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Ford'p Thbatbk -Shakapeare'a "Comedy
?r txTon" is a till upoa the hoards hire, there
iwnrnn to re lo abateaaaot in its popularity.
J. S. Clarke's ?? Dromio of Kphesus" tarichly
amuainr, acd be u> well suaUuned by Becks,
Heme, Fswcett, and others. Miss Alice Gray
a* 'Adnana," i* superb. The peute comedy,
?' Tbe !? at Boy," wu 1 commence the entertain
Groybr's Thbat**. ? Carl Formes, the
>rorld-wide renowned fo*sao, distinguished
alike lor bis rich vcrtce and fine execution,
?will take a benefit and make bis last appear
ance at Grover*s to-night. The opera an.
xovEOfd i? "Martha,"' ajad Formes will ens.
tai?t?e character of "Pluukett," which was
originally written for him by Von Flotow.
The beneficiary will be sustained by the entire
Cantkbiu-rv ?The laughable pantomime
*> The Village I'edauogtie,'' is one of the prom,
ii.ent features here this week, and it ia per
termed tn such a manner as to create mnch
amusement. MMIe Marietta makes her last
appearance but two ?n the tight rope, and the
rest of the company appear in a fine bill.
Fairs and FbstivaLS.?The teatival by
the laoieaof the 7th Street Presbyterian Church
held at Island Hall, Has new features of inter,
eat every night, and draws fresh crowds. Last
night there was an immense attendance, the
18land ladies present looked prettier, If possi
ble, than ever before, and they had everything
aboia* ihem to correspond with their own good
looks, in the shape of beautiful flowers, taste
lul room decorations, and richly and elegantly
spread tables.. This delightful fair-room ia
worth a visit from any part of the city. The
contest for the Grant and McClelian prize con
tinue to be animated, and creates much in
At the Union Leagne Rooms, the Ladles of
Methodist Protestant Church are having a de
lightful strawberry festival, for the benefit of
The ladies of Dr. Sunderland's Church are
also having a delightful festival at their
At the church comer of 20th and R streets,
the ladies of East Washington Mission are
doing what they can by a festival to aid their
The ladies of the Lutheran Church, corr.er of
11th and H streets, invite their friends to visit
the delightlul festival they have in progress.
Thi District in Congress.?In the House
yesterday, the Senate bill amendatory of the
act ot May 21, 1S62, relative to the collection of
water taxes in Georgetown, was passed. Also,
a bill authorizing the opening of Gth street, in
Washington, to Maine avenue. Also, a bill
authorizing the bailiffs ot the Orphans'Court
of the District of Columbia to serve processes
.issued bv the court. Also, a bill providing for
the public Instruction of youths in Washing
tort. [This bill authorizes the Levy Court to
asses* and collect a school ta$, and increase
the first by requiring the payment into it of all
lines, penalties and forfeitures for violations
ct laws of the United States, and also provides
for separate schools for colored youths.] Also,
a bill amendatory of the act incorporating the
Washington and Georgetown Railway Com
(The bill, as it passed the House, provides
Tor tbe running of the cars on Sundays on time
trips. Hereafter the company shall, during
all sessions ol Congress, run one car each way
?>ery two minutes between the hours of ten
?'clock in the morning and six o'clock in the
afternoon on their main line of railway from
?the eastern front of the Capitol and from Sev
enteenth street, passing between said points at
a rate of speed not exceeding seven and not
less than five miles per hour. The said rail
Toad company shall keep in pood repair and in
jrlean condition the flagstones or crosswalks
leadingto, upon, and over their tracks at the
crossings of the several streets which intersect
their railroad, removing therefrom snow and
ace, as well as mud, dirt, or other annoyance;
and shall further, whenever necessary to ren
der anch crossings dry and convenient, raise
cs elevate the same sufficiently for that pur*
j>Ofe, and shall adjust the adjoining pavement
s* as to make it convenient for carriages to
pass said crossings.
.Section 4 provides, in ertenso, for reports to
show the status of the company in its business
ar.d in respect to its finances.
Sec'ion 5 prescribes that the route of said
railroad from the east front of the Capitol
square to Pennsylvania avenue east shall be in
lieu of the route prescribed in the act of incor.
poration, aa follows, viz: Commencing at the
"we6t lront of the Capitol square, and running
thence in a northeaaterly direction across the
Sublic space to tbe intersection of B street with
ew Jersey avenue, at which point one branch
ot the road shall go down New Jersey avenue
to the syntti ijk of O street, where it shall
terminate, whilwVfta main road shall pass along
It street to Capitol street north; thence along
that street to A street north; thence along A
street north to 1st street east; thence along tat
street east to Pennsylvania avenue east, there
intersecting with tbe road as it now runs. And
tbe track now runaing through the eastern
park of tbe Capitol and along A street south
fchall be taken up and discontinued by the first
day of May, eighteen hundred and sixty-five;
and when such change is being made in said
Toute, and after the same shall be completed,
the cars required by this act to be run between
jrth afreet and the east front of the Capitol,
fball run front 17th street to the aforesaid
intersection of Delaware avenue and A street
Section 6 provides that it shall be tbe duty of
said company, within twenty days from and
after the passage of this act, to have prepared
tickets for passage on their cars, and to keep
them at their office for sale by the package of
twenty-flve, or over, at the rate of twenty-five
for the dollar, each of which tickets shall en*
title the holder to one passage in any car ot the
company for any distance upon their main
line or upon the branches, or between the ter
mini of either.
Section 7 provides bb a penalty lor not mak
ing returns. ?100 a day, Ac
JCRIKS FOR TUB CRIMINAL COrBT.?On
Monday, Messrs. Douglas, Register of Wash
ington: Laird, Recorder of Georgetown, and
C'ailaii, Clerk of the I>e vy Court, assembled at
the Clerk's Office (City Hall) to draw the juries
?Jor the next term of the Criminal Court, com
mencing on Monday, 20th inst., but in conse
quence of the election going on at that time,
they adjourned to yesterday, when the follow
ing were drawn:
Grand Jury.?William McClane, 3d ward; H.
<J. Wilson. 1st ward: A. J. Riley, county: An
drew Jackson Beall, Georgetown; Philip J.
Hue key, county; B. T. SwArdt, county; John
Conner, 4th ward; C. C. Martin, 7th ward: J.
H ItavU, Georgetown: Henry Barron, 2d ward;
William Warder, 7th ward; Ira Croson, 7th
?ward: John Wllaon, 1st ward; Lewis Thomas,
7th ward, George W. Ballinger, Georgetown;
.Michael R. Coombs, 2d ward: Taylor Hunt,
3d ward, O. E. Hazard, 2d wa^d; Wm. Llnkina,
1st ward; Wm. C. Harper, 5th ward; Jas. Fen
"wick, (of Philip) county, Z. M. P. King, lat
?V^ard; Samuel C. Busey, county.
r<ti' Jury?Pierce Shoemaker, county; John
X. Clokey, 2d ward; Richard Roberta. 3d ward;
J". M. Jarboe, 1st ward; Hugh G. Divine,
Cleorgetown; James H. Reed, 2d ward; W. G.
Yoet, lid ward; E. H.jJKing, 2d ward; B. H. i
Imvall. 5th ward; Grafton Powell, 2d ward;
Richard Barnhonae, Jesse B. Wilson, 7th ward; i
"Walter Evans, Isaac Beera. jr., 5th ward;
James Larcum. Thomas Griffin, 4th ward; H.
