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OM. LJeeeonand JameiT.Ja.kadn, were ye.
tertay ai to to. odea of th. pntoit manual.
Tief W.H1 ermted rf CM. (ho, Oray , of IUt
Hlohlfaa Ctvalrr. The m. riM Ore
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... .Ju .uuJmiIiU. Th ebeeOBOM
when r mi fprola, tot iom !
fonnedtm them, and aild that they were folnr'o
Join Meb,'e men, ..v..v-.,
A metuaaan4n Berne, to wm v. wiu
, fUMIIIU. . . ,........
IoM Maldratt wee eejrtarw " ..... .,
oh ot Ool. Gray". mtUt- " ' u"
i.m v..vi.An iii ...id elvll arte.! and went be-
HI TT UlUtVH w . -
yond the line for proteetloiw
. . w.- IhiiI lift H ft tr nttt.
Moiety's men)
Georgia rtfimtat, rhlPPf Legion, wna arrested.
near Brlstoe tUUM, by Msjor Wilson, of the Sec
ond Pennsylvania. snTSlry.
WomTBTOT PRltix. Th 89th Massachu
setts end litih New Hampshire regiments, which
have been' encamped In Washington for the past
two fitothi, bar behaved n a manner so decorous
M to Holt the pttAf and fain the confidence of ell
the tra? officers. Capt. Todd, or tharprovost mar
ahal'i offlee, sy thftt whilst they bar WmUn
no arrests of their nen hare ever bean reported.
For aoldlarlr appearance, digniaea demeanor, ana
martial power, they have no sopet lors, and per
hap tab" fecials, In the American army.
DntiMMXD Out. Yesterday, a numlror of
thlere and pickpockets were drummed but of th
city. Amonc uanumMrwai a nan 01 aom no
toriety la this community, whose nam le'Mc
Nauchton. H wai aaipccUd of stealing th
I money of Lieut. Graham, who wnjmlttediule.de
on th Avenue about a monin a o.
Bivt to tux Old Capitol. Geo. Btabl sect
to thle city, yesterday, th foUowinf Stat prison
en, who wer aent to th Old Capitol rrleon upon
the chart of dlsloysltyi John Barnes, Dr. Geo. .
Hamilton. Geo. IT. JMltson, games iwacxson, J no.
MIMoon, Wm. Thompson, Wateri Thompson, and
Adoph Louie, a refuge.
Baoi at tub Old Capitol Pmnos. John
Hardcastle. an lnTentor of military weapons, pro
jectile, t4, formerly employed lo the rebel ear
Tie, Who wai anot oytne guara ai me uia iapuoi
for parilstcntly throating hit pereon outalde of the
window of the room In whleh he was confined, has
died of his wound.
TWi-ma n-m ftrtr mvdi Th frtllnvrint" deaths
war reported yesterday afternoon at the office of
wapt nanxt iaxtui iu,wnii. i.utmji up
ward Barrett, list Fa ),TobnClvenstlna,Uflth Fa.;
Henry WMt,mh N T. Charles E. Adams, let
Minn , and Wm. T. Tyler, Uth N. H.
RuL EsTiTX BlUf. Sold by J. C. McGalro,
on TeeterdaT, the eaat half of Lot 8, Square !&,
with a two-story brick dwelllngt to Eugene Swee
ney, for $S,10. The west nan of Lot I, square ltn,
with three-atory brick dwelling, to Saml Dahna,
for (1,010 Also, the south half of Lot 3, Square 8,
with ltme-kllns to Wm. It. Godey, for 1,850.
Ckntbal Gdabd Iloustt. Sent to tho guard
houie for baring no paaeee, th tbllowlng soldier n
M A. Leaton, Natnaniei e. noyee, ueorge ajmn,
Chas. A Hunt. James Dwyer, A. riorris, j. ii
Dartes. J. H. Mulllson, and Joseph Uras. For
killing a Union soldier, Luke MoCabe. For drunk
enpees, Rudolf Von Han now.
Amusements.
Gnerra's TniATBa. LucUtt WetUrn in 2w
GrYii CAartrfrv This evening Is the benefit occa
sion of Miss Lucille Western, when she will appear
(n two excellent pieces Masks and Faces," and
the Loan of a Lover." in tne nrat piece mm
Weatern appears as Peg Wofflngton, aupported by
Miss Susan Deoln aa Msbel Vane, Mr. Bsrron as
Sir Charles remsnder, Mr. WlUon m Evneit Vane,
Mr Borers aa Triplet, un lo-morrow crcnukg
ftJaekSheppardwlU be performed for the last
time this season. On Monday V.ctorlne " will be
brought rortn, aner exieniue prepaiauon.
Castirbubt. The attraction at this beau
tiful temple sflll continue. M'lle. Annetta Gal
lettl well merits the cnthuslaaUa welcome which
greets her each night. Th two fascinating alaters
(('lief. Augusta ana marie nave wpn gqtupn o;hb
tops froin al wb bar bean fortunate enough to
Wltpsss their grcrul dsnclng, and Miss Agnes
SouthevlaDdUnrooounoea oy competent juageaio
be the beat female vocalist now before the public.
The entire "corps rteballti" ana "corps ariraau
aue" appear to-night, and also to-morrow after
noon at t o'clock.
Varixtixs. W, 8. Budworth's crnnd com
plimentary benefit this afternoon and night, on
frnienocpnaa, uy iriPtMiuu u itnujvi wuu,
will appear the Canterbury dramatic company,
Mr George TAtton singing a new comic song
ETtry member of the great Varieties' company
h,.v TolMOtcereJ lq amagnlfiof nt Mil of entertain
ment, singing fld dandng-the farce of "That
Rascal Tom and th Maaquerade Ball." Bud worth
la song and dance. Nellie Howard, Ada Teaman and
Helena Smith, all appearing. Wednesday arter
noon, ladles fashionable matinee.
As Elsoamt PnXaiNT. We yosterday ex
amined a magnificent saddle, bridle, holsters, and
breast oollar, at the establishment of Mr. James S.
Topham, No. is Seventh street, manufaoturea at
'the order of the First U teblgan cavalry ai a present
for the renowned equestrian, Kston stone. This
beautiful token of respect will be prevented to Mr.
Eaton Stone to-morrow evening in tne new pa
vilion, coiner of New York avenue and Fourteenth
street, when nearly the entire regiment will be
present St Is the gift of Col C II Town, Lieut
Col Stagg, Capta J.uak, Connaugh, Neih, and
omen.
(in vq Wnmmn&BT. 434 Pennsylvania ave
nue, to obtain superior Llkeneaaes at reduoed
prices Fine Card Mgnettes, formerly sold at
per dossn, now selling at 14; half doicns, same
rate. Colored Imperials reduoed from to 20j
aeiung wnoie eiio coiurcu mt udijt . cAwt
la "( kt& Carte d ViUti,n having scoured the aer
Tloea of a superior artlat for thai branch of busl
ness Likenesses of many of those fallen n battle
can be obtained her) alao card photographs of
prominent men, ooin civu ana military.
nov w
Wno Will bi Cubkd? Wodcslro to call
peetal attention to the advertisement of the cele
brated Dr Vellnj , which appears In another column
The Doctor isa safe and reliable practitioner, whose
skill ana experience is a guarantee mai me umor
tunate vlotlm of certain Indiscretions can with con
fidence Intrust bis caae In Ms hands. Let young
men be warned In time, and seek the beat means ol
relief.
