Newspaper of Evening Star, June 24, 1856, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 24, 1856 Page 3
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i EVENING star. r'"gAL IWTZLIJGiatCR Boaed or Aldbkubn.?At the time of meet ing TejUiJiT afternoon, the members otmt dropping in Jreia^d in appropriate summer costume, and with their Aldermanic propor tions apparently somewhat wilted and dimin ished by the fierce dog-day heat now prevail ing Outside the railing was an anasaal number of spectators, many of them evidently being on the anxious eeat, in regard to the action of the Board upen the nominations seni; in by the Mayor. The Board having been called to order, the standing committees were announced as fol lows : Committee on Finance?Messrs. Houston, Rirgs. and Evans. Improvements?Messrs. Emery. Smith and BaJi7 Police?Mossrs. Busey, Dove and Ruff. Claims?Messrs. Pearson, Bayly and Trai ler Schools?Messrs. Ruff, Riggs and Evans. Fire Department?Messrs. Smith, Emery and Miller Elections?Messrs. Evans, Miller and Pear ion. I ofinished Business?Messrs Tretler, Dove and Moore. JUI3IT COM HITTBB9. Asylum?Messrs. Smith, Moore and Hous ton. Health of City?Messrs. Busey, Tretler and MUler Wharves?Messrs Ruff and Moore. Enrolled Billa? Mr. Bavly. Accounts of Register-Mr. Smith. Money Aocounts of the Corporation?Mr. Busey. To Count and Destroy Due Bills?Mr. Dove. To attend to the interests of the Corpora tion before Congress-Messrs. Houston, Rigzs and Evans. Mr. Pearson suggested that there should bo a committee to examine the eligibility of as sessors; and the chair appointed Messrs Smith, Bayly, and Tretler on that committee A communication was received from the Mayor in relation to the unsatisfactory condi tion of the books in the hands of the tax clerk; alsr, in regard to the injury done by the late heavy rains; referred to finance committee* The report of the inspector of fire apparatus for the month of May was received, and re ferred to the fire department committee. Petitions were reoeived and referred, and renorts from committees called for. Mr Houston, from finance committee, re P">rtod a bill for the assessment of taxes for imposing a tax of sixty cents on the hundred dollars, of real and personal prop erty, Ac., Ac., and asked its immediate con sideration. It was urged by Messrs Miller. Dove, Bay ly, and others, that sixty cents on the hun dred dollars would raise an insufficient amount to carry on the business of the Corporation, and was calculated to embarrass the opera tions of the Mayor. Various amendments were offered, but were rejected by the majority. Mr Busey thought they should reduce the expenses of the Corporation, instead of rais ing the rates of taxation The office of com missioner of health might be abolished. At the time of establishing the office of commis sioner of health it was contended by the gen tlemen on the other aide of the chamber that it would prove a source of revenue to the Cor poration Mr Miller said it was not the fault of the law. but of the commissioner, that the fines had not been imposed, and the office made a self-sustaining one. Now that a man had been appointed who would carry out the law to the letter, it was proposed to repeal it. A communication from the Major in rela tion to the finances of the corporation was read, in which it was stated that if the credi tors of the corporation were to be piid and impiovemcnt-! carried on it would be requi site to lay the tax at the maximum allowed by the charter?three quarters of one per cent On motion of Mr Bajly. the Mayor's Com munication was ordered to be printed with the proceedings. Alter further discussion, and the rejection of various amendments, the tax bill waa passed. Council bill making an appropriation to pay commissioners of election was pawed A joint resolution of the Council directing the Register to furnish new members with a copy of the lawj of the corporation, was taken up Mr Busey moved as an amendment that the police of each ward be tumished with a copy, tuoh copies to Le delivered to their suc cessors in office; adopted, and the resolution passed Council bill for repairing footways on ea>t side of Llevuuth stroet, between li and H north, was referred to improvements commit tee. A communication was received from the Mayor, Containing his nomination* ; on motion of Mr Smith, it was laid on the table, and made the spccial order for the next melting of the Board. On motion of Mr. Buicy, the thirty fifth rule was amended so that the question of con firmation of the Mayor's nominations shall, on demand, be taken by ayes and noes, in stead of by ballot. Mr Busey introduced a resolution request ing the Mayor to inquire into the cause of the deUy in the completion of the Washington and Alexandria Railroad, and to cotumuni* ca>e to the Boaid whether in his judgment any further legislation is requisite to protect the corporation from loss. Mr. bmith introduced a bill for the appoint ment of a Board of Realth ; referred to police committee. Also, a bill to organise a police system for the city of W a=hington ; referred t j same committee. Mr Smith introduced a joint resolution in relation to the communication of the Mayor to the Circuit Court reflecting upon the police officers, and which reflections the resolution designated as uncalled lor and unmerited. The resolution was laid upon the table. On motion of Mr. Busey. the use ofthecham ber was granted to the grand jury during the present session 1 he Chair introduced a bill providing for the registration of all persons in the city of Washington subject to a school-tax ; referred to the police committee. Ihe Cha r introduced a preamble and joint resolution in relation to the mode