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AMUMMBNTS TO-NIGHT. t'ASTEUKrRT Hall being now the only prominent place of amusement open, a large uowd is always found there, and none ever fail to be greatly delighted with the admirable entertainment always offered. ? "The French Spy."' (Miss Louisa Wells in the principal roles;) songs by Eva Brent; the beautiful ballet, tbe "Sylph of the Mountain," and an excellent bill otherwise is announced for this evening. To-morrow afternoon there will be a matinee for ladies and children. Grammar School Examination.?The ex amination of the Male Grammar School of the first District, in charge of Mr. S. J. Thomson, took place on Wednesday afternoon of last week, m the school-room, at the corner ol Fourteenth and Q streets, and was attended by Messrs. Miller, Wight, Ellis, Wilson and Mor sel!, of the Trustees; Mr. Sessford. Treasurer; T. M. Wilson, McCathran, Mrs. Amidon, Miss Midrileten, and other teachers; Messrs. Z. Richards and A. Hyde. There are 4*2 scholars on the roll, ol whom 35 were present, (the ab sentees having been detained by sickness.) The classes, three in number, were examined by Mr. Kichards and varieus members of tlie Trustees, tn spelling:, mental and written arith metic, governmental instruction, grammar, geography, ?Vc. The whole school excel in arithmetic, mental and practical, and acquitted themselves well in reading and grammar. The first class in mental arithmetic deserves special mention, r?nd in reading also they were excel lent. In grammar, tiie first cla-s showed line progress. The order observed was highly creditable to the teacher and scholars. The compositions of the scholars were well written and ali the copy books were scrupulously clean. At the close of the examination Mr. Rich ards made a few timelv remarks, and was fol lowed by Mr. Sessford, who spoke of the su perior advantages now enjoyed over those in years gon?? by, and nrped the boys to profit by them and iay the foundation for future use fulness, and to stand true to their country, always being ready to turn their backs upon the man who reveres not the Hag and institu tions ol his country. Mr. Morsell compli mented the boys on the progress they had made, and Mr. Wilson said that he would liave no hesitation in put;iug the lirstcla*s in competition with any similar class of boys ir. the country, and that at tins examination th.^re tould be hut oiif* sentiment expressed, -'nothing to censure, but much to praise." Mr. W. an- I uounced ttiat the President of Columbian Col- i lege had tendered.another scholarship in that I institution to such scholar as may be deter- i mined on by the trustees, and that his col league and himself, aft'r a careful exam in- ! ation of the written answers to the que*t>on= propounded at the written examination, had selected as the contestants on the part of the school, John Bickerton, .lames Pilling and El bert 1 urner, of the first class. At the same tune they had determined that in the next class Thomas Bremmerman, Luban Bremmerman, and Harry Harkness. and in the third class Eben McNair. Edwin Moran and Thomas Cis ? ' 1 deserved honorable mention. It is worthy ol mention that the scholar from thfs school wlo was awarded the scholarship in Colum bian Collep? last year carried off two of the prizes al the late examination in the Prepar atory Department. Police Reports.?First Precinct.?Samuel Bruce, Mrs. Mary Bruce, Anthouy Lewis, as sanit und battery; dismissed. Edw'd Carpen ter, obtaining: goods by false pretences: jail for court. Second Precinct.? Margaret An:;er, s llin^ Jiquor to soldiers; S2U. Nancy MeCov, dis loyalty; military. Third J'rrtfnet.?Betzv Glaseoe, disorderly S1.44. Pat. Malay, larceny; workhouse. Ja*1 fc-helton, disorderly; military: S. s. Kelson, do; ?workhouse. Jackson Simms,larceny dismiss! ed. Betzy Glascoe, do.; do. S. S. Kelson, do.; do. Fourth rrerinct.?Edward Philipson, threats: dismissed Dennis Murphy, do.; do. Robert Parker, stealing a hor*e; jail for court. Sixth J'recinet.?M. G. Rodgers, vagrancy: workhouse. Jas. Smith, disorderly; do. Mi chael Hart, drunk; 32. Richard Reid, running fire aparatus on a pavement; dismissed. Tenth Precinct.?Fannie Lyons, Sarah Price and Josephine Risley, prostitution: workhouse. Jno. Connor, disorderlv; ?3. Jno! Baker, do ? dismissed. D. W. Merrill, do.; military. Pat rick Jordan, do.: 85. Criminal Court, Judge Fither Yesterday. John Delany was tried for grand larcenv, and the jury were unable to agree upon a verdict. Reina Welink was found guilty of larceny. John Welch, indicted for resisting an officer, ?was acquitted. John Sullivan, indicted for assault and bat tery with intent to kill, was found guilty of an assault and battery. Jeremiah Hardy, alias John Hardy, for steal ing good.- valued at over *30, andapromissorv note lor S22U, from W.M.Miller, was found guilty. John Harrison and John alias "Coon" Rem ler, were tried for the robbery of the house of Mr. John Hoover of several thousand dollars, but the evidence not being sufficient, thev were acquitted. Walter B. Donaldson, the State's evidence in this < ase, could not be found when wanted upon the stand, having during the moraine performed some of his old tricks and marie off. In the case of Timothy Rodgers, in dicted for the same offence, a nolle pros, was entered. Captured Berel Flags.?The 31 Confeder ate battle flags captured at Gettysburg and brought to this city by Col. Shriver. were dis played yesterday tor the inspection of the cu Tions in the yard attached to the War Depart int nt. Among the were those bearing the marksof the following regiments, viz: 7th,V'd, ti3d and 31tii North Carolina: mil Alabama 1st, 7th, !?th, 3d, two ol l.-th, 11th, 5?th,56tb, .?:>d,' and 38tli \ irginia. They are all more or less bloody and torn, several of them having beer carried since the first Bull Run battle. One of them had the regimental mark torn off, so as not to let tbe Federals know who lost it. Sev eral of them bore Latin mottoes, while the most ol them had 'he plain red grouud, with the cross and thirteen st:irs; one was a silk flag with the stars and bars, with the names of the battles through which it had been carried: an other silk Has: of the cross pattern has a rising sun in the center, with a Latin inscription. ? Temporarv Revocation of the Order Sending Alexandrians South.?The order in regard to feeing South is revoked for the present, and our secesh iriends can stay in Alexandria a wjiile longer. Their baggage was loaded yesterday and tb*s morning. Prince street from Fairiax to Royal was crowded with those expecting to go, and" those who had assem bled to see them off. There was many a sad good-bye spoken, and the people were getting on the boat, expecting that for a longtime at least they would not again see Alexandria, when