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V*> ?*??*. all muatke. U?m d?iiati; oaey?ar
?va dslfti. Ho ?tp..ra aiw **ot from the oflU
*o?t*r Uaa paid far.
TVS WSIHT Rfil #M 4ollar U4 k Ulf l
LKKAL NOTICES.
IN TUB MUPHBMB OOURT OP TUB DI8*IC*
Of COLUMBIA ? Mur Mtbb* vs. ??*??
Utiia. Id kjaity, No 331. Bill for D*orce.
The vub i>ii at issued to com pel the defendint's ap
pearance ha*in* bMn returned into tbi Clerk';
c Wee bv the Marshal, on the31st day of December
U4?. endorsed " non ant," and the dafeniant 1st
ing failed to enter hia appearance en thi first rat'
day, occurring twenty days afterwards, and th>
complainant bavin* tiled an affidavit cw'a disinter
ested witness that the defendant has been ab*srt
from this District for over si* monthi ao that tie
process cannot be nerved on him, it ii, ot raotUn
? f eompainant, this loth day of Marek, 1JH5. or
dered that the defendant eause hia api?arancato
fee entered in this unit en or before tn? first Tues
day of May ne?t; otherwi?8 the bi.l nay be taten
tor confessed.
A true copy. B J. MEIGS, Clerk,
mar 13 2aw6w
I nT rni ?f????1SiC0LRT 0y r3B DISTRICT
a?? ? the 26th day of February, is?5.
Josjoa Audbkson,
UsnaH J ,fo j *orc?.?The snbpeena
ilB?ed compel the defendant's appearance having
l*en returned into the Clerk's Ofioe by the Mar
shal on tn<> 31st dav of August, 1?4. indorsed "Non
Eat, and the defends^i u failed to cater his
appearance on the first role dav ,rring twenty
days afterwards, and the complainant "jng flied
an affidavit of a disinterested witness that ;ho de
fendant has been absent from said District more
than aiz mcntbs, so that the process cannot be
served on bira. It is, on motion of the complain
ant, this 85 h day of February, 1865, ordered, at
chambers, that the defendant cause hia appearance
to be entered in this suit on or befpre the f?t *<io?
4ay of Hay next, otherwise the hill may be taken
for coBfes-ed, ANDRBW WYLIB,
- , . A Jtjgtiseof Mid Court.
A tru# eopyR. J, MEIU8. Clark,
mar 13-2?tf6W
4 hBPHANS' COURT, March 35, lR??.-r,8tBI?T
w or Colombia, Washihgtch Cochty, to urn:
4?-ii ? /0i*Pb Gawler. administrator of
Mildred, deceased, tne dministr&tor
?foresaid has, with the approbation af thd Or
phans Conrt of Washington County aforesad
appointed Tuesfcy, the i'd day ef Airil, for tae
final settlementTmd distribution of the person?!
?state of *<ud deceased, and of the assets in hand
M far as the same have been collected and turned
lAto money' when and where all the creditors and
heirs of said deceased are notified to attend,< at the
Orphans Court ef Washington County aforesaid )
with their claims properly vouehed, or they may
otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit in
sa.d deceased s ostate: provided a capy of this
e Publ'H.hed once a week for three weeks in
??* -Evening Btar previous to the said ?2d April
Test:?Z. C. ROB BIN 8
mar 27-law3w Register of Will#,
THJ8 18 T0G1VB NOTICB that the sabscri
ber has obtained from the Orphans'CiHrt or
washiDRton County, in the District of C >lnmbia,
letters tesTaaientary on the personal eutat? of
Charles 8 McCarthy, late of Washington city. D.
C., decease !. All persens baying claims against
tee said decea-ed are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with th?* vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
on or before the 21?t day ef March next, they may
otherwise by law fce excluded from all benefit of
the said estate.
Given under my hand this 21st day of March
ELLIN MCCARTHY, ?
mar ^ law3w* Executrix.
'I^UId 18 TO ttlVJi NOTICK, That the subscri
JL ber has obtained from the Orphans' court of
Washington county, in the District of Columbia,
letters of administration, d. b. n. on the
personal estate of George Bchillo, late
of Waahington city, D. C.. deceased.
Ail pe-rons having clairaa a?ainst the said
deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the
tame, witn the vouchers thereof, t# the Bubscri
ber, on or before the^Stb day of April next;
they may otherwise by iaw be excluded from all
beneSt of the said estats.
?iven under my hand this 8th day of April.
XU. WM. KUPPBR.
ap ll-law3w* Administrator d. b. a,
rpHIB'13 TO ?IV* NOTICB, That the rabscrl.
.1 her lias obtained from the Orphans' Court or
Washington county, in the District of Colombia,
letto?i of administation on the personal estate of
Ool. Vv'm. Sackitt, late of Washington City, D. C.,
deceased. All persons having claims against tha
??il deceased are hereby warned to exhibit ths
tame, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
on er before the 11th day of April next; they
may otherwise by law be excluded flram all ben
efit of the a^id estate.
m,"*"
ap H-law3w^ Adminiatratrix.
TUB rr/TO GIVE NOTICB, That the subscri
ber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Wasnicetcn county, in the Dirtri-t of Columbia,
lettere testamentary on the personal estate of
John ^ssinger. late of Washington city, D. C,,
deceMrd. All persons having churns against the
B**d deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same- with the vc nehera thereot.to the subscriber,
on or helore tb<? 2^th day of Mareh next; thov
Bsay stherwise by law be excluded from ail benefit
of the said estate.
