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OBov*k't? Thkatkr.?Fiot ;w'? grand opera
of '? MarihM," i.t anno iticd for to-night; and
.n ora?r 'o produce it in a style never before
known in tbia city. Mr. Grover baa secured
the services of Carl Formes, wbo will appear
as " Plunfcett-" The prominent member* of
the Carl Anscbutz Company will also appear.
Fokd'8 luiAT?*.-"Tbe Naiad Queen" Is
ani ounced for to-nlgbt again, and although
ib re will be som- disappointment at Mr.
Clarke's r on-appearance, this spectacular
drama is the m et popular that coald supply
bi? plnce. On Friday night a new comedy
will b?- produced.
t AHTEKurRT.? Songs, dances, ballets and
paniomm.es are the nifhtly order here, bnt
just at this time there is an additional attrac
tion in Miss Marietta Ravel, whose feats upon
the tight rope are of such a character as to be
wortb> of being witnessed by a'.l. MissEstella
Forrest, a vocalist of much merit, also appears
Fairs an? Frcit Festivals.?A number
of thesa delightrul entertainments are now in
operation in different section* of the city, and
the public are cordially invited to visit the dif
ferent places and participate in the enjoyments
offered, as nil of them are for good objects and
Well d-s?r%lDg of an extended patronage.
At Odd Fellows' Hall the ladies of Capitol
Hill Presbyterian Church are holding a straw
At Island Hall the ladies of the Seventh
Presbyterian Church have a very delightful
At Westey Chapel a floral and strawberry
festival is in operation for the benefit of that
church, and at the St Ann's Infant Asylum
corner or '21th and K stree s, a fair for the
benefit of the orphans is in progress.
The Center Market-House Question.
The following correspondence between B. B.
French, Esq., Commissioner of Public Build
ings, and Mayor Wailach in relation to the
Center Market-bouse question will be read
with general interest. This market from long
use, central position and convenienceof access
frcna all parts of the city is an Institution that
would be sadly missed. The letter of Mayor
Wailach is conclusive upon the points raised:
Orriis CoMMiseiosap. PrBLic BriLDiwos,)
Capitol of the United States, >
Washington City, May 23, 1NH.)
Hon. Richard Wailach, Mayor of Wathingtm :
Dkar Sir: I received on Saturday last from
the Committee on the District of Colnmbia of
the House ef Representatives a resolution, of
which the enclosed is a copy, with a request
thst 1 would make out a report on the subject.
You know so much more abont some por
tions of the inquiry than 1 do that you can,
vunout much trouble, furnish me with infor
mation that will enable me to answer the en
quiries of the resolution much more readily
than I can If I have to go into a long examina
Will yon have the kindness to give me any
information you can conveniently at the earli
est moment. Very truly yours
(Signed) B. B. Frsnch, C P. B.
Thirty-eighth ?'oagreao?First Session.
COVORH&8 OK THK CWITED STATICS,
Jn the House of R'presentativet, May lt>, 1-01.
On motion of Mr J. C. Allen?
Re?Ured, That the Committee on the District
of Columbia be instructed to enquire into and
report what hgisia'ion is necessary, and what
lai ther public olfl. er- are needed to prevent or
abate the obstructions o( the streets of tke city
of Washington as prescribed by the original
plan; and par icularly hy what authority of
law Eighth street west Is obstructed so as to
prevent sight of the Smithsonian grounds, and
proper ventilation of that street: also bv what
authority of law north B street is used for
fcnildlng purposes: also by what law or regula
tion tues reels leading toward the Public Mall
are trenched upon by any structures whatever,
preventing an uninterrupted view of the
gronrds, and (hat ventilation which is a ne
cessity to the health of the city;and also whether
th? rental of the public reservation between
Tenth and Twelfth streets west, near north B
street, accrues to the Government or to the
Corporation of Washington.
Attest: E. McPhkrpon, Clerk
Copy,attest: B. B French,Com.of P B.
Mayor's Ok pick, 30th May. 1S61.
IhT>. B. B. French,
Commissioner of Public Buildim/s :
Sir: In response to your request that I would
give jou information in relation to the subject
matter ol a resolution of the Committee of the
Hi use of Representatives for the District of
Columbia, asking "what legislation is neces
sary to prevent and abate the obstruction of the
Btreets of the City of Washington as prescribed
in the original plan and particularly by what
authority of law Eighth street west isobetruct
?ed so as to prevent a view of the Smithsonian
Grounds and the proper ventilation of that
street," permit me to say that no street is ob
etrucu-d in this City unless so intended in that
original plan or subsequently authorized by
The object of the resolution is plainly di
rected to the New Building about being erec ted
on the place of the old Centre Market, and is
an effort on the part of some one or few, to pre
vent the abatement ot a nuisance already too
long borne by this community.
The authority to occupy with a building of
that character and for the purpose for which
it ha* so lung been used, the public space or
reservation on which the Centre Market now
stands is identical with and precisely tne same
as that to occupy with the buildings and for
the purposes they are used, ihe spaces or reser
vations on which now stand the Capitol, Presi
dent's House, the Siate, Treasury, War and
Navv Departments, and Patent Office; and
further, while the Capitol obstructs Pennsyl
vania, Maryland ana New Jersey avenues,
North, South and East Capitol streets; the
Pieaidents House, Pennsylvania and New
York avenues, F and G streets: the City Hall,
Irdiana atd Louisiana avenues, E and F
sir O's, and the Patent Office, this same Eighth
aire t, neither the old Centre Market or the
conteraplaed new building obstructs any
avenue or street whatever
This city was laid out under the authority of
Coigressand in compliance with tne orders
and diiections of General W.i?biugton, waich
a;eoi record in your ortice, wherein Thomas
Peall uuu John M. tiant, the trustees to who.u
the proprietors ot the soil had conveyed their
laid* lor the purpose of a Federal City, were
ordered and directed to convey to the Commis
sioners appointed under the act of Cougress of
? Juiy I tub, I TIM), entitle# "An act to establish
a temporary and permanent seat or Govern
ment ot the United Ma?es and their successors
for the use of the United States forever, all the
streets and such of the land, squares, parcels
oi lots as the President should deem proper
for the nee ol the United States."
Oram squares, parcels, and lots containing
in tne aggregate 5} j acres, 1 rood and '2 perches,
and numbered Irom 1 to 17, and marked and
la>d down, and as clearly and precisely de
lineated In the original plan of the city as any
priva'e lot were deemed proper for the us* of
the Umud States, and set ap.trt and were dl
recteo to public u.-ee and purposes by General
Washington, as iollows:
1 rhe Pr,?4<l?,ni'e Square ' 83 IS
2 Hie Capitol Square Mall east
ul lit!" ?treet ^ 0 8
3 Iht l urk couth ot Tiber Creek and ! |
| ?e?t i i l&th -Ireet went 29 3 9
4 Tne University Square south of
Squares No. and 34, to Potomac*
river j J?, 1 2
5. Th< Fort at Turner Buzzard, on
Ureenleaf* Point ng
f, The West .Market on Potomak.! i
i icovered with water.)
7. The Center Marktt I j 3*3
V. I he Naii?nal Church Square '
Tli* J idinary Square
Ill Noi'h of Priin-ylvauia avenue.be
twren 3d anl 4S streets west
Jl. Between 1101th Band II street* aud
I At and 3d st eets west
12. North of Pennf-ylvwila avenue, be
twe- n W and 3?1 streets west......
13 ,Tbe Hospital Square
!? Th' >avv Yard Square
16 The Kastern Branch Market.-quare.
1 , i Ditto Ditto
17 The Town House Square
19 1 -a
1 0 21
23 I IS
|?lj 1 ?
This original plan, with its seventeen appro
priation or reservations, distinctly marked
out, la d down and delineated, and tne purpose
for w bit h they were severally lot nded ana set
> part 1 nblicly declared, was laiJ before the
prt pneiors before ihey agreed or did mtke to
the (ier-ral Goverment grants of the soli on
wrt tch 'hi- city stands; and the commissioners
wl o so d. and the parties who bought, did so
iii d?r the lull persuasion mat thes* appropri
ate us <* ?re permanent and unalterable.
