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AM ii iKNIPTO Nluai'.
- Grovkbh Thkatxh? Fiotnw's opera of
performed last uigh? at Gro
wer i. :*nd to anc her such ? l.trge audtnoc ? as
iHbDOi i.i11 to cbtertbe heart of any manager.
Tbi? ainoue opera w-ai produ ed entire To
s:fht. we arc ?o have Bordeaux's rrand or??ra,
i. I,a Dame Blanch*,'" and Mr. The.n Hab?l
:o?i. ^ al m ke b>s first appearance. Allot the
companv are m tbe cast.
l oKD -t Theatik ?This is not 02# of Mr
Vi'TTitt 3 nights, but 'hat need be no nvon
v. iij Mr. Ford ? patrons should stay away
irom his dramatic tempi", f >r a really splendid
entertainment will be given by the proinc'toe
of tbt tnnllina and popular sensational play,
?Tbe Octoroon or Life in Lonisiana." a piay^.
wMch has here'otore delighted thousand*.
% akjitibm ? l'tir la sensation f At lea*t so
ni tb.- patrons of the Varieties, judging from
the anxiety w tb which thev rnsb for tea's to
*.>e Fi?/simmon'6 new sei sa-ion play, " Tae
>?mnle Pickpocket 01 Washington " Those
?r.o wish to see it should hasten to do so, aa it
ninst ?ooii give place to other novelties.
Mm KoroLiTAN Hall was filled again la?
nigh; wi'b a gay and happy crowd, wbo w-re
delighted with tlie p, rformanc- s of Anna Rush,
M^ry Waitou. Mollie Lane, Wm. Scott, L.
B' :n.ir t-r Geo. de Louis, and others. Ano'her
spleidid entertainment *111 be given to-night
Caster hurt.?In addition to the regular
concert ball entertainment, the sweet songs of
JiOkj Engel, the clog dancing of Delehanty
end Ward, and the fine performances ot the
form ot Heauty, the Ronzam ballet troape
will to-nigbt appear, and a nnmner of new
&:rract:ona of soBg, dance and pantomime will
be givn.
Thk Cmcre at the corner of Sixth street and
*>ew \i'!k avenue continues to do a flourish
ing business and ibe pavilion is crowded night
ly. Mtb. Warner (formerly Mrs. Dan Rice),
the Whitby t&mily. Mrs. Frank Whlttaker,
hi d others, elicit much applanse. William
Kennedy is the clown, and his jests are of such
a character a* to amuse all.
Ballad Entibtainvint.?Mr. Wm. Edgar
Moigan announces that at the solicitation of
ttany friends he will give a ballad entertain
ment to night at Washington Theater, and will
be existed by some fine instrumental and vo
cal performers. The last concert Mr. Morgan
appeared in in this city was at the Smith*
?o*ian a year or two ago.
r.3?LiaTMB*T Fdnd Ball.?The different
Committees for the Enlistment Fund Ball are
Teqve;-ted to meet at the Mayor's office, City
Fall, at 7 o'clock this evening, and the Com*
nrttr-e on Refreshments to meet at the ball
room to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock.
The iJall at the Patent Office ? Owing
to the inclemency of the weather last night, the
?. rowd was not so great at the ball in honor of
the lmiiea of the late fair as was anticipated;
bin the assemblage was a select a?d brilliant
one, and all present seemed to enjoy them*
selves to the fullest extent. Through' some
ruisnudirs andn g the band of the 17th infan
try. which had been engaged, failed to mike
Its appearance; but at a late hour Hon. B. B.
French me.eeded in securing the services of
the orchestra at Groffr's Theater, who fur
iiislu d excellent mnslc during the festivities of
the evening.
The supper, gotten up under the auspices of
Mrs V- M. Shuster, Mrj. Job Angus, Mrs.
Jin.-? Towers and Miss Piper, was a superb
* ne, and was partaken of by a majority of
those present.
Ji.iny of the ladies and gentlemen present
expressed a d?sire that the ball might be re
pcau-d under more favorable circumstances,
aim 11 is hoped the managers will take the
matter nnder consideration
I)- -r] ite the baJ weather, the style of costume
cn the part of the ladies was decided ly rich and
tas' ful. We note a few of the coatumes for the
b- nefii of lady readers:
M-s. .'ohn W F?y, leather colored watered
.?ilk black lace shawl, beaut'lul pearl neck
lace and earrings. head-dress of flowers.
Miss Haitie F?h, of Cambridge, dressed in
white tarleton; head-dress of white cameliaa
s?cd flow drops.
Mrs. E. L Sfe -s, of Washington, white silk
dress, > rammed with cherry colored ribbon,
.very neat and pretty.
Mr*. B. B. F?b. of Washington, white silk:
he.tiWdress of japonica and orange blossoms:
handsome plaid sash.
M>*s Fanny Gil?t, of New Hampshire, white
tar! trn: black velvet spencer.
Mrs R. CI?e, of Washington, (in mourning*
blicksilk, richly and elegantly trimmed.
.Vli-sT?d, of Washington, pink silk dress,
wit!) pirk sash.
Mies Wh?b, white illusion, trimmed with
erarle! velvet; peasant waist.
Mies I-?4s, white sw es, trimmed with black
>?-l>ri, head-dress with white snow drop.
Mr?. W. B?ry, of Washingtou, blue silk
dref s, with white lace overdress, looped with
bl o k velvet.
Miss Laura R?d, of Washington, red allk
drfts; hlaik velvet waist.
>;is; Emma R--d, of Washington, check
silk nr-'ss, with blark bodice.
Miss H?1, purple 3ilk, trimmed with white
lace. '
Mrs. J. M?v, pink silk drees, featooued A'ltb
blnck velvet; tead-drfs? of flowers.
Miss Belle Mi?er, of Washington, cherry
tatin dress.white illusion bodice; head-dress of
ge.aninm leaves
Miss T?d, of Washington.rose colored tarle
t> u; head-dress plain.
Mrs. ,fames S?le, purple silk drea-. black
r?ce shawl.
Mis-F?Id, of Washington, bine silk, trim
im d with lace: headlress of roses.
Mirs Lizzie W?d,of New Hampshire, Swiss
rtiushn, trimmed wnh cherry colored silk rib
Miss Alice Th?n, pink silk, with skirt fes
tooned; illusion wali-t.
Mrs. Germond Cr?1, bla>.k silk; head-dre?s
oi diamonds.
M iss Del?h, of Pitisbnrg, red silk dress; ele
ghnt white opera cloak.
Muses Laura and Emma A11?a, of Wash
ington. dr. satd in white tarleton, trimmed wi'.n
black velvet.
M iss Cornelia Bid-?1, white Swiss dre3s: rich
Of era cloak.
Tub Enlistment Fund Ball.?To-morrow
T iglr tbe grai.d enlistment fnnd ball will be
yiren at the yrill of the Patent Office. That it
will b* the ball ol thi? season wo do not think
th**ie can be any doubt, lor our most prominent
citiwns are at the head of it, and they have
been indefatigable in their exertions to so per
fect the arrangemt r.ts as to give satisfaction to
a'l who may atiend. Every cltize.i of Waati
Ingtoii i? ceitalnly intereab-d in preventing a
draft here, and as all tbe proceed* of this ball
w ill be devoted to that end, by eecuriug mouey
t'? p ?y bounties to volunteers, each one should
eif-rt bimse!t in the matter, and swell th^ sum
of iroiuy nece>sary, by not only purchasing a
t ke- himself, but also inducing his friends to
I urebase.
A IMphonept Porter.?La?t night Thomas
l?avis, a colored pori?r in the store ot George
E. Kennedy, grocer, 7th street, was arr eted by
Mr. Jas. Green, gro<ser, on 1HU? street, uear L,
on Misplcion of stealing a bucket of butter
which he bad in his possession. Davis failed
t give a good account of the manner in which
be got the butter, and Mr. Green turned him
over to Serjeant Reed, assistant superintendent
ot police. He aamiued the tlielt. Mr. Greeu
hau beeu robbed h.m ;elf, and bis anxiety to
find out something ot his . vr losses caused him
to be particular in inv ?','atrtig the matter.
