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LOCAL NEWS.
amusbmbnts TO-WIGHT
c?kover'? Thkatkr.?The grand (terman
opera company, secured by mr. drover at an
enormous expense, will appear to-night for tb*
6m time It embracw -ome of the best opeia
talent in the world. The company will pos
i^TV,V C!,C,i* ,n th,',# c,ly on Thursday evening,
so all will co well to engage seats in timj.
j,,K''* Thiatkr -To-night, the reappear
ance of Mies maggie Mitchell, who is engaged
for positively six nighuonly. She will appear
in the thrilling and beantifnl play of '? Fan
?ho?; tile ( ricket," supported hy Mr. h b.
i bjllips and a host of other excellent talent
Tins beautiful play needs no praise from us, as
it atands en its own merit*, especially with
Miss migeie Mitchell as ? Fanchon."
cantgriif bir Hall -The great comic sing.
' I ?,' :i*tor, has arrived, and will annear
at.i'i ^ *,-??>terbnry this evening. This week
will he introduced the serio-comic dram* <>c
??The Victim miss Lauro I^ Ulaire in her
great character of "Jane Chatterly," will exe
cute a br. ad cword combat with Josh Hart
Look otit for fnn this week. Mart.
< 'xkori. Hall?To-night, first time of jam^s
Ward in hi* great act of ? A Leap for I iYe "
aiid the second week of Miss a c .1!
land, the beantifnl and excellent vocalist1
orand Concert thir Evkninu?The flf.t
grand concert by the celebrated Black Swan
. 1 (ireenfleld, assisted by four of h-r
pnpils. will he given this evening at the nth
^it?:r;,rnhchurch as itt*tor '^
benefit of the church we advise ail to go.
inn Draft.?The drawing to fill the defi
ciency existing in the first, fourth, and twelfth
^lib-districts, was resumed this morning at the
Provost M rshal & office, corner l*-th and I
Streets, and was conducted by Capt. Putnam
and Lien 1. Knox The doors were thrown
open, and the drawing was public, bnt there
were cniy some four or five spectators preseut
kirot PITIt-DISTRICT.
at aboul half-past 10 o'clock the drawing of
the fitm Ward was commenced Trie dellcien
< v in this ward wa* 7h, to which w?3 added
lull per cent., making i.y? names to be drawn
which were taken from the wheel in the fol-'
lowing order:
,?h kth; w8-nith,l8th
and M at* thos f">r>l. cor l7thand k ^t>; l M*
? at. John sterling, 17th an ! k -st*- J
keeling, G ji*t and 22d; m Lunt. 339 j.sth ht
7*A^"tm SI' vl ijd "n 1 2? b *'>*? kdwarj;
indllmLK Wri# h t'*u9 88,^^,
vub Hill o an.! n ata; Wm Crump, li,; 1 ?t; j
m'li'ni, il '1 ' " ,{u'ld'd,{ 11 i- s\ b.-t nth
and 1' n , A Cunningham, 2.*?3 27th ->t; W M. *li..4n
J Neland i'.th at. hef. kt.,1 F; J G Filler Bat'
bet?d afcd Uth. VV l?Hin?. al,?y b?t H
J Hrown. 2lat at; Denis Brown, L at; i'n? f(nn*n '
21at an.1It. at.*; Joa i.,|er, T8 aith at; J W Smith'
1. tu and I stK, J as Evens. M and lptb sts H*m D?n'
mop J. -?d. tear Get. jo Beck, K stcorra? geo
Stein, Government baker): D McMahen, 'mess
h's'su^ii ^' i ,c|?' government harness shoo
ii JlerreJI. hi l^th *t: fred If rick. G st h?t rutk
n jr,?.to,lt- president's house ph riley
2l?^tj hn h i8"kp" at-tii,inry Griffith.
21?t ht. j<-hn llurk. m*m Jeremiah .sullivan
22d an'! Z3d l and I o. ., 8 8nei<leoapiner, ItiS I t>t*
1 gales IIotel; Chas Carter, Kiles j
corral. r Thomas. B st; J i! Troop. i'vh gt stables
-th1:, d^.ts-j1 lr' V1 ? ?; John ci ark son|
n . 'dl 2l,t "t? bpt l *ofl m
wm Compton. 2"th at; (ieo Tinner, h k st
Cbaa Hatier. 24th ar.d N sts; JniCronin k m
8 Kin* p* av. het ?'.*,th an'l 2ith M weiz^l mr
2S'land ii ats, u Rhodes, n and 2'?t ats- n r?v Z
19th st. bet 1 all,i k. jot n r ? F t b. m
Cttb An* App esfl! 71 M !t.: V 88tinb^f?a?t
bft 241h find 2.5th\ jc b 1 w&rd t. 11 wm n ' ??
cor 1mb and N at! ? Scott! ii ?t n?r p^;" m
Tnrlew.|8th and G stv J Hanson, 18th and ?> sts
peter btrtenstein H st; J wvne'r ,|,h&.nnl
m ! houm; J F ?rd,l!>tli and d s's r
Maxley. K ^t, b*t 2 th and 21st; J A Collin* ril-v^
Corral L 17th and L 8 Hrown' i
V*t: j Farjel er. G at, Geo Ommer. ' iv"!
hob in poo 2wt; wdi T Vernon
Mesa House: c ho'lUs iu hct-jav Bam"
av, JohniReed 3i?tst.G?o Douer, 2."!? 2lat st-rt?
i st D Roody, 24th and i sts; j Brook
? ?. W D?nelaon, 24th at: T D Neelan i 2 d .vi
G ft W f Dndny I7.? j2.1 at M Ilia'rek.t ?. u
Hilli.m,,2'st st, John ue-hen-l,er ' 17th ?t'-'tf h
Abherta. uth and V at; Joel Wilmol- W if.h
lath and 1 at; H Wilmout. m. ?a houve^ n h, T'
imndw'irJ'???*?" w"
i? m u n ? c * th and B; J Collom lftth
? ^ clir k a,?,, 1,>th ?ts- h dtokea corner
Jlst and M rt?. p^t^rkenher.cor^lthiirki r at??
pat Lakey, 2 >tb and k, John pc??tt f st ? arch r!'
lers. Iiith -t. bet N and (>. Chaa Marker m?i.
Mou|"it;? '* V av ? h?d"conif>, 135 (} it- t
m.dney, <ras houfe; f Sherwood. ?;th at a
y ci?r Iflth wd n ?t?; aoc Menhanefl, lir, Paav*
<- Burner, l-th and n ~tg;j hurk j ht b#,t l/l* av/
2Mh; SamJI<>*k?. 17th and K sts; D sieide^ k ?t
cjtra . J k Siroap, binder's linildin^- w hrnftl-.
Robert Brown 16'hatreet. corner of o a' John
u*iu-nqi'" *ri J ^ ^'m,"on'ls corner Hth and n
VV ?, Sharp. Government shop; w,n Nash, is'. H ft:
3 ?vcaver. N at. bet lyth an i 2nth? J c snvdektr'
yral. ijj at. Goddy Lowe, corner 'lsth and N st*'
J Ja^kaon. be' 2'th and 21?t at pat ?
s?f"h<;a.e r G Movey. cor "th m.jmm/a'r
k ijehij,> cor 21st and k J a Linn, L ?t' j v
lltena, 111 Pa ave; N Uerude, Generai Uoa'nitm.1
Corral, A C,off, tn.-fs house k Paine I ?f f
mcv*;\ vn pvhn1er g atf Aug
wcl?f 1.4- i N V ave: h A Brown, J7th wm Cm.rZ
ners, 4j'? 2 th st; W S (lolliday.313 17th at- b Buck
r Inrt'll /"'iiV'; K Br"nt-.h,ft 2th and
G and H ats, ii Tait. nnr 17th and Lata: M Karmt
2ist st. bet b *nd F.John Thompson, .141 M stO
Rewards 379 2- that; ileo Wilson. 2? 2nth it" j'aa
Harris I at, between Mth and 23th aU; John Dick
erson; Tbos Macloakey, 1 st.
Among the locky ones in this ward was Mr
s. P. Hanecom, editor of the Republican.
fnrr.th hth-dirtrict.
The Fourth Ward was next drawn. The
deficiency in this ward was in, and SO men
were drawn, as follows :
Jobr Dopel. n v av; A Faulkner. 3kj fi'h at- da
vid >"nn. Raihroac Pnrk. L Childa. , Lewis
Roth. Kendall Green Fark; J G Canady. Metro
f/'litan Hotel. John P?rrv, 0 Bell,s7'?>;th ht;
1 at de?non bet m and N, J W Hell, 415 Mas, av;
fi "n Green Park; w Northheck.
