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LOCAL NEWS.
AMUBIMIHTS TO-NIGHT
Chuistt's Minstels.?This is the isst we?k
of this popular troupe, each member of woicn
is a star in himself. George Christy, J. w.
itaynor, and all tht. members of the company
?will appear again to-night, and will open a
new budget of fun.
tiivruBUBT.?The sweet songs of Agnes
Sutherland, the "Scottish nightingale," and
the popular ballads of Sallie Sunderland, are
among the most pleasing parts of the entertain
ments now to be enjoyed at Canterbury. There
is also much amusement to beenjoyed by reason
of the funny performances of the crowd of
.Ethiopians and comedians.
Vabiwim ?The Varieties company is still
performing the "Six Degrees of crime," and
very effectively. Harry U. Andrews and Let
tie Chandler both assnme prominent parts.
Hob Hall, John Thompson, Harry Francis,
Fannie May and others, appear in a fine con
cert hall bill
Pio-Nio.?At 7th street Park this afternoon
and evening, the Shamrock Club will give an
.ifternoon and evening pic-nic. The Marine
.Band will be in attendance, and furnish music
lor the dance.
Grand Larceny.?Last night, Officer Watts,
upon information received from Baptist Po
drlat, arrested Mrs. Fanny Morris for the lar
ceny of a gold watch and part of a chain, six
silver tablespoons, six silver forks, six silver
teaspoons, one silver soup dipper, a plated
butter knife, over 86?? in money, four linen
shirts, a pair of window curtains, and one
blanket, the property of Baptist Podriat. The
woman has been living with the complainant
nineteen days, in a room of a housS on C, be
tween 11th and 12tb streets, and had access to
all these articles. The watch was recovered
She stated that she had been living with him
four weeks as his wife; he promised to marry
her, but did not, and she determined to go to
New York. She got her ticket, packed her
trunk, and pnt in it the silver and four shirts.
The trunk she left at the depot. She declares
that Podriat gave her these things: knew they
?were in the trunk, and paid for her ticket to
New York. She has three children living in
New York, and was going after them to briug
them to Washington. Justice Clayton sent
her to jail for court. She is a good looking
-Woman, of forty years of age, and says she ha3
only been in Washington since May last.
Nelly Gray, a colored girl, was arrested for
the larceny of clothes from Madame Augusta,
colored, last January. She had not since been
seen by the complainant until last nigbt. She
"Was bent to jail for court by Justice Clayton.
Police Reports?First Precinct.?Joseph
Berkley, assault and battery; for hearing.
Second Precinct.?M Brennan, Owen Cane,
drunk and disorderly: military. Jno. J. Skin
ner, disorderly: S3.
Third Precinct? Mary Mullen, disorderly;
dismissed. Bar.iey John; on, Arthur Young,
do.; 85.44 each. Robert Rhoden, do.; 8:2.44.
Oeo. McAtee, bathing; dismissed. M. Uppen
heimer. lighting; do. John Gillan, do.; 82.44.
John Henry, Wm. Moore, M. Maroney, Brid
get Riley, drunk; dismissed. Hester Chase,
do ; workhouse.
Fourth Precinct.?W. Thompson, assault and
battery; bail for P'-ace. Mary A. Green, do.;
bail for court. Ann Hagerty, Marg't Wise,
Frances Penny, disorderly; dismissed. Ellen
Steward, Mary E. Wise, do.; 82 each. Henry
Charlton, do.; workhouse. Columbus Warren,
John Lacev, do : ?3 each. Maria Moore, do.
and drunk; workhouse. G. T. Conahay, Jas.
Park; vagrancy: dismissed. M. Higgins, do.;
workhouse. Caroline Denham, prostitute; 82.
Sigth Precinct ? F. Dorsey, drunk; SI. B.
Vandoren, disorderly; 85.71. Isaiah Gray, as
sault; dismissed. C. P. Smith, do.; do. John
Cook, drunk: 8V 53. Fred'k Martin, assault
and battery with intent to kill- bail lor court.
P. Adler,drunk: 81.68. James Loving, threats;
dismissed.
Tenth I'recinct.?H. Harrison, disorderly; 81.
"Wm. Battis. do : dismissed. Frances Brown,
larceny; do. Catharine Kane and Jennie
Courtney, enticing prostitution; 85 each. Lucy
A. Hepburn, profanity, 85. Laura Netto, do.;
Sale or Real Estate.?Messrs. J. C. Me
Quire & Co., yesterday alternoon, sold the
beautiful country seat known as "Clifton."
This property is situated on the heights of
Georgetown, and was the residence of Colonel
Xllet. It contains about forty-flye acres of
land, highly improved, with choice fruit and
ornamental trees, dwelling house, ten rooms,
overseer's cottago, detached, barn, stables, car
riage house, outbuildings, and altogether one
of the most splendid residences in the District
Of Columbia. There was a large company
present, and Joseph F. Brown, Esq., of this
city, was the purchaser at 81s,<?00.
.*.
Heat.?Yesterday morning, about if ^o'clock,
one of the horses "attached to Car No. 6 fell
down in lront of Scrivener's Hall, near Capi
tol Hill, overcome by the heat, and in a few
moments thereafter made his entree into' horse
heaven."
The horses attached to Car No. 4G also
yielded to the pressure, about the same hour,
and laid them down to di?. The car was taken
from the track, and the horses dragged to the
nearest shade, where, after a persistent course
of treatment, they were persuaded to resume
the burden of lile for a season longer.
Dbowhid.?A colored boy, whose name we
did not learn, employed as a cook on board the
mortar schooner, lying off this city, was
drowned on Sunday afternoon. He was bath
ing at the time, and although not able to swim
?was plunging overboard from a scow moared
along side the schooner, depending upon a
dangling rope to haul himself up again. He
finally tailed in an effort to seize tbe rope, was
swept under the scow, and has not since been
seen. He was repeatedly cautioned against
bis reckli ss proceeding, bat persisted with the
Above latal result.?Alexandria Journal, 16i/?.
A Fioht in a Tomato Patch.?Monday
afternoon, Michael Burns, a gardener residing
on 10th street, who is a remarkably quiet man
-When sober, got on a spree and kicked up a
rumpus with his family. Officer Harbin went
in and attempted to arrest him when Burns as
saulted him. and they had a rough and tumble
.fight in the bouse which was afterwards trans
ferred to the garden where the two tusseled
and tumbled for some time among the tomatoes
and at last the officer succeeded in getting him
to the station where Justice Call fined him 85.
Warning to Bounty-Jumpers.?Monday,
Thos. Fisher, Dame! Mooney and Geo. Scotr,
unassignt-d substi utee, and Chas. Fagan, of
the i^th Pa. vols., attempted to desert by
swimming tbe river above tbe aqueduct, but
vere picked up by the patrol and carried to
Forrest Hall, to be disposed of by Assistant
provost Marshal Little. Desertion by profes
sional bounty-jumpers will be less frequent
than heretofore, as the patrols pay especial at
tention to them, and watch the river closely.
Second Ward Station Cases?Adolph
Robetk, fraud: dismissed. Lucy Stanhope,
larcei.y; do. John Cook, drunk: do. George
Johnson, sleeping in street; do. Cbas.Moran,
disorderly; do. Lucy Larkins, grand larceny;
lor hearing. Nelly Gray, larceny; ? Julia
Hawkins, street walking; 82. R.J. Johnson,
-Violating city ordinance; 83. Mrs. Norris,
(rand larceny; jail for court.
Port of Georgetown.?Cleared?schoon
ers L. J. Dunham, Crelgbton, Baltimore; J.