JustUe Clayton committed Davi-> to jail for
FoiiT o? Georgetown.?En1 ered?S-earner
.las S Gree?, F? etoii. lrjm New York; sciir.
Alb rt M&*oii, Ferry, do., mdze, Oleiired?
Scbis. Trainswork, Parsons. Saalsbury; A. J.
Dersoit, Hillman. New York; James Wagoaer,
Truder, Wadis liay, Hfive.la, Travers, Mig
gctUj : Adda E Barnes, Sexre. Pocomoke; si ps.
Se< I.ark, Cheselvine, St. Miry's; Flying
i'loud,/...dereo 1, t ort Washiugton. Streaicer,
1 li iuif. St. Mary's; 1*. T. Tennis, Bailey, A",
ooitiac; Ann E. Howard, Hunter, Occoqnan;
J:>mes LuEdy. Perry, Clilckamux??u; barges
< nan. e, Jones. .Maitawoman;Occ3quan,SwaQ,
^.icotink: Aliegti any, Sk a, S wan creak.
in a Horuiui.K CoNUiTio*.?F street, in
1 re 1st c f the City Pot t Office, 13 still in theeame
coLditiuu "a? it u^ed to was. or wusser," ami
at 1 he presi nt time it would puzzle the brains
of Mi ei.uneer 10 determine th? gratis thereof,
fcoiuiiiU-reu up is in with rubbish. If one of
tiie stieets the. city has to keep in repair had
been iu this condition for this length of time.
1.0 donbt our City Councils would have been
suarplv censured: bat it happens iu thU case
<.o>frr raent Is responsible.
Aw Ood.Aktu.lkto >tbal.?l^an week, an
some of taemembeis of the Mariuo- Hat d were
on their way np to*n to till an engagement,
some paities too4 oil the car in wni;h they
"*ei??1 tit bass arum and made o!T witn it, and
the loss v. as not dis overcd until the time cam*
for calling the instrument ~into action. Some
eold .ers who were on tha car got off at 13th
??n et, aud took the drum with them, wbich the
iGudufcr natnralJs erotigli thought belonged
l?j them.
AT T 1to ,t'* evening
by W ti Lew^ A Co., at No. 1^7 Seventh ^>tre?f,
embracing over splendid photogrnphlc al.
hues and Family Bibles, with the beet portion
ot their large invoice of stiver- plated ware and
table cutlery, painOnge, Ac., Ac. It to eekiom.
^net goods are offered at auction; therefore
persot s interested would do well to attend.
Bwm nuT rati of to-day* ut*r for latereet
M iovaJ articles.
and dt* asea of the
from 34 St, Mark Pl?^ N*w York,
Amhor of ?'A Popular Treatise on D-?tfneas,"
. " Letters on Catarrfe," will make
his second rUlt to
MONDAY, Ar*iL 11th,
and ran he consulted at tke
Epbitt Hoc??
for owa wise until
Saturday evening:, April 10th.
and all the various dia*a*es of the
Washisqtok, D. f)., March 5, 1S64.
Da. IjIohthill?Dear Sir: I take this oppor
tonit^ to pnblicly express my gratitude for the
wonderful cure of deafness jou bare lu so
short a time effected In my case.
1 was deaf for about six yean, and for the
last few yeara- so much so that I could not
hear preaching or camraon conversation; hot
now since your invaluable services have been
rendered, I can hear as well as ever.
In conclusion, let me say that the noises
with which I have been troubled in my head
for yean, have also disappeared.
Very truly yours,
10th street, between E and F.
Washiwotow, D. C., March 4, 1861.
This is to certify, that ha vine been deaf since
the year 1&5?. and since that time gradually
losing my bearing until 1 was unable to h*ar
eommou convenation or public SDeakicer. I
app'led to Dr. Liightbill, of N?w York, who,
after a short and painless course of treat,
ment, entirely restored my hearine. I hearti
ly recommend Dr. IJghthwi to th? (leaf.
Fbkdbrick Robkbtsow,
Residence near Fort Saratoga.
?Wahhikotow, I>. C., March 2, I8G1.
This is to certify that having been affected
for twnty years with deafness, and having
tri?>d some of the most eminent doctors of our
c ty without any relief, I at last heard of Dr
Lighthill and put myself under his care. His
treatment was brief, and successful. I am
now completely restored, and the cure is ap
parently permanent I have nil confidence In
Dr. Llghthlirs skill, and would advise all af
flicted with deafness to go and consult him at
once. Josbph Wuitnev,
Residence near P and 11th streets.
Remarkable Cure ?f Deafness
From the Rev. Joseph M. Clarke, R'c'or of St.
James' Church.
SYRAcrwn, February 20, 1961.
I have been deaf In one ear, ever since I was
in college, some twenty years ago. By the
slill of Dr. Lighthill, Its hearing was entirely
restond, eo that now I hear alike with both
ears, and I And that I can use my voice with
much more ease and comfort than before.
Joskph M. Clark*.
mar 30-eo3w
Di?*ahe< of the Nervops. Skminai.. Uriv*rv
ANDSnxrALS>TSTKMS-newand reliable treat-neat?
in Reports of the Howard Association?Sent by
mail in sealed letter envelopes free of charg. .
Address D. J. Skillin Hongnton. Howard Asso
ciation. No. 3 South Ninth street. Phi a-lelphia.
Pa. ^ mh 29 3m
Brown's Bronciihi, Troches.
The?e Lnzfrgm are prepared from a highly
esteemed recipe for alleviating Bronchial Affec
tions. Asthma. Hoarsens*. Coughs, Colds, and
Irritation or Soreness of the Throat.
Public Speakers and Votali*t<
WTI1 find them beneficial in e'earing the voice
V fore speaking or singinir. and relieving the throat
after mit unnsual exertiop of the voral organs,
having s peculiar adaptation to affections which
disturb the organs of speech. mh i9-d&wtf
Corns. BrNWNS, Ac?I?r. White. Chiropodist,
will he in attendance at his rooms No. 424 Penn. !
a'v >;iiue. on and after Friday, April 1st. mh 2?> '
^ _
Great Pennsylvania Rotte. via Baltimore and !
h'lirn'.-ii.tie. to the rth mid West.?T*? trains
1< ;iTt Washington da'Iv and one on Sunday?quick i
time?low fare and sure connections. Soldiers' i
tickets sold through (tV-Government rates. For
tl; ketf si.d further information spidy at the office
<>'Great Pennsylvania Route, northeast corner of
Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street, Washing
?< n. Office open from ia. m. to 9 p. m.; ou Sun
dsye from 2 to 4 p. in.
Be 12-ly _ E. O. Norton, Agent,
Mu a Daasa Boitb.
_ .. ? _ Mt*\i Busituu Suits,
Youth s Drtss Suits. _
? ., . ? . Youth's Business SuUs.
Chiidrms Drsss Suits. _
Cktldrsns' School Suits.
Noas WaliiiA Co., Penn. avenue, Metro
politan Hotel Bciidmg, would respectfolly an
nounce that ..helr anneal display r." *all ?ud Win
ter Clothing Is io? ready for j ? (?ection. It ?
comprised of an assortment o' * i.mtlemen's aod
Tenths* Clothing of the aewost*.nJ richest design*
n material, trimming and workshlp.
