Newspaper of Evening Star, June 20, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 20, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. AMUSEMENTS T0-5IGHT. Grovbr's Thbatbb.?Ml. Wn. E. Sinn, late the popular manager of Canterbury Hill, has temporarily leased Mr. Grover's splended the ater, and will to night commence a series of entertainments, such as "Mazeppa," Jtc. "Ma. reppa" will be performed tonight, and Miss Kate Vance, the celebrated equestrienne, will make her first appearance, and will ride the educated horse "Don J nan." Ail of Mr. Gro ver's fine company will appear in the cast. i'Fobb'8 Thbatkb.?Mr. J. S. Clarke has been re-engaged (or two nights more, and will prodace Sbakspeare's comedy, "Two Gsntle men of Verona," Mr. Clarke appearing as '?Lannc?." On this occasion be will be sup ported by Miss Susan Denin and o^her favor ite actors and actresses. The entertainment "Will conclude with the amnsing farce "Love In Livery," Clarke appearing as "Haul Pa tent." C ahtbbbvrt.?M'lle Marietta Ravel, Mons. Baptistin, John Mulligan, Billy West. H. W. "Williams, J. J. Dougherty, J. De Forrest, W. B. C&vanaugb, and eighteen pretty girls, com posing the Ronzani ballet trenpe, will all ap pear at this hall every night this week, and to-night the great local drama. "Tfcn.Bnsh "Whackers of the Potomac," will be performed. Fair* abd Festivals.?The ladies of Grace Church, It-land, will commence a splendid fair and festival at Island Hall to-night, and will have for sale a great variety of useful and fanev article?, which will be disposed of by the pretty and agreeable ladies connected with tiie church. It will undoubtedly be the most Interesting affair ox the sort ever held in the city. At Odd Fellows' Hall, the delightful fair for the benefit of the home for friendless women and children will be continued throughout the present week. Lbvy Covbt.?An adjourned meeting of the Xevy Court was held on Wednesday, at the City Hall, all the members being present. Mr. Burr reported names of the several roads in the county, as follows, which were adopted, and also the amount of annual appropriation for each road: First District? Road from 7th street, in Georgetown, to the canal at the Stone House, to be called 7th street road, with an appropri ation of ?16 50, from canal, near Cook's Brew ery, to intersect ?th street road, " Foxhall Road," 8150: from 7th street road to Lough borough road, "Ridge Road," ft lot): from Falls Bridge west to Kockville pike, near Tenally town. "Loughborough Road," 85<>; from Ten allytown west to the District line, "River Road, ?50. Srccnd IHstricL.?East from Rockville pike to Rock Creek. "Bnsey Road,'' 8300; east from Rock>ille pike to Pierce's Mill, "Pierce's Mill Boad." ?50; trom Tenallytown to Broad Branch, "Tenallytown Road;" from Tenally town pike north to District line, "Belt Road," 8200; frcm Pierce's to Blagden's Mill, "Blag den's Mill Road," 8100; trom Blagden's Mill road to Milk House Ford road, "Broad Branch Road," 81,300; from Broad Hranch to Milk House Ford road. "Swartz Road;" from 7th atreet pike to the District line, "Milk House Ford Road," 550. Third Dittrict.?From Boundary and 21st streets to Piney Branch Road, "Little Road," $?200; from Little Road, by Eslin's, to Piney Branch Road, " Walbrid^e Road;" from Pierce's Mill east to 7th street pike, "Linean Bill Road, ' #fl0; from llth and Boundary to its intersection with the 7th street pike, "Piney Branch Koad," 81,000; from Blagden's Mill to Piney Branch Road, "Blagden Mill Road," 3200. Fourth District.?East trom 7th street pike to District line, "Rock Creek Church Road," SI.M4): from last-named road to7th street pike, at Brightwood, "Ray Road:'* from 7th street pike to Rock Creek Church Koad, between walker's and Saundera', "Walker Road;" from ?th street pike to Walker Road, near McChes ney's, "Morrison Road;" from Rock Creek Church Road to Sargent Road, "Bates Road," ?."*), from Banker Hill Road, at Tucker's, to .District line, "Sargent Road.'' sMmi. Fxftk District.?From North Capitol and Boundary streets to Rock Creek, "Lincoln Avenue," 51,000; from Lincoln Avenue to Middleton's gate, "Bunker Hill Road," 8500; frcm Baltimore pike, by Queen's Chapel, to District line, "Queen's t'hapel Road," 8100; Jrom l>elaware avenue and Boundary street to District line, "Old Bladensbtirg Road," $600; from lit Tollgate on Baltimore p^eand Boun dary street to Benning's Brid^o, "Benning's Bridge Road, " 3100; from Benning's Bridge Roa<l to Boundary street, by Cool Spring, "Cool Spring Road," ?2ou Sixth District? From the road from Benning's Bridge to The District Line, "Marlboro' Road," 81,150; from Union town to Diitrict line "River Road," 81W, from river road by Sheriff's to District line "Sheriff's road," 850; from the road leading from Good Hope to District line by Gilding's "Good Hope road," 8400; from Hamilton road to District line " Walker road" ?50: from Middle Bridge to Good Hope, "Middle Bridge," 850. .SerenU* Dittrict.?From Union Town to Dis trict line by the Asylum road, 8i,3?*>; the road Irom Asylum road to District line by Livings, ton' Mill "Livingston's Mill road,' 8100: from Asylum road at Hamilton's gate to Good Hope ?'Hamilton road ?60O." The report was adopted, and the appropria tions made. [It will be observed tnat the com mlt-e have appropriately named all the roads in tne county and that the appropriation in e-icb district equal are being 82,000 for each school district.] Mr. Blagden submitted an ordinance to pre. vent\w?thlng in exposed places in the county, imposing a penalty of a tine of two dollars for each offence or in default ten days imprison ment in jail, which was passed. Walter Smith was appointed supervisor for First School District, and John E. Chapel for {Second School District. Dr Nichols reported that at least half of the taxes due by J. F. Smith should be remitted on account of the depredations of troops, and the deduction was ordered to be made. Tub Wiist-Bsows Casb.?In the Circuit <;Ourt this morning before Judge Wylie, the ir.al of the case of Emily F. Wilev vs Mar shall Brown and Jesse B. Haw, administrators of the estate of Tiiottson P. Brown, deceased, was resumed. Mr Davidge opened the case for the defence, and stated that tney fully expected to prove that Mr. T. P. Brown was not the father of Emily F. Wiley, and that be never acknowl edged such to be the fact. They expected also to falsify many of the statements made by Mrs. Brown, and to show that instead of being a virtaous young girl when she came first to Washington, sbe was at that time and had been previously living upon the town, and that TiUottson Brown was at that time a boy at school, and that if there was any seduction, it was the boy who was seduced by Mrs. Brown. The defence also expected to pro ve that Mrs. Brown had been kept by Dr. Miller,of Balti more, Mr. White, of Kentucky, and others, and that her criminal intercourse with these parties extended through a number or years. Mr. William Daltnn was first sworn.?Is and has been a hack driver. Remembersof a board ing-bouse kept by Mrs Dodd, and Mrs. Brown boarded there, and witness often took her out driving. This was about the year 1S:M, and Mrs Brown at that time had a small child, which she took out driving with her. Witness remembers Col. Larned Mr. Davidge here desired to prove by wit ness that Col Larned was in the habit of driving out with Mrs. Brown about this time; but the question was objected to bv the plain tiff, and the witness was withdrawn. Aw Ari?i.ioTBT> Family?On Friday morn ing last, just before Mrs Tippett, one ot the un ?forturate females who perished by the (explo sion at the Arsenal, went to work, she was ap prise d of the fact that her husband, a private in the 1st regiment I). c. |cavalry, had been wounded in one of the battles on the Peninsu la. 