U. McElfresh 3d ward: George HOaddis, 6th
?ward, Jacob Frey, Georgetown. James T.
Jtoiseeau, 6tb ward; Arthur O'Leary, 4th ward;
W T Dixon, Georgetown; John Lighter, 6th
^yard; Eben G. Brown, Georgetown; Philip
Hauptman, 1st ward; George W. Burgess, 7th
Sh,,x col. Morris, whose body was brought '
to Georgetown laat Monday by Rev. F. T.
Brow n, D. D-, was killed by a rebel aharp
?bor *er on the morning of Friday, while recon
noi- nn* the enemy'a position. The ball struck
toir in the neck and passed through into the
cp'l osite shoulder, abivering the bones. He
Hsrnlin, of the 4th N. Y artillery.former
iv stationed at Fort Ethan Allea, was brought
to this city Tuesday afternoon painfully
?wounded by a rebel sharpshooter, on the 4tn
inn W hen shot ne was in a stooping posture,
tbe ball entering his mouth, passed down Into
the arm, abattering the shoulder. The ball
was extracted near the elbow He will prob
ably recover. _
Salks ov Rbal Ebtatb ? Jas. C. McGulre
A Co made the following sales of real estate
Thr?M?.?tory brick house and lot on F street,
Xear t<m, to R. M Sutton for ST,300.
Two-story and ba?ement brick hon?e and lot
cr 13th street, between G and H atreete, to P.
Jl Hooe for f'.NiO. A similar houae adjoining
Above to Geo. Parker for ?7,400.
?"wo-atory brick back building and lot on
Ustreet, between Land Maaaathusetta aye
iiue, to John A Milburn for *3,550.
TBB PBB0IKBKT AID THB MaTOR ? Last
evening Mayor Wallach called in a very quiet
and unostentatious manner upon President
Lincoln, to pay bia respects and congratulate
him upon bia re-nomination, which is conald.
??red to he equivalent to an election. The inter,
-view, although brief, waa of a very pleaaant
a?<l friendly character.?CKronicU, June
RBsrtT or a Riot?Laat Bight, Conrad
Remler, a young man of about 20 yeara of age,
died, it is said, from injuries received in a fight
at Ix*flier's Garden, a wesk ago. Remler was
*he sob of a widow lady In very bnmble cir
cumstances, and this morning her frienda are
makitg up a sum of money aufflcient to enable
her to meet tbe expenses of the funeral.
A Bkavk Fisbiko Omv.-Yeeterday, two
pasties, wife some tea or twelve men, who
h*d been KiUlBg tor shad in the Lower Potomac,
were anchored la the vicinity of Oocoqaaa
Bay. Toe crew went aafeore to dry their seta,
leaving '<fiM man to take care of the boats.
While MMved with their net* four guerrillas
came npoa them, and took the entire party.
The gnerTittA* went to work to search and rob
them. The search resulted in finding about
$2 50 in m#aey,not even a pocket knife; and
the oaly valaabie articles were the clothes,
boots and shoes of the party. Disappointed,
the thieves determined to search the pun
gies, and leaving two as a guard on shore,
the othflp two took one of the crew to
push them oat to the boats. They took Mat
thew D'Atty, who had 6ome months ago de
serted from the rebel army, in addition to the
clanger ol being recognited and hung, D'Atty
was urged to resist by the fact that be had
some money in one of the pungies. D'Atty had
a pole to push out with, and worked well till
near the boat, when he called to the reb. for
ward to keep the boat from striking the pnngy
too hard. The reb. turned to do so. and D'Atty
immediately knocked him senseless with the
poie. The othei reb. jumped at D'Atty, when
the man left in charge oi the boat shot Wm
dead. D'Atty then called to his triends ashore
that he had disposed of his two, and they must
take care o< the others. Therebs. heard it, and
cocking their guns said to their prisoners, "We
are going to leave; if either of you follow we
shall eboot you." They then left. The fisher
men were all beys from the Long Bridge neigh
borhood. Capt. H. Neitz, Dennis Ferrel and
Mathew D'Atty were among the fishermen.
One of the guerrillas was supposed to be Kln
Fourth Ward Count ilman.?Jos. Follans
bee was one of the members elected to the
Board pf Common Council from the Fourth
ward on Monday, instead of Mr. E. Edmon
ston, erroneously reported elected.
Eea quarters Proroil Mar thai and Board of )
Enrollment of District of Columbia, >
Washington^ D. C., May 26, 1S&4. )
The Board of Enrollment of the District of
Columbia will be in session at the office of the
Provost Marshal District of Columbia, corner
of Fourteenth street and New York avenue,
daily (Sundays excepted) from 11 o'clock a. m.
to 2 o clock p. m., for the purpose of hearing
cases of exemption from draft for the following
Manifest permanent physical disability; and
Two yVars' service during the present war,
either in the 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
the interest of each person enrolled to place
upon the "Enrollment List" all persons liable
to do military duty, so that his own chance for
draft shall not be unjustly increased.
J. C. Putnam,
Captain 1st regiment V. R. Corps,
and acting Provost Marshal of the
may 26-tf District of Columbia.
Goi.D-ri.ATnn Jkwklht.?Beautiful Gold plated
Jewelry and Silver-plated Teaspoon* for one dollar
at the One Dollar Jewelry Store, 43S Pa. avenue,
NOTlCH.? To Retailors of Mineral Water. fe.?On
and after Monday, June 6. 13-J4. my drivers- are in
structed to urive fourteen (14> bottles Mineral
Water. Porter, Ale, 4c.. in half-pint bottles, for
fifty (50) cents.
All bottles lost will be charged tor at ten (10 >cents
each. Rilbt A. Shins,
Union Bottlins Depot,
57 Green St., Georgetown, D. C.
je 6 7t (Chronicle.)
NBBV0C8 DSBILITT, SBMIIiAL Wbakbtbbs. etc..
Can Be Cured by one who has really oured himself
and hundreds of others, and will tell you nothing
but the truth, address, witn stamp,
Howard H. Traveb.
mar t D* W.ly Look Box. Boston. Mass.
In this city, on Tuesday, the 7th Inst., by the
Rev. P. D. Gurley. D. D.. FREDERICK WM.
BRANDEN BURG, of Washington, to GERTRUDK
E. 8EIBKL, of Baltimore county. Md. *
On Tuead ty evening, 7th instant, at St. Paul's
Church. Baltimore, by Rev. W. E Wyatt. CHAS.
W MYGATT. of Washington. D C . to Miss ES
THER ALINE RODRIULE, daughter of the late
Dr. A. Rodrigue, formerly of Philadelphia. *
On the Rth inst.. of typhoid fever, MARY ELLEN
MOBGAN, aged 17 years and 2 months, eldest
daughter of William and Margaret Morgan.
The friends and acquaintances of the family are
invited to attend the funeral on Friday. 10th inst.,
at 4 o'clock p. m.. from the residence of the pa
rents, Eleventh street east, near the Navy Y?d
On the Sth instant, CHARLES EDWARD, son of
Truman A and Mary Virginia Cook, of this city,
aged 5 months and 14 days. May he rest m peace *
On the 6th inntant, near Beltsville. Prince
George's county. Maryland. W GRAYSON PAR
KER. in the ilth year of his age.
t Baltimore Sun copy.1
PINE, READY-MADE CLOTHING,
BAR & BRO.'S ESTABLISHMENT,
CORNER X AND SEVENTH STREETS.
