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AMUSEMENTS TO NIGHT.
Canterbury.?The last opportunity of
witnessing the play of the "Bashwhackers
?f the Potomac,'' isat hand, and the crowds
who have witnessed it can testify ho*" well it
was produced. The rest of the company will
also appear in a bill replete with fun, and as Is
usual on Saturday night, the house will no
donbt be crowded.
Santord's Troupe of minstrels, combined
with that of Pick Parker, continue to give de
lightful entertainments a: Grover's theater.
'?The Exempts." the black letter Torsion of
?'Borneo and Juliet," "The Rival Lovers.'?
and numerous other acta are announced for
Aw Outrageous Cask op Rioamy ?Yes.
terday nfteruoon a man named M'jhiel Owen",
alias John West, was taken before Justice
Clayton to answer a charge of bigamy pre
ferred against him by a rattier intelligent and
pretty looking Irish woman now residing in
Portland,Maine. The statement of the woman
was to the effect that f) wens and she were uni
ted In marriage in 1S57 in Ireland, that shortly
after ?the marriage they emigrated to N>w
York, where a short time afterwards Owens
deserted her, and she subsequently gave birth
to a child of which he was the father. The
child has since died, bnt Owens never did a
thing lor it or towards its support. For nearly
five years the wile has not heard of B*?" &ns
band, he having enlisted in the V. S. army in
this city under the name of John West. After
his time expired he still remained here.
A warrant was placed in the hands of de
tectives Clarvoe and McDevitt, and on Thurs
day they arrested Owens In Alexandria, where
he was living with his wife Nc. 2?Annie
McNamara?to whom he was married in i^j.
Owens was brought to this city and committed
to jail for a bearing yesterday afternoon, when
both his Wires appeared. The hearing was,
however, further postponed^ but from conver
sation between the parties in the justice's of
fice we learned the foregoing and following
fails: . ?
It appears that Owens became acquainted
with Anna McNamara, and, representing him
self as a single man, he induced her to marry
him. The issue of this marriage was one
child, which was born last Monday, and which
the mother had with her. Mrs. Owens No. 2
is a fine-looking, intelligent girl, evidently
baring some degree of education, and she ap
peared to be almost heart-broken at her situa
tion. She stated that the was not aware her
husband was a married man until the day of
his arrest. This was corroborated by Owens
himself, who acknowledged that he had de
ceived her and done her a great wrong; and he
did not deny that he had been married twice,
but excused himsell by saying he believed his
first wife dead, as he had not heard from her
in the last Ave years. The second wife, while
she upbraided Owens with his perfidy, did not
seem to desire his punishment, but advised
him to go with his first and only wite, and do
justly by Ikt, and she hoped God would for
give him as freely as she did. Sne said she did
not claim him at all, although until within u
day or two ago she supposed he was her law
ful husband, and she trusted her friends would
have charity enough to see that she had com
mitted no wilful crime in living with Owens.
There was present at the J ustices office yester
day also a man named Gilmartiii who was up
braided for the part he had taken in the mat
ter. It appears he was aware of the fact that
Owens was a married man and yet he stood by
and saw htm wedded to Annie McNamara,
and represented that Owens was a single man;
thus becoming a party to the outrage. When
accused of this, Gilmartin did not, deny the
fact, bnt excused the act by arguing that both
be and Owens being soldiers in the U. S. ser
vice, it virtually divorced them from their
wives as no one but the United States could
have any claim upon them. He said he be
lieved this and therefore he allowed the second
mamape to go on as he believed Owens was a
Owens was recommitted for a further hear
Apkairp in Georgetown.?The town is
remarkably dull; very little, comparatively,
doing even in the immediate vicinity of the
Trade by the canal is completely suspended,
no boats arriving or departing. Although
there is no serious damage done to the embank
ments, culverts, Ac., there are obstructions in
the canal which, it is supposed, will require
some days to remove, and regular business
along the entire route will not be resumed until
the 1st of August. A number of boat# lad-n
with coal were burned by the rebels, and the
ruins and sunken coal must be removed. The
country trade by the roads is very light; but
this will be resumed In the coming week. At
least there is a hope of resumption. The sus
pension of active business is lelt by all George
town merchants, but falls most heavily upon
the coal companies, whose reliance for sup
plies is upon the Chesapeake and Ohio canal.
Part of Georgetown.?Cleared?Schr's Fanny
Fern, Norwich; Ann Lowe, Russei,St Mary's;
J. S. Lee, Bunnell, New York; Sarah Mills,
Tnttle, Bridgeport; Commerce, Havre de Grace;
B. Yaneman, Vancman, Fall River; T. Pat
terson, Glover, Havre deGrace: Ann Virginia,
L<ewls, Havre de Grace; Gen'l Taylor, Moore,
Havre de Grace; Flora, Bush, St. Mary's; R.
Borden. Borden, Providence, Rosa, Schwepler
Maryland Point; W. Tibbets, Devering, Bos
ton. Sloops American Banner, Ellis. St.
Mary's; H Day, Jones, do. Barge J. H. D.
Smoot, Anderson, Marlows Bay.
Center Market To-day.?Beef, best cuts
per pound, 35c.; next, *25a30c. Salt Beef, 15c,
I>ried Beef,-25c. Veal, 25c. Mutton, best
chops, 35c. Lamb, per quarter, $-.!a$?50.
Pork, fresh, 25c. Pork, corned, 25c.
Bacon, hams, uncut, 2*-a.*M)c.; sliced, 4<?c.
breasts, 25c.; shoulders, 23c.; joles, 15c. Lard;
25c. Butter 50c. Chickens, per pair, Sl.50a82.
Ducks, per pair, 81.25c. Eggs, per dozen,
45a5tc. Tomatoes, per peck, 81.25. Cymbiins,
per dozen, 30c. Cucumbers, 30c. Apples,
per peck, SI; dried, 81; Green,00c. Potatoes,
Irish, per peck. 5tc; do. new, SI. Green
peas, (O. Spinare,40. String B?ans, per peck,
50c. Green Corn, per dozen, 35c. Peaches,
dried, per quart, 30c. Cherries, I5a20c.; dried,
25t3flc. Currants, I2al5c. Raspberries, 30c.
Blackberries, l?c. Gooseberries, 10. Beans,
butter, 25c.; white, 12c. Beets, 5at?c. Rad
dishes. 10c. Onions, per peck, SI.50. Cab
bage, per head,2*>a25c. Lettuce, per head, 5a
10c. Fish?Ro? k, large, each, 82.50a?3; small
per bunch, 50a6"c.; halibut, per pound, 20c.;
sea bass, 15c.; blue fish, 15c.; lobster, 12c.; stur
geon, 15c.; pike, per bunch, 50c.aSl; perch, 50c.;
Bye, per bushel, S2.00. Cornmeal, 82.00
Shipstuff, 60c.aSl. Brown Stuff, 6tic. Shorts,
50c. Corn, shelled, 82 on.; in the ear, per bar
rel, 8<?a8lo. Oats, per bushel, SlaSI.25. Hay,
per cwt.. 82 00. Straw, 81.50*82. Clover
Hay, 81 50aSl.T5 _
Trustees op PrBLIC Schoolb.?A special
meeting ot the Trustee* of Public Schools was
held yesterday at the City Hall, Mayor Wal
lach in the chair.
The bill of Sandy Diggs, for whitewashing,
848, aud of Robert Adams, for lime, 820, were
ordered to be paid.
Mr. Miller, irom the committee on text books,
made a report adding Gray's Lessons and
Manual of Botany and Davies' University
Arithmetic to the list of text books. The com
mute*- also recommend that Bullion's Analyt.
cal and Practical Grammar be stricken from
the list, and that Kerl's System be used exclu
sively The report was adopted.
Dr. Walsh stated that the committee on ex
amination of teachers would report at the next
meeting; and, oa motion of Mr. Miller, the
election was postponed until that time.
