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LOCAI. NEWS.
AMUSEMENT-? TO-NIGHT.
?f CAKTBriiury.- ? p?- is announced as tne
fntaet week ot John I ?en 1er, ihe noted gymnast
Olpid rope walker H.- ?ill carry a young leay
^Jbo his back from the stag?? to the gallery, Be
sides, there will be a good biil of song, dance,
Ac.
I.adiro- Fair a? odd Fellows' Hall, 7th
street ander toe auspices ofthe ladiee of the
Sixth street Presbyterian Church It is In all
particulars worthy a ?-?? Give the ladies a
call, and help alo g ? good cause.
Rivkrs' and abseien?' CiRcce, at the cor
ner of 6th street and New York avenue, coa
tinues to he crowded ii'gh.ly, and the shoute
? of laughter and applan-e al ways issuing from
. the canvass, show thnt tbe company isexceed
B ingly entertain ing. Foeter, the clown, has a
>*?good stock of jokes.
7? Ford s Thrater ? ?? The Pearl of Savoy;
? or The Moiber's Prayer," is announced for
? ?to-night at Ford's. As ?Marie," Maggie
?Mitchell Is splendid. Ibe drama throughout
Is an interesting on??, and Magete is well sus
tained by all Mr. Font's Hue company.
Orover's T-ikatkr. ? The new romantic
Irish drama, written expressly for Mr. and
Mrs. Barney Williams, and entitled ??TheCon
ia nie ?Soogah," will he perlormed to-night for
?? ?Jbe first time here The east is one of remar k
?WM?e strength, and embraces he-ides the Wil
?1 Vims, Mrs. Place, Mr Jennings, Mr. Gossin
end others.
RIT?Dl_INCOL> ANP JOHWSON ???????
?? Armory Sc.r_.RR HoeriTAL.?Last
ng. soldiers ar.d civilians, to the number
IK), held an enthusiastic Lincoln and John
meeting at Armory Square Hall. The
ting was enlivened by the presence of a
ibfT of ladies and of an excellent band,
ch at intervals discoursed delightful mu
_Jr. Bliss, surgeon in charge of Armory
Square Hospital, presided inside the ball, nod
if] the crowd was so large tbat stands were erected
?*^out_ide, from which addresses were delivered.
'* Dr. Bliss, on assuming the chair, made a few
-pertinent remarks, and then introduced Geu.
??T-Try, who delivered a patriotic address, re
in y lew ing the cause of the rebellion, and urging
all soldiers who would vote to day to cast theii
suffrage? on the side ol the Union and the Con
stitution.
Col McReynolds, of Mich ; Capt. W M. Ed
tear, Mr. H.A. Pierce, of Cal.; Mr. Prince, ot
Mass., and others, addressed the multitate in
side and outside of tbe hall.
Resolutions were adopted, resolving: That
they would do their dnty at the pending elec
tion ; that tbe Baltimore platform contains
principles apon which alone the Union can be
perpetuated : that they will support Abraham
.Lincoln and Andrew Johnson for Preeident
?nd Vice President of the United States ; tbat
t? the Chicago platform deserves the execration
,,t?f eve.\ soldier and citizen who loves his
?..? e?0-_tr\ : that the Chicago Convention was
l--*e_?po_ed of the allies of tbe rebels, determined
? ?o?their country's ruin ; that thev must be de
?d JWted, or liberty's temple will become a mass
" of ruins : that having met successfully tbe loe
on many bloody fields, they are now prepared
to encounter their allies at the polls; that tbe
sword should not be sheathed until the)' who
;mJtf st drew it return to their allegiance ; that it
r_B__f?_St destined that the eause should fail or be
aJa__h___Jon.? while we have Farragnt, Sherman,
^'fkrtmrn and Sheridan thru defeat at the baliot
ould bring calamity, humiliation, bank
y, of all prosperi'v and power, commer
? "A?l a. political, interminable civil war, for
M___p_ conquest and supremacy on tbis contin
1,n?p?, and the destruction of the last hope of
'" TfipM-kinrt lor free government: and that, by
??^ti-Paid of the Almighty Ruler of the universe,
tb^ will succeed, and win a bloodless vlc
toijf. whose glorious consequences shall be
U_r3rf ? tne re-aot--- generations of the race.
soid<~i-a _ -"?
%eertfmWica KlPORTe ? Secern . Precinct ? Marga
te?-? (lle-W-on, assault and battery: security for
?'"????. Tbo?. Gropii, disorderly; ?.. Ida Mnl
**IMI). do.; ?2. Bridget ? ? Honey, do.; do Jo
nmban Hall, Henry Pernell, and John Tobin,
jflrnnk and disorderly; military. Bridget Mul
?_. loney, stealing aad assault and battery; dis
- missed.
? Third Precinct.?L. Collins, drunk; John
te Henry, drunk and disorderly: dismissed. Lucy
Coak?y, forestalling tbe marker; *.. 11. Anna
1 Omealy, disorderly, dismissed. William Ed
& wards, do.; S2.Il. Also, violating canal regu
{?Jlation; El.
% a Fourth Precinct ?Michael Russell, drunk and
teMisorderly; *_. Martin Kelly, do.; S3. Peter
T-Carnco, do.; for bearing. John Fry, drank;
???Era Rose, disorderly, dismissed. Henry Thorn
'? .is, do-, W.
*r Fifth Precinct.?Ellas Robinson, disorderly;
32. A. Wheeler, desertion; military. M. Gla
yea, drunk: Chas. I>uggan, do. and disorderly;
^-?fcjnissed. James Healy, do ; costs, 50 cents.
? JoBn Down?, suspicion of larceny; dismissed.
* Dammi Aabten, false pretences; for haar.ng.
M??i Weeks, George Sanderson, John Smith,
*_0?*? Fmith, disorderly; *.' Wm. Mahoney,
*J^3li__l* Maboiny. Wm. Causten, Wm. Stern,
'^dismissed. Elizabeth ?erpble, do.; S2. J.
suspl,lou- character, escaped from eta
house.
:th Precinct?Paul Bark, disorderly; S2.
_B Brothers and Vinson Keyee, larceny; for
bearing. M. Collins, drunk; military. Mary
{Smith, do. and disorderly; ?.. Samuel An
drews, do.; workhouse. Henry Brown, do.;
military. Geo. Neal, drunk and indecent ex
posure; workhouse. Patrick Daeey, drunk
and disorderly: do. Elizabeth Towers and
Robert Johnson, do.: 92 each.
Tenth Precinct.?Jas. Coatee and Thos. Fisher,
disorderly, and Kate Little, drank; dismissed.
' Armleted Medili ?. drnnk; tarlittry. Geo Jen
kins, disorderly: di.-uus-ed. Tyler SImms,
John Marpby, James Farrelly, and Thomas
Sullivan, do f I. Robin Dodd, do and drank;
lb*.?. Patrick English, selling bqnor unlicensed;
fct???. Robert Robertson, larceny; dis
rmlseed.
.T? --a?
O ? DieoRDBRty Pakts ?Last night a compa
i liny et ladies and gentlemen assembled at Juene
Ttjnen'6 Gardens to witness a rattle ot various
??fcrticles, the proceeds of which were te be
S given to a widow lady wbo is in distressed
m circumstances, with seven children to main
b tain, While the company were enjoying the
? evening, a disorderly gang gut in among them.
Une of them, Charles Greenfield, from the
Navy Yard, drew a revolver aod said be was
looking tor a young lady named Frledenbnrg
'?r. and intended to shoot her He caused mach
alarm, and the lady ran and hid herself. Of
fleer Morgan, of the second precinct, arrested
Greenfield and locked him up in the Fourth
Wa: d Station, and thi* morning be was fined
!?5.64 hy Justice Gibereon.
About 19 o'clock A. H. Vermillion and his
brother started to bay?? a pitched battle tn the
paviilion where the company were dancing.
(?Ulcer Morgan arrested Vermillion and he
gave ball tor a bearing Thi- morning Justice
H O iberson fined him *?-.".
IO --??
ten Th? Fi-tirrai. of tmr Lamrktbd Jno. R.
? 'Minis, wh > was killed by gnt/rtllas at Har
MVisonbnrg, Va, while a'tending to his duties,
Aook pisce on Saturday afternoon, from the
?R?sidence of his fattier, Qairtermaater Gen
oeral Meigs, on H. etreet Tbe religions ser
".rv.cee were condncied by Rev. Dr. Pyne, of St.