Persons desiring good and easy fitting garments,
without leaving their measures, can get fitted in
our establishment in garments made of
THE YER"! BEST MATERIAL, AND THE
We have now a very large stock of
8PRIXG and BUMMER SUITS,
FINE BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS.
AND BLACK DOESKIN PANTS,
And a general assortment of
VESTS, of varied styles.
A FINE STOCK OF BOYS' CLOTHING,
and an immense stock of
GENTB' FURNISHING GOODS.
?EBusiness closed on Saturday until evening.
fcj I'MMKK FASHIONS!
H ELEGANT DESIGNS !
Ladies of Washington, don't omit to read this.
Jubt received, at Madame WURTENBERG SDress
and Cloak Making Establishment, from M'me De
morest's Emporium of Fashion, the latest styles
and fashions of Patterns for Summer, in great va
riety for all kinds of ladies'and children's wear.
Cloaks and Dresses made. Also, Cutting and Fit
tint: done at the shortest notice, at
' M'ME WURTENBERG'S
Dress and Cloak Making Establishment.
No. 460 Pa. av., net. 4>? andSdsts.
ay Show Rooms up stair.-. )e 7-eo3t*
VETERINARY SURGEON. ? "
R. JOHN B. McKEY, Member of the Royal
College. Edinburg, Scotland. All diseases^
of the Horse treated in most scientific man
ner. Charge moderate. Office at Ohapin'
& Matlock's, G street, near 7th street, Washing
ton. D. C. je 6 Ut*
COPARTNERSHIP Heretofore existing under
the name of the Excelsior City Express Company is
tlii* day dissolved by mutual consent. All out
standing bills to be paid by W. M. BarrY. .
W. M. BARRY,
June 1st. 1364 GEO. W. KNOX.
The business will continue to be oonducted by
GEO. W. KNOX, office at the old stand, corner 4>j
street and Pa. av. je6 4t*
pAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES, Ac.
Just received a beautiful assortment of Wall
Papers of every description. Also, a very large
and beautiful slock of Window Shades. Shade Fix
tures and Trimmings Picture Cords, Tassels, Ac..
Ac to which I respectfully call the attention of
purchasers. I buy and sell my goods exclusively
for cash, and defy competition. (JLARK
Je 6-6t* No. 240 Pa. av.. bet. 12th and 13th.
JJNITSD "ATM H0TH.i81jND ,
JOHN WEST. AARON MILLER,
Beg leave to call the attention of their friends
and the public to the above magnificentR ? A
Establishment, which will be open for WCTBiW
the reception of visitors on the 15th ofJJifH^
Benides a ipiciouf Dining Hall and Parlors, it
contains an unusual number of large and well
ventilated Bed Rooms, all handsomely furnished
with new furniture throughout.
The Proprietors of this Establishment will spare
no care or expense t? meet the wants of their
guest*, thereby hoping to 6hare liberally in the
Application for rooms made to the subscribers,
by letter to Cape Island, will receive a prompt
re&6w WEST k, MILLER.
NOTICE TO RETAILERS OF MINERAL
WATER?Oa and after Baturday, June 4th,
my drivers have beea instructed to give Fourteen
<14* Bottles of Mineral Water, Porter. Ale, tit., for
Fifty ISO) Cents. All bottles lost will he charged
Kalorama Bottling Depot,
je7-2t* street west. Washington. P.O.
THE PUBLIC ABE HEREBY INFORMED
that the UKIQM HOTEL, jfreorge . A
town, P. 0., has recently chanaedlhands,fMl
> and it nbv open to the traveling commu MjU
nity The hotel has been refurnished with ex
treme care and taste. Persons*ho are obliged to
remain in the elty darinr the summer months will
Bnd the rooms large, airy aad^emforUble. The
Union Hotel is only 30 minutes' ride in the cart
from the Baltimore and Ohio Kaiircad Depot.
Br>?r4 f? j? $ Inj*
Dr. UgJUhiiri Fourth Tiiit to WuMnjtn.
and dlsoa?s of the
BAR, THROAT, AND AIR PASSAGES.
from 34 St Mark t?lace, N*W York,
Author of ?A Popular Treaties on Deafness,
*? Letter* on Catarrh,"
T, Is now in
and can be consulted at thi
for onb wbbx until
Saturday evening, Jane llta,
and all the various diseases of the
EAR, THROAT, AND AIR PAfi&AGtES
Testiasnials. "?>< i
The following iaanother evidence of the Doc
298 Psirweivi/rAirrA Avswri, t
Washington, D. O., June 6, l?64 >
Dr. Hohthtll?Deah Sir : It gives me
great pleasure to testify to the efficiency of your
treatment for the cure of catarrh, with which
disease I had for a long time been seriously
troubled, betore applying to you. Now I am
entirely relieved of it, and feel none of those
distressing symptoms always accompanying
this disease. Respectfully yours,
Alvin Walker, Paymaster, V. S. A.'
Wabhibotow, D. U., March 5, 1961.
Del Ligh thill?Dear Sir. I take this oppor
tunity to publicly express my gratitude for the
wonderful cure of deafness you have in so
short a time effected in my case.
I was deaf for about six years, and for the
last lew years so much so that I could not
hear preaching or ctmmon conversation; but
now since your invaluable services have been
rendered, I can hear as well as ever.
In conclusion, let me say that the noises
with which I have been troubled in my head
for years, have also disappeared.
Very truly yours,
Jambs R. McCatbbab,
10th street, between E and F. ?
Washington, D. C., March 4. I*g4.
This is to certify that having been Deafsioce
the year 1&53, and since that time gradually
losing my hearing, until I was unable to hear
common conversation or public speaking, I
applied to Dr. Lighthill, of New York, who,
after a short and painless course of treatment,
entirely restored my hearing I heartily re
commend Dr. Liighthill to the Deaf.
Residence near Fort Saratoga.
i |. * -
Washington, D. O., March 2,1S61.
This is to certify that having been affected
for twenty years with Deafness, and having
tried some of the most eminent doctors of qur
city without any relief, I at last heard of Dr,
Liighthill, and put myself under his care. His
treatment was brief and successful. I am now
completely restored, and the cure is apparently
permanent. I have all confidence in Dr. Light,
hill's 6kill, and would advise all afflicted with
Deafness to go and consult him at once.
Residence near P and 11th streets.
PIC NIGS, ic.
FMRST GRAND MOONLIGHT PIC-NIC
YOUNG BACHELOR'S ASSOCIATION
Will be held at the Washington Park oni
MONDAY, June 13,1864. Tickets 50 cents,!
admitting a gentleman and ladies je 9-3t*
Vy _ Corner of 12th street and Ohio avtnur,
FREE CONCERT EVERY NIGHT.
Monday and Saturday's Concert commence at 3
o'clock, with a full Brass Band, The coolest Lager
in the city always on hand. je 8-Im*
Third grand afternoon and night
PIO-NIC of the
Will be given at the Washington City Garden, on
New York avenue, bet. let and 2d ats., on WED
NESDAY EVENING, JuneS,
Tickets 5" cents, admitting a gentleman and la
dies, Doors open at 2 o'slock; dancing to com
mence at 3 o'clock. je 8-2t*
First grand afternoon and evening
WASHINGTON PARK, SEVENTH STRE
WEDNESDAY. June 15th, 1864.
Tickets Fifty Cents, admitting a gentleman and
Commute* of Arrangements.
R. B Reed, M. W. Leese,
W. H. Osbourn, C. W. Brown,
T.E.Clark, G.W. Giadman.
