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L.UCAL NEWS.
AMUBIMJUCTS TO-NIGHT.
Orotkb'8 THBATKB?Mr. E. T. Gro ver, the
business manager of Grover's Theater, to-night
takes a benefit, and the drama entitled "Ro
mance of a Poor \oung Man" will be per
formed, all of the stock company having ten
dered their services for the occasion. Mr. Sinn,
the manager of Canterbury Hall, has also
tendered the services of two of his most prom
inent performers, Era Brent and Georee E.
Edeson, for the occasion. This is the last night
but one of the season.
Oabtkkbcrt.?Another week of merriment
?s promised the patrons of this hall. Songs
dances and merry sayings will be the order
to-night, and the entertainment will conclude
with the performance of the "French Spy,"
Miss Louisa Wells assuming the characters of
"Henri St. AJme," "Hamet" and ? Mathilda."
Eva Brent, Edeson, Edwards, Armstrong,
Clarke and the Court of Beauty will appear
Cikcvit Court, Judgh Carttrr? Th* Case
of Wilry vs. Brown.?On Thursday, alter our
report closed, Miss Roby, in answer to a ques- !
ttoaof Mr. Bradley, replied that she had heard i
Mr. Jesse Brown tell Tillotson that if he did I
not give Mrs. Brown up he would cut him off. :
Mary Bush, (colored.)?Witness lives in Cam
den, N. J., and remembers Mrs. B., who she
cursed at Mrs. Dodd'f, in the First Ward, with
the child Emma S. Brown. At the time of her
confinement no one visited her until Col. Lar
ned came with a letter, which she delivered to
Mrs. Brown.
By Mr. Brent?The proper name of the child
vras Emily: but she called it Emma. Witness
put the Francis to her name, but that was
taken off. The child had an "S" or "F" to her
name, which shu thinks Mrs.-B. put to it. Col
learned did not sew Mrs. B. while she was con
??? saw Col. Lamed when liecarnt1
vrith the second letter. No gentlemen visited
Mrs. B. in her room at the time. Don't know
that Mr. Larned was acquainted with Tillot
son Brown.
Thos. C. Donn sworn.?Witness knew Mrs
B. in the spring ot '35, when she Inert in the
bouse on Twenty-first street. In the sprm* of
'35 Col. Earned called at the store of Doteler &
I>onn, where witness was employed as a clerk,
and stated he wished to.purehase lunature for
his heuse on Twenty-first Ptre^t, and the fur
niture was sent. Mrs. Brown came to the store
ft iter wards and selected some crockery ware,
which was sent to the house. Subsequently
"witness called upon Col. Larned with the bill,
and he paid it or apportion of it. Witness was
satisfied that it was not Mr. Brown who paid '
the bill. Mrs. B. afterwards kept a Congress
boarding-house on the avenue, where John
White and Ben Hardin were boarding. Wit
ness had seen Larned go to the house carrying
ft numter of packages, which witness supposed
to be groceries. In '36 witness brother was
making up a superior lot of fnrmturo for Mrs.
B., when witness went iu partnership with
him. Mrs. B. frequently called at the shop to
see how they were getting along with the work.
The work was finished and put up in the B
street house, aud after a time they needed
money and called on her with the bill, when
she said that she had no money, and that Har
din would pay the bill. Witness wrote a note
to Hardin on the subject, and Hardin called at
the shop and appointed to meet them at Mrs.
B.'s. At the time appointed witness went to
Mrs. B.'s, and found Hardin there, and they
went over the bill together. Hardin cut some
of the items down, and after they had got to the
foot of the bill Hardin told Mrs. B. to pav the
bill, and she took her purse out and paid ail but
about ten dollars, which H. said he would call
at the shop and pay. Witness was employed
to bury the child, which died in'3S. Mrs. B.
kaid its nami? was White, and told witness that
she did not wast the full name on the head
stone, but "Georgiana W.;" and witness en
gaged a stonecutter to make the headstone, and
the inscription was put on it. Witness sug
gested that " W.," with four dots after it, be
placed on the stone, and he thought that It had
been done. Witness was frequently about Mrs.
B.'s house during the years '3d, '37 and '.Jt? re
pairing furniture; sometimes three or lour times
per wi-ek, and never saw Tillotson Brown
about there. It was knewn as a house where
women of loose reputation stopped.
JuOge C'artter?Was that the Congressional
boarding house I [Laughter.]
Witness?No, sir: she moved around to the
house I speak of. Witness had often seen Til
lotson Brown go into the Fifth street house.
In Mrs. B. was in the family way, and sh~
said by Ben. Hardin, and when it died she said
it was John White's child.
By Mr. Brent?Is satisfied that the goods
sent to Mrs. B.'s house were charged to Col.
J>arned, ana recollects that Col. Larned paid
the bill. Witness thought that Mrs. 15. was
Larned's wife, until his wife came on after
wards. Witness did not kno*v Col. Larned
personally, but by reputation. L. then pub
lished a paper at the corner of Eleventh street
and the Avenne, called the tiun. Witness thinks
that White was the Speaker of the House at
that time; Mrs. B. spoke of him as Speaker
White. Mrs.' B. particularly instructed wit
ness to get a site for the near where the
Coneressmen were buried; Witness has seen
the tombstone at Glen wood, oil which the in
scription is 'Mreorgiaua. the daughrer of Eliza
beth Brown. Witness had known Mrs. Brown
lrom a child, and at that tisae would have
credited h* r for a thousand dollars.
Eliza Lrilc.h. sworn.? Witness knew Mrs.
Brown from to ''12, part of which time she
resided close by Mrs. B.'s, and never out ot the
neighborhood. In '36 and '7 Mr3. Brown lived
ots K street, and witness could see persons en
tering her house. She h:ts seen Mr. White go
into the housf, but never saw Tillotson Brown
go there prior to ;iif. W itne s had no acquaint- j
ance with Mr?. B., but knew the children,
Georgiana and Emily Francis. Witness rec- J
oilects the day Georgiana died and was buried: i
thinks sh.' was in her second year.
By Mr. Brent.?Thinks that the child died in J
August, Ifc3&; it was very hot weather, and
when she was buried there was a tremendous
storm raging. Witness could not see the front
door frem her house, but conld see the back
plainly: and never saw Mr. White go in there,
but often seen him go out the back way. .Some
times Mr. White passed nuar etiougii to wit
ness to have spoken to him if she thought
proper.
liuestion by Mr. Brent?You seem to have
?watched the men pretty closely in that neigh
borhood.
Witness.?O, yes; I've seen you about there,
Mr. Brent.
Mr. B.?Bid Mr. White visit you ?
W itness.?That has nothing to do with the
testimony I am giving in now, Mr. Brent.
Wituess continued.?She never had a quarrel
With Mrs. Brown; never quarrel with any body.
fMr. Brent?"That's a feather in your cap."]
She bad seen Beu Hardin go to Mrs. B.'s.
Mr. B.?I>id he go in the back door I
Witness.?Sometimes he went in the front 1
and sometimes in the back way; he didn't care >
?when he went.
Mr. B.?How came you to know Mr. White 1
and Mr. Hardin ? j
Witness.?I can't go into the particulars, Mr '
Brent, as I could not undertake to say exactly |
how I came to know.'Mr. White, Mr. Hardin,
?r Mr. Brent either. ' !
Mr. B.?You don't mean to say that you saw
me go into that house.
Witness.?I didn't-say so, Mr. Brent.
Mr. B.?You intimated as much.
Witness.?I did not, Mr. Brent.
Mr. B.?Was not that house near the old rail
road depot, where passengers go in and out 1
Witness.?Yes. sir, it was. Witness w:ls of
ten out of the house because she had a living j
?Co make. Witness went to Baltimore to get |
testimony at the suggestion of the counsel, Mr. !
