Newspaper of Evening Star, May 8, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 8, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. A*08?**NTB TO-NIGHT. Ford'b Thiatii?Mr. Forrest closed bis WfVjBMt here last night, and to-night Mr. John McCullough aud Miss Alice Gray ?nake their last appearance, and both will appear in the coinedj "The Soldier's Daughter,*- and in the drama "The Avenging Hand," thus offer, ing a splendid parting bill. On Monday J. S. Clark commences an engagement -Thu 18 P?*Uwl7 the feat night of the great combination Messrs. WaUack and Davenport and Mrs Farren, and. Mr. Wailack will repeat his thrilling imper* sooation of "Fagen," in the great play of "Oil. ih? hi" i 1**7 wi" given en ft re. The cnarmin* comedy "A Morning Call," will commence the entertainment. (JAHTUBrxT.?Mr. Lea did a good thing for "Is patrons when he added The comedians Mrs. x rank Drew and Mr. J. De Forrest to his com P*?/' ?n" their acting, aided by members of - tne company has tended to make this resort ?oubly attractive. The bill to-nigbt embraces snnch that is lively and is full of fun. Metropolitan Hall.?The due ballet, "La Sicilian." newly arranged, will be performed sere to-night, among other new and beautiful and dances, by Nellie Taylor, Jos tjnllds, Harry fcnocbs and numerous others. A oomic pantomime concludes the entertain* nent. "VakietiKg.?Varieties is always well at tended on Saturday night by the many who. after a week's Jabor, desire an'hour of laughter and recreation. Tbe bill announcedfor to-night Is, as usnal, a good one. Faikb.?At Foundry Church, corner of 14th SBd O street*, tb# Mien' fair is still ia sacc^as 1\U operation, and bereafter it will be open trom lour o clock in the afternoon. Tbe tables are weii supplied with numerous urticles of use and ornament, and the refreshment tables are also well supplied. Th fair at Trinity Hall, on Fifth street, is also an enjoyable place, and the ladies spare no efforts to please visitors. * G?OKOETOW* Councils. May 6, W6t?Board of Aldermen.?A communication was received from the Mayor in relation to the new mark*t bouse, in wblcb be says -hat the committee ap pointed to make arrangements for the erection of the same have done all in their power to carry out the views and wishes ot the Corpo. ration, but have failed up to the present time lTom causes entirely beyond their control. The lowest bidders all tailed or refused to contract lor the work, and that the committee bad no authority to go beyond the sum of 835,000, which made hardly any approach to tbe bids of tliose who appear to be responsible and earnest bid ders. The Mayor says that tbe only practical recommendation he can make Is that the Cor poration give the committee authority to get the best proposal they ?in trom some reliable "man, and go on with Qv work as speedily as possible. Read and trie table. The Council reso>g%t* W Relation to the new market house; i>l>? a# <}eo. W. Beall and III. \ . Hookey, *ud to increase the pay ot the laborer assi*tlU Ine city scaven ger to ?30 per month, were concurred in. Adjourned. Common Council.?A communication was re ceived from i?e Mayor in relauon to the new market-house. Interred to tae Aldermen Also, one requesting thit the pay of ths as sistant to ihe street sc-iver.ger be increased. Referred to the ways and means committee Also, enclosing a petition from ?. M. Liuthl cum, asking remuneration tor losses sustained by the removal of improvements, Ac., from property he purchased trom the Corpontion. which he did not obtain possession of until long alter he made the purchase. Referred to the Recorder. Also, enclosing a letter from the Commission er or Internal Revenue, informing the Corpo ration that a tax ot S?!>,uoo was imposed on the District ot Columbia, wnieh has not been as sumed or paid, but Is now overdue, and he requests that the same be assumed, or that measures will be taken to collect the same. Referred to the Recorder. Also, enclosing a pttiuou of Hilleary Hutch Ins for the remission of a fine imposed by Jus tice Reaver. Referred to grie vance comorttee. Tbe following were presented and referred* Petition of Walter T. B.-lt, (by Mr Collins,) tor Lhs remission of a line; and petitiou ot R. Cruit <3l Son, (by Mr. Hieston,) for the establishment cf a back stand. The following were reported and passed Resolution in favor of Q. W. Bell and M. V. Buckey, from the claims committee; and reso lution to increase the pay the laborer em ployed by the s'.reet scavenger, from the ways and means committee. Tbe resolution to insert a drain in Frederick street to drain private property, was rejected. The resolution authorizing the market-house committee to give ont the contract for building the new market-bouse Immediately, was taken *ip; when Mr. Peck stated that the committee had re ceived bids from seven parties ranging from twenty-five to flfcy-hve thousand dollars, but cone of them seemed inclined to enter into tbe contract Some proposed that th* house be erect J without the cellar, which could be done for six or seven thousand dollars less, bat the committee thought that the cellar ?would pay. He offered a substitute adapting the plans and speiiflcaiious of S. B. Button, i,sq , and authorizing the committee to enter into contract with some responsible party who shall build the house without delay. Mr Coliins objected to tbe neolntion be cause it would give the committee authority to enter Into a new contract ar>d perhaps a suit /or damages would arise if the contract was not given to tne lowest responsible bidder. The resolution of Mr Peck was adopted yeas 5, nays 3 Mr. Shoemaker, from .the street committee, reported a resolution to lease a portion of 5th street to W. H. Calhoun. LMd over. In answer to an inquiry by Mr. Collins, Mr. JShoemaker sent to the chair au estimate of the street commissioner lor grading 33t>feet of Gay street at f 1,100. On motion of Mr. Davis, the President was directed to causa a lamp to be erected at the entrance to the ball. Adjonrued. Chabok op Swindling on Shoes.?One day last week a mar np, named :vtcL.auglin, went to the store ot Heury Honman, Pennsyl vania avenue, between Wd and 3.1 streets, to procure a pair of gaiter*, when he was shown some pegged ones, but they did noi suit, and tie was shown some whlcn Hohman recom menoed as sewed shoes, costing an addiUoaal dollar. McLaughlin bought a pair, supposiug that they were sewed, and alter wea.