Newspaper of Evening Star, July 9, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 9, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAt, NEWS. ? *>?'?> ? AKLTKMKNT8 TO-NIti-HT. G rover's Thkateu ?This epscfons Theater rill be reopened tor oue night, ia order that toe attache* of the Theater may receive a com plixent&ry oet eat ten i*-vd 'hem. No com psny i? more wortl y ol a rousing beueilt than this one, as our theater-goers well know, from having seen most ui them Jon? upon the boards here. The entertainment will commence with the piny of "Rosina Meadows,'' and Miss Susan Dtnin and Mr. U. B. Bishop have volunteered to appear. This will be lolloped by a duott and dame by toe Oaidiaer Sisters; and the "whole will conclude with a drawins-room entertainment by the Sanlord Tronpe. Cantkiuh ?v.-This week has been a mot1 successful one at the Canterbury, and all vis iter* have been immensely delighted, for in addition to the regular company th? famous St. Oeorg? Sisters have been nriking stnrtliag splr itual developments without the aid of spirits. Johnny Redden, the dauee man, has been enter taining also, and the local drama, "Bush whackers of the Potomac," has been per formed. Georgetown Councils, July b.?Board of Jldertn'n ? Mr. Shinn offered a resolution ai lecting the market house committee to affix the prices of sumds in the warehouse, (market house) and for huckster's stands in the viciui iy:pas**d. Mr. Shinn offered a resolution granting; to Mes .-rs. Morgan Jc lihineh&rt the privilege of repairing the street in fiontox" their warehouse at their own expense, under the direction of ; he Commissioner. which was passed. On motion, Mr. IJeall was entrusted to pre pare a communic ation to the Board of Alder men, proposing that when the two Boards adjourn this evening, it be Mine die. The Board concurred in the following coun cil resolutions:- One in favor of H. B. Walker to alter the grade of a portion of the gutter of oridge Ftreet; to pay the claims of 1). E. King J. Li. Birch, Joseph Libby, and W. P. Wallach in tavor of ? M. Linthicum; providing for the paving of Second alley. Tbe Alderman resolution instructing the market house committee to affix the prices of the stands in the warehouse (market house) and huckster stands in the vicinity, was re turned from the Council with several amend ments, which were concurred in. Adjourned *in? die. Cov.mon Cow:ti ?A communication from :he Mayor, *nclosing a letter from Geo. S. Gideon," President ot the Metropolitan Police Commissioners, relative to the proportion of Georgftswn of , the amount required by the recent Act of Congress, to increase) the pay of tbe police, was referred to the Recorder, with a request that he will give his opinion as tothe obligation* of the Corporation to pay the amount required. A petition of T. J. Fisher and others, and a bill from W. I). Wallach, for advertising, were referred. The following resolutions were adopted:? To pay the claims of Dixon A; King, J. F. Blreb. Jas. Lihby, W. I). Wallach, and II. B. Walker, providing for the alteration of the grade of a portion of the gutter on Bridge Btreet: authorizing the Mayor to !?ase a portion of Market street, above "water streeu, to E. M. Lie thicum; authorizing T. J. Fisher and others to insert a drain under Bridge street; providing for the improvement of second alley from High to<3o?rress street. TT^ resolution requesting the Mayor to take ,-omFaction, by conferring with Col. Green, relative to lllliiig the quota of the town in the coming draft ef the militia, was rejected. The following from the Aldermen were adopted.?A proposition that whenthe Boards adjourn it shall be sine die, A resolution giv ing Morgan & Rhinehart permission to grade a portion ot a street leading to their wharf; and a resolution fixing the rent ot stands in the warehouse markethouse Ceete* Mabkkt To-day.?Boef, best cnts, *>er pound, 30c.; next, SuaiWc. Salt Beef, 15c. Dried Beef, i*a-.?5c. Veal, 19n20e. Mntton, best chops, 2(>a^5c. Lamb, per quarter, Si 5<>a #2. Pork, fresh, lba2Uc. Pork, corned, 15c. Bacon, hams, uncut, 22c.; sliced, 3uo.; breasts, 18a-2(ic. shoulders, l-.'alfic.; jole?,40al2c. Lard, 1-asW'c. Venison, S c. Batter 40a45c. Chickens, per pair, 81af2. Dncks, per pair, 75c. Eggs, per dozen, ICc. Tomatoes, 25a50c. CymblTna, :J0c. Cucumbers, 30c. Applet, new, per peck, ?1; dried, bOc.aSl. Potatoes, Irish, per peck. 40a?0c new, 91. Green Peae, 4?a50c. Whor tleberries, per quart, I5a20c. Green Corn, per down, SUa^ic. String Beans, per peck, 40a70c. Peaches, dried, per quart, (55c. Hominy, 10c. Chsrries, new, 5a25c.; dried, 25c. Currants, 15c. Raspberries, 30c. Blackberries, 10c. Gooseberries, iUc. Beans, batter, 23c.; white, ntalfic. Rhubarb, bunch, He.' Asparagus, 12c. Beets, 6c. Raddishee, 5al0c. Onions, 5c. Cabbage, per head. '5a20c. Lettuce, per head, 3al0c. Fish?Rock, large, each, 82.50a?3; small, per bunch, 50aWic.; halibut, per pound, 20c.; sea bass, 15c.; blue fish, 1.5c.; lobster, 12o.; stur geon, 15c.: pike, per bunch, 50c.a8I; perch, 50c.; Rve, per bushel, 81.70afl.75. Cornmeal, 70a75c. bhipstuff, 60c.a81. Brown Stuff, 6f)c. Shorts, 50c. Corn, shelled, Gl>a7Uc.; In the ear, per bar Tel, ?iia#io. Oats, per bushel, 90c.a?l.20. Hay, per cwr.. 8l.25aS2. Straw, Sl-50aS2. Clover Hay, 8i.50a81.73 Police Retorts?second Precinct.?George Wilson, deserter sent to the Navy Yarn. Maj. E E. Spaulding, fast driving; Mrs. Nazier, as sault; dismissed. Third Precinct.?Fred'k Francisco, disorder ly; Joshua Johnson and George Bennett, lar ceny; B F. Moxley, nuisance; dismissed. H. Burns, Wm. Cook and Wm. Smith, larceny jail for court. Wm. Edinburg, drunk and dis orderly; ?5 41. Anna Queen and Anna Lewis, fighting; 84.11 each. Bridget Murpliy, Timo thy lxnovan, 83.44 each Fourth Precinct ? Charles Smith, disorderly; Sl.60. Charlotte Green, do.; 81. Thom.isLun dy, leading a horse on a pavement; ?*2.60. Mar garet I>asey, vagrancy: woriihouse. Mary 'Thier, do.; dismissed. Pat McBenuy, deserter, militarv. Sixth'Pr'dnct ? Wm. McLaiu, grand larce ny, for trial. J. H. Perry, assault and battery: tail for peace. Christian Aekman, H. Battel's, asd V. Uellmuth, creating nuisance; 81 each. Tenth Fr'cxnct.?Julia Fleet, disorderly; 3*3. Henry Winter, do.; military. West Adams and W. Bucey. do ;.S~each. Wm. Uavis, do.; dis missed. W. F. Dodd. do.: S6.1H. Gustavus Hessler, do.; >1. Jeremiah Lane, do.; dis missed. Timothy Nolan, do. and drunk: .