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Castjri tut -Go to the Canterbury and
see the beautiful melo-drama, the "
of Oecoa.'andtbe "Virginia Mammy, which
will be enacted in first c I a?s t y 1 e^ to-nigh t.
The enerteMc proprietor of the 1 wh*
engaged an entire new company of arti .
-will shortlv appear, he also tn^nd? , * 5
the Hall, the entire building having been leased
for that purpose.
in ft new piece this evening entitled the ?'DnU'h
Governor," he taKing the character of \ an
Dunder. The celebrated C?om*d'?t,tZ' *%[**
Amy Stone, appears this evening for the first
time here. "Leah the Forsook," will heaven
this evening for the last. time, and we advise
all who have not s?en it to go to-niglU. T>*Ji is
Tich indeed in his character o -'Leah. F rulay
evening, farewell benefit of Mr. fsetchell.
Lord's TiiKATKR ?To-night will be repeat
ed the grand romantic spectacle of "Faust and
Margeurite," in which will appear Mr J. H.
Roberts aii?i Miss Alice Gray, both excellent
in their respective characters. Froi. J. With
ers. ir., will perlorm the "United States Mili
tary* t'nadrille" and the "Grand Military
Sani>krbo?'~ Minrtkls.?This evening San
derson's famous troupe will enlighten a crowd
ed nndience at Odd Fellows' Hall. The per
formances are novel and attractive, and of such
a refined nature that the tender sensibilities of
no one car t>e offended. Their budgets are re
plete with jokes, songs, humor, wit, ice.
COLOR Kl> CELK!'.RATIO> IN HONOR OK F'RKK
MAr.Yj.AM) ?Last night the colored people of
Washington assembled at the 15th street Pres
byterian Church, for the purpose of celebrating
:he adoption of the new constitution of Mary
laud. The church was densely crowded, and
several hundred were unable to gain admis
sion. Those on the outside of the church had
the hand of the id U.S. infantry performing
for ihem, and they celebrated the occasion by a
line display of fireworks.
The outside of the church was finely illumi
nated by a large number of torches fastened to
the iron railing surrounding the building,
while the inside of the edifice was tastefully
decorated wirh a number of lar?e sized Amer
ican flags. The choir, under the leadership of
Prof. Boston, sang several appropriate pieces
during the evening. There was quite a sprink
ling of wnres in the assemblage.
Mr. John Cook called th- meeting to order,
and said they had met for the purpose of cele
brating the day of emancipation in Mary
'a?)n Mr. Hook's motion, the Rev. Dr. Highland
Garnett was called to the chair.
pi of. W. J. Wilson, Kev. Paul Jennings.
Carter A Stewart, Samuel Hatcher, Walker
Lewi". Samuel Middleton. John A. Gray, Dr. j
Rapier and the Kight Reverend Bishop Clin
ton were chosen vice presidents- John F.
Cooke. T. E. Greene, Dr. Abbitt, W. H. Mil- j
ler ami Wm. Landrick were elected secreta- j
The cboi r then sang, "My country, 'tis ot |
thee, sweet land of liberty," alter which the I
Rev. Mr. Jennings offered up a prayer to the
Throne of Grace, and returned thanks to God j
for the blessings bestowed upon the colored j
race, m breaking their bondages and setting the j
captives tree. ,
Mr Jehu Cook read th? proclamation of Gov.
liradford. which was received with loud ap
plause Article *.2! of the proclamation which ,
declares the slaves of Maryland tree, was re- j
ceived wita dealeuint cheer*.
The Chairman (Rev. Dr. Garnett i proposed ,
the singing ot "Blow Ye Trumoets Blow" and
asked all those presen: to join in and sing with |
spirit. The hymn was sung by the entire con- j
Eregatien standing. I
Rev Dr Garnett here returned his thanks |
for the honor conferred upon him in calling
him to the chair. He thought it was out
of respect for the State he was from, as
he was a Marylander. The speaker was
under the impression that the grandest
spectacle one could behold was the assem
bling together oi a respectable and intelligent
people for the purpose of thanking God for the
blessings thev bad received. They should
thank God, said the speaker, as Maryland was
no loteer >o be trodden by slaves, tor at mid
night the letters ol the -laves were buried, and
he hoped so de-p that 'hey would never resur
rect The wires, continued Mr. G., were flash
ing the news over the country that Maryland
?was free, and that involuntary bondage shall
ivoi exist, except for crime. Mr. G. said it wa.*
intended to fire twenty guns In honor of the
event, but there had been so many victories in
tae Vatley and Georgia so much powder
burnt, and so many windows broken, that they
were not permitted to do 60. They were here,
Jiowevn to celebrate the day in another way.
The speaker then alluded to the enemies of
slavery, and said that this crime had passed
awav in Maryland, and it was proper to rejoice
and "let 'he world know that the colored people
were not n different to these blessings. There
were a few things they ought to learn from
the-e blessings. for it became all to learn to
more and more respect and reverenc? God.
I.et us, remarked the speaker, respect that God
who has been the instigator of this good and
grt at work. Let us learn to be united. It we
direct our energies and hearts under Got we
ran accomplish everything, and push back the
waves of oppression. The colored people
ought to !? am to make the best of the present
opportunities and use the hands made free by
end> avoringtoget homes lor themselves, wives,
nnd children, and show that they could and
would ao 'or themselves.
The speaker wanted them to stop finding
faiil' with the President, for there was not a
man livir.g who could do better than the man
iu the executive chair. C <uld they, remarked
the sneaker, find fault wi.h the man who gave
them the privilege ot celebrating freedom, for
where would they be to-night at ten o'clock
were it not tor President Lincoln. Thespeaker
thought some of them would be making tracks
for home! [Great applause] When the
peaker attempted to find fault with that illus
trious statesman he hoped his tongue would
cleave to his taouth.
Mr. Garne?t then warned his friends against
laying a ti armful word against the soldiers,
anti bade them remember tnat, when the late
ot Maryland was trembling in the balance, the
brave eoldierv, who had met the fiery hail of
leai and Ton, who had stormed the breast
work and taken the rifle-pits, who were suf
fering and bleeding on the battle field, sent
lorth their votes, and bv tnem decreed that
henceforih ' My Maryland" was iree. The
speaker lnrther urged them not to find fa tit
with the Yankees, for when their hearts sank
within them at the gloomy prospect after the
lull of Sumter, the Yankees, east, west and
north, rose as one man. and New York city
sett her Yankee Tth regiment to save the cap
ita! ot the nation He then concluded ny re
questing tt.ree rounds of applause for M iry
land and three for President Lincoln, which
were given with a hearty good will.
The Secretary th^n read tne following reso
lutions, which had been prepared by different
par'ics to oiler singly, bat bv request they were
otlere d in a body and adopted as a whole unan
Whereas the people of Maryland in adopting
their new constitution and erasing from their
statute books the r infamous and disgraceful
laws boldii g persons in involuntary servitude
not guilty ol crime, thereby vindicating justice
and hoi or, and advancing tbestandard of free
dom, ? nd wi'h it their own material worth?