Tl e clause ot these orders at.d directions of
Gei>rsl Washington asrigning appropriitlou
('in rvs'ioi ) No 7, ignores Eighth street west,
*? wh ?f the north line of I^nuisiana ar-nue,
sn<i cives for Center Market square tb* ?id>
o? the at?a running west from Seventi to
Nl' th sireeis and runnmr north from Canal
i'r?et to P> nosy I vaula and Louisiana a r-nuea,
la th**e words: "The public appr <priati.io
b gin ing at the north side of Canal vtreet aad
the ?<ut kli'e of Nieth s ret-t we?t. Lh-nce north
to the ?na'h sd? of an avenue rfjiuniaia)
drawn in tror.tof ?quar^ nnmiered three rioa
dred aou eight j-two. thence northeaster
ly witik the sooth side of said avenue (Louisi
ana) until it intersects Pennsylvania avenoe,
thence with the south side of said avenne
(Pennsylvania) nntil it intersects the westside
of Seventh street west, thence with the west
eide of said street nntil it intersects Canal
atr?et, thence with the north tide of C'lnal
street to the beginning."
All these seventeen appropriations intended
for public buildings and uses, intersect and
obstruct streets, and are as minutely described
in the original plan of the city, endorsed by
both Presidents Washington and Adams, as any
private lot. the object being, I presume, to
break the monotony of streets, miles in length,
by imposing public edifices at the most im
portant intersections. Very respectfully,
Richard Wallach, Mayor.
A Boron Cfbtombr.?Monday night, one
of Capt. Scheetz's men notified the Fourth
Ward police that .las. Welsh, better known a*
Paddy WeUh, was a deserter, and requested
them to arrest him if he shoald come within
Yesterday, officer Frazler met him and at
tempted to arrest him Welsh resisted, and
after a bard struggle, in which the officer had
his face consldesably bruised and scratched,
Welsh broke away and escaped. Subsequently
Welsh was makii g toward Jiis camp, having
bis uniform under hla arm, when he was met
bv officer Qeorge Miller, who stopped him.
Welsh dropped bis uniform and net himself for
a fight with Miller. He made one blow at the
officer, who, as he did so, struck him with his
stair and knocked him down, and took him
before Justice Oiberson, who sent him to jali
for court for the assault and resisting the
officer. A little boy picked up the uniform
that Welsh dropped and carried it to Welsh's
aister. She had it in her hand, in the street, as
officer Howard passed along. The officer see
ing the uniform supposed that she had b?en
furnishing citizen's clothing to soldiers, and
arrested her. She was taken before Sergeant
Cronin, when the matter was explained, and
she wan dismissed.
It was currently reported yesterday afternoon
that Welsh had shot Frazier, and Frazler had
since died. We learned this morning that the
only shot fired was by Frazier, the ball just
grazing Welsh's side, cutting the skin and
A Outtino Cabs.?Last night about nine
o'clock Jacob Kehler, a German, and John
Hunter, col., got into a fight on Pennsylvania
avenue, after a quarrel in W. Qereck's store,
between 4X and 6thstreets. Hunter was very
drunk, and Kebler went out to fight. Kehler
cnt at him several times with a pocket knife,
cutting him slightly over the eye and on the
back of the head. Both were taken to the
Fourth Ward Station, and this morning when
called to trial the case was clearly proven
against Kehler, and Justice Giberson held him
to bail for court. Hunter confessed that he
was drunk, so drunk that he remembered
nothing of the affair, and did not want to pros
ecute the prisoner. Under these circumstances
the Justice fined him S'2.5? for being drunk in
ACCIDEHT TOTHS RCV. N. P. TH-LINGHAST.
This estimable gentleman, pastor of St. John's
Church, Georgetown, met with a railroad ac
cident a few days ago at New London, Conn,
whereby his leg was fractured. He is unable
to attend o his pastoral duties, but his pulpit
will be well supplied until he recovers from
Il'adquarf'rs I'roroit Mar thai and Board of )
Enrollment of Dittrict of Columbia, >
Waihinqtpn, D. C., May 26, 1^64. )
The Board of Enrollment of the District of
Columbia will be in session at the office of the
Provost Marshal District of Columbia, corner
of Fourteenth street and New York avenue,
daily (Sundays excepted from 11 o clock a. tn.
to 2 o clock p. m . for the purpose of hearing
cases of exemption from dratt for th<? following
causes, viz :
Unsuitableness of a?e:
Manifest phj aical disability, and
Two years'service during the present war.
either in the army or navy
Citizens are requested to furnish information
aa to persona who are not enrolled, or who are
tryingto avoid enrollment, as It is equally for
the interest of each person enrolled to place
upon the "Enrollment List"' all persons liable
to do military duty, so that bis own chance lor
draft shall not be nniustly Increased.
Hs*rt A. Schestz.
Captain and Provost Marshal
may 26-tf District of Columbia.
Notice.?We call th? attention of builders and
others to the extendi re sale of Machinery, Tools.
Finished Work, Veneering Ligmimvita-, Woo^,
Ac .Ac., tomorrow, June 2<t,at lOo'clock.at W.
B. Webb'a establishment, Ne. 407 C street, near
7th. W. B. Lewis A Co.. Auctioneers.
Conns, Brnioas, Bad Nails. Ac.
Persona wishing immediate reTief from these
roublesome annoyances, should call at Dit.
White's rooms. No. 424 Pennsylvania avenue,
between 4K and 6th streets
On the31st of May. JAMES MONROE WISE, sou
of John H and Elizabeth Jane Wise.
His funeral will take place from the re-idcnce o!
his parents. No. 699 New Jer-ey aveuu* south, on
the 2d day of June, at 4 o'clock p.m., when the
friends of the family are invited to attend.
In this city, on the 31st inst.. ADA VIRGINIA,
only daughter of John A. and Mary E.o^aca^l*
ford, in the 3d year of her age,
The funeral will Uke place from the residence
of her grandfather. Tobias N. Woltz. No. 39 i 11th
street, this afternoon atSo'clock. Relatives aua
friends of the family are re-pectfully invited ^to
At her residence.in this city, at noou.veaterlay,
the 3lst of Mav. Mrs ANNA MUL$ COSB* .
after a severe illness of about thirty ua>s, The
loss of this estimable, benevolent and public spir
ited lady will be deeply mourned by the large num
ber of persons who iiave been assisted by "er char
ities and by her eatended circle of acquaintance-!
and friends. ..... , , .
The funeral will take place from her iate resi
dence. .">53 New Jersey avenue,on Thur-day June
2d, at 4 o'clock p. m.
On the morning of the 1st inst.. after a short ill
ness, WILLIAM CARR. in the 55th year oi his
"Vie friends and acquaintances of the family,
and his friends, are respectfully invited to attend
bis funeral, to-morrow evening at 2 o dock, from
the residence of his son-in-law. > arden B. Bishop.
12th street, one door from the corner ot C. Island
JJaNDSOME GOODS AND LO# PRICE?.
Our stock is now full in all the various depart
ments and Lnd es should not fail to call and ex
amine our btocK of DRBt-S iHHJDS, of the most
desirable and sta- nable styles, all of which we
are selling at New York prices tor Cash.
HEAVY IRISH LINENS*AT and 65 CENTS.
We would fall tbe particular attention of g-n
tleraen wishing to buy Heavy Irish Linens, for
Shirt- to a case we have on band, which we are
selling at 62: . and 65 cents per yard, and as they
are not much higher than Cotton Goods of the
same weight, they should be very desirable goods ,
for the present season .
All goods marked in plain figures at the Lowest
One price gnUSTER A BROTHER.
No. 3?. opposite Centre Market,
my313tif between/th and 8th streets.
* The cc partnership heretofore existing between
the undersiKufd, under the tame of E. M. l.IN
THICI'M A CO., has been dissolved by the retire
merit of E'ward M Linthicum, Chas, A _ Buckey
and John Marbury, Jr., having purchased the en
tire interest of said Linthicum in the concern, will
collect the debts due to the late firm and settle all
claims a?aln-t the s.mj LINTHICUM,
C. A. BCCKKY.
JOHN MARBURY. Jr..
Georgetown. D.C., May. 1864,
THE UNDERSIGNED, HAVING ASSOCIATED
for that purpose under the name of BLLKEi <V
MAKBURY. will continue the Hardware Busioes*
at the old stand of E M. Linthicum A Oo , corner
of High and Bridge streets, and respectfully so
licit a continuance of the pa'ronage so liberally
HORDES : HORSES !! HORSES !!!
