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Ford's Theatbs.-This evening two playa
Will be given ?Tom Taylor's celebra'ed corae
dy entitled '-Retribution; or, a Husband'a Re
venge." and Shriksneare'a comedy "Katherine
and Petruchio" ? booth as Count Priuli and
Fetmchio, and Mies Alios Grav as Madime
de Beaupre and. Kntherine. Tom Taylar'a
comedies are two well known to require com
mendation from us, and we haTe no doubt that
lilr. Booth will sustain th*? character ha as
sumes in a manner that will do justice to the
Geovkr'b Theater.-Mr. and Mrs. Barney
"Villiams' engagement at this place of amuse,
jnent closes with this evening's entertainment.
Tney hare sustained the good reputation their
jnerlt as true delineators of the national char
acter* they portray has given them, and their
departure from this place will be regretted by
?ur play-going citizens. A good hill has been
prepared lor the closing entertainment of these
Canterbury. ?The performances at the
Canterbury never fail to please those who wit
ness them, consisting as they do of such a va
riety of laughable larces, uniqne bnrlesqnes,
iiumorons ballads and fine ballets. The pro
ptamrae for this evening is of the usual stamp,
and "all the folks" appear.
Tub Great Torch-lioht Procession.?
Last evening the grand torch-light procession
of the Lincoln and Johnson men, tor which
preparations have been in progress for several
days past, came off, and in point of display,
numbers, Arc., it was the most effective demon
stration of the sort ever witnessed here.
The procession was to have moved from the
corner of Tth and F streets at 7 o'clock; but the
crowd commenced to assemble shortlv after <?,
and belore the procession was formed the
streets were completely blocked up. The steps
of the Patent Ollice were absolutely jammed,
and along Tth street the crowd was so great
that it was difUcnlt to pass, and this state of
things existed throughout the entire route.
The various clubs made their appearance
between 6 and 7 o'clock, and Staled on F, *th
and !"h streets. And the prcceSlon took up its
line of march over ihe following route : UpTth
street to K, along K to llrh, down 14th to H,
along II to 1-stb, down 18th to Penniylvania
avenue, along Pennsylvania avenue" to the
IS'avy Yard; returning via Maryland avenue
and Tth street to headquarters.
A striking scene was presented at the start
ing of the procession with the thousands of
torches lanterns and transparencies gleaming
in the air, with blue lights burning at various
points on the street and from the roof of the
Patent Office building, frem which point, also,
numbers of rockets were sent np. and the how
itzerp. manned by the Navy-Yard men, in
charge of Mr. S. Cross, were" being fired rap.
idly, while the entire assemblage were cheer
ing and waving their handkerchiefs.
The procession moved in the following or
A letail of mounted policemen; a posse of
policemen on foot; A.C liichards, Esq., Chief
first PlvlBiOir? Dr.lL> H". Bliss, Marshal.
Finley Hospital Club, numbering about 200
men. accompanied by the hospital band, under
the rnar-halship of Steward Hill. This
club bore in their ranks numerous torches and
lanterns, besides transparencies, on which
were the following inscriptions -.?Ballots and
bullets. The friends of true Old Abe. Our
Maryland, and not m>/ Maryland. We will not
vote for the men who would disfranchise us.
Bully for Phil. Sheridan We have broken
through Stonewall, passed through Longstreet,
caught the Early bird, and given him his Phil.
Tories in T6, copperheads in '61 How do you
like our style. Soldiers not slaves. The boys
are with Old Abe. Then followed five ambu
lances, bearing fcrty-flve men, each minus a
leg or an arm lost in defence of their country,
and accompanied bya transparency inscribed,
??We have lost our legs and arms but not our
patriotism." This feature of the procession at
tracted much attention, and the scarred vete
rans were loudly cheered at all parts of the
line. Then followed the Seventh Ward Lin
coln and Johnson Club in strong force,
headed by their President, F. A. Boswell,
Esq.. and marshaled by C. M. Wheeler, Esq ,
and C. W. Morgan, Esq , assistant marshal.
This club had a beautitul national ilag and a
large number of transparencies with spirited
inscriptions and a brilliant display of colored
lanterns beside the full complement of torches,
making the appearance of their portion of the
line a very imposing sue. Among the in
scriptions on the Seventh Ward transparencies
were the following.?A voice from Lexington,
Massachusetts. Sons of America vote for Lin
coln and not for DaviB & Co. Our peace com
missioners?Grant, Sherman, Farragut. Ohio
for the Union, Indiana do., Pennsylvania do.,
Maryland for freedom. Indiana repudiates
Treasonable societies. God bless the soldiers
and seamen and all their brave commanders?
Livcfln. All we ask is a just observance of
the laws, and that we will have?Sherman.
The Union forever, Slavery never ! Tell Mac
Sheridan's got 5*> cannon he did not take. A
carriage abundantly supplied with superb fire
works, which were let off at internals, formed
a feature of the Seventh Ward display.
A delegation of *20 men of the 1st D. C. infaa
try, numbering now about 450 men, under
command of Col. Robert Boyd, stationed at
Alexandria, appeared with the Seventh Ward
delegation, in charge of li- M. Sergeant Hep
The Armory Square boys appeared next,
numbering about 250, under the marshalshipof
l>r. T?wmey, headed by a large transparency
surmounted by a flag, borne by four soldiers,
on which was inscribed, Armory Square Del
egation. A large number of torches, &c., were
borne in this line, and they made a fine appear
ance . Among the inscriptions on their 'trans
parencies were the following: M?ade, Butler,
Grant, Shermsn, and Victory. Maryland
Free. Ohio. T4.000?Indiana, -27,(11)0.
Mtco.ni> division? H'ni. Dixon, Marshal.
East Washington Lincoln and Johnson Club,
under the marshalship of W E. Hutchinson,
J. H. Clements, John Dulin, S.Cross, number
ing over 700 men, headed by Heald's American
Brass Band. With this association were two
howitzers drawn by youug men of the Ord
nance Department in charge of Mr. S. Cross,
who kept up a spirited succession of salutes
along the ronte. This club made a magnifi
cent appearance, carrying a lar^e number of
transparencies and lanterns. Among the in
scriptions were the following ?Shoot the first
man who dares tear down the American flag.
This flag shall rever be surrendered. Penn
sylvania ail right for the Union. Keystone set
in the arch of the Union, with figure of an
arch. Ohio 7*>,000 majority for the Union.
Good for Ohio. Sunset Cox is below the po
litical horizon. Cox's sun has set. Good for
Buckeyes. Sheridan whipped Early, finished
Bosser, wiped out Longstreet. Come weal
come woe we will stand by the ilag of our
A large model of a monitor, bearing the name
of Worden, drawn by two horses, followed.
This was splendidly gotten up, and had on it a
revolving turret, from the port holes of which
two guns were thrust, from which romin can
dles were discharged as the turret revolved.
A Lumber of sauor boys were on the deck, and
the turret was trimmed with flags. This was
prepared under the direction of Mr. N. Kelly,
with Mr. Wm Beron and Mr. Norris.
O'her transparencies followed, inscribed:?
Yallandigham. the leader of the Copperheads.
