Newspaper of Evening Star, July 18, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 18, 1864 Page 1
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v?. XXIV. N2. 3.553. WASHINGTON. D. C.. MONDAY. JULY 18. 1864. AUCTION sAIESL Fl'Tl'HE PAYS |^Y J. C. McGUIREA CO., Aaetioneera. TRUSTEED PALI OF~ BRICK DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH H. KETWKBN THIRTEENTH AND FOURTEENTH STREETS "WSdT By Tirtut nft4>>?d of tro*t from Wm H. Gtani Hittend wife, dated the twenty-third day of Sep tember. eighteen hundred and fifty-eight. and duly recorded in Libe* J. A. S., No 141. folio* IS, O), and 439. one of the land reedrds for Washington eonnty. District of Columbia. I will sell at Public Anction, on the premise, on MONDAY AFTER NOON. July 6 o'clock.*11 that Jot;or parcel ? fland in the City of Washington. an* District of Colombia aforesaid, being parts of Lota numbered (??. twenty-nine, and thirty.(1. **. S',> in Square numbered two handatd and fifty, 'V> .) as said Lota and Square are mttrked. laid down and distin guished on the plan of Mid eily. beginning for Raid part at a point on the line of H street north, eight feetfourincbes,<8feet4incheg.) ea^tof the south west corner of said lot numbered one. and running thence east sixteeD fi'?t 8 inches, < li> feet 8 inches,! thence north ninety two feet.(92 feet.) thence*est KiiU?D feet eightinehea, { M feet 8 inches,) thence acoth ninety-two feet, (92 feet,) to the place of beginning. improved by a well built bricn house with all the modern improvements. This property lies just east of theDemenou build in**. and opposite the Presbyterian Church and is one of the aost desirable residences of ita clans in the city. Terms: One-half of the purchase money in cash; the remainder, with interest, in six months A d-ed will be given and a deed of trurt taken to secure the deferred payment. All conveyances, including revenue ?tamp?- atth# co?t of the purchaser. Should th? terms of sale not be complied with within three days, the Trustee reserves the Tight to re-sell at the risk and eTwnses ?>f the purchaser, a/ter giving one week's notice in the National In telligencer. or other newapcm-r published in Wash ingun. JNO. D. McPHEESON,'Trustee. ry? eoftda J O. MoGUIBB * CO.. Aactg. Y THOMAS DOWLING.Anet.; Georgetown. TBUSTKK*S SAL* B| authority of ft deed ofttrnnt, dated th? 9th "?ebruary 1&S7. and recorded in Liber J A. S., No. *>1, folio *224, from John Ellis and another, to se cure a debt due to Sam 1 Cropley and by hia direoi iion, 1 shall sell at auction. >n MON DAY.lst August next, at 5 e'clock in the afternoon, o* the prem ises, tbe piece or parcel of ground in Georgetown, being parts of Lots Xo.74 and 75. in the old town, fronting on the north side of-Water street, and beginning at a point 126 feet IS inches westerly from the corner of High and Water streets, and running from said beginning with Water street westerly 25 feet, thence north to a 30 feet alley, thence east with said alley y. feet, thenee south to Ihe place of beginning, with the houae thereon. Terms: one- third of the purchase money in cash, and tbe residue at six and twelve months?notea, with surety, bearing interest?and a lien on the ?remises until paid, and when paid the property to be conveyed to the purchaser; and unless the toims are complied with within five daya from the aale, a re-sale will be made, after a week's notice .an the Evening Star, at the coat and riak of tho defaulting purchaser. . , Deeds, stamp*. Ac., at thepurchaser's expense. W. BEDIN. Trustee. J?2S-3tawAda THOM. DOWLING. Auct. B TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Bcape may. Y RAILROAD FROM PHILADELPHIA FROM WALNUT STREET PTyB fT i ilA^WEST JERSEY RAIL-|ttj^Ig At 6 a. m., accommodation diue at If.Ja a. m. At W> a. m., etpreaadne at 1)? p. m. At ?** a. m.. expressdue at8 p. m. Returning, leave Cape Mav? ? a. m. express due at9}? a. m 11.46-accommodatioa due at 45c P. m. 6.10 p. m express due at RJi P-m. 'Through without change of cara or baggage. New ears, and everything flrat-claaa. * BWim J. TAN RENf'SELAER, Snpt. BALTIMORE AKD OHIO RAILROAD. On and after Sanday. June 19tb, 1864, Daily Traina will be run between Washington and Mew York and Washington and the Wast, us followa: FOR PHILADELPHIA, y& W YORK AND BOX TOy. .Leave Washington at/.SO a.m., 11.15 a.m., and f.SP p. m. daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at 8 JO p. m. only. FOR BALTIMORE A.\D PHILADELPHIA Leave Wellington at 3 p. m. dally, except San dy. Pa?*?igers will note that thin train ran* as Car a# Philadelphia only. for rrew tork. Lea?#Washington daiTy at 6.3# p. m. Titxi truiH is/or Nne York patenters exclusively. FOR BALTIMORE. Leave Washington at 6.30 a. m. .11.15 a. m.,3p. m.. 4.?