Newspaper of Evening Star, June 7, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 7, 1855 Page 3
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feVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. ALADDis!-The National Theatr* was. la?t light, den?ely crowded, and many of the pectators eoold not procure Mart, the attrao iju being the play cf 11 Aladdin, or the Won i?rful Limp."' The drwees, scenes and prop irties were magnificent. to as to aocord with he history of that distinguished young gen ?'.eman and the magic effects of his illuminat mg a?eLt. The machinery, however, -van'ed _ ^easing. ss it d'd not, in all cases, slip with the required oelerity. The "march of the female warriirs" wr* a beautiful feature in the programme, and their evolutions with the :ymeter elicited spontaneous applause Well drilled as many of oar volunteer militia are hey, according to the remarks of aome of ?heir officers. carnot begin to equal those gas light Aladdin warriers in that description of exercise! The movements were perfect?both of the cymeters an 1 tae eymmeries Every body Feemed to be delighted with the rich and ttovel entertainment. The manager. Mr Jar rett, wudoubtless, compensated for his enter prise Chksapkakb a*d Obio Cakal ?We have already atated that, at the meeting of Stnck ? Idera of this company on Monday last. the I ur Commiwioners of the Board of Public 'Works of Maryland were equally divided as 1-a the choice of officers? e?.ch party havictt sominated a separate list. In cocsequence of ?his tie, the proceedings were referred to the Hon Dennis Claude, Treasurer of the Sta e cf Maryland, in pursuance of the third section of the Kventh article of the constitution of | ?hat State; and that gen leman, we learn, has decided in favor of the ticket nominated by Messrs Stewart and Chamberlain, namely: For President Samuel Hambleton.of Talbot eeunty. Maryland; and for Directors, Samuel P Smith, of Alleghany ccun'y; John G Stone of Wa?hmgton county; Alexander B. Hanson jf Frederick county; Richard I. Bowie, of Montgomery county; dame* A Mag ruder of Georgetown, D. C ; and George H Smcot of Alexandria. Virginia. A Grasd Entertainment ? Last night Messrs. Migruder and Turton, member's sleeted to tho Aldermen's and Council Board of the First Ward, gave a tapper at Boulan !?:? ? without the eustomary drinkables. Dr M being a tee totaller?to some two hundred tad fifty of the political friends of the Ward Appropriate speeches were made by Messrs Magrudcr, Charles Abert, Captain Walker, Mr. Tu'ton and some others. The supper was a beautiful affair, rotten up in Boolanger's rery best style *hich ;s saying everv possible thing of it 1 he company were in fine spirit;, sod enjojed themselvej gloriously. Atrociocs Cosdcct ?A respectable citiien tells us that in the af ernoon of the day be fore yesterday the driver of the Georgetown omnibus. No 25, at a point on Fifteenth ureet, opposite the Treasury Department, drove up to the side of the lead-horse of a three-horse stage, and eommen.-ed beating that horse most unmercifully, causing in the xelee and runningeff uf both teams, a wheel horse ofeaoh to fall, b^th being dragged aome iUtance The omnibus was crowded with la oies. who left it. The conduct of the driver *as most reprehensible, and endangered the lives not only of the horses, but of the pa-'sen jers?men. women, ud children?in both ve hicles. V Picxponrrs transacted a profitable busi :esj at the Nationad theatre last night We lave heard of the abstraction of several pcok ?t-books. A gentiemas of oar acquaintance vis relieved of $(55, another of $15, and a third sr.ffe-ed by a -'ehiel amang them takin' his) cotes '?which, however, were not en dorsed They were promissory. If the thief till return the papers to the Star office, he ?tn retain the small change as a reward for lis koatsty. Doubileas not a few others bave. taday to mourn over losses similarly fas lined. . - Ecrglatt.?Last night, some person or per-! km forced into the carpenter shop of R. W I?ove. on Louisiana avenue, between Sixth isd Seventh streets. What their object was. ?aether to steal material or fir? the premises ?m not discovered Officer A. R Allen luckily issed that way in time to preveut any such *ts. if intended. The burglar entered bv the j &ct of the house, bat bearing the officer *iik:ng toward the building, he escaped by i js dcor which opens to the lots tontine on D rreet. % Cintke Market?The prices were 'his sorniBg. about the sime as previous quota -on? Potatoes 6 re selling at $2 50?Berma :*i $3 par bushel; peas. 25c. per peck ;straw ^."rieL_15a18^ per <luar;i jcocg chickens, wc a p?e:e We venture the opinion that the ;resent exorbitant prices of vegetables and xeats w.ll be kept up longer in this city than > i.iewhere They are si high that a very long ' tias will be required in which to brine them iown. Caoss Fip.iho.?Yesterday, Lloyd H?ck?. ?!ored. was taken before Jua ice Bates, of the j lfth district police, for an assault and battery ipon Elisabeth Calvert, colored Lloyd was a? d to security for peace As soon as this tase was ended. Lloyd had Elisabeth arrested .or threatening him The Justice ordered her ? give security also, for her peaceful behavior toward all g&od citisens of the United States. F *l Arriving?Our wood and coal mer :aants are busily engaged in receiving their iipplies lor the approaching seasons. It is >->*asant indeed to ju the workmen throwing tae wood from the W&i to the wharves. They :hus gir? us reason to hope that the high prices of tue! will not drain the pcckets of our lwcricg men as daring the pact winter. 