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I AMCBBMBNTB TO-NIOBT. fPRT>*fl TBKA-r.K.-Tc-nlflit tae 11 r icung actor. Junius Brutni Boo ? ?Ketrijja ,n Tom Taylor's celebrated Pla>* ,,0 tiOD," or, "The ,'tn the new ftlfo appear, for the first_mne h Wonld an(1 and ?co v lsh to miss a treat to go to-night, ana go %HOvr.K-? T^HKATKB.-To-niKhn;^e?econdo with t^^ndousap *>lanHP and a crowded house. Mr. Setcneii win ?ntwnr tn-nifcht in two side-splitMng charac ter*, ip the comedy of "Married Life," as Mr. JfpnYy Dove, and In the screaming farce of i.Thp Mummy ? as Tobey Trap. Go and see liim. OAHTHtntBY ?The beautiful and accom Thshed ?ctress, Cherry Belle, In "Don Juan," the Libertine, is still urawlng crowded houses to the Canterbury. She will appearevery night this weflr, in connection wi?h the other favor ites of this well known and well patronized invitation. Tbi National Dbmooratic association? The /furnt Flag ?I>ast night, a meeting or the isational Democratic Association was held at Parker's Hall, Mr. J. F. Haliday tn the chair. As it was generally understood that a letter irom the Lincoln and Johnson Club relative to tiie horning of the flag 011 Friday evening last wonld be read at this meeting, the hall was crowded to its ntmost capacity. After the transaction of some routine busi ness, and a speech from the Rev. Mr. Deuni eon, of Tennessee, Dr. CJharles Allen mounted the platform, and proceeded to read the fol lowing letter, whicn was greeted with groans, hisses, laughter, and cries of "Send it back, &c. Lincoln and Johnson Headquarters, Washington, Oct. 21, 1H>4.?Hon. Chas. Mason, frcsidrint MeClellan and Pendleton Club?Sir: At a meeting of the Lincoln and Johnson Club, lieid on Saturday evening, Oct.22d, resolutions were adopted expressive of regret at the burn ing of your flag during the progress of our torchlight procession on the evening of the 2;st instant, which we believe to have been the result of accident; but if done intention ally, denouncing the act in the strongest terms. The executive committee of this cluo was also instructed to tender your association an amount ol money to cover the cost of that flag, which I now do in behalf of the execu'ive committee, and upon being informed of the turn will immediately pay it over to whoever 5our association may authorize to receive it. I will simply add that when this is done we request that the injared flag be handed over to the executive committee of this club. Very respectfully, yours, &c., L. Clkphawb, President Lincoln and Johnson Club. As soon as Dr. Allen had finished reading the letter, some one in the crowd proposed three groans for the document; which were duly rivet. Dr. Allen moved that the letter be referred to a committee, which should prepare a reply, and submit it to the association for action at its next meeting. Several gentlemen objected to this motion, and cries of ' Send it back," "Lay it on the table," Jcc., were heard from all parts of the room. Mr. John F. Ennis did not object to the letter feeing referred to a committee, as it was ad dressed in a respectful manner, but he desired to state the fact, for the consideration of the committee, that not two hours alter the flag ?was burnt, a number of Democrats came for ward and voluntarily contributed S250, which be had in his pocket, while the Republicans were running all over the city to raise a suffi cient sum to replace the flag. Finally, Dr. Allen's motion was agreed to, and the Chair appointed as the committee Judge Mason, Dr. Allen, John F. Ennis and W H Henig ? Private Dupey, cf the Veteran Reserve Corps, and several other gentlemen addressed the association, after which the meeting ad journed. Tit* M< Clbllan Flao.?In accordance with a resolution adopted by the National Demo cratic Association on Saturday evening, the Jiag which was partially destroyed by fire, accidentally or purposely, as the Lincoln and Johnson procession were passing on Friday jiight, was vesterday morning sent to Phil adelphia, to "be presented to the National Ex ecutive Committee. The flag is accompanied by the following committee ?Messrs. Flinn, (Mampitt, James L. McQuire, Clayton, Dr. Allen and Geary. The presentation will be made to the National Committee to-night, at the headquarters of the Keystone Club, and the democracy of this city expect to make great use of it as a "campaign document." Alter the prompt disclaimer of the republi cans, however, the attempt to manufacture Political capital out of it will be so trans parent and sillv that the above committee will sain nothing by their trip heyond the opportu. jilty for an airing and a pleasant little spree. A SBRiors Jokb.?About ten days since, CJapt. D. Maran, Kh Michigan infantry, ar rived here with a squad of colored recruits and substitutes, which he turned over to Capt. Camp, at Soldiers' Rest, according to order, taking his receipt therelor. After the men had been assigned to temporary quarters at the Rest, it was discovered that on the way here be bad attempted to induce some of the men to desert and had by threats extortod money from two of them, receiving Sioo from one, and SIO from another. The men, however, did not de sert, and are yet at the Rest. Capt. Camp im mediately reported the case to Provost Mar shal Ingraham, and a few days afterwards d.'apt. Maran was arrested at the Sixth street wtiarf, as he was on his way to the front, and he was confronted with his accusers, when he refunded the money, but stated that he did It as a joke. Charges have been preferred against Capt Maran, who is here under arrest, await ing trial. ^ Sbcosd Ward Station Casks.?James Mc< i uire, threats; bail for peace. Also, disor derlv $3 Luke Carney, assault and battery; dismissed. Also, disorderly; SIO. Jas. Allen. drunK. John Webster, attempt to pick a rocket; sent to Superintendent. Jas. H Bass, drui.k; military. Mary Kelly, do., 82.50. Jno. McLaughlin, do.: *1. H. W. Babbitt drunk and disorderly; ?5. J. M. Hauxley. *5. George Scriber, grand larceny: for trial. John Ward, drunk and disorderly; S-'l. Martha Jones, do.; S5. Martha E. Hutts, do.; do. Isabella Gray, disorderly. Sl?. Thos. Gross, do ? ?5. Joseph Harry, do.: do. Ann Dorsey, drunk and disorderly: *10. John Proctor, dis crderly: f5. Third Ward Station Oasb*.?Jno. Ellis, drunk and disorderly, dismissed. Wm.OHar Ter, drunk: 12. Stephen Donald, do.; military. Jno. Flaherty, do.; do bpkoiax. notices. fiiiTLlMiM in want or beautiful Scarf Pins, Sleeve Muttons, Rings and Newton*. Gold Pens in morocco cases, should call at the Dollar Jewel ry Btore. 