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LOCAL (NEWS.
AMUBBMlNTb TO-NIGHT.
Grovkk's Thkavk.4.-L?au Set.-nell in three
of hia funniest characters to nignt.
Toodles," an excellent comedv by L)n>n "jur*
cicaolt, and as .loftn Piter Pillicoddy in to?
laughable farce of ?'Pnor Plilicoddy, to be
followed t.y ?-A Regular Fix," in wHich Dan
Appears as'H u gb de Bras.
I'oRD'f* Thkatek ?Last night bnt thre* of
JUr. liootb. who w'll appear to-nignt in Has
singer's play of "A New ?^y to Old
J>eht* " as >ir ftlles Overreach, assisted by
JVIim Alice Gray To-mo~row nt-hi h* will
appear in "Richard 111," ai d on I-, i.lay night
In "Macbetn." In rehesrs:il, tBe grand i*er
man legendary rtrama, "Faust and Marguer
llu."
CAWTitnnrKY.?If yon wish to ne delighted,
po to the Canterbury aed witness the perform
ance of Cherry Belie in ?bon Ju in," in which
?she has no equal. Go early and get a good
seat.
TnB DRAFT IN THE seventh Ward?The
draft in the Seventh Ward commenced this
xaorning at Captain Pntnam's office, corner of
Ir-th and 1 stress., the same officers oftlcia'ing
ns upon yesterday. The deficiency existing in
the ward was l? men, to *hich was added 100
per cent, making >.i6 names.
Fred Bayles. P st, b*-t 4li and 6th; JasSnring
eaman, 6th au4 I) ?ts; J'hu Br nner. Buziarl
Point: W Berry G st. b*t 4}2 and 6tb; Jas Corley,
M9 )2tn it; Jaro?s <;'r?s sd, II a', be' 4'? and ??th:
JifWis Wilson, st st near avenu>*; 3 Marshal, 31
and G sts; W W.-lfnrd, K st, bet I9tb and ?>tb; N
Hepburn. ?j06t>thst; Baudail Bradlry. bet N and
O hts, G H M*rrai<d, 3* 8th street; J iseph
Murdoch, b?*tw>-t> 3d and 4% and M and N
sts; George Jackson, Vaav bet 1st ami <d sts;
Jame-. Hooper, ti'h ht wharf. Thomas Butler, F st,
bet 4th and Stb. John Springgamon, ? st; Robert
Byline, Jfc7 G st; Ja ues Watsou 1 st,bet 7th aud ath;
Henry W11 lams. ?*tb st wharf; B P Ahaioa. Hi I)
St: H Barter, alley on D st; A He<lg*. M numcnt
lot; J no Baitman, i 2 (i st. Moses C >l*mao, bri -k
yard; M Cooper. c.?r 4Si and K st; H C Bamberger,
alley in rear i>'l U'th st; \V Bartholomew, t>"77 7th
Dtreet; H K Bin.-iop, Ml 12th street,
Oscar Godley 7th st w iarf; J II T Wa--d. 607 7fh
st; Jas Nuller, <i st. l'et la and Jd; Jno Johns n. F
11; W T Joues. S.'i C st. Jos James, D st, bet 1st and
ad; Penis E .Matt Govt stubies; Juo (ilaneow, ?fou
Un> Dtlot; Jno Mhhiim, 134 4h sf: K F Ma se, F st:
fBut en. Utb a id (f ts; W einith. Mid i letoo's fee
house: G Coleman, l-nb street sta-le; M Aleager,
ij/ street b? t nth :ipr 7tii;J B Ano??rson, Ma'yla. d
?arenue, between O'h and 7th; D Daunt: ' th street
T rrsnk^th *r wharf; M MicK,4'~ and ?? sts; Alb
Brooks, K st, bet 4tn and 4'i; Jas Crooly, 85 F s?
Alfred Cumberland. 19 Va a'; Ii?wis. list bet
4li and 6tb. W !?? odri'-a. 7tb s. bet G an I H, J
Ricbter, P. and of 3d; W A C*s9-U, cor Ml av and
7th st. JO Bu cb ?4 F st. J J Gray. 2Ht H st; Jos
? Ptizzy. I st, be tl . and iith;Cha? Wright. SSilllth
Bt; C Kinehart, Va av and 2d st. B Sanford.lll 4t.h
Abra Hunler. ilth st wharf, WJ Le tJon f>2Hllth
8t; Geo Fust. M *t. b t .Hd and itb; Wm Butl?r
Bui/ard Pomr; JasQmllan. 192 V* av; W Fru. k
lan. Afrifno school. J Fraz or 1S9 Kst; E l Wnrder
M<5 l.itn st; Chss 11,1d. 4l3 st. bet t- and Q
Jarri", McDiiro'nt lot; Jas Williams, F street
wharf. James Williams, h'j street, between D
and K: George Wilnon. 125 M-iryl-nd avenue
Tim Ponohue V? ?v, bet 3d an i 4'. st- Geo D in'
ohue C< vernmei t s ables; G .9 Miller 21 ; Va ?c
Wm ^ arD?*r ft] I H t; \\ rn Wheeler, ,*i2' loth nt'
P*1 9on?PV yl1 l2th '3th sts; Peter BanHf.;
7tb st wharf, fc Vi Thompson, Monm -ut lot
Pearson. 5?> H st; Jas W ilarker. .I9ri :2th st- "Puke
Williams, Sd et. bet B and Ind av; C Gravs?'n rear
Of E at. bet 3<1 and 4tb; H'm Fle-mnc 4', ?t J Wi!
liams.s:?i Aaav Jo.< Weal. <197 7th st J Flamme
X -t|_C Thi unison. 1st r-t bet D and Va av. J Rioi '
pen. i th st wi.arl; T A I oyd. Government stable
?> cbarp cor }2 and o sts.
KLtVKMU St B-DISTRICT.
'1 he eleven'ti sub district was then drawn,
the nr.rober required being ift; liumbar to be
drawn,
The first name was that of Geo. Kutler, Sauls'
faim, followed by
Jos Youut, Eastern B anch coral; F E Warmer
blacksmith shop. Go Brjan. East-ru Bran h coral'
Jobn Garner, d.-; Mat Kfebinson, Sauls' place. Chs
Brow i). \\ hitney s farm; Ittosei Lai-in, no*r Fort
Tl:a> er; Timoto> Grifli.b, BolUiers llome- A
Berry fork R ck Cr. eR roai, <r Johnson, East ru
Branch coral; J A 'Makiu Carver h spita!; T Cross
Mrs Pundas' fai ui L win II yl*i, 1, Eastern Branch
cora' James A Wi li?ms, do; .ia., es Staul do"
Wm lUmnt-r Camp Relief; B Wei'zel Eait^rn
Biarch Corral: A Wiliiamx. Ilnrewo d Hospi al"
Jo' n O'Uard. Eastern Branck Corral; U oi ?rint'
yell. Browne Farm; !. Fitch. Kaitern Br uch
Corra ; ?\ Thoi pson. Doug! s Farm; W Abbot;
Smith Farm; F Joi.es. Extern Bran th 0>>rr?l * E
Ljons, L>on< Mill: tt'ss Warner, Camp Barry'; E
lliirison, Meward's D pot; W amitr , Ka'tern
Branch Corral, John Jacobs do: A Ke it, y je n s
Farm; H^-nry J.ic*s .n, Magei-'s Farm ?
John Herbert. Eastern B>-aiich Cor al '
C W alker. Ko< k Cre k; Audrew Watkin-i, East-rn
Branch corral: Lewis Briifas, White's p!,ice; J ,hu
tiueen. Ilarwood hospital; E H >riis. near Cr Hara
tcga. Gug Wilson, llarwi ,,d hosdital. Jn i 0 Xiles
do, A l?uane. Easte n Branch corral; T Fahey ,l,,?'
A irnitb, Mt Pleasant Sutler's dept, W Stu k,' Mc
Daniol-' tarrr, G Mouot a , Easreru Brauch Cor
la:; A Joe, L Millar, mil! road; D Smi' hers, East'n
Bianch Corra1; / S SteWHrt. near Biuke Hill W
Smith, E B c- rral; A phaw, Miidl-ton's Farm
Wm Friday, M ore's farm; John Smith. Finl?y
Hospital. J?s McCraiiner McC ellasa Place; John
Masrndi-r, E s'Hrn Branch Corral: A Solomon,
Crystal Sprints: H S" itr>. I undas farm; Jos Paiue|
H?rewood Ilo-p t !: WniR ss Talbert'< placr-; 9
t Vi-ruoD. H and <lst sts; gA Wa'lace Mt Pleas
ant Hospital John O'Biysn. Eastern Branch 'or
ral. J B Tree. Bright wo. d; Wm Parker, Wiutwr
Or-pn turn, Robt Williams, Contraband Depot
H Newton, McDaniel's f rm: John L^ >>is, Ly
ons'mill; John Bedford Eastern Branch Corral
J'bn I'askman. Eastern Branch corral; P Blair^
G!enwo?.d Cean tery; F Dana. Holme.td's p ace*
Hy Think. Ea-it Branch corral; Jerry Gran din,'
do, a Jista. do. Jotin Johus*jn, College; Oliver
Martin, Eastern Brarn-h coi ral; Ja* l'Olston.J \|
Morring, in Bunker Hi'l; John Hart, Park Hitel
Wm Ptiruell Ea tern Branchcorrai; Jacoo Shorter!
do; G Y A'ley. 15^ e? *?, J H Ja'ik ns ^arewood
hospital: A Johnson Cam mack's *arde ; llySinith
Rui/pi rt'sfarm; Jas 'arrett.Benning's Bri igeroal;
Thob Bell. Einley Hofpittl; ?M Hanilton, East
ern P.ranch corra!; A L n;a-. Carver Hospital- R
SeatcB. I4th stCol ege, >1 W Jackson. Finlay Hob
Fiital; David Jackson, ' ucker's fa m: H;ch'd K-r
y.GeoAl er, near Harmony Cemet'-rv, R Cum
inini'*. Faatern branch c rral; J W Steloe, J Wes
ley. Whitney's farm; Peter Udley. Eastern Branch
corral.
