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1 io r.g.lar sobsorlbsn. AdrarttMrt will Uk
Boud or Aldiusik. Met Rt usuil tlmi ud
Communications ware submltt.d from th.
. Mayor, approving an act for the relief of Wm.
E. Dante ; and of a Joint resolution to prev.nt
the change of qualification or the votera or the
city of Washington; nominating fbrnoratarr
of the Board or Health, Oeorge II. Dov., U.
D. for wood and ooal measurer In the Ana
costla dlatrlot, David W. Oarit) preaantlnc the
reporta or the ward apothecarlee ror the quar
ter ending December 31, 1861.
The nomination or David W. Oaret ror mea
urer of wood and ooal, arter a long debate
upon the right or the Mayor to return a reject
ed nomination, participated In by Messrs.
Moore, Lloyd, Dove, and Bargent, was con
firmed. The nomination br the Haror. of Dr. J. 0. W.
1 Kennon at physician of the poor or the first
I ward, wa, confirmed.
, Petitions were presented from Itlchatd Hill,
praying me remisii in oi a nne.
From Datld Fowble, for a water privilege.
From W. J. Mohun, for the privilege or con-
nar-llnir with a urat.r main.
From Bernard Bryan, for the remlatlon of a
Mr. Richards, from the Committee on Health,
reported In favor of confirming the nomination
of Dr. Geo. M. Dove , for becretary of the Board
nf ITfmlth. Confirmed.
An aot to supply a deficiency in the appro
priation lor priming ami uinuiog, was iimnoi.
On notion ol Mr. Monro, ...
Hnir.ed. That the CummtM unora nf the Alms
house be and aro hereby requested to Inform
the Board or the whole numtior ni persons wno
Si hftan ftnmmitteri til the almshouse StOCO
the 1st nf January, 1801 staling the number so
committed in each month, discriminating be
ta ccn while and colored persons, and distin
guishing also between persons who wero born In
this cltyandlhoso born elsewhere! and thatthey
also Inform this Board what number of white
persons and what number of colored persons
have been uJinlUod In the almshouse allhln
(ho time specified, slating hew rn.inr of them
were natives of tho city and how many were
Mr. Fisher, from the Committee on Drainage,
Introduced a bill tn ereut a Aro plug ut or near
the Interse-tlon of Becond street west, and
noilh I street, l'sssod.
Also, an act authorizing the laying of a main
nu beventh street west, from north b street t'
l'ennsrlvania avenue. Tassed.
Mr. Bayly, from the Committee on I'oliue, to
which was retorred the hill from the lower
board to establish u Ash wharf and dock, re
ported in lis f.ivor. Passed.
Acts were passed for the relief of A. U.
Fuuiphrey and Mrs. C. I!. Itosll.
A resolution was passed, asking the Hajoi
lor a etatomenl if the account of the til) with
ll, lUnlc nf Washington.
Also an act discontinuing departments two
and three In tho fourth district.
Also an act to r ide and graiol Tenth street
west, from D to E streets north.
Comxox Ci uncii. The President l.ild before
tho Board a i nmmunloatlnn from the Mayor,
transmitting his approval of an act for the I e
llef uf Thomas Joae and othen: alio, an act
for the construction of a Jail: also, a Lninmu
nloatlon from the Mayor lu answer In h reso
lution of this Board on the subject nf the out
standing claims for building the Central guard
house. The last communication whs referred
to the spei lal committee on that subject.
Mr. Lewis prosenlod the prtlllon of John 0.
Adams and others, praying f r Improvements
on Uighth street west, trnm M street to Rhode
M.ind avenue north. Referred to the Com
ralltoe on Improvements.
Mr. Bhepherd prosenled tlio petltlen of the
trustees of McKcndry Chapel, reiiufsllns per
mission to drain the cellar or that church.
Mr. bhepherd also submitted a resolution au
thorizing the above named ohuroh to tap the
au.Ap nn Ninth street, for the Durnose indl
cated, and that they be relieved from the usual
Mr. Grinder reported a bill appropriating
J2iu of the funds ol the filth ward, tor Ihe re
placement of the gutter on First street east,
trnm C tn D streets north. Referred to the
Committee on Improvements.
The Committee on Claims reported an act
nnlhnrlzlng tho payment or the bill for the
repairing and lajlng plank on the brlilgo on
North Capitol street. Passed.
Tho same committee reported a bill for tho
rerolhklon of lino Imputed on Hugh Murry.
Air. (,rlnder, from the Committee on Police,
reported back the hill authorizing Mr. Clark to
build a wooden building against a brick one,
with uti MmenrimAnt allowing him to do so tiro-
vldod be obtain the consent of the president of
tbd United btates. passed.
ctoveral bills from tho upper Board wore acted
An act fixing ihe rate for carrying passengers
In nackney carnages,, o.
Mr. hhenhord nresented a substitute.
After some discussion, tho whole subject was
referred In a special committee oi tnree to ex
amine all the laws nn the subject and report a
An act authorizing the replacement of fire-
dugs back of Perseverance Fire Company's
muse. Referred to the Committed on Drain
agp An act to authorize the payment of certain
hills against the Perseverance I'lre Company,
itelerred to tho Committee on the Fire Depart-
An act appropriating 1300 to onable the water
registrar to protect certain stop cocks, Ac.
Referred to the Committee on Drainage.
An act to provide for the cleaning and liming
the streets and alleys ol this olty. Referred to
the Committee on Improvements.
An act to Increase Ihe compensation of the
ward physicians. Referred to tho Committee
on Ways and Means.
An act for tho relief of F. T. Sanila Passed.
A joint resolution in relation to the bill nf
PnnirrAss nn the subiect or the building or a
iai In this District, and remonstrating agttnst
;. ..r .V. 1.111 I- II- n....nl fnrm
1110 JiaSBttliU Ul lll Ulll IU .0 JI.BBV.. .V.WI
a Inlnt i-Rsnlullnn. annrnv nc of the record'
rooYidailon of B. B rrenoh.tbe Commissioner
of Publio Buildings, In his letter to Congress on
Iho subject or tlie Canal, passed.
a hill for the lmurovement of Fourteenth
street west, tn the boundary, was, after somo
A Inlnt rflKOlutlon nn tho subleot of the aboil.
lion of slavery In tills District was concurred
In, as amonaeu ny tne upper iioaru yeas it,
nays 4, as follows:
Vo is Messrs. Callan, Dlmonslnn, Given,
Hltz, Lewis, Mohun, Morgan, Mulloy, Peake,
Raub, bhepherd, Stevens, Talbert, and Wilson
Nava Messrs. Bylngton, Grinder, Murtagh,
and Richards 4.
Mr. Morgan asked leave tn withdraw Iho pe
tition of W. B Dyer. Granted.
Tho Joint resolution nn the subject of the
Washington and Alexandria railroad was then
Mr. Callan offered a resolution that the oom
tulttoe heretofore appolnlod on this subject be
requested to present a full report of all the
Particulars or this whole subject, Including the
titnrr tha rights, reiiniinslhllltles. and the
judicial proceedings In the case or this road,
and report to this Board.
Mr Shepherd said that Ihe history of this
roan was bad enougn: re did not want toannw
iinv more about it. lie was readv to vote on It.
Mr. Given said that al the Informal meeting
of the two b ards he had been convinced of the
duty of passing this resolution. lie men oner
oH tlin tnllnwln-r amondmenl:
iVoctdc'd, 'that the said Hays shall deposit
within the snaoo t f ten dava alter the oassace
of this act, the sum ort'i,ceo,suhjeot to the order
of the Mayor, s a forfeiture tn this corpora
tion to onsure bis faithful lulfilment ol this
Mr. Morgan said this was a plain proposition
to buy tula road, u is ior us to say woetnor
we will accent the proposition nr not.
Mr. Callan said ho wanted all the reasons rur
this sale spread nn the journal nflhe board, an
that when any of his constituents asked him
the reason for his vote, he could point to the
facts as mere reooroeu.
i Mr. Wilson thought this matter had boon
pretty thoroughly ventilated at the Informal
meeting, and ho was ready tovoto on it now.
