Newspaper of Evening Star, May 10, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 10, 1855 Page 3
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EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. yf, Kxcursid* axd Jorous Mat Festival ?The respected pastor* and congregation of St. Matthew'a We, ever ?nce the erection of that handsome edifice, been famous for getting np their public die ? i * l5n.t'le mo#t K'l^ring and attractive ? yie. That of Monday?the excursion and J fwtival of the Sunday-school children? ^ucceesfully rivalled any of those which pre ceded it. The day was bright, beautiful, and charming-just such an one as Erin's sweetest poet describes, when ^?Ttse *inw of the sunshine, the bain of the sir -tea) into our hearts, and mat* al' -ammer there.* The procession from the church to the "TS oomprised upwards of four hundred children of both "x" ******lV,ltMd attire, over horn floated the beautiful banner of the school and two brilliant American flags. One of the ^teemed pastors, (Rev James B Done lan.) and all the teachers (numbering twenty males and twenty-five females) aocompanied the innocent and joyous party. On reaching the wharf, they were joined by many others, among whom were some of tbe parents of the hippy children At about 0 o cloek, the boat gra.-efully swung from her moorings, bearing between five and six hundred of the rising generation?their little hearts, like the tiny waves that played around the steamer, leap ing up in pride and exultation, and bdght an ticipations of joy and pleasure filling their youthful mind9 These anticipations, we are glad to be able to state, were fully realised in all the incidents of the trip. Joy brightened every countenance?pleasure gladdened every heart?beaming smiles blended with the glow ing sunshine, and the merry laugh mingled with the gentle music of the wave ' On reaohing the White House the cempacy proceeded to the ball room and witnessed the beautiful and interesting ceremony of crown ing the May Queen. Miss Frances Marion Joyce, a sweet little innocent about eight J ears of age, was crowned as Queen?her [aids of Donor being four pretty little chil dren, named respectively Misses Julia Bridget, Marion Parker, Virginia Cassell, and Anna Moc. The Queen was addressed by Master John Francis Seits. who made a very ceat and appropriate speech, closing with the hope that she would preside over willing hearts with as much joy as her coronation afforded her young subjects; to which her youthful Majesty res ponded, in tones of angelic sweetness, tender, ing her warmest thanks, accepting their feal ty, and aesurirg them of her kind patronage Master John Gray then addressed the company in an eloquent manner, tendering thanks to the pastor, teachers, and congregation for their exertions in the cause of Chriaian edu cation. and for their constant remembrance that little children are the favorites of Hea ven?cloaing with a beautiful tribute to the Blessed Virgin, to whom the month of May had been ao appropriately dedicated. After these interesting ceremonies, music resounded from the orchestra, and many of the little ones were flitting like sunbeams through the mates of the dance, while others rubied through the woods, cnlling sweet flowers, or roamed along the fishing shore, or proved themselves true disciples of old Ike Walton by angling for the finny tribe. Some of the party went to Mount Vernon, and spent the day pleasantly amid its sacred shades, returning to the White House in time to rejnn their frienui At 5 o'clock the com pany departed for home, reaching tbe Wash ington wharf about sun?e'-~not a single un toward event having occurred to mar the plea sures cf a day, tbe recollections of which will linger among the most delightful memories of all who were so fortunate as to share in its enjoyments. The Frasklis's Approaching Great Ball. All the Washington military and fire depart ment world, numbering perhaps two thousand ac ive and ambitious young men, and quite as many young 1. dies. their wives, sisters, and eompani ns are agng with preparations for the great ball of the veteran Fr-inklin Fire Coi^piny. to come off on Tuesday evening next, the 15thinstant. at the National Theatre. All the beautitul embellishments and capital floor arrangements placed in the theatre for the recent May Festival of Professor Munder will remain there for this occasion, and every* thing that the company can do, by way of In creasing the brilliscey cf tbe magnificent room, will surely be done. A splendid full cetillon band has been engaged, and other ar rangements have been made to insure a de lightful evening to the two or thro; thousand persons who cau be verv comfortably accom modated at this delightful ball. The proceeds of the entertainment are to be added to the fund for the erection and fitting up of the Franklin s new engine-house, library, reading room, armory, Ao. Ac It is, therefore, a noble occasion, deserving tbe sympathy of all who have our city's well-being at heart. The Great La.m> Sale ?'Our readers with money in their pockets, ehoul t not forget Mr. C. W. Boteler's great land sale, at Iron Hall to commence at 12 m , to-morrow. From the catalogue we j'idge that he will offer to the highest bidder abont two bundrei and fiity let* of land, iof different siiss,) situated in different parts of the city, containing an ag gregate of some ono and a half mi llions square feet, and worth, perhaps, 1225 000. It will be perceived frum these facts that the importance of this sale is unprecedented in the fct-tory of transactions in Washington real estate. As much cf this property must positively be sold to meet obligations, we presume the attend ance will be large. We advise all who have money to invest in real estate, to be sure to bo on hand The Ball A5D Festival To-xight, at the National Theatro, will, we doubt not, be as brilliant an affdir as its predecessor, a few nights since. la ccnseqLence cf the rain oj tne tormer occasion, many persons were pre- , vested from attending. The