Newspaper of Evening Star, 30 Nisan 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 30 Nisan 1864 Page 1
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WASHINGTON, D. C.. SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1864. N2. 3,486, * jw ; * IM hl ; r1' - <*t> +.V ?; H i%? id - A i'.UL r ' t - ;3tl -'?j Hon " iiOil? AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DATS. J^Y J 0. McGUIRE A GO.t Auctioneer*. VERY V*LUARL? LOTSON SEVEM FH STRAIT UKI'WE EN SOUTH D AND 1 STREB 18. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, May 4th, at 5 c 'clock in the promises, we shall sell, Lota Nja 3, 34. 38. and 37 in sub-dlv cion of Square No 4351 Isl* No*. U. 35, and f f:c"t raCn 24 freton Seventh itreet. be'weaa South D and X streets, back f4 feet to a 10 foot alley. Lot No. 8.fronts on ?;ah*.h street we?t, between D and E streets South, ana runs back same depth to liw alley. There are among the most desirable lots oa the Island. Terms: One-third in ca?h; the remainder in six f.nd twelve months, with interest, secured by deed i ftrufton the premises. ap?7-d J. C. McQUIRE A CO , Ancts. |^YJ C McGUIREA CO.. Auetioneers. -: > ALT APLE PROPERTY AT THE ' fV_? WHARf M PUBLIC AUr' f ST. Or WEDNESDAY AITlRNO^* -'*igN o'clock, nn the prerai?*?, wo ?? .W Jx"i a- 6 i s i)> 17 l>3 uTwi 19 Id ^%ll Lots No. 13. bK8!''- Aswara Si Sib.'ssrsr '-??kifiB8a!,S.?. S5K " ,1 ^n?. with large Pari >rs, B*r- room, ' outbuildings. The grounds are. par *'? y jCtidixl with asibRtantia: * tone wall, and , *. <rr ?f??lly laid ont wita ch tie* gransa, fraits, ?.na i jwera, with vivw to a summer re tort. The proximity of this hansom* property to tV? otfn-iTt wharvea at the foot of girth siree;, ana the G<.v?rnment wo:k*. Arieual, Ae.,comma n ling a? it df en, a cpVndid view of th?) Potomac river, lenders it very valuable as a Hotel or summer re-ort, and to this <u.l tie property will ba?>ld eu tire. Early p-?sesMon will be given. Terms : One third cash; the r?miiB'l*r in eix and twelve months, with Interest, secured by #i3ol of trust on the property. Title perfect. ap ?7 d J. C. McGUIRE & CO., Au=ts. |^Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. TWENTY OrE VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS ON THE ISLAND IN SCR DIVISION OP SQUARE No 41*2. AT AUOTIO.V. On WRDNE8DAY, the 4th day of Mav next, we shall sell, on the premises. Commencing at 8 o'clock, p. m.. the following valuable property, vit : All of Sauare No. 412, except two cr three lota, on which Rullding* are erected: the Square is divided into 24 handsome Building Lots, averaging from 23 to 25 feet front each, all of whicb run bach to al leys. Thia property is beautifully eituLted, bound* *>a by, and fronting on E and F streets south, and 8th and 9th streets west, and the sale will be well worthy the attention of pors .ns wishing to pur chase a handsome building site or make ?iooi i? vestment. Terms: One-half cash, balance in six and twelve months, the purchaser* to eire notes foT the de fered payments, bearing interem fMm the day of ?ale: a dted given and a deed of trust taken. All conveyances including revenue stamps at pur chasers cost. ap.?7-d [Rep.l GREEN A WILLI AMS, Aucts, gY THOMAS DOWUNG.Auct ; Georgetown, DESIRABLE BUILDING LOTS IN GEORGE TOWN AT PUBLIC AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, May 4th. at fi o'clock, p. m., 1 will sell, in front of the premises, rn the corner of Frederick and Fifth streets, a de sirable Building Lot fronting 75feet'on Frederick i-treet, and 9<t feet on Fifth street. Al^o. immediately afterthe above, the undivided third part of Lot No. 223. fronting 70 feet on Sixth street, running back len feet. Terms: One-third cash, balance in sixand twelve months, seeurf d by a deed of trust on the property. Conveyancing and stamps at the-cost of the pur chaser. Title perfect. ap.J7 1 TH08. DOWLING, Auct. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auotieneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF A HOUSE AND LOT ON ELEVENTH. BETWEEN L AN D M STREETS. By virtue of a deed of trust from K. B. Bridge, dated October 2,1867. and recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 137, folios 440, Ac., of the Land Records of the county of Washington, I will offer at Auction on MONDAY, the 16th day of May next, on tffe premi se*, at 6JS o'clock, p. m.. part of Lot seven (7) in !??uare three hundred ana forty-one (Sil) in Wash intoa. bounded as follow*, viz : Beginning forty nine feet seven inches from the southeast corner <>f M and Eleventh streets and running thence xortb twenty-five feet on Eleventh street, thence due east one hundred feet, the whole depth of said lot, thence due north twenty five feet, and then * due westto the beginning with the improvements, consisting of a Frame Dwelling. Terms of "ale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, and the residue in two equal in atalments at six and twelve months, with interest, to be secured The terms of sale must be complied with within one week after sale, or the property may be resold, after a week's notice, at the risk and cost ofthe first purchaser. CHAS. 8. ENGLISH. Trustee, ap 19 lm J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. ? Y~TTC. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. COMMISSIONER S" SALE OF REAL ESTATE. FRAME HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH L ST., BETWEEN 6TH AND 7T11 STS. WEST. The undersigned, commissioners appointed by the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, in the case of Elizabeth A. Fling and others against John Carroll and others. No. liS. equity, in said court, to make sale of the real eatate of which James W. Fling died seized, hereby give notice that in pursuance of an order c>f said court, en tered on the8thday of April instant, they will sell. the premises, the following described Hous0 and Lot. mtnate in the city of Washington, D, C., rn WEDNESDAY, the 4th H.v ^ May. 1&, at 3 0 clock p.m., namely: Lot No. 3, in Square No. 4i?'