, Mr. Mulloy did not approve or secret meet
ings of these councils. He wanted the busi
ness of bis constituents transacted, in a maunor
that they oan nnderdtapd. '
'iho question was then taken on the rcsolu
Hob of Mr. Callan, and It was lost yeas 8, nays
0, as follows i , ,,
Yeas Messrs, Callan, Hltz, Lewis, Murta2h,
Mohun, Mulloy, Peake, Talbert and Rlohards
Nays Messrs. Bylngton, Edraonston, Oiven,
Grinder, Morgan, Raub, Shepherd, blevens and
yess li, nay-vAMhll'.wsi, ,
Teas MeiJM.iyftnlmfi'W.II'd, JWnVnun(
Given, Orlnder, 11117, twl, Muriagh, Peake
nsiih:Pnsr,rtl,'iBievfna,1lbort, Wilion and
Yajs Messrs. uuiun, Hoigsrrana uuimy
ihe final, passage was defeated by yeas 5,
nave 13, a follows t
Yeas- Messrs ujingtnu, r-omnnsion, uivenr
Elevens and Wilson 6.
Nays Messrs. Callan, Orlnder, Hill, Lswls,
Mortagh, Mohun. Morgan, Mulloy, Peske,
Raub, Bhepherd, Talbert and Richards 13.
Mr. Morgan moved to reoonsider the vote
last taken, pending which,
Mr. Udmonston moved an adjournment. Car
Churctl.. Cloatd lijr the Proirolt Marshal.
Two or the Episcopal Churohss or this cltr,
the Church or the Ascsnslnn, Rev. Dr. Pink
ney, and Christ Church, Rev. Mr. Morsell, were
closed last Sunday) by order of the Provost
Marshal. This step, we understand, grew out
or the refusal nf these two reverend gentlemen
to read a special prayer whloh the Bishop of
the Diocese not long since prescribed for the
ohurohee of this city to be read as a part of
the Sunday services of the church, and of dis
orderly or riotous proceedings apprehended In
oonsequence or that relusal. The form or the
firayer has been published In our columns. It
s understood that the Provost Marshal had In
rormed the clergymen who refused to read the
prayer that their churohea wnuld have to be
closed If any disturbance was threatened. Ac
cordingly, on Sunday a military guard was
placed at the doors nf the Church of the As
oenalonand Christ Church, but the pastor of
the Trlnltf Churoh officiated as usual, notwith
standing the fact that a majority of the vestry
have adopted the following preamble and reso
117 II. ...J.n.anJl .,!. .. P T rl n 1 1 f f?tl ll.h
Washington, behoving that civil government Is
an ordination or Ood, and that the attempt by
a band or traitors to overturn and destrny the
(lovernment nf the United States, without any
declaration or grievances, Is an act or unparal
leled wickedness, and that It is the duty of all
loyal citizens of the Repiihlio to manifest their
gratitude to Almighty God for the victories
achieved by the annles of the Union, do hereby
itesnioe, inal I no omission on mo pari ni our
tnmnnrarv nector. Rov. B. W. Svle. to read with
the snrvlces of tho sanctuarv the nraver of
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thanksgiving I r tno vicinrios vouensaica to
the Federal arm es. anil a so r.ir tne nresorvn.
tlon of the national capital from the lorrors nr
blockade and siege, locentiv prescribed Dytne
Bishop of this dlorese, is offensive tn the loyal
reelings or the wardens and vestry or Trinity
ohurcb, and, ir a'lowcd tn pass unrebuked, the
said omission Is justly oaloulaled to excite bus
nlclnna as to their lovaltv as citizens or the con
gregation worshipping in said church, whilst It
would tilso show that they aro wanting In a
nroDer reSDect ror occlesiaslicalauthorllv.
Ibsohed, That tho highest and best Interests
of Trinity ohurch require that the connexion
with it nrltcv. E. W. Sryle should be Immediately
Bv ordsr of tho Vestrv:
L. J. Amixhson, Register.
Mr. 8) le.lt Is said, denies the authority or
the vestrv to take suoh action In this matter.
and has given nollce of his Intention to submit
the nutter to tho membership. Meanwhile,
great Interest It nunlfesled In tho result nf the
airilr, not only in tno several cnurcnes inter
ested, but by our whole i nmmunllr. It Is said
that a large jirnpnrlion of the members of these
churuhos sympathize with their pastors, while
those who really feel thankful for Union victo
ries, and tne deliverance oi our cuy rrora
bind ade and siege, do not desire tn have the
unjust suspicion ol disto) ally resting upon them
bv countenancing the refusal of compliance tn
uo reasonable a requirement as that of the
worthy Bishop Whlltlngham.
Never, tu the whole u urse of our lirlel exist
enco, haie an seen an much drunkenness In
one woek as It has been our misfortune to set
In the week just rltsed. Go where you will,
turn in whichever direction you may, and you
will ho coimiclled tn sen one ni more drunken
men, before you have walked the length of a
square, flow shall this stale of things be pre
vented? We perceive that the provost guard
has taken care of a number of the kenpera of
the lowest and vilest or the grog shops. That
Is very good as far as it goes. But why not
stop the officer from drinking as well as the
Drlvater nmasn Hie uoiues anu oarrets. aim
arreat tho keepers of the "big establishments,"
una tno wura win nam nern rignny imitated.
Do awav with the demoralizing example u bleu
the officers present, and the work of reform u
tloa in tne sotaiery is raoro man nan accm
Kllshed. What a tltin and noblo spnclmen nf
umanity is a temperate, sober, healthy look
log soldier! And now completely the roverse
is a degraded sot in the uniform of an American
Another aittrder Trial.
Criminal Court. Yesterday morning the
trial of Ibomaa Morris, cbargod with killing
his wife Margaret, was commenced.
It will bn recollected that nn nr about the
Uth day ot Octobor last, she was found dead
at her residence nn the Islaid, her head and
face being shockingly cut and bruised. Mr.
Norris appeared as counsel tor the prisoner.
The jurymen selected to try the case are all
from the regular panel, aa follows t
Joslah Ray, Charles 1. Queen, Wm. A. King.
Ilnnrr Newman. Benedict Hulchlns. David
Shoemaker, John Walsh, Win. B. Windsor,
Francis Harper, wm. li. uiiicr, I'atriCK Hc
Devitt, Samuel Breretnn.
The ev dence was slml ar to that beluie the
coroner's inquest and tho examining magis
Anotlier Death by Uarnlug.
A man by the name of Cuslck wont Into an
ambulance on Nineteenth slreet, west, last
Saturday night. In order tn get some rest, and
hv some accident sol tho straw on flr. When
the watchman discovered tho fire, the top of
tne ambulance was neany ourneu un, and uu
sick was found on the lloor horribly burned
and speechless, and riled soon aflerwanls. He
was a sober man, and Is said tn havn a family
anu owned some properly m Baltimore.
Meeting or Itebels In Washington.
The folloalng. whloh we copy fri m an ex
change, wo give for what II may be worlht
"Within a tew dais past, fur somo roascn
not yet discovered, the rebel sympathizers in
Washington have been unusually bold. Meet
fngs have beon held, aril crowds of Baltimore
rebels, whose visits, to Washington have been
very rare of late, participate in them. Ribel
songa aro sung with great glee, and It Is alloged
that, iindor tho influence of syrens, even Union
army nlficers have been induced to Join in lite
ulmrus. It may be the last dying song of Ihe
swan, or the promise of renewed efforts tn
cherish tho rebellion. The leniency ot tho
Government towards this class of pAople has
not noon annroclatod by tliem. when our
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troops occupied l,eomirg, nigiu renoi nags in
tno new pattern w ere inunn. n nai ueun ftoer
talnod that they were m ida hi Washington City
and Inrwirdetl to l.eosburg."