programme, as J heretofore observed, will to night be repented in all respects. Protestor Munder is certainly a man of enterprise, and has made a decided ) ^ j il4viD8' by his liberality and taste, af lorded unbounded satisfaction to the k atrons * such delightful entertainments. Asothse Coscert of Classic Mcsic ?We are happy to inform our readers that arrange *r? about being made to furnish the public with another opportunity of hearing the expositions of Beethoven, Mendelssohn, . " hen. where and who are to be the ar tists, we shall be able to inform the community in the course tf a few days. Such treats are e*naialy very aoesptable, and of course every cne musical will eagerly await the evening of nca a c?noert. Will ?This interesting, and truly be a8'in ?P*n to-night, nt Jdd Fellows' Hall. Saturday afternoon is set apart fwr the accommodation of familes and schools, or any that are unable to attend * ths evening exhibition The diorama closes on baturday mgnt, and should oe visited by all ere it is too late. Go and take the little ones ? Teeder -We perceived, -?KaUroad Station, yesterday, another tender, from the oelebrated establishment of Smi'h <4 Perkins, of Alexaa nJ ?J *r# int?n<i?d for a Pennsylvania Otn railroad. Tnis enterprising firm ave heretofore furnished quite a large dud tVL!4n<1 for railroads in se 5 ?tes They are deserving of more en couragement nearer home than they now re ?iJk. duS,BV,d Cumflimext?On Tuesday hrfLl band, while returning a r lh# to Hon. Henry J-rl V .D?er^ awhil# in front of r?s( detce of Lieut. Frank Keilly, and played ? r d#li?hlf?l ?i?- The gallant and hospitable lieutenant threw open his knight hour, refreshed his "*??. and sent them rejoicing on thoir way Ksow Noraiao Cm Nokikatioss ?Some time since the councils of this city nominated, fwr u?liec or, John M McCalla, and forltegis it? Tw?*?. 1>ca?!a*? On Monday iast they alio nominated H Finly Hunt den tist) for City Surveyor Mr jTf. Polk was the competitor of ih Hunt for this last noml OllUQ l-I8* THE iWFlNE 0 yettST ay svening at the Capitol Grounds, we*, as e aparei fonntI ^,^*1 entertain ITS; MUSICAL CORVllCTtOR AWD GbAKD CoiTCKKt. The Ma tidal Contention, now in session at I the Smithsonian Institution, ?u attended last evenlfig by a late* and Interested eudfeWe The exercises, under the ditiction ot Profes ?or I. B. Woodbury, were of a varied aad highly pteasiug character, and the singing truly grand. The Convention will give a Granl Con cert to morrow evening in the leetnre room of the Smithsonian, with orchestral aooompani- | ment by th*. Marine Band. The pregramme is made ap of musie adapted to the tastes of all classes, and probably will be one of the most attractive concerts ever given in this city. The tickets hare been placed at twenty five cents, thus affording no exense on the score of th? cost for the absence of any cf our eitiiens. The whole will be under the imme diate direction of Professor Woodbury, whose reputation is a sufficient guarantee that suo -? must crown their effort*. thJ fifX wi* iV "?1* oiMsens of ??JPS\u i 7er* ;,ann^ on Tuesday night by the cry of murder, tt roved many from their sleep and brought them to the streets to assist in arresting the villain or vil WaVd oharact#r of the Ward by shedding blood By seeking for tbe ni i !r^ th?6y fonnd 14 WM oauaed by an old and eccentric couple named Sey. mour, who are much troubled by the mischief nninmwngf ?D?' la ttal neighborhood A 2nJ WM thrown iQt0 ^eir house, and the old pair supposed it to be a warning to prepare for death The cry of murder was to bring the police to the rescue. They were covered tormentorB wer# not dis Facxal KLOHQATIOH.-On three days of the wee*, many long faces may bo seen in the Centre Market. A dollar will not purohase as much now, by one-third, as the same amount of money would three or four years ago No occasion for large baskets, and no pleasure whatever in making purchases The prospect for a reduction in prices is indeed gloomy. The starving point seems to be approaching. Short Measures?The police have seised upon a number of measures in the market be cause they were too small. They were taken demneHe?her ?f ^ ?nd meMare* who COn T mornjng the owners were ?Ie,fUBt,ceMom11' who fin?d each one three dollars and costs. Many, no ?? ? *V? ?,ffe?.?e(1 'gnorantly; but ignorance is no excuse in these oases. Malicious Mischief ?Last night some ma licious persons again attacked the boarding home of Mrs. Reed, on Capitol Hill, while the M,eep , The7 riddI#d ,h? win dows with stone, and struok one of the in mates, a gentleman, on the back with a half bnck. We hope the officers will be able to tice?Ver offenders and bring them to jus Naturalization ?Since the 27th of March last, nine persons of foreign birth have been admitted, in the Circuit Court, to the privil ?**of American citizenship. This fact is of itself sufficient to contradict the rumor that hundreds have recently been naturalised. j.f ?,7 .~About noon to-day an infant child ef Mr John P. Coombs accident ly npset a kettle of hot tea, which was plaoed on the stove; the contents of which were poured upon the poor ohild's face and neck scalding it very badly. The accident may prove fatal. 