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V?. XXIII. WASHINGTON. D. C.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 25. 1864. N2. 3,507.
AUCTION SALES
WTU1I DAT*.
|^Y J. C. McGUIRE 3t CO , Auctioneers.
LAROB SALE OP VACANT LOTS BELONGING*
TO THE ST. VINCENT ORPHAN ASYLUM.
On PRU AY AFTERNOON, Jane id. at 5H o'elk,
At the Auction Room*. we shall esll, for aecoant of
St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum, the following valu
able vaeant Lots, via:
Lots 9 and ln, in Sqnare No. 19. fronting together
K7 feet 5 inches, on Twentv-fifth street west, be
tween P and G street* north.
Lot 18, Squared), fronting 63 feet 9 inches on
Twenty-second street, between New York avenue
and north D s reets.
Lot 9, Square east of Square No. 97, fronting 157
feet 4 inches on New York avenue, an-1 11* feet S
inches, on Virginia avenue,between Twentieth and
Twenty fit at streets west.
MLo.tvai.8qn&r* >23. fronting 119 feet 11 inehes on
North L street, between Nineteenth and Twenti
eth streets west, running through to New York
avenu#.
L?ts II and 14. 18, 29 and 3\ in Square No. 197
fronting respectively on Sixteenth street west, be
tween L and M streets north. North M between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets west, and Fifteenth
street weat, between north L and V streets.
Lota Nos 2,3,11.12.13,11.15.16 and 19. in Square
*11, fronting respectively^ on north H, between
Fourteenth and Fift*enth streets west, Rhode Is
land avenue, between Pourteeath and Fifteenth
and Fourteenth street, between H
snd Rhode island avenue.
Lots Noa 3,10.14,15 and l?.in8quare 447, fronting
respectively on north N street, between Sixth ana
?T1 ? streets weat. Seventh street west, between
N and 0 streets north, and 0 street north, between
Sixth and Seventh street* west.
. Lots 2 . 4 . 6 , 23 , 24, and So, In Sqnare No. 733, front
,n? tespectively on South E atreet. between First
And Second streets east, and Second street eaat be*
tween south D and E streets.
Lot No. 4, In Square 95$. fronting on Tenth street
*ast, between H and I streets north.
Terms: One-third in cash; the remainder in sis
*jd twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed
of trust on the premises.
Conveyances and revenue stamps at the eoctof
the purchaser.
Plats of the property may be seen at our counting
bouse.
my.23-d J. C. McGUIRB A CO., Auctf.
pY J. C. McGCIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
CHANCERY 8AI.E OF~VALUABLB IMPROVED
PROPKRTY *T TH8 CORNER OF T #ELFTII
STREET WEST AND MASSACHUSETTS AVE*
NCE.
On SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Jane 4, ateo'clk,
on the premises, by virtue of a decree of the Su
preme Court of the District of ColamMa, sitting in
chancery. pissed in certain cause", (Noa. 21ft and
211 in equity.) wberein James Mortimer Smith and
Rosalie Martha his wife, are complainants, and
Eugene. George. Maria Louisa. Rosalie, and Nich
olas B Vanzandt, minor children of George O.
Vaniandt, de-eased and Arietta L Vanaandt. mi
nor child of Jo*-eph A. Van/.andt, deceased, hsirs at
law of Maria Wood Vanaandt and Nicholas B Van*
zatdt, de?'d. are defendants. I shall sell Lot num
ber thr?e i3> in Jebn Davidson's division of Lot
numbered t? o (2) in Sqnare number three hundred
azd fifteen (.515,) a tuated at the corner of Twelfth
s'.reet west and Massachusettsavenue, containing
4,003.J? square feet, more or less, and improved by
a aubauintial and well arranged Frame Dwelling
Houae, containing nine rooms.
The grounds are handsomely laid oat with fruit
and flowers, at d the whols property is very desira
ble a* a residence.
Alao. Lot No. 4. in Davidson's sub-division of the
west part of aaid square, fronting twenty-five feet
on the east side of Twelfth street west, between
Masaachusetta avenue and north 51 street, and
running back one hundred feet one inch.
Terms : One-third cash; the remainder in six and
twelve months, with interest, secured by the pur
chaser's n<-tes with approved surety. On the jati
hcation of the sale by the court, and payment in
full of the purchase money, the trustee will con
vey the titles in fe ? simple.
If the terms of sale are not complied with wihtin
Ave lays thereafter, the trustees reserve the right
to re sell the property, at the risk and cost of the
defaulting purchaser, on one week's notice in the
Evening Star.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the par
Chaser. THOS. J FISHEB, Trustee.
mv.23 d J. C. MoGT'IRB A CO., Ancts.
gY J. C. McGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE 8 SALE OP~HOU8E AND LOT ON
NINTH STREET WEBT, BETWEEN 0 AND P
STREETS NORTH.
Pursuant to a deed in trust made and executed
ty Biehard A. Ilyde, of Washington City, to the
rubscriber to secure a certain debt therein men
tinned, I shall proceed to sell, at public auction,
on the Seventh day of June next, at 6 o'clock, p.
n . on the premises,''all that piece or parcel of
ground and premises, situated, lying, ana being in
the said Citv of Washington, and District of Col
umbia, and known and designatrd as Lot numbered
ten <10) in Cruttenden's subdivision of Square
numbered three hundred and ninety eight (SIS,)
fronting twenty <3") feet on Nin^h street west, be
tween O and P streets north, and running back with
that width to a public alley, together with all and
singular, the improvements, privileges, heredita
ment# and appurtenances to the same belonging,
cr in any wise appertaining.''
Terms: Or.e tail of the purchase money cash,
the balance in three and .six months, with inter
est. The deferred payments to be secured by a
deed in trust on the premises.
All conveyances incuding revenue stamps at the
expense t>! tb" purchaser
11f the terms are not complied with within five days
after t.> ?- <Jay of sale, the property will be re-sold,
at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser,
after five day ? notic* in the Bvea ngStar.
CHA8. P W ANN ALL Trustee.
my.I-foAds J.C McGUIRE A 00.. Aucts.
B
i J. C. McGUIRE Sc. CO., Auctioneers.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE ON B STREBT.
?obuoa"ctio*.",c1: d8piri'1,,!nr-"
On TU ESDAY. May 31ft, at 6 o'clock, p. m.. on
the premises, we tha'l -;e I. all that vacant Lot sit
uated on tte north ^ide of E street north, being
he ea>t-r y part of f ot No 2, in Square 4'i6, lying
between the line of the face ()f th> easterly wall of
a baif-k house, for many years occupied by Wm
Linton. E-q , and the we.-terly line of Lot No. 1, in
said Square, being 26 feet 5 inches more or less, in
width, and running hack 87 fe?t 6 inches to a ten
feet alley way. A part of a brick stable a*, the rear
passes with the land.