-'ng them two or three days be discovered that t*i <?r?re neither pegged nor sewed, but nailed: aro he forthwith proenred a warrant from Janice Ferguson charging Hohman with swindling bim out of one dollar (the difference in price between pegged a>.d sewed shoe*), which was seived by Officer Wallings'ord on Wednesday, send Hohman gave ba-.l for his appearance to day. The accused sa\s the warrant should liave been issued against the man who sold him the shoes, as he bad been swindled worse than McLaughlin. Navy-Yard AKFAi.te. ?Messrs. Morris, Peake and Downing, th- commission whohave for a few days past b<rn inquiring as to the v ageb of mechanics on other Government aud psivate work, yesterday morning transmitted their report to Commodore Montgomery. It is understood that they recommend that an in crease be given to the mechanics and others in nearly all the departments of the vard. Thursday, Messrs. Kerle and Marceron, of joiner's department, In order to Influence the Commodore in gianting the tequest, waited on some of tbe outside bosses, and obtained cer tificates from the following to the effect that they were paying their bands three dollars per day;?Messrs. Williamson, John James, Geo. V> . Scrogglus, C. B. Church, Allen Balrd, of Philadelphia, (engaged on tbe National Bank,) jbeers A Bro , and E. M. Botelor, Gorsti into Tni VaorrATtL* BraiNES'.? Yesterday mornir.g, officers Shelton and Beall surested Michael Owens on the charge of steal ing a lot ot cabbage, onions and lettuoe from Christian Miller. Miner, it appears, lives near the Congressional Burial Giound, and has 1 >?t overf2W worth of vegetabl* plants recently, taken from his market garden. Owens is a deserter from the Gth regular cavalry, and has bees employed by Miller, who discharged him onTfionday, and that night some of the plant* were stolen. Suspicion rested on Owens, and act of carrying them from ?he premises. Yes lerday morning the ease was heard by Justice Cull, who committed him to jail. TtftLsraor mu Grand Encaxpmsnt I. O. O. F. comes off, it should be remembered, on Wednesday night next at Odd Fellows' tiall, 7t& street. Ticrets for it are selling like bot cakes, as everybody wishes to be on hand to so enjoyable and well conducted an affair as an Odd Fellow's Ixvee So varied will be tbe entertainment on this oecasion that everybody must be suited, and Ciore especially those who like to indulge in the inspiriting dance when they can do so in tbe good company always congregated at festivals of this noble order. W?? advise tbo?e who have not purchased tickets to do so at once. Iw?anticid?.?Thursday night the scaven ger of the First Ward found a nowly b jrn fe male mulatto infant in a sink in the rear of a house situated In an alley between L and K streets and Connecticut avenue and lftthstreet. Uoroner Woodward was sent for, and held an inquest this morning, but there being no evi> cVeoce as to who put the infant there, or how it came to its death, tbe jury rendered a ver dict la accordance with the facts, bot expressed a belief that foul msans were Mod. (For the Evening St*r Mr.Epit?k: Allow me to explain the article of your city r*porter on the pardon or CMllns Dixon. That report emanated from the Mar shal's office, and altHnqfth true u tar a? tt there la something omitted. The aecond section of the act of (Jongiras appointing a Warden over the lalls, Ac.,' provides "That the Mid Warden shall have the exclusive anpervUion and control of the jail* in raid District, aqd be accountable for the safe-keeping of the pria oners committed thereto, and shall have all tne pvwtr, and discharge all the duties heretofore legally exercised and discharged over said j\lls and the nrisoneit therein by the Marshal of the said District." Deputy Marshal Phillips peemed tn disregard the above transferor power, by retusing to .give the pardon Into the bands of the Warden, as claimed to be his right by me, he adhering to< former practice in such cases. I then "tated to him that the matter must b? left for the War. decision. When the Warden learned the ficto he did not leel It safe to release as directed by the Marshal, and took the matter to court; and they, having the pardon in their ;wii*mo?, determined to release the prisoner and giveWirv his pardon as his right, Instead ol leaving it In the hands of the Marshal as heretofore. I informed Mr. Dixon of tbe existence of his par don and Irregularity in the premises; he appre ciated my action under the circumstances, and expressed himself perfectly satisfied: and there is no trouble any wnere, so far as I know, "xe^nt in the mind of the Marshal. I am Jailor, but represented the Wa-^en and Government in the premises, as recently shown by the opinion of the Attorney General in the cases of Hen d;i'ks and Pollard; for, If the'Marshal had "no power over the prisoners In jail" in the period between the passage of this act and tne confirmation or the Warden's appointment I am at a loss to find it now. I acted in t^e case as all other officers similarly situated would have acted, and there was no need of bringing my name before the public in the mitter. Respectfully, B MlLBCRN. May 7, 1964. SPECIAL NOTICES. R.?rri.7? tor a Splkndid Silver Skt, at the Sam pie Room. No. 2?1 Pennsylvania avenue, next <J.-or to tbe Simpson House. Rock Chowder at 10 o'clock. 1( Corn Pr.ATKD Jrwklrt.?Beautiful gold plated Jewelrv in great variety, and silver plated Tea Spoons, at the Dollar Jewelry Store, 43? Penn. avenue, near 4Ja. Only one dollar. my fi-3t Excitement amokg the Ladibs.?Considerable excitement hah been created among our fair friends bv Wm. Prince, 3*1 F street, opposite tbe Patent Office, in having built and now in use a powerful machine for Uuting or crimping the lower portion of ladies' dresses. This trimming is very fashion able, slid is taking the p'ace of braiding, so much worn of late. This machine ??' Ih* 'he city, and ladies can now save the expense of send ing to New York or Bnltimor to have their work done. Dressmakers will be particularly glad of this. ??>' * E J. Wilkins, Esq., has been appointed A^en* of the Great Pennsylvania route, vice E. O. Nor ton, to take effect on the 28th of March. Mr. Wrl kins has been connected witn the Office, at the corner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania av<*nue, during tbe past two years, and is thoroughly con versant with the bnsinesa of the route in all it" departments. All applications for information, tickets, Ac., must be addressee to E.J. wilkins. Agent Great Pennsylvania Route,Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue. En. 8. Yochg, General Passenger Agent, 8p 5 Great,Pennsylvania Route. Brown's Bronchial Tkochrb. These Lozenges are prepared from a highly esteemed recipe for alleviating Bronchial Allec tions, Asthma, Hoarseness, Coughs, Golds, and Irritation or Soreness of the '? hroat. Public^ wleerx anil Votoliftf Will find them Teneticial clearing the voice bef *re speaking or si njnnij, and relieving the throat after any unusual exertion of the vocal organs, having a perulisr adaptation to affections ?nicb disturo the organs of speech. mh 29-dA wtf HKADt) THAT RBBBL . against the rules of Taste or Beauty, in their color or in the loss of all their color, may be changed in a few moments to any Bmvliful Shadf, by a single application of Chistadoro's Ha?