Newspaper of Evening Star, April 21, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 21, 1864 Page 1
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r?K V?. XXIII. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1861. N?. 3,478.' AUCTION SALE; ?rvrvHE DATS* |JY J. C. McGUIRE k CO., Auctioneer*. E ANMOMKLT IMPROVED PROPERTY NE\R IHJ? N0KTU1KS BOUNDARY OF Tii* Q1TY aT PUBLIC SALE. Pn TUESDAY A ? T EBNOON, April 26th, at half past 4 o'clock, ob the premises, we shall sell, on cunt of the heirs of tne late Guy Graham, all of fqeareNo. 92 except Lot No. 3, fronting respec tively on Connecticut aveaue, north R and 8 rtrpets, and Twenty-first street west, hands->m<MT enclosed, laid out, and Improved a* a vegetable and r<.wer garden, ana improved by a desirable frame rwellir.g Hcuse. with necessary outbuildings; :ve whole lyia* immediately opposite the hand k me ere >thot^es and hower gardens of Mr. Ooug sm. This desirable property will be sola in lots to suit purchaser1?. Terms: Oue-thirt cash; the remainder In three, vi and nine months, with interest, secured by -ceo of trust on the p-remineg. Conveyancing at w.e (o?t of the purchaser. ap 12 d i. C McGUIRE & CO., Ancta. |^Y J. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers, EXTENSIVE SALE OF~FINE BUILDING L0T3 FRONTING 7 Til AND 6TU STREETS WEST, AND RHODE INLAND AVENUE AND 3 STREET NORTH. On MONDAY, the 25th day of April, we shall sell, ':v front of the premises. at4}? o'clock, p. m.,nart <: Square No. 442, subdivided into handsome B tild ir e Lots running to alley*. This property Is situ* tiled only one square from the Railroad Depot, on 71h street, hi a thriving and fast improving part of ;fce city. Terms: One-fourth cash: balance in6, If, 13, and ;? months, for notes, bearing interest from date. A deed given free of cost, and deel of trust, at e st of the purchnsor. taken. Title clear. Plats of the Square mny be seen at the A ?^ti< n Ecoui*. ap.15 d J. C. McGUIRE .'c Co., Aacts. |?Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. "VACANT LOTS AT THE CORNER NORTH I STREET AND SEVENTH STREET EAST. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, April S/th. at half-past five o'clock, on the premises, we shall for s connt of the Convent ofthe Visitation, Lots No. is. IP, 17, Hflnrt ?, fronting together 272 feet FV'i inches on North I street, between Sixth and Sev enth streets east, (in the rear of Mr. Follanbee's residenoe.) and 159 feet on Seventh street east, to t>e divided into convenient bui'.ding lots, all run iIur to alleys. Terms: One-half eash, the remainder in six r onths, with interest, secured by a deed of trust cn the premises Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. ap.l?-d 3. C. McGUIRE A CO. Anets. |?Y i. 0. McGUIRE 4t CO., Auctioneers. PiMY-ON* HANDSOMELY LOCATED RE1LD JNG LOTS AT PUBLIC AUCTION. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, May 3d. atto'cloclt, < n the premises, we shall sell nearly the whole of Square No. Ml, Known as "Kingman's Garden," fronting about 25 feet each on 14th street, north Q ??treet. nth street, the "Circle," and "Kinsman Court," all running back to fine alleys, with One fa cilities for drainage the beautiful location of these Lot*, being en the high ground ioimedntely north ofthe Presi dent's House and Departments, tae advantage of a city passenger railroad and Potomac water imme diately in front of the premises, render th?na very rentable for Building Sites, and, as the sale, will t " made without reserve, it should command spe cial attention. , Terms of sale; Oae third in cash, R.n1 the re mainder in equal payments in six and twelve u.onths, with interest, seoured by a deed of trust ?.n the premises. Conveyances at cost of purchaser V A cash payment of $20 on each lot at the time tf sale will be required. ap.l4-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO.,Aucts. jgY J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctieneers. TRUSTEE S SALE Of A HOUSE AND LOT ON EI EVKNTH, BETWEEN L AND M STREETS. By virtue of a de?d of trust from B. B. Bridge, cated October 2,1857. and recorded in LiberJ. A. 8., No. 137, folios 440. Ac., ofthe Land Records ofthe . ouuty of Washington, I will offer at Auction on MONDAY, the 16th day of May next, on the premi ses, at o'clock. p. m., part of Lot seven (7) in >quare tnree hundred ana forty-one (.^11 ) in Wash .rton. bounded as follows, vi* : Beginning forty i ine feet seven inches from the southeast corner ?f M and Eleventh streets, and running thence i c.rtfc twenty-five feet on Eleventh street, thene? due east one hundred feet, the whele depth of said lot, thence due north twenty five feet, and then -e < ue west to the beginning with the improvements, < c nsisting of a Frame Dwelling. Terms of sale One-third of the purchase money -n be paid in eash. and the residue in two equal in t alrr.ents at six and tw lve months, with interest, to be secured The terms of sale must be complied with within cne week after sale, or tbs property-may be resold, s.;ter a week 's notice, at the risk and cost ofthe first Ltrchaser. CIIAS. S. ENGLISH. Tru-tee. ap 19-lrn J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Anets. |^Y J. C. McGUIRE A; CO., Auctioneers. 1 UP1IC SALE OP A VALUABLE LOT OF GROUND AT TBNALLYTOWN IN THE DIS TRICT OF COLUMBIA. On f ATO RU AY, the23?l day ol April, 18b4,at half i ast ?o'cloek p. m . will be offered for sale a valua r'e Lot of Ground at Tenallytown, in the. District . Columbia, bein:: a part of the tractof land called Mount Airy, as cocveyed by Charles A. Baatty to acob Bohrer, br deed duly recorded in the Land Records of Washington county, D. C., fronting th? (r^org^tfcwo and Rockville turopike load, runni g ra-k about fifty six perches, aaa containing s^out ' r acd a half acres of land, more or less. Terms of sale : One-third eash. balance in three f.r.d six monttsfor notet^and interest secure! by c- e" of trust on the premfses. Aa conveyances at ih. ^f the purchaser. Attorney in fact, ar td J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. IGNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE. In virtue ot a writ of Fieri Facias issued from the t -rk's Office of the Supreme Court ol the District ? f <'? lumbiaard to me directed. I will *?11 at pnb iic. fale for cash, on the premises, on MONDAY, the jsth day of April. 