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! FORTY-FIRST CONGRESS. SENATE ? After onr report closed, the door* vtre reopened and the Senate took a reco? Until IJO p m At the evening wion, Mr. Morrill called up the biM supplyirg deficiencies in nppropriations fur compeii-ation and mileage ot member* of the Hon** ?>f Krpreventative*. The Committee cn Approbation* reports*! an amendment ap propriating 91.i4IO.nrai for deficiencies ia th? appruprlat.on fur collecting cnstonie duties. an.I appropriating fjo.onw to enable the Secretar >? of ti e Treasury to par ?|-?oal counsel, agreed to. and th?- bill passed. The Mil for the relief of Kollin White, re turn* <i by the President, with hi? objection. ?? taken up. the jiiewtion l>eing. "Shall the bill ]>a*e. the President's objection* to the contrary nwtwitlistni ding?" I>ebate en?ed. during ? hirh Mr. Sanltbsr; argned that the message ?t the President, in returning this bill, wan in no sense a veto in the sei?"e intended by the Constitution. ? -The v?t?- resulted--!'*8 1'. nay* 13,?two thirds voting in ths affirmative, so the bill vh passed uvtr the veto of the President. The hill m relation to the .Southern Pac tic Hail road i ?>?? pany, ol California, was passed. The 8e"*,?' 1o-*> P- "? ? adjourned. H< UTSE ?After our report closed? TV House resumed consideration of the in ternal tax bill. An amendment, proponed on Saturday, to ptrike oat the proviso im|?wing a tax of four dollars on each barrel, counting W gallons of proof spirit* to the b.trrel, upon withd-awal ot naidsplrlta from a bonded warehouse, was agreed to The Brst section was passed as amended. The second section, which relates to exemp tion of tax tur manufactured articles purchased by the I'ni'ed States, wan stricken out. Sections three to six, inclusive, pasted without material amendment. The seventh section was amended, on moti.wi rf Mr. Ela (N. H.), by inserting a proviso that In ease of the transfer of any business the per son making the transfer may also transfer hid special bus>i.ess, and the successor may go un der it the same as the person to whom It wxi issued might have conducted his bnsineas. The sections down to and including sixteen 'were parsed without material amendment; and reading further consideration Jhe House, at p. m., adjourned. Ltohkaisb P?itatobs.?Prof. Blot gives the following: " If you have not any cold potatoes, steam or toil some, let them cool, and peel an<i Mice them For about a quart of potatoes, put 2 sauces of butter in a fr> in*-pan on the Are, and when melted put as much onion as you please, either sliced or chopped, into the pan, and fry it until about half done, when :?dd the potatoes and again 2 ounces of butter; salt. pep per, and stir and toss gently until the potatoes axe all fried of a One light-brown cslor."? Amfru-an Agnruttmrut. HAKBIED. BEAN-MILLER. Msy 31st. 170. at St. P-t-r s t'tinrrh, by H?>. Father Hal.to*. THADIiKI'K BRAN to M Ml * A. M1LLEK, >>f W uhinit>n. D C. | No cards.J * GoLDSBoRnlUH-WKST. Oa the 1st isst.by the Re* pr HiarSey.at the Chureh of Epiph<tny, J RA N IX >L I'll UoLI>SB< 'Ht'lN.H. of Baltimore. Md., to HELEN T , daugtaSsr ?f William 11. West. JK?i ? of the Treasury Department. ? | Baltimore papers please copy. J MD. CARROLL On the 31st of May. MTO. PETER f ARRotiL oldest s>n of Peter aul Rusanua Car roll. in the 8d year of his age H i- fnneral will take place oa Thnrsdav afternnan, M 3 o'clock at the rsiMeiKf of his father. <>n 30th t-tr-et Iwts^n K and L. Hi- friends ar? requested to attend. * HKRKEI.L. May 31st, EDWIN EtQENK, son Cf Eli Am D. Herrsll. Funeral ?ill take place at her residence.corner II and 9th streets weit, at 3 o'clock p. m to mor row. JumH Ths fneml- ars invited to attend UNDERTAKERS. BIOHARD F HJkRVRY. ALOEZO A MARK MA RTIf k MARK, ijyrnmMTJKMmm, No. 934 F STREET, between Ninth and Tenth. my ?1T piCHAKD W. BAKKLR, v-yru KmTJMKB 4*9 EIGHTH sTRgET.near E VUHB1TCRB of all kinds made and repaired. Special attecitt jo given t# the maaofacturs' of CHAIR* AII work warranted. fe IS-ly BK1PAL. AND FINfKAL. WREATHS Ell Mnnl, Fr*ert*l mk1 Pressed by MARY I. BTOOrS A CO.. So. 617, 7th at., opposite Patent Oflc*. Plain Omuneatal Hair work. Embalmed flowers warranted not to change color. m> i Ua* Bridal and funeral wreaths, bo ULET8, CROSSES, ANCHORS and STARS Preserved or Enameled m Wax All kinds of Hair ?radmg done. Ornamental Hair Work _>n Ulaas and Pearl by Mrs FRIES, late of Boston, 399 8th St.. near I. References for Hair W.rk?Mrs President ORAMT. Mrs Admiral OoWsborssgh, W W Cores ran. ?en Casey, Oea. Tompkins Oen Atkea del ly O HOCSE IN TIIE CITY ABLE TO C??M p?te with ?>AK HALL. i'2i 7th street. jel J M PORT ART TO TUB LAD1B8. included In ths larire stock ot BLACK and GOL t'RED SU ES which we are -o-llini; -.It AT COST .FOB CASH are ??'..( the FIN KST UlALITIBs ?f LlONf SILKS iniport-d. as well as a (Treat va riety ef FINE JAPASB3B SILKS, In plain colors; also, plaids and stripes. ?V At the WHOLESALE PRICB they are VERT CH BA P. and those ia want of bargains in SILKS aWnfcl not laiae this opportuuity. JOS. J. HAT. nA ?t . bet. 9th and W>h?U. IN" WALTHAR WATCHES. ? The extensive nse of these Watches for ths last fif teen years by Railway Conductors. Bnffineers. and BTpreasmen?the mrwt exacting of watch-wearers has thorongkly demonstrated ths strM?tk. steadi ness. durability, and accuracy of the W' alt ham Watch. To satisfy that class in all thsee respects, is an decide the question as to the real value ot theee time- ke? pert. More than 4 50,000 of these watches are now ?peakiag for themselves in the pockets of the paa ple?a pro- t and a guarantee of their superiority ever all ethers. The superior organization and great extent of the Company s Works at Waltham. enable them to pro duce wat. hes at a price which readers competition tattle, and those who bsy any other watch merely pay from X to M per cent, more for their w a tehee than is necessary. We are amr selling Waltham Watches at lees "prices in greenbacks, than the gold pness before the war. There is no other manufacture of aay kind in the United States of which this can be said. Theee tin*pieces coca bins every imprevsasnt that a long experience has proved of real practical | nee. Having bad the refusal of nearly every Inven tion In watchmaking