*5. P. Griffin and CallagHan McCarthy, fighting; 32 each. Mary McLlaughlin, vagrancy; dis missed. Paul Bart, selling liquor unlicensed; deferred. Wm. Murphy, Thos. Simpson ana JoHB P Kelly, drunk; dismissed. Attbmtt to Pick a Pocket?Thursday night Third Ass't Engineer T. A. Lynch, U. S. N., was in the Metropolitan Hotel, getting some cards written While waiting he felt a hand moving under his arm. on the "starboard side." He turned and remarked to the man whom he thought was operating that be was in the ' wrong place; "my pocket is on the port side." | At the suggestion of a gentleman, he arrested the suspected person and turned him over to Officers Lvncn and Williams, who carried ] him to the Fourth Ward Station-house. The prisoner gave his name as Wm. Duffle Id, and denied the charge; but Mr Lynch insisted that he was the right man, and the police held the prisoner for a hearing. A Sac rep Concert of vocal and instru mental music will be given to morrow night at Ford's Theater, by Prof. Withers and his grand orchestra, and Miss Juliana May, the prima donna, and Herr Wagner, a favorite tenor, will assist with operatic gems and se lections. Tbe orchestra will be composed of forty musicians, and the performance will be of an entirely sacred character. Fourth Was*) Statio* Cases ?Mary Kelly, Matthew Dillon, drunk and disorderly; Jas N. Boss and H. C. Tretttt, fighting; Wm. iiruwn, drunk; Charles N. RaWlln, sleeping io tbe street; dismissed. Emanuel Lee, elisor orderly; f 1 51-. S S. Sauford. tviolaUng city ordinance; John Johnson, striking a small boy in the lace; f l.iS. Secohd Ward Station (Tapes.?John Beas, disorderly; #1.5r. Joseph Shaefer, petty larce ny; ball for court. Stephen Jones, do.; dis-? mi?ed. Albert Hollidtty, disorderly; locked up- Anion Rice, profanity; #2. Frank Rice, drur.k, as. Mary Lounds, disorderly; 82. Daniel Webster, do.; ?2. Aune Langster, do.; 81 5f~ I Fo* Gltmoht?1The steamer Phenix, ('apt. VStackpole, will tn&ke another trip to Glymont to-morrow, at 10 'o'clock, thus offering a de lightful opportunity tor an excursion, a sail <iown the beautiful Potomac, and several hours' enjoyment at the romantic summer re sort, Glymont. Brnmutt Bki sh ?The bright light seen last evening it? a northeasterly direction from the city, which many persons feared causecl by an extensive conflagration of property proves to have been occasioned by the burning of a large amount of brush on the farm of ths iate John C. Rives, Esq.. near Bladensburg. Second Ward Station Casep?William Dorsey, dteorderly; t5?also, ball for peace. John Sprirg?. fiichting; locked np. Pat Co Kan, Frank o'Toole, drunk; S2 each. Annie s&nipter, drunk and disorderly; 91. Tux Le? Tvr.E ot Rer. J Sells Martin has been postponed.,Pcmioss. Had Nails,itc. Ccrosare the univerasl tormeotof mankind. To be relieved <>f these terrible evils, call oa J>r.' White sndsubmit to hii rQHOipalitti?ss. Yoaue rure to *et rflie' witlini.t experiencing pun. Of flce. 4'24 Penn*ylvani? srenqe f[?sne A Tucker's bnildins. between sna 6tH ?vreeU. Ke chsrrt ter ccusiiltation, !? U U i . ' c "to r SPKOIAL, NOTICES. Dipfasii or T9l NaKvce?< SsntlriL. Uri**** and fcsiUAL STSTEMr- new and reliable treatment ?in Reporta of the Howard Association?Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address D. J. Skillin Houghton, Howard Asso ciation. No. 3 South Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa. jc 30 3u ICR Cream Ice Crfawf? , The undersigned beg? leave to Inform the public that he has alwajg on hand a fresh supply of the choicest tiavors ' J Icr Ckea*. which he ia prepared to anpply to store*. sitlera, hotels, pic nu-B, parties, excursions, and families, st the shortest notice aod the most reasonable terms. Jos. Scturri*y>'s Steam Ire Cream Mutinfactrrr. No. 3^6<th St.,bet. G and H. Wholesale and retail. Je 23-lm" Bop.e Thhoat. COPGH, Cold, ' and similar troubles. if suffered to progxess. re sult in serious Pulmonary, Bfdnchial and Asth- ! rustic affections, oftentimes incurable. Brown's Bronchial Trpcjtks ! are compounded so as to reach directly the seat of the disease, and give almost instant relief. jelfl lm.r /. P. HJ CMS torn TH? HANDKRRCHTEr. Pha'on's "Night Blooming Cereus." Phalon's "Night BloomingCereus." Phalon's "Night Blooming Cerera." PKalon'i "Night Blooming Cereua." Pkalon's "Night Blooming Cereua." Photon's "Night Blooming Cereua." Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereua." A most exquisite, delicate and fragrant perfume distilled from the rare and beautiful Bower from which it takes its name. Manufactured only by Pfai.oK A So*, N. Y. ? brwar* or COURTtRPRITi. A.?K FOR Phai.on'5?Takk ?o Othkr. je I6-8m Sold by druggists generally. Hair Dry ! Hair Dyi?!! Batckelor's celebrated HrlrDyt is the but in lb world. Tho only harmless, raw and rtliablt Dy* know" This splendid Hair Dp*is perfect?changes Bei. Bo sty or Gray Hair instantly to * Glossy Blatk or Nmtvral Br oxen, without Injuring tho hair or staining the akin, leaving the hair soft and beautiful; imparts fresh vitality, frequently re storing its pristine eolor; and rectifies the ill effects of Bad Dyee, The Genuine la signed William A Batohblor , all others are mere imitations, and should be avoided. Bold by all druggists, Ac. Fae ry?81 Barclay street. New York. Batohelor's Toilet Cream for dressing the hair. Jy 7-eol COLOATR'8 Boxxr SOAP. , This celebrated Toilet Soap, in' such nnlversal demand, is made from the choicest materials, is mild and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scent ed, and extremely beneficial in its action upon the ekin, For sale by all Druggiate and Fancy Goods Dealers. Ja25eoly SlCRKt OlSKABKB. Samaritan's Gift is the most certain, safe and effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever discovered. Cures in 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 * friend to those who do not want to be exposed. Male packages, 9i; female, $3. Samaritan s Foot and Herb Juics?A positive and Sermanent cure for Syphilis .Scrofula,Ulcers, Sores pots,Tetters,4c. Price $1, or six bottles for 91 8old hy 8. O.Ford. Bee advertisement, mfi WilimiD TO On rr IB Six Dats.-Dt. Godfrey's Antidote, an English Specific of sixty^five years' standing, will cure Gonorrhoea in six days. No change of diet required. Pricw 81 per bottle. Sold by 8. 0. Ford, corner 11th street and Pi. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook. Alexandria. Ja 6-ly Bpckmatorrhoca can br Cursd.?Dr Band's Spe cific cures SpermatorrhTa, Seminal Weakness, Im fottnry, Loss of Pctctr. tie., speedily and ijfeaually. ts effects are truly maeical. A trial of the Bpeciflo will convince the most skeptical of Its merits. Price ?1 a box. Sold by b. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook, Alexandria. Ja6-ly ?*- DoFogT'a Sugar-coated Female Regulating Pill" are the very best in use. They operate speedily and efeatvely, andf being sugar-noted create no nanaea upon the most delicate stomach. A trial ot these Pills will prove their superiority over all others. Price B1 a box. Sold by S.C. Ford, oorner llth street and Pa.avenue,Washington,and Henry Cook, Alexandria. , .. Ia3-ly ThbchkaMstapd bbst Hair Dm nr*g* World ?never Fades or Washes Out ? Upham'a Hair Dye. 60 cents a box. The best in use. Try It. Soli by 8. C. Ford, corner llth street and Penn. avenue. Washington; and Henry Cook, Alexandria, a 6-lv ^ NbRVODB DRRILITT, SlMlRAL WlAX*I8S. etc., Can Be Cured by one who has really eared himself and hundreds of others, and will tell you nothiac but the truth. Address, witn stamp, . t\?_Try. .IdwaidH. Travrr, matt D& Lock Bex. Boston. Man. MARRIED, r..