news came that the Secretary of War hsd revoked the order for the present, aiid that those on the boat would come ashore. The rea son assigned, was that on account of operations on the Peninsula, they had nopl&ae tos<?nd the boat, and land the people. It was entirely un expected, and caused an excitement. The se C'*h looked as il they felt relieved, and we pre sume they did?Alexandria News July 9. Contraband Arrangement Under Her Pktticoxts.?The most novel and ingenious contrivance of the war for the smuggling of liquor to soldiers, we found this morning at the office of the Provost Marshal. It is a tin ves sel made to lit the middle portion of thn body, and composed of four sections, each of which is capable of holding a gallon and a quarter. This extensive and unseemly bustle gave a certain Mrs. Yett, bound for Alexandria, such huge proportions as to attract the attention of the guard at Aqueduct Bridge. A search was instituted, resulting in the discovery of the above-described piece of mechanism, each sec tion uf which was filled to its utmost capacity ?with "rot-gut" whisky. The delivery was borne with fortitude, and the party is doing "as weli as can be expected." In addition to the ah^ve, Mrs. Yett had on her person fifteen bottles filled with the same chemical. Fourth Ward Station Casks.?(feorse McMillen, drunk: dismissed. Rev. W. B. Evans, liring crackers in the street; do. Jas. Kelly, drunk; ?l.f>-. Peter Gillasphy, drunk ai d disorderly: military. Adolphus Leopard, selling liquor cn Sunday; dismissed. Robert Ru hardson, assault and battery; held for a ttenriug. Jno. r. Mason, drunk and disorderly-: Patrick Mellynm, do.: 81.37?also for resisting an officer: dismissed. Geo. Kackman. assault; bail for peace. Dana Aldrew, drunk and disorderly; military. Hannah Ilagerty, drunk and profane: dismissed. Jno. Slater, carrying weapons; do. Rodger Ward, sleeping In tb?? street: Sri-OS. Juo. T. Mason, larceny of a l^orse and buggy: held for a hearing. Pardoned.?John McCleary, convicted at th? May terin of tin* District Court of tha Uni ted States for the Western District of Pennsyl vania, of counterfeiting coin, and sentenced" to b?* imprisoned in Western Penitentiary of said Sta'e, for the period of five year.?, and Victor La Waer, who was convicted at the June term of thei.ircnt* Court of the United States for the pb trict oi Ii.uiuna, for attempting to incite soldiers to desert, and sentenced to imprison - ne!,t lor the term of tix months, were yester tiay both pardoned by the President. Recovering.?We are g! id to hear that Mr. Johr- W.Thompson, foreman of the labaratery department, Navy Yard, who was so badly in jured by the explosion ol fireworks on the 4th inst., ia recovering. The amputation was sue cesfln'ly performed by Dr. McKim, assisted by Drs. Roberts and Hodges. Annual Examination at tub Dbaf and Dear. Ikbtitutb.?1The annual examinat . nof the pupils of the "Colombian Institution tor the l)eaf, Dumb and Blind" look place at the Institute, near Kendall Green, ?n Tuesday and Wednesday of last weelc. The examination ?was conducted by the examining committee, consisting of Rev. Dr. G. W. Samson, Rev. Wm. H. Chapman and Major B. B. French, and by the superintendent, E. W. Gallaudet, assisted by his corps of teachers. Each pupil responded readily, by signs (interpreted by the superintendent) and on the slate, to the many questions propounded by the examiners, giving evidence of considerable acquaintance with geography, history and arithmetic. Several compositions, written by the older pupils, were lead by Mr. Gallaudet. They were neatly prepared, both as it respects style and penman ship, and the ideas which they conveyed were well expressed. It was gratifying to notice with what facility the blind would read both 1 scripture and history by meaus of raited I ft- | ttri. They also played well on the piano. Several sketches drawn bv the claEs of mutes under the charge of Mr. Batungrass, an artist ol this city, were exhibited. They were beau tifully executed In the afternoon of Wednesday a public ex hibition was given, which was attended by many of the parents and friends of the schol ars. It was highly entertaining. Toward the close ol the exercises and just before the dis tribution of premiums, Mr! Ballard, (a mute,) one of the teacher?, having resigne.l his sit uation for a more lucrative one in the State ef Maine, delivered a farewell address by signs, which were interpreted by Mr. Gallaudet. When referring to his long association with the teachers and the school and his attachment to the class, which for three years he had un der his charge, and the probability that they would never more meet on earth, his emotions completely overpowered him, and compelled liim lor a time to suspend his remarks. The whole audience were deeply affected. At 3 p. m. the exercises closed, when several of the student?, accompanied by their friends, left for their homes, where they will remain during the vacation. , The following are the officers of the institu tion:?Patron, Abraham Lincoln; President, Amos Kendall; Secretary, William Stickney, Esq.: Treasurer. George W. lliggs, jr.; Direc tors, W. H. Ede?, Jnmes C. Mc< 1 uire, Jndson Mitchell, David A. Hall, Rev. Dr. Sunderland; Superintendent, A. M. Gallaudet; Teachers, J. Dennison, M. Ballard, 1*. Baum grass, P.Tiss Mary Gordon. Mrs. E. A. Ijams; Matron, Mrs. Gallaudet; Assistant Matron, Mrs. Hunter; Ma.-ter of Carpenter Shop, John R. Wright. Thk Naval Brigadb.?Yesterday, the of ficers and men comprising the Naval (howit zer) Brigade at the Navy-Yard were dismissed, the emergency for which they wer<? organized having passed away. They had in the short time tlie3" had been drilled become very pro ficient in tlv use cf the guns, and if they had been called into active service they would no doubt have proved a valuable acquisition to ? our arms. Commodore Harwood, in dismissing, addressed them in a neat letter, in which he thanked tli m all for the promptness with which they had responded to the call, and in behalfot the Department he returned its thanks. This brigade was composed mostly ol mechan ics in the yard. Sudden Death.?A young colored man, who had been sick sometime at a boarding-house at the Navy Yard, left his home yesterday to pro cure some medicine. On his way back he was talc n with serious pains, and after lingering several hours in the street, died on the corner of I and Sixth streets east. He was a contra band, about 19 years of age, and rather intelli gent. The body was taken in charge by the police and sent to his late residence. Special Detectives.?B. Eastman and Andrew Johnson, were yesterday appointed by the Board of Metropolitan Police, special policemen. These appointments were made at the instance of Capt. Henry Sheets, Provost