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BMCBBMBNTH TO-MIGHT. Ford's Theater ?This evening commences tfce second week of the highly successful and majniflcentspec'acle entitled the "Seven Sis ters'and the Birth ol Cupid ia the Biwer ol Ferns, in which appear the splendid actors, Mr. John E McDonoogb and Mr.C B. Bishop, and the California Diamond, Miss Eotta, in her beautilul songs and dances. (iKOvu n Thjatib -To-night is the first appearance of the much admired actress, Mrs. J. W. Wallack, in conjunction with her hus band. Mr. J. W. Waliack, who has conseuted to lavor his Washington friends with selected pieces another week. Ttie entertainment will commence to-night witu the admirable five act plav of "The Gamester," in which both Mr. and Mrs. Wallack appearand will con clude with the clashing comedv of "My Aunt " To-morrow evening "Rob Rov," in wbieh Mr. Waliack appears as ?Rob Roy," and Mrs. IVaJJack as "Helen McGreger." ('astibbtrt?The great Australian rider, Mr. .'antes Melville, and his talented family, JSamuel, Francis, and George, make their firs? appearance at the Canterbury to-night. Also, the first appearance ot the beautiful danseuse, M'lle Desiree, and the celebrated pantomimist and dancer, M. Mathieu. Re-appearance of John Mulligan, in new acts, assisted by Eea vitt and Pierre. First night of the equestrian burlesque of "Mazenpa, or, the Wild Horse of Swampoodle," with John Mulligan as Ma zeppa. The Oxford Mcbto Hai.l?This new es. tabli&hment will open this evening at the cor ner of Ninth street and Pennsylvania avenue with ballet, pantomime, burlesque, farcial and gjmnastic exercise?, interspersed with Ethiopian delineations, vocallem. instrumen tation, &,c. 'i bis line hall will seat comfort ably three thousand persons, and has been frescoed and deoonred in an elaborate manner, besides being yentilated in the most approved method Seaton Hall.?During the present week ?Sanderson's Minstrels will continue to amuse their numerous patrons, at Seaton Hall, corner of f'th and D streets, with their original say ings. singing, dancing and splendid instrumen tal music. On Thanksgiving Day the Min strel- will give two select performances, at 3 in the afternoon, and at t- in the evening. A change of programme each evening. W ashtnoton Theater ?Baum'a great dio rama of the present war is now on exhibition at the Washington Theater. It atlords a life like view cf the movements of troops, the blowing up of steamers, the prancing of horses, A.c . and is drawing crowded nouses nightly to witr.ess it. The Soldiers' Thamksoivino Dinner.? The proposed Thanksgiving dinner to the sick and wounded soldiers in the hospitals was a subject ot consideration in several of onr Sab bath schools yesterdav At Wesley Chapel, JMr C II. Lane and the Rev. Mr. Jack-on, 4'feaplain of Armory Square Hospital, in a few appropriate remarks, urged 'upon the teachers and scholars their co operation in the matter, and referred to the hardships and pri ^ atiuns endured by the noble defenders of our flag and national right*. A collection was then taken up. and notwithstanding the slim at tendance occasioned by the disagreeable weath er, were raised towards providing a suit able dinner for the inmates ol Armory Square Hospital. It may be stated in this connection that Lieut. Col Gardiner TufTts, Massachusetts Military ?State Agent, on behalf of the I'nion City Com mittee and the Mayor of Boston, has tendered to Surgeon Abbott Medical Director, a Thanks giving dinner of turkey for all the soldiers in hospital in this department, irrespective of JStatet,. Alexandria Akfairs.?From the Virginia Jb'tate Journal ? Yesterday (Friday) morning the iron-clads previously stationed at Fortress Monroe, moved up the James river to Dutctt Gap, and the indications were very strong of a heavy movement being in operation. We may, there lore, look for very startling news from that quarter by the arrival of the steamer to-mor row. and who can doubt that it will be of a most favorable character. Charles P Leake, a former resident of this city, was accidentally killed on the Baltimore A. Ohio railroad, near Harper's Ferry on the 16th lust. His remains have been sent to this city. The Vacancy in the Police Magistracy Jty the Decision of the Court, last Saturday, in the case of Justice N H. Miller, the sub-dis trict composed of the fourth and fifth police precincts, is ma?le vacant The reports of the sergt am of the tilth precinct show that Justice Clayton tried the cases yesterday and to-day at tht.t station house. The report of the ser geant of the fourth precinct shows that Justice Wilier tried the cases reported yesterday. These were probably cases tried Saturday after the regular reporr. and the Court had decided the case. Fire?Last night, at!V.>5 o'clock, the alarm of fire was given from box No. 2-, corner 10th and H streets. The cause was the accidental burning of a bed in a house on New York av enue. between 9'h and 10th streets. The fire department engines were promptly on the spot, bu? their aid was unnecessary, as the fire was extinguished withfipt serious damage to the prope rty before the engines arrived. Grand Ball-To-morrow evening will be given, at Temperan e Hall, on E street, be tween :'th and 10th, in honor of Lincoln and Johnson. The managers have exerted them selves to make this a No. 1 ball, and judgiug from tbe list of commitb-e m?-n, they will not fail. Prof. Kreis will preside as master ot ceremonies. I. O. O F. Leveb.?The Library Associa tion of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows will hold a levee at Odd Fellows' Hall, 7th street, on Thursdav evening, December 1, to T&ise funds to purchase new books for their library. Draft Meeting.?A mass meeting of the citizens of the Fifth Ward will be held at Langley's Hall, curner of >d street and Penn. avenue, on to-morr.>w evening, at 7 o'clock, tor the purpose ot forming an association to relieve the Ward of a further draft. Death ok a Washihotomian.?We learn that Edw. Branch Robinson, well-known in this city by the cognomen of "Bull Robinson," died recently at Richmond, Va. He was a printer, and at one time collector of the port or Gecrgetown. Forrth Ward Station Cases.?Solomon Hall, disorderly: Ed.Gorman, suspicion of grand larceny: Jos Johnson, drunk and disorderly; dismissed. Thos. Sullivan, drunk; Mary Knox McKeon, do.; dismissed. "Wm. Tilley, do.; #-'.50. Foi rth PKEt ixcT?Justice Drury is tha acting magistrate at the Fourth Precinct, and bas tried all the cases at the First Ward Station s'tice the decision of the court in the case of Justice Miller. Si\tm Grand Ball.?The Fenian Brother hood give their sixta grand ball this evening, at Temperance Hall, and ha\e engaged an ex < elt-r.? brass and string band for the ocsasiwn. SPECIAL NOTICES. Overcoats. Desirable styles of Overcoats at $3>, 525, $33 and 990 each Kai i Ovbp.Cuatm, well madt Rt