UbT ARRIVED, and for aale. one hun
dred and twenty five HORSES AmontX
them are several hue Saddle Horses ana^?
it tod Draught Horses Persons in need of such
horses will make ear',) application, as they are not
likelj to remain long. Can be seen at the Thr^e
Tung" Stables, on 3d street east, between M and
^ my oH-oi
ROOFING 0*0EFy5j'G CEMENT!
Coassa Ioth St. West asd the Ca.vai,
? . Wasktngion, l\. C., ?
Being the only ag?*nt in this city for Rocln* Felt
and Rooting Cement from an old established nrc...
can afford to sell the aboTe articles at the very
l-??t prices. .... .
Roofers and those engaged in the business are
rt quested to call an 1 see for themselves, having a
la- ge Stock of the above named articles always on
hand. m> 30-tm
a a dies wanting dresses utted'and
'B the moat fashionable manner will call
at 339 I street, between 11th and 14th. on the
fallowing morning.: Mondays, Tuesdays. Wednes
days and Thursday*. my 28 Iw*
..v .? ? ?( i|ii time to
instruction in music to nil tho?e who may le
pi. aeed to patronise Mm Prof. KipUit>, method
Is the ??me a* is taught In Europe-tint la whil>
fce makes g' od performers of his pupil* h? makes
good musicians of them also; so that any on? who
may receive in?tructlona from him may acquire
th it knowledge of music aawlllmaki theoa com
petent for teachers or ?rofes?ion?J musicians.
Prof EspuU is now f rmlng class s and all who
desire to enter must sp?ly early, as tie number Is
"rotiirms apply to Prof. JOHN KAPUT A, No.
SI 3 8*h strest east. Navy Tord. -
N. B. Thecara pass Prof. Bsputa's re?ldenceav?.
ry ni* nai??ite?4urin?lkedap. narJT lsa
! Br. Llshthiirs Fonrtb liutUiVatliisgton.
DBAF IIESb, CATARRH,
^ and diseases of the
EAR.. THROAT, AND AIR PASSAGES.
Da. LIGHT HILL.
from 3 4 St. Mark Place, New York.
Author of "A Popular Treatise on Deafness,
?? Letters on Catarrh"
Will be in
On MONDAY, June OUi.
and can be consulted at the
Ebbitt Hot 3B
for okb wbbk until
S&'arday evening. June ll:&,
and all the various diseases of the
EAR, THROAT, AND AIR PASSAGES.
From the "Rev. Fred. S. Jewell, Professor
of State Normal School, Albany, N. Y.
This may certify that I have been, since 1SA4,
subject to violent periodical attacks of catarrh,
marked by"& highly inflamed condition of the
lining membranes of the cavities of the head,
producing a most distressing epecies of head*
ache lor days at a time, wholly incapacitating
me from business, and during the paroxysms
confining me to the bed. In some instances the
inflammation has extended to the teeth, occa
sioning toothache ; to the threat, producing
hoarseness and partial loss of voice ; and and
twice it has so affected the left eyo as to con
fine me for a month or more to a darkened room.
These attacks have been accompanied by strong
febrile symptoms; by stoppage ot the head,
and, in the first stages, by watery discharges
from the nose, subsequently becoming acrid
and yellow, and towards the close of the attack
becoming bloody and purulent. I have tried
medicines of almost every kind; external ap
plications to the head, such as camphor, gin
ger, hot bandages, and fomentations of hot
vinegar; snuffs of some half a dozen kinds, and
other catarrhal preparations, together with in
ternal remedies, such as alteratives, cathartics
and emetics. These have produced no change
in the occurrence or character of the disease,
and, in most cases, with little or no temporary
relief. I had come, at length, to believe the
disease to be practically beyond either cure or
Under these circumstances I was led some
five months ago, to make a trial of Dr. Light
hill's treatment. His method at once approved
itself to my judgment, as simple, philosophi
cal, and likely to be effective. Notwithstand
ing the disadvantages under which he labored,
in dealing with a disease of such long stand
ing, aggravated by nervous debility and dys
pepsia, and constantly induced by the acci
dents of my professional labor, I found the
treatment reaching the disease as it had never
been reached before, and producing each a
modification and alleviation of Its character,
as I had supposed imvoselDie. I chronicle tbe
results thus. Althoueh 1 have been sitnated
several times, so that I should formerly have
believed a severe attack of my catarrh inevita
ble, I have escaped thus far; the symptoms of
threatened attack have been very light, and
have vlelded to the remedies employed by Dr.
Lighthtll, withoat need of recourse to the old
hot fermentations or emetics: and the dischar
ges from the head have resumed the original
and natural condition. I count upon a com
plete cure. That I have been able, however,
to obtain "so material a relief is to me a cause
of gratitude. In that alone I am repaid tor
whatever the treatment may have cost me.
I make this statement unsolicited, as a means
of acknowledging my obligations to Dr. Light
hill's method of treating catarrh, and with a
view to aid any who may have suffered from
that disease, in forming a just opinion of its
merits, and i:s probable utility in their own
case. Fredk. S. Jewell,
Prof. State Normal School.
Albar.y, N. Y . starch 14,1S<M.
(atarrh C ured.
Frr,m K>r. F. P. Euss?U, Lynn, Miss
I have been much troubled with (.'atarrh of
the worst type for eome twenty years. It
gradually grew worse, producing' cough and
hoarseness, destroying the sense of smell, and
brtaking down my general heaith to such a
degree a3 to compel me to resign my pastorate,
and suspend public 6peakir.g.
I made diligent use of the useful remedies,
such as snuffs of different kinds, nitrate of
silver, tar water, olive tar. and inhalations,
but without any salutary effects. Last sum
mer I beard of Dr. Lighthill's successful mode
of treating catarrh, visited him. and put my
self under his trea*ment. I began immediate
ly to improve, and this improvement has gone
on to the present time. My catarrh has gradu
ally melted away, my cough has disappeared,
my voice has become natural, an<i I am once
more able to preach the blessed Gospel. Let
me advise all troubled with catarrhal difficul
ties to apply to Dr. Lighthill.
P. R. RresxiL,
Lynn, Mas3., Feb. 1, 1?62. my DO-ecr.'W
PIC NICS, &c.
Third grand afternoon and night
PIC NIC of the ANDERSON CI.UB ?*:'! ft*
be given at L^-Wer's Washington City Gar- igW
den. New York avenue, between 1st and 2d
streets, on WEDNESDAY. June Stfi. l^'-> uA
Tickets fifty cents, admitting a gentleman an't
ladies. For particulars see future advertisement,
my 31 -2t*
BOARDING.?Rcoms for rent, with board, larg,.,
airy, and comfortably furnished. To ra< re
than two gentlemen occupying the same room a
deduction in price will fee made. An excellent
table is provided, and good attendance. A few
table boarders taken. Apply lath street, bet.
F and G streets. je l-2t*
I^ABLE BOARD.?8evpra; pt r*ons can be a<"
I rommodated with TABLE HOARD, at 37 2 C
street, corner ?ls. Also, a sn.ail ROOM to rent,
with board. mr3l-3t*
TWjR THREE GENTLEMEN can be accom
modated with pleasant ROOMS and BOARD at
No. S?1 Market street. Georgetown, between 3d and
4th. Terms $2.' per month. my S\ 3t'
TABLE BOARDERS.?a fe gentlemen can ve
accommodated with Table Board at No. 2ti 1
F street, between I,*;th and 11th sts. iuay
A FEW CLERKS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED
with Booms and Board at No. iil^ K street,
between 17th a.-.d ifrth streets Terms moderate.
PLEASANT ROOMS W ITU BOARD IN A PRI
vate family, in a desiiable j.art of Georgetown,
No. Ill Gay street, bet .veen High and Congress
streel?. my > :n~
BOARDING.?Several gentlemen can be accom
modated with first-c as^ Board and pleasant
Rooms in Georgetown. One tine large rt?m will
be vacant on the first of June, suitable for three
gf-ntlercen or a small family. Apply at *21 i Bridge
street, near Frederick. my 30-3t*
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE
a large lot of the finest Italian Violin
Strings that h&ve ever been brought to this
country. Also, c n* very fine eld Stainer Vie
lin. and several others of a superior quality. The
Strings are all manufactured to our order, in pres
ence of one of our firm, of the best material during
tbe winter season, and are warranted to be true
and of great strength, Wholesale and retail at
the Music Stc re of W G. METZERGTT,
my 31 Corner of 11th street and Pr.. avenue.