Tub onlr Dlace where vou can purchase Lktla
Huseer goods of all kloda at Monufatltireri prloes, is
at H. A. HALL'S India Rubber Warehouse, lie
Pennsylvania avenue, between Nintn ana Tenth
streets, mar 9U
A Word ot Advicb. Those who have been
doctoring for weeks and months without obtaining
reuai, inaum uobiu wit isuuiait, wdqm omo la
at No. 411 street, corner of Kigali street, and be
rill)lv eurl. Twantv-llTei veara exarlnnA mi
eaUbllsbed Dr. Flshblaft's reputation as aphysl-
Clan. Kaeeat oaaes eurvu ia a iew uaya vni
Recent caaes cured in a few uaya Charges
moderate. uk. riSHBLATT.
uk. risHn.uA.rr,
ilO, Ul A WVtiIUIUII VI J0.14MUI,
Opposite the General Punt omee.
o
F F I 0 I A L,
AD UAH AM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT OF THE
UN1TFD STATLS OF AMLKICA
To AIL WHOM IT MAY (ONCIILN
Satisfactory evidence having been exhibited to
me that Christian Bona has been appointed Con
sul of the Netherlands (or the It tee of Maiaachu
aetta, Maine, New Ham pi hire, and Rhode Iiland,
to reside at Boston, llo hereby recognlie him aa
uch, and declare him free to eaerelie and enjoy
uch runcuooi, powers, and privileges ai are al
lowed to the consuls of the most favored natlona,
in the Vnlted states.
Inteitlmony wereof, I have oaUied these Lat
ter! to be made Patent, and the seal of the
United States to be hereunto anUed
(ikal Glvsn UBdarmT hand at theolly of Wash
ington, the SHth day of May, a U iiutand
of the Independence of the United States of
America the eighty-set cath
ABRAHAM LINCOLN
By thf Frtsldsnti
V W Sewamd, Acting Secretary ol State
TT B. ASSEBHOU'B OFFICE,
REMOVED TO
444 XIQIITX STREET WSSTt
Between tan. Arena and D et, nortb,
F.M PEARSON,
U. s, Alienor lor Dlatrlst of Columbia.
my l-lmrtsw (Iter k Cbroo )
1VANTS.
B
O Y VT A N T B D IN THE JOB
prfatf.r OfllM. Na. Alt Hittfik a.fl nut.
uoo-eoliool edue.tlon neeMiur qutUAeiiUoii.
At bout II rein. nr It
TXTANTEDFOUn BAKERS AND A
TV HOUIKKMrKB, Immllitlelr, tt
... . PATKNi SON'S,
mj n-m- ui nrntli ittMt. lal.nd.
TXTANTED..-FIVE COPIES OP THE
,TTlT'ATI0AI.Re01HCAlll or April , I8l,
lot whloh llber.l pile will b. pai Apilrl
thUodlM. nrU-U
rrANTHn iMnntimTi'r.v
Vy. TWFNTT CXRrENTXML-UtMrlwtel
will M p.ld to good workBMOf .Dd HOB. Athere
will be tceepted. -Applr to the GoTeranoot Cer
peater Ihop. oa KitrMti neM to. eoraer of iereo-
Iwnlh itieet.
Ueut. Col, E. H. OREXNE,
Oiler Qu.rtermiuter,
n.r r Depef taeat of Wualattoa.
LOST AKD FOUND.
T OST.-FIYE DOLLARS HEWAHD
XJ Loet on fudAjr, Mf id, between Thlrleenth
And Tentn etreete, or on one of thoie etreete, bf
tween Iuir, etnll OQLD CHAIN wttha fflctd
CMettMhed. TbenniUr wIllnMlr. the .bore
rew.rd on leeTlnx the ebAln eod ent at thl. offle
FOR SALE OR RENT.
O RENT-A DESIRABLE BRICK
house with scren rooms, on Four-and-a-half
t. Within two aauarea of a haraa tallmati
street,
Squire at the corner of Four-and-a-half and F
streets, Island. may 23 St
T?OR BALE, CHEAP FOR OASIlT.
As The whole or part of sin lota on Penniylvanla
Avenue, near th Navy Yard, containing about
ia,0OO square feet, corner lots, an excellent loca
tion for bulldlor, correct grades, and perfect title.
Inquire at the Washington and Georgetown Direc
tory Office, No. 41M Seventh street west, room No.
6 Also a few copies of the Directory for 1863 for
saleipricefa. apU-tf
I)LEABANT FURNISHED ROOMS,
with board, may b had at 151 West street,
orgetown Heights. mr tl
WINES, ETC.
pREDERIO B. OOZZENS,
mroBTzn or
WIRES, BRAHD1KJ, AND SKOAIIS,
rixxi. ATiifini. con. 14ra btmit,
WA8HINQTON, D. C,
And 73 Werren ttreet, opoelte the
Hudson Rlrcr Rillroad Depot,
NK1V YORK.
AiT Sole Agent for N. Longworth'a Ohio Wlnea
and Ltllenthsl's Tobaccos
"IN HOC VINOES."
ROMAINE'S
OIIIMEAN BITTERS.
ORIGIN: USED IN UNITEDSTATEJ HOSPITALS.
CERTIFICATE OF DRS. CHILTON k. POHLE,
OF NEW YORK, etc.
This remarkable preparation was used to some
extent, In a modi fled form, In French Army Hos
pitals during the late Crimean war, when Its effi
cacy was demonstrated, not only as a preventive
oi several encases incident to camp life, but as an
efficient Tonic and Alterative.
With the Intelligent It will be conceded, that In
no part of the world have Physiological Science and
the Medical Art attained to greater eminence than
In Francei henoe the medloal preparations of her
thoroughly-educated pbyslclana are entitled to.
and unlvrially receive, much confidence. Notwith
standing teatlmonlals of an undoubted character
were furniahed us that It had been subjected to se
vere testa, to a considerable degree, In prhate
practice, we aeemeu it pruuent, before its general
introduction to the American public, to test it by
the same ordeals. But flrat It was submitted to
examination as well as combination, to two of our
moat distinguish l analytical chemists, iln Doc
tors JAMBS H. UHILTQX and JULIUI Q POHLE, both
long and wellknown residents of New York.whoae
joint certificate is annexed, which, at a gtanee.wlll
assure tne most skeptical or Its great medicinal
virtue.
The next step was to Introduce It to the Assis
tant Surgeon of the U S. Hospital la Newark, N.
J., with a simple requrat to Administer It to In. alld
soldiers, la order to test more particularly Its Tools
and Reatoratlt properties, which wai continued
for several montfts, resulting Iniuatllrlnc all that
we had anticipated. In addition to this, It effwted
a cure, In a brief time, of several Inveterate cases
oi rever ana Ague, which bad defied the usual
remedy of (juininr.
Simultaneously, however, with Us Introduction
to the U. S. Hospital, by ourselves and throngh
friends, it was used by Invalids connected with
seme of the moat rrapectable families In New
York, Brooklyn, and otheradjacent allies, afQIoted
with diseases, some of which were of a chronic
character, others who were convalescents only,
and responses from all, of the most fatorable
character, have been received) therefore, with such
results, we present it to the public, claiming Im
munity from the charge of Introducing an untried
and worth.ess article
ROMAINE'S CRIMEAN BITTERS
Is composed of Callaaya or Peruvian Bark, with
nine other Medicinal Planta, Roota, and Fxtracta,
chiefly producta of the Tropica of Asia and America
To the original formula an addition has been made
of one more herb, by the advice of one of the first
physicians of New York, with a vlewof eurlng the
lighter forms oi Neuralgia and Rheumatism.
We claim for It, as the result of trials, a cure for
FE FR AND AGUE, DYSPEPSIA, and Its usual
offspring, ,iz indigestion, Constipation, Flatu
lence, Sick and Nenous Headache, Nausea Gen-
eral Debility, Colls, Seasleknesi By Its daily use
in the Trofics, It will act as a preventive of Bilious
Intermittent Fever, also, by Its Tonic properties.
counteract the enervating cflocta of the climate.
It pleasantly exhilarates, but Is followed br no
stupef) log reaction
The Professional of every clan, especially of
sedentary life, will find, by dally use, nothing so
wen aaapieu to strengthen and onecr both mind
and body The aged will also And It a pleasant
and sure staff
CLRT1F1CATE
New Yoke, 1-eb. 11, 1863
From a knowledge of the Ingredients and their
proportions entering Into the composition known
as"Ron.alne's Crimean Bitters,'1 we are enabled
to speak of it In terms ot high commendation Pe
ruvian Bark being one of Its principal conatltu
cuts, together with Herbs, Roots, and Extracts
having decided medicinal properties, we hate no
hesitation In recommending it to physicians and
the public generally, as an invigorating Tonic, In
tended to stimulate the digestive orgaos
From Its alterative properties, it u oa' cuts ted to
prevent, by Ita dally use la moderate quantities,
Constipation, Fever and Ague, mild forms of Neu
ralgia and Rheumatism It Is an antidote to the
eOects produced by change of water and diet,
correcting Diarrhou, curing Dyspepsia, Colic, Sick
aad Nervous Headache, Nausea. Sea blcknen. It
la expreaaly adapted to females of delicate consti
tutions, ana ut innrmiurs of age.
