WA gHINGTON CIT Y :
SATURDAY April 19, INC.
C7" Advertisement* should be banded In by
t* o'clock, m? otherwise they may not appear
untH the next day.
SPIRIT OF THE MORNING PRESS.
The Union rejoices over recent Democratic
triumphs at the polls, and regards as signifi
cant the fact that the Know Nothing State
Coancil of Wisconsin hu formally repudiated
The Infiligrnctr discusses the " point of
history'* in the enlistment case.
Th* E??li9hOpb*a.?We are glad to learn
that the sale of tickets for the opera season id
proceeding rapidly. We would advise all
who design visiting the opera next week (and
who does not ?) to purchase tickets and engage
WASHINGTON NEWS AND G08SIP
The Eleventh deception.?The levee last
night was more fully attended than some of
its predecessors; indeed, the steady current
settling towards the East room threatened at
one time to crowd that spacious apartment
rather unpleasantly, considering the warmth
of the season, but the long hall, which now
furnishes so fine a promenade, afforded a
means of carrying off the surplus, and thus a
healthy equilibrium was kept up. No doubt
the advent of the spring fashions had some
thing to do with tha extra turn out, though
we saw an unusual number present of those
who bestow very little care upon externals.
The ladies, of course, looked radiant in the
" Spring styles," but the press upon our col
umns to-day prevents our going into details,
even had we the talent or disposition. Other
wise, the programme was gone through with
much as usual. There was the usual amount
of titrivaticg before the ante-ioom mirrors?
the usual straining on of white kids; the
usual cosy tete a tetes in the crimson parlor;
the usual handsome reception at the hands
of President and Mrs. Piercc ; tho usual run
ning of the gauntlet on the part of the gay
promenaders through the long circular lace
of lookers oD ; the usual array of diplomatic,
military, naval, and Congressional dignita
ries; the usual?the more than usual number
of belles with their attendant cavalicrs ; the
usual number of painted Jezebels of sixty,
undertaking tho up-hill work of passing for
sixteen ; the usual number of sweet misses,
?'just come out," glancing shyly at their full
length duplicates in the large mirrors; the
usual?tho inevitable 44 Yankee Doodle,"
which, like the working of a magic spell,
scatters in a twinkling the gay assemblage.
Astute Attorney General Cushing was there
to represent the Cabinet. Austrian diplomacy
was uppermost in the presence of Chevalier Hui
eemann. Judge Douglas was present, looking
very little the worse f r the wear and tear of his
late laborious political campaign, or the se
vere illness that followed it. lie was icr.de
much of, especially by the ladies, and when
ever there was collected a denser group than
ordinary of the fair creatures, with an outer
circle of rather unhappy and alarmed locking
beaux, a clo?er survey was pretty sure to dis
cover the 44 little giant" dispensing compli
ments. smiles and bows, in a way that threat
ened annihilation to the pretensions of all the
The superb-looking and excellent actress,
Mrs. MclindaJor.es, was there; the author
and state.-man. J. K. Paulding, was there;
the be? ifcaing South Carolina heiress, was
there, and by her charms, spiritual and tem
poral, set allsusceptiblemale hearts to aching.
The ripened beauty of a New York million
airess, had also its circle of admirers. We
noticed also the accomplished wife of the
lion Mr Ilarlan of Ohio, and Miss Waldo of
New \ork, the grand-daughter of the rever
end and venerable Chaplain of the House, ac
companied by the Hon. Mr. Stanton of Ohio
Our own city was ther* in full force, with
its large delegation of beauty and brilliancy;
and hereabouts we noticed a trio of our
14 Philharmonic'' singing birds. 44 'Tis plea
sant to be with those wc love," especially in
the crimson parlor! Isn't it Mis* C., Miss
W., Mils M. ?
Governor Broom, of Florida, was there, hale
and hearty. Clingman. of North Carolina,
was there and displayed his usual good taste
in his selection of a partnar for the prome
nade. The white locks of joyous looking
Senator Butler were noticeable in the throng;
and prominent in the assemblage, too, was
another distinguished Senator?Hen. Mr Ma
son. of Virginia
The Marine Band, conducted by Professor
Sea.a, as utual furnished its fuil quota to the
evening's enjoyment, with the following
March, Anvil Chorus, 44II Trovatore;"
Duetto, "Norma; Polka, 44 My Mary Ann;
Aria Finale, 4? Lucretia Borgia;" Walts; Star
Spangled Banner; Polka; Yankee Doodle.
44 Oor Sufferings i* Intolerable."?Mr Na.
than Sargeant. who has been a standing can.
didate for anything fat for so many years,
having last aspired to the positions of Clerk
Printer, and Sargeant-at-Arms of the present
House, one after the other, thus moans over
the sad fate of the brood of office seekers who
were disappointed in connection with the
44 One of the clerks under Mr. Forney, re
moved by the present clerk of the House, was
yesterday restored to his place. The Demo
cratic Clfrk of the Committee on Claims, who
ousted a \\ hig from the place iu lbl3 has been
re elected by the present committee, and Mr.
McClusky, or Clusky without the Mac. an
Irish Catholic, who has a most intense hatred
American, is also retained as Clerk of
ice Military Committee ; nor should I forget
to mention the genero.ity 0f the Committee of
]3r th".! r ?D8 ,n rVtlect5"K the old Clerk
. Committee, a Democrat, of course, for
whoever knew a Democratic Committee to
rct a Whig or opp<,?iiioU Clerk ?
The latter clerkship has been made a Derma
rent cue. at $1800 a y.ar That o? the C^m
mittee on C.aims is also a permanent one On
the whole, then. Democrats have been better
provided for and taken care of by the piaeent
Houte of Representatives than opposition men.
especially if we take into the account the
election of a Democrat as Public Printer, and
a Democrat as Sergeant-at-Arms. This is
highly encouraging to all who are cxpected to
labor to defeat the party inpower in thecoming
Presidential campaign. Who would not be a
Democrat, when the game is 44 heads I win,
tails you lose ?"
Mr Michael Ciusky, to whom Mr. Sargent
refers above, is a native of Georgia, not of Ire
land, as alleged.