T1 e tei<hbArhood of this property to the Patent
and Post Office Departments makes it a desirable
location for & p-ivat? residence or for oftice purrpo -
sea.
Term? : All rash or one third cish; balance in six
and nine months, with interest.and aecuradon the
property.
Title unquestionable.
Cost of couvey ance. including revenue stamps,
to be paid \,y the purchaser.
my,19-eoAds J. C. McGUIRB fc CO., AuctS
HY GREEN A. WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
SALE OP VALUABLE UNIMPROVED PROPER
TY.
By virtr.e of a Jecreeof the Orphans' Courtof the
District of Columbia passed the 10th day of May.
3864, which decree has been approved by the Su
preme Court of said District, in Equity sitting,
No. 521. 1 shall sell.at Hohiic Auction,to the high
est bidder, on MONDAY, the 30th day of May, 13o4,
at 6 o'clock, p m.,all of sub-division Lot num
bered 61, in Square numbered 543, with appurte
nances.
Terms of sale, cash.
All cot veyancu g at the cost of the purchaser.
Upon default of the purchaser to comply with
tbe terms of sale, the property will be re-sold at
his expense.upon giving three days further no
li e. ISABELLA B. MAG ILL. Guardian,
my 18 d GREBN A WILLIAMS. Ancts.
J^Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
LA ROE AND DEBIBaIHTe BRICK DWBLLING
HOU3B AND LOT ON PENNSYLVANIA AVE
NI L. BETWEEN TWENTY FOURTH AND
TWENTY FIFTH 8TREKT3 WEST.
Ou MONDAY AFTERNOONfMay ?>, at 6 o'clock,
cn the premises, we shall sell- a large three-story
?.? i attic Brick Dwelling House, wita dining room
ex tension. No. 23 Pennsylvania avenue, between
24th and 25th streets weat. containing thirteen
rooms with water and gas; als* a heating furnace,
together with a vacant Lot adjoining on th? east
aide, improved with fruit trees and shrubbery.
The House has lately been put in thorough repair,
and is in all respects desirable as a residence.
Terms: One-third ia cash: the remainder In aix
and twelve months, with interest, secured by deed
cf trust on the premises.
Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser.
Early possession given
Will he added, a desirable Vacant Loton thesame
front. 32 by 56.
my 23-dtd J C. McGUIRB A CO , Aacts.
UCTION SALE OP CONDEMNED HORSES.
Wil DiriBtXSIT. OiViLIT Bcaitv, >
Orrion or Chikp QoiaTmusrsi. >
Wafhinvon. D. C? April 25, lo44. \
Will be sold at public auction, to the highest bid
der, at the times and placea named below, vis:
Newport, Penna , Thursday, May 5th.
Gettysburg, Penna.. Monday, May 9th,
ARoona. Penna., Thurfday. May 12th,
M iffiln, Penna., Thursday. May 19th,
Beading, Penna., Thursday, May 18th,
Lebanon. Penna.. Thursday, Jane W,
Northumberland, Penna., Thursday, June 9tn.
Scraaton, Penna.,Thursday, June 15th.
William sport, Penna , Thursday, Jane 23d.
One Hun/red < 100) horsts at Gettrsburg. and Two
Hundred and Fifty (tfri at each of the other plaoM.
These horses have been condemned as nnflt for
the cavalry service of the United Statee Array.
for road and farm purposes a any good bargains
stay be had.
Horaen will be sold singly. . , ?
Sales begin at it) a. m , and continue dai.y until
ail are sola.
Terms: cask, in United States Treasury notes
only. JAMES A. EKIN,
ap |6 tjc20 Lt. Col and C. Q. M Cavalry Bareaa,
jjSlTKD fcTATES MARSHALS SALB.
In virtue of two writs of Fieri Facias issued from
the Clerk's office of tbe Circuit Coart of the
District of Columbia, and to me directed, I will
? x po?? to public sale, for cash, at the front of the
Court Houae door, of said eonnty, on MON DAY, the
f th day of Juna next. V*t4, at 12 o'clock M , all de
fendant s right, title, claim, and ieterest in and to
Lots No. 1, 2. and 3, in Square No. ?>. baing the
undiviled third part of said Lots, seized and levied
DDon as the propert* of William Douglass.and will
be sold to satisfy Judicial No. 2?i and 299. to Octo
|.er term into, in favor of Wm. G. W. White and
Brcther, use of James R. Smith, use of Henry
Dcuglaas. WM. SELDEN,
my.L3 dAds late U. H. Marshal. D. O.
TVJAVY DEPARTMENT,
Washiboto*, May 2,19^.
COPPER SOALB.
There will be offered for sale at pabllc auction on
THURSDAY, June 2, at 12 o'clock, m , at the
United States Navy Tard, Washington, about sev
enty-five thousand pounds of Gopper Scale.
It can be examined at any ume previous to the
day of sale upon application to the Commandant of
th? Washington sTavp Yard. Sample* of similar
scale have shown 82 per cent, of metallic copper.
Twenty per cent or the purchase money must be
deposited at tbe time of the saJe, and twelve days
will be allowed to remove it from the yard; and. if
? ?t so removed, the depeeit will be forfeited to the
Government. . ?
Ail par meets to be made hi Government fundi,
and lftfOrcthe scale is removed from the Navy
lad. my.4 eo?w
AUCTION SALES,
FUTURE DAYS.
JJY J. O. McQDIKI A CO., Auctioneers.
8ALB OF HOUSE AND IOT ON
HTHkSt8NOR?'iIV^T' B"W?N F AMDS
&SKSKM ZWZA UKK
???\{.ro?tln? 26 'eet inches on lhe west side of
Sixth street west, between F and G streets north,
and rnDDini bark about inj feet to a paved alley
and in proved by a comfortable two-story brick
oack building.
Pal? to take place on th? premises at half-past 5
o c>oei.
Terms : One-third in cash, the remainder in six
and twelve months, with interest, secured by dead
of trust on the premises.
Title perfect.
OooTnuaa >t tt^eMnrttagrcbuar.
HARMON BURNS. \ Executors.
i?T.y-d J. C. MeGUtRE A C^.. Aucts.
J- C. McOUIRE A CO , Auctioneers.
SIX PJvJIRABLE BUILDING lots on new
n AIENJPE AND NORTH L ST.
