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THE EVENING STAR.
A S?d Family History ? reught to Light in Chicago. [FTom tht- Chicago Tribune, July 8th.] A very remarkable chapter of pr it ate family trouble* va> brought to light at tae Polioe t'ourt on Saturday morning, where Mrs. Marr Lanrits and Lawrence Laurits were charged with adultery. About four week* ago Air?. I-aurits. wife of John Laurits, a wholesail and retail dealer in groceries on Seventeenth street New York, started upon a visit to Now Or leans. Her husband, who is a wealthy gentle man, bad always surrounded her with every comfort, and her life had scarcely known a tingle hardship. She had ber choice between a visit to Germany and one to the urescent City. She chose the latter, and prepared an ex-ensive wardrobe for a protracted visit Be side her clothing, worth about ?l,800. her hus band supplied ber with S4.KX) in money, and she left, as be supposed, for New Orleans. He wm not a llttln amazed and humiliated to re vive infoimation, a few days ago. from a cor respondent in this city, to the effect that his wife had been here thr^e weeks and was living with hi? brother, Lawrence, as the wife of the latter. Upon the receipt o." this intelligence, Mr Lauritz immediately started tor Chicago. Of the several members of the Lanrits family all residing in New York, and were prosper ing in business except Lawrence, who had been alienated from them for years, and pur. *ued sucb a life that tbey were glad of his nbeenre. His brother John had not seen him for several years, his last recollections being of a painful character, for it was known to him a long time sinop that Lawrence had per sistently attempted to poison his domestic hap piness by a clandestine correspondence with his wife, in which he tri??d to prevail upon her to leave home and join him in a di?t*ut part of the country. The affair was now brought 10 a sad culmination, and the wlfr who L?d received nothing but kindness from him fox more than twenty years had at last forgotten her marriage vows, fled from her house, and compromised her good name. Upon arriving in this city, on Friday afternoon, John ascer tained that his brother Lawrence was keeping a low caioon a few doors from the bridge, on "West Kandolpb street, and that Mrs. Lanrits was. at leas', living in the same house with him. Securing the services of a policeman, Mr. Lanrits visited the place about dark. The officer stood outside while the other went in. eido. The first person he met was his brother. Tbey recognized each other at once, and Lawrence immediately drew a revolver and ordered him toleave. Tbeofficer hearing ;hese words immediately advanced, and told the <t<>sp#rato man to put up his weapon. Their business was stated, and Lawrence denied that the o'her a wife was there, bnt when in formed that it wa> their intention to search the premises, he admitted the fact and con ducted them to ber presence. Their first meeting was a strange one. The guilty wife was overpowered with humiliation and ebame. During ber brief stdy with her para mour. her life had dad already been a hard one. She had been required to perform un accustomed labor, and her heal'b had been im paired She wss already in great mental suf fering from the course she had undertaken, *nd the unlooked-for appearance of her hus bant was only needed to completly break down ber feelings. She was so mnch changed tha hescarcely recognized her at first, and he im pulsively exclaimed, ? Is this my wife?" The tons was affectionate, and the face of the woman was for a moment expressive of an unexpected pleasure, bnt when she remember ed the past she was again overwhelmed with sadness, and could not speak. Lawrence Lanrits and the wife were arrested and taken to ?be Union Street Police Station, whence tbey were brought to the Police Court. The appearance of the two brothers was in marked contrast. John was a tall, well formed, tine looking man. with a frank and honest coun tenanace, while the other was short in statu*, and with coarse and repulsive features. It eppeavsthat *1,500 of the money which Mrs. Lanrits brought bad been invested in the saloon business, bnt the rest had been preserv ed. There was no evidence to convict them of adultery, nrd as her husband was willing to receive ber to bis home again, and the glad enough to go. the case was dismissed. Leav ing tbe court room, tbe parties stopped in the ball, Mrs. Lanrits being very desirous that tbe money returned to her by the police should be counted over by ber husband. While the lat ter was couutingit his brother struck him a cowardly blow upon his bead. At the same moment another miscreant, named Bender, ?who was a bar tender for Lawrence Lanrits, tbeatened that he would take the lifeof John I^aurits before he lelt the city. The two bel ligerents were arrested and taken inside, where each was fined ?100 and required to give bail of ,i500to beep the peace. Elopement and Embezzlement at Boston. About a fortnight ago a young man named Wm. T. Barry, a broker doing business at No. 4 Brattle Square, suddenly disappeared, taking with him S8.0CV worth ot jewelry be longing to Federhen & Co., jewellers, 61 Court wbicU haa been entrvted to his care, ?ft.boot tbe same time a young lady of Chelsea, named Alice A. Bartlett, as mysteriously left tur paternal roof, and, as she bad been rather Intimate with Barry ot late, it was at once sur mised that she bad accompanied the broker aforesaid on his jaunt of pleasure. The impro* priety of the proceeding was greatly enhanced by the fact that Barry left behind him a wife and child. Detective Wade, of the State police, in company with a brother of the wife, started on Tuesday last in pursuit of the missing pair, who, it was discovered, bad directed thoir err ing course toward the great West. The pursu ers proceeded to Albany and Kochaster, but found no traces ot the couple, and then contin ued on to Buffalo, wnere tbey separated, each to explore on a different trail. At the Niagara Falls depot in Buffalo the detective unexpect edly discovered tbe pair just in tbe act of em barking for tbe Falls. The detective of course accompanied them on their journey to the In ternational Hotel, where tbe couple registered as "W.T. B. and lady," and the detective, tak ing tbe pen from the fingers of :he broker, wrote his own signature directly below. This was on the morning of the Fourth. After the pair had been refreshed with a breakfast tbey called for a carriage and enjoyed a ride over the Sus pension Bridge to the Canadian side, returning to the hotel atmghttall. In the evening they participated in a "hop'1 at the International, tbe detective remaining ina*i all tbe while, and no doubt a highly interested spectator of the scene. The next day, finding that Barry had purchased tickets for the West, the detective proceeded in advance to Buffalo, and with the assistance of bis companion arrested tbe pair just as tbey were embarking on a steamer for Cleveland. The prisoner was then charged with embezzlement and adultery, and was brought back to this city with the officer. The girl also voluntarily made one of tbe party. Tbe broker will probably be arraigned at the Municipal Court in a few days, but is at pres ent at large under bail. The trunks of tbe broker were examined yesterday afternoon at Major Jones' ofllce, and were found to contain about ??,C00 worth of jewelry ot all kinds. Barry Is about 27 years of age. and has a very genteel and prepossessing appearance. His ronsort in this affair i6 a young lady of con siderable beauty, and very respectably con nected. It is stated that he will plead guilty, and that a bill of divorce will soon be peti tioned for by tbe Injured wife.?Boston l'ost. A Ccriosity.?The wooden shoe which Paganini made into a violin is now for sale in Paris. Tbe fact that the artist played on this hovel instrument is. in tbe handwritiag of the great musician, recorded on a slip of paper now to be seen pasted on the sabot- violin for ?ale in tne Hue Vivienne. Mrs. McGee, a widow lady residing in Hartford, was severely wounded on the Fourth by a pistol bullet fired by a boy who, wi'b others, was having a little target prac tice on Coil's meadow. my Hon Bailie Peyton is tbe Conservative candidate for Congress agaiust Hon. John Trimble in the Nashville district of Tennes see. Hon. John Williama runs against Horace Maynard. %tT It is said that tbe experiment of crossing tbe Caahmere goat with tbe common goat of ibis country has been tried with great sucoess. Tbe wool excels in beauty and fineness of tex ture. gy Singular ideas of amusement prevail in Indianapolis. Tbe opera house is occupied every evening th s week with a debate on the oo< trine of eternal punishment. VTwo bruisers, named Fogarty and Sew ard, indulged in a prizefight near Cleveland, Cbio, on Tuesday. Fogarty was tbe victor. Time, :J5 minutes, rounds. 