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V?. XXIII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 1861. N?. 3,13$.
THfi EVENING STAB 10 PFBLIKHED EVERT AFTERNOON, [BUNDA T KSCEPTXD,) AT THE STAR BUILUINOS, CrwKira FlVV'i AVfSCl AID UTS STBUf. BT w. p. wALLACH. Paper* served without wrapper#,by carriers, It) cents per wet>k; In wrappers at the rate of W per year. To mall subscribers the price Is *5 per year, S3 for fix mouths. Papers procured at the Star office counter, with or without wrapp*ra' Two Oknts kaoh. WIT AprnTtHBmirrs should be sent to the oSc? before V2 o'clock otherwise t^ey may appear notil the next day. AUCTION SALES. ?CTURB OATS. Pv GREEN A WILLI 1M8. Auctioneers. FRAME H0U8E, Wlfn '".RIOS 3\.>~^IBNT S*I> IOJ, OJI NOBTB I STRSCT, KXT TO TS? ?>?< ? KS OK H STAXST WR3T, AT Apctiow .?On TUBS FA* . the 8th Instant, we shall sell io front of *the Stemi^s, at five o'clock p m , a two-story Pram* mse^ with Brick Bas^m-nt. with the Lot on whlca it s'snds, being part of original lot Mo. 3. in squire No. #>i. This property naa a front of 20 fret on rorth I, between 7th and 8th streets west, and *f xt to ;he corne of 8th street, running back 88 fret. Terms one-hslfcash: ' alanee In 6 and K months, for not<s bearing interact; a deed giren, and a deed of trust taken. all conveyance, stamps, at cost of par* * d GREEN & WILLIAMS, Auats._ Ly THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer. Ge""setown. 11. G yTTSVYKTASrEAVD O-MIRABIE ""1L'> ' i>r. I -> s i?r fJrO?n*T'>w<? XT AOCTt If ? ">"? 'i I'tifL AY A !f i !t f-O'JN Mare>i 8"'() 1S-P. at .1 o r e- p tr> , i will'tells'. Peblin Auction, it) fr^nt of tUe. p>tmi??e, part of Lot No *9 in 01<1 lovi.. f.ovti.:g fO feei.un nor'h side of Brid.?' 7'rrrt, bftwppn Market zr.4 Frederic* streets, anl ruesi&g back l?a feet. A 1.30, Micd> part of earns Lot fronting V frst on tha frciUt .* ?i4e r' Prospect street, b?f<r?eu M?rk-t ard ?redfcri:k streets, and running back 110 iett. ALSO. North rart cf * am? Lot frontirg 60 feet on the north side of Prospect street, betwsea Market and Prospect street*, running back 99 feet. ALSO. Imireciate'y after tbe abovo, Lot No. 44. in B'at*y pr>d 11 awaits addition to Gc-riretown. fronting ISO feet on thr west sitfe cf Frederick street, at>ove Bithth street, and running ba5k 15! feet. T?rrcsMie third cash; balance in six aud tnrtive mcxlL*-, sreured by a deed of trust on the property. All ccr.vtyancirg and stamps a; the oast of the pnrcbas< r Ti*le indisputable. m'n2 d THQ8. COWLING' , A net. BvJ. O. McGUIRZ A CO.. A JCtiooeers. rkRSlRABLB RESIDENCE. CORN ?3 OP MJ PIXTH A?D D 6TRKSTS, I8LAHD, AT PrBLlO t-ALK.?By virtue of a decree of the Orphan' Court cf the District of Columbia, confirmed by tbacupj-me Court of the United States, I shall ?ell, on FRIDAY AFTERNOON. March 25. at fonr o clock, on tbe premises, the following described Taiuabie Real Estate, belonging to the estate of tb? late Ilsnecn Barnes. viz : Lot numbered twenty-one (21) in Todd and Gun n? It's sub-diviMOu cf 8qnare numbered four hun dred atd sixtyfive (465), fronting IS feet and <J inches on Sixth ptreet west, at the corner of 8 >uth D (trret, Jslaiid. a- ri running back IV' feet to a IS foot alley, improved by a bands?ma and well bailt two itory and attic frame dwelling, with ba;k tn'Hirc, etab?iDg. <kr. Terms one bait cash. th? remainder in six and tvtf iye it ontiis. vrith interest from day of sal?, the d?frrr>d p?yment8to be secured by the notas or tonos of tbe purchaser, witn a surotv or surt'tits, t* be auprov-.a by tte trustee On a r vtiftcatioa r.f tbe rales by tte court ar d a p^ymeot of the whole y rcbj.se Tnccey '.he trustee will convey the%roper tr tr tb? pnrcbacer in fee sitpp'e. Conv yaucee and s+scps *t the cost of tbe cur cb^'e-. JCSIAH SIMPSON. Trustee. mhfltu'hid 8t J. O. MoGClRB A CO.. Aacts ^OVBRHaBNT 8 A L B . iM?TT BABRKL3 ! BMITT BARR1L3!! Will be sold ?t Public Auction, at S^xth >tr^*t wh*rf Washington. D. C , oa WJtDNKSlJAY, March 9tb. at 11 o'clock a. m. J ' JfiJtirpty Pork Ba:relfl, t41 '? CoTefe " (heavy.) J8? '? Bice " 12? " AVtiskey '? i?3 " Vinegar " 15S " Hatr> and Mo'a=ses Barrels. Terms catb, in Goverument funds. 3. BELL i"V 9td L'.tut Col acd O. 8. ^jALJb.Oi- CuKL>i.MNJsD HOH-ibs ASl> MULES. "ICE, ) H<IM, S 'it, 1^54 \ ClillF QCAITKHMASTR's OFFICE, Depot af iVn^hniki Washington, u. C , Feb Vt, , Will be sold at public austion at tbe Corrals near ths Obs.-rv*tor- tn tii- city ot WaVainv^tn. D C . cn MEDNEiUAY, Marca 9, 1 ;5?, and on WEDNESDAY. March 2.3, I&4, a lo* of BOSSES AND MULES, coudamicd an unfit fi-r r.ublic ssrvica. Sales to eoar^me^en at lOo'clrck a. /a. Tejms cash in Govemraenf fiina?. D H. KCCKER. ^r'K Gen. sad Chief tin* "tei master, fe -* ?'! _ _ D'1 at of Wita-.init|on. RUCTION tALB Ot'C03iD3MNSD IEi~ War Dbpaktvkxt, C*ViLpy Boxeao, ) '?fftre of Clurf CjiMtrrer /n"jter. J *c?mk "as-kntVoH, D. C.. tVb 13 l.-?4 S "111 be >;o!<j a: pu-!;c au -eoni t > tbe big -it bii aer.at ih*- p!acns aad dat<*) mn'd belo*. riz ? At Bri(IIin, t>ui a.. jtk Uorso . F'id.iv, 4!h March At; nilliaajsport. feiina., 3 0 Uo-ses, Tcajday, 8th Murih ' At Aitoota, Penna , 330 Horses, Friday, llth Marco. wA.4 N/w Brunswick, 31. J., 300 Hordes. Tueslay 16th March. At Bastoa, Penua., 300 Horses, Friday, 18th BiMCo. At Newark, N. J., 300 Horses, Tuesday, 224 March. At Lebanon, Penna., 3C0 Horses, Friday. 