FOR SALE -I will tell a tract cc WOOD LAND
in St. Mary's county. Md , 120 acre* ir.4^
Pine. 30 acre* in Oak Timber for location,
pr; ^e. Ac., apply to MARTIN GOLDS -*
BOROUGH, No. 49 Ccurtland street, Baltimore,
Md. m> aO St
STOCK 0? GOODS,
The subscribers have now in ate re a most superb
stock of DRESS GOODt? of ev^ry desir&ble fabric,
and the greater part of then: having been pur
chased at the late large sales made in New York
and Philadelphia by one of our firm, we are ena
bled to offer a great many desirable articles at a
very moderate price; and we really do not think
purchasers do themselves Justice if they fail to
examine cur stock and prices before purchasing.
We name in part a few very desirable good* for
mourning, which are scarce, and having a large
stock on hand, we are selVing them under the
ket price :
Lupin's Black Crape Maret. 2 yards wide
Lupin's Black Bauge.2 yards wide
Lupin's Black W- rsted Urenidine, 2 yards wide
Fine Bla^k All wool Lama Clcth, 2 yards wide
Single width Orape Maret and Wcreted Grena
Lupin's beat quality Shalley
Lupin's best Florentine, of the best quality
Twenty-five pieces Lupin's Blaik Bombasine?
Fifty pieces Black Alpacas, from 50 cent* to *1.60
Fifty pieces Black and White Dress Gc ods ia
striped and check Gre?adines *
Stilped and Checked Mozambique*
B ack and White Ginghams of superior quality
Plain Black Organdies and Jaconets
A l-wool Black and White Moussellnes
Plain Black Delaines, in single and doubie
Sngllshl^rape Veils in all qualities, and in the
assortment are some of the finest we have
Black English Crape, by the yard, iu all quali
tl?8' ALPO JUST OPENED?
One of the moat choice assortments of COLORED
DRESS GOOD* ever offered In this market, com
prising one of the most elegant stocks of silks to be
found this side of New York :
I < pieces beautiful Grenadines, Florentines, and
8'iw' pleces*S-4 and ?-< Mosamblques in all of the
most desirable colors in use.
ALSO ON HAND?
A splendid stock of SPRING 0?9i*IMB1lB3, suit
able for Genu' and Boys' wear, whloh we are selling
exceeding cneap. compared with the price* charged
elsewhere One price only. All goods marked in
Plaiu figures at '^lowest e??h|
No 3K opposite Oenter Market,
my 30-eo?tif between 7 th and ?tlrstreets.
ANTFD-ACAKE BAKER. Apply at 4??9
11th st; eei. Je l-3t*
AN TED?A SEAMSTRESS. Apply at theEb
bitt (lease Je l-JIt*
ANTED?A GIRL as dish w*?h?r. Apply at
GREEN'S Restaurant, corner Pth and E sts.
W ANTKD?An experience! OOOK. Applyat
472 K street, corner i?th, to morrow morn
ing. between the hours of 19 and lt^ It*'
WANTED?An experienced WASHE'-t. Also,
three colored WAITERS. Apply at the Clar
endon Hotel. je I 2t*
WANTED?A white GIRL, as nurse, at 101
12th street, between I and K. Good refer
ences re-iuired je i-3t*
A NTED?At T. Russell 'a Restaurant. No. 27 7
" Penn. avenue, two ASSISTANTS in the kitch
<n, ir.imed'ate'.y. jel-St
YY' ANTED?By a young woman, a 81 d'ATlON
>?? as chambermaid. Apply at No. 46 IS street,
between Penn. and Missouri avenues. It*
YV ANTED?A food COOK; also, a WAIT BR.
" ami young MAN to attend to a tar. Apply
?t .*>14 11th street, near the avenue. je l-3t*
\\j ANTKD?A GIRL to do general housework in
" a Small family. Ap??lj to J . OHAPM AN, 14th
street, between P and Q. je l-?t*
WANTED IMMF.DI AT ELY?A healthy woman.
" with a good breast of milk, to NCR.-** an in
fant four months old. One that has lost her child
preferred. Plea<-e call at 431 Uth St. j? l-3t*
|Yf ANAHEMENT AND CATERING-FOR "A
[?I HOTEL. CLUB HOUSE, OR BOARDING
HOLSE ?A gentleman and his wife who are thor
oughly experienced and a working couple, are
open for an engagement, either in Washington or
sny of the loyal state". Address 'Boston, Star
ANTED IMMEDIATELY.?At Andrew J.
JOYCE'S Coach Factory, two HELPERS for
Smith 8hep. my 31-3t
WANTED?At Metropolitan Hotel, two IRON
JRS, three SCRUBBER?, and two WASH
EPS. my M-3t*_
WANTED?Two tirst-c ass PAPER HANGERS.
m) 31 Ct No 240 Penn. avenue.
WANTED?A g"'?".d second COOK . white womaa,
at 439 E street, near 7th Good wages,
WANTED-A WASH WOMAN ant a SCRUB
GIRL. Apply at the Ebbitt House.
WANTED-A first-class CONFECTIONER. Ap.
?? ply at No. 97 Bridge streets Georgetown D.
C. [my 31-5*.* J F. FREUND.
OUSE PAINTERS -Wanted, two good HOUSE
HANDS. Highest wages given
M T PARKER A CO..
ray .*?! -.It* 59 La. av . bat. 6th A 7th sts.
WANTED? A WOMAN to assist in general
housework, and to take care of a cn'ld 18
months old. Reference required. Apply to No.
4 31 6th street, between F and G. my 31 -2t*
WANTED?By a young Englishman, Just ar
" rived in Washington, a STTLATION a>
Book keeper, Clerk or Salesman, in a fancy or dry
g^ods store. Aidreis E B., Star Office.
my 31 St*
WANTED-A WAITER at the Gosling Home.
To one who understands his business $3' per
month will be given the whole year round. In
quire at the Restaurant, 247 Penn. avenue, be
tween lit a and lalfa^. my 3l-2t*
ANDS WANTTO-Two sc ber, steady MEN
wanted, to work at gravel roofing. Steady
work nnd gool wage- g'ven. Apply *o II. C. WIL
SON & CO., office 161 22d street, below Perm, av
VET ANTED, AT ONCE?A CATEKEH for a first
*? class house, already established. Dining
room large enough fcr sixty persons. Situation
unsurpassed. No ore need apply without capital
to carry on the table, and brin^tnebest reference.
Address DOUSE. Scar Office. my3l-3t*
BATtBERS WANTKD AT T1IE NATIONAL.?
Chairs now iflle for 2 hands. flO and 20
p^r c*-nt. on ???es paid. Apply this ?lay. mya0-3t*
Ant person wishing to adopt a BOY,6 weeks
old, can do so by inquiring at 529 12th street,
below D street north. my 30-lw*
V*7a~NTKD?A good COOK two DINING ROOM
T? SERVANTS; also, a CHAMBERMAID. None
need apply unless well recommended. Uerndon
Ho- se, corner fnh and F sts. my ;i'-3t*
- ANTKD-A competent GIRL, to do the work
of a smalt family. Must come well recojn
jriendeii. Call at 161 Pa avenue, between 17th
and lMh sts. my 3>-3t*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A good GIRL to
" do chamberwork and as ist with washing
'and ironing. To one who can com? wi'-h goo * re
eomine nJations tb- highest w at." s given. Apply at
N ? 1 ?'"> G atreet, bet 2'tb and 2? ~t my 30-31*
WANTED?A good COOK, and to do washing
and ironing. Good wages paid, and a per
manent situation. Apply at No. S. Caual Restau
r.?DT, Market street, Georgetown. D. C.
ni> >.?-3t* J. B. MERRET.
MONEY WANTED ?I wish to borrow from
g.i.000 to 510.000, to be secured by real
estate worth double the amount.
