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w U WALLACH, Editor and Proprietor. j WABHIHQ T ON CITY I FR I DAY ????? APRIL ait 1?8* ??j The Remains of President Lincoln. THE DEPARTURE OF THE SPECIAL TRAIN FOR SFBl>Ot^LP Yesterday tbelh^gVp"sons visiting the remains of tbe late President, as they laid In state in the Capitol, continued until dark, at vbicb time tbe doors were closed and the guard for the night, consisting of the Capital Police. Capt. Newman, and a detail from the 12th Veteran Reserves, set. The number of ?visitors is estimated at about forty thousand, and but for the inclement weather the number ?vrould have been probably twice as many. The coffin was covered with a profusion of nat ural flowers, from the hand of affection. The catalalco (which was mostly trimmed by Mr. G. L. Kirby, of the Capitol Police,) was sur rounded by a platform, which the crowd as cended, passing to the head of the coflln, and thence to the west rioor of the rotunda, and ?. ut of the building. The following oilicers were In charge of the remains, and Gen. M. C. Meigs was present during a portion of the day :?Lieut. Com r Edward E. Stone, of the monitor Montank; T.tynt. Com'r A. Ward Weaver, monitor Ma IIUl'?v ? - ? *? y * ? f on nrn Lieut. N H. Farqnhar, U. S. steamer Sanri. ago de Cuba, Lieut. A. R- McNair, of Admiral Farragut's staff; Lieut. E. M. Shepherd, U. S. monitor Mrhopac, on the part of tne Navy. Brig. Gen. J. P- Slough and Capt. R. C. Gale, A. A. G., and Dr. F. M. Mead, cnief surgeon of bis staff; Brevet Brig. Gen. Gamble, C.ipts. A. J. Wicker rham, A. A. G.; T. C. Brown, A. A I. G : G C. Laurence, A. Q,. M.; Lieuts C. | F. Moore, H. A. Moore, H. A. Pearsons and George Gamble, of his staff. The Removal of the Remains to the Rail* road Station. About six o'clock this mornine. the cl the Cabinet, th? iimiois delegations, tbe P?n beaiers. and several officers of the army , with Senators, assembled in the rotunda, and after taking a farewell look at the corpse . It was removed to a hearse by the same ser- j Teants who carried the corpse on Wednesday and under a guard of honor, composed ot the [ companies of Captains Cromee, Bush, Hille brand and Dillon, of the 12th V. R. C., under tf e command of Lieut. Col. Dell, tbe remains ? were taken to the depot, the Cabinet and others following. _ The remains of little Willie Lincoln, who died in February, 1562, and were placed in a vault at Oak Mill Cemetery, were removed to the depot about the same time, and placed in the same car with the remains of his lamented , father. The body was embalmed at the time ; by I?rs Brown and Alexander, and placed in a'metailic burial case; but yesterday?tbe case , was placed in a handsome black walnut coflln, I silver mounted. The silver plate on the bust , of the buiial case is inscribed? "William Wallace Lincoln, "Born December-21st, IS5<f, "Died February 20th, 1?62." The remains of father and son were placed on the car next to the rear, one whicn was ? built for the U. S- Military Railroad, originally for the President and other dignitaries. It con tains a parlor, sitting room and sleeping apart, j ment. Yesterday it was put in mourning by I Mr. John Alexander, the windows being hung ; with black curtains and the entire furniture t robed in black. Along the top. outside, is a . row of mourning gathered to black and white , rosettes, and another similar row extends , around the car below the windows. This car is in charge ot Mr. John McNaughton, V. S. j M. R. R. A plain stand, covered with black cloth, was placed in tne south end of tbe car, | oh which the remains of the President were ; placed, and on a like stand at the opposite end the remains of little Willie rested. The Scene at the Depot. The military, as soon as the remains had passed them. *ormed in line in front ot the building, aLd a strong guard, wa* placed at i all approaches, no person being allowed but officers of the army and navy, the delegations goiig with the trains, and the passengers for the Philadelphia train, leaving at 7.30 At the back of the Depot, Capt. Camp, of Soldiers' Rest, posted a guard and kept the crowd back, a large number of persons having gathered. , There were quite a number of officials present j as the train was being made ready, among whom wrre Secretaries Stanton. Usher, ! Welles, McCulloch. and Postmaster General Dennison, Attorney General Speed, Lieut. General Grant. Generals Hunter, Hardee, Barnard, Rucker, Townsend, Ekin, Eaton, Howe, Hfcll, McCollum, Capt. Camp, of Sol diers' Rest, and others of tbe army; C. H, D^'is, of the Bureau ?? ?i^anon; Capt. \v. k~layiOr, turn major Field, of the Marine Corps. As the time for the departure of the train drew near, the parties holding tickets took their places in the train, among them Gens. Barnard, Elfin, Townsend, Hunter and Ilowe, ^2a mree naval officers named above, as also Gen. McCallum, superintendent of the U S. military railroads, who superintended, the whole arrangements; President Garrett, of tne Baltimore and Oiio railroad; Col. Lamon, i U. S. Marshal ol the District; Messrs Edwards and Smith, two relatives of Mr. Lincoln; T. F. ; Pendle, the principal doorkeeper at the White , House, and H. C. Smith, the special policeman 3t the Executive Mansion; a detail of twenty- , ore first sergeants of the 7th, loth, 9th, 12th, j 11th, l~th and-Mth regiments Veteran Reserves, ? nder charge of Capt. J. M. McCamley, of the , yth: Lieuts. J. R. Durkee, 7th; E. Hoppy,12th; E Murphy, loth; three gentlemen of the press Messrs. Gobright ot the Associated Press, who ?will be joined at Philadelphia by Mr. Corbett; U. H. Painter, of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Mr. Page ot the New York Tribune, and Dr. j Adonis, ol the Chicago Tribune. The Railroad Station. The station, which, since the death of 1he ] President nas worn mourning on the outside, was elaborately draped inside this morning, the work having been done yesterday under the direction of Mr. George S. Koontz, the General Agent of the road; now every window and door-frame being draped and heavy fes toons falling from tbe eornice of tbe main saloon, and a large flag covered with crape lianging over tbe door leading to the platform. Over the gate to the platform a large arch covered with mourning was sprung, and