r?fc? Ovsrcoath, by the single one or dozen, very low CfXTi' Brawls, at $6 sa;V Oail at HfMHISo'fl. nc 17-t't* eor. 7th st. an 1 M<i, ?v., island. Fall aho Wihtbb Ci.eTHis?. I?ew k. ?yles* Supt-rb Stock of Overcoats, Dress, Frock, and Waiting Coats, P&ata'dons, Vests, and Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Good*, See . Ac. We ar* now prepared to exhibit onr sturt of Men's and Boy*' Krvt> made Cl >thio* which, for ele ??Bct o* ttyle variety a?d excel enee ol fabric and faith'nli ? i'cf mat.ufactur#. bas not b>*en sur by any stock heretofore offered in this market Tnose in search of Clothing for Gentlenen'aand Youths' wear are invited to call and examine our atock. We can ?ay with as-urnnce they will find the right article on the most reasonable terms Also, an extensive assortment of Gentlemen'a Furnishing Goods, comprising everything neees ?ary for a tomiltts outfit. NOAH WALKKH* CO.. 3?h Pa. av., eel"-8m* Metropolitan Hotel Building. Colgate's Bout boap. This celebrated Toilet ?oap. in such universal Bamand, ia made from the choicest materials, la mi.d and emollient in ita nature fragrantly scent Ad, and extremely beneficial in ita action upon the akin For sale by al! Druggist* and Fancy Goods Dealers. jatt-eoly W auavtid TO Uoaa:? 8i* ?at* .-Dr. Godfrey* Antidote, aa Baalish bpecitte of rtxty-flTe years atanding, will core Honorrka* ta txx dayt. Mo ahuige of diet required Prioe ? I per bottle. Sol 4 by B.10. Ford, corner nth street and Pa. avenue, wnMait??. and H?nrv Oook.exandrla. la B-ly j MARRIED, Ob Saturday. Movember 12 i?4. 4t gt. Peter's Jhurch. by Re? Kather Boyle, P H SMITH to diaa KMMA F MOOK A BBB. b, th of tW?citT * I Baltimore Han eopy ) ?IIO, bnddenly, on the Zlst.GBOBGB B. MACK1M ?a-ant son of ear*eon Georg. Brown laakanaie. U HA. scd the late Betty Mackea e. ai"d 3 months ar.d 23 da?s The frlandjaadi acquaintances are respectfully ivlted to attead th* funeral, at Camn Fry. on cesday.atlp. m '? GEORGETOWN A.DVER MT3 LIST OF LETTERS REGAINING IN TUB POST OFFICE. QEORG ETOWN, D. 0., Novkubrk 19, 1964. To obtain ai.* of these letters, the applicant mast call for '* advertised letters," gi ve the date of thin lift, and pa* one ont for advertising. If not called for within one month, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. I'lace the po?iage stamp on the upper right-hand comer, and leave space between the stamp and direction for post-marking without interfering with the writing. A request for the return of a letter to the writer, if unclaimed within thirty day* or less, written or Srinted with the writer's name, pest office, and tate, across the left-band end or envelope, on the face aide, will be complied with at the nam*] pre. Said rate of postag?. payable when the letter is elivered to tae writer. LADIES' LIST. Berry Mrs 8n?an Lewis Miss N Bmler Minn V Little on Misg Fann>- D Bodine Mrs Jane LambdinEL Bell Mies Harriet Lewis Mrs D A Burket Miss Catherine Mitchell Martha Broner Mrs Georgeana Mosier Mrs Fraakie A Baker Miss Alas M'^rry Mrs E K Compton Mrs W W Nash Mrs E Crosby Mrs Maria Olmsted Mrs 8 H Caton Mrs H K Onea' Hannah CreswellMrsM Powels Mi -a Annie Chapman Miss M L Powers Mrs Ann Cassman Mr* Mary Bitter Mrs Coffin Mm Mary J Sullivan Mrs Caullld Mies Margaret Simms Miss Mary Caton Miss Jennie Swink Miss Ma'tha Cnrns Mias Catherine Scott Marion (col; Delanes Mrs Nancy StnartMissL Dausev Miss Harriet VA fmith Mi*s Jennie E Dodd Miss Clara II Scankes Elizabeth Eler Mrs Ann E Ti'ghman Mrs Mary Ellice Miss Alice Thomas Marv Gims Mrs Adell Tippett Mra Emily E Grey Miss Margaret X Thomas Mrs D Goump Miss Mary TayWMrsM A Halle Jennie Tavlor Mrs Margaret Hickman Mi?s Milly-2 Wilson MiaaSarah Hunt Miss Mary Wren Miss 8 A Hawkins Miss Ada Williams Mrs Mary JinkinsDora Wilson Miss Johnson Miss V Wright Miss Mary S Johnson Miss Sar h Wa'kerMissM Irwiae Mrs Rose _ Wallace Mrs 8ami Johnson Miss Maria Williamson Miss Annie Johnson Mrs E Waters Miaa Amandti GENTLEMEN'8 LIST. Amsdon B R Fenwiok Mr Medders A Aams Jos K Keeckens R Marrader Aleck Burton Wm Gates Rob'. Nelson PH BaylesOspt 8 H Gorner Jos G Our nond Wm Breok P L GilmorJno PeekensR Balmat Isaac Green Jas Patterson Jno F Brooke .Inn Gilk?y Cant J F Poplar Jas W Bennett J E Gos in Ambrose Pettitt Jon 0 Burton Jas D Hill Wm Powers J W Bonlden Isaiah Henning Wm Pease Isaac T< BrewsterCapG WHunter R >bin Potter J oW Bingham Geo Herlhy Michl Pollard Henry Bishop Chas Hoski"s Jno R Palme' D P-2 Bellows Alfr?d Ho^hal J W l'eck Clement Castlom Tim y Hull Capt G B Robertson Wm Oarolan T E Horner ElickF Remolds W M ConklinSS Harrison Jno Robinson Jeflr Culver Capt R S Holton And C Rees II Thos Curtis Capt P Honyfhas Roberts Ed H Chadwick JnoL Janey Wm H Small wood Wm ClnsBom Jerome Jackgon R F Simpson W O Conson Geo t Johnson Nelson Sullivan Thog Church Cap* FL Jone? Jno W Siam Parker Corwin Danl Johnson Henv Scrivener Jno T Cowin 0 Johson <'apt E Sullivan Jer?'h Carrol Andw Johnson AmosC Smith Geo W Chapman A T Kelly M<<ses Schlosser Geo Dye Hampton H King J B Steward Geo W Dean W W Kennedy G E SeaeleCbaa DarigWmC-2 Lippineott CptS Talbot S C Doherty Wm Lord Qapt 8 L Thompson Capt Drinkwater WC, Lot-IIL 8 ? SL Daly Timothy Lcvill LaRi v 8 Tripp David R DoringThos Lydon Jas Thomas Abr'm Doyle Micbl 3 Lee Jno Vanderwoll N Danaher Wm Lease Capt J H Webster W W Davis Luffeta LawderJ M Wallisjas Davenport I D LydonJaa Wright Jas D DodgeJasA Moore Th"?U WhvteJno Donalson Jno K Mclntyre Peter Walker Jno B DatieyJno MrCsrtny Patk Wilkin* Get Day Henry McD-rmott Jno '^alkinsGM Darius Beje 2 Macgee Jno W Watklns Geo Dickerson Cap A Moor" Jno L Weston t C Davis ('apt Alex McGill Edwd Windsor E Endicott CaptT Mnnsey Cap JH Wordall A Fare Hob* D McCarthy D F Yonne Moses Emerfon Jrs-2 McGinty Danl Vonns Jno Fillmore Tiro'y MorrisCA?to Young David MISCELLANEOUS ?Proprietors of Store No. 14". High street: Virginia Ladie. It HENRY ADDISON. P.M. ry~p?FAIK AND FESTIVAL ?The Ladies will bold a Fair and Festival in the Ball Room of the Union Hotel. Georgetown, commencing MONDAY EVENING. November 21st, for the benefit of Mount Olivet Mission Ohapsl. in Ale* andria county. Ya Th-s chipel is designed as a place of worship for the citizens and soldiers now resident in the county. All tbe churches in the neighborhood having been destroyed by tbecusual ties of the war religious services have been held up to this time in a barn; but the inclemency of th? weather makeg it absolutely necessary for us to erect a small chapel for our use; and we now ap peal to the benevolent of Washington and George town to assist us, either by donation, or Vy their presence and patronage at the Fair, in this truly laudable and Christian enterprise. By order, nov 19-2t* (GEORGETOWN CORPORATION 8 TOOK. - 1 Those persons who may be disposed to pur chase Geoigetown Corporation Stock, which bears an interegt of six per cent, per annum, payable quarterly, can obtain some by applying to WM LAIRD, Clerk of said Corporation. oc 1-dtDl 'TROWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, bytha 1 Petomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac," "Gov. Curtin" and "Belle Haven." Apply to the Captains on board, or to JOHN B. DAVIDSON, m y IS- Water street. Georgetown. |^1D YOU GET ONE? If not, go at once to the new TIN STORE, PALMER a bro.. No. 90 Bridge street, Georgetown, D. C., And purchase one or more of their COOKING AND hEATING S10VK8 Cheap for cash, at Philadelphia prices. We tame in part? T'ie 0NITEI) STATES, <Cook.) The FANNY FOkREST tCR. (Cook.) The BOILER I OP CR0T0N. Tbe YIOLE I', and other Radiators. LATKOBES, Ac.. Ac. All Stoves, Ac., guarantied to be as represented. Don't forget. No. 90 Bridge street, Georgetown D C. pot g )m i'ALMER A BRO. K I D W E I. L A SON, VII LOU IS TS, W /V Su-cess-irs ot KidwellA Lawrence, rv Penniylrania avenue, near corner U.'