Newspaper of Evening Star, July 13, 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 13, 1855 Page 3
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EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Abt*fctio!* Cask?Wc copy the follow in? from the Baltimore American, of thi; morning: ?? On Saturday night last. a girl named Kin eline Palmer. aeed fourteen year?, left the rcf idence of her father in Georgetown, D C.. >ind came on to thi? city in the company of a man named MiKendrcc Dean, who had gained her affection?. It was not known to her parent* whither she had gone, nor was it suspected that she was with Dean, as no knowledge was had of any intimacy between them. A party was found who stated that they both left in the same train for this city, and on Tuesday after noon the father came on in search of his child. The police were informed of all the facts in possession of the father, and at six o'clock the captain of the eastern police station was re quested to put his officers on the watch. About nine o'clock that night, officer (latter found the house to which Dean had taken her. and where he had been living with her as his wife ever since their arrival in the city. Both were arrested and taken to the station, where they were kept all night. Dean was committed to jail to await the action of the father, who prom ised to let the magistrate know as soon a-> he reached home what would be done. The girl stated that she left her home, expecting that Dean would marry her as soon as they reached this eity. and her credulity was wrought u)*on by hi* promises to do a faithful part by her as his wife She is of very prejKissessing appear ance. aud bitterly repents of her folly in hav ing left her home for one who was wholly un worthy to be trusted. ??The father left for Washington city at nine o'clock on Wednesday morniug. with the un derstanding that he would telegraph to Justice McAllister what course he would pursue, lie was told if no communication was received from him before 6 o'clock p. m.. that Dean would be discharged. At six o'clock the coun sel for Dean demanded his discharge, but .1 u-s Jice McA. refused, and said he should wait mlil nine o'clock yesterday morning, when, if w dispatch should be received from Washing ton. be would discharge the accused. Accord ingly. ** nine o'clock yesterday, he was dis charged from custody, and said he should take the first afternoon train for Georgetown. At half-past two o'clock in the afternoon. Uie fol lowing despatch was received: ??Washington. July 12.?R. A. McAllister, in agist rate : The grand jury of Washington eounty. in this District, have indicted McKon iirce Dean for a high misdemeanor, and a bench warrant is now in my hands. I am in structed by the United states Attorney for this District to request that you w'dl bring h;m on to Washington, aud deliver him into my hands. ? Joxah D. Hoover, Marshal. C." Justice McAllister at once sent a despatch to Mr. Hoover, advi-ing him of the discharge* ?>t Dean, and informing him that be would probably reach Washington late in the after noon. where an opportunity would be afforded /or hi? arrest. Death or 3Ir Hills ?Intelligence was re ceived in this eity. by letter, yesterday, that Mr. Josiah B. Hills, formerly of Alexandria, Virginia, and afterwards a residen' of Wash ington. was murdered on the l3tb o.'May last. by Indians, within -00 miles of Cre?c?ut city. California. It is said that be. together with five others, were on theirjourney to the mine*, when they were attacked by Indians, and foarof the party killed Mr. Hiils and the other survivor su. ceeded ia elu lingthe navage- ; and. alter pro ceeding several miles, reached a shanty, ii. which he lay to from excessive fatigue, leaving his companion!" keep goard. But the latter, for a few minute*, left the premises, and on returning discovered that the same In dians had not only came up and entered the shanty, but had inflicted on Mr. Hills a mor tal stab, and were in tw Pet of making their work doublv ?uie by cutting kit throat. They fled, h wevcr. without accomplishing U*i. pur !***? ? .. ? . , Mr. Hills has left a family .'J4 thweuy. who-*e grief, it may be conceived, i* yondcied addi tionally acute in consequence of f??e manner m which his life was so suddenly an* shoe-a* ingly terminated. Ml.Sic in the Cai-itoi. (iuoixns.?Th?* per formance* of the Marine Band at the Capitol on Wednesday evening were. as usual, attend ed by a large concourse of the beauty and fashion of our metropolis, l'pif. Seal a ex ceeded even his former efforts to give general satisfaction by introducing in the programme a number of national airs mo?t masterly ar ranged for the band Among others, wc no ticed in particular the Marseille-' hymn, fol lowed by the beautiful national air. the lians de Vaxbe of our litile sister republic. Swit zerland. performed in a manner of which even Alpine bands might boast. Most appropriately succeeded the national air of the World's , greatest republic "Yankee Doodle;" both air? such as are only wafted aloft by the voice of freemen. Thi" introduction of national air? ??f different countries, is but a ju?t compliment to the many worthy foreign residents of our city, besides giving bearer- the characteristics, as it were, of the various nation? inhabiting the globe. The K vw Indians, who came to Washington on M >n?lay. to have one of their delegation made a chief, and for '? a big pile of money." were disappointed in their hopes. The acting Commissioner of Indian Affairs. (Mr. Mix.) however, eauscd them to be furnished with clothing, an article of which they were sadly k deficient, they having worn out their leggins and moccasins by the rough road they had travelled. They were yesterday afternoon placed in the three o'clock trainot cars, home ward hound ; Mr Henry Bittinger, a messen ger in the Indian bureau, intending to accom pany them a? far as Pittsburg, where they wiil be placed on a steamboat for St Louis, at which eity the Superintendent of Indian Af fairs will see that they are duly forwaidod t ? their homes in Kansas territory. They did not leave in a particularly good hum ?r. and grumbled considerably while at the station, because of the disappointment of ? their h'>pe?