'Jn Friday night, & few hours after the ac cid nt, Mrs. Arnold, Mrs. Tippett's mother, w: plunged inte yet deeper grief by receiving ipiormation of the death of her son-in-law. By th.?e sad casualties three or four v?ry young children are left to the support of their grand mother. who is a poor woman, and lives by bard dai ly labor. Scudbb Death or an Officer.?Yesterday, Lieutenant Karnum, of the llth Connecticut volunteers, who was wounded in dne of the battles ot the late campaign under Grant, aud who bad his leg amputated, died at the United States Hotel from the effects of a secondary hemorrhage. The death was rather sadden, as the Lieutenant was progressing finely in the morning, and was in a comparatively healthy condition, and in response to inquiries of fiends stated that he felt first-rate, aud ba 1 eveii ne had a fair prospect of recovery. Half an hour thereafter he was a corpse, one of the 1 gatures having broken, and in a few mo m ii s he died. His body will be embalmed by Dr. liolmes preparatory to being sent Nqrth. Mazeita.?This charming, popular and thrilling Oriental pageant will be produced to night at Grover s Thaiuei in magnificent style, Mist- Kate Vauce, the beauti'ul young eques trienne, sustaining the duplet role of Casslmir and Mazeppa, and exhibiting wonderful feats of equestrianism on her trained steed " Don Juan." Messrs. Myrcn, Koc tie, Karnes, Chap man, Sheldon, Clarke, Miss Annie Ward. Mrs. .Myron, and the entire company appearing in Her support _ Pkr-iuby Case Dismiss*".?Saturday, the rm.-e of Elizabeth Shorter, for false swearing, inUie case ot William F Prultt, was taken up by Justice Kinsey. Mr Pruitt, in considera tlon of the tact that sbe is alwuly bound for cnmtfor grand larceny, asked tnat this case ^ vtitcli wfts don?. MARJtlKD, On the UtJ? instant, by tit* R?t. Mr. Finkel. WILLIAM THOMAS, of Baltimore, to Mia* MAKT BCIiUL'ZB. of this fitf. * [Baltimore Sun p1t>Mi> copy J In Georgetown, bv the Be*. J. H. 0- Bonte. June IS 1M4, S. 8 RANKIN, E?q.. merchant, Water street. Georgetown, and Miss SARAH I. ARM STRONG. cf Dublin. Ireland. * [Philadelphia papers please copy.] On the 19th. by Mr. Remie. JOSEPH THOMAS, of Georgetown, to Miss JENNIE HARMON, of the same place. . * DIED, On tbe 19th instant, of wound" received in the battle of Coal Ilarbor. LUCIEN LASSELLK, 1st sergeant of Compsny H. 1st California Regiment, in the 30th year.of his age. His fnneral will take place this afternoon, from his father's residence, No. 27 2 7th street, between L and M, at3)ij o'clock. * In this city, on the morning of the loth instant, JAMF.8 A. SUTTON, only son of Catherine Isa bella and tbe late James Sutton, aged tire years and two weeks. ? The friends and relatives of the family are in vited to attend his funeral, at his mother's resi dence. No. 4(>1 E street, between Sth and 6th strf., this (Monday) afternoon, at 4 o'clock. * On the 18th instant. AL1CXANDKR. infant son of Alexander R. and Mary G. Shepherd, aged six months. The fon?ral wilMake place from the residence of his father. No. 35** Tenth street, between L and M, this day at five o'clock p. m. The friends of the family am respeotfnllv requested to attend. It On Sunday, th? 19th instant, MARGARET DYEB, in theStth year of her age Her relations and friend* are invited to attend h?r funersVfrom St. Peter's Church, at 9 o'clock To morrcwf Tuesday) morning 21st instant. * On Monday morning, June 20th. HARRY B., in fant son of Win. B. and Ann V. Dyer, aged 6 months ar-t 26days. The funeral will take place from thereBM"n?e bis parents, No 313 l?th street north, at 3 o'clock p. m. to-morrow. * JOHN BURCHILL, Infant son of Belinda and John C. Kendrup, Danish Vice Consul, aged eight months and twelve days. Funeral Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock n. m. from 633 Penna avenue. Capitol Hill. * [New York Herald please copy.] At Duddington, in this city, on the morning of the 17th inst., Major FITZHUGH BIRNIY. D. S. V.. aged 22 years, son of the late James G. Birney, of Saganaw, Mich. * PIC NICS, EXCURSIONS, &c. C FOR GLYMONT. J^TEAMKR PHBNIX. Captain 8tackpoi-, will leave foot f f 7th street every BUN DAY MORNING at lOo'clock dnringj the season, for the above Summer5 Resort. The above steamer can he chartered to private Sarties during the week, by applying to Captain tackpnle, or 324 Pennsylvania avenue, up stairs, jo 20 1m R EMXMBE& THK HIAWATHA BOYS. ' piPJiB & The Members of the Hiawatha Club, take pleas ure in announcing their FIFTH ANNUAL PIC-NIC at , THE WASHINGTON PARK, 7TH STREET On THURSDAY EVENING. June 23d, 1364. The Holy Hill band has been engaged for the oc casion. A good Police force has been engage ! to preserve strict order. Tickets Fifty Cents, admitting a gentleman and ladies. By order of Committee. Dancing to commence at 2 o'clock. Jelfc-ftt* F IRST GRAND EXCURSION DOWN THE POTOMAC TO glymont: By permission of the War Department, the com modious STEAMER PHENIX will make the FIRST EXCURSION THIS SEASON TO GLYMONT, af " I ?? fording the passengers a fine view of Alexandria, Fort Washineton. Mount Vernen, Fleet of Guard Boats, and other interesting scenes on the river. The steamer lvas^ieen put in complete order, and ?will leave the wharf at the foot of 7th street on THURSDAY AFTERNOON, 23d instant, t two o'clock. A BAND OF MUSIC will he in attendance. Dancing on the boat and at the Pavilion. The boat will return at a seasonable hour, giving all a chance of enjoying themselves at Glymont. REFRESHMENTS AND SUPPER can he obtained on board of the boat and at Gly mont, atn reasonable price. TICKETS For the Excursion, ONE DOLLAR. No Passes will be required. Je 13 It* Columbia gabdkn. Corner of 121* street and Ohio avenue. FREE CONCERT EVERY NIGUT. Monday and Saturday's Concert commence at 3 o'clock. with a full Brass Band. The coolest Lagor in the city always on hand. Je8 1m* FOR SALE?A good SODA FOUNTAIN, in per fect running order. Apply at 244 G street. je 18-3t* 11/HITE BAREGE MANTILLAS. T? BLACK BAREGK MANTILLAS, WHITE BAREGE CIRCULARS. BLACK BAREGE CIRCULARS. LADIES MISSES, AND CHILDREN'S BLACK SILK SACuUES. CIRCULARS AND MANTILLAS, A complete assortment at MAXWELL'S. 32* Penn. av.. iel8-6t between !>th and l"th streets. r|H) THE RESIDENTS OF THE ISLAND L. LKMKUL. WATCHMAKER A XI) JEWELER, No. 1!