the railing rnnning the entire length ot the plat form was covered. The Train. The train in which were the remains and those accompanying them, was composed of eight cars, six of them being the beautiful double-deckers of the Baltimore and Ohio Road, one the car from the Military Railroad, above described, and the last the one intended for the family and tbe Congressional Commit tee, sent here yesterday by the Superintendent of the Philadelphia, Wilmington and Balti more Road. This car contains a parlor, cham ber. dining-room aud kitchen, and is elaborate ly furnished. The train was put together by Mr. John Collins, dispatcher of trains, while Mr. Koontz, the general, and Mr. Walker, the passenger agent, saw that the passengers were properly seated. The train was under the im mediate charge of Capt. J. P. Dukehart, one of the most popular conductors, who goes through with the remains to Springfield, as special aid to Gen. McCallum. The Pilot Engine. The engine to *o before the train as the pilot was No. *230, ol which Wm. Galloway is the engineer and James Brown fireman. It was heavily draped in mourning, all tbe brass being covered, while in lront there were two large flags fringed with mourning and four smaller ones on the engine. The tender was also heavi ly draped. At precisely ten minutes to eight i o'clock, after directions ban been given by Major General Meigs and General McCollum, the engine started. The Departure of the Train. Shortly after the pilot engine started all who were to accompany the ren?"?u? took their places in the cars, an* ??<? eight o'clock the signal was elver wnen the bell on the en*ine attaM?<??i to the train, No 238, which v. as dressed as the pilot engine, slowly tolled, the bells on some of the other engines tolling simultaneously, and slowly the train moved from the station, the members of the Cabinet and others who were on the platform, as well as the crowd gathered in tbe rear of the depot, outside of the line of sentries, standing uncov ered until tbe train passed out of view, when all returned through the station. The engineer in charge of No. 23." was Thos. Beckett, whose fireman Is C. A. Miller, and on the engine was Mr. John R. Smith, supervisor of engines of tbe Balt.more and Ohio Railroad. Thx Wbxklv Stab, published to-day, con tains all the details of the exciting and sor rowful events of the last week, together with much new matter up to the hoar of publica tion. Those who have failed to obtain copies of our dally will, by early application, be able to get the same and much additional matter of thrilling Interest in our weekly. MT From J.Shillington, Odeon Bailding, we have an advance copjof Godey'e Lady's Book tH *?/? THE ASSASSINATION PLOT. Attempt to Get Through the Lines* A Mysterious Suicide. On Wednesday night a man who made sev eral attempts at different points to pasa the outer line of pickets around the city, was placed in the guard room at Fort Thayer tor examination, and there deliberately committed suicide by cutting the jugular rein on each side of the neck with a penkn'.fe. He was a'iout 5 feet 10 inches high, light curly hair and beard, small feet and delicate hands, was evidently educated, had on a new flue officer's fatigue coat, grey pants and rest, new under* clothing, In double, and fine calf boots. On him was found three hundred and twenty dollars, a penknife, two conflicting army dis charges of the same date for George B. Love, a receipt from H. Stockbridge, of Baltimore, for two hundred and fifty dollars from George B Love for legal services, and a watch and chain. The evidence seems to Indicate that he was concerned in the assassination plot. "TIIE MURDKRER STILL AT LARGE." Such is the heading of the stirring apoeal of th* Secretary of War to the people "of the country. It is a matter of surprise that re wards have not been offered in every State, city and town in the land to swell the amount bid for the apprehension of the assassin of Mr Lincoln. Put a million of dollars on the head of the criminal, and earth has not a hiding place that wn"1'1 ??"-"I nim. His associate* are men of desperate purposes, ana nice most men of that stamp are of prodigal habits re quiring profuse supplies of money. To such men such a reward would be irresistible.. The sum of money named would also enlist the de *ectlve force of the world in the workof hunt ing down the criminal. Let him l>e caught and die an ignominious death, and the business'of assassination mil oe held hereafter somewho* ?.ueaply; but give it ao irresistible to badly.trained young men of the Jack Sheppard school, or a suc cessful escape in defiance of a whole nation in pursuit, and we may have other aspirants for his bad eminence. Our country cannot afford to lei this man es cape, it has been our boast that a President of the Republic needed not a single bayonet for his protection. Is that proud distinction amongst the powers of the earth to be ours no more Let every State, city, town and hamlet in the country contribute to swell the aggregate re ward for the assassin. official billktijt. Washington, D. C., April -20, 9.4.5 p. m. Major General Dix, New York : The evening report of the Surgeon General as to the condition of Secretary Seward and his son is as follows: aQk>;hral's Office, Washington ' 1-65,9.45 p. m?Hon Ed vnnM. Stanton, Secretary of War?Sin: I have the honor to report that there has been a de cided improvement in the condition of the Secretary of S ate to-day. No perceptible al teration in the case of Mr. F. Seward. ""V ery respectf'y your ob't serv't, '-JA8. K. Barnbs, Surgeon General." Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War. THE LATE TRAGEDY. At/erot au Accomplice of Boo th Arrested -"?s Arrival in this City-He is ?,od*ed in a safe Place. ? Atzerot, the accomplice of Booth, haa been captured. He was taken about ? o'clock yesterday morning, at the residence of his uncle, near a village called Germantown, in the upper end ot Montgomery county, Maryland, by a com paLy ot cavalry under command of Captain Townsend, and brought to the Kelay House, which point was reached about 7 o'clock last evening A cousin of Atzerot s was also taken into custody. Atzerot is represented as cool and collected, reticent, and, when questioned, responded on ly with a laugh. At the time of his arrest he was in bed. P. S.?Atzerot arrived here last night about half-past nine o'clock, in a special train, and in double irons. He was placed in a safe place, the location of which, for prudential reasons, we withhold. a M?P. Ovuipletc Account. A 10.25 last night the train brought George Andreas Atzerot and Ernst Hartmann Rich ter, arrested about 4 o'clock yesterday morn chter'6 far??, near Middleburzh P. O., Montgomery county, Maryland. They were received at the depot by Colonel T in graham and Oapt. William N. Wermeraklrch and taken to a sate place. Richter stated that Atzerot, who was his cousin, slept on the nth at the Pennsylvania House, formerly the Kimmel House, in C street; that he I-n Washington on Saturday and went to Rock ? if ?stage' tbere b'red a buggy, drove to Gettysburg, and then rode on a farmer's wa gon to kloppersville, where he arrived late at night, and remained till next morning; thence he walked to Richter'e farm. Atzerot is t wen iyIelg. wyears old' flTe feet flTe inches in height, has a swarthy complexion, and dark hair, moustache, and imperial. He seems to be shrewd, and was very reserved in his an swers. Richter said that he had not seen him for about three months until he came ta his larm on Sunday last. *Th?re will be s meeting of the SEVENTH ? WARDBXKMPTION OLUB on 8ATIJIt DaY EVENING, at TURNER HALL, corner p *,Ten?ue ;ud street, at 7K o'elock. Functua! attendance n earnestly requested u business of importance ia to be transacted ap 21 2t (Yc^SERMON ON THE DEATH Of PRI3 y^Tr/n v ?1..LINCOLN.?Rev. Dr. Gm.i.etth 7 ? * >de!lT?r ? discourse in tLe Pirat Bap Raniiavn^w^?i?V??!' b?tw?en ? and H. on SABBATH XVJSJilNO. April 23, 18<5, cftinmeaeiiig hSfortlThe text on the occasion will be Iaaiah 6: I.-''In the year that King Uzziah k'? Vi^JL8^ Lord, sit ingupon a throne, high and lifted np, and his train Riled the tern v? _____ ap 21 -2t |Y"=i=?THIRD WARD MUTUAL EXEMPTION .Lit associaTion may be finally closed and the funds distributed. J. II. BARTLETT President R. L. PRE8TON. Sec. [Intel it]' ?p 20 2t* [Tg^ NO! ICE?The faneral oration for our lata Lk5 President w,u be delivered in the English . by the Rev. Dr. Isaac Lesser, ot Phil ^ el phi a on next BATCRDAY MORNINO Anril 9B?'?,ocki1rt ?'na*?*ne of the 8lh8t- bet" H M">?* ADOLPH ADLER.R.8 MAYOR'S officeT" ? viction of the party or parties who the ESftVf ^tempted ap 17-flt ,fflABD WALL^V IT5-BXML8IOR BUILDING ASSOCIATION. LK-3 At a meeting of this Aasoeiatien held en the bth instant, it was ordered that the books for subscription be reopened until further notice, persons taking stock paying 26 cents premium on eacb share for the following month. ap 8-eolm JNO. M. HANSON, 8eo. VT~=* NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS IN THI Uof COUNTY Or WA8HINOTON.-The un der.igned, assessor* of the county of Washinaton will kit as a beard or appeal at the office ef Nicholas Lallan, Esq., clerk ot the county, corner of Fat -t jon Tuesday, Apr'i nth""roLioto aafi'mUtof i^ t0hear ,ppea'e8 ou ^eas D. V. BURR, ORORQKH PLANT, ap 6 eo3w CHARLEi R BELT; - County Assessors. I T HECepartnar.v.N9*10* J. H. Tall aad h0i?i'b "f?\pfor??listingbetween solved by mntn,1 Laksmaa i? this day dla S84 Penn. avenuef^K The- N*. Tall, and all the fom? bn?< c?r'?1,on by}. H I by him. rmn husineaa wUl be settled April 30th. 1<KS. J^ADIEB' 8PRINO WESpii^iT-^^^ Black Bilk Ceats, Long and Short 8ae<i?ei, Light Cloth Coata. ? 0ircuUr>'*?.,4;e. Leng and Bhert Saeqaaa, Entirely new stylea and at^our^owaf . pri^s, at MAXWELL'S Depot of L^d ,?.0^.^ Goods, and Oloaka and Mantillas. "aacy 3,?? Fennsylvaaia avenue. "d ICE CREAM! - ICE ORIAMI! Bntle?. Confeetieaers and Fami^S with a delicious article at "FFued bamuel llotd's LOST and found. TAKEN UP?2 HOR8EB. The owner or owners 1 can have tbfe same by proving property and pavinz charges. Apply to Kalorama Hospital, w aihiiftoB, P. 0. apil-it* OSt?The 17th, TWO HUNDRED AND TEN DOLLARS and some private papers, belonging to Mia Bell Ferguson. If returned to the Btar office, or to MIB8 FERGUBON. No. 339 south B at., they will receive Fifty Pollers. ap ll-jt* TV OTICE?Strayed yesterday on the farm of Mr. IA Clark Mills, 8 miles from the city, on the Bladenshurg turnpike, three mooly COWS, two red ac<4 one spotted. The owner can have them by calling on the subscriberon the premises, proving property and paying charges. aptl 3t* 8AML. CEA8. LOST?On the afternoon of Tuesday, April 13, THREE BEY8, tied with red tape,oneof them a safe key. A liberal reward will be paid for their retnrn to this office. ap 20-tf fifcr REWARD.?Lost, on the 13th instant, a small brown oryellowTEERlBR, with white on his breast: answers to the name of "Dan,'* Reward paid on his return to 884 Q street. ap 2"-ft* T> 1WABU).?Lost, on Wednesday, the 19th inst.. IV between 17th and nth streets, a round, chased GOLD SLEEVE BUTTON, with the letter X in German text on it. A liberal reward will he paid if left at the Bta^ office. ap20-3t 108T?On Tuesday morning. 18th, at the en 4 trance to the President's house, an onyx BRBASTPIN,set with pearls. A gentleman was seen to pick It up by the guard. A liberal reward will be paid for it if returned to HANCOCK'S res taurant. 339 Pennsylvania aye. ap2Q-3t? r 08T.-F1VE DOLLARS REWARD.?A small Li "Scotch" or "8ky" TERRIER, with chain collar, marked "Jerry Wheelright. Madison st.'' The above reward will be paid on delivery to Ool, GEO. D. WISE, 353 K street. Franklin Bow. ap to 3t* 08T?On the 20th irstant, between corner of K * and 37th streets. Washington, aai Washing ton street, Georgetown,one 8300 5-30 COUPON BOND, 4th series. No. or 20,836, A liberal re ward will b* paid to anyone finding and return ing the same to W. H. KURTZ, No. 109 Gay st., Georgetown, P. 0. ap10-3t* SUAAPUTO c BNTLBMEN DESIRING EXCELLlNT AND H nicely furnished ROOMS, with Bofd, should call at 418 8th street, near G. RePrenees ex obanged. ?? 6 10t? F^OUROR FIVE GENTLEMEN O*1* BEWILL accommodated with BOARD ar* LODGING on K street, south corner of 25th. mar 20 Mayor's Of"ok. April 21.1*?. ?*BALEB PROPOSAL8 wi' be received at the Mayor's Offlce until iUBSrA.1. at 12 m . the 25th instant, for laying the gaajPd water service pipe on F street north, from0*?1 to l*th street west, where, directed by the Q??missioiierB% tlie pipe to be laid one foot inside cur^ Une* The gas service pip "e. ??e 1110,1 yrought iron pipe, with the u?