To those who stndy eTceilence with ecoBoiar in
faalsionab^e articles of dr??s, an opportunity is
aow off-rod for selecting from the .Tn?-?t attractive
stock of ready made clothing n this city, at very
rsducei prioes. ^ oe9-4in
Spermatorrhea can bsCcrid.? Dr Rand's Spe
cific cures Fperrnatorrhcra, Sfminal Weakiuss, im
potrtup. Loss of Povcer. etc.. speedily and ejftetually. I
Its eflects are truly magical. A trial of the Specific ?
will convince the most skeptical of its merits i
Price 91 a box. Sold by b. 0. ford, corr.er llth i
street and Pa. avenae, Washington, and Henry
Cook, Alexandria. JaS-ljr !
Da. Ddpokt*8 Sugar-coated Female Kagul&tiug '
Piils are the verv btsi in They operate spmlilv i
and effectively, aud being sutar-coaled create no \
cansea uoon the most dclicate stomach, A trial of j
these Pills will prove their suptricrity over all !
others. Price Si a box. Sold by ?. 0. F?rd. corner
llth street and Pa. ayenBe.Wasfiingtou.and Heury
Cook, Alexandria. Ia6 1y
Ne*voc3 Dsbimtv, Sbminal Wg*r!iK93, etc..
Can Be Cured by one who has really cared himself
and hundreds of others, and will tell you nothing
but the Address, witn stamp,
Edward H. Tkaver
mar J DAW,ly Lock Box, Bo?ton, Mass.
Satf,aritan'.' (rift is the most certain, safe and
effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable rem
edy ever dipeovered.. Cures in two to four days,
and recent caries in twenty-four hours Romineral
no balsam. no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken.
It is th-? soldier's hope, ani a friend to tsose who
do not want to he exposed. Male packages, a?:
female, $3.
Sbsman'iA'j Root an t Herb Jutees? A positive and
permanent oure for Syphilis.ScrorulajTlcers.Sorea
Spntn. Tetters, Ac. P'ice ?1, or six bottles for 96.
Bold by 3. 0. Ford. See a^wertisement, mS
DisiabBB of tK Nitrous, Stminal, Urinary, and
S-.sual bysuths?ntw ana reliable treatment? tit
heporls of th* Howaid Association?Sent by mail
in sealed letter eavelopes, fiee of charge. Address
Dr. J. lLtrN HorouToN, Howard Assoeiation,
No. U South Ninth Street. Philadelphia, Pa. <i3-Sio
Wi xai ktkd to Ocaa i* Six Dats.-Dr.Godfrey's
Antidote, an English Specific of sixty-five years'
standing, will cure Gonorrhaa in six dnys. No
change of diet required. Price 31 per bottle. Sold
hy S. C. Ford, corner llth street and Pa. avenue,
Washington, and Heury Cook, Alexandria, ja t-ly
In Wahh.ngtou. D. C.. on the 2flth inst., by the
Rev Dr. Brown 1 GRQKGK W. IIF.N RY. of New
York, ami Mi*s SA .^II E. MOHAN, of Washing
ton, D. C.
On Tuesday. Marcl? 2>th, by Rev. J. T. Ward, Mr
1 EYI KING, of Baltimore, to Mi** EMMA j.
W AUBURNR, of this city.
'trthc??th instant, of scarlet fever. JOHN W.
DICK ,fiou of J. W.and Eliza Dick.a&ni 4 yearA
and 7 mon'hs.
Friends and relations of the family are in?ited-to
attend his funeral from the residence of his parents,
No. New York avenue, between 4th and ith
atreets. Thursday. March 3l?t, at 2 o'clock. *
In Georgetown. D. 0., March 30th, WILLIAM
fc'OYES, in the 7?Jth year of his af?.
The friendi of the family are Invited to a*tend
his fhneral from his late residence. No. corner
of West and Oreen streets, to-uiorrow (Thursday)
afternoon, at 4>/J o'clock. *
On Thursday, the 89th instant, after s long and
painful illness of three weeks, SUSAN ANN, a?ed
3 rears, i months and 10 days, youngest daughter
of Win. R. aud JaU|i A. Reed.latobj Virginia. *
balls, pahtiks.&o.
To be given at tbe
K street, between SKh end Itftb street*, mi
Tbe members of the Club return their sincere
thanks to their friend* and the'public for past fa
vcrs.snd re fpertfullj solicit their pitronfc.ee at
our Seeond Gvar.d BfcU, and we promise thos i that
wil favor up with their presence an evening of
P eaFure.
Tickets One Dollar, admitting a gentleman ar 1
ladies, by order of Committee.
mh ?-7t? T E.CLARK. Sec 'y.
T'oe members of the ANDERSON CLUB take
great pleasure in announcing to their friends aft
and the public in general that tbey will sire AS
tbeir Tenth Grantf Ball
at TKMrBXANCa Hall, on E street, between'jfla
8th and ]Oth streets,
Cn MONDAY EVENING, April 4.1854.
The members pledge themselves to spare no
pains or expense to make this one of the best balls
of the reason.
Ticket? |i, admitting a gentleman and ladies.
No hats or caps allowed in tho ball room.
Committee of Arrangements.
E. Qui n! a n, D. McGrath, H.Nolan,
J. Sexton, J. Farrell, * J. Cost el lo.
mh 28-3t*
o . a. m
The members of
LQGAN TRIBE. No. ?, I. 0. R. M.,'
Georgetown, D. C.,
Beg leave to respectfully inform their friends and
iormer patrons that they will give their
at Pompeian Hall, corner Washington and Br id re
streets, on
MONDAY, April 4th, 1894.
Particulars in future advertisements.
uy order of the Committee.
mh fe tAP4? ELI GARRETT. Chairman.
to be held at the
the proceeds to be appropriated to
His Excellency the President of the United States
The Vice President.
The Speaker of the House gi Representatives.
The Secretary of State.
The Secretary of the Treasury.
The Secretary of War.
The Secretary of the Nsvy.
The Secretary of the Interior.
Tho Postmaster General.
The Attorney General.
Gen II W IIaileek Col J B Fry
Gen C C Augur Col BT Ingraham
(ten J H Martindale Col E M Greene
Gen M C Meigs Capt II A Scheett
G^n Ber.bam Capt Benton
Gen G I> Ramsey
Asst Secretary G F Fox Capt II A Wise
Admiral Jos Smith Com Overton Carr
Com J B Montgomery Paym'r J S Cunningham
Col Jobn Harris Major WB Slack
Major Nicholson
Senator Grimes Senator Foot
Senator Johnson Senator Carliie
Senator Morgan
Hon Tliaddeus Stevens Hon II W Davis
Hon Owen Lovejoy Hon John A Ka?"on
Hon Samuel Hooper Hon A C Wilder
Hon B C Sch^nt'k Hon F P Blair
Hon N B Smithera Hon R E Fenton
Hon B Wallach Chas Stewart Jos Platz
Hon H Addison L J Middleton A T Richards
Wm.Dixon J F Haliday J V Fugitt
S E Douglass B W Reed Wm Hamilton
Wni Forsyth 8 C Culverwell FHitr
G W Riggs Zacb Downing (I A Bobrer
T P Morgan W Wall l)r 8 A II M "Kim
Wm Wilson J W Boteler Win Talbot
Geo KrafTt Chas Klor..?n G A Scott
Bobt Bozzel II G Lorch O B Wilson
W m Bradley W W Moore Wm Hutchinson
II N Exsl-y C II L'termehle D McCathrau
8 V Ilnriiu J Y Davis J Dolroyd
Henry Riley W n Lainen Ja* Brown
J K Allen J II English M McNally
J T Hendlin C W Wroe J B Ellis
T J Fisher S J Boweu T E Lloyd
Smith P> ttlt Henry Lyl? s WmWise
A J Jo>ce S Y Sylvester Geo Wright
A Hancock. Jr LA Beall John Dudley
A Noerr B B Frer.'h E K Stebbin*
M Talty Adolph Clu=s G P GofT
J D Hamm&ck N Sargent J R V.lvans
W W Soaton N Arker W Stone
Jop F Brown CJCanfielJ Gwynn Harris
Tl-.omas Lewis
Gen P F Bacon W W Rapley W N Hawi?y
J H Seromes A C Richards A It Shepherd
II (J Wilson 8 V Noyes C S Noyes
John Sessford P M Dubant Capt KS Wicklio
Hudson 1 nylor N D Lame*
Gentlemen desiring invitations for ladies will
leave names and address at Hudson Taylor's Book
Store. Pennsylvania avenue between #th and loth
streets, addressed to 'Executive Enlistment Com
mittee." mh IS tf
BOARDING.?Two gentlemen can he accommo
dated with one good t?iie*l front chamber (sec
ond story) and permanent Board in h private fa n
ily in Georgetown. Apply immediately to A B '
Georgetown Post Office, D. C References required,
mh 30-3t'
BOAPD~Five or six TAHITk"BOARD V'ftS "slTtTe
accommodated at Mrs. Fisher's, ytil G *!re<?t
Terms. J-4.W p?r week . mh 2*.'-3t *
Board and handsomely furnished
BOOMS, on first and third floors, for families
or single persons. Terms moderate. An experi
enced HOUSEKEEPER wanted. Appl) at sou'h
w est comer st and H streets, near i'ennsylvKtiia
avenue. mh -m-Sl*
BOARDING.?Pleasant rooms and first elans
hoard, at 15fi (5 street, between 2fltli and 2tst.