7 Mysterious.?A lot of good clothing was found, yesterday, in the garden of Mr. Saott, on Massachusetts avenue, near Second street Uow it came there is a mystery to the family 7f ?n!Vefml *iece?.are marked with the name cf "Charles Daes.'7 Noki*atio*s-We learn that tbe Know Nothings of the Second Ward have made the following nominations for City Councils: Al derman, B. W. Reed; Common Council. J P Dickinson, C. J. Canfield, and Geo H Plant! Pr?se5t Cool Spell or Weather has chilled the tender fruit blossoms and buds and, unless the weather should soon become *e bUghte 1? prc8pec' a^undant crops any The Cestre Market -The outside has just been whitewashed; but the coating of lime be it remarked, was not bestowed before it was needed. The James Gates that appears in the watch returns of our issue of the 9th instant for ?k iriHr(Ll^ir I1*' not jamo? a Gates, cf the Fifth Ward, recently of the Sixth. ? Mr C. H Alster has been appointed a county constable by the Circuit Ccurt. Watch KIturhs.? Jacob Schafer, vagrant dismissed. L. Komuel. do ; do. H. Echardt' drunk and disorderly; do. Margaret A. Brown,' colored, disorderly; work house 30 dajs. GEORGETOWN CORRESPONDENCE. G*0RaET0Wn, May 10,1855. ^ eaterday morning about 7 o'clock, as Mr George Craig was on his way to Washington, and when near the Georgetown Sohool House. W88 stated by a bundle of cot ? on clothing on fire, which fell from a broken pane in one <f the upper windows of a small -rame tenement. Supposing something to be wrong iDside, he forced the door open, which was locked, and went in. Upon going up stairs he found the window curtains, bed and portions of the bedding on fire, and an infant child sound asleep upon the bed. Mr Craig made no alarm, but went coolly to work, an! in a .ew minutes succeeded in extinguishing the fire and saving the life of the infant upon the bed, and another small one which was in the house at the time, both of whom would soon have been suffocated by the smoke It appears that the mother of the children, a colored woman, had gone out, leaving the ?hi!dren locked up in the house, which was certainly very wrong; and while she was gone, the eldest, about three years old. had got hold ot a box of matches, and set fire to the place, wnich mu=t have done considerable mischief had not Mr C. fortunately discovered it at the time he did. The ladies of the Methodic Church of our city are making extensive preparations for a grand Fair, whush is to be held in Forrest Hall, to commence on or about the 28th inst From the well known public spirit and perse-' tering character of those who have the man agement, it will, doubtless, be one of the best conducted and attractive affairs of the kind which ever oame off in our city. ITie proceeds are to be applied to the Methodist Church on Dumbarton street and west Georgetown Mis sion. . In our notice of sale of property in yester aay's Star, it should have been $3,900 at which $2*JtK>ri0k UTern WM withdrawn, instead of Our people generally will, doubtless, be pleased to learn that the proprietor of the Diorama of the Battle of Bunker Hill, which has been on exhibition several weeks in Wash ington, and which has so much delighted all who have patronized it, intends exhibiting it in Georgetown before leaving the District. No change in the markets sinoe our report of yesterday. Flour eontinues active and in demand. Spectator. ALEXANDRIA CORRESPONDENCE. Council Proceedings ? Nomination* jVei# Baggage Cur?Court?Meeting, tyc. Alexandria, May 10, 1855. The City Councils met on Tuesday night ihe upper Board was engaged in discussing the revenue bill. In the lower Board, the real estate oommittee were direoted to have repairs done to the Friendship engine-bouse; a copy of the laws of the city ef Washington were re ceived through Mr. McKensie; a communica tion from the Surveyor relative to the constrnc tion of oertaia tunnels and drains was referred to committee on grades; application of L. M. MeCormick was referred to oommittee en gen eral laws; the committee on general laws were instructed to prepare a bill directing the sale of coal by weight and erecting pablio coal scales, likewise to inquire into the expediency of prohibiting any person oonvioted of a mis demeanor from running with fire apparatus; 7-^ c^ccft city ooupon bonds into regis tared bonds, to provido for the pnnotnal pay ment of interest en city debt and ralsirg thy salary of City Treasurer to $800 were passed in j-dnt meeting the election of Treasurer was postponed James Maakins was elected Inspector of b?ef and pork?Mankina Id, Ball 4; (Ihew bat not been a barrel of beef or pork inspected in Alexandria for years;) and the f-llowiBg gentlemen unanimoulj chosen Fire Wardens: Sun?Richard Fraiier, W H Tats naogh; Friendship?John Bonti. Joseph Wil lisms; Relief?T W. Green. 8 H.DeVanghn; Star?John Leadbeater, R fl. Stabler. Conn Oils then adjourned?the Aldermen to meet on Friday night. A oard in the Gasette of this morning calls upon th# "American" party to rally to the support of the regular candidate, Mr. T II. Reid; whilst other cards call npon L MoKen tie to take the field as an independent candi date. The oourt--which since the first day has been engaged in granting naturalisation pa pers?adjourned yesterday. Last night the Democracy assembled en nuuM at Liberty Hall, filling to its entire ex tent its spacious spacious saloon. G. L Gor don addressed the meeting earnestly and elo quently on behalf of the Democratic oause, and was followed by D. Fnnstien, who, in a very telling speech, kept the house in fine spirits At the conclusion of his remarks, 8 8. Gover responded to a call from the meet ing. and, although it was late, entertained the aodience for an hoar with a brilliant speech Few persons left during the coarse of bis re marks. We notice that Messrs Latham ? Cook have put a superb new baggage oar on the route between the Orango and Alexandria railroad depot and Washington city. The fishing season is almost over, and sales are made at about the rates mentioned in our ___ Ami. A C*ktenariak ?Mrs. Betsy Leonard, widow of the late Capt. John Leonard, of this town, Was one hundred years old on the 27th of April last. She intends to visit some friends in Boston next week. Passengers under one year go free; we should think those over 100 should be equally entitled to go as dead heads. Capt. Leonard, her husband, was one of the "minute men," and fought at Bunker Hill, and married this ancient lady in 1775.?Kent (iV. H) Sen. FxmaLb Prbjknck of Mind.?At a very crowded theatrioal exhibition in Paris lately, a velvet curtain of the dress cirole took fire, when a lady, ooonpying that bex, irstantly tore down the curtain, and rolling it up tight 1y, extinguished the fire, amidst the applause of the lately terrified audienoe. A Duxl in tub Dark ?A late California paper mentions a duel which was fought be tween a Yankee and an Englishman in a dark r^om. The fankee not wishing to hare blood on his hands, fired his pistol up the chimney, and, to his horror, down came the English man rWA few evenings since, as a train on the Miohigan railroad was running at height of speed on the open prairie, a few mile3 from La porte station, some Bcoundrel fired a rifle bul let whioh passed through a window of the ee cord car, shattering the glass, and passing near the head of a l*dy, and between the heads of two other passengers, lodging in the side ol the car, without doing other damage The escape was as remarkable as the deed wis atr >cious ?