of voting by certificate ; referred to election committee A communication was received from the City Collector requesting the appointment of a messenger in his department; also, that his rooms be supplied with mattings and other requisites ; also, that the expenses of employ ing additional assistance in consequence of the new law be allowed him, referred to claims committee. The report of the Intendantof the Wash ington Asylum for the month of May, from which it appears that twelve persons were re ceived during the month, was received and referred to the asylum committee. And then the Board adjourned. Irk Arrr?t or Moorb?Sunday night, information was given to Captain Mills of the auxiliary guard, that Moore, Croggin, Bailey aud R^y, were in town. There being but few of the guards near the station, the Captain sent to the for Mr. Jas. Ward, and such assistance a* he could bring. Wheu Mr Phil lips with the jail guards arrived at the station, the Captain detailed Messrs. F Ward and Daw of the guards at the station, and Drum and Dove of the near beat, Messrs Stoops and i'urkhardt fell iu as they went on the track. XLe men stationed themselves to prevent the escape of any per? u from the back building, jn which Moore was believed to be concealed. Ihe jail ruards went in and called to him to get up. IJ, appeared to be much frightened, and begged the guards to spare his life Moore *as taken to the guard house by watchmen l>rum and Dove, and the others went in search of the remaining three. Some traces were obtained which may yet lead to their capture, j Orrat Attraction ?We learn that Sig- j nora Danii, from Milano, will give a soiree muficale, in Carusi s Saloon, on next Friday tiglit Her concerts in Beriin, Vienna, Paris, ?to , w*re crowned with the greatest soccers. IV" . e *?p?ars here supported by three o| iue best artists. _____ f lBC *iU finl in toe advertisement our Inend Stevens, in another column, mat '??? al i,lter?3t K> themselves. They '>ff"ed w ,r'.by their ?P* ial attention. A Vkry Dbshubli Little Farm?The tract of land advertised in the Star by Robert Ball, administrator, to be sold on Thursday next, is well known to the editor, who does not hesitate to call attention to it as being one of the most desirable places of the kind within many miles of Washington It is situated within a mile and a half of the Virginia end of the Georgetown aqueduct. The soil is naturally good, and is now susceptible of the highest improvement It is well watered, lies capitally for cultivation, and has fine building sites upon it. Altogether, we do not know its superior anywhere for ono who de sires such a place. It is positively to be sold as advertised, and can probably be obtained at a great bargain. Tu National Theatre?Kunkcl's Opera Troupe is now in the full tide of successful operation at the National, keeping the town wide awake this drewsy, dog-day weather, with their inimitable mirth-provoking songs, dances, and burlesques. We cordially com mend this place of entertainment to citisens and strangers as just the place to get filled to the brim with pleasurable emotions at a time of the year when most other amusements are voted heavy and uncongenial The Kunkel's are deservedly popular with the ladies, since with all the comic originality and burlesque of the Troupe, there is never mingled ought to offend the refined taste. For the care ex ercised in this respect we'think the Kupkel's cannot be too much applauded. It will be seen by the advertisement that a rich bill is offered to-night. Unlicensed Pawnbrokers. ?Complaints have been made that persons operating as pawnbrokers without license have established themselves in this city. Persons have lost articles of jewelry, Ac., and suspect that thoir property has been obtained by those persons. No evidence can be given that they have them, or they would be brought up for an of fence against the criminal law. The officers have taken the matter in hand, and intend te ferret out the parties. They will be tried upon the Corporation oases, for following this business without a license. The penalty for every offence is a fine of forty-five dollars. Tbe Strebts amd Gutters ?For some time past but little attention has been given to the condition of certain streets and gutterfl. W e bear much complaint from various parts of the city, and have been requested to call the attention of the city officers to them The new offioers will soon enter upon the discharge of their duties, and we hope they will use every effort to give entire satisfaction. They will have much to do at first in removing the accumulations, but that having been done, it will not require much exertion to keep the neglected places clean Third District Police ?Justice Hollings head, yesterday, disposed of the following cases : n w For., ZJ-aul'ing his wife; secu rity for peace. Margaret Lionrax, Rl'iabeth Shorter, and Charles Shorter, Jr., assault anu threats ; do. Frances Penny, Ellen Dade and Isabella Penny, threats and disturbing the peace; security for further hearing. S.John son, Eliza Johnson, Jno Sims, Margaret Lo max and George Lomax, fighting and assault; security for peace. Malicious Mischief.?A garden on Elev enth street, belonging to the Attorney Gen eral, we believe, and handsomely ornamented with fruit and other trees, has become a mark for the boys in that neighborhood, who have broken the fence and mutilated somo of tho finest tree*. The names of some of them arc known, and they will be punished for thoir malicious mischief. Bom Overboard.?Last night, a colored woman named Butler, who had been looking for her son who was out after hour*, walked into the canal near the bridge on Maryland avenue. Her screams for help were