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??G8?????8 TO NIGHT. Cabterbi ry ?The nightly entertainments at this popular hail are pleasing- indeed Tnere are ??ones, dances, pantomimes, dramas and Ethiopian act. by the best performers in the concert ball busiriess. Besides, just at this time, Mr. John Deuier, the noted gymnast, is ?performing here. Ford's Thkatbr.?Dickens' dramatization of " Dombev end Son" is announced for to right Mr Florence will appear for the first time here as ? Captain Cuttle" and Mrs. Flor ence ss ?? Su?an Nipper.'' If Florence rende -s this character as well as he does others, the entertainment will be a rich ?ne indeed, es pecially as he is sustained by an admirable company. GnovBR'e Theater?"The Heir at Law," and the farce of "bundnckerty's Pic-nic," are announced for to-night atGrover's. It should he remembered that this is the last nicht but Jour of the Warren comedy combination, a company in every way worth seeing aud hear ing. Mr. Wm. Warren is first class, as indeed are all of the company. Hambi .ibr, the great magician, opened last at Odd Fellows' Hall, 7th street. There was a good audience m attendance, and all were pleasantly m>stifled. His trick* and diablerie are udmirable, and each ene elicited much ap plauee. Varieties.?Fitz Simmons has revived his play of "The 1?emale PicBpocket of Washing ton." It professes to be a picture of high and iow life in the Capital City. There is also a good bill of song, dance, <fcc. -?? The Lini-'oln and JohssonClcb had an other rustine last night, at the hall of the Union League A number of new members were ei.rolled. Sp??e bee were mad?? by Capt, Beardsley, of New York, Thomas C. Connol ly, of this city, and others. While Mr. Con nolly was speaking a dispatch was read an nouncing the great Union victory in Maine, whiota announcement created much enthu siasm and great cheering. Tbe presiding officer remarked tbat it had been frequently asserted that beads of depart ments retained men in responsible positions who were guilty of disloyal practices. He de sired to state that Secretary Stan ton was not one of them, for a provost marshal had just been removed for that cause. A gentleman wished an assistant provost marshal nearer home could be induced to quit the Copperhead organization, of which he is a member, or resign his position. A resolution was adopted authorizing the executive committee to arrange with the tele graph companies to furnish the club, at its rooms, with all important telegrams pending tbe approaching election. With three cheers for Maine the club ad journed. --??? Ship's Galleys.?For a long time it has been a desideratum to have a ship's galley for cooking the food of the men, where hard or anthar. ite coal may be used instead of wood, and numerous attempts have been made in ?various parts ot the country to supply this want with but little success, it being difficult ?to obtain a dratt at sea sufficient for a hard coal fire. Several months ago the attention of the me? names at the various Navy Yards was called to the matter, and two galleys have been made, the first by Mr. Wm. Young of our Navy Yard, and the other by Mr. Prescott, a master workman in tie Portsmouth, ?. H. Yard, and the two are to have a trial at sea for six months. Mr. Prescott's having already been plated on the steamer Taconey, and Mr. Young's is shortly to be placed on the 3Iatta basseu, and ? 1- understood that the galley proving the be-r adapted lor the purpose will be adopted by the department and substituted for the ??alle>s now in use. Mr. Y'oung's galley attrae s much attention. It has an importaut advantage in havmg a larger amount of ba king suriace than any other and occupies but a email space. Diep in the Station ????e?About 8'? yesterday mornlDg, officer Howard, of the Fourth Ward, picked up a man, who was lying apparently drunk in the street, aud took him tothestation hou-e. He gave his name as Tbos. l'uni, ii. is about forty years of age, an Irishman by birth and a laborer by profession. He was placed in a cell but was not locked up. He soon appeared to be sick, and the officer got a permit to carry him to the poorhouee, but unfortuna'ely the wagon was late coming to tbe station. About 1 p. m. he was asked by the officer In charge if he wanted some water, and he replied that he did not. An hour later the officer visited the room and the poor fellow was dead. The coroner will be notified to hold an inquest if be shall consider it neces sary. Skei'Akdlei?.?Un Thursday last, a young man named John Shepherd was arrested by officer Shelton on the charge of committing an assault and battery on Mary A. Washington, an old colored woman residing the headquar ters of the Engineer Brigade, (Navy-Yard,) and he was taken before Justice Cull, and a partial hearing was had, resulting in his being held to bail for a turtber hearing on the fol lowing evening. Shepherd appeared at the appointed time, and another examination was entered into, but tbe case was not concluded, ?Saturday afternoon being set for the final hearing. He, however, did not make his ap pearance, and on inquiry no tidings of him could be obtained, other than he bad left home. ????G?.t with A RA20R.?Sunday afternoon ?George Davis, a colored barber, went to the bouse of Jobn Mudd, colored, on 3d street, be tween Penna and Missouri avenues and kicked upa row with the litter's wife in rela tion to some washing. Mudd took the part of bis wife, and Davis becoming enraged drew a razor and cut Mudd on the arm and then knocked him down. Davis was arrested Sun day night by officer Skinner in Tin Cup alley, and in the morning he had a hearing before Justice Boswell who fully committed him for conrt. --?e? Disorderly Fbminibbs.?Y'esterday morn ing btiore daylight Emma Corbett and Emma ?Cover, two gay damsels from Austin's Cove, went to the residence of a young man ou 6th street, near Pennsylvania Avenue, and dis turbed his repose especially, and that of the neighbors generally, by rapping at his door, screaming, cussing some, and using language of a ??ery indecent character. Officer McCol gan arrested them and took them to the Uh ward Station-house, where they remained un til the trial hour, when they were discharged upon paying fines amounting in the aggregate to ?l-.oo. --?a? A Complaint?A'duor xt<ir.? Willyou please oblige one of your subscribers by inserting the following in your valuable paper 1 ?At 10 o'clock p. m , on tbe 11th inst , I had occasion to procure medicine for a person s til lering intensely, but though I tried five dif ferent Drng Sbires on Penn'a avenue, and af ter almost pulling the bells down at each of them, I conld not obtain admission. ? Do these Druggists imagine that medicines are only required by the public during the time tbey please to keep their stores open r* Washib<?ton, Sept. 12th. Justice. Smashing Things Genbbally.?Y'esterday morning, Charles Bennett and Francis Kelly, two citizens, workiug at Giesboro, went into Wolf's restaurant, ou l Uh street east, near the Navy Yard Bridge, and kicked up a row, as saulting the proprietor's wife, taking the dishes from the table, and smashing things generally. They weie arrested by officer Grant and taken before Justice Cull, and committed to jail for conrt. -Up. Till I.iftin?. ?Yesterday morning, the shop of John Haystump, near the "Branch" Hospi tal, east of the Capitol, was entered while the family were at breakfast, and the till robbed of about to in change. Suspicion tell on a colored girl named Mary Grandson, and she was arrested yesterday afternoon by officer Harrison, and she was taken before Justice ?Call, when some money found on her person was identified by Mr. Haystump, and she was committed to jail for court. --e? Hbavt Robueby.?Last night the Grocery store of Met-ars. Thomas and Jones on 7th street east, between G and I streets south, was entered by -???