JBradley, Mr. Wallach paying her fare. Wit- !
ness west to see Deb Easton in Baltimore, and !
ask<<d her if she knew Tillotson Brown, which j
she at first denied, and witness asked if she re- I
collected that Till Brown struck her in the ;
lace on the avenue, and what it was for, when j
she replied that she had asked him for money ?
?which ho refused to give her and that she had i
blackguarded him.
Samuel E. Arnold identified the tombstone,
?which was produced in cohrt, as having come
lrom the Congressional Cemetery. The follow
ing is the inscription*
**To thn memory of Georgiana W.,
Born Jan'y 'Jlth, 1-33,
Died Aug't 10th, 1838.
"When in this yard my grave you see.
My dear parents weep not for me;
The Lord he called, he thought it best,
That I should now b? early blesL"
J. C. AlcGitirt.?Witness, some time previous
to the death of Tillotson Brown, heard him
?ay that his brother (Marshall) was very hard
on him as his (M.'s) children would in the end
aet the property. [This conversation was in
relation to the sale of Tillotson's interest in the
hotel.]
G">r-T s. (i.Jton.?Witness, in lsvi, undertook
to negotiate for the purchase of Tillotson':. in
terest in the hotel at the instance of Mr. Wal
lach. and :if?*r the terms had been agri<*d upon
ihr negotiation fell through because the debts
ot the hotel were larger than at first snppos^d.
In the course of the negotiation witness asked
T. if Mrs. B. w w not his wife, when ho replied
??No, I am not married t* that woman." Then
a^ked if Mrs. W. uas not his child, and liesald
??No, that is impow-ible; all my property will
go tu Mr. Wallach'a wife."
By Mr. Brent?Witnew, in 1**2, heard Mrs.
B. speak ol Emily as Tillotson'* daughter and
ha? frruu~nUy seen Mr. B. riding with Emily.
Th? <Jourt adjourned to Monday.
Rks!?Tiko an Emb??liso Officer.?John
m. Sidney was atxikuxi yesterday by ore of
the Metropolitan P<Jt|r? and committed to the
oeutral jftnKihouse, charged with resisting an
enroling officer.
Thb Cblbbbation or tsb Foubth.?The
eighty.seventh anniversary of American in
dependence wag celebrated in this city by a
general suspension of business; each citizen
giving himself up to the observance of the
day either on his own hook or by participa
ting in the celebration as conducted by the
committee, who, for some time have had the
matter in hand. The bnrning of ?' villainous
saltpetre," in the shape of fire-cracIters, squibs,
rockets, &c., waj com m meed earty
on Friday evening, and continued through
out the greater portion of the night, and the
day was ushered in by the explosion of powder
in all directions. The day itself was fair and
beautilul, and all were prepare to celebrate
it in an enthusiastic manner, on accouut of
the sacred memories that clustered around
it; but when it began to be whispered a*>OHt
that the rebel army under Lee had been terribly
whipped, the excitement became great indeed.
But when about ten o'clock, and as the pro
cession was passing along the Avenue to the
President's grounds, a bu lletin was put out at
the Star office, announcing the glorious news,
and also the fact of the President's congratu
latory order, the enthusiasm went up with a
bouud. Cheers went up from every throat,
and gunpowder explosions sounded louder and
clearer than ever before, and a zest uufelt for
two years at least was given to every partici
pant in the celebration.
The programme prepared by the committee
of arrangements was fully car red out, and
everything passed off in a satisfactory manner.
At 10 a. m. the procession was formed at the
City Hall, and took up iti line of march in the
fallowing order:
Band.
Soldiers of 1912.
Mayor and City Councils, Escorted by the
Knight.s Templar.
Band.
2d District Regiment Volunteers.
3Sth Massachusetts Regiment Volunteers.
3lth Massachusetts Regiment Volunteers.
14th New Hampshire Regiment Volunteers.
Carriages with Invited Quests.
Band.
I. O. O. F., embracing representations from all
the Lodges, and under the direction of
W.J. Brown, Grand Marshal, and
John Borland Assistant.
Citizens and Strangers.
The procession moved from the City Hall to
Third street, thence to the avenue, thence to the
grounds in the rear of the President's House,
where the exercises of the day were began with
a fervent and appropriate prayer by Rev. Dr.
Sunderland, pastor of Four-and-a-half street
Presbyterian Church. The Declaration of
American Independence was then read in a
clear, distinct voice by Hon. L. E. Chittenden,
Register of the Treasury, at the conclusion of
which, His Iiocor, Richard Wallach, Mayor
of the city, introduced tin- orator of the day,
G< n. Iliram Walhridge, of New York, Tli ?
address of Gen. Walbridge was received with
much enthusiasm by the immense crowd pres
ent, and he was at times unable to proce? 1 oa
account of the loi?ft and prolonged applause
which many of the sentiments ho uitvred pro
duced.
In the course of his remarks, Gen. W. de
clared it to be the purpose of the nation to
prosecute the war to an issue that should leave
to the country and to the world no doubt about
the ability of the Federal Government to main
tain its authority over every portion of terri
tory coming under its jurisdiction. Prolonged
applause followed the utterance of this decla
ration.
At the conclusion of the address the benedic
tion was pronounced, and the crowd dispersed.
During the delivery of his address, Gen.
"Walbridge being informed that a copy of the
Extra Star containing glorious news from the
Army of the Potomac was at hand gave way
in order to allow its being read to the anxious
crowd. Mayor Wallach read from the Extra
Star the stirring news from Meade's victorious
army, which was received with the wildest
enthusiasm by the crowd, who gave three
times three and a tiger. The cheers were suc
ceeded by the "Star Spangled Banner" by the
U. S. Marine band.
A very interesting featnre of the procession
was a number of barouches fill I'd with neatly
dressed children, being a representation of the
orphans in charge of the various lodges of
Odd Fellows in the city. After the exercise*
were over the children "were conducted to the
Hall of the Order, where a bountiful supply of
refreshments had been provided for them.
The day wa.= also celebrated at the follow
ing hospitalsColumbian, Carver, Armorv
Square, St. Aloysius, Douglas, Judiciary
Square and Emory. All of ihem were decora
ted with Hags to agreateror less extent. Pa'ri
otic songs were sun*, the Declaration of Inde
pendence was read, speeches were delivered,
ttnd letters from prominent men in the loyal
States were received and read.
At Columbian the soldiers were eloquently
addressed by Hon. Mr. Tabor, of Iowa; Dr.
Crosby, surgeon in charge; B. F. Brown, of
Ohio, (brother of John Brown,) and John A.
Fowle. Interesting letters were read from
Hon. T. I). Eliot, of New Bedford. Mass., and
Gov. Andrew. The Carver boys had been in
vited to participate, and they, in return for the
compliment paid them, invited Columbia to
come over and attend their fireworks in the
evening, and the invitation was accepted.
At Armory Square patriotic songs were
sung and addresses were delivered by Rev.
T. R. Howlettof the Calvarv Baptist church,
Mr. J. A. Stoddard of the Treasury Depart
ment. and others.
AtjSt. Aloysius and at Douglas Hospitals, a
feast: of ice cream, cakes, lemonade, &c., was
prepared for the patients, and they hugely en
joyed it
At Judiciary Square each ward was gaily
decorated with the national colors, and the pa
tients were entertained by singing by Mr. and
Mrs. John A. Fowle, by the reading of the
Declaration of Independence, and by the de
livery of patriotic addresses.
At Emory the day was celebrated in a simi
lar manner, and in the evening there was a
tine display of fireworks and refreshments
were provided for the inmates.
The patients ?f Carver Hospital participated
with those of Columbian Hospital, ar 1 the
latter in turn visited Carver and onjoyed the
fireworks that had been prepared.