Terms ?30 per month. mb28-lvr*
(?ENT1.EMV.X~CAN BE accom-R'AUted"'w7th
I TABLE BOARD at No. i* north K, between
7th and 3th streets. mar 23-eo2t*
BOARDING.?Large and well furnished Front
Rooms for rent. An excellent tahle is pro
vided. with good attendance, and a cheerful home
is offered, with ever> necessary comfort, at most
moderate price*. Apply at 39/5 Ihtii street, be
tween KandGsts. nih 2^-St*
J mciUated willi BOARD at No. 3'Jk llt'h otrcct,
betweea K an4 Mass. av. mar 2fi-4t*
let. with Board. Apply at 13s G ?treet. be
tween Jlst and 22'ists. mhW-lw*
1* be aeeomnlodKted ;tt tt>e Hurop-'sn Hotel, cor
ner of Pa. aveuue and lltUsts"eet. at ^fS.50 p?r week.
F.rettk fast"! toy; Dinner 123a to Supper at HoVlk.
M"s!s at all hoars. mh l'j 2w
|V0T10J.~0b and after Monday next, 0. gau
1 ^ TIEH will b? prapared to rwem regula* Table
boardf rt at 97 rer week )a 14-tf
I inston, having used the remedy of C. BLeunan,
No. ?> 19 I stree:. between H'h and 7tb s^^?ets,
for the eure of Inflammatory Rbeunintism. have
no hesitation in ta>iug that we are satHI,- i it is
?>n? of great value to all afflicted with this most
painful disease. We therefore chterlully twum
1Cl WM. r MAGEE. E. bet. 13th and 13th,
MARY NEWTON Uh, bet G anl II
GRACE HURDLE. I. bet IfH and 2U?h.
ROBERT WARREN,7th, bet. K and L.
n.h 21-eolm*
Oil Barrels- of every description bought and sold.
Coopering mill Strapping attended to at the short
est notice." JOHN T. REYNOLDS, Cooler,
mh 13-eolm* corner land inth sts.
friends and the public that be has on hand a
variety of large and beautiful utyle of Monuments,
Head Stones and all kinds of Marble worked to
order, and is thankful for paat favors and bopeS to
solicit a share of tbeir patronage. Penn aTenue,
between Isth and l?th sty. mh 18-eolm*
_ vslocipides. 4c.
W<- have jnst received a very large assortment of
Children's Carriages, Chaises and Volocipideft,
which we offer at a rery small advance on mana
ftctarers'?orices. BONTZ A. GRIFFITH,
mh 369 7th street, bet. I and K sis.
howro lay out a garden. ?f jm?w?'
Glsny'? Hand* Book on eardaniar. London.
Bofst s family Kitchen Gardener.
fb'.wert for the Parlor an4 Gar4??; illMtratsd.
BmitL's Landscape Gardening, .
Gsrdmirg for Ladies. Mrs. London. * A
Warder on Hrdges aad Evergreens.
Glenny 's Protertiea of Woven. London
Mr ?" '""rtoo^lom.
the Million. London.
*B7 ANTED?A HOT *o luirn 4k* Confectionary.
" Apply at 156 Pennsylvania avenue, be
t?e*n 171n and Igth utrMM. rah SHw*
\\? ANTED.?A BOY to carry ? route for tli?
?? "Evening Star." Aa honest bey required.
' pvly Star office, bet* een t ?i.4 b p. in. m i ?>-3t
11T ANTED? At the American Telegraph OS?,
?? 43v Pmn. avenue. t?r MESSENGER BOYS.
Must come we!, recommended. ml
Mutt come wel, recommended. mh 30-ft"
Lr ANTED? A GIRL (either whiterr colored 1 to
t go tfl the country an name for several chil
dren. _Apply at 435 6tn st.. between E and F. t'
117 AX TED?A mid die axed WOMAN as cook in
? ^ efsnnl) of three persons. Apply to G BO. T.
MrGLlE A CO., 37 7 D street, between 6th an t
7tb.__ . ^ mh 30 3t
ANTED? A good COOK. One who thorough
. lr understands her business. o?ii hur of a
good situation by applying at 459 Sixth street,
between D apd E.. mh 30-:n?
\]LrANTED?A WOMAN a* rook, wither an.t
" lroneric a small family. fhe must know h?-r
business *nd brin$ good recommendations. Call
at Star Office. i mhT?-2t*
W ANT^D ?4 thoroughly competent NtTRSB;
" an E; trlifn woman, or Scotcn.or American,
preferred. Apply at Star office, bo* SI, for ad
dress. mh 30-2t
l' *\NTED?A\ the Goslir.K House. a WAITER".
f He mu><i understand the business. To sack
food wages will be given the whole year round
nqu're at the Restaurant. S47 Pi-nn. avenue. be
tween 12th and 13th streeta. mh 33 2t
1*' ANTED.?A young man < f business etperi
?t erce. de-ire* a situation asCLBKK in some
mercantile house. Writes a good hand. Best
references given. Address ? Mercantile.'" Wash
ington^ D.C. mh 3"?-3t'
' a respectable woman, a SITUA
TION aa chambermaid or to do the cooking
of a small family'. Apply at Mrs. NOLAN'S, ou II
street, between 19th and 2Utl? streets, south side,
mh 30 2t*
rience in the grocery and liquor business, de
sires a Situation as clerk or salesman in some store
in Wsshingxon. References given. Address W.
H.JT. through Post Office. ?_ mh 30-Jt*
VVA.NTED?To buy a first-class DWELLING in
the First or Second Ward. Immediate pos
session desired. Apply at this office, mh 29-3t*
\\! ANTED?By a man and wtfe, a il T U A TI ON
" a- Cooks. Good reference giv?n. Apply at
No. 505 Tenth street west and C. mh 2S>-3t*
1*7 A NT ED-A' good SALESMAN, in Dry Good*
vy store. AddresB Box 7 73, Washington City
Pest Office. mh 29-3t
WANTED?A German or Irfsh GIRL, for a
small family, for general housework. 445
Ninth street. rah 29 2t*
?? Capitol Hill preferred. State location and
tirms. Address Box No. I. Star Office. mh29 3t* _
1*.'ANTED?A middle aged WOMAN, for cook.
?? Must be a good washer and i-oper. and
rome well recommended. Apply at 443 C street,
between 1st and 2d. mh 29-3t*
HOARD WANTED, by & gentleman and wife. in
a family where there are but few boarders.
Would not object, to a place on Georgetown
Heights. Address, stating term* and location. Bo*
0 45T mh 23 .it*
located in the Fourth Ward, on a credit of one
year, with a view of building on it immediately.