This preparation Is composed exclusively of
"."' - .bub, wuiiiiiiug dq met aita or
mineral substances, whatever Its taste is aro
matic, warming, and acceptable to the Delata nJ
stomach. James R. Chiltor. M. D.
JuliuiO Pohli, M D.
Certificates from the Assistant Surgeon and one
of the attending Physicians of the U. S. Hospital,
at Newark, N i , attesting the benefits derived
from the me of Crimean Bitters, may be seen at
the offlo of the Depot
W. CHILTON & CO.
KUKD'C S, COZZEltl,
Sole Aucht ion Waihinotoh and Baltimore
I have alwa)s refused to sell any of the com
pounds known aa tonic hitters, as I believe them
to t general.) Injurious, and composed of dele
tsrlous drugs but from a careful trial of the
"Ckimeam Bitters, backed by the certificates of
Drs ChUton add Pohle, of New York, I hare no
hesitation In recommending them te my frltnds
and customers . FRED'C S. C07.ZENS.
WaiHiHoroM, D. C, May vw, 184J. mySO-trr
ELECTION NOTICES.
V riAr precinct.
ifotlM le berebr glren in.t In eonformttr to the
prOTleloai of the eh.rtw or the eltt ot W.lhlMtoe,
Rneiccuonwiu vm o.ia in tn. utiipiwv'" '.
nret werd, on MondAr the drit dy of June next,
nt the shop Of John RreTee.on eouth of I e'reet,
between Nineteenth And Twentieth itrMte. for n
CollMtor, Iteitetei, Aid lorTeror, one Berabei of
theBoetdof Aldwnen, end three membere of the
Doeid of Common Council t. repitient eeld werd.
roll, open nt 7 o'oloek n. tot . end elote at T
o'clock p.m. R. Ai WATERS,
B. A. CLKHKNTH,
JAS.W.McGLUK,
nfss-d Commlielenen of Election.
F
I R S T WARD,
rinMn BnrrMtfrr
ffotle Is hereby Rtren that. In conformity to the
E revisions of the charter of the city of waahing
n. an election will be held In the Second Precinct
of the First Ward, on Monday, the 1st day of June
next, at F. Dorsett's shop, corner of 18th and O
streets, for a Collector, Retfster and Surveyor, one
member of the Board of Aldermen, and three mem
bers of the Board of Common Council to represent
said ward.
rolls open at 7 o'clock a. to. and close at 7 o'clock
p.m.
J. W. DYER,
SftMULLSTOTT,
LEWIS PARKER,
my S3 Commissioners of Dectlon.
T7IRST PRECINCT,
Jr second ward.
An election will be held on the first day of June
next at the corner of Twelfth street and New York
avenue, for Regliter, Collector, and Surveyor of
the city, and for one member ot the Boardot Alder
men n4 three members of the Board of Common
Council, and an Assesaor to serve two years lor
raid ward.
Polls open at 7 a. m , and close at 7 p m
flEORGK JILLARD,
JOHN P. HILTON.
SAMUEL W.OWEN,
may 23 Commlisloners.
4
ECOND PRECINCT.
SECOND WARD
fotlee Is herebr riven that. In eonformttr to th
Envisions of the charter of th city of Washing
in, an election will be held on Monday, the 1st
day of June next, at Ford's drug store, corner of
Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street, for Col
lector, Register, and Surveyor of the city, to
serve two years, one member of the Board of Al
dermen to serve two years, three members of the
Board of Common Council to serve one year, and
an Assessor to serve two years for said ward.
The polls will open at 7 o'clock a. m , and close
at 7 p. m.
8AMUFL LEWIS,
a F. OUY,
WM. H. POPE,
my 23 Commissioners.
tTlITo t"i onn o t Fce .
THIRD WARD-FIRST PRFCINCT
NOTICE II HEREBY GIVEN that. In conform.
ltr to the prOTlalone of the charter of th. city of
Waihlniton, .n.lecllon will beheld In the Pint
Precinct or the Third Ward, at the office of John
W SLmmc, aouthweet eorner of Ninth and M
etreete, on Monday, the flrat day of June next, for
Collector, Regliter. and furveyor of eald city, and
rorooe memberorthc Hoard of Aldermen and three
member! or the Hoard or Common Council to rep
reaent aald Ward. Polle will be opened at 7 o'clock
a. m , and will eloae at 7 o'clock u m
JAJILS M TOWERS,
OIDKON W. LARNUt,
JOHN W. SIMMS,
may 33 dte Commlaatonerl
THLECTION N
LECTION NOTICE.
tfwnu iiAnv, i.uu rilt.lyiril,-,
AN ELECTION will be held on the 1st day of
June next, at Mt Drane's, near the northwest cor-
nrr ui iimio s.rrci wm du u arreei noun, lor
Register, Collector, and Surveyor of the city, and
for one member of the Board of Aldermen and three
members of the Board of Common Council. Polls
open at 7 A M and close at 7 P M.
r e irnrr
JW BQTFLER,
B E. CUTTINGS,
Commissi oners.
my S3
FOURTH WARD,
FIRST PRECINCT
Notice is hereby given that In conformity to the
provisions of the charter of the city of Washing
ton, an Llectlon will be held en Monday, the Hrst
day of June next, at Henry W Jlenkle's residence.
ihwi ncaii, uvtwrca n xnu t sireeia
north, for Collector, Register, and surveyor ol the
city of Washington, on member of th Board of
Amermen, three members of the Board of Common
Cou ell, and one Assessor
The poll will open at 7 o'clock a. m , and close at
7 o'clock p. m. V C LCK LOFF,
11. MILBURN,
FRAS.B.LORD,Sa,
my 3 dtd ( o mm Is doners
17 O U R T II WARD.
JJ SECOND PRECINCT
lioUca la hereby given that In conformity to the
firovlslons of the charter of fne city of Washing
on, an election will be held In the Second Precinct
of the Fourth Ward, In the basement of the West
Wlog of the City Hall, on Monday, the first day of
June next, for a Collector, Register, and sun ej or
of said city, to sene two ) ears tone member of
the Board of Aldermen to serve two years) three
members of the Board of Common Council to serve
one year) and an Assessor to serve two years.
Polls open at 7 o'clock a m , and close at 7
o'clock p ni, PETLR 1- BACO.N,
CHAR H ANDLRSON,
CMARLESWALTER,
my 26 Commissioners
TIFTII WARD,
JS FIRST PRkCINCT.
FLECTION NOTICF Notice Is herebv rlien
that. In conformity to the provisions of the chiN
er oi tne tiiy ei wasningion, an election will oe
held in the lirat precinct of the Fifth Ward at the
Public School House, eorner of A street south and
Third street east, on Mnnda), the flrat da of
June next, for Collector, Register and Surveyor ot
said city, and for one member of the Board of
Aiarrmvn anu inree memoers oi me uoara oi com
mon Coiincll. to represent said ward.
Polls will be opened at 7 o'clock n m , and will
be closed at 7 o'clock p n
F G HANDY,
J MILLS,
GtO M. 0STFR,
my 23 Commlisloners of Flection
MFTH WARD,
:
BLUUHD FHKLTHCT
Notice la herebv riven that In conformity to th.
rroilalona of the charier of the clt) of waahlaK
on an election will be held In the Second Precinct
of the Fifth Ward, at the School houae, eorner of
uatreet aoutn and Third atrrteait, on MUNDAl,
the latdar of June next, for Collector. Heetater.
and Surve) or of aald city, and for one member of
iue uuaru oi Aiuermeo anu tnree mcmwri oi ine
Board of Common Council to renrraent aald ward
Folia will be oitened at 7o'clcka m,aDdwlll
viubc nt i u viu.ft li. ill.
