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THE EVENING STAR
W. D. WAi.l.A' H, Kdlt?r kri) Proprietor.
WABHIHtJTO!? OITT I
WEPKkSDAT JCME 1, 1964.
iTBIiDINtt MATTIK Oi* IVERY PAGE
?BE OlTTglDE ?OK INTERESTING TELE
GRAPHIC Ah D OTb KB MATT IS.
LATEST FROM SHERMAN.
THB ENEMY ATTACK AND ARK REPULSED.
SHIRMAN-S LE T WING REACHED THE
RAILROAD NEAR MARIETTA.
EVERYTHING PROGRESSING FAVORABLY.
Waahikotoh, Jan* 1?7.30 a. m.
T# Mtjtr Qtnrral Dim :
We hare no intelligence this a. m. from Gen.
Grant later than yesterday at 6 a. m.
An official dispatch received bereatl o'clock
Ifcii morning, dated yesterday?31st?at Kings*
too, reports that Major Hopkins, of General
?U ueman's at* IT, came frt m the fr. nttbis even
ing, and says the rebels attacked at ? 30 this
morning, and at 10 o'clock the atfair was over,
the enemy repulsed, and onr left reached the
railroad near Marietta. To accomplish this
object bad been for several days the purpose
Of Gen. Sherman's movements. Additional
forces are reaching him, and ample supplies.
Epwi* M. Stawtow, Secretary of War.
A DISAPPOINTMENT AND FAILURE.
The Bolters' Convention bae nominated Fre
mout for President, and John Cochrane for
This is a weak ticket and disappoints
tne just expectations of that large class of
patriots who lo ked to the Convention for a
muih stronger combination, namely: Vallan
digham ior Preeideuand Howard, the pro*
clemation forger, for Vice President. They
argue that if indignation against military ar
rests is reckoned upon to carry the Bolter
icket, victims should be placed In nomination
inetead of mere sympathisers.
iST Wm. Knabe, the piano manufacturer,
?who died in Baltimore recently, left charitable
beqnetta to the amount of several thousand
dollars His ^ntire estate is valued at f 125,(X<?,
Thb Sac&aTARY of Wab has had many de
fenders, even it he has b en "the best abused
man of tbe *?r." But the only def*nce he
r.8< de is a plain statement of the work he has
done and is doing. From the New York Times
we quote the following suggestive paragraphs:
? Secretary Stanton h s been ihe best abused
man of the war Many of the disasters have
b?en fathered upon him, and very tew of the
victorc?s have b^en put to his credit by the
estimation. Without discussing the exact
value of his services to the country, it is worth
wLileto consider occasionally one grand fact
w hu b is almost forgotten by the public, aad
> et which must reaouud in history especially
to the ciedit ot his a iministratiou. We mean
the wonderful orgamia'ion by which our im
mense armies are kept constantly supplied
with food, clothing, ammunition, and weap
"We had in the Secretary's dispatch, re
ceived on Tuesday, a brief record of a single
week's administration under the War Depart
ment. Witbin eight days after the great battle
of Spott?yl\ania Court House several thous
and?probably some twenty.Ave thousand?
veteran troops were forwarded to G-n. Grant,
and during the tame time rations sufficient for
his whole immense army were supplied him.
Twenty thousand sick and wounded were
transported from the field of battle to the
W uhingtoo hospitals and placed under surgi
cal care Ov?r eight thousand prisoners were
conveyed from the field to prison depot?, and a
vast amount of artillery and weapons, won
from the enemy, were brongnt away. Severtl
tbovas4 fresh cavalry horses were forwarded
to the Army of the Potom *c; and many thous
ands of reinforcements, wi'h arms and ample
supplies, were sent to the other armies in the
held During the same week a fresh army of
thirty thousand men was mustered into ser
vice, clotted, armed, equipped, and trans
ported to their respective po-l'ions.
??We submit that no military department, not
even Napoleon's, when he commanded the
reecurces of most of Europe, ever showed a
better week's work.
"Now, wherever individually the credit of
tals masterly organ izaton may lie, historically
it will be ascribed to the War Department.
History will bhow that during a great war
millions of men were armed, equipped, fed,
aad transported with a silent regularity and
promptness to which only the longest experi
ence in military organization can usually
attain; and for this the nation has reason to be
From Gbjt**a.l Hcstkb p (Jo** awo.?The
Wheeling Intelligencer of Friday states that
General Hunter's army is no longer at Cedar
Creek. Everything calculated to impede its
progress was sent tq the rear, and only one
wagou to a regiment was allowed. General
llantf-r has issued a general order stating that
the army was t > live upon the country through
which it passed, and, if necessary horses and
mules were to b~ butchered for m*-at
*^"The New York paper- say money is so
easy thnt loans are now made on miscella
neous eecoriti?e which a short time ago were
regarded with disfavor.
rrjp- ATTENTION COACH-M A K IRS. - The
\Jo( rpgula' monthly roie'ir.if of the Journey
anr fVarhavalters An-ocmtiim will be held on
WEDNESDAY K V KM Ml, June l.-t, nt7*o'clk,
at t'.ruokt. an'n Dlraoniro, 5 1 llth ?treet, near
Penr avenue Non-membersare respectfully in
vited tc com- forward and Join u*.
F. f KANE. 8"?
ry V THE L ADIES OF *T. JOHN'S SUNDAY
Lk-*? School, Georgetown, will hold a Fe?tieal
for the ?ale of Useful ?nd Fancr ArJi les and Rt
f'ee*jment?. it: the new Sunday School room. on 2d
street adjoining the church, commencing on
WEDfrEfDA* KVKNISG. June 1st. at O'clock.
The ladies solicit th? klnl patreuage of their
friend?. Ad"*?i*tnn<-e J c?nta jel-3t
rrW 8T1. A *|'KKRV AND F?0*KK KKtTI
V AI. - Th.- !a ti** of the Church of tiie A
oensl< nwlll hold a Strawberry and Flow-r F*stivtl
in the baseme< t of the Church, on H street, be
tween 0ih and I to s'reet*. to c?ntinun for thr -e
days, coalescing on WEDNESDAY EVENING,
the I*t of June, at 7 o'clock. The room ii no*
b-ieg elegantly decorated with b?*atiuful lowers,
A c. The lvJles are pr-pa-'ng ererytninK that can
te desiri-d t? make Hie affair ai a<reeahle a* poa
a.ble. and the* will be haopv to see all who mar
favor them with their presence je l-3t_
[TPUNION 8TRAWK8RRV FKSTH AL
LU TOR TBI
CAPITOL HILL PRESBYTERIAN CHCRCH.
At ODD FKLLOWi' HALL. IU strtftf
geaamencing June ?t. closing June 12th, with
9fM? Promenade Oneert, ?