25th M&} ch At Wilketb&rre, PeanA.,300 Horsef^uefday,29th March. Tb?-?e nor?es have been ccndemnsd as unBt for the Cavalry r#rviee of the Cnit?d States Army. For road and farm purposes many good bargains may- be bad. Ho sea will be sold singly. Sales to begin at 10 a. m., and continue daily till all are sold Terms cash, in United Etates Treasury Notes only JAMB3 A. XK1N, fel9 34t Chief Quartermaster, Cavalry Bureau. jay COOK E ?fe CO., BANKERS, AID Dealers la Government Securities, R#.^52 Fifteenth Street. WB BUY AND SBLL, AT MARKBT RATB3, C. S. FIVE-TWENTY BONDS, which are no longer issued by the Treasury to subscribers, the whole amount authorised haying been taken. ALSO U. 8. SIX PER CENT BONDS OF 1991, SEVEN-THIRTY TREASURY NOTBS, FIVE PER CENT. LEGAL TENDER NOTBS, CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS, COIN, CURRENCY, AND BXCHANGB. We pay the highest prices for ARMY AND NAVY VOUCHERS AKD QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATE CHECKS. le 4-dtt JAJf COOKE & CO. JMPORTANT TO FEMALfld. OR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS. The ingredient* is theso Pills is the result ef a long and extensive practice, mild in their opera tion and sure to oorrect all irregularities. Painful menstruations, asMoyipf) all OBflTmcoriojo, whether from cola er otherwise, headache, pain in the aide, palpitation of the heart, whites, ail ner ?oua affections, hysterics, disturbed sleep, whiok arises from interruptions of nature. DR. CHEESEMAN ^ PILLS Aro a positive remedy for all coiapiaints peculiar toI*DCOINO with certainty fsbiodioal aionLABiTT. Explicit directions, stating when they should ?ot bi cssd, with es^h box Prici one dollar. WKuId by all Druggists. HUTCH1NG8& HiLLYBR, Proprietors ??1 Cedar street. New York City Bold by 8. C FORD, 5192 Pa. avenue. mst ecSva PATTEN'd CAVALRY DRILL, $0 26 Outpctt ard ratrol Duty, with the Skirmish A?riil :or uicuBted Troops ^0.25. McClellan's Euroyau Cavalry. ^1.25. MeCl?'lan's U. 8. Cavalry iu Time of War, #1 50 ^Nojaa'e Uhtory and Tactics of Cavalry, London; Nolan on Cava'ry Horses, 91 60. U.S. Cavalry Tactics?i vols. S3 50. Cooke's Handy Bock for U. 8. Cavalry, $0.25, Cooke'a i ava. ry Tactics?2 vols SIS>. Ainlce's CavalryMar.nal?Loacon. $ 175. liiiuth ^ava!ry liegol&tious? Lonaon, 34 lirit^h Yeomanry R gulations?London SI 5). ^Roamer a ii .story asg management of Cavalry, Turner on Training Yoncg Horses?London, Jl, "??o-Lovel. oa Outposts, Patrols. Ac. S'. Rtiu s Cavalry Catechism?Lr>ndoa, S'2 fiO., f?M FRAMCK TAYLOR. rjpo1 THIS MUSICAL POBLIO.-J. M. 8TIBP, *5n.PUao TnttJ ?P'1 X* pairer, would rcspsot Jj. announce to bis friends aad the musicalifiul ^Mlf ?nera)W that by leaving their orders11^ pli!!) 8 Drug Store, corner of i clarified cider 1 ' * \ CLARIFIED CIDBs ! I barsjuftweeiysd per bark Bay State, and an ?ally expecting per schooners Martha aai Fi?in? l>ragon U,ge supplies of Prime 0!8e? M m to V>.ieh I invite the atteution of all ?3r,oaO?' want oi a goo?i ax Ode ^ l*w^ri??. F"?al iM ??.. tc?r,.r4Tfc'^n.p. PERSONAL. Mat}. WB1N IS OURING HOPELESS CASES OK D18EA8B Br Magnetism aui t EiectriOity, whed all other treatmoat fai's. OaII and Bee tea time niai? at 115 H street, Washington. mh 3 lm* ADISB, ONLY LOOK AT THIS I?We a-eaow j prepared to do any kind of Embroider r by skil ful on each terms that cannot fall to *atlsfy. Wo <*o ycur Stamping in elegant style, and no botrhin*, and wish it to bu undt>rst>od that we ?re not com ected with any other place of the kind in the city. vrbere Stamping Is advertised. t^Oar place In 3*1 F street, opposi'e the PatentOffloe jm Look oat that yon do not mistake the street. We daily receive new Pattern* for Braid and E'nbroi dery Ju*t out, and stamp yoar goods while you wait Machine Stitching neatly done. fe IS DR. DABBY May be oonsulted confidentially, at 492 Seventh street. bttweei* J> and 1, near Odd-Feilows' Ball, Washington D. C. J?~Hontrable and atisistiflc treatment guaran tied , - fo 6 l-a* MBK. L. SMITH?AS EXCELLENT OLAIR vojantand Test Medium, .ISO I street, de scribe* and communicates with sp'rit friends, sees living friei.de at a distance, tills their character, fets names, examines diseases perfectly. magna i(>es, reads ttie future. Hours from i<> am till 8 p.m. Sittings gl. fe8 4w* PMBDfUAL. SRSON8 Suffering with Syphilis. Gonorrhoea. Gleet, Seminal Weakness, or Private Diteases of any description, should call immediately upon DR DAVIS. Female Dlsenes trevted in the molt sci&ntiflo and suieefsful runrer. The Doctor's Diploma hangs in his office. A cure guarantied. Fees moderate. DR. DAVI3. 45S 7th street,opposite Fost OSUe, dp?o Room 93 up stairs DENTISTRY. QBEAT DI8C0VEBY IN DSNTISTRY. Tt*tk ?xtraittd vhthout Pain with th* Muhriti <J OTVf?n. I would advise all persons having teeth to ex traot to call at Dr. LEWIS'S office, and haTe them taaec out by this nsw,.^ and harmless procewr. Also call acd -l fxamire the IJocter's new atd im proved method of Inserting Art!??cij.l Teeth. If you once 'ieo the great improvement in h;s teeth you will have them in no other sty's than this new and valuable ona. No. 242 Pa. arsci:?. butwen >I?h %cd }3th streets uo 13 ?. B LEWIE. M. P.. Peatiat. \ ? 