Uickson, Creigbton, Havre-de-Grace; A. Ham
ilton, Hayden, Baltimore; M. Spicer, Cotney,
St. Mary's; J. J. Dixon, Barnes, Accomac ;
Cuba, Barnes, do.; Wild Pleeon, Travers,
Js'antiroke. SI oops Reindeer, Covington, do.;
J. T. T. Francis, Po-ter, do. Schooner Susan
IFmlly, Carew, Deal's Island.
We bee that quite a number of our citi
fe-ns, with their families, are returning from
the sea shore. They did well to escape the In
tense heat of the past few weeks. Special
mention is made by those from Atlantic City,
of the "Surf Hou.->e," (Mr. Benson,) where
they enjoyed witnont stint every luxury and
creature comfort. The bathing and fishing
was never better.
The Public Schools.?We understand there
are now more applications for places in the
schools than was ever before known at this
season of the year. A vast amount of labor
^rlll have to be doue by the trustees, In the way
of obtaining additional rooms and teachers.
Feed. Douglass.?This celebrated colored
orator will deliver a lecture to-morrow night,
at the Fifteenth-street Presbyterian Church.
His lecture will be for the benefit of sick and
5nnded colored soldiers.
We call attention to the advertisement ot a
loet daguerreotype breastpin In the Lost and
Fonnd column. *
BPKOIAL. NOTICES
Coaas. 3auions, 1 arrowing Mails,etc. Persona
Wishing imm?,di&te relief from these troublesome
Aunotaaces, should call at Dr. White a rooms. No.
424 Peon'a a*., bet. 4S and 6th sta. an 17-tf
flora Told a Flattbbixg Tali, but never even
anticipated so diviae a preparation for the toilet,
si that delightful preparation, ?'Soaodent.' So
cool and refreshing y agreeable to the month and
teeth, hardens and invigorates the sums; ?i*es a
sure and healthy tone to the breath; el-asses,
beaat*ti?a and preserves the teeth, and arrests de
cay. gold by braggists. aa 16 3t
TlEOmSASSS* AED bbbtHaie Drs IE tee Woeld
sartiiS ssc sftissiV*"
??-l?
__ .. Oooom amd Colds
Ths sudden changes of our climate are sources
"?R.'aa'uaaa
?n(* them effectual for clearing
t?!?J!^en*2?en,n* ?oice. Soldiers should have
" they can be carried in the pocket and
ta?en as occasion requires. ir X3-lm,r
c . , Bkut Di 8 basis.
.J***1**?*** ' &ift i? the most certain, safe and
?nectual remedy?Indeed, the only vegetable rem
edy erer discovered. Cures in two to four days,
and recent cases in twenty-four hours Nomneral
no balsam, no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken.
It is the soldier's hope, and a friend to those who
do not want to be exposed. Male packages, #2;
female, k3.
Samaritan's Root and Herb Juices? Apositive and
fermanent care for Syphilis.Bcrofula,Ulcers,Sores
pots, Tetters, Ac. Price 01, or six bottles for 99
Bold by 8. 0. Ford. See advertisement. ml
BfiiKiToiiBoi oam bb Cdbbd.?Dr Band's 8m
clfic cures Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Im~
fotency, Loss of Power, ett., speedily and efeetuallv,
ts effects are truly magical. A trial of the 8pecifle
will convince the most skeptical of its merits.
Price 91 a box. Sold by b. 0. Ford, corner llth
street and Pa. avenue, Washiogton, and Henry
Cook, Alexandria. Ja6-lp
COLGATS'8 HONKT SOAP.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in sucji universal
demand, is made from the choicetfjfaaterials, is
mild and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scent
ed, and extremely beneficial in itaxciSon upon the
skin. For sale by all Druggista and Fancy Goods
Dealers. Ja25-eoly
A Niw PlRICMB rOB THD ttAUDXSBOHIXF.
Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereus."
Photon's "Night Blooding Cereus."
Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereus."
Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereus."
Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereus.'
Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereus."
Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereus."
? AS?0!* jxqnistte, delicate and fracrant perfume
distilled from the rara and beautiful flower from
which it takes its name.
Manufactured only by PhALOB A 80S, N. Y,
BBWARB OP COCBTBRFBITS.
As* ?oa Phalon's?Tabs *0 Othbb.
Je l5-3m Sold by druggists generally.
Do tod eelor your whiskers and moustache? If
so, use the "Japanese Hair 8tain." No hair dye
In the n?rld equal to it. Only one preparation.
It colocs a natural black or brown. Only 60 cents
* ? 8. C. Ford,
J*2 eoSm _ 290 Pa. avenue. Sole Agent
. Wamaptbd;0CdbbibSix Days.-Dr.Godfrey*
Antidote, an English Specific of sixty-five years'
?tanding, will cure Oonorrhaa in six days. No
change of diet required. Price fl per bottle. Bold
W vi "i0 ' c???r nth street and Pa. avenue,
Washington, and Henry Cook. Alexandria, jat-ly
Da. DcroBT's Bugar-coated Female Regulating
EI* ?re the eery best11? use. They operate speedily
and effetttvely, and being sugar-coated create no
nausea upon the most delicate stomach, A trial or
1 , w,i, prove their superiority over all
?i*?f^.rice #1 a box. Bold by 8.0. Ford, corner
ni?ir K P?.BTenue, Washington, and Henry
Cook. Alexandria la5-lp
,N"?T9,0b ??ilitt, Bimibal Wbakxbss. etc.,
c" *"!? b* ?n? who has really cured himself
and hundreds of others, and will tell you nothina
but the truth. Address, witn stamp, * ;
. Idwabd H, Tbavm,
' D4W,1t Lock Box. Boston, Mass,
.P1!**8*8 ?J THB Nkrvods, Srmiral, Urisait
and Pbxdal ST?TBMS-new and reliable treatment
?in Reports of the Howard Association?Sent by
mail in seiled letter envelopes, free of charge.
iimtiJ?-?8,m ll{i Houghton, Howard Asso
ciation, No. 3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia,
r>- Je30 3m
MARRIED,
In this city, on the 17th instant, by Rev. Jabez
mI|X'? M ^Din 1 of Charles county,
Md to Miss 9ARAII L.. daughter of William <>!
Parkhurst, Esq., of this city. *
tTamh Jf?RniRvibr??eTi^- Thrush. WIG
V*?u F*.OSBOBN to Miss ELLA A. STEWART,*
both of this city. * '
DIED,
On 16th inst., HELENA, aged 2 years, 3 months,
6 days, youngest child of Christopher and Ellen
Boyle.
Her funeral will take place from the residence
of her parents. Depot House 463 C street north,
at 3 p.m. to morrow. Friends of the family are
respectfully invited. 2t*
On the 17th inst.. JOHN FRANKLIN, only son
of George A. and Mary A. Sessford, aged 14 months
and 5 days.
His funeral will take place on to morrow (Thurs
day morning, at ten o'clock,from the residence of
bis parents, rso. 34 Ohio avenue. *
On the 16th inst,, EMMA, only daughter of 8usan
and the late John C. Forbes, aged lu months. *
?g0 CH0ICEJ3T0CK
456 INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. 496
4-6 PAPBP HANGINGS. 486
A select and varied t, ock of Gilt, Medium and
low-prleed PaperhangingB, Borders, 8Utues, Cen
T fell leces, ac.
? - ? WINDOW 8HADE8.
Buff, Green, Chocolate, Brown and Gilt Window
Tassels' Ac? Patterns; Shade Fixtures,
PICTURE CORD AND TA88EL8.
Bilk and Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, dif
ferent sizes and eolors, a beautiful assortment:
Picture Rings, Nails, Ac.
OVAL PICTURE FRAME8.