&UZL* y the Bev. Mr. Emory. Miss RBBLCKAH IRICKS, formerly of Ellicott's Mills, to Mr J. W. BKALL. of Washington, D. C. In Georgetow n. D. C., Monday, 4th of Jnly, by the Rev. J. Eastburn Brown. Csptain ISAAC STEEN to Mrs. ELIZABETH HILTON, both of Georgetown, D. C. * DIED. On Fridav, the 8th instant, after a short but nainful illness, Mrs ANNE GREEN, the wife of Patrick Green, s^ed 64 years and 5 months and 11 days. Her funeral will take place on Monday, the llth instant, at f o'clock, from the residence of her son-in-law. Peter McGinniss, No. 3W1 4% street The funeral will proeeed to 8t. Dnminick's ehnrrh, where Requiem Mass will be offered up for the repose of her soul. The relatives ana friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. * On Friday, the Hth instant, KDWARD GANNON, in the 21st year of his age, after three months1 sickness. Native of County Rosaconmore, Parish of Klphin. Ireland. His funeral will tske place on Sunday, the Irtth, at 2 o'clock, from the residence of John McGuire, 21st street, between M and N His relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend. * On the 5th instant, at 11 o'clock p. m., FRANK, eldest son of J. T. and Debrey Mortimer, aged 2 years and 6 months. The friends and relatives of the family are re spectfully invited to attend the funeral to morrow (Sunday) afternoon at 3 o'clock, from the residence of his parents. No. 569,Mai'ylaiidaven?c-,betweeu 9th and loth streets. * In Georgetown, on Friday morning, July 8th, of typhoid fever, LEWIS E- THOMAS, formerly of Virginia, aged 25 veara and 1U days. The funeral will take place from the M. P. Church, Congress street, Georgetown, I). C., at 4% o'clock on Sunday, the Kith mat. The friends of the family will attend without further notice. * On the 7th inst.. after a long and painful illness, ANNA BRUNETTE. ag?d 21 months and 4 days, the only daughter of Jos. M. and Emmer Dant. * On the morning of the 8th of July. ELIZABETH JOANNA, ase 10 months, only daughter of Wil liam and Elizabeth Mooney, [Baltimore papers pleaie oopy.1 At Eilse Hill. Fairfax county, Va , June 29th, JOHN FRANCIS, aged 4 years and 3 months, youngest son of Marcia A. and the late John R. Johnson. * I CHOICE STOCK 4*6 INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. 4*6 486 PAPSRHANGING8. 486 A select and varied stock of Gilt. Medium and low priced Paperhanguigs, Borders, Statues, Cen ter Pieces, &c. WINDOW SHADES. Buff, Green, Chocolate, Broirn *nd Gilt Window Shades, a variety of patterns; Shade Fixtures, Tassels, Ac. PICTURE CQBD AND TASSELS. Silk snd Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, dif ferent sizes and colors, a beautiful assortment; Picture Rings, Nails, Ac. OVAL PICTURE FRAMES. The largest assortment of Oval Frames in the District, warranted to be gilded with gold leaf; also, a variety of Dark Wood Frames, with a va ried stock of small-sized Oval and Carte de Visile Frames. ENGRAVINGS AND PAINTINGS. A few choice Engravings and Paintings always in store. Orders for Paperbanging and Window Shades punctually attended to in city or county. Terms cash fer goods or labor. J. MARKRITER, No. 486Seventh street, jy 7- * Eight Doors above Odd Fellows' IIsll. YMAN'S PATENT j fcELF SEALING FRUIT JAR. M e particularly invite the attention of those in tending to put up fruit to examine LYMAN'S SKLF^SEALlNG FRUIT JARS. Simple in con struction, they are more easily sealed or opened than any now in use. Samples of berries and fruit put up in these Jars last year can be seen at our store. Full directions accompany each Jar, for putting up all kinds of fruit, buries. Ac .Ac. 0. W. BOTELBR A 80N, Housefurnishing Store, jy 6 6t 318 Penn. av., between 9th and loth. pOR CAPE MAY. The staunch and commodiou" 8teamer MANHATTAN. ^ CAPTAIN E. A. BYTHER, Of the Cape May line, is now making her regular trips to Cape May. " Leaving Arch street wharf, Phila delphia, every Tuesday. Thursday1 ?nd Saturday at 9 o'clock a. m. Returning, leaves Cay? Mav every Monday, Wednesday and Friday o'clock a m. "topping at New Castle jfoinp and returning carriage hire included. Children D"ii price. Servaute $1 5^,carriage hire extra. _*"oTT*gMwiH be received after 8o'clock, and in iJ? must be prepaid. JOS^A STEWART, Agent. Tv* ^KRSIGNED HAS FOR 8ALE AT HIS iL?? 1 Wharf on the Kastern Branch I, PRIM K Y MLLO W MINB .? *t will be the interest of Build ers and otters to txamina before purchasing else whore. . f *n done at the shortest notiea, a, GREEN, WANT8. ANTED?A G4RL to do VhmnberworVc and " waahaiid ifob. Appiyftt 301 & street, be tween i3tb anJ nth s'.s. ? jy P 4t* W T> STrespectable yming Ia1y a SIT* '* v ?.*IOT* a> coj>y:st, or to make eatrie# to>'n '> C " ? GI^N1K HOUSTON,(isor^e WANTED?ABAKKR. A stwlv haml t<> take charge of the Baking for a Hospital. Good wages to k good hand. Call at Alii 11 street. from 10 to 12 a. m. jy 9 3t* V*/ ANTED?By a respectable ?woman, a SITUA ? ? TIOK to do general housework jna, private family. Pyrenees fciv^n ;f required. Address Box No. 16 j^Ur Office. It* \1" ANTED?A vihite WOMAN. au rook Oomi " references required. Apply on Georgetown He cat*, next Reservoir. between 1 and h p ra. Wp. gee ?12. 9:rt* WANTKDtTo buy. for cash, a small HOUSE, in Washington or (ieorgetown. Address sta tin* terms and locality. JAME3 B. SMlTJJ, Washington City Post Office. Jv ;t-3t* W ANTKI) IM M EMATELY-Ten or tw^H^ ?* VioMKN to WH"h. Aeplv at office of Na tionnl tti'ani Lauudry. 311 ? street, between Hth andl3hets. ? jy 9-3t* \\7 ANTED?An honest, healthy WOMAN, is " wet ntirso for an infant 6 months old. Apply (with references) st No. 334 H street, between?;th and 7th. ^ jy 5 3t ^JEAMSTBESS WANTED, competent to u?e Wheeler A Wilson's sowing machine. Applr at 150 Pennnlrains avenue.between 17th and Hth ?ts. It* WANTED?Tn a private family, ft good COOK, WaSH tR and 1RONER. German preferred. Nope but a competent person need apply N<>. 427 F atreet. between 6th and 7th. jy 9 3 \\i ANTED?A good steady WOMAN, for plain ? ? cooking washing and ironing. Also, a CHILD'S Nl.'RSE. References Teqnired. inquire at 403 0 street, between :?0 and 4}i. White or colored. lt~ WANTED?A GIRL, from 1J to 1G years of age, to do the housework of two in family., A good home and reasonable wages. A Catholic pre terred. Appl J corner of 7th an^ L streets, one square above Northern Market. jy 9 3t* WANTED?Eight neat respectable white GIRLS to work in a Dining room. To competent per sons good wages and a good home will be given. None but those that understand their business need apply. Call at the Star Office on Monday and Tuesday, from 12 to I o'clock. Jy9-2t* rjn:AMSTERS WANTED. Chief Quartermaster's OjJ!r?. repot of Washintton,) Washington*. D. 0., July 9,13tU. \ Wanted, at once. THREE HUNDRED TEAM STERS, each capable of driving with single line, and managing six mule teams. T j such w ho are competent to perform the duty, the pay per month will be thirty dollars, wilh one ration per day. an;* hospital privileges, inclrtding the best medical attendance when sick. Apply to Captain Charles n. Tompkins. A. O. M., T". c. A., coi ner Twenty second and (5 sts,. Wash ington. D. C. D. H. HUCKER, Brig. Gen'l and Chief Quartermaster, 1e 9- 19t Depot of Washington. WANTKD 1MMED1AT1SLY?Ten CARPEN TERS, on 10th street, between M and II. jyS3t" W. B DOWNING Ic l!RO. WANTED-A fcood GERMAN GIRL t., take care of chilriren and do general hou?>< work. Apply at 393 E street. jy 3 3t WANTED- A GIRL to do general housework in a small family. Apply at 131 C st., be tween 12th and 13th, Island. jy 8-3f j?0AKD WANTED.?A Furnished Room, with O Board. for a young couple, convenient to t'ho Departments. Private family preferred. Address, stating term*, "W 1),.'' Star Office. jy 8 3t* WANTED.?Wanted immediately, six PLAS TEREI'.S. to work upon the Washington A.meduct. Apply at Rock Creok Bridge George town. 0. ADAM?. je"?