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4musimint9 TO NIGHT. FokVa Theater ?Tim evening is set apart ior tb* benefit of Mr. John E. McDonoagh. ?who vill again appear in the brilliant ana snccesdul spectacle? (which has been creating a perf?cf jam at Ford's Theater every right itiie w?k,i "the Seven s?,t?r.8\ I'luto,an eccentric but estimable lady. i n eurg'-ais spectacle will conclude with the n oat triiliant scenic display ever witnessed or an' stage in the country?the Bower of lernsitbe i.ske ot Ullifa, and the Birth of t'upid The sparkling comedienne, Miss Lot ta, ant the celebrated comedian, Mr. Bishop, ?will d> tbeir bp?t this evening for the benefit ol Mr McDonougb. Orcveb's Theater?Mr. J. w. Wallack this e-ening receives a benefit at drover's, on wbict occasion will be presented a splendid and attractive bill?two thrilling pieces, the beautfnl five act play entitled the "Stranger," and '?e delightful three-act play, the ??Honey raoot " Mr Walladc appearing in the former ns th? "Stranger," and in the latter as " Dntce Aranza." To morrow evening, Mr. Wallack In hi.-great impersonation of "Fagin," in the dramatisation of Dickens' "Oliver Twist." The theater-goers of the Metropolis will be pleated to know that Mr. Wallack has con tensed to remain another week with ns, when many who have been unable to witness his superior actine heretofore, can avail them cflvis of the opportunity Skatok Hai.l?Mr Sanderson, of Sander son's Minstrels, we are pleased to announce, has engaged Seaton Hall, corner of Oth and I) stress, a large, commodious and comfortable room, lor the coming winter, where he pro poses to contribute a bountiful share of wit, humor, sentiment, and singing, dancing and instrumental music to the Washington pub lic. ("asterbrrt ?The host of performers now at tbe Canterbury is sufficient evidence of the popularity of the institution, and speaks well in tehalf of the energy and activity of the man ageis of this vast concern. The house is mgttly filled to overflowing to witness the worderfnl feats, splendid acting and good sing ing jf the great combination company nightly appearing on the stage. If yon wish to get rid of tne bines you have but to drop in. and they "wil be dispelled _ tub fniok maryland Central commit tee called upon the President of the United JSutes, yesterday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, by ap piintment. They were separately introduced to the President by the Hon. Montgomery After the ceremony was concluded, w H. Ptrnell, Esq , chairman of the committee, de ji'ered an eloquent address, in which he said. ?>?bey rejoiced that the people, by an almost mammons and unp'ecedented majority, had acain elevated the President to the proudest aid mott honorable position on earth, and had eidorsed his course of action. They fflt under dtep obligations to him, because he had ap preciated their condition as a slave State. It vwi- not too much to say that, by means of the eiert ise of a rare discretion on hi* part, Mary l*.d occupies a position in favor of freedom, bivlng forever abolished slavery by the sov en-igti decree of her own people. They desired Hat his Administration in the future, .as in the mst, would result in the restoration of the 1'nion, with lreedom as its immutable basis. after further remarks of a like appropriate , taracter, mr Purnell expressed the hope that tte Pr? siden', on retiring from his hieh and inportant position, would receive the uni > *rsal approval ot man kind: and may Heaven." he said, '-crown your days with loving kind ness and tender mercy." The president, in reply, said "He had to confess that he was fnlly notified ot the in tention thus kindly to call upon him. and by :hat means be had a fair opportunity ottered to be ready with a set speech, bnt he had not prepared one, having been very bnsy with his pabiic duties: therefore, he could only speak as the thoughts might occur to him. He would rot attempt to conceal from them the fact that he was gratified at the res alt of the Presiden tial election, and he would assure them that he baa kept as near a.- he could to the exercise of his best judgment, tor the promotion of the in terests of the whole country; and now, to have the seal of approbation marked on the courae tie had puraued was exceedingly gratifying to his feelings. He might go further and say that, in as large proportion as any other man, his pleasure consisted in the belief that the policy he had pursued would be the best and the only one that could save the country. He had said before, and wonld now repeat, that he indulged in no feeling of triumph over any one who thought or acted differently from himself. He had no such feeling towards any living man When he thought of Maryland in particular, It was that the people had n>"re than double their share in w hat naa o iurred in the elec tions He thought the adoption of their free s^ate c-nstitutio! wa- a bigger thingthan their pa:' the pr-'ldential election. He could, ^iny d!-v, anva siipu.^ted to lose Marylaud in the" Preside nial e.ection to save its free con stitution, because the Presidential election cmes every four years, and the adoption of the constitution, being a good thing, could not be undone. He therefore thought in that they bad a victory fer the right worth a great deal more than their parts in the Presidential elec tion. although he thought well of that. He 01)11- before said, and would now say again, ?hat those who had differed from us and op posed us would see that it was better for their own good that they had been defea-ed,rather than to have been successful. Thanking them for their compliment, he said he would bring to a close that short speech." The company then entered into a free and pleasant conversation with the President, who was in the best poss.ble spirits, ard the com mittee took their leave, well pleased with the interview. i ike.?Abont half-past nine o'clock last night, fire uas discovered in the feed storehouse of mn hael Green, in the square between l >th and lJth st. and L street and Massachusetts ave nue The patrolman on the beat hastened to the alarm box, No. 37, corner of Pith and I > re?-u, and gave the alarm: but before the fire men were able to reach the spot and get to work, tne storehouse and coutents were nearly d?-;-troyed. The fire spread to a number of wood and coal shed-' adjoining, and these wsre socn destroyed The more valuable property around was endangered by the rapid spreading of the flames; but the firemen succeeded in getting water from the plugs, and prevented serious damage. The loss will fall heavily upon Mr. Green, as we learn that his store ho> s- was well filled, and in addition to that a earri ige valued a' several hnndred dollars wa> destroyed. The origin of the Are had not oeen accounted for. The loss of Mr. Green is estimated *-o be o 0. A horse and cow were burned in the stable connected with the feed house. Stkalim* macuimbrv.?Last Saturday, a colored boot-black, named Albert Foster, went to the store of Wheeler jc Bro., corner of 7th street and canal, and offered for sale, impor tant parts of the machinery of aprinting press. Mr. Wheeler took the pieces and told him to ? oine back and get the pay yesterday. The boy returned as directed, and offered mote of the same sort of machinery. Mr. Wheeler had him arrested by Roundsman Kelly,of the Ith Ward, who succeeded in finning out that the pieces ?were stt-len from Tower's priuting pre>s, cor ner of i?tb street, and Louisiana avenue. The boy is held f?