Oi llio live rebel prlionern captureil u lew Ja)
alnce ny tuotHtnmenioi untieaoiaiescttvairy,
ut NeHDBeco river, twenty two miles bflhiw Al
exitiidrU.oii the old Itiohmond ro.ul.are Lieut.
u. II, II ay wood, BlRnal onrpa or tho robei nrmy ,
formerly of Baltimore, jwul privjites JitmesC.
Athey, J. W. Towbrldne, B, T. Wnlaon, Hnd Jar,
T. JIouKton, of Colonel Hay'a Tezaa IUngerr.
The party BurprUed constated of neven, two ot
whom eacaped. Our chvI ry wore guided tn
the rebel (jump byJogeph Stiles, a trlod and
f ilthful Union man, of Fairfax county, who for
Rome time past has been acting as guide to
Gen. HemlemKn's corpi iVarmee,
During the month of Maroh, the Cleik at tho
City Hall has lsuod elghly-four roarrU II
censos, being, a considerably less tiumbei I ban
... i s s) m .1
CaUoc.lt.es, Hod Nails, Knlarged Joints, an! all dis
eases of the human freet, cored, without pain or loss
of blood, by
1R VIUTK,BuaaoM Chibopouut,
420 Penuiylvsola Avenue, between 4a and 6th ets ,
Room No T, sec md floor
Office hours from 12 m loop m
llfntftil nrl beiiai-nt nnsrlment for I idles
Ladles and Qtntlemen at Untied at their residences,
m&r 27 when deflrcd
India Rubber Goods,
Rubber Blankets tor Soldiers. II 26 each
Rubber Ponchos and IllanteU combined, $2X0
India Rabbi r Coats, white and black, $2 60 each.
India Rubber Lcggins, tl per pair.
And all kinds Rubber Goods including Rubber
Bool and Shops, Rubber Stoppers lor Hott.es , Door
Mat, Underihcollng fur Bud ih slcknein, w , &o , at
ma&ufaotttrcrg' prises, it it A HALL'S '
1 India Rubber Warehouse,
JU8 Pennsylvania avenue,
deo 19 tl Bet Ninth and Tenth its
rwIliQstuurBulisantl AiubrotvDea of all
sixes are taken on a ntw plan only known to the
prcprletorefthe McClellan Art Gallery .awtjevcnlb.
i.reet, lour aogrs bvovq '
WiLLSitn'e Hall. It uRoid us V'Val pTftVsT1
ure to aannance tt.o'appe iranre-of ihatuperb
oprano, MSdme Henry O .Watsdn, who had
rendered herselflustlr celebrated In the Ph I
harmonlo andN.Kcrk clsselcalconosrts, who li
to make borapixaranco on Thursda; evening,
ot which occasion she will be assisted by a
brilliant corps nf artists, consisting of Mr. S. B
Mills. Mrs. K. A. Drummond. Kz, J. R, Thomas.
and Miss NUa. Foster. We know that the
fashionable and the'mtiela-Invara or this eltr
are on the qui nice of Interest tn see arid bear
this grand combination of melody and art.
miss ninais a wonusrin nerseil, as an eiocu
tionlst, so young, so beautiful, and so talented.
Fork's Arnx-ttm The srseaance of the
great tragedian last night, as was anticipated,
nueu ine nouse irom nrcnestra in gmuery. ll
Is useless for us tn ear how Riohelleu whs ner-
formed, when all know that none In the wide
universe can equal Forrest. To-night " The
aniac" will be presented.
KtmitL's MmsTRBLS These lusllr celebra-
ted recipients or publio fame and favor, opened
last night at Odd Fellows' Hall, and were
greeted with a splendid house. We predict for
them, during their brief season here, a great
Labies' Fcstival. BAr-rlST Cnuscil There Is
still an opportunity tn aid the cause In which
the self sacrlflclni ladles of the First Baetisi
ohurch are engaged, by a very pleasant visit
anno xoungHen'svorisuan association rooms,
Pennsylvania avenue, between Sixth and Bev-
Ladies' Festival. Presbyterian Church.
This Festival will be found a very interesting
place lor the visitor any socially and benevo
lently inclined Individual. Franklin Hall, corner
of D and Ninth streets.
CANTEanrRT. This magnificent establishment
Is still the centre of attraction. Tho large com
pany of beautiful and highly talented artistes is
growing in publio favor each night. Those who
do not see the "American Cubas," Millie Fnw
ler. In her fascinating dancei, or Ihe " Fairy
Queen of Song," Julia Mortimer, miy have oo
( aslon to regrot It. Ihe dance entitled "The
Gipsies' Lay," by Millie Fowler and Julia Mor
timer, is by rar the most attractive we have
ever een upon any stage, and Is alone worth
ton times tho price of admission.
Tho Delevante brothers, Carter, and, others
nf tho company, appear again tn tilght In new
acts nf performance. Those who attend to
night will surely leave with the determination
to go again.
, i ,
'Hie IsMllstn Herb Dottor,
bk wisb nr.Miur, ir iitoo i.ate.
Call without deist, and see Dr TUMBf.ETY,the
Indlai Herb Doetor. By so doing you will ticspe
the iron srasn of merearv and olhmr baleful Dclsons
Nay, more, ycu wilt beeoms cnoe more In poWnlon
oi lost greswai oi an c rimy dio'siois uesun.
I desire vosr prostrate hesrts to lift,
Your bleeding woondi to rure,
And, with ths treasures of N .lure's gilt,
iiciieve ine rion sua poor
The lollowlnir ii a list of of the rlironln enmnlslnts
wiiivu era iriuivu uj ut lumoieiy nuu unpsrai
dims es ol the Lungs, Heart T.lver, si d Thrsu ;
irvir. fjsiniria, rum, ni i iibi B i.anie, linen
mitlsni Diaea-es or the Kidneys aid Bladder, acd
all IllseMiarl Ins: frnmlniruiitv of the Blood. inch
ssfJcroi.aorKlag J-vll, l.ryslielas, ht Antlnny's
Mre,iiiiurs, rcver ogres, oi niwcvsr icngsiani
"a. , ., ...
Also, stl oiner oompttcsiea inronio compuiais
which hve bsflled the iclenre acd skill of ca'om!
doctors "A goo 1 tree la known by It good fruits,"
and a good physician bj his meet ssful works
8o don't lie ca-tdown, be you ever so 111,
IIUI go ana piriase m ills saiKruir ssin,
I hit never has filled, there are hundreds can tell,
Who are brought from death s door, l ow happy and
Ills cbsrgcs are moderate MI'd treatment snd good
Wi 1 soon purity the whole mass ct your btflod ,
MsllgQSi.t dlicsses he soon sb-ill put down.
There ate thouasnds cou'd tell now who lire la Ihls
The Ind in Herb Dcuor wilt describe dUeMciand
tell hu tttttieoU the nature or llicir LomDlKlndor
tllnc4W. without rewlvlBg uny tnfoiinat.ou from
llifm no cnarge tor ooonnitauoD
Oinm no lt,VMKOi UaUding. renaijrlva
oU kVpniM,oorjeror bevcoih street ,
SJ s sj .
I'ceiilv ol carriage Is malnlv dcDPodent un the
judieloux preservation of ihe feet, and la rain job
try to walk In a natural man it-r, if the treat tup-
ponoi your wnoie irame do in m oiio-a(rea conoi
Hon i-eraonal conttort will bo lort without care
bcsidee which, a nalad.en advance, all locontollon
h prevented, and lunte much ol not only corporeal
but mental aufferUg airing., up.
avriif ltlf UlellKn Pl.oto.7tailifid Am.
brotype Qallery. 540 heventh etreet, four doors
abov D.hu lie omc a WanhingUm lpttition for
ihe most plcideg (Jtrtcn de Vinitt- ft will be ytur
Ivu by not patrouUln lutl a in r feet caUnllibinent
KrWc tire iUatU incll tlie attention
olourct tzcQRand ol lento tk MMtl in Ari Gal try,
5 40 Seventh trift,f urdocri abjvo 1 There IhiiO
other ilaoi in tlih city wtrro m beautiful 1 hoto
erapm ana Amoroiyptu are ukd. aaa wnere to
much polltrucu ! ehown to custciuen
Wliltehut-sl, Ho. 43ft P.stn. Avenne,
Is selltDK origlD&l cnrfirs b nistte photogmiilis
of UeDer.ils Hoott, McClellan, Wool, lUnks, Fre.
mont. rjuunr, unit tuners, uur iiKeness m
McClellan Is the Ulest tiithlisheil. mid Is con
sidered the best In existence. Heo our photo
gratis tn oil and vraler colors. A.lso portraits of
distinguished men. Attention of ralUtury men
It called lo our lull length leueri es, rorsend.
