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LOCAL NEWS.
AMUB1M1KT8 TO NIGHT.
UABTrnKBCRT? The comic ?*??01?'11*?,??:
e? Mone. De Chalamean," the ballet ?g?g?
of Scotland," songs oy Agnes SntnerJ*na;
dances by the Wesner Sisters and others^ana?
line budget of Ethiopian *ccen?ri,cK\7 neniar
the order of exercises to-night at this popular
resort.
Ellibom A Footb's great moral ??lbiti??;
at Odd Fellows' Hall, continues to attract
crowds. To-night there will *?e* "J?
quartettes, and trios, and ?*7.???TStOoS
music, besides fairy plays and *"<"????:
Toote, Miss Eliza Nestel, and CoL8JJ JM
.mallest people m fbe world.?J??/'?? he
their money's worth of fun and pleasure.
????'a TniiTiB ? The Florences will ap.
rar#Rto-n?htBa?fin i? three amusing plays.
Brougham's drama, "The Irish Emigrant;
the Protean farce of "The YoungActress;" and
the burletta of the "Irish Mormon. They will
be supported by a splendid company of male
and female performers, and visitors will be
most agreesbly entertained.
Fbuit Festival ?The festival of the ladies
of the Methodist Protestant Church opened
last nig?f at I nion League Rooms. There was
? good art? ml mi ce, and the ladies in attendance
did all in their power to please their visitors.
??G8???8 OF PlULIC SCHOOLS.?An ad
jeurned meeting of the Board of Trustees of
Public Schools was held yesterday afternoon
in the Alderman's Chamber, City Hall, Mayor
Wallach in tbe chair.
Mr. Miller, from tbe committee on text books,
reported in favor of the adoption of Hilliard's
Reader in place of those now in use, and their
introduction into all the public schools of this
city.
Also, that the new edition of "Losslng's His
tory ot the United States" be substituted in the
place of Uuackenboss &ud the "First Lessons,"
now in use.
That "Lippincott's Pronouncing Gaxetteer
of the World" be placed as a book of reference
on the desks of the several grammar school
teachers.
Tbat "Mason's Mannal of Gymnastic Exer
cises" be placed on the desk of every teacher,
and that the daily practice of some of the phys
ical exercises there recommended and exem
plified be encouraged and promoted by every
proper means.
That the "Song Garden,'* by Lowell Mason,
be substituted as the text book of vocal music
for the "Concordia" in the intermediate schools;
and that the "Nightingale," by W. O. and H
S. Perkins, be substituted for the "Golden
Wroatb" in the secondary schools.
The committee also believe that a better op?
portnnitv would be afforded for testing the
practical utility of certain maps, apparatus
and articles of school furniture, sought to be
introduced if an opportunity were afforded,
to place such articles for a time in some school
for that purpose, and therefore propose the
adoption of the following resolution :
Resolved, That the committee on Text-Books
he authorized to introduce into any appro
priate school such maps, apparatus and
school turni ture as the proprietors or inven
tors may seek to introduce, for the purpose
of fully testing the practical utility of the
same.
Tbe report was adopted with the exception
of that part proposing a change in music books,
which subject was reterred to the committee
on vocal music.
Mr Miller stated that the books now In use
had been literally sung out, and the children
wanted something new, while Mr. Wight. Mr.
Hitz and others held that it was better to learn
a few pie.. - s well tnau to ramble over several
books and not at least get a proper education
into the elements of music.
Ou motion of Mr. Miller, it was
jif solved, That the Oommittee on Text-Books
be authorized to make all necessary arrange
ments lor the introduction of "Lippincott's
Pronouncing Gazetteer" and of " Mason's
Manual of Gymnastic exercises" into the re
spective schools.
In viewol the opening o? the schools on Mon
day next, Mr. Wilson proposed the following
for the government ol teachers as to the open
ing. The circular was adopted and 1U0 copies
were oraered to be printed :
To the Teachers of the Public Sclwols .?At the
opening ol tbe public schools, on the 5th of
September next, the following regulations will
be observed:
1st. All pupils whose names were on the
rolls at tbe close of the preceding year will be
considered as continuing their connection with
tbe schools, and be admitted without tickets,
provided they present themselves, or are repre
sented by their parents or friends, by noon on
the first day ot tbe session.
'2d. In all other cases pupils will be required
to obtain tickets prior to their admission to the
schools.
3d. In all cases where transfers are made, the
names of the pupils transferred must be entered
on tbe roll ot the school from which they are
transferred, and transfer tickets, signed by the
teaoher and approved by a trustee, must be
given to ;he pnpils.
4th. The permanent roll cannot be made up
until after the end of the fourth day of the ses
sion, and then it should be made up m accord
ance with the directions laid down in the Man
ual, page <>"?? section S.
5tb. Hilliard's Readers have been substituted
for Parker and Watson's, and all pupils hav
ing books of the latter series, suitable for use
In tbe schoolb to which they belong, will be
permitted to exchange the same for a new
book of the series to be used, by paying the
following amounts :
Jr'er "Hilliard's Sixth Reader," twenty-five
Cents; "Hilliard's Fifth Reader," twenty cents,
"Hilliard's Intermediate Reader," eighteen
cents; "Hilliard's Fourth Reader," sixteen
cents; "Hilliard's Third Primary Reader,"
fifteen cents; "Hilliard's Second Primary
Reader," twelve cents; "Hilliard's First Pri
mary Reader," six cents.
6th. Mr. Wm. Hallantyne is the authorized
agent for tbe exchange of the Readers, and
teachers should order from him the number of
books required tor their respective schools.
7th. The duty of superintending the ex
change devolves npon the teachers, and they
are requested to take care that the old books
exchanged are not too much torn and defaced,
but In such a condition as to be actually fit for
use in the schools during the year, as other?
wie, no exchange is to be made.
8th. AH pupils having no books of tbe series
need the last year, suitable for use in the school
which they attend, will be required to pur
chaee n*w ones at the regular retail prices.
The time for exchange will continue from the
5th to the 30th of September.
A resolution -? a* adopted authorizing the
purchase of 70 copies of the manual of gym
nastics for the uae of the schools.
G ???? ?:.town CocHciLB.?In obedience to a
c-Ul of the Mayor, the Georgetown Councils
assembled last night in the custom-house.
in tbe Board of Aldermen, the President
Sr. Cox) read a communication from Wm.
ird, Clerk ot the Corporation, asking au
thority to distribute money now in his hands
lor school purposes, according to the acts of
Congress approved May 21, 1^62, and June 25,
1-ftt.
In accordance with the request, Mr. Cox
presented a resolution delegating power to the
Clerk to distribute money appropriated for
school purposes, and to carry out the acts of
Congress m relation to public schools. Passed.
A resolution was passed authorizing the
Clerk of the Corporation to pay to the George
town Gas Light Company the amount of the
Government tax of 20 per cent per 1,000 feet,
as added to their monthly bill for gas furnished
?he corporation.
The President laid before the board a com
munication irom the Mayor asking an appro
priation of 8100 for each policeman of the
town, to enable them to enter into a scheme to
avoid tbe draft. Laid over.
Mr. Cox also laid before the Board a com
munication from the Corporation Clerk, m
relation to the collection of market rents, and
kuggesting the abolishing of tbe monthly rents
and affixing in its stead a price or license, as
the Boards of Aldermen and Common Council
may deem expedient.
A memorial from the butchers and others
now occupying certain stands in the Ware
house, now used as a market house, was re
ceived, in which they decline to pay the snm
of fio rent per bench per month, as per ordi
^?utJw^ "*.* Uorpora'ion, but expressing a
2L? ^^^v"'/0'occuPylh8 the said Ware
fSSl XfmLV? tb?ncht!?? ? understood be
SS?M?r commissioners and
A message was received from the Board of
Common Council, proposing that wbeu the
two Boards adjourn it be until next Fridav
evening. Agreed to. Ir"?'
The Council r?solution making an annroon
ation to repair a part of High street, near Road
street, was concurred In; and the Board ad
journed.