Given under my bands this SSth day of March,
U&. . F. W. S1LLHAU8EN, '
apl-l*w3w* Executor.
nr?ni8 18 TO give NOTICB, That the sub
A acriber has obtained from thf Orphans'Court
of Washington County, in the Drstrict of Colum
h'a, letters testamentary on the personal estate
of Paul Uaumann, late of Washington City. D.
C., deceased. All persons having claims against
the said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit
the same, with the vonchers thereof, to the sub
scriber. en or before the htli day of April next
"ihey may otherwise by iaw be excluded from ail
Benefit of the said estate.
Given undeT m/ Band this Sth day of April.
i?5. Catherine bai mann. '
ap W-law.lw* Bxecutrix.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri
ber has obtained from the Orphans'Court of
Washington county, in the District of Columbia,
letters testamentary on the personal estate of
Christopher Weber, late of Washington city, D.C.,
deceased. All persons having claims against
tfe<> said d*e?>ased, are hereby warned toexhibit
tl ? same, with vonchers thereof, to the subscri
ber. on or before the 4th day of April next; they
n ay otherwise, by law, be excluded from all bene
fit of the Maid estate.
Given under my band this 4th day of April.
ISfl. CHARLES WEBER.
apSlawJw* Exscntor,
PROPOSALS FOR REMOVING WRECKS, k .
IN THE CAl'E FEABKIVEB.
Br re ac OF Cobstkpctioh inn Repair, I
Navy Dbrartmbnt, April 13, 13o5. \
The Bureau will, until the 11th day of May, 1865,
receive propcaalfl foi raising and removiDi; the
vessels?sup loosed to be ahfnt 3 . in number?sunk
aid beached in and about the mouth ?f Cape Fear
river. North Carolina.
The hulls of the vessels are mostly of iron, and
the machinery in many of them is represented as
being in good order.
Separate and special offers covering a sin$l? ves
sel only will be received for raising and delivering
iii New York the "Nerth Heath," the "Agaes
Fry. ' and the ?'Ohicnamauga.'' with all the prop
erty that may be on board of them, on a salvage
?ton the net proceeds of the sale at public auc
tion, the Government to be at oa expense what
ever.
For the remaining wrecks the proposals may be
lor a part or the wnole of them, and must state
the rate of sa vage en the net proceeds ot the
sale, at public auctioa, of the property recovered
aud delivered at the United States navy yard, at
Oosport, Virgin i a, without chnrge ofaoykinl to
the Government.
The materials recovered mast be delivered at
the navy yard, with a separate invoice for each
v?3Sel.
Bach offer must state the time within which
ia irtposed to complete the work, whicn must he
executed under the control of the commanding
naval oflieer, who will designate the vessels on
which operations are to be first commenced, aid
who will have the right if tha work is not prompt
ly commenced ac<i diligently prosecuted, to annul
the agreement, when all claim ef the salvors to
the property recovered will be forfeited t? the
tivYernment
The entire property will be placed in the hands
c! the Cf?verument, and sales will be made as may
be deernad most advantageous to the Government
atd the parties cntctrned Any other condition
necesearj for the protection of ibe public interests
will be inserted in the agreement.
N? proposition will be entertained from parties
who do not furnish satisfactory evidence that they
are prepared, with all the proper and necessary
appliances, for the execution of work of this kind.
Tartiea who may visit Wilmington for the pur
pura of making a personal examination previous
to uiaking an offer, will be parmittad to do so by
the saval offioer in command.
Tte proposals mnst be indorsed on the envelope
ir-elcslng them. *? Proposals for raising wrecks in
Cape gear River." ap lV'.'aw-t
JlTw. HAMILTON, Aft.
JU? BBPOT rOB
( XNERAL BUlLUINo MATERIALS.
No. 8a\bbtb t,T.,Oppositb Ckmtbb Mabkxt.
30.000 LIGHT 8A5H~000 PAIRS BLINDS
2,109 DOORS. 100.000 FEET MOULD- i
IN 0 8.
In aldltlea to the above, a great variety of *
BRACXBTS. NEW EL PO?T8, HALCSTER8
I>OOR 8TOOH8, GLA88, PUTTY, Ac . Ac
Also, the West Castleton SLATE MANTBLS,
the be<t and cheapest now In use. Superior to
c:arbl< in every respect, and only about half the
C09t.
DOOR ??>? WINDOW FRAMES, DOOR JAMB8,
INSIDE iHLTTEES. FRENCH ^A8H, and flnal
LVed'arr^o7t no^:r.e^_fcb?at * baildin? ***'
PAINTING DBPARTMBNT
0 0. HAMILTON wilt execute with d'isaateh all
ordi?ra tor H0U8E, BI?N, and OBMaVIVTAL
PAINTING, GBaIkING.Ac. Ac left witV
h. w. Hamilton
HO. 7th *t., Opyoaite Ot tter Market
lana tn Washington, D b.
rpHOMPSOII'S POMADE OPTIBM-For impax*
1 inr a rich tloaa and exquisite jserfun* to th
, Hair, is far superior to any other Pomade extant
Prepared by b? WILLS 4 00 . New York.^
acid by all PruggistB. Price35c fnd lie. Mr kottl*
BUTI ER 8 BAL8AMI0 MIXTURE.?Thia old,
wall known and actircly reliable remedy for
Beerat Maladies, ia for a*l? by all Druggists. Frio*
Si per b?ttle. lan i?-?ly.a
?HATTKRED CONSTITUTIONS RISToRJB
? by BBLH3QLI> 8 MXTSUOT tUCBV. mzssfi
DENTISTRY.
saB.? ???8dVt?; ?t.? ~
with thateeth aching, and relnTM lnitintli. Bf
Si. *d eVSr? decayed tooth can be car?4 tr.
wrred by filling and burlding op with Br. 8.