Further Concerning the Right of Search
Affair at Rio.?This mc ming we received the
following interesting accrunt of the affair of
the American merchant steamship America at
Rio, the main particulars of which we briefly
published on the day before yesterday. Tb*
writer, as will be perceived, is on the United
States frigate Savannah :
U. S. Ship Savaknah, j
Rio de Janeiro, j
Mosoat, Feb 11, 1856?We are just
now in the midst of great %xcitem*nt. caused
by the ridiculou? conduct of the English ad
miral commanding Her Majesty's fleet on this
station, Sir Hope Johnson The facts of the
casa are these: The steamer America, Capt
Hudson, arrived here a few days ago, from
New York, bound to San Francisco. She put
in here for repairs. Everything went on very
quietly until yesterday (Sunday) afternoon,
when it was perceived that the English squad
ron wero preparing for sea in a very burned
manner. No one could tell what it meant.
Rumors were afloat that a Russian frigate and
corvette had captured the flag ship of the
French admiral?the frigate Poursuivante?
which left here on Saturday, bound to Monte
video. Laet night, however, the mystery was
explained. An English lieutenant came on
board and stated to Com. Salter th it ?' posi
tive information" had been received by Ad
miral Johnson to the effect that the steamer
America, which was to leave port to-day, was
a Russian privateer, and that she had arms
and ammunition concealed in her hold, in
tended for the Russian possessions on the Pa
cific coast, and that the admiral considered it I
his duty to overhaul the steamer. Com. Sal
ter replied that he should permit no outrage
of the kind to bo committed ; and our fl3g
lieutenant went on board H. M ship Indefat
igable with a very warm message to the ad
miral. This morning, Capt. Hudson had an
interview with Com. Salter, and stated that if
the commodore wished to see whether ho had
arms concealed, both he and the authorities
of the poTt could overhaul his steamer and
satisfy themselves of the correctness of his
manifest; but that no English or French offi
cers should set foot on her decks?if they did
ha would most certainly throw them over
board. He could show a clean set of papers
from an American port, and would maintain
his right as an American citizen to the last
extremity. Communications are passing rap
idly, and no one can tell how the matter will
Tuesdav. Feb. 12 ?Tho Brazilian authori
ties yesterday afternoon gave the " America
her clearanee, after examining her, and find- I
ing everything correct, as stated by Captain
Hudson This did not satisfy the admiral,
who expressed his determination of overhaul- I
ing her outside tho harbor. The steamer
?i>es out this afternoon or to-morrow morning.
We leavo early in the morning and go cut
with her The first movement on the part of
the English to datuin her will be the signal
for an engagement We commenced this morn- 1
ing at daylight to prepare for sea, and are
now entirely ready?boats hoisted in, tho ship I
unmoored and riding to a single anchor, run; I
ning rigging all wove, and light sails bent.
The America is to tow us to sea, and we will J
remain with her until she is out of the reach
of tho English suuadron. It will be a bad
d.tys' work for env of their ships if they get
into action with us Our ship is now in mag
nificent order, and sails like a witch, while
the men arc in peifect discipline, and eager
for a i rush at John Bull Our C> mmodoro
has stopped all communication with the ad
miral ; and a letter brought by an English
lieutenant this morning was returned un
opened. Such is the excitement in Rio in
regard to this affair, that a steamer has been
chartered by a number of citizens to go out
and witness tho expected engagement. To
morrow will decide the matter whether the
decided stand we have taken will deter the
English from committing this outrage, or else
will see their haughty standard onco more I
humbled before the glorious banner of the
Stars and Stripes. We have right on our side;
and should it coma to blows, wo will go into I
action with stout hearts, and, placing a firm I
reliance cn tho God of battles, confidently
anticipate a glorious victory. I
As the mail bag closes in a few minutes, I
shall not be able to give you tho sequel to I
this affair. j
The Aqueduct.?The most aotive efforts are I
bsing made to defeat the aqueduc' appropria- I
tion by persons in tho lobby interested in get- I
ting up a scheme to construct water works un- I
der a new plan, by a company, with Govern
ment money of course. Tho whole outside op
position, in the lobby, to the work, comcs fr< m
parties bent on benefiting themselves pecuni
arily by thus defeating the ap propria'ion in the
Deficiency bill. This is outrages", and will |
doubtless be frowned on by the members gen
erally. As yet their scheme has not been
mado public, though we feel assured cf its
existence from what we already have been
able to discover. Allourfellow-ciiizensfchould
promptly aid in checkiDg its success.
Army Officer Resigned ?Second Lieuten
ant MarshaU T. Polk, s-^co nd Infantry, has
resigned his commission in the Army. Lieut
P. is an adopted son of the late President.
The Current Operation! of the Treasury
Dopartment.?On yesterday, 11th of April,
there were of Treasury warrants entered on
bhe books of the Department?
For the redemption of Stocks....
For the Treasury Department...
For the Interior Department
War warrants received and en
On account of tho Navy
Repayment on account of the
From miscellaneous sources
In the Senate, yesterday, after we went
to press, a large number of private bills were
passed, ere they adjourned over until Mon
In the House, the pending motion to go
into Committee on private bills was agreed to,
Mr Bocock in the chair. The bill for tho re
lief of John S. Pendleton was taktn up and
debated until 4 p m. when it wa? passed;
and then they adjourned over until Monday
Wo are indebted to Franck Taylor, book
seller, for copies of the following works :
At Home A5i> Abroad; or Things and Thoughts
in America und Europe. By Margaret Ful
ler-Okeoli, author of " Woman in the Nine
teenth Century," 4c. Edited by l.er brother,
Arthur B. Fuller. Boston Crosby, Nichols
A. Co 1456
This volume contains the posthumous papers
of the talented but eccentric and very ultra
w?man to whose pen originally the world is
indebted fur it. The t>hort preface by the
brother is, of coursc, a specimen of the very
bad taste of the day in famiiy autobiography,
which is the semi deification of the subject.
It is, nevertheless, a work of interest; for Mrs
Ossoli, though afflicted with all the mental
extravagancies of tho New York Tribune
school of thought, was a woman of genius and
keen though usually perverted perceptions.
Though rarely sympathizing in any of her
vi?;ws, founded as they were in the most per
nicious school of modern 41 philosophy," we
always read her with pleasure, if but in ad
miration of her artistic merits as a writer.
Chriktime. or Woman's Trials and Triumphs.
By Laura J. Curtis. New York: Dewitt A
This is the last work of a popular novelist
of the times, whose books are eagerly sought
by the American lovers of light literature. It
is probably destined to have a great run, for
it is well calculated to amuse and interest
those who "cotton to" such literature.