1JB E T tl ? i?I . LOOMI8, M. I),, the levrntor and Patentee of the MINERAL PLaTS TSMTH. at tar.ds tteraonally s,t his office in tbls'i^^ city, al&ny persons can wear these teeth who caunot wear others, and do person can wear others woo cannot wew thesa. Persons calling at my off e can be accommodated with aty clyie and price of Teeth thev may desire, Out to those who are particular and wish thfl pared, cleanest, strongest, aod most par'wfe" <1??itnre ?hat ert can produce, the MINERAL PLATB will be more tuilyjrarranted. Rooms in this city?No. as* PennjylTacia avenue between 9th and ICth streets. Also, 207 Arch st , Philadelphia. merely PAPERHANGlNGrf, Ac. PAI'ilKll A1<G1NG8 AND WINDOW SHADR8. J. L KIDWFLL wovld re'pictl'uliy inform his friends ard tte public generally that he has now cc bat-d a wel' se.acted assortment of WALL PA P> RS ar d WINDOW BHADSS suitable f >r parlors, halls, dininsr room'', frn Also on baud, F1R8 BOAKD PMNT<<. PAPER CTTKTAlNrf. OOBD TA88J LS, Jcc . all of ^hich h>> is p ep%rt-d to sell at rtie lowest cash prices All papers hung in th* city or couctry by exp rieneed workmen at short tiot!>e. Remember the place?No.^5(?7 D street, Eear 9th street, in Frsnklit- Hall BafSding ]4N2a JQR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHBRRY. DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHEERY. db. wistar's balsam of wild cherry. DB. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. DR. WISTAR'S BALSAM CF WILD CHERRY. OKE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR COUGHS, COLDS, WHOOPING COUGH, BRON CHITIS, DIFFICULTY OF BREATHING, ASTHMA, HOARSENESS, SORE THROAT, CROUP, AND EVERY AFFECTION OF TUK THROAT, LUNGS. AND CHEST. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY Dots net dry vp a cough and leave the seeds of con sumption in the system, but loosens it and cleanses the lunns of all impurities. From C. A. BANNVART. Druggist. Harrisburo, April 26,18C0. " If my testimony can add to the popularity of Wi8tir'8 Balsam ofWii.d Cherry for coughs colds, and pulmonary affections, I cheerfully grant yon the use of my name, as its efficacy was fairly te?t?d in my own case a little over a year ago?a bottle of i^ having cured me of a severe Cough and Fneumonia. which I then contracted." The genuine always bears the signature of "I. BUTTS." For sale by . J.P DINSMORE, No. 491 Broadway, New York. 8. W. FOWLE ft CO., No. 18 Tremont street, Boston. And by all Druggists. fe 20-law9t IN JEW YORK AND WASHINGTON STEAMSHIP COMPANY, The Screw Steamships BALTIMORE, SALVOR, EMPIRE, JAMES S. GREEN, AND FAIRBANKS ecmpofe the line of this company, leaving foot Wall street. Few York, and foot High street, Georgetown, averv Wednesday and Saturday. MORGAN tc RB IN KH ART, Agta , fe 26-im Foot High st.. Georgatowa. Forest wine bitters, F0REvT WINE HITTERS. FOREST WINE BITTERS, FOREST WINE BITTERS. Equal to any other bitterB ia the country. Fcr aale by BILEY A. SHINN, No. 57 Greene street, fe2 lm Georgetown, P. 0 pBOV?8SOR ALEX. W0L0W3KI.HAB THE A honor to aiBonsu that in compliance >Efr with the general rtquestof his friends aultfiOl pupils, ?iil give cce mere and positively laitTisf* course ot inspection ia Finging and the Piano ? nlu' y kis ?ew and entirely original method. All those who desire t > become fine, sinaers oe ex cellent performers can avail themselves of this la?t opportnaity by applying *t his residenoe. No. 316 F a treat, corneroi litb st. le 18 lm C^fcTABLiBHED lhoO ?*ion nnn? i 1***0 HERZBERO A SON. 0-0,000 to loan in all* u vb on Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, fcliver Ware. Lad'es' and Q; nla' yitfv Wearing Ac pat el. an<i for the ptrrrose of C^A enlaramg cur buHness. we have erected 4 di*%StSre. ^5'a.f ?? ou?eW 'wuWUked^utid. .at-.; ^JONIT! MONEYI MONITi M. K. WALSH & CO , ' LICENSED PA VrNBROITERS, No. SS 9 C iUfet, between 9th and loth aw.; 71 Near the Varieties. ' JSsa.r'zaa'a ' f. . ? ;?? ??, ' , ? 't si* * 3'* u ?: | q BOARDING. 1>LBA8ANT BOOMS^ W?TH^1?0CAN B1 i. baa at A17 Seventeenth St., between tse Are cue and H gt. mh 4 3t* BOARDING ? G.od Board and aleataat Roam* can be secured at No. a I si Bridge st., George town. cear Frederick street. The bouse has ade Hgbtful location, mat ins it a Terr deairablr resi dence for spring and summer. mh 4-3t* OOABDING.?A large acd cheerful second s^ory JL? Front Boom *o 'et, |rith excellent Boatd. ft the neighborhood of th ? War and Nary Depart ments. Apply at No. 395 Eighteenth st? btt. F and n sts. r>h 4 2c* M* AND BnAT*l*7?NT)TAHLlBOABDSB8 attb? aooommodatod.it437 K Street b9t*?an 6 ana ith mhl-eo3t* j\i ? t-?.ftiv'bSu HOOMH.A* O BOABD? 11 for gent!en er; also a fet? Table Boarders can be accon modatel by applying at 411 Thirteenth street. btt. Q and H fa 8 lm* . OTIC*.?On and after Monday next, 0. G."tU TIXU will be prepared to receive tegular Tahie Rosrders at 87 yer week j% 14-tf R?S GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS onouncs to too i that he f>jL r laOfes. jM r. March#** m wiiiuJa, MARINI'S DANCING AClOBMY. Unios Hotkt., Georgetown. Prof, MAR1NI bas the honor to announce to tho ladies and gentlemen of Ueorgetown that-he ?ill comiuttoe a new qnaiter for misses and masters on Wednesday. 9th. Daring tHs quarter Mr ! prepare his pupils for bis Grand Floral May litU. A gentlemen's class will commenco cn Welnesday, March 9th, !8<U. Days and honrsof tuition for ladies, misses and casters. Wednesday and Satan'ay from 3 to 5 p m. For gentlemen, Wednesday and Saturday from 8 t> W?'