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, May 27. at 6 o clock,
on the ?remls?e, ?? shUI s-U, oart of Lot No. 7, in
pqnare No 853. fronting each about Jl>i feet on the
east side of New Jersey avenue, at the corner of
.orJ" L "'fee'- and runnine back an average depth
of about 100-feet to a 10- foot alley.
These Lots are of good site for building pnrpo
s?f W?11 located, and will be sold to the high
est bidder.
Terms: ono-third cash, the remainder in six and
twelve months with interest, secured by a deed of
trust on the premises.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur
chaser.
A payment of $jn will be required on each at the
tiWH of sale.
my.23-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts.
[Rep.)
J. C. McGUIRE i CO., Auctioneers.
THREE DESIR ABLE BUILDING LOTS AT TTTE
CORNER OK SEVENTH ANDT STRBETS. AND
IMMEDIATELY OPPOSITE THE SEVENTH
STREET RAILROAD DEPOT.
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON. May 27th, at 6%
o clock. on the premises, we shall sell lots No. 25,
2>>. and 27. in Wiltberger's subdivision of square No.
441 .fronting together 75 feet on Seventh street west,
fit the corner of north T Rtr??>t. and running back
128 feet on T street, to a 15 foot alley.
These l?ts are immediately opposite the City Pas
senger Railroad Company's Depot and stables, and
are considered desirable for business purposes.
Terms: One-third in eafih;the remainder in six
and twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed
of trust on the premises. Conveyances at the cost
of the purchaser.
.my 23-d 1 R*p.1 J C. McGUIRE & CO.. Ancts.
BY WM. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
At the Horse Bazaar, 99 La. ay.
AlJMINI8TBATOR slALE OF CARRIAGE.
On SATURDAY MORNING. 23!h insUnt, at 10
o clock, we will sell, at the Bazaar, by order of the
Administrator, a very fine two Horsa Carriage,
nearly new. built by G. R. Hall, and suitable for a
private family.
Terms: Four months credit, secured bv note of
purchaser, satisfactorily endorsed with interest.
T. BDRCH. Administrator.
my 23 W. L. WALL A CO , Aucts.
J^Y J AS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
FRAME BUILDING. LEASE. LICENSE. GOOD
WILL, STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A RES
TAURANT AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
On FRIDAY MORNING, May 27th. at 11 o'clock,
at the foot of 22d streot, immediately oppotitethe
old gas heuse.we shall sell the Forrest Restaurant,
comprising frame building containing large bar
room, chamber, and kitchen, the whole en
closed with a good fence, with a fine cellar under
the whole, together with the lease on the erouDd,
license, stock of liquors, goodwill and fixtures.
The place has been doing a good business, and is
only sold because the owner wishes to go on a
farm. Terms cash.
my 23 fRep.] J, C. McGUIRE & CI., Aucts.
J^Y W. L. WALL & CO., Auctioneers.
STOCK OF GROCERIES AT AUCTION.
On BIONDAY MORNING, May $>. commencing
at 10 o clock, we will sell, at the store of Messrs.
Fenwick A Co., Island Hall, corner Virginia ave;
nue and 1th street, their entire stock of Groceries,
Liquors, and good will, the Store for rent, and can
be had on a Itase. and rent very low, inquire of
the Auctioneers. The stock is fresh, and compri
ses?
White and Brown Sugar?,
Teas, Coffees, Flcur,
Whiskey Wines, Tobacco, Segars,
Canned Fruits, and Condiments.
Woodei;, Earthern and Tin ware.
Glassware. Peppi-r, Starch, Spices,
Together with a variety of articles usually kept in
a well selected retail Grocery Store.
ALSO, ? ^
We Will sell, at 12 o'clock precisely. Horse, Wagon,
and Harness,
Terms:?All sums under S*1 cash, over that
amount, a credit of thirty and sixty dayf, fornotefl
satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest,
my.20 d W. L. WALL A CO., Aucts.
B
Y J. 0. McGUIRE A CO , Auctlonaers.
VALUABLE VACANT LOTS ON NEW YORK
AVJCNUE. BET* EENr.TH AND 7TH 3TR1E 1'S
WEST. AND ?iTH STREET WE=T. EBTWEEN
L AND M 8TRBE 18 NORTH.
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. June 1, at 6
o'clock, on the premises, we will sesl, the eastern
part of Lot No. 5. iD Square No 450, fronting 31 feet
on t*e nor^h site of N. w York avciiue, between
Sixth and 8eventh streets west, and running back
115 feet, to be divided into two Lots of 17 feet front
ea:h.
immediately after.
Part of Lot No 21. and the whole of Lot No. 22,
in Squa-e No. 4^9. divided into five Lots, fronting
ea b 12 feet 7 inches on the wsat side of Sixth street
west, between L and M Greets north, and running
back 116 feet to a 25 foot alley.
Terms: One-third cash, the remainder in six,
and twelve months, with Interest, secured by a deed
of trust on the premises.
Conveyances and .stamps at the cost of the pur
chaser.
my 23-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts.
B
Y J. C. McGi IRE A CO., Auctioneer,1!.
H ANDSOME RESIDENCE ON LOUISIANA AV ,
NEAR THE CITY HALL. AT PUBLIC AUC
TION.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. May 31, at Vi
o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell. House and
Lot No. 24. Louisiana avenue, between Four and
a half and Sixth streets, a large and well arrange 1
FOUR STORY BROWN FRONT DWELLING
HOCSE,
with lar^e and well arranged Offices, with Private
Entrance, handsome Parlors, and Chambers, fin
ished in the best manner, with all the modern im
provement*, a fine deep lot, with brick wall
The location and arrangement of this property
render it very desirable to Professional Gentlemen.
Terms of sale: one half cash, the remainder in
six months, with interest secured by a deed of
trust on the premifes.
Immediate possession given,
my.23-d J. 0. McGUIRE A Co., Aucts.
PERKINS. STERNE & Co.,
180 Broadway, 91. Y.?
EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IN
CALIFORNIA WINE.
We guarantee them all to ba
ABSOLUTELY PURE.
For sale by all first-class Grocers and Druggists
everywhere. mh 30-3m*
FRANKLIN A CO.,,
L OPTICIANS. j ?
244 Pa. avenue, between 12th and 13th streets,
and
398 Pa. avenue, under the National Hotel,
offer to the officers of the army their well selected
stock of FIELD GLASSES,
single or double, with the best achromatic lenses.
OperaGlasses and Compasses at the lowest prices.