43* Pa. avenue, near st. It Fall ahd Wibtkr Clothiso. New Styles Superb Btock of Overcoats, Dress, Frock, and Waising Coats, Pantaloons Vests, ind Boys' Clothing. Furnishing Goods Ac . Ac. We ir0 now prepared to exhibit our ntock of Men a and Both' Ready-made Clothing which, for ele iance of style variety and excellence of fabric an4 7-uth'ulness of manufacture, has not been sur j>a?sed by any stock heretofore offered in this Toose in search sf Clothing for Gentlemen's and Youths' wear are invited to call and examine our utock We can na* with assurance they will tind the right article on the moat reasonable terms. Also an extensive assortment of Gentlemen s furnishing Go<.d?, comprising everything neces sary for a complete outfit. ?.0 ? NOAII WALKER A C0..3?h Pa ay., ?c 10 8m* Metropolitan Hotel Building. Coaa?, Ac.?Those afflicted with these trouble some ihmga. whether bard or soft; also, those troubled with Bunions, Callosities. Club and In growing Nails. e?n find great relief and satisfacto ry b*neflt, by applying to Dr. White. No. 424 (ennsylvama avenne, between I'i and 6tli streets, o eharge for consultation. oc21-tf t'OLOATS'S Hoist Boar. This celebrated Toilet Boap. In such universal demand, is fflfli from the choiceat material*, ia inild and emollient in Its nature, fragrantly scent Ad, and extremely beneficial in ita action upon the ?kin. for sale by all Druggists and fancy Goods Dealers. Ja 16-eoly SSOBBT DlSHASIS. Wwariiaa'i Gift is the moat certain, safe and ?(factual remedy?Indeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever discovered. Cares in two to four days, ?ad reeentcaaeain twenty-four hours Nomneral ?o balsam, no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken. It is the soldier's hope, and ? friend to those who do not want to he exposed. Male packages, ft; female, f 3. Ssaianiaa'i Hoot and Hmb Jutes*?A positive and ??nnnnentoure for By philia,Scrofula,Ulcerc. Bores Priee #1, or six bottUgfor ?! Bold hy B. 0. Ford. Bee advertisement. nl aJS sS^Jf.0/*"? H*avoM,B?*MAU UnifAmf ?"OA*-B?7?*e-?cw and reliable treatment ^.ln.aeporta of the Howard Association?Bent by AddraM ^ envelopes, free of charge, eiation^No ? Houghton, Howard Asso ?iaUon, Mo. 3 BonU Ni*th Street, FhiladelphU, Je?Sn Tiioiunsi asp si it Haia Dm i?Tl? Wonu ?Neew Fmdts or WaaAMOwi.-OphM* ?Hair Dre, ?0 cants a box. The best in ?se. Try it. WMby F. 0 ford, corner nth street and Pens, arcane, fiaahia?ton; and Henry Oook, AlexaaArU. at-iv Vuunas *o Ocas is Six Dars -Dr . Godfrey' Antidote, an Bngllah Bpeciflc of sixty-five years standing, will cure Gonorrhea* m dapl. M* ahange of diet required. Price 91 per bottle. Bolt by B. 0. ford, corner 11th street and fa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Oook.exaadrU. la fi-lf K bombs'* (Upham's) Haib Dtb. Frjiy Onus a Box. Boxes larger than Dyes that sell for f 1. Natural, ivrable, beautiful. Warraated to please This ar ticle taaa been thoroughly touted by Dr Chiltoi, of New York, and Profs. Booth and Garn-tt. of Philadelphia, who pronounce it free from all poi sonous ingredients, and the material composing it will not injure the moat delicate hair. Bold by Druggists and Fancy Qooda dealer# everywhere. Job* J. Krombb, Sole Proprietor, 403 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Druhekhnkss Curbd. The inebriate may now bid defiance to the tempt ing cup. Dr. Zane'a antidote for strong drink is a certain cur e for drunkenness. It createsadis like for strong drink, and can be administered without the knowledge of the patient. Descriptive circulars sent to any address. For sale by all respectable Druggists in the United States and Oanadas. Price $1 per box, or packages of aix boxes for $5 _ JOHH J. KrOMBB, Wholesale Agent, 403 Chestnat street, Philadelphia* Pa. Db. Rand's 8pkoipio. The oldest and most reliable medicine forth cure of Spermatorhoea, Seminal Weakness, Losa of Power, Ace. This medicine has stood the test of over thirty years, and has always proved a success Lr, Hand's Specific is exhibited in the form of pills, made up -utirely of substances that have a specific effect upou the generative organs. Most persons associate the idea uf operations upon the bowels from taking any kind of pills. The Specific of Dr. Kai< J is nor intended as an evaeuattnt medi cine. Its mod leal virtues are expended entirely npon the impaired generative organs. The pilla are not unpleasant to tfce taste, and many persons masticate them with impunity before swallowing them; which plan we would always recommend,as affording the speediest way to get the effect of the remedy. Price 81 per box, or six boxes for f5. Sold by Druggists everywhere. John J. Kbombb, Wholesale Agent, 403 Oheetnut street, au 31-eoly Philadelphia, Pa. Db. DoroBT'B Sugar-coated Female Regulating Pills are the very best in use. They operate speedily and effutwely. and (being sugar-coated create no nansea npon the most delicate stomach. A trial o< these Pilla will prove their superiority over all others. Price Ala box. Bold by 8.0. ford, corner ilth street and Pa, avenne.Washington,ana Henry Oook, Alexandria ]?|-ly NBBVOUB DBBILITY, BBMIBAL WBAXBB88, etc.. Can Be Cured by one who baa really cured himself and hundreds of ethers, and will tell yon nothing but the truth. Address, wit a stamp, EDWABD H. TBAVBB, mar I D&W.Iy Look Box. Boston. Mass, Bpbbmatorsaou oab bbCdbbs.?Dr Rand's Spe cific cures Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Im potence, Less of Power, etc.* speedily and ejfettually. Its effects are truly magical. A trial of the Specific will convince the most skeptical of its merits. Price 01 a box. Sold byb. 0. Ford, ooraer lltk street and Pa. avenne, Washington, and Henry Oook, Alexandria. laS-ly 01 ED, Of chronic croup, at the residence of her grand mother. on Monday morning, Ocrober 24, GIOR GIE JULIA, infant daugber of Sarah F. and Alonzo D. Shaw, aged 8 months and 24 days. The funeral will take p ace to morrow evening at 3 o'clock, from the residence, corner of 9th and L streets. Navy Yard. The fri-nds and acquaint ances of the family are invited to attend. * On the 2,'jth instant, at half past 2 o'clock a. m., ItAKBARA, beloved child of John and Varonica Richter, aged 3 years, 1 month and 9 days. The friends and relatives of the family are re spectfully invited to attend h?r funer.l to mor row. the 26th, at 2?i o'clock, from her parent's res idence, corner of 3d and R streets south. I iaw a mother wan and wile, hang o'er the little bed. And gaze upon her dying child until her spirit fled; With streaming eyes and bending low. as though her child to wake, She stood the monument of woe, and cried my heart will break. * B1 J AS. 0. MoGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers, CHANCERY SALE. By authority of a decree of the Supreme Court of this District passed in a cause re'atiag to the estate of the late G. C. Granmer, jr., I will on the days and hour and in the order hereinafter n ?med, on the premises, expose to sale te the highest bidder the following valuable real estate, to wit : On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 9th,at 4>? o'clock p. m. Lots No. 2, in Reservation C, fronting ? feet on Maryland avenue, near the Canal Bridge at 3d street. Island. Lots A and B, in sob-division of part of Square No, "31, each fronting 20 feet on Pennsylvania ave nue, between 1st and 2d streets esst. near the Capitol Square. Improved by two frame and one brick tenement. n