. fronting l?i feet on north L street, between 6tb and 7th streets wt>?t. and having a depth in the rear 91 feet. The improvements consist of a two story frame house with a back building. Terms cash. THEO. SHECKELS, ANDREW GODDARD, E F. QUEEN. EEMET HENNING, W. L. ROSS, Commissioners. apW J C. McGUIRE A CO.,Aucte. j?Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. TRUSTEE7^ SALE. By authority of a deed of trust and a decree of the Supreme Court of this District, passed in the i^u'f <>f English Dodge and Cox against Olias. H. and Wn.H. Yeaable. the subscriber will, on the 16th day of May next, at five o'clock in the after noon ex?os?t> sale at auction, to the highest >>id d*r, th? foil >win? property in this city, near the Navy Yard, namely. Lot No. 16 ?nd part of 17,in Square No. SC. beginning at the northeast cerner cfsaid lot 16 fronting on 8ixtb street east and Tanning then e south 72 feet,thence west UlS'eet 1 inch, thence nortb 72 feet, tkence east las feet 1 iccb to th? beginning Ht There are rn this unreel of ground five tenements, ajd each will be sold separately, with a sufficient portion of ground attached to each. T>-rms: One-fourth of the purcha=e money in cash, ani the residue at 6,12 and 18 months, with interest, for which the purchaser's bonds, with turety. will be taken, and. lien on the premises wo'd retained. A deposit of $2) on each lot wili be required at Uie s?le. Deeds, certificates, bonds, stamps, at the pur chaser's cost. If the terms are not fully complied with within five days from the day oS sale, the prop3rty will be refold at the defaulter's risk and cost, W. REDIN, Trustee, ap 13-3tawAds GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. ^ALE OF CONDEMNED HORSES AND MULES. (\Uf Quartermaster's Office. Dfpot of Wnskintton.l Wjshisgtoh, D. C., April 27, 1834. s Will l>e sold at pnblie auction, at the Corral, near the Observatory Jn the City of Washington, D. C., on WEDNESDAY,May 11, I3&4,and WEDNESDAY, May 28,1864, a lot of? HORSES AND MULES. condemned as unfit for public service. Terms: Cask in Government funds. Sale to commence at lo o'clock, a. m. D. H, RUOKEB. Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, ap.27 28t Depot of Washington. D. C. ^ UCTION SALE OF CONDEMNED HORSES. War Dipartveht. Cavilbt Bcriio, OrriCB orCHiir Quaxtibmastik, . Washington. D. C? April 85.1864.S will be sold at public auction, to t ne highest bid der. at the times and places named helow, vis: Newport, Penna , Thursday. May 6th, Gettysburg, Penna.. Monday. May 9th, Altoona, Penna.. Thurtd.y.M.y 12th, M iffiin, Penn. , Thursd.y. May )9th, Reading, Penna., Thursday. May 16th, Lebanon, Penn... Thursday, June 2d, Northumberland, Penna., Thursday, Juae 9th. Seranton, Pennn.,Thursday. June 16th. Williamsaort, Penna , Thursday, June 231. One Hundred (10Ct) horses at Gettysburg, and Two Hundred and Fifty (850> at each of theotuer places. These horses have been condemned as uiriit for the cavalry service of the United States Army. For ro?d and farm purposes ir any good bargains may be had. Horses will be sold singly. . .. Sales begin ftt 10 a m., and continue daily until all are sold. Terms: cash, in United States Treasury notel osly. JAMES A, EEIN. ap ae tje20 Lt. Col and C. Q. M Cavalry Buriafl, tT 8. MILITARY RA1LBOAD8, ? Office of Assistant Quartermaster, WlSDlKUTON, April 18, 1864. AUCTION.?Will be ?old, on WEDNESDAY, the 18th day of May, at the Railroad Depot, in Alexan dria. Va., iOu Tons of Old Railroad Iron, 100 Tods of Old Car Axles, 280 Tons of Cast Scran Iron, l(*i Tons of Wronght Iron, 3 Tons of Old Brass and Copper, 8l*> Oil Barrels. Terms : Cash in Government Funds. Ten (10) per cent , to be paid at the time of parchase, the balance on delivery. The property must be removed within ten days from date of sale. ? L. ROBINSON, ap.lti dts. Captain and A. Q M. I 3 000 n0H?K8 WANTED. ' M'AB DurARTMBST, CAVALRV BOREAU. ) Officio/ Chie.f Qummmasttr, Wa-disgtox, D. C., April 8,13S*. > Ore hnn Ired au<i fifty (|1&))dollars per will It ihid fox .11 CAVALRY HORSES r.elivpred within the next fifteen 115) day* at the OfTcrnment Stables, Giesboro, B.C. Kaid horses to be sound in all particulars, not le?.>i than five (8) nor more than nine (9) years old; from n,li{ to K hands high. full fleshed, compactly * jilt, bridle wise, and of size sufficient for cavalry purposes. Th^t tptctfications trill be rtrutly adhered lo and ritidly enforced in erery particular. I ment made on delivery of ten (10) and over, lie urs of inspection from 9 a. m. to *> p. m. JAMES A. EKIN. Lieut Colonel and ip ^ l&t Chief Quartermaster, Cavalry Bureau. OILLIARD TABLES FOB SALE.?The Subsori U ber hu three Crat-eUss Billiard Table*, nearly tew whiek he will dispose of very low. Iatui' ^ at the Billiard room, corner of 11th street 'i fe'jisylTwiJa suae, a> AUCTION SALES. B* J. C. MeGUIRB 4 CO., Auctioneers. r^P?TBB'j3. 8ALB Of VALUABLE 8LAUGH PROPERTY, with Brie* Building, r A'-SS an(! **!KBe P"?llior houses, and VACANT LOTS near the Navy Yard, belonging ta the ?*?te of the late Oharlea Miller. On WEDNESDAY AFTEBNOON, Mar 4 o poek, on ta* promises, commencing with the Bret named and continuing In the order herein named, by virtue or a decree of the Supreme Caurt of the District of Columbia, sitting in chancery passed on the 9th davof April, 1464, in a certain cause wherein Geo W. Miller is complainant and ?halfsef^6* *Te defen(**nt?. (No. M6.)we -JfV*0" 1,2 31 6 C. 7..8,9.10.24, 25, 25, 27, a>v? SS.jnSquare No. 953, fronting respectively on 9th and Kith streets east and south N street, im prav<jd by a brick dwelling house, slaughter house, ^tablet pens, Ac., known as the slaughter yard of the late Charles Miller, to be sold entire or di vided as may be deemed most desirable. Immediately after, Lots l. 2,3. and 4, in Square No. 954, fronting on south 0 street, between 9th and lflth streets east. ?Immediately after, part of lot No. 2. in Square No 976 fronting 6ftfeet 8 inches on south M street and running hack 94 feet 3Ja inches on Wth street east and improved by a double two-story frame dwelling house. Immediately after, part of Lot No. l,8quareNo. ?62, beginning for the fame at 43 f?et d inches from the southeast corner of said lot and Uience run ning west and fronting on M street 17 feet, thence brick dwelling b??"