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AMUSEMENTS TO-NIGHT. Gbotbr'b Thbatrb.?ftlilner'a dramatiga Uon of Ix>rd Byrons, "Mazsepps, ?u nounced for to *night again, and th*Te is no dtmbt but that tbe sam? success which attracted its representation every nig&t last week, will be repeated. It is certainly well worth wit nessing, as it has been prepared in all its de tail* in such a manner m to bring ont all the most beantifnl and interesting poinU with the greatest effect. Foa?*fl Thsatbr?Mr. Ford announces a continuation of the oriental, fairy spectacle, ?'The Forty Thiers-" No one has seen this play who has not been hugely delighted with the spirited acting of Miss Snsin Dentn, C. B. Pfhop. Mr*. Bishop, and the othtr members ot Mr. Ford's extra good company. The scen ery, costumes, music, and all the necessary adjuncts to the proper representation of the spectacle are all that conld be desired. Castbkbcry.? An immense bill is an nounced for the present week, and in addition to tbe novel and amnsing Ethiopian and other acts, an A the graceful dances, ballets and pan. tomlmea, a new local sensation drama, entitled t Beau Sickman, or the Bushwnackers of the Potomac," prepared expressly for the Canter* bury company, will be performed Sa??ord'8 Tbocpb.?At Odd Fellows' Hall, Mr. S. S. Sanford and his line Philadelphia operatic company will commenoe a series of dslightfnl entertainments to-night. The troupe is fBvorablv known throughout the principal cities as one of much talent in their peculiar line of entertainment, and their wit is not of that low and vulgar order too much in vogue with Ethiopian operatic troupes. It will cer? talnly pay to visit them. Gkacs Church Fair.?At Island Hall, the delightrul fair under the auspices of the ladie3 of Grace Church will be continned for a fevr nights longer, an announcement which those who would pass a real ly pleasant evening will not regret to hear. The fair room is delightfully cool and pleasant, and tbe refreshments and beverages just the thing for this hot weather. Pio Nir ?This afternoon and evening there will be a pic nic and dancing at Tivoli Park. 7 th street, beyond the old Wasbington Park. This pic nlc is srol up by the Excelsior Club, and vriii be an enjoyable aff;ur. Tbt^tbbs ok Public Schools.?A special meetlne of the Trustees of Public Schools was held on Saturday evening at the City Hall, the Vice President, Dr. Walsh, in the chair. John Hit7, Esq., appeared as a Trustee from the Third School District, in place of Dr. C. W. Davis, resigned. The Chair presented a communication from Rev. Dr. Samsou, president of Columbian Col lege, tendering a scholarship in said college to the most meritorious pu pil of the public schools at the coming examination. On motion, tbe communication was accepted, with the thanks of the board for the favor; and Messrs. Wight, Hitz, Wilsop and Mnrtagh were appointed a committee to examine the candidates tor ??e scholarship. The examination will take place on or before thf< las! day ot tbe distribution of premiums. Mr. Miller, from the committee on text-books, made a report. But few changes are recom mended, and these are the adding of Davies' University Arithmetic; the striking from the list Bullion's Analytical Grammar and substi tuting Kerl's. It 13 also recommended that Gray s Manual oi Botany be added to the list of text-books. The consideration of the report was post poned until a future meeting. On motion of Mr. Wight, it was resolved that in the distribution ot premiums for vocal music an exc ?ption be made to tne rule which provides that but one premi um be given to a pupil; or, in other words, that premiums for excellence in vocal mu*ic be given to the most meritorious without regard to the prize ihey may have received for excellence mother branches cf study. The application of Mr A. C. Bacon, of Cleve land, Ohio, lor a teachership was received and relerred. Mr. Wilson sta? -d that the new school house in the Third District would be dedicated on Saturday next, at 1 p. m., and among other ex ercises, there would be an address by Hon. Mr. Patterson, of New Hampshire. Adjourned. EiHISITIOH OK HAKD90VB OlL PAINTIN'G*. To-morrow will be opened to public view, at the sains rooms of J. C. McGulre & Co., a large and valuable collection of line oil paintings, recently selected in Europe by Mr. L. A. Tol man. (a gentleman to whom many of our citi zens are already indebted for handsome parlor pictures, at marvelously low figures,) the col lection embracing about l?j specimens, princi pally of the French school, of beautiful land scapes, marine views, figures, and groups, together with line copies of some of the most celebrated pictures in the galleries of Europe. We advise our citizens to call and examine this really fine collection, even if they are not disposed to purcnase. ? ??? alixn Workmen Dischar*?bd.?Within a few days past two workmen in the sail ma ker's department, Navy Yard, five in the ma son's, one in tne ship carpenter's, one in the constructing engineer's, three in the black smith's and seven in the laborer's departments, have been discharged for being aliens, and not furnishing evidence of their intention to be come citizen-: Quite a number in a like fix, who anticipated a discharge, "took their time"' and left. IlTPTCTKD FOR KSEPIXO A BAWDY HOrBK.? The grand jury have found a true bill against Louisa Kohner for keeping a bawdy house, and on Saturday she was brought up on a oench warrant when she gave security for her appearance. It will be recollected that she was convicted of the same offense at the last term of the court and a heavy fine imposed upon her. 1>?tkbbstix<> Eii'BWJMSTS.?On Saturday ?ipht, the ordnance officers at the Navy Yard were engaged in making experiments with a new signal rocket, which surpasses anything of the kind ever tried here. The rockets were fired from a howitzer, and the experiments gave general satisfaction to the officers making them, as also tiie President, who witressed them Hot am> Cold Baths.?One of the acknowl edged best preventions of disease, and at th tame time of the b*st aids to comfort, is clean Hues;, and frequent bathing will secure this. Hemplei's, 3to C i-treet, between 6th and 7th, Has lately fitted up some cool and well venti lated bath rooms, where hot and cold baths may be Uad at ail hours. _? .Summer Dry Goods Cheap ?At Linsburgh & Bro.'s Baltimore Bargain store, 375 7th street above 1, a line stock or summer dry goods is being sold at reduced prices. The as sortment is a most desirable one, and purcha sers who would save money cannot do better tban give the establishment a call. See their advertisement elsewhere in the Star. Criminal Corrt.?Tnis morning the petut iury were discharged until Thursday in con teqnencs of the fact that Judge Fisher has not fully recovered from his late Illness and was unable to hold court. Excxrmos.?See announcement elsewhere ot interesting excursion to be made to Gly rnout by Andy Johnson Club The proceeds of the excursion are to go to a most deserving cha-ntabie object. _ Navt Yard.?'The gunboat Leslie arrived liom tbe lover river yesterday alternoon, but reports nothing new. * * "ilAJBirA."