/j street. Having completed this elegant and extensive DRUG ESTABLISHMENT, oiler superior facilities to the residents of Wash ington and public generally for obtaining FREEH DRUGS, CHEMICALS. PERFUMERY and FANCY ARTICLES, MEDICINAL WATER, Ac. Tbe object of tbe proprietors is to supply the de ficiency long felt by tbe citizena of Washington ? of a first class Drug Store. Our arrangements for companding Physicians' Prescriptions are ao per fected as to meet the entire approval of the faculty KIDWKLL A 80 N, nov 18-Tm Chemists and Druggists. JUST RECEIVED. FROM NEW YORK, A large lot of Ladies and Mistes FELT IIAT?, nntrimired, in all tbe new shapes. _ Seliing for $l.S> wor .h extra line, $2.5't worth ?4. At the New \ork Millinery Ro ?ms. No 4. Market Spa'-e, nov lr-lw* up stairs, tirat floor. 1M1B SUPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, holdiog a District Court of the Utited States for the said District. _ .. To all tehorn it may conrtm, greeting: Notice is herebj given, that od the Juth day Of October, \86t. the schooner Coquette, tackle, Ac., arid cargo, were seiz?d as lawful prize, by the United States sloop Watchman, Po omac Flotil la, and brought the same into this District for adjudication; and the same are libelled ani pros ecuted in this court, in the name of the United States, for condemnation; and have been arrested by the marshal for the reasons in tne libel stated; and that said cause will stand for trial at the City Hall, in the city of Washington, on the Srst Mon day of December next, when and where all per sons are wnned to appear to show cause wfcf con demnation should not be decreed, and to inter vene 'or tbeir interests. October 2?, ksm. B. J. MEIGS. Clerk, nov 2-14t THE oldest hotei7CONDUCTED ON TH1 EUROPEAN PLAN,; Is enlarzed to double its former capacity EUROPEAN HOTEL. Corner Pa. av. and XUh it., Washington, I), C. This hotel, the oldest conducted on the European plan in this city. Las been enlarged andT improved in necessary for the' pati _ . :hat . _ continue to receive patronage as heretofore. accommodation of flie increasing guests itil_ Thankful for the patronage already recMiyJ^T the proprietor hopes that by attention to business we Guests will only he charged with what they receive. Charges are moderate. oc 2b-tf _ P. EMRICH, Proprietor. MEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL PETROL UM i> COMPANY. CAPITAL STOCK, 91,000,000. 100.000 SHARES AT flO EACH, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $5 PER SHARE. LANDS YIELDING LARGELY. OKKICBRS: HON. DANIEL B. DICKINSON, Presided. WILLIAM T. PHIPPS, Vice President. ROBERT BAESETT, Secretary. Books are open for subscription at the office of the Company, No. Empire Building, T1 Broad way, New Tork. The lands of the Company are eituated In th heart of the Oil Region, and include portions of those well-known loealitiee, "the MeElhenny farm, the two MeClintoek farms," and otter ?roved and valuable working territories, inelud ing over Two Thousand acres of the beet Oil Ter ritories alongOil Greek and in Weet Virginia, now nnder process of suoeessfnl development and eil is already regularly and largely arodueed from several wells upon them. Address the Company, F- Box 6369 New York. oc 2?-3m A FOR SALE PAIR OF CARRIAGE HORSES They are young, sonud. well broken, and about.18* ?f\ bands high, also.tw* Carriage* and Har-TL-JR fimM Apolf to ? BLAlll, ^ dot 17-St No. b Presidsat's Square. w WANTS. WANTED?Th^w^odWAITER8 at the Win " ter Garden from 7 to o'clook p. m. U* WANT*!)-Two MEN DINING ROOM 8BR VAN 18 at 391 E street, between 9th aod loth streets. nor ? it* ANT ID?Two *ood HANDS fordress making. Apply at No. 35? D at., between 9th and 10th sts. It* WAKTED-Bjr a competent woman a SITUA TION to cook. None but a private family need apply. Ad drees boi 15 thi? office. it* WANTRD?By a respectable young girl. a SIT UATION a* nook, wash a> d iron in a snail family, or as chambermaid. Please applvatthe 8d house from the corner of M acd 20th sts. It* WANTED? A medium sized HOUSE, either furnished or unfurnished, for ap ivate fam ly, in a respectahle neighborhood Address No. 249 Pa. avenue, bet. 12'h and 13th eta n tl rt* WANTKD-A SfTUATTON. by a first cl ss ** cook. fcolor?-d.t Good eity referenda given. Call or sdrirees to 407 C street, corner of 3d. rov ?l-?t* PI I UATiON WANTED BY A YOUNG MAN with a Sutler or io any otber cspacity wh?re be can make hiwiself generally n6efal. P'ease ad? dress C. D. M..Star office. notl 2t? WANTBD TO BUY OR RENT?A small eligibly located HOUSE If for rent ssvisfactorv ref erence given Address "J. A. R.." Star Office, stating prict-, location, ana when possession may be had, dot 2l-5t* ANTRD-A rood CANDY MAKER. Inquire at No. 441 F street, between 5th and 6th ??reeta. no v 19- St.* ANTRD?A good COLOKED BOY, to t*ke care of a pair of horses and carriage. Ap ply immediately at IIARRT^ON'S Uni >n Gift Store, Penn's avenue, near .'Id s'.reet, under fie Wa*h ingten House. nov 19 2t* 4JTORR POOM WANTED?Must bewell ligh'ed ^ and well ventilated. Situation oi north side of Pennsylvania avenu?. between 9>h a-"! 1.1th Btreets, preferred Snhmii terms and period of lea^e to T. J. FISHER, of firm of J. C McGnire ft Co. nor li-fit A'BOY WANTRD?At the GAS FITTING Busi ness, at No. 285 F street. nov 18 It* WANTED?A first class COOK. Mast be a good washerwoman nnd come well recommended. White preferred. Call at Star Office, no 18-3t* WANTED-A HOSTLER. Bnqnire at FLKAI MING'? National Stables, No. C street. nov 18 3t* WANTED?8ix MEN. to canra? for Life Insu rance Company Inquire at MAURY ft CO. Bankers. No. 517 7th street. nov 18 eo!2f ANTED?A respectable WOMAN (German preferred) as cook. Reference required. App'vat No 97 Bridge street, between Congress ana High Btreets, Georgetown. D C nov 18 3t* WANTED?By a gentleman, a small furni'hed ROOM, with board, if possible, in the First Ws^d. by the l?t of December. State terms and address 0. H., Stsr cflice. novl7-4t* EEHTSKINS WANTED ' -The subscribers will pay the highest caRh prices for DEER 8KTNS, at their Buckskin Glove Manufactory, 103 High street. Georgetown, D. C novlfi tf RAMSBURG & EBERT. WANTED?A FARMER and GARDENEK. to v v ftctas foreman on a farm. ahoat two hours rid from the citv. To a competent man. steady em ployment will be given. Apply 5269 Pa. ave., be tween l^th and llth streets, south side, nov 17-nt ANTED-llF P A V VR8T~a.