% R P. JACKSON,
my 30-8** No. 155 Bridge st , Georgetown.
7 ANTED?A WHITE MAN to drive a four
1 borre team and make himself generally use
ful. To a ^ood man good wages will be ttiven.
Apply at 5.? Lfiuisiana avenue, between Gth and
7tn streets, of C. N. P. my 30-3t*
WANTED-A small HOUSE, or a few RO IMS,
in a healthy locati(<n Keferences exchanged.
Ir.quire at M. 6. BRADY'S Gallery, 352 Penn.
avenue. my 28 lw*
WANTED?A WOMAN who can come well rec
ommended, to do washing and ironing. Ap
ply at 49?; H street, corner of 3th. my 27-eo3t
Wanted'^immediately-200 ladies to
?? Embroider on Muslin, Linen and Cambric.
To good hands constant work and ^ood wages
given. Ladies applying will please bring samples
of work. Apply at WM. PRINCE'S Stamping and
Machine Stitching Depot, 381 F street, opposite
Patent Office fe 18
RANTED L :
Eve-y lady !n the District to know that I have,
at considerable expense, had built a very elegant
machine for Fluting or Crimping Dresses. Ac.
Dressmakers and others can have any kind of goods
Crimped at short notice, in as ^ood style, and aa
cheap as in any other city. Ladies, remember this
is the only machine in town, and done at the only
place to get stamping done. 381 F street, oppo
site Patent Office, Stamping and Machine Stitch
li!g Depot. my 3
LOST AND FOUND.
STRAYED OR STOLEN-rOn the 2-th ult.. a black
NEW FOl'N DLAND l*T~ P. about 3 months old.
A reward n ill he gi r?-n by leaving hirn at the sub
scriber's. No. JIDunbarton street. Georgetown
je l-.'t* WM. H KDES.
ffijK REWARD.?POLL PARROT e-c*p<-d from
the ov ner, <)n 12th street, between C and D.
The above reward w ill be paid if it is left at this
oflice. It c?ftt-ner says "Lota" and ''Mary" than
any thing ?ilse. It*
WTKAYED (,r STOLEN?On the 10th ultimo, n
small BUFI AI.O COW. wbite. with black apots:
left ear cut and slit: sii 11 in left hin 4 leg; bag and
teat? very -mall. $j reward will be given for her
return to lt?2 11th street east. Navy Yard.
je l-'it* J AMES E. GILL.
Q. 1REW ARD.?Lost, on Tuesday morning,
tj? I " May 31st, between ISth and le'-j streits
and Per.iisy: vania avenue, a PoCK ET B(?0K. con
taining about f70 or over in Treasury notes, bank
able notes, and some in gold, and other papers.
The finder will receive the above reward if re
turned to J. T. CREED. 210 G street, between
lsth and I9th. First Ward. je l-3t*
ftlA REWARD?For a MILK COW and HEIF
1 "? EK, lost the 29th of May, 1861 Red cow,
4 years old. vhite face and little white on the back,
long slim tail, straight horns and white on the
beliy. Yot.ng r?-a heifer, 12 months old.little horns
and a whiti x ing around its taij. Paid when de
lh ered to NortL Capitc 1 st.. corner ;f 0, Hoover's
Slaughter Hoase. _ ?
je l it* JOHN DOYLE.
LOfef OR MISLAID?ONE CERTIFICATE OF
STOCK OK T 11 K CORPORA 1'ION "f WASH
INttTON FOK 8300?dated July 2?, Is57, in name
of Wm. Beron. S. A. H. McKim and M. Carrol',
Trustees. Also, one Certificate of Stock of Cor
porate n f: r $ 00. interest payable semi annu til y,
dated April 2.16.'^, in the same names. Notice is
hereby given that application will be made for the
renewal of the same at the Register's Office.
: ie l-e"3t*
fOUN D?Near ti.e Baltimore and Washington
Dapct, a GREY" HOKSE, (estray.) Had uo
shoes on. has the le'ters H.C.onhis flank. The
ovn^- audt^e ^
C.P REWARD.-^Strsyed or stolen, on Wednes
day, ?5th inst , a red COW, nice horns, one
cf her ears split; star in forehead The above re
ward will be paid if returned to CHAS. MCCAR
THY, No. 87 A street south, between 2dand0d,
Cap it' 1 Hill. my 31-At*
REWARD.?Strayed or stolen, on the 2^th
inst., a dark bay t". S. condemned HORSE,
no particular marks about h!m The above reward
will be given if returned to GEO. IJARREK, oppo
sit* Navy Yard Market. my 30 3t
<Ej/T REWARD.-Strayed or stolen, on the 27th
<$*J inat.. a light sorrel MARE, about four years
oil, short tail, 1 0 elites on f.-ont feet. The above
reward will be giver* if returned to PHILIP
Hl'HN, Navy Yard House, corner 4th and L
streets. A tuy3 -3t*
r CST?On May 29tn. between corner of 1th and
t Lsts .and esley Chapel, a flne gold BRACE
LET A suitable reward will be given by leaving
i? at MOCLDEN A BROWN'S woc^ and coa' office,
54? corner 12th and C 6ts , or Mr. DAWES' Drug
Store, corner Mb and L stc mySVSt*
]TmE TO THE PREMISES OF THE 8UB
scriber, ot the loth inst.. a sorrel HORSE,
white face branded I. C. on the l?ft fore shoulder.
The owner will eome forward, prove property, pay
chaand take him away JAOOB KI.^HbR.
on the Ra'tincore turnpike, between Belts* ill* and
Bladeneburg. 5 my 30 3t*
aqa REW ARD ?Stolen from the farm of R. (J.
? ?\t Bowlingx Prince George's county, Md.. on
Fri^av. the 27th inst.. at night a fine dapple grey
PORSE. near 16 handsbigh. w> 11 ma l?.stylish and
good looking. Had a lu -np cc the insi><e <>( his left
front log near the shoulder. The above reward
will ^e paid for bjjt Information by whloh the
horse shall be recovered, J. C COOK,
my 30 3t* Corner B and Tth >ta.. Island.
OTOI.EN PROM THE SUBSCRIBEROo Tuesday
^ ni?ht. the 24th Instant, asorrel H ?R4K. with
a fia*1 n mane and tall, about it y?ars nl l.o ixof
l is bir d feet white blase face, scar on his ^ack
A; , will be glveD fur tj>' reC"T?ry of the horse aud
0.8*prehension nf th? thief or ft tnr the horse.
ALFRED V ROBINSON. Near r rf
my M-lw* Frimoe George's oo?aty, Md.
FOR RKNT AND SALK,
T"?0 KENT-Two pl'asrfM ROOM". at 4*? g
street, between 3u an'' >? 1
FOR SALE?A PROPERT^rSsiding 991 r*rrt
per annum, and within one jwrtare of * ctt.y
railway. Address Box 36 Stw Om>?. J" ' *t* ?*
IWELLINGHOUSE FOR RBNT^TKe unt->r
signed has for rent a very conv.?ni<>nt *n 1_ a/
sira:>'e Dwelling House in t>e neighborht?51 P'
City Hall, l>oina one of the best location.* tor a pro
fessional man. and having an office room c-n the
Possession August 1st. and the furniture now in
The house. wbich is well adapted to it, may be yur
Application to be made at tWre 49rt H strert,
bark of Patent Office, at the hours of 8 o'clock
morning and t o'clock afternoon.
jel-tf JAMES TOWLES, Property Agent.
rfURNISHED ROOM FOR RKNT?To a wutla
man or gentleman and wife, at No. 44,1 I th
street, between F and tK my 31 2t*
THE HOUSE No 50*s l> street, between 7th i'n>i
8th, is "or rent, furnished or unfurnished. Ap
ply at No. 3 ? 4 8th str-et. nesr K. my3.-3t*
FOR REN ?Two pleaaant ROOMS, furnisned;
suitable for housekeeping for two person*
App.y to Room No. i* Genera! Land Office.
TO LET?At No. 335 8th street, between K and
L neatly furnished ROO?18. for gentle Tien
only. Inquire at Room No. 18 General Land Of
nee. uy 31 n'
TO LET?A neatly furnished FRONT ROOM,
suitable for two gentlemen, at .152 I th street,
between L and M. Meals furnished in neighbor
hood- my 3I-3t*
FOR RENT?A flnw, four-*'ory mas.ic front
BRICK HOUSE, corner Mass avenue and l>th
street. GasanJ water throughout, and bath room.