\ and the failure of their voluntary mission. ? E Chircu.?At a meeting of the vestry of Grace Church held yesterday, resolutions were unanimously pacsed. offering unto Al mighty God "prai-?c and thanksgiving for their deliverance from the great and apparent dan gers wherewith they were eucompassed;" ten dering their sincere thanks to the firemen of the city, and to the citizen? of the 7th Ward, lor their early, gallant and noble efforts, amid the peril of tire, to rescue the Church edifice from total destruction by the devouring flames: and requesting the Hector of the Church, the Hey. Alfred Holmead. to assemble the cougre ^ Ration on Sabbath next in the Church, although partially burnt, for the worship of Almighty tiod. and that the services of the Church be continue.!, as osual. without intermission. The following resolution was likewise passed by the v?try of the Church : "Krsulrtd. That a reward of IftO dollar? be pai I for .-u-h information as may lead to the arrest and conviction of the incendiary who fired Grace Church on the night cf the J 1th instant.'' By order of the Vestry : Taos. C. Wheeler. llegi?tcr. T? close a Resemblance.?There was a near approach to a bowio kuifo and pistol affair la?t night, which would probably liave ended The punishment of the innocent for the v f?'lty Iw ) young men resi ling in this city *** nearly resemble each other as frequ? ntly to deceive their acquaintances. One of them hii| been where he should not have gone, waich so offended another party, that the **yere punishment of ihc offender was deter mined on. L:?.-t evening, the unoffending party happened in the way of the injured one. who attacked him with pistol and knife. The n>s;?ulte?l j,.irty secured himself from irjury. but could hardly make his opjwncnt believe that he was the wrong man. We saw the of fender this morning. who laughs at the affair and consider? it a go?*i j>>ke. and is glad that #oui*- one exists to share with him the punich rnent of hi? ffemes. Poor Ere is the lounda f ti? in of the c.ifficultv Sai.k or I'ainti*<;>.?It should not be for gotten that the large and elegant assortment <>r oil painting advertised by McOuire, auc loceer, is t>< take plane this afternoon, in the ? 5? V'c building on the northeast corner ? tleveith -tjyvt iiiid Pennsylvania avenue. The Coxcert last night at Carusi's Saloon, for the benefit of St. Vincent's ?n<l St Joseph 's Orphan Asylum, wa-s largely attended. Many tickets were previously sold to persons who were not present on the occasion, hut who con tributed their money freely in aid of those be nevolent institution?. However, all the seats were occupied; a fact peculiarly gratifying to the friends of the orphan. We may truly fay. therefore, that the concert was highly su c cessful. The singing by the ladies and gentlemen, who generously volunteered their services, was delightful; and the auditory Mgnified their ap preciation of the music by oft-repeated and impatient applause. The programme embraced gem* from the most eminent composers, which, we repeat, were indeed creditably rendered. Professor Daunas presided at the piano-forte, which was from the manufactury of Jiallet. Davis & Co.?a sweet toned and powerful in strument. loaned from Mr J. F. Ellis' music store. The performance of the Professor w;is Mich as to elicit general and well deserved commendation. Property Sale.?Jas. McOuiro sold, yes terday afternoon, the whole of square 52H. bounded by H. Fourth, I, and i'hird ,-treet?. It was sub-divided into twanty-six building lots, and sold as follows: Lot No. 1. Thos. Croggen. 27c.; No*. 2 and .3. Joseph S. Boss. 21c ; Nos. 4 and 5. George Kuiiuert. 20Jc.; No. 0. Geo. II. Varnell, 21c.; No. 7. A. Roth well, 23c.; No. 8. Chas. Bell, 30c.; Nos 9 and 10. J. Daisy, 19c.; Nos. 11 and 12. Moses Kelly. 2le.; No. 13. Jos. llill, 21 ic.; No. 14, Wm. Tucker. 3<>r.; Nos 15 and lft. Moses Kelly. 21c.; No. 17. Win. Tucker. 2<>ic.; Nos. IS. 19, and 20. W. A Bradley. I Sc.; No. 21. W. A. Bradley. 22Jc.; Nos. 22 and 23, Charles Hibbs. ISjc..; No. 24. R. Bui-h ly. 2l?i--.; Nos. 25 and 2ft, John Fletcher. 22;. The company was large, and bidding quite spirited. We learn that some of the purchasers intend erecting handsome dwellings on their lots, thus improving that desirable locality. Breach op Peace ? L A Goldsmith was arrested yesterday and taken to the guard house for disorderly behavior in the street. Ilis actions were controlled by Captain Whis ky under whose orders he had placcd himself for the time, lie had a pistol in his hand which he did not fear to fire in the streets, en dangering the lives of tho*e who happened t? pass. After his arrest, he ga\o four officers trouble to take him to the Magistrate's office, their first intention, and they carried him to the guard-house, where he was confined, lie made no attempt at a defence of his conduct, only remarking "they who dance mu-^t pay the jiper He was held to security for court. Knocks and Know Nothixgism.?The case of James Haley, who was indicted for an as sault and battery on Charles C. Vermillion, was this morning submitted to the court, with out the intervention of a jury. Several witnesses testified?one of them saying that the difficulty between the parties originated in Know Nothingism. The Judge remarked, that had nothing to do with the in vestigation; it mui necessary to state only the circum-tances of the a sauli. and battery; and he further remarked, that both oi them tnu-t have been drunk, and that every man has a ri^ht to his opinion, and ought to accord t;? others the privilege which he el.iims for him self. Vermillion, too. ha* but one arm. In consideration of the circumstances, lie sen tenced the defendant to pay a fine of eight dollars Georgetown College.?Wo have received from an anonymous source, but which does not make t he present less acceptable, a copy of the cafal <guc ;,J t he officers and student* of George town Colb-gc t"r >lie '"ear ls.?4-"55. and the ?? Theses from Logic. Metaphysics. Kthics, and Natural Right defended"'during the present schola-ijc year, in that time honored and pop ular in-titutjon. It i.- printed both in Latin and Anglo-American. Criminal Coi rt.?Thomas Fealey indicted for selling liquor with' ut li--en-e. was tried and eon?? ted --t the offenec charged. The same. f,.r kcej ir.g a ?u~.rderly house, not guilty. Willtam Shelby, charged'with oifcnce? -imilar to the above, was acquitted. John Waugh, j t -1 r' d. wa> found guilty of stealing ^722 ' ;x"in a ????? .