Ing by mall. ilno U
On the morning of ihe 31st Marnh, Mm. Ann
Elua biinn, wife of James 0. Smith, aged .15
ye.irs, after lout ami patient suHerini;, whloh
she bore with UlirlslUn forttludo.
Her fuueral will tako place at 3 o'clock p.m.,
this day, trnm the residence or her hutband,
cr. er of Tilth and II streets. Friends and ac
quaintances f Die tamil) are respectfully In
viiod. without further notioo.
0,n the Oth ultimo, Maky A. K. Kask, In the
SJd j ear ot her gn, wife ol Juiiihm J. Kane, and
unlj uaupnier oi tiiuumf .tnu lu.irj- Ann Dyr
roKtor. Mar fttte rest in neace.
Ihe friends of the family are Invited to attend
the funeral lrom the residence of her father.
u)2 II stroot, at 10 o'clock ou Tuesday, April Ut
On tho 31st of March, JamekW. Allic. In the
Utth j ear of his afio.
His funoral will Uke pl.ice from the resl
denco of his fathor, itoberl Allen, on street,
between Sixth anq 8eenlli, on this day, at
:; p. m. HU friends ure invited to attend, with
out further notice.
Iteptrtfld thlt lirj on the morning ot the Sflth Inst ,
In tho 634 year of ber age.Mns Oiima uaaotiita,
belovel wilu of Prof J O Arms, ot thWoity A
natl.eofNew York, a lady ot superior intelleotu!
an1 moral cu turr, most ol hsr Ifie was deputed to
ths vduibtloa of htr own sex an! the tuooeavful
ftabiitiIi"K of lejua o seminatlct of a high order,
cliiclty in ICci tucky bhe did not live In ln, but
Departing, left behind hs-r
root prints ou the sands ot time "
Fur the latt ia viirt ehe was a resident of Fairfax
county, Vl'ginla until tbe8unmrot H6t,nlien,
Willi ucr uvumjiiuii,pu wn U.UIBVU i jtiu(i in
the Metropol h from the cppretion and tetroortne
Snutlierti irmv Her latttr dava were itafldenel tr
the lo a of heryaungett ton.a lad ol twelve years,
carried offby he rebels, the knew not where
hince uie aae oi niiuen. sne nm nern. noi odiv
ciisltttnt metubrr, but an earnest worker lu ihe
Church ot the Kuircnvr iter earnest Christian
life lound an ample IMA for u tfutnetis, (.specially
ilnrt a her resldetce in Virilnla. Manv will risa
up and call her blessed, while she uhlnei ai a tar of
t io tlrmtment in tho presence of the Bedremers
fair ih luil irurteen vtr shi has been a mat
miTirer. her ml ft riBsf be.ns intenvliled bvthuvlo
lenos that compelled her loturo her tuck ui on her
napp) Virginia Home, (jeniroycu anu umui, 11 uy
v An rial hanisi Hut araca all sufficient suataluid
her, the Saviour iu wham she truitud did abide with
Jthu icakes a dvlnir bed
Feel soft as downy pillows are "
Hers wis tbat perfect love which casts out all
f.iar. No clou j daricntd her briffht hone of heaven.
She knew whom she beltevrd.Nnd thtughiheva
cantohalr is leit la her home, a bereft husband and
sorrowing boes, with m ii'i ing irlends, are consoled
ny tno twMl ranee tnai sne sieepa in uwui- hyp
" where mortals weep no more," for no tear Is rhed
" Ho fades a lumroer oloud away ,
So sinks the gala when storms are o er ,
10 gently shut! (lie eyo of day
oo aies a wave along loe snore
" Ble-scit are tbe dead who die In tbe Lord '
NEW BREAD BAKERY,
DO L:ouIaluis HvenuV,
Near Tenth trect
bteaily cmploymtut ind good puy, sp 1 It
(IKUTtKICATKS UF INUKUI
00 UU II T
HirrKNIIOUSE, FANT A CO ,
tp l lw Bankers, 853 1 a avsnus
Sick sum woTjaMsW oldibiu m
rtuVlaksd la ooaforsslty with the reMlaMea of tie
vemaie i rf suy av, unu
, 41 HmiMnHotfMal, Onxwtoxm, March 21.
3d do Artillery ... 1
S4. do do 1
tn ao utf... a
lsth Ke w York Tot..,. 1
Id Maine Vol
7Ui do do
Bth do do...
ISth do do.. 1
ltd oo do., t
ll Mlehtgsa Vol 9
d reaa Volunteers..
4th do do.,. t)l
loth New Jertet Vol. a
seta as oo.
Cameron Drsioons... 4
1st V 8 Chasttuta ...
Officer's servaat 1
(a) An officer.
At General BotpUal, Union Hotel, corner Bridgt
and wauanaum streets, usorowotm, Jiarcfi zt
lstN.Y. Art 1
lllh II. T. Volunteers. 1
14ih do do 3
11th do do 6
ieth do do t
Mill do do 7
3M do do 9
4lh do do It
40th do do 4
Mrth do do 1
uth do do e
nsd do do 10
71th do do o
S'st do do e
Old do do 3
Oth New York Csv.... 1
In Peon Cavalry.... 6
3d do do 0
sill do do I
sd do Volantcsrs.. 1
sib ' do do 9
eth do do 4
Bth do do s
rth do do 0
loth do do 8
izih do do 3
M do do 1
Pith do do J
l.t do d 1
Sid Pcnn Volantcsrs.
3d do do
Oil do do
Mth do do
load do do
Stockton's Mich Vol. .10
3d Mslas Volunteers.. 4
7th do do 1
Isi Excelsior Brigade. 1
Bd do do.... 1
Harris's Light Csv'ry. 1
Bill uaiicr.... .i
Sd Vsimoel Vol ...
4th do do..
6th do do...
eth do do ..
Oamsron Bifles ....
eth do Artillery,
eth do Cavalry .
1st do Chasseurs
lBih do do
rzd do do e
Al Jlotpilal at Cblurnbian OoUegt, Wcuhlngim,
3d U.S. Cavalry e
4th do do 1
Bth do do s
!d do Infantry.... I
Uth do do 13
id Maine Volunteers . I
nth da do ... 1
MthNew York Voli..
looth do do...
los I do do...
ltud do do...
llooket Bautlion .....
Ut H.J. Ctrftlrr
10th do Vol...
7th Msstaohnaetts Vol.10
luth do do..
ia aa viTKirj,,
I: I. Artillery
81 Itl.ode Island V.l.
zd Vermont Vos
31 do do
Bth do do
eth do do
Slh do do
2d do Csv
Ith do do
131 h do
3d Md Kofftneen
8 h MichijruB Vol
loih Ind Volontcfn .
6 th WUooimIb Vol
lit MtonewU Vol . .
At General Hospital, (Gird,) Washington,
'id do do
4th do do
tih do do ,
eth do do ...
lit U 8 Artillery.,
id do do.,.. ,
mtiU S Infstntrr..,.
I7(tl do do
uiN. Y utllcry..,
m N. Y. Cwa'ry
nth do Vol ,
did do do ,
3d Penn rtva'ry..,.,
stfth dn Vol
tSth do do ,
mh do do
at Virmont Cav. ,.
