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LOCAL news.
Bkowh's Bronchial Trocbks.
The*? Lotenges are prepared from a htehly
recipe for alleviating Bronchial Affec
tions, Asthma, Hoarseness. Coughs, Co Ida. and
Irritation or 8<>rene*s of tV? Throat.
Pubite ' ptakerx and Vocalist*
Will find them beneficial alearine the voice
before speaking or smsir i;,aad relieving the throat
after any unusual exertion of the voeal organs,
having a peculiar adaptation to affections whifh
aSsturo the organ* of speech. m!i 29-d&wtf
COLGATF S liOXEr SO\P.
Th?? celebrated Toilet Seap, in such universal
demand, is made from the choicest materials, is
mild and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scent
ad, and extremely beneficial in its action upon the
?kin. For tale by all Druggistaand Fancy Gocij
Dealers Ja35-eoly
.. , Diskapib.
Samaritan j Orfi U the most certala, safe and
effectual remedy?Indeed, t_:. - vegetable rem
edy *ver discovered. Cnrea ln t,ro to four days.
and recent cases in twenty-four honrs No mineral.
Be balsam, no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken.
It le the soldier'? hope, and ".friend to those whe
da not waut to be exposed. Male packages, #2;
xt*xnBbI0| So*
Samaritan's Root and Herb Jtttrru?A positive and
Jermanentcure for8y phi lis .Scrotala,Ulcers Sores
pote, Tetters, A e. Prioo 01, or six bottle* for *e
Hoia br 8. C. rford. See a-^ertiseaient. ?S '
HARRIED,
O* the 12th in .=t . by Rev. Dr. Butler. JOHN
ROUKhT.^ON , native of Perthshire, Scotland, to
Miss ELIZA A. M. JOHMsON, of this city.
FOB BALK?Two thorough-bred
MA Kkh
One fcas a colt. the other with tea!. For
lurthcr particnlars apvly on 23d street, be
tweenGrad H, to A. BRIDGE. my+U St*
| /|H LKATHKR?LE&THKKI
IIMI PAIS No. I Boot l.-tn )a?t r?ceirei from
Philadelpnia worth or prime Calf 8'<ins
and S*?'e Leather and a large lot of Shoe Finiio jr?
cheap for c*?h, at the stc? of
JOHN C. 8IIAFBR
Kc. i>strJ?t. unte, the
?? 14 Jt* Biehmond Hotel.
? AMWSrMENTS TO-NIGHT
Prv" arri n? .u? i ! J ' antl ftPP*ars as ?' Paul
T*&*i?s SffsgaaK,'ss?drMi*
SKSE* S2?b S&KS5,"?V
METROPOLITAN fiALL Th? fi??K -t.
Streisand the double oomniHil; ? !, Mln
lion. owa Ior at the ensuing elec
ts ^as ca,,ed to order 6v Mr A
Vliii ? \ wbo nomlnated Mr. T\ << rjon
o. cWMr- ?>?
^J~aLPa?tt?1va?S?'SrS.S'B15fd k"
tick9t
Comnnou Council?J. W. Angus, N D I ar
ner and James Skirving
Assessor?H. B. Curtis.
Jhos- Lewis nominated the following
printed on a small green ticket ?
Alderman?Alex. R. Shepherd.
Uommon Council?Wm. G Moore Anthnnr
Eberly and W B. Williams! ' Anthon>
Assessor?H. B. Curtis.
Messrs. Hodgson. Warren, Oueen and Yo^t
a b!i,k,t w^s take,[
70; S^pherd. ti.
* ^.'??mon Council?Angus, 7^: Larner. s?
r7^?; Hi Williams, Si!
?ki?PKtaileJ8^hrew on'eiKhtoffhe white tickets
y* , had? **en ?Q a pile by one man,
and one white ticket containing the Hsimr" of
.iOur persens tor Council.
ilcliet ?^*lair anuouncetl following as the
Alderman?J. F. Brown.
Common t^unvilmen?J. W. Anstus, J:une^
^kxrving and W B William*.
Assessor?Henry B. Curtis.
Pkop. Kkbis' Mav Ball?Owing to a press
J?6 bave n'Klwted to notice
ihe p-And May ball given atUdd Fellows' Hall
^ ! ?.T.enu g '^e instant by Prof
Kreia. The ball was largely attended, and
considered by the '-o'dest indahitant" as on? of
the grandest affairs ot the kind which his ever
transpired in Washington The grand national
ccmic polka ol "Brother .louatiian,?; person
-^e,R,ngs.; aad the "Goddess of
?r!il -, ' , ^lSb A. II , as also ih-> "Irish
A?1U' (waicn w.s repeated,) by Mr M J
glark and Miss T. W were eiecuted in a
style nnequaiied, nnd reflected tne highest
credit upon rheir tutor, Prof. Kreis.
The most interesting feature of the eveninz's
??ntertainment was the presentation of a mi?
nificect gold w?tch and chain to Prof. Kreis. bv
5o,?nPf f.ar.? lrip,ul8 through Prof. Chas. L.
>pies, of I.nltimore, tutor to Prof. K., which
was receiyed witu a lew leeliag and appro
rr!* Vemarks by ,he recipient. The watch
and chain wa? purchased trom the celebrited
jewelry establishment of Behrens & Luca^,
Pennsylvania av? between -id and 1^ streets.
is highly spoken of as a gentleman
and teacher, and is a great favorite with his
pupils, friends and acquaintances. So uni
Tertal is the desire of all present on the above
cve. bali flnd exhibition re
peated, that Prof. K. announces that he has
secured "Pompian Hall,"' Union Hotel, George
town, and will repeat the same on Wednesday
evening, &5th inst., where we doubt not the
Joyers of Terpsichore will flock en nw.sse.
iiSlSEn?,??7S Councils, May 13.-In the
.Hoard of Aldermen, a proposition of Mr. John
t1?15ulld a new mi'r^et house for
?;?,000 was laid oven and the Common Coun.
cil resolution protesting against making Wash
ington a port of entry and Georgetown a dis
trict of that port, was concurred in.
In the Uommon Council, the resolution pro
testing against making Washington a port of
entry was passed, and was referred to the Al
dermen The Board adopted a resolution to
contract with Mr. liheem for a new marker
iiouse. The Board transacted some routine
business and adjourned.
Brio. Gkhs. Stevemson and Rice.?The
oodiee of these officers were embalmed by Br.
.Holmes, at his establishment on Pennsylvania
avenue, and yesterday w?re sent North, each
oodr being in charge of members of their re
spective staff's. Gen. Stevenson's remains were
sent to Massftehuseu-s aud those ot Gen. Kice
to Albary, N. Y. Of the six members of Gen.
.Kice s staff, but two remain, the rest beiug
fither killed, wounded or missing.
Ar.K;'. al of" V^ofN f>Er?.?The steamT Con
necticut arrived about l-> o'clock last night,
trom Belle Plain, briugiug up ooo wounded, the
most of them being seriously wounded?over
live hundred having to tw moved on stretchers,
and among them were fifteen or twenty Con
tederate wounded.
The Utica arrived shortly afterwards with
about 300 wounded, about one half being serious
cases.
A few died on the way to the city.
A Pleasant Time in Pboppect ? See adver
tisement elsewhere of St. Dominic's Sunday
School pic-nie, to be held at the Park, Monday
Msy -?l Everybody remembers the delightful
pic-nics at the same locality by this school last
year, and wiii be eager to secure tickets for the
ctming one The management of the affair is
in excellent hands, and it is sure to be a perfect
fcUCCt'SS.
IslatdDky Goods Stosr.?Messrs Wyth
ert h. Kynix, (lateof Johnson A Snttou's store,)
have just opened a line well-stocked drv goods
Btore on south 7th street, near Bosweli'3 drug
store. This neighborhood of the Island ward
has several handsome improvements made re
cently, and one of the handsomest of them is
this new dry goods store.
Battle of Gett\ sbubo.?A lecture will be
delivered in the Hall ol the House of Repre
isentatives cn Wednesday evening, May 1-th.
The Boston Daily Evening Traveler says of It,
" Mr. Warner is an attractive speaker of easy
and graceful address, of warm and ardent
oratory. He described with great force and
graphic beauty the grand and sublime, but
terrific scenes of battles, and paid a handsome
tribute 3f respect to our brave and heroic
soldiers. Mr. Warner spoke for nearly two
hours with perfect freedom. The audience
listened with strict attention to the close, fre
quently interrupting hi in with enthusiastic
applause." *
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Ji wflbv! Jewllui !'?Oxr Doli.ab.