TWKLXTII 8r 11-DISTRICT.
The Twelfth and last sub district to be
drawn, (tba' portion of the county south and
e&stcttbe Eastern Hran h,^ ^ras nex'drawn
the nnmner required neinsr 70; nnmier to be
drawn, 110 The first name was that of R. F,
Msrun. l'nionti>wn. f.-llowed by
A WiiNon Catnp lla-kins; D Dougherty. L*n
?o(T'*eanx': 8aml S<.u?t?r, Gie-boro; J-i>- Bryaut,
Giesbi ro; S bikes. Camp StoBeman W E?e*r,
-Gie?boro: It1 Smith, r ad from (Joo4 Hope to R ice
Course; J Henson; T Wa-hingt n. (iiesouro;
John Kane Gieaboro; M M Hen, C%ni?liell h js
pital; John l> in ford, ?.i. Hbo-o; 8 HaM Bayly's
xang: Rd Carter, Col (k een's men; J8Goidwin,
Beiinirjf'g bridge; Jol n Carter. II ck^y's stabl--:
Geo H?ll mess hous?; Ja-Thomas, C imp HasKiiis,
Join Ccillii gtow I)rii-ey'a men; Jot n Cassidy'
Oiesboro: A Wilsin Gie-boro; J Marshin r. (11 1
Bridge. J. hn Harris <i ,-sboro; 8 Edward. Gies
boro, L Ii Diet/. Uni- ntowu. H il Weils, fiieshoro;
Jas Eatlek, C?inp Ilas-ins L 8pe Iden. Gies-'
Loro J F firay, reg mental stables; Jas Haniun,
Baylif c<t#I, P VVriicht, (iie?bort>: Jo* (r
Draney V men; t Hiii] Homnn, (>ie?^oro stock ynr?l:
i kenneri) an. Insane Arylum; John Savoy, roal
from G(n d Hope to ra?e course; F Ltiue.Miesboro:
P Fit/girald. do; S Sheddy. do J Leary Camp
Ilaskins. Jas Lancaster. Gie*bo-o; Win E'.dy, do:
M Firm, Gie t.oro, William I.ar^y, Gt?sbor.j;
I.e R'ne, Gienb ro; W Fitzgerad, Camp Haskiug;
D lb' ropenn. Giesboro; Jas Neely, Ca::ip Ho ker,
Jesse Asper. Gi>*sboro: W Wilson, Giesboro; John"
Roney. Giesboro; John Mailetter, Giesboro; G?j
Mate, me s hou-e T Coleman <i-esboro; J.,g
Wells. Camp 8to?euian; Tim Shea 1st st soap fac
tory: Wm f.ilmore Cornelius' stable: E Pime,,
regiirental stables; J?--.-e Porter, \ ansci ver's train;
D Hopkins, Baylis gan^: J Plater, Baylis gang;
A Mt uy. Filer Sup't. M Cross, Catnp Stoneman,
Pat Mordy, Giesboro. R Owens, do 8 M Wood, do;
Jas Quieley, do, A Simmon,. Camp Hank in; C Mul
'"V. Giesbojo, John Gomble, i yoiis' gana; F
*'arb?e Bace Coarse; i' Sorry, Smith's farm; K
Morgan, Stock *ard; Jonas Bnrgegs, Union
nPS,: .!' Harneyi._Giesboro; John Lacy, Gie-boio;
7, ?-ID..-' ?voo^j Giesboro; J Fitzpatric-k. Gi-aboro;
I N?!lain. Uie-borB Nolan, do; CR H ward,
near Lniontown. ?obn Bush R.gt Stables, T
? arren, Cmn p llookcr. RM Prii.ce, Col Green's
men O P tete, Giesboro; Jas M( Sauley. Fif?r's
Puprtinten lent P Oro>s. iiraney's men. C KJlins
e.esbrro. RBarUy.d..; E Weely. do P K.-non,'
Me- Hioise- A Matt.-ry. Giesboro; David Steuni
i? . Ti* /- ? V do, Jamei Calvert. d?:
? I lion, (tiesb ,ro; !? Lusby.l nioutown; V\ N?w
*iJ ' .Giesboro; John Curley. Giesburo: M iiovan
Piter scp t: Jas Ora jchty W Fram is.L'nionto#n;
J 'i, ?' K\> ?>? ar for Csrroll
i' 1 ?rkXT G,"s oro; T koua 1. Danny's ?arg- John
Ware, Giesnoro; A Gornily. Rayli- corral;'John
*v Taylor Unioutowo Jesse -Tuleton Giesb..ro
n f|????en. stable 5]
II Wiicptt Caiiip Ilaskins; HConnick, Gi sburo
J( bn McPher-on Staniont wn Jos Ljr l. tiies'
bo:o; CD Wti'ney do; J ac h Lyons Williams
'arm, W McGee Bayly s c< rral; Geo Rotherdale.
*jai pHasku s; I Bos on Giesboro: J Thompson.
l?a 1 ly s tang, <ieo NetSou, Gieshuro;
Martto Nt.l%u, ?!?,.; G 8 Misters; do; T Thomp
?tabl?!!toneroaii: W Humphrey Rejjim ^rit'l
BR r.rt* uhn, >V'i* '?<>">* I "sane lilua:
Hichd Eune^'T ; Cainpbeti. Camp HasKina;
M-i?- y RTmn0,4r"b"Jo: 8 V roa l nn-tr Ft
.1/1 Gie?b..ro; P l),.n?rf.erry <li?*bo
10; Jas ??rnon. ii,esl,h tk. ^ , u
Asylum; T liases. iUyli#'mHaa f' '^."'*ue
Praney's men; Jas Jackson Cam p atone!?i'*n
Thia clo*e.s the drattiun lor th^ present
Lincoln ash Johnson Olpb.?At the meet.
K of the Lincoln and Joliu-on club la?t eye*
nicg, at the rooms on !'th street, there was a
large attendance, Mr Clepbane in the chair.
The resolution of Mr. Flvans, providing that
hereafter nominations lor members should be
'^an,'^!ln(, T(flt~VT,ii ?o a cominit'ee and that'hey
>nan be balloted for as the committee reported
M v*a? taken up.
i.,V7.T^ l!ls express >d the hope that the reso
,h wonld be considered and passed. Since
inii.fn IIT8 In*'t"iug his desire to put the r-so
"ern an In ? *** 'ncreasedj f ,r he had
character durlug the day, giving the
i n Ll W?, employ-d in the
and 1 s !ir?n ^P^r'meut- Mr. Holtzman
10111 ttie club ?rrt"ii*!lfl were now anxions to
loyally signed \y .^r lohn'HS ^ 'h**''
clerk of the suJ And itor sofflc^M rOraner
is a superintendent ot laborer,?.-,* f ^
states that he has been hearrf ? affidavit
< oln and Johnson men can' 10 hnLfJt tU"
but he intends to let McrielT? vote,
claims tba? Confederate Ci . ' m!u T?lt?
greenbacks He is president or n^i o?d? '
association, find at ihe late Pennsvl^ai. 1
tion he refused to allow I.incolu meu'under
bim to r? homi* and vo ?? nud bjiswd toat he
hb-'f-tKt In ou'tiiiK riu.ru the Ltucola aud
Hamlin pole, ft' Oceo.juAti, Va iq
A fr-Pi.tlemar. stated toat ih-re w-?r*? many
m?-n of tins ciR"*-" m office id this city, some hav
ing no politic*! priucip p? Thprew-reaontn
Nt c 1 Moielian men in nffi >e ?one man in the
ProvoM Marsh*!'- office is to est two lire*
mis ii Met leilnn is not elected. He woaM not
go tor Hosing he f>oi>k? en'irelv, bat a resolu
lion of this 6iud should be adopted.
The Ohair sia'Pd 'hat he had been r^qoe^ted
to offer 'he Dnm?j rpft-rred to, tetviae been en
dor-ed as loval, but could not now ofl'-rit. In
view of what had open said b? wonll c*ll toe
attention of ttp m-Ptmg ro 'h- bite* nook.
Thf reccln'ion was nt aniraously a.i-pted,
and Messrs El vans, T B Brown, and I).
Richards, *fe appointed 'he committee.
Mr Fr>-pman, of Mitine, was intrjdu^ed and
addresspd the clnb.
Sbvbmth Ward Exemption Club.?Thia
clnb met last pvpning. and was called to order
by Mr Semraps On motion, John F. Haven?
tier Esq , was called to the chair.
Mr Semroes stated that the draft in the ward
won Id titke place to-morrow ( Wedup?d ty), and
it was proper to determinp at what time tSe
book ol the clnb should be closed.
On motion of Mr Murtagb. It was agreed
that the book should be kept open until 10
o'clock ?Od1V.
Mr. Semmes addrpssed the club, statin* that
had he been allowed to use his owe discretion
in furnisbln- thp drafted members of 'he club
with snbstitutev, be e n i d h^vpsaved
for the club. Thp t >tal number or m-m >?rs
was 151, with an aggregate in monevof <15,11*0
Of <his amount $10,^50.50 nad b-en paid for
snbstitntps for drafted m mbers of the clnb,
and lor other expense#, 1-aviDgin and 84,?