*t4K ftrett, between Eand Ftu-eis, Island, (Next door to Tenth District Station House.) Watches Clocks and Jewelry repaired in the most neatest style and warranted. Par - ticular attention paid to repairing of watches.^cSi Also, A large assortment of Books, Stationery and Fancy Goods constantly on hand. je 17-6t* P I A N O S . ~~~~ ECOND HAND PIANOS NOW IN STORE One for #60. s One for $30. One for #K0. One Upright for $90. One of Knabe& Co.'s Baltimore make, in fine order and tone, 7 octaves, and warranted, for $2<;o. One of Rosenkrantz tine PIANOS for $l8o. These are bargains, and we advise you to call and see them. Also, fifteen fine PIANOS of Chickering tc 8ons and a few of Hallett Davis & Co.?best makers. Old Pianos in part payment. JOHN F. ELLIS, 306 Penn. avenue, je 17-3t bet. 9th and 10th Sta. THE UNDERSIGNED, Citizens of Washington, having nsedthe REMEDY OF C. KEEN AN, No. 519 I street, between 6th and 7th streets, for the cure of Inflammatory Rheumatism, have no hesitation in saying that we are satisfied it is one of great value to all afflicted with this most painful disease. We therefore cheerfully recom mend it. WM. C. MAGEE. E. bet. 12th and 13th, MARY NEWTON. 4th. bet. G and H, MARGARET A. MITCHELL, GRACE HURDLE. I, bet. 19th and 20th, ROBERT WARREN,7th, bet. K and L. The above medicine can be procured at JOS. W. NAIRN & BRO.'S, corner 9tn street and Penn. avenue, and full particulars can be learned in re lation thereto. Price fl per bottle, je 15-eo2w* MEDICAL PURVEYOR S OFFICE, Washington. D. C., June 15,1364. All dealers in this city and Georgetown, who wish to sell to the Medical Purveying Department, are requested to send to this office, on the MONDAY of each week, a sealed list of the articles they may be prepared to furnish, at ehort notice, with the price of each attached to the same. C. SUTHERLAND, je ifl-tf Surg. U. 8. A., Medical Purveyor. BILLIARD TABLES KOR SALE.?The Subscri ber has THREE FIRST CLASS BILLIARD TABLES, nearly new, ?which he will dispose of very low. Inquire at the Billiard room, corner of lltli street and Pennsylvaniaavenue. je 14-tf %1/OOD FOR 8ALB.?About 4'*i cords of Wood, v v Oak and Pine, about three miles from Wash ington, on the railroad, and within quarter of a mile ofRivM' " Slip," and near tbe turnpike. For cale low. Apply to J. W. VEITCH, Attorney at Law. Bladensourg, Md. je9-2w* rpBE PUBLIC ARE HEREBY INFORMED 1 that the UNION HOTEL. George town, D. G.t has recently changed hands,} and is now open to the traveling commu nity. The hotel has been refurnished treme care and taste. Persons who are obliged to remain in the city during the summer months will find the rooms large, airy and comfortable. The Union Hotel is only 3u minutes' ride in thecals from the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Depot. Board f2 per day. je6-lm* S NOTICE TO BUTLERS. UTLERS WISHING TO CHARTER VESSELS for James River or its tribntaries, can have iXS. them furnished by inquiring of JAME8 H.^KHfc JOHNSON, foot of Eleventh itieet, Riley Wharf. je 15- lw D VETERINARY SURGEON. R. JOHN B. McKEY, Member of the Royal Collegji, Edinburg, Scotland. All diseasesi of the Horse treated in most scientiSe man ner. Charge moderate. Office at Chapin*~**"a A Matlock s,(i street, near 7th street, -Washing ton. DC. Je 6-14t? 'ATER REGISTRAR'S OFFICE, Jtntl Ift.1864. ;teH w . ^he *s this day informed ftthe Entineer of the Washington Aqueduct that if tajf-'" i ?f J0!? Aqueduct ii ample, rfMt rV? ?n^eep .the streets onite lree from dust. They can not only be sprinkled, but showered, if necessary, three or four timee each day. by means of private street piu*s or carts during tbe dry summer season." P u*s or Pulht frotue. therefore, is hereby BiTen that the restrictions heretofore imposed upon the u*#? of hand hose for watering the streets ire for the present, removed. By direction of the Mayor. !,uit K*ND"'i?i'il..";.T*t" 4o<i,oo(i WEATHKRBOARuING and FLOORING, new Ve in* laivled and for sale. H. N. EASBY, , j? 1* X' P strett nor^b^tb. ? ? Furnished or unfurnished nooMScan be bad at the corner of Uth and H street*. No. 333. Please call immediately. je FOP. RENT-Two ROOMS, on* iroitaWe for a store, on the finrt Boor. Apply on 14th "*r?et, between 8 aod T. fje2P-3t*) MttB. ADAM8Q1. A FEW NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS TO LET, ?with or without board, at reasonable r?tefl, and pleasantest location in the city, 367 Maryland avenue. [je?-2V] E.COLE. FORRB NT-PARLOR and BEDROOM, eonnect ing. snitahle for gentlemen or gentleman Ul lady. Inquire at 37 5 E street, between ^th and irth. jeJHJt* POR RENT?Five unfurnished ROOMS, suitable r for housekeeping. in a rery ples*ant location; within a few minutes walk of the ff?r and N?tt Departments. Apply at 571 corner E and 17th streets. j? 2>-2t OR ?ALE?A BRICK HOUSE an.i LOT, situa ted in the moot healthy location and splendid view of the railroad. Persons wishinc to bay a good residence would do well to call on E. street north, between 2d and 3d streets, Capitol Hill. Je 28-Iw* __ TO LET AND IMMEDIATE POSSESSION GIVEN-Oneof the finest FURNISHED R8S IDENCE8 in the First W*r<i, containing about 17 rooms. To be rent-d till the 1st of October, but not to he used as a boarding or lodging house. Inquire of .1 AS. F, HALID*Y. Real Estate Bro. ker,5 5 11th street, near Pa. avenue Je 30-tf FOR RENT?I wish to rent my DWELLING-, daring the summer mon*ha. It is on my farm in Montgomery county, about six mile9 above Georgetown. Tbe bouse contains five rooms, furnished, and a yery cool cellar. A sprint of ex cellent water within a few yirds of the house. 0. W. LANSDALE Apply to J. KIRKWOOD, 476 Twelfth street, who will give particulars^ Je a)-eo.'lt FH)R SALE?A "comfortable BRICK RESI DENCE. having ten rooms and a good cellar, well furnished throughout, and in thorough re pair, with gas, water, beating range, and <*verv modern convenience. Immediate possession. The furniture and property in fee for SO,**!. MITCHELL A SON, Real Estate Brokers. 8. E. corner Pa. av. and " :th st Je :0 eoot |Chronicle.| F~^fRNI8HlD HOUSE FOR RENT.-* or rent, until the 1st or 1Mb of October next.* com pletely furnished, two-story and basement BRICK HOUSE, with addition. The location is excellent, and there is a large yard with grass and fruit trees attached. To a careful party, the rent will be moderate. Reference required. Apply the hours of 5 and 8 p.m.. at the house No. 327 9th street, between L and M. je 20-3t "?TOR SALE?The one-half interest or the whole T in the leasehold for a term of years, Furni ture and Fixtures of a RESTAURANT in a ^?ntral location and doing an excellent business. This is a rare chance for one wishing to engage in the business, as the purchase can be obtained a* a very moderate price on accountof the partner having: business in a distant portion oftne country re quiring his presence, Information can be had at No. 66 Louisiana avenue, Washington, D. C. Je 20-3t* *? _ T( '0 RENT?Two neatly furnished CHAMBERS, _ 429 13th Rtreet,between G and H. Price 812 ar.d 115. Je ??