^- . - . .a o tiiately afier, part of Lot 2, same Square, beginning for the Fame at a point on M .street south, lno feet from east loth street, thence north about 72 feet, thence west 23 feet 9 inches, thence south about 72 feet, thence east 23 feet 9 inches to the beginning, together with the improvements, consisting of a tw<Mtory brick dwelling house. Immediately after, part of Lot No. 3, in Square No. 999, being the south part thereof, fronting 2 ) feet on llthstreet east and running back that width on M Btro*t south so foot, together with the ;m provrments. consisting of a flame dwelling hou^e. Immedia'ely after, Lot 13, in Square No. 1,023, fronting 90 feet on 13th street east, at thecirner of south E street, and running back 95 feet, to gether with the improvements, consisting of a threp story brick dwelling house, with three story brick back building Terms : One third in cashjthe remainder in 6,12, and 16 months, with interest, for which the pur chaser must give notes secured to the satisfaction of the Trustees. The purchaser to have the option of paying all in cash. Conveyancing and stamps at the cost of the pur chfts#rs. If the terms of sale are not complied with in five days therea'ier the Trustees reserva the right of reselling, at the risk and expense of the defaulting furchaser. on ene week's notice in the National ntellifcencer. GEO. A 110HRER, E. O. MORGAN, A. THOS. BRADLEY, Trustees. sp 21 eoAds J. C. McGUIRE Sc CO , Aucts. B Y 1. C McGUIRE Sc CO.. Auctioseers, TWO FRAME HOUSES AND LOTS ON FOUR and a half street, between Maryland avenue and south C street. BRICK HOUSE AND LOT on Sev enth street east, near the Navy Yard, Handsome BRICK DWELLING HOUSE and VACANT LOT at the corner of Bleventh street east and Penn sylvania avenue. On THURSDAY AFTEBNOON, May 19, at 4Y% o'clock, on the premises, commencing with the first-named and lolloping in the order hereinafter named, by virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in Chancery, passed on the 9th day of Apiil, 1864, in a cause, wherein Geo. W. Miller is complainant and Ellen Miller et al., are defendants. No. 146, we shall sell sub-divisions G. H,and Square No. 492, front ing 62 feet on Four-and-a-half street, w*Bt ?ide. between Maryland avenue and south C street, and running back 140 feet, lmnroved with two frame dwelling-houses, to be fold separately. IMMBDI1TILT AfTBR, Part of Square No. 9*7. beginning at the end of 61 feet 8 inches from the northeast corner of an alley fronting on L street, running thence south 23 feet 2 inrhes on said allay, thence west S) feet to the south line of a 1-t leased to Wm. O'Brien, thence north 23 feet 2 inches, thence east Si feet to the beginning. Also, part of said Square begin ing 61 feet 8 inches from the northwest corner and fronting on Seventh street east 23 feet 2 inches, thence east 76 feet, thence north 23 feet 2 inches, thence weft 76 feet to the beginning, together with the improvements, consisting of a two-story brick dwelling-hou^e fronting on Seventh street east, pear L street south rimimjiritY Aftei. Lots No. 2, 3,4, 5, and 6, in Square No. 991, front ing resfectively on Pennsylvaniaavenue.Eleventh street east and south G street. Lot No d is im proved with a handsome brick dwelling liflU3e, with baek buildings, stable, carriage-houses. As., being the residence of the late Charles Miller. Terms. One-tbird in cash; the remainder in three eqn?l instalments at six, twelve, and eighteen months, with interest, for which the purchaser ?hall give notes secured to the satisfaction of the Tmsteee. The purchase* to nave the option of taking all in cash. . , Conveyances and revenue stamps at the co?t o*. the purchaser. .. . , ? If the terms of sale are not complied with in five dayf thereafte* the Trustees reserve the right to re-sell at the risk and co?t of the def?ulting pur chaser, on one week'a notice in the National Intel ligencer, GEO. A BOHRER. ) Y. C. MORGAN, \ Trustees. A TflOS. BRADLY.\ ap.21-eo.l&ds J.C.McGI 1KB A CM., Aucts. B Y J C. McGL IRE A CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEES SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED BUtlNBBS PROPERTY at the corner of Sec ond street east and Pennsylvania aveiiui, THK WHOLE 6F SQUARE NO -4 1. LOTS on north A street, between Sixth and Seventh streets eaat, at Public Auction. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, May 17,at half-past 4 o'clock, on the premises, commenting and fol lowing in the order herein named, by virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Go' uinbia sitting in chancery,passed on the 9th day of Ap?il, 1864, in a certain cans# wherein George w Miller la complainant, ami Ellen Miller et al. are defendants, No. 146. we shall aellthe north half of lot No. 24, in fnuare No 752, frouting 27 feet 2S? inches on Second street east, at the corner of south B street at its intersection with Pennsylvania avenue, running back 76 feet, with the improve ments, consisting of a nearly new Brick Dwelling Howe, with fine store attached. Immediately after, the whole ofsquare No. 841, fronting respectively on East Capitol and south A streets, between Fifth and 8ixth streets east. Bub divided into desirable building lots fronting on east Capitol and south A streets. Immediately after, lots No. 16 and 17, in square No. 868 fronting each 51 feet on north A street be tween Sixth ana Seventh streets east, and runring back 1S8 feet 1 ineh to a S^-foot alley. Lot 17 is Im proved wish a small frame Dwelling-nouse. Immediately after, the north half of lot No. 16, in square No. 690. fronting 23>? feet on First street east, between south I ana K streets, and extend ing baek with thit wid h to the rear of the lot. Teras: One third inctsh; the residue in three equal instalments' at aix. twelve, and eighteen months, with interest, for whieh the purchaser shall give notes, secured to the satisfaction f>r the Trustees. The purchaser to have the option of payintr all cash Conveyances and stamps at the cost or the pur chaser. . ? . .... . If the terms of sale are not complied with in five days thereafter, the Trustees reserve the right to re sell at the rUk and cost of the defaulting pur ehassr. ?EO. A. BOHRER, ) E. C.MORGAN, \ A. THOS BRADLEY,\ Trustee*. ap.21-eodAds J. O. McGUIRE t Co., Aucti. gY GREEN St WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. TRU8TEE'S SALE OF~OVER THREE ACRES OF LAND IN TilE NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE NATIONAL RACE COURSE AT AUCTION. On MONDAY, the 23d day of May. 1864, I shall sell, by virtue of deed of trust to the subscriber, and recorded in Liber N. C. T., No. 8, folios 471, 472, 473 . 