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AMUSSMXNTS TO NIGHT
Cahtbbbubt.?The male performers are
jolly, happy and witty, and the females are
ray and lovely, and they all infuse a deal of
inn and joviality throughout the large audi
??es who nightly delight to witness their en
tertainments. It is healthy to laugh. There
lore all who can't laugh ordinarily, should
visit Canterbury, and they will be sure to
laugh at the extraordinary and funny per
Eli.ihgeb tc Footb'p great moral exhibition
opened last night at Odd Fellow's Hall, and to
a good audience. Com. Foote, Col. Small, Miss
Eliza Nestel (all dwarfs), and the vocalists
and musicians did their parts to the satisfac
tion ol all in attendance. Last niebt the pro
ceeds of the performance were devoted to the
benefit of St. Joseph's Orphan Asylum. To
night the proceeds will go to aid St. Ann's In
fant Asylum. A company who is thus liberal
In aiding purely benevolent institutions, is
certainly deserving of an extended patronage.
Spkkcii of the President to thb 166th
Ohio IlKr.rMEifT.?The time of the 166th Ohio
regiment, Col- Blake commanding, hundred
day men, having expired, they yesterday after
noon paid their respects to the President, who
made them a speech in front of the Executive
mansion. The President addressed them
I suppose you are going home to see your
families and friends. For the service you have
done in this great Btruggle, in which we are
all engaged, I present you my sincere thanks
for myseil and the country. 1 almost always
feel inclined, when I happen to say anything
to soldiers, to impress upon them, in a few
brief remarks, the importance of success in this
contest. It is net merely for to-day, but for all
time to come, that we should perpetuate for
our children's children this great and free
Government which we have enjoyed all our
lives I beg you to remember this, not merely
lor my sake, but for yours. 1 happen, tempo
rarily, to occupy this White House. 1 am a
living witness that any one of your children
may look to come here as my lather's child
has. It is in order that each of you may have,
through this free Government which we have
enjoyed, an open field and a fair chance for
your industry, enterprise and intelligence.
That you may all have equal privileges in the
Tace of life, with all its desirable human aspi
rations. It is for this the struggle should be
maintained, that we may not lose our birth
Tight. Not only for one, but for two or three
years, the nation is worth lighting for to se
cure such an inestimable jewel.
The President having concluded, the soldiers
gave him three cheers.
Grahd Larceny.?Handal Jackson and M.
A. Jackson, colored, were arrested last night
toy roundsman EcklofT and officer Wood, of the
1th Ward, for stealing a hundred dollar note
from John F. West, colored. The case was
taken before Justice Giberson for a hearing. It
appeared that last Sunday West and the pris
oners engaged a hackinan to carry them to va
rious places. During the time that he was
employed the haekman saw the hundred dol
lar note several times. The Jacksons left
"West in the hack, about 7 o'clock, and the
haekman carried West to his home, on I street, j
and when West took out his money to pay the !
back hire he discovered that he had lost his
hundred dollar note. West had been drunk
since Saturday, and when the officer arrested
the Jacksons West was with them at a ball at
SSam'l Ireland's, and was arrested with them.
Justice Giberson held thsm to bail for court >
in S200 each. When arrested the two Jacfrsen's
immediately declared that they would fix off 1
West: that he is a deserter; %vas put in as a I
substitute by ? man named Stokes, at Ellicott's
IVIills, and has deserted. West was very much
inclined to let the case go, |but the justice would
not take part in compounding a felony, and
refused to discharge the case. West was held
by the police te be turned over to the provost
marshal, tostand investigation upon the charge
of desertion. West and the Jacksons all
claim to be employees of the Sanitary Com
Thrashing the Wroko Boy.?This morn
ing, between 7 and 9 o'clock, a haekman named
Hildebrand went to the stand corner of 12th
and 1> streets, and getting down from his box
employed a colored shoeblack to black his
boots. The boy finished his work, and Hilde
brand offered him a dollar note in payment.
The boy said he had no change, but would go
Into Randall's grocery store and get it. Hilde
brand replied, Never mind, I'll pay you after
a while " The bootblack said if he didn't pay
him he would muddy the boots. Hildebrand
?went toward bis hack, and the boy threw mud
on his boots: and a white boy named Edward
Haye, who was standing by, joined the shoe
black, and thew mud, which,however, did not
strike Hildebrand':- boots. Hildebrand caught
the wbite boy and beat him so severely that
John D. Clark, Esq., interfered, and arrested
Hildebrand, and tnrned him over to the police.
The boy Haye wi? represented to be a wild and
bad boy, and Justice Clayton decided to dis
miss the case of assault and battery, and fined
Hildebrand for disorderly conduct.
Fell Overboard.?a man, named either
lianiel or Thomas Harrigan.was drowned from
the Charlotte Yanderbilt under the following
circumstances : Harrigan took passage on the
Yanderbilt from City Point at 10 o'clock a. m.
on Monday, where he had been engaged as a
laborer in the employ of the Government.
.Being well supplied with money, he had in
dulged rather freely in liquor, and in that state
went cn board the steamer. About 3 p. m. he
was attempting, in a spirit of braggadocia, to
walk the railing on the port side, when a lurch
of tne vessel precipitated him into the James
river, just below Newport News. The unfor
tunate man sustained himself on the surface
for about ten minutes, when be went under,
livery exertion was made to 6ave him, and in
a moment or two more the boat that went to
bis assistance would have reached him. Mr,
Colmony, the clerk of the Yanderbilt, the sec
ond mate, and one of the drowned man's com
Tades, went out in the boat to his rescue.
?Indecent L.ani.1'age.?This morning, Mau
rice Sullivan was arrested for using indecent
language, aud lor disorderly conduct openly
in the street. The witness were a colored wo
man named Ellen Brooks, and two white fe
males. The colored woman was a tenant jt
Sullivan, and was going to remove. Fearing
a breach of the peace, she got a note from Jus
tice Bates to Serg't Cronin, of the Fourth
Ward, asking protection for her. She exhibit
ed this note to Sullivan, and the indecent lan
guage complained of was used by Sullivan in
reference to Justioe Bates, which was heard
by ladies sitting by at the time. Sullivan was
To bb Enlarged.?The well known Con
gressional Cemetery here, on account of the
Increased ratio of interments in it the last two
or three years, is becoming crowded. Some
75 to 100 burials there take place monthly, and
the vestry have under consideration an ini
mediate enlargement of the ground. It is be
lieved that the land immediately east of the
present ground, containing sufficient for abont
forty thousand sites, will be next improved for
Col. Small ?Remember that the great moral
Exhibition of Col. Ellinger Ac Foot this after
noon at 0 and evening at 8, Is lor St Ann's In
laut Asylum. Let there be a crowd.
Ik inviting the attention of our friends and
readers to the advertisement of Mr. Phipps'
school, In another column, we are rendering
am essential service to all who are solicitous
concerning the education of their sons. It has
long been the great want of the Distrtti that
the opportunities for the private instruction of
youths have been so restricted. Such success
ful teachers as Messrs. Wight and Hardy, in
Washington, are constantly turning away ap
plicants tor seats: while in Georgetown it is
many years since any attempt has b?en made
to sustain a select family school for bovs.