The colored people also ?.eiebratad the day
by marching to their several places of wor hip
and holding Sabbath school ?.nd other celebra
tions. '
In the evening thorp was a display of fire
work-, private and public, and no end of
rockets aud other pyrotechnical displays on
the part of 'he juveniles.
The saloons and restaurants were open dur
ing the day, but all passed off In a proper
manner. There was but little drunkenness,
and no rows that we heard of.
Homh idk.?Saturday night, James Dovle, a
blacksmith, who boarded at the house of Jos.
Nichols on Sixth street, between F and G
north, was shot and killed by a colored man
named Mathias Butler. Butler was arrest-d
bv officers B. F. Morris and O'OonnelL, and
taken to the Fourth Ward statian, and was
sent to jail for court by Justico Giberson. An
inquest was held by Coroner Woodward yes
terday, when ii appeared that the deceased
was sitting in a chair, with his hand on his
breast, complaining of being unwell. Butler
was in the same room, aud wasplayiug with
an army revolver. He was told to put it
away, and was in the act of doing so when It
exploded, the ball passing through Doyle's
left wrist into bi3 breast near the heart. Doyle !
expired in a few mniutes.
BoldAttbsiptatBcbglaky.?Laat Satur
day night some burglar or burglars entered
the grocery store of J. W. Davis, corner of
Ninth and E streets. Theentrance waseffected
by ttie front door, which was opened by means
ot nippers. The burglars then went to work
to force the iron safe, which they dragged to
the nflddle of the floor, and turned over upon
some hams of bacon. They charged the lock
with powder, but for some reason it did not
explode, and the burglar* left, probably is a
hurry, as the powder was still in the lock of
the safe, and nothing of value wa- taken. The
attempt was bold, the store being upon a very
public thoroughfare, and within a few steps
of the Third Ward station house.
Gkst. Sicki.ks.? This gallant officer was
brought to this city yesterday, and conveyed
on a stretcher to No. 248 F street. His leg wa*
amputated above the knee, bin he is getting
along admirably. The President visited him
yesterday, congratulated him on his ability
and courage, and expressed the greatest regret
that he should have received the dangerous
wound which rendered amputation necessary.
Lying with folded arms on the stretcher, as he
was carried uj his quarters, the bystanders
noticed that he wore thf? same imperturbable
air distinguishing him in health.
Sbllihq Liqcou to Solihskb?F.llen Craa
was arrested yesterday, and committed to the
central gnardhouse by ('apt. Todd, charged
with selling liquor to soldiers.
Pio Nto P0?rr0wi50.?Owing to the inelem
en'cy of weather, the pic uic of the Edward
Everett Association is postponed until further
notice.
Pmmuri Kocrvs, Baltimon ud
Hamibwrg, to tJu North mmd Wat.?Two trsims lttvi
Washington daily and one on Bauiay?onibk time
low fare and stare connections. Soldiers' tickets sold
through at Government rates. For tickets and far
ther informstien app'y at the ottce ef Great Penn
sylvania Boats. Bortkesst corner of Pennsylvania
avenae and Sixth St., Washington. ftffloe open from
la. m. nntUSy. m.: on Bandars from J to 4 p. ra.
aa M-ly M.O.Mqbtqb, A?rat,
?hs qninarui sasv Hata Bra is m Woslb?
Never fMet ?r Wat us Out.?U sham'sHair Dts,69
seats a box. The b?st is ?se. Try it. gold by S.
0. ford, comer Utl. street and Pa. a veins. Wash
ington, and Henry Oeok. ASxandria. Ja S-ly
Hoanrrn'a Brrr??aBewart <f let
The chill *1 ran to the < insulation byTarge draughts
of aimyle ice water U decidedly daagerpue-not
t-.atthe ?old and grateftl fluid m*r not b# lm
W>*d without peril, if a wholesome medicated
stimulant b? incorporated with it. In f*ot,a ?? *11
mineflass of flo ?tetter's Celebrated Stomach
Bitter*. taken before or with the ioe-water, the
whole difficulty will be obviated This genial
preparation is the purest and most bealthfaTtome
which the vegetable hlngdem Mm yet contributed
under the manipulations of science, fir the om ot
man. It converts t*e refrigerated beverace into
an invigorant, and eaus?? it to assimilate health
fully with the tiu;d* of the body. In all the range
of medicines there is nothing so sure as a preven
tive of mslarioua fevers its Hostetter's Bitters,
nothing that fcO completely defends the system
against tae malaria wnich hears upon its foul
winds the need s'ofrteadly disease Talrellostette1
Br.ters with yonr ice-water, and yon are not only
sife from the effects of the Rhode wsich the un
qna'IfHd beverage is calculated to produce on *be
circulation, but forearmed agiinst ail the causes of
Wholesale Agent#- A. M. Biniugor 7 Co., 237
Pens ave. jy6-eo3t
UIEB,
?n the morning of Uie 6th instant, at his resi
denre on Virginia aveDue,GE>)RGE W. EVANS,
-aired 4*> yeare, after a lingering illness, which he
"bore with fchrietian fortitude and resignation, in
the hope 01 a blissful immortality.
His friend* are respectfully invited to attend his
funeral, 3 o'clock p. m., on Tuesday.
On the 6th instant, MAKBELLft GERTRUDE,
daughter of llebort and ?Linda Downing, aged:;
years and 11 months.
Thefrends of the family are invited to attend
her funeral on Tuesdnv, the 7th, at in a'clock. Sth
street, between K and L.
On the mornir.jr of the Gth instant, RICHARD
GALLAGHER, in the 7<lth year of his s.gc.. May
he rest in peacs.
Notice of his funeral in the morning pipers.
On the morning *f the 4th insflant. MOLLIK C.
infant daughter of William N. and Annina Keejfe,
aged 6 months.
[Bait. 8un please copy.)
On the 3d instant. WILLIAM MASTER80N. iu
tbe 77th vear of his age; and a native of county
Wiftklow. Ireland, for the last 17 years a resident
of Washington.
In this city, on tbe 5th i*s*ant. in the 80tb year
of her a*e, Mrs. HANNAH N Jt ALB. lata of Lens
worth. England.
On tbe 6th of June, of dropsy, EMMA JANB,
aged 1 year, 11 mon.hs, 2*.' days. Oo the same day,
ELLA YERKK8. aged 1 years. 11 months 9 .lays,
youngest children of John II. and Anna B. J.
Gardner. *
PIC NICS, &c.
THE PIO NIC OP TUB PIONKER CLUB
which was take pla'ie to-day is postponed on
account of the weather uiitil TC K8DAY, 7tb July.
Should the weather prove unfavorable it will tike
place the next fair dnv
Managers.
H.S.Nelson, F. Pearson,
James Ball T. Newman,
J. 0. Tteintiel. It*
FOR SALE AND RENT.
M) RUNT? A STORE, with iixtares. Sfi L$. av.,
between 5th and tith street?. jy S-2t*
I^URNISHRD HOUSE fOR RENT? Suitable
for a priva ? family. For full particulars cali
at-103 1.1th street, between G and II sts. jy 6 it1
T^HE SMALL STORE ON TIIB CORNER OF
J fourteenth and G street? west, still for sale,
yet it will be sold chr-ap, as the owner has other
business to attend to. Call early. Oall at the
store from 6 a. m. to 2 p. m. jy 6-3t*
FURNISIIED ROOMS TO LET AT 442 F ST.,
between Btb and 6th. withont boart^. jy 3-1t*
Furnished rooms for rent at 4*2
north 12th st jy 3-2t*
ffOR RENT?Two fine PARLORS, jnst vacant;
also, a suit of Booms, at No. 421 15th street
between N. Y, ave. and H. _ jy a-.'it*
Furnished house for rent-in the
Firs< Ward; best of reference and security re
quired. Apply at J. C. McGUIRE'S Auction
Room. jy3-St*
(T? FURNISHED HOUSE TO RENT? l IIREE
J story brick, centrally located, iron balcony
front, ten looms, gas and furnace. Rent ?700 a year.