Htnobed, That our coi gratulations are ten
dered to ?he people of Maryland on the remo
val ol the Toul blot cf slavery from her es
< utcheon, ai d 'O the emancipated upon attain
ing a ri^hr ot which ttiey have lor a long period
le< n unjustly deprived: and, further, that we
net onlv congratulate Maryland and onr whole
c o- utrv npou the great results wrought by this
ui oly rebellion, but also the lovers of Iree
cJc , of fr-e government and free men every
where upon 'he birth of another aiiti-slaverv
St 'e, proprenc of the destiny of onr whole
< >untry, who^e glorious llag, we trust, will
foon float only over free men. , . ,
,??> <?!ml, Trat w* are profoundly grateful to
our honored Chiel Magistrate, his constitute>n
:d adviseis. and our gallant army and navy,
lo; he tmpe us they have given to the cause of
human litxrty, whil* maintaining constitu
tional government alike with the bullet and
ti-e ballot, against this gigantic effort of the
>,:i veh, Idir.g arl.-tocracy to subvert popular
veruineu' and upon I's ruins rear an auti
rtpublican form, with Slavery as its chief cor
H'tnlrfil, 1 hat following the iliustri iu ? ex
amrles of our brethren no' only in thtsstruggle
bu? in the revolutionary war, and attain in the
v. ar of l?l-', we do freely devote our bestefforus,
tiledee our honor and oar lives to the support
< f our country ai d lor the maintainanc<? or it?
ust laws, whether a sailed by traitors at
home or beset bv foreign foes.
The cha rman here requested th-singing of
John Brown's body lies mouldering in the
?round, whi h was joined in by all present
Prof. Wilson, George t.
Stewart, J. Greene and John A. (^ray ad
dre^ed the meeting, each taking one
of the resolutions as 'he ba?e ot hi" .
A collection was taken up for the sick an i
w u nded ^Idlers, during which the choir sang
?Rally round the Flag, Boys, ^h^ wa? re
ceived with great applause, and when con
i lud-d cries ot " Suig it over" were heard Irora
all purtft of the house. The song was repeated,
nearly all ot those present taking part in it.
fudge 1 iay (white) and Sergeant Hatton, of
tse 1st D- C. colored regiment, made a few re
narks, aiier which it was proposed to form in
f.rocession and move u> the White Houae and
ereEftde President Lin.-oln, but after gaining
'be street It was discovered that those who
were una Me to gain admission to the church in
the early rar'cf 'he evening bad themselves
erena<ie?' the President, who made bis ap
t tarance a' one o* ihe windows, and la ?
emarks 'hanked them tor the cempliment.
Maponic Proceedings.?The fllty-third an
nual meeting of the Grand Lodge of Ancient
Freemasons took place in the hall, corner of
Ninth and D Btreets, last evening.
The last year was one of unexampled pros
perity. Perfect hannonv has prevailed. Tb8
long desired uniformity in work has been at
tained In a remarkable decree. The lodges
have i.een steadily employed in careful inves
tigations into the "character of applicants, and
the conferring: of degrees; so that, while last
jear the r.umber of affiliated Masons was 1,233,
there were now on the returns 1,596.
Many years ago, one of the most flourishing
lodges under this jurisdiction was "Columbia
No. 3." Owing to a variety of untoward cir
cnrestflnces, however, that lodge dissolved,
and the charter, "tool?, jewels, and imple
ments," were honorably restored to the Grand
Lodge A little band of venerable Masons now
cam*3 forward and memorial-zed the Grand
Lodge to return to them the charter, &c., with
a view to a resumption of work under the old
charter. The request was unanimously grant
ed, the return to be made to them on the anni
versary of St. John the Evangelist.
A petition from a nnmber of Masons, duly
recommended, asked for a new charter to b?
gran'ed to them, to form a new lodge, under
the title of "Kine Solomon's Lodge," which
was postponed until the December convoca
The charities dispensed during the year have
kept pace with the accumulated receipts,
the aggregate being no less than ?3,l)D6.
The hour for the annual election of officers
having arrived, M. W. Grand Master Holm^ad
arose, and in a very neat address declined the
honor of a re election. The Grand Lodge
then proceeded to vote, with the following re
sults: George C. Whiting, M \V. Grand Mas
ter; K. H. Donaldson, re elected R. W. D |
Grand Master; W. E. Hutchinson. K W. Sen
ior G Warden: Wm. H. Rohrer, R W. .1 unior j
G. Warden C. Cammack, re-elpcted R W. I
Treasurer: W. Morris Smith, re-elected R. W.
Grand Secretary; Jolin Lockie, W. G. Visitor
The masters of the several lodges then met,
and appointed the remaining officers, which
were confirmed by the Grand Lodge, as fol
lows:?Rev. and W.Grand Chaplain, Rev. R. I
.TVTcMiirdy: W. Grand Marshal, J. T. Powell;
W. Senior Grand Deacon, H. <5. Ellis; W.
Junior Grand I>*acon, A. H. Gawler; W.
Grand Pursuivant. J. H. Hood; W. Grand
word bearer, J. W. D. Gray; W. Grand
Tiler, T- Creaser.
TheGrand Lodge then adjourned to St John's
Day, '27th December next.
Hymkkiai. ?Yesterday afternoon, Mr. Joseph
G. Chamberlain, of the Fourth Auditor's Office,
of Pa , and Miss Llida V. Myers, of Ports
mouth, Va . were nnited In marriage bv the
Rev. T R. McFalls, at the Assembly's (Pres
bvtenan) Church. The happy couple were
accompanied by Messrs. Frank Andemar and
John M. Roberts, groomsmen, and Misses
EmmaTenley and Rettie Laws, bridesmaids.
As the bridal party entered the church the
cbuir tung an appropriate piece, as also after
the two were made one; and arter mey una
received the congratulations of their friends
they took the cars northward, where the honey
moon will be spent. The church was filled
with a large company on the occasion, and
many kind wishes follow the youLg couple.
Washington Anntal Conference.?The
above body, after a session of four days, under
the Presidency of the Rev. Rishop Scott, in the
Sharp street Church, in Baltimore, closed its
labors yesterday morning. The following are
the appointments for this District:
Washington?Asbnry, James Peck: Ebenezer,
David P. Jones; Georgetown?John H. Brice;
Alexandria?James Thomas: Prince Georges
William Hicks; Sandy Springs?Washington
Found Dead.?Yesterday morning a Ger
man soldier was found dead in the rearof Lin
coln Hospital. No inquest was held, as he
undoubtedly died from the effects of bad whis
A Grand Compimentary Ball will be
given at Seaton Hall, corner 9th and D streets,
on to morrow evening, for the benefit of Wm.
A. Channcey. Judging from the committee ef
arrangements, this will be a handsome affair.
Emmet Association Ball ?This associa
tion will give its fourth grand ball at Temper
ance Hall, this evening. The Holy Hill Band
will be in attendance.
A Grand Ball will be given by Eastern
Club No 7, at Island Hall, on Tuesday evening,
15th instant. Go and enjoy yourself.
Lincoln and Johnson Clcr.?'This club
will be addressed at their headquarters, on t>th
street, to-night by Lewis D. Campbell, Esq.
Gold-Pi atbd Jewelry ask SiLvbr -Plated
Spoons. for only One Dollar, at the Dollar Store,
43-> Pa. ave , near 4'2 st. It*
Lockwoed's Fnameled and Gray's Molded Collars.
Beautiful Silk and Wool Scarfs.
Good Paper Collars at *2 per hundred, or 25 cts.
IIhnsin'.'s, corn?*r7th street,
nov 2 6t* and Maryland avenue, I-land.
from ft > to $51). at
HksnisgV. corner 7th street,
nov 2-6t* and Maryland avenue. Island.
51G to ?5fi, at
Hkssiv<;'s, corner 7th street,
nov 2 6t* and Maryland avtnue, Island.
Undershirts and Drawers,
?21<> H 9>.
Good ones for $5.5", at
IlRNNiVG's, corner 7th street,
nov 2 6t' and Maryland avenue. Island.