.John's Episcopal cbnrcb President Lincoln,
'?Secretary Stanton, G-n. Halleck, and a large
?Cumber of officers attended the solemn s??r
?dthces A detachment of the Veteran Reserve
? ^Jerp-. headed by tbe band of rhe !uh Regimen:
? ?Armed the military e-r-ort. The clerks of the
??Quartermaster's department, previous to the
funeral, held ? meeting and passed resolutions
of condolence and respect for tbe bereaved
_ family, and afterwards attended tbe funeral
in a body.
The Prathkr'h Allry Uobbibt_Yester
day, Wm. Terrell, Jnseph Thomas, George
Hay wood, and John Holly, colored, who were
arrested oo su-pi mn of robbing John Williams,
a soldier, in Prather'. alley, Saturday night,
bad a hearing before Justice Gibereon. The
evidence was not sufficient to justify the com
? n? it ment of any of th* party except Terrell,
' who was iden tiffed by Williams as one of those
?resent when he was knocked down and robbed,
errell was held to bail for conrt: tbe others
were dismissed. Tbe soldier Is a neat-looking
y oui; g man, bnt his face gave evidence of
* __a.ving been severely handled.
? . ? STOR?HOc'8? or Gov?r?mkmt Goone.?
< ,lf?_.-erdav ai ter noon, Sergeant Cronln, of the
?rth Ward arrested Wm. Washington, col
, about 63 years old, who Uvee near the
imore railroad depot, for having govera
t property concealed in hia house. The
eant chartered a wag-on and filled lt witb
old military clothing, which he deposited in
the City Bail, snd loeked an tne prisoner for
a bearing. The collection of each a lot of old
clothes excites suspicion that some one of that
bouse bas been dealing largely in aiding de
serters. _
Bai/timor?. ? Mr. J. D. Hendricke, long
xuown to all the freqnenters of Willard? in
this city, as the manager of th? bar-room of
L that noted hotel, is about to opeo a fashionable
l restaurant on hie own account at No. ? North
i cal vert street, Baitimor?, Immediauly ad joia
. ing Bamurn'e Hotel. No AM i? tbls city, la
lie businee-, bas made more warm friend?, all
' of whom when vi-iting Baltimore, will be eure
%o gire bim ? cali There cao be no question
, of tne great success of his new enterprise, for
'?at WiU sorely be merited.
/ CHARL?? Brooks, flreman, was killed on the
W??srrrT Gap Railroad yesterday. (October
io.) ??ria? tbe attack by guerrillas oo the trains
' near White Plains. He is said to bay?? m?r- .
? ned ?ieter -name ?nkuow?) in tbis city. She
mrUi please eommuniaate at once witb -bin
? offiees ?60astre?? _" L?T etm
D. O. Mo?AtXCBf, Brevet Brig. 0?_u
Director and General Manager
MM. Railroads ff. 8
..
Ta* Mabylamd Votbbs ih Washington
To-day the ?raine ?o Baltimore are taking over
large number? of ide voters of Maryland who
have b?-en residing here, wbo go over to cast
their vote- t.?.m<iirow on the new constitution.
Tbe poll? in he ?unties will be _?pt open
two days. Th? Maryl ?nders, who have etnee
la?t w?-ek tven making preparation? fur soing
on, have maoe erran ?e menta w'th ?be Mary
land Stitp Oeadpal ?'ommit'ee for the trans
portation of all wbo are unable to pay their
own fare, and it i? calculated that the trilns
to-day, including especial train which leaves
at 9 o'clock to-night, will take on* over one
thonsand. At th- Navy Yard, where the usual
pay day is on tb?? I2'h (to-morrow), arrange
ments were made for paying off the hands
several da>s tn advance, so that they could
enjoy the privilege of going home te vote.
Ror.nKRiRR ?On Sunday afternoon, a sol
dier nam?d Pe'er Ilesaur, while lying dead
drunk on the commons near Lincoln Hospital,
was robrwrt of f*9J> bv another soldier. Som*?
other soldiers in the vicinity arrested the thi-f,
who gfive hi? name as Robert Toom??y, l?6th
New YorK. and gave him in charge of officer
Walling, who took him before Justice Cull,
and he was committed to jail.
Agnes Smith, a colored girl, was also ar
rested on Sunday afternoon by th?. same of
ficer on the charge of taking ?3*2 65 from the
trunk of Mrs Spear, a soldier's wife, living on
Fast <*apitol street, and Justice Cull held her
to bail for court
SPECIAL N?TIGES.
???
Fil.T. AUD WlNTNR C'.OTHI-?.
New 8tyles Superb Stock of Overcoats, Dress,
Frock, and Wnl?ing Coat?, Pantaloons. Ve?ts,
end Boys' Clothing, PurnUhing Goods. Ac . Ac.
We are now prepared to exhibit our stock of Men's
and Bove'Ready-made Cl thin g which, for ele
gance of style varie'y and exc?l enee of fabric and
ftuth'ulnei?? of m an u facture, has not been ear
pa red by any stock heretofore offered in this
market
Tnose in search ef Clothing for Gentlemen's and
Youths' wear are invited to call and examine our
stock. We can say with assurance they wi'l find
the right article on the moat reasonable terna.
Also, an extensive a*sortment of Gentlemen's
Purnisbin* Go?.?!-, comprising everythinp neces
sa*y for a complote ou*fit.
NOAH WALKER A CO.. 3SH Pa av.,
oc 10 8m* Metropolitan Hotel Buildin?;.
NSW AND SlMPLirtBD Mbtbod roa Piaho-portb
and BiNGiNo.? Professor Alexander Wolowski baa
opened Ladies' and Gentlemen's Afternoon and
Evenin<r Singing Classes on the most liberal terms.
By Professor Wolowgki's new method, a person
having only a slight knowledge of music will be en
abled Tn a very snort time to execute on the piano
operatic and classical muaic with rare perfection.
? ? to the vocal part be arri vesat most extraordina
ry results, renders the voi ce powerful; and enables
the singer to vocalize with facility and accuracy.
All those who would like to become fine alngers
or excellent performers will enter their names at
hia residence. No. 4m.*> Tenth street, abov* Penn
sylvania avtnne Reception hoar? are from m to
11 a. m. and 6 to 7 p. m. eep 9-1 m
Corns, Bunions, Inverted Naila, and other die
orders ofthe feet, when ne*lected injure the gen
eral system by preventing the body from taking
that natural exercise so conducive to heal h. To
all afflicted with the?*? terrible evils we would re
commend an early eall at Dr. White's office, No
4*24 Penn'a av , bat. 4?.? and 6th sts. Who would
suffer torment from disordered feet when a sure
remedy is so near at band, and can be effected
Without pain. Office open from 8 a- m. to 8 p. in.
aep7-tf _
Thb obbapbst and bist Hai* Dt* ib tbb Wobld
?Ntvtr Vades or Washes Out.? Upham'e Hair Dye,
?0 oents a box The best in use. Try it. Sold by
?. 0 Ford, corner 11th street and Penn. avenue,
Washington; and Henry Cook, Alexandria.
?6-1- _
?????at??????a cab bi C?bbd.?Dr Rand's Spe
cific cures Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Wtalttuss, Tm
oten?y. Loss of Powir. tie., speedily and eff finally.
ts effecta are truly magical. A trial ofthe Sp?cifia
will convince tbe most skeptical of ita merits.
Price SI a box. 8old by b.c. Ford, corner lltb
street and Pa avenue, Washington, and Henry
Cook. Alexandria. ?a?-ly
WabbabtbdtoOubbibSixDatb.? Dr. Godfrey'
Antidote, an En_lish Sp?cifie of sixty-five years
standing, will cure Gonorrhaa in six days. No
change of diet required. Price 91 per bottle. Bold
by 8. 0. Pord, oorner Uth street and Pa. avenue,
? Washington, aad Henry Cook.exandrla 1a *-i y
I
MARRIED,
On the 6th instant, by the Rev. Mr. Brown, Mr.
MARSHALL M. DUVaLL. of Frederick, Md., to
EMMA LUUI8A MARSHALL, of Washington. D.
0. [Frederick papers ple<se copy.] *
? eta ? ?
BIRO,
On tbe 11th inat. of Typhoid fever. GEORGE
BBOADHEAD, a native of Barnsley, Yor ksblre,
England, aged 22 years.