>r a hearing by Justice Giberson. i orsi) ami- Se< ci:BD.?Last Wednesday, the young man Douglass, who took lodtrings at Mrs Hayes' boarding-house on street, aad was missed soon after with a lot of valuable clothing lielongmg to other boarders, as stated in the .star of that day, was caught He was taken before Justice Giberson, identified as the missing man, though he gave the name of t'has. Williams, aud was sent to jail for court. fn m the evidence It appeared that be does not i-tay long at any boarding bouse he pa tronizes. but will not depart from his general rule while in his present quarters. F: vi? Waki> Kraft ass<" i ation.? a meet ing of this association was held last evening at l.angioy'a Hall, Capitol Hill, at which Mr. < iulick, of the recruiting committee, submitted his report, that they had paid to three recruits <100, for the arrestof five deserters s;J50, and f jr miscellaneous expenses .*.?i>.75, total ?700 75. The association adjourned tine die. Measures were immediately taken to organ ize another association to relieve the Ward of any future call, and it was determined toealla meeting at the same place for next Tuesday evening. nw out) Warp Station cask**.?John Coras and Thomas Marriner, vagrancy: workhouse. Maria Gilmer. Caroline Berringer, Menoa Ber ringer, disorderly; #5 Menna Berringer, keep ing a bawdy honse; ball for court. John Mil ler, suspicion ot larceny: jail for court. Morris Wolf and Adolph Moyers, fighting, and H. W. Davis, drunk. #5 each. Mores Whlttaker, do ; military. James West, assault and battery; lail for court. Hugh Ward, drunk, dismissed. Caroline Mitchell and Kate Bloomer, do. and disorderly; *5 each Thb M(Clellan bai?6k kot thb carsb ov dblat.?The Chief Clerk of Transportation in the Quartermaster's Department of this city, in a communication, noticing the Item which was copied from tke Alexandria State Journal, headed "The Latest and not tbe Worst Story of Mr. Lincoln." says that "no preference# were shown, except to sick and wonnded men, and a soldier wearing a Mc Clellan badge received bts papers aa soon at one wearing that of Lincoln." mir advwrtisbmewt in aaather column con cerning the Dollar Jewelry Store. at* Garrett vs. Hoorv?A few days since, in the Circuit Court, (Judge Olin,) the ciseof ."Milton (}a?*i*tt against John Hood was tried Mr. Hlunt for plaiutiff and Mr. M. Thompson lor defendant. The suit was to recover the amount of sev eral notes drawn by Hood in favor of R. B. Ironside, and endorsed by the latter. The de fendant pleaded non astumtif, the statute of limitation and usury. The plaintiff testified that he had purchased the notes from Iron side, and that they were free from nsurv Mr. Thompson argued that the case of Thompson ajtavrst Bowie (decided a few weeks since by Chief Justice Cartter) and this case were per fectly analogous, and, although he did not ac quiesce in that decision?which be thought would be overruled by the TTnit?d States Su preme Court?he considered it for the time being as the law of the court, and he desired that his client should have the benefit of it. As in Bowie's case, evidence had been allowed t? go 1o the jnry that th? pave eot the notes kept a gambling honse, and none other: that Bowie's propensity, when drunk, wis to visit gambling bouses and play; that he (Bowie) gave a not?? bearing the fame date with those in the suit to another party?he proposed to offer evidence that. Garrett kept a usurious hoase ; that he (Garrett) was engaged in a usurious business and none other; that when sober his propensity wastoengage in such busi ness; that on the same day of the date of the noes in this suit, Garrett discounted other notes at usurious rates. Mr. Thompson argued that there was no dis tinction in principle between the twocases, and that 11 the evidence was admitted in one case it ongbt to be admitted in the other Judge Olin overruled the offer. Col. Thompson took exceptions to this ruling, and the defendant and Mr. Ironside were put on the stand, ^the law now allowing parties to a suit to testify in their own behalf,) and testi fied that the notes were made by Hood, and en dorsed by Ironside, at the request and for the accommonation of Hood, to enable him to raise money. Garrett discounted the notes at nsn rions Interest, with a full knowledge of all the facts. Judgment was given for defendant. Granp Larceny.?Yesterdavofficer Howard arrested John Shea and James Fox, for the larceny of a suit of clothes, the property of Kate Bennett. The accused were taken before Justice Giberson and sent to jail for court. The same officer arrested Wm. Haislemau, for the larceny of a suit of clothes from Henry Amstag. The property was recovered, and the prisoner lodged in the Fourth ward Station to await a bearing before Justice Giberson. Seventh Ward Statton Ca?es.?John Smart and John Perry, drunk and disorderly: ?."i each. Mary Kelley, do ; workhouse. Eliz abeth Kelley. do.; ?1. Elizabeth Penney, do.: Margaret Russell, do ; S3.'"'. Andrew Welch, do; 910.90. Mary Abram, drunk: ?3.90. Mary Straining, assault and battery: bail for conrt. Joshua Aulbert, drunk and disorderly; Elected to the Legislature.?We notice that Mr. Baker A Jamison, formerly st this city, has been elected by the Democrats of St. Mary's county to the Legislature of Maryland. Mr. Jamison will be recollected by many of onr citizens as the captain of a young men's volunteer company known as the "Scott Guards," some years since. Fourth Ward Station Cases.?Kate Green, lighting; ?5.6l. Mary Merrill, do.; workhouse. Peter Kennedy, drunk; S2.58. Chas. Williams, grand larceny; jail. Celia Wilson, disorderly: dismissed. P. McCauley, drunk; John Barrett and Miles L. Keed, drunk and disorderly; 81.58 each. Grovers' New Theater, near Willard's Hotel.?Grand matinee for the benefit of the Newsboys' Home, on Saturday afternoon, November 19th, at 3 o'clock. Messrs. Wallack and Davenport and Miss Susan Denin, to gether with the excellent Company and Or chestra, have kindly volunteered their ser vices for the occasion An attractive bill will be presented nov 16-3t* SPECIAL NOTICES. Overcoats. Desirable styles of Overcoats at $2F>, 525. ?35 and 9MJ each. Fai l Overcoats, well made. Ri hkkk Overcoats, by tlie single one or dozen, very low Gkkts' Shawi.s, at 7^6 each. Call at Hjjixixi's. co 17-'it* cor. 7th st. ami M<i. av , island. Fall Asn Wistrr Clbthisio. New Styles Snr"rb Stock of Qvercoats, Dress, Frock, and Waiting Coats, Pantaloons, Vests, and Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Ac . Ac. We are now prepared to exhibit oor stock of Men's and Boys'Beady made Clothing which, for ele ?ranee or ityle. variety and excellence of fabric and aith^uli ? 