474 and475, cue of the land records for the county of Washington, in the District of Colum bia. at 4 o'clock p. m., on the premises, the follow ing described property, lying and being in the county of Washington, District aforesaid, viz: Part of Ridge Tract, beginning for the same at a stone marked the northeast corner of Ridge Tract, at its junction with St. Eliiabeth tract, and thenee running by a magnetic course north 83 degrees ana Ifi minutes west along the west boundary of said Ft, Elizabeth Tract 5 chains and SOlmks to a stake, thence south 25 degrees iUd ?*} mifiutes west o chains and W links to & stale, thence south 83 de grees and 30 minutes east 5 chains and 50 links to a stake set on the boundary line separating the said part of Ridge tract from the tract lying east there of, thence north S5 degrees and 30 minutes east along said boundary line 5 chains and 60 links to the p\ace of beginning, being parallel lines, con taining three acres and four perches, be the s&uie more or less. . , , Terms cash. All conveyancing, including reve nue stamps, at the cost of purchaser. If the terms of sale are i.ot complied with in five days after sale the trustee reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the first purchaser, by giving three days notice of such re '? ,lie %"??. M0KC.AN, ap21-eo&ds GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. ORPHANS' COURT, APR1I. 14th. 1*?4. 1/istTict of Columbia, Washington antttf <0. In the case of Thomas Dennis, adm,"iIjs{r8tor ?f Charles S. Whitney, deceased, the H(imiui>trator aforesaid ha?, with the approbate on uf the Orphans Court of Washington Countv atoresai<i, appointed Tuesday, the lutl. da? of jIiT next, for the final settlement aftd distrib'' ?f the personal estate tif,micflhs<vean * of th< l,\ hand, as fur a> the same bay bc,.n crt]iect,-d and turned into -od where all the creditors and heirs of said d ee aSe<j are notified to attend,(at theOr pbans I ourt 0f Washington County aforesaid.) )Vi, .ieir claims properly vouched, or they may L erwise by law be excluded from all benefit in aid deceased's estate : Provided, a copy of this order be published once a week for three w?e?s jn the Evening Star, previous to the ?id^l0th May. ?p ie-Jaw3w*1' ' Roister'of Will#. AMUSEMENTS. "|| ? 1 1 ' , ! CANTERBURY HALL. Yl ii 0 OTTODRDtta taOrii V MUSIC. r 4CANTERBURY HALLJ AND HAL L(CANTERBURY HALL,{ THEATER if- "sfc,-?nrt :3" :t -Jit$ j.j ?a?ot K0-. <?L' nsi-Si Louisiana Atbsub, Mar Comer oj Sixth Street, Rear of National and Metropolitan Hauls. . . . J/l - i : li1 . Bign of the Big Calcium Light. Gcorgc Lki ? Proprietor W. E. Cahavacoh Stage Manager, IMMENSE ATTRACTION! IMMENSE ATTRACTION! IMMENSE ATTRACTION ! .. ? iMMuncjs ATTIlACriON I The manager takes pleasure in announcing to his patrons and the public that he has effected an engagement with a GRAND COMEDY COMBINATION ! GRAND COMEDY COMBINATION 1 GRAND COMEDY COMBINATION ! . Which includes the names of some of the most talented artistes in the world, for the express pur pose of presenting, in an acceptable manner, FARCE, COMEDY AND BURLESQUE ! AND BURLESQUE ! I AKtK, COMEdy AND BURLESQUE ! First appearance of MRS. FRANK DREW ? MRS. FRANK DREW ' MRS. FRANK DREW ! MRS. FRANK DREW ! MRS. FRANK DREW ! MR8. FRANK DREW ! The celebrated Comedienne, from Niblo'a Garden, N* Y* MR. J. De FORREST, MR J. Dk FORREST, MR. J. Da FORREST, The talented Light Comedian, frcm Niblo's, N. Y. MISS NELLIE HOWARD, MISS NELLIE HOWARD, MISS NELLIE HOWARD, The most beautiful and attractive female Jig Dancer in America. MR. SAM RAINFORTH, MR. SAM RAINFORTH, MR. SAM RAINFORTH, The renowned Pantomimist and Maitre de Ballet. M'LLE CORDELIA M'LLE CORDELIA , AND M'LLE IRENE D ESTEPnE ! M'LLE IRENE D ESTEPHE ! ? ? The accomplished Danseuses, in conjunction with the Standard Favorites. JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, W. B. CAVENAUGH, W. B. CAVENAUGH, J. H. DOUGHERTY, J. H. DOUGHERTY, J. n. DOUGHERTY, DELEHANTY AND WARD, DELEIIANTY AND WARD, DXLEHANTY AND WARD, BILLY WEST, BILLY WEST, BiLLY WEST, W. H. WILLIAMS, W. H. WILLIAMS, W. H. WILLIAM8, MISS JENNIE ENGEL, MISS JENNIE ENGEL, MISS JENNIE ENGEL, JENNIE FORREST, MAGGIE WILSON, E8TELLE FORREST, LUCY CLIFTON, EMMA SCHELL, The Laughable Negro Sketch of OLE BULL IN A TIGHT PLACE ! OLA ttTTLL IN A TIGHT PLACE! OLE BULli IM A TIGHT PLAGM! Ole Bull........... ? ? John Mulligan The Farces of THE ROUGH DIAMOND 1 THE ROUGH DIAMOND I THE ROUGH DIAMOND ! SKETCHES IN INDIA! SKETCHES IN INDIA! SKETCHES IN INDIA! AND A DAY IN PARIS! AND A DAY IN PARIS! AND A DAY IN PARIS ! Frank Drew, Mr. J. De Forrest and W. B. Cavanaugh in the cast. In active preparation, and will shortly be pro duced, with New Scenery, the *500 fPRIZE DRAMA, by John L. Poole, Esq., entitled the MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, Ob, THE WRECK OF A LIFE ! As performed in New York for four successful weeks. Admisrion ? _~.J0 25 Orchestra CI Private Boxes, holding six persons...^...? .. 6? VU Door* open at 7 o'clock; t Kieuce at 8 ? ?i&sk, ?v kviu FAMILY MATINEE ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 2 O'CLOCK, Admission?Ladies 25 cents; Children in cents. SNOW'S CELEBRATED TROUPE OF PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS Are estate* will shortly wdw, AMUSEMENTS. GROVER'I THEATER. Li1T M" Wjlla??'b Hotel. Leonard Grotkb Director THIS (Saturday) EV iNING, April 3\ 1851, Last night but, positively, of the x, GR^AT TRAGlCALLIANfcE, ? ?. M.L. WiLlACE, S8?. ?ttVSKs ??*?