?Je"Admissioa 1" cent*: reason ticket* 5 > cent*.
Tloktta for ocncert ft' cents. my 31 1 ir'
nr^OOLLECTOE'S OfPICIt. M*y #4 !??<>?.
Lkj Notice in hereby givea to the purcha ers at
HielaU Tax tele who have not obtained their cer
tificate*. that they are now rea'iy for <1 'livery,
aad should be attended to wi'So t f-ir her delay.
WM. DIXON. Collect >r.
nry?THg LADIE8 OF WESI.KY CiAPEL
(corner ?th and F .treeta) lake plea'ura in
anaounciiic U^at they will hold their anna-tl FLO
RAL AND "TRAWRKKRV FESTIVAL in ths
eKur??h. cummenrin* on tn?
. ? ??L / ^ ? an' continaiug ?????
er?4 days. The fren^, p?biic c .r.li%llr
invited 8ee?oo Tick eta, adatittiag Kentlaman
and Is'y, ft cent*. m. 30-4t*
I Intel. Chron. A P.epab copv.J
ry^Fl.OR?l AND FRriT FE*rrv\L ?The
ilitera in chargc of the -?t Ann'o Infant
Asylata, ooraer of 24th and K str-et., near the
Circle beg to announce a OltND P1.OH.ai AND
FKUIT FEST 1 ? AL,commencing TC1HD\ r>
Jiat, a -d continuiiig during the week.
Aa this Institution la a ut-w uaderta'iing la thii
eMy, and attended with great expense, and U now
i? great need, they feel confldenc in making thi?
aepeal t?. the guneroaity of the public, and hope
th*y will attend.
(Kipper ticket*. 5 centu Admi-s'on to room n
cents Open from J l<> ^ o'clock p. in. my 28 7t*
lY^'F'K'TIV AL AND FAIR AT ISLAND
IL < HaLL - The I ad tea of t*?s Serenth Str ?t
Prewhyterlau C. urc will holt their Fe?ti*al at
the alK-ee Hall. Commencing M >MDAY, May 1'.
One of the oeet Ba< <1? of Ma?ic io fie eit* has
Wen er gaged fer tne nncaaion. The Pian<>. klnl
ly furrished, la 'rom J e Kl,i*'? mua<e store.
Aitnilfsloi. 15 cents. e**a?n Tickets, one per*
6< n, ft cent* Family Seaaon Tickets, tl.
STEAMER ? A LT I MOR E H \8 AUKI T ID.?
C firi?iee? will plea-e atterd
t?' 'lit rtC^Ptlon of their gooda at
e 1 2t MORGAN k RUIN aHaur.
FROM THE SMEW AM DO AH.
A Reconnaissance in Ferce?A Rebel ferce
EdINBCRO, Shjnahdoah V allbt, May 30,
10 a. m.?The army made a reconnolssonce In
force and found the enemy, lo?r thousand
strong. in front of ns. We have had very little
EliirmUbing np to this time.
KHERNA1 REPORTED AT DALLAS.
Louiavi i-L?, May 31 ?The Sunday'ay hattv
nooga Garette says Sherman reached Dallas,
Ga., on Friday laat, and made his headquar
Municipal Election?Candidates, &c.
[Y-5=?T0 THE VOTERS OK THE THIRD
Purine my late absence from the city. And with
out my Knowledge, I wan selected by the Uncondi
tional Union men in meeting assembled, as their
nominee for re election to the Hoard of Aldermen,
bv a rote of nearly two to one for my competitor,
(tnen ?snow>Mr. Shepherd, whose friends called
the meeting, voted for their candidate, but being
defeated, now repudiate its choice. 1 therefore
regard myself, of course, as the only regularly select
ed randidate for Alderman in the Ward, solemnly
avering that if Mr. Shepherd had have received
that nomination, my name would not be before you
to-day. There was, I learn, no preference er
Sre?sed at the meeting in favor of any one for the
taroralty, though the active friends of each of the
candidates were present and participated in the
proceedings. For this reason, doubtless my name
ha* been inserted for Alderman in both the tickets
published in the Star. Having be-n frequently
interrogated as to my preference for Mayor at the
approaching election, 1 take this occasion to sav,
a? I have always done, that I am the personal
friend of both the deserving gentlemen who are
aspirants for the office, and have been Agreeably
associated with them m the city Government for
several years past, but, as Mr. Wallach has dis
charged the responsible duties of Mayor generally
to my satisfaction, and is the present incumbent,
I shall, therefore, cast my vote for him on Monday
For Beven consecutive year* I have represented
our Ward in the City Council, and never abused
your confidence by uring my official position to
gratify private prejudices or personal animosities,
nor given a vote that was not designed to advance
your interests atad prosperity, individually and col
lectively. If re elected. I shall pursue, on all oc
casions, the same course, well knowing that only
by so doing can I hope to merit or receive the ap
probation of an intelligent constituency.
Junel,l*>4. (je l-4t] JOSEPH F. BROWN.
THE UNION NOW AND FOREVER.
RIGHTS OF TITE PEOPLE ARE NOT TO
MECHANICS' AND WORKINGMENS'TICKET.
For Alderman of the Fifth Ward.
ROBERT W. EDMONDS. je l-?t?
0^=?8IXTH WARD UNION TICKET.
John H. SEMMES.
For Common CorNciL?
JOHN K UERRELL,
jel 4t? HENRY E. MARKS,
nfs^TUIRD WARD INDEPENDENT UNION
JOHN H. SEMMES.
Foa Commos Corse il?
A C. RICHARDS.
H. B. CURTIS. je l-4f
LL5 IN UEPENDENT ALWAYS LOYAL
John H. SEMMES.
PETSR M. PEARSON.
WILLIAM T. WALKER.
moses t. Parker,
CHAKLKS F. BARNES.
For Asses or?
je l it* PETER HEPBURN.
nrS=?TO THE VOTERS OF THE THIRD WARD.
lk_? Having this day seen my name upon tbe
Stmmes ticket as a candidate for Alderman of the
Third Ward, and ilesirous of having my position
distinctly understood, I have to say that I support
Richard Wallach for re-election.
ALEX. R. SHEPHERD.
May 81st, IBfil. [my 3l-5t]
flTjj^TO THE THIRD WARD VOTERS.?The
undersigned tales this method of inform
ing hia friends, and especially the voters of the
Third Ward, that he is not a canlidate for the
Board of Common Coancil upoa either of the
tickets in the field. I wish it understood, how
ever. that I am a friend and supporter of Mr. Wal
lach for the mayoralty.
my 31 te job W. ANGUS.
unconditional union ticket
JOHN B. TURT0N.