?The great card of the seasou has proven to be "Mazeppa," aud the apparent expense incident to Its production eheuld of itself insure its success, to say nothing of the charms and ability of Miss Vance, the magnifi cence of the charger "Don Juan, and the effi ciency of the excellent supporting company. The costumes are new aud original, the scenery beautiful and appropriate, the paraphernalia superb, the combats thrilling, the appointments gorgeous and correct, and the processions im posing. "Mazeppa," with Kate Yance, "Don Jean," and the company, will be given again to-night at Grover's cool Theater. t War Department, Adjutant GtntraVs Office, ) Washington, June til, l-?>i. J Fpeelal Ordc r?,-Ve. #18.?[Extract]? # * # -1. The disinterment of the bodies of soldiers aid other* dying in service of United States, in ?ne District of Columbia, is hereby proliib x'ed until the 1st of October, 1^61. * # * By order of the Secretary of War. E- D. Towksebd, Assistant Adjutant General. SPECIAL. NOTICES. A Tm St- or Beicty js a JoY Foretkr.?The ivln# br*?th of the lo?*iie.Mt flower that <ii the u&rianJ oi nature and wall* iU ft?reet pei t tf ki t?ery br*e?s. hs?i*? exact rouateriwrt Jr e breath- of alt who that une-inalled and .?tlj popular Dentrlili*e, Fragrant Sozodont. It V a rife, and sweeten* li^s breath, cleanses, beauti tti a. d preserve* the Ttrth, hardens tiie Gums, six1 ni?N to them that roseate ca?l an much cov eted. i.iCtl deliciou-, convenient, efficacious sad te-sC- iai preparation for tiie toilet ertr gtveu to tiie p'jMip. Stid ki Dro*ji?t? eTfryrhei*. jt? fcosi. last \T, COCOB. CCi-D. sii'ar troubles, if i?n#ertd to re. *-?: -c eer:<?- P :lmc aarr, Broueu.a* aud Aiia ~ ?t.; Kf ctir at. cfteotloccs io^urabi*. b^c > a 'o iiv^oailt TaOC3s.-i 1 sc a^ te reash iirectlj th? cf glrsfcaiPSflM'.sat rMlff, ITIUlg ..-A \ First Hof or m 8*sSO*?Ths n?w pavillion at Crystal Springs is finished, ani will op*n wuh the first hop of the wwoo on TnewUr eveaiaf, I June 2?th. ! je 26-St' k Fi?gwA*;PrOprietor*. Ice Cbsam Ics Cbram ! The nndersignea oegs leavetc inform the public : that h? has always on hand a X.-esh supply of the | choicest flavors ICR Ckihv, which help prepared to supply to stor?s, .i?utler?, hotels. pic nics. parties, excursions. and families, ?at the shortest notice ant the most reasonable terms. J03. SCHArftKLR's Steam IceCrMwn Manufactory, No. 3969th St.,bet. Q and H. Wholesale aud retail, je 23 1m* Cop.ss, Bcsri053. Bad Nails, btc. Corns are the universal torment of mankind. To be relieved of these terrible evils, call on Dr. White and submit to his manipulations. You are sure to get relief without experiencing pain. Of fice, 494 Pennsylvania avenue (Lane-& TucfcerV building, between 4,1* and 6th streets. No charge for consultation. je 21 tf A Nkw PFP.rrvs ro* thi HA?fr>K*RCsn?r. Pka.'on'* "Night Blooming Cereus." Photon's "Night Blooming Coreus." Phalv*'* "Night Blooming Cereus." Phnion i "Night Blooming Cireus." Phalon's "Night Bleoxr.ing Cereus." Phalon's "Night Blooming Cerea#.'' Thalon's "Night Bloom.ng Cereus." 4 most exquisite, delicate aiyl fragrant perfame, distilled from the rare and beautiful flower from which it takes it* name. Manufactured only by Phai.oh fc Sox, N. Y. BIWABl OF COVHTgRFB.T*. Ask to% Phaloks?Tabs ho OiarX. Je !6-3m Sold by druggists generally. Do yor cslor your whiskers and moustache* If so, use the "Japanese Hair Stain." No hair dye in the world equal to it. Only one preparation. It colors a natural black or brown Only SO cents a box. _ S. O. Fokd, j?2-eo3m 290 Pa. avenue. Sole Ag*at. Coloati's o*rr 8oa?. This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal demand, in mads from the choicest materials, is mild and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scent ed, and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. Ja35-eoly Bmbmatobhhcba cas BiCruo.-Dr Band's Bm cifio eures Spermatorrhea, Seminal Wtakmts, Im poUnry, Ltss of Poyjotr. etc.. speedily and drttuaHy. Its effects are truly magieal. A trial of the 8pecifle will convince the most skeptical of Its merits. Price 91a box. Sold byb. 0. Ford, corner lltb street and Pa. avenne, Washington, and Henry I Cook. Alexandria. __ Jafi-ly Da.DcpoKT'a Sugar-coated Female Begalatlng Piils are the very but in v?i. They operate speedily and tfntivtlv, and being sugar-coated create no nansea upon the most delieate stomach. A trial oi ! these Pills will prove their superiority ovtr all others. Price ?1 a box. Bold by 8.0. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue,Washington,and Henry Cook, Alexandria. Jat-ly W abb anted to Curb ih Six Datb.?Dr. Godfrey's Antidote, an English Specific of sixty-five years' standing, will cure Gonorrhoea in six days. No change of diet required. Price 81 per bottle. Sold by S. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook. Alexandria. Jafi-ly DIED. On Sunday, the 2?"th inst., in the 7<>th year of her a^e. Mr*. MARY MOORE. wife of John Moore, of ?ashinjrton. Her funeral will take place on Tae<d?y, the 2?th in?t . at t1-* o'clock in the afternoon, from her late residence. No. 34 J F street,"betv sen Srth Hnd 10th ?streets. The friends of the family are invited to be present -without further notice. * In this city, on the 36th instant, after a linffering and painful illness, Mrs. ELIZABETH STEW ARD, relict of P.J. Steward, of Md., in the 73th year of her age. Her friend^ and relatives are invited to attend her funeral, this afternoon, at 5 o'clock, from her late residence. No. 235 9th street west. * On the 26th instant, MARGARET, wife of the late George Hercns, of this city, aged 66 years. The friends of tlie family are invited to attend the funeral from her late residence. N". 573 Mary land avenue, onTuesdaj\the 2ith instant, at four o'clock p.m. * On the ZTth inst., of typhoid feTer, WILLIAM H CROWLEY, aged a jears, son of Patrick and Elixabeth A. Crowley. The friends and acquaintances of the family are invited to attend the funeral from the residence of his father, (No. 542 I atreet,)tc morrow(Tues day) afternoon, at 4 o'clock. * I Baltimore paper* please copy.] On thr morning of the i.Cth June, of dysentery. ISABELLA, aged 0 months and 13 days, youngest child of Matthew and Isabella Lossuo. Weep not for little Bella. Her gentle spirit's fled ; She sweetly sleeps with Jems, Among the silent dead. She lias gone from our circle. And gone from our earth; 'he is dead, but in dying She gains a new l>irtb. Past h?r sufferings, past her pain, t>?-# to w???, for tears are vain ? Calm the tumult of your breast. She who suffered is at rent. The funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon, at 2 e'clock, from the residence of the parent*. No- i HOO fith street. Island. Their friends are respect fully invited to attend. * ? ANSBLRGH St BRO'S J BALTIMORE BARGAIN STORE. 