Gold Plated Jewelry and Silver-Plated Tea
?spoons,- for Oue Dollar at 13^ Peun. avenue,
near 4*.street, at the Dollar Store. my 14 3t*
CoRse, Bcmioks, Bad Nails. Sec.
Persons wishing immediate relief from these
^roubieeome annoyances, should call at Da.
J*?lra'a rooms. No 4*24 Pennsylvania avenue,
between 4>i and Bth street*.
WANTS.
WANTED-A COOK. at 4fi| Tenth street,
ff If
\\T A NT ED IMMEDIATELY?A eood BARBER.
?? at No. A74 7th street, between B and Mary
land fivenne. lmy_l4_2tl E. HECHT.
\VANTED-ln a Sbo? store, a BOY, 1 "? or 17
? ? years of ace. Must come well recommended.
App!j at No. 131 Ponn. avenue. cay lt-3t*
\V ANTED?A WET NTT SHE. white preferred.
" Apply at No.7GR New Jersey avenue. be
iweeti I. and M ?-t- {my 14 1 MRS. GUILDS.
WANTED?Two G IRLS to is'-w and fit work for
h iM^liin''. No Tie but good sewers need ap
ply. 609 ;?th street, up stairs. It*
WANTED?Four fi7?t7lsl7~H0rSE CARI'EN
TKR8. h' the new building, e d of i th street.
near_Hoi mead's burial ground. Apply at SAM'L
Dl'VALL'S erccer\ store, corner ol 20th and I st1--.
my 1-1-31*
Y\7 ANTED - A good. iie?t, intelligent white
vv WOMAN. who underetaudr cooking for a
hotel. Al>o.a WOMAN. who can do plain t-ewinc.
Apply at American HouBe, coriur Penn. avenue
ana 7th street. my 14-St^
\VANTED-A MALE t.'llILD from thesge of
** six weeks to three months. Any person
wanting a trood home and a kind mother for their
child will pleate address Mrs. FI. E., city post of
ilee, with full particulars and address. my 1! 3t*
A!STED-A SITUATION h8 porter, clerk
packer or any work, in a dry good*. whole
sale liquor store, or in any business, by an active,
imn'trious luan o| experience, who speaks French
and Spanish Unquestionable city references given
a* to horn-sty and good cnaracter. Address P. 8.
HECTOR, Washington Post Office, D. C. It*
HOUSE WANTED?a gentleman with a small,
careful family, wishes to rent a small HOUSE
in a respectable neighborhood, in this city or
Georgetown. 1'art of a house will bt- taken, if
suitable. Please address, stating location and
terms. Box 3?J Washington Post Office.
my )4-3t*
WANTED-ACOOK andHOUSEMAID. Apply
to W.G. BU8EY, High street, below Bridge,
Georgetown. my 13-3t*
VVANTED?A good r staurant COOK. AUo, a
? LAUNDRESS.at jrood wages,by A. WITRTII.
43? E street. near 7th. iny 13 St *
w
T ANTED?A $ood DRESSMAKER, to sew a
' few weeks in a private family. Apply at
SJ49 Penn. avenue, between 12th and 13th streets.
south side. my 13-2t*
WANTED?At Washington House, a first-class
MAN as Head Waiter, and two as Side Wait
ers. Corner 3d street and Penn. avenue.
my 13 gt*
\\J ANTED?A tirst-class COOK. Also, a good
DINING ROOM SERVANT, colored pre
ferrad. NoDe but those who can come wt41 rec
ommended need apply. Apply at t>l Misaoari ave
nue, between 3d and 4li sts. my 13 3t
WANT ED- A" BRIC K UOUSK. v.ith from 8 to 10
rooma, situated in a healthy locality. Un
ftV"nis-h?d house preferred. Apply to Major S.
ErtECK. 404 12th street, between I and K.
my 13 St*
\V* ANTED?Two white WOMEN, willing to go h
?? short distance in the country, for the sum
mer. One to cook, wash and iron for a small fam
ilv; anothe-a-nurso for two small children, and
who understands plain sewing. Good reference
required. Apply 39a-4th street, between D and
E. vny 13 3t*
HOUSE WANTED.?An nnfurnished HOUSE,
containing four to effeht rooms; or unfur
nished BOOM?, suitable for hourc-keeping for a
small family. Best of reference can be given.
Rett paid monthly, which must b? moderate. Ad
dress SIS SON, for or.e week, Star Office.
_ m>13 3t^
WANTED?One good BREAD BA KEK. Apply
at the Star Office. _ my 12 3?'
w
\VANTED? A reliable Protestant WOMAN to
* * take rare of child f. or years old \!neric>,n
prefei re dRoom Kbbitt Hou? e ' rj > i> ?{; ?
w U'KVs- iK*"gjgri
W A1?TJDTA COtORKD WOMAN (cookitFTo
rrrn.l^S ?on.ntr?'-t None but those well recom
a^'aarsuBjg; ??$?
oiO per month. Apply ai I^Irs it \ u
nr.ncn Vn T%\.* a i a ' I IlL'*
iny 12 street, between mL and 130'.
(;"ANTT* STONE CUTTERS
t>v i i . , ?tf,?' Caestnut street P.rid^r.
Philadelphia. Wages S3 per day . 1 c l f,ria^,
,nvia?wCLARK' McGRANN A KENNEDY.
ii}i?ssr tont ractors, Ph i 1 ad e! pi i i
Ari7pK|? IMMKWATELY-Tt^HKRVANT
.. uittLo, one lor ijeiiery 1 iioiiRpwnrL* < uf.
hH1.t"lah c^^mberinaid and nurse. 11 stree'
my12 St-* ' tpp?8iteOffice
( : .WANTKD. ? A ) ian who untier"
and :s willing to
cultivate about 2 acre" on sliar^s, in this city can
SJlV*A?TED ? Hy a young niarried
at win' ? penman, quick an4 correct
at ugures. Will devote his whole time and one*.
g.? to the interests of his employer ReeSm
mentation from last emplover. Address "ii "
Georgetown Post. Offiee. inv il "''
(CARPENTERS WANTED-Apply at 470 G
nr ? iw"01" " botw??n 6th and . th street? west,
__n-y 9 lwj JAMES G. ELLI8.
VV ANTED A white GIRL, to do housework for
o-nl.i fwo Pers.ODfs; ? young lady caa procure a
jS .me who would do a little liouEework bv
addre?'0<l Mrs M. A. V., Washington^p7st Office!
W^ANT ED - SECOND 11 AND FPRNlTURE
? ^lh0'- *V.irro". Carpets, Beds, Bed.liag and
Hoofcefurmshing Goods of every description
11. BUCHLY 428 7thstreet.
be^J^an^H^stside*
LOST AND FOUNdT~
T'MMif1 l EfiJK.A^' /in ,ho s,l> oue SORRKI<
him i' ' owner can have
"Jite'lS"*
7 v. ? W, !lard & ,,.otu' from Baltimore D.spot, a'
Pno-K't. ' Fri;laT inorninj, a ROUND HAT
Englishxnaker. Apply to Mr. GORDON, i*t ^
) ?L,w~t'UP ?V.H>?"OUND live monthh
r ' wb.lt0 spot on !iis breast; ears cut. Straye !
awa> from honse No 214 Penn. svenue. A suit
W bt' ff,Ten lor the return, or infor
rnauon- ? niyll-::t?
& 1 (| REWARD.?Lost, on the night of the I3tli
,a 4 o ln6ta?t- K?"?g from the depot to Oth s'
?5r' a b,aek m?rocco WALLRT, containing
^ 56 in Treasur^tiotes. The above reward will be
*;TeD ?f?turiied to DINTON i TEEL Mer
chant Tailors, on Ta. avenue, between Gth and 7th
-? ? ? m> 14 3t a
I OST?On Pennsylvania avenue, or (i street, be
^ tween l. th and 21st'streets, Thur-dav morn
ing, May i'2tli. an oval CAMEO BREASTl'IN. ine
di jm size, the setting representing a wreath. The
th?dJfv=*fll+vreceiye 'Vfu'l.value of th- pin and
thanks of the owner-it ?.e.n % highly priced ana
\o nt-JtoJ-aung it at Kvoia
x>o JI n inderV Building, 17th street mv u-.ii*
FOUND?A POCKET-BOOK, contalnintr aTi^
of money, which the owner can haye by de
scribing contents and paving expenses
l*X AV1 t'ATHRA N,
rrw It *? - M n.?1- Sh,18tcr lc BroV.
my 13-3t No. 33. opp. Center Market,
$10 RjKWABD ?strayed or stolen, from uear
MSF htf 1W 1 nai,f"1?^, a BAY
HUKSK, bet\/een i and 5 yearn old, with forelock
ff returned to*' The aCK,ve re*"ra will be given
W.S. WRIGHT, on north A st..'
ray l?-2t bet. 7th .md sth st-. east.
