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washington city: March 14.1*67. PF* TUB ST IR.? ?trawgera i?w ktr? atf iceaiadcd ikit Ike very beat war !? which tk y caa keep correctly aad pr?mpfly p?il?d witk rcfrrrace ta ?ka 4?ia|i aad eayiaga at Ike Federal Metropolis oad ceaceraing cTrnti elee ?wkere, af wklck cerreet laferasatioa eaaeeatrate# ia Waahiagten, ii ta sab ?eribefor Tke Star. Tke eabacriptiea fHee far ikr Daily, wkaa seat hr sasail, te IS.iO per annam j far tke Weekly, per aanam. THE WEEKLY STAR ?f te-day con taint two capital storiee?" I be Fatal Kin" and "The Disguised Lover"? hod numerous graphic and humorous sketch at* Inside will be found a vast quantity of inter estlng current Washington News? Depart Bsntal, Legislative, Executive, and other wise Local aod miscellaneous itema go to 111 up the ehioks and Interstices in the ool? want, the result being a paper erowdad with Batter interesting to oity or country readers. Price, 3 cents for tingle numbera, or tl 25 per year. __ spirit OF TUB MORNING PRESS The Union discuraea the prospect of parties In the next Hou;e of Repreaentatives, urging at the aame time the neceasity resting on the Democrats in the Statea yet to elect, to exert themselves to secure the aeven gaina still neceaaary to Aire the chamber to their party put peradvSBture The following are the States jet to elect: Rhode Island. Connecticut, Maryland, Vir ?nia, North Carolina. Qeorgia, Alabama, itsissippi, Louisiana, Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas, and Missouri. The truth i.", it is still very questionable Whether the requisite seven gain can be rer eu.-ed in those Statea. All depends on the hot vity of th? Democra'a. W.thout the House, the Administration will be greatly era* barrassed in carrying ont h thorough fem - eratic party policy. So, it ia to be hoped that they will leave no atone unturned thua to Bake their triuaiph in the late preaidenti&l election complete. Ihe lnUlligenar says: " We had the satisfaction of announcing yesterday in a brief paragraph the passege by the Senate of the Dallas Clarendon treaty. Th* exact Tote on it, we understand, was 32 yeas to It nays With the ratification of the trea. ty it is etated that the Senate coupled certain amendments, which will be the subject of fu ture negotiation either in Linden or Washing ton. What their import is we, of course, have m> means of knowing; but we understand generally that they are not of a nature to au thorise tbe anticipation cf any final difficulty between two Governments animated by friend ly seotimenta, as the two in question undoubt edly and sincerely are Indeed, the main o-ject of this treaty and the motive of its negotiation were to elucidate some olecurity in former conventiona, and to remove all dif ference of conatraction and all misapprehen sion or misunderatacding in future iu regard to Central Amerioan Affairs." Washington news and gossip. The Proposal to Abolitionixe Virginia - Few things hare amused ua more of late than tke grave comments of the Republican preM upon the feasibility of carrying out the al leged scheme of Mr. Xli Thayer, the newly eleeteu member of Congress from the Wor cester, Massachusetts, district, to oolouise Vir ginia from New England through the means of such an emigrant aid society ai he mai> aged in e-nnection with Kansas cot long since. If essayed to be eirried out, we ainoerely ad vise those to be vi:timised into trying to effect h lodgment in the Old Dominion under any tu:h auspices, to get the'r eara insured; as they will find them not worth sixpence after crossing the Maryland, Pennsylvania, or Dis trict boundary. The feasibility of the pro pyl srous scheme is not wor'.h discussing, and Its impudence is so barefaccd as to create a smile, rather than indignation. Tbe New Tork evening pott makes the following oommaats upon the very natural reception which all the Virginia press warn all encb emigrants in advarce that they may expect: ? "On the whole, however, the plan of bring ing out tbe resources of Virginia, raising the value of its lands, infusing life into its stag nant commerce, and enabling it to sustain its lines of internal communication, by inviting the migration of enterpriaing men from more populoua atatea, is kindly received. Thoee who now talk of hanging tbe emigrants, will And that their plan is not approved by three large classes of persons?those who wish to eee their lands bear a better price in the mar ket?those who are embarrassed and must sell ?and thoee who have an interest in keeping up their railways, which without the aid of aa increased population and trade, must in evitably, erw long be abandoned, and the knot-grass allowed to grow over the rails " We have it in our power to inform the Pott that it need give itself no further trouble ?o:? oerxicg the industrial prospects of the Old ' Dominion, as, without the kind assistance of the description of population it proposes in the fullncas of its benevolent heart to aend her, real estate?farming lands?throughout her length and breadth has risen in value in the laat five years in a- much greater ratio than throughout the State of New Tork, " the earae of alavery" to the coatrary notwith staadicg. We have also to inform the Pott, that there ia net a single railroad in operation in Virginia whose business la not at this mo ment more profitable thitn the average profits *be New Y^rk railroads. These are statis t-cai /acta which show the lolly of auch ideas hS we quote above from the Pott, as ignorant ?oncernirg the true state of thing* at tke 8o*th?If not designing to mislead iu readers ?as cf the condition of the kingdom of Tim bue'.oo. The Sandwich Islands Treaty ?It seems t> be understood around us that after acting upon the nominations sent in yesterday, acme being confirmed, and others referred on ac count of objections to their consideration with