Th? relativea and friends of the family are invi
ted to attend bis funeral, at two o'clock, from
the residence of Isaac Bradly, ? etreet north,
between lth and lltb Rtreeteeast. *
G Largest stock at the
* I lowuftt pr:ces.
Several excelleat sec
BRAP8TN8TRU- * ond-hand instrument?,
MINTS. llow.
I Old instrumente taken
? in part pay for new.
, All sisea, kinds and va
TiRTTM?, j rieties.n>?w and. seeond
DKUMS. ?jnead. Also, Fifes, B?
leles, ?lie.
? Pianos carefully tuned
I by beat workmen.
pi ? vn ttt?t??. I Alao. removed, ex
^nVrVaIRING0 j bo^orVofdr.e4'8t0red?
I Great bargains in old
l Pianos.
JOHN P. ELLIS.
306 Pennsylvania avenue,
oc 10-St_b?t 9th and loth stg.
NEWTSINGING OLASS.-Only a few Ladiee' and
Gentlemen's voices are requ'red to fill up a
new Singing Class of Prof. Alex. Wolowski. These
who would like f> join that class will call at hi?
residenee. 4?*'.'"* l? th street_oc io 6t
DENTISTRY -Dre. LOCK WOOD k MSRRILL,
Dentists, Room No. ?_, Washington.
Bui ding, corner Penna, avenue and 7tb>
street;_oc in lm* "
MRS. A FPETR
has removed to
491 ELEVENTH STREBT WEST,
between Penntylva-ia avenu?? ami E street.
And wi'l open ou THURSDAY October 13 her
Autumn stock of Choice MILLINERY, oc 10 3t?
BUTTER, I
EGGS AND
CHIESE'
fn tubs FRE*"<H BUTTER,
30 barrels FRP8H EGGS.
Part in store and arriving dai'y. For sale by
? E. DUTROVt",
___ 450 Eipbth street, opposite
oc IQ et*_Center Market.
"QRY G00D8 AT PANIC PRICES.
Iftjrte yards best Delaines, at 4*5 cents.
12,0f0 yards be?t Calico, "i*? 36,37 cents.
?,??? yards best Bleached Cotton, at 30, 35 cents;
7*.'1 ?,1'.?? ^oooU; 8 4 Sheeting. S*l tfi; 9-4. ?1.35;
?0-4, fieri Brown Cotton. Toilet Guilt, single
breadth, *3.
Cambric.30cents Crash, 18 eents.
Ladies' Ii lack Kid (.loves, Jouvin Listen, f 1.J5.
Skirt Braids. l.*> cents.
J. A P. Coats' Cotton, 15 cents. 20j yards Spool
Cotton, three for 29 cents
Pins and Needles. 5 cuts. Tapes,5 cents. Hooks
and XpSSjA eents Baistin*0o ton. 16 cents a doz.
20O doz. Woolen Hose, 26 cent . Ladies' brown and
black Hose, 26 centa. Best French Corset, $2.
Hoop Skirts. 3u spring, $1.16. Remember the Red
PostStore. BKNJ NKWMAN
j)c_l''-l?v?^_4 4 3 7th street, near G at.
j?L| U S I C ? E A C HIN Q~. :
Having bad several year? experience in teach
ing
PIANO MUSIC,
I would like to engage any number of pupil? to
inatruct.
TERMS REASONABLE.
Address personali y or by letter,
Mrs. H. A.SMITH,
oc" fit*_Georgetown,D.C.
\**J??Lj GRAND OPKNING. ^g&
XSa MIS3 M~J~PLATT, 9^
Will open on Tuesday next, October lltb, a large
and elegant assortment ef
FALL AND WINTER MILLINERY.
To which she respectfully invitee the attention
ofthe Ladies of Waahington and vicinity.
246 Pa. avenue,near 13th street, up stair?
oe 6 lw*_
ROE. J. W. RREIB' DANCING ACADEMY is
near open for the Masen, at Temperance
reet. between ?th and lo h
_urslrFtuition for Ladies. Misses, and ?\\
Masters. Wednesday and Saturday after- UaBaV
noons froaa Sto 6. Geatleraas'? claaa. Mondar.
Wednesday. and Fri lay evening? from 7 to lu. The
quarter will commence with th? first lessoa of the
pa pil._ :_oct 8-1?i
MARIRI'S FAi-HIOVABLE DANCING ACAD
EMY, ?_"?.
TEMPPRAyC? HALL. _?
? atreet, between 9th and 10th sts. A\ER
?Jpui*'**"'?' la now opea for the reeeption of
Ai?d & ?V'S^era-Taeeday..
\??$???e*t?^ OTA
Saturdays, from sto )o ? ?? ' ?UU"Mm'" "*****
?S? ^?^^??-* g*ti
a?aam???ang<Mrie-t-y. *~-*~? -?ui-. vi?kw
0????.?.??t<1>t??. Hoipt
A .1.
? ? "> ' ? '\\ ?
WANTS _
BARKEEPER WANTBD. at 476 Pa av The
bee' reference, reqiired_oc U 2t*
WANTBD-An experienced 000? and LAUN
URKSS iBquire at northeast corne" 12'h
and M ?a,_oeil 3t*
ttfANTKD-rworo. OAK. BNTKRS or Cabi
*T net M?k?ri i ?; m?diat. ly. Best wagoe. Apply
a* No. 246 I street, between l?th and 19th. oli-2t*
MILK-WANTRD~k~V\jKCB ABER for twenty
?allons of milk per der- Addreia Bnx 7HS
Post Office._oe li-lw?
WANTBD TO PTRCH ASK OR LB .SB-B com
pletely f rnished HOUSE of 8 or 10 rooms.
AiH-p,., *_. , Willard'* Tlotel._oc il ..t*
???G8? WANTED, furnished er uufurniehed,
eotji^ioJDg ? or 8 rooms by a careful tenant,
who will ?.rni'h the best of references Address
' Ilouse-^axy Office._oc n ,.t*
VV _*-ri1^."0"? Tin-plate and Sheet-iron WOR
vv Ki-R wwint employment to a steady
h,,n??, W_?*' J- 0h?S3, 35S E street, near 1Mb.
oct u-at*_
WANTED TO_.BIR"--A convenient, well fur
nished HOUSE, for . few months
ntM _ W.p. FBS?BNDBN,
ee n tf_Corner *f ^ti- ??<\ ? j?treeMi.
\\7 ANTED- By a youn* womanT-Ts?TTJATI?N
? ? aaeuok in a private family. Good references
??t??. Applyat No. 191 I street, between -?th
and 2ist._It"
ARE8PECTAHLE GIRL WISHE3 A SITUA
TION a? cook, assist In waning andirooin?.
Apply Ho. 302 corner of 18th and L streets, for j
days._ oc U 2t?
WANTED?Bv a reepectable elderly woman, a
vv SITUATION a? cook No objection to a
lestaurant, or officers' moss hous?. or private
family. Please call at 431 E stre.t, near 7th,
Fancy Store._ lt*
WANTED?By a young woman, a SITUATION
asnur'e. chambermaid, or todo pi Ain se wine.
Has no objections to go in the country. Best of
teferences given. Address Box No I, Star
office._lt*_
SECOND HAND FURNITURE WANTED
? * Enough to iurn?-li a sitting-room, two bed
room." and a small (kitchen?carnet and cooking
utensils included. Part cash, balance in monthly
instalments of f-11 Good references given. Ad
dress ?. 0. ? HENRY. Mar Office oc U St*
A PORTER WANTED at the UNITED STATO
HOTEL. Colored preferred_oo W-2t*
WANTED-A WOMAN to take care of children
and do chamberwork. A middle aged woman
?referred. Inquire at No. 396 4th st west oclo-3t*
W"ANTED TORBNT-A FURNISHED HOUSE,
containing 8 t 9 room?. Location near Pa.
avenue. Address F. L., StarOffice. oc ln-4t"
W'in?'ED-Two-HOSTLERS and two HACK
DRIVERS ?good wegee and constant work.
Inquire of R. CRUlT A SON,Georgetown, olo ..f
WANTBD-A furnished or unfurnished HOUSE
of six or eight rooms. Rent must be reason
able. Addreee C. H. C. ?rover's Theater, for one
week. Reference if required._oc M-.It*
WANTED^-?"TINNER, a good furnace hand.