ISAAC C BARTUTT,
WM NOTTINGHAM,
ii u. ecrtiauaun,
Commlaalonera.
my 26 d
C I X T II
W
A R D,
17
KJ tint i rufcLiiM,!
XLFCTION NOTICE Notice la ht-rebv rten
that. In conformity to the provisions of the char
ier oi iutJ cuy ui weiiHinKiun, an eieciion win oe
held In tho Hrst Precinct of the Sixth Ward, at the
Public School Houae at the corner of G street south
and Seventh atreet cast, on Monday, the 1st dav nf
June next, for Collector, Register and Sun evor of
iu en jr. rvnu iur uub utrmurr ui inr ixiaru UI Al
dermen, three members of the Board of tommon
Council, and one Assessor, to represent said ward
Pulls will be opened at 7 o'clock a m, and will
be Used at 7 o'clock p in
GLORGE BROWN,
JAMES B 1'LAKL,
JOSEPH COOK,
my S3 Commissioners of Llectlon
oTx tIi ward,"
lO SLCOND PRLLIMr
.LLCTION NOTICE -Notice is hereby giveu
that, In conformity to the provisions of the charter
of the City of Washington, an election will beheld
in the Second Precinct of the Sixth Ward, at the
AuacostU Lnglne llouse, ou Monday, the first day
of June next, for Collector, Register and burv eyor
or said city, and fur one member of the Board of
Aldermen, three members of the Board of Com
mon Council, and oue Assessor, to represent said
ward.
Polls will be opened at 7 o'clock a m , and will
be closed at 7 p m
CHAS W DAMS,
SAMULLGADDIS,
SAMUt L ARMISTLAD.
my 2J
Commissioners of Llectluu.
s
EVENT1I
W A R D,
FIRST PRECINCT
notice la hereby given tliat. In conlortnlty to the
fir.tlalonaol the charter or the city ol waahiag.
oo. an election will be held In the Flrat precinct
or the Serenth Ward, at the laland Hall, on Moo
day, the tlret day or June neat, ror Collector, Regit
ter. and Surveyor ol laid oit) , aod lor one member
or the Hoard ol Aldermen, and three membera of
the Hoard or Common Council to renreaeot aald
ward.
folia will be opened at 7 o'clock a m and will
be cloiMl at 1 o'clock p in
OtORGK MATTlNGLl1,
WILLIAM W1SF,
T II BARRON,
my 35 d Commlaalonere or I lection
SK V E N T 11 V A Ii U ,
..,.. ....... SFCONO PRECINCT
An Election will be held on Monday, the flrat day
of June neat, In the baaement atory of Hyland
Chaiiel, eorner or D atreet south and Tenth atreet
weal, tor Regliter, Collector and Surve) or or the
city, and lor one member ot the Board or Alder
men, and three membera or the Board of Common
Couoell, tor aald ward, In conformity with the pro
rlalont of the charter ol the city of Wathtuctoa
Polta open at 7 o'clock a m , nod cloae at 7
o'eloikn. m. CHA. c martin,
UEO S HEPBUHrV,
WM, COOFIlR, '
7" ComUHoqmo(.lnlieo.
AMUSEMENTS,
.Q.R0VB1VB TttATRE,
rtnnstnU Jwn'v, WiOarU Hotel
LEONARD G ROVER. , Manager.
THIS (FRIDAY) KVFNINO, MAY M,
BENFFITof the charming, young, beautiful, favor
ite, and gifted artiste,
LUCILLE WESTERN,
When, supported by Miss Susta Denin, Mr.C Bar
ron, Mr G F. Wilson, and th entire excellent
company, she will appear as th mischievous and
kind hearted actress,
PEG WOFFINOTON,
in the brilliant three-act comedy, by Tom Taylor
and Charles Heads, entitled,
MASKS AND FACES.
SussaDenln '.as. Mahl ane
Charles Barron ..,,.. ,.ai ...Sir Chas Pomander
w. r. wiison ....a-.,. Farnestane
5-1? .RoK" TheTriplet
- " . ..... . "iiri biuurr
Mrs. Germon., ..,.as... Mrs Triplet
To conclude with the elegant musical comedietta
the LOAN OF A LOVER,
Gertrude (with songs) Lucille Western
In Rehearsal" VICTORINEf or, 1 11 Sleep on It "
Admission at, 60, and 75 cents. may s
pANTEKIlUKY HALL,
Louuuuxa Jjrtnw, war Sixth Stmt.
THE COOL RETREAT.
Third Week of
MADFMOI8ELLE ANNETTA OALLITTI,
The grrateat Danaeue. la the world
Who will appear each .renins In the treat Ballet
eatltlel
THE MOUNTEBANK OF 1ICIU
She will a ao execute A grand PAS .EUL, called
THE PA DE SCARF.
Brilliant aueceae of
J1I8S AI1NE8 SUTHERLAND.
The Scottlah Nlchtlnfale
M'LLES AUGUSTA AND MARIF,
The Fairy Stara
Georre R. Ftleaoo, Mone Siolloay,
J.H Budworth, BlllrUoyd,
Wlllla Armatronr, J. S. Clark,
Harry lentoo.and Frank Budworth
THE COURT or DEAUTV,
Kale Ilarrlaoa, jun, Richmond,
Lilly Brandon, Lucy Clifton,
Formlnr In all the
ORFATFSTAND MOST TALF.NTFD COMPANY
That ever appeared within the walla of a
MUSIC HALL
ENTIRE NEW BILL,
NEW ETHIOPIAN ACT1,
NKW DANCES, NLW SONGS,
. ., . A BFAUTUUL BALLFT
The entertainment! will conclude with the favorite
Fare, entitled
A PLEASANT NEIGHBOR
Doore open at 7 o'clock! Performance at 8',
--. .. ...,. va.n.ea, w lit 11 tail (yiril ,H
cleand dallery, So cental Prliate Uuara holding
w.lBh J'V. BfVMV, tpv.
A GRAND MATINEE
SATURDAY AFTkRNOON, AT 1 WOO CLOCK,
FOR LADIES AND CHILDH N
Admission Ladles SO cents children 10 cents
Doors open at 2 o clock my 2& 6t
VARIETIES! VARIETIES!!
Fronting Pcwuylvanta Avenvt end MM St
HAMBLIN h. CO Proprietors.
FITZ SIMMONS Stage Manager f Advertiser
W. S. BUDWORTH'S
GRAND COMPLIMENTARY BFNFIIT,
THIS (Friday) AFTERNOON AND NIGHT
Commencing at 3 this nfteruuou
The Cnnterbury JJratnatlo Compauy,
(Dy permission of MauAger Sinn,)
And the great VARIETIES IROLPt;
With Mr GEO R FDLSON, NELLIK HOW ARD,
LIZZIE HELDINGjall the LOLL. LADIES,
With HARRY LCSLIL,
IS NEW ACTS AND NEW P1LCI S.
A MONSTRR BILLI
WEDrttiDAV AmaitooM LADILS MATISFE
Admission, 25 and 60 centst Private Boxes, 5.
my 29
SC EPTR EEXE RC I sTK7) R L D OTs
AND CHILDHfNi also, the correspondlufi
lut more Athletic Indian CluborMuJxr Exer
cise, for Gentlemen, tar the pretention nud correc
tion of deformity, one-aid wlu ess, he, as recom
mended by tho medical profession and officers of
the arm) They supercede dumb I ells and all t a
Usthenlc exercises tto o Ulcer, merchant, or clerk
should be without them. They promote a lnjulthj
circulation, declope and strengthen the cheat and
spine In a most extraordlnar) mauiier, giving such
ebutlclt) and strength to the ahoullers, arms and
wrists that the sword and baouet are used with
double force and facility, and Invaluable to singers,
aa the voice Improves hi proportion to the expan
sionof the chest To ladles who cannot tnke out
door exercise, they are ol Incalculable Lone lit
M classes for Dancing and Deportment at Ull
tariis' Hall, and at Georgetown, arc largel) at
tended by the tiitt of both cities, an I I lan, with
much satisfaction, refer to the Parents of my pu
pits
To thoie who require tuition on the Wofn,
I ioltncrllo, and Singing, or "JlnUiting lessons," may
save time and expense by stud) lug un lr ine
For Cards of Terms, aald r ess
J K (.OOtiAIL,
aprU Ward' Hotel
CLOTIIINCI.