24950. Tbennmlnrof meu requiifd 'u rw lur
nished by the ward, according to his computa
tion, was 16
Mr. A. W Ward desired to know if. upon the
second draft, it was fonnd that tn<?r - was not
sufficem monev in t.te clnb to urnlsto substi
tutes lor the drafte >. whether the mem >ers of
ihf club would ma deficiency
Mr Mm tagh stated that that v under
standing and de'pririn&tiou of the club, it a
previous meeting a resolution was passe 1 in
which every mewtter pledged ni ns^ii o pav
his yro rct'o proportion, if the "uno "-rnaiaing
was not toned sufficient This resolution -va*
still in force, and won i remain so until the
ward quota was filled, unless repeal -d.
The clnb then adjourned until this evening,
at o clo' k.
A meetine. of the association was then called
to order by Mr Semmes, and on motion W. J.
Foster was crillpd lo the chair.
Mr Si-manps reported that the subscriptions
by the citizens of the ward amounted to
#Ki.l()7 62 A portion ot this amount had not
actually been received hv him, but con Id be
obtained at any t'me. He had expended for
rPcTuits, volnntpprs, drafted m?n, Ac,
3s? 2!7.26. leaving a balance of *2,770'16. Ther?
were some hills remaining unpaid, which
would probably redn-e this amonnt to *2 500
The hall had netted the snm of $4*21. with '2't
tickets to hear from. He desired to know
whpthpr it was the pleasnre of the association
that he should pnt in recruits to the credit of
the ward it thev offered.
On motion of W. T Ford, he was dir?cted to
obtain all the recruits he conld: and the asso
ciation then adjourned
Sanderson's Minstkkls.?Th(s celebrated
troiipe, from the Maryland Institnte, Balti
morp, has bepn performing? at Ciira^rland.
Md., for thp last two w^eks, to crowded bouses,
and was advertised to open at Odd Fellows'
Hall, on 7th street, to nizht bnt owing to an
Accident on the road, th dr agent, Mr. Obas L
Howard, informs ns 'hut tn?y will not appear
till Thnrsdav evening. Ocoher 27, when the
lovers of mirth and melody will htve an op
portunity of witnessing one of the best troupes
that has ever visi'Pd this city.
A Ministerial Oall -The Rev. George H.
Oou'd. ol Ma-sa^ht'p?*t's, has bepn called to
the pastorage o* the Fir>: Presbyterian Ohnrch
of th'S city. Mr. Gould bas discoursed to the
congregation of this church recently, and on
Monday evpning was unanimously chosen as
pastor, in the absence of Dr. Sunderland.
SPECIAL. NOTICES.
Gkntlfmfs in want of Scarf Pins, 8!e-ve Bnt
t- i.? V-st Cha:rs, Rii'ts, See., should call at the
BollarBtore 43"sp.i av?ou-*, n-mr \Yt st. It*
Fall and Wihtbk Ci.othino.
New Styles Snperb Stock of Overcoats, Dress,
Frock, aud Wai?iDg Coat*. Pantaloons. Vests
and K(i>s' Cloth'ntf. Fnrriishing Goods, Ac .Ac.
IVe are now prepar-d to exhibit our stock of Men's
ai d Bovs'Beady made CI thing which, for ele
tranr* of style Tarie'y and evcel en">e of fabric and
fnith'uliie'-s of ma'ufacture has not beeu sur
p* fed by any stock heretofore offered in this
market
Tnnse in search ?f Clothing fo'- Gentlemen's ?nd
Y< nths' wear are invited to call and examine our
stock. We can say with as urAnce they will fiud
the right article on the m-'nt reasonable ter-us.
Also, an extensive a sortment of Gentlemen's
Furnisb'tie Goods, coinprisirg everything aeces
sa'v for a c mplete ou'fit.
NO A if WALKF.lt* CO.. :J6H Pa st.,
oc l;i 8m* Metropolitan Hotel Building.
C"R!*>,&r.?Those a!Iii:ted with these trouble
gome ihiUKH whether hard or soft; al-?o, tkose
trout.lod with Buui ns. Callosities. Club and In
growing Nails Can find g'eat f?li??f and satisfacto
ry h-nefit, by appl'tn? to Dr. White, No. 424
Pecn-yivania avenue, between 4,'a an 1 6th s'reets.
No charge lor coirSulfation. oc21-tf
Coloatb's Hosby 8oae.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal
demand, is made from the choicest materials, ia
mild and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scent
?d, and extremely beneficial in its action apon the
?kin For sale by all DrugdisT,# tnd Fancy Goods
Dealers. _ __ !a2S-eoly
brBBMAToaauucA OAs bbCubbd.?Dt Hand's 8pe
eiPc cures Spermaiorr/KKa, Seminal Wtaknts.i, lm
'ctenry. Lor.* of Poictr. eti..*vttrlily .ind tjfietual'y.
Its effects are truly magical A trial of the 8peciflc
will convince the most skeptical of its taerits.
Price Si a box ?r.ld by 6. C Ford, corner lltt
street and Pa avenne, Washington, and Henry
Oook. AlAxandria. 1*6-1*
M
l SIC FOB BALLS, PARTIES, Ac.
^UH8TITl'Tk8: 8UB8TITUTBSt|
SUBST1TI TES ! ?UBSTITl'TE;! I!
MARRIED,
On Tuesday. October ?5 at Wesley Chsnel at lo
o'clock a m., by the R. v Ii H Nadal, WILLIAM
H. II CIPSifL to M. C. RIGGLG-.
In this citv, on the 25th iti tunt, hv the K >v. Mr,
Austin, .1 AM E3 W.CONNKRto LOI'IS \ A, I?I -
VINK, ?'f Lees^urir, Va. No cards. *
In Geortetowo, on Octo'-*r ?*. by the Rev. Mr.
Bt? wn, ft. I! 1?IX<?N of Washington, to Miss
MARY H KHIlDK-S. of Virginia. 2t*
DIED,
On the 2.rth inst , of con ump^ion, BENJAMIN
A DAVIS, in the 2"tth year ot his age; lesvrs a
wife ?nd < lie child to nx'iirn hisloss
The friends a'd acquain auces of the family are
re^pectf lly invited to attend ^is f nera'. Thurs
day ev-ning. 3 o'clock 5tr? street, between Slassa
chnsetts a?eni;e and K street, *
CS SL'TLF.R TENT3
TOOD Serond liaod Tents constantly on hand.
AIjo, New Tents of any size made t > order by
BARNES A -ION,
Sail Makers, !lth street,
o0201m* near the wharf.
LOUIS WEBER. No .?69 7th street east,
spectfully informs his frieods and former pa
tri c? tvat he continues to attend Balls, Par-^
ties. Ac .with his well organized Band of.
Scientific Musicians. No. 5b97thst. east. Navy
Yard. oc23-lm
TVF.W"PHILADELPHIA BT1T1R AND PRO
DFCE STOKE.
Priees moderate, to suit the times. BuHer,
Che>sr.Ac., from Pennsylvania l?airies. Hams,
Iresh Eggs, Crauberrie*. Ac, Te*?, 6<i cents to
$1.5". Brown Sugais. 10 cents to25; Wh'te Crushed,
28 cents 8n penor Crtckers, all varieties.
FLOYD A CO.,
oc 15-3t' 334 D street, near Wth st,
VT 0 T I C E .
The Proprietorof theEAGI.E IIOTiL, Seyenth
street, wishes to give notice that his Hotel is one
door north of the Seventh street Park, and that
he has no connection witn the Park lintel or Park,
ard he wou:d f rtber announce to his fri*nds tint
his First Fancy Dress Ball of the season comss olf
on FRIDAY EVENING Oct 28, 18*?. I be 3d U
S lutantry B?u l is engaged for the occasion.
R MuMSON.
oc 25-2t_* Propriv^or Eagle Hotel, 7th st.
LI KINDS OF BOTTLES BOUGHT ANDdOLD
the hiiihest price will be paid for Oharaoitgn*
1-ottles, at t>7 1 Seventh street, Itland, between ?
and I's'r?ets. oc 24 lm*
J> O T A T O E S.
?Oil bbls. prime Maine Mercers, part in store, and
arriving, for sale by ^ ^ DDTBOW,
oc24-.1t" * 450 8th street.
s
Always on hand good men for Substitutes, for
one two, or thre? yeais Persous drafted in this
District can procure men at once, with no delay.
GEO. II. CASs-IDY. 44? ?th street,
oc 24-2w* bet. Penn avenue and D st.
Butt i r;
G G 8 ! !
C H E K 3 ? ! !f
Fre?ih Butter in 2 to 12 pound ^Jtckages, of the
ficest qua.ity for table ose. arriving almost daily.
Fresh Eggs, prime New York Cheese.
po.Vt/c?ter MaVkTt" 4*i0 ah 8treet' OP"
D. E. DDTROW.
r-e BI RR A BROTH ER.
DBALBkS is
HATS. CAPS Boots, SHOES.
UMBHELLAS, Ac.
No. 3*3 Seventh street, near 1 strert.
oe 21-Iin
J
SHAKE, SHAKE. SI1\KK uu 1 onsor. bat dto
cure at MOOKK't> Ding store I I.? P-iui'aHV?
a bottl- ol hie IN t AiI.ll'LE AGUE CURB
Llsve you a c< ngh': Get u bottle of hi? TAR AND
WILD CHKilttY. ocu-2w
w
w
w
wants.
im/ANTED-A LA DY ATTENDANT. to M?i't
* id Mti' Inly's but ar.d fnr depnrtojent *? B.
