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Iirmnur or Cnur a b CnirMnU JiJ-
MAM WITH COHMiaatont Dor. W fir.
the auhjolned article, a evnopela of the very Inter
eating Interview between, lien. JUr.DoIel Oonmle-
lonu of Indian Affaire, oath Uthfaetent, at the
Indian flmc., la thU e lly, prnvloueioth .lining
the treaty forwhleh they eeme her. ev f ret weeke
(to. Th. villi of theae.Indlaia u la eone.
qucne. ortnetraiipo.iuou nouo agrc. ioa treaty
mad... Red Lake, The Sonet, auaaequehtly made
ameaanenic 10 tnarreaiv ., e 10 mia, 11 oonrorm
to th mn of th ledleit Wiei the Chief,
were brought befor Uommlaeloner Dole, he.
through an interpreter, mad known the wlenee
and BueYaatloa, of tha Gove rnment. to whlah Maw.
dweiruo-nowwlnd nad lb following -reply, of
"I had toy mind made up wbu I itlrtI from
home, I earn hire to do homclhlfif for my people.
WhM I lint Into Uh tiou.e I wit very glad
to hearth remark raid by th fommliiioncr.
About MMt And fHandihlnaalatlnv hM. n.,1
j renrathero war alwaye friendly to the whltcei
they bad never air trouble at all wttb tbawbltaa.
We are atui friendly to tba wbttee, always hat
ljw'T .'- r.ut "" wliu n rrtenoenip
with tba Great rather (the rrealdeot) mar alway.
continue, and that ha may never relic hi. hand
agelnit hit ehUdren. -
.k?r?t,0.,!Prt f."11 'ixakun r mr people, I ear
thla, that they will never ralaetbelr hand, egatnet
tba white children of my Great rather mr rela
tive. I call tou mr relative., becauae aama here
to e my Onat rather, end thought ha would
htre pity on ut, aad help tie, and fire ua what wa
want, ao wa can ice hone .etlifled, I hare got two
of mr warrlorfwlth ma here, and I think and feel
for my brothera. Tba reaaoa whr I mention thli
la, that ther hare a food deal or Innnence with the
young men. Ther axe head wamora, and I with
mr Great Father wou'a feoog nlie them ae chief,
end rive them medali. , ,
"There are alio four otbera behind, four bravea,
that I choold wllh to be reeognlled aa lueh. I
would like to alt with them when, I talk about
tiualeec. 1 want td get an anawer whether they will
be allowed to me T want them all to iet medala,
but my brother! I want to be raeogeUed aa ehlefe
tny Oreit rather to fire m. a certificate
that I ahall hold In my band, of the poaltloa I hold
among my peoplei and X lih my Great Father to
tire me out of thoaeblg flagt looa't want a email
one I want a big on end a good onei and alaoa
medal. I would like to get a good one, ae my
tather wlihca mi to do, an j then I will do aceont.
lf com of my young men ihail get Into mil.
chief, I .hall then hare power cnouth to get them
out f their trouble. I will la very bappy If yon
fj" " the power to get them ouf of trouble 1?
ther ihoulj happen to get Into It with the whltec.
I wlah that en rlreat rVth ihmiU ,. ..1. .
to unit in hla baltlca. I mean, to lighting other
people, and with other natlona. I bare made up
mr rnrnd not to hare any trouble with the whltee,
or light them. Wa beta only one enemy, the
Sloui, and wa illll hara the right, whenever we
chooae, to light our enemlee. My frlendi, I would
IK to nar an anawer to the demaude I hare
Th Commieiloner then lilted that nearly all
Ibelrderaanda would ba compiled wlth that the
Preetdent had paid them a great deal more for their
landa than they were worth, but Uat hopropoaed
to pay them a great deal more, and that he wlihed
rrl malnfll ttaaiaH Iiamb Mrflk AWt a.-a- aj hh
.; "'" uu" " uiNi (lasriBiisoe ion
thrniidntwlibMlthmto obicrr MaMirlUi
fUnelthborlmrtrib-!. Tb Sioux would at oo
b remoTetl a criat dlitne from tbcm,
SeTcral m( tho other Chlcfa mtda abort peeohti.
la which thr prtfernd frUndihip, and txpreiitd
tbemaelrei plcaiatl at th proTlclooa of t naw
Vt"tr. but wlabed a eopy of It to that ther mlj(ht
howlttotholrctopl. Tbir tipreiifd a diir
to dreit llRiwblt peoplo. Ther war particu
larly urreot to obtala a portion of the au,ooo ap
propriated for thtlr eipfoiei, ao tht ther might
fromlted then by tba Coaunlaa'ooer. and thar
ben MlgntA the traatr. eadtoc aertaln laodi, and
nlo to lire In perpetual frlaadahlp with the
. Lltr Coubt. Thli court met TeeterdiT la
the Aldermen'i Chamber. La the City Hall. All the
Onmotlonof Mr.Bowan.lt waa reioWed that
the attorney for thla court ba requeated to report
-.ta tbe court, at lta next rtjtularaenlon, or as aoon
thereafter aa practicable, tbe aereral eondltlona
.lrapoiedontha Wihlnton and Rocky 1 11 Turn
pike Company by the charter thereof, and whether
aueh eondltlona and all the requlrementa of aald
charter hare bean compiled with by atldoompany,
aad whether tbe aald company haa violated the
charter, and If ao, In what mannert alio, whether
Aid turnpike la now In the condition rt quired by
tbe law. '
The Chair laid before the court a letter from Mr.
Toblaa Boudlnot aocepUnr the office of Superin
tendent of Hlfhwaye
A communication from Mr.Utennelile on the
aubject or the Waahtogton and nockrllle Turn
pike Company waa received and laid on the table.
The Ch-lr laid before the court a report of the
Clerk, ahowlot; an Inventory of all the peraonal
ivoperty purchaacd by Mr. Burr, the late Superin
tendent for the uae of tbe county.
The monthly account of Dr. Nleholt, Super vlior.
- waa preaented and ordered to be paid.
Col. Belt aubmltted reaolutlonat which were
read, amended, aad adopted, aa followai
netotvti. That there maybe appointed In each
achool dlatrlet In the county of waahtntton, two
aupervtaora Inatead of one aa heretofore, and that
the Superintendent of Iteada la hereby authorized
to deiignate the apeelOa road and parte or roada la
which each ahall havejurladictlon aad In which
he ahall have eupervlalon
Jlttthti further. That it ahall be made the duty
of the Superintendent to report to thla court the
nameaof aueh aupervlaora aa he may from time
to time deem Incompetent or unworthy,
Onmotlonof Mr. Tbomaa,ltwaa
Ritottxd, That the Bupulnteudantof roada beln
atructed to examine the road leading from Seventh
atreet Into Georretown to lha ati-ine. wmhnnt.
with a view to place aaldroad la thoroot;h repair,
and tbat he Invite the eo-operatlonef theauthor-
ltlei of Georgetown lu aueh examination, and re-
liv.viU..,i,..unuiueuvu VaIUUlalteSUU, MU IV-
port on the fir it Monday In June an estimate of
tor. on ine nrac m
ha coat of theaame
On motion of Mr. Blagdon, It waa
Rt tolled. That the aum of alxty dollars, or aa
much thereof aa may be necessary, be appropriated
to the repair of the waabea made by tbe late ratna
on tte riney Branch road, on each aide of, and
near aald branch
On motion of Mr. Plant, It wae eBaieW, That It la
expedient that the new road laid out from the old
Bladenibunt road by Sire Bite a farm, through
Mr. Queea'i and Mr. Mlller'aland to the lMetrlet
, line, he ao altered from the original aurreyaeto
avoid the crook made In eroaalng Bear Branch, and
ahall be made aa nowaiakedout by the late Super
intendent of Koadi.and that the Surveyor be di
rected to run the line therein Indicated under the
direction of the Committee on Improvement., plat
the aame, and return aueh plat to thla court) pro
vided thai thla Treasurer shall not pay for aald
plat more than $10.