M.asav; W Duvall. 1st at, be'. K and n J av: J
? klhtkey. c4' L at; J Hrown. Kendall Green Park
t" Wormeut, Mo av: wm Linton C at and Laav'
M ludiker.ix hth st; Capt Rock well, to Mo ay
V- -?Lt"?,^c s- k C D'irrl- r,v 11 -v. w Str.-tfker,
r6*!h !;t; ?- ttarr'1lh,; ^1X* a?^ 0 '* air?s' ^c?:
b Flood, 1. Hog Alley; Geo Fifzh.igh. K st J w
?hi. iijh. ma.? av and 5th st; F ph,i-ter,:w9 5th st;
2 Bv i47 '* ay; ii Gran', Metropolitan
Barber Shop Thos Fadnin*. SO Paav; k F Fos
ter Mooita Iloute; Patrick Brid^ely. Jackson
.. t: j ? wtth street, between h and I
streets ii e Burr, corner .14 and F streets;
q m Hospital.; Thos Broots. 5J, g
v \P v n F?y?i^ Gr#-efjtre?. 465 p*i av:
n McNull. ha.lroid Park, jn . M Nauley. 1st -.t B
k. rn, mt. Pa a? D Don..hue. .V.1 C ;-t; n Bla'ir,
Kendall f.reen Par*; R Muir, n J av; T h!a"k
Kendall Green Park T Murphy. 4j Missouri at'. J
l-arnes. 'd and K ?ts;J Murphy, bet 4lj and .;th
?1?' /w st. H M.iore, Metropolitan Ho
tel J m*rks. >n .'vi st; G Driver 4l2 and Canal; k
Downing, f at; ?e.. Oliver, o ^nd Riilr ad; J
Btnart. ii at. o C kitchen, tiovt Printing office. W
J k^iler. Nafonal ll.itel, C bowea. 43? (? st, A wal
nr-r.k, jo1"! West. Bates' Alley
Den Dovle. Onartermt^t?r Hoapital. A P ShHri 3o
4* at; Tbos ?nny. Kendall Gre?n Park F \i Teal I
<h4 K at: B Mattis cor 7th st an4 La v. wm Kep
?rn^V. ?F7L,^ M * ???!>
? 5-vi, ?IDt'ikv a4t; j doaelly. sd at and Pa av; J
f u linen, P. v av and 4th at: B Smith, t >7 4th st;
cl /it t, 1 w j 1 k w?1,,n,n. ^17 4th D
ru I \i ?/' i v i r'ebardson, 4th st h
Metropolitan Hotel; John Ilaveycutter, 4iu
mr. O. K. Harris, one of the reporters of the
Republican, drew a prize in thU ward.
twklhth ritb-DISTRICT.
The twelfth tub district was then drawn.
Deficiency,33; number drawn, g6, as follows
\,br*sl?S?}j Gieaboro, R Jackson. rekimental
stab.es. m Fitxgerald. Uieshwro; B Gro*an.do
James Smith. r< ad near ra? e course, Jos i'nr.-ell.
h*?TPifb,p'i'rv 0 Moulden, works for J
w Smith, P III,ray. Stevenson'a department. W
il Hajrock Bellew a corral; B 8pence, Gieaboro;
tt ?h?l)r s t,l"?pf?d.de; Bd Barton, do.
t , f .il-' georg" Jackson. Camp Haskina; W
Goodrich. i niontown; J W Miller. Uniontown
Uenrv juniper Gieaboro; Wm o Hara. Gieaboro;
B Gibbons Bellew a Corrall, P Catdn.-r Stock
) ard . Lem Dull, Giesboro; A Tacker, do W Gol
den. regiment .tablea L Kailey Gieaboro; M Rrd
linr, do, k Lynch, do; A my-rs. do: Campbell
Ioaane Asylum. k Day. Giesboro', B Far, do; K
Patterson, River Road; R Luckett, Good Hope
Boad. C l ow. Giesb. ro,8 Lambert, do; H Carson.
2<*:, Ooagrove do; G W Johns m. Glen'x.ro; D
Bh^han, pa':)p itn*kinn: A Carrot, Gienboro:
j Currv. Oeiiboro; Pat Conn, do: Chat 8etein#
il' J BiddU.do; J Brnith. Green's
j/.b g Newkirk Geiaboro; L Taylor, fnioatown;
*.yj,>n,'-rlterro*',; jk' w^it'cae. Geiaboro: it
Kr , UDtout#,n: w OroM. Jarl.oe a farm J
ig'eiboro; Pat Riley, Camp lla^kln; 1 Bris
hy Ge,.b? o, M Wall, do; W Sheen, oamb b'one
h?k'in4,w ? ?p*rhelw; '? K Tayler, Camp
' u,w jit Young s farm; Geo Hansnn.
j-amp Btoneman; ChaaGro"g. Pierion's gang, T
wcgee, Geiaboro.
colrmbia Typographical socibty.?At a
stated meeting of thia society held ou Saturday
evening, the following persona were electe.l
officer!, for the ensuing year j. o. (J. Whaley,
Freaident; Geo. a R. McNeir, Vice President;
samuel McF.Iwee, jr., Financial Secretary; e.
MacMurry, Recording Secretary; and Michael
Caton. Treasurer.
Oeo. S. flldeon, Esq., tendered, as a present
to the aociety, through one of its members, the
imposing et?ue (now In his office) upon whieh
waa imposed the first call lor a meeting of this
aociety. fifty, years since, -?nd on motion the
presen* was accepted, and will be appropri
prln'ely inscribed and placed in the room of the
society.
It is the intention of the society to celebrate
their fiftieth anniversary hy a snpuer, to be
given ou the lTih of January next.
robrebt ?On Saturday evening, about six
o'clock, some tbief entered the dwelling of Mr
eli.-ha Faulkner, on Seventh street, near the
Northern Market, by the front door, and after
coinr i>p stairs to a room ou the second floor,
broke open a bureau drawer, and stole there,
from between and In specie, filo in
notes, ai d a number of emnll articles, of but
little value, however. The thief wf? seen to
cone ont of 'he hoti-e, and detertiveg are apon
his ttaclr. with a fair prospect of captaring
him.
Sukridak Hat, so iuach worn in the north>
ern cities, o? band at a;4 Pennsylvania avenue,
near corner 13th eireet?Stineoietz'*. d 3-3t
RBLJOK>r8.?Id the morning. at Wesley
Chapel yesterday, (Rev. Dr. Nadal, pastor,)
tile R?"t. E. P. Phelps, the Presiding Elder of
tin Washington District, preached a sermon
appropriate to tbe occasion, from Hebrews, 7th
chapter, ?th v?r?e -.?"Wherefore He 1* able to
save them to the uttermost that come unto Q-od
by Him, seeing He ever liveth to mike inter
cession for them."
Upon the conclnsion of Rev. Mr. Phelp's
remarks, one hundred and thirty persons, in
cliiding those who some six months ago with
drew their membership from MeK>ndree
Chapel and attached themselves to this station
as probationers, were admitted to mil mem
bership. The members of ttie church and those
of other denominations present then partook
of the Lord's Supper.
At the same church, In the evening, the pastor
(Rev. Dr. Nadal) delivered an interesting and
feeling discourse, intended especially for t.ie
young men, taking forhistextthe 119th Psalm,
9th verse:?"Wherefore shall a young man
cleanse bis way, by taking heed thereto accord
ing to thy word."
Ravi Cask in Alexandria.?The case of
John Merritt, charged with having committed
a rape on the person of Elizabeth Karris, in
Alexandria, some time since, was concluded
on Wednesday and the case given to the jury,
which soon returned into court and announced
that they could not agree upon a verdict. The
jury were discharged and a new trial ordered
for the May term.
Mkpsrp. Eaton and Thompson, having
bought the Gosling Restanraut, and having
refurnished and refitted it, beg to announce to
the public that they will reopen it to-night
under the name of ? The Homestead," where
they will be pleaeed to see their friends and
any one willing to give them a call. * J
Ikfakt Orphan Asylum Fair.?This en
tertainment winch has been so long in prepara
tion opens to->.ight, corner of :Wd street and
Penn'a avenue As the winter is upon us.
and these iittle ones are dependant upon our
charities we hope it will be well attended. *
The lovers of fine oysters shauld not fail to
call at T. M. Harvey's"Steamed Oyster saloon
No. 2*1 C street, bet. Kith and 11th streets. He
has just received another schooner load of
these fine Rappahannock river oysters, which
exceed anything in both size and flavor which
have ever before been in Washington. *
Rich, elegant Hudson Hay and Mink Sable
Furs, fresh supply, at Stinemetz's, 234 Penn
sylvania avenue. de 3-3t
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Wuki yoo prhi. a Cocua or broncial affection
creeping on the lungs, take Tver's Cherry Perioral,
and cure it before it becomes incurable, de 1-lw
Sprcial Noticb.?The old ?nd well established
firm of Weisenfeld A. Co., Odeon Hall, corner of
street and Pennsylvania avenue, invite the es
pecial attention of the citiiens and strangers of
Washington to their superb assortment of Clo
thing, comprising every style of garment, cut by
the mrst celebrated modistes. We are selling
goods at the very lowest marg ns; and as we have
always had ?nr goods marte equal to custom work,
we hope the public will favor us with a call. an<l
we will guarantee everyarticle ?s reommended.
We invite attention to our very large stock of Fur
nishing Goods, comprising ?vry article neces
sary to furnish the most complete outfit in this
city, and at prices that d?*fv competition.