For Common Council
jam ES KELLY,
H. C. WILSON,
JOHN A. RHEEM.
my 16 te* THOMAS H. DONOHUE.
rrvar*FIRST WARD UNCONDITIONAL UNION
John Q. SEMMES.
GEO W. EMMERSON.
For Commos CorxciL?
JOS. E. RAWLING8,
PETER LAMMONB. my21-te*
my 20-te* GEORGE T. RAUB.
ry^=-S ECO N D ? A R D UNCONDITION AL
LL5 UNION TICKET.
JOHN H. SEMMES.
GEORGE T. RAUB.
For Common CorsciL?
WM p. SHEDD.
THOS. W. MILLER.
my 31-6t* [Ohron A Intel.]
THIRD WARD INDEPENDENT UNION
John H. SEMMES.
JOSEPH F. BROWN.
For Common Cocncil?
A. C. RICHARDS,
? . F. McGHAN.
1 or Assessor?
H. B. CCRTI8. my 31 te*
!Y-s=?THIRD WARD INDEPENDENT ONION
Jot ? ? TICKET.
John H. SEMMES.
^ ? A H. SHEPHERD.
For Common Gocnpii ?
A. C. KICHARDS,
For Assessor ?
H. B. CURTIS. my 31-te*
rv-^?THlRD WARD-/U2VK ELECTION-The
aJ unconditional Union voters of the Third
Ward will support the following ficket at the ap
proach ingtnanici pal election, vis :
?* "*R%HARd WALLACH.
JOSEPH F. BROWN,
Foa Commob Cwcnctl?
NOBLE D. LARNER,
THOMAS A. STEPHENS,
J'JHN W. SIMS.
JAMES P cKEAN ap JS-tf
11% ? WE HAVE BEEN REQUESTED TO STATE
'>Jv, that Mr. N. D. LAIN ER is not a candidate
for the Roarl of Aldermen from the Third Ward,
out is a candidate for re-electio i to the Board of
COQimon Council from said Ward. my 24-te
(ry=?THIRD WARD?JUNE ELECTION.- The
"^conditional Union voters of the Third
Ward will support tbe following ticket at the June
?lection : __
* * RICHARD WALLACH.
Foa Aldbbma*? *
. ALEXANDER R. SHEPHERD.
Foa Commob Cockcil? '
F. D. LARNER,
JOB W. ANGUS,
JOHN W. 81*8.' t> g.t,
FOURTH WARD INDEPENDENT UNION
JOHN H. SEMMES,
foa Commom CocaoiL- _
W W MttORE.
G M. WIGHT
[Intel., R?pub , Chron. & Con. Union.]
my 18 te
KT ' ? " UUTft&fe?* D"I0,,iL
For Mayor iohaju) walla(jh
Foa Alobb^-- pBppBE
JOSEPH FO LA.NHB
my 1J MICHAEL LARNER
Foa Matob? ^
m . RICHARD WALLACH.
Foa Aldbbmab ?
CHAS. I. OANFIPLD.
Fob Commob Oopboil?
?. DYER. mavt-tw*
r-y?8IXTH WAE?1^NOONDITION AL UNION
RICH \HD WaLLAOH
Foa Aldbkma?? "?
JuHN H. PEAKS. m,* f
fy-^?FIFTH WARD INDEPENDENT UNION
Lk3 TICKET. ?
JOHN H. SEMME?
For Aldirm am?
For Comho* Cocucil?
TBOtfPSON VAN RE3WICK.
WM. F. WALLACE,
JOHN W. MEAD.
my 28-lw* NICHOLAS WATSON.
Q^=?SIXTH W ARDjCN^ONDIT ION AL UNION
I op. Alpk||^^'ALI) McCATHRAN.
myS)-7t* THOMAS B. MARCH.
nfS^SIXTH WARD.?Mr. Editor: Please an
ILJjj nounce Mr. GEORGE A. BOHRER an in
dependent candidate for the Board of Aldermen,
is C i SEVENTH WARD UNCONDITIONAL
LL? UNION CANDIDATE.
FOR RM ELECTION.
SBVBNTH WABD UNCONDITIONAL
IXJT UNION TICKET.
CR08BY S. NOTES
For Oomxow Cocscil? _
H W. HAMILTON.
my 20-te JOHN H D. RICHARDS.
ry-==? SEVENTH WABD UNCONDITIONAL
F?*AldEPKTBB M. PEARSON.
For Commo? Cocncil?
JOHN G. DUDLEY,
W. T. WALKER,
JOHN H. BIRD. my 1?-ISt*
rrg=? INDEPENDENT UNION OANDIDATI
IJl ? FOR MAYOR,
_ A JOHN H. SEMMES.
*p 29 te
BEN. G. ROGERS.
.iATE Stage Manager and Comedian of Grover's
Theater, ana now after three years' service ungen
erously thrust out, asks the favor and support of
the public for his
at Ferd'a New Theater. SATURDAY EVENING,
June 4th. A fine Comedy and exciting Drama.
Bee bills of the day. je l-2t*
MADAME AHOLIAB wishes to inform her
friends that she is prepared to read to all
who wish to give her a call, the present and fu
ture; point out the future husband and wife. She
is an impressed medium, and can be consulted on
business of importance. All confidential. House
No. 827 B street, between 6th and 7th. second
floor, Inland. jel-lw*
J REMOVAL. "
OTICE TO FARMERS. MARKET GARDEN
ERS AND CAPTAINS OF VESSELS.
The office for the sale of Manure deliverable from
the different government corrals in the Depart
meniof Washington has been-T^tnoved from the
corner of F and 10th streets to tne corner of E and
12th streets, one block from Pennsylvania avenue,
on 12tb street.
The planting season being over, now is the
proper time for farmers ami gardeners to lay in
and haul a supply of manure for top dressings and
fall use. Large quanaities of well rotted manure
on hand and for sale at low rates.
Wanted?Vessels for New York. Good freights
and dispatch given. Apply to
E. HEDGE, Agent.
Office?N. E. corner 12th and E street*.
Jtl-Sw 1 block from Pa. av., on 12th st.
Washington. D C., May 31. ISM.
The following contracts have b?en awarded for
Cavalrt Accouterments, under the advertisement
from this Department dated May l.the bids for
which were opened May 24. IS'A :
new tork ap.->:nal.
Wm. Kinsey A Co . 5.0W sets. &7 i.
Wm. Kinsey A Co..fl.OU sets, #7..V.,
Wm. Kinsey A Co., 5,000 sets. ?7.!?'.
Wm. Kinsey A Co.. 5.0(K? sets ?7.:?4.
John J. Pittman. lo.OOO sets, 17.04,
ST. LOCI8 ArSEKAL.
J. B. 8ickles A Co., 6,000 sets, f8.15.
Emerson Gaylord. lo,omsets, J7.90.
GEORGE D RAM8AY.