Barometers, Thermometers. Mathematical in
Photograph Albums, Cartes de Visite, plain or
Stereoscopes and Views in a great variety,
Brazilian Pebble and Periscopie Spectacles ana
Eye Glasses, carefully suited for every partic
ular eyesight and warranted. ?P ?*>
J^OOFING FEL* AJfI) pIT0H>
Just received and forssie, a choice lot of Felt
LIME. PLAST ^EN WI(JK k STEWART,
an 18-lm* west side7th at., at Oanal brldga
PHIZES CASHED ~ ~
.g. ttrtaturaa asssuss
"ortOfficeri^xN4Vl64.
It* ARCHING OUT. A Manual of Military 8ur
Pater ion's Military Drawing and Surveying.
Osanam?Methode de lever les plans. .
Lalobbe?Cours de Topographs elementaira.
Pnrtd,le?n,.pi.n.. TAYLOR.
if O F F A , ~
. DEALER I*
WATCn MATERIALS. TOOLS,
CRYSTALS. FILES, Ac.,
No. 33T Pennsylvania Avenue,
opposite Metropolitan Hotel,
roar 2-Jy Washington, P. C.
1VIGE8T OF THE LAWS OF THE DISTRICT
DJSR'.mm S-?"HaSSk?iY?>?
AMUSEMENTS.
CANTERBURY HALL.
MUSIC J CANTERBURY HALL,} AND
HAL L?CANTERBURY HALL,( THEATER
Louisiaia Ariava,
Star Corntr of Stxth Strut, R*ar of National and
Metropolitan Hottlt.
Gnomon L>A - .Proprietor
W. X. Ca*ATAUOH Stage Manager,
BRILLIANT SUCCESS
BRILLIANT SUCCESS
of the new
SPECTACULAR DRAMA,
SPECTACULAR DRAMA.
WitneBc<>d last week by over 5.tX"> persona,entitled
CUDJO'S CAVE.
CUDJO'8 CAVE,
0UDJ0"8 CAVE,
CUDJO'S CAVE,
CUDJO'S CAVE,
CUDJO'8 CAVE,
CUDJO'8 CAVE,
CUDJO'8 CAVE,
CUDJO'S CAVE,
CUnjO B CAVE,
CUDJO'S CAVE,
CUDJO'S CAVE.
CUDJO'S CAVB,
CUDJO'S CAVE,
OR THE
BATTLE-CRY OP FREEDOM.
BATTLE-CRY OF FREEDOM.
BATTLE-CRY OF FREEDOM.
BATTLE-CRY OF FRBEDOM.
BATTLE-CkY OF FREEDOM.
BATTLE-CRY OF FREEDOM.
Received at each representation with
THl NDER8 OF APPLAUSE,
THUNDERS OF APPLAUSE,
THUNDERS OF APPLAUSE,
and pronounced by competent Judges the
SENSATION PLAY
SENSATION PLAY
SENSATION PLAY
OF THE PRESENT DAY.
OF THE PRE8ENT DAY.
OF THE PRESENT DAY.
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK,
And on SATUHDAY AFTERNOON.at 2 p.m., Will
be presented the New Drama, dramatized express
ly for the Canterbury, by John F. Poole, Esq., en
titled
CUDJO'S CAVE,
OR THl
BATTLE-CRY OF FREEDOM.
POMP, a self-emancipated bond
man... J.DEFORREST
Cudjo. a deformed negro.and a fugi
tive. but sound in heart Billy West
PennHapgood.a Quaker schoolmas
ter.. .. J. J. D?agherty
Cart Minnevick. a German boy, full
of courage and of cunning W. B.Cavanagh
Rev. Mr. Villars. an aged clergyman
and blind Mr. Ward
Toby, an old negro, and servant to
Mr. Villars., _John Mulligan
Stackbridge ) \ ...Mr. Leffert
Withers ,...> Tennessee Unionists.Mr. Harper
Grodd \ (.. Mcpherson
Ly sander 8 prowl 1 f
Silas Ropes .... I I
Aug. Blythewood... I Mr.Williams
Dan Pep.perill........ > Secessionists.?; Mr. 8ullfvan
...Wilson
. Howard
Johnson
Gad
Derring ..
Davis?.. .... . ,
Virginia Villars, the clergyman's
daughter ? Jennie Forrest
Mrs. Sprowl, a widow as has lost her
brother -??Lucy Clifton
NEW SCENEBY,
NEW DRESSES.
.NETf MUSIC,
and new and
EXPENSIVE PROPERTIES.
Ful1 ?f STARTLING EFFECTS
and replete with
HUMOROUS HITS.
First week of
M'LLE MARIETTA RAVEL,
M LLE MARIETTA RAVEL
M'LLE MARIETTA RAVEL,
M'LLE MARIETTA RAVEL,
M'LLE MARIETTA RAVEL,
n"?ceof the celebrated Gabriel and Francois Ravel
and the principal Card of the
GREAT RAVEL TROUPE,
GREAT RAVEL TROUPE,
the superb beauty and incomparable French and
Spanish Danseu-e. Also. acknowledged to bo with
cut h rival in oountry 9J& A
PERFORMER ON THIS TIUUT RUPE.
PERFORMER ON THE TIGHT ROPE.
MONS. BAPTISTAN.
MONS BAPTISTAN.
MON8. BAPTISTAN,
MONS. BAPTISTAN.
MONS. BAPTISTAN.
The celebrated Parisian Dancer and Maitre de
Ballet, and the famou4
RONZANI BALLET TROITRE.
RON/AN I BALLET TROUPE.
RONZANI BALLET TROUPE.
RON'/. AN I BALLET TROT7PE.
BONZANI BALLET TROUPE.
SIXTEEN LOVELY YOI7NG LADIES.
SIXTEEN LOVELY YOUNG LADIES,
selected especially for their
GRACE AND BEAUTY,
URACE AND BEAUTY,
GRACE AND BEAUTY,
each one a
SOLO DAN8EU8E.
SOLO DANSEUfcE.
The rival Beauties and Songstresses
MISS JENNIE ENGKL,
MIS8 JENNIE ENGKL,
MISS JENNIE ENGEL,
MISS JsENNIE ENGEL.
and
MISS ESTELLE FORBEST.
MISS ESTELLE FORREST.
MISS ESTELLE FORREST. ?
MISS ESTELLE FORREST.
The great Moguls of Ethiopian comedy, Messrs.
MULLIGAN,
MULLIGAN,
WEST,
WEST,
and
WILLIAMS,
WILLIAMS.
W. B. CAVENAUGH,
W. B. CAVENAUGH,
The favorite Comedian, Pantomimisf, Comic Vo
calist, and delineator of Irish character, whose
unbounded versatility and genial humor have
won for him a host of admirers.
BON SANTIAGO GIBBONNOISE.
?ON SANTIAGO GIBBON NOISE.
DON SANTIAGO GIBBON NOISE,
BON SANTIAGO GIBBONNOI8E.