-2t* Ass't Superintendent. ANTED?A good 8ER VANT~GIRLfor^en" eral housework. Apply at No. 47 5 D st., N. E. corner of 2d street. jy 7-tf ANTED?A good COOK. WASIIER, and IRONER.ina small family. Reference re quired. Apply No. 400 4th street. jy7-3t* HOUSE PAINTERS WANTKD. - Two good HOUSE HANDS. Wages S3 a day. ^ M. T. PARKER A CO., jy7 3t* fi?) La. av., bet fith and 7th sts. Situation wan t k d? By a respectable la d y, >5 to do general housework for a small family. Apply st '?J42 L street, between 13th and 19th. j?7-3t? WANTED?Twenty-live thousand f2.vuou>pounda of old LEAD. Apply to THOMAS WT MIL LER. Plumber and Gas Fitter, 243 Pa. av., bet. 12th and 13th Sts. jy 7-3t? (CARPENTERS AND COACHMAKER8 WANT ^ ED?Fc.ur good CARPENTERS or CAR RIAGE MAKERS wanted to work on car repairs. Competent workmen can obtain permanent em ployment and uood wages. Apply at the Washing ton and Georgetown R. R. Co.'s Repair Shops, New Jersey avenue, near the Baltimore Depot, jy 7 8t A GOOD CHANCE?Wanted, a PARTNER, with 81,?fVina good paying business alreadyes tablished in this city. For information address Printer, at this office. jy <>-6t* WANTED?Every family to try the celebrated "K1MOLA," for killing bed-bugs and all rermin?a liquid preparation, guaranteed to be thq best remedy in \ se For sale by O. A. HOWARD, 431 E street, second door from Seventh st. Also, at lfiO King st., Alexandria, Vn. Jy G-Gt* Blacksmith!* a n d wheei.wrigufs WANTED. Chief Quartermaster's (Jjfitt, fcrpot of Washington,! Washington, July 4.18G4. \ Wanted at once, to work in Government repair shop>, Quartermaster's Department, D<-pot <>f Washington. One Hundred (1'*') good HljAUK. SMITIIS and One Hundred (100j ?<>?d WUfciiL The pay per month will be Sixty Dollars with one (1) ration per day, and hospital privileges "S^o'Captain CIIAS. II TOMPKINS. A. Q. M r A correr Twenty-second and U Htreetrf. Wuhinjton. D*C. D. H RUCKER, Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, jy6-18t Department of Washington. ANTED?One hundred HORSES to pasture, in Prince George's county, Md. PiicefGp^r month tor single horse, by the quantity $5 per month. Inquire of J. BEASLEY, Tfi Louisiana ?TjeIZ7f2w^aBl"Det?P' MR3. MJ M. BCITAAKP. H- OUSE"WANTED?In a central location, with about l'? or 12 rooms. Will buy lease and fur niture. Apply to W. L. H ALL & Co., Auction and Commission Merchants, south corner Penu. ave nue and 9th street. je2~.? \i7aNTED?1,000 LADIES to come and buy \\ the same number of Eml'oidered Yokes and Sleeves, Bands and Wrappers. We have reduced the price one-fourth, and now offer them cheaper than ever PKINCt, Je 21-tf " 3S1 F st., opposite Patent Office. r7www\ LADIKS"WANTED TO CALL A* DU,UUU PRINCE'S Stamping Depot. 3"?1 F street, opposite Patent Office, and get their Stamp ing. Stitching, Pinking and Embroidery dene. 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 rity. Be sure you go to f wtr^et. opposite Patent Office. rah 4 \\! ANTE D?SECOND HAND fORNlTURK. W AlVo. MIRROR8.CARPBI8. BEDS. BKD DING. an 1 HOUSEFUkNTSniNG GOODS of every description. R. BLCHLY, 42^ 7th street, je8^t^^^^^^^^^betwee^^^ndH^as^idw. boardingT ACCOMMO >st health) several oentlemen CAN BE i ^ dated with good BOARD in the "i. and pleasant part of the city, by calling at North Capitol street, H square from depot, jy 9-3t* y BOARDING.-Large and elegantly furnished front ROOMS, with BOARD, cau be obtained at 44 3 11th street, between G and H. Several day boarders can also be accommodated. This house is one of the finest in the city, having all the mod ern improvements, and eligibly situated, jy 9 2t* PLEASANT BOARD, at 43# ?th street, opposite Patent Office. ?*^t t>0ABDING?One large *00M, with twoL^eds, 15 for f(?\ir K^ntl^men, with first class BOAKD, at $26 apiece. Witbm ftve pkinuteB walfcor Post Of fice. inquire at 8tar Oillce. | jy7 3t UMMER BOARDING.?Pleasant Rooms and firat-clasa Board can be obtained in George town. in a deiigbtful locality, overlooking the banks of the Potomac. Apply at No. 212 Bridge str?>et. near Frederick 6treet. jy 7-3t MOTICK ?The old Hop Restaurant will be pre Jnl pared en and after July 11th to receive regu lar hoarders at II oer day. Also, two UrgeBooins for rent, suitable, for a party of iix gentlemen-No. 493 7th street, sign of the White Bey, jy 7-lw* PERSONS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH BOARD and LODGING at fa perweek^orfl Ser day, (at tbe Philadelphia Ho use, No. 51T Ne# ev Jersey avenue near Baltimore Depot.# je 20-lm* D. H. NI0H0L8. Proprietor. PROCLAMATION. , _ Mayor's Otfice, I Washington, July 8th, 1864 < Reprefentatious having been made to me. that rabid dogs are running at largP'in this city, thigis t<. notify owners of suci, animals that the follow ing section of the act approved January 14th. Bid, entitled ' An act relating to dogs," will be strictly enforced for a period of sixty days from end after ^ife^iVtrtuctti by the Board of Alderrrunand Board of (\>mm on Oifncil. That whenever itsha'l be made to appear to the satisfaction of the Mayor that any ani mil Tof the dog kind within this city, whjen sball be lor good and sufficient reason*, of which tbe Mayor shah betUe judge, deemed and consid ered mad, it shell be the duty of the Mayor to is sue his proclamation requiring that all animals ot the dog Kind shall, for a period to be defined by the Mayor w-aragood sub-tantial wire mutzle. se curely put ( as to prevent said dog from bitinic or snappii>g and any animal of the dog kind going atlarge during the period define* by the Mayor, without such lauizle, shall be killed and buried; and it shall be the duty of the poliee constables, or such other persons as may be designated by the Maior. to carry o*t the provision oi thixact. ' RICHAK1> WALLACH.^ ly7eo3t {Int.endCoL] Mayor. U- R L K O N . 414 PENNA. AVENUE. DR. LEON cures Gonorrhea, , " Ol^et, ?? ?' " stricture, , ?? ?? " Syphilis, ?? " " Seminal Weakness, '< ?? " In'lammation of Bladder, " " '? All Yenereel Diseases. jy 7-lm* Companion to the rebellion record. \y (tnlhiuln* Official. Rcp-r^. Narrativwi and Piste pMpers. both National %b(J R?bel. which were no? published in the regular iRsiies of the Rebel lion licvord. I *ol. 8ro.. Wifli Portraits^ jjj 1 rftAHvK leiLvX T FOB RENT AND SALB. MVO DKSI RABLK ROOMS FOR RENT?Cor - of llt&?nd U streets. just opp?>t>?t* Smithsonian. Locution uosnrpmsed. It _ ON K Prft^TPfl E r> KOOM FOR RV N'T-Two gen tlemen preferred, either with or without board. Inquire at 257 D street, betsrpen 13m *111 14tb. . Jy?3t* qiORFNT KOR A~VYw MONTHS?\ prettily 1 FURNISHED HOUSK. in ft pleasant prirt of the city. Poss?>s>-ion ?iven immediately. Inquire on the premises, 394 20th street, bet ween G and U. jy 9 it* FOR SALE?A RESTAUR ANT. ir. erood location on Mft^Hachr.avennp, between ??th ntnl 7t i s's. Satitfnctory reason* given f?r sflNjng. Ap ply No 4V0 Waf.-achuj.etts avenue. Price*250. jy ? FOR RENT-Ala-ge FRAME DWBLT.tNO.con-; tuirinsU rooms, on Maine avenue, between 3d nnd 4H streets, Island, ocupied by J. M. Youne. For terms apply at J . M. ^ OL NO, Jr., ft 4I'a. avenue, near 4',j ft. Jy 9-3t I^OiTRENT ?A RARE CHANCE-in the First Ward, between Jal and 2<d streets, on Penna. avenue?a STOBE and one ROOM; the best stand in the city for sognr, jeweler, dry goods boot, and shoo store?near tbe barracks. Inquire of P. CANfEVcor. 