Newspaper of Evening Star, 30 Temmuz 1855, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 30 Temmuz 1855 Page 3
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EVENING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Escitixg Sports?Scenes of tuk Hitpo DnoM*.?-On Saturday night, between 10 ar.d 11 o'clock, several of the streets and avenues of the metropolis were selected for the display of extraordinary equestrian feats, by an ama teur. No previous notice having been given ? in the bills," the many persona who were abroad at the time were taken by surprise; and not a little excitcnient was consequent on tboproeeedingi. W e were standing in front of Brown's hotel, when, snddenly, cries were heard proceeding from near the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh street of ?? Stop them! stop them'" "Ho' ho!" " Go it, you beauties !" the last in the shrill tone- of a female. ?' A fi^htV' exclaimed a juvenile to his compan ions; and this was an invitatiou, uot unheeded, to follow him thither as fast a? their legs could carry them. The utmost possible confusion existed in that direction for a few moments only. Men. black and white, weroseen flying from every direction to the great point of at traction; beads were popped out of the win dows in that neighborhood; pianos coased play ing, and the organ-man. who wit grimliug meanwhile. was left without listeners. A hack and horses, it was evident, from the louder noises, constituted the more prominent features of the performances. For a while, there was breathles anxiety on the part of the citizens in that vicinity. What could it be that had disturbed the peace of the neighbor hood * Ar.d many were the inquiries pro pounded, without at that time satisfactory responses. While the wonder and alarm con tinued, the horses dashed from Seventh street into Louisiana avenue, and thence into Sixth ftreet, toward Pennsylvania avenue. City fa thers. (several of them.) gentlemen belonging to the military, errand boys, hackiuen. mer chants. and others, intensely excited for their own safety, took refuge in doorways, not know ing but that the swiftly moving t-^am would occupy the footways, and, by possibility, se riously interfere with their anatomy ! It flit by. however, to the relief of the spectators, and without a trace of the least damage. The facts in the case, as we learn, ure sim ply these: A young woman had mounted a back-box, and put whip to the horsev (which, the night being illuminated by the moon, seemed ambitious of showing their metal.) und damned swiftly up one street and down an other, the speed rivaling that ever displayed in a hippodrome. The equrUrifnue may wel claim an equality with the ancient Jehu, am really "dnveth furiously" when she is in rharge of a team and is hindered by no ob struction*. She at last halted between F >ur and-a-half and Sixth streets, iu a locality known as Marble alley, when, as a finale t.> her performance*, she displayed a disposition to taint, but yielded to the persuasion of a crony to postpone until another time the inter esting feat, and dismounted at the earnest so licitation of a gallant friend, whose soothing voice restored her to his arms and to eonscious k ness of the dangers she had pa-sed. Ho J. Lore* P. Waldo?We have seen one of the seven or eight pieces of silver ware, shortly to be presented to the above-named gentleman?a coffee pot. manufactured by our enterprising fellow-citizens. Gait Jc Brother, in a mo-t beautiful style. The inscription was executed by Mr William Phipps, and is as follows: "A memento of respect and iriend ?hip from the clerks and other gentlemen in the Pension Office to the lion. Loren P. Waldo, upon his retirement from office. W ashingtou. August 1, 18oi." Boat Clc?s.?On Saturday afternoon a num ber of small boats, belonging!? various clubs , of gentlemen in this city, were sailing upon the river, carrying passengers to and from Ar lington Spring, and other pleasant places on th?? Virginia ?hore. Among them we recog niied the Falcon Club boat propelled by oars, gliding rapidly toward Smith's Island. Pcr mr\* standing upon the shores were pleased with the appcarance of such small cratt upon the water, really believing that they add life and gayuty to the river. Contemplated Improtemext.?William F Bayly, having leaded the lot on Pennsylvania ?venue, between Lleventh and Twelfth streets, intends tearing down the house thereon, in which he recently ceased to transact his ?ta tionery business, ami erecting in its place two hand-vme stores. We are always gratified t ? record such instances of enterprise. Corporation Cake#.?Justice Bate has registered the following casi-\ which he has disposed of since Friday?ad under too muni cipal laws . James M-Grann, selling liquor on Sunday, confessed judgment, and was fined SIO and enst?; J. Goldsmith, keeping a dog without license fined Si and costs; T. Levy, running a cart without licen-e. fined and costs; Wm. BranUell and James Browers. urui.k and profanity, workhouse thirty days. Fcllt Committed.?Mr. Wm. 11. Riley and the officer.* of this city have returned from their official vi*it to the rosi'lcuce of fpalding C Moore in Maryland. Mr. R. identified about two hunajed dollars worth of his goods at Moore's house. Captain Birch fully com mitted Moore and bis son tor trial at the Criminal Court, this morning, alter hearing and considering the repoit of the officers. Propa51tt, Ac.?Virginia Smith was arrest ed on SatUiday by offceer Wise, on n peace warrant, and for profanity. She was sent to jail on failing to give security for peace, but released this morning on security, when she paid the fine in the Corporation cate. Marga ret Miller and Eliia Broohe?street fight. ?Kim was sent to jail for court, and Margaret wad dismissed. Ftre?On Sunday morning, about 2 o'clock, the brick stable, in the rear of W. B. Young s drug ?t >re on Pennsylvania avenu?. east of the West Market, was discovered to be on fire. The flames were wnn extinguished after h supply of water Lai been obtained. The roof and hay wore consumed; and the horses and carriages were removed without ?u-taming any damage. ??? FarQciEit White Sclphcr Sprijgr.