Apply at J. W. THOMPSON k GO.'S. 269
Ps. ave., south side, between 10th and 12th streets.
oc 10-?t_
WANTED?By a young man. a SITUATION a.
Bar-tender. The be?>t city reference. In
quire at 8. DONALDSON'S, corner o* 4M and F
streets. Island, Washington city. P.C. oc lo-3t
W ANTED?Three first'class TIN and SHEET
IRON WORKERS.
E. H. k H. I. GREGORY,
oc 10-3t*_321 Penn. avenue.
WANTBD-A ?rood, smart,active BOY,between.
the age of 15 and 18 .ears, to attend a retail
Clothing store. The best of references in regard
to honesty reqilred. Inquire at the southeast
corner 22d and G streets.
oc in-2t*_H. MOR RIS.
ANTED?To rent a neat HOUSE, containing 8
to l?' rooms, in a respectable location, and
from ]n to IS min-ites walk from Odd Fellows'
Hall. Rent from EMS to |S1?? per annum, or will
exchange a smaller house with anyt-nsnt occupy
ing the above. Apply t?P J BELLBW k CO.'S,
510 7th street,, door? south of Odd Fellows' Hall.
oclO-St_
WANTED IMMEDIATKLY-First class TAIL
ORS. The Society price? paid.
WALL, STEPHENS A CO.. 322 Pa av.,
oc 8-3t between 9th and 10th sts.
HOUSE PAINTERS.-Wanted, three good
HOUSE PAINTERS.
M. ? PaRKERA CO.,
oc 8-St*_89 Louisiana avenue.^
RESPECTABLE L\DY WISHES TcT-TaVB
a8ITUAT10N as seamstrese; can cut and fit
ladies and chil?ren's dresses. The best of recom
mendations can be given, if required. Please al
drees a note to Box No. 10 Star Office, oc 3 3t*
WANTED?Bv a respectable colored woman,
a 8ITUATION as cook, in a respectable
family or bo'el. Also, a young colored girl wants
? SITUATION as chambermaid or second cook.
Please address a note to Box No. 35 Star Office.
oc 8 3t?_
\M7__NTBD-F<rat class COAT MAKBRS. to
~T whom the best Northern city prices will be
paid :
Wm. Tucker. Stabler A Young,
Wm. T. Griffith, Jas. Lackey,
F J. Heiberger, H. Ribnitzky,
Hinten A Teel, ? Hughes,
Geo. F. Schafer, M Loeano.
McRae k Taft. Wm. Peterson,
ce 3-tf_Merchant Tailors of Washington City.
WAFTED?First-claSB COAT nANDS, to which
th" best Northern eltf prices shall he paid.
Also.aweekly HAf*D. Applyto F. J. HBIllKR
GER Clti_?n ana Military Tailor, No. 362 under
Metropolitan Hotel._asp ,^-tf
/^ARPENTEES WANTBD.
Headnuartert Department of Washington,
Ojfiee Chief Quartermaster,
If oe. 534, 53., 538 14.h "treet. near New York av., ;
Washioto? 8ept.89,18".. )
Wanted immediately, fl'ty good CARPENTERS
to go to Point Lookout. Maryland. Wages WO per
month and a ration. Eacb workman will bringhis
ewn Kit ?.f tools. Transportation will be furni^hed
by the Gevernment for the workmen and their
tools from thie city to Point Lookout.
JOnW A BL?S0N.
Colonel and Chief Quarter m aster,
sep?? tf_Department of Washington.
WANTED?The undersigned desires to pur
chase all kind? of ladies and gentlemen's
CAST OFF CLOTHING? for which the highest
price will be paid. Gall Immediately at No. 60
Louisiana avenue, near 9th street. _
WM. BATLEY,
Dealer in all kinds of new and second hand Cloth
ing, Boot- and Shoes. Ac._sep 19 lm*
FURNISHED HOUBB WANTED.-A comfort
ably furnished HOUSE, of moderate size, is
wanted immediately in this city or Georgetown
Central location preferred. Address Box Ito. 20?
Washington city poBtoffice. sep 12 tf
WA NT BD-SBOOND HAND FURNITURE
Aise. MTRRORB, GARPBTS. BEDS. BED
PING, and HOU8BF.TRN I8H ING GOOD8of every
teneri?.ion R BUOHLY. 42? 7tb street
tes
?tion ? ?? UHL.V,t??_??? 7t*> street.
tf bet wee? G ??? ?. east side
QEORttKTOWN ADVER'MTS
jr^?RALLY, LINCOLN AND JOHNSON MEN.
There will be a public meeting of tbe
LINCOLN AND JOHNSON CLUB,
of Georgetown, D C, every
THURSDAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock.
at the Con nei 1 Cbamb?r, over the Post Office, com
mencing on next Thursriay evening, the 13th inst.
All friends of Lincoln and Johnson are invited
to attend.
G ope speakers will be in atteoda.ee. nc 7-lw*
??-?-??????- OWN ERAL LICKN8E8 AND
IL_? DO?* LICEN8B8.?All Licenses due the
Corporation of-Georgetown on tb? 1st of Oct-ber
next must be paid within ten days from that date,
otherwise they will be strictly enforced by tbe
Metropolitan Po'ice.
And cotic?is further given tbat all Do? Licen
see expire on Die ?'th in?t. If payment is delayed
beyond the l? th of Oetuber next the Licenses, by
law, ie ras.le .5 cent? higher, and if not then paid,
when demanded by (he Metropolitan Police, the
owner bec..m-* subtect to a fine, and the law di
rects tbat the dog shall be killed.
eep -0 3tawt OlO_WM. LAIRD, Clerk.
/GEORGETOWN CORPORATION STOCK.
VS Those persona wbo may be disposed to pur
ehase Georgetown Corporation Btock. which bears
aa int. rest of eix per eent. per annum, payable
quarterly, can obtain ?owe by applying to WM.
LAIRD. Clerk of aaid Corporation. oc 1-dtNl
TOWING PRO.MPTLY ATTBNDBD TO. by the
I Petoinac Tow Company'? boate, "Potomac,"
"Gov. Curtin" and "Belle Have?." Apply to the
Captains on board, or to _ _ .
JOHN B. DAVIDSON,
07 IS- Water street, Georgetown.
TEDWARD CLARK. ___,._._._'-_
LUMBBB DEALER.
Virginia avenue, between 9th and 10th ete., east,
Navy-Yard.
A large stock of all kiu'i? -f LUMBER con
stantly on band at lowest market prices.
? ep3 lm*_
? 316 F STREET. _B__)
CROCKERY. C_P
GLA__. ^L\f
AND mm
TIN Wari
CUTLERY AND FANCY GOODS
COAL OIL AND COAL OIL LAMPS.
I offer all of the sbove articles of goads, which
embrace the best assortment ever offered to the
Washington public;at 1" per cent lower than they
can be purchased elsewhere in the city.
Call and see for yourselves..
sep _-ha* 316 F st. north, bet. l-ith and lllh
PEBSONAL
. XP THE PTJ ? H C.
The temporary difficulties between us are amica
bly arranged, aad all notices and advertisements
r.flectery upon either by tho other ai?e hereby
Withdrawn. ? . F. SCHOOLMAN
;'???? ??BROWE..
- 180 Pennsylvania arena?
_??? ?
NOTICB.
All debts due the late firm of Schoolman k Ber
ro vea are te be paid to Mr. 8cho-lnean. aa a all
dabta due by us ar? to be paid by 0. F. Schoolman.
The firm of Schoolman A Burrowes is hereby
dissolved by mutual corsant, _oa g it?
PICKLES I PICKLES | PICELEB I mm
suitable for fa-Sfly uso. Te those wbo wish V?
p?t ?t tbeir own Piekles, en? be sapplied at 81
?~ "? * ." betweeo l.th and
s? kinds can be
??ts ??r HO, ?t ??? D street. I
B?a-_w__-r*;*?
oes-eoet *? *?
oeVeo? t. U. BOOTT A CO.
FOB RENT ANO SALE.
FURNISHED ROOMS to let, without board, at
2T2 F st.. corner of 13th._OC ll-2w?
FURNISHED ROOMS SUITABLE FOR H0U3B
seeping at I (1- II street, between lltb and 13th.
oc 11 2t* '_
I70R SALB-A two story KRAM ? HOUSE.. No.
