Newspaper of Evening Star, June 6, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 6, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. AMI 8KMENT8 TO-NIGHT. Obovto'b Theater.?Mr.Grover announces a few more nights of grand opera; tnis exten sion havhig be*n made for two r**5??8 because lovers of opera are loud ini ??ir demands for it, and the other because M. . Orover desires that all the prominent members of the company shall take a benefit. To nig Franz Hlmmer will be the recipient, whenvrm be performed "Stradella." Carl I ormes in his .great character, "Malvolio " ? Ford* Theater?Mr. J. S. Clarke, th comedian, commences an engagement here to night, appearing as "Dromio or Syrac?u?r ?? JShakspeare's '-Comedy of Errors ' and ^ Joe" in "Our Country Cousin." MlfS <*ra\ and other favorite performers win sus utin'Mr. Clarke throughout his engagement. Cajtkbcrt.-The amusing pantomimes "Tb*1 Village Pedagogue," is a.nii?arieea *or to-iugbt and each night this weak. M He netta Ravel will close her this week The Ethiopian trio. Mulligan, West and Williams, will perforin new and jaughable acts, and the whole company wiu .appear in a splendid bill. . Fairs and Festival.*.?1The enjoyable fair "and festival which has been tn successful ope ration for some days past at Island Hall tin<tr the auspices of the ladles of the Seventhstre<= presbyterian chnrch willbecontinuad through out the present we?k. All who have visited ' the ball express themselves as delighted with the entertainment. , _ ? . . The festival at Odd Fellows' Hall uhderthe auspices of the ladies of the Capitol Hill Pres byterian Church, assisted by the ladies of the same denomination connected with the chnrch is also in successful operation and worthy a \ isit. Shootiwg Apkbat ? On Saturday evening, Ueut P. S. Early, 13th N. Y. cavalry, while intoxicated, walked into Grover's Theater, but not having a ticket, he was refused admis sion, when be became somewhat disorderly. He, however, procured a half-price ticket and assayed to pass on it, but it was refused, and lie attempted to raise a row with the door keeper. About this time Lieut. W. H. Terrell, 1st V. K. C., demanded his pass, which he re fused to show, at the same time using disre spectful language. Lient. T. gave orders to Sergt. W. L. Whitney, of the patrol, to take Him to the guardhouse, on the charge of being drunk and disorderly, and he was taken in custody, the sergeant taking him down the Avenue, and Lieut. Terrell, who apprehended that there wonld be trouble, followed them. Several times, in passing saloons, Early at tempted to get away from the sergeant, and as they were passing the door of Emrich's Hotei, 11th street, below the Avenue, he suddenly drew bis revolver, turned and fired at Lieut. TerTell. the ball parsing through his neck, near the jugular vein. Before lie had time to fire a second time Sergt. Whitney wrested the pis tol from him, and fired one shot at him, and I.ieut. Terrell, notwithstanding his severe wound, drew his pistol and fired six shots iu rapid snccessiou, three of which took effect, one in the left breast, another iu the shoulder blade, and the third in tiie back, striking the spinal column, and glancing inwardly. Early was secured and taken to the guardhouse, ?where his wounds were dressed by Dr. Keas by, who also attended to Lieut. Terrell's inju ries. Early was sent to Stone Hospital, and Ideut Terrell, who is quite a popular young officer, was conveyed to his quarters at Rush Barracks, near the War Department. The af fray created considerable excitement, and in a shcrt time a large crowd was gathered Police Reports?Second Precinct.?Dennis Hasper, assault and battery; jail for court. Third Precinct.?HL*ry Ogleton, disorderly; $3.{h>. Margaret Horner, nuisance; Johu H. jDoyle, disorderly: Adolph Creto, aruuk; dis missed. Jno. H. Doyle, disorderly; workhouse. John Green, do.; dismissed. Fovrih Precinct.?Gh&s. Goings, disorderly; 91.60. Mary Lynch, drunk: workhouse. Wm. Hughes, drunk and disorderly; $3. Andrew Balma.n, do.: S3. Thos. O'Day, nuisance; dis missed. Michael Rogers, drunk and disorder ly; Tbos. McCanna, 91 each. Jno. Falierty, do.: workhouse. Chas. Crump, desertion; mili tary. Elizabeth Robinson, vagrancy: work bouse Fifth Precinct.?Albert Gutekurt, forcible entrv: dismissed. Mrs. A. Gutekurt, assault and battery; do. Sam'l Daws and John Lee. alias Rollins, disorderly; fl-x* each. George Ga'es, do.; 92. John Lee, alias Rollins, sus picions character: for hearing. Sixth Precinct.?E. H. Parsons, disorderly; military. Tenth Precinct.?Louisa M. Weston, suspi cion ol larceny: dismissed. Sophia Cole and Patrick Powers, disorderly; do. Edmond Courtney, larceny of a watch; jail for court. Thos. Griffin, resisting enrolling officer; mili tary'. W. Pepper, disorderly; *10. Moses Ma* guire, profane, ^ O? Importanceto Farmek3.?There never was and never will be again snch another op portunity tor farmers located upon navigable waters to enrich their lands, as that offered by the piles of fine stable manure in this city. It | is better for agricultural purposes than any other we ever saw, being made almost exclu sively from feeding grain. Its cost, including hauling to the vessel, is about 1- cents per load of sav three-fourth of a ton, and vessels trans port and land it anywhere aronud the Chesa peake and its navigable tributaries at about *0 cents per load. The editor of the Star has already used a thousand tons of it with great advantage, and designs using much more this season. So he speaks from experience iu thus urging farmers to avail themselves of the op portunity it affords tnem to fertilize their lands at unusually small expense. Mr. E. Hedge, corner of E and 12th streets, is the party to whom persons wishing loads of it should apply to purchase it, being the agent of the contractors who have purchased the whole from the Government. Stpreme CorRT. iw BajtcJ?Chief J aide t'ar't'r pretidini.?On Saturday, the United States agt. Wm. Shields was heard. The prop erty ol Shields had bpen condemned under the confiscation law by the District Court, Judge Wylle. on the ground that he had participated in the rebellion. Shields had, however, re turned to Maryland, but had not signified his return to allegiance. The decision of the Dis trict Court was appealed from, and the case ? ame up before the court in banc, and in addi tion to the exceptions an oath of allegiance was tiled ov the petitioner. The District Attorney argued" that this oath did not conform to the President's amnesty proclamation. Mr. Shields amended the petition so as to express that the lath was taken in the spirit of the proclama tion, with the object, as far as he was con teri.ed, to restore the authority of the United States. ^ The Court ordered a restitution. District At:orrev Carrington appeared for the Govern ment, and W. S. Cox, Esq., for the claimant. 