&. casion, in his great character of T, , FAGIN! nJJ> performance will commence with the great five-act tragedy of 6 ?v .v , ? . JANi: SHORE, SI p i n llowing admirable cast of characters: J w w.navtnport " Dumont a* ? Lord Hastings MrsFarren as . . .Jane Shore To conclude with Mr. Wall&ck's own peculiar three act? version of Dickens' great play, in MrwVl OLIVER TWIST. Mr wallack as ?.Fagin, the Jew Mrs Farren as Nancy Sykes On Monday evening, the Great Alliance will ap pear for the only time in the ? KING OF THE COMMONS. FORD'S HEW THEATER, Tmmrm a?oti PanwdTLTiHU Av*sn. A GLORIOUS COMEDY BILL, replete with mirth and humor, for THIS Saturday) EVENING, April 3<\ Sunshine laugh* out in the $&y forest trees* Shadowfl are Iauehin* and dancing below: Meadows are joyou* with honey-fed been* _ olL6 "Ply whine at the phantom of woe ?> LAUGH WHEN YOU CAN^B* MERRY WHILE TJl?, Performance will commence with Gold smith's glorious old comedy of SHE STOOl'S TO CONQUER; OR, ' . ? TUB MISTAKES OF A NIGHT. Old Hardcastle . Mr II B Phillips Joung Marlo.W .Mr J A Heme Tony Lumpkin - Mr C B Bishop Miss Hardcastl*..... .Miss Vlice Grav To conclude with the drama of the ... , . AVENGING HAND I .Michael, the Maniac Avenger Mr J McCullough Monday?Edwin Forrest in his renowned char acter of Sparticus in Dr. Bird's tragedy of _ THE GLADIATOR Wednesday, May 4. benefit of Miss Alice Gray. In preparation and will shortly be produced, with new scenery, machinery, new and splendid dressts, ensigais. standards, war chariots, Ac., Sec.. bhakspeare's historical play of T . CORIOLANDS! In which Edwin Forrest will sustain his grand Roman character of CAIUS MARCIUS ! In preparation, the graud spectacle of the NAIAD QUEEN. VARIETIES! VARIETIES! Frosting Pennsylvania Avenue A Ninth Street Co ? Proprietors * jtz Simmons Stage Manager and Advertiser. This Evening, positi vely, the g-reat drama in two acts from Ainsworth's thrilling novel of Jack Bheppard. containing all the attractive scenes P<iln1t.iand interests of that great story?forming a life like, exciting representation; a correct an 1 vivid history, in dramatic form, of the renowned cil I,1from Lis apprenticeship to the icv?' &K SnEPPAR?, THE DAR ING HIGHWAYMAN, in 2 act*, 15 scenes and 8 tableaux. ThiB version of the Bold Bobber and Highwayman of England in the eighteenth centu ry is entirely new and novel, compiled from Ains worth s great novel and'the criminal calender of the period, a series of strange adventures, full of comic situation*, startling incidents and hair breadth escapes. This reckless, daring, but gen erous robber, was a favorite of a numerous class of pecple, visited by the first men of his day; his portrait was painted by Sir James ??der o{, KGar- ttie poet, founded the Beggar's Opera upon the incidents of ins career, anil Hogarth, the celebrated painter, his series of the 'Idle Apprentice," from Jack's confession in Newgate, instructive and moral in tendency. ap 29 METROPOLITAN HALL, nPAim mm *.Arir?VMDIt AND Btriet uAKDJiSB s CO?? ._. Proprietors. INCREASED COMPANY! SUPERIOR ATTRACTIONS! ?i? addition to the old favorites, many new ones will add to the general popularity of this highly popular Music Hall. TO-NIGHT. JENNY LIND MY PLEASANT NEIGHBOR. Songs, Dances, Ethiopian Acts, Ac. Look ont for those coming. MISS EMMA GARDINER. . > ^ . MISS KKLLIL TAYLOR, An?l the Ethiopian Comedians FATTY STEWART, HARRY ENOCHS, And the celebrated Comic Singer, TOM VANCE. GRAND FAMILY MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON, . . . , AT 3 O'CLOCK. Admission 25 and 5" cents. Private Boxes $3 and $d. ap 21-tf GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS STOCK OF THE CORPORATION OF GEORGE TOWN, D. C.?Persons who would wish to pur chase stock of the Corporation of Georgetown. D. C., on which interest will be payable quarter!r. can obtain some ou application to WILLIAM LAIRD, Esq., Clerk of the Corporation. ap 18 <l3w ? *? W BOND'S CRACKERS. E Have just received from Boston, Bond's Wme; Egg. Milk r.nd Boston Crackers. Also, v> ing s Farina Crackers on hand and for sate by ^ ?4 ? EG AN A PERRIE, ap 27 3t Corner of E and 9th streets. ATTENTION, COMPANY!-CLARK'S ON OUENT?A Powerful Stimulant.? Each packat warranted to ??<><??,<>? a full set of Whiskers or Moustaches in six weeks upon the smoothest without stain or injury to the skin. Any person using thisOnguent and finding it not as repre sented (by informing me of the fact,* can have their money returned to them at any time within three months from day of purchase. Price fl. Sont sealed and postpaid to anyaddress on receiptofthe Ti?v.ney' ird<Ve8s A' C> CLARK, P. 0. Drawer 119, Albany. N. Y. ap271m ^ H E A P B 0 0 K S . Upwards of one thousand works of English and Foreign Literature,embracing HISTORY, TRAV ELS. POETRY, NOVELS, etc., etc., at from 10 to 40 per cent, below the regular prices, at HEILPRIN'S Bookstore, 244 Pa. avenue, *P 11-lm between 12th and 13th streets. TIT""] ! ATTENTION. HE Undersigned is now ready to receive her iaay friends auf the ladies of Washington at her FRENCH MILLINERY ROOMS. where^Q ?he has the most magnificent Silk, Illusion.3^ Crape, Bombazine and a splendid assortment of Straw Bonnets and Hats of the latest Parisian Bonnets and Hats trimmed at the shortest no tice. All goods will be sold at New York prices. Ladies wishing goods will do well to call and ex amine my stock before purchasing elsewhere. MADAME De BORRIES, 2bb Pennsylvania avenue, ap 27-2w between 12th and 13th sts. FJ. HEIBERGER, SUCCESSOR TO H. F. ? LOUDON A CO., CITIZENS' AND MILITARY MERCHANT TAILOR, MttrcfohtaH Hotel (late Brown's,) .. ? 302 Pennsylvania avenue. OC2( tf ji. r. 1 Washington. D. C. CHOICi 7 ? Mttl GROCERIES. Prime Sugars, only ?** Prime Coffee, 25, 55 and 46 ctrf _ Best Imperial and Gunpowder Teas, only $2 Finest Oolong and English Breakfast Teas, only | Fine Brandies. Wines and Segarn. S- EVANS, 4 ST 9th street, ap 26-5t* between P and E. W J? IEAKS-Bv Proftssor fm Pin fL- Artfl and Simplified Method cont n ^ ^ * ai>- o<nff?f?f.-Professor Wolowski uispositively la?eoiiTse in Washington, ,-u all those who wish to follow his easy svstem have no time to lose. Profeasor'a reception hours are from 9 to 10 a. m., at bis residence, No. 316 E street, corner of 11th. apt! 2w /CHURCH FURNITURE FOR SALE.