? IP Penna, av Would make a *ood business
stand. Inquire of E. BOWEN, corner 2*M st. and
Pa. av._ocll-eolt*
E7 OR RENT-Two large and well furnished
A ROOMS, in a -private family near tbe Patent
Office Apply to 443 cor. 6th and ? atreet?.
oc 11 3t*
FOR BENT .-A neatly furnished front ROOM,
on the nr?<t fioor. suitable for one or two gen
tlemen, four squares from the Pr?sident'? house.
Apply at 348 L street, between 16th and 17th.
oct 11-3t*_
FOR SALE-Fire neat FRAMB HOUSES, we'1
located, containing from 6 to 7 roems. Will
be sold on ac-ommodating terms Call at No. .100,
corne*? of 9th and M streets, above Northern Lib
erty Market_ oc II-???
FOR R?NT-FURNI8HPD HOC?E. No. 1ST
West street.Georgetown Rent "MSO per month.
Apply on the premises, corner of Congress and
West streets. _oc 10 lw*
14"OR RBNT-Tbree ROOMS, furnished or unfnr
nished. single or together, to a smali fanily
for housekeeping? No, .">t?8 H street, near 5th st.
oc l'i-3t*_
FURNI8HED ROOM FOR RSNT-A FRONT
ROOM on tbe second floor, au i tab le for two
trentlenien. Apply at No. 401 H etreet north, be
tween 12th and 13th._oc 10-3t_
C*0R RENT-? FURNISHED ROOM, suitable for
? a married couple, with the privilege of using
tn* Kitchen. Rent moderate. Apply en 14th st ,
between Rhode Island av. and ? et. oc l"-3t?
FOR RENT?A H?U8B. containing 6 rooms, on
? street,bet. 9th ani Mth. Inquire of
Mr. RICHARDSON,
oc IP-2t? onL St., bet. 12th and 13th, No. 473.
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.-For rent,
comfortable and well furnished ROOM"? at 4 50
12th street, east side, between G and H ate. No
cbUdr ?- ? in the house The location is one of the
most agreeable and desirable in Washington,
oc li 1-im_
Ii"*0R RBNT, to gentlemen, In aprivate family,
two neatly FURNIBHED ROOMS-a p*rlor
and chamber, connected, on first floor?near State
Department (and in the center of business,) *60
New York avenue, second door from 16th at.
oclii- tf_
?0 RENT?A completely furnished HOUSE, con
taining eleven large rooms, with parlor,
kitchen, dining roovn.bath room, with cold and
hot water and gas. Terms mod?r?t??. Inquire at
No. 399 18th street, between F and G streets.
_c OWrl w_^_
A PARTIALLY FURNISHED HOUSE for rent,
five squares from Pennsylvania avenue; con
tains nine rooms, wTtn bath-room, water closet,
R
ii
?OMO M,M,. 1U..IUD. "L" M??? ? ?VV_,. p?.. . ,..-'..,,.,
gas throughout. Ac; Very convenient and in ex
cellent order. Rent ?15 ? per month in advance.
Uaexcepticnable references required, sud no
boarding-bouse keeper need apply. Inquire for
?? A. B..'~ at the Star Office._oc HMw
FOR RBNT.-Wm be for rent on the 5th of No
vember next, a two-story frame H0U8S, con
taining 6 rooms, passage and stairway separate
from rooms; a side alley, and a large yard: situated
on the north side of I street, fourth door from 5th
street west. No. ?34. Proposals will be received
by the subscriber until the above time, at the cor
ner of 5th street west and G north.
ocio-lw?_F. B. LORD. 8R.
? OR SALE.
Will be sold at private sale, a great bereain in
the STOCK and OUTFIT of the Livery and Sale
Stable, corner Bridge and Market streets, George
town, D. C , consisting of 15 bead of fine H<>rses
and Mares; 1 Close Hack; 1 Open Hack; 4 sett? Dou
ble Harness; 10 sett? Single do.; 3 four-seat Car
riaee?; 2 new Top Buggies; 3 second baud do.; 1
German town Wagon; and 1 Baggage Wagon; I fine
young Mule, and many other articles.
Those in want will do well to call immediate"?,
as the subscribers are determined to close out
tbeir entire stock.
oc 111 6t?_P. T, GLAPMON A CO. .
OOMd FOR KENT-Apply at the corner of 8th
and ? streets._oc 8 6t?
00 M 8 FOR-RENT-Apply at No. 570 Net.,
between 6th and 7th sts._oc 8 St*
RR8T?URANT FOR SALE-Fixture? and Bar.
Lease for five years. Rent ?26 per soonta Ap
ply at the StarjOftice._oc S-af
POR RENT?A HOUSE containing seven rooms
and a cellar, situated on 7th etreet. between
? and O, No. IM. Possession given immediately.
Inquire next door. No. 1(53_oc 3 3t*
FOR SALE-Tbarbi??tifiil SQUARE. No. H78.
combining mere advantages than any other
unimproved square in the eity, is for sale. In
tuire of G. CRANDELL, No. 12"** Bridge street,
Georget wn, D C.;orathis residence, No. 537
H et , before 8 o'clock a. m._oc 8-lw*
F-ORTr?NT^A large BRICK HOUSE, and Fur
niture for Fale. The henee contains 12 rooms,
newly pap-red, and with all the modern improve
menta in it: centra'ly located. The furniture is
new, tuai will be sold at a loss, as th? owner leaves
the city. For particulars a Idress O. B., Post Of
fice_oc 8-lw?
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT. Apply at
No. 41 Louisiana av., between 6th and 7th ate.
oc 5_
FOR SALE?THREE HOUSES, ONB DRUG
STORE. TWO BUGGIES AND TWO HORSES,
IMPROVED FARM IN ILLINOIS, inquire at No.
455 Massachusett?? avenue, near Sixth street.
oc 6 .*,? *_
FOR SALE-Two BRIOS HOUSES, each con
t.ining eight rooms, and one Frame Houae,
containing three rooms, in good condition, with
6,620 feet of ground attached. Price fftJOS. In
quire of R. M. COMB?), 8th etreet, Navy Yard.
oc5-lw*
FOR RENT?(Paesesslon given immediately,) a
pleasant FRONT ROOM, nicely furnish edLwIll
be rented to g- ntlemen only, and is very suitable
for the accommodation of two persons. Tbe lady
of the, house is not prepared to furnish meals; so
gentlemen desiring board need not applv. Apply
at 408 9th st., between H and I._oc 5 tf
1??H RRNT-Desirahle FURNISHED R "OMS,
without board, to gentlemen only Twofoonn
suitable for offices References required. At No.
? 400 4th etreet. near City Hall.___J___?*1_
FOR RENT?The larpeand commodious ROOMS
comprisingthe second,third and fourth sto
ries over J. L Kidwell'e new Drug Store, on E st.,
near corner of Pa. ay. and 14th ?f., twodeors be
low Willards'Hotel.
an 29-tf_JOHN L. KID WELL.
BURNISHED ROOMS to let. without board, at
27 jj F st., corner of 13th. sep27 2w*
08LING HOUSE FOR SALI.
The Proprietor of this popular aad well-known
Hotel and Restaurant intends to retire from busi
ness, and offers hia well luown house for sal?.
Any one wishing to engage in a LUCRATIVE
BUPINES8 can call on the Proprietor, ?247 Penn
sylvania avenue bet. 12th and 1Mb ate. sel>6w'>
T~1?B_?NDER8IGNED WILL SELL AT PRI
vate salea tract of LAND, containing about
two hundred and fifty acres, distant about4 mi.es
from tbe Capitol, over Benei-c'e Bridge; about ??
aeree cleared, and 45 in meado???; the balance in
unsurpassed timber, mostly oak and chestnut. No
improvement?.except a small hoitee. For further
particulars address Box 3*?4, Washington, D, 0.,
or inquire of the subscriber, 1>? miles northeast
of Benning's Bridge,
sep 6 2p*?_E. SHERIFF.
FURNI8HED ROOMS TO RBNT. without Board",
to e? ni lernen only?34 7 ? street, near lith.
Inquire of Mrs. A. E. 8TEPHENS0N. au Sl-tf .
I
G
PERSONAL.
I>EBSONAL.-Any friend of MISS H. L. HAM
LIN. who waa in the city about three months
since, will confer a favor by leaving her Poet Of
fice address at this office._ooU-3t?