-?A ma liei >ns report having been circulated that U learful disease is prevalent ct the alK?ve-namcd watering place, two respectable physicians, as it will be ?een by au advertisement in our columns, positively deny that such is the fict. Thk IIog Law.?The police of the Seventh Ward captured this morniug some filtcen or sixteen fine animal, found running at large ^ ?*<?ntrary to this law They were conveyed to the work-house to Mwait tne sale day or be r^*laiined. ??i. The Etctrsmhi, civic and military, of the Mongomery Guard*. is to take place on the #*cond, and not the twenty-third of August, a" wa* several da^s r?g-? erroneously stated. C'?E*r Ami semest.?This afternoon there is to be a '* Grand Concert and Bali at the Park (irove. Bergman's Baud is engaged. The admission fee is only fifty cents ; ladies free ? The St. Peteu a Scsdav School went on their excursion this morning to the White House taking with them a hue band of mu ?ic, and accompanied by many adult friends. Watch Retlr** ?H Cruubett. disorder ly in market; John Norn*, fighting, jail; Wash ington Hawkins, drunk, hue anu ;-u-ts; James Ma. rnahany. profanity, line and cost*. Flour Keti schooner Sussex, at this port from Laguayra, brought back 34)0 bbls and ^'OU half bbls. of Hour, being part of her outward cargo. This flour was shipped early in June when the current priees were from S10 76 to *10.87* per bbl. At Laguayra it would uot command within 38 per cent of lU cost, aud it was sent ba:k to this nort in the hope of finding a better market, Lut which with the additional charges will doubtless cause a lu*s of 50 per cent.? HaJt. Awrtenn. Cosste.vMEtT or Statuary.?The barque Thermae, arrived at New York on Friday, brought three ca?es of statuary, beirg the statues of Jefferson and Patrick Henry, # wit? ba? reliefs, wrought for the Mate of Vii Ifinia by Mx Crawfujd A Couple of Curious Weddings [From the Nrvr Orleans Cresent ] * * ? We hare heard of two marriages of recent occurrence here One was a mar riage romantic It was that of a stock trader in the upper part of tho citv. The wedding took place in church ; a hundred young ladies dressed like houris, acted a* bridesmaids, and and equal number of gentlemen as groomsmen. They formed a procession along the street which whs distracting to behold : and ontered the marital home from a street carpctcd with flowers. High revolry was held to a late hour, and as matrimony is contagious, a small epi demic of weddings is expected to rage soon. The other was a marriage dramatic. A re spectable young citizen wcoed and won a beau tiful young lady, equal in station to himself The wedding day was fixed, and everything in preparation; when the young lady suddenly discovered (as many a one before her has done) that her affianced was not the saint he pre tended to be; and in her mortification she dis carded him. He then put on dignified airs, and told his friends that he had broken off tho match, because he had discovered that the Soung ljidy's family were not a* respectable as e had supposed. This reached the ear of the youn^ lady's brother-in-law, and he took it upon himself to interfere in a friendly way. The young man had packed his baggage for a Northern tour, and was on board a steamer which had her smoke up for departure. The brother-in-law there found him; introduced himself politely, and in the most per>uasive manner in the world?namely, by putting one hand ??n the young man** shoulder, and with tho other fumbling in his own coat pocket? asked hiui to step ashore and get married. The young gentleman awoke to a sense of hi? un justness, and consented. In half an hour ho was married and happy: the brother-in-law acting as his grooinsmau, and wishing him joy when the ceremony was over. Now, who is prophetic enough to tell which of the above marriages will end in the great est happiness? Yorno America the Crimea.?A young American writing of what he saw in the Cri mea, says: One would be furprised to soe tho difference between tho feeling* of tho armies here. The English are all much downhearted, and do no thing but lament their sad fate. If asked when they expect to return home, they wil! say most decidedly " never:" feeling confident that if they eseape death in the battle it is on ly to be kept a? subjects for the cholera, which r.!ges fearfully. The French, on the contrary. ha\emade several bowling alleys in their camp, and, with a canteen full of jrrog. are perfectly regardless of their l'ature late, nevei looking further ahead than t'.iu next meal time. It. however, speaks bally for the dis ciplines of the armies to see the number of drunken soldiers at all times and places. Th?. English are forced to keep sentries throughout ?hjir camp, to prevent the French from selling their soldiers liquor, as it ha* already caused the death of several, it being entirely pur spirit*. It sells from seven to ten pc. bottle. California^ Arrived.?A goodly numhci of Califomians, arrived by the Star of the Wvst. came up in the Slaten Island boat thi* morn ing, after having an hour or two's reereatio. on shore at Quarantine. They were a study in attire, countenance, and deportment. Some of them, alas! showed unmistakable symp toms of deep-rooted disease ; and even if thin had acquired untold wealth, they had paid far too high a price for it. All bore the m irks oi having roughed it in the El Dorado, and a few sttmed to be hardened rather than debilitated by their exposure. The majority, however, were wa.-ted nien. Beards, moustaches, ani unscissorcd locks generally prevailed, while t'ueir attire was of an exceedingly varied, but universally negligr character, l'his may b - truly slid of them, that wh.-.tever sort ?>f hat they wore, they were themselves 4t wide awake.''