The A7Tesno5 of person* desirous of investing
in r? al estate in the city of Washington, D C , is
called to the sale of the fin* bri^k wellii^ house,
No. 29. on 4% street, one door north of Pennsyl
vania averue advertised to take place, in front of
the i>r**rciifes, on the 3d instant, at 4 o'clock p. m,
no l-2t _
Ladies' Rchbek Sani>als, sizes 2%, 3. 3!a, 4. 4^
and 5. Ladies wearing either of the above siz-*8
can procur? 'hem at present at half price, viz : 75
per pair, at II A. Hall's India Rubi er Ware
house. .110 Penna. av. oc2D-lw
On the 1st instant, of typhoid fever, after an ill -
ne.-B of five days. ELLA VIRGINIA, twin daugh
ter of Benjamin C. nnd Martha S. Wright, aged 0
jears, 1 month aid 2:" days
Tte relatives and frieuds of the family are in
vited to at*-nd her i<in**ral. from the residence of
her father.No. -V21 K street, between 4th and ">to,
on Thursday afternoon, at 2 o'clock.
On the ltt of November, 1S?>4, THOMAS AVHRY,
after a long and painful illness, which he b >re
with Ot ristian fortitude, aged ;v". years, leaving an
atiectionate wife and three children to mo lrn their
lo^s His last words were " Meet me in heaven;
I am happy." No one knew him but to love him;
no one named him but to praise him.
Ilis friends and acquaintance* are requested to
attecd his funeral <>n to morrow afternoon at 2
o'clock p. m..from his late residence. No. 96 6
htrt et, between 7th and 8th, Island.
On the 1st November, 1?64, WILLIE M., son of
S. S arid E. A. Noland, aged 6 years and 4 months.
Friends and acquaintances are requested to at
tend his funeral on Thursday, 3d infit., at 3o'clk,
from No. v!5 F fit.
Oa the 1st instant, after a short hut painful ill
re'S. which she bore with christian fortituie.
El LA. beloved wife of James W. White in the
?:d year < f her age.
The fi iend* snd acquaintances o" the family are
r*s&ectffc.llv invited to attend the funeral from the
residence of her parents. No. 215 4,'i street south,
on Friday afternoon, the 4th ins ant, at 2 o'clock.
fio ore has loved her. alas
And no one rito "lift" her like me ;
I C?e in the future'" glass,
A shadow of days to be.
The Mowers they strewed around.
Have stolen her perfumed breath;
And her white brow bears the seal.
Of the pitiless angel, death.
1 think of the days to come.
How I -hall liit in vain ;
For tne music of her step.
Like the fall of summer rain.
I see that empty chair.
And I start in wild affright,?
.<!;?? will, she wi 1 return.
To me with morning light.
O. dark and a mies* life.
Henceforth there is left hope for me,
A thought of daysagone.
And a thought of days to be.
A memory of the hours.
Her love shall g'hl no more;
But a hope to clasp her once again.
Beyond the sunset snore.
On the 1st inst., LOUIS C K AISBR, infant son
of Mary Sophia and lustuce Kaiser, aged 3 m mths
and7days. , ,
V e had a little Lulie once.
He was our darling pride.
W e loved him. O, perhaps too much,
For soon re slept and died. ., ?
The fui.eral will take place from the residence or
his grandfather. C. Ilag.r, 18tb
noon, at 4 o'clock. The friends of the family are
invited to attend.
On the l?t iiist .at Wood Lawn, Montgomery
County. Md . the R? t. DA NI?L M0T7.BR.
Ilia friend* are invir*d to his funeral at 4 o oloca
this afternoon, at Oak Hill Cemetery.
In the city of Washington. D C- on th? Jd of
NovernW. 18t4. B ANTKL ALEX ANDIR McKIK
VER. eldest son of Alex, and Jane McKeerer, aged
13 years and 2 months.
The friends and rdaiive? of the family are re
spectfully invited to attend hia funeral. from the
residei.ee of his parents. No. 567 1 street, bet.
4th andftth, on to-morrow afternoon, 3d lu^t , at
2 o'clock. *
I Richmond, > a , papsrt please copy ]
In Georgetown.on the morning of the 1st inat ,
Mrs JCLIZA 8 HSPBl RN.
The /yiends and acquaintance* of the family are
invited to attend her funeral, oa Thursday after
noon at 4 o'clock, from Chriet Church. George
o*o. nov I 2t*
WANTID-A BOILKR c.p.M. of
horte power engine. Address Mr. BAK.KK.
Star Office. nor 2-tf
WHO WaST8~TO?BUT-1GOOD ANDOHEAP
CIGARS,eall at No. 39*. coraer 7th and 11
sts. (Dovl lm*) fREDERIOK 811TZ^_
WANTKiPa fashionable DRESSMAKER to
" sew by the week Apply Immediately at tne
Gosling Iloofe, 249 Pa. av.. between 12th and l*th
ets. no 2-2t*
\*7 ANTED.? An experienced dressmaker from
?? New York would like a SITUATION in this
city. Address J. B. Lock-Box 32 Poet Office.
__nov2 2t* ______ -
WANTED?AlliTlTSERV ANT. ApplyatS92
H street, be'ween 17th and 18th None need
apply nnless they can conie well recommended,
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-A GIRL *s Cham
bermaid znd nurse. Applv at 4 45 9th street,
between F and G streets, opposite Patent Office,
TnrTILABORERS WaNT8D-To work in the
I UU Commissary Department, at Ma.'tmaonrg,
Ya. Apply, until Fridav evening, to
C E. BUCK, Commissary Agent,
hot 2-4t* At 6th street wharf.__
W~AN T ED ~A~PORTE R and a FIREMAN at the
_ United States U. tel. F*. av. nor l-3t*
WA N T ED-Three first cl^P APTOHANOERS.
Applv to jNO ALEXANDER,
novl-.Ht No. 240 Penn. avenue.
ll/ANTE D-Ttree or fourTtF.8SENGER BOYS
*v at American Telegraph Office. 432 Pennsyl
vmia avenue, near 4,li st. Must come well
Wanted immedia t ely?Tw-? pond jofr
NEYMEN CARPENTERS. Aonly at Tl R
TON & LOWRY'S, 12th st., between Pa. av. and K
St.. above the Kirkwood House. nov 1-3
\17ANTED?A WOOD WORKMAN to do rena-r
? ? inc. vill fiive waifes and pteanv employ
ment. Apply nt JOHN F. BRIDGET'S^ Coach
Factory, No. 394 Penna. av. tiot l-3t
H7 ANTED?A BOY to work in a bo->ks:or<?
? * 4'1 ? on boofc a fer palp ho?1 0-? hooks wantM.
boo'? publlcationfi and alfre'd'hTtnter10118
nor 1 3t' Opposite Grover's Theater.^
\\T ANTF.D-A good COOK. Apply to Mrs.
*v JAMES TUCKER I street, between (ith and
7th streets, Navy Yard. oc 31 Ht*
W?ANTED?IMMEDIATELY?A good white
CHAMBERMAID, at No. .">00 8th street,
corner 8th street apd Penn. avenue. oc 31-3V
W_ANTED?TWO CARPENTEKS. None but
gord workmen need applv. Inquire of
YATES A WILSON. Congress st.. 6 'loors abo?e
the Post Office, Georgetown. oe 31-3t*_
ANTED?By a young woman, a SITUATION
a* dining room servant or housemaid. Call
at No. 2**2 New York avenue, between 6th ard 7th
streets. B st of references given. cc 31-3t*
YV ANTED?A SITUATION as nurse and seam
vv stress, by a young American girl. Can bring
good recommendation. Address M. E. S.. at the
S*ar office. oc 3l-3t*
ANTED?A SERVANT GIRL. German pre
ferred, for geoera! housework in a small
family. She must be well recomm?nd?d. Inquire
at No 49'* nth street, above Penn. avenue.
\\7 ANTED? By avoung lady that understands
cutting and fitting dress'B, a SITUATION as
seamst??*R in a private tamily. Good references
given. H?ase address Miss C. S. W., Star Office.
oe 31 3t?