out previous reference?and the objection of a single Senator is sufficient, under the rule, to prevent immediate aetion upon nominations? tbe Senate yesterday took up tbe Sandwish Islands Treaty (in executive session), and that it was debated until they suljourned, with great earnestness on both sides. We think we know enough of tbe sentiments of the different Senators upon tbe aubject to warrant ua in saying that could a vote upon it have boon ob tained yesterday, it would have been oon* Armed by tbe neoeaaary twe-thirda vote. For i me time j ait it haa been underatood that the most active oppcaltion to it ci mea from tbe ?agar interest, with the ?? protection" to whleb, if confirmed, the treaty may eveatuslly I iter fere It a'flkas us aa btirg Improbable that a vole can be okwined upon it to-day ; Insomuch as it is the easiest tiring imaginable to spohk M to death, ulM tbe resolution to terminate the session at 1 p. m. (we are writing before the Senate meets.) be reminded But if not finally disposed of to-day, it is very probable, from outside demonstrations of Sen atora upon the subject, that it will be confirmed shortly after the next sewion opens. Confirmed.?The folio wing appointments were oonflrmed yesterday, by the Senate af ter the Star went to press, with the exception of those of Messrs. Clayton and Cunningham, which we announctd: Isaac H. Sturgeon to be assistant treasurer of the United States at St. Louis, Mo. John S. Cunningham, of South Carolina, to be purser in the nary, rice Edward Fitzger ald. deceased. Phillip Clayton to be Assistant Secretary of the Treasury. J. Patton Anderson, of Washington Terri tory, to be Governor of said Territory from and after 17th March, 1857 ' Samuel Medary, of Ohio, to be Governor of Minnesota Territory from and after 1st April, 1S57. Turner Nelson, of Indiana, to be superin tendent of Indian affairs in the Territory of Utah. Georjre H Jones, of Virginia, to be secretary to the President to sign patents. William Wear, of Kansas, for attorney of the United States for Kansas. Lawis W. Sifford to be United States mar shal for the southern district of Ohio, rice Thomas K Smith. Jacob Frontman to be deputy postmaster at Hamilton, county of Butler, Ohio, in place of L. M Furrow, resigned. Theodoras Bailey, Hugh Y. Ponriasce, William F. Lynch, Henry W Morris, Franois B. Ellisan, to be captains in the navy Alexander M. Pennack,George F Emmons, Edward Middleton, Thomas T. Hunter, Gus tavus H. Scott, David McDougal, Charles F. Mcintosh, to be commanders in the navy. De Grasse Livingston. Wm. E. Fltshugh, Trevet Abbot. Berjamin P LoyalI, CharlesH. Cushman, Oscar F Stanton, William H Chee. ver, Henry A Adams, George Brown, Charles E Haw'.ey, Bushrod B Taylor, William H. Ward, Robert L May, John W. Dunnington, Hudson M. Garland, James W. 8hirk. Jesse Taylor, James P. Maxwell, Henry Erben, Francis E Shepperd, Thomas P Pelot, Ed ward P. McCrea, Edward C Stockton, to be lieatonantsin the navy. George P. Turner, of Va., to be a second lieuteoai tin the marine corps from 27tfi Sec tember, 1858. Allen Rimsay, of the Distrlotof Columbia, to be second lieutenant in the marine corps from 1st March, 1857, rice E. H Youngblood, resigned. Del^van Bloodgood, of New York, to be an assistant surgeon in the navy, vice E. K Kane, deceased. Guano Again ?We find in the New York Timet a Tory sensible repudiation of the state ments cf the late letter from its Panama cor. respondent concerning the opera'ions of the American Guano Company, a3 follt W3 : '?Gcaho Agai.v ?A correspondent at Pan ama, in a letter which we published on the 2Sth ult., took occasion to caution the publio against various speculations that were cn foot in the guaro trade, and among other sweeping statements he said he had reason for believing that 41 the guano whioh Captain Lucas and Benson's son exhibited to the State Depart ment, and which they pretended to have been taken from the islands visited by the Inde pendence was got from the Chinchas." " We hare already stated, in regard to this letter, that we have no personal knowledge of the accuracy of its statements, and that it was published without the editorial snpervision which we usually bestow upon our correspond* ence We have since been assured, upon au thority which we cannot doubt, that the guano taken from these islands is entirely different in quality from that obtained at the Chinchas; to that the report mentioned by our corres pondent cannot, in tbo nature of the case, be true. Besides, we have seen the affidavits of Captains Lucas, Baker, Turner, Lewis, and others, stating, most explicitly, that they vis ited these islands, and know, of their own knowledge, that the g"ano was actually pro cured from them We have no reason to doubt the good faith and truth of these repre sentations, and regret the publication of the letter which attempts to throw discredit upon them The statement in regard to Mr Geo. W. Benson i* wholly incorrect, inasmuch as at the time mentioned he was with Com Mervine in the Pacific, and never presented any apeoi. mens of guano at the 4taie Department. 