IF THE LADY WHO FOUND A LADY'S HUNT
ing Case Geneva Gold Watch in the Centre
Mnrket. on Saturday, the 8th instant, and so kind
ly left ber address with Mr. Weaver, will leave it
?gain, tbe owner will consider it a great favor,and
call and prove property. oc 11-21*
B?
YB' AND YOUTHS'
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
We invite parents to an inspection o our large
stock ef
BOYS' OVERCOATS.
BOYS- JACKETS.
BOYS' PANTS,
5 - BOYS' VESTS,
BOYS'SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS, DRA WERE, Ao
which we are selling as low as geoda of like qual
ty can be bad for in tbe Northern cities.
WALL. STEPHENS A CO..
3*2'.- Pennsylvania avenue,
sepli-lmlf [Intel.] bet.cth and Iftth st?.
Auf* CHOICE FALL STOCK. , AQf?
496...._-- PAPERHANGINGS. _.... ??48b
Justopened, a beautiful assortment of Gold, Em
broidered and medium priced Gilt papers,
Also, a varied and choice stock of Satie and
Blank Papera. Borders, Statues, Centre Pieces, Ac.
Orders for Paperhanpinga or Window Shades
punctually executed in city or oountry.
Terms cash for goods and labor.
Affi OVAL PICTURE FRAMES. ??g
Tbe riebest, handsorrest and most varied stock
of Gilt and Dar? Wood Oval Picture Frames la
tbe l?istriet. These ?code are warranted to be
gilded with gol ' leaf and of superior workmen
*_{so. s beau-fu* saewrtment ef Card Visit?
Frames of foreign aud domestic manufaetar?. All
goods warranted as represented.
486 WINTHJ-^fHADES. 486
Different eel ors and si ie* Window Shades iu
store. Orderefor any required style or size Shade
made to order. _ '
486 ?10??^? WK?_^?I> TASSELS. AQ/?
Different rite* and colors Pletore Cord ani Tas
seis. Ring?, ??1??.*?. ? .. .
' * '' ' ' '-' ? - i.-_1 ? 1 I in * A
486 0AB* ^M? e_M_a_h ?o?
French GUt, ? wise Carved wood, and American
Composition Card Frame* In variety.
486 ??le*?. 486
,??????*****^
KTPleaa? remember the Number. 486. and th?
term Cash for Goods and Labor. ?ep 17-ew.f*
"Of
?SB
AUCTION SALEb.
Per ether Aactle? Salea ?ee firm peg?
THIS AFTEmWggW ?_??> TO-MORROW
DY GREEN a WILLIAMS. Auctioneer*
mm ??. .?.fc corner ;t ? and D etre -ts n.r'.h
T?_tTH*T?r?V_F__?.F~a?'^ABI'E _?___ ??*
AT AUCTION 8T< N1AR N?RTH ? 8TR ?
By virtu? o( a deed of truat. dated tke 28th dav
of SeptemHer. 1_?<?, recorded in LiW J a ?f ? IM?
IBA Folios 73, 7?, 7? and 7 .. on. nf the Ian l L,.?,
? _r,?Y_". ._.g?_.?& a' SFs
The abo-e pr* perty is situated where the Phil?.?
de'phi? Com par?, is building.
Terme: One-half cash, balance In six and twelve
moni hr. from day o' nal? with interest and the pay
ments thereof, to be secured by notes from the pur
chaser, endorsed to the satisfaction of the trustee.
A deed given and a deed of trust taken.
If terms of sale are not complied with in 6 dare
from the dsy of sale the property will be resold
after one week's notice given in the ? veni ne Star,
at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser
All Conveyances, inclndiug revenue stamps at
the cost of tbe purchaser.
Fifty dollars will be required when tbe property
is knoeked off. and if noe paid down it will be thsn
put up again and sold to the ntxt highest bidder
who shall comply with the terms.
J09BPH PECK.Trustee.
Sep-Qeod-cdB GRBBN A WILLIAMS. Aucts.
|?Y J. 0. McGUIRB A CO.. Auctioneer?.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OfTmPROVED PROPERTY
AT THK CORNER OF VBRMONT AYBNUE
AND NORTH V srRBBT
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. October llth, at
4% o'clock, on the premieee, by virtue of a deed of
trust from James Brown, da+ed Hav 17th, ? v.i and
duly recorded among the land records forWashingf
ton county, I shall ???, Lots No 1 and 31. in Barr'e
subdivision of Square No. 3?8, fronting on Ver
mont avenue, at th* eorner of north V etreet, and
running back to a public alley, and improved by a
small Brick Hoase and a portable shanty.
Terms: One half in caen; the remainder to eix
and nine months, with Interest, secared by a deed
of trust on the premises.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur
chaser._
U._?. X'DENOUR. Trustee.
eep_3eoAda ' C.M.'OriRB A CO.. Ancts.
DY JAB. 0. McGUIBB A CO..Auctioneers.
LOT FRONTING ON "VIRGINIA AVENUE
BETWEEN CANAL STREET AND DltLA
WARE AVENUS, WITH SMALL FRAMB
H0U8B.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. October llth, at ?
o'clock, on tbe premises, we shall sell Lot No. 10,
in Square No. 641. fronting 30 feet 3 inches on Vir
ginia avenue, between Delswa'e avenue and Canal
etreet, (near Virginia avenue bridge) and through
to north ? etreet, improved by a small frame
house.
Terms: One third in cash; the remainder in six
and twelve months, with interest, secured by a
dead of trust on tbe premises.
Cost ? f conveyances and stamps to be paid by
the purchaier.
ocg-d J. C McGUIRE A CO.. Ancta.
Y GREEN k WILLIAMS. Auctioneer?.
No. 626, corner 7th and D streets north.
TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE AND LOT ON THB
EAST 8IDBOF FOUR AND A HALF8TRKBT,
NEXT 10 THE CORNER OF SOUTH F ST., AT
AUCTION.
On TUE8DAY. the llth instant, t?? shall sell, in
front of the premiseB^t ? o'clock p. m.. part of
lot No. 15, in Square No. 539, with the improve
ments, which are a good two story frame House,
certain ing 1 ro. m- and kitchen.
Tiiis property is handsemely situated on 4?_ st'rt
and suitable for business or a private residence.
Teme cash.
$3o will bereauired when the property is knocked
off, and if not complied with it will be put up and
sold to tbe next highest bidder.
All conveyancing, including revenue stampe at
the cost of the purchaser.
Title indisjjutab'e.
oc7d GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucte.
?
?
Y J. C. Mc?UIBE k CO., Auctioneers.
BUILDING LOTS ON 1 ?TH STREET AT AUC
TION.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. October llth, at
6 ? 'clock, on the premises, we shall eell Lots No.
12 and 13, in Rev. Dr. White's subdivision of
Square N'J. 23fi, fronting20 feet each on Uth street,
between U and V sts. north, and running back l? ?
feet to a 15 foot alley.
Titles perfect
Terms: One-half cash; balance in _ months, with
interest, secured by a deed of trust on the prem
ises.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur
____u_____u.
oce-d J. 0. McGUIRE k 00 , Aucts.
?
Y W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneer?.
WEST END LOT ? BAR PENNSYLVANIA
AVBNUB AND WASHINGTON CIBCLE, AT
On TUESDAY AFTBRNOON, llth Inst. at? o'clk,
we will sell in front of the premises. Lot 12 sub
division of Square 38, fronting 23>? feet on the
west Bide of 34th etreet, near Pennsylvania Ave.
and Washington Circle.
Terms : $200 cash, balance in 6,12 and 18 month?,
bearing interest and secured by deed of trust on
the premises.
All conveyances at the expense of tbe purchaser.
c_>e WM. L. WALL A. CO., Auct-.
?
Y BOTELER A WILI.SOX, Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE OF CONDEMNED HOSPITAL
PBOPBBTY.
Mbdioal Purveyor's offiok,
WA8HIS0T0N, D. 0.. October 3,1854.
Will be sold at publie auction, at Medical Store
keeper's Depot, comer F and Eighteenth streets,
in this city, on
WEDNESDAY. October 12th, 1864.
A QUANTITY OF HOSPITAL FURNITURE,
Consisting of Iron Bedsteads, Hair Pillows,
Sheets, Blankets, Stoves, Chairs, Knives, Forks,
Spoons, Empty Boxes, Ac, Ae.
These articles have been condemned as unSt for
Hospital use.
Terme : Cash, in United States currency.
Pale to comm.nce at 10 o'clock A. If.
By order of Major General Augur,
0. SUTHERLAND,
?