JJOYrV rLOTIIIKG - WE ARE NOW
J la recelnH of a larra assortment of Boj ' and
illdren's Clothing of the newest stiles, suitable
for the present season for dress ami school wear,
to which we Invite the attention of parents
WALL, STEPHENS fc Co ,
'&A4 Pennsylvania Avenue, tetween
Ninth and Tf nth streets
apr to tflf star t Intel
.p ENTLEMEN'S CI.OTIIINf. WE
JC have now in store a full stock of Ontlemen's
Spring Overcoats, Business Suits, Dress Suits, an I
Furnishing Goods of the latest stiles, manufactur
ed with the same degree of neatness, stj le, and ele
ganoe, as If made to order.
WALL, STEPIU NI fc to ,
3411 Pennsylvania A.enue, lctwevn
Nlath and Tenth streets
apr ! tflf J tar v ntl
MILITARY GOODS.
M
I L I T A R V (J O O 1) H
WALL. STLPHKUS v m
3-S4 PCNNSVLVANIA AVENIE,
Oiler the largest assortment In this c.t , embrac
ing all qualities ustd by officers lu the Arm) and
Nav),suoh as
Swords, Sashes, Belts. Shoulder straps, Hats.
Caps, Pistols, kc ,io , with a fine as.urtment of
uaiform clothiug. with which we can ijrnlsh offi
cers complete outfits lu a few momenta
WALL, IT LP HI- NS flt ( O ,
344 Pennsylvania Avenue
apr 10 tflf (Intel . Star, at chrwu 1
THE ENROLMENT.
"VW APPOINTMENTS iK IRO
APPOINTMENTS iK
OST MARSHALS
War DiFABTMrNT, i
Pnovosr Marshal c.ehlhl'sUi hl
Wabhimotoh, May in It J
The following changes and appolutmenta ait an
nounced under the act approved March J ltK, for
enrolling and calling out the National foices
II LI NO II
May 7 Solomon Simmons, coiamUaloner Sixth
district.
May SO Isaac L. Mllllkeu, commissioner Hrst
district, vice HesinE, dectlued
MayJ7 Burrell 1 Jones, commlsaloner Llghlh
district, v Ice I liuton Jones, canceled
Nay .17 Isaac N Phillips, provost marshal Thir
teenth district, v ice Carroll, revoke I
INDIANA
May 18 wllllam S Smith, commlsaloner Tenth
district, Ice Junk In son, declined
May JO. Dr William Colburn. sutxeon mcond
district, vice Clapp, declined
tOMNLCTtrUT
May 18 Dr Edwin A Park, surgeon Second dis
trict, vice Hubbard, declined
RHODE ISLAND
May 20 James 11 Uiggeshall.coiiimlsaloiier First
district, v lie Barton, declined
PENNSYLVANIA
May Id Dav id II Washburn, commissioner klxth
district, vice Wetdner. canceled.
May 21 Alexander J, Frlck, commissioner Thir
teenth district, vice Phlnny, Jr , cancelled
omo.
May 18 A L Jones, provost marshal First dis
trict, v toe Sirgant, canceled
May 27 Mathlas H Jones, commissioner Fourth
district, vice Young, declined
NBW JLHILV.
Nay 19 Samuel A French, commissioner Htih
district, v ice an orst, declined
MICH ISAM
May IS Dr Homer O Hitchcock, surgeon SrconJ
district
wisronsm
Ma) 21. Wm A Bugle, commissioner Fifth dis
trict, vice Flnlay, declined
KENTUCKY
Ma) 25. Wm R Hervey, commissioner Fifth
district, vloe Barrett, declined
MeyM Orlando Brown, com miss .oner snenth
district, vice Muoc sr. dscllntxi.
JAMJCS U rrRY, Frovoit Msrrhal General
AMUSEIENTS.
WASUINGTON THEATRE,
conn in xuivxRTn avd c rrmxm.
SECOND WEEK OT UNCLE TOM.
BUILDING COOL AND DELIGHTFUL.
BRILLIANT AND FASHIONABLE, AUDIENCES.
THIS (MONDAY) EVXNING, May 2&, ISffX
And each erenlng this week and on SATURDAY
At if.nnuvii,
Will be represented Mrs Harriet Beecher Stowe's
sublime work, entitled
UNCLE TOM'S CADINi
or. urn Au omo tub lowlt.
Seats secured three days In advance without ex
tra charge. Box offlce open from 10 a. m to 6 p. m
Doors open at 1 t commence at 8
Prices of admission as usual
For full particulars, see circulars. maySS
0
D D FELLOWS' HALL'
MONDAY EVENING, MAY 35,
And every Evening during the Week.
LAST WEFK OF THE
GRFAT STEREOSCOPIC FMIIBITION OF THE
AMERICAN CIVIL WAR.
It continues to be received with immense enthusi
asm, and Is universally pronounced
THF MOSTBEAUTIFUL OPTICAL FXHIBITION
IN THF WORLD.
On a curtain of nearly one thousand square feet
It reproduces, true to life and natuie, the moat
beautiful
PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OF SCFNFRT. CELES
TIAL AND ANIMATFD OBJFCTS, sVat
UARY, BAS Rr Lit F8, BUILDINGS,
PORTRAITS, he
Together with all the principal scenes In the pres
ent CIVIL WAR IN OU.HCmN COUNTR.
(rand Dav Performance no WFDNF-.DA. And
SATURDAY AFTFRNOONS
Admission, 23 cents) Children, 11 cents
may 25 iw
T I L L A R D 5 HALL
M UN.JERSOVS CONCFRT
A C A It I .
The young and celebrated American Pianist and
uomposer,
MR HARHY SANDERSON.
Ha Vint returned from Hut ana. whnr lies inaturllVi
the most flattering marks of success, the manager
begs to announce to the public that he will give,
in Washington,
U-.K UKANU IU.NI RT,
OnTUESDAi MINING. June 2J, at 8 o'clock,
On which occasion the following artists will aj-
MRS JENNY KFMPTOV,
The Favorite American Contralto
MR. WILLIAM tASTLE,
The Talented Tenor
.Musical Director and Accompanlest.
, , , . Mr E. Fiedler.
Admission, Including reserved seats, Si Tickets
and seats can be secured, commencing Saturday
morning, May 3 J, at Melzerott's music store
Doors open at 7'i concert to commence at B.
my 29 4t
MADAME MAOAKTE'fi
GRAND FUROPEAN CIRCUS,
Combined with
NIXOVS GREAT CREMORNR TROUPE,
most mew vouk,
Will give a series ot entertainments,
commencing
WEDNESDAY. Mav 27. Afternoon and rntn
on the lot, corner of New York avenue and Four-
icenin sireer, rear oi wuiard's Hotel,
introducing at each performance
MADAML MALARTE,
in her wonderful personation act, entitled the
LN1TIAN CARNIVAL,
In which, throughout the uropean cities, she has
bean proclaimed u Le Heine de Cfrrlque," and ad
mitted as the most graphic and picturesque repre
sentative of equestrianism of the age
The wonderlul
SRO-ARABIC TROUPE,
OF MALL AND FLMALE PLRronvrRff.
who have created an Immense sensation In Lurope,
composing
Mile 7era . . Queen of Athlete
Mile Zulelka The Intrepid and Graceful Posee
Alii Hassan The Giant of Strength
Sevd Hassan . . Kingtrf Trapeie
aiun iimisU
The most astonlshlmr Posturerof the aee
The above troupe comprises the hrst FEMALE
uviurtAa.s inai ever au eireu in tnii countrr.
but I y their wonderful grace, beaut), and extra
ordln.try evolutions, they have wmi au enduring
.nine, anu niinousii uieir iais are most ftstoniin
Ing, nathing can equal their nglllty and muscular
developments that arc so eleir .utlv and trrncefiilH
dellneu.