Wkibkifbld A. Co.,
ncv23 2w corner 4>t street and Penna. av.
Fall ahd Wirtrr Clhthiso.
New styles Superb Stock of Overcoats, Dress,
Frock, and Walking Coats, Pantaloons. Vests,
and Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Ao Ac.
We are now prepared to exhibit our stuck of Men's
and Boys' Ready made Clothing, which, for ele
gance of ttyle. variety and excellence of fabric and
taitb'uh t itof manufacture, has not been sur
pareed by any stock heretofore offered in this
market
Tnose in search ef Clothing for Gentlemen's and
Youths'wear are invited to call and examine our
stock. We can say with assurance they will find
the right article on the most reasonable terras.
Also, an extensive assortment of Gentlemen's
Furnishing Goods, comprising everything neces
sary for a complete outfit.
NOAH WALKER A CO.. 36M Pa. ar ,
oc 10 8m* Metropolitan Hotel Building.
Brcrbt Dibbasbs.
ttmmmrumn't G\ft is the most certain, aafe and
effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable rem
edy ever discovered. Cures tn two to four days,
and recent cases in twenty-four hours No m neral
no balsam, no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken.
It is the soldier's hope, and a friend to those who
do not want to be exposed. Male packages, 92;
female, $3.
Samaritan's Root and Htrb Juiets?A positive and
rsrmanentcure for 8y philis.ScrofuIa, Ulcers, 8ores
pots,Tetters. Ac. Price 91, or six bottles for 95
Bold by 8. 0. Ford. See advertisement. ml
Nbbyoob Debility, Sbmibal Wbakebbs. etc..
Can Bt Curtd by one who has really oured himself
and hundreds of others, and will tell yon nothing
but the truth. Address, witn stamp.
Iowaid H. Tiatii.
mar 1 DA W ly Look Box. Boston. UwM,
Warbabtbd YOOuaa is Bix Datb.-Dr. Godfrey'
Antidote, an English Specific of sixty-five years
standing, will cure Honorrhaa in six days. No
change of diet required. Price 91 per bottle. Bold
by B. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue,
Washington, and Henry Cook, exandrl*. la 6 ly
DB. Dufobt'b Sugar-coated Female Regulating
Pills are the vtry hist t* ?.<?. They operate svtidily
and ijfettreily. and being rutar-ioattd create no
nausea upon the most delicate stomach. A trial oi
these Pills will prove their ruptricrity ovtr all
others. Price $1 a box. Bold by 8. 0 Ford, corner
11th street and Pa. avenue.Washington,and Henry
Oook, Alexandria Iftft-ly
DlBRABBB OF TUB nbrvocs, Brmieal, Urivaby
A5d Skxcal gyTRMB? new and reliable treatment
?in Reports ot the Howard Association?8ent by
mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge.
Address D. J. Bkillin Houghton, Howard Asso
ciation, No. 3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia,
Pa. JeJOGm
Colgate's Bobby boap.
This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal
demand, is made from the choicest materials, is
mild and emollient in its nature fragrantly scent
?d, and extremely beneficial in its action upon the
akin For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Gooda
Dealers. Jaifi-eoly
MARRIED,
On the 17th of November, at 8t. Dominick's
Church, by the Rev. l ather Young. HENRY AT
KINSON of Baltimore, to Miss SARAH E. SAV
AGI of Prince George's county, Md. *
I Marlboro' Gazette copy.]
On the 1st inst.. at tbe E street Baptist Church,
by the Rev. K H GraY, Dr. JAMES R. REILY,
to ALICE M. PYWIILL, both of this city.
1 Alin IWWt PLASTERING LATIIS just re
1 .IHHJ.UUU ceived and for sale?Wholesale
and Retail l.y JOHN O. EVANS A CO ,
dec 3 lw* 4/t street, bet. H and I, Island.
OTATOES'
POTATOES!
2.00o bushels of prime Jackson White Potatoes,
suitable for familv use. Just arrived per schooner
Sarah, and for Bale from vessel, by
PKTKR BERRY,
d 3 3t* Wfl Water st., Georgetown.
| ^ AS STOVES?GAS STOVES.
Tbe best and mosteconomi al G AS IIEAT
INGf'TOVES ever in the market, just re
ceived by R C. JOHNSON A CO.,
Successors to J . L. Savage.
Pennsylvania avenue, between
dec 3 2w 9ta and loth streets
CLARIFIED CIDER!
/ CLARIFIED CIDER'
Now landing from bark Laconia, twenty-six
Sipes prime CLARIFIED CIDER, direct Irom
Iassachu?ett8. For tale in quantities to suit pur
chasers, by RILEY A. 8HINN,
Tnion Bottling Depot,
d 3-lw [Cbron.] S7 Greene st., Georgetown.
M
AGNIFICENT CLOAKS.
At 504 Ninth street, two doors from
Pennsylvania avenue.
The latest styles, the greatest variety, the
largest stock in tbe city.
We offer the ladies of Washington all the alvan
tagesof a first-class house,and stock notsurpassed
by any other establishment in the country.
OPERA CLOAKS
in the greatest variety of colors and trimmiags.
Call and examine our stock, at
JOSEPH BICKERTON A CO.'8,
504 Ninth street,
twe doors from Pa. ave., and
dec 3-3t* 1?3 Hal tin:ore st., Baltimore, M l.
I0RBJ8! HOR8E8I HORSES!
Qtartrrmastrr Gbrbral'b OPPICB, /
IS
H'
Fibhy'Dit 1610*. * *?t.iBOTOB, Dec. 1, lSd'l.
HORSES .uitable for C&valry and Artillery ser
vice, will be purchased atGiesaoro Depot, in open
market, till DECEMBERS! 1*4.
Borses will be delivered to Captain L. Lowry
Moore A. Q M., and be sublected to the usual
Government inspection before being accepted.
Price of Cavalry Horses $175 each.
Price of Artillery Horses (180 eacn.
Payment will be made for six (6/ and more.
JAMBS A EKIN,
Colonel in charge First Division,
d. ci-27t Quartermaster General's Office,
INE8 AND LIVJCORB.
We bsve now on hand a full supply of Cali
forsia Wines anl Brandy, in bottles and on
draught; also, fine Old Rye and Bourbon Whis
kis Irish and Beotck Whiskys, Htoughton, ifom
tettsr's and Drake's Bitters, New England and
Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin, Pure Spirits, London
Porter. Ale, and Brown Stout
For sale by EGANAPERRIE.
t oy 29 6t Corner E and 9th sts.
SHAKE, SHAKE, SHAKE no longer, but pro
cure at MOORB'S Drug Store 113 Penn'a ave
west, a bottle of biB INFALLIBLE AGU1 CORE
Hate yon a cough ? Get a bottle of his TAR AND
WILD CHEEKY, oe 16-Jw
w
WANTS.
alope, on the
face side, will be complied with at th>> usual pre
Said rate of postage, payable when the letter is
elivered to toe writer.
LADIES' LIST.