1 Orn Public Schools.?Sandry citisens c-m P ain to us of tne existing want of diseipliao a some of eur public ach k>1s. Their observa tion assures them that in one or two of these ?rabhshments at least the fixed number of aoaii for teaching are not adhered to, as they swaot be with the teseher in the street or fc?e?here away from bis popilj. Will the *ard look into this matter ? CocsnEriiT ?Our cit4*ens should be on guard while dealing with money, for, ?Wording to the Baltimore American, eounter ?w twenty five cent pieces are in eiroulation. m * ,r* ^*te^ 18W, *cd executed with toler *6ie neatness but quite light, and thus readi by on* who is in the habit of tv-ihixg coin. Asoraia oiSAPpoiSTttBHT ?On Saturday r^f- jD coLaequence of the rain, the Mi __ j W not perform at th? President's ?ro#nu., aud yesUrday there was a like dis ?pomtment at the Capitol grounds, for a aaular reason. ri^F**411031 Cases -Ann Kahoe, Catha ?h? u Matiingly, were sent to i" *,J'k-he?8e 'or sixty days from Saturday .4#rly being drunk and dis au lL JRiD* ?The receipts of ooal by the law j* C*nal for the month of May, lEjUote;1 t0 twenty-thocsand four hundred ,^#n^ on? These aupplies were ^e Cumberland. (Md ,) mines. b Rgfinjn ?There were no eaees for few i^i house this morning, and bat ?oagers who departed at an early hour. Lg^e Harmony Hall Meeting. ~ ,A"'-fiation met at Harmony S^chair 18W' iD 0rd*r ,h* ^airman from Veppointad at the last meeting the following b,loh\on ^,n* on motion a,nt?' usly adopted : ^w*Due5ec;tion *?r offi:era of corporation J,Wa h Dg^a> he,d 0Q fir?t ^ * retafM mt<1? b7 commi - !?./. ? ?!?ction represent Samuel E Dou/ ,7* 10 n?ve received for the office of reenter ?"'* votes more than Wm J. McCormick, the ^?^t incumbent; John M MeCalla, for the j L# ?: 281 votes more than Robert o-ocbe the present incaaabent: and K F aof?.k ofBc* of ?orT?7of, 454 votes ? than hu competitor, S T Abert of the regi teraud collector, -?er r., ?faj?rity ls repreiented to have 'it tlLby th? "jeatio*. on the part of ???ttiuistioaers of election, of legal votes which, had they been received, would have siren a majority to each of the present incum bents. The fodrth section of the charter of 1848 provides that the regijter, collector, and sur veyor. shall be severally elected on the f.urth Monday of June, biennially; that they ahull respectively ?? hold their offices until their re spective successors are duly elected and quail fled bo lea? sooner removed from office " The charter then authorises the corporation to de fine the duties of those officers; to prescribe the amount of bond and security to be given '#a?u *? U,r, for th# ProP?r di? oharge of their dat es The charter next de foribes ttn cx?e? ia whioh tboM officers, or any or ihem, may be removed, and declares that in <*ny cf such cases it shall" be lawful for 'he Board of Aldermen and Board of Common -ouncil, by joint resolution, to remove such officers and to order an election to fill the va cancy." An ordinance of the corporation of the 26"h of May, 1848, (Sheahan's Compilation, pp. *5?28.) enacts that the person* elect*d to the offices of register, collector, and surveyor, re spectively, on the first Monday of June, shall enter upon the duties of their respective offices on the first day of July next after their elec tion. The present register and oollector were elected at the regular election held on the first Monday of June, 1853. The charter re quires them to held their offices until super seded by successors duly elected and qualified, unless sooner removed from offise. If the suc cessors claiming to supersede them did not re ceive the majority of the legal votes which were offered, those successors are not duly elected, and the incumbents have the right, nnder the charter, to hold their offices ; and unless they see fit to re.-igu their offices, this right can be destroyed only by removal in the manner and for some one cf the causes prescribed in the charter. We therefore answer jcur first inquiry by saying that, assuming the facts Mated, wo are of o inion that the present register and col lector have the right and the duty, under the term of the charte*, to hold their offices until a new election, unless sooner removed in ac cordance with the charter: but this right and duty cannot require, under the oircumstances, any resistance to force. <>ur advice, therefore, in answer to your second inquiry is. that the register and collec tor cor.titue to hold their respective offices until the alternative of force opposed to force shall be presented, in whioh oase that they retire under proper protest; and that there after the whole marttcr of law and facts be submitted to the appropriate legal tribunal. We are. gentlemen, very respectfully, P. R Fshdall. J M Carlislu, AH Lawrbxcu. To Messrs Ratcliffe, Klopfer, Barry, S S.Par ker. McCafferry. J no Davis, and J. H. God dard. committee. On motion, it was Resolved, That a cm tnittee of two from each ward be appointed to meet at this Hall, on to morrow (Thursday) evening, June 7th. at 8 o'clock P. M., for the purpose of ascertaining the number of legal votes rejected by the judges at the late muni cipal election held in the city of Washington. The following named gentlemen compose sail committee, vis: First H ard ?S. 8 Parker, Wm. E. Brown Second Ward ?L P. Clark, Geo E. Jillard Th:rd Ward ?Jno. H. Goddard, Samuel Lewis. ' Fourth Ward?Wm P. Mohun, Elijah Ed monston Fifth Ward ?Dr. Wallace, Edmond Barry Sixth Ward ?Dr. A W. Miller, ? Russell Seventh Ward ?David Davis, J. R. Har baugh. _ ? _ CP Wabball, President. G E Kirk, Secretary. City papers favorable to the cau?e will please copy. Jane 7_u. GEORGETOWN CORRESPONDENCE Guobmtowh. Jane 7,1856 A colored barber by the name of Jacksos, on Bridge street, ?wag robbed, we learn, some days ago of some $700. The thief, we are in formed, was an apprentice boy under him The large sums which he had been spending, in rather a reckless manner, at a colored peo ple's fair, which was going on, led to his de. tection. V\e learn that Mrs. Bodfcco, widow of the late Russian minister, who has boen sojourn icg in Russia for some time, is expected to re turn to her htme in this city abou; the last of July. A gentleman purchassd in our market, a few days ago a chicken for 314c., and upon opening the craw when it was being dressed, there was found a gold dollar A chean chicken, that! The flour market is fi m, at $10 87i?