'r This is a subject in wh?ch all should be in terested who are to profit by the progress of American agriculture?and who is not thus to profit? We may be pardoned for repeating that we look on the success of the effort! of this ocmpany to introduce a guano, with a much larger proportion of phosphates than the Peruvian article possesses, into common use In the United States, and at a much lower price than its rival, as being worthy of the sympathy and oountenance of all?more es pecially since it has been proved t > the satic faction of all who have taken the tnuble to inform themselves in the premises, that their speedy success is a fixed fact. In one year from this date the value of their services to the farming public will be properly appre ciated everywbeie. A Struggle ?The contest between the re spective aspirants for the Marshalship of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania and their re spective.friends in Washington, is just now as lively, as entertaining to a man up a treo The candidates so far known to the outside barbarians are John Cumminga, of Snjder; C M Straub, of Schuylkill; Dr. Hall, of Lai. ca?ter; Joseph Lippincott, of Philadelphia; Phillip Johnson, of Easton ; and Woods, of W ayne. Marshal Wynckoop, wa tike it for granted, too, will have not the slightest objection to continue four years longer in the position. All the gentlemen named above are active atd ardent Democratic politicians, and doubtlees have great claims on the considera tion of the administration ; whioh would, in turn, doubtless take the greatest imaginable delight in gratifying every mother's son of them, were that possible. Verily, we fear the President is already beginning to realise that his so enviable position is not altogether a bed of roses For, between you and the gate post, reader, the chance is ten to one that he is subject just now to snob solicitations from the friends of quite as many aspirants for every place in his gift worth having. From the bottom of our heart we wish him a safe deliv ?ranee from the jaws cf the patronage of his office, which for twenty-five years past has certainly caused every President of the United States more Ubor, current uneasiness and subsequent real trouble with lets thanks for them, than every other duty combined, inci dent to his distinguished offioe. The Senate and the Executive ?The De mocracy are to be congratulated upon the frank and oordial understanding which cer tainly exists between the Democratic majority of the fcenate and the New Executive, which i! manifest in the promptness with whioh the former have carried out all the Iatter's sug gestion! and views so far made known to them There is proof in it that he U to be effljiently seconded in administering the Government upon the good old-fashioned Democratic strict construction principle!. Individual jealousies and disappointments will, of course, continue aver before, at times to mar the harmony of those two branohas of the Government to the extent of oreating vexatious delays so far as here and there the action of ? singto Sena tor can produee such a recall under their rule*. Farther than that, we at present see no reason t? anticipate that the waters will be ruffled ; Tor all appear to hare implicit confi. denoe that the President will carry oat his administration, to the letter, all the dootrinoe of the Cincinnatti platform. Nominations Confirmed To-Day ? in the ooune of their brief ExeoutiTe session this morning the Benate confirmed the nomination* that were yesterday referred, and those sent In to-day, as follows : Win. S. Venable, of Tennessee, to ba Min ister to Gaatemala. Eugene M. Wilson, to be U. 8. District At torney for the distriot of Minnesota. J. Page Hopkins, of Virginia, to be Consul at Tobasoo, Mexico. Joel W. White, of Conneotioit, do., at Lyons, France . A Thornton, of North Caroline, do., at Aspinwall, New Granada. Peter Lasauseneau, of Louisiana, do., at Metamoras, Mexico. Q. Augustus Johnson, of Rhode Island, do , at Beyrout, Turkish dominions. . Chas. G. Baylor, of the District of Colum bia do , at Manchester,England. Abner Pratt, of Michigan, do., at Honolulu. Sandwioh Islands. i RagaD' ?f to be a Paymaster in the Army of the United States. P. H Montgomery, of Arkansas, to be an Army Storekeeper. W. R Gibson, of Oregon, do. J. A. MoNutt, of Tennessee, do Lawrence Talliaferro, of Pennsylvania, do. The Naval Conrt of Inquiry.?Yesterday, after the Star went to press, the examination of Lieut. Brashear was oonoluded, and Com modore C. 8. McCauiey, and Lieutenants Wm. Chandler, W. D. Porter and J M. Frailey, were also examined; as well as Commanders Cunningham and Meroer, who wore recalled and re-examined. To-day, Lieutenants M F Maury and Fabius Stanley were examined? ?11 the above named gentlemen being wit nesses on behalf of Lieut. Meade, whose case is still before the court. A Soldier of the War of 1812 ?The Com missioner of the General Land Office yesterday issued a 160 acres land warrant in favor of Mr. George Peabody, the celebrated banker, for services in the war of 1812. He was a pri vate in the well romembered artillery corps of Georgetown, D. C , commanded by Major Peter. The Senate's Employees' " Extra."?The proposition to accord to the employees of the Sencte extra compensation for their services was abandoned this morning, it being evident that some of its opponents bad determined to speak it to death. Mr. Dianey Dead?As we go to press we learn that the Hon. David T Disney, of Cin cinnati, Ohio, died at 11* a. m., to-day, at Dexter's Hotel. We speak of his illness else where, which was from lung fever. The Indiana Contested Election Case.? The Senate adjourned without disposing of the Indiana contested election case, or ordering testimony to be taken in it as suggested by Senator Fitch. Appointed ?The Secretary of the Treasury has appointed Ely S. Parker, of Genesee county, N. Y., Superintendent of Construction for the new public building at Galena, 111. The Sandwich Islands Treaty.?As antic * pated in another article in our issue to-day, the session terminated without finally dispt sing of this treaty. Lord Napier had his first interview with the American Secrotary of State this morning, at the department, we hear. The Current Operations of the Treasury Department.?On yesterday, 13th of March there were of Treasury warrants entered on the books of the Department? For the Treasury Department... $17,167 S3 For the Interior l>epartaent...?-? 15,442 41 For Customs 13 885 68 War warrants reoeived and en tered..????...?..#p 123 b7 On account of the Navy.......... 09*154 82 From miscellaneous sources ..... 