?N. Y. Cum, Adv. Amkuican Soldiery?The last Westminster Re\iew has an article on America that widely contrasts with much that has hitherto come from the British press. For instance it says ??One knows not what is to be admired in the Mexican war?the facility with which ai. army of volunteers submitted to discipline, the perfection of their weapons, new inventions of America, handled with a skill previously unknown?the commissariat in a wild and va>t country, or the flexibility of their mechanics adaptations as to reporting. priming and com municating homeward. For fifty years ra-t. the merchant ships of the United States nave been better built than those oi" Great Britain' and as in 1812 our gunners were inferior to theirs, so at the crisis of the Mexican war. into which they plunged out of u long peace, theii pra tice in sm^li .irins was immeasurably su perior to anything the trainod British regular had at that time attained.'' to Swim.?The teachcr is sup plied with a pole some ten feet loug. to which a cord is fastened, which cord connects with a strap placed around the waist of the pupil. Thus the teacher, standing 011 the shore, or the wharf, can easily guide the movements of the swimmer; and the child acquires ama t- rv of the art much sooner, and gains self iorfidenc<.?which is the real secret of the swimmer's power?more readily than when supported on cork floats. Any mother could teach her child in a few days, with little in convenience to herself, by this happy thought, an art that may save that child's liic. Girls, by this method, will acquiro that confidence wLieh by any previously praeii.-ed mode it has been found so difficult to give the femi nine*.?New Yuri Mirror. Tomb or the N. 0. Typoorai'hical Union Wc leain that the New Orleans Typographic^: Ur.ion nag just had erected, in Greenwood Cemetery on Mctarie Ridge, a very beautifu and tasty tomb, a last resting plaoe for it members when "life's fitful dream is o'er and their labors on earth are ended. This is well, and as it should be. While it speak favorably of the eoonomy and forethought ot the printers, it will long stand as a monument i of sasred feeling* which dignify and ?.dorn I human nature. The tomb is by [ twenty-four feet, constructed of Kick witi. inaible front, contains twenty-fou* vaults and four receptacles, and is cemented inside.?N. O. Bulletin. A Man can get Drunk in eis own IIocse A ?iue occurred under the Maine law in thi city, on Tuesdav, in which a decision wis gJvtji in favor of the defendant. A man wa. con.-iderably intoxicated, and was making r disturbance in hisown hou^*, was arrested an J arraigned before the justice ou a charge ot violating the provisions of tho new law The p?;int urged by the counsel for the defence was, that the law aid not authorize tno appre hension of a man for being intoxicated in hi. own house. The pjint Wus finally sustained and the defendant discharged.?ifitj/u/u Cum nureiat. Feat ot 4. Cat ?A strange cat came into the Journal of C immerse printing office the othei night. [douhtlet? in pursuit oi' rat*, of which thv'IC are a plenty, very fat and sleek,) a id .<t fit St see!U?d imposed to make herself at hotn?r borne; but on a Reflection, she took fright and darted through one cf the open window into thin air D^irn. down, she tell, trom the fittn story to the stocc pavement, n di*ta ice of 50 o?* GO feet. The men looked out. to see if any portion <>f her tall was left, after such a smash; instead of which, they be held a whole eat, apparently unirjured. and she immediately ran oli to her lair, a;* if noth ing had happened. Ihe lied Hiver raft, that formidable aggregation of timber which ha.* so long chokeu up the navigation of the Red River of Tens, Louisiana and Arkansas, still remains undis turbed, and furnishes the newspapers with occasional it.'inj respecting attempts at it.i re moval. From the Washington (Ark ) Tele graph we learn that the work is now in piv gretsfor the latter purpose, under the direction of Col. Fuller, of the U. 8. Topograpical En gineers. Additional machinery and boat* are alao being prepared at Louisville for these operations. Heavy Rosbery.?Mr. S. D. Carpenter, editor of the Wnwmsiu Patriot, was robbed recently of Sll,000, while in the cars, at some point between Adrian a:td White Pigeon. He na 1 been on a business tour, disposing of ter? titorial rights for hit celebrated patent rota y pump and water metre. He had sold to an amount exceeding $80,000, and think* he tan, with prospect*, afford ty lose $11,000. [lJ~ To M?thfnan4Womrn Generally*? No Blixdiko, VoMitisa, Purging, on Blu Tl*t50 ? My Electric Oil is it perfect charm in it? action upon the absorbent*, which it ercilw to take up and carry out of the system all swellings, and allays all pains. You may physic till you are poor as a snake, and still the swellings remain. All local derangements require a specific applica tion. My Electric Oil is that verv beautiful rem edy. good for little children, as well an old people, and it pleases everybody. Come and see what a cure was just made in a distinguished family in Walnut street. Price 50 cents and SI. See my written name, Professor Pe Grath, South Eighth street, Philadelphia, on all the bottles. Messrs Stott A Co. alone have retailed about 8200 worth in a few days?and some of the most wonderful cures have been made here in Wash ington that was ever known. jy 27?3t JET Letter from Hon. John Minor Bottt, of Virginia* Richmond, July 9,1S55. Messrs Wm. S. Beers A Co : Gents?Consider ations of dutv to the afflicted alone prompt ine to send you this voluntary testimonial to tne great value of "Carter's Spanish Mixture," for that almost incurable disease, Scrofula Without being disposed or deeming it necessary to go into the particulars of the rase, I can say that the astonishing results that have been pro duced by the use of that medicine on a member of my own family, and under my own observation and superintendence, after the skill of thebe3t physicians had been exhausted and all the usual remedies had failed, fully justify ine in recom mending its use to all who may bu suffering from that dreadful malady. 1 do not mean to say that it is adapted to all constitutions, or that it will afford the same relief in all cases; for, of course, 1 can know nothing about that?but of what 1 have seen of the effects. I would not hesitate to use it, in any and even rase of Scrofula, with persons for whom 1 felt an interest, or over whom I could exercise influence or control. Respectfully, yours, Jno M. Botts. 