$tt^ ^mall siles of wheat since our last, at $2 40a *2.45 for rid and white. Spectator. ALEXANDRIA CORRESPONDENCE. Alxxamdbia, June 1,1855. The County Court, which has been in session since Monday ocoupied with important busi ness. has granted but two tavern licenses, one for a hotel at Ball's "A Roads, and another for a hotel near the market square, making the entire number of tavern licenses granted this year sixteen. What rule the eourt has adopted in the distribution of its favors is not known Some burglar entered the house of Mr J. M Stewart on Monday night last, but rather too early for operations, for the family of Mr S had sot retired, aad ere .the thief could commence to plunder he was discovered, and only escaped l.y leaping through a window and carrying away the sa-th. The Gardens, long known as Yeates's. on the southern borders of our city, continue to attract these who love the danee to its fine pavilion. The past week has been an unusu ally merry one The Yotng Catholic Friend's Society have fixed upon ihursday the 21st instant for their annual excursion to the White House Parallon The m at oomplete arrangements have bean made to secure a pleasant trip. The Alexandria Gacette of yesterday and to-day, is in favor of a change In the organisa tion, and objeots to the Amerioan party endors ing the Baltimore American's views upon that subject. The season for disease approaches, and we cordially unite with a writer in one of the morning papers in calling upon our city au thori ies and private cititens to be vigilant in removing all matter which might tend to en dinger lioalth daring the summer heats. Prevention is better than cure. Ami. Kbow Nothing National Cobvkbtiob.? Nothing is as yet known relative to the pro ceedings of the Know Nothing National Con vention, which assembled in secret session, in Philadelphia, on Tuesday. Among the per sons reported to be in attendance are the fol lowing named: Hun Kennth Rayner, of N. C ; ex-Gov. Neill 8 Brown, cf Tenn ; ex Gov. Johnston, of Pa ; James W Barker, of N. Y ; Senator Wilson, of Maes ; Geo D Prentice, of I the Louisville Journal; Hon. Mr. Orth, Presi dent of the Indiana Senate; Schuyler Colfax, M. C. elect of Indiana; Hon. John S. Pendle ton and Wm. M. Burwell, of Va; Capt. Albert Pike, the Arkansas poet, and Judge Houston, of Delaware. The delegates and their friends partook of a banquet yesterday afternoon at h^mson street Hail. The tickets sold at $10 esch A despatch from Philadelphia to the New York Tribune, dated yes'erday,says that Bar ker will be slaughtered as Grand President of the Know Nothings, by the Convention now in session there, and that his opponents will probably concentrate on Gov Gardiner, of] Masoachusetts, to take his plaoe. IT The Philadelphia Ledger describes a large gang of notorious and adroit burglars, pickpockets, Ac , most of whom are escaped convicts from Botany Bay, and who have been -een travelling on the railroads between New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Their ob ject can only be oonjectured The gang sum b?r? twenty two, including about fifteen new c>embers, cot to well known to the police Ssveral them are said to reside ''in the vici nity of Brooklyn, where some have accumu lated rcu.1 estate and a large amount of per sonal property " The Ledger advises the public to be oa their guard rr-^DR. HOOrLUTD'i CtLIBHTID ORMil BIT TBBS -Weak. nerTon*, depreaaad In splrlta, and a prey to Inanaierable mental. u wall u phytic*! ??11a, the ?Irtlra to dyapepela, la Indeed an object of comaslaaeratlon. Tat It la abaard fir him te despair. We rare not bow weak low, narvoat, and IrrlUbla h? mar be, tha cordial proper tlaa of BOOFLAND'9 UhKMAS BITTKRS. prap?rad by Dr. O II. Jaekeon, Philadelphia, are strcnicer than tha many haadad innnster which is preying apon hie body and mind; and If ha ehooaaa to try them, we will losnre a speedy cnra. tee adTartlnaipsrit Ja ??*a fT"^ niKBR'0 PRIMim BITTERS?Mr. Idltor?Ton u would be aatoalaned, though true. In mr travel through ?t-flnla a ehort time since, to hear of tba faltli and re<vro nieulatlon that l? jlv.n t<> BAKKK'r< PKKMIDI BITTERS Several ladlee and gentlemen aald they ha* had tlie Dyspep ela for many yaara. bnt never bad found anything 10 ii.a?e a cnra of It bnt Maker'* Preralatn Hitter*, an<t eome would aay It had cored them entirely of the nerro'ie headache, and other* woald aay If It had not been for theee Bitter* they would have died with the cholera. Bo wa *ay, *ucc*M to BAKER and hi* PRBMIL'M BITTERS ?Vary family (honld keep a few b^ttlae on band. SRCBKT FOB TUB LADIBS? HOW TO PRRSEBVE ' Baaaty.?Don't n*e Chalk, Lily White, or auy of the ?o-eallod cosraetica, to conceal a faded or tallow complexion. If yon woald have the roeea brought bark to yonr cheek, a dear, healthy and tranaparent calii, and llf* and Tutor In fused through the system, set a bottle of Oorter's Spanish Mixture, and take It according to direction*. It doe* not taate quite aa well ae eweetmeat* ; bnt. If a?ter a few doeee yon do not And yonr health and beauty reviving, ynnr *tep elastic and vigorous, and the whole system refreshed and Invigorated like a Spring morning, then yonr case I* hope lee*. and all the valuable certificate* we possess, go for nanght. It 1* tbe greatest purifier of the blood known, I* perfectly barmleea, and at the same time powerfully efflca doaa. ?a*See advertisement fT-T*BOAH WAt.KKB k CO., Marble Hall CloiMng Empo rtnm, ander Brown*' Hotel, respectfully announce that their display of Spring and Hummer Clothing I* now ready for Inspection, comprising an aaaortment of Coat*. Vesta and Pantaloon* of the newest and rlcheat deeigns In material, trimming and workmanship. To gentlemen who study excellence with economy In fashionable articles of dre?e an opportunity for Selecting 1* offered from ons of Mia largeet and moet attractive stock of good* tvfcr offered in this city at a very reduced scale of price*. ap 17 nry primiimu at thf fair*.?whitehi'bsts etlll In the aacendance.?The Jurlee of each of the late Mrs at Baltimore, Richmond, and New York awarded their blgbeet premium* to J. H. W. for their (uperlorlty of Pho tograph*, Btereoerope* and Dagnerrantype* exhibited. Mr. W. a'so received two Medal* at the World'* Fair, Lon don. and a premium at Crystal Palace, New York. Aleo, the flrit award* of the Maryland Institute for three year* past. Whltehurat'* Oallary In thla city on Pa. avenue, betw. and *th street*. fob 17 rfy?Z. t). OILMAN, Druggist, ha* removed to (28 Seventh ' street, oppoalte to the Patriotic Hank, an-l 1* now pre pared to All all order* for Medicines. Paint*, Oils, and Glasa on accommodating terma. Strict attention will be paid to physician'* prescription* at all bonr* of the day and night. The night bell la on the right of the store door. ap 14?lm rr-7?GOOD MEDICINES.?It I* estimated that AYIR'H CHERRY PECTORAL *?