11. Seward was eocn after arTested and fined $30. WTfce present income from the Peabody fceqoest to promote education at the South, which it bas been determined to devote prin* cipally to primary school education, is SM.000 fl7*Tbe case of Oerrit Smith, agt. the Chica go Tnbnne. for libel in connectiag Mr. Smith -with tbe John Brown raid into Virginia, bas been continued to the next term of the Court Killbd bv tbb lHDiANa? Mr. Edward Dively, formerly a merchant at Urantsviiie, Allegany connty, Md, but more recently a resident of Kansas, was lately murdered by tbe Cheyenne Indians, while traveling over the plains. gy The president of tbe Mobile street rail road has been pat unaer S10C0 bonds for the ?lection of a colored passenger, on account of hiis color, from n car. ffTThe shipcarpenters. caulkers and sail makers in the Oooport, Va, navy-yard have ltad their pay advanced to *3.25 per day. ?7* A young man named McManns, of St. Louts, heir to an estate of 9900.000, was drown ed at Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, on the Fourth, whilst rescuing a boy from drowning, A man named Kirby laid down to sleep on the railroad track near Whitehall, N. Y, recently. Soon after be suddenly awoke ns der the impression that something had hit him, when he fouud that the evening train had just passed oyer his left foot, completely sovsring it. ?7" There is mnch sickness in Norfolk, Va, nmoflf children, had many deaths. A Thrilling !KU?(ht Adventure with Bar(lan< . [From the Detroit Free Pr*w July *2.] One of the most bold and remarkable cum of housebreaking o?curred at toe residence of Jim. Hawkee, Ne. 5&i Fort street, between 3 and 4 o'clock last Sunday moraine. One or more burglars procured a ladder, which they pot up to an open window leading la to the sleeping room of the servant girl. Entering through the window they made a thorough examination of the apartment of the girl with out awakening her. Prom there they went into the room of aeon of Mre. Hawkes, took bis clothing and conveyed it into an nnoscn? pied room, and then pillaged it of some twen ty-five dollars in money and some jewelry. In the same room was his vest, in which was a watch and some money, bnt it seems to have been overlooked. One of the thievee de scended to the room below, occupied bv Sirs. Hawkes and her daughter, from which he conveyed sundry dresses, and made an examination of their pockets. He was rewarded in this enterprise by procuring a purse containing a small amount of money belonging to Mrs. Hawkes. He then re turned and commenced to open the bureau drawers, which awakened Mrs. Hawkes and her daughter. Mrs. Hawkes screamed and demanded to know who was there and what be wanted. Exhibiting h pistol be replied, with an oath, that be was after money, and that If she did not lie down be would sboot her dead. M<ss Hawkes saw that her mother was very much frightened, and asked permission to go and obtain a glass of water for her. He coolly replied that he wonld get it for ber: that he knew the house as well aa tbr'did?and get the water he did. He made a tborough examination of the room, securing two gold watches, one of which had a chain of gold and jet. After securing this amount of booty, he went into the drawing-room, where be captured two boxes of paper collars and a weM worn bat, though there were other articles of valne which be did not seem disposed to take. After securing this amount of plunder, he quietlv lighted a cigar, sat down in the room of Mrs. Hawkes, and in spite of the pro testations of the occupants, smoked it?inqui ring in the meantime where tbey came from and how long they bad lived in Detroit. Turn ing to Miss Hawkes, he impudently asked ber wbere the other girl wai that went with her so much?meaning, no doubt, her sister-in-law. Having smoked his cigar, he said the other men up stairs bad got tbrougb, and he quietly lefr, leaving the room by the means that he entered It. Daxagib fob Ibjuribs sustained from railroad accidents are usually awarded oy juries without much cavil, for there seems always to be a prejudice against corporations. Two curious eases, brought by persons in England against railroad companiee. are re ported. A Mr. Martin sued the London and Northwestern Railroad. His case was that be bad taken passage in the Scotch mail train; tbat as the train moved out of the depot it ran inte some cars tbat had been leit by accident on the track, and that the shock injured his spine. A great deal of medical testimony was taken, and it was somewhat discordant. Five physicians testified that in their opinion tbe case was likely to have an unfovorable termi nation. On tbe contrary, three other physicians testified that Mr. Martin bad no disease of the spine, and would soon recover; whilst a fourth declared that tbe plaintiff fancied that he suffered pain, and would get qnite well as soon as the lawsuit was ended. Tbe jury awarded S3,500 damages, In addition to >3.750 previously paid tbe plaintiff by tbe com pany The second suit was that of a Mr. Cbap man, who sned tbe Brighton Oompany for damages. His case was that in 1365 he sent a mare from Brighton to Uorydon in tbe care of a groom; tbat the horse-box In which she was placed was out of repair, tbe nails sticking through the padding, and that in consequence sbe received injuries which made it necessary to kill her six months afterwards. In this case there was but one novel feature. Usual ly it is tbe cue of the plaintiff toenhanoethe value of bis property, and tbat of the com pany to cry it down. Bnt tbe groom bad signed tbe contract note for the transportation of the animal without specifying tbat sbe was worth more than *200. Hence, if tbe company proved tbat the mare had that, or a greater value, they would be freed from liability. Tbis reversal of the usual tactics created much amusement in tbe bar. Tbe damages finally given were S*236.?Pkila. Ledger. c "He leaves two wives and three children to mourn his lose," are tbe concluning words of a Utah obituary notice. Tbe cholera Is making great ravages in Sicily. |At Oirgenti there are *200 cases a day. ^"Thirty young colored men are studying for the ministry, in Richmond, Ya. Jem Mace, tbe English pugilist, is coming to this country. JO" New Hampshire failed to pass the nor mal school bill, and so depends on Massachu setts another year. special" NOTICES. ? - GBAY HAIR Restored to its original Yonthfnl Color by the nse ot that Scientific Discoverey caHed IIALLS VEGETABLE SICILIAN HAIR RE NEWER. It will make Hair grow upon bald heads, except in verv aged persons, as It furnishes the nutritive principle by which the hair is nourished and sup ported. It will prevent the hair from falling out, and does not stain the skin. iVo better rritfmr* of its fuptriority need be ad duced thnn the fart that so many imitations of K are offtred to the public. ? IT IS A SPLENDID HAIR DRESSING! Our Treatise on the Hair sent free by mail. R. P. HALL A CO., Nashua, N. H., Proprietors. For sale by all Druggists. je 18-eo2m tur DI TCHER S LIGHTNING FLY KILLER will certainly exterminate these w-sts. if its ns?