* Dv?. The rapidity of its operation, perfect safety, per manent healthful effect, and the exceeding depth and richness of the hues it isfeparts, distinguish tii's preparation from all other Dyes in use in this Country or in Europe. Crista boko's Hair Pri?brvativb, a valuable adjunct to the Dye,in dressing and pro moting the growth and perfect health of the hair, and (f itself, when used alone?a safeguard that protects the fibers from decay under all circum stances and under all climea. Manufactured by J. Cristadoro. No. 6 Astor House, New York. Sold by all Druggists. Applied by all Hair Dress es. lyh 31-d&'weolm TriR Fkbt.?Beauty of carriage is mostly depen dent up*>n a Judicious preservation of wie feet: it is impossible to'move in a graceful manner if the great support of the whole frame be in a disor dered ci naition. and nothing impedes bo much aa Corns. Bunions. Ingrowing T\?ila, or other diaor ckrs to which the faat avb liable. To an afflicted w- would recommend an early call at Dr. White s office. No. 424 Pennsylvania avenue, between 4>? arrd'Oth streets. ap6-tf Da Dcrowt'b fcugar-coaied Female Regulatin# PillB are tbe very but in v.n. They operate svetfiily and effeftivtly, and beine tvtar-roaud craateno &&QB6S upon the most deiicate stomach. A trial of theae Pills will prur? 4h*Ir **j>t7tor*ty over all othSs Price #1 a box. S<dd byTo Vorrt corner 11th street and l'a.avenue,Washington,and Henry Cook, Alexandria. !??-** TiiBcnRAraKTAHD BBSTHiia Dv* 1N,T^ ?ytl?LD ?Arivr Fad'! or Washrs Out ? Upnatn s Hair Dy<?. 60 cents a box. The best m use. Try it. Bold by S C Ford, corner llth ?yest ?r.d Penn. avenue, Washington; and Henry Cbok, Alexandria. a C-lT MAKKtKD, On the 28th day of April, hv Rev. Mr. Sipes, ANDREW H. CARP., or New York, to Miss EM MA BURGESS, of this city. (Baltimore papers please copy.} DIES} On Friday evening, May 6th, HARRY Bl'RDINE OBEK, youngest ch:lu of llcury N. and Caroline Ober, aged 11 months and ^ days. Tbe friends and ac<iuaint>inces of the family are respectfully invited to atxrud his funeral rom the residence of his parents, on Eighth street east,be tween I and K south (Navy Yard), on Sunday af ternoon, 6th Instant, at 4 o'clock.. * On tbe 7th instant, at 8 o'clock n. m.. MARTHA A JACErON, in her 3tlth year, daughter of-the late Richmond Posey. Tbe friends of the family are invited to attend her funeral on Monday, at 3 o'clock, I street, be tween 121 h and 13th. * A GRAND PIC-NIC WILL BE GIVEN BY THK YOUNG CATHOLICS' FRIEND SOCIETY, A T TH K PA UK, OK WEDNESDAY, Mat 18th. The Committee of Arrangements pledge them selves to do everything in their power to make it pl?-a-ant to all who may attend. Tickets &< cents. my 4 2aw2w&d J'IGUTH GRAND OfENING a MONDAY, May 2d, of GEO. JUENKMANN'b * U? VI hat pleasure garden/ corner of 4th and E streets north, Fast Capitol Hill Dancing every Monday afternoon. The Pleaa nre Garden is so improved that it cannot be beaten by any ether of tbe same sort in this city, and can be truly recommended to parties and aociotioa for pic-nica. GEO. JUENEMANN, ap 29 lm* Proprietor. j^O REIGN DRY GOODS. Our stock of foreign $.->ods is now very large and well aborted, sud Ladies who anticipate buying any articles or foreign importation will no doubt save money bv making their purchases as early ai possible, a? tne recent additiona iduty of fifty p*r cent put upon them by late act of Congre44 will make a material difference iu the price of all euch goods pnrcb*sed after this time; but s? we had fortunately purchased very largely b*ti>re the duty was increased we are now prepared to offer a great many goods at lower rates than they can \(e i urcbased for elnewhers. We name in part tne following goods, vi*: Elegant black Bilka for cloaks and mantillas, frcm fl.aO to $6 per yard. 20 pieces email figur.-d and aolid colored Bilks, ranging from f 1 CO to 12 per yard. 'JU pieces neat check Silks, In all of the most fashionable colors in use, and at very moderate prices a.' pieces plain colored Poultdesols, in all of the most desirable colors, and in the assortment are some of the best plain goods we aver saw, 20 pieces printed foulard Bilk, at 8?)a cents and $1. 25 pieces plaid and atriped taf-t* foulards, whii h wc are eellmg very cheap indeed, being** yard wide an4 only 87>i cents per yard. ALSO ON HAND A complete stock of medium priced dress goods ranging from *6 to H eents per yard, making oar assortment of dress go da more complete than will be found in any other establishment In the District; ar.d purchasers will soon be able to Judge whether they are cheap, or not, m our lowest Erice" ii marked tHi racn pte^e of goods In plain gures, from wnlch no deviation is allowed. We also have on hand, ?f the best makers, A MAGNIFICENT STOCK O? BLACK GOODS Comprising all of Lupin's fabriques. which ar known to be the beat in the world; and havin Surchaaed them cheap we are prepared to ae hem at a rair advance and take our chances for th future. W.M. PH VST ERA BROTHER, ho. 38, opposite Centre Market, my S-6tif between 7th and ath streets. t^OR SALE-At Giadmon's gale and Li very Stable JT <x>rner Bridge and kl?rket streets, gv Georgetown, D 0., onennebay nTALLlON, jLa%ip kind and gentle, works well in double or*"** single harness. Also, thirty head cf work, saddle ! and carriage horses and mulea, aeeend-hand top I and no top buggies. iny I-tt* FRENCH FIRE BOARD PRINTS. Jnst received, a choice selection of the above, at J. MABKRfTER'S, No. 4Hft7th ?treet, Eight doors above 0d<l Fellows'Hall. Terms rash. ?p W-lnalf* DIAFRIW. CAT ARE !!? and dleeeeee of the FAR, THROAT, AND AIR PASSAGES. Dm. LtlQHTHILtli, from 34 St. Mark Place, Ifrw York, Author or "A Popular Treatise on Deafaew,' ?* Letter* on Catarrh," Will make his third visit to * WASHINGTON, On MONDAY, May 9th, and can be consulted at the Ebbitt Hocsb for o?? win until Saturday evening, May 14th, on DEAFNESS, CATARRH, and all the various diseases'of the EAR, THROAT, AND AIR PASSAGES. From the Rev. Fred. S. Jewell, Professor ef State Normal Scheel, Albany, N. Y. This may certify that I have been, since 1844, subject to violent periodical attacks of catarrh, marked by a highly inflamed condition of the lining membranes of the cavities of the head, producing a most distressing species of head* ache tor days at a time, wholly incapacitating me from business, and during thf paroxysms confining me to the bed. In some Instances the inflammation has extended to the teeth, occa sioning toothache ; to the threat, prodncing boars?ness and partial loss of voice; and and twice it bas so affected the left eye as to con* fine me for a month or more to a darkened room. These attacks have been accompanied by strong febrile symptoms; by stoppage of the head, and, in the first stages, by watery discharges from the nose, subsequently becoming acrid and yellow, and towards the close of the attack becoming bloody and purulent. I have tried medicines of almost every kind; external ap plications to the head, such as