-WiU be sold in all this week at the Foundry Church, corner of G and 14th streets, sundry Pews, Fur naces, Stoves and Pipe, Venetian Blinds, Oil Cloth, Mats. Carpett- and Matting,affording a good chance for bargains. For particulars ?ee D. A. GARDNER No. 460 New York avenue', between llth and 15th Bts. By order. ap 26-3t* E. F. SIMPSON, Sec. FOR SALE WITH SACRIFICE.?One of the best and entirely new George A. Prince's MELO DEONS, full five octaves, and w^th double bass, by a gentleman leaving Washington, and is to be seen at Prof. Alex. Wolowski's rooms. No. 316 Fstreet, corner of lltb. Hours of reception only from 9 to ?o'clock a. m. ap216t TO THOSE IN WANT OF A GOOD COOKING STOVE.?Try the "Arbiter," the best Baking Stove in use. We guarantee them to give satisfac tion. S. II. A H. I. GREGORY, ap 23-61 381 Penn. avenue, near 7th street. FOR SALE.?A Rose#ood 6 octave Ohickerip* PIANO. PricefH. Also,a second-handGro ver A Bak?r SBWINO MACljlNi, in good order. Price 125. Inquire at 415 S street, between 8th ami 911;, ?> ap26 3t* TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES ] ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. RtcenMiitaace to Madison Crtrt House? The Enemy Ntlii Force la thai Vicini ty?Dinner to_Gen. Grant and other*, by John Minor Betls. Advices from the Army of the Potomac state that on Thursday a brigade of oavalry under Gen. Devens -went out on a reoonnoissance to Madison Court Honse, and focnd a party of about thirty rebels in the place, moat ot whom they captured. No force of the enemy was discovered any. where in that vicinity, although it was cur rently reported tneyhad crossed the Sapidan, and were moving toward our right. The expedition returned without any loss. Mr. John M. Botts gave a dinner on Thurs dav, at which Generals Grant, Sedgwiclr, Hancock, BirneyVHumpfcxeys, Robinson, Wil liams, In calls, Rawlince, Mott, Carr, Webb, Gibbon, Enstls, and Morris, wore present. The affair was at the most sumptuous oharac er, ted ail seemed to enjoy themselves. The renAfcylvanla Reserves. i Habbibburo, April 29.?In the House of Representatives this evening, Mr. Barger made an important statement in relation to the 15th regiment Pennsylvania Reserves. The men, he stated, entered the service of Pennsylvania in May, three years ago, but were not mustered into the national service till 'hree months after, and are now greatly dissatisfied; so much so, thai a number of them were under arrest, the men claiming that their term of service expired in May, the National Government contending that it extended until July. Mr. Barger read an extract of a letter from Col. McCandle&s, commanding the division, relative to the dissatisfaction, and fearing the men would refuse to serve after May. Governor Curtin had urged that some action on the part of the Legislature be taken to in duce the national Government to romply with the demands of the reserves. In accordance with this suggestion, Mr. Barger offered a res olution which urgently solicited the President to discharge the reserves. T? add to the dissatisfaction of the men, it is stated that some of their comrades who had left and joined the regulars had already been discharged by order of the War Department, which allowed soldiers leaving the volunteers and joining the regulars to count their three years from the date of their original enrollment, and not from the date ot actual muster into the national service. The resolution was unanimously adopted. Simon Cameron has been chosen president of the Union State Central Committee. The Draft in New Jersey, Trkkton, April 29.?The Draft for S,8-31 men. being the deficiency on the two last calls, will begin in this State on the 3d of May. COWGRESSIOWAli. Ik the Senate yesterday? The bill to provide a national currency, se cured by a pledge of United States bonds, was discussed, but no definite action was laken. In TUB HOUSE? Mr. Dawes offered a resolution requesting the President to communicate to the House the letters, notes, telegrams, orders, Ac., alluded to in his answer to a resolution of the House in quiring whether Francis P. Blair, jr., held any commission in the military service of the United States. Mr. Brooks offered an amendment which was read for information, namely: That the Presi dent communicate to the House as soon as pos sible all vouchers or depositions in his or the possession of the Treasury Department, re specting the fitting up of a bureau in theTreas ury Department building for printing money, bonds or other obligations of the United States. Mr. Stevens thought it ought to be acted upon separately from the subject before the House. Mr Brooks asked him whether he would be enabled to do so I Mr. Stevens replied that he would agree to asking general consent. - Mr. Schenck emphatically objected. Mr. Brooks expressed his surprise at the sen sitiveness of the gentleman on the other side to his making a .few remarks in support of his calling on the President for information. Un der our form of Government we are entitled to information from the Executive which is not detrimental to the public interests. The infor mat.on called for by the resolution of the gen tleman from Massachusetts is not detrimental to the public interests, but likely to be of pub lic good. We have not only the right to know -what is going on in the Executive Department but a right to know what is going on in otiier Derailments cf the Government. In Decem ber or January last, after the close of the holi days, he submitted some allegations connected with the Treasury Department, which were disregarded by gentlemen on the other side. They had made no use of the testimony sub mitted at this he had expressed his surprise. Mr. Creswell objected to the gentleman pro ceedirig wi h his remarks. Mr. Brooks remarked that the gentleman might as well allow him to proceed now as a; any other time, lie would go to that hign Court of Appeals, the newspaper press, if the Republicans would not hear him speak of plundering and stealing of public treasure. Did the gentleman make a point of order on that I Mr. Creswell replied that he would make the point of public morals. The remarks