PT1NEMBTZS Hat w.d Fur 8t re, 234 Penoa.
aw. 2Hf_
a? ANTfD-'t two respec'aMe young wos?u,
** SITU ATION8?one to cook wwti.and tr?o;
the other to do ebamherwirk Apnl* at J AMIS
RAGEN'S. corner 2d aud O street norti. Best of
reference given. oc?0^*t
ANTED?Ry ?be ?? of No?c "her well F< R
MSbBD ROOM8 -nd BO^RDfor tbe winter,
suitable for'wo v une maTie* coupi?? Terms
not t<> except fw p?r n outh lnc'.n 'in< *?"?,
of to'p't'DCi * can be given Address "Tubal Cam
btarOffi -e oc 2fi-2t*
ANTKD? A SITUATION n*co >k by a yn"n?
single man, capable of It?liai,Kretica. Span
ish and Amerienu: either p'iva'e hr use. hotul or
Boarding hons<?. Under^tdn-**. his B'i?>!' em Best
of references givea. Adarete S. C.,Star Office.
oc 26 St*
VIJ ANTED?By the let of Nirfmb-r, two neatly
* v furii she'! ROOMS, on tirst or seconl floor,
suitable tor housekeeping. f< r a gentleman and
wile, in this city or Georgetown. I>.0 . (George
town iref rred I Terms mnst be moderate^ Ad
dress. statu g tt-rms and location, "H.." Star
Office, for three days. oc 2o-3t*
U' ANTFD-A LADY~that "understands dress
** making and plain sew it'g.in pri ?ate farnily. at
2W2 B st north, between 2d nnd 8a sts. oc 2S-3t*
ANTED TO RENT-A rooder?te sized HOUSE
atid to buy the fu'niture thereof. Address
Box No. 11 Star office. oc 25-2t*
WANTED?A GIRL as chambermaid and nurse.
Inquire at 415 9?h street, beiween F and G
streets, opposite Patent Office. oc 25-3t*
%M7ANTED? A white WOMAN to cook, wash and
vv iron for a airily ?<f 4 persons. Call at 524
Maryland htcddc. corn-r Rth st. Oc85-8t*
\1' ANTE D?A ttb e United Stated Hotel a HEAD
?' WAITER and 4 waitrrs. Apk>l> as ab >ve?col
ored preferied. _ oc 25 2t*
WANTED 20~goods H ANDS to sew on Cloaks
n None hot tre best v>-d *o apply.
S. M MEYENBERG,
oc 55 3t 4*< Market Space, bet.ith and 8th stH.
i? AN '1 NO TO RENT?Two UNFURNISHED
ROOMS, in t*e First Ward. Good references
given. aDd required. Address Star Office, Box No.
^ oc 25-2t*
UJ ANTED? In a private family a 000K. fnr
which a liberal compensat'on wi!l h- given.
E> qnirp at House on D stree* south, between fith
at.d 7th east. Navy Yard. oc 25-St"
\\7 ANTED? By a young man, a SITUATION a"?
?? waiter, or to make himself generally useful,
in a private family. Address M. 11., Star office,
oe 25-St1
W ANTED-A good house SERVANT?ore that
v ' can cook, wash and iron well, with good r?
rommendntion <a German preferred), will ti?d a
go-d home. N<~ children in the house. Apply No.
3< 1 F st near 9th north. oc 25 2t*
WANTI11)? Sev-ral good MF.CH ANICS, used *o
carving in wood or carpenter's work, and on*
accustomed ?o st tchicg harness work. fo' which
?sir wh g?r will ^e jjiven. Apply toB.W.JEWETT,
No. *3 street ol 25-2t"
WANTED-A BOY at'out 15 y?ars old. to attend
in a store and l??arn t?? trade. Unexcepti ui
a' refer'-n'es required None o>ber need apply.
Inquire at ERANK LIN Ac CO.. Opticians, 211 Pa.
frvniie. oc 2^-St
%*/ANTED?By a lady wtioisarspid and cood
writer. emilr>ym?nt -s TOPYIST. Plpase
address 'tnting terms. A:c,. WRITER, Star Office,
oc2l 1w*
WANTED TO BUY OR RPVT-A HOUSE in
First Wa d: mu'-t be near I'a. av.
FOR SA l.E? A FA RM of 25*' acre". 4 miles from
Washing en. Also a Lot of .10 or 4(1 aces, either
fnr rash or in fxchauge for above house. Address
II II L . 134 Pa. av. oc 24-eo3w*
Headqcakteks Chief Esoixefr of DRFEVOEf,I
WaPITINRTOS, October 20. IHrt 1 {
WANTED IMMEDIATELY ONE HUNDRED
I inn> LA'-ORERS. nnd n few C VRPKNTER". and
0H"PPERS tt< work on Forts across Ea tern
Branch.
Apply to Mr John CoDins, Snperintendent, at
Csrt.p Franklin.npar Fert Mahan across Pennine's
I<ri''KP, or.at thpge Headq arters, corner Pennsyl
vania av , and 19t.Ii st WW 0. GUN NELL,
oc 20 tit* En?rin'r Defences North of Potomac.
\\/T ANTED? fl ,r>00 fur five years, on real es
'K'e in <<eortrPtown. Apply to CHARLES
M. MATTHEWS. Attorney at Law. Georgetown.
<t c rmr rth street and I'ennsylvan a a^eane,
Washington city. oc 19-2Aw3t*
UrANTED?50.O00 LADIES to cali at the only
STAMPING. FLUTING and PINKING
DEPOT in the District, and ?et their work done
3P1 E street i* the pla'e t?nd Tadie* who do not
want their w-rk spoilrd will k~> to r.o other so
<-a'l?-d ?tampio? pl*"es W. ar? wupkly in receipt
of the VERY I.ArFPT STYLES of pitt-rns for
Embroidery sn?f Rraiding S arap?d Goods, Bra*<l
Siik and Cot*cn for sale. oc 1.1 tf
%\7"ANTED TO HIRE?A ronvpnient, well fur
v* nished HOUSE, for a few months
W. P. EBSSENDEV,
oc 11 tf Corner of 15th and II streets.
^ARI'ENTBRS WANTED.
Jlead'ivarttTS Pmrrmmt of Washington, 1
Ofiro Chi,J Qitortrrmn'ter.
Nos, 534, 630. 53 14th *t-?P> npar New York ?7 ,|
WaSTTIGTOH 8ept.29 18:4. )
Wanted Immediate1* , fi'ty good CARPENTERS
to go to Pi-int Lookout Maryland. Wages fr> per
month and a ration Each wnrkman will bring nia
own kit of tools. Transportati- D will befurni-tied
by the Gsvernment for the workmen and their
tools from this city to Pom4, Lookout
JOHN A BLI80N,
Colonel ?nd Chief Quartermaster,
sep 3"-tf Department of Washington.
WA N TE D?SECOND HAND ?UKNITUR1
Also, MIRRORS CARPETb. BEDS. BED
DING, an^ BOU8BEURN1SHING GOODS of every
description R BUCHLY 4 2*? 7th street.
?e 8
ption K bi uhlt av f.n mreet.
ff between O and H.east side
SBV1NTH 8TREBT. [
S T I L t SELLING OFF.
I have still a large stock of seasonable and de.
sirable Domestic and Foreign DRY GOODS on
hand, which must be s'Id before the first of Jan
uary, and mention among others?
Bit-ached Muslins, at 40 cents.
Calicoes, at 3 cents
Very best Do. at 37H cents.
All wool White Flannels, 60 cents.
Sheetings, 50 to 75 certs.
Latest Style Cloaks, at prices to defy all com
petition.
Delaines, Merinoes, Alpacas. &. at greatly
reduced prices.
Shirt Booom? 35 cents.
In tact, a general assortment of
DRV AND FANCY GO DS
in variety sufficien to suit the most fastidious.
Come one, come all, to the Ore Ba-gain Store
of JULIUS SYCEL,
oc 22-lw* 421 Seventh street.
F
ALL GOODS.
JUST RECBI\ ED
AT
377 SEVENTD STREET.
Having Just returned from New York I wonld
respectful y call the attention of the citizens o
Washington, Georgetow n and Alexandria to oar
large and well assorted stock of go<>dH, comprising
in part?
PATTERN BONNETS,
HATS <>f sll the tillVrent styles,
EBtNCII El OWFR .RIBBON-',
Mil LINERY OOODS. NOTIONS,
TRESS Gw<>DS, Sll A *VLS
COTTONS FLANNKLS. Ac.. Ac.,
with a general assortment too numerous to men
'.ion
Having purchased the nbove since the heavy de
cline in gold. I am prepared to sell at prices which
dety competition.
oc 12 iw* Mrs A.McCLOSKY
II8SES O BRYAN No. 1.107 Walnut street,
I Philadelphia, have lust rece've" a la ge^
and ban' some ai-Ro ttuent of FRENCH MID
LINE - Y. to which tl>p attention of the la
dies is invited. Particular care given to orders.
oc II-Im*
J 0 M ETHING NBW.
m
? ireet,
?
s
Exe'usive sale of the
TREASURE GAS HEATER
far Boiling Water, St-wing Oys'ors making Tea
and Cofft;e. Boiling Egis. Kppping a plate of food
hot, and a hundred othpruse-.
T1'ie articl" is construeed on the most approved
scientific principles, and is the most ettici'-nt and
economical ag> ttfor condensing and utilizing the
heat ot Ga? ever Invpcted.
Nt faNiilv should be wth nt one.
Advantageous tenrs offered to dealers
For sale wholesale and retail bv^ ^ quY.
oct7 tf 322 D st., between 1 ih anl lltn.