marshal of the District unuer the enrollment act, and the detectives will be under the en tire control of Capt. S., and will therefore be entitled to no pay from the funds ot the Metro politan Police Board. Harboring Soldiers.?At a late hour last night the Mounted Patrol made a descent en a house in Tin-cnp alley, on the Island, and cap tured live of the fancy girls, Maria Beck, Mary Hendrickson, Caroline Ducket, Mary L.ong and Mary Chipley, with a number of soldiers, and took them to the Central Guard house, and this morning they were turned over to Justice Furgerson, who fined each ot them. Attempting to Take a Soldier's Musket. Last night, as the 3itth Massachusetts regiment was passing down the avenue, E. Gray, a sol dier. and .Tames Mack, a citizen, topped one of the soldiers aud att- mjited to take hismu-ket from him. This happened immediately before Col. Baker's office, and some of the detectives arrested the would-be robbers, and they were committed to the Central Guardhouse . Charged with Treason.?Lloyd Jenkins, of Uniontown, 1).C., was arrested lasteveniug, charged with uttering treasonable language, and brought before Provost Marshal Tod Hid case is under investigation. Nicholas O'Brien, corner of Fifth and G streets east, was arrested yesterday and com mitted to the Old Capitol, on the &ame charge. Navt Yard.?There are at present at tlio Navy Yard the new gunboat Eutaw, just finished at Baltimore: the gunboat Diaehing built fur the Emperor of China, by W. H Webb, of New York, but cow in government service; the Bibb, Rt liance, Ella, Miami and others. Second District Rkkiment.?Q.nitealarge business in the recruiting line has been done by this regiment during the past ten days. In that space ot time its rolls have been increased by very nearly it not quite one hundred names. Smuggling Liqcor.?David Mclntyre was arrested yesterday and committed to the cen tral Guardhouse r>y Col. L. O. Balcer, charged with endeavoring to smuggle tangle-foot whis ky across the Potomac. Pickpocket Parade.?There are at present 15 or iti thieves, vagrants, and pickpockets in the Central Guardhouse, and it is contem plated to parade them and send them out of the city in a very short time. Policeman A .-pointed. ? Wm. II. Howe was yesterday appoiut&d a policeman for the Fifth Precinct in place of Isaiah W. Ridgely. Personal. ? Coujft Mercier, the French Minister, arrived in the city yesterday. McGuire & Co. will sell at their auction rooms, commencing this (Friday) evening, at 7X o'clock, a valuable collection of Books, comprising about live hundred lots of choice works of best writers. f At a Mehiino of Goon Samaritan Division, So. 1. Sons of Temperance, heM Tuesday, July 7, 1M63. the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted, viz: Wh ereas the Almighty ftuler of Brent* has soen fit. in Ilis infinite wisdom, to remove from our midst our late beloved friend and brother. P'.W. P. Jomx Colclazibr: />._? it ihertfore reso'ved, That we, the members of Good Samaritan Division, No. 1, Sons of Temper ancc, have, in the death el' P. W. P. John Col clazier. sustained a loss which we keenly feel and deeply deplore. Rfolvea, That while we lament over the loss of our late brother, we bow in humble submission to the will ?r Him who bath bereft us. Required. That, we offer to the surviving partner of the deceased our heartfelt sympathies and con solations, and recommend her to the Father of Me rcies snd God of all comfort, as an only help in time of need. Repaired, That a copy of these resolutions !>?? for warded to Mrs. Colclazierj that they be entered upon the records of the Division; and that they bo published in the Evening Stnr. It* Attest: B. F. B. LsAcn. It. 8. Thh Soldibr's Tko? JSrikno.?Por over forty years, Dr. Holloway b?s been supplying all the armies mi Jfarope with his Pills and Ointment, they having proved themselves the ouly medicin >s able to cure the worst cases of Dysentery. Scurvy, Sores, Wourds and Bruises. Kvery knapsack should con tain them. Only 25 cent^per Box or Pot. 232 PofTAc.H CnRBiKcv of all denominations fir sale at the Star olhce counter. jy jj-tf The Sum.mkk Moon wi? Shining, All in the purple sky. My wi.'e and I we tossed abeut, And could not close an eye. I cursed and swore, she scolded me All through the weary night. ? But twas enough to vex a saint. The bed-bugs savage bite. Yon may be sure I certain went Next morn te Lyok's store. And home in Joyfsl triumph I Th" Magnetic Powder bore. Which quickly slaughtered every bug, Mosquito, roach and ilea. Lyon's Powder kills all insecti. Lyon's Mag netic Pills are sure death to rats and mice. Sold everywhere. Jy 8-2w DantTS S. Barnes & Co., New York 6uif Pennsylvania kouti, ?<? Baltimort *4 Harriiburgy to tkt North and 'Two trains leave Washington daily and one on Sunday?quihk time low fare and cure connections. Soldiers tickets sold ' and one on Sunday?quifck time through at Government rates. For tickets and far ther information apply at the offloe ef Great Penn sylvania Route, northeast oorner of Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth St., Washington. Office open from ? a. m. until 9 p.m.; on Sundays from l to 4 ?. m. M-lr 1.0. Nontqn. Agent, TaonmiruiiBM*HAi> DnaniWou^ *ewr Mm or WoiJ^ OiM.-Dphasa's Hair Dys,*? seats a box. The beet in aae. Try It. Sold by S. C Ferd. oorner 11th street end Pa- avsnae. Wask tngtou, Henry Oaok, Alexandria* Jaft-ly On Wednesday. July 8th, Oaft. OHA8. A. 10 CLESTON to MIm M. A. BROWN, of Montjom*rjr county. I Montgomery papers please copy.] On Tuesday. July 7th, by the Rev. Dr. Hall, Mr. JNO. H. MERILLAT to Misa FANNIE L. BANSB, all of this eity. * [Bait. Ban please copy ] In Georgetown. D. 0.- on *he 9th instant, by Ref, Wm.H. Chapman, Hr. WM. L. CIS4EL, of this city, to UiM HARRIET E HISBR, of Balti more, Md. * [Bait. 8nn pleav* copy.] DIKBt On the 9tb instant, JOHN f H0MA8, only son of William and Julia A. Terry, aged ten months. Buf fer little children to come onto me, for of sncn is the kingdom of heaven. The friends of the family are respectfully in vited to atted the funeral, on Saturday, the 11th instant, at 3 o'clock p. m., from the residence of its grandfather, Mr Francis P ospnri, on G ?t., between 7th and bth streets. Navy Yard. * On the Ptb instant, at 9.30 p. m., after a lingering illness, JOHN 1>., age<i three months and 9 days, yonniffit child AT Jonn R. and Sarah A. Robinson. His funeral will take place on ?a*urday morning, 11th inst., at 10 o'clock, from the residence of his parents. No ?26'* E street, between 14th and 15th. The relative* anr friends of the family are respect fully invitef1 to attend. * [Bait, and Zanesrille. Ohio, papers please copy. I On Thursday, the 9th instant, MARTHA ISA BELLA, infant daughter of lidward and Eleanor Edwards, aged tw? Jars. Little Martha Da's gone To iive beyond the tomb, Oh ' what n lovely (lower We have in Heaven to bloom. * On the 10th of July, WILLIAM BIRD, infant fob of <ieo C. and Margaret Henning. PIC NICS, &c. rp KENNEBEC ASSEMBLY. A HE Kennebec Assembly will give their second grand Annual PIC-NTC at GRESN SPRING ? Pavilion, above Georgetown, on MON DAY, July 13th, 1863. The members pledge themselves to make this a -lay of enjoyment.