Onmotlonof Mr, Plant, It waa also Rttolwd,
that the aurveyor of the county of Washington,
D C, be and he Is hereby Instructed to atone the
new road between the northwest and southwest
boundaries of the Barry farm, known aa the Stick
foot Branch road, aa now laid off", and trade and
make a plat of the aame and present It to this court
as usual; provided, that the fame shall not cost
more than $IS.
The chair laid before the court a Utter from the
the Register of Willi, encloslajran account for re
nordliig the wills left unrecorded by the late I . N
Koeche The account waa referred to the Com
mittee on Claims and the letter waa laid on the
Mr Burr, from the ComsUUeaon Improvements,
to which was referred the letter of Pleroo Shoal
maker, reporting the destruction of the foot-bridge
over Rock Creek, near hla mill, reported Ihe fol
iUiolvtd, That $100, or aa much thereof as may
be necessary, be appropriated for repairing the
footbridge at Sboemaker'a Mill Adopted.
Ua motion ol Mr. Burr, it waa resolved that all
supervisors working on. the publlo roada In the
county of Washington ahall receive S rerdey,
provided they work six or more able-bodied men,
exclusive of drivers, and $S per day when the num
ber shaltteleis than six (and that the superintend
ent ahall see that tblsresolullon la compiled with.
The court then proceeded to appoint Supervisors
of County Roads The following were appointed.
Isaac Marshall, First ishool District; Daniel Light
foot, Second do ( James T, Osbora, Third do , north
parti S I'. Drown, Third do , southern part) A, P.
U Shoemaker, fourth do i Blehard Burr and John
Grinder, Fifth do.
The vcaa nndnaya were oalled on the nomina
tion of Richard Burr.
Mr. Lnrner alone voted nay.
Wm. Barnes and s. M. Gelding, sixth district,
Thomaattanderaon. Seventh district,
The court then adjaurned.
SuAXi. Itimb, Upward of ono hundred de
serters committed to Forrest Hall prison, George
town, during the ait three daye were sent to Ren
dezvoua Distribution yesterday The fourth
A atrong opposition la now going on between the
ri-tj'uj' . vuuimt.u ufBDcu jail nigm
river ferries between this city
Th Wilkes court-martial 1
erne, uetwovn mis eny end Alexandria.
The Wllkre oourt-martlai met again Tester-
jUv. tLoramanders Rtdcelr and Bttn .!.. .
Amined and testified to the efficiency of Admiral
WUke The regular monthly meeting-of the
louog Men's Chrlstaln Association of this cltv
was held last htgbt It was quite Interesting..., ,'
It Is understood that Cot. Baker has submitted a
volumninous report relet log to alleged frauds in
tke Treasury Department The last Prcsiden-
tlal reception of the season will take place this
evenlos; from B to 11 o'clock p, m.
Scntencis COMJcyrsD. Tho Prealdent of
the United States haa commuted the sentences &
the following prisoners, all ( whom were tried by
court-martial, and sentenced to be shot to death
by musketry, to Imprisonment at the Dry Tortu
res during the war, vlxi Jacob Schwarts, George
tVhwartz, George Cartete, John Williams, and
trankMavrls,or thauth Massachusetts volun
teerii Allison Ortoo.ltth United States tnfsntryi
Ldwm Miller, Lharlea Bennlog, Charlea Campbefl,
Jacob Omller.erank OpUnUr, George II Thomp
eoufJameanoman,Jamea W Smith, John Din hie.
and Louis Beers, Utl, United States lalantm Wm
T. Goodwin, 17th United Statee Infantry? Il.rv
Shields, Edward Shaoklaford, and John McCauler
UHXh cw Jersey voluuteera v-juiey,
BcouqnT on this uonnina, auj cau to
bought at o 433 rennaylvanla aveuue, near our.
and s-hslf street, new and beautiful styles of gold
plated Jewelry, for one dollari also, double-plated
teaspoons, at the Dollar Jewelry store, its Tena
1 iylYaala avenue, near Youana-a-halfatret,
,,y ' . ,." ". .,
ritviitums Condition or Brio. Geksbil
Torrvif. U. S. A. We leara tbat Brig. General
Tolt4, the present venerable and worthy Chief ol
the Engineer Depaitment of the United Statee
Army, la lying; dangerously ill at bis residence, on
Seventeenth atreet, in thie city He haa been at
ikbhi ui uia urpnriraiaiiormanT roars, i,
60 years of age. 4
Tm Nxw MisreT.TTnni..- On Satnrdav
last the Common Council committee for building
the new market-house, of which hla Honor Mayor
Addison Is chairman, mat and opened tbe bids ao
eordlng to advertisement. Ibe following are the
oiua and bidderai Robt. M Green, w,eoe.rr( cnas.
Carmans. .,670( David Gordon, til 000, John A.
Ream, $(i,9a Sam. stronr, Sx0,STS John Murphy,
m 1 . m '
Os a Brain. At 1 o'clock reaterdar Dor.
den Jr. Co a employees struck for ts per day, and
Suit work, mueh to the aurprtse of the agent, who
as an unusual number of boats at the wharvea
tj iitdui 01 lUNuarguii tavir ot.rgue.it
u Horning ore wea oiseovereu oy umoera no
ley and Roblnsom In the large brick unoccupied
house on Po tomes atreet, opposite Ray k. Brothers'
flour mill. It waa undoubtedly the work of an
Incendiary, but tbe vigilant offleers discovered It
tn time to save the property. The house belongs
to George HUl, jr.
Ws tiki tho subjoined news from tho Stati
Journal of the 18th lnst.t
)lr Lett MuKiA Ore broke outlast night about
iwo o'ciovk 10 nouie on rcyiou sirrei, owneu oy
Mrs Mankio. Although the steam fire engine and
the Sun engine were promptly on the ground and
did rood service, vet Mn M.nktBinronrtr. non.
listing of two brick houses, two bake houses and
toaiB nitKi, wrif cnurciy consumer inere was
no tesuranee on the property, and the loss la about
tt.ooo. A Government stable, which stood near
tbe nronertv consumed, was In rreatdaarer. ant it
was by the utmost exertions of the Are companies
that It was saved. The Friendship engine was not
present at the tire, from the fsct that ane la under
Contraband 1 Wa era lnfnrml hv a raelltM
fentlemanthat the condition of the contrabanda
n thla elty la such aa to produce a contagion on
the ttrat advent of warm weather. Will not the
military authorities Investigate tbe matter 1
tonrezirrn-Wa were pleased this morning to
see Mr. W. D Massey, our worthy postmaster,
Bin at llai Affaa ansa la.a -a.- r '
Froptrty &fi Forty odd cases of aeliure of
yrvjjc.-a lur conuernnanoa vnaer me connscaiion
act. are advertised In our paper of to-day. The
United States District Court la very busy It tbe
hearing and disposition of cases under this act
Settla to Weare requested bythe U.S. Marshal
to state that all purchasers at the recent aalea of
confiaeated property should come forward at once
and aettle their bills.
OppotUton The proprletora of tbe steamer
"Yeung America" advertises, tc-day,tbat they are
on the "opposition," and have reduced Ihe fare to
ei FeKce. The new Polloe have donned a badge
with tbe Inaerlptloa "MUltsry Police." We trust
this new force mar do the small amount of aervlee
that la required of them tn an effectual manner.
A 1eavy Day's ITere On Friday last, Judge Un
derwood heard and entered decrees in some twenty
cases uadcr tbe eonflscatlonlaw. This, we believe,
is the largest day's work yet done by thla court.