BON 8ANTIAGO GIBBONNOI8E.
The wonderful Contortionist and performer on the
Flying Rings.
J. J. DOUGHERTY,
J. J. DOUGHERTY,
the eccentric comedian.
J. DE FORREST,
J. DE FORREST. .
the talented light comedian,
THE CONSTELLATION OF BEAUTY.
THF CONSTELLATION OF BBAUTY.
THE CONSTELLATION OF BEAUTY.
THE CONSTELLATION OF BEAUTY.
THE CONSTELLATION OF BEAUTY.
A number of young and beautiful ladies, whose
combined loveliness and grace justly entitles
them to the above euphonic title, consisting of
MljMMA 8CHELL.
JENNIE FORREST.
KITTY Lij,
FANNY MAV^ CLIpT0N
N?LLlEHOW?DNAOM'POBTi:R
KITTY SCOTT,
EMMA GARDNER,
MAGGIE WILSON.
U LUCY GARDNER,
who will appear ina charming variety of
DANCE8, TABLEAUX, Ac.. Ac.
J. W. GIBBS,
J. W. GIBBS,
the renowned Banjoist and delineator of negro
character.
Mr. ROBINSON,
Mr. ROBINSON,
the popular Dancer,
And the
ENTIRE MAMMOTH COMPANY
ENTIRE MAMMOTH COMPANY
ENTIRE MAMMOTH COMPANY -
grand variety bill,
GRAND VARIETY BILL.
MAGNIFICENT BALLETS,
MAGNIFICENT BALLETS,
MAGNIFICENT BALLETS.
A DELIGHTFUL OLIO OP
ETHIOPIAN SONGS,
ETHIOPIAN SONGS,
DANCES,
DANCES.
EXTRAVAGANZAS,
EXTRAV AG ANZ A8,
Ac, Ac.
Change in the Olio Department Each JJight,
Change in the Olio Department Each Night.
Admission? ? ?. ? fo ?
Orchestra.. ? - ? ? ?. . ??- _ "J
PriTate Boxes, holding six persons ?- 8 <*>
Doors open at 7 o'clock; Performance to com
mence at 8 e'clock.
FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY AIT1BNOOM
AT TWO O'CLOCK.
Ladles 29 cents; Children W cents.
AMUSEMENTS.
FORD'S NEW THEATER,
TlKTH STREET, A10T1 PKX5SYLTA5IA AVKWDE
THE COOLEST AMD BEST VENTILATED PLACE
OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT IN THE CITY.
A GREAT SUCCESS I
HO USE S CROWDED'
THIS EVENING.
THIRD NIGHT OF THE REVIVAL
OK THE
NAIAD QUEEN,
with
MAGNIFICENT SCENERY.
ELEGANT APPOINT MEN TS,
BRILLIANT COSTUMES.
GRAND MARCHES,
AND TABLEAUX.
AND AH
UN EQUALED CAST OF CHARACTERS,
embracing the names of tho Washington favorite
MISS SUSAN DENIN.
The Celebrated Pantomimist,
MR. J. H. FOSTER,
AND
ALL THE FAVORITES OF THE COMPANY.
During the spectacle.
A GRAND AMAZONIAN MARCH
BY
EIGHTEEN YOUNG LADIES,
Note.?This srand and most beautiful spectacle,
the scenery, costumes aad machinery of which
cost over
TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS,
cannot be produced after this week. Shakspeare's
COMEDY OF ERRORS
will shortly he produced, with an
C>EQUALED CAST, ?
and in an elaborate manner in every <letail. Owing
to the great demand for seats to witness the
NAIAD QUEEN,
the management announces that places can be se
cured three days in advance.
GROVER'S THEATER.
PXKS9YLYANIA AT., near WILLARO'd HOTEL.
Leonard Gboykr? ? ~ ??....Director
THE COOLEST THEATER IN AMERICA. VEN
TILATED BY OVER lOO WINDOWS.
ICE WATER FOR THE AUDIENCE!
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, May Vt, 1861,
Second night of the brief
OPERA SEASON.
First appearance this sea-on of the Reuownod
Tenore, M. HABELMAN."
Second ?ppearance of the Charming Prima Donna
Lyrique. M'LLE FREDERICI.
Firstappearanoeofthe Beautiful PrimaSoubretto,
M'LLE CAKItSA.
For this night only, Carl Von Weber's Grand
Opera in four acts,
DK& FREISCHUTZ. .
Ottocar, Prince of Bohemia.M. Heinrich Steinecke
Cuno. Head Ranger of the Prince M. Lehman
Agathe. bis daughter, M'llc Marie Frederic!
Annchen, her Cousin M'lle Pauline Can:g*a
Caspar. First Rnnger - M. Anton Graff
Max, Second Ranger ? . .. M. Theodore Habeiraaan
Zamiel, the Wild Hunter?... .. M. Henzler
Hermit.... ? . M. Behrend
Killian, a wealthy Peasant Herr Kronfeld
Bridesmaids, Foresters, Musicians, Apparitions.
In act third the celebrated Ineantatioa S-'ene.
Goblins, Sprites, Demons, the Phantom Hunt;
Casting the Magic Bullets.
CARL ANSCIIUTZ Conductor of the Opera
METROPOLITAN MUSIC HALL,
PlXaBYLYABIA Annus AHD lLITBKTH STREET.
R. GARDEN BR & H. ENOCHS Proprietor!.
PROF. HOLDEN ?. ?Ma?ieal Director
THE COOLEST PLACE OF AMUSEMENT IN
THE CITY!
First 8pp*f rance of the great favorite Ethiopian
Comedians,
FRANK KERNS AND J. THOMPSON
THE LARGEST COMPANY OF ARTISTS 1
BEAUTIFUL BALLETS!
COMIC PANTOMIMES!
NEGRO BURLESQUES!
COMIC AND SENTIMENTAL SINGING
BY THE
GREAT 1IETROPOL1 TAN TROUPE.
Admission ? 25 cents
Orchestra Chairs .50 cents
Private Boxes $3 and f5.
A GRAND MATINEE EVERY MONDAY
FOR
LADIES AND CHILDREN.
GEORGETOWN ATWi-ju'mt;
TliKOKGEVU'f.i, v. u., ??
HE Undersigned Grocers and Dry Goods Mer
chants do hereby agree to close our respective
Places of business at 7ix P- m. from June 1st to
ierrt ember 1st, lv>l, except SATURDAY, in order
to affqrd onr employees a. portion o: time for re
creatioD. ( w BEALL & co
W P MATTHEWS,
JOHN J. BOGl'K.