1 0 REWARD.?Lost, on Mtinaay. the *itb~iTT
? y stant, n liver-colored POINTER Dot. s
months oid. with white spot on hi" hri'nst Any
?.ailr d,r:? to *'? M- U ARR," Sup t
V.N- ? av<,n?"- "car 13th street,
will .ecfive the above reward and thank . f th
owner. mr)^ -t? '
I f) ^kr" Monda> morning.
''it11 ?nstiiit two COWS. One a whit*- cow.
with red spots, neck almest red; the other a rod
row, wt..i ftar in her torehead; the lower part of
her tail white. Both dry,
1 will ^ive*lo tor information f.f both, or f.', for
either ofthHr return, or information where I cau
bnd them. Let r?ie know at the Washington Brew
fer>- jm> 13 3t'* J DENIS KKNAI.Y.
SEyARD.?stolen from thestsble oFwin.
?? ? thf> ,1'*Lt of lk" iJ of May,
1N>4. near Giefhoro> Point, a
, LIGflT BAY HORSE,
? ? bRn^ liitch, three white feet and knee^,
t?Hen in neck, white in forehead, the letters W R
branded on right side of neck: natural racker '
?wi i^,T- thte.,l???v? reward il sent to meor'loft
whe i I < a? get hunin the Dihtrici of Columbia
m.i?i ROLAND, near Giesboro'Point.
111' 1?']u Washing ion, D. Q.
' T Vt!'"' *"!JA, Warhixotos Coc.v
h~t. *?VTl bt,rel>r c?|?fv that James Do\e.
Di^ Mft r rnli'be oounty of Washington, iu the
r*if >!.a' ',ronstt before ine. the sub
s< n>Jer. one of the Justices of the Peace, iu and for
the said county,, tins 13th day of May. A. D. l?;i
hr *' 41 tJ5 ou ,li'' eucl?/sures, one
Day liUKoK >*ith forutop crooDed -witch fft;l
ageu .bout flyers The owner of the iEoiede
scribed horse is requested to prove property pay
cbartres and take him nway. PU
May! AD I>r:di!t-1n'y hand and K,fil li,i3 1Jtk dR>' Of
lu/lu'q** BENJ. S. KINSEY. J. P. fi.. >.]
v A\7^ill/?S^Ilei,,lft3r'ttU)ut 11 o'cl"-k,
ft dar^ 8a!t nOESK, four white lecr?, ?nd a
wii:testripeon his fa-e. with harness. Any one
tl'at *'"! bring him back, on P. street, between 1st
and 2d Bts., will be liberally rewarded
3t C. GRATTB.
iifi?oVBD ~LSst"T0w tl,e 1,?t instant, two
UOBSES. ono ^ar* brown, about 9 yenri, old
left fhoulder shaved and lame in right hind lee'
The e ther a light sorrel, with I. C. on left shoul
?e!Lv TJheabove reward will be eiven if returned
toN. SIBLEY, on 0 street. Island, between 4^
and ?th sts. my H-4t?
RY GOODS AT OLD PRICKS.
D
HRVine bought largely before the late advance
in good*, we sre thereby enabled to sell them for
less th#" the present wholesale prices.
We have a full lire of Dreis Goods, Ladie-' Silk
ani ^ringrioalis, Snn Umbrellas. Bonnets,Flats,
Boys' Straw Hats, White a?.4 Checkered Matting,
Oil Cloths, Ae.
We a*e selling Oottone at case prices. Look to
your interest and cive ns a call.
GEORGE J, JOHNSON ft CO ,
io j IV 31 corner 20th street and Pa a v.
FOR 8ALB?Four large. Bound, well broken
MULES. Sold for n? fanlj .the owner bf,vi!?E
no uae for them, Apply at thV&tar Office
myi-lw*
BALLS, FABTlfS.&o.
AO r. AND P I o -N I u
or
ST. DOM IN ICS SUNDAY 8CHOOI.
M ill be given at the
H'.l f IllPiG 10T\ PARK. Sevtitk ftreet,
On MONDAY. Mar 23d, I8b?.
Ticket- S3 cents. Adtni?sion for cnHdren 10
ceuts.
Cars running from ail part* of the city to *he
Park. my H-7t
F1JKST GRABID "
AVTERNOt'N AND EVENING PIC-NIC
CT THK
Edward Evcrftt Lilrrary Association,
W ILL TAKE PLACB AT THK
WASHiSfiTOS I'ARK. SEVEXTH STREET,
ON TUESDAY, MAY 17,1*464.
Committee c-w rart of ihf Citizens
Jno. H. Sdnme^, Richard Walla^h.
C. If. Utermehle, \sbury Lloyd,
.Tor F. Brown, A.C. Richards,
Tho?. Lloyd, G.H. Plant,
G. T. Panb, J. D. Thompson,
W . M. McCloskey, W. D. Flwood,
.Tames Kteele, Daniel Cox,
John Wheeler, . C. II. Anderson,
II.G.Lorch. JamesSbarp,
Thos. Gallagher. A. G. Ilall,
Philip I iehau, II. Lichau,
Jos. Piatt Jos. Gedney,
Chas. Matlock, H. B. Curtis',
N D. I-arner, Job W. Angtis.
W. B. Williams, Chas. Stewart,
Robt. Warner, n. B McElfrenh,
Daniel O'Brien, George H. Duba.it,
1. Downing, W M. Hopkins.
Floor Managers.
Charle? Hurdle, W. G. Irving,
W.H.Parker, W.G. Fox.
Commitft' Of A rriit\fctmcr\!k
W.H. Andrews. JobnCleary.
James Cross. John Giles,
John Rainier. L. H. YoBt,
Charles Eaton. Harrison Parker.
Charles .Spencer, Joseph Sharp,
,1 RUH'i O. Johnson, W.G. Yost,
Tickets ONE DOLLAR, admitting ? gentleman
and ladies. It*
~?RAND PIC-NIC OF THK
PROSPECT IIILL CEMETERY,
Will be given on
MONDAY, May 1G. 1864, 54
AT LthFFLER'X CITY GARDES, /T
Persons wishing to enjoy them?o!res would do
well to go to this
GERMAN PIC NIC. my l.VSM*
A GRAND PIC NIC WILL BE GIVEN
K* TtlK
II \RMONY SOCIETY OK GEORGETOWN,
MONDAY, May 16,
U E E R r A R K , ,
Seventh street, near boundary line.
Admission "lOeer.ts for a gentleman anil lady.
Capt ScbreiberV Baltimore Brass Band has been
engaged. mv 13- 2t*
K MEET AGAIN IX HALLSOF PLEASURE.
FIRST GRAND-MAY BALL
Of TUB
JUNIOR BACHELOR!"
Will be given on t
TUESDAY EVENING. M-.y )7th. ISA.
At TEMPERANCE ?ALL. ,
E rt., between 9th and P th sts.. Washington, ft. C. j
Master of Ceremonies?Lieutenant C. 1' . Ran"!.
Floor M4KAubr8.
Eli Garrett. William Dougherty.
Henry Booraem, A. 8. Brewer.
Committee.
W ll.Bonrke, GeorgeS. Garrett,
J. B. Burton.
This being the las;t Ball of the season, we re
spectfully re> in est all who wish to partici pat.- to
honor us v.itb their presence. We pledge ourselves
that nothing shall occur to mar the pleasure of
the evening.
Tickets, admitting a gentleman and ladies, ?2;
can be obtained at John F. Ellis's Music store, or
at the book stores on Penn. avenue, between Sth
;inil 10th sts. my IS-11*
<;
?N,
Ik
P
1 NIC!
A Gr:*.!;(l P!e Nic v.lll bo given by th*
T it J O C L U I!
AC
r.rcKFRrs garden.
On MONDAY, May JtiTii, 1*01
a.
Daticing to commence at.] o'clock p. in.
Th?> Committee pledge themselves that no pains
will be spared to masce it a pleasant affair.
my 12 )t*
HJ . RUSSELL'S M A Y B N LL
? ' Will be repeated at
FELLOWS' HALL, Vary Yard,
o*
MONDAY. May 16th. ,
Ticket- ONE DO EL A R; to be ha'l of th?
Managers :
James Lotan, Theo. McChuI-j ,
E.Castell. T.King.
J as. H. Weaver.
EXHIBITION.
Scotch Dance, by Misses.