Ford's New ThiUths Mr. Forrest playa
" Othello" to-night, and of eourse the House will
DC Crowd J tM nltnaaa hla a-ranrf rial lnt Inn nfiha
-.;.' ;r """ -" 1 v.r. -..-":: "-"
jniuui eiovr iomorrow ( tvcunesuayjnigni, mr.
uiauup uencu. 1 10 taae piaee, ana ne ueserves a
Cistirbcht Mlsic IUli. Miss Mary
Fielding, a vocallat and actress of real merit, made
her first appearance last evening to an overflow
ing house, and by her auperlor talanta created
decided Impression on the audience. She is pos
sessed of rare beauty, and Is destined to become a
bright luminary at this establishment. John Mul
ligan hss acquired hosts ol admirers, and portrays
the eccentricities of tbe genuine African to life.
Hla dialect la beyond erltiofsm. In consequence of
uiuunutui pcraoni who nar ocen unaDiaio
rsln admission far Ihe na.it wa-b. Th Hnma
that Jack Built" will be pet formed positively the
YiBiiTiBS. Another crowded houio last
night to sae the great mammoth ahow. All the
lovely ladies were loudly encored, while the pan
tomime of "Mods Deohalumeau" was reeelvid
with great glee Thla la tbe last week of the pop-
uib iiauiuuiiuia., nroaaucs eosier. " great
Kthloplsns, Kerns and Thompson, are a permanent
feature. Wednesday afternoon ladles' and clerks'
levee-grand family assemblsge and popular per
WXUTMDRBT'8 OiLLXRT, 454 FXHICSTLTiJIU
Avinur. Thli celebrated establishment has Just
been elegantly refitted and famished. Has one of
the largest collections of Pbotographlo aegatlvea
In thla country, numbering over fifteen thousand,
embracing likenesses of distinguished persons'
both civil end military. Likenesses of many of
these fallen lu battle ean be obtained here. For
upenowwortc. wmiennrs. outstripping his com
petitors, received a medal at the World's Fair,
London. Particular attention Is called to hla new
Imperial Photographs, also Mgnatts now much
uusm tiicr. n0VI l
Am one having occasion to visit private
uomivb. iuiu.uuvu aia huvi-vu to can UU UT,
A large and auccrssful practice here and else
where enablea him to guaranty a perfeot cure In all
All visits and communications strictly private
and confidential. Persens calling see no one but
the Doctor. febl tf
The only place where you can pnrchaee India
Rvbbrr goods of all kinds at Nanufoctwert prices, is
at H. A. HALL'S India Rubber Warehouse, llO
Pennsylvania avrnue, between Mnth and Tenth
streets. Also, all kinds of Rubber goods beaull
ully repaired at short notice. mar as tf
Niw York Bttlks. GmtUmmU ClcLMnqt
hao and FatMontbtetJi. large assortment for Dress
and Business wear. The Enrltih Sack nA Wallr.
Ins Coats exoell in beauty, grade and finish any
thing over offered in this city.
in Pa. a v.. bet. Ninth and Tenth als.
tEJ-Diseases of the Nervous, Seminal,
Urinary and Sexual Britama n.v ami ra.imt.1
treatment In Reports of the HOWARD ASSOCIA
uun-wni my mu iu aeaiea letter enveiepei,
TON, Howard Association, No. 1 South Ninth
(t uuautiuui, rii m9iy
QPFIO I A L,
Adjotaht Gehxeal'j Orricn,
WABHUVOTOir. April 19. 1&C4.
ThefollowlngofflcershavlngbeenrcDorted at the
headquarters of tho army for the offences here
inafter specified, are hereby notified that they
will stand dismissed from the service of the United
States unless, within fifteen (16) days from tela
date, they appear before the Military Commlnlon
In aesslon In this city, of which Brigadier General
John C. Caldwell, United States volunteers. Is
preside..!, and make satisfactory defence to the
charges against them:
iorlting in Ma tity of WotMngton without authority.
Captain James Bleby, company A, 1st Maryland
Abunce without leaxe and diioledientc of ordtri
Second Lieutenant William M. Piatt, Sid Penn
sylvania veteran volunteers.
Ab$rnct without liavt.
Captain A M. Pollard, BSth IUInola veluntears
Lieutenant T C. Boughton, 23d Michigan volun
teers. Lieutenant Colonel John K. Bslf, 13th Indiana
Captain John Crenel, Mth Indiana volunteers.
First Lieutenant John M Brasher, tath Indiana
First Lieutenant George H. Dunn, Slth Indiana
Second Lieutenant J olid C. Myers, loth Indiana
Second Lieutenant Charles Hoc Mth Indiana
Second Lieutenant James McHugb, 18th Indiana
Captain Henry Sutton, aith Kentucky volun
First Lieutenant Adoiph Knapp, id New Jersey
Captain James J. smiley, trith Indiana volun
teers. Lieutenant R H Ogden, 119th Kew York volun
teers Captain J. II. BUiitr, company D, 87th Pennsyl
Captain Alfred r. Glrty, 67th Ohio volunteers
Captain William R. rack, eomi an) A, 91st Illi
Captain Jordan Lakln, company H.Otat Illinois
volunteers e. D, TOWNSLND,
apt 9 Assistant Adjutant General
In receipt ol a large assortment of Boys' and
dren'a Clothing of the neweat atyles, suitable
for the preaent aeaaon for dress andaehool wear.
to which we Invite the attention of parent.
WALL, STEPHENS k. Co ,
IS rnnayl7anla Avenue, between
Mnth and Tenth atreeta
apt 10-tfli (Star h Intel.,
ANTED--TIIREE COPIES OF
thla nancr lnuod tbe 334 el February.
TirANTEDLADIE3 TO CAM. AT
t V tl Mmuhntrtti arena, (north tlee,)
between Fourth and Fifth, when .11 kind. o(
PLAIN IEWINO la neatlr and aaredltlouilr eie
eaud, at reaionable prtaea. aplwt
VJtr Alt T B D.-TWO HUNDRED
, It i-Auuairiu 1IADDJ wanted at tbe Oeorra
town Coil Wharrca. Wiiri paid weeklr,
FFIOE DEPOT COMJUBSAHY OF
auBSUTENCE, WnnmoTor', D. C.AprU
Wantedonc trnNnnvn nonn nAKcna
at the OoTernment Cakery In tbla oltr, on o atreet.
apS-at I, C atlEENC Captain C S. V.
TOtoB BONE WANTED I
The underilgnea will paj ONE DOLLAn per
too pounda for all Green, Camp and Hoapltal
BONE dellrered at thalr raetorr. corner Twenty.
aerenth and Q atreeta.
mn-lm UORQAN k IIHINEHART,
TAMD WAnRANTB WANTED,
l-TT LAND WARRANTS t to, to, IM and 160
a aa lun -1 .til. a.
asrM wanted immediately by
CLABK k OAYLOnD
nox-tf Room h corner Seventh and F sis
' warn DtfiiTMriT. n
Va Dcfaktuert, Cavalbt Boxcav, )
OrrtCX Or ClllXr UuABTtBMAITEX,
WABRtNOTOK. D O . AtiHI 1I.1MI .
One hundred and flflw.flv aifuia rVlla ui
head will be paid for all
delivered within the next fifteen fifl) days at the
Government stables at Glesboro. D, t.
said horses to be sound In all particulars, not
leas than five (6) nor more than nine (91 years oldt
from HK to II hands hlghi full fleshed, compactly
built, bridle wise, and of alxe autnclent for cavalry
7e apoeificattont irOI bt ttrittlu t&Ktrtd to and
rigidly tnfonid tn every pert Icuer.
B-raatniaaonaeiivaryoi ten (10) and over.