Common Council.?The President laid before
the Board the receipts and expenditures of the
poor and workhouse for the quarter ending
June Si.-th, Wil; the bills of John Oldueld ?
Bro. for repair of pumps; the Mayor's com
niBBication recommending the appropriation
of f iro for each of the Georgetown policemen,
toennble them to join tbe association to insure
agaiBst the draft: r communication from the
Clerk of the Corporation, relative to the rents
of market stand-, and suggesting a plan for the
collection of the rents hereafter; a commuaica
tioa of the S reel Commissioner, relative to th
obstruction of tne drainage of certain streets
by ?he ftre*? railway.
Mr. I'e? k, frem the marke', committee, re
Eorted bills for the drainage of the new mar
et, and for ad\*rii?ine:.
Mr. Shoemaker presented a communication
of W. C Smith, Street Commissioner, relative
to the paving of Huh street.
Mr. Clemen's presented a communication
from toe Georgetown butchers, who deoliae
lee payment of the assessed rent per moatb,
fio for stands in the temporary market, and
proposing to paytROO which was agreed upon by
themselves and the market commiUeevnll which
were properly referred.
Mr. Peck, from the harbor committee report
ed an ordinance creating the oAae of Harbor
Master, and defining the duties.
Mr. Edmonston offered a resolution request
ing the trustees of the poor and workhouse, to
inform this board, if Mr. Joseph Walker and
family, or any other family not authorised by
law, be permitted to reside at the poor house,
and if so, why I
Mr. Shoemaker offered a resolution appro
priating si,500 to complete the paving of High
street to Road street.
Mr. Davi offered a resolution appropriating
?25 for a flag footway across Congress street at
Beali; all which were adopted.
Mr Davis, moved that when the board ad
journs, it shall be till Friday next, at 7# o'clk,
p. m., passed
The Aldermen's bills regulating the distribu
tion of tbe School fund, and appropriating for
the paymer t of cet tain gas bills were concurred
in, and the board adjonrned.
Sbcobd Ward Station Casse.?Jim John
eon, pick-pocket ; jail for court. Mny Mc
Glaughlin, drnnk and disorderly ; dismissed.
Capt. S Dana, assault and battery; bail for
court. Herman Ros^man, threats; bail for
peace. Anna Grady,assault; dismissed. Mrs.
Cannano, disorderly; *1.58. Sullivan Stacy,
passing counterfeit money; dismissed. G. B.
Golding, bogus detective; military. John Cou
?in. drunk: dismissed. Henry Graham, fight
ing; locked up. Hugh Green, do ; do. James
Gorman, drunk; dismissed. William May,
fighting ; 12.00. S. J. Brown, do ; dismissed
Thomas McKeever, drunk ; &2.(>o. Den
nis Cranin and Jeiry Moonan ; disorderly.
CharlesBurke, do and drunk; ?2.00. John
H. Doyle, grand larceny ; jaU for court
FatricB Green, vagrant: workhouse. T. Suy
der, disorderly; JMlf? Donald St. Glair, drunk
and disorderly; *1. Geo. Cox, suspicious char
acter, sent to Superintendent Webb. William
Carr, drunk; dismissed. A. ?brame, disor
derly; ?3. John Ryan, drunk; dismissed. Chs.
Brownley, bounty jumper; military. George
White, vagrant; held in custody. H. Williams,
drunk and disorderly; 81? A. Hart, for safe
keeping; dismissed. Geo. Rose, drunk and
disorderly; 82. Philip Mahady, disorderly; 85.
Benna Price, fighting; dismissed. Susanna
Johnson, do.; 82. Ellen Stephenson, do.; dis
missed.
--??
?p? Draft is Gbobobtowk.?Those sub
ject to dralt in our neighboring city of George
town, would do well to note the advertisement
of Mayor Addison, who proposes a plan where
by, by a small payment, parties may b? in
sured against military service. The scheme is
a good and safe one.
Comuodobb Foots and his sister, Colonel
Small and the entire suite, will, by special in
vitation, visit the St. Ann's Infant Asylum,
corner nf 21th and K, near Circle, on Friday, at
.'} o'clock p. m. T*e friends of this charitable
institution are invited to attend. See adver
tisement. _
Gbabd Opbkiko?Madame E. M. Hinckly
will open her full fashions to-morrow morning
at No 301 Penn'a avenue. The fashions are
from Madame Demorest's New York Empo
rium. See advertisement elsewhere.
Attektiow is called to the announcement of
a meeting on Thursday night, at Island Hall,
for the purpose of taking measures to fill th?1
quota of the Ward. It is desirable that there
should be a large attendance.
Exemption Ffnd ?a meeting will b^ held
in the Common Council Chamber, City Hall,
to-night, for the purpose of getting up'a fund
for protection against the draft. All interested
should attend.
-? ? ?- ?
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Jbwri.rv ? Jkwklrt.?Beautiful <;old-Plat?-i
Jewelry in every variety, both ladies and gentle
men's wear, for cnly ene dolUr. at the Dollar
Store, 43!? Pa. ave., near 4'a st. It*
Kaoim'8 (Uph?b'b) Hair Dtk.
Fifty Cents a Bor.
Boxes larger than Dyes that sell Ibi il. Netterai,
durable, btautiful. Warranted to please. This ar
ticle has been thoroughly tested by. Dr. OniLTOB,
of New York, and Profs. Booth and Garrett, of
Philadelphia, who pronounce it free from all poi
sonous ingredients, and the material composiug ?t
will not injure the most delicate hair.
Sold by Druggists and Fancy Good* dealers
everywhere,
JohS J. KROMBX.Sole Proprietor,
4?3 Chestnut Street.
Philadelphia, p?.
DKCKKIBSH8S ?'G???.
The inebriate ? ?ay now bid defiance to the tempt
ing cup. Dr. Zsne's antidote for strong drink is
a certain curs for drunkenness. It creates a dis
like for strong drink, and can be administered
without tbe knowledge of the patient.
Descriptive circulars sent to anyaddres*. For
sale by all respectable Druggists in the United
States and Ganadas. Price $1 per box, or packages
of six boxes for io.
J '? J. Kromir,
Wholesale Agent, 403 Chestnut street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Da. Raid's Bracino.
The oldest and most reliable medicine for the
cureef Sperniatorhtea. Seminal Weakness, Loss of
Power, Sec. This medicine bas stood tbe test of
over thirty years, and has always proved a success.
Er. Rand's Sp?cifie is exhibited in the form of
pills, made up entirely of substances that have a
specific effect upon the generative organs. Most
persons associate the idea of operations upon the
bowels from taking any kind of pills. The8pecifie
of Dr. Rand is not intended as an evacuating medi
cine. Its medical virtues are expended entirely
upon the impaired generative organs. The pilbj
are not unpleasant to tbe taste, and many persons
masticate them with impunity before swallowing
them; which plan we would always recommend,as
affording the speediest way to get the effect of the
remedy.
Price 91 per box, or six boxes for $5. Sold by
Druggists everywhere.
JOHN J. KSOMSB,
Wholesa!? Agent, 403 Chestnut street,
au31-eoly Philadelphia, Pa.
THBOBBAF-B8TASD BBUT HAIS DYM IS TBS WOSLD
?Never Fades or Washes Out.?Upbam's Hair Dye,
b cents s box. The best in use. Try it. Sold by
P. O Tord,corner 11 th street and Penn. avenue,
Washington; and Henry Cook, Alexandria.
?6-1t _
NiaVOUB DSBILITV, BBMIBAL v7lAXBBSS. etc..
Can Be Cured by one who has really cured himself
and hundreds of others, snd will tell you nothing
but the irvi*. Address, wit ? stamp,
lDviuH. TsAvsa,
mar S DAW.ly Loek Box. Boston. Mass.
MARRIED,
-OutheSOthinst , by the Kev. J. G. Henning,
O SORCI t. TIMMS to JENNIE E. CAT9R, all
of this city. No cards
On the 20th of August, in Washington, byjthe
EeT.T.,B McPalls Lieut. J.Il HROUGH. T. R.