Address given at Star Office. jy 3-tf
I^OB RENT-A large Turnished FRONT ROOM,
witti or without board, in a private family.
Apply at MES. WILLIAMSON'S, H street north,'
between 2d and 3d. jy3-2t*
For sale-a two-story frame and lot,
unoccupied, situnted on 13?i street, between C
and D streets north, belonging to the heirs of Na
thaniel Plant (deceased). Terms of sh1? positively
cash. fly3 lw* j N. C. DRAPER, Agent.
FfOR SALE-A RETAIL GROCERY on 15th St.,
between L and M. Building and stock sold to
gether or separate. This is a good chance for a
smart man with small capital. If it is not dis
posed of by Wednesday, J uly Hth. it will be sokl at
auction at 1! a m.on that day. Inquire of E A.
MARSHALL, Grocer, 542 L street,corner of 8th.
Jy 3-2t*
F^OK RENT?A FURNISHBB HOU8B contain
ing eight rooms. Po'semon given immediate
ly. To a good tenant, terms moderate. Also, a
House containing f ix rooms. Apply, 256 Fourth
street, between 1 nr.d K sts. jy 2 3t*
I^OR RENT?A HOUSE with 12 rooms in it, very
desirably lacated.for rent and furniture for
sale. Gail on 8th street, between G and H. No.
41 h. jy l it'
FOR RENT?With boaid, two fine lar?e rooms
on 3d floor and one on 1st lloor. and several
small rooms for single gentlemen. Terms rooder
I ate. 415 X street, near Post and Patent Offices.
? Table Boarders also accommodated, jy l-3t*
l^OR RENT-A large first-class FURNISHED
1 HOUSE in Georare'own?11 rooms, stabling,
etc. Also for lease, the valuable Lot in this city,
northwest corner of C and 11th streets, Also a Lot
for sale, on the west side of 12th a*-t Oanal street.)!.
Both good stands for business And several eli
gible situated Lots, for private residences, for
Bale. JAM IS F. HALIDAY,
je 77-fit* R?al ?Btate Broker, 515 llth st
I^OR t BUNT?A FURNISH 3D HOUSE desi
rably located, not far troin Willards7 Hotel.
It is supplied with all th<? modern improvements.
For terms,aj.ply to E. P SIMPSON, at Sibley 4
Guy's. 32'i D, between 10th and llth. je 25-tf
FINE GARDEN FARM
A
FOR SALE.
Four miles and a half from Washington, in &
northernly direction, in a high state of caltivation,
now covered with a flourishing crop of vegetation,
fine Dwelling, all requisite outbuildings, two
pumps of excellent wat'-r ; and will be sold cheap
lor casb. In-iaireol E. LACY.onthe premises, or
J BANKS. Ferd Dealer, corner Seventh and N
streets, Washington je23-l?*
SECOND SALE OF LOTS.
SAVE YOUR RENT.
TEN L0T8 on Pa. av., bet 6tu and "th ats. east, 2*
ft front; price* from $337}i to $575,
'FIVE LOTH on fcid st . bet D and N. Y. av., e&ck
1.83Gsq.ft; 912lt per lot.
NINE LOTS on Dst., bet. 6th and 7th ?ast,2?tt
front; prices from S237he to .S3?<>.
FOUR LOTS on *}d st., bet. M and N, each 1,67" sq.
ft: price S125 per lot.
SEVENTEEN LOTS cor. of 5?th and C sti., 20 ft
front; prices from S35 to SlOft.
TEN LOTS cor of21?t and R sts.,2" fttront; prices
from 8100 to glisn. ?
TEN LOTS on llth st eapt, bet. Pa. av. and D St.,
each 1,700 iq. ft; prices from 5'75 to $225.
Terms: One-naif c??b; balance in monthly pay
meats Plans may be seen at No. 27 7 I street,
from3to6 o'clock p ni. Title perfect. Ctmvey
aiidng paid by the purchaser. je 23 eotit
1~70R SALE?150 desirable BUILDING LOTS in
varloaa seetiona of the city of Washington, at
lew prices and on convenient terms. Apply toE.
OARUSI, Law Office, No. 3^ Louisiana avenue.
je5-lm* _
Furnished booms to rent?tor rent, at
400 12th street, east side, between 6 and H
streets, neatly furnished and very comfortable
bed BOOMS, and SITTING BOOMS, and PAB
LORS. The neighborhood is one of most desirable
In the city. Every attention paid to those occupy
ing them. No children in the house. my X-tf
GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS.
IY"=5=?NOTI01.?LICENSES.?All persons whose
(J.J5 licenses from the corporation of George
town expire on the 30th instant are hereby not..led
to renew the same on or before the 10th of Ju'y
next, otherwise they subject .themselves to a One,
and the law is compulsory on the proper officers to
enforce said fine against all delinquents.
Je 34-Jitawtjy It) WM. LA 1RD. Clerk.
HOTOGRAPH
A L B U M 81
The largest, chetpeot and best stock of
PBOTOGBAPH ALBUMS
now in the District, can be found at No. Pf High
street, Georgetown. D. O.
An examination of my stock of Books, Stationery,
Fancy Articles, Perfumery, Ac., is respectfully
solicited. GEORGE W. KING,
jeii lit* 85 High street, Georgetown, D. C.
T7 JNO. W. LUM8&ON,
Jf OBWABBING AND GENERAL COMMISSION
MERCHANT.
91 avd 103 WATia STasn,
OsOTKftOlB*. D. C..
Attends to the aalo of Produce, Flour, Grain, and
Merchandise generally; Procures Freight, Char
ters Vessels, Ae.
Business transacts! always with promptness and
dispatch. mar 4-tf
ONEW WAB MAP
P Eenniylvania, Maryland and Virginia, from
the lflpt authorises. Prioe 25 cents.
Junpublished and for sale by
PHILP k SOLOMON'S,
jy 3-St 332 Penn. avsaue,
T NOTICE.
HE Late firm transacting business under the
name of Mindil A Co., is dissolved by limitation
the ttrnt day of July. 1853. AlC^parties having
claims against said trm will please present them
for settlement to the surviving partner.
jy 3-3t* 0. J. HAMILTON.
F?B8ALE-A magnificent MORGAN H0RSL,
& years old, of unsurpassed s%le and
action 8oldfor.no fselt, the owner hav
ing no use for him. Alse. a shifting-tep
BUGGY and light railed HARNESS ef mist ap
proved makers nearly new. Apply at 866 K. st.
Jvsat* :
rfvm FIRM OP LLOYD, THaOHER * CO. 18
1 this day dissolved by mutual consent. Arthur
sasKuir-1"
^.'BT?B<8AN ^5 R80N.
I, ym. )r l eolw*
WANTS.
WANTED?Two good FARM HAND?. Apply
toJ. W THOMPSON A CO , UBB Penn.av ,
?outhaide. pear 11th ?t. jy "-tt
IV ANTED TO RENT?By a gentl- man and w if#
?? (no childrwni a null UNFUitNIB'IRd
HOUSE, either In Washington or Georg?to?n.