THURSDAY, November 10th, at 5 o'clock p. m. parts of Lots Nos. 12 and 13, in 8quare No. 4o7, fronting 5" feet on the ?m! ri-i* of 8th str??t west, by 100 feet deep. This property is situa ted near to the General Post Office; improved by a two-story brick house. ALSO, PartofLotNo.il. in Square No. 633, being the north 26 feet fronting on 4l* street, bv depth of 112 f- et 11 inches to ft, wide public alley. This Lot is opposite the Firet Presbyterian Church, and forms a portion of the grounds attached to the residence of the late G. C. Grammer, sen. On FRIDAY, Nov. 11th, at 4>-? o'clock p. m. Lot No. 9. in Square No 297. fronting 24 feet on south D street, by 14" feet deep to a public alley between 12th and 13th streets. Island. On SATURDAY, Nov. 12th. at 4,'i o'clock p. m. Lot No 6 and Lot lettered G. in 8quare No. If.4. frobting respectively on north L street and Connecticut avenue. On MONDAY, Nov 14th, at 12o'clock m.,&t the Auction R ioms, A valuable Tract of Land lying partly in the coun ty of Washington. D. C . and partly in Mont gomery county, Md , frenting on tae Rock Creek Church Road, near the farm of the late Wm. M. Morrison containing 4S acres, and VosHcaseB a very fine building site. A plat of this land may be *een at the Auction Rooms Terms, as prescribed byfthe decree: One-third cash; the residue inti and 12 months, with interest, for which the purchaser's bonds, wi h surety, will be taken, and alien reserved on the property sold. If the terms be not complied with within five days from the day of sale, the trustee reserves the right to resell, on seven days' public notice, at the risk and cost of the purcnasar failing to comply. Stamps, deeds, Ac , at the cost of the purchaser, W B. TODD, Trustee. oc25-eoAds J. C. McGUIRK St CO.. Aucts. All kindsof bottles bought andsold the highest price will be paid for Champagne Bottles, at 1 Seventh street, Island, between ? and F s'reets. oc 24 1m* F^OR SALE? I new WAGON, suitable for a car penter or any business, together with harness, feed box, and will be sold low by calling early at corner 7th and II streets. It* T. V. NOONAN. j>OTATOE8. ion bbls. prime Maine Mercers, part in store, and arriving. For sale by d. k. dutrow, ocJ4-3t* 450 8th street. Wl bSTlTl TBS1 SUBSTITUTES 'I ? SUBSTITUTES: SUBSTITUTES I! Always on hand good men for Substitutes, for one, two. or three years Persons drafted in this District can procure men at once, with no delay. GEO. II. CAS8IDY, 446 8th street, oc 24-2w* bet. Penn avenue and D st. U~r T B R ! G G 8 ! ! CHEESE!!! Fresh Butter in 2 to pound packages, of the finest quality for table use. arriving almost daily. Fresh Eggs, prime New York Cheese. For sale at the lowest prices, 450 8th street, op posite Center Market. oc 8C-12t D. K. DUTROW. rj BURR & BROTHER, <| DEALERS IS HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES. UMBRELLAS, ScO. No. 383 Seventh street, near I street. oc 21-lm Removal JE. ALLIOT.from Paris, late 2 12 Pennsylvania avenne, near Willard's Hotel, by expiration of lease will remove and open on October 20th, at No. 324 E street, near Grover's Theatre. oc 13-lm* L A DIES FINE DRESS FURS LADIES' AND MISSES TRIMMED HATS. Will be opened to-day a large and beautiful as sortment of the above goods, which will be sold .1 tbe m?k.? |rte.at 234 Pennsylvania avenne, oc 17-lw Two doors frot 13th st. F'ORBALE-OneBTEAM ENGINEand BOH.BR. twenty bora* power. Also, throe run of atone, for grinding corn, compactly built, cm bo easily removed Inquireof<?l. PAGE.F street sonth, between <th and 7th st. oc 17-lw* R. J. PHILLIPS " HAS REMOVED to 2#6 F atreet. oc 17-lw between 18th and 14th sts. rpins IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri I b?r has obtained from the Orphans' Oo?rt of Washington county, in the District of Columbia, letters testamentary on the personal estate of Anna McGnire, lata of Washington, D.O , de ceased. All persona having claims against the ?aid deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit tbo same, with the vouchers theroof. to the subscri ber, on or before the 22d gay of October next: they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said estate. Given nnder my hand thla SSI day of October, At^, 136*4. octa-lawSw* JOHN 8NOW. iffoHan.? iicirrLiWip, ?t;.?Llm. SUa. 9tm fa.aa. aMSarkOrMkitMaa. wants. WANTED? A LADY that understands *r-? makit>a aurl plai ? hcwin* J pri'at ? f%mi T-^at 9f"2 B hi north, between 2d aud 3a ?-tB. oc2j-J' W~ANTKD?By a young woman * SITUATION a# nnr*e or to rti> light ch*mb?*r vork. Apoiy at No. ?84 L street. b-t. >?th andJOth it U ANTKHTOMNf-Anio'ier'te ?i*ed HOUSS ** and to buy the furniture thereof. ^dr^ss Box No. 11 Star office. octS2t |I A NT K n~T!? a respectable youne woman, a " MTUATION aseha? bermaid. Apply at No. 165 5th street, be^we-n N and 0 s?re?t? 1 - ANTED-A OIKL *s?:h?mt?erraai<1 aod ouri-e^ Inquire at 445 9th atr?et, between F tnj ? street*, oprosite Petrnt Office. oe 25-3t %*7ANTBD-A white WOMAN t0 cook wash and * * iroufora 'a^ily of 4 persons. Call at 5 14 Maryland avenue. corn-r 6th st^ _?S WANTFD?At the United State" HoteJ a H B A0 WAITER and 4 wait're. Apply as ab cred preferred. oc2S2t WAbTF.D?A SITUATION. a* bark* "per, bv a yonne man. who fctii ha't years rienc*. Aadr*pa C. T. M , 8tar Office. It WlNTED-By a young woman a 8ITUATTON a* cook , washer, and ironer. in a sm vll fam ily. Apply at No. 93 K street, between 21st and 22d streets. .II WANTED- 20 iroods II AND8 to sew on Cloaka. None bat U. b.M gf,,,,,, oc ?5 St 48 Harket Space, bet. 71 h and 8th ats. \*TANMNGTO RUNT?Two UN FURN ISH BD W ROOMS, in tte FirstWard. Good references given, and required. Address Star 3 ? ~ WANTED?A strorg, ac'ive BOY, to learn the Plumbing and Gas Fitt^nV^NOONAN, corner 7th and H sts. > NT ED?A g-od trusty GIRL.to do housework. Will find a good steady A No 4T2 I street south, be'.ween 6th and 7 h sts. east^Navy Yard. _oc 2a-eoit WANTKD?In a private family *nc0?^r ??r which a liberal compensation wi'l b given. Brqnire at Honae on 0 stree. south, between 6th and 7th east. Wavy Yard. oc 25 St WANTKD?By a young man, a SITUATION as wai'er. or to make himself generally useful, in a private family. Addrets M, II., Star office, oc 25 St, - W-ANTED?A good house SERVANT?o*e that can cook, wash and iron well, with g*o* r - commendation (a German Deferred), will ti a gor dboroe. No children in the house. ApnlyNo. 3*1 Fst. near 9th north. oc 25 2t WANTKD?Several good MECHANICS, used to carving in wood or carpenter's work, aud "n* accustomed to stitching harnea* wo^fo-which fair wages will he given. Apply to B.W. J R WBTT, No. 83 i\i street. a 2S-2t WANTED-A BOY about IB years old. to attend in a store and learn t?<e trade. Unexcepti ?n al references required. None other need apply. Inquire at FRANKLIN & CO., Opticians, 24 4 Pa. avMiue. oc 2S-3t I70UR COLORED WAITERS WANTED-At the r United States Hotel. oo 24-2t* ANTED?A WOMAN, 'whi?e>to cook, wash and iron, at 249 Pa. are., between 12th and 13th streets. oc 24-It ANTBD?By a lady, who is a ranid and good writer, employment *? COPYIST. Ple?