WANTEI>-By a young, respectable Irish girl,
a HOME in r private family, to cook, wa'h
and iron, and do the general housework. Enquire
at 228 New Jersey avenue, between Land New
York avenue oc31-3t*^
WANTED?An exporioDcoH GARDENER, one
*v who can come well recoiu...y,^e(j_ None
other need apply.
Hardware and Agricultural Implements,
oc 31-eo.tt 55* 7th st.. Washington, u. I.
U- WANTED?A YOUNG MAN as Salesman in a
Dry goods S?ore. One having some knowl
edge of the business and acquainted with city
trade preferred. Also, a YOUTH about 16 years of
age. to make himself generally useful m a l>r>
goods Store. Apply corner 8th street and Market
I pace. 00 31i"
IVANTED-A YOUTH, or YOUNG MAN. must
Yv write a good hand, and be willing to make
himself generally useful in an office; residing with
hia parents preferred. One that has ha<i some ex
perience in a law ottica will find a tjoo'i cnance.
Inquire No. 511 9th street,
oc31-3t* Justice of the Peace.
"TTnTED? A nicely furnished ROOM, bv a gen
tlemnn.and wife, anl chi'd. with fire and
lights BOARD for the ladv and chill. A private
family pr ferred. Address, stating terms and lo
cationt "H. S.," 29" E street, Washington. D. C.
WANTED-Three or four PLUMBERS and
GAP FITTER3, immediately, at JOSEi U
REYNOLDS A CO . 500 9th st. oc27-lw
VI/ ANTED?A WOM AN, for general housework.
W Also, a COLORED MAN. to work in a saloon;
one that can open oysters?at 24 4 7th st., between
M and N north. oc 2Mw
\\TANTED?The ladies who wish Stamping,
YV "Braiding, and Machine S'itching. done at
reasonable rates, to call at No. 552 I street north,
between 4th aii'l 5th ata. oc 27-lw
** j ANTED?A "PURCHASER for a No. 1 FLU
W TING MACHINE?nearly newTthe owner
having three. Will give full instructions, so the
buyer can commence at once in preparing this
very f?-hi?nab!e trimming for ladies dresses.
From J-'o to f25 per day can be realized hy tne
merest beginner. Compositions. &c? cost very
little All the necessary H?ating Irons furnished.
Apply to Mr. BAKER, Star Office. oc27 lw_
Wanted to buy or rent-a house in
First Wa*d: mn'-t be near Pa. av.
FOR SALE?A FARM of 21" acres ? tniles .'jom
Washington. Also a Lot of ?i or 4I? acres, either
for cash or in exchange for above house. Address
II H L. 134 Pa^av. oc?-eo3w
\\rANTED-SO.OOO LADIES to c .U at the on'v
" STAMPING. FLUTING and PINKING
DEPOT in the District, and get their work done.
3*1 F street is the place, and Ladies who do not
want their wr.rk spoil.sn will so to no other so
called stamping places We are weekly in receipt
of the VERY LATEST STYLES of patterns for
Embroidery and Braiding. Stamped Goods, Braid
Silk and Cottcn for sale. oc 13 "
fhad'martrrf D'vnrtm'nt of Wa^hinttnn, 1
Ojfir'. Chie f Qunrttrmaster,
Nob. 531, 536, 53i l^h^street.^ear New Wrk av., j
Wanted immediately, fifty good CARPENTERS
to go to Point Lookout. Maryland. Wages $7<> per
month and a ration. Each workman will bringhifl
own kitof tools. Transportation will be furnished
by the Government for the workmen and their
tool, frooi city to PomtlooJo^?i,I80N.
,.p ? C?"""
VV IH J ? hTko B8 NC A K ^rV B r"U a T B f '
C^EOROETOWN CORPORATION STOCK.
? Those persons who maybe disposed to pur
chase Geoigetown Corporation Stock,which bears
an interest of six per cent, per annum, payable
quarterly, can obtain some by applying to WM.
LAIRD, Clerk of said Corporation. oc l-dtDl_
rpOWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. bytii
1 Petomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac."
"Gov. Curtin" and "Belle Haven." Apply to tht
Capta'na on board, or to
JOHN B. DAVIDSON,
m 7 IS- Water street. Oeorgetowa.
I)HON0GRAPIIIC INSTITUTE AND SCHOOL
OF Ct)MMERCE AND MATH EM ATI08. cor.
7th and E sts., opposite the Post Office. Day School
for Boys,?5 per month. No charge for Instrumental
Music. Private Lessons,from 4 to 9 p. m. oc29 1m*
NEW BOOT AND SHOE 8T"KK:*ttl
fn CHAS. B. b"aYLY Sc CO , fWt
27* PlSIBTLTiNU AVKNCK,
Bet. llth and 12tb sts., near the Kirkwood House,
Would respectfully inform their Friends and the
Public, that they will open
On MONDAY. October 17, 1864,
A flno and now assortment of
LADIES, GENTLEMEN. MISSES, BOYS, AND
CHILDREN'S BOOTS AND SHOES,
made up in the Latest and most Fashiennble style..
We will sell at reasonable prices, aid hope, by
strict attention and integrity, to merit a fair share
of the Public patronage.
Particular attention has been paid to tie Ladies'
Department of the business, and we can safely
boast of one of the finest assortment of
LA DIBS' BOOTS AND SHOES
in the city.
CHAS. B. BAYLY A CO..
oc 14-tf No. 27S? Penn. av., bet. llth and 12th sts.
jy|U81C fOR BALLS, PARTIES, tcc.
LOUIS WEBER. No~569 7th street east, re.
spectfully informs his friends and former pa
tron? tbat he continues to attend Ralls, Par-A
ties, Ac .with his well organized Band of .
Scientific Musicians. No. 5to9 7th st. cast. Nary
^ ard. oc 25-lm
1/KE8H BUCKWHEAT FLOUR.
Just received KING A BURCHELL,
oc 19 Corner I street and Vermont avenue.
/OUTLINES OF SURGICAL DIAGNOSIS Br
"/ George H. B. Mac Leod M. D. "
Mercantile Dictionary, in Knglish, Spanish and
French. 1 y0l. By J. De Veitelle.
c<?27 FRANOK TAYLOR.
of p**e" "o peri or STEAM HAW
m MILLS, with necessary appurtenances Alsi
one of Harrison's patent bRIST MILLS Both'
can be obtained very cheap Apply to .!H AS B
OALTERT Hyattsville P. 0., prince (ieorge";
YY'M. KNABK ACQ.. GOLD MEDAL FIAUOS.
The sols Agency of this celebrated Pinnoldl^
is at No. 49t? llth st. west, above Pa. av.,??YTR
where tbey can be hired or purchased at accomo
datiag terms. Second hand pianos bought and
taken in exchange lor new ones
Jic3l eod3m* Fr. 0. KEIQHENBACH.
?^INDI8EARN CHA8I, a noreU By T. Aoolphas
Crusoe's island, California and WtshoeB. J
Ross Browse. [oc6] FRAN3K TATLOB
FOB BENT AND SALE.
FWR 8ALB?A n??t RRSTAU3ANT. Iaquir.
N. W. corner of 22d and O sts. nov2 2t*
F^URNTBHKD PARLOR FOR EBNT, With B *rd,
at 37 tt H St., bet. 13th and 14th. dot l-3t*
Ff ORKJNT=T-o nicely FCRNISHBD ROOMS,
on the first flrcr, at No. 40S L3tft street, be
tween G and H no 2-3t?
FOR RENT?a bsortsomely furnished and very
desirable ROOM. Inqu're at No. 537li H st.,
between 6th and 7tb. novt3t*
rURNTSHETTROOMS. for genMem?n at 3.'?9
* 7th street, between Mass. avenue nn1 I street.