Up with the starry ilag. Picture representing
the Weldon Railroad, across which a large
Copperhead is lying, cut in two. I propose to
move immediately upon your works. One
country, one ilag, one destiny. Worden de
Jeated the M"rnmac, and Abe will defeat the
.Little Mac. Picture of Jeff, hanging oa a gal
lows, death of the traitor. Grant is the man to
floor the Chicago Platform. Pennsylvania,
l.'0,H?<i majority?We gain four members of Con
grecs. Alexander H. Stephens indorses the
Chicago Platform. We're coming. Father
Abraham?2,?)U,W4i voters. Lineoln's Peace
Commissioners?Grant, Sherman, and Sheri
dan, Farragut. Dupont, and Porter, (figures of
a soldier and sailor.) Leased to Abraham Lin.
? oln by the people to March 1, 1369, (White
House.) Lincoln and Johnson Club of Wash
ington, D. C., (portraits of candidates.) Glory
to the Union and her defenders.
A large ent on a wagon, in front of which
were a number of soldiers, brought up the rear
of East Washington.
An omnihns followed, containing a delega
tion from Maryland witn transparencies in
Mttbed My Maryland the Whip is Lost, the
Handcuff Broken: Hew are you Reverdv f
Phil. Sheri'lat) lick d Karly, Hnlshed up R.,s
f-er, and wiped out Longstreet. Maryland pre
fers Freedom to Slavery. Our Maryland.
third division?J. S. Brown, Marshal.
Lincoln and Johnson Club numbering about
?HD, under the maratial?hip of Messrs. J. T.
('laments and ('aidwell, headed bv the
*pleadia band of 3d U. S. Infantry. This Club
carried a large number of torches and small
lanterns in procession, and made a fine show.
At the bead of the Club a large transparency
was carried in carriage, en which was a rep
resentation of Victory and Peace, followed by
another also ir. a carriage, with the following
inscriptions, Lincoln's Peace Commissioners?
G rant, Sbendjtn, Sherman, Farragut, Dupont,
nn? . *re coming Father Abraham,
?mo il Jlur#. We Honor President
I-mcoln for his Emancipation Proclamation.
M?'.^r?3r " ri'ro?rall^d. and I shall be coin
r or caP'tulate ?Met'leltan.
?So Middle ground?you are lor this Govern
ment or JeffV I propose to fLrbt it oat on tais
line. Oram. The District of Colombia is no
Confer cursed with slavery. Farragut?r>rs.nt?
smridau. Grant is the man to flank the Obi
^*g? platform. 0*r Home-( American shield >
Warden defealea the Me rn mac, and Abewtil
defeat Little Mae. Indiana, ao.sioo maiarttv
for the Union. Liberty. One coaatrv?one
flag?eve destiny. The Union saved. Con
spiracy frustrated. I propose to move imme
diately upon your works.?Grant.
tu^PTi,nrt.0f 8U,ampr Disunion, with inserip.
alt ifainer ^"mon will Bail for Salt
commiader ?Tember? ??Pt- <*? B McClellan,
? ^ hJ" "J-'^phant Club," headed by a ws?cn,
n which was a large transparency, od which
was a representation of an elephant, insertbed?
. ?w ' Clnb,^0 strong, nnanimons fer Hon
est Abraham?closed this division. This clnb
is composed of young men from the Northern
F"pE7H PIVISIO*?A a. M. Prrfiost, Mtrthil.
Tbe New Jersey State Olub lead otfth* 4th
division, headed by the Hush Barrack s Band,
with J. W. Cox, Chief Marshal, find Dr. Far
'py? Assistant. Thoy carried two transpar
encies with them, bearing the following in
scriptions: Jersey Blues have no sympathy for
rebels or copperheads. New Jersey casts her
electoral vote for Lincoln and Johnson New
Jersey spnrns tbe trai'or platform and its oc
cupants. The soldiers of New Jersey never
capitulate to rebels. Hreat failure of the war
[Portrait of McClellan.]
Next came the Massachusetts Olub, under
the marshalship of Lieut. Gardner, consisting
of Massachusetts men. now residing in this
District. They carried several very large
transparencies, upon which were the fnllow
lug inscriptions: Toombs shall nevr call his
slave roll here. The Bay State. The Consti
tution as it was designed to be. the Union as
it is to be. 1775?First in the fight to secure
freedom. First in tbe fight to maintain free
dom. 1H61?Free schools, free soil, Adams and
Hancock, Prescott and Warren. The old
cradle of liberty stills rings for liberty and
1 ree ?Pe*cb, free press. Massachu
setts will endorse Lincoln and Johnson bv
20.000 majority. J
This club was followed by large delegations
from Carver Hospital, Cliffburn Barracks and
Rush Barracks, marshaled by Capt. Emerson.
They carried with them a large number of
handsomely decorated Chinese lanterns and
The Wisconsin State Club was well repre
sented. and had with them a transparency in
scribed as follows: Wisconsin maintains the
right of free discussion in Congress; on the
reverse?Wiscensln good for her share of the
public debt. Badger State for Lincoln, 1S60,
22,000; will go 5,000 better in 1SG4.
Michigan State organization was nnder
thechief-marshalshipofMr. F. J. Grey worth,
I>. T. Pierce as assistant. Their transparency
An ns inscribed : Fifty thousand majority for the
Inton; We furnish Copper, but no Copper
heads; Let those who commenced the war first
ask ior Peace.
Seventy men of Ricord Hospital here fol
lowed, and were marshaled bv Lieut. Graham.
They carried with them a number of transpa
rencies bearing appropriate mottoes.
Columbia College Hospital was well repre
sented, having over two hundred men in the
procession. They were headed by S. B Sulli
van and M. Liltgold Prominent among the
inscriptions on the transparencies borne bv
the men of tbi? hospital were, We will support
our National Honor and our Government as it
is: Lincoln and Johnson: NoCompromise with
Judiciary Square Hospital was finely repre
sented in the line, and the men were under the
leadership of Sergeant Fox. The men mostly
carried torches and had with them a transpa
rency bearing mottoes expressive of their sen
The New York Excelsior Club, under the
leadership of Messrs. Eckert, Agnew, and
Butts, was headed by a large American flag,
and the men carried with them miniature Hags
and Chinese lanterns. The New York men had
two transparencies, upon which were in
scribed : If any man hauls down the American
Hag shoot him on the spot; Empire State- and
Reuben E. Fenton, the Soldiers' Friend
The members of the Ohio X'nion State Club
were present in full force. The marshals were
C. L. Mattheun, a. L. Moore, W. Hays, W.
Cowley and H. Slade. Their transparencies
,ol,?wing inscriptions: Ohio Union
Club. Ohio for Lincoln and Johnson. Ohio
Sons, Grant. Sherman and Sheridan. Buck
eye soldiers vote as they fight and fight as they
vote. Ohio, 100,000 in November.
Following these came the German Cam
paign Club, bearing a banner inscribed : Ger
mans always true to the Union. Lincoln and
The Keystone State (Pennsylvania) Clnb,
with J. W. Wilson marshal, brought up the
rear of the fourth division as it formed on 0th
street. This club carried wltn them the starry
banner and a transparency with the annexed
Big Abe and Little Mac. No armistice with
treason. Peace makers, (crossed cannon.)
Maine, Vermont, Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana
FIFTH DIVISION?G 11. Plant, Chief Marshal.
This division was headed by the fine band
from Campbell Hospital, seated in a four-horse
omnibus tastefully decorated with miniature
flags and a profusion of evergreens.
The first delegation in this division was
abont one hundred and fifty men from Camp
bell. marshaled by Sergts. Wood and Spinks,
with a transparency bearing the inscriptions of
One nation, one destiny. Union forever.
Spades to the rear. Greenbacks versus Grey
The German Campaign Club, with .T. C.