The largest assortment of Oval Frames in the
District, warranted to be gilded with gold leaf
also, a variety of Dark Wood Frames, with a va
ried stock of small-sited Oval and Carte de Visile
Frames.
ENGRAVINGS AND PAINTINGS
A few choice Engravings and Paintings always
in store.
Orders for Paperhanging and Window Shades
punctually attended to in city or county.
Terms cash fer goods or labor.
? J. MARKRITBR,
. _ .No. 486 Seventh street,
Jy 7-tgl* Eight Doors above Odd Fellows' Hall.
ggf) SEVENTH STREET. 369
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS,
FURNITURE. HOUSEFURNISIIING GOODS,
CUTLERY. PLATED CASTORS, 8POOX8. Ac.
Fifty pieces Ingrain, Rag and Hemp Carpets,
which we are offering at much less than present
prices, some as Ijw as 55 cents per yard.
In Furniture and Hou?efumisbing Goods we can
defy competition.
Our stock of Cutlery and Plated Ware we are of
fering at extraordinary bargains.
Persons in want of Housefurnishins Goods will
find it decidedly to their interest to give us a call,
as all of our stock was purchased previous to the
last advances, which enables us to offer greater in
ducements than any house in this city.
A discount of ten per cent, allowed on all bills
of *50 and upwards. HENRY BONTZ,
Successor to Bontz A Griffith,
15-10t 369 7th street, near I.
TSJJSPSV1?, WANT 0F A G00D COOKING
' at ?ur fltore *nd examine the
AKB1TER. E.H.4H.I GREGORY,
321 Penna. avenue.
Call and see the portable RANGES, MONITOR
and BELL. We will warrant them to bake well.
E. H. A H I. GREGORY,
321 Penna. avenue.
THE ABBITER COOK 8T0VE. The great fuel
V.fi', i_ 1. H. A H. I. GREGORY.
Hu Jo'lW
The stpbeme court of the district
"COLUMBIA, holding a District Courtof
kU" Lnited States for the said District.
? ai! itmay conrem, Kreetint:
?if*? ia!*1 '? k-re J ?,Teni that on the 2d day of Au
f ia schooner L. B. Cowperthwaite. tac
V furniture, Ac., were seis-<i for
Rt.ttJ (n?nL*he ?*^?nue LawB hy the Un'ted
C Ind ?!? ?? ?U8tom? at Georgetown, D.
ad in ?t lnn iame into thi" District for
^ 1>bbUed and pros
* this court in the name of the United
?'mVrZhUi f?' "*nd h*Te heen arrested
-j 4? the reasons in toe libel stated*
hLimS th'e cit^of wl h Untd for tr,al at th* 0itr
h?. nf sifu I Washington, on the first Mon
day of Beptemri?r next, when and where all ner
sons are warned to appear to show cause why C^n
iSV?ilm- B.?.MM8,,0l?k.
|7?IVE BEAUTIFUL
r CHIC&ERING a S0*8
T . , .. ? PIANOS.
Just received to-day. ?ll%
JOnN F. ELLIS, 306 Penn. avenue.
*" -t bet. 9th and loth sts.
Great Bri
JAY COOKE 4c CO.,
BANKERS.
HAYB THIS DAY,
BEMOYED
TO THEIB NEW OFFICB.
FIFTEENTH STREET. NEAR G,
OPPOSITE
UNITED 8TATE8 TBEA8UBY.
augj-tf ~~
F^ain W18-,The Knightage of Gr
Britljir" -?oaBe Commons. Peerage of Great
AlmTn.r of Great Britaru. BHttsh
Yea^BoMrODlK.Bio?v foF l8M- Th* States
jfi&i m' "X"
or Brltiat
FBaNCK taylobt
-SSSEISF
A quantity of COBELBB STRAwa #
Apply to tke Impirtw", 4WS fw .
WANTS.
WANTED?A WIT NUR8B for a child 3 twU
old. Apply immediately ftt No. 78 K street,
bet. Hth ftnd 26th sta." it*
ANTED ? Two white GIRLS, for general
housework; such ftft were in ft boarding
house preferred. ftu IT 8t*
WAN TED-An active COLORED MAN-on?un
customed to horses. Apply to THOS. HA
YBNNEB, 347 Cst. ftu 17 St"
\E7 ANTED? By ft respectable young girl, ft 8IT
" UATION as cook in ft small family, or to do
chamberwork. Apply ftt 364 H street, between
18th and 19th. It*
ANTED-.93,000 or $4,000 for one or two
years. A liberal interest will be allowed, and
first-class security given. Address W. A., Star
Office. au 17 4f*
WANTED?Furnished ROOM and BOARD for a
gentleman and wife, with a private family.
Address with terms. Box 1139, Poit Office, Wash
ington, D. C. an 17-3t*
WANTED?A small HOUSE, containing six
rooms, for a small^family, centrally located.
Rent moderate. Address Box 20 Star office.
au 17-8t*
WANTED?By a respectable young woman, a
SITUATION in a respectable family, as good
cook, washer and ironer. and to make herself gen
erftlly useful. Address Box No l.StarOffice. it*
COOK WANTED-A "white WOMAN, who un
derstands all kinds of cooking. American
Bouse, corner Penn. avenue and 7tn street.
au lf-4t*
\\TANTED? By a young man, a SITUATION as
** salesman in some wholesale or retail store.
He has nad some three years' experience in the
grocery business. Can furnish the bast of city
reference. Address "R. B. M.," Star Office.
au 17-2t* ?
WANTED?A good Restaurant COOK. To a
first class cook the best wages will be paid
and eonstantemployment given. None need apply
unhfti they understand the business. Apply at
HAMMACK'8 RESTAURANT,
_au l7-3t* corner 15th st.and Pa. av.
V17 ANTED? At the Government Hospital for
the Insane, one BAKER, a LAUNDRYMAN
and his wife, without children, and two women
C00K8.
There were found in one of the corn-fields of the
Institution this morning two MILCH COWS One
is a red buffalo cow with a slit in each ear. The
other is a roan and white-horned cow, with a slit
in the left ear only. The owner ?r owners will
please prove property, pay oharges and keeping,
and take them away. au 17-lw
ANTED?A WOMAN to do the general house
work of a small family. Apply 422 Massa
chusetts av., near 7th st. au l6-3t*
w
WANTED IMMEDIATELY-Twn good DRESS
MAKERS and one APPRENTICE, at 353 E
street, between 11th and 12th sts. au 16-2t*
WANTED?A good COOK,(German preferred.)
Good wages given. Apply at the Star Office.
au 16-3t*
WANTED TO RENT-A small HOUSE, not far
vv from the city cars. Address Mrs. W. J., City
Post Office, Washington, D. C. au 16-2t*
ANTED-A good JOURNEYMAN BARBER.
The best wages will be given. Apply 178
Bridge st.. Georgetown, D. C.
an 16 3t* B. EVANS.
WANTED-A WHITE GIRL to cook. Must
come well recommended. Apply at Union
Eating House. 443 8th street, between E and F,
opposite General Post OffiCfe. au 16-3t*
WANTED?Two YOUNG MSN, between the
age of 16 and 2", to attend a segar store.
None need ftpply unless they bring good recom
mendations. Address B. G.. at this office, au 16 3t
WANTED IN GEORGETOWN-Two WOMEN
white preferred, one to cook, wash andiron,
the other to nurse. Recommendations required.
None l>ut competent ones need apply. fc<>. 00
West st , Georgetown. au 16-3t*
SITUATION WAITED by a respectable
young girl as nurse and seamstress, or cham
bermaid and seamstress. Is willing to make her
self generally useful. Call for two days at C1IA8.