heard by another woman, who went to her assistance ; but she, too, making a misstep, fell into tho caual. Both were rescued after somo floun dering in the water. Come, why wili you suffer all the ill* of bed bugs, cockroaches, moths, ants, and every other sjtecies of insect-' when Lyon's Magnetic Powder will surely rid your house of all such pe?tilenoc. For sale at Shiiliugton's Book selling and Stationery Establishment, Odcon Building corner Four-and-a-half street and Pennsylvania avenue. t. r. The Brookh and Sumner Affair.?It was said around the Court house this morning, that the grand jury were to-day engaged in exam ining witnesses in tho Brooks and Sumner fra cas case ?? The Appointments sent in to the Board of Aldermen yesterday, by the Mayor, have ap peared alroady in the columns of the Star, with the exception of S. C. Mickuin as wood and coal measurer, in place of Walter Stewart. Crimin al Court ?The case of Lynus San ford, who is oharged with robbery, was tried to day, and resulted in a verdict of " not guilty." The Panorama of China and Japan, on ex hibition at Iron Hall, is highly spoken of by all who have seen it. Oar readers should not fail to sec it. To-Nmht the great mass meeting of the Georgetown Democraoy comes off We learn that large numbers are preparing to attend from this city. Watch Returns.? Jas Evans and Geo. McDonnell, suspicion of larceny ; reprimand ed and dismissed. Charles Andorson, riot; security for court. Geo. Ashton, asleep in the street; dismissed with a lecture. Telemachus Harrison and S Nugent, riot; jail. GEORGETOWN CORRESPONDENCE. Georgetown, June 24,1856. Daring our wanderings wo have discovered a much greater number of private improve ments going on than we had imagined. Con siderable property has also changed owners during the last month or so. Among the more important sale* during the last few days is the large and handsome residence of the late Dr. 0 M. Linthicum, on Third street, to Henty King. Esq , secretary to the Potomac Insu rance Company, for SI 950. Our old friend Mr Vanderwerken, of the Union Line of Omnibuses, seems to be deter mined to afford his patrons every comfort in the way of neat, clean, and comfortable coach es that human skill can afford. On or about the 4th of July he will have ready to place upon *he line between our city and the Capi tol some ten as handsome coaches of the kind as ever ran on any street. In a conversation with Mr. Thomas M. Wilson, the teacher of the Second District School in your city, and who is a resident of ours, we learn that a slight mistake uninten tionally occurred in the notice in the local columns of the Star, on Saturday, of the diffi culty which he had with one of bis pupils Davis The boy did not snap the pistol at him; but while he was in the act of drawing it from his pocket, Mr. Wilson discovered the handle of it, and immediately 9eisod hold of bis band and wrested it from him before ho had an opportunity to use it The ladies (tcachers) in the other parts of the building were not awaroof the difficulty until informed by Mr Wilson some time afterwards. Judging from present indications, the Demo cratic ratification meeting which comes off this evening at Forrest Hall, under the man agement of the Democratic Association, will bd one of the most enthusiastic political meet ings ever held in our city Some of the tallest speaking will be had which has been heard in these diggings for some time The teachers of Trinity Church Sabbath Sjhool are making quite cxtensivo prepara tions for their pic-nio in the College woods, en Thursday. No pains will be spared to render ali comfortable and happy who may accompany them. We bespeak for them a most delightful time. For particulars see ad vertisement. The flour market is firm and tolerable ac tive under the effects of the late foreign and domestic news, and prices have slightly ad vanced Hold this morning at S6 12) a 25 for good standard brands. W heat?very little arriving: selling at $1 35 a SI.45 for red and whita Corn, 43 a 45 cents Spectator. The old line Whigs of Maine will hold a State Convention at Bangor, on tho 1st of July, for the purpose of nominating a candi date tor Governor SHARK! ED? ! On the '234 Instant, by Rev. Andrew G. Caroth era, Mr. HENRY J. KELLER nnd Mtu MAR GARET MILLER,both of tbisclty. On the 19th Instant, In Boston, by Rev. F. D. Huntington, SAMUEL B. PARRIS, of Wash ington city, to ANNIE KINSMAN, daughter of the late George Willis. On the 12th Instant, at Steteburg, S C., by the Rev. J. Roberta. Lieut. F. L. Chllds, U. 9. AJ to MARY HOOPER, only daughter of Dr. W. : nr ? _ j DIED, On the 23d instant. R. N. HAVENS, aged 56 years. The friends of the family are respectfully invi ted to attend his funeral on Wednesday, 4 o'cl'k p. m , from his late residence, 460 Eleventh st, between F and G. * WANTS i WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A COOK, who can bring good recommendations as to character and qualification A colored woman I qualification A colored woman referred. Apply at No. 313 I street, between 3thand 14th. je 21-eo3t 117ANTED-A GIRL OR MIDDLE AGED " Woman?American or German preferred? to do the general wsrk of a small family. En quire at the Union Land Otfice, Seventh street, above Odd Fellows' Hall. Je24-2t* WANTED ?TWO COLORED BOYS from 0 to 12 years of age. Apply at the Restaurant corner or llth street and Pennsylvania avenue je*3-3i* WANTED?AT NO. 37 4* ST~ A~GOOD Cook, Washer and I roner, with a written recommendation from her last place. Also, a young Woman as seamstress, as above. Je 23-lw WA N T E D?ON THE MANASSAS GAP Railroad, sixteen miles from Alexandria, Va , TWO HUNDRED LABORERS. Enquire at the first toll gate on the Fairfax road Je 19-lw* THOS COYLE A CO. WAN TED ?WANTED?WANTED?TO find persons in want of the following ar ticles : French or German Looking Glasses Portrait or Picture Frames, round, oval or square Oil Paintings, large and email Marble-top Brackett Tables, in bronxe or gold. All kinds of Pictures framed, and any size Looking Glasses, or other work In the gilding line done to order with dlanatch. Also, a lot of cast-iron Bracketts, suitable for shelving, Ac., on hand. Terms moderate to suit the times, for cash. N.B.?Old \Vork llegllt,*.nd Looking Glass Plates Inserted. 