31 Vermont Vol
fcih N II Vol
1 it Minn Vol
At Indiana Uonnlal, (TalesU Offiix,) Washing
ton, V. a, March n.
itihluitlsna Vol cs
13th do do 1
Uth N V. Volunteera ll
sth do do
l&td do do
014 do do
Slh do Art
Ilth Maine Vol
CBlii-r(,u Dragoons. .
Isl If S hharuara....
24 do do
Ilth II S Infantry. ..
Alb Michigan Vol ....
2d D O. Volunteer.
za Mlchlgln Vol
Sth H 1 volanteers .
Cant. Whitnev'a li.de-
I lit do
Slh N. 1
1.1 N. Y. Arullsry..
lotto Penn. Vol....
o-th do do ...
tt.t do do.,.,
slat da do.,.,
eld do do....
pendiut Compauy.. 1
Quvsrnment employee 1
At General llotqiUal, Hckirujton,) Washington,
U. v., Marat i.
2d do do.,
th do do .
81 N Y.Cav....
(MthN Y. Vol
i 102d do do
' TtthPein Vol
1st l C Volunteers..
liU H Uharrsrs...
id da do
Tib Maine Vols
ldlN J (.av
llthU 8 Infantry,
lit New York Ait .
l.lhN. T Vol
roth do do
Ojd do do . .
At J)ouglct3 Hospital, corner of 1 street ani New
Jersey Avenue, March 21.
Hsjor, Paymaster..... 1
i-tU a. Art l
5 h do Uavalry. (a) 7
sd do ln'antry .... 1
tlth do do I
Oith do do
looth da du
iOlst da do.
lilli do ao i
17th Jo do e
hth Maine Vol S
Ut N j cavalry b
Camrron Ursgoond ... 4
lat Penu Cav 1
Sth do do 6
Mil N. H Vol J
91 Vermont Vol 6
4'h do do., .(b) 1
23d Maw Vol J
2d K I Vol 1
in r Ait .... j
New lork lulcprnd
cut ArilUeiy .. .. 1
SthNew York! v (c) 1
lit II S i hatiteitrt ., l
1st Lone Island Win . 7
SihN . Volunteir-., 3
Reserve . I
n it do
8 Id do
.d 11 C VoluDl.rra . 1
Mil Wis Vol 3
lal One Csntaln and a Chantaln
(n) Asilstant surgeon (d) Cstalo (e) Csptaln
At H. Bhabtth Ilnsptlnl. Eastern Jlranch,
Mth New ark Vol...
6i h Vermont Vot ....
ud New ork Vol....
list do do ...
Mtu di do
6ihN. II Vol
8&thPeon Vol S
7?d do do.,
UStllN Y. Vol ....
i3th do b ...
I6ih Uat-s ui. , .
sidN Y Vol .
6th ViM.onRln ol
'Jih Penn Vol
itth Maine Vol
lut U H ChaftNturs
imh Pen Vol
Ifltli New Jersey Vol.
MthN. Y Vol
sjij Penn Vol,,, ,, ,
2d Maine Vol
Mth New ork Volt,,
H'h do do ...
64th do do,,,.
Sick rtmabilng in the IfapUal for EnqAive
Diseases, ai KaUra.na, Jurci Jl.
.d U U IoUnt.y..
dth do do ....
4th do Anillery,,
id do Cavalry, .,
5th do do ,
loth New Je'vey V.l.
ls do Cav.
(3d IV nn oluniers
9ist do do...
lol it do do...
.tdih do do,,,
107th do do .,
1st Pcnn Cav U C .
rth do Keicvo. .
lttli da do
th to do ,
Uth Maine Volunteers 1
1st Mass Yd
linn oq ao
3d do do
IxtN Y Artillery....
l.ll.N Y. Volunteers.
jTth do do
lllh do do
61 st do do
Tflth do do
BUt do do
New York Mounted
flth Wisconsin Vol..,. 1
lftth Indiana vol ...
2d P C Volunteers
'id Ilcrdan Sharp srs S
istU.B Hharpxhootera 1
bervant, Uen McCall s
A dO dO D
4th do do 6
tth no do b
.ft! do In ran try . i
34 dO dl,,,, 1H
4th do do 10
rth do do 4
loth do do ,. A
11th do d 3
4f Jn-i-ol TtoimUnl. AlaA'nt Tnrch 21.
cm' ,lo so,, S4
Mrth do do., . e
7ltn do do...,M
S7ln do oo .. a
BSth do do... 3
litzt. Y, AtUUery....1a
d do do 1
lit. do Cavalry 1
llti do Battery. ... o
ltth do do l
nil d i
Bth do Cavalry.,,
sth do do....
Id do Artillery.,
Ith do do...
3d Pean. Voltauera
M Mains Volunteers,
Sd do do,,
4th do do.
Bth do de.
7th do do.
Bth it . Usmtahlie Vol 7
6th do do. 1
id MlsMchisettJ Vol. 4
d .... e
lltn de do.. 1
Uth dq do.. 1
SJd dor do.. 7
tat do Bat.. 1
1st Bhode Island Art.. S
Ith Connecticut Vol... i
3d Vermont Vol 1
Sd do do V
Sth do do II
ith do do II
6'h do do.,.. 1
tatN J.Csra'ry 39
Bd do Vol.... 3
4th do do 4
1th do dl 1
10th Indians Vol
lit do art .
37th do do.
1-tlh New York Vol.. 1
3d Mich. Vol
3d do do
4m do do
Ith do do M
1,1 Wisconsin Vol.... 1
3d do do 1
Ith do do t
eth do do 3
bib Excelsior ling.... l
1st Minnesota Vol 1
German Artlllerr 3
l ameron Dragoons , ss
Stock on's Mich Vol. 1
37d msss vol
Kennedy's llsttery.... 4
44th do do.... 4 , ltMni Art 1
otli do do..,, 6 1 New York Iadepad
6-i do ao ... 7 ' cntBgtUrr 9
Mth do do. ...IS CUIien 1
'rt do do.... o 1'rlsoncrof war 1
3l1 do do..,, 1
f3d do do....li th-aI 7W
HKL.M HOLD'S (IMIIN PlikPAIlA
1 iox Corel Urtrtii Uladdei. Uropty, Kldst?
HKLM HOLD'S Genuine Preparation for rain In
the Baok, Headache, sick Stomach
V Hta aa? ertuement headed
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BTJCKU
In another ooiutrn mar 7 3-
TTP.LMBOIiD'S GeDnln. Preparation for Nerromn
. ana Debilitated butTcrtra
TTKLHBOLD'S Genuloe Preparation lor Lom of
Power, Lou of Memory.
HKLMBOLD'S Genuine Preparation for Diffi
culty of Breathing, General W eaki cm
HF.LMB9!.1)'S Qenulne Pnpirttlon for Weak
Nervea, Ilcrror of Death, Trembling
HELMBOLD'S Clenalne l'reparsllon for Night
Swests, Cold Jeet Dimness of Vision.
TTF.LUBOLn'S Genuine rrersra Hon for Languor,
.aa. universal L,asmsaae pi mi Aiuiwaisr ayBiem
TTKt.MUOLD'S Qenulne Preparation for Falld
. Countenance and Eruptions
FRANK. IN CO.,
-Uft rsvti'A avs , pobth sins, sitvus twblttsi
avd tntaTsaimt artssrs.
KVK at.ASSEK.wlthlliigenulne Pibhle fqusrU)
Lenses, correctly tilted u the particular condition ol
the orgsus of Sight
MILITARY FIELD ULASSr.8.
And HA1IIF.MAT1CAI. INSTRUMENTS, tc ,
At tho Lowest Eastern Pricis
Sl'KClAI. ISU1I K-I JAKi: 1'LEASURi: IN
Informing my frleoda that 1 have Just received
a oof vr itoek of the beit and tiutst Cluthlag in the
Duntry, which I am nuwollcrinr t lea than whole
tale i rkei, at J A HMU lib Clothing More, INo
10t bevtnt'i trett, near F.