1,428 80 CONOR HSSTONAL PKOCJSHDIIiOS In THB Sxjiatb, yesterday, after we went to press, ere the conclusion of the speech ef Mr Bright upon the Indiana Contested Senatorial Election case, that gentleman gave way, andl the balance of their day's session was devoted to the consideration cf Executive business. Proceedings of Te-Day. lw TDK Sx!*AT?, to-day, after the Vioe Pres ident had vacated the chair aocording to the usual custom, Mr Rusk was elected to be President pro lent of the body, and a resolu ti?n of thanks to Vioe President Breckinridge for the manner in which he had discharged the duties of the Chair, was passed. Much business, of little publio interest however, wae done ere they went into Execu tive session. At the hour ot 1 p m. the doors were again thrown open, and they then adjourned line ate. From J. Shillington we have the last number of Frank Leslie's Illustrated News paper, containing pictures of the Inaugural procession; the Ball in Judiciary Square; opening of the Mechanic's Institute Fair; Mr. Buchanan entering the line of procession from the National.Hotel,(?) bis arrival at the White House, Ac., Ac. mt SPIRITUAL RETREAT?IN BT. Pv Mather's Church, on SUNDAY. March 33d, will t-a commenced a "SrmiTUAL R? tabat," to continue for eight day*. 1 wll' be under the direction of the Fathers of the Society of Jesus. Printed copied of the order of exercises will be distributed through the chureh,and supplied on application to the Pastor. mar 14 4t (lntel&Globe) ? ,THE JEWISH CEREMONIES, Ac. Dr J. J Asaaaam will deliver a Lec ture, on MONDAY EVENING, March 18th, at o'clock, in the Assembly Room sdfolnlng Star Buildings. Subject?" The Hebrew ceremo nies of the present day, the Doctrinal and tradi tional points of connection between Judal>m and Christianity,; with a few observations or Why a Jew should embrace the Christian faith.'* Ticket* 96 cents?which may be had at the door and uantl places^ mar H.St? ,AT A MEETING OP THE AMErT can H ook and Ladder Company, held on the evening of 131b, the following resolution was submitted, vis: Rttoittd, That the thanks of the members be tendered to Mrs Walsh for her kindness in supplying ns with Hot coffee, Ac., on the morn ing of the 13th,at the late fire on I street North. mar 14-lt ,NEW BUILDING ASSOCIATION. Persons desiring to subscribe for stock In anew Building Association,about to be organ ised, may leave their names and number of shaies with D B. Clark, corner of Marfiand avenufaod llth street. Island, or with Chas. Wilson, at the office of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company, adjoining Bank of Washington, and as soon as five hundred shares are subscribed a meeting wl 1 be called. mar 14-co4t ,CARD -MY GRATEFUL THANKS are hereby given to the FARMERS^ * MECHANICS' INSURANCE COMPANY, (Ovtica?consan Pbshsylvajiia avbsds and 17l ? *iai?BT,? for tke ?rimpt amd immediate pa , ? wi<?i of my loes, sustained by the ire In I st , betw an 14th and lfiih streets, tkii morning, March 13:h, 18S7 I am thus enabled, by t?e kindness of the officers, to resume my business at oace. Their oenduct merits approbation, and the oompany well deeswee publicpstroaafie me* 14-** KLLUrO wsKfi. Of ASCENSION (Prate*, ?i?, ?t Episcopal,) OB H street, between 0th and 10th street, Rev. Uimt Staiilt, Rttlor. Service* every eutday, at 11 a m , and 3* p m. For Few or tfeata apply to the Bai'toa * it* _ ^^*0 "TBE ED1T?R?P THE EVEN v ?T ** ?? 0,4 Wead, who haa kaewa you from boyhood, permit me. through the columns of your valuable paper to ht a few worda la favor of a worthy aadfalthful Pbilc officer, who, hy hit assiduity and lndoatrv the prompt and Impartial discharge 0f he du ties of hl? r ffice. Is Justly entitled to the test thanks of his fellow-citiaeasof the city and coun ty of Waahlngtoa. I refer to the lion Win am P. PraciLL, the able, (Solent, and excellent Judge of the Ornhaas' Court: a gentleman of high and honorable bearing, who byhls close st teatlon to the business of his offloe, the ireneral satisfaction ha has given to the public, aad the correctness of his declsloas In all the most im portant and Intricate can sea which have bean be fore him, Involving as they did, questions of law of great moment, aad vast sums of money, has gained for himself as a Judge a reputation In which none of tils predecessors ever attained It Is a matter of publle notoriety that appeals have been taken from the decisions of tbo Judge In the casea above referred to. to the Circuit Court of this Dlstrlot, and to the Supreme Court of the United State*, and that In those apeeffis, thede ctslons of the Judge of the Orphans' Court have without a solitary aocepMou, been ifflrmed by those Courts. Judge PracBLL's salary at the time he was ap pointed to office wai only one thousand dollars a year: It was subsequently Increased to Sft^-ea hun dred dollars, and at the iast session of Congress, it was raised to two thousand fve hand red dollars. Those acts of leglalatlon by Congress are manl - frsily based upon the decisions of the Judge In the cases affirmed as aforesaid, and clearly shew the high estimation la which he Is held by Cob gress, aad the exalted oplaloa they have of hia Integrity, worth, and high charaater as a tried Judge* The vote of the Senate to aogmeat hi* silary was unanlmcus. A Ppiuc Mill iRD A BISID1HT or Till It CITY FOR TBB LAST FORTY TBABS t military notice?a meet log Of the commissioned officers of com panies attached to the lat Regiment, 3d Brlaade. s' *^e El-Dorado House, oa TO MOHROVV EVENING, at 7# o'cloci A fU'l representation from each company Is earnestly re? quested, as business of importance will be brought cafore the meeting. By request of the officers of mar 13-?t? SEVEN COM PAN IK8. _ .?