TABLE BOARDERS; also, Board and well fur
nished ROOMS for gentlemen. Terms reason
able. Apply 47 5 corner ef 13th street and Pennsyl
vania avenue. je9-3t*
TABLE BOARD can be had at No. 45^ Second
street, Capitol Hill, four doors south from
Pennsylvania avenue. je 8-3t*
Three purnishrd rooms with board
for rent. Also, several Table Bonders can be
accommodated at No. Ittil G street, between 2Jth
and 21 st sts. Only gentlemen need apply. Je8 3t*
Board, with handsomely fornishr:6
ROOMS, for two or three gentlemen, or fami
lies,?one single room. House commodious and
airy, with spacious grounds. Terms moderate.
Apply southwest corner 21st and H street, near
Penn. ave. je 7-3t*
A PARTY OF GENTLEMEN, or gentlemen and
their wives, without children or servants, who
can furnish their own rooms, can get BOARD in
the country, an hour's distance from Washington.
Th? rooms are large and airy; the location beau
tiful; plenty of fruit and vegetables, and fine sta
ble for horses, and pasture. A line addressed to
MRS. WILSON, (by responsible parties,) Bladens
burg. Prince George's Co., Md., will meet with
immediate attention. Je 7-3t*
?TTmH PIANOS! PIANOS! PIANOS I ""ItI
The largest assortment of the best makers in
our country always on hand. Greatest variety to
select from Easiest terms. Largest amount al
lowed for Old Pianos in part payment for New.
Great bargains in good Second-hand Pianos.
Hsavy stock of BRASS INSTRUMINp
. DRUMS, FIFE8, BANJOS. AOCORDRONS, VIO
Best Italian and German STRINGS for Guitars
KTery article in the MUSIC BUSINESS.
Any Musical Instrument carefullr repaired.
NEW MUSIC daily.
Music, Strings, and all small artisles can be sent
by mail free of charge. JNO. f. ELLIS.
306 Pa. av., bet. 9th andKrth sts.,
Je 3-6t on the north side.
ROPOBAL8 WILL BE RECIIVRD BY THE
undersigned at the Mayor's Office until 1]
o'clock M. Monday, the 13th instant, for grading
and paving a gutter eighteen feet wide in the cen
ter of 9th street east, from D street south to the
Bidders will state the price per square yard for
?"?' ?" "Sj&Bu?wE?ifife Mayor
W. A. KLBTCHKB* ?
Commissioner Bixtn Ward
WM. P. BROWN,
J A MIS M. D ALTON,
je 4-eotd Assistant Commissioners.
11/X HAVI JUBT RICEIVID FROM EUROPE
tY a large lot of the finest Italian Viol ia HL
String* that have ever been brought to thia||H
country. Also, one very fine old Biainer Vie JH*
lin. and several others of a superior quality. The
Strings are all manufactured to our order, in pres
ence of one of onr firm, of the best material dnrinc
the winter season, and are warranted to he true
and of great strength. Wholesale and retail at
the Music 8tore of ? W ft. METZKROTT,
my 31 Corner of 11th street and Pa. avenue.
0 0 F I N G PELTI ?
Gorxib 10th Sr. Was* abd hi Cabal,
Washington, D. C,.
leing the ?nlj agent in this city for Roofing felt
and Roofing Cement from aa old established fir a,
can afford to seU the above articles at the very
lowest priees. ......
looters and those engaged In the business are
requested to call and see for themsehres, having a
large stock of the abeve aacaed articles always ee
lard. siK 2a
1*7 ANTED-One largeand one Km all TENT, with
T? (uti. Address FINK, Star Office. It*
MTA1ITID-A HEADTaPNDREBS and a DISH
W WASHER Apply at 23o F street, jefl-3t?
WANTED-A 00LORED BOY to Ukr?jrf ?
v v Mir of horsee M?d carriage. M HABR180N S
Gift Store, Pa. av., near 3d rtwt. '*
117ANTED IMMEDIATELY?A GIRL C'>mn?
r v tent to do g?neral cooking. Apply at 3N2 I
street, between 12th and 13th. ie 9-*t
A GOOD COOK (COLORED PREFERRED*
wanted immediately, at 392 I street, between
12th and 13th. *
\E7 ANTED?An experienced COOK and two
** GIRLS to do chamber work, to whom the
bef>t of wages will be siren. Inquire at T A YLOKS.
corner C and 3d streets. )* "
WANTED?At the Clarendon Hotel, one expj
rienced BUNDLE WASHER, oae CHAM
BERMAID and three colored WAITERS. Apply
at the office^ je9-2f
117 ANTED?A good white SERVANT, tor a small
?? family. Good wag?s. Must be well recom
mended Inquire at 864 New Jersey avenue. Cap
itol Hill. K
WANTED?A SITUATION as child's nurse or
chambermaid. No objection to cook, wa-h
and iron, in a small family. Inquire at 450 Bet
York avenue, for two days. je 9-2t
YET ANTED?Two PRESS BO IS capable of feed
V* ??i.< chft?iof O0rt.='j).b p-?.e.
je 9 3t E street, between 11 th and 12th.
S~ UBSTITUTE WANT ED.?Wanted an eligible
SUBSTITUTE for the District, not liable to
draft Apply to JOHN VARDEN. at Smithsonian
Institution, between 8 and 4 o'clock, in evening,
at 397 Tenth street, nearH. je9-3t
RESPECTABLE AND EXPERIENCED
WOMAN wishes to travel with a lady, either
as nur*e or personal attendant. Can take a baby
from its birta. Highest city references. Address
M. J. D., Star Office. Je 9-It*
WANTED?A WOMAN tojeook, wash and iron
and do general housework in a small family.
Also, a GIRL, from 12 to 15 years of age. to nurse
and do chamberwork. Apply immediately at No.
56^ H street, near 5th Street. je 9-3t
GOOD COOK WANTED.?Apply at No, 509
H street, one door from 7th. Je 8-3t*
\VANTED-By a young girl, a SITUATION as
*v chambermaid or nurse. Apply at corner 21st
and H. je 8-2t*
W ANTED?At the Gosling House, No. 247 Pa
avenue, between 12th and 13th sts.. a GIRL
to make herself useful in the kitchen and to assist
in washing and ironing. je 8-2t
ANTED?By a young lady, a SITUATION as
writer in an office, for five or six hours in the
day, or would do copying at home. Address 'E.."
.">19 ljth street. Also, by a young lady, a situation
to attend a fancy store. Address as above, jert 2t*
ANTED?Two ROOMS, with BOARD, for two
gentlemen and their wives. A private family
preferred; and not over twenty minutes^ walk from
the Treasury. Address "C. JStar Office, statin;;
terms, location, Ac. jeJMt
A~N~tTTD?8EC0ND HAND FURNITURE.
Also, MTRK0R8. CARPETS. BEDS. BED
DING, and HOUSEFC BNtSHING GOODS of ev ery
description. R. Bl CHLY.42S 7th street.
jeS-tf between Gand H.east side.
"%*/ANTED?One good WHEELWRIGHT. Ap
v V ply at the corner of 3d street east and Mary
land avenue. Capitol'HiU. None but a good work
rnan need apply. ' 3t
WANTED?A young MAN, well recommended,
to act as clerk in an ice cream and confection
ery etore. An experienced hand preferred. Ap
ply to E? W COBUBN. 360 D st. je7-3t?
\NTKD?At 2*6 north P street, between l.th
and 13th streets, an experienced colored
COOK. None but those who thoroughly under
ptand their business and can brinp good referen ces
need apply. . js7-3t*
\17ANTED? A HOUSEKEEPER, an American
v* or Englishwoman; one who can give good
references. One who can make dessert preferred.