<1 CATHARTIC PILLS have done more to promote the public health than any other onel cause. There can be no question that the Cherry Pectoral has by Ita thousand on thousand cures of Colds, Coughs, Asth ma. Croup, Influenza, Bronchitis, Mr., very much reduced the proportion of death* from consumptive dUeaaes In this country. The Pills are aa good a* the Pectoral, and wll cure mora complalnta. Everybody ne?*ls more or less purging. Purge the blood from it* Impurities. Pnrge the Bowel*, Live-, and the whole visceral aysteni from obstructions. Purge out the diseases which fasten on the body, to work Its decay. But for disease* we should die only of o'd age. Take antidotes early aiufr thrust It from the system, before It 1* yet too strong tu yield. A YEEfr Pill* do thrust out disease, not only while It I* wwrml when It ha* taken a strong hold. Read the as tounding statements of those who have been curel by them from dresdfttl Scrofula, Dropsy, Ulcers, Skin disease*. Rheu matism, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Internal Pains, Bilious Com plaints, Headache, Heartburn, Gout, and many less dange rous but still threatening ailment*, such as pimple* on the face. Worms, Nervous Irritability, Loss of appetite, Irregu larities, Dizziness In the head. Cold*, Fevers, Dysentery, and Indeed every variety of complaints for which a Purgative Remedy Is required. These are no random statements, but are authenticated by your own neighbors and yonr own physiclana. Try them once and you will never be wlthont them. Price 2S cent* per box?6 boxes for $1. Prepared hy DB. J. 0. AY Kit, Lowell, Maaa., ?And aold by Z. D. OILMAN, Washington. O. M. LlNTHICl'M, Georgetown. JAR COOK k CO., Fredericksburg, and by all Druggist* everywhere. may i?eo2m r~T?A PHENOMENA IN MEDICINE.?BronchIO*, Ooogb, ^ Dyspeoela. Liver Conoplalnta, Scrofula. Ac,?For all dlaaaee* of the Female Syitem It stand* preeminent. A Olergyinan Just Informs us it haa cured htm of Bronchitis of a deeperate character?particulars hereafter. HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE?By It* mild ao Hon on the stomach, liver and kldueys, will enre Dyspep ?la, Cough, Asthma. Bronchial and Lung Affection*. Pain* In thaBack, Side aud Brea?t, Consumption, Scrofula, Rheu matlsm, Gout, Neuralgia, Fistula, Bowel Complaints, Piles, Worms, 'and Nervous Debilities?with a'.l dl?easej arising from impure blood, and la the greatest female medlclue ev er known. This Invaluable medicine Is working wonder* upon thehuman frame. Uaeadve'tiseraent to-day. mar 7 [T"-^IXNH8?LUNGS.?We refer our reader* to an adver? tlsement In another rolunjn, for full particulars con cerning the HYGEANA of Dr. Curtis. It is said to be one of the most remarkable cure* for all description of diseaaee of the lung* ever discovered. Ita virtues Lave b?en testified to by hnndreds, who have obtained their knowledge by the best of all teacher*?experience. CAUTION.?Dr. CUUTiS'S HUGE AN A Is the original and only genuine article. may 23?lm ?FJos 8hillib?to? receive* all tbe new Books and New* rtpers aa faat as published. He I* agent for Harper's snd all ..e other Magazine*, rnd our readers will alway* find a lirgeand <ood assortment of Blank Books and Stationery at h's liookittoro. Odeon Hntldli.g. cor Pa. avanue and 44* at Lri?;U. On the 6th insf., aftrr a lioperini? illness, MARY, wife o Lieut. John A. Dahl-jr n, U. 8 Navy. The friends aiid those of the family arc. respect fully invited to att n I hrr funeral from her late reti dence en 4X stren, Ihia afternoon, at 5 o'cl"ck. Wants. A YOUNG FEMALE DESIROUS OF A 8IT uation a? chambermaid, or c*>ok, wash and iron for a small family, or to eo in the country Tan come well rec< mmended. F?t reference apply to No 471 FirM ?lr*et and Pa aveituc. je T?It* w ANTED?A SERVANT TO DO THE GEN ijww ? ra' housework of a small family. A toid |*>ne will receive the beet of wa*es. Enquire at No. 40 8 New York avenue, bet. 4th and 5ih -t?. Ja 7 -It* WAN I ED?EMPLOYMENT FOR A YOUNG and abl? bodied coiorert man, accti-tomed to the care of horb?? and driving a cart. Enquir" at this office. je7-eo3t WANTED-RY A RESPEirTABLE YOUNG woman, a situation aa a aeamwtres.a She has no objection to do chamberwork. Add'ess a note to ''M S," at this office, and it will be attend ed to. Je 6?2t* WA N T E D ?A PARTNER TO W< ?KK A Stone Quarry and contract for sale ot Stone to Government and others, there being now great de mand for stone. This Quarry it immediately oppo site Georget wn. Large shanty, blacksmith shop, and every implement on the spot. Tl is quarry fur nishes the best and largest truck Siose, ?tc. A chance u now offered. Cail or write to LLOYD 4 CO, F ftecnth street, opjw. the Treasury. may 3?if \1J-AXTEU?EVKRYBODY TO KNOW THAT Yf they can get a iot 34 feet front by 130 feet deep, for the low price of $75?payable $3 a month witlioot interest. Apply at thr Union Land Office, 7th nt.. abov? Odd Fellows' Hall. ap 2o?3ui JOHN FOX, Sec. Boarding. BOAUDINO.?A lady, without children, hav ing taken the house, No 40ft Union Row, can accommodate one geutetl family with board. Also a few Mingle gentlemen. The situation is very rie eirable, being on F ureet, the third d<?or from 7th. in the immediate neighborhood of the Patent ana P? ft Offices. Je 1? lw* BOARDI N O.?Three gentlemen with their wives, or five or six single gentlemen can be ac commodat -d with good bonrd *nd lodging in a very pleasan* and healthy neighborhood by applying at No. 8 Louisiana avenue, nearly opposite the City. Hall. je 6- 3t* A PLAIN, PRIVATE FAMILY, having more room than they occupy at present, would be pleased to accommodaie two or three gentlemen with board, where tbe comfort* of a borne may be baA. Meals at mechanics' hours. Location on 12th street, ne?ir Pennsyfvahia avenue For lurtber par ticulars enquire at tbe ofQce of the Star. Je 5?3t* BOARDIWO.?P'eaiHBt rooms (or Summer, with boarding for a gentleman and his wife, and for aeveral ample gentlemen can be had by ear ly application at KlNU'S, 393 North C, between 3d and 43^ streets. The house Is delightfully situ ated, and has Just been thoroughly renovated and reftiralahed. je 4? lw* MK8. M. C. aRK Klt'S Boarding House, on Pennsylvania avenue, first house west of tlie Capitol gate. Fine rooms at various prices, and every possible attention and comfort bestowed on ludiea and gentlemen guests. may 26?3w* [\.0 TIC K.?FOR RENT?PARLORS AND Chambers, with board. Also, table and tran sient board, with a bathing room and shower baths and every attention to tender it most agreeable to ber hoarder* Mrs. P. G MURRAY, Corner Pennsylvania avenue and 4U st. ap 23?3ni PERSON8 WISHING A HANDSOMELY FUR nished Parlor und Chamber in a private family can be accommodated by applying atSlTf south side of the avenoe, opposite Willards' Hotel, may 29?eo2w BOARD, Ac.