*? ~ U ARPENTERS sod 100 LABORERS. Apply to L W. EMM ART, n 15 (Chron, A Rep.l Superintendent M R. R. A MONTHLY NURSE.?American widow, 2>t years' experience, best references given, would ?ike a few engagements. Has no objections t? other kind of sickness, if not contagions Apptv fill December J. 519 H St., between 6th and 7th. nov lleotdeel WANTED?To let every lady in Washington v* know where to pet their FLUTING done, properly and promptly, without intury to color or fabric. 24.1 P?nn'a avenue, south side, between lith and 13th sts. nov 8-1m* WANTED?A BOTLER capable of driving a Vi horre power engine. Address Mr. BAKER. Star Office. nov2-tf W~HO WANTS TO BUY GOOD AND OHEAP CIGARS, call at No. 398. corner 7th and H st?. (nov 2 1m*) FREDERICK 8E1T7.. WANTED?Ladies who wish 8TAMPING, *? PINKING AND FLUTING done as it ?ueht to b?, go to the only practical hand in town. That is WW. PRINCE 381 F street, who has on hand 76.i,*'0 patterns for Embroidery and Braiding, and is weekly receiving from the designers new and beautiful patterns. Having the onlv machine in town to mske patterns, he is able to meet any op pe.tif'o*. Goods stamped while you wait. Lo<.k out ladies in whose bands yon give your goods. We are responsible for every article we stamp. dov 7 tf \\7 ANTED?SO.000 LADIES to call at the only >* STAMPING, FLUTING anl PINKING DEPOT in the District, and get their work done 381 F street is the place, and Ladies who do not wn'it their work PPOII.ed will go to no other so called s+smpiu* places. Wp are weekly in receipt of the VERY LATEST STYLES of patterns for Embroidery and Braiding, Stamped Goods, Braid 8ilk and Cotton for sale. oo 13 t.f ^ARPENT? RS WANTED. H'ndnvarltrf Department of Wn^hrmu n, 1 0*>n Chif.f QuarttrmnteT, 1 Nos. 534, 536, 503 l4tb street, near New York av , f Washiotoi Sept.2^. i Wanted Immediately, fifty good CARPENTKR8 to go to Point Lookout. Maryland. Wages $7i> per month and a ration. Each workman will bring his (<*r k it of tools. Trannportatinn will be furnished by the Government for the workmen and their tools from this city to Point Lookout JOHN A ELISON, Colont-1 and Chief Quartermaster, sep.l^-tf Department of Washington. WA N T E D?SECOND HAND FURNITURE Al?o. M1RBOR8, CARPBT8, BED8, BID DING, and HOUSKFU TtNlSHING GOO D8 of every description. R. BUCHLY, 406 7th street, leR-tf between G and H. east side. EDUCATIONAL. d GEORGETOWN FEMALE 8EMINARY-A "E BoardiDg and Day School, 151 West s'reet, Georgetown, D. C. The duties of this institution will tie resumed September Jth. Circulars may b>? had by addressing the principal nov 18 1m* M. J. HARROVER. PHONOGRAPHIC INSTITUTE AND 8CH00L OF COMMERCE AND MATHEMATICS, cor. 7th and E sts., opposite the Post Office. Day8ohool for Boys. $5 per month. No charge for Instrumental MuPic. Evening Classes from 4 to 9 p. m. oc29 1m* A I\I AR1N I S FASHIONABLE i'l DANCING ACADEMY PROF MARINI wishes to inform his nu merous friends ard the public in general, that his Second Quart-r will commence ou , THURSDAY. December 1st < Days asd Houksof Tcitiov ? For Ladies, Miss es ant Masters? 7 aesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 3 tr>5 p. m. 7or Gentlem'.n?Tuesdays Thnrs days ard Saturdays, frcm 8 to 1" p. m Private les Koas giTen at anytime desired. Fo r partif nlars please call at the Academy during school hours, or address by mail. nov 18 lm D n eW MUSIC BOOKS R LOWELL MASON S NEW MUSIC BOOKS FOR SCHOOLS are now ready; TIIE SONG GAR DEN , FIRST BOOR, Pric* 5<)cent?. THE SONG GARDEN, SECOND BOOK. Price 75 cents. Each coniplete in it>'-lf To lie followed by THE SONG GARDEN. THIRD BOOK. as soon as readv. MR WM. B. BRADKURY'S NEW BOOK FOR PINGING SCHOOLS AND CII0IB8; THE KEY NOTE, a new collection of Church Music. Price SI 80. No commendation seems necessary of new books by musical authors of such wide reputation, who^e prey ions works in these departments have be?n very muc bmore successful and popular than those of any othtr authors Specimen rop'ts by mail post-paid for the prices mimed. Published by nov 13 eo3t MASON BROTHERS. New York. ^ JOB O USE MOVING. Proposals will be received for moving House No. 1. at KeLdall Green, along Village street a few bundrel yards, to Lot No. 9, near tha rail road. Proposals will alBO be received for taking down Ea'd House and putting it ap again nn Lot No. <). Add'ee* A. KENDALL through the Washington Post Office. nov 17-1 w B OYS AND CHILDREN'S OVER COATS. DRESS and SCHOOL 8UITS fine and medium quality at low prices. We have just received a large assortment of Bovs and Children's Clething of the most desirable styles and qualities which we offer at the lowest prices WA LL, STEPHENS, A 00 , nov ll-2w if (Intel | 322 Pa av D ECORATED TOILET bETS. Onr importation of DECORATED TOILET SKTS exceed in finish and beauty of designs aoy goods of t?e kind ever brought to this city. We invite tb? public to inspect them, as well as our Stock of Housekeeping Articles generally. C\ W. BOTELER & SON, Importers of House-furnishing Goods, 31P Iron Hall. Pennsylvania avenue. nov 16-6t between 9th and 10th sts. II LLIK'S SAFES, the celeb ated CHILLED .J AND WROUGHT IRON FIRE AND BUR GLAR PROOFS, with COMBINATION LOCKS. Also^jBANK LOCKS, VAULT D00R8 AND General Southern agensy 47 west Lombard st Baltimore, Md. nov8-3m A. PROSEUS, General Agent. ^yM. KNABEACO., GOLD MEDAL PIANOS, The sole Agency of this celebrated PianoflflA is at No. 498 llth st. west, above Pa. av.,MI II1 where they can be hired or purchased at accomo dating terms. Second hand pianos beaght and taken in exchange lot new ones. oc 31 eod3m* Fr.O.F* OHENBACH J| N, SUR8TITUTM I! BUBBTITUTI81! AGENTS TOR THE QUOTA OF THE DISTRICT, Mo. ft 11 Ninth street west, near Pennsylvania??. MEN I MEN 1 MEN I Always ready to be mustered tor one or three fears, at the moat reasonable prices. We will do better than any other, AS WE ABE KNOWN AND RELIABLE. , H. B ?Runners and others in tht business most H. H. HILLBR, sep *1-2m Justice of the Peace. |7*0R BALE?A good BAGATELLE TA^LE. In <Mire at 474 7th street. Island. n?Tl7-3t* U. MILLER A CO., Mottles, at 671 SeventA street, urand, between ] acd F streets. ee H?lm* FOB RKNT Ai*D S*L.B CH)B RENT-Several BOOMS, fnmUHed erw T (nroiithed. g. E. ctrwr of l?h St. an d Maryland BT.. ll?lfc?d. ootl 6t FORRKNT-Sev-rai rCRNISHBD *OOM8.?