originating in this country or In Bnrspe. only thoee were Anally adopted which ?evere testing by the most skillful artisans In onr Wosfcs, and 1. >ug nse oa the part ef ths public, de monstrated to be essential to correct and enduring Jime keeping. Among the many improvements ws would partics Jar me: The Invention and use ef a centre-pinion ot pecs Uar construction, to prevent damage to the train by the breakage of main spnags. is original with the American Watch Company, who, having had the re fusal ef ail other contrivances, adopted Fogg's Patent pinion as Wing tne best and faultless. Hardened aad tempered hair springs, now univer sally admitted by watchmakers to be the beet, are need in all grades <4 Waltham Watches. AU W ail ham Wetchee have dust-proof caps, pro tecting the movement from dust aad lessening ths neceMty of ths frequent cleaning necessary in other Watches. Onr new patent stess-wtader, or keylsss watch. Is already a decided success and a great improvement on aay stem winding watch la ths Amertcaa market, and By far the cheapest watch of tts quality now I aflered to the public To those living in portions of the l*ut ted States where watchmakers do not abound, wat ansa with the above mentioned Improvements which tend to insure accuracy, dsnnliasss, dura bility convenience, mast prove Inrainahls. Every wateh gnaraatsed by the Company. To prevent imposition, buyers should see that every watch shunld hear either of the following trade marks: American Watch Co Waltham. Appleton. Tracy A Co T. S. Bartlett.. WIIMam Bllery Home W atch Co ?? " Fot tale at retail by all respectable dealers. A deecnptive circular giving much ueeful infor mation sent to any address en application. No watches rstalled by ths Compskoy. It ml Agents, 1M Broadway, Hew York. Aikte ssstAsnsse POLL PLATK WATCH ?snr t*? ths irads mere ?? AM EKIl'AX WATCH Cb., Crrtemt it., Wsluaet, Mass." ii w Hr fm Us kssf > plmu WmttM mtrndt M Us OntUd SMIss, assd Sirrr+uv asfliuw knanfort ma U is liu /or hrtSnrt biiseri, fhadaeleri, ft. ?pU M.W.FJmo. Strawbwky Short AK*? the strawberry short-cake is an Am-ricaa in*? taUon. It to in its season the popular dish a. the restaurants, most of them announcing it ?. plarnrds. and torn of them advertising tai ??ufrlnal strawberry short-cake." ?? ??*> alwavs looked npon it m an ingenious devic > f.?r spoiling strawberries; but. a# we are proba bly in the minority, we consult the wishes or the majority by giving the fottowina recipe, wlilch come* well recommended.? lo t teir ci pluls of sour milk add 1 toaspwaPnl of soua when this is dissolved, add I cup of but ter or lard, and flour enough to ratke a ?rt (tough- Roll tnto th'n case* enough to Hll the pan In which they are to be baked. I>uet a frying-pan with flour, place ia the cake, and bake over the Bre. turning ax ?oon as the ou?i< r-ide ia done. Split the cakes while hot, and butter well. Iat on a plate a half of the r.?ke, put on it a layer of well-sugared straw berries. put another half of a cake, more straw, berries. and no on until there are Ave or ?li lav em. and nerve." ....Another says: "Mi* the dongh with buttermilk as f ?r short-biscuit, roll so that it will he from 1 to 2 inches thick when b^ked, and bake In an oven Ma*h the straw berries slight, and add sugar to your taste, and water, to m^ke juice sufficient to moisten well the rake; split the cake while hot. butter each part well, and pour the strawherrie*. etc., upon the under half and cover with the upper. ? A',mean Agriculturiit ? ? 1 gy An employee of ?J. fl. Conbois, an under tJik? r of Sacramento, laid himself out in one of h < employer's coffins and shot himself through tl e head. ^-The M Vrimontal News is a four cent weekly just started In London, whi h is said to contain over two hundred announcement* from candidates for marriage. ?yThe gallant Fenlm O'Nell complains that he Is a terribly ill-used man. While he was gallantly lighting the Canadian* in the front, the 1'nited SUUss Marshal took a hack at Kim is tkt rrar. C7*Vr. Biering, an ex-Profe?r>r In the Roman Catholic Seminary in Baltimore, ha* recently joined the Greek Church, at St. Petersburg, and Is coming to America to preach the doc ti inea of that Church. CLOTHING, Ac. N#* WHITB SCOTCH CHEVIOT SLITS, LASTING AND ELBGANT. SILK SBR'iE COATS. OLIVE. BROWS, AND BLACK. NUN'S CLOTH COATS, 11 ALT LINED OR UNL1NED, <STTLE > OUSTER!" I LP LINEN SLITS, IN STOCK. AT A. SAKS * CO.'S, mj.TI $16 SEVEBTH 8TBEET. QAH HALL CLOTH1H6 COXPAXT. Ol'R SPRING OPENING OF GOODS TO-DAT < V>marmfng a complete awortment of MEN'S, YOCTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING Made na In superior styles, and our list of trice* has be?*n reduced to the lowest gold rate*. Look at onr Hat of prices: Boaine** and Walking Suits at. 110 QO Bnsinesa and Walking Suits at- ilti SO Bnsine** and W aiking Salts at. #14.OO Plaid Snits. latest design* at _. IB 00 Best Business and Walling Suit*. .|li to 90.00 Look at our line of Boy's Clothing : Boys' Cults at. #4 40. Boy* Suit* at #7.74, 9.74, 9,1$ and 10 Best French Children* Bults, J. P. V ...#14 Onr 11ns of Clothing rannot be equaled in Wash ington, and we are daily receiving the latest style* from onr mammoth establishment, m4lm OAK HALL CLOTHING BOOMS. L' J. HEIBERUER, * ? (Successor to H. f. LorDoilCo.,) CITIZENS, ABMT AND NAVY MER( HANT TA1LOB, Metropolitan Hotel, i late Brown's,) jy lS-tf No. 309 Penn. avenue. Washington. BOOKS, STATIONERY, Ac. i N EW BOOKS, RECEIVED AND FOB SALE AT THE YICAB OF BULL HAMPTON. By Anthonv Trollop*, complete. Price. ...|1 CARL1N0. By the author of Dr. Antonio. Price ? Sic ROCGEGOBOB. aad Other Stories. Price 40c MlfcS VAN HORTLAND. A Novel. By the tu thor of My Daughter Elinor. Price ft BENEATH TH E WHEELS By the author of VIIve thITtbia'l' OK DANIEL Mc?rAmtAND""0on? taining the fall testimony of all the witai ?**s. and Mr* M< Farland * Statement. Price 40e BAFFLED; oa MICHAEL BRAND'S WBONG. Price ...?. _..14c NEW EDITION OF CONSCELO. By Geo. Sand. Price 91 40 LOTH AIR By Disraeli. Price ?1 APPLETuN'S RAILWAY GUIDE FOB JUNE. All the new Boohs published received Immediately afterward* and for sale at BHILLINGTON'B BOOE8TOBB, b? SmiS i D' ATI T B (lOODS, SIMILAR TO HABD BUBBEB. Having the appearance, durability, and other ad vantage* of the latter material, but superior to it on aceoant of the price, beiag re markable for its caiama**. Beautiful FBAMES, for Imperial Photo*..... 