*1 !?<* ??ck. The water service '?P? "hall be U inch, stronK lead pipe, weighinf not less than three pound s two ounces per foq- ??d s!l*11 be laid thirty-six inches below the >treet surface. The stop cock inside the curb t be3, inch brass cook, trithovt i'Toje-tinz stem. *. that it shall be under the ex^ elusive control*' the Corporation, with box and cover, conforn*0* to existing Corporation laws. The bid for ?? servico pipes will be per lineal foot of the* speoific sum for the tapping arn'Oorporation stop, tlie ourb stone stop <0,1. ... *>? ."d =111 fflLL4CU. ap 21-3t I Intel.) Mayor. B Y J.O. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. r OPlvCARBIAGK AND COUPEE FOR SALE. On SATURDAY MORNING, April 22, at 12 o'clc-k.in front of the Auction Rooms, we shall .cell-* Ore Open Carriage and one Coupe Carriage. Tsrms cash. V J. C. McGUIRB & CO.. Aucts. Y WM. L. WALL CO.. Auctioneers. Hone and Cnrrinte Bazaar, (IB La. at\, betw. 9tii and 10*/* streets. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. By order of the honorable Orphans' Court, on TUESDAY MORNING, the Jftth instant, at in o'clock. I will aell, at the Bazaar of W. L. Wall A One Bay Horse One Silver Watch One Four horse Wagon Three Sets Harnets. Terms cash. .... CHARLES M. MATTHEWS, Administrator. ?ap21 d WM. L. WALL A CO., Aucts. B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. YBRY HANDSOME IMPROVED PROPERTY ON SECOND 8TRXET, CAPITOL HILL, AT AUC TION. On THURSDAY, the 27th instant, to shall sell, in front of the premises, at sixo'clock p. m ,parts of Lots 2F and 26. in Square No. 732, *ith the im provemeBts. which are a handsome Frame Dwel ling House, with brick basement,containing eight or ten conveniently arranged roeras, gas and water; also, Wood?house, Stable, tnd Carriage house. The whole front is 83 feet on Second street east, between South B and C sts.. be.ween Penn sylvania avenue and St. Peter's Chutch. The lot runs back about 12" feet to a wide private alley. It is well set in shrubbery and fruit trees. This property is beautifully and eligibly situa ted, having an east front, and presen.s many in ducements to any person wishing to oUain a hand some residence. Title indisputable. Terms cash. All conveyance at the cost of purchaser, includ ing revenue stamps. One hundred dollars will be required when the property is knocked off. . ... _. If the purchaser should fail t' comply with the terms of sale in live day*/i?? ?aX sale, the owner reserves the rU*' to re sell the property at the risk and cost of tne first purchaser by adver tising the earn* enree times ia the National Intel "ky GBBEN <t WILLIAMS. Auctn. 475 J B-L09TI 475 The undersigned wishes to inform the Public at largs that if you want a Sign or your House paint ed to call at 475 llth street. between ? and F. Gilding on Glass and Fancy Card written to or der. The above work done in a workmanlike manner and at prices to suit the times. ap 17-lw 1ARE8S HATS, of the Latest Styles and finest U qualities, in silk, black, and pearl Qassi-r-? meres. Particular attention is called to the^L RESORTS HAT, so highly recommended for^^ its lightness and comfort to the wearer. B. H. STINEMBTZ, Hatter, ap 13 334 Pa. ay., second door from '.3th st. | FMBER! LUMBER! LUMBER! On hand a large stock of LUUBIB, comprising in part? 300,000 feet 4-4 White Pine Cullings 100,000 '* Hemlock Joist and Bcantling 100,000 11 Spruce do do 100,000 " 4 4 Eastern 8bore Flooring 100 000 " 4 4,6-4. 8 t und 12-4 W. P. Select and Panel, mostly Albany of superior quality and seasoned 300.000 Laths received direct and will behold Also,ft^Thite Pine and Spruce Flooring, Wh.te Pine and Cypress Shingles. Seasoned Oak, Ash and Poplar, Ac., Ac., all of whioh I ode* at the very lowest market prices. Particular inducements offered to large cash purchuers. T. KBWARD CLARK, Virginia are., bet. 'jth and 10th sts. east. aplS-lm* Navy Yard. TO HOUSEKEEPERS AND OTHERS.-House keepers can always find at our Store a full stock of fine CHINA, CROCKERY. CUTLERY and PLATED WARE, of latest styles and at the lowest cash prices. WEBB A BEVERIDGE, ap!2 U.tif Odd Fellows' Hall, 7th st. / 'HILDRfcN'B CARRIAGES. V CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES. Just recaived another lotof CHILDREN'S CAR RIAGES, which we are offering as cheap as pre vious lot. Call early if you wish a cheap Carriage. We are still selling Walnut and Mahogany Fur niture at cost. BONTX A GROSUON, ap 18-St 369 7th, above I. PPOF. HALL'S CILEBRATED LONDON YXABT POWDER Is pronounced to be the best Yeast or BAKING POWDER now in ise. Having been used for some years in Europe with the greatest satisfaction, is now offered to the public as .being, the most healthy, economical and reliable yiSA8T POW DEB in the United Btatos. Handsomely put up in tin flans, containing from four ounces to twenty pounds, and will heep for aay length of time and in any climate, if kept dry. BROADBBNT A 00 , 8ole Agents. Also, Manufacturers and Dealers in Coffees, crude and ground, Spices. Mustards, fine grouod Table Salt. Ac., Ac. Merchants and others will do well to call, or send for a list of prices, before purchasing elsewhere. , J. F. BHOADBENT A C0., 67 North Calvert street, ap20 3m Baltimore, Ma_ 486 &I,RI5iG ASSORTMENT ??0 MABKRITBR'S, NO. 496 SEVENTH STBEET, DBAI.8R IB CHOICE STOCK OF INTERIOR ADORNMENTS ?XBAACIH* PAPER HANGINGS. A select and varied stock of Gilt, Medium and low priced Paper Hangings. Borders, Btatues. Cen tre Pieces. Ac., embracing the Largest and Hand somest assortment in the District. ? WINDOW 8HADE8. , x ? Buff. Green, Pink, Lavender, Ohocalate, Brown and G^t Window Shades, a variety of patterns; Bhade Fixtures, Tassels. Ac. PICTURE CORD A TABBELi. , Jt. Bilk and Worsted Pioture Cord and Tassels. di*> ferent sizes and colors, a beautiful assortment. Pioture Eings, Nails. Ae. OVAL PICTURE FEAMEB. _Ths largest assortment of Oval Frames In^the Pistriot. warranted to begillei VlHl |*U leaf Also, a variety of Park Wood Frames, with a ra ted stock odsmali-siied Oral and Carte de Ytsite ried stoc Frames. ENGRAVINGS A PAINTINGS. . A few choice Engravings and Paintings always la store. ?rders for Payer Hanging and Window Shades punctually attended to, and exeontsd in the best lp**yr. In city or country. Terms Oash for Goods or Labor IQA , . 