Eubopkax News Doe.?The steamship
Washington, from Southampton 25th ultimo,
for New York, and the Cambria from Liver
pool, 2?th ultimo, for Halifax, are now fully
due. The first named brings four days' and
the latter one week's later advices from Eu
5 194 7rt
31 771 15
G7 771 26
112,940 05 I
.... Got. Broom of Florida, is stopping at
.... H>n. 0. G. Dickie of Buffalo, N. Y , is
.... Hon. Solon Borland has retired from
the Little Rock (Ark ) Gasette
.... This day (April 12) is the anniversary
of the birth of Henry Clay.
.... Thackeray's lecture in Philadelphia on
the English Humorists, did not draw.
.... Hon. Jere Clemens is s&id to be writ
ing a historical novel founded upon the revo
lutionary history of the South.
.... Rev. H. Clay Dean, Chaplain to Con
gress, preached in Pittsburg on Thursday
....Mr. L. P. Bayne, late of this city, is
now connected with the private banking-house
of AppletonA Co., Baltimore
.... A biography of Dr. Lewis F. Linn, of
Missouri, for ten- years in the Senate of the
United States, will be published intke course
of this Summer.
.... Hon. Augustas R Sollars, of Calvert
county, has beon nominated as the Know
Nothing Elector for the Sixth Congressional
District of Maryland.
....Barnum says he has got about half a
bushel of writs and protests, and is compelled
nearly every day to swear before some court
that ho is not a swindler. He thinks it is
enough to make any man "swear" without
any injunction to that effect by legal mandate.
Thb Virginia Search Law.?The schoon
er Maryland, which was detained at Norfolk
because the captain refused to suffer her to bo
searched for absconding slaves, in accordance
with the law recently passed by the State
Legislature, has been released, the captain
having paid the fine of $500.
ly* The Dramatic Fund Dinner on the oc
casion of th? eighth anniversary of the society
was partaken of at tho Metropolitan Hotel
New York on Wednesday evening. James T.
Brady, Esq , presided, und eloquent addres
sees were delivered by several distinguished
citisens. The speeches were listened to by a
number of ladies.
rr Captain Link,of tho barque Montezu
ma, from Dtmarara 22d ult , reports that the
difficulty between the blacks and the govern
ment, growing out of tho "Angel Gabriel"
riots, have been quelled. A government com
mission was investigating the amount of looses
sustained by individuals during the disturb
ances. with a view of compensating tho suffer
IjT Beeeher's Independent announces th?!
failure of Bunee Brothers, book publishers of
New York Cause, their connaotion with
another house May resume soon. David
White, of Madison, Indiana, a largo dealer
in provisions, failed for ?200,000; will, per
haps, pay 50 cents on the dollar The Penn
sylvania failures are as follows: Still & Bro
ther, Phuenixville, (caused by establishing a
mill with sufficient capital;) Johnson, Brother
?fc Co , Alleghany City, have made an assign
ment Issac Prayers, Wheoling, has also
made an assignment. Another failure in the
book trade, is mentioned?that of Putnam
Brother. Boston. The editor says they will
probably go into insolvency.
Tho Thames tunnel at prosent is both
a success and a failure. As an example of
engineering skill it is undoubtedly a great
triumph. But until it can bo used for vehicles
as well as foot passengers it will not answer its
original purpose It is reached now by a
winding staircase down the shaft on either side
of the river, and it is open day and night for
passengers at a toll of one penny each. It is
lighted with gas, and some of its arches are
occupied as small shops and for the exhibition
of works of art The approaches for vehicles
are intended to be circular, by shafts 200 feet
in diameter. Their cost is estimated at 180,
000 pounds. We do not understand that any
probability exists of their early construction.
gt a narrow cseape from death was made
at tne country residence of Capt Ezra Nye,
pear Irvington, N J . on Wednesday morn
ing, as we leara from the Newark Advertiser.
The family had just returned for the summer,
and fires wre kindled in the furnace for the
first timo, but an obstruction in the chimney
diverted the noxious gases to the apartment
in which his two daughters had retired Mrs.
Nye. fortunately, rose unusually early in the
morning, and in attempting to arouse the
young ladies, she became so alarmed at their
silence, that she procured the door to be forced
open, and found both in an insensible condi
tion Medical aid was immediately sent for,
and, meanwhile, Capt. Nye, accustomed to
emergencies, promptly applied restoratives, by
which tho patients wero brought back to con
sci'>usne33, and are now nearly, if not quite,
restored to health.
Musical ArTOMATON ? The Boston papers
describe as now in that city a most ingenious
piecc of mechanism, constructed by a native of
IIoll tnd in tho Island of Java. It is the full
length figure of a man, well proportioned,
who holds in his ban ls a musical instrument,
from which he discourses music, in exact
time, and with most superhuman skill The
instrument used at times is a clarionct, but
the figure also plays upon a cornet and an
organ, in which latter case the feet are used
as well as tho hands. In the interior can be
so'en the complex mechanism, which, inflating
tho lung=, as it were, scnd3 the breath into
tho instrument, which controls the finger
moving the keys, and serves as the nerves and
muscles of tho automaton When thiR ma
chinery is wound up the head bows, the eyes
move in the most natural manner, and the
lips seem to count the measure, and the cla
rionot may begin at the exact moment re
quired to accord with the accompaniment of
tne piano Several musical gentlemen, pres
ent at a private exhibition, expressed them
selves delighted with the ingenuity of the
.ASSEMBLY'S CHURCH, CORNER
MASS. AVENUE AND FIFTH ST.
The Rev Daniel Waldo, the venerable Chap
lain to the tJouM? of Representatives, will preach
to morrow (Sabbath) morning, atjll o'clock a.
m The Pastor, Kev Andkkw G Cabothkbs,
will preach at to 8 p m. It#
RELIGIOUS NOT CEDR.TEAS
dale will finish his discourse on Fan
aticism to morrow morning in the new Baptist
Church on 13th street, ana administer tbe ordi
nance of Christian Baptism at the close of the Rer
mon at night. It*
will be preaching in thetasement room
of Island Hu!l to-morrow, (Sund >y) at 11 o'clock,
by MK. CLAV TON, and a Bible Class will be
in same place ht 3 o'clock, p m All persons in
t? rested In the studv of Prophetic Scriptures, are
invited to attend Bring your Bibles. C.
A ATTENTION, NATIONAL GREYS.?
fb You are hereby notified to attend a meeting
fj, (jof the Company at the irmory on MONDAY
II EVENING, the 14th i stint, at7# o'clock.
As business of the utmost importance to the c?;m
fiar.y claaus your special attention you will not
all in attending this meeting.