{,p. m., 7.2u p. m , aud 8.3>? p. m.,except Sun day. tin Bcixlay at 7_"50 a. m.. 3 p.m.. a ad 9 JO p. m. FOR ALL PARTS OF Tllti WEST. Leave Wvhington at fi.3' a. m. an 13, 4.45 and 8.30 p. m. daily, except Sunday. On Sub Jay at 3 and 8.30 p. m Tickets sold to all points WEST, and bag tan chuktU ikroudk. FOR ASSAPOL1S. l^ave Washington at 6.30 a. m. and 4.46 p. m. daily, except Sunday. ? Ko train for Annapolis on Sunday. Trains leaving Washington at 7.3* a. m. and 6.3P p. m. go through to New York ur.'thout cJianKi Cf rars. Sleeping cars on 6.3" and8.*> p. m. trains. Bertha can be aeca'ed antil 6 p ra. daily at the ticket of fice After that hour they must be secured of the aleeping car conductor. The first and fifth traina Atop at ail way points. The 3 p. m. train stops only at Bfladensburg, Belisville. Lacrtl. Annapolis Junction and Relay House daily, except Sunday. On Sunday it stops at all way points. PARTICULAR notice. Pa?senger? will please observe that the 3 p.m. train runs only i.? Inr as Vhilnittpkia daily, trttrt ShhiIov. On huaday it run* to Baltimore only. Also, that tlie 6-30 p. m. train t iict iSeie York pasttngtrt emly. For farther information, tickets of any kind, Ac .apply to (iKO. 8. KOONTZ, Agent at Wash ington or at the Ticket Office W. P. SMITH. Master of Transportation. L M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. je20-tf ^REAT F1NNSYLVAN1A BOUTJ* TC TEB SORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST. ON AND AND AFTER NOVEMBER ISTH trains will leave Baltimore from the North Cal razt station as follows: l ast Mail at... ?_?; .9 9) A. M. Farrisbur^ Accomniodation_??.3.'*) P. M. L-ghtning Express?.? 9.30 p, M. 'IITE 6 30 A M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON ecijr.eets with theSJO a m. train from Baltimore for P!tt^bu^g and tive West.and forElmira, Bnff aio^i ochehter. Dunkirk, Cauaudaigaa, and Ni agara Falla. and for New York city, THE 3.30 P. M TRAIN^ROM WASHINGTON eocnes!* with the 9.3" p. m. train from Balti more for KImiraand the North and Pittaborc acd the West. SLEEriNG CARS 0N~NIGHT TRAINS. Bql r>i*Ki ' Ticxjsr^ at GovgRKKiar Rates. ONKTHROCGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY. LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME. ~ For ticAeta an d auy iafor matioa apply at the affic* of the 4 reat Pennsylvania Route, corner Penn avenue and 6th street, under National Hotel, ?aah*agtcn. J. N. DUBARRY, Superintendent N. O. R. R, E. J. WILRINS, a aad Ticket Agent, cor. 6th at and I**1* Penn. ayeoaa. 1 MP0ST2MT TO 89TLXR8 SUTLERS \ TILL FIND H. A. IMWNk'Ee * CO.'S OOHOEHTRA TED GUAM TO BE A MOST VALU fcBLB ARTICLE TO THEIB TllADE, It aella very rapidly, and i ? the moat economical article of d's*, for tbe offleer '? mesa. It U prepared k) one Minute, and makea a mtoat daliciooa Soap or Cbowder. It Ij highly rec ?nme???d by Arm Purgedr.a. Tbe proflta are lar.l*. H. A. DOWN IKO A 00., Manufacturers of Ckwoentrated Pood N?. 111 East 18th at., Now York. For sale by BARBOUR A SEMITES. Sole Ageatf, OA Louisiana Avenue, ee J ty Wajfcing'-ou, D. O M aESEY (XJLL1RS A OO.B PH1UADBLFH1A DRAUGHT AUB A?D PQ.ITEE. X am now reeeivtad large ?aantitieg.*f DEACOHT ALk and B'DETBB from Ui? eelehrated Brewery whiah 1 am prepared to tarntah on ah<?rt notlM to all p*r*ona a^o will favo? ase wHA the!' order a. hatu/actioa guarantied. Or Jeca gtvea to my d?t?a? wUVha promptly $X tended to. Oooda Aeiivarat la all parts of Kaahladon George tow a. free >f charge. Term*.?GaaA f* Uhttry. XLLJY A SHIJIII, Agesit, 9num &+ihnu Don*. AT trees St., if M geo??a?ws?. P. a 81A f?C A B IS KT OF" W5 h* DERS, AN A TUB I, ana MEDICIN E," have detent, ined-re*ardlasa of ex rf?a? to issue, free, ifor ti e benefit of sanering amanity.) four of their mo*t imftrnetive and in tereeting Lectures on Marriage and Ita easUiflca V.0**!. Nervoua Debility, Pr?niatai? Decline, In digertion. WeaAness, DepresaiAn, or igaoraage of Phv*M>logy and Nature's Law These invalaabl# lectures hare been the means of/nligbt#riJug ?.nd saving thonsaiids.and will be forwarded free on the receipt erf ^pur ataam, by addrasalng SmUark lartsimm Cahm* <*/ AtMomv omd M*Ii/??d. ?6t Breadway, Vemjtork . |q u.jT AUDUBON'S BIRDS OV N0RTH~AMVU0A, In tvau rola., royal eetavo of t?ct. and one mannlSseat foHo voluavc of ftlatee.l&ae 27 bv 40 tnehss.) in fl?g binding, for sale oog easy only priee IdOO. hp MB niMC fiVMR' AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DATS. gY i. C. Mo?9UIRB * CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTXB'S SAL* OP~VALUABLB BUILDING . LOT8. In execution a decree of tki Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in canity, passed in the cause of Hagner et al vs. Rand ell at al., on the 7tn ins-an*, the subscriber, aa Trustee, will ??11, at Public Auction, on the premises, at six o'clock.p. m.. on MONDAY, the lltb daw of July, I8M, the following Tain able BUILDING LOTS situate in Square HI, in the Firat Ward of Wash ington city, vis; Lot No. n, fronting 86 feet 7 inches on H street, between l*th and 19th