- is persevered in. Beware of bogus Fly-Paper.which ?, me dealt r? keep localise they can get it for nearly n< thing. Don't be swindled. Ask for Ditcher's, wMchls ?id 1 leM-eolm KREE lO EVERTBOD1. A Large 6 pp. Circular, giving information of the greatest importance to the young of both sexes. It teaches how the homely may become beautiful, thf despised respected, and the fornaken loved. N<> young lady or gentleman should fa:_l to send their Address, and receive a copy post-paid, by re turn mail. Address P. 0. Drawer ill. apS-diweoly Troy, New York. LAW OF HUMANITY, IH RKLATIOW TO SOCIAL EVILS. _ . . AN ESSAY FOR YOUNG MEN. on Physical Errors and Abuses incident to Youth and Early Manh(.>od. with the humane view of treatment and cure. Sent in sealed letter envelope, free of charge. Address Dr. J. SK1LL1N HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa. my 18 3m KNOW THY DESTINY. MADAME E. F. THORNTON, the great English Astrologist. Clairvoyant and Psychometrician, who has uhtniiished the scientific classes of the Old World, has now located herself at Hudson, N. Y. Madame Thornton possesses such wonderful powers of second sight as to enable her to impart knowledge of the greatest importance to the single or married of either sex. While in a state of trance, she de lineates the very features of the person yon are to marry, and by the aid of an instrument of intense power, known as the Psycbomotrope, guarantees to produce a life-like picture of the future husband or wife of the applicant, together with date of mar riage. position in life, leading traits of character, 4c. This is no humbug, as thousands of testimo nials can assert. She will send, when desired, a certified certificate, or written guarantee, that the picture is what it purports to be. By inclosing a small lock of hair, and stating place of birth, age, disposition and complexion, and inclosing tifty cents and stamped envelope addressed to yourself, Toil will receive the picture and desired information by return mail. All communications sacredly con fidential. Address,in confidence. MADAME E. F? THORNTON. P. O. Box '223, Hudson, N. Y. ap 3 D&Weoly SECRET DISEASES. Samaritan's Gift is the most certain, safe, and effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever discovered. Cures in two to four days, and recent cases in twenty-four hours. No mineral, no balsam, no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken. It is tbe soldier's hope, and a friend to those whodo not want to be exposed. Male packages, 92- fe male, 93. Samaritan's Root awd Hfrb Juices.?A posi tive and permanent cure for Spyhilis, 8crofula, Ul cers, Sores. Spots, Tetters. Ac. Price ?1.25 per bot tle. Sold by 8. C. Ford. See advertisement, mv 8 "??AULE IRON WORKS," WASHINGTON CITY, Co' nsr Ohio avenue and 13th street. The subscribers, thankful for the patronage here tofore bestowed upon them by the citizens of Wash ington an<i others, take tbis occasion to state that they are c;il! prepared,and have ample facilities,to S? rform all orders in their line of business, and one in .is expeditious, cheap and workmanlike a manne. as can be done in this or tbe Northern cities. Their work comprises Steam Engines and Boileri , with all their appendages, either portable or stationary, for use on land or for steamboats; Circular Saw Mills. Shafting and Gearing for mills. Castings, iron or brass: Architectural or Miscella neous Wrought Iron Work, or heavy Forgings; Boiler iron Work, such as Water Tanks or Gaso meters, and Pattern Making; in fact, all tbe branches of Mechanics appertaining to a first-class Foundry. They wonld also respectfully call tbe attention of the public to their " Patent Differen tial Return Tubular Boiler." This plan of Boiler, patented by them in 1862. has now been introduced and in successful operation for various purposes, and has given general and entire satisfaction aa possessing every quality essential in a first-clnw steam generator, viz: Economy in fuel, facHity tor cleaning, exemption from priming or foaming, and smallneM of space occupied. as cau be shovn by cer tificates now in our possession. They have all been constructed by us at these works, and are in opera tion in this city and elsewhere. We will be glad to avail ourselves of tbe opportunity to explain ittf merits and show it in operation in these " Work*. The following is a list of tbe Boilers on this plan and now in use, viz At Willard's Hotel, for warm ing building; at Metropolitan Hotel, do.,do,; at J.lhn C. Rives' Globe Printing OBce; at United States Hotel, warmiDg building; at Soldier's Home north of tbe city; at Lunatic Asyltun, across tbe Eastern Branch; at U. S. Arsenal, Washington city , at U. 8. Arsenal. Fortress Monroe; steam pro peller Philadelphia, belonging to A. B. Cooley, Ks?i.; steam Dredging Machine,do.,do.; steam pro peller Tigress; stern wheel steamer Virginia, on the Potomac river; stern wheel steamer Enterprise,do., do.; at Eagle Iron Works, Washington; stern wheel steamer Gliding Star, now being completed at tbeee W oi ks je?-eoan WM. M. ELLIS * MO. LiiWIg BAAS, 34 Market Syace, LIST Or LETTiiRS UMA1K1IH 111 m WASHINGTON CITY POST OFFICE, Friday, Jmly 18, 1847. (OFFICIALLY PUBLISH*? IN TUB PAPKB HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION.} WTo obtain any of these letters the applicant xnuiit call for "Advertised Letter*. ' giv>? the data of the list. and pay one rent for advertising. 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Publishers i.f the '-Right Way:" Box No. b7?; "M V. I).;" President and 31 embers of the -*Sangei bund;" No. \t 13^ street. It 8. J BOWEN.P. 31. AUCTION SALES. BY COOPER & LATIMER, Auctioneers, (Late clerks with J. C. McGuire & Co.,) Southwest corner of Penn'a avenue and 11th st., Star Office Building. 131 PROVED PROPERTY AT AUCTION, IN THE FIRST WARD. On THURSDAY AFTERNOON. July )8th.at6)J o'clock. in front of the premises, we shall sell part Lot 3. in Square 5<j, improved by two Frame Houses, four rooms each, situated on the north side of G street noith, between Twenty -second and Twenty third streets west, having fronts of 12 and 22 feet by a depth of70 feet. Terms of sale: One third cash; balance in six and twelve months, secured by a deed of trust and notes bearing interest. All conveyancing and revenue stamps at purchaser's coat. %5U down at time of sale jy 31-dkds COOPER i LATIMER, Aucts. BY COOPER A LATI3IER, Auctioneers. (Late clerks with J. C. McGuire A Co.,) Southwest corner of Penn. avenue and 11th street. Star OfficeTJuilding. FIRST ( LASS BUILDING LOT ON WEST SIDE 17TH STREET WEST, BETWEEN H AND I STREETS NORTH. AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. July 16th, at 6 o clock-on the premises, we will self at auction the south 29 feet, by an average depth of 91 feet, of Lot No. 7, in Square No. MB, b< ing on the west side of 17th street west, between II and I streets north and with a paved alley in the rear; sewer in the rear of the premises. Terms of sale : One third cash: balance in ? and 12 months, wiih interest,secured by a deed of trust All conveyancing and revenue stamps at the cost of the purchaser. SHX) deposit at the time of sale jy 12-dAds COOPER A LATIMER. Aucts. BY COOPER A LATIMER, Auctioneers. (Late Clerks with J. C. McGuire A Co.,) Southwest corner Penn'a avenue and 1Mb street. Star Office Building. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY ON THE ISLAND. By virtue of a deed of trust to me directed from George Schriner and Henrietta Schriner.his wire, dated February 1,18(57, and recorded iu Liber R. M. H., No. 31. folio73. one of the land records for Washington county, D. C.. I will sell at pnblic auc tion, on the premises.on WEDNESDAY, July 2?th, attfo clock p. m., all that piece or parcel of ground known and described as part of Lot numbered twenty-seven,(27,) in Square numbered four hun dred and ninety eight,(496,) in the city of Wash ington, aud being on an alley between Hand I streets south and and 6th west. Terms: Vne-half cash: balance int, 12, 18 and 14 months, for notes bearing interest, and secured by a deed of trust on the premises. ?60 down on the day of sale. ms H dAds COOPER rffiftlilEitT An^Si BY D. L. VILLI * CO J Auctioneers and Real Estate Broken. Northwest corner Louisiana avenue and 6tb lt> . ? ? piVbI,c MctloB, at the residence of a family declining housekeeping, on H at.. Island between 4Ji and 6th streets, sont^ side, on TUES DAY MORNING, July M&, at 10o'clock* m .all the HoueehoW Furnitire.to wit: m ,*U Wilis * AUCTION SALES. mi AnnHMH. i lata clerks with J. C. McGUIRE A Co..) Southwest corner of Pennsylvania avenue and llth street, Star Office Building. DESIRABLE FRAME DWELLTVG, XO. 365 FIFTH STREET WEST. BETWEEN G AND H STREETS NORTH, AT AUCTION. On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, Jnly l!th, at 6 o'clock p in., on the premiers.