. m. For particulars apply ?t the aealemy dirlng school hours. mh 3 Jw*_ Qi5R?i^5wFlDT0.),FI8H WHARF FOB Matob'b Offick, / Georgetown, D. C., Feb 21, 18i>4.S Sealed Proposal to rent the Fish Wharf in this towr will be received at this office nntil Thurs day tae lGtb day of March next, frr one year from tbat date Terms cash fehould any repairs ho needed the expenro will have to be paid by tho party by whom tho wharf may be rented. fo 24 td HENRY ADDI80W, Mayor. , Recruits "Wanted TO FILL TUB QUOTA OF THB DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, BOUNTY FOR YK7IRANB, $225 of which will be paid in ndvancs. BOUNTY FOR NBW RECRUITS. ?4f58, of which will be paid in advanci BOUNTY sORCOLORED RJXIiUlTS, *M?SO, Faid in advance. P5RP0N3 WISHING TO ENLIST W:a apply to any of the following ?>5CRUITLNG 0FFIC5U3: H 'J, BABBa. Bpg.ua Ud.11, near tho M>;rk?t, on Pennsylvania *venne, between Seventh and Ninth street*. * J. 0. HYDJ, Corner of Fourteenth and New York avenue. 0. A. KEASHEY, EL street, near corner of Nineteenth and Pcnn "ylvania avanue. J. 0. PARKSR, Corner of High and Dunbarton streets, Gdcrge town. C. 0. L4.NGLEY, Navy Yard Bridge, has been appointed Reoruiting Officer. HBNRY A. 8CH3BTZ, Captain and Provost Marshal, J 18-tf District of Oolarabia. COAL '.?COAL COAL ! AND WOOD '.?WOOD!?WOOD! I have jnst received bilis of lading for tiro car goes of Tory superior RED ASH COAL, which will arrive this week I will soil it at a small advance if taken direct from the vessel, I have now on hand OAK, PINB AND HICKORY WOOD, and all kinda of COAL at the lowest market prices. H. CLAY 8TBWABT, 8ucceisor to Warder A Stewart, mh 2-lw* corner H and 12th sts. WOOD, WOOD, WOOD! COAL! COAL! COAL! KINDLING AND STOVE WOOD / On hand, tko boat quality of all kind) of WOOD AND COAL. WOOD 8AW1D AND SPLIT in any lenghth or site required. COAL HOUSXD, well screened and prepared and sold at loir ratee. ?GTCash at offico when ordered. AT G A L T ? S , OrFIOE?882 Penbstlva?ia Atekck, between ilth a ad 12th sts. Mill and Yard?Foot of Xlth strut. ft 27-tf [Republican.] f^TOTlCB OF DISSOLUTION. The 6rm of Wardkr & Stewart ia this dty dis solved. All persons having claims against said lirm will present them to me, who is authorized to ure the nam'; of the firm in settlement of all olaima. Persons indebtel to ibe hrm are requested to settle atocco. H CLAY STB WART, Successor to Warder A Stewart, mh 1 lw* oorner H and 12th sts. JOSEPH REYNOLDS & CO., PLUMBERS, OAS, AND STEAM FITTERS, No. 500 Nimh Street, near avenue. Have Jnst received, and will constantly keep on nana, the largest and beat assortment in the city of Chandeliers, Brackets, Drop Lights, Portables, Ulass Globes, mica and other Shades, and all arti oles in this line from the best establishments in New York, Philadelphia Ac., which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. Also, RANGES, FURNACES, and Fire-Board Stoves. W e are prepared to furnish the best RANGE in nse anywhere, on vers; reasonable terms. Hotels, Restaurants, &c., are invit?d to call. We do all kinds of GA8 and STEAM fittings promptly and cheap, j?h also everything in tho TLLMBING line in tbe most satisfactory manner Call and see our Bathing Tubs, Fountains WateV Closets, Wash-stands, Bamus. 4e., & e., at No 500 Nint !i street, near Pennsylvania avenue, the largest establishment in tbe city. fe 2-eotf 8/U)A LBS. PUTNAM'S H0R8B NAILS. ,UlJU 0,000 LBS. TOB CORK 8TMML . FILES. RASrS, &o., &o. ' Also a very heavy stock of? BU1LDBR8' HOUHJCKURHI8HING AND MANUFACTURING HABDWArS. Wholesale and Retail. 3 P BARTHOLOW. 65b Seventh stroet, between Pe&n. avenue and Oanal. fs 25-ooflt , Washington. D. O. GEEAT BARGAIN. ?a New Grand 8q?art PIANO FORT*, four large. corner?^ii: large serpentine ?ouldi?i?v elegantly-MMfe carved lees, ?U5.}M &>r a<jejby a gentlo-rrr mil of 1?B. AlfO om# of Gftorgo A Prinoa's nmm ?pie no id MBL0DBCN8. Borfteen 1 and 2 o'oloak t-m |w 1 I8HIN , **?> f _? AMUSEMENTS. FORD'S NEW THEATER, TENTH STREET, ABOVE PENNSYLVANIA AV. FOURTH APPEARANCE _? or tuk ; UNRIVALED COMEDIAN, _. , MR J. 8. OLARKB. w<3K?J*rron?ai?cta a?e rifihtlir hailed with 8HOUTB OP LAUGHTER AND APPLAUSE. Me Will tppf *r ?? THIS EVENING, Much 5. 1854. IN THREE MIKTH PROVOKING PIE318, icicmencing with the Petite Cowed* of w .... THE PAT BOT. d,l?Te- - -Mr. J 8. Clarke ? w ^arbul0D~ ?....Mr, H B. Phillips ? ... 5 followed by a Comic Drama, in ona act, autitka HE'8 JACK SI1EPPARD. Bmon Porstoy,/ . ., T _ _ Jack Sbrapird,! * Mr. J. 8 C is: ke To ;oncrade with the Faroe of ? MY NBIGHSOR'8 WIFB Mr Brown... _ Mr. J. 8 Clarke in rehearsal, BuckstoseV celebrated comely of To conclude with the Faroe of neighbor's uckitoieV c*-ie. LEAP ?JS\R! PRICK8 or ADMISSION, Drees C.rcle and Pa.-qne tu an cpu?b O ci>?;?tra and Balcony Chairs 75 cents family Circle 25 ceat* QROVER S THEATEtl, Pennrylvama Avenue, near Willards' Quel. LKONi*nfjEOT*a Director Alto of the New Chestnnt at. Theater, Piiila, THIS (Saturday) EVENING, Ma:c^ 5, 1864. Last night of the present bri.liant eafcigymout of the eminent American Tragedian. MR AD WIN bjUXH. And last time of Sbakapeare's Grand Mili'.&ry Tragedy, RICHARD III. Presented with ore of -.he mcst powerful east* of cr aracteis aver given to the play. New Ocatnmes, of We most oorrect patterns from imported colored plates. Weapons Armors Ahieiiia. Helmets and the numerous details of the snott elaborate and strictly correct characters m?e.