Address " Builder."' through City Post OfHce,
stating location and price. mh?- 2t *
W ANTED?By a gentlemfcn and wife, (no chil
dren.) by the first or middle of April, 2 or 3
unfurnished ROOMS, or a small House, in a good
locality, either in Georgetown or Washington?
Georgetown preferred. Address, slatii.g terns,
uutil loth of April, " O. D. M.," Star Office. ?
mh a> 3t*
\*TANTEI ?A C<IRL to sow. Apply at the Eb
v? bitt House. mh2fv3t*
1A' ANTED?A settled German WOMAN, ascnok,
*? washer and irouer. Apply at No. 491 14th
street, between D and Ohio av mh 28-3t*
UJ ANTED- An activo" YOUNG M AN, of good
address, as Barkeeper. Good references re
quired; at 31y D, betwpen 11th and 12th streets,
mh as 3t"
117 ANTED?A white GIRL from 10 to 15 years
? * old toatt?-nd toe f-ma'l child and run errands.
Apply at 3?9 F street north, between 8th and 9th
streets. mar 2!-3t*
'po FARMERS.?Three tcood farm" 11 ANUS
A wanted for th* reason. Apply to tie Governor
of the Soldiers' Hume, Washington. D. C.
mar VB-eotf
?t few months. Any one having that amount to
lend can have good security, and will board him
in a good private family, where he can have a good
room and board for the use of the money what time
1 keep it. Address J T. 8.. Washington P O..
stating where an interview can be had mh K-?t*
11; ANTED?At the French Millinery, 356^? Pa.
avenue, between 6tli and 7th sareets. tnree
V17ANTKD.-A BOY; also, two SALES LADlEf,
? ? at No. 34 Market Space, between 7th and Mth
??rrets. mh24-lw"
i-Tj||f\ TONS BONK WANTED.-The under
signed w ill ray one dollar per ll>J lbs
for all green camp and hospital Bones, delivered
at tlieir Factory, corner 27th and G sts.
llr ANTED.?On Georgetown Weights, at the
* ? pis ce ad joining Oak XI i ? 1 Ceni-tery, a respect
able W HITE WOMAN, as Seamstress and to take
care of a child four years old. R?- ? >mmendatioUH
required. mh IS
dU,IIUU P&INOX'B Stamp-ag Depot, 3*1 W
street opposite Pateat Ofllcs, wl get their 8tarnp
iug, Stite&ing, Pinking. m~4 Mmbroidery done. As
there sie otuer Richards in the field, ladles better
look ont that they come to Prlaos's. who is tke
on'y practical hand ia the city. Be enre yon go to
V street, oppostte Patent Ofllee. ma 4
Wab Dsfakiubst, Oatalkt BrEiin, J
Of tic* or OniEpQuAMTBaMiotam, J
WAsmgflTos, D. 0 , March 8.1/184 \
Ooe hundred and torty-?eyen (?J47) dollars per
head will be paid for all
dellrered within the neit thirty (&) days at the
GoTernment 8t*blea at Giesboro, D. 0
Skid horses to besennd in all particulars, not less
t> an tie (3) nor more than nine cj) years oil; ft jra
<o It;hands high, fell fiesh?d,compaotlr ballt,
brldje wise, ana or size sufficient for cavalry par
Thft ipfificntions to ill be. strictly adherit to and
riftiilv *Hjurced in ejt.ry particular.
Psyment made oa dellyery o." tan (10) and oyer,
Hcors of Inspection from 9s. ra.. t >c p rn.
Lleat Colonel and Chief Quarter nMt*r,
mh9 Jut Cavalry Barman.
?mbroidei on Mnslin. Lluen. and Oamorij
To good hands constant work: and good w%ze*
given Ladies applying wll! please bring M&m^l^s
of*?o?k Apply at Wlii. FBI SOB'S StatipinganJ
baekiae htltcking Depot, 3>1 F street,opp-Mite
Pr.tent Office. fe l3
H0C8B WANFBD?From tbe flr?lof May.sither
lurt-ished cr uofnrn.ehed, north of Penii. avn
nee, and bstween 4>a aud Ajth etre- ts. One with
stable and car.lags bo jse preferred. Address 3 ,
Lock l?ox t&. Washington. fe2i tAp<*
WANTBD?Some ore cspable of slviOtfljeiSone
on thM Gn>tar to a gentleman AdrtreM G B
M ATITB, No. U67 Eighth street, Washington.
Kh 8 tf |
Also, Mirrors, Carpets, Beds, Bedding and
Housoiumishicg Goods of every desirlptlon
R. BUOELY. 42" Seyeatfe st.
mar V tf bet G and Q. east side.
QO REWARD Will be pail for the return of a
O ? smsli ACCOUNT B()OK :mrl papers, lost on
Sunday afterncon. WM I . DRURY.
mh 30-2t* 433 11th street.
RBWA11T) -T.o.st. Isst Monday e
*<3 the steps of Grove*'s 'U>* iter it
BINE GLASS CASE. The undrf will
1 OST?Last nisfht at Grover?b Theiter or in Wil- ]
I t lards' reception room, a large OPER1 GLASS.
A liberal reward will be paicl on its return to *^IS
F street. ^ mh 30-2t"
I OS'T?A lara-e DOG all Mack ex'.ept one whito
stripe on the eheet. *5 reward will be given
t?i any one hringing him. or such information as
will recover him. to Mr. DEMON E'r. Confectiouer,
Pa. avenue, between 17th and loth sts. mh 3"-2t*
REWARD.?Jiost, on Tuesday, 2dtli inst., on
C street or Louiniana avenue, betwuenlJ*!i
sud loth sts., a silver lever hauling case WATCff.
lly leavinp it at W.I^. Wall^ Co. ? the above re
ward will be paid. mh 30-3t*
(VTOTICE.?On last Saturday night, a team of
.! v bors. s belonging to John Kinsley rnna*av,
sud the following articles were lost, viz: One
line Fox Robe, one pair Olive Cloth Cushions,
trimmed with red silk lace, and one Leather Cush
ion. A liberal reward will be paid fortheir ret-'.i-n
to JOHN KINSLEY'S Stables. No t?? 8th stre -t.
bet D and B its.. Washington,4). C. It*
Monday ev.^niug, on
? large VA
. 1 receive the
a! ore reward on leaviL^ them at the Star Oftioe
cfiunter. mh
Ql |k REWARD.?Lost about the 9th instant,
<37 ? I# from the store of John Farrell, Louisiana
avenue, a snail t>l&ek TERRIER DOG, named
Gyp. seven months old. ears cropped, tail lonjf,
tan colored vuws. The above regard willbc paid
lor i:ia delivery at 354 10th street, within one
wi ek. mh B 3t"
AS PICKED UP-Ou the 5tti day of March .""a
bay MARE, about 15 hands high, about'9
years (.ld, on High street, Georgetown, D C. The
owner in requested to come forward, prove prop
erty, pay diaries and take her away.
w V ll N 31 a 31a I f
mh 2E-3t* fiSUigh street, Georgetown, D. C.
ttH AWL LOST.?If the liackmui who took a gen
" tleman from 3?U H street on Wednesday, the
23?1, to corner M and l<>tk, and two gentleaien and
a lady from thence to the Baltimore depot will
leave the brocha long SHAWL.(left ia the hack
at the depot,.) with red centre, at 3b9 II street he
will be liberally rewarded. ??r 28-3t*
TO GIVE None That th#?ubeoriber
1 haa obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Washington county. Id th? District of Columbia,
letters or &dministrat-on on the persoaal estate of
Abraham J. Boas, late of Washington oitjr, O, O.,
deceased. All persons baring claims against tne
?aid deceased are barsky warned to exhibit the
aama. with the Toochers thazaaf.to the rabseriber.