1-of manufacture, has not been sur passed by any stock heretofore offered in this tasrket Tnose in search ef Clothing for Gentlemen'1? and Youths' wear are invited to call and examine oar stock. We can say with assurance they will find the right article on the most reasonable terms. Also, an extensive assortment of Gentlemen's Furnish!ng Goods, comprising everything neces sary for a complete on'fit. NOAH WALKKR A CO.. 36?? Pa. av., oc lfi-fm* Metropolitan Hotel Building. NUVOUS DBBILITT, SBMIBAL W1AEBBB8. etc . C?n B1 Cured by one who has really onred himself and hundreds of ethers, and will tell you nothing bat the Address, witn stamp, InwiiD II. Teavbi, car 1 DA W,ly Lock Box. Boston, Mass. DlPBAPBB OF TBI NERV0U3, SRVflSAL, UBISAIT AsD Sexol Sy^tkms? new acd reliable treatment ?in Reports of the Howard Association?8*nt by mail in s?*ali*d letter envelopes, free of charge. Address D. J. Skillin Houghton, Howard Asso ciation, No. 3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Je*)6m Da Dupobt'b Sugar-coated Female Regulating Pills are the very btst tn ?.<i. They operate speedily and effectively. and being svtar-ioaied create no nansea neon the most delicate stomach. A trial o< these Pills will prove their svi'tricrity ovtr all others. Price 81 a box. Bold by 8. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa.avenue,Washington,and Henry Cook. Alexandria H5-ly BfBBMATOBBHtRA CAB bb CUBED. ? Dr Raid's Spe oiflo cures Spermatorr/ura, Seminal IVenkiuss, Im pctenry, Less cf Poieer. etc.. speedily and erectMally. Its effects are truly magicv. A trial of the Specific will convince the most skeptical of its merits. Price 31 a box. Sold by t>. C. Ford, corner 11th street aud Pa. avenne, Washington, and Henry Cook, Alexandria. JaS 1? Colgate's Homet boap. This celebrated Toilet 8oap, in such anlversal demand, is made from the choicest materials. Is mild and emollient in its nature fragrantly scent ed, and extremely beneficial in us action apon the skin. For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. laS5-eoly riBCRBT Diseases. brrm?'us*'s Hift is the most certain, safe and effectual remedy?Indeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever discovered. Cures in two to four days, and recent caces in twenty-four hours No m neral no balsam, no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken. It is tbe soldier's hope, and ?, friend to those who do not want to be exposed. Male packages, 92: female, $3. Samaritan1/ Root and Herb Jinett? Aposltlve and rsrmanent cure for Syphilis.Scrofula,Ulcers,8ores pots. Tetters. A c. Price ?1, or six bottles for 91 Bold by 8. O. Ford. Bee advertisement. mfi Tee cheapest abd bbhtHaib Dti ibtbb Wobld ?iVerir Fades or Washes Out.?Upham's Hair Dye, BCcepts a box. The best in nse. Try It. Bold by S. O Ford, corner Utb street and Penn. avenue, Washingtou; and Henry Cook, Alexandria. ? <S-lT W A beast ED TO Curb ibSix Datb.-Dr. Godfrey' Antidote, an Vnglish Specific of sixty-five years standing, will cure GonorrKaa in six days. No change of diet required. Price 91 per bottle. Bold by 6. 0. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Oook.exandria. Jafl-ly MARRIED. On Thursday, Nov. 3d. at the New York avenue Presbyterian Church, at If o'clock a.m.. by the Rev. l>r Uurley. Mr. OSCAR 8. SMITH, of New Jersey, to Mi*.s llARLKNA CONNKLL. of Wash ington D. C. * On the sth in'tant.hy the l'ev. John Thrush Mr. D. K P. UlULKY to Mies ALIC1 MOORK, both of this city * DIED, November )8th. a/ter a long and painful illness, which she bor>- with Christian fortitude, l'KIS CI LI. A HODGSON, sged 85 years. Her funeral will take place from her late resi dence, 4th street. near D. The relative* and friends are respectfully invited to attend without further notice. 2t* | Chronicle please copy ] On tbe morning of the 18th of Nov.. 1861, LIZ /IK, only daughter of Samuel 8. and Slizabeth Nol&cd, a?ed 3 >e:irs, 8 months, and 25 days. V er funeral will take plaee on to morre w. Satur day, at 3 o'clock, from No. 215 F st. The friends of the family are requested to attend, * instant, near Harper's Ferry, CHAS. A Ki" ,a*?d.2'- years. His funeral wi 1 take place on Sunday, at S p. m., lr- n hit father-in law's residence, on Duke street, Alexandria, Virginia. * ? ILL IKS BAFK8, tbe celeb ated CHILLKB 1j AND WBOUGIlT IRON FIRK AND BClT GLAR l'ROOFt), with COMBINATION LOCKS ANo^BANK LOCKS,. VADLT DOORS AND General Southern agenjy #7 west Lombard St.. BaltiBDore, Md. _ oov8-Sm A. PR08KC3, General Agent. APTAIN BRAND, or TBS "OlNTIPlDi" His Lovea and Ixploita. By Oapt. H. A. WU TATLO. ojy.i.n- u. om. s.^Stfffig#]|_ WANTS \Y A BOY WANTED-At the GAS FITTING Busi ness, at No. F street. nor 18 St* WANTED?A first classCOOK. Must be a good " washerwoman and coru9 well recommended. Wh^te preferred. Call at Star Office, bo 18 St* WANTED? Six MEN. to canvass for Life Insu rance Company Inquire at MAURY A CO.. Backers, No. 517 7th street. uov 18 eoltt" WANTED-A HOSTLER] Enquire at FLEM" MING'S National Stables, No. 3??3 C street. pot 18 3t* J ANTED?A respertable WOMAN (Qermao ' preferred) an cook. Reference requir?d. Apply at No 97 Bridge street, between Congress una High streets, Georgetown. D C nor lS-3t* W ANTED? A ynote man wants a SITUATION *? as Clerk in a wholesale or retail store Good references given. Address H.H. THOMAS. Star office. Washington. nor 18-Jt* %ET ANTED?52 GIRLS. one for washing anC iren ?? ing. and one for kitchen work. Apolv at KOIIN'S, It* 30.i D st . bet 12th and ISth. \%" ANTED?'J 8ERY ANTS, one to cook and as " sist in ironing and housework: ttai- other as curse and chambermaid. Good references re quired None but competent ones need apply. 90 West st., Georgetown. It* ANTED-Agood WASHER AN t) IRONER, white woman . at the Mitchell House, c-rner 13th and Ests. no 17-3t* QOfWWl WANTED?For one or two years OAmple security given. Address "Real Ehtate.