* ] barber, namee Jackson, residing in u:-^t"?n Severs I other cases were in pr-'gresj when, at noon, we lclt the court-house. Watc ii Reti res?Jame* Dailey. drunk and disorderly; workhouse 30 days. L A Gold smith. firing a pistol in the street : fine and cost L A G'.l 1-mith. profanity, do. ICOMHfXICATED. Tiik Bov Ridgewav.?Mr. Editor: The h>e:il columns of the Star, of last Wednesday, contain a report of the arrest of my son, charged with the theft "of a port-monnab* from a lady in the market,'' which I respect fully ask permission to explain. The lady, it is true, lost her property in some way. and, thinking that my hoy had taken it. seized him end ;? - use I him of the theft: when he denied it. ar-1 fought the lady. For this suspicion, he was committed to jail for stealing, and also l<.r the assault, by Justice Morsell. and now lies in prison. These are the facts, or substance of them; but there are matters involved in the iirx-est by the officer and action of the magis trate that should be known to the public. It is a fact that he is, as stated, '? a lad well known to those who attend our markets," but i- equally well known to be insane. This the officer mu.-t have known, *nd the Justice also, and. therefore, no such action on their part should have taken place. He is not only in sane, but has so been pronounced by D< Miller, who gave ine an order to send him to the " Insane Asylum," but that building not being completed, 1 have no other alternative but to wait until he can be properly cared for. The frequent arrests of him I therefore think most' unwarrantable, and the present the lea.-t excusable. It certainly appears al though the officers and magistrates who have ttiu< lu ted, can have only done so for sake ot the fees, for when the boy heretofore has not had money to pay costs. 1 have had to do so for him. which I am illy able to spare, being a poor man. Other justices have fined him on account of his prompt rc.-entment of insults and asr.ults. These things are done from spite. I have uo doubt, because of my Anti Know Nothing principles. I was one of the seven auxiliary guards who voted for that la mented eitizen. Mayor Maury, but resigned before Mayor Towers had uu opportunity to turn mc out. as he did the other six. This unprincipled faction, have therefore persecu ted me ever since, through my poor boy, and otherwise. I tru.-t. however, that the whole matter may be brought to the test before court, when I aui certain my assertions in the main will b<* proven, and my feelings vindicated from the reflections cast up >n mc and my family by those miscreant officials. July 13 H. Ridgewav. [Note ?The boy in question is well-known around the Star office, being a regular seller of newspapers at all the public places. He is epileptic, and though it is very difficult to make him understand anything, he is remark ably industrious and attentive to his business, ami is noted among the boy- for taking care of his money. On account of his peculiarities of temper and apparent obtuscncss of intellect, tiic re-t of the boys are always - running rigs'' on him. which he is ?ure to resent with a fight. H? has been in the habit of frequenting our office for nearly two years, and no one in it has ever had the least reason to suspect his hon esty.?Editor of t 'nt .S/rtr.] NOTICE. 'IM1K duties of my Acadcmy will be resumed A September 3, 1^55. The number of Pupils is limited to twenty-live. Pareuts or guardians who desire to avail themselves of the privilege of put ting their sons or wards under my direction and government, will please apprise the undersigned before the commencement of the next scholastic year, and places shall be reserved for them. The terms will be 1*1*2 50 per quarter of eleven Wftks, for which sum instruction will !>e given in all the branches usually taught in schools or a hiyb grade in both tlie .Mathematical and Classical De partments. French and Drawing will be an extra charge. The services of the be>t Instructors in the above branches will be secured. T. W SIMPSON, ^ 101 West street, Georgetown, D. C. LAND WARRANTS. LAND Warrants wanted at the highest rates by KKLLKR & McKRNNEY, 15th street, opposite the Treasury. )y 9?lm? l?7"Sy philift, Scrofula and Di?ea*e<l Blood. For the cure of these terrific diseases CARTER S SPANISH MIXTURK is the only specific.. The proprietor* have in their possesion over one hundred certificates of the most extraordinary cures effected by it. We refer to the certificate of Richard Adams, late High Sheriff of Richmond, Va., E Burton. Commissioner Of the Revenue for Richmond; Gen Welch, of the Mammoth Circus; Dr. Hendley, of Washingtoncitv; Wm A Matthew* and C. H. Luck, Esq., of Richmond. Va.; F. Boy den. Ex change Hotely Va.; and a host of others who have seen case* of the worst description cured tiy Car ter's Spanish Mixture. They all certify that it is the greatest purifier of the blood known. - *Sec aavc -tiOMl. i IH" Noah Walker It Co., Marble Hall Clothing Emporium, under Browns' Hotel, re spectfully announce that their display of Spring and Summer Clothing is now ready for inspection comprising an assortment of Coats. Vests and Pantaloons of the newest and richest designs in material, trimming and workmanship To gen tlemen who study exccllence with economy in fashionable articles of dress an opportunity for se lecting is offered from one of the largest and most attractive stock of i;oods ever offered in this city at a very reduced scale of prices. ap 17 UI7* Z. D. Oilman. Druggist, has removed to 62* Seventh street, opposite the Patriotic Bank, and is now prepared to till all orders for Medicine Paints. Oil and Glass on accommodating terms. Strict attention will be paid to physician's pre. scriptions at all hours of the day and night. The night bell is on the right of the store door, ap 11 _____ JX7" A Phenomena in Medicine.?Bronchi tis, Cough. Dyspepsia, I ,iver Complaints, Scrof-' iila. Ac. For ;itl diseases of the Female System it stands pre-eminent. A Clergyman just informs us it has cured him of Bronchitis of a desperate character?particulars hereafter. HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTURE? By its mild action