1??. a" 4 o'clock p. m.,?all de fendants ri?nt, title, clahn and interest in and to a frame i:<>p -ituated on partof Lot No. 11, inMiuare *?<' 69^< commencing 5" feet from the earner of C street north, and New Jeisey avenue, and run t ? g sonth along New Jersey avenue 15 feet, and <? niiing west toward B street lw feet, sened and ievied upon a* the property of Win. H. H.Crandell, ar.d will be sold :o satisfy Judicial No. 338 in favor ? * Franci' M. Bnckingham. ap 13 WARD H. LAMON.U. S. Marshal, B. C. J'NITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE. In virtue of a writ of fierie facias on Judgment of tcndMinnation from the Clerk s Office of the 5-opreme Court ofthe District of Columbia, and to tt..- directed. I will sell at public sale for cash, at the front of the Court House door of said County, u fEIDAY, the 29th day of April, 1864, at 12 c- elock m., the following described property to * Lot No. 1. in Square No. Ml, eastValfof Lo^ No. ??, 16, and 17, in Square No 714. in tfce city of Wash -'cgton, D. C , together with all and singular the in prt/vements tnereon. ??ized and levied upou as the property of Michael Maloney, and will be sold judicial No. ?. in JH~K.ll,. ?p 7.4 U. S. Marshal. D- C. ^NITED bTATES MARSHALS SAL*. In virtuH of a writ of Fieri Facias issued from the Clerks office.'of the 8upreme Court, ofthe District of Columbia, and to me directed, I will sell, at public sale, for cash, at the front of the Court Tlouse door, of said county, on FRIDAY, the ?th day of April. 1864, at 12 o'clock m., the follow ing described property, to wit: XT The north part of Lot No. 19, in Square No, 68, commencing for the said part at a point on 21st street west, at the distance of 9-' feet from the ?ortheaat corner of said Square, and running thence south 2n feet with the line of said list street, thence west 85 feet. thence north W feet, and thence ?ati 88 feet to said Jlst street west, and plane of beginning, estimated to contain l,7f*t squara feet, together with all and singular the improvements t^reon, seised and levied upon as the property of Thomas McNamy, and will be sold to satisfy ju Ckials No. 213, in faTor of Isaac Herxberg WARD H. LAMON, ap7-dAds U. S. Marshal. D. O. *7 g. MILITARY RAILROADS, ? Ojf'tt ofAsti slant QuartermasUr, Washis<.to.n, April 15,18o4. AUCTION .?Will beeold'on WEDNESDAY, the leth day ef May, at the Railroad Depot, in Alexan T * 400 Tons of Old Railroad IroD, M0 Tons of Old Car Axles, 250 Tons ot Cast Scrap Iron, joo Tons of Wrought Iron, 3 Tons of Old Brass and Copper, 3"> Oil Barrels. _ _ Terms: Cash in Government Funds. Ten (?) rcr eent. to be ftid At th# time of yurcbMe* the alance on delivery. . . .... . . nUr&srxr'" "Tl ap,16-dts. Captain and A. Q M. pY i. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TWENTY-THBEE WELL SITUATED BOILD lVQt LOTS ON THE ISLAND AT PUBLIC AUC TIOF On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, AprU 26, Ithilf past ? o:cloch.on the premises, we shall sell twen :y three well located building lots on the Island, lelonging to the "Convent of the Yisitstion, Gcor/etown, as follows: Eighteen lots?fronting each. 24 feet 6 inches on *?uth G street, between N inth and Tenth streets west, and running back about 124 feet, to a 25 toot publie alley; four lots 'routing 2i feet 6 inches each on South F street, oetween Ninth and Tenth streets west, and run ning t>ack about 124 feet to a 25-foot alley; aud one lot fronting 21 feet 10 luches?on Ninth street, be-^ tw?en eoutl <> and H streets and raunini back 9T feet. These lots are well situated for buUdiaa pur pt ses. and are known as part of the "Old Mansion-' grounds. . , , , . Terms: On* half caah, the remainder 1a ?ix KODthv, with interest, secured by a deea of trust cn the kremises. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. _ A payment of f s< on each lot will be retuirod at tte tim- of sale. at lfr-d J. C. MrGUIRf A CO , Anets. l\f OCLJJINGS! MOULDINGS!! iM MOULDINGS {?! The undersigned is now prepared to execute or der- for any Btyle or quantity of WOOD MOULD INGS, of superior finish and workmanship, Car penters and builders would do well to call and eiamiue quality of work. Ac., before ordering e ?*?L?re By energy, promptu4?*aud good work Kanthip I hope to u.?nt a sh&r* .^f^n^Uo patron E*cj?I*ior Moulding Mill, ap7 mr. l.yh and C M*., WashingUan. Roofing vblt AND CEMENT Curetantly on hand and for sale. Apply to BOTELEK A WTLLSOll, _.V1. , 31? FeBta. avenue, iup stair*.1 It K)2za WiTWU ith And lttb ?:<, AUCTION SALES. |^Y THOMAS DOWL1NG, Auct'r; Georgetown.*| SPLENDID PROPERTYIN GEORGETOWN FOR SALE. fir authority of decrees of the Circuit awl Ba- i firtme Courts of the District of Columbia, passed J n a cause. No. 1.6^ on the Equity Docket of said Courts, I shall ten to the highest bidder, on the 2'ith day of April instant, kt 4 o'clock in the after noon, in front of the premises, the following- Lots, numbered 18, 19. 