C , to Miss ANN IE SMITH, of Richmond, V?. *
On Tuesday evening, the Soth inst.. at Fletcher
ShWVm.'JiT,K,*T? J?me?G. Banning. Mr GEOKUH
F TIMMS to Miss JSNNIE E. CAf?R, all of
Wa-ihir-i'ton city. *
l Washington papers please publish ]
* ? ? ? -
????,
In this city, on the morning of list Ansraai ? ?
Nil MARIA PEGU, in the ?th year???*" ??
Her fanerai will take place to-morrow Sent lit
at.Wcloch, p. m., from her late residence 11th'
street east, between ? and O south. The friends
and acquaintances of the family are invited to at
tend. *
At half past one. on the morning of thovief nf
Au.ust, 18M, JOHBI CONNOR, in the Wth,ear of
Image. * " "l
Hie friends and acquaintances are resDectfnllv
invited to attend hi? funeral to morrow th? 1 t ?>
September, at 3 o'clock, from bis residence nVa
C street. Island, between 4^ and 6th sts. *
On the 30th instant, Mrs. SARAH ? ??r- ?#
John Young, in the 61st year of her age "
Her funeral will take place on Thursday.the tat
at 2 ?'eleck P.m,, from the residence of her son'
m law, R. H Graham, Maryland avenue and 7th
street, Island. ?
On the 30th of August, of typhoid fever MRU
ISABELLA, wife ol Chas. W. M??r?an, in th?sbS
year of her age, form? r!y of Leeeburg, y?
Funeral at 1" o'clock Thursday morning.' ?
On Wednesday, Aug.31st. 8AMCEL MeO t*i?
son of 8aml. I. and Sarah A. Arnold, seed ?'????
11 months and 8 days. ' ? a ? Teari?
h u nei al will take place from residence of narent?
No. ?46 7th st. ea<tf. to-morrow (Thursday I Au"'
1st. friends of the family are invited to attend")
On the Soth inst. HARRY WATERS, infant son
of Samuel B. and Virlinda P. Day, ageu' Wmwthe
_ 1? TK1NSPLANTBD.
Beside life's path a Mower grew.
More beauteous to the night
Than asurt, clouds of sunset hue
Or pearly star* of night.
a 1 V* ?*oh tinT leaf unfold?
a^* ? ?????ower gem?
?wS?JS a1? h twia'*
^/?ar?l?lfnA fc??? ** ??? -tsr
A?oa.rai^;?^^bttd
InGeqrgetowa, on the aath i-.? ? awn ?
YIABOWER.in the 17th ?el? 3'v7 ???1?^
M of Christopher and l.o????"1? ' ?"? thint
His funeral will take ^??V?tZ; after
WANTS.
WArfn???_r? ???ANT (white! to cook and
(^?to1.;:^^? ?t no. *ggj|g"
W ?.-?G?^?~-T ? t?a?* woman. ? SITUATION
??Jfflcei."k_7Ml,erM,?iro??'? Addre" C-lt??'
W S?rnu?' * respectable young siri, astri
?!;..?? e m ?i cook, washer and ironer in a
private family. Address " ? ." Star Office. lt?_
VITANTED-BTONE MASONS, on sea trail at
vVnv*??^?11. *??? Apply to JOHN C AM?
ERON. or WISE ft CALL A HAN. an SI eoSt*
t?^Oft S9.F5?? *?R <>*B YSAR.-Wantwd
f?*WVOLUNTEERS (?hite) for one year.
ApplytoA. WATSON. 174 east side 11th street,
between E and f. at 1 and 5 p.m._an 31???*
\B7 ANTED-A good DINING ROOM SERVANT.
j One who understands his business. None
other need apply?Herndon House, corner 9th and
Este. Also a good Washer and Ironer. auM ___*
A RESPECTABLE GIRL wishes a 8ITCATI0N
as plain cook, washer and ironer.or chamber
maid. Apply at 387 6th st., bet. G and H.
su 31-2t*_
BBfANTED-Two good CANVASSERS. Pay by
vv the week, or commissions given. Apply st
490 7th street, Rr om Nn. 4. Also, a good, active
- 9jli_ii001L!r*f5? W?H be given._au 31 -3t*_
\IJ ANTED-A SITUATION as cbiH'e nurse ai<J
?_? seamstress, by a voung girl. Can bring good
reference if required. Address Box 15, Star Of
fice._it*
WANTED IN GEORGETOWN-Two white
WOMEN?one to cook, wash and iron, the
otber to nurse. None but competent ones need
apply. References required. No. 90 West street,
Georgetown._an W_?t_*
WANTED?By a young woman, a SITUATION
in a small family as chambermaid, and to
assist in washing and ironine, and make herself
generally useful. Apply at No. 501 12th street,
between ? and F streets. _au 31 2t*
^ANTBD-A WOMAN to wash by tbJmonth.
Inquire at the Ebbit House. au 3 '-.it *
w
WANTED?A respectable GIRL between 13 and
15 years of age to do lightchamberwork. Ad
drese Box No. 1. Star Offloe._au Tt-St*
WANTED?A BOY to learn the House and Sign
Painting business. Apply to
an30-2t*_O. T. BOWEN. 51 La. av.
BOARD WANTED?By a gentleman and wife in
a respectable private family in Georgetown
Address, stating locality, terms. Ac., " S. J. 0.,"
P. O. Box 1.165, Washington. P. 0. an 3fl-2t*
WANTED?A WOMAN (white) to cook. Also
one to wash dishes and make beds. Apply at
the Gosling House, No. 249 Pa. avenue, between
12th and 13th streets._au3'>-tf
COOK WANTED?One that understands her
business and is willing to Wash and Iron,
may apply at 417 13th street, near G. Recom
mendations required._an 3)-2t*
WANTED by a gentleman and wife, permanent
board in a private family ? preferred) in the
vicinity of ??!. street and Pennsylvania Avenue.
Address A M.. Star Office._au 3?i-3t?
WANTED-8IX CARPENTERS. IMMEMATB
ly. Apply to ALEXANDER WORLEY, Jack
sonila 1. alley, between 4,'2and3d, and Pennsyl
vania avenue and C street._ au3M2t*
WANTED-A MAN "with his WIF__,_totake
<harse of a F*rm near thecitr. ne must
come well recommended Apply to GEORGE ft
THOMAS PARKER ft Co., 34? and 345 Pennsyl
vania avenue_ an fW-3t
DRESSMAKER WANTED-A coinpotenVc?Tf
TER AND FITTER one who thoroughly un
derstands tbe business, to goto Alexandria. Va.
For further information apply to J. FELLI!EI
MER, SS**; 7th street, Washington, Wholesale
Millinery Store._ au30-3t
F'URNISHBD HOU8B WANTBD?.?Wanted, s
small and comfortably furnished House, enn
tainirg mx or ei.ht Tooms. One within a half
mile of the intersection of 14th street and New
York avenue preferred. Address Box 305, Was'i
ington city Post Office._au 30-0t
A~RE8 ? EC TABL11 YOUNG GTRL wishes a BIT?
UATION in a private family as chamhermai?'
and plain sewing, and would assist in wa?hinx ar-t
ironing. Can come well recommended from h< r
last piace. Can be seen by calling; at J40 4th st
for two days, between E and G. au .*?o-?t*
WOOD CHOPPERS WAWTBD.-Any man who
will get up a gang <if fifty chopp-rs will be
appointed euperintendent of them, ani will re
cciye a salary of fifty dollars per month *?? board.