On motion of Mr. Wight, the committee on
accounts was directed to prepare the annnal
estimates for the schools and transmit thesame
to the Councils by Monday eveniug next
Mr. Tustln presented the application of Miss
Anna Haliday for a teachers-hip. Referred.
The board tnen adjonrned until Friday, July
A Sw amvoodle Fioht.?Last night, between
10 and 11 o'clock, as Jehn Wright was going to
his home in Swampoodle, he was attacked anil
beau-ri bv three persons, who he recognised as
Daniel O'Bnen. James McCann and Michael
Hill. Mr. Wright appeared this morning be
fore Justice Ginerson, to have a warra&t is
sued tor the arrest of the parties, and his face
and body were e\idenc-e ol the fact that he had
been very severelv bandied by somebody.
1. O- O. F. Pu .N ic.?Oriental Lodge, No. 19,
I. O O. I., announces a grand pic-nir at Beck
??rt"B Garden, Navy Yard, on Monday after
noon. July IHh. This will be a fine opportu
nity tor enjoyment, and the best of order will
be ma.ntamed throughout ihe entire day. The
fact that tbe Odd lellows are getting "up this
pic nic is ample assurance that it will be a de
Focrth Ward Station Casks ?John F.
Hazel! last riding; John Johnson. vagrancy
Michael Thompson aud J. H. Bradley, jr.'
lifbtiop; huger* McOfclUk drniik and disor
derli; Margaret McNeal do.; Isaac Joell and
Stephen Larkin, drunk John Chapman, drunk
and disorderly; dismissed. Jeseph Thomas,
grand larceny; do. Ann Elizabeth Curtis, do.;
Fxcu psion to Girhost. ? The eteam?r
PI <er.ix. Captain Stack pole, will take another
excursion party down to Glymont to-morrow;
tlms oS- ring another opportunity for a sail
down the JV oa.ac and a day ol rural enjoy
ment at ibis p -pular re*?rt.
A C^aOM vt't leave the end of th<? Horse
Bailroic, ?ii it h street, at 8 and 2 o'clock, July
17, pass n2 over tt^e Seventh street r*ad to
Jilaii a toi.use, et' i piog at all the places of In
terest cooi ected wiifc th<? relxJ occapuion.
Fare 31 out and *t. Tickets to be haJ at 'he
paper stand in the Pu>*. Otlic# *
J h wt L > T -J n w K L RT-JII w M.BT-Beantt(ml Go' it.
plated Jewelry and Silver plated Tea for
only ? ne dollar, at the Dollar 8tore, 439 Pa. are.,
near 4H street. *
BozotHXiT, the most popular Dentrifiee ia exist
ence, used and piaised hy everybody. 8eld by
Druggist* everywhere. ij 15 3t
Dl8BASEoor THB N SS? OPS. SSMIH AL, URI5ABT
iKD8ixciLST?T?Ms-n?w ?ad reliable treatment
?in Report* of the Howard Association?Sent by
mail in sealed letter envelopes, fr?? of chargu.
Address D J. Skill"1 Houghton, Howard Aaso
ciation, No." 3 South Ninth street. Philadelphia,
P?. je 30 3m
Ion Crbam (
I The undersigned begs leave te inform the public
that he has always on hand a fresh supply of the
which he is prepared to supply to stores, sutler*,
hotels, pic men. parties, excursions, and families,
at the shortost notice and the moat reasonable
terms. Jo? ScHArriBLD's
Steam IceCream Manafartory, No. 306 6th st .bet
tt and H. Wholesale and retarf. Je 23-lm*
and similar troubles, if suffered to progress re
sult in serious Pulmonarv, Bronchial and Asth
matic affections, oftentimes incnrahle
Brown's Bronchial Trocrbs
are compounded so as to reach directly the seat of
the disease, and give almost instant relief
Je 21 Im.r
A Nbw Pfrpumb fOB THB Hahdkbrohibf.
Phalon's "Night Blooming Oereas."
Phalon'j "Night Blooming Oereus."
PKaIon's "Night Blooming Oereas."
Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereas."
Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereas."
Pkalon's ''Night Blooming Oereas,"
Phalon's "Night Blooming Oereas."
..A4.??5t exquisite, delicate and fragrant perfume
distilled from the rare and beautiful flower from
which it takes its name.
Manufactured only by PBALOV ft Bos, N. Y.
K1WAXI op coubtbbpbits.
, Ask roB Pbalow's?Taxb mo Othkb.
Je 16-3oi Sold by druggists generally.
Hair Dtb I Hajb Dtb II
Batehelor's celebrated Heir Dye it tht but fe the
"orl<1- The only harmlut, trm and reliable Dye
know- Thin splendid Hair Dye is perfect?changes
BedRusty or Grey Hair instantly to a Gloss*
Blaek or JVotwral Brown, without injuring the hair
,kin' the hair aofl and
beautiful; imparts (Tosh vitality frequently ro
storing its pristina oolor, and rectifies the ill effects
of Bad Dyes. The Genuine is signed William a
Batchblob, all others are mora imitations, and
should be avoided. Sold by all druggists, Ae. Fae
ry-Sl Barclay stTest, New York. Batehelor's
Toilet Cream for dressing ths hair. Jy 7-eol
Bfbbxatobbhoca OAS bbCurbd.?Dr Band's Spe
cific cures Spermatorrhea, Seminal Wealnuss, Im
poteney, Loss of Power, ett., speedily and effectually.
Its effects are truly magical. A trial of the Specific
will convince the moat skeptical of its merits.
Price #1 a box. Sold by b. 0. Ford, corner nth
street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry
Oook, Alexandria. JaB-ly
Dm. Dcpobt's Sugar-coated resale Regulating
Pills are the very best in use. They operate speedily
and effectively* and being svrar-eoaied create no
nausea upon the most delicate stomach A trial o.
these Pills will prove their superiority over all
fiii?1*" ^ a box. Sold by sTo. Ford, corner
llth street and Pa. avenue,Washington, and Henry
. Wabbahtbd TO Cobb ib Six DatsT?Dr. Godfrey's
Antidote, an English Specific of sixty-five years'
standing, will cure Gonorrhoea in six days. No
change of diet required. Price 31 per bottle. Bold
bv S.O.Ford, corner llth street and Pa. avenue.
Washington, and Henry Oook. Alexandria. JaS-ly
Do Tor cslor yonr whiskers and moustache? I
so, use the "Japanese Hair Stain." No hair dve
in the world equal to it. Only one preparation
It colors a natural black or brown. Only 50 cents
ft OOX, fl Q ffnon
Je 2-eo3m 290 Pa. avenue, Soie Agent.
TebohbapbstABD bbstHaib Dtb imtbb Wobld
?Never Fades or Washes Out.?Upham's Hair Dve
SP n n?? !a x' ? best in use. Try it. Sold by
corileilltb Jre?tand Penn. avenue.
a6^1v Henry Cook, Alexandria.
Corks. Bubiohb. Bad Nails, are
Cornsare the universal tormentor mankind To
be relieved of these terrible evils, call on Dr
White and submit to his manipulations. You are
5 }ofen i wlt.hout experiencing pain. Of
v *}j Pennsylvania avenue.(Lane A Tucker's
building, between 4>? and 6th streets. No charge
for consultation. e 1 tf
SamarUan s Gift is the most certain, safe and
5?e 5*m ?indeed, the only vegetable rem
edy ever discovered. Ceres m two to four days
and recent cases in twenty-four hours No m neral
It &,?^M?Jn>#rSury- 0n}jt2? ?iU" to b?
? th^soidier s, hope, and % friend to those who
female f3 exposed. Male packages, #2;
Samaritan's Root and Hnb A positive and
/-NlST??8 ???'LITT, Sbkibal WBAB*B9B, etc.,
Can Be Cured, by one who has really cared himself
and hundreds of others, and will tell you nothinn
but the frwtA. Address, witn sUmp,
Idwiid H. Tbavh
mar t DA W.ly Look Box. Boston. Mass.
In this city, at 8 p. m., on the I5tb inst., after a
long illness, MARY ELIZABETH,eldehtdaujrhter
of John Y. and Sarah A. Callan.