Whit*'. Metal FiUing.eheo^tioBone Teetk
Inserted QTer root. at 260 Pa. **?_ MarU lm ?
Griat dibcovebyjn dentibtby.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN.
and have th?m.tahen ont without paiin. ^ la.
pro ved method^of** sertl ng ABT1FIC1 ALT "
5i;?;sf'ZT. '.V.sii KffSPu
new and valuable one. Teeth inserted ^ Gold,
BiWer and Rahber Plates at the old priM. ag WO
have not advanced the price on our work mice the
?no1 845'between 12thand 13th
S.B. LBWI1. M.D.. Dentist.
^ m J AMIS 8. TOPHAM it OO.'B
PB1MIUM
TIrtJHK. bADDLBBT.
AND
MIL.ITABY EQriPMEIfT
manufactory.
WHOLESALE ~-ND **TAJL,
w soo "?*
hivinth 8tB 11 t.
One Door North of Odd Ftllcwt' Ball,
Where they continue to manufacture aai h?V
on .ale a large and fine aseortiaent of
TBUHB8, VALISES,
TBAVBLING bag8,
8ADDLEB, HABXE88,
H0B8S 00VERB,
ILITABY H0B81 EQUIPMENTS,
SWORD B1LTB,
HAVERSACKS, WHIPS.
BITS, BPUBB,
AO.. Ac.. Ac.,
AT LOW PJM0B3.
REPAIRING.
Tronke, Ac,, repaired promptly and thoroughly.
THBBB 8ILVER MEDALB
Awarded by the Maryland Institute of Baltimore
October 3let, IS?4; also, the highest premium. a
bronze medal, by the Metropolitan Mechanics'
Institute of Washington, D. 0.. 1b 1867.
80LB AGBNTB
for District of Colombia and Alexandria, Va.,for
IBANK MILLER'S
CELEBRATE? PREP ABED
HABNISB OIL.
e repplled at the lowejt
feb?-l? PAOTOBY PBI018.
(VJOTIOB TO OFF1CEB8 AND SOLDIERB.
A.?irrm* QtJA*Tn*iiA8*?*'8 Orri<J?. I
Direr or Wab* moron. No. 134 P.nwllst st.,S
WABaiaoToa. D. O.. March 1.1868. N
The attention of officers airi enlisted men, for
merly in the service of the United States, is called
to the large amount of personal property stored in
the Government warehouses connected with this
dV? e Government requires the space occupied by
said property for the effects of those new in the
"^description of each article shonid be riven
with tl? name, company, regiment, or othe
narks, accompanied by an oath or affirmation
.hewing that the claimant i. the authorised
goods will he forwarded to the address of
the uersons so entitled at his expense.
Ai^of the above-mentioned propel2r redo
ing unclaimed ninety day. from this date will be
sofa at public auction, j AM1S M M0OBE,
mh 2-dtmay 81 C?Pt. A?st Qr. U. B. Army.
asMs.?1
MERCHANDISE. MONEY, J1WELBY, VALU
ABLES, NOl'Eg, ST00K8. BONDS. Ac.,
Forwarded with BAF^TY AND DISPATCH to all ,
accessible eeetien. of the oountry. This Company
has agencies in the Principal Jtx townS?
NOBTH, BA8T. WEST AND NORTHWEST.
It. principal office, are
WASHINGTON, b. 0., NEW YORK, BOSTON.
I pgjLADBLPHI A, BALTIMOBE, CIN
CINNATI, ST. LOU IB, LOCIB
VILLfe, LEXINGTON. _ .
Connections are made at New York and Boston
with lines forwarding to the CANADAB tod the
BRITISH PROVINCES and.other .teamshipline,
to LIVERPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON and HAVRE,
and thence by European expresses te all prominent
commercial towns in Great Britain and the Oonti
* C?lteetlon of ?0T?8. BBAJTB m4 Bill laUl
p. o.
TB10LV"* os TH*
1. enlarged to double its former capacity.
" ? EUROPEAN HOTEL,
Corn* F?. ??. tndUth *?.. 9, 0.
This hotel, the oldest conducted on the European
?Ian in this city, ha. been enlarged indi
improved in every way necessary for theyCTgfcW
accommodation of the increasing guests. JU.5&U
Thankful for the patronage already received, tne
proprietor hope, that by attention to business we
?ontinae to receive patronage an. heretofore.
Guest. will only be charged with what they reeeive(
Qh??lf ??*>"?? p, EMRICH. Proprietor.