It Brigadier General Chief of Ordnance.
_. , ,, , Washington. May 31. 1854.
The following contracts have been aw arded for
8-inch Columbiad Shell, under the advertisement
from this Department dated May 4, 1*64, the bids
fur which were opened May 25th :
NEW YORK AKSESAL.
T. Terry, ljr.ooo, il? cents per pound.
fcjavery A Co.,8,0nu, Aii cents per pound.
Bejtfert, McManus A Co., lo.noo, cents per
Peyfert. McManus A Co., 4,000, 4 ceuts per pound.
Seyfert, McManus &, Co., 1,coo, 3 35-loj cents i?er
Savery A Co., saw. 4\ cents per pound.
Smith, Park A Co., 10,0 0. 4V cents per pound
' . j. george D. HA>18ay,
It _ Brigadier General Chief of Ordnance.
PROPOSALS FOR STATIONERY, "
t> i Departmmt. June 1. 1<W4,
Proposals will be received at tois Department,
until i2 o clock on Tuesday, the 2ath of June iust.,
for supplying theStationerj described in the ache
dule be'ow, lor the fiscal year commencing the lit
day of July next.
The Stationery must be of the best qualitv.
Samples must accompany each bid
The succes-ful bidder will be required to "Ive
bond, with approved sureties, for the faith'ul'ful
filment of his contract, and the Department will
reserve the right to order the articles a* it may
deem proper, and to increase or diminish the quan
tities below stated.
Articles not named in the schedule belnv are to
be furnished at the option ol the Department at
the lowest market prices.
Paper made of linen stock.
10 reams Despatch Cap. weighing In pound*
100 reams Foolscap, ruled or plain, weighing 14
2(0 reams Quarto Post, ruled or plain, weighing
10 pounds. ? *
600 reams quarto Post, ruled or plain, headed as
per pattern, weighing 10 pounds
100 reams Note Paper, r iled or plain
150 reams Note Paper, ruled or plain, hea led as
20 reams Copying Paper.
lo reams Blotting Paper.
loo dozen Blotting Boards.
3*> reams Envelope Paper, buff or yellow, royal.
13^ reams Manilla Wrapping Paper, -uper royal
20,000 Envelopes, official .-izes. plain
150,009 Envelopes, official sizes, extra heaw,
headed as per pattern.
90,(jW? Envelopes, letter sizes, extra heavy, headed
as per pattern.
7'0 fross Metallic Pen-.
B',000 Quills, No. jO.
25odozen Fabir's Black Lead Pencils.
10 dozen Blue and Red Pencils.
15" dozen Penholders.
2" dozen Erasers. Ivory handles.
34' dozen Rodders' oi Wo-"tcnliolui's lour blade
3 dozen Scissors.
2 dozen Shears.
40dozen Maynard A Noyes' Black Ink. quarts.
20 dozen Mayi.ard A Noyes'Black Ink. pints.
. 5" dozen French Carmine.
21 dozen Inkstands, Draper's, Whitneyor eauad
pounds Sealing Wax. scarlet, I
20 pounds India Rubber, prepared
20 dozen Silk Tape, assorted colors
50 dozen rolls Red Tape.
Vfi pounds Linen Twine.
20dozen large iars Muci'a^0, with Rr-ush*
6 dozen 4uart bottles Mucilage
6 dozen Blank Boo!>s.
1(mi dozen packs VisitingCaris.
3dozen Pen Racks.
6 dozen Rulers. ~
2!' gross India Rubber Ban is.
3dozen Memorandum Books
6 dozen h<>xes Notarial Seals.
6 dozen Notarial Wafers
2dozen Hort Tolios.
1 df.zen boxes Eyelets.
20dozen Letter Fil>*s.
12doZfU Writing Fluid
3 dozen Letter Clip*.
5 pounds Sponge.
2 dozen Gold Pens and Holler*
2U0 yards Tracing Linen.
?? dozen Spoogy Cups. ^
6 dozen Pi?per Weighto. je 1 ?<. 1-^, 22. .'?.
STEAMER REBECCA CLYDC HAS AttKlVtD.
Consignees will please attend to ?
the reception of their goods at once.
MORGAN 4 RHINEHART,
niy 31 2t Agent?.
10 E! I 0 E I !
I C E ! ! !
Thennderslgned having permanently established
himself at the foot of Utn street, offers to ti<? peo
>1e of Washington the purest quality of Bostcn
_:resh Pond Ice. Persons using large iainitios
will be furnished at extremely low rates, Fami
lies supplied daily at prices heretofore cak -own
in this city. Orders sent tc me at GunaelL'a Wnarf
will be answered promptly and regularly.
my SI ? lw* T. T. gQWLEK.
MOURNING GOODS OF THE BEST QUALITV,
Our stock of MOURNING GOODS cf the very
best fabric* is complete, and we are seilir g theia
at former prices, although wt. cculd not replace
them to day.
We would advise ladies who have Blacic Gcoda
to buy to call and supply themselves at their earli
est convenience. as the next importation will ccst
*,?r?*tdeal more money. Our stock now embraces
almost every desirable article imported thissei
son. and they w?re purchased by us at the late
large sales in hew York far below the cost of im
portatioa, and we are not asking as much for them
M they would cost at this time
All goods marked in plain figures #i-the lowest
0n*,Pri$fi?nlTi: 7L M 8HUSTHR A BRO ,
my 31 dStlf No. 3S. opposite Centre Market,
LL PERSONS Indebted to the undersigned
wi 1 please call and settle their accounts
mr?>-eo?t MURRAY It HEMMB*.
?HAMPAGNE AND CLARET WINS3.
L"D^wort^,i 8t?rkllng CATAWBA 0HAU
Beidsich A bo. an* C^ar'R* H-*l4?iek -to.
also, various grades TARL* CLARMT,
Together with an estensive ?to-k of fine OLO
TiYEao* BoDRBON WHI.^KIBH lB wo\4
in bottles. In st?re and for b*
BE * J. B1ALL,
?yN ?t Late MidAletoa & Sea 1, 38> fa
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
WHEREABOUTS OF 3HERMAN.
The despatch of Secretary Stanton to Gen'l
Iiix to-day, (published in oar 1st Edition,) con
tains the gratifying intelligence that Sherman
after some sharp fighting repulsed the enemy
and has reached the railroad, near Marietta.
This point (Marietta) is only 20 miles north
west of Atlanta, on tbe Western and Atlantic
tailroao. Srd is ille Capital 6f Cobb county,
Georgia. It is the highest point upon the rail
Atlanta, Georgia, now apparently almost
within the grasp of Sherman, is a point almost
of more importance to the rebels tnan Rich
mond itself, it being the center of a number of
the most important railroads oi the Confed
eracy, and the great center also of rebel manu
LATE SOUTHERN NEWS.