0RVUA>."V CorRT, Jud<ye Purcell.?On Sat urday, John S. Cunningham was appointed guardian to the orphans of Wm. N. B. Brocket, and E J. Middleton to the orphan of Washing ton Berry. .A ? Letters testamentary were issued to t rancis R W. Wallace on the estate of Mrs. Mary Key Wallace. The first account of Margaret W. Handy, ad- j ministratrix of Samuel W. Handy, and the I second account of .lohnhhanahan, guardian to ? tie orphans of John Scanlon, were approved and passed. Inventories of the goods, Ac., and monies be longing to the estate of Alexander Morrison, deceased. ^ A Si r-RVDiD Grand Piano.?'There is now on exhibition at the warerooms of W.G Met verott, a magnificent Grand Concert Piauo, frnni the manufactory of Stein way k Sons. The brilliancy and powerof this Instrument is really astonishing. It is equal to a large or chestra in power, whilst in sweetness and del icacy*? appears to imitate the human voice. Onr pritcipal pianists unite in pronouncing it tlie best piano that has ever been heard in Washington Its cost is 91,350, and has been purchased by Marshall Brown, Esq., for his , country seat. FOP. Hbaribm?.?Saturday night, Caroline Jieed was arrested by Roundsman Eckloff lor keeping a bawdy house. She was the tenant of one room in the bouse on Sixth street, next 10 the corner of H, in what is known as Doe's Row Tbe lady who rented the room says she cot possession bv false pretences, and Caroline was sent to jail lor a hearing by Justice Gt berson. Carz? Fob.?Yeaterday morning, officer McColgan found a sick boy about fourteen year? old. named John Williams, loitering about the streets without home or protection. The c ase was reported to Mayor Wallach. who jjave him a permit to the almshouse. Lar(?"v.?'Geo. Rollins was arrested by Houndstnan Kelly, oi the Fourth Ward, for treai.ng tools from various carpenters. The tools were recovered and Rollins was held for k hearing on various charges of petty larceny. Hei-inuart'rt MxliUry District of Washington,) Waskxnttin. D. C., June4,1*S?. \ f ?Orders Ao. 11 ?The bars of all public hot..^s except hotels, in the cities of Wash igun and Georgetown willJx* kept closed during tbe day and night of Monday, June fc, i-??!. Tinder penalty of confiscation of their ea t r* stocks and the revocation ef their licenses. I Tae Provost Marshal of tbe Military Distri c f Washington ia charged with the execution of this order Bj order of Col. M. N. Wisewell, Military Governor. Tiisodobk McQowak, je 1 r. Assistant Adjutant (ftceraL Hm quarters Frorost Mar thai and Beard of ) Jsnro<M#?< of District of Columbia > &a?hinrrt*m, D. C~, May W. IBM ) The Board of Enrollment ot the District of Columbia will be in session at the office of tbe Provost Marshal District of Columbia, corner of Fourteenth street and New York avenue, daily (Sundays excepted) from II o'clock a. m. to 3 o clock p. m , for tbe pnrpoee of bearing cases of exemption from draft for tbe following causes, via: Alienage: Non-residence; I'nsuitablenest- of age: Manifest physical disability; and Two years' service during the present war, either in tbe army or navy. Citizens are requested to furnish information as to persons who are not enrolled, or who are trying to avoid enrollment, as it is equally for tbe interest of each person enrolled to place upon the "Enrollment List" all persons liable to do military duty, so tbat his own chance fuff draft shall not be unjustly increased. Hesrv A. Schcbtz, Captain and Provost Marshal may 26-tf District of Columbia. SPECIAL NOTICES. Notice.?To Re'ailers of Mineral IVafrr. ft.?On and after Mondav. June 6, 18>4. mv drivers are in strutted to pive fourteen (11) bottles Mineral "Water, Porter, Ale, Ac., in half pint bottles^ for fifty (SO) cents. All bottle* lost will be charged for at ten (10) cents each. Riibt A. Shihn. Union Bottling Depot. 57 Green st.. Georgetown. D. C. je 6-71 (Chronicle.) Do Ton cslor your whiskers and moustache? If so, use the "Japanese Ilair Stain.*' No hair dye in the world equal to it. Only one preparation. It colore a natural black or brown. Only 50 cents a box. 8. C. Fokd, je '_'-eo3in 290 Pa. avenue. Sole Agent. COLGATE'S OBEY SOAP. This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal demand, is made from the choicest material*, is mild and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scent el, and extremoly beneficial in its action upon the skin. For sale by all Druggist#and Fancy Goods Dealers. ja25-eoly Brown's Bronchial Troches. These Lozenges are prepared from a highly esteemed recipe for alleviating Bronchial Affec tions, Asthma, Hoarseness, CoaghB, Colds, and Irritation or Soreness of the Throat. Public f-peakers and Vocalists Will And them beneficial ia clearing the voice before speaking or sinking, and relieving the th roat after any unusual exertion of the vocal organs, haviag a peculiar adaptation to affections which disturb the organ.1? of speech. mh29-dftwtf Hub Dt* 1 Haib Dyb II Batebelor's celebrated 11 fir Dye is the but in the world. The only harmless, mu and reliable Dye know- Tivis splendid Hair Dre is perfect?change* lied iinsty or Grey Hair instantly to a Gloisy Elack or Natural Eroien, without injuring the hair or staining the skin, leaving the hak soft and beautiful; imparts fresh vitality, frequently re storing its pristine color, and rectifies tbe ill effects of Bad Dyes, The Genuine is signed William A Batohblob, all others are mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sold by all druggists, Ac. Vao ry?91 Barclay street. New York. Batchelor's Toilet Cream for dressing the hair. Jy 7-eoly E. J. Wiixins, Esq., has been Appointed Agent of the Great Pennsylvania route, vice E. 9. Nor ton, to take effect on the 28th of March. Mr. Wil kins has been eonnected with the Office, at the corner of Sixth street and Pennsylvania avenue, during the past two years, and is thoroughly con versant with the business of the route m all its departments. All applications for information, tickets. Ac., mnst be addressed to F.. J. Wilkins, Agent Great Pennsylvania Route, Sixth street ana PennsylvaniaaTenue. Ed. S. Yor.vo, General Passenger Agent, ap 5 Great Pennsylvania Route. Diseases or the Nervous, Seminal, Urinary asp Si-xr al Svstems?new andreliable treatment? in Reports of the Howard Association?Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address D. J. Skillin Houghton, Howard Asso ciation, No. 3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia Pa. mh 2&-3m Nebvops Dbbimtt, Sbmisal Wbaekes3, etc.. Can Be Cured by one who has really enred himself and hundreds of others, and will tell you nothing but the trutk. Address, witn stamp. EpwabpII. TrAveb, mar 1 DftW.ly Lock Box, Boston, Mass. Corns. Bckioks, Bap Naii s, fte. Persons wishing immediate relief from th?=e ronblesome annoyances, should call at Dr. White's rooms, No. 424 Pennsylvania avemie, between 4>* and Gth streets. THB CHEAPEST ASP BEST HAIB l)VB IS THE WOBLD ?Never Fades or Wash*.