The fa&eral will take place to-morrow,(Sunday.)
the 17th, at 2>a o'clock p. m.,from St. Patrick's
Church. The friends of the family are invited to
attend without further notice. *
On the 15th July, at 3 o'clock a.m., after a pain
ful illness HKNkY 8. WARD, aged :? years.
His friends and a<-quaintanres are invit<-d to at
tend his funeral on Sunday afternoon at t o'clock,
from 14th utreet, near corner of E. I Pittsburg and
California papers plea-e copy. *
,?nRt'r>D? illnefs, on the 16lh ins'anf,
SAKAII A., beloved wifeof Aaron Dawson, aeed
Friends and relatives are invited to attend tho
funeral Sunday, at 1 o'clock p.m., from her late
residence, 4th street west.
I Baltimore and Philadelphia papers please copy, j
. ,5th of Jnly* *t4 ?'c'ock. M * RY ELIZ
ABETH, youngest child of J?me* and Ann Lydon
aged 4 months and lr> day*.
Her fnneral will take pla^e to-morrow 'Sunday)
at 3 o'clock, from No. 40 Bridge street, Geoige
town, to which the relatives and friends of the
family are invited to attend. ?
FOR SALE?Second-hand and new CLOTHING
for males and females; Bt?ots, Shoes, 4 c.; fix
tures also for sale. Apply at No. 70 La. av.,be
tween tfth and 10th sts. jy u 4t*
jySSOLUTION Of COPARTNERSHIP.
The copartaerhliip heretofore existing under the
firm of Bontz A Griffith is this day dissolved by
mutual consent. All persons indebted are re
queued to make immediate payment, and those
having claims against the firm will please present
them to Henry Bont*, who ie authorized to settle
up the buisiLea* oi the firm
C THEO. GRIFFITH.
Hamng purchased the interest op
C. Theo. G' ifiith . I shall continue to carry on
the business in the UOCSEPURNISHING GOJDS
at the old stand. 3t?f> 7th street, where I shall he
hapry to see all the friends and customers of the
ir 11 3t IRep.l_ HENRY BONTZ.
INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. 4->e
4?6 PAPERHANGINGS. 4<?6
A select Md varied stock of Gilt. Medlnra and
low-priced Paperhangings, Borders. Statues, Ceu
ttr Pieces. A c.
? ? ? WINDOW SHADES.
Bnff. Green, Chocolate, Brown ?nd Gilt Window
Shades, a variety of patterns; Shade Fixtures,
PICTURE CORD AND TA88BL8
Bilk snd Worsted Picture Cord and Tasaels, dif
ferent sizes and colors, a beautiful assortment;
Picture Rings, Nails, Ac.
OVAL PICTURE FRAMES.
The largest assortment of Oval Frames ia the
District, warranted to be glided with gold leaf
also, a variety of Dark Wood Frames, with a va
ried stock of smail sized Oval and Carte de Vim to
ENGRAVINGS AND PAINTING8.
A few choice Engravings and Paintings always
Orders fir Paperbanging and Window Shades
punctually attended to in city or county.
Terms cash fer goods or labor.
No. 4S6 Seventh street,
Jy7- * Eight Doors above Odd Fellows' Halt.
WINKS AND LIQUORS.
We have now <>b hand a fail suapiy o
WINE8 AND LIQUORS.
_ consisting of
California Hock, Port. Muscatel, and An lien
n ines,and Grape Brandy.
Also. Claret, Sherry, Madeira, and Catawba
Old Bourbon, Nectar, Cabinet and Bye Whia
Blackberry, Cherry, Lavender, and Ginger Bran
Holland Gin and Wolff's Schnapps.
Also. Iloi-tetter's, Drake's. Stoughton's and Gor
man Bitters. JTor sale by
, ? BGAN t FBBBIB,
_Jl?-6tif Cor, E and Hinth streets.
^ORiHjs'g WORKS.?La Bohemlenne, Mc.; Bee
ire ?Elf1 R*tl"wn- ?e ; Jaohot.ac.: Guntave III,
?c':lS^*1?* eof4ntic- ?e.; Pbillbert Marie,
V V Jonr de la tie, J5c.;LeVieu?
<te U R^ne de Navarre,
?e ' Les *? = ^ "oulin deJavelle
others. Juti^uJb ??.. *?<? many
. *** FRAWOC TAYLOR.
I" ?H rARjj??^*8 ^ CABT8 also, a
,?.?.Aro ?aing order,
1 streets. (
? Macs ney UA RRIAO K i n g<?
KSjuoS KALuSiar4 ?? ?
W ^"Tl#?By two ;ous( w*m?B 8ITO4T10SS
vv as cook*on board of * steamboat. Apply at
the_eoroer of Ya. av. and lithst It*
WANTED-A YOUNG MANto att?-n4 the bar
at J- BROWN'S Restanrint, corner of 13th
street and Penna. a*. jy lo-3t
HOCSL WANTED?In a central toil <n.with
from 6 tj? 6 room-. A boons of $M will be p* d. i
Address M. M., Box No 8, ttar office. if W-3t*
WANTED IMMRDIATBLY- A WOMAN to
cook, wash and iron for a small family. In
quire at ii611 street, between 17th and 18th sts.
Jy 16 It* ^
\JL' ANTED? A SITUATION in a Grocery and
** Liquor Store, by a yo'ing Man whe thor
ough y understands the business. Would have no
objections to drive en Exprrsa Wagon. Appl'et
the S?ar Office. jy l?-3t
WlNTBD-A SITUATION^* Foreman of *
Bakery, Confectionery. < r as steward. The
b?"?t of reference given, Attdreas W. P. U.,?tar
office. jy lo-4t*
IE/ANTED IMMBDIATKLV?Four good jnl'R
NKYMEN CARPENTERS. ApplratTCK
TON A LOURY'S, 12th, above the Kirk wood
House. jy 15- tf
i*/ ANTED-By a Drug Clerk a SITUATION.
?V Understands the bn-iin^ss, and can come well
recomni"ndt*(i Address J. T., at this Office.
WANTED?A first class COOK for a restaurant,
white or colored. Good wsgos giv?*n.
ply at A. BAKCOCK'S, No. 239 Pa. av.. between
12th and 13tti. JT 13 3t*
W A NT ED?By two respectable white gi r's. SIT
UATIONS us chambermaid*, in a hot-1 or
public house. Good reference given. Enquire at
the Montgomery House High street, Georgetown,
D C. jy l5-2t*_
WANTED-A FURNISHED DWK! UNO
HOUSE, convenient for a small family. A
house of eight or nine rooms will do Will p*y a
fair rent promptly, giving and requiring refer
ences. Direct answer to D. L. EATON, 4 72 Iftth
street. jy Ifilw*
WANTED IMMEDTATELY-A good Journey
man BARBER, Apply at 497 7th street, be
tween D and E.
jy 14-3t* G.C.G.SAUER.
W ANTED TO RENT?A 8TORE,~or~a portion
of a store, in the business part of the city,
suitabl e for the tobacco business. Address ' To
bacconist." City Post Office. StT_
GENTTEMTN~AND WTPE WANT A ROOM
snd BEDROOM (Unfurnished.) in the vicinity
of9th and E street. Front Rooms preferred. Ad
dress, stating term*, II. E. R., Box 663, Post Of
WANTED-By 1st of August, a medium-sized
HOUSE. (unfurnished.) by a small, carefal
family. Best of reference given, and r nt paid in
adyance ifdesired. Address Box 407, Washingten
P.O. ir i?-3t?
\\7 ANTED?Fifty acceptable SUBSTITUTES for
v ? three years service, for which the highest
bounty and premium will be paid. Runners bring
ing in recruits to onr office will be paid the high
est premium. GARDNERS BURGESS,
Jy 14-.*K* 239 I street, near 18th.
WANTED?At the Post Office Bating House,
No. 381 F street, two first clasa WAITEBS.
"ff-KSf""" ""'frrBEETttt *. CLARKR.