20, II, 22,23, and 24, and another lot lyicg north of and adjoining the same, all in Georgetown, at the northwest intersection cf West and Congress streets, with the dwelling-house and other,buildings thereon. Th? property has been divided <>o as to give to the dwelUng-house 77 feet front on Wcatstrest, with a depth on Congress street of about 120 f#t. The other lots, on West street, live in number, have a front of feet and 123 to 125 feet in depth. An alley of seven feet extends in the r*ar of the whole from west to east,giving access to the whole from Congress et. The lot fronting on Cohgrosa street his be?n divided into two lots, each fronting i*jfeet on Congress street, with an alley of five fotft between than. The dwelling-house contains some ten or twelve room1*, two parlors in front, diaiing-roara, drawing room, kitchen, Ac. The whole property is eligibly and beautifully situated. Just ascending the neighta. in one of the jbest neighborhoods, within a f<?w ruinates' walk of the lailroad cars, oyer a good pavement. It la seldom such building lots as the vacant ground affords are offered for sale. Terms of sale, as prescribed by the desrees, are ; Cne-fourth of the purchase money in cash, and the residue at six. twelve, and eighteen months, for which the purchaser's bonds will be taken. bearing .interest from the dayof sale, aid a retained lien on the property sold If the terms are not complied with within three days, the property will be re fold, at the risk and cost of the defaulter, on one week's notice in the National Intelligencer. j possession on the 1st of May n?xt. The cost of conveyancing, certificates, bonds, stamps, AC., to be borne by the purchaser. B. O. GANTT, Trustee. ap 9 3'-aw&?la TUPS. DOWLING. Auct. gY GREEN & WILLIAMS, Auctioneer*. TRU8TEET8 8A LI. By authority of a deed of trust and a decree of the Supreme Court of this District, passed in tha jcaus* c f English Dodge and Cos aeainst Chas. H. .and Wm. H. Veoable, the subscriber will, on tha lrfth day oi if ay next, at five o'clock in the after noon. expose to sale at auction, to the highest bid der, the following property in this city, near the Navy Yard, namely. Lot No. 16 and part of 17, in Suuart; No. 6*7-beginning at the northeast corner of said lot 16, fronting on Sixth street east, and running thence south 72 feet, thence west irvs 'eet 1 iDch. thence north 72 feet,thence east l"5 feet 1 inch to the beginning, There are on this parcel of ground five tenements, aed each will l?e sold sepsrately. with a sufficient portion of ground attached to each. Terms: One-fourth of the purchase money in cash, and the residue at 6,12 and 18 months, with interest, for which the purchaser's hands, with surety, will be taken, and a lien on the premises sold retained. A deposit of $20 on each lot will be required at the sale. Deeds, certificates, bonds, stamps, at the pur chaser's cost. If the terms are not fully complied with within five days from the day of sale, the property will be resold at the defaulter's risk and co?t, W. REDTN. Trustee, ap JS-StgwA- ds GREEN A- WILLIAMS. A nets. B Y J. C. McGUIRE .A CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S HALE OF NEARLY ONE ENTIRE SQUARE NEAR TUB NAVY YARD. By virtue of a deed of trust from Joseph Curvil ' lier. dated 13th day of May, lbM. duly recorded in Liber J. A.ft., No 77, folio 17, Ac., of tha Land Bteoras of Washington county, D C , and a'.the request of all the parties Interested, I shall sell at Public Auction, on the premises, on FRIDAY, the 6th day of May next, at 6 orck>ek p. m.. Lot* Nos. 1, 2. 5, 6 7. 8,12.13,14, 15,16, in Square No. 902, in the city of Washington. Th<-se lots are located on south D and E, and east Eleventh and Twelfth streets. Terms of sale one third cash.residue in twoeqnal payment* at six ana twelve months, with purcha sers' notes, snd deed given and dead of tra?ttaken. Conveyancing and revenue stamps at the pur . chasers'cost. WM. R. WOODWARD, Trustee. At the same time and place, and on the same terms, the undersiened as executor of Mrs. Curvil lier, will sell at public auction. Lots 3_and 4 in the above rqnare. JOt* RBDTERN. Executor. ap. 14-eods J. C. MoGT'IRff A CO., Aucts. DV J. C. McGUIRE 4 CO., Auctioneers. CQMMlSSIOyEBS* SALE OF HEA L EST I TE. FRAME HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH L ST., BETWEEN (iTIT AND 7TH STS. WEST. The undersi^ni*!. commissioners appointed by the Supreme Tonrt <-f the District of Columbia, in the case of Hi/.abet h A. Fling and others against John'Carroll and others. No.123. equity, in said court, to make sale of the real estate^ of which ?Fames W. Fling died seized, hereby give notice that in pursuance of an order or said court, en tered on the8thday of April instant, they will sell, on the -premises. th<? following described House ?n<l Li>t. situate in the city of Washington. D. C., on W E 05 IIS DAY, the 4th day of May. ltWl, at 5 o'clock p. ni., namely; Lot No. 3* in Square No. fronting In feet on north L street, between 6th i and 7th sti eets west, aud having a depth in the rear 91 feet. The im provements consist of p. two <t<>ry frame house with a baefc building. Term* cash. . TII.EO. ?H ECKELS, ANDREW GoDDARD, E. F. QUEEN. BEMET HENNING, W. L. ROSS, Commissioners. ftp 20 .1 C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. EXCELLENT BRICK DWELLING HOUSE WITH WELL ESTABLISHED GROCERY STORK AND VACANT SIDE LOT AT THE CORNER OF TWELFTH AND M STREETS AT PUBLIC AUCTION. On MONDAY AFTERNOON, April25,at 5o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell Lots Nos. 14 and 15, in Square No. 282? each froctingZi feet?on Twelfth slrret west, at the Corner of north M street and Twelfth street west. Lot 14. at the corner, is im proved with a well built three atory brick dwelling Bouse, with back building, containing eleveu rooms, with fine store room and callars. Lot 15 adjoin8 tbe above, and has on It a warehouse, s'able, and carriage house, and will be sold sep* rately. 1 his is the property of Leroy Edwards, Efq., who haa conducted tne store with great sucoess, and only nells on account of failing health. Immedi ate posession given. * Terms : One- half cash, the remainder in six and twelve months with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premiaea ap.20-d ? J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. ?Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO , Auctioneera. B FORTY BOILDINO LOTS AT THE CORN BR OF L STREET NORTH AND FIR8T STREET WEST, On THt'BSDAY AFTERNOON, April 28, at half past 4 o'clock, on the premiaea. we shall sell Forty Vacant Lota at the corner of L street north and First street west, fronting respectively on L street, First street- and (sixty feet in the rear of L atreet. Terms caah. and sale peremptory. Conveyances at tbe ooet of tha purchasers. A ca?h payment of $20 will be required at the time of sale. _ ap,19-9t J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Ancta. gY BOTELER A WILLSON, Auctioneers.' EXTENSIVE SALE OpHORSES, CARRIAGES, BT'GGIES. HARNESS. Ac., AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY MORNING, April 26th. at 10o'clk, we will sell at the Livery and Sale Stables of Mr. Joseph L. Heise, situated on 6th street, south of Penn. avenue, his entire collection of valuable Horses, Carriages, Ac., viz : 25 Horses, embracing several superior pairs, Also, many fine Trotters and Riding Horses, 1 Close Carr'ag*-, 1 Open Carriage, 1 Calesh, 2 Phaetons. These Carriages are nearly new, of superior finiah and built by the best northern manufacturers. In Buggies, with and without tops, 2 Sleighs, 1 Bulky. 18 Sets Double and Single Harness, Saddles, Bridles. Whips. Halters, Blankets. Robes. Ac. Fersona in want of superior Horses. Carriages and Baggie* will find it to their interest to attend this sale. Terms cash. The unexpired lease of the stables (having up wards of four years torua)if not disposed of at private sale will be sold at auction at the same time ap 19 [Chron. J BOTELER A WILLSON, Aucts |jY THOMAS DOWLING" A net'; Georgetown. HANDSOME BUILDING LOT ON HEIGHTS OF GEORGETOWN, AT AUCTION. . I will sell at public auction, on TUESDAY AF TERNOON, April 26th. at five o'clock. Lot No SI, on the corner of Prospect and Frederick streets fronting 73 feet on Prospect street, and 99 feet on Frederick atreet. Peraons wanting a bean*iful site, commanding a splendid view down the Poto mac, will do well to attend this sale. Title Perfect. Term* at sale. ap 19-dtd ilntel.l THOS. DQWLING, Aucta. j^Y J. C. McGUIRE 4 CO., Auctioneera. VALUABLE IMPROVeFpROFERTYON MARY LAND AVENUE. BETWEEN "FIRST ANDSE0 OND STRBSTB WEST. AT PUBLIOSALE. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. Aaril 2Wh, at 6 o'clock, an the premises,.ve shall sell Lot No. 8btu Square No 576. fronting <? feat on Maryland ave nue. between First and Second streets weat, imme diately opposite the Government Botanical Gar den at the Capitol gate, and improve! by two ex cellent frame dwelling-houses, the western ?*rt eortaining 4,110 square feet of ground, with a well built two- story and attic frame dwelling-house with back building and stabling, the house containing nine room*, furniihtd throughout with gas. The eastern part containing 1.624aquare feet, and irtinrovod by a two-story frame dwelling. 'The yards are finely Improved with fruit and flowei*. and tbe property is in all respects desirable' gs residences. Terms: One-third is caah, the remaindar in ail,' twelve, and eighteen month*, with inter ast secured j by a deed <.f trust on the premiaea. Conveyaccet It the cost orjmrehaepr. w.h i * J\ J Q. MvGVlRE A CO, as?w; # g 1 t" AMUSEMENTS, CANTERBURY HALL. MUSIC J CANTERBURY HALL.l AND HAL L J CANTERBURY HALL,\ TIIE AT*R Looisiaha Avksdb, Tiiar Ctintr of Sixth Strut. Bear of Rational and Mttropohtan Hotels. Sign of the Biff Calcium Light. GKORO* Lea ? ?. ..Proprietor W. E. CAHJVioen........n 8tage Manager. THE ONLY FIRST CLA88 CONCERT HALL IN THE CITY. ?4 UNEXAMPLED SUCCESS OF TEE GftEAT STAR ALLIANCE. GREAT STAR ALLIANCE. ORBAT STAR ALLIANCE. GREAT STAR ALLIANCE. HOUSES CROWDED NIGHTLY. HOUSES CROWDED NIGHTLY. noUlBfcS CROWDED NIGHTLY. AUDIENCES WU-D WITH DELIGHT ! AUDIENCES WILD WITH DVL7GHT' AUDIENCES WJLD WITH DELIGHT! The Management determined that no ofhet es tablishment in the world shall ?y.X-C-D^i the Canterbury, either in the quantity or quality of attraction offerofi.has. at an unlimited pxw?nsn, encag^ the following artistes, whose world-jwfde reputationhas stamped them the wryaeme of pro fessional excellence: JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOnN MULLIGAN. JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLTGAN, JOHN MULLTGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, Without any exception, the b?*t Ethiopian Com edian of the age. W. B. CAVENAUGH, W. B. CAVENAUGH, W. B. CAVENAUGH. W. B. CAVENAUGH, LEW DONNELLY, LEW DONNELLY, LEW DONNELLY, DELEHANTY AND WARD. DELEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD, DBLEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WABD, DELEHANTY AND WARD* DELEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD, The greatest Clog Dancer# in the ?world. BILLY WEST, BILLY WEST, BILLY WEST, BiLLY WEST, ml. n. DOUGHERTY, .1. H. DOUGH KRTY, J. H. DOUGHERTY, W n. WILLIAM*, W H. WILLIAMS. W. 11. WILLIAMS, With the entire Canterbury Company, in n num ber of Original and Laughable Acts. Firet apvearance of MISS MARY FIELDING, MISS MARY FIELDING, MISS MARY FIELDING, Ml88 MARY FIELDING, MISS MARY FI ELDING, MISS MARY FIELDING, MISS MARY FIELDING, The Talented Comedienne and Vocalist. >1188 JENNIE ENGEL, MISS JENNIE KNfJSL, MISS JENNIE ENGEL, The Sweet Vocalist. | THE RON7ANI B ALLET TROUPE, Consisting of Sixteen Young Lacjies, in the beau tiful French Ballot entitled the NYMPHS OF THE SEA, NYMPHS OF THE SEA, N YMPHS OF TH ESEA, NYMPHS OF THE SLA. THE CANTERBURY BOUQUET OF BEAUTY. CODEiStiCgOf JENNIE FORREST, NELLIE RAINFORD, E8TELLE FORREST. MAGGIE WILSON, NAOMI PORTER, FLORENCE RIVERS, .LUCY CLIFTON, EMMA SCHELL, In two New Divertisenrents. Positively the Last Week of the succe??ful Trick Pantomime, entitled THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, Simon Blenriershank, the Clown. .W. B Cavenangh Bon Trowell,the Pantaloon W. H. Williams Jack Stoat, " the iran all tattered and torn," the Harlequin .? L. Donnelly Angelina, "a maid all forlorn," the Columbine ? .rr... Emma Schell Miles O'Beillr,from 31 orris Island Mr. Dougherty ?quire Guizieale ?-Mr. Ward Black Sheer, a Walter - ??. Mr. Bwitser GrabaU, a Poliseman 0. B. Cash, a Landlord?, Mr. Smith Sergeant Drill - Mr. Johnson ?rochiano??? ~| Miss Roulette Fisshofighteeris I | Mies Ooolson Firebrando | Mast. David Steamuppo f r , Mast. Thomas Binder! ZL. f Gnomes. < Mast. Jcrhn l apwing...?I Mast. James Firstly .? I ) Hut Andrew Sulphuriso .) I. ? . .Mast William The Bat Mast. Long whiskers The Cat. ? Miss Mouser The Dog ?....Mast. Canine The Oow_. ? Miss Brindle The Priest,''all shaven andshorn". .Mr. J oily man The Rooster, "that erow'd in the. he C si ? , Mr. Cocky-doodle-doo Quten of the Gnomes. ?