(J/evfand (Ohio) Plaiiultal'r, T7" premiums at tub fairs.?whitkhtrsts still tn the ascen lance.?The Juries of each or the i*U ?In at Bilti.nare, Richmond, and Now York awarded their ni*nset promlnmi to J. H. W. for their superiority of Pho tograpba, Stereoscope* an<l Daguerreotype* exhibited. Mr. W. also received two Medals at the World's Fair, Lon don and a premium at Crystal Palace, New York. Also, the first awards of the Maryland Institute for three years past. Whltehnrst's Gallery In this city la on Pa. arena#, betw. and Cth streets. fob 17 PHENOMENA IN MRDICINK.?Rronchltts, Cough, Dyspepsia. Liver Complaints, Scrofula. Ac.?For all diseases of the Female System It stands preeminent. A Glenryinan Jnst Informs u* it has rnrM him of Bronchitis of a despe-ate ch tranter?particulars hereafter HAMPTON S VKOKTABI.K TINCTL R.K?By Its mild ac tion on the stotnach, liver and kiuneys, will care Dyspep sia, Cough, Asthma, Bronchial and Lang Affections Pains In tin Back, Side and Brea-t, Consnmption, Scrofula^ Rheo matism, Gout, Neuralgia, Fistula, Bowel Complaints, Piles Worm*, and Nervous Debilities?with all diseases arisinr from Impure blood, and is the greatest female medicine ev er known. This invaluable medicine Is working wonders npon the homan frame H?advertisement to Jay. mar 7 [V"y=?Z D. OILMAN, Druggist, has removed to 6S8 Seventh strwet, opposite to the Patriotic Bank, and is uow pre pared to nil all orders for Medicines, Painu, Oils, and Glass on accoirmoda-.tng termj. Strict attention will be paid to pliyslclan'a prescriptions at all honrs of the day and night. The night bell is on the right of the store door. ap 14?1m rr-7?DB. BOOFLAND'S CKLKBRATED GERMAN BIT US TK2&. There are few things which afford ns greater pleasure than sitting dowa to wrlti a notice of the celebrated Hoof land G?rcaan Bitters, because we are fully conscious we are oonferrlr.g a public benefit, and our heart tells ns that by onr notices many have been Induced to take tiiese Bitters, feud beeu reacned from ueath by uyspepsia, liver C>mpiaiut, Ac., for the enre of which it Is certain It la prepared and ?old only by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, at the German Medicine Store, No. 120 Arch street, Philadelphia. See a lvertlsemyit. mar 1?Jm r>T=*A SECRET FOR THE LADIES-HOW TO PRESERVE Beanty.?Don't MB Chalk, Lily White, ?>r any of the BO-called cosmetics, to Conceal a fnded or saliow complexion. If you would have the rose* brought back to yonr cheek, n clear, healthy and transparent skin, and life and vigor in fused through the system, get a bottle of Orter's Spanish Mixture, and take It according to direction*. It doe* not taste qa'te as well as sweetmeats ; but, if a?ter a few doses you do not find yonr health and beauty reviving, your step elastic and vigorous, ami the whole system refreshed and Invigorated like a Spring morning, then your case is hope iess, and all the valuable certificates we possesa, go for naiuht. It Is the freateet purifier of the Mood known, 1? perfectly harmless, and at the anue time powerfully effica cious. advertisement. nrj*NOAH WALKER k CO., Marble Ball Clothing Empo rlum, under Browns' Hotel, re*pe<'trully announce that their display of Spring and uummer Clothing is uow ready for inspection, comprising au assortment of Coats, Vesle and Pantaloons of the newest and richest design* In material, trimming and workmanship. To gentlemen who I study excvileuce with economy in fashionable articles of dress an opportunity for selecting is offered from one of the largest and most attractive stock of good* ever offered in this city at a very reduced scale of prises. ap 17 WJ?i SBILI.IK41TOV receives all the new Book* and News rspera as f?*t as published. He is agent for Harper's andall the other Magazines, and ?cr reader* will alway* ^lnd a '\rge and good assortment of Blank Books and Stationery at his Bookstore, 0>"?K.n Baliding, cor Pa. avenae and 4% at. USK'J. Oa the 6th ic*tant, after a long and painful HI-' n?ss, which he bore with the patience and fortitude of a true christian, WILLIAM VV. S. KEKR; aged 28 years. Wants. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A RESPECTA ! ble white woman, to come well rccommend ed, to do general housework Apply at 15 7 F st. west, near 18th. may 10 -2t* ANTtD.?TWO HANDS, white or black. and a man and his w ife, by ;he year, to work on a (arm near the District. Also, would hire or p-irehase a second hand Canal Boat. Call between 9 end 3 o'clock, daily, at the office of LLOYD k CO, opposite the Treasury, may 8?tf 15th street. ANTED?A SUl'ERlOR YOUNG FRESH Cow, with or without her calf, lor which a fair price will be given. Address Box 2c<y, City I'o?t office. . may 8?3t ANTED ?A PARTNER TO~ WORK A Stone Quarry and contract for sale of Stone to Government and others, there being now great de mand for stone. This Quarry is immediately oppo site Georgetown. Large shanty, blacksmith shop, and every implement on the spot. T1 in quarry fur nishes the best and largest truck Stone, &c. A chance u now offered. Call or write to LLOYD & CO, Fifteenth street, oppo. the Treasury. may 3?tf ANTED? EVERYBODY TO KNOW THAT they can get a lot 24 feet front by 130 feet deep, for the low price of $75?payable -S3 a month without interest. Apply at the Union Land Office, 7th st., abov? Odd Fellows' Hall. ap 28?3m JOHN FOX, Sec. WANTED?