*e address ftating terms, Ac., WRITER, 8tar Office. oc21 lw* YIT" ANTED TO RERT-A Furnished HOUSE con YV taininK 6 or 10 rooms, nesr *be D-pa-Omenta. References given. Address L. II. BUNNELL. City Post Office _oc 21 2t \\T A N1 KD- A nati ve FRBNCH T B ACH BR, to * v teach a lad v French for an hou r two or three times a week, between 10 o'clock a. m. and 1 p m. Address Box 279, Washington City Post Office, ?tating ram* age, terms and address^ oc 2l-2f HOUSK PAINTERS- WANTED? Three good iiocse painters .?.-?? 00 oc 22-3t* r>q La av.,bat 6th and 7th sts. WANTED?A WOMAN who understands cook ing thoroughly, and to assist in washing and ironing, for a small family. A German. English or American preferred. Apply at No. 41 Lvav., between 6th and 7th sts. oc 22 !t iipinor?ktkrs Chikf Emjinekr of Dsfbnces.J Washinrtok, October 2". 'HS4 i WANTED IMMEDIATELY-ONE HUNDRED (100) LABORERS, and a few CARPENTERS, and CHOPPERS, te work on Forts across Eastern B A^pply to Mr. John Col'ins. Superintendent, at Csttip Franklin.near Fort Mahan across "enning's Bridge, or.at these Headqnarters, corner Pennsyl vania av., and 10th st WM C.GHNNBLL. oc 20 6t* Engin'r Defences North of Potomac. **7"ANTED?11,500 for five years, on real es W fate in Georgetown. Apply to CHARLES M MATTHEWS. Attorney at Law. Georgetown, or c-rner 8th street and Pennsylvania aveaue, Washington city. oc 19-2aw3t V%7 ANTED?50.000 LADIES to call at the only W STAMPING, FLUTING and PINKING DEPOT in the District, and get their work done 3(?1 F street is the place, and Ladies who do not want their work epon.BD will go to no other so called stamping places. Wf are weekly in receipt of theVBBY LATEST 8T> LBS of patt-rns for Kmbroiderv and Braiding. Stamped Goods. Braid Silk and Cotton for sale. oc 13 tf \ATANTED TO HIRE?A convenient, well fur W nished HOUSE, for a few months ? W. P. FBSSBNDEN. 0c n-tf Corner of 15th and H streets. ipARPBNTBBS WANTBD. llHid'ivarters Vepartment or wnsmngton, i Offirt Chitf Quarter matter, t Nos. 534 , 536 , 533 14th street, near New York av ,, WaBHIGTO* Sept. 2T1. 184. J Wanted lmmediatel*, fifty good CARPENTERS to go to Point Lookout Maryland. Wages f7't per month and a ration. Each workman will bring bis own kitof tools. Transportation will befurnH&ed by the Government for the workmen and their tools from this city to ^y^^lMSON. Colonel and Chief Qua-termaster, sep tf Department of Washington. W" A N T B D-8EC0ND HAND fUBNITURl Alfo, MIRRORS, OARPBTB, BEDS. BED DING, anA H0USBFURNI8HING GOODSofevery description. B. BUCHLY, 42^ 7th street, je 8 tf between G and H. east side. I ^ ARM FOR 8 A L E , On Wednesday, the 26th of October, will be of fered at public sale, to the highest bidder, the FARM on which Chas Coupard, late of Montgom. ery county. M.I., resided at the time of his death. This Farm is located on the Bladensborg road, one mile from the Cross Roads Tavern, ou the Wash ingt( n and Brookeville turnpike, and nine miles from Washington city. It contains about 127 acres of land, about 1"0 of which is in wood. It is well watered, and has a very fiue apple and peach or chard on it. The improvements consist of a com fortable Dwelling Home and necessary out-build ings. The terms will be made known on the day of sale. oc 22-3t" CHAS. I*. COUPARD. Agent. ?21 SEVENTH 8TREIT. [ STILL SELLING OFF. I have still a large stock of seasonable and de. Birable Domestic and Foreign DRY GOODS on hand, which muatbes}ld before the first of Jan nary, and mention among others Bleached Muslins, at 40 cents. Calicoea, at 3 cents. Very best Do. at 37X cents. All wool White Flannels, 60 cents. Sheetings, 50 to 75 cents. Latest 8tyle Cloaks, at prices to defy all com petition. Delaines, Merinoes, Alpacas, at greatly redaced prices. 8hirt Bosoms 35 cents. In fact, a general assortment of DRY AND FANCY GO ?D8 in variety sufficient to suit the most fastidious. Come one, come all, to the Gre Ba'gain 8tor? of JULIUS 8YCEL, oc 22-lw* 491 Seventh street. pALL GOODS, JUST RX01IVBD 377 8EVENTH STREET. Ftreei, Daring just returned from New York. I would respectful j call the attention of the citizens o Washington, Georgetown and Alexandria to ou large and well assorted stock of go#ds, comprising in part? PATTERN BONNETS, HATS, of el] the different styles, FRENCH PLOWER4, RIBBONS. MILLINERY GOOD8. NOTION^, DRESS GOODS, 8H A WL8 COTTONS. FLANNELS, Ac.,Ac., with a general assortment too numerous to men tion. Having purchased the above since the heavy de cline in gold. I am prepared to sell at prices which defy competition. <?c 12 ?w* Mrs A. McCLOSKY. MISSES O'BRYAN, No. 1,107 Walnut street, Philadelphia, have Just receive' a la ge and hanrsome assortment of FRENCH MIt>-' LINEmY, to which the attention of the la dies is invited. Particular care given to orders. oc ll-lm* ^OUITHINGNEW. Exclusive sale of the TREASURE OAS UBAUER for Boiling Water, Stewing Oys*er?, making Tea and Ooffee, Boiling Eg?s, Keeping a plate of food hot, and a hundred other tfse?. This article is construc ed on the most approved scitntiflc principles, and is the most efficient and economical ag?ntfor condensing and utilising the heat of Gas ever invented. N? family should be with' ?t one. Advantageous terms offered te dealer*. For sale wholesale and "taHbr^ ^ ouy oct 7-tf 322 P st., between I>Hh and lith. : Dal ton's dictionary; Formulary t Ericbsen's Sargerv; WQiowi manual of Exami nations: Neill \ 8mith's Compendium; Thomas' Pronouncing Medical Dictionary: Gray sAua tomy; Woods' Practice, 2 Tola.; Woods' Thera penUcs, 2 vols. FRANCK TAYLOR. FOB SALE CHEAP?l.si gallons goo-1 OIDER Y1NEGAB at No. 443 M<f ar' !oc 19-Iw# FOK SKJVT 4lND SXLE. ROOMS FOB RKN r?At 421 8th street, between E and F. Referent* requiret oc i?-3t* F^OR RENT?One *RONT ROJM, on t??e first floor, su 1nble for an t.ffiee. Apply it ?*'? I corner 7th and H >ts. oc tv)t* Ij^OR RENT?A Brick"HOU8R with hi* ronmi, hituaftd on , nt"?r H etreet. laquue ?t Mr. RBADY'8. c-r. Hth an<1 K sts_. oc % ?t* ^TOKE FOR KgNT??? th ? corner < l*h ao'l N ^ sir> ?is. at pree*nt uoing a good busin ?*? in quir- on the premises oe 8-St* I I/URNIHHBI) KOOMB FOR RUNT-Aws'l fur r nisht-d f AkLOR mid BSD ROOM on the first floor at Ni. 425 llth st.. bet Q and II. Qc'iS-lw* For b?nt-a hoiss wi h 8 room*, No. 19? 4th St. Inquire No. 1-2 fVntre Market Sp?ce, bet 8th end yth sts. Possession *oy time oc 2S 2t* D A. RHODB9. f^OR RKNT-To #rent.,prnen. cheap ao1 pleasant FUKNI8HED ROOMS, on the id floor, at No. 401 6th street, between Qa d II. near th* Pa eat and Posi Offices.^ -* I/'OR RENT ? Two UNFURNISHED ROOMS, suitable for housekeeping. Tumi tnodtrae. 17th street, between K aad L, 1st frame house, oc 2?^3t* FOR RE"*T?Large and elegant suite of ROOMS, suitable for a Foreign Minister or Sena'or Also sepsrate rooms; private table if desired, 402 13th st., het. G and II. oc 25 31 OH RRNT ? A three story FURNISHED HOUSE, ple-santly located' with *ts &od water. Inquire of 0 O. THOMPSON, at the Pea sioD Office. oc 2fl flt I [7URN18HED R OMS TO RBNT-At No. 2"? K pt.