camphor, gin ger, hot bandages, and fomentations of hot vinegar; snuffs of some half a dozen kinds, and othei catarrhal preparations, together with in ternal remedies, such as alteratives, cathartics and emetics. These have produced no change in the occurrence or character of the disease, and, in most cases, with little or no temporary relief. I had come, at length, to believe the disease to be practically beyond either cure or material alleviation. ? Under these circumstances I was led some five months ago. to make a trial of Dr. Eight hill's trratmeut. His method at once approved it*elf to my judgment, as simple, philosophi cal, and likely to be effective. Notwithstand ing the disadvantages under which he labored, in dealing with a disease of such long stand ing, aggravated by nervous debility Rnd dys pepsia, and constantly induced by the acci dents of my professional labor, I founa the treatment reaching the disease as it had never been reached before, and producing such a modification and alleviation of its character, as 1 had supposed imuossiDie. I chronicle the results thus. Although 1 have been situated several times, so that I should formerly have believed a severe attack of my catarrh inevita ble, I have escaped thus far; the symptoms of threatened attack have been very light, and have yielded to the remedies employed by Dr. I iphthill, withoui ueed of recourse to the old hot fermentations, or emetics; and the dischar ges lrom the head have resumed the original unC1 natural condition. I count upon a com plete cure. That I have been able, however, to oiitain so materiil a relief is to me a cause ot gratitude. In that alone, 1 am repaid for whatever the treatment may have cost me. I make this statement unsolicited, as a means ot acknowledging my obligations to Dr.Ltght feils's method of treating catarrh, and with a view to aid any who may have suffered from that diffuse, in forming a just opinion ot its merits, and its probable utility in their own case. Frbdk. S. Jewell, Prof State Normal School. Albany, N. Y., March 14, 1&&4. Catarrh Cured. From Rev. R. P. Rutttll, Lynn, Mats. I have been much troubled with Catarrh of the worst tvpe for some twenty years. It gradually giew worse, producing cough and hoarseness, destroying the sense of smell, and hnaking down my general health to such a degree as to compel me to resign my pastorate, and i-uspend public speaking. 1 made diligent n6e of the useful remedies, such as snuffs of different kinds, nitrate of silver, tar water, olive tar, and inhalations, but without any salutary eff-cts. Last sum mer I beard of Dr. EighthlUs successful mode of treating catarrh, visited him, and put my self under his treatment I began immediate ly to improve, and thi* improvement has gone on to the present time. My catarrh has gradu ally melted away, my cough has disappeared, my voice has become natural, and 1 am once more able to preach the blessed Gospel. L.*t me advise all troubled with catarrhal difficul ties to apply to Dr. Etgbthill. P. R. RrnSHLL, Lynn, Mass., Feb. 1, 1BG2. my 5-eoOw BALLS, PARTIES, &c. Tj.o.o.f. lbvbk. HE GRAND ENCAMPMENT LEVEE (post poned Ixst Monday night in consequence of tfie storm will l>e h?4d on WEDNESDAY EVENING, May IItii, ftt Odd Fellows' Hall, 8eventh street, the members ('i the Order Appearing in regalia The programme includes an address, a promenade concert, and the "merry dance." Tickets $1, admitting a gentle man and ladies. [m 6-3tJ THE COMMITTEE, I C Sl L1 111 fi T GRAND PIC-NIC r op tiie ? SARSriELD CLUB Will be given at the WASHINGTON CITY PARK, TUESDAY, May lUth, i&>4. I'anving to commence a* 3 o'clock p. m. The Club pledge themselves to spare no pains or expense to make it one of the pleasantest of the season. Tickets 5) cts.. admitting a gentleman and ladies. Comimttet of Arransem'ntx M Kennelly, J. Ingruham, H. Dor wart, G. BacXen, ,1. Dempsey, J.Harriiton, W Hucknian, L. Nas?ure, P. Boyle, A.Fobes. my5-3t* THE YOUNG UNITED CLUB IN THE FIELD I AGAIN! The EIGHTH GKAND MAY BALL of the T YOUNG UNITED CLUB ft Will take plare at TEMPERANCE HALL, On E, between 9th and l"th streets, on . MONDAY. Mar9th. Tirkets ONE DOLLAR, admitting a gentleman and ladies. my S-4t* he & HE FIFTH GRAND BALL OF THE FENIAN BROTHERHOOD will be given yIT ODD FELLOWS" HALL, (Seventh Street,) On MONDAY EVENING, May 9th, 1851. hi* the A The Fenians pledge themselves to make this the gala Ball of the season, and they will spare """ nt, pains to ?:i\e entire satisfaction to par ties honoring them with their presence oni that evening. ( A fine Brmris nnd 8tring Band has b*en engaged for the occasion. Tickets ONE DOLLAR, admitting a gnntleman and ladiew; for sale at James Lackey's, Mercnaut Tailor, Ith street, opposite Post Office, and by all the members, and at the ticketfbffice on the night of the Ball. The strictest order will be enforced. N. B. The members are reque*>d to attend a special meeting at Shepherd's Hall, cjrner 7th st. and Louisiana avenue, over Waite's DrugStire. on funday Evening next, at a quarter to 8 o'clock. By order of the Committee. my 6-?t* P R. LABBK'S MAY FESTIVAL I F.R Labbe's May Festival will take place on TUESDAY EVENING, May 17th,at his hall, on Penn. avenue, between 6th and 7th st* , " directly opposite the Metropolitan Hot*l.#IM over the store of Messrs. G. A T. Parker AujMk Co No ladies will be admitted without receiving an invitation directed by F. R. Labbe. Servants positively not sdmitted in the dancing halK my 4 2w* PMAY BALL. ROF. J. W. KKEIS Respectfully announces that his first exhibition and at GRAND MAY BALL M in this city will be held on TUESDAY EVEN I NO, Mar 10th, Ok AT THI ODD FELLOWS' HALL, Seventh strut. The exhibition pjjo^"?1I?|jgjg 8 o'clook. College Hornpipe, by two masters. Pas (TEceosaiHe, by two ladles, Fibber's Hornpipe, by four gentlemen, Pas Btyrian. by a lady ani gentlemen, Pas de Medley, by a Miss, Irish Lilt, by a lady and gentleman, L' bomme a trois Jambes, or the man with thrae Hie Fling, by three gentlemen, Sailor's Hornpipe, by a gentleman, l'as Styrian. by a Miss and Master, La Manola, by a Miss and Master, Zingarllla, b? a Miss and Master. La T&rrentalia Pas de Deux, by a Miss and Master, Grand National Polka, by a gentleman and Miss, representing Brother Jonathan and the God dess of Liberty, arranged expressly for the oc Cft&ion, Grand May Pole Dance, by sixteen, ending with After wlilek the floor will be cleared for the whole company, <' * Cards admitting a gentleman and ladle*, ft; to be bad of any of (he pupils aud prinoipal music and bookstores. None sold at the door. -?u4 k, hu brother H. P. Rreis. Mr Krels wishes to return his sincere thanks to his patrons and friends for their kind patronage during the season. and respectfully solicits the name for the next, whloh commences feptember I Mh, JAM. ap?