FURNISHED ROOMS for single gentlem?n,e**h
room suitable for two or three ge-itleiaeti. In
quire 3?0 E street, betw sen 10th and llth sts.
IT'ORRENT, TO GENTLEMEN?The be*t ChTa ^
r ber in a private dwelling. No. 410 II street,
between nth and 12th sts.. is offered. Inquire a*
above. dot 2-3t*
Fl"OR SALE?A new PRAME HOUSB"Tid Lot.
The house 5? 14 by 28, two stories. Situated in
the First Ward - about 4'> yards from Pa. av. Call
on cr address J. II. BYRAM. No. H 25th street
west. nov 2-3t*
A GENTLEMAN declining housekeeping will
sell his furniture with the good w'll ?f th-?
>>ous?atNo. 11> Ohio avenue, w?st of 14th str?._n.
Call between 12 and 1 o'clock, anl after 5 in toe
Three booms"foiT~rrnt^in"ii?u?e 1369th
street, between O and II; front Parlor !?? by 1(5,
ceiling IP feet high; basement lfi by 1? ceilin?r not
so high as parl?r. Location one of tbe finest :n
Washington They will be rented furnished, or
unfurnished if required. noy 2 3t*
F^ORRENT?A FARM containing one hundred
arid twelve acres, five milt s from the city, and
within ten minutes walk of Ra'lroad Station
This farm is under good cultivation, has a good
dwelling houpe and the nec??s?rv out buildings,
and r good orchard, a fine Well near the house,
also, fuel free. This farm will be rented to a re
sponsible person on moderate terns. Inquire at
399 II street, between 12th and 13th nov 2 4t*
I/'OH RENT?A FURNISHED ROOM, suitable
I for two gentlemen. Apply at No. 44 4 L street,
corner of 13th. nov 1 St*'
FOR RENT?Two unfurnished ROOMS, suitable
fur housekeeping. on D street, between 7th aud
8th, Islaad. Bent. <10 pT month. nov 1 3t*
H)R rWt-Oh- HOUSE on L streetnor'h con
t.i'ning eight rooms. Inquire of JOHN MI R
PHV, Grocer, corner of 1. and l!,tb sts. no 1 2t*
I/OR RENT?Two ROOMS on first floor , furnished
a~ Parlor and Bed-room, at 491 llth street
west, between Pa. av. and E st. nov l-3t"
1/OR RENT?Thrse ROOMS, over the new Drug
F Store, corner 6th and N streets, suitable for a
small family. Inquire at 32* K street, between
13th and 14th. nov l-3t*
l^OR RENT?In a desirable loration. and with a
I private familv. a neatl* furnished PARLOR
and CHAMBERS, No.470 15th street between Pi.
av. and F st._ noy l-3t*
HOR RENT? A BRICK HOUSE, containing six
r rooms, water, and gas. on K street, between
f?th snd ioth sts. Inquire of C. F. E. RICHARDSON,
L st.. No. 473, between llth and 12th sts. nl 2t*
A-FURN.-PHED HOUSE FOR RENT at the cor
ner of 18th and II sts., No.-369, will b? open
for applicants from 9 o'clock a. m.. to 4 ??'clock p.
m The house will not be rented for a boarding
h 011 se^ DOT l-5t*
OR SALE?Three FRAME HOUSES, nearly
new. gas and water, five rooms each, finely
locsted. Will be sold on tbe most accommodating
terms Call at No. 300, comer of <Uh street west
and M street north. nov l-3t*
r*"iWO FURNISHED and one uniurnished RDOMS
I to tent without board. Hoarding house in
the neighborhood, where meals are served. Ap
piv at No. 3*20 New lork avenue, between 9th
and liitn bis. nov I it*
JVTICE HOUSE TO LET AND IMME DI ATE
i^l POSSESSION GIVEN -The BRICK COT
TAGE with pleasant ri?.??-var.i ?n,j piazza, on II
street, between North Capitol and isistreeTr, ,. <
Inquire after 4 o'clock p. m , at 59S M street, be
tween 6th and 7th. nov 1-Iw"
I^OR SALE?The GOOD WILL and FIXTURES
of a Barber Shop, bow doing a good cash busi
nee*s. A bargain mav be expected by applying im
mediately on 1st street west, one door from Penn
sylvania avenue. mnmwiV
nov 1 at* w. E. PARRAWAY.
FBurnished rooms for rent ?two hand
somely furnished PARLORS and CHAMBERS,
a'l on the firrt tioor, suitable for a family or single
gentlemen, with or without hoard. Any Members
or others wishing to have comfortable quarters
nov 1 iw" No. 477,corner "th and D sts.
F^OR KENT?A comfortable three-story Brick
Dwelling HOUSE, on north side of F street
north, next 10 the corner of 13th street wes'. and
opposite the residence of the late Gen. Jessup.
Possession *iv*n immediately. For terms apply
to J AMES TOWLE8, Property Ascent, office 4MO
II st., between 8th and 9th sts. west, back of Patent
Office, at the hours of 1 o'clock and 5 p. in.
to v 1-tf
170R RENT?A FRONT ROOM on the first floor,
suitable for a small fancy store or a tobacco
nist. Call at 304 corner 7th an l L sts. oc3l 3t*
I~^OR RENT ?Two lart'e furnished FRONT
ROOMS, on first and second floors 4 9"* E
street north, between 2d and3d^ oc 31-31*
I ''OR RENT?Two comfortable furnished ROOMS,
F communicating with each other. Apply at40l
12th et., bet. I and K. oc 31-e?3t*
P^ORSAl E?TheTURN ITURE and GOOD WILL
of a large aBd well furnished boarding house,
of extremely low rent, situated on P st., 2d door
from i'j st . near Arsenal gate. oc 31-lw't
FOlTRENT?To a respectable family of two per
sons, two UNFI'RNl SHED ROOMS, in a new
house. Apply to MRS. GKNDELL, Valley street,
Cieorgetown. Pump near the door oc3l 3t*
T'HREE UNFURNISHED ROOMS and a base
I ment KITCHEN, 30li Delaware avenue, only
one snuart- from city cars, two north of the cap.
t,,l. oc 31-3t*
I/OR RENT-Two UNFURNISHED ROOMS, on
1 first floor, on L street, between 1th aud 5th,
No. t>r>3. oc 29-3r. __
I/OR RENT-Two ROOMS, on second floor, suit
able for four gentlemen, and one ??n first !!oor.
Inquire at 43T sth street, between G and_ 11
streets, west side. oc 29 _
F'OR SALE?A new three story brick HOUSE,
southwest corner of *2d and Market streets,
Georgetown, D. C., containing 17 rooms, with a'l
the latest improvements, in perfect order. A hrick
stable, ice house and all necessary out buildings
attached. House 4.*<x43. lot 80x151. Price
Terms easy, and possession when required. Jfor
further particulars s^piy on the premises,
oc 29 lit^
("1IGAR STORE FOR SALE-PRICE ABOUT
J 5:200. Good locality, near the little inarRet;
N E~ comer of 8th and L streets. Possession given
immediately^. oc 2S lw l
Houses and lots for sale-Oh h andG
streets north, on Ma ne and Maryland ave
nues, D and K south, and street.west bet w-en
M aod N s >uth. B- MILBI RN, &. 8. Jail,
oc 24 in*
nRFG STORE FORSALE-One of the bert busi
ness stands in the city, with a iarge and well
Helei.te.1 stock . will be KOI' for cash aid good pa
per Address A B .? Post Office, Washington
i 08LIB ? HOUSE FOR SALE.