streets, opposite the pnblio reservation on the south side of Pennsylvania ave nue. and raoniait back 183 f**et. Fart of let No, 15, troutine 2D feet on H street near its interaction with Pennsylvania avenue and running back about 1S> feet, with the improve ments, consisting of a brick office. Lot No. 19. fronting on 18th street 53 feet, aa4 running back MB feet 9 inches. All that part of Lot No. 18, adjoining Lot No. 19, fronting on Kth street 37 fe?t 6 inches, and run ning back us feet 6 inehes. AI*o. all tbat part of Lot No. 14, lying immedi ately in the rear of tbat'part of Lot No. 18. last mentioned, which it now, and for many years has been, inclosed and u?e4 as a garden with the said part of Lot No. 18, and Lot No. lft?the said portion of Lot No. 14 being 37 feet 6 inches by 14 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 tie subdivided, if desired, to suit purchasers. On the following day, TU KSDAY the 12th day of July 1864 in further execution of aaid decree the subscriber will eeJ. *t the Auction Rooms of Jaa C. MeGuire A Co., al six o'clock p. m.. the follow ing vacant Lot# lying east of the Capitol: Lota Nos. 11, 12. 13, and 14, in Square 938, lying In one body, at the cornet of north D and loth *tre*ts east. Lots Nos. 1,2,15, and 16, in Square 9*3. lying in one body, at the corner of north C and llth streets east. Lots Nos. i, j, 8. and 4, tn Square 1/TS5, fronting tot ether 311 feet on East Capitol street, between 13th and 14th streets east. Lo*s Nes. 1 2,3,4, and 20, in Pquare 1,057,fronting together 909 feet on Bast Oapitol street, ai tha cor ner of 15th street east. Lots Nes. 7.15,16, and 17. in Square 1,110, front ing on Bast Capitol and sooth A streets, between 18 th and 19th streets east Lots Nos. 1 and 3, in Square 1,113, lying at the ecrner of sou'h C and 9th streets east Many of these are corner Lots, situated on the wiiest stmets. on high ground. Ac. The terms of sale prescribed by the decree are al fol'owi: One third of the purchase money to be paid incaf-b. and the residue in two equal install ments. at six and twelve months from the day of Bale, with interest, to be secured by approved notes or bonds. The Trustee reserves the right to resell any por tion of the property. in ease the terms of sale are not complied with within ten days from the day of aale at the ri?k of the defaulting purchaser, on ten days' notice in the National Intelligencer. Conveyances and stamps at the eost of the par chaser A. B. HAONBB, Trustee. }e W5--2awAds J. C. MoGUIRB A CO., Aucte, KTTHI ABOVE PALE 18 UNAVOIDABLY postponed until THURSDAY and FRIDAY AF TERNOONS, July 21st and 22d, same hour and place. A. B. HAGNER, Trustee. Jy 15-d J. C. McQUIRE A Co., Aucta. JJY i- C. MfGCTRE A Co. Auctioneers. TRUSTER'S SALE OF EXCELLENT FURNI TURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS " On THURSDAY MORNING, July 21st, at 10 0 clock, at home No. Louisiana avenue, be tween 43* and 6th streets west, formerly the resi dence of Edward Swann, Esq., by virtue of a deed of trost d^ted January 18th. ?64, and duly recorded in Li^erN C. T. No. 35, fol oa P3, et seq., one of the Land Records for Washington connty. I shall sell all the -xcellent furniture and household ef fects, comprising in part? Superior Rosewood Case Piano Porte Pajr oi French plate Mantel MirrorB 52x73 1 French plate Piei'Glaas, 27x107 Handsome Rosewood brocatelle carved Eofa3, Arm, Ea*v, and Parlor Chairs Rosewood an i Black Walnut Marble-top Centre and Fancy Tab es Brocatelle and Lace Curtains and Fixtures Whatnots Reception Chairs Superior V- lvet, Rrusaeil, and Ingrain Carpeta throughout Number of fin** Engravings Extension Dinine Table. Sideboard China. Glass, and Crockery Ware Silver-plated Ware. Table Cutlery F??d and Tabl?' Linen, Towels. Napkin* Walnut and Mahogany Bedsteads, Bureaus, Ward robes, and Wasbstands Hair and Husk Matres-es. BoUters, and Pilkiwa Blankets, Comforts. Spreads Looking-glasses. Toilet Setts, 81iAdes Heating Moves of various kinds, riro Irons T' gather with the usual assortment of Kitchen Requisites Terms ca' . EUGENE CABLM. Trustee. jy 15-d J. C. McQUIRE A CO., Ancta. B Y J. C. MoGUIRB A CO., Auctioneers. I'EBEMPTORY SALE OF A FINE SQUARE OF GROUND. On PRIDAY AFTERNOON. July 22<1, at 6 o'clock, at the Auction Rooms, we shall sell the whole of square No. 390, lying on north ,H street, between 7ti and 8th streets east. The sale of this square entire affords a fine op portunity for investment or specnlatibn. It lies well with thegraie in a rapidly improving part of the has pavement, Ac., laid on the H street front Terms- One half cash; the remainder in ? and 12 months, with interest, secured by deed of truBt on the premises. Conveyances at the cost of the purchasers. Title perfect. Jyiva J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. B Y JAS. C. McGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers. VALUABLE DWELLING HOUSE AND BUILD ING LOTS AT T1IB CORNER OF NORTH H AND 19TH STREET WE8T. On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, July 21?t,at half pa*t six o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell, tor account of estate of the late Com. Crane, parts of Lots in and 11 in Square No 130, at the corner of 79th street west and north H street, together with the improvements consisting of a three-story brick dwelling house, with back buildings, stabling. # c. Tlie property will be divided into three parts two bui'ding lots and the house and lot on which it stands, with a sufficient side alley, Possession o! the hou^e will be given on the 1st of October. 