-., All lovers of pleasure should not fail to attend, jy K-3t* Tee young united club in the pibld AGAIN.?The members of the Young United Clnh heg leave to inform their friends slid the public in general that they intend (rivini; their third grand afternoon and eve Bint PIC NIC, at E. Luiler'a Washington Oily Gaiden, on MONDAY, July 13, 1863. A brass and string band has been engaged for the occasion. The strictest order will he preserved. Ticketso) cents, admitting a gentleman and ladies. Masagkks.?J. Ballanger, J Sinclair, W. Noo nan, G. Ballanger. jy Hi at* r.UlE FIRST GRAND FORE AND AFTERNOON 1 PIC-NICof the SHAMROCK CLUB will ? be given at SEVENTH STREET I'ARK on THURSDAY. .Tnly 16th instant, for the ben-, etitotSt Ann's Infant Asylum. The nana-ul gers 'ake n.eaaur.e in announcing to their friends and the public that no pains nor expense shall be spared to make this the most agreeable Pic Nic of the season. A Bn'endid bras?* and cotillon b>md hrs been engaged for the occasion. Tickets fifty rents, admitting a ?entieman and ladies, which can t e procured at the Park on the day of the l'ic Nic, or at the JtfcClellan IIoHBe, G street. E. BOUKKK, President. M. C. CLARK, Vice President. JOHN RIELLY, Treas. JAM K8 BVRIOTIT, Sec. jy9 6t* PERSONAL. Mr. babcock, the lawyer, whose ap. rest, rone two weeks ago, wai noticed in this paper, was released on examination; the can ?e of bis arrest proving to be unfounded. jy l!'-2t* "for sale aND RENT? TO LET-STORE 431 B STREET, CORNER I of Seventh. jy lu-3t* 'TO LET?In a private family, a FRONT ROOM, 1 first tioor, furnished. wi tii icas; also, two Bed rocms. Best accommodations for board. Inquire, ftio. 31o G st., bet. 12th and 13th sts. IY*CR RENT?Two pleasant Lolging ROOMS and a large Room on the lirst floor, suitable for an ofiice for one or two paymasters No. 3t>9 comer lh?h and Ii streets, near Penn. ave jy 10 3t* F^OR SALE?A well-establithed GROCERY and LIQUOR STORE, o n a corner near to Seventh street. Satisfactory reasons given for selling. For particulars call at Room No. 5, 174 Seventh street. jy 9 3tT I^OR SALE?The LEASE of 9 large store and dwelling situated iu one of the best business localities. Also suitable for a restaurant. Posses sion given immediately. Inquire for particulars at S i 3 Penn avenue, oetween 12th and l$th sts., south side, _ jy 0 3t* F^OR SALE?A f ARM of 65 acres! near Washing irgton, on the Milkhouse Ford Road, adjoin ing Mr. Notley Moreland'?. improvements are a new frame dwelling house, carriage house. Ad dress subscriber, Sn._ to St. Paul street, Balti more. or call 32 Louisiana avenue. V/ashingt on. jy 9 2t* EDW. 8WANN. I^tiR SALE?A new three-story BRICK DWEL LING HOCSE. with metallic roof, and con tainirgO good-sized aod pleasant rooms; occupies 8n eiig'ble position on 3d street east, on Capitol Ilili, a few doors froia C street, not far from the railway, with two adioining Lo-r. will be sold on reasonable terms. Inquire of F. MOULTON, At torney at Law. 34 ?"> Penn. av. jy '.l it* l>OR RENT-The FURNISHED HOUSE No. JT '213 11 street, between 18th and lyth streets. Apply on the premises. jy S-5t* fl^O LET?A very tine STORE on 7th street, one JL of the bnst locations for most any business in this city. The s'ore is just linished. l'os-ession c.in be had at once. Inquire at tbe Gosling House *217 Pa. avenue, betw. cn 12th and 13th streets. jy 8-3t ? T'OR RENT?A sma'.l FARM of 10 acres, on the JT Old Bladensburg Road. 4 miles from Wash ington. It containgasmail house, with convenient out Luildings, shb e, cow house and carriage house, a large cistern terrain water, peach or shard, Ac Apyly to HENRY WEST, i!92 Virginia avenue. ty 8?o3t* VT^ORSALE.?Poor three*itory BRICK HOUSES 8 for sale or lease. Fifty eligible Building Lots also for sale or cx.change for improved city pro perty. Fine Farm of 2.V? acres, five milea from Washington, with la'-ge new brick house and barns, stable and out houses. Apply to GEORGE MATTINGLY. routh F street, before 9 a. m. or after 3 p in, any day. jyS-6t* I^OR SALE-A small BRICK HOUSE,on ground i reu;, will be sold low. For particulars inquire at JOB 12th street, between I and K. Jy 7-tf IT'OR RENT?ROOMS in the White Building,No. X 1 ^ Market Spa^e over Rosenthal 'a Sho^ Store. Inquirf of Rosenthal. jy7-4t* 1?0R RENT-Desirable APARTMENTS' en suite, on fir?t and second lloors. A party of gentle men preferred. Private tabic if desired; every attention paid to those in the house, Apply at 49.j 17th atreet, between H ana I. JT7-7t' I?OR SALE?A TWO-STORY FRAME AND LOT, J unoccupied, situated on 13.H, struet, between C atd D streets north, belonging to the h9irs of Na thaniel Plant (deceased). Terms of sale positively cash. [jyo-lw^l N. C. DRAPER, Agent. 7?OR REN T-a7 Ju RN1STTeiTIiOUSE desT ral ly locatod, not far from Willards' Hotel. It is supplied with all the modern improvements. For terms,apply to E. P SIMPSON, at Sibley & Guy's. 3iii D, b||ween 10th and 11th. Js '^3-tf A FINE GARDEN FARM VOR HALE. Four miles anl a half from Washington, in a northernly direction,in a highstate of cultivation, now covered with a flourishing crop of vegetation, fine Dwelling, all requisite outbuildings, two pumps of excellent water ; and will be sold cheap for cash. Inquire of E. LACY, on the premises, or J BANKS, Peed Dealer, corner Seventh and N streets, Washington je 23-lm* mURNIBHSD ROOMS TO KENT-Por rent, at .F 460 12th street, east side, between G and H streets, neatly furnished and very comfortable BED ROOMS, and SITTING ROOM8, and PAR LORS. The neighborhood is one of most desirable in the citr. Every attention paid to those occupy ing them. No children in the house. my 8-tf I LOST AND FOUND. STRAYED AWAY?On 9th inst., about 11 o'clk , trom near Seventh street Bridge, a brown Ca nadian HORSE, of medium size, attached to a rock away carriage Any information or return of same to FEN WICK A STEWART, ofiice cor. 7tb st. and Canal, will be compensated ror their trouble. . jy 1ft-it* FOUND?Came to thn premises, on the evening July 9th, a cream colored HOR8E; blind in one eye; attached to an old-fashioaed buggy with ha:nc?n. The owner will come forward, prove property, pay expenses and take him away. C, PRICE. Proprietor Bull's Head Livery Stable, corner U.'i st. and Ohio avenue. jy 10 3>* FLEW AWAY?This morning, a bright yellow CANARY BIRD.from 420P street. Whoever will return him to tlje said number will be anita