I^OK NON RETENTION CR INCONTINENCE
I of Urine. Irritation. Inflammation or Ulcer
ation of the Bladder or Kidneys. Biseases of the
Prostrate Glands, Stone in the Bladder. Calculus,
Gravel or Brick-dust Deposit, and all Diseases
of the Bladder. R.dneys. and Dropsical Swell
ing.. use HELMBOLD S FLUID EXTRACT BU
CHU. mar 25-tim
LARGE MAP OF GEORGIA.-Compiled under
tli direction of the General Assembly; one
copy (iily, hacked with cotton. Also, a large Map
(W.lm,. F.,.^iAMOg
TAYLOR.
APPINE88 OR MISERY \?THA T IS THE
O UEi- TJOS ?The proprietor.of the "PARI
SIAN CABINET OF WONDEHS, ANATOMY, and
MEDlClN K," have determined?regardless <>f ex
pense? to issue, free, i for the benefit of suffering
nomanity,) four of their most instructive and in
teresting lectures on Marriage and Its qualifica
tions. Nervous Debility, Premature Decline, In
digestion, Weakness, fiepressien. or ignorance of
Physiology and Nature's Law. These invaluable
lectures have b?en the means of enlightening and
saving thousands, and will be forwarded free on
the receipt of four stamps, by addressing Stcntary
Fttritian Cabintt tf Anatomy and Mtditint, 463
Broadway, New York. ju 13-ly
IMPORTANT TO PEMALE8.
DR. CHEESE~MAN'S PILLS.
The combination of ingredients in these Pill. i.
the result of a long and extensive practice. They
are mild in their operation, and cannot do harm to
the mt<8t delicate; certain in correcting all irregu
larities, Painful Menstruation, removing all ob
structions, whether from cold or otherwise, head
ache, pain in the aide, palpitation of the heart,
whites, all nervous affeetions, hysterics, fatigue,
pain in the back and limb., Ac., disturbed aleep,
which arise from interruption of nature.
DK. UHEESEMAN S PILLS
waa the commencement of a new era ia the treat
ment of iriegularitie. and obstruction, which have
consigned bo many to a phexatcke obavb. No
female can enjoy good health uiiless she is regular,
and whenever an obstruction takes place the gen
eral health begins to {decline. These Pil's form
tht Anmt preparation ti er vul forteard with IMME
DIATE and PERSISTENT 8CCCK88. DON'T
BE DECEIVED. Take this advertisement to
?our Druggist, and tell him that you want tki
llST ad mil RELIABLE FEMALE MEDI
CINE IN THE WORLD, which is compri.ed in
th.se Pills.
DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS
hare been a Standard Remedy for over thirty
year., and are the most effectual one ever known
for ail complaint, peculiar to Ftmalts. To all
ela.se. they are invaluable, tnduetng, with ur
tatntv, Ptriortieal regularity. The* are known to
thousands,who have u?ed them at different periods,
throughout the country, having the sanction of
tome of the most eminent Pkvstttans tn Amenta.
Explicit directions, Hating when thtv should not oi
with each Bex?the Price One Dollar per Box,
or 6 Boxes for $6. containing from 50 to <10 Pills.
PiHs sent by mail, promptly, secure frem observa
tion, by remitting 'othe Proprietors.
FOB BALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
HCTCHINS A HILLYBR, Proprietorf,
dee 10-eoly4_ Cedar at.. New York.
rr?iBH-WANG, THE GBEAT CHINESE BEM
1 EDY FOB eONOBBfftEA. GLEET. EtO.
Oa* Box will rsaroxM a Cum. Ingredients are
purely vegetable. It is pleasant to tne taste, has
no bad odor, and may be earried In the rest pock
et without fear of detection. Circular, free. Prioe
91 a box. Sold by JOHN J. KROMSR, successor
to 8.0. Upham, 400 Chestnut street, Philadel
phia and In Washington by I. 0. POBD, 490 Pa,
?vmm. Best by mail. Jaf-eoly
AMUSEMENTS.
WASHINGTON THEATER.
G RAND OPENING NIGHT,
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 24TH,
SAM SHARPLEY'S MINSTRELS,
MONBAY EVENING. APRIL 2?th.
THE GREAT BAND OF THE WORLD!
MONDAY EVENING. APRIL 24th.
ONE WEEK ONLY!
MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 34 TB.
811 BILLS OP THE BAY.
Box Office open for
8ALB OF TICK1TS
SATURDAY MORNING. at 10 until 1, and Every
Morning daring the Engagement of
8HARPL*V'S MiMSTDiia
gtcure your seats for the opening.
8. 8. 8AN70RD,
ftp o^. Business Manager.
GROVER'S NEW THEATER.
Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard'i.
MANAGER 8 CARD.
it is deemed proper t? say that in view of t
recent national calamity, this theater will
closed until further notice. The attaches of the
estnblifhment have generously a^ogated tfte.r
r..tract wiU? the manager, &>ujd
serve, with proper Qecorut^,
he penitential. ap*"
7oR>I NEW THEATER.
TXNT*H 8TBEET. above Pennsylvania Avenue.
N0TIC1.
Iff CONSEQUENCE OF THE GREAT NA
TIONAL CALAMITY, THIS THEATER WILL
BE CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.
CANTERBURY MUSIC HALL AND
THEATER
NO PERFORMANCE TO NIGHT.
DUE NOTICE WILL BE GIVEN OF )pi RE
OPENING GEORGE LEA,
ap 17 Proprieter.
OXFORD! OXrORD: OXFORD!