255 Penna. Avenue, opposite Klrkwood House, dec 19 JOHN WAGNER. FOR SALE ANiD REirrT [SIS riXST PA OK ton OTHER notices ] For sale or rent?a brick house, with baspment, and a very large let on Pros pect Hill, Georgetown Price for the heuse and lot Si.l'OO; r?nt #150. Terms liberal. Apply to the undersigned, Brldg*? street, Georgetown. Pos session given immediately. je24-lw T. A NEWMAN. I??OR SALE?A VERY VALUABLE IM s. proved property, beine Lots No 33 and 34, in Square He fronting 50 feet on the west side of north Capita street, and running back 105 feet to a 15 foot alley, Being two lots f om the corner of G street north, improved by a very neat and well bul t two-story Frame Housr*, containing 5 rooms, a gocd kitchen, wi'h other necessary sheds Ac , and a very nioely laid otf flower gardpn, with fruit trees of various kinds For further information apply on the premises to P. MULLEN. je23 3t? OUSE FOR SALE ?A FINE NEW imdern built hous? on K street; fronting Franklin Square, containing 13 rooms and a tine basemtnt, kitchen, Ac Gas, hot and cold water throughout the house, with bath room. Ac In quire of H. A. WILLARD, at Wlllards' Hotel, je 23-lm FOR RENT?NO. 263 L ST., A THREE story Frame House, containing 6 rooms and kitchen to rent, for S150 per annum. Apply to J. 11. DKUKV, City Post Offlcc. je21-3t FOR RENT?a BRICK HOUSE, SITU A tel on ttth street, near the corner of M. In quire of F. M. MAG RUDER, Dry Good and Jshoe Store, corner 7th and 1 street. jc 2l-tf For rent?possession given im medlat?lv, that large brick house on lUth st , between E and F, recently occupied by Col. B K Larntd. For terms apply to Mr. CHARLES B. KING, Art!et, 12th street, or at the oilice of the Paymaster tieneral No 31 Winder's Building. Je 19-iw f^OR RENT?TWO NEATLY FURNISHED r Bed Rooms on reasonable terms at Mr. DA VISON'S, over Messrs. Gait A Bro , Jewelry Store, feitn. avenue, between 9thand 10th streets', m 12-tf H BOARDING*. Boarding ?MRS. cudlip, on south sid^ Pa avenue, between 3*1 and 4# street, oppocite Jackson Ha l. has a few pk-isaut rooms vacant, which she would be glad to till with fam ilies or single gentlemen. je i 1-lw* OARDING.?ONE LARGE KOOM AND one good sized single room, suitable for a tern B family or a single gentleman, for rent, with or without board, furnished The house has a large yard attached, making It desirable for a tamtly with children No. 168 Tenth street, between D and E, east side je 23-3t* Board, Ac.?airs, hates.on the s. w. corner of Pennsylvania avenue and ftth street isprep&redtoaccomrnod itegentlemenwithroms, with or without ooard. Every effort will be made to render those comfortaole who may favor her with their patronage. ap6?tf LAND AND TAX AGENCY LANDS LOCATED, BOUGHT f SOLD. DALLAS A STEELE, East Sn;iuaw, Mich., ( Hoyt's Bleck,) Promi t attention paid to all communications. A. J. DALUa R.M STBSZ.S. ?KFEBKMCKS. Hun IIJ Walker, Wajh'n, OC. 8am C Brew?t?r.8ymenn*,HY AI tier t J Steele, Chicago, Ijl. Hon (5e<> M Dallas. PhlUdel a, John WIUou, fur'ly Com. U?n. Natulan Little, K. Hagtnaw, J(. Land OlUce, Chicago, 111. John Gal agUer, L Saginaw,*. Jno K Mevellu, New York. Hut. Lewis CaiM, Detroit, Mick. je 16-lm NEW MATTRESS FACTOR*. At Fairview Cotton WorMs Alexandria,Va. Having added the mattress Busi ness to our ether manufactures we are now prepared to supply the trade with a superior arti cle of Cotton cr Snuck MATTKESS.' We have a new patent shuck picker in use, which splits and curls the shucks in the most perfect manner. Mattresses filled with these are superior to the old sind, b* iny mere elastic and durable 1 h s, with other facilities and arrangements.enable us to compete in price and quality with Baltimore and other Northern manufacturers. Orders for any particular s*za or kind filled immediately. Also, a supply of Cotion Warp, Wrapping Twine, and Batting always on hand, at manufac turer's prices. FITZPATRICK & BURNS, Proprietors, Alexandria. JOHN J. BOGUE* Agent, No. 38 East Market Space, Georgetown. Je 12-lm Tito beautiful model ml lode ONS Just opened and for sale low at 306 Pa. avenue, between 9th and loth streets. Je 16?tr JOHN F. ELLIS. NEW JEWELRY, WATCHES AND Sil ver Ware.?We open to-day a large assort ment of fine Jewelry of the latest styles, ladies' and gentlemen's very superior Gold Watches, and ev?ry description of pure Silver Ware, to which the attention of purchasers Is invited. M. W GAl.T A BRO., je 17 3t 324 Pa av., bet. 9th and 10th sts. MEDICAL CARD. DR H. PER A BEAU, GERMAN HOMEO patnlc physic an, has the honor to otter hla services to the inhabitants of Washicgton and vicinity. Otfice on If street, two doors west of 9th, where he will be found from 9 to 12 a. m , and from 4 to Sp rn Ke-ddence on 1 street, No. 198, between 20th and 2tst htreets. N. B?ilomeopbatlilc medicines for sale, which the Doctor prepares himself with the greatest care, for Kever and Ague, for Bllous and Bowel complaints, Ac., Ac. m 16-3m CLOCKS?CLOCKS?tLOt fiS -JUST RE ceived, a great variety of CLOCKS,nH| which will be sold on fair terms, and war- tfll ranledoneyettr, at J. ROBINSON'S, |9R MS Pe nnsylvania avtnu??, opposite ESI miM-lm Browns'Hotel. (IHKAMi?A CONFECTIONER, liOTEL S keeper, or other persons can be supplied with from six to eight gallons of pure fresh CREAM Sr week, sent in dally or thrice a week from a lry aud garden farm near Washington City, by addresslug a note to Box No. 8 Star Oflice, so that the advertiser may call and make arrangements for Us delivery. Je 12-tf ALAKOE COLLECTION OF NEW AND old Standard Music lust received atthe great Piano and Music Establishment of je 16-tt JOHN F. ELLIS. SOFT CKAUS AND UKEEft TUHTLE SO U P are servt d every day at C. G AU r 1ER 'S Saloon. ' m 22