By order of Lbm Towkus, Capt :
a pi*-'it? JAMES STONE, Sec.
WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY.
i Tbe members of the Company are hereby
| ni tlflr d to meet at their armory MON DAY
. KV EN1NG, the 14th insiant, at 7% o'cl'k,
in full wiu'er unifo.no, for inspection and drill.
By order: H. M1CHEY, O. S.
ap 12 at
vxy MASONIC?THE OFFICERS AND
members of Federal Ledge No 1 will as
?^l^semble at their Hall on SUNDAY AF
TERNOON, the ISth instant, at 1 o'clock p. m.,
for the purpose of paying the last tribute of re
spect to the remains of their deceased Brother, A.
Lout, Kfq , P J. W. of this Lodge.
Brethren in good standing are most cordially
Invited to attera.
By order of the W. M.:
ap 11-81 J F. J. McCLERY,Bec.
THE LADI E8 OF THE SIXTH
Presbyterian Church (Rev. Mr. Noble's)
contemplate holding a F AIR in the basement of
the'r edifice, corner Maryland avenue md Sixth
street, co runenclng on MONDAY EVENING,
ths Itth April. Tney will offer for sale a va iety
of useful and fancy articles, tbe proceeds of which
sales they devote to the extinguishment of a por
tion of the debt tanging over the edifice in wflch
they deli ht to assemb.e themselves together to
wor.-hlp Almighty God, and which they desire
to set fieed, utterly and entirely, from the ii;cu
bes of debt. " ap#-W ,
GinrRtL Land Ovvics, April 9, lFSfl.
.NOTICE-ALL PERSONS HAV
_ __ ing book* or bound documents bel^ngng
to this office wHl pleise return tbem without delay
to west wing of the Patent Office building, to
which the General Land Office is this dav re
moved. ap 11 -d30d
&A MEETING FOR THE TRAN?
action of the business of the "Sixth
Ward Democratic As?oc!ation" will be held in
Anacoetla Hall, on SATURDAY EVENING
next, the 12th instant, at 7 o'clock. Members are
requested to be punctual In their attendance.
apU-ft F OBEK. gee
.LAST NOTICE ?CORPORATION
TAXES.?All persons indebted to the
Corporation of Georgetown for Taxes are now no
tified that the same must positively he paid by
the twentieth day of the present month.
The Property of persons who shall be delin
quent on that day will be advertised fbr sale
forthwith. THOMAS JEWELL,
Co lector of Taxes.
GloieiTowii. April 4th, 1856.
P S.?Persons disposed to pay their taxes can
do fo by calling on my brothers, Grorgeor Henry
C. Jewell, corner of Gay and High sts , George
town. ap 5-dtiUh
L OSTEON THURSDAY MORNING LAST
a large WATCH KEY, which became da
tached from the ring forming a pirt thereof The
Under will please leave it at HARBAUGH'S
Drug Store, corner 7th and H streets, where a
sui'able reward will be given if desired.
ETHERIAL OIL, OR SPIRIT OAS.
cents per gallea.
For sale by J. R. McGREGOR,
ap 12-dlw S34 ?thst ,brt. La av andDst
(UOt'KS! CLOCKS!!?JUST RECEIVED
J another lot of No 1 Clocks some entirely new
patterns. Thev will be sold at astonishingly low
prices. Remember, every Clork is warranted,
ap 12 G. FRANCIS, 4?u Seventh street.
FOR * ALE?SEVERAL VALUABLE PAT
ENT RIGHTS for the different States-one
Chain Pump. To l>e seen at the Rotunda. For
terms apply to 489 Seventh street.
T. G. CLAYTON,
ap 12-!t* Solicitor of Patents.
MRS PIERCE, IN THE SECOND STORY
and over Gittlng's Fancy Store, cn Pa
avenue. 1 etween fth and tfth sts., will op?n
on TUESDAY, the 15lh Instant, her sprlng.^^
and summer M1LL1NERY. ap 12-lwa
FRINGE AND TRIMMING MANUFAC
Ladies dress trimmings in frin
ges and Fancy Bu tons, Cords and Tassels,
every variety cn haml and nude to order. Wide
Tasstrll Fringe, Bujjle blinp and Buttons, faccy
w sb TRIMMINGS, Ac.
No 217 Pa avenue, south side
ap 12 15,10* MRS LOWE.
Most important notice to ai.l
WHO S'JFFER RHEUMATIC PAINS
The sub cribers, late from K.urope, lecommend
to the public th?-ir Infallible remedy as a perfect
cuw for all Rheumatic pains.
Office No. 391 Third street, up stairs, first door
from D. and opp< s.te ?'att front of City Hall,at.d
It is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays, between
the boars of 2 end 4 o'clock p. m.
All' rders left will be promptly attended
ap 12 eo3t# M E LA A O PPEN HE IM.
_WOOD AND COAL.
WILL ARRIVE IN A FEW DAYS, THE
Schooner Passaic, with lot) tons superior
Red and Whlie COAL.
Persons wanting Coal are requested to leave
thflr i rders tt the office, or at P.J. Stkkr's, 4S?
Seventh street, immediately, as we will sell for
less from the vessel.
Al?o. on hand a superior lot of Oak and Pine
WOOD, which we will sell at the lowest market
prices. C. MYERS A SON,
ap 12-4t No. 27 Water st , Georgetown.
NEW SPRING GOO OS FOR GKNTLE*
P J.STEER, MERCHANT TAILOR, No.468
? Seventh street, between D and E, ha*
received his new Spring Goods, and has
now the pleasure to announce ;o his custo nA
mer- and the public that his stock is very JUL
complete. Gentlemen who wish choicestyles <re
invited to call early, with the assurance that the
most elegant and desirable goods will be shown
them. The stock embraces, as usual, new and
elegant Furnishing Goods for gentlemen,
MW. GALT A BRO. OFFERS CON
? stantlv a complete assortment cf superior
Watches They call particular attention to those
T 1- Cooper. F B. Adair s A Sons, David
Taylor, D xon, Oraig, and otht-rs, London
M T. Tobias A Co . R A J. Beeslry. Joseph
Johnson, Blundell A Co , Liverpool.
Jules Jurgenscn, Copenhagen.
Also, Vacheron A Constantlue's celebrated Ge
neva Watches, which, fiom their size and style,
are peculiarly suited f r ladies.
Th?? above, with those by every other maker,
aTe ottered at the lowest rates.
M. W. GALT A BRO , Jewelers,
ap 12-dtf 3*24 Pa av bet. 9th and lOthsts.