^^'.ScePe, ?> 8trofl? ard Smith Terr'flc and Ji.Hyr to hand Combat batweea Richard and Biebmon'l. . RICHARD III PRESENTS Mr. Edwin Booih as Richard III Mr. Ohailes tfarron as. Birlof Ri:hmond IMPORT AWT NOTICE Manager Grover talies s?e;i\! pl->a?ure in an nouncing that at eons derabie expanse ha hassuo eeedtd in effecting a re eosasement with Mr El f in Booth (or the express purpose of produ-iD? his famous pley of THE FOOL'S RBVENGE! Which is to ha presented on Monday eynniag, March 7, with the most elaborate sr.auge nent or characters, costomes, s>nerv, properties \o Ttia re engagement is most positively limited to s 1 n<ghta VARIETIES! VARIETIES laosTiNO Pan*. Atfitjb xyry jfIH-a p/fS EFTIRB CHARGE OF BTLT?. ALL THAT 18 NSW DJRIHG T?1H CURRENT WEEK AT THIfe GUEAT MUB10 H\LL First eight of MI88 KITTY LB3, Second w*ek o* MIStj MAGGIE VgRNON. Last six nignts of the popular artistes, BLIZA FLORENCE atd M0N8. BAITI3TIN. Uriiiia't tiiumclm of the two favorites. MAGOTB FRTKL.nd LINA W r N DHL ' AND OVER TWENTY ARTISTJ. For 1 snit s see PofUra ami B'lis bOKGH, DANCES. MIRTH, WIT, HUMOR, BALLETS, PANTOMIMES, DRAMAS, At!D FARCB8 WEDNB8DAY AFTERNOON LADIJCd' MATINBB. In preparation, Fitz Binimona'new copyrighted Praira. h e author of o r^r twenty su^ceWai ?l*vs P5; f"rn>td in this city. This now loca.1 and graphic drama is antiti*<l F5MALE PICKPOCKET OF WASHINGTON. A Drsmatic Panorama of the instda and outside of tbb hi^h and low life in th* Capi?ai. Prices, 50 and 25 cents. Pivace Boxes, 8^ fa 23 CANTERBURY HALL, MUSIC t CANTERBURY, t AKB HALL jCANTERBURY f 1RMX73Z Louisuxa Atlxci, *?aar of National a id Metropolitan Gsoaaa Lba~?. JProprietor MORB~STARg! IRE^H ACCESSION OF TALENT ! DORA DAWEON, The Celebrated Double-Voiced Singer, Pint ap3earance in Washington of the unrira'.ed Pantomimict9 and Gymnasts, the BANDFORD TROUPE. M'LLB MEDIA, Premier Dsoseu^e from the Parisian Theaters. The Grand Ballet Troupe in the Chinese Ballet, K I M-K A. THB GREAT DRAMATIC AND OLIO COMPANY In an entire change of programme. Door* open at a quarter to 7; performance at a quarter before S o clock. Admission 33 and *0 eta. POPULAR family MATINEE t t *Y*RT SATURDAY AFTERNOON, *V2 at prices for ladies and children fe & 6t WILLARDS' HALL, EYERY RIGHT THIS WEEK! MYSTERIOUS DISPLAYS! INCOMPREHENSIBLE DBM0N8TRATI0XS! US STARTLING WONDERS I in presence of the CELEBRATED DAVENPORT BR0T3E^81 Go and see the greatest wonder aver witnessed since the days of the Apoities. Doors open at 7 o'clock, commencing at 7X. Admission 50 cent*. fe 29 6t* 0, W, BOTKLBR. JSO. W. BOT1LBR. V. W. BOTELER k SON, JMPORTBHS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN CHINA, GLASS, AND CROCKERY WARE. TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER-PLATEB WARE, BRITTANIA WARE, BLOCK TIN GOODS, TIN CHAMBER SETS, COAL OIL LAMPS, JAPANNED WAITERS, DOOR MATT8, FEATHER DUSTERS, BRUSHBS, WOOD WARE, AND HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES GENERALLY. *7- HOUSES, .HOTBL8, AND STEAMBOATS FURNISHED AT 8HORT NOTICE. ? 318, IRON HALL, PENNSYLVANIA ANENUE, fe 17-cogm Between 9th and 10th sts. J^ROCKVILLE ACADEMY, A HOME SCHOOL FOB BOYS, Who are received at any time, and charted from date of entr&nco. Address t> V *? BURNS, LrookeyJUe, Montgomery county, fe tf-eolm Maryland. ]\1 A*1 P?* F9B BAL* ,AT GEI88ORO POINT, ? A kL ?t cr T#ERel load, at low rates. Io.ukJ U'DC OH JDftQCl ?SrCapuinB of Tessels deeirinff return freight ?R* N K?? Tv *"? o 9^ ?TAIN JO?. L* FRANKLIN at thu r6w wJjarf, Grifibtiro' or nf ^TTIBON^ & 80HELLINGBjfc, 330 B street. SUTLERS, ATTENTION 100 hose* OASHLjf SOA P?' 1BSAT SACRIFICE !8 BILLING Oall at No. 2A&p?an. vt, k*t llth and i f*g 1#* TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHER HIGHLY IHFOAIAEir Hi* WW. Gen. Sherman Heard ?"r*?n? Official Dis patches from liiai >u the Far. 1 CAiito, March 3.'? A rumor comes from Vicksburg by tb? steamer MiJsiss'lrp;, from ISeir Orleans, tbat Sherman, harirc returned from Mbriciau, had go?e in ?he direction aud ?was within forty miles cf Mobile. No dales | arc given, and the report canuot be traced to any reliable source. Adjutant General Thomas ler.ve 3here to-d ly for Mtmphis. | Caiko, Mardi i.?Wiien Sherman was at a point twelve miles vfst cf Meridian, r-o the I 11th nit., he sent p::rt of his force. to Svima, m t back to Meridian, reported. I,a<?t night's despatches, Ircm wbioh this information wis derived, being official, settjk the question *3 to Sherman's occnpat on of S?)ma. Th?j,raiiraad between Jackson axsdMeridian hrxz, fcaen waol ly destroyed. The l4'? at advisee are t'oat pfw t of Sh rrasn's forces are s ill at istlrru.; Ui? remainder hare f&lleu'back to Me?iSn. CftrcururATi, MiSeh A despatch from Cairo slu'es that whetl tnerteamer .'dicsusippi, on her way up, arrived at Vicksburg, a geutie mac, formerly captain of the steamboat Scot land, had just came in from Mobile, having escaped from the rebels, into whose ariny he bad b^en conscripted, who says that when he If-ft Mobile Sherman was within forty miles of that place, and could easily take it if he t.esired. Mobile papers of the ibtli nit give no later news than that already published. Terrible Explo*>?on at Quebec. Montreal, March 4.?A fearful explosion ofthe laboratory connected wich the military