-3t* TO LET?A small HOUSE of five rooms, in a private street. Possession given for a small bonus. Apply soon, at 43 7th St., Bear S Je 18 3t" FH)R RENT?Well furnished ROOMS in a p-ivate family. Inquire at 339 2lat street, near the avenue. ^ 18-lw OR RENT?An unfurnished brick HOUSE. con taining 8 rooms, near the Treasury Depart ment, Rent moderate to a good tenant. Immedi ate possession given. Inquire at the Star Omce. je 18-3t* OR RENT.?The three story DWELLING HOUSE, No. 501 E street north, between 21 and 3d west, with three story bacs building, av i the usual conveniences of a firet class rosidenco, Possession given immediately. Apply to CHV.S BRADLEY. Patriotic Bank. (Int.) je 18-3t HA KB CHANCE ?For sale, in the city of Al exandria, a HOTEL and BOARDING HOUSK now doing a splendid business. The reasons for (telling out are that the proprietor is compelled to go North. To a good man this is a splendid chance, as license is being granted to all respectable per sons. For further particulars inquire at Steam boat Hotel, footof King street, Alexandria, or ad dress for one week " J. M. T.," care of Harvey Warne, Alexandria, Va. je 18-3t* _ OR RENT?Three very desirable ROOMS, handsomely furnished. Inquire at No. 537yz H street, between 6th and 7th. je 17 3t* ^0 LET?Unfurnished ROOMS, in one of the most pleasant and convenient locations in the ci1y. 306 Delaware avenue, only one square from city cars, two squares north of the Capitol. Jel7-3t* OR RENT?A STORE AND DWELLING, on the corneRof S and 22d streets, containing six large rooms. If desired the dwelling can be rented separate. Apply at the corner of Pa. avenue and 22d st. je 17-3t? OR SALE?A small brick HOUSE and eood sized LOT, containing four rooms and summer kitchen. Situated on 4th street, between N and 0. For particulars inquire at GIBBs' Hair St?r?, 'ilvi Pa. av., near 13th st. je 17-lm CR SALE?The leiee for four years and six months of a private DWELLING, with or I without the furniture. Good location. R"?nt cheap Inquire at Auction Store No. 307 Penn sylvania av., of WM. B. LEWIS. Auot. Je. 17-3t ?/OR SALE-A MOULDING MACHINE an 1 r TENON MACHINE. Must be disposed of by 1st of J*ly, and will be sold very cheap for cash. Can be seen at corner Maryland, avenue and 6th st., Capitol Hill. |Je 17-lw*] B. L. NBVILS. I^OR KENT?A neatly furnished BEDROOM at No 3 Maine avenue, between \V% and 6th sts., Island, within afew steps of Pennsylvaniaavenue, and immediately opposite Armory Square, to a gentleman only. None others need apply. R'-nt $1H per month in advance. Je 17-3t* FOR RENT.?Two six-room brick HOUSES,hav ing been thoroughlyrepaired. Thelower floor of each can be uned as a store. Situated on st.. Island, now one of the most growing business streets in the city. Inquire on the premises, No. 170 4,1? street, between Est. south and Va. av., bet. 9 and Hi oVlock in the morning. je 17 3t' j QREA1 BARGAIJ0Br is yoVR CHANCE. For sale, a very desirable little FARM, containing about 38 acres of land in a good state of cultivation, and well watered, situated in Fairfax county, Va., adjoining Arlington Farm, 4 mile* distant from Washington city and only 2tJ minutea ..Ik to Georgetown o.rk-t^ Appl^,^ Washington city, No. 141 south B St., Je 17-eo6t* Island. OTEL FOR SALE. A RARE CHANCE ~A RARE CHANCE' THE SIMPioN HOUSE. Mr. KEYWORTn, of thin Arm. (Claggett <fc Kevworth,) will dispose of his interest in this pop ular HOTEL AND RESTAURANT. _ It has ten excellent Chambers, a fine Parlor, nice Kitchen, etc. The rent is oni* $13 per month, with a lease of two years and a half to run. The Bar is second to none in the city. The continued ill-health ot Mr Keyworth compels him to dispose of his in terest ill the hotel. For further information ap ply on the premises. je 17-lw* D EAL ESTATE FOR SALE BY HALL & EATON. H 14 ACRES, on Uth street, near Columbia Col lege, at a very great bargain. 40 ACRES, very cheap, near the Race Course, 5 miles from the city. 140 ACRES. SPLENDID F ARM, near city, at *50 per acre. 110 ACRES, near the city, highly improved, half a mile from station on the railroad. S ACRES, near the Race Course, at $ l.&O. HOUSES AND LOTS FOR SALE. WE WANT TO RENT A LARGE HOUSE, suitable for boarding-house, near one of the Departments, for which a good price will be paid monthly, in advance. HALL & EATON, Je 17-3t* Corner of 7th and F streets. Furnished rooms to let, no. 417 Penn'a avenue, between 3d and 4}* sts. Je 18-tit*: BARE CHANCE for BUSINESS-FOR SALE? A RESTAURANT,fine bar and twelve furnished rooms. Also, a fine hall, would make a good billiard room. Rent low. Good reasons given for selling. Call on the premises, 499 llth street. je 16-4t' FOR SALE OR RENT-A large brick HOUSE on 6th street, between II and I. Possession gives at once. Inquire of Dr. BOGAN. No. 455 lassaehusetts av., near 6th st. je 15-2w* ROOMS FOR RENT?From after the 20th inst., asuitot h URNISIIED ROOMS. Also,OFFICE. No. 424 Fifteenth, between New York avenue and II stieet. je 15-?u3t*_ A HOUSE and LOT FOR SALE, near the cor ner of 14th and U streets; cottage built; just finished; all nicely painted inside and out; water near the door; Inquire on thetpremises. je l$-6t* JOHN M. HILL. HIRTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS.? For sale, STOCK, FIXTURES, GOOD WILL and three years' LEASE of a well fitted up Restaurant on P?Dniyl_vani^ avenue,(thirteen rooms,) now in aCtiMilcH5fLi &ft80N', Real Estate Broken. 8. E. corner Penna. av. and 15th street, Je 10-eolm Waahington, D. 0. COR RENT?To gentlemen, two neatly furnished F CHAMBERS, Tn a very pleasant and healthy location, near the State Department and Lafayette Park, *60 New York avenue, and forty yards east of tbe horse cars running from the Oapltol to Georgetown. Rent low. le ?-tf I?0R~8ALE-100 ACRES OF LAND at Belts JT ville, 100 acres at Contee'a, W acres at Laurel, 300 acres at Savage, ISO at Annapolis Junction, Io?i acres at Jessop'e Out, ifiO at Hanover Switch, 46 acres near Kliridge Landing, M feres V aril* from Baltimore. All on the Washington Branch Railroad. For terms and description, apply to M. BANNON, 38 St. Paul's flt., Baltimore, Md. |e 9-lm' tM)B RENT?A la^ge STORB; good location fof ' I4 confectionery or ice cream saloon. Inquire at tht store, J10 I street west. )*6 lm ROOMS FOH KENT.?OomfortaMe and well H furnished Vounu> at 430 uth strent, between G and H sts. The location it cu of the most de sistjftle io ths city, my 21 tf F Pl _ OS 8A.LB.-lS.00n cuil will purcWa* th? r Heck, fiitare* ud furniture (tmth sift wears : lease at * nominal rnailaf a FIRST CLA3SHi>*ET?v in Washington, I>. C.. containing forty rooirn. This establishment i? eond?ct*d on tn? Knrop-on plan, and is thoroughly stocked and furnished with every modem convenience. Location the best ia Washing ton. with an extensive par in* patronage. ^ Call or addresa MITuHBLL & SON. Real Entato Brokers, 8. E. corner Penn.av?. and IMh St., my a-lm Washington. D. C H0T0GRAPH AND AMBROTYPB GALLERY VOR ltKNT, For rent, one of the 1 arrest and best located Gal leries in Washington, witfc all the 'modern im provements. None but first-class artists of hi^h reputation in the art need apply. This is a rare chnnce for a rood energetic operator with some capital. Apply on the premises to P. J. HRLLEW A CO., 510 7th Btreet. 