Fisher's Hornpipe, by a Gentleman.
La Cochuca, by Misses.
Sailor's Hornpipe, by a Gentleman
College do by a Master.
Highland Flinsr, by a Gentleman.
Army and Navy Hornpipe, by a Gentleman
my 11 W,S&MSt*
A GRAND PIC NIC WILL BE GIVEN
nr thk
YOUNG CATHOLICS' FRIEND SOCIETY.
AT THE PARK,
On WEDNESDAY, Mav 1?th.
The Committee of Arrangements pledge them
selves to do everything in their power to make it
pleasant to all who may attend.
Tickets .VI cent". my 4-2aw2w&d
I
R. LABBES MAY FESTIVAL!
F. R. Labbe'a May Festival w ill tak? place
TUESDAY EVENING. May 17th, at his'.-all,
on Penn. avenue, between 6th and 7th sts.,
directly opposite the Metropolitan Hotel./
over the store of Me?*r><. (i. it T. Parker * '
Co. No ladies will be admitted without receiving
an invitation directed by F. R. Labbe.
Servants positively not admitted in the dancing
hall. mr4'Jw*
1GHTH 0RAND OPENING
MONDAY, May 2d, of
GEO. JUENEMANN'S f
PLEASURE GARDEN,'
corner of 4th and E streets north.
East Capitol Hill.
Dancing every Monday afterooon. The Pl?as?
uro Garden is so improved that it cannot bo beat?n
by any other of the same sort in this city, and can
be truly recomn^uded to parties and societies for
pic nics. ^ GEO. JUENEMANN,
ap29-lm* ? Proprietor.
ace on
A
zai
For sale.
A SECOND HAND WAGON
AND DIIAY.
my 13-.it MURRAY ,V SKMMES.
tpoWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, bv the
A Potomac Tow Company's bonts, "Potomac,"
"Gov. Curtin" an 1 "Belle Haven." Apply to the
Captains ?n board, or t<i
JOHN B. DAVIDSON,
my 13-tf 59 Water street. Georgetown.
M^oIuTnEW AND STYLISH
BLACK SILK MANTILLAS.
Just received this day. a beautiful assortment of
Black 8ilk Sacaues and full Circulars, with a full
stock of Grenadine and other tnin Shawls. Many
great bargain* in the lot, to which the attention
ol the ladies aro invited. J. W. COLLEY,
my l.t-St j>23 7th street, near Pa. avenue.
IYJ0TICE.?All persons indebted to me for MED
I* ICAL SERVICES previous to January 1st,
IRtU. are respectfully requested to settle th< same
by celling on Mr. Vv. Eliot, Drtrggist, corner of
F and !2tn ftreets, who is authorized to receipt for
any money paid him forme, otherwise their ac
counts w ill oe placed in the bauds of a collector.
my 13-3t* R. H.SPEAKE, M D.
I\JEW AND STYLISH
11 DRESS GOODS.
Opcne<l this day, a large and elegant assortment
of new and styl ish Summer Dress Goods, many of
them bought at less than the importers' prices,
and will be sold at a small advance to close out at
once. The ladies are specially invited to call ?&rlv,
J. W. COLLEY.
my 13-fit No. ;?33 7th strxet.
SS. CORK1N Ar CO.,
WHOLESALE HE A LERS IN
STRAW GOODS, RIBBONS, FLOWERS, LACES.
AND MILLINERY GOODS GENERALLY.
71 North Second st., Philadelphia,
2H3 Penna. avenue, fouth side, near lf'tl* street,
Washington.
?af'Goods sold at Philadelphia and New York
prices. Pesitively no retailing.
my 11! lw? e W THORN.
jy O T I C E .
IMPORTANT TO DEALERS IN TOBACCO CI
GARS AND FANCY GOODS.
Having just returned from Europe, and desiring
to make room for a new building,! will sell off my
entire stock of Cirars. Tobnw.u, Pipes aad Fancy
Goods at reduced prices.
My stock consists of old Cigars, Cue jrenaine
Virginia Smoking and Chewing TobaccOjAr.Ac.
JOHN C. BACKER,
my 11-lw* No. 231 Pa. ?v.. near ?th st.
{"GRANGES AND LEMONS?
ORANGES AND LEMONS!
ORANGES AND LEMONS 1
1,000 BOXES MESSINA ORANGES.
Prime Sweet Fruit.
300 BOXES LEMONS.
Just arrived at JONES A CO.'S,
__myj-8t' Corner feth and D streets.
486 P1CTUIi,? CORDako TASSELS. Ac.
The largest and handsomest assortment of Tio
ture Cora and Tassels, Rings, Noils, Ac., in the
District lust received at
J. MARKRITER'8.
No. 486 7th street, eight doors above
Odd Fellowb" Halt.
_iSrTerniscash. ap llmlf*
486 OVAL PICTURK 1KA5IES.
A beant'fnl assortrrent ef Gilt and Dark Oval
Pictures; also, a variety of Carte de Visit* Frames,
at J MARKRITER'S. 4!*6 /th streer.
Eight doors above Odd Fellows* Hall.
TeriBE cmU av
*
tm
5AL1
FOR RENT AND SAlE.
OK BI!KT?A roatiy f^RNf?HKI> ROOM.
suitable for one or t*?i> jovt&z g?otli men, on
'"*1 ??ti p<??, $ door* south of I. rn? M !*? *
FH>R *ALE ? A two-sto-) and ?!!ir FRAM1
UOCSB. ^ithdtf-d on lith s'.rect. Island. Iu
luirn at 675 opposite. tnr 14 lw*
EpOR RENT-Two wellTurniBhed~ROOMS. "Also,
r h small trell furrncfce<} HOUSE. Tvith gas and
hath. Apply Rt 3f>;> H street, second door from 8.
W. comer of II and Kith sis. or 11 zt
FOR SALE?The Good-Will. Stock Rud Fixt?irt--i
oT the MONUMENTAL HOUSE, near the D
pot. Apply Rt the corner of L3fh end D Kireuts, to
M. KELLY. my UJl*
FOR RENT?Six or 6even ROOMS, convenient
for a small genteel family, with err without
furniture, in a pleasant and healthy location. In
quire at ?iI north A street. Capitol Hill, between
1st andjMstreets east llt'l AMOS HUNT.
FOR KENT?A large COUNTER, spleadidly fit
ted up. at 44S 7th street. opposite the PateDt
Office. It is a very suitable location for the Jew
elry or Cigar aud Tobacco busint-ss. Apply at ln
ternationa] Saloon. 41-* 7tl> street. my 14-3t
FOR ItENT?Thre" large unfurnished ROOMS,
on second floor of house 44H7th street. oppa
Fite the Pa ent Office. A Tery pood location for
the Photograph or any light business. Appl?at
"International Saloon," 4l!*7th st. my M-3t*
BOOMS FOR RENT?At "Mount, ]PlewuntT"
north of Boundary street, between 7th and
14th strict?. Delightful re?idence for persons do
it g business in the city and desiring a country
residence. Inquire at grocery store, corner of M
and Kith gts. my 14-St^
|\ETERM1NED TO SKLL-12.U00 feet or IM"
1/ PROVKD PROVERTY, Rt half it* value. Two
tie* PRICK HOUSES. at fi.MJ <ach. Thr*-?
FHAMli 1IOUSE5, a1 f< JS'W each. Fine BU 11,11
ING LOT, with advantage of t\?o brick walls, 5)
by l(ii. MITCHELL & SON,
Real Estate Brokers,
oiy M SI' S. K. cor> Pa. rt. and 15th st.
UMALL LOTS FOR SALE VERY LOW.
Ten Lots on 21st, above N street.
Four Lots ou N street, ae av 21st. One of the best
locations in the First Ward.
Six Lots on 21st. above R street.
Six Lot< en 2 th. above C street.
Four Lots on Pennsylvania avenue, between fith
and 7th streets east.
Ten Lots on 1) street, between 6th aud 7th east.
To be sold very low at priv ate sale if taken be
fere June 1st. Call at '111 I street.cornerof 17th,
between 4 and <> o'clock p. m. my 14 eofit
1
comraunieHting. for rent; also. one furnished,
at 49:i L street north, second door from 1 th street
west. Rent moderate. Relerenccs t,i?en and re
quired. my i:\2t ^
STORE I-01! RKNT?A good business stand, suit
able lor grocery and provision store, with two
rooms adjoining, corner Ktli and II streets. In
quire 552 H street, three doors east of 6th street.
ni5 13-.H"'
T/OR SALE?The 1EASE of a store on Penn.
J. avenue, located between loth ami 13th streets.
A goodsland for any business. J'rice moderate.