MCCARTHY'S, cor. of 18th and H sts. au 16-2t*
0R8E SHORES WANTED IMMEDIATELY.
Three good Horse shoers, ore Fireman, and
two Floormen. Best of wages given. Apply to
T. W. MURPHY, G street, bet.Ctn and 7th streets,
Washington, D. C. au 16 2t*
WAN TE DIMM EDIATELY-Two or three good
MILLINERS, such as are well acquainted
with trimming. None but No. 1 hands u^ed apply.
To such good wages and employment the whole
year round will be guarantied. Address F. O.,
Washington Post Office. au 16-3t*
WANTED?An industrious and enterprising
YOUNG MAN to act as ngent.?One having
small capital preferred. To a suitable man a good
opportunity will be offered. Inquire at No. 276
Penn'a av., two doors below Kirk wood House.
an 16-3t*
WANTED?On a farm, a FAMILY OF FOUR
PERS0N8?a man to make hi mself generally
useful on the farm; his wife to cook and assist in
the washing and ironing; one woman to do the
general housework, and the other girl to take care
of children and make herself generally useful,
weight milts from Washington.
ALSO?
A GARDENER and his WIFE,(withoutchildren
preferred) on the adjoining farm It is very de
sirable that the man should understand the care
and management of grapes. The woman will be
required to take care or poultry and cows, and
make herself otherwise useful.
Several other families could also find good homes
in the same neighborhood. Apply immediately
for further particulars to WALKER L. STAN
TON. 224 F st., Washington. D. 0. au 16-3t*
ANTED-A Colored House GIRL, at 500 K
street, between 2d and 3d streets. None need
apply without a good recommendation, an lS-3t*
WANTED?A YOUTH, of good address, in a
Book. Stationery and Periodical store Ap
ply in person to 85 High street, Georgetown, D.
C. au 15 3t*
W ANTED-A SUBSTITUTE for three years.
A very liberal pric? will be paid to an alien
or any other man not himself liable. Apply to
H. F. ROBINSON, No. 305 I Btreet, between 15?i
and 16th streets. au !5-3t*
WANTED?All young gentlemen desirous of
learning WRITING and BOOK KEEPING
thoroughly in three moritbs. to call ftt the CO
LUMBIA COMMERCIAL ACADEMY. corner of
7th and E streets. Instructions given at all hours.
Sixty lessons at 40 cents per lesson. aui3 9t*
WANTED?Ail who may have any work to do
in the Writing Department, such asthe writ
ing and reading of letters, copying, translating,
keeping accounts short-hand writing. Ac., Ac.,
to call at the Columbia Commercial Academy, at
any hour that may be convenient.. au 13 !U*
WANTED- 50.000 LADIE8 to call at
PRINCE'S STAMPING AND FLUTING
DEPOT, 381 F street, opposite Patent Office and
?et their
TAMPING,
FLUTING, AND
PINKING DONE.
We are the only persons in town who make the
business an exclusive one. Constantly receiving
and making up new patterns for Braid and SilK
Embroidery. New and elegant patterns received
weekly for Yokes, Bands. Pantaletts, Capes,
Shawls, Slippers, Pin Cushions, Ac. au 12-tf
ANTED TO RENT?A small COTTAGE, in
or within six miles of Washington, in a re
spectable neighborhood; furnished or unfurnished
Inqnire at Clothing Depot, H st. au 11-lw*
WANTED?A' YOUNG MAN in a Furniture
Store, one who is well acquainted with the
business preferred. Address Box 557, City Post
Office. au 10-Ct
TEACHER WANTED?who is capable to teach
the English branches?to teach from 1 to 4
o'clock p. m.. except Saturday and Sunday. Ap
ply at B. GU8D0RF, corner H and flth streets, be
tween 1 and 3 p. in. Good recommendation is re
quired. Parents or guardians who wish to send
their children to the German .Hebrew and English
School, 8tb street, between fl and I, *111 please
apply at S. KOHLBERG, corner 7th and H streets,
before the 1st of September next. au 3-eo2w*
^RTILLERY HORSES WANTED AT ONCE?"
Chibt Qcar*erma8t*b'3 Orrici, )
Washington Dbpot.S
Washington, July 29,1R64. \
HORSES suitable for artillery service will be
purchased at this depot, by the undersigned, in
open market, from date until September 1. 1864, in
lots of six to fifty, at one hundred and eighty dol
lars ,'|18<>) per tnimal; each animal to be subjected
to the usual Governmeut inspection before being
Accepted.
Horses to be delivered to. ftnd inspected by Capt.
C. H. Tompkins, A. Q. M., U. 8. A., corner 22d and
G streets, Washington, D. C.
D. H. RUOKEB,
Brigadier General, Chief Quartermaster,
ly29-gtd Depot of Washington.
w ANTE D?8B00ND HAND FURNITURE.
Ml Also. MIRRORS, CARPETS. BED8, BID
DING. and HOU8RFURNT8HINGGOOD8 of every
R. BUOHLY, 428 7th street,
between G and H.east side.
cript
18-tf
BOARDING.
F
OUR OR FIVE MECHANICS can obtain ROOM
and BOARD, by immeiiate application at 394
11th street, above K street. au 16 St*
TO LET?A few BOOMS, nicely furnished, with
board for gentlemen or gentleman and wife,
also excellent board for gentlemen at No. 6 4l* st.,
betreen 0 and Louisiana av. au 16-2w*
FpiRST CLASS BOABDING HOUSE FOR GEN
tlem?n. Day boarders taken; ftlso trancient
boarders accommodated. Apply at 183 G street,
bet. 19th and g th. au 18-6t?
BOARD, with large, ftiry ROOMS handsomely
furnished, for gentlemen or family Spacious
grounds attached. Alse, BOOM, furnished, on
Pennsylvania avenue to let. Apply cerner 21st
and H sts., south of P?. av. au ld-St*
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE (WITHOUT
children) can procure Boftrd with furnished
room in aprinate family, where there are no chil
dren or other boarders. Reference required
Apply ftt 403, Oth street, between H and I streets!
au IS-lw
J. 0. HOWARD'S
ILIVBBY/HIBING, HACK. EX
CHANGE A STAGE STABLES, *
O Street. Betxcun 6tk and 7th, North Sids.
The subscriber has constantly on hand a large
let of fine BOB8B8, BUGGIES, fcc? Ac., which ne
will hire, sell or exchange
The office of the Marlboro 'and Washington stage
line !? at the above place.
Also, attached to the same place is a Sne BBS
TAUBANT. , ly 1?-I?
rBONTZ,
* Griffltl
r COSTI
1JH
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2f>
FOB RENT AND SALE.
OK RENT?SMALLHOUSE and FURNITUErf.
No. .128 Virginia avenue, between ?th and
7th it*. Apply it?i C at. south. >g 7-eo3t
17OR RENT?Three IURNISHBD ROOMS.atlit.
r 484 M -treet, betweeen 8th and 9th. Alio, a
BRICK HOUSE for rent, containing ux rooms.
an IT St- ______
APBR80N DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING
wishes to sell his entire P URN IT OR*- at
private sal*. Apply No. 164 F it., between 18th
and 19th sts. an 17 4t?
1^0 LARQ1 COMMUNICATING ROOMS may
1 be had by immediate applicationi at No. 274
B street, corner of .'id. AIpo. sm%l? LHAMniM
and front BASEMENT ROOM, suitable for ani of
fice. au 17 3t?