^ UCTI0N SALE OF CONDEMNED HORSES.
Qcabtirmastkr GKs.'s^rviOft. 1st Di visios. /
?Washiwotos City, October 1.18-<4 S
Willbe8G?u at Public Auction, to the highest
bidder, at tk? Mme and places named below, via:
Mitllin, Pennsylvania. THLiRoDAY October 13,
U'f4.
Wilmington, Delaware, TH U BSD AY, October 2",
1864.
York, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, October 27,
1864
TWO HUNDRED CAVALRY HORSES, at each
P THiese horses have been condesaned at unfit for
the cavalry ??rvice*?f tht army.
For road and faricing purposes, many good bar
gains may be had.
Horses sold singly. t*a'es to commence at 10 a. m.
Terms cash. In United States currency.
B? order of the yoartern x-t^r Geu >r*l.
U, oroer oi iue w JAMBS A 1KIN,
Colonel in charge 1st Division, Q. M G. 0.
oc 1 t6t
L
ADIES' FINE DRAS8 EUttB.
LADIBS' AND MISSB8 TRIMMED HATS.
Will be opened to day a large and beautiful as
sortment oi theabrve g- ds, which will be sold
?< "" >-'n ?""B' ff.'8Tl*lf KM BT7.*3,
234 Pernsylvania avenue,
oc 17-lw Two doors fro:^ 13 h st.
m
Draper
Kricbiten'
nationr Neilt A fmnn s uompenaiam, i riomaa'
Pronouncing Medical Dictionary; (tray's Aua
tomy; Wcda' Practice, 2 vols.; Woods' Thera
^?S28' 2 V"lg' FRANCK TAYLOR^
AF^Of R1CBMOND AND SURROUNDING
FUR RENT AND
FOH RKNT-A two story BtlCR HOU8E cou
taiDiDg four to ms. apply to JAC'JB
1st street,Capitol Hill.
FfOK RENT?Four finished BID CnAM'iKR1*.
*n<1 >w0 FRAME BOTSES for ?* e. Inquire
at 4'J4 E ?t.. bit. 8th scdy.h north. oe
l^OB RKNT?To t ert-^men, cheap nil pleasant
r FURNISHED ROOMS, on the 2d floor. at No.
401 fitb street, between G a <1 H, near tha Pa ?ft
and Pom Offi ~ee. lt
FTTRM BED ROOM? TOR BKST No. 293 Pa.
a*.. bet. 9th sml Mtn sts , soats side. Al o. 2
rooiDAoD first "cor. suitable forshowing good*. or
ware ri.rms. Inqui'e within. oc 3t
F~oiTkkNT= ATargePARLOR and BSD *00U,
? n H'?coQ<i fie ?r neatly fornicfte<i, jait 1 l>ioc*
from the m.rs. Applv at 234 H street, between
19ih and ?otb. oc3'-3t*
IrOR SALE OR RBfTT~A~FRAMB H(HT8K. sit
uate! or R s'reet, between 19tn and 2 th. with
grocery a?id liqu* r store attached In for sa?e or
rent, with stock if wanted. Inquire at tU?place.
oc 2i>-2t*
I70B SALE-A~:ar*e,new and conveniently built
C(>TTAtiE.c ntaining ten rooms all private,
together with the Lot, 60 by 130 feet, to a SO font
ali?*y Finely lucated ia upper part of the A.*'011
uc?r route. Apply te 35?i Uth street tortn
door f oro M. oc?v**
R
00MS FOP. REN r?At 421 5tn streei. between
E and F. Reference required oc'J5-3t
F~0R P,ENT?One FR0NT_R<>0M, on the first
t'oor. suitable for ito office. Apply at 304
corner 7tb and H sts oc 2-?-3t
l^OR RF.NT-X Brick HOUSE with si* moms,
J situated on 2d, neur H street. Inquire at Mr.
READY'S,cor. Uth and K fits. oc 25 2t*
^TORB~FOR_BENT^On" tlie corner Uth andIN
streets, at present doing a good business
quir?* on the premises. oc ?5 3t
F^URNISHED ROOMITfOR RENT-A we'l fur
nished PARLOR and BED ROOM on the qrst
floor, at Nt. 425 11th st., bet. G and II. ociVlw*
FOR R1NT-A HOUSE with 8 rooms. No lOi
4th st. Inquire No. 12 Centre Marsst Space,
bet 8th and nth sts. Possession any time.
oc 25 2t* D A. RHODES.
1<'OB BKNT ? Two UNFORNI8HED R00M3,
suitable for housekeeping. Terms modfrate.
17th street, between K and L, 1st frame house,
oc 2ft-rit*_
FOR RENT?Larjie and elegant suite of ROOMS,
suitable for a Foreign Minister or Senator
Also separate rooms: private table if desired, 4 02
)3th St., bet. G and II. oc 25-3t*~
?TOR BENT ? A three story FURNISHEO
P HOUSE, ple-santly located. with g*s and
water. Inquire of C O. THOMPSON, at the Pen
sion Office. oc 25 St*
FM'RNIBHED ROOMS TO RENT?At No. 2- lv
st between 7th and Sth sts.. opposite the
Northern liberty Market House. Table boarders
also taken. oc 25-1 w*
I^URNISHED ROO?S.?Two larjre neat y fur
nist.ed rooms. communicating. rented sepa
rate or to get b r. at 4 11> r.th street, between G and
II, near the Patent OBice. Good reference re
quired^ oc 25-3f
fc/OR BENT?BRICK COTTAGE, one block from
JF the Capitol, h;ilt block fr m street ca?-s.s?ven
rooms, well furnit-hed. n-'at and clean. Rent to be
paid in iable boaid Possession given at once,
Iiquire at 325 north B St., between Delaware av.
and 1st st. oc 25 3t*
F"M)R KENT, IN GEORGETOWN.?I have a
comfor'able 2ii story BRICK IIO'^SS contain
ir>B, in all. U room?, for rent. Also, a FRAMS
HOUSE very eligibly located .containing 9 room?,
both in G orgetown, I) C.
0025 3t* F. 'A. JONES. Attornwyat Law.
tTOR RFNT?2 furniibed R0T)MS nnd a ba'.e
wTmen < free at 3(>.*> C street, near 4'g. cc?4- >t*
^JTORE F0R8ALK.?Applv atNo.3(>?7th street,
~ next t?> tbe corner of I.
oc 24 lw* VIRGIL ^ ANNUCHI.
IT'OR RENT?Two communicating ROOSIS 'fur*
nished ) on secend Hoor. without boara. 51<>
L street. : etweeu 9th and 10th. oc ?t 3t*
HOI-'SfcS^ANr? UITS FOR SALE-On H and G
ttreets north.cn Ma ne and Maryland ave
r ues, l> aud K south, i'Dd street, we^t, between
M ard N south. B. MILBLRN, U.S. Jail.
o<- 21 im'
ONE FT RNISHKD and one UNFURNISHED
ROOM for rent wi hont board. Boardu g
house in 'be niichborhood, wher- meals are
served. Apply a* No. 320 New York avenue, b*
tween 9th and l"th >ta. oc ^4 6f.
1,\R RENT-Three UNFUKNI311KD ROjMS,
I fuitable for housekeeping, with a resp^ctabl"
family, near the Tri asurv Department, to a small
?nd respectable family. Rent wi'.l be moderate.
Immediate possess on given. Inquire at the St*r
office. "c 2i n
IT'OR BEN"''?A very <les rabi? HOURS, on '<th
F street, between E and K. containii g It rooms;
immediate possession given; will be
to a responsible party. Inqu re a' LOOM13 K.
MAYHEW'8,231 l'a. av? opposite Wil'ard s.
oc 21 3t*
I/OR SALE?The GOOD WILL and FIXTT'RES
F of a first class Bestauraut. Kverytbing iu good
order with t?*n years' lease of th'- property. In
quire of W B. 1EWI8 A CO.. Auc-ioneer-, Nj,
307 Pennsylvania avenne. oc 21 6t
INB KUOMS"T0~KENT?Aopl v on the prem
ises, 27 7 Betreet, bet. M ?dM oc2?-lw*
irREK^OR "FOUR tIENTLEMBN can be ac
commodated with FT RN ISHKU ROOMS, w^ith
or without board, in a private fi.mily, by calling
a' N o. 24 3 Yt. av. and L st^ oc 20- lw
DRUG STORE FOR SAL E?One of the beit busi
ness stands in the ci*y. with a large and well
selected t-tock. will b?* sold for cash and good pa
per Address "A. B ," Post Office, Washington
city. 2?.2i-2J^_
(.'OB BALE?A uew three storr brick HOUSE,
r southwest corner of id and Market streets,
George-'own, D. C., containing 17 rooms, with a'l
the latf st improvements, in perfect order A bri-k
stable ice house and all necessary out buildings
attached. House 4^)3 lot 80x150. Price ?M,00>.
Terms easy, and possession when required. *or
further particulars apply on the premises.
oc 20 9t*
^OBLING HOUSE FOR SALE.
The Proprietor of ibis popular and well-known
Hotel and Rmfaurant intends to retire from busi
ness. and offers bis well mown honse for sal^
Any one wishing te. engage in a LUCRATIvg
BUPIN ES8 can call r<n the Proprietor. -J47 Penn^
fly 1 vacia gveono bet. 12th and 13tb sts. oc\7-2<w
ri A RARE CHANCE.
r OR SALE-The STOOK and GOOD WILL of a
Hrncftrv nov dciinti a ?T*m>-1 bnpin^Rf. Htf?ck IiiTriL.