375 SEVENTH STREET, Thitd Door Abort I Street. SELLING OFF SELLING OFF SELLING OFF The entire stock of Summer Dry Goods at a great sacrifice. We mention in part?A beautiful lot of Lawns at S'c.; Bereges and Mnjambique? at 25c.; Black Silk Mitts from 6fe. up; Crash for Toweling at 12,Zc. per jard; Sun Umbrellas at half price; a beautiful lot of Summer Shawls at fa; large size Shepherd Plaid Shawls at 51.00; Black Lace Shawls? these goods are from last year, and therefore very cheap: Hoop Skirts for the million?a first rate ar tide?25 springs, at 50 cents. HOSIERY, HOSIERY of every description much chcaper than any other place in the city. All CAMBRICS for lining 25 cents. French Mechanical CORSETS, white and darki all numbers. Bleached and Brown MUSLINS of every well known brand at less than factory prices. FLANNELL of all grades, tome very nice, all wool, at 60c. per yard. LINEN and WOOLLEN GOODS for men and boys' wear in great variety. BLACK falLKBl BLACK SILKS The largest ?U-ck in the city Our Stock of SMALL TRIMMING3 is complete aud cheap. PINS5 cents, . NEEDLES 6 c-rnli! : SKIRI B?.AID Scents. And other Goods in proportion Call early, before Gocdi take another rise, at LAKSBUKQH Sc BEO S BALTIMORE BARGAIN STORK. 37 5 Seventh Street, Third Door tbore I itrect. P. S.?Ladies who wish tc avoid a crowd will please call early in the morning or late in the evening je 24-3t* pROPOSALS FOR FUEL. The undersigned will receive sealed proposal" until Wednesday, the lJlh day c f July. 1981, for? Qne hundred ill"') tone of ' est quality White Ash Coal, egg size. The Coal must be clear of dust and frev fr< m slate, 22W lbs to the ton. Fifty (50) coras of the be.-^t Oai Woed; and Twcnty-fiv e(:.") cords best quality of Pine. All of t?ie above to be delivered, weighed and miasnn-d ?.t the Asylum ty the 31st day of July. W. G ft. NEWMAN, JOHN McDEVITT, WM. SLATER, je ?4-'.d CoTnar.isaior.sr* Washington Asylnrj. JAMES THAKP, i)XALEB IN TOEACCO CIGARS. PIPFS.Ac , to2 y.h at., above Ta. are.,oast sHe, Washington. The attention of sutlers a&d pur^has^ri general ly is caiicd to his Btock, which will be found to embrace a great variety of every article in his lir e of business He woold take this occasion to return his thani<? to th? Washington public for the patronage heretofore extendeo to him, je 22 lia* TO THE GERMANS OF WASHINGTON-I hav? now (hcured the services of hn excellent Ger man brnsgist, one who thoroughly understands the druc and prescription business, aoa is conver sant in tke German end English languages. Ger man* wishing their mhdlclnes carefully and accu rate! v ccmsounded, will ao we!! to give me a call. ? . ? _ J08*i?H p. SULLIVAN. P. S ?To my other customers and the public ttneraUy, I need oru> say that I shall always keep ao heretofore, a well sei?cte<l stook of pure Drugs and Chei-ieain. which shall be dispensed in a care ful and skillful ma-'-er. leg 1W J P.S, ROOFING FKLTI ROOFING CEMENT THOMA8 FAHSY. CokM- Fi" Br fttr uimmi Ca5al, Befe* the eni y JJentTif this oitr ^or Kcefin/ Felt and KooSng Oemect frem an old established lirm. c?n afford to bell ta? aheve article* at the very lowest pree? EvCfoti MMft FOB BENT AND SALE. TO LET?Part noCSB to rent on the Inland. J. Inquire at 49513th stwt, between G and H etreata. ? je r-n* A NEWLY FURNISHED BACK BOOM. ?D Floor and front room. 3d floor. Alsu.a front basement suitable for an office, to reut, iu a pleas ant and desirable neighborhood. Apply at 417 13th street. j?gT 2t? l^OK SALi-The STOCK and FIXTURES of a * Grocery Store.doing * good boeiness, on the I->Ub>1, The proprietor intending to change his business is the only reason for offering it for sale. For particulars, call at 599 7th 6treet, bet. Vir ginia avenue aad D at., Inland. J? V 3t^ C'OR RENT?One large ROOM. 23 by ?8 fe*t. well ?1. calculated for a shop or storeroom Also, sev eral other BO0.M8, well calculated forlawyer's, doctor's or agcney offices. Likewise, a small 8TORBROOM. ?? by 20 feet. Inquire of A. F. KIM MELL, No. 363 C street north,between 4'? and 6th str.et*^ jeST-St' tjH>K BENT-ji Bai:E CHA l*rB.-Two desira ble six-room BIUCK HOUSES, on 4\?8ireet, Island, Ko. 110 and Hip, betweeen Virginia ave enno and I Street south. To permanent tenants the rent will be moderate. Inquire *n the prem ise*. precieel) between 9 and 10 o'clock in the rooming. ? je27-3t* I. OR RENT-A new three story BBIOK HOU3B, A containing eleven rooms.?ml all modern im pfovemen's The house in situated on Maryland arenne. between 4>?' and 6th streets, No 51* Pos session a-? ?i immediately. For futthr-r twrticQ 1 art apply a No 466 Pa. avenue, between Maud W ?t?.. *orth side. teT-St* E*0R BENT?A very durable RE3IDENC1, A now beire vacated , situated on A. between ftth and6th sts.. No. 469. A large cistern of elefant dilative va'er in the yard; also, Pot >mac water. N ler did newer garden in front. House contain ing a: cat 14 rooms. Possession given immedi ately . R. W. CARTER, Corner 7th street and La. a*'. a, C 1011 JJii> Oa LNVUKNISHED ROOMS TO A let, on ascommodating terms; 356 H street, corner of 14th at. Apply immediately, je ?5-lw* Sl'OR PALE?The GOOD WILL and FIXTURES cf Gillen's Restaurant, 855 Pa. avenue. Ap y immediately on the premises. Je 25-31* POR ^ALE CHEAP.-The half interest of a PHOTAORAPH GALLERY in Washington doing good business Reasons given. Call at 436 Penna avenue. je25-3t* Pl>R RBNT.-Fonr or firo well FURNISHED ROOMS. together with one laree parlor on 2d floor, together or separately. Rent moderate to good: tenant*. Apply at >134 H street, between l!#th and 2 th streets. je 2o-5t* PH'R RENT. IN GEORGETOWN-Two desirable FRAME HOlSF.S, containing eight rooms oacli. Water and gas in the houses. A good base ment, cellar and pantry. .Vlso, a good large yard. Applj to JOHN LANE, No. 10 2d street. JeSS-St* Brick stable for rent, on capitol Hill. 3:1 F irst street east, corner of C street, 1 ?r^e enoupb to accommodate four horses and hack, with loft for hay. and abundance of yard room. It i* just back of the Railroad Depot, and near the Capitol. ie 25-3t* FOR SALE?With lirmediate possession, a mint excellent Brick HOUSE, containing S room*. Location desirable and House in thorough repair. Will be sold upon liberal terms. For particulars inquire at the corner of 9th and M streeis, No. 300, between the hours of 7 and 9 in the morning, or be tween 6 and 9 o'clock in the evening. je 20-3t* FOK bALE?A large three Btory frame HOUSE, containing seyen rooms, situated on 11th st., between M and N streets. Will )>e completed and possession given on the 1st of July, lor further particulars inquire on the premise-;, or of J <_? 11N W. REED, No. US? 11th street, betweeu O and 1' streets. je25 3t* FOR RENT?The CONFKCTIONBRY STAHDTt the Tivoli Park, second lot above Pars Hotel, on 7th street. Patent Soda Fountain, Ice Cream Freezers, etc., furnished. A rare chance for an enterprising person or couple Further particu lars can )>e learned by calling on the proprietor. je?-3T TO RENT?A three-story BBICK HOUSE, well furnished Rent moderate. For particulars inquire at Barber Shop, 571 Seventh street, Islitiid. je 2!