Adams Miss 8 B Moiand Mrs Snsan
Adamson Mrs Matgan Miss N
Adams Mr* Lizzie Mathegg Mrs
Ager Mrs Eliza Miller Mrs Mattio
Arnstug Mrs C Malney Mi*s M
Butler Mrs Sarah Mitchell Mrs Margaret
Bell Miss Martna 2 Mangsn Miss M
Blincoe Mrs M J Maruen Miss F A
Butler Miss Mary Maley Mrs B
Brook Mrs Fannie McKicley Miss A
Brooks Eaeiine Nasn Mrs Arabella
Brown Mrs D LI Nonmoyle Mrs JCllen
Ooibert Mrs A Quails Miss Winney
Cruser Miss Julia Konsha* MriT
Crusbev Miss Julia Rass Miss Salley
Clark Mis* Jane Riddle Mrs Mary
Call Mrs Neltar Boss Sirs Margaret
Clemens Mis* Annie Reynolds Miss Rather
Davis Mrs C M Ronoyls Miss Edith
Eu>.tis Mrs H W Rusten Miss Amey
Elmore Carrie L Roby Mrs Annier
Fowler Miss S E Sirams Miss Ellen
Green Miss R Sitchett Mary J
(Joins Mn Merier Btone Mrs Ellen
Games Mis* Mary Short Mrs Eliza
Golden Mrs Harriet Bcott Mrs Jenny
Harmon Mrs Philip Smallie Miss Mary
Ilill Mrs Mary Sumner Miss
UaCHrty Mrs Stone Mrs Sariui
Hatten Miss Frances Taylor Miss Louise R 2
Holems Elizabeth-2 Thomas MrB Margaret E
Hoyt Mrs Kmmi T Whalon MrsCornelia
Johnson Mrs Elen Wilkes Mrs Bertha K
Jacks< n Miss Faster Williams Mrs E J
Jervis Mis A J 2 Williams Mils Elizabeth
Kern Mrs E V Wetzel Miss Margaiet
Kelley Mrs Kate Walker Mrs Luuinda
Keelor Mrs Adil Waters Mrs
Latuou Mr Susan Williams Miss Mary
Lee Mrs Sarah Walker M&dsme R
Lee Mr* Rebecca Woodward Mrs Dr Chas C
Lewis Misa Maria Terby Miss Fannie R
Lewis Mrs Minor Ziegler Miss Tillie M
Luckett Mies C
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Aver Chas R Foster Joseph McCorrison
Bartholomew A Fish Capt Uriah Amos
Bohrer Henj F Fitcheett Capt Morgan Thos
Brown Chas B 8 W-2 Neil Solomon
Bowler Georgt Foy Jn > 3 Nieholso L L
BurroughGeoW Frizz?lHemmingNailor Washg'u
Bennett J E W Flood Dr Jno M OldfleldA BroJnO
Buzey Jno H Gellette M Wei- Pushard Warren
Brown Jm>Tho8 lington Pomtroy Waltr B
Bunk Jno W Green Elizabeth Perry Rev RL
Brower Petber GalpioJostah Pollard John
Belt 8 Sprigg Iline Capt Geo Plucker Jas t>
Brewster Snas Howard Jar 2 Putin an J W
Bacon Wm T Hoshall J W Pettit Jno ()
BerbeCaptWar Hebron Jerry P Pease Isr?el L
ren L llogao Martin Phillips Clift* n
Borker Wm Ila'sett Wm T Redmond Putjlt
Knwmiifi Win L llopkits Wm II Ransom J?g
Buike Wm 8 Horner llisha F Ranch> 1 Chan
Baity Michael IlutdC L 2 Sweeney Wm
Christy Capt Hickey Cha'H NparrowW.nD
Wm H llanly Alfred L Sicafoss Wm
Clark Wm H Jessu pWCIinton Snoden Kiehd
Carney Wm Jones TimothyF Splene Patrick
Carolan T E Inman Capt SmalteyOsborD 8
Carey Thos Michael 2 SteavensMor??n
Chase Oliver 8 Johnson Lewis Swift Michtel
OoxOlivr Jackson Jos W Smith Oustvus A
ConantMarshall Rennedy Wm Smith Geo
ClovsomJerome KinneyThns jr-j 8evmonr K W
Cachroen T Kelley 8i as A SeifertChas
Cracker J?s Keith Prof Rui l Todd Kobt S
(.Vk Jno J Kavanangh TheckerJas
Call Geo B Peter 2 TkoyerEiwB
Clarke Geo 0 Kesaler B Warren Tobias
Casey L>auJ 1 Lyon* Jno Walty 8aml
Dorsey Wm Liberty Jno Williams Ro >ert
Donaldson Wm Lyon Capt A C White Mr
Dawson CaptT B Mc -'ain J*s Wagner Jno
Dorsey Worth'n MiUtead Wm Walters J A
DufTey TVrrence Morgan Robt
DenyRIchd Malley Patrick Williams Capt
Dockweiler M McDonald Pat Jno II
Davis JnoT tereon B White Gait
Dodge F G ??ertX.^?? , ^ kite Capt
Doucbton Da- McfiilJ Idmund Wo'tz Oo vafl
rit* D , MnNnrfcany F 8 Woodall Aader
Dingier Curtis McMaboc Dennis gon
Darlica Cha* W McKnew Berie
Mi?OILL*!?*ocs.-Mis*8. E R
" HENRY ADDIBON. P. M.
\V7 AN TED?Two goed It ARBKR6 ,; romedi^taiy,
vv ?t L'EMONGEOT'S Huuiin Hair St re, cor
per of D and loth sts. d S-3t*
WANT8D- A RTINNER to solicit~alvertise
mants. Inquire at 306 Pa. aveuue, between
>th ai.d U)th sts. It*
\\ ?By a respectable womau, a 8 ITUA
vv TION in a small family aa cook. Apply at
No. frO, cor. 23d and G sts. It*
W ANTED?In a private family. t<r? GERMAN
*v GIBL8. Good wages paid. and hare a chaaoe
to go out West. Inquire at 351 5th street, corner
of H. It*
\\f ANTED?By a gentleman and his wife, ?ith
*v i.ut I iinily, two FURNIsH Ei> ROOMS, suit
able fer housekeeping. Address B<_>\ 1,1 Post
Office de 5 '2t*
WANTED?At the American Telegraph 0*ce
** 43*2 Pennsylvania avenue. FIVE ME8SIN*
GER BOYS, must come well recmiiueuddd.
dec S-3t*
\\! ANTbD?Bya re^peoiable middle aged woman
"V a elTUATION ss tiurse and chambermaid or
pl? in sewing. Inquire corner 11th and X streets.
d.c5-2t*
VI'ANTED?By a respectable man. a BITUA
*v TION a? baker. He understands the Or-ad,
pie. cake and cracker baking in ali its branches
thori'iighly. Address "A. M. H.,"i Star Office.
A?3y
\\l ANTED?By n younir girl, who is a first rate
vv c.perstor on Wheeler A Wilson's sewias ma
chine, a SITUATION to Sbw and assist in light
housewoik. Wages not so much an object as a
permanent borne. Address Box No. 1 Star Office.
It*
C^COK W ANTED?A tir t c'ufs white COOK who
J is neat &l on', ber w<?rH and will assr:t in wa-h
ing and irorinK will receive enod b> aiipli?
cation at I's.'t G st .first house above l(th. Refer
ence required. dec 5 J"
IV ANTKD-A young MAN.of steady habits, as
v f clerk in h s;rccery store. One having some
k now? Idae of the business, mufct come well racom
rnenltd. Enquire at the corner of Eajt Capitol
and 3d etreet, Capitol Hill. Knqnire between the
lionr* of two and eight o'o'ock p. m. dec 5-4t*
\a/ANT?l)-A PURCHASER for one~of the best
' ' paying R<-staurants in the city. Apply at
the Ptar Office. d 3t"
WJ ANTED 1MMEDIATELY?1 on HORSKS^Td
T? OAHT3 Apply L W. EMM ART. Superin
ten ant M. R. R. dec 3
PERFECT CONFECTIONER AND CAKE
BAKER wiobes to fin 1 EMPLOYMENT In
quire at 44 1 7th street. d3 3t*
\\" ANTED A WHITE GIRL 12 or 14 "years of
v? ag>-,to take care of children' ApplyatCAR
TER'S Picture Gallery, corner Bridge and High
Btreets, Georgetown. d 3 .It*
WANTED?A yonng MAN. between the age of
17 and 10, to attrn'i a segar store. None nee 1
a pply but a strict Catholic. 0oe living with his
parents pre'eried. Address X , Star office d.l 3t
\\r ANTED?A Pff UATION as Bar keeper by a
'V respectable yonne man . Good r-feren^e giv
en. Address "LAWRENCE," Pennsylva'a House,
C street. de 3-3t*
A NTED-Two or three UNFURNISHED
ROOMS, suitable for housekeeping, f >r a man
and his wife ha\ ing only a small child in months
old. Any one having the sbove Rooms to let will
hear of a good tenant by addressing "AB 0," Star
Office, stating locality and terms: d 3 2t*
ROOM WANTED.?A gentleman and wile, with
out children, desire to rent in a private fam
ily. (a mechanic's preferred,) where there are no
bosrders, a FU&NISHED ROOM on first Moor, if
possible, in which are facilities for cooking.
Would become permanent tenants ?f suited. Ad
dress MECHANIC. Star Office. de3 2t*
WANTED TO RENT?a 10 or 12 room HOUSE,
' v Furnished, to make into a first class English
Shades, or would join with any party having the
same, as I have a large quantity of Imported
Liquors and Cigars, and a large circle of respecta
ble acquaintances to guarantee a success. Must be
on or near Pennsylvania * v A ldress"8H ADE3,"'
Pennsylvania House, C street. de 3-3t*
ANTED-A PASTRY COOK at the Ameri^an
House, corner of Pennsylvania avenue and
rth St. de 2-3t*
WANTEB-A first rate family COOK,at 240
vv Pa. ave. Such a person will receive good
wnges. dec 2-3t*
\%'ANTED? At the Post Office Eating House,
v> No. 3??1 F street, a femal" \ E'iETABLE
COOK and a MAN to do chores.
derst* 8TRBETER A J^LARKE.
1*7 AN TED-Br a respectable girl, a SITUA
vv TION ss chambermaid or cook in a small
Srivate family. Address to the Star. Box No. 17
tar Office. nov 3'
METROPOLITAN R. R. COMPAJTyTn iv a,
1HH.- WANTED IMMEDIATELY- 1 ,.->00
Loads of PAVING STONE The stone must be
from 5 to Tinches.and wiil be paid for on the de
livery of 10 loads along the line of the track.
SAMUEL P. BROWN,
no 20 President M. R. R.
1^'ET NURSE WANTED. Apply to Dr wTp!