?Also7a RESTAURANT AND BILLIARD ROO.M,
in fu<l operation.
t0U KENT_A MNE CELLAR.
yoOd for a produce dealer.
Inquire CORNER SEVENTH AND G STREETS,
Navy YarO. oc I5-eo5t?
C^OR SALE?A hrst-c'afs RKSTAURANT, situ
r ated on PbBiiSy.vania avenue. This establish
ment is thoroughly fitted up an^ is now do ins an
aotive, paying business. A interview will
convince anvone wPo understands the busmessand
waDts a pla^e, ihst it is a rare opportunity tor a
profitable infe-Umeut. ?J0I^VJa1.P1art,?alaa(^ apply
at nnre to MIltnbliL A: ,
at once to K al KrUte nr?kers.
oci9-f>teo* S X. corner Pa. av and lrth at.
jIAHF PROPERTY FOR SALE?One of the
largest and most desirably located wharves in
Wasbingtcn city, comprising about lacre of wb*rf
surface, offeriiik snpenor advantages for shipping
and "manufacturing purposes, lumber y ir U -nd
coal depots, is offered for sale on advaotageou
terms. The attention of parties interested 111
shipping or nianvfac uringis especially called to
this property. Apply to this office or a idr- ss Bos
301 Washington City Post Office. oc 1< eoot
FOR RALE AT BLADIMSBUBG?A comfort*
ble HOUSE and good buuineas stanu, containing
8 rooms, kitchen and store room. Also granery
stable and sm?k? house, together with over an
acre of rich land s liiable for garden truck. Terms
moderate, and %FpT K co
4(4 7tii street north ,
Also, Fifty improved FARMS, various sizes in
Maryland ai;d n>-arto Washington
t/URN 1811 ED ROOMS to let, without board, at
1/ ?7 2 F Bl., comer of 13th. oc 11-.w
Furnished rooms for RENT^T?lr .rV&
comlortabi- and well furnished ROCM3 at 4-jO
12tb s'reet. east side, b-tween G and, U ts. wo
children in the bouse The location is one of the
most agreeable and desirable iu Washington,
oc im
1_;U!R_8 ALE-THREE MOUSES, ONE DtiT'O
4 STORE TWO BTttOIES AND TWO HORSES,
IMPROVED FARM IN ILLINOIS Inquire at N j.
455 Massachusetts avenue, neai Sixth street.
oc 6 Sw*
'OR RENT?< P ssesson gsven immediately.! a
pleasant FRONT ROOM,nicely furnis' ed; will
be rented *o g ntlt men only and is very su'tatile
for the accommodation of two pers -ns 1 he la ly
of the house is not prepared to furnish meais; ^o
gentlemen desiring board n?ed not apply. Apply
at 403 9th St., oetweao H and I. oc5 tf
TiUliTUNlVEBSlGNED "W ILL SELL AT PltT
I \ ate sale a tract of LAN D. containing about
two hurdred and fift? acres, distant about 4 mi e?
from the Capitol, over Renning's Bridge: about.V>
acres cleared. ?'id 15 in meadow; the balance in
unsurpassed timber, mostly oak and chestnut. No
improvement",except a small house. For further
particulars address Box 3*4, Washington, D. 0..
or inquire of tbe subscriber, l)i miles northeast
K. unraitf.
?BURNISHED BOOMS TO RENT, wittu ut Board.
t* to e?ntlemen only?347 K street, near 13th.
Inquire of Mrs. A E STEPHENSON. a-J 3L-tf
J^EM0\ AL^ ALLI0T fpom par,g
late 212 Peuusylyania avenue,
near Willard's Hotel, by expiration of lease will
remove and open oj October 2U?h, at No. 324 E
street, near Grover'a Theatre. oc 13-lin*
B
o Y 8 ' AND YOUTHS'
FALL AND WINT KR CLOTHING.
We invite parents to an inspection o eur large
stock ef
BOYS' OVERCOATS,
BOYS' JACKETS.
BOYS' PANTS.
BOYS' VEST8,
BOV8'SHIRTS,UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS, &c
wbicb we aie selling as low as goods of like qu?l
ty can be had for in the Northern cities.
WALL stephENS & CO.,
322 Pennsylvania av?nu#.
pep 14 Imif I Intel ] bet 9th and loth sts.
patoTICE-F"K SALE.?3O0 sets of oae. two
ll ac?4 four-bor-e second-hand HARNBrtS.in
?ood order pearly new, and SOc s cond-hatid SAD
DLES and BRIDLES. Apply to H. 8. JOHNSTON,
No 37 3 Pa. avenue, between 4J? nd th streets,
opposite Kaf' I tel. ^'lB> *
S"^OR SM-E OHEAP?1,81? gal'ois jreod OfDER
VlNiO&B at No.443 M.J av* [oc li-1*
ADOTiOM SAU3&
?r other Awctt?n 8al?i mi Orst p?|t.
THIS AmKI??OW ANBTO.nilRKOW
IV GREEN <T WILLlAMTwion..r7
bo. 5*6 corner 7th and i> gtreeU north.
SALE Or VALnABxg IMPROTSD AND UM
Th* tn.i.,1 PB19;/1) PROPERTY
H ' trn?t*tfp under the will of the
nVIni^k tlf' Kth October in?tAnt. at four
o ciotK p. m.,cn the prtnniiM
. P?Tt of Lot 8 Square ti9, , fronting G2fe?t5S
mcl e? on '?t street ea?t. " 1
Loth 4 and 9, Square ,*H.
East half of Lot 16, Square 867.
L ~.t 9, Square 7H8.
Part of tot 4. Square 7i0.15 fset 10*^ inches on A
afreet and SO feet on 3d s'reet east.
Part of Lot 3. Square 7{j9, w*st part fronting 20
feet on East Capitol street by dapthoflot Three
years of lease on lot unexpired
Part of Lot 9, Square 7B8. beginning at northwest
ftDirle offrqn%r#?, ruoiiiog douth and ?<Iod4 2d street
east * feet 7 inched, th- nee east 21 feet 3 1.4 inches,
thence 91 feet inches to Maryland avenue,
thence moth weti^wsraly along said aveuii# 31 f>?et
to the place of beginning, containing 1,832 square
feet.
Part of Let lo. gqr.are 8i3. beginnine at the dis
tance of Ifi feet frcm the northeast corner of and
fronting 10 feet 3 inches on R atieetsouth by depth
of lot.
Part of Lot 10, Square 843. beginning at the west
corner of Paid lot, with front of 27 feet by depth of
lo*.
Part cf Lot 19, Square 7W.
Lease 99 yearn on 23 feet front by depth of lot - 52
years unexpired, on East Capitol street, near Cap
itol grounna.
And on TI1UR8D AY, the 57th instant, at 4 o'cUk
p. m.. on the premises
North half of Lot 28, Square ."3.
Lot A, subdivision of Square S79. fronting 23 feet
Scinches on south D street, depth NO feet6 inches
contfc ning 2,673 square fee*.
The improvements ar?: Two frame hnilding* on
part of Lot 19, Square 729;one frame on lot 9. Suqare
188; 2 brick houses on part of Lot 4, Square 730. and
a frame on Let A Square 579.
Terms of sale One half of the purchase meney
ia to t e paid in "ash. and the residue in 6 and )2
months, "with interest, secured by a dee.' of trust
on the premises, or all cash, at the option of the
purchaser.
A payment of *25 on each lot will be required at
the time of purchase.
If the terms of sale are nut complied with in one
week thereafter, the r:gbt to resell, at the risk
and expense of the defaulting purchaser, ..n one
week's previous notice in the National Intelligen
cer is reserved by the itnstees.
The cost of conveyancing and revenue stamps
to fceuaid bv the purchaser,
to PATRICK MeKMWA.
JOHN CARROLLBRENT. Trustees.
oegd GREEN ft WILLIAMi, Aucts.
B
Y J. 0. McGUIRS & CO., Auctioneers,
B
B
Y Til OH. DOW LING, Auct'r, Georgetown.
B1
B
Y J. C. McGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers.
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED PROPWRTV
ON SEVENTH AND EIGHTH STREETS AT
PUBi IC SALK
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON October 2fith,
5it i}2 o'clock, qii the premises, we shall sell part of
Lot 9. ill Square numbered 417, fronting l."> feet. 7'i
inches on 7th street, be' ween S and T streets uorth,
and running back !?? feet, improved by a frame
store and dwelling under rent for S3 ><i per annum.
Also, part of L"i No. 6. same square, fronting 31
feet 3 inct.es on f.lli s'reet, in the rear of the above,
to be divided into two building lots of 15 feet7>4
inches each.
Terms
Conveyance and stamps at cost of the purchaser.
cc 22 d J. C. McGUIRR it CO., Aicts,
Y JAMES C. McOUIRE Sc, CJ., Auctioneers
TWO FINB BUILDING LOTS ON 4TII STREET
WFBT, BETW EEN N0RTII L ST. AND NEW
YORK AVFXUE
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, October 26th.
at 5o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell par: of
Lot No. 4. in Square No. 525, fronting 40 feet on
4th street west, between north L street au<t New
York sTei)uet and running bark 93 feet 41* inches,
to be sold as two building lots of 20 feet front
escb.
Terms: One-half in cash; the remainder in
six months, with interest, secHred by a deed
of trust on the premises.
Corveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur
*oc!o-d J. C. McOUIRE A CO., Atiets.
STOCK AND FIXTURES OF A PROVISION
STORE IN GEORGETOWN AT AUCTION.
On THUFSDAY MORNING, Oetob<-r 27tb,at 10
o'e'ock, I will sell at the store No. *?1 High st.,
aboye Gay st., Georgetown, the Stock and Fix
tures of a Provision Store. The store for rent.