^PHILADELPHIA CAKE AT PHILA delpila prices, at the Philadelphia Ice Cream Depot, corner lJth and F streets ICE CREAM at 91.50 per gaUoa. feb 25-lm* TOHN DAVISON HAS F0K SALE A 17 prime lot of seasoned PINK WOODatS350 KvC?idA on hl> wharf, adjoining the Flah Wharf, Ceorgetowa, D C. mar 14-3t* A RD?ATTENTION 18 RF.FPECT fully called to the extensive sale of valuable City Lots, Farm, and Quarry Lots belonging to *ke estate the late Wm Ksshv commencing on MONDAY AFTERNOON, March Mth.iJI 0 clock, at the Auction Rooms, aod continuing each sncceedlng day, at that hour, unUl the whole Is dlsDosed of. m?r 14-dUflch J. C McGUIRE, Auct. A C A R D.-THE ATTENTION OF~TBE M E?bl,c.l8 re8Peet'"llT Invited to the ?ale of fine rlano Forte and Furniture, which will take pla^e on MONDAY, the 16th Instant, at 10 o'clk a m , at the residence of Mr A. Bennett, No :?0 north D, between 9'.h and 10th streets west The Piano is a fine Instrument and the Furniture Is of a good quality Also, line Oil Palntlncs snd Engravings, which were neglected to be pot in the advertisement. The eale will be well worthy or h attention of pen oas wishing good furniture 1" or further particulars see advertisement. mar 14-8t A. GRKEN, Auctioneer SPRING BOODsT 1 HAVE JUST RECEIVED A 8Pf END1D I assortment of BONNETS. RIBBONS, rnl FLOWERS, all of the very la est imlBUi Sortitions and best sty!ee. Also, a largeTP# loi of half wire Bonnet Frames, whl^h I will sell low to milliners I have also on h&nd a large stock of Embroideries, comprising, in part, hand some Swiss and Cambric Setts, Swiss Collars from 50 cents to f 13. Swiss and Cambric K of fline, Swiss and Cambric Edgings, all of which I promise to sell very cheap for cash MRS. R. G. KTCBISON, ? ? No 13 Market Space N. B ?I would respectfully Inform my cus tomers who have not closed their January ac cou .t* thit an early settlement 1* desirable, as I would Ilka all January bills settled before aew ones are opened near 14-1 w MRS R. G ETCHI8QN. THE SERVICE OF THE united a States.?Register of offlcers aad agents, civil, military, and naval, In the service of the United States: together with all the salaries and emoluments derlvab'e from every office In the tflft of the President. Price S3 iO. Mailed free on recelnt of f\ The United States Consular System; a manual for consuls, and also for merchants shipowners, and masters in their consular transactions; com prlsiag the Instructions of the Department of State in regard to consultr emoluments, duties privileges, and liabilities. Price S3 fto 1b cloth"? half bound morocco S3- Mailed free on receipt of U rents la addition to the price of the book Published by TAYLOR A MAURY, roaT *3 Bookstore near P.h street. protection AND INDEMNITY PROS LOSS BT FIRE! FIEE, MARINE, AND INLAND INSURANCE. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $1,25?,000 PABH1BR8 AND MECHANICS' IF8US AHCE CO., OF PHILADELPHIA. Office northwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and 1TIA street, Washington City, D. C. DI RECTO RS. Hon. Thos. B. Florence, Charles Dingee, George H. Armstrong, Thomas Manderfield, Charles A Rubicam, Edward R. Heimbold George Helmbold, P. Carroll Brewster. James E. Neall, Isaac Leech, Jr. . THOMAS B. FLORENCE, President. IDV/ARD R. HELMBOLD. Secretary. LOCAL PURVEYORS. Chirlts \Ytiter, No. 397 D street, opposite City usil* Jno. M. Thonitoa,corner First street and Ylrciala tvenue, Island. - Jvmes Williams, No. S3 P-Mtr-and-a-balf street. John Rieglee, No. SOI TUirieemh street, below Pennsylvania avenue. MIRINE 8LTRVBYOR. P? Levy, No. 337 Pennsylvania avcaae ippoaite Netiouai Hotel. ' GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT. John Thomason. Author*tad Capital and Assets...91,473,057 07. ASSETS 9533,057 07. Invetted in R<md?, Mortgagi:^, nndGfted Securities. The bnrlR?*6c of this Company will compare (a vorably with the most euc-tessfui of similar in^uta tions in the United States. Prom the 1st day of August, 1855, in months ap to 1st January, 1S56, the premium* receive# amounted to the large sum of one hundred and eight thousand, one hundred and fifty-oae dollars, idtb only forty-six hundred and sixty-six dollars losses eported With these evidences of suecessand good mtn rnent, the directors feel justified In soUciting ? e of public patronage, believing that the secu mv offered is ample and that ell ffiir claims will be adjusted more according to equity than legal techni C ml 11108* The company ispropared to issue policies agaiasi Ims or damare by fire on DWELLINGS, FURWI MILLS, MANUFA0ToRr*3, VVARE S0UBR8, all descriptions of BUrLDINGS, and eir ?omenta, or all kinds of MRRCHANDISB. U*n.#p?rted *>y VESSELS. 8TS AM BOATS, CA NAL BOAT8, RAILROADS, and the usual con v?ances to or ftom any portion of EUROPS u?i AMERICA, and on the hulls of STEAMBOATS navigating the western waters. The rates of premium will be as low as other companies, r.nd in flx'ng them every improvement in copstruction and arrangement will be takes iito oonsideratioo. All lasses speedily adjusted and promptly paid. Offlce northwest corner Pennsylvania avenue and Seventeenth street, Washington city, D. C. /nruranc* ,nay aln he etfrcted at the Horn? Office NortKweti corner Walnut and Second Streets, P\iln itlpkw. and in other principal eltics of the Dnit?c Staies oy authorised offioers of the comranv mar 14-tr ' A GREAT BOOK. ?INQUIRE WITHIN e? A?utny ^ y?U Waat 10 Know Publlsh FERGUSON, mar13 486 7th street. A SifA CH.A ^ C * 'OR PERSONS ?* ?