91.94 Neat aad tast. tul FBAMES. with Mirror* . 1 40 Very handsome FBAM EgJor Carte* de Visile 40 Very pretty FBAMBS, " " " 40 Viaiting Card TRA VS - 40 FANCY CHECK BBS, won't wear ont.aer *et SI 7$c 10c PEN TBATH, very useful for an office d'esk..." 1 .94 1PKSTABD TBATS. with handsome glass Inkstand*.? #0, #4, <3,and 91.94 These good* have b'-en pat to severe test* in their manufacture, and their adaptability as arti'Us of practical utility is fullv established. They are no vel. handsome, easily cleaned, never wear ont, and ara not eaaily broken. Tho undersigned have the sole sgt-ticy for tb-m. aatd are prepared to fnrniah i w holoaale and retail. WHOLESALE AND BBTAIL UOOKShLLKKS AND STATIONKK3. ? 11 PENNSYLVANIA AVESUS. ?yfl Bet?sen 9th aad Mth I^ISBAELI S IE* BOOK, PRICE?CLOTH, ?9; PAPEB, 91. F0K SALS BY * I9HTI, ?yM-tr Corner 11th street aad Penn. bts. CJA-e IT AIB J. W. DRANB, CAMPKItTKH AND BUILUMR, Is nr?f r*4 to undertake and talsh to allw tV^la hu Un*. Paiicnlar atteot... JOBBING and BBPAIBS, which will __ promptly ami on reasonable term*. Shop. ?H G mntfi naiOmco, 914 B at. II. W. ?y7 ly AUCTION SALES. BY WM L WALL A CO., Aacttunsers. Now Marble Bnildiug. ttoreala.906 and 904,south cor.Pa. ar. aad Vtbat. GBOC1BIES, *MALL~dSTOBE3 AND FUBNI ti ki; \T \nc i iox. A On THUBt*DAY M"RNIN<J. June 11, H7fl, \jlcommenciug at 10 o'clock, we will sell. within M'ur salesroom, * \ ari?ty of Groceries, Furui ! I V lture. Ac.: i 1 Gr<* ries, Small Sl'ifW, Ac cottage s?tt? F*tl-r snitee Cb ,irs, Tabl?s. Mattresses, Wardivbes, Safes *4. s t mm) 4 4 White an<l < heck Matting With a quantity ??f other articles. N<> postponement on eccoui t of the weath?r. jel WM. L. WALL A CO.. Anets. BT COOPER A LATIMER, Auctioneers, i Successors to J. C. McGuire A Oo.,) Southwest coruer of Pena. avenue and 11th street. WAIM T AND MAHOGANY CHAMBER AND D1N1NQ F1 RNITCRE AT AUCTION. A On WKDSImDAT MORNING. Jun l.at B4 K? o'clock. at dw<-Uinr northeast coruer of l[M|4th street west and I> street north, we will sell I V |?n a?* rtneat of Dining Room ami Chamber ? Forniture, Ac : B'nwli and Three ply Carpets, Oilcloth W alnut Marble-top Chamber Suite and Wan!robe Walnnt Haircloth Sofa and Chairs. Lounges Bivht Walnnt and other W ardrobe* Hair and Husk Mattrcsaas Feather Bolsters and Pillows. Toilet Set* Cottaire Suites, Walnnt What-not Wa'imt Marble-top Cen<er Tables Walnnt Extension Dining Table Cane and Wood seat Chain Coal and Wood btovee Together with an assortment of H>q?eh>H Eurni tare. my3D 3t OOOPBR * LATIMEB. Ancts. WTHt ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED I N til TO HOBRnW (Thursday t MORNING, Jane 2. at the sstue boar. It COOPEB A LATIMEB. Ancts. B T GBEEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Southeast corner Seventh and D ma TWO STOBY FBAME- HOU?* AND LOT FRONT1NO ON MABYLAND AVENUE, BE TWEEN 1 3th AND 14th STREETS EAST, AT AUCTION. MOn W PDNB8DAY, the 8th day of June. A. D. 1870. at 6 o'clock p. m., we shall sell, on the premises, part Lot ho. 13, in square 1.0H; lot lieing W feet front by 148 feet deep, with a food two ?tory five room Frame House. Terms: One-third cash; balance in 0, 11. and 18 manths, for notes bearing interest and secured by a deed of trust on the premises. AII conveyancing and revenue stamps at the cost of the purchaser. #?0 down on the day ot sale. jel d OBEEN A WILLIAMS, Ancts. Y OOOPBR A LATIMER. Auctioneers, (Successors to James 0. McGuire A Co.,) Southwest corner Pena. avenue and Uth street. AN EXTENSIVE ANlTwELL MADE A8SOBT MENT OF LADIES UNDER GARMENTS. IN FANTS' WEAB. AND FANCY QOODS GEN EBALLY. AT AUCTION. ~ On TUESDAY MOBNIKG text, June7th, At 10o'clock, at the store, 43** 9th street, be tween D and E, we will sell, without reserve, 'an extensive and well made assortment of Ladies'Undergarments, lot Infants' Wear Quantity Dollar Jewelry Brushes. Combs, and Faacy Goods generally Two Glass Show Oases, Side Show Case Glass Doors and Drawers. Sale Positive. Terms cash. P. S ?<roods sold at private sale at less thtn cost until day of sale. Store tor rent. Apply on the premises. jel-tt COO FEB A LATIMER. Anrts. B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, Ho. 310, southeast corner of 7th and D street*. B TRUSTEES SALH OF VALUABLE CORNER PROPERTY FRONTING 34 FEET 6 INCHES ON EIGHTH ST. EAST, AND 7i FEET ON THE PUBLIC SPACE BETWEEN SAID 8th STREET AND PENNA AVENUE 9 By virtue of a deed of trust. bearing date Jnly 18th, 1*8. and recorded in Liber T and R. No. U. folio 142. Ac., of the land records of the Dis trict of Columbia, and by request, in writing, of George F. Gnlii k, Treasurer of tie- Eastern Build ing Association, we shall expoe" to sal", in front of the premises, on FBIDAY, the 17th day of June. A. D. 1370, at 6 o'clock p. m., the northern fret ij inches front on 8th street east, by the depth ot 72 feet, of Lot No. 8, in Square No. 923. Term.-of sale: One-half cash; balance in six and twelve months, satisfactorily secimsl. If terms of sab> are not complied with in 11* e days. Trustees re serve the right to res*-II. at cost of ?l-fanlting pur chaser, on ti\ ?? days' notice in the Kvenin' Star. ? MP down when the property in knocked off. F W. JONES. I _ T BDW D CLARK.( *?"taol. jel-wjn.f.Ads GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucts. BY OBEEN * WILLIAMS, Auctioneers and R.-al Estate Brokers No. 319 Southeast corner of Seventh and D streets. TRUSTEES' HALE OP VALUABLE REAL ES. TATE K RONT1N<? ON THE PUBLIC NPli'K AND TENN AVENUE, BETWEEN -th AND 9ih STREETS EAST, IN SQUARE 9-2i. flAi B,-vrt-,?-of ? of trust, bearingdate Octo ^wber6th. !??>. and recordedlin Liber R. M. 11 *^-No. M.folio 1?2Ac.,of the land reeonls of the District of Columbia, and by- rejuest in writing of ? ? -9uI,ck? Treasurer of the Entern Ituiluing As?