23d and O st., first Ward. It V Al'T AltLjHrRAC!T OF7 LAND NEAR THE t CITY.?We offer at private sale a valuable tract of LAND, cotitnining about 115 acres, lying in the county of Washington, between the Oi<l I>1 adensbure road and the Railroad, immediately est of the country peat of the late John 0 Ri v?s. w E?q. The land is ri*h and rolling', commands a fine view, and is capable of di viding into seven or eight of the finest building sites in the District of Colombia. For terms, Ac , apply to J AMES 0. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers. Jy 3 fit FOR RENT?Two handsomely furnished and very desirable ROOMS, w ith Board, if desired. In quire at No. 53? Yk H street, between 6th and 7th streets. ? jy8-3t* FOR RENT?A partially FURNISHED HOUSK, with a handsome piano for rent until Nut em ber 1st. 1H61. Apply at 1**3 G street north, jy 8-3t* FORRFNT-An elegantly FURNISHED HOUSE recently occupied by a Foreign Minister. Ap ply on the premise*, No. 374 I street, bet. 12tn and 13th. j y h 3t* I/OR SALE?A PROVISION STORE now doing a r good cash business?well fitted up?will be sold cheap for rash. Good reasons for selling. Apply to Star Office. jy*-3t? m*rorLD be rented on very reason a vv ble terms, for three months, a neatly fur nished IIOt'i*E pleasantly located. Address at once Box ? 06, Post Office. Jy fl-3t IPOR RKNT-A FURNISH ID ROOM, on first r floor, at 431 Twelfth street, between II and New York avenue. jv7-3t* PLBASANt' ROOMS AND GOOD BOARD, upon moderate terms, at 439 91b street, opposite Patent Office. Jy ' 3t (TOR RENT-One large ROOM, suitable for an r office; 414 Penn. avenue. Terms $15 per month. Apply at the Doctor's^ Jy 7-3t* For sale~chjTap^-bar room and fix Tl'UlS. Inquire at Mount Vernon House, corner nth ami avenue. Jy 7 3f* A RGB IRON SAPE FOR SALE CHEAP.?In -J quire at STUART ft CO.'8, comer 15th and F streets. Jy7-iw* 170RRENT?Onelarge.well FURNISHED ROOM, F in a central location. Terms moderate to a rird tenant. Apply at Ilemnler's llath Rooms, SH> C street, between litli and 7th sts. jy7-3t* FOR SALE?An EATING H0U8K. near Camp B?rry. Liceuseiaid. Inquire of JOHN CCD MORB. No. 65*1 II st., near the Government Printing Office^ jy 7 2t* F~ OR BENT-A comfortably FURNISHED 1101'BE. of five rooms, desirably located. For particulars enquire ?t J. W. DA\ IS' Printing Of fice, 490 Seventh street, over Ballantyne's Book Store. Reference required. jy 7-3t* F'OR-RENT-fT'RNTSHED ROOMS, suitable for a small family, or gentlemen, with privilege of cooking. This house is so situated that it can be used by two small families. The whole h' use will be rented to one family if desired. It is com pletely furnished for housekeeping, the family ha\ intt gone North for the summer. Will be rent ed until November, or lon^r if desired It i ? but two squares from the Post and Patent Offices and Seventh street Railroad: No. 4?b G street, second door from 5th. Call before 9 a.m. and after 5 p. m. jy 7 3t* rpo RENT ?Three or four UNFURNISHED .1 ROOMS. Inquire up stairs of 427 north 7th, above G. jy 6-6t* flM) LET?FURNISHED ROOMS, without board. J Apply at No. 27 2 V street, corner of 13th. jyClw* IpOR SALE?A RESTAURANT situated corner 1st and C streets. near th>- depot, to be sold cheap for cash. For purticulars inquire of WM. TURNER, on the premises. jy fl-ftt* FOR SALE-a nice BUILDING LOT. '(22 feet by 70) Mtuated on llhode Island avenue, between 13th and Ilth sts. Will be sold for cash, cheap. Title perfect. Enquire on the premises. Jy5-lw* Photographers, ambrotypists.?one of the largest SKY-LIGHTS in the city for rent, with fixtures. Call at 502 Pennsylvania avenue. jy 5-lw* ROOMS.?A lady from the North, occupying a nice house, will rent two or three ROOMS, finely furnished, to gentlemen. Also two or three Rooms to a gent and wife having furniture and desiring to keep house?169 E street, two blocks from Post Office, National and Metropolitan Ho tels. Every conveuience. Location unsur pawsed. IT 5-lw* A RARE CHANCE FOR A PRACTICAL BUS INESS MAN.?A Grocery, Li'iuor an.i Provi sion Stoit?Siort and Huu&eforrmi or lean and Fix tures fur gale.?The houBe contains store, parlor, dining room, kitchen, water closet and bath room. The #tore and rooms are completely furnished with (fa? anil water, and is an excellent stand for business. The occupant intends leaving the city on account of liis health. The house is situated on D street. No. 276. be tween 13th and 13}* stroids, 011Iy one square from l'enn. avenue. For terms apply to the owner oc cupying the house. je 2-3taw2w* FOR 8ALB.?The stock fixtures andleaseofa neat little RESTAURANT AND ICB CREAM SALOON, located in a business thoroughfare, will be gold n great bargain in conseouence ofill health of the owner. MITCHELL ft SON Real Estate Brokers, Je 23-eolOt* S. B. corner Penna. ar. and 15th st. yALUABLE MILL PROPERTY FOR SALE. A valuable Merchant Mill, situated on the Ches apeake and Ohio Canal, two miles above George town, is for fale. It has all the modern improve ments of a first-class Flouring Mill; has an ample supply of water, drawn from tho canal without charge, and incapable of manufacturing 12(> bar rels of Flour per day. An abundant supply of wheat from the upper counties of Maryland and Virginia, and from the Georgetown market, can be had at all times, while there is always a demand at fair prices in the cities of the District for the entire productnof the mill. For the last few years it has betn worked successfully and profitably, with a prospect of its continuance. For tlielarge'- part of the purchase money a lib eral credit will be given if desired. My only rea son for wishing to sell is my desire to retire from busineps. Apply to the subscriber. No. 7 0 Water street, Georgetown, D. C. je -J9 eo9f WM. II. EDES. I^URNlsnED ROOMS FOR RENT.?To gentle men only. 506 9th street, one door from Pa. avenue. Jo 22-tf. I70R SALE?WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. I The three story BRICK II0U8B, (and Lot.) No. 559. 9th Rtrect, Island, between D and E streets. It contains ni-ne rooms, and is in all re spec'6 a desirable residence and property. Apply to W. D. WAJ.LACH, Star Office. Je23-tf l^OR SALE?A small brick HOUSB and good r sized LOT, containing four rooms and summer kitchen. 8ituat?d on 4th street, between N and 0. For particulars inquire at GIBBS' Hair Store, 242 Pa. ay., near 13ta st. je 17-lm THIRTY-FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS.-For sale, STOCK. FIXTURES, GOOD WILL and three years' LEASE of a well fitted up Restaurant on Pennsylvania avenue, (thirteen rooms,) now in Ml^CHE^L^ft^oS', Real Estate Brokers, 8. E. corner Penna. av. and 15th street, Je IP-eolm Washington, D. C FOR SALE?A large and well-built three-story BRICK HOUSE, with back building, No. 171 2d street west, between B and C sts. immediate possession given. Apply to CHARLES H. LANB, 424 Pa. avenue. 