Apply to W. RRAMALL, 519,12th sheet, opposite
the Kirkwood House. au3?-lw*
VV ? ? TED?Two" Hundred COLORE T> MEN".
vv Apply at No 40 Water street, Georgetown,
au 9 tf_ _ 6
SR/AHTBB-A WET NURS?T??ther white or
vv colored. Apply at No. 417 12th street, bet
New York avenue and I street. au29-3t*
WANTED?Two steady, indsrtrious BOYS.one
each to learn the Harness and Trunkmaking
business. Apply at_500 7tji street. au V9-1f'
??????? FSSNOHWOMAN, who has been In
thtscountry but a few month?, wants a SIT
UATION as child's nurse. Apply at 23M nP_risv[.
vsnia svenne, or at 4'JO M st. au 29 3t*
1X7 ANTED-A young if AN fer clerk in a Ciro?
vv eery and Variety Store. One having some
experience in business preferred,
an ? 3t?_JAS. DALY, No. 3??? L st.
WANTED?A LADY as SALBSWOMAN who
has been engaged ina Dry Good or Fancy
Stor<?, aod well acquainted with the. business A
good salary paid and the best reference required.
8. M. BtBYBNBERG,
an?-3t 4 S Market Space, bet. 7t a and nth sts.
\l>ANTED-Good
" MILLINERS
will apply immediately at
MMB. PRINCE.
32 MARKST SPACE.
She insures competent bands the highest wages
paid in Washington._au 29 ,'it_
WANTBD?Bv a young gentleman in ?he War
Department, permanent BOARD and ROOM,
in a strictly privale and religious family, in the
central part of Washington. K?st of reference.
Address at once,' Rochester."Star f>ffi"<-. au27-6t*
w
'ANTED-Every Lady in the District to kDOw
that I have received a new aud beautiful ma
chine, and am now prepared to Flute goods twelve
inches in width, and deeper than any othfr fst'iolifh
inent in the country. As this was what was wanted
by tbe Ladies, we can now do
7 FLUTING! FLUTING!
superior to any done in the large cities. Only
place in town. LADIE8 STAMPING DEPOT,
3*1 Fat., oppjK PatentLOfficeJ_an27-if
WANT?D-By MORGAN A RH1NEHART. at
G street Wharf, 5,000 Tous GREEN UOS
PITAL AND CAMP BONES, for which the buh
est market price will be paid^_au 13-eolm
O_LD~B0tTLES~WA?TET>?
OLD R0TTLB3 WANTED!
BThe hiebest cash price will be paid for?
Whole Cham pagne Bottles,
Half do. do.
Pint Porter do.
Pint Ale do.
Pint Ale Jug?. Ac^Ac.by
RI LEV A. SII INN.
Union Bottling Depot, Georgetown. D. C.
N. B.?Any person having large quaitities of
Old Bottles on hand, can bava them tak"n away
by notifying me._[au 18-lm} R. A. ShINN.
WANT I D? 50.000 LADIES to call at
PRINCE'S BTA'U'ING AND FLUTING
DEPOT, 381 Bstrcr ? oppesite Patent Office and
fet their
? ? ? ? T s; G ,
FLUTING, AM 1> __ ? __ _,
PINKING DONE.
We are the only persons in town who make the
businessan exclusive one. Constantly receiving
and making up new patterns for Braid and Siisi
Embroidery. New and elegant patterns received
weekly for Yokes, Bands, Pantaletts, Capes,
Shawls, Slippers, Pin Cushions, An._au 12-tf_
\ij A? * ? D-^8B0?ND HAND- FURNITURB
Yv Also, MIRRORS. CARPETS. BEDS, BUD
DING, and H0U8BFURNI8H1NG GOODS of every
description. R. BUCHLY, 4SB 7th street,
le 8-tf between G and H. east side..
GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS
rfMlE DRAFT IN GEORGETOWN, D. C._
Mayor's O?ee. Geortetwn. D. C , Aug. 27,1>U.4.
Those citizen? of the town who are subject to
the approaching0raft to furnish soldier? for our
army, end who desire to avoid that service, are in
vited to join in the following seif insuring
scheme :
Every citizen who is liable to be drafted can de
posit the sum of One Hundred Dollars in the B?nk
of Commerce. The whole som so deposited will
constitute a fund for the etc! isive benefit of those
of thedepositors wbn may he drafted
The scheme will work thus : Should there be one
hundred depositors, for instance, and only twenty
of them be drafted, eighty wool?' be protected
from service by paying one hundred dollars each,
while the whole ten thousand dollars would be
distributed in sumsoffive hundred dollars each to
the twenty who were dra'ted. With that they
could obtain substitutes or keep the mouey and go
into service, at their own option.
Of course the real result will be so varied from
the one here given as an illustration as to make it
more or less beneficial te the drafted parties ; but
there is this absolute certainty about it: that
every drafted man will g?? ? whole of his money
back, with the almost equal certainty of more
than deuble that sum, and a probability of his re
ceiving a suns of notb ss than five hundred do'Jars.
In this achem?; there can be no juggling, no pre
cedence of favorite individuals, or truks played
off upon the unsuspecting. There will te* but two
well ascertained parties: those who escapo the
draft and lose their hundred dollars, an! these
who are drafted and get all t?e money deposited
by the whole association. _
rhould tbis scheme fail of a faverable result, or
work any particular hardship to one of the de
positare, the subscriber has in view an adjunctive
ssbeme which will afford the necessary relief with
ont any additional cost? to the association. For
any further information apply to
an 27 lw HEN BY ADDI80N, Maypr^
G GEORGETOWN CORPORATION STOCK.
t Those persons who may be disposed to pur
chase Georgetown Corporation Stook, which bears
an interest of six per cent, per annum, psrsple
Quarterly, can obtain some oy applying to WM.
LAIRD, Clerk of said Corporation. je _9-dtSl
?pOWINO PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, by the
I P?tense Tow Company'? boat?, "Potomac-."
"Gov. Curtin" and "Belle Haven,"' Apply to the
Captains on board, or to
JOHN E. DAVID80N,
?>y IS-_Water ?treat. Georgetown.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, that the subscri
ber bath obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Washington county, In the District of Columbia,
letters of alministratioB on the personal estate of
Patrick Earner, late of Washington, D. 0., de
ceased. All persona having claims againxt the
?aid deceased, are hereby warned to nxhi-it the
?ame, with the vouchers thereof, to thesnb*?eri
ber, on or before tae 6th Say of February ne*t :
they may otherwise by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estate.
. Given under my hand this flth day of February,
ah?. ISM.
aaX6law3w* JOHN II. RUSSELL, ????.
FOB SENT AND SAJ.E.
FURNI8HED ROOMS TO Riff T, without Board
to g?ntlemen only?347 ? street, near 13th.
Inquire of Mrs. ?. ?. 8TIPHINBON. anai-tf_
FOR RENT IN GEOROIT?WN-Two FUR
HI8HKD ROOMS for gentlemen only. Apply
at No. OQWestjitreet, Georgetown._an 31-St*
?G??? ?*??-? comfortable two-story BRICK
HOUSE, in a pleasant neighborhood, and con
veuient to the Washington and Georgetown Rai'
road.__Jan 31-3t*1_Georgetowp. ? ?.
fTOR RENT-The WAREHOUSE in rear of store
? SI? 7th st., and back of the Avenue House
Entrance bytbe alley from D St. JNO. OGDEN,
?n 31 3t^_*_?19 7th street.
HANDSOMELY FURNISHED ROOMS.^wTtFol
without beard, pleasantly situated ou 21st
street, between G and II, east side. ????.????,?
BOART>ER8 wanted._. au 3l-3t?
FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT, at low rate,
at the corner of 1? and 8th st. au *>3t*
fpOR RENT-A large and desirable P?RNI8HED
Sm FRONT ROOM in the second story. Apply at
379 3d street, between D and E north, au S>-3t*
RvOMB FOR RENT, and a Dining Room and
Kitchen. Also, for sale, a rich Medall?n Vel
vet Carpet and Plimton Bedstead. Apply 3T3
Pennsy.Taniajivenue._au 3'3t*
I?oR rent-Two unfurnished rooms,
?tdt?d,'3,idI,> for housekeeping. A -o. one FUIi
M8I1ED FRONT ROOM, for gentlemen. Inquire
at second house from northeatt corner 17th and ?
streets.____au Sg-gt*
FORRENT-Three FURNISHED BID ROOMS
ttrt,"S?aDi PARLOB. and for sale two FRAME
0 .?,.,?? ?Pnr rofmsand a kitchen each; and alse
one HORSE and BUGGY, Call at 424 ? st.. b?t.