GEORGE W. ORME,
D. JACKSON.
W. R. HURDLE,
LEWIS BROOKS,
F. T. MILBFRN.
A.J. kat(;liffe A CO.,
GEORGE upperman,
T. A. CARROLL.
A. F. OFFUTT & CO.,
W II. ERNEST,
J.F.KELLY,
EDWARD H BROWN
SMOOT & BURROUGHS,
E. S. RO-ENTHAL,
EI'WARD MYERS. my JMw
High street market.
No. V-4 Opposite Prospect Street,
Georgetown, D. C.
We, the undersigned, beg leave to inform
the public that we have on hand a choice
assortment of Fresh Meats of all Kinds, Poultry,
Game, Eggs wholesale and retail. Apples
and Potatoes by the barrel. Canned 1 ruits of all
kmyS3aitm*arketPriCeS' ~H. W. FISHER Sc, CO.
R
E M 0 V A L
DROST & SUTRO,
Importers of
HOSIERY AND FANCY GOODS,
No. *253 Baltimore Sxkeet. Baltimore,
jWU. DALli M'lnr. oinnna, ^'
Have removed their office from No. *>34 7th street,
to No. 18 Market Space, up stairs, where they -will
continue to keep a tiill line of samples of all their
new goods received by every steamer from Europe.
"iWS-*? nMmm ? ^if8fcT8Bi$r
K1DWELL ^?,ES32??'EST.-.E1RN,s.ri,
Respectfully inform their friends ?nd the public
generally that they have now in store a well se
^WaTlPAPERS AND WINDOW SHADES,
which they are prepared to sell at the lowest casn
P Work done at short notice in the city or country
^Remember t'he*place^No. 367 D street, near 9th,
Franklin Hall Building. aP21-tf
Hotels and eating-houses-wc b^ve
in store a superior stock ot GLASS-^
WARE, CHINA, CROCKERY, CUTLERY
and PLATED WARE, particularly adapted
to the ute of the above establishment-, to
m NOTICE.
J HEBE Will be a meeting of all the housekeep,
era of the Districtof Colunftiaat
HOUSEFURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT,
369 7th street, between land K
to examine their immense stock of
IUBNITURE,
C ' 0IL CL0TH5iATTING3,
And HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS in general,
which they are selling at less prices than they can
be bought for at the manufactories.
They also make a discount of 10 peT "<n.. on ail
-??'?o7?^.oh?h,
369 Seventh street,
[Alex.Gaz. A Jonr.1 bet. I and K sts.
| 1CENSES TO BE RENEWED.
Collector's Officii, J
Vnittd States Iu'ernal Revenut, D. C ,>
Washington. May_19, I*j4. \
Persons in business in the District of Columbia
are hereby notified that all licenses under the
United States Excise law expired ?Uy l^^H, and
must be renewed before June Is-, ortherwi-o Jie
penalties prescribed by law wlil p j;(
Collector for District of Columbia#
my 20-6t office 46* Seventh at., near F.
DURE BODA WATER,
WITH FRUIT AND CREAM SIRUPS,
Drawn from
MARBLE FOUNTAINS,
At WM. A. GRAY'8,
Northeast corner Massachusetts av.
my 20-St* and *th street.
. a r-ARpT V.S! CARRIAGES!
CARRIAGES 1
On hand, a large variety of New and Second-hand
CARRIAGES oiall descriptions, of theibest mak?
and finish, and wi.1 be tiROCMY
Also, several LIGHT EXPRESS or UUUtUli
* AGON'S. , .. . ,
my 21-St* 374 P, ud 4TV Eighth street,
INTERESTING PARTICULARS OF
GRANT'S ADVANCE.
[Special Correspondence of Phila. Inquirer.]
UKADQUARTXK8 SECOND CORPS, May *21?5
p. m.?Tliis corps has made a march to-day of
about twenty miles?an advance farther into
the enemy's country. We left the vicinity ot
Spottsylvania at 12 o'clock last night, marched
east by south to the Bowling Green road,
crossing the Richmond and Potomac railroad
a short distance north of Quiney's Station, ad
vanced south to Bowling Green, along the tel
egraph road, then southwest some two miles
to Milford Station, have crossed the Matcapony
river within a quarter of a mile of that point,
and are now in a good position southwest of
that stream. As I write 1 hear hundreds of
axes vigorously plied, chopping timber for
breastworks, within half a mile to the front,
and as many spades are working just as busily,
though more silently.
Milford Station is equidistant from Freder
icksbnrg and Hanover Junction; 16 miles from
each, and 40 miles from Richmond. Up to last
night it bas been used by the rebel army as its
depot of supplies, but b<<ing apprised of our
advent in tbls direction, they succeeded in re
moving nearly everything away before our
arrival. How tbey ever got a hint of our in
tentions is a profound mvstery. Probably not
a dozen men in the Army of the Potomac
knew our destination, yet it is stated that the
enemy were fully informed 21 hours in ad
vance.
It will be seen by what I have already stated,
that we are between the rebel army and the
railroad, which has formed its line of commu
nication with Richmond, and at the same time
hold a commanding position on its right /lank.
Although Bkimiishing commenced several
miles before reaching Bowling Green, the en
emy made no serious resistance until our
cavalry arrived in the vicinity of Milford Sta
tion. Here Col. Hammond found a strong Hue
of infantry in his way, formed along a road
running obliquely to the one on which he was
advancing, their left occupying a hill near the
junction of the two roads, and fortified on the
top with rifie-pits. He at first charged them
with his men, except a skirmish line, mounted,
but lound their position was too strong. He
then sent back to Gen. Torbert for reinforce
ments, and vtending their arrival dismounted
his men and formed in line. The 16th Pennsy I.
vania, from Colonel Chamberlain's command,
soon found him, and were also dismounted.
Onr troops then advanced, making their
heaviest attack on the enemy's right, and after
some sharp fighting, driving them back from
the road along which they had fciken position.
Our left, driving the enemy before it, wa3 then
swung around, and charged the hill, where
the enemy were entrenched, from the rear, thus
rendering the rifle pits of no avail for their
protection. So suddenly was this manoeuvre
effected that we were npon them before tbey
suspected our approach from that quarter, and
sixty-six of them were captured. The troops
engaged on the part of the enemy were a por
tion of Pickett's division, and were sent here
yesterday to guard the depot.
MOTLBy HOCSB, N?AB GUINEY'S STATION,
May 2(?9 p. m ?A hasty dispatch, scrawled
npon the*sward before the house at hall past
four p. m., and sent off the moment alter, has
announced to you the great march of to-day.
Your correspondent with the 2d corps will
Eend you the full details of its progress, and it
only remains lor me to give yon some geueral
idea of the movement in hand.