on or before the aath dap of February next: they
ma^ otherwise by law he exolndni from all benefit
?3?? :
(."OK HALE- A geo4 TENT, Mby 11 f?et. n?arly
r ive?; w iU be eoid cheap. U<air? it Mtry
laad iv?m?. _ mh 3C ?w _
i'OR SA LE?A small V~TORE . on7th stree*. oppo
fitfthf P?trttP#C?. he sol i rh> Kp, u
? he proprietor h*s otner busines* and maaoi at
tend to it, Apoi) on the premise#, 460 7th street,
t.fpi site Pateit Offc?. mh 30-21*
il<; 1 rooms- communicating, in a good central
!ccat?< n, suitable for a club-? gentlemen. The
furniture will be sold if desired. Apply at the
desk of WALL. STEPHENS? A CO., 322 Pa. av.,
betwet n 9th and Hth eta. rohSO-Jt*
[/OR SALE?A REST Al'RANT now doing a ?o<d
?4 hu?ires#: also a ussratelle Table Apoly at
th? Star Office frca 1 to 1 o'clock. rah 23 3tJ
I STORE for sale at a barra.n. Inquire of
J^S. F. KELLE1, No. 3?3 Eighth street, near I
street north. _ nih 2*^Jt_
FOB RALE?a COUNTRY HOf SR. "ituatedon
the Baltimore Railroad. within balf a raile of
the Bladensburg station. Immediate possession
given. Apply at this t lfieo. ran 29-3t*
JT with furnished roonn attached. Inquire im
mediately al No. IPS Tenth street. Joining Ford'*
Theater mh g>-3t*
'ORSALE?A three story brick HOUSE. con
taining ten rooms. situated on nth street,
between B and C sts.. Island. For information
inquire at 360 ~tb street- to H. L. CHAP1N A CO
mli 29-tt* '
F Ward containing ten ropms. completely fur
nisbed. Poss ssion (riven Immediately. Te-tns
8125 per month, in alvancc Apnly on the prem
ises. 14% I street, betweeuiist and 22d. or at 3wJ
0 street, between 12tl ani 13th. mh29-tw*
?t\r II ao of which is very heavy white an 1 black
oak, the balance i* very heavy white oak and pine.
This timber is suitable for ship tiivber. buildiug
purposes, plank. Ac.; is 16 miles from GepJ'?,et?*a
and SK from the canal. Apply to WM. KILGOUR.
Attorney at I.aw. No. 517 7th st. mh 29-St _
FOR~FALE^On~account of other business?the
five years LEASE of one of the best fitted up and
best paying Hotels in the city. Will be sold very
low. This in a chance seldom offered. Apply at
the Philadelphia House, southeast corner Hignth
and D streets. mh 29-fit*
TOLET-A FRONT PARLOR. or front room,
with bedroom attached, either furnished or
unfurnished; suitable for a paymaster or doctor.
Inquire at the front has* rr.ent. No. 5S7 H str?et,
between 4th and 6th. mh a 3'.
1^0 LET With immediate possession, a three
story BRICK IIOpSE, witb modern improve
ments. F?r terms, Ac., inquire at No. 417 12th
street, between the hour? of 10 a. m. aad J p. m.
mh Jfi-3t*
with brick stable attached, an old established
stand. Lot 25 feet on 9th street west and 100 fe et on
L street north, iu fee. Address ^.P. HOVNELL,
No. 317 Hollins street, tdoors from Strieker, Bui
tiinore, Md. mh 25 lw
f/OR"SALE?Three FRAME HOUSES. This in a
r very desirable property for any kind of busi
ness. being oil Virginia avenue aiijl 23d street. For
particulars apply to JOtlV RILEY, 23d-treet be
tween E and F. Terms: One half ca-h; balance in
?i and 12 months mh 35-2w
f?OR SALE?A*~Gw^err, Liquor and Provi 'on
r STORE in the Second Wai l, with Restaurant
!itta''hed. Lease for 5 years at ?40 per month
$1,300 will buv it. stock, lease and license or will
take a partner by investing one-half of the amount.
Real Estate Brokers. sotithea-* cor. Pa. av
mh 2j-lw* [Chron.l ar;<i 15th street.
" the corner of !lth and O streets west. It will
>.p Fold at a bargain, as the owner is going into
oilier business. For pai'ticulars call on the prem
ise?. mar 24-1 w*
in one of the best positions in Washington,
with a lease. Cheap for cash, as the owner has
more business than he can attend to. Inquire at
No. 5^4 New J.jrse^avcnue, uear Ualtimor?- Depot,
mh 2i lv? *
F~OhSALE?A FARM of IK) acr. s il2 mile from
S<aggs' Switch; 2? acres cleared?balance in
t-ood wood, oak and hickory. Will be sold for
rash. .. ,
MITCHELL A SON, Real Estate Broker's,
mh 24 ,'w 8. E. corner I'a av. and 15th st.
OR t*ALE OR EXCHANOH?? .^00 square t"; et
of OROUN D, improved by a comfortable brick
house 16 by 30, five rooms, and small buildings,
now paying $1H> per month net profit. Grocery and
Liquor Store, stock, licenses. Ac. included.
MITCHELL & 80N, Real Estate Brokers,
mh 21-2w?* Southeast cor. Pa. av. and 13th st.
F~ OR SALE?A neat two-story fr?me HOUf'K,
with back-buibiin^. containinirSrooms. Also,
adjoining Lot. 42 feet trout, with 15-foot side alley,
runningback 105 feet to a 30-foot alley, with two
small frame bouses on the back of the lot, situated
on 13l2 street, between B and C, Island. Can be
bought cheap, if applied for soon on the premis*-s,
No. 67 131* street. mh 24 15**
r F.KY l.VD BREAD BAKKK1.?TlioConf-c
tionery is loca'ed at No. 12? Bridge street. George
town. a central position, aud the best stand in the
town.di ing all the order business an 1 a largnr
transient trade than any establishment of the ?ame
kind in the tow n. The Bread Batery is situat.-d
at No 13 ( HitfA street?the oldest established ha
k. ry in the District, at present doina a larger and
better paying business than for several y?ttrs. Tue
stock, good will, fixtures, tools. Ac., of both will
b?? sold nnlted or separate, as the pnrcbsser de
sires Tl.p bad health ?.f the proprietor prevents
the atU nt.on the business requires and is the only
reason for the desire to sell. For furth*:r partica
If.rs inquire at *h? addressof either establishment,
mar 24-lw* R. A. EDMONSTON .
C^OH SaTE -A nice two-story BRICK IIOU^E,
r six rooms, on 17th street,between K aud L *ts.,
only three squares from Penna. av. Price
Inquire at 230 K st., n> ir premises. maril-2w*
establishment is but a few do?'rs frunx Peuu
svlvania avenue, midway between 7th and 14th
?ireets. north side, contains two bu.t'n rooms, ten
t"u?risb? ' bed r>ioms an attic dining room, k-'tch
en. and a beautiful ball room. 32 by 82;?yard60 feet
square and admirably adapted for a tir-t elasslaorer
b?er garden: live years lease at Jfl^iJO r.?r year; ail
for I3,0ti0'-ash. A great sacrifice.
MITCHELL A SON B?U Estate Brokers,
S. K. corner Va avenue and I5tii st.
P. S.?Btock, fixtures, licences aud fuwiiture iu
cluded. ? mhlj-2w*
A Corner Lot. 150 feet Tront on Pa. av.,c?in
taining 2? J'1" square feet of ground, improved hv
stores, offices, and residences: is one of the best
locatu iiH for u first.-claK.s hotel in Wnfifainfton.
1 lie whole of this excellent property c:iu be pur
chased for !jl25,00l>-t5?,00U cash, balance on long
A "tine Rr'ek Reoideree on K st. oppo. Franklin
Square. 12 rooms, 2d ?>y m fi to 30 loot paved ai
ley. stable and carriage uou"?- 10.?mi
Desirable Brick on llth st..r.?ar Pa. ay., 2d
by K<t. lo rooms 8.000
Brick Residence i n L st.. 22 by l.V. 10 rooms.