of the gentleman were not applicable to the subject pending. The Speaker said the gentleman trom New York Was out of order. Mr. Rrooks remarked that the greater part ot to-day was occupied in discussing whether a certain quantity of liquor had been purchased, Bid for by somebody's money. The broadest itude of debate had been allowed respecting the member of the Cabinet, and yet when he approached another member of the Cabinet, the gentleman from Maryland objected as a matter of public moral6. Ten years ago, while a member of this House, be endeavored to save his Whig friends from infamy in connec tion with the Galpin frauds, and in relation to which the Whigs were attacked by the Demo crats. But now a general clamor was raised the very moment he approached the subject of the Treasuiy. Mr. Brooks offered another resolution, pre r.edad by * proftmbic, calling for the appoint ment of a committee to examine into and re port on the condition of the Treasury Depart* ment, and especially as to the Bureau wherein are printed notes, bonds and other obligations of the United States, with power to employ experts; and that the committee suggest or recommend such changes for facilitating busi ness and the protection of the public interests as may be necessary. Mr. Garfield moved a substitute?that the Committee on the Conduct of the War Inquire into the subject, and that the Hon. James Brooks be summoned to give testimony as to any or all frauds of which he has knowledge in connection with the Treasury Department. Mr. Brooks said he would accept that. Mr. Brooks ?aid millions of public money had been sacrificed in the bureau of printing, and much evil produced by the conversion of the Treasury building into a house of orgies and bacchanals. If the galleries were cleared so that language could be uttered not fit for female ears, he could show every word he said was more than true. The Speaker decided that Mr. Brooks was I ot 6rder, Alii that he must take his Seat unless he appealed from the decision of the Chair. i Mr. Brooks *a id he had too much respect for the Chair to appeal. Considerable contusion here ensued. Messrs. Schenck, Cox, Johnson and others on both Bides were all talking at the same time, while the Speaker was hammering with his gavel to en force order. Mr. Schenck on one side of the hall and Mr. Brooks on the other indulged in a hurried and brief colloquy, but owiiig to the confusion its purport wa$ not heard in the re porter's ??!!? y, further than Mr. Brooks said to Mr. Scbenck, " This is not Baltimore, but the Capital of the'United States." Mr. Schenck's reply was not heard. The Speaker directed Messrs. Schenck and Brooks to take their respective seats, saying this was the second time he had so ordered. Finally quiet was restored. On motion ol Mr. Miller, of Pa., Mr. Brooks was allowed to proceed in order?yeas 64, nays 36. Mr. Brooks said he should not struggle much further. He then tegan to read from a paper in his hand. The question to be decided is whether we shall call on the Executive far in formation, and whether a resolution sha^l be HBBStd so thd House may b? luioriwd of the character of Spencer M. Clark, who has charge of printing public money. Mr. Dawes'resolution, calling for information in relation to Mr. Blair, was agreed to. Tbe Hotiff took tip the bill if latiy* to pro viding republican ?over?ments for States-rnb veifed or overthrown by tbe rebellkm. Mr. S\hoQeld made a sptfrh showing that ^lavm bas be en au el?rat-i>l oi die?<ud in our ie> ublican tystem?ha* prtKft*C*d"the pr?*s?ut condition of affhlri, and ought fh^retone to be removed. Mr. Garfield offered a pn^mbl*<|DotinK r* caiks heretofore made by F. I'. Bi&u, to th? tfleet, tbat Secretary Chase is making uw of income from abandoned plantation* to carry out the programme of the Pomeroy secret cir cular, and was against the Administration ?which gave him place. That nobody believed he has retired as a candidate for the Presidency, although be has sold so in a letter, bnt it work ing under-ground and ueing his pnMic position to premote bis own political 5 hemee, -thus running the Fomerov machine Ttw preamble further quotes frotn the New York World and ike Constitutional Union, which papers con tained articles charging frauds in the fractional currency, and as Hon. James Brooks bad reported the substauceof these articles There fore, R'tf-fr'd, That a committee of five be appoint ed by Speaker of House to hi vestigate the truth of the allegations above quoted, and of any other allegation* affecting tho tnterriMr of the Treasury Department, and that rney nave power to send for persons ana papers. Mr. Ancona objected to introductory reso lution, therefore It could notl?e entertained, general consent being required by the rules. The House took a recess until 7 o'clock, and upon reascemhllng the bill te provide republi can governments for tbe States overthrown or subverted by the rebellion, was taken up, and Mr. Stevens offered a substitute therefor. It declare* that the rebellions States, by waging an unjust war, have no right io claim exemp tion from the extreme rigors and rights or war that none of the States which have seceded with the consent of a majorit> of their citiaens can be tolerated or considered a* within the Union, so as to be allowed representation in S thereto stre .prwpoeee, tbey can be tw?