^_" Star Office. put i7-3t* WANTED?By a gentleman, a small furni-hed ROOM. with board, if possible, in the First Ward, bv the 1?t of December. State terms and address O. H., Stsr office. novl7-4t* W~ ANTED TO BUY-A second hand"CANAL BOAT. Any party having such for sale c.eap mnv addrt6s BOAT, Sun office, Baltimore. Mary land. nor 17 2t* ANTED-A SITUATION by a young man as Clerk in a wholesale or retail Drug 8tore. References given if required. AdJress A. N. B., Georgetown P. O . D. C. no 17-2t* IV'ANTED? A small HOUSE, or suite of Rooms ** sui'able for housekeeping, furnuheJ or un furnished by a small family without children. Must be pleasant, and convenient to the Depart in ents. Address 'Clerk." Star Office. bo 17-3t* WANTED TO PURCHASE?A HOUSE contain ing about six rooms, located near the renter of the city. Inquire at the office of LOUIS SCHAl)l. Attorney at Law, 4 09 7th atreet,opposite Old Pel lows' Hall. nov 17 2t* A FRENCH LADY, highly educated, with a pure Parisian accent, wishes to take a few pupils for French and Music, at her residence, 331 lsth street, near K. Satisfactory references can be given. noy 17-3t* \I7ANTED?A FARMER and GARDENERTto v v acta* foreman on a farm,about two hours rid from the city. To a competent mao. steady em ployment will be ?iven. Apply 5169 Pa. ave., be tween pith and 11th streets, south side, dot 17-3t \Vr ANTED ?By ati experienced caterer, a ?? DINING ROOM and KITCHEN in a good house and location, or part or all of the hoHse, Good reference can be givsn. Address 339 I ?t , nearnth. | nov 17-St* | C RICHER80N. WANTED-By a small German family, a small " unfurnished FRAME HOUSE, or four un furnished ROOMS, suitable for housekeeping. Must be in the neighborhood of loth street and the avenue. Address notes to A. F. D., Star Office, nov 17 3t* WANTED?A HOUSE, from four to si* rooms. Address J. B. WILKES. City Post Office, nov 16-4t* WANTED?A GIRL for general housework. >? Apply at FRANKLIN A CO S, 1244 Perm, avenue, between 12th and 13'h sts. nj 1G :it BA K ?BY WANTED. Apply by letter to A. W.. City Post Office, Washington, st.ting place of residence. nov 16-3t* WANTED- By a young woman, a SITUATION as ch it barmaid. nurse, or to assist in sew isg. Address Box 52** Star Office. nov 16 3t* Deer skins wanted~^?The subscriheriViii pay the highest '-ash prices for DEER SKINS, at their Buckskin Glove Manufactory, 105 High street. Georgetown, D. C. nov 10-tf _ RAMSBURG ft E BERT . YOUNG MAN WISHES A SITUATION AS ?i\ Bartender, Assistant Book keeper, or work in a Store, and is willing to make himself generally useful Ad lress "C. G.," Box 1 ti, Star Office, Wa>hington. D. C. nor 16-3t* WANT KD-Vi PAVV RS7Tr>?C ARP E N T EES and 100 LABORERS. Apply to L. W. EMMART. n 15 (Chron. A Rep.] Superintendent M R. R. WANTED?The Ladies of the District to call nnd examine our stock cheap AU'JTION CARPETS. RUG8. MATS, and OILOLOTHS, aud save 25 per cent, in the purchases. H.BONTZ, nov 15 5t 369 7th street, near I. WAHTfcD^Two (2) good SADDLE-HORSES, handsome and ea*y Address note* stating where they can be seen, to F. F , at this office, nov11 lw * YV ANTED FORTH W1TH-T wo young LADIES, ?? ones first class milliner, the other an expe rienced sa'es lady. None need apply but th*se who can give good reference and understand well their business. Apply at Fancy aDd Millinery Store No. 14 Market Space, between 8th and nth sts.. Wsshington. noyll-6t YVAN T E D?Th ree unfu mi shed" ROOMS. in a ? ? private family, within S squares of City Hall. Address Box 91 V% P. O. nov 12 6t* WANTED-To let every lady in Washington H know where to get their FLUTING done, roperly and promptly, withont injury to color or abric. '24 3 Penn'a avenue, south side, between U'th and 13th sts. nov 8-lm* W~ ANTED?A BOILER capable of drivingalO horre power engine. AddreBS Mr. BAKER, Star Office. nov2-tf W~ HcTWANTS TO BUY GOOD AND OHEAP CIGARS, call at No. 30^. corner 7th and U sts, (nov 2 lm* ) TREDERIOK SS'.T'/.. V17 ANTED? Ladies who w^h 8T A MP ING. PINKING AND FLUTING done as it*ught to be go to the only practical hand in town. That is WM. PRINCE. 3*1 F street, who has on hand 75,<"0 patterns for Embroidery and Braiding, and is wi-ekly receiving from the designers new and beautiful patterns. Hiving the only machine in town to make patterns, he is ahle to meet any op position. Goods stamped while you wait. Look cnt ladies in whose hands yon give yoor goods. We are responsible for every article we stamp. nov 7 tf ~\\TANTED?50.000 LADIES to call at the only VY 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 bfoilbd will go to no other so called stamping places. We are weekly in receipt of the \ ERY LATEST STYLES of patterns for Embroidery and Braiding. 8tamped Goods, Braid Silk and Cotton for sale. oc 13 tf 7TARPENTJR8 want"id. lhadwarfDrvartmnv of Wn<hinrton, "1 Office Chiif Quailtrmaster, I Noa. 534, S36, &3J 14th street, near New York ar ,, WASniOTOB. Bept. 29. 18H4. ) Wanted immediately, fi'ty good OA RPENTER8 to go to Point Lookout. Maryland. Wages f7f> per month and a ration. Each workman will bringhis own Kit of tools. Transportation will befurnlHbed by the Government for the workmen and their tools from this city to Point Lookout. JOHN A. 1LIS0N, Colonel and Chief Quartermaster, sep 3f?- tf Department of Washington. WA NT 1 D?SSOONIThAND FURNITURE Also. MIRBOR8, CARPETS. BEDS, BED DING, and H0U8EFU RNISHINGGOODSofeTerr description R. BUCHLY, 406 7th street, 1e 8-tf between 6 and B.east side. I Proposals will be receiyid until SATU RDAY. November lirth, for the erection of a MONUMENT to the memory of the Yonng Women who perished by an explosion at Washing ton Arsenal, Jane 17th, 1864. Proposals must be accompanied with a design, dimensions Ac., of the proposed Monument, and also, of a railing to enclose the same. The Monument to be of the best American White Marble, with the names of the Twenty-one <20 yonng women suitably inscribed thereon, together wiih the date of the accident. The foundation must *e of granite at least sixf6) feet sqnare and 6 feet deep, substantially laid in cement. The railing mast be of Cast Iron, enclosing a lot fifteen bv eighteen 115? 18) feet, and resting upon suitable blocks of granite. The cost of ihe whole not to exeeed Three Thou sand (W.wfl Do lars. The work to be executed to the satisfaction of the Committee. Bidders will please state the time required to complete the work. Proposals may be addressed to either of the un dersigned at Washington Arsenal. atreignta.i JOSEPH A. BUROH. JOHN G. DUDLEY. JAMES R KING. r JAMES JOHNSON. noT 3 eodtoWth [Chron.] Committee. IV0TIC1?FOR SALE.?too sets of o?e, two and four horse second-hand HARNESS, in good order, nearly new, and sno s-cond hand SAD DLES and BRIDLES. Apply to H. 8. JOHNSTON, No. 373 Pa. ayenue,between hi nd th streets, ovxMltoNaft I Wl. r-ia* GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS ^^Thanksgiving day. MatobV Offick, Gkoroktown, D, C ,t November 17th, 1S5I. S The President of the United States having ap pointed Thursday, the 21th instant, us a day of thanksgiving) I respectfully recommend that the f-itme be duly observed by the clergymen, their cons egations and the people genfiaily. n? 18 2t HENRY ADDISON, Mtyor.^ (GEORGETOWN CORPORATION 8T0CK. ? 