The Proprietor of this popular and well-known
Hotel and Restaurant intends to retire from busi
ness and offers his well Known house f,,rJ'Ta'<^
Any one wishing to enif??e m a LC0RATIV1
BUSINESS can call on the Proprietor, 247 Penn
sylvania avenue beV 12th and 13th sts. oi-L-.w
F~UR~nTsHED ROOMS FOR RBNT.-For rent
comfortable and well furnished ROOMS at 4o0
12th street, east side, between G and H sts. No
children in the house The location is one ot the
most agreeable and desirable ia Washington,
1_^UE UNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT PRI
" ate sale a tract of LAND, containing about
two hundred and fifty acres, distant about 4 mi es
from the Capitol, over Benning s Bridge, about?l
acres cleared, and 45 in meadow; the balance in
unsurpassed timber, mostly oak and chestnut. No
Improvement*.except a small ho*se. For further
particulars address Box 3-4 , Washington, D O.,
or inquire of the subscriber, W miles northeast
of Benning's Bridge. g 8TTERIKP.
pep o -.ni -?.?
rRNlSHED ROOMS TO RENT, without Board,
to gentlemen only-347 K street, near 13th.
lnqCi?e of Mrs I. E. STEPHENSON^ .'. 31-tf_
-?ALL GOODS. JugT RBCIIvED
377 SEVENTH STRKET,
Having just returned from New York. I would
respectful y call the attention of the citiz- m o
WashintJon, Georgetown and Alexandria to our
large and well assorted stock of go.>is, comprising
11A1S. of all the different styles.
FRENCH FI-OWER4, RIB HON 4,.
MILLINERY GOODS. NOTIONS.
PR1SS GOODS. 811 AWLS
COTTONS. FLANNELS, A c., Ac.,
with a geieral assortment too numerous to men
'"Having purchased the shove since t^he he?vy de
cline in gcJd. I am prtpared to sell at prices wfiic.ii
deJcy^.yition. Mrs A. McCLOSKY.
421 8EV1NTH8TRE1T. ^21
STILL selling OFF.
Ihava still a arg? stock of seasonable aid d
jrable Domestic and Foreign DRV GOODS on
hand, which must be Bold before the first of ? in
uary. and mention among oth?rs
Bleathed Muslins, ftt 46 centtt.
Ca'icoei, at 3 > cents
Wybegt Do. at 37X centi.
All wool White Flannels, tW cents.
Sheetings, 50 to 76 centi. .,
Latest Style Cloaks, at pricea to defy all com
petition. . ,,
Delaines, Merinoes, AlpiO*1- T T
Skirt Boaoma. 35 cents.
In fact, a general assortment of
DRY AND FANCY GO >DS
in variety sufficient to suit tbe most fastidious.
Come one, come all, to tbe Ore ' n
nf JULIUS 8Y01L.
c a-iw* 491 Bevetth
Far other Aactlan Sale* first pa??.
THIS mgRMOOH AWPTO-MORHOW
THOS. DO^ LIN0. Auctioneer; Goorfetown*
BUILDING MATERIAL TO BE RKMOMD AT
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Not. 2d. at 4
o'clock p. m . I will sell, on the c*n\l, betwe n
Potrmac and Market streets. Georgetown, one
large Frame lions'? and Sheds. to be remove!
within thirty days, to make room for coal wharves.
oc28-d THOS. DOWLING. Auct.
y J. c. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
EXCELLENT BUILDING LOTS ON 14TH ST.
AT PUBLIC SALE.
Cn WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Nov. 2. at 4li
o'clock, on the premises, we ?h?ll sell to the high
est bidder. twenty-fonr fire BnlJ;ng Lots, at the
corner rf lttli and T sts. Eleven of them fronting
20 feet on 14th street. and running hack 12 < feet 2
inches to a wide public alley. The remainder front
or T street near 14th st.
Terms: One-third in cash; the remainder in six
and twelve months, with interest, secured bv a
deed of trust on the premises. A payment of $25
en each lot requir?d at the time of sale.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the par
oc 27 d J^C McGUIRB & CO., Aucta.
Y W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers,
Southwest corner Pa. av. and 9th st.
FINE ROSEWOOD PIANOFORTE AND HOUSE
HOLD FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
On THURSDAY MORNING. Nov. 3d, com
mencing at 10 o'clco.k, we will sell at house No.
395 18'h street. l>?tween P an'i G streets, the
entire Household Furniture and effects, embra
Fine Rosewood Pianoforte, Cever and Stool
1 Handsome Parlor Suit, nine pieces, of thsheit
1 W alnut Parlor Suit
Easy and Reception Chairs
Brussels end Ingrain Carpets
Rrocateile aud Lace Cur ains
Walnut Bnffett. with Mirror and Etageres
Walnut. French and other Bedsteads
Walnut Marble top Buresueand Washstand(
Hair and Shuck Mattresses, Bolsters, ani Pil
Walnut Extension, Dining and other Tables
Cane aud Wood-seat and other Chairs
Lounges, Side-Tables, Window Shades and Cor
Mattin*. Oilcloth, Rags
Refrigerator and Cooking Utensils
And with other articles in the housekeeping line.
Sale positive. Terms cash.
cov l-2t WM. L. WALL & CO . Aucts,
Y J AS. C. McGDIKE Sc. CO., Auctioneers.
FIVE BUILDING LOTS NEAR THE NATIONAL
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON. November 4th, at 41*
o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell, three desi -
Table Building Lots, fronting l'> feet each on north
11 street, at the west end of the National Printing
tffice, and running back 105 feet to an alley
Also, two Lots in same Square, fronting 19 f?-et
each on north G street, between 1st street west ai:d
North Capitol street, and running back 175 feet 3
inches to ? 3>-foot paved alley.
Te-ru* : One-thirl in cash; the remainder in Rand
12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust
on tt e premises.
Conveyaaces and stamp3 at the cost of the pur
nov l d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts.
369 SEVENTH street. 4^"<)
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES!
We have iust received from the New York auc
tions a lot of
which we are selling fifty per cent, less than for
Fi'v'e Tunned SHZS*!? very ch(;ap,
chased during the recent decline 'in the"pn'cei
ol poods. which enables us to offer them at bar
Eight hundred pounds pure GEESE FEATHERS
These featherft are f?oin Montgomery county
Ma., hd?1 are prime c.nntrv fe&thprg
L&rpeet stock FURNITURE, CROCKERY .QLAS3
WOODEN and WILLOW WARE in thecitv '
H. BONTZ. '
Successor to Bontz A Griffith,
oc 31 IQt [ChronicleI 309 7th st., near I.
r UMBER, LATHS, SHINGLeTT Ac.
On haml and constantly arriving cne of the lar
gest and best assortments of
SPRUCE, HEMLOCK ANI) WHITE PINE
to be found in this city, consisting of Spruce tim
ber Joist ani Scantling of all sizes and lengths
Also, Hemlock do., do.; White Pine4 4.R-4 8-iand
select and common; dressed Flooring of White
V e low and Norway Pin?;8p-uce and White Oak;
Palings, dressed and rough, square and headed!
together with a good assortment af
SHINGLES, LATHS, Ac.
All of which we fire prepared to sell low for
C?"h C. H. CHURCH, A- CO ,
oc 28-eo.Uif* Cor. Maryland av. and 11th st,
A full assortment of
COMFORTS. RUGS. Ac.,
PILLOWS AND BOLSTERS. FEAFHER
TABLE COVERS, Ac., Ac.,
With every conceivable article that is necessary
in tb e Housekeeping line, at the New Store.
No. 4 06 SEVENTH STREET,
Betweex G and II Streets, East Side,
. Having just returned from the North with an
immense stock of Goods, I would respectfully cau
the attent >n of thec'tizens and those about fur
nishing to My stock af New Goods, w aich was pur
chased before the late advance in gold, and which
5, at fices that cannot fail to please.
we charge nothing for showing our Goods, and
feel confident that when seen they will sell them
selves. B. BUCIILY,
40t> 7th street, between G soil H,
'*? m Ten doors above the Old Stani.