magazine at ciuthec occurred to-day at noon. Captain Mahon ar.d thirteen privates were preparing cartridges at the time. The build ing was completely biown up, and the slio~k was terrific. * Alpioetfevery house in the upper town was shaken Irom top to bottom. The windows and interior pariition? of the stores from St. John's gate to Palace street were smashed, and a great many valuable goods thrown into the street. Tt e ruins oi thf laboratory tOwk fire, and are still burning in close proximity toa large pow der magazine. Captain Mahon and two others have been taken out of the rnius alive. From ten to twelve are missing. From Port Royal? Heavy Tiring Heard * Oif Charleston. , New York, March -l.?T'ie steamer Thame?, from Port Royal on the ifcth, arrived this eve nirg, with 3,300 bags of cotton She pas?e 1 Charleston harbor a' 10 o'clock on the evening oi the iStb, aud heard fe^avy tiring. The steamer Araco was detained at Port , Royal, aild would wait till March 1 for the re turn of fjen. Gillmore Irom Florida t ) take on despatches to the Government. The steamer Louisa Moore. Irom Newbern on the 1st, arrived tills evenirfg. Newspaper (Hiuc Ruldied?One Man Killed and two Soldiers Wounlrd. CtitciwtfATi, Mt/ch 3.?Tha Empire c tflr-e, at Imjton, w as com/letetely ri.laled to-day by j tome soldiers of the ilth Ohio. la a melee i tbat occurred enortly afterwards, one man was killed and two soldiers wounded. The ' home guards were called out to suppress the disorder. Arrival of Parson Brownlow?Departure of Veterans for the Front. Louisville, March 3.?P*rwn Brownlow arrived here to-night on the Nashvillo train. He has been very sick, but is convalescent. Veteran soldiers at the rate of 3,<t'0 per day are passing thtongh here far the front. Death of Kev. Thomas Starr King. San Francisco, March 4.?-The Rev. Thos. Starr King died at 8 o'clock this morniug after a biief iliness of diptheria. OFFICIAL. Department op State, ) Washington, March 1, 18(14. J This Departmi ut has received from Mr. (J. S Ogden, the Ct nsui of the United States at'Ciue bee, "the Canadian Tariff, now in force,"' which is printed for general inlormation. The Canadian Tariff, 1"?G2. auticle9. Specific Duties.?25 cents per gall.?Whiskey. 10 cents per gallon.?Uil?coal, kerosene aud petroleum?distilled, purified, and refined. Specific and Ad Valorem.?3 cents per lb. and 10 per cent.?Coffee green. 3 cents per lb. aud 30 per cent.?Coffee, ground or roasted. 3 cents per lb. and 15 per cent.?Confectionery. 3 c-n's per lb. and 15 per cent,?Sugar refined. 2 cents per lb. and 10 per cent?Sugar other thau re fined. 5 cents per pall, and 10 per cent.?Mo lasses. 4 cents per lb. and 15 per cent?T?-a. 100 per cent. ad valorem.?Gin; rum; spirits and strong waters, including spirits of wine and alcohol, and not being whiskey; cordials. 40 per cent, ad valorem.?Cigars. 30 per ccnt. ad valorem.?Ale, beer, and porter, in wood; ale, beer, and porter, in bottles: black ing-, brar.dy; cinnamon, mace, and nutmegs, spices, including ginger, pimento, and pep per?ground; packa es; patent medicines and medicinal preparations, uot otherwise speci fied; snuff; soap; starch; tobacco, manufac tured. ?26 per cent, ad valorem.?Manufactures of leather?Boots and shoes; do. do., harness and saddlery; clothing or wearing apparel, made by hand or sewing machine. '20 per cent, ad valorem.?Bagatelle boards and billiard tables and furnishings; brooms and brushes, of all kinds; cabinet ware or furniture; candles, tallow; candles and tapers, other than tallow; carpets and hearth rugs; carriages; coach and harness lurniture; chandeliers, gi randoles, gas fittings; cbicory; china ware of all kinds; crockery and earthenware; cider; clocks; cocoa and chocolate; cordage; corks; cottouB; dried fruits and nuts of all kinds; drugs, not otherwise specified; essences and perfu mery; lancy goods, viz: Articles embroidered with gold, silver, or other metals; bracelets, braid, &c., made of hair; feathers and llowers, fans and fire screens; gold and silver leaf; mil linery of all kinds; ornaments of bronze, ala baster, terra cotta, cr composition; silver and gold cloth, thread, and other articles embrdi dered with gold, or for embroidering; thread la e and insertions; writing desks, fancy and orna mental cases and boxes; other fancy goods; for eign newspapers; flrewoiks; gunpowder; guts, rifles, and fire-arms of all kinds; glass, plate and silvered; do., stained, painted, or colored; do., ware; hats, caps, and bonnets; hat plush; hay; bops; hosiery inks of all kinds, except printing ink; iron and hardware?cutlery, pol ished, of all sorts; japanned, planished tin, britannia metal ware; spades, shovels, axes, hoes, rakes, forks, and edge tools, scythes and snaiths; spikes, nails, tacks, brads, and sprigs; Etoves and all other iron castings; other; lumber or plank, manufactured; leather?sheep, calf, goat, and chamois skins, dressed; linen; locomo-. live engines and railroad cars; mtcaroni and vermtcilli; mantlepiecesof marble, or imitation of marble; manufactures of marble, or other than rough slabs or blocks; do. of caoutchoue or India rubbej, or of gutta percha; do. of cash mere; do. of fur, or of which fur is principal part; do. of hair;" do. of paper mache; do. of grass, osier, palm leaf straw, whalebone, or willow, not elsewhere specified; do. of