Call at No. 391 C street, between 3d and 4H.
PERMANENT BOARD WANTED.?A gentle
man. wife and sister desire two connecting
Rooms, with comfortable Board, in a pleasant lo
cation, where there are no children and bui few
boarders Address, stating location and lowest
terms.'C. M. M.,,? office of the Star. je7-3t
cTTTwTaTaIjTbs wanted to call at
DU.UUU PRINCE'8 Stamping Depot, 3*1 F
street, opposite Patent Office, and get their Stamp
ing, 8titching, Pinking and Embroidery done. As
there are other Richards in the field, ladles better
look on) that ther come to Prince's, who is the
only practical hand in the eity. Be eure you go to
F street. opposite Patent Office. mh4
LOST AND FOUND.
LO^T?On the7th instant, a brindle and white
BULL TERRIER BITCH, red morocco collar,
small sized, for which a handsome reward will be
paid by leaving her at Adams ?xpre*t> Co. s Sta
bits, B street, near 2d. je 9-3t*
STRAYED OR STOLEN, from the subscriber, on
Friday.the 27th alt., a small sorrel MARE, four
yeara old; short tail. *5 reward will be given if
returned <o PHILIP HAHN, corner 4th street east
and L street south. ' le 9-6t
LOST?On Saturday evening, the 4th inst., in the
Northern Liberty Market, a POCK IDT-BOOK,
containing orer twenty dollars and a skem of black
?ilk The finder will be suitably rewarded bv
leaving it ?t Mr. KENNEDY'S Store, corner 9th
anOE street*. Je 9-2t?
fit C REWARD,?Strayed away from the commons
?5>0 near 7th and K streets east, on Wednesday
morning,8th inst.,a small, light red COW. ready to
calve within a day or two. The above reward will
be paid for her return to FREDERICK RIDER,
near 7th and K streets east. je 9-3t*
f 08T?On the 7th instant, between 14th and l!>th
1^ streets, a GOLD ?HAWL PIN. The finder, by
returning it to No. 363, corner Uth and U streets,
will be liberally rewarded. je 8 3t*
REWARD.?Strayed or stolen,a small, round
bodied black HORSE, fore feet cramped.
rhe above reward will be given if returned to
JOHN HOLLY, T. B., Prince George county,
Maryland. je 8-3t*
OST?Yesterday afternoon, a small SILVER
SPl'R. I am willing to pay the double \alue
of it, on its delivery in the Quartermaster's Office,
No. 23# G street, between Lth and lrtth streets,
je 8-2t* JOHN ROSA.
dtTp~REWARD?Strayed from the subscriber, on
the 6th, light red COW. with horns; white
face; very large Teats, and milk. ^
je &-4tw Prospect street.No. 64. Georgetow n .
TOLEN FROM THE ISLAND ON SUNDAY
night, 5th inst.,a gray MARE, tw? Ire and a
half hands high, long tail. Whoever givq* any
information of her recovery, or by leaving her at
MICHAEL CRETAN'S, cornsr of 4S street and
Va. av., will receive >10 reward. jert-2t?
LIGHT RED COW, WITH A WHITE FAOK,
two high horns, came to the enclosure, May
28th, 1864. The owner is requested to come forward,
prove property, pay advertisement, and take her
away. Inquire at Ingleside, one half mile north
8 3t*r BfcrraCk*' ERNEST BURGDORF.
AME TO MY STABLE, on the 2d of June, a
black HORSE. The owner will come forward,
nrove property, pay charges, and take him away,
at No 302F st.. between 11th and 12th ste. Je7 3t*
AKEN UP ESTRAY?On the 25th of May. a red
and white spotted COW. The owner is re
quested to come forward, prove property, pay
charges, and take her away. WM. k ALLEN.
je7-3t* Washington Gas Works, foot of <1 st.
LOST? Yesterday, in the street cars, or near the
corner of the Center Market, a dark Morocco
PURSE, containing and some 75 oi 80 cents.
The finder will please leave it at the Star Office,
and receive a reward. 7-3t
?Ifl RE WARD.-Strayed from my place; on^he
1U 7th street ros^d. two MULES, about eight
years old; one.dark brown H0R8E; mule ehod be
near Second Tollgate.
nriAKEN UP ESTRAY?On the 1st of June, a bay
J. MARE, with saddle and bridle. The owner is
requested to come forward, prove property, pay
charges, and take her^wa^. w LACKN1R
jef(3t* B st. south, bet. 6th A 6th, east.
?S~aME TO THE PREMISES OF THE SUBSCRI
ber, on Thursday, the 2d of June, a black and
white COW, medium size, about six years old.
The owner will please come forward, prore pro
oerty, N)' charges, and take her away. ?
le7-3t* PETRCi: SHOEMAKER, Rock Creek.
AKEN UP ESTRAY?A speckled black and
white Buffalo COW, and star in the forehead,
with a calf bj her side four or fire days old. The
owner is requested to come forward, prove pro
perty, par charges1, and take her away. JhRE
Ml Ali LYNGH, N street north, bet. 4th and 5th
gtreets west. No. 629. le <-3t
STRAYED AWAY from 391 E street, a Slut
TERRIER, black, with tan spots over each eye
and tan on lower part of the legs and breast; long
?ears, and a Brass collar on. Any one returning the
same to the abore number will receive a liberal
reward, as it is valued as belonging to a deceased
relative. Answers to the name of Pink. je7 3t*
OST?Between Louisianaarenueand 12th street,
i Penn arenue, a black POCKET-BOOK, con
taining $.'.3; also, a Sutler's Pass: between the
hours of 4 and fi p.m., the 6th mst. The finder
will be satisfactorily rewarded by learing the
eame at 297 D street, between 12th and 13th.
je7 St* & . : ?
/1AMS TO MY PREMISES, en Sunday, June 5,
Vy 1864. alight bay MULE, large siie,fmare;> has
the appearance of being old; considerably marked
by the harness. The ewner will please come for
ward, prore property, pay charges and take her
awar. Second Tollgate.7th street turnpike, D. C.
jei-St* JOHN H. McCHESNEY.
CTRAYED OR STOLEN-From the premises ef
O Dr. W. MILLER, Clifton, Georgetown Height*,
late 0<4. Ellette place, a fine large red COW, with
white face and belly, and short horns?one of thm
curls over the eye. She is heary with calf. A re
ward of $A will be giren for her return to the sufc
sen ber, or such information as will lead to her
recovery. ] je 7-3t*
finA REWARD.?Was stolen from the sUble
5J> 1 UU#f the subscriber, living near Marriotts
vine, in Howard county, Md , one BRIGHT BAT
HORSE, about 8 years old, well formed, and ia
coed condition: has a scar some two laches long
betweea the right hip and the root of the tail: head
and neck pretty large; tail long aad slim; mane
not heavy: his moath cut by the ??e of ?<*Tere bit
Wr chain; has the nark of the Confederate States
cm his left shoulder-blade, thus'"O. C. 8
Alee, ene BRIGHT BA* HOBSE. not quite so
a - ? 4L - * ?_ _ l & 4* arAAWfl Alfl <MSll ?*
wo?f? wart, nau oeenc?*w?v, wbh
U swell if left standing loaf la the stable-mark
on the left6houider-blade, taas "U. 0.3.;" heary
?A*r?wrard^f' E26 far each of the horses will be
girev, and tM ?r the detection and eon victton of
Chethwf TWOS. McOORMIOK
n, riUe, B?int4 0?? Md.