1X7* More Evidence.?We have just been in formed bv a gentleman from the country with;* large family tnnt he has had a great many attacks of Summer Complaint. but not in one instance La he failed in making a j>erfect cure in less than 2-1 hours, with BAKER'S PREMIUM BITTKRS. He believe- also, that Sr>0 would not have paid hi <loctor's hill without the Bitters. He says nenever intends to do without it in his family. His nam* will be used if required, but not wishing it pub lished. Price 50 cents per bottle. To be had of CIIAS. STOTT A CO., Wash ington. I). C.; CAN BY A HATCH, and SET11 S. HANCE, Baltimore; aud by Druggists every where. eo3t 1X7* Noah Wnlker A Co., !>larl?le Hal! Clothing Emporium, under Browns' Hotel, re spectfully announce that their display of Spring and Summer Clothing is now ready foi 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 excellence with economy in fashionable articles of dress an opportunity for se lecting is o*rTed from one of the largest and most attractive stock of goods ever offered in this city ai a very reduced scale of prices. ap 17 1^7" A Phenomena in Medicine.?Bronchi tis. Cough, Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints. Scrof ila. Ac. For all diseases of the Female Systen it stands pre-eminent A Clergyman just inform ?is it has cured him of Bronchitis of a desperat* uaracter?particulars hereafter. HAMPTON'S VEGETABLE TINCTFRE Bv its mild action on the stomach, liver and kid tievs. will cure Dyspepsia, Con?ih. Asthma, Bron chial and Lung Affections, Pains in the Bar k -ide and Breast, Consumption, Scrofula, Rbeu mutism, Gout, Neuralgia. Fistula, Bow/el Corn ..laints. Piles. Worms and Nervous Debilities? with all diseases arising from impure blood, anc i< the greatest female medicine ever known. This invaluable medicine is working wonders upon thi human frame. Sold b> MORTIMER V MOWBR AY, 1 1<> Bal ti more street. Baltimore: 3<)4 Broad wav. New York CIIAS. STOTT .V CO., J B MOORE. D 13 CLARKE, CLARKE A BOWLING, W. EL LIOT. and H McPHERSON, Washington; :.J-c bv R. S. F. CISSELL. Georgetown; C. C. BER RY, Alexandria; and by Druggists everywhere. ^37" Premiums at the Fairs?Whiiehorst's still in the ascendant.?The juries of each of th< late fairs at Baltimore, Richmond, and New York awarded their hightest premiums to J H. W fo their superiority of Photographs, Stereoscopes anc Daeuereotypes exhibited. Vlr. W also received two medals at the World') Fair, London, and a premium at Crystal Palace New York. Also, the lir=t awards of the Maryland Institut' for three year* pas'. Whitehurst's Gallery in this city is on Pa avr riue, betweeen Four-and-a-half and Sixth streets feb 17 117" Z. ?? Gilmrtn. Druggist, hub reirovft to 5*28 Seventh street, opposite the Patriotic Bank a'id is now prepared to nil all orders for Medicint Paints. Oil anu Glass on accommodating terms Strict attention will be paid to physician's pre wriptions at r.ll ho :rs of the dav ana night. The night l?ell is on the right ol the store door. ap 14 jJT* Ayer's Cathartic Fills.?Pills that an Pills'?Prof Hayes, State Chemist of Massa ? husetts, says they are the best of all Pills, and an iexed are the persons who certify that Dr Hayei knows, viz: L>:.4i:el Shaw, Chief Justice of the Supremi Court of Mass r;*ouv Washburn, Governor of Mass. W. C. Plcxkett, Lieut. Gov. Mass. En waru Everett, Ex-Sec. of State and Sena tor U.S. Robert C. W hthsop, Ex-Speaker House o Reps , U. S. A. Abbott I.awrknck, Minister Pienlpo. toGrea Britain. t-'oHN B. Fitzpatricx, Catholic Bishop o Boston. :*ks that ark men ! Among the diseases this Pill has cured with as torn shin g rapidity, we may mention Costivenest,, Bilious Complaints. Rheumatism Dropsy, Heartburn, Hcadacbe arising from a fou Stomach, Nausea, Indige?tion, Morbid inactior of the Bowels and pain arising therefrom, 1'latu lency, Loss of Appetite, all L lcerous aud Cutane ous diseases, which require an evacuant modicine Scrofula or King's Evil. They also by purifying the blood and stimulating the system, cure, man, complaints which it would not be supposed the) could reach ; such as Deafness. Partial Blindness \euralgia and Nervous Irritability, Derangemen of the Liver and Kidneys, Gout, and other kin ?ire.1 comala-iuts arising from a iow slate of th? >ody or omtructions of its functions. They ar? the best Purgative Medicine ever discovered, anc you will but need to use them ouce to know it. Prepared by DR. J. C. AYER, Lowell, Mass. sold bv every respectable druggist. Sold bv D. OILMAN, Washington, O. M L1NTHICUM, Georgetown; JAMES COOK k CO., I- redericksburg. je 17?2m Dr. Iloofiand's Celebrated German Jitters.?Weak, nervous, depressed In spirits a::d a prey to innumerable mental, as well as phy sical evils, the victim to dyspepsia, is indeed an objoct of commisoeration. Yet it is absurd fci h'.m to despair. We OM not how weak, low nervous, and irritable be may l>e, the co-di.d prop ?rtles of HoOFLAND S GERMAN BITTERS, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, an ?.tronger than ihe many-heatlod monster, which is , reying upon his body and mind; and if hi chooses to try them, we will insuie a speedy enre Se? advertisement. je 7?dm IHAHKIhU. On the 21 li July, bv Rev Stephen P Hill, Mr IA ?l ES OVERT0N SANDERSON to ELLEN C BARNES, all of this city. DIED. On theHBtb July, utier a suort bnt painful ill ness JOHN' HENRY, infant son of David aud Christiana a-'ed 11 months and JS da, s On the g^tb July, Mrs. MARGARET L. TOL MIE, consort of the late Robert I'olmie, in the t- !st year of her age. WIRE DISH COVERS, Round and Oblong, t? In 19 laches, cheao. at U FRANCIS'S, jy 20 490 Seventh st. \LL MTRANGKIIS visiting the City should see Hunters Cata logue of the curiosities of the Patent Office. Al jjv his Description of Powell's Great Pictures. HtTN*l>'ttls {? ^ s<^en at -W Ttsftli* -^.