1 Those persons who maybe disposed to pur chase Geoigetown Corporation Stock.which bears an interest of six per cent, per annnm, payable quarterly, can obtain some by applying to WM. LAIRD, Clerk of said Corporation, oc 1-dtDl Towing promptly attended to, by the Petomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac," "Goy. Curtin" and " Belle Haven." Apply te the Captains on board, or to JOHN B. DAVIDSON, m 7 IS- Water street. Georgetown. EDUCATION ALT ~ / 1 EO ROE TOW N FEMALE SEMINARY -A "J Boarding and Day School, 151 West street, Georgetown, D 0. The duties of this institution will be resumed September 6th. Circu 'ars may be bad by addressing the principal nov 18-lm* M. J. HARROVER. PUUNOGRAHHIO INSTITUTE AND 80H00L OF COMMERCE AND MATH EMATIC8, oor. 7th and E sts., opposite the Post Office. Day School for Boys.75 per month. No charge for Instrumental Music. Evening Classes from 4 to 9 p. m. oc29 lm* FOR RENT AND SALE FOB RENT?Two partly furnished ROOMS, suit a^5*? ,or? gentleman and Lis wife. Apply at ac8 0 at rest. near nth. nor 1? It* 1?0*.r*NT-Two gmaii HOUSES on R street, New Jersey avenue and 5th st. ?-?t* JQUW MILLER. tpOBRENT-A a in till. new F KA HI H0US1. t w i a/mall quantity of new Furniture fer sale. For further particulars inquire at Star Of fice counter. dot 18 3t* |)B8IRABLI FURNISHED ROOMS-Two ele ' ?ant PARLORS, and other furnished ROOMS. Iv &t *92 E street, bet. flth and 6th, fronting iouthward. no is 3t* l^OR RENT-A large FRONT ROOM, on s?cond I tloor. fDrnishel. Location, No. 337 19th st., ? e?tn nnf| four wr five doors from the Pro vost Marshal's. Would auit two gentlemen well. dov ls-6t* I^OR RENT-lhe new four story BRICK HOUSE , * ?'?/uated on Pennsylvania nf?nu?. corner of 21st street. containing U rooms; also 8t,re45by (ifi lett Water and gus on the premis?s Possession f.v'n Immediately. InquireofJ AMES McGRANN, n?Pa. ay. noT 13.jt* 1^0R RENT! I, FURNISHED ROOMS. A J0' Handsomely Furnished PARLORS and HKD ROOMS, in one of the moat desirable and pleasant situations in the city, and only on-? min V* .? ?f Willarca' Hotel and Penn'a av . Ne. 457 13th st, west side. noy I812t* FOR 8A L K-^A beautiful i3ETT OF D R A W KR?. ??i?ble ^or a Clothin? or Shoe Store. Apply at 406 7th street. dot 17-3t? I^OR SALE-The FURNITURE and GOOD WILL * "J * large and well-furnished Boarding house situated 1 n P strpet, two doors from 4S. near the Argbnal gate. hot 17-fit* ? jv^R^BNT?A very desirable ROOM, handsorni t \ 'y furnished. and centrally located. Inquire ' at No. ?37 \ H street, between 6th and 7th streets. POT 17- 3t * rpo LET-The SECOND and THIRD" 8TORTK3 A of Storehouse on C at-eet. No. 326, suitable for stonge. or eould be used for most an y kind of business. Inquireat MORTEM.'8 Paint andOil store, on the first floor, No. 326 C atreet, between 6th snd 7th. no 17-3t* I NIMPROVED PROPERTY FOR 8ALE.-Lot 5, * in Square 577, at tbe corner ?r 3d st and Mary land avenue, contains thirty-six thousand square feet, and ia a fine position for a lumber yard, or anv business requiring much ground, and will be one of the best in the city when the Ca^al is opened through Jamea creek, as the Government Engi neers propose. Also, nearly alt of Squares695 and 696. near New Jersey avenue, south of the Canal, low priced property, yery good to hold for future improvement, or may be made immediately profit able, by building on it a number of small frame bouses to reit. Apply to WM, Q. FORCE, 4 7* Tenth street. nov 17 3t* STORE FOR RENT?Corner of F and 7th, south of F at.. Island. nov 16 3t* HOUSE FOR RENT?With s'-ven room*, on the corner of 4th and I streets. Apply at No. 600 I street, next door. nov 16 3t* I/OR RENT?Furnished and unfurnished ROOMS, I at No. 400 4th St., near the City Hall. Refer ence required. nov 16 .St* I^OR RENT?Two FURNISHED ROOMS, water and gas in the house. Inquire at 367 2>th street, between Pa. av. and II st. nov 16 3t* If OR RENT -Two FT RNISHED ROOMS~on the 1 first lloor at No. 34 7 5th street, betwoen H and I streets. nov 16-3t* IT*OR"RENT?A LARGE CELLARTundeT^Can' ? terbnry Hall. Apply to J.M YOUNG. Jr. A: BRO , 403 Penn avenue, near 4S strtet. nov 16 W,F,8-3t* S?TORB FOR RENT-Corner 11th and N streets. with two good ro^ms and cellar, at present do ing a good business. Inquire on the premise). nnv lt-4t* IfOR RE^T? A neatly famished ROOM, with or ?T without board, suitable for two gentlemen. Apply at No. 2.37 D street, between 13 S and ltth sts. no 16-3t* I^OR RE>T?A suitable ROOM for an office iu one cf the best locati-nsin the city. For par ticulars apply at 33^ 8th street, between I. and M. no 16-3t? If OR RKNT?A HOUSE or ROOMS, on Fayette r street, heights of Georgetown. Immediate pofgesflion siven. Enquire at the premises, No. ?-'14. nov 16 3f I^OR SALB-A new FRAME H0U3E and LOT on 2?th street, between Pa. av. and K street, First War 1. Possession given immediately. Ap ply to J. II BYRAM, No. 404 2<?tb st. west, bet. G and II. _ no 16-4t* F"OR BALE?About TWENTY AORESOP LAND rart in meadow, situated on the Ba*t>-rn Branch about IS miles from the Navv Yard Bridge. For further particulars apply at No. 4""6 8th st., Navy Yard. nov 16-3t* IfOR RENT?A FRAME HOUSE, containing six rooms, Tnriiieljed. on 8th street, between Oand P streets. For particulars inquire at KEN NEDY 'S Grocery Store. No. 473 9th street, corner of E st. no 16-4f IfOR RENT?HOUSE No. 606 8th street east, tear the Navy Yard gate, containing 8 rooms, water and u-aa. The l<>wet 'loorcould bt wade into a cood store. S ree Tears pass the door Apply at J 7* E street north, between 1< th an I llth struts west. nov 16 3t* A SMALL DWELLING-HOUSE FOR BEvr" AND THE FURNITURE FOR 8ALE ?The location is a most desirable one, and rent mode rate. Apply at 43*? I st., between 9th and 10th sts.. between the hours of 8 and 9 a.m. and 5 and 7 p. m. nov 16 3t* 1/OR RENT?Two minutes walk east of the Cap itol.a FRAME IIOUSK, unfurnished, contain ing four rooms and Htchen, with lnrgs lot at tached. Also, one containing seven rooms. Can be seen by applying immediately to MRS. MEL LER. nn Marjland av-nue, between 10th and llth streets east nov 16-3t* 1~7<>R SALB-4 RARE RAR<iAlN?97't(\ onlv for STOCK. FIXTURES and GOOD WILL of a RESTAURANT ?.n the Islanl. Ill healtli of proprietor the only reason for selling. Also, a Brick House and Lot 25 by 13t' feet, B street. Navy Yard, for ?2 ?**'. MITCHELL & SON. Real Estate Brokers. 8. B. corner Pa. av. and 15th st. N. B. House for rent and Furtiture for sale, nov 16-6t* F' URN ISH EI) ROOMS?A! -0, front and back PARL0R-3W0 E street, be'.ween lijth and llth. nov 15 6t* rpo RENT-Bix ROOMS aiid a KITCHEN in new 1 brick house, situated on 7th streetwest.be tween New York avenue and L street. No. 316. Ilquire at the premises. nov 15-ot* J .