Hours of Inspection, a. m. to a p. m
.. . . . 'AMES A KKIN,
Ueut. Col.'nad Chief Quartermaster,
aplt-iflt cavalry Bureau.
i nan a-rtilleut
1UVJU WANTED AT ONCE.
Orricn or CHixr Qoartebmaitzii
DxroT or Washihotoit,
WlllltVATnaT. T1 r Inrfl II 1CUJ
1.000 tlfinSK' nlliMai l.itll.....l.. llt.
bepurobasedatthlsdepetbythe undersigned, In
AM naib.l ( .l.l...i.1 aa .. .j-.-. I .
ria , imiu uita uniu uiT u, iai4 in jois
One IA flit, at nn hnnilrarl an,) al.tw.Hva tnK
Jars (tU) tier anlmalt each animal to be subjected
w Mia u.uai uoTcrnmenc inspection nciore being
Horses to be delivered to, and Impacted by, Cap-
". . evwcaiue, jxt iii , u, a a , voiorr
irriuijfsgnuiiDu u sireeu( waamngten, a li
Brigadier Geieral and Chief Quartermaater,
apll-TTt Depot of Washington
.VAKDxrABTMEirr, Cavalxv Boieav.
orricn or Cmrr Quahterhastcr.
WlllllltlTnv. I! I' . Anvil f) 1H1
One hundred and nriv StftOl ilnttara n. t,aa,l
a,IM1,.a:Mf".7. " - 1 -
"i wb vitu ivr Mil
dellvercd within the next fifteen (15) daya at the
uuiuuuiiut a.auica at uiriooro, 1. n
Said horses to be sound in all particulars, not
less than live (8) nor more than nine (9) years oldt
from lav to it hands high, full fleshed, oompaotly
built, bridle wise, and of site sufficient for cavalry
Thtt tptciflcattont eiU U itrictlydhmd to oni
ttgidty tnforctd in tttry particular.
Payments made on delivery or ten (10) and over.
Hours of Inspection from 9 a. m. top m.
James a. ekin.
Lieut Col. and Chief Quartermaster,
aps-lSt Cavalry Bureau.
T)OARDINO.--ANUMDER OP GEN,
D tlemen ean obtain beard at No. 47 Maryland
uua kxiBiTu a-uufuau-ea-aauiauiiisiainstrerii,
piANO-FORTE FOR SALE.
Rosewood Case seven octave, matalllo frame,
aweet and powerful tune, and warranted for three
years. Price 1330 Apply to
C. If FAnRELL,
epi-tf No. ISO Bridge atreet, Georgetown.
OR BALKA LARGE, COMMODI-
ous. well-built home, situated In tha ranit
eslrable nart of the e'tv. for sale. It ! well fur.
aiinca.aqu me lurnuure will oe sold with the
house sat a great bargain Inquire of
WARP H LAM ON,
United States Marshal, D C, 410 F street, Waib
3 HUE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND
L a large quantity of OAK and FINE WOOD,
oroughly seasoned and In good condition, which
he is prepared to deliver to purchasers In any part
of the city, at reduced prices. Also, Anthracite
and Cumberland COAL, In quantities to suit pur
chasers Orders solicited at his new Wood Yard,
No. 491 Tweltth street, between E and P streets.
not-tf F. E. CORBKTT.
ESTATE AND GENERAL
very body should sail on
. n. n niiL.iaB.it.
For servants and real estate. Ageacy No, sit Mnth
treet near Pennsylvania avenue, (north )
Particular attentlnn nald to tharastina-of buret.
lings and Boarding Houses, stores, fco. Real Ka
tate and ether Property bought and sold on eo ra
mi! ilea. ,
Property boldera ean obtain the best of tenants
n.u. lu-Miioi roierenoe civcu wneu reomreo.
"P O R 8 A L
IM eases Drake's Plantation Bitters
300 " W. J. c. Club House Gin.
HO bbls. Old Rye Whiskey
50 Tery Old Ry Whiskey,
loo half chests Tea of various kinds,
too boxes Old riantatlon Co ire e
100 kits Mess Mackerel.
100 balfklta Mess Mackerel.
loo kits No. l do.
too No s do
100 " rick led Salmon
60 bags Old Java CotTee.
And a tjeneral assortment of Wines, Liquors,
Champagne i, Havana ClgarsT&a , at market rates.
W. CORWIN BURQy,
No. It North Charles street,
mlMy, Baltimore, Md.
TTOU8EB FOB BALE.
Aeorner Lot, ISO feet front on Pa av . contain
lne; tt,too square feet of ground Improved by stores,
offloes, and rceldenoes Is one of the best location!
for a flrst-clsis hotel In Washington. Tbe whole
of this excellent property ean be purchased for
$115,000 120,000 eash, balance on long time
A fine Brick Residence on K st , oppoalto
Franklin Square, 13 rooms, M by lis If et
to to foot paved alley, stable and carrlace
ucsiraoie uiiCK on iitnii,ar ra. av , so
by 100, 10 rooms 8,0C0
Brick Residence on L st , W by 137, 10 rooms,
good stable s ,600
A substantial Brick, on B at bet 3d and Id,
18 by loo. S rooms ifioo
A snug Utile Brick House, on L st , It) by 100,
Frame Dwelling, it rooms, and lo.fioo feet of
ground. , 7,000
A neat Frame House, on Uth st , 13 by 100, 6
One on 6tu at , bet. N and O ata , 33 by 128, fl
Two Frames on Nst bet 4th and 6th sts , it)
vj iv, i rwrai, cif n, ,. ,, i,iw
Bulldlog Lots In all parts of the city.
A number of desirable Farms for sale
Real Estate Brokers,
mli-tf Southeast eor. Pa, av. and 16th st.
TriMBALL A BINtLAIU, PRACTI
IV CAL MACHINISTS and repairers of frlntlng
Irenes, steam Lnglnes, Boilers, Sewing Machines,
ha. Shoo. In rear of tbe RzrusLicaM offloe. Ninth
street, between rennsylvanla avenue and I) street
Fersonal attention devoted to the business, and
all work guaranteed to give aatlifaction. aplS-itn
pHBAP BOOKB I CHEAP BOOKS I !
upward of 1,000 works of fc.og.ish and Foreign
r it, n
'orfiy, iS0i,eto, etc ,
A I IIOHI
XO to 40 per cent below the regular prices,
at HEILFRIN'S Bookstore,
344 Fennsrlramla avenue,
apl4eolm bat lath and nth streets, north
AHE OHAJCE FOH A PEIlbON
Wiihln to Entraee in theUholesale and
all flraatrv lijilna.a.Thiiinit1r1TneJ havlntr
been actively engaged In business for a period of
twenty-one yean, and deilrlotr to retire from the
iim,uuir inrir sioce, logeiner Wlifi iuo geou
will of their establishment, lor sale, and the house
api-eootmi MUitR. iii3iK.
II E A L B I o ,
VI riNNSYI MIA Akht ,
Betwcei -Jlii in.! rii ii-diiiii
BOARDING BY THE DAY OR WXLU W11U
UU WllflUUl JtUUUtltU,
&IS1LI AT aXX. IIOBtii.
Give Of sal. J
6 B. QILMAH,
renmrlranlt ennae, near Wlllirdi' Hotel
LEONARD OROVTR DIRECTOR
Alio ol Ororer'e N- Cheatnut street Theatre,
ENTHUIATIC unCCFas OF
CROWDING THE THEATRS TO EXCESS.
Th Qattirlnir eommendatlona of the FhUadel.
thla Treaa were moat uomlatakabljr emloraed by
be heirtf plaudlU of th Una and fnhlonabl
I'KRFECT THUNDERS OF ArTLAUSE
were abowered upon them, In aereral lnitance
eiuiln, an Interruption or Are mlnutei.