J W. KEBP,
Formerly over Gall a Jewelry Store,
mar 8& dsm
Hliw TliaMI'SON will fiMB oar new (B
it j let, of all and Winter lllllinery on Than -
The attention of our former patrona, and the pab
lis generally, le Invited, and an examination aollolt
el.atour Vanoy Mid UtUinary btoreo SID I'eon
ylfjuila avenue, between Winth snd Tenth mrteta.
ootnu nurruiNHcm a uunbo.
1 VMtl&tlKD IIOOM.-Porlor untlrour
1 ComiorUbly turnUhed Chambers, pleasantly
tltuatid for the Bumaier, wliloit will be icnteduii
i cry reasonable terms lo l gie gentlemen or fami
lies ArplyatNo l&S corner oi Pennsylvania av
enue irnii Twrnty te coud street 1 he location Is a
dtslrablc uic.hb meals can be obtained wlth'n a
few tloori of the rrndeutc uur liU 81
OK. AL. KO PUOl-CMAl.il WILL BK ItK
IJ celled by rut, iitiill noon on tbe w. day of April,
or puilinjc qown a stiver uaouijf ir im no uovrrn
nent Vrlallcjf (ilboato liocr Cictk lior iaxtlctt
srs, iD.iuIrs uf Mr LlDkolo, al the office
1 J .NO I) UtHtl.ES,
mirI03t blsr bupt Tub I'rlntlng
Dr,l'OT OKAK I KBMAH1 LIC 8 (IKl ICt,
Corner 1 Ishlecoth snd U stre Is,
.1 iteiiiiiK'uii, .. 1. i.ivi. , iou.
healed rronosMti will be received at tins oIUlu uutll
Malurdsy.llieisthdii of Ainl. ist?tat li ooock,
ID , lor atiivemiE in ine cu oi iv bbi iiKion ai suoa
a nilnt as tbe Depot QuarieimiMer may direct, tbs
lollowlDgnsmea 1 inc. i.usinr,ii
ISO LOOT ct 4 4 (1 ioclij oommoa CQlllngs,
4 (li Isefi)
s by 6, 14 "
J by 4, 10 "
8 by 4, 11 ' "
A'lthe Lumber to be delHeicd witbla 20 dajs after
flruiug ihe contract
Ihe Lumber to beltupeclcil by an lostctor ap-
roiaiea o& tne pari 01 ine uoveroment
Payment to be made upon the saUalactoryeompte
tlnn f th 1 oiitrisct
Proiioaals must be plainly marked, " Pro. csils fur
The ability of the bidder to till the contract, should
it be awarded lo him, inunt be guaianteed by two
responsible pirsona, whoe (signatures mu t bu sp
p nJ it to tli guarantee
1 he rexponsibllny of the guarantor must be shown
hi the otflclal Ct rtitio ite 01 tbo 0 crk ot the nc ami
dUtrictcou t of the United Stales district attorney
ltldders must be pros nt In person, when the bids
aro tpcnca.or ineir , rujHKa.i. win not nvounsia
lk)nds,lntbesuiiiof five thousand Jollirs. signed
by the contractor snd buth of hit guarantor, w It
bt required of the rucicitslul bidder upon signing tbe
lbs right to ej ct any or all bid that may be
deemed tuo b'gh Is renerred by tho Depot (uaitei
Informal propow'a will be rejected
form tf GuaratiUt
We ,of the county ot .and Mate of ,
and , of the county of , and S'ate ot -.do
hereby guarantee that is able to folill a contract
In accordance witi the terms of his proposition , and
that, should bis propoeliou be accepted, he wl 1 at
ot.ee en er Into a coutraot in accordance therewith
bhsnid th 1 costr ct be awarded him we are pre
partd to bcome his securities
UothisiguiranKe must be appended the certltt
(.ate above mentioned ) U II UUCKF.lt
mar U (o one I and tuartermsstrr
QIIIKTA I aillKTS t RIIIH1B 1 Al OLD PlllCh,
VJ at ct3iiiaa,Au mu ocveniu Direct, opposite
I'l-ai Otttce mar . dJm
KVKKimiA b AITKNIKIN IS CA1.L
torur new stock olhDrina'Clothinii.I'nrnlBh
Uoods, trunks, Hatu and Ctiis, at No 400 8eveuth
street, opposite the Pest Office
mer JO dJm
A I.AUaK I.OI OP MILI
Si. sale ubeap, at
opposite Poet Office
saleubeap,at UMllUb,No UU etutn st
mar itw u m
NEW srWX SPRINU CAP JLSl UhU D,
only 91, at No 4tiO buenth .tri;et
mar io dJm
I7UftNMU.I UOOMS TO LK1-A1 3bJ
' street, between Ninth and Tenth streets
lO UK KICK 118, BUTLK.H.S, SiC.
A new llrht.four wheeled WA
GON, with water rroot covers,
nit handsome leather ouahlana.
built to order at New York and cost ll83,Fuli
BALB. at a moderate price Also, a New York
marlfl ( nt DOUHLK IIAUNLSS. nlated fltUnra
I never used Also, a set of plain Sinolb Uaaiiass,
, ti I quite new Apply for address of Stable and Qroosa
1 to 417 Seventeenth street, oorner of I deQ 'U
.BaBBBBBaa.rnjBBfc. ia siHSbmSI
iltUrJ ATIH-..V.KU1I.-Jtii r roan. Pro
rrlelor snd ttaneircr. Joat 11 Walnni Jitiaav
TUKSDAY EVKN1NO. Anttl 1st. Ihe Brest
drama of THE MANIAC.
Michael., John McColloogbv
Mary. ,.,... Mlaa Aarte flraham
Ovtrtnre I KDlMK BLANCII-bv the Orchea
tra Toeonclads wliliMl NKIOHUOR'S WIKK.
Kmith V. . Harrison
EUWIN iOBBEbT'8 nlghh Mocdsy, Wsdtsa
dsy, Than Jar, and Friday.
EDWIN FOKRE8 1 u JACK OADE
Box i dee open from u to l , sud fro a 3 to I o'elock,
when seats can be aenrsd.
a dmtsaloa- Dress Clr.le snd Psrqnetle, M cents
Balcony seats. SliO.-chfl,traaitj.ei- Tamil Circle.
u wuu, ii w raira cuarae ior leserrro scan
apt C11AS E FOBD, Tress'f.
IN EVIDENCE OF A
COMBINATION OF STAE8I
Ths KQUAL of ithlch can be nowhere fouad la the
World of Amnsemen's I
OnSKKVB THIS BBILLIAKT LIST r NAMES M
MISS MILLIE FOWLER,
MISS .JULIA MORTIMER,
HISS LIZZIE FRANCIS,
MISS FRANK LA FOI.I.G,
HISS MARY BLAKE,
MISS LILLY BRANDON,
HISS JULIA KICHUOND,
HIS3 FRANK SECOR.
ilAHKY J. OAKTEIi,
THK I1EST Ollt'nFSTHA SOUTH OF rlllf.A-
J9-No change In the Admission rrioes,-Cal
Admlsilon as cents ; Orchestra chslra 10 cents.
For Ladlca and Families, on
WEDNESDAY & SATURDAY AFTERN002I8,
When lavish distribution of ELEGANT PRES
ENTS Is made Klch and eostly J.w.lrr. Books,
Tots Kanev Articles, SKAVINO MACU1NE, and
SAUfllilusni otun. ina,nisE9
Star Admission 20 cents ; Children 10 oents.
mar Dl Star
MADAME HENRY C. WAT3QN,
(01 the Philhsrmoale snd New York Classical Con
ceris,' will give tier
First Grand Concert,
Tlinrsdaiy Kv.nlog-, Apcll 3, ISO.
Oa wh ch occatlin ehe will be assisted by the follow.
log eminent biiii-b .
Mil & 11 MIII.S.