fely rewarded. Jt 9-3t* r REWARD WILL BE PAID FOR ANY IN ti formation that will lead to the arrest of a NEGRO GIRL by the name of Victoria Murray, * bo robbed me of a considerable sum of meney in tbe month ?t April. I think sae is hired out to st me one in this city. G. W. STROUD, No. 61 Bridge st., jy 9-3t* Georgetown. D, C. A REWARD OP f 15 WILL B1 GIVEN POR the delivery of the Charter Papers and Bills of Lacing of barge Peter Limiicuaie at Captain Allen's ofiice, foot of G street, Washington, D. C. Tbe paperi, were lost in Georgetown on the nlulit of 7th of July. No questions asked on the delivery of the papers and the above reward paid. JACOB STUARD, Jy 9 3t* Capt. Barge Peter Lindeenk e T?AKEN UP E8TRAY?One large bay HORSE: E lame in one lore foot: marked O. The .owner will pleaM come forward, prove property, pay charges and take him away, or he will be sola to pay for his keeping. A. JAC08H, jy 8 St" South end Leng Bridge, Va, FOR SALE CHEAP?A good U lire CAMERA and all necessary apparatus for taking ambro typ'S. iMuire of JOHnW. SMITH, a 3'2 D at., betweon I?th aad 16th. Jy8-8t* Col?mahoc.& This ftrat-olasa house will he open for the reeep tiop of meets otJu? Tnh_ C*KE, Propr". tor. WANTS. WANTED?A WOMAN to ?ook, walk and iron. WT Apply, 356 Hit., cor. 14th. It* WANTED?A good White or Calorad BARBIE. Inquire immediately at 532 Penn. a*., bet. 2d and 3d streets It* WANTED?A Colored GIRL; one of steady, in dustrious habits mar apply at 535 11th at. weat,between Band C. Jy lQ-3t* WANTED?Br a steady, competent woman, a BITUATION a* cook, washer or ironer. Call at No. 267 Fourth street, between Mass ave. and I street, for thrte days It* \\TANTED?By & respectable young woman, a ?? SITUATION as chambermaid ; the best of reference given. Inquire at 73 21th street, bet. M and N streets It* YVANTED?A WOMAN to cook, wash and iron; * * one that is competent and can come well re comrai'cded will receive fair wag?3 and a perma nent situation. Apply at No. 112 Green street, Georgetown. D- C. It* WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A smart, active BOY to learn the grocery business. Mnst come well recommended Apply, between 7 and 8 o'clock p. m , at the New York Grocery, corner 1 find Eleventh. iy l<?-2t W ANTED? By a young American girl, who ran " * and will give satisfaction to her employer, a SITUATION as nurse and chambermaid. She prefers to live in (ieorgetown, but will engage with any gocd family in Washington. Please ad press a uote to Box 4 7 Star office. Jy in-jt XAJ ANTED?Two or thre? good BOYS as carriers ** on E?eniug Star. Island Boys preferred. Apply at this office this afternoon. jy 9-jt* YV ANTED?A small neatly-furnished HOUSE, vv tor .i gentleman, lady, and servant. Apply 510 1 welith street, llrst lloor. Jy9-8t* G. P. DREW. WANTED?A tirst-rate COOK; good wages and a comfortable home may be secured by ap plying at HAVENNER'S Bakery, 347 0 street, jy 9 3t* __ YVANTED-Three first-class HARNESS MAK VT ERS. None but the best need apply. Con stant employment given. Call at 243 Ptnn ave., bet. 12th and 13th Kts., south side. Jy 9-:;t* WANTED TO RENT-A smalTuNFU SNI8EF ED HOT)SE. in any part of Washington or Grorgetown. Full value will be given. Address R. J. 1'., -JO.") F st. jy9-2t* Furnished house wanted in ths neighborhood of Willards', say on F or G st., between Krth ard lfith. Will buy the furniture if put down ai a moderate price. Address P.O. Box 1003. jy 9 31' 1*7ANTED TO BORRQ W-.$?K) dollars" on real vv t-state worth ten times that amount, a paint 4 miles from Washington. Address E. W., Star Of fice, or E W., Bri^htwood P. 0. S. W. Bright wood, will receive answer and go the quickest. jy 0 .-it' VirANTED?HOARD for an interesting orphan ?? between the age of l and 6 years. An intelli gent Prot?stant widow or single lady preferred, trice not To exceed $1 per month. All commnni cations to be addressed to ' L. G.," Box 4.) StarOf fiee^ jy 9 3t* WAN TED IM M Kb I AT E LY ? Three or four BOY3 as apprentices to learn the printing business. Those who iiave some knowledge of the trade preferred. A ldress, with proper name aud residence. Box *4, Washington City Post Office. jy 9-:;t* 11/ ANTED-GOOD WHITE BARBER JOSEPH ?* GATTO. 323 Seventh it. jy 8-3t* w ANTED?Two gocd RAKERS. Inquire at 4 96 Seventh St.. between D and X ?ts. jy S-tl McKK^DFN & PATl'KR30N. 11.' ANTE 0?A good U LRL for housework (white or colored ) None need apply without good reference 5*1 12th st., on the Island iys ;t" 11/ANTED?Two good SALESLADIES in a ? ? laucy and iniiinery store. Applj at 32 Mar ket Space. jy 8-3t* 1\ ANTED?At Br. Pope's, corner Fourteenth * ? and 1 streets a grown Child's Attendant and Chambermaid. Best recommendations required. jy S-3t* f ANTED TO PURCHASE ? A $00'1, light FARM WAGON, one suitable for hauliig w half cord wood at a lead. Apply at BRKRETON S Grocery Store, corner of 7th and F sts. jy 8 3t* WANTED I MM KDIATELY?One good BLACK SMITH and two WHEELWRIGHTS. Apply on K street, between Oth and 10th, south side jy *-3t* H. SAUTER. WANTED- An OPERATOR on Singer s sowing ? v machine. WALL, fcTEPlIENS &, CO., Jy 7-tf 302 Penn.avenae. w i ctuiuiutjuuntiouM ic'iuirtu. vuiumi s^ivau-.s preferred. Apply at No. 44 Third st.,Georgetown, D. 0. jy 7-5t? DRUG CLERK wanted. Mmt be well ac quainted with the prescription business. Ap ply to TV. 8. THOMPSON, corner icth street and N. Y. ay*nue. Jy 6-lw* YY* ANTED?A competent DRUG CLERK, in a ?' store on the avenue; also, a young man to learn thi- Dusinfss. Good reference required Ad dress A. L., Box 597, P. 0., Washington, D. C. Jy <;-eo3t* _ 11/ ANTED TO RENT-A HOCSII in the ceu~ r? tr al or western part ofthecity, containing 12 to 15 rooms. Any onu having such a ho;ise to rent will he.1; r of a permanent an i prompt paying tenant by addressing "A B," through the city Post Office. Jy6-lw* 11/ANTED TO RENT?By a gentleman and wife 1*^ (no children) a small UNFURNISHED HOUSE, eiiher in Washington or Georgetown. Terms moderate. Address for one wi-ek, terms and location, A. M., Printer, Washington, D. C. j? 6 7t* YY7 ANTED?A DINING ROOM SERVANT. One vv that can come will recommended may hear of a good situation bv applying at R?um N?. 37, seccnil floor. Winder's Building. ie 27 tf YV ANTED-A PURCHASER or PURCHASER^ *v daily, for thirty gallons purest Baltimore County Ice Cream, of all flavors, delivered in any Jiart of the citv at the low price of 81.so n?r gal on. Apply to THOMAS E. W. FEIN OUR, ^To. 47 0 Twelfth street, between F and <r, or leave orders at Soda Water and Ice Cveam Stand,Wash ington Building, (corner 7th and Pa. avenue,) Soda Stands No 7 1 Northern Liberty and No. 37 3 Center Markets je 17-lm* WANTED IMMEDIATELY-Twenty OAR vv PENTERS. Liberal wages will be paid to good workmen, and none others will be accepted. Apply to the Government