Flour, flour, *c.
50 bbls. Family Extra and Supertine Flour
in store and for sale by the barrel or eack
500 bushels Corn
1000 bushels Oats
5000 buthela Mill Offal of ail kinds
ISO bales more of that prime Hay just arrived
200 bushels Maine Mercer Potatoes
And Corn Meal
Received fresh, daily, all of which will be sold
In quantities to suit, at
CLARK A BRO.'8.
Wholesa'e and retail Flour, Grain and Feed
Store, corner Pa. avenue and Second street,
AND NEW ARRANGEMENTS !
rpHE UNDERSIGNED, T. POTENTINI A
for the purpose of carrying <
TION ERv and RESTAURANT business, at
27V Pennsylvania a-.enue, under the style of
POTENTINI A ZITELL,
beg leave to call the attention of the patrons of the
old firm, and the public generally, tithe increased
faci iMes which they now offer for supplying
WEDDING, BALL and SUPPER PARTIES,
at the shortest possible notice, with all the deli
cacies both in and out of season.
Rooms furnished for BR!" AKPA^T, DINNER
and SU PPER, for private parties, at all times.
We have also connected with our establishment
a fine SALOON fittel up expressly for ths ladies,
where they can be furnished with GAME and
OYSTERS of allkluds, served up in every style,
at th? shortest notice. Ladles favoring us'with a
call can always be furnished with every delicacy
that the appetite desires.
Ladies and gentlemen can h ve the'r MEALS
sent to them a their private rooms by leaving or
ZITELL, ha\ing formed a cop irtne-ship
on tbe CONFEC
We will alyo pay particular attention to the
manufacturing of plain and ornamental CON
FECTIONERY in all their branches, and will
always keep on hand aselect assortment of French
CONFECTIONS, BON BONS. PRESERVES
Ac POTENTINI A ZITELL,
279 s. s. Pa. av., between 10th and 11th *ts.
ap 12-2m (intAOrgan)
FIK EMENS' GRAND BALL.
SECOND ANNIVERSARY BALI
WESTERN HOSE CO., No. 1.
THE COMPANY RESPECTFULLY AN
ncunce to their friends and the public, that
they will give the.r SECOND ANNIVERSARY
BALL on THURSDAY EVENING, April 24th,
1850, at tfie WASHINGTON ASSEMBLY
The general satisfaction our fonner balls have
heretofore yiveu, and the entire success attending
them, impress us with renewed energy, and we
Eledge ourselves to make this Ball one of the
rigb est that has everglTe i brightness to the his
tory < f Balls.
No exertions will b? spared that may contribute
to enjoyment and pleasure of those who may honor
us with their presence.
Supper and Refreshments will be furnished by
an exprrlcnced caterer.
Scott's favorite Cotillon Band has been engaged
for the cccasi- n. . ...
No Hats or (. ?ps will be allowed in the hall,
except those worn by tbe Firemen.
Tickets ONE DOLLAR; admitting a genUe
and ladles .... _
P 8 .?The object of this Ball Is to aid the Com
pany in building their new Hose Houae, on22d
street, where we have purchased a lot, and have
one story up We appeal to the generous public.
Committee of Arrangements.
Wm Higgle!, F. T. Wll.on, P. Hag'rty
K K B/oih, Wm- A- r? Kesdls.
Managers on part of the Firemen
J A Tslt, J Sandere, H Bodler,
S K DoaK.au, J McDermott, J SuUr,
HK Doyle, M Burkead, Wbruwo.
Managers on part of the Citizens.
Hon J T Tower*, W. Hendereon, Dr Higitr,
Hon J D lloover, J T Marr, Wm Carroll,
B Clark, MCalla O 8. ueU.
W J Dove, C Gentler, U Wallacb,
W B Magrnder, Pol Bar ett, W Lenoi,
Or Miller, Captain Thorn, D Rartcliffe,
Wm Bairy, Major Denny, P B Key,
J B Tmrtou, W W Corcoran, J M Carli:?,
O Abert, K ItiCKS, Judge Crawford,
K Fuller, W Wtitun, C?p? C?rrin*lon,
0 Kraft, P Wat/on, J H Bradley,
B Riml' in, * C*i<? Mttgi, Dr Baity,
001 D C Lm, H Radbrn, 1> WaJUcii,
J Tate. Dr A li Davis, J L Bldsr.
list of letters
Rtmaini*i*ntkt Pott Office, Washing torn. DC .,
Arril 12, 19*.
[Ordered to be advertised la the " Evening
Star,*' agreeable to the following section of the
Post Ofice Law?It beln:r the newspaper haviny
the lanre?t circulation of any dally paper pub
lished fn Waahington:
Sac. 5. And bt it furtktr tnmettit. That the
list of letters remaining uncalled for In any post
office in anvcity. town, or village, where news
papers shall be printed, shall. hereafter.be pub
lished once only In the newspaper which, beinp
issued weekly, or oftener, gknll kavt the Inrgut
circulation within the range of the delivery of
said office, to be derided by the postmaster at
?^Persons applying for letters to ths following list, wt'.l
pea?e u; they sre adtistiikd.
Andrew*. a i.ills M Crswf?rd. Mm
Brewer. Mrs J M
Bssti, Msrgsret K
Brooke, Mrs J M
Ball, Miss M
Masters. Miss M A
PaBey, Mrs M M MrCathrou,Mrs JH
Dsnuis, Mrs B f McLagan. M rsM?ry
ustmsou, VirturisA Nourse Mrs Henry M
Perky, Anas H Kelsor MrsCassuder
Dal ton. Mrs Susan O'Oonnell. Mis* K
Davie. Bsbe-ca Jane O'Brlaa, Mi.sC.ih
Poreey, Hri M C O'Connell.Mfse Jsue
? Mias Kilts Pops, Miss K 8
Drown.MrsKllen Jr Purall, Barslna 8 Pernor Mrs Cath
Brown, Kllen J J Donnelly, Mrs Perrigo M reKet*-c<a
Bates, Mrs B Dirkeruisn, MsrrP Phiiope. Mrs
Bsidwin, NellTs E Pulley, Miss Auu Palmer Mtsa Kilts
Breghsm. Jsue M Dlrkst>n,M rs 8elins Rork, Mrs Snssu
Bar Isy.MrsSarabC D.inaii, Mrs Kay, Mrs A L
BaMwIn, NnCe Ktrm. Mary R"adMr?Oniistano.J
Babroik, Mrs C Parrel!, Catharine Rl.iiardson Miss H
B?try, Mrs Mary Folger. Mr> M B Smith, Ani.V ;
Ball tnce. Miss J B Franklin, Mrs W B Sullvan Kilen
Row .e, Alice Karaday Sirett, Mrs* J
Beecher.Cath'neE ! Hsiigh. Mrs M A Smith. Harriet
Bniiycasi.e, Mrs A Hooke, Mrs Seymour Miae K k.