FOB RfiNT AND SALE.
|7?FRNI8HBDOB CNFTJB1II8HED ROOMS FOB
F BKNT?Suitable for one or two gentlemen.
AmJy at No. 334 Htw. avenue, between 12th And
lJtnstrata. Je9 3t*
E^OBSALB?A first-rat* OONfJOTIONKRY an 1
" 8FGAR STORE. at the terminus of the rail -
road. Navy Yard. Th# owner being compelled to
leave the city. Apply Saturday, between f and 10.
a Je 19-3t*
nrHBEK FIR8T CLASS FURNISHED ROOMS,
A communicating. on first floor, for bentletaen.
Also, one small room on third tk>or. Good board
near by. Reference* given &nd required. f9 I'a.
avenue, between 2lst and ?2d sts. je 9 3t*
^0 HACK MEN AND~OT HERETO RENf.-A
M. brick STABLE on7th street, above N, suitable
for a hack man. Stalls for four norses, and room
(or Jwo carriage*.large loft, ft-c Apply to H. C.
WILSON. 161 22d street, below Pa.avenue, or ad
dress Brx 534 P. O. je 9-3t*
l/OR BKXT?To gentlemen, two neatly furnished
F CHAMBERS, in & very pleasant an 1 haalthy
location, near the State Department and Lafayette
Park, 47 0 New York avenue, and forty var-ls east
of the horse cars running from the Capitol to
Georgetown. Re-fit low. Je 9-tf
L1 OR SALE-100 ACRES OF LAND at B*117
A ville,. loo acres at Contee's, 50 acres at L-<urel,
.TO acres at Parage, ISO at Annapolis Junction,
1-?> acres at Jes>op's Cut. 110 at Hanover Switch,
45 acres near Elkridge Landing, 60 acres "Si mile
from Baltimore. All on the Washington Branch
Railroad. Por terms and description, apoly to M.
KANNON, 32 St. Paul's st? Baltimore, Md.
I70B SALE-A BARBER SHOP. Inquire at the
F Star Office. Je8!t*
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED DOUBLE AND
SINGLE ROOM8 for rent, 493 17th street,
between H and I. Je 8-3t*
FOR RENT?A small, unfurnished HOUSE, con
tainii.g seven rooms, suitable for housekeep
mg; within fire minutes' walk of the Navy Depart
F)R RENT?A few cool and pleasant ROOMS, in
a convenient and central looatiun. Only a few
steps from the street cars. No. 499 Tenth street,
between Pa. avenue and C street. )e3?*
IJ'OR SALE?Two or more BUILDING LOTS.
Mustbesold. Terms reasonable, forfurther
particulars inquire at No. 437 Seventh atreet.
pCRNISITED HOUSE FOR RENT.?For rent, a
a Furnished House, until September 1st, at a
very moderate rent, situated on Pennsylvania av?
between 21st and 22d sts.. No. 85. Gas and water
in the house. je 8-3t*
F~M)R SALE-A new two-story BRICK HOUSE,
Containing 6 rooms, with food sized lot, and
excellent water near the premises, situated within
5 minntes' walk of the President's House. For
further information apply-to ANTHONY BUCll
LY, Undertaker, No. 301 Pa. avenue. je 8 5t*
OOR SALE-Atwo-story HOUSE. with 8TABL1
r attached; now occupied as a wholesale and re
taillprodnce store, in one of the best neighborhoods
in the city, now doing a good business. Inquire
on the premises. No. 36S B Ntreet, one door from
A RARE CHANCE-FOR SALE -The HOUSE,
LEASE, FURNITURE and FIXTURES of an
Eating House, the best stand in the city,_ will be
sold cheap for cash, as the proprietor is about
changing his business. Apply immediately at 559
Maryland avenue, between 9th and 10th ots.. Island,
TO BEET?An elegant HOUSE, with brown
stone front, partially furnished, with all mod
ern improvementa. centrally and pleasantly lo
cated, No. 444 E street, near the residence of Sec
: retary Chase, together with large brick stable.
The premises not to be rented for a boarding
l house. For particulars inquire of Hon D. E.
SOMES on the premises, or Capt. GEORGE ELY,
No. 27 -Us street. Possessioh given immediately.
J ieg-tf ^
ITOR RENT?Two nicely furnished ROOMS, suit
1/ able for one or two gentlemen, ean be had at
No. 463 D street, between 2d and 3d. Apply im
I mediately. Terms moderate. je 7-3t*
FOR RENT?Three very desirable ROOMS,
handsomely furnished and centrally located.
Inquire at No.537>fcH street, between 6th and
7th sts. K7 3t*
The best chambbr in a private house,
roomy, cool and cleanly. No. 419 H street,
between 11th and 12th, is offered for rent to one or
two gentlemen. je 7 3t*
l/OR SALE?A BARBER'S SHOP, with or with
.T cut fixtures. Apply at Ni. 374 7th street,
Psland. between B street and Maryland avenue.
Je 7 3t*
g^OR RENT ON AVBNUB?One large FRONT
a ROOM, second floor, nicely furnished, with 3
large windows, suitable for a doctor, dentist or
any light business. Apply J. JiARNET A CO.,
262 Pa. avenue, up stairs. Je7-3t*
FOR RENT-A small FURNISHED HOUSE, con
taining seven rooms, with gas and water, on D,
between 1st and 2d streets. No. 494. Possession
given immediately. Best of city references re
quired^ . je7-3t*
1r*OR 8ALE?A large and well-built three-story
1 BRICK HOUSE, with bask buildina, No. 1TI
2d street west, between B and C sts. immediate
possession given. Apply to CHARLES H. LANK,
424 Pa. avenue. je 7-ootf
FOR SALE. A SACRIFICE-STOCK and POS
SESSION of a Grocery and Liquor Store in
Georgetown. Rent $16 per month. U00 worth of
stock for $4tio cash. Apply immediately to MITCH
ELL A SON. Real Estate Brokers, 8. B. corner Pa.
avenue and ISth street. je7-6t*
URNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT.?For rent, a
FURNISHED HOUSB.oontaining eight rooms.
Location desirable for a place of business or a pri
vate family. Possession given immediately. Ap
ply at No. 256 4th street, between I and K. Fur
nished Rooms can be obtained by applying at the
same place. Je7 3t"
nnn will buy th? building 340
^jAnUUll E street, built upon a lease having
four years vet to run, together with about $5 >0
worth of tools, and stock, used in the business now
carried on. A responsible party stands ready to
give $720 per year rent The present owner will not
rent, as he is about leaving the city. Apply on
?remises, 340 E street. je 7-lw"
*70R RENT?A large STORE; good location for
F confectionery or ice cream saloon. Inquire at
the store. ^10 I street west. je6-lm
FURNISH ED HOUSE FOB RENT, or house for
rent and furniture for sale. The house is No.
8 4\. street It is one of the very best and most
commodious in the city, and is furnished through
out in northern style. For particulars inquire on
the premises. Je6 1w*
>R~8ALE?J> UlLDlNGfl LOTS FROlIf>90
APIECE VP.?Thirteen desirable LOT8 in
Square No. 3'i7. Vermont avenue, between R and 8
streets; and eight desirable Lots in square north
of Square No. .434, on Vermont avenue, between 8
and T streets, will be sold low and on easy terms.