**' will sell the north 20 feet of Lot No. 36, in,Square 48i, situated on the west side of Fifth street weat, between G and H streets north, and improved by a two-story and attic frame house, containing six rooms, kitchen, and hall; gas throughout the boose, and water in the yard. Terms: One-third cash; balance in six and twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust upon the premises. All conveyancing ttud revenue stamps at the cost of the purchaser. Si00 de posit af time of sale. jy 9-dAds COOPER A LATIMER. Aucts. BY M. K. WALSH A CO. Auctioneer*, No 2*5 Penn.ave., corner 10th street. LARGE LOT PIECE~TnD CUT DRY GOODS. 10x4 Linen Sheeting, neat Lawn patterns.Bleached and Unbleached Muslin*. 1.000 Fans. Silk ParasoN. fO pfeces Calico. 100 dozen Hose and Half Hose, lot English Half Hose, Marseilles Spreads, with the usual assortment of ready-made Clothing, Ac. Terms cash. jy 6-dtf M. K. WALSH A CO., Ancts. BY J. T. COLDWELL A CO., AncUoneers. Southwest corner Penn. avenue and 4}a street. On MONDA.Y MORNING, Jnly 15, at 10 o'clock, we shall sell, at the residence of a gentleman de clining housekeeping, on N street, Island, near Half street, a lot of Household and Kitchen Fur niture. comprising? Cottage Chamber Set, Sideboard, Tables Cliairs, Bedsteads, Bedding, China Ware, Ac. Also, One good Horse. Cart, ana Harness And a lot of Flour, Bacon, Ac. jy 12 2r J. T. COLDWELL ACQ., Aiictg. BY COOPER A LATIMER. Auctioneers, (Late clerks with Jas. C. McGuire & Co..) Southwest corner of Pennsylvania ave. and llth street. Star Office Building. CHANCERY SALE~OF A RESTAURANT. By virtneof a decree of the Supreme Court ot the District of Columbia, passed in equity eause N?. 841, Turner vs. Steele et al , the undersigned, trus tee, will sell, on MONDAY, July 16. 18.-S7, at 12 o'clock in., on the premises, at the corner of 8th street east and L street south, (Navy Yard.) all the stock, fixtures, and effects upon the premises known as Steele's Restaurant, together with the unex pired lease. Terms of sale: All snms under ?100 cash; over that amonnt. one half cash; balance in sixty and ninety days, secured by notes of the purchaser en dorsed to satisfaction of trustee, with interest. EUGENE CARUSI, Trnstee. N. B.?The trustee is authorized by the decree to sell the abovenamed Restaurant as an entirety, and will so offer it on the day of sale, if deemed ad > vantageous to do so. E. CARUSI, Trustee. jy6-dAds COOPER A LATIMER. Aucts. BY GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, No. 526 S. E. corner 7th and D streets. TWO-STOKY AND BASEMENT BRICK HOUSE, WITH THE ADJOINING LOT. FRONTING ON '23d AND K STREET NORTH, IN FIRST WARD. AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY, the 16th instant, at 61 i o'clock p. m., we shall sell, on the premises, Lot 18. in Square No. 36, House being 14 feet front with an adjoining lot having the same front, running back to a fine alley. Terms: One-half cash; balance in six and twelve months, for notes bearing interest and secured by a deed of trust on the premises. All conveyancing and revenue stamps at the cost of the purchaser. $ 100 down on the day of sale. jyll-d GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. BY W. L. WALL & CO.. Auctioneers, Stores 315 and 317. S. W. corner Pa. ave. and 9th street. AUCTION SALE OF "VALUABLE REAL ES TATE IN THE FIRST WARD. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. Jul> 15.1817. at 6 o'clock, we will sell, on the premises, all of Lot 12, Square 170. fronting 40 feet, with a depth of 1X1 f.-et 7 inches, containing 5.473 square feet. improved by a two-story Brick House. Also, a small Frame House, fronting on the alley in the rear. The above property is situated on F street, between 17th and 18th streets. Terms made known at the sale. Stamps and con veyancing at the cost of the purchaser. A deposit of ?100 will be required as soon as the property is sold. GEORGE SEATOX. GEORGE W. BRYANT, jy 10-dAds W. L. WALL A CO., Aucts. B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. No. 52b S. E. corner of Seventh and D sts. TRUSTEE'S SALE. By virtue of a decree passed by the. Supreme Court of the District of Columbia inchancery cause No. 812 wherein W'm. A Ward et al. are complain ants, s.nd Henry A. Clark et al. are defendants, I will sell at public anrtion. on WEDNESDAY, the 24th instant, at f? o'clock p. m., in front of the premises, part of Lot D.of W. B. Todd's suMi vision of Lot 1, in Square 352. beginning on Mary land avenue. 18 feet 9i? inches from the southeast corner of said Lot D; running thence westwardlv, 19 feet 4/i ieches, with the line of said avenue. 4hence northwestwardly at right angle with said avenue. 38 feet 35* inches; thence due north 84 feet a inches; thence east 12 feet 4ia inrhes; thence south 02 feet 7 inches; thence southeastwardly, at right angles with said avenue. 55 feet 1*4 inches to the beginning, w ith the right of w ay over un alle> 2 feet 10 inches wide by 41 feet 6iHclies depth. The above property is situated on Maryland ave ntie. between Tenth and Eleventh streets w<-st, and is improved with a four story Brick Dwelling. T>-rnis of sale: One third cashjbalance at six and twelve months, for which the notes of the pur chaser, secured to the satisfaction of the trustee, w ill be taken.bearing interest from the day of sale, and a lien retained on the property sold . All conveyancing and revenue stamps at the cost of the purchaser. WM. F. MATTINGLY. Trustee. jy 9 tuthsAds GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. BY COOPER A LATIMER, Auctioneers, < Late clerks with Jas. C. McGuire A Co.,) S. W. corner Pennsylvania avenue aud llth street. Star Office Building. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY. By virtue of adeed of trust, duly executed, bear ing date the5th day of Octol>er, A. D.. 18a. and re corded in the Office of the Land Records of the Dis trict of Columbia, in Liber R. M. H. No 3, folios J85. 186. and 187, I shall offer for sale at Public Auction, and sell to the highest bidder, in front of the premises, on Tl'ESDAY.the 9th day of July next. at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, the east part of Lot No. 2, in Square No. 323, on the North side of C street north,having a front on C street of 17 feet and half inch, and being 100 feet deep; the southeast corner of said part of lot being on C street, and fifty feet west of the southeast corner of said Square, with the commodious three-story Brick dwelling House No. 270, and other buildings thereon. Terms of sale: Cash. Conveyancing aud stamps at the cost of the purchaser. CHAS. G. GODFREY. Trustee. je8-StwAds COOPER A LATIMER, Aucts. THE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED until the 16T11 INSTANT, at same hour and place. '"11 AS. G. GODFREY. Trustee. jy9 foAds COOPER A LATIMER, Ancts. Y NAGLE A CO . Auctioneers, Salesroom 295 Pa. av., bet. 9th and 10th sts. NAGLE A CO. will give their personal attention to the sale of Real Estate and Household Furniture. Also, to the sales of stocks of Groceries, Wines, Liqnors. and Merchandise of every description, Horses. Carriages, Harness. Ac. Liberal cash advances made on consignment. Retrnlar Sales at our Salesroom every TUESDAY, THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 10o'clock. ja 11-tf 14AGLE A CO.. Auctioneers. B HOTELS, &c. TVTOTICE.?MR. GEO. A SPRINGMAN, form ic erly proprietor of the Columbia Hotel, of Washington, has opened a Hotel on 703 Walnut street. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He also has on hand a large stock of Rhinesh W ines of his own importation. The citizens of Washington ought not to fail to give him a call. jy C-lin* [HOTEL., he dellca J SUMMER RESORT. . W.J. MOORE.of the WASHINGTON HOTEL, Leonardtown, Md.. is prepared to ac-C commodate BOARDERS by theday. week,^ or month on the most accommodating terms. Fish Oysters, Crabs, and all the cies of the water constantly served up at his table. Boats to an l from Washington twice a week. je 192aw?w* PINEY POINT HOTEL, SALT WATER BATHING. This well known resort will be open for the re ception of visitors on the 20th of June. Am . A. Board per day... ? #2.50. MM Board per week - 914. |UW WM. MITCHELL. PropTteTo^ Steamers leave Washington every Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday at 6 o'clock a. m., arid Baltimore every Tuesday, Friday and Satur day at 4 o'clock p.m. Touching going aud return ing at the Point. je 12-tf A CARD.?The undersigned herewith announce the public that he has sold out his A Restaurant, 501 7th street, to Mr. F. G.wHM BOHR He avails himself of this opportu-JHHI nity to thank his friends for the many favors which for so many years they have been pleased to bestow npon him, honing that they will coatinne to extend th...TO b,. .?????? KL0UAH Washington, D. C.? April 13,1887. I take pleasure to inform the public that I have bought the well-known establishment known as Kioman's Restaurant. It shall be my duty to do everything in my power to gain the custom and esteem of the citizens of the District of Columbia. apI3 3m* F. Q. ROHR. J?XCBLS10R 1 EXCELSIOR CH ASTELLAR'S HAIR EXTERMINATOR!! FOR REMOVING SUPERFLUOUS HAIR. To the ladies especially, this invaluable depila tory recommends itself as being an almost indis pensable article to female beauty, is easily ap plied, does not burn or injure tl>e skin, but acta directly on the roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from low foreheads, or from any other part of the body, completely, totally and radi cally extirpating the same, leaving the skin soft, smooth and natural. Tbie la the only article uwedby the French, and is the only real effectual depilatory ia existence. Price 76 cents per pack -t^sent pott paid, to any address, on receipt or aa 'JIeRGIR, 8HCTT8 * CO., Chemiste. apS-PAWeoly 2t?5 JUver street. Troy, N. T. One Rosewood Ao^un* IANO, made by GHberti; Ose^Mwood PIANO, made by Meyer One almost new Boardman A Gray, with Stool and Cover; #2&o. For sale npon easy terms. . A large lot of Steinway A Sod's and North Amer- , lean Piano Co.t Instruments has just been re- I ceived at the ware-rooms of W. G. METZEROTT A CO., sole agent of Steinway Hi Pianos, and Ma- I KB * Bsmlm?Cabins! Organs my $ ' AUCTION SALE?. ow. BY fr'OOPXB * LATIMER. Auctioneer#, < Late clerks with JameeC McGuit# A Oo.,> Southwest corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, Star Office Building. HOI"BEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANO FORTES. Ac AT AUCTION On SATURDAY* MORNING, July 13th, at 10 o'clock, in front of oar Auction Boo;in, we shall ?ell a large collection of Furniture, Ac., compris ing? Two fine Piano Fortes Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstands Wardrobes, Tables. Ac., Cottage Suites Husk and Hair Matresse* Feather Beds. Pillows and BoKter* Cooking and Heating Stoves, Together wfth many artii lee too numerous to mention. * Also, ISO pair* Linen Sheets 175 Linen Towels About 600 yards New Canvass. 19barrels good Rye W hiskey. It COOPER A LATIMER, Ancts. S Y W. L. WALL A CO . Auctioneers, Stores 315 anil 31 7. South corner Penn'a awnue and 9th street. TWO PIANOS, FURNITURE. Ac., AT AUC TION. On SATURDAY MORNING, July 13, commenc ing at 10 o'clock, we will sell, at our Auction Rooms? Tvo good Second-hand Pianos. made by Chickering A Hand man. Covers and Stools Bureau*. Bedsteads, Chairs TaMes, Mattresses. Beds Oak, Extension and other Tables Sofas. Wardrobes, l'icr Tables ("nuking and other Stoves With many other articles, the effects of a family leaving the city. jv 11 W. L. WALL A CO., Aucte. Y NAGLE A CO., Auctioneers Salesroom U95 Pa. av., bet. 9th and 10th sts. PEREMPTORY SALE?" OF BOOT8, SHOES, GAITERS, HATS, Ac. On SATURDAY, July 13th, at 10 o'clock, at our Salesroom, the entire Stock of a Boot and Shoe dealer declining business, consisting in part of? Men and Boys' Boots and Gaiters Ladies' Boots and Gaiters Patent Leather Shoes Childrens' Shoes And a variety of other articles in the Boct and Shoe line. Also, An assortment of Hats and Bonnets. Great bargains will be offered. Sale without reserve. Terms cash. jy 11 NAGLE A CO., Ancts. B BT GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers, No. 526 S. E. corner 7th and D streets. EXCELLENT BLACK WALNUT PARLOR AND CHAMBER FURNITURE, CARPETS, GILT FRAME MIRROR, AT AUCTION. On SATURDAY, the 13th instant, at 10 o'clock a. m., we shall bell at our Auction Rooms, vi* . One Green Rep Parlor Suite, consisting of Tete a Tete Sofas, Castor and Side Chairs Handsome Marble ton Tables and Ottomans Handsome Black Walnut Bedstead, Dressing Bu reau. Marble-tep Waehstand and Wardrobe, all to match, (made to order.) Mahogany Chamber Set. in perfect order Large Gilt French-plate Mirror, Slab and Bracket Set handsome Oak Bookcase Brussels, Threeply, Ingrain and other Carpets Excellent Feather Beds, Spring and Hair Mat Oak Extension Tables and Dining Chairs Set of Gold Band China and Toilet Sets. And many other articles which we deem unneces sary to enumerate. Terms cash. GREEN A WILLIAMS, jy 11 -d I Intell. 1 Auctioneers. Y WM. L. WALL A CO.. Auctioneers, Original Horse and Carriage Bazaar, No. 98 Louisiana ave..bet.9th and 10th sts. SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, On SATURDAY MORNING, July 13th.at lOoYlk, we will sell, at the Bazaar, a number of Saddle, Carriage and Work Horses, (a full description at sale, / comprising about? FIFTY HORSES. Many good Work. Saddle and Harness Horses, in cluding a very superior Iron Gray Horse, hav ing been used in a lumber wagon. Also, 1 New Leather-top Bngsy. ] New No-top Buggy, both built in this city, by a first-class builder, and to be peremptorily seld. Also, A large collection of New and Second hand Bug gies. Rockaways, Carriages, Wagons, and other Vehicles. Two new Jenny Lind Wagons, built in this city. Also, New and second-hand Harness, Saddles, Carriages, Ac., at private sale. Regular sales days, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Carriages and Harness always on private sale, jy 11 W. L. WALL A CO., Aucts. A GOVERNMENT SALES. ICTION SALE OF ONE CONDEMNED HORSE. U. 8. Navy Yard, ) Washington, July 11.1?i7.| Will I* sold, at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, on SATURDAY next, July 13. at 12 m., at the Washington Navy Yard One Condemned Draft Horse. Terms : Cash, in Government funds. Property to be removed on day of sale, Bj order of the Commandant. FRANKLIN A. STRATTON, It . Civil Engineer. AUCTION SALE OF GOVERNMENT FRAME BUILDING AT CORNER OF 1.'?,'2 STREET AND PENNSYLVA NIA AVENUE. H-iiilqvnrtrT$ Department of Washington, ) Office of ChirJ Quartermaster. > Washington. V. C., July 10, 1857 \ Wi 1 be sold on the premises at Public Auction. on WEDNESDAY, July 17, at 12 o'clock, noon, the Frame Building adjoining the brick structure corn? r of Pennsylvania avenue and 15Ja street, and latel)' used for offices connected with the Head quarters Department of Washington. Said building is 78x42 feet, two stories h gh, and shingle roof, with an addition (one story )30x 16 feet, and contains 415 feet of gas pipe with five 4 light burners, and twenty 1 and 2 light burners, all in good condition. Will l?e sold at same time and place. 