3n?'/e ? WIANE. 9th street, betwevn G
and H, nett to Fourth Presbyterian Church
I^OR RENT?One of the STORES now being fit
nnder the Medical College, on F street,
near 12th. This is a central, no.ed and excelUut
stand for almost any kind of business. Apply to
Dr. JAMES E. MORGAN, corner Maryland ave
nue and 12th street. my3l-tf
Three desirable building lots foh
SALE in Square 178, fronting on 5th street and
the corner of P, in a rapidly improving neighbor
The undersigned will sell one, two, or three very
desirable Building Lots in 8quare 478. fronting on
5th and the corner of P streets. Kach lot is large
enough to be subdivided into four or five building
lots. A plat of the lots can be ?een at mv store.
The lots will be sold upon reasonable terms. The
three lota contain upwards of twenty-one thou
sand feet of ground. A rare chance is offered for
an investment in this property.
Apply to EE. WHIT*. No. 65 Louisiana avenue
between 6th and 7th streets, opposite Bank of
Washington. my 31 St
F-'OR REN^-One or two neatly furnished or un
furni hed ROOMS, on 23<l street, four doors
south of I. my 30 3f
^TORE ROOM FOR RENT-In building No. 4UO
I) street north, between 6th and 7tn streets.
Inquire on the premises. my 30*31*
Restaurant for sale : only it.v; has 5
rooms in the house. Rent $11. Inquite ?62
10th street, between D and E. my 3 '-3t*
FOR RENT?Two furnished ROOMSon fir?t floor,
with gas and bath house, fur gentlemen only;
No. 414 7th street, between G and H. my30-3t*
FOR SALE?On accommodating term-*, a I-trge
FOUR STORY BUILDIN'Gnn Ostreet,between
12th and 13th. Inqu re on th? premises, rny 3 t*
F 1*011 RENT?In a private family, two handsome
ly furnislied ROOMS; tog-ther or s-parately.
Inquire at 27 6 II street, near l**th. my V)-tf
P-?URNISHED ROOMS TO RENT, to gent!- nen
only, delightfu ly situated ok the Heights of
Georgetown. Inquire at the Star Office. my3 -3t*
Handsomer* furnished parlors and
BED ROOMS TO RKNT. to gentlemen, with
out board. Location, first-Uass. Inquire at t'?0
16th street , near Lafayette Square, my K)-3t*
h?OR KENT?Two connecting ROOMS, fn?nt and
rear, cn fecond floor, the situation mo t d.>?i
ralile. bein^ riirectly opposite the public garlen,
on Missouri avenue, between 4S and 0th s'reets.
No 24. Csll for three da>s my 30 3t*
FURNTsHF.D HOUSE FOR~RENT -For rent, a
furnished House for the term of three months.
Possession given immediat-ly. Apply at No.
Pennsylvania avenue, between 21st and 22d streets.
Gas at.d water in the hou?e. my 30-3t*
L'OR SAI.E OR RENT?A large Brick HOUSE mi
m High street, Georgetown, in complete order,
suitable for a tavern, boarding house, Ac. For
particulars, address Box No. 23, Star Office,
my 3- -lw* 1
TO JiEASE, FOR A TERM OF YEARS?The
LOT situated at the corner of 'st and Fred
erick streets, Georgetown, being suitable for the
wood and coal business. R P J A O K SON,
my 30-3t* No. 155 Bridge st.
FOR SALE?A bargain; an excellent opportunity
for a man of business; & DININM S *LOON aal
BAR. situated on Hth street, between G street and
New York avenue. Disposed of solely on account
of dissolution of partnership. Enquire on the
F^OR SALE-The three story Brick HOUSE on
6th street, between '+and H streets, No. 517.
Three BED ROOMS for rent, with a basement
ROOM, suitable for an office, on E street, between
8th and 9th streets. my 3 3t*
?T'OR SALE?The good will and fixture of
r GROCERY AND LIQUOR STORE, situated on
the corner of Congres* and Water street, George
to?n. Apply on the premises.
my30-3t* H. BRADLEY.
FOR RENT?Two handsome PARLORS, connect
ed by folding doors; No 316, corner of F and
Also. For Sale?A fine blooded riding and driving
M ARE', 5 years old , to tie seen at the stab e of CHA
PIN A MATLOCK, G, betweent'th and 7th streets,
m y 3 -3t *
THE PRESIDENTIAL CONVENTION,
ELDOX HALL. 7s FAYETTE STREET.
(Nkap. Barkum'd Citv Hotkl.)
Has at di-po?*l a SUIT OF ROOMS, consisting
of a large Parlor, five well ventilated communi
cating tjhamb rs, which he will let to a p*rty of
gentlemtn during the approachiog session of the
Convention. Comfortable dining-rooms adj-in
the parlor, and the bill of fare com prises the b-st
the market affgrds. The location being central,
near be principal hotel-, and the City Pass* nger
Railway, is most desirable. Early application
should be made. my 3 -eo3t
OR 8\LE?Three FRAME HOUSES on the
Island, two 6 rooms each and one 7 ro"ms.
For further particulars inquire No.31fi G street
north, between 12th and 13th streets. my ?7t^_
^O LET?A handsomely furnished HOUSK, in
the First Ward The whole, or in suites. Pos
sesion given the 1st of July. Inquire at 9tar Of
fice, or address Mr. EVER. Georgetown P'8t Of
fice Also, four large PARLORS, for Government
offices. my 28-1 m*
FH'B SALE?On Maryland avenue, near ,*>th st..
atbree-ftory BhlCK HOUSE, containing 11
rooms; balcony in front. Will be s..ld low ana on
easy terms, if immediate application be made to
F. MACE. Heal Estate Broker and Agent for the
Sale of Maryland Farm^.Jil 7 7th street. m2S-3t*
L'OK t<A LE?A three-story and basement BRICK
? HOUSE, containing eight large rouras situ
ated on 10th street between N and O s^".. No 104;
aUo.a small FRAME HOU--E situated on 8tb st .
betwt enM and N streets, containing six rtio-ns,
No. 2fc4. Possession given. Also, three sma i
FRAME HOUSES situated on 6th street, between
F and G sts., Island. Apply to D IIADPTMAN,
512 llth St., near Pa. av^ mr^ 7t*
F'OR SALE?The LEASE of a Store on Penu. av
enue, at a reasonable price. Stock ofSEGARS
sola if requirel. Apply to KD. KOHN, 257 Penn.
avenue, between 12th and 13th sts. my 27-1 w*
f^OR SALE?A fine ^UMMKR RES >RT. doing a.
.smashingbusiness. Reason, the proprietor is
going to Europe. For particulars call at 4Hfs^
l< th street, between D and E. my 27-8t*
fj^OR SALE?Furniture and G?od Will of a
BOARDING-HOUSE, containing 1" rooms aal
a number of boarders. Inquire second door fr > n
4>i street, on P street south, near Arsenal Gatu
my 27- .w*
I^OOD CHANCE FOR AN INDUSTKIOITS BL'SI
VI NESS MAN, WITH 80MB CAPITAL.-For
sale?A respectable and profitable BUSINESS, in
running oruer, thriving and large profits. Rea
son for selling, sickness. Inquire al WILLIAM
WITTHEFT'S. No. *69 3d street, Capitol Hill,
near Penn. avenue. ny27-8t'
LpURNISHED ROOMS_TOllENT-to gentlemen
r only?No. 35- 7th street, between I and Mass.
EV ERAL COOL, PLEASANT ROOM8 on the
first floor for rent, in a central and convenient
liication. No. 499 l-th 6treet, between Penn.
avenue and C street. my 25 61*
ROOtoS FOR RENT.?Comfortable and well
furnished Rooms at 450 12th street, between
G and H sts. Thr location is one of the most d?
sirable in thu city. my 2t tf
F^OR SALE.? l**,00n cash will purchase tha
stock, fixtures and furniture (with six years
lease at a nominal rent) of a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL,
In Washington^ D. 0.. containing forty rooms. This
establishment is conducted on tne Eur >pean plan,
and i? thoroughly stocked and ftirnished with every
modern convenience. Location the berft in Washing
ton, with an extensive paying patronage.
jCall or address MITCHELL & SON.