Ruxman marshal, came next, followed by the
First Ward Lincoln and Johnson Clnb, and
several hundred employees of the Govern
ment repair shops. Each of these clnbs and
delegations carried flags, lanterns, torches and
transparencies, inscribed with numerous mot
This division was headed by a band of mu
sic, seated in a stage drawn by six horses, fol
lowed by the Lincoln and Johnson Club of
(.> iesboro', the members of which were mounted
on hor-es or seated in four-horse wagons. The
rear of this club, which was also the rear of
the procession, was brought up by six wagoa
loads of colored employees of the liuartermas
ter's Department at Giesboro'. Col. Eaken
was chu t marshal, assisted by Captain L. L
Moore. Lieut. Barker, Lieut. Walker, Lieut
Col. Woodbur and Col. J. P. Glass.
Among the transparencies with the Giesboro
representatives carried were those inscribed as
Abe and Andy?inspected as good, sound
nnd serviceable. Cavalry Sheridan?Novem
ber sales of 1. C.s* at depot up Salt river. This
war is a failure; for particulars see report from
Cedar Creek, October 19. The Chicago plat
form. (Two horses going in opposite direc
tions; JKClellan trying to stand on the backs
of both ] Representation of a steamer. Engi
neer tQ Salt river, Idle George. I. McClellan.
Upon one of the transparencies born by this
club was the figure of a horse, representing
McClellan, marked I. C.?Inspected and Con
At many of the private residences flags were
displayed, which were lustily cheered by the
various club", but the McClellan flag3 were
groaned, especially the one near the Northern
Market and in front of Parker's Kali. Some
of the bands on approaching the Democratic
flags slopped all music and walked under
them in silence; and some of the soldiers in
passing remarked that they had loved McClel
lan dearly, but could not givehim their re?ard
in his present company. n
The headquarters on yth street was brilliant
iy illuminated, as were also several private
dwellings along the line,especially oa H street
Rnd Massachusetts avenue. The houses of
Mr. Fish bock aud Mr. Lathrop, in Franklin
Row, were brilliantly illuminated and deco
rated, and the Rugby House also attracted
much attention by its brilliant display in the
fca1nie hou8e bo? an inscription
with the words "Peace through victory, by
Grant, Sherman, Sheridan, Farragut "
In returning from the First Ward the proces
sion passed in front of the President's,where a
large crowd had gathered. A continual illu
mination was kept up by the display of fire
works, and the President was recognized at an
upper window with his son "Thad," and was
repeatedly cheered by these in procession
After it had passed loud calls were made for a
speech, when he appeared and spoke as fol
FrlUtw- Citizent; I was promised not to be
called upon for a speech to-night, nor do I pro
pose to make one. Bat, as we have been hear
ing some very good news for a day or two I
prepose that yon give three hearty cheers for
While we are at it we may as well consider
how fortunate it was tor the Secesh that Sheri
dan was a very little man. If he had been a
Inrge man, there is no knowing what he wonld
have done with him. [Laughter and applause l
I propose three cheers for Gen'l Grant, who
knew to what use to put Sheridan; three cheers
for all our noble commanders and the soldiers
and sailors; three cheers for all people every
where who cheer the soldiers and sailors of the
Union? and now, good night.
The Pretidentretired amid continuous cheer
At points on the line where the opposition
*",hered in Fro"?8 t&ere ^as some little
narterii g mostly good-humored, between the
h.ll'ml'Ai0'0" th<> procession moved along,
but no serious colltsiou took place. R
DMno^iti'fh^If occnrr?nce in front of the
unci the Invpr nnri, ??#ociatioii w&s lired^
the names of B?c(Jlen*n'a?'"pendteton* was
consumed before the flag cool ^
caused considerable excitement at th?t nni?t*
but the active exertions of the poU<L orevsntad
any serious difficulty. There is -T .
as to whether the flag was fired 2o^d?nt*iV?
or Purposely, but the weight of "
oneef the horsemen in the procession '
sentwMt of some provocation, real or fin?J?'
applied Ms torch to one corner of ttie flar im
raseWg fender it, with the result above stated
The act was utterly indefensible, as wtu the
similar ac:s of some of those in the late McUIel
Ian prooession who disfigured the Lincoln flar
in paeeiag under it, and we doubt not that the
Lincoln and Johnson clubs will promptly n.
pndiate the deed and the person gulltv of It.'
The affair was preoeded by some bickerings
in ti>e pre f? viclci'y whlen rr>qulred the atten
tion of tl;? police.
An on* i tii# ciivisinne from the enst?>rn part
of the city was parsing a *'onj was thrown
from the direction of Parker's Hall, which cut
a man who was in Uie procession over the eye.
It canned some ex -lteni??nt for a moment and
a wriooB riot was threatened, bnt good coun
sel and the prompt efforts of the police and
good citizens succeeded in preserving peace
A8 the procession was passing Parker's Hall
going towsrds the Capitol, a crowd eathered in
the avenue in that vicinity nnd addressed va
rious tantalizing remarks towards those in the
line of procpfMoo. All seemeri to he taken in
good humor until a soldier with a torch passed
rear the eide*..Hk following a wa^on on'sitie
of the procession A genteel looking youcg
fellow seized the toldier's torch and was aided
bv ano'her The solrtler, though wounded, was
too strong and active for his opponent, and
rvscned his torch from his assailant's hand
and dealt the latter a blow on the head that
made him back water. The soldier then tnrrfW
on the assailant and walloped him severely
wit!) the torch staff. Officer Frazter took the
assailant into custody and several citizens suc
ceeded in quieting the soldier, who was very
angry, and pushing vigorously in pursuit of
his assailant. The prisoner was taken to the
Fourth Ward Station for safe keening. Im
mediately alter this fl-rht the WcOlellan flag
was fired as above stated.
While 'he flag was burning, a lad of 16 years
named Thos. Ooaklev seized a stick of wood
and went to a wagon in the procession and
strnck either at a man or at the transparency
the man was carrying. Officer SeiboM arret
ed him and took him to the Fourth Ward Sta
tion for safe keeping.
Immediately that the flames had been ex
tinguished the flag was rnn out amid cheers
from the McClellan men. who aferwards held
Indignation meetings in their hall and on the
sidewalk, in which Messrs. Aiken. Geary,
Clampitt ard othrrs denounced theactin warm
terms, ar.d resolutions were passed that por
tions of the flag should be sent to every Mc
Clellan club in the country.
With these exceptions, the affair passed off
in excellent order, a fact rather remarkable, in
view of the immense number of persons on the
streets and the amount of cannon-firing and
incessant and rather eccentric discharge of
fireworks going on throughout the evening.
The procession was about 40 minutes pars
ing a given point, and when spread out under
the eye in line on any of the broad avenues the
effect, with the myriad of transparencies,
torches, fireworks, cannon-firing and monitor
discharges, was most impressive.
The getters-np of the affair must have be
stowed great labor and pains on the underta
king to make It so brilliantly successful.