MRS ILI.VOIC A. DRUMMOND,
Oil. U n I riirjiA-.rnfi
II IBS NlfA FOS1E1I,
1 he young, accomp'lsbed, sudbesntiful Elocution-
so Drtlllantiy succcssiui.
?iuicii inrecior nr. itcr-ry u vvaisen
llckeU.Une Dollar each
FKeserved seats, 10 cents extra
mar si 'a
II A I, I.I
nemr Post L'lnce,
VJ Seventh Street,
..Lessee and Manager
MONDAY. MAKCU 01, m,
GRASD INAUGURATION JV67JT,
A bllOltr KNtJAQKMLNT
oy the famous
Kunktl's MfiUtinale Opera Troupe.
M- LSB OKVMUUU. IIAItUV LKUU.
(J W Charlei, Prof Ahrend, J. II nalmr J II
Kojs, w uardner, u u j wu, Vf v, wonon,
lcrd'nd Kpourer, J Al?x F Uher. Ileinrich lon
ch, Master Lmerson, iind a nomber of popular
an I efllJienl Auxiliaries, making
OKAND COMHINATION COMPANY
LIGHT Or f lA i'RVHSStONt
wh have performer, at
Kt'NKKI.'H Ol'hrtA IIOUSi;,
Tub Ualtihork AuaDhHr or Moic.
More Than Ixco Hundred Consecutive A'ijUs.
Mr. KllNKl-L begs leave to infouu the publio of
Us-hiri. onthat with hla
O Ilk AT COMfilNAlION COMPANY,
he Intends to make a
CIIANUK OF PKOUKAMML NIGHTLY,
and will rdtx to hU pal runs
N0FL AND AhUbIKO
rhiracltrired throuKhuut by
I UK UT5IOSI PUDICUY
tjr bt tuiure adver lacments and imall bills for
T AOIK8' KAIK AND FKSIIVA1..
Tbe Lidlcor the KlUItTII HtKSm TKUIAN
would Intorm tbe publio hat they Istesd opeolug
tlnlr lAUtand KKHllVAIj on idonaay evsnlnjj,
slsp.lisi. o SjEntl&us tTcrv aftern'on and evening
during Ibe cek st KKANKI.I.N HALL, corner of
niDUl IDIU sue. a, vus s'liiBre s"if rBuasjivauia
averue As the proceeds of the Festival ate to be
spp ltd towards ine liquidation of a debt now rcitlna;
uiion the cburcli tley earnestly bope tbat tbelr
labora may iu"et with abundsnt suco.as
Kilresliments and ranoy Artie) s in great variety.
Uood music e Aih etching.
h.seou 1 iclccta cu cenu single Ticketa 10 centa
m rSl t.
TIM; BEST PLAC'K IN TOWN TO hU
Clo'hlng u itibMiril'S No 460 Seventh it
upixwlte Post Olhoe
HAltNUM IH IIKKKI
4V-ON KUF.r, LXHIIIITION-Ooeof the beet
toik. of Clotiiing, FurcUhlPg Goods, Ilats, and
X 11 VII of the above Goods for eale very low.
mar 3 d3m
LADtfc.8' KAIU AND tfsCNTIVAM-THL
entertainment of the staoul at P VltKKlt'iS
llAl L roemaorthe YounK Mens Christian AmO
elation.) Pennsylvania avenue, bitwten blath snd
btventli alreets, comweuciDg oa Monday, March
3.th, t.n4 to conilnu a wvtk or mure beacon
nanus, tv cenu Mngu gumii n, iu ccnis in
fresbincnts of all Wind. In Hu te t rtvl-, and fancy
article. In great tnety AH tsst s putted, and the
wnoie or ine prto.tua 100, u in rruuiiuinK 111c nrti
itaptUii unurcn, war ..-iw
rim not 1-ouTiih: rf.ori.hS cloiiunu
1 HlOUb, No 400 toeQth street, where you
nu tin tbe b ut stock nf Clotiiing, 1 urntsblng
Goods, 1 rui k Hats and Caps, at low prices
L'LurilING AMI 1I0S SI11UT3 AT
less than (list cost, at No 41.0 bevuntli alrut.
tusr JO d3m
A OK NTH 'AM'.iD To sell new aind
li, nvel rsient Ar icie in 11 asnington auo
travel and sell lights Addnss " ,'' Uox 41 Ui
cral I'oit Olbc.
msr vo If
Till. APAM8 hPUI sS COMPANY
h li L D IK H H ' It I. y I t 1 A N C K S
lo their families at any lit on the liaescf their
rpriMt tt u char., of
TWt.NM H h HMs
hot anysum not exccodlDg ti ty Dollars, and a
proportionate additional charge to places reached
by oonntctl-g hxpresnes
The remittance whethr (J old, Treasury Notes, or
Allotiuknt Draft, should be enclosed in an envelope
and ttecurely sealed, and nave tne full adores tin
eluding town, poet oil:c, aod Sta'e , and In cities,
the srtet aod number) of the person to whom to bs
a nt, and tne amount ieglljy marked, thertun
J-nelon;s tor b rwrpode may te had at our
lofscl itatu prompt dilvtry tho chaige for re
mittance bhv,u d be prepaid
msrBl-lm AU.VUb l-APKrhj COSIPAN,
i-ticatiriKiii. CUITNTIIV SMT
13 1 Oft ALh OU ksXCKANUV.
tol a HouiK ta nu Cit.
UMAE U PAUK,
U H Patent Omoe
milF. OKNTLKMAN WHO TOOK
brella.on lat Saturday, with ths American tlag
bra tth 'a
nine iiinoiv, win pieaoe irurii uiuu
U bmtth'i clothing store, No 460 Seventh street
and get his own
NKW GOODS! NfcW GOODS t-CLOIIINO,
Furnishing Ooods, trunks, Uais and Caps, at
Northern prices, at No 400 Seventh street, near V.
mar ao dam
V tVAt.f. At HAItAII.nAVCVI1tn
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c;orncf roau mi rv ho 10m p,ITr
OROCEKIKS. LIQUOUS, SITrfctrlS- HTO K, .
tC At AUMIOK-On TUF-SUAT-'MllHaiHIl,''
Arrll 1, eommer-clnic st 10 o'Uocl, wa U1 a-ll al ihe
Auction HcsiBis, an aeeMlmenlofOroetrlei.LlqnOiT,
antlers', SnMll..,o , , tompri.ln;r "' A u
Aiarreis rennaa,jruww.nv.i- --
Boxes Adsnanlln and SterUe I andl.s
,' lleUns Oosben B.tt.r. lloiea thees.
Boies Snap, Ktarcb. end riofl's
Csses WhilT, Brsndr, Kin Wine, snd Cordials
rase, claret and Herman Wines,
Csse' Van Mien's Bltrera, -GliCcvk'ill.Msa.lrs.ajidrort
liarrili Birop, birrela and boxa Herrings, snd
Barrels WbtskT,dl.nnt bra-ds J
U aid .'( Iisrrels Itrandv
llserels Flonr f c
Boxes Tubscoo and 8(gsrs.iHirrent brands - ,
Osae. Boots sd ebuea, ladlt Knkher lilsnlets
Flsnsel Shirt., Olovee, l'inca, '
And other Sutlers' Small Stores i.
Also, tn Iron Safe and t Copper plate Press,.
br 6 lest, sued by the late J V, N. Throap
' ' ' WALL , BAHN A.nn.
usr tl Auctioneers.
IIAI1.1KFHAL.1-; Or JIUUSKUULOSnilVH.
I shall selL.br virtue of a distrain for rent of the
Sools tnMnattela of Mrs Wa'ker, in front of the
.uctios Store ofOreen A Williams, tt 10 o clock,
m , tne louowing anigies, vis I
Three Bedsteads, two FetiUer Beds, one Mattress,
lot or lttiaing,
Three Carpets, oce Cooking 61ote, lot Feather Pil-
Two Hocks, three Titles, lot of Pictures, one Look
One Crib, three Venetiau llllnda, lot of Lamps and
Four Vaks tins old Chairs, throe Buckets, four Fist.