% between 7th aod 8th s*s.. oppu?ite the F Northern Liberty Market House. Table boarders alsotak?p. oc28-lw FBURNISHED ROO S.-Twn large neat y fur nisi ed rooms, c .-mmuLicatlng, rented srpa rate or togeth r, at 4114 8th street, between G and H. near the Patent Office. Good reference re quired.^ OC 25-3t fi^OR RENT?BRICK COTTAGE, one block from the Capitol, half block fr m sweet cars s*t?d rooms, well furnished neat and clean. Rent to be raid in >able board. Possession given at onr:e, i quire at 325 north B st.. betwten Delaware ar. and 1st st. ?c ? st* FOR RENT. IN GEORGETOWN.-! have a comfortable 2^ story BRICK H0T18B conta-n^ ir?, in all, II roi m?, for rent. Also, a J-KAMIS I10U&B. very eligibly located,containing 9 rooms, both in G orgetown, D C. oo 25- 3t* F. W.JONES, Attorney at Law. OR RFNT?2 furnished ROOMS and a ba?e men rffce at 363 O street, near 4^. oc*4-3t ^TORE FOR SALE.?Apply atNo.369 7thstreet, k oc??\?tb? COrDer ?f VIRGIL VANNUCHI. ITCTiTRENT?'Two communicating ROOMS (fur nished) on secend floor, without board, ft lb L street. between 9tb and 10th. oc ** 3* YJ0U8BS AND LOTS FOR SALE-On H and G XI ttreets north, on Ma ne and Maryland ave r ues. D nnd K south, and * streetwert, betw-en M and N south. B. MILBLRN. I?. 8. Jail, oc 24-lm*__ ON* FT'RNISHED aDd one UNFURNI1HED ROOM for rent wi hont board. Boardiog house in the neighborhood, where meals are served. Apply at No. 320 New York avenue, bs tween 9th and l"th sts. ocJ4_6^_ FUR RENT-Three UNFURNI8HED RO-.MS, suitable for housekeeping, w-th a resp -ctable family, near the Treasury Department, to a small snd respectable family. Rent will be moderate. Immediate possession given. Inquire at the Ht-*r office. oc** ??* 170R BENT?A very des rable HOUSE, on 9th r street, between E and F, containing II room*; immediate possession given; will be to a responsible party. Inqu re at LOOMls oc MAYHEW'S, 231 Pa. av? opposite Willard's. oc 24 3t* I70R RENT?A suite of FURNISHED ROOMS, ? consisting of one saloon, pari >r, three cnam brrs,dioing room, and kitchen. Inquire atr street, between 12tn a? d 13th. o3 22 3t F rOR RENT?Part of a H008E on the hights of ? W.sbington. near the boundary, within 20 minutes' walk of the Presidents House. Rent moderate. Apply at the office of the Star. oc 22-.'it* I70R BENT, (unfurnished.) a fine, commodious H0U8E. in the best part of Washington, on I street, near the Departments; will be rented only to a private family of responsibility. For address apply to Box 642, Georgetown P. O. oc22-3t frOH SALB-The GOOD WILL and FIXTURES of a first class Restaurant. Everything in good order with ten years' lease of th" property. In quire of W. B. LEWIS & CO., Auctioneers Ni. 307 Pennsylvania avenue. oc 21 ht INB ROOMS TO RENT?Arply on the prem ises. 27 7 B street, bet. 2d and 3d_ oc 2n-lw? vr'OirRENT?A three-story BRICK HOUSE.fully I furnished For furtker partirulars apply on the premises?113 West street, or 114 Gay street, Georgetown. oc 20 6t TBREEOR FOUR GENTLEMEN can be ac commodated with FCRNISHEO ROOMS, with or without board, in a private family, by calling at No. 243 Vt. av. andLjt^ oc 20- iw liRUG STORE F0R8ALE-0ne of the best basi if ness standsin the city, with a large and well selected stock, will be sold for cash a^ good pa per Address "A. B ," Post Office, Washington city^. F'OR SALE-A new three story brick HOUSE, southwest corner of 2d and Market streets, George-'own. D C.. containing 17 rooms, with a'l tbe latest improvements, in perfect order. A brick stable ice house and all necessary outbuildings attached. Honse 4ftx43. lot 80x150. Price Terms easy. and possession when required. For further particulars apply on the premises, oc 20 9t* I/OK "BENT?HOUSE No. 431 titieutuot., v* 1 G and H. call from 9 a. m., till 4 p. m. oc 19-2*wlt' F OR 8ALB?The STOCK. GOOD WILL, and m. FIXTURES of that old-?stablished Confec* tionary Store. No. 120 Bridge street.Georgetown. D C . now doing a g"od business. For particulars call at the Ftore before 8 o'clock a. m., or after 5># p. m. Satisfactory reasons given for selling out. oc 19-1 w* ^OBLING HOUSE FOR 8ALB. The Proprietor of this popular and well-knowti Hotel and Restaurant intends to retire from busi ness, and offers his well known bo-uJ?J,X?.rT*?au? Any one wishing te engage in a LUCRATIVE BUP1N ESS can call on the Proprietor, 247 Penn sylvania avenue het. 12th and 13th sts. ocl<->w > A RARE CHANCB. m OR SALE-The STOCK and GOOD WILL of ? C rocery now doing a good business. Htock lignv. Also' a RESf AURANT AND BILLIARD ROOM, in fuil operation. FOR BENT?A CBL1/AR, irond for a produce dealer. Inquire CORNER SEVENTH AND G STREETS, Navv Yard. oc 15 eo5t I>OR"SALB AT BLADBNSBURG-A comforta r hie HOUSE and good business stand, containing 8 rooms, kitchen and store room. Also granery stable and sm*k* house, together with over an acr?* of rich land s tiiable for garden truck. Terms moderate, and ^^I'dE KRAFFT Jk CO., 474 7th street north, Alan Fifty improved FARMS, various sizes.in Maryland and near to Washington oc 15-2w? rMTRNISHED ROOMS to let, without board, at 1; 27 2 F wt., corner of 13th. oc ll-2w Fu rnished rooms for rent.?For rent, comfortable and well furnished ROOMS at 450 12th street, east side, between G and H sts. No cbildr-n in the house The location is one of the most agreeable and desirable in Washington. oc 11'- im SALE?THREE HOUSES, ONE DRUG 1 STORR TWO B no GIBS AND TWO HORSES, IMPROVED FARM IN ILLINOIS. Inquire atNo. 455 Massachusetts ayenue, near Sixtn street. oc 6 2W* "^OR RKNT?( P 'Bless on given immediately,) a .< pleasant FRONT ROOM, nicely furnished; will be rented to g ntlemen only, and is very suitable for the accommodation of two persons. The laay or the bouse is not prepared to furnish meals; so <rentle?en desiring board nsed not apply. Apply it 403 9th St., between H and L oc S tf ?1ThYuNDEBSIGNED WILL 8BLL AT PRT 1 "ate sale a tract of LAND, containing about two hundred and fifty acres, distant about 4.miles from the Capitol, over Be lining s Bridge; acres cleared, and 45 in meadow; the balance onsurpassed timber, mostly oak and chestnut. No improvements,except a small howse. For farther particulars address Boi3S4, Wash in gton.D. 0.. or inquire of the subscriber, !>? miles northeast Brld<Ce" E. SHERIFF. 17 URN ISHED ROOMS TO MffTj without Htowd, r to g? ntlemen " Inquire of Mrs ROUno TO Bin i,wunuu? >??;?. ien only?34 7 K street, neer 13th, A. E. STEPHENSON. an 31-tf B? i Y 8 ' AND YOUTHS' FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING. We inyite parents to an inspection o ear large stock ef BOYS' 0VERC0AT8, UOYfl' JACKET8. BOYS' PANTS, BOYS' VESTS. BOY8'8HIRT8. UNDBR8niRT8, DRAWER8, &.C which we are selling as low as goods of like qual ty can be had for in the Northern cities. WALL. STEPHENS & CO., 322 Pennsylvania avenue, sep 14-lmif [Intel.] bet. 9th and 10th sts. IVOTICB-FOR SALE.?iOO sets ofnome tro 1^1 atd four-hors-e second-hand HARNESS, in good order, nearly ?ew, and 3no "icond-handI 8\D DLB8 and BRIDLE8. ipply to H. 8. JOHNSTON. No. 37 3 Pa. ayenue, between 4S nd th ?treets, opposite Naf' 1 tel. 