T-'nder these circumstances, Messrs. Cooke,
Rittenhouse, and other gentlemen of that city,
alter taking great pains to procure the very
best available talent, succeeded In inducing
Mr. Phipps to leave Philadelphia for the pur
pose of establishing a private family school
for their own children and those of their
friends. They have erected and furnished a
neat and commodious house in private groan ds,
and have placed It at Mr. Phipps' disposal for
-the accommodation of such additional pupils
as he may be enabled to receive. And in com
mending this school to those of our readers
who have not made a different disposition of
their sons, we may confidently quote the lan
guage of a gentleman who has had three chil
dren under Mr. Phipps' care, and who, as hav
ing all his life paid particular attention to the
cause of education, may be considered good
authority on such a subject: "I cannot te-ll
you bow sincerely I regret the withdrawal of
my boys from such a tutor. As a Christian, a
gentleman, a scholar, a companion and a teach
er?in every rela'ion in which I desired to
bave them nnder the but influence*?I never
met Mr. Phipps' equal. (*) M. K.
All thb Wosld * a STA(,k, sod all the people
*1'1 we ?urn?isetbat a large por
listle u,er?,,n be using that
-.vilify..Pi' P*r?tion for the teeth, "Pra
f f/'.lh.i'wtM .w,u lh* i'nu.tuM Jenand there
:_j ?rL;V.-v: 4e!ithtfa), convenient
and effeaci btautifier and preserver of the
r 9?, r n*Ter *ri'duced All druggists
and perfumiHts stil it au!3 3i
Cos.ms, Kuniona, Ingrowing Kails i>tr Persons
immediate relief from the-i troublesome
armntaoc-K. should call at Dr. White'* riun> Ne?
424 Pens'a a v . bet.4S andethsti.
In this city, on tb? 19th inat., by R?* '? WmIot
BotjUr^ Mr.OWEN McORAVRT to MiM MARY
HARTUNG. both of Philadelphia.
Philadelphia papers please copy.
Monday. August 22d. 1864, after an illness of
three weeks?in a bliaaful assurance of immor
tality beyond the grave-XLIZA, daughter of Jno.
M. and Julia P.Turley, in the 14th year of her
The friends of the family are respectfully inrited
to attend her funeral Wednesday, 24th instant, at
3 orlock, from the residence of her parents, corner
15th and M st. north. *
August 22d. 1961. at 9 o'clock p. in., at hie resi
dence, 339 E street, between l"th and Mth sts., of
congestion of the brain. HENRY J. SCHREINER,
in the 69th year of his age. ? *
On the evening of the lid inst., after a few days'
illness, HARRY, eldest son of John H. and Mary
A. Thompson, aged 10 years. 9 months and 14 days.
On the morning of the 23d, WM, KIRKLAND,
Tor time of funeral at e Chronicle of the 21th inst.
* Baltimore papers please copy.
On the ISth inst., MARY elizabeth, third
daughter of Joseph W. and Mar y R. Harry, aged
2 yearn and 5 months.
It has been four days to-day :
Our Mary, she was calied away?
Our Mary, she was called home?
For Jesus claims her as his own.
Then weep not father, mother, dear.
My Saviour calls, yon need not fear ;
Around his throne yonr baby stands.
Prepared to meet you in the promised land. *
PIC NICS, EXCURSIONS, &o.
r|'HE YOUNG UNITED CLUR has postponed
J. their Pic-Nic until ?
THURSDAY. AUGUST 25,1364.
on account of the rain.
an 23 .It
The island social club take great
pleasure in announcing to their friends
and the public generally that they intend tft
giving their third errand /!?
AFTERNOON AND EVENING PIONIO.UA
at the Washington park,
On THURSDAY, September 8th. 1864.
The proceeds for the benefit of Mr. Walien iford,
who suffered great loss by fire on July 6th. 1864
Tickets. 60 Cents; admitting a Gentleman and
Ladies. By order of
The third grand annual
AFTERNOON AND EVENING PIC NIC
will be held at the washington PARK. 7th
street, on THURSDAY, 25th of August, 1864. ~
The Association are assured from past expe
rience that making known the date of theirj
pic nic is a sufficient guaranty for all theirL___
friendato rally around the Park. A splendid band
has been engaged for the occasion, at great ex
pense: so we wonld invite all pleasure seekers to
come to the Park on the occasion.
Committee?A. Columbus, Pres.; J. Keating,
Sec.; 8. Sbreve. E. Beach. au 20-3t*
LOST AND FOUND.
LOST?Last week, a gold LOCKET, (containing
an ambrotype.) with awatch key attached. The
finder, by leaving it at the Star office, will receive
a suitable reward. au 23-3t*
LOST?On Menday, August 22, 1864, BAY MARE,
in foal, about 8 years old. ?5 reward will be
given if she is returned to ANNA MONTEGRIFFS,
corner 10th and Md. ave.. Island. au 23 3t*
JEFT at Mr, Shoemaker'x Stand, in the Center
J Market, a brown SUN UMBRELLA. A lady
was seen to take it away. She is known, and if it
is not returned to the Star Offi :e or the Stand, she
will be exposed. It*
^TRAYElTOR STOLEN FROM THE PREM
ises on Monday or Tuesday week, a little fat
JENNIE MULE, with main and tail neatly
trimmed, front feet sprung. Any information of
her or where to he found will be liberallv reward ?
ed by MICH'L BYRNES, Capitol Hill, bet. B and
C sts. It*
Disappeared, sunday evening, the 2ut
inst.. from his residence. No. 333 7th street.
HARRY MORRIS, aged 30 years. Had on a blue
blouse, light pant* and vest. Any information
concerning him will be thankfully received by his
wife, at PAULU8 THYSON'S, No. 393 7th street
west. au 23-3t?
^JTRA YED, on Saturday, the 20th inptant. three
small PIGS, two months old, two BARROWS
and one SOW. The sow and one barrow were
split on the ear; 3 barrows white and the sow
speckled. By giving information to P.J. CAL
LAUHAN, at the Washington Brewery, the finder
will be liberally rewarded au 23-3t*
tjtrayed OR STOLEN?From the subscriber.
^ on the 22d inst., a lame, rangy bay HORSE,
sixteen hands high, good condition, very promi
nent in chest, very little lame in near hint leg. 10
years old. long switch tail. Any person giving
information about the above horse will be liberally
rewarded. H. C. SHOLES,
_au 23 3t*_ No 51 north A strest, Capitol Hill.
? I 4k REWaTiD?Strayed away on the 12th inst.,
fjp I 1/ one flea-bitten GREY MARE, about 16
hands high, good size, pigeon toed, white mane,
and good tail, 12 or 14 years old, with a lump on
right shoulder from the collar. The above roward
will be paid by leaving her at J AS H. 8H REYES'
Livery Stable. 71 h street, between H an1 I streets.
au 23-3t* 8&ndy Springs, Montgomery Qo.. Md.
LOST?Jn Georgetown. D C , Sunday evening,
?>c?weeu7 4 1st street and Dunbarton Meth
odist Church, a jet BREASTPIN, with letters 'C.
8. on it in gold. The finder will be suitably re
warded by leaving it at 7 4 1st street, George
town. au 22-2t*
REWARD?For alight roan MARE, strayed
or stolen on the 2*>th instant, from the com
mons east of 4X street. Island The said Mare is
four years old. between 1.1 and 11 hands high and
works well in harness. FREDERICK HUTH, 2d
atreet and Virginia avenue, Seventh Ward,
?C REWARD? Strayed away from the subscri
^9 her. a younir IIEIFFER. spring to Cilf. She
is Fpeckled, four bla^k feet, crumply horns. I will
give the above reward to any p-rson who returns
her to No. t>04 E street, between 19th and 20th
sts., or will give me tidings of her so that lean
Set ,lpr. aa 22-3t*
(STRAY HO(;S.?Came into the enclosure of the
1 subscriber. near Clifburn Barracks, on August
18th,_ two HOGS. The owner can havetheru by
proving property and paying evpens?s.
an 2^3t* WILLIAM EMCN.