< elation. we shall expose to sale, in front of the premises on tBIDAY. the I7th day af Jane. 1870. at 1? P m. ? part of Lot No. 9, in square No. U25 ItegiumuK 42 feet 10 inches east at the northwest cor ner orsaia lot. thence running s<.uth 75 feet, thence east 3 feet, tbence sonth .'a feot to put.lie alley, thence east on alley 21 feet 3 inches, thence due north to the lineof Pennsylvania avenne .thence along said aveaue to the northern line of said square and thence west to the point of bf-ginn^iia The -auie fronting i i inches on the Public Space beta >-en mn and 9th stt<-et> east, and about 4 feet on Pennsylvania ave nue, making the entire front about 25 feet Terms ot sale: One-half cash, balance in six and twelve months, satisfactorily secured. ?U3 of the pnrrhase money will be required to be paid wh*n the aroperty is knocked off. If terms are not c .rn pln^l with in Aye days Trustees reserve the right to resell at the risk and cost of defaulting purchaser on five days' notice in the Evening Star. F. W. JONES. I_ , . ^ T. EDW. CLABK.f jul eo*ds GREEN A WILLIAMS. Ancts. BY COOPER A LATIMER, Auctioneers, (Successors to J. C. McGulre A Co.,) Southwest corner Penn. avenne and 11th street. TBUSTEES'SALE OF A VALUABLE TRACTOF LAND IN THE COUNTY OF WA8HINOTON D1STBK T Ol COLU M BI A. AT UNION TO W ^r 8AIDVoUNT Y. IM PROVED BY A L A Rti E HOUSE AND OTHER IMPROVE M Eri To. ?.. kTirt?? ?l * iocree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. pa?*<-d In eqnity cause I ? w1"1, ?>ckCt W. Miller et al vs. John W V an Hook etal . the aadersigned. trustees, wfll sell, at public auction, to the highest bidder, oa the *J4th bat or Jixi, 1?70. at S o'clock p m .on the premises, all the right, title, interest, claim and estate of the parties to this cause in and to all that certain piece or parcel and tract of land lying and being in said county, at Uniontown, begiuingfor the satd piece, parcel, or tract of laud, at the south east corner formed by the intersection of Pierce street and Jeff rson street, as laid down upon the re vised plat of said Uniontown: running thence along the south side of Jefferson street south 75>? decrees sast ftS4 feet, to 8. HuF. western line; thenc., at right angles, - .uth 14% degrees, west 8C feet. more or b-ss, to the division line between said Uniontowa property and the property of George W. Talhsrt; thence, running vdth said line north 47X degrees w'""VJSl.I'r,w,nRu* * degree for variatioo of c <m pass) W feet; 'hence stiuth75H degrees, east Kit f.-et. to the center of said Pierce street; thenca north 14>4 degm-s, east 250 feet, to a point in aline with the southern line of lot ri on said Uniontown plat tbence sauth 75H degrees, ??st 30 feet, to the east side of said Pierce street, and tlience north 14S de grees, east 19? feet, to the point of beginuing; con tamitg 9\ acres of land, more or less, together with npnraiMicM. ?bTerms of sale: One-third yarchase monry cash balance of the purchaaemoney to be paid in equal payments, at respectively three, six, nine and twelve mouth* from day of sale, with interest, the deferred payments to be secured by boad or bonds, note or notes of the purchaser or purchasers, to the satisfac tion of the trustees, or the purchase money can all be paid cash on the day of sale or on ratiflcation of sale by the Court No dead given until the whole of the nurchaae money shall have been paid. A deposit of fa*) will be reonirsd when the property is sold. All c nveyance and stamps at cost of the purchaser or purchasers. W. O. KENDALL,/ T . W . J. MILLEB, ( Trustees, _jo 1 eo3wAds COOPER ft LATIMEB. Ancts. If AIBVlEW SPR1NOS FOB SALE-The above valoablesite lor a Watering Place (situated in Washington C.unty, Md.,1 will be offered at trns Hagerstowa, Maryland, on TUESDAY, 14th Juua, 1870. A rare chance to en^rprising capi ????*?: je 1 lOt UARTERMASTEB'S OFFICR, Vk,,, ^ Bichiio!?d, VA.,May jrth.lS70. Will be sold at pnblic a act ion. commencing at M) oclocka. m. of FRIDAY, June 1Mb. 1870. at Camp Grant. Richmond, Va., the following buildings lately occupied by the troops at that poet. vl? : 8 Barracks, 2 stories. 86 feet by 34 feet each, with foocM and oot-bnildiof 18 Officers Qaarters. one story each, with oat build ings and fence*. 6 Officer* Quarter* oo* stery each, with out build ing* and fences. 1 Chapel, one story, 88 feet by 40 feet. ,U?MrtId'tngs *UrT' ** leetb' * with o?t 1 Guard house! ons ?tory. <2 feet by 25 feet, with oat buildings. 1 Stable, one stoty, 223 faet by 91 feet, with out buildings. 4 Shops, one story each, with oat-balldhigs. 4 Laundress' Quarters, Am story, each U feat by 32 feet, with out buildings and fences. 1 Bake Hoose, one-story.<0feet by 18feet. Also, about one hundred and fifty < 150) cords Wood Terms: Cash in United States currency, ou the dav of sale. an<l a deposit of tea per cent, oa the amount bid will be rsunired from each purchaser. Ten < 10) (lavs will be allowed to rawre the property. By order of the Qaartemaster General U.S. Army H* ALT! D WITHOUT PB1CII DR. J. BRADFIELD S EIAlt BKGCLATOB, WOMAN'S BK8T FKIEXV. / It will restore the secretions: relieve all pain at the pwnlbly "period , core Bheum itlsm and Neuralgia qf Back and Uteras. L' ii. orrh?ea or "Whites," and partial ProUpso* Uteri; check excessive flow, and c rr. ' t all irrecalaritia* peculiar to ladies It will reMove all Irrltatfoa of Ridaeys and Blad der. relieve Costlvenees. purify the Blood; give tone and strength to the whole system: clear the Skin, imparting a rosy hus to the cheek, aad cheerfulness to tbe miod. It is a*?are a care la all the above dit qu nine is in chills aad fever. Ladxti ram ctrrt tk*tn**lrts of all tb* above d wtiMomi rtrtm'tmf their complaiut* to any persoa, which U always mortify lag to their md* and atsd ?7, is recommenAsd by the best physiciaus aad the C*F rull particulars, history of diseases, and cer tiflcate of its wonderful cares, the reader is referred to the wrapper around the bottla. Price B1JT For sale b* J. B MA JOB, S.C.FOBD, G M. HOWARD, and W. B. ENTWlsTLE, WM. H. BROWN A BBO., my ? m.w.f.ly Wholesale Agent*, Baiamors. AUCTION SALES. THIS imiROOI. B* COOPER A LATIMEB. Auctioneers, (tH?