on the stomach, liver and kid neys. will cure Dyspepsia, Cough, Asthma, Bron chial and Lung Affections. Pains in the Back. Side and Breast. Consumption, Scrofula. Rheu matism, (lout. Neuralgia. Fistula. Bowel Com plaints. Piles, Worms and Nervous Debilities? with all diseases arising from impure blood, and is the greatest female medicine ever known. This invaluable medicine is working wonders upon the human frame. Sold by MORTIMER A MOWBRAY. MO Bal timore street. Baltimore; 304 Broadway, New York; CHAS. STOTT ft CO.. J. B. MOORE. D B. CLARKE, CLARKE A BOWLING, W. EL LIOT. and H.McPHERSON. Washington; also, by R. S. F CISSELL, Georgetown; C. C. BER RY. Alexandria; and by Druggists everywhere. (IT* Baker's Premium Bitters.?The fol lowing certificate, from a gentleman well known in the "city of Richmond, has l>een sent to the pro prietor of this valuable medicine. Dear Sir?This is to certify that I have suffered many years with the Dyspciwia. and had employ ed at different times three aulu physicians in try ing to make a cure of that awful dfsease. but all in ?ain. I then commenced usin^ various Medicines that were recommended to me oy my friends, and instead of getting letter, I continued to get worse. I then sent for Dr. Johnston, and he at once re commended me to use Baker s Premium Bitters, which proved to l>e 11^* best prescription I ever tried, and the only medicine I ever took to raise me to my health again. My wife also, had suf fered with the same disease and debilitation, to gether with other symptoms. Ac., which she found the Bitters to give immediate relief. They give a general tone and strength to the whole system. It is with pleasure 1 recommend them to others J P. IIL'AKLES. To Mr. E. Baker. Proprietor. Price 50 cents per bottle. To be had of CHAS. STOTT A CO.. Wash ington. D. C.; CANIIY A HATCH, and SETH S. HANCE, Baltimore; and by Druggists every where. eo3t IIT1 l>r. HooHuikI's t elelirated German Bitters.?Weak, nervous, depressed in spirits, and a prey to innumerable mental, as well as phy sical evils, the victim to dystw-psia. is indeed an object of couunisseration. Yet it is absurd for him to despair. We care not how weak, low, nervous, ami irritable he ritav ?m>, th? cordial prop erties of HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, are stronger than the many-headed monster, which is preying upon his body and mind, and it' he chooses to try them. vii> viii ir^Uiu U tpeei'y cure. See advertisement. je ??3m iij' Ayer's Cathartic Pi IN.?Pills thit <ir* Pill.% ' ? Puor IIayks, State Chemist of Massa chusetts, says they aie the best of all Pills, and an nexed are the persons who certify that Dr. Hayes knows, viz ? Shaw, Chief Justice of ?he Supreme Court of Mass. Eviory Washbt'i:\, Governor of M. ss. W. C. Plokh ij Lieut Gov. Ma.-s Edward Everett. Ex-See. of <tate ind Sena tor U. S. R<ibki:t C. WiNTitnop. Ex-Speaker ifouse of Reps , U S A A rb"t t Lv\vrln( n, Minister PlenliH). to Great Mrifain. |Jou>B Fitzpatkh *, Catholic Bishop of Boston. MEN THAT AI5F. MEX ! Among the diseases this Pill has curcd with as tonishing rapidity, we may mention I'ostiveuess, Bilious Complaints, Rheumatism. Dropsy. Heartburn, Headache arising from a foul Stomach. Nausea, Indigestion, Morbid inaction of the Bowels and pain arising therefrom, Flatu lency. Loss of Appetite, all Ulcerous and Cutane ous Diseases, which reiiuireanevacuant medicine. Scrofula or King's Evil. They also by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure many complaints which it would not lie supposed they could reach ; such as Deafness. Partial Blindness, Neuralgia ami Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout," and other kin dred complaints arisi.ig from a low state of the ImhIv or obstructions of its functions. They are the best Purgative Medicine ever discovered, and you will but need to use them once to know it. Prewired by DR. J. C. AYER, Lowell, Mass.. and sold by everv' respectable druggist. . Sold bv D. 'OILMAN. Washington, O. M LIN Tilt CUM. Georgetown; JAMES COOK A CO., Fredericksburg. je 1??'2m !;*."* Premiums ntthe Fairs?Whitehurst's still iii the ascendant.?The juries of each of the late fairs at Baltimore. Richmond, and New York, awarded their [lightest premiums to J II. W. for their superiority of Photographs, Stereoscopes and Da^ucreotypes exhibited Air W. also received two medals at the World's Fair, London, and a premium at Crystal Palace. New York Also, the first awards of the Maryland Institute for three years past. Whitehurst's Gallery in this city Is on Pa ave nue. b-tweeeu Four-and-a-half and Sixth streets. feb 17 D1EO. On the 12th instant. MARY, daughter of Annie I). and Capt. Sutherland. U. S M t'. Ami on Friday morning, the |:{th instant, HELEN, only child of Annie 1) and Capt. Sutherland. The friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral at the residence of Capt. S., at 5 o'cl'k this evening. * WANTS^ IVTANTED?BY A HEALTHY WOMAN, A Situation as Wet Nurse. Apply at 51 A st.. north of Capitol Hill. jy 13?2t* HOUSE WANTED?IN A HIGH and healthy locality, not above 13th street. Must have gas fixtures, a yood yard, and water. Address House, through the Post Office, giving full jKirticulars ami rent, which must be moderate. jy 13?It# WANTED?A FEW GOOD \YAITF.RS tor Old Point Comfort. Apply at Willard's Ho tel. jy 13?3t WA N T E D?A GOOD SERVANT WO man to do housework generally. Good re commendations required as to capability. Apply at Rev. JNO LANAIIAN'S, No. 108 West street, Georgetown, D. C. jy 1*2?3t WANTED?ON RENT, A HOUSE contain ing ten or twelve rooms, situated between 5th and 12th streets west, and Pennsylvania ave nue and G streets north. Possession to be given prior to September. Address Box 623 City Post Office. jy 11?eo3t# WANTED IMMEDIATELY, A COMFORT able two-story Brick House in the neighbor hood of the City Ilall or Capitol. Apply at SCHWARTZE A SON'S Drug Store, next to U. S. Hotel, Pa. ave. jy 10?eo3t WANTED?EVERYBODY TO KNOW that they can get a lot 24 feet front bv 130 feet deep, for the low price of ?75?payable S3 a month without interest. Apply at theUnion Land Office 7th street, above Odd Fellows' Hall. ap'???3in JOHN FOX, Sec. B0AKDING_. TVOTICE.?FOR RENT?PARLORS AND 11 C hamliers, with l>oard. Also, table and tran sient board, with a bathing room and shower baths, and every attention to render it most agree able to her boarders. Mrs. P. G. MURRAY, Corner Pennsylvania avenue and 4>{ st. ap 23?3m Board, Ac ?mrs. bates,on thes. w. corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 9th street, is prepared to accommodate gentlemen with rooms, with or without board. Every effort will be made to render those comfortable who may favor her with their patronage. apfi?it FOR SALE A WD BENT. 1^ O R K F. N T-A TWO-STORY BRICK r Dwelling on 11 street, near Mh street, No. 276 pleasantly situated, with a tine enclosure and con venient outbuilding*, furnished or unfurnished. Apply at the premises. jy 13?tf |7*OR SALE?A LOT ON CAPITOL *HILL. I- containing I'i. Vjo feet. It can be divided into halves. Enquire of K. F. QUEEN, 7th street, near the Northern Market, jy II?2w Dwelling for rent ?Lot* for sale ? That pleasant and desirable Frame House.