1864. Terms cash. Costof conveyances and stamps to be paid by the purchaser. jy 15-d J. C. McOUIRB A CO., Ancta. SALE OF CONDEMNED QUARTERMASTER'S STOKES. Chitf Quartrrmaiter's UJfiu, Washington Depot, I Washinqtoh. D. C., July It! I.+54.f Will be fold at pubm auction, at Seventh-street wharf, in the city of Washington, on FRIDAY, Jniy 22. IN>4. at 11 o'clock a.m.. a lot of Quarter master's Stores, condemned as unfit for use, viz: Scoop Shovels, Chairs, Axes, Buckets, Picks Lanterna, Brooms, S?oves, Horse Covers. Old Copper, Letter freshes Life Preservers, Ae. Tables, Successful bidders will be required to remove the stores within five days from date of sale. Terms cash, in Government funds. D H RUCKER, Brig- Gen. and Chief Quartermaster. jy 16 d Depot of Washington. A UCTION SALE OF CONDEMNED HORSES, Wab Dipabtmbht. Cavalbt Buriao, Qfrit af Chief (Quartermaster. t w.,,^ Wabbihoto*. D. 0.. July 4, 1854.\ Will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION, to the high est bidd?r, at the times and places named below, vis: Lebanon, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, July 14th, Reading, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, July Slat. 1864. Harriabcrg, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, July 28th, lstM. Altoona, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, August 4th, 1864. William sport, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Au gust llth, lsfrt. _ TWO HUNDRED (3U0> CAVALRY HORSBS at each place. These horses have been condemned aa nnflt for the Cavalry servioo of the Army. For road and fart? purposes many good bargain* may be bad. Horses sold singly. Terms: Cash in United States currency. JAMinS A. b&IN| Lient. Col. and Chief Quartermaster, _Jy6-td Cavalry Bureau. j^ALE OF CONDEMNED HORSES AND MULB8. Chief Quart tr matter > Qjfc*. Depot Washington,I Waihmgum, D. C., June. 26,1864. I will be sold at public auction, at the Corrals, E.**5?tha Observatory, in the city of Washington, fiv-O on WEDNESDAY, July 6, 1864, and OB WEWlggDAY. July 20, 18W, a lot of HOBias And mules, r.J^^nediTnnflt for public Service in Government funds. Bale to-ooaiiaan* at 10 o'clock a. m. . D. H. RUOKER, . _ ?en. and Chief Quartermaster, Depot of Washington. j. ?f4 OUR New Steinway a'* Ban's Piano*, and aev eral other maker*, have been reoeived.? ^e have a'so on hand one 7 ootave HUletBHS A Davis,for 1276, and several, that haveHT?W been use4, at low price*. Mason A HamJIn'* CABINET OBOANB. at tk? Music gtcra of W. G. MBTJ0BOTT, >9 H Corner llth et. a*4Pa. it, AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL. MUSIC JOANTEBBURY HALL./ AND HAL L/CANTERBURY HALL.S THEATER LOUIfllAHA Atb?uk, Htnr Corner of Sixth street, Rear of National and Metropolitan Hotels. GkoHOb Lka_?. Proprietor. W. E. Cava*apgh_..__ ... Stage Manager THE POPULAR BUMMER RE30RT! THE POPULAR SUMMER RESORT! THE POPULAR SUMMER RESORT! THE POPULAR SUMMER R1SORT ! THE POPULAR SUMMER RESORT ! THE POPULAR SUMMER RESORT I OOOL, COOL, COOL, COOLER, COOT.ER, COOLER OOOLEPT, COOLK-T, OOOLB8T. The entire great Dramatic. Pantomimic, Operatic and Terpsichorean MONSTER COMBINATION. MONSTER COMBINATION, MONSTER COMBINATION, Id an ImmecBe Bill of NOVELTIES, NOVELTIES, NOVELTIES. Tbe Incomparable Ethiopian Comedians in a New Batch of CORKOGRAPHICALITTES, CORKOGRAPHICA' ITIB8, CORKOGRA PHICALITIM3. Including tbe Side-Splitting Farce of the MISCHIEVOUS -DARKEY, ' MISCHIEVOUS DARKEY, MISCHIEVOUS DARKEY. 1 . ?i - * ? ? JOHN MULLIGAN, In hid Great Charart**^ o' T)?H r ih?i? ?W? lnr?-n able Negro Extravagania, entitled RIGGING A PURCHASE, RIGGING A'PURCHASE, RIG-WING A PURCHASE, j t?. OA, THE WINE SELLER HOLD. ?ra d Characteristic MISCELLANY MItCELLANY MlfiCSLLANY i by tbe MAMMOTH COMPANY! MAMMOTH COMPANY! MAMMOTH COMPANY! New Comic Vocalisations by W. B. CAVANAGH. i? New Negro Acts by the Inimitable Trio, DOUGHERTY, WILLIAMS, and REDDENI Tbo Beautiful Characteristic Ballet, arranged by Mile Viota, entitled 1 THE SAILOR'S CARNIVAL! THE iAILORU CARNIVAL! TUB SAILOR'S CARNIVAL! i ' . To conclude each evening with the Comic Panto mime of COOPER V8. OOBBLER! COOPER V8 CORBLKR! COOPER VS. OOBBLER! Cooper.??.? .? W. B. Caranagb Cobb-er ? ? H. W Williams Old Man ? . ? ?.. ? ? ??J.J. Dougherty LADIES AND CHILDREN! Do not forget our V ' > SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE! commencing AT TWO O'CLOCK. THE ENTIRE GREAT COMPANY APPEAR IN A SPLENDID BILL 1 AdsuMion?Ladies 90 oonta; Children U Ogata, f? 4 . . ? V > 4 LOOK OUT POR N*W 7ACSS! % LOOK OFT FOK NIW VAGB8 ! LOOK OUT FOR NKW PACES! LOOK OUT #OB NEW *AO??l . 