3 doors soath of Odd Fellows' Hall. Terms cash, first month in advance. Je tf-tf TO RENT?An elf-cant HOUSE, with brown stene front, partially furnished, with all mod ern improvements, centrally and ploawntly lo cated, No. 4 44 K street, near the residence of Sec retary Chase, together with large brick stable. The premises not to be renteiT for a boarding h?.use. For particulars inquire of Hon D. R SOMES on the premises, or Capt. GEORGE ELY. No. 27 4>4 street. Possession given immediately. 1e 8-tf 1i*0R SALE?A large and well-built, three-story 1 BRICK HOUSE, with ba*k bui'ding. N?. 171 2d street west, between B and C st*. Immediate possession given. Apply to CHARLES H. LANK, 424 Pa. avenne. Je7-?otf 1 -^th^i^t1 W.arnad8?T^lT ,,n,rni?hed HOUSB, in session given the 1st of July. *inqn?r!Tat StiipOf" fice, or addreas Mr ivm h. ' I S1*'!!'' ;iViaKK:rK.s my 38-lm* WANTS, WANTED.?By a respectaT>le woman a SITl A? TION as chambermaid. Reference given if reqnired. Address Bo? <8 Star Office. It* WANTED-A 8ERVANT GIRL, as chamber maid and nurse. Inquire 445 Ninth street, above F street, opposite Patent Office. Je2ft-3t* ANTRD-An acceptable SUBSITUTB. for which a liberal price will be given. Apply at 334 Pennsylvania avenue. jeift.'-3t* WANTED?By a young woman 9 sitnatien as CHAMBBRMAID. NURrfE or WAITRESS. Address Box 20, Stfcr Office. It* W ANTED^Two good WAITERS, to whom good M wages will l?e given. Apply at 439, E street, mar 7th. je 20-3t* \\7ANTED.?An APPRENTICE wanted to learn vv the Baking business at. McKelden's bakery. No. 49ft 7th street. Apply immediately. [je!9-3t* W- ANTBD^At thTUnitedStatesHotel, a COL ORED MAN to take charge of the dining room. Good recommendations required. je 20-2t* YV ANTED?A COOK to do the work of three in " family. To a competent person the best wages will he given. Apply at WM. L. WALL A. CO.'8, south corner Pa, avenue and itth at. je 2> ANTED?A good WOMAN (white) to insist with cooking, Ac. Also, one to wash dishes and make beds. 1 nq 11 ire at the Gosling House, 2 17 Penn. av., between 12th and 13th sts. je 2t* w RANTED?A BOY, from 15 te 17 years of age. Must come well recommended. No other need apply. Inquire at the Jewelry Store. No. Pennravenue, between 11th and 12th sts. je 20.It* ANTED-A WKTTnUBSE~wi th a full breast of milk, for an infant under two months ol<l. Apply at 4ft Dunbarton street, Georgetown, D. C. je 20-eo3t* GOOD GRANITE CVTTRKS WANTED at ?-HF the Chestnut Street Bridge. Wages$3 per day. Pav every two weeks. CLARK, McGRANN A KENNEDY, je 2f>-2w Contractors, Philadelphia. SITUATION WANTED.?A young man. 21 years ?> of age, who has been in the service of his country for three years, wishes a SITCATION in a store in the city. Address "Reserve," Georgetown P. 0? I). 0J je 2"-2t* A RESPECTABLE STEADY WOMAN WISHES for a situation in a respectable family as Nurse and Seamstress or Chambermaid and Seam stress. Has good reference. Has no objection to town or country. Address, by letter, M. W., at this office. je 20-2t* WANTED?Two good MEN, who have a general knowledge of running and attending the machinery of a well regulated planing and sawing mill. Appl v at the corner of 13th and C streets, iu the city of Washington, D. C je 20-lw N. C. DRAPER A CO. WANTED.?A white SERVANT in a family o four persons, to cook, wash and iron. Call at 532 Maryland avenue, between Sixth and Seventh streets. je lS-3t* WANTED?An experienced BOOK-KEEPER, middle-aged preferred. Recommendations required. Address Box 522, Washington Post Office. je 18-3t? WANTED?A WOMAN to wash and iron, anl to do geqeral housework in a small family. Inquire at No. 352 C street, between 4>? and *;tH sts., next to bath houfce^ je lj-3t* ANTED?An ORDER COOK to go Ave miles in the country. Colored preferred. Also, a WOMAN to do chamberwork. to wash and iron; one who understands her business. Apply at Our House. 452 8th st.,near D. je la-2t* WANTED?A young MAN as Clerk in Grocery Store. One acquainted with the business, and can come well recommended, will hear of a good situation, by applying to Box 459, City Post Office. je 18-3f? WANTED?A White WOMAN, to cook, wash and iron for a small family, living a short distance in the country. Best references required. Apply at 392 Ith Bt.. between D and E. Je 17-3t* WANTED TO RENT-A HOUSE in the coun try, not more than live miles from the city, or near a railroad station. Address Box 554 Washington Poat Office, stating location and terms. . jel6-5t* IIT ANTED TO LEASB-A HOUSE and STABLE, v v in or out of the city. No objection to a few Acres of Land. Address Box No, 2, Star Office. Je l.Vlw* WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A SHOEMAKER. Apply at H TIERNAN'S, corner of Penn, avenue and 6th street east. je 14-lwT WA N T E D-SECOND HAND FURNITURE^ Also. MIRB0R8. CARPET3. BEDS. BED DING, and H0U8EFURNT8HING G00D8 of every description. R. BUCHLY, 42* 7th street, je 8-tf between G and H. eaat side. fA ftflA LADIB8 WANTED TO CALL AT OU,UUU PRINCE S Stamping Depot. 391 F street. opposite Patent Office, and get their Stamp ing, Stitching, Pinking and Embroidery done. As there are other Richards in the field, ladies better look out that thev come to Prince's, who is the only practical hand in the city. Be sure you go to W street, opposite Patent Office. mh 4 WANTED. FLUTING! FLUTING I WANTED, Every lady in the District to know that I have, at considerable expense, had built a very elegant machine for Fluting or Crimping Dresses, Ac. Dressmakers and others can have an v kind of goods Crimped at short notice, in as ^ood style, and as cheap as in any othercity. Ladies, remember this is the only machine in town, and done at the only place to get stamping done. 381 F street, oppo site Patent Office, Stamping and Maohine Stitch ing Depot. my 3 WANTED IMMEDIATELY?200 LADIES to Embroider on Muslin, Linen and Cambric. To good hands constant work and good wages given. Ladies applying will please bring samples of work. Apply at WM. PRINCE'S Stamping and Machine Stitching Depot, 381 F street, opposite Patent Office re IS PERSONAL. MRS. L. SMITH, an excellent Clairvoyant and Test Medium, 252 Fourth street, five doors above I street, examines diseases, heals by mag netism, sees your dead and living friends, tells character, gets names, reads the future, has great sympathy for tbe afflicted. Hours from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Je 10 2w* TO THB POOR AND UNFORTUNATE?Con sultation gratis from 11 to 12 m. Medicines without charge. DR. BBCnTINGER, Formerly Surgeon in charge in the Austrian and Italian army, informs the public of Washington that he ha# just arrived from Paris, and devotes his attention to the treatment of all kinds of dis eases. Particular attention to females and private diseases. He converses in English, French, Ger man, Spanish and Italian languages. His diplo mas from the most celebrated university of Europe hang in bis office, Penn. avenue, 502, near 3d street. Office fiours, 9 to 11 a. m.; 4 to 6 p. m. Je 7-3w GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS GEORGETOWN TAXES?An abatement of six ?T per cent, will be allowed on the general tax for the current year, if paid on or before the first day of Ju:y next. CIIAS, D. WELCH, je 20-llt* Collector. S Liverpool fine and ground alum, TURK'S ISLAND. SAINT UBES, ROCK SALT, for horses and cattle. For sale br ? I. TH08. DAVIS, Wholesale Dealer in Salt, Je 8-lm* No. 83 Water street .Georgetown. ?POWINO PROMPTLY ATTENDED~To7bfth# I Potomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac" "Gov. Cnrtin" and "Bell* Haven." Apply to the Captains on board, or to JOHN B. DAVIDSON, my 13- Water treat, Georgetown. AKfWff CARRIAGES! CARRIAGES!