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 if sjntto this office. ap tf Boarding. Boarding.?three or four persons, or a small family, can be accommodated during the recess of Tongress, at No 655 New Jersey avenue, west side, near the Capitol, may 8?3t* BOARDING.?One fine large front room, with an adjoining chamber, handsomely furnished, suitable for a family or several young tuen. Also, Chambers larger than are generally appropriated to single gentlemen, with board, on reasonable terms The situation is high and healthy, and in the imme diate neirhborhood of the Patent Office, Post Office, and Iudian Bur au. Transient and table boarders can be also accommodated by application to No. 3 Union Row, F street, between 6th and 7th sts. may 7?1 w* IVOT1C JC-f?For klnt?parlors and I* Cham hero, with board. Also, table and tran sient board, Willi a bathing room an I Uiower buths and every attention to render it most agreeable to her boanler*. Mrs. P. G. MURRAY, Comer Pennsylvania avenue and 4% st. ap 23?3ni BOARD* -MRS. BATLtf,on iue south we?t corner of Pa. avenue and 9tn street is pre pared to accommodate per.tlemen with rooms, with or without board. Every effort will be mnde to ren der ihtrte lumioiU ble who may Iuviht her with their pauouafe. . ap tt?U For Bale and Kent B F FOB REBfT?A COMFORTABLE TWO 9TO ry House on ?th street, tat ween M and N sts. P>mMn given immediately. -Apply to the sub scnbers, at their Lumher Yard, comer of 9*ih and 0 atretic U. N. fc J. W. EASDY. ~ may .. itllCK. DWHLL1NG FOR SALE?WITH > ample grounds attached, (Lota N?. 31,89 and . 23, in Square 3*9, 10,000 feet of groand,) containing | six rooms, kitchen, dry cellar, pump of excellent water in the yard, viable*, lie , situated on F and 10th streets south, (Island.) There being sufficient grounds, all of which ar^imprnved by fine frwit and sha^e trees, the Dwelling will be sold separately, or . with the ad]oing lots. For further particulars in- ! quire of CHAS. 8. WALLACH, Attorney at Law, Louisiana avenue, may 9 [Intel] ijrioR SALE-*A FLOURISHING DRUG STORE JC with a complete assorted stock of best drugs,, Sc., in one of the best locations in Waslrngton, 1). C. The present owner being on the p**int of leav ing will sell at a very reasonable price. Any one who has a thorough knowledge of the bu?ine?s and the necessary qualifications of the business will find it a rare chance. Address "H 8," Box 106, Wash ington city may 9?lw? iOR RENT?THE SMALL FRAME two-story _ House, No. *T9 Thirteenth street, west side, two doors south of Pa. avenue. It is neat and com fo<table. Possession given immediately. Apply at tie Par Office. may 8-tf FOR SALE?THECOUNTF.R AND FIXTURES of my store They arc suitable for most any business, and will bo sold a ba-gain. Persons wish ing them will please call soov and examine the.n at my store, Penna avenue, near Third street, nnrth fide. FREDRICK RUPP. in .y 8 -3t For sale-several eligibly loca ted and conveniently constructed frame Houses can be bought cheap and on pleasing terms, on ap plying, by letter or in person, to WM R WOODWARD, may 7?lw* No. 810 Sixth street wen. FOU RENT? A NEW THREE STORY FRAME House, with brick basement, containing nine rooms, with pump of excellent water in the yard, situated on 22d street, First Ward, near intersection of K street with Pa. avenue. To a good tenant the terms will be moderate. Apply on the premises, oi to R. A. WATERS, at his Printing Office, D, b* iw. 9th and 10th sts. may 5-lw* FOR RENT.?Two handsomely furnished Houses, containing 15 rooms in one, and 9 in the othi r, in a desirable location fronting on public square, one square from Lafayette Square, on H, corner of 11 and Eighteenth streets, with bath rooms, &c., will be tented on reasonable terms to good tenants. ap 13?lm* FOR RENT OR SALE ON R E A S O N A r? L E Terms.?A three story Frame, with basement, on New York avenue, between Fourth and Fifth streets west Also, a ihree story Frame, with back building, on 1 street north, between Fourth and Fifth sts. west Apply to James W. Barker, residence on II street north, between 12th and 13th streets west. DICKSON 8i KING, ap 5?Thif Geor^etowir. FOR REN T-FIVE NEW THREE STORY brick Dwelling House* on 9th rtreet west, be tween D and K streets south, opposite to the Gtace | Church, finished in good style, anil containing sa loon parlors, six chambers, dining room an-i ki'chen each, with stable and ample yardd. and will be ready for occupat'on by the 15th June. To punctu al and careful tenanu the rent will be very low. Apply to CHAS. S. WALLACH, Opposite the West Wing of City Hall, ap 25?eo4w BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.?A VARIETY I of Building Lots in the vicinity of the City IUII. Also, in all other parts of the city, on accommodat ing terms. Enquire at Mrs. ADAMS' Boat ding | House, opposite to Browns' Hotel, to be seen from ? to 9 a m, or 3 to 4 p m. Also, an address through the Post Office will reteive attention. mar5? e<>2m DAVID MYERLE. 17OR RENT?THREE NEWLY FINISHED) ^ Brick Houses, containing nine rooms, kitchen and cellar each. They are handsomely finished with centre pieces, marble mantels, and contains numerous clouts and other conveniences. Rent $21 per month. For further particulate enqune of MRS MORRISON, corner of K and 14th st?. may 5?eolw* I70B RENT.?FOUR NEW AND CONVENI . ent Brick Houses, brown mastick fronts, con taining parlors with marble mantels, dining room, kitchen, servant's room, and five chambers each, and situate l on Thirteenth street, Island, near the public grounds, convenient to Pa. avenue and the Departments. Rent very moderate. Apply at R.! H. CLARKE'S office, coiner of Sixth street aid Louisiana avenue, or at D. B. CLARKE'S Drug] Store, Eleventh street, Island- mar 6?eotl VALUABLE TRACTS <>F LAND NEAfc the City, at Private Sale.?For sale, four very de pirable and eligibly situated tracts of Land, contain ing about fitly acres each, partly in Montgomery county, but principally in Washington county, 1?C. opposite the farm of Joseph II Bradley, Esq., a! out