MU8IC HALL AND THEATRE,
Ninth street, fronting on Pennsylvania avenue
THELEADING MUSIC HALLof WASHINGTON.
THE FOUNTAIN HEAD OP TALENT.
Rend the names ef the Artista now performing
at this establishment. First week of
MESSRS. COOPER AND PI1LD8,
The Celebrated Deuble Clog Dancers.
Continued Success of the following ta:
Miss KATE PENNOYBR,
Miss AGNES SUTHERLAND.
MON8. ANTONIO,
*****
J' BARRY CAREER,
KATE HAMSON.
The MIACO BROTHERS,
Mias 8UE1E BROWN,
Mr. J. C. FRANKLIN,
Misa MILLIE FRANCIS.
- Miss VIRGINIA CHAIMI,
Misa MARY FRAZIB,
And 28 other Performers.
MONDAY next, 6rst appearance of
M'LLE ANNBTTA GALLETTI,
Primeur Danseuse
LADIES MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
ATCHE8, JEWELRY, 40.
LARMOUR fc Co., Light street, Baltimore, in
Titea the attention f purchasers to their cnoioe
stock ?f No. 1 WATCHES, DIAMOND JEWELRY,
4c., SILVER WARE. PLATED WABE, OPERA
GLABSE8, SPECTACLES, TABLE CUTLEBY j
*o., at low pricea.
Watches and Jewelry repaired In th* beet man- j
oer by the beat workmen and warranted. Ja 14-3a
Haying:removed from my old place
of business, corner of Ninth and D atreeta, to
*0. 4S1 NINTH STREET,
between D and E,
I beg leave partieularly te call the attention of
my customers and the public generally, to this re
moval, where I shall keep constantly on hand a
large and well aBaorted stock of
GR0CERIE3.
The citizens of Washington and of the surround
ing country are earnestly cited to
amine my stock of gocTcfii whicb will be sold at fair
PfeCbT6-eo3m* RICHARD J. RTON.
WILLIAM BRA?LB Y,
8TEAM MARBLE WORKS,
Manufacturer ?f _ . __ _
MARBLB MANTLES. MONUMENTS. TABLB
and WA&HSTANP T0P8. AO.
Monuments made to offer on reasonable terma
and shortest notice. v??o
Will keep constantly on hand EASTERN MAR
BLE and MARBLE TILING.
Orders for Plumber's SLABS promptly attended
to. Pennsylvania avenue, between lrith and 19th
streets west, Washington, D. 0. mar *
^J.(TtO HEADQUARTERS
T0 .
BUY REAL ESTATE;
TO
RENT HOUBEB AND LANDS;
TO
BELL OR LEASE YOUR PROPERTY.
When Property is left with us to Bell we charge
nothing unless sale is made. We do all advertiu
ing at our own expense, and persons who want to
sell their property are at no expense whatever save
our conmissions after sale is ?pade
We offer EXTRAORDINARY INDUCEMENTS
to property holders, and can assure them of rapid
Fales. We have now purchasers for several good
Houses, and daily calls for Houses and Lots.
We offer about
3 2,300,000
OF
HOUSES, LOTS, FARMS, AND LANDS FOR
BALE.
Prices ranging from *20) to $00,000; easy payments.
Call on us, everybody
Buy a LOT, or HOUSE, or FARM at
HEADQUARTERS FOR REAL ESTATE
OPERATIONS.
B. M. HALL ft CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
ap 17-3t Corner Seventh and f streets.
"^TaT THE WELL-KNOWN H0U8B Jk* .
M . W I?L L I A N sSll
Ladies will find all the novelties Pari* produces
in LACE GOODS, MILLINERY GOODS, MAN
TILLAS, DRESSES, TRIMMINGS, 8ILKS, VBL
VETS, Ladies' UNDER GARMENTS, HUMAN
HAIR GOODS, Lubin's and DeMarson'a PERFU
MERY. COUDRAY'S POMADE, etc.
Ladies can have Dresses and everything in the
Millinery line made ta order.
Hair Dressing, Hair Dyeing aad Shampooing
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LICENSES BY AUTHORIt/I
98# MATTH1WK. WAL8H, 88*
38# CStbM*, between 10th and 41th,
Second door from Harvey's Oyster Baloen^
In compliance with the wish of manr friends, I
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vances on Geld and Silver Watches, Dia-X?A
monds, Jewelry, Silver Ware, Hardware.? V
Clothing and Merehandiae of every description in
goodyier.
nesal
its ?ii
trust
?den1
i^Havinc had IS reare erperlenoe In the bui
" City, and favorably knewn U many of
, I am eonfldent that to all who may en
me with business,(which will heftrietlycon
fidential) I will give satisfaction. 0?oe open every
daj?^|tondar axeotod) flfOO? o'olaaka.muntu 9
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
BOOTH.
Report of his being on a Train Reiterated?
He wears a Crape and a Lincoln Badge
Measures taken for his Capture?Other
Parties Under Arrest?One of Booth's
Accomplices Caught.
Proclamation by Governor Cnrtin.
Hakrishuro, April 20.?Governor Cnrtin
has issued a proclamation offering a reward
of 910,000 for the arrest of Booth, reported to
have been seen in Pennsylvania, if captured
in this State.
Examination of the Portion Who said he
Recognised Booth.