22 Window Awnings and Fixtures, and 50 Window Shades and Fixtures, all in fair condition. Teims: Cash, in Government funds, and (7) seven days allowed for removal of buildings. By order of Bvt. Maj. Gen. E. R. S. Canhy. M. I. LUDINGTON. jy 10-Gt Major and Uuartermaster. U.S. A. ^ICBET DISEASES-! SAMARII AS ' S GIFT! SAMARITAN'S GIFT! THE MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVER USED. "Yes, A Positive Cure," for GONORRIKEA, GLEET, STRICTURES, tic. Contains no Mineral, no Balsam.no Mercury. Only Ttn Pills to be Taken to Effect a Cure. They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor any unpleasant taste, and will not iu any way in jure the stomach or bowels of the most delicate. Cures in Irom two to four days, and recent cases in "twenty-four hours." Prepared by a graduate of the University ol Pennsylvania, one of the most euiirent Doctors and Chemists of the present day; no t.rposure,no troublt. no change irhmtever. Let those who have despaired of getting cured, or who have been gorged with Balsam Copavia or Mer cury, try the SAMARITAN'S GIFT. Sent by mail in a plain envelope. Price?Male packages, 82. Female. $3. BLOODr BLOODt BLOOD' SCROFULA, ULCERS. 80RE8 SPOTS, TETTER8. SCALES, BOILS. SYPHILIS, OR VENEREAL DISEASES, Ac. SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICE Is offered the public as a positive cure. SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES, the SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUIClfc is a moat potent, certain and effectual remedy ever pre scribed; it reaches and eradicates every particle of the venereal poison, so that the cure is thorough and permanent. Take, then, of this purifying rem edy and be healed, and do uot transmit it to your posterity that for which you may repent in after year*. DO NOT DESPAIR 1 Although yonlmay be pronounced incurable, SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICES will remove every vestige of impurities from the system, as well as all the bad effects of Mercury. FEMALES! FEMALES I! In many affections with which numbers of Fe males suffer the ROOT AND HERB JUICES most happily adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, iu Leucor rhu-a, iu bearing down, Falling of the Womb, de bility . and from all complaints incident to the sex. Sent by express. Price $ 1.25 per bottle. SAMARITAN'8 WASH Is, in cases of 8yphilis, used in connection with the Boot and Herb Juices. Full directions. Price 26cents. The efficacy of these remedies ia alike acknowl edged by physicians and patients. They are used iu the U. 8. Hospitals. WHAT THE SURGEONS 8AY OF THE SAMAR ITAN'S REMEDIES. "Post Hospital, Fort Marshall, Baltimore, Md., Feb. 20,1864.?I have great satisfaction in sta ting that I have used ' The Samaritan Remedies' for Veueral diseases in its most customary forms; that 1 have used them with judgment, discretion, and properly, and have found them respond to my an ticipations promptly and effectually. Knowing their composition, I have the fullest confidence in their efficacy, and as far as my use of them extends, I recommend them strongly. '?ALFRED 0. BOWERS, " Assistant Surgeon, 6th N. Y. Vols." Sold by S. C. FORD, corner 11th street and Penn sylvania avenue, Washington; HENRY COOK, Al exandria, Va.; and by Druggists generally. DESMOND A CO., Philadelphia my6-tf piC-NIC, EXCURMON^AND TRAVELING Just received,* large assortment of articles se lected especially for the above purposes. STRASBOURG, FA 18AN, BECAS8ES, PER DRKL'X^POTTKjKfoKOtlE, HAM, _ Croasee A Black well'a, Gordon's Preserves, Brandy Fruits, and Jellies, Fresh West India Fruits. Also, ? large variety of Plain nod Fancy Pic-HIo land Traveling Baskets. MAGNOLIA HAMS. We call attention to for Sandwich**. They are ?u4- "(?o!Mn From the Scnnpernong Grape of North Carolina; light, very fruity and golden oolor; unexcelled for ifinch UN, ?. M. KING * SON, King Place, lay 16-tf Corner Vermont are, and Wi at. dennia, illustrated; #1.36. Shaktpeare, English Ifciruj ?1.60 per pHon. plain; Longfellow'a r aone Poema, Diamond edition) #1M. yBAHCK TAYLQ|< PROPOSALS. *>R0P0SAL8 FOR ENGTSE HOUSB. Be it '*mrt*dby the&??l of Alderm^ 9f(hnim*mC0**"l. Tl^t tbe ?nro of tw'JT?'t nou sand dollar*, or so ma?h thereof ? may ?arv. be, and the same is hereby. app^riatea ou? ol the general fund, for the purchase^T * "u' St, and to build au engine, Souse ftr the use? garner No 1. That the location ^ rite w engine house fcnd plan of the bailding shall determined by the Mayor, one merat>er ofMje Board of AWermen. one member of theBoara dt Common Council. and the Board of V ireJ .ol" missioners; and the enid engine ho u ?e iw all bnilt by contract, the above-named committee shall constitute the building committee, anil unde their direction the building <^*1' fJT^r^ said bnilding commUtee (.hall adTertise in ttireo d*ily papers in the<-ity of Washington tor ten <10) fuccestive days for proposals, ac.cordinR tfl plans and specifications to be provided, and award the contracts to the most advantageous bkwer or bid ders. he or they giving security for a Wthful com pliance with the contracts in double the aruonnt 01 his or their bids for the ereetion of said engine house; and in no case shall the contractor or con tractors be paid for any extra *ork or " except on a written order from the B?iMing< om inittee, or such legally authorised person as tn?y may select for that purpose, nn<l a specific time shall be named in the contracts for the coinplktiou (>f the work cont racted for, under a suitable rorleit for each dav's failure. Approved December 8.1^5. Offick Firb Ccmmimionbrs. I Room No. 6. West City Hall. July 9.1SJ7. S In pursuance of tho above, proposal* u ill be re reived at this office for teu (10) days from thih ?late tor erecting a Building for the use of Steamer * The location of the above to be on K ?treet north , near 17th street west, Lot 4. Square 1S4. P'*n' *n<i -pecificationn for the at-ove building can be seen at this office between the hours of 9 and 3 each day. The right is reserved to re^ect^any or^l^nd|. H. M KNIGHT, JOHN T> O.CLARK, CHAP. I. CAN FIELD. JOHN W. THOMPSON, THOMAS BERRY, jy 9 jot Building Committee. TREASURY DEPARTMENT. 24th June. 1SG7. Proposals will be received for the delivery to the Treasury Department of about 1,3>>0 TOMS ?f,OOntons ofNo. 1. 150 tons of No. 2, Baltimore Company's beet White Atrh Anthracite Coal, and 160 tons of Red Ash, jLyken's \all?j.) to t?e weighed on the scales of the Treasury Extension, and to weigh 2.240 pounds to the ton. Also. 100 CORDS OF BAKBR 8 PINE WOOD. All to be delivered at such times, in such quanti ties, and at such places as may be repaired. Bids will be received until 12o'clock noon, on the 12th of July. 1M7. addressed to the General Superin tendent of Treasury Buildings, under cover to the Secretary of the Treasury, and to be considered binding for two weeks after that date, the Depart ment reserving the right to reject all or any por tion of the bids received. No bids will be entertained nnless satisfactory evidence can be given of the abilities of the parties to fill the contract. GEO. B. Mc( ART?*, je 24 General Snp't Treasury Buildings. J3R0P0SALS FOB COAL AND WOOD. 8ENATE OF THK UWITKD STATE*, I Qfice of the Sergeant-at-Arms. June 17.18 37. \ Sealed proposals will be received at thlsomce until 12 o'clock M.of Monday, July 15. 