Terms cash.
rc24d THOS. DOWLING, Auct,
|^IDES AND BARRELS.
Office Depot Commissary ok SnnsisTajicK,#
Washington, D. C.. October 17.18<54. ?
W^l be sold at public auction, on THURSDAY
October 27, 1S64, at 11 o'clock a. m .at Birth street
wharf, Washington. D. C.:
3,300 Salted Hides.
rt3 Dry Hides, more or less.
ALSO,
l,fKto Sugar Hogsheads,
900 Pork Barrels.
8o0 Flour "
i:tf Coffee "
115 Whisky "
123 Fish "
175 Vinegar Kegs,
6<0 Boxes,
<5cc . Ac., Ac.
Terms : Cash, in Treasury notes, at the time o
E?le. G BELL.
oclS 5t Lieut. Col. and Ct-in. Sub.
WM. L. WALL &. CO , Auctioneers.
So&th Corner I'eun. avenue and 9th street.
FINE ROSEWOOD PIANO FORTE AND SU
PERIOR HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT
AUCTION.
OnTUEfDAY MORNING. November lst.com
niencing&t 10 o'clock, we will sell, at the residence
of J G Lyle. Esq.. No. 512 north side M street
between 9th and loth, his Household Furniture,
embracing?
Fine Rosewood Piano-Forte.
Crimson Damask coveted Rosewood Parlor Suit.
Brussels. Three ply, and I. grain Carpets and Oil
Cloths.
Brocatei Curtains.
Con ices and Shades.
Frerch-Plate Mirrors, Rosewood Buffet.
Marble-top Tables and Et^'ere.
Handsome Wilnnt Marble-top Chamber Suit,
Mahogany ard ?V*lt ut Bureaus,
?'ashftands. Tables. Chairs,
Hair and Shuck Mattresses,
Feather Beds. Bolsters arrt Pillows,
Chamber Carpets, Oilcloths, Ac.,
Ilatrack, Usll Furniture,
Ester 4on, D'ning, and other Tables and Chairs,
Crockery, Plated, and Table Ware,
Step Carpet, Rod?, and fixtures,
Cof^ir g and other S oves,
Kitchen Furniture ar.d Cooking Utensils.
With many other articles in the housekeeping
line.
T-rmscash. WM L WALL & COi Auct<p
EXCELLENT FrpNiniRE AND HOUSEHOLD
EFFECTS AT THE PARSONAGE OF CHRIST
CHURCH. KOR SALE. 1
On THURSDAY MORNING, October 27, at U
o'clock, at the Parsonage ol Christ Church, south
G street, between Hth and 7th stree's east, ?ve shall
sell the furniture and Effectsof the Rev. J. M0r
Fell, comprising?
WaliiU Hair Spring ?o i
Arm and Parlor Chairs
Marble-top Center Tables, Etageres
Oak Book Case. Mahogany Writing Desk
Cane-seat Chairs. L miges
Window Curtain0 Mattings, and Rugs
Looking Glasses. Mant'e Ornaments
('lock, D'e'sing Bureau. Washstrind*
Single and double Bedstead, Toilet. Sets
Mahogany Sideb. ard. Extension Dining Table
Cooking S*ove. Radiator, and other Stoves
Together with rnsDy other articles for House
hold and Kitchen use.
Terras cash.
cc 25 d J. C. McGUIRE A^CO , Aucts.
J^Y GREEN .V WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE OF NEW HOUSEHOLD
FURNITURE.
On M tNDAV. the 31st instant, at in o'clock a
m., we shall Fell, st No. 429 lith St., between G
and H streets rer'h. viz?
W alnut 8' as. Easy a"d Side Chairs.
Marble top Tab'cs, Washsfand, Gilt Frame Mirror,
lint Trees, Ottomans and Engravings,
Walnut Red-roem Suit, eomisting of?
M>.rble-top Dressing Bureau,
W'arbs acds. Wardrobes Hedsteads, and Chairs.
Peath?-r Reds. Pillow-and Blisters.
Jil8nkeis, Comforts, and other Bedding.
Os';-colored Cottage Suits,
Fine Hair and other Mattresses.
Three.?dy. Ingrair., and Hall Oilcloths,
Window Shades and Stoves.
Chin*, Glass, and Cn ckery ware.
And many other articles too nusn rous to enu
Uierate.
Terms cash.
CREEN A WTLLIAM9, Aucts.
Also, on the same evening, the House and Lot '
will b* sold ?t public auction. For particulars gee
advfr isement. ??
oc 2.^-d G KEEN A WILLIAMS. Aucts.
B
Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
SUPERIOR FURNIT1TR.k! AND I10USKH0LD
EFFECTS AT PUBLIC SALE.
On SAT I RDAY MORNING October 2;)'.h. at 1ft
o'clock, at our Auction Rootis we shall sell a lot
of Superior Furniture and Household Effects, the
property of a family about to remove from tfte
city, ind comprising?
E\telleui p;ano Forte, by Knabe A Gaehle,
Fine Cover and Stool.
Walnut Sofas. Arm and Easy Chairs, flnifched in
H8ir Cl it'i,
Uin?- Walnut Velvet an?l 8ilk Dama"k-covered ,
Lounge. Ottomans and Fancy Chairs.
Resewc od Marble top Music Stand and Center
Tat .
Oak and Waicut Cane Seat Chairs.
Superior Brussels and Ingrain Carpets,
Oilcloth. Matting and Rugs,
Stair Carpets, Rods and Eyes. n?t Tree,
? xtraCarved Walnut Marble top Sideboard,
W?Icut Extension Dining Table, _
White French China Dinner Service,
Fancy Gilt Tea Set, Table Cutlery,
Cut and Engraved Goblets, Wines and Tumblers,
Wa cut and Boeewood Bedsteads, Bureaus and
Washstands,
Rosewood Mirror-front Wardrobe,
P-iperior Curled Hair acd Busk Mattresses,
Feather Bolsters and Pillows, Toilet Sets.
Walnut Secretary and Bookcase, Chile's Carriage,
ftewart Cooking Steve. Heating Stoyes,
Together with many other articles.
IT'Tbf above is all of superior quality, the
Cabinet Furniture all made to order in thit city,
ocl^-d J. 0. McGUIRE Sc CO , Aucts,
Chills and fevebs-shaki no mobb.
Go at once to MOORE'S DRUGSTORE, 113
Pennsylvania avenue. West End, and procure a
bottle of Ague Cure aud a package of his Antidote.
They are warranted to cur*. Ptlce S2.S". sepj zw
AUCTION SALB8.
"TllHK OATH.
BY GBEEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneer*.
Mo. D ?tre?ti north.
1BBKB HANDSOME AN D DKSIHVRI.B BCILB
ing lots on Noaru N STEHT iT AUO
On THURSDAY, the J7th ?nst , at ts o'olocV ?.
in.. we aha'l sell in front of tlie premi-ea ^rubnu
2. Surd 4. in?qu?re S3 This priperty front* oa
north N street, between 11th tod I2"h st*. west
Teims: OOf-rti' rash; tne ba'ance tn 6. 9 and U
month?. aecn.ed by note* bearin* interest A
deert gi v> n aud * deed of truat taken.
All conveyancing and stamps at the cost of the
purchaser
oc!4d _ _ PBBEN * WILLI VMS. Aact^
|^Y JA8. 0. McGUIRF. A C0~. Auctioneer*.
IMl'SOVKD AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY
IN i H R FIRST WARD *T IT BMC SALS.
On rni RSDAY AFTERNOON. October fit*. at
i t o clock (>n pr^mift* * w?* Ph?ll Aell, th?
*holf ofLo?n0i7t in Square No. 74. fronting ST
teet on north j str-e?. be'ween 2int and 2A1 xt? ,
Sr.-I"!?'1"'* ^"ck 1-i'l feet to a 3'foot alley, to be
' \ntV l ots of 19 feet front each. the
, rD Lot is imrroved l?y a ?nug two atory Frame
J ,D|{ House iha other two vacant
. ?.I?V..?n* Hn*d lo cash: the remainder In sis
and twelve montha, with inter, at, secured by a
<Jt*?(I 01 Tr.iit on th^ premises
Title rerfsct.
Conveyances and stump* at the coat of the pur
chaf or.
_oc2" d J. C. MeOV IRE A CO.. Aucts.
V J AH. C. MfQUIRI A CO., Auctioneers,
l.AROK AND WELL FURNISHED DWELLING
IloUSt ON O hTRBET NORTH, IIKTWRKN
TWENTY FIRST AND TWKNTY-gRoeND
MREBT8 WEST AT PUBLIC 8ALB.
On THI BSD A Y AFTBRNOON Octt her rth. at
5 o'clock. on the premises, we shall sell pirtof Lot
If. in Square No. 80. fronting feet on G street
north, between 2ist and 22d atreeta west, and run
ning back 128feet Sl? inches, to-ether wi'b the Im
provement s.consistin* of a well built and finished
three story brick dwelling house, with a two story
bath building, marble mantels. water and gaa. and
finished in the moat superior manner throughout;
cellars under tbe whole building Immediate pos
sessiou will be given.
Terms: One third.in cash: the remainder in air
and twelve mon>ha, with interest, secured by ?
deed of truat.
Title indisputable and sale without reserve.
Conveyauc-s at cost of the purchaser.
The house is well supp'ied with furniture, which
may betaken at a valuation.
oc 20_ _ J AS. C. McGU IRK A CO.. Auc'ta.
BY (tRSIN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneer*.
No. a.'iti. corner of "th and D streets nerth.