1e7-eotf FOR RENT?To gentlemen, two neatly furnished CHAMBERS, in a very pleaaant and healthy location, near the State Department and Lafayette Park, 460 New York avenue, and forty yards east of the horse cars running from the Capitol to Georgetown. Rent low. Je 9-tf TO RENT-An elegant HOUSE, with Vrown stone front, partially furnished, with all mod ern improvement*, centrally and pleasantly lo cated, No. 444 B street, near the residence of Sec retary Chase, together with large brick stable. The premise* not to be rented for a boarding bouse. For particulars inquire of Hon D. E. SOMES on the premises, or Capt. GEOR0E ELY, No. 27 Ay. street. Possession given immediately. 1e 8-tf FOB SALE?100 ACRES OF LAND at Belts ville, U*i acres at Contee's, 5o acres at Laurel, 300 acres tit Savage, 150 at Annapolis Junction, 1M acres at Jess?p^s Cut, 160 at Hanover Switch, 45 acres near Elkridge Landing, fiO acres H mile from Baltimore. A11 on the Washington Branch Bailroad. For terms and description, apply to M. BANNON, 32 St. Paul's at., Baltimore, Md. je 9-lm* ROOMS fOR RENT.?Comfortable and well furnished Rooms at 450 12th street, between G and H sts. The location la on* of the most de sirable in the city. my 24-tf t/IDWlLL & HBNDBRSON, JY No. 367 D Strkmt, mir Nutth, Respectfully inform their friends and the publio generally tnat they have now in atore a well se lected assortment of WALL PAPERS AND WINDOW 8HADB8. which they are prepared to sell at the lowest cash PIWork done at short notice in the city or ooontry by experienced workmen. _ . Remember the place. No. 367 D atreet, near#th, franklin Hall Bnilding. ap31-tf PIANOS . ?. OUR New 8teinway ft Son's Pianos, and sev eralother makers, havejoat been e have also on hand one7-octave HUleta^^HB ft Davia, for >276,And several, that haTe'ilwTi jST.*! Suuiin HMSrft Mu,i?8U>rtof ? W " ai Corner lUh at. and Pa. av^ ^ THB LATEST 8TYLS8 VI 0* TRAW HATS CHAfl. l>. LOCK WOO** ft OO.'S, ? A84 r*,?T,| toe (. ?tk Mi I0*h aCa^ AUCTION 8ALB8. Far athrr Awcllon SbIm first pnge. B T JAMBS C. MfGUIRE ft CO , Auction^-. GOOD HOUSEHOLD KI KMTrftH AT PUBLIC SALK. On ^KDNEhlAY MORNING, Ju.y IS, c-om mecciucat 1>>o iJock, we snail sell, -t No. K street, betweenotb and 7th streets. t'm household furniture and effect* of it lady rimoviiii t < U the city. ramlrg in j??rt: A elvet covered Sofas ?tj<! Chai-s Hair-cloth, Rush, and Cnne-eat Chair* Marble top Center Table, W?lnnt Kteeere Mnrliic t< p Jiuri-au* ami Warh'tauds Mahogany. Walm.t.aud Pints Wardrobes Carpels, tnd Csctoi. Matt tags, and Oilcloth Mfthotfanj Walnut Siugle a 4 Double Bed atesds Hair. Rns1'. Serine, and other MsUre'^S slnut Extension ilinim Table ' i'esk, W ritmg aBtl ether Table* Win,i<v. Shades and Pictures, Clot's Drop Li*ht ami Sha4> a Fancy French China Dinner Set (jl?=s Ware. T'ilet Ware Bookcase an<i Office Furniture. Terms cash J> 9-d j C. McGUIRK ft CO.. ftnets. B Y J. C. McGUIRK &? CO., Auctioreers. ADMINISTRATOR S SALE OK GREEN HOUSE PLANTS. On SATURD AY MORN ING,iuly 2d, atlO??'clock. bjr order of the honorable Orphans' Court of the District of Columbia, I shall sell, on Square No. 91 near Boundary street, between 2Wth and 21?t streets, in the city of Washing-ton, D. 0 , a quanti ty of the finest Plant* snpposed to t>e in the United States, consifctiic of Jsp< mcas and Cape Jessa mines. Terms cash. Deliver* made immediately after tlie sale. WILLIAM DOUGLAS, Administrator of John Douglas, deceased. Je 29-d JA3.C McGUIRK ft Co., Aucts. #F~TIIR ABOVE SALF IS UNAVOIDABLY postponed until SATURDAY MORNING, Jul> 9th, same hour and place. WILLIAM DOrOLAS. Admit istrator of John Douglas, deceased. ir:-d J A 8. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. TTTE ABOVE SALE IS FURTHER UN aveddably postponed. and will take plac? at the Auction Rooms on THURSDAY MORNING-. July 14th, same hour. WILLIAM DOUGLAS, Administrator of John Douglas, deceased. Jy o-rt j AS C. McGUIRK ft CO.. Aucts. B Y J. 0. McGUIRK A CO.. Auctioneer*. FIRST CLASS BUILDING LOT ON NORTH I ST., BETWEEN 17 TH AND 1*Tn STS. WEST. On TH I RSDAY AFTERNOON, July 14th, at hslf nast six o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell Lot Nil 21, in Square No 1ST. fronting 45 feet on North I street, between Seventeenth sua Eighteenth *ts , and running hack 147 feet and one-half inch t# a S1* foot alley, and situated immediately east of the fire residence of Dr. Ward. U. S A., and i? believed to t>e one of the most eligible building sites for sale in the West End TtrmB of sa'e : One half ca?li, the remainder in six and twelve mouths, with interest, secured by a d''ed of treat on the premises. Conveysnces at the cost of the rurchasers. Jy H d J AS. C. McGUIRE ft. CO., Auet's. B Y JA3. C. McGUIRK ft CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S FALE OF TWO DESIRABLE BRICK DWELLI NO-HOUSES AND LOTS ON -J1ST 8TREET, BETWEEN G AND H STRKET3. Or. THURSDAY AFTKRNOON. July 7th, at o'clock on the premises, by virtue of a dned of trust dated July 86th, 1R-KJ, and duly recorded in Liber J A.S..No V2. folios 213 et seq., one of the laud reoordsfor Washington county. D. 0., I shall sell parts of Lots lettered " E" and "F," in Todd's recorded subdivision of original lot* 7,8 and 9, in Square numbered 102, fronting together 00 feet on 21st street we^t, between G ?.nd H street* north, and running back l>*? feet, improved with two three story Brick Dwelling houses, with back buildings, to be sold separately. Terms of sale: One-third in cash, and the re mainder in fi and 12 months, with interest, secured bv a deed of trust on the premises. Cost of conveyances, including revenue stacps, to be paid by the purchaser. If the terms of sale are not complied with in fiv? days, the Trustee reserves the right to resell at the risk and expense of the defaulting porcha^er. J.CARTER MARBURY. Trustee. JeCl-eoftds J.C. McGUIRE ft Co., Aucts r?~TIIE ABOVE SALE IS POSTPONED IN consequence of the illness of the Trustee until MONDAY AFTERNOON, J uly isth, same hour aud place, J. CARTER M ARBURY, Trustee, jy 8-eoftds J. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctl. B Y J. C. McGUIRK ft CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF HOUSE AND LOT ON MARYLAND AY ENUE, BETWEEN >TH AND 9T? STREETS EAST. By virtue of a deed of tra?t, dated on the 13th day cf October, A. D., 1;56, to Charles 8 Walla-.hand John C. C. Hamilton, trustees of the Franklin Building Association of Washington city. D C., and recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 124. folies 65, et. seq., one of the land records of Washington county, D. C., and, b" \irtae of a decree passed by the Supreme Coart of the District of Columbia, in chancery, in cause No. ?5, wherein H?nry Barron, et al.. in behalf of sail Franklin Building Association, were complainants, and Charles 8. Wallach, et. al.. were defendants, I was aub stituted as trustee in \he place and stead of the said Charles 8. Wallach, the mrvivin* trustee under said deed of trust; I shall proceed to sell, at public auction, in front of the premisfs,at six o'clock p. m , cn MONDAY,the ISth day of July next. Lot No 6, in Dyer's subdi vision of square No. 913. in the city of Washington, D, C..improved by a good two story Frame Dwel ling Honse. The property fronts on Maryland avenue, between Hth and 9th streets east. Ts rms: One-half cash: the residue in aix months, the deferred payment to l>e secured by a deed or tru*t on the premises. If the terms of sale are not fully complied with within fire d?ys from day of sale, the trustee will resell at the risk andcoit of the defaulting purchaser, on one week's notice in the Evening Star. Conveyancing and stamps at the coBt of purchasers. _ II.C. SPALDING, Trustee. 