FOBBENT?ROOMSPfitted up for Officer, with
good light and well Tentilated. in the new
building just erected on **a. a^enue^No. it -/J?*
door from corner 15th street. Ensure at oTIrils
METZ'8 NEW HAT STORE, in same building.
au 17-lw
170R 8ALE.?$200 only, for good will and immt
r diate possession of a thoroughly furnished
BOARDING HOUSE, bavine 12 rooms; rent *90
per month. A full bouse of boarders now in tie
premises. Apply at once to MITCHELL ft SON.
Keal Estate Brokers, southeast corner l'a. ay. ana
15th st. ? . ,
N. B. Location unexcept ionable. Good Iar*e
yard and stable. aa " 3t _
FOR RENT?(To Gentlemen,) two PARLORS,
or a Chamber and Parlor connected, on the
first floor, elevated five feet above the sidewalk in
a healthy, pleasant, and central location, a few
yards east of Riggs' Bank and the State Depart
ment. 2d door from 15th street. No. 460 New jork
avenue. Also, a first class.DWELLING, contain
ing ten rooms, kitchen, attic, and a large cellar,
in the Fame location, and possession had on the
1st of October next. 17 tf
TO RENT?One or two unfurnished ROOMS, or
one second story Front Room, furnished?No.
427 N. 7th, above G st. au 16 3t*
FORSALE-The FURNITURE and GOOD WILL
of a House containing in rooms. Inquire on F
street, two doors from 4?4 street near Ar?enal
Gate.
FOR RENT?Three UNFURNISHED ROOM3,
suitable for housekeeping. Apply on the prem
ises at GRAY'S Drus Store. N. E. corner 4th itreet
and Mass .ji venue. au IS 3t*
T"0"LET?THREE ROOMS <fir*t floor) newly
papered. To a small family rent $ 18 per month
in advance. Apply at 120 East Capitol street,
au 16-2t*
FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH-A two-story
BRIOK H0U8E. on 1st street 3d house ab.>ve
L. Bain, Gas and Water. Call immediately. Wa
gon also. au 16 4t?
FOR-RENT?One BRICK HOUSK, six rooms,
very convenient, situated on P street, between
4th and 5th streets north. Apply to TH08 IIOL
LIDGK, corner 6th and P sts. north. References
required. au 16-2t*
Li^OR SALE?A three story and attic BRICK
r HOUSE and out-buildings. on North Capitol
Btreet, between B and C, No. 394. nearly opoosite
the Washington Railway, near the Depot House,
containing 10 rooms; a vacant lot adjoining; front
of 55 by *0. For further particulars inquire of
WALL, STEPHENS Jc CO., No. 322 Pennsylva
nia ST. *U
TO RENT?Part of an unfurnished HOUSE, No.
422 Thirteenth street. Apply on the prem
ises. an 15 3t?
I?OR SALE?Two HOUSES, containing 3 rooms
r each, on ground rent, corner 4th and L sts.
Apply at No. 343 10th street, between M and N
streets. aulfi-3t
1/URNISH ED ROOMS?Neatly furnished ROOMS
r with a private family within a faw minutes
walk of cars and departments. Apply 416 Cth st.,
between F and G. au 13-3t
OR SALE?On accommodating terms? BRICK
HOUSE, in one of the best locations in the
city, containing ten rooms, and basement forcoal,
&c.: eas thoughout the house, pumpof excellent
water in the yard. For further particulars, ad
dress Lock Box 55. Washington D Q. au l.'?-Stv
f"Torrent, and possession given im.mk
DIATELY?Two adtoining ROOMS, on first
floor. For business of any kind, particularly a
Produce Store, the location is unsurpassed. Would
make a goodioffice for recruiting purposes or cla m
agency. Inquire on the premises. 454 8th street,
between D street and Penn. avenue. au 15-3t'
^E^OFFER FOR SALE, at a gn?at bargain, a
small FARM, containing about 85 aTes, well
improved with new dwelling and all necessary ont
houses. This property lies about 4 miles from
Center Market, on the Benning's Bridge ro*.l
across Eastern Branch, is ma high and healthy
situation, with an abundance of wood. Terms
made known on application to
SWEENY & CO . Real Estate Brokers,
au 15-lm Corner 7th and O Rtreets.
OR~RENT?That desirable HOUSE, containing
<f7 rooms, situate on 8th street and Center
Market Space. Pa. a*., tenanted by the Messrs.
Joy. Apply to No. 37 Louisiana av. aniGthst.
au 13-lw* ?
BRIDGE STREET, GEORGETOWN-FUR
NISHED ROOMS for rent. au 11-1W
OH SALE?The three story BRICK HOUSE
and LOT. No. 561 9th street, (Island,) be
tween D and E streets. The house contains nine
rooms, and lias convenient out-buildings, &c.
Apply to W. D. WALLACH, at theStarOfflce.
au 11-tf
QOSLING HOUSK FOR SALE.
The Proprietor <3T this popular and well-known
Hotel and Restaurant intends to retire from busi
ness, and offers his well Known house for sale.
Any one wishing to engage in a LULKATI* a
BUSINESS can call on the Proprietor, 24 7 Penn
sylvania avenue, between 12th and 13th sts.
au 8-2W
I AND FOR BALE?Apply at the first house from
^ the Eastern Branch Bridge. au 6 1m
OR 8ALE?A most excellent FRAME DWEL
LING,(or Boarding House.) new and in perfect
condition, house 24 by 40, lot 30 by loo feet, fifteen
rooms and two good cellars. Immediate possession .
Situated on the north side of L street, between 22*1
and 23d streets. First Ward^ Price> ?3>'M).
Apply on the premises or to MITCHELL k SON,
Real Estate Brokers, southeast corner Pennsyl va
nia avenue and 15th street. aug3-14t
FURNI-HKD ROOMS FOR R*NT, at 450 12th
street, east side, between G and 11 its. The
situation is one of the most desirable in Wash
ington. au2-lm -
POR"RENT?One of the STORE ROOMS maer
Medical College on F street near 12th Inquire
0f Dr.J.E MOROAM,
an2-tf Corner Md.av.. and 12th st.. Island.
FOR SALE.?The subscriber wishes to sell a
FARM, containing about 2ff> acress, more or
less, distant about four miles from Washington,
D.C.. over the upper Eastern Branch bridge A
large body of the land is in good timber, and about
forty acres of superior meadow land. Title indis
putable. Address J. D., Box 384, Washington,
ft (j au 1-lm*
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE
V IN THE FIRST WARD.?The undersigned
will sell all or part of that valuable property upon
?which he resides, situated on the corner of 16th
and K streets, and within one-and-a-half blocks of
Lafayette Square, consisting of several handsome
BUILDING LOTB, one of them improved by a
substantial two-story Brick House and back build
ing. with good stabling, The above.P?pertv wUl
be Bold low for cash. Enquire of T. DRURY,
Wood Sc Coal dealer, near the War Department,or
on the premises. jy 3 '-lm
HOW CASES FOR SALE^-Just received eight
elegant COUNTER SHOW CASES by the best
makers in New York. Apply te P. J. !BELLEW fc,
Co., 510 7th Btreet, three doorsaouth of Odd Fel
lows' Hall. iy 23 tf
TO RENT?An elegant HOUSE, with brown
stene front, partially furnished, with all mod
ern improvement*, centrally and pleasantly lo
cated. No. 444 E street, near the residence of Sec
retary Chase, together with large brick stable.
The premises not to be rented for a boarding
house. For particulars inquire of Hon. D B.
SOMES on the premises, or Capt. GEORGE ELY,
No. 27 street. Possession given immediately.
1e 8-tf
EDUCATIONAL.
rpHE UNION FEMALE ACADEMY.?The fif
1 teenth annual session of this institution will
commei.ce on the 5th of September, 1864. Circu
lars obtained at the Academy, corner 14th street
and New York avenue. au 16 eo2m*
/^EORttETOWN ACADEMY.