>? thieves who effected an en trance by forcing open the back door. The desk was op?-ued iti. supposed by means of a false key, aud robb??d of about twenty-one hundred dollars. No clue bas been obtained as yet to the thieve?. The same was robbed about a year since, of about two thousand ?dollars. WttirpsBHie Fathbb.?On Saturday Dennis Solly, an old colored man went to a store and bought liquor, and tuen procured a warrant against the man for selling without license. Holly's ??? John, a youth of aboat 30. hearing ot the action of bis father, went to his house and whipped bim. The latter was arrested by officer Barker and taken before Justice Bo? well, who held him to bail to keep the peace. Thi Sbmmbs Hotel.?The flue hotel build ing which haa teen lately erected by our enter ??rising citizen, Mr. John H.Senates, on Louis ana evenne, between ?th and 7th streets, Iu been leased by Mr William R. Slayter, and will be opened at an early dsy, and conducted ?n tbe Europ?en plan ? ? I.a dibs, note tbe fact that S. M. Meyenberg, arder the Avenue House, Is selling at reason able prices a large stock of cheap dry goods, as dress patterns, cloaks, shawls, linens, un derclothing, dress fare, ?kc. See advertise ment. _ Carat fBAL**Joi'BT, Judqe Fisher.?The court wss in session to-day, ont no business was ?transacted. BPKOIAL? NOTICES. JbwbYrv-Cluster Set??. Bea? ti fu I Crystal sad Cluoter Jew?lry ; ??o'h ladleaaad eon ti em en'a we?-; at the Dollar Jewelry 8t3r?, 43*3 Peen, svenne, near 4H street. It* Ter MiniOAB ?ho wa? rnhbe?i Snodar morning, he nth. was ii-tj hn Ma 1 ??ran . th ? boot and ?ho. maker, bn' John Mariigin who ?.-eoa th. liquor Store, on 4th atree?, betw.aa Q aad H it* Nfw Asn Simplifibp Mbthod ros Pia?io-fortb AMD Bimoinc?l'r: fe.sor Alexander Wol??w?ki h*? opened U?!;??' and Genvl?-m.n's Afternoon and Evening Singing Claaae* on tbe rnos? libersl term?. By Professor WolowaHi'e new m^thod, a pe'son Laving only a alight knowledge of inuaic will be en abled in a ver? short time to ex?"vit. on the piano operatic and classical mu?lo wi'h rare perfection. AMo tbe vocal ? art he arrivesat moa? extraordint ry results, render? the voice ?owerful; and enables the sineer to voca'ize with facili 'y and accuracy. All those who would like to t?ecom* In- Blasers or excellent performer?? will ?ntT their rsasBS? at hi? r??idence. No. 4 ??? Tenth ?tr*?et. above Peno ?ylvania .v, nue. Reception houra are from MJ to Jl a. m. and 6 to 7 p. m. sep9-lm Cos?tSv Bunions, Inverted Nail?, and of'erdie ord??re?Ff th?* feet, when oeglectel inj'ir? the ??? eral syH*em by preventing ?he Ixwlv from taking that natural ex.reise ?? conilucivy to heal h. To all affi iced with thee terrib'e ev'ls we would re commend an early call at Dr. White'? office. No. 424 Penna av . bet. ?S and 6th ata. Woo would puffer torm-?nt from dia .rd??red fe?t when a aure rem??<1v is ?so near at hand, and can he effected without pain. Office open from 8 a. m. lo 8 ? m. sep 7-tf_m Krombb's (Upium's! Hair Dtk. Fifty Cents a Box, Boxes larger than Dye? thst sell for SI. Natural, durable, beautiful. Warranted to please This ar ticle has been thoroughly tested by Dr. Chiltojc, of New York, and Profs. Eooth and Oarrett. of Philadelphia, who prononnce it free from all poi eonoua ingredients, and the material composing i will not injure the moit delicate hair. Sold by Druggists aad Fancy Goods dealer? everywhere. Jons J. KaoMBB,8ole Proprietor, 403 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Pa. Dnt'SEBN.XRSs CrjBBD. The inebriate may now bid defiance to the tempt ing cup. Dr. Zane'? antidote for strong drink is a certain cure for drankenness. It create? a die like for strong drink, and can be administered without the knowledge of the patient. Descriptive circulara sent to any address. For sale by all respectable Druggists in the United States sad Canadas. Price SI per box, or packages Of six boxes for $5. Jobb J. Kp.dber. Wholesale Agent, 403 Chestnut street, _ Philadelphia, Pa. Da. Rand's SFECiric. Tbe oldest and most reliable medicine for tke cure of Spermatorh?a, Seminal Weakness, Lose of Power, &c. This medicine has stood the test of over thirty year?, and has always proved a success AV. Rand's Specific is exhibited in the form of pills, made np entirely of substance? thst have a specific effect upon the generative organ?. Most persons associate the idea of operations upon the beweis from taking any kind of pills. The Specific of Dr. Rand Is not intended as an evacuating medi cine. Its medical virtues are expended entirely upon tbe impaired generative organs. The pill? are not unpleasant to tbe taste, and many persons masticate them with impunity before swallowing them: which plan we would always recommend,as afiording the speediest way to get the effect of the remedy. Price 81 per box, or six boxes for S3. Sold by Druggists everywhere. Joun J. Kbombr, Wholesale Agent, 403 Chestnut etreet. au Gl-eoly_Philadelphia, Pa, A Nbw Pbbfcmb ros thi Rabbesbobibp. Fhalon's "Night Blooming Oereus." Phalon's "Night Blooming C?reas." Phalon's "Night Blooming Oereus." Phalon's "Night Blooming Oereus." Phalon's "Night Blooming Cerea?.' Fhalon's "Night Blooming C?reas.'' F ha! on's "Night Blooming C?reas." A most exquisite, delicate and fragrant perfume distilled from th? rare and beautiful flower from which it takes it? name. Manufactured only by PbALOB 4 Son, N. T. BBWaRS OP 00UBTBRt>BIT8. Aek /ob Phalon's??a? ? bo Othbb. Je 16 3m gold by druggists generally. Colgate's Hobby Soap, This celebrated Toilet Soap, in euch universal demand, ia made from the choicest materials, is mild and emollient in it? nature, fragrantly scent ed, and extremely beneficial in its action upon th? skin. For aal. by all Druggists snd Fancy Goods Dealers. _JaSB-eoly Bbobbt Disbabbb. &*rane?-iiaa' ? Gift la the moat certain, safe and effectual remedy?Indeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever disco y e red. Cure? in two to four days, and recent eases in twenty-four hours No m ner al no balsam, no mereury. Only ten pills to be taken. It is the soldier's hop?, and a friend to those who do not want to be exposed. Mai. package?, sj2; female, 83. Samaritan's Root and Herb Jut res? Apositive and rsrmanentour? for 8yphilis,8crofuIa, Ulcera, Sores pota. Tetters, Ac. Price ?f l,or six bottl.s for 91 Bold by 8. 