-3t* FOB RENT?Four or flvenice ROOMS for rent together or separately. Rent moderate to good tenants. Apply to 130 Pa. avenue, between 1'Jtli and 2i-th sts. jo 24-3t* TV^OTICE?Furnished and unfurnished ROOMS for rent at No. 154 Pennsjlvaniaavenuf>,het. 17th and lt<th street?. Also, Fashionable DRE.^S MAKING to order. Je2l-3t* A l URNISH ED ROOM TO LET. FOR TWO single gentb-men. Inquire First Ward Bowl ing Saloon, li street, between Ulat and i?d streets. j e 71-3t* FOR 11ENT?A small HOUSE, partly furnishe'l. on 8th street east, near the Navy Yard. To a careful tenant the rent will be moderate. One of the healthiest locations in the city. Address "X Y %,"eity Poet Office. jeJ4 3t* 'T^O RENT?Two line ROOMS, communicating or A separate, on second floor, to gentlemen. Those desiring something superior to prevailing style here, new furniture, fpring beds, perfect neatno.s*, call at 563 C'th st. feouth. City cars run near. je 24 3t? F^OR BENT?Several ROOMS in No. 8. 4'? St. The?e rooms are well furnished, and ltaveail the modern impro\enients. The lower part of the house, together with the rear building, will be rented separately. This part will afford ample facilities for accommodating forty table hoarder*. Je ?4 1 w * VKKY VALUABLE PROPERTY IN TOE RKAR f OF THE NATIONAL HOTBL?We offer at Private Sale Lot No. 6. In Square No. 490, fronting Mfeet 4 inches on north C street, between 4's aaa 6th street west, and running back about 128 feet to a 30 foot wide public alley, with a Brink building, long and favorably known as the ''Washington Bath House." Th? central location of this valuable p.-operty renders it very desirable for business purposes, and we invite the particulaikattention of capitalists and business men to the safe. Je 2t-6t J AS. C. McGUIRE CO. l^OR RENT?A BARBER SHOP AND FIX * TUBES, with a good run of custom. Apply at No. 4 9 Bridge street, near Washington st..George town. Will be rented on account of changing business, je23-i>t* FOR SALE.-A three story BRICK HOUSE. cu;i taining six rooms, situated on a corner lot 1^'! feet front by 100 feet deep on 1st street east, be tween I and K streets north", will be sold reason ably for cash. Apply on the premise*. je23-lw* fl*URNISHED ROOMS FOR BENT.?Booms -in gle or in suits, suitable for offices, with #r without board, at 43'J G street, between 7th and 8th sts. The house contains bath room, water and gas. Table boarders can alco be accommodated, i e 23-lw* 9 FOR SALE.?A neat frame HOUSE of six rooms. No. 403 K street north, between 9th and loth streets west,(near Northern Liberty Market,) re paired throughout. Persons wishing a residence in a healthy and yood neighborhood, good water, near te market city cars and the public buildings will please call and see it. Pos-'ession given at time of purchase. Title indisputable. Inquire of J. F. KELLEY, on 8th st., near I st. je 23-lw* FUBNISHED BOOMS FOR BENT.?To ge.i'b meu only. 506 yth street, one door from l'a. avenue. j?* il'-tf. QiC) nnn-"OTEL FOR SALB-United Hall, No. 499 11th street, a few doors above thf- Avenue, containing an elegant bar. kit chen. and dining room, twelve well furnished rooms; also, a large ball, which could he used as a billiard room, or made into sleeping ro'>ms. Best reasons foj gelling. Inquire at the premi fees. je 22-1 w FOR SALE?A FARM of loo acres ot superior land, b miles from Georgetown and 2\f miles from the canal: 60 acres in cultivation, and the balance in \ery heavy pine wood, Improved by a tmail frame house and orchards. Wood enough can be sold off the farm to pay double the amount cf purchase money. F. MAGE, Age nt for the Sa!e of Maryland Lands, Je i2-lw* 517 Seventh street. C* L I F T O NT- ~ ' ON THE HEIGHTS OF GEORGETOWN, FOR SALB. I avail myself of this mode of answering the numerous inquiries that have been made whether this beautiful residence of the late Col. Eliet is for Pale5 It will be sold, under a decree of the Supreme Court of this District (rendered necessary in con sequence of the minoiity of two of hib remaining three children, and because of their minority) about the end of the ensuing month of Jul y. "or the Information r f those who may not be familiar with Clifton, but who may desire an attractive Buourban residence, combining the advantages of city and country life. I state that it is situated in the center of our Heights, and contains about forty-five acres of land, highly iniproved, and planted, within the last six or seven vear?, with the choicest fruit and ornamental trees, having an excel.ent dwelling house of nine or ten room*, an overseers cottage detached, Urge barn, stables, and other appropriate out buildings, with good fences, nearly all of them new. It 1* surronnded :7 the splyndid re?idences ot Tudor Place, of Gen. Ha.ieci, Mrs. Boyce, Mrs. Barber, E. M. Liothi cum.E?q., and others, arid adjoins on the north the grounds attached to the residences of Mrs. Linthjcum and Mrs Boyce, and is elevated, com manding a view of all of them, as well aa of the picturesque valley of Rock Creek, the city of Wa=h lngtcn.the Heights of Arlington,and the Potomac river. The view of_the city of Washington, across the valiey ? f Rock Creek, is exceedingly beautiful. It is within twenty minutes' walk, over s brick pavement three-fourtbs of the distance, of the railioad street cars running from Georgetown to Washington. For salubrity, neighborhood, access to town and city, and beauty of situation, it is unsurpassed. Due notice will be riven of the day of sale. In the meantime any inquiries can b<? addr*M?i? to me at Georgetown, or J. C. McGUIRE A Co.. Washington. Je 2i-eo2w W. RKDIN. URNISHED RO#VM8 FOR RENT, for gentle men only. No. 5*9 Maryland avenue, between l(?th and 11th streets. je21 fit-1 FOR SALE-A BRICK HOUSE and LOT, situa ted in the most healthy location and splendid view of the railroad. Persons wishing to buy a g( id residence would do well to call on B street north, between M and 3d streets, Capitol Hill, Je 20-lw* rjBEAT BARGAIN. vi now is Yovn cHAycs. For saie, a very desirable little FARM, containing abont 38 acres of land in a good state c f cultivat-on. and well watered.situa-cd in Fairfax county, Va., adjoining Arlington Farm, 4 mile* distant from Washington city and cnl* 2c minut'1 w&li to Georgetown market Apply to JOHN IT TUCKER, Washington city, Mo. 141 south B St., >0 lT-eoSt" Island, FOR SALE?A large and well-built thrae-ctory BRICK HOUSE, with ba ik building, Ha. 171 Sd street west, betweon B ana 0 st*. immediate yo<>?es?ioB given, Appiy to CHARLES H. DANE, 4M4 Pa. avenua. . - JaT-#ctf F^on SALF-lOO Ajpajfro* LAND at Beits Tille, IOC acres ino acre* , KJO>cm at Coatee's. SO acre* at Laurel, at Savact, ISO at A&napolit Juuetion, i.v?,ir>at}MuoD R Cut, 160 at Hanover Switch, ?6 acre# near Eliridge Landtag, to acres V nil* from Baltimore. All on the Washington Branch Ball road. For terms and description, apply to II. BaNNON, 3'2 St. Paul1* St., Baltimore. M4. jc9-lm* pHOT00RAPQ ANg AMBROTYPE GALLERY For rent, one of the largest aiid best located nai leries in Waahington. with ail the modern im provements. None but first-class artists of high reputation in tbe art need apply. This is a rare chonee for a food energetic operator with some Wrttal. App1,?ntb. t cn "?""""'oSlftWHS.. Terms cash, first month in advance. ^ jqfr-tf TO RENTVAn elegant HOUSE, with Vrown Btene tront, partially furnished, with all tsod ern improvement*. centrally and pleasantly lo cated. No. 444 E street, near tbe residence of Sec retary Chase, together with large brick stable, the premises not to be rented for a boarding *?????? *or, particulars inquire of Hon D. FT 80ME8 on the premises, or Capt. GEORGE ELY, No. 27 4J* street. Possesion given immediately, 1e 8-tf . _ FOR SALE?a small brick HOUSE and good sized LOT, containing four rooms and summer kitchen. Situated on 4th street, between N and 0. For particular* inquire at GIBBS' Hair Stere. 