miles from Wa?hmgton, communicating ?i'h it by a new and commodious road now under con struction The soil is excellent, and well adapted to corn and wheat The situation is prominent an.l | healthy, and the land well watered. There arc three tenements on the premises. This property is peculiarly suited to gentlemen having business in the city for beautiful country res idences. _ r A plat of the property can be seen at tr.o office of the subscriber. John Parker, Esq., living adjoining, will show the property to any who may wish to see it. 1 ' EDW. SWANN. No. 136 Louisiana avenue, near City Hall, ap 20 - eo2rn F~~OR RENT?THE STORE HOUSE NOW OC rupied by Barnes Mitchell, on Pa. avenue, between (5th and 9th streets. Possession given on 15th May next, on which time the present lease ex pires. Apply to JAMES DIXON, Esq., oi this city, or the subscriber, "Cottage." M-ntgomerv county, Md. THOS. CONNELLY, ap 23?tf OR RENT?SEVERAL HANDSOME PAR lors and Chambers, with board. Also, Table and transient board. Inqui.e at Mrs. | SMITH'S, 333 F street- ap9 HOMES FOR ALL.?Beautifully and healthily located Building Lots, 24 feet front by 130 feet deep, on graded streets, can, until spring, be bought at the exceeding low price of $75, payable $3 per month. Title indisputable. Union Land Office, 7th St., above Odd Fellows' Hall. Jan 9?6m JOHN FOX. Secretary. Rents reduced to suit the times. 5150 a year will be received for the rent ol those new and convenient cottages at Kendall Green, with two acres of ground, stable, wood shed and other conveniences attached. Pumps ol pure water are near the door, and commuiucat on is had with Georgetown by way of H and Seventh streets and Penn. Avenue, morning and afternoon, at the usual fare, for the accommodation of clerks in the departments. To secure the advantage of this prcat reduction of rent immediate application mu *t oc made to the undesigned, either by letter, or at his house at Kendall Green, after office hours, where the keys may be. had and tho houses inspected at any time. Several of these residences will be sold on liberal terms. WM. STICKNEY, No. 4, Kendall Green. N. B.?Rent? paid quarterly in advance. apr 9, 1855?U Clocks, watches andjewelry.| Opened this day, forty different styles ol C oek? Good Clocks $1 25. Fine Gold Watches, $22; warranted. Jewelry cheaper ihan ever. Call and see for yourselves at J. ROBINSON'S. No. 349 opposite Browns' Hotel, may 1?dim BONNETS, FLATS AND RIBBONS WE have now on hand a very large and general | assortment of Ladies' and Misses' BONNETS. Children's FLATS, Boys' aad Men's HATS. Also, a handsome assortment of Bonnet and Cap Ribbons, Flowers, Wreaths, Tarltons, Mar celline Florances, Ruahas, &c., to be sold at our | usually low prices. W. EGAN SON, 393 *. aide Pa. avenue, near 7th street, ap 30?2w J. B THOMPfOW, MERCHANT TAILOR, Has removed to his old stand, Moffit's Building, 4X 61/eet. onedoornorth of BhUlington's Bookstore, where he would be pleased to serve his,frieiids and ihe public. may 3 -w SUMMER BONNETS. MRS. BEHRENDS,from Baltimore,j J will ojiea on Thursday, the 10th in stant, a splendid assortment of SUM-1 'MER BONNETS, to which she calls the attention of the ladies, at her store. 3T9 Pa- arenue, bet. 4% and 6th sis. may 8?3t* _ PROSPERI'S CORNET BAND NO. 1. MR. FREDERICK PRQiJfERI begs leave to in form his friends and former patrons that this band has been fully re. organized and is now under his direction, and he is fully prepared with a Wand ol the ouwl Scientific Musicians in the citv, to fUr nish mueic for Balls, Parties, Parades, Pie Nice, Ex cursions, fcc.. at the shortest notice cwiWe, by a^ Diving to FREDERICK PROSPERI,Lc*drr.CHAS. PROSPERL Conductor^ HILBUS 3i liJTZ'S Mu sic D? uot, or at PETER TALTAVUL'S, opposite the (.arribOii, Cuxruon street, Navy Yard, leb VJ-aui* Auction Bales. By J. O. lleQl'iHE, Amotion,., B May llth] t Te^n*' m.v ift_ JAMES C. McQUIRE, X. Allfrtmi?*r n* ?*? C McGDIRIC, A*etlo?Mr. " Valuable building lot on Poor ^nth . street at Public Aucuon.^On MONDAY after noon, May 15th, at 5 o'clock, on the prfmifei I shall Ml! part of Lot No 5, in square No. 9t7, hav ing a front of fen leet on Fourtecnih rreet west, between north C and D streets^unning back seventy five feer, with an ontlei of three feet in the reir to l> street. Title perfecI. The lot Is situated in a rapidly improving pirt .of | the city, wiihln a short distance of the avtmie, ana is very desirable as a building lot. ?ne lhird cash; residue in six and twelve - n?tea ???*? ??y deed of trust and bear may !0?d JAME8 C McGUIRE, ??L Auctioneer. By QRREN * SCOTT. AlcU???ra. 'T' .AS AT AUCTION*?Wc have just received m on SATTWiiv' a"d W" M" at 10 <>'<*>ck, a. Ourpo.J,, l?p,n,i, Y.iun, ,?j each.' r '13 var)'"'ff from 6 to 18 lbs. .*Jssfi5?.,syss Tntti Samples can be had at any time previous to the may lO-Id **' GREEN & SCOTT, ? Auctioneers. By JAS. C. McUDIBK, Auctlo^TT rj?FRPmAvTroN 8TO,;K AT AUCTION -ON .i^ a , o afternoon, May llth, at 5 o'clock at ? r?'^U?* R>?m(,< 1 <h*1' *H Crtf^,rr"on of Washington Stock ?r?m . 2 , Georgetown do I erms ca?h, io current funds. Ma c. m giiibe, ? Auctioneer. **? ?<OtIRKi Auctton*;r. CL08ING0I7T SALE OF HALL 8t BROTH Vav 14?h ?'** Cood* -On MONDAY bio- - ?aj 14fh, eommenein? at 10 o'clock on t, ll I'a" * on Seventh street, JLj, 1 8r" a 1U!?n'>'y if Goods, left on hand bv la lure of purrhs-ers to comply with the term. af\ Dnsi'n*?)Hnt,n, va*ue to aboMt *>,0C0, and com j^ess Silks of various patterns wsiite Crape. Cashmere, and Bay State Shawls miw/'w M""!u^' Bere*"e' I'dainrs, Ho-iery, Mantillas Curtain Muslins, Shirtings Casnineres, Vesting*, Cloihs ?,"i '"p"? c'm" The above will b^ uo!d in lots to suit. """ """ "a"> ? tiliigISiS! ^ OOU! "1"f,cl0;i,? may 9?<1 MS. C. McfiUIRE, ? Auctioneer. ?'?JEKIS * SCOTT, Auctloxcir* V^; ARLE BUILDING LOT ON CAi'ITOL ? Hill at Auction.?On TUESDAY. (h?