Apply to L. F. CLARK, No. 248 Pennsylvania
gv? bet. 12th and 13th sts. je 6-lw*
PHOTOGRAPH AND AMBROTYPE GALLERY
For rent, one 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. This is a rare
chonce for a good energetic operator with some
capital. Apply on the premises to
P. J. BBLLBW & CO.,
510 7th street. 3 doors south of
Odd Fellows' Hall.
Terms cash, first month in advance. Je 6-tf
A GROCERY AND LIQUOR STORE FOR SALE
and HOUSE for rent, at No. 286 7th street,
between L and M. _
je 4-6t* WM, 80HULZE.
FOR SALE?The three-story and basement Brick
HOUSE, No. 371, corner of Thirteenth and I
streets, containing nine rooms. Potomac water in
basement and gas throughout. Possession given
and furniture sold if desired. je 4-lw'
WILL BE SOLD A BARGAIN-TILE KBW
JERSEY RESTAURANT, on F street, be
tween 21st and 22d. The house contains live rooms,
with stock and fixtures; all for $600, Inquire at
195 I atreet. Je 4-6t*
FiR RENT-4 RARE CHANCE.- A new
FRAME HOUSE containing 7 rooms, situated
in the First Warff, now one of the beat locations in
that Ward for a restaurant and tavern. Inquire
at No. 457 13th street, between X and F streets, at
1 o'clock. Je4 Iw*
WOULD BB BENTED FOR A PBRIOD OF
three months, to a careful tenant, without
small children, a neatly FURNISH ED and desirable
HOUSE, in the vicinity of the Patent OfBce. cen
trally and pleasantly located. None other but a
firivate family wishing to occupy same, and not sub
et. or having boarders, need apply. Possession
given in two weeks from date. Premises No. 404
Eighth street west,between G and H. Je4-tf
f AND FOR BALE OR BXCHANGE, m Mara
Li thon, Jackson. Door abd Junan counties. Wis
consin. on reasonable terms. Apply S. W. corner
Slst and H sta. (my 3 6t*l D. C. KNIGHT.
17?0R RENT?FURNI8HED ROOMS,,at No. 531
H street, between 6th and 7th. AJju>,*BOOM
on first floor, suitable for an office, with sleeping
apartment adjoining. ? je 3 lw*
EV)R SALE-A PORTABLE HOUSE, built for a
JT Photograph Gallery; 24 feet long and 12 feet
wide, with a large sky-light. Suitable alse for a
sutler. Apply to JOHN 8. DUTBOW, No 15
King street, Ale?a.i**Tia, Va. je 3-lw
TO LET?A handsomely furnished HOUSE, in
the First Ward. The whole, or in suites. Pos
session given the 1st of July. Inquire at Star Of
fice, or address Mr. EVBB. Georgetown Post Of
fice. Also, four large PARLORS, for Government
office^ my 28-1 m*
00M8 FOB RENT.?Comfortable aad well
furnished Rooms at 450 12th attest* between
G and H sts. The location ia on* of the.most de
sirable in the city. ?PT??-tf
FOB SALB.?19,000 cash will purchase tha
?took, fixtures and furniture (with aix years
leaseat a nominal rent t of a FIRST-CLASS HOTEL,
in Washington, D. C.. containing forty rooms. This
establishment is conducted on the European plan,
and is thoroughly stocked and furnished with every
modern convenience. Location the best in Washing
Real Estate Broken.
8. X. corner Fenn. ave. and ldth at.,
my 231m Washington, D. C
f7<0R KALE - A beautifully located BRICK
F HOUSE, 18x32, eight rooms and paaaage; lot
to an alley. Immediate possession?only
d.000 feet of Gronnd, fronting on Pa. arenae.
'MITCHBLi: JtSON, Real Estate Brokers,
axP-lm.* 8. E. cor. Pa. av and Mth s
F)B BALE?With immediate poaaesaion, a
PROPERTY fronting 66 feet on Batreer. by
140 deep. Improvements, a large double-wing
cot*age, 10 rooms; three email buildings in the
rear; good feneUx*, garden, ftnUt trees, Ae.; for
of Jap* next. For Wf*7
?? ? DISPATCHER.)
Fer ttk?r Aactiea |?l?i m? flret r*f*<
THIS ArTlRW?<IW AWPTO-WORMW
RT J. C. McGUIRE & CO., Aaetioneera.
ANCKRY SALE OF~TWO FRAME HOT8IS
AND LOTS ?'N FIFTH 8 rRBET WEbT, BE
TWEEN N AND O8TBEBT8 NORTH,
^fwnint to ? d-cree of (hi 8a?r?m? Court iftki
District of Columbia sitting in Equity made pad
Ktered in the cause. No. 213, wberaln MnUtt
rntj, J?nn ud Tksutu Goodin, George, Rob
ert and Martha 0*>n ar? complai nants. ?n<f M%ry
JhTbff. executrix of tfcela?t will and testament of
EHaabeth Goodin. deceased, defendant. I shall
Eeed to sell, on the premises, on the 9th day of
? next. ftt 6 o'clooh in the afwrnoon. *11 ttaft ??
, right, titje. interaat. olvm and'demand
Sbich the 8fti<i E irabeth hela ot bad at the time of
er death, of. in, and to part of Lot alxte*u, ( M.)
Lot *ev?nteen,<17.> and part of Lot eighteen. (18.)
in square (WO. in tn? plan of th? city of Washing
ton. togetn?r with the improvement* thereon,eoa
sixtiig of two frame bouses is good conditio.
Th>- property is situated on Fifth street weat, be
W ee u N and O streets north.
Terms cash. All conveyances to beWrepared go
der the direction of the solictter in the 'Ause, at
the expense of the purchaser Revenue stamps to
be also paid for by the purchaser
If the terma of sale are not complied with withia
five days thereafter, the executrix reserves the
right to re-aell the property, at the risk and eoet
ofthe defaulting purchaser, on one week'a notioa
in the National intelligeueer.
M ART JARBOE.
Raemtrix of Elizabeth Goodin, deoe
T. M Bi ov!?t. Solicitor.
HiT^d J 0 McGUIRE A CO., Aucta
V OKIKN A WILLIAMS. Aaetioneera.
i A LB OF A BFILDING LOT ON VIRGINIA ATE
NUB, BETWEEN THIRD AND FOUR AND A
HALF 8TRBBTS ON THB ISLAND. AT AUC
On THURSDAY, the 9th inatant, at 6 o'clock p.
m . We shall sell. in front of the promisee, Lot M,
in subdivision of Square 536.
T?rms : One-half in cash, the remainder in eix
and tweWe month*, eecured by a deed oftrmat oa
Ail conveyancing and reveaue atamps at the coat
of the purchaaer.
je.4 < GREEN A WILLI AMI, Aacta.
|^Y J. C. McGCIRB A CO., Auctlonoera.
NEAT TWO STORY FRAME H0U8E AND LOT
ON SOUTH H ST NEAR 6TH bT. WEST,
On THURS1 AT AFTERNOON. June 9,at6o;eife.
on the premises. we shall aell. part of Lot No 9. ia
SquareNo. 497 fronting 16 feet on south H street,
between 4,l? and 6th street weat. and near6th sheet,
and running back 79 feet j ineheg to a 25 foot alley,
improved by a neat two story Frame Dwelling
House with kitchen back.
Conveyances at theeost of the purchaser.
Jp.6-d J C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aaets
WM. L. WALL A CO., Auctionaera.