'u' AABlMiM 10 25 Orchestra?? ... . W Private Be sea, holding tlx penona .. I oo Tickets for sale at the Hotels and Restaurant*. Door* PitflniMaug to nb AMUSEMENTS. 38t&nt% A flROVER'I THEATER. SANFORD OPERA TROUPE GRAND CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. DICK PARK BR and the GREAT ALLIANCE. In all their COMIC ALITIE8. To conclude with the Contraband '? Jubilee, entitled _ GET ABOARD THE FLAT-BOATS; Or, who will find as now. jy lS-lw PIC N1CS, EXCURSIONS, Ac. rpHJ 6SAND EXHIBITION FIREWORK8?AND P10 NIC that was p< Rtponed on Thursday, the 14th instant. Will take place on THURSDAY, BEC BERT'S GARDEN, Navy-Yard. Bn tertainments to commence at 3 o'clock: fire-/ works at9 o'clock. Tickets 90 cento; admit-! ting gentleman and ladies. 13-3t? Remember the pic nic of the M1KRY SOCIAL ASSOCIATION At LOEFFLER'S CITY GARDEN on MOf*R*Y, July W. 1864. <y l?-2t* O. O. F. PIC-NIC.-The members of ORIEN . TAL LODGE, No 19, would, respectfully inform the members of the Order and their friends that I. TAb LOOUK, No 1H, wouia^^^. they will have a grand PIC NIC~^'^""S^^''^^" on MONDAY AFTERNOON. July 18th, 18M. at BECRERTf GARDEN. Navy Yard commencing at 1 o'clock. for which every arrangement has been made for the comfort ana enjoyment of all who may attend. Tickets FIFTY CENTS; admitting a gentleman and ladies Committee?F. Strebb, Lewis Kettler, Wm, Kettler. Jy 15-3t Remember the awkward club, whose PIC-NIC was to be given on Tuesday. 11th inst.. but was postponed on account of JR the recent e*citement,will take place /'IM. Olf THURSDAY, Jcly 21 sr, UiMk At WASHINGTON PARK, Seventh The proceeds of this Pic-Nic will b? impropri ated to assist in erecting a Monument to be placed over the remains of those unfortunate females who last their lives by the reeent explosion at the Washington Arsenal. The Committee pledge themselves that nothing will be left undone to make thisthe Pic-Nic of the season. COMMITTKB. A. W Busey, G. W. flchafer, A. A. Bishop, G. Tucker, jy lft-St* R. King. SFOR GLYMONT. T2AMER PHhNIX. Captain Stack pole, will leave foot of 7th street every SUN DAY Morning at iu o'clock duringj the season, for the above Summer Resort. The above steamer can be chartered to private Sarties during the week, by applying to Captain tack pole, or 334 Pennsylvania avenue, upstairs Je2C-lm PERSONAL. o NLY FIFTEEN WEEKS IN AMERICA. DR. BECHTINGKR, formerly Burgeon in charge in the Austrian and Italian army, oc cupied himself with the treatment of all kinds of diseases. Particular attention given to Female Diseases and Private Diseases. Besides the knowl edge of three oH languages, he converses in Eng. lien, French. Italian, German, and 8panish lan guages. His Imperial Commissions ana his Diplo mas from the most celebrated university of Europe hang in his office. No. 499 Seventh street. Dr. Becntingeris very much encouraged to have during this very short time the patronage of the public of Washington, as. among many others not pub lished,the following certificates may be attested : " This is to certify that I bayebeen troubled for the last three years with a chronic disease, resist ing all medical treatineat, and which through the aia of Dr. Bechtinger; I have been perfectly cured. "Washington city. 1st June, 1M4. G. DONE." " Your treatment of my involantary discharge, and your success in it, recommend What German newspaper, (Weker Columbia,) says: " After a long sickness my poor child became dropsical, in which taine 1 call to you. dear air, and you saved him. MASCON St ft. U otroof . No 298." "I bad tried ail i^rcUi?., without ?**7 t?nect, again st the chrenic lung disease of my eldest "on, until under your tr?atm'>nt b?' improved. "Maryland av., 12th st. MULLER, Painter." All these and many other very difficult cures have been made by Dr. B. in the above specified time. Regular office hours from 9 to 11 a. m , and 4 to 6 p.m. For the poor and unfortunate posi tively only from 11 to 12. Medicines without charge. No 499 Seventh street, o;ipositf? O-ld Fellows" Hall. jyS-lm* Beware of impostors i i i?Dr. leon. for many years a successful practitioner in New York, has opened (for a few weeks) an office No. 414 Penn'a avenue, between 4% and 6th streets, where those atliicted (either male or female) with diseases of Private nature may consult him. No charge made if he Tr'Is to cure. Persons at a dis tance can be treated by addressing by mail. 1y 2-lm* DOCTOR JONES, No. 410 Thirteenth street west, between G and H, insures success in all FEMALE COMPAINTS. Consultationsexclusive ly with ladies. Hours 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. je29-lm* HDR. J. H. THOMPSON^ AS Removed from No. 4 north F to 512 H street, one door west of 7th st. Office hours, 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5 p. m. JeM-lm* QUERYf? Who has the largest assortment of pattern for Stamping ? Who is the only prac tical person that Stamps f Who has the largest number of bauds at Embroidery? Who has the finest stock of Embroideries, Braids, &c., and who is the only person in the District that does Fluting for ladiesdreesesf ?