- loir m ovwiT6 " *'"? frnnt premises, at 5 No 748 P^lir W*'fl hH,f ?f Lot No" ** ?' * . ' a fr?nt on nonh A street 23 fe# t 11U ?ncher, run ,ng back to a thirty feet al ey 127 fe3 ar"1 S*c'nd c.l" ??Mhc SS '?? T? rms: Onc-th>rd cash ; the balance in 6 and 12 the^aSe. notes bearing interest from the day of A deed ijiven and a deed of truM taken mav 9-d CREEN & SCOTT, Auc;toneers Cy J.C. McOUIKu:. Aactios??rT~ YAp'Jb1"L,L\Y?^.RLi Al tv'":k p 1 "'a;| " 1 . "? ff .nl of p-'mi?,.. the lar?e, MiManti-.l, w, ||-Luiit and conin aa 'ric P'oprriy, at the southwegt coriicr ol 6tii and E ?'u was ^ h0V ! P"r,l"^- ?>d for whkh it r.finally de>-it;iie<i ami ls uow occupied, it has it superior in point of position in the city. The building is three-stories, with a fine bise ment, vaults under the eidewalk, granite foundi "( , ?IJ llo.w complete repair, and luld under a ^.o,t |ej?; by the present occupant. IP sale: ?Iie f-'Ufih cii>h; balance in 6, 12 ih.' h,1'. ~ . m"nt,,s? ,rtr notPf! bearing ipt?re?t from pr'ipeity. ' b* a d,t:d on ,he Conveyancing at cost of purchaser. ma,7-d JAS. C. McGUIRE, ? Auriioncer. By J C. fltcGL'IRE. Auctioneer. rj^RUSTEE'3 SALE OF IIOUrrE AND LOT Mav4tLr 1,;\ 'V lvd?(0,1 FR'?AY afternoon L y " cl0( k> ?? the premises, die sulwcri Sk.i m ',oLV'~'ur of a decd trust, oated tJ.e ? N ?a4u i- ?nio'<lJ,,ly rccord, d in Lib-r J A. t\,r \v i 1 , ' nn,: ol U,e ljl,J record* rur Washington county, Lot No. 1 in Sn?ar<- <r*i ea":iun<nlr',,e ^"'V " G ?s>:r,'K snu!l' *nJ ^"st." ea. , undfr a ground rent ol *20 p. r annum lor H.e Pi wtthlhT11"1 >?ar<' ,r?m BeiK-niberltkliJ KCi.with th. improvements, consistinsof a two BiO.y I rami; Dwelling with back building. i cruig at K.iJe. ? J NO \V. Mi KI '*f, }TM. ,eeB RICH II. CL\RKE, S JAMES C. McGITIRE, mar 21?law&d.-i Auctioneer. ?<ir The above iia'e Is postponed an t:l FRIDAY afternoon, Mnv IS, same hour. JNO W. McKIM, tTfu .crg RICH. II. CLARKE,) IfU-',r8 JAS. C. McGUIRE, ,may4--d Auctioueer. fcy C. XV. BOIELER, Auctioneer. ri'RIISTEE'S SALE OF TWO small FRAME 1 Houses on tli?; Island?On MONDAY, the 28th of May, itiftant, by virtue of a deed of tru>t beanug dai?* the 17 h <>! N<jv?-inber, 1854,and record ed in Liber iiJ A S," No. f7, lolios 319, 320, &.C., one of ihc land records of Washington county, Dis trict of Columbia, the subscriber will sell, at public auction, in fr?nt of th* premised, Part of Lot 12, in Square No. 585, on w hich are erected two small frame houses, fronting on Souih F street. Terms of sale: Onc-fcnrth in hand, and the re mainder in 2. 4 and C months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust. All conveyancing at cost of purchaser. Either or both ol the Houses can be had at private sale by application to B. P. Smith, Esq , at the City Hall. JAS C. MAUPIN, Trustee. C. W. BOTELER, may 1?eo Auctioneer. By J. C.;?iQU)BK, Auctioneer. "TTALU BLE IMPROVED PROPERTY AT \ Public Sale?On FRIDAY afternoon, June 1, at 5}^ o'clock, on the premises, I sbail sell, by or der of the Orphans' Court, that valuable piece of property t-imated at the corner of 10th and E street, ami generally known as the Medical College. The loifrouU 61 feet 1 inch on E street by 58 feet on 10th street, containing 3,543 square feet. The building consists of a substantial an* well bniit three-story brick Building, which is admirably adapted for a warehouse, for manufacturing or | scli'iol purposes Portions of this building aru now under very satisfactory rent Title perfect Terms : One-third cash; the residue in 6, 12, Id, and 24 monihs, with interest, secured by a deed tf trust on the premises. S. H NOilRSE, Administratrix, By WM. NOURSE, Attorney, JAS. C. McGUIRE, may 8?eoSids Auctioneer. IMIOMSON'S MILITARY "FORCES AND IN ?t tuiions of Great Britain, 1 vol, London, 1855 Dupiu's Military Force of Great Britain, 2 vilumes, translated from the French The Queen's Orders and Regulations for the Army, 2 vols, Loudon, 1854 War Office Regulations and Directions, 1 vol, Lon don Military Finance, Warrants and Regulations for the Army, 1 vol, London Regimenuii Standing Orders, Finance, Military Law kc., 1 vol, London Lieut. Col. Jebb on the attack, strengthening, and defending of outposts, houses, bridgej, kc , 4th edition, v! vols, London No*?s on Acre and the Ceast defeaces of Syria, by Lieut. Col. Aldenon, 1 vol. London Heale's -?Hilary Geography, 1 vol, London Instructions and Regulations for Heavy Ordnance, 1 vol, Woolrich. may 0 FRANCK TAYLOR. NEW AND SECOND-HAND 1I0USE FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, 305 Pennsylvania avenue, hehretn Futtr and-a-kalf ar.d Sixth sti., t. tide, WHERE will be*\ept constantly on hand a large t llent of all kinds of housekeeping goods m\3ag5*j*j||Br Kb2555^h& Parior an<l Chaml?er Furniture,^ Bedding. Queensware, Glassware, Tinware, Wood ami Wil lowware Table Cutlery, Carpets, Cooking 1'ti nsiis Clocks, Looking Glasses. Lamps, fcc. All of which will be sold at the lowest possible prices lor cash ur good paper. may g-eoQiV J. B. McGREGoR. A LL VrRAJfQ5?R* J\ visiting tfce CiiyshnuU see Hunter's Caia logo-* of ihe Curiosities ot'ilw Pateat Olllee. Also, bis Itescnntlon of Powell's Great Picture.1 tebC-Sw* TELEGRAPHIC. . UrOITKD FOB THl DAILY EVEIfUfO STAB. Got. Gardiner declines to Kibti Judge lorii| Bostos, May 10 ?ThU morning, Governor Gardieer sent a meui(? to the lower hcuse, respectfully declining to remove Jedge Loriog. The message U rather lengthy The House refused to refer the Keaaage to the committee on feJeral relation*, bet laid it on the table, and ordered 6,000 oopiea to b* printed. fclectta in Providence. PitOTinaffCB, R. I.?The Know Mothioge haTe elected the Mayor by821 minority; elan all seven of the Aldermen, and twenty ont of the twenty-eight membert cf the Ceaaaaoa Connoil. ___ Commander Ingraham in Philadelphia. PniLADKLrHia, M?? If.?A pnblio dinner baa been tendered to ""apt. Ingraham The St. Lonia came npthif morning and exebanged salutes with the Navy Yard. OeatrnetiTe Fire New York, May 10 ? A large building in Ve?ey street, tenanted by Jos Stouvenal. Jar. Brown. Wm H Heth, George W. Wright, Le fenre A Co , and othera, wu deatroyed by ire early thii morning Loaa estimated at $50 OOP. ?