*-eo#t* FOB BENT AND SALE. Foe bale?a grocery stork. ap?it ?t the Star Office. my 71w* C^UR&IBIIED ROOMS for small family, for rent r at f26 per month, at No. 315 13th street, be tween H and I. my 7-2t* Handsomely FV&NISHED ROOMS. inTfirst c'm* house, for rent With board. Apply at Mo^^Sjyth street, between H and I_. my 7-3t* t*OR BENT?One BRICK HOrSE on L Ttreet. 1 one door from 10th. ?ontaining eight rooms. Inouire of JOHN MURPHY, grocer, coraer of L and 10tb Hts, my 7-lt* FOR RENT-The SUITE OF ROOMT latefroc cupied by Col. Clary. Inqiirfe at 513 17th etreet, near the War Department. Meals fur nished in the house. my 7 3t* FOR SALE-A VARIETY STORE ? the first floor, with fixtures. Ac. Also FURNITURE suitable for housekeeping. Apply at No. S4 G street, between 22d and 23a. my 7-3t* FOR TENT?These large ROOMS under the of fice of the Gas Light Company, dvsigneu tor a firs* class Restaurant and Saloon, are u?w about finished; have every convenience. Apply at the Gas Office. my7-dlw rOjfSE FOR RENT AND FURNITURE FOR H SALE.?Those in want of a first-class house, gas, water, and all in good order, can learn the Particulars by caning at 335 8th street, between . and L. north. my 7-3t* l^OR RXNT-A frst-clMS FURNISHED HOU?B. A A gentleman, wbvso iamily design spending the summer in tne country, will lent his first claM residence, of about twenty rooms, and fur i iiuif, l>y the m"ntb to a careful and responsible tenant, who will take good rare of the property, a' a v"r? reasonable rate. It cann-'t be used for a b- arding-hoase or the rooms r 1 *"d Location cut "?i nil n^rf>-ctly healthy. Possession given fK the 14th last. Inquire of JAi. C. McGUIRE k V >. _ my 7 3t L OR RENT?Neatly furnished or unfurnished ? ROOMS, on 23d street, three doors south of I. my 6-lw* i*OR RENT?A newly fitted up BAR ROOM, in F one of the best locations in the city, with one or twe years' lease. Inquire in the Star Office. my G-3t* I^OR RENT?Part of a fine large SHOW WIN r DOW in one of the best locations on Pa. ave nue, suitable for dressmaking, cloaks or any kind of fancy business. Inquire at No. 4 Market Space, doer from 9th st. my S-3t* I/Ofc SALE?The LEASE of a store on Pa. avenue, F located between 1' th and 13th streets, at a rea sonable price?a good stand for any business. Ap ply at 544 Pa. avenue, between 1st and 2d streets, in the jewelry store. my 6-3t* L^OR BENT-A delightful RESIDENCE, with F Furniture, on Georgetown Heights, on the square between Green and Montgomery streets, above 8toddard st Possession given on the 10th of June next. For terms, Ac., apply on the prem ises. my 6 A RARE CHANCE-FOR .SylLB-The STOCK, GOOD WILL and FIXTURES of a shoe store doing a good business on Pa. avenue. The reason for selling out, the owner wishes to engage in an other business. Apply at 405 Pa. avenue, near 3d street west. myo-3t* *1 (> KENT?In a pleasant locality in George I a front BiD-KOOM, without board Ap ply at this office. ray 5-3t* HOOM8 FOR RENT for single gentleman. In quire of Miss McDonnell, no. oia mh st., between Penna. av. and H st. my 5-3t* FOB RENT?A small HOUSE, partly furnished. will be ren'ed to a party purchasing the furni ture. Apply after 11 o'clock A. 2"*4 K.igth street, between M and N. tny Ji^it* I/OB J<ENT-On the 1st of June, a good HOUSE, in an excellent location, within one square of thePosfand Patent Offices, containing 7 rooms Bent S'lOuer month, in advance. Address "A B C.* City P. 0. ~ my 5 3t* rfO LET?A BCILDING, suitable for a work I shop or storage; size 60 by 2"; tw o-story; sit uated two blocks from Pa. avenue?No. 3-> Maine a\enue. Island,between \Yt and 6th sts For par ticulars apply at 4 16 G Si , corner 9th. my 6-3t* 1^'obTENT-A two-Story DWELLING HOUSE, containing nine rooms, including kitchen, on the corner of Congress and 8toddart streets, in Georgetown. Possession given early next week, my 5 St*- JOHN n\RRY. POB LEASE-For ten yearn, a CORNER PROP ERTY, fronting on Pa. avenue, (4-?XKi feet of ground.) a first -lass business location. Rent low it well improved. MITCHELL A SON. Real Estate Brokers, my 6-3t* S. E. corner Pa. av. and 15th st. ESTAURANT FOB SALE-Corner of C anl 1st streets, near the Depot Apply on the premi ses, to WILLI AM T CRNER. my 4-4t* Handsome furnished parlorsto bent to one or two gentlemen without board. Also, a Bed Boom; location the best in the city?400 Itith street, between I and K. my 4-41" ROOMS to LET?Superior PARLOR ROOMS and CHAMBEB; delightful summer accommoda tion for small family. No. 4Vi4 Fifteenth street, between Now York avenue and H, and half square above Treasury and State Departments. my 3-eo3t* r'OR BENT?With or without, the Furniture, the F first class three-story FUKNI8HED DWELL ING, with all the modern improvements, large back building-and fine yard. No. 301 Madison av enue. Baltimore. Apply on the premises, or at No. 36 Hanover st. my 3 7t Ia'OR SALE OR RWNT-A FRAME HOUSE, with r five acres of ground . orchard, Ac., on the Rock Creek road, si* miles from the city and two from Port Slocum. For terms, Ac., apply without de lay to Mrs. DAVIS, 2th street, east side, first frame house south of 11 street. ap 3' 2w LHJK SALE?**.000 acres of rich FARMING F I AND8 in Iowa, (Hardin, Storjr, W right, and Franklin counties;) 4,000 acres in Minnesota; tr?fts from <0 to acrrs. Located 1855. Patents from the Government. Will exchange for property in or near Washington. FOR SALE ?Two and \ half years' lease of a store property on Penn. avenue, now renting for S2<iO per month will be sold, with Confectionery ttock, Soda Fountain, and Fixtures complete. $13,000 for a property fronting 4 ' feet on Penn. avenue; a three-story brick building, having two stores and eight large rooms additional, now rent ing for fi.'.7 0 per year. MI 1 CHELL A 8()N, Real Estate Brokers, ap3>-lin* Boutheyt cor. Pa. av. and T5th Bt. f?OR SALE--On reasonable terms, one of the F most productive FARMS in Montgomery coun ty. Md.: 22 miles from Georgetown, D. C., l3i from feneca Mill; lying on Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, t has fine quarries, one ot flagging atone, good buildings, and fine fruits. For terms inquire of ROBEBT PETEB. on the premises. up25eolm* Ctl AHA WILL BUY THE LEASE of ? large, <*7 I ,U"0 commodious HOUSE, with store and stable attached. Address Mr. LEASE, Star Office, ap 21 Jm* F" OB PALE?A small tract of LAND (Wi acres about three miles from theNavy-> ard bridge, well located for a market garden farm. Price 12,000. Also, 8o acres, same distance from Navy Yard bridge, mostly under good fencing, well lo cated, with s fine road leading to it Inquire of JOHN W. VAN HOOK, No. 5o Louisiana av. ap 19-2aw8t i'OK SALE OB BENT?A first-rate two-story F FBAME HOUSE, containing nine rooms, to gether with nine BUILDING LOTS, all set out with choice fruit, such as peaches, pears, plums, cher ries, grapes, all of the best selection; with a pump of excellent water in the yard; on the corner of G and 13th streets and Penn. avenue east For further particulars call at residence No. 575. ap 16-1m* D.CABBOLL. t-'UB SALE?A valuable SLAUGHTER HOUSB r PBOPEBTY, 25, 0 feet of ground and ira Srovementa, aa follows: Slaughter house, 16x45; one o 2 *25; ice house, 2 x2 ?; stable 18x26?substantial brick buildings; cattle and stable yards well paved, admirably adapted for a soap and candle tactory or tannery. Will be sold for f6,?