WANTED?100 LADIES every day to call at
DEMONGEOT'S Human Hair 8toro, and
Ladies Hair Dressing Saloon, for to get their
hair dressed, cut. and shainpooning in the most
comfortable manner. Seethe direction corner of
I) and K'th St. jy 11 lw*
fjAflE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO PURCHASE
1 (fo/ cash) a FARM of one or two hundred
acres, in northern or western Pennsylvania. It
must be in good cultivation, with all the necessary
buildings for a well regulated farm. Address J . D.,
Box 3*4, Washington, D, C. jy ll-Imr
rpEAMSTERS"W AN T E D.
Chief Quartermaster'.* Ojltre. r*rot of WaxhiwtonA
Washtnotoh. D.O., Jaly!?, 1?H?. <
Wanted, at once. THREE HUNDRED TEAM
STERS, each capable of driving with single line,
and maraging six mule teams.
To such who are competent to perform the duty,
the pay per month will be thirty dollars, with on?
ration per day, an*4 hospital privileges, includiug
the best me4ical attendance when sick.
Apply to Captain Charles H. Tompkins, A O M.,
U. f}. A., corner Twenty-second and G *?>?. Wash
ington, !d. c. D. H.RUCKER,
Brig. Genl and Chief Quartermaster,
Je?)-19t Depot of Washington.
fOUSE WANTED-^In a central location, with
_ 1 about 1<> or 12 rooms. Will buy lease and fur
niture. Apply to W. L WALL 8c Co., Auction and
Commission Merchants, south corner Penu. ave
nue and 9th street. le 22
W"ANTED?1.000 LADIES to come and buy
the same number of Embroidered Yokes and
Bleeves. Bands and Wrappers. We have reduced
the price one-fcurth. and now offer them cheaper
than ever. PRINCE,
je21 tf 381 F St.. opposfte Patent Ofhce.
Blacksmiths and wheelwrights
Chit/Qvartermasier's (JA re Nrpat of Washington A
Washington. July 4, 1364. \
Wanted at once, to work in Government repair
shops. Quartermaster's Department, Depot of
Washington, One Hundred (1"< ) good BLACK
SMITHS and One Hundred (100) good WHEEL
WRIGHTS. ? .
The pay per month will be Sixty Dollars fSiV).
with one (1) ration per day and hospital privileges
WA?lvCt*'n?,?.i.. on?s. n roMPKINS, A.Q.
M..^. 8. A., corner Twenty second and U streets.
WH>hiugton. D. C. D. H. RLCKER,
Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster,
Jy6-lfit Department of Washington^
W/ ANTE D-SEOOND~HAND FURNITURJT
W Also, MIRRORS, CABPET8, BEDS. BHD
Xrerr lady in the District to know that 1 have,
at considerable expense, had built a very elegant
machine for Fluting or Crimping Dresses, &e.
Dressmakers and others can baveanv kind of goods
Crimped at short notice, ia as good style, and as
cheap as in any other city. Ladies, remember this
is the only machine in town, and done at the only
place to get stamping done. 3*1 F street, oppo
site Patent Office, Stamping and Machine Stitch
ing Depot. my '
AI OIS KOHN, (lat>- Jeweler, from New York.)
respectfully informs the public that he has
opened a Boardint; House, No. 305 D st , near
"1VTICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, single or in
1^ suit, with tirst-class BOARD, at 301 G street.
References exchanged. jy 15 hi
'HWO CHOICE ROOMS, now vacant, with tirst
1 class board, at 407 3-1 street, above Penn a
avenne, iL1.!?1 -
TJLEASaNT SUMMER BOARD can be secured
r ill a private fan.ilv in Georgetown. Also. ?
nicely furniiihed ROOM to let. Intiuire at this of
lice. _ iZ_1 ^ _
11SBS0NS DESIRING TO OBTAIN BOARD,
I will hnd a pleasant room, arranged to accom
modate two gentlemen, by applying at No 7 let
street, Georgetown. jy 14-3t
tj^UBNISHED ROOMS WITH BOAHD, at f 2S a
r month. Call at the corner of Bridge and
Montgomery Ptreets, Georgetown,D. C. Clerks in
the Departments preferred. Jy 14-3t
YygRHONS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH
r BOARD and LODGING at 15 P?w?l(.(i>r?l
per day.) at the Philadelphia Honse, No. 517 New
New Jersey avenne near Baltimore Depot._
Jeao im* D H. NICHOLS. Proprietor.
(GEORGETOWN CORPORATION STOCK.
I Those persons who may be disposed to pur
chase Georgetown Corporation Stock,which bear*
an interest of six per oent. per annum, payable
quarterly, can obtain some by applying to WM.
LAIRD, Clerk of Baid Corporation. je2?-dtlau_
?P0WINU PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, by the
1 Potomac Tow Company'e boat*, Potomac,
"Gov. Cnrtin'' and "Belle Haven." Ap?lytoth?
Captains on board, or b DAVID80N,
my is- Water street. Georgetown,^
STOVE AND KINDLING WOOD, Hickory, Oult
and Pine, sawed and split to any length and
J size; also, cord length.
Office. Pa. ??.. betw. 3d and 4S sis.
Je20-lm Mill and Vvharf.iK st. at Canal Bridge.
Jnst -eceived a very large and complete assort
ment of the celebrated Egg
|P C0NT1N KNTaL, M0((ITOE gJB
?nd EXCELsIOll RKpRIGERAT0Ra)
which are admitted to be of the most approved
patterns, and workmanship of the best qaaltty,
which on trial and examination cannot fail to be
1 appreciated by all. BONTZ A GRIFFITH,
ji 3 368 7th street, bet. I and K.
iILITARY BOARDING SOHOOL?On BalU
1 more Railroad, 15 milee from Philadelphia.
Pupils have the benefit* of a home; thorough
course in Mathematics, Languages, English. Ac.
Number limited. Terms moderate. Received at
anytime Fine Library snd Apparatus. Address
Rev J HERVEY BARTON, A. M., Village Green
Seminary. Delaware county, Pa. jy 9 7W
R . L E ON, 414 PENNA. AYENO*.
DR. LEON enree Gonorrhea.
" ?' Gleet.
'? ?? htrictare,
" ?? " Syphilis,
" ?? " Seminal Weakness,
?? " 1 nKammation ol Bladder,
" f All Venereal DUeabW.
FJ, BEIBBRUER, SUCCESSOR TO B. F.
LOUDON A CO.,
CIT17EAS1 AXl> MILITARY
MERCHANT TAILOR, III
Mttropoium HeuJ (Uus Brown't J nm
3oi Pennnsyivauis. avenue.
e Wtf ,Wfc?hLngton .0.
>11 Iklkik LAD I US WANT E D*T0 GALL AT
OUJMnV PRINCE'S Stampiag IVyot, 3-1 V
street, opposite Patent Office, and get their Stamp
Log, Stitching. Finking aud Rmbrnider> done. Aa
there are other Richards in the field, ladiee better
look ont that they come to Prince's, who U the
only practical hand in thr city. Be mre tm> ge to
V street, opposite Patent OflUis, mn 4
Veterinary burgbonT-/v. j. j. mJlay
Member ot the Royal V. S. 0<>41e?e,,
Bdinhwrg. A11 diee*ees of the horae treat
ed in ttwe meet scientific manner. Town4
and cewatry practice attended to Ohnr^a mod
erate^Offiee at J. C. HOWARD'S, ? street ba
FOB BBNT AND SALE.
1'HBEB WOMB FOH RBMT?Snqmrenf J A MBS
? ft* AKTIW . ctrtr of ifrtli nd Lnt? jy IS it'
|?0R RE* T ?Two large and well-fnrnished
r OH AMBEK8, the mo?t plemant rooms in the
city. Inquire of JOSI AH SIMPSON, 461 Tenth
street. bHww-o D ao<l B. Jv l6-5t*
ffOR REVT-^Six neatly furnished ROOMS, ain
*1y or together. Rent thecheapest io the city.