* Out.?Upham's Hair Dye, 60 cent* a box. The best in nse. Try it. Sold by 8. O Ford, corner 11th street and Penn. avenue, Washington; and Henry Cook, Alexandria. b6-1t Secret Diseases. Samaritan's Gift is the most certain, safe and effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever discovered. Cures in two to four days, and recent cases in twenty-four hours No mineral no balsam, no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken. It is the soldier's hope, and * friend to those who do not want to be exposed. Male packages, 9?; female, 93. Samaritan's Root and Herb Jvires?A positive and fprmanent cure for Syphilis.Scrofula,Ulcers, Sores pots. Tetters, Ac. Price #1, or six bottles for 96 Bold by 8. C. Ford. See advertisement, mi Db. Dcfobt's Sugar-coated Female Regulating Pills are the very list in iise. They operate speedily and effectively, and being sugar-coated create no nausea upon the most delicate stomach. A trial oi these Pills will prove their superiority over all others. Price SI a box. Sold by S. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue,Washington,and Henry Cook, Alexandria. Ja6-ly Spermatorrhea can be Cured.?Dr Rand's Spe cific cures Sperm t.orrhrra. Seminal Weakness, lm potencu. Loss of Pineer. etc., speedily and effectually. Its effects are truly magical. A trial of the Specific will convince the mo^t skeptical of its merits. Price 81 a box. Sold by t. C. Ford, oorner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook, Alexandria. Ja6-ly W abb anted to Curbih Six Datb. ?Dr. Godfrey'i Antidote, an English Specific of sixty-five years' standing, will cure Gonorrhera in six d-iys. No change of diet required . Price 31 per bottle. Sold by 8. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook. Alexandria, fafi-ly MARRIED, On the 11th hf Mav. by Rev. C. C. Mender. Mr PETER A >TRIKER t?. Mi- -ARAll A. CAR PENTJCR. of Chsrle- County, Md. It" 1 i'ort Toba<-co Times j.h use copv. 1 In thi? city June 1-1. WS4, ??> tb.- Rev. W. Y. Brown Mr. A. S. YO^E and Miss E A. Grover. * DIED On the 4th inst.. after one week's severe illne-s. of pneumonia. AS M. 11. SIMONS. in the Tid vrsr el hi? age None knew him but to love him. None name'i him but to praise. The funeral will tak?- jilace on Tuesday after noon, fsom his late residence. No. 340 Massachu setts avenue, ato'clock , to which hi-, friend- are respectfully invited to attend. On Monday, June 6th inrt., at I1 ? o'clock a, m. DELAVAN D. ALLEN, infant ?< n ol' Stephen W. and Sciota C. Alien, aged 11 months and 1>> day-. ? Thefrieuds of the family are invited to attenl the tuaeral, which will take place to-morrow, the 7th icst., at 4 o'clock p. rn., from No. 1:22 Peiisvl vanla avenue, between 19th and li streets. [Pater son. N. J., papers please copy.l On the 6'h inst., WILLIAM COYLE, aged 11 months, youngest son of Peter and Margaret Coyle. The friends of the family are invited to attend his funernl on Tuesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, * ?^Hb| PIANOS! ",1T1 PIANOS! PIANOS! PI\NOS! The largf-st ah=ortcnent of tbe beat makers in our country always oj hand. Greatest v ariety to select from Easiest terms. Largest amount al lowed for O'd Pianos in part payment for New. Great bargains in good Second-hand Pianos. Heavy s.ock of BRASfc INSTRUMENTS DKL M8. FIFES, BANJOS, ACCORDEONS, VIO LIN8, FLTJTES. Best Italian and German STRINGS for Gaitar ani > iolins. Every arUc e in the MU?IC BUSINESS. Any Musical Instrument carefully ret>ai-etl NEW B1USIC daily. Music, gtrinss. and all small articles csn be j-ent by mail free of charge. JNO. F. ELLIS, 306 Pa av.. bet. 9\h and loth st?., jt S-St n the north side. P MUSICAL. ROF ESPUTA Would respectfully inform the public that be iinow prepared to give le?M>ns in Vo^al and Instrumental Mu,iC. Having, retired from his other professional business. he is now able to dev*te the whole of kis time tc induction in music to all those who may fee pleased to patroniie him. Prof. Esputa's method is th* same as :? taught in Europe?that is, while he makes good performers of his pupils he makes goou musicians of tbem also; so that any one who may receive instructions froH him may acquire that knowledge of music asmlltnakjt them com petent for teachers or professional musicians. Prof. E-puta is now forming classes and all who desire to enter muit appl) early, as the number is limited. For term* app!y to I'rcf. JOHN JCSPUTA, No. 513 8th street east. Navy Yord. N. B. The cars pass Prof. Esputa's residence eve ry six minutes during the day. my27 lm*" IV removaC i^OTICK TO FARMERS. MARKET GARDEN ERS AND CAPTAINS OF VK?BLS. The office for tbe sale of Manure deliver^,je froin the dilferer.t government corrals in the Depart ment of Washington has been removed from tbe corner of F and K'th streets to the corner of E and 12th streets, ouv block from Pennsylvania avenue, cn !?th st-^et. , The planting season being over, now is the proper time for farmtrsaod gardeners to lay In ar.d haul a supply of manure for top dressings and failure. Large quanaities of well gotted manure on '.and an^ for sale at low rstea. W anted?Vessels for New Ycrx Cr^od fr^lghta Rhl dispatch giv. App^y 0;Xce?N corner 12th aoa K street*. )?1 fw 1 block from Pa. av^on 12th at. _ F^OR SA1 V. CHEAP?two secoad-hand BIL LIARD TABLF8. Inqn're at ?a-roll Hal'O etrect. ne*r comer of 12th je31wv Dr. Liihthliri Fourth Visit to WashingUo. DEAF PIESS. CATARRH. and diseases of tbs EAR, THROAT, AND A1B PASSAGES- , D*. LIGHTHILL. from 34 8t. Mar* Place, New York, Autttor of "A Popular Treatise on Deafness, " Letters on Catarrh," W ill be i? WASHINGTON, Ob MONDAY. Jons 6m. and can be consulted at t&? i Ebbitt Horsa lor oxb wbbk until Saturday evening, June on DEAFNESS. CATAfcxtH, and all Ute various diseases of tbe EAR, THROAT. AND ALE PASSAGES. Testimonial*. From the Rev, Fred. S. Jewell, Prefesior ?f State Normal School, Albany. N, ?? This may certify tbat I hare been, since lStl, 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 lor days at a time, wholly incapacitating me from business, &nd> during the paroxysms confining me to the bed. In some instances the inflammation has extended to the teeth, occa sioning toothache ; to the threat, producing hoarseness and partial loss of voice; and and twice it has so affected the left eye as to con fine me for a month or more to a darkened room. Theeeattacks have been accompanied by strong febrile symptoms: by stoppage of the bead, and, In the first stages, by watery discharges from the nose, subsequently becoming acrid and yellow, and towards the close olibe attack becoming bloody and purulent. I have tried m.-du iues of almost every kind; external ap- j plications to the bead, such as camphor, gin ger, hot bandages, and fomentations of hot vinegar; snuffs of some half a dozen kinds, and other catarrhal preparations, together with in ternal remedies, suoh 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 1 was led some five months ago, to make a trial of Dr. Light hill's treatment. His method at once approved itself 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 and dys pepsia, and constantly induced by the acci dents of ray professional labor, I found 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 impossioie. 1 chronii le the results thus. Although 1 have b?