* Wa?tof Lumber, to get rh!u>r. M* T1 lots to suit pur ' ? e eotlr? I?1 of DUMBER of which the iBauguratloa Ball Room was built, on Judiciary Square. Inquire of mar 13-3> ? p. ZELL. NO WASHINSTOR JVf-ANUPACTURBD silver ware on , . exhibition at the Metropolitan Meebaales? *Mtltute Fair, but every description of fine 811 ?er Ware can be esea la process of mai.ufuctur R. O. ROOD'S, m>r 13 333 Penn. ave. aear 9th at A90THBK SCARCITY^ ' fhYSTERS ARE AGAIN VERY 8CRRCE " but we have slwaya oa hand a^y pleaty ?f the very b??t and cheapesionN fmA OYBlEKSln thlselty. ^ NOLW 90HWARZE A DRURY, Mt .ttW, M , ?V LITTBUS OfU*. W*sk\nff,D.C.t Jfer<A 14, laiT. Bd raft to be lnMrtPd ia the Ptar: eg the newspaper barls* the large* clren latton of uy dally peper pabUshe* 1r Washing toa.] .rata Bbefollewieg Met, will applytagfer i*ia?rtrti? LADIB8 irNt, ItlJH Allegro, Mr-a P A llknMB, Mtr; AUridg. Mr* Jim illu, Mrs Bthea A bbott, Mr* B J Bar ma, Mr* tihii Browa, Mr* a 0 Brow*, MIm A B Bond, Mra Ana Blreh, MIm M A Brick, Mr* LIST readletoe, Belee Mlaa C Barrte, Oatharlae Pea4 etoa. Ballaa D Bo(ia, Oath* r In* _ Poetoa, Mar ft Baa no a, MIm C Q aea. Mia* P Hare.a. Mr* Sties Qaeea. MU? Berweod, Mtee P 0 Paadl BawkUa, Ml** P Pnla? Barrta, Catharlae Pead n, Catherine _ Portal ton, MIM C Q *?? ?a. Mr* SUM Qaeea. a*i Mr* S a?Ut, JoAan abaa.Mla* S B Bin*. Mr* 0 lograh ? I Johasoa, Mr* K Johnson, Mr* P Jo'ee, Mr* B Johnaoa, Mr* B 0 Brawn, MInAbbB Jewelle, Mia* ? t Sing. Mr* 0 S Bett, Mr* Mary C B ntlar, Mary Bakar, Mlaa D ? Bailey, Mr* M A hajkln, MlnBC Bait. Lacralta (Hark, Mr* P B Cook. Mr* C A Oall, Mr* Jalla T Sarr, Ml** Mary I Oanpbal', Sarah Bneeell, MM B Bodfara, Mr* J a Bodweoa. Mary M Randolph. Mr* B Bolllaa, Mra J i Smith, Mary L Smith. Mr* S T Mary Blaaoae, Mr* T Lasael, Mr* J A Da Smith, Mr* M K U'lurMot, Mia* M Bmlth, Mr* 0 0 Kins, Mlaa P B a, Mta* 1 Laeby, Mr* A La via, Tlrfiala Little. Ml** B A Laraed, Mra a Law ton, Mtrft Mctt, Mra CM Oaaalagbea, Bllaa Moora, Oaphnay ~ ~ Millar. Mlaa A P Coroner, Bally Conway, Mra 0 Canaan, Mlaa B A Cornldloger, l.oaa Canaan, Mary Caaalaghea, S J Dade. Aanla M Dad*, Mra M B Maxwall, Mlaa P Methewe, Mre B D Mathaa, Jaaa B Ma**:*, Mta* Drra Maaaay, Mlaa B A Millar, Mlaa M B Martin, Mta* M A DnTall, Mra Sana Moroelf. Mlaa M L Dnlanay, Mlaa U Dora*y, Mr* lit M orders, Ml** D M*C*rty, Snaaa MrKaaary, J McCarthy, J McCarthy. Mary Dorllln, Mary B Dotaay, Mra B C Doraay, Mlaa Bll*a Syr*. Mra Wllaaa Uoonar, Mlaa P Blbeoa, L Oover, KaU Gardner, Mi* M L Garrett, Mlaa B P tfrtihl, Mra B liawee, Mra Capt J Poola. Mra 0 Bayee, Mlaa A L Prlnoa, Mta* S Barn, Mm C T Hall, Mr* Wa Byde, Mr* P S Hayala, Mlaa L B Storm. Mi* ? 8 wane, Mra 8 O 8tana, Mr* Rlla* Smith, Sarah B Smith, Mr* EUesder Bagdea, Mra #? B Shallcroea, Mlaa B P SvakMa, Mr* B Blaaa, Mlaa B J Small wood. Mlaa S J Tfompaoa Jalla Terrtll, Mary B Tacker. Jaaa ? Tayloa, Mlaa Toapklae, Mra B Tharetaa. Mlaa M B Cphaa*. Mlaa B 4 rp>a, Mia* Jaaa w*ii, Jaaa Wrutet, Mia* B W*leh, BrM?at W.iao, Bllaa MaMtatra, Bridget Waid, Pally Ana Blrla, Mr* B Wa toa, Mr* M Moraoyle, Oatb'ne W lll*on, Mia* M Mapper, Ml** J Wntere, Mta* A B Bolaa. Catharine WlUoa, Mr* L 0 Mlaa M B Matlock, Mergt Matiwary, Mr* I Palua, Mra V M Pataraon, Borbary Parla, Mra M 0 Wilson, Mta* B William*, Mr* ? Washington MlaaB A Walkar, Mlaa P WUoax. Mlaa S A BBNTLBMRB'S LIST. Alexander, Ail?er, W Allan, Wa And raw*, T P Aatanla, 8 Aabtoa. Baa Arnold, K Alexander, Br B B Allaa, Mr ? Alaxandar Joa Allaa, H M Adas*, B H A*hlay, H <1 Anlrey, H P Armati oog, O P Arastroag. a A Atrbl?oa, P Aahtan, D Atklnaon, C W Andrew*, Br B Aab*, A 8 Brown, J T Benrk, Boa W 0 Baoaett, Col W H 4 Booker, Copt W WOOanM, LB ? a rail am, B H Glbboae. W A Gntrldga, B O Gardner, Mr O rdnn.J B Walleher, B Grant, B Gordon, B L Grechlnek. G 611 mere Gee I Gologe, Cha Oraaa, Col C 0 Grebaa. Dr A Gnngowar. A M B' tifh. W B Boloomb. Or W J Bowlacd, W ? Mopktna, Hon W Hop -. W H Hena'ag. W n Bamlll, W Ball, W i Harrla, W 8 ? Buih, W J Brook*, W T B.L'SA Hungerfnrd, W T Brcwa, Boa af Baldwin, W Bryan. W a Badgar, W Bar I It, Wia Bllllagi, W Br.her, Lt T M Ba Uay, Hoa T W Butlar. Col T P t Buah, S C Btakman, 8 D Jr Barn**, O Bdlln*, Cap! O Blrebard, Hen M ila/hona, Mr Brai^nry, Mr B?ar*a, M J 1 Ba!l*y M S Bark, L N Ba n*y, Capt L Blood. K L Branchard, L B*rryman, L H Bolllloay, L Bnnklay, J H Broak t, J O Biyaat, J H Bad ong, J S Bnrcholi, Dr J B Brown, J B Brlgg*, J W Uowaah, J B 8 Bnwn, J M UiUga, J a U andltga. Gaa J Bailey, J W Barry, J M Batee, Hy Bargerln, B A Baal* B S Brook*. Hy B*tiann, G W Bruce, beo Bailor, O L Br wo, Geo Biaok, P J Brandoer, P Baekae, t W Brew rt, B B Bel net, P B ? Bnckaer, Dr S S Bark, Hon S 1 Breaend, B Brayton, O A Braa, D Bredbead, Col D C Bryaa, B Baldwin, B i Bcwte, A T Cr-aaf.ald, W Crawford, J no S B Caaa Boo W t rawfird, Bon 8 ? t rap. W b Cnmalng*. Wa Crofi, W S Cartl*. W P CalUu, Dr T Ca**ln, Caa S Caaay, S W Capetand, B C Ckilda. P C-aa, Got P CablH,P P Oaggar, P * Chrlaiy, Mr Oaa la, Mr Cbaca, Mr Oarpaatar, M B Conner, Mr Oocbraae, J C Chandler, J 0 Curtiaa, J B Cornell, J 0 Clark, Jna Carter, Lt J H S Clark, W T Croaiy. J M Camming a, MaJ J Calloug, Mr Cartar, T J Oalhoaa, J, T8B Oopa. G Crawford, Gaa Oatlln, P C Oorndon, S Cartney, Pat Clark. I)D1 Oorbley, O Oorkery, C Craig, Cap CbatOeld. C 0 China, C B Clifford, Hoa B daily, Maj A S Crary,A C Camp, Cap A C Coalay, A B Creral lug, A W Calllii*, A Cain. A J ? (eraan, A V C. tarn, J L Carter, P J Daaee, Wni Delauey, Tboe D.cbeaon, 8 I. Darlf, 8 C Dreaaer, PI i>e la Torre, Col P On rail A Bod, P 8 Diiu, 0 S Devigoe, M Dartiall, M C De Haven, Lt J I Dickou, J J Uavlaon, J W Dagal, Jam'a Davison, J H 9allaa, J 0 Diekareon. J A Downer, J P Dongleae, J J "tiler, J B Derlee, J B Lwigbt, H W Davla, San G B ? Denla, Geo Daacy. Gen P L Daaaer, | B Den. Dr Da Well D Dowse, 0 Dor fee, B B D-at, S Duggan, A Daahy, A 8 Bal ng T 4 H*ae*. S C Hayaa, Gen 8 S Harbirt. 8 HaBitbower, S Hart. S T Head. Cap 8 B Hethaway, B BaUay, Bob t Bazlewoad, B Bagety, P Banchard, L Hanat~erg*r, L Hill. J G fcardy J H Barker, J 8 H mac a, J Hlrd, J no Harris, J G, CSB Hue, J M Hayaa, Jne Hora, Jna Jr How. J as * Hand, Dr JS Heart A 8' n, J Halt. H ( Bailey. H C Hoem r, H J Hoffmen, M B Bawklo*. Goo 8 Heath, G A Bal-t, G Beyd?n, P D Ha. 1, P Heeaa, P Hahn, P HatchlnMD. Be* P Hunt. B 0 Hngha. S Howrll, P Hamilton, Ool D Owan, i M Qnlrk, ? P.ok, Wa Pnrker, W P Pae, Wa Taga, W P Pelaer, Bev W ? Parker. Baa! Pleeeaata, S Pbalpe. 