>rs to Jm<? C. HrGiin A Co.,) Boatbvest ooraer Peons arena* and nth street. PEREMPTORY SALI AT AUCTIOB OF TBRKB I'ESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS OS 1*th ST. WBST. BETWEEN K AND L ST8 NORTH. AND EIGHTH, BETWEEN L AND M, ALSO, SEVEN in THE REAR, FBONTINtj A 30 FOOT ALLEY. ^m On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. May 24. at S ^?o'clock, In front of th* premises, we will ten ? Lots 80.51 and 82. of sub. of original lot W, ia square No. 107. escli having a front of 17 feet 114 inches on the went aide of 11th street went, between K and L streets north and runini back to a ID-foot MM*. Affto. immediately after, we will sell eight Lot* on iMh street, between L and M. fronting H feet 3 inches, with a depth of 80 t -et H inch to a 10-foot al 1-T? Also, seven Lots fronting in the rear on a 30 foot alley, with same front and depth to a 10-foot alley. Terms: One-half caah; balance in < and 12 menths, with Interest, secured by deed of trest upon the pnmiaes. All convevances and revenue stamps at coat of purchaser. #25 deposit on eath lot at time of ule. mis dAd* COOPER A LATIMEB, Aucto. VTHE ABOVE SALE IB POSTPONED UN til FB1DAY AFTERNOON. May 27th, at AS o'clock, on the premises. myUSt COOPER A LATIMER, Aucts. WTHE ABOVE SALE 18 FURTHER POST PONED un'll WEDNESDAY AFTEKMOOB, June 1st. ??me hour and place. m3H dAds COOPER A LATIMER. Ancta. UT QREEN A WILLIAMS, U Auctioneers and Real Estate Brokers. Southeast corner ef 7th and D streets. TRUSTEE'S SAI.B Of"vALUABLE IMPROVED RBAL ESTATK FRONTlh O ON 1st STREET EAST, BETWEEN I AND K STREETS SOUTH, AT AUCTION. On MONDAY, the *>th dar of Mar, A. D. TO, at ? o'clock p. m , I shall sell on the prem ises, by virtue of a deed of trast dates the 31st day of December, A. B. W?, and duly recorded ia Liber T. and R.. No. 3, folu 29, etc. one of the land records for Washington county, ia the District of Colnmbia. all that piece or parcel of ground lying and being in said city of Wellington, and known on the ground plat thereof as the north half of lot num bered sixteen (IS; in sfjnare a umbered six hundred and ninety-six (696) with tbe improvements, consist ing of two two-story frame hou?*? and oat-buildinga. Terms.' One third caeh; balance in (and 12 moatns for notes bearing interest and secured by a deed of trust on the premises. All conveyancing and rev enue stamps at the cost of the purchaser or Bur chasers. 0 MO down on the day of sale. And ir the terms of sale are not complied with within five days after the day of sale the trrstee reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and coat of the default ing purchaser or purchasers, by advertising the sale three times in some newspaper published in Wash ington D. C. JOHN M. HANSON. Trustee. ni> 19 eodAda QREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. NT THE ABOVE SALE 18 POSTPONED UN til FRIDAY, the 3d day of June, A. D. kCO, Mine hour and place By order of the Trustee. my.H-d GREEN A WILLIAMS. Ancts. COOPER A LATIB1ER, Auctioneers (Successors to J. C. McUuire A Co.). Southwest corner of Penua. avenue ana Uth at. TRUSTER'S SALE OfTaLUALE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON THE SOUTH SIDE OF F SI REET, BETWEEN 4* AND 6tu STREETS, ISLAND. By virtus of a deed of trust dated the 3d day of |May. 1889, an* duly recorded in Liber T.AR. No. 110 .folio 334.one of the i?nd records for Washing ton county, in the District of Columbia, 1 shall sell, on THURSDAY AFTERNOON, June the 9th. at 6 o'clock, in front ol the premises, the western S lot No. 19. In square 496, having a front of 24 feet8S iu chea. and running back 122feet 5 inches, more or less. toa.39 foot alley, improved by a three-story brick dwelling, with all the modern improvements, con taining about nine rooms, situated on the south side of F street, between 4>? and 6th streets. Island. Terms of sale: One third cash, the residue? and 12 months, secured by a deed sf trust, with notes bear ing interest. Conveyancing and stamps at purcha ser'scost. #100 down at time of sale. WILLIAM BRYAN .Trustee, m 16-eoAd* COOPER A LATIMER, Aucts. BT B* GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers and Real Estate Brokers, No. 319. southeast corner of 7th aud D stg, 9 By virtue of a deed of trust from Armistead Read and wife, dated the 9th November, ISM, recorded in Liber R. M. H.. No. 24.foils toft, in the land office of Washington county, D. C., and by the direction of the party secured thereby, we will "*!1 at tuMlc auction, on the premises, on ?RI DAY, the 3d Juas. J?0. ** 6 o'clock p. m . Lots Nos. 7 and 8, in W W. CorcoiJ" 8 subdivision of Lots Nos. 2 and 3. in Square No. 337. _. , i . Terms of sale: One-half ca*h, (550 of ?. rsfst be paid at the time aud place of sale,) and i resi due in six and twelve moaths.for which the pur chase's notes, bearing interest, and secured by a deed of trust on tho premises sold, will b? taken: the trustees reserving the right, on the purchaser's failing to comply with the terms of sale within five days from said sale, to resell tho property at his cost and risk, after five day's notice. All stamps and conveyancing at purchaser's coat. CHARLES BRADLEY,/X_,,PM W M R. WOODWARD.5 Trn*"ees* myl2-eoAds GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucts. BY COOPER A LATIMER, Auctioneers, (Successors to J. C. McGuIre A Co.,) Southwest corner Penn. avenue and Uth street. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT ON tOUARE SOUTH OK 474,6th STREET WEST ? fcX> ltUoDI IOLAIID AVlTkll'lB. By virtue of a d-ed of trust from Robert C. Fox, Trustee for Sophia L. Sherer, to me, JLilm. lilted December 15th. IV), and recorded among the land records of Washington <'ounty, in Liber T and R, No. 3. folio 444. Ac., and bv dir'.tion of the party secured thereby, 1 will sell, to the highest bidder, on the premises, en THURSDAY, the 9th day of June, 1KT0. at 6 o'clock p. m.. Lot No. M, in C N . Thorn's subdivision of Square south of Square No. 479, In the City of Washington, District of Columbia, with the improvements Ac., being a two story Frame Dwelling. Terms of sale: One-third cash, (of which 3100 must be paid at the time and place ot sale:) and the retddne in equal payments in twelve ana eighteen months, for which the purchase's notes will be taken, bearing interest, and secured by a deed of trnst on the premises sold; the Trustee reserving the right to resell the properly for cash, on ten days' public notice, at the purchaser's cost and risk, should be fail to comply with the terms of sale within five days from the date thereof. All stamps and conveyances at the purchaser's cost A. HYDE. Trustee. COOPER A LATIMER, my 9 1 aw Ads (Repub.l Auctioneers. fj'LAGS: FLAGS!! FLAGS!! and CHINESE LAN TERNS. Just received a Tull stock of those articles above mentioned, and will be sold at the lowest caah price. Call at CURS. RUPPERT, Fancy Bazar, m23 8t No. 403 7th street north. m THE MOST COMPLETE STOCK BOOTS, SHOES, AV? OA ITEMS, CAN BE FOUND AT iBUBGO ?BOS', 906 SEVENTH STBBET, (OLD NO. 373.) BE TW BEN I AND JL STS. LOOK AT THESE PKJCES: Ladies' line Col'd and B* >nie Button Shoes...? 