Teruia moderate. Address for on# Week. sta 'ng
terms and location, A. M., Printer, Washinttoi,
P.O. J - 6 71*
WANTED?A WOMAN to cook and ?ro*. Ap
I? ply. 309 H st., near 7th. Jr3 3t*
\JLT AN TED?T wo good JOURNEYMEN BAK
? ? BBRB. at S. FISHER'S, .'>9** 7th st.. jy-2f
WANTED-A pleasantly located HOUSE, fur
nished or unfurnished, suitable for a family
of three parson*. Address lor on# week W. T. A.,
Washington, 1). C Jy3-3t*
WANTED?By a yonng girl.who c*n be higaly
recommended, a PLACE in a respectable
family ai chambermaid and seamitress Her wish
is to secure a good home. Please address E. O.
Star Office. jy 3 -It*
BOABD WANTED?By a young lady, in a house
where there is a piano, or where the free nse
of hers will receive a small compensation. Ad
dress for one week Miss E. X., Washington, D. 0.
jy 3-3t*
INFORMATION WANTED OF THOMAS BER
nard Delany. who was last heard from in 1551 j
wag then doing business for a druggist, corner ol
7th and E streets, Washington city, D, 0. Any in
formation concerning him will be thankfully re
ceived by JAMES PHELAN, No. 24 fifth street,
Pittsburg, Pa. jy3-3t?
WANTED?One Bread Baker,one Pie and Cake
Baker: also, or e servant to do general house
work. Apply to B RAFFBRTV'S U. 8. Bakery, 0
street, near Washington Depot. Jy 2 St*
11/ ANTED?In a small family, two COLORED
v* GIRLS; one to cook ant do general house
work, ami ?ce to take care of children. Apply at
?20Z Sixth street, between M and N, before 12 m.
_Jy 2 at*
WANTED?Every lady in town to know that we
Stamp any pattern brought us, on flannel,
velvet, silk, satin, linen, and muslin.. We are the
only person!1 who make it an exclusive business,
and stamp your goods.while you wail. 3*1 F st.,
between Kighth and Ninth, opposite Patent Office.
_je3H-5t*
%*7 ANTED?A DINING ROOM SERVANT. One
" that can come will recommended may bear
of a good situation br applying at Room N?. .17,
second fioor, Winder's building je 27 tf
\\* ANTED?Two GIRLS tf? assist in washing
vv aud statcfting: none need applv uul?ss tiey
liave worked in a hotel or public laundry. Inquire,
for one week, at the National Steam Laundry, Pa.
av nut?, opposite Glover's Theater
ie2i tf JA8. F. IIOTCHKISS.
ANTRD -A PURCHASER or PURCHASERS,
<l?ily, for thirty gallon* purest Baltimore
County Ice Cream, of all flavors, delivered in any
;>art of the citv at the low prine of Sl.SOpar gal
iou Apply to THOMAS E. W. FK?NOUR. No.
4^0 Twelfth street, between F and G, or leave
orders it Soda Watt-r and Io.e Cream 8t?nd,Wash
ington Building, < corner 7tii and Pa. avenue,) Soda
Stands No 7 1 Northern Liberty and No. 373
Center Markets. je 17-lm*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-Twenty OAR
v? PENTERS. Liberal wagns will be paid to
good workmen, and none others will be accepted.
Apply to the (JojttrnsiDnt Oarpentv- Shop, on JZ
street, near the corner of Seventeenth street.
Lieut. Col. E M. GREENS,
Chief Quartermaster,
my 25-tl Department of Washington.
F~*URNI8HED HOUSE WAN TED.-Wanted to
rent, for from one to three years, a Furnished
Duelling for a private family. Location in tha
First or Second ward preferred. Address Lock Box
?*. Washington. 1) C. *e l-tf
\ V ANTED - SECOND - HAND FURNITURE
m Also, Mirrors, Carpet*. Beds, Bedding and
Houselnrnishing Goods of every description.
R. BUCHLY, 429 7th st ,
mar30-tf bet. G and H. east side
"lost and found.
(&P' REWARD. ? Strayed or stolan, f-ern the
comcoDi on Capitol Hill, a large dark
brown HORSE, with a white spot mostly on tae
right side of the nore. The above reward will be
paid or recovery of the Horse on 6th St., between
north A and Bnafct, Capitol Hill.
jy fi-.'lt* 9 WILLIAM WEBSTER,
]EFf AT THE PREMISES OP GLEASON A.
j Wunder, ?iu the Old Bladen?hurg road, about
one mile from Boundary street (known as Wil
lard'x farm >, a young HORSE. The owner will
prove property, pay charges, and tats away.
Jy ?i-3t*
8TRAYED-On the 24th of June, a sorrnl MARE,
blind, three white feet, white streak on the
face. 55 reward will be gi*en for her return to
1SAR C SHIELDS, F street between 1st and 2d, on
the Inland. Jv 3-3t*
STRAYED?From the lumber yard, corner of 13th
and Canal Btreet. a small dara sorrel MARE, a
little lame in ihe right hind leg. 9 1U reward will
be given for her recovery, or any information that
Wil 1 lead to her recover) . WM. M'LEAN.
jy 3 3t*
^"TRAYED OR BTOLEN? A small white and red
? * spotted COW, marks of a rope drawn U>> tigat
about tt-e head and horns, which are wide; most
probably a youns calf a few days oid. A iiberel
reward will be given at house J?o. 1 7th street,
between Maryland and Virginia areiii.es, Island,
Jy3-3t* _
1~j* U R O P E A N HOT K I. .
J Curn'r Ptnnrylrnnia av. nnd "Ewtnth St.,
Wasiiixgto* Crr v, D. C.
Strai'gera, Sojourners, and Residents w,.
will find ?very convenience and fitri'.ity 1&
for comfort at this Hotel. It is admirably con
ducted upon the celebrated
EUROPEAN PLAN,
th? guests and patrons paying for only what they
choose to pnrchafe.
It is located in the very business cetitre of the
city, approachoble by Street Passenger Car?<. with
placet of Public Amusement, of Business, the De
partments and Capitol, and every place of interest
in the city of Washington or Georgetown.
The IiAR is supplied with Choice Liquors a:'.d
Bevtragen, snd with Wines and Ales of the be-t
brands and vintages.
To m:<ii in,?this Hotel presents inducement* of a
rare kind to all who may tie pleased to extend to it
their l'.ivor aud patronage.
P. EMR10H. European Hotel,
jy 4-ltu Corner Pa. av. and lUli st.
H&I10?AL I. U A A .
The Secretary of the Treasury having extended
to tb? ?
FIRST DAY OK AUGUST NEXT
the piiViitge of conversion, we *haii coatiTine until
that date to furcL?h
THE NEW
E!X PER t'KJIT. BOHM
of tho
UNITED STATES,
PAYABLE
TWENTY YEARS FROM DATE,
0: after fire j ears, at the option of the government.
Tlieie Bonds are the
CHEAPEST GOVERNMENT SECURITY
now in the market,
BRING SOLD AT PAR
and yielding
8IX PER CENT. INTEREST
IN GOLD,
Equivalent at present price of coin te
A mt ptr Cent, in Currency.
They offer &
SECURE AND PROPITABLB MODI 0* IK
VESTMENT.
For large or amall sums,
THE OOUF9N BONDS
are isreed in
850's, 8'00's SSOO's, and Sl.OOO's.
and the
BKOISTERSD BONDS IN
ifiO'a, 3100's, SfiOO's, S1,0W?, and
Person* desiring farther information concerning
the loan can proeure, upon application at our
counter, or by mail, circular* axuwering all
Question* that may ari?e>
JAY 0O0KE & fX)., Backer*,
jy 452 15th street.
j^OTIOE TO WATER-TAKERS.
Watkb Rioistkar'8 Ofmo*. {
City Hall. Jnly 1, W6S.<
All Watir-Taeirb are hereby notified that
their Water Rent* for the year oemmencing with
thiadate are now due and payable at this office.