Madame Macrte's
BEAUTIFUL STUD OF TRAlNLD HORSES;
Including
SHETLAND PONIES,
xhlbttedln
IRFLAND. ENGLAND, and SCOTLAND.
MIL Al ON H 1 ONF tn his great INDIAN ACT on
Us Will Prairie Steed
JIM COOK, the relebrated Jester, from Pablo
rranc-s rcnowneo Lugiuti unus
tf LU.CAHKULL, the billllant Star Euuestiian,
from the Clrc.ue Initerlai, Paris, lkr-
Ho, sr Petersburg, etc
SAM LATH HOP, the Coinlo Kentucky Clown, will
convulse the audience with side-splitting
jokes and modern comicalities
HI RR CLING, the famous Tlxht Rope 1-xpedltloo-
1st and Preceptor of Blondln
W B CARROLL,
the great Dout le Act Rider
JIM RFYNOLDS, known aa the Model Clown, will
also take his share to the entertainment,
the whole pet foYmance being the
most Wrsatlle and Pleasing
ever ottered to the
CITI7KNH (ir WASHING TON,
comprising
TI-JN GRFAT STARS OF QDrSriANI$M
MAIi AND FKML AtROBAT.
THUl-r RKNOWNfU LOUN4,
ana
TWiNT FIVI- STAR Pr RFOHM1RS
The al-ove
GRAND COMBINATION
will comm, nee in Uaslilugton on UFDNl- SDAY
r v N1NG, corner rr New nrk avenue an 1 I-our-teenth
street, and exhibit durlnc the week, everv
altfrnoon, comn.eni.lnK at 3 o clock an I every
ev (ninir at o'liocu
Atlmlkfclou, Ami'ithratre 26 cents
Keservvd Keatt 60 tent
(Tilldren tti Heservetl treats, htlf price
ni) Jti
AlvCHITECTlTKl-:.
Af A R 11 L E '
ifbNHY PARRY, manufa
A R L E V O R K S
rfe.Ml PARRY, manufacturer of Marble Man
teli, Monuments, Mural Tablets, Tiles, Cabinet
au 1 Pliin.!erB' Slabs Caen Stone Baptismal fonts,
Altar Tattles. Ac Manufacton and arerooiua,
71, 7J antl 75 Mat Twentj-stooud street, near
rourlh avenue, New . ork
N U rates, from the lowest price to the moat
4-oatly tlnlsh furnished at New ork prices
Dealgmi maJa to order, and estimates given for
Mul Is Worn put up in ii) part of the couiitrj
iuv 28 tin
SUTLERS' STORKS.
T
VI rtlTI.KHrt AMI) W IlOI.ha.VI.E
DIALERS I.N
MILITAKY AND OTHLUC (.OODS.
Soliaeonliailinl (itler lor aale
IW dueu ULl'e H.AVH.Uirs
M ilozen LIM-N tOATSan.1 PANTS,
luo Joien MLK!M)T)NDI.RMI1RT"
ISO itozeo ijOlton and Merino SOCKS
W iloirll NLGLIfil. SHIRTS
Uihnen IIANLRSArKS
70 dozen Drown Linen alllRTS.
mi doien Jeana and Net DRAWL.RS
AJIorwhlcli we otTtrtu dealer, at the LOWEST
MVHKlVrilaTLS
U ALL, STEPHENS i. CO ,
ill lVlina)l inlii Aleuue
mi 27o3ut let Ninth and Ttnthata
"I It K A T 1 N I) U C EMEST8
j" to ruHCiiiiLna or
OFFICERS' SUTLUll' AND PURVl VOBS'
SUfPLIBb,
tonalatlns ol
PRFS1RVED MEATS,
USII.
JrLLIES,
TRLSCRV LS,
I'ICKLLS,
SAUCES,
&e , a.c , &.e .
PURL WINLS AND LIQUUK",
ClOARS AND TOBACCO,
At whoataale and retail
rMrclLtaera are lo Ited to call and exatalae thla
largo and well aelecled etnclc y( choice ,otda.
.url article will be otfered at
UHLA1LY Rl DUCID PIIICI e.
Which canuot lall to ehe aatlaf.ctlou
GEO II RAILS,
formerly Batea It Wood,
2i Pennat Ivanla a enue.
may ll-lftl
oppoalte Wlllard'a Hotel
ALES.
AGENCY O F
JOHN TAYLOR h. SONS'
ALBANT XslPBRIAL GBSAH
I, XX ALKI.
We are oonsttintlr rsselving a full supply of
these celebrated DRAUOHT Al direct frpm
Messrs John Taylor A sons, In casks aod half casks,
and aollolt the patronage orclttieus nd the trade,
1 BATK3 sc WOOD,
vt Pennsylvania ftTsnue,
jkD 9) uppuilts WlllSUl JloteJ,
AUCTION SALES. '
TY TltOMAB DOTHNO.lTJt J. 0, M'OUIilE & CO.
JS AUCTIONEER, Oeorntown, S a ' I K XUCTfONEErti: '
ADMINISTBATOR'S SALE OF dNE OF THE "VlELt'S CAMP COOKINO STOVES AT AUC.
SSSn'SaVlf LAVAIJVCTTgNROnD5SS5!ii5 SoiT SAWRDSggNINOMar Stl S
of the premises, by order, of the Administrator, 1
will sell that rery valuable private residence situ
ated on the south side of Beall street and near the
corner of Cona-reea street. The lot fronts 60 feet
on Beall street, running back 130 feet. The dwell
ing contains 19 rooms, bath room, serrente' room,
cellar, water and gas, smoke house and well and
cistern in ine yara
To any one wanting a flrst-ctsss residence this
offers a rare or portunity
Terms One-1 lrd cash) balance (none and two
years, sccureo 1 1 a aeeo oi trust on ine premises
All conve. enema? at the cost of the ourehaser
Title perfect Possession can be given aa soon as
iniuuru
GFOROr B CURTIS, Administrator.
TIIOS DOWLINO,
my 77 d Auctioneer.
NEW BOOKS.
VEW M I L I T A R Y BOOKS
GIBBON'S ARTILI ERIsrS MANUAL, new and
greatly enlarged edition 45
tirittl AKIILLI1 HI 1AII n, lor 1SW 13
ROBERTAS HAND-BOOK OF ARTILLFSV.
new and enlarsred edition Price $1
just pui'iisneu ana lor sale Dj
nuusun iail.uk,
Bookseller and Stationer,
my 3ft lw
tChron
ut ra av
K
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U O O K 8
OPFNAIR.
l.OOD rilOL,CIIT.
HISTORY OP THL SUFERNATUTAL,In all
Agea and In all CTiurcliea, and Pagan, De
monatratlna; a Unlreraal Katth.
ACNES, by Adaroa
TWO PIC rUBf s, tiy Molntoeh.
rARISIN AMKRICA, liy Lationlaie
Till. RAt LS OK THE OLD H ORLU, by Breoe
Juat nnMlahed, and for Bale M
HUDSON TAILOR,
nookaeller and stationer, it! Pena Ate
my 2S lw Chronicle)
INDICATORS.
ATEW LETTERS PATENT.
X (Certificate No as.eas, May 2, 1SS3 )
INSTANTANEOUS INDICATOR!
The Advantages of this Invention are that a
PLRFFCT DKT CT! E
Machine Is oft red to the Public, that will acoount
lor
ALL MONFYS RFCFIVED
For the sreat benefit of Chartered Companies as
City Passenger Railroad Cars, Ferry Boats nf the
various uucs, nnu i-ooi i-asseners over ur mres
THIS MACH1NK Is not at theeootrolof CoocTuc
torsor (jato Keepers is in no way complicated,
and of great strength and durabllitj ( to further
comment by us on this sating point It unnecessary
It Is au invaluable
TELL-TALE MACHINE!
Against the toooften practiced
KNUCK-DOWN SYSTEM.