0. Ford. See advertisement. ml Diseases op tbb Nbbvodb, Sbbibal, Usinait and Sbxual Ststbns?nsw and reliable treatment ?in Reports of the Howard Association?Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address D. J. Bkillin H ou g ? ton, Howard Asso ciation. No. 3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Fa. _ J. 30? Jan ThsobbapbstabdbbstHaibDtb ibtbbWobld ?Never Fades or Washes Out? ?pham'e Hair Dy?, 10 cents s box. The bed in use. Try it. Bold by 8. t . Ford, corner 11th street and P.nn. avenue, Washington; sad Henry Cook, Alexandria. S6-1V _ Do You etlor yonr whiskers and moustache? If so, us. tbe "Japaneae Hair Stain." No hair dye in the world equal toit. Only one preparation. It color?? natural black or brown. Only s?cente a box. 8. 0. Pobb, te. Bole Ag ei .'-.3m 340 Pa. avena?. MARRIED, On the ?th inst., at the bride'? residence, by the R?-v. C. C. Meadows, GEORGE LEICHT, of Shrewsbury. York Counry. Pa., to Mine ANN ? IRGIMA MILLER, of Waabington, D C. Baltimore and Richmond paper? copy. On the nth of August, at McKendree para.maye. bv the Rev John Thrush. Mr JOHN H. OIIACN CKY and Bliss MARGARET A. JOHNSON, all of this city. * ? ? ? DIED, Oo the 12th instant, in the 70th year ef his ag?, GEOKGK COCHRAN. His funeral will take place from the residence of his ?on Geo. W. Cochran, No 497 ? street north, on Wednesday, the luh inst., at l? o'clock a. in. In this city.on th? momia, of the 13th instant, r LIZA BETH D. FULLER, wife of Bon.T.J.D. Fuller . after a protracted illness from disease of tbe heart. Funeral will take place at N". 3H3 ? street, cor ner of 12th. on the luh inat., at 2 p.m. Suddenly, on the 13th inst., GEORG ? ?. PADGETT, in tb. 18th year of hi? age. Th. friend? of the family are respectfully invited t>. attend hie fanerai, on te-morrow, the 14th, at 3 o'clock, from hie residence, on ? etreet, between 6th and '?th street? east. * On the 13th in"t., at 8 o'clock ?. m , of consomp tion, WM. N. WEST, In lb? fortieth year of his The friends and acquaintances of the family are invit?-d to attend his funeral onto morrow ? Wed nesday' afternoon, at 4o'clock from his late resi denee,4H street, 3d.orafiom F. * Ia Georgetown, 8ept. 12, Mrs CATHARINBOF 1'UTT.wWow of Renn ?. Offutt.aged ? years. Her funeral will take placeen Wednesday, at 3 o'clock, ? m., from th? residence of her daughter, Mr?. Samuel Rainer, No. 17 Firat street. Her family and friend? are invited. * DEMP8BY ?k O TOOLB. FASHIONABLE WEDDING CARDS. INITIAL STAMPINO, upen Not? Paper aud Envelopes. Every imaginan'? atyl? of ENGRAVING, Ac. 320 P.nn. avenue, bet. 9th and loth sta. sep 10-eo2t 1) RY GOODS ! DRY GOODS ! DRY GOODS ! Having last returned from the North with ? com piste stock, of FALL GOOD8, Wbich were bought for cash. I am enable?! to ??.-r ihe beat inducements t. customer? to give me ?tall. We have received PRINTS, COTTONS. TABLE CLOTH8, 8HBETINGS. TOWELING, yard wide COTTON at ?A enta. FRENCH WHALBBONE COCTILLB CORSETS $2.25. HOOP BEIR1 S.SOaprioaa. f.1.2*. BALMORALS all ?taalitiea, for Ladies aad Chil dren. A goed assortment of CA881MBR8. CLOTHS an 1 CA8INST8. for Men and r.oya w.ar. ALPACA DEL AI N S, BLANKETS. TABLE COVERS IRISH LINEN. ShIRT BOSOMS a. low ae 25 cents. BOYS FINE ?SHIRT BOSOMS 3.-; cents, too l.aen WOOL LEN STOCKINGS forchrldrea at ?A unti J? yarda SPOOL COTTON, .1 for 25 cents. Oftil early ?s goods are advancing. Renaeraber ?the New Stere. BEN J. NEW*? AH. sep 10 St?_443 7th airoet, near Qt Bjf? ??? BBL8 ONION8. 10 BBL3 BIOS, for sale ?\) ?t BLITZ'S Lumber irloar ?id Produce Bobs?, corase Indias? ?von?, ?ad ut street. sep IO-?*?? _WANTS._ WANTED-By a respectable woman, a SITUA TION a? chambermaid, t> d? general fi? me work. Address B^x No. U, Star o Woe._It* WA?TBP-B- a y ou n s man, a SITUATION in s stores? a.?talesman. Can give gojdr?*fer ence. Addr. sa ?. B, 8t?r offic^_It? \\? ANT?D-Two ROOD'S for boueekeep'og.one ?? iu-ni??d. State t-rms and particular?. Ad dress' LBWIS.?^ atthis ifflce_sep 13 3t" \\7?NT?D-A NURSP- Apply at No 4 46 Uth ?v street. b?.iwe>-n ? and F etreets. R*comm*_ datirne required. _ ??? 13 it" UTANTKD?A MAN ta sttcn-i to a stationary en- int? Situation permanent Apply at on. e to BALDWIN BROTHER, corner 1st and D streets. _sep 13-4.t* \\T ? ? ? ED?To buvTfor cash, a ?mall brick or *? frame DWELLING, within fir- aunar?* of the corner of uth and E streets. Adlresst" A C, Cit> Pr.it tlff-ce. sep 13 it* WAN I BD?By a ladv o' aererai yeirs' experi ence a SITUATION or. a sewing machine. Und.-rF-tnnos a? or? fittmg or aacv work Address ? II . Mir < ffi?e._RPp l'i tt* W ANTKH TO liENT-A medio ? sl^od D*EL LINO, now or any time prior to th?? 1st November. Add??M 6. L St?nt, (iarden stre?t, near Preston st., Baltimore City, sep 13-eod 2??/^ WANTKD-Pva widow woman, wit1! a boy nine yearg. a BITlTATTON in a rusppc'able fam ily as cook or waitress. Address Box 43, Star Of fice._aep 13 3t* WANTED ?By a respectable i'iidd Imaged woman, a SITUATION to take charge of children, or pood housekeepnr, or good cook. Pleawi- address Box 3?. StarOffice._ It* \\r AN Th D-? lady wishes BMPLOYMBNT ia v? writing. Will do copying f-r lawyers, or writing of any kind that she can tikp home. Ad dress'-R. P. M^..'^ through the pet office, se 13 3t* WANTED-At the Avenue.' HnuseTNo. 34 2~E street, between l?th and ? .th. two OYSTEK SHUCKKKSand one WAITER. Nene but good bands need apply. aep 13 3t* W ANTED ? M M ED ? AT ELY-A good O Y8T ER f? SnCCKKR at THIEME'S Restaurant, Pa av., between uth and 7th streets, Nary-Yard. sep 13 3t*_ _ _ WANTED-A SITUATION, by a yoang woman, as chambermaid <>r cook, in a small, private family. Apply at No. 89? 4th st., between G and H sts._U? WANTED?A SITUATION as clera or sales man, by an experienced your: . man. who has served three years in the army. Speaks and writes French, English, aud German. Address C. M., StarOffice._lt*_ WANTBD-A SITUATION, by a respectable girl, to nurse one child, or do chamberwork In a private fam'ly. None other need apply. Call for two days at Mr. McLaughlyn's, corner G and 26th streets. _it? WANTBD?A youna married ceuple d?sire to obtain FURNISB1D APARTMENTS, say two or three rooms and kitchen, suitable for housekeeping. Stating terms and location ad dress C. ?. ?.. at this office._sep i3-3t* WANTED? A goodiset of ROOMS or a small honte unfurnished, for a small family, In the vicinity of 6th at- and Pa. av. A good and steadr tenant can be obtained.by addressing R. and 8. Q , Post Office._sep 13J$t* WANTED-A SITUATION, by a middle-aged American woman, a* housekeeper, and can do any kind of sewing, cutting, and fitting, and will come quite reasonable. Please address to M. W., Pott Office._if ?1?? MORE GOOD DRESSMAKERS can find constant empl?ym?at immetiately by apply ing at Madame WURTENBERG'S Faahi.?nable Cloak and Dressmaking rooms. No. 4G0 Penna, avenue._it? WANTED?The nnd'Tsigned, a young man of 26, desires a POSITION ina wholesale ani retail Grocery business. Would furnish 91,000 or 81,.??? o, for which b? would expect a portion of the profits of the business. Adir?es J. ?. B., 330 Delaware avenue. Fep 13 3t*__Washinglon, D 0 \ir ANTED? A good RESTAURANT ????G?? ? * a good cook, stead ? work and 'he be<t wair?M will be given. Apply at JOS. SHAFFIBLD'S Con fer tionery.fith street.between G and H. sop J2-2t* WANT E DT MM ? DIATBLT? Three joarnevm-n CARPENTERS. Non? bat good hand? need apply at TURTON & LOWRY, on 12th st, above the Kirkwcod House. sep 12 .It T~CTRENT?A small Furnished HOUSE, or suite of Rooms with convenience for housekeeping. Must be in a respectable neighborhood. Address " ^V_?