* ' J Oil N 8 TON, No. 4M>7th street, between the
hours of P and 9 am. and 12 and! 1p m. N'>ne need
apply unbss willing to leare the city for a few
months. nov 25
W ANTED - Ladies' and Gent's cXsT~OFF
CLOTHING. WATCHES. PISTOLS, FURNI
TURE. er any kind of Personal Property. Ladies
attended to by Mrs. SMITH, No. 4 Hi B street,
near the Post Office. nov 23-lm*
WANTED?Ladies to call and see my new pa -
terns for Slippers. Smoking Caps. Pincush
ions. Watch Cases, Powder Bags, Yokes. Bands,
Pantalets. Skirts, ft c.; particularly to examine our
Baby Blankets and Embroidered Flannel Skirts f -r
infants. The only place in town to get them. We
are the only persons in town who understand the
business thoroughly. WM. PRINCE
nov 23-tf 3*1 F St., bet. Sth and 9th_^
\1/ANTED?To let every lady in Washington
vv know where to get their FLUTING done,
properly aDd promptly, withont iniury to color or
fabric. '243 Penn'a avenue, south side, between
12th and 13th sts. nov 8-lm*
WANTED?A BOILER capahle of driving a 1"
horse power engine. Address Mr. BAKER,
Star Office. nov2-tf
GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS
LI8TOF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE POST
OFFICE. GEORGETOWN. D. C.,
Dkc*mukr 3, l*fi4.
To obtain any of these letters, the applicant must
cal I for " advertised letters," give tbe date of this
list, and pay one cent for advertising.
If not called for within one month, they will be
sent to the Dead Letter Office.
Place the postage stamp on the upper right-hand
comer, and leave space between the stamp and
direction for post-marking without interfering
?rith the writing.
I
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FOB BENT AND 8A\*?
[For other "Pot Rent and SiW st' d'tf va?e.)
AH 11EE K'RNISHKO K()i>M8 FOR KKN T?J57
b .ireet. betweeu 2d and 3d
17GR KKN T BY THE YKAR-H?nd? .tnely far
?1 nist.ed HOI'8R. No. 431 Hto street. bet. G aa'i
H Possession gi ven immedia">-1? . ?1-5-"St*
L'HR S*LE~CHK\7 -A l,t of DRAWS %nci
I SB KI.V K fuitiiblc* tor a Shoe Store. Apply to
No. 3l4Pn.tr. <*?;? 5-31*
F'OK KENT-NO. -JH6 nth -treet. Term# *??
per iiii>oth in alvance. Inquire at grocery
corner 8ih and L sts. d S 2t*
'KICK TO"RENf?On ?th s reet-N... 37 5
betw?en H and I. Rent $ 15 p-r ni >nth.
de 5-2t*
rI",0_RENT?Two Unfurnished ROOMS, on th- l*t
" tluor suitah e fur hoas^k-epin*. (or a s:entle
ir.an *nd wife without children. Inquire at 4^2
L at betaee 12th and 13th. deceit*
|70R RENT?'Two communicating ROOM*. partly J
a furnished, on first floor, in a very pl?a-ant
m ighborhood, and n?*r tr.e Departments ? at '27
H str*et. between 17th and 18th sts. d 5 It
170R RENT?FURNISH ED HOUSE ~~ w"i7hT2
* rooTs. Best re'er?nc" required Apply be
1*fpn th? hoors of 3 a if 4 p. m., at 4 15 loth st or
during the day at 469 9th at. d 5-3t*
|7URNT8HED"pTrLOR ANDCH AMBER FOR |
? KENT on reasonable terms near National lJo
tel. Apply at 354 C ?t , bet. 1** and 6th sts,
dec & 3t*
|70R RENT?A FRONT ROOM, fu-nished. suit
1 abl?-for two gentlemen, in a desirable I ?c*l
ity, within three sqea es of the citv post. office
Reference required. Foraldress apply a' the Stir
Office. de f>-3t*
A CA8H PAYING BUSINESS I'OR 8AI.E
Price i?'2.6<? >. Ill health and ''her business
the cause For parti culars address "J. Mat thl
office. The business is Grocery, Ac.;or par"n?r
would be taken, dec 5-2t*
IOR RENT?FUKN 1 J?HED A f AK r M KM l'8 for
rent, consisting of parlor with chamber com
municating. Also, a 8eparate chamber. Apply a
No. I 10 Penn avenue, corner of 20tti street wt-st
Entrance on 2oth street. <1e5 6t*
17 O R RE N T - F urniflfced PARLOR and BED
CHAMBER, at No. 494 L street north, be
tireen 9th and 10th. dec 3-3t*
OR feALE-A CONFECTIONERY STORE Ap
ply at No. 3?>!? 7th street, next to the corner
of I <d3 1w*? VIRGIL VANNUOHI.
OR RENT-PARLOR and CHAMBER on sec
I ond floor, and also two CIIA MB ERS, separate,
at No. 4 1 La. av., s-ecoud door from tith st.
de 3-It*
I/OR RENT-Two splendidly furnished ROOMS,
;n tbe most desirable location in the city In
quire at 404 I street, between 11th and 12th at*,
dec 3 4t*
I70R SALE?A11 EATINO HOUSE, with all the
r fixtures for steaming oysters, in a good loca
tion. The reason for selling is sickness. For par
ticu lars inquire on tbe premises. No. S59 Mary
land av., between 9th and 10th sts. de 3 Iw*
LARG EHOUSET- PARTLY FURNISHED,
suit well as a boarding house, in one of the
best localities. Fart of the rent will be taken out
inboard. References exchanged. Apply at 1 -i-i
Pa. avenue, bet. 19th and 20th sts. d 3-2t*
17OR RENT?A HOUSE. contain!na9 rooms, with
other conveniences for rent, and Furniture
for sale. For further informat'on call on the
premises, 511 E street, between 2d and 3d, or 519
7th street, above D. dec 3-flt*
170R~R?NT?Two four-story BRICK HOUSES,
eight rooms ert*h, tust ccilt, with teas and
?water, situated on 22d street, between II and I,
Washington. D. C. Inquire immediately of JOS.
LIBBKY, Lumber Yard, No. *27 Water street,
Georgetown, D. C. dec 3-3t*
SQU ARE OF GROUND FOR SALE?Located in
^ the northeast portion of the city; is dry and
high; contains 100.000 square feet, and can he
bought at a bargain. Fionts on K and L streets.
A rare chance for speculation.
P.. M. nALL & CO ,
d 3-2t Real Estate Brokers.
iTOR EXCHANGE ?We offer to exchange for
r1 IMPROVED PROPERTY in the city or its
vicinity, a splendid iuburban residence, adjoining
the corporate limi's of the city of Indianapolis,
iDd. II is the most beautiful site around the city,
high, dry and healthy, Hous??two storv frame,
nine rooms, cellar, barn, well built, with every
convenience; outbuildings, wells, cistern, tcc,,
and thirteen acres ofground, beautifully laid out;
live acres in fruit trees. Forest trees around the
house. _ . ? .
1.000 Currant Bushes,
i,000 Goosebei ry Bushes.
160 Pear Trees,
180 Plum Trees,
so Cherry Trees. _
Price $15,000. R M. HALL Ac CO.,
d 3 2t Real Estate Brokers.
J7 O R R E N T~
NEW FRAME HOUSE, six rooms.on rth street,
with rent paid for one year.
THE FURNITURE FOR SALE
Jn the house: all new. Will be sold at invoice pri
ces. or possession given, with rent free for one
year, 'or ?* 1 fi 0.
SMALL FRAME II0USU, on hased gronnd.for
~ l .000 ACRES?a magniflcect farm?with tine
House, Tenement Houses, Barns. Ac . Acc.;
acres under the best cultivation. Mill on the
same. Thirty miles from the city. At per
O0f(ta
TWO BRICK HOUSES, lslaad, new, five rooms,
at fl,?x?o. WANTBO.
We want to buy a number of Vacant Lots and
nouses, worth from fi,ooo to 9.1.000.
IIOTKL PROPERTY.
We have a splendid Hotel Property, finely loca
ted, in thia city, for fale. _
VACANT GROUND.
'.204 .OOO square feet of Ground, east of the Cap
itol. is offered at f7,ooo.
SEVERAL SQUARES OF GROUND for sale.
HALL & CO., Re*l Estate Brokers,
de3-2t corner 7th and F streets.
ESI RABLE FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT,
without board, at 130 Pa. av, dec 2-lw*
STABLFrTtTLET At 514 M street, having
three stalls and roem for a carriage, d 2-4t*
17OR RENT?Several "desirable FURNISHED
r ROOMS. Applr at No. 37 9 3d street,between
DandK. '1 2-3f
17 URN 18 HE D PARLOR and BKD CHAMBER
17 for rent at No. 29'J E street, ne*r 12th.
de 2-fit*
17URN ISHED HOUSE FOR RENT?In the First
Ward, a most desirable residence for a private
gentleman. Inquire oi JAMES DONALSON,
State Department doc 2-4t
I/OR RKNT?Very desirable FURNISHED
ROOMS?one handsome Parlor ami Bed room,
communicating.ou first floor. R-ference required.