242 Pa. ay., near 13th st. Je r-lm FOR SALE?A comfortable BRICK RESI DENCE, having ten rooms and a good cellar, well furnished throughout, and in thorough re pair, with gas. water, h*ating range, and ererv modern convenience. Immediate possession. The furniture and property in fee for $9,500. MITCHELL & SON, Real Estate Brokers. S. E. corner Pa RT. ?nd 15th at je 2" eoot tChronicle.l Thirty-five hundred dollars.-For sale. STOCK, FIXTURES. OOOO-WnL and three years' LEASE of a well fitted up Restaurant on Pennsylvania avenue,(thirteen rooffit,) uow in active, pairing operation. MITCHELL & SON, Real Estate Broktra. S. E. corner Penna. av. and l&th street, je lf-eolm Washington, P. C. vpo LET?A handsomely famished HOUSE, la A the First Ward. The whole, or in suites. Pos session given the lit of July. Inquire at Star Of fice, or address Mr. EVER, Georgetown Post Of fice. Also, four large PARLORB, for Government offices. my 28-lm* F,OR RENT?A large STORE; good location for confectionery or ice cream saloon. Inquire at the store, 310 1 street west. je6-lm I i^OR RENT?To gentlemen, two neatly furnished CHAMBERS, in a very pleasant and healthy location, near the State Department and Lafayette Park, 4bO New York avenue, and forty yards east of the horse cars running from the Capitol to Georgetown. Rent low. JeB-tf OOMS FOR RENT.-Comfortable and well furnished Rooms at 480 12th street, between G and H sts. The location is one of the most de sirable in the eitr. my2i-tf F WANTS. w J ANTED.?A good Second COOK and a vegeta ble co<>k at 4 31* E street near 7tli je 27 3t* ANTED-A reliable Protestant WHITE WOMAN, to take care of child 3 years old. Room 5ft, Ebbitt Hoti je 27-3t* WANTED?At the American Telegraph Office, . 432 Pa avenue, three MESSENGER BO\S. Must come well recommended. je 27-,'t ? WANTED?A YOirTH from 16 to IS years of age to learn the Drug Business. Must come well recommended. Inquire of J. R. MAJOR, corner 7th and H streets. je 27-31* OCSE PAINTBRH-WANTED two !;.)0il HOUSE 1IANDS. Hiehest wages given. M. T. PARKER ft CO.. je 27-3tT '>9,Lonisiaiiaav.,h?t.6thand7tb. IVAnTkD IMMEDIATETY-Two youngMEN, vv to work at ice cream making. Apply to T. POTENTINI, 279 Pennsylvania avenue, between 10th and 11th streets. It* A MIDDLE-AGED AMERICAN WOMAN wishes a SITUATION as cook in a small private family. to assist in washing. Reference given if required. Address Box IP. Star Office. It* WANTED?By a jouug woman a SITUATION as Seamstress by the week or month, and has no objections to go as lady's maid o: housekeeper. Address " I). N.. Star Office. Je 27-2X* WANTED IMMEDIATELY?Two good (col ored) WAITERS. Also, one 1CK CREAM MAKER. Apj'ly at No. 4t??> Pennsylvania avenue, between 3d and 4'i streets. je 27-31* S. SIMMONS. WANTED ? Iu a small family a COLORKD WOMAN, who is a good Cook, Washer, and Ironer. Best references required. Apply at 170 Pennsylvania avenue, between 17th and 13th ?ts. It' \*/AN TED?A good white or colored JOURNEY vv MAN BARBER, to work from 7 a. ni. to 7 p m. Apply at No. 03 7th street, betAe>_*u R and 3, between 7 and 9p.m. .ie 27-it" F. BARTELL. WANTED?Bra respectable young woman, a SITUATION as chambermaid and seamstress in a respectable private family. The best of ref erences given. Address "K, K ," Star Office. je 27-2t AT?TkT>-'A C.IRL <ir middle ag-d WOMAN to do general housework fur a small family, No one need apply unlesserell recommended. Ap ply immediate! y at 481 10th street, betweei D an 1 E streets. je 27-3t* WANTED?Little HOUSE with fifc-t door suita ble for millinery -hop. or room on second floor, or if pos-ible little stora, well located. In quire at DEMONGEOT'S Human Hair Store, cor ner D and loth streets, near the avenue. Je 27-6t*B ANTED?A SITUATION, hy a respectable woman, as a tirst-cla" pastry cook or house keeper, in a hotel or restaurant. No objection to go in the country. Call 229 G ?treet,between 17th and ISth streets, two days. If WANTED?A WOMAN (white} to assist with the cooking and washing and ironing. Also, one to wa-h di-hes aud make up beds. Good re ferences required. Inquireat the Gosling House, 24 7 Pensylvania avenue, between 12th and i;jth street-*. je 27-21" WANTKD?One hundred HORSES pasture, in Prince George's county, Md. Price tt> per month tor single bors-', by th? quantity fSp- r month. Inquire of J. BEASLEY, -iii Louisiana cvenue, Washington. je 27-2 w* MRS. M > M. SCIIAAFF \\T ANTED-COUNTRY RESIDENCE or COUN - " TRY BOARD. Location and comforts of the greatest importance. Terms seeondarv consider ation. Will rent whoie or part of bouse, or board with the fHmily. Number?man. wife, four chil dren, and two servants. Addre?s Post Oflk*. Box 472, Washington. D. C. Je27-3t IV AN TED-A good 1 RONE It. Apply ruth- Kj *v bitt House. .. je 25-3t* r AN Ti: D?A good C A KB B AKER, a ltd a MAN to make Ice Cream, at 438 E street,near 7th. je &?-3f CANAL liOATS WANTED-The Navy Depart ment is desirous of purchasing a number of ordinary ("anal Boats. Inquire at Burea"- of Con struction. Navy Depart.nent. je 2^-3t \VANTED?A GIRL or middle aged w.?mar to *? do general housework. No board andlo<ls: ing furnished. Must come well recommended. To be engaged by the week. M. WILLIAN. je23 3t* 33*> Penua. avenue. Vl/ANTED? A GIRL to attend to children and vv do general bouse work. One who can come well recommended will hear of a good and per inanent home by applying immediately at 3**^ E sireet, between 9t)i and Dth. 1e25-3t ^OOK WANTKD?A WI1ITK WOMAN, entirely c i competent to do the cooking, washing and ironing, in a private family; will hnd em jloyment, at ?ood wa^es, by applying atNo.337 .3th street, Ialand. Incompetent persoas. and per sons without good city references need not apply. je 25-3t* WANTED?A WOMAN to cook, wash aud iron. German or ish preferred. Apply at 4U1 Maryland avenne. je 24-3t* GOOD COOK WANTED at No. 309 Hstreet. one door irom 7th street. Apply immedi ately. je 21-3t* WANTED?An experience! CHAMBERMAID, and also a good GIRL to wash and iron. Apply at No. 500, corner eth s'reet and Peuusyl vania avenue. je iM-3t* Barbers and wig-makers wanted im mediately?wages &10 per week. Inquire at DEMONGEOl'S Hair Store, corner ofDauuloth streets. je 24-3t* WANTED?Tvfo or three UNFURNISHED ROOMS, for a small family, suitable for lit'isekeeping. Address "1*\ B. H.," Star Office, stating locality snd term". Je 21-3f \\ ANTED TO 111RK?A gooil German or Eng v v lish WOMAN to