3.40 M IgBCB1 44 ,k II g Children's ?' " " Z 8 00 " no heels Ool'd A " Laced'? 11 _ 1.00 Ladies' Home-made Button Oalters 3 .00 " Ex. fine Home made Rutton Gaiters.- 3.A0 M Foxed " " " _ 3.9ft ****** Laced " , ?TI M M M M M U g 3.40 '* Home-Hade Laced Gaiters. 9.4* to 3.Bo " good Gaiters.??1, 1.94. 1.40.1 74, 9.00 Misses' " " 1.94 to 9 00 " Shoes 1.94 to 9.94 (the best School Shoes in the city.) Children 'a Foxsd Button Galtera. B.OO " Shoes, froas ..._.40c. to 9.40 Ladies' Lasting- Cloth, and Kid Slippers .._60c. " Heel Eld Slippers,from 1.00 to B.OO " Baski? 1.00 Ml 1.94 QEMTLEMEN'B LIST. Fine Hone-made Sewed Boots. B6.00 " French Calf Home-made Stitched Bootn. f.OO M U M U M 4. ^eX toe" _ s 00 " Calf Pegged M " M Boota. t io " " Sewed Boeta.? 440 aad 4.00 M " Pawed Boota S.40 and 4.00 Over-Gaiter A Shoe combined, ssmsthiwg new.640 Fine Seal Skin Patters ? 6.40 M Calf " _.4.O0 to 6.00 Lasting Shoes aad Gaiters. 1.74 to 9.40 Congress Gaiters ae low aa_ ??.1.74 Shoee from ? 1.40 up. Boys' Shoes and Gaiters, for drees or school. ?/-Gentlemen's BOOTS aad 0AITBBS measured to order at 40c. advance on the above prices. All others kinds of BOOTS, SHOBS, aad QAITIBS at equally low prices, too cnmeroua to mention. Ben ember, everything aeid at rsgnlar wholesale All lit want of BOOTB. SHOES, aad GAITEBS should give theqaa call and examine their stock and prices, and theylrill see a saving of M par cant. Doa*t forget name and Bo. psf-:m OOO SEVENTH ST., BIT. I AMD K. PROPOSALS FOR SUBSISTENCE SUPPLIES. Font Footk. Ml)., May Mth. WTO. Sealed Propoeala, in triplicate, with a copy of this m - ? - ? ? ? ? s-? ? ? ? approval of the C at oTthe East, viz; S barrels Pork 1? barrels Floor,(standard extra) bO ponnda Corn Meal Mi ponada Bxena MPpannda Rice.(Parollna> 670 pounds Coffee,(fUo green) 8D pounds Ooflse, (Java green) ponnda Sugar,(brown) Vinegar Candles, (adamantine) Soap 9) pounds Salt 11 bottles Romford Yeast Powders MM pounds Tobacco, (navy piog) Sample* of Flour, Corn Meal, Besna. Rice, Co (fees, Bngar^Vineyr,^ Candles, Soap, Salt and fobacco 3je Governmentrsaerves the right to reject any all bttfl. CondiUons win be fdraiabed wpon anpU :stion. Propoaalsto be indorsed "Froposals lor bnbsls tence Supplies," and addressed to Lieut BOBEBT CBIIG. fourth Ulantai.w?d A C. S., iu. AUCTION SALES. TO-MORROW. DT COOPER A LATIMEK. Auctioneers, JL> | buri'??un to J. C. McGture A Co.,) botlkwMl comer Penney tvaaia n?. tod 11th km*. TXriTII'B 8AI.E~OF KKAL 1ST ATI Fu?*r and virtue of a deed of trast. d?tM MS July l?t. 1-C and recorded in Liber EC. I. So. ?*ll,fcHofOI miuoI th> land record* for WMh lngton county. D. C. 1 will effc-r for sale, on THCRS 1>A ? . J ant- id. 1-CU.att o'clock p ai..on '.a* pnmi M?, all the right and interest ?<f !?ttt>e?n Head tn to thai c naiu pi?-c? or parcel of ground known and described as lot> One. (1.) Thirty thiee.iSS.) aad Thirty-four, fS4.? on Sgtsars N' P.>?r Hundred and Sixty eight, i 4*1. > with the inipr v-mi-nts thereon, situated at the corner of 6th and H street* south west. in the city (4 Washingtm. D C. Term# Six hon.lred dollar* rash. balance, tlx and twelve Booth*, secnred by deed of trust. Fifty dol lar* to be paid down wh?-u the property i* sold. Goe veyanci&g and stamps at purchaser's cut ^ ()*'? BGK COWIE. Tnntf*. ayl OO'iPERA LATIMEB. Au. t re. V J. B. CANNON * U>.. Baltimore. Md. labgf. AND Vc ArnV? Vxi'f 1^1 ?rf >folio win* MtklMi via: Horse*. Mnlee. Alderney Cattle One Superior Bull, of the celebrated Comet stock; alse. Alderney Heifers and Calves Carriages, Bnggiee. Wagons and Carta SDor S> Sets of various kinds sf Harness A large collection of FarmingImplement* of the mo*t approved ntyles. including Hay Tedder*. Wheel Bakes, Hay Pre**, and aboat JU new and second hand Roweis and Reapers, of the best manufacture One 4 or (-ten Fairbanks' Hay and Coal Scale, In perfect order A large collection of Carpenter*'. Wheelwrights. Machinists, Coopers' aad Blaskmths Tools, of good quality A large lot of malt Farming and Gardening Tools Blacksmith* Portage and stationary Forges Platform. Counter and Beam Scales Log and Ox Chains. Bopes, Blocks and Tackle Large lot of various kinds of Fertilisers Aboat 1AM loads of barn - yard Man a re Aboat JO Be* Hives, made in the beat manner, all stocked. _ Also, One superior Piano Forte A large assortment of superior Parlor and Cham ber Furniture Brussels and Three-ply Carpets Kitchen Requisites, Ac.. Ac. Tstms of sale: All rams under SB. cash; above that amount, a credit of thirty, sixty and ninety days, with notes satisfactorily indorsed. Horn.?The cars stop at Penn's Crossing, which is on the place, thereby making it very convenient to parti?s wishing to attend the sale. The sale will be coutinned from day to day until the whole is dis posed of. my It tf COOPER A LATIMEB. A#cts. u HIT KB STATES MARSHAL H SALE. In virtue of three writs of fed facias and one writ of venditioni exponas. Issued from the Clerk's Oflos of the Supreme Court af the District of Columbia, and to me directed. I will sell at public sal*, far "??%, in front of tbeOoort House door of said Dis trict. on MOHDAT, the 11th day of April. 1870. at 13 o'clock sr.. all defendant's right, title, claim and interest in aad to part of Lot He. 7, in Square Ho. S33, in the City of Washington, D. 0., beginning tt the northeast corner of said square and rtuning thence south 44 feet, thence west to the west end or the lot, thence in a northerly direction with the west line thereof to the north line of said let, thenoe with said north Una to the plaoe of beginning, together with all and singular the improvements thereon, seized and levied neon as the property of Brook Mackall, jr., and will be sold to satisfy exe cutions Hos. 3,477, 3.47d, 4,117, and 3,708, in favor of Matthew O. Emery, Geo. H. Plant, A. A T. W. Richard, and Owen A Wilson. ALEK. SHABP, mhXStd U. S. Marshal, D. 0. VTIIE ABOVE BALE IS POSTPONED UH til MONDAY, the 16th day of May, 1870, at the same hour and place, by consent of all parties, ap 11 ALEX. BHABP. U. 8. Marshal. D. O. R#"THE ABOVE SALE IS FURTHER POST poued until MONI'A V, th<- 6th of J une. In7u. at same hour and pl<t< e. by consent ef all partie*. my 16 ALEX. SHARP. U. S. Marshal. D. C. AfcUlNGTON ARSENAL. WashikuToii. D. C., Mar 1570, w SALE OK GOVERNMENT PROPERTY. Will sold at public auction, at Washington Arsen al, on MONDAY, the 27th of June, 137P, at 10 o'clock a. m., a lot of condemned Ordn?nce and Ordnance otu.