^"PRINCE, 3*1 F STREET,^? where ladies can select from 28,000 choice patterns for any kind of work, and where they cau get ANY PATTERN stamped. Having stamped for 80,>>00 ladies is proof that be knows his business. Ladies who do not want their goods spoiled, but stamped as they should be, go to the only person in the cit) who does good worn. FLUTING! FLUTING 1 FLUTING I The onlv martin? in town now in operation. Fluting done an good as in new York or elsewhere my9-tf *^"3?1 F street, opposite Patent Office. SUMMER RESORTS. UNITED STATES HOTEL. U CAPE ISLAND. N. J, JOHN WEST, AARON MILLER, PROPRIETORS Beg leave to call the attention of their friends and the public to the above magnificent Establishment, which will be open for,,... the reception of visitors on the lflth of JJl!] June. Besides a spacious Dining Hall and Parlors, it contains an nnnsual number of lar<:e and well ventilated Bed Rooms, all handsomely furnished with new furniture throughout. The Proprietors of this Establishment will spare no care or expense te meet the wants of their guests, thereby hoping to share liberally in the public patronage. Application for rq.oms made to the subscribers, by letter to Cape Island, will receive a prompt reply. _ e3-cw WE8T A MILLER. DENTISTRY. (JBEAL DISCOVERY IN DENTISTRY. Tttth Exiracud without Pvin with tht Mnhritt if .. . ChevKin. I weuld advise all persons haying teeth to ex tract to call at Dr. LEWIE'S office, an" have them taken out by this new, and harmless process. Also call and' examine the Doctor's new and im prove! method of Inserting Artificial Teeth. If you osce see the great improvement in his teeth yon will have them in no other style than this new and valuable one. No. ?43, Pa. avenue, between Iffth and 13th streets. nova 8. R. LEWIE, It. P., Dentist. M TEETH. , LOOM is, M. D .the Inventor and Patentee of the MINERAL PLATE TEETH, at tends personally at his office in this, city. Many persons can wear these' teeth *ho cannot wear others, and no person can wear others who cannot wear these. Penons calling at my office can be accommodated with any style and price of Teat*! they may desire, but tothoee who are particular and wish the pnrest, eleanert, strongest, and most perfect denture that art cas produce, the MINERAL PLAT1 will ba more nilly warranted. Boons In this city?No 338 Pennsylvania avenue between 9th and 10th street*. Also, 907 Arch st? Philadelphia. mar4-ly I/1DWELL ft HENDERSON, I*. No. 367 D STK??T,**imNi*T*, Respectfully Inform their friends and the public generally that they hava now in store a well se lected assortment of WALL PAPERS AND WINDOW SHADES, which they are prepared to sell at the lowest cash prices. Work done at short notice in the citr or 00 on try by experienced workmen. Remember the place. No. 367 D street, near 9th, Franklin Hall Building. ap 21 -tf PIANOS ?We havrf received this day, 4 Pianos ofSteinxay A Sons, and 6 of Haines ? Brothers, also, several Melodeons, which fBBHI we offer for sale at the lowest factory *11 ?I 1 prices. Several second hand Pianos npon easy terms. As Pianos are advancing ia price, wa advise per sons in search of a reliable Iustrameut, to call and examine our assortment W. G. METZEROTT, )e29 corner llth and Pa. avenue MAP OF RICHMOND AND SURROUNDING TELEURaPHIC news. FROM PETERSBURG. I'totraetiui; of thf Liar*? Public Exe? cution I Correspondence of the Chronicle.] H?AD<iUAKT?HS AKKT OF THI POTOMAC, July 15, ? a. Oar lines have been contract ed, the lelt having b^en folded up in such a manner as to taatTially strengthen the front line as it now is. The left of the line extends no further than the Jerusalem plank-road. Night before last the *2d corps was marched out to the works thrown up bv the 6th corps near tte Weldon railroad. A flank movement on the part of the enemy w&? anticipated. Hancock bad his corps en mast* near the Wil liams' House. No enemy showed himself alter we toad awaited his coming a night ana day. The line was then shortened without further delay. Execution. [Correspondence or the Chronicle.] Headquarters Army op tub Potomac, July 15?Tbe execution of privates Gordon and Geary, of the 74d New York volunteers, convicted of rape, took place this morning at9 o'clock before 4,000 spectators,consisting chiefly of teamsters, ambulance drivers, hospital at teadants, and other non-combatants,Gen. Pat