No. 510, 011 L street north, between 6th and 9th streets, one square from the Northern Market. The rooms are ail of good size, and conveniently arranged, pump in the yard, the back building is large and newly built of brick. The yard paved. Rent moderate Also, several desirable Rnilding Lots for sale on liberal time, or lease for a term of years in squares 21*. 331, 117, 4^1, 778, 793. 820. -17. ?01, 924, W5. Apply to JNO GEO. ADAMS. Grocer, corner Sth and L streets north, jy 11?U# FOR rent?a FRAME HOUSE, on 14th. between II and I streets, containing ti rooms, kitchen and cellar. For further particulars en quire ot No. 42u two doors north of the premises, jy 9?eotf FOR rent?TWO NEW BRICK HOUSES on N. between 12th and 13th streets. They contain two jarlors. tive chambers, servant's room dining room, kitchen and double cellars, with convenient yards and out houses. The buildings are located in a healthy and rapidly improving part of the city. Rent foil per month. For fur ther particulars enquire on the premises, jy 7?eo3t# FOR RENT.?A handsomely furnished House near the Public Department is offered for rent. '1 o a responsible tenant the rent will be moderate. The House contains a bath room and gas fixtures. Enquire 011 the premises. No. 270 H street, jy 5?1 in# For rent?the building on dst. near the corner of Twelfth, is for rent, either in part, or whole. Apply at the Star otlice. j? 20?tf FTOR SALE ?A SMALL FRAME HOUSE and Lot, No. 50 Louisiana avenue. Washing ton. It presents a rare opportunity to a person wishing to make a good investment. If not sold soon it will l?e for rent. Also, a three-story Brick House and Lot. No. 57 Hiyh street. Georgetown, Lot 26 feet front by 1GU feet deep; will be sold low and 011 a long credit. W A N TEl)?A few shares of Georgetown Build ing Association Stock. Apply to E K. LUNDY, No 12^ Bridge street. Georgetown; or No. 400 F. street, Washington. je2I?tf For rent?in Alexandria, va, that large three-story Brick House, well known as the best stand in the city for a hotel and restaur ant. 011 Cameron street, opposite the market house, and now occupied by Mr. McGonegal. Possession given on the 1st of July. Address LI.OVD A CO., Claim Agents, Fifteenth street, opposite the Treasury, Washington, D. C. iny 30?tf Rents reduced to suit the times ?150 a year will be received for the rent of those new and convenient Cottages at Kendall Green, with two acres of ground, stable, wood shed, and other conveniences attached Pumps of pure water are near the door, and communication is had with Georgetown by way of II and Seventh streets and Pennsylvania avenue rncrniug .out af ternoon, ?t ti.? usiu,j i?re; for the accommodation of clerks In the Departments. To secure the advantage of this great reduction of rent, immediate a/tplirntion must be made to the undersigned, either by letter or at his house at Kendall Green. after otlice hours, where the keys may be had ana ???? houses inspected at any tune. Several of these residences will In* sold on libe ral terms. WM. STICKNEY, No 4, Kendall Green. N. B ?Rents paid qua.terly in advance. ap 9?eotf IjlOR RENT?SEVERAL HANDSOME PAR* lors and Chambers, with Board Also, Table and Transient Board. Inquire at Mrs. SMITH'S, 2-"13 F street. ap 9?tf FiOR RENT OR SALE ON REASONABLE Terms ?A three-story Frame. with basement, on New York avenue, between Fourth and Fiflh streets west Also, a tnree-story Frame, with back building, on I street,north, between Fourth and Fifth streets west Apply t o James W Barker, residence on II street lorth. between Twelfth and Thirteenth streets vest DICKSON A* KING, ap.j?Thtf Georgetown. ]^OR R ENT?TIMS THREE STORY STORE and Dwelling, No. s> Bridge street, George town, so long occupied as Eioinert's Confection ery. Apply to AUN Y, next door my 25?l.twtf IaOR RENT.?FOUR NEW AND CONVE nient Brick Houses, brown mastick fronts, containing parlors with marble mantels, dining room, kitchen, servant's room, and live chambers each, and situated on Thirteenth str:*et, Island, near the public grounds.convenient to Pennsylva nia avenue and the Departments. Kent very mod erate. Apply at R H. Clarke's otlice, corner of Sixth street and Louisiana avenue, or at D. 11. Clarke's 1)m_; Store, Eleventh street, Island, mar ti?wtf \VALUABLE LITTLE FARM FOR SALE. The subscrilier will sell at private sale his lit tle Farm, known as Sterling Cottage, upon which lie now resides, situated in Alexandria county. Va . near Ball's -y. Roads, four miles from George town. six from Washington, ei^ht from Alexan dria. and will be but one mile from the Loudon Ac llauqishire Railroad. The tract contains 10^ ai res. 15 of which is under heavy timlier. the bal ance is under a high state of cultivation, with good fencing and a never failing stream of water run ning through the place. The improvements are a very neat story and a half dwelling, with a brick cellar under it. and outhouses, consisting of a barn, ice house, meat house, corn house, hen house, kitchen, ami house tor servants. The yard is very larure and shady, and decorated with the most choice flowers, and a well of the most excellent water near the door, the hark yard is enclosed by a beautiful cedar lied^e. and the front by |>alings. There is also a beauti ful chest nut grove standing in front of the yard. The lands adjoining arc those of Col. W. Minor S. Minor. L)r. XYouderaud Mrs. Gardner. Its lo ? itloti is convenient for churches, grist and saw 11 Ills. |>o?t oilice. .V c. The at>oveproperty posses ses advantages which will be apparent to all who desire to sec ure a pleasant and valuable country seat. A great bargain may lie had by an early applica tion, as I ant desirous ol' moving to a larger farm, jy 9?2awlm MOSES A. FEBKEY. Homes for all ?beautifully and healthily located Building Lots, 21 feet front by 130 deep, on graded streets, can, until spring, be bought at the exceeding low price of #75, pay able S3 i?