1?17-2awAds J. 0. McGUIRE ft CO.. Aucts. GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS f^p-NOTlCE?L/C?JVSES.- All licenses due the corporation ot Georgetown on the 1st of July next, must be paid within ten days of that date, otherwise they w ill be strictly enforced by the Metropolitan Police. je 21 -eotJylO WM. LAIRD. Clerk. (GEORGETOWN CORPORATION STOCK.? J Those persons who maybe disposed to pur chase Georgetown Corporation Stocli,which bears an inttrest of six per cent, per annum, payable quarterly, can obtain some by applying to WM, LaIRD. Clerk of said Corporation. )e29-dtlau & "LIVERPOOL FINE AND GROUND ALUM, TURK'S ISLAND. SAINT UBES, ROCK SALT, for horses and cattle. For sale by I. TH08. DAVIS. Wholesale Dealer in Salt, Je 8-lm* No. t*3 Water street, Georgetown. rpOWINft PROMPTLY ATTENDED ToTbytb* 1 Potomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac,'' "Gov. Curtin" and "Belle Haven." Apply to the Captains on board, or to JOHN B. DAVIDSON, my IS- Water street, Georgetown. QOOD NEWS FOR THE TRAVELER. A new line of I*. S. Stages leave Pennsylvania House, on 0 st., between<1. and 6th sts.. Washington, I). C.. daily for^? Rockville, Md-j,at7J? o'clock, a. m and Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays, by same route for Frederick, Md , connecting lines ! with Poolsville and other points. Having new and splendid Coaches, I feel satisfied that general batisfaction will be the result. FRANCIS CURRAN. Persons desiring to go from Georgetown will , find the stage at the Montgomery House, on High ' St., every morning at 8 o'clock. jy 2-1 wr j Jelling out to close. GREAT REDUCTION IN BOOKS, STATION- ! ERY, AND FANCY ARTICLE*. The undersigned offer to the trade and public i generally great inducements to purchase, as he is closing out his large 6tock ef goods preparatory to . leaving the city. G; eat bargains in Books, Stationery, Photo frsph Cards. Albums, Knives, Scissors, Razors, oai>s, Combs, Brushes. Perfumery, ftc., ftc. A large lot of goods at half price. Several very fine Show Cases for sale. For a short time only, at THE NATIONAL BOOK STORE, 278 Penn.avenue, bet. 11th and 12th sts., Washington, D. C. jy 1 lm . . * LADIES' WRAPPINGS LADIES' WRAPPINGS. Black Silk Circulars, * Black Silk Sacques, Black Silk Mantillas. Black Barege Mantillas, White Barege Mantillas, Gray Barege Mantillas, ... ? Misses Silk Sacques, M isses Silk Circulars, At MAXWELL'S MANTILLA EMPORIUM, Jy l-6t 3219 Pennsylvania avenue. PERKINS. STERNE & Co.. 160 Braadway, If. Y., UEXJCLU8IVE DEALERS IN CALIFOR NIA WINE. W? guarantee them all to ba ABSOLUTELY PUKE. for aale by all first-claM Grocer* and Druggist* >yerywEere. mh au-.tei* CARLVLE'S FREDERICK THE GRE AT, vol 4. SI 76 Guide Book of the New Jersey Central Railroad, 7fc# - Savage Africa, by Winwoed Reade.f1.60 North American Review for July, f 1.25 Blackwood's Magazine for June, J6c Denis Duval, by Thackeray, 60c Sabbath Readings, by Rev. Gardiner Spring, 2 vols., $6 Macana. by the author of "Beulch." Si 50 The Book of Days. 2 vols., II Inatrated f S jy 8 FRANCE TAYLOR. Tl TO BUILDERS. 1 ROP08ALS Will be reoeived for building a Chapel for the Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church, from the 4th to the It th of July. Plana and speoi - fi cations can ba seen by calling at 329 aouth B St., Capitol Hill. The Committee reserve th# right fo receive or reject all proposals. jy 2-3t* UK PENINSULAR CAMPAIGN AND ITS ANTECEDINT* a. Sloped by the report of ?en. McClwlan and other published doeumeuts. By Gen. J.&. Barnard, I val. and v>ap;$1. JeW MAM0K.T4FL0B, AUCTION SALES. FCTL'KF- DAYS. |> Y J AM KS C. McGUIRE A CO.. Anctioneer*. KXFCUTOR'S FALK OK SUPERIOR FURNI TURE. MIRRORS. CARPETS, PAINTlNQg ENGRAVINGS, SILVER-1'La TED WARS, Ac.'. Op MONDAY MORN I NO. July llth.atllo'clock, at the HiideDCi of tbe l*t* Gen. J. U. Totten, Cbif I Engineer I". S. Army, on nrrth G street, be tween l?tn and 19th stre?tst we shall sell the Fur niture and Fflect*. comprising? Utndnonic Velvet Damask, and Lea'ber-cover?! Sofas. Arm and Easy ('hair*. Marble-top and other Tables, I'miu. Ktagerea. Quartette Tables, Foot stools, Out frame Mantel Mirrors, Handsome Crimacn D*uia*k and Lace Curtain*, Cornice. Ac., Fine Oil Paintings. Engraving". Bronzes, ?ai other works of art, Cafe of Stuffed liirds. ' Portfolios of Kmrravir.c*. Brussels and Three ply Carpets, Oilcloth, Rugs Rod- an- Kyi-.,, Extension Dminc Table, Marble top S deboarl. Leather covered Dining Chair-, Lounge Mantel Clock and Shade. N a-ea, Oaf- Cliendeliers throughout, China. Gla>?, and Crockery Ware. Table Cutl< ry. Silver plated Pitchers, Wine Coolers. Caudlesucks. At., Mahogany an<! Walnut Bedsteads, Bureaus. Waah stnnds, and Wardrobe*. Superior Curlrd Hair Mattresse*. Bolsters an<l Pillows. Feather lied*. Ilu?k Mattresses. Blanket*. Cunforts, Toi'etSeta. Cnr'ains. and Shades, B< ukiases, M riling Table.*, Rocking a* d Kh>> {'hair* Calie seat Chairs, Heating Stove*. Fire Ir<.n?. Refrigerator. Tojretbi-r wish the u-ual assortment of Kitehsa Requisites. Terms cash. W G. TKMl'I.K, !'. 8. V. Eiecutoc Jy 6 d J AS. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. \\ Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Auctioneers. YAM ABLE I>W Kl.l.I \ G-HOUSE AND BUILD ING LOTS AT TUL CORNER OP NORTH II STREET AXIi 1'ITII STREET WEST. On MONDAY AFTERNOON, July llth, at half past 6 o'clock, on th.> prewise*, we shall se'.l, for account of estate of trie late Com. C'ane, parts of Lots l''and 11. in Square No. ijn, at the comer of l!>th street west and north II ktreet, together wltll tbe improvements, consisting of a three-story Brick Dwelling Louse, with bark-building*, sta bling A c. The property will be divided into thr*4 parts, two building lots and the house and lot oa which it stands, nth a inffieient side alley. Possession of the bouse will be given on the 1st of October, 18&4. Terms caah. Cost of convej ances and alamps to be paid by the purchaser. le 2d J. 0. McGUIRE A CO . Aucts. J^Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. AERY VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS IN J1331 B HAW 8 SURI'IY 1SI0N OF MOUNT PLEA3 ANT. ADJOIN ? NO THE BOUNDARY LINE AT 7T1I ANI) fTIl STREETS EXTENDED, On MONDAY, the llth instant, we shall sell, ia front of the premises, at 6 o'clock p.m.. the fol lowing valuable Building Lots, vie ?Lota Noa 42. 