*?t ?1>I* for houtke?iini,it3)6 Itk itrBet, b? twiM L and M, Kent id advance. bo 51 -2t A hahdsombly furnished parlor and t> re* welt FURNISHID BOOMS 11 let. at 4 #6 loth street, *Mt side, near Penn. a*. It l^OB BRNT-A handsome T FURNISH ID r FRO"-T ROOM. Inquire at 399 H street, between tfth ud 13th. mot II St* Ij^OK RENT?Korer fire d?iir?N? ROOMS, with or without Board. o?e nawii of tt e Capitol nod Baltimore D<<p?t. Inqaire No. 3-H North Capit-ol gt. noT 21-3t* F,OR SAl E?A i plendid stock of gentlemen's FURNISHING GOODS. The good will, *ey of the store and fiatureg will be ftven free of cbartr* to the purchaser. Terras moderate. Ap pl> at 4<*4 7tn st. ao 21-St* IVOR KENT ? Two thoroughly FUBN18HED * . ROOMS ? Parlor and Bed room, eommuni eating? io one of th? pleat antest locations in this city. Inquire at this office. References required. ?oy 21 3t* I^OK faLB?Three MULES, one young Mareand Paddle, two Beta of Harnegg and one Carr ate; and for rent, one basement ROOM, fo" barber ?hop. Apply at Pennsylvania House, 357 Oat., between and 6th gtg. no? tl-3t* HOUSE FOR BENT?No. 169 West etreet, be tween Congress and High streets. George town, D O.. containing 8 rooms and bageronnt kitchen, with cellar; al?o water and *a? Suitable for a private family. Inquire at WILLIAM GIB SON'S Steamed Oyster Saloon, 146 High street, three doors below West street. nov 21-fif VOR RBNT?Two unfurnished BOOMS- 2?i7 D a street, between 13th apd !3K sts. no 19-2t* H A STABLE TO LBT?Having three stalls and a carriage house. Enquire art 514 M st., 4th door east of loth gt. nov 19 3t* I^OK RE ST?FURNISHED HOUSE, with nine rooms; gas aod water. At 500 E street, be tween 2d and 3d. Possession immediately, n 19-5t* TWO PORTABLE HOUSES FOR SALK-Sut able for aoy small buKiaess. Inquire in the Stationery Store, No. 400 18th et. no Li 2t* WTORRFORRENT.No. 400 D street, between ^ 6th and 7th streets. Enquire on the premises, nov 19-3t* 17URNI8HED ROOM4 TO RBST.-A I*re, K, r nished Room will be rented to one or tw > geo tlemen. Inauire at 59:2 12th street, Island nov 19 3t^_ OUSE TOR RENT - Three-story FRAME HOUSE, with two-story back building, con taining nine rooms, newly painted and in perfect order, situated east of the Capitol. Immediate possession given. Inquire or 1' EDW OLAKK, Lumber Dealer, Navy Yard. no 19-3t* T PRIVATE SALE One DRUG STORE, Three HOUSES, Three LOTS. Five Farms. Inquire at 455 Massachusetts avenue, near 6th Btrert. nov 19 lm* I^OR HALE?A first clhss BAR and BE8TAU RANT, in a central location, now doing a good business together with the Furnitnre contained in lifteen rooms, and lease thereof. Business in ] another city clai ie the proprietor's immediate attention. Address ''X. Y. Z.,'' Star Office. aov i? at* I^OR RENT-A email, new FRAME HOUSE. ! r with a small quantity of new Farniture f?r sale. For further particulars inqaire at Star Of fice counter. nov is 3t* I/OR 8ALB-A small COT-AGE HOUSE, newly built, with fine lot Pri'e S1.3KJ. Apply tr> WILLI AM ROBERTSON. 10th street, betw-en I> and Q streets. nov 18-3t* DE8IRABLlT~FURNISHBD ROOMa-Two ele gant PARLORS, ard other furnished ROOMS. for rent at 493 E street, bet. 5th and 6th, fronting southward. no 18 3t* 170bHREN T- A large FBONT ROOM, on s-eond floor, furnished. Location, No. 337 19th st., between I and K, four er five doors from the Pro vost Marshal's. Would suit two gentlemen well, nov 18-6t" I70R RENT?The new four story BRICK HOUSE situated on Pennsylvania avenue. corner of 21st street, containing 14 rooms; also St>re45bv 65 feet Water and gas on the premis-s. Possession given Immediately. Inquireof J AMES McG RAN K, 1 7 9 Pa. a v. nov is-if t-'OKRENT. FURNISHED ROOMS. A suit? of Handsomely Furnished PARLORS and BED HOOMS, in one of the mostdesirable and pleasant situations in the city, and only on 1 min ut s walk of Willarca' Hotel and Penn'a av , K?, 457 13th Rt, west side. nov 13-12t* I7UR RENT?Three ROOMS, pleasantly situated, r corner 12th and M streets. Inquire on the premises, at the store of J AS. VYHlt'E. n 17-eo2t*' |70R 8ALE?Thft FUBNITURE and G'H) D WILL .T 1 f a large and well-furnished Boardine heusc ? ituated < n P street, two doors from 4>i, n'-?r the Arsenal gate. nov J7-6t* F'OR 8ALE-OY8TEU AND EATING~HOUS with all the fixtures to Cook and BteaviOyHteri. It is in a good location. The reason for gelling is we can't ayree in partnership. It is on Maryland av.. No.559, bet. 9tli and 10th sts. For particulars inquire on the premises. no 16 lw 1/ORSTlB-A KAHF. HARHAIN-91ZH only for STOCK FIXTURES and GOOD WILL <-f a RESTAURANT on the Island. Ill health of proprietor the only reason far selling Also, a Brick Ilo'.ise and Lot 25 by 130 feet, E street. Navy Yard, for $2 ihki. MITCHELL <fc SON, Real E3tate Brokers 8. E corner Pa. av. and 15th 8t. N. B. House for nnt and Furniture for sale, nov 16-f.t* F'^URNTSHED ROOMS?Also, front anl balk PARLOR?3*?0 E fctreet, be'.ween loth aad 11th. nov 15 6t* T^O RENT?Six ROOMS and a KITCHENTn new 1 brick house, situated on 7th street west, be tween New York avenue and L street. No. 316. It quire at the premise. nov l5-6t* F? UBNISHED-HOUSE FOR RENT"T0~A_ PKI vate family without small children. Apply at 419 13th street. n jv 14 2aw it' FURNISH ED ROOMS FOR RENT?for rentcom tortahle and well furnished ROOSId. at No. 4 50 12th street, berween G aDd U streets. Tfle loeation i8 one of the mosi aesirable in the city, no 14 lm I/OR SALE?A new three story brick HOUSE, I southwest corner of 2d and Market gts, George town. I>. C , containing 17 rooms, with all the latest improvement*, in perfect order. A Brick Stable. Ice House and all necessary outbuilding* attached. House 15 by 49, lot 8'? by 150. Price f35,it)0. Terms ?-asy. find possession when required. For further particulars apply on the premises. nov lt-Ibt* 1/ OH BEN T ? A A LARGE. FINE OFFICE. Suitable for a p-> master or any professional gen tleman; the most central location in Washington ? *27 4 F rtreet, near corner |3th, only two squares fr^m the Treasury and ^Sar Departments. Rent only 5'4?0 per annum, payable monthly in &1 T\To. SUITE or FINE ROOMS, adjoining the office, to a family without children; water, gas, itc. Possession given immediately. None but persons of tirst class respectability need apply, to Pt J, BELLEW ii CO . 510 7th st., three doors south of Odd Fellows' Hall. nov 9 tf 17OH RENT?Two ROOMS, on second floor, suit able for four gentlemen, and one on first floor. Inquire at 437 ath street, between G and H streets, west side. oc 29 0U8B8 AND LOTS FOB SALE-On H and G streets north, on Mane and Maryland ave nues, D and K south, and li street west, between M ard N Bouth. B. MI LB URN, H. 8. Jail, oc 24 1 m ' Furnished rooms to rent, without Bond, to gf ntleinen only-34 7 K street, near 13th. Inquire of Mrs. A. E. STEP HEN80N. au 31 - tf WOLKLEATHEB TRUNKS. LADIES' DRES8 TKL'SRS. PACKING TRUNKS, \ A LISE8, CARPET. LEATHER ?nd CAN VASS TRAVELING BAGS, c,, compri sing the most extensive variety of traveling re quisites, to be found in this city. WALL, STEPHENS 3c CO., nov ll-2wif 333 Penn a avenue. ORSES WANTED. ? I want to purchase a number of poor-conditioned YOUNG c\ M * ? u u in vera v * j/u< ? 