Tbla great eompanr will appear acaln
THIS (TDLSDAT) XVKNINO, APRIL I,, IMI,
In Tom Taylor'a great plar, the
THE DRAMA ENTIRE I
THE MAGNIFICENT SCENER1,
BjrMr J. R. fmltb and Mr. D A stroer, aol th
UNPARALLELED STRENGTH OF CAST
Har won th hlcheit eominendatlona from both
the prraa and tbe publte.
MR. C. KOPPITZ AND GRAND ORCHESTRA
v HI plar, durlnfr the erenlnc, the TlekeUif.Leare
Overture, II Diailo Waltt, Drllllante, and a Day
with the Irlih Brlrade Kovpllx.
SCALE Or PRICES I
Oreheatra Chain ?5eenta
Dreia Clrel and Parquatt M
ramllr Clnle ss
NoeitraeharreforreierTedieiti. Tlekcta for
TUESDAY EVENINO, April SO, 1861,
C D HESS,
apl Duilneaa Manlier aad Treaaurer.
THORP'S NEW THEATRE,
JC TENTH STREET, ABOVE PA AVE.
THE SKAK8PXAREAN TEIUCFNThNARY.
"The tide of time, which Is sonitantly wearing
away the dissoluble fabrics of other poets, passes
by without Injuring the adamant of "hakspeare."
Dim iprllJJ,lM Died April 33, KI6
We shall not look upon his like again "
The manager, In order to lend propr clot to the
Ter-eentenarv celebration of tha blrthda of tha
great poet of the time, will devote thla week to
a uiiAnu unAoiAi.u re-siiVAL,
ly the production excluslvclv of Shaksoearean
plavr, luustratrd bythe best Shaksearean actor
of the a-c. FD WIN FORREST, Who will appear
TIIII (Tuesday) EVENING, April Iff, IMI,
IOR THE LAST TIUE, AS
?-U cdnesday Dene tit o( Mr. t B BUheit.
tit uoKon or
THE LADIL1 OF THE LATE FAIR,
HALL OF Tilt, PATENT OFFICI BUILDING,
In which tho Fair was hel 1,
ON TUESDAY L LNING, AmiL W, IMI
The proceeds to be applied for the bencilt of the
families of tbe soldiers of the District ol Columbia
Hon Hannibal Hamlin. lca Preittlent Unit..
Hon Schuyler Colux, Speaker or House of Rei
resentatlvea United State
Hon Solomon Foot, of ermont
Hon Richard Wallach, Mayor of W ashington
linn Henrv Addlion. Mavnr of (.rorrftAwn.
u u rrrocn,
Henry D Cooke,
8 J Bo wen,
W P Dole
Jamas S Grlnnell,
Frederick W Sewnrtl.
William M Shual.r.
Job W Angua,
John H Scmmca,
J P fiartholow,
Major O R Lathoni
Joicph J Mi),
A H shepherd,
John O Nleolsy,
flW Taj lor.
John M BroiiheaJ.
John L Harm
ol John a steplienaon,
rion ;awar i xuei'i.erson.j u win.
Hon John W loraey, W L Avery,
Hon D K Cartter, William Wneelan,
Hon Auguitus Frank, Captain W T Harts,
Hon Robert CScheeck, Hudson Taylor,
Hon Will am D Kelley, W L Mcholson,
nun . y uouoriUKC, A -oijaiiin,
Hon Juitln s Morrill,
O O Sympion,
M II Uihrer,
Charlea K Mix,
Jamce R Doollitlr Jr,
MaJ Carrlngton Raj monil
Cant J R Howard,
J llurrowa Ton era,
Samuel Bac n,Jr
nun rnciua u.xicr,
Hon Wm Whalej ,
Hon T O Howe,
Hon John AKaiion,
Hon John 11 Rice,
Hon H Winter Davit.
Hon Z Chamllcr.
Hon John W Lonrvear. JohnF2.nnlt.
Hon M S Wllklnaon, William D Uebb,
fiun William n inugiu.
Hoj Daniel Claik,
Hon llieo M romerov.
Wm Henry Ibllllpt,
Jamaa Stco e,
Capt Montgomrr) ,
Gen J H Mirtlndale,
Col K M Greene,
Col J B Fry,
s York Alice,
Gen Henry W Benhlm. JoieohFRrow
Surgeon D W Bllii, William BTod I,
surgeon wm inompion.u Dl Wight,
i.in ncury u acueeir,
Major John O Uali,
A W Randall.
Col M Thompson,
tvoi U lowers,
Capt T M Cooly,
Capt J a C Lee.
Major nil Scott
ue cre nui
BaJge Ked Ribbon
B B French, s J Bowen,
Hlchard V. allaoh, William B To 1 1,
John I! Semmcs
1NYITAT10M AND HICEMI0N
oamufi i- jtcii, k i. sie, em,
lion pi wiiKinion,
C F Stansbury,
Dftdje Blue Ribbon
colonel L Towers
Dr Wm K MeHtilF)
Captain II L Schcetr, N 11 Rurett,
Mfijor Stebblns, C H Hueitls,
James Galway, J W Angus,
Dr D W niln, Samuel Bacon Jr ,
I D Oilman, James C Shinkl-n I
B B French, Jr , T J M Barehus.
A L Hays, Capt Le brand Bene Uct.
Bdgc While nibbon
Janus Steele, A Wltileben, J B Will
Capt FM Cool),
ColL M Greene,
J I- 'liurctti,
J W Aogus.
J P Bartholow,
Badge lied, VMtite, and Blue Ribbon
William B Webb, SJDowcn, Caj t L S Vtlcklla.
Bidgc Yellow Ribbon
Tickets Three Dollars To be ha I nt (ho Book
Stores and Hotels
Gentlemen deslrlnr Cards of Invitation for La
dies will leave names with S P Del', at the Man-
BKers-s jioom, raieni urace, or ar mo uruit &iore
of D GUman, or Hudson Taylor s Bookstore,
rennsylvanla atenue. apli-thatuSO
rpAKKN BY TIIE METROPOLITAN
I POLICE, AS STOLLN
tn the 28th utt. a stout built B K HORS1C, right
hind foot white, blaok mane and tall, about it
hands high, was taken from John Holland alias
Johnson, (colored,) urider circumstances showing
tbe stme was stolen rho owner li hereby noti
fied to prove the same to tbe satisfaction of the
Property Clerk of the Police District, at hlsoltile
No 48S Tenth street west, prior to 10 o'clock, a. m.
Thursday, April 33, IMI, or sal 1 horse wtll be then
sold for cash to the highest bllder. at thebaianr
of W. L.Wall b. Co, No 93 Loulil-na atenue,
pursuant to law.
By order GEO R HLRRICK.
W L WALL it Co.
rroj cny s-ictm.,
apis, as, 37
VjT ntT0 now tn ,tore 'nil stock of Gentlemen'!
Sprint; Overcoats, Business Suits, Dress Suits, and
Furnltbtrg Goods of the latest styles manufactur
ed wllh tbe same degree of neatness, it) lo, and ole
geace, as if mtdo to order.
WALL, 8 TEPHFNS h Co ,
1ft Pennsylvania Avenue, bctweon
Ninth and Tci fi street!
i r ni-tnf feikr ,, inui I
S GOLDSTEIN, LIOENBED PAWN
, BROKER AND LOAN 01 FILL,
31 Fourand a-l.lf street north, near Tenus) 1. anla
The highest advances given on Watches, Die
monds, Jewelry, Silverware, Le Old Gold and
Slher bought for cash, Aiwa) a on hand, a large
lot of goods of all descriptions at private sale
Watohes nnd Jtwrlry repalre 1 and w arrsnte 1
QUO All. .40 HIIDB. OUHA AN!)