bone, shell, horn, pearl, ivory*, do. of gold, silver, or electro-plate, argentine, albata, and German silver, and plated and gilded ware of a!l kinds; do. ol brass ot copper; do. of leather, or mv1*" tlon of leather; do. ol varnish, other than bright and black; do. of wood, not elsewhere speci fied; mowing, reaping and threshing machine s; musical instruments, including musical hnd clocks, m us tar Jh, other macQjnery;oilolotbs; oils, In any way rectified or prepared, not oth er wise specified; opium; packages paints aud colors; paper; paper' hansiflgsr parasol* and umbrellas; playing c#qrd?j pickles and sauces; preserved meats, patfl<rjvph and vegetables* ice.; printed, HthggmphedTSr copper-plate bills, Ac.; advertising pwnph^U: fehaWlt: silks, satin*and velvety wdallen, worsted aud cotton embroideries, and tambour Work; silk Vwiet, and silk and mohair twlsfc spices, In cluding ginger, pimentofWM peppej\nngrouud; stationery; steam-engines, oth?ir thin lo?t>mo tive; small tfajap; tobaeoo pipes', toys; vinegar: win* o* all kip4*? wood; do. in bottles; wool lens. JJitMn wm s * B All ortidea not enumerated as charged with a??d valorem or specific duty, or declared to be Tree of duty, rise subject to a duty or per cent-pd x^Jorem. 1$ per cenLad ?u&nnfe?Book, nap, and pews printing paper. v..~,r if ?<***- ad etform.?Aachcra, 6 owt and trader; books prtatgd, periodicals and pam - A .. t> h ' ?1 I ?, t i THi* excvlient Family anfl irtwa Joanic!, ccutaUliJif a ftealer vtu-jety oX. lii*r?>*!Jnf it*I lag than can be found in iny otbT, is pubH#t? om Friday morning. it liTAiiably oontatna 'be ?*Washington News" that has mad* tht dally tmtia Star cl/onlate so g<n>erally throughout the country. Te**s. Cm.\ irron'aWy fa advanc*. Single copy, per imam.... 81 50 Single copies, in wrappers, Fiva <J**re. f hKtp, editions of which ere priui?<t mC inada; b;a&eUi bar. rod*,br'?heets;br?ssor lopp^r wir* : jill wire clo'hs; tam-os and in ?aic*> real or imitation, whrti set in gold, silver, or oilier metal: ccppet in bar?, rod?, bolts, or sh-eta; c rrrr, bra??, or Iron tnbes and piping wh-a c"r!;v,D; coijLca candle wick; do. yarn an J w?rp; I ? ? gravies and prints; jewesry and w.Ucu-?; i in n?C?i a^a pla es and tiant'd pla es; gil-# ! ^an ied auU sheet; wire, nail, and cpiire r >d;* i l ar. rt d, or hoop: lioop or ti'e for locomiM\>? W JCtli, fPEt and Wfld? d bji.'er plate: Yailr iI. t ars, wr* rght iron chairs and spiice.-": roi'ad pia"e, it ad ta-thtst; li.har?e; io'umotive and emu a uar.es, tiranke, crank axles, railway car 8!" d "loot motive axles, p:g-on rod;, gtiid ? d tliv> bare, CT&nk pins, connecting rods ireps, "har,c, :u d a 1-ueg; medw'm >1 root?; i- ili'K'f: phnsTh?rrs; pinstpr of Paris aad i.y dianlic ?. mcnt, ground ant- calcified; ri d c.<?, ?e*?i, dry; tails, ready made; s.lk ? fj- . u r h-?m. beets, nird shoes *i?-ambj a ? d i t?1 ?> ;?:ts *r>d cranks, f< r?:#d in tic rough; vrr?-\ vbt or e?-st: etrav,Tuscan and gr.i.-s 1< >jry ? iP'ts: efurits of turpo:vint - tiu, grauu :<i d ct.h;.r; wrtc or epeber in sr.set. vt- r.Z owns. .Acids of eveiy U?*crii 'ion exempt vinegar; nlrrf^rn'oi.-l' rI j.n>; ara i.uis;>inci>ors weijrti ikr over (> cwt: ?riirn?!r? vor??-s, Domed car tie, sheep, plae. t-'bf-r a; m*sH>, poultry and fancy birds: antimony; ant* j?ruies. ?otl of^ar po); aiUclcs frr the public uses of Ui? Province; nr'icles for !be use of foreign CousuU; a-li s? > isrl. pc"; b rK, lierrics, nots, nn-l vegetables, wocde aut' drugs, used sobly in dyeing*, bark, tanner &: li.blte, Testaments, Prayer Hook-, ni'd l;evotional Jlooks, and printed books not ?-!s'v here specified; bleaching powders; bi>lt irg cloths; t orax: bookbinders'tDOls and im piticents: bristles- broom corn: bu^ts, casts, acci statues: burr-stor.es and grindstones, wiongbt aud unwroufiht; buti?r; biscuit .*?nd brfao 1rcm rtreat ^titain and B. N. A. Prov ircps; cotxa pabte from do. do. do.; cabinets of coius; cables: iron chain, over \ of an inc'i d/fcmeter; do. hemp and grass; caoutchouc or irdia rubber and gutta percna, unmanutac turtd; carriages and vehi Ies of travelers, is.c., i tu,riii, marir.e or hydranlir, ungroiinj; cigars tor ofiietrt.' mess; cheese; coal and coke; clo h iug an-i aru.b lor Indian nation*; clo;hia< and aims lor military; commissariat and ordnance surt s: coikwood or oaik of the corkwood tree; i0t?on arid flax \v?ste; cotton wool; cream of w-riur, in crystals; diamonds and precious stents; donation*: drriin til?-s for agricultural l urpoi.es; drawings; er.riht, clays, ^and, aud ocLies; ejrgs; em. ry?emery, emery glass, and ai d paper; farming a'ensila a. d iruptpnieiiu, vilier specially imported for encourii^ement ot atncnltnir; lelt hat bod-es ardhatf. lt'-: tl tx, htmp,.and :ow, nndr^ssod; firewood; :ir ? bri k ai.u clay; fUh~--irtah, sal;: iith oil. crude; lisli, \ redacts of. uumanufactiired; iiciiiugn ts and i oir.es, hook.5, lines, and twine ; fruit, gre?n; j lcuit, dried, from United ^'at-s only; furs aud i skins, pnits or tails, undressed; llonr: gra u: ? : barley (except pot aud pearl) aud rye, braa i :.rd thoits, but k v. heat, near and bigg, oit-, beans ai:(l pen.