>n 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 I>r. Lighthill, without need of recourse to the old hot fermentations, or emetics; and th? dischar ges from the head have resumed the original and natural condition. I count upon a com- j pletecnre. That 1 have been able, however, to obtain 60 material a relief is to me a cause of gratitude. In that alone, I am repaid for whatever the treatment may have cost me. I make this statement unsolicited, as a means of acknowledging my obligations to Dr. Light kill's method of treating oatarrh. and with a view to aid any who may have suffered from that disease, in forming a just opinion* of its merits, and its probable utility in their own case. Fekdk. S. Jkwbll. Prof. State Normal School. Albany, N. Y., March 14. WU. < atarrb Cured. From Rfr. ft. J'. Rtiss'U, Lynn, Mast. I have been much troubled with Catarrh of the worst type for some twenty years. It gradually grew worse, producing cough and hoarseness, destroying the sense of smell, and breaking down my general health to such a degree as to compel me to resign my pastorate, and suspend public speaking. I made diligent use of the useful remedies, such as snuffs of different kinds, nitrate ot silver, tar water, olive tar, and iuh&lations, but without any salutary effects. Last sum mer I heard ot Dr. Lighthill's successful mode of treating catarrh, visited him, and put my self under his treatment. I began immediate ly to improve, and thit improvement has gone on to the present time. My catarrh has gradu ally melted away, my cough has disappeared, my voice has become natural, anrt I am once more able to preach the blessed (fospel. Let me advise all troubled with catarrhal difficul ties to apply to Dr. Lighthill. P. R. RrPBELL, Lynn, Mass., Feb. 1,1S0.2. my 30-to'2w LOST AND FOUND. IO.-T?At Dr. Sunderland's Cliurch. Four and-a ^ lialf *treet. "ii Sabbath morning. one GOLD WATCH. patent lever, with gold face and hl*ck hands; gold cbtin and key attached. Oil one of key wa- engraved a romr.asi, on the nthf r a bull's eye A liberal reward a ill lie paid for the deliver) of the above. THOMAS F. AN DERSON, It* thl Sixth afreet. $r i\ REWARD?Stolen from the subscriber, U living near Potomac Crosa Road-. Mont gomery County. Maryland, on Saturday evening, Jun.- Stli. j. SOftREL STALLION', siv years old:one or two white hind feet; flar iu forehead, about 1;V, or 16 Lands high: paces slow under the caddie, trot" in harne--. I will give the above reward for hi recovery, or anv information r-o tliat 1 ina> get hini again. i . 6 :;t* > JAMBS R. NORTON. STRAYED OK STOLEN?On the 'id inst.. a red and u hite COW. giving uji'k: al>out ten years old. Hassf- .eii red spots on her rigat side, ma nure stains on her bind quarter?: her head and neck have much the appearanc>- of a steer; tiro holes mid way in her horns. I willgivero for her recovery a- "e-tra>. ?.*>'. if stolen, lor the appre hension and conviction of the thief. JOHN G. STAFFORD, j<?6-3t* 4\, near N street. Island. lllKD ON SAT1 RDAY, MA i -i-VTH. I*04 ro a young man w ho gave the name of C'lia-. Ver non. a >OPJlF.L MAKEt about i yi ars old; I.", . hand- high; and blaek painted buggy, striped with red. made by Pietschnei. Wilmington, Del. The supposition ii- that the> have been left atsome other stable, in Diintske. Information leading to the re cover* of the above property v, ill be rewarded at the Nations' Hotel Stable*, tub street je f. .It Oil AS. A. MrarilV, Agent. LOr>T?In going thrr.neh lirtli and 11 ,-treets, June ^.Florentine MOSAI<' PIN. A reward of $3 wiil be paid to the person delivering the-ame to 511 12th street. je 4-2t* fT KEWAKD ?Lost ,<.n the23d ol May, a reddish COW. with two Itiab horns and very poor. The above reward 111 bepsidff brought to the corner of Oth and I street-. je_f .'tr P. SHAi EK. T^AKKN Ul* EST HAY, Or. he isth of Ma>, a 1 black and white ItL~ f KALO COW. The owner is reque-tea to come fi : ward, prove property, pay charges, and tske her away W. RILEY, on toe roiid to Tenallyto#ii, about a mile from George town. je 4-2t* C?1(| REWARD.?Strayed or stolen on the 1st 1" f of June, a red COW. *ith a v. hite head and a small rope areund tier neck. Give.- a little milk and she i? heavy with calf Th*?fmder will recei* e the above reward from JOHN SHEA, between 4>? and .">d streets, on II i-treet. Island. je 4 3tT C|1 <l|l REWARD.?Wa- stolen from m> tied rt.om on Friday night, the ;td inotant, a pair of PANTS and COAT: also ?'jjl." in Treasirj notes arid pan^rs < f no value to any one but the ' owner. The above reward will be eriven for the return of the money and papers je l-'.t* F. KINfi. Constable. I^SI KAA ?Taken? up entray on the morning of * the .';d of June, alight bay HORSE. 1.V, hand-, high. n.arked with F. S on Hank and I. C. on the shoulder; without shr.es. >ujipo?ed to be B or 7 , years old; in tolerable good order. The owner will please cotne forward, prove propertj and pay charge- ao<t take him away, j ft..F EVANS, Je-1 3'. ' No. o'.i 4th st., (Tcfti'getown, D. C. Ctrl REWARD.?Strayed away, on the Cdinst.,a bay condemned HOK8C, with lon^ tail and mane. Tae abuve reward will be gi\en if returned , to DAVID WELSH, oh t>tl? tree.t, lilan i,between G j?nd II. ? je 3 .'U' IOST.?Wednesday, June 1, a ?uiaU BROWN j j MARF, fourteen hand* high: had on a -aldle ? and bridle* white stripe dovn her foTehead. fao reward will be given if returned to THOS.4JEAKV, ! Jackson Ha l A11 e> Lner> Stable. je a-at* 1 KEV> AK1? for a liver-colored SETTER j DOG. white breast:.is two years old It * ill be paid if bronsht to nu C.t> Market, at .he i conwr of 12th and H street )e ,l-3t* JOHN MOORE, provision Dealer. | C^TAME TO THE PREMISES OF THE SCB ' scribe r, on the 1st day of June, a light red J COW, with white face and white belly, ana had a I calf last night. The owner will come forwar*. | prove property, pav charges, and take her awar. je u 3f JACOB TA88. Hrightwood Park. AW ATCH LOST.?.V small open faced GOLD MATCH, with COLD CHAIN, was losv ou Vedoesday e ening. June 1st. at the Georgetown Cemeteo , or In the cars on Penn. avenue, or in th? Capitol Gronndv If left at 439 llth street, between GandH, the Cader will be suitably re wardy. . ' je3-3t* a REWARD.?Stolen Trom the arsenal gate 'tr I " yesterday about" 1? o'clock a. m., a dark r( ?ti ooademnt d HORSE, black mane and tail. Tbe abova reward will be given for any information, that will lead to the recovery of the horie or the apprehension of the thief. JOHN D. K KHL, le * No. t5> M street south. C6ST~0% HliLAID?ONE CERTiriOATi OP STOCK or TH* COKPORATIONO* WASfl INGTON FOH ?GOO-^*t^d July to. If*7, in name of Wm. B?rc,n, 8. A. fit McKim and M. Carroll, Trustees. Alt-o, one Certiftea'* of Stock of Oor Pf ration for I'OO. interest payable semv-annn ai v, dsWd AnrilS, 18^, in tbe same names. Notic? her?-b> giv n thai application will be made Ior th# renewal of'.Ue saroe a* (av Begister's OfiBce ' le l eoft* 11B L8 WAJiTED-Aoply at the EbbittpetfwT J )? 6-51 $9 \\TANTBI?-A Bla-ksmith's HELPER. A>i?ly ** at No. 553 litb ?rwt. Ihull,ftV je$3t* R. W. JOHNJWt_ V\'ANTKI>?T'io GIRLS for diniMroom ???!r '' at Pennsylvania House. 35^ 0 str^wToe 4V~ and 6th street* _?JLr*__ H E AD WAITER AND FOUR WAIT ER3WANT ED IMMiiDIATSjLY".?Apply at the clarendon Ho W jefi-fti W'ANTE 0 ? 