O Itorto Rleo Sugar, part prime
just received, and for sale by
JOHN H SUMMFS U CO,
No MS, corner Bth st. and Louisiana avenue,
plWt Opposite west en I tcntro Nrket
TORD'H tNEW THEATRE.
TSNT1I ATREET, AHOVB riNN'A AVkNUE,
' WAiHIHQTON, Jf
OWNED AND MANAGED BY JOHN T. TORD.
THE SIIAKSrEAREAN TIR-CENTXNNAIIY,
" Th tld of tlm, which te eonatantlr wearing
awar th dlaaolubl fabrloa of othtr poetf, paaiea
by without Inlurlng fh adamant of ffhakepear.'
GRAND FESTIVAL WEEK.
Born April 3t, Icst-DIed April J3, 1111.
"WE SHALL NOT LOOK UPON HIS LIKE
Tli Menertr, In order to lend prtper ftbt to the
Terentennarjr Celebration of tha Great Toet of
the time, haa organlied
A DRAMATIC rESTIVAL WEEK,
ON MONDAY EVENINO, APRIL IS, IMI,
UhlehwlllbflderotedexoIualTelr to tbtprodua
tlon of th Shakapearean plari, Uluitrated by the
BEST SH AKSPEAREAN ACTOR OF THE AGE,
Now undar a elnfle management In the country.
The gala cntertalnmentl wilt culminate
ON SATURDAY EVENING, ArRtL 11,
(St. George'e Day,)
The annlreraary of the Poet'a Birth and Death, In
a iplendl 1 eommemoratlre entertainment.
The following are the aeleelloni fortha weekt
MONDAY, April IS UAMLLT
TUESDAY, April 19 KINO LEAR
WEDNESDAY, April SO AS YOU LIKE IT
THURSDAY, April SI OTHELLO
FRIDAY, April S3 MACBETH
SATURDAY, April 31-A SIIAKSrEAREAN FES
TIVAL AND ILLUMINATION.
NOTICE -Mr. Forreat trill not be able, during
the preitnt engagement, U appear aTeln In cither
of the aeovenamod playa.
Box ahect now open far the three flrit evening!
T E U D U 11 Y HALL.
MUSIClIALL AND THEATRE,
Louititiui A emus, near th nrner of Simt irretf
(In rear of the Metropolitan and National Hotel! )
SIGN OF THE BIG CALCIUM LIGHT.
W. B Cavanaugh
THE ONLY FIRST-CLASS CONCERT HAIL IN
GREAT STAR AILIANCE
GREAT STAR ALLIANCE.
HOUSFS CROWDED NIGHTLY
HOUSfcS CROWDLD M9HTLY.
AUDIKNCES WILD WITH DFLIGHT.
AUDIENCES WILD WITH DELIGHT.
The Management, determined tbat no other es-
lADiisnmeni in ine worm snau
the Canterbury, either In the quantity or quail t)
of attraction olTeted, haa, at an unlimited ex
pense, eogaced tha following artistes, whose
world wide reputation have stamped them the
tery aoxeof professional excellence
Without anv exceDtlon the best Kthlonlftn torn.
edian nf the age.
W. B CAVANAUGH,
W. B CAVANAUGH,
Dt- IFHANTY AND WARD,
DFLMIANTY AND WARD,
The greatest Uog Dancers in the world
J II DOUGHERTY,
J. H. DOUGHLRT.,
W. H WILLIAMS,
VV II tH.LlAA13
With tbe entire Canterbury Company, In n num
ber of original and laughable acts.
First appearance of
MISS MARY FIELDING,
The talented Comedienne and Vocalist
MISS JrNNIa. ENGRL,
MISS JLNNIL LNGFL,
The sweet Voaallst
T1IL RONZANI BALLET TROUPE.
Consisting of sixteen joung ladles, In the beaull'
fill French Ballet, entitled the
NYMPHS OF THE SFA,
NYMPHS OF THU "A.
THE CANTERBURY BOUQUET OF BEAUTi .
JFNNIF FORREST, NELLIE RAINFORD, LS-
TKLLK I-UHHISI. D1AUUIE WILSON,
NAOMI PORTER, FLORLNtK niVERS,
LUCY CLIFTON, LSI MA S CHILL,
In two naw Divertissements.
rosltirely the Lait Week of the successful Trick
THE HOUSE THAT JU3IC BUILT I
Admission 36 ecnts
Orchestra 60 cents
Private Hexes, holding six persons ,.t
Dors open at 1 o'clock! Performance to com
mence at 8 o'olock
On SATURDAY AeTLRNOON, at 3 o'clock,
TO LADIES t
Noticb On account ol the very unpleasant
state of the weather for the last feur Saturday
Afternoon Matinees, the proprietor, at the request
oi many mmiiici, win qktb repeaieu
POSlTIVkLY OR THE LAST TIME,
POSITIVELY FOR THE LAST TIML,
the highly successful Trick Pantomime, entitled
HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT.
which will be performed at cheap prices, positively
ior ine iit iium
Admission Ladies 33 ceatsr Children 10 cents
SNOW'S CFLEBRATED TROUPE OF
PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKE S
Are engaged, and win shortly appear
In rehrnrsal, the great Frlzo Drama, writteu by
jonn s rccii, -(!, oi jhctt iuik. ior wnicn no re
eelvcd the prlto of ftftoo entitled the
and played for upwards of two weeks In New York
elty with the greatest success aplS
VARIETIES! VARIETIES 1
MUSIC HALL AND THEATRE,
f Fronting Pcnn'a avenue and Mnth street 1
HambllnfcCo . . . ....Proprietors
Fttsslmuons . Stage Manager and Advertiser
KULL Ol T1U 1IRST PKOPLE NIGHTLY
GlfEAl PUBLIL UKSOHT OF THE AMUSE
TKN PRKTTY LADY ARTISTES, all young
graceful, and attractive
MIL HI- RNANDA FOSILR
In addition will also appear tho following Lady
n Mil I Ina. u iniil. Aueusta Walbr. Lou-
lia Walby, Fanny May, Kitty Lee, Maggie Vernon,
Alan, the Two Groat Star Ethiopians, the Favor
ite Artistes of this city,
lie Ar"""KERN8 AND THOMPSON,
The best FtMe.il-.as nf the day
MISS FUIKLAND MISS ATLANTA, the Actress
aid tho ocallst
The great oomio paniominie, nous ucsiinunieau
IheBallctsof ''ilowersof Irln and the Floral
OiTrrlnr " Alio, the New Act, "day Gnmbollers !'
VEUril.Sl- 1 , lu,B lira- Bal ,.lla' 4.HI 1
MAVHT. MAF IT. MAFFIT.
The Great Pantomlmlst, Is Cuming
Admission SO ami ou cenii rrivaic uoxes, 90
Performsnoc at 8 In the evening apis
EW HOOKS' NEW 1100US I
F.ler&llit eomnlcte In oaetolume. Lon.
talnlng lllitolloal Notca and Index Hmdioroclv
printed on good paper. Dr John C. Hamilton
Vrlce ,1 60
A Youth a Hlitory of tho Rebellion, freia the
bombardment of roit Sumter to tha capture of
noanoko Iiuml, n nn numcroua uiuairationa lly
W llllam H Tha) er Prloe 1 1 M
llamblra Among u'orda their roetry, Illatory,
and Wlidoni Uy Ullllam Swlnler. frlco $1 B I.
nlemlrll a Military iurcymgi iiumraiea flUe
AlAlie I irer ii, tcvi'iii, ut ni-uvs pricci
Jmt lubllihol, and lor laleby
Dookicller and stationer.
Ut rennajlvanlo avenilf
TO THE nOBPITALB
GALA NIGHT I
HONOR TO THE IMMORTAL BARD!