Surgeon UJJ. ?.. Med'l Pury'r.
oct3-td_ Depot of Washington.
Y W. ?. LEWIS A CO., Auctioneers.
CLOSING OUT SALE OF DRY GOODS, STORE
? t VTFRE'? Vi*
WEDNESDAY, Oct. 12th. at li o'clock, at store
corner .th and I ste., Navy Yard, we shall aell
balance of Dry Goods, Boots. Shoe?, Ac. Also,
Fixtures, as Counters, Cases, Drawers, Shelving,
??., being first-clasB, and cost to fit up over ? .00.
oc lu W. B. LEWIS A 00., Ancts.
?
Y GREEN k WILLIAMS, Auctioneer?.
ONE FINE BAY STALLION AT AUCTION.
On THURSDAY,tbe 13th instant, at go o'clock
a. m , wesbaH sell, at Martin's Livery Stable, cor.
ftthand D streets west, one BAY STALLION, sold
for livery and charges due to Cyrus Martin.
cell_GREEN k WILLIAMS, Aucts.
?
Y JAB. 0. MoG?IBB k CO., Anetioneere.
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF FURNITURE
AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS
On FRIDAY MORNING. October 14th, at 10
o'clock, at the residence of the late Thonns P.
Wilson, No. 161 ?3d etreet west, I shall sell all
the Household Furniture and Effects, comprising
the usual assortment, such as?
Sofas. Arm and Parlor Chairs
Parlor Tables. Whatnot
Carpf-ts, Curtains, Oilcloth, Mattine, Bugs
Bedsteads, Bureaus, Wardrobes, Washstauda
Mattresses. Belsters and Pillows
Blankets. Comforts, Sheets
Dining Table, C me. seat Chairs
China. Glass, and Crockery Ware
Toilet Sets, Looking (fiasses, Clock
Castors, Waltere, Table Cutlery
Cooking and other Stoves
Together with the usual assortment of Kitchen
Utensils.
Terme cash. JNO. D MrPITBBSQV. Adm'r.
t?cll-d JAS. C.McQ?IRg a CO., Ancts.
11Y BOTELEB A WILSON, Auctioneers.
SALE OF H0U8EH0LD~FURNrTURE AT AUC
TION.
On THURSDAY MORNING, October 13, at 10
o'clock, we shall sell, at No. 1 Virginia avenue,
(on the Island, and opposite the 7th street rail
road,) the e li. et ? of a family declining housekeep
ing, consisti ng in part of, viz :
One superior Parlor Buit, covered with broea
telle, embracing two Sofas, twe Arm Chairs, six
Chairs.
Etagere, Cat . Table. Marble-top Sideboard,
Dresi?in*: "?d other Bureaus,
Feather Beds. Mattreaeea, Bedsteads,
Waflhstands, Mahogany Sofa.
Crockery and Glass.
Cooking Utensils, Cook Stove..t?.
Ter_neca?h. BOTELER k WILSON.
octl.-d_t._Aneti qgeei-.
BY WM. L. WA1.L * CO , Auctioneers.
i-'outh eorner Penn. avenue and 9th street.
INGRATN
CRNI
. SBABY -POR~1.GBN?8HING. AT
DB8DAV MORNING. October 13, com
menciug acM?'clock, we will sell, at our Auction
Booms, the balance of the stock of Oarpetings,
Ac, comprising? . _. _
Velvet. BTO-BielB, Three-ply. Icera-a Eu**? D?e
1 Parte.1 Beit in Bilk BrocateUe, compi ete
3 I'arlor BeiU in Striped Repe. complete
1 Parlor Suit in Merrocn, compi*te ??_,?_._.
Walnut Bofes, Cables, Busy. Parlor and Rocking
Cc.t?e8ett,taaire*dBhuok Mattreaees
KerWe-towt^PlaimEiageree^Whi^U
Walnut an. Mahogany, Marble-top aad Piain ?a
Walm*t" Jenny Lind Cottage, and Plain Bed?
Btea-B ._._.
Hat Backe. Writing Desks. A <
With manyotber sirttejej,.?:-.??-^-- -
elose.to whi?_* ne etmemeHs ????|? thejrtte
o th? trade and others, aa the stoek is large.
Terme cas?. WM. t., f^U, fc 00.. An.ts.
BStSgEM. TELVET. THREE-PLY, INGRATI
CARPETS, MATTING. {.Cl'ERlOR FCRN1
?DJMkE?_i-_-OR SUITS, ANDOTBBR ARTI
sold to
attention
oc io
|iy j. O. McGUIBB * QOa Anctioi
BXECUTOfB SALE OF THRBB-iTORY RRICK
?WB-LING ??OBl_._._iJi^&JjR?E*. BE
irttf-ssaesi
?three,
red by
AUCTION ?JAi-fiS.
rPTCRB BATE.
?Y J. C IIOGUIRE A_co.. Auctioneer?.
CHANCERY SALE Ol? VALU^RLy VACANT
KITS AT THB OOBNBROr ? aTR-TlT ???G?
AND l-?? STRKKT WEBT ??***t ?????
Pursuant ?o a decree of the Supreme Oonrt of th?
District of Colu-ibia passed on the 9th day of p.-,,
U'luber. A. D. lft>4. in ? oertaia cau?e ? No i*j?
equity*? wherein Lloyd W. Williams is complainant
ard Arthur Nelson and others a?? defendant* ta?
?adermpned Trustee will, on WEDNESDAY, the
12th day ot Ortober. A D 1<**4. at 6 o'clook p. m
in 'rot.t of the premise?, sell, at public auction
the following descri?*?! pieces of ground, sitaste In
th>? city of ?Vai? h ing to ? and District of Columbia
with the appurtenances thereto belonging, vu :
The east part of Lot l'i. in square?'?*', fr<?ntie*
fifteen f>et on Fstr??*t north and runniaghark with
thai width the depth of said lot
Al* the north part of Lot 17. in sam* square,
?S'i."' fron?ir*B twenty ei*ht feet and six inch s on
lit h street west and runnin* bach with that wid.h
the depth of the lot.
*?*"**?* of sal?, as prescribed hy the decree will
?w *,nf'.*hir4of the purchase money in e?*h. and
K?-?mS*?.*? "'?and twelve months With interest
nnt?. .?.?,?? of ?*?_?? for wBoa the Mgekbsaar"*
-retaiiT?d ii?Xp/0,^ _____*??will ?""* taken, wita
* SIVS . en rn th?? premie*?.
piircnaser, on one week? public ?otice
tbe^?''?'" ?"* eUm^ *? be Paid hy
JOHN O.KIHNKDT Tm.???
Mp20eo&ds JAS. 0. McGOlPE A ?oT. Anota'.
?
? JAS. 0. McGUIRE A CO.. AeetioneersT
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF PINE ROSEWOOD G A?" ?
PIANO TORTE COSTLY DIAMOND ??vT
GOLD WATCH. THREE CLfSTER DIAMOND
RINGS, FURNITURE, AND HOUSEHOLD
EFFECTS. AT PUBLIC SALE.
On THURSDAY MORNING. October 13. at
House No. ?.?70. O street, between lltb and ltth
streets, by order or the honorable the Judge of
the Orphans' Court ol th? District of Columbia. I
shall sell
One auperior rosewood case Piano Forte, with
Cover and Stool
Butta of bande?me Parlor Furniture, finished in
green velvet
French plate Mirror. Slab and Bracket
Marble tup Center and Sofa Tablea
Two Bilk Damask and Lace Curtains, with Fix.
turo?
Fine Rugs. Oil Paintings, Fancy Ornament?
Brussels and Ingrain Carpets
Mahogany and ?> alnut Haircloth-covered Chairs
Mahogany and Walnut Marble to* Dressing Bu
reaus and Washstand?
Walnut and Mahogany Bedsteads
llir and Husk Mattresses, Beleters and Pillows
Bed and Table Linen
Oak Marble to? Sideboard. Oak Onairs
French China Dinner and T?a Service
S Wer plated Castor*. Spoons, and Forks
Cooking and other Stoves, together with a full
complement of Cooking Utensils.
AT 11 O'CLOCK PRPCISBLY,
One fine ladite* Gold Hunting Case Diamond set
Wa'cb, valued at f4i?>
Three Diamond Ciu-ter Rings, valued at **- "
G?ld Bracelets and Ear Rings.