*et. may 31?4 SPECIAL NOTICE.?To those of our custo mers who have not yet settled their accounts to the 1st inst., we l?eg leave to say that it will bt considered an especial favor if tney will, farther notification, attend to the same immedi ately. All bills lying over on the 1st of August will be again rendered. ELVANS A THOMPSON, 33?1 Pa. avenue, between 0th and 10th sts. jy 23?lw [OrgqfaJ * JORDAN'S WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS J FREDERICK COUNTY. VA? Opened on the 15th of J une. From Baltimore, Wash ington or Cumberland in early morningtrains to Harper's Ferry, thence by Winchester J !? Railroad to Stephenson's depot; from depot I# miles in coaches to Springs In time to dine same day. Rice's cotillon band engaged. Sulphur baths. Medicinal effects of water well known. E. C. * R. M. JORDAN A BRO. jy$?eoCw w WANTS. IMTANTED-BY A MIDDLE AGED Woman f f a situation as a Cook or do the eeneral house work of a small family. Addren "Ellen." at this office. __ jy 30?lt? W* ANTED?A SITUATION BY A resoerta ble young Woman as Cook; would have no objection to wash and iron Can come well re commended. Address "M K," at this office, jy aO??St* T ANTE D?BY A YOUNG WOMAN A Situation to do the chamber work or sewine of a family. Apply at the corner of Second and D streets, Islaua. jy SO? UTANTF.D?AN EXPERIENCED LAUN dress. None need apply unless well recom mended. Also, a colored Waiter, one accustomed to tak ing care of horses Good recommendations re quired. Apply at89 Montgomery street. George town. jy28?2t "ll/"ANTED?A LOAN OF ONE THOUSAND ? ? dollars, to be secured by a deed of trust on Ileal Estate. Particulars at CH AS. WALTER'S Agency Office, ?52 Seventh street, opp Centre Market, jy 26?It# TTTWNTED?A TEACHER WELL QITAL W ilied to act as an assistant In a Select Classi cal and .Mathematical Academv. P. A. BOWEN, jy 21?dtf Georgetown. SIX GOOD STOUT BOYS WANTED?TO work at the harness trade. Apply to the un dersigned. DAN. CAMPBELL, Saddler, Pa. avenue, near Nat;onal Hotel, jy 23?6t# WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A MIDDLE a>,'ed Woman, who can do the cooking, washing and ironing of a small family. To one who can come well recommended as to character, ability. &c., liberal wa^es will be given. Apply at SCHWARTZ & SON'S jy at?eo3t Drug Store. WANTED?EVERYBODY TO KNOW that they can get a lot 21 feet front by 130 feet deep, for the low price of $75?payable S3 a mouth without interest. Anplv at theVnion Land Office Tth street, above Oda Fellows' Hall. ap28?6m JOHN FOX, Sec. 1 BOARDING. pOARDING ? MRS. DUVALL.No.331 Penu lt s\lvania avenue. oppoMte Brown's Hotel, has >evera! iarye and desirable rooms, suitable for families or single gentlemen, which she will rent with hoard at moderate prices. She can also ac commodate six or eight table Itoarders. jy 30?tf A GENTLEMAN AND LADY CAN BE fur ^'1. nished with a large pleasant front chamber, ?ogether with l>oard in a private family. Location two squares north of Pa. avenue, and equal dis ance east of the Treasury Building. Address tiox 271 City Post Office. Reference given and required. jy 24?Iw ARE CHANCE ?A NEW KRICK HOUSE V i'or sal** or rent, situated on the corner of Mas sachusetts avenue and 10th street, containing ten rooms with cellar, and a pump of </ood water in thej<?rd. The house is built in the very he?. manner. The ??rm i will he moderate Apply to ? iEO. T. LANGLEY, on L street, between Mh and Tenth, No. 504. jy 24?lw# |>OARD,&.c.?MRS. BATES,ON THES. W. 0 corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 9th street. in j>re|<a.ed to accommodate gentlemen with room*, with or without board Every effort will !>e made ?o rei.d**i those comfortable who may favor her with their patronage. ap6?tf FOR SALE AND RENT. l^OR RENT?THREE ROOMS ON THE ? second door; unfurnished. Price, g* p?r m-inth. I'or address apply at this office. jy ?-*? ^OR S.\LE?A LOT OF VALUABLE SER \ants, young, bound and healthv. GEO T MASSEY, jv 9ft?3t# 42> Thlitmu >t. noR SAL E-TWo" HUNDRED LOTS. 1 l'ii<*e S<5 each. Two years' credit, or 10 per cent, discount for ca?h. Apply at the Union l?ii%l Office, 7th street, above Odd Fellows' Hall. jy W?iui Lots for sa l e ?two ok three good Building Lots in a rapidly improving neighborhood for sale ou ten y cuts' c'fdit Apply to J. II. DBDKT. jy tf |4M)R SALT?A SMALL FRAME HOUSE I and Lot. N'o. 50 I?ouisiana avenue, Washing ton. It presents a rare opportunity to a person wishing lo ijuii" a gcxnl investment Also, i three-story Bri: k House and Lot. \o.57 High street, Georgetown, Tot feet frc-nt bv ''A fe-t de^p; will be sold low and on a lontr credit. Apply at 4t> Louisiana avenue. jy 20?tf CIO R R EN T?A NEW THREE-STORY 1 F tame House on L street, near 15th, contain ing si:; rooms and a kitchen, all neatly finished. To r. good tenant the i>nt will be $12 per m<.;Hh. Inquire of J . H. DRURY, City Post Office, jy 19?tf R> EN TS REDUCED TO SI JIT THE TIMES. i- *150 a year will be received for th< rent of rhose new and convenient Cottages at Kendall Green, with two acres of ground, stable, wood Nhed.and other conveniences attached. Pun.pso.' pur?- water are near the door, and communication i t had with Georgetown by way of II Seventh .-treets and Pennsylvania avenue, morning and af ternoon, at the usual fare, for the accommodation of clerks in the Departments. To secure the advantage of this great reduction of rent, immtriiare application must be made to tue undersigned, either by letter or at his house at Kendall Green, after office hours, where the keys may he had and the houses inspected at any time. Several of these residences will be sold on libe lli terms. W.M. STICKNEY, No. 4. Kendall Green. N B.?Rents paid qua.terly in advancb. ap ??eotf FOR RENT?A handsomely furnished Home near the Public Department is oileredfor rent 1 o a responsible tenant the rent will be moderate The House contains a bath room ar.d grjt fts'.ures Acquire on the premises, No. 270 11 street, iy 5?I iii* F? O K REN T?A TWO-STORY FRAME House, with basement. 