8 L ParoaJl, B Pbiliaa, Ool B f Pbelp\ Peter Pnrcell, P Plffl'ld, Capt 0 A Phillip*. V Park. Hoa L B Papeaan, Bea L t Parsaas, Jae Pate, J Pnrcell, Jae Parker, J P Parrett, Jae Pelk, Boa J D Potter, Boa J P Philllpe, Dr J P Peal. J Patteraoa. J C Paihaa. J Paaraoa*. Col B Place. Boa B A Prafl*ld, BBS Parry. 6 T Paihaa. a B p.na, ait Porter, Baa DBS Peck. D a Poltea, Bar C H Prea*. A S Pare, A Plllsbury, Baa A Rairae W B Kbndee. W C Brad. Wa Byereon. T B Btmak, 8 Randall, * koto. B M Baneoaa, Lt B Rowley. B 1 Bather, P Belley, P Baaeiec, P G Bablaeea, Mr Bice, Mr Baldy. M Roberta, M Byaa, M Blgga, J K Blch.J Boaslea, J Beyaolda, J A Bu-kmsa. J H Boe'r. Jae Bell ley, Jaa Be we, J K Befcblne, H A Hatcklnaoa, Bar Dr Boarer, B Hengb, C A H< akine.C Barley, B B Howlend, B P Bart, K H Hancock, A M Natl, A ' Baaierd. A I axon, Capt W I ah. J k Irwla, Henry Jehaaoa. Wa Jobaeoai, T W Jenkins. B L Jeaks. M Jeaea, L J Johtieoa. J Johaatoa, Dr 1 J*L.BSva, B M Jo. ee, D Johaa, D L Jorae. C L BeNeelly. The* K la ball, T B ? Keith, 8 C Erefer, M P Keeaaa, J S King, J B ( K lue, J W Kapbart. J B Kane, J J Bella, J D King, B P Klaeley, B Kinney, B S Keehterta, P Kaeelaad, B B Kaer. Mr King Cbaa Ke'ty, U A B Kidder, B A Lee, W M Laaah, WIU Looker, G 1 eaatr, P Lary, M S Lola. L Law,J S Lvdlagtoa, J Lackeu,J J Lyaa, J W Lewis, Cept J Lenta, J J Ul la, J M Leer a, J H Larklae J P Loadao, J H Lew la. j L Laiapkla, B Lad yard, B Lippo, H Llgbtaer, B B L*bt, Bea a Leiratr. G Laedsley, 0 S Llppl:.COtt, c a Ul,Bf Lewis, B Lawreaee, A A Laneaeter. A Marpby, W P Mraaaaa, W Minor, W K MeKay. Wa Mortoa, W t Myera, t J Meaabaw. T UeKeuaey, T Martin, T B Mason, T W Martin, B D Meson, 8 Merrar, Orm S Mayaerd, B P Mr It, a < Mct'nrdy, Ber B Moan iff. P Morrla, P MoCaJl. O Maakar, B Myrtck, B Mel aey, M Mlrhlea, Mr MeAfte, M Murphy, Jae Maffllt, J B Matt, J M Mai tar. Baa J 0 Marray,J B Millar A Jenea Rna?ell, 0 B Bead, a B any, a a B'chard*. P Baadall, P T Blgfca, Bar B B we. B C Bala. Bwd Blddla, B BaTBo.de. Br Blchaaad. D Rata Ira. D Roberta, Baa A M Bag* re, A B 8 Boao, O Raaaey. Ool A C Roberta, Baa A M Blcbarda, A Stewart, W M Smith, Via Scully, W B Salt*, W L tlth. S Boot l. S Saw In, B L Blaagbter, B P Bklaaar, P A B.arera, B B Btaelaea. S Scott, M T 8warta, M 8weenay J B 8 Sfelelda, Jaaee Bklaaar, J T Bukeley, Joe (laiAaae, Bea t Smith, J B Saatayra. J W t tears, J B See y, J M Smith, J C B isgcrlaad R*t J M Bedewtck. B D sain, B A 8 7 toe, B Stowel 1, B M Biaoaa, B L Smith. B A read. B B Sherwoed. Bea D L 4 Ba th, C W Blalrgtaa, Capt Switea, Baa U Swift, C B Sebaetloa, 0 Shew, Baa A > Taylor, L Tkouipeaa. B B 8 Twyaan, |B0 Tretnewey. B Thoaeoa, Maj T W lerreil, W B T hoapeoa, M Thvaeoa A Matbewa Thornton, J C C Trarer*, J no Thomas, Col Jenea Tyler, J B Taylor, Jae Tsy^or, J B Tottea, J Tiffany, B A Ttlmaa, M Tolbant, 0 B Thoaeaa. O P Tallcott, a a T.rcaioD, Cap 0 B Travle, Cap C B Thoatoa, B Tatiny, A I pbaa, Boa B " litter back, Jae Vans, Hoa B Valeatlna, L Vangbaa, J T Targhmaaa, G TaUadtaghaa.C L 8 Steers A was Montgomery. J ? MeNalr, Baa J .. , _ ? Mart- ady ae. Baa J R White, LPS MeMahaa, Jee Watklaa, G L Wright, Ad< Willi. Wetehaast, W Walkar. ? M Whltehnret, W B Webh, Tboe Wtllleas, 8 O WllUaaa, R 0 Wagneaa. Mr Waahbma, Mr Waatilagtoa, L B Walker, LTl Martin. J 0 Dlekaaeea, Has D S Miner, J A BUIot, R lUrle, Dr P Raalaalng, M S Breret, JR Bklea, 0-1 J Rart, J no RJdar, J Raaarson, a Rarnaet. P W Sagia. p Emery, C J Ragle, 0 Sgerten Hoa A P Ell mo re, a S Poxcreft, Wa 4 Peaney, W J Palooner, W S Fnrat, Tboe Petha way, B Pry, M Ptllaera, L Pave on, Jaaee Piagg, J P Fields, J S Pallerton. Jaa'e I Fletcher, Jaaas Fry, J P Krsser, Joha Forbea, Jaaee A Finch, J J Port, G L Fellows, a P Fentju, Bph Piyua, W D Plaaalag. C B Green, W G Barley, ?IF Gordon, T W Graham A T] Graar. Tuee Brabam, T B Garrott, T M Mertaa, J S McBalr, J W Monry, J M MltoheU, J B Mai owuay, J Mearte, B Mtdd.etaa, B Morrison, G W McOek G W McKee. G J Meahrlde, G W MeKeaaa. P M or caa. P Maeaa A EWaae Mernltz, Dr R Meartea. R Morgan, D Marsh, D Mitchell, Ool D B Mahla. 0 Metcalt Chae Manria, O W Mentara. C A Me?eey, B B Miliar, b W MagoAn. B McAB**, a L MnLaaeter, ? fcutt, S brighter*, B S Mewhy J M P Bllaa, i Maaaaa, J 0 Kellla, S P Werthaa. BP Boble, D A Barton, Mat I 8 Keisoa, A ax OrorSe'BJr, W Overt a. Wa O'Srtaa, Thee Whlu, Jaatiee 8 Wendell, J B Wllleoa. Jaa Watr> na, J J Waahbara, J Watrot*. Me) J S W hits* 14, Boa J Wagner, J O Wa*ce t, Dr J 8 Wtdaager, J Wild, J B Wtea. Dr J 8 Wtllaoa, Jaa Wans, J L Wtllaoa, > A Ward. J B W.aehcrgar, J Wllilaaeen, J A Wlllaon, Hob Jae Wat A Boas, J Wede. B Wa'eh, B S 8 Welty. H B Werthltgtoe, B L W|lke, Gee Wlkaoa, p S Wheeton, UPI Walk rook, SMS Waldo, D Waleh, Bar B Whltaey. D Wetawra, D L Welch. D WesteoU, D D We*t,AB Will ease, A Taetaaa. 8 B Teonaaa, 8 P Yeaag, M Tom g, Be* B B Z*eroe, Jaa SadllkoOer, CSS MI80SLLAHB0C8 ? Ageat OUna and Japan. Editor W*. h Rapcrier; Mat. Gaaetu Ool Rac .mpment, ho. &es; L. 8 ; P.; 0. I. At. 8 eltty; Aab. ?f Wartemburg; Pab. el Directory; Fkr sad Mac. lae. Oe ?sreh 14.1881. JAB. G. BRBBBTT. P. M. J\J*W YOKE LEDGER, IN ADVANCE, for Mar^b tlst - Mrs Ingrsham'e ntw siorr, the " Abdnetea Heliess," cop.Unoed Cobb's *' Karmel the ?s8Mj>" eoatlaued. rmfttOAON^makaet. ?rtntii. Tiuivit DviitKMT.MaRk it, lac Not lot la heieby givai to helda-a of atack ? the loaaa of the Ualud 6u?, that thla depnr. ?Mat w 11 pnrchaae the mom uatil the 1st day ? Jsu next, aaleae the sea of 81,800,066 ah all b? previously obttlMd, tad will pay, la i44iu?i ^ the Internet noerued from the date of the last sew aaaaal dlvldnadof latereat their oe, together wi eat da?'a addltloaal latereat lev the money t? reach the vendor, the followlag rataa of piaoin on aald stocks: Pev the atoch of ISlfi, ? premium ef 11 p* ceat. For the etoeh of 1847 ead 1919, a pram am af it parent; aad