Kood stable 6
A substantial Brick, on B St.. bet. 2d and *1,
IS by lit' # rooms .... - 4,0o0
A snug little Brick House, on Lst.. Iriby 100,
6 rooms
Frame Dwelling, IS rooms, aud .10,50u feet ot
ground.. ? 000
A neat Frame House, on llth st., 12 by 100,6
rooms ?? ??? .??. ??-????? i?Wr'
Cue on lith st.', bet. N and O sts., iti by 13-J. d
rooms.* , ? , ? ? ? .????,? 1,-.0U
Tw<> Frames on X st.. bet. 4th and 5th sts, 13
by ijO, 4 rooms, each.... ? - ? ? 1
Building Lots in ail parts *f the city.
A number of decirnble Farm' for sale.
MITCHELL A ffON. Real Estate Brokers.
mb!9-tApl d. E. corner Pa. av. ?od 15th st.
'OR 1IA81 OB RENT-A Urge quantity of
- building LOTS, 6 mimitea vaU of thei Pt- si
dent'e Houce and all the o?0^yiorlst
mbl5-lm 18U? rt , cor, of tt.
?TOR BALETTand lmmeai&te poiseMion given,)*
I4 three story BRICK HOI B?, wlih bask baild
log. No. 171 Second, between B aniO Btree^wr ?t.
For Wins apply to CHAS.I1 LANE,
mha eot* 424 Penu. ?venu? near ii, ?t
f the coiner ot 14th and G street*. Itwiilbesold
rea?onabto, aa the ow^er want* to go into other
tusine * Call early on the premises mb 7 Int
FOR SALH- A tirst rate two ?tory IttAMl
BOUSE, eoiitkining nine roonii, tog?thsr w^ts
tine Bnildm* LOTB. all set oat with chol?*?t ftnit,
such as MHbw. pears, plums, oherrlee. grapsa. au
of ibe bTst selection: with a pam? of exoebent
wttrr In the y?r4;on the corner of G andlStHft^,
Feno. t venne 0Mt. loi furtker pirtici.in
^'iVlm*40*0* WO 67 5' D CARROLL.
v S^Ll, . . .
The fcub?crlber offers for tale m wipe nor lot of
Timber si.itab'.e far bridge and 9"p" 6*;
dlitaccfd eightmllei from WMbimjton.D.0 .?"r
the stage road leadirgto Upper F?irlboro. Alio,
a Ti?sderafc!e nn*ntltj of t? rery best o?k and
hickory wood for tort*VihRy!
near Long Old Fields P. 0..
mM 2awiw* Prince George Ooonty Ma.
TT^O b EINT- With or Without Board-An exoal
r lent PARLOR ?nd several well furnished J1D
fifiniM it 4 AO TwMth street, witkm miautei
wakof'the iirkwocd Hou?ev Willi*rd'?,and the
Patent Office, Po?t Offlee and Treasury and SUte
Departments, The location Is un?urpasee? iQ
Wuhhigton Noehildrwinthehonse. fe?-tf
We state in no boasting spirit that ? have re
ceived this day the largest, newest an ' lost deair
able new styled of the above goods e^ opened in
Washington. , ,
Owing to the great difficulty betwe. he gilders
and manufacturers of Gilt Frames an *fotndings
the past three weeks, we have been ui ble to sup
ply any of theabovs goods.and notw -hstanding
the great advance in material and la or, we are
determined to sell this lot at our ustis' low prices.
Special attention also to our new nuu i;am r ??
CARDS. Over 6.000 copies. Nearly every Picture
and Engraving ever exhibited. Every Picture
perfect as perfection can be.
We respectfully invite every lady and gentleman
in Washington to calWwhen it suits them and ex
amine this choice selection. Our prices will be
found same as the publishers. ql.
Call early and get posted. Look around; seMf
von can find such in any eetablishmentr south of
New York.
Remember Ike pl.ee. , Jw
Fo? pou
toes. Just landing from schooner Eyngton. la
? ^"'"rci.JOftNSOK 4 JO.
?ww? AQpmi im? bab iw
tMummtwww amp f?wi
9rj OlMDlkltM.
ftfv. tt attNt wnnr ?? lwl?W
street west, u4 runiai baek M feel 11 ioahsaao
Twp'f % * tree*, in provedfev afcttMta* tun ?mt
u< ba?? meat Brick DwaMia# Hoim three mm*
deep, a atelaiag sslooa parlor bIm ooaahere.
mIm k>trkea, urtMta' rumi, bath rM?.np>
(Tm wit* ??t ud eold waW.aee tkmil?V,ig|
a br'ok e' abl* on the r?w af ti|>i>( Uj
elcsed w th a eut.raetial brick ?Ll The Man ta
???IM with in etoOft*a aod
mm tbeea tire premiers are drained thr.a<haiw?
mw uANbc ?>i?r tkt mr ?rtt? W.
r0 it^arsi.. w.
By W. B. LMWU A OW. AtsHMW*' '
/"M.OfiNtt BALM AT AC UT ION-TB !??*>*?
V IbO.tt 7 o tlotk. at oar Bare. Do Itt 91%
atreel, we shall s*U te etoao.aspea4i4 wIIkUmw
Photographic Aleaas and fatally Bibaee, lufci,
Stationery Writing Paper, Bavlopee. Aa, Alee.
Table and P octet Cntlery 8Ur?r elated loo
Pi:ch*rs Tea Setts, Out ra, GeMsts Ml >??.
? 4 * ?-?- ? " " ~ ""
By J. 0 MoGUIBB ft 00.. MWWMmn.
2Z?*LrJ&TVa*9Af 1-141 WBDJfBMOAT, Marsh
Sth and Sftthoommeaeiag at 14 a "cloak a. a Mb
'y. ??1 ia the eveain* at 7* e'elook. wo will ee4
at pubiie auction on the Bret floor of th* AutiM
Boom* a largo and extensive assortment of Mar Mo
and Alabaster Statuary, Are., comprising?
Bich andolaboratolr carvad AlabasterGroups eat
flauroa, via: -Tko Boeder "and-The wfiur.**
fisherman of Pradia," Dtaaa " ~ "
mioae." 4 Mrtb of Venus," -flora." "fideli
ty,' ' "Jfwwnrtr of Love " "Daaoe of Oaaova."
"Dance of YaTpets," aad many otkor (roaps too
nunvroas to meatioa.
Also, Carved Marblo and Alabaster Taaaa ao|M
from specimens of tko old aaaatora. oaabrailaA
Btrascaa, floreatiae. Hobo, Bomaa, lnyUaa,
an* other etvles.
ilw, large Card Beeeivere aod Tuu Groups of
Animals aad other nsw end beautiful oraaateota
for Parlor*, Librarice, Halia, <te.
These goods aro of fhe recent imjpartattoa of
Manors Oiovannoni aod Zaaaoai of floreaee. Ia
this col>aetlon will ba found Works of Art Hiram
and more elaborately carved and flalsbod thiea
aver offered for public sale in this city.
Catalogues of the whole will be prepared aad the
goods ready for examination on Mosday, Marsh
Term* oaah.
mh?S d ^ J. 0. McQPIBB A CO.. Aaeta.
twcrs Biabteenth and 5ipeteeath streets,"' tha
Household Faraiture aad affects oomprialag, t?
Rush covered Arm Ohalra Mahogaoy 8Ida Chain,
Tnrkifb Louuge and Pillows, Iroa Centre Table.
Walaut What-Not, fide Tables, **
?? Secretary, Book Case,
Rep-covred Lounge Cb aodslers.