cook and asaiet in w&ahiug aud ironing for a *mall family. None but a first rate cook need apply. No. 41 Louisiana avenue, between 6th and 7th sts. je24 3t_ ffi<OA B0NU8 will be given for possession ofa ?i-U small UNFURNISHED RESIDENCE, in any respect&t*ie feection of this city or George ten DOLLARS REWARD will be given for an jr information that will s<cure the object. Please address Box 357 Waskui^Wn Post Office. je 24 3t? \VT ANTED?A small white liIRL to take care of ?v arhiid. Apply immediately at 379 F street e orth, bet we on Sth and 9th. JeZ^-lt* HOUSE WANTED?In a central location, with about Id or 12 rooms. Will boy lease aud fur niture. Apply to W. L. wall & Co., Auction and Commission Merchants, south corner Penn. ave pee and S>th street. * je >'2 WANTED-BODY 8ERYAN'T (colorcd) to wait e n a wounded officer. He must be active hq 1 experienced. Only those who can oring the bett of references need apply. iio; thwest corner of F ax-d l&th sts. je 21 iw PRACTICAL FARMER TO TAKE CHARGE c f and work a farm nine ofliles from Washing ton waxted. Al-o, a farm Laborer. The highest f rices v ill bo paia. References required. Apply o No. 43 Dunhartonstreet, Georgetown, D. (J. je 21-eoSt* % A'ANTED?1,000 LADIES to come and buy vv thesame number of Embroidered Yokes and Blteves, Bands Rnd Wrappers. We have reduced the price one fourth, ana now ofi?r them cheaper than ever. PRINOH, Je SI tf 381 1' et.. opposlte Patent Office. /in ?C0D GRANITE CUTTERS WANTED at the Chestnut Street Bridge. WagesfJ p-.'r "TlSKKSIh * . je a-Jw ' OontraoVwrs, 1'hOadelpbia. AUCTION 8AJLES. fii rtltr >?Tw 9tm flrn p+f . Tin* AFTlEimoil AWP tC'WORROff V GREEN A WILLIA^, Auctioneers. B FINE BCTLDINO LO* ON N WRMT. BE_ TWEEN 11TU AND 1?TH Bi R1ETS, AT AUCTION ,, ,, . _ On MONDAV. tae 27th at ?*?< o'clock we ?ba?l frell, ?n front of t r e of l?olA 3 Mid 4, in subdivision 17 feet 6 Ic.het cn N st d ee s Terms: half cash. balancc siT and twelve month", secured bp a deed of trust on the pteaivi. All cor. vrjarcing and revenue stamp# at the coit ? jeb2l F"***"" QRSF.N A WILLIAMS. Auets. <T t. e premises, part ot l*ot? ot Square No. 313. fronting tifet, running back 100 feet BT J. C. HcUClRB t CO., Auctioneers. on the premises, we shall sell, the Lease (which has four yean to run,) together with the improve ments. consistine of ft Brick Buildin* with atahles in the rear, UM-d m a horseshoeing establishment, with the Stock aid Tools, No. 340 ? street, be tween Twelfth and Thirteenth streets. The main building on E street Is 27 feet S inches by 35 feet, the lot K) feet by 86 feet? inches. The premises front in full view of Pennsylvania aventfe and are desirable tor any manufacturing business. As an investment it will pay ??11. proper mouth bels?r offered for it on a Lea?e; but aa t tie owner la abovt to leave the city he prefers to sail. Term a cash. je 21 d J. C. WcGUIBIA 00.. Aarti, J^Y W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers r, S. MARSHAL'S Sa?f OI li CANOES AND FLAT BOATS In virtue of an order of sale iuaed from the Clerk's Office of the Supreme Court of the District rf Columbia, holding a District Court, and to me directed. I will acll, at public sale for cash, at the foot of Sixth street wharf, on the Potomao river, on MONDAY, the 27 th day of June inst.,at&o'clk, P. XXI . y 13 Canoes and Flat boats, tackle, Ac., Ac. WARD H. LAMON.U. 8. Marshal, D. 0. je 21-dAds W. L. WALL A CO., Ancts. ? (Chrou.l DT GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. TWO VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS ON 30TH ^REET, BETWEEN NORTH M AND N 8TS., On MONDAY, the r7th iuatant, ftt?o'clk, p.m., we shall ?*u, in from of the premises. Lots 16 and 17, in sub-(;vi?<!on or Square No. 99. These Lots hare each a front of & fe?t 3 inches on 2f>th street. Terms : One half cash: balance in six and twelve months for noti* bearing interest. A dead given and a deed of truet taken. All conveyancing and stamps at the oostof the purchaser. $20 will be reqtnrec ?f each purchaser when the property is knocked on,?- ft will be pnt up a 'Ain and Rold to the nest bi?Wst bidder. JeSlecAda GREENfc WILLIAMS, Ancts. j?Y J. 0. MiGUIRE A CO , Auctioneers. COMMISSIONERS' SALE OF RSAL ESTATE. No. 1*3 Petitions Circait 0>urt< D. O. LARGE MANSION AND GROUNDS ON 14TH BTBEET, SUITABLE TOR A PUBLIC GAR DBN. In obedience ta an order of tha Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, (and at the request of a majority of the parties interested,) entered on the 2.id day of May, 1962, iu the matter of the petition of Peter C..Howie and others, h?lrB at law of Joanna Howie, deceased, the undersigned Commissioners in the ab^Te entitled cause will offer at publicsale, at 1 he premises, on MONDAY, the 27th day of Ju ne, 1864. at 6 o'clock p.m., the following described Real Estate. lying and being in the city of Wash ington, D. 0.: 1st. The whole of Square No. 232. fronting on 11th street west, and lying between C and D attests south. The entire square contains 113,913square feet. The improvements consist of a large, well built and substantial brick dwelIing-hou.se and out houses, suitable foT a first-class residence or place of public entertainment and summer resort, Burronndad by shade trees, and commanding a fine view of tbe Potomac aud Virginia shores It is within twelve minutes' walk of Willards' Hotel, and will Boon be connected with Pennsylvania av enue by the 14th street branch of the Washington and Georgetown railroad. 2d Part of Lot No l.in Square 267. fronting on Maryland avenue, and lying between ISJi and 14th stieets, containing S 2S1 square feet, and having on t a double two-story frame dwelling house. Terms of Bala: One-third in cash on the day of sale: the purchaser or purchasers to execute hia bond* for the residue iu the name of the respective heirs, payable with interest at the legal rate at six and twelve months after date; the title to be with held till the payment of all the purchase money. All wuvennc^atthe^^e purchaser. HENRY A. CLARK, CORNELIUS A. DOUGHERTY, JOHN G. ROBINSON. Commissioners. _je 14-d J. 0. MoQUIRB A PP., Ancts. ??Y J. C. Mt_GUlRE Ac, CO., Auctioneers. SUPERIOR ROSEWOOD^ SEVEN-OCTAVE PI ANO FORTE, FURNITURE AND HOUSE HOLD EFFECTS, AT PUBLIC SALE. ? On TUESDAY MORNING,.Tune M, at 10 o'clock, at the residence of a gentleman declining house keeping. No. 23 Pennsylvania avenue, (south side, between the Circle and Georgetown.) we shall sell all the furniture and effects, comprising: Superior Rosewood Seven-OctaTe Plannforta Mnfaugany Hair Spring-seat Sofa aud Parlor Chairs Marble-top and other Tables Cane and Wood-seat Chairs. Lounge Mahogany Card, DiuiDg, and other Tablv.