Appl> st No 4?5 I th street, between the hoars
ef 6S and g ?'clod* p mz_ Jj^lS 3t*
FORSU.K-DRUG ?TO"RE;fine BKIPK HOUSE*.
? will rent;?three BOILDING LOTS. Inquire
of D*. BOliAN.No. 45.5 Maes. avenue, n^r Kth
street. _ Jy 16 2w*
A BRICK HOUSE, three stories high, for rent,
on 2 tf> 6treet. between L and M afreets In
quire on M street, second house, noar the corner
of 18th street. First Ward. jv 16-3t*
F^OR RENT?An unfurnished front ROOM in the
third story suitable either for two gentlemen
t a gent eroan and his wife. Rent f 10 p-r month.
Inquire at lio. 163 I ft., bet. 2)?t and Ed sts. it*
IjVjR SALE?A BURT A WRIGHT" COMPEN
T 8 ATI NO TWO IIORSE POWER, nearly new.
Can be seen corner of 1st street east and B street
*outh, Capitol Hill. Jyl6eo3;*
FOR SALE - A comfortable FRAME HOUSE and
LOT, containing six rooms Title indisputa
ble. Possession given immediate!y. Apply at the
second house from the corner of O street, on 8th
street, bet ween O and P street north. jylS-3t*
Two~rooms andITkitcueiTTor rknt.
furnished or unfurnir-hed. eitherof them suit
al le for an office. Apply at Mrs. McDONAH'S, on
K street, between Mtn and 19th ftreets, near the
West Market, on the right hand side going down.
jy 16 It* '
OR 8ALE?A TENT, 14 by 21 feet, suitable for
a Sutler or any person connected with the
army. Apply at the St. Nicholas, corn?r 5th and
K streets, CR0T0N FLETCHER, Proprietor,
jy 15 3t?
Furnished house for rent-Suitable for
a boarding-house. The family of two persons
would board in the house for part payment of the
rent. Immedia'e possession given. Address a
note to F M. R.. No. 19, Clerk's Box, Post Office,
Washington, D. C. jy 15 F.S&Tu*
FOR RENT-A six room BBICK HOUSE, the
lower floor is suitable for a store; it isone of
the best stands in the city for a small grocery,
shoe, or dry goods store. Enquire at No. 4.>7 13th
street, between E and F streets, between 3 and 9
o'clock in the morning. jy 15-3t*
F?OR~RENT-The DWELLING HOUSE and
STORK ROOMS. No. 7 3 on Bridge street.
There are six lodging rooms and two parlors,
breakfast room, kitchen ami wash room. The
property will not be rented to any one who hires
ouA rooms. For information apply at GEORGE
UPPERMAN'8 grocery store, corner Bridge and
Jefferson .streets. jy 15-3t*
FOR RENT?A large STABLE, situated on L St.,
between 6th and 7th, near N. L. Market. Ap
ply at .">**'2 L st. Jy 14-3t*
F^OR RENT?A two story FRAME coataining 4
rooms and a kitchen Inquire on 13th street,
bftween N and O of J AMESCARKOLL. jy 14 3t*
IARGB AND BLEG ANTLY FURNISHED
J ROOMS AND PARLOtt POR RENT, at 400
D street north, between 6th and 7th sts., with or
without board. Also, Storeroom for rent.
FOR SALE?Two FRAME HOUSES, with four
rooms each, situated on 18th street, between
K and L streets. Inquire of JAMES DALY, cor
ner Vermont avenne and L streets. jy 1! lw*
FOR SALF.-A delightrally located LAGiKR
l'.EKK GARDEN, two acres of ground, with
Brick House &) by 3n,( 4 rooms ) Saloon Bar, Shoot
ing Gallery, Ten pin Alleys, Dancing Pavilion,and
every essential constituting a pl-a?ant resort.
MITCHELL A PON, Heal Estate Broker?, south
east corner Pa. nr. and 15th st. jy 11 eo!Ot*
ALUABLK~MILL PROPERTY FOR 8ALK
A valuable Merchant Mill, situated on the Ches
apeake and Ohio Canal, two miles aboye George
town, is for tale It has all the modern improve
ments of a first-class Flouring Mill: has bh ample
supply of water, drawn from the canal without
charge, and is capable of manufacturing 120 bar
rels of Fiour per day. An abundant supply of
wheat from the upper counties of Maryland and
Virginia, and from the Georgetown market, can
be bad at all times, while there is always a demand
at fair prices in the cities of the District for the
entire products of the mill. For the last fe-.v years
it has bern worked successfully and profitably,
with a prospect of its continuao'-e.
For the larger part of the purchase money a lib
eral credit will be given if uesired. My on-y rea
son for wishing to sell is my desire to retire t'nm
business. Apply to the subscriber, No. 7 0 Water
street, Georgetown, D. C. ? ????
je 29-eo&t* WW. n. EDES.
FOR SALE?A large and well-built three-sta ?
BRTCK HOUSE, with ba'rk building, N?. 1 ."1
2d street west, between B and C st-?. Immediate
possession given. Apply to CHARLES II. LANE,
424 Pa. ayenne. 1e7-eotf
170R"HALE.?The stock fixtures and leaseofa
T neat little RESTAURANT AND ICE CREAM
SALOON.located in a business thoroughfare, will
be sold a great bargain in conseqnence ofill health
oftheowner. MITOHELL & SON
Real Estate Brokers,
Je25-eol0t* 8. B. corner Penua. ar. and 15th st.
ALUABLB TRACT OF LAND NEAR THE
CITY.?We offer at private sale a valuable
tract of LAND, containing about 110 acres, lying
in the county of Washington, between tba_/>]n
5?.terf ?fi ?M? BaWJX?TteS?K
E^q. The land is high and rolling, commands a
fine view, and is capable of dividing into seven or
eight of the finest building sites in the District of
Columbia. For terms, Ac., apply to JAMES C.
McGLIRE A CO., Auctioneers. Jy 9-6t
rpo LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, without board.
X Apply at No. 27*2 F street, corner of 13th.
Jy 6 2w*
PfOR SALE?WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION.
The three story BRICK HOUSE, (and Lot.)
,No. 539. 9th street. Island, between D and E
streets. It contains nine rooms, and is in all re
epectg a desirable residence and property. Apply
to W. D. WALLACH. Star Office. je SS-tf
TO RENT?An elegant HOUSE, with Vrown
stene front, partially furniBhed, with all mod
ern improvement*, centrally and pleasantly lo
cated, No. 444 B street, near the residence of Sec
retary Chase, together with large brick stable.
The premises not to be rented for a boarding
house. For particulars inquire of Hon D. E^
B0ME8 on the premises, or Capt. GEORGE ELY,
No. 2? 4>? street. Possession given immediately.
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 th* city. in y i f -1 f
G. 1>. SMITH'S
Wild Cherry Tonic Bitters*
TONIC-A8TRINGENT- AROMATIC ? DISIN
Ask your Druggist and Grocer for it.
IT WILL CURE
Ague and Fever, Los* of Appetite,
Liver Complaint, Jaundice.
The Elixir of life for the Aged. Will give Health
and Beauty to the Young.
This Prophylactic shonld be in every family at
this season of the year, as. this delicious beverago
can be u*t<d without the deleterious effects o
Liquors. SMITH A MORRISON,
Jy 7-lm Proprietor!.
RILLING OUT TO CLOSE.
GREAT REDUCTION IN BOOK8, STATION
ERY, AND FANCY ARTICLES.
The undersigned offer to the trade and publle
generally great inducements to purchase, as he is
closing out his large stack ef goods preparatory to
leaving the city.
Gieat bargains in Books, Stationery, Photo
graph Cards, Albums, Knives, Scissov, Raton,
Boaps, Combs, Brushes, Perfumery, &c., Ac.
A large lot of g?ods at half price.
Several very fine Show Cases for sale.
For a short time only, at
THE NATIONAL BOOK 8TORE,
27* Penn. avenue,
bet. 11th and 12th sts., Washington, D. C.