(f_!OT LOOSE FROM MY WAGON ON THE 1*TH
VI inst., a Bay MARE, abouts years old. with har
swingle tiee attached to her. The finder
S1 y>eoUj?LaJly awarded, by leaving her at Mr.
G.,W. 818LES, on7th street, between H and I
ft'-St* JAMBS DOVE,
(^TRAI HORSE.?Came to the premises of the
1V*t?crJL')*,ri on Thursday evening, 18th inst . a
small BAY MARE, with set of harness?which thS
chaDr;rMCaa bftVB L>' PrOVin%firoTNy ROWEyiD,f
au 2"-4t* 614 Massachusetts avenu'e.
$ 1 0 or 0tolen, last night,
V * y a ur?wn 'our >e?r8 oil. no mark
f,.- ^ 5whltl Bpl,t VehlD(i hi8 ears, and a black
ir'I ? i1!1 shoulder; had on one
?H -r v. IS ft1?'0"4- The above reward will be
paid lfbroughttothe corner of 3d and Va. av<?.
Bu 2,1 3t* NEIL McGUINTY.
$*^0 ?.?^ARD.?Lost in this city on Saturday
afternoon, a BLACK MOROCCO POCKKT
iiUOlt, containing a certain sum of money. Who
ever will leave it at this office shall receive the
above reward. au j9.jw*
? OST-On Monday evening, a small bay MARE,
i ,Mi^b0 ?t.?fVU1ye8r" o1?,' J1**".1? on a saddle and
iir,dL o r?w*5 be paid f?r her return to
No. 4 9 nigh street, Georgetown. au 17 6t*
^GENTS FOR THE QUOTA OF THE^ISTRIcF.
N. H. MILLER & CO.,
No. 511 Ninth street west, near Pennsylvania ay.
men 'or th? ?rmy, as REP
? iJ!L8 ?.or those liable to the DRAFT.
AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRIOE3
N- B ?Runners liberally dealt with. Exemption
papers prepared, with dispatch, by
- >u ? *w Justice of the Peace.
SUK^-TiIiTPT?S _8uviiltvtM hought and aold.
h ?Drolled citizens had better apply at 1S3 I
St., between 2"'th and 21st, before engaging a sub
rittT *? U b# furnl8hed At the cheapest
r*lea- Jy 26-lm*
tTfted to meet at their Hall THI8 (Tuesday) EVE
N IN(r, at eight o'clock, to make arrangemiiSs t?
attend the funeral of our beloved Brothar wm
RIRKLAND which will take ,' ace to m ow "l
ternoon at four o'clocd. Members of sister
Lodges in good standing are respectfully invited
to attend Punctual attendance of our own mem
bers is required. By order of the N G
ELI GARRETT. Pee'ry.
fa*nS.rgbt0wn corporation 8TOOK -
V peraona who may be disposed to pur
chase Georgetown Corporation Stock,which beara
an inttreat of six ^er cent, per annum, payable
'poWINtt PROMPTLY ATTENDBD T07by th?
"7- p*t??nac ToV Company'a boats, "Potomac"
"Gov Ourtin" and "Belle Hava?." Apply to th?
Captains on board, or to r ia#
JOHN B. DAVIDSON,
^.11] Water atreat. Georgetown.
^JRAPEB ! GRAPES!! GRAPES!!!
muscadine. DELAWARE, CONCORD,
plU dDSrth2n8 0tLer varietie?, are now being sup.
KENDALL GREEN VINEYARD
lfvereVat116* ?f ten P?unl? ?nd upwards, aod de
.. .. AJ*L PARTS OF THE CITY.
wtll t hey" are\h7 "^eine; to the
OrJers for ten ponnd P?nd ^ ? of health,
the undersigned and dropp^a ;?ddr^t?
will reo?-ive prompt attention * 1,08 ??c*
Price 86 centa per poaQd.
*ug ! W. 8tickney.
WANTID-A GIRL to do kitchen W?rk- J*i~
quire at the Ragle Restaurant, 17 f Pennsyl
thU aT. Li?
an/ ANTED?By a respectable woman, a
n TION as cook. Apply at No. 891 Mftsachu
aetts arcane, between 1st and 3d. '* -
WANTED?By a respectable woman, a 81TO
ATION as housekeeper or chambermaid*
Address X. ? Z., Star Office. i*?
WANT* D- A first-el a*e BLACRBMITH. at
the Gaa Worke. corner of atith and O streets
Apply immediately. ang _
WANTED IMMEDIATELY - Tbre?
JOUBNEYMEN HOUSE CARPENTERS.
Apply to SAMUEL WISE. 340 E street, between
12th and 13th. _Lr?.
1*7ANTED?two beat 8HAVER8 AND HAIR
77 DRE8dBRB. Wares $18 per week, 10th st..
No. 491. corner Penua. avenue. ?rnTr
an J3-St* Mr- ML RIO.
YV ANT ED?A good JOURNEYMAN BARBER,
"7 the highest wajcs wi'l be given. Inquire at
No. 130 Bridge street, Georgetown, D C.
It* HENRY BONIT7.
W ANTED-A good COLORED BOY, between
the ages of 12 and 16. who can come well rec
ommended for honesty. Apply at 327 H street.
WANTED? A WOMAN to do general house
werk.and washing and ironing in a small
family. Inquire immediately at CAMPBELL'S,
No. 337 G street, bet. 11th and 13th. an 23-2t?
WANTED TO RENT?Pari of a small House, ol
two unfurnished Rooms suitable for house
keeping, near street cars. Moderate rent and
permanent tenant can be secured byadiressing
"H. B.," Star Office. au 23 2t?
\WT ANTED? By a married couple without chil
77 dren. FURNISHED ROOM and BOARD, or
Furnished Room without Board and use of Kitch
en. in a private family. References exchanged.
Address, stating terms and location, to "Lafosse,"
Box 1007. au 23-5t*
WASHINGTON GA8 LIGHT COMPANY
STOCK WANTED-Persons having this
stock for sale will find a purchaser for one or two
hundred shares, by addressing Box No. 10 Star
Office, giving name and residence, and cash jtice
of stock. .. au 23^P^
WANTED IMMEDIATELY, or by the 1st of
September, by a small and careful family, an
UNFURNISHED HOUSE, containing about six
rooms, or a larger one partly furnished. Rent
paid in advance if desired. Address Box 407 Post
Office. au 23 3t*
WANTED?For cash, from a person retiring
from housekeeping, a set of Chamber Furni
ture, Parlor and Dining Room Chairs, Sofa, Car
pet, Stair Carpet and Rods. Address P. O. Box
577, Georgetown, D. C. au 21-3t*
\\i ANTED-A SITUATION in a Dry Goods or
77 Grocery Store, by a young man 19 years old.
Has had one years experience. Best of references
given. Apply by letter, to J. L. E.. Georgetown
Post Office. au 23-3t*
WANTED-A BELLHANGER and LOOK JOB
BER. Inquire at the sign of the Big Gun,
No. 49 La. av., between 6th and 7th streets, where
R ?i,w^>r ,n t*le Gun and Locksmith's business
will be promptly attended to, and where bolts and
metalic cartridges of all sizes can be found,
au 23 St*
WjOOD CHOPPERS WANTED.?Five hundred
77 WOOD CHOPPERS, to whom the highest
wages per cord will be given, to go to Maryland to
cut over 10.000 fiords of wood to fill Government
contract. Quarters, provision, and clothing fur
nished on the ground, if required. Apply imme
diately to Capt. JOHN C. l'ETTIT. No. 35 4*
street, Washington city,or at L. FEaRsON'8? op
posite Aqueduct Bridge, Georgetown, D. C.