for the atach of 1869, ocmmoab called Tesaa Indemnity Stock, a pram Una of ? percent. Cnrtlfl a tea of stock t ran "ml nod to the drpar.. meat, uadcr thla aotloe, must b* aaelgned ta tha United Statee, by the party duly entlt'ed to oelTe the procooda. Payment far the eteaka eo aaalfvd aad tnu mltted will he made by draft* cm tha Aaalauat Treasurers at Beaten, New Torfe, or Phlladel phla, at tl a option of the rart!ec entitled to reeelw the money, which ahculd he ?zpiaaeed la the If. ten aewmpanylng the oartlfieatae IOWBLL COBB, .av U-dtUtJ aae Secretary of the Traaau y. 1KBM1UII TO CMlWi ASP JAPAN. CA RUSTS SALOON, rout SATI MOBS! OHINA EXHIBITED MONDAY AND WED NKSDAY JAPAN EIHIBITfV TV E 8 D AT AND THURSDAY. Afternooaa aad Evening* at 3x and 8. Doora opea oae hoar previtas Thla magalficeat aeries or vlewa from eketrhes taktn upon the apof, fcy Geo. B. We-1 aad W m. Admlaalon Tlckela 86 centa max 14-3te ODD FELLOWS HALL WAUOH'S I TALIA AND TBB Lilliputian Family Will opea on TUESDAY, MARCH IT, 1S67, Exhibiting e*eiy night, at if before 8, and on WEDNESDAY AND SITUKDAY AFTER NOONS, at o'clock Admlaeloa 95 eeats Children IS* " Deeeiiptlve Pamphlets for sale 1a tt? Ball 1CT ITALIA haa never before been exhlbltrd laWashington. marld-lmd SUIRKK DANSdNTR. PMBOF B W. MUNDEB TABES Oil AT r leas n re In announcing to h'.a friend a and the public generally that bla 14th Soiree will take place at h'.a Ball, corcer of 9th and D atreeta, on WEDNESDAY j EVENING, March lPth, 1?J7 There will be a Soiree every Wednesday lag (the weather permitting) thooghoot the aea aoa <?n Wedaeeday evening, March 88;b, tber? will be a Fancy Dreea Soiree glvea by Prof M It will be entirely private, and strictly select All thoee who desire to subacilbe ran do *o by applying at the Hall on Tneeday aad Thursday ?ventage from 8 till 10o'clock. mar 7- 85 k GEEAT CLAIRVOYANCE. MADAME SWETT. THE CELEBRATED CLAIRTO YANT, Baa arrived la thla Cltv aad takes roc ma at No COS 7rk at., (eppoelte Odd Fellows' .Hall ) where ake la ready ta I receive conanltatlona napoo* 'ting the PAST' PRESENT'! FUTUREand DISEASES "" KT Daring a year's toar la the Pouth ard Woat. Madame PWETT has been consulted by upwards of Ten Tkoufnd Pttient, aad la pre aeaased a an parlor Clairvoyant aad the Wendsr of the Age. Terms a/ Con*eItmti<m ?Ladlaa, SI; Bentle ? en.Sl fob 84-lme Wants. WANTED-A YODNO AND AC White Boy, a boat id or or 16 yean to attend la aa ice Cream Salooa Good W WANTED?A STEADY GEBMAN MAN to drive a Hone, aad do other work To a maa conatnnt work aad pad wagea will ta law- Apply to J FUSPELL, coraer itth aad mar id 8t* ACTIVE o* ?? recom meadatlon required. Inquire at thla oftce. mar 14-gta WANTED?A GOOD COOK APPLY AT W H B1WCB '8 Livery S able_ mar IS tf ANTED?A MAN TO WOBK AND manage a small Farm aa* Eltohen Garden e<ar the city Apply at L MURPH Y'8 Haraeaa Making Eatabllshment, 13th afreet, one door north or the avenue, from 3 to 6 o'clock p. m mar li lt* WANTED ?A GARDENKK. ? A BINGL* Man. Apply nt the Cemetery, Georg< ? town. mar 13-lar* WANTED.?A BESPECTABLE YOUNG Woman aa Nane aad to do Cbambeiwork. Oae well qualified will find a permanent place Apply to Mn A. K PERRY. F street, betweea 6tn and 7th, adjoining Onlen Row naar 13 3t C*HIRT MAKERS WANTED -Good piala ^ Sewen wanted immediate'y, to whom ^ood wagaa will be given* on application at theSewtr* Rooms, on D street, two coon from comer cf 9*i street None but good eewere aeed apply. mar 18-3t* WANTED V PURCHASE.-A MODERN atyle Brlcl Houae, containing aboot el. bt r Joma. Addreea Box No. 8 Star office, gl?lng lo eatlon and price. mar 18-4t# WANTED ? *5000 CORPORATION Ptotk, for which a good price will be pn'.d mar 18 3t CHUBB BBOTHKRP. WANTED ? A GOOD UOUSK-KEbPLt who can come well recommend?d. A 1m. a Chamberaaald, either white or colored, can at tain permanent attuatlons by apnlvlng at No f Louisiana avenue, between aad 6th ^treats, mir 18-St* WANTED ?A WOMAN TO COOK, Wask, aad Iron lor a family reetdlag three mile* la the country To oae with eatlafaetory refW'B oea, good wagee will be given A pp y for thm daya at No. S39 B atreet, between n h and atreeta mar l?-3t TWO OB THREE SALESWOMEN WAN TED ?Inqnlreof Mr. M W1LLIAN. Mar ket Space, No 32, between 7th aad 6th streets. mar i?.3t TEACHER WANTED ?APPLICATION lB the handwriting of the applicant wl 1 be re ceived by the nadenlgnrd until the lfrth Inst-, for the situation ef assistant Teacher In the male department of the Georgetown P choc Is Salary Sd90 per annum. mar 16-3t ANTBON Y BYDE. Bit GOOD Shop oa bis owa reaponalbTllty, er work niece work A? ftere la plenty of work now on hand, any good ana steady workmaa will find thla chaaee to hie own advaatage For further particulars laqulre of a L. JENKINS, Union town, D. C, near the Nary Yard Br d^e. mar 1 ?-8f SITUATION WANTED?BY A KESPFC Uble Woman, as Wet Nune ApplyatMrs F ARRELL'P, No 6 Mtoeouil aeantte eorper of 6th street ANTED-ONE OR T W O MEN TO WANTED IMMEDIATELY^?A Wheelrlght, to ttke charge of a S owa reapoaslblllty, er work piece wot* ? ? ?a a? - W Wanted -a good house, bbick, at a low rent, be'.ween 9d and 18th eueets. Mlaeourl avenue and E street. Good yard aad (rood water. 8.0 uto 6,<<P dollan wanted aa Baal Batite Add aea Box 313, Poet Ogee mar 10-lw WANTED?BOTH LADIES AND GEN tlamea, more especially thoee out of employ ment, to leara oae of the moat profitable Aria ao* la the world. It la alao. a very light aid cleas bnalneaa From SI to SS per day caa ha mads at It wiihoat any labcr. Houaeheepen and Boiet keepers will aave much expaaae by learn lag til* grenteat ef dlaooverlea. Caa be learned In 8ve minutes Pale aa perwaneat aa butter For par tkuian add.asa, wlthatamp eaeloetd, to TflOf. B. SYLVESTER, Box m Poet CAae, Weak lagtaaclty, p c. a?r8iw* ANTED ?TUB HIGHEST PBlCfcJ paid la oaah for old Silver,at BOOD*fi8U yar Ware Miiiifctaia). BB Paaa. aveaua, ye ?JL .