-^, consisting in part of of th?- following: Worn out Tools. tou..!pu R??*, Leather Hose, old Blan kets Ac., Ac.. Ac. Term* Cash. In C. 8. currency. Stores to be removed within 5 days from date of purchase. _ J NO R. KDIE. myzT-tt BrCTtt Maj. Ord. U. 8. A., Com d'g. LOAN OFFICES. PRINCE. THE PAWN BROKER, lOOS Pem svlvania avenue. All requiring money call and they will be satisfied with th?ir transactions. SPECIAL NOTICE.?Merchandise, Furniture, i Piano*, Ac., taken on storage at PRINCE'S, 100b Pennsylvania avenue. Cash advances made on the same when regiflred. Handsome dresses, shawls, under I tfcWLltfjai WlAC and "Depot ft >VA?e ?ul ot all unredeemed good*. 100b Pa. ave. my JO ly WFECIAL NOTICE. NATIONAL LOAN OFFICE, 314 NINTH STREET, 0 # Four doors north of Pennsylvania avenue. BOBERT FULTON A CO. loan money on all kinds of collaterals at the lwwest market rates. The only Christian Loan Office in the District, fet-flm CHARLES HERZBERO-8 LOAN OFFICR, ( E?TABLi??8D ISAil.) SSI 0 STREET NORTH. Between 4X and 6th streets, (.mnndiately In rear ot National Hotel.) Money loaaed tn all sums on Watches, Diaasoads ewelry. Silverware. Wearing Apparel, Fur ? Itare aad Merchandise of every dascripOoa. The most liberal terms guaranteed. For fair_ _ dfdling and just treatment refer to an/ resident af this city not connected with any similar establish sent in the city. Hew number, 4T9. jal3-ta NATIOHAL LOAB OFFICE, Allk tU M aear Pennsylvania avenue. BOBEBT FCL LEB A CO. advance money on Bonds. Bi-cks, and Real Estate, Diamond!, Watches, Dry Goods, Fur niture, Pianos, aad all kinds of Personal Property H. B.?1The higbsst cask price paid for the same Open every day axoept Baadars trees ? a. m. to a*-ly INSURANCE. or OOHT1HUOCS EXPERIENCE IH THE BD81 HESS. IH THIS CITT. If you dutn prompt peyaisM of tessss, lew ?U As but Companies, to to HANSOI Ac BLiCKFOEB, ? 19 8EVEHTH STREET, Orrosm Post OrricB. And ask thorn for a policy in tk* OU" Minn" or U? " I+tmklm," of Pkrladtlpkta, or tko " Wanferd," m (As "AorlA British aad MorcnmtiU," or (As "ftt nam" or th* "Sprtngfiold," or tAs " Fo'.omac," ft tfsergsieisa. ap? ?* PRUDENT MAH FOBESEETR THE A EVIL." In prosperity prtpartfor adesrsiiy. Innrt your propony with A.U. PRATT dk ROM, to (As FHOU*IX, Of Hartford. UK EM UN'8, of flow Twrh aad (Asu guard against FIKh! lnrurt your Lift tn th* EXCELSIOR, of Msv York, and thus proridt for th* comfort of thott yea lot* whm yea art taken from (Amu. A. B. PRATT * 80H, Agents, a?Mf No. 3 Y.M.C.A. Buudtng. TO COMTEACTOKS ARP BUILDERS, QriiTt*)jA?m'i Orricx, ? Ricimord. Va., Mav Bd, HTQ.\ Proposal*, ia triplicate, will ke received by the Post Quartermaster at Fort Foote, Md . until ? o clock ?. b. of SATURDAY, the Mth day of Jane, l^fti, for tke erection of a Guard House at Fort Foote. Md.. according to plans aad specification* on St- in the office of the Poet Oaarteraaster at Fort Foote, Md. Biae: 18feet kr Mfeet; <mestery,? feet clear; U feet from fl or to ridge. Building to he framed, weath- rbuarded and battened outsi le, lined with match'-d boards, and walls of oella ftllad ia with heavy lumber. Proposals must be guaranteed by twe responsible persons not kiddtrt. JSt." FAMILY SUPPLIES, KTO. Apia W? Briac Bm tfci Wigk Trim* C. 0. Oa RTU1T B.W., Bit ? *i LOOK I LOOK II Tory txwt OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COYYBB ? will ??r innkd _ OLD government JAVA, BOASTED. Bi cents. ? mi ? ? ? i Ni<* BkOWR ITOAK at W ?old at U *Lu 12 elwwk*r?. WELCH'S BUT FAMILY FLOCK. RAT 8 "ARLINGTON KILLS." All *rad?eof rioir and at TBM'E!* DEFYING competitiob TWIN BBO * YBA8T CAKBB (V?>dTiw Taatlile* w bmy iMt Soar at 1 ? geitg to *4tiom. i THOMAS' BFGAB CURED HABB (the bast) cents per lb. EXCELLENT HAMHonly 18 mti wr Ik. CHOICE SCO AN CC BCD SHOULDERS BEEF TOBU UE8 i very sholce. I TOM ATOBB. I lb I 10MATOBS.3lb.caN_. CANNED PEAS THE BEST PEACHES (White InUI t lb B ICE1 BKAB DTPBACKKiB. (|?m OUtm, fiuBlw Omw r?it Pole, 0L1VB OIL < Vtrrin m4 c ,, .. CBOSSE A BLACK WBLL4I PICE LBS XM1L MATHIEU B BON'S PICELBS. THE FINEST OLD KTB WHISKY. . ?. S. S'HABI dk BOI, OBOCKBI, ISIS BEYKNTH 8TKBBT B. W. apr tr pLsrs 1 ? LAKOB ASBOBTMENT, IB LOTS TO SUIT FOR BALM LOW. W. ?. GALT A CO., Indians ?tmw and 'at auesi, IfK Mar Baitimore and Ohio B. B. Depot ONDON BIBCOTts, London bisccits. Another impertatlon ;ust < consisting Daaaart Bests, Eugenie, Macearoon, Gask>t?. _ BuMl P ?* L V beaten, Lanon Bats, and Petri Bdanbnrffa Albert Bucclt. N. W. VUBOHELL, jaM Under Ebbltt Hoaaa, aor 14th end F sta STEAMBOAT LINKS. SHORTEST AND QUICKEST LINB SOUTH, rta tht RtcMmnvi. t\*4nukiburt MWmm a?ii Potomar. Lint ? Steamers 8eventh-?tr*et Wharf twice, daily.^^Mi^^Hi (ciihday. p m , excepted,) at 7:14 a. m and 7 IS b m. Oflicefill Pennsylvania avenue. mylf-tf Washington, nobyolk and boston " steamboat line. CHANGE OF TIME ON AND AFTEK MON DAY. THE s?3d INSTANT, i T?\b?w ^ "oYMt buMtw "LADY OF THE Kwf'1 Oarain Denty, leaves jr*ak ?'W,,*ton.for Norfolk every flTM f DAY and H EDKESDAY. at J ? n ai*1^ 5?'. fl Principal landinrs: return IrfiVrn Jna ?orfclk ?'