1057. for supplying fuel for the use of the Senate of the United States, as follows: Seven hundred (700) tons (2.240 Iks.) test white Ash Furnace or Large Egg Coal, to be thoroughly screened and free from dirt, , One hundred (IPO) cords best Bakers Pine Wood. Seventy-five (75) cords beet Oak Wood. All to be delivered and piled, away in the Senate vaults, under the direction of the Chief Engineer within two (2) months after the contract isaward GEO. X. yKU " " t je 18-td Sergeant-at-Arms U. 8. Senate. PROPOSALS FOR FLOCB. Officb DEroT Commissary of SrasisTKNCE. Washington. D.C., July 8.1817. Sealed Proposals are invited until TUESDAY, July 16,18G7. at 12 o'clock M.. for furnishing the Subsistence Department with FIVE HUNDRED (300) PARRELS OF FLOl R. The proposals will be for what is known at this Depot as Nos. 1 and 2, and bids w ill be entertained for any quantity less than the whole. Bids must be in duplicate, and for each grade on separate sheets of paper. . The delivery of the Flour to commence within five days from the opening of the bids, and must be delivered in such quantities, daily, as the Gov ernment may direct, at the wharves or railroad depot in Washington. D. C. The delivery of all Flour awarded to be com pleted within "twenty days from the acceptance of thBidswill be received for Flour to be delivered in new. oak barrels, head lined. . _ Payment will be made in such funds as the Gov ernment may have for disbursement. The usual Government inspection will t>e made just before the Flour is received, and none w ill be accepted which is not fresh ground and of a supe rior quality. . . , .. , No bid will be entertained from parties who have previously failed to comply with their bids, or from bidders not present to respond. . Government reserves the right to reject any bid for any cause. , , , . ? Bids to be addressed to the undersigned, at No. 223 G street, endorsed, "Proposals for Floor (f. l?hLb, jy 8 5t Major and C. 8.. U. S. A. pROPOSALS FOR COAL. Department of the Interior, ) Government Hospital for the Insane, > Near Washington, 1>. C., July 5,18w N Sealed Proposals w ill be received at the ottice of this Institution until noon on FRIDAY. July 19, 18o7, for furnishing and delivering at the Hospital wharf, seven hundred (700>tons. 2.240 pounds to the ton. of best run of mine Cumberland or Bitumi nous Coal, and two hundred (20o)tons best Anthra cite Coal, egg size. Bids will l?e received from same person or firm for the delivery of l>oth the Bi tuminous and Anthracite Coals, or for one kind enly: but thev will not be considered unless the name is given l>y which the Coal proposed to be fur nished is known in the market, nor unless they are made by dealers or miners, who must furnish evi dence satisfactory to the undersigned that they are aide to fulfill their (business engagements, and in the habit of fulfilling them with promptness and exactness. . . . Bids will be held to be binding for one week after they are received, and the right is distinctly re served to reject all or any of the bids offered, if in the judgment of the Superintendent the interests of the Government require it. The coal must be delivered in barges or flat hot torn centre board vessels which draw not exceed ing six and one half feet of water when loaded. The delivery must commence on or before the first of August. 1807. and to be continued at the rate of about two hundred (200) tons each week till the whole amount the successful bidder engages to furnish is delivered. The coal will be removed from the l>oats and weighed by the Hospital, and at its expense, and settled for accordingly, one per cent being allowed for wastage in unloading and carting from the w harf to the scales, which are on the hill, near the Hospital edifice. Payment will be made for each cargo immedi ately after it is delivered and weighed. iy ~6 satuth2w pROPOSALS FOR NAVY CLOTHING. Navy Department, J Bureau of Provisions and Clothing,> Julie 17. 18m . 1 Proposals, sealed and endorsed "Proposals for Navy Clothing," will be received at this Bureau until 2 o'clock p.m.* on TUt81'A.Y1 the 16th day of July next for TEN THOUSAND. PAIRS BLUE SATINET TROWSERS. 6.1*10 pairs deliv erable in New York, and 4.000 pair? in Boston; also, TEN THOUSAND BLUE FLANNEL OVER SHIRTS, 0.UW deliverable in New York, and 4.UU0 ill Boston; lK.th articles to be of the navy standard, and delivered at the navy yards at the above named places, w ithin sixty days after notification of the acceptance of a proposal, and there pass the usual inspection. . , ,. For a description of the articles and the packages to contain them bidders are referred to the samples at the said navy yards; and for information (m pamphlet form) regarding contracts to the offices of the commandants aud paymasters of the several navy yards. . . . Every offer must be accompanied by a w ritten guarantee signed by one or more responsible per sons to the effect that he or they undertake that the bidder or bidders will, if his or their bid be accept ed, enter into an obligation within five days, with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish the articles proposed; the responsibility of the guarantors to be certified to by the Assessor of Internal Revenue for the District in which they reside. No proposal 1 till be considered vnless accompanied lu such guarantee and by satisfactory evidence that tiit bidilrr is a regular dealer in th? articles, and has the license required by act af Co*srjji-BKjDQE je 17 1 aw4w Chief of Bureau. f^ A B L 1 N ' S SPRINGS. ?ntly been m a pains lu This delightful place of resort has recently been thoroughly renovated and improved,andT is now open for the reception of partiesl who desire to spend a day at this delight- ^ Jul spot. The proprietors have spared no order to render it attractive, and pledge themselves to do their utmost to add to the pleasure and com fort of those favoring them with their patronage. For pleasure parties, pic nics for schools, orders or associations, the Springs possess advantages claimed by no other place. Thespacions Pavillion, delightful water, the shady groves, its picturesque scenery. all tend to render it a charming place. The Spriugs are 7 miles from Alexandria, immedi ately upon the line of the Alexa., Loudon & Hamp shire Railroad, with the Superintendent of which arrangements can belnade at any time for the run ning of trains to aecommodate parties desiring to visit the place. The terms are low. and the proprietors pledge themselves that on all occasions good order will be maintained; and that for no consideration will they r-rniit alcoholic liquors to be sold in the vicinity, orfurther particulars apply to WM. H. CARLIN, Alexandria, or JKO. D. EDilOND, 513 7th street Washington. je3eoIm ORPHANS' COURT, June 22.1857.?District o? Columbia, Washington County, to wtt.?In the case of William Dixon. Executor of William W. Connor,deceased, the execotor aforesaid has, with the approbation of the Orphans' Court of Washington County aforesaid, appointed Satur day. the ISth day of Juljr, A. D. 18t>7, for the final settlement and distnbntion of the personal estate of said deceased, and of the assets in hand, as far as the same have been collected and turned into money; when and where all the creditors and heirs of said deceased are notified to attend, with their claims properly vouched , er they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit in said deceased's estate: Provided a copy of this order be published ouce a week for three weeks in the Ivesing Star ?""?' " "" R. O'BEIBNK. e 24-w3w Register of Wills. Over-Sea, by Henry Morford. Mar-Day and other Poems, by Ralph Waldo Ktterson. Pendennis, Dia mond Edition; illustrated. Brinton an Intestinal Obstruction. Harrison on the Steam Boiler. my 3D 7BANCK TAYLOR. WHHff V INKGABi, BLACKBBB&Y CORDIAL. All of best qpality. g. BURCHBLL, jctf aster Xfrfcltt Bottae, cor. itth and J at*. RAILROADS. Baltimore and ohio railroad. WAftHi*eTo*, May 6, Noo*, 1867. 8 WASHINGTON AND BALTI MORE. and WASHINGTON AND THE WEST are now run as follow#, via : . - ^ FOR BALTIMORE Leave daily. except Sunday,at7:00,7:45. and 12:15 p.m.,And ?***.and 4-?>. and 8 46 p in. FOR ALL WAY STATIONS. Leavedaily, except Sunday, at 7 0> a m . and 2:0 and8.-?f.m. _ FOB WAY STATIONS SOUTH OF ANN APOLIS JUNCTION Leave at 6.15 7:0U a. m . and at 2:<>o and 4 35 p. m FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave at 7:00 a. m. and 4:3<j p. m. Notraijito r from Annapoli* 011 Sunday ON SUND\Y. fob Baltimore. Leave at 7:45 a. m.. and 4 an?l 8.45 p. m. FOR WAY STATIONS. Leave at 7:45 a. m.. and 4:5'and - 45 p. m. FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. Leave daily, except Sunday, at 7:45 a m , 4 30 ar. I 845 p. m. On Sunday at 4:3n and 8:45 p m. onlv, connecting at Relay Station with trains from Baltimore to Wheeling. Parkersburg. Ac. THROUGH TICKETS to the * est ran bo hAd at the Washington Station Ticket Office at all hours in the day, as well a? at the new office of the Bank er* and Brokers'Telegraph Line, 34* Pennsylva nia avenne, between 6th and 7th street!