We have before us the Richmond Examiner
of the 2Sth of May. It states the total number
of prisoners consigned to the Libby since the
first battle of Manassas, in July, 1881, to have
been something oyer 97,000: also, that bakers in
Richmond now charge f 1.25 per loaf for bread.
The Examiner says:?" Grant is reported to
have crossed the Famunkey at Hanovertown
and to be moving down probably for the point
known as Piping Tree in New Kent county,
some fifteen or sixteen miles from Richmond.
Of the movements of Lee It would not be
prudent to speak, but the reader may be well
assured that he has his eye upon his adversa
ry and will be prepared for him Whenever and
wherever hemay show himself. Lee has never
yet been surprised or outgeneraled, and it is
not likely that he will be in this instauce. So
far the armies have only been maneuvering,
but the battle will likely come off in a fe w days.
Deserters from Grant's army sayjthat he does
not intend to fight, but is going to lay siege to
the city and try the spade and shovel as he did
The Examiner admits the repulse received bj
Fitzhugh Lee in his attack up Butler's en
trenchments as follows:
"We have some farther particulars of the
affair in Charles City county, in which Gen.
Fltzhngh Lee ventured a partial attack on a
force of the enemy entrenched near the James
river. The statements of the great strength of
the enemy's fortifications are fully corrobo
They were strongly intrenched behind a line
of fortifications stretching out from the river
in the form of a horje shoe: before this ran a
ditch seme ten or twelve feet deep and some
fltteen to eighteen fe^t wide, and an abattis
made intricate and impenetrable by the inter
twining of wire with the limbs and branches of
the felled trees. So formidable ar.d complete
wre the fortifications that we are told bv an
officer who participated in the affair, That it
would have taken our men two hours to get
into their works, had there even been not a
man inside of them. t
The force of the eremy. too. was consider
ably larger than was tirst supposed. Besides
their number entrenched there were six guu
boati in the river playing upon our men all
the time with grape and canister. Under the
circumstances Gen. Fitzhugh Lee thought it
unwise to make the sacrifice it would have
cost to carry the position, and retired after an
unsuccessful assault upon a portion of the
wcriis. in which we had some 61' men killed
From the Trans*ftliisissippi.
C'LT&TOS, La., May 21, via Scmmit, May
Oo.?Barks has escaped from Alexandria by
way of Simsport. A. J. Smith's corps has gone
up to Natchez and Vicksburg. The balance of
his army is in full retreat towards New Or
leans. being now at Morjanza, on the west
j bask of the river. Maj. Gen. L. Canby has
arrived and assumed command, B'mk3 having
gone to New Orleans. It is reported. uflM be
lieved to be reliable, that Lieut. Gen. DickTay
' lor is crossing at Atchaialaya river, twelve
i miles below, where Banks crossed. Banks'
troops are reported on good authority to be very
Within the last six days the batteries belong*
ing to Scott's command, have fired into five
Yankee transports, crippling three seriously,
knocking out the steam pipe of one. and driv
ing off the gunboat that came to her relief. The
loss of life is not known. Three stopped at Cat
Island for repairs. The forces In the district
are rapidly increasing, and Uol. Scott is ready
for any advance the enemy may make.
Gen. tee's Army.
[From the Richmond Examiner, May 2S.]
Asmt op Nobthbkn Virginia, niab A*h
laxp, May 27, 1*M, 12 m.?Both armies are
certainly again on the move. Some of the
enemy's prisoners who have just been brought
in, say that Grant commenced the work of re
crossing the the North Anna river yesterday,
and that the move occupied all last night.
About ten o'clock last night the enemy opened
upon Jordon's division a fierce cannonading,
and shortly afterwards assaulted his skir
mishers, with a line of battle, but were re
pulsed. This, of course, was a mere faint.
There was some firing this morning between
their rear guard and our skirmishers, but it
has not amounted to anything. Grant is now
moving rapidly around to our right with his
whole force, and corresponding movements
are on foot on our side to meet those ot Grant.
A day or two will probably reveal to ns the
new situation. Meanwhile we must bide our
Opera.?Manager Grover is reaping the le
gitimate fruits of his outlay in money aud labor
to afford first class operatic entertainments to
the people of Washington. His house is
crowded nightly by the elite of the city, and
the public interest in these superior musical
performances seems to have no visible abate
ment, certainly the assemblage last night
showed no falling off in numbers or brilliancy.
To-n:ght the opera of Martha will be pro
duced, and the world-renowned basso, Carl
Forme?, will appear in the part of Plunkelt,
written originally for him by Von Flotow. In
other respects, also, the opera is admirably
>pw York Stock List?First Board.
[Bv the People's Line.]
U. S. coupon 6 s, 16&1, 113; U. S. 5.?0's, 100;
Certificates of Indebtedness, (fe, Gold, ISO; N.
Y. Central, 132*; Erie, 111&; Hudson, llttf;
Harlem, 2S.J; Reading. 131'*; Michigan Central,
143: Michigan Southern, 96 <?", Illinois Central,
105%; Cleveland and Pittsburg, H3tf; Galen*
and Chicago, 13-tf; Cleveland and Toledo, 15(1;
! Chicago and Hock Island, U2)?; Milwaukee
i ai:d Prairie du Chien, 69,4'5 Quicksilver, 75**.
XXXVIII** G0NGRE88.?FIRST 813SION.
Wai'SKt-DAT, June 1.
S*satk ?Mr. Sherman, from the Committee
on Conference on the disagreeing votes of the
two Houses on the National Bank bill, made a
i report. He explained that there were only six
points of difference between the Senate and
House, the latter having generally agreed to
the former's amendment. The most material
amendment is to require all Banks East and
West to redeem their currency at par In New
Y>rk instead of allowing the western banks
on? quarter of one per cent, discount on their
note& redeemed in New York.
Mr. Hale asked what was the difference as
to taxation between the National and Sate
banks in thi3 bill.
Mr Sherman explained that in this bill the
whele tax relates to the National banks, the
State bank subject being left to the tax bill.
The rates Imposed by this bill are 1 oer cent,
on circulation, # per cent on depositee^ and 1
per ce?>t. en capital not Invested In the bond*
cf the United States, and State taxation of the
Bhares of the banks is permitted, in the hands
of holders, to be paid at the place where a bank
The report was agreed to.
Mr. Anthony reported from the- Commiape
on Printing the House bill to amend the act
relative to public printing; and it was passed.
It permits the assistant secretaries of Depart
ments to give orders for printing.
Mr. Howard, from the Judiciary Committee,
reported back the bill extending the jurisdic
tion ct District courts, with a recommendation
tbnt it do not pass.