???? ?'"I TUBSDAY and THURSDAY, connecting at Norfolk with the Bich nwnd and Boston Steamers and Seabeard aud R?a 2'-* Railroad. Through tickets, and bill* of la I (11 Dg, ItPUfd. For freight er passage apply at wharves foot of Put/ mac street.Oeoijretown. and foot of 7th street, * askingtoa;on boardtoCHAS.SPE AR. Superinten dent, or to 8. P BROWN A SON. General Agents, corner w New Turk avenue and Uth street myl7 BBOWN, PLANT A CO., ProVrietoi*. f Chron.. Repnt . Sun.Herald and Gazette copy | Merchants- linb of steamships ? ?urn WASHINGTON AND NEW YORK. Hereafter, the Fine Steamahlpa B.C. KNIOHT, JOHN GIBSON, and VALLEY CITY, of the MERCHANTS' LINE, will make<?Z^B YoRkI . Awd uEmROETOWN. as follows : Leave NEW Tonic, frmu Pj*r WW, Bart River, every 8ATCBDA Y, at 4 ^m. Leara GEORGETOWN every FRIDAY, at .For1 farther Informatioa. apply ta B. P. A PfN H AM , Ae? nt, offlce and wharf foot of High street, Georgetown, or at the corner of 17th street and New Yi'ris avenaa. aull-tf J. T?". THOMPSON. President. NIW IXFBBIS LIMB VIA CANAL, BKTWEEN PHILADELPHIA, ALEXANDRIA VA, WASHINGTON, AND QKOBOBTOWB.D.O. Begnlar sail In* day from 14 North Philadelphia, SATURDAY, at< L ^V^ti* glnH' Ooorgatowa, WKDBKS Fmiatit received at aay ttoa. Apply to HYDK A TYLER, #3 Water atraat. ?aoraetown, D. C. M. ELDBlDOB A CO.. Alas andria,>V|WM CLYDB A OO . Id MorU W^a^raa .pOR MOUNT YBKNOB. The ateamer ARROW. Oapt leaves her wharf, foot of 7th DAILY,(except Kuodaya.)at Ma. for MOUNT VERNOH, toachtac at" Alexandria. Forts Foot* and Wsahlagti Ball, Md.. White Hoaaa and looe, Ya? the dty at t p. at. JAMBS BTEBfl. Oaal Snpt, aag tf OMce?W IHard % H PAINTING, Ac. |)OBEBT BBEXXAX, Late of the Firm of MACN1CH0L A BKENNAN, Tften thia method of inf irmln* hli friends and the anbllc, that he has opened the ahop No. ^OS D STREET between 0th and 9th atreets. where he Is prepared to execute in the very beet manner, on the moat reasonable terms, and at the abort eat notice, every description of UOCSE. SIGN and ORNA MENTAL PAINTING, GRAINING. GLAZING, GILDING. MARBLING. Ac. HaviM had many vears' experience, both in thia city and New York, In superintending work, a practical workman him self. and having a thorough knowledge of the har mony of colors, will guarantee entire aatiafaetion to all who may entrust their work to his charge. None but first -class workmen employed, and, la all the beat material used. The best of refa the beet material used. The best of references given as to capability and punctuality, la thanking his friends and the pablic, for jpst favors, ha raapsct tully solicits a con tin WALLS AND CBILIBGS CABBFULLY KAL SOM1NED, 1'LAIN OB IN COLORS. 90S D street, ow. Y.M.O. A. Building. TV. B.?No Prtas* or Whttimt Vt*d. mytf lm 627 I ESTABLISHED ISdl. \ 55 <A. AVB.\ f OLD B BSF^'l PADDLB MY OWB CANOB.'^M profit*?challenges aay fair tion. Aa an old citiaea'of B ?UihUlc, cuirinc on bufioi between Sixth ua Seventh i ha la thankfalfor paal favers. ai anceo( theaana. _ M. Bo. SSY Lm between 1Mb aad 14th streets. Is > eery beat style, at raaar pT?b*^a!ntib?? Ucular atu-ntioa paid to IBTBBlOB DBBI ons, ta regard to which La haga to saSsr I er Blaine, Senator Buckingham. Benrnsnto vea Ingeraoll and Wood, 8. P Bruwn^ Esq , and |^TOTlCB TO B El DOE BUILDERS. Oxoadarown, M. O., May ?, let. Sealed psoaoaals for bailAlag r the Want and P street bridge ovc. ..... __ ? r ? ? ?: > <?d until J nne 4t h . incl uaive. wldi saaad Eaci - neer in Charge Wast and P Street Bridge, George town, and Indorsed. T'n poaals(or Iraa BriStoa. Plans, specification.? and iom of nroaMaloaa be seen at the Mayor's oMce in Georgetown, aad all neceaaary information cm ha obtained from Ua Engineer in charaa. B. S. BOWBM. __ "?V.?eVS??* ?rB Mayor of Bsatgatowa. I^UMBBB! LUMBBBH LUMBBK! II A large aad WOMAN. cite* which will tot ef plaint* pecaliar to the erx. KU.MaoLP'* IlTtiCI Of Bvcac ?UK n to iIIidm, lad kudnH ef vainly to <ni(M> ui doctor*, who either mere* with tu? hot* ef a itrt or i?fto 1 woald not wtah u mmt! anrthlnc that wowld da tnjaetlo* to the afflictod. tall m obliged to Mr' BV be power* of Uf*. by I mm air ud food. tM Md coOm. iW freqaent childbirth. It ta tot oftener cHMd by direct irritaUoa. eppbed to Itaa mncnoni maibrtM ef the Itaalf. ? k? reviewing th? mm of tkm complain te, It ta mo? palafai to < t*cdant erita con.eq.-at apoa them. It to bat tfto ple jtuttee to th* (abject to ??"?*? a tow a* ?a maay additloaal ouaiwtah* torcely Uf., health, ud bappln? of wo?to all < eoclety, Mid which, cooaeq neatly, directly ? the welfare of the entire The ?to that estate for preeodeaa edacatioa aad married*, caaeee the year* that aatore daaUnad fee corporeal derelopeeeat to be waetod and prrertod Is the reetraiata of dreee. the early cobAmmbI4 echool, and eepeclally to the aahealthy excitemead ~T the ball room. Thaa, with the bodr half clethaB, ?Dd the mind andoly excited by ?i?aetsre. pervert ing la midaifbt rerel the hove deelgaed by aatara for alee* and reet, the werk of deatrnction ta haS accomplished. In coneeqneaoe of thta early torain apoa her era tem. unneceaaary effort ta required by the dMloato votary to rftain her aituatioa la achoal t* later day. tbaj accravating the erfl. When oaf exctto meet bent, aaotbar In praapectlTe keepe the a lad morbidly aenaltlTe to impreaaioa, while the sow ?oa etant reetralnt of (aahlonabta dreee, abeoiately for bidding the exerctae lndtapeaeekle to the attalameat and retonttw *.?????? ??* the expoenre to night air; the anddea chance of tWH ratnre; the complete proetratloa produced by exeea atredancl&g.mut, of neceaalty, produce their legit laate effect. At laet. an early marriage cape the climax of mlaery, and the uafvrtaoate ene. hitherto ao atterly regardleea of the plaia dietatee aad re in cm etrmcee ef her delicate nature, baaa? aa aa wlUinc rcbject of medical treatment Thta ie hat a tru thiol picture of the expeneaoe of thoaeaada ef onr yonnf women. boag before the ability to exerctae the faacttoaa ef the geaeratlre organ*, they require aa edooattoa at their peculiar aerroaa eyetem. oompoaed of what ta called the ttaaaa, which ta.ta rnmmun with the fa breaat aad Upa, artdently aadar the aaatrol ef ? emotloaa aad aaaociatloaa H aa early period of 1 and, aa we ehall enbaeqaently when exccaatre, lead, lone before paberlty. to I which aa* the very life of their ha* eelf-completed their derelopa&eet. For Female Weakaem and Debility, W hi tee a* Leacorrbma, Too Profoaa ?eaetrvatloa, Bi tloa. Too bead Oontiaaed Period*, for nd Beartnd Dowa.or Prolapea* Cterl, we ofler the moat perfect apeclhc known: Hxlmbold'* Qom retsc BxTtiCT or Bern. Directieaa foe aaa. diet, aad adrtoe, accompany la every period of life, from Infancy to tm aga. will tod It a remedy to aid aatara ta the discharge of Ita fn aetioaa. dtreagth ta the gtoay raacr Bcchc ta more tanagtheatod thaa aay at the piipaialln? of Bark or Iraa, lalaltoiy ato, utd more pleaaaat. Huimu'i Iiiiut Ivcn, tmrlngraodredtheeadareemeatof thai tent Phyatolaaa la the United I tac