Reading, April 20.?The citizen who recog
nized Booth was taken before a jasticeoftne
peace this afternoon, when he made an affi
^VFit 0l his knowledge.
He swcoie uuw mm lie saw Booth once seven
years ago, and also that he does not believe the
person pursued was Booth. Heretofore he has
stated positively that it was Booth, and that he
knew him intimately.
It Is reported here that the suspected rarty
has been arrested at Tamaqua. No particu
lars received.
Arrest of a Person Suspected to be Booth.
Reading, April'20.? To W. S. Bradford: On
my xotnrn from Pottsville last evening, repre*
Eentations maae a v?pre such that I sent a
special engine to Pottavilie onci mc
Ing passenger train, but the man had left the
train at Auburn before the telegram could
reach there.
The man walked back to Port Clinton after
onH otnlo hio I'nmAlinft On OU6
of our coal trains last night.
He is now caught at Tamaqua, where we I
? *- '^^b-out for him, and will be
telegraphed IV tv?
held until identified.
There has been some grounds for suspicion
that it is Booth. G. A- Nicholls,
Sup't. Phila. and Reading R R.
Further Particulars.
Philadelphia," April 20.?The following
despatch was received this evening from a
lawver at Reading:
"The despatch of yesterday was somewhat
erroneous. Vhis statement given by the citizen
of Reading referred to is that he has no ac
quaintance with Booth, having seen hira but
once in seven years, in a theatre in Baltimore,
and is not able to identity him now.
^ "He saw the suspected man in a saloon on
Tuesday night, in company with another man,
drinking freely. Learning that he intended
leaving town for Pottsville at 6 p. m., yester
day, he got upon the train after it had started,
and recognized the Individual, who appeared
very much confused at meeting him. He ask*d
the citizen whether he was going upon the
train. Upon hu* answering that he was not,
the man said he would be back In reading in a
lay or two. The citizen left the train and
communicated these facts to a detective, by
whose agency he has been arrested, and is now
aw aiting recognition at Tamaqua."
The Arrest of Atzerot.
Baltimore, April 20.?A despatch from
General E. B. Tyler, dated Relay House, this
evening, says : ? ,
"Sergeant Gannic, of the 1st Delaware cav
alry, Captain Townsend's company, of ray
command, has just brought in George A. At
zerot,'one of the assassins. He has been iden
tified by the detecttves who have been pursuing
him"
An Important Arrest.
[Special Dispatch to the N. Y. Tribune.]
Baltimore, Md., April 18.?A yeung man
named Samuel Arnold, in the employ of J. W.
Wharton, a storekeeper at Fortress Monroe,
was apprehended yesterday morning at that
place, on suspicion of being implicated in the
assassination of President Lincoln and Secre
tary Seward, and brought to this city, arriving
here this moraine in custody of two Govern
ment officers. Arnold denies any knowledge
of the plot to assassinate the President, but
confesses that he was concerned with Booth
ana other parties, about seven in all, in a plot
to kidnap u?o ^resident and deliver hlralto the
Richmond authorities previous 10 iuo
ment of the cartel for the exchange ol prisoners
by General Grant.
He says he withdrew from the gang, when
Booth threatened to shoot him. An altercation
ensued, but the difficulty was settled by Booth
apologizing. Since then Arnold says he has
had nothing to do with Booth, but letters and
other documents found in his possession signed
"Sam," prove to the contrary. The prisoner
was taken to Washington.
[The Arnold above referred to was the one
first reported incorrectly to be named Mettam
Ed. Star ] '
Thb Niagara and the Sacramento.?A
L.sbon telegram of the 5th inst. says: "The
difficulty between America and Portugal has
been amicably settled. The Governor of the
Belem Fort has been dismissed, and the fort is
to salute the American ilag to-day with twen
ty-one guns."
The Lisbon Journal do Commercio of the
3oth published the following as an official ac
count ol the affair:
"The two Federal steamers anchored at
Belem, much below the ground they wished
to take, because the Portuguese guard-ship
prohibited their auproaching nearer to the
place where the Stonewall lay. .Next day,
when the Confederate vessel had sailed, they
weighed anchor, with the intention of coming
up the river, but did not not notify the guard
ship of their intention, and this caused the
Governor of Belem Tower, whose orders were
precise, to fire into the vessels. It is explained
that the Federal ships steamed towards the
bar, in order to take the turns up the river, and
there i6 no doubt the whole" difficulty might
have been obviated had they sent previous
notice to the Governor of Belem Tower.
"It is said that at the first shot the Niagara
lowered her llag half-mast, to show that she
accepted the intimation not to go out, and this
signal appears not to have been observed at
the Tower, which fired six more shots at the
frigate, and it is said three shots struck her
side. The commands* of the Niagara com
plains thaf a blank cartridge was not first fired
to give him timely warning."
Reception of the News i;y General Lee.
A Washington despatch says :
Both Petersburg and Richmond are now
draped in mourning. The cities which resisted
our bayonets three weeks ago unite with us
now to lament the Chief Magistrate's death.
General Lee at first refused to hear the details
of the murder. A Mr. Suite and another gen
tleman waited upon him on Sunday nightwlth
the full particulars. He said that when he
(General Lee) dispossessed himself of the
command of the Rebel forces he kept in mind
President Lincoln's benignity, and surrendered
as much to the latter's goodness as to Grant's
artillery. The General said that he regretted
Mr. Lincoln's death as much as any man In
the North, and believed him to be the epitome
of magnanimity and good faith. These candid
expressions being circulated at large have done
Lee much honor, and he and Richmond are
Out el danger of mob violence.