1 ^???i v? t ? v v - - . B0R8ES and MARES, for parties North to winter. None wanted with marks on ef' any description. I am also purchasing Horses suitable for Gov ernment use, or putting in Horses to Government for a commission. Persons having Hordes to sell will, I think, find it to their advantage to call. dHARLE8 A. MURPHY. Agent. National Hotel 8tabl?s,6th street, and Willard's Hotel Stables. 14th stree nov 16 lm' 5s7GEORGE 8MITII, DRESSMAKER. Wishes to inform the ladies of Washington that she has removed from 454 13th street to 554 New Jersey avenue, a few doors south of the Capitol, where she hopes to see all her former customers, and as many new ones as will favor her with a call She is prepared to fulfil orders with neatness and dispatch. nov 12-6t* a&/ M. WILLIAN, ^ I M PORTER, 336 Pa. ave , Wash / >7, Cite Trevise iBgton, l>. 0. ( ) Paris. Is receiving new goods by almost every steamer, and has always a largt stock of the finest and most fashionable goods on hand. His siock is compased of Ladies' and Children's Cloaks, Ladicn Dndergar rnents. Lace Goods, a large and fine selestlon of Millinery Goods, as Bonnets, Hats, Flowers, Featheri. Silks. Crapes, Veivets, Ribbons. et?? Press and Cloak Trimmings, Velvet Ribbons. Netts. Fancy Combs, Perfumery, from the cele brated House Demarson.CheUlat & Co , Pari#. M. WILLIAN being the only merchant In this city who Imports goods, goes for selections him self to Europe, and has his agent residing in Pad*, who sends him Noaveaates as soon as they make their appearance, is therefore prepared to please the most fastidious tastes. nov 3-3mif 1/ 3. HEIBEBGEB, r. Successor to H F. Lomos Jfc Co. 5yv*? MttitptAi'an Houl, late Brown's, 363 Pennsylvania avenue, jov l tf Washington. D. 0. COAL. . GOAL. Juft received, a cargo of the celebrated Low berry (or Varbury) COAL, especially renomraeaded for open/grates or stoves. B H. FULLEB. *? "< ll-lw* Comer of 14th and B etreejg. H^ltL ABD'S LIFE AND CAMPAIGNS ?F GEN. Flowjrs, colored plates: Enooh Ard en, by Teeny U4M! TistsuWf&i. 1 AUCTION 8AL.?jv ,>r ***** AictUi Mm hi first Hl*>_ THIB ArtlHWlNm AWPTU-MOIHIOW gT J. 0. MoQUIBB fc_00.. Aavtioaaw* ~ TSnB#D OTK*ir ?-?VLUABL,t BROPBRTY 8TKirr?N0ETHWl#r' B*TW**N ? AMD C at^VHo^^thrT^*1?001*' !roT*mbM' "? 1M4. Liber J. A 8. no 75?fpUes?4et ee?., kn<i of the laod records far Washington county.i abhli Mil Lot *. is reefrratloa No. H. fronting It f*?t on ad street welt, betwe?n B atvd C it.-Mta north, ma ning back 160 feet to a 6 toot alley, with a wide Sblic all*? running the full depth of the lot oa eeont) side. The lot is improved with eereral small tenement*. Terms: One fourth in cs'b; the remainder ia .V f and 9 tnon'hs. with interest, secured byf a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances at M^eharer'a coat. OH AS MoN A Mil. Trastee. oc 21-2*wA-ds. J C. McttUIRB A CO.. Auets. e Y JAB. C. McGUIRE A 00., Anetioneera. THREE GOOD BUILDING LOTS ON SOUTH E STREET, BETWEEN 2D AND 3D STREETS 1. AST Oil FRIDAY APTERBOON, November 13. at 4S o'clock, on the premise*. we ah all eell, Lot No 3. ia Square No 7u?. fronting 66 feet finches, en south B st?eet between 2d and 3d street* out, and run ning back 1 >4 feet 3 inches. t? be aold entire or di vided into three Building Lota i> mar be deemed beet. Title perfect. Terms are ? One-balf cash: the remainder in six and twelve months, with interest, secured b> deed of trust on the premi?es nov 16-d J. C McGUIRE A CO.. Ao^ta t&~ THE ABOVE SALE 18 P08TP0NBD. IX consequence o' ine'em-nt weather, until MON DAY AFTERNOON, November 21*t. nm? hour and place. nov 19-d J. C. McGL'IRK A CO . Au< ts. B Y J AS. C. McGUIRB A CO.. Auctioneers. HANDSOME BRICK \ ILLA RESIDENCE. WITH LARGE AND BEACTIFTL GROrNDS, FINE BRICK. ^TABLING. CARRIAGE H0U8K. ICK HOUSE, Ac. On MONDAY A KTERNOON. November list, at 4 o'clock.on the premises. we shall sell that hand some residence and grou' da. formerly the proper ty of the late MaJ' r Ntoholson. U. 8 M C . being the whole of Square No. 765. aituated at the coroer of south 1 street and 2d street east, immediately east ef "Daddington '" The sreundscontain about two and a half acres of ground, handsomely en closed, and laid ont witn fine gravel drivtsand walks, and beautifully omamen'ed with choice shade treea and dowers The improvements are of the moat auperior kind, and consist of a fine large Brick Mansion, with large porticos on three aides, the whi le built and finished in the moat substantial manner, with fine Parlora. Dinin*: Room, Lib. ary. large and airv Chambers, Bath Room. ,Vc , Ac ; in addition, there is a very supe rior Brick Stable. Car-iage House. lee House. Scrvni.'s' Honse, Ac. The property command" a splendid view of the city. Potomac river, and sur rounding country, and ia in all respects a first class residence. Tainn: One third caah: the remainder in C and 12 nvnths, with intereat, secured by a deed of 'rust on 'l-e premises Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur chaser. Immediate pos-ession given. nov 15 d J C. McGOIRK A- CO.. Aucta. Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, No. f>2b 8eventh and D streets north. VERY EXTENSIVE SALE OF HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURN1TURB. GILT FRAME MIR RORS, Ac., AT AUCTION. On 1IE8DAY, the 22d instant, at 10 o'clock a m.,wenbail sell, at No* 24-"? and Peousyl. vania avenue, b-tween ?'h and 10th streets we?t, a large assortment of Furniture, consisting in P WrVi ut Sofa* Easy and 8ide Chairs Wnlnut Marble-top Tablea a1 d Washstand* Walnut Marble-top D essing and other Bureaus Walnut Washstand, Wardrobe, and Bedstt-Kds Feat her Beds. Pillows and Bolaters Hair, Husk, and other Mattresses Blankets and itter Beddiog Brussels, Three-ply, and Ingrain Carpets Cooking, Parlor, and other Stoves Chica Glass, and Crockery Ware Fine Gilt Frame ana other Mirrora With many other articles too numerous to mea tion. Terms cash. BOV 18 GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aue B B Y J. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. fcUPEIlIOR ROSEWOOD EN OCTAVE PI ANO FORTE, FURNITURE AND HOUSE HOLD EFFECTS AT PUBLIC BALE < ,n TUESDAY MORNING, the 22d inst . a* 10 o'clock, at residence. No. 17*2 f street, between IRth aud 19th ats., we shall sell the furniture and effects of a family declining housekeeping, com prising? Elegant Rosewood Case Seven Octave Piaao Forte Handsome suite of Rosewood Parlor Furniture, finished in Crimson Silk Damsrjt Rosewood Centre Tahle, Fancy Table5 Superior Plush and Tapestry Covered Arm Cbair* Pak and Walnut Cane 8eat Cha:ra Osk Hall Chairs. Hat Rack r.russells Carpets and Oil Cloth Rosewood Chamber Suite with Mirror Front Wardrobe Painted Cottape 8ui<es, Window Shades Hair and Husk Mattresses Bolsters and Pillows. Blankets and Comforts Crockery and Glass Wars, 8toves, Ac. TorniB cinh nov l*-d J. C. McGUIBE A CO., Aucta, B Y WM. L. WALL A CO , Auctioneers. Soath corner Ptnn. avenuo and 8th street. AUCTION SALE OF GROCERIES, LIQU0R3, AND TOtfACCO. On TUESDAY MORNING, 22d instant we will Bell in front of the Auction Roams, an assort ment of Groceries, con-isting of? Bat rel? of W biskey. octavt-s of Brat dy Ba*-kets of Champagne Cases Brandv, Whiskey, and Rhice Wine Cases Drake's, and Cognac and Stomach B.tiers Ciifiee. Candles, FHmily an-> Toilet Soap Kecs Mustard, Pepper. Ginger Ac. Dri*d Peaches, BacoD Hamr. aad hhoulders Bnrre's srd boxes Smoking Tobacco and Cigsrs Barrels G.assware. sVc. ALSO. A lot of Sutlers' Small Stores. 