< French Mantel aud Marine Clocks Window Curtains and Shades, Vases, Brussels snd Ingrain Carpets, Ruf,-s Oil Cloth and Matting Marble-top Bureau- and Waslistands . Bedsteads, Mattresses Feether Beds, Bolsters and Pillows Looking Glasses, Toilet Sets Silver-Plated Castors, 8poons and Fork*! China, Glass, and Crockery Ware Cooking, and other 8toves Together with a general assortment ot Kitchen requisites. Terms cash. je 25-2t JAS. O. McGUTRE A Co.. Auct-\ B Y J. C. McGUIRE& CO., Auctioneers. COMMISSIONERS' SALE OF REAL ESTATE. No. 172. Petitions m the Circuit Court, P. C. VALUABLE BUSINESS LOT ON PENNSYLVA NIA AVENUE, AND BRICK TAVERN AT LONG BRIDGE In compliance with an order ofthe Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, (and at the request of airainrityof the parties interested,) entered on tbe 19th day of February, ls5J, in the matter ofthe petition of Peter C. Howie and others, heirs at law cf Parke G. Howie, deceased, the undersigned. Commissioners in tbe auOTe entitled cause, will oiler at public sale,on the premises.on TUESDAY, June igth, commencing with the first named at 6 o'clock P. M., the following described real estate, being and lying in the city of Washington. D. C. 1st. Lot No 32, in square A, fronting on the south side of Pennsylvania avenne, n-ar 3d street, ad joining McDermott's Coach Factory, and contain ing square feet. 2d. Lot No. 4, in eqnare No. 267, situated at the corner of 14th street and Maryland avenue, at the foot ofthe Potomac Bridge^ containi 'g 5j93S square feet. Uponthislot there is a lar^e Brick Dwell ing Hi use,suitable for tavern.and other improve ments. Terms of sale: One-third in cash on the day of Bale, and tbe purchaser to give bonda for the resi due in the name of the respective heirs, payable, with interest at the legal rate, at six ana twelve months after date, the title to be withheld till the payment of all the purchase money. AU convevances at the coat of the purchaser. JOHN HENDERSON, HENRY A. CLARB, CORNELIUS A. DOUGHERTY, JOHN G. R0B1N8'>N, Commissioners. Je.13 d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. B V J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY AT TIIE CORNER OF MARYLAND AVENUE AND TT\EL*TH STREET WEST. On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, at 6'i o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell the whole of Square No. 326, (on the Island.) subdivided into good Building Lots, fronting respectively ou Eleventh and Twelfth streets west and Maryland avenue, all run ning back tofilleys. This comprises some of the choicest building sitee iu that section of the city, and the sale is worthy the attention of persons who wish Cue building sites. Title indisputable. Terms: One-third cp.sh;ibe remainder in ?ixand twelve months, with interest, secured b> a deed of trust on tbe premises. All conveyanct-B nnd stamps at th-* cost ef the purchaser. A payment of ?-.0 on each lot will be required at the time ol sale. Je 24-d J. C. McOTIRE A CO., Auct?. B MAYOR'S OFFICE. June 23,1*>1. Y VIRTUE OF AN ACT OF TUTT CITYCOUN cils and in accordance therewith. I saail offer for sale, for cash, to the highest bidder, on Thursday, the 29th in-taut, in front ofthe City Hall, at the hour of 12M., the exclusive right and privilege of ufeing the neveial Corporation Scalcs'uuti- the Int day of Julv, Ihii for the purpose of tve.ghing Hay, Straw, Fodder. Oats in the g:raw, and Live Stock, situatefl at the following p ates: .No. 1. K street north, at it3 intersection with Vermont aveiue and 15th street west. Wo. 2. Louisiana avenue, between 9ih and lutu streets west. ? * . . .. . No. 3. In fro at of Northern Market, at intersec tion of New York avenue and K street north. No. i. Ctrnerof Sfaryland avenue and 3d street No 5 la front cfAnacoit'a Engine House. Noic! In the vicinity of the depot of the Balti more and Ohio Railroad. No.". At the foot ofllth street west on the Po tCNofff.! AUhe foot ot 3d street easton the Eastern ^Th* following is the tariff of rates which the j rarchaBers are entitled to receive: For every load of hay, straw, fodder, oats in the straw, weighing one thousand pounds or less, Jo cents; over one thousand pounds, 5" cen'.s; and for each and every bundle, bale, or package of the same, 10 cents: for weighing live stock, two cents for every hundred P Parties purchasing vrill be re?uired to comply with all tne provisions of tha act approved *Ut Ftbruary, 1863, entitled "An act to establish pub lic hay scales and for other purposes." je 2? dt29 RICHARD WALI.ACH. Mayer. youn;; MULES FOR BALE.?Two very large, MULES, kind in any harness. ALFRED J0NE8, Fee^ Dealer, 136 K st., between 31st and KM, or *e 18 6t* 4S1 Centc-r Market. Bnotiob. . H. STINEMF.VZ Deeiregto inforir. his cus tomers that he will continue hia busin^Ks at the old stand, No. C38 Pa. avenue until hia nev store eovr in course cf. rec<lorf. njxt door to cor ner lith street, wl?l be oovaiated. h, li, fcWN444X7-. Il*iU.r, ' AUCTION BAJifiSL PVTl'RB DiYti B T J. 0. McGUIBB ft 00.. iotttcMin TBUBTBSV SALB OF THBBB STORY BRH DWELLING H0G8B AND I-OT ON V IMTft f ItXiT.BJtWSSJiOAND P8TBRET8NOB1 On TUESDAY AFTBBNOON. June ?, at ft o'?l on the premises. by virtue of a deed t>f trust dat September *Sd. 1*1, and duly reformed in LI bar C T. No. sand folios 1, *t ee*., aad oftba lai? RxvorOa 0f Washington county.D. 0.. I ?hail art], Lot No. tin Crittenden's tub division of Sonera W8? V> feet on Ninth etreet west. between 0 and P streets north, running bask 94 feet4 ie^M toa pt?Mc aRey and improved by a three stary Brlek Dwell!** Bouse containing two basemea? ' room*, aaloen varior, wide ball, and three cham bers, witbMtjooaabad, Ac., tn the rear. Cosvejancesat cott of tbe avrehaMr. - TBL RB, Trui^ea' ja.6 dts J 0. ?oOOIBb & pfr . am0 |JYWM.B. LEWIS A 00.. AucUonMrt. " GREAT BA1.E8 OF BAR* AND VALUABLE BOORS. AUTOGRAPHS, BNGRAVINOI, PAINTINGS, ft o . Ac , AT AUOTlON. WEDNESDAY BV,BNING. June 1?, at 7* ?'???, at Hr. A. Hunter's Books, over tbe Bankcf Wash ington, we shall eell, nil of Mr Hnnter'a stoek. o< Rare and Valuable Books. Magasinea. Law State Papers. Exploring Expeditions Crimean Re eorU. Annuel Debates of Congress, Dictionaries, Ml?r<il laieous. Belie ion** fto , with Coins. OurioslWee. Autographs. Kara Piaster Rests. Paintings, amoag which ? valuable Pietan of Jupiter, ftc.. by Por. reggio. Also. Secretaries, Boo* Cases, Bhelvtef, *8^1e*"wilV be continued TUESDAY ani WBB NESDAY BVBN1NGS, until all are sold,at thg roon>s must be vacated at an enrly day - Catalogues of ro lota ready three day? be/en each aale. Books can be seen at any time, je.9-tf [Cbron | W . B. LEWIB ft 00.. Aucta |yr J AS. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers, LOT OF BLACKSMITH TOOLS AND STOCK AX AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY MORNING, June ?th, at W o'cloek.at the shop of Mr. John Muntz.on iMhSt.. between Pennsylvania at enue and I street bull h. we shall sell a complete assortment of Blacksmith's Tools. Lot pfStoek, among which is aboot T' Shoes. Tenia cash. j??4-d (Bep) J. C. McOUTRE k CO.. Aucts. JJY GREBN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. TWOUANDiOMF. BUILDING I-OTS IN AOUARB *4*. FRONTING ON FirTH AND SIXTH 8T8. KA8T. BETWEEN SOLTH A AND B 8TBRBTS. On WEDNESDAY, 19th instant, we shall sell ia front of the premises, at 6S o'clock r m., half Lot 13 and 1' feet of Lotfi. in Square SC. One of these lots fronts 2H feet 5 Inches oinjth, and ths other 17 feet two third inch on 5th afreet east, be tween south A and B streets. A haniKom* loca tion, and under substantial fence, .Title good. Terms cash. All conveyance, includine reven-ae stamp* at T,tjiir"''"''Wr.S * Wll.l.IAM,toeu TOY J AS. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneer*. TRUSTEE'S SALE 0F"nInB BUILDING- LOTS ON 1ST STBBBT WEST AT THB CORN BR OP SOUTH D BTREET. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Jul/ Ttth, at 6Ji o'clock, on the premises, by virtue or t deed of trust, dated Hay 7th. 1857, and luly recorded la Libet J A. 8., No. 133. folios 22 at seq.. we shall sell all of Lot No. 6 in 8*uare No. 636, fronting us feet on First street west, at tbe corner of si nth D street, and running bae,k to feet, subdivided Into ? lots 15x80 and one Lot 20x30. Terms cash. Conveyance# fctthG cost of tn? pnrchM?6r4 A cash payment of 120 on each lot will t e required at the tims of sale. HORATIO N. GILBERT. Trustaa. Je 22-d J C McGUIBE ft CO. Aucts. |^Y J. oT McUUlBli ft CO., Auetiontejs. KXTBN8IYB IALE OP FINE BUILDINOILGTS FBONT1NG 7TU AND 6TU ST BE ITS WK3T, AND RI10DB ISLAND AVESUB AND 8 On^?**NB8DAY' Juno 29th, we shall s?ll, ia front of the premises, at 9 O'cloelr, p m., ptrt of Square No. 442, subdivided into handsome B<iild fng Lots running to alleys. This property Is situ ated only one square from the Railroad Depot, o* 7th street, in a thriving and fast improving parlof the city. Terms: One fonrtb cash; balance in 6. II, It, and 21 months, for notes, bearing interest fron date. . A deed given tree of cost, aad deed of trust, at cost of the purchaser, tiken. Title el?ar Plats of the Square may be seen at the A actio a Booms. ? jea-d tRepl J. C. McGUIRE &^0? Aucts. J>Y J AS? C. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers. EXCELLENT FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD ) EFFECTS AT PI BLIC 8ALB. On WEDNESDAY M0RN1N(>, June 29th, at 1? o'cloek, at the resMence of Natban RiCe, Esq.. Ro. 40*> F street, between ftth and 7th, we shall sell tbt Furniturenml EITectH, compri*ing? Excellent Parlor Suite Sofas, Arm and Side Chairs, I Ottomans and Foot-stool? to match, i Hair cloth f*ofas and Chairs. j Marble top and Fancy Tables, i 'What-notuCane-seat and other Chairs, Lounge, ! Quartette Tablee, Rockers, i Paintings, Bngravingi, Ya^s, and Mattel Onav ments. Brussels, Ingrain, and other Carpet^, Oil Cloth, Matting, Rug?, DiDisr Table, Refrigerator. Sideboard, China. Glass, and Crockery War*, Silver-plated Castors. Waiters, Table Cutlery Bedsteads, Bureaus. Wardrobes, Wa.-bstands. Toilet Sets, Looking Gia-ses, Excellent Hair and Ilusk Mattresses, Feather Beds. Bolsters, and Pillows, Blankets. Comforts, Spreads, Bed and Table Linen, Towels, ?<*.. Cooking snd other 8toves, Together with the usual assortment of Kitchen requisites. Terms CAi^h Je23-5t JAMES C. McGUIRE ft CO., Anct*. J?Y J. C. MaGUIRE ft CO.. Auctioneers. By direction of the Vestry of St. John's Parish, we shall sell, on THl'R8DAY, June 30. at7 o'clock, on the premises, all that part of Lot No. 8. in Square No. 200.frontin s 2S feet S:i inches on the east side of 16th street west, betv een H and I street* north, and runuing back flrt f<*?t. .... This lot is situated in the immediate vicinity of President's Square, and i-i considered a desirabla buildinsr site. , .... Terms : One-third in cash; tlie remainder in .six end twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances at the cost m thepurchaser. Je23-7t J. C McGUIRE ft CO ? AucM. J^Y W. L. WALL ft CO., Auctioneers. VALUABLE IMPROVRD~PROT>ERTY ON PENN SYLVANIA AVENUE AND THE CIRCLE AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOOV. 20th infant, at 5 o'clock, we will sell, in front of tke preinisos. Lot No. ?subdivision of Square 27, fronting 24 feet on the south side of Penn. nrenue and run ning back to K street, between 24th and 25th sU., near the Circle, and iniprov. d by a two-story avd basement Brick Dwelling, furnished with gas and water, and iu good repair. Possession given im mediately. Terms One half in cash; the remainder in ? and 12 moHtbs. secured by deed of trust on tha premises, and beuriiJg interest, je 23-d W. L. W ALL ft CO., Aucts. jgY JTC. McGl'IBBft CO., Auctioneerg. BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOT ON MASSACHU SETTS AVENUE,BETWEEN 10TH AND 11TH STREETS WB?T, AT PUBLIC SALE. On WEDNESDAY APTEBNOON. June 29. at 6V, o'clock, on the premise*, we shall sell Lot No. 16, in Subdivision No. Si2, fronting 25 feet 1 inch oa the sonth Eide of Massachusetts avenue, betwoen 1' th and llth streets a est, and running back at feet 4 inches. This is a choice bnllding lot, fronting on a Una avenue, with a public reservation in front, in & healthy ana beautiful rart of the city for a resi dence, and possesses the sdvautage of Hne paved alleys in tbe rear and the entire depth of the lot on the east side. . . . . Terms- one-half ca?h, the remainder In sir an* twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed on the premises. , Conveyances at the eost^pb? JnJCn!^er!* je 23-6t J. Q. McGl IRk ft CO.. Ad?ti. OY JAMES C. McGUIRE ft CJ., Auctioneers DESIRABLE ISfPROVED AND UXIMPEOVBD TROPERTY AT THE CORNER OF 161H AND K STREETS. On THLR8DAY AFTERNOON, June 3*, at aix and-a-balio'clock p. in., on tba premises, w?abaU Bell Lot No. 16 and part of 11'in Square No. Id6, subdivided into four parts One oftba lots front iug *2 feet S3-* inches on lti*h atreet. uear R.an l improved by a substantial two story Brick Dwell irg House, with back building, stabling, fto.; another, adjoining the above on the south ai4e, with a front of 2u feet 2 inches, on which is stabling and other outbuildings ; another Lot on the uortlt eide of tlie house, havln? a front of 20 feet } inch, and a lot at the corner of K and 10th street, hav ing a front of 51 feet 2 inches on 10th street,all rnrulng back 106 feet 6 Inches to a IS foot alley. This valuable property is situated on tbe second square north of Laiayc-t*e Square, and in a very fine location for private reMdeoces. Toruis: One-third cash; the remainder iuaif an<f twelvemonths, with interest, secured by deed of trust on the premises. Convey ances at the cost of the purchaser, je 23-d JAS.C. McGUIRE ft. CO , Auct's. DI W. L. WALL ft CO.. Auctioneers. TRUSTEE S SALE OF~VALUABLE PROPERTY. By virtue of a decree passed in Chsncery cause No. 62, Supreme Court at the District of Coluny>U, I fhall offer for sa e at public auction, to the high est bidder, on W EDNESDAY, the 23d day ?>C Jun*. WA,at 6 o'clock p. m..all ofLoUnumbered elaveo. (11.>twelve(12)and tblrte" "?>?" 1>ered nine liundieA and being in tbe city of Wafcbi Columbia, fronting on n 1' th and 11th streets cd-'t. on the premises. AllconveyVnoiBg at the jost of the purclia^r P1Uron'd?s'ult of any purchaser or purchaaers *<> eoniniv with the terms of b%i?. the property will be -es'old at the expense of the <5'faulting purcha ser unon giving three days' further notiee. eer.t-rong g ^Mr?L f, puiLLTPB, Truste*. my 17-dts Wa lis WALL & 00?? Aucti* Till : 1 c"?" }9!M T BNTB! 11 F T P T1MT8 SuJUr's T*0Vmj4ea^ Makers-. VMABV ? *v fe3HlHhetee??.