486 BbvipthHASi^***' A Qi? Hi, 5 O'CLOCK P. M. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. Washington, April 21, 1885. Jiy Coolrp & Co. famish the following quo taUons of Government securities: Buying. Selling XT s. 6'8 Coupon 1881 1??)< U. S 5-20's.... 10# 107 XT. S. 10-40's 91^ 8 ) One Year Certificates 90 #9*t' New York?First Boars. Coupons. 100: 5-20's, 106\\ 10-40's, 96%-, Cer tificates, 99#; Gold, 147 THE CAPTURE OF ATZEROT. George A. Atzerot, sometimes known as ??Port Tobacco," and one of Booth's accom plices, who was arrested yesterday at Ger mantown, Montgomery eounty, Did., by Capt. Townsend's company of the 1st Delaware cav alry, arrived here last night in a special car attached to the regular 10 o'clock train. The authorities here having been informed by telegraph of the arrest of Atzerot, Colonei Ingraham, Colonel Luddington, and Marshal Murray, of New York, with a strong mili tary force, were in attendance at the rail road station, and immediately upon the arri val of the train a guard was placed at every door of the passenger cars to prevent the pas sengers from leaving the cars until the prison er had been removed to a place of safety. This precaution was taken to avoid any tumult by the lact ol his arrival being divulged. Atzerott was then taken quietly from the train aiiu pmceu in au *muiuus, wUioH had been seized by the military authorities, for the purpose, and rapidly driven to a sate place of confinement. As soon as the passengers were allowed to leave the train, and it became known that the prisoner had arrived here, the news spread rapidly, and in a very short time an immense crowd of persons had assembled at Col. Ingra bam's office in anticipation that he would be brought there, but in this they were disap pointed. While on the way, Atzerott maintained a sullen silence, and endeavored to as?ume an air ol indifference. He was well dressed, and appears to have made no efforts to conceal his identity. He has a thoroughly bad face and repulsive manners. THE OPERATIONS OF THE NAVY BEFORE MOBILE. Capture of Forts aud the River Cleared of Obstructions. H. K. Thatcher, commanding the West Gulf Squadron, has lorwarded to the Navy Depart ment a detailed report of the operations of the navy before Mobile. Com. Thatcher, in Lis dispatch, which is dated U. S. flagship Stock dale, ofMVLobile, April 12, says: ?'Subsequent to the capture of Fort Alexis and Spanish Fort, detailed in my dispatch No. ":3, dated April the 9th. the Octorora, Lieut. Com. W. W. Low, and the iron clads were enabled, in conseqHence of the thorough drag ging of the Blakely river, through the indefati gable and intelligent exertions of Commander Pierce Crosby, to move up the river nearly abreast of Spanish Fort, lrom which point Lt. Com. Low, with his rifled guns, shelled with great precision Forts Huger and ?racy, and with such effect that both these forts were evacuated on the evening of the Uth, and our lorcf-s took possession, capturing a few prison ers in the adjoining mar6h. These forts I shall hold until General Canby can gairison them with troops. "This morning I moved with the gunboats, convoyiBg eight thousand men of -tleneral (Granger's force to the west side of Mobile bay, for the purpose of attacking Mobile. ??On our arrival, it was ?oen ascertained that the enemv had evacuated all their defences and retreated with their gunboats up the Alabama river. The gunboats will in a few days un questionably be captured, unless destroyed by the rebels themselves. "General Granger and mvaelf have just sent into Mobile a formal demand to the Mayor for its unconditional surrender, which will un doubtedly be accorded, as the city is now at our mercy. The navy has already hoisted the stars and stripes over the walls of Fort Pinto and Spanish River Iiattery. ?'We also have entire possession of Choctaw Point Battery, and three heavy forts below it within Ounow's Bend. ?1 shall place a sufficient number of gun boats directly in front of the city to give efflci cient protection to the loyal inhabitants, of which I learn there are a great number. Gen. Cantiy, with the forces under his immediate command, is at present in Blakely, though I have constant telegraphic communication with him." RECEPTIONS BY PRESIDENT JOIIXSON: The President was engaged all the morning in receiving visitors. The Indiana, Ohio and Maine delegations called to pay their respects, when addresses were made by Gov. Morton, on the part of the Indiana delegation; Got. Brougb, on the part of the Ohio delegation; and Representative Rice, on part of the Maine del egation, the President replying to each most appropriately, despite the heavy run upon him as an impromptu speaker made by so many visiting delegations. CIIANGES OF COMMAN D. Major General Hal leek left this city last evening for Richmond, it is stated, to relieve Major General Ord, and assume command of the Department of Virginia; headquarters at Richmond. ? Major General Ofd is to relieve Major Gen eral Gillmere, in command of the Depart mentof the South ; headquarters at Charles, ton, S. C Major tleneral Gillmore is ordered to report in person to the Adjutant General of the Army for orders. _ Brigadier Gensral Dent, late of Lieutenant General Grant's staff, has been assigned to duty as Military Governor of Richmond, re lieving General Shepley. SECRETARY SEWARD AND SON*. We learn from Dr. Verdi that Secretary Sew ard passed a comfortable night, in consequence of which he is much better this morning. Mr. Frederick Seward also passed a quiet night, out he has gained very little in the last forty eight hours. His case is one that gives much anxiety to his physicians and to his family. ?arElsewhere will be found the proceedings of a meeting, and action of its committee in relation to the appointment of marshals for the funeral of the late President, obnoxious to the charge of disloyalty. Whether blame may be due in the premises we are quite sure that neither Marshal Lamon or his Deputy Mar shal Phillips, have erred knowingly in the matter. It will be seen that Mr. Phillips has promptly tendered his resignation, and we learn on good authority that Marshal Lamon