1 ituated on Prospect Hill, Georgetown, commanding a beautiful view i t the Potomac river. Apply to T. O. Donnoghue ,\aar the Catholic Church, or R. H. Trunnel, No. ;3 Frederick street, Georgetown, D. C. Jy li_ F^O It R F.NT?SEVERAL H ANDSOME PAR 1 lors and Chambers, with Uoerd. Also, Table and Transient Board. Inquire at .Vim SMITH'S, 233 F street. ap 9? tf COLUMBIAN COLLEGE, Washington, 1). C iiev. J. G. Binnky, D. D . President and Profes sor of Intellectual and Moral Philosophy. William Rcoglks, I.L.D., ProfrssoreXMechan ical Philosophy and Astronomy. Kev. A. J A.M., Professor of the Greek and Latin Languages. Chaklss C. Jsweit, A.M., Professor of Rhet oric and Belles Lettres. Lkwi* H. Steisek. A.M., M.D., Professor of Chemistry and Natural Philosophy. E. T. Fkistok, A.M., Proviso, of Mathematics. William E. Jillsos, A.M., P.ofesborof Modem Language# R. C. Fox, A. B., Tutor in the Greek and Latin Language* J. G. Nash. A.M., T?-acher of the P?Si?*ratory De partment. 'pili', next se-'-i^a eegi&s on the last Wednesday *? in September, and continues nine months', i Mil tiie test Wednesday in june. Candidates fjr admission may be examined un Monday and i'.:esuay preceding t-?j opening of the session. 1'he regular College Course requires four years fur the decree of A B. Those wishing to do so may orait tue f.ncieiu languages and p irsus a scientific nurse three years for the degree of II.P. An ad sauced course is also provided for the degree of A ?L Students may pursue any partictilij wanches .vhere they can do so prot,^)J.y. ana will take suf ! ient studies fuUy to occupy their tiuie, and re eive a c^rtiucate of actual attainment. A Prejaratory Department is established Under 'he general supervision of the Facultv, with an lUc and experienced teacher,an.'l s|>ec(al attuitlou will be given lo littin" pupils to e college. With a full and abR* students are with onhdenee i?;Y.*oa to the usual b nehts of our best institutions, with those advantages pecul'nr t3 '.he >ea' of the General Government Circulars, with all needed ia;o.H?taUon. may be received liy applying pex*oaaliy gr bv letter to the I'refeiut in jy 7?2aw3w C. WARRINER, WATCHMAKER, No 330 Pa. avenue, bttweed Vtk and IbJ* streets, WASHisaTON, D. r. Pivoting, Jeweling, anfl Wiy *ind of repair. to Watches. ' jyl7-5m gl llUTTER it KAHLLRT, VRTISTS, FRESCO, DECORATIVE, and eveiy description of ORNAMENTAL PAINTING Orders left with Baldwin and Nenning, Archi tects, corner Penn avenue and 11th street, will be promptly attended to. jy 11?lm* I^RKNCH DRAWING PENCIL* from the several manufactories of Bausch. Hardmuth, Waller and Coutee, imported direct fi joi the ma kers in Paris, by FKANCK T AYLOlt jy ^ - i AUCTION SALES. F Br E. S WRIGHT, Auctioneer iO? ACCOCWT OF WHOM IT mar ???? ?. cfrn.-On TUESDAY, the 31*t inatant, at 12 o'clock m . I shall well, at the Warehouse* of Messrs H\ de A Davidson, Water *treet. George town. D.C.? _ ? , . 16 bbli l*orinz's RHlned Sugar datra?ed on board Schooner Havre de Grace, from Philadelphia. T'?? ln J*; S\V RIGHT, jyTO-lt# Auctioneer^ Rv J AS C. McGUlRE. Auctioneer. CJI PERIOR llfOOY H?RSE. TWO fine ~ Hnss'r*. French Cenpee, Set of Double Harness, Ac On TUESDAY morning, Jul? 11??. at 11 o'clock, in front of the auction rooms. 1 shall sell n very superior dark bay Horse, aboi:t i 9 years old, of fine style and action, and very fast. ALSO? 2 leather top Buggy \Vagon* 1 handsome light, no top. do. 1 French Coup** I tin* set silver moun'ed double Harness, but little worn. Terms cash. JAS. C. McGUlRE. jy jo d Auctioneer. Hy C W BOTELER. Auctioneer. cjALK OF VALUABLE PROPERTY o?s the Island at Auction.?On TUESDAY af ternoon. July 31st, at 6 o'clock. 1 shall sell on the premises. part of lot No. 7, ih square 353, together with the improvements thereon, consisting of two two *torv Frame Houses, in one of which there is a store, whii it is considered a good business loca tion ln the rear of the house there is a large, con venient. and substantial two-storv bake-hou?e This property is located on Eleventh street, (the principal thoroughfare to the steamboat wharves.) between D and E streets *outh. Term* : One third cash; residue in six, twelve. I ?nd eighteen months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. C.W. BOTELER, j-v 3t Auctioneer. By GREEN & SCOTT, Auctioneer*. /iRO( ERIES, STORK FIXTURES, Ac.. \I at Auction ?On WEDNESDAY, the 1st of August, we shall sell, at the Gwerv Store of Mr I<ewis Lepreux. at the corner of 11th and F streets north, all the Groceries and Fixtures of the Es tablishment. vii: Tea. Sucar, Coffee.^pices, Starch Crockery and Stoneware Liquor. Molasses, Vinegar With a general assortment of other article* un necessary to enumerate. Also, the Store Fixrures. Scales and the unex pired Liquor License. Terms: All sum* of and under ?25ca?h; over 925 a credit of 00 and 90 days, for notes satisfacto rily endorsed. GREEN A SCOTT, jy 2S?d Auctioneer*. By GREEN A SCOTT, Auctioneers. VALUABLE BUILDlNCi AND t OTTAGE Lots at Auction.?On MONDAY, the ifltth instant, we shall sell, on the premises, at 5)? o'clk p. m , a valuable building Lot. desirable for a business stand, fronting 28 feet on D street, by 9(1 feet deep, adjoining Foy s Hotel, immediately op | posite the Railroad Depot. ! Immediately after the above we f-hall sell, or the Capitol Hill, fourteen Cottage Building Lots I fronting on Third street east and E street north, in i Squares ~TA and 755, from Ifi to 2H feet each, run ning back from 9? to 100 feet, overlooking the oil ?? in a"healthy location and an abundance of good water from pumps. Terms: One-fourth cash; balance in C, 12. 19. i and 21 months, on notes bearing int?-r<*>-t. I Deed given and deed of trust taken to securt deferred pavments. Title indisputable. A plat will be exhibited at sale. GREEN A SCOTT, jy*27?d Auctioneer* Hv WALL. BARNARD A CO.. Auctioneers oLIDL TOP BIGGY ?'ARRI AGE at Amc lion.?On TUESDAY afternoon, 3lst instant at 5 o'clock, we will sell in front of our store, on> *;o. d slide top Busgv, which is in good order and very suitable for family use or for a physician. Terras at the sale. WALL, BARNARD A CO. Auctioneer!. The vehicle is for private sale until that time, al our Store, corner 9th st. and Pa. avenue. j%- o? at W. i< a co. Bv JAS C McGUlRE. Auctioneer. ONi2 OF THE REST (.KOt EKV Stands in tb* City at Pnhlic Sale. ?On THURS DAY afternoon. July 26, t?55. at 6 o'clock, on the premises, 1 shall sell that valuable property situ ated oh the comer of B and 12th streets, near 12th street bridge, formerly kept as a Grocery store by SciigstvkTfc Clark, and late by Wm. H Clark. With a siuhrient capital to ex end t';ie business to a wholesale as well as retail business, more par ticularly in the feed. Hoar and baron trade, no lo cation in the city otfers greater facilities The warehouse is of bt ick. 28 feet froi.t by 50 ft deep, two stories high, and built of the best mate rial in the most substantial manner. There is al. so attached a lot in the rear 25 by 75 feet. The premises can be seen at any time by appli cation to C 1* Sengstack. ou D, between I2th an'1, i'J'h streets. Immediately after, I shall sella lot fronting 21 feet on s-uth D, between 12th and 13th sts., run ning ikiri ?4 feet to an Is feet paved alley. 