Its general use Is also wherev er Moneys are paid
for Admission, such as
THEATRES,
On their different Tiers, and all other Public Places
of Jxhlbitlom Large Ftrst'Clasa Hotel Dining
Rooms, (Proprietors of which will save a quarter
Ol meir rents dy its inrrouuciion ; t air urounui,
Race Courses, wheel Vehicles, and last, though
not least, this principle prevents traudulent Ke
turns of otes at Elections
P 3 Communications from those hiving use
for such Machines, addressed to the Ludeislgned,
will receive attention
RUWLAND CROMELIEN,
WILLIAM R. CRISP,
Patentees, 391 Pennalvaula Avenue
Washington, May 3tf, 18tf3 mySS dtf
jvnd"sales.
-TTALlABIaE lands for hale
By direction ol the Hon Secretary of the Inte
rior, the undersigned will receive sealed bids for
the uurchaseof am or all of the lands hereinafter
described, the leing among the choicest and best
I arming ianu iu iuinnrsoia
inese lautis coiajTiie wimi nre Kimwn ine
Winnebago Trust Lands ttithe State of Minnesota,
tuid will be sold lo the highest and best bidder In
tracts not exeeedlnr one hundred and sixty acres
encn, unucr ine provisions oi ireniy couciuurii
with the Winnebago Indians, April Htu, 18, ud
an act of Cougresa, approved February 21st, 183,
entitled "An act for tne removal of the Winnebago
Indians, and for the sale ot their Reservation in
iiaiUIirnuin, mi iiicii wmi
obld will bemtertalned at a rate less than two
dollars and uiry ceurs per acre
Iu Caae a bid la Htt-ejited, Ine prty making the
same will be notified as soon thereafter as practi
cable If witliln thirty das after such notice the
party shill fall to make psviaent to the under
aliened, the land for which such bid was made will
bu subject to salo to an) other person
Patents will be lamed and transmitted to pur
chasers as si ion after pa) uient as tho same can e
preparrd Pa) mints may let) made either In cash
or In the certificate of indebtedness of the Win
ncbafiu Indians, Issued b) the Commissioner f
Indian An" airs lor the debt of sail Indlabs, and se
cured to be paid out of the procec Is of tie sale of
said lands 1) the third article ol the treat above
mentioned The right to n Ject an) an 1 all bids Is
expressly reserved. All Mils must I e seated and
addreasid to the un lerslgned, ashliiKton City, D
C , and Indorsed "Bid lor Winnebago 1 rait L-vud '
' nracRUTinw or indi "
Sections C, 7, H, ID, au t JU, of township loC north,
of rang Slvvibt
StCtUtUSO, 1 1 14 3i 31 of lomuhlp IU7 Uulth,
of range ii vveat
section 31, of InwnaMp Iftd north of range 23
west
Sections a!.1 to 3b inLliuMe uf township loonorth
of ranee Hi west
Sections I to Jl ant sections ?7, M and -, fit
township lu7 north, nf ranre vveat
Vctloasai to3b,lnclustVt,of townahlp tut. north,
Of laufft '1 neat
s, ctiuns SO to 3a, Incluilv e, of township lofiimrth,
ofrane,e2otveat
S-ciohs I, .', S, II, Ii, lid 13, of township lu7
north, of raiiKC it w eat
sections 11 to 3C iiKliisU e, of townahlp Iftft north,
nf ranee 25west
All ui iOHnanis iirv au i mi imriii. m iniisr -
west
Sections 11 to 2C, Inclusive, ol townahlp lOri north,
of range 28 went
All of townahlpa lOd an 1 17 north, of range 77
weal
ctlons 31 tn 4C, incluilv e, ol townahlp 108 north
of mnace ll west
Bid will bv receUed aa above Invited until the
1st of Jul) next at which time all 1 1 U then c
cell e I will t c examined and acted upon
Alter the I at Ol Jill) nei, mil win ie rMininim
and attel ti)'
tuo tnon til a
n at Hie expiration of each pcrlin ol
Vs IULIA 1) r 1111. ,
Coiiimisaloiier of In Man atlalra
WaltiiNOTOH CiTT, l t , Ma) t !
iua V-tiifcHw
IIOTEIj-S.
245 f.OSLINU 'hOUS. 249
I rnntilPiint avenue, Ittvvtn rtnttftlt atui ThitiivniH,
(known as the t.UbLIM. RMTAURANT) Is
nnwcomtleted sndieady to acoommolate Travel
irs anl Mrnntr with CoMronTAKii. Rooms and
Ci HAN lie us Thle will therrforo make It uiie of
the most desirable plans for Travelers and stran-
,.t...... T1IEBl!1TAUIllNT
which is so well knovv n as one of the beat in the clt),
needs no advertising This new enterprise com
blned.lhe proprlitor feels assurid thatwhoevei
will favor him with their j ittonage will leave his
establishment well satisfied
P S bcutlemcu wishing private rooms for din
uer parties can he accommodated
COSLINO HOUSJ J3, 2n 219, PennsyHanla
avenue t ituieti Twelfth and Thirteenth streets,
south alle may 21 tf
IP
l.IKJl VHIl-lts l'ltOVCsT M.VIt
sii ii aumii,
U .sillNOTON, D C, Mai 28 163
svr. iti dhiilhi. Nu sj All orders heretofore
Issued fro ji these head.Uirtets relative to the sale
OI irituuus or wan injuurs iutuiiB.ru uieu or
oliliers uf the Lnlted states arm) ale desired to
be In force also, as regards teamsters, laborers
au I persons oi inai ciass empio).u . me iui
teru.aster's or Coniwlsijr) Depa tnnutsi and an)
dealer In sidrltuous or malt liquors detected in
selling or gUlug the same to teamsters or any of
the above class of persons will be proceeded
against the same as provided In special order, No
12, or March 18. 13, of these headquarters
iiyorderof HLNHY B TODD
en .tain and Provost Marshal
A S Bakeh, Lieut and Adjutant
Aitiele W Arltclet oj War ll sutlers and re
tainers to the camp ui 11 persons whatsoever
serving with the armies of the I nlted "tates in the
Held though not entitled soldiers, are to be au'Ject
to orders, according to the rules ami discipline of
war my 2 lw
DH F 1 a II B L A T T ,
Uf No UI, corner of Lijfhth and E streets,
Opuoslte the General Post Office.
Lan VI OOUBUbIM WU JWJ1.V.V4I4I. dr iTjhV'i JUJTJ,
ro4l WPTfO.V, UVLR IQHPLA1NTS CHRONIC
Art A.L ju.t a, as wen as mi isibbcb oi impruucnce.
of whatever character, and which may be declared
Incurable by other physicians He engages to make
an immeuiaie cur
From his lengthy practice In the science of medi
cine, be Is enabled to otter himself to the public aa
b.lm th. only on. In Waahln,ton oapable ol attord -
In, Bpedy r.Uel. All caaea aurable will b. "?
Urt. Hewltaatl.ur.wltiieutti.uieolmer.
ednr or an, other danferoua medicine ReeentlMM
urMWwi)OlUir.dayB. -
N.BrittUMadjlreBaed'torjr r.atWaoOM.rlo.
UI, corner ol IOhih and h iireeti, oppoil", "
Ml Kill UfflM, will reel Immediate attention.
0,t
ATJCTTOiTSAXES.
sell
so Vlele's Camp Cooking Stovee, eemplete and,
Aiaivamsru rIC17 in OIK SaSeTtS
ALSO,
34somhapedTent Stoves will be sold without
reserve
M JAS.C McQUIREkCO,
msyS7-di Anstloneers.
T)Y J C M'OUIRE A OO ,
-M.w . AUCTIONEERS
i5sJiIfSi.,Siyy.5Il,C,t DWELLINO HOUSF.
SK!1 f2S KCATDi:0NVtNI:NT TO THJ
WAR AND NAVY DPPARTMENTS. AT AUtV
TION -On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JunJadi at
o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell that fine
threetory nnd basement brick dwelling, with
rour-story back building, at present occupied by
the Commissary General, being No. MS I street,
ooe door from the eorner of Eighteenth street,
south side The house Is modern, recently built
with large saloon parlor, contains eleven cham
bers, large library, plait whole length the bask
building, brick pantry adjoining the kitchen, with
ranre. not and eald water throurhout. a flnAdrw
cellar, marble front the height of basement, mar
ble steps, and wrought Iron railing, aceoti mo
dated with a private side alley on Flgtiteenth
street.