_ Miss Clifton Starlights. Sunbeam.. Swandown fear ripple..- ? i??..mnnmi ~ 1 _W??Jr J?' Iff?. Mi Dewdrop Cowslip ~ Sweetpea Primrose Crystal Miss Forrest ....Miss Marian Miss Isabel ....Miss Sarah Inehanted Dell. llcsSsm* .. .Miss Garlotta , Miss Lorena \ ??. .Mis* Rose Miss Starch. Governess at Miss Howdy do's establishment for Young Ladies Miss Prideall Lady Guszleale???? ? Mist Active Gnomes, Fairies, Ac., by.. .The Lilliputian Family Beenery entirely new, by? ... W. Feltman Machinery, Trieks, and Transformations, by? ?.... W. Watson and Assistants Costumes, by.? ? Marshall Properties and Appointments, by Benson and As sistants Music, arranged, selected, and composed by ? Jot, Brakam The Illuminations and Calcium Lights, by......???............................... .J, Bwaggart The whole produeed and under the Imme diate direction of. ? W. B. Caveaaugh Admia-ion _.f!) 15 Orchestra - 50 Private Boxen, holding six persons. 5 uo Doors open at 7 o'clock; Performance to com mence at 8 orclock. FAMILY MATINEE ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 3 O'CLOCK, TO LADIES : NOTICE.?On account of the very unpleasant state of the weather for the last four Saturday Afternoon Matinees, the proprietor, at the re quest of many families, will have repeated, POSITIVELY FOR THE LAJJT TTME, POSITIVELY FOR THE LAST TIME, POSITIVELY FOR THE LAST TIME, the highly successful Trick Pantomime, entitled THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, which will be performed at cheap prices, positive ly for the laxti time. ' Admission?Ladies25 cents; Children 10cent*. SNOW'8 CELEBRATED TROUPE OF PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS Are engaged and will shortly appear. Iu rehearsal, the great Prise Drama,- written by John F. Poole, Esq.*. of New York, for which he received the prine of 9500, entitled the i MOUNTAIN OUT*,AW, MOUNTAIN otttlaw, ?'jftirsMmrOutlaw,' ? 7 .UUVNTAlN OUTLAW, and played for upward* of two %4fkaiaXe? York eft*. witfi '? *C '> b- - r . >}?' ijf f AMUSEMENTS. BROVER'B THEATER. PENNSYLVANIA AT,, NEAR WlLLARD'8 HOTEL. Leonard Groves _ Director ENTHUSIASTIC SUCCESS OF Q ROVER'S GREAT PHILADELPHIA COMPANY) CROWDING TUB THRATKR TO EXCESS. The flattering commendations of the Philadel phia press were most unmistakably endorsed by the hearty plaudits of the large and fashionable as semblage. PERFECT THUNDERS OF APPLAUSE . sllottEPED DFt'.N , THE BEAUtTFUL SCENERY, SUPERB ACTING asd , THRILLING EFFECT. ^iL1^PJp?lJ.<'0mPany RPP^ar again THIS (Thursday) EVENING, April 2M*>4, ior thelast time, positively. in the great irish Scenic Drama, COLLEEN BAWN; Or, THE BRIDES OF GARRVOWEN! Which will be presented with its magnificent -ceuery, superb music, aud grejU strength of cast. TneuttPTly unprecedented popularity orthe drama at the Chestnut street Theater cuwt'l it to run for thirty two nights, turning hundreds and hun dreds of people from the doors, who were unable U>gain admission. , FORD'S NEW THEATER, Tenth Street; abovb Pennsylvania Avenc*, THE SHAKSPKAREANTER CENTENARY. "The tide of time, which is constantly wearing f.wsy the dissoluble fabrics of other poets. passes by without injuring the adamant of Shakspeare.'' GRAND FESTIVAL WEEK'/0**''0*' WM. SHAKSPEARE, Born ArjuL?3.Dif? Apiul23, 1G16. "We shall not look npon his like again." The Manager, in order to lerd proper tilat to the Ter-centeuary eelehrattun of the hirtMsv of the great poet of the time, will inaugurate A DRAMATIC FESTIVAL WEEK, Courmencing on MONDAY EVENING. April, l.V-l, Which will be devoted exclusively to the produc tion of the Hhakspearenn play". illustrated by the best Sbakspearean actor of the age. EDWIN FORREST With the best Shakspearean Company now under a single management in the country. THIS (Thursday) EVENING. April 21, 1S1, EDWIN FORREST Will appear lor the Inst tiin?? in his grand imper sonation of KING LEARi Bdgar...... ? Mr J. McCullough Cordelia., >. Mrs. J.H. Allen Qoneril ? -.-.Miss Alice Gray FRIDAY. April 22. EDWIN FORREST LAST TIME AS MACBETH SATURDAY. April 25. THE 8HAK8PEARE TEti-CENTENARY In celeration of the three-hundredth anniver sary of Shakspeare* birthday. A GRAND 8H A KSPEA REAN "MELANGE. Consisting of acts from the following standard plavs of Shak-peare : ROMEO AND JULIET, AS YOU LIKE IT. A MIDSUMMER'S NIGHT'S DREAM, TAMING THE SHREW. The Theater will be illuminated on.the occasion. In pre par ati t^n, anew Grand Military Drair.a, entitled . COLUMBIA'S TRIUMPH. Person* holding IUserved places are respectfully requested to attend early, The immense tnrong of patrons now attending the Theater fill the thor oughfares to an extent rendering access to secured places somewhat difficult after rise of the curtain. _ _ TRICES OF ADMI^IO.V. Dress Circle... 50 wnts Orchestra Chairs?-.. 75 cents Family Circle .. .25 cents Private Boxes _ f 10 and $<>. Reserved seatson Mr. Forrost's nights 25 cts extra. Doors open at 7}x; performance to commence at 8. METROPOLITAN HALL, Pesbsvlvakia Avencband Eleventh Strjeet. GARDiNER tc CO-???Proprietors. INCREASED COMPANY ! SUPERIOR A TTRACTTONS! In addition to the old favorites, many new ones will ?uid to the general popularity of this highly popular Musv Hall. ' TO-NIGHT. JENNY L1ND a x n M V fLLASA.M HHloiiDon. With Songs, Dances. Ethiopian Acts, A.c. Look out for those coming. MISS EMMA GARDINER. MISS NELLIL TAYLOR, And the Ethiopian Comedians FATTY STEWART, HARRY ENOCHS, And the celebrated Comic Singer, TOM VAXCK. B GRAND FAMILY MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 3 O'CLOCK. Admission 26 and 5>') cents. Private Boxes S3 and %5- ap 21-3t LNEF1T TO THE HOSPITALS 1 OP WASHINGTON ' GALA NIGHT 1 HONOR TO TUE IMMORTAL BARD! TER CENTENARY AN NIV L R ? VRY OF TBB WORLD'S POET, WILLIAM S1IAKSPEARE. " The front of Jove himself; An eye like Mars, to threaten and command; ?