Dkatv?We regret to learn that Mr. Isaac
Rollins, who was taken with paralysis on
Wednesday evening last while attending ser
vice at East Washington Church, died last
evenine. Mr. ft. was favorably known in the
Sixth Ward and in the Navy Yard, where he
had been employed for over twenty years past,
and was the oniy surviving founder of Eagle
Tent of Rechabites, which will attend his fune
Prop. Alex. Wolowpki, the well-known
pianist and vocalist, left this city last night for
New York to fulfill a short engagement. He
will resume his singing and piano classes on
Thursday, Oct.-27, 1804. Those ladles and gen
tlemen who would like to join his classes in
bis absence can do so by entering their names
with Mr. Jas. Callan, at his residence, 4S5 loth
Jewklrt! Jewelry! Jewelry ! ?Beautiful
rew styles of gold plated, for only one dollu'. at
the Dollar Store, 43S Pa. tv., uear 1% st. It*
Gold-plated Jewelry? New and beautiful
Ft}les of Jewelry, both Ladies and Gentlemen's for
only one dollar, at No. 43S Pa. av., near i'i
In tbe Parsonage of the 9th street M. P. Church,
by the Rf v. J. T.W ard, *n Wednfs?lay afternoon.
OAKLAND to Miss
ELLEN LEMMON, both cf this city.
In the same place, bv the came, on Thursday
evening, the l?th in?tant. Mr. KI)WARD CARKY
to MIfb MARY ANN" SWESNX, both of this
Suddenly. on the 21st inst., Mr. ISAAC ROL
LINS, in the Gfith year of his aee, for the last 23
yearn a resident of this city.
Friends and relatives are re?pectfully invited to
attend his funeral, from the Enst Washington M.
E. Church, 4th street east, Sunday, the 23d, af .1
o'clock a. m., precisely.
Onthe2"d instant, of paralysis. IRA PRANCES
KKLEHER onlv child of James T.and Mary M.
Keleher. aged 17 mopths.
His fur<ral will take plaee from the residence of
Mrs. C. W. Heydou. 3*1 Pennsy'vania avenue, on
to morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at 4 o'clock. The
friends of the family are invited to attend.
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VVANTTd immediately-a c 0 L o red
" MAN. Only one who is a eood cook need in
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M. T. PARKER * CO
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WANTED?A WOMAN who understands cook
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lllEADCjrarters Chief Engineer of Defences,/
Washington, October 211. lftU. S
WANTED IMMEDIATELY.-ONE HUNDRED
(100) LAHORERS. and a few CARPENTERS, and
CHOPPERS, te work on Forts across Eastern
Apply to Mr. John Collins, Superintendent, at
Camp Franklin,near Fort Mahan across Benning's
Bridge, or.at these Headquarters, corner Pennsyl
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oc 20 6t* Engin'r Defences North of Potomac.
YV^ANTED?f 1,500 for five years, on real es
" tate in Georgeiown. Applv to CnARLE9
M. MATTHEWS. Attorney it Law, Georgetown,
or corner 8th street and Pennsylvania avenue,
Washington city. oc 19 2aw3t*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-A smaifHOUSlT,
or part of a ITonse, in a respectable neigh
borhood?convenient to the Post Office preferred.
Address, statins terms and location, "Hasting',"
Box 755, Post Office. oc 13 6t*
WANTED-A SITUATION by a young manTas
Clerk in a Store, or with a Sutler. Can sp?&k
English and German Langunge, and brinj? first
class recommendations. Address "J. J. C.."562
Pennsylvania avenue. oc 17-Gt*
Wf ANTED?50.000 LADIES to call at the onlv
STAMPING, FLUTING and PINKING
DEPOT in the District, and get their work done.
3t*l F street is the place, nn l Ladies who do not
want their work spoiled will go to no other so
called s+smping places. We a-" weekly in receipt
of the VERY LATEST STYLES of patten* for
Embroidery and Braiding. S'amped Goods. Ilrs.il
Silk and Cotton foi^saje. oc 13 tf
1VANT8D TO HIRE?A convenient, well-fur
vv nished HOUSE, for a few months
W. P FESSENDEN,
oc 11-tf Corner of 15th and H streets.
WANTKD-First class COAT MAKERS."to
whom the best Northern city prices will be
Wm. Tucker, 8tabler Sc Young.
Wm. T. Griffith, Jas. Lackev,
F J. Heibeager, H. Ribnitnky,
Hmton Jk. Teel, E. Hughes,
Geo. F. Schafer, M. Losano,
McRaeA Taft, Wm Peterson,
oc 3-tf Merchant Tailors of Washington City.
Headquarters Department of Washington, 1
Office ChitJ Quartermaster.
Noe. 534,536, 53i 14th street, near New York av ,;
Washioto*. Bept.29,18H. I
Wanted immediately, fi'ty good 0A RPENTER8
to go to Point Lookout. Maryland. Wages f7l per
month and a ration. Each workman will bring his
ewn kit of tools. Transportation will befurnisaed
by tbe Gavernment for the workmen and their
tools from this cit7 to Point Lookout.
JOHN A. ELISON,
Colonel snd Chief Quartermaster,
?ep 30 tf Department of Washington.
yy ANT Ep^SEOON D HAND_ FURnTtURJ
ription. H. ?uu?il.i. 7tn street,
i? 8-iS between 6 and H.east Ride.
IVIaNUFAOTURID FROM feONlg THAT
IIAV* NOT BEEN
BOILED Oft CALCINED.
'J00 TONS of this Bone Dnst on hand, ready for
deliv*ry< in l?ts to purchasers.
J. P. BARTHOLOW,
Dealer in Hardware. Agricultural Implements.
Seeds and *ertilis?rB,7th ttreet, between Pa. av.
and Canal, Washington. D. C. oc 6 eofft
wett, a bottle of hig
Have you a cough f Get akotUe of hiaTAft AND
WILDOHftftftY. oc lS-2w
D*' *" P^^^lMOVED to 256 F street,
oc 17-lw* between 13tU and 14th sts.
FOB RENT A.ND SALE.
f^OR RKNT?To keoti^mcn, oheap ani ple*?aat
t CHNI8HKD loOMi. on the 3d fl->?r. at No
401 6th itifHi, brtvecB U a d H, near the P?
and Foal Officer. oc 21-1*
F^OBHrENT-A suite t,f PCRNlaHED ROOMS. |
con'is'ing o' one ?iloou. pari ?r.thr'*? 08*?
b, rs, dining room, ao<1 k tchen. Inquire at 3*"? I *
ftnet. brntfen rth ? d lUh.
I^OR RKNT. (unfurnished ' a fln?, comtnoviion*
HOUSE in th? best part of Washington. on I
street, pear the Department*; *;ll be r*at- d on.y
to a private fami'y o' respoosibiity. For address
apply to Box 64t, tt? g.?town P.O. ocilat*
i.KT? behalf* 8TOKK witn a *ood wind >w
Od the avenue, neur Wil ar-is'. For particu
lar* address 1 C KB," 8tar Office oc 21 dt .
1^011 RENT-Two ROOMS. toT a married couple
I without cbildrt-n, on B atfirst door rom t?t
st.west. oc 21-3t*
I^OR JKNT~0ne FRONT ROOM, on the first
flr?r, suitable for an office, or will be rented to
a couple of gentlemen. Apply at 301, corner of
7th and L eta.
F?0R ~8.\LK-The~OOOD^riLL and FIXTURES
o'a first olass Restaurant. Kverytaing ia good
order v, ith ten year*'lea*" of th" property. In
quire of W. B. LEWIS A CO.. Auctioneer*, N >.