will, on his re turn from Springfield, also tender his resig nation. Sales of 7-30's.?The sales of 7-30's by Jay Cooke & Co., amounted to S4,79?,U)0 yesterday. LATE FROM RICHMOND. From Captain Talbert, of the mail boat City Point, (which did sot arrive until about two o'clock, having been detained by the fog,) we have yesterday's Richmond Whig, from which we glean the following: ?'There has been no public expression of grief by the ciiizensof Richmond at the calam ity which has convulsed the nation, because lt is the desire of the military authorities that there shall be no assemblage of the people in this city for the present. We know that sev eral prominent citizens proposed to convene a public meeting, at which resolutions could be adopted expressive of this community's abhor rence of the terrible crime, of profound regret at the death ol the President, and of sympathy for his bereaved family. We believe that the meeting would have been largely attended, and the resolutions unanimously adopted, but in the present transition state of the commu nity lt was perhaps best that the meeting did Jot take place. We have heard expressions on 11 sides condemning and deploring the awful deed in unmeasured terms. "Thb Miking or thi Lihby Prison.?An investigation of the basement of the Llbby Prison since its occupation by the Federal military authorities, revealed the fact that the Eder magazine planted there for th*pnr? of blowing up the prison in the event of apture of Richmond by. Dahlgren, had been removed sometime subsequently. The excavation is very plainly to be seen. Frok thb Country mrwBH Richmond and Staunton.?From a gentleman who reached the city Wednesday, we learn that t . there is perfect quiet in all the country b^tweei I Staunton and Richmond. j t Gordonsville was evacuated simultaneously! j witli Richmond, the wounded and such of the y property as could be got away being removed to Lynchburg, there to fall into the hands of t Gen. Grant's troops. ? ??The fi'nhbal of Abraham Lincoln, lata President of the United States, which took place in Washington yesterday, was recog nized in Richmond by the suspensim of all Government labor not absolutely necessary, the placing of all the flags at half mast through out the city and upon the shipping. At noon twenty-one minute (runs were fired by the wai vessels in the harbor: and the roar of the guns as they reverberated through the city awoke in the minds of all the realization of the sol emn event that was transpiring at the capital of the nation. ??No Paspagm por Parolht> Prisoners.? By order of General Patrick, Provost Marshal General, no passports to go Nerth will be given, at preeent, to paroled officers or soldiers of the Confederate army. We are not officially informed of the causes that prompted this restriction, but we are satisfied that the order is a judicious one, in view of the present state of affairs in the Northern States, growing out of the asssassination of President Lincoln." FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. Captured Rebel Flags Turned Over to Gen. Meade, who Addresses the Captors?Mews ?f the Mnrder of President Lincoln in the Army. [Correspondence of the Associated Press.] Headquarters Army Potomac, April 17.? Quite an interesting event took place at head quarters this morning. The 6th corps having taken eighteen flags during the recent short campaign, it was arranged that the men who captured them, accompanied by the com mands, should march to the vicinity of General Meade's headquarters, and there turn in the colors taken from the rebels. Gen. Meade addressed these heroes In ai appropriate speech, thanking them individ ually for their gallantry, and the entire corps for the Important part they had performed in being tne nrst regiment to break the enemy's line at Petersburg, as well as tneir tunda?i iu pursuing and aiding in the utter defeat and capture of the most important army ol the Confederacy. In conclusion General Meade announced that every man who bad taken a flag shoild have a fnrlough for 30 days and that each man should carry his own and present it to the War Department at Washington. The scene was a bril'Mmt one and was much oc.ioyeu by ail who witnessed it. The announcement of the assassination of Mr. Lincoln and Messrs. Seward was received throughout this army with the greatest sorrow, and every man seeming to think it the greatest calamity* that could possibly have happened just at this time. < Should the assassins be found and tnrned over to the army to be dealt with, their pun ishment would be swift and sure, and such as to strike terror into the hearts of every sym psthizer with treason in the United States, and the citizens living through the country express their deep regret at the occurrence, thinking it the worst thing that could possibly have taken place just at this time, for the Southern people. The greater portion of this army Is now con centrated at Burkesville Jnnction, taking a short rest after their late hard work; but it is thought that a movement of the main body of the troops will be made toward Petersburg . and Richmond. The cavalry, as well a3 the colored division of the 25th corps, have already gone in that direction. In fact such a change will have to be made In a few days, as the capabilities of the Soutbslde, in its present con dition, are entirely inadequate to supply so manv troops with rations and the animals with forage. The latter have suffered much the past week, large numbers having been aban doned on account of not being able to feed them. The train which arrived this evening was thirtv-two hours on the road from City Point to the Junction, some three or four engines being off the track at different points. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ARRIVAL OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S REMAINS AT BALTIMORE. Business Suspended, Bells Tolled and Minute Guns Fired. Baltimore, April 21.?The body of Presi dent Lincoln arrived at 10 o'clock. The procession is now moving. The display is very fine. There is an immense turn out of the citizens. There is a very large escort of artillery, cavalry, marines and sailors. The stores are all closed, and the whole pop ulation are on the streets. Bells are tolling and minute guns firing. The weather is unpleasant, a fine mist pre vailing. The lowering sky adds to the sad ness which is depicted in every one's counte nance. The buildings are everywhere draped with the emblems or grief. The body is to lay in state until two o'clock, in the rotunda of the Exchange, beneath the splendid dome. The interior is elegantly draped. A very elegant catafalque has been erected, of rich materials. The body rests upon a dais strewn with white flowers. The canopy is adorned with a large star, formed of thirty-six small stars. In the civic procession appears all the clergy of the city, walking. The rear is made np of a large turnout of the colored people. The Pennsylvania Booth* Philadelphia, April 21.?Booth has not been arrested, but traced as far as Tamaqua. The man arrested on suspicion has been dis charged. Re-opening of the Erie Railroad. Williampport, Pa., April 21.?The Erie Railroad, having been thoroughly repaired since the recent Ireshet, will be re-opened to morrow. LOOAL NEW8. At a Meeting ofloyal citizens and residents of Washington, held on Thursday evening, April 20tb, instant, the following resolutions were passed unanimously,to wit: Whereas, in. the selection of citizens to act as Marshals at the funeral procession of our late honored and beloved President, many were se lected who have never been in sympathy with the Administration; who have not given aid, counsel or encouragement to the great cause of the Union, or whose secret sympathies were un derstood to be with the Infamous rebellion, the prime moving cau?e of the assassination of our President; and whereas it was stated by com petent authority, that Marshal Lamon was not in this city at the time that list was prepared and published: Therefore? Kcselvtd, That we consider the act above re ferred to an outrage and insult to the Union people of the District, and to-the loyal sojourn ers In this city, who had the sad priviiege of participating in the funeral ceremonies. Resolved, That a committee of nine be ap pointed to wait on the Marshal of the District of Colombia, and resnectfully and earnestly request the removal of the oificer or officers who made the obnoxious selections. In accordance wi?h those resolutions, the fol lowing committee was appointed, to wit: John Wilson, Chairman; John It. Elvans, Rev. John Dudley, Col. C. P. Field, Charles King, Col. F. A. Willet, Rev. John Trimble, Captain Levi Beardsley, and F. A. Boswell. The committee thus appointed went to the Marshal's office at 10 o'clock, Friday morning, and finding that Marshal Lamon was absent, attending the remains of our late beloved Pres ident, called on Deputy Marshal Phillips, and communicated to him tbe.fact of the meeting, the appointment of the committee and the sub stance of the above resolutions. Deputy Marshal Phillips expressed the deepest regret that the obnoxious appoint ments had been made; stated that the selections had to be made in a hurry; that the principal object sought was to obtain men who under stood the marshaling of carriages and manage ment of horses, keeping in view the ability of the persons selected to procure horses for the occasion; that the selections were made in the presence of several gentlemen, and every name stricken off against which the slightest sug gestion or objection was made: that after the list was published a citizen called on him and objected to some of the names, when they were ae once stricken out and others substituted, suggested by that citizen, and corrected lists published. He stated, further, that Marshal Lamon knew nothing of the matter till after the amended list had been puolished, and was in no man ner, shape or form responsible for the matter; but that ne, Phillips, had made a serious blun der, and would freely offer every atonement in bis power by at once tendering his resigna tion, to take effect on the return of Marshal Lamon. which he did. . . The committee state that they are perfectly satisfied of the truthfulness of Deputy Mar shal Phillips' statement, and of his deep re nret at the occurrence, and that he could do no more in the way of atonement than he has done?by resigning. As justice has been fully satisfied, the com mittee earnestly deprecate any further excite ment on the subject; and, by authority, conn term and the notice heretofore given of a public meeting to be held in front of the Patent bfflce, on Saturday evening at 7* o'clock, p. m.; and mood citizen, bv every means in his power, to allay the excitement on th ishn?eTiIcm tjitinr the nublic mind, as nothing but evil can ?ow growPouTof toe contin?anc? mentT tne cause of it bating been removed. jojui Wilboh, Chairman. Ak*J?thi>.?1Thomas Ore#n. better knewn iCol.Tom Gfwn. who reside* on the Van fess eskte, f??ot of irth 6treet. was arrested on Vedneelay and committed to the Old Capitol. Mrs. Ureen, (formerly a Miss Ward, of flal imore,) >uid th?? other female members of tha imily, a><5 also In custody, while a military uard has^een placed over the residence. Green was a sen-in-Iaw of Thomii Ritchie, will be remembered. He wiw atone time th? Wner of the Warrenton Springe. 3cI>t>bn Dbath.?Yesterday afternoon. John colored, was picked up in the street by "*rolman Lewis, of the Fourth Ward, suf f"ng extreme a^ony from dieeaseof the heart. Heva* taken to thestation-honse, whereevery mea<8 of relief was afforded him, but without avah in about two hours death ensued The Coroier has been notified to hold an inquest A Blst<r of the deceased, named Hush, reeidoe in (Wgetown, and she Is the only relative known',0 reside in the District. # The Iivestioationb.?The conspiracy plot It being thoroughly silted, and the investiga tors are mil in progress, under the direction cf Col. Wtfles, on the part of the military au tlorttiea. A large amount of testimony hu akeady been taken, and parties who have any InTomation serving to throw iiftht upon the nutter are promptly coming forward. Marshal Murray and other New York offi cials are here assisting in the investigation. StMMOKBi*.?This morning, officer J. V. Grant served a summon upon a young lady named AnDe Mitchell, the said-to-be betrothed or Suratt, anfl carried her to the police head quarters lor examination. Third Ward Station Capks?Wm Bab bington, disorderly; t-5. l)anl Dowd, drunk. 