_*,t ?_*_! office, stating terms. Ac. Sep 12St? WAN ? E D^?lres pectabieTwh i t?~G ?RL for a*a ?rai housework. No washing. Apply, cor ner Carroll Piace. 1st and A streets, Capitol Hill, sep 12 .Ht?_ WANTED?A good CARRIAGE WOOD WORKT EB at WALTER A NE 'KER'S Carriage Factory. 346 D etreet, between 9th and h)th. sep 13 3t?;_ FURNI8HBD HOUSE WANTED.-An officer witb a small family deairea to rent for one year, a moderate sized well furnished House. Ad dresB stating particular*, location, Ac, Colon?!, Star Office._sep 12 3t? ANTED?By a voung man of business quali fication?, a SITUATION Is not particular what kind of business. Is willing to make himself usefcl. Address Mr. Marshall, 479 Oth etreet. sepl2-3t?_ WANTBD?A Respectable WOMAN, to do Chamber work, and take charge of a child four years old?She must understand plain s?win* Inquire at Mrs. A. E. Perry's, F street, between 6th and_7tb. No. ?13._sep 12 4f URNISHED H?U8E WANTED?A comfort ably furnished HOUSE, of moderate size, i? wanted immediately inthiacityor Georgetown. Central location preferred. Address Box No. 205 Washington city post office._sep 12 tf C~OACHMAN~WANTBD-For a private family. Those who can bring satisfactory testimonials of character, and competency, may apply between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock, to J. DENT. No. 45? Uth street. _sep 12-lw? WANTED?To purchase a comfortable DWEL LING HOUSB, containing about ten rooms, witb modern improvement situated in a good and healhy location. Address "A. B.'immediately through city post office, or app'y to J. O. Mc GUIRB'8 Auction Rooms._sep 12-3t? i~1TRL WANTBD?To attend table, do errand?, and F cbamberwork. Wanted at 1*55 G street, above 19th. _seplo-3t? COOK WANTED.?A finit rate COOK wbo is neat about her work, and will assist in washing. Wanted at 1 **."> g street, above 19th. sep M-3t* W"ANTED? A number of active, boneat BOYS, as messengers in the Independent Telegraph Office. Good wages can be made. Apply at 450 1st h street._ _ sep l"-iw WANTED?A respectable white WOMAN, to crok and assist in washing. Good references required. Apply at 343 3d street, between E and F, after 5 ?. m._sop l?-3t* WANTED?One large ROOM, or two medium size ROOMS, for a gentleman, wife and two children, in a respectable, quiet family, with b>ard. Address C. W. MORRIS, Ordnance Office, sep 10 3t* _ WANTED-A SITUATION as seamstress by a young lady. Has one ?*f Singer's best ma chinea. Private family preferred. Address Bliss MARY M. SANDERSON. iepl0-3t*_No. 341 7th atreet. WANTED?Two white GIRLS, one for washing and ironing, one for general housework. Those out of a boarding house preforred. Apply at KOHN'S, ?05 south D street, between 12th and 13th._sepl0-3t? WANTED?To purchase a -ubstantial modern built BRICK DWELLING, worth about $5,00n, between 6th and 15th streets and nor'h of Pa. av. All casta if an object. Address " A. B. C,"Star Office._sep 9-lw? SUBSTITUTES AND VOLUNTEERS WANT ED?100 MEN wanted, of all nationalities, to go ss volunteers or substitutes, to whom the high ? est bounty will he given on day of enlistment, with choice of 1st and 2d regiments D. C. Volun teers. GEO. H. CA98IDY. 446 8th street, be tween Penn. avenue and D street. _sep9-lw*__ |Rep AChtonl_ yy "anted, SECRETARY OF THE SPANISH LEGATION, A FURNISHED HOUSE, near 14th, 15th. or Ifith street, between ? and T, for six month? from October 1st. Address to Gay etreet, cerner of Congress, Georgetown. tep9 lw?_ WANTED TO ADOPT A CHILD FROM ITS ??????By a family without children. Ad dress, for one week, stating where the child may be seen. Mrs. CHAS. M. THOMAS, City Post Office. _sep8 6t* w F WANTED?Two Hundred COLORED MEN. Appi su 29 tr Apply at ?o 40 Water etreet, Georgetown. WANTED-Two steady, industrious ROYS, one each to learn the Harnesi and Trunkmakiog business. Apply at 500 7th street._au 29 tf OLD BOTTLES WANTED 1_ OLD BOTTLB8 WANTED I The highest cash price will be paid for? Whole Champagne Bottles. Half do. do. Pint Porter do. Pint Ale do. Pint Ale Jag?. Ac,. Ac, by RI LEY ?. 8HINN, Union Bottling Depot, Georgetown, D C. N. B.? Any person having large quantities of Old Bottles on band, can have them taken away by notifying me. tan 18-lm]_&._E? 8DINN. WANTED-By MORGAN A RHINEHART, at O etreet Wharf, 5.000 Toni GRKEN HOS PITAL AND CAMP BONB8, for which the high eat market price will be paid._au 13-eolm WANTS D-8B00ND HAND FURHITURB Also. MIRB0R8. 0ARPBT8, BBD8, HKD DING.and H0U8EFURN ISHING 0OOD8of er?ry description. ?. BUGHLY,49* 7th etreet. )e8tf bat ween Hand H. east side. THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be tween William 8. M atte we and John W Hmoot. under the name of W. 8. MATTHEWS A CO., was on the 17tb alt. disnolved by mutasi constat. Parties indents? will please call for settlement upon William 8. Matthews, at No. 49 Hich street. W. 8 MATTHEW?. JOHN W.8M0JT. Georgetown, P. C, Sept 8,1854. Tbe business wi'l be continued by W. 8. Mat thews, under the name of W 8. MATTHEWS A CO , and at the old sUnd. No. 49 High ?treat, where he will b? pl***?^ to serve hi? c un to-.eri. s#pVa>w4t-> WILLIAM 8. MATTHEW*. G BORG ETOWN ?OBPORATIOB STOCK. - Those persons who may be disposed to par ?hase Georgetown Corporation 8toek,whieh bears aa int. rest of six per cent, per annum, payable quarterly, can obtain som? by applying to Wtt DAlRD.dUrk afasia Corporation. ]?S-4t01 FOR BBNT AND 8ALE, tpOR PBNT-Oc. n-atly furnished front ROOM. Ne. Wl?i 1 etreet, between 13th ani jnh. WaaV ingten, D. C. aeplV.n rated, lighted with gas and provided with fix res. Appi Bepl2-dtf ture?. Apply at 333 F street, bet. 9th and 10th ste -?2-dtr APRIVATE Family has two neatly Furnished ROOMS for rent, (without board) to gentle men only. ?Apply at 360 Hth street, between L and M._ ?ep 12 3t* 1?OH RENT-? new BRICK UOUSB. containing 6 rooms, situated on the corner of 6th and A streets, Capitol Hill one square from the street cars. Apply at J. BROWN'S Restaurant, on the corner ofJ3th and Penn. avenae._sep 12-3t+ F?RRRNTVA well furnished HOUSE in the central part of the City, containing twenty rooms, partly filled with boarders. Splendid cook ing arrangement?. Inquire at Philadelphia House, Southeast Corner ??th and D etreet. _eepJ2 it*_ FOR RENT?Two large, pleasant PARLORS, on first floor, connecting with foldlng-doore, suit able for an office and bed-room, or housekeeping purposes. A large bafemtnt Kitchen will also be rented, if desir?d. The rooms will be rented un furnished. Apply at No. 130 Pennsylvania avenue, between 19th and 20th streets, before 8*? o'clock, or alter 4 o'clock in the evening. sep 12 2\* ( ?J.08LING HOUSE FOR SALE. The Proprietor of this popular and well-known Hotel and Restaurant intends to retire from busi ness, and offers hie well-known house for sale. Any one wishing to engage in a LUCRATIVE BUSINESS can call on the Proprietor, -217 Penn sylvania avenne, bet. 12th and I3tb sts. ????1.