U FOR YOUNG LADIES.
No. 128 Bridge st., between Congress and High sts.
The annual exercises of this Institution will com
mence on MONDAY, the 5th of September next.
Circulars can be had at Mr Crandell's Book
store, Georgetown, or Mr. Joyce's Bookstore,
Penn. avenue, near 20th street, Washington.
Rev. OLIVER COX. Principal.
(^""Car tickets will be supplied by the Principal
to pupils residing in Washington, at half price.
au 2-eolm*
MILITARY BOARDING SCHOOL-On Balti
more Railroad, 15 miles from Philadelphia.
Pupils have the benefits of a home; thorough
course in Mathematics, Languages, English, <!tc.
Number limited. Terms moderate. Received at
any time. Fine Library_and Apparatus. Address
Rev. J. HERVEY BARTON, A. | Village Greea
Seminary. Delaware county, P| jr 9.7**
MANURE
M A N U B M .
MANURE.
THI BUST IN THB
The undersiped, having contracted for all the
Manure at Gfesboro Point, D. 0 , are now pre
t low ra?te^f Te88el8 fre? ?? ?peMe
VESSELS WANTED.
Address ,No.330 E street, Washington, or to
GIE8BORO POINT MANURE W8AKF.
au 10-tf JOHN PETTIBOlfa k, 00.
WASHINGTON CITY SAVINGS BANS.
Ihc?bpo*atid March 8th, 1864.
EDWARD SIMMS, President and Treasurer
EDWARD CLARK,^ice President Md sV^rXr.
This Bank is now open for the receipt of deposits,
at the aenr Banking House, No. 06 LouiaianaaT
enue, under 8imm?' new building.
EDWARD CLARK, Secretary.
EDWARD OLAKK tt CO., BANKERS,
At the Savings Bank^No, #8 Louisiana avenue
EXOHANGE.GOLT) andbilver, and gen
eral BANKING BU*INi*8.
EDWARD 0L4EK,
Jr g-lm JOHN B. BLVAHS
|^OR ^ORATION101 washington STOCK for
V eale, in sums to rait, Mte _ . __
?^i?%X222!S&.u.
AUCTION SALES.
THIS AFTERNOON AND TO-MORROW
BT W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
8MALL BRICK HOUSE AND TWO BUILDING
-rayA* AUCTION
On THUR8DAT AFTERNOON, mh instant, at
60 clock, we will wU in front of the premises Lot
?i,\i ,?*** v> ?nI'n* ^ on 6th street west,
and running back between I and K streets south
*.%?. itV an<l i?'?r.0y5? b* * "mall Brick Hons.
As taU lot coDl^ini 4 430 *qQ%re fwt, one half will
UtSin&^f fti'p"reVU.hr,h"
ALSO,
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, 17th inst at
6o'clock, in front ?f the premises, we will sell Lot
3. subdivision of original Lot 8. Square 3*S, front
in* jo feet on Kith street weft, between R aud 8
streets north.
Terms: One-third cash; t^Unce in 6 and 1]
months, bearing interest, adn secured by deed of
trust on the premises.
All conveyaucing at the exp'nse of the purcha
ser.
aulS-d W. L. WALL A CO.. Aucts.
B
T J. 0. McGUIRE A 00., Auetioneers.
VALUABLE UNIMPROVED PROPERTY ON
NORTH G STREET, BETWEEN 21ST AND
3*2D STREETS WEST
On WEDNESDAY AFTBRXOON, August 17th,
at 6 o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell Lot No.
8, in Square No. 79. fronting 50 feet Sl4 inches on
the north side of north G street, between 21st and
22d streets west, to be sold together or divided into
two building lots, as mar be desired.
Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in six and
twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed of
trust on the premises.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur
chaser.
auH-eoAds J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts.
J^Y W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
M. K. WALS^ tc CO.'sTaWNBROKER'S SALE
OF UNBEDKEMED PL BOCKS AT AUCTION.
On THURSDAY MORNING August 13, com
mencing at 11 o'clock, we will sell the b*lan:e of
our large stock of unredeemed pledges, such as
Coats, Pantfi. Vests, Underclothing, Ac.; Gold and
Silver Watches, Bin*s. setts Jewelry, Revolvers.
Violins, Banjos, and a thousand lots of seasonable
Dry Goods, Ac.
Also?One very superior fireproof Jeweler's S*f?,
made by Sherwood A Fitzgerald, New York; Coun
ter Case, Side Case, Stove, Ac.
Also?A lot of titandarrt Books, all of which must
be sold to close the business T T . nn A .
au 16-2t ij WM, L. WALL A CO., Aucts.
1>Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers
FIVE IIEAD OF ESTRAY CATTLB AT AUC.
TION.
On THURSDAY,the 18th instant, at 10 o'clock
a m , we shall sell,on the premises, on the farm
called Allendale, three quarters of a mile from
Camp Barry?vii: Two Dry Cows and three Heif
ers, all beef cattle.
The above Cattle will be sold as estray, to the
highest bidder, to pay expenses fur keeping, ad
&GREKN <t WILLIAMS. Aact*.
B
Y WM. L. WALL A CO., Aucts.
i At the Horse Bazaar, 98 La. avenue.
SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, Ac., AT AUC
TION.
On THURSDAY MORNING. August 18. com
menciog at ten o'cl^ck^ w8 will Bell at our Bazaar
??d vVbobSb.
Full description at sale.
Also?
An assortment of Carriages, Top and No-top Rug
^ies, Sutler's Wagons, Rockaway3, German
towns, Harness, Ac.
8U 17 W. L. WALL A CO., Aucts.
|^Y JAS. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
l.->0 CAFES CLARET WINE AT AUCTION.
On 8ATURDAY MORNING, August 20. at 11
o'clock, at the Auction Rooms, we shall sell?
160 cases very superior Claret Wine.
au 17-d J C. McGUIRE A CO. Aucts.
B
Y WM. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
At the Horse Bazaar, 98 Louisiana at;.
SALE OF HORSES. CARRIAGES, HARNESS, Ac.
On SATURDAY MORNING, August2'>,comaten
ciug at ten o'clock, we wi'l sell, at the Bazaar and
Repository, No. 9?? Louisiana aveuue, betweenyth
and 10th streets, comprising about?
FIFTY HORSES,
Including
Some valuable Harness and Saddle Horses.
Full de.-cription at sal-*.
ALSO,
A large assortment of desirable Family Carriages,
Germantown Rockawavs, Top and No-Top
Buggies, Carriages suitable for Hacks, large
Wagons suitable for Sutler's Wagons, ExprenS
Wagons, Carts, Ac.
ALSO,
New and Second-Hand Double and Single Harness,
8addle? and Bridles, Ac.
au 17 W. L. WALL A CO.. Auots.
gY JAB. C. McGUIBE A CO.,Auctioneers.
BRICK RESTAURANT BUILDING AND LOT
ON K STREET, BETWEEN 1 9TII AND dOTil
STREETS, NEAR THE WEST MARKET.
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Au*. 24th, at
c;a o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell part of
Lot No. US, in Square No. 8*5. fronting 18 feet on
north K street, between 19th and9th streets west,
and running back 46 feet, improved by a two-story
Brick House, 18x37, containing four roojas, and
occupied as a restaurant.
Terms: Two-thirds of the purchase money in
cash, the remainder in ? and 12 months, with in
terest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost ot the pur
Ctaif n d JAMBS 0. MoGUIRE ACQ., Auctg.
DT J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE 0F~ VERY DESIRABLE
SLAUGHTER HOUSE PROPERTY.