Carpenter Shop, on K street, near the corner of Seventeenth strest. Lieut. Col. E M. GREENE, Chief Quartermaster, my 85-tf Department of Washington. Furnished house wanted.?w&ctedlo rent, for from one to three years a Furnished Dwelling ior a private family. Location in the First or Second Ward preferred. Address Lock Box 64. Washington, D. C. ss4-tf ANTED - 8EOOND - HAND FURNITURE^ Also, Mirrors, Carpets, Beds, Bedding and House furnishing Goods of every description. R. BOOHLY, 4287th St.. mar 30-tf bet. G and H, east side I BOARDING. Good board, with pleasant booms, can ^e had on reasonable terms, by applying at No. 2<?4 New York avenue, between 6th and 7th Btre?ts. jy 10-3t* BOARD.?Gentlemen can be accommodated with elegantly Faraithed Rooms and tirst class Board; one suit, parlor and chamber attach d. Apply at 301 G street. jy 10-lw* FOR RENT.?One ?r two ROOMS, large, airy, and comfortably furnished, with excellent board. The bnuse is in the immediate vicinity of four Departments of the Government, and has moderp c inveniences. Terms as moderate as the times y ill possibly permit. To those who desire a quiet pleasant home, free from pretension, or show, where every attention is paid to the comfort of its inmates, this opportunity is offered. Apply at No. 395 18th street, between F and G streets. je S3 tf PERSONS DESIRING BOARD MAY FIND all the comterts of an elegant home by apply ing at 426 2>th street, corner of F. three squares west of the War and Navy Departments. One of the pleasantest locations, with one of the tinest views, in the city. Water and gas in every room. Table boarders taken. je 16-lm* ^LERKS FROM THE DEPARTMENTS, ARMY and navy officers and strangers visiting Wash ington, may find a comfortable home in one of the most delightful locations in Washington, No. 52 Missouri av#nue. One very large front room, 2d story, now vacant. my 15 FRANKLIN & 00., OPTICIANS S44 PamfSTLVAHIA Avmub, (north side,) between 11th and 13th sts, and 388 P*. mttniu, vndtr tkt National Hold. rook CRYSTAL (Brazilian Pebble) and IM PROVED per18copic SPECTACLES, scientifi cally and correctly suited to the proper condition of the eyesight. OPERA and FIELD GLAS8E8, ACHROMATIC MICROSCOPES, BAR0METER8, THERMOMB TERS, ELECTRICAL BATTERIES. MATHE MATICAL AND SURVEYORS' INSTRUMENTS, COMPASSES, CARTES DE VISITE of contempo raneous Civil and Military Celebrities. PHOTO GRAPH ALBUMSinevery style. STEREOSCOPES and VIEWS, &e.,&o , in a great variety and at the lowest gures. wholesale or retail, my 13-tf Reply of haj. gbs. william b. frank lin to the Report of the Committee on the Conduct of the Wcr, with a Map: Sfi cents. my 11 FRANCE TAYLOR. T UMBER! LUMBER >-150.000 feet of assort ? J ed White Pine and Hemlock Boards and Lum ber for sale very law for cash in lots to suit pur chasers. Inquire ofO. B. CHURCH, Uth street, between Maryland avenue and, 0 streets,Island. JeXt-lw* TWEST BND NOTIOB. HB Public can now be supplied with Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Witdow Glafes, Paint Brashes, Ac., by calling at MOORB'B West Bnd Drugstore, _Je I7-gt ' 113 Peuui. avenue. P J. HBIBBRGEB fc OO., Suooessors to 3 Z - ANY TAIL OMB, korou*4B|lorn., M-tf 99% ??. 1, 1 AUCTION SALES. ?* Ayrmtoow ahp w-aroaiow wall & oo>? AnfitioDMni TOMORROW Morn?*#^1 AUCTION -On T0 x MORROW MO KM N (J, atl0 o'cloftt, we will ?'h U# AacU0Q Boom.. J Hiad Orei", Tor ? _ WM. L. WALL <it 00., Aucts. Washington City Horse Market, on 6th Tt \onth ^?i?to^"T^B,'c^htUUlbBr ?f th#' ?ko" )ffio?-N?. 355 Penn.^Ve.', on^fdTor from?ti?e corner of Sixth street. Br WM. L. <VALL ft CO.. Auctioneer. it the Bazaar, 98 Louisiana ate., between 9th and l"<n strtets. Buggy horse, buggy and harness at AiCTFOB.-On TO MOKR?W MOKNINGllth * I: ? cloc*? ** the Baiaar. we will sell? A Fine Brown. Hnggy or Paddle horse i ;-,,p Tro"'?? with doable spoke* ind steel tires, and Iiarnecs complete WM. L. WALL A CO.. Aucts. Br WM. L WALL ft CO., Auctioneer.*. At the Bazaar. *)?* Louisiana are., b-twten vth an 1"th streets i MSSftl.-00?8 AT AUCTION-On TO , It lOo'elo.k, wr Will sell lath Streets*? avenue, between 9tii and 4 Estray Cowa, to pay charges and expanses it D. CAM ELL. Jl WM. L. WALL ft CO.. Aucts. A*T ^ CROWN ft CO. Auctioneers. A A ?.B k* JJ-F.AssH0LD AT AUCTION.? ? - r AFTERNOON July l<l 1R63 ?t ? d clock, in front of the premis s, we shall sell by ?rier of the Orphans'Court, three two st-rv bricj llonses belonging to the estate of the late Thomas Hughes.together with the lea^e apnn th--ground the* occupy This property fronts 47 fe?t on 7th ftreet west, between B street south and Maryland ?ssar?rNo ?? ??" si*c months, for satisfactorily endorsed not-s bear ing interest from dcy of **le. All conveyancing at .he cost of the purchaser or purchasers JOHN H. SEMMK8, Administrator, n* v r, r r R L. 0 30WN ft CO., Aucts n^Kth t * ' HTm ono door from the corner ofbth "*? jy 2 Th.T-.iftF.jt* TBj ^ L. WALL A CO.. AnctioD(>f r WO SMALL FKAME HOUSES ON -20TH \nnNR?iKT .iS/**""" ~?n *'B1I/AY AFTER NOON, t.ie 10th inst., at 6 o'clock, we will sell in front of the precis..,; part r,f Lot No 2 Su ^ ll'V0!*"1 br *wo "mall Frame House" eon uiu ingeach five roomq, and frontiuj; on JOth street west, between north L and M rtreets. .r.i?r?8'v - haif cash ; balance in six and twelve on the pr?m"e? intcro8t' secured b* deed of trust N. b. gale without regard to weather _Jy ?:'J ^ wall ft oo., Auct*. U. McGUIUE ft CO.. Auctioneers. C A 1 ALuGUR SALE Of BOOKS.?Ou FRIDVY V' and SATURDAY EY EN IN(JS.July 1 "haod llth, conimencini' f-aeh day at 7ii o'clock we shall K" " "Inab,^?oll-Ction of Books, being the ? city'0 Sentiemau about to remove from the *? ?? - jy7 dls J.c McGUIRK ft CO.. Aucts. ByGREEN ft W ILLIAMS, Auctioneers *CVAT ArCTr0\' -0n v, HA TIjKDA ?, litb uictaut, we shail 3^11 1,1 Sck a?UMA-CUOB *t0re- No"6-'?treeflt,at a lu fine Cowr, some of which are now givire milk, and some tolerable g?od beef. And at nine o'clock we shall sell? lurai^re of new Rnd 8ecoatl fai^d As the stoca is large and of a general asnnrtin<.nt We deem it unnece.~s.iry to tnumerate ment .JUL GREEN ft WILLIAMS. Aucts. At the K7 Auctioneers. At the La^aar, 9*? Linos,ana ave , betic n >Jth and streets, rI STALLION NEBRASKA, Jr AND A *.Horse at ArcnoN.?On 8 V'fDRDA V MORMMj. the litb instant, at the Bazaar at in o'clock, we will sell? OH/.aar, at lu , ' A STALLION, The celebrated thormngl. bred jjtailion NeSraska cf' ,?? Horse said to be one of the flapst hrad* KSr-'s. d ?- ^TcPZoLr*8ait an o!5& 16?, hands high, fine style and action, eight years olc,atfr>od roa-!>tor, easy under s*.(id!^ ,7,/HT i in single or double hirnJs le' 4',d klad }r 9 : W._L. WALL ft CO , Aucts By J.C.McGUIREft CO. Auctioneers T?X1CUT0B8' SALE UP FURNITURE WD ij Hol-skholb Knects. Family 0 uti r a7 r, ?.v ,hi. Haunbss.