Look at the map, note the relative positions
of .Spottsylvania Court House and of Guiney
and Howling Green, and ths mind can at once
perceive the wonderful military genius that
has flanked the rebel army and advanced far
to the rear of its position in the little space of
twenty-four hours. It is the magnificent move
ment over the ltapidan repeated on a grander
scale and under more dillicult circumstances.
There the enemy was over a river and beyond
a chain of mountains: to-day he was within a
hundred yards of our picket line, in open
country, with roads ev^??gr*clid not touch the
telegraph road^and to-night we have
both it and the railroad, and planted
ourselves firmly on tne old great stage road
frcm Fredericksburg to Richmond, that is east
of and near parallel with the railroad.
What next! Lee cannot flgtit us here. His
next chance is at Hanover Court House, oa
the line of the North Anna, which has always
been considered formidable. Bat Lee beware.
It is now diamond cut diamond. Grant, aided
by such subalterns as Meade, Hancock and
Bnrnside, has been more than bis match 30
far, and will be to the end.
A word as to the country. The scenery
around Guiney is beautiful. From Motley's
house, which stands on an elevation half a
miletrom the station, the whole valley of the
Upper Mattapony is a map unrolled at our
feet Far off on its outskirts is a belt of timber
skirting the sluggish Mattapony, and bayond
it aram Tisps the circle of hills, on which the
sturdy boys of the 5th corps lie dreaming of
home.
Motley House, May 22, JO# a. m.?The
headquarters of the 9th corps were establisbed
here at daylight. The corps is about leaving
and will proceed to-day to Bethel Church, 7
miles beyond. The 6tb corp3 is now
down the road in the direction taken by the oth
corps last evening.
The affair last night indicated by the can
nonading was the holding in check ot the ene
my's sirong rear guard by Bnrnside and
"Wright, which was handsomely done.
The headquarters of the army are still here,
but will move in the coarse of the day.
From all present indications, we will hare
no battle this side of the line of the North
Anna river.
HbaewCakters Second CORrs, May 22, 6
X m ?Up to this hour all is quiet. Warren
has crossed the Po River at Guinea's Bridge,
on his way to form connection on our right.
If Lee has not already fallen back from
Spotsylvania we shall soon, if successful in
completing our lines, be in a position to cut
him off from Richmond. .
This corps is already within a few miles of
his direct line of march towards Hanover
Junction. We can cut off his supplies from
thle point at pleasure, and compel him to fight
us on ground of our own selecting. It is just
possible, however, that he may have taken the
alarm yesterday, and already given us the
slip by a timely retreat with the main body of
his army.
CONGRESSIONAL.
I* the Senate yesterday?
On motion of Mr. Fessenden, the House bill
to provide internal revenue to support the
Government, to pay the interest on the public
debt, and for other purposes, was taken up.
Considerable time was spent in discussing the
amendments preposed by the Senate's Finance
Committee in legard to United States asses
sors, their duties and pay, which were gen
erally agreed to, including the provision al
lowing assessors as high as 84,000 per annum,
and assistant assessors four dollars per day
when employed in (selecting lists and making
valuations.
In th? House yesterday?
Mr. Patterson, of N. H., reported a bill to
incorporate the Newsboys' Home in the Dis
trict of Columbia. W__hw
Mr. Brooks, of N. Y-, wished to know what
was the use of sncb homes if newspapers ^ere
to be suppressed. In that case there would be
UCMr ^Kernan said it would be idle to protect
ne'wsbovn if we do not protect citizens whose
rights have been violated. If It was not in
order for him to express his views in this
grand inquest of the nation, he desired that an
express section should be added to the bill,
providing that the press shall not be suppressed
by the arbitrary will of an executive officer.
Mr. Mot rill raise* the qnestion that the free
dom of the press waa not pertinent to the bill;
aBThe Speaker sustained the point. He said
the bill merely provided for an act of incorpo
ration of a home far newsboys, and such re
marks were no more appropriate than to a land
0Iiyj|P Brooks moved to recommit the bill, with
instructions that-its provisions be made to
apply to the newsboys of New York: Providtd,
it shall not be lawfnl for the Executive, or any
other person in authority, to suppress news
papers by military forde, thus depriving news
b?T^?S^aker^1d the amendment was clearly
?Mr! Brooks modified *in Pr?pf!lection
structlng the committee to report a new section
that no newspaper shall be suppressed in
Washington, or Yts editor be incarcerated.
The ?pe?eJ'__?iw..,Wvr*oaitionoutof order.
it w? U>. prid. 01
M*e Sperter of the How*, M well as his own,
am'8 ' wer* ??Weboys,
ana bud been educated to be journalist*
whe^h^ki?"' ?f ,W,Jr" **k*d hto colleague
ss^ifusAsr cmun,"??
?h?nriHBK^?M? 'A'11 tbat the newsboy#' home
h*? fh.^C h ^P*101 prison, and be wotld
fit thiln fnr^.?n S?Ch " WOQld thorough
if. ioiXr. sx'ss
only In Ibe En*li?b. bat in tbc orlciabl Latin.
He won Id have them thoroughly trained ta
?e principles of tfcat charter, sotted bv the
SEWS K,n*JohD' at
m ?,tilarea th** no man 9haU ^ defrauded
H??? i^vt]r,M<*ptbir dne P?0*"* of law
^Te d*claratioa posted on uxe
o.ber^?-aJl8 ln Latin' S^on, English,^
d?r?tolr???KUR*-M' ' 11 mWrbt be read and an.
bo % , ?11 m?n- H? wonld bare news
the nrinri 1 ?n<l*r the petition of rights and
liberty al d? ? c?mraon law affecting human
wl LL^. drc,ared in Knrland centuries ago.
ed thH? wh?n^heW6boyB,?,horoQ*&ly aim
lSi*"*,Zi??g ffSSffiB? Eo?T?*"^
wonld have the ability of ihj (oumaLw^uI
remonstrate against the gross t?just?!?and
outage npon their rights. Am I. Mr aJSJ
ea^ n*w m order T Brooks
**? Wadaworth, of Ry' wh? was sittinr
nem Mr. Brooks, ironically said his remarks
were treasonable.
Mr. Brooks, resuming, said those who violate
the Constitution are guilty of treason. Those
who lawlessly arrest editors and supnreee
journals are guilty of treason. A violation of
ti e Constitution of tbe United States is the
b ghest order of treason.
The Speaker.? The gentleman is not in
order.
Mr. Brooks remarked : If this is not in or
cer, I have nothing more to say. He then took
his seat.
Tbe -hill for the incorporation of tbe News
boys1 Home in the District of Columbia was
tlen passed, under tbe operation of the ore
vlons question.