Hall, Miss PW Tate. MraTh >n asM
B u cki ng'u am, M r a M HUM. Mrs Sarah A Th. ?nas. Mrs Oe<> H
P Hsll, Mrs Wm TuruerMrsUarrtetC
Cross, Mrs H B Hutchison,Mr* S W Taylor. Mrs
C'lMs, Mrs J B Harris, Mrs Lney Wuod.Mrs KtniusA a
Cruse. Mary A Heiison, Miss Mary Walsh. Jsti.
Clsrke, Miss Lltsle Howtril, Mrs J C Wild. MrilX
Clerk, U racy Ann Jouson, Mrs P Whiting, Mies MB
Johnson, Mrs R W Wllena.Mrs Msrvsn
JoUusou, Mrs R Wilaon, Mrs Cs|k N
K'-etech, Catharine Watson. Mi?s M K
Ketter, Mary inn Wetenisn.MrslIsrry
Leltoh, Mrs K K ? " -
I.sdd, Miss A rusts
Cullen, Miss L W
Campbell. Mrs J
C< llius, Mrs A M B Lineley, Pertuelia
Cuniminga.Mrs E K Mofllt, Miss Ann
Corbet, Bridget Msrtin. Mrs Z
Wood leu d, MUa 8
Welistar. Mary Ann
Young, Miss Kltza C
Ash, W S
Hardy. Wm H MoCormick. Dr C H !
Hsll, J no A
Aula, Capt Jacob 3 llardy, Wm H
Adams, J no Jr
Anderson, Gen A 6
Audersoi. Chas P
Aktue, W II I
Brown, W H
Boyd, Dr Wm
Bnrk, T D
Benson, CjI S E
Baker, Capt Stinl
Berrymsn, 0 H
Brans' n, Win
Black, J as A
I! reckon ridge, J C
Barron. J Marion
Bell. I?r J M 2
Bowlee, Jno N
Berlin, Jam. s
Ba Icn. J?s P
Barl.onr. Jno M
Brooks, Geo W
Bt si.. George
Bskci, D A J
Baker, Ch*a W
Lis- K?, Ans-n 1
Bell, Ur A N
Campbell, M r
Clark, W B
Chafer, Wm E
Ca opbell, Vernile
H ward, Thct C
Hill, R J
Hsrrlson, Lt Jss E
Hesld, Jno A
Hnrbet, B?r Jno 1
Hsll, James S
Hetsell, Jss G
Hanion, R<*v Jss M Potter, Tl
Hallock. Henry V T Pettet P M
McE?nei y, H U
M > Clears, K H
M< Anile, Stephen
McElegltt. Thoe J
McJillin, Win T
N?wklrk. Wm k Oo
Mason k R1 hsr<1s<>u
?c Jr Orr, Samuel
Ustraader. D J
Potts, W p
Parke, Wm F
Phillips, Wm P
Hsu?com, H P
Hickman Geo H I
Hall, G A
Hilee, Capt Geo
Harrison, Geo B
Hsrtnell, E lwsrd
Harrington, C F
Hants, B H
Hamilton, A M
Hsll, A C
R >gan, Patrick
Preaeott. E S
Plecker, P A
Rempp. W m J
Ri v e*. W m C
Kiddle, N I
Rogers, Geo W
Jones, Capt Warren Riehsrds. E tra
Jackson, Ricbard Robinson, diss
Juds, James M
Jones, Jss R
Johnson, IkI L
Irwin, Heury 2
C*yce, C?1 Thos P 3 Jones, F W
C i.dde ea, Jno
Cjok, Juo P
Calboon, Gen Jno
C. It, James
Clifford, I! N
Crscrofi Geo A S
CUi, Geo W
Ca?haw, E L
Clark. P P
Cameron, P A
Cashman, C F
Cor.rad, Chas E 3
Coe, Chas H P
Campl e'l, Alex
Pswy, Capt 8 W
D?uny, R 8
Pol n, R K
Davidson. A. L
Davidson k Hide
Donn, E W
Demar C-iss H
Denniaon, Caas P
Davenp>l t, A H
D nelson \ J
Dsw.on J L
Kvaus, JoslaU 0
Eccle', George 2
V ihelman, K B
Fra/.?r, W C
Flonruoy, T C
frost k J.ibneou
Frankll'i, Dr W B
Foster, B B 2
Godey, W H k Co
Grlflln, R B 2
Gr Hih, R A
Gaut, J K
Gibson, J H
Gain**, Rsv Jao H
Goodrich, J /
Green H H
Goo lwin, H C
Graham, H B
April 13, 1SS6.