1LH0, Two Lastatelle Tables. AL^O. A lot of St-^ond-batd Furniture, Cooking a^d other Stoves. Ac. ... . nov 21 WM. L. WALL A CO.. AuctS. Y JAS C. MoGUIRB A CO., Auctioneers. B GOOD BRICK DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT ON NINTH STREET WEST, BETWEEN K AND L STREETS NORTH. On FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Nov. 25th. at 4'J o'clo' V, on the premises, we shall sell a desirable two-story and basement brick Dwelling House aad Lot. situated on the east side et !'th street west, be tween K and L streets north. with brick stable and tood alley in rear. This house is one of a block kr own as "'Donghty's Row " . Terms: One-tbird cash: the remainder ;n C, an 1 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. ^ r ., Conveyancing and star.ips at the cost ot tna J. c. McQUIRK A CO.. An>-ts. |^Y J. 0. MCGL'IRK A CO., Auctioneers TWO GOOD BUILDING LOTS ON TENTH STBEET. BETWEEN P STBEET AND BHODE OdVhUR* DA^yVfTERNOON November 24'h, at4 o'clock.on the premises we shall eeli two ue f-irable building 1 'ts on the west side ot 10th street west, between north P street and Rhode Is aud ftvfiiQ6 fronting each 20 f?Pt, nn<t ruQEiiiijf 1>eci 99 feet 9 inches,containing 1 fW5 feet Terms One-half cash, the remainder in .land 6 months; with Interest, secared by a deed of trust on the premises. , , Conveyaaces and stamps at the cost of the pur Cbn"T/d J. C. McGUlRE A CO., Auct's. BY W B L1WIS A CO.. Auctioneer*, No. 3<'7 Pennsylvania avenue. E\ ENING 8AI<ES AT AUCTION SATUBDAY EVENING, November 19. at 7 o'clock, we shall commence regular sales.through the season, of Dry goods. Clothing, Shirts Boots, Shoes, aid Books. Albums, Sibles. Paintings, Engravings. Cutlery. Plated Ware, Watah-js, Jew elry, Fancy Goods, A c, Ac 7 W B. LEWIS A CO., Aucta. Regular ?ales ?f Furniture, Groceries, Ae.. TI'ISDAY, THURSDAY, aad SATURDAY, at 9Vi o'cl?>ck. Cash advanced on all kinds of Goods. nov 16-lw W. B. LEWIS A CO., Auets. O. W, BOTXLXR. J NO. W. B0T1LEB G. W. BUTELER k SOW, IMPOBTBKS, k WHOLESALE A!fD RhTAlLlDEJtLERS IV CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY WARB, TABLE CUTLBBY, 8ILYBB-PLATKD WARE. BRITANNIA WARB, BLOCK TIN OOODb. TIN CHAMBER 81T8, GOAL OIL LAMPS JAPANNBD WAITBRS, DOOR MATTS, FBATHBR DU8TEB8. BRUSHES, WOOB WABB, AND H0U8MMPIKO ABTI0LB8 GBNBRALLY. H0UBB8. H0TBL8, AND 8TBAMBOAT8 FURNI8HBD AT 8H0RT NOTICE. Sie IRON BALL. PBNN8YLYAKIA AVBNUB, 17-eo?m__ hetweenfth and i>that* S H0TKL8 Aj|^ri)ing HOU8E8. Proprietors of the above establish ments are invited to examine oar CBOCKBBY,CHINA AND tyLASSWARE, M wo can farrnsh it in large or amall quantities of superior *nalitT. 9 r Tm embracing Descrip ions of Bnropeao aad American Gnus tor _ _ 1, Be* Coast, and Iron clad Warfcre, aud their Rifling Prcjaetiletand Breech-loadiag. Also, Experiments against Armor, whh ao Appendix on Gun Cotton, Hooped Gone, Ac., Ac. By Alexander nov 17 T'1 VouRwith^mytrat TATLO B. /\RDN ARCB AND ARMOR; U tions of Bnropeaa aad Naval ~ ~ ' AUCTION HALES. future oati. By BROOK KB * BELLBW, Auctioneer* No. o4<> sort* 7tk etreet, k*i.lu4 R. Beiee 1TRBT EVENING. comm?uei?g at ?% o'clock. of a general assortment o/ Off Oo?4t. Hofi^rr, Sokpi.Camtti tad Brushes, Parfaatary, fetattoaery, fine Gilt Album*. Pictures, Ac.. Aa, Out door aalee attended toon the ruott reason able terns. Consignment* re'pestfolly noiieitad. DOT w m BROOK EB A BBLLBw, An-U B Y OR*IN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. VALUABLE SALE OF IMPROTBD PROPIBTT ON ?TH ttRBAT. BETWEEN G AND U 8TBEET8 NORTH AT AUCTION On FRIDAY, the ISth instant, at 4H o'clock p. m.. we th-11 sell. in tront of the premii.es part Lot 24. in Square No. 454, with the improT?m?nt?, ooa sisting of * three story Brick House, with slata rl>0''nil |ti, c '?ntaini g eight ro?d rooms, known "'' 3<40. A flne ehaoo. tor a rood investment. r?,: Pne-half cuk; balance in three and si* ""Ifl i11}' note, bearing interact. A deed givea and deed of truit taken. Al! conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser. dot 16 td GREEN A. WILLIAMS AucU. K7~THS A BO V B 8 A LB IS POSTPONED, O* account of therein until TUESDAY, the 2)4 iast.. same hour aod place nor IP ORE FN A WILLI AM8. Aorta. |JY J. C. McGUlRB A OO , Auctioneers" POSTPONED CHANCERY SALB. Ry authority of a decree of the Supreme Court of this District passed in a cause relating t> the estate of the late G C fJramraer. Junior,twill aell op FRIDAY AFTERNOON, November l?th. at 4 o'cloik, on the artniiaw. Lot No.fi and Lot let tered G, in subdivision Square No. 164, fronting respectively cn north L street and Connecticut avenue Terms. a* prescribed by the decree Ona third cash; the residue at six and twelve month*, with interest, 'or whirh the purchaser's bond*, with surety, will be taken, and a lien reserved oa the pr- perty Miid. If the terras be not complied with within fire days from the day of (-ale. the Trustee reserve* the r'ght to re-(.ell, on seven daya' public notice, at the risk and coat of the purchaser failing to comply Stamps. deeds. Ac , at the cost of the purchaser. w ft TODD Trustee nov 15 d JAB C.McGUIRE A CO.. AucU. nr TI1K ABO\ F. SALE I"? postponed in consequence of inclement weather, until TUES DAY A PTERNOON, November CCd, same hoar and pla<*? W R TODD. Trust e. nov 19-d J. C McGCIRE A CO., AucU. B Y GREEN A M ILLIA MS. Auctioneers. B TRUSTEE'S SALE OF SE\ INTY Til RKK VAL l A t.LK BUILDING LOTS ON NORTH CAPI TOL, H AND I 8TRKK rS NORTH AND 1ST STREET EAST, IN TH E IMMEDIATE NEIGH BORHOOD OF ST ALOYSll'8 CHURCH AND TUB GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. On WEDNE8DAY AFTERNOON., the 30th inst., at 4 o'clock, on the premises, in virtue of a deed ot trust duly executed to me, and recorded in tho land records of this county, on the 3d day or August, 18*4, I shall sell Lot- No. 3i> to .V. on North Capitol street, between H and I streets north, each Lot being about, 2ti feet in front by li<0 feet in depth to an al ey Lots No. 2 to 30. on II street north, between Ni-ith Capitol and 1st street east. e?ch lot beiac JO feet in front by 114 feet in depth to a thirty feet alley, with out eta ' n II and I streeto. Lots No. 41* to 73 on I street north, between North Capitol and l?t street east, each lot being ?