Mr Harlan, from the Committee on Public
Lands, reported several bills, asking to be dis.
charged therefrom, including one to exclude
disloyal persons from the lands of the United
States, and that it be referred to the Committee
on the Judiciary. Agreed t?.
On motion of Dir. Johnson, a resolution was
adopted that the Secretary of War, as soon as
he receives information from the armies in the
fMd, communicate It to the Senate, if not in
compatible with the public interest.
The consideration of the Internal Reveaue
bill was resumed.
Mr. Wll?on offered an amendment Imposing
a tax of one-half of oue per lent. upon the
pro** amount of a<l sales of good*, wires, mer
chandise, produce, livestock, salllncand steam
fMieU of all descriptions, and other article* of
commerce or trad?, whether f>r-lgn or don**.
I tie, encludlnc coin and told andsllver unuw
I ufactured, tad including real estate, whether
such sales be judicial, public or private, ex
empting: saies of personal property less thin
one hundred dollars
Mr. Wilfon said it was absolutely necas?ary
to hare more money than the bill'would give
us. It would give no more thin *200,(W>t?.?Joto
wben we needed #350 (>00.000. His
amendment would accomplish the purpose
Horf?* ? Mr. Jenckes, of Rhode Island, from
the Se'ect Committee on the subject, reported
a bill to establish a uniform system of bank
ruptcy throughout the United States.
Mr. Jenckes entered into an explanation of
the provisions of thJ bill. It dealt with bank
rnptcy as a thoroughly practical question,
and provided for both voluntary and involun
tary bankruptcy. It brought the failing debtor
and the creditor to a settlement on terms mu
tually benetlcial to each. It discharged the
honest debtor on the surrender of his property,
and afforded protection to the cr-ditor ag>inst
the fraudulent practices and reckless conduct
of the debtor. Besides, it secures complete
uniformity in the mode of proceedings.
Mr. Spalding said the Select (Committee chal
lenged a critical examination o* this bill.
[Mr. Steele, of New York, offered a resolu
tion which was not read, relative to sewerage
and drainage in Washington, which was re
ferred to the Committee for the District of Col
Mr. Holman. of Indiana, moved to postpone
the bankrupt bill till the second Tuesday of
This was disagreed to?yeas 53, nays 74.
The subject went over till to-morrow.
Mr. Davis, of New York, introduced a bill
to amend the charter of the Washington and
Georgetown Railroad Company, which was
referred to the Committee for the District of
The House concurred in the report of the
Committee of Conference on the disagreeing
amendments to the National Bank bill.
LATEST FROM BANKS' COMMAND.
STEAMER DISABLED BY GUERRILLAS ON
DEATH OF T. BUTLER KINO.
TELEGRAPHIC COMMUNICATION INTER
RUPTED BETWEEN MOBILE AND
THREATENED REBEL ATTACK ON BROWNS
Nkw York, June 1.?The steamer Cahawba,
from New Orleans on the 25th ult., has arrived.
The papers contain nothing of Banks' or
The steamer Shreveport has been disabled
near Red river by guerrillas, who were subse
quently shelled out by the gunboats.
T. Butler *lng died in Georgia on the loth
Mobile papers mention that there is consid
erable anxiety there in consequence of the in
terruption of telegraphic communication with
The ship yards are very busy buHding ves
sels, and the government works are benig
strengthened. ConsiHerable watchfulness of
slaves is kept up.
Matamoras dates to the 13th of May state that
2,ih*i rebels are at Ringgold Barracks, design
ing to attack Brownsville.
MORE GUERRILLA ATROCITIES.
Phii.apelpaia, June 1.?A telegram to
Headquarters from Rolla, Missouri, dated the
13th, states that a train of Union refugees from
Jacksonport, Arkansas, under an escort of 90
men of the Second Wisconsin cavalry was at
tacked at Salem, Arkansas, by 300 guerrillas.
The entire train was burned, and about SO men
and some women killed.
Cn Tuesday la6t ten men of a detachment of
the 2d Wisconsin cavalry, while out on a scout
rom Rolla, becoming separated from the main
body, were surrounded by guerrillas and five
killed. The others making their escape and re
turning in larger force, found the bodies of
those killed stripped and their throats cut.
A gentleman just arrived from Little Rock,
Arkansas, represents all quiet in that vicinity.
Joe Shelby had left Brownsville about two
week? ago with a force estimated from 1,500 to
3,0<0, for southwest Missouri.
LATE EUROPEAN NEWS.
Farthkr Point, June 1.?The steamship
Nova Scotian, from Liverpool on the 19th and
Greencastle on the 23th, has passed.
A Copenhagen dispatch says the Prussians
in Jutland have refused to pay for the neces
saries of life during the armistice. The Danish
journals demand the resumption of the block
ade as a reprisal for this breach of armistice.
Fort Edward, N. Y., June 1.?A Are yes
terday at Glen's Falls, destroyed Carpenter's
Hotel, the Commercial Bank, and most of the
business portion of the town. The loss is un
Tub Nkw Registration L.vw ?The bill
altering the registry law of the city of Wash
ington finally passed the House yesterday with
the Senate amendment.
As a matter of very general interest at this
time, we have taken pains to procure an accu
rate copy, with the amendments, as passed. It
is as follows:
Be it resolved ly th' Senate and House of Rep.
rcsentatives of the United Stat-s of America in
Congress assembled, That in case any person
who is a qualified voter in other respects shall
oSer and claim the right to vote at any election
held in the city of Washington, whose name
is not registered, his name shall be registered
by the commissioners of election upon the
terms and conditions following, namely, he
shall take an Oath as follows : You do solemnly
swear that you will true answer make to such
questions as shall be asked you touching your
qualifications as an elector at this poll, so'help
yon God; or an affirmation to the same effect,
which oath or affrmation, if he be unable to
understand the English language, may be in
terpreted to him by one of the commissioners
or an interpreter sworn by a commissioner,
which interpreter shall also interpret his an
swer to the commissioners. If in bis answer
on oath he shall state positively that
he has resided in the city one year
next preceding the day of said election,
designating particularly the place of his resi
dence, and that he possesses the other qualifl
cations of an elector, and if, furthermore, some
qualified Elector of the city, not a candidate for
any office at that election, shall take an oath
before said commissioners, which any one of
them may administer, mat he is well acquainted
with such applicant; that he Is, in tact, a resi
dent in the city, and has been one year next
previous to such election, and that he (qualified
elector) has good reason to believe, and does
believe that all the statements of such appli
cant are true, the commissioners shall cause
his name to be registered by their clerk, and
shall then receive the vote of said applicant; or
if safol applicant shall present the affidavit of
h>mself and a qualified elector, duly certified by
any justice of the peace in" and for the county
of Washington. District of Columbia, which
shall satisfy the commissioners fbat the appli
cant has been a resident of the city one year
next preceding the day of such election, and
that he is otherwise a qualified elector, the
commissioners may cause the applicant's name
to be registered, as hereinbefore provided* and
thev shall then receive his vote; and if said
applicant or 6uch qualified elector shall, in
said matter, wlllfnllv make anv faNe state
ment, he shall be deemed guilty or perjury,
and, oo conviction, be subject to the pains and
A Dhughtfui. E? i-bstainhbvt.? There
was a large attendance last night at the Island
Hall festival of the ladies of the 7th Street
Presbvterian Church. The fine band of the
Invalid Corps, stationed at Carver Barracks,
was in attendance, and there was other good
music, vocal and instrumental.