-MRS BATES, on the south west corner of Pa. avepue and 9th street is pre pared to accommodate gentlemen with rooms, with or without board. Every effort will be made to ren der thoee comfort; Ide who may favor her with their paironage. ap 6?tf WUEATON'S ELEMENTS OF INTERNA tional Law, new edition Aiiema' Equity, new edition, with American n<^e jeft , FRANCS TATLOR SCPJtRIOR TAOI.E AND POCKET Cutlery, Rasors, Seisins, flic ?? A large assort ment, lower thtu at auy other place In tlie ciiy. For ?ooJ articles and low prieet always call Lt the tiousekeei)?r'ii Furniahlng Store, *80 Seventh st. I ??y ? 0. F*ANU8, For Bale and Pent. TiOH RENT OK FOR SALE?SMALL FRAME jj House, No 69 Louisiana avenue, Washington, to a tesponsibla tenant the rent will be low. Poa session given on the SOih June. Alio tor Bale. House and Lot No. ?T Hifli street Georgetown. Tarma liberal. Apply to ? E. K. LUNDY, No. 198 Prldga ft., Georgetown. Or No. 400 E atreet, Waablngton. 4 Jit ? House for rent and f^hmture for Sa'e?A new three story Frame HoUte, coi - taininj right rooms, tvjth cellar under tbe kiehcn, -ituited on N. York avenue (No. 16 8) near New Jersey avenue, will hp r?nte-1 low io a fool tenant. The own#r, desirous or breaking up hou-wkeep ing, would dispose of hi* Furniture, winch is nearly new, on moderate lertis. Enquire at the Grocery Store of MOORE & CISSELL, 7th street near I, or on tl?e premises. (Oigin) je 5 3t A URGE A* D ELIGIBLY SITUATED corner Lot, coutaln'in 14 .CGU rquare feet and fronting the Capitol Park for sile on pecommodatrng terms if immediate application b ? made to IIILKUS h. HITZ, Comer Pa avenue and 11th st. Being so rear the Capitol uf.d b??t a few minutes' walk from the Car Despot, make* it mojt advantage ously situated for a lar^e public House. je 5?tf FOR SALE or RENT?THAT LARGE three story Hou$? Rn Mls^wri avenue, thre? doors east of street. This house is 'arge and has just been thoroughly repaired, end gas introduced, and is one of the best locations m the city for a private residence or boarding house, or school. Possession given about thf 7th June. For terms, which will be liberal, apply to T. purs ELL, 341 Pa avenue, opposite Browns' Hotel. Je 1?6t* For rent?in Alexandria, va , that large three story Brick House, well known as the best Hand in the city for a hotel and restaurant, on Cameron street, opposite the Market House, and now occupied by Mr. MeGonegal. Possession ??iv en on the first of July. Address LLOYD \ CO , Claim Agent, 15th st, opp. the Treasury, Wa bin* tern, D. C. nrty 30?if For rent or sale on reasonable Terms.?A three story Frame, with basement on New York avenue, betwt en Fourth and Fifth streets west Also. a three story Frame, with back building, on I street north, betw een Fourth and Fifth sts. west Apply to James W. Barker, residence on H street north, between 12th and 13th streets west. DICKSON fc KING, ap 5?Thtf Georgetown. I'fOR RENT - THE THREE STORY STORE _ and Dwelling, No. ?<} Bridge street, George town, so Ion* occupied as Emmert's Confectionery. Apply to ARMY, next doer mav 25?eotf I/OR RENT?A PINE THREE-STurtY AND r attic Brick House, No 356 C street, betw< en 4\4 and 6th, with every convenience de frable for a private residence. A pump of first ra e water in the yard. Appiyat HAVENNER'S Bakery, je 2- eo3t* C, between and 6th sts. For rent?a comfortably fukmsiieh House, situated o i the most desirable part of Capitol Hill. There la an abundance of eicellcnt fruit on the premises To a responsible person tht rent will be very low. Enquire at this ti<*cc. je 2?eo3t Rents reduced to suit the times. $150 a year will be received for the rent of those new nnd convenient cottages at Kendall Green, with two acres of ground, stable, wood shed and other conveniences attached. Pumps ot puie water are near the door, and communicat on ia had with Georgetown by way of H and Seventh streets and Pe?-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 Kendall Green, after office hours, where the keys may be had and the bouses inspected at any time. Several of these residences will be sold on liberal terms. VYM STICKNEY, No 4, Kendall Green. N. B.?Rent- raid quarterly in advance. apr 9. 1H55?tt FOR RENT?SEVERAL HANDSOME PAR lors and Chambers, with board. AI?o, Table and transient board. Inqui.c at Mrs SMITH'S. 933 F street ap'J HOMES FOR ALL.?Beautifully and hefithilj Io- r.ted Building Lota, 24 fe? t front by 131) tee) deep, on rraded streets, can, until spnne, be bough! at the exceeding low price of $75. payable $3 pei month. Title indisputable. Union l.and Office, 7th st., above Odd Fellows' [Tall. Jan 9?6rn JOHN FOX, Secretary. ? ? ' THE POTOMAC RIVER STEa.IlOAI COMPANY'S STEAMER ALICE G. i'KICE CAPT. SAMUKL BAKER, Will commence her regulai trips on TUESDAY MORBIRG l ie 2dth instant, touching at the different Landing! on tbe river. Leace Washington at 6 and Alexandria at 7 o'cl* on Tue^da, and Fridiv mornings Returning, wi leave Cone River at 4 o'clock, on Wednesday ant Saturday mornings, until further notice. tnay2C-jl MORE NEAT MANTILLAS. WE open this morning? 