-On SATURDAY M0R\Ivr* JU'y > 1, at ](? o clo:k, in front of th* in ?? i in'"sY V 8ha,H 8el1- by or<i? Of th' prisiDg? arn,^ure Household Effects, co"' Eiceilent Rosewood-case Piano Forto '"uK.'iSf wS'te: i>'???f Chgair? C1?th ?ofa' Arm ?nd Parlor Marble-top Tables, Whatnot, Oilt-frameMirroMK Window Curtains. Oak Arm Chairs, Dn tag Table. Lounges. Easy Chairs. Camp Cots ^eutteads. Bureaus, Wardrobes * Hair and Husk Ma'tretse^. Blisters, and P'i:?ws Chiua. Glass,and Croakery Ware, ' 8i'lsir&tCr' Cookio? Store, and Kitihon Uten Also, ? . at l! o'clock, HarneVsneW 0nB h01^ >^^i'y Carriage aad One Leather-top Buggy Wagon, One Carryall Terms cash. jy!t J. C. MeGUIRE ft CO.. Anots. ^ CO.. Auctioneers. At the Bazaar, 98 Louis,ana avf.,btltcten <J'h m l i"//j streets. /^ABRlAdES Af>'D HOUSES AT AUOTIflV V,?n SATURDAY MOKNIN(J,July,l at ^ unC;?hl pr7,0u' t0,^e fia!e of horses at ourB4/a?r ami Repo itorv. will b? so'.i a ? ? 11 1 elegant Family Coach, nearlv new 1 Family CarriMge built by Dunlap,' I Hr w ?> 'Ic.ense, in good order, 1 ?eW, 5 new No-top buggies 2 No-top ? haeton>, I Jencv Lied Carriage With a variety of >econd hand liug^ies. Phaetons Wagons, i,VPreS8 WatfOE8' lar^ Express 1 Grey Horse, Bng<ry and Harness, w7orkebo!'he lea" 0ld'17 h,,ildfl hieh' a eood 1 "fMk^ho^e,0"7 U0FSe' W0Uld make a KOod . , Ai.so, A number of excellent Draft. Carriage and TT*r uetfTof nei^ nrf e!nn"iJD5 to 4'ff?f#ntu*n?r., Full particulai ? at sale. Sale positive without rogar l to weather. ?? 1 WM L. WALL ft CO., Aucts. o. a ,H[- G?R,E^N * W1^IAM8. Auctioneers: (^ALK OE HORSES. WA(;0N3, CARTS AND p Hakbfss -Or SATURDAY MniiNiJm n'earVlfe *cinnf Horse, M?rket-on (Jth street south^ Ca?T&!' we "hall sell, Ht 9 o'clock on<5 ffih Horst., taken up as an est ray on toe -3th of June, olind of one eye. about 15 nands h i h ?nd gentle, gold fc pay for li verya.d ckarVe^ ' B'y,??re of fi^e ?trU??act!on,Raid to be round can go in three minutes, sold for no fa nit th^ DTemsaca1sIh,I!0tUrtheruSel0rhim Jy 7- ' QREEN ft WILLIAMS. Aucts. PjBLIC SALE OF EMPTY FLDTTK RaIT REL8.?Will be sold at Public Action atlhe iroveiniuent liakLery, on G street n?ir fu? n ? smment funds1;UrCll#6ef'' ^C. GREENEG?T" Captain C.S. V. SEORGETOWN ADVERMl'S. Y^=?NPTICB.-L/CEJVS?S.-A11 persons whosA licenses from the corporation of George -own expire on the 30th instant are hereby not:<h!d ?o .enew the same on or \iefore thp inth Af t ? iext otherwise they sSbiMt tkemilJ?. to^ fiS1/ md the law is compulsory on the Droiwr nfflifa t ' ,nil?,rr,?aid^nrn^n" 'll delinaSr0fflCerS to je 24-3t?wtJy m WM Aa i RD. Clerk PHOTOGRAPH 1 A L B D M SI The largest, cheapest and best stock of PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS StSlffiW f0"J " "?? M Hirt An examination of my stock of Rooks Rtatinn.. SBSU^? Je25-12t 85 High street, Georgetown. D. C. JNO. W. LUM8U0N ~ ~ ARBING AN ^"^BAL COMMISSION 91 A*p 103 WATi* Stkibt, Ittends tf> the sale of ProduM,' Kour, Grata and er? Ve?e!rhUermlly; Prooura8 CW JET***"" *lw^, wlto promptness and ' ' ?r 4-tf MiKI'??*0N8, TUNED AND TK R* ?. ?. Also, prirate lessons given in__^^^. ocad aad instrumental music. Oha-^-esioi& aaderatejby Prof WM.DAVI3 Nn l 1 slTlW r street, Washington, DO. ' N? WAGONS I * WAGONS ?/ wagons n: ' ?JAnONRCthItdw th" beff lot of ARMY SUTLER mi.? ? that has ever been sold in this city Call eripUons thta Li*ht 0ARRIAGld of all de Re pair in* prom ptly attended to. Ir7-St? ROBT. H. GRAHAM, Ooaehmawr, ? oT4 D and 47 7 Sth atreet. J?J corner lith street and Pa. arenne. nONe&ISb HALL, ??.. * . , CAPS MAY. F ORW. AUCTION SALES., \ FPTPR1 PAYI. Br J. O McGUlRR A CO.. Auctioneers. CORPORATION OF WASHINGTON SIX TIR L , ?,?:7 I*0011. mondat aptrrnooh, 5 7i ? * ? clock, ?t the Auction Rooms, we hall sell, id sums to suit? $4,WM Corporation ol Washington, qurttrtr, ix per cent. Stock Ainatl, do do, Terma cash. jy If) JAS. C McOUTRR 4 CO.. Auets. ByJ.C Mc&TTIRS tc CO., Auctioneers. [AR8IRABLR BUILDING LOT NEAR THR I * CariTOt. AT Pcblic Sale.?On TUE8DAY lITTKKNOON. July l?tb, at flS, o'clock, on the 'remises we akall sell part of Lot No. 10, in fiquarn to.1B1, fronting ?> feet on Third street east, be weeu north Ojstreet and Maryland avenne. Terms: One half ca*h;the remainder in si* Tonthswith interest, secured by a deed of tru>t n ike premises. Title perfect. a deposit of $25 will be required at time of sle. )J M J. C. McGUTRB A CO , Ancte. I Sunday Chronicle.1 i*y Marshall a pa^k, Auctiom-jw, ^OYBRNMBNT 8ALR OP CONDEMNED ? ? Storis.?We shall sell at the Navy Yari in hiscitv on iHURSDAY next. July 16th. the fol owicg artich s, condemned a* uutit for public u*e 1 I'ea Jackets. 6 IUue Cloth Trowsers. > Linen 'rocks, 28 Rlne Flannel Overshirts, 9 D ue Flauiel Indeishi'te, IP Bine Flannel Drawer*, l t ara Bine iatliiet,5\ yards Bine Flannel, 2 pMrs Kip Shoes, pairs Wool Socks, 5 Mattresses, 10 Blankets, 7 ilack Silk Handkerchie s, 5'* Blue Cloth C&pi. Terms cash in Governm?nt funds By oroer of C P. BROWN, Navy A cent. JvlQ-3t MARSHALL A PAGK, *. ?: ? By WM. L. WALL a CO.. Auctioneers, 1 TRUSTEE'S 8ALK Of A 2 STORY FRAME Houhk os 14th strkkt at Ani-Tioji. ?By virtue if a deed of trnst to the subscriber, dated 17th une. 18J8, ftnd duly recorded in liber J. A. S., No 56, folios tm, 4".r>. 41)6, one of th? land rec??rl<of Yasbtngton county, I). C., I will, on THURSDAY IfTEBNOON. Uthof August, 1HHS, at n o'clock ell in frort of the premises, part of Lot 10, sq is.ru 47, fronting 22 ft et on 14th f-treet w?st and ruu ling back between L stvet ana Massachusetts .venue. to a public alley. and improved by a good wo story Frame Dwelling Terms made known at the sale; $60 of which nuf-t be paid at t be sale. RICHARD A HYI'R, Trustee. iv9-dAd? WM. L. WALL A 00.. AuoM. By J. C McQDIRJS A CO. Auctioneers. r BUSTER'S PALE OF FOUR FRAME HOCSES anp Lots,in thf First W>*n ?On TUESDAY IFT.KRNOON, July Uth at 6 o'clock, on the prern sef, we shall Eell Lot 17, in Square Tl. trontiujr*! eel. on 2'st street, between L anlM stree's, im irovr d by fonr two-story frame Dwelling Houses, o be sold separately Terms : One-third cash; the remainder in fi and 2 n'ontcs. with interest, tecured by a d?ed of trust in tLe premises. HUGH CAPRUTOV. Trustee, jlr M J. O McGUIRR A CO.. Anew By W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers. Soi-th corner Pennsylvania avenue and Ninth Hrett I^RUSTES'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE IN thk Sixth Wakd ?By virtue of adeed of trust 0 the subscriber, liateti Ociob>-r SJ, lStS >, And re icrded in liber J A. S., No^'S, folio4-is, A c , oae of he land records. 1 will otTer lor sale hi public ace ion on MONDAY, the l.jth of July. 1863. a' 5 i'clock, attbe Auction Rnoms of \V; L Wall A, Oo . .otf-o. Square of the plan of the city of A oshiiigton Terms: One third cash; balance in six, two've, m>i eighteen montbn, purchaser's r-oies eati-fac orily endorsed and bearing interest and secured >y '!ee<l of trust on the premises. All conveyancing at the expense of the p<ir baser. 