\ station like the herald Mercury, A combination and a form, indeed. Where every God did seem to set his seal. To give tLe world assurance of a man." ?Hamlet, Act III., Scene L THE WASHINGTON LITERARY AND DRAMATIC ASSOCIATION Take great pleasure in announcing to the public that they will celebrate THIS IMPORTANT EVENT AT THE WASHINGTON THEATER, ELEVENTH STREET, ON SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 185*. PROGRAMME. OVERTURE. From Midsummer's Night's Dream. Orchestra under the able leadership of Prof. Rosu wald, ofthc Holliday street Theater, Baltimore. ODE, composed by Sprague Recited by Joseph Whiting, Esq.. of Grover's Theater. To conclude with the Crowning of Shakspe&re's bust. FIRST ACT OF HAMLET, by Members of the As sociation. MUSIC Othello. _ . Part II. RECITATION,Trial scene from ?'Othello," by the distinguished Sbakspearean reader- F. Tasistro, Esa. ESSAY ON THE GENIUS OF 8HAK8PEARE, Hon. H. L. Hosmer. MUSIC From Macbeth. SCENE 1, ACT III. MERCHANTOF VENICE,by Members of the Association. REMARKS ON SHAKSPEARB. bv the distin guished Elocutionist. Prof. Donald McLeod. SHAKSPEAREAN TABLEAUX. Closing with an allegorical picture of Shaks peare, under the management of the able W. C. Cohnheim, Esq. MISS SCHENCK, MISS FRIEL. J08EPH WHITING. Esq., FROFESSOR ROSSWALD, and F. TASISTRO, Esq., Have kindly volunteered their eminent services. The President, Lord Lyons, and Members of the Cabinet are invited, and are confidently expected to be present. BOX OFFICE will be open on Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday, from 9 a. m. to 12 m.; on Saturday, from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. Orchestra Seat*., #1; Dress Circle and Parquette, 7ft fents. Seats can he secured without extra charge. Gentlemanly Ushers will be in attendance. PROCEEDS TO BE GIVEN to thk HOSPITALS OF THE CITY AND LIBRARY OF THE ASSOCIATION. ap 16-dtit VARIETIES! VARIETIES I MUSIC HALL AND THEATER. Fronting Pensstltania Avkkce A Ninth Street Hamblim & Co ? Proprietors Fits Simmons ?. Stage Manager and Advertiser. Full of the First People Nightly. Great Public Resort of the Amttseineiit Loving Pwople. Ten Pstetty Lady Artistes. All young. ?/ graceful ai<d attractive. Last week of the World's Piuitominmt, MR. nERNANDEZ FOSTRER In addition will alto ?m>eur the following Lady Dancers; >1 LLE LTNA "WINDEL, AUGUSTA WALBY, LOUISA WALBY. FANNY M.\y, KITTY LEE, MAGGIE VERNON, ANNIE ELMORE. Also, the two OrefttBtar Bthiopians, the tfarpr-! "* *"**"?'" "iite&'inoMPSON; T i The B??t Ethiopians of ?to?_<lay. The Gregt MIS8 FRIEL AND MISS ATLANTA, .,"jess T^ FLt!w^a^F/RlN AVP , j A.,M -f.'A.l!) j ? . ton , < '? : I t .. ..!? t ? T f OFF IC1AL. ABBAHAji Lincoln, President of the United States of America, To all whom it may concern. Satisfactory evidence Having been exhibited to me that Giovanni Battista Cerrcti has been appointed Consul of Italy, at San Fran cisco, I do hereby recognize liim as snch, and declare bun free to exercise and enjoy snch functions, powers, and privileges, as are al lowed to the Consuls of the most favored na tions, in the United States. In testimony whereof, I have caused these letters to be made patent, and the Seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed. Given under my hand at the city of Wash, lngton, the llith 4,ay of April. A. I>. l^6f, [l.f.1 and oi the independence of the United States of America, the t?9tb. Abraham Lincoln. By the President: Wittiam H. Shwarp, Secretary of State. ABRAHAM Lincoln, President of the United States of America. To nil xohom.it, may cnnecrn. Satisfactory evidence having been exhibited to me that Ferdinando t>Z Luca has been ap pointed Consul General of Italy, at New Or leans, I do hereby recognize him as such, and declare him Iree to exercise and enjoy snch functions, powers, and privileges, as are al lowed to the Consuls General of the most la vored nations, in the United States. In testimony whereof, I have caused these letters to be made patent, and the S?-al of the United States to be hereunto affixed. Given under my hand at the City of \fashr iugton, the Ifitb day of April,' A. D. rs34, [L. p.] and of the Independence of the United Sta:es of America the 9^th. A bra ham Lincoln. By the President; William H. Seward, Secretary of State. Dismissals for the Week ending April 16, IS64. Colonel Asher S. Leidy, foth Pennsylvania volunteers, to date April 0,1961, for absence without leave. Lieutenant Colonel L. M. Balston, lOflth Pennsylvania -volunteers, to date April 13, 1SG4, lor absence without leave from the gen eral rendezvous for veteran volunteers a*. Ches ter hospital lrom the llth of March to the34th ol March, 1364. Major Henry M. Alles, 74th New York vol unteers, to date March 31, 1S64, for giving du plicate discharges to enlisted men. Major Siegfried Von Fostner and Captain John Stull, 3d New Jersey Cavalry; to date April 11, l?6-i, for making false musters, and being implicated in borrowing men from one company to swell the ranks of another. Captain Albert Hertzberg, and Captain F W. Schaefer, 3d New Jersey cavalry, to date April 11, 1?64, for borrowing men from one company to swell the ranks ol another, thereby making false musters. Cnptain S. C. Means, 3d West Virginia cav alry, -o date April 13, l!?64, for disobedience of OiderSi Captain M.A.Downing, 1st New York mount ed rille?, te date April 15,1604, for absence with out leave. Lieutenant and Adjutant N. Flansbury, 5?tfc Illinois volunteers, to date April 8, 1864, with loss of all pay and allowances, for committing a fraud upon the Government by passing three private citizens on Government transportation from Gal va to Chicago, Illinois. Assistant Surgeon Samuel T. Storer. O&th yjai\s i viwtticciSi ciiiU X'li oX-?a*- uttf UAHi ies G. Baldwin, lcth Ohio volunteers, to date April 13, 1664, lor drunkenness. Lieutenant W. G. Algie, 1st Maryland cav alry, to date April 11, 1964, for breach of arrest and habitual drunkenness. Second Lieutenant Nisbet Comly, 1st Ohio heavy artillery, to date April t?, li04, with loss of all pay and allowances, for continued ab sence without leave. Second lieutenant James Colter, 3tth Ohio volunteers, to date December -, lr63. lor deser tion. Second Lieutenant John C. Howard. 