>0. ? MITCHELL A SON, Real Estate Brokers, ap 16-1*3 southeast cor. Pa. av. aW 15th st._ I^OR 8ALE=A STORE and DWELLING HOU8R, r I'o 401, on7th street, between A. and I streets. Lot 2 by 7" feet. This is a first-rate business plaoe. A BRICK HOU8J2,No. 666, on M strjset.between 4th and 6th streetb. Has six rooms. Sets back from the street. Lot by 21# feet, running through to Bidge street. Is a very desirable place for a private rHiid euce A brlcfchoube, No.432,on Vthitreet,between G and H streets. Has four rooms. Sets back, with yard in front. Lot 19 feet 6 inches by 99 feet. A FRAME HOUSE, No. 3T3, on Uth street between I and New York avenue Seven rooms. Lot 2? by 1<? feet . A FRAME HOUSE. No. 342, on r>th street between L and M streets. Has six rooms. Lot 20 bJA FBAMS H0U8E, No. 342, on ? street between l]th and 12th 8ix rooms. Lot 2<> by 8.t feet. For particulars apply to r. B. kbkw , ap lS-lm* No. 633 M St., bet. 4th and 6th. OR"RENT-With or without Board, ?n excel lent PARLOR and several well furnished bed ROOMS, at 450 12th street, within flye minutes walk of the Kirkwood House, Willards and the Patent Office, Poet Office and Treasury and State Departments. The location is unsurpassed in Washington. No children in the house. _ o_e_j[^t' GEORGETOWN ADVER'MT? M- DRAWING AND PAINTING, . 188 THOMAS Will resume her class in Draw ing and Painting Saturday, May 7th, at her resi dence on Prospect at., corner of tayette, George town, D C. Miss T. would be pleased to see her pupils and any others who may have a wish to join the class. myfrlw* tllUH STREET MARKM, H No. 74 Oppobiti Prospbct Sthekt, Georgetown, D. C. We. the undersigneiT"b?g ????? .to. the public that w? nwe on hand a choioe assortment of Fresh Meats of all kinds, Poultry, Game, Ac Kgga wholesale and retail. AmIm and Potatoes by the barrel. Canned Frnita of all kmd,M?"ketpri0e*- H W.FISHER A CO. tjTOCK OF TH1 CORPORATION OF GEORG1 TOWN. D. C.?Persons who would wish to pur chase stock of the Corporation of Georgetown. D. C., on which Interest will bepayable A?#rt?^7j can obtain some on application to WILLIAM LAIRD, Kef., Clerk of the Corporation. a* 18*c3w TnE Undersigned^aving 'bought known aa the Oyster Bar House at Georgetewn. and have also Furnished Rooms to r^^H A ? proprietors^ "|dVT RECEIVED AND *0R 8ALlC t?H BOARD J the boat Galea, now lying at nth st. *?? ,?.S8 ?"jyfJJ? f. h. nnm AUCTION 8 ALBS. Ft ?tfcer Amha Sales m first y?|?. THIS 1FT1EHOOW AWP TO-MORROW JJY J. C McGUIRE & GO., Auctioneers. SNUG FRAME HOUSE AND tOTON TWKL?TB ?STURtT WIST. BIT WEEN O AND P STREETS NORTH. Ou SATURDAY AFTERNOON. May 7th. at 6 o'clock, ob the premise*, we shall sell, part of Lot No, 11. in Square ?79, lr n'ing 12 feet 6 inch** on Twelfth street, between 0 and P ?treats north, and runt in; back 65 feat to an alley 13 feet wide, im irovel with a two-story Frame Dwelling Bouse, containing fivs rocms, with a rood stable on the rear of the lot. Terms: One third in ?*sb; the remainder in six and twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed o trust.on tbe premises ?^Possession given in 90 days after the sale. my.4 d J. O. MoGUIkE A 00.. Auets. pv J. c. McGUIRK A CO.. Auctioneer. PEREMPTORY SALE OT BRICK BOUSE AND LOT ON TWKNTIETB STREET, BETWEEN L AND M STREETS. On SATURDAY AFTERNOON. May 7th. at t o', on tbe premises, we shall eell, part* of Lots 16 and 17. in Square No. 117, fronting 14 fent oa Twentieth street, between L and M atreeta north. ruMiing back 78 feet, Improved by a three-ttory Brick bouse. Terms One half in cash, the remainder ia six and twelve months, with interest seeured by a deed of trust on tbe premisea. Conveyanoeaat tbecostof the purchaser. d J. C. McGUIRE A HQ., Auntg. J^Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. IMPORTANT SALE OF~ CHOICE LIBRARY BOOK 8. On WEDNESDAY EVENING. May 4th, at 7 o'clock, at tbe Auction Rooms, and eontlnued ea'h succeeding Evening, at the same h<ur. until the whole is disposed of, we shall sell, without reserve, a portion of the Library of the late Ohas. F Mayer, of Baltimore, Md., to whioh valuable addition* from another source has been made, the wh le comprising Miscellaneous and Scientific Work*, Il lustrated. Edition, Sets of Monthliesf Pamphlets, Congressional Documents, Ac., Ac. Terms cash. t&~Catalogues now ready for delivery. apJW-dtf J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. |^Y WM B. LEWIS A CO., Auctioneers. FURNITURE, MATTING, PIANO, AC ,AT AUC TIOlJ MONDAY MORNING, at lOo'clock. at our ftore, No 427, Seventh street, we shall sell. Lot Second hand Furniture, a giod P'ano, several rells of Matting, Looking Glasses, Oil Paintings Cutlery, Castors, Plated Ware. China, %c , &c. WM. B. LEWIS A CO , Aucts. Sale TBIS EVENING, at 7 o'clock, at Store, em bracing geneiHl variety o' Staple and Fancy goods. It [Chion.] nY WM. L. WALL & CO., Auctioneers. ' 8. W. corner Pa. av. and 9th st. ACCTION 3AT.E OF GROCERIES. LIQUORS, Ac. ? On TUESDAY MORNING, the loth iu-tant at 1 > o'clock, we will sell, at tbe Auction Rooms, an as sortment of Groceries and Liquors, erabrachig? Box*r Ofound Coffee. Spic** and Induo Boxes Sperm. Adaniaotue and Mould Candles, Boxes Castile and family Soap. Boxes Brandy Pearhes, Demijohns Brandy and Whiskey. ? lioiec Tobacco and Clears and Smoking Tobacco, K> trs Y\ bite Lead and Paint, l?>0 Packages Glassware aud Tumblers and Goblets Kets Butter. Uarrels Olt Bourbon, Funk's, Gibsons' XX and Irish Whiskey Barrel* Gin Octaves and Qnsrtor' Br*n4v. n y.7 WM. L. WALL & CO.. Aucts. T>Y WM. L. WALL & CO., Auctioneer*. aJ S. W. corner Pa. av. aad 9th st. CANTON COCO MATIIN*, FURNITURE, CAR PETS Ac., AT AUCTION.' On TBCRSDAY MORMNii. ivtn insUnt, at 1> o'clock, we w;ll sell a* our Auctiou Rooms, with out reserve, for c&sh. for account of whom it may concern? 2i 0 rolls fre A white and checquered 4, 6. and 6 4 Csnton Matting, iust imported. KC rolls 4 4 and 6 4 Coco Matting, Id ro Is Carp?-t, 10 Cottage ?vet8 .lenny l.ind Cottage, and other Bedsteads, Msrble-top. plain, and other Bureaus, Hair nnd Shuck Mattresses, Mahogany and Walnut cane seat Chairs and Rock' Hl. Mirrors, Eafy Cbairs, and Lounges, Marble-top and other Tables, Mahogany and Waln'it Sofas and Tete a-Tetes, 8?fes,GlasRT.-are, Crockery, Ac. With a varety of otl er House furnishing goods too nnn erous to meneion. Terms caHh. my 7 W. L. WALL,ft CO., Aucts. 15 Y WM. L. WALL & CO., Auctioneers, THE STOCK OF A WOOD COAL. LIME AND PLASTER DEALER AT ACCTI ?N. On WEDNESDAY MOKMNG. 