Jarboe, F M
Kunaman. G R
Klrby, W A
Kiikely. Thos K
King, Peyton G
Kuigbt, J E
Ke ler, J F
Rust, A G
Roberta,A ntliony E 3
Npauldlng * Co
Bbinn, W H H
Sttllwell, T H
Sargeant, T D
Smith, 8 A
Scott, R K
Strother k Psrker
Smith, Gen P F
Beyiuour, O 8
Steveus, Gov Isaac 3
K ill lugs worth Frank Slierer. Rev Jno 3
Kane, Dr K K
Likens, W L
Lowe-y, W M
I,enar i, T D
Lest, O C
Lucas, J P
Lynch, Juo R
Lewis. J B
Low rev, Godwin
Lowrey, Chas J
l.eggett. Aarou 3
M ii rdock, W I> C
Middleton, Wm B
Shauk, Isaac H
Sawyer, Juo G
Som?-rby, H G
Smith, Ge> A C
Shore, Geo W
Smith, Capt G W
Scott, U C
S- hroe^e'. Fred'k 2
Steveus, E C
Smith, Alex T
Selover, A A 2
Thomas, Juo M
Tli roop, J V N
Tl arpe, Wm
Tin Uip'onJL >pal Jirig
Mattlnsley, TUos R Tiffauy, Henry
Maraoa, Jos 2
Magie, Jno 0
Missroon, Com J 8
Uaddox, J ..a
Morrison, Jno B
Matthews, H C
Mcaa, Geo T
Morgan, G O
Morris, F B
Moore, Com E W
Mas- n, C H 4
Mason. OK>SS H
Mott, Chas A
Meyers, Maj A C
Me?ni. Rev Alex
Thomas, Maj Geo H 3
Todd, D M
Vincent. Fredvrick 3
White, J A
Ward, W T
Watson. Dr Wm A
Weston, M W
Williama, Wm 0
Wood, R 8
Win die, Peter
Wilis. Maj Jamsa
White, Jso G
Williamson. Jaa B
W'bitaker, J T
Wogion.Capt Jno F 3
West, J no
Williams, Maj H F
Wallace. Rev David
Wood k Black
JA8. G. BERRET, P. M
List of letters remaim.no in
the CITY DESPATCH for the weeiv ending
A lama, Wra Gott, Richard Sanders, Mrs Ctro
Blake, W P Garrettson, N N lins k
Brown,Marshall coi Hume.MrsBarbaraETay'or M as Hsl
Do I sty, Allen
Ely. H Wm
E\sua, Juo F
Frv Mrs Alius R
Fletcher,MistE'lzaJ Stone, W J
Gsdsby, Win Smith. A K
Leiseur, Kmaiiuel rietta
Lowry, Jno Tate, Dr Tlioa M
Ratclllf, Mra A W Tolman, Miss M try
Russell, Juo T Vai.gh&u. J J
Smo' t. Capt Joseph Wnnasttr, Lewis
Skidmore. Mr V* ?mmi, Naihsniel
McDonnell, Mrs J
P4TEJTT FRERfH TAPEKS, AM tLK
gant article, clean economical, and free f om
smoke and bad small,burning without wirk For
sale by J. K McGREGOK,
ap l!-dlw 5H Seventh street.
SCHOONER OASSABAES HAS ARRIVED
and Is now discharging her cargo ut cur
wharf. HARTLEY A BRO , Agta ,
ap 11 101 VVaUr St., Georgetown.
1 fid BBL8 RUSSET No 1 APPLES
Xvrvf *25 do Baldwin do do
Now arriving per schooner Gassabue*, and
for sale by HARTLEY A BKO ,
ep 11 101 Water st., Georgetown.
TURNIPS HAVE TIK.1ED UP!
rpHE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE FOR SALE
J. 5<H> bushels of the best qua'lty of Connecti
cut Ruti baga TU RNIPS, which can be deliv
ered In any quantity, In any part of the city or
Georgetown, at the lowest price tver offered, by
applying to DANIEL J. GRAHAM, 477 Messa
cnusetts avenue, or Mr. FOWLER, cor. Bridge
and Green streets. Georgetown^ ap ll-4f
S. P. HOOVEB,
Iran Hall Bg?tt Slice and Trunk Establish
JUST RECEIVED MY STOCK OF SPRING
BOO I S and SHOES for ladles, mis
ses and children.
AUo, a large assortment of Gents, Boysj
and Youths' French Patent Leather and
Caif Boots, Shoes and Pumps, all of wnlch 1 will
sell lew for cash.
My assortment of TRAVELING TRUNKS
cannot be surparsed In any city south of New
Yorx. 8. P. HOOVER,
ap 11- Iron call
I HAVE THIS DAY OPENED A FINE AS
sortment of FLOWERS suitable for
face and outside Bonnet Trlmmlrgs con
St;aw Sprays and Bunches
Straw Buttons, Braids, Ac.
Bunches. Sprays, Buds
Leaves, Wreaths, Ac. A.TATE,
ap ll-4t 314 Pa av., bet lUth and 11th sta.
WILL certainly LEAVE ON THE
8:h of mst, and respectfully Informs the
public In general, that she will give Information
in all the Affairs lelating to Life, Health, Wealth,
Marriages, Love, Journeys, L w Suits, Difficul
ties in Buclness, Ab ent friends, Sickness and
Deith, and In respect to all other subjects She
Is also able to tell the ages of persons by reading
numbers. She can be consulted at all hours or
the day and evening.
Her name Is on the door?at No. 2tS ltth street
corner of D, on the left hand side. Gentlemen 50
cents and ladles SO. ap 11'
jyjADAME DEVOS TAKES PLEASURE IN
announcing the ladies from Washing
ton tfcat she will exhibit, In a few days, In
Washington, a moat beautiful stock oft
Spriag and Summer Millinerv, selected frsm h? r
establ sbment in Paris, Ruedela Palx, and New
York 481 Broadway.
T e plaoe and day of opening will be announced
by the papers. ?P 7-iw*
FT A T I O If A L T II E A T K E ,
KUNKKL k. CO LESSEES
JOHN T. FORD SOLE MANAGER '
The celebrated and comp e:ely organized
Pyne & Harrison
ENGLISH OPERA COMPANY
oompeisin*,ainof?tr other gTt'd utM * tb?v>orUi
renowned ' Queen of English Song. *
XI8S LOUISA PYNE.
who well, by the leading critics of neerly evsry
city of note throughout the Union. bu been ac
corded in excellence scarcely Inferior to Jtnay
Kind's; the renowned English Tenor,
MB W. HABBISOlf;
the celebrated Basso.
MB. STBETTOW: and MB HOBHCAITLE.
will commerc* a brief
FASHIONABLE OPERA SEASON
At the National Theatre,
On MONDAY E**NIN<*, April 14th,
aided by* powerful and competent Orchestra and
a full and efficient Chorus
The engagement of this renowned company is
limited to but SIX NIGHTS during which t. me
there will be pr ?*n'ed each night on- of
SIX COMPLETE OPERAS*
with effective acceasions of correct Scenery, Cos
ID" The Bo* Sheet lor the sale of R<aerved
Seats will l*e op- n every day this week Office
hour* l>ftwe?n 9 a m and 5p.m.
MONDAY, April 14th, Initial Opera?"SOM
N AM Bl'LA." [CrganJ ap*-St
M'LLE TEBESA FABODI,
ess ted by
M'MX AMALIA PATTI STRAKOSCH,
the distinguished Contralto, and
the emlneat llaritone,
Under the direction of the gnat Pianist and Com
on their wav to the North, w 11 glee, in this city,
0\E, AM) POSITIVELY ONLY ONE,
Ob TUESDAY EVENING, April 14.
M'LLE TERfcSA PAKODI will sing, on
this occasion, for the first and only time, the cele
brated national French Hvicn.
Which haa been received with immease enthu
siasm wherever sung by her.