nek having eelecied a locality where this class of persons congregate, so that the scene might have a wholesome effect upon those who are more or less outside the limits of military con trol. Previous to the execution, both prisoners became penitent, and requested the chaplain who was present to say a few words of cau tion to the spectators in their behalf, bes?ech ing them to take warning from the scene they were about to witness, and to mark out for themselves a line of conduct which should stc-er clear of the misery which they had brought npon themselves and entailed upon their families. At a given signal the bolt was drawn, and the two unfortunate men were almost instan taneously launched Into eternity. While they were still suspended. Gen. Pa triot, Provost Marshal General, called all those present to "attention," and In a few eloquent and telling woras described to the assemblage the difficulty which had been experienced in the detection of the men who had just paid the penalty of the law. He said that "the finger ot God wa3 in this matter, and that but tor His interference this outrage against the laws of society, of man, and of Heaven, would have passed by unavenged." He stated that it was the intention of Gens. Grant, and Meade, and of every good and true man in the army, that this violation of tbe sacred rights of home should be stopped. He called attention to the existing raid in tbe North, and asked those present who bad a mother, or a sister, or a wife, or even a iriend, to picture to themselves their misery, if the ravages of war had invaded the sanctuary of their dear homes. This is the fourth execution for this terrible offence. It is to be hoped It may be the last, but of one thing yon may rest assured, no mercy will be shown to offenders of this char acter. After hanging for half an hour the bodies were cut down and turned over to the respec tive relations. FROM EUROPE. Important Proceedings in Parliament? Semmes to Attack the Kenrsarge Again In a New Vessel. New York, July IT.?The steamship Amer ican, from Southampton oa the 6th, has ar rived. Mr. Disraeli moved a resolution of a want of confidence in the Government, in the House of Commons on the 4th inet. Mr. Gladstone denied that England's influ ence had been lowered. Mr. Newdgate moved an amendment, declar ing that the independence of Denmark onght to be guarantied. . ? , Mr Kinglnlro'uamendment, that England s policy was lor peace, wm also offered. On the 5th, Mr. Cobden sDoke at great length. TLe debate was adjourned on the ^th inst. Malmsburr will move a similar resolution in the House of Lords. The French papers state that the Prussian and Austrian troops in the Duchies have been increased, and that Prussia intends possessing all the Danish Islands, and afterward attack ing Copenhagen. The PreBee says that King Christian has per sonally requested Napoleon's protecting inter vention. T he Czar of Russia Intends visiting the King of Holland at the Hague. Southampton, July 6.?Pretty certain in formation establishes the tact that Captain t?en:mes has officers and a crew for his new vessel?the Rappahannock?and intends to sail soon from a French port to attack the Kear sarge. Loudon?Evening?Consols closed atOO^ afluy. American securities ^ da^ d higher than last Friday. Dreadstuffs?Wheat,*2d. higher; flour, dearer; corn advanced Is. Gd.ais. FROM MEXICO. Prospects of the e w Emperor. New York, July lt>.?The steamer Havana brirgs Mexican news to June 3'Jtb, via Ha vuua. Maximilian had invited President Jnarez and other Liberal chiefs to come to the city of Mexico and consult together on a plan for a restoration ot peace and a firm establishment of the Empire, guaranteeing them full protec tion and safety. It is said they all refused to hold communi cation, excepting by arms, with an agent of Napoleon. The Emperor has taken up his residence at Chepultepec, five miles from the capital. No minister has yet been appointed to the United States. The general opinion was that there was no truth In the reported adhesion of Gen. Uraga to the Emire. THE WAR IN GEORGIA. No further Advance Toward Atlanta?Re ported Capture oi ti,000 Rebel Prisoners. Louisville, July 16.?Friday's Nashville Times says at the last accounts our forces were still strongly and securely entrenched at tbe Cbattahoocbie. There has been no pursuit of the rebels and no advance from the bankB of the Chatta hoot hie toward Atlanta l'aesengers on the evening train state that rumors prevail at Nashville that Sherman has captured 6,000 prisoners. The time aud lo cality are not mentioned. It is reported that General Sherman has or dered the correspondent of the New York Times out of his lines. From St. Louis?Missouri Militia Joining tbe Rebels. St. Louis, July 16.?By order o/ Gen. Rose craiis, two tugs are furnished by the under writers, and one by the Chief Quartermaster's Department; one hereafter