Real Estate Brokers,
8. E. corner Penn. ave. and 15th st.,
my 23-lm Washington. D. C
I/OR SALE-A beautifully located BRICK
r HOUSE, 18i32, eight rooms and passage; lot
STxski to ai tlley. Immediate possesion?ouly
5,000 feet of Ground, frontinr on P?. avenue,
for lease for ten years.
MITCHELL A SON, Real Estate Brokers,
my 17-Im* 8. E. cor. Pa. av and t6th st.
OR SALE?With immediate possession, a
PROPERTY fronting *6 feet on II street, by
140 deep. Improvements, a large double-wing
cot'age, 10 rooms; three small buildings in the
rear; good fencing, garden, fruit trees. Ao.; for
^''"MITOHELL A SON, Real Estate Brokers,
my 16-lm* southeast oor. Pa. av. and 16th st
^JMALL LOTS-FOR SALE VERV LOW.
^Ten Lots oa 21st. above N street.
Four Lots on N street, n- ar list. Oae of the best
locations in the First Ward.
Six Lots on 21st, above R street.
Six Lots en 2 th, above C street.
Four Lots on Pennsylvania avenue, between 6th
and 7tb streets east.
Ten Lots on D street, between 6th and 7th east.
To be sold very L w at private sale if tak*u be
fore June 1st. Cal at 27 7 Istreet, corner of 17th,
between 4 and 6 o'clock p.m. my 14-eo ?t
TO LET-For the summer, a first-class HOUSH.
completely furnished, in the Plr-t Wttrd* Ap
p'y at Cottage Market. 3Q9 I street, my n
?/OB PENT-A delightful RESIDKNCR. witk
? Pnrnltnre. on Georgetown HeigbU, on the
Muare between Greeu and Moi>tg<>m>-ry streets,
a hove Stoddard st Possession given on the l-*th
of June nest. For torus, apyjr patfee Pr m*
r?rTiik'11 lift pt|?.
THIS Arrk*RW?'?W AWP TO-MORROW
|^Y ORIIN 4 *'ILLIAMS Auctienrers.
T *0 1 HHEE 8TOR V^ot*>N?l 818 4N? WB
On **DNE<DaV K ' of 'une.atS o'eik.
F m.. n front of tbf ?? sell. part
of ot No % in f-uunrv 14, ?b?'?t ? fcet fro at.
ruinin* U?i ?f,.vtrtei?p v '?I'ur 1' M ?? T*?i
ty elitfi* re*t hetwe ? >1 . k 1 ?Dn'r,T|krU
Boe. A g ?d Krirk with *K?*"e Mf>"*fn improrf
Tern.*- One hbH^iih, ^ala^i^.'" "'*? *?"<> tw?lr?
month* for nfte* ear'Bff mtrrv "* Deed given
?n<1 a deed of trust taken
/II Couv"vgtieio* #rtd r?ver>?* StMPt * ?* the OOCt
of 'he purchaser
my * rt ?;RK<N A WW, L !,<<?*. Auctt.
J. C ri KB A CO., XHiiiinifr^
? RKY D*8l**HI.l DWELLING Hof** /)*
N? RTH .-THE OF r ITRUKT NOIUJ. 5fa.
lJt*?s kLiVENfH AND T^rtLrttf JcTa.
t>n WKPNliCPiT AFTERNOON. June I, at $.
o c ocfc on ?be premises. we shall sell house l??,.
312 r?n -be north -W* . f P st:*. t nortl. b-twimn
E rre?? *n0 Tw',ftfc street* w*?t. belie<*d to
one of _tne n i st com ji~te *n<1 wr S arrange I boiiaev
<" tt(siz?in the city c.m'ainingS?lnn: Parer Dln
K .?m Hitch- n L'rHrarjr two Chambers, Bat*
Room ani Water Cl**et in the third atirv, and
in tV ? f?^I.r!? W't} ??th >Kl Wa*er 0 >set,
in tr ( four .h (t->ry?witNa 1 the ni'"dern imprn'f
rnentu; Ran,e.S*xt-.n H*atrr, Hot aid Cold Wm
ter,?a* Marble Mantel* A., ?oni, |f|
SJKS?7to"?",,# fn,Dt' oa?o**
tmviboit. end is ?n ev-r^ reiiect d?<Hr-ibU.
Terms : Oi-e?tt?i d in cash" th- rmutiiMor in ai*.
twelve and eighteen months, with interest,
cu e i by a ieed ->f trim: on the pr. mi?es
Conveyance* and s'ames at eo?t of tie p?rcfcM?r.
Imm dia'e po???p?jon given
m>-2'd J o MowniMg A oo.. A net*.
'? ? HoflrJSl h CO . 4uctioueera
TlZi VAWl flJgf,K??^ "">"??
oVV?.?E?^EPDAT AFTKRNOOir, June I. at S
e prymtaee we will ?e l. tX? Maftrl
pmrt of Lot No. 6. id No. 45t>, frnutfn* 5?f>#t
sF*lh*aSdri?^nth0 I Ner Yo'k ?V>aa, bxtweea
TtirZf * V75? **Bt- ?nrt rwnnina bae*
each dt*idad int.* two Lota of 17 fe?t front
? IMMIDHTKIT aftii.
PutofkitNv. 2Ktad the whole of Lot Ko 21
in Pqna;e No. <? diridul "flto t)r? L t?. fro-tinr
each Ifi feet 7 incbr^on the wiat aide of 5>l?th ?t'??"
waet between L and M r re?Tg north, and runni??
ba'k I lC feet to & zs f.>?t alle/;
Terma: One-third caah, the remainder (a ail
and twelve month*, witb interest. ?ecured"?y a A?i
of trust on the premise.
Conveyan??g and htampeat the coit of the ?ar>
my a < J. c. moouirja. oo.. Aaau
Y 0. J. WHITRANK A CO.\ ~~
A urt to arris aid Commissi m Mfrrhtnts
Penna arenue. het?e^n I3ti and im *ts no?V
site GroTer ? Theater. '
PAT E OF F*NOV OOOD3.
Op WEDMCSDAY KV|<?IN?, June com
rn. ncjDe at 7>4 o'cl .ck. at the Auct.-n St-re, 30.i
I ennsj lvanxa avgiMi^ hti w^?i' Jjth a d i3l, gtro?U
LA Kn R 8PRCIA1. SAI,K *
Of ?>00 hup rinr nn'l p p* n |v h .iiod
o n,,w and choieeeditions,
Note Paper. gLvelopes. Ae.
A splendid lnv. ice of JEWS' RY, consistin* of
*"j . **uard Chains. Mints. Hrac?"!?>tJi. Ac . com
piimni; a line of f ?sb snd defl'catie OooCs from
w^ii kmiwn Ma uf?ctur>rs of Philadeiphia wi
t*a*e ' ?n<* ">"'1' eipres-lp fcr ortf retail
Term* rash my 30-tt.
Y THOMAS DOW 1.1 SO A^ct ; Geor?etown
EXCELLENT HO' PKHOLO FfTRNI 1'URB AND
^ ? ICKFBCT8 A I- All TION.
Oo T''CR^DAV.Ju m Jy ?t 10o'cioc* . Iwi.l r*li
at No. 52 3d at- e? t. bet we Markt t a-id Fraderictt
sire?t. (ieurxplowD. h* ??ITe t? of a GaDtioman
l(?nm 'h? b't, onsis'ine of?
Bleb, g cy HairO or Cl?*ir? and Sofa.
Maho.any MarM- op Ti?hl-s.
Mah g*ny Root ii>g an ! other Cha'ra,
V a'nut b' fa. Washsta d and Hnraau,
W*liut Bedstead -nr. Mattress.
fettaire at'd other Bedroom ?urniture.
Oak extens on at d ?ther Tables,
Parlor. C ok and-ther 8 j\va,
Crocker> a> d Glassware, Ac , A-c.
Te rms cash
Five # 'od rooms for r?nt
rey.31 2t TH08 DOWLING Ant
J.C.McGCIRKA CO.. Auctioneers.