11, 41, and ?6. of J. B. llaw's subdivision of Mount Pleasant farm. These lots front on Tthand 8th streets extended, and opposite the Park -a good situation for business purposes, and outside or the corporation of Washington. Persons wishing to purchase handsome building lots either for private residences or business pur poses will do well to att-nd the sale. Terms of sale: One-halfcasli; balance in sir anl twelv e months, for notes bearing interest from the c'ry of sale A deed ei ven and adeed of trust taken. All eon? veyanre at cost of purchaser. Title indisputable. The above lots will be subdivided to suit pur chasers. Fifty dollars will be required of each purchaser when the property is knocked off, and if not pail down it will be then put op and sold to the nest highest bidder who shall comply with the terms. Jyti-d GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucta. |^ Y GREEN'A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers, GUARDIAN'S SALE o7~VALUABLE BUILD ING LOT ON NORTH I. KBTWEBN I4TH AND I.V1H STREETS WEST, AT AUCTION. On MONDAY, the llth day of Juljr next, L64, I shall sell. In front of the premises, at C o clock Sm. by virtue of a decree of the Orphans' Oonrt ated the 12th day of Mar, 13(5, ratified and oon firmedby the Supreme Court of the Diitrict of Columbia on the lsth day of May, 1^3, the follow ing described handsome building lots, vi* : Lot numbered four (4) in Square numbered two hundred and eighteen, (218.) it having a front of 41 feet 7 inebes on north I. between 14th and ISth streets west, running back with a side aller to a JO feet alley 14? feet 7 Inches. Terms : One half caah; balance in six months, the purchaser to give note for tbe deferred pay ment, bearing interest from tbe day of ftgle, and tecured to the satisfaction of the Guardian. Ail conveyancing, including revenue stamps, at the cost of the purehassr Ote hundred dollars will be required paid down when the property is knocked off, and if the whole Urmi are not complied with in five days after M^e the Guarlian reserve* the right to resell the prop erty at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur chaser by ad ver?isinf such resale in the National Intelligencer three times. Title perfect Mrs. ELIZA ANN DRANE. Guardian. Je 23-eodAds GREEN A WILLIAMS, Amcts. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS. In execution of a decree of the Supreme Oonrt of the District of Columbia, sitting in eauity, passed in the cause of Hagner et al vs. Randeli et al., on the 7tn ins'ant, toe subscriber, as Trustee, will sell, at Public Anction, on the premises, at eix o'clock p. m.. on MONDAY, the llth day of Jnlv, 1864, 'lie following valuable BUILDING LOT8 situate in 8quare 141, in the First Ward of Wash ington city, via; Lot No. is, fronting 88 feet 7 inches on H street, between lHth and lyth streets, opposite the puhlls reservation on the south side of Pennsylvania ave nue, and running back 1H3 feet. Fart of lot No. 15, fronting 2*1 feet on H street near it* intersection with Pennsylvania avenue and running back about 13^ feet, with the improve irents, corsisting of a brick office. Lot No. 19. fronting on street 52 feet, and running hack 150 feet 9 inches. Ail tbht part of Lot No. 18, adjoining Lot No. 19, fronting on 18th street 37 fett 6 inches, and run nine back 13S feet 6 inches. Also, all that part of Lot No. 14. lying immedi ately in the rear of tbat'part of Lot No. 18, last mentioned, which ia now, and for many years kaa been, inclosed and used a* a garden with the aatid part of Lot No. 18, and Lot No. 19?theaaid portion of Lot No. 14 being 37 feet 6 inches by is feet 3 inches. This property is in an agreeable and improving part of the city, in view of the avenue, and very well located for residences. The Lots will bo subdivided, if desired, to suit purchasers. On the following day, TUESDAY the 12th day of July. 1&>4 in further execution of said decree, the subscriber will se 1, at the Auction Rooms of Jaa. C. McGuire A Co.. at six o'clock p. ro., the follow ing vacant Lots lying east of the Capitol: Lots Nos. II, 12, 13, and 14, in 8qu%re 93?, lying In one body, at the corner of north D and 10th streets east. Lots Nos. 1,2,15, and 16, in Square !H3. lying in one body, at the corner of north C and llth street* east. Lots Ncs. 1, J, 3. and 4, in Square 1 ,f35, fronting together 311 feet on B??t Capitol street, between 13*h and 14th streets east. Lots Ncs 1. 2,3,4, and JCh in Square 1,057,fronting to?ether 2W feet on East Oapitol street, at the cor ner of 15th street east. Lots Nos. 7. 15,16, and 17, in 8quare 1,110, front ing on East Capitol and south A streets, between IS'* and 19th streets east. Lots Nos. 1 and 2. in Square 1 112, lying at th? corner of south 0 and 19th streets east. Many of these are eorner Lota, situated on tha widest streets, on high ground Ac. The teims of sale prescribed by the decree are al follows: One third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, and the residue in two equal install ments. at six and twelve months from the day of sale, with interest, to be secured by approved note* or bonds. The Trustee reserves the right to resell any por tion of the property, in case tbe terms of sale are not complied with within ten days from the day of sale, at the risk of the defaulting purchaser, on ten days' notice in tbe National Intelligencer. Conveyances and stamps at the cost of tbe pur chaser. A. B. HAGNER. Trustee. le lfi-5?wAds J. C. MoGUIKJ A PP.. Aucts. gY GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. A GOOD TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE AND LOT ON G STREET, BETWEEN 4'i AND 6TII STREETS, ISLAND, AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY, the llth instant, at 6>? o'clock p. ni., we shall sell, in front of the premises, a good two-ftory Frarhe House, containing sl\ rooms, be ing part Lot 8, in Square 496. A good chance for a small investment. Terms ca-h. GREEN A WILLIAMS, jy 6 Auctioneers. I *Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. PEBEMPTORY SALE OF A FINE 8QUARE OF GROUND. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, July 12th, at fl o'clock, at the Auction Booms, we shall sell the whole of fquare No. 890, lying on north H street, between 7th and 9th streets east. The sale of this square entire affords a fine op portunity for investment or speculation. It lies well with the graoe in a rapidly improving part of tbe city, has pavement, & c.. laid on the Q street front . Terms- One half cash; the remainder in 6 and 12 months, with interest, secured by deed of truat on tbe premises. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. Title perfeol. } ^ McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. B Y JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. SNUG TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE AND LOT ON CHE8NUT 8TKEJCT, BETWEEN 14TH AND IfiTH STREETS. On TUESDAY APTERNOON, July 12th. at 6V? o'clock, on tbe premises, we shall sell parta of Lots No. 4P and 49, iu Drury's subdivision of Square 2 9, fronting 14 feet t inches on Cheena* itreet. between Hth and 15th streets west and P md Q streetR north, improved by a well-built two story brick Dwelling House Terms cash. Conveyances at the cost cT ta# purchaser BJr Immediate possession given. Jy 7-td JAMES C McGUIRE A CO., AuCtt. W.B- ^StOINETAND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. 497 Fifteenth street, je 27-lm* Next door to Eifga* Bank. 2JTOVE AND KINDLING WOOD, Hickory, Oak 3 and Pine, sawed and aput to any length and lire, also, cord length. Lowest market prices. _ ^ U. L. SHERIFF, OSceJV av.. betw M and aia. e? lro Mill and wharf. *W st. at Canal Bri<Tg?. PKREIENW. NEW TOPOGRAI HICAL WAg MAP OF THE SOUTHERN 81ATES, with a Jhroaologyof tie Great Rebellion; Meant*. V&AM0& TAJTLO

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