46th Ohio volunteers, to date April 11, 1-rGI, for drunkenness. The lollew ing officers, to date March 31, 1S6I, lor the causes mentioned, having been pub lished officially, and failed to appear before the commission: Absence without leave. captain J. H. Baker, 1st United States sharp shooters. For improperly enlisting a minor. Captain James A. Harris, 4th Ohio cavalry, and captain S. A. Clark, 5th Independent Bat talion, Ohio cavalry. Altencc without leave from Caiup Parole since January 30, 1861. Second Lieutenant Lewl6 Custer, Oth Ohio volunteers. Dismissal Confirmed. The order revoking the dismissal of and dis charging First Lieutenant William T- Worrall, 4 th United States colored troops, has been revoked, and tb? dismissal oi Lieutenant Worrall, to date March 33,1S61, has been con firmed. Dishonorably Discharged. Colonel John Stockton,9th Michigan cavalry, and Captain A. C. Stockton, Sth Michigan cav alry, t? date April 15, 1304, with loss of all pay and allowances, for rendering false and fraud ulent accounts against the Government. First Lieutenant L. C. Kent, 33d United States colored troopB, having requested a mustering officer to sign a false certificate, in order that he (Kent) might obtain a local bounty to which he was not entitled. Mustered Out. First Lieutenant Wm. P. Offley, 1st Dela ware cavalry, to date April 11, 1864, for drunk enness. The muster out of Captain Timothy M. Wil cox, 3d Missouri cavalry, to date March 26, 1864, for inefficiency and neglect in the per formance of his duty, has been confirmed. Dismissals Revoked. 1 he orders of dismissal in the following cases have been revoked: Captain George W. Hill, 13th United States infantry. Captain Timothy Guilford, 30th Connecticut volunteers, and he has been honorably dis charged as of the date of the order of dis missal. Captain E. P. Boas, 20th Illinois volunteers, satisfactory evidence having been furnished that the charge upon vNiich he was dismissed was erroneous. Captain F. Seguin, 76th Illinois volunteers, published March 8,1664, as Captain F. Leguin, 76th Illinois volunteers, and he has been hon orably discharged as of the date of the order of dismissal. Hospital Chaplain John A. Spooner, United States Army, and his resignation has been ac cepted, thus leaving him honorably,out of the service to date February 8,1861. Lieutenant S. O. Collins, 33d Indiana vol unteers, satisfactory evidence having been furnished that he died in November, 1*63* from disease contracted in the line of his duty. Lieutenant John V. Bo veil, 66 th Illinois vol unteers, and be has been honorably discharged, to date August 13, 1863. Dishonorable Muster Ont Revoked. The order dishonorably mustering out of ser vice AssistantSu^pon^wnifl^an Pennsylvania volunteers, as AssistantSnrgton JSenlBSMSKS: to date May 3 SI'I .1 8<it. * ' Hrsttrtd l? (?mnmiid, Tbe following officers, heretofore di&mu>seU, are restored, provided the vacancies have not been filled fcy tbe Governors of ibeir respecti v* Sta:ee: Captain 1>. H. Connors, 2d Peotisylvaa>>K?> serves; Captain Jas. Dnrgine, Ttb New Hamp shire volunteers; andOaptainGranvtlle F.Ma son, 7th New Hampfhire volunteers, with pay from the date at which tbej rejoin their regi ments for duty. * Surgeon J. B. McConatigby, 17:h Jiissour* \clunteers. REBEL ATTACK ON PLYMOUTH, !?. V. A B?ttlfflolBfO*-Th?T Attewpt te Sttrat a Fort?The Enemy Repulsed ? Still Mare Rebel BraUIUy?Their Ireu-claU aud Cuo-boats the Reaneke?Ruuiors of a Demonstration on Newbern. Norfolk, Va., April 19.?Refugees arri\ ing this morning from Plymontti, N. C-, report that fighting commenced there at half-past four on Sunday afternoon. The rebels came down in forca and attacked Fort Gray, which is abont a mile from the town, on the Roanokfe river. They planted a heavy btttery on Polli's Island, aooutahalf a mile distant, and kept up a continucns Are, dnring which they snc leeded in cutting: away the flag mist at the for*. Tbis was replaced and the "Stars aad S'-ripes" again floated d**ftantly in the face of the loe, and gallantly did the force within defend it. Tbe tebels then advanced slowly forward, gradually and carefnlly feeling their way up to within a short distance of the fort, when they made an impetuous charge. They were received with a galling Are, which thinned their rsnks and caused them to fall back. At-tin r.nd again they rallied and endeavored to Take the citadel by force, bat to 110 pnrj?ose. Each time tliey were repuUed with fearlul slaughter.. They retired, their artillery still keeping up tbe fire. Tbeir much boasted iron ram, with four other gunbeets, had moved down the river to the obstructions within six miles of the town, to co-operate with the land force*. The rebel force menacing Plymouth is re ported as being from ten to fifteen thdo?and strong, the cavalry being under the command ol General Hansom. ' (Jen. Weesels is command of the Union forces. He has Plymouth well fortified, and it is pronounced Impregnable. Th* brave Union soldiers who are there defending it will prove far more valient than the enemy. In front of the town are stationed" several gunboats. They hare done good service and will continue to do moTe. They have had to* stand already much ol the brant of the en gagement. The rebels' artillery flr?