'lVrot*; One half cash; residue in six. twelve, eighteen and twenty-four months, satisfactorily secured, bearing interest. J. C. McGUlRE. jv2l?d Auctioneer. IP" The above sale is postponed in conse j auence of the raia, until TU ESDAY afternoon, Ju.v 3ist. same hour and place. JAS C. McGUlRE, jy 27?d Auctioneer. By J. C. McGUlRE, Auctioneer. '?IRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE IM l proved Real instate.?lSy virtue of a deed i.i trust i>earing date the 20th day of May, A. D. 1 -??l. and duly recorded iu Liber J A S? Xo 79, folios 235, 23t?. 237, and iW, one of the 1 md records, for Washington county, in the District of Colum bia, we will sail at public sale, in front of the premises, on FRIDAY, the 3d day of August. Is55, at b o'clock p. ni , a part of Lots Nos lu and 11, in Suuare No. 297, in the city of Washington. In said District, and being descriiied as follows : Beginning on the line of south D street 5?> feet and three inches from the southwest comer of said square, and running thence east with vtld street 2-3 feet, thence north 100 feet, t\.??u<** west 545 feet, and thence south 100 fed to the place beginning, with the improvements. The said lot is well improved with a neit Cot tage House. Terms of sale: One-third ia cash, and the re mainder in two equal payments at six and twelve months, with inteiest, to be secured by a .iced of trust. ? The terms of the sale tobec^oplte^ Witjj ln flve days, and upon default therein ?*e Trustees re serve the right to resell tfc" premises at the cost and risk of the tlrst pur^'aaJH.r. All couveyan^Vne at purchaser's cost. W. H WARD, i - . J.Y.DAVIS. j Trustee*. JAS. C. McGUlRE, Jy 20?eo7t Auctioneer By GREEN A SCOTT, Auctioneer*. miiLSTEE'S SALE OF LAND IN WASH I. iaslna Comity, District of t olumbia.? By virtue of a deed ot trust. dated November 3d. A. D 1*51. and dulv recorded in Liber J A S . .\o. fc"9. folios 237. 25b, 259 and 260, one of the lar.d records for Washington county, in said District, we will sell, at the auction rooms of Green A Scott in the city of Washington, un THURSDAY, the 2d day of August, IKS5, at 5 o'clock p. m . Lot No 16, in the subdivision t f a par of a tract of land called Granbv, iu the county of Washington, the said lot containing live a< res of land, more or lens A plat of the subdivision will be exhibited at the *ale. Terms: One-lifih cash, and the remainder in four equal piyHtr>uls, at one. two. three and four >ears, with interest, to be se< .ired by a deed of trust. All conveyancing at purchaser's cost. Tlie above mentioned property is handsomely ! ?ca?ed in a very elevated position, with a com manding view, about three mile* irom Washing ton, northeast of the Capitol, ou the new cut Bla densburg road. pi?t Mrs Pearson's Mill. W. C BESTOR, ) . W. 11 WARD, i Trustee* GRELN A SCOTT, Jy 20?eoAds Auctioneer. ifv C M UOTELER, Auctioneer |>OSlTl\'E.SALE OF A VALUABLE lot nt I Auction.?On THURSDAY afternoon. Au gust 2d, at 0)^ o'cloc k, 1 stiill sell on the premises the west part of lot No. I, in square No 1*8, front ing 42 feet <? inches on North II street, between Tenth stii?t Eleventh street east, depth 9lt feet, con taining 2,8258 square feet. Terms: One-half cash: balanct on a credit of 0 and 12 months fwr notes bearing interest ?c?ued by detd on the property. 1 C.MBD^LEK, jy 25?eoAds Auctjgp^r Uy A ?COTT, Af'Pioneers. Two-story hiaml ho t sn and lot at Aactioa.?On T?w^DAY, the3lst inst., we shall sell, ii' ^f0nt of the premises, part of Lot 26, in Squaj^ No. 515, fronting on 4th street west. ,M^,.*.^een"K and L streets north, on which is a good Lwo-story Frame House, containing live good room*. Tne above described property is handsomely lo cated ln a rapidly improving part of the city. Terms cash ; balance in monthly paymtnta of pec month, satisfactorily secured GREEN A SCOTT, Jy ST?4 Auctioneer* Howard s u. s. supreme court Retort*, vol 17, just published and for bv FKANCK TAYLOR ^ jy'# TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. REPORTED rOR THE tfEXIFIQ IT A*. Scheoe for Ooloaialag Ki Bostojt, July 30.?The sc?retarie? of tho New England Association of Clergymen hae* i??acl a .-frond circular, pro poring to en!lst 3.000 clergymen of New England as iife mem bers of the Emigrant Aid Society, on the pay ment of ?2t? each, the proreeds to He espended in settling with Christiana Sudden Death. I'hiladklphia. July 30.?Miss Porter, a daughter of Judge Porter, of Bsator. Pa,, died at Caj>e May on Saturday last, .-.fur a very short illness. She was oat bsthi..^ \ the previous day. The nomber of visiter* ou the Island is exceedingly large. Progreee of the Yellow Fever. New Urleass. July 2s*.?There hare been 101 death? from yellow ferar at the hospital this week. The diseaae has also appeared at Baton Rouge. New Or lean* Markets Nr.w Orlraxs, July 28 ?Cotton ha? ad' vaneed H"-, owing to the light stock. 