*.***! fflSjgL CARRIAGES I On kand, and constantly finishing ap., a fine assortment of Light CARRIAGES, consisting in EXTENSION and HALF-TOPS. Ac.. Ac. Aljo, several Light Grocery and B*pre? WAGONS, which will tie sold at rednoed rate*, to close out. Peraons in wuit would do well to purchaseearly, aa pricM are advancing rapidlv. BOBT. H. GRAHAM. Ooachmaker, je 17-8t? >74 P. %nd 477 Blghth ?tr?t. IIJ.I4M MiBI.IT BBQSTO INFOBM HIS fHoods and the that he ku eahaad a variety of Urge and beaattftd atrla of MenamaaU. Head ? to oee and *11 klm4s of MarbU worked U enter, aai is thankful f?r paat favo*a and ktyw to ??licit a eWe of their patronage, Fann^ avenaa, \s*^f9Ti letk and irt tvB, mh 5-toja** AUCTION SALES. ; yor-otAor Awtlw ?mix im flrti page. THIg AFTERIfOOW ANP TO-MORROW g? GRMN 4 WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. VALUABLI BUILDING LOTS IN VARIOUS PARTS OF THE CITY AT AUCTION On MONDAY, tbe2Pth inst , we shall sell on the premis?s, commencing on the first lot at 60 clock P.M. the following handsome Bnilding Lots in the Pl'?i W?rt, ri*: Lot No. 7. in square J8. front 49 feet II Inches on 2Mb street w*rt. between land K streets north, will be divided if desired into three lots. .LotHe. 1ft, same square, front 42 feet 6 inches, divided in twn lots. North pert lot 21. Mure 171. having a front of 20 feet on nth street west, between New York ave nue and B street north And on TUESDAY, the 21st inst., we shall ?eU, commencing at the first named lot at 6 o'c.ock P. M , vis. Part , o 3. in square 492. having a front of 22 feet Pinches on C street south, between 4H and 6th streets West, Island. We*thalf lot 9. in square 493, front 4" feet on ecuth C street, between 4H and 6th street* west, will be divided Into two lots of 20 feet each, if de sired. Part Lot 2 in square SH, it being the east ' f*et fronting on C street south, between 2d and 3i sts. Terms: One-half eash, remainder In sis, and twelve months, for notes bearing interest from Dwd livn and a deei ef trust taken Twenty dollars will be required paid down when the property is knocked off from each purchaser, andifnot paid the property will be put ap again and sold te the next highest bidder, je 13 d GREEN & WILLIAMS. Aucts. B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. FOR BALI AT PUBLIC AUCTION, ON THE SOTH INSTANT, AT fi O'CLOCK P. M. We shall sell in front of the premises the follow ing named property: Kieven (111 Lots of Ground on Georgia avenue, n?ar the Navy Yard, Washing ton, D. 0.. to wit: Square 996, Lots 11 and 12, corner of Twelfth and south I streets Two Lots; 11?47 feet front on Twelfth atreet by 75 feet on south I street 12?47 ieet front on Twelfth street, by 98 feet deep. Square 1 02ft. Lots 14-16. IS, 17. and 18, Twelfth street east, between south G and south I streets, five Lots; IS. 16, 17, and 18?48 feet 8 inches front, by U>9 feet 9 inches; 14?41 feet 2 inches fr ont. by 209 feet 9 inches. Square 1,"23, Lots 1 and 3. south L street, between Twelfth street east and Thirteenth street east; Lots 11 and 12,south K street, between Twelfth street east and Thirteenth street east. Four Lot*; l?9(i feet front on Thirteenth street, by 9.5 feet on south L Street; 3?Wt feet 3 inches front on south L street, by 1'S feet 6 inches; 11?60 feet 3 inches front on south K street, bv 102 feet 6 inches; 12?62 feet front on south K street, by 102 feet 6 inches. All these lots open on alley ways in the rear. T o be sold separately. Terms: Three-quarters canh;'bnlance inftandl? months, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. All conveyancing and revenue stamps at the coet of purchaser. Je 10-eed GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucts B Y J. 0. McGUIBE A CO.. Auctioneers. UNRESERVED BALK OP THRKB FRAME DWELLING HOUBBS ON FOURTH ST-IKKT WIST BKTWBKN I AND M 8T8. NORTH. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. June 20, at 6 o'clk, on the premises, we shall sell part of Lot 1. ia Square No. 515, fronting on 4th_street west, be tween L street north and New York avenue, im proved by three THREE 8TOBY FRAME DWELLING HOU8IS. Immediate possession of two of tliem will be given. Terms cash. This property will be sold absolutely to the high est bidaers, as the owner is about to remove to the West. Title perfect. _ je 14-d J. C. McGUIRI & CO., Aucts. |JY GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. VALUABLE LOT8 oiT" CAPITOL HILL AT AUCTION. On MON D AY, the aaa Instant, at 6 o'clock p. m., we shall sell Lots 20,21, and 22, in square 6H7, on B f-treet north, between Delaware avenue and First street east, and immediately norvh of the eastern park of the Capitol; decidedly the most desirable lots for Rale in that beautiful part of the city. Terms of sale : One third cash ; balance in six and twelve months. Notes to be given, bearing interest from the day of sale, to be secured by a deed of trust. Conveyances and revenue stamps at the expense of the purchasers. As these lots are resold at the risk and cost of a former purchaser a deposit of 9180 will be required to be paid by each purohaaer immediately after the sale. Je 17-d GREEN A WILLIAMH, Aucts^_ Y TH0S, DOWLING, Auctioneer;Georgetown. TWO STORY FRAME~~HOUSE AND LOT IN GEORGETOWN AT AUCTION. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. June 2nth. at 6 o'clock P. M.. I will sell in front of the premises, part of lot No. 234. in Beatty and Hawkins'addi tion to Georgetown, fronting go feet on Market street, near 7th street. The improvement* consist of a good two story Frame House with brick Basement. Terms: Cash, All convayaaeing and stamps at the cost of the purchaser. je 13-d THOB DOWLING, Anct. y Y THOS, DOWLING, Auctioneer; Georgetown, TWO STORY FRAMFr~HOUSE AND LOT IN GEORGETOWN AT AUCTION On MONDAY AFTERNOON, June 2"th, at 6>i o'clock P. M., I will sell in front of the premises, a desirable Building Lot, fronting 69 feet on the west aide of Fayette atreet, between 8th and 9th streets, with a depth of 120 feet,and improved by a good Two Story Frame House. Terms: Cash. All conveyaacingand stamps at the cost of the purchaser je 13 d THOS. DOWLING. Auct. B B Y WM. B. LEWIS A CO., Auctioneers. fi NEW BOOKS, ALBUM8, STATIONERY, &e? AT AUCTION. MONDAY EVENING next, June 20, at o'el'k, at our salesroom, No. 307 Penn, avenue, we shall sell tbe stock of a Bookseller, consisting of about fceve* hundred lots of Standard Books, in various styles of binding, as Poetical. Historical, Travels, Novels and Miscellaneous Stock. Also, Photo rapbic Albums. Blank Books, Letter, Note and lap Paper, Ac., A.c. Books for examination at our store on Monday. Je 18 d W. B. LEWIS A CO., Aucts. j^Y J. 0. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers, ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF ABOUT ONE THOU8AND CORDS OF FELLED OAK.HICK ORY ANI) l'INK WOOD, NEAR THE CITY. On TUESDAY MORNING, June21,at 12o'clock, at the Auction Rooms of JamesC. McGuire & Co.. corner loth and D streets. Washington, D. C., I shall sell about one thousand cords of Felled Oak, Hickory and Pino Wood, on the farm of the late Csptain Car berry, on the 7th street furnpike, and distant abont four and a half miles from ths city. The wood to be cowed and removed within davs from the dsy of Bale. Terms cash. RICHARD LAY, Administrator. Je 16-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO , Aucts. ??Y W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers GREAT 8ALE OF IIORSKS, CARRIAGE?, BUG tilKS. HARNESS. GOOD WILL AND LEASE OF 8TABLES, BLACKSMITH SHOP, OFFICE, FURNITURE.ilRON SAKE, AO., AT AUCTION, AT THE EXTENSIVE STABLES OF THOMAS CLARK, ESq , ON 14T11 STRBKT, BETWEEN THE A\ENUE AND D STREET. On TUI8DAY MORNING, June 21, commen cing at in o'clock *e shall sell, his large and valu able stock. embracing? THIRTY HEAD OF HORSES, ,, , Including, valuable Pairs. Match Horses, fine Driving and Saddle Horses, tOpen Barouches. 6 Phaetons, 7 Close Carriages, 14 Top Buggies, 4 No-top Buggies, 14 Sieghs, 10 Saddles, 4 Ladies Saddles. 13 Setts Single Harness, 6 Setts Light Double Harness, 6 Setts Hack Harness, Office Furniture. One fire proof Safe. ALSO. The lease, good will, Ac., of one ofthe best Sta bles in the city and having a lease of over two years to run. ALSO, Blacksmith Shop and Tools and Shop to rent. With other articles usually found in a Livery Sta ble. The above stock embraces one of the largest stocks offered at Auction, and we especially call the attention of purchaser* to this sale as the whole stock will be peremptorily sold without reserve. Terms cash. Je.8_d W. L. WALL A CO., Aucts. jp?Y WM. B. LEWIS A CO., Auctioneers. STBAW GOODS, DRY GOODS. Ac . AT AUCTION. Tl'KSDAY next, June 21. at 10 o'clock, at our Auction Store, 307 Penn. avenue, we shall sell the stock of a Jobbing House, consisting of twonty four dozen Leghorn Bonnets, twenty-four doien English Brsid. twenty-four dozen Florence Braid, five do/no Mourning do. Large assortment Hoop SkirtB, five cases Men's and Boys' Btraw Hats. Sc c., with a large lot of assorted Dry Goods, Fancy Gj?e??8'd*Q"&C' W. B. LEWI8 A CO.. Aucts. ny j, o. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. NEAT AND DESIRAbTb BRICK RESIDENCE ?UR A SMALL ITAMILV ON B STREET, BB TWEEN 2D AND 3D STREETS WE8T. Ob TUESDAY AFTKRf OON. Jnne 21st, at 6K o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell the weit half of Lot No. 2, in square No. 5b8, fronting 15 feet on the north fide of E street north, between 2d and Sd streets west snd running back 10) feet to a 25 foot alley, with the improvements, consisting of a handsome and well-built three-story and easement Briek Dwelling-House, containing nine rooms, the game being No. 614, on said I atreet Terms: One-half eash; tbe remainder In six months, with interest,secured by a deed of trust On tbe premises. Title perfect. Possession given October 1,1864. Je 14-d J. C McGUIRE A 00., Aucts. gY THOMAS DOWLING, Auctf; Georgetoji HANDSOME BUILDING LOT ON HEIGHTS OF GEORGETOWN AT AUCTION. I will sell at Public Auction on TUESDAY AF TB*NOON, Jnno Wat, at? o'clock. in front of the ?remises, Lot No. 9. on the oornor of Prospect ?fed Frederick streets fronting 73 feet on Prospect street and M on Frederick street. Persons want lug a beaatifail site, commanding a sslend id v ew down the Potomac will do well te attend thu sale. Tenta: Oa? fcalf oasi; balance ia six and tweirs B>C?&Ayaneiaf and staasgs at ttoe oost of the par ebaasr. Tittaporfeot, ujpn fcQWLIKG, AUCTION SALES. rrfl'RB DAYS. J?Y GREEN* WILLI 4MB- Auctioneers. ONE 7RAME HOUSE ON C%PITOL HILL AJJJ OK* IN TBI FIRST WARD. HEAR TBI glas* houhe.at auction. On TUESDAY, the ij?t instant w? shall Mil. i? front of the premiees.at 6>$ o'clock, west part of Lot No. 10, in Square No. 7*S. fronting on south D, M?mb 3a M>tf 41k streets east, with the improve i^euts, srlucn consist of a good two story Frame House. ? Also, at 6 o'clock same evening, we shall sell, oa the premises, sontk hal' of Lot 34.1b Squa ? IW Tbi* property front!Dp 21st. between north n and Water street# rim Ward, with the impr vrement*. which consist of * two story frame Bona*. Terms cash. All conveyancing at purchaser's coat, including revenue stamp". f 'ft' cd ea^h will be req-ilred to be paid down when the property 1?k?ck?4 off. Je LS GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aacte. by THOMAS DOWLING. AHet ; Georgetown. PKKKMPTORY 8ALU 0* VALUABLK AN? DKSI RAHLK BU 1 LI>INO- LOTS IN GEORGE TOWN AT PUBLIC AUCTION. Od TUESDAY AFTERNOON, June21*t. 1884. at 6 o'clock, I will sell, in front'of the premises, Lota No. *9 and 210 in BeaU's addition to Georgetown. Od TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Jun? o'clock, I will sell, in frontof the p pfo. 3*9 and 210 in Beall's addi' i">n to vm^irw? frorting ljo fe?t on West street wi'h % depth of 120 feet so Montgomery street These lots will be divided into f->ur buildiii? Irtts. each fronting 30 feet on the south side of West street with a depth of 110 feet to a lu feet alley from Montgomery street. ALSO. t The eonth part* of Lots 230 and 251, fronting 8S feet on the west aide of Green street, above Welt street, with a depth of 12' feet. ALSO. Part of Lota No. i?n and 119 in Beall'a addftlen to Georgetown fronting 4? feet on the eMt side of Green street, above Gay street, with a depth of lft? feet. Terms at sale. All conveyancing and stamp* at the ceetoftha purchaser. Je 9 d (Intel.) THOS. DOWLING. Auet UT GREEN * WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. HANDSOME BUILDInITlOTS ON TH> ISLAND AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY. the 22d instant, we shall aell, on the premises, at ? o'clock p. m., the following haadsome Building Lots, viz: Lots Nos. 1 and 8, in Bquare No. 321. No. 1 has a front on C street south of 67 feet, at the corner ot 11th street west. Lot No.6 has a front on Virginia avenue, at the corner of 12th street, of 118 f?et. Both of which Lots will be subdivided to sait pur chasers. Lot 8 fronts the Mall near the Smith sonian Institution?a beautiful location. ALSO. Immediately after the sale of the above, we shall , sell Kant part of Lot No. 4. in ftqnar* No. VT, : having a front of 32 feet on Virginia avenue, ma ! nine back about 1*' feet, between 3d and 4>i streets, ; Will be divided if desired. Te ma: one third cash; balance in sii and twelve i months, for not?s bearing interest A deed given ; and deed of trust taken. All conveyance at ooat of purchaser, including i revenue stamps. Title indisputable. Twenty dollars will be required of each pur chaser when the property is kuocked off. and if not : complied with it will be put up a^ain and sold to I the next