" The front of Jove hlmaelfi
An ey. Ilk. Mara, to threaten and command:
A atatlon Ilka tha herald Mercury,
A omblnatlon and a form, Indeed,
Where every Ood did icem to tet hie ical,
To give th world aaauranoa of a man "
Hamlet, Act III, Sctnc i,
THE WASHINGTON LITERARY
Take great pleaaur In announcing to the publlo
that they will celebrate
THIS IMPORTANT tVENT
THE WASHINGTON THEATRE,
ON SVTURD. EVENINO, ArRIL !J, INL
From tdldiummer'a NIcht's Dreim
Oroh-itra under the leadership of Frof. Rose"
waia, oi uie nomaay street Theatre, Baltimore
ODE, eompoaed by IprsKue. (neclted by Mlu
To conclude with the Crownln of haksiare'a
FIRST ACT OF HAMLET, by Members of the
f at II.
HI.CIIATION, Trial Scene, from "Othello," by the
dlithigulihed shikiperean reader,
F. Taaiitro, Eiq
LSSA V ON THK CEML'S OF SUAKSPSARE.
Hon H. L. Iloimer
tlVSW From Macbeth
SCJ.NK 1, ACT.III, MERCHANT OF ENICE.by
Jiemnen or the Aaioclatlon.
REM IRKS ON SHAKSrEARE, by the dUtln-
gulilied Eloautlonlit rrof. Donald McLeod
BHAESFEREAN TABLEAUX, dollar with an
allegerleal picture of Shakapeare, under tbe man
agement ot the abl M Vonhelm.Ein.
riiOFKSiOH ROSLtVALD, and
F TASISTRO, Eag ,
Hae kindly olunteered their eminent aervlee.,
nnd It la confidently expected that ne or mora la
dle, from Grover'a Theatro will take part In Ham
let and the Tableaux.
The Fre.ldent, Lord Lyona, and Membera of the
Cabinet are Invited, and are confldentlv exneeted
to be preaent
BO OFriCE will bo open on Wedneaday,
Thuraday, and Friday, from , a m to IS m j on
Saturday, from , a m. to 4 p. m
Oreheatra Seatr, ,lt Drcaa Circle an 1 rarnucttr.
Seata can be ircured without extra charge
Gentlemanly Uaheri will be In attendance
rilOCEEDS TO IE CJM.N
HOSPITALS OF THE CITY
LIBRARY OF THE ASSOCIATION.
A CONCERT OP VOCAL MUSK)
WILL BE CHEN
puptle of the Female Grammar aohoola, under tbe
direction of Prof J. 11. Daniel, at the Smlthaonlan
THURSDAY EVENING, the Slat lo.t ,
commencing at , o'olock
The proceed, of the concert will bo u.od for the
purchase of ulano. for the .obool.
hlr. J. F. Ellla haa kindly ofTired the uae of ono
hla llneat planoa for the occaalon. apl0-at
500 KEMOVAL 5Q0
TO NEW BUILT NO,
JOININO ODD FELLOWS' HALL
JAMES B. TOPHAM A CO.,
Their Well Known, Old Litabllahod
.THUNK, BADIiERY, HARNESS,
MILITARY EQUIPMENT MANUFAtTOR,,
NEW H-U I L U 1 N Q ,
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE OLD STAND,
W here may b. found, of our own manufacture, a
moat complete ai.ortment of every atyle and prlee
of Military and cltlrena1
. SADDLES AND BRIDLES,
BREAST COLLARS AND MARTINGALES,
I INEStt ORD BELTS, with Topham'a Talent Slide.
Sole Manufacturera of
LANGHOLZ S TATENT SrURS.
LANGHOLZ'S PATENT CURB and NOSE STR AP
LWBANK'S PATENT SPUR,
STEEL, 11HASS, AND SILV R PLATt. SPURS.
DU1 1 ALO AND INE WOOLEN ROUES,
HORSE COVERS AND BLANKETS.
U I T B.
MILITARY AND CITIZENS'
RIDING AND HARNESS BITS,
IN GREAT VARIETY
II A II N E B 8 .
FINE DOUBLE L0 4CH, CARRIAGE, AND
1 INE SINGLE CARKIAQE, BUGGY, AND EX,
SUTLERS', STAGE, WAGON, CART, AND
CO tCH, BUGGY, 8TAQE,
HIDINU, ANU WAGON WHIPS,
U.VB.KX BIlLCAflU 1'idlt.
T It U N K B .
SOLE LEATHER TRUNKS AND ALlSt S,
WOOD BOX TRUNKS AND ALUK S,
LADIES' DRESSTIIUNKSand BONNJT BOXES,
ARMY VALISES AND l'ACKINO TRUNKS,
Leather and Canvaia I'clhileur Bale. Leather,
tanvaaa and Lanict Traveling Bag.. Ladle.' French
Satchel., Toy Trunk, and School satchel., an I
every article In their line of bu.lnea.
II E M E MB K 11 '
"TIT I L I T A Y JH) O D B .
WALL, STKPH1CK3 X CO ,
144 I'll" Ml VI AHIA AVCKUt,
uifor tho largest assortment lu tbla cltr, (jmlirae
Ing all qualities used or uaioers lu tho Army and
ruv, such at
swords, fasiios, ilelts. .'1.cuUsr- traps, Hats,
Lai i, Itslols, &e , ha , with a Hue assortment oj
UDlturDifliothliifr.wuh which wo ean furnish oM
ear couii trte outttts in a few moments,
wall; sTicrHKiis & ca,
iftJe rennivlraaia Aveou
U J . O. MoOUIItl! A fin
JIONOn TUESDAY AFHrSooV AnS iS
half peat 4 o'eloak. on the nremliie. i. !Kift.M
twenW-thre wel locaterf bBiuiii'iit; "S it'i
lalandl helnnetn tn ha ha..:.-.. ?h
tlon." Georgetown, ae followai Elghtaen lotai
fronting, eaeV It feet Inehee oa louth O atrae?
between Ninth and Tenth atreet. weat, and run-'
nlng back about 134 feet, to a 39 foot public TaUevi
four toti, fronting 34 feet Inehee eeeh on eouYh
r atreet, between Ninth and Tenth atrrateweat!
and running back about I3S feet to a ss foot allev i
""1 on Jot-fronting n feet l.lnohei-on Ninth
M' rju'ween eouth O and II atreeta, and running
KSr1,." ' T1" ,0' ' U altuated fof
building purnoaea. and era known aa nart mt it,.
monll,.: ,.CTr. -."" ". .'?'". m . en
the SS'-laS "V"'"L "F""MM "
iL,. "",ri ecured by deed of trust on
-remises, tonvevaneee at cost of tbe pur-
J. C. McGUinCfc CO.
KJ JADliSO U. McQUInE
ACANT LOTS AT THE CORNER OF NORTH
I STHKKT AND SEVENTH STREETEAStJ-Oo
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, April Jr, atTalf.
paat o'clock, on the premlMi we ahall cell for
account of the Convent of th WaltaU.oT Lot" n"
at,..'!a. ""J1" ' ,,r"C " Sixth and
HI..al,.,uJ,,,, ' "' " Follana-
iSt b!SLaMi,A'Pi u ' on seventh atreet
."ruSgtoauep.'0 0""l fulldlng lot.,
nSS'LSSW' '!"' th Mldr In alx
onfiS,r;rS.f.e'lf.,'"rt '"a"i "r.deoftniit
Conveyance! at tha can of tbe purthaeer.
.-.i JAM" c- MtobiRE k ca,
BY JAJVIK8 O. McQUIIlE- CO..