The room was tastefully decorate*, and the
various tables loaded down with attractive
articles of use and ornament. We have not
space to give any adequa'e idea oT the various
interesting features of the room, but must not
fail to mention the superb table of fancy arti
cles presided over by the Wis. Fords, Mrs
Gettinger, and the Misses Lei. A miniature
camp scene, representing Grsnt's hetdqavr.
ters, constructed hjr a soldier of company F,
27th Pennsylvania regimenC, stationed at the
Arsenal, attract* much at'eotlon h-re; al?o,
fine pictures of Washington and Martb* WVh
Ington, wltharlchassortm-ntof fancy articles.
Next c< mes the Interesting Sabbath s ih??ol
table, presided over by Miss NorrU and W?s
Davidson. A m?del secretary, a wonderfully
ingenious piece of workmanship, b? Mr. J. B.
#H?romond, attracts the eye of visitors at this
Next is the plotnresqae "JacoVs Welt,"
where Miss Martin dispenses liquid 00Jla ?s
to all comers, . J
The " Tree of Fortnae," a novel and attrac
tire arranrement, the fruit ?r which r
by ?omc m ,tc process, ha, for &?' ??;
onm~T for immnrmptit,, pr,?
2" ?- "*"cV?'s;
r. isafissw ??;
of the chnrcb> and Miss iCmma J Martin
This too, bas i'a apecial reatures or Interest'
o-Pofwhlrt to.art of surer, /from H>oi's.i
to be awarded to the editor getting the | irrrli
ntmb-r of rote*, (is wnti.) We pr-.p;>s? to b*
a candidate on thnt arrangement, and trustun
conatlluenta will vot? early and vote often a
fine eilver pitcher is up tor the lucky c\odi.
date for mayor, who abtll get the' lar<?e??
number of ? cent vote. We .bill not graUfr
? Hr fonn>0lL* J f}atlnr 'be preaen' condition of
the tally, hut refer them to the agreeable younr
lady who baa charge or the ?allotiue b>olt \n
admirably designed and finished vase or Ten.
nes^ee marble, executed by Mr. Geo. Warner
w t?> be seen her?. ?
Next is the tempting confectionery and c\ir?
etand of Mrs. S. W. K Handy; and on the
other aide is the busy post office, with Misa
Lizzie Allen as?f>oet*nl8treae. Oppoaita ia th*
" turn-table," presided over by Mrs Otbo Bo?
well, with ita conetant circle watching with
genuine interest the gyrations of the vane or
Last but not leaat is tbe refreshment tables so
admirably conducted by Mrs L>oT\iphau and
Mrs. Hutchinson. Delicious strawberries and
ice cream are among the gold things dispensed
here at moderate prices. It is worth a Tislt to
the fair roora to taste these luxuries.
GuardLahcctt.?Yesterday, jGeor^e Law
eon, colored, was arrested by .sergeant Oroain
upon a charge of robbing the house of Mr.
Henry High, provision dealer. Lawson was
employed by Mr. High to work about bis
stable. Yesterday Mr. High was at market,
and the remainder of the family went out of
the bouse temporarily, locked the doors and
left Lawson in the stable. Upon their return.
Lawson was gone; the bouse had been entered
by a window, and a number of valuable arti
cles and a sum of monev stolen. Lawson is
confined in the Fourth Ward Station, wben?
he will be kept until the case is ready for trial.
Accident.?Adam Muth, employed in the
Independent Telegraph office, had his leg
broken very severely this morning. He was
ascending the atairs of the cellar attached to
Mr. Adaraaon s, on flth street, when a barrel
of wbisky, which was being lowered at tha
time, slipped from ita bold, rolling upon him
and badly fracturing both bones of his leg just
above the ankle. Dr. John E. Smith was called
in, who set the fracture and rendered all the
service necessary to the poor man's relief.
Marriagb Licbnskp ?The Clerk of the
Court during the past month issued ir*> mar.
riage licenses, of whom 34 were to black cou
pies. Among the number waa a re-lssne of on*
issued three years since and not used. This
shows a considerable increase over the aait.e
month last year and the year before?the num
ber in May left* being 127, in May r-?>3 beii.r
A Disobacefcl S< bnb.?This morning, de
tectives Clarvoe and McDevitt saw a number
of young men at the corn? r of Tenth and Penn
sylvania avenue, who were engaged in urging
two nepro boys (stout fellows) to fight. The
detectives ran to the spot, arrested th? two
pugilists and carried them to the Second Ward
Station, where they were fined02each by Jus.
Rkai. Estate Salbs by J. C. McOcikk &,
Co., yksterdav.?Two-story brirk house, with
mastic front, on Louisiana avenue, near 6th
Btreet, for 911,500; purchaser, Geo J. Johnson.
Small frame dwelling house on E street, be.
tween 10th and 20th, to James H?-enan, for
State of the Thermometer?At Fraiiit
lin A Co.'s, opticians, No. 214 Pennsylvania
avenue, the tbeiinometer stood to-djty at l
o'clock SO in the shade, and 109 in the sun
^OR RENT.?Four ROOMS to a small faiuil) at
No '2b1 i. stre et, brt. 13th and KSj-fcts. jel-i't'
OR SAI E?The STOCK and FIX T I' R E 1 of a
_ 8e#ar and Tobaaco Store. S(>3 Maryland a\e
nue. between 9th and hith sts. je i 2t*
FOR SALE?A BARBER SHOP, or the good-t? ill
and lease. Apply at Mo. 574 7th afreet, be
tween B street and Maryland avenue, Island
F^OR RENT.?Two BRICK HoLSES on 2"th
west. No?. *209 ?nd *207. between L and M at
each containing seven rooms. Inquire at No.21T
> th street. je 1 It*
frQJL SALE?The Gnod-will and Fixtures of 4
RESTAURANT on 4* street. No 17??. Inland.