~~ % Fatal Railroad Colliaion Columbia,, Pa., May 10.?The man who was injured by the late colliaion on the rail road died yesterday. His name waa Michael Tall is, ? resident of New York, where he had a family. f yracuee K F. Nomination Svbaci'se. May 10 ?The State Convention 'a still in session here, but their proceedinga have been kept secret. Ealtimore Markets. I Baltimore. May 10?Floor ia less active. City Mills closed at $10 SO; a small sale wta made for $10 62) for super brand Wheat ia unchanged ; no salea noted Corn ia better ; ?ales of white at 105al06; yellow, 108. New York Markets New York, May 10.?The Cotton market ii uncharged, with a limited business at pre vious rates. Floor has adveooed 12* ctf.; good Ohio $10 50a$l0 75; Southern has also ad vanced 121 certs Wheat is firm, wi'h en on ward tendency Corn?We?tern mixed at 116; yellow 117*118; sales of 45 000. Pork baa advanced 12j cents per hundred; Old Mew, $16 62*116 75 Beef is unchanged Lard ia S m. Whisky?Ohio 39j cent* New York Stock Market N*w York, May 10 ?Stocks are heavy and money is ea?y Sales this morning of Erie'a at 48J; Cleveland and Toledo Railroad, 78}; Indiana 5's, 63i; Cumberland Coal Company, 27;; lte-ding Kailroed, b6J; Canton Com pany, 2>I; S6w York Central Railroad, 92|. U. S MARINE BAND. 'HHE understeood would respectfully inform tbe i Military, Firemen, Clubs, and the public gene rally that by applying t^ bim at tbe Marine Bsirtickr, or :?t his r?>id?hcc, on E. between 9:h and iOih mi. rai-t, or by i.ote at lliibus 8t Hirr's Miimc D<?pot. they can obtain the of the Nerisk Band, or a portion of it either a< a bras-, reed *n cnllon band, which will embrace Louis WeberV- unrivalled pai ty. F ? 8C ALA, Conductor and Leader of Marine Band, up .KWltu* LUMBER, TAR, PITCH AND ROSIN. EASONED LUMBFRof a'l dracripii >as, Wlnte O Piur, \ < I low Fine, and Ea*:era Shore Joiat, Sea; lliti; and Flooring T ;r, Fitch and Rosin in good barrel*. A cargo of North Carolina Timber now landing, as.orud ?ixes. H. N. fc W. EAPBV, Corner 26ih and D streets. First Ward. may 8?e*3t NOTICE TO TRAVELLERS BETWKF.y W ASlilSGTOS 4 BALTIMORE, RJ* mm Alter Una d*t< , Uie P.L-seng?-r Trrriii from Washinttnn at 6 a. *. lor Balu??<*??, and tbe Train from Baltimore at 5 13 v. m. for Washington, oi* SrKDAT WILL BE UlSCONTINUED. The only Train, therefor, o* Suwftiy, from Washington, will be that leaving *t 4 30 r'. m , and from Baluiwore at 4.15 a m. TIm Train ro:n Washington connects at the Washington Junetit.n with the Eipress Train leav ing Caltimore at 5 10 r u. lor Wheeling and the Wwi JOHN H. DONIi, ml?10t Master Transportation B kO.IR [Union, Georgetown Advoeate, and Alexandria Seatinc! copy-1 HAIR WORK. ORNAMENTS of Hair, such as HrersMa, Chat elaine, Chains, Breastpins, Earnm|>? Finger Rii:c*, made to order, of any desired design. All orderj faithfully attendel to. Specimens may t?e seen at mv 6tore. ^ H. SUM KEN, No. 330 Pa. av., between 9ih and 10th sts. Mar 30 HOSIERY, GLOVES, &c. IT' E have just received a very large as*>rtment VV ot Ladies' white, brown, slate, black, brown enibro dered and open worked bose. Gent's white, brown a:id mixed Hose and half How Misses and b^s' wh'te, brown, slate, black, fan cy striped and opera worked Hose and half Hose Ladies' kiJ, silk and Cotton Glovea and black aiik n> Misses and Beys' white and okwed silk, kid, and thread Gloves r.nd silk Mitts Gent's kid, silk and thread Gloves We would invite special attention to our large and well assorted stock of Ladies' and Children's Hosiery and Gloves, being the largest assortment in this city, and will be sold at very low prices. 31 W. EG AN a. SON, No. 33 3 shady side Ta. avenue, betw. ap 30 2w 6th and 7th streets SPLENDID PAPER HANGINGS. IT is with pleasure that JOHN DAVIS announces to his old friends and the jhiWis that he has re sumed his old and familiar occupation of PAPER HANGING, having opened a new store in tbe ??Star BnilJiii^s near the corner of E!cf< nth street and Pa. avenue, where h<* will be tound all the time himself and keep on hand a well EAPF.R HANGINGS, W INDOW bHADES, BLINDS, fc.~. , _ .. . . All work entrusted to him in his line of business Will be promptly and faithfully cie uted to the en tire satisfaction ol those for whom the- work may be d?He respectfully invites all hia former friends and customers, and the public generally to give him e call at his new store snd see if he has not aome tlung in hi- line to suit their tastes may 1?d2w JOHN i)^> is 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 9. O FLABARRE, corner of Tenth and C sts , wno . is a practical manufacturer in metaJ, has an assortment of Silvei plated N U M B ^r^u* patterns He will makenumbers for bou?*. noj^s ^ws in Cliurchs, and fbr backs,** and is confident at the low nose they wHt ta i?adc that It will suit the purchaser. ay io? ??? BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS. JUST opened, and now ready for inspection, at D. R. W Ai.L'S Boot, Shoe and T^nk ^n porium, a large, varied ai^ W^ spring and summer stock of BOOTS, 8HOB? and TRUNKS, amoog which are Ladies' momcco, kid and lasting Gaiters Boou, Slippers, Ties and Buskins Misses' do ?? Children's Shoes in great variety Gentlemen* patent leather and calf skin Boot* and Shoes, Congieas Gaiters, Pumps, fcc. Bovs' and youths* do Wiih all ibe most approved and fashionable styits of Shoes manufactured, all of which will be sold at exceedingly low pneea. In addition to the above an extensive ? of Trunks, Carpet Bags Valises, and Satchels, very ChA ce'l is aolicued Iroin all who are in want; of great birgains, as I ain determined to se ?P as the c-lieapest. ^ Market No. 34 opposite Centre Market, ap 2f??to3w _ ..etween^ih and fch s?. ^ ORGANS FOR SALE. ASI'PFRJOR toned CHAPEL ORGAN; end a Vv* BWwSSPARLOE ORGAN, b<Hii now oa exLitiuon at the M^^'^SrNRYraBEN Me fiom the mPnufactory of HENRY ERBE* -Sfitr. apply m rrof STliERL^nn Uth j atnx t, north of P. HENRY KRBE~ | teb 36?eoll

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