150 SADDLE AND HARNESS ** MAKERS,at Germania Hottd.C st ,H?l?u 4H and 6th ats., on Tuesday eve&ing, JuneT. at. * ?'clock. By order of committee. J? 6 ?l l*rAVTE'? 1MMUDTA + ELY ? Two ttr-t els-* " Confectioner* BAKERS *oM wagw giv^n? a-v3 t i H.-sistunt Cook, \ppiy to T. \ OTKNTI, Peua. Rven^e, bf-t. K*th Mid llth '* ANTEB^Bv a"respectablolronng man. I 3IT T AT ION as clerk in a grocery store, Lately pcmefrom England, Address II. E., stfct OSce. je 6 St' . . WANTED?A good LAUND?VKSS. for a private bouse. Inquire of Mr. DSMONKT, Ccofir ticner, lio Penn. avenue, between 17th and 18th Street*. j? 6 ?* IVANTED-A WOMAN (white! to wask dishes v? ?nd make beds. Are. In .aire at the Gosling Hotjae. 249 Penn. avenue, between UtbandiStb streets. AN AMERICAN LADT WI^llL'S TO ENGAGE ws boamstrev. Can cut and fit, and do JUl kinds of sewing. Address P. A.. Star Office. The very bent refereneecanbe given. TW OF IRST C LASS- BAR B F RS WANTED IM mediaiely.at DEMONGEOT'S. Human Hair Store, c?mer D and lutk streets, near the avenue. je 6 3t* WANTED-CAUPENTER8. None but good workmen need apply Apply to NOP.BECK k. CRAMRLITT, Louisiana avenue, between ?th and 10th sts. _ je 6-2t * \\~ ANTED?At the Gelling House, a good W Al ? v TER; to such #20 a month wages will be given the whole year round. Inquire at the Re'taurant, ?1T Penn. avenue, bof. 12tji and 13lhsts. je6-3t* IVANTED TO REVf?An unfurnished HoCSK ?? in a central location, with about ten room.-; water and ga?. Address " R 4 30 D :4rfet. Pos sesion any time this month. je ti eo'ff WNNTED? A young niau( American orGerman 1 that understand Cuttins M.-at to attend in a Grocery and Pro\i-iou Store. Appl> with refer ence to'E. II. W.GROSHON, at Boutz & Griffith s. 3t>9 7th street, near I. jefi ;<t" PER WEEK.-Wanted irarneTliat-ly. "three HOSTLERS,two CARRIAGE DRIVER? , one CARRIAGE WASHER. The highest wages will be given for good steady men. R CRl'lT & SON, je 0 St* Georgetown. WANTED?By a Northern 1&?!\. who thorough ly understands her busine-*. a position a-^ HOUSEKEEPER in a bachelor's or widower's es tablishment; one or two children lint an objection. Addre-x "Housekeeper," Star office, stating when and where an interview can ^e held. 6-3t* W ANTED TO BORRO W~*T7ioo for two year*. TT on the very best real estate security. Address Lock Box 1.? Post Office. ^e -l-3t* %M7 ANTED?To SEW for one week, bb(ne one ?? who understands the operation. and can work upoi Ladd A Webster's Sewing Machine. Apply nt 441 Penn. avenue, near 3d strte'. je 4-8t WANTED?0< or beff re ti e 1st of July. ??> a si.ihII. ge.-.teel family, of Philadelphia, three UNFURNISHED ROOMS, suitable for housekeep ing. Address "MYl.INNj," Bot 100- Wn-bing ton PostOffic , stating location and re' r j? 4-at < %*7 ANTED? A middle age i WOMAN*. t<- d?. gen y? erat housework. Good wages viUb.sgiTen to ? competent woman. Appl> at No. ."?& La a ve nae, between OH; ai:d 7th sts. je 3~ot' 1\7 ANTED?A L IKL to do plain cooking. Good *? wages girea. Apply at J BROWN'S Restau rant. cor.jfcr l.th street and Penn a^ enue, je is 3t* _1 \\r ANTED- By s respectable Eniflish woman, a yy SI T U AT ION for general housework. Apply , at 1!^S E street, betw< en lith and 15th, lrom 3 to 5 o'clock p. m. 3 3t "SITUATION AS WET NURSE WANTED. A respectable young widow desiresa situation a* ve* ntirse. The best references gUen ACP'^ at 3oSi 4th street, corner 01 G. 'e 3 31 \17ANTEI? A first-class COM-EOTIONER Ar ty p > atNo.91 Bridge street. Georgetown D. C. [my31-6t*r F. FREUND WANTED?Ten or ffteen WASHERS and IRONERS, at the City Laundry, on 14th st-eet. near C Also, one good celorei B0\ . froca 15 to 20>ea's. E. HOTCHKISS, Manager, icy it-2WJ M~ ONEY WANTED.?I wish to borrow from ?."?,000 to *10000. to be secured by real (?state vorth double the amount. R. P. JACKSON, B v ."/'-St* No. !'??"> Bridge st.. Georgetotrn. ANY per-on wifii'ing to aui'pt a BOY. 6 weeks old, cnn do so by inquiring at 5*29 12th street, beipw D street north . my :*)-1 w ? WANTED. i,LUTING! WANTED, Erery lady in the District to know that I hare, at considerable expense, had built a very elegant machine for Fluting or Crimping Dresses. &c. Dressmakers and others can have any kind of goods Crimped at short notice, in as good style, and as cheap as in any othercity. Ladies, remember this is the only machine in town, and done at the only place to get stamping done. S^l F street, oppo site Fatent Office, Stamping and Machine Stitch ing Depot. my 3_ WANTED IMMEDIATELY?300 LADIES to ?y Embroider on Muslin, Linen and Cambric. To good hands constant work and good wages given. Ladies applying will please bring samples of work. Apply at WM. PRINCE'S Stamping an A Apply at WM. PRINCE'S Stamping and Machine Stitching Depot, 391 I street, oppositr Patent Office to '8 LADIKS WANTED TO CALL AT pa AHA LADIKS WANTED TO CALL AT ?)U,UUU PRINCE'S Stamping Depot, 391 F street, opposite Patent Office, and get their Stamp Ing. Stitching, Pinking and Embroidery done. As there are other Richards in the field, ladies better look out that they come to Prince's, who is the only practical hand in the city. Be sure yon so to F street, opposite Patent Office. mh 4 PERSONAL. Y WIFE, CATHARINE DEI BEL, HAS LEFT tny bed and board without iny consent, and I hereby request her to return duriag the ne\t 24 hours; otherwise I will consider myself as* dj vorceo from her. aad warn all persons not to credit her on my account. 1e4-2t> ADAM DEI BEL. BOARDING. F[MR?T-CLA-S BOARDING *t 350 K street, 1 Franklin Row. A ftw stais for Table Board ers. ?'* 6 3t - OOAKDlSG.?ROOMS FOR RENT ?One veri ly large, airy 1RONT ROOM, on first Hoor, handsome!) furnished, and suitable for a family or two or more gentlemen. Price in proportion to number. A good table k?pt Also, small ROOM for singie_person. Apply at 395 Eighteenth street, between Fand G streets. je ft-2t~ B~OARD~IN THE COUNTRY', five miles from the city, in a very pleasant location. For par ticula-s inquire St the Star 0<Ece. "> ' -''t' HOARD ?Oie largo h?'indsoinely FURNISHED ROOM, suitable for tV?. gentlemf-n. to let w ith B\>ARI>. Apply ht 13?G street, between 21st and 22d streets. :e.3-3t MOORE'S MAGIC SODA FOUNT IS NOW ready to dispense pure and cold Soda Water to his very numerous pat-ons, M00RBrS West End Drugstore, my 10-2W 113 Pa avenue w?st R 0 0 1 1 N R O^O^F1! V G C E M K N T I THOMAgl AHEY. Cohsk:- 10 xh St. Wk.-t asdthk Canal. W'n?kinuton, D. C., I Being the only agent in this city for Roofing t eit and Roofing Cement from an old established firm, i can afford to hell the above articles at the very '^Roofers'"nd those engaged in the business are I reaue-ted to call and see for themselves, having a large stock of the above named articles always on ! hand. myao-Hn dTSTHAVK JUST RECEIVED FROM ECRjPE yy a large lot of the finest Italian Yiolin IBf# 'Strings that have eyer been brought to thisUW country. Also, one very hne old Stainer v 1*. ?3? lin. and seve-al others of a superior quality. The Str':Dcs are ail manufactured to our order, in pres ence of one of our firm, ot the best material during the winter season, and are warranted to be true -anti of great strength. ^^'"^TyvRnTT' 41 th> Music Store ot W G. METZERvTT. tr>y jl Corner of llth street and Pa. avenue. ^g^pICTLRE CORD AND TASSELS, Different sires and eolors Picture Cord and Tas sels kings, Nails, Ac., at wis, u ,j m arp?ritf,R'S. 4!?6 7th street. Eight doors aboTe Odd Fellows Hall. Term * cash ap 29 lmlf* WINDOW SHABES. 