Reason for selling is other business. Inquire on
the premises. je l-.it*
Rare CHANCE l-FOR 8ALE-The7ntire Fir
niture, Beds, Bedding. Crockery, Ac . of ?
well-furniHhed, modern built bouse, centrally and
pleasantly located. Also. HOl"SE for rent. Toriuii
cash. Inquire at No. 44?? lifth atieet. jel-Jt
FOR RENT?FOUR ROOMS, suitable for law
yers, doctors, or agency offices. Also, a base
ment STORE ROOM; all situated on C street
north. No. 3to3, between 4>? and 6th st*.
Je 1-3V; A. F KIMMELL.
FOR RENT-Three UNFURNISHED ROOMS^
Also, FURNIaHFD ROOM with the u-i
of the kitchen. None but respectable persons new!
Apply. Rent moderate. Apply on E street, be
tween Connecticut avenue and itfth street. No.
I^HE ENTIRE STOCK OF SKGARS, TOBACCO^
1 PIPES AN1) Sli I FF for ^ale at low price, as
the uidersigned ia going out ef the bu?inrts.
Dealers and sutlers supplied ehpap.
ED, KOHN.257 fa. avenue,
if 1 3r bet. 12th and i.fth sts.
FOR RENT-One BRICK HOUSE, containing
seven rooms and a cellar, located in one of thtj
nipst deii?httul and healthy parts of the city, ca
14tfl street, (opposite Kingman's Garden.) l?<
tween P and Q streets. Thecitycars run hv th9
door, ar.d only sis minutes ride from th? Tre?v
LFor Particulars apply to JOI!!i
CHAPMAN, r-n the premmp?. je i-2t*
J.C. McOUIRE^ CO,, Auctioneers.
JAYA COFFKE. P0RT~WINB. AND OLD RYg
? C1 WHISKEVAT AUCTION.
OnSATUKDAY MOANING, Juae 4th, iafront of
the Auction :00ms. at I2o'elock, we f>hall Sell?
30 po tketa of Java Coltee,
2aozen O d Port Wine. ?>
1 barrel X\ Rye Whiskey,
je.l-dts J. Q. MoGL* IRE ft. CO.. Aoota.
WM. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
8. W. corner Pa. ar. and 9th st.
/% ? ?*?g0Of HAY~AT AUCTION.
On FK1BAT. June3 c mmancinif at 2 o'clock,
wa will sell, at Gunu -I's Wharf, fnot of Eievantti
atreet, he cargo of theb?r*e Har-i?t A-ia con
taiD.mt about one hund ad tun? of GOOD H AT.
?,,f above hay wi:l h? peremptorily sold and
Will be aold in quantities to suii purchasers
je 1 2t WM. L. WALL ACO. Auc ta.
BY C. B. L. CROWN A CO., Auctioneera.
HOUSEHOLD ANDKItThf.N FURNITURi AT
We will sell, on fRID .Y MORNING. June tha
3d, at 10o lock, at the resid uce of a <rsntleuiai
OfcliciDK houseseeiinc, N >. .>33 I'th s'r^e.. In
land. between 0 attest a> d Yir*ims avenue Taa
attenhou of the Puolie are iuvittd to attend.
8aie without reserve.
Je 1 2t? C. R. J- CROWN A CO.. Auctn
O. R. t CRoWN A CO , Auciioneers.
A VALUABLE LOT ATTuOriON AND A RARg
CHANCE FOR l?V8sTMK.?r.
We will sell, on S A T L' R D A ? . J u .4? 4.at6p. tu ,
on the premises, being Lot No. 9 in Squarn No.
469. Thia proierty fronts 2n feet i'n 7th s're?t 1 Is
land,) west below Pag-'e. between H aud I street,
south, rui ning hack I t tret to a 2> foot alley.
Title (i<od. Sale without reserve.
je.l-4t* 0. R L CROWN k CO., Aacta.
Y ff, I, WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
THE KPFFCT8 0? AN MB CRF. AM 31L00X
AND EATING HOUSE A I' AUCTION.
On FRIlia k MOKNIN*,3J iosta t, at l?> >cJ?,
we willaell. c 362 east ?>de o* llti, betw?ea h
ai.d M strMta. the el ecta of a Stnsll Ice Cream 3*
?ooii, A c.. C"nsistin? of Kx ensi m Di iurf a>< I Sa
otiB T?blrs, Chairs. Gl-iss aud Orockervwtrs.
Lamps, Glasses and other Fixtures, 4 goai C*>,<s
in* Stoves aud Cooklc-g Utensils
je.l 2t W. L. WALL A CO.. Auctt
Y J C. McGUIRE A CO . Auctiot.eers
8rOCK OP JEWELRY, JEWELLER'S 1R*V
8A F R GLASS. COUNTER. 'Ho* CA^Kj,
8ION8.AO. AO, AT fUBl. t C fALK.
Comm> uciug MONDAY vioKNING Jnn*6t't.?t
10 o'clock, at the store oft. Alt-bur#. No. 391,
Perncylvania avenue below the National Hotel.
*? shaM sell, t?e entir?- stock, cons^stin* <.f G"li
and Silver Hunting a^d Op* n Kace Wa'Ohea Js??
sllry of all klnea In 8eu and Slns'e Silver Platel
Ware. >po? na, Forka, Caatora, Spectaole?, Fancy
ara> lea, ate , ete
A I SO:
5 Plata G'a?a Silver p ated* rim, Coontcr, Show
1 lar?e Jeweller's Fire-proof 8a*ia of Herring't
1 Fine Regulator Clock. _ , ?
Window Lights Shadea, Show Racks, Gaa tit
je 1 d J C MoGUIRE A PP.. Aa^u.
J^Y JA8. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
HAND#?* THREE STORY BRICK DWKl.L;
INU H >U8B, HITil TWO STORY UAOlk
BCIM'lNi*. AT PUBLIC SALB
On MONDAY AF TERNO ?N. J uo?-Ta* 6 >Vl>e* ,
on tb#? p t*mi e*. w* ?h^il m-11 p^pt of Lot rfo I',
inhquari No. 456, front in * r va th* *ou?i
aide of f at.-eet north, betw??a - xtn aa^ ?<evsa *
atresia w-st an- rannins bac* 9t ft et eS incH>s,
with a two foot alley, to *>? used in romoriit w'ta
tfce adjoiiiint properly, improved b> s liandsojja
Ur^ito y brick rnuw, with wo nt"?F
b?l ding, containing In all ?lo- /'.o-ntml t^*
go. doe'lara that'?b be cnr.vert-d iuto.-?c-a lit!
tbro?ich?at '1 a house with hrdranMn ?he itfl.
The property l? lbs ?lslrd hoase e?at. I Six h?tr ?es
'Ooa hifeash; th ? r? ?aj ler In I x arttf
twelve months, wl h interest, securel b> a dsed 4
trnat r? ?be ire" less.
r mveyar-cs at th? eest of if parc*ia
JlaxW po?.*ton A 00 . A^ctt.