307 Ptnnsylvsnia avenue. _ oc >i 6t
EMNE ROOMS TO KENT?Apply on the prem
I ises. 27 7 B street, bet. 3d attd .3d oc 2Mw^_
A NEAT RESTAURANT FOR 8ALR-ln good
location Inquire northwest corner <?f 22d and
? sts. oc 20 St*
I^OR RKNT?A three story BRICK HOUSE. folly
furnished. For further particulars apply on
the premises?113 West street, or 114 Gay street,
Georgetown. oc20 6t*
TBREBOR FOUR GENTLEMEN can be ac
commodated with FURNISHKU ROOMS.with
or without board, in a private family, by calling
at No. 243 Yt. av. and I,Kt, oc 20 lw*
I^OR RENT?One furnished ROOM, in a private
family. on Rhode I*l?n avenue, bet 14th and
15th %t . within oce minutes* walk to the ctrs. *
oc 2t' 3t*
]^0R RKNT-Two FURNISHED ROOMS, on first
tloor, suitable for gentlemen's business runnn,
and one on third floor, in a v?ry convenient loca
tion?450 6th St.. het. E and If. oc 2" 3t*
17?0R RENT-A two-starv RRIOK HOUSE. No.
313 13th street, between M ami N. The house
contains 6 ro^ms, partly furnished. Furniture for
pale. Inquire at the house. Possession giv-n itn
mert i ately. oc 20-3t*
FOUR-ROOM WRICK HOUSE TO RENT, on
1st street, b'tween G and H sts. Inquire of
Mr. DENNIS HARRINGTON, on H street betw.
1st and North Capitol Bts.. near the Printing Of
DRUG STORE FOR SALE?One of the best busi
ness stands in the cit.y, with a large and well
selected stock. will be sold for easb and good pa
per Address "A. B ," Post Office, Washington
city. oe 2-1-2W*
l/URNISIl ED PARLOR, OR PARLOR AND BED
1 room, on first floor, in a most desirable loca
tion, with a private family. No other rooms rent
ed. Inference required Apply at 300 Massa
chusetts avtnue, between 11th and 12th streets.
]7?OR SALE?A GREEN HOUSE, 102 feet long,
42 feet wide, and 27 feet high to comb of root.
The house will be sold entire, or the 8ashes will
be sold separately. There are 111 sash?s. 3 feet 1 Mi
inches wide and 7 feet 6 inches and 9 feet 10 inches
long. For further information write to Bo* 2*9,
Washington City Post Office. oc 30-3t*
? ."OR SALE?A new three story brick HOUSE,
r southwest corner of 2d and Market streets,
Georgetown, D. C.. containing 17 rooms, with a'l
the latest improvements, in perfect order. A brick
stable, ice house ami all necessary out buildings
attached, nouse <??? }ot ,S0xl5<). Price S3S,?JD \
Terms easy, and possession when required. For
further particulars apply on the premises.
oc 20 9t*
70R BENT-HOUSE No. 431 Eleventh st., b"
G *od II. call from 9 a m.,till4p in.
oc 19 2awlt"
OR 8ALB?The STOCK. GOOD WILL, and
^ FIXTURES of that oId-?Btablished Confec
tionary Store No. ISO Bridge street. Georgetown.
D C . n?'W doing & e^od business, ror particulars
call at the Store before 8 o'clock a. m., or after b *
p. m. Satisfactory reasons given for selling out.
jrr'OR SALE?A first-cUss RESTAURANT, situ
* a ted on Pennsyivan'a avenue. This efltaohsu
ment is thoroughly fitted up anl ifl pow doing an
active, paying business. A single interview will
convince an>one wbo understands the businessand
wants a place, ihat it is a rare opportunity for a
profitable interment. For full particulars apply
at once to MITCHRI^L SON%
at 0Dce l? Rial Estate Brokers,
oc J9-5teo* S. E. corner Ph. ay. and 15th Bt.
OR RENT-A two-story BRICK HOUSE, on
_ 12th street, between O and P. Please lnqure
at 525 11th st. ocJ7-lw_^
F'OR RENT?A large two story brick HOUSE
in Georgetown, No. 100 High street, with fine
vard. water, gas and in complete order. For
terms apply \S Mrs. J. C. MYIfRS. No. 19 First
street. oc 17-lw*
^J.0SLING H0U3I FOR BALE,
The Proprietor of this popular and well-known
Hotel and Restaurant intends to retire from busi
ness, and offers his well anown houw for sal?.
Any one wishing te engage in a LUCRATIVE
BUSINESS can call on the Proprietor, 247 Penn
By Ivan i a avenoe bet. 12th and 13th sta. ocl7*lw
HARP PROPERTY FOR SALE -One of the
largest and most desirably located wharves in
Washington city, comprising about lacre of wharf
surface, offering superior advantages for shipping
and manufacturing purposes, .umber yards and
coal depots, is offered for sale on advantageous
terms. The attention of parties interested in
shipping or manufacturing is especially called to
this property. Apply to this office or address Box
3G1 Washington City Post Offlce_! oc 17 eo<t
F~" A~RARE CHANCE. _ _ ,
ORSALE-The STOCK and GOOD WILL of *
Grocery nowdoing a good business Stock light.
Also, a RESTAURANT AND BILLIARD ROOM,
in full operation.
*0R RENT? A FINE CELLAR,
good for a produce dealer.
Inquire CORNER SEVENTH AND G STREETS,
Navy Yard. oc 15-eo5t?
FOR BALE AT BLADENSBURG? a comforta
ble HOUSE and good business stand, containing
8 rooms, kitnhen and store room. Also, granery
stable and sm?ke house, together with over an
acre of rich land suitable for garden truck. Terms
""??SSwiYKr?R?rT * CO ,
4 74 7th street north,
Also, Fifty improved FARMS, various sizes.in
Maryland and near to Washington oc!5-Jw*
FBURNISHED ROOMS to let, without board, at
27 2 F St., corner of 13th. oc ll-2w*
Furnished rooms for rent ?For rent,
comfortable and well famished ROOMS at 450
12th street, east side, between G and H sts. No
children in the house The location is one of the
most agreeable and desirable in Washington.
i?0R SALE-THREE HOUSES, ONE DRUG
1* STORE. TWO BUGGIES AND TWO H0RSE8,
IMPROVED FARM IN ILLINOIS, inquire atNo.
4 55 Massachusetts avenue, near Sixth street.
oc 5 2w* _______
FOR RENT?(P'ssess on given immediately,* a
pleasant FRONT ROOM.nioely furnished; will
be rented to gentlemen only, and is very suitable
for the accommodation of two persons. The lady
of the house is not prepared to furnish meala. so
gentleman desirinfc hoard nee.i not applv. Apply
at 403 9th st^, between H and I. oc8 tf
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT PRI
vate sale a tract of LAN1). containing about
two hundred and tiftv acres, distant about 4_ mnes
from the Capitol, over Benning's Bridge; about 60
acres cleared, and 45 in meadow the balance in
unsurpassed timber, mostly cak and chestnut. No
improvements,except a small house. For farther
particulars address Box 3?4, Washington, D. C..
or inquire of the subscriber, 1% miles northeast
?Bep*6 2m* ' **ri"se' E. SHERIFF.
Furnished rooms to rent, without Roard,
to gsntlemen only?34 7 ii street, near 13th,
Inquire of Mrs. A. E. STEP HEN80N. au 81-tf
369 SEVENTH STREET.
WALNUT and OAK EXTENSION TABLES,
GILT FRAME MIRRORS.
Less than manufacturer's prices.
CARPETS and OILCLOTHS
At reduced prices.
The greatest variety of
In the city.
Successor to Bontz & Griffith,
oc 12-Ct 369 7th st.. near I.