?*_ ?ndJ>th_Btreete north. au 3>-3t*
FOR RENT-Part of a 8TORB ROOM, suitable
for Clothing. Sime, or Provision, at No. 452
~ew.York avenue, hetween 14tb and 16th. Also,
one third story front ROOM, furnished or unfur
n^pf'd. with or without BOARD, on L street. No.
034 between Bthaod ?th._au :*) 3t*
A BAM CHANCI-The good-will and"filttnr?e
. ofa RESTAURANT for sale. Thshousecon
taies eleven looms, all of which is private The
cause for ?ell i eg is the proprietor wishes to retire
from husmees. Apply at the Columbia House.C
Street, near the Baltimore depot._au 3?-lw*
FOR SALE-? fine LOT, with HOUSE. Tris lot
is situated at the intersection of Maryland av
enue RD() t street, fronting 58>i feet, and running
hack 13SX fett, with side alley 15 feet and back
alley 30 feet. The house is two-etory, containing
two rooms and shed attached Fer further in
formation apply to DANIEL KELLY, corner of
Md. avenue and F st., between 12th and 13th sts..
Cap: toi H ill._au 30-3t?
FOR RENT?Two unfurnished ROOMS, suitable
for housekeeping, on 17th street, bet. ? ani L,
thr^e doors from L st., new house. au 2;<-3t*
FOR-RS?T?Tbree unfurnished ROOMS upon
one fleor. Apply to Dr. DONALDSON, No.
875 Pa. ave., bet, nth and 12th sts. au 23 3t*^
17?? 8ALB?The whole or part ofthe8TOCK
AND FIXTURES of a Photograph G*ll?ry
for sale. Gallery for rent if desire?!. Address II y
po^Georgetown. D C._au 2?? 3t*
HOTJ8I FOR RINT. containing 8 roomsorTthe
corner of Sec- nd and ? streets north. Gasali
through. Apply on the premises.
anag-St?_ MICHAEL KENNILLY.
??? Llt-A neatly furnished FRONT ROOM
1 with HOARD A few table boarders taki-o at a
moderate rate, at No. 35210th street, between L
and M_ an 28-St?
STORE TO LIT?Gas Hthted, eentratly located,
provided with all fixtures, and with a bvk
room attHched. Apply at 335 F street between
i?th and 1< th._sn29-tf
FOR BENT-A FURNISHED ROOM, pleasantly
located for gentlemen, on 17th street, between
? and L streets, within a few minutes' walfc of the
War Department, first hoiiM from K st. au 2?>-3t*
^' ORRE N T-ThT?argeand^^mm^diouTR?OMS
comprising the second, third and fourth sto
ries over J. L Kidwell's new Drug Store on Est.,
near corner of Pa. av. and 14th st., two doors be
li w Willards'Hotel.
au 20-tf _J0HN L KIDWELL^
?71ARM FOR SALE.?NinetyacreBofiiood Farm
ing Land, six uiilea from Washington, over
ihe Navy Ysrd bridge, ?-jar the cros.-i road?* lead
io?; from Washington to I'i-cataway, and from
T'pper .Marlboro to Alesami ria. For further par
ticulars address H. M'., Star Office. au'ii-lw*
C? ai\(\ WIMi BUT TWG YEARS7 MASK O?
O*""" a HOUSE, contains (rooms, five do r
fi om the War Department?244 G street?the best
location for ? baker, restaurant or eating saloon.
Kent ?li per month. Possession ??ven immediate
ly^ Inquire at 27 2 Pa. av.,Shoe 3'.ore, au 2'* U*
f|H>B RENT?A ROOM on 15th street, opposite
the Treasury Department, adapted to tbe us?
of a Banker or Broker, havina connected with it
a very commodious and substantial vault. In
quire of WILLIAM ORME, No. 313 Pena ave.,
between G th and llth sts. _ au 27-3?
A^MtE CH?NC?^Th? GOOD WILL sudf IX
TURES <t two of th< best stores in the city;
suitable ter clothing or sho? business. Apply at
J.H. S MI TII'S. No.4?iQ7th st._au 25-tf
"?TORRENT?Without BOARD, to gentlemen,de
G sirable Furnished RuOMS. Reference? r<?
quired. Apply at 4U0 4th street, between E and
Indiana avenue._au 25 lw*
COB BALI?A most excellent FRAME HOUSE,
G situated on south L street, between 21st and
22d, containing 12 rooms. Will be sold a great bar
gum, and Immediate possession given. Apply to
MITCHELL ?- SON, Real Esu'e Brokers, south
east corner of 16th st. and Pa. av._au 23-lot*
Ij?JRNIBHID ROOMS F?R~RSNT-At ?o 223
M. Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Willards' Ho
tel._ _an 19-2w?
I^OR SALE-DRUG STORE, BRICK HOUSE and
1 three BUILDING LOTS. Iuquire atNo. 454,
Maes, avenue, near Oth st. au 18-lm*
P~ 'OR BALE?A threiTetory and attic BRICK
IIOFBE and out-buildings, on North Capitol
street, between. ? and C. No. 394 , ?early opposite
the Washington Railway, nenr the Depot House,
containing ?? rooms; a vacant lot adjoining; front
of 55 by s). For further particulars inquire of
WALL, STEPHENS & CO., No. 322 Pennsylva
niaav._su 16
WE OFFER FOR SALE, at a great barsaluT?
small FARM, containing about 65 acres, well
improved with new dwelling and all necessary ont
housse. This property lies about 4 miles from
Center Market, on the Benning's Bridge road
?cross Eastern Branch, is in a high andnealthy
situation, with an abundance of wood. Terms
made known od application to
SWEENY A CO., Real Estate Brokers,
an 18 lm_Corner 7th and ? streets.
?/OR SALE-The three story BRICK HOUSE
G and LOT. No. ?61 9th street, (Island,) be
tween D and E streets. The house contains nine
rooms, and has convenient out-buildings, Ac.
Apply to W. D, WALLACH, at the StarOffice.
anll-tf _
jnOSLING ?0U8E FOR SALE.
The Proprietor of this popular and well-known
Hotel and Restaurant intends to retire from busi
ness, SLd otfers his well-known house for sale.
Any one wishing to engage in a LUCRATIVE
BUSINESS can call on the Proprietor. 247 Penn
sylvania avenue, between 12th and 13tu sts.
au ? 4?'_
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR KENT, at 4?0 12th
street, east side, between G and H sts. The
situation is one of the most desirable in Wash
in gh >n. _an2-lm
F~OR SALE.?The subscriber wishes to sell s
FARM, containing about 25-? acress, more or
less, distant sbwut four miles from Washington,
D. Cover the upper Eastern Branch bridge. A
large body of the land is in good timber, and abo ?it
forty acres of superior meadow land. Tit!e indis
putable. Addre-s J. D., Box 3*4. Washington,
D.O._au 1-lin*
\rALUAHLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE
IN THE FIRST WARD.?The undersigned
will sell all or part ofthat valuable property upon
which he resides, situated on the corner of i?.tb
and ? streets, and within one-and-a-half blocks of
Lafayette Square, consisting of several handsome
BUILDING LOTS, one of them improved by a
substantial two-story Brick House and bask build
ing, with good ftabiing. The above property will
be sold low for cash. Enquire of T. DRURY,
Wool A Coal dealer, near the War Department, or
on the premises. JySj0-Im*
JAY CUORE fe CO., BANKERS,
FiFTEENTn Strbbt, OPPOSITE C S. Trhasitrt,
Receive Subscriptions for the
NEW U. S. ? 3-10 LOAN
authorized b> the act of June SOtb, 1361.
The notes will be issued under date of Augnst
15th, in denominations of
g.'??. 9100, ?500, $1,000 and $5,000,
payable to bearer or order, be? ring interest at
7 3-10 per centum per annum, pay?>?le semi-an
oually. and will be convertible at the option of
thi holder st maturity into six per cent. Fire
Xventy Bonds.