Apply at 544 Penn.avenue. between 1st and 2d
streets, in the Jowelrv Store. my 13 3t'
f|>0 LET A Ihorou ghly-F L RN IS 1 IE Oil OU S K,
1 with all modem conveniences; gns and water
iu chambers; large yard, with pump and hvdrHiit
water. Apply So. 1 K street, corner Pth and Mass.
avenue. ^ my.l3-3t*
F?OirRFNT - A STABLE and CAKRIAGK
HOUSE, with stalls tor twr horses. Apply at
No. 12*2 ItitB street, bctvreeu H nn l 1 in> Ijj-1 W*
f^Olt RENT?To gt-ntleinen onlv, one large fur
bished CHAMBER. Call at 35- 7th street,
between 1 and Mas-!, avenue. my 12-5t*
rpTlE COPARTNERSHIP t?'ereU?fore
J. rier tho name of EDW AKD8 A B RON SON was
dissolved bj mutual consent ok April 21?t. Ib64.
iny 12-31*'
j^OBRENT'Tin- new HOUSE on Mod dart st"
r near Congrcss?t..inGeorgetown,isn?w ready
(?if occupsr.cy.
r..yl2 3t* _ JOHN nARRT. |
fcMiR RENT?To r party jiorehasintr the furni
r ture.aBOUSEeont&iniug siK roonisand kitch
en. Appiv ntS*"-! 6th street, between M nod N
streets. ' mb 12 3t"
F'OR RENT?Two wall-furnished ROOMS to sin
gle gentlemen, w ithout board. Also, a large
Rocm on Ph. avenue, for a doctor, dentist or pay
master's office, or any light business. Apply ht
47 ? 13th street, near the avenue jny 3t^_
"RAKlilCH ANCF..?AiTi-t nbiT-lieil. good pay
ing. respectable BUSINESS, may be pur
ehssed very low; the proprietor wishing to engage
in other business. For particulars address \ K
C . St.?r Otti'-e. my 12-3t*
l/OK KKNT. IN THE COUNTRY.rThe flecoiKl
I (ioor of a comfortable DWI-.LL1NO, situated
about live miles from Washington, on the Rail
road to Baltimore. <iarden attached. Apply to
Room 36 (first floor) General Post Office
my 12-31*
A RARE CHANCE.?FOR SALE, tl.e Stock,
Good will and Fisturiof tbe ?ILl.ARO
HOTEL STABLES, one of the best stands in
Washington. Ii. (J., conr-isting of Horses, Car
riaees. Bugffles, Ac. For particulars inquire of
THOMAS CLARK, at tbe Stable,
niyl2-l?* 14th fet., below Penn. avenue.
I/?OE SALE?The Stock and Good Will of a GRO
CERY. now doing a good cash business. _ This
r rare opportunity offered to any one wishing to
in business. Inquire at this office, or to S. II.
b
>ing i
is a :
go _
BACON, 303 south side Penn. avenue, between
4.'fc and Cth streets, or BARBOUR. SJfiMMES &c CO.
Pent moderate. iny 11-lw*
I^OR HALE?A three-storj- and basement BRICK
_ HOUSE, Ctintaining eighty large rooms, sit
uated on lfth strfet, between N and O; been built
about three years. Price $2,&t'0. A two-storv
I'RAME HOUSE, containing six rooms, situate.1
on 8th street, between L aud M; under rent for f'l t
^er mciutU. Price $1,S00 Three pma'l f'RAMB
I0USE8. situatod on oth street, between V aud 0.
Island. Apply to D. I1AUPTMAN. >>12 tlth
street, three doors north of Penn. avenue.
my 11-lw*
OtJsK FOR SALE?Ou Murv land avenue,
tween Oth and 7th streets. A three-story
BRICK IIOUSE, with frsme back building?11
rooms and passage. Lot 24 by luO l'eet.
F. 31 ACE. Real Estate Broker,
mytl-Gt* 517 7th street.
OR SALE-A three-story BRICK HOUSE, No.
51^ Maryland avenne, near 6th street, bal
cony in front, and contains 11 rooms. Terms made
very easy, and price low. The owner can be seen
anv evening al t?r6*"- o'clock at the house. Title
perfect. RICHARD BARNHOUSE.
my 11-lw*
FPOR SALE?A three story BRICK HOUSE and
lot on 8th street, between I> and E south.
For further particulars inquire at R. W.JOIIN
SON'S coach shop, on 12th street,No. 553,between
B and O. my l?-t>t*
Ii^OR SALE?Furniture snd C.ood Will of a
BOARDING-HOUSE, containing 10 rooms and
a number of boarder*. Inquire second door from
4? ! streut, on P street south, near Arsenal Gate,
my 10-1 w*
I?OR SALE?A smsl FARM, of &: acres, in Mont
1/ gomery county, 12 miles from Georgetown and
miles from the canal. Location healthy. New
DWELLING IIOUSE, (small.) Six acres in high
cult'n ution, and the balaica in oak nnd pint- tim
ber. WM. KIEOOl R,
my 10-5t* Attorr ey and Trustee, 51T 7th pt.
RARE CHANCll FOB SALE?HOUSE on K
. street, near the corner of 19th. containing
four rooms and a bar room attached, with the full
li.ttures and full license, and two years aud five
months lease, Inquire of TllOS. McCAMA, owner,
my 9-lw*
70R BENT?A delightful RESIDENCE, with
Furniture. -?n Georgetown Heights, on the
F
square between Ureon and Montgomery streets,
above Stoddard st. Possession given ou the lOtb
of June next. For ti rius, Jc?., apply on the preia
ises. my 6
OR SALE-A FRAME HOUSE, with live sores
of ground, orchard, Ac., on the Rock Creek
road, si* mile* from the eity and two from Fort
Hiocum. For t<jruis, A:c , apply w ithout de'.av to
MITCHELL & SON. R al Estate Brokers. IStU
street, il door south of the avenue.. sj 8>2;v *
870R~SALK-tt.00<f acres of~rich FARMI KG
LANDS in Iowa (llardin, Story, Wright, and
Franklin c<iuntie=;) 4,000 acres in Minnesota;
tracts from 40 to G40 acres. Located 18'>i>. Patents
from the Gover nment. Will exchange for property
In or near Washington.
FOR SALE?Two and .1 half yaars' lease of a
store property on Penn. avenue, dow renting for
1200 per month, will be sold, with Confectionery
Stock, Soda Fountain, and Fixtures complete.
?13,000 for a property fronting 40 feet 011 Penn.
avenue; a three-story brick building, having tvo
stores and eight lar^e rooms additional, now rent
ing for f2,7('Ojfcer year.
MITCHELL & SON, Real Estate Brokers,
ap 3o-lm* Southeast eor. Pa. hv. aud 1.1th st.
flTinHn WlLLBtYWJBT EASE of ft large,
commodious IIOUSE, with storo aud
stable attached. Address 31r. LEASE, Star office.
ap21-lm*
I^OR SALE ?On reasonable terms, one of th.
most productive FARMS in Montgomery couti
tv, Md.; 22 miles from Georgetown, D. G., !,'?from
Seneca Mill; lying on Chesapeake and Ohio Oanal.
It has fine quarries, cue of flagging ntoue, good
buildings, and tine fruits. For terintf inquire of
ROBERT PETER, on the premises. ? ?l?25eoliu*
(COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE" IN HOWARD
?> COUNTY.?A comfortable Cottage containing
7 rooms with about 10 acres of laid, situated on
Washington turnpike, LM miles from Jessup'sDut
Station, on the railroad. There is carriage houAo
and stabling for several horses; also feed hbuse
aud store house. A fine orchard junt commencing
bearing; also small fruits. _ The lunite has been
puiuted throughout this spring aud is verv nicely
situated; has a porch the entire frint.with large
flower garden. Daily fare to Waihinrton can be
reduced to a very trilling amount by takiug a com
mutation ticket. Price?C.0C0. _ Key at Mr._ Thos.
Rowe:s. adjoining. For auy further p&rticularfl
address JOHN KERMODE, 91 north Eutaw street,
Baltimore. ap 22-eolin*
IT'OR^SALE OR RENT?A firstrrate two-story
FRAMK H017SK, containing nine rooms, to
gether with nine BUILDING LOTS, all set out with
choice fruit, such as peaches, pears, plums, cher
ries, grapes, all of the nest selection; with a pump of
excellent water in the yard; on the corner of G and
lilth streets and Penn. avenne east. For further
particulars cafl at residence No. 57 5.
ap 16-lin* D.CARROLL.