20 nrore cf those beautiful Black 3l!k and Lace Mantillas 25 Black Lare Shawls Scarfs and Points at reduced price# Also, a larse stock of rich figured and plain Bareges French Lawns, Organdy Muslins Rich Barege T.obe^ very cheap DottPi and piain Swiss Muslins All of which will be sold at n!uch less than form er prices. Purchasers are cordially invited to call and exam ine our assortment for themselves may 2 ??eo6t COL LEY & SEARS. Bacon, priit *c. 1,000 small H uns 6 000 lbs. Joles 1,000 lbs. Breast Piecca SCO lbs Dried Beef 250 boies < (ranges 200 boxes Lemons 125 drums Figs Just rec ived and for sale by je 2?e>-3t MURRAY h. SEMMES. TITEMUTUAL FIKK IHSURAHC* COMPA NY OF THE i ISTR1CT OF COLUMBIA, /"CHARTERED by Congress, offers to the propert) Vy owners of the District safer and cheaper in earn of insurance than any other Company. ULYSSES WARD, President. CHAS. WILSON, Secretary. MATHEW G. EWERY, Treasurer. managers. Ulysses Ward John Van Riswick Thomas Blagden P. W. Browning F. Howard, Mathew G. Emery. J. C. McKelden. Office, Columbia Place, corner Louiaiaaa avenut and 7th street. Office hours from 3 to 6 o'clock p. m. feb 2fi?eotf Jons R KLVAHB. ? WILLIAM THOMPSON KL.VAS8 4l TH MPSO.f, dealers ih HARDWARE, COACH TRIMINGS, &o No 390 Pannsylvsula avinnc, between Ninth and Tenth itreeU, Washington, D. C HOUSE FURNISHING HARD A ARE. Britannia, German Silver, Albata and Silver I'latec Tea, Table and ?eaert Spoons Carvers and &>rks, Steeli. Krnvu irith and with out Forks . Brass, Britannia, Block Tin and Plate I Candlestick# ShOvtd and Tongs, Waffle Irons, S?d Iroua Martin aid Bell Meul Kettles, Furnaces, Gridirons Ovens, 6lc. BUILDING MATERIALS. Rural Cottage, Closet, Cupboard, Chest, Till, Pat! and Trunk Locks Shuttle, Door, and Blind Hing*s, Screws, Cut an<i Wrought Nails, Bolls Brad's Sbutter Screws and Stubbs, Door Springs Handrail Screws, Door Knobs Bell Pulls, Door Sheaves and Rail, fcc. CABINET MAKERS' GOODS. Hair Cloth, Curled Hair, Moss, Gimp*, Sofa ami Chair Springs Venitian Bluid Hooks, Rack Pulleys, Roller Ends, Brackets, Furniture Nails Glue, Coffin Handles and Screws, Diamond Screw Plates, &c carpenters' GOODS. Planes, Saws, Drawing Knives, Spokeshaves, Chis els and Gouges, Plane Irons Augers, Braces and Bitts, Boring Machines, Ham mers, Hatchets, Devela Bevils, Squares, Guagea, Axes, Ac. BLACKSMITH AND COACH MAKERS GOODS Black and Bright Springs, Axl^s, Felloes, Spokes, Hubs, Bows. Shalts, Poles Sleigh Runners, Silvered and Bra*s Bands, Stumr Joints, Stump Collars. Top Props Curtain Frames, Lamps, Inside Linings, Lining Silks, Damask, Seaming Cords Tuft*, Ta*sels, Buttons, Tack*, Fringes, Laces, and Plain and Enamelled Canvass Russia Duck, Eaamelled Leather, Dash Leather. Ac. EL VANS fc THOMPSON, j? 1?ia t 390 Pa. avenue. , HE MISSING BK1DE, by E. D. L. N. South I worth, 2 vols, pi ice $i Ot H.irperN Magazine for Jut.e Si Harper^ Story B<?ok No 7, Virginia if P-jtoem'a M?cazlne for Jun* 3S Godey'a Lady's Book do 2f Grah^n>'a Magazine do % 22 All the Now Books, Ma^&Zinea, Clieap Pnhllea lionsand Weekly Papers received soon as pub lished and lor sale by E. K. LUNDY, No. 198 Bridge stmt, Georgetown. may 31?tr Auction Sales. Jtwtkm Balm *w flrit ya#t "O Br J* C. HeOOIRKt Aaettoattr. j BL'STEPS 8ALE OF VALUABLE AND KL f ifibly situated Real Estate on the Inland - By virtUH of a d?*ed of trust, hearing dite on th?6th day of June, 1855, and recorded in Liter J A. 8., No, 58, folios 130, fcc . the au acnber will aril, at p?b lic sale, on THUHSDAV, the 14th day of June, 1855. at i}4 o'clock p. tn., on ibe premises. ail those nieces or parcels of ground lying and befcu situate in th<-city of Washington. and known and distin guished an th<* north half of Lot No. 18 and the whole of Lot 13, in Square 543, the whole fronting 70 feetS In:has on 4tf street west, between K and L rtreets south, ond running back 100 fe? t to an a!* ley with th? biddings a< d leapt >veinentss, which coo*! t of a subs anual and -comfortable cottage built France dwelling IIou?e and necessary out houses. '1 tie above property Is situated in a rapbHv lm provinj vart of the city, ati.1 offers a favorable op portunity U> persous desirous of obtaining a residence or investing. The te!?n? of sale will be o:ic third cash ; refine tn 6. 12, and 18 months, for notes bearing interest fr. tn c'ay of sale, securi d by a deed of t:u?t upon the prop rf. If the terms of s .le are notcr.mplted with in six days after the sale, the proptrl? will be resold at the ri?!i and expense of th* purchnsi r. All conveyai.eiiig at cost of purchaser. CI1A8. 8 W ALL 3 CH, Trustee J AS. 0. M GUI RE, j. 6?j Auctioneer. Br J C. flleUCIRR, Auctioneer. (CHOICECOLLECTION OF RAKE AND VAL > uable Oil Paintings at l'ib ic Auction ?On TUESDAY afternoon, June 12th, at <*V% o'clock, at the fnl an over Fariihain's Bookstore, cO'ner Pa. avenue and 11t li street, 1 chall sell a collection of rare and valuable Oil Painiings. selected wtili great c?.re by H. N. Ba-low, E q., from various calle ies 0 i the Continent.- Aivongst theio will l?e found np eirnrns of Uom^nchino. Vt litiijii*'Z, Sir Godfrey Kn ller, A Van Willies, John WHson Gainsboro', Murilla, Vemrt, Poussin, Shrtyef, Jr., and others. The saloon will be open and the Pictures on free exliibitif n d ily until the sale. Catalogues nttv be obtained at th ? saloon or at t e auction ror m?. Ttrms: $100 ar.d rnjereash; over tha* sum a credit of siitv ami ninety days, for notes gaiisf.cioii ly endorsed, bearing i. teres'. JA9. C. McGUIRE, je6-d Auctioneer. 1>F J. C. 9IcGUlUE, Auctioneer. BOOKS, ke. at Public Sale?On FHID.AY 4r ternoon, June 8th, at 7o'clock, at the Auc tion Rooms, I ?h JI sell an invoice of standard books aim t.^ which are hi.tories, biographies and Scien tific works, many standard poeti;al works, novels, &c., he. Also, a few fine family Bib'.es, the whole to be sold without reserve. A'So, aiout 360 dwt. of gold guard, fob and vest Chains. Also, three fine gold Lever Watcher, the balance of fctock of a retail store. Terms cash JAS. C McGUIRF., je^fi?d Auctioneer. By JAS. C. McOlflHRi A nctton??ri< VERY VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON 7th sireet atj uhlic sale?O i FU1DAY afternoon, June Hth, at 6 o'clock, on the premised, I *hall sell, the south p*rt of Lot No. 11, in Square 426, front !>.* 28 feet 7 inches on Seventh street wes-, bt tween ncftli K and I. streets, ru rtite back 100 feet. 1 he Lett Is handsomely situated in one ?: the best business streets in the city, but a short distance fmn the Northern Market, a*vd afford* an excellent op port unify for a Fafe inv .stmeirt. Title perf- ct. Terms . One si*th cash ; Ihe re.-idae In 6,12, 18, 24, ar.d 30 months, with interest, aecured by a deed of trust on the premises JAP. C. McGUIRE, le 4?d Auctioneer. By GRICEJT 4t SCOT T. Auctioneers. ritRlJSTEE'S MALE OF VALUABLE REAL JL Estate.? By vir ue of a decree of the Orphans' Court o? the District of Columbia, for the county of Wa*hi.,gloa, approved by the Circuit Court of said District. sitting in chancery, pj??aed in the mattero? the petition of William Whitmore, et ai , children and law of VViJIiam W IVhitmore, late of >nld cohrtv decerned, I will, on THURSDAY, th*; 3lst day of May, 1855, at 6V4 o'clock p. in., in front cf the premises, proeeed tosell Lots of ground num bered seventeen (17) and eighteen (18) in Square numbered five hundred and three (503) situate ia the city of Washington, and District aforebaid. T^ii' ?">ove described property is situated on the northwest corner rf 6th street west and N street soutti, and contains in the ai^regate about fourte n thott^nd square feet of gnnad. Terms > f .