WANTED-A good BARBER at 496 11th st.,
between Penn'aav. and E st! au 22-3t*
ANTED?Six WAITERS, at Dubant's.
WANTED?To purchase a small HOUSE, for
cash, in the northern part of the city. Ad
dress HOUSE, Star Office. au 2i 3t^
WANTED?Five C A R P E N T ERS^Applf"to~C".
B. CHURCH, 11th street, near Md. avenue.
WANTED TO RENT?Part of a small IIou*e,
in a genteel neighborhood. Address Box 4 3,
Btar Office. au 22-lw*
WANTED-A MAN SERVANT, whit<T or cof
ored. Also, a white CHAMBERMAID. Re
ferences required. Apply at No. 301 G street,
WANTED?A young GIRL for general hou?e
work. But very little to do. Must come well
recommended. Apply to DEMONGEOT, Human
Hair Store, cor. D and 10th sts. au 22-3t*
AN TED-A COLORED GIRL, from 13 to 15
years old, to take care of a child. Inquire at
FRANKLIN A CO., Opticians, No 244 Pennsyl
vania avenue. au 22-2t*
WANTED?A 8EXTON to attend to the K-street
Baptist Church. Apply to A. ROTH WELL,
No. 36S "th street, or to J. T. GIVEN. No. 475
10th street. aw 22-3t*
WANTED?A good COOK, and one GIRL to
assist in kitchen, washer and ironer. Also,
one MAN to take care of horses and make himself
generally useful. Apply at the Pennsylvania House,
3.)7 C street, between 4% and 6th at. au 22-3t*
WANTED?At the Government Hospital for
the Insane, a LAUNDRYMAN and his wife,
without children, two women COOKS and sev
eral men attendants. au 22-2t
(Intel.. Rep, and Chron.]
WANTED?A man and his wife, without chil
dren. wishes to rent a small H0U9E or three
unfurnished BOOMS,on the Island, suitable for
housekeeping. Please address M. E. M., Star
Office, this wook. au 22-21*
ANTED?A YOUNG MAN, about 19 rears of
ace, to tend Bar in a Restaurant and make
himself generally useful. One who has had ex
Ferience in the business. Reference required,
nquire at J. LYNCH'S, corner K street and Con
necticut avenue, bet. 17th and ljth sts. a'l 22 2t*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY?At the Post Office
Eating House, No. 381 F street, a WOMAN
PASTRY COOK, one that understands the busi
ness. au 2U-lw* bTREETER Sc CLARKE.
C^OOD BARBERS WANTED IMMEDIATELY?
7 None but first-claBs, and apply to DEMuN
GEOT, Human Hair Store, corner of J) and luth
streets. au 2 l-3t*
Y\TANTED? A reliable person to rent a kitchen
vv and furnish meals for families occupying
other apartments; a few rooms being still vacant.
Apply at corner of C and North Capitol sts., two
weeks. au 20-3t*
A LADY qualified to give INSTRUCTION IN
ENGLISH AND FRENCH, can obtain a
pleasant situation in a private family, where she
will have the privilege of taking a limited number
of pupils. References required. Address or ap
ply at 319 Oth street, bet. L and M. au 20-tf
ANTED TO RENT?By a small family, with
out children, a moderate sized neatly fur
nished HOUSE of eight or ten rooms, pluasantly
located, in Washington. Address "Furnished
House," 8tar Office. au 18-lw*
7\LD BOTTLES WANTED I
W OLD BOTTLES WANTED!
The highest cash price will be paid for?
Whole Champagne Bottles,
Half d?. . do.
Pint Port":- do.
Pint A'.j do.
Pir4. .lie Jugs, A-c,. Ac ,by
RILEY A. 8HINN,
I nion Bottling Depot, Georgetown, D. C.
N. B.-ADy person having large quantities of
Old Bottles on hand, can have them taken away
by notifying me. [au lj-lm] R. A. 8HINN.
WANTED?Alltfoung gentlemen desirous of
learning WRITING and BOOK KEEPING
thoroughly in three months, to call at the CO
LUMBIA COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, corner of
7th and E streets. Instructions given at all hours.
Sixty lessons at 40 cents per lesson. aui3-9t*
WANTED?All who may have any work to do
in the Writing Depai tment, such as the writ
ing and reading of letters, copying, translating,
kcepiv.g accounts short hand writing. Ac., Ac.,
to call at the Columbia Commercial Academy, at
any hour that may be convenient.. au 13 9t*
WANTS D?SECOND HAND FURNITURE.
Also. MIRKOR8, CARPET8, BEDS, BED
DING , an<\ HOUSE F U kN ISHING GOODS of every
description. R. BUCHLY, 43$ 7th street.
Je 8- tf between G and H. east side.
FURNIBHED ROOM8 FOR RENT AND FIRST
CLABS TABLE BOARD,
No. 517 12th street, nearly opposite Kirkwood
House. au 23-3t*
TVTICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, single and in
17 suit, with first-class BOARD,at 301 Gstrest,
between )3th and 14th, near the Departments. Re
ferences exchanged, au 22-lw*
ENTLEBfEN CAN OBTAIN SPLENDID
7 BOARD and LODGING at 501 11th st., near
Pa. av. au 19-lw*
TO LET?A few BOOMS, nicely furnished, with
board for gentlemen or gentleman and wife,
also excellent board for gentlemen at No. 6 4}? st.,
betreen C and Louisiana a.. au 16 2w*
MISS MAGBUDER will open, on the IstofSep
tember, a DaY SCHOOL. FOR YOUNG LA
DIES. No. 107 West street, between Congress
and Washington streets, Georgetown, D. 0. Resi
dence 111 West street._ au 19-2w*
r^UMBlBLAND VALLEY INSTITUTE I0~
Micham csbcro Pa.,
, REV. 0. EGE A SONS.
Terms fper scholastic year.
Duties usumoil Sept. 1st.
_Circularlat this office, au 19 2w*
rpUE UNION FEMALE AC ADEMY.?The fif
J teenth annual session of this inetitution will
commence on the Ith of September, 1864. Oirca
lars obtained at the Academy, corner 14th street
and New York avenue. au 16 eo2m*
Session commences Sept. 6th. Entire expense
for 21 weeks, $ 110. Circulars at Star Office,or ad
dress R. K. BURNS,Principal,
su t eolm* Broekville, Montgomery co., Md.
ILITARY BOAKUING SOHOOL^On Balti
more Railroad, 16 miles from Philadelphia.
Pupils have the beneato of a home; thorough
course in Uatheinaties, Languages. English Ac.
Number limited. Terms moderate. Received at
any time. Fine Libraryand Apparatus Address
Rev. J. HfBVEY BARTON, A. M., Yiljaie Green
Seminary. Delaware county. Pa Jy 9-7w*
0 0*>S,Wrf80S. f
FOB BENT AND SALE*
FURNI8HED BOOMS FOB RBNT-At No. 304
L street north, one of the most pi ?want ana
desirable locations in the aity, and within atew
steps of the city cars. aulS-St
POB BUfT?A BBICK HOU8B, on tha Island,
r wall jltuated. PosM??lon immediately. In
quire rt No. 549 Maryland avenue, between 6th
a ad Tth sts. au? 3t?
IK SALB-A most excellent FRAMB HOUSB.
m. situated on south L street, between II Rt and
22d, containing 12 rooms. Will be sold a great bar
rain, and immediate possession given.
MITCHELL A; SON, Real Estate Brokers, south
east comer of lHh at. and Pa. av. au 2i-10t
(VRTSbNT?Very desirable ROOMS, either sin
gle or communicating, having; h.it and cold
water in each, and bath room attached, to gentle
men. Will be rented low. Reference exchanged.