11th instaat, at 1'io'clock, we will sell at the Coal Yard ofN.C McKnew, or Seventh street, at the Caual Bridge, ?bo intends changing hit business, his atoca, em bracii g: l.frio bushelsa Dair, 3 2' o barrels Maine Lime. 60 barrels Caiscan Piaster, 60 barre'.s Rosendale Cement, 0> barrels Land Plaster. Roofing Felt and Tar. Three very superioi Draught Bor?ea, One set Double Wagon Barncss, Three sets Cart Barness. One'1 wo-Borse W?gon new, 1 wo Carts, nearly new. One Laige Cutting Box, and lot 1-inch Coftl Floor ing, A Wood Splitter?one of the best ever built, Large Feed Bin. and Srt Buggy Barneas, Office Furniture, Desk, Chairs, Stove, Ac. Terms cash. _ _ my.7 W. L. WALL A CO., Aucts, |?Y TBOMAS DOWLING, Aact'r: Georgetown. TWO STORY FRAME BOUSE AID LOT IN GEORGETOWN AT AUCTION. On TDUR8DAY AFTERNOON, May 12th, at e o'clock, p. m , I will sell, in front of the premises, near tbe Collate gate, tbe *ast part of Lot No.c7. in 1 hreckeld's addition to Georgetown, frontug 26 feet oc Second street, and improved bv a two story Frame House, subject to an undivided Sixth part. Title perfect. Term* cash. All cenveyanciog and stamps at the coat of th* purcbaeer. my 6-dAd? TH0MA8 DOWLING, Auet B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. VALUABLE LOT ON NORTH K 8T..BETWEF.N FIRST STRELTEAST AND DELAWARE AVE Ol TUESDAY AFTERNOON. May 1?, at 6 o'clk, on tbe premises, we shall sell, Lot No 6, in Square ?Lo. 71C. fronting 60 feet on north K street, between Tirst etieet east and Delaware avenue, and running ba?k 100 feet Terms : One third cash, the remainder in six and nine months, with inteieBt, secured by a deed of trust on the prem; is. Conveyances the cest of the purchaser. my.6d [Kep.J J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. JJY J. C. McGUIRE A C#., Auctioneers. NEW THBBE-8TORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE WITH STORE ATTACHED ON K ST., NEAR CONNECTICUT AVKNUai AT AUC T10N ' On TBURSDAY AFTERNOON, May 12tn at 6 o'clock oc the premises, we shall sell, a denrable Lot on K street north next to t> e corner of Con necticut avenue, 28x100 f. A, improved by a new ibree story Brick Dwelling Bouse, with Store Room attached, well adopted tor a business place as well as a residence, being in the vicinity of the public Departs entsanc Offices. Immediate possession given. Terms: One-half cash, the remainder ia six, and twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. my 7 J C. McGUIRE A OO. Aaets. JjT GREEN ft WILLIAMS, Auctioneess. TRUSTEE'S 8ALEOF TWOHANDHOME BUILD ING LOTS EAST OF TBE CAPITOL AT AU0 TIUB On FRIDAY, the ?th instant, I shall sell, in front of the prenrises, at 6c'olock, p. m., by virtue ofades*: of trust to the sutneriber, bearing date the 1st day of July, 1859, and recorded in Liber J. A 8 ,No. 182 folios, 396.397, and 39S. one of the land records for the i?uatv of Washington, in the District of Columbia, the following named propsr iy lying and beli^g In the city of Washington, Dis trict aforesaid vis; . Lots numbered nineteen ana twenty, in Square ??umbered ten hundred and twenty-nine, contain ing over nineteen thousand square feet or ground. This property fri nta one hundred and twenty-one fe?-t six inches on north F, between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets east, near Maryland av. Terms of sale: One-fourth cash: the balance in 6, 12, snd 18 J?t nths, the purchaser give notes for tee deferred payments, bearing interest from the day of sale. A deed given and a deetl of trust All conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser. If the terms are not complied in five days the Trustee reserve the right to re sell the proaectv^ at the risk and cost or the first purchaser, Sy ad vertising the same three times in the National In telligencer. ROBERT RICKETT8. Trustee. my,6 GRR1N ft WILLIAMS. AbsH. DY THOMAS SOWLiNG. Auet; Georgetown THE POTOMAC BIVKB ? GEORGETOWN, D. C.. AT PUBLIC AUCTION I will eell at Public Auction on WEDNESDAY, the 11th dar of May, U64. at 5 o'oloeh p. m .on the premises, that Valuable Property, b^ng part of Lot No 79, ia Georgetown, and froutlm* fI feet on the south side of Cherry street, and M feet on the east side ef Potomac street, and opposite to the Cotton Factory. The improvements consist of a large two-story and Basement Brick Dwelling Honse, and Back Building, also, two Lots, each f?oniing lO feet on Potomac itreet. adjoining the above and running bach 71 feet. This property, situated as it is, be tween the Canal and Potomac river, offers great fh VWCflH Uld VHMVW C vfVfM ssvyi v VUVABi eilitiet for mftQufactarlnff or atbtr mtmm. im for an investment auch an opportunity seldom ee C?Ter?s: One half oash, haianes in six aad twelve months, secured bp a deed of ttnstoathe property. TitY* perfect. Iktaveyanolng and stamps at the oest of the i ehaaer andftds THQMAI POWLING, Aact. 1 BOARDING. ^hr st NVTifiPa. sveaus. ooruor SM ttreet^l^S" AUCTION 8XLES. FUTURE DATS* gY GREEN * WILLIAMS. Auctte-neai^ HOUSEHOLD frRNITrmIN THE*0?W 1 IBERttBS at AUCTION On MONDAY, the 9th l*o>I ? A.a.m . we shall se 1. at the 'esi'enceof ag-nt^man >?? clinicg housekeeping, at the aor er o' fetr.h ??d I streeis nortt vi?: Walnfi' 8oflM. Chairs, Table*, and Whatnot*, Fits tottaga Salt#*. consisting of n^? .in* B? Wasbhtsnd*, Bedsteads, Ta >-*s aad Chairs, aM complet* Th*w r r, lrerain, and other carpets, Ourljd Hair Mattresses. made to order. Feather Jieda. Pillows and Bo ?'( 1, Cowforf*. Blank eta. Sheet*. and Case*, Hall Oilcoth. Rugs and Matt*. Excellent cook. Radiator and other Stoves. China. Glass ard Crockery Wara. AMmuy other articles, too numerous to entt* ?r Term? cash. ay 6 GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aocfr. J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. CHANCERY SALE OfTvalUAILE RQCAM OF OBAJi'NT ON SEVENTH BrRKKTwhwET. BETWEEN Q STREET AND RHJUR ISLAND AVENUE. On MONDAY AFTERNOON, Mar 9th. at half-paM So'elock,on'he p emises, by virtue ?f a d?ore* o! the lite Circuit Court and an amended <te irw of the rtuprone Con?t of the District of Columbia. sitting *a a Crart of Equity, the latter decree d*tea ttth of ApHl, 1864. and render*d in a cans# N?> 79. wherein Elisabeth Brent is complainant and <Chaa K. Brent, and others defendant". the undewi will fall the whol-of Square No. 4E?, snb dii IW int> twenty-five desirable Building Lot* fron ttng respectively on Seventh and Eighth streets we* he twe?n Q street and Rhode Irland avenue. Terms : One-third cash, the remainder io six* twelve months, with interest *e ured to the sat * faction of the Trustee, or ail ea*ti. at tha option the pc rchaser. All conveyances and stamps at the expatae oftA * purchaser. J. CARROLL BRENT. Trustee. ap.Sfl d J.C McGUIRE A CO.. AncU. pv J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Auctioneers. BUILDING LOTB ON~TlXTH 8TRBKT WEST. BETW EEN Q AND R STREETS NORTH. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. May*, at 6 o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell the south 42 M4 inches, of Lot No. 6, in Square 477, frontina on Sixth s'.rvet west, between U and R streets north, and rnnning back 93 feet ?,S ioebes. to be divided into two or three Buildinc Lots if Centred. Terms cash Conveyances at cost of the purchaser. my.5 d J. 0. McGUIRKA Oo. AucU. gY J. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Aaetioneer*. PEREMPTORY 8ALE~~OF SUPERIOR GOLD WA1CHES, FINE JEWEi-KV. I'WO FINE PLATED ?-LASS CASES. COUNTER. Ac On MONDAY EVENING. Ma.* 9th. at 7X o'cloak, at the auct.en rooms, we st all sell, to the higieet bidder tor account 01 a dea'.er declining business. S'x superior Oold Iiunting Case Watohe*. GolojCeat Fob and Guard Chains of various pat terns. Fine setts of Jewelry ia boxes, Winter Hints, Ear Rin?*i Breastpins, Sleeve Bat tons. Studs, A c , A c. Terms cash. my.5 d J. C McGUIRK A CO., Ancts b YJ.C McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers SEVENTEEN BUILDING L0TS ON THE IS LAND AT P? dLlC AU'.TION. On MONDAY AFTERNOON, May 9 at 5 o'clock on tbe premie* s, we shall sell, the southern pirt of Square i99 sub-divided into Seventeen desi abi# Buildine Lota crt about ?i feet fr >nt t-ach all with alley facilities and fronting respectively on south E street betwem Twelfth and Tnirteeath streets on Twelfth and Thirteenth streets west, at the cor ner f E street. Terms: One third cash, the remalrder in six re< ntbs. with interest, secured by a deed of trai on tbe premises. Conveyances at the cost of the purchasers A psyment of ?2" on each Lot will be required, my.3-d J. 0. McGCI&KA CO. auctt. B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aoctiunetrs. TWO HANDFOME BUILDING LOTS NEAR THE OBSERVATORY IN T E FIRST WARD AT AUCTION. On MONDAY,the 9th instant, we shall sill, oa tbe premises, at6 o'clock, p. m.. t?o hands >me Builcing Lots in ?he First Ward, being Lot No. I and 2, n Square No 33 situated at ih?^ corner of notth E and 24th streets west. Terms: One-half cash, balance in six and tweVr? month*, for notes bearicgi tere?tfro:n day of sale. A deed given and a deed cf trust taken. All onveyanca at coat of purchaser, including revenue stamps Title indisputable. tuy,4-d GREEN A WILLIAMS. Anrtg. YJ.C. MrGUIRl A CO., Aactioneers, B1 TRUST EE'S 8 ALE OF TWO DBS RABUE BRICK DWELLING LOOSES AMD LOld ON TWEN TY-FIRST STREET, BETWEEN G &ND H PTREET8 On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. May 10th at 6? o'clock, on the prem se", by virtue of a dee i of trust dated July2?^th I860, and duly recorded in Liber J . A. 8. No 202. folios 218 et seq., ond of tha land records for Waxhington eonnty, D. C., I s'.alt sell parts of Lots lettered ''E'' andf" in Told'* recorded sub divi-ion ofO-iginal Lo's?^, aid9, in Square numbered inj, f onttng together S"i f-?et on Twenty first weat, between G and H streeW north, and running back 10 feet, imp-oved wita two three story brick dwelitrg houses, with bavk buildings, to be sold separately. ?Verms of sale : One-third in cash; the rema'ndar in alx atd twelve months, with interest, secored by a deed of trust on the pr-mis-s. Cost cf conveyances including reve .ue stamp*, to be paid by the p .rchaser. If the teims of sale are not con plie i with in Ave days, the Trustee reserv? s th? right t > resell at the risk and ?? p?p?<> '-f the defaulting pUTchaser. J. CARTER MAtfBTTRY Trustee, my.4 d J. C. MeGUlRE A CO. Au-*t?. District of Columbia, WaIhinctwc Cors TT. S3.?ORPHANS' COURT, May 3 13'4.-Or dt red. on application, that the administrator of John Douglas, deceased, sell at public auction tha personal estate belonging to said deceased, for ca^h, first giving notice of the time and placeof sale ly advertising the same three times in the National Intelligencer, National Republican, and Evening Star, published in the city of Washing ton. ana in the New York Daily Herald, published in New York city prior to the day of sale. A true copy. Teste: Z. C. BOBBINS, Register of Wills. By virtue of the foregoing order of the Orphans* Court, I wilt sell, for cash, at public auction,on TUESDAY next. May loth, commencing at lOo'clk, on Square No. 90, near Boundary street, between 20*h and 21st streets, in the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, a large quantity of ibe finest Plants In the United StateB, consisting o< Japonicas and Cape Jessamines. WlLLIAM DOUGHS, my f>-3t' Admin'r of John Douglas, dee'd. |^Y THOMAS DOWLING, Auct'r; Georgetown, EXCELLENT HOUSEHOLD FURNlliURE AND EFFECTS AT AUCTION On WEDNESDAY MpRNISG, May 11th, at I? o'c ock, I will sell, at the corner of Green ard Gay streets, in Georg-towa, ao excellent ass >itm?nt of Household Furniture and jSTecU, comprising ia ??alnut Hair Cloth Parlor suit. Rosewood and 8atin Parlor suit Two Large French Plate Gilt Frame Mfrrors, W alnat and Rosewood Marble-too Center Table*, Three ply Brussels and tngraia Carpets, Walnut Secretary, aud Be acase, and Whatnot*, Walnct chamber snit M?rble-top Cottara suits and other Chamber Furniture, Walnin and other Wardrobes. Mahogany and Marble-top sideboards. Cane Seat. Dining and other Chairs, Bureau*, Washstsnds Tables, Ae., Hair Husk and other Mattresses, Extension and other Table*. Kitchen, Parlor and other 8toves, Large assortment of Crockery and Glassware, asd many a/tides too numerous to mention. Sale positive. Term* cash. my.6-d THOMAS DOWLING, Auet. [Chron. A Intel 1 j^Y THOMAS DOWLING, Auet ; Georgetown DESIRABLE TWO-FTORY BRICK HOUSE AN? LOT IN GEOBGETOWN AT PUBLIC AUC TION. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON.May 11th. itifc o'clock, p m,l will sell, in front of th* preukiia*. cart of Lot No. 21, in Beall's addition to Gaorga town .fronting about SO feet on Waahlntton etreet, near Bridge s&eet. and improved by au exoel'eat two-story Brick Bouse. Possession give* immediately. all conveyancing and stamps at tha ooitaf th? pnrebaser. Title perfect. Terms cash. icy.6-dAda THOS. DOWLING. A not. DY TllOMAS DOWLING. Auot'r; Georgetown. On WEDNES*>A Y AFTERNOON, May llth, 18S4L at 4 o'clock p. m? in front of the premUaa, i will ?ell the east part 01 Lot No. Ml. in^eatFs adaitio* to Oeoraetown. fronting 10 feet on the north ei4< of uunbarton street, sunning back lift f-at, and ia proved by a good two-story Frame House Terms: One-half cash, balance in six and tw*A r# months, secured by a dead of trust on the pre# )T. ^AU oonveyancing and stamp* at tha east ?#" tha 7C?ta of f 100 will be required at tha Mr ae Pmyb^dAds THOB. DOWLING. i >net J>Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aaetianeatg ELEVEN TALTTBLE EmLD?G W)TS FRONT ING QN T AND W AH? TENTH BTo. NORTH, AUCTIONy. ... ? foiWo^a?-ihfja lots hava ?. fc.??. -tow. months for notes bearing interest.. A deed w. and a dead af trust taken. All conveyance and stamps at the cost of tha ch??l' GREEN A WILLI AH8.Ami? pT W. h. WALLA PP.. Anctlonaeaa. 500 DOZEN Extraahoi** Cari N randies. Rchaidam H? Rand_Gi^, ?>. nuw9XT?iMB

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