The programme on this occasion will be unap
proachable in variety, and will Include gems from
the great master* of classical. jopular and mis
The price of admission ha? been Used to all
parts of tke hall at ONE DOLLAR
S*atscanDe secured, without extra charge, at
the Music Store of R. Davis, Esq., beginning on
Thursday, April 10.
For particulars and p'ogranrme see small bills
and future advertisement.
Doors open at 7; Concert commences at 6.
NOTICE It* HEREBY GIVEN TO THE
scholars cf the late Mr. John Cochen. teach**
in dancing, to call on Mr ALFREDHURD E,
who is hereby authorized to receipt for anv sams
due him. FR ANCIS COCllEU.
THE UNDERSIGNED (LATE OF THE
firm of D Finch A Son.) atill continues to
cam* on the Painting business in all its various
He respectfully solicits of former patron and the
public generally a continuance of the ir favors
All work contracted for bv him will be execu
ted with promptness and fidelity.
Orders to be left as usual, at the old stand, cor,
ner 12th and E stree s
JNO. SUMMkRFIELD FINCH
ap 11-1 m
CLOTH DRESIIIIO ANO DYEING ES
The subscriber having re-estab
llshed himself in the above buslners 1j pre
pared to DYE Silk. Merino. andDe!a<ne Dre*se?.
silk, Damask and Merino Curtains; Crape and
Merino Shawls d^ed cr b'.eiched Genu' Coats,
Pama. Vests. Cloaks and Mantels cleansed or re
dye L J DENHAM.
No*. #4# south side Pa avenue, between 14th and
13th streets, opposite Gautier's Confectionery
Ee. Mcdonald, no 70 bridge st.,
? Georgetown. D C , would lespeoiful'
lv lnfo'in her friends and the public gene-l
rally that ahe wl.l open, on Sato-day. the'
lJth Instant, a great variety and general
assortment of SPRING MlLLINf RY of the
most s-lect and choic; styles of the season, com
prising Neapolitan, Tissue. Swiss. Fancy Flor
ence Braid. I^eghorn Braid. Straw* of all kind*.
Flowers, Ribbon*. Garlands Wreaths, and a
great varlerv of Goods in tier line cf b-istness.
MRS. FEN WICK STILL CONTINUES the
above business in all its varieties, at her res
idence. No 23 Linden street, near the Catholic
Church, Georgetown, where she will be happy
to see her patrons and the ladles generally From
her long experience In the business she can ssfeiy
promise satisfaction to ail who may ca'l oa her.
All orders exe:uted at the shortest possible no
Several Girls wanted to learn the trade,
1HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE stock
of CANTON MATTING, of first rate quality,
which I am prepared to sell cheaper than tne
same rrticle can i?e purchased at auy other estab
lishment in this District.
Matting put down at abort notice ard in the
bes. manner. L. F. CLANK,
Paper-fcanger and Uph^Nt'rer,
218 Pa av nue, brt. 12 b and 13ih sts
ap ll-3t* ( Wash News)
Y BOY, MAURICE, BETWEEN 12 AND
13 years of age got away from home oa
Tue*<Jay morning and has not since then rtturned
He Lad on. at the time he le^t, a grey ca-inet
Jacket with bright metalic buttons; pan1. ioon?or
same stuff; heavy leather shoe* < new >; blue cot
ton stockln-s, hesls and toes whle; a black -ilk
necktie: and wore a gUzed caj ; h" had dark
hair and bright black e\e* He is rathe- smtil
for his age ; speaks English fl.-.ently wi*b some
what cf a French accent, and Frernh well In
I is conversation he Is lively and intelligent. He
was last seen, by hoys of his acquaintance, cn
Wednesday evening, the 9th inst , at and aroiu d
the circus, whtre ne was also met on Tuesday
evening ... .
Any Information that may lead to his recovery,
will be gratefully received and handsomely re
warded by JOSEPH BEGUIN,
No. 423 13th st., bet G and N sts.
THE GREAT KEMFDV IS AT LAlT
And that Fell Destroyer of Human Happi
ness at length is Conquered
CONSUMPTION SHALL NO LONGER rob
our frierds cf their brightest ornaments, and
sink many a gentle spirit to an untlm?ly unrt
Consumption can be cured. Ai hnu will soon
be us the things that were; and coughs and co d?,
the parents of - hat fell disease th^t so cft-n brings
woe to the home* of ou?land, vanish as if by
magic, before DEVI N E'S COM POUN D PITCti
LOZENGE I hese Lozeuges a<t benefic'ally on
every pari of the system, and make strength f nd
vigor take the place of weakness and debility;
and will, In any case wheie lurgs aufllclent are
leit to sustain life, chef k the ulcerati-u andl ial?e
the patient to heAlth This Is not? n idle tooa?t,
nor ia this remedy t? nt into the market wit tout a
thorough trial, but has proved, beyond a d uw,
that what has l>een asserted can b- done
Call and get a pamphlet containing certificate
ROBT. A PAYNE. Druggbt.
Cor 4th st. and Mass. Av., and ?o!e ag?!t lor
the Dlsyjct. _ ap U 7i
OPENING Or FASHIONABLE MILLI
MRS. J . LANK __..v
SfOST RESPECTFULLY CALLS ATTfcN
'.yl tlcn to ber opening cf FRENCH
PATTERN BONNETS, on Saturday neitl|g
! April 12, at her Store, 101 Bridge st., soutbj^
aide, between Congress and Hlgk^str??s, Georg
town The public are Invited tocsll Mdeaani
1 lne her splendid assortment of ne.v Parl? ?n ?'
'oeeti er with a *ne asNortn ent of RIBBO^b,
fTowEBS, C a PS and DR ESS TRIMMINGS
CHINESE GRASS, SILK. LINEN ANV
Cotton FISH LINES, furnish*d com^e*
and unfurnished. . , , a
Rirby, l.lmerlck, Gravitation. Vlrglni???aa?
Che-tcrtown FUh Hooks of ail sizes
Limerick Hooks on Silk worm ?ut.
Ringed hollow andbaaK Siokers
Best Bamboo anJ Reed Rods M
AndeverytLlng In the Fishing Tackle 1W
sale very low by E K LUN D Y,
ap 10 1<8 Bridge st , Georgetown^
EVKRTRODY WHO USE PAPEEfl***
Pe-s, and SUtior.ery in general gc to ?? ?
I avenue. We are selling aurh goods out very
JOHN F ELLIS, _
[ ap ? between 9th aad 10th
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