THE FOLLOWING SPLENDID LIST
WATCHES, CHAINS. GOLD PENS, AND PEN
CILS, Ac.. 4c.,
W O R T H ? 30 0,000'
To be sold at One Dollar Each, without r-yard
And not to he paid until you know what you
loo Gold Hunting Cased Watches, each..., S 1(K?
looGold W atched ?t
2"" Ladies' Wstches..... ...
50o Silver VV atches .".'.7. * S; 15 to 25
SX'Gold Neck and Vest Chains 12 to 15
2-?S Cfcatelaioe and Guard Chains 5 to 15
<y ,?t a.nd N"ck Chains?^? 4 to 12
4,0<<i Solitaire Jet and Gold Brooches 4 to 3
-'!!!? P?1 j1 Lava.Gainet, Ac Brooches., 3to 8
ifO'd, Jet.Opal, Ac. E/tr Drops 3 to 8
5,Coo (,ents Breast, and S<-ai t Pins... ... 3 to 8
6,000 Oval Band Bracelets 3 to 8
2.100 Chased Bracelets 5 to 10
o\8Ji1?alili<&DVl Pins and Rings.. 250to8
2,<tJ0Gold Watch Keys 250to'5
5,< 00 Sol'tai re Sleeve Buttons and Studs 2 to 8
3,000Gold Thimbles..., 4 to i;
6,ik 0 Miniature Lockets 2 to 7
8,<XM Miniature Lockets. M?gic 4 to <1
2,5(>0 G<ld Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac .. . 2to i:
3,< 00 Fob and Ribbon 81ides 2 to 5
5.IHI0 Chased Gold Rinjjs 2 to 5
4,000 Stone Set Rings. 2 to <!
(j,5?'0 Sets Ladies' Sewelry?Jet an I Gold.. 5 to 15
CetsLadies' Jewelry?varied styles . 3 to 15
8,1'M Gold Pens, Silver Qase and Pencil. 4 trj s
4.0'Oi_o.d Peus, Go!d Ca^e and Pencil o to lo
Gold Pens. Gold-mounted Holder .. 2 to c
All the goods in the above list will b,? rfti,i w!*h
jnt reservation, for ONE DOLLAR EACH. Cer
^ various articles are placed in
?T'1 ??r *pvelOpeK ft 11 ?! fie,1 led. These envelopes
"y n)**i,.or delivered at our office,
w lttout regard to choice. On receiving a certifi
cate you will see what article it represents, and it
is optional with yon to rend one dollar aid receive
the article nan td. or ?nv other in the lis', of same
value. In all transactions by mail we charge for
forwarding the Certi3cafes, piying postage, and
doiug the business, 25 cents each. Five ckrtipi
f'ATEs will he ffntfor fi; Ei.EvgN for $2; tiurtv for
55; STXTV-FIVK for f 10: and oxk lirMntgo for lis.
We guarantee entire satisfaction in every instance!
Agkbts ?Special terms o agents.
Address GEORtiE DKMERIT A CO.,
"<? '5-8V Wlm 3t'3 Broad ?ay New Yo'k,
DISSOLUTION OR COPARTNERSHIP. ??
7hf Copartners) ip horttotore existing hetweei
the undersigned as Merchant Tailors, is, this Uth
day ot October, 18t?4. di>solved bv mutual consent
All debts due the late firm will be paid to Wm s'
Ttel. G W. HINTON,
The business will he carried on by William S
Teel. at theold stand. Pent sylvania avenue'
under Me'roprlitan Hotel, who hopes to merit a'
continuation of the patronage of the late firm
OQ27-1W WILLIAM S. TEEL.
ALL KINDS Of BOTTLES BOUGHT ANDdOLD
the highest price wil, be paid for Champagne
Mottles, at 67 1 Seventh street. Island, between E
and F B-rtets. oe 24.1m*
E^RUIT TRIES. AC.?FruitTreesof flnestqual
ity and moderate in prices can be ?np^UedgQfr
by the undersigned, consisting af Standard
and Dwarf Fears. Apples. Peaches, Apncots^-^
NectariDe^ Cherries, &c.. Grape > inei Deia
wire^Concords, Rebeccas.Roger's Seediing, and
Lawton Blackberries, Htrawbernea, Goosebernes,
Cnrrants 'vc.; Evergreen,. Shade Tr
&00 .?st- 39B 7th >W, corner fa.
RjlMOV AL^ AljLI0Tt f,0nx parlB,
lata Pennsylvania amae,
?? WHlard'8 Hotel, by expiration of leaae will
and open oa October ?th, at No. SS4 ?
ff^t'ne^rGrorer'? Theatre, oc 13-lm*
BALE?The GOOD WILL, FIXTURES w>d
KpTOCK of a well eatablishad meat Bton.Jlo.
itkXt.?n>?r CUy Hall.
nni> BALI?Twenty-one YELLOW MNI Ot>L
F UMNS.9S lon? by 10 Inches wida
?t 336 H 00
JJVJA8. 0. MoGUIEE A OQ.,A?cUoneera
CATALOGUE sale of YALUARLB LIBRART
OF ljSOO VOLL'MKri.
On THURSDAY EVENING. November loth, at 7
oVlock.untbe flrrt floor of the Auction Rooms,
we shall ?e!l. by catalogue, the Library of the Rev.
Joshua Rector of Christ Chursh, compri
sing about 1,6<> velumes, chtic? works in erery de
partment of literature.
*T ('at*;otii?!i rondr for delirery on Wedees
dav, the Mb instant.
_oc2? <| J AS. C. McGUIB K A CO., Au"fs
|^Y GRLKN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers.
c^TlNrATiON SAI.itOF REILEY ESTATE
S>vJAJ'UARLE IMPROVED PROPER
TY ON CAPITAL HILL.
. 'W<>1' Oie undersigned, Trustees under the will of
the late ICdmniid Reilty, oflVr for it puMiC
auction, on THl RSDAY, the Sd of November next,
at 4 o'clock p. m . part of Lot4, in Sqnar- 7S>, with
two Brick Houses thereon, fronting thirty ne
feet nine inches on A street and fifty feet on 2d st.
Term* of sale One half of the purchase money
is to be paid in cash; the balance in six and
twelve months, with interest, secureu by a dee l of
trust on the premises; or all r.r fb at the option of
the purchaser. A payment of f 2."> from each pur
chaser will be required when the property is
knocked down _
If the terms of sale are not complied with in on*
w.-ek a'ter the sale, the right to resell at the risk
of the defaulting purchaser, on one week s pre
nous notice in the National Intelligencer, is re
st rved bv the Trustees.
Al! cor.voices and stamps c;it "fthe pur
cbaser JOHN CARR >LL BRENT.
PATRICK McKEN N \,
oc_31 GREEN It WILLIAMS. Aucts^_
Y GREEK A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers.
No. corner 7th and D st?. north.
TIIRKK. HANDSOME AND DESIRABLE BUILD
I NO LolS ON NORTH D STRAIT. ATAUO
On TIIUR' DAY. tbe 3-1 of November, we shall
sell, in front of tbe premise*, at 4 o'clock, part of
Lots I, S and 4, in Square 313. This property front*
on north N, between lltb and 12tS sts. west.
Terms: One h^If cash: the balance in six. nine
and tw < Ive months, secured by a deed of trust on
the premium, and det-d irivrn.
All conveyance and revenue stamps at the pur
ec31-d GREEN A: WILLIAM*. Aucts.
Y TII0MAS DOWLING. Auct., Georgetown.
BLACKSMITH'S TOOLS. FORCES. LUMBER.
two new wagons, one carriage, onk
TOP UTOGY, LUMBER WAGONS, Ac,, AT
On FRIDAY MORNING. November i, at 10
o'clock, st the Carriage Factory of J. B. Yander
iverken, No. in*" High street_ near Dunbartoa
street, I will st-1! bis stock, consisting of?