-ale: One third caah,and the residue in two equal payments at six and twelve mor*?hs, with interet-t from day of sale. The deferred paymenu to b-: secured by the notes of the purchaser or pur chasers. satisfactorily endorsed. the fuil payment of the purchase money end inti-rea' end the ratification of the sale bv the Conn, the trustee Will convey said lots ol grcui:d to the purchaser or purchasers thereof, at in* i r th? ir cr.nt and eip? nse. If the t-rms of gal:? arc not complied with Within five dava Irom the day of sale, the trustee reserves the? right to resell said lots, or either of them, upr.n reasonable notice, at the risk and cost of the lint purchaser. RICHARD II. LASKEY, Troatee. GREEN 4 SCOTT, may 15?eoSw&ds Auctioneers. Lot 17 htvlng btea eold. the sale of Lot No. 18 is postponed until THURSDAY, the 7th cf June, same hour, w>ien it uill be subdivided and sold separate, oue part ot which having on a good two-story frame House, the other pnrt is the corner lot, having a front ol 25 feet, and 102 :cet deep. Terms as ab ve. RICHARD II. I.ASKEy, Trustee. GREEN & SCOTT, Je 1? roSuls Auctioneer*. By GUtKN 4 SCOTT. Auctioneers. ritWO VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS a; Auc X tiou ?On THURSDAY, the 7th June next, at 6 o'clock p. m , wc shall sell on the premisi* L?t No 2, in Squan- No. 515, fronting ;'9 feet on K at., b< tween 4th and 5th, running back 96 feet to a 30 ft. alley. Also, noith half of Lot No. 26. in Square No 516. fronting 27^ feet on Fourth street, running back 100 leet, between I and K atreeto. The above described property ia about two and half squares from the Northern Liberties' Market House. Terms : One-quarter cash ; balance in 6,12, and 18 month", (or notes bearing interest Deed given and a deed of trust taken to secure de ferred payments. Title perfect. GREEN & SCOTT, may 30? eo&da Auctioneers. By GRKEN 4 SCOTT, Aurtlonatri. f|tRU8TEE'S SALE OP A VALUABLE BUILD X ing Lot, situated on 11th street weat, near Ma r.. ;. -i avenue, a. Auction?On WELNE8DAV, 13th June, I shall sell, in front of the premisea. at 6 o'clock p. m , by virtue of a deed of trust bearing date the 25th day of Aucuat, 1853, and duly record ed in en? if the Inpd reeorda for Washington county in tbe Diati ict of Columbia, part of Lot No five, '5,) in Square No. three h >ndred and fifty-three. (.153.) having a frent of ? feet on 11 th atreet west, betw. south fund E streets, and running back 90 feet 10* rnchea. wilh the improvement, which isa frame tenement, and considered one of the most i ligible building lota on the Island. T< rms: Oue-tliird cash ; the balance in 6 and 12 mouths, the purchaser to give notes for the deterred payments, bearing interest from dav of sale. A deed given and a deed of trust 'uken. All conveyauciog atcost of purchaser. LAMBERT I REE,Trustee. GREEN fc SCOTT, m iy 31?ei>kda Auctioneers. By JAS. C. MeGUlRIC, Auctlonif 'S RUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE REAL I Estate ?By virtue of a deed of trust from Fian cia Selden, bearing date on the first day of Decem ber 1846, and recorded in Liber W. B , No. 130, fo lios 231, 232, and 233, the subscriber will aell at public sal?\ on MONDAY, the 18th day of June, 1855, at 6o'cl. ck p. m., on the premises, the west half of Lot No 2, in Square 247, fronting 29 feet on north L street, between 13th and I4ih streets west, running back 120 feet, with the buildings and im provcm nts thereon, which conaist of two well built frame dwelling houses. The above property ia well located in a rapidly improviug part of the city. The terms of the sale will be one-half cash, and the balaoce in 6,12, and 18 montha, for notea bear ing interest from day of sale, secured by a deed of trust on the property. If the terms of sale are not complied with in aix daya after the sale, the property will be resold at Uie risk and expense of the purchaser. All conveyancing at cost of purchaser. WALTER LENOX,Trustee. JAS. C. McGUIRE, je 2?eo&ds Auctioneer. Br JAS. C. McOCIRE, Auctlomi?r* 'I RUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE HOUSE 1 and Lot on tbe corner of F street south and 3d street west. ? By virtue of a deed in trust from Jno. F. Tolaon and wife, the subscriber will sell, at pub lie sale, on THURSDAY, the 28th day of June, 1855, at 5\C o'clock p. m., on the premises, parts of Lo's Nos. and 55, in Square No t39. fronting 4b feet ou F street routh, by 66 feet 6 inches on 3d st. west, with the buil !;ngs and improvements, which consist of a well built two story fnme house, with brick bakery attached. The a ove property is eligibly yltuated on the Island, and offers a favorable opportunity to persona dt -iriug a residence ot to make an investment. Th" terms of sale will be one-third cash, and,the balance in 6,18 and 1$ months, for notes bearing in terest from the day of sale, seeured by a died of trust on the prop ry If ton terms of sate are riot complied with tn six days after the sal*, the progeny will be resold at the risk and exprnt-e of the purchaser. A!1 conveyancing at eipenne of parch i-er. CUA8. S. WALLACH. Triulec. JAS- C. McGUIRE, ]? 0?coSwJt Auctioneer. TELEGRAPHIC. daily evbwing stab. large Seward * EmaorisLD, June 7.?The WnUn Rail road Company ktrt offered a reward of $1,000 for the eoavtetfoa of the pmou who pliMd the obitrootioua upon the track aaar W< ter cm Toe ad ay sight Tlio Afnea at Bosto*. June 7 ?Th? Canard rlmatr Af rica arrived her* thia marafreg at 4 o'otock, and ter mtila were forwar6e4 ia the aexlj train. Hew York Markets New Yoac.June 7 ?Cotton la firs. F'.ear has declined 6 to 12 eenta. Goal Ohio $9 82a $10 00; libera it cteady and aeohaagad Wheat ia udSbanged with a limited buaineee at previous raUa Corxi haadeclined 3 to Is ; Western mixed $l.?