8Aoa oi 2,260 bales. E&ltimore Markets. Baltimore. ..ay 30?Floor has decreed iic. Sales of 450 bbls. II >ward street at $8 50 There wu a sale of City Mills on Saturday ot* 1.200 bbls. at $8 37. Wheat advanced >8 t the offering reaching 12.000 bushels New York Market*. New York, Joly 30.?Floor is higher ; sale* ?if 9.000 bbls. at "frbljaSS 56 for State; kales of 1.200 bbls. Southern at $10 12 Wheat ia firm ; eales of 7.000 bushel*. Corn ia lower ; sales of 00,000 bushel* at 89c. Pork is lower. Beef is Crm. Whisky is unchanged. Stock Market. New Yore. Joly 30 ?Stocks are firmer. Pennsylvania Coal 111; Cumberland.?7{; Mich igan Central Railroad. WU; Michigan South ern. 103. By J. C. McCUIRE, Auctioneer IMSE BLOOl> Ei) BROOD MARE AUD Celt at Aucliow?On TUEFD VV, the Star instant, at 11 o'clock a m , in front of the Auction Koom, 1 shall eellOLEAN A.a One bloods brood :.?are. and her colt, "Minnie ha-ha." si red by Mr Clark Mills s splendid prairie stallion This stork is worthy the attention of purchaser* The mare is very suitable for a doctor's carriage or any light w iyun use, and stands w ithout hitch ing J. C. McGL'IRE, jy47?rMATu Auctioneer GLEN WOOD t EMETtRY, Oi'flce >o. W2 Fa. ave., corner link afreet. (OVER THE SAVIKO'* RANK ) THIS CEMETERY is laid out on the plan of the celebrated Greenwood, of New Vork. and situated on the high ground distant one and a quarter miles north of the Capitol?North Capitol street leading directly to the gateway. This Company have secured a charter from Con gress. approbating their ground forever to barial purposes, making a fee title to the purchaser, and rohibiting all encroachments f om legislation vt otherwise, which is of vast Importance to th^ae who wish their d-ad to repose where they have placed them, for it has become a custom .n a I. .rther cities when the burial ground become* valu able for other purjwses, to sell il, End throw the dead promisrously one large pit, lega. measures cannot prevent K, aa no tiiies are given to the ground. N. B ? Ojfioe open from 10 to 12 o'clock a m % where Pamphlets, containing the Charter. Me. Law*, arid a imp of the ground, and all olhe; in formation. can lie <>?>uii.^d All orders left with Mr. James F Harvev> 4H?Seveath street, or any other und.rtak- r, will be prou.ptiv attended to. je la ly BARGAINS. JELLING OFF TO REDUCE STOCK?La C? dies, now is the time to get clu?tp Good* My stock consists of Straw Bonnet*. Cap and Sash Ribbons, l?af'e>, Kdgia^'s. Embroideries, Flower*. Dress and F*aCy Cap*. Braids Buttons, Giiup, Gloves, Ho^ery and Fancy Notions A TATE. PV avenue, between 10thand llth st* jy 27? CLOCKS! (IO( kV. IF vou want a good hone?t Clock?or e that will alwavs give you the correct time, di op in at G FRANCIS. 4?0 Seventh street He Clo. ks that cannot be excelled?handsome a'?d good time keepers, lie aells low, and every t loc k is war ranted. jy al ICE? ICE?IC E I (CHARLES \V HRN ER. ua Pa avenne. eppo J site Browns' Hotel, will Eeep, throughout t'.*e season, an ample suppU Petti bone a best ?CE. which he will *eU, on call, in any quantities, at the lowest possible rates may 2&?-dtHep 30 HO! FOR THE SPRINGS!?Persons who contemplate ajourney to the springs. sea-Kjde, mountains, or the country, should not n?rvleri to call at 3Ub Pa avenue and get their stock of Lair, tooth, nail, bathing and clothes Brush.**. Dress ing, iude, puff. ne? k. fine and pocket Combs, finn Pomatum, Hair Oil, Bay Watet, Cologne. Ha treds for the Handkerchief, tsor.p. Touet Boxes aud Powder, traveling, pic nlc. work, and card baskets. Ac., at the Pi;jKk Music. Stationery and Variety Store of J NO. F El.LIS. -kJb Fa avenue, betw 9th and luth sta jyis-tf PERSONS WITH DEFECTIVE VISION are invited to examine my extensive stock of *11 kinds of SPECTACLES and EYE GLASSI ES. Glasses of an w kind, aueh as Ce'Uart, Para lalia, Periscopic. Double Concave, Double Con vex. and Colored Glasses, put ;n at short notice, with great care, aud pv>?,na in want of glasaea may be sure to get tbqi'_ which benefit the eye. Itr* Oircajau "infective Vision" gTatis at H SEMKEN 'S, 300 Pa avenue, bet JRh and luth sta mar 30 YEW WALTZ. ?Just published bv tbesub il scrll'Ors. the -Multiflora Waltz.." cswin?rd and dedicated to Miss Sallie Driscb, of Leesburg, Va., by Prof. J. A. Young ' 1 HILBL'S h II1T7 jy 2i Music Depot. JOHN E. Dl GAN. (^I.C)CK MAKER. F street. l?etween Fonrteentb J and Fifteenth streets, Washington. D C m All kinds of Clocks carefully Cleaned andB?Jl Kepain>d at the shortest notice. Persons Jy j A-anting their Clocks repaired will pleasetSJ leave their address, and they will be attended to at their residences. jvtn?lw? BOOT AND SHOE STORE REMOVED. G'EURGE BRKMKR has removed his well T known G-^ullemen's BOOT AND, SHOE Store and Factorvfrom llth gtrret.j ?etween Pa. avenue and E street, to Ta avenue, afew doors above Willasda' Hotel le is prepared in his new* to give aaiia faction to all. G B. has bv dint of great care In purchasing bf* 4ock. employing aonelnit A No. 1 workmen, aad by his capacity to fit his customers so as to haw his work set very easy on the foot, while It sU ways exhibits the'most (V hiouattle style, earned a ?p'utation ia his business set < nd to tLul of no ? her cnsiom-work boot end shoe rnaa r In the ' nion H?* solicits the patronage of all aud Ll'. ? erius will be most reasonable lo all. 5"?7J NEW SHOP. ' r?- "7^. 'JtHE subscribers have entered Into 'j^-nuer'. 1 ship under the firm of S'unmers A t No. 5eT, Seventh street. Island, ||ar\land l.enue. for the purj?o?e or mar .rfai turin^ SAL? :?LKS, BRIDLES, TRUNK * H \RN^SS and . verythi.ig in that line o( (Atai^rsa Having laid .'I' 1 .A? they desire to not.fv h< i( irie.ids; and generally, that they are f3'!-' tU#Ai with any articles in their line . ii . '^as good ?nd as cheap as anv other estab.silent of the kind ill this cltv. JAMES II. SUMMERS. GEORGE A. SESSFORD I'/ - iRST WARD LIVERV AND SALE STA BLES. J N announcing to the public of Washington that I have taken f>o?i?aion,by purchase, of the above Stables, on G street, near ihe War Department, (lately occupied by A. Schwrartx.) 1 wish lo inform them that it will be entirely conducted b) mvnelf, .nd that all orders left upon the premises will be attended to punctually with elegant Carriages and ?areful drivers The Riding School will be con ducted by a professional equestrian and perfectly docile bones, having stated hours for Uay eques trians, in private or public, as thev inav prefer Particular attention will be paid to horse* kept at Livery la his establishment. Persons requiring open bcrouches or family car riages, can be satlsfartocUy accommodated, as well as those desiring riding horses for gentlemeu or ladies. FRIEDERECK LAKEMEYF.R. Jy il?Zm Ag?t, :ls?

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