AUCTION SALES. t Master to? ju L ,,] By J. C. McOUIRK, Auctioneer (i0Trm^?J!?EJ,T SALE OF HAT.-ON *8PAY AFTKRNOON, June 2?th *ii*j "fjyj jJ* 'ml'h'onlan Park, I ,ha,i sen u stacks of well-curcd Hay. nt j CHA9 f; * CUMMIN, Super't. JlgTd JAS C. McGUIRE. Auct'r. *"? ?* B RIGHT, Georgetown P o5?TJ\l mf? st?AR AT auction? O'clock nn i il *}* 27111 ,n,tant- ?l 18 nf ih? k. "? Wharf, tbe cargo i?*i9!?.bd9 cholce ai><l prime Sngars je ,1-dts fcDW. 8 WR16HT. Auct'r. . JA8 C McGUIRE> Auctions A wi?,? F"K SPECULATORS will tion u.' w"hout reserve, at our Auc 2-fh ,??'? OI? F"U?AY EVENING text, June u ai'o c ock, tlie following Lou hrS.i?J YlaV,'0with klIn M?l Improvements, em ?.*.& is; tzr"* A *o, l ot 21, square 51, ditto. Al?o Lot No. 2, sqHare ?, vnluab o to brick them " P?*sessi?g a red loamy soil used by -oSSt L,?',Ni, }&Sg? ?STMb" "iVSS.! warrantee title given General . Je24 ,t. _JAS C_McGUIHE, Auct'r. By WALL, BAKNARDft CO.. Auctioneers ' rwJLwB?i.RD * "I'CKKY, Georgetown ) STKAM KWOINJt AIND UOILKK Hin*. ~ r,#"er Machine*, /au?,Saw" ??A!V ?* A,c,l#n? On W't DNESD* Yr Vo h Instant, at half-past 1 o . lock p m we win sell at the Rock Creek Foundry- P' ' iU 1 ri-borse EiuUe, with cylinder boiler I LatLe and Tools, complete ?h^fty.aWnWit,^^an,n? h"<1 on the same i m ^I J"*3 10? to #00 pounds Blacksmith's Portable Forge, with bellow# anvil, and tools iows, 1 Portable Saw-M1U complete 2 New unfinished Threshers Fo<lder Cutter, Handdrlll, upright Saw Knff'i? t Ci,amP8' Benches, Tools ,fr. b?,c,T?',ui',rM- f?-" ?*'><?? fcrms i All sums of trd un<if*r r? e v. . ?** that amount #0 and 80 davs w ith Intlr^t ^-H provtd security. interest and ap ieo.i, UaLL, BARNARD ft CO.. - . __ Auctioneers. By A. GREEN, Auctioneer IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED PROP ?r'l AactUn.?On MONDAY" ?>p \om instant. I .hall ?11, em? commencing on the Arst-named property S? part of lot No 15, In square No. 567, situated at the corner of New Jersey avenue aid n!uh S street; and immediately after the sale of the .ibove I sha'.l sell, on the premises, Lots Nos 4 ^.an,!I6- ,n jabot's subdivision of square No' 6,7 1 hese Lots front on nonh G, between north Oapito! and 1st streets east. ' u"wetn no,th Terms: One-tblul cash ; balance in 6 12 and 1-niontbs, for notes bearing Interest from d'av of S3iL i'i ! K,Ven an<1 8 ,,eetI ?* trust taken I ot?ir%|fn t*j /*?>:bt alM>ve sale I shall sell Lots Nos .31 aud 32, in Cabot's subdivision of i 525' 81 tf|e cor. er of North r.8' ^ ? b 0 *tree'"i having a front on Noith Car-itol street of Slifeet. running back 105 feet to a 15 foot al ey, with the improvement* hHek Hnn tW? tW0-|8tJ0r>r an'1 rou?h Cast S3J&.C-M-*0 ,o;n"' 'J!1*? ?oM^,'foroM"h iJSinft "nt-re'-i'lrom aC"ade<l1 """ je24l4 _A- CREEN, Auctioneer. By WALL, BARNARD ft CO , Auction rs. f Barnard ft Bcckky. Gcotpi'town ) VMHi^,K 1?L>""1 Diir proferty in Mirin Av' ? ,^ard at Auction. ? On W ED ^?M,'-thinsU"t, at 4 o'clock p in. we will fe.l Lots 9, 10, and 11, In square 15 known i"''Brk,Cr""k c.?, n,, cm" ?:, I ennsvlvania av.-aur and Tw. niy-stith sue.-i. with th? Foundry, Blacksmith Shop, O^e and other buildings there an. i his property is very valuable, ar.d worthy the ?ittentlon of rerson* who wi*h to carry on a I oundry atd Machine shop, or for a most btau Luildlng location-the- view of the Potoiuac unsurpju^'Y an<l Vlry,tia bL?re beiny from there Terms; One-fouith cash; the remainder in on, two, ar.d three yeirs from the day of sale, btaring interest A deed given and a deed 0f T.,, ?- WALL> BARNARD ft CO , * ? Auctloneeig, By A. GREEN, Auctioneer. TKlSTtKV SALE OE V A L L A 11L E 7. ro.Re,;'y mt t'ubl'c Auction.? By vlrtiw of two derd* of trust, each dated :iOih /anuary, u8!11 y recordtd i? the land records o^ W?,COU?tJr' D,*trlct of Columbia, respec ^ ^ , A 8., No. ?1, folio* 211 to 217 and LIbtr J. A. ?., No 02, folios 370 to Js?, ar.<i to satisfy deb's named in said deed, will be sold at public auction, on THURSDAY. a>th June' ' 1 lfce r?"P?5ti?e premises, comn encln ' at .' o elock p m., the following parcels of groifnd, ly ing and being in ti.e city of Washington, and known upon the plan of the said city as Lots Nos feRndttS, in square No. 555; also Lots Nos* li' io. 18, and 17, in square No 5Ca The sale will begin upon Lot No. 14, of square if l, ?nd be continued on the different lots until :he whole Is disposed of. Terms of sale: One-fourth cash; balance nav able In fix. twelve, and eighteen months, wiih In'erest, to be secured by deed of trust upon the property. Deeds to beat the expense of the pur chasers, if the terms of sale are not complied with within three days after the sale, the trustees reterve the right, at their opt!ou, to resell the property at the cost and risk of the purchasers By order of the Trustees H. M MORF1T, , JNO. B KIBBEV, { Tru^e? { A. GREEN, Auctioneer. By A GREEN, Auctioneer. ^TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE Property nt Public Auction.?By virtue ofadeed of trust dated J anuary o0, 1855, recorded In the land records of the county of Washington in the District of Celumbia, in Liber J A h No' g,';?? m 10 ???