*a$l 00 Proviaioae are firm Laid is dal), with i ??dining teadeocy. Wbieky ia firm; Ohio 35attid Baltimore Market* Baltimore. Jane 7 ? Flour ia steady ; aaiee of 5otf bhla. Howard atreet at $10.87. The re oeipta of grain are fair. Wheat ia etaady at yesterday's rale* Corn ia held higher, bit transaction* thia merC'sg worth nothing. New York ftteck Market Niw Yoke. June 7 ? fetacka opened baoy ant, bat closed heavy. Money ia anchaageid. Sales at the first board of Erie'a at 40; Cleve lnnd and Tiledo 8li; Cumberland Coal Com pany y>i, Heading Railroad OOj; Caaiea Com pany, 26]\ Pennrylvania Coal Company 1,10; New York Central Railroad, 94^; Virginia0'a, 99 i; North Carolina fit, 994. The Kinney Cue. New York. June 0,?The Kinney eaae wae up in the Diatrict Court thia morning, when hie counsel moved toquaah the indiotmeot, owing to a teehsierl fliw in the wording. The ax> tion wis denied. A meeting of the frienda of Col. Kincey waa beld to sight, when the Ad ministration and the Nic?ragu? Tranait Com pany were denounced. The ettendanoe wae large. The meeting *dpnrned to Wedaeeday nest. Elections in Hew York Casakpaioua, June 5.?The charter eleo* tion to da - resulted in the aaeeeei of the American ticket, by a majority of 144. The vote was unusually large liCFFALO,' June 5.?Mr Masten, the regular Democratic candidate, ta elected judge, ever Houghton, the Enow Nothing candidate, by two thousand maj>rity. Hew Hampshire Legislature. Concobd, June 0 ?Both branckea of tha Legislature organised here thia forenoon Tha Senate elected Hon. W. Haile, of Hiaadale, American Whig, President, there being only one vote In oppoaition. The House elected John J. Prentiss, Am erf* can Whig. Speaker, by a rote of 218 against id. By WILL, ItHilAttD 4k CO , A acta* VESSEL AT AUCTION.?On MONDAY nest, 11th metant, at d o clock p m.. at tbe ateaai lioat wharf, 11th street, w ehail sell to the highest bidder the schosner Only Soil, with all iter rigging und fitting complete. A good opportunity ia offered to thoe* in want of such a vessel. Terms at sale. WALL, BARNARD k CO., je 7?dt< Auctioneers. Bp OHKEJi * SCOTT. Auctlonaera. 1 TRUSTEE* SALE OF IIOCSE AND LOT AT . Auction ?On FRIDAY, tbe ?9th June. 1856, I shall eelt in front of the premises, at 6]^ o'clock p. m , hy virtue of a deed of trust from Heurv IV. Ham* ilu n to the subscriber, bearing date tbe azth day af IVbruary. 1855, and nh d lor record 19th February, 1^55, all that piece or rarcei of ground, in the city f>t lYa'innzton, in the District of Columbia, kaown a* Lot No. 11, in Square No. 499, together with tha ii.proveineuts, tvLuh are a good two atory Brick House, Ac. Tiie above deaenbed property fronts on 6th street wc?t 47 reel, between I and K atreeta sooth, run ning back to a J0 feet alley, containing 4,900 square feet Tertr.a: One fcarth cash; the balance le 0,18and 18 mouths, the purchaser to give ndes for the de terred payment*. bearing interest from day of aale. A deed given and ade?-d of trust taken CRAVEN A OH FOR O, Trustee. CREEJf k SCOTT, Auctioneers. And at 6 o'clock, same evening, we shall sell a |jood Paist Shop, uttiaied oC 0 h street, immediately opposite Island Hall. Terms ca*h. GREEN k SCOTT, je 7?eokda Auctioneeis. Cy J. C. HcQUlRE, Auctioneer. Peremptory sale of twenty onb Lightli Caiks of Cognac Brandy ?On SATUR DAY, June 9:h, at 10 o'clock, in front of tbe auc tion rooiui, I shall aell, without reserve, to cons advances? 20 one-eighth casks pale Cognac Brnndy. Terms : $50 and under cai?h ; over a credit of two and four uiontha, for notee aaUslactorily ea doraed. bearing interest. J AS. C. McOriRB, je??d ? Auctioneer. By OREKN * SCOTT, Awctlosaeers. VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS at Anctioa.? On WEDNESDAY, the 13th day of June, we {-hall sell, on tbe premises, at 0 o'clock p. as., Lota No*, S, 4, and 3, ia Square No. 569, fronting 30 <eet each on north E all eel. between l?t and 91 streets west, limning hack 100 feet to a 90 feet alley. The above mentioned proierty is bandaomaly lo cated a little northwest o." the railroaj depot. Tennn: One-third cash ; balance a credit of dx and twelve niontca, for notes bearing int. rest Ann tbe day of sale. A deed given and a deed of trust taken to secure defc:red payments. GREEN k SCOTT, may 31?eokds Auctioneers. PROSPERI'S CORNET BAND. THIS Band is suitable for any and all porpoees, and is warranted to gire satisfaction to all those who may be pleased to engage them, either as a Urns?, Reed, or Cotillon Band. Any number of musicians to be had at the short est notice by applying to FREDERIC PBOSPERI, Leader, at Taluvulfs Store, opposae the Marine Barracks. N, B?Orders left at Hilboa k Uiu's Music De pot, will be promptly attended to. may '25?4m TO THE LADIES OF WASHINGTON AND VICINITY. AMEI.IA PRIBRAM k SlSTER,?Ct\ hlRllNo. 47 7 Pennsylvania avenue, be-jBLkl TPPtween 10th and ll.b streets, return ||? their regards for tbe kind patronvge heretofore be stowed upon their efforts, and tak* 'be liberty of in forming their many friends that they intend open ing their Spring, Summer and Fancy BONNETS, which consist of 2S0 piece*, besides a rich assort ment of STRAW BOS NETS, kc. TtM^aie able to serve ail sisca who are in want of a fashionable and cheap Bonnet. Cail and examine before purchasing elaewhere. may 12?lm* MORE BARGAINS. JOHN H. SHOOT, Bride' street, toutk tide, near Higk. sa HAS jast received a lurther supply of esasoaahie Goods, amongst wbicb will be round 50 pieces good styles fast colored Lawns at lS)f 10 do plain black and white and bi?ca do. .? do rich plaid Ginghams and Gingham Lawns :*) do dotted and rich emb*d Muslins 50 do plain Swiss snd Nainsook do 40 do Jaconet and Cambric do 30 do {Maid and striped do 25 Grass Cloth Skirts 30 corded and damask do White snd colored Watered Moreens 50 pieces light pretty styles Caliooe 10 do Barege de Laines at lSJ^c 2 do BufT shade Linen With an assortment of seasonable stales erW^afc Hosiery, and uiany other very dsslr^le Goods, ID which the attention of cash or pro?P? customer* li invited, as we are constantly isenlvtag new goom, aud are selling them at prices ?o suit tbs ti may 00?tf J H " F?-<. bu purp?*e Is to rrtr^ach his expeoses u.. JWnat Southron *a (Ute Birch's) Btabis, 14^ ?rreet s<>utli of Pa. avenas. Far terms, or an op portunity to tjy the*, enquire at the ^ Star offlee. TTjey will b* aold a be jain. ap 3?tf

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