*. For New York, Philadelphia, and Boston, see ad* vertisement of "Through Line." J. L. WILSON, Master of Transportation. L. M. COLE. G?neral Ticket Agent. GEO. S. KOONTZ. Agent. Washington. oc30-tf E. J . W1LKINS. Passenger Agent 1867 PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE 1867 TO THE NORTHWEST, SOUTH. AND SOUTH WEST. On and after May 6th, 13J7. trains will leave a* follews: Washington 7.45 a. m.|Baltimore 12.10 p. m. 4.30 r. M.j 7.00 p. -8.45 P. M.I 10.30 p. 5c. THE GREAT DOUBLE TRACK ROUTE, With ELEGANT SCENERY, Palace State-room day and night Oars.with modern improvements, ancP saving from four to twelve hours in timwover any other ronte. Two hundred miles saved to Western and Central New York. THBEE DAILY TRAINS TO THE WE*T. TWO DAILY TRAINS TO THE NORTE'. Through from Baltimore to ROCHESTER and PITTSBURGH without change. Passengers by this route from Baltimore have tho advantage ef making all changes in UNION DE POTS, and no FERRIES. Tickets by this route can be procured at the of flee, corner 6th afreet and Pennsylvania avenue, under National Hotel, where reliable information will be given at all times. Passengers procuring tickets at this office can secure accommodations in Sleeping Cant for El miraor Pittsburg. W J. ARNOLD, Ticket Agent, Sixth and Penn a ave., Washington. D. C. SD. S. YOUNG, Gen. Paes Agent. de 1-ly Baltimore. Md. THBOUGH LINE BETWEEN WASHINGTON ^PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK. _ , Washisgtos, Jan. 6.18f>7. Trains between Washington and New York arO now run as follows, viz : FOR NEW YORK, without change of cars. Leave daily (except Sunday) at 7:46 a. m , 12 15 and 7:00 p. m. FOR PHILADELPHIA. Leave daily (except Sunday) at 7.45 and 12'15 p. m.,aad 4 JO and 7.no p. 111. ON SUNDAY. Leave for New York and Philadelphia at 7:00 p. m. only. Sleeping cars for New York on 7:00 p.m. tTain daily. Through tickets to Philadelphia, New York, or Boston, can be had at the Station Office at all hour* in the day, as well as at the new office in the Bank ers and Brokers Telegraph Line, 348 Peun. ave nue. between 6th and <th streets. See Baltimore and Ohio Railroad advertisemen and schedule between Washington, Baltimore, An napolis, au.l the West. J. L. WILSON, Master of Transportatio L. M . COLE. General Ticket Agent. GEO. S. KOONTZ. Agent, Washington. E. J. W1LK1NS, Passenger Agent. oc?tf STEAMBOAT LINES. OFFICE RICHMOND. FREDERICKSBURG, AND P. B. R. COMPANY. Washixgt?t?, July 3d. 1867 CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.?On and after FRI DAY. July 5th. the Boats of this line .11 . w ill leave 7th street w liarf at 6 a. ni and 7 p.m. On Sundays at 6 a. only, making close connections for all points South and Southwest. JJ 5-6t GEO. MATTINGLY. Superintendent. pOTOMAC FERBY COMPANY. WASHINGTON AND ALEXANDRIA. The Steamboats of the Company leave each place EVERY 'HOUR, from 6 o'clock a. m. until 7 o'clock p.m. Leave from the wharf foot of 7th street. Wash-' ington. . . , ? The Seventh street Cars connect with the Boats FOR MOUNT VERNON. The fine steamer ?? WAWASET" will leave the wharf foot of 7th street, TUESDAY, THl'RS DAY and SATURDAY MORNINGS at 10 o clock Returning, the Boat arrives at 3>* p. m. EXCURSIONS. The steamer" WAWASET'' can bechartered for Excursions to Glymont and other points on the river at reasonable rates. The Grounds and the Pavillion at Glymont are in good order for Pic nics and Pleasure parties. Parties desiring to charter the "Wawaset' should apply at the office of the Company, foot of 7th street; WM. D. COLT, my 7 President Potomac Ferry Co. R EGULAR LINE BETWEEN BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON The steamer COLUMBIA will leave Riley s Wharf, at the foot of 11th street, every WEDNESDAY Morning. 6o'clock. Returning, she will feave^^^*^^^* Commerce street Wharf. Baltimore, every SATUR DAY Afternoon, at 4 o'clock. She will stop at the landings on both sides of the river, going and re turning. Freight taken at very low rates. For further particulars apply to THOS. W. RILEY. Aeent, ap 18-TftF3m Riley's Wharf, foot of lltli st. POTOMAC TRANSPORTATION LINE FOB BALTIMORE. Making freight connection at AQUIA CREEK with RICHMOND, FREDERICKS- rr^ BURG AND POTOMAC RAILROAD. The steamer EXPRESS. Captain C. Nickle, and steamer KENNEBEC, Captain Jno. H. Wilson, leave Washington from Sixth street Wharf, every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 6 a. m.. for Baltimore, and usual way landi-ugg oa Potomac river. Returning, leave Baltimore every TUESDAY and FRIDAY. 4 p m. For further information apply to J. B. BRYAN ft BRO., mh 18-tf No. 345 Pennsylvania ave. STEAMER WILSON SMALL. FOR THE EASTERN SHORE. NOTICE ?The Steamer WILSON SMALL, CAPT. E. T. LEONARD, ?ow in all respects one of the staunchest. most^EA^^MH^ comfortable and elegant steamers^^^^^^^^* plying on Chesapeake Hay. will resume her route on SATURDAY. March 2d. She leaves her pier opposite^ No. 170 JUght street wharf,_ Baltimore, pier nore, every TUESDAY. THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at 9 p.m., forEASTON POINT. DOUBLE MILLS, OXFORD, CLoRA'S POINT, WALL ACH'9 WHARF.CAM BRIDGE. HU Gil LETT'S WHARF, CABIN CREEK. MEDFOBD'S WHARF, anil LLOYD'S LANDING. Returning from THE EASTERN SHORE, she leaves Lloyd's Landing at 1 p.m., Cambridge atj Eastern Point at 8 p. m., every Monday i T1, fndav, touching at all interme diate landings, and reaching Baltimore at 5 a m on the following morning. She has a large number ef fine state-reoms. ft?26 tf IMPORTANT TO THE LADIES.?IN DELIBLB STAMPING. Warranted fast colors. Will wash and boil. Done by a French cemposition, the receipt of which has been purchased at a high price. Saves expeuBe of braiding. Ladies are invited to call, get a sample, and try it. Ladies'white or colored Underskirts. Balmo rals. Aprons. Ac., Stamped on Imitation or braid ing, in fast colors. K WARRANTED NOT TO WASH OUT. Great saving to ladies having clothes, for chil dren to make up. No braid, 110 sewing; but the pattern printed in the goods indelible. Strips that can be attached to the bottoms of Ladies' Skirts, (same a8 they are now worn in New York,) ready stamped, and for sale at less than half the usual cost of braid. Birds, medallions. Figures, animal* of any pattern stamped. Goods as represented or the money returned. WM. PRINCE, mh 12-tf 439 9th street, opposite Patent Office. (^OLD JEWELRY, WATCHES, AND SILVER I WARE.?I have on hand and am constantly re ceiving all of the latest styles of Jewelry, Ac., w hich! w ill sell as cheap as genuine articles can be Burchased for at any responsible establishment in Sis or anv other city. An examination and com parison of the quality and prices respectfully re quested, at 339 Pennsylvania avenne. je6 H. O. HOOD. NOTICE. LINEN COLLAR LAUNDRY. We take pleasure in informing our customers and friends that we have, in connection with onr Shir J and Collar Mannfactory, a LAUNDRY, with expe rienced hands, where we will Laundry Linen Col lars, giving them a fine finish and the appearance ef new Collars. It has been a great trouble with our customers in wearing Linen Collars to get them properly finished, and to obviate the difficulty, aixf for their accommodation, we have been induced to make arrangements to suit them in that very par ticular article of dress. LOCKWOOD, HUFTY ft TAYLOB, Manufacturers ef and Dealers in LADIES' AND GENT 'S FURNISHING GOODS 334 Pennsylvania avenue, my a im between 9th and 10th sta. MEW BOOKS.?Law and Practice of United N States Naval Courts-Martial. By A.A.Har wood. U. 8. N. The Reign of Law. By the Duke of Argyll; 1 vol.; London. The Vegetable World . By Louis Fighier; 1 vol.; London. Jfc.laie Magoon By Mrs. Frances Dana Gage. May Day By Ralpb Waldo Emerson, Good English; or, Popular Errors* in Language. Harrison on the Steam Boiler. jny fl FBANCK TAYLOR CEBD STORE, FIRST WARD. ? SEEDS PLANTS. and IMPLEMENTS, Lawn Grasa "weet Vernal Grass ird Seeds, for sale ORRIS, J*-, near Penn. ava. MXJib JeM-lB*