><' t?"t? p'l'pow of Mylng the debts therein securtd, will be sold at piiblif ?u5i-on; on the respective premises, on THURS. DAY, JnneM 1P5?, at 5 o'clock p m., all those lots cf ground la the city of W a^hlngtAn, known upon tLe public, plan of said city as lots 7, 17. *?, and 41. in iquare No. 555. I be sale will beoin upon Lot 7, In said square, and continue untll^U a.e sol* Terms of sale: one quarter cash; balance pay. able In six, twelve ard eighteen months, with in pro perty0 ^ 8ecu,cd by dee<l of lrust uPor? the l/the terms of sale are not complfe<t with with In th ree days after the sale tbe trustees reserve the right, at their option to re. ell the said property at the and cost of the purchswrs Deeds to be at the expense of the purchasers By order of the trustees : H. M. MORFIT, >?, 4 JNO. B KIBBEV. f Trustees. je<<t4~3t A. GREEN, Auct'r. By A. GREEN. Auctioneer. EXCELLENT THREE-STORY BRICK Lot the corner of loth ?t. and new York avenue, at Auction (in TUESDAY, the '21th Instant, I shall sell. In front of the premises, at half-past six o'clock p.m . part ?*_?rlglnal Lot No. 4, In square No. 372, hav ing a wide front on New York avenue, at the cor ner of 10th street west, with the lmprovemems, which ue an excellent three-storv brick house containing ten or twelve conveniently arranged cwtbul'ldings" ba k bulldinK and oth? necessary Title indisputable. One-fourth cash; balance in 6, 12 and I r ^ ' Purchaser to give notes for the sale" Pay meats, bearing Interest from day of A deed given and a deed of tru>t taken. JeU-d A. GREEN, Auct. F^Lm?ve??abiVu #mle l# P#?tP*ned until iiu la Julyi same honr. Je ^oftds A GREEN, Auctioneer H By A.GREEN, Auctioneer. ANDSO?E UUILOINO LOT ON Sixth, between U and H street, at Auctioa.? On FRIDAY, the '27th instant, 1 shall sell, In front of the premises, at 8 o'clock p m , a hand some building Lot, having a front of 25 feet on 6th strtet, running 83 fed, to a 16 feet alley, being lot No. 4, in tquare No. 4fc?. This property Is very handsonr.ely situated on 0th between G and il streets north, near the corner of G. Terms: One-third cash ; balance on a credit of fl. 12, and in months, for notes bearing In terest. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. Title indisputable. A. GREEN, Je23 Auctlonter. By JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer. SQUARE OF GROUND AT AUCTION*? On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, June 25, Immediately after the sale of theGovernment Lots, I shall sell the whole of Square No. le>8, bounded bv New Hampshire avenue, north V, 16th, and iK>rth W streets, containing !*?,Uf?0 square feet. Terms: One-third Cash ; the residue in six and twelve months, with interest, secured by deed of trust ou tbe premises. Je20-d JAS. C McGUIRE, Auct'r. AUCTlOJIJSALBb THIS AFTERNOON AND TO MORROW Bv JAS C. McGUIRE. Auctioneer EIECl'TORS' sale ue valcabl* Brick Hiaifi on 7th and 9th streto ma d the whole t( Square IV*. lij.?On TUES DAY A FTERNOON, June 21th, at 1 o'clock, we rhall sell at publl<^uctlon,to the highest bid der, the following valuable property belonging to the estate of the Tate George Win Uttermuhle, ?1*: Lot No. 7. in square No 407, fronting 51 feet 9 inches on 9th street west, between D and E streets nonh, running back 10(> feet, with the improve ments, consisting of three three storv Brick Uweillnc-hoiises, with two storv brick back build ings, cellars, he. The proximity of this valuable property to Pennsylvania avenue and the Centre Maraet ren ders it very desirable for business purposes T,ot No. , square No. 424, fronting on 7th street, b'tween M and N streets, with improve ments, consisting of three new three-story Brick Dwelling-houses, with two-?tory brick back buildings, cellars, wood- sheds, Ac. Two of these have the stores occupied as dry gords stores and the other as a grocer, store A pump of excellent water is Immediately In front of the premises, aad the porperty is altogether very desirable. Immediately after which we' slnll sell the whole of Square No. 15*2, bounded by 17th and 19th streets and nirth S and T streets; this will be sold entire or by the lot, at the opinion of the company. One of the lots has a two story Brick Dwelling on it. This square has been under cul tivation as a market-ga,den. and is a very va lia ble lot for that purpose The sale wi 1 commence, precisely at 4 o'clock, with the hous;s on 9th street. Title indisputa ble. Terms: One third cash; the retidue in 6. 19, and 18 months, with interest, secundby a deed of trust on the premises. If the terms of sale are cot complied with with in hve days thereafter the property will lie resold at the risk and expense of the defaulting puichas er. Title Indisputable and sale positive. CHARLES UTTERMUHLK, AUGUSTUS UTTERMUHLE, GEO W. UTTERMUHLE, Executors Je 16-d JAS. C. McGUIRE, Auct'r. Bv JAS C. McGUIRE. Auctioneer BIILDINO LOl' IN THE FIRST Ward. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, June 21th at6 o'clock, on the premises, I shall sell the eest ern part of Lot No. 21, in Square No. 140, front ing vti feet on north M street, between 18th and 19th streets west, running back 75 feet, containing 1800 fquare feet. Terms : One third cash ; the residue in 6 and 18 months, for notes bearing interest and secured by a deed of trust on the premises Je 18-d JAS. C McGUIRE, Auctioneer. By A. GREEN, Auctioneer SALE B V OKtltR OK THE ORPHANS' Court of Fishing Tackle, Seines, Bcati, fcc., at Anction.?On WKDNKPDAY. the 25th day of June, 19M, I shall sell, bv order of the Orphans' Court, the Fishing Tackle, Ac , be longing to the estate of Thomas W. Perkins, de c?ased. sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. ro . at the residence of Mr. Henry Perkins, at Blue Plains, known as the head of Frazier, about four miles from the Navy Yard bridge, near the Poto mac, the following articles, vix : 1 large new Seine. Rope and Corks 1 Seine, Rope and Corks, which has been used 1 keel bottom Hoat, with 10 Oars 2 Scows, 2 Look-out Boats 1 Capstans, 3 new Reams, 2 Lanterns 23 Tin Cups, Pots, Ovens, Kettles, Buckets Lot Carpenters' Tools, Cheats, Wood Bowls. Ac. Terms cash MARY A. PERKINS, Administratrix, je ls-d A. GREEN, Auctioneer. By JAS C. McGUIRE, Auctioneer E^XtKLLfcNT HKMTl HE AND House i hold Effects nt Pnblic Auction.?On WEDNESDAY MORNING, June 25th, at 10 o'clock, at the residence of Major Deas, U. 8 A . No 231 I street, between 18th and 19th streets, I shall sell all his Furniture Housekeeping Effects, viz: Suite of haadsome carved walnut parlor Furni ture, consisting of two French Sofa*, Arm Chair, ladies'Chair, and six parlor Chairs Rosewood marble top centre TaJ?le Handsome gilt frame Mirror. Slab, and Bracket Ladies' Escretolre. walnut Whatnot Rush-beat Chai-s. fancy Tables Silk and lace Curtains, Window Shades Handsome China Vases and Ornaments Brussels, three-ply, and other Carpets OH Cloth, Matting, Rugs Excellent walnut Extension Table Cane-seitand dining Chiars, Butler's Tray Sheffield plated Tea Set, Castors China, Glass, and Crockery Ware Walnut Bedsteads. Wardrobes. Washstands Dres^injj and plain Bureaus, Toilet Sets Hair ana husk Mattresses, Bolster* and Pillows Refrigerator, Stoves, Tin safes Together with the usual assortn ent of Kitchen Lur nails Terms $30 and under cash; over that sum a credit of'?0 aad >#0 days, for satisfactorily endorsed notes, bearing interest. P.S The h^use Is for rent. Inquire on the premises or of the auctioneer jell eod J AS. C. McG LJ1KL, Auctr. By A. GREEN, Auctioneer. VALUABLE Lltii K liOLaE A.XO LOT on 10th street at Aaction.?On TUES DAY . the 21th lnstaut, 1 shall sell, in front of the premises, at 6 o'clock p. in., part of Lot No 12, In square No. 346, having a front on llth s'r et west of 28 feet 6 inches, with a depth of I00fe*t one Inch, between F and G streets north, and oth er necessary outbuildings. This property is handsomely located next to the cornei of F street. Terms: One fourth cash; balance in 6, 12, 1e, and 24 months, the purchaser to give notes for the deferred payments. Waring Interest from the day of sale. A deed given and a doed of trust taken. All conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser. Title indisputable. If the purchaser shou.d fall to comply with the terms in five days frcm the day of sale, the property will be resold, at the risk and cost ?? the first purchaser, by advertising the same three times previous to such resale in the National Intelligencer. A.GREEN. je 10-eodAds Auctioneer. ? ' - - - * By A. GREKN, Auctioneer Handsome buildino lot on North k, between lbth and 17th streets, at Aaction.?On WEDNESDAY, the 2d July, I shall sell, In front of the premises, at 6 o'clock p m , Lot No. 4, in square No 1P4, fronting on the north side of North K 4S feet 10 inches, with an average depth of 146 feet 10 inches to a 30 feet alley, with a 15-feet side alley. The above des cribed property Is handsomely located Imme diately In the rear of the magnificent dwelling now Deing erected by George W Riggs, Esq., and only t?o squares north of Lafayette square. Title indlsputaO.e. Terms at sale je 20-d A. GREEN, Auct'r. By A. GREEN, Auctioneer. ALVAULK HLIL1>1*U LOT ON 4th street at Auction ?On FRIDAY, the 27th instant. I shall sell in front of the premises, at half-past 6 o'clock d m, south part of Lot No 8, in Square No. Pl2, having a front on 4th street east of 2ti fee1, u Un a depth of 105 feet 1 inch, between D and E streets i.ortb. containing 2,101 square feet of ground Also, the lumber now on tie lot, wbich is sufficient to build aframe bouse. Terms of saleforlot: One-third cash , balance in six and twelve months, for notes bearing Inte rest from the day of sale; a deed given ai.4 a deed or trust taken. For the lumber sixty and ninety days, for notes satisfactorily endorsed, bearing interest. A. GREEN. i? *3 Auctioneer. V By J. C. McGUIRE. Auctioneer. CLOSING OUT SALE of GOVERNMENT Lata in the City of Washington.?On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, June 25th, at 3 o'clock, at the Auction Rooms, I shall sell, by order of the Commissioner of Public Buildings, the following described City Lots belonirlna to the United States: "fc a " Square. No. of Lots. 33 4 51 a 80 pt?rt of 13 11" 4, 5 and 18 551 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 13, and 16,17, 18, and 24 ? 11 3 ti'W south half of 15 tSt 14, 15, 16, 17 and 19 654 3 835 13 13, 14 ?. of 1067 1 S. E of 1068 1 1119 1,2,10,11,12,13,14 1125 1,2,11,12.13,14,15,16 1126 1,?, 10.11, 12, 15,14 1127 3,4,5,6,7,8 1128 1,2,9,10,11,12 1132 1,2.11,12,13,14,15 1133 1,2,10,11, 12, 11. 14 1134 1,2,9,10,11,12 1135 3, 4, 5,6 7, y 113* 10.11,12,13 1137 1,2,11,12,13,14,15,10 llJte 1,2, 10,11,12, 3, 14 1139 1,2,9,10,11,12 1140 1,2,0,10,11,12 1141 1.2,11,12,13,14,15,16 1141 3,4,5,6,7,8,9 ' ' 1143 1,2,9, 10.11,' 12 1144 1,2 , 3 4, S, 6, 15, 16 Terms of sale: One-third cash: the residue in twoequal payments at o and 12 months, with in terest. The terms of sale must be complied with with in five days thereafter, or the property will be re sold at the risk and expense of the delinquent purchaser, J. B BLAKe, Commissioner of Public Buildings, je20-d J. C McGUIRE, Auct Ot'HULHOFK'S THIR1J MAZURKA just *3 published at the MusIq Depot. Price 25 cents, ni 30-tr GEO. UlLBUtt riiL?6HAPjaiC r^wtv FRO* THE ASSOCIATED P&E6S. HY HOUSE t'HniJNU TKLC?iRAPH. Democratic Ratification Barbarian rat;* ' 24th ? An immente la?t night. L WM beld hew ??? addition to the nrutl ipMcbw m '",m Uo" D"'*' s^7k?" son, Senator Thomson and Gao. C. Vail. Fremont Ra ifleation ClXCIlfMATI, June 24th.?A mr*r,A . ratification took place here last night at which ;^':redrfbi to un th?"