*e, Indian corn, whea", s;igo flou ; me:.I of ib^ atove trains; gerr.s ar.d medals; gltigswaie at d china wan- for officers' mess; i ;-o'(l I eaters' orim moulds and skins; gr, is ? ai.d scraps ..ravels gy psumor pl?ster of fan ground rr or rouml, i>at not calcined; liar Angola, goal, liiibet, Lor:e or mohnr. un.ua i uia< ; l.ioes and ho ns: in< igs- nm < t 1 i aluira; lard; iime, ironi liri:i?h North A.a r; ci n Prov.Dn s only; Manilla grass, sea g a , ar<d mors'-s frr r.ph-,1. t ry purpos-s. m?-?ur maibii in blo< ks or sla'.s, n::p ilsbed; ...e its ? l:esh, smoked, ;anl salt; m>-fiageries?Ho.-sea, , cattlc, carriages, aa'l Uarnes.-es ol; military a id naval stcre?; mwdelb; musical inatrugaen s f ?r military I rncs: aitre or saltxtetxe, oil c;?l:e or linseed cake; oils?c-ocanut, pine and p 'ra?in iheir crude, unrt ctiiiftd, o"r na'nral stau-o;es cf all kini:s of met .Is: osiers or willow, tor t&*ket m,tkci'b use; pa k.i^-s; philosopliicaL inslmmeiits at:d apparatus, gljbcv; pig iron, pi^' lead, and pisr copper: pitch and tar; p iu: a;g itk and printing pre?s^s: rre* n nd jotiu; rice: sailcloth; sal ammoniac, sal s. da, scua ash; salt; scrap brass: seed-, lor a^rtcul u ral, horticultural, or mam fjc urin; par,? >-es only:settler'sgoods;silveror pl.it d ; ar^tor,): licer?' m-?s; sbirV watpr cas'^-1, in nse; ahi;.*H blocks, b.nnicle*lamps, bunting sail cftnva a N^s. 1 toC, companies, corda e, d> aJ ey*, dead lights, c'eck piugc, tlia. kits, the^vos, .tignal lMnps, travelling trucks: speci nens; a ate; 6t<ji.e, ni.wrought; stereo'ype block* fir j rul ing puri osts: sulphur and brimstone: i.iblo 1 i en fcr officers' m> s.-; tallow; t a-els; timber at.u .umbtr ol all sorts, unmai.ufactured: tin ard z.nc or spelter, la blo.ks ir pigs: trees, plants and shruts, bulbs, and roots, treenails; ti rpt Line, other than spirits cf turpentine: to b cco, unmaiiulaciured: type metal, in block3 or pigs; varnish, bright and black, lor sb.i> builcers; vege ables; wines spirits and mult liquore, for officers' mess; wood of all kiucis; wool; ccin and bullion. PKOHJB1TKD AKIICiW. Pooks, drawings, paintings, aiid prints of an immoral or indecent character coin, La^e or counterftit. LC'CALNEW^. Jfeomeht for Dkkkwdaxt.?Yesterday nf. .terday afttrnoon Jus'ice Kinsey was c.i'.ied npon to try a civil case of novel chara;t?*r. V man named Caleb Blake his been for soma time past a visitor at Sarah Austin's, on Sixth street, south of Pennsylvania avenne, and be ing disappointed, as Officer Wi?e, wtio had charge of the case says, in not obtaining t'ae cor sent of Sarah to mar;y him as he had reason to anticipate, made ont a bill of ex pense be had been to in spurting about with Sarah and some of the girls at Sarah's house, and warranted Sarah for the amount. The items were? Cash for box seat at Grover's Thea,er....S6 00 Cash for back hire 5 00 Cash paid restaurant., 3 85 Cash loaned to pay a carpenter 10 00 *?24 a* The complainant and delendant were bjtk. absent, but the witnesses were sworn. Officer Charlcx IIurdl<- testified that he had a warrant against Mr. Blake for hack hire due John Snow, and went to Mrs. Knight's board ing-honse and served It. Blake told witness he had paid 86 for a box seat at Grover'-s, for Sarah Austin, bnt witness knows nothing of the facts. John Snow, hackman, testified that he kne w nothing of the items other than hack hire. Mr. Blake had engaged witness on the occasion re ferred to, but didn't pay him, and he got tha warmnt that Officer liurdle ser ved. Both these witnesses were for the prosecn ion. Elizabeth, Holly, for the defence, testified that she went with Mr. Blake to the theater, by his invitation. They went also to Potentim's, anil had supper. Mr. Blake did not pay fir all, but his company paid a part of it. With re gard to the loan of 810, it was not so. Justice Kinsey gave judgment for the da fence. Police Eeports.?Second prtcinet.?Francis Bowie, assault and battery: bail for peace. Gso. Bums, deserter; military. Fifth l'ricinct.?Dennis McCarty, assault and battery, deferred* Six h PrtcincU?Emma Crome, mud larceny; dismissed, .las. Hawkins, do.; jail for court. Mr6. McCarthy, vanrancy; dismissed. Tenth, precinct.?Daniel Hempey, druuk aad disorderly; 82. Thos. Toainer. drunk; work hru-e. John Sheehey. do :2. Michl. Hawk n?, do ; dismissed. Patrick O'Brien, do. and dis orderly; 83. John McKeeyer, do.; 85. Henry Pegley, drunk; dismissed. John Thompson, deserter-military. Francis Meyers, and Har ry Evans, highway robbery; bail for hearing. Foukth Ward Statiow Oases.?Roh?rt A. Brown, grand larceny; for hearing. Mary E. Blrden, drunk and disorderly: 332s., James Walker, assault and battery; jail for c>urt. Wm. Thomas, do; bail for peaoe.- John War ner, suspicion ua grand larceny; dismissed. Celia Wilson, vagrancy; do. Ellen Hall, p *tty larceny; bail for Tiearing. H. IL Yeraon, Wm. Bowel, drunk-dismissed. ? ? ? ? *3" Richmond papers say the fortifications at Mobile are being rapidly pushed forward to completion. ?STA party of gnerri Has recently massacred an entire company of colored troops, near Gran 1 Lake, Mississippi. A rnion Lincoln cftmpiign clab has been formed in New York, aad a fall board of officers has been elected. ?y Col. Mohican has written*a letter deny ing that he is a member of the Jt'solaa Brother hood. tar The sanitary fair at Buffalo cleared In one week 819,800. - 97" Stoves made of soapitoce have been In troduced in Quebec. ?y Ov*-i4-afco perrftiPt Were cola ad at the PhUadfipttU stat last year: KT Xrfvs* year evsr 816,00?. ero were paid into treasury ef. Hew Yor$ cennty, N. Y.