PERKINS, STERNE & Co.,
IS# Br*ad??y, N. V.,
3IXJCLU8IVB DIALERS IN
We guarantee them all to be
For sale by all first-class Grocers and Drugffirta
everywhere. mfa 3U3m*
n THE LATBST STYLES
UL or 9
^ T B A W HATS
CHAJS. L. IX)CKWOOD 4 CO.^.
? lm.if 894 Pa. av.,bet. ?th and K)*h ats<
pOB GAPB MAY.
The staunch and eomwiodiotis Steamer
_ CAPTAIN E. A. EYtHBE.
Of the Gape May line, is now making ker regular
trip* to Cape May.
Leaving Arch street wharf, Phila
delphia, every Tuendar, TharwU}1
and Saturday at ( o'clock a. ?>. Returning, leaves
Cape Mar every Monday, Wednesday and Friday
at S* o'clock a m
Stopping at New Castle foing and returning
'are, SI OP. carriage hire included. Children
half price Servant* ll 5n, carriage hire extra.
No freight will be received after 8o'clock, and in
al! inrtance? must be prepaid.
Jy 7 1m J08. A 8TBWART. Agent.
1 woald moft respectfully inform my customers
and thf public in general that I am new receiving
my spring stuck *f American and French PAPER
H ANG1NOS oonjiiHiat of tha Inect Frenoh SIM
Papers, suitable for parlors, dining rooms, ok am
hers and balls.
I aualw< in receipt of a large assortment ef Gilt
Oornioe, Gilt W indow Shades and Picture OorC
All *er?e? wishing to nrchase will do Weil to
leofc for theoiaelvee he>fe?w baring elsewhere, as I
have the largest assortment or tbe above good* in
the city. ^ JOHN ALEXANDER,
?y KeeZnt llotot] No. 940 Fa. avenue.
Vt Hfcff Aactlaa Sales ? tlrat p?f.
Y J. 0. MoGUIRE A 00.. Auctioneers.
PEREMPTORY SALE UP A FINE SQUARE OP
On PRIDAY AFTERNOON, Jolr wd. it ?
o'clock, at the Auction Rooms. we shall sell the
whole cT <loare No. 890. lying on north H street,
between 7th and 8th stroets PMt.
The sale of this square entire affords a fine op.
^ortunity for investment or speculation. It lie*
well with the gra< e in a rapid!y improving part
of the city - bu pavement. Ate., laid on the ? street
front . .
Term*- One half cash; the remainder in 6 and
12 months, with interest eecured by deed of trust
or the premises.
Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser*.
It IVtf ' J. C. MoOUIRK A CO., AucU_
|^Y JAS. 0. UcttUIBI A CO., Auctioneers.
VALUABLE DWELLING HOUSE AND UUILD
9" AT TUB CORNER OF NORTH H
On THURSDAY a FTEkNOON, July Cist.at half
past hi o'clock, on the prervses, we shall sell,
lor account of estate ol' tbe late Con. Crane p*fts
of Lots 1" and 11 in Square 0 Ufl. at the corner of
? ?th street west nod north H street, together with
the improvements cousisting of a thre?'-*tory
brick dwelling bouse with back builiinss.
stabling Ac The property will be divided iut'i
three parte two bui din* lots and the house *n<i
lot on which it stauds, with a sufficient side alley,
Poss< ssion ?'the house will be given on tho ist
of October, MM.
Costof conveyances and fitamps to be p&id by the
jy 15-d J. C. MeGUIRE A CO., Aucts.
\ J. C. MeGUIRE A Co. Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE S SALE OF EXCELLENT FURNI
TURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS.
On THURfcDAY MORNING, July 21st, at 10
o'clock, at bouse No. 26 Louisiana avenue, be
tween 4S and 6th streets west, formerly the resi
dence of Edward Swann. Esq.. by virtue of a deed of
trust d>trd January 18th 18W, and duly recorded
in Liber N 0. T. No. 25, folios *3. et seq., one >>f
the Land Records for Washington county. I shall
sell all the sxcellent furniture and household ef
fects, comprising in part
Superior Rof wood Case Piano Forte
Pair o French plate Mantel Mirrors 0x78
1 French plate Pier Glass, 27x107
Handsome Rosp woodbrncatellecarved Sofas. Arm,
Easy, and Parlor Chairs
Rosewood and Black Walnut Marble-top Centre
and Fancy Tab es
Brocatelle and Lace Curtains and Fixture*
Whatnot-'. Reception Chairs
Superior Velvet, Brussell, and Ingraiu Carpets
Number of fine Engravings
Extension Dining Tabla. Sideboard
China, Glass, and Crockery Ware
Silver-plated Ware. Table Cutlery
Bed ana Table Linen, Towels, Napkins
Walnut and Mahogany Bedsteads, Bureaus, Ward
robes, and Washstands
Hair and Husk Matres?es, Bolsters, and Pillows
Blaiikets, Comforts, Spreads
Looking-glasses, Toilet Setts. Shades
Heating Stoves of various kinds. Fire Iron*
Together with the usual assortment of Kitchen
EUGENE CARU8I. Trustee,
jy 15-d J. C. MeGUIRE A CO.. Aucts.
Y J. C. MeGUIRE A CO., Auctioneer*.
TRUSTER'S SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING
In execution of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, sitting in equity, passed
in the cause of Haguer et al vs. Randell et al., on
the 7th instant, tbe subscriber, as Trustee, will
sell, at Public Auction, on the premises, at six
o'clock p. ni'.. on MONDAY, the 11th day of Julv,
1364, the following valuable BUILDING LOTS
situate in Square 111, in the First Ward of Wash
ington city, viz:
Lot No. 13, fronting 65 feet 7 inches on H street,
between 18th and 19tn streets, opposite the public
reservation on the south side of Pennsylvania ave
nue. aDd running bsck 183 feet.
Part of lot No. 15, fronting ?i feet on H street
near its intersection with Pennsylvania avenue
and running back about 13-t feet , with the improve
ments. consisting of a brick office.
Lot No. 19, fronting on 18th street 52 feet, and
running oack 150 feet 9 inches.
All that part of Lot No. 1.8. adjoining Lot No.
19, fronting on ISth street 37 fe? t ti inches, and run
ning back 1.1ft feet 6 inches.
Also, all that part of Lot No. 14. lying immedi
ately in the rear of that part of Lot No. 18, last
mentioned, which is now, and for many years has
been, inclosed and used a* a garden with the said
part of Lot No. 13, snd Lot No. 19?the said portion
of Lot No. 14 being 37 feet 6 inches by 15 feet 3
This property is In an agreeable and improving
part of the city, in view of the avenue, and very
well located for residences.
The Lots will be subdivided. If desired, to suit
On the following day, TUESDAY the 12th day of
July. 1864 in further execution of said decree, the
subscriber will se 1. at the Auction Rooms of Jas.
C. McGuire A Co., at six o'clock p. in., the follow
ing vacant Lots lying east of the Capltol:
Lota Nos. 11, 12, 13, and 14, in Square 938. lyin*
In one body, at th? ?run wf ?uriu V and l*>th
Bt?ots Nos. *1,2,15, and 16, in Square 963. lying in
one body, at the corner of uorth C and lltk streets
Lots Ncs. 1,1, 3. and 4. in Square 1,^5, fronting
together 311 feet on East Capitol street, between
13th and 11th streets east.
Lots Nos 1.2,3,4,and 20, in Squar* 1.157.fronting
together ?>9 feet on East Capitol street, at the cor
ner of 15th street east.
Lots Nos. 7 15, 16, and 17, in Square 1,110, front
ing on East Capitol and south A streets, between
13th and 19th streets east.
Lots Nos. 1 and 2, in Square 1,112, lying at the
corner of south C and !9th streets east.
Many of these are corner Lots, situated on tha
Widest streets, ou high ground Ac.