Exclusive sale of the
TREASURE GAS HEATER
f?r Boiling Water, Stowing Oysters, making Tea
and Coffee, Boiling Eggs, keeping a plate of food
hot, and a hundred other use*.
This article is constructed on the most approved
scientific principles, and is the most effioient and
economical agfct for condensing and utiliiing the
heat of Gas ever invented.
N? family should be with ut one.
Advantageous terms offered to dealers.
For sale wholesale and ret&il by
3IBL1Y & GUY.
oct7-tf 322 D st., between loth an^llth.
IANO FORTE TUNING,
I take pleasure in announcing to my friends and
patrons that I have been fortunate in securing the
Mr. A. t. DKd&AN,
from New York, who is one of the most competen
and skillftil PIANO TUNERS in our eountry, and
I solicit orders at our store for Tuning, Bepairiag
and Regulating of
PIAN08, MEL0D10N8, 0RGAN8.
or any musical instrument.
PIAN08 and MELODBON8
taken to our Wardrooms in upper story of estab
lishment, and thoroughly renovated, repaired,
recapped, Ac., at short notice, and moderate
charges. qRBERB f0R COUNTRY,
Alexandria, and other places solicited and prompt
ly attended to, JOHN F. ELLIS,
Piano and Mnsie Store,
306 Pa. avonue, Ik, t. 9th and 10th sts.
Ohickery A Ben's Piano Agency. ?c 1
. *n<U l"kll BCO.
IVOTICB?FOR SALE.?iOO Beta of one. t*?
j> and four-horse .aaeoi>d-hand HARNESS,*"
?ood order, nearly new, and *J0 second-handI 8AI>
&LES and BR1DL18. Apply to B. 8 /OHNBTOM,
No. 3T3 Pat avenue, between 4H ?d <*?***????
opposite Nan 1 tel. J lm?
11NDI8FaRN CHASB, ano?ei, By t. aoolphna
Rosa Browne. l?o?l f RA.H jB T*r*i.u?.
laici see first page.
THIg AFTtKHmow A!f? TO-HORKOW
BT '? ? MoG^IKK a Co.. Auctioneer*
i the Di tri tof Coh.mbU mZi Oonrt of
cause No. ?84 r?nlt?R??^t!%71 ???wl the
al , I Wl,l .ell. ? the We\^ pt
o- SATDBDAY. the Z*. d.r ofOctnbS A*D *w
fv : *? El., Lot? nombfrM tbirtw <2? i
-ir T-one, (31.) in Square numbered orJh * "vn^
(I0f?.) m the city of Washington ? 0D# hnn<1?'?^.
mJ}j. '<>t? front on ?>th street, between L and M
streets north. in a rapidly improving portion of
T-oiifc *'}^lot will be divided in * Uop.rt.
*Wri?,l*t" 7?1 'ben have a front of 25 f^et ?H in?h,?
3D??t % i JS *r 'wo 24 li'l< incbed. all having ?
1 [*et 9 to ? 50 feet alley.
ConTeyancing and stamps at the expanse of the
The title is perfect.
rnK^, * , ? F w ?Nr, Trustee.
oc 5 -eoAds J. C:&JeGUIRB A CO.. Aucte.
TH08. DOV> LING, Auctioneer; Georgetown.
EXTENSIVE SALS OK GROCERIES, LIQUORS
On WEDNF^hAf MuRMNOTIOct. *?,. at 10
K?.CiOC?' t?T 8el1 at <hp store of James F. Gro?s.
corner of Water and Market streets)
, . orsetown, his entire stock of Groceries, Teas
Liquors, Ac.. Ac , consisting of- ut"or'eB' A0M
w B^^el80ffrh^ey. of different gradei.
19 ^0/m. _Gia and Rum,
5 Chest* of Tea.'
6 Barrels Byrup,
16 do 8ug*r, different kinds, and a large
assortment of ?Il kinds of Groceries usually kept
in Grocery stores.
Also, one two horse Wagon and Harness.
ocgi lintel ] THOS. DOWLINQ, Anct.
BY WM. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
couth corner l'enn'a avenue and 9th street.
GROGXRIKS AND LIQUORS AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY.25th instant,we will sell, in front
of the Auction Booms, an assortment of Groceries
Boxes Soap, Pepper, Indigo. kegi Mustard *nd
Cases Drake's Plantation Bitters, Jamaica Do.
Do Old Martel Brandy and line Bearbou Whisky
Lemon Syrup, boxes Segars
Chewing Tobacco, baskets Heidsick, Ac., Ac.
6(1 fcarrels Whisky,Octaves Branly
Lot Dry Goods and Small Store*
1 crate Cups and Saucers, barrels Tumblers
Barrels Cruits. Glassware, Ac . Ac.
oc 21 W. L. WALL A CO., Am'g,
1JY J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE S SALE OF VALUAI5LE PROPERTY
ON 21) ST REST WEST, BETWEEN B AND C
On MONDAY AFTERNOON, November 11, 1*54.
at 4 o'clock, on the premises, by virtue of a deed
of trust, dated March 15.1864, and duly recorded in
Liber J. A 8. No 75. folios 84 et seq., and of the
land records for Washington coun'y, I shail se'l
Lot V6, in reservation No. II. fronting 15 feet on 2d
street west, betwee* B and C streets north, run
ninir back 150 feet to a !5 foot allev, with a wide
public alley running the full depth of the lot on
the south side. The lot is improved with several
Terms: ,?2.nro in r-a?h; the remainder in 3 and 6
months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust
on the premises.
Conveyances at subchaser's cost.
CHAB MrN AMEE, Trustee.
oc 21 -2awAda. J C. McGUIRK A CO., AucU.
J AS. C. McGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers.
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY
IN HIE FIRST WARD AT PUBLIC SALE.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON. October 2Jth, at
4.? o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell, the
w hole of Lot No. 7. in Square No. 76. fronting 57
Teet on north i street, between 21st and 2A1 sts..
and ruoniDg back 133 feet to a 30 foot alley, to be
divided into three Lots of 19 feet front each, the
western Lot is improved by a snug two story Frame
Dwelling House, the other two vacant
Terms: One third in cash; the remainder in six
and twelve months, with interest, secured by a
deed of trust on the premises.
Conveyances and Stamps at the cost of the pur
?c d J. C. McGUIRE A; CO.. Aucts.
JJY JAMES C. McGUIRE A CJ., Auctioneer!
TWO FIN* I!UILDlNG~LOT8 ON 4TII STREET
y(I^kk a'IVni;fEN N0RT1E1 L ST- ANL> N'BW
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, October 26th,
?t 5 o clock, on the premises, we shall sell part of
Lot No. 4, in Square No. 525, fronting 40 feet on
4th street west, between north L street and New
> ork avenue, and running back 93 feet 4?-? inches,
to be sold as two bailding lots of 20 feet front
Terms: One-half in cash; the remainder in
fix months, with interest, secured by a deed
of trust on the premises.
Conveyances aud 6tampa at the cost of the pur
QCW-d J C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts.
J^Y W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
PUBLIC BALE OF A FRAME HOU8E AND LOT
?D 8TKEET8 STRJCJST' NET WEEN 18T AND
On TCB8D,* Y, the 2r.th day of October, 1864, at 8
o'clock p. m , 1 uliall ofler for sale at public auc
tion, in front of the premises, the west part of lot
numbered twenty four (24), in square numbered
seren hundred and twenty-eight (723), fronting
twenty-one (21) feet eleven and one-half (11,S)
lucfces r n north A street, and running ba-k with
that width one hundred and twenty seven (127) feet
eight and one haif i8X> inches to the rear line of
said lot, with the improvements
This proMity is improved by ? frame house two
stones high, with ba?emer.t 1 hi- location is good
and offers great indueeu >-nts to purchasers '
Terms- One-half casti; the resime in three and
six months; the purcba?';- < vii* his notes for the
deferred payments. besriLt m?-e*t from the day
of fale. and satisfactorily endorsed.