Br virtue of a aeed of trust, dated December 18th,
A D.lSf-3, and auly recorded in Libel N. C. T.,
No. 22, folios 72, Ac., of the Land Rscerds or
Washington county, D. C., I will sill at public
auction, in front of the premises, at six o'clock P.
M., en WEDNESDAY", thejlst day of August A.
D.,18W. Lots Nos. 1, 2,3, and 4, in Square No.
658. fronting on Georgia avenue, between Half and
First streets west, in the city or Washington, to
gether with all the improvements, consisting of
Slaughter House. Ice House, Ac.
Terms of sale: One-third in cash; and the re
mainder in equal payments in ti nl 12 months,
with interest from day of sale, secuted by deed of
Terms to be complied within five days from day
of tale otherwise the Trustee reserves the right to
resell at the risk and cost of the tirst purchaser
after one week's notice.
Conveyancing, including stamp?, at the purcha
ser's expenee. Wm. H. WARD, Trustee.
aul7 ee&ds JAS. C. McGUIRE A Co.. Aucts.
J^Y JAS. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
HANDSOME AND NEARLY NEW DOUBLE
SEAT BUGGY WAGON.
On SATURDAY MORNING. August 20th, at 11
o'clock, in tront of the Auction rooms, we shall
cpl 1 u
HANDSOME.WELL BUILT AND NEARLY NEW
DOUBLE SEAT BDGGY WAGON.
Terms cash.
au 15-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts.
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DENTISTRY.
QREAL DISCOVERY IN DENTISTRY.
Tuth Extracted without Pvim with tht MuhriU tj
I would adyise all persons' bavins teeth to a
tract to call at Dr. LEWIE'S office,
and have them taken out by this newWE9K
and h armies* process. Also call and Hi! I f *"
examine the Doctor's new and im
poved method of Inserting Artificial A*
you once see the great improvement in his teeta
you will have them in no other style than this new
and valuable one. No. 342, Pa. avenue, between
lath and 13th streets.
do via B. B. LEWIE, M. P., Dentist.
MTE ETH . ?
. LOOM 18, M. P.. the Inventor and Patentee
of the MINERAL PLaItB TEBTH.at
tends personally at his office in tnis,
eity. Many persons can wear these'
teeth who cannot wear others, and no
person can wear others who oannet wear these.
Persons calling at my office cam be accommodated
with any style and price of Teeth they may desire,
but to those who are particular and wish the purest,
cleanest, strongest, and most perfeot denture thai
art can produce, the MINERAL PLATE will be
more fully warranted. _ .
Booms in this city-No 33S Pennsylvania ???no*
between 9th and 10th streets. Also, ttOT Arch st?
Philadelphia. mar4-ly
GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS
riRORGBTOWN CORPORATION STOCK.
Those persons who maybe disposed to pur
chase Georgetown Corporation Stock, which bears
an inttrest of six per cent, per annum, pa^bie
quarterly, can obtain some by applying to wm.
LAIRD, dlerh of said Corporation. le ?-dtSl
TOWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, by the
1 Potomac ToV Company's boats, Potomac,
?'Gov. Ourtin" and "Belle Have*." Apply to the
Captains on board, or to hn b DAVID80W,
my jj. Water street. Georgetown.
rjiENTS I TINTS!! gANDMD.
BUTLER'S TENTS, PLIES AND COVERS,
D of all sisea and descriptions,
on hand and made to o*1" 4. bon.,
Sail makers,
au8-2w* 638'! 1th gt., near Riley's Wharf.
Ifrlm*
OOOTB AND SHOBB^ guJT TIMKg
|We aJe now manufacturing all hinds of BOOTS
and SHOES, and oonstanly receiving a sup
ply of Eastern made work of every descnp- HI
iion. made expressly to order, and will be^HJ
sold at a much lower price than has been
heretofore charged in this city for much inferior
^Rthoi in want of BOOTS and SHOES of Eastern
or Oity made work, will always find a good assort
ssf "> ?to" -1 "ibRV?;f!f rsi&>TS'?*R^ *
an B-tf 314 Penn. avtnue.
rpBE ?BW TM|LKNEW3PAPER? PORWABD
I BD FROM NEW YORK. DAILY, at greatly
reduced prices.?^Terms, for one year, 'payable in
advance:) Por the Herald, ft, instead of IM;
Tribune, $7; Times, $?; World, *7; Daily N**"'
AUCTION 8ALB3.
gPTPRK PAT?7
gT JA?. 0. MoGOl?TJ 00.. ??tio.?r. ~
TWO SMALL FRAMB DWut Tvn nr>rra?.
? AND LOTS ON THB lSLANT) n0USKS
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON
6S o clock, on the premises. we ?ha',i i
&?- ????*? N? 2K<. fronting 48 feet on
t<S; 7 ? aD(* ^ ?ti**ta, and ruonin#\Jty
t-n^rnln&*<t0 ? ? '<><>*
an^t wl'i v.P?n" b?i/ in fM*l: th? remainder in air
deeV^tTn^Vr^^^"^' MCared b,#
the"pur0cte^TanS*8 "d 6UmpS t0 b# ?aid br
- *u 13 d J. 0. McOriRg ft CO.. Ancts.
J. 0. lloGUI&l & CO., Auctioneer*.
CnA??SRY 8ALK 0?~A VALUABLE HRTOR
R?T^vi?D,0T 0N "RKBT W18T
B^Tim5*NcN?W Y0RK AVENUE AND I *T
the DiRtHct?ofV17ret of th* Suprow* Court of
pawed in a certain *'i? neJn *?uitr. And
?*"~piainaut^Vi J*'*1'* A Roche
tendanig, I ?h?n J?rJSmith et al. are de
premi*eR,on TilloVkIi fro"tAof
next at 6 o'clock p a Jl d,4* of Au*art
parcel of ground situate,}? 1 c*.rt5'? P<?*Ce or
City of Washington, in tb/n& M b?,n* in tha
and designated na Lot Marked in/? i?/ Colnmbla,
in Robert J. Roche's robdivUioV* fl-tUr^ "L.''
numbered twelve (12 and thirteen , rfl1* ?o LoU
numbered two hundred and eight.' 8?u*r*
the improvements thereon con.Tstin. ^')wit,i
and substantial brick dwelling bouse ft n6,k*
This property fronts on 12th .trwt w?.t k
tween New York avenue and I street north i.
very desirable section of the citv ' n ?
ofTae?.riT8t?J sa.,Bi 0"?-h*lfca?h.to be paid on thedaw
?f ?ale, the balance in six months, the purchaser
jnving his note, satisfactorily endorsed, a j3b?ar!
in* interest from the day of sale.
All couveyancing and Government stamps at
the cost of the purchaser.
t+M^ILO. M?o7lRK *?
JJY JAB. 0. McGUIRB_ft 00., Auctioneer*.
^riivlwa^? LOTS ON SIXTFKVTn qtdvvv
gSS?uMi! "sB5f,Tii
81XTEENtH 8T R EKTS "FTKMTH AND
On FRIDA Y AFTERNOON. August 19th at f*
o clock, on the premises, we shtll nun
fronting each 17 feet 9V, inche- on lfith street b2'
north, and running^
l?t teet to a 10-foot alley. Alan. aix Lots fronti??
h f001altey in the rear, and running
of I Otl 1,1 J?el"-foot alley, being subdivision*
of Lots 13 and 14, in Square No. 197, belonging to
St. \ incent'8 Ornhan Asjlum. * * w
Subdivisions Nog 5. ?, 7 and 8. in Square No
tu^?nr"Ju ??* ??r la5 feet on ,6tl1 street, be
in"T8i7 ?irbuiidi"nVlote'treet,,t0 b? diTlde<1 iato
?n^1.l0-,v0tV,l ?,'2J :aaod24- in "ibdirision of
square No 1K3, fronting respectively on 16th st .
feKamtrtfiss?* ""M """?
Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in six
and twelve months.with interest .secured by a deed
of trust on the premises.
A payment of $2?i on each lot required at tha
time of sale. "
th?OpurcfhM?r?yanCing&ndStamp,t0be paid by
au 11 d ' J. 0. McOUIRB<fc 00 , Aucta
^Y J. C. McQUIRB Sc CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTBB'S 8ALE OF NINB BUILDING LOTH
?jftTn*jSfs,wTMT"""BwSatfa
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Angn-<t ?\ at 6?
o clock, on the premises, by virtue of a deed of
trust, dated May 7th, 1857, and duly recorded in
Il'iMi m ? I33- f^hos 22 et seq., we shall
sell all of Lot No 6, in Square No. 6M, fronting 140
feet on First street west, at the corner of south D
street, and ranning back 80 feet, subdivided into 8
Lots 18x80, and one Lot 20x80.
Terms ca*h.
Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser.
A cash payment of f2<) on each lot will be required
at the time of sale.
HORATIO N. GILBERT. Trustee.
IT27 d J. C. McGUIRB & CO., Aucta.
IJY J. C. MoGUIRR & CO., Auctioneers,
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED
AND UNIMPROVED PROFBRTT
Under and by virtue of a decree of the 8nprema
Court of the District of Columbia, sitting ia
equity, passed July 5th, lStVi. in a certain cans*,
wherein Sarah Ann Brown aud ethers are com
plainants, and Ambrose A. Brown and others arc
defendants. No. 2?1 equity, we shall sell on tha
premises, on MONDAY, the 2-.>th dav of August,
commencing with the first named, at 6 o'clock p.
m.: Lot No. 1, in Square No. 568, fronting SO feei
en north E street, at the corner of Becond street
west, and running back 100 feet to a 25 f?ot alley.
Also, the north part of Lot 33, in Jas. C. MoGuire'a
subdivision of 8qnare No. 624. fronting 15 feet 7
inches om Tenth street west, between G and H st*
north, and running back 130 feet 4 inches to a 30
foot alley, and improved by a three-story Brick
Dwelling House.
Teims : One-half in cash; the remainder in nin?
and eighteen months, with interest from the day
of sale, to be secured by the bonds or notes of the
purchasers, with a surety or sureties, to be an
proved of by the trustees.
Upon the full payment cf the purchase money
and interest, the trustees will convey the proper
ty .
All conveyances and stamps at the cost of the
purchaser. If the terms of sale are not complied
with in five days thereafter, the trustees reserv?
the right to resell, on one week's notice, at tht
risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser.
GEO. W. DUVALL /- '
NICHOLAS C. STEPHENS, < Tru?t???
an 6 eo&ds JA8. O. McGUIRB A CO., Aucts.
V J. C. McGUIRB Sc. Co., Auctioneers.
T^n TUESDAY AFTERNOON, August 23,186J. at
6 o clock, we shall sell, at public sa'e on the prem
ises the west half of Square No. 828, fronting on
north M. Boundary, at-d 8th streets east, contain
ing about 24.828 square feet, in lots to gnit our
chastrs. Ihis property is located near Kendall
Green. u*"
? T?rns5 of sa,e?: One-fourth cash; the balance In
6,12 and IS months. Deed given and deed of trust
taken to seciire the deferred payment*.
Ah the writings and Government stamps at the
cost of the purchasers.
JOHN E. KENDALL.
T. M. HANSON,
^ . SAMUEL NOR^ENT.
Committee of National Building Association
, J C. McGUIRB ft CO., '
_aJi 3-eoAds t Rep. J Auctioneers.
Ruction sale or condemned horses7~
Wab Dkpartmbxt, Catalit BuRiiu, I
OJice of Chief Quarttrmeuttr, >
Will k. ??iAW?s^,n^on' D C ' August 3. 1864.1
hidd?r 4? Public Auction, to the highest
at the times and places named below, via :
1864 1 enns'lT"i?. THURSDAY, August IS.
l^na, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, August 2S,
l,1^mlDOn, Penns':lvania' TnURSD A Y.September
ten*"r8bll?M PennpylVaniav THURSDAY, Sep
eJWO^UNDRKD (axi) CAVALRY HOR3E3. at
These horses have been condemned as unit for
the cavalry service of thearmy.
For road and farming purposes, many good bar
gains may be had.
Horses sold singly.
Terms cash, in United States currency.
JAMES A KK IN,
Lt. Col. and Chief Qnartrema?ter,
au 5-tsefl Cavalry Bureau,
ALB Of CONDEMNED HORSES AND MULBS*.
Ckitf Quarter master't Office, Washington Depot, |
w? V ,JW^3HI?.0T0^,? D- 0-. JalT28 1864.\
will be sold at publl) auction, at the Corral*
near the Observatory, in the city of Washington.
D" ^W?T?vS'A1)ItES?AY? An*URt 10th, 1864, ani
on W EDNE8DA Y, August 24, 1861, a lot of
HORSES AND MULES,
condemned as unfit for public service.
Terms cash, In Government funds.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m.
D. H. RUCKBH,
, Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster,
Jy28-d Depot of Washington,
rklSSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.?Tha
Copartnership existing betweea EDWARB
OWEN and SAM'L W OWEN, in the Military and
Naval Merchant Tailoring, under the firm of
E. OWEN A SON, for the last 20 years, is this dav
by mutual consent. The business in future will
be conducted by SAM'L W. OWEN, at their old
stand,912 Pennsylvania avenue, to whom pay
ments will be made ef all outstanding debts dua
the late firm. E. OWBN,
August 1, 1864. [aul-Im] SAM'L W. OWBN.
THE NEW INTERNAL REVENUE LAW. id
proved June 3 ', 1864.
Poems; with translations from the German. Br
Lucy Hooper.
Captain Brand, of the Centipede.'* By Capt.
Wise, U. 8. N. "
The Atlantic Monthly for August.
The Ladder of Life. By Amelia B. Edwards.
Maurice Dering. By the author of "Guy Living
stone."
Elliott's Manual for Cavalry.
Railway Anecdote Book.
Beecher's Religious Training of Children.
Collins' Voyage down the Amoor.
jy 28 FRANCE TAYLOR.
IVfASSXY COLLINS ft CO.'8
LYi PHILADELPHIA
DRAUGHT ALE AND PORTKB.
I am now receirlnc large quantities of DRAUGHT
ALB and PORTER fromthia celebrated brewery,
which I am prepared to furaiah on abort notice to
all persons who favor me with their orders.
Orders given to my drivers will be promptly at
tended to.
Goods delivered in all parts of Washington and
Georgetown,free of charge.
RILBY A. SHINN, A*ant.
Union Bottling Depot, 5T Green street
p5-tf Georgetown. D. Q.
jpSSBffa.
ibrated Pbsbla and Paaisoorio flrBOTAOLis, uni
versally acknowledged
??i?o abb PaaaaaviB? the(
icientlftcallyand eorriotly salted, by FRANKUa
#4?PawurW,?3ia avewn^ bet. Utk and 1?* its.,
888 Pennsylvania avenue
^:bM
Ull
kc.,ln a?reatTariaty
jei
DjL J. B^I^KAYfMfJbir oTth." Ri>y?l Y. 8.
College. Edinburgh. All Dlseaaes of the ?
Elerae treated in the moat scientific aaaa
ler Charges moderate. Also, Horeee'
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