9*3. Wm. Cross, do.; E. H. Clark, suspicions character, dismissed. jl'tain In Georgetown. K*u Estatj Sale*?By Thos. Dowling, Auctioneer.?Eots an and 21, with two-story brick bouse, in Old Georgetown, on Potomac, between Bridge and Prospect streets, to Mr. Cooper, for S2,T50; lot fronting 16 feet, bacW or tho heforementioned, to R. H. Darnes, for 5? per front foot. Canal.?Arrived?Boats .Judge Douglas. F P. White, 222 fi tons coal to Central Co ; Ilannv Traveler, m 9 tons to Midland Co ; W. Bell, Stuyvesant, Neptune, Communipaw, Hobo ken, 515.6 tons to Cumberland Co.: E. L,ynn, Robert Stewart, F. M- Hazard, 336.10 tons to New Hope Co ; D. Pomeroy, Mary A. Myers, J. B Cazeauz, 32K2 tons to American Co.; J. W. Sherman, 103.18 tons to Borden Co.; Mary E. Smith, A. W. Bradt, limestone tc Qodey; C. H. Warrell, pine poles to market Departed? Fifteen boats, light. Flocr and Grain Market.?Demand fair to supply the city trade No arrivals of flour or grain, and it is expected that receipts will speedily diminish. Prices stand at yesterday's quotations with more buyers than sellers. Port of Gioboitowr ?Entered?Schooner D. Brown, Pickens, Hilton Head. Cleared? Schooners Brewster, Prnlt, Tangir; J. B Gib son, Cracker, Norwaik; Adelaide, Crowley, Digbton; Flying Fish, Eewis, Accomac: Wel lington, Chipman, Boston; Pandora, Robert son. Vienna: Tasbell, Handy, Boston: Willow Harp, Davis, Providence; W. McCabb. Chip man, Newport: E. Ewing, McDevitt, Bristol G R A N D COMBINATION CONCERT. MONDAY NIGHT, Aran. 24th, 1X65, At ODD FELLOWS' HALL, 7th S--et. Br TH* WASHINGTON QUINTETTE CLUB. Messrs. Dawson, Noyes, Hodgson, Tab'er 4 Ball. FOR THB BENEFIT OF ROBERT BALL. Assisted by 8IG. 8TRINI. Mad.C.Y.Kretsehmar, Prof. J. P. Csulrteli, M.ss K. B Turner, Prof. V. W. Cauldeid. 2? J -Darnel, Harry Sherman. Mrs Snail B.U.Keyser. J. P. Franklin, A choice Programme will be presented, and with the above-mentioned array of Professional and Amateur Talent, a most acceptable entertainment ispromised. , The two Grand Pianos used on this occasion are from the celebrated factory of Chickering A Son. and are very kindly loaned by J. F. Ellis, No. 30b Pt-nn. avenue. Doors open at?,^ o'clock p. m., Concert to com mence at 8 o'clock precisely. .TIORETB, ONE DOLLAR; for sale at the Ma sic stores of Ellis and Metierott, and at the door. ?P 21 ut TWO NEATLY FURNI8HED ROOMS for rent on tirst floor, and also a STORE ROOM. Apalr at corner of Bridge and Green at., No 87 George* town^ D. U| ?P 213t* W. B. FOWLER. f^OR RENT?The three story BRICK HOUSlT No. 371 F street, 2d door from 9th, opposite Patent Office, containing eight Rooms, with tha furniture, Bath fiwrn. Speaking Tubes, Gas an<t Water, and otber Modern Improvements; a de sirable situation for a professional man who desires an office and residence together. Posses sion given on the 1st instant Apply to J DKN NIB, Jr., No. 21 Federal Block, cor. 7th and F streets, between 8 and 'J a. m., and 4 acd 8 d m ap 21-5t* - D E Y G O O B B AT 8TILL LOWER PRICES. I have this day opened a new snpply ?f BLACK SILKS 1 received from the last ereat Auction Sales in New York; they will be Bold below IMPORTING PRICES t GROS DE RHINE from $1.23 upward*, LYON BLACK TAFFETAS, BLACK GROS GRAINS. Double Chain GROS GRAINS, best quality. GROS D'ECOISE, splendid make, GROS GRAIN NAIR FIN. ALSO, ALEXANDER'S KID QLOVE3. A new supply of BLEACHED COTTONS, S i at 12y, cents. 7-8 at 15 and 18 cents. 4 4 at 20,25 and 30 cents. 5 4 PILLOW CASE COTT0N at 3* cents 10 4 SHEETING at 30,90, and $1 per yard. Ladies HOSE from cent* upwards. LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS from 12>i cents, splendid stock. IRISH LINEN an l LINEN GOODS and thou sands of other articles. COAT'S SPOOLS 8 centa; PINS 5 cents, at S. M. MEYENBERG'S, 48 Market Space, bet. 7th and 8th sts. ap 21 3t (under the Avenue House ) B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE S SALK OF VALUABLE BUILDING LOT,.IMPROVED BY A FRAME DWELLING HOL8E, ON NORTH L STREET, bet. 21ST anl 22D STREETS Under and by virtue of an order made on the llth day of March, 1S<V>. by the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, and passed in a certain case pending in said court, wherein Kachel E. Mason is complainant, and Cynthia B. Mmon and others defendants, (N". 1.513 E?uity.)I will sell, at pub lic auction, on MONDAY. May 15,ato ?'clock, on the premises, Lot No. 18. in 8quare No. 73, to aether with the improvements, consisting of a FRAME DWELLING nOUBE and outbuildings. Terma : One third cash; balance in one and two years, with interest. One fifth of tbe purchase money to be paid at the time of sale; in default of such payment, the property shall be immediately resold at the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser. Conveyancing and (tamps at the costof the pur chaser. A. THOMAS BRADLEY, Trustee. JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO., ap 21-3taw3w&ds Auctioneers. go: ALl WOOD!) LIMB!!! AO Just received three cargoes of RED and WHITE ASH COAL and several cargoes of nice seasoned PINE, OAK and HICKORY WOOD. Also.aoargo of fresh burnt LIMB and LATHS. Wood sawed and split. All of which will be sold as low as can be bought for in the District^for cash^ ^ ^ Capitol Hill and Navy Yard. All persons indebted to me will pleaie settle up at once. ap 12-6t* DRIVATB r PRIVATE PRIVATE MEDICAL ATTENDANCE At Room No. 16 Washington Building, corner Penna. avenue and 7th street. Oures positively made or no pay required, and in the shortest pos sible space ol time, by DR. LI8PENARD. N. B. Llapenard's Prophylactic is a perfect safe guard against contagion. ap 18 2w? I/OR 8 A LB?A LUMBER PLANING and SAW F ING MILL, with engine and machinery. and one of pages's patent Saw Mills, all In cewpleto smaaDg order, with the Frame Railding situated on the canal, near 6th street and Center Market Bow. Will b. ?ld eh?? t>, ?> 29-tw* Ho. >4T 13Ux atreet; Island. SEVERAL SECOND-HARE PIANOB.-Ona Ohickering, for SUft; one Gilbert, for^_j?^ 9109. For aale upon eaay monthly My-ltfMI menta. A^o. one Smith a. Brother Mel*-1'* El 1 deon, at the Wareroema of W. G. METZEROTT, Corner of Pa. ava. and llth at. Sola Agent of 8telnway*a Pianos, anl Maaon Jk Hamlin'a Cabinet Orgaaa._ aaarll^ DEWARE OP COUNTBRPEIT8 ANB UNPRIN D CIPLED DEALERS endeavoring to dispose of Auuosa.