*nd p*? **r? present. A prooeasion of Germans at tended with transparencies. Escape of a Robber. R.P.?"IBW0!L?- J ' Jua* ,4-?John W ??i Jr^ST1 t0 the **??*?"*<? coaotw lild rt bbe7rof th* Umbertrille Kail n Md o??e escaped from u,ence ,Ml #j . % tt supposed that hit wife furnUhed him tools A large reward will be offered for hi. a?t Republican Ratification ratifi!iaf>/T,?>June U ~The R?PO?>licans held a tt .legation Dl66tiD2 l&st Ciirht at y. .. V?S?22J"*> Mr 1 lUmore's Adherence to the Nomination eitiin. ?5Jrn Mr~Kil!mrr* "?m'j "f .ncioding th, M.jor, ?f New Yo't"/od BrooE yn. in reply to a question to that v , S^EVST* ^ ^^-oat^ nofi withdraw unless requested to do so b? party nominating him. ? Excursion to Cape May, Ac Philadelphia, June 24 ?Nearly one then ?and persons left here this morninir in th? S3??-?ir,'asfe; drSl cihl^V^ been taken for 0Ter one Sun tN?r 52 p,,on?e" on board the stsa^ er m ,for Lirerport, incladinr Mr. Mathews, late British consul at this porw Politici in Missouri St. Locis, June 23 Th? lUnUr r\_ racy of this city met in mas* meetii ^*I5uL* Mr ^ eleR1Cg' 10 r?"fj the nomination of Mr Buchanan and welcome Mr n ? I to Missouri Mr. Benton made a speich^J the occasion. The Democrat ten thousand persona nrm i j ware ihusiasm marked the proceeding*0 OthI|Ch *D nals tay the meetingwjf a ')0U" being over fifteen hundred present DOt Affairs in Kansas e*y? that Colonel Sumner has r.nt th?. It MkS Another letter, dated Kansas City Juwi* says Col. buuincr intends to arrest ever? riJ' son under indictment in Kansas, and d2l[r? nettber (ien. Lane nor any other arrr?.d S'Uy*" *? o,r.^ Douglas county. The sheriff shot onVif the assassins dead, and the others fled Col bumaer a*d received a despatch from Shux Xiu*:??1?* ^ lhc Cheyenne ^ aioux Indians had joined in proclaiming -ar against the whites It also static "* ? bile u. had l,ee? killed 0M tol Sumner immediately despatched a pany of troops for tha camp near Westport Havana Markets Naw Orleans, June 2a ?The itfack War nor has just arrived from Havana onth. w5' tiOL!. Stock h:lLd W.S bo??"TO Baltimore Markets Baltimore, June 21 ?F' >.?. : ? active; sale.- of 2 000 h'ri it 13 *nJ and Ohio 56 2j t&lfl ; Uo,rard ^reet wS"! uSucii r4 *? ???' * white M.ii4 ? jr^iiav iurfijcM ?J'??d 2c *w." '.VdeVTo,? Mess pork Siya^19 25 per bbl m *r *ew York Marke's ?iHSSta %fi" Hr Corn bi# *""Tk"5 S??tb i?w*'aStaSas^.-1- ?f 3,''oo,' ??t)0rkl>hil? ^lF/nc?j. e*Jes of 76W bbls mors ??MI. Beef is firm; sales of 2Aa kwi ' 7?? c^go rei.scked S12 Larl i, #; bbU.; Chi bbls at Ui? firUi' sales of 400 * iiiaky is firm; sales of 450 bbls ; Ohio 310. v ? Financial t^."d r"'/u? "aT6^" V* ,doil fki 2?; XIIUm-U ^ew York Central y3*- P, ?e?lr*l ?&; ?oil: Heading V,"1 v!^n"SrS*5 C 4 Illlno,? Central t.onds 88 _Merl.rg exchange is firm at 10 premium. c By J AS. C. MeUUIKU, Auctioneer lAIALOtiCC SALE OF STOlH OK J I5uo"s and blior.?On THURSDAY MORNING, June 26th, at 10 o'clock, at Store No. 335 Pennsylvania a?er lie, betw??a Otb and 7th strteU, I ?hall sell the emlre stock of a firm declining business, comprising an excellent as sortment of tin ;? goods for ladles' and gentlemen'* wear. Sale positive and without renenre The trade are invited to attend thla sale, which will be made In lots to suit. Terms : S<5 and under cask: over that sum a credit of 60 and 90 dajrs,fo:sa(H^acterllvendorsed notes, bearing Interest. JA$. C McOUlRE, je'21-d Auctioneer. By A. GHtlKN, Auctioneer. EXi ELLKiT HOL'SKHOLO AND K i tc !? e u Furniture at Auctiuu*?Un THL'Rf.iiiAY, the 46th Instart, 1 shall sell at the residence of Mr. Jolin Hands,No. 4691stre> t, next to the corner of ?th, at 10 o'clock a. m., an excellent aesortmeist of Furniture, Tlx: Mahogany Sofas, Beeded and other Chairs Do Bureaus, Wardrobes, Tablet, and Stsnds Chins, Crockery, Glass, and Stonewsre Fine plated Fruit Dishes, Castors, 1 vory-haadae knlwi Maple and other Bedsteads, Waabstands, and cane-seat Chairs Feather Beds, Bedding, Hair and other Mat tresses Moreen, 1'arlor. and other Window Curtalna Brtiftels, Three-ply, and other Carpets Fine mantle Clock, Vasts and Shades Cooking and other stoves, with a good lot of Kitchen requisites. Terms cash. A. GRKKN, je^l-d Auctloaeer. SALt OF LAND.?BY VIRTUE OF AU thorlty vested In me, on the premises. In Al exandria countv, Va., I will sell, at Auction, at I o'clock, onTHl; RSDAY, June S6th, a valuabl* lot of 48 acres of land. part in wood and a pait cleared, and remarkably well adapted to garden ing purposes. It is joined by the farms of Mr* Hamilton, R Cruit. and the Rev A Bays?about 1* miies f'om Georgetown. There are two ex cellent springs of water, and a comfortable lag House on the premieea. which Is all enclosed by a loeflMce. Any person wishing to purchase mav get aay desired information bv calling on Robert BaU. Sr.. near Ball's Cross Roads, or the subscriber, at 558 G street, near Third. Terms of sale: S*i0 <~->?h ; the balance in three. Oiiuai payments at 6, 1*2 and 10 months. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. ROBERT BA 1 1 ? je 10-ts* Executor for Wm. Bal MAGNOLIA HANK. THE FIRST LOT THIS SEASON of these aelebrated Hums justln sto^e and for sale bv Z M P KING, je 18-tf 265 Vt av, corner 15th and 1 sta STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, TOILET ^ Articles, Cabas, Canes. Umbrellas, Ac , Ac , selling ctf at a sacrifice at XM Penna avenue, be Iweenfithand 10th streets Jelft-tr v__ KLLIS. WIRE DIfrH COVERS, round and obloat all sizes, for sale low by jet U G. FRANCIS,4yu 7th street.