* has been directed on them, and It Is said tint on the gun boat Bombshell several have been killed and Wounded. All the citizens have left Ply months and the most of them are <(nartered on Roanoke Island. Several of the Rebel shells fell in the town. During tbe engagement tbe rebels captured .1 mejnber of the 2d North Carolina lovai regi ment, who formerly had deserted, they allege, from the 7th rebel regiment of that Stale; an?i it is reported that he was bung on the spat, without even so much as the form ot atrial. Tbis is more of rebel brutality, and it apps^irs that a new malignity is developing itself in the breasts of the minions of Jeff. Davis. It is rumored that the rebels have also ma.te a demonstration simultaneous with this in the \icmity of Newbern. The Confederates have a great anxiety to redetm the State of North Carolina, as they see that it is fast receding lrorc their grasp. Thongh they may use exer tions almost superhuman, they will find that Tnion arms can cope successful^' with any force that they may bring. Visit of Mbs. Lincoln.?Abou noon yes terday Mrs. Lincoln arrived from Washington for the purpose of visiting the Fair. She was accompanied by Mr. Blondell, the Belgian Minister at "Washington: Madame Bergna. tSe wife of the Secretary of the Belgian Legation; Major Hay, the President's Private Secretary: Mr! John W. Garrett, the President of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (lompany, and Mr. William Prescott Smith. The distinguished party were received at tbe door of thelnsii'nv by Gen. John S. Berry, Chairman of the Exec utive Committee: and Col. R.StocketMathew--, Chairman of the Reception Committee, and under their charge?Mr Garrett escorting Mrs. Lincoln?made a tour of the whole Fair, visit ing the Art Gallery, New England Kitchen, etc., tbe observed of all. Mrs. Lincoln ex pressea herself as higbly pleased wi.'h ifce appearance of the bail, a-id warmly eulogitfd. the beautiful ladies of Maryland, ai.d the nol le cause lor which they aie laboring Many ele gant and costly articles were presented dnring her visit. At the splendid table of the Ladies1 Central Relief Association, Mr. John W. Gar rett purchased a magnificently worked sofa 6flf<f.,0,l?Rr and presented it to Mrs. Lmi Circle presented her with a very~ffrtWsoiA& vase of wax flowers. Great quantities of beau tiful flowers have bteu receiv d daily from the President's Gardens at Washington, and tbe ladies presented the vase in token of the appre ciation of Mrs. Lincoln's kindness. Joseph J. Stewart, Etq., of Baltimore county, acted as spokesman on the behalf of the ladies, and Mr. Garrett received the gilt on the part of Mre. Lincoln. Tbe party visited the New Eagiand Kitsbeii, whi re they took dinner, and spent considerab'e time in viewing the curiosities there to b? ra?t Willi, after which they were escorted to tbe:h c^nlages and shortly after left lor Wasiiag tou.? Jialtimorr. American. Makyland Grand Lodge. I O.O. F.?This bodv met Monday at the North Gay street hall, in Baltimore, ?nd after transacting priva'e business adjourned t\li Tuesday. At 8 o'clock that eveuing the Lodge proceeded 10 the elec tion of offic? rs for the ensuing term, with the following result: jvr. W. Grand Master?Henry F. Garey, of Iris Ledge, No. 18: R. W. D. Grand Master?1 L. Baugher, of Franklin Lodge, No. 2: R. W. G. Warden?E Gover Cox, of Columbia Lodge, No. 3: R. W. G. Secretary, Jos. B. Escavailie, of Golden Rule Lodge, No. 8: R. W. G Treas urer?Richard Marley, of Mechanics' Ljage. No. 15: R. W. G. Chaplain?Geo. M. Kreos, ot Mechanics' Lodge, No. 15; R. W.G. Martial ? N. S. Harrison, of Pacific Lodge, No.CO; R. W. Grand Representative to Grand Lodge 11 S ? M. W. Brand Master Alex. K. Manu. of Adam Lodge, No. 35. It was thought that the business of the ses sion would not be concluded for several days. 515 AM?S F. HALIDAY, ~ | ? REAL ESTATE BROKER AXD AGEXT, No. 515 Ei.fvkxth streft, south of Pesssyl VASIA AVEXUE, WaSHIXGTOS. ap 4-eolm 562 - ?EVENTH STREET. 562 TO CARPENTERS AM) BUILDERS. 30,000 Lights of Sash of all sue*, from sslfi to 12\20, glazed and unglazed, ].(>?? pairs Blinds, 1 .fril Doors of all sizes, styles and qualities, 310.(X><) feet Mouldings of various patterns, Al"-o, a large assortment of Brackets, N< wel Posts, Balusters, Door and Window Frame*, Glass, &r.. Ac., making in nil the largest and nmst complete stock in the builders" line ever offered in this market, all of which will be fold at muhII profits to make room for more con stantly arriving from the factories. H. W. HAMILTON, Agent. N. B. I have also tbe agency for McLean'? Ex celsior 8ash Sustaimr ana the West Castle Slate Company's Mantels. The Sash Sustainer is the best thing ever in vented, aside from weight* and pulleys, and at le-s than one quarter the c?at. The Mantels manufactured by theabov* company are too well known tbronghont th? country to re quire any comment upon. For cbeapne--*, dura bility anu beauty they surpass all others. Sample can be seen at my office. n. W. HAMILTON, Agent. ap 16-eolm* 568 7th st.. oppo. Center Market. H E A P B O O K 8 . Ui wards of one thousand works of Engli?h and Foreign Literature,embracing HISTORY, TRAV ELS, POETRY. NOVELS, etc.. etc., at from 1) to 40 per cent, below the regular price*, at HEILPRIN'S Bookstore, *44 Pa. avenue, ap 11-lm between tttk and 13th streets. tTNITED STATES SERVICE MAGAZINE. I APRIL 1W*4. ?Ceota. War in its dbildlioodj Secession at the Naval School: Notes on Napier's Penlnsu'a War; Men Called Great in History; Where General Sherman Went, and What He Did* Faith Militant (poetry >, Literary Intelligence; Editor's Special Depart ment; The Army; Regular ?ayy; Volunteer N?vyJ ap 7 FRANCK TAYLOR. ??LIFT0N COTTON FACTORY FOR SALE. The above named Factory, with 390 acres oHau I, mostly wood, is offered for sale. This property is sitnated at the bead waters of 8t. Mary's river. The faotory building is four stories high, with ample water power and ma ehinery fur manufacturing cotton yarn. There is a grist mill, tavern, black smith a a wheelwright shop, storehouse, granery, tailor and shoemaker's shop with eight dweflrng; houses attached to the proportx.i T0 an epieryruungor compsny this prnferlir offers v?*y*reat iudiiceiaents, situ ated at libalKt^Qi aAafHWH* strcjup, with a large and thrifty eopwayjIV9<1yro? 1 nding it, an abund ance^f.woo?i(W?d tiiuUjr. healthy location, it can not fail to pa* tf worke<i. For further ? worked. For further Streei. llat] mh^eolm

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