A deed given, and a deed of tru*t taken.
All conveyancing and raven ie btamps at the cost
of the purchaser.
If the terms of sale are not complied with with
in five days from the da* sale. I reserve the
right to resell the said p-opertv. at the risk and
cost of the defaulting p .vchast-r.
ASBURY LLOYD, Aireutaod Attorney
OC 12 2a w WM. L. WALL A CO , Aucts.
JJY JA8. C. McGUIRE A. CO., Auctioneers,
TRUSTEE'8 SALE OF SMALL TRACT OF LAND
n iN8ANE ASYLUM.
..On THURSDAY, October i7, at n o'clock m , at
the Auction Rooms of J*s C. McGuire fc Co., by
virtue of a deed of trust from Charles J. Uhlmaun
and wife to me. d&ted March 7, 1853, and duly
C T..NOJ, felios 66, et seq ,
one of the Land Records for Washington County
and District of C-Iunibia, I shall sell nart of the
if?*}.,1 formerly as " Woodstock ."and
? Kosciusko Place," situated near
Asylum, the part to be sold being
described as Lot A." as laid town upon a plat of
survey made by T. Iskyll. said plat having been
duly recorded in Liber J. A. 8? No. 213 folios 448,
Ac., one of the Land Becordg of Washington
County, said tract containing twenty-two acres,
two roods, and thirty-two perches, more or less.
Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in grx
and twelve months, with interest, secured by deed
of trust on the premises.
Conveyancee and revenue stairps at the costo
DAVID WALKER. Trustse.
sep 21-2awAds J. C. McGUIRl A CO.. Ancts.
WAL1 Of CONDEMNED QUABTERMASriR'8
Chie/C^uarurmasttr'j Qffiu.Dtpot of WaskingtonA
iu,b? sold at Public Anotion, at Seventh street
Wbarf. Washington, D. C., on WBDN1SDAY, Oc
tober S6, at 11 o'clock, a lot of
QUARTERMASTER S 8TCBES,
condemned as unfit for use, viz :
A quantity of Com and O&ts,
lo bushels Timothy Seed, and about
20,000 condemned Grain Backs.
Successful bidders will be required to remove
the Stores within five (5) days from the date of
Terms cash, in Government funds.
D. H. RUCKBR,
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
oc 21-?t Depot of Washington.
Quartermaster general's o?ioe
??.<, Eiust Diviaios,
B.OR?4'H,F,?8Es"AOBtS0B8r U ^
market, till November 1 18?4 '
Horses will be delivered to Captain L. Lowry
Moore, A. Q. M., and be subject to the naaai Got
^rnineii%, inspection before being accepted.
Price ot Cavalry Horses, 9175 each.
Price ot artillery Horses, f ]g.-i each.
Payment will be made for six (8) or more.
n i t JAMJM A. KIN.
? A"Ionel Bivision, Q. M. Gen'ls Offlce.
jy ^ u. millerXoo~
I SUBSTITUTES !!! 8UB8TITUTE8 11
AGENTS FOR THE QUOTA OF THE DI8TRICT,
No. 511 Nivth street west, near Pennsylvaniu
MEN ! MEN I MEN !
Always ready to be mustered for one or three
years, at the most reasonable prices.
We will do better than any other, A8 WE ARE
KNOWN AND RELIABLE.
N. B.?Runners and others in the business m nt
liberally dealt with.
sep20 lm Justice of the Peace.
I^OYB' AND YOUTHS'
FALL AND WINTBB CLOTHING.
We Invite parents to an inspection o eur large
BOY'S'SHIRTS, UNDBB8HIRT8, DRAWERS, Ac
which we are selling aa low as goods of like qo?i
ty can be bad for in the Northern eities
gr J 0. McGUIRB A OO.,
WILT- BE fOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION.
Ob MONDAY. October ??, 19$* at 11 o'clock a. m ,
en the -remises of the Columbia Taatit?t4?? for
the Deaf aid Dnmb and the Blind. at KeaSalt
Oreen. rot 'to story Frame Hoeee with horse
cod cow n'lWfi attached. The Baildlnr* to be
removed witb'n fifteen d?y? from day of sale.
Terms, cash ou the day ef sale.
oc 17-4 _ J. C. McGDIRR ft CO.. Auots.
|^Y GREEN ft WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHUN FUR*ITURB
AND TWO 8TUBY FRAME HOUSB AND LOT
On MONDAY, the 24th instant, we ehall sell, at
10 o clock a mat the residence of Thomas 8hoe
? aVer. F?q., No. 17S Ninth street, near P street
'?irTi ' excellent as'ottwient of Furniture, via :
?r VrX S?,a *nd Ppring se?t Chairs
1 Bureaoa. W ashstands, Bedsteads
RtnTMlnHKuri*,,\.tt,MI an<1 Crockery War*
M?-V.??.an(1 K4**hen Requisites
? 5 .?n?*n,Ti0t^_'r articleB Terma ea?h
And at_5o clock p m we shall sell the House ant
Lot, having a front of 40 feet running baek t>" ajn
Alley. The House is a good two story frame, with
8i* rooms, other improvements stable Ac
Terms : One third cash ; balance in 6 and 11
months. for noU'8 bearing inter. at troa day of
A deed given and deed of trust taken.
All conveyance at cost of purchaser, including
revenue stamps. . .
9100 will b? required when the property is
knocked off. . ,
oc IS d QRKKN ft WILLIAMS. Anetn.
Y J. C. McGUIRB ft CO., Auctioneer*.
LEASEHOLD AND LOT OORNER OF IfiTH AND
I 8TREKT8 WITH BRICK STORB BUILDING
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON Octoher 25th, at h
o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell, the Leas*
(running to April. 1871. at an ann'ial rent of f5>, i mi
a Lot at the corner of lt?tk ar.d 1 afreets, improved
by a good brick store building, occupied as a Gro
cery Store, with the right to remove the building
at the expiration of the Lease.
oc 18-d J. O. McGUIRK ft CO., Aucts
JjJY GREEN ft. WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
TWO STORY FRAMB-HOUSE. NO 32T 7TIC
STREET. AND LOT ON THE ISLAND. AT
On TUESDAY, the 25th instant, we shall sell, in
front of the premises, at 5 o'clock p m., a g^od
two story Frame House and Lot. it being part Lot
No. 4. Square No. 470, fronting H feet on K street
south, between 6th and 7th streets west, running
beck to a twenty foot al'ev, 117 feet 6 inches.
Terms cash. Title indisputable.
AH conveyancing, including revenue stamp!, at
the c< st of the purchaser
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|^Y J. C. McGUIRB ft CO., Auctioneers.
YBRY DESIRABLE BrTcK DWELLING HOUSE
ON Ni'RtU O *TKKEl\ UKTWKBN 1ITH
AND 1'2Tn STREETS. AT PUBLIC BALE.