The foUowing if the law of the Corporation "In
relation to delinquent water-taker*," ria:
"In all cane* of the non payment of the water
rent for thirty day* after the same is due and paya
ble, the Water Registrar shall notify the Purveyor
of such delinquency, and the said Purveyor ahalt
diseontmue the supply ol water immediately, by
cutting off the water at the main, and he ah ill not
allow it to be again used in said delinquent's
premises except on notification by the Water He
Sstrar that the water rent has been paid, as also
e expense of cutting; off and reatoring the flow of
water."
The law will be enforced. ?
RANDOLPH COYLE,
Jy 2-lmlf Water Registrar.
FROM LONDON.
naAti
de LantofS.
lNaAlTIO Universal Telegraphy. Br Comat
Saunders's Manual of Maeketry Instruction.
The Subaltern Officer and hi* Duties. By L ieut.
Band)*.
The English Con<ltution. By Doet Fisher,
Year Book of Agricultural Facts. lA&i.
The Speaker at Home. _ .
Liebig's Natural Laws of Husbandry.
ArundeH on Mines _ ,. ...
Forgter '* .Biftfraphy of Oliver Goldsmith.
Twiaa' View of the Frogrewof PoliUcai Scor.o
mkacLeOd'* Dictionary of Political Vvnnnzsj, 1
vol. | jy l] PRAMlk TAVliOR.
P0i*yH*LL,June27.1?5S.
UBLIC NOTICE la h?rrt>y giver, that thr.
praotira of dtposumg filth, garbage, or rubbish
of anyTlbhcription,either in or along the lino ot
the Washington Canal. mu?t be discontinued; s^
all perton* so offending will be prosecuted to to*
je 0-eolw Commissinner afWashington Otnal.
f* '""Wko booki
The New To?k Dining Boom 4 T 4 Tth street, op
poeite PoakOffioe. Open day anl aigkt.Biuilfcy
fnolndnd. Clean eiacle Rooms to oeota e??a,
W-lm* ?
AUCTION SALES.
TH1B AFTtaflWW AMP Itf.MO&lOW
B7 W. B. LBWIS ft CO., Auctioneers.
WS WILL BILL AT THE HORSE MARKET,
foot ?f 6Uk ttrvetuil the oMtl.ta TO- MO I
BOW <Tue?-l..vt MORNING, Jul* 7ih.at 1? o'oU
Twe But lent' Teams,
Also, o.-* oua Horse, 8 roars old, belonging to
an offlwr, to bo sold ti pay lirery.
It W. B. LB WIS ft 00.. Auctg.
Bt W. L. WALL ft CO., Auctioteera
At the Bazaar, 98 Louisiana are., beixettn 9th and
10th streets.
H0B8BS, 0ARR1AOK8 AND VRHIOLES AT
Aictiov.-Oh TUESDAY MORN t NO , July 8.
it :0 o'clock, wo will aell tt our ttasaar and Repos
itory, on Louisiana avenue. be* ween 9th and 1-itti
Bt eets without reserve. for cash?
Number of Work, Saddle and harness Horaes,
partly theatoei of a,con tract or.
Second hano Buggiea, Carriagva, Hack, Phaeton,
Jixpreas Wagons. Top and Na tup Wagons.
With a variety cf Vehicles of differest kind*. Har
neas.fto.
Jy6 W. L. WALL ft CO , Aucta.
By MARSHALL ft PA08 Auctioneers.
Desirable two story brick Hors* AND
Frame Dwkllixs AT Acotiot? We shall aell
or. tho premises. on Washington street, between
Fourth and Fifth, on TUESDAY AFTERNOON.
July 7th, atPH o'clock, part of Lots, Square 518,
with improvements as above stated.
Terms: On?-tbiro cash;balancein6and 12months,
fi.ile peremptory..
je 26 d MARSHALL ft PAGB, Aucta.
By MARSHALL ft PAGE Auctionnera.
\TALUABLE BUSINESS STAND, CORNER OV
3d fcTKRRT ,kiin Mapsachosstts Avsyui a*
Atones.?On TUESDAY, July "th, we shall sell,
on the premises, at 6 o'clock p m.. part of Lot 33,
Square .164. with improvements,consiating of frame
store on the corner and substantial frame house.
This stand is valuable for a restaurant or Lager
beer garden.
Terms: Oi e-third cash, b&lanoo in6and 12months.
Bale peremptory.
jo24-d MARSHALL ft PAGE. Aucta.
By W. L WALL ft CO., Auctioneers.
TRUBTBH'SSALEOF VALUABLE IMPROVED
Prohkkty kkak thk SwitaaosiAM Ih.ktitd
tio*.?On TUESDAY,the 20th day of July, A. O.
1SB3, in front of the premi.iea. at 6 o'clock p. m.,
by virtue ef a deed of 'runt :o the -ubscriber bear
ic* date the 12th day ef October, 1S59, and recorded
in Liber J, A 8 , No 201, foii>* 195, etc , one of the
land records, ftc ,1 shall oiler for sale at public
auction the following improved property, to-wit:
Part of Lot numbered five. (5,) in Square numbered
1hreo hundred and tweoty fivo. (32."),) of the plan of
the cily o< Washington, the said part fronting nine
teen (19) feet six (6) inches on l^tn st. west, and ex
tending back one hundred (H>0) feet, with the free
use ef an alley three (3> feet wide and running back
on the south line of said v?art of 'ot, (reference be
ing had to prior deeda lor a more particular de
scription will appear,) with the improvements
therein, consisting of a neat and comfortable two
story and attic frame hcyise, with back building.
This property is located on 12th street west, be
iween B and C streeta louth, in the immediate vi
cinity of the Smithsonian Institution, and is one
of the most desirable residences in the city. The
neighborhood is healthy, with good water con
venient.
Terms of sale: One-half cash; the residua ia 6
and 12 mwnths, the purchaser giving his notea for
the deferred payments, bearin; interest from the
day of sale, and properly secured.
A deed given aud a deed of trust takt?n.
If the terms of Sale are not complied with within
throe days from the day of sale the trustee reserves
the right to resell the said property at the risk and
cost or the defaulting purchaser
All cooyoyancing at the cost of the purchaser.
A. LLOYD, Trustee,
je 27 2awlnuV ds W. L. WALL ft CO., Ancts.
BOARDING.
GENTLEMEN IN WANT OF BOARD WITH
out lodging! can call at 37 3 13th street, one
door south of I,'where they will be accommodated
on liberal terms. The locality is near the Treasury
and State Department*. jy 2-3t*
WO GENTLEMEN, WHO WILL ROOM To
gether, can be accommodated with a nioe
front room and board at a moderate price. A
small front room, saitable for one gantleman, can
also be had at S 10 Mass, avenue. jy 2-2t*
A LARGE WELL FURNISHED HOUSE*,
beautifully situated on Capitol Hill, ia now
firepartd to take permanent boarderB; rooms all
arge, square high ceilings. 8ingle gentlemen
preferred Beferonco exchanged. First stmut
east, between A and B. ___ je 25-lw*
TOR RENT.?One or two R03M8, large, airy,
and comfortably furnished, with excellent
board. The bouse ia in the immediate vicinity of
four Departments of the Government, end haa
modern conveniences. Terma as moderate as the
times will poaaibly permit. To those who deaire a
<iui?t pleasant home, free from pretension, or show;
where every attention is paid to the comfort of its
inmatea, this opportunity ia offered. Apply at No.
393 13th street, between F and G streets.
je 23 tf
PERSONS DESIRING BOARD MAY FIND
all the comforts of an elegant home by apply
ing at 4'iG 2'th street, corner of F three squares
westo?tho War and Navy Departments, One of
the plea.santest locations, with one of th* finest
?iewa, in tbo city. Water and gas in every room.