OR SALE?A valuable SLAUGHTER lIoTIi
PROPERTY, 25,<tW feet of ground and im
Srovenu nts, as follows: Slaughter house. 16x45;oue
o..2:txa6: ire house. SixS1!; stable 18x2.1?substantial
brick buildings; cattle and stable yards well paved,
admirably adapted for a soap aud candle factory or
tannery. Will be sold for &>,(^o
MITCHELL & SON, Real Estate Brokers,
ap lfr-lm southeast cor. Pa. av. anil lf>th et.
IpOR RENT?WltSi or without Board, an excel
lent PAKLORand several well furnished BED
ROOMS, at 450 12th street, within fire minutes
walk of the Kirkwood House, Wlllardgt and the
Patent Office, Post Offlce and Treasury and State
Department*. The location hi unsurpassed in
Washington, 2icchlidr*n In the hoaae. de 27-tf
SALE-An ENGINE **a BOILER: 6 to W
r horse power, complete. Ap I at DUVAL'S
t'o?D<lr?-, Gturj,tUwn, D, my? lw*
AUCTION SALES.
Fer nfctr AufHti &>!?? im lift pt*
THIS ArTERWOOW AWP TO-IWORRPW
I^T J. C. HcQUIHI h 00,, AacMonwn.
chancery sal*,of~v~aluabli improved
A*D UN1MPR0VRD PHOPX&TV ON DELA
WARE AYENCE.BE7WE*N B AND C STS.
HORTH, NEAR THE UAPITOLGATE
On fATURDAY AFTERNOON, May 14th, at e
ci'clock,on the premit.es, by virtu??fe Jiwre* o?
the late Circuit Court aud an mo^ndt-d decree of
tbe Supreme Court cf the Di-trict of Columbia,
s.tticff as a Court of Equity, the Utter decree datod
April i&th. V?f>4, and rendered in a cause No. 738,
vherein Elirabeth Brent i- complainant, and Jhas.
E. Brent, and others, defendant*, the undersigr.-d
Trustee will sell all of Lots 8, 9,parts of 7 and 10. in
Square No G3S, a* follows?
Pert of tot Nr. 7, fronting 30 fe?t on Delaware
avenne, between north B and C streets. and run
ning back 1<? ftet to b 30-feet ailcr, improved by ?
substantial anrt well built
BJblCK DWELLING-HOUSE WITH BACB
BUILDINGS.
A'lcf Lot So 8,fronting e<? feet 6 inches on Dele,
ware avertie. bet ween North B and C streets, acd
runuh g back an average depth of feet to a 3*
feet alley, improved by a large aid well arranged
BRICK DWELLING-HOUSE WITH BACB
BUILDINGS'. . .
Part c f Lot No. 10, frontine 35 feet 8 Inches ob
Delaware avenue, between B an^ G streets u >rth.
running back about 140 feet to a 15-feet alley.
All this r Suable property is siuated within a
very short distance of the North Gate of the Cap!
tol and if the proposed extension of th? Capitoi
grounds i*consummated will be immediately ad
Joining,
Term*: One-third cash; the remain.-Hr in ?ix and
twelve months, with interest, secured to the satis
faction of the Trustee, cr ail cash, at the option cf
purcbafe-r. . _
Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur
chaser.
Early possession of the buildings will be given.
J. CARROLL BRINT, Trustee
ap2T-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucte.
BY
C. R. L. CROWN A CO., Auctioneers.
A VALUABLE LOT AT AUCTION AND A RARR
CHANCE PUR INVESTMENT. AS THE OWN
ER 18 ABOUT TO LEAVE TUE CITY.
We will sell on SATURDAY. Miay Ilth. at 5 p.
m., on the premises, being Lot number nine. (9.?
in Sqaare No. 460. Said lot front!* 20 feet ou,7th
stre?t wefct. between south H anl south I street-'.
Island, running back 12C feet to a 20 foot alley.
The above named property lies witliin two squares
of the steamboat wharf. Sale without reser-e.
Title good. Terms oncli. All conveyances at tho
cost Of the purchaser.
my 12-3t* C. R. L. CROWN A CO.. Aucts.
B
Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
IMPORTANT BALE OF CHOICE LIBRARY
BOOK 8.
On WEDNESDAY EVENING. May 4th, at 7
o'clock, at the Auction Rooms. and continued ea*h
(succeeding Eveuing, at the same h<ur, until the
whole Is disposed of, we shall sell, without reserve,
a portion of the Library of th? lat? Chas. F. Mayer,
of Baltimore, Md., to which valuable additionn
from another source has been made, the wh le
comprising Miscellaneous and Scientific Work?, Il
lustrate^ Edition, Setbof Monthlies, Pamphlets,
Congressional Document?. Ac., Ac. -
Terms cash. -
fcs"" Catalogues now ready for delivery.
ap.3i'-dtf J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts,
B
Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
> ALU ABLE LOT ON NORTH K FT., BETWEEN
FlUb'f BTREKT EAST AND DELAWARE AVK
NUE.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON,May 19. at 6 o'el*,
or t!:e premises', we shall sell. Lot No s, iu Square
No.715. flouting 00 feet on north K street, between
First stjeete*st and Delaware avenue, and running
back 1C0 feet
Terms: One third in cash,the remainder in th-ee
fisG s x months, with interest secured by a deed of
trust on the premises.
Cor vevar.ces at the cost of the purchaser.
my.ii d | I'fp | J. C. McGCt BE A CO. ? Aucts.
OY THOMAS DOWLING, Auc-t'r; Georgetown,
furniture, oroce&ies, wagon, car
BI AGES, Ac.. A c .AT AUCTION.
On WEDNKMMY BIMRN1NG, May 20, at lio'clk,
1 vntl set!, a? my Auction Stora. No. 17-1, Bridge
street near the Ma'ket IlTuse. a g >od assortment
of Household Furniture, Ac., Ac.?
ioto; Groceiitsnnd Crockery Ware. Ac.,
4 B- xes Window Glass.
1 Wagon and Harness.
2 Carriage* and Harness,
And many other articles too numerous to men
tion. *
iny.lt St THOMAS BOWLING, AucV
B
? J. O. MctiUIBX A CO.. Auctioneers.
15
MCE TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE
WITH BACK BUILDING ON TE.< TH STilEET
BET WEEN O ANDP STfETS.
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON,May 0),at??; o'clock,
on the premises, we suall sell parts of Lot 24. in
Sauar * No. 3S-;, fronting on Tenth streut weit.be
iween O and P streets north, and running hack. 95
feet to a public alley, improved by a well built and
conveniently arranged two story Brica Dwelling
Uou.se with Brica. Back BuUding ana containing
si* rooms.
Terms: One-half in cash, balance in six months,
with interest, scoured by a deed of trust on the
premi-es.
B^'Early possession given.
nay.14 d .1. 0 McGUI RE A CO.. Ancte.
J?Y J. C. McGUIRE fc CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTIE S SALE OF_SMALL FRAME HOUSE
AND LOT ON F0CRTKENTH STREET BE
TWEEN L AND M STREET.
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. June 15th, at6
o'eloek.or* the premises, by virtue of a deed of
trust fr"m Henrietta M. Foote, to the subset ibe<*,
dated Jnne 17,1H">8, and duly re -orded in Libet J .
A. 3. No. l&fi folios No 4-'4, et se?K one vf the Laud
Records for Washington County. D. C..I shall s-^U,
the north 22 feet front,of Lot No. lo, in Square No.
217. running back 123 feet to a 30-toot public alley,
snd improved by a two-story Frame Dwelling
llouso.
Terms: One-third in ra?h;the remainder in sit
and twelve months, with interest, secured by deed
oftrustonthe premises.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur
chaser.
If the terms of Sale are not complied with in Ave
days thereafter, the Trustee reserves the right to
re-sell at the cost of the defaulting purchaser, on
' one week's uotic in the Kveuin* Star.
I RICHARD A. HYDE, Trustee,
my.14-2aw.itds J. C. McGUIRE A CO . Auctg.
Y W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
8. W. corner Ba. av. and 9?li st.
GROCERIES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, AND TOBAC
CO AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY MORN IN ft 17th inst ,atl(ioclk,
will sell at the Auction Rooms, an assortment
of Groceries, Liquors, A c., comprising?
Harreifi and boxes of Coffes.
Boxes Brown, Yellow aud Castile Soap.
Cases Sauce. Catsup. Tomatoes,llilk,
Cases Fruits, Jellies, Sardines, Meats.
Boxes Tobaaco, Cht-wing and Smoking.