The terms of 'ale prescribed by the decree are as
follows: One third of the purchase money to be
paid in cash, and the residue in two equal install
ments. at six and twelve months from the day of
sale, with interest, to be secured by approved notes
The Trustee reserves the right to resell any por
tion of the property, in case the terms of sale are
not complied with within ten days from the day of
sale, at the risk of the defaulting purchaser, on
ten days' notice in the National Intelligencer.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur
chaser. A. B. HAGNER, Trustee.
Jel6-2awAds J. C. MeGUIRE A CO., Aucts.
?"TI1E ABOVE SALE 18 UNAVOIDABLY
postponed nntil t1ic8day and FRIDAY AF
TERNOONS, July 21st and 22d, same hour and
A. B. HAGNER, Trustee.
jy 16 d J. C. MeGUIRE A Co.. Aucts.
JAS. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
SNUG TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE AND LOT
ON CHESNLT STREET, BETWEEN 14TH
AND 13TH STREETS.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, July 19th, at 6>i
o'clock , on tbe premises, we shall sell parts of
Lots No. 43 and 49, in Drurv's subdivision of
Square 2 ?, fronting 14 feet 6inches on Chesnut
street, between llth and 15th streets west and P
and Q streets north, improved by a well-built two
story brick Dwelling House
Terms cash. Conveyances at the cost of the
Immediate possession given.
jy 14 JAMBS C MeGUIRE ACQ., Aucts.
JAMES C. MeGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF SUPERIOR FURNI
TI'RE, MIRRORS, CARPETS. PAINTINGS
ENGRAVINGS,SILVER PLATED WAR*; Ac |
On TUESDAY MORNING.July 19th.at lOo'clock
at the residence of the late Gen. J. G Totten'
Chief Engineer L. S. Army, on north G street, be
tween 1Mb and 19th strests^we shall sell the Fur
niture and Effects, comprising?
Handsome Velvet Damask, and Leather-eorered
Sofas. Arm and Easy Chairs.
Marble-top and other Tables. Divans,
Etageree, Quartette Tables, Foot-stools,
Gilt-frame Mantel Mirrors,
Handsome Crimscn Daiuask and Lace Curtains
Fine Oil Paintings, Engravings, Brontes, and
other works of art.
Case of Stuffed Birds,
Portfolios of Engravings,
Brussels and Three ply Carpets.
Oilcloth, Bugs Rods anc Eyes.
Extension Dining Table. Marble-to* Sideboard,
Leather-covered Dining Chairs, Lounge,
Mantel Clock and Shade. Vases,
Gas Chandeliers tlrreughout.
China, Glass, and Crockrry Ware,
Table Cutlery, Silver-plated Pitchers,
Wine Coolers, Candlesticks, Ac.,
Mahogany and Walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wash
stands, and Wardrobes,
Superior CurLd Hair Mattreasee.
Bolsters and Pillows, Feather Beds,
Husk Mattresses. Blankets. C?mfort?,
Toi et Sets, Curtains and Shades,
Bookcase*, VI riting Tables,
Rock ir.? hi d Easy Chairs, Cane seat Chairs,
Heating StoTeo, Fire Irons, Refrigerator,
Together with the ctual assortment of Hitches
W. O. TEMPLE, U. 8. N.. Executor]
Jy 14 d JAS. C. MeGUIRE A CO.. Aucts.
SALE AT ALEX ANDRI A. Va., op CONDEMNED
(hitfCmartfiiuiiUr'i (Jtce. Waslnn*t?nDcp?,t
July II 1864 I
Will b*? sold at Pub'ic Auction at Alexandria.
Va.. on TUESDAY, July 19. 18S4, at 11 o'clock a.
ra. alarge lot of Saddle Blankets. Bridles. Horse
and Mule Collars, Haaies, Saddles, Wagon Whips
Horee Covers, Wagon Covers, Lanterns, Shovels,
S able Fork', Paalins, Scales, Blacksmiths'and
Car Meters' Tools. Ac., Ac.. Ae., condemned as
until for public service.
Sucoe.ssful bidders wlu be required to remove
the articles within ive (5)days from date of sale
Terms cash, la Government funds.
D. H. RUOKKR,
Brigadier GenaraJ, Chief Quarter master,
|yll-to! Depot sf Waahiagton.
Will & B E V E EIDG
CHARLES ?. FOW1.EE 4 00,
ntutui aji& Utah paaLiig ta
?? IOK r.Uon,Bd)8?ratkM.
TP* J ??w._ ?
A, 5*^-4 Im'w yaaroM BLACK HAWK
r Ot/LT ?iU work tither aingie or doubis Can
be seen at JOHN 0 HOW AHi>% irtabiosG street,
??. f. i). M? at
Wafl.Ste?AMuiA 0* yU-lw
T GREEN 4 WILLIAMS, iiittMum,
GUARDIAN'S SALB Of VALUABLE BBlup
ING LOT ON NORTH 1, BirWIIH nfk
mil ?51 n 8TBBETS WB8T, AT ACOTJOB.
On MONDAY the 11th 4m of Jmlj wit, VM,
I shall Mil, lo front of the premise*, at S o eloeh
p m. by virtue of a decree of the Orphans' 0<>a?a
dated the 11th day of Mar. WS, ratified aad eo*
farmed br the Supreme Court of the Diitriot m
Colombia on the loth day of Mar, IKS. the fottov
?? deecrib-d handsome building lota, vn -
Lot numb-red four (4)io Square on m be red tee
MDodred and ?ighteen, (I'S ) it having a front of M
wt 7 io^hen on Dortk I. betwwn 14th Mid M
street* went, running back with a ?ld? ailey to a ?
feet alley Ui feet 7 inches.
Terms : One half eash: balance in sU month#,
the purchaser to gtee note for toe deferred par
ment. tearing interest from the day of sals. eat
secured to the satisfaction of the Gaardiaa.
A 1 conveyancing including revetae stamp*,
the cost of the purchaser
Ot e hundred dollars will be repaired paid dowa
when the property is knocked ofl, and irthe whole
Urms are not complied with in Ave day* afier tt e,
the Guar tian reserves the right to retail the prop
erty at the rink and coat of the defaulting pur
chaser by advertising each resale in the National
Intelligencer three times.
Mrs. KLI7.A ANN BRANS. Guardian.
Je O-eodAds GREEN A WILtlAUd, Aioti,
B^THE ABOVE HALK IS POSTPONED CNTMfc
MONDAY, the 18th instant, same hoar aad pla?e.
By order of the Guardian.
Jrl? GREENA WILLIAMS. Ancts
|^Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
VALTABIE BUILDINfl LOT FRONTING TUB
CIRCLE. ON PENNSYLVANIA AVENUB, At
On MONDAY, the Iftth inst.. at? o'clock p ? ,
we shall sell, in front of the premise*. Lot No S,
in subdivision Square No. 38. This lot haa a front
on Pennsylvania avenue, between 23d and Mth
streets west,of 2< feet 7 inches, about 100 feet deep,
with a wide alley in ihe rear.
Ttrms: One-half cash; balance in (5,12, aad W
months, secured by a dsea of trust on the prem
All conveyancing and revenue stamps at the <
of the purchaser.
jy 12-d GRBEN A W1LLIAM8, Auets
~Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Auctioneers.
HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH B 8TRBBT BE
TWEEN 19TH AN l> 20TH STREETS WB8T
On MONDAY AFTERNOON, July I8th.at6>
o'clock, on the premises, by virtue of a decree e_
the Orphans'Court, dated June2lst, W>4,confirmed
by the Supremo Court, July 5th, 18W, I shall sail,
part of Lot No. 2, !n Square No. It!, fronting about
S) feet on north E street, between 19th and 2DCB
streets, and running back 97 feetoK inches, togeth
er with the improvements consisting of a two story
Frame Dwelling Ilouse,(No. 'il l,) containing foar
Cost of conveyance to be paid by the purchaser.
M. F. MORRIS. Guardian.
)y6d J. 0. McGUIRE A 00 . A acts
^ITFof CONDEMNED GRAIN SACKS
Chikp Qcartkrmastmr'r OfFTCI, I
Wa*himoton DReor, >
W A SHI NOT* 'U , D. C., July 11, l*>i.\
Will be sold at Public Auction, at 7th street
wharf, in the city of Washington, D. 0., on MON
DAY, July 1*. I.sft4. at 11 o'clock a. m .