We buy and sell?
GOVERNMENT BONDS of all isRues,
TREASURY N0TI8,
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS,
And COIN,
And pay the highest price for
QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATI CHECKS.
Jy27-tf JAY COOKI A CO.
FUKNITUKE.
FURNITURE.
FURNITURE.
h
We have now in store and are daily receiving
the largest and best assorted stock of CABINET
WAKE ever offered to tbe citizens of Washington
and Georgetown, which we pledge ourselves to
seil on aa reasonable terms as any house south of
New York. It is unnecessary to r-rtioularize ar
ticles, as our stock embraces ev-ry conceivable
article to be found ina first-class 11 isefurnt?hiag
establishment BOTBLIR A WILLSON,
31$ Pa. ave.i bet. 9th und 10th sts.
an 2leodtoc.I \ Con. Uuion.l _
LIGHTNING RODS.-LIGHTNING B0D3.
The undersigned is prepared to furnish
?nd put up LIGHTNING RODS, with platina
tipped points, at the shortest and most reason
able terms. Also, BILL-HANGING done in the
mest approved style.
Work done in the country at city prices.
O.SOHNIIUIR, ?
an 18-lm? 271 Penn. av., Washington. P- 0?
REFINED SUGABS.-This day received, V?
barrels Lovering A Co.'s Crashed, Powdered,
and 8>ft Crashed Sugars.
_au23-?t_BINJ. BIALL.
LIMI I UMII LIMI l-?"am now prepared to
deliver fresh borne? POTOMAC LIMI, pre?
Eared from my new Flame Klin, without coming
? enatset with tastasi. ? _ _
? __?. ?. OAJTLIMAN, Itaa Lime KHa.
?ta &.?,a?a ferait* Briaca,
AUCTION SALES.
THIS ArgKRWOOW AWP TO-MORROW
DT W. L. WALL A CO., Ancts.
U. e. MARSHAL'S SALB OF PRIZB80HOONBR
AND LONGBOAT AND CARGO W
In virtue of two warrants of sale iasaed from the
Clerk 'e Of Ace of the District Court of the United
States for the District ef Columbia, and to m- di
rected, I will sell for cash,at the Bazaar of Wm
L. Wall A e* . on Louisiana avenue, between Qth
and 10th streets, on WEDNE8DAY, the 31st day of
August inst.. ;ommencingat 1" o'clock a. m., the
following goods and chattels being the cargo af
the longboat J.H.D.Smoot, vii:
2 bbls. Pop, 2 bbls. Cider,
Ike* Butter, 2 bbls. Flour,
X bbl. Maekxet, 1 Bedstead, an I
1 bbl. Crackers, 4 Chairs,
1 bbl. Cakes, ^^
At 4 o'clock p. ro.. on -the same day, I shall sen,
?J th* foot of 6th street wharf, the schooner "COW
PERTHVYAITE,'' her Tackle, Apparel and fur
Biture.
ALSO
p*t ?i* same time, the longboat " J. ?. D,
SMOOT." Both vessels now lying at the foot of
6th street wharf, oo the Potomac nv*r.
,,WAhDB. LAMON, U. 8. Marshal. D. C.
an 25-d per WM. L. WALL A CO , AuCts.
_[Chronical_
jgY J. C. McGCIRB ftCoTTAuc?oneere.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VERY DESIRABLE
SLAUGU TER HO?8B PROPERTY
Bv vir?ueofadeed oi trust, dated December 13th,
A D.l?3. and only recorded in Libex N. CT.,
ge. 22, folios 72 Ac, of the Land Rscerds of
Washington ceunty, D C. I will seH at public
auction, m freut of the premise?, at six o'clock ?
M., en WEDNESDAY. the31stdayof August A.
D..li?w. Lots Nos. 1, 2,3. and 4, in 8quareNo.
658, fronting on Georgia avenue, between Half and
First street? west, int.be city of Washington, to
gether witv all the improvements, consisting of
Slaughter House. Ice Uonse, Ac.
Terms of sale: Oi e third in cash; and the re
rca'nder in equal payments in 6 and 12 months,
with interest from day of saie, secured by deed of
trust.
Terms to be complied withia five days from day
ofeH'e otherwise the Trustee reserves the right to
resell at the risk and cost of the first purchaser
after one week'a notice.
Convey auclng, including stamps, at tbe purcha
ser's expense.
WM. H. WARD.Trustoe.
aul7-e*Ade JAS. O. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts?
?
Y GREEN ft WILLIAMS. Auctioneers.
BEAUTIFUL FARM OR COUNTRY SEAT AT
AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, the 30th inst., we shall sell,
at ? o'clock p. m.. on tb? premises, that beautiful
piece or parcel of land attached to the former res
idence of H. W. Blunt. Esq .near Tennallytown,
about one and a half miles from Georgetown, on
the Roekville Turnpike road. Tbi? land adjoins
the lands of Messrs Loughborough and Carter,
and Mr?. A. J. Lyle.
This sale pres.-n,s a rare opportunity to a gen
tleman wishing a tine country seat, the neighbor!
ing society beiuir the very best, and possessing ?11
the advantages ?>? proximity to town and ma set.
Tho view ia?beautiful, commanding a prospect of
from twelve to seventy miles, of the most pic
turesque and romantic scenery. The soil is kind,
and well adapted to the cultur of a vegetable gar
den, tbe most of it having a eautiful southeast
exposure. Tbe land, which contains about twen
ty-five acres, is snsceptible of division into three
or more lots, each of which contain beautiful
building sites, and will be soli in separate lots, if
desired,
We respectfully invite the attention of persons
wi?-hine to purchase a handsome Fite for a private
residence, and the public in ?ener/il to this sale,
as it presents very rare inducements, and the sale
will te well worthy of their attentio.i.
Terms: One-halt ?ash; balance ?n six months,
for note bearing interest. A deed eiven and a
deed ef trust taken. Title indisputable.
au 24-d GREEN ft WILLIAMS. Auct*.
?
Y JAS. C. McGUIRE ft CO.. Auctioneers.
HANDSOME BUILDING LOT ON NORTH* H
STREET. BETWEEN loTH AND 11T1I
STREETS WEST.
Ou WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, August 31, at
fiS o'clock, on the premises, we shall ?ell a very
d?sirai la Building Lot, on the north side of II
Mreet north,between 1'ith ani 11th street- west,
fronting 3.? fe.-t 1 inches and running back V'S feet,
with the privilege of a '-ite foot alley running into
1 th street.
This Lot is finely located, in an unexceptionable
neighborhood, for a private residence, and the
-ale should command the attention of persons
seeking fine building sites.
T'tm?: Oue-balf'ash; the remainder in six and
twel ? e months, with interest, secure?! by a deed of
trust on the prt mise?.
Conveyance? ;i>-.d stamps at the cost of the pur
? an 2rt-'d JAS. C. MCGUIRE A CO., Aucts?.
?
Y J. C. MoGUIRS A CO., Auctioneer?.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF LOT CORNER OF
NORTH G MREET ANDBLKVENTH STREET
BAST.
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, August 31st,
at ? o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell Lot No.
1. in Square 95U, fronting M feet on north G street,
at the corner of 11th street east, and running back
75 feet.
Terms cash.
Cost ?f conveyances to be paid by the purchaser,
au 23 d J.C. McGUIRE A CO., Auct?.
?
Y GREEN ft WILLIAMS, Auctioneer?.
No. 5.ti corner 7th and D streets north.
A GOOD TWO STORY FRAMB HOUSE AND
LOT ON SIXTH STREET. BETWEEN G AND
H STREETS NuRTII, AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY, the 31st inst., at > o'clock p.
m., we shall sell, in front of the premises, part
of Lot la, in square 486, with the improvements,
consisting of * TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE,
containing seven good roems, also a good alley
back of the lot. Any one wishing to purchase s
residence will do well to attend the pale.