486 Different color" and sites Window Shades in store Any required style or Fize Shade made to order at J-MARKRITER S. 4*6 7th street. ' Fight doors above Odd Fellows Hall. Terms cash. ap 29-lmif* F^OR SALE?Several very elegantly finished French COUPEE8 Also^ a number of BRETTS or OPEH BAROL CHES for^^^^K four persons inside. ' . These Carriages are fimsaed in the most superb manner, and would sutt either for pjivate use or for public convey anc^s.LiNGKB & HUNTER. Corner of Howard and Franklin streets, my i;-lm* Baltimor* r imri LIME I LIME I?I am now prepared to L deliver fresh burned POTOMAC LIME, pre pared from my sew Flame Kiln, without coming in Af>ntu*t with the fuel. in ?onw:lgwpluCA8TLKMAN, Etna Lime Kiln, ap 27-?m Pa. av. and Rock Creak Bridge. J BARGAINS IN MILLINERY 15 AKD CHILDREN'8PANCY HAT3. AT THB NEW YORK EsTABtl^MENT, ,fio, 4 Market Space, second deor from ?th street. Haying ft large and extensive Btook of Mid dbsirous 01 reducing it before the close or tue teason, the prices will be marked down mu.cn below their original value. i _ Lad es will now have the opportunity ^ par ehwth g an eiegaat, stylish P-onnot for the wae prico tWy Wi>vMsp^i for ?n latenor one ?we 1 WHVsKjck. is complete, witH every ?eas?n, 7 JOB MKT AND 8ALB. t'OR SENT?A largo &T0RE, goo* loeatioa fcr * coBfectio&ery or ice cream saloon. Inquire at jWf1 etore, 310 I atreet w<vt. f 6 1m 'i4*Qk*A~LE-Anew Wheeler A Wilnon SEWING * MACHINE Apply at No. 41h V street, be tween sth and !?th. * je6-3t? C: E N T L E M E N DESIRING NFWLV FDR ? nished Mid neat ROOMS or suits of ROOM*. ARriW'te family, mav apply with reference* at I j ^r"et. between G H it- * St* St.Mtw **ETt 5?* p*- between ?S V7 ^ Oood location foi anr business. Apolj to FRAJK ACDEMAR3.J04 Pa. aveoue, between 2d jrnd Sd gta. je fi 3f FOR RENT?From Jun? 16th to October 1st, tot, a nicely furnished HOUSE. of eight room*. Terms moderate. Location central an 1 pl'Hsaut. Best refer *noe requlrtd. Inquire at this office, je ? 3t* FORRENT-T^o BK1CK HOUSES, 6 rooms in MiCii house, situated on V strret. between 4tb. 4td 5th north. Good reference will be requitfrd. Apply to THOMAS HOLLIDGE. corner Mb and P streets. 1/URNISHAD HOUSE FOK RENT, or hoaM (or * rent and furniture for sale. The house is No, S41-. street It is one of the very best and mest commodious in the city, and is furnished through out m northern style. For particulars inquire on the premise*. je 6 l w* I?OR SALi-UUlLIilKG| LOTS JflOATfPO APIECE VP,~Thirteen desirable LOTS in Square No. 3^, Vermont avenue, between & and 8 streets; and eight desir*b'e Lots in square north of Square No. 334, on Vermont avenue, betweee 8 and T streets.will be sold Spw and on ?asy terms. Apply to L. F. CLARK, No, 248 Pennsvlvania av? bet. 12th and 13th sts. je 6 lw? VIR8T CLA88 HOUSE FOR RENT. PARTLY ?T FURNISHED.?The spacious and modern built H0C8E, No. "237 Bridge street. Georgetown, for the summer months. Persons not desiring the whole house can obtain suite- of splendid and spa cious apartments, turni-hed with baths. A o. An ply on the premises, or to F. W. JONES. Esq., At torney at Law. BRICK STABLE and CARRIAGE HOUSE ai-o for rent. Apply immediately, before, sale of Furniture. je6-3t~ PHOTOGRAPH AND AMBROTYPK GALLERY FOR RENT. For rentjone of the largest and best located Gal leries in Washington, with all the modern im provements. None but first-class artists of high reputation in the art need apply. ThU is a rare chonce for a good energetic operator with souj'* capital. Apply on the premises to P ,1. BELLEW A CO.. 510 7th street. 3 door- south of Odd Fellows" Hall. Term? cash, first month in advance. je li-tf PLEASANT ROOMSAND BOARD can be had at 92 Penn. avenue, between 21st and 22d sts., at reasonable terms. je 4-St* FOK RENT?In house No. 4!*4 11th street, be tween E and F, a ROOM 2'< feet front by 2<i deep, with three large windows. Will not be rented for a lodging: room. je 4 31 * GROCERY AND LiqUOR 8T0RE FOR SALE and HOUSE for ret', at No. 2St> 7th street, bet ween L and M. je )-6t* WM. 8CHULZE. FOR HALL?The three -tory and basement Brick HOUeE, No. 37 1, corner of Thirteenth and 1 ntreets. containing l ine rooms. Potomac water in basement and gas throughout. Possession given and furniture sold if desired. je 4-lw* \*T[Ll~BiTTorTT A B \RGAIN?THE NBW vv JERSEY RESTAURANT, on F street, be tween 21-i and 22d. The house contains tive rooms, with snick and fixtures: all for Inquire at ! '?/> I street. je 4-6t* FUR SALE-Twe PRINTING PRESSES, one en tirely new. a.'.d the other very little used; will be sold cheap for cash. Apply at 179 south B s?eet, between <rh and 10th, opposite Smithsonian Institute. je 4-:$t* l^URNISHKD ROOMS TO RENT, to gentlemen, r with or without boa-d, in r lar^e, pleasant house, possessing the advantages of a city and country residence. Cars pass the door. Terms moderate. Apply immediately at the corner of 14th and S streets j? 4-3t* ITHYr RENT ? .1 F AKE CHANCE. ? A new r KRAME HOUSE containing 7 rooms, situated in the First Ward, now one of the best locations in that Ward for a restaurant and tavern. Inquire at No. 457 13th street, between E and F streets, at 1 o'clock. ;e4-lw* F-'OR RENT?A large BRICK WAREHOUSE and STABLE, containing four stalls, on north B street, betw een 6th and 7th. Posses-ion given im mediately Inquire of GRAY A WILLIAMS. At torneys-at-Law, No. 43-2 Penu. avenue, between 4'/ and 6:h nts^ je 4 .If7 FOR RENT?A BRICK UOUSL on 4>i street Island,containing six rooms,having just been thoroughly and handsomely repaired. It is also on one of the most growing business streets in the city. The lower floor canl>e u?ed as a store. In quire at No. 457 13th street, between E and F sts., at 1 o'clock. je 4-3t* FOR RENT?One large, nieelv furnished PAR LOR. and two large SLEEPING ROOMS ad .ioining i j addition with a BASEMENT, with con veniences for housekeeping. Location near the Capitol, and within half a square from the city railroa l. 31S north B street, Capitol Hill. je 4 2t* WOULD BK RENTED FOR A PERIOD OF three month.-, to a careful tenant, without ' small children, a neatlv FURNISHED and desirable HOUSE, in the vicinity of the Patent Office, cen trally and pleasantly located. None other but a sti b 'osseM-ien pi .... ... ... V " V - ?? :? au v.u ... . L ' Ul in, 3 N O . 404 Eighth .-tro'-t west,between G and II. je4-tf I'fNFURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT in a most V/ desirable loration. Apply 525 H street, be tween <>tb and 7th. je 3 3t* FOR RENT.?A large pleasant ROOM, with BOARD, at 498 L street, between 2d and 3d streets. je3-3t* FOR SALE ?A RESTAURANT, with a lease for five year-. Reat $25 per month. Inquire at No. 55 Louisana avenue,orat No. 452 loth strfet. adjoining Ford's Theater. je 3-3t* R"00M8 FOR RENT.?One FURNISHED ROOM suitable for two gentlemen; three ROOMS on thirdtioor; at No. 471 9th street, between E and F. Ue3-3t*l ROYAL E. MILLER. FOR RENT?Three or four UNFURNISHED ROOMS; also, Furnished Rooms. Terms mod' erste. Apply at No. SJ20 22d street, between G andH. je3-3t AN6 FOR SAI-E OR EXCHANGE, in Mara irany anu pieasaiiuy locaieu. none omer o private family w ishing to oecnpy same and not let. or having boarders, need apply. Posses given in two weeks from date. Premises No. LJ thon, Jackson Door and Junan counties. Wis consin. on rea:>onable terms. Apply S. W. corner 21st and H sts. lm> 3-6t*J D.O. KNIGHT. 