Care Peat Arm and Beceptioa Chairs,
Walnut Pxt msion Dlnira Table,
" Cane Beat Arm Dining Ohalra,
Mahogany Bat Rack, Ha'l Chairs,
Cottage Seta. Pine Wardrobes,
Hash and Hair Mattreaeee, Iron Bedsteads,
Cbina and Tin Tu>let Ware. 0 otbes' Backets,
Tin B*fh Tube Venetian Skates,
Malr ut and Mabogaay 8arenas,
Ollt Praise Toilet Olas e?
Brussels Three ply, and Ingrain farpMJ,
Toyether with a general assortment of KitehMl
Terms cash.
neb ad J. C. MoOUIBl A CO.. Aucta.
A I)7 OBBBN St WILLI 4MB Acctloneera
iiQ Lot oi th* Islavb ?On THCR8DAT.
i"?- Met instant, at 5 o'clock p r.i., we ahatl sell la
front of tbn premises, part Lot So. f. in square Ho.
*i3; raid Lot fronfi na llth street, between D aad B
Bire*ta sooth, running back ninety Ave feet too
aod-a-kalf inches
Terms: Obe h&lf eaak, balance 6 aad U moathe,
sects red bv a deed of trust on tka premises
Tl'le indisputable. To be sold without reeerre.
mk29 d OBBBN A WILLIAMS, Aaeta
B? WM. L WALL k 00 , A&et;coe?rs
Ai t*\t Hor^t Bazaar f* Sovth La. atht
tireen 9th and M'tA f.r'ets.
tiok.-Ou BAT DUD AY MORNING, id April.
Just previous to our tale of Carriages, we wi i ?.. U
a fix Ton Platform Scales, such as Is as?d la a
coal yard and baa been ns*3 about si x moaths, and
if in p?Tfast oi-ler. It is of the tineat pattern t?y
Bite^cock, and has taken the peoiutn over ? air
Terms saab.
mfciO_ W. L. WALL A CO., Aucts.
By J. O. MeGtJIRB A CO , Aoc'Ioneera.
at Pohlic Aoctios.?On MONDAY MJBN
I*h April 4th at mo'voek,at the resideooeof W.
M. Col otd Br a , Twelf h atreet, r??tw en Be a Tort
si'i ue aad I atreet, we ai*allse,l his Furniture and
4 ffeet, e< jupririPk?
Eui'.e of Waliut DamasX eovvred Parlor furniture,
coir, v isinc. Large Preach Bofa, one Arm
t Is side Chairs
Gilt frame Mirror. Gilt Window Shades,
Mtrble top tsbles. Walnat Wha'Bot,
fUrardoles, Mantle Vaaee,
Booker, rater tables, ai d Ckairs,
Brusae'is fctair aod Iagraiin (Jarpets,
Brcnte Battree, Cil Cloth
On! ei renaiou Table. 11 Oak Diilag Ckairt,
(11 iBa. Glaas and Orock?ry Ware,
Mahogaay Sideboard, Arctio B fngarator.
A i hats Acafiett, ice Pttoeer
Cooking ard other Stoves,
Together with a general ai sort meat of Kltohea
Terr s fash.
mk.ar-d J. Q. MeQUIRB A 00.. Aacto.
By J. C. MoGPIRB H Co , AoetionesrH.
^ Lore in Sqi'arb 18J on rna hich g*oc?u bi
ifiiit M mkkkt abb Naw H ivpsniaa ave ,?p* a an
th r;ty of a decree of tke t-upeme Coart of thla
District, pasted in a cauM whereui Rigif* \ C> ?re
compla*nants aid tbe widow and heirs of the late
Thonas Smith are defendants, I shall sell to tats
highest bidder, on tbe premises, on the Slut day of
April neat, at 4Ko'o.mi in the att3rnoon, and oa
tinu* from oay to day ti l all is old tee wholx of
Square No. 181. in this eity, (escept tve southwest
coner, beiug ito feet square, ownel bvG. W. R'?<>,
K"t.) Tbe portion of taesquareintendsti to be soil
has bteu divided *ato 4t> lots of ab ut twenty feet
froLt each, with sai ableailevs. Ac . and is a part
( J tbe h trb aiouna between Bizt3enth and 8-irea
t?entb stitets and M street and Mow Hainixfaira
av bob AplatoftUe whole can be seea at J O.
Mr-Guire's auction rooms.
Tie terms as pres.nbM by the d-ioreea^e, ose
irurth of tbe purohaie 'oeuer in oa?b, a&dtho resi
?'Tieai^i*, "wtivp. and sightren ir. utbs, to be ?e
??ut? d ty tbe purchaser's bonds with surety ant a
l>n > n tbe preiuU-s bet-'.ng intTfit from ta?
day ?1 rale AM convevatcng, bonds. As. aad
>tiBi#< to be at the purcha*;'r'e erpensj.
If th? t?TOt ef rale are cot complied with with'n
troui the dav of sale, tie lot o la 6 will
be re-soid at said auction rot-ms. at the pui h \ser*a
o?.>st at <1 rlak. at pab io anntion, aft jr one week'a
notice in the National lntsllieeocer
W RgD'W Trestee.
irb-tf> iawSw J. C. MoGPIRB A 0uv. Ausje
Bv M V BUCBBY, Auctioneer.
. i Scoti.'h Row ?On FRIDAY, tbe Istof April, at
* o'clock p- m , 1 will Mil part of I ota 36 and 87
fronting- on the alley opposite Scotch R w,George
t -en, it} 2 feet front, tunning back no fe?t to tho
Terms cash.
mb 19 at" M Y yCOKBT, Anct.
By J. C McGUIRB &? Co . Auctioneers.
Ai tiob ? On TUB8DAY MOBBING, April
S ii. a*. 1<: o'clock, we a ill sell at House N.i 319P<B
street between L and M. an exceileot assortment
ofltons?fhoM foreituie, comprising:
Mahogany Square Case Piaoo Forte by BoaaaU
Walnat Carved. Crimson Damask Sofa,
'? 8ewing Chair.
2 " Cricion Damaak Window Ottomans,
Marble toy Pier Tab'e. Mirror back,
Walnut Green Velvet covered Arm Chair, Ottoman
" OarveU Antique Arm I hair,
Marble top Centtr and Bide Tabie.
M alnut Cot n?r Hands, Plush covered Arm Chair.
C val giit frame Mirror
Brona.* atd Giit Candelebras and G'ratdolss,
Ball Divan and Side Chairs,
Mahogany Card Table.
Marble Top Cottage Setts. Toilet Sett4,
Pine Wardrobes and Bureaus.
C&ne Beat. Pack. Rockers, and Hide Chairs,
Husk and Hair Mattresses. Gilt Shades,
Peatker Beds, Bolsters and Pillows,
Walnut lxtenslon Dining Table,
Orockery and Glass Ware Cutlery.
Bxcellent Brussels and tires-ply carpets. Oil 0lotto
together with a general assortment of Kitchen
I tensils.
mb?"d**h' J.C.McGUIBBAOo., Auets.
Oimkv Qoahsrhastr'r Ornoa, I
*LrPft Of Wilih*n*t4?, I
osatasiM, a-. Ci, r.: ' f?4.f
at pnblio auetioi. at tae Oorrw,
D '*8DA*^*priUnWjl8fi4^I^of
Condemned as unfit for public service,
Terms oaah ia Government Anas.
B^eetoeomm en oe Vt 10
Brig. Gen. and Chief Qu
mhjfl 2ft Depot o
rVOTlCB -Sv virtae of deetrsiato aei
la against the goods and chattel* lands u?. ?w
treats of JohaC Oook, fox f reaad roots Uoa ooffai
arrears to 8. 0. Magtnder oa the premises eftaate
on Sixth street west, beta een Pe ia?ylvaala aveaao
and^ Mlsxottn^avyae^a^th^l^y oMPeMUgytQBU
premises, oa Ua M " " ?
the improvemeats o
tha atanlsM aboao
and ia an ear to 8 4)
CST Beeeived aad for sale, MMtM. piiMSO

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