I . ^ Pboper Ribuke ?On Friday morning
I last, as David Paul Brown, Esq., rose to adt
, dress the jury on bebalr of the defendant, la
the case of the Commonwealth va Kerscher
, charged with mnrder.be perceived that two
[ of tbe jurymen bad their legs stretched out
somewhat higher tban their bodies, with tneir
dirty boots resting npon the railing that separ
ated^the jury bo* from the Bar. Mr. Brown,
before commencing his speech, addressing
these two jurymen, said: "Takedown your
feet, sirs. I came here to speak to men's heads,
or their hearts, and not to their feet; and will
submit to no such indignity in a court of jus
tice, when the life of an indiYidu&l is at sHUfr*
for decency is a part of the law." The feet, ot
course, dropped at once, and an apology was
made. This was a merited rebuke from the
counsel, and a bold one, too, as it was directed
to two of the very body who were to decide
the prisoner's fate?Philadelphia. Prtts.
Thb Foroerof the Proclamation. The
arrest of Howard, the forger of the pretended
proclamation of the President, continues ex
cite mnch riscussion in New York and Brook
Jy?- The New York Sun says :
The friends of Howard are very much dis
tressed ar the disgraoe he has brought npon
himself by a reckless use of tbe talent be pos
sessed. Some of the most influential men of
Brooklyn are warm personal friends of the
caiprit, who was a prominent republican,
and in his individual capacity bos acted with
tne party since the war commenced. It is ru
mored that of late Howard has exhibited
symptoms of insanity, and his utterance of the
bogus ' proclamation" wasonly apremouitorv
indication of tbe disease. A prolonged resi
dence in Fort Lafayette will probably effect
a<?nre' patient survives the incarcera
1&~A yonng woman residing in Buffalo, roee
from her bed in a state of somnambulism, the
other night, and while wandering about the
bouse fell down a flight of steps, by which her
neck was broken, causing instant death.
?rTho scientific jury called by the coroner
to investigate the causes of the explosion as
the factory of Cornelius Ac Baker, in Philadel
phia, a short time ago, whereby many lives
were lost, have fully exonerated all concerned.
There is a singular coincidence in the
wounding of Longstreet with that of Stonewall
Jackson, if the report that the former is wound
ed be true. Both were shot by their own men,
and in each instance by South Carolina troops
P?>ter A. Parvew, a clerk of Adams Ex
press Company, who for fifteen years enjoyed
the confidence of the company, has been ar
rested for stealing money packages entrusted
to nis care.
The publishers of western newspaper?
lately held a convention at Cinoinaati. They
adopted a higher scale of prices for advertis
ing.
, ? ' More than ten suicides take place everv
day in France: last vearfnn**'
OFFICIAL.
Abraham Lincoln, President of the United
States of America.
To all whom it may concern.
Satisfactory evidence having been exhibited
to me that Constantine P. Kalli has been
appointed Vice Consul of Greece, at St. Louis,
Missouri, I do hereby recognize him as such,
and declare him free to exercise and enjoy such
functions, powers, and privileges, as are al
lowed to the Vice Consuls of the most favored
nations, in the United States.
In testimony whereof, I have caused these
Letters to be made Patent, acd the Seal
of the United States to be hereunto
affixed.
Given under my hand at the City of Wash
ington, the 20th day of May, A. D. 1964,
TL. s.] and of the Independence of the United
States of America, the with.
Abraham Lincoln.
By the President.
William H. Seward, Secretary of State.
Apraham Lincoln, President of the United
States of America.
To all v:hom it may concern.
Satisfactory evidence having be??n exhibiied
to me that Carl C. Finklhr has been ap
pointed Consul of the Dnchy of Nassau, for tbe
State of Califoraia, to reside at San Francisco,
I do hereby recognize him as such, and declare
him free to exercise and enjoy such functions,
powers, and privileges, as are allowed to the
Consuls of the most favored nations, in the
United States.
In testimony whereof, I have cansed these
letters to be made patent, and the Seal ot
tbe United States to be herennto affixed.
Given under my hand at ihe City of Wash
ington, the 21st day of May, A. D. 1%4,
[L. s.] and of the Independence of tbe United
States of America the &~tb.
Abraham Lincoln.
By the President:
William H. Seward, Secretary of State.
I
War Department, Adjutant General's Office,
Washington, D. C? May 21, ls04. <
Captain J. M. Eyster, ISth United States in
fantry, having been reported to the headquar
ters of the army lor falling to report at Cin
cinnati, Ohio, as ordered, is hereby noUlled
that he will be recommended for dismissal from
the service of the United States, unless, within
fifteen (15) days from this date, he appear
before the Military Commission, in session in
this city, of which Brigadier General Cald
well, United States volunteers, is president,
and make satisfactory defence to the charges
against him. E. D. Townsihd,
Assistant Adjutant General.
|^ARRIAGE8,
CHAISES,
CABS, Ac.
Just received a very large and splendid assort
ment of
CHILDREN'S C ARM AGES
'CABS, 40.,
which we are running off at remarkably low prices,
BONTZ A GRIFFITH,
my 20 2w 369 7th St., bet. I and K.
[Alex. Gaiette and Journal.}
p A P E R H A N (JIN OS.
I would most respectfully inform my customers
and the public in general that I am sow receiving
my spring stock of American and French PAPER
HANGINGS, consisting of the finest French Gilt
Papers, suitable for parlors, dining rooms, cham
bers and halls. , . .
I am also in receipt of a large assortment of Gilt
Cornice, Gilt Window Shades and Picture Cord
and T&s^cls
All person's wishing to purchase will do well to
look for themselves before buying elsewhere, as I
have the largest assortment of the above goods m
tho ritv JOHN ALEXANDER,
my 9-eo2m [Intel.] No. 240 Pa. avenue.
ARGAINS IN MILLINERY
AND CHILDREN' BFASCY HAT9,
AT THB
NEW YORK ESTABLISHMENT,
No. 4 Market Space, second door from 9th street.
Having a large and extensivs Stock of Goods,
and desirous of reducing it before the close of the
season, the prices will be marked down much
below their original valoe.
Ladies will now have the opportunity of pur
chasing an elegant, stylish Bonnet for the same
price they would pay for an inferior one elee
* The"stock is complete, with every novelty ef the
season. my 17-Tw
F IME1 LIME I LIME1?I sm now prepared to
Lj deliver fresh burned POTOMAO LIME, P_r*
nared from my new Flame Kiln, without eomlt
(?contact with the fuel. ...
im contacg 0^tleMAN, Etna Lime Kiln,
ap 27-to ra. av. and Ro?k Creek Bndse,

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