Terms : Une-balf cash, balance in three and six
months, secured by a deed of trust on the prem
ises.
All conveyancing and revenue stamps at the cost
of the purchaser.
au 25 d GREEN ft WILLIAMS. Aucts.
?
Y W. ?. LEWIS ft Co., Auctioneers.
LARGE LOT OF PAWNBROKER'S GOODS AT
AUCTION.
THURSDAY, September 1st. at 9? o'clock, at
store No. 307 Penn. avenue, we ehall sell a large
stock of a Pawnbroker, embracing 60 fine Gold
and Silver Watches, Gold Chains, Rings. Sets of
Jewelry, ftc Also, lot of Men and Women'?
Clothing, i*hoes, Bry Goods, Books, Musical In
struments. Platfd Ware, with a large variety of
other g'ods.
At private sale, a 'plendid Resewood "-octave
PIANO on- of tbe best in the city.
W.B.LEWIS ft 00..
au 29 [Chron.l Auetioneers.
?
Y JAS. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers.
FURNITURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS OF
A FAMILY DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING.
On THURSDAY MORNING, September 1. at 10
o'clock, at lf?4 F street^next to the corner of 19th
street, we shall sell the Furniture and Effects of a
family declining housekeeping, comprising?
Mahogany Parlor Furniture, finished in Plush and
HairCloth
Walnut Whatnot? and Fancy Tables
Marble-top Center Table. Cerner Stand
Bush and Cane-teat Chaire
Brussels and Ingrain Carpets, Oil Cloth
Gilt Window Shades, Rugs
Two Extension Dining Tables
Mahogany.Walnut and Painted Cottage Furniture
Mattresses Bolsters, and Pillows
Cooking and other Stoves
Together with tbe usual assortment of Kitchen
Utensils.
Terms cash.
au -0-d J. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Aucts.
?
Y WM. L. WALL ft CO., Aucts.
At the Horse Bazaar, 0- Ls. evenne.
SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES, &C. AT AUC
TION.
On THURSDAY MORNING, September I, com
mencingat 1'? o'clock, we will sell, at our Bazaar,
and Repository, comprising about?
TWENTY FIVE HORSES.
Full description at sale.
Also?
An assortment of Carriages. Top and No-top Bug
gies, Sutlers' Wagons, Rockaways, German
towns, Harness, Ac.
au 31 It W. L. WALL A CO.. Aucts.
?
Y GREEN ft WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE OF LOT OF GROUND.
On TUESDAY, tbe 6th instant, at 6 o'clock p.m..
we shall sell, in front of the premises, part of Lot
No. 9, in Square 523, having a front of 83 feet 1>
inches on New Jersey avenue, between north M
and ? sts. This lot is very handsomely situated,
having an east front, in a commanding position.
Term : Half cash; balance in 6 and 12 months,
fer rotes bearing interest.
All conveyance, stamps, ftc . at cost of purcha
ser.
Twenty dollari will be required when the prop
erty is knocked off.
Title indisputable. _
au 31d GREEN ft WILLIAMS, Aucts.
?
Y GREEN ft WILLIAMS. Auctioneer?.
No, 5?6, corner of 7th and D streets.
HOUSESOLD FURNITURE. Ac., AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY, the 3d of September, at ?oo'clk
a. n. . we shall sell atour Auction rooms, viz :
One Rep Covered Parlor Suite, consisting of So
fas, Eat y and Side Chairs, Haircloth Sofas,
Chairs and Rockers
One handsome Walnut Chamber ?sett, consisting of
French i;?ds'.ead. Dressing Bureau, Wash
tard. with marble top, Wardrobes, Chairs and
Bocker . _ _
Painted Chamber Sett
Cottage Bedsteads, Wardrobe?. Washstand?
Tables Chairs, Desks and other t urniture
Hair. Husk and other Mattresses
Feathers, Pillows, Bolsters
Brussels snd Three-ply CarpeU
Cooking. Radiator and other Stoves
And many other articles which we deem unneces
sary to enumerate. _?..- ??. . __
Terms cash, as the goods are knocked off.
au sud OREEN ft WILLIAMS, Aneto.
URNI
IIMPORTANT TO
AND OTHERS
_ W#> invite the attention of all
?"?^?"?"uarabne who are in want of FURNI
TUREurHOSSEKBBPING GOOD8 to call and
examine our large and extensive assortment,
which we are prepared to offer
/AT GRBAT BARGAINS,
thereby making it an important item in the sale??
tionof FURNITURE
end other H0UgBKEBpIN<} GOODS,
always to be found st the well known establish
meni;of McGREGOR ? ZIMMERMANN
No. 630 Seventh street, between
an 26-eolm Louisiana av and Dst .east side.
?f AF OF RICHMOND AND SUBRO??d???
AUCTION SALES,
FUTURS DATS.
D Y JAS. 0. McGUIRB A CO.. An,ti
PEREMPTORY SALE ????? BUILDING ?/)t?
ON 7?? AND -?? 8TRBST8. BETWEEN R
AND S 8TREBTS NORTH. "
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, September 1 at?
o'clock, en the premise?, we shall sell parts of Lata
Nos. t and IX. in Square No. 419. subdivided into
three Lota fronting 20 feet each on 7th street,
between R and S streets north, and running baok
ino fret, ani three Lots of a similar site Immedi?
at*1y in tbe rear and fronting on 8th street.
Terms: One-third in cash, the remainder in r, and
12 moni hs. with interest, secured by a deed of trust
ODthe premises.
.Conveyances and stamps at the cost of tbe per?
chaser.
___? 25-d_JAMES C. McGUIRB AOO.. Aucts.
g Y JAS. O. MoGUIBS A CO., Auctioneer?.
8>i'ii.nIVvCKBS2r,8??ND LOT ON MABT
AT AUCTION TWK1N 4'? AND 6TH aT8??
On THI-B8DAY EVENING. Sept. 1st, st six
o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell part of Lot
T. in subdivision of Lota 7, 8. in and 11 in Square
No. 492. fronting IS feet on Maryland avenue b#t
4 ' .? and 6th streets, running back 145 feet to ? wide
Sublic alley, and improved by a two-story Uriah
welling now occupied as a Bakery.
Terms : #1.00? cash; balance in ? and 12 months,
with interest, secured by ardeed of trust oath?
premises.
Conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser.
au23 dts J. C. Mod 1'IRB ft CO., Auct?.
Y W. It. WALL A CO., Auctioneer?.
Southwest corner Pa. avenue and 9th at.
DT THOMAS BOWLING, Auct'r; Georgetows.
GROCERIES. LTQUOBsT PLATFORM 80ALSS,
SOORE FIXTURES, Ac. Ac, AT AUCTION.
On FRIDAY M.'RNING, 8ept. 2d. at 10 o'clock,
I will sell at the corner of Montgomery and Dun
barton streets, a general assortment of Grocer i ee.
Liquors, Platform Scales, Store Fixtnres, Ac, Ac.
Terms cash.
anan _TH03. DOWLINQ. Anct'r.
?
BLACKSMITH 8 TOOLSj BELL0W8, Ac. A?.,
n ?__,_,_AT AUCTION
On SATURDAY MORNINO. 3d September, at M
? . ? ?we W|U ?ell, in front of the Auction Rosaaa,
lots of Blacksmith's Tools, Ac, comprising?
???' Bellows, 3 Anvils, 2 set* Stocks. Dies an*
Taps
1 Patent Axle Setter
1 cast-iron Swedge Block
1 cast iron Mandrill
Sledges, Fullers' Tongs
And a general assortment of Tools, large and
small; all that is requisite in a well ordered akep
of the kind.
Terms, cash.
au 30 WM. L. WALL A CO., Aacta.
?
Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. Anctioseera
TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE, STABLE. AN?
CARRIAGE HOU8B, AND LOT, ON TUB
ISLAND. AT AUCTION.