1?0R RENT?FURNISHED ROOMS, at NoTsTl H street, betw een 6th and 7th. Also, a ROOM on first floor, suitable for an officet with sleeping apartment adjoining. je3-lw* f~TU)E RENT-Three LNFuRNISHKD ROOMS! on 17th street, between & and L: suitable for a sm:ill family, being in a quiet and pleasant loca tion. Apply as above. je3-3t* FOR SALE-A PORTABLE HOUSE, bailt for a Photograph Gallery; 24 feet long and 12 feet wide, with a large sky-light. Suitable also for a sutler. Apply to JOHN S. DUTROW, No 15 King street, Alesarv^ria. Ya. je 3-lw* F^ORRENT^?Handsomely FURNISHED PAR LOR and CHAMBER, on the lirst floor, with the use of the kitchen. Also, other furnished rooms, at 339. corner of 18th and K streets. Terms moderate. je ;j.-3t* C*OR SALE-The LEASEHOLD of a Store, with 1/ Fixtures, and two rooms up stairs with a fine yard attached. The location is one orf the be<?t in Washington. For particulars call on CHARLES WALTER, 397 D ftreet, opposite City Hall. ;,-8t ? . FUR SAI.E?The STOCK and LEASE of a val uable Produce Store, in the best location in the city. TermacasV None need apply who wish to purchase on an\ other terms. The best rea-ons given for selling. For particulars address Box 10 city post office. je 3 3f ^TORE ROOM FOR RENT?In building No. 4 00 D street north, between 6th and 7th streets. Inquire on the premises je 2-4t* i^OR RENT?A new BRICK HOUSE, containing F five moms, situated on the corner of fith and A streets. Capitol Hill. Alao. the FURNITURE for sale Apply at J. BROWN'S Restaurant, corner 13th street and Penn svenue. je2-lw * TO LET?A handsomely furnished HOUSK. in the First Ward The whole, or in suites. Pos session given the 1st of July. Inquire at Star Of fice, or address Mr. EVER, Georgetown Poet Of ficf. Also, four large PARLORS, for Government offices. my28-lm* ROOMS FOR RENT.?Comfortable and well furnished Rooms at 450 12th street, between G and H sts. The location is one of the most de sirable in the city. my 24 tf ffOR SAI.E ?1S,000 cash will purchase tha stock, h\tures and furniture (with six years lease at a nominal rent; of a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL, in Washington^. C.. containing forty rooms. This establishment is conducted on the European plan, and isthoroughl) stocked and furnished with everv modern convenience. Location the best in Washing ton, with an extensive pa> ing patronage. Call or address MITCHELL A SON. Real Estate Brokers.' e. E, corner Penn. a\ e. and 15th st., my 23-lra , W'ashington. D. C FORcRENT?Duringtbe summer, a FUKNISHED HOI SE, delightfully located: No. 143 Wasa ington street. Georgetown, containing 12 rooms. Refer nces required. my 19 eo6t FOR SALE ?A beautifully located BRICK HOUSE, 13x32, e'ghtrooma and paisa*e: lot 37x90 to aa alley Immediate possessicn?only f3.(* 0. 5,000 feet of Ground, fronting on Pa. avenue, for lease for ten years MITCHELL A SON, Real Estate Rrokers. myI7-lm* 8. E. cor, Pa. av and 15th st. OR SALE?With immediate possession, a PROPERTY fronting 66 feet on ? street, by 140 deep Improvements, a large double-wing cot*age 10 rooms; three small buildings in the rear; good fencing, garden, fruit trees, Ac.; for ^ '^MITCHBIL k SON, Real Estate Brokers, my 16-lm* eoutheaat oot. Pa. ar. and 16th ?t. TO LET?For the summer, a first-class H0U8E, completely furnished, in the First Ward. Ap ply at Cottage Market, 309 I street, my 13;eotf OR BENT?A delightful RESIDENCE, with Furniture, on Georgetown Heights, On the square between Green and Montgomery streets, above Stoddard st Possession given on the 10th of June next. For tlrnu, Ac., apply on the prem ises. <* ? my 6 qOKPOEATIO^r W?mNGTON ?,x PER The subscribers have 9a\le Oo^.tion of rabscribers nave en'saie im,Uw gUu Six Per Cent!Qu&rterU of i of one hundred ioUara i "**P'^tock, entire amount cf this stock U 1?5.' The for which the revenue from amounting to about f IS ? rente (now in addition tc the faith i>? ^ *Ud*<"di the test secured stocks V m?kiu#one of AUCTION SALES. Fit atliar Aactlca Bale* i?f ttr*t M?a. THIS AFTKBWOOW AWDTQ.MORttW J^TGRBBN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneer*. VALUABLE REAL KPT AT K 8ALB0P A THRBB bTORT FRAME AND LOT CM M A A 0 d Q SBTTg AVINVI BBTWBBN FOURTH AM# PI I'TH STREBlS NOBTH AT AUCTION. On THURSDAY, the 2d day of June, at 6 o elook. p. m . we shall m>11, |? fient of the hrcniMt, ?nrt of Lot 11 in ?<mnrf No.sis.witk a iakrli new bulU thr*s-?tory Fr?meHo?#e eon* ,r0ing nine room*. Thare ii no better location 1' ?*? eltr Tertnx cai'h. mT.36 i GR1^NA WILLIAMS, Auflta. ASrrilE ABOVE s\;.v T8 h^tPONED 0* account of the teriu* until Monn *v- the fcVt* iu*t .HiDfbww', **OND?., I . f ca^h; balance in * *nd 12 month* t^L|> taring interest, secured lirt deed of All porrpraaces and "tamps st cost of purchaser. A-3ri&d?" GREEN A WILLIAMS. AucM. |JY JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Auctioneer*. HANDSOME THREE STORY BRICK DWELL ING HOUSE. WITH TWO STORY BACK BUILDING, AT PUBLIC PALB. On MONDAY AFTERNOON, Jane 6. at 6 o'c-lock, on tA? premise*. we shall sell part of Lot No W. la 8quare No. 436, fronting 20 feet en the loatfe side of F street north, between Bixth and goveath streets we*t ana running back 99 feet 8s inch?*, with a two foot alley, to be need in common with the adjoining property, improved by a handsome three story brick house, with two story brick back building. containing in all nine rooms, aal two good cellars, that can be converted intoofice*. Oaa throughout the house, with hydrant in the yard. The property is the third house ea.-t of S ixth street, and fa numbered 429. Terms : One half cash; the remainder in six ai< twelve months, with interest, secured bra deed ct trust on the premises. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. Early possession given. Je I d J. 0. McOUIBB A CO., Anrto rJJY GREBN A WILLIAMS. Ametieneers. TWO TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSES AND LOTS AT AUCTION. On MONDAY, the 6th day of June, at 9 o'clock, p tn., in front of the premises, wa shall sell, part of Lot No S, in Square No. 14, about 23 feet froat. running back 90 feet deep more or less, on Twen ty sixth street, between M aid Pennsylvania are nue. A d Brick with *U the modern improve ments. Terms: One half cash, balance in six, and twelra months, for notes bearing interest. Deed given and a deed of trust taken. All conveyancing and revenue stamps at the coet of the purchaser. je 2 d GREBN A WILLIAMS. A nets. B Y WM. L WALL A CO., Auctioneer*, TbB STOCK Of A FUHNITURB DBALBR AT AUCTION. OnlUESDAY MORNING. June 7, Commencing at 10 o'clock, we will sell at Store No. 485, Tenth street between the Avenue and E street, the entire stock of a dealer having to give up the he use, coa - sistin^? I>ret- inc and Plain Bureaus, Marble top tidebcard. Cottage. French and other Bedsteads. Feather Beds, Hair and Shuck Mattresses, Bolsters and Pillows, Ma'bie-top. Plain and other Tables. Sofa* Lounges. Rockers nnd ether Chairs Ciockeryware. Glassware, Hardware, Ac With a variety of other good* unnecessary t* enumerate, all of which will be p* retr.ptorlly sold. Terms e.vih. je.2 d W L. WALL A CO., Aucta, B Y J. C. McGl'IRE A CO., Auctioneers. AUCTION sake of chamber furnjturb AT NO. m EIGHTH STREET, BETWEEN D AND PENNhy f.V * NT A AVENUE On TUESDAY MORNING. June 7th. comrnea. cing at 10 o'clock, we shall sell the Furniture ?? tire of thesecond and third floor and attic as above, consisting of? Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Rocking and other Chairs, Centre itnd Chamber Tables and Cove-s. Man'.le Clocks and Ornaments, Mattr?s.sea. Feather Pillows, Bolsters, Sheets. Blankets. Comforts, Pillow Cases,Spread*, Carpet. Oilcloth, Washstands, Toilet Wsre. Stores, Ac. Terms caFb. je.2-dts J. C. McGUIRE & Co.. Aucte. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers, SMALL BRICK DWELLING IIOUSK AND LOT ON THIRTEENTH STREET WEST HI TWEEN L STRIBT AND MASSACHUSETTS A\ ENUE, On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. J an1 8th at6li o'c.o^k. on the premises, we shall sell subdivision D of Lot No. '#). Square No. 217, fronting & leet on Thirteenth street, between L street and Massachu setts avenue, running back 224 feet 4>? inches t? sn alley, improved by a snug TWO STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSB. with neat tlower garden ia iront. The location is eicelient. and the prop erty very desirable as a residence for a small fam ily Teres: One-third cash; the remainder in six and twelve months with interest, secured by a deed of trust. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. je?;-3t J. C. MoGUlRB A CO.. AuCt*. B Y J. O. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. VALUABLE VACANT LOTS ON NBW YORK AYKNUE. BET WEEN 6TB ANDTTHSTRBETS WEST. AND 6TII STREET WEST, BB1 WEEN LASDM 61REET8 NORTH. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. June 13th, at 6 o'clock, on the premises, we will se;l, the east era part of Lot No. 7, in Square No. 450, fronting Sifeet on the nor..h side of New York avenue, betweaa Sixth an1 Seventh streets west, and running baefc 116 feet, to be divided into two Lota of 17 feet front each IMMEDIATELY AFTER. Part of Lot No. 21. and the whole of Lot No. 21. in Square No. 449. divided into five Lots, fl oating eaf h 16 feet 7 inches on the w^st side of Sixth street west, between L and M streets north, and running back 1 lti feet to a 25 foot alley. Terms: One-third cash, the remainder ia atx. and twelve months, with interest, secured by a deod of trust on the premises. Conveyances and btamp- at the cost of th* par chaser. je.a'd J.C. McGUIRB A00., Aueta. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. EXCELLENT FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS AT AUCTION. On THURSD AY MORNING, June 9, at 10 o'clock, at No. 441 B'eventh street, between G and H sts., we shall seil.tte Furniture and Efleets of a gen tleman declining honsekeeping comprising? Superior Rosewood Case Piano Forte, b? Roaea krantz. t Excellent Mahosany Hair Spring Seat Sofa, An* and Parlor Chairs, Marble ton, Centre, and othpr Table*, Oak and WalEut Damask-covered Easy Chairs, Whatnot, Etagere. with Desk, Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Window Shades, Rigs, and Mats, Extensive Dinine Table, Sideboard, Cane Seat Chairs Lounge, China, Glass, and Crockery w are Bronzed Iron Hat-Rack. Oil-Cloth, Stair Carpets, Rods and Eyes, Bolld Oak. Martile-top Cottage Sul**, Bedsteads, Bureaus, Washstancs, Mattresses, Bolsters, aud Pillows, Clocks, Vases Toilet Setts. Gook'r.g, Radiator, and other Stoves. Together with many other article* essintiai t# housekeeping. jee6TCaSb' J. C. MCGUIRE A CO., Auet*. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO , Auctioneers. PEREMPTORY SALE OF VACANT LOTS BH? LONGING TO ST VINCENT'S ORPHAN ASY LUM. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, June 14. at 6 o'elk. on th" premises,commencing with the first named, we shall sell, twenty-one desirable vacant Lots, la Square No. ?11, fronting respectively on Four teenth street, west side, at the corner of Rhode Is land avenue and on Rhode Island avenue, betweea Fourteenth an t Fifteenth streets. These Lots art finely located in a healthy and fast Improving part of the city, with the advantages of gas, Potomac water, and a city pa>s>nger railroad / xmmediatriv a>tbr. Lota 13 and 14. in Si^are No. 197. fronting togeth er l'o feet 9 inches on Sixteenth street, between L anft M.and runnihg back to a 31-foot alley, and Lots and 3>'% fronting together 1^6 feet 9 inches on Fifteenth street, betweenLand Mstreet*north, ana running back to a ?. ,, ? ? . The latter will be sub divided into *mall BalM ,EThHw'Lots all beloneto St, Vincent's Orphan Asylum, the titles to which are directly from th* GoverEEient. Terms ' One-third in cash: the remainder in aU( and twelve months, with interest, seouredoy ade?4 of trust on the premises Conveyances and stamps at .he oo*t of the parcha 8^r k. g^To prevent-irresponsible bidding, a payment of J920 on ea^h lot will be required at timaofsale.. \e.G d J. C. McGUIRE ft CO.. AucU. Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. B UNRESER> ED SALE OF VALUABLE > ACANT PKOPERTY IN SQUARE 447, FRONTINGO* SEVENTH STRKRT WBST AND NORTH H AN DO 8TR?BT8. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Juce Mth,at Co clock. on tbepremises, we shallsell for axnant of tt Vincent's Orphan Asylum, the following ?valuable vacant Lofs in Square No. 417, viz : Lctrly fronting St' feet on 7th *treet weet, be tween N and O streets north, and runaiLg back lit feet to a 15 feet alley Lots B, 15 and If., fronting each *1 feet on aorth 0 street, between 6th and 7tb street* west,and mqr-ing backws feet to a 80 feet alley. . _ Lots, froating61 fegt onnortn N street, between 6th and 7th street* we*t, running back Mfl feet ta a 3" feet alley. The above will be divided into good *ized Build if e Lots. 9 f Titles all directly from the Government. Terms One-third cash: the remainder In ? anl 12 months, with int?re*t. ^ecuredby a deed of trtu; on the premise*. . . ... Conveyances and stafflP1'vhecoit of tha pur Uir'To prevent Jrreaponsible bidding a pay ncent of JSO ojx each *ot Will be required at ike J- c. McGUIRB A 00.. Aueta. I)Y GBBBN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneer*. SaLWOF A BTTILDING~LOT ON VIRGIiaA AVB } NUE. BBTWBBN THIRD AND POUR-AND A-. HALF STREETS ON THI ISLAND, AT AUC TION tant, at ( o'claek p. e premise*, Lot S0? ' e remainder in ?U Tutbs : One-half in cash, the remainder in id twelve month*, secured byadeod of trait an lae prenuaes 1 , ? All co^reyanrtn? and rev*i?a* stamp* at th* oo*t of the d :rcba*er. jeA S GRBBN A WILLI AMU, Auct*

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