*%kda- OX the aon-eeoeded thai whenever tbe Union fores eonqpef the seceded States, tbey shall be repre sented in the House of Rep resent art! res the same as other Territories. < Messrs. Dawson, Morehead, aud others made & lew brief remarks. /. FURTHER FROM THE SOUTH. Late Newi Items ef Interest. From the Atlanta (Ga.) Daily Intelligen cer, of April 22?we extract the lol lowing telegraph ic despatchee: The Defeat ef Banks. Mobile, April ISO.?Western despatches re port that a battle took place at Mansfield, La., on April 6. Banks was defeated with a loss of H,OOi). Gen. Kirby Smith captured 33 guns, 200 hundred wagons, and 3,000 prisoners. Th? Federals admit a defeat. Generals Mouton and Pollgnac were severe ly wounded. Steele is surrounded on the Little Missouri, and is awaiting reinforcements. Dash en Pert Hudson. Mobile, ApTfl 'SO.?tX)l. Powers, with -200 men, dashed into Port Hudson oa the ?th, and captured one gun and eighteen prisoners. The Yankees admit a loss of ninety. Powers" loss, three wounded. The Fert Pillew Affair. Richmond, April 20. ?General Forrest's offi cial dispatch, announcirg the capture of Fort Pillow, has been received at the War Depart ment. Five hundred out of seven hundred men composing the garrison, were killed. All the officers were killed. General Forrest's loss, twenty killed and sixty wounded. Oyer one hundred citizens, who bad tied to the fort from conscription, ran into the river and were drowned. Treasury Department. Ri< hmond, April 20.?Instructions have been given^to the First Auditor of the Treasury Department to move bis bureau to Montgomery. Ala. All the clerks but tour have signified their willingness to go. Richmond, April 20?'The funding returns show an aggregate of *23?,000,000, with twenty small depositaries to hear li cm. The only State from which complete returns have been received is Georgia, in which 'h> amount funded is 872,964,050. Georgetown Councils, April 29, l*?6? ? Board of Aldermen.?Mr. Beall presented a com munication from M. V. Buckey. trustee of th? almshouse, recommending an increase in the salary of M. R. Stevens, keeper of the same. Referred to the Board of Common Council. Mr. Beall also presented the bill of M. VI Buckey and Geo. w. Beall for SMt toi rendered as assessors. Referred to Common Council. The Aldermen resolution allowing Mrs. Lu anda R Mathews and Charles M. Mathews to construct drains or lay pipes lor the purpose of drainage from their premises on Washing ton street was returned from the Council with an amendment providing "that when said street is opened it be kept in good repair for tweLve months bv said parties." Amendment concurred in. Mr. Cox, on leave, introduced a resolution appropriating SISoas a contingent fund ?or the Mnyor. Passed. The Council resolution remitting a fine of 820 imposed upon Robert E Keese lor a violation of an ordinance of the Corporation in selling or offering to sell ground coffee was laid on the table. The following from the Common Council were passed Resolution making an appro priation for the repair of hydrants: providing for cleaning and liming the'streets; in favor of Charles M?mmert: in favor ot M.C.Smith and others: for repair of High, Bridge and Water streets, and for a contingent fund for street commissioners; fixing the hour of meeting of the two boards at 3 o'clock. Adjourned. Common Council.?Mr. English presented the petition of W. H. Calhoun, for the leaseof Fifth street, near Frfderick. Referred to the street committee, with instructions to report a. bill granting the lease. Mr. Cragln, ironi select committee upon the subject of a fire alarm telegraph, reported that it 'is not expedient at this time to con struct it; and recommended that the com mittee on fire engines be instructed to re port the condition of the hose and Are appa ratus, and how bert it may be distributed to be available for tbe safety ot the property ot the town. The report was accepted, and the com mittee discharged. On jnotion of Mr. Collins, the report was re ferred to committee on Are engines. Mr. {Showier, from the committee on streets, reported a r?r?!"ti011 appropriating 8300 for cleansing and liming the streets alleys. Adopted. Mr. Peck, lrom water committee, reported a resolution for repair of hydrants. Adopted. Mr. Shoemaker, from select committee on streets, reported a resolution making an ap propriation for .repair of street lamps, &c. Adopted. Also, reportedresolntions for paying the bills of W. O Smith, Wm. H. Fletcher, and H. B. Walke?, for work done lor the town. Adopted. Also, a resolution to insert a drain pipe under a portion of Frederick street. Laid oyer under the rule. Also, a resolution for repairs of Bridge, High and Water streets. Adopted. Mr. Cragin offered a joint resolution fixing the hour of meeting of the Boards at 8 o'clock p. m. Adopted. Mr. Shoemaker offered a resolution fixing the pay of the members of the Boards at $2 per night, from the 1st March next, and repealing all acts to the contrary; which was laid upon the table A resolution granting C. M. Mathews and others the privilege of constructing certain drains, was taken up and passed. Mr. Hieston asked to be excused from further service on the market committee. The request was not granted. A member having asked what obstacles pre vented the market committee from acting with unanimity and securing tbe early prosecution ot the work of constructing the new market house, Mr. Myers, President, called Mr. Eng lish to the chair, and taking the floor, said that tbe butchers are opposed t? the new market house building, and he understood that tbe Mayor of the town was working into their hands to prevent the building. Mr. Myers asked if the Board Is willing to allow the designs of the people to be thwarted by such means ! Mr. M. said he hoped that tbe copamittee would not be controlled by any outside influence, but would go to work and give the contract to the lowest responsible bidder, and require good Security that the work would be done in a specified time, and would have it begin as early as possible. A resolution appropriating *150 for the Mayor's contingent fund, was adopted. ittr. Shoemaker presented a resolution in structing the committee on tile new market house to give out the contract immediately to the Jowest responsible bidder. Laid ovar under A communication from the commissioner of the Poor and Work House, and sundry bills of the Assessors, were presented and referred to the appropriate committ<e*> and l^e Board adjourned. , Focbth Waru Station Cases.?James ???S?T^ s& do ? G W. Powers, malicious misohteft Susan nah Lammond and Caroline O'Brien, drunk and disorderly; Wm. Bands, sleeping in street; Henry Bunn, do. in a wagon ; dismissed. John Thompson, deserter; Bob^t Orrick, suspicious character; military. G. W. Power, disorderly; 85 5?. BoWt* Orrick, inputting ladies in the street; dlsmik^d. T. CSulliyan^WA'.

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