The PRE8IDENT AND THE PHILADELPHIA
Fireman.?The Perseverance Hose Company
No. 5, of Philadelphia, under command of J.
G. Butler, which organization was in the line
of tbe funeral procession Wednesday, paid their
respects to President Johnson in the evening.
Joseph A. Bonham, chairman of the Committee,
of Arrangements, addressed the President in
an appropriate manner.??The President replied
briefly, but with mnch cordiality, frankness,
and evidence of high appreciation of the honor
intended him, and of the true estimate of the
dignity of the industrial classes.
ALono Walk.?The Herald says Henry
Heyncman, who at the commencement of the
rebellion made a tow that when our armies
captured Richmond, be would walk the whole
distance from Beaton to Washington, and carry
an American flag, will start on his lengthy
predestrian tour on Monday next, at eight
o'clock, a. m., from the^tepsof the State Hoase.
A beautiful silk flag ha? been presented to him
by Mayor Lincoln in benalf of the city.
Junius B. Booth.?A dispatch from Cin
cinnati, dated the 15th, says: "Junius Brutus
Booth is in deep grief over the tragedy which
involves his brother Wilkes as an assassin.
His engagement would hare flowd to-night,
but he dared not appear. He informs me that
J Wilkes Booth was to have been married
soon. Mr. Booth has gone to the country to
nicht. to Mb quiet until the excitement is
passed. lie paces his room aad polls his hair
liae a man deranged."
ify Tennessee is the twentieth State that has
adopted the constitutional amendment.
out rOREIO* RELATIONS.
AddrrMtt ?f (he Diplomatic lirpi |#
Preiidfit Jthnitn.
?"sterday Sir Frederick W. A. Brace ?u
trod need to the President by the Acting
^ ^ret*ryof Stat?, and presented bis creden
Pleni^J^I0* E*^?ordin&ry and Minuter
Government s?) U"CnUnlc Majesty to this
inff Frederick made the folio w
?r ^ upoa the occasion:
'?h?IDiI,k 11witb <,e*P and 9lncere
concern that I have to accompany nv first
official act witb expressions of coadJi ??e
On Saturday last tbe ceremony that takes
Blace to-day was to have been performed
at the gracious intentions of the late lamented
President were frustrated by events which
have plunged this country into consternation
and affliction, and which will call forth in
Great Britain feelings of horror as well as pro
fbund sympathy for the victims.
It becomes, therefore, my duty, sir, to pre
sent the letter from my sovereign, of which I
am the bearer, to you us Preaidentof the United
fc.ates, and it is with pleasure that 1 convey
the assurances of regard and good will which
ner Majesty entertains toward you, sir, as
President of the United States.
fT-.o?1?! ,Q"ber directed to express her Majesty's
*.lf w ^ deposition toward the great nation oC
which yon are the Chief Magistrate, and her
and welfare!** wislle8for ?ts peace, prosper! ty
. HerMajesty has nothing more at heart than
to caltivate those relations of amity and good
I understanding which have 60 long and so hap
I^.Kex.T8te. iK>tween tn? lw? kindred natious
of the I nited States and Great Britain, and it
sin this spirit that I am directed to perform
the duties of the important and honorable post
confided to me.
Permit me, sir, to say that it shall he the ob
ject of my earnest endeavors to carry oat m /
instructions faithfully in this respect, and tc>
express the hope, sir, that yon will favorablv
consider my attempts to merit your approba
tion and to f"nWSllQ^s Goy
emment.
I have the honor, sir, to place in yonr hands
the letter of credence confided to me bv her
Majesty. 3
To which the President replied as follows ?
Sir Frederick W. a. Bruce: The cordial
and friendly seutiments which yea have ex
pressed on the part of her Britannic Maieetv
give me great pleasure.
Great Britain and the United States, by the
extended and varied forms of commerce be
tween them, the contiguity of portions of their
possessions, and the similarity of their lan
rn~i?m\hF<J.Uws' are drawn into constant and
intimate ini^ituuice. At tha Qamp fim., thn,_
are from the same causes exposea to froqus^t
occasions of misunderstandings only to be
averted by mutual forbearance So eac^rlv
-*??? ?h? v.t-oule of the two countries engaged
throughout almost the whole world In the pur
suit of similar commercial enterprises, accom
panied by natural rivalries and jealousies, that
-, '-*** -""-""'h almost seem that the two
at first si^utt, ? ?* r\i-i
Governments must be enemies, Ul nv uv?( v???.
and calculating friends. So devoted are the
two nations, throughout all their domain, and
even in their most remote territorial and colo
nial possessions, to the principles of civil rights
and constitutional liberty, that, on the other
hand, the superficial observer might errone
ously count upon a continued concert of action
and sympathy, amounting to an alliance be
tween tl*>m.