.HO boxes Sperm, Adamantine and Mould Caudle*,
flu boxes Pepper Cinnamon, and Ginger,
Boxes Maple Sugar and Preserves,
8 barrels superior Apple Brandy,
1 pipe Holland Gin,
3 bairels old Mouo^^ahela Whiskey,
SO barrels old Bourbon Whiskey,
J."t octave Brandy,
10 bsr.-eln Gin.
9 baskets Chaiupagn".
Bo-<ca Bitters, Herring, and Beef.
Al.80.
Lot Clotliing. Small Stores, and Hats,
Lot Grate Sacks and Tents,
Kegs White Lead, ana Paiut.
Sugar mill, Scales. Counter, Ac.
my,14-3t WM L. WALLA CO., Auctfl.
JJY GBJCEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
tTRU8TEE"S SAL1.
By authority of deed of trust and a decree gf
the Supreme Court of this District, passod in the
ccusm of English Dodge and Cox acalnst Ohas. II.
aud Win. H. Veaable. the subscriber will, on the
ICth day ol May ue-xt, at five o'clock in the after
noon. expose to bale at auction, to the highest bid
der, the following property in this city, near the
Navy Yard, namely. Lot No. 16 and part of 17, in
Square No. 817 beginning at tbo northeast ceruer
of said lot 16, frouting on Sixth street east and
running thence south 72 feet, thence west 100 eet
1 inch thence north *l feet, thence east 105 feet 1
inch to the beginmug.
There are on this parcel of ground five tenements
a'jrt each will be sold separately, with a soflicient
portion of ground attached to each.
Terms: One fourth of the purchase money in
cash, sni the residue at 6,12 and 18 months, with
interest, for which tke purchaser's bonds, with
surety, will he taken, and a lieu on the premises
sold re tained. A deposit of & on each lot will be
required t?t the sale.
Deeds, certificates, bonds, stamps, at the pur
chaser^ cost.
If the terme are not fully complied with within
five days from the day of salo, the propsrty will be
resold at the defaulter's risk and cost.
W. RCOIN. Trustee,
ap 13-3tawAd* GREEN A W'.LLiAMS, Aucte.
pABM AT AUCTION, SALE~POSITIVE.
I will sell, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY,
25th day of May, the tine estate known as Mount
Zephyr. It contains 645 acres of prime upland in a
high state of cultivation, fioe dwelling, too t tens
ing, a variety of choice fcruit, growing croot>, stock
and household furnlfnr?. fttf. It is about miles
from Mount Vernon Wharf. 6 from Alexandria, 13
from Washington Citf.. ?
Terms: for personal prop?rtv rash: for real es
tate, oue third cash, one-ttiird in three years, one
third in six years, with interest, semiannually.
For further particular# address Wui. Ward, Mt.
Zephyr, Alexandria, Va.
W. J. BR0W5, Auctioneer,
my,2,G,7,11,14,17,21,26,
Black silks? black silks!
VERY CHEAP.
A fine assertme-nt of superior Black Silks rang
ing ill price from SI up to very ilno grades.
AW. a small lot of Check, Iudia and French
Silks.
Ten pieces lianrtsorwe plain Colored Silks, all
very ch?:ip. J. W. COLIWY,
lay 13 5^ 7lh rtrcet, near Pa. avenue.
~| R. FOLEY. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
?P. dealer in Ceal Oil, Lamps. WicKs, Cliiinnies,
Ac., China, Glass Ware, Table Cutlorv aud Honse
keeping Article' generally. No. :i 16 F street, be
tween loth and lith streets, iuvites the attention
of restaurant keepers, housekeepers and others to
Irs stock, which is complete iu every departnu-nt,
and will be sold at the loweat tlgur? for cash.
Goods delivered to part 6f the city or Geor*e
town free of charge. my 13 31' %
FOR SALE?a SORREL MARE, five years old;
Is a fine traveler; goes well to harness
and saddle. Can be seen at JOHN BLIGH*8
stable, corner of 12th and C streets. Will^^^
be sold at a bargain, the owctr is going West.
MILK DAIRY FOR" SaLE-Largs bo tol trade
and a- good retail route. For particulars ad
4re? Cltr Pc?t Giht? Bel 9IT. my 7-8t^
AUCTION SALES.
IXTVRB DAYS.
pY GREEN A WILLIAMS, iHbOMtn.
PEVBN TAir A ILK BUILOIKO LOTS IN T91
h OR I H K&N PART OF THE CITY AT ADO
TiON
On MONDAY, the lfith Instant, at 6 o'rteelt, p
we ahal sell in froct ot tbe >remives. in Square Ne.
8'3, Lots Hp R ?. ,m and J?. on M street north. &?
twten 4th and Mb ?tr>et? west: *?o.Lot. No tl, in
Square No. SU. fronting t oO street n?. rth, batwa??
fib and 5th street* *Mt.
Teims: One third c?sh, balance in 6, It, end IS
months.'or note bearing Imereet, secured by ?
deed oftrcst cs the prea>i*e*.
All eotiv* yaocinc ud rer?nue stamps at the eoM
of the purchaser. ?
jnjr.n d GREEN A WILLIAMS, AntIf.
pVj;c McGUIRE A CO , Auctioneers.
VALUABll LOTS ON MASSACHUSETTS ATM
NH N>AR UTH STREET AT 1'CBLIO 8ALB |
On V ON I) AT *rTBRN<K)N, May W, at?oY.io?k.
on the premises, we shall sel', Lot Pip. t,
No 2m. fr< nting i?o fe?t tinches, on KumcIi
eett? avenue, ni d t&2 fret 11 toche*. ?? M ?tre??t,
bt-insr tae corner Lot at the iotnrsectii?n of P'?r
teentb stre?t. M street and MnvtrVaMtUtT'ku*.
atvd immediately opposite the flnt residence or
thus U?ll I-q. It will bt divided into small
Building lots if desired.
Also, im irately after, we sfca'l cell, l ot He W,
in Squar-* 2C, f-ontiog 06 fie* on M ustacho.se tig
nveiuebetwe n Tbirti??*uth and Fourteenth *t? .
ar.d rumitf bach to aS-footalley, to be divide*
into ft>or lots of 16 feet 3 inches each
Terms: Ore third in cash, the remainder in six
and twelvemonths. with internet,aecuredbyadee*
of trust on the premis s.
Conveyance at the rust of tee purchaser.
my io d | Rep. 1 J. O. McG^IRB & OU.. A net*.
J. C. McGUIRE A: CO., Auctioneire.
BT
ELEVEN BUILDINO LOTS IN THR TTOINTTT
01 FOtRI EBNTfl AND P STREETS AT PUB
LIC AUCTION.
On MONDAY AFTERNOON, Mar 6, ?tC o'olMfc,
ou thf premises. we shall set!, Eleven *ood Build
ing Lot* hi Drary's tab division of Sgasre Mo WP.
situated betw-en Fourteenth and Fifteenth strae*
west, and north P and Chestnut street
Terms: One f. urth in cash, the remainder in ail.
twelve, and ei:rbt?en months, with inter*it secured
by a dtei! of trust on the premises.
Conveyance* *t the cost of the pnrehaeer.
?V A cash pajment of #20 on cach Lot wi.l be rt?
quired at the time of sale
my,7-d J. C. MeGCIRE A CO. Act**.
B
Y B LEWIS A CO.. Auctioneers.
LARGE CLOSING OUT SALE AT AUCTION.
At oHr Store, No. 4'J7 Seventh xtrpet, ott MON ?
DAY ne\t, the ifctfi in-t.. ht 10 o'clock s. ro . v?
t-bnll sill m great variety of Fancy G^ods, Silver
Plated Cii^tors, Tea Sets, Tea mid TnVI?" Spoons,
Foi ks. Krive-., Cup-. Ato . lev Pitche. s, Tabu- and
Pockit Cutlet v. I'aneySoap. Writing Paper, Spool
Cotton. Nt-edles. Brushes, &.c., Ac , to b?* oolil
w ithout reserve to close. ,
Alfo, in the EVEN IM>. at 7,'^ o'clock. Gold and
Sil vt-r Vatch? s. J?-n? lry. 0old Pens, Photographic
Alluuag. Fnuiily Bibles, Books, Ac Ac.
WM B. LE>\ IS A CO..
Try 13 3t ICTironiitl Auctioi:cfrs.
J>Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
EIGHT GOOD PUlLDlNfl LfiTS AT THP. COR
N KB SEV ? NTH AN D II STRKKi'S ISLAND.
On MON It AY APTERMJON . May 16, at 6 o'ciook,
on the premis?-s. ve skali sell, eisht desirab e
B i tldine Lots in Square 439. froiititi* eac^ feet
on Seventh ?tte?-t wet. at the corner of Sooth Q
fctreet. a> d runuius back :'5 feet to an a'lev.