This house was built by the owners as a model
house, and has been under their care sine Its con
struction Possession given on the 1st of July next Title
indisputable.
Terms One-half cash) balance In six and twelve
months Deferred payments secured by deed or
trust on the premises
conveyancing at purcnaser's expense
JAS. C. MsGUlRE fc CO,
may 27 dta Auctioneers.
C M'OUIRE A 00 .
AticriQNrrna
NUMBER
UMBER OFSMALL Htnijii AVtl r.tm nv
Capitoi Hill at Ppblic aictioh Oa SATUR
DAY AFTf KNOO V. June fith. at fl o'cloeVt. nn tho
premises, we shall sell nine lots, situated on First
street east, between B and Cstreets north Fire of
the lots front on First street, one of them Improved
by a two-story brick dwelling house, aod four of
the lots front on ti e wide alley In the rear, and ire
Improved each b) twostoryframedwellinc houses
Alao, six ioib on norm ii sireer, Between sirsi
and Second atreets east three of them fronting on
north B atreet about lft feet, and running back iro
feet to an alley Three of them front on the wide
alley In the rear, aod are Improved by small frame
houses
Also, lour lots on south B street, between Ft at
and Second streets west, fronting 16 feet .Of lushes.
and runnlns: hack t.o feet, on or thorn imnroiK
by a frame bouse
Terms One-third cash) the re main Jet in six and
twelv e months, with Intereat eeoured br n Jeed of
trust on the premises
Aiicunvejsnccs at ine cost oi the purcnaaer
JAS C. McGUlRKStCOt
may 2d Auctioneers
IT w
ONITFD
L W ALL A CO ,
auctionlkhs
NITFD STATFJ MAMHAl'1 flAt.r flP
1LHOONER SARAH LA INIA Io virtu nf
a decree of the hupreme Court of the District of
ciuniuii, nmni nt n uisirici c-ouri, issueu irnra
the Clerk's office of said Court and to me directed,
I will tell at public sale fr cash, at the loot of
Sixth street wharf, on the Putomao river on
THURSDAY, the 4th of June neat, 1863, at b
o'clock P. M , the sohooner " Sarah Lavlnla, ' her
tackle, apparel and furniture
WARD H I.AM ON,
United States Marshal, D C
W L. WALL CO,
my 2 Auctioneers
HY W L W A L L
AUCTIONLERS
a r o
South corner Pa avenii and 9th Street
PAWNBROKER'S SALE On TLUlDW
MORM.NG, 2d June, we nlll sell at the Auction
Rooms of a licensed Pawnbroker, consisting of th
largest number of Unredeemed Pledges, of everj
description, e er offered for sale at auction lu thla
clt), such as about
150 Gold and Silver Hunting and Open Face
Watches, Patent Lever and Escapement
Full sets and odd pieces of Jewelry, Gems, A.c
Colt's and Bailey's Rifles, and other Metallic
Breech-loading Firearms, fcc , fce.
Dirks and Knives
Table Cutlery and Ml-er Forks atid Spoons
Musical, Mathematical, and Astronomical In
atrumenta
Ladles' and Gentlemen's Wearing Apparel,
among which there, is many very Bne
New Silk dresses. Fans, and other fine goods
Opera and Eve Glasses.
Iruit Knives, Baskets, Silver Tumblers and
Goblets
Fancy Articles
Carpenters' Tools, and other Mechanical Tools
and Instruments
And many other articles too numerous to men
tion The aale will be continued dally till alt are dls
posed of
Terms cash W L. WALL k CO,
m) S Auctioneers
B
Y W L W ALL ,, CO ,
AUCTKlNES.na
ninth corner Pennsylvania avenue and Ninth at
I'Mrril NTaTfS MARSHAL'S ALr l
SCIIOOR"LADllSDKLIGHT, ANDtARHi
In v Irlue of a decree Issued from the Clerk s or
flee of the Supreme Couit of the District of Colum
bia, sitting as a District Court, and to in direct? 1
I will sell, at public Kile, for cash, commencing
at 11 o'clock a in , ith JUNF, l&CJ nt the foot ol
stxih street wharf, on the Potomau rlv er, the cargo
of the schooner Ladles Delight," consisting .1
the following goods and i. hat 1c It, to wit
a) barrels Old Unlike),
I hogsheal of Baa,on,
lx)t of ShouldVrs,
Lntot Pork,
Lot of SolldlHe.lL)0,
Iax of Fiaence of liiltVe,
i t affs Hour,
l)t shovels, Spades, and FaiLb
AL.SU
AtooMoik p ii , ith JUN f, at the aanu t la e
the Bthonmr " Ladles Delight, ' her la. Lie, ai
pari-1 an I furnllure
WARD II LAMUN
V. S, Marshal, 11 I
1- WALL, klU,
Auctloneeis
ni) 59 el
1 W
I. A I, L ( o
AUUnOSlKRS
t.(j ft HNMt ST HAir OK triVTR All . N n
r.UtiUSATAl CTION.BYORDIRtlFTHl PRo
0T MRS1AL. Or.Tl'HDA MOHMSu i.1
June, at to o'clock, we IU sell, at the Auction
U miiiii, aa follows
fi doien Playing Cards
4 do do do
7rt do Fine Combs
17 do Larxe Combs
6 do Horn Combs
13 do Buckskin Oloves
JIJ do sruait Ntalf Buttons
la gross small D it tons. No "l
tU do small Infantri Buttons
ti do start et liuttooa
it) doien large RtarT Buttons
6rross large Buttons, o ".'
J doien Cotton Handkerchiefs
M ti ik Handkerchiefs
6 I leces DM alnes
do Lawns
i tin uiue Satinet, 20 yards
l ,i.i ellow Hannel, e yards
I di Plal I Pof Un, 23 yards
1 do Denning, 7 arda
1 do 1 nbleAchtHl Muslin, 7J yards
J dozen Cllt Urald
6 gross Leil IVnclls
I d Ulick Lead Pencils
1 do Ulack Id leiiclla
I do Headed Drawing Pencils
t tlo Patent Ruliber Tip 1'eni.ils
20 dozen boxes Percussion Cat
li do I ockrt Looking Glasaes
23 do do do do
1 do do Knives
2 do Jack Knlvts
ti do Pli es
4 loxes SaJeratus
Tl rim c 'csh, in Gov eminent fun is
By order of Cipt H B TODD. Provost Marshal
' W L. WALL. CO,
iu) 27 Auctioneers
ill
11 U T E r- i: H A WlLrJON,
AUCTIUNrtRs
IT! D S7 Alt- MKIL BALL Ot
VhUt cjOODS Iu virtue or two writs or con
i.n.i.r.tlaQ Issued from the clerk's offlce of the B...
I re me Court lor the District of Columbia, hold ine
i tfie district court of the United States for ihe sail
. uutricr, 1 will sen nv mr iuuc di aixin atreet
harf. on the Potoniao river, on SATURDAY, the
23d day of Ma) Instant, IBM, commencing at lo
o'clock a m , for cash, the cargo of the schooner
A Carson, ' consisting or
2 new Wagons
I new Buggy
100 bbls Apples
Large lot Udcr nnd Whisky
Lot or Tea
t bbls Catsup
Lot Candles
Larce lot new Furniture, toa-ether with many
other articles of merchandise
Also, at the same time, the cargoor tne scnooner
'Mary Ann"
Lot of large tanks containing Gunpowder
Lot Cider
Toe.lr.er.'l.h man. ''lt' Za""
dlte
us. ni.rmai, D c
BOTEU.R h WILSON,
mi IS-ldd Chron 1 Auotloneeri
..,, .Site aalenlthe achooner A Caraoa
andTarso 1. IKiitponed until THURSDAY next,
"''"" .ta"r"J.l?t?H LAMON,
U S. Marehal.
UliTFLERei WILSON,
1 m U-u
,-w n, .v, , 0I the ichooner Maltha Ann
"J ,,.",,ponri until MONDAY, In. lit
IJJ'.'jun.neat, ISCI, aame hour andBUc.
WARDH tAMON,
U S. Marabal.
oulHUl. vlLu.
( Am tierett,.
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