*> l'eet in tront by 114 feet In depth to a thirty-feet alley, with outlets on H and I str-ets: ard Lot* No. 78 to 8rt. and also Let No 1, on 1st street east, between II and I streets north. each lot being about 20 feet in front by liO feet in depth to an alley. These Lots are located in a most deMrable and rapidly improving part of the city, and ^r-seot an opportunity for a *afo and good investment. Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in ? and 1^ months, with interest, secured by a deed of truat on the premises. Cocvt i ances and stamps at the cost of the pur chaser. A payment of f25 oa each Lot will be required at the time of sale. Bhould the terms of sale not be complied with within fiv* dayf after the sale, the Trustee reeerreo the right to re sell the property, at the ri?k and expense of the defaulting purchaser, on one woek'a notice published in one of the daily papers in this City A THOS. SMITH, Trustee. i/ovtQd GREEN A WILLIAMS, Ancts. YTThBBN A WILLI A MS. Auctioneers. No. .V26, corner of 7th and D streets nerth. No ;< 14?Equity. Elliott and others versus Elliott and others. SAI.E OF YALT7ABLE REAL ESTATE IN TUB VICINITY OF i HE RAILROAD DEPOT. NOTlt'B.?By virtue of a decree of the Supremo Courtof the District ofCoIumbia fiitingin equity, passed in the above cause on the first day of No vember. 1864. I shall precoed to sell, on the prem ises, on MON DAY. the 2Sth instant, at half-pa^t ?4 o'clock p. m , all those piece* or parcels of ?rru'_d situated in the city of Washington,is said District, and known and designated on the ground p'an thereof: Lot 7. Square 633, fronting 51 feet on 1st street we*t. between B and C streets north, by a depth of 18" feet to a public alley 5> feet wide, with the im Srcvements, consisting of two two-atory Frame 'cuses, Ac Lot No 8, Square CM, fronting 61 feet on 1st street west, between B and C strents north, by a depth of 130 feet to a public al'ey 5T feet wide, witu the improvements, consisting of Frame Building This property i? situstei in one of the moat im proving parts of the city. Terms of sale, as prescribed by the deeree : One third of the pun'hag,* money to be paid in oa?h: the balance in two equal instalments of ail and twelve months. The deferred paymtntg to bear interest from the day of sale, to be eeccv*4 by notes of tte purchaser or purchasers, with eood and sufficient security, to be approved by the trustee. The purchaser has the right to pay the whole of the puichase money in < ash. If the terms of sale be not complied with withia five davs after the sale, the tr.istee reserves the rikht of reselling the said property at the risk and cost ?f the first purchaser. JOHN F SNNI8. Trustee. no 17 GREEN A WILLIAM8, Aucts. ?JY THOJ, DOWLINO. Auctioneer;Georgetown. CHANCERY SALE. Uy yirtce of a decee of the Supreme Court of tha Districtof Columoia made in the cause of My?ra. aijd ai.. vs Parttons, and a'., in equity, and dated N'orember4 I8<">4. I will ntTer at auction. on WED NESDAY, t he 3i'th of November, at 4 o'clock p. m . on the premises, the followit g Lots of ground in GfMgetown, v'7 Part of Lots No-. 93 and 94, in Beatty A Hawkins' Add ition to Georg'town. fronting about I6.S feet on High street, near First s'reet. improved by a two story Frame Building Immediately after the above? Part of Lot No. 9<i. in Threlkeld' Addition, at the corner of Second and Lingati streets, fronting about 6S fe*t on the former, and f>0 feet on the lat ter. improved by a plastered or stuccoed two storr House. Term of sale : One third of the purchase money to be paid in cash: and the residue in two eqnaJ insta'ments at. tjaod 12 months, with interest to bo secured by approved notes with a reserved lien, Tfce terms of t?ale must b* complied with in ono week after sale, or the property may be re-eold at ti e risk aiid cost of the purchaser alter one week '* n< tice. Conveyancirg and stamps at the purchaser* cost WALTERS COX.Trustee, nov 8-!jtaw3w [Intel.] TH08. DjW LING. Auct. J C. McGCIRB A CO.. Anctionoera. CHANCERY 8ALE OfTaLUABLB SOUARE OF GROUND ON # TH 8T WEST, BETWEEN v? ST. AND RHODE ISLAND AV. ?>r '.Be cupreme v;ourt <>i xne i^isxrici oi uoiam?i?. sitting as s Cou't of Equity,the latter decree da ted 25th of April, 1364. and rendered in a cai se. No. 733, wherein Elizabeth Brent is complainant, and Charles E B cnt and o hers defendants, the un dersigued a ill sell the whole of Square No. 420, excepi two lot* heretofore sold, subdivided into twenty five desirable Building Lots, fronti ug re spectively on 7th and 8th streets west, between street and Rhode Island avenue. Terms: One third caah; the remainder in 6 acd 12 months, with interest, secured to the ealiifac tion of thetruatee. or all ca?h. at the option of tAa purchaser. . .. . All conveyances and stamps at the expense of purchaier. } CARROLL BRENT, Tiueteo. nov ll-eod J. C McGUIRE A CO.. Ancta. |^Y J, 0. MoGUIRB _A^CO.. AucUoneore. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED PROPBRTY ON NCR * H N STREET, BETWEEN 4THAND 5TH STREETS By virtue of a ceed of trust from Michael Buna ban and wife beariBg dareon the 14th day of July, 1859. duly recorded in Liber J . A. SuNo. 179. Folios 1C3. et seq., to the snhscribersLTrusteoe of tka Phoenix Building Association of Washington oity, we shall eell, on the premises, on TUESDAY, tho 22d day of November, at 5 o'clock p. m.. part of Lot twenty one, (21 tin 8quare No. 613, beginniog for the sa:d part of lot at the northwest corner of said lot, and running thence east with the line of north N street, fifteen feet, thence south one hundred and eight feet eight and a half inches; thence west fifteen feet; thence north ooe hund-ed and eight feet eight and a half inches, improved by a small brick tenement. Terms: One-third of the purchase money e/^'h. the residue in two equal payments, at 6 a o mouths, with interest from the day of bale, sec- .4 by a deed of trust. Twent* dollars to bo pa'd down at the time or sale, and if the terms are no*- fully co c plied titt within five d*ys from day of sx'e the Trustees will resell the property. after five day* $ubt'],c no_c*' at the risk and expense of the def?alting pur C^Btamp?and con*#yanci?g at the cost of tb* purcaaser. .. .-,A ERA8MU8 i. MIDDlHON,/ TrMtW)i OILLIaRY 0. 8PALDING. t no 1-eodAds J. C. Mod PIKE A CO., Ancts. QIFI01-D*P0TM<g^MMI.N3ARY OF 80B Wa?hi*otom,D. 0.. Nov. 12 1M4 eovim.tallow. ve?ber2J, at II o'clock ?. m.,the following Government pr-perty, vix: 6 01*' Beef Hides (more or le?s) 1.2?j Sheep Pelts (more or less) pound* Tallow. Also, a lot of Neats foot Oil. Hornt, Empty Bar ^TerBscash in Government fonda. All purchases to be romorod within tea 4art af ter sal", 8. C. r~ no 14-7t Captain i QUI lthin tea 4ar> a iltt, g"i BCTLER TBNTB. ' _ T ^JIOOD Second-hand T< nts constantly on hand. Also, New Tents of any s?s? m?le ordejrhy BARNBd A iOlf, BARN Bd Sail Mak ?0 88 la* Bail Makers"