COMMISSIONFRS' SALE OF VALUABLE
zw ,r,... WHARF PROPERTY.
n,J2'lT.PK2DAY. AFTJ:nN00N' WT . half-peit
515 S.lcif.Vh; P"n'.. by vlrin. of the order
KT,,?J!',I.,h." ,uPr" Court of th Dlitrlct of
J?.,am.1,,U,M"'5 ".' O" "" day of April,
leaf, tha UnAlrlnMirf P.mi..i ' ."'..'
itecree, will aell that valuable wharf property, near
the termlnua of th Long Bridge, kiown T aa
Lfnmi, Wharf il t..in I. .t.-iAv.".?. .V
' ... .-i wiu.ii.iviini uuurr urn
bereilfiO, having fronfofSM feet llnchon Water
JilJ',!,' V JMt 8 '"? on "o""" K atreet, ut
feet 10 lnehc. on Thirteenth atreet weat, and 10
, .rti-lialf atreet weat, and con
talnlng t,6M aquare feet, more or leia The water
front la Improved by a aubatantlal alone and dirt
u.ri, ug oeucvea to D me beat on th entire
Alio, Immediately after, w ahall aell lot No. ,
In Smiaro No. , fronting li feats Inchea on Mart,
land avenue, between Thirteenth and Thlrteeo-and-a-half
etreeti, and running back about TO feet,
niu, oi auei une nan in eaahi tha remainder
in alx monthat the purchaaer or purchaaera giving
hla or their bond for tbe deterred peymenf, with
aauataetorr peraonal aeeurlty, and hearing Inter.
eat from the day of aale. On ratification of the
aale by th. court and full pel ment of the purchaae
uii" tvuirtuoa wiii'oe made to the nur
11 tha term, nf ..1. ... .a u...ii-., ,.,. , .
daya from the day of aale, th. commlaaloners re
",ri! ,'.rlS', re-iell, at tha rlik and expenae
?r the defaulting purchaaer, on one week'a notice
In the National Intelligencer.
(joat or eonveyancea. Including revenue Itampi,
to ba paid by the purahaaer
JAMES I. HALLIDAY,
JOHN VAN R1SWILK,
THOMAS 1. FISHER,
JA9. C McGUlREkCO,
13 Y W. L. W A LL CO..
JD AUCTIO.NFFnS '
COMMISSIONKHS SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT.
By virtue of the order and deeree of the Supreme
Court of the District ot Columbia, bearing date on
tbe Bth day of April, 18W. the undersigned Com
missioners will oiler for sale at Publlo Auction, on
TUESBAY.the ittbdayof April, A.D iyei.it 6
o'clock p. m , In front ol the premises, the south
part or Lot numbered Seventeen, (IT,) In Square
numbered One Hundred and Mnety-tU (IM)of the
plan of the city of Wsshtogton ; beginning for the
same at the southeast corner of said Lot. and run.
nlng thence west eighty feeti thence north tvrent
(2?J feeti thence west (lOj feet, to tbe line of an
ll'J. In the rear of said Loti theoce north with
he line of SSliI uliVv flrn t&. fa .1. fit i..k.
thence east one hundred and twenty (130) feet, and
thence south with the line of Flfteeath street west
thirty-one S1 ) feet six (6) Inches to tha place of be-
Elnning i with the improvement thereon, oonsle-t
ir of a two-story frame house.
. V Kl"vIiI " ""aaieu on emccmn street
west, between M and N streets north.
Terms t OAe-thlrd eash; the residue In Install
ments of six and twelve months; the purchaser
giving his bonds, payable to the respect Ue parties
entitled, and bearing interest from the dy of sale
Title deed to be retain J until th urrmi nr ,.
purohase money Is paid
-u GvaTCf HBciag ai inn co,i oi ine nurenaser
JOHN AN RlSWICK,
(iM)R(,f. T. McGLlE,
GLORGL L. SHLRIl J,
WM. J. MURTAGH,
Cadi m la In Bra
a 1 9-:awCuIs
W L. WALLA. CO, AUCts
li. WALL A f)i
HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZVAIl
Exprcealy for the
SALS OP HORSES, CARRIAGES, STOlf, Ve
,9 LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Between Mnth and Tenth at. , Uaihlogton.
AUCTION SALES EVERY
TCK3DAV, THURSDAY, AND OATUllDti
tA'll ADVANCEDON CSNflGNMENTS
HORSES, CARRIAGES, tte ,
Reerlved forPrt vat Sale
W, L. WALL CO , Ansta.
OALE OP OLD LUMUKH, CIUVB
O ASHF SWFEPIN(7?,ANDCINDERFROM
URASS FOUNDRV, AT TUllLIC AUCTION
LT. R. Naw Yaiid, April 19, tfi4
Will be sold at thlsjard, at publlo auction, on
SATURDAY, 23d Instant, a lot of Old Lumber,
Chips, Ashes, Sweepings nnd Cinders from Brass
Terms Cash in Government funds
nplfst IHAU.A8 i, LATH HOP, V 5. K
NITED STATK8 MIIilTAH
WASItlKaTON, VirlllA.IMI (
ALCTIOV Will be .-old, on WLDNLSDA.
the 18th day of May, at the Railroad Depot, In
Alexandria a .
bio Ions of Old Rillroa I Iron,
loo Toes of Ol 1 1 ar Axles,
IM Tons of Cast Scrap Iron,
loo Tons of Wrought Iron,
1 Tons of Old Brass and Copper,
300 oil Barrels
Terms Cash tn Government funds. Tendo. ir
cent, to be paid at the time of purchase, R.e bat
nncB ua uci.very
The property must be removed within ten days
from date of sale H L. ROBINSON.
apis Uts Captain and A. 1 il.
STORES AT AUCTION.
Will be sold at public auction, at II o tlot-kt a
. on TiTURSDAl. ADHI SI. 13CL at (." street
wharf, Washington, D.C, the following artklcs
of Subsistence Mores, condemned as unQt for use,
vli: , ...
28l3-700bbIS rotK, S.3UIDS nacon, k,-j .up.
M 1I9-2O0 bbls Beef. 33 ISd-lBSbbli Flour, l.l,7
lbs. Beans , ... ,.
r . -- .. - .. .a tl. fl a. , 1 Ilia II
4.87101 spill let., iSVUvm ,m.f,.-.. . ...
J5 lb.. Tea, 3,013 lba. B on n Sugw, 91 Ilia. Whlt
"SVallonB Wblakei, Si lb. rwaicealjd Potato,,
IMlta Uriel A.lea'.l0IM Ie.er anlta. Iff
a.rt el Meat.. v.lV.O Tongue.
Term. 1-i.aBi in uu, " ""--,
11 11 oss.
Captain and t. S. V
si OVh'llfl .n fi i
EMIT! BARRELS! EMPTY BAtlRELh'
Will t0 loin i 'UL,tu nu.uuu M nikut airvnv
Mharf, W a.hlngton, D, U, on WEDNESDAY,
April 30. atuo'tlock a nt,tha following empty
barrel, more or le.a, vln
4 ooo Itork Barrela,
I ooo coRee Barrela, (heavy.)
200 Whtakev Barrel!,
190 Ham Barrela,
M alour Barrela,
150 Molaaaea Barreli,
200 lneear Caaea.
Trrma caih, tn Government fundi!
Lieut u! , and u g.
tlllll QuAaTiaMliTtl'l Orrici, 1
Drror or WABllinaTOM, V
Waiiiivotov, V L , March SO, 1804 J
WILL BE hOLP. at rubuc Auction, at the Cor
ral, near the Obaerratory, In the city of Waehlng
ton.D C.no WlCDNEsbAY, AprU dth, 1S4, and
on IviDVailuli April 30th, 1861, a lot of
HOUSES AND MULES,
ooodriuned aa unfit ror public aervlee .
l rrma cA.h, In Government fundi.
ale to commence at 10 o'clock a. tn.
D. 11. nucXElt,
Brigadier General, chief Quartermaater,
1U39-W Depot of Waahunton.