Each is charged with the development o*
the progress and liberty of a considerable por
tion of the human race. Each in its sphere is
subject to difficulties and trials not partici
pated in by the other. The interests of civili
zation and of humanity require the two should
be friends. I have always known and ac
cepted it as a fact, honorable to both countries,
that the l|ueen of England is a sincere and
honest well-wisher to tbe United States. I
have been equally frank and explicit in the
opinion that the iriendship of the United States
toward Great Britain is enjoined by all con
siderations of Interest and of sentiment affect
ing the character of both. You will, therefore,
be accepted as a Minister friendly and well
disposed to the maintenance of peace and the
honor of both countries, "i'oa will find myself
and all my associates, acting in accordance
with the same enlightened policy and con
sistent sentiments, and so I am sure that it
will not occur in yonr case thateltheryonrself
or this Government will ever have c\nse to
regret th&. snch an important relationship ex
isted at such a crisis.
Shortly after the reception of Sir Frederick
Bruce, the various members of the diplomatic
body were presented to the President by the
Acting Secretary of State. As dean or the
body, Baron von Gerelt, the Minister of Prus
sia, addressed the President as follows :
Mr. President: The representatives of for
eign nations hare assembled here to express
to yonr excellency their feelings at the deplo
rable events of which they have been wit
nesses, to say how sincerely they share lu the
national mourning for the ctuel fate of the
late President, Abraham Lincoln, and how
deeply they sympathize with the Government
and people of the United States in their ereat
affliction. *
"With equal sincerity we tender to you, Mr.
President, our best wishes for the welfare aad
personal aQd for your
May we be allowed "algor'fllr. President, to
give utterance on this occasion to oarsincerest
hepes for an early re-establishment of peace in
this great country, and for the maintenance of
the friendly relations between tbe Govern
ment of the United States and the Govern
ments which we represent.
To which the President replied:
Gentlemenol the Diplomatic BodyI heart
ily thank yed en behalf of the Government
and people of the United States for the sym
S^h/.^h,Ch y0? .bave 80 expressed
upon the mournful events to which you refer
The good wishes, also, which you so kindlv
oiler for the welfare and prosperity of the
United States, and for my personal health and
happiness, are gratefully received.
Your hopes for the early restoration of peace
in this country are cordially reciprocated bv
me, and you may be assured that I shall leave
nothing undone toward preserving those rela
tions of friendship which now, fortunately
exist between the United States and all forei/n
powers. *11
The Late President's Family.?The New
it ork Commercial proposes that subscriptions
be opened and a sum made np sufficiently
large to enable the members of the late Pres
ident's family to live in ease and comfort for
the rest of their lives. It also suggests that a
colossal monument to the memory of Mr Lin
coln be erected in Centra) Park or some other
portion of the city of New York.
The New Vice-President.?Senator L. S.
Foster, the new \ ice-President, was born id
r ranklin, jNew London county, Conn., Nov.
22, 1Wj6, and is a direct descendant of Miles
Standish. He has been a member of the Gen
eral Assembly of Connecticut, Speaker of the
House, Mayor oi the city of Norwich, and
United States Senator, to whi?h position ne
was elected in 1855, and re-elected in 1660.
!D~ The New Orleans True Delta claims to
have official intelligence that Gen. Rheaeena
commanding the chief army of Jaarez in Cen
tral Mexico, has abandoned the contest, and
hcfme 0 army has ?iven UP fighting and gone
orty millions dollars of the crown
woods and forests in France are to be sold.
IC7" In Florence, 'buses are to be established,
in which passengers will be allowed to travel
to any part of the city for two cents.
ITT" General Ord purchased the table on.
which the terms of surrender were siened hr
General Grant and Lee for 850.
(^Stoning, beating and robbing Chinamen
is a favorite amusement with roughs In Call
, fornia Dogs are carefully taught to snap at
I their long queues and bring them np l-oia
behind "all standing." ^ ?
1C7" A movement has been started in Cali
.tu^script1011 10 Purchase a home
r?c^rtin?r?t ? Jobn Brownt who are
residing at Red Bluff, on tbe Sacramento river.
Emperor Napoleon contemplates
making a systematic tour, which will last sev
eral years, through the French provinces, in
'nfroduce tbe Imperial Prince to his
the Jhe south of France is to be
the first stage, and to have its turn this year.
. ^"Uaptain John H. Bell, a Baltimore Pres
Dytenan, has been made Lord Admiral in
Chief of iiic Turkish navy, and allowed to keep
his religion. Tne Cuitan was generous to him.
A rival for the Arumwinj gun is an
nounced in Pittsbnrg, Pa. The invenuu u<u>
challenged Sir William Armstrong to a trial
in November next, each piece to be fired two
hundred consecutive times.
NT* Laura Keene, and Messrs. Hawk and
Dyott, of her company, who were arrested ac
Harrisbnrg on Monday, were discharged by
an order from Washington on Taesday.
|?7?The people of Kentucky are huntmr
down the guerrillas with such zeal that the
business is pretty much stopped, and offender*
are skalklng away in any disguise that can ba
made available. M
means
Hon. Josiah Qnlncy says that OS*
s now, "Can't Secede Again."
WTh? Deerhonnd is not the onlv Britisn
hound that has interfered with us in thu re
Demon.
a I^T'!i1rinDitKiterra Kea.n s<lQ?dron, under
Admiral Goldsborongh, Is to comprise thirty
th"fiag?hfp ??lora(l0' flfty-two guns, to be
?"The report* about the serious illness ot
Napoleon are confirmed. Upon the advices
of his physicians, he is to leave Paris for Severn
months.
ID" Since Jnly 1, #113,333.937 in gold has
been reoeived at New York, from California.

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