Apply at southwest corner loth street and Mass,
avenue. au 2S-2r
DWELLING AND STORE TO RENT -That
Dwelling and Store to rent, situated on B
street north, between 6th and 7th streets east,
Capitol Hill; Suited for a grocery or tarern. Ap
ply to the undersigned. at his residence on Penn.
avenue. between 2d and 3d streets east.
au 23 3t* H. R. MAR^ MAN.
F~~~OB RENT-FOUR ROOMS, with use of Kitchen
and Dining-room, all famished, at SOO E
street between 2d and 3d. au 22-7t
Furnished house or part of house
or ROOMSfor rent without BOARD, at No. '214
Bridge street, Georgetown. an 22 3i
Furnished rooms for RBNT-Pieasantiy
located on Massichusetts avenue. between 4tn
and 5th sts, No.504. Terms moderate, aa 22 3t
F~ObTrENT?Desirable furnirhVd ROOMS iu th^
best locality in the city, beiun near tne Post
and Patent Offices. Call at 44? E street, between
6th and 7th stB. au 22 6t*
FOR SALE CHEAP-T&e good will and fixtures
of a RESTAURANT ; also a Bagatelle Table,
corporation and Government license paid. If not
sola in three days from date it will be rented toa
responsible person. Inquire ou the premises,
17 0 4>?street, (Island). a" 22 3t*
l/OR SALE?A small HOUSE AND LOT, on 19th
F street, between K and L street; house two
rooms, with tmall cellar, and has been newly built.
Per rale also, a small BUILDING LOT adjoining.
Anybody desiring to live in a rice, quiet neighbor
hood, and convenient to all the public buildings,
will do well by applying immediately next door to
P. Hines's Restaurant. au 22-4t
FOR RENT?Two handsomely furnished^ and
very desirable ROOMS. Inquire at No. 537 >?
H street, between 6th and 7th. au 20-3t
VERY NICB FURNISHED FRONT ROOM
to let. to two respectable gentlemen, at D st.,
243, bet. 14th and 15th. au 20-3t*
STORE TO LET-A GOOD 8T0BE, with back
room attached, lighted with gas. and provided
with all necessary fixtures. Apply at 3<>3 Fstreet,
between 9th and 10th. au 2 > <?t
FOR SALE?The GOOD-WILL, 8TOCK AND
FIXTURES of a restaurant on New Jersey av..
No. 5UO. For particulars apply on the premises.
ho 2"-3t* ?
FOR RENT?a two story FRAME HOUSE, con
taining five rooms, on New York avenue, be
tween 21st and 22d streets, adjoining Government
mills For particulars inquire on the premises.
au 2C 3t*
170R RKNT?A FARM, containing eighty acres,
r within one mile of Washington, on the Bla
ilensbuTK road. New buildings, fruit,&c. Would
make a desirable dairy farm having some twenty
acres good pasture. Inquire of J. \> . \ AN HOOK.,
???> La. av., bet 6th and 7th sts. au 2Q-3t
A' VERYDESIRABLE COUNTRY RESIDENCE
FORRENT?A new and commodious DWELL
ING HOUSE, with a large yard and gnrden at
tached, highly impreved, and a y.ung orchard of
choice fruit trees; all the necessary out buildings,
ir good repair; water good and convenient to resi
dence, and the health of the place is proverbiu.
It is situated six miles from Washington, and five
miles from l'ladensburg, and is an exseilent open
ing for a physician, or any one desiring a pleasant
countrv residence. If de?irfd. 15 or 20 acres of
land adioining will be rested with the above. 1" or
further information inquire at the office of DR. O.
A.DAILEY, Dentist, Pennsylvania avenue. No.
3i>2, between 6th and 7th sts , of MR. C. C.
HYATT, Hyattsville, Prince George's County,
Md. au 20-ro3t*
FURNI8IIED ROOMS FOR RENT-At No. 225
Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Willards Ho
tel. au 13-2 w"
F?^OlTSjfLE?DRUG STORK, BRICK HOUSE and
1 three BUILDING LOTS. Inquire at No. 4 55,
Mass. avenue, near 6th st. au l*Mni
i-^OR~RBNTVOFFICE AND CHAMBER ROOMS,
(furnished,) No. 400, corner f and 15th sts.,
opposite Treasury Bailding. aa 18 lw
FOB BENT?ROOM8 fitted up for Offices, with
good light and weil ventilated, in the new
building just erected on Pa. aV>>nuetNo. 23J, one
doo?from corner 13thjtreet. Knquire at BTINB
METZ'S NEW HAT STORE, in same building.
au 17-lw _
OR RENT?(To Gentlemen,) two PARLORS,
or a Chamber and Parlor connected, on the
Brst floor, elevated five feet above the sidewalk in
a healthy, pleasant, and central location, a few
yards east of Riggs'Bank and the State Depart
ment. 2d door from lr.th street. No. 460 New York
avenue. Also, a first class D^\ ELLING, contain
ing ten rooms, kitchen, attic, and a large cellar,
in the same location, and possession had on the
1st of October next. au 17-tf
OR SALE?A three story and attic BRICK
HOUSE and out-buildings, on North Capitol
street, between B and U,No. 394, nearly opposite
the Washing-ton Railway, near the Depot House,
containing 10 rooms; a vacant lot adjoining; front
of 55 by 80. For further particulars iuqulre of
WALL, STEPHENS & CO., No. 322 Penusylva
nia av. au 16
W~E OFFER FOR SALE, at a great bargain, a
small FARM, containing about 85 acres, well
improved with new dwelling and all necessary out
houses. This property lies about 4 miles from
Center Market, on the Benning's Bridge road
acrossEastern Branch, is in a biifh and healthy
situation, with an abundance of wood. Terms
made known on application to
SWEENY & CO., Real Estate Brokers,
an 15-ltu Corner 7th ?.nd D streets,
I?0R SALE?The three-story BRICK HOUSE
.F and LOT. No. 561 9th street, (Island,) be
tween D and E streets. The house contains nine
rooms, and has convenient out-buildings, &c,
Apply to W. D. WALLACH, at the StarOfflce.
Q08LING HOUSE FOR SALE.
The Proprietor of this popular and well-known
Hotel and Restaurant intends to retire from busi
ness, and offers his well known house for "ale.
Any one wishing to encage in a LUCRATIVE
BUSINESS can call on the Proprietor, 24 7 Penn
sylvania avenue, between 12th and 13th sts.
au 8 3w?
UAND FOR SALE?Apply at the first house from
O the Eastern Branch Bridge. au 6-1 m*
FOR SALE?A most excellent FRAMB DWEL
LINGS or Boarding House.) new and in perfect
condition, house 24 by 40, lot 30 by loo feet, fifteen
roems and two good cellars. Immediate possession.
Situated on the north side of L street, between 22d
and 23d streets. First Ward. Price 83,500.