At No. 400 4tb St., east of City Hall. de 2-3t*
I/I BNISHED ROOM?Ore nicely FURNISHED
r ROOM on first floor, with or without Boaril, at
No. 4 I *? 8th st. Cail at anytime during the day
orevemDg. de 2-3t*
I/URNI8HKD ROOMS FOR RENT?Four deair
I able Reoms, on 2d floor, will be rented singl y
or in suits, as parties may wish, within five min
utes' walk of tbe Treasury and other Departments.
For particulars inquire at 400 6th st. _ d 2-3t*
170R RKNT?A two story Brick HOUSE, on Gav
1 street. Georgetown, with 10 Rooms and g?od
cellar, wr h a good well of water in the yard. For
particulars inquire at D. JACKSON'S Grocery
8tore. No. US High street. dec 2-3t*
IT OR RENT?One of the most desirable and con
1 venient STOKES in Georgetown, D. C., ad
joining the new marknt house, having all the con
veniences of & first-class wholesale and retail gro
cery. Inquire of JOHN J. BOOUE, corner of
Bridge and High sts., Georgetown. d 2-fit*
FOR REN r?Two large, well furnished FRONT
ROOMS, and two pmUier rooms adjoining.
Apply at No. 450,on 12th street, between G and H
streets, west side. dec l-6t*
\7eRY PLEASANT ROOMS and excellent
BOARD can be obtained in a private family
from the North by applying at 137 I street, be
tween 22d and 23d. de l-4t?
FOR RENT?A large FRONT ROOM, furnished,
on second finer; location No. 337 19th street,
between I and K sti., three or four doors from
Provost Marshal's. Would suit two gentlemen
well. <?? l-6t*
iCOMS FOR RENT?Three or four Furnished
CHAM HERS; also, with water and gas, and use
of bath and parlor, for rent to gentlemen. Apply
at 4 90%, north side of Massachusetts avenue, be
tween 4th and Sth Bts^
?TOR SALE?A neat, and well fitted up BIL
F LlARo SALOON, in a central location, and
now paying a handsome income A ten years lease,
the fiitures, and three Phelan tables can be pur
chased for $3 Ooo.
MITCHELL A SON'S, Real Estate Brokers,
Southeast corner Pa ?ve and 15th st.
FOR RENT-Two nicely FURNISHED ROOMS,
near Government Printing Office, |3o per month.
deo 1 12t*
17OR SALE-A HOL'Sl and LOT,together with
the STOCK and FIXTURES of a small gro
cery, including the bonBe furniture. The house
and lot will be sold with or without the store or
furniture Inquire oi> the premises,No. 147 Del
aware avenue. Possession given immediately.
dec 1.6t* _____
?TOR KENT?Two large front ROOMS and one
r single ROOM, neatly furnished, at 500 Est.,
between 2d and 3d sts,, very low. References re
qoired. ne 3>-lw*
FURNISHED HOUSE TO LET?Range, gas,
bath. Or will be let in suites to Members ol
Congress. Apply at ls3 G sLett, between 19th
and 2- tb . nov3U-lw*
|70R SALE?A new three story brick nOUSB.
F southwest corner of 2d ano Marketsts, George
town, D. C., containing 17 rooms, with all tbe
litest improvements, in perfect order, A Brick
Btable, Ice Honse and all neceasary outbuildings
attached. House tt by *9, lot 8-i fc? 150. Price
S35,<lti0, Terms easy, and possession when required.
Tor further particulars applr on the premises.
nov30 1 m*
170R RENT?Two pleaaant Furnished ROOMS,
I communicating, with breakfast, at vSti 1 Eighth
street between M aid N, within one block o?7ta
street Cars. nov ? tit*
?7(Jr"rent.
r FURNI8HED R00M8
A sriTii of Uandaomeiy Furnished PARLORS
and BED ROOMS, In one of the most dbsirablb
and pleasant situations in the city and only one
minut-p walk of Willar ?' Hotel and Penn'a av.,
Ne. 4.'> / 13th st, west side.
fi*URNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT?Tiro haad
1 soinely FURNISHED PAKLOKS anl OHAM
BERS, all on the first floor. suitable for a family or
sickle gentlemen, with or Without board.
Auy Members erothers wishing to havecomfort
able quarter* for the winter can s-enre thew by an
early application at J. P CRUTOII8TT8,
nov 29 Iw' Ne 4T 7. corner fith .nd D >ts.
rpo LET?Two large ROOMS, ou Pennsylvania
I avenue. No. 245, suitable for stores or offices.
Apply on the premiass. or at Nc. ?1>?i n street, be
tween 18th and 19th imv U tf
1)
R
17URNIBU1D HOUSt FOR RENT Apply at
JT 419 13th a*reet. noru6 2?"
AUCTION SALES.
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THIS AFTERNOON A W P TQ.MORR''W
Y W. L. WAI L A CO , Auctioneers
South corner Perm* av. m d rth st
SALE 0? TOBACCO LIQUOR J. BEG ARS PPI
CKS. Ac.
On TUESDAY MORNING, ?tb December. we
will fell in fiout of the Aucti ? n R->oms?
fO boxes Toha co S^gaisand i>iu< kin* Tobacco
Parrel* Whi*ky, octav-nnd quarts
Brandy ?n<* l>in. baskets Chatrpagne
Boxes Fancy and Toilet Soap
Spic? s, Glassware. Ac . Ac ,
Lot small Stores. Ac , A c.
Terms cash. _
de 3 WM. L. WALL A CO.. Aucts.
|^Y J. C. MoGUIRK A CO., Auctioneers.
EXTENSIVE SALE o7 Cll AM i'.EK F 1" RNI -
TURE
On TUESDAY MORNI NO, December 6th at 10
o'clock,at"Br,llmanV Hotel, north Ride of Penn
sylvan a avenue, bet. and 4\i streets, we shall
sell the Furniture and Effects of a Ho'el, com
prising twenty - seven chambers. We name In
part
Single and Double B?d?te*d?, various stsles
Hair, Husk and Cotton Mattresses
Buls ers and Pillows
Blankets. Comforts. Spreads, Sheets, Ac.
Dressing and Plain Bureaus
Washstsrds, Locking Gla?sei. Toilet 8etts
Carpets. Oilcloth, R ig*. Curtains
Stoves. Fire Irons, Spittoons
Cane arid Wood seatCha'rs
Tables, Sofas, Lounges, Ae.
Terms cash.
dec 2-d J. C. McGCIRE A CO.. Aucts.
^ALEOF CONDEMNED GRAIN AND GRAIN
E* SACKS.
Chi'f Quarlermasttr's (Jjfire D'.pot Was^intton.l
Wafh'nrton. D C . Nov. 82, 136*. \
Will be sold at public auction, a' Sev? th 'treet
Wharf. Washington, D C . on TUESDAY.6th of
December, 18?4. at 11 o'clock a m , a quantity of
Damsg?d Grain, consisting ot about
3,0 o Bushels Corn.
3,to" Bushels Oats,
and about
30,00' Damaged Grain Sacks.
Sncce-sful bidders must remove their purchases
on or before the 1' th of December.
Terms?Cash in Government funds.
D 11. RUCKER.
Brigadier Geu'l and Chief Quartermaster,
nov 28 8t Depot of Washington. D. C.
^UCTIOlTSALE OF STOCK
I shall proceed to sell on TUESDAY. December
186-1. on the Abbingdon Farm, about three miles
from Alexandria, situated on the east side of the
Washington road ?
19 valuable Milch Cows,
1 thoroughbred rhree year old Durham Bull.
1 valuable Mare, suitable for saddle or harness.
Sale to commence precisely at IS o'clock a. m.
Terms cash.
de 2-td J. T. 8TOUTENBURGH. iuct.
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Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
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ADMINISTRATORS SALE OF STOCK
On THURSDAY AFTKRNOON, December -ith,
at 4 o'clock, by order of the honorable the Or
phan's Court for the District of Columbia. I shall
sell?
f 1.004 Corporation of Washington six per cent
stock.
$<?*) Corporation of Alexandria six per cent
stock.
Terms cash.
A. F. KIMMBLL. Administrator.
5d J AS. C. McGUIRE A 00.. Aucts.
|?Y W. L. WALL A CO.. Auctioneers.
MJ Seuth corner Pa av. and 9th st.
FURNITURE, PARLOR"8UITE8. Ac., AT AUC
TION.
On THURSDAY MORNING. December 8, com
mencing at 10 o'clock, we will sell, at onr auction
rooms without reserve, a stock of new and second
band Furniture, Stoves. Ac., com prising?
Four Parlor Suites, in Maroon Striped Reps, Gree i
Venetian
One Walnut Handsome Set of Chamber Furniture
in oil '
Sofas, Tete a-tetes. Parlor and Easy Chairs
Painted Cottage Se s
Walnut Cottage nnd other Bedsteads
Mahogany *nd Walnut Dress and other Bureaus
Hair and Shu>'k Mattresses
Washstands. Sinks
Brussels and other Carpets
Walnut Extension Dining and other Tallies
w hatnots, Etiigeres. Working Tables
Marble top Tables, Hat Racks
Cane and Wrod Seat Chairs and Rockers
Cooking acd other Stoves
With a variety of other goodi in the furuiture
line.