* lw* A BARGAIN?For sale aboat 6,0 ? square feet of T?? UND .one block from the We tern Mar ket, improved with eight tenements, which brins? $r>?? per month, rent. AHn. ?me Mule Wagon and Harness, and about xJsJOfeetof White Pine ti mber, Becend band, wiil bu sold cheap, as the .wner i?? having the country on account of failing health, lnbuire at the corner of Who le Island avenue an! Uth street._sep l.'-?t* FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Large LOT ani HOUSE containing 9 rooms, all new. Cin lie exchanged for small farm preferably. Itquire at StarOffice._sep 1?) 3t* SEVERAL NEAT AND NEWLV FINISHED ROOMS for rent, unfurnished, with privilege of cooking. Apply at the large f^arne c.ttage on ? street north, 3 doorn west of 14th st. sepin.it* FOR RXNT-Two story FRAME HOUSE, con taining four rooms, situated on ? street, be tween 18th ami 19th, No. ??O. seplO-St* PETER MrDONOUGH. ?O10RF TO RENT-Between 7th an? fith ?treete, ?C 40O D street. Inquire on the premi???. sep 13-3t? _^^ ir?.Rw?>V.K AT ?* BARGAIN-Th. 8TOCK sod *\ MATURES of M. L. Jnlihn's Fancy G ola Establishment. 806 Pa. av. For parteular? ap ply at th. store_sep 13 6t* A GENUINE ??8?G?88~???S?LE?Rnddor forth's LINING SALOON, seid only on ac count of siekasss, doing an excellent buaineas A ? pi y on the premises 14th street, between O ?nd^?ew York Ave., v>??hington, P.C. s ?? 13 3t* FOR RENT-A B?ARDINGTHOCSB, in oue of the best locations in the city ; a partof the fnr nitnre foreale rhe house is now filled with regu lar and g"od paying boarders. Apply between th? honre of io a. m. and three B. m., at 517 17th st.. between p. ?ve., and U st._ sep ? 3t* jp?i 8ALE.-A BRICK STOREROOM, with A Iea?e of ground, in a good locality, now doing a good business, with the atock of Groceries, is of fered on good term?. A small BRICK HOUSE, with large lot, 0 ar th?? corn? r of 7th street, and on G street. A fine three -tor? BRICK, on 13th street, be ;*T*'Pn b and Massachusetts avenue, new. well fin lehtd. brick carriage liuu??? ano etable, fruita??.d flowers in vard. Ac A TIN SHOP, doing a fin? bu-iness, with all the tools and fixtures. f,,r ?a'e reasonably. A 81 ORE on 7th street for stle. ? splendid HOUSE, new. Urge lot, fruit-, Ac, OB Capitol Hill, in a fine neighborhood, at ? bar gain HOTEL PROPERTY.-We ?fter the elegant Ca paris Hotel forcale, iu hiding furniture, bowliog alley, billiard tables, psloon sad stock, ?t a great bargain. Thia house contains forty rooms, and is doing a large business; has water, gas, and ev*;ry modern .,.,,...;.. ..*,?J?.,RKNT--A large FRAME HOUSE, on Cap itol Hill, with 8 rooms. F<r terms, Ac . call at HALL'S Real Estate Agency, Lite Hall* Eaton, corner of 7th and F steeets._sea 13-3t* FjM'RNlbHEb ROOM?*?At 3T3 Penn avenue House in new hands, renovated, Ac. For sale, a ? elvet Carpet and Plimton Bedstead, n.p 12 3t* FOR RENT-The STORE, with Fixtures, No.40(1 Massachusetts avenue, near 10th street, well located, and suitable for almost any kind of busi - n?s?. Apply on the premises._sep l?-3t* STOR?~TTTrENT-A good STORE, centrally lo cated. lighted with iras and nrovided with fir. C*OR RENT-? PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY. I having a splendid Sky Light. Connected with the Gallery are three convenient Rooms. Inquire on the premises. No. 540 Pennsvlvania avenue, between 1st and 2d sts , or of GREGORY ENNI8, 2??2 F st._ sep m-tf 1?0R SALE OR RENT-The large four-etory 1 BRICK DW ELLING HOUSE, No. 3**?*. on the north eide of north C -treet. between 31 street west and 4l? street, having a front of 2.?? feet on a lot 140 feet deep, with a stable snd carriage house building in the rear on an alley, 3? feet wide. Possession of the houre can be had in a few days. Apply at 400 H etreet, to BSrplo-lw* _J_JAMBS T0WLB3. FOUR FURNISHED ROOMS, Chambers, and Parlor, for rent, at No. S24 E street, between Pth .nd 'Jth. Also, two FRAME HOUSES for ral??._sep 9-lw* FOR RENT ?Two lar??, handsomely FUR NISHED ROOMS, one on first floor and one on second floor. Apply at 13*? G etreet, between 21st andad atreets._sep9 6t* FOR SALE?A LOT fronting on H etreet.between 4th and 5th etreet?, and extending back to Massachnset? s avenue 13? feet, and is tne beet lo cality for building in this part of the city. Can be had at ? reasonable price Apply at 604 H street north._gep9-lw* FOR RENT-? large FRAME HOUSE, contain? ing eleven room?, en Maine avenue,(Island.) between 3d and t;3 street?. Possession given im mediately. Apply to J. M. YOUNG A BR0.,403 Penn. avenue, near 4>? jtreet._sep7-eo3t* FOB SAL? BevwEBl SHANTIES, on leased ground, on 21st etrest, between F and G. In quire of GEORGE H. DARR, cerner 14th street and Rhode Island avenne._eepfi-lw* RARE CHANCE.?A furnished three story BRICK HOUSE for rent, within one square. of Willards' Hotel. For further particulars in quire of WM. H. FANNING, No. 501 14th et B?p6-lw* _ T"~HFTUNDERSIGNED WILL SELL AT PR? vats sale a tract of LAND, containing ?bout two hundred and fifty acre?, distant about 4 miles from the Capitol, over Benning's Bridge; about*) acres cleared,'and 45 in meadow; the balance in unsurpassed timber, mostly oak and chestnut. No improvement",except a small house. For further particulars address Box 3**?4, Washington. D. C or inquire of the subscriber, 1)? miles northeast of Benning's Bridge. -???th?, aep6 1m*_E. SHERIFF. FURNISHED ROOMB ?Single or suites of ROOMS, suited for the accommodation of offi cers of the army and others: also, PARLORS with folding door?; all just vacated, at 424 15th street, between New York avenue and II. sep 5-eo?t* FURNISHED ROOMS TO RBNT, without Board, to gtntlemen only?347 ? etreet, near 13th. Inquire of Mrs. ?. E. 8TEPHEN80N. an81-tf FOR RENT-The large and commodious ROOMS comprising the second, third and fourth sto ries over J. L Kidwell's new Drug Btore. on Bet. near corner of Pa. av. and 14th st., two doors be low Willard?' Hotel. ._..? . ?XTvm_T ? _au 29-tf_ _JOHN L. KIDWELL. 