*r month. Title indisputable. I uiou Land Oilice, Seventh street, above Odd Fellows' llall. JOHN FOX, Secretary jan 9?(?iu |OK SIIILL1NGTON has just received ' Harpers Magazine for J uly Putnam's do do Graham's do do Ladies' Gazette of Fashion do Chandler's Journal do Household Words ^ do Godey's Lady's Book do New York Journal do SHILLING TON'S Bookstore, jy 2 Odeon Buflalng. CUMBERLAND COAL.?For sal* by the > cargo or boat load, by HOWARD A POOR. je25?eoGt Alexandria, Va. PM'-NH BASKETS.?Just opened a variety of Pic-Nic, Traveling, Card, Oilice, Work, School and Toy Baskets. , .......Mwas/oj VV? VitWUn, Pocket Cutlery, Cages, Music, Musical Instru ments, Stationery, Ac. JOHN F. ELLIS, 30G Pa. av., betw. Ninth and Tenth sts. J? B?t SPECIAL NOTICE. WE would respectfully inform all persons hav ing accouuts with us that they are all made otf, and those that are not called for will be ren dered in full to 1st J uly, when we very reasonably expect and most earnestly request that they will come forward and close them without giving us the trouble of calling a second time. In connection with this notice, we take this op portunity of expressing our thanks to those friends and customers who have so liberally and promptly patronized us during the past six mouths, and hope for an increased continuation of the same by giving our personal and strict attention to busi ness, and conducting it upon fair atidcorrect prin ciples. COLLEY A SEARS, 523 Seventh street, 3 doors north Pa. av. je 25?eoGt SEALED PROPOSALS FOR FUEL, Office of U. S. Penitentiary. ) Washington, July 10, 1S55. > SEPARATE PROPOSALS will be received at this otlice until 110011 of the tirst day of August, 1SS5, for furnishing the prison with . 125 cords of half seasoned ^ood oak Wood, ol me dium size, and free of lop wood 'JO cords good pine Wood 50 tons red ash anthracite Coal. The wood to l>e delivered upon the Penitentiary Wharf, and the coal in the prison yard. THOMAS THORN LEY, jy 11?eotAttgl Warden. AUCTION SALES. <?RLEN A s? < >TT Auctioneer* Groceries. cigar*. watthex, and Furniture nl Am lion?On SATU RDAY the Uth instant, we shall wll, in front of our Auc tion Store, at 9 o'clock a. m., 6 boxes Yellow Soap Family and other Groceries ltuwo Cigars A large lot of Furniture Also. Gold ami Silver Watches and Jewelry. GREEN A SCOTT. jy 13?It Auctioneers. By GREEN A SCOTT. Auctioneer*. VALUABLE BUILDING LOT on 7th, be ' 'w"w M ??nd I street* at Aaction?On ? l HUh instant, we shall sell, at 6 ? ?wi ^ m"' in lroul of the premist>s. a handsome building I.ot, situated on the east side of Seventh street wpst. betwwn H and I streets north, having a front oi 4, teet lu inches, running back to an out let to a wide aliey. KM feet it will I* divided in lots to suit purchasers or together. The alwve described property is on an elevated situation, and considered very desirable for any kind of business purposes, being nearly opposite the wagon vard, in the most business part of Tth street. Title indisputable. Terms : One-fourth cash ; balance In 6, 14, and lv months, for notes bearing interest. A deed given and a deed of trust taken GREEN A SCOTT, jy 13?d Auctioneer*. By J C. MAGI IRK. Auctioneer CHANCERY SALE OF V ALL ABLE IM p roved Urn I Estate and Mnrkut Garden. By virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia for Washington county, made in the cause wherein Mary Hoffman, admin istratrix aud heir-at-law of Thomas Moore, de ceased. is complainant, and Hannah Moore, and James Moore, and Laura Ana Moore his wife, heirs-at-law of said Thomas Moore, deceased are defendants. \o. l.<??7 inchancery, the subsc ri ber. tru>tee appointed bv said decree, will sell at public auction, on TUESDAY, the loth day of July. 1-55, at t> o'clock, p. m . on the premises, the whole of square No ?l3, in the city of Wash ington. fronting 310 feet on earh of 11th and 12th streets west, and Sri feet 2 inches on each of V and W streets north, and containing about 02.672 square feet of ground, with buildings, improve ments and appurtenances, which consist of a well and substantially built two-story brick dwelling house and frame'stable. Ac. The above property is eligibly situated and rap idly enhancing i,i value, aud has been occupied and cultivated as market garden for many years, is in an excellent condition for that purpose, and with a very short distance of either of the city markets, and otters to |>ersons desirous of obtain ing a valuable market garden or makiug an in vestment, a rare onportunity. The teri,ir or s^le, as prescritied by the said de ctc?, y. ill lie one-fourth of the pure ^ase money to be paid in cash, and the '".'.lance in 6. 12. is and -.1 months, to be soured by the purchaser's note, waring nifCre>t from the day of the *ale. with *e , C'.,rity to be approved by the tri'stee. L* j>on the I full payment of the purchase money and interest, i and the ratification of the sale by the Court, the ! trustee will convey the property to the purchaser j iu flee. If the terms of sale are not complied with in six days after the sale the property will I* resold at the risk and expense of the purchaser. ui>on one week's notice. All conveyances V. expense of the purchaser 0HAS S. WALLACH, Trustee. J AS. C. McGUIRE. Je 1.)?eo&ds Auctioneer. ID* The above sale is postponed in conse quence of the rain, until FRIDAY afternoon. Ju ly 13th, ?a!U'j hour and pla?-e CHAS. S WALLACH, Trustee JAS C McGUIRE. Jyti-at Auctioneer. Dy J. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. TWO DESIRABLE DWELLING Houses in the Fir?t Ward at Public Sale.?On WEDNHSDAY afternoon. July 1-th, at G>^ o'< lk on the premises. I -.hail sell Lot No 23 in square No. 1(17. fronting on north L street, between l-ih and 19th streets west, with the improvements con sisting of two good and well finished two-story and attic frame Dwelling Houses, one containing seven and the other ten room*, with stables, wood s!.? ds. and other nece?ary outbuildings. Tcima: One-third ca^ii j residue in (?, 12 and Is months, with inter. ,r. secured by a deed of trust on the premises. JAS C. McGI IRK. jy 11?coids Auctioneer. By J C. McCUIRK, Auctioneer. IMIUSTEE'S SALE OF A Y It LI" A RLE Farm situated at Rail's Cr??| Road*.? Dy virtue of two deeds of trust, duly made and recorded among the iand records for Alexandria county. Virginia, and by instructions from the parties interested, the subscriiier will sell at pub lic auction on TM URSD.VY. Julv 19th, at 12 o'clk iu.. at the am tion rooms. a valuable tract of land, containing !22 aeres. adjoining Ball's Cross Roads said tract K-iii^ a portion of the "Glebe Farm,'' formerly owned by Gen. J P. Van Ness. It is proposed to divide the farm into four lots, car h containing a fair pert ion of open and wood land, and to be sold separately, with the right to one half the growing crop, tine of the lots con taining 31 acres, has a good substantial farmhouse, overseer s dwelling, turn, and other out buildings on it. A plat of the subdivision may l>e seen at the Auction Rooms Terms : One fourth cash residue in twelve and eighteen months, with interest, secured by a dee<\ of trust on the premises. JAS. C. McGUIRE, jy9?eo&ds Auctioneer. By GRKEN & SCOTT, Auctioneers. ! "17"ALUABI.E BUILDING LOT on l<Uh tt. * weat nt Aaction.?On TU ESDAY, the 17th instant, we shall sell, in front of the premises, at 6% o'clock p. m . Lot No. 1, in Square No. 124, having a front on 19th st. west of 59 feet % inch. i running back loo feet IU inches, between north 1) street and New York avenue, containing overoouo | square feet. Title indisputable. Terms: One-third cash ; balance in 3. 6. and 9 months, for notes bearing interest from the dav of the sale: A deed given and a deed of trust taken GREEN A SCOTT, jy 11?d Auctioneers. By GREEN A SCOTT. Auction<>ers. VERY HANDSOME BUILDING LOT ON 10th street, between G and H streets, at Auction.?On FRIDAY, the instant, we shall sell, in front of 1 he premises, at 6 o'clock p m , part of Lot No 11. iuVquare .No 313, having a front on the west side of loth street west of 2n ft lietween ti and H streets north, running ba< k 100 feet, containing 2.000 square fret. The above desi ril>ed property is handsomely lo cated, and in a very rapidly improving neighltor liood Title indisputable. Terms: One-fourth cash: balance in 6. 12. Is and 24 months, for notes bearing interest front the day of sale. A deed given aud a deed of trust taken. GREEN A SCOTT, Jy 10--d Auctioneers. By J. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. Large and choice collection of Rare and Benutit'u! Oil l'aiutiaji* at Auction.?On h KIDAY afternoon. July 13th, at 4* o' clock, at the Saloon over Farntiain's Book store, corner of ltth st. and Penna. avenue, 1 shall sell the largest and best collection of Oil Paintings ever ottered for sale iu this city, being selections by II.N. Barlow. Esq., from various galleries on the Continent. Amongst them may be found spe cimens of Holbien. Ilorreiuans, Oldl'ronck. Lan donio, Lewis, Sanford. Mason, Siu.zanick, Velas quez, Sir Godfrey Kneller. Vernet. Poussla, A. Van Willies. Manila. Shaker, jr., and others Also, a large and valuable collet tion of engrav ings, purchased at the sale of the late E. D. Ingra haul, Esq., Philadelphia. Mr. Barlow has just arrived with a very valua ble addition to those that have been on exhibition, consisting of about seventy choice specimens. The saloon will be open and the Paintings on free exhibition daily until the sale. Terms: 9100 and* under cash; over that sum a credit of 60 and 90 days, for satisfactorily endorsed notes, bearing interest JAS. C. McGUIRE, jy 10?d Auctioneer. By GREEN A SCOTT, Auctioneers. VALUABLE IMPROVED AND UNIM proved Property nt Auction.?On WED NESDAY, the If-th Inst., We shall sell, in front of the premises, at 0 o'clock p': in . part of Lot No. | 14, in Square No. 455, having a front of 2t? feet six inches on north G street, running back 121 feet 3 inches to a wide alley, between nth and 7th streets west, improved by two brick Houses, 14 by 31 % feet, each one story. Terms: $500cash; $1,100 payable in monthly instalments of *30 per month, without interest; the balance a credit of ti aud 12 months for notes bearing interest, the purchaser to give notes for the deferred payments, properly secured. Also, at T o'clock same evening, we shall sell, in front of the premises. Lots No* :j and 4, in Davidson's subdivision of Square No. 161, having a frout of 28 feet each on north L street, running 130 fan to a wide alley. Title indisputable. Terms: One-third cash; the balance in 6, 12, and 18 months, for notes bearing interest from tbe dav of sale. A 4w4 given and a deed of trust taken. GREEN A SCOTT, jyfi?d . Auctioneers. DO YOU WANT FIRST RATE ICE cream ? Go at once to AltN Y. Bridge sti?a, Georgetown, be was awarded a MEDAL by the Metropolitan Mechanics' lnstitute,for tt k caKAXi water icstj jntltiKU- may 2fr?eot( TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. REPORTED POR THE EVENING STAR. From Hayim Nsn Ori.eaxs. July 12 ? Tbe <teamer Gran ada. from Havana arrived. bringingdates to the bib. The steamer Crescent City lefl there tho same day for New York, and the El Dnvftde would leave for New York on the 10th to re pair previous to re-opening the communication between New Orleans and California The Captain General of Porto RiCo is dead The yelh.w fever is said to be making sal havoe there and also at St. lag,, Sugars were only nominally qnote.1 at Ila v.iLa and freight* were dull To European port* 5c lower. Miraculous Escape Provii>k!ice, July 13 ?The dwelling of Mr. John Tucker, near this city, was blown up and entirely dcstroyeJ by gunpowder last night, while he and his family were in bed A keg of gunpowder was placed under his bed. and a trail carried outride, where it was fired by some one unknown. Strange to *ay, no on# was injured Dismissal of Foreiga and Roman Catholic School Teachers Lonsvilli. July IS?The Board of Trustee# of the Public School* of this city have, by a vote of seven to five, dismissed several teacher* from the School* on account of their foreign birth and Roman Catholic