Ti esfc l o's pos?ep>- great vsiue from their onti
gitt io the extensive whRrre^ in the immedial*
?vicir.jty.
Tern\r: (?np third n cssh, the remainder in sic and
tv ?: ive months.?>th iuteie&t, ?ecured by a deed of
trust on the eternise*
A fj.yir.c&t of will be required at the ?aie.
ray. 13-d J C. McGOIRK A C'U. AucU.
I> Y J. C McGUIRE A CO , Auctioneers.
K1C7ITPEN SMALL BUILDING LOTS AT TT1V
COUNER 0? NOKT?*. L STREET AND NK?f
HAMI-SHiRJR AVENUE.
On T! EaUA\ AS--BRNOON. May 17th at
o'clock, on the prem.he^. we f >?all seil, the dhol? of
Lot No 8, it tquare N'? . 7'2. ?ituatKl at the corner
( f north L street and New Oaop^liiie avenue di
vided 'ctoeiehteen Lots of aliout fifteen feet fr Rt,
each fronting reepec'.ivtlj on L street and New
H ?r-.pshire avenue.
Terms: One-third in ca.->h; the remainder in sis
and twelve months, with interest, secured bT a
deed o ? trust.on the premises, or all ca>h at ths
option of the purchaser.
Convejances fit thecostofthe purchaser.
A payirent of $i<> on each lot will be required
the t:Eie of gale.
my.in d J. C. McGUIRE A. CO.. Augta.
^Y J. C. McGUIREA CO., Auctioneer*.
BEAUTIFUL COTTAGE AND GROUNDS ON
C \elTOL HILL AT PUBLIC SALR
Or. ILKfcDAY AFTERNOON, May 17th. at 5
??'ciock, on the premises, we shall sell, Lots No.
42, and 43, in Square No. 732, fronting together 1>?
teetf.!2 inches on 8econd streeteast. oetween south
B ant C streets runcias back 155 feet 8 inches,
wit i a BO-foot sl!t-y on thn north side, and im*
proved by a Handsome Co'tage l)*c line, contain
ing two Parlors fc: feet square, separated by a 6a?
Ball and snail Dining Room in rear, and tina
Chambers, with brick fcitchen and sra*ll stable,
cistern of water at back door, and gas thron^hout.
The grounds are handsomely laid out with fruit
and shrubbery, and altogether it is a charging res
idence for a small family.
The House was built in the most superior man
ner by n master builder for his own use. has a brick
foundation, aid is double framed throughoat
Terms; One-third in rash; the remainder io ?<(
and twelve months, with interest, secured or a dead
of trust.
mv.lii J. C. McGUIRE & CO.. Anot*.
B
Y W. L. WALL A. CO.. Auctioneers.
.'>00 DOZEN Extra choice Cognac and BocheU*
Brandies, Scbeidam U, llandGin, Royal Fort WiM,
Bourbon and Nectar Whiskey, Clarets, &o., r??
training of the stock of R. Oromelieu A Co .will
be sold by their order at Public Sale, on WBDN BS
DAY.lrtn Ma.v. at io o'clock. The same may b?
examined at their ial?s room. No. 59^1, I'truuryi
Tania avenue, second floor.
ap.25 WM. L. WALL ?c CO.. Auctt.
|^Y J. C. McGUIRE & CO , Auctloneere.
4,000 DOZEN TRADE SALE CHOICR OLD
BOURBON WniSREY AT A CTION
On WEDNESDAY MORNING, May 18th, at II
o\Iock. on the first floor of our Auction Rooms, we
shi 1 sell, in lot* to enit the trade.
4.000 DUZEN CHOICE OLD BOURBON WHIS
KEY,
handsomely labelled and put up in caset by the
old end reliable firm of A. Binninger A. Co.
BaTThe attention of the trade is particularly
called to this .sale.
Terms cash. _
nsy.ii-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Knotf.
? Y J. C. McGUIRE A: CO., Auctioneers.
B1
NEW THREE STORY BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE WITH STORE ATTACHED ON K ST.,
NEAR CONNECTICUT AVENUE AT AUC
TION
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, May 12tn at 6
o'clock on the premieos. we shall sell, a desirable
Lot on K street north next to tt e corner of Con
necticut avenue,26x100 feet, improved by a nev
three story Brick Dwelling House, with 8tor?
Rot m attached, well adopted tor a business place
as well An a residence, being in the vicinity of the
public Departn enteand Offices.
Immediate possession given.
Terms: One-half cash, the remainder in six.
and twelve months, with interest, secured by a de*4
of trust on the promisee.
Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser,
my.7 J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucte.
THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED IN CON
sequence of rain, until WEDNESDAY APTRR
N(JON, May lfcth, at the same hour and place.
jny l^d J. C. McGUIRE A 00. _
J?Y WM. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers,
GRIAT SALE OF CArTFaGE-j AND HARNESS
AT AUCTION.
On THURSDAY MORMNG. Hay *i,commencie(?
at 10 o'clock, we will sell, at the Carriage Reposi
tory of Thomas Yonng. No. 409'Pennsvlvania sr.,
near 4.V, street, sou,h side.hi6 large and extensive
stock of first-cuss Carriages, A:c., embracing?
So New and Seemd Hand Family Carriages and
Coaches, tor one and tw o Hones, part very fine.
SO Top and No Top Buggies and Trotting Wagons,
Several fine Brelti, Pbaetoiis, and Phyrioian'a
PhactoiB,
1 Sec<md Ba? d French Conpe,
1 Ei.gLsh Log Wagon,
Several Barouch and Buggy Poles, -
40 >etts first class Donble and Single Harness, Sil
ver and Japan mounting, part of which is very
fine.
Tc aether with other Cnrriages not enumerated.
The above stock embraces the largest and finest
as=ort?nent of Carriages and Harne*s-ever offered
at auct'oii in tbiscitv.iitMl indisposed of on account
of Mr. Yoang retlrint: from business, and we es
pecially call the attention of purchasers to thia
sale as the stock will be peremptorily sold.
The Repository is for rent and it is one of the
beat stands in the city for any kind of buaineas.
Enquire on the premises.
Terms cash.
my. 12 WM. L. WALL A CO., AucU.
JJi J, ti. McGUIRE fc CO., Auctioneers.
SNUG FRAME HOUSe"aNDNINEOOOD BUILD
ING LOTSON TUB ISLAND AT PUBLIC AUC
TION.
On MONDAY AFTERNOON. May S3, at 6 o'clock,
ou the premises, wo shall sell origiual Lots Ncs.
2?.21, at'i 2t. in Square No. Ml. fronting together
MP feet 5 inches on south L street between il and
435 streets west, ruuuiug back 129 feet 11 inches, t?
a SO-foot alley, divider into 10 Bailding Lots, one
of them improved by a neat and well built twp
Story frame dwelliug,the whole surrounded with a
paling feuco and we LI advanced shade trees.
Tiile perfect. . ?
Terms* One-half ca*>b, the remainder in si*
month*, with intcrc&t, secured by a deed of trust
on the prtmises ? . .
A payment of ?2 > ou each Lot will be required at
the time of sale, . r.. .
Conveyance* at thecc-t of the nurcbaser.
my.13-toA.de J.C MlGUIUKA; C0.,Anct?.
I rtep.j
ale of condemned clothing, camp
AM) GARRIfcON EQUIPAGE, TENT CCT
ihitf Otter iermast(T,t Ofu. DtntWashmttomJ
Wmhinru*. D C , M>y IS, 1354. |
Will be sold at public auction, at Povernmmt
Warehouse, No. b 17th ttrcet, between U aod I
atreets. Wasbingtott City, D. C., at lioMock M.,
THURSDAY, May 26, l&M, nnder th^eu^rvision
of Capt. D. G. Thomas. M. 8. K.-'U. If. A.,? larg*
lot ot scores condemned as unfit for pabUc eer
V i C?> \"J i ?
Infantry and Cavalry Cft^aniTrowaers.Shirta,
Drawers. Stockings, Teltllate, Trumpets,
Bugles, Vlaes, I>ru*?. Tents,^ fept Poles, Mesa
Pa^s. ^ampRettlee. Spades, 8hovela, Kna^?&oka,
narersacks. Bed Sac*s, Ac., Ac^, Ac
Als*>, about silty (?> Vone of T?nt Cuttinga.
Terms ca?b, in O- vemment folds.
Puccessfut Mdders will be required to reiaori
the stores w^fbm
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