hitrhest bidder Je 16-d tRep. 1 GKKEN A WILLIAM8. Aucts |?Y WM. B. LIW18 A CO.. Auctioneers. GKKAT BALKS OF RTiiK AND VALUABLE BOOKS. AUTOGRAPHS, KNG RAVINGS. PAlNTINGS.Ac., Ac . AT AUCTION. WEDNESDAY EVENING. June 16, at7K o'ela, at Mr. A. Hunter's Rooms, over tho Bank of Wash ington, we shall sell, all of Mr Hunter's stock of Hare and Valuable Books, Magasines. Law State Papers. Exploring Expeditions. Crimean Keoorts, Annual Debates ot Congress, Dictionaries. Mi*cel lareoUB, Religious Ac., with Coins. Cariosities, Autographs, Rare Plaster Rusts, Paintings, among which a valuable Picture of Jupiter, Ao.. by Cor regglo. Also, Secretaries. Book Cases, Shelving. Tables, Ac., Ac. Sales will be continued TUK8DAY and WED NLSDAY EVENINGS, until all are sold, as tne rooms must be vacated at an early day Catalogues of 2"K) lots ready three days before each sale. Books can be seen at any time, Je.9-tf fChron 1 W. B. LEWIS A CO.. Aucta ' B Y J C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. ELEGANT COLLECTION OF FR1NCH BRON7.8 FIGURES, BUSTS. AND GROUPS OF HIS TORICAL AS WELL AS MYTHOLOGICAL DESIGNS. THE IMPORTATION OF MESSS3. VITI BKOTH1RS. To be sold al Puhlio Auetion on THURSDAY MORNING. June 23a. at 11 o'clock, at our salea room, corner of Pennsylvania avenne and loth st., and will be ready for examination en the day pre vious to sale. Among the various subjects will be found? Fabius and Scipio, Peter the Great and Charles the XII, Guttenberg and Gallileo Pandora au< Psyche. Busts of Flora and Semmer, Warriors of Middle agea? Lonis XV, Tancredi, and Argan, Mousquetalrs, Painting and Mnsic, Peace and War, Columbus and Cortez. With others, a detail of which will be found in the catalogues. The above collection, per steamer Bremen, was selected by Messrs. Viti Brothers expressly for this market, and will be found upon examination to be well worthy of nublic attention. This is a sp*cial **>?., and the first of the kind ever attempted in this *tty. Je l"-d J. C. cGUIRE A CO., Auct's. ??Y J. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TRUBTEE'S SALE OF~THRKE STORY BRICK DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT ON NINTH 8T. WEST, BETWEEN O AND P8TREET8NORTH. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. June 28. at6o'clk, on t he premises, by virtue of a deed of trust dated September 23d, 1881, and duly recorded in Liber N. O. T. No. 2 and folios 1, et seq., and of the Land Records of Washington county. D. G.. I shall sell. Lot No. 9 in Crittenden's sub division of Square 398, fronting jo feet on Ninth street west, between O and P streets north, running back 94 feet 4 inches to a public alley and improved by a three-story Brick Dwelling House containing two basement rooms, saloon parlor, wide hall, and ttarM cham bers, with woodshed, Ac,, in the rear. Terms cash. Conveyances at cost of the purchaser. THi?MA8 8. BURR. Trn?te? Je.6- dts J. O. MoGUIRE A CO.. Aacte. B Y WM. L. WALLA CO., Auctioneers. U. e. MARSHAL'S PALE OFSCHOONlRIHDIAlf AND CARGO. In virtue of a dtcree issued from the Clerk's Of fice of the 8upreme Court of the District of Col umbia. holding a District Court, and to me direct ed, I willexpose to public sale, foroash. at thefoot of Sixth street Wharf,on the Potomac river, la the the City of Washington, D C.,on FRIDAY the 24th day of June, 1861, commencing at 11 o'clock The SCHOONER INDIAN, her Tackle, Apparel, and furniture. Also. 12 Pigs: a lot of Chickens, 1 bag of Salt; 1 barrel of Elonr, 1 Ham- a lot of Cigars, Lot of Beef. Mackerel and Sugar, 3Compasses' Sextants, Lot of Charta: 2Spyglasses, Lotoffoap; lot of Brooms, 1 small Glass. Also, immediately after the sale of the above, I w-11 sell? The SCHOONER MALINDA, her Tackle, Apparel and Furniture,fur ca*h, and 1 barrel Whisky, WABDH. LAMON.U. 8. Marshal. D C je 18-d per WM. L. WALL & CO . Aucts. B Y J. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers, TKUBTKB'8 SALE OF REAL ESTATE CORNER OF PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND 13TH STREET EAST. On SATURDAY AFTERNOON. June 25th,at?^ o'clock, on ihe premises, by virtue of a deed of trust dated M?rch 31. lfW4, and duly recorded ia Liber No. 31. folios 12 et seq.. one of the land rec ords fcr Washington county, D. D., I shall sell Lot No. 1, in square south of square No. 1,019, situated at the corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 13th street east Terms: One-half cask: balance in three and six months, secured by deed of t ust. (50 to be paid, on the ground at the time of sale. And tae trus tee reserves the right to resell, after four inser tions in the Evening 8tai. at the risk of defaulting purchaser in the cost of the sale, not being com plied With in five days after the day of sale. Conveyances and stamos at cost of purchaser. GEO. C. B MITOBEL1, Trustee. Je 14-d J. 0. MOGUIRE A 00. Aaate, B Y J. 0. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. LARGE SALE OF BUILDING LOTS. On FRIDAY AFTERNOON. June 24th, at 6 o'clock, ou the premises, we shall sell the whoie of Square 153. fronting respectively on 18th and 19th streets went, and north R and 8 streets, the whole subdivided into 64 desirable Building Lota running back to alleys. Terms : One-tbird in cash; the remainder in 6 and 12 months,with interest, secured by a dead of trust od the premises Cost of conveyances at tba expense of purchaser. W A payment of fau on each lot will be required at the sale. Je 13-d [Rep.1 J. C. MoGUIKE A CO., Ancta. Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aostionwra. B A BRICK HOU8E FOR SALE. On THURSDAY, the24th instant, on tke premi ses at 6 o'clock p m.,will be sold at pnblie auc tion. oart of Lot numbered 22, in Square 387, im proved by a three story Brick House containin?8 rooms. Possession 1st July. This property issit uated on loth street west, between N and O north. Terms: One third cash; balance in 8 an 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust the premises. ' fctampb and conveyances at the expense of pur cbai er If terms of sale are not complied with in S day* the property will be resold at the expense of the purchaser alter 6 days notice;n the Star Je IjMI GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aant's, " JfUSIOAL. J* WPUTA f*Mi in Y? be^is^ew able to devote the whore of his timet* instruction in nrasic to all those who mar U pleaaed to patrowise him. Prof. Espnta's method fa the same as is taught in Europe?that is, while he makes good performers of his puaila he mafceg good musicians ef them also; so tnarany one whe may receive instructions from him may aavaira th tt knowledge of Buaie as Will maks them oa? patent for teachars or profeeaiaaal- musicians Prof. Eeputa is new forming c.assee aad all wh? desire to enter mast apply early, as tha aankw i? "Ssv'tenau apply to Frof. JOHN ESPtTTA, Ha. 413 8th street e**t. Navy Yard. N. B. The cars pass Prof. Espata's realdeaoa eve ? ry six wuaataadnriag the day. ay V Im* ioMIlfif ~ll?? Ot; ?AM?^" T ranalated J trwmVk* French, with aotea by Major GeaerU HUl-ci.. ~1?. .114 UV. v t v_, ^

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