65 000 OLD GRAIN SACKS.
condemned a* unfit for oublic service.
Successful bidders will be required to reavev?
their purchases w ithin five days from date of sale.
Terms cash, in Government funds.
D. H. Rl'CKKR.
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
jy 11-td Depot of Washington.
Y JAS. C. MoGUIRK A CO., Auctioneers.
TRTSTEE'S SALB OF TWO DESIRABLE BRICK
DWELLING-HOUSES AND LOTS ON *18T
STREET. BETWEEN O AND U STREKT8.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, July 7th. at 6K
o'clock on the premises, by virtue of a deed of
trust dated July 26th, 18*0, and duly recorded ia
Liber J A. S., No 2<i2. folios 2IS et aeq., one of the
land recordsfor Washington county, D. 0.. I shall
sell parts of Lots lettered " K" and in Todd1*
recorded subdivision of original lots 7. 8 and 9, ia
Square numbered lf>2, fronting together <*? feet oa
21st street we*t, between G and H streets north,
and running back inn feet, improved with twa
three-story Brick Dwelling houses, with baek
buildings, to be sol4 separately.
Terms of sale: One-third in cash, and ths re
mainder in 6 and 12 months, with interest, secured
by a deed of trust on the premises.
Coat of conveyances, including revenue stamp*,
to be paid by the purchaser.
If the terms of sale are not complied with In fiv?
days, the Trustee reserves the right to resell at
the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser.
J.CARTER MARBURY. Trustee.
Je24-eoAds J. C. McGUIRE A Co., Aucta
THE ABOVE SALB 13 POSTPONED 13
consequence of the illness of the Trustee until
MONDAY AFTERNOON, July l*th, same hour and
place, J. CARTER M ? RRTTBY .Trustee.
jy8-eoAds J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctt.
Y GREBN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
A GOOD TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE AND LOT
ON G STREET. BETWEEN 4S AND 6TH.
STREETS, ISLAND, AT AUCTIOM.
On TUESDAY, the 12th instant, at 6K o'clock p.
m., we shall sell, in front of the premises, a goed
two-story Frame House, containing si* rooms, ba
ing part Lot 8, in Square 496. A good chance for a
Terms cash. GBEEN A WILLI AM8.
jy 6 Auctioneers.
KT TF1E ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED UBT
til WEDNESDAY, the 20th instant, same hoar aad
PjVTs GREEN A WILLIAMS. Anets.
Y THOMAS DOWLING, Aact.; Georgetown.
By authority of a deed of trust, dated the Ml
February. 1357, and recorded in Liber J A. 8., N?.
*81, folio Z14, from John Ellis and another, ta se
cure a debtdue to Sam '1 Cropley, and by his direa*
tion.I shall sell at auction,on MON DAY.lst Augast
next, at 5 a'clock in the afternoon, oi the prem
ises, the piece or parcel of ground in Georgetown,
being parts of Lots No.74 and 75. in the old town,
fronting on the north side of Water street, aad
beginning at a point 126 feet IS inches westerly
from the corner of High and Water streets, and
running from said beginning with Water street
westerly 25 feet, thence north to a S? feet alley,
thence eaf* with said alley 25 feet, thence south (a
the place of beginning, with the house thereon.
Terms: one-third of the purchase money in cash,
and theresidne at six and twelve months?notes,
with surety, bearing interest?and a lien on tha
premises until paid, and when paid the property
to be conveyed to the purchaser; and unless tfca
terms are complied with within five days from tha
sale, a re-sale will be mad?, afW a week's notioa
iu the Evening Star, at the cost and riak of tha
Deeds, stun.-a*, Ac., at thepurchaser's erpenae.
W. RE DIN. Trustee.
Je 28-3tawAd? THOS. DOWLING. Aact.
Y J. C. McGUIREA CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALB OK BRICK DWELLIJf?
HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH H. RETWEBB
THIRTEENTH AND FOURTEENTH STREETS
By virtue of a dt*?d of trust from Wm. H. Class
pitt and wife, dated the twenty-third day of Sep
tember, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, and duly
recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No 161. folios 437, 4M,
and 439, one of the land reoords for Washingtoa
county, District of Columbia, I will sell at PublM
Auction, on the premises, on MONDAY AFTBB
NOON, July 22d. at 6 o'clock, all that lot or parcdl
of land in the City of Washington, and District of
Columbia aforet-aid, being parts of Lots numbered
one. twenty-nine, and thirty.(l,2t?, 30.1 in Squara
numbered two hundred and fifty. (25\) as said Lota
and Square are marked, laid down and diatlo
guit-Ued on the plan of said oily: beginning for said
part at a point on the line of H street north, eight
feet four inches,(8 feet 4 inches.) east of the south
west corner of said lot numbered one. ana running
thence east sixteen feet 8 inches, (16 feet 8 inches,!
thence north ninety-two feet,(92feet.l thence west
sixteen feet eight inches. (lo feet B inches,) thenaa
south ninety-two feet, (92 feet.) to the plaoe ?<
beginning, improved by a well-built brick honaa
with all the modern improvements.
This property lies just east of the Demenou build
ings, and opposite the Preabyterian Church and ia
one of the most desirable residences of its class ia
Terms : One-half of the purchase money in caalw
the remainder, with ioterest, in six months A
deed will be given and a deed of trust taken to secara
the deferred payment.
All conveyances, including revenue stamps, at tha
cost of the purchaser.
Should the terms of sale so*, be complied witft
within thn^? days, the Truste* reserves the right
to re-be'l at the risk and expenses ot the purchaser,
after giving one week's notice In the National In
teilieeucer. or other newspaper pnbl i hed ia Wash
ington. jno.d Mcpherson.Trustee.
jy 6 e-oAdg J . 0. MoQU IBB A OO.. Auota,
gY JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE?' SALE OPTWO BRICK DWBLLIB#
HOUSES NEAR THE NAVY YARD, BKLOMQ
ING TO THE K8TATE Oi THE LATE OHAS,
On MONDAY AFTERNOON. July 18th. at*K
o'clock, on the premises, b> virtue of a decree of
the Supreme Court ef the District of Columbia
sitting in chancery, passed on the 9th day of Aertt,
1861, in a certain cause wherein George W. MiTtor
is complainant and Ellen Miller et al. are defeat
ant,(No. 146.) we shall sell
Part of Let No. 1. Square No. 952. beginning for
the same at 83feet 6 inches from thesontheast cor
ner of said lot. and thenca running weat and front'
ing on M street 17 feel, theac* n*rth 7i feet#
inches, thence east 17 feet, thenc* south 7B feet f
inches to the beginning, together with the ia
Srovementa, consisting of a three-story briek
Immediately after, part of Lot 2, same Sgaara,
beginning for the same at a point ?a M street soath
1<0 feet from east 1< th street, thenoe aortk aboat
72 feet, theace weet 23 feet 9 inches, theaee sonta
about 72 feet, theace east 23 feet 9 iaohee to the he
ginning, together with the improveaienU, oea
sisting of atwo story hrlck dwelling hoase
Terms : One-third in eaah: ths remalader in gig
twelve and eighteen months. With iaterast, k
which the paroaaaer mast give aotea. seen red ta
the eatis?Kfioa of the Trastoes. The purchaser to
have the option of perm* , ..
Conveyancing andstaip' at the eogt of tha Mr
^iTthi'terau ef sale are aot complied with ia
dbffi tk6 Tniiwi r0?6fT6 ths rifHi
^llSnffthS'fSk aadjsnyage of the defalltiaa
CSuSSiS.^ A HOHBBir*
AcuHugeooec. B 0 UOBG A N.
A. THOS BRADLEY.
>e ? ?awAAs 1. 0. MeGUIRB A CO
ADBOTOII* BIRDS Of NOBTH AMBBIOA*
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