4~l*OR RENT?A ROOM on 15th ?treet, opposite the Treasury Department, adapted to the us? of a Banker or Broker, having connested with it a very commodious and substantial vault. In quire of WILLIAM ORME, No. 312 Penn ave., betweenl'th and Uth st?. _au 27-3w F^OR SALE?DRUG BTORE, BRICK H??8?and three BUILDING LOTS. Inquire at No. 4 Aft, M asa, avenue, near 6th at._su IS-Im* FOR SALE?A three etory and attic BRI0K HOUSE and out-building?, on North Capitol etreet.between ? and C. No. 394, nearly opposite the Washington Railway, near th. Depot House, containing IO rooms; a vacant lot adjoining; front of 66 by 80. For further particulare inquire of WALL, 8G?????8 A CO.. No. 322 Pennsylva niaav. _sWlf* WE OFFER FOR SALB, at a great bar??In. a ?mall FARM, containing about 65 acre?, well improved with new dwelling and all necessary out houses This property lies about 4 miles from Center' Market, on th? Benning's Bridge road across Eastern Branoh. is m a high ?nd healthy situation, with an abundance of wood. Terms made known on applic*ition to SWEENY A CO .Real Estate Broker?, au 15-Im Corner 7th and ? streets. NOTICE.?I would respectfully inform th. pub lic tbat having disposed of my etock of Hard ware to Meesr?. R. 0. Johnson A Co., I earnestly request all persons who b ave account? stand ing on my Books to call at once and settle. My accounts will be left for a short time witn th? above named firm, who are authorixed to settle the same. J08. L. SAVAGE. aep 5-6t_384 D st.. bet. 10th and Uth. TO THOSE IN WANT OF A GOOD COOKING STOVE?Call at our store and examine the ARBITER. E. H. A H. I. GREGORY, 321 Penna, uv.au?. Call ?nd ?e? the portable RANGES. MONITOR snd BELL. We will warrant them to bake well. E. H. A 11. I. GREGORY, 321 Penna, avenue. THB ARBITER COOK STOVE. Th. ?rest fuel ?aver. ? H A 11, I GREGORY. ?ep 8-6t_321 Pennsylvania avenue. SPECIAL NOTICE.?AU persons having claims ?gain.st the Perseverane?? Fire Company ar. re quested t. present the same to tb. President. All members are hereby notified to attend ? special meeting on THURSDAY, Sept. 15th. at 7 ? p. m . a? there will b. a final settlement of the affair? of tbe company. All persons who are not present, or prefer their claim? at or before said meeting, will, by resolution, be.xsluded from ?Il bonfita of aaid set tie meo t. By ord? r of th. Comean v. eepS-eoBt*_JOHN H. DI0K8ON.8e?. B?TT1B' OH..B1. _ B G O SI D. E. D?TROWA ERO.. Wholesale Dealers. sa 10-l?s_Ne. 4SO ?th street. rpOWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, by the 1 Esterase Tow Company's boats, "Potomac," -Gov. Osrtln" ?nd *? Belle ??t?" Apply to the Osota? ai on board, or t?_ ,._ viapta u* JOHN ?. DATTDBON, at;!] Water stre.t,(reerBTet?JWB. AUCTION 8ALBB. _j_llw__j'^T?R!>lOO?* AHDTO-TIORROW ?l GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers DESIRABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY AT AUC fi NeV'inrJWZ*^"?"- September 13th. at that T-i-Hb'*.7?r4?fcf?tb?" ?"??"???????? -- will se'l, beln.tbe south part?G??i,1 Wmaa?-?.!?. loi is 2- feet tront by 70 feet deen ??*.!.? ? ? three stor? Brick Store ana Dw?il!neP Tbi store __!_*L2 5_l'?lttrtJ__j" "??'??? "?TleT a.'t?a? been ocrn-pied for several y?ars pastas a dry ?-oo-ts ?P.rr_ntT,">dw,<;,,ire P?7 ???????? ?Veroo^ma. pleasant and well arranged. ?????? There ia also a good, dry cellar und?r the atore making altogether one of the moat desirable in y? stments in *he no; them part of tbe city. The heure is No. 371, on the we?t side of the etreet. Tit'e p. rfect. Terms eahh Conveyancipg at cost of parcha?er. -? r'J d GREEN ? WILLIAMS. Auct?. ICY GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. SEVENTH STREET ImTvOVED PROPERTY AT AUCTION. On TI EPDA Y, the Uth instant, at 6!. o'clock p. m.immedistely after tbe talo on the west sid? of Seventh atr.e?, we shall selline dwelling house directly oppnsit?, situated on part of Lot No ?, in JJquare 45?, now ?acant, being on the east aide of 8eve?th street, above I street. The house may be so improved ss to accommodate store and dwelling The lot is23 feet front and L31 feet deep with alley privilege. * 1 mm? diate possession given. TVrros. One half cash, halance in ("months, with Interest. Conveyance at cost of purchaser. PfpH-d_?jBJBEN A WILLIAMS. Aucts. *?Y J. C. McGUIRB A Co., Auctioneers. EXECUTOR'S SALE OF FOUR-REN DESIRA BLE BUILDING LOTS ON lbTH STREBT WEST. BETWEEN O AND RSTREETS NORTH Cn TUESDAY AFTERNOON. Septemb-r 13 at 4.'? o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell fourteen desirable Building Lots, in subdivision of Square No. 179, fr?. ntin g about *i feet each on 16th street west, between Q and R streets north, and running back 110 feet to a public alley. These late are finely located, on high ground, and within a short distance of the Uth street pas senger railroad. Terms : One-third In cash; the remainder in ? and 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyance? at the eoet of the purchaser. A payment of ?2? on each lot will be required at the time of sale. _._.___. ... JOHN B. TURTON. Bxecutor. fep6 d_J.C. McGUIRB A CO.. Aacts. DT GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, the 14th instant, we ahall sell at 10 o clock a. m.. at the late residence of George Hercus, deceased. No. 573 Maryland avenue, be tween 9th ami 10th streets, Island, a good assort ment of Furniture. vit: Mahogany Sofas, Chairs and Tables, Large Looking Glass, Sideboard, Chamber Sets. consisting of Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wash Rtanda, Ac ?Ac, Hair and other Mattresses, Bedding and Carpets, Dining Room Furnitur?, such as Crockery and Glassware, Chairs,Tablee, Knives and Forks, Ac, Ac, Kitchen Utensil?, consisting of large Cooking Stove and Fixtures, and many other articles which we deem unnecessary to enumerate. Terms cash. sep9-d_GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. ? Y J. C. Mi'GUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. GREAT AND PEREMPTORY SALE OF DRY GOODS On WEDNESDAY MORNING. September 11, commencing at t? o'clock each day. and contin uing daily at that hour until the whole is dis posed of, we shall sell the entire stock of Dry Goods, Hosiery. Ac, at th? store. No 371 7th street, between I and ? sts. We naui? in part? Bleacfu-d and Brown Cottone, Calicoes, Spool Cottons, Umbrellas, Parasols Table Linens- Napkins. Dress Goods, Merinos. Balmorals, Towela. Ginghams, Delaines, Cloths, Ca-siiiieri-a, Caseinete. Vestings, Cloaks. Shawls, Hosiery, Gloves, ?'?-ils, Neik Ties, Hoop Skirts. Ac, Ac, Black and Fancy Silks, Linen and Cotton Sheetinge, Crash, Ac , Ac, Ac. The whole comprising the largest lot of Dry Goods that baa been offered at public sale in this city in many years. The attention of the trade is respectfully called to the above sale, < ae the owner is about to remove from the city.) The entire stock will be sold to the highest bidder. __ _ __ Terms cash. J. C. McGUIRB A CO. sep 13-3t Auctioneers. ? Y J. C. MoGUIRl A CO., Auctioneers. VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON lOTH fTREET WEST, NEARLY OPPOSITE FORD'S THEATER. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, September 2 th, at 5" clock, on tbe premises, we shall sell. Lot No.)3, in square No. 317. fronting 5 ? feet on 1 th street west, between E and F streets north, nearly opposite Ford's Theater, and rnnning hack 1 0 feet. 1 ioch; together with the improvements, con sisting of an old fashioned Brick Dwelling House. Terms: Ono-third in cash; the remainder ino and 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trnat on the premises. Conveyances and revenue stamps at the cost of the purchaser. J. C. McGUIRB A CO., sep 1.3 i Auctioneers. ? Y J. C. McGUIRB A CO.. Auctioneers. PEREMPTORY SALE OF SMALL FRAMB HOI BE AND LOT NEAR THE LONGBRIDGB. AND BRICK HOU8B AND LOT NEAR THE ARSENAL. | On MONDAY AFTERNOON. September 19th, 1864, at S o'clock, on the premises, we shall soil part of Lot No. 3, in square No. 2fi8, frosting on Maryland avenue, between 13th and 13'? sts., aud improved by a small Frame House. At.1; o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell Lot No. 3, in .