-"OR SALE-The GOOD WILL and FIXTURES of a good located BUSINESS STAND, on 7th street. Possession given on the first of January. Apply at 7th street, between L and M, un>il the 20th. nov 15 4t* ^URNIhllKD K00M8 FOR RBNT-For rent com fortable aDd well furnish?d ROOMS, at No. 4.?0 iiih street, between G anil H streets. The lo-atioa is oce of the mosi desirable in the city, no 14 lm VOR RENT?One of the mostdesirable PRI V ATE i RESIDENCES in Georgetown. The greater part of the Furniture will be rented with the House For further information address Box No. 1000, Georgetown Post Office. nov lt ?t* ? /OR RENT?From the let December ne*t, the 1 large STOREHOUSE No. 533.Hth street, op Sosite the Center Market?two stories 22 by 65 feat eep?the locution being favorable for most kinds of business. Apply to J. M . JOHNSON. E street, between 9th and loth sts., No. 3^3. n 14 eotit* I^OR R1NT?ROOMS Nos. 314 and 322, On C street nor'h, under ' Seaton House." Also, Basement Rooms under Nos. 61I and H'2S Louisi ana avenue. ^ JOHN H. SBMMBS <k CO , nov 11 eortt 523 9th st..corner Louisiana av. I^OR SALE?A new three story brick HOUSE, southwest corLer of 2d and Market sts, George town^. C., containing 17 rooms, with all the latest improvements, in perfect order, A Brick Stable, Ice House and all necessary outbuildings attached. House 45 by 49, lot 8> by 150. Price 533,1 00, Terms easy, and possession when required. For further particulars apply ou the premises, nov 11 7t* 17OR BENT? F A LARGE. FINB OFFICE, Suitable for a p? yroaster or any professional gen tleman; the most central location in Washington? '27 4 F i-t^eet, near corner lith, only two squares from the Treasury and War Departments. Rent only ?400 per annum, pa)able monthly in ad vance. Abo. SUITE Or FIVE ROOMS sdjoining the office, to a family without children; water, gas, Ac. Possession given immediately. None but persons oftirst class respectability need apply, to P J. BELLEW & CO , 510 7th st., three doors south of Odd Fellows' Hall. nov 9 tf |Y"OK KENT?Two BOOM8, on second floor, suit * able for four gentlemeu,and one on first floor Inquire at 437 sth street, between G and H streets, west side. oc 29 Houses and lots for sale-Ou h ando streets north, on Ma ne and Maryland ave nues, D and K south, and S street west, between M and N south. B. MILBURN, 0. 8. Jail. oc 24 I m* FI RNI8HEU ROOMS TO R1NT, without Board, to gentlemen only?347 K street, near 13th. Inquire of Mrs. A. E. STEP HEN SON. au 31-tf 4J0LBLKATHK.R TRUNKS. LADIES' DRESS ^ ThUNKS. PACKING TRUNKS. V A ffrvTTNa T.ISF8, CARPET. I.BATHER and CAN VASS TRAVELING BAGS, Ac,, compri-^tAlU sing the most extensive variety of traveling re quisites, to be found in this city, q WALL, STEPHENS k CO., nov ll-2wif 3'22 Penn'a avenue. F i NEW STORE! NEW STORE! A full assortment of furniture.b OIL CLOTHS, MATTING8, RUGS. Ac., COMFORTS, BLANKETS, PILLOWS AHD BOLSTERS. FKATHBR B*D3. MATTRB88B8, CR0CBEBJlA8SWARB. WINDOW 8HADB8, TABLB C0VBR8. Ac., See.. With ev?ry conoeir?bl? article that ia necessary in the Housekeejdn# line, at the New 8tor?, No 40? SEVENTH STREET, BeTWKKB B ABD H8TK1BT3, Bast 8id?. H? ng Just returned from the North with an im& ?nae stock of Gocds, I would respectfully call ttie attention of the citiiens and those about fur nishing toiry ?J?c? of New Goods, wnioh was pur chased before the late advance in sold, and which I will sell at prices that cannot fail to pleaae. We charge nothing for showing our Goods, and feel confidant that when seen they will sell them selves. ? . B. BUCHLY, 406 7th street, between G and H, 17 lm Tsn doors abort the Old SUnd. B AP0T10N SAJ.EH. THIS ArttRWOQW ANB TO-MORROW Bt,ab O. MeGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. ' "tY^T00^!Vv?iN?^L0TB 0N SOUTH K EAST BKTWKhN so AND 3D STREETS o'dock^o n ^he ^fe^i^?w?Vhal" le 1? *L * t'N *\ V* Square Vo. 764. froutin^M fe?t * i,?iLLot N? S'i? E sfeet bfffen 2d an* Jd ?iriV.?ui nirgback 144 feet 3 inched. t? be ?old^!ntf rU|D* bedRtdiDt0thret?Buildin*L0U *" m?* deemed Title perfect. Terms: One half cash; the remainder in fi and 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trait on tbe premises ncTlfi d J. C. McGUIRB A CO.. Aucts. |?Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers., YALUABT.E SALK OF~IMPROV?D PROPERTY ON fiTH STREET, BETWEEN G AND li 8TREVTS NORTH AT AUCTION On JRIDAY, the ISth instant, at 4H o'clock p. m.,, we shell sell, in tront of the premise* part Lot 2-4, in Square No. 454. with the improvements, con sisting of a three fftory Brick House, with slate roof and gas, containing eight coed rooms, known as No. 399. A fine chance for a good investment. Terms: One-half cash, ba'auce in three and six months, with notes bearing interest. A deel given and deed of trust taken. All conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser. nov 'ft td GREEN A WILLIAMS. A net*. J. C. McGUIRB A CO., Auctioneers, POSTPONED CHANCERY SALK. By?J'.thoriiy ol a decree of the Supreme Court of this District, passed in a cause relating t > the *^,e l**** <9- C Gramnaer.JuDior. I will sell on FRIDAY AFTERNOON, November 18th, at 4 o'clock, on the premises. Lot No. 6 and Lot let tered O, in subdivision Square No. 164, fronting respectively on north L street and Connecticut avenue. ? Terms, as prescribed by the decree : On* third cash; ibe residue at si* and twelve months, with interest, for wbic>i the purchsser's bonds, with surety, will be taken, and a lien reserved on the property so.'d. If the terms be not complied with within fire days from the day of sale, the Trustee reserves the right to re-sell, on seven days'public notice, at the risk and cost of the purchaser failing to comply. Stamps, deeds, Ac., at the cost of the purchaser. W R TODD Trustee. dot 15-d JAB" C. McQUIRB A CO., Aucts. ??Y GREEN A: WILLIAMS, Auctioneers EXECUTOR'S SALE OF A NO 1 YOUNG RAY MARK, SUITABLE FOR FAMILY CSB CAR RIAGE, AND HARNESS AT AUCTION. On SATURDAY, the 19th instant, at 11 o'clock a. m.,we shall sell, ia front of our Auction Rooms, by order of the honorable Orphans' Court of the District of Columbia, the above, belonging to the pertona'. estate of the late John 01 aph am. deceased. WM. B. JAOKSON, Executor nov 16-d GI.EKN A WILLIAMS Auct. Y WM. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers. At the Horse Bazaar, 9-s, 8outh side L >uisiana avenue, between 9th and 10th streets. SORREL MARE AT AUCTION TO PAY EXPBN SRS On SATURDAY MORNING, 19tfc inst . at lOo'clk i r fair, if not.on the following SATI'RD AY MORN ING. 2**th 1 nst., I will sell, at the Horse Bazaar of W. L. WALL A CO., A SORREL MARE, to pay expenses for pasturase. Regular S/?les at the Bazaar, Tuesday, ThurMay, and Saturday, withoct regard to weather. GEORGE CLBNDENIN. nov IB WM. L. WALL A CO.. Aucta. B\ WM. L.WALLA, CO., Auctioneers. IIashing ten Horse ami Carriage liazaar1 9^ La av., bet. 9th and 10th sts. SALE OF HORSES. CARRIAGES. HARNESS. AO. On SAT I RDAY MORN ING, November 19th, com mencing at in oVlock, wb will a?tl at the Bazaar comprigicg about? FIFTY HORSES. Including some very fine Harness. Saddle, and Work Horses. Full description at Bale. ALSO. A splendid Black Mare, good under saddle, and kind and gentle in harness, will be exhibited in harness. ALSO, A large collection of desirable New and Second hand Carriages. Light Wagons. Buggies, Wagons, Carts, suitable for Sutlers, Harness, Ac., with ?which the sale will commence. ALSO, Ssles of Horses regular every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. ALSO, Carriages and Harness at private sale. Ai>o. Two nearly new Family Carriages, one four seat and the other six. and in excellent order, nov 16 WM. L. WALL A CO.. Aurtg. Y WM. L WALL A CO.. Auctioneers. HGT>r and Cnrrias' Bnziar, 99 La. ar? letw. 9th and 1'liA streets. ACALAPCHE CARRIAGE, PAIR HORSES, HAR NESS BOOKS. Ac.. AT AUCTION. On SATI'RDAY MORNING. 