EXCELLENT FL BMTL BEANI) U ?U8EaOLB
? .rT-iFFE0Tfl AT PHBUO 8ALK
OnTCKS iA? MORNING Mat3ist. atl'io'cl-??lit
at the residence of J Vao Santroord, E?<i . No.
156 r htr^pt bv n 19*h an^ 2? th ?tpe<?w. we ?ha!l
^ furri*urt? no ! efTectB comprisinff?
French PUt? Mirror, flano Port*, Mahogany
Bair Cl^th covered Nofa?, Arm and P*r orC^i%ir*.
?Jarb.e TopCautre 8ofa and other TaWtis.Rocke ?,
' wd Wood Rea Ohairs, Bookcase*, La'it
IlobCT II? rse Daniaak and other Curtain* Shade*.
Pajn'ii gsartd Kngrivingu, Clorks. Velvet. Brus
Fejls. and i.Uer 0?rp t>, Marble Top *nd other
Bureaus. Wasbstanda. Bertsteads Wardrobes,
I ouige. Feather Bed t. Bo la e-s and Piltowi*. Hair,
C- tton and Hn-k Mattraaees, Hst Tree, Oil bl itfa,
^tairCarpeU D-nrn* Tabln, K?friflr?rator, tlhina.
G!aRs and Croeker, Ware, silver Plated T-a Set'
lee Pitcher. Castors. 8pnon* and F->rks. Ch oa
Glass an^ Crockery War?. Parlor. Oookia* a of
Kitchen FnVtTftu re'feneraHy!'''* "?
my JS d J. C. McOCIRK & CO.
?3^TBE ARO^E BALE T8 POSTPONED Iff*
rr rsequenceof the raip, unti! TIII RSDAY M0R
MNO, June 2d, hour.
m*r31 J. c. McGwire a CO., Aiiets.
PY WM. B. LEWIS A CO., Auctioneers.
A0.?AT1A?CTIONWBL8' BRACRBTTtf, Ac..*
?.We shall ?eil, on TOnRSDAY MORNING June
No" dn? ?OC.''' *1 Mr W' V W:bb> establishment
O "^ett, near-"eve.tb. all the Lumber,
> eneers. Tools, Hardware, Mnu dings. NeweUs.
an., I*. * ?
AAfp:2Mortice Machines, I.awton's Patent.
I Smith's Patert Monldi ig Machi-e
I Hood?ard Patent Pl?ninv Machine.
I i ircular Saw Tah es, complete
Peversl Work Benrhea, 1 flne Lathe.
1 complete rett of S r?w Ontt?ri, and B">ies,
Lot of a-ti .1 ted FileR Screws. Chisels, 011 8ton??,
Setts of Mouldings. Planes, and oth^r Tools,
2 large GrincstoneR, A c
i .. ALSO,
Laree lots of Mahogan, and Walnut Newell Posts,
Baniste *4. Corbies, Mduldiuyn, Sro... 4<jm
rite LutH < f Nab? gany and Walnut V?De6ri,
Litsnumvi^ae Wo- u <n L?'g^ atumt one ton,
I ot Bracketts. o'diff rent etyleK,
3hnelar?e lubiux I'u s wit:> Shower Baths.Pipes.
Stopper" A c., coin p.ete
1 large Glass bide Case
^ ? a i.so.
About.IS W*' Se<rars, L(>ts !'? bacco Liquors.Ac.,
Tr getter wit'i a lot (,f Furniture, Oo ts. Table'.
( hairs. A c . A )
n y.26_te [Chr n.l W B. LEWI ?< A CO., Aucts.
|^Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. AucU. meers.
HORSE, WAO0N A NL? H ARN E^S A r ijITCTION.
On 111 ? LSI A \ M(iK N . N r. J one 2d, al 10 ?'cl c
a. m., *t the Horse Mark^f. onSikOi -tre*t ri?%f
ibeJ,^Dal "* ^ J.1 f,"1:14 f? - ti* Horse ot
eren w aeoo ai d F arne--? m >;o.>d ord"?, the a-"-s-s
is-aid to be a good family or work ..ninaai, fr-ie
fron fault and warranted -onnd in every respect
VtU icdifpttable. p
my.3i St GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auct?.
Y J. C. McGFIRE A CO.. Auc'rmneers,
SLPERIOR PARI.oR AND CHAMBER FURNI
_ On PATTJRij AY MOKMNG. Juivi 4. on the 'ira'.
floor of tte Auction Rooms, c.i.iunen -ii.e at N*
0 dock, we shall rell, ihe Furnitcee of Hnn M 3
Field. Assia'aut S*c etar* o the T-ea<ur?- re
moved io the store f^r couvenienoe of saie. eruora
Oi.e fine suite of Pa-lor Furn'ture, Iron fraire,
cushioned t-pri^K backs aid upho Is tared
to g'eensi k reps, a'tid c in,J?tinrof"D? l*rae
8<>fa. tw la k? A. m and four LkcSisr ")h*lrs.
One hai dsome Carved Bird's eye Walnut 3ide
h_j^rd with M tr-le-top.
One Walnut Carved E a*ere,
tne Hat tree, with m'rro*.
1 Ovsj Marb e ti p Centre Table,
! Konnd do S< ft Txble,
I superior polished Mahoaanr Sxt<nsica Dining
3 suites Solid Oak Chancer IJnrr.itu e, two with
Marble-top Bureau-anJ Wiishstandi, aud one
1 Painted I iirht Gre< n C' amber suite, Xarble-top
bureau and Wa*h^tAa!,
A ? pit her of Cnrl* d Ha r and Husk M-.Hresses
Feather Pii ows and B . st. - a. ?>??????,
Four frpiral 8'>rmt UoderhBls.
T?o ne>r!? new Brus*e si'a-pe'?.
Two nearly new Three ply Cha ber Oar pets,.
Brui-seis >-t*:r Cartet,
Rail ? i'clo b,
Toilet Ware.C okirg Ctensi's, A<i
All the a^-ove Ki.'pitore Uh hwu but a *hf rt
?ilr.e in use, and is of tti- b ?tuiinhty.
je I dts J. C. McGCIRl A CO., Aj?cU.
|^Y HM L WALL A Cu . Auc ioneerT
VERY SUPERIOR ANlT EaST TRWTING
H0Rj*R BRANDS Wl.vJt AT \U0T1WN
On FRIDAY, Ju' eSil. at 1 <??? ock m we w:U
s?li at the Staples?.f John Baaaley, En?.. oo Wh
street, bfw.er D and K str-et-. tt e ve?y suoayi <r
ann fa^t Tro tina Floree B.*andvwi o. ,?r >; ,"1'
eonnd, and can trot in 3.4> and ia witkont ?
The above Horse ia or ly sold bee?u<sa the eiruar
h*. no nae for him *n1 nffrt<-* a r?e-- ??p?> tre .ni?r
to ob ?in one of the flm-M hi rsr* 'n the aiiy for
eitker doable or single team.
lern.s iaah . ??
m> 31 W. I WALL A OO.. AncU,
RY J. C^MoGUIK* A^O.. * ?? ntacii.
DXf IBABLE LOT oa R1 Rj'* STRRET BET VF 1|N
4TU AN" H sTK?fc.T< W*ST
On FRIDAY at < o'elook,
on the prem-ses. ''' * "?.)', In 8?u re
N ?. 513. iroptiu* #? feet B Inohes ?* Vid?? street,
betwee ?tfc and ,,r' e a w-st. rvjniageack i H
f*4?t 8 fch? 8
Tbis Loti* heanjlfullj ?itua?ed ?n a high * wj
connnaclna P ntfon. and in ? ?tesir.hie at a
ai'e f< r d?ellin?s
Term j 0i><- third ea?h, the >einsin t**r tn 'oar
and eight months, with iuteie/ ; a cu.ed by a dead
i f t-ui-t oa be preulsea
ny ? d [Rep ] J C.MoP CI RE A OO , Aaeta.
?pOWINO PR0VPT1.V aTTKNDED ro. by tte
I Potomac To* Coii.p/.nv*? boat*. " P?.tomar,,"
"Oov. Curtin" aud " He i|r Haven " Apply to th*
Captains <?n board.or to
JonN R OAVlltSON,
?I M* Watar strea). QeAr^etowm,