Terms cash.
<5a " WM. L. WALL A CO., Ancts.
J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers.
CATALOGUK SALE OF VALUABLE MILT
?A,RJ&8CI*NTIFI0, AND MISCELLANEOUS
BUUK o.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. December 6th,
Commencing at 7 o'clock, at the Auction Rooms
of James C. McGuire A Co., Washington, D C
1 shall sell the Library of the late Gen. J G Tot
ten, ( Chief Engineer. U. S. A .) comprising over
oce thousand volumes, Military. Scientific, ana
Miscellaneous Works, most of them rare and
valuable.
Terms cash.
Catalogues may be obtained from the Auctioneer
prior to th? sale.
CAPT W. G. TEMPLE. U. 8. N.. Executor.
nov 19-eoAdH J. C. McGPIRK &. CO.. Auctfl.
|JY ^ M, L. WALL A CO , Auctioneers.
STOCK AN D FIXTURES OF A FAMILY GROPE
RY STORK AT AUCTION
On FRIDAY MORNING. 9th inst., commencing
at 10 o clock, we will sell, at No. 7th st- Navv
Yard a first class stock of Groceries and Liquors
consisting of? ll)BorB?
Sugars. Teas and Coffee
Spices, Candles. Soap. Indigo. Ac
Canned Fruits, Pickles. Ac., Ac.'
Tobacco, Cigar**
Wooden Ware, Buckets, Ac.
ALSO,
A one assortment of Liquors
Fixtures. Counters, Bins, Cases aod Scales.
Terms cash.
(*en3 W. L. WALL A CO.. Aucts.
Jj^Y J. O. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers
TRUSTEE'S 8ALE OF A FINE SQUARE OF
GROUND EAST OF THE CAPITOL.
n e call attention to the sale bv Wm. Y Fendall
tFq.. trustee, on WEI NESDAY AFTERNOON
December 7th at 4 o'clock, on the premises,of that
fine Square of Ground, east of the Capitol, known
as Square No 987. containing 90,pf 2 square feet, an !
fronting on Eleventh and Twelfth streets east, and
15 snd C streets north.
This property is handsomely located on the high
tab!? land east of the Capitol, and commands a tine
view ot the surrounding country. As it is bvilt
overi ent;re!y with frame, buildings, and occupied
in D ts GoVfcrnm<'Dt- if wl11 be 90,(* entire and not
Terms : One-third in cash, the remainder in six
and twelve months, with intesest.
dpcJ2_6t J. M. GUIHE A CO.. Aucts.
J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers,
SUPERIOR CABINET FURNITURE RO?*V
WOC? 0ASE OHICKERING PIANOFORTE
?'^fio ^T. ' DAMASK, AND LACK CUR
frinch plate mirrors
FINE VELVET AND BRUS3EL8 CARPET*!
On THURSDAY MORNING, Deo?mber 8th at
l'> o clock, at the residence of his Excellency'F
j. Barreda. H street, between lith and isth stre'ets
we^ uW'" "? 11 a ??perior lot of Furniture
ami Household kffectg, comprising?
R0SeChickeriang. 8eV<m 0cW ^"ofort.. by
Green Embroiled Cloth Corer. Stool,
Superb Suite of Rosewood and Gilt Parlor Furni
siU8Hig o'f-* C08lly Silk Cyver8< ?n(1 con
Tbree Large gofas.
Four large Arm Chairs,
Six Ladies' Chairs, and twelve Bide Chairs, all
with outside Chintz Covers.
Large and Superior Gilt Frame Mirrors, for Man
tel and Pier.
Handsome Rosewood Center Tables, with Italian
Statuary Marble Tops.
Rich and costly Mantel Clock, with Candelabra*.
Elegant Bilk, Damask, and Rep Curtains, with
Lace, Cornice, Ac.,
Velvet and Brussels Carpets throughout,
Turkish Easy. Sleepy Hollow, and Rocking Chairs
Japanese Tables,
Elegant Vases and Ornaments,
Splendid Oak Etegere,
Sideboard, with Marble-top, and beautifully
carved with Game. Ac., ,
Superior Oak Extension Table', of extra width and
i PDgtD,
Oak Dining Chairs, upholstered back and seat
with Green Reps, 1
Oak Side and Carving Tables,
Walnut fret-work Besufet,
Walnut Mirror-front Secretary and Bookcase.
Beautiful Green and Gold Dinner, Dessert and
Coffee Service,
Crystal cut Glass Ware.
Fine Walnut and Oak Writing Tables, covered
with fcloth.
Walnut Glass front Bookcases and Desks,
Walnut Leather-covered Office Chairs,
Superior Walnut and Mahogany Mirror-front
Wardrobes.
Marble top Dressing Bureaus, with full Marble
Tops,
Buits of Cottage Furniture, in Drab and Gold,
with Marble Tops.
Lounges. Cane seat Chairs, Toilet Ware,
Superior Curled Hair and Husk Mattresses,
Bolsters and Pillows,
Number of Fancy Iren Cribs an 1 Children's Bed
steads with Bedding,
Large acil handsome Engravings.
Walnut, Fancy and Work Tables,
Together with a quantity of excellent plain Furni
ture for servants' rooms
Also. Refrigerators, Coppers, 'fins and other
Kitcben Utensils.
Terms cash.
dec 2-d J, C. McGUIRE A CO. Aucts.
MARSHAL'S SALE.?In virtue of a writ of fieri
facias, itsued from the Clerk s Office of the
Supreme Court of the District ol Columbia, and to
iae directed, I will expose to public wle, for cash.
cn FRIDAY, the 2Sd day of December, 1364 at the
front of tbe Uourt Uouf? door of sjid District at
12 o'clock m., the followiD* .propertr, to- wit, viz :
All that part of Lot No. 28, in ?<iuare No 901. be
giDoioff at & point in the lin? of 8tn street east. 5
feet 4 inches north from the southeast corner of
said lot* running thence north, with the line of
said street. 16 feet 8 inches; thence west by a line
at right an*le with said street, to the alley io the
rear of said lot: thence with the line of said alley,
south 16 feet 8 inches; thsnce by a straight line to
the beginning, with the improvements thereoa,
seized and leyied upon as the property of True
man M Brush, and wih be sold to satisfy jadiclals
No Jf>6, January term, 1861. in favor of R^Wmin
E MorieU. WARI) H LAMOH.
dec Id U. 8. Marshal, D. C.
UNION HOTEL,
Corner Bridge and Washington aw.,
^ Georgetown, D 0.'
This old established Hotels! now open to receive
travellers and strangers. First class board at $2.5o
per day. ne lMm*
AUCTION SALES.
riTIHt. UAfk.
BY BROORER A BELLBW, Auctioneer..
No. .146 north 7;h street, bet. I *n1 K.
Sales BVERY EVENING. eommeneme at
o'clock, of a ffeneral assortment o/ Dry Good*.
II. siery, So.ps, C?mbi and Brush.s. Perfumery,
f t.tionery, fine Gilt Alboms, Picture*. Ac.. Ac.
Out door s.le. attended to on tke most reason
able terras. Uon*ig ment* re*pestr,ii|y solicited.
dot 10 lm HROOKKB A BBLI.gW, AucU.
V JAS. 0. McG CIHB A CO.. Auctioneers.
HANDSOME BRICK VILLA RB8IDENOB.
WITH LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL GROCNDS,
FINK HKICa STABLING. CAR1UAGB ttOl'SK,
1CK HOUSE. Ac
On MONDAY AFTERNOON, November 2lst. At
4 o'clock. on the premi*e*. we ah.II Mil th.t hand
some T??idenre and urourds. fermerly the proper
il ? M.J. r Nleholeon. D. 8 MO., bein*
the whole Of Square No. altuated .t the corner
of south B street and 2d street east. immediately
t ast ef " Dtiddingtou " The ?tuund* contain .boat
twi and a half acres of grouud, handsomely ??*
cl<*e4, and l.id out witn fin. gravel drivt a and
w?.lks. and beautifully or-amen'ed with choice
shade tree* and flowers The improvements ar.
of the most superior kind, and consict of a fin*,
lar^e Brick ManMoii, with large portico, on thre.
sides. the wb< le bailt and inished in the met
substantial ma rer, with fice Parlors. Itiniac
Room, Lib ?ry large and airy Chamber*. Bit*
Room Ac .Ac., in addition, there is . very supe
rior Brick stable Car'i.ge Hou?t>, Ice H,>u*e,
Servati's'H< use. Ae The property eomm.nd* ft
splendid virw of the city, Potomac river. and sur
rounding country,and isin .11 respect* a first claM
residence.
V?ri' a One third cash; the remainder in 6 and
1" to nthe. wi'h interest, secured by a deed of trn.t
r.n'l pleroise*
Conveyances and stamp* at the cost of the pur
chaser.
1?mediate posr-essioti given.
nov lJ-d J C. McGCIRB A CO.. Aucts.