Table boarders taken. je id m*
SUMMER BOARDING,?Those wishing to spend
the summer North will find pleasant ROOMS
at Mt. Air*, eight miles from PUiU'leipliia, on the
Chesntit Hal railroad. The country is healthy
and very beautiful. The house is spacious and
well supplied w ith ?.muaements, aud iionrly c om
muiiication with the city. Address Mrfl. B ROOBB,
No. 1 04-4 Pine at., Phita my 27-2awjm*
LKKB8 FROM THE DEPARTMKNTS. AHMY
j and navy officers and strangers liting Wash
ington. ma? find a comfortable home in one of the
most delightful locations in Washington, No. .VJ
Missouri art nue. One verylarse front room, 2d
6tory, now vacant. "y 15
OLD PLANTATION CWi'Klic;,
only 25 ctnts per pound. For sale by
WM. COR WIN BURGV,
jr 2-St Cor. I and ltth, and L and i?th sts.
I^OR SALK-A large BLACK H0R3S ; eight
years old: in *uod oi
JOS. SI _
Oonf jrtionpry,
years old: in *ood order. Apply to r\
JOS. SHAFFTKLD'8
jy2-3t" No. 3S?6 6th at., i?ct 6 *od H Rtn.
FLAGS! FLAGS!'.
FLAGS !
Just received for the 4th. a .arire assortment of
Bunting aud Muslin FLAGS, ull sizes, at
MRS. LOWE S,
297 Pa. av,. betvreea !>tb and !Ath
jy 2-St south fide.
BU T T K r:
B U T 1 ? B!
?i0 firkina fres'i BUTTER,
40 barrels fr?th EGGS.
U?cases CONDENSED MTI.K.
For sa!e by D. 8. DT, TROW,
jOttO-tit* 4 Sth atret-t.
Wood! Wood! Wood!
KIKDLIXG ANl/ STOVE WOOD I
On hand the best quality of ail kinds of
W O O D!
SAWKD AND SPLIT IN ANY LENGTH OR
SIZE REQUIRED.
KINDLING WOOD!
A superior article of Pine, selected expresely for
kindling, 8awr>d Short aod-Fine Split, as a iubsti
tute for charcoal in building Anthracite Firea in
Radiators, Ranges, ft c.
OJ>c? ioh*H Oldrred.
TUOS. J. GALT.
OFFICB-388 PINNA. AV1NUK.
Brrvrxia Utb A5u 12th,
Mill and Yard-Foot of 17th street.
COAL ! (?AL ! COAL !
All orders for
COAL
froci tho aamo establislment, furnished in tho
usual prompt and satisfactory manner by
GEO. ?. 0. HIEtS.
who haa secured that hranch of the business.
_}e 3f)-lw 1 Chronicle.] _?
I.>0R 8ALB?A young bay MABB. Fiue style.
1 good blood, gentle, *nd aflrst-elaaaridiasani
mal. I raised her and oSn recommend her. Can
he aeon at my house, No. 53?, 13th street. Island,
or by addressing me a note through City Post Of*
lloe. statiag place. ???
jy 1-lw* GEO. OTT W\jNDEB.
L~ ATJWT" MUBIO B00K8 JU8T RBOE1VBD
FROM PARIS.
Bohoa do Monde Religieux, 1st and 3d vols.
Bchoa d'ltalie, 5 Tola. .
KouBe'a Traditions {Choe-.n), 1 toI.
JSchos d'AlIemagre, I toIs.
Alleinania(Lanner, StrausB ana Labltzkr Wal
ees),lvol. . ?
Partitions of all modem Operas.
At the Music Store of
j# nj.ff \V. G. MKT?RROTT,
ri O T OMAC MAliEET,
P Ol'POSIT S
THE GOVERPMXSl VfHARF.
Voot c? Sixth Stxpht.
A. M. HHPBURIi, Proprietor.
MEATS^ FISH.
VEfilTABLBP, PRUIT, IOB, ke.f*
W HOLUBaLK- ASD RETA;U
t4r.o*4 deUnv^"' in any pnrt of the city fin and
after theiast.
piTU-TW JJSTY BONDS.
We arc now prepared to furnish to pjt'TehsjW^
U. S. PIVH-TWENTY BONDS
?jC all decoc^uaUon-s. upon application, without
any delay
Subscribers holding our receipts are notified that
tiefr bouaa are re** for dflwery and are rwieet
ed U, eeufc* thesu. J AY COOii K ft.
j# ss-tf ^4^ 15th street.
\*7 GEXTizMBrscLOTmiffr.
safcl
ofoea
W aJUm? o Wrnann au w#i
AUCTION SALES.
FCTLRK DAYS.
By W. L. WALL fc 00.. AuoUot
Hogs, goat anp gkkre at auction ?
On WBi/NBSDAY AFTERNOON. 8th instant,
at 5 o'clno*, we win M|| at the citycorp >ratiesi
pnnnd, c; rner of nth street #a*t tod K
i9 Hogs, li.oit.4QMW.
Tertnj cash.
1t c-H W.L WALLAOO .Ai'Hl.
By J. 9. MeSGIRIft 00.. AirtitOMn.
I^UBNITURB AND EFFB0T8 OF A FAMILY
i^mSSSi1"1"0 HooaBxBBrino.?On MONDAY
MORNING, July 6th, at 10 o'clock, at No. 400 ?
street between 9th and IQth, we *hali Ui Fur
niture and Klf^ota comprising?
Mahogany Hair-cloth Furniture.
Marble-top 0??t?r and Sofa Table*.
W hatcot, Gilt frame Mirror.
Brn*?el*end Ingrain Oaroeas
OUcloth, Mattiug, Bugs, P '
Lour ge. Cane seat Chain, Booker.
Damask Certain*, 8hades,
Bedstead*. Bureau*. Wardrobes.
^ Afthst&nda, Toilet Sets,
Hair and Honk Mattreeee*, Bolsters and Pillows,
Blankets, Comforts, Spread*,
Bed and Table Linen,
Sideboard, Dining Table,
Freed) China Dinner ana Tea Ware,
Table Cutlery, Castors, Waiters,
Cooking and other Stove*, Refrigerator,
Together with a general assortment of Kitchen
Requifites. Terms cash
Jy 3 d J. C. McGUIBE A CO., Auota.
?-TH* ABOVE 8 ALB 18 P08TP0NBD IW
consequence of the rain until THURSDAY, Jw.tr
9th same hour.
jy 6-d J. C. McGUIBE A CO.Aucta.
By W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneer*.
South eornrr Pcn%sth-anim avrnue and Ntntkstrni
TICK'S I'ALK OF RKAL KSTATK IN
the Sixth Ward ?By virtue of adeed of trust
to the subscriber, dated October Z2a, 136", and re
corded in liher J. A. 8., No$>8, folio433, Jtc , one of
the land records, I will offer for sale at public auc
tion on MONDAY, the l.fth of July, 1363, at 6
o'clock, attbe Auction Room* of W. L. Wall ? Oo..
Lot f o. 9, Square 1,0(4, of thf plan of the city of
Washington
Terms: One third cash; balanoe in six, twelve,
and eighteen .months, purchaser's note* satisfac
torily endorsed and beariog interest and secure#
by deed of tru*^pn the premises.
All conveyancing at the expense of the pur
chaser.
If the terms of sale are not complied with with
in five days from the day of sale, the Trustee
reserves the right to resell the said property at
the ri?k ac 4 cost of the defaulting purchaser, on
I riving one day's notice in some Lie ?s pa per pate
nted in the city of Wash ington.
EDWARD C. CAKR1NGT0N, Trustee,
je 35 W.L.WALLA CO . A nets
Bv JAS. C. McGUIRK A 00., Aictioneers.