GUARDIAN'S FA LB OF TWO HAND80MB
BUILDING LOTS IN SQUARE S>{?0, AND
8l<r ARK 970 AT AUCTION. _ , ?
Oi. THURSDAY, October 27th. 1864. I shall sell,
in front of he premises, commencing on the 8r?t
named cr^mises, at .S o'cl?ck p. tn., by authority
of the Hon. Orphans' and Supreme Courts the fol
lowing named property, lying and heing in the
city of Washington. Listrict of Columbia, viz ;
Pa'tof Lot No. 2. in square No. S.SU, baring a
front of 1H feet on soi'th K, between fith strest east
and public space ai d 68 feet deep containing 1.W4
feet, and immediately after the sale of the above,
I shall sell, in front of 1he p-emises, part Lot
No. 6. in s^uar? No. 97o, having a front of 15 feet
on south C. between loth an I 11th streets east, and
lt<? feet deep, containing 2,50" square fe#t._
Terms of sale : One th rdcash; balance in 6 ana
12 months: purchasers to ?ive notes f??r the de
ferred payment-, bearing interest from day of sale.
A deed given rtnd a deed of trust taken. All con
veyance at the cost of the purchasers, including
revenue stamps'. SIS' will" be required >aid down
when the property is knecked etT, and '"no'"1;
plied with it will be sold to tj?e highest bid
i!er,and if the whele t<jrm*are not compliad witn
ii. 6 days, the property will be resold, at the rtsa
and cost if the defaulting onrchaser.
8TSAN WIIITNKY. Gnaraian
oc lR eoAds GRKKN A WILLIAMS Aucte.
r>Y J. 0. MoGUIRK A CO., Auctioneers.
CHANCERY SA1 E CY IIOUaB AND LOT COR
NKROF TKNTI1 STREET W BBT AND N0R*H
O fcTREET
By virtue of a de?ree cf the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, in an equity cause, < Ho.
lfO' wb rein George Ma'tiugly iecomplainant, and
John W Nye. and others, are deienoants, 1 shall
sell on TI1UBSDAY AfTKRNOON, October the
i7th, at 4>i o'clock, in fro-.t of the premises. Lot
uumberea thirtv. (.??!?? in Davidson'- i,"h "'""'''n
of sqnare No 367, fronting 2? te<*t cn Tenth street
west, at the corner of north O street, and mnn'oij
back Liif?et to a 20 toot public alley, aud improvea
by a Fiame Dwelling House , . ??? re
The terms of sale are one^third in eash. t?? re
mRicdfr in well serwred nott-s, p&yftbleJo *d<1
twelve monVs from th- lay of sale with ltit-rest
T< the terms of sale are not complied with in Hvo
<Jav* after thesale. the trustee will re-sell at the
oc i2 eo\(5s_ J C. McGUIRB A CO.. A aeti.
]gY JAB. C. McGUIRB * CO., Auctioneers,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF 8 *t *LL TRACT OF LAND
NEAR THB INSANE ASYbUM.
On THURSDAY, October .7. ar 11 o'clock ra .at
' the Auction Rooms of Jas C. Mclluire A Co .by
virtue of a deed of trust from Charles J . Uhltnann
aud wife to me, dated March 7. 1813. and duly
I recorded in Liber N C. T.. No. 2. felios6'i. et seq ,
one of the Land Records for Washingt >n County
and D;ecrict of C iumbia. I shall sell part of the
tract of land k Down formerly as " Woodstock.'' and
istterly as the "Kosciusko Place " situated nnar
the U S iDfa' e Asylum, the part to bw sold being
described as Lot "A." as laid town upon a plat or
survey male by T Ii-kyll, said plat having been
duly recorded in Liher J. A. 8,. No. 213 folfos W8,
A'C., "lie of tho Land Record* of Washingten
County, said tract containing twenty-two acres,
two roods. ?nd thirty-two perches, more or less
Terms: One third cash; the remainder in aix
and twelve months, with interest, secured by deed
of trust on the premises.
Conveyances and revenue stairps at the costo
tbe purchasers. DAy1D WALK BR, Trnst?e.
sep2l-2awA ds J. C. McGUIRB A CO.. Aucts.
gY JAS. C. McGUIRB A CO., Auctioneers.
BRICK DWELLING HOU.-'E AND VACANT
LOTt* NEAR TH K NAVY YARD.
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, October 28th. at 4*
o'clock, on the premises, we shall se 1 L'jts 4, 6,
and parts of Lots 3 and 6, ;n Square No. *78, front
ingon south I street, between 6 h and 7th streets
east, near the JuDC'ion of Virginia avepue, a nor
tion improved by a deuble B^ick Dwelling Honse,
cottsmiug ten rooms, with double porches the ? n
tire length of the north side of the house. The re
mainder will be sold as building lot*. . .
Terms : One third in cash; the remainder in sis
and twelve months, with interest, secured by a
deed ?f trust on the premises.
Cost o! conveyances and stamps to oe paid b/
the purchaser.
oc 2"-d J C. McGUIRE A 00.. Aucts.
UY W. L. WALL & CO., Auctioneerf.
A LAFGK FRAME DWELLING AND SEPA
RATE LOT IN TIIE FIRST WARD AT AUC
TION.
On MONDAY' AFTFRNOON, 7th November, at
41 ? o'c ock. we will s--!l in front of the premises a
large untiLished Frame Dwelling.fronting 24 feet,
ard running back 4'' feet, and containing fifteen
rooms .. . ..
This hnilding is on Lot 1, Square fl, at the cor
ner of New Hampsh're avenue and n^rth I, street,
which c. ntiini about 4,0 hi sqsare fest. a part of
wMeh will l.e sold with the building aui a part
terms':* One half cash; balance in 6 and 12
moi-thr. prcpertv sccured. acd beaming interest.
Conveyanciug at xpense of purchaser.
cc?4 WM. L. WALL A CO., Aucts.
JJY i . C. McGUIRB & CO.. Auctioneers
CHANCERY SALE OF FRAME HOl 'E AND
iOT ON LSI REET, BETWEEN 17TM AND
1 ^Tll STREETS.
By authority of adecree of the Supreme Court
of tr.e District of Columbia parsed O 'tober Jlst,
l-?>4 in a cause wherein Christopher Cammack r.
et al ?? re com plain arts, and Eliza Conni u g?on >*t &1
are defendaats, 1 shall offer for sale_at ouiiii'auc
ti' >. <>n tt e premises onTUESl>A\, the 1st day
of November next, at ?)? o'clock p. m., the east
half o' Lot No. i, of J Davidson s sub divisionor
Square 161 'ro ting t4 feet on L street north, e
t^een Connecticut avenue and I'th street by a
depth ot 13i fe-t t<j a public alley, with the iai
provements. consisting of a two story frame dwell
1",*^r<'UPe 0r<1 ,ia,f cash: the balance in 6 months
from the .lav of sHle. with interest, and to be se
curid by O e b-.nd ..r the purchaser, with Mirety to
bear proved bv M,e trustee; >r th ? whole purchase
lii'r t y to be paid iu cash, at the option of the pur
Cll"eeds. siamrs. A ?? at the purchaser's cost.
]t the terms of sale are m t complied With w!th
in f!\ e da\ s from the day of sule, the tru?tee re
terve-the , iart t to resell, up n live days'notice la
,i p t'vi-nioic Star, at tbe ri'k snd cost of th? pur
cbU. r R- T MORxRLL. Trustee,
oc 22-d J C Mf GUIRE A CO , Aucts.
f&lETBOPOPOLITAN POLICE SALE -On the
l^i fih ln'tniit, two small sized BAY COLTd,
s'irp""e'i to he two years old,one of th?m having a
star iD forehead and one wilite hind foot, a id he
cither all Mack feet, "ere taken astray by the
M-tropoiitan Police. These colts will he sold at
the Ba/aar No ft- Louisiana avenue, oa SATUR
DAY. November 6.1854. at l<i o'clock a m.. to the
highest cash bidd- r uD'ess le-fal evidence of own
ership shal be previously furnished +o the Prop
erty Clerk o the District at this office, No. 4^3
Mb street west, and all expense of livery and
advertisement are paid. By order.
GEO. R. HERRICK, Property Clerk,
oc 5.">-3t W. L. W ALL A CO . Aucts.
I^'NITAD STATES MAhallAL S SALE,
In % irtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from th#
C'erk's office of the Suprem* Court ef the Dis
trict of Columbia, and tome directed I ''i,***
pose to public sale, for cash, at the Auction store
of Messrs. Gree A Williams, corner of 7tb a a U
streets, on Tl'lSDAY. tbe 1st day of November
next, 1WS4, commencing at 10 o'clock a. *ae ioi
LoTcba'firadB aD<1 ^^^'l^otUge'set Furniture
1 Wardrobe 8 Sets
14 Feather Pillow. ^Bolsters
B Mattresses 2B?JS?us and Glass
Lot Curtains t ni?n*eu
2 Spreads L^heett
OCunifortu i <iad Irons
8t?nd and Glass pitchers
Buckets Coal Hod, Urn and Brash
9B*<fcets Plate Warmer
Coal Sifter Warfle I on
IjCasei 2 shades. Cloths Pins.&c,
Lot 0?ockery 2 Tubs and Boards
^ W'iJtiui levied upon as tbe goods and chattels
r f iz?nueey G. Wood and Parmelia G. Wood, and
of James v. u g M4 ?Sal D. C.
neil dts CRKEN A WILLIAMS. Ancts. _
I'TirDrsFAJtlTcilASETirn^rel. By T. Aoolphaa
Crusoe's island California and AY LOR,
Ross Browne. lo?61 FRAN^K. TAiiiy?,

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