SHINGLES AND LUMBER AT PUBLIC AUC
To be sold without reserve, on FRIDAY MORN
ING, June l"th. at 11 o'clock, at Easby'a Lumber
Y ard near Middletou A Co.'a Dock, foot of Twen
ty-sixth street and D. Washington, B. C., No. 1
Shingles, pine and cadar, 370,000; No 2 Shlnaiee,
110.0*0. Also, 30,000 feet of Tina Cullluga. xhia
property is to be s"ld without reserve,to clf>aa a
cargo; and will be pat up in lota to suit purchaser*.
For further particulars, inquire of
W. L. WALL.* CO.. Attota.
Or JOHN FAFRBLL. Commission Merchant,
Commercial Building, Loii-iana ftvenne, between
Ninth and Tenth atreeta, Waahlngtou, D. C.
je 8 3t
T J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
PEREMPTORY CHANCERY SALE OF TW1NTY
SKVKN VALUABLE LOTS IN SQUARE NO.
1*2, ON THE HIGH bROCND BETWEEN M
BTRKET AND RHODE ISLAND AVENCX, AND
lbTH AND 17TH 8TRBET8
By aathority of a decree of the Buprema Court of
thie District passed in acauae wherein Rifru St Co.
are complainanta, and tha wid jw and heirs of tha
late Thomas Smith are defendant*, I shall sell to
the highest bidder, on the premises, on the Kftk
day of June next ats o'clock in the afternoon, the
residue of the Lots in Square No. 182, fronting on
Seventeenth atid M streets and Rhode Island ave
nue, (except that beautiful portion, constituting
the southwest corner of 100 feet sauare. owned by
G. W. Rigga. Esq.) The portion of the squara in
tended to be sola, and which must be so.d.ha* been
divided into lots of about 20 feet front each, frith
suitable alleys. &c., and is a part of the higk
ground between Sixteenth and Seventeenth atteeta
and M street and Rhode Island avenue,
A plat can be seen at tha Auction Booms of J. 0.
McGuire A Co.
Tha terrr,s aa prescribed by tha decree are : One
fonrth ofthe purchase money in cash, and the res
idue in six, twelve and eighteen months, to be a?
cured by the purobaser'a bonds, with snrety. and a
lien on the premises, bearing interest from tha day
Alf conveyancing, bonds, Ac., and atampt at tfca
If the terms of sale are not complied with withia
five daya from the day of a?le, tbe lot or lota will
be re-eold at said Auction Rooms at tha purchr
aers' cost and risk, after one week's notice ia tha
W. REDIN, Trustee,
my.26-3tawAds J. C. MoGUIBB A CO. Aueta.
gY GRXXN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneera.
IMPROVED RIAL*E8TATB 8ALB.
In pursuance of a d eoree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, rendered in special term,
on the 16th day of May, 1864, in acauae tn chancery.
No. 48, in which Samuel Y. Stillings, Elixabeth B.
Angrl, and John T. Angel are complainanta, mod
Sar?h V. Hamilton, Laura A. Stillings. George S.
Johnson, Ellen M. Bmith, Laura F. Smith, Joseph
H. Smith, Ann E. Smith, Mary Smith, and Imma
Smith are defendants, we, the undersigned Com
missioners, nan el and appointed ia said decree,
will fell, upon the premises, hereinafter described,
by Public Auction, to the highest bidder, at 6 o'clk,
p. m., on the Third day of June, 1864, the following
property, to wit; Pari of 8quare numbered 9*6, ia
Washington City, beginning for the same a' a point
on the aouth line of said Square, on L street south,
at the distance of 76 feet from the southeast corner
ofsaid Square, and running thence west 36 feet,
north 75 feet, east 35 feet, south 75 feet to tha be
ginning, containing a two-story attic and base
ment Brick House; and also, part of Lot No. 3 ia
the same Square, beginning for the aaid part oa
south L street, 101 feet from the eoutheast corner
of said Square, and running thence north 76 feet,
thence west 20 feet, thence south 7S feet, to aouth L
street, thence east with aaid atreet 20 feet to tha
beginning, containing a one- story- and-a- half and
basement Frame House, upon tha following terma,
to wit: One-third cash, or within ten days after
sale, one-third at six months, and the other third
at twelve months from tha day of sale, with inter
est from day of sale, the purchaser to give notea
for the deferred payments, secured by * deed ot
trust upon the property, and tha purchaaer to pay
for stamps and all conveyancing; and in case of
non-compliance with the terms of sale, the prop*
erty to be re- sold at the risk of the purr haaer
JOHN H. PEAKE,
B. M. OOMB8,
JAMBS H. JONES.
my.24-eoAds GRBEN A WILLIAMS. Aucta.
?"THB ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UNTIL
FRIDAY, the lirtii instant, same hour and place.
By order of the Commissioners.
Je4-d GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucta.
jj Y WM. L. WALL A CO., Aucti >neera.
EXECUTOR'S 8ALEop VALUABLE IMPROVHD
PROPERTY ON FOUR ANB A-HALF8TREKT.
BETWEEN MI880UBI AND PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUES. AT AUCTION.
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON loth instant, at 5
o'clock, we will sell in front of the premiaes tha
southern part of Lot II. Square A, front5ng 28 feet
on Faur-and-a-half street, and running bacx 72 feat
mora or less, on a 28 faet alley, and improved br
two two-story Brick Dwellings fronting o?
Four-and-a-half street, and a Bnck Stable on tha
Terms: One-third in cash; tha balance in 6,
12 and 18 month;, with interest, aeeured by a
deed of trust on tha premises.
All conveyancing and stamps at the expense aC
PETER O'DONOGHUE, Executor*
Je 2. W. L. WALL A CO., Aucta.
|^Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers.
TWO TWO-STORY BRICK HOUSES AND LOTS
On MONDAY, the 6th day of June, at 6 o'clock,
p.m., in front of the premises, we shall sell, part
of Lot No. 3. in Square No. 14, about 28 feet front,
running back 90 feat deep, more or less, on Twea
ty sixth atreet. between M aed Pennsylvania ave
nue. A good Brick with all the modern improve
Terms: One-half easfa, balance in six, and twelva
months, for notea bearing interest. Deed gives
and a dead of trust taken.
oM^rcEr11* *** r#TeDUe BUm?- at the cort
Je I Q GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucta.
abQYE SALE 18 P08TP0NED ON AG
count or the ram until FRIDAY, the 10th instant,
same hour and place. 1
je.7-d GREEN A WILLIAMS, Ancta.
p Y W . L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers
??F" 8haa1Sn?,'^? V.ffJSFi,!??.
OF 8TABLES, BLACKSMITH SHOP k rr?
ri AUK iw OF THO*Arf
MOBNING. June 31. commea
Vwu S?^l? "ball sell, his large and vain
able atock. embracing?
THIRTY HEAD OF HORSES,
Pairs. Match Hortei. fine Driving and
7 Close Carriage*.
H Top Buggies,
< No-top Buggiea.
4 Ladiea Baddies.
13 Setts Single HarneM,
5 Setts Light Double Harness,
6 Setts Seek Harness,
The leaee, good will, Ac., of gaa of tha best Sta
bles ia the ?ty and having a Ieaae of over twe
yeara to run.
Blacksmith Shop and Tools aad Shop to rent.
With other articles usually found ia a Livery sta
The above stoefc embraces ?oe ef the largest
stock* offend at Auction, and weeapeeiallv call the
atteattaa of purohaaar* to thla sale aa the whole
?took will be p?reaap4?rily aold without reeerve.
Jsid W. L. WALL A CO., A acta.
HE MEMO H ANT* AJND BANK SB'S-AUIA
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