On FRI DAY, the 2d of September, at 6 o'clock p.
m., we shall sell, in front of tbe premises, south of
one third part of Lot 26, in Sq'.a'e 5H. having s
front of 22 feet in inches, on 3d st. west, between
F and G streets south, running bark UM feet to an
alley, with the improvements, which is as follow?:
A good two-story Frame House, with a good Stable
for five horse.; also. Carriage HouRe for two hack?,
with good Hay Loft, suitable for any backman
purpose.
Terms made known on tbe day of sale.
All conveyance and revenue stamps at the cost ef
the purchaser.
an ?d GREEN ft WILLIAMS. Aucts.
?
Y JAMES C. McGUIRB ft CO., Auctioneer?.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF BUILDING LOTS FOB
ACCOUNT OE ST. JOHN'S 0II?KCH
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Beptemb-r ?th. at
6 o'clock,on the premises by order of the Vestry
if St. Jobas Cburch.we shall sell the whole of
Square No. 27?. fronting respectively on 12th end
13'h sts. west and north R and S sts ; tbe whole
sublivided into fifty twe fine building lots, each
with access to a public alley.
P.ats may be obtained of the Auctioneers or on
the premises? at the time of sale.
Terms : One-third in cash; the remainder fi and
12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust
on the premises
Cost of conveyances end stamps to be paid by tk?
purchaser.
au.!i-d JAS. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Aucts.
?
Y JAS. C. McGUIRB A CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE O* BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH H. BETWEEN
13TH AND 14TH STREETS WBST.
Bv virtue of a deed of trust from William H.
Clampittaud wife, dated the 23d day of Septem
ber, eighteen hundred and fifty eight, and duly re
curded in Liber J. A. S., No. loi, folios 437, 438,and
4.?9, one of the land records for Washington coun
ty. District of Columbia, I will sell at public auc
tion, on the premises, on WEDNE8DAY AFTER
NOON, September7th, at 6 o'clock, all that lot or
parcel of land in the city of Washington, and Dis
trict of Columbia aforesaid. )>eing part of Lots
numbered one. twenty-nine, and thirty, ft, 29,30,)
in Square numbered two hundred and fifty, (250.)
as said Lots and Square are marked, laid down ans
distinguished on the plan of said city; beginning
tor said part at a point on the line of H street
north, eight feet four inchests feet 4 inches least
of the southwest corner of said lot numbered one.
and running thence aast sixteen feet eight inches,
(l*i teeth inches,) thence north ninety-two feet?
(92 feet. ) thence weas sixteen feet eight inches. ? ??
feet 8 inches,) thence south ninety-two feet (97,
feet) to the place of beginning, improved by a well
built brick boute with all the modern improve
ments.
This property lies just east of the D?menos,
buildings, and opposite the Presbyterian Church,
and is one of the most desirable residences of its
class in tbe city.
Terms : One-half of the purchase money in cash:
?.v>> of which must be paid down at the time oc
s ile, tbe remainder, with interest, in Smonta?. A
deed will be given and a deed of trust taken tose
cure the deferred payment.
All conveyances, including revenue stamps, at
the cost of the purchaser.
Should the terms of sale not be complied with
within three days, the Trustee reserves th? ri ?ht
to re-sell at the risk anil expenses of the purcha
ser, a: .er giving one week's notice in the National
Intelligencer, or other newspaper published in
Washington,
JNO. D. McPIIBRSON, Trustee.
an 22 d_J.O. McGUIRB A PP., Anets.
CALB Of CONDEMNED QUARTERMASTER'S
? STORES.
Chief Quartermasttr',s Offici, Washington Depot, I
WASHIHOTOB. D. C, Aug. 27.1864.1
Will be rold at ?ubili auction, at Government
Warehouse ??. 5. New York avenue, between 18th
aDd i9th streets, Washington city, D. 0 on TUES
DAY, September 6th, 1864, at 11 o'clock a. m., a let
of Quartermaster's Stores, condemned as unfit for
use or issue, viz :
A large lot of Stoves and Stove Pipe. Boiler?,
Ovens. Old Iron. Carpenter'? Teols, Desk?,
Chairs, Scales. Shovels, Grindstones. Hardware,
Brooms. Buckets, Pans, Old Copper. Brushes, ftc*.
Ac
Successful bidders will be required to remov?
the stores within five days from the date of sale.
Terms cash, in Government funds.
D ? RUCKBB,
Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster.
sn27-9t_Depot of Washington.
OFF1CB DEPOT COM'Y OF BUB8I8TBNCB.
Washington. D. C. August 26.1364.
Will be sold at Public Auction on MONDAT,
September 5th, 1864, at 11 o'clock a. m., at the 6th
street Wharf, Washington, D- C. the following
public property, in good condition, viz :
One Thousand (1,0-0) Beef Hides, salted.
Fifty two 152) Beef Bides, dry.
Eleven ( 11 ).Sheep Skins.
Terms : Cash in Government funds _
8. C GREENE.
an 27-6t_Captain andQ. 8. ?.
OFFICE DEPOT COM'RY OF SUBSISTING*.
Washington, D. 0,, August 29. 1864.
GOVERNMENT SALB.
EMPTY BARRELS, BMPTY BARRBLB.
Will be sold st public auction, at 6th street
Wbarf Washington, D. 0., on the 5th day of Sep
tember, 1864. at 11 o'clock a. m . the following
empty Barrels, more or less :
4>0Pork Barrels,
2,483 Flour Barrels.
894 Coffee Barrel?.
266 Molasses Barrels,
135 Whisky Barrels. ,
?32 Promiscuous Rarreis,
43 Bam Tierces.
856 Vin:gar Keg?.
Also. - Iarse lot of Staves and Reading?.
Terms: Cash, in Government fund?.
AL purchase? to be removed m teo?sy? after
Bale. O. C. QBBINS,
au SMS_ Captain and C. 8. T.
A CCTION SALE Of CONDEMNED HORSES.
Was Dip.RTMBKT, Cavai.it Bubia?, 1
QMce of Chief (?uartermaster, I
?.? _ . Washington, D. C, August 3, 1864.1
, Will be sold at Public Auction, to the highest
bidder, at the times and places named below, via:
Reading, Pennsylvania. THURSDAY, August If,
1S64.
Altoona, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY. August U.
1864.
Lebanon, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY. September
1,1864.
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY. Ben?
temberd. 1S64. _
TWO HUNDRED (100) CAVALRY HORSES, at
each place. _
These horses have been condemned as sn8t for
the cavalry service ef tbe arm y.
For road and farming purposes, many good bar
gains may be had.
Horses sold singly.
Terms cash, in united State? currency.
JAME8 A ERIN,
Lt. Col. and Chief Quartremaater,
?u S-tseS_ ._Cavalry Bur??.
DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP -Th?
Copartoexa?in exjstiu* betweea EDWARS
OWKN andB?'t W.oW-fN. in the Mil, tar, an?
? "trai Menfcant Tailoring, under tbe arm U
E OWEN ftTJON.for the last 20 years, is tbis day
by mutual consent. The business In future wiB
be conducted by SAM'L W.0WBN, at their eia
stand,U19 Pennsylvaaia avenue, to whoa pay
ments will be made ef all outstanding debts dae
tbe late Bras. E OWEN. _
Angast-ttise?. [anllm] SAM'L W. OWBN.
REfBIG.lRATORS, ?????_
WATER GQ0LER8,
AT COSTI AT costr
We would call the attention of thepab- -
lie to our ?took of RRFRIGBRATOBB
and WATER COOLERS, which, we are ?
closing out at prime cost We advise ?ill
in quest of tbe abeve article? to giva us s*_*
call and be sure of s bargain H BON??,
Successor to Sont? ft Grill th,
an S-tw SftB Tth ?treet. near I.
DYETBBINARY 8?BGR0N.
R- J. B. McKAY, Member of the Royal Y. ?.
College, Edinburgh. AU Diseases ?rtbe,
Harae treated in the moat scienti flc aa
nor. Charges moderate. Also, Bor?
bought and sold on commission. Oic# ??? 9?
Howard'?, a street, betweea ffch sad *h, Wash
Ington. ss 5 im

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