?/"THE ABOVK 8aTe 19 POSTPONBD IN
corse quence of the rain until TI" BSDAY AFTBR
NCON . December lith. saw e hour *tid p'ace.
nov 22-2.w A ds J.C McGl'IKI A CO.. Anctff._
|?Y J AH. C. McGCIRB & CO., Auctioneers.
l.fiT ON fcOUTll M StKKKT. BBT 3D AND 4K
8T?? , AT PUBLIC 8ALB
On WBDNK8DAY' AKTKRNoON. Dec. 7th at 4
o lo^-k . on tie premises, we ~hall soil to t h? hiuh
est bidder. Lot No 33 in sub ivision of Squar.
545 I'roKtirg .9 feet on south M street, bat. Sd and
4' ? streets, and running back 1J0 feet to a 16 foot
all? >?
T tle perfect.
Ternia i>kO.
C< stof conveyances at the ex^ens) of th. pur
chaser.
dec 3 d J. C. McGUIREA CO.. Auct*.
|^V GREEN A WILLIAMS Auctioneers.
TKl'8TBE'8 PALE OK SEVENTY THREB VAL
l ABLE Bl 1LD1NH L<iT8 ON NORTH CAPI
TOL, H AM) I 8TREBi{? NORTH AND 1ST
STREET EAST. IN THE IMMEDI ATE NEIGH
BORHOOD OF ST ALOY81C8 CHURCH AND
TUB GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE
On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON., the 30th Inst.,
at 4 o'clock, on the premises, in virtue of a deed or
trust duly executed to me. ard recorded in th?
land recordsof ibis county, on the 3d day of August,
ISM, I shall sell
Lot- No. to 38. on North Capitol street,
between H and I streets north, e.cn Lot beinc
about 2') feet in front by 1< 0 feet in depth to an
al ? y
Lots No. 2 to 3". on H street north, between
Not th Capitol and 1st street east, erch lot being 20
feet in front by 144 feet in depth to a thirty-feet
alley, w ith mit e's on II ?nd I streets.
Lots No. 49 to 73. on I street noyth, between
North Capitol and 1st stieet east, each lot being 2C
feet in tront by 144 feet in depth to a thirty-feet
alley, with outlet* on II and I str-ets; and
Lots No. 78 to 88, and also Let No I, on 1st
street east, between II and I streets north, each
lot being about 20 feet in front by 1' 0 feet in depth
to an alley.
These Lots are located in a most desirable and
rapidly improving part of the city,and present an
opportunity for a safe and good investment.
Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in (? and
12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust
on the premises.
Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur
cbAF^r
A payment of (25 on each Lot will be required at
the time ot sale.
Should the terms of sale not be complied with
within five days after the sale, the Trustee reserve!
the rit'ht to re sell the | roperty at the risk .ad
expense of the defaulting purchaser, on one week's
notice published in one of the daily paper, in this
city A. TII08. SMITH, Trnstee.
tor 19 d GREEN A WILLIAMS, AucU.
B7-TH1 ABOVE PALB 18 POBTPONBDCNTTL
TUESDAY, the 6th ii ?t.nt, at the same hour, in
front of the City Hail Sale peremptory.
By order of the Tru?tee,
del d GRBEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts.
B
Y WM. L. WALL A CO , Auctioneers.
UNITED STATES MARSH1LB 8ALB OF
PRIZE SLOOPS "JAMES LANDY" AND
'? ZIOR."
In virtue of two warrants of sale issued from the
Clerk V office of the District Court of the District
of Columbia, and to me directed. I will expoaeto
Sublic sale, for cash. on TUESDAY, the 6th day of
?ecember. 1P64 at 3 o'clock p. m . on the Potouac
river, at the foot of Stxth str?st wharf?
The Sloop " Jamea Lamdy." her Tackle, Ac., and
the Sloop"Zion," her Tackle. Ac.
WARD H LaMON. U. 8. Marshal.
nov30-d\ds W. L. WALL A CO., Aucts^
J^Y THOS. DOWLING, Auct'r; Georgetown.
EXECUTORS SALE OF VALUABLE IM
PROVED PROPERTY IN GEORGETOWN, AT
AUCTION.
On W EDNBSDA Y AFTERNOON December 7th,
at 4 o'clock, I will sell, in front of the premises.
No. 1 Oii West street, part of Lot No.231 . in Beall's
addition to Georgetown, fron'ing aheut 31 feet 4
inches on West street, between Congress and
Washington streets, and running back to a 12 foot
paved alley
The improvements consist of a well-built two
story Bricw House, containing nine rooms and cel
lar. with gas throughout the house.
Terms. One-half cash; balance in 12 months, se
cured by a deed of trust on the property.
All conveyancing and stamps at the cost of th*
purchaser.
Title perfect.
JOHN H CHEW. Executor,
THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer,
nov 26-d [Intel.]
B
Y W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTYON PENN
SYLVANIA AVENUE AND THE WASHING
TON CIRCLE AT AI'CTION.
On WEDNB8DAY AFTERNOON, 7th instant.
at 4 o'clock, we will sell in front of the premise.,
subdivision of Square 27, fronting24 feet on thn
sou'h side of Peuna. avenue, ana running back
to K street, between 24th and 25th streets.near the
Circle, and improved by a two-stery and base
ment Brisk Dwelling, furnished with gas and
in eood repair.
Possession given immediately.
Terms: One-h*lf cash; balance in six and twelve
mon hs. securtd by a deed of trust on the premi
sen, with interest.
deel W. L. WALL A CO., Aucts.
QUARTERMASTER GENBRAL'S OFFICE.
Fir*t Division,
Washington CiTr, Noy. 3<\ 18C4.
Will be gold at Public Auction, to the high
est bidder, at the times and places named below,
WILLIAM8PORT, Pa.. THURSDAY. December
8. 1364
JOHNSTOWN. Pa., THURSDAY, December 15.
18>4
TRENTON, N. J., THURSDAY, December 22,
1S?4
TWO HUNDRED CAVALRY HORSES
at each place.
These Horses have been condemned as unfit for
the cavalry service ?f the army.
For road and farming purposes many good bar
gaics may be had.
Horses sold sin.ly. , , .
Sale to commence at 10 o clock a. m.
Terms cash, in United 8'^^g^X'^KIN
Colonel First Division,
dec l-19t Quartermaster General's Office.
ALE OK CONDEMNED CLOTHING, CAMP
AND GARRISON EQUIPAGE,
TBNT CUTTINGS. Ac.
CHIIP QuA*TlRMIST.K'8 OFPICB,
Dbpst or Washihoto*.
Wabhihotoh, D. C., November 28. 1864.|
Will be .old at public auction, at Government
Warehouse No. 6, en 17th, between H and I streets
north Washington city, D. C.,on THURSDAY.
December 16, 1861. under the direction of Capt D.
G. THOMAS, M. S. K ,U. 8. A., alotof condemned
clothing, Ac . consisting of?
Infantry and Cavalry Coats, Trowsers, 8hirt?,
Drawers. Felt Hats, Trumpets. Bugle*. Metallie
Bcales. Drums, Flat;*, Tents. Books. Mes* Pans,
Camp Kettles, Spades, 8hovels, Axes. Ha'ch
ets. Haversacks, Canteens, Old Iron, Brass, Rope,
&c,
ALSO, .
About 10? tons of Tent Cuttings.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m.
Terms : Cash, in Government funds.
Successful bidders must remove their purchases
on or before December 21. _ _ _
D. H. RUCK1R,
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
nov ?8-td Depot ?f Washington.
<^ALB OF STEAM TDG AND BARGES^
Chit/Qvartermasttr's Qfet.Dtvot af WtukingtomA
Washington. D. 0.. Noy as. 1864. (
Will be sold at Public Auction, at Government
Wharf, foot of G street. Washington city, D. C.,
o-n THURSDAY, December 15, 1464, one Steam
Tug ana f<>ur tchuylkill Barges, as fallows :
Steam Tuff C. G. 8AWTBLLE.
Barge ANTHONY CLINTON,
" CITIZEN. TI ,.TWH
" MILTON WILK1NS,
" UNITED STATBo.
Sale to commence at 125^-^,???'
Terms cash. In G?T,rn?* d. H. RUCK1R,
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
nov 26-td Pspot of Washington.
Qf COHDWilfBD HOMES.
OuaTtermasttr Genital's 03u. Jsl Division.t
^ WafkinMt-n City, November 2!?. 1864. t
Will be sold at publi. auction. t? th* highest
vidder, at Giesboro, D. O.,on
bidder, pB1DAT dBCEMBBR 2, 18B4.
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY CAVALRY
HOB8K8
ON FRIDAY. D1CBMB?R<>. ism,
ONE UCNDHXD AND FIFTY CAVALRY
H0RSX8.
These horses hay. been condemned as unfit for
the Cavalry service pf the Army.
For road and farming purposes, many good bar
gains may be had.
Horses sold sirnily. Bale to commence at 10 a. wa.
Terms ca'h in United States currency.
? , ,, . _ JAMBS A. BKIN
Colontl in charge First Division Quartermaster
General a Office. bot K-<t

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