Apply on the premises or to MITCHELL Sc. SON,
Real Estate Brokers, southeast corner Pennsylva
nia avenne and 15th street. aug 3-14t*
p* URN I Sire p ROOMS F0RRENT\ at 450 12th
~ street. east side, between G and H sts. The
situation ifl cue of the most desirable iA TTas?i*
FOR SALE.?The subscriber wishes to sell a
FARM, containing about 25^ acress, more or
less, distant about four miles from Washington,
D. C., over the upper Eastern Branch bridge. A
large body of the land is in good timber, and about
forty acres of superior meadow land. Title indis
Sutable. Address J. D., Box 3^4, Washington,
?, C? au 1-lm*
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE
v IN THE FIRST WARP.?The undersigned
will sell all or part of that valuable property upon
which he resides, situated on the corner of 16th
and K streets, and within one-and-a-half blocks of
Lafayette Square, consisting of several handsome
BUILDING LOTS, one of them improved by a
substantial two-story Brick House and back build
ing, with good stabling. The above property will
be sold low for cash. Enqnire of T. DRURY,
Wood & Coal dealer, near the War Department, or
on the premises. Jy 8"-Im*
TVIADAM GODARD CAN BB CONSULTED AT
It A her rasideuce. 104 East Capitol street, and
4th street, for the past and future, evenings.
au 22- 3f
MADAM MARSHA, late from a northern city,
would inform the public that she has taken
up her residence at No. 4 03 K street, between
9tli and Hth. Is prepared to read the past and
foretell future events. au 22-lm*
IVOTICE?I hereby deny the charge of Robert
Sibley of my leaving his bed and hoard with
out a cause. I ran prove I did not leave'him, but
he left me I also deny the charge of taking any
thing, except my child; and as for him warning
any person from crediting me on his account, he
cannot get credit himself, and I do not want to
use his name for my support.
au22 3t* ANGELINA SIBLEY.
V A N U B 1 ,
THB BEST AND CHEAPEST MANURB IN THB
The undersigned, having contracted for all the
Manure at Giesboro Point, D. 0 , are now pre
pared to put on board vessels free of expense to
Captains at low rates,
Address No. 330 B street. Washington, or to
G1E8BORO POINT MANURE WHARF.
an 10-tf JOHN PBTTIBONE & CO.
ggg SEVENTH 8TBEET. ggQ
CARPETS. OIL CLOTHS.
FURN1TURB, H0U8EFUBNISHING G00D8,
CUTLBBY, PLATBD GAST0B8, SPOONS, to.
Fifty pieces Ingrain, Bag and Hemp Carpets,
which we are offering at mnch less than present
prices, some as low as 65 cents per yard.
In Furnitare and Housefurmshing Goods we can
defy competition. , ?
Our stock of Cutlery and Plated Ware wa are of
fering at extraordinary bargains. .
Persons in want of Housefurnishing Goods will
find it decidedly to their interest to give us a call,
as all of our stock was purchased previous to tha
lsst advances, which enables tis to offer greater In
ducements than any house in this citr.
A discount of ten par oeoX-JiJSTS nn3?r?
of*?- and upwards. HBNRY^ BONTZ,
Successor to Bonts Be Griffith.
au U-tot 369 7th street^ near L
THIS AFMRROON AND TO-MORROW
Y J. 0. McGUIRE ft Co., Auctioneers.
On TUSSDAY AFT BBNOON, Annit19^, at
6 o'clock, we ?baU ??Uj?t ?ublic sal* on the prem
ises, Ike west half of Square No. 828, -fronting oo
north M. Boundary. ai.a 6th streets east, eonuin
ing about 24.828 iqair* feet, in lots to suit pur
chases. This ?ro??rty i? located near Kendall
Terms of sale: One-fourth cash; the balance in
6,13 and 18 months. Deed given and deed of trust
taken to secure the deferred payments.
All the writings and Government stamps at the
cost of the purchasers.
JOHN B. KENDALL,
T. M. HANSON,
Committee of National Building Association.
J. C. McGUIRE ft 00.,
suS-eoftds [Rep.] Auctioneers.
J. e. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE 0F~ VERY DESIRABLE
.SLAUGHTER H0US1 PROPERTY.
By Tirtue of a deed of trust, dated December 18th,
A. 1). 18?3, and duly recorded in Libel N. C.T..
No. 82, folios 72. ftc., of the Land RecMrds of
Washington county, D. C., I will ssli at public
auction, in frent of the premises, at six o'clock P.
M., en WEDNESDAY, the 24 th day of August A.
D.,1864, Lots Nos. 1, 2,3, and 4, in Square No.
658, fronting on Georgia avenue, between Half and
First streets west, in the city of Washington, to
gether with nil the improvements, consisting of
Slaughter House, Ice House, ftc.
Terms of sale: One third in cash; and the re
mainder in equal" payments in 6 and 12 months,
w ith interest from day of sale, secured by deed of
Terms to be complied within five days from day
of sale otherwise the Trustee reserves the right to
rc.ellatthe risk aDd cost of the first purchaser
after ore week's notice.
Conveyancing, including stamps, at the purcha
ser's expense- ?
WM. H. WARD,Trustee,
au 17-eeftds JAS. G. McGUIRE ft CO., Aucts.
Y GREEN ft WILLIAMS, Auctioneers
EIGHT HAND80ME AND DESIRABLB BUILD
ING LOTS AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, the 21th instant, at 6 o'clock
. m,, we shall sell, in front of the premises. Lots
d7, 18, 19, 21, 21, 22 , 23. and 24, in Square 475. Lots
17,18. and 19 are handsomely sitnated on Boundary
street, between Sth and 6tn streets west, and the
remainder are on 5th street, between Boundary
and north S streets. All persona desirous of pur
chasing handsome building lots would do well to
attend the sale. This property is near the 7th
street railroad depot, and in a part of the city
which is being rapidly improved by neat resi
Terms of sale: One-third eash; balanee in si*,
twelve and eighteen months, for notes bearing
interest. A deed given and deed of-trust taken.
All conveyance and revenue stamps at the cost of
aulS-d&ds GREEN ft WILLIAMS. Aucts.
Y JAS. C. McGUIRE ft CO.,Auctioneers.
BRICK RESTAURANT BUILDING AND LOT
ON K STREET, BETWEEN 19Tn AND 20TH
STREETS, NEAR THE WEST MARKET.
On WEDNESDAY AFT1RN00N, Aug. 24th, at
o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell part of
l>r>t No. IB, in Square No. 86. fronting K feet on
north K street, between 19tband?>th streeM west,
and running back 45 feet, improved by a two-story
Brick House, 18x37, containing four rooms, and
occupied as a restaurant.
Terms: Two-thirds of the purchase money in
cash, the remainder in 6 and 12 months, with in
terest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost ol the pur
au 17 d JAMES C. McGUIRE ftCO., Aucts.
Y GREEN ft WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
PORTABLE HOUSE ON SEVENTH STREET
ROAD AT AUCTION.
On THURSDAY, the 25th inst,, at 6 o'clock p.
m., we shall sell, in front of the premises, being
the illst portable house above the Park Hotsl, on
the 7th street road, suitable for a photograph gal
lery or sutler store. Possession given immediate
ly. Terms cash.
au 23 St GREEN A WJLLTAM8. Anct?.
Y J. C. McGUIRE ft CO., AnoUoneers.
PEREMPTORY SALE Of LOT CORNER OF
NOIITII G STREET AND ELEVENTH STREET
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, August 31st.
at G o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell Lot No.
1, in Square 95!*, fronting S3 feet on north G street,
at tbe corner of llth street cast, and running back
Cost of conveyances to be paid by the purchaser,
m 23-d J . 0. McGUIRE it CO., Aucts.
Y JAS. C. MoGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers.
SMALL BRICK HOUSE AND LOT ON MARY
LAND AV? BETWEEN 4,'? AND 6TH 8T3.,
On Til I'RSDAV EVENING. Sept. 1st, at six
o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell part of Lot
T, in subdivision of Lots 7, 8, io and 11, in Square
No. 492, fronting 15 feet on Maryland avenue, bet.
4ht and 6th streets, running back 145 feet to a wi le
public alley, and improved by a two-story briok
dwelling now occupied as a Bakery.
Terms: $1,C30 cash; balance in 6 and 12 months,
with interest, serursa by a deed of trust on the
Conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser.
au23-dts JL 0. McGUIRE ft CO., Aucts.
pY JAS. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers.