proclivities. Much feeling exist*. Know Nothing Success at Charleston. Charleston. July 12 ?The Know Nothing candidate for sheriff has been elected by bW majority. Baltimore Markets. Baltimore, July 13.?Flonr. wheat, and corn are unchanged, with small sales at yes terday's rates. Charleston Markets. Charleston. July 12?Cotton. Sales of the week 4.V00 bales at a decline of J a Id Midd ling 10 a 10}. Receipts of the week. 2.500 bales The stock of rice in market is very light. Few York Markets. New York, July 13.?Cotton?The market i? heavy. Flour dull?sales of 5.260 bbls of State at 5K.75aS9.50, Southern Sit. Wheat? The market is firm, sales of western white at $2.50. Corn firm??alcs of 49.0(H) bushels at 91c. Pork firm, with an upward tendeney? sales of 1,000 bbls. at $19.75. Beef is firm Lard is dull and declining. Whisky is quiet at 40?c. Stock Market. New Y'ork. July 13?Stocks are firmer The money is easy. Sales at the first board ; Erie Railroad 52f ; Cumberland C<?al Com pany, 2yj; Reading Railroad V5i; New York Central Railroad. It'{: Virginia 5's 18J; l'r i ted States 6's of 1.^67. 1201; Delawero and llud*.n Railroad, 32 Bv J. C McGUlRE. Auctioneer rpRLVTEE'S SALE OF ? ALL ABLE 1*1 X proved and unimproved Keal Estate.? In pursuance ot a decree of tbe Circuit Court of tbe l>j%trict of Columbia, sitting in chancery, passed in a cause wherein Levin M Powell aii?l JeannetteC. Powell are con |>lainantv and Wm. A. Bradlev, Sydney A. Bradley, Chas M Thurs ton. William Thruston. Horatio Gates, Eliza, Jeamietteaud Diekerson Phillips Thrastoa; Sarah Thruston. Charles M . Helen K., and Thomas W. Thruston; Fannie C. Thruston, Jeannette B , Alfred B.. and Sydney Thruston are defendants, the undersigned trustees. appointed under said decree, will proceed to sell at public auction upon the premises, to the highest bidder, the following described Lots and Houses, situated in tbe city or Washington, viz: On Till'RSI)AY. the 12th day of July next. at 6 o'clock p. in., the whole of square 5efc. Thia square is bounded by Third and Fourth ats , be tween 11 and 1 streets and Massachusetts avenue, and will be sold in lot* suitable for building com fortable dwellings, and each lot separately On FRIDAY, the 13th July next, at 6 o'clock p. ni.. original Lots 6. 7, and S, in Square num bered t'?9u A portion of this property is improved by (rood substantial houses, the rest is unim proved. On MONDAY, the 16th of July next, at 6 o'elk p. in., lot Is and part of 19. in square numbered 16. This property is eligibly situated on K street, near the lower Georgetown Bridge, and is im proved by a well built three-story brick House, 1>a''k building and stable The terms of the said sale shall be as follows, to wit: One fourth i?art of the purchase money shall be paid at the time of said sale, and the bal ance in equal instalments, at 1.4. and 3 years, tb? purchaser to give for said deferred payments his 1?ond. with sureties to be approved by the trustees, or such other security as the trustees shall deem sufficient. If the terms of the sale are not compli?l with in four da vs. the trustees reserve to themselves tbe right to sell again, at the purchaser's risk and cost. All conveyance at cost of purchaser. W.B.WEBB, fTrustee. JOS H BRADLF.Y.Jr liniw" JAS C. McUUIRE, je ?iaw3\vA14,13,16July Auctioneer. (ABI.NET FLKNITIRE AND HOLSE FIKNISHING GOODS-Very Cheap! Til E Subscribers would call tb* attention of the public to the fact that they are selling*?* their Goods at greatly reduced prices, and purchasers will And that they can save at lW least 40 per cent by giving us a call. Our' ? ? stock enibraees every article (both new and second hand) usually kept in a complete House-Furnish ing Store. Furniture bought or exchanged Repairing and Varnishing promptly attended to. BO.NTZ4 COOMBS. Cheap Furniture Dealers, No. 7th st., j v ti_iw between 1 and K. SIMMER RETREAT. TON'S PAVILION will I the reception of visitors on the 5th of the reception or visitors on me oin oi July. The proprietor's table will be sup- f!!A plied with the delicacies abounding in theJUiJfc JJLAKISTON'S PAVILION will be open for Jul) plied with the delicacies abounding waters adjacent to Blakistou s Island. He hopes his endeavors to please will insure him a share of patronage from those seeking health or a little quiet from city bustle. The Steamers Maryland. Osceola, and Alice C. Price stop regularly at his landing Terms for one week or more. Si 45 per day. For a shorter time #1 5o per day. GEORGE W. BLAKlSTON. Je 26?lm* Proprietor AMERICAN HOTEL, Ke. 45b Pa. avenue, betwem \\ and 6th streets, S. HEFLEBOWF.R A L T. LOVETT, FKOPEiatOBS. jy 6?6m JORDAN'S WHITE SILPHIR SPRINGS, F^RKDERICK COUNTY. VA.?Opened on tbe 15th of June. From Baltimore, Wash ington or Cumberland in earlv morning trains to Harper's Ferry, thence oy WinchesterJlSiK Railroad to Stephenson's depot; from depot 1? miles in coaches to Springs in time to dine santa day. Rice's cotillon baud engaged. Sulphur baths. Medicinal effects of water well known. E. C. A R. M. JORDAN A BRO. jy 6?eoGw NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT I 1 shall apply to the Department of the Interior for the Issue of a duplicate Land Warrant, No. 100 06o for 40 acres, supplemental to Warrant No 33 045 for 40 acres, imued to Pleasant Lacy. with a blank assignment on the back thereof, which was purchased oy me of the said Lacy, and forwarded to a gentleman in Washington City, on the 14th of May last, and which has not been received by him 3 G. D NEAL. Pittsylvania C. H., Va , June 16, k?6. je 20?lawOw* IRAKIS, PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTI* J/ cles. Ac.?We have now In store a large vari ety of fine and common Fans. Harrison's and Lu bi'n's celebrated Perfumer)*. Brushes, Combs, vis iting and playing Cards. Tooth Powders. Porte Monnaies, Cigar Cases. Card Cases. Baskets. Ae , all of which we are selling out at low prices ?o suit the times at the Piano, Muaie, Stationery, e?d Fancy Goods Store of JOHN F. RLU8, 306 Pa. avenue, bet. ?h and 10th Me. may 43?tf ICC-1CK-1CKI . CHARLES WERNER, on Pa avenue, oppo site Browns' Hotel, will keep, throughout Che season, aa ample supply of Petti bone's best ICE. which he will sell, aa call, In any quantities, at the lowest possible rates. may 4??dtSep JV N