19th inetanr, at our regular sale at the Bazaar, at about 1 l,l? o'clock, we will sell a fine Calasche Carriage, pair Horses, Harness Robes, Ac. nov 17 WM. L. WALL A Co., Aucts. Y WM_. L. WALL A CO.. Auctioneers; Washington Horse and Carriage Bazaar, 99 La. av., bet. 9th and 1''tis sts. SPECIAL AND PEREMPTORY SALE OF NEW buggies, carriages, trotting wag ONS, Ac. To cover advances and close consignments, for acccunt of the builders. w? will sell, without re serve. for cash, on SATURDAY MoRNiNG. at our liazaar? 5 fine Spring and Half Spring Trotting Wagoas, '?uilt by Benson 3 Leather top Buggies, by good builders 3 No-top Buggies 1 Jump eeaj, Buggy, built by Lawrence, for two or four arsons 1 Four-Roat Dagger Carriage, built by Bra Hey 1 Family. Carriage, new. and built by Wood. With many other Carriages, with which the saie will commence, previous to the sale of Horses. Terms cash. nov 17 3t WM. L. WALL A CO.. Aucts. WM. L. WALL A CO . Auctioneers. Sooth corner Penn. avenue and 9th street. A BAGATELLE TABLE AT AUCTION. On SATURDAY MORNING, I9:h initaut, a* 11 o'clock, we shall sell, in front of the Auction Rooms, avery fine Bagatelle TaDle in excellent con di'ion. nov 16 WM. L. WALL A CO., Aucts. ^ALEOF CONDEMNED ORDNANCE STORES^ W ASHIMCTOJf AB?BSAL, Washihotow, D C. November 9.1<&3. . Will be fold ?t Public Auction.at the Arsenal, en lf'th of NOVEMBER, LS64, at It) o'clock a. m., a lot ORDNANCE STORES. cou^teqdpu as uaut for cue. viz : 1 Steam Boil- r and Panic, 1 Double Lathe, 6 Grindstones, 741 Gray Blankets. 16418 Blue Blankets, 19<>1 Red Blankets, jf Pole Pads, Gutta Percba. 55 Valises. Cavalry Round, 2317 Nose Bags, 2S33 Burs ingles, 1621 Blankets, 583 McOlellan Sad.lle Trees, 1J0 yards 8i!k Serge 40 pounds Woollen Yarns. 1000 pounds do Rags, 3 pounds Shoe Thread, ?."> IJarrela, 8 Jugs, 7 Bottles, 2 Water Cans, 3Vj Watering Buckets, Gutta Percha, 7u (io do Leather ALSO, A large lot of WROUGHT AND CAST IRON. Successful bidders will be required to remove the Stores witbin five days from the date of sale. Terras. Cafeh, ?n GoverntuenM" rov3 14t Major Commanding. B B B i B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneer?, No. 3~2b Seventh and D streets north. VERY EXTENSIVE SALE OP HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE. GILT FRAME MIK MORS. Ac . AT AI'CTION. On Tl KbDAY, the 22d instant, at 10 o'clock a. m., we shall sell, at Nos. 24.? and 249 Pennsyl vania avenue, between 9th and 10th streets we?t, a lsrge assortment of Furniture, consisting in p?rt of? Walrut Sofas. Easy and 8i<fe Chairs Walnut Marble-top Tables ard Wasbstands Walnut Marble-top D essing and other Bureaus Walnut Washstand, Wardrobe, and Bedsteads Feather Beds, Pillows and Bolsters Hair, Husk, and other Mattresses Blankets and other Bedding Brusfels, Three-ply, and Ingrain Carpets Cooking, Parlor, and other Stovra Chica Glass, and Crockery Ware Fine Gilt Frame and ether Mirrors With many other articles too numerous to men tion. Terms cash. ?? nov IB GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auc ^ALS 0V CONDEMNED HORSES. Ouartermnsttr Genital's Office, l.?r Division, t Washington CUV, November LV 1H64. S Will be rum at public auction, to the highest bidder, at Giesboro. D. O.,on 1- Bl DAY NOVEMBER 18. 18'v4, ONE HUNDRED AfID *lFTY ^AvirftY 0R^K8 ON FRIDA Yr*NOYKMBER 2S. 1814, ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY CAVALRY HORSES. Thfse horses have been condemned as unfit for the Cavalry aerviee of the Ariny. For road and farming purpoies, many good bar gains may be bad. Horaes sold singly. 8?1# to commence at 10 a. m. Terms cash in United States currency. JAMES A EKIN, Colonel in cbkrge Firat Division Quarterinaater General s Office. nor 18 td HOOTS AND 8HOEBto TIM 18 manufacturing all kindaof BOOTS ?old at a much lower iiricethan bas been * heretofore charged in this city for much inferior ^Persons in want of BOOTS and 8HOE8 of Eastern or City-made work, will always find a good aaaort SSf? -? ??ffi'ffiff fSS^rSii"* aP 6-tf S14 Penn. ?ll kinds o*bottlesbought AN? SOLD the highest price will be paid for Champagne Bottles, at 6T1 Seventh street, Island, between E and F sin eta. <* *-Im AUCTION SALES, run HK BAT*. Br BROOKF.R A BELLEW. Auctioneer* No. i4 6 nortk *th street, bet. IudK. Sales 1VKRY EVENING. eomnrn-ing at 6^ o'clock, of a general wnortnieDt of Dry Ooo4?, Hosiery, Soap*. Camo* and Bruahes. Perf?i??ry. btatit nery, ftae Gilt Albums, Picture*. Ac . Ae. Out door sales attended toon the moat riMoj. iMf ifriiii. Consignment* re^pestfullv solieitel. nor 10 1m BROOKKR .V BELLEW. Ancts gY W. B. LB WIS A 00., iHUoMMi STOCK OK CONFECTIONERY STORE AT AUC TION MONDAY. November 21st. at 10 o'clock, at Store No. ."?7?>vt 7th str*et, Inland, we shall ?e.l the whole stork . conaistii g of? Confectionery, Candies, Fruit*. Glass Jars, Cans, Lot of tine Segars. Natural L-af Tobacco, Lot of Fancy Gondii Mod Nations opt 17 U W BJ.KWIS A CO.. AucU. THOMAS DOWLING. Auct.; Georgetown, HOUSEHOLD FCRNITURR AND LFFECT8 AT On MONDAY At CTION ^_a^ morning Fov.*mb*r ?iat .t .i. s ' jnBW1 No " lT'ii ?k thereaid-nce o'f William 8. Jones, No. .17 Market street, between 1st and 2 i Mreet-. Georgetown hu hou?eheld and kitchen furniture, consisting of? 1M? Mahogany Spring seat Chairs and SWa Mahogany Rocker and Cane seat Chairs Feather Beds. Bedsteads and Muttretnel Ttre.- ply. Ingrain and other Carpets Oil cloth Matting and Shades Bureaus. Sideboard ai.d Wardrobes Parlor. Cooking and other Stoves Crockery and Glasswsre And manv other articles not mentioned dot 17 d THOMAS DOW UNO. Auct. Y W. B. LEWIS A CO., Auctioneers, No. 307 Pennsylvania avenue. B EVENING SALES AT AUCTION SATI RDAY EVENING. Noven?b<T 13. at 7 o'clock, we shall commence regular sales,through the of Dry go> ds, Clothing, Soirts. Boots, Slioes. aid Books. Albums. Bibles, Paintings, Kngravings. Cutlery, Plated Ware, Watches, Jew elry, Fancy Goods. A o , A e W B. LEWIS A CO.. Auct*. Regular sales of Furniture, Groceries, AO., TFISI'AY. THURSDAY, and SATURDAY, at It Si o'clock. Cash advanced on all kinds of Goods. no* 16-lw W. B L1WIS A CO.. Auctv B Y J. O. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. fcUPERIOR ROSEWOOD SEVEN OCTAVS PI ANO FORTK, FURNITURE AND HOUSE HOLD EFFECTS AT PUBLIC SALE (.n TUESDAY MORNING, the Rd inst . At 10 o'clock, Rt residence, No. 1 7 'J F street, between 18th and iyth sts.. we shall sell the furniture and effects of a family declicirg housekeeping, com prising ? Elegant Rosewood Case Seven Octave Piano Forte Handsome suite of Rosewood Parlor Furniture, finished iu Crimson Silk Damask Rosewood Centre Table, Fancy Tables Superior Plush and Tapestry Covered Arm Cbairs Oak and Walnut Cane Seat Chairs Oak Hall Chairs. Hat Rack Brussells Carpets and Oil Cloth Rosewood Chamber Suite with Mirror Front Wardrobe Painted Cottage Pui'es. Window Shades Hair and Husk Mattresses Bolsters ard Pillows. Blinkfts and Comferts Crockery and G iass Wars, Stores. Ac. Terms cash. nov l*-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. B Y T.K1IN A WILLI A MS, Auctioneers. No. .?26. corner of 7th and D streets north. No. 314 ?Equity. Elliott snd o'hers versus Elliott and others. SAI K OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN TUB VICIN ITY OF THE RAILROAD DEPOT. NOTICE.? By virtue of a decree of the iinrrerae Court of the DistrictofColambia.si'tinj in equity, passed in the above cause on the first day of No vember, 1S64. 1 shall proceed to sell, on the prem ises, on MON DA Y, the 28th Instant, at half part 4 o'clock p. di , all those pieces or parcels of around situated in the city of Washington,in said District, and known and designated on the ground p'an thereof: Lot 7, Square 633. fronting 51 feet on 1st street weft, between B and C street* north,bv a depth of 18" feet to a public alley 5n feet wide, with the im provements, consisting of two two-story Frame Houses, A c Lot No 8, 8quare 633, fronting 51 feet on 1st street wfst. between B and C streets north, by a depth of 180 feet to a public alley 60 feet wide, with the improvements, consisting of Frame Building. This property is situated in one of the most im proving parts of the city. Terms of ?'ale. as prescribed by the decree : One third of the purchase money to be paid in cash; the balance in two equal instalments of sis and twelve months. The deferred payments to bear interest from the day of sale, to be secured by notes of the purchaser or purchasers, with good and sufficient security, to be approved by the trustee. The purchaser has the right to pay the whole of the purchase money in cash. If the terms of sale be not complied with within five day s after the sale, the tristee reserves the right or' reselling the said property at the risk and cost of the first purchaser. JOHN F ENNIS. Trustee. no 17 GREKN A WILLIAMS, Ancts. B Y J AS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. EANDSOMK BRICK VILLA RESIDKNCE. WITH LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL GROCND8, FIN K 11RICK. STABLING, CARRIAGE H0U8K. ICE HOUSE, Ac. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. November 21st, at 4 o'clock.on the premises, we fthall sell that hand some residence and eroucds, formerly the proper ty of the late Major Nicholson, U. 8. M. C., being the whole of Bquare No. 7t>5, situated at the corner of south E street and 2d street eait, immediately fast ef "Duddington " The ^rounds contain about two and a half seres of ground, handsomely en closed, and laid out witn fine gravel drives and walks, and beautifully orramen'ed with choice shade trees and flower*. The improvements are ; of the most superior kind, and consist of a fine, lar^e Brick Mansion, with large porticos on three I sides, the whole built and finished in the most . substantial manner, with tire Parlors. Dining Room, Library, lar^e and airv Chambers, B&tfc Room. Ac , Ac ; in addition, there is a very supe ! rior Brick Stable. Carnage nouse. Ice House. Servants'House, Ac. The property commands A i splendid view of the city. Potomac river, and sur | rounding country, and is in all reepeots a first class t residence. Terms: Ono-third cash; the remainder in 6 and ; 12 mouths, with iatereat, secured by a deed of trust ; on the premises. Conveyance* and stamos at the cost of the pur chase. Immediate pos-ession given. nov 15 d J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. j^Y J. o7 McGUIRE A_CO.. Auctioneers. TRUSTEE S SALE DF IMPROVED PROPERTY ON NORTH N STREET, BETWEEN 4TH AND ?TH STREETS. By virtue of ? deed of trost from Michael Runa han and wife, bearing da'eou the llth day of July, 1*59, duly recorded in Liber J . A. S^ No. 179. Folioe 1<3, et. seq., to the sansrribers, Tmstees of the Phcenix Building Association of Washington city, we shall sell, on the premises, on TLtESDAY. the ' 22d day of November, at 8 o'c ock p. m.. part of Lot twenty one, (21'in Square No. 513, beginning for the said part i f lot at the northwest corner of said lot, and running thence east with the line of north N street, fifteen feet, thence south one h&ndred and eight feet eight and a half inches; thence west fifteen feet; thence north one hundred and eight feet eight and a half inches, improved by a umall brick tenement. TSrfeia ; One-third r?f the purchase money cash, the residue in two equal paymeuts. at 6 . and 13 months, with interest from the <2ay of sale, secured bv a deed of trust. Twenty dollars to be paid down at the time ef sale, and if the terms are not fully co nplied with witbin five dsys from day of sale, the Trustees will resell the property, after five days public notice, at the risk and expense of the defaulting pur chaser. . . Stamps and coa'Jyancirg at the cost oi me purcnaser. ERASMF8 J. MIDDLETON.I Traat?s HILLIARY C. SPALDING. ( irastees. no l-eodArts J. 0. McGUIRE A CO . Auct8. OFFICE DEPOT COMMISSARY OF SUB SISTENCE. Washington, D C.. Nov 12. 1S64 GOVERNMENT SALE <>F HIDES. TALLOW. EMPTY BARRELS. Ac. Will be sold at public auction, at Sixth street Whsrf, Washington. D. C , on TUE33AY, No vember 21, 1864, at 11 o'clock a. m., the following Government pr?perty, viz: 5 tH/0 Beef Hides (more or less) 1.2U0 8heep Pelts (more or less) 6.0<4> pounds Tallnw. ? Also, a lot of Neats foot Oil, Horns, Empty Bar rels, Ac. Terms cash in Government funds. All purchases to be removed within ten days af ter sale. 8 0. GREKN I, no 14-7t Captain and C. V . 8. UARTERMABTBR GENERAL'S OFFIC1, Fikst Division, Washington Citt, November 8.1861. Will be sold at public auction, t- the higheet bidder at the time and places named below, Til: YORK. PENNSYLVANIA. THURSDAY, Novem ber 17, 1864, LANCA8TER. PENNSYLVANIA, FRIDAY, No vember 25. 1S6?, EASTON, PENNSYLVANIA VRSDAY, De cember 1,18^), ThesJ l?.deV?d. ""'rses at each place. , )llvrs jave been coi demiird a." uaflt for tbeCaVaity service of the army. Fi r road and farming purposes many good bar ga;ns may be had. Horses sold singly. Sales to commence at 10 e'clock a. m. Terms: Cash in United States currency. ? . JAMES A. EKIN. Colonel in charge First Division Q. M. G. O. nov io-td ^KBTLIMKNB CLOTHIK^ ??? FINE AND MEDIUM QUALITIES. We have now iu store a Isris snMse assortment of Gentlemen's DRESS ard BUSINESS 8UITS, of the latest styles, with a full stock of fine ShirU, is nov ll JwIf [Intel ] 3ga Pa. avenne. M UBIC ?0R BALLS, PARTIES, Ac. LOUI8 WEBER No 569 7th itreet east, re spectfolly informs his friends.and former pa- ?? - trons that he continues to attend Balls Par-iHI ties, Ac.with his well ornnited Band omS? Scientific Musicians. No. 5?9nhsteartNaW r>ra oc 25-.m o BUTLER tents! " T'nta oonstantly on haa<] Also, New Tents of uj site made to order by ? M . BARNES A ?ON. eo 26 lm? M*k*rs. ?34 llth street. ?? 26 lm .? near the wharf.