CilANOF.RY SAL* OP VACANT LOTS.
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, September 14,
at 6 o'clock, on tbe premises, by virtue of a decree
of the Circuit Court of the District (tf Columbia,
dated May 10th, ISM, made in a certain cause
wherein Wm. Bird et al. are complainants and H.
B. Marryman, trustee of Z. Hazel, deceased, is
defendant. No. 885,equity, I shall sbll the follow
ing descrioed vacaat Lots, vis :
The east half of Lot 3, in Square 723, fronting 2t
feet inch oi. East Capitol street, between 1st and
2d streets east, running back 75 feet tp a wide pub
Lot 12. in Square 753, fronting 49 feet 2>? inches
On north E street, between 2d and 3d streets ea-d,
running back 136 fvet 3's inches to a 3)-foQt
Parts of Lots 3 and 4, in Square 734, fronting on
Maryland avenue between 3d and 4th sts.
l.ot No. 14, in Square No. 8'~, fronting 60 feet on
6th street e?st, at the corner of north B street,and
running back 75 feet on north B Bt.
Terns: One-third cash; the remainder in six
and twelve months, with interest, to be secured by
the bonds of the purchaser, with approved secu
If the terms of sale are /iot complied with in
five days thereafter, the trustee reserves the rigbt
to resell the property so in default, on one week's
Jiublic notice, at the risk and expense of the de
Cost of conveyances and stamps te be paid by
WALTER S. COX, Trustee.
au 23-eoAiis J. C. McGUIRE & CO.. Aucts.
4JALE OF CONDEMNED QUARTERMABTER'S
Chief Quartermaster's Office, Depot of Washington J
Washington, D. C., August 23,1864. \
Will behold at public auction, at 7th street
Wharf, in the city of Washington, on TUESDAY,
August 3o 1864, at 11 o'clock a. m., a lot of Quar
termaster's stores, condemned as unlit for use,
About 920 bushels of oats, about !9 bushels of
Corn, paulins, buckets, chairs, shovels, picas, lan
terns, scales, stovepipe, brooms, brushes, ftc.,
Also, at the same time and place, will be sold
3!,(too condemned grain sacks
Successful bidders will be required to remove the
stores within five days from the date of sale. .
Terms cash, in Government funds.
D. H RUCKER
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
au 23-7t Depot of Washington.
IMMEDIATE CURE OF CERTAIN MALADIES
1 assuming a terrible aspect, by personally con
sulting Dr. H. A. BARROW, of New York. Pro
iftietor of Triesemar, ftc., Ac.,?professional duties
requiring bis presence at Washington for a few
days. He may be accordingly consulted at the Eb
bitt House, t street, between 13th and 14th, until
September 3d, and no longer, as his numerous en
gagements renders it impossible te prolong his
A judicious supervision and inspection of dis
eases arit-ing from imprudences, enables the prac
titioner, experienced in those specialities, to adopt
prompt and unerring means to remove tbe blight,
and purify the tainted system, which if allowed to
take its course unchecked, assumes forms fear Ail to
contemplate, therefore, those unfortunately com
polled to appear in the social circle with a system
saturated with disease, or enfeebled by perverted
babits, are exhbrted to avail themselves of Dr. Bar
row's opportune visit.
lloura of consultatw n at Ebbitt House, from 11
till 2. and from 4 until 6, unless by special appoint
ment. au 20-tSep3,*
mRIESEMAR?Protected by Royal Letters Fat
A ent of England, and secured by the seals of th?
Ecole de Pharmacie de Paris, and the Imperial
College of Medicine. Vienna.
Triesmar No. 1 is the effectual remedy tor Relax
ation, Spermatorrhoea, and Exhaustion of the Sya
tem. Triesmar No. 2 has entirely superseded ths
nauseous use of Copavia, Cubebs. ftc. Triesmar
No. 3 is the infallible remedy for all Impurities and
Secondary Symptoms, thus obviating the use of
mercury and another deleterious ingredients.
Each preparation is in the form of a most agree
able Lotenge. Secured from effects of climate and
chances of atmosphere, in tin cases, at >3 each, or
fonr Is oases in one for 99, and in %V earns, that
saving $9. Divided in separate doses as ad mini*
tered by Valpeau, Sallemande, Roux, fte., ftc.
Wholesale and retail by Dr. BARROW. No. 194
Bleecker street, New York. <
To be had also of B. 0. FORD, No. tt?0 Pa. avg,
Corner 11 tk street. mar 8-6m*
RY GOODS! DRY GOODS!
p GREAT INDUCEMENTS.
Havinganticipated the late rise, and consequent
ly laid in a heavy supply. I am enabled to offer my
Goods at great inducements.
Bleached Cotton at 36c.; extra heavy, 45c.; yard
good assortment of light and dark Prints at
^Linens. Flannels,'iOassimers. Blaek Silk, 4c., at
LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES.
Fancy Goods?Linen hemstitched Handkerchiefs
S5c ; Linen Shirt Fronts 35c.
A great variety of Hosiery, French Corsets,
Hoop Skirts, ftc. _ ,
No purchaser should fail to call at the cheap
store of . JULIUS S^OEL,
au K'-3t* <*31 7th Et.. between 0 and H.
B~; YETBBINABY 8UBGBON.
?B- J. B. MoKAY, Member of the Royal V. 8.
Collage, Edinburgh. All Diseases of the
Hers* treated in the moat scientific man
ner. Charges moderate. Also, Horses' n
bought and sold on commission. Office at J. y.
Howard's, G street, between 6th and 7th, Wash
ington. an *-?m
Y ffM, L. WALL 4. CO., Auctioneer..
At th? Horn Bazaar, 99 Louisiana wr,
TEN MILCH COWB ANDCALVE8 AT AUCTION.
On THURSDAY MORNING. ?Sth Inst.. at 10
o'clock. we will Mil, at the Bmur, M Milch Cow.
and Calves. Terms cash.
au 22-3t* WM. L. WALL A CO., Aucts.
BT W. L. WALL & CO., Auctioneers.
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
On MONDAY MORNINQJOth inst .at in o'clock.
?JAJ1*Dooble Hous?!J, No*. 4T5 and 4TT
Jitn street, between I'eansylvania irent* ?nd D
collection of Household Furniture,
Jnfood order, embracing?
A^?av,&?v&r .5?f?' Trie-a tete
j?ide Chair* and Rockers
5 u n ? ^ace Curtain*. Shades
Gilt Mirror and Painting*
Mahogan y Whatnot. Eru*sela Carpeting*
11 all Hat Rack. Chairs. OilClofh. an4 Mutiny
Extension Dining and 8 de Tables and Chiirs
An assortment of Glass ami Table Ware
Mahogany Bedsteads and Wardrobes
Mahogany Marble top Dressing Bureaus and
Hair and Shnck Mattresses
Feather Pillows and Bolsters, Blankets ui
Three ply and Ingrain Chamber Carpets, Mat
ting, Oil Cloth
Curtains, and Shades, and Cornices
Twenty Cottage Sets, various paterns. iu 400I
order . _
Two large Cook Stores, and twenty other Store*
An assortment of Kitchen Furniture and Uten
au g>-d W. L. WALL A CO.. Anets.
JJY TH03. DOWLING. Auctioneer; Georgetown,
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS AT
On FRIDAY MORNING. August 26th. at, 10
o'clock, I will sell, at No. 42 Gay street, betweiaa
Green and Montgomery, a general assortment.of
Houiehold and Kitchen Furniture, consisting o?
Mahogany Parlor Chairs and Sofas
Bureaus. Bedsteads. Wasbstands, A: r.