Irons, lot Crockery,
Olsaswsre, Knives and Forrs Tubs Ao.to
' .....u ulllli., It.lllrt-
GUEhK A WILLIAMS,
mar 56 d Auctioneer
BY OttBUlf AWILUAinK. Atirl lnra.
Corner Pe.entb ard Ditret! N tin
On rrELA,lnt dajrof April, at 10 o'clock. a
m,we fhall ll, at our Auction ltoomi, a gtxeral
araortmentof FurnltDre.ae .viz.
At ihojtany H itae, Chain, and Tablet
Wardrobe, lledMeaaa, and vfulittaode,
Cane, Wood seat, and other Chair,
Frtather lUda. Plllowi. ard Mattreuei.
Carpeti, Cook an otter Stoves,
Cni a.Olaa ( and Crockery Ware,
H'x Walnut Extension Tablet,
One lane covered iptlrg Wagon,
Aid many o her articles too numerous to et.u ntr
ate URUKH it W1L.I.IAUR.
mar SI Auction!
Y J. C. McOUIUK Ac CO., Auction-rr
IIOUSi:'. CAltniAOKS, HAKNRPS to . at
Aictioh On Wedceeday otonlng Atril J, ft 11
o'elrck.atthvcxitnnlTers abledot K ll HatWic,
a . HHh ttreit.0DD rl i theCltt llill.wr xtitH
tell t,U bU CanlageetlIor?eit, Hirnem, Ac ,crmplrt
w n SVl..tASfcB ll.aaU MAm SI nla. oim
as jltV"1 3 VJ(ItKC A !"- intl Islgr,
3 Top HugdlM, J no tup ItugUt,
1 luo eat Wagtn, wfihtop,
1 Tno neat To without top,
l Itockitray fof fjur perkors,
1 Ilandiome trench Coupee, by llrtwiler,
&S--U Ucuble Hircen',
ft Mngle llarnepg
t i'atr tioi lar bay llornn,
1 Pair brb tali OirriufrdJIbriei,
8 Single Kuffty lionet,
1 Lady'aaod twoxentlemfn'tSt'.ijiff,
Together with HUnke't, Hone torer. .sirolDKlei,
Cutting Itoxes, Korku Shovel", Lantern', Ac
Thp ibore miv becxamlt-ed anr dir nrttlouit to
Sale peremptory. iim cenii
J C McGUIItn A CO,
mar 81 d AucUonetra
BY OHKICI. A WlLLIAniS.Aut.loneets.
TltUfcThbH HALK OK IIQUSK ANU LOT
fcASl OK TUB CAPITOL, Al AUCTION -On
HONOAY.the 14th dsy of April, tsoi, I lull sell
in front of the premiets, aiti o clock, p tu,&n rtor
of a deed eftiuat to tbe Rbbccrl.er, and dnly re
co'dtd In Liber J A S , No 142 to.ios4)9,4jo,431
and 418, one of tbe Land retords lor Washington
county, ln,the District of Columbia, the .following
named property lying atd being io the city of Wa h
letrion. OLitrictaforiaald.viz went Dart of lot num
be red eleven (11,) in equnre numbered tea hundred
aDU S'VCu liW.J iiiiiag uuut vi inn inwitci
nine faehes (it feet inch ) more or lean, on north
F, between Iwelflh a&d Thirteenth ttreeti, east
ruaning back to au alley 115 ft ft, moie or less, to
f;ther with the Improvements, which are a dwtl
log hous. 4o.
Tmxi or ISiLi wlD be one hslt cnth bslarcc
in six and twelve months, ihe purchaser to gTve no e?
for tbe ilefeired payments, beating Interest from day
of sale; all convey and tg at tho CJ-t of tbe purshJv
r; the cash payment will b itiiulied to os jalJ t
down, when the property h knocked off, and ifnnr
patd down, the property will be Iheu and lher
irlt. nut iinand holillo the h1ffhet bidder thlt will
comply ,and if the whole terms are not compiled with
innveoaya.uie irusno rtru uw num iw ip-"-h
th nrooirtv at the il.k and coitofih dellnousot
furohaaer, by advertising the same, three dajs, in
be Kcpubllcan paper
tsViJ't A J A IU Villi 1 1. A I UO w,
Gltr.LN A WILLIAM.
Y WALL fc DAH"IAU,Anet'rs, lor. ol
Ninth atreet snd Penn. Avenu
the 28th tUv
iv 01 Ami. iet.'. ai 4
April, 181.', at 4
o clock d 111 . br virtue of a d(
dtt 1 of trust recorded
InLlbcrJ A s.No ffi, folio
ht, t tfi .onfof the
lai.d records for Washington county, i, C . I shall
Sill. at the Auction ttocm-i of WML k Barnard,
to the highest bidder, a portion ot ths tract of land
' PLI.AMANT PLAINS,"
Situated in the county of Waahivton,on the .sev
enth street road, I mm d lately adjoining the toll
keeper's houe.at tbe ..rat tol gate
Tcniu made known on the dav of ale
U H WAKO,
WALL ft BAUNAUU,
mar 20 lawlwSds Auctioneers
KWYOIIK LAW AND COLLECTING.
NO CHARGE WITHOUT SUCCESS.
Law and counsel la the State and United .Slates
and all financial business attended to promptly.
We guarantee eucoeiw No charge without.
a .. house.
Councilor at aw,
10 lierkirao strei t, Nw YcrK.
jsJaTlWi yattvn&3iA and IniUJStatetlitura bend
for circular for reference, a-tnot-Vte counsel, fee
Jan 4 tf
A P1UKND III NKfc.l. THY II.
Oil SWEF.rS INFALLIBLi: LINCUhNf,
The great external remedy ot the age, prepared
trom the recipe of Dr Stepben Sweet, ot CoDueitl
cut, the celebrated booe mtter, whow fame U u
rivaled by tbat ot any living man It is a curtail
and Immtdtatit cure fur Kheuinitlum, Gout, Is rural
itia, bpralas, Braiees, CuU, Wounds, tioreo, lluru.
(scald, ITes, Lumbago, Headache, lootlkach". and
all Uheumatlo and Nervous Dbioiders, luxttroal In
Jur.le!'2 ..,. ...-... .-..
AU lUw "u " '
UlLUAKDbON ft CO .Proprietors,
For sale by CHARLES STOTI, Ueueral Agent
lo Washington, and by all dealers,
NOiICK. PropotaUlrom dealers and miller"
are Invitt'il tl.l the loth of April, ie. for fur
Dishing 1 LOL U to the bub Dep t, 01 the same kiod
which ha been receive 1 by the U ri Uowruineul
and known as No I extra
bampUsoftbUUour can be seen at thcCa.ltoI
bakery In thU city
It Is dcsmdto make a cor tract for CO,uoJbarrtH
bhoutd, however, auy person leslre to fumUu a t
quanty, he will state the precise number r banvU
rito oontraclor will be required to furuUh at tne
rate at 60J oar re is uauy unm ine coair.v u un
No Klcur will be rioelved which doa- nolo mem
to the standard at the inspection madejuit beiore the
pUhe Hour to be delUered at the rallioaJ depot in
Washington or at any ot iho wiebou-e in On rge
liovtiuiuent rwwneslhe right ta njrti any bid for
DPaVus to be made ia li ry 'i.n; Y
bids to be directtd to Major A UfJKWIMI,
U 3 A , aluugiO0, D. O
kikii' siiiuoi. tint uiuha,
113 Par Qnsrur, breach and Muitc Included.
Mu A ZAITOm,, l'rloolpsl,
No 111 K atreet,
Near th. Circle.
W runUbtd Booms (or Uent.ooveiv nodcrati
tesms m the sain bol fllnif 'Is1 ' '
XTOW IS THE TIMi: IO 11U1 Hl'K'V'.
1 Clothing, Trunks, Hats, snd Ca, at M 4o
uur ;v. dcu