-'juare No. :<a, fronting 27 feet ? inches on ? street, near 4l. etreet. and running back 122 feet to a wide alley, and improved with a three story Brick Dwelling House, containing seven rooms, with cellar; also, a brick stable on the rear of the lot. Terms: One-half cash ; the remainder in six months, with intereat. Conveyances and starr pe st the cost of the pur chasers. sep 13-d JAS. C. McGUIBE A CO , Ancts. ? T J. C. MOGU1RB A CO., Auctioneers. VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON NORTn I. BE TWEEN FOURTBBNTn AND FIFTEENTH STREETS WEST, AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of September next, 18rVi, I shalleell.in frontof the premises, at 5 o'clock p. m., by virtue of a decree of the Or phans' Court dated the 12th day of May, 1863, rati fied and confirmed by the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia on the 13th day of May. 18S3, the following described handsome building lot, viz: Lot numbered four(4)ln Square numbered two hundred and eighteen. (213.) it having a front of 42 feet 7 inches on north I, between 14th and 15th streets west, running back with a side alley to a 30 feet alley, 142 feet 7 inches. Terms: One half cash; balance in six months,the purchaser to give note for the deferred payment, bearing interest from the day of sale, and secured to the satisfaction of the Guardian. All conveyancing, including revenue stamps, at the cost of the purchaser. Title Perfect. ZA ^?^ drain, Guardian. sep 3 d J. C. MoGUIBE A CO.. Aucts. f>Y JA8. C. McGUIRB A CO., Auctioneers. CHANCERY 8ALB OF VACANT LOTS. On WEDNBSDAY AFTERNOON. September 14, at 5 o'clock, on the premises, by virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, dated May 10th, 1853, made in a certain cause wherein Wm. Bird et al. are complainants and 11. R. Marry man. trustee of Z. Hazel, deceased, ia defendant. No. 88*5. equity, I shall sell the follow ing described vacant Lots, vis : The east part of Lot 3, in Square 728. Lot 8, in Square 753, fronting on 2d street east, running back to a 30 foot alley. Parts of Lots S and 4, in Square 784. fronting on Maryland avenue between 3d and 4th sts. Lot No. 14, in Square No. 867, fronting f>0 feet on 6th street east, atthe corner of north ? street,and running back 75 feet on north ? lt. Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in six and twelve months, with interest, to be secured by the bonds of the purchaser, with approved secu rity. . . If tbe terms of Rale are not complied with in five days thereafter, the trustee reserves the right to resell the property ao in default, on one week a public notice, at the risk and expense of the de faulting purchaser. Cost of conveyances and stamps te be paid sy the purchaser._ WALTER 8. COX. Trustee. ang-eoAds J.C^McQUIRB A CO., Aucts. 13 Y J. 0. MoGUIREA CO., Auctioneers. NOTICE - VALUABLE-BUILDING LOT ON NORTH ? STREET*BETWEEN BOTH AND 218T BTRBBTS. ATPUBLIO aHOTION Will be sold at public auction on MONDAY, the 19th day of September next ensuing, at 4K o'olock, on the premises the following desirable piece or parcel of ?round, h in?", situate and[beine on nortk ? street 83 ?e-t9 inches east of its intersection witb 21*t atreet ws?t. thence north 7? feet to an alley, thence west SO feet thence south.5 fe?t 9 a ches, thence weat 20 feet, thence south t4 feet 3 in ches, thence east 40 feet to the beginning, being Lot No. -, in sqoar? No. 7?, containing two thou sand eix hundred and eighty-five square feet, or thereabouts. , . _-._ The title believed tobe undoubted. Terms One half caah ; th? balano? in three equal instalments parable "?^?t.????J^ an j 11 months, with interest, the defe??*?*?*, to be secured by deed t f tiust on tb? premises. ?Ve!-ero/T"j%"kegOIM A: CO., A^et-^ Q U ARTERMA8TER GENERAL'S OFFICI. B FiasT DiviaioM, WaaHiMOToaOiTr. August31,18?4. HORSBS, HORSES. HORSB8. Horse?suitable for Cavalry and Artillery service will be purchased atGieeboro'De pot,In open mar ket, tillOctober 1.1864. llorse? will be delivered to Captala L. Lowry Moore. A Q. M.. and b? subjected to the u?ual ?r vernu eut inspection bet?re being accepter!. Pries of Cavalry Horses, f 175 each. Price of Artillery Herses, f ISO each. Payment will be made for six (6> and more. JAMES A EKIN. Colonel First Division, sep 3-las_Quartermaster General's Qmc?. _ ???????8 NEW TOPOGa^HICAL WAN MAP OF TBB 80?THBBN ?T A TBS. with ? WreBolocy of U. Great Be^a^-f-ft, AUCTION 8ALS8. ???G?? ?at?. jJY JAS. C. McG?IR?A CO.. Aactionwrs. THREE PKSJRABLB BUILDING LOTS ass RHODE ?8?.??? AVENUS. BETWbrn iito AND 1STH ?TREETS AT PLBLIC SALE On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. 8eut?.?obar 14, at Vf o'clock. on the premises, we snail aell Lot? '*P,'' "8." and "T," in eubdi vi?ion of lots I. Square No ill, Lots "h" and "T" front?n? eich * feet, and Lot "P'' |SU feet, on Rhode Island ave nne. between 14th and Kth str^ts west. Title perfect. Terme: Ose third in eash ; the remainder is three and nine months, with interest, secured by deed of trust on the premises. A payment of f 25 on each lot will be required ?t the time of sale. Conveyance ?nd stamps at the parchaaer'a cost. __??PJsA_J. C. McGUIRB A CO.. Auct?. PY W. B. LEWIS A 00.. Auctioneers. INTERNATIONAL SAIOOV AND TEN YEAR8' WPnNvfW??.'ROPBRTY AT AUCTION. o'rfork? ? *J AFTERNOON. St-pfr 14th. at g eLh.liP.?n .Kn?ho r,,mi?<,?? ??. 44?* "h ?treet. /],*l,/?,J;h" P?"d will and Vurnlture of that pr?ni We call the ?tt?ntion of p. rsor? lookia? out far good investments to the above sale, as crTerir?? a rar?? cban?*?? by location and appointments fur . ?pl-idid business W.B.LEWI? A 30 sepjMt_[Chron }_Auctioneers. j|Y J. O. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneer?. VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON D STREET NORTH, BETWEEN ? ?A- ELKTR AfffS THIRTEENTH SiRBBTS WBST.AT PUBLIC On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, September Slat, at So clock, on the premise?, we shall esll parts of Lots Noe. 11 ard 12 in Bquar?? Nn 2*3. fronting 21 fe.t on north D street, between 12th ?nd 13th at? west, rur ning beck 83 f. et 4', inches to a *M feet paved all-y. improved by ?brick building two high atones, occupied as a wholesale wine and liquor ?tore. M Terms: On. half cash; the remainder in set. and 12 month?, with interest,secured by a deed ./ trust ob the pr< mises. Title indisputable. Cost of conveyancing and stamp? to be paid by the purchaser. aeplO d_J. C. McGUIRE g CO., Aneto. DY GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aaetloneera. IIOUSEHOULD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE AT AUOTION. On THURSDAY, the I5th in>tant. we aball asE at tbe residence of a gentleman declining hou?s keening. st in o'clock ?. m., at No. 398, north aids of North c, between 3d and 4 S streets, an ex sol - lent assortment of Furniture, via: Walnut Sofa, Castor Rocking and Parlor Chairs, Walnut Extension and ether Tablea and Stande. Mahogany Dressing and other Bureaus, Center ?nd other Tables, Oak and other Cottage Chamber Sets. Wardrobes, Cane Seat Chaira and Rccxer?, Double and Single Cottage Bedsteads, Hair. Cotton, and other Mattresses, Feather Bolsters and Pillows, Bedding, Carpeta, Rug? and Oilcloth, and Window Blind?, Chandeliers, Gas Burners, snd Fixtures, Crockery and Glassware, Cooking, Radiators, and other Stove?, Refrigerator, and many other articles which WS deem unnecessary to enumerate. Term? cash. sep 12 d GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucta. ? Y JA8. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH ? 8TRB9T. Bl TWEEN 19TH AND 20TH STREETS WEST. On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, Sept. Uth, at? o'clock, on the premises, by virtue of a ?leer?? of the Orphan?' Court, dat?'d June ??1st. 1884, confirmed by tbe 8upr?-rxe Court July 5th. 1864, I ?hall ?ell partof Lot No 2. ?n Square No. Its, fronting about 30 feet on North E street, between 11th aad i 'th streets, and? rnnning bvk 97 feet ?H? inch??, to gether with the improvement-? consisting of a two a ?ry Frame Dwelling house 1 No. 214 I containing four rooms. Terms cash. Coat of conv.?vance to be paid by the purchaser. M. F. aiORRIS, Guardian. sep.Veod_J. U. McGUIRE A CO.. Ancta. Y JAMES C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. ? SMALL DWELLING HOUSE ON 80??? D. BE TWEEN FIRST AND SECOND STREETS WEST. On FRIDAY AFTERNOON. September loth, at T, o'clock, on the promisee, w. ehall aell part of lot No. 13,ia subdivision ofequare No. ESST, fronting 2<) feet 1 inch en south D street, between lit and 2d streets went, and running back 115 foet to a pub lic alley, improved by a two-story frame dwelling house, containing five room? and a kitchen. Terms cask e?pl2-d J.C. McGUIRB A CO.. Aunt?. ? Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneer?. PEREMPTORY BALE OF TWO HANDSOME RUILDING I0T8 0N 9TH ST., BET. M AMD N STS. NORTH. On FRIDAY AFTERNOON,Sept. lfith, atSo'clk, on the premisea. w?> shall aell two very desirable building Lots, fronting each IPS feet on the w.at side cf 9th atreet. between M and ? streets, ?ad running back 1SR feet 9 lechea to a 3d foot alloy. Terms: One-half in cash; th. remainder 6 and 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances and revenue stamp? at the cost of tbe purchaser. B.plZ-d JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Ancts. |>Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. CHANCERY SALE OfTaLUABLE REAL ES TATE By virtue of s decree of the Supreme Court ol th? District of Columbi., dated on the 2lst day of May. A. D. 18*54, passed in a certain cause ?No. i,,-t ??> pending In said Court between Joseph R. Cassia, Trustee, complainant, ?nd John William?, defen ?nnt. th- ur.d. reigned trustee wiil, on WEDNES DAY,the21st day of September, A.D. 1864, at 6 o'clock p. m., in front of the premises, proceed to rensll all tbat lot of ground situate i ? the City of Washington and District of Columbia, known and designated a? lot numbered 16, in Square num bered 5. Aleo, the east 7 feet ? inches front of lot numbered 15, lit said square, together with tho im provements on said lot snd part of lot. consisting of a large three story brick dwelling house, with back building, (beings portion of the resi estate of the late Commodore Stephen Casein.) The property i* sitaste on north R street, be tween 26th and 27th streets weit, fronting 57 feet and 8 inches on ? street, and extending back with that uniform width (57 feet 8 inches)P?9 feet 10 in ches to a public alley. The terms of sale are : One-third cash, c of which the purchaser Trill be required to pay down at the time of sale fl<?;? the balance to b? paid in two equal installments at 6 and 12 months from tho day of sale; said balance to bear interest from the dsy of sale, and the payment thereof to be secured by the bonds of the purchaser or purchasers, with surety to be approved by the Trustee. If the terme of eale be not complied with within five day? from the day of sale, the Trustee re? terve? the right to re sell the property ?t the risk snd cost of the defaulting purchaser, by adver tising such resale three time?in some-one or mor? daily newspaper? published in the City of Wash ington. All conveyances and ?tamps at the ecst of the nurchsser. R ?. CASKET, Trustee. sep 12 ttawAds] GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctg. 13Y JAS. C. MCGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. PEREMPTORY SALE 7)7 SMALL BQUARB OF GROUND TNTHE NORTHERN PART OF THE SECOND WARD. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Sept. ?Uh, at 8 o'clock, on the promises, we shall for account of the "United Evangelical German Congregation." Sqnare north of Square 278. bounded by 12th street west. Vermont avenue and north 1/ street, and containing 3,4fi0 square feet of ground. Terms: one-third in cash, the remainder in elr and twelve mootha, with intereat, secured bra deed of trust on the premises. All conveyance and revenue stamps at tbe cost of gefggg; J C McGUIRE A 00. Ancts. G? Y BOTELER A WILSON, Auctioneer?. Offiob U. S-U?puol Extbbsiob, / W? mi 1 s oto*??, D. ?., Septembers. 1841.?. On SATURDAY. October 1st, commencing at 10 a.m., the following variegate! and plain Mar ble will be sold ?t public auction, on th. ground? north of the United State? Capitol : lof blocke Ttmneseee Marble. 1,000 feet (cubic) of remnant? ?Jo. 12 pieces Potomac Marble. eoffcubic feet Vermont Green Serpentin?. 8 Column SbafU . T4 ,.???? ., 2.0 0 cubic feet remnants Italian Marble At tbe earn, time will be aold a large lot of Door?. Shutter?, and Building Materials, of va rious kinds. . -.. _ . . Bv order of th?? Secretary of the Interior, jjy oroer 01 ?. CLEMENT L WE8T. aep6-dt?l_Qenar?! Superintendent. gALE OF CONDEMNED M?L1S. Cbibf Q?arterbastib'8 Office, l Depot or Washiboto?, ?J WAfHiBGTOB, D. C, September 5,1S44. f Will be ao'd at public auction, at the Corrai?, near the Obaervatory, in the city of Washington, on WEDNESDAY. September 21,1844, ?Idi of MULES, condemned aa unfit for public servie?. Terms?Cash, In Government fnnds. Ssle to commence at loo'cjoelt a. ?. D. H. RUCKER, Brig. Gen'l ?nd Ohief UnarteriuMter. gep5-td_Depot of Washington. SALE OF CONDEMNED QUARTERMASTER* 8TORR8, BUGGIES. A0..AC. Chief Quartermaster't O?ee, Depot 0) Washington,I Washington, DTCV, September 1,G?4. S Will be sold at ?ublie auction, at Gov.ram.nt Warehouse, situated on the s?u?re ?>??*??",_ *t?* F,and Twentieth and Twenty-irrt str?M^n ??? city of Waahing-.on. on WEDNESDAY???tainbeT 14.1864. ?t 11 o'clock ?V m ?nflt forhsWU ? tere Stores. coj.d.Basdw on?for ??.ji. Axes.CsjiwnWToow.J? gUbU Broomi S*??'??- F^a^riDdetonea, Blacksmiths' Tools PortableForees^Grina i^ther. 8tov. Pipe. EataTSove?f-^ ?**???' W1i1"? Ho? ?**>??? LT.'laxsVl'ofof old ironic. A?. "Hit ?ft?r the completion of th? sale above re i?Z?Idito. a number of __ __ ' ?eABjbulsnoee, Buggies,Cerneaos, Army W??ons. a^rinit W?tons.0?rts. and Medical Wagon?. C?ceeeftal bidders will b. reeuired to remov? the ..^s within five i.V day? from the date of ?ale. Terms cash, ia Government rCdf?TJOi;BB, Brigadier General and OBi.fJlus^?r?Mst?r. upim Desot stlHiBhiasTtea. ??AND POR SALE-Apply at the Erst ?**"?????? & the austera Braso? ?rU??J ?A f 1?