Cane-seat and other Chairs
Feather Beds and Mattresses
Carpets, Oilcloth and Matting
Refrigerator. Crockery and Glass Ware
Walnut Extension Table
Parlor, Cooking and other Stoves
And many other articles. too numerous to mea
Terms cash. TIIOS. DOWLING,
an 12 4t Auctioneer.
Y J. C. McGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF NINE BUILDING LOTS
ON 1ST 8TREET WEST, AT THE CORNER OF
SOUTH D STREET. '
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Anirust SO. at 6?
o'clock, on the premises, by virtue of a deed or
trnst, dated May 7th, 1857, and duly recorded is
Liber J. A. 8. No. 133, folios 22 et sea., we shall
sell all of Let No 6, in Square No. 438, fronting 140
feet on First street west, at the corner of south D
street, and running back 80 feet, subdivided into 3
Lots 15x60, and one Lot 30x80.
Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser.
A cash payment of $20 on each lot will fce required
at the time of sale.
HORATIO N. GILBERT, Trustee
Jy 27 d J. 0. MoGUIKE fc OO , Aucts.
Y J. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
CHANCERY SALE OF BUILDING L0T8 OP
POSITE Til E OLD GLASS HOUSE.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Augusl30. at si*
o'clock.on the premises, we shall sell for accountof
the estate of the late Charles L. Coltman^ Lots
Noa. 10,11, and part of 13, in Square 8$, subdivided
into small building lots, fronting respectively en
north C and Water street, between 21st ana Hd
streets west, and immediately in front of the old
Terms: One-third ossb; the remainder in 6, 9 and
12 months, with interest from the day of sale, for
which notes will b? required with anprovod secu
rity. On the ratification of the sale by the Court,
and payment in full of the purchase money, the
property will be conveyed to the purchasers.
If the terms of sale are not complied with In five
days thereafter, the trustees may re-sell the pro
Serty so in default, at the risk and expense of the
The cost"of conveyances and stamp* to be pail
brtt"?*"yAMI! ADAM?. j
ROBERT COLTMAN, <
au 1? eoAds J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts,
Y JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES SALE Or DR1CK DWELLING
HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH II. BETWEEN
13TH AND 14TII STREETS WAST.
By virtue of a deed of trust from William H.
Clampittand wife, dated the 23d day of Septem
ter, eighteen hutdred and fifty eight, and duly re
corde<i in Liber J. A. S , No. 161 .folios 417, 438, and
43.4,one of the land records for Washington coun
ty. District of Columbia. I will sell at public auc
tion, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY AKTKR
NOON, September7th, at 6 o'clock, all that lot or
parcel of land in the city of Washington, and Dis
trict of Columbia aforesaid, being part of Lots
numbered one. twenty-nine, and thirty, (1, 23,30.)
in Square numbered two hundred and fifty, (230,)
as said Lots and Square are marked, laid down and
distinguished on the plan of said city; beginning
tor said part at a point 00 the line of H street
north, eight feet four inches<8 feet 4 inches) east
of the southwest corner of said lot numbered one.
and running thence east sixteen feet eight inches,
(16teet8 inches,) thence north ninety-two feet,
(92 feet.) thence wess sixteen feet eight inches. (16
feet 8 inohes,) thence south ninety-two feet (92
feet) to the place of beginning, improved by a well
built brick Bouse with all the modern improve
This property lies just east of the Demenou
buildings, and opposite the Presbyterian Church,
and is one of the most desirable resideoceB of itn
class in the city.
Terms: One-half of the purchase money in rath:
of which must be paid down at the time of
sale, the remainder, with interest, in6montha. A
deed will be given and a deed of trust taken to Be -
cure the deferred payment.
All conveyances, including revenue stamps, at
the cost of the purchaser.
Should the terms of sale not be complied with
^rithin three days, the Trustee reserves the right
to re-sell at the risk and expenses of the purcha
ser, after giving one week's notice in the National
Intelligencer, or other newspaper published ia
JN0, D. McPTIBRSON, Trustee.
an 22 d J O. M0OUlKBftQO..Auetf.
/ \ UARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE,
Vat, First Division,
Washington. D. 0.. August 17,
Will be sold at PUBLIO AUCTION, to the high
est bidder, at Giesboro, D. 0., on
FRIDAY, AUGUST '26.1?*64,
OKI HUNDRED TO ONE HUNDRED AND
FIFTY CAVALRY H0RSE8.
These horses have been condemned as un9t for
the Cavalry Bervice of the Army.
For road and farm purposes many rood bargains
may be had.
Horses sold singly.
Terma: Cash in United States currency.
By order of the Quartermaster General.
JAMES A. ERIN,
Colonel in charge First Division, Q. M. D
UCTION SALE OF CONDEMNED H0RSE3.
Wax Dipabtmxmt, Cavai.it Buiiad, f
Office of Chitf Ouartermasttr, >
Tzrti,. . ."iujjartM, D. C., Aug km 3, ISM. I
Will be sold at Public Auction, to the highest
bidder, at the times and places named below, vis r
^^Reading, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, August 18,
^Al'toom, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, August ft,
Lebanon, Pennsylvania, TIIUR8D AY, September
'Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Sep
TWO HUNDRED (?*?) CAVALRY HORSES, at
These horses have been condemned as unfit for
the cavalry service ef the army.
For road and farming purposes, many good bar
gains may be had.
Horses sold singly.
T.m. ch. 1.'
Lt. Col. and Chief Quartremaster,
au 5-tse8 Cavalry Bureau.
j^ALJO#CONDEMNED HORSES AND MULES.
Ckuf QuaTtermeuttr't Qffiet. Washington Depot. I
Washihotok. D. C., July 2* 1864.1
Will be rold at publls auction, at the Corral!
near the Observatory in the city of Washington.
D.C.,on WEDNESDAY. August 10th, 1864, and
on y> EDNESDA Y. August 24, 1864. a lot of
HOR8ES AND MULES.
condemned as unfit for public service.
Terms cash, in Government fnnda.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m
D. H. RUOKER,
Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster,
jy 28-d Depot of Washington.
Dissolution of copartnership.-^
Copartnership existing between EDWARD
OWEN and SAM'L W. OWEN, In the Military and
Naval Merchant Tailoring, under the firm of
E. OWEN A SON. for the last 20 years, is this daw
by mutual consent. The business in future will
be conducted by 8AM'L W. OWEN, at their old
stand, 919 Pennsylvania avenue, to whom pay
ments will be made of all outstanding debts dua
the lata firm. E OWEN,
August 1,1364. [aul-lm] BAM'L W. OWEN.
C. W. BOTELER. J NO. W. BOTELER
C. W. BOTELER A SON,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY WIRE.
TABLE CUTLERY. 8ILYS&-PLATSD WARE.
BRITANNIA WARE. BLOCK TIN GOODS.
TIN CHAMBER SETS. COAL OIL LAMPS,
JAPANN9D WAITERS. DOOR MATTS,
FEATHER DUSTERS, BRUSHES.
WOOD WARE, AND
HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES GENERALLY.
wr HOUSES, HOTELS, AND STEAMBOATS
f URNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE.
SIS IRON HALL.
17-eotoi between ?th and loth ate
PIANO FOR BALE.?A good second hand ma
hogany PIANO, In perfect order. will_^^^
be sold f?r *100. Call at No. 439 G streotfiflfc
nor?h, bet, td and 8d sta. west, au 16 lw*IniTi
OESALE-Aa> aNo.l, pair of MTJLE8, match
varr closely, the same site, about 6 years old.
Bold only because the owner has no further use for
them. Canbeeeen at the Three Tun's Stable*. S4 ?
street east, botwaen M and N streets, near Wil
liams k Jolly's wharf. au