Termsca/h. ?_?_ ?-_
WM. A ROSS. Executor.
oc6-d JAS. C. McGUIRB A CO., Aucts.
?
Y J. C. MOGUIRB k CO., Auctioneers
CH ANCBRY PALE OF VALUABLB LOTS NBAR
THB DEPOT AND AROUND THE CAPITOL
Pursuant to a decree of the Supreme Court of
tbe District of Columbia, passed on the ?tu day of
May. 1864, in ao equity cau?e pending in said Court,
wherein Bleazer Liminley and others are complain
ants,and Joaeph L. Ingle and other? are defend
ants, the subscriber will, on WEDNK9DAY, ?he
6th day of October next, at 4H o'clock, on tae prem
ises, offer at public sale to the highest bild?r. Lots
No. 1 and 2. in Square No Gel. situated at the cor
ner of north ? ?treet und Delaware avenu?.
On THURSDAY, the 6th of October, at 4'* o'clk,
on the premises. Lot No. 4, in Square No. 637,
fronting on south D street, between Delaware ave
nue ard south Capitol street. Lot ? 1.2. in Square
No W3, on south E strnet. between New Jersey av
enue and south Capitol street, and Lots 7. X, 9, ?0,
11,12, 13,14. 16. It?. 17,18. 19, 20, and 21, in Square Be,
733. near St. Peter's Church.
The terms, as prescribed by the d??cree, will ce:
One-third of the purchase money iu cash, and the
reeidue in two equal instalments, in six and ?weite
months from the day of sale, for which the paraba?
ser's notes, with approved security, bearing inter
est from tbe day of sale, will be taken, with a re
tained lieu on the premises.
A deposite of ???1 on each lot will be required at
the sale. .,_ . ,
The cost of conveyancing,certificates of tale. and
stamps to be borne by the purchaser.
It the terms of sale be not fully complied wiih
within five days next after tb? day of eale. the
property* ??ill be re sold, at the risk and cost ?G the
defaultin* purchaser, after one week's pubi??; no
tice bv advertisement in the Evening Star.
tice oy aoven? J0_?j ? KBNVEDy?, Trust-e.
sepn-coAdfl J.O. McGUIRE A CO.. Auct?.
?7-??? ABOVE SALE 18 UNAVOIDABLY
postponed natii THUBSDAY AFTERNOON, 0c
tober 13th, same hour aod place.
JOHN C. KENNEDY, Trustee.
oc ? J- C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctfl.
?
Y WM. L. WALL k CO., Auctioneers.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF VALUABLE IM
POVED PROPERTY IN THB lIR?T WAR
AT AUCTION.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON. October IS, at 4
O'clock, we sball sell, in front ofthe premises, on
? street, between 26th and 27th sts . adjoining the
Washington Brewery, part of Lot No. 3, in Square
No 4 fronting ? feet on ? street, with ? depth of
111 ?set, and improved by two nearly new fram?
Dwelling Houses with frame back buildings.
Terms; One third cash; balance In six and twelve
menthe, secured tv s. deed of trust on th? proper
ty,
All conveyancing and stamps at the cost of th?
purchaser.
oc8-d lint.] WM.L. WALL A CO.. Aacts.
Y JAMES C. McGUIRE A CJ., Auctioneers.
?
40 8IDE8 HEMLOCK SOLE LEATHER.
On THURSDAY MORNING, October 13th. at 11
o'clock, in front of the Auction Rooms, we ahall
sail, in lotst? suit,
40 sides Hemlock Sols Leather.
Terms cash. JAS. C. McGCIRE k CO.,
oc **?d_Auctioneer?.
BY "OREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneer!.
No. ?20 corner 7th and D streets north.
SALE OE VALUABLE IMPROVED AND UN
IMPROVED PROPERTY.
The tmdersifc-ne.l, trustees under the will of the
late Edmund Reiley. offer for sale at public auc
tion the following property :
On WEDNESDAY, _5th October instant, at four
o clock p. m.. on the premises?
, Part of Lot 8, Sonare 69o, fronting G2feet5li
inche? on 1st street east.
Lots 4 and ?J, Square 814.
East half of Lot 16, Square 8<57.
L?t S, 8*u*r*7'<B.
Part rf Lot 4. r'quare 730. IS feet 10!.. inehes on A
street and $o feet on 2d street east.
l'art ?-f Lot 8, Square 769. west part fronting 20
feet on East Capitol street by depth of lot. Three
years of lease on lot unexpired
Part of Lot 9, Square 758. beginaing at northwest
angle of square, running south and along 2d etreet
east an feet 7 inches, thence east 21 feet 3II? inches,
thence 91 feet 8'? inches to Maryland avenue,
thence south westwardly aloug said avenue S? feet
to tbe piace of beginning, containing ?,?? square
feet.
Part of Lot in. Square 843. beginning at the dis
tance of 16 feet from tbe northeast corner of and
fronting 10 feet it inches on li etreet south by depth
of lot.
Part of Lot lo, Square 843, be?'nning at the west
corner of said lot, with front of 27 feet by Hepth of
lot? - ._?
Part of Lot K?, Squero 729.
Lf ase 99 years on 25 feet front by depth of lot, 52
years unexpire?*, on East Capitol street, near Cap
itol ground*.
And o? THURSDAY, the ?6th instant, at 4 o'cl'k
p. m , on the premises?
North half of Lot 2*?, Square 53.
Lot A, subdivision of 8? i?re 579, fronting 23 feet
K.incbee on south D atreet, depth If? feet 6 inches,
containin* 2,573 square fee*.
The improvements are: Two frame buildings on
part of Lot 19, Square 729;one frame on lot 9. Suqare
188; 2 brick houses on part of Lot 4, Square 730. and
a frame on Lot A Square 579.
Terms ?G s?le: One half ofthe purchase mener
is to be paid in cash, and the residue in 6 and 12
months, with iotsrest. secured by a deed of trust
on the premise?, or all rash, at the option of the
purer, ater. _ . , . ,,,.
A payment of P25 on each lot will be required at
the time of purchase.
If the tern?? of sale are not complied with in one
week thereafter, the right to resell, at the risk
and ex-?im? o_ th* dafau.tiag purchp/er, on one
week'? previous, notice in the h_tion*I Intelligea
cer is reserved by tbe trosteea.
Tbecoft of conveyancing? a?_t revenue ataraps
to be paid t>r'?'JK*._*-y^_._.
PATRIOK M< KERJfk.
JOHN CARROLLrSENT. Tru*Ws
oc 3d . eR?BJrA^riLLlAM?-, Aucts.
|>Y J. O. McGUIRE? A CO., Auctioneers.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUARLE BUILDING
LOTS IN THEElRsf WARD.
By virtue of a de-re* Of the Supreme Court of
tbe District of Columbia, made sud passed in the
cause No. 284 equity, Ricard et al. agt. Ricard et
al., I will sell, on tb? premises, at publie auction,
on SATURDAY, the 22rt day of October, A. D. 864.
at 4 o'clock p. m., Lot? numbered.thirtp (30) and
thirty-one, 131.1 ia Square numbered one hundred,
(lim.) in the city of Waahington.
The lota front on 2oth atreet, between L and M
?treet.? north, in a rapidly improving portion of
tb? city. Bach lot will be divided into two part?.
Two lots will then have a front of 25 fe*t ?H inches.
and the other twoPS feet libi lache?, all having a
depth of 18? feet 9 inchea tea 3U feet alley.
Term? cash.
Conveyancing and stamp? at th* expense of the
purchaser.
Tbe title is perfect.
P. W. JONES. Trastee.
oc 5 eoA de_ J. C. McGUIRE A PO- Auct?.
A U0T10N BALE Of CONDEMNED HORSES.
?i?aTt?*rtne5??f Ornerai's O?auUtDivision,i
... Wa*Atngtea City. October a. 1864. (
Will b?sold at piWc^aVtioa. Uth? hipheet
bidder. atCHeeboro, D. 0.,*?p .. ,?.
PRISAT OCTOBER o? I?**
ONE HUNDRED C^AJLB? HURSE3.
,*,*.?''."_'?!^.?y5?*?? ?? -? ? **?
pala? Myjj bs4L
Teniiei'eaeb iiuaiud Sta?? currency. Sale to
cemmeaosstio?.?-. ja?S A. ERIN,
??t te-IPt Cot? ?? ?aarge lstgtr. Q. ?G?. O.

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