11 the ternoB of sals are not complied with with n tive days from the day of sale, the Trustee eser\esthe right to res"ll the said property at heiick an d cost of the defaulting purchas-r, on tivir* one day's noticfe in some newfpaper pub isfeed in the city of Wash ington EDWARD C. CAUSING i'ON, Trustee, je 26 W. L. WALLA CO . Ancts llvj. C. McGUIRE St CO., Auctioneers. nilANCERY SALE OF VBKY VALUABLE 1 I'HorEETv NRAR T';E Patkst OrnrE - By virtu* ifa decree, passed on tfcei"Uli day of Jan-*. 1?63. by he Supreme Court of the Di-itrict of Colurnbi*, in anse Ko 1.B7J, William A. Wilson and others. v-?. rV ilsoD. Balienger, and others, the und*r.M<rn*<l vill Rell, :it public sale, to the hlrhc^t bidder, in rontofthe premises, on TnCItSD AY the'?1 il?,y >i" July. 1863, at 5 o'clock p.m. all that part >f Lot lumbered tine, (!).) in Sqaare numbare4 four hun lr?d and six, (4<i6,> in the city of Wwihingt-ti, yhich is described as follows: Beginning at the lorthwest corner of said Lot No. Sand run:iint: hence east along F street thirty feet t->n uches, (if7.1<> )then:e south one hundred fset,( h*),! hence westtnirty seTen feet ven inches, (37.lit.> t* he southwest corner of said lot, rnd tience norti >n? hundred feet to the be^inninir, subject to a i^ht of way over a three feet wide alley on the ?ast line of said priicises, together with tbeirn irovemerts. This property is located on F street, between ^th ind i'thstreets, opposite the Patent 0!l:c8,aniin .he choicest part cf Washington. I wMi also sell, as above, on the sam-' day at six ? 'clock p. m., on the premises, the east half of Lot Jo. 6. and the west half of Lot No. 5. inSq-nre lumbered one hundred and seventy.one (171,iia lorth E street, between 17th and ISth streets, vrita r.iprovements. Terms: One third in cash : and the residu" in wo equa1 instalments at six and twelve months, 0 be secured by the purchasers' notes, endorsed to be satisfaction of the Trustee. Conveyancing at the purchaser's cost. Unless the terms ar<i compiled with in five days, he Trustee reserves the right to resell at the par 'hSQiif's * ialr iilCIIAPT) n. CLARKE, Trustee, jy 2 SwAdts J. C. McGUiKK & CO., Aucto. [T jj. MARSHAL'S SALE ?In virtue of neri 1 . facias, on judgment of condensation, issued roni the clerk's office of the Supreme Court of the Mstrfct of Columbia, and to me directed, I will ?XFose to public sale, for cash, at the front of the otjrt house door of said ccunty. on THUB^DAY, hf 16th day of July next, 1863. at 12 o'clock ra., the at-t haif of Lot No 16. in square No. 724, together villi all and singular the improvements thereon, eized and levied upon as the property of Mictael Hi !ony. and will be sold to satisfy iadicials No. 10 to October. 1F63, in favor of Ellen Kellv. alrain stratrix of Miles Kelly. WARD II. LAMOX, jeZIi dts U. 3 Marshal D C. HIDES?HIDBsT *" ILL Be sold at Publio Anctioc. on ey?T A 3DJ.ESDA7 and SATURDAY, s.t 1!. o'clock a u., at the Wharf on wjth street, WashiQ^r^n, g): he Governraen Bee' Ones on hand at tnc tlrus ft ale. Terms ?ash. in Troasury notes, to be paid at lif Bom?nt of *ale. G. BELL. Ja iS [Chron.l Lt. Col. and 0. H. V. PILES. PILES, PILES, ? Dr. WI rFIELD'8 VEGETABLE PILLS are warranted a certain ure for Piles. The wcrst cises yield after one or wo doses. No Burgical operation should be re orted to. as relief thus obtained is but temporary, n<i no cur' has ever hern perfect*rf by th* use of llu nife. The following gentlemen have be>?n cur?d : Ir. Stiles, No. *220 Broadway; Mr Hughes, No. 07 Spring street; Mr fisher. No. 54 4 Broome treet. and numerous ladies whose addresses can e obtained at my office. Pric?? 50 cents per box old by all druggists. Wholesale by D. S. BAKNES ; CO , No. "20'i Broadway, and by the |>ropriotor. Pr. WitfiuIS's Pills aro sold by 8 C. FORD.Ns. 00 Penn avenue, Washington. D. C , and by !I 1RY COOK, King street, AlexandriVa. J. YOUNG, je 13-lm No. 4S1 Broadway, New Yor^. ^otice to water-takers! Water Rsgistrar's Oman, i City Hall, July l,18t>J.\ All Water-takers are hereby notified that heir Water Rents for the year commencing with his date are.now due and payable at this oflice. The following is the law of the Corporation '-ia elation to delinquent water?taVers." viz : "In all cases of the non payment of the water ent for thirty days aftor the same is due and piya le, the Water Registrar shall notify the Purveyor f such delinquency, and the said Purveyor shall iscontinue the supply of water immediately, by uttinjr off the watar at the ??ain. and he shill not llow_ it to be*ag*in used in said delinquent's remises except on notiflcation by the Water Re istrar that the water rent has be?n paid, a* also tie expense of cutting off and restcriag the dow of ater ' The law will be enforced. RANDOLPH COYLE, Jy2-lmif Water R-gistrar. t fromTondonT ANALYTIC Universal Telegraphy. By Count e Lanture. Sauncers's Manual of Musketry Instruction The Subaltern Officer and his Duties. By Lieut, aniij s. ' The English Con?titntinn. By Doct Fisher. Year Book of Agricultural Facts. 1452. The Speaker at Home. Liebig's Natural Laws of Husbandry. Arundell on Mines. Forster's Biograohy of Oliver Goldsmith. MacLeod's Dictionary of Political Economy. I Ol. fjyTj FRANCK TAYT.OH MISERY!-THAT 18 THR The proprietors <it the " PAR OF W?NDRRS, AN ATOM Y| id MBDICINR," have determined?regardless of cpense?to issue .free, (for the benefit of sufterin* amanity,) four of their most instructive and inter iting Lectures on Marriage and its Dlsquaiifiea ons Nervous Bebility, Premature Decline, lad? Mtion, Weakness, Depression, or ignorance of hvrlology and Nature's Law. Tk*ae Invaluable ctares Lave been ihe means of enlightening aor ,Tlng ti ou&ands, ana will be forwarded free on th* iceipt of fear gtamps, by addressing S?erei?% mriHtm Oncintt a/ Anmlemv mmd Mtiitint, * roadway NewYor*. Jy W-l* JLUIWJM 0IB1B mt?mB 0IDMRL 1 have Just recjlved per schooners "George 8. offer for sale at the lowest market price, in quan ties to rait purchasers. Hotel keepers, sutlers and all otken ia want ot a dxae article of Older are Invited to call and ex ?im this before pur^hasii. r elsewhere. arr.1T A. 8HIHN, Union Bottling ^epot, 47 Green st., K-tf Geornetow*. P. n. pATSl RATS I! RATS III ^ t RUACHRS! ROACHES 11 rfbACHRfiin BEDBUGS 1 BEDBUGS I! BEDBUGS (II . ANTS I FLEAS! Ae. in all be destroyed by never-failmg articles t? i had at MOORE'S West Rnd Drug Sto's. lit >nn avenue. 'je an-tw NTSRNAL REYRNUB STAMPS, OF RVRRY DRNOMIN1TION, Daa he had at all times hereafter AT THE OOLLROTOR'8 OFFIOR, No. 47 ?> Skvkkth Stbbit, o""* eM Collector of latere*! Revenna f?r the Mt-t( PUtnvt9(09t<w?hi?.