Cn TUESDAY AFTERNOON, October 25th. at S
o'clock, on the premise* we shall sell the east part
of Lot No. 2, in Square No. 32S. feouting kZ feu* >6
inch on north C street, between Hth at>d fhi? Kin.,
runnin/rback ion fe?t to an allay, improved by a
three-story brick Dwelling Houie, .containing
saloon pallor, four good chambers, (lining room,
hall and kitchen, all in perfect order and hand
somel) papered throughout. The aarden is nioelr
poided ar.d paved, and con'ains choice fruit and
<??~Immediate possession will be given.
Terms One-half in cash: the remainder tn si*
and twelve months, with Interes ..secured by a dead
of trust on the premises.
Conveyances and stamps at the oost of toe pur
OC 18 J. C McGUIRB ft CO.. AacU
PRINCE GEORGE S COUNTY. MD . SPALD
irg s District, near GriT>e?ville, s!x mile*
from Washington and two miles from Alexandria
Ferrv. Public sale on Wednesday, October Mth,
18t">4, at I" o'clock a. in., ot the Lodge, 102 acres in
three different lots, -with good dwelling and out
buildices, all good market land, and of the per
sonnl property on the premises, including oai
Chickerin? piano and sewing machine.
T*rmsofsale: For the lacd, one-half ea?h and
the balance ? months'credit. For the personal
property, under J'O cash, and above $309' days'
credit, the deferred instalments to be secured by
bonds approved by G. M. Finotte. oc l?-5t*
|3 Y J AS. C. McGUIRB ft CO., Auctioneer,
LARGE AND WELIi FTIRNTSHED DWELLING
IHtUSB ON G fcTREET NORTH. IIRTWKKH
TWENTY-FIRST AND TWENTY-SECOND
8TBKET8 WEST AT PUBLIC 8ALB.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON. October 2Tth. at
5 o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell part of Lot
15, in Square No. 80, frontihg W feet on G street
north, between 21st and 22d streets west, and run
ning back 128 feet 8,'j inches, together with the im
provements,consisting of a well-built and finished
three story brick dwelling house, with a two-story
back building, marble mantels, water and gas, and
finished in the most superior manner throughout;
cellars under the whole building. Immediate poa*
eessiou will be given.
Terms: One-third.in cash; the remainder in sic
and twelve months, with interest, securtd by ?
deed of trust.
Title indisputable and sale without reserve.
Conveyances at cost of the purchaser.
The hou*e is well supplied with furniture, which
may be taken at a vaiaation.
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J?Y J AS. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers.
BRICK DWELLING "HOUSE AND VACANT
LOTS NEAR THE NAVY YARD.
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON'. October 28th, at ?
o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell Lots 4, 5,
and parts of Lots 3 and 8, in Square No. 878, front
ing on south I street, between 6th and 7th street
east, near the Junction of Virginia avenue.a por
tion improved by a deuble Brick Dwelling House,
containing ten rooms, with double porches the en
tire length of the north side of the house, Thf re
mainder will be sold as building lota.
Terms: One-third in cash; the remainder in six
and twelve months, with interest, secured by a
deed ?f trust on the premises.
Cost ol conveyances and stamps to be paid by
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JNITEl) STATES MARSHAL'S 8ALB.
In virtuer f t writ of fieri facias issued from th?
Clerk 's office of the Supreme Court of the Dis
trict of Columbia, and tome directed I will ex
pose to public sale, for cash, at the Auction 8tore
of Messrs. Green fc Williams, corner of 7th and D
streets, on TUESDAY, the 1st day of November
next, 1864, commencing at 10 o'clock a.'m., the fol
lowing goods and chattels, in port to wit, viz :
Lot Chairs 1 Cottage Bet Furniture
1 Wardrobe 8 Tcil<?t Set*
14 Feather Pillows ^ Chamber Sets
S Mattresses 2 Feather Bolsters
Lot Curtains Bureaus and Glass
2 Spreads 7 Blankets
9 Comfort^ 16 8heet*
Stand and Glass 4 Bad Irons
1 Baskets Coal nod. Urn and Brush
Coal Sifter Plate Warmer
12 Cases Waffle Iron
Nest Boxes 2 Shades,Cloths Pins.ftc.
Lot Crockery 3 Tubs and Boards
Seized and levied upon as the goods and chattel#
of Ohauncey G. Wood and Parmelia G. Wood, and
will be gold to satiefy fieri facias No. 1.291, in favor
of James C. McGuire. W. II. LAMON,
U. 8 Marshal. D. C.
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pjIDES AND BARRELS.
Office Dkpot Commissakv ok Sobsistmck,#
Washington, D. C., October 1". l^t. t
Wi1 be sold at public auction, on THU R8DA Y
October 27, 1864, at 11 o'clock a. m , at Sixth street
wharf, Washington, D. C.:
3,3*'0 Salted Hides.
83 Dry Hides, more or le?-.
l.ooo Sugar Hogsheads.
900 Pork Barrels.
115 Whisky "
175 Vinegar Kegs.
Ac., ftc.. fte.
Terms Cash, in Treasury notes, at the time ?
sale. G BELL,
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Y GREEN A WILLIAM8, Auctioneers.
No. a.)C, corner of 7th and D streets nerth.
GUARDIAN'S SALE O* TWO HANDSOME
BUILDING LOTS IN SOU ARB 880, AND
SQL1 ARE 970 AT AUCTION.
On THTR8DAY, October S7th,18?l,I shall sell,
in front of the premises, commencing on the flrst
named premises, at 5 o'clock p. m., by authority
of the Hon. Orphans' and Supreme Courts, the fol
lowing nam?d property. lying and being in th*
city of Washington, District of Columbia, viz:
Part of Lot No. 2, in square No. 880, having a
fro at of 18 feet on aouth K, between 6th street east
and public space, and 68 feet deep, containiog l,t24
feet, and immediately after the sale of the aoove,
I shall sell, in front of the premises, part Lot
No. fi, in square No. 97o, having a front of ts feat
on south C. between loth and 11th streets east, and
no feet deep, containing t.500 square feet.
Terms of sale : One-third cash; balance in 6 and
12 nivuths; purchasers to giv# notes for the de
ferred payments, bearing interest from day of sals.
A deed given and a deed of trust taken. All con
veyance at the cost of the purchasers, including
revenue stamps. (25 will be required p?id down
when the property is knocked eff, and it pot com
plied with, it will be sold to the next highest bid
der, and if the whole terms are not complied witn
ii, 6 days, the property will be resold, at the ris*
and cost <f the ^J^GnardU..
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HY J. C. McQULBE ft~QO-. Auctioneers.
CHANCERY 8ALB OFJALnABL^E IMPROVED
hkopkktv ON TH* Island.
d> virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court efthe
District of Col u labia, aitting as ?ifloirt ot Chan
? eiy, in crqm Ho. M* Iqyity Dociit7, 1q wnich
Murray A gimmes *re complain ants, and Corn el ins
? ? ** Pr^z?a tm llHfomlAntA on MAN
front Of? IN}** biiv ruiiniii ommm.
126 feet to a wide alley, together with the buildiag?
and improvementa. which eoasist of ? large two
story frame house and hack building.
. TbU "'tuat-i on t street sooth, be
tween Kh and l#th ?tr*ets west, and the sale oferg
a deeir*ble opportunity to those desiring to invert
in real estate.
The'erma of aala are: One-half cash, and the re
mainder to be paid in ?ix months, with interest
secured by bond. No deed given till the whole o<
the purchase la paid and the sale ratified by ta?
Conveyancing and stamps at purchaser's cost.
W Y.FENDAI-L Trustee.
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