Blacksmith's Tools. Fnrgeg, &c
Lot Lumber, two new Wasrons, one Carriage
One Top Buggy Lumber Wagons. Ac
And ronny articles not mentioned.
Sale positive, as the proprietor intends changing:
novl THOMAS DOWLING, Auct.
Y GREEN A WILLI AMS. Auctioneers.
No. 5'Jti, corner of 7th and D streets north.
HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE
On FRIDAY, the tth instant, we shall sell, at 1>
o'clock a m . a part of the Eurnitu-e of t ne Mount
Pleasant Hotei, at the corner of Delaware avenue
and North A street, next house to the North Capi*
tol gate, consisting of?
Carpets Chairs in dsteads. Mattresses, Tables,
Crockery and Glassware. Stoves, Ac., Ac..
Also, the Counter, Bar Fixtures, Beer Pump. Ac.,
A c , and m*ny other article* which we deem
unnecessary to enumerate.
Terms < ash.
nov 1 ;<t ? Iote'.) GREEN A WILLI AMS, Au<-H.
|^Y J. C MoGTlRB A CO., Auctioneers.
GOOD BRiciv mnu.lSl? HOUSE AND LOT
ON NINTH STREET WEST. BETWEEN K
AND LSTRKETB NORTH
On MONDAY AF1KR00V. Nov. 7th. at 4*i
o'clock, cn tte premises, wf shall sell a desirable
two story and bss^ment brick Dwelling H use and
Lot, situattd on the east side of ilth street weU, be
tween K and L street8 north, with brick stable and
giod alley in rear. This house is one of a block
known as "Doughty'* Row "
Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in Rand
12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust
on the premises
Conveyances at d ttamps at the cost cf the pur
novl d J. C McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts.
Y J. C McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
CHANCERY SALE OF Y 4LU ABLE BUILDING
LOTS IN Till FIReT WARD
By vir'ue of a decree made and passed by the Su
preme Court of the District of Columbia, in a
cause depending therein, No. 284. Equity Docket
7,1 will sell, on th? premises, on THURSDAY, the
10th day of November, A D. 1S61, at 4 o'cl >2h p.
m., the south hslf of Lot numbered thirty (J1) and
the whole of Lot numbered thirty one (31) in
Square numbered one hundred, in the city cf
The part of Lot thirty front- 25 feet 9*2 inches r.n
2 'th street west, between L Mod M streets no-tta.
Lot thirty-one will be sold in two equal parts eaeft
fronting 25 feet 11% inches on 2<>th street, aud all
the property extends back ISi feet 9 inches to a
thirty feet alley. The property is in a rapidly
improving part of the city, an! the title is per
Conveyancing, including stamps, at the expense
of the purchaser _
FRED'K W. JONES. Trustee
ocS'i-eoAds J. C. McGUIRE & Co. Aucts.
^ ALL OF CONDEMNED OATS .
Chikf Qcabtbrmastbr's Ofpicb, )
Dbpot or M'ashisoto*, >
Washington. D. C.. November 1. 1S-U.N
Will b" sold at Public Auction ?t S?venth-8treet
Wharf, Washington. D C , on 8ATURDA Y. No
vember 12, 1H64, at 11 o'clock a. m., a quantity of
condemned a? unfit fer use.
Ssicceksful bidders will be required to remove the
Oats within five 15> days from date of sa e.
Terms Cash, m Government funds.
D H. RUCKER,
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
nov l-l It Depot of Washington.
Eie'usive sale of th?
TREASURE GA? HKATER
far Boil!? g Water, Stewing Oypters. miking Tea
and CofTee, Boiling Eg?s. keeping a pl&te of food
hot, wid a hundred other uses.
This article is constructed on the most approved
scientific yrirciples, and is the most efficient and
economical agrtit for condensing and utilising the
heat of Gas ever Invented.
No family sbould be wi'h^ut one.
Advantageous terms offered to dealers.
For sale wholesale and retail hv
SIBLEY A GUY,
oct 7 tf ,1'22 D St., between loth and 11th.
CHOICE FALL 8TOCK.
Justopened, a beaut'fHl a?soriBientof Gold, Em
broidered and medium priced Gilt papers.
Also, a varied an! choice stock of H*tin *nd
Blank Papers. Borders, htataes. Centre Pieces, Ac.
Orders for Paperbangings or Window 8hadt>s
punctually executed in city or country.
Terms cash for goods and a or.
OVAL PICTURE FRAMES.
The richest, hand?r?Ttest ar.d most varied stock
of Gilt and Dsrk Wood Oval Picture Frames in
the District. These goods are warranted be
gilded with goli leaf and of superior workman
6 Also, a leantiful assortment of Card Yisite
Frames of foreign and domestic manufacture. All
goods warranted as represented.
486 WINDOW SHADES. 4,S()
Different colors and sizes Window Shtdes in
store. Orders for any required style or siie Shade
made to order.
PICTURE CORD AND TASSELS.
Different sizes and colors Picture Cord anl Tas
sels, hines, Nails. Ac.
CARD YISITE FRAMES,
French (lilt. Swiss Cai ved wood, and American
Composition <"ard Frames in variety.
48T) P^TURES." " ^
A few choice Engravings and Paiotines for ?tle
at J. MARKRITER'S, No.4-?6 Seventh street.
?E?"Please remember tbe Number, 4*?6, and th?
term Cash for Goods and Laboi. sep 17-<SwIP*
G G 8 ! !
Fresh Butter in 2 to 12 pound pa-kages, of the
finest quality for table us*, a-riving almost daily,
iresb hets, )>rim^Neqr York Che*-s?*.
For pale at the lowest pr-ces, 430 8th street, op
posite Center Market,
oc ?' 12t D. E. DUTROW.
PRI^ ATIONS AND SU FFERINGS OF 0FFI
cers and Soldiers while Prisoners in tee hand
of the Rebels, 25c; The New Book of Nonsense
fl.50; Tfce Children's Hour. $1.25; Goodwin's Re
?ly to Bishop Hopkins on Slavery, #l.fln; Ora. the"
ost Wife, by Bella Z. Spencer, ?l 5.'; The Nasbr
Papers, by Petroleum Y Nasby. 25c: Ye Book of
Copperheads, 25c ; Mustang Gray, Df Jeremiah
Clemens, 7-V-; the Rivals, by Jeremiah Clemens,
75c; Lily White, by Edward Goodwin. 75?.
oc 14 ' FBANOK TaV LQR.
[V0TICE-F0R SALE.-MO ?ets of o"*. ?*<>
li and four-horse second-hand H^KHBbS. ?n
good order, nearly new. and J00 Mcond-hand SAD
DLES and BRIDLES. Apply to H. S. JOHNSTON.
No. 37 3 Pa. avenue, between 4>i nd th streets,
opposite Na> ? l tel. ' la>
IGOD Second hard Tentt constantly on hand.
AKo. N.. T?,.or?Tbr
Sail Makers, 63? Uth street,
soaiim' near the wharf.
*"? ILLARD'8 LIFE AND CAMPAIGS8 OF GEN.
H McCUUan; General McOlellan's Report; Bar
nard i Review of McClellan's Report: Language of
Flowers, cole red plates; Enoch Aid en. by Teuny
son. Chruter's Index; wep^ Fables la French.
sep8 FRANOK TAYLOR.
SHOW CA8E8 FOR BALl.-^iit received eight
elegant COUNTER 8H0W CA8E8 bv the bert
maker* la New York. Apply te P.J. BELLI W it
Co., 510 7th street, three dooraaoath of Odd Fel.
lews' Hali. Jy?-tf