IMPROVED REAL ESTATE FOR 8ALE.-In
compliance with an order of the Circuit Court
of the District of Coluia ai i, entered October 25th,
1S60 in the case i\f William Tabler and others,
against Tacey Daniel and others, directing a sale
of the real estate of which. John Tabler died,
sier.ed ; the undersigned Commissioners.appointed
by the Court in ra*d case, will offer for sale on the
premises on TUESDAY , the 7th day of July, 1S63,
at 6 o'clock P. M , commencing with the first
named, following lots of ground and improve
ments, lying in the city of Washington, L>. C.. vi* :
Lot No. 30. pub'iivision in Square f*i. S3G, fronting
2" feet on llth stret-t west, between Q and R streets,
and containing; IWitt :eet; and Lot No 1 2, sub
division iu Square No. 480, fronting 20 fret on 5th
street west,, between N and 0 street*, and contain
ing 1868 square ieet, the improvHmet* on each of
6aid Lots consisting of a small Frame House.
Terms ef sale : Cash.
TH10. 8HECKELS,
BE NBT T HEN NINO,
JAMKS W. BARKER,
ZKi'HANlAH JONES.
Commi3?ionera.
Je 24-d J. C. MaGUIRE A CO.. Aucta.
By J C. McGCIRE A CO., Aictioneers.
C CHANCERY SALE OP VRKY VALUABLE
' Pbopertt nbar the PatektOffice ?By virtue
of a decree, paaxed on the 2SHh day of June, l-sj, by ?
the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, in
cause No 1.672, William A Wilson and others, vs.
Wilson. Ballenger, and others, the undersigned
will sell, at public sale, to the hiiche?t bidder, in
front of the premises, on THURSDAY, the Ud day
of July. 1863, at 5 o'clock p. m. all that part of Lot
numbered nine, (9.) in Square numbered four hun
dred and six, (408.) in the city of Washington,
which is described as follows: Beginning at the
northwest corner of said Lot No, 9 and running
thence east along F street thirty seven feet te*
inches, (37.10,)then ?e southcne hundred feet,(1( 0,1
thence west thirty seven feet ten inches, (ST.!'?,) t?
the southwest corner of said lot, and t^enee north
one hundred feat to the beginning, subject to a
right of way over a three feet wide alley on the
ea>-t line of said premises, together wifi the im
provement*.
This property is located on F street, between nth
and nth streets, opposite the Patent Office, and in
the choicest part c, f Washington.
I will also Bell, as above, on th > same day. at six
o'clock p. m., on the premises, the east half of t
No. 6. and the west half of Lot No. 5, in Square
numbered one hundred and seveut;y-cne,< 171,) en
north E street, between 17th an! 18th streets, with
improvements
T''rr*i*: One third In cash: an<l the residue iu
two ??qua! instalments at six an 1 twelve months,
to be secured by the purchasers' notes, endorsed to
the satisfaction of the Truste
Conveyancing at the purchaser's cost.
Unless the terms are comolied with in five day*,
the Trnste" reserves the right to resell at the pur
chaser's risk.
RICHARD H, CLARKE, Trustee,
jy 2-SwA-dts J C. McOTMRE V CO.. Aucte.
IT 8. MARSHAL'S SALE -In virtue of fieri
-- ? facias, on judgment of condemnation, issued
from the clerk's office of the Supreme Court of the
District of Columbia, and to me directed, I will
expose to public sale, for cash, at the front of the
-ourt house door of HAid county, on THURSDAY,
the 16th d?y of July next, 1So3, at 12 o'clock m., the
cast half of Lot No 16. in Square No. 72-i, toge^ner
with ail and singular the improvements th^Yeon.
seized and levied upon as the pr?-p-rty of Michael
M?lony, and will be sjld to satisfy indicia!* No.
1111 to October. 1863, in favor of Eilen Kelly, admin
istratrix of Miles Kelly, WAttDIT. IMMOf,
ie a-ilts U. 8 Marshal P. O.
W HIDES?HIDES.
ILL Be sold at Public Auction, on ewen
WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY, at 11 o'clock a
m., at the Wharf on Sixth street, Washington, all
the Govarnmen Beef Hmes on hand at the time <>f
sale.
Terras c&sh. In Treasury cotes, to be paid at tb?
ciomeat oi sals. G. BELL,
la 13 fChroB.l Lt. Col. and O. M. D.
JACCORDEOKS.
UST Received from Paris a large assortment of
hneet quality Accordeous, which we can rjH
cheaper than any oth?r hense?tieni S'2 to S'JO.
MEfZEROTT'S Mnsi-: Store.
jo29 tr cfirner of llth and Pt'nn. ave.
^CRYgTAL SPRING
Id COACHES FOR
l;ttk&TAL SPUING AND THE RACE CuURSE.
The undi'nigned will run a coach for the above
places, making two trips a day (except Sunday,
when there will be three,) leaving National Hotel,
7th atieet and Penn. avenue, at 12 and 4 o'eloak,
and on Sunday at 10 1 end 4 o'clock, stoepinjf at
the Metropolitan, Turner AC VsNo. US1 Penn.
avennn, Kirkwood and Wiilarda'Hotels. Return
ing from Spring at 2 and 7 o clock, Sundays 12. S
and 7 o'clock. Fare?Round trip, 75 cents; each
way. 53 cents; ohildren half price. For further iu
formation call at 281 Pa avenue.
je-A' lm* E. FBRGU80N. Pro'r of Stae^a.
rpHE STEAMBOAT FLYING CLODD NOW
X running from Georgetown to
Point of Rocks, Md.. ienvea w.-^tj
side Market House, Georgetown, D.a
O., Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at 7 o'elook
for Point of Rocks, and returning leavee. Point of
Rocks at T o'dock a.m., Tuesdar*. Thursdays and
Saturdays. Express Goods and other light freights
carried at moderate charges, provided thur have a
pans for same. Freights left at WM. H. RITTER'S
store will he attended to,
my 27-eolm* JOHN MOORE.
JASON C. KING.
16T William street, N.F.
Dealers in Boeks, Cards,
Prints. Stereoscopic Views,
Card ViBites, Ambrotypoa,
Rubber Goo<ia, etc.
Send 81 and get the new
je 15-2?t Book just out.
BAGY,
IUCH,
BABE,
FESTIVE,
FELICITOUS
FANCY.
PILE3, PILE8. PILES.-Dr. WITFIELD*
VEGETABLE PILL8 are warranted a certain
cure for Piles. The worst eases yield after one or
two doses No surgical operation should be re
sorted to, as relief thus obtained is but temporary,
and ho (lift ha* evrr ban pnfeclrd by thr use o) tke,
knift. The following gentlemen have been curi?d :
Mr. Stilus, No. 8519 Broa?lway; Mr Huches. No.
107 8pring street; Mr. V:*hor, No. 544 Broome
street, and numerous ladies whose addresses can
be obtained at my office. Price .50 cents per box
Sold by all druggist*. Whvleaaie by 0.8. BARN E8
A CO , No. *203 Broadway, and by the proprietor.
Dr. Witlield's Pills ar? sold by 8. 0. FORD. Ne.
290 Penn avenue, Washington, D. C., and by
H BKBY COOK, King street, Alexandria. Va.
J YOUNG,
je 13-lm No. 481 Broadway, New York.
DR. T. F. JOYCE,
PHY8I0IAN AND SURGEON.
OFFICE?113 PENN. AVENUE,
Otii Moorh's Dbdo 8tobe.
Waahingtjn eity. D. C.
Ad vice gratis to the poor f.om seven to ni*
p. ia. je 30-lm*
w BOTS CLOTHING.
vT Ear*now in receipt of a largea?ortmjBtof
BOY'S and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING of tto
newest atyies, suitable for the present season for
dreM and nchool wear, to which wo invite the
" ?rents. . __
WALL, 8TfPH?i* 00.,
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