'lm r|INNBR8 AMD DINERS, by E. L, Blanckard. U Loudon 81 anual i f Branch Cookery. London. ne Hundred and Tiranty-iour Reoaipts for Cook ing a Rabbit, London . Bints fer tbe Table, London , .. _ .. Cookery, Carving, and Etiquette of the Tatlt, London . Simpson'# Hud Book of DininCa London Culsinier Practician, Pari* Le Culsinier Imperial. Par Tbe trench Oaok . _ . Miss Le?lie's French Cooker Boyer*! Modern Housewiw Cookery for the Mill'on. London Kitchener's Cook's Oraela. Sanderson's Complete P???,_..i???julia Hack ill's Housekeeper's EncyclopMia Francatelli'n Modern Cook Haep2S ?ld CT?l0,0e FRANCE TAYLOR. FiHILLB AND ?rtTflBinRK*?i^ L Go at once to MuORB'81 DRUG810RB, 113 Pennsylvania ivenue. W?st Knd, ana P/ocare ? bottle of Ague Cure and a ?IJ? jti TkST irt warranted to our#. Price #2.00. top 3-2w auction sales. Far ether AictUi ??' "rat page. Th7? AFtER^OON AKP T?.*|MHK?W B Y J. 0. MoGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers CHANCERY BAM? OK IMPROVED AND UNIM PROVED PROPERTY Under and by virtue >>f an order of tta" 8u r?m? Court, of the District of Colum ia, p sa?<| Septana h?r Wth. lt-'M, in a cer'ain causa wnereir, George W. Millar is complainant, and Bllen M'ller et al are de endantfl, (No. 146, K?ia>tr.> directingare-sale of certain pieces "f property heretofore sold, a*d for which the pure Lasers failed to comply with the terms of aale lr everr particular. we shall sell, on TUE8DAY AFTERllOON October 2Mb. at 4 o'dk, on the premises, the south part ef subdivision G. H , ai.d O. in Square No. 49). fronting about 2^ 'eet on f. ar and-a half street, betw-en Maryland are cue and south C street, and running back tn a pub lic alley, and improved by a frame dwelling house, immsOii'e possession of which will be given. Immediately after we shall sell, on the premises, the middle one third part of Lot IS. in Sonare No. P68. fronting 17 feet on north A street, between 6th and 7thstreetsesst.and tunning back US feet 1 inch to aSo-foot alley. Also the north half of Lot No. lt>, in Square No. 696. fronting 23,feet on 1st street east, between south I and K strap's, and running back 93 feet. Terms : Oil* third in cash; the remainder in 6,11, and 18 months, with Interest, for which the par chaser roost gives notes, secured to the atisfactioa of the Trustees; the purchasers to have toe option of paying all in cash. Convey aneir g. including stamps, at the purcha ser's expense. If the terms of sale are not compiled with in five days after the sale, the Trustees reserve the right of re-telling at the risk an J expense of the default ing purchaser, on one week a notice in the Na tional Intelligencer. GEORGE A BOFIRERJ B. C. MORGAN, S Trustees, A. THOS. BRA'JLEY, \ oc 3-eoAds J. 0. MoGUIRE A CO.. Auota B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. TWO-BTORY FRAME HOUSE. NO: 526 7TH STREET. AND LOT ON THE ISLAND. AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY, the 26th instant, we shall sell, in front of the premises, at S o'clock p m . a g->od two story Frame House and Lot. it being part Lot No. 4 Square No. 470. fronting 1< feet on K stre?t south, between 6th and 7th streets wesf. running back to a twenty ? foot al!ey, 117 feot 6 inches. Terms cash. Title indisputable. All conveyancing, including revenue stamp*, at the C"st of toe purchaser oc 19-d GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. BY W. L. WALL A CO., Aactioneers. PUBLIC SALE OF A FRAME HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH A STREET, BETWEEN 1ST AND STKEKT8 On TUE8DA Y, the 2.1th day of October. 1854, at 6 o'clock p.m., I shall offer for sale at public auc tion. in front of the premises, the west part of lot numbered twenty four (24). in square numbered seven hundred and twenty-eight (728). fronting twenty-one (21) feet eleven and one-half MIX) inctes r n north A street, and running ha k with that width one hundred and twenty seven(127) feet eicht and one half i8>?) inches to the rear line of said lot. with the improvements. This property is improved by a frame honse.two stories high, with barement. The location ia good, and offers great inducements to purchasers. Terms: One-half cash; the residue in three and six months; the purchaser giving his notes for the deferred payments, bearing interest from the day of fale. and satisfactorily endorsed. A deed given, and a deed of trust taken. All conveyancing and revenue stamps at the cost of the purchaser. If the terms of sale are not complied with with in five days from the day of sale, I reserve the right to resell the said property, at the risk and cost of the (tefaulting purchaser. A8BURY LLOYD, Agent and Attorney. oc 12 2aw WM'. L. WALL A CO . Aucts. B Y J. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Aactioneers. PEREMPTORY SALE OF SNUG BRICK DWEL LING HOUSE ON 0 STRLET, NEAlt ELEV. ENTH STREET. OnT0-MORROW (Tuesday) AFTERNOON, Oct. ?5tb, at5 o'clock, on the premises, C street north, between ll'h and l.th sts west, we shall sell a de sirable Brick Dwelling House, containing tight rooms. Terms: One-half cash: the remainder in three and six months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur c} i oc2l-2t J. C. MoGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. BY J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. VERY DESIRABLE BRICK DWELLING HOUSE ON NOR I'll C 8TKKET. BETWEEN UTH AND 1-2TH STREETS. AT PDBLIC SALE. Cn TUESDAY AFTERNOON. October 26th, at 5 o'clock, on the premises we shall sell the east part of Lot No. 2, in Square No. 321, fronting 17 feet inch on north C street between ltth at d 1 Jtn sts., running back 1(X> fe*t to an alley, improved by a three-story brick Dwelling House, containing saloon pallor, four good chambers, dining room, hall and kitchen, all in perfect order and hand somely papered throughout. The garden is nicely solded ana paved, ana contains choice fruit and Bowers. B-yimmediate possession will be given. Terms: One-half in cash; the remainder in six and twelvemonths, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premise*. Conveyances an?l stamps at the oostof the pur chaser. _ oc 18 J. C McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. B Y J. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. LEASEHOLD AND LOT CORNER OF 16TH AND I STREETS WITH BRICK STORE BUILDING FOR HALE. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, October 25th, at 5 o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell, the Lease (running to April,1871, at an annual rent of f50,i on A LOl ll llit* nci ?f lCfrW I otpoota ^niprQTftti by a good brick store building, occupied as a Gro cery Store, with the right to remove the building at the expiration of the Lease. Terms cash. oc 18-d J. C. McGUIRE tc CO., Aucts. B Y WM. B. LBWI3 A CO., Auctioneers. b LARGE PAWNBROKER'S BALE Of OVER FIFTEEN HUNDRED LOTS, BY ORDER OF MR. SOLOMON LINSEY, OF PHILADEL PHIA. On TUESDAY , October 25th, at 11 o'clock, at our rooms. No. 307 Pennsylvania avenue, we sha 1 commence the sale of Six Hundred lots of CLOTH ING, embracing every variety of Men's and Youth's Overcoats. Dress, Sack, and Frock Coats, Pantsand Vests of every description, boots,Shoes, Shirts and Underclothing, Ladies'Clothing, Dress Patterns. Cloaks, Ac., Ac. W. B. LEWIS A CO., Aucts. The sale will be continued TUESDAY EVEN ING, at 7 o'clock, and WEDNESDAY MORNING, at 10 o'clock, when the Watches, Jewelry, Guns. Pistols, Musical Instruments, Books, Albums, and Fancy Goods will be sold. oc 24 2t WM. B LEWIS A CO. Y THOS. DOWLING. Auctioneer; Georgetown EXTENSIVE SALE 0FGR0CERIE3, LIQUORS. Ac.. Ac., AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY MORNING. Oct. 2rtth. at 10 o'clock. I will sell at the store of James F. Gross, Ef-q., on the corner of Water and Market streets, Georgetown, his entire stock of Groceries, Teas, Liquors, Ac., Ac , consisting of? 4i' Barrels of Whiskey, of different grades, 10 do Brandy, 10 .do Gin and Rum. Barrels Old Port and Madeira Wine. 6 Sacks of Coffee, 5 Chests ot Tea, 6 Barrels Byrup, 16 do Sugar, different kinds, and a Urge assortment of all kinds of Grooeries usually kept in Grocery stores. Also, one two horse Wagon and Harness. Terms cash. oc 22 [Intel) THOS. DOWLING, Auct. J ' NI TED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE. In virtue of a writ of Fieri Facia, issued from the Clerk's Office of the Supreme Court of the District of Celumbia. and to me directed, I will expose to public sale, for cash, on WEDNESDAY, the 26th aay of October. Inst., 1861, commencing at llo'clk. n. m., at A. S. Chamberlin'sStore, on thecorner of 18th street and Pennsylvania avenue, the follow ing goods and chattels to wit: Smoking Tobacco, Chewing Tobacco. Sardines, Seg.ira, Fruit Bowl, Apples, Goblets, Crockenr Ware, Caster, Knives, Forks, and Spoons, Ice Chest, Hammer, Cooking Utensils, Tin Ware, Wood Ware. Wood and Bar rels, Lamp, Screen, and lot of Chickens. Also, after the sale of the above, I will tell, on Square No. 159, a Frame Shanty, seized and levied tipon as the goods and chattels and property of Tnomas H. Willestnn and Andrew W. Lane, and will be sold to satisfy ludiciail Ne. 1,259 m favor of Arthurs. Chamberlin. WARJ) R LAMOjj( oc 17-eoAds U. 8. Marshal, D. C. b Y THOS. DOWLING, Auct'r; Georgetown. B1 STOCK AND FIXTURE8 OF A PROVISION STORE IN GEORGETOWN AT AUCTION. On THURSDAY MORNING, October 27th, at 10 o'clock, I will sell at the store No. 81 High st., above Gay st., Georgetown, the 8tock ana Fix tures of a Provision Store. The store for rent, Taftyir pnah cc 24 d THOB. DOWLING, Auct. GBEEN A WILLIAMS, Aactioneers, No. 52b Seventh and D streets north. THREE HANDSOME a"nT> DESIRABLE BUILD ING LOTS ON NORTH N STREET AT AUC TION. On THURSDAY, the J7th inst , at 4* o'clock p. m., we ahall sell in front of the premises parts Lots 2,3 and 4. in Square 313. This property fronts on north N street, between 11th and 12:h sts. west. Terms: One-half cash; tne balance in 6. 9 and 12 months, secured by notes bearing interest A deed given and a deed of trust taken. All conveyancing and stamps at the cost of the purchaser. oc Sr4-d GREEN A WILLI A MB, Aucts. gY W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers. A LABGE FRAME DWELLING AND SEPA RATE LOT IN THE FIRST WARD AT AUG tick On MONDAY AFTERNOON,7th November, at 45* oVoek. we will sell in front of the premises a large unfinished Frame Dwelling,fronting 24 feet, ana running back 4" feet, and containing fifteen rooms This building is on Lot 1, Square SI, at the cor ner of New Hampshire avenue and north L street, which contains aboutt.OjB fqaare feet, a part of which will be so!d with the building and a part separately. . v , Terms: One-half cash; balance in 6 and II months, property secured, and beaming interest. Conveyancingat>xpense of purchaser. cc 24 WM. L. WALL A CO., Aacts. | INDI8F ARN CHASE, a novel, By T. Aoolphus Crusoe's ftland , California and WashoeBy J. Ross Browne. loc*l FRAWOK TATLOB. n/fAf OF BIOHMOND AND iUBBOUNDINQ M ?omatrr..kowia? AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DATS. Y QUEEN * WILLIAMS. Auctioneer*. No. 696 corner 7th and D streets north. B SALE or valuable improved and un improved PROPERTY. The undersigned, trustee* under the will of the late Edmund Kefley. offer for sals at publiaauc t,"n 'he following property : On H KDN ESDa ?. 2<;th October inatant, at four o ?l?th p m?cd the premises? ? , ?r *'ot 8 Square 69>.\ fronting SJfeetS1* ?. Square 9H. Ttqa-f of Lot ?6,8 ware M. L t 9, Pquare 788. Si1/* ?quare 738- is feet 10S inches on A street and 80 re * ton 2<i st re<* eaat. *\art Lot 3, Square 1?. wast part fronting 20 feet on East Capitol street by depth of lot. Three year* or lease on lot anexpired Part of Lot 9. Square 768. beginning at northweat angle ofsquare. running south and along Sd atreet ea?t 90 feet 7 inches. thence east 21 reet S 1H inches, thence 91 feet S% inchea to Maryland avenue, thence south westwardly along said avenue S4 feet to the place of beginning, containing 1,832 square feet. Part of Lot 10 Square W3, beginning at the dis tance of 16 fee* from the norf heart corner of and fronting 10 feet 3 inches on B street south by depth of lot. Part of Lot In. 8quare R43. beginning at the west oorner of said lot, with frcnt of 27 feet by depth of lot. Part ft Lot 19. Pqnare 729. . , ? Lease99 year." on 2b feet front by depth of lot, S2 ?ears unexpired, on East Capitol street, near Oap ltol grounds. And on THURSDAY, the 27th inatant, at 4 ?'cl*k p. m.. on the premises North half of Lot 28, Square 58. Li.t A. subdivision of Square 579, fronting 23 feet 6 inches on south P street, depth |o9 feet 6 inches containing 2,473 square fee'. 1 he improvements are: Two frame buildings on part of Lot 19, Square 7*9:one frame on lot 9. Suqare 188; 2 brick houses on par1 of Lot 4, 8quare 730. and a frame on Lot A Square 579. Terms of s?le: One half of the purchase money is to be paid in cash, and the residue in 6 and It months, with interest, secured by a dee-1 of trust on the premises, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A payment of $25 on each lot will be required at the time of purchase. If the terms of sale are not complied with In one week thereafter, the right to resell, at the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser, on one week'* previous notice in the National Intelligen cer is reserved by the trustees. The cost of conveysncing and revalue stamp* to be paid by the purchaser. P PATRICK McKlMVA, JOHN CARROLLBRENT. Trustees. oe g-d GREEN A WILLIAM-*, Aucts. j?Y J. 0. MoGUIRE A GO., Auctioneers. IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY ON SEVENTH AND EIGHTH STREETS AT PUB) 10 SALE. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. October 26th. at 4?2 o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell part of Lot ?. in Square numbered 417, fronting 15 feet 7)? inches on 7th street, between S and T streets north, and running back i t) feet, improved by a frame store and dwelling uader rent for $3 per annum. Also, part of Lot No. 6. same square, fronting 31 feet 3 Inches on 8th s'reet. in the rear of the above, to be divided into two building lots of 15 ftet7>% inches each. Terms cash. Conveyance and stamps at cost of the purchaser. oc22-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aacta. B Y J AS. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY IN HIE FIRST WARD AT PUBLIC SALE. On THURSDAY AFTERNOON. October 27th, at 45i o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell, the whole of Lot No. 7, io Square No. 75. fronting t>T feet on north i street, between 2lst and 22d sts., and running back 133 feet to a 3't foot alley, to be divided into three Lots of 19 feet front each, the western Lot is improved by a snug two story Frame Dwelling House, the other two vacant Terms: One-third in cash; the remainder in Big and twelve months, with interest, secured by a de?d of trust on the premises. Title perfect. Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur chafer. oc 2i> d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. B Y JA3. C. McGUIRE A 00., Auctioneers. LARGE AND WELL FURNISHED DWELLING HOUSE ON G KTREET NORTH. BETWEEN TWENTY FIRST AND TWENTY-SECOND STREETS WEST AT PUBLIC SALl. On THURSDAY AFTERNOON. October 27th. at 5 o'clock, on the premises,we shall sell part of Lot 15, in 8'iuare No. 80, fronting 2o feet on G street north, between 21st and 22d streets west, and run ning back 128 feet 8?j inches, tonether with the im provement ^-consisting of a well-built and finished three story brick dwelling house, with a two- story back building, marble mantels, water and gas, and finished in the most superior manner throughout; cellars under the whole building. Immediate pos session will be given. Terms: One-third.in cash; the remainder In six and twelve months, with interest, secured by ? deed of trust. Title indisputable and sale without reserve. Conveyances at cost of the purchaser. The bouse is well supplied with furniture, which may be taken at? valuation. oc20 J A3. C. M cGUIRE A CO.. Auc'ta. J^Y J AS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. BRICK DWELLING ~~HOUSE AND VACANT LOTS NEAR THE NAVY YARD. On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, October 28th, at 4* O'clock, on the premises, we shall sell Lots 4, 5. and parts of Lots 3 and 6. in 8quare No. 474, front ing on south I street, between 6th and 7th streets east, near the Junction of Virginia avenne.a nor* tion improved by a deuble Brick Dwelling House* containing ten rooms, with double porches the en tire length of the north side of the house. The re mainder will be sold as buildingloti. Terms : One-third in cash; the remainder in si* and twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed ef trust on the premises. Cost of conveyances and stamps to be paid by the purchaser. oc 2Q-d J. C. McGUIRE A 00., Aucts. ?JY JAMES C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TWO FINE BUILDING~LOT8 ON 4TH STREET Y7E8T, BETWEEN NORTH L ST. AND NEW YORK AVENUE. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, October 26th, at 5o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell part of Lot No. 4. in Square No. 525, fronting 40 feet on 4th street west, between north L street and New York avenue, and running back 93 feet 4lt' inches, to be sold as two bmildine lots of 20 feet front esch. Terms: One-half in, cash; the remainder in six months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur - baser. oc JO-d J. C. McGUIRE A- CO., Aucts. ??Y J. C, McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers CHANCERY SALE OF"FRAME HOUSE AND LOT ON L STREET. BETWEEN 17TH AND 1!?TH STREETS. By authority of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, passed October 21st, 1^64, in a cause wherein Christopher Cammack, sr. ft al sre complainants,and Eliza Conningtonetal are defendants, I shall offer for sale, at publisauc tion, on the premises, on TUESDAY, the 1st day of November next, at 4}? o'clock p. m., the east half of Lot No. 1, ol J. Davidson's sub division of Square 161. frorting 14 feet on L street north, be tween Connecticut avenue and 18th street, by a depth of 13 * feet to a public alley, with the im firo vements, consisting of & two story frame dwell ng bouse. Terms : One half Cash: the balance in 6 months from the day of sale, with interest, and to be se cured by the bond of the purchaser, with surety to be approved bv the trust* e; or the whole purchase moiey to be paid in cash, at the option of the pur* chaser. Deeds, stamps. Ac., at the purchaser's cost. If the terms of sale are not complied With with in five days from the day of sale, the trustee re serves the right to resell, upon five days' notice ia the Evening Star, at the risk and cost of the pur chaser. R. T. MORHELL. Trustee oc 22-d J. C. McGUIRE A 00., Aacts.B NITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE. I In virtne of a writ of fieri facias issued from the Clerk's office of the Supreme Court of the Dis trict of Columbia, and tome directed I will ex pose to public sale, for cash, at the Auction Store of Messrs. Green A Williams, corner of 7th and D streets, on TUESDAY, the 1st day of November next, 1864, commencing at 10 o'clock a.'m., the fol lowing goods and chattels, in part to wit, viz : Lot Chairs 1 Cottage Set Furniture 1 Wardrobe 8 Toilet Bets 14 Feather Pillows 9 Chamber Sets 5 Mattresses 2 Feather Bolsters Lot Curtains Bureaus and Glass 2 Spreads 7 Blankets 9 Comforts 16 8heets Stand and Glass 4 Sad Irons Buckets 4 Pitckers S Baskets Goal Hod, Urn and Brush Coal 8ifter Plate Warmer 12 Cases Warfle Iron Nest Boxes 2 "hades,Cloths Pins,Ac. Lot Crockery 2 Tabs and Boards 4 Bedsteads. Seized and levied upon as the goods and chattels of Cbauncey G. Wood and Parmelia G. Wood, and will be sold to satisfy fieri facias No. 1.291, in favor of James C. McGnire. W. H. LAMON, U. 8 Marshal D. C. oc 21-dta GREEN A WILLIAM8. Aucts. IJIDES AND BARRELS! Office Dipot Commissahv of Bubsistmci,* Washington, D. 0.. October 17. 1864. ( Will be sold at public auction, on THURSDAY October 27,1S64, at 11 o'clock a. m , at Sivtk street wharf, Washington, D. 0.; 3,300 Salted Hides, 83 Dry Hides, more or le**< 1 ,ooo Sugar Hogsheads, ?JO" P?rk Barrels, 800 Flear " 135 Coffee " lis Whisky " 125 Fish M 175 Vinegar Keg?. ?o Boxes, 4e Terms*Cash,fnTrtasury note.,gt tk|?meo "?It'ia Lient. Col. and Oom. Sub. ^ILE~0FC0^MNE? QUARTERM AS rER'S Will be sold at Public A notion, at Seventh xtreet Wharf. Washington. D. 0-, on WEDNESDAY, Oc tober ifi. 11 o'clock, a lot of QUARTERMASTER'S STOKES, condemned as unfit for nse, viz : A quantity or Oom and Oats. m bushels Timothy Seed, and about 20.ooo condemned Grain Sacks. Successful bidders will be required to remove the Stores within five (5) days from the datg of "Term, euh, in Ooyernment fnnds^o^ Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster. oc 21-4t Depot of Washington.