to be kept in the harbor with a full head of steam on, day and night, to tow burning boats into the ri\er. All steamers not receiving or discharging Ireight are to anchor in the stream. All skiffs, yawls and other small craft are prohibited from being employed in the harbor without proper authority. Capt. G. W. Ford is appointed military harbor master. A despatch Irom St. Joseph says five compa nies of Militia, mostof which belonged to Col. Moss's regiment, have nearly all gone over to the Rebels under Thornton. Intelligence from Mobile. Cairo, July 16.?Tbe steamer Von Phul ar rived at Cairo last night with two hundred hogsheads sugar, and two hundred barrels mo lasses for Cincinnati. _ The steamer Magnolia has been fined five hundred dollars by military authorities for failing to report at Cairo. Mobile papers are very desponding. Great apprehension exists there of raids by sea and land. A steamer, tbe name of which is suppressed, lately ran the blockade, with a valuable cargo, Including a large amount of military stores. General Lovell, who formerly commanded New Orleans, has been restored to the rebel at service. A Band of Forrest's Men near Nashville. Nashville, 16.?Last evening a small party of guerrillas, representing themselves to be of Forrest's command, came within five miles of tbe city, on tbe Nolensville pike. Pro ceeding to the house of an old woman eleven miles from the city, for refresh meats, they were pursued by a party of our troops, who, after ordering tbe inmates to vacate it, set Ore to the bouse and outbuildings, which were consumed. Vrm F*rtrr? MtirH. Fortbms Mownon, July 15.?Lieut, colonel Cb*?nib?rs, of Massachusetts, died io-daj at Cbnapeake Hospital from bis wound*. St? amrr United States, Irom Bosten, arrived and reports, July 1<I< 5 p. nil, light?ship on New South r boa is, beating northw?*M from Maine, distant thirty miles; near.1 heavy firing north northwest: heard twenty guns; by the sound jutfg* the firing to be twenty-four allien west from light ship. .Inly 14, 1.15, wasspoken by ?he u. S. steamer Tleonderoffn and reported, the above to her. She stewred in the direction of the firing?latitude 39 i: longitude 7:132. No news ot importance Irom City Point. No arrivals to-day. K^The New York News threatens the Gov ernment with an outbreak in New York la thfse terms. >*Tbe importance of strengthening the mill tiaof the State is being appreciated in the In terior. Our State sovereignty has been Insult, ed and assailed so often with Impunity that most of onr citizens ban given np all hope of protection from the State Executive. We be lieve, however, that Governor Seymour has finally become impressed with a sense of th* necessity lor his official interference in behalf of the interests of the Commonwealth over which he presides." The News' professions of peace meanspeaoe with the Rebels, bnt war wllh patriot*; and Govei nor Seymour's militia would more likely be a reinlorcement for the Rebels than an enemy. A Child that Talkkd at Birth.?The Troy Whig has the following: South Trey is just now agitated by thestories tolo shout a child that talked at birth. It pro phesied tbat a comet was coming in a few wteks and was going to give ns a terrible drouth, and that in consequence of Its disar rargement of atmospheric laws there would be a l}ve years' l&mine. The war wm to end next year, according to the inspired baby's prophecy. There are numbers who have seen the talking child and insist upon the truth of these stories. Matilda Heron has been having & "dif leience'' with one of her Chicago critics. H? objected to the mora! of Camille, and said that she was getting, "played out," and in reply she sent to the editor a tremendous blast against tie writer, in which she called him '-an un fledged peiilmg," and expressed her utter con tempt for "the ignorant, impertinent scribbling of "half fledged manakins or the besotted ima ginings of a par-boiled brain." ITMr. George Benus, of England, has written a pamphlet wherein he proves conclu sively. from lacts avd figures, and public doc uments hitherto kept secret, that the British authorities knew of and oonnived at the de parture of the pirate Alabama from the Mersey in l?02, notwithstanding their pretended efforts to prevent it. Ordered Off.?Dr. George Stubbletieldand Dr. Robert McKaig left on the western train yesterday morning, we understand by order of the military authority of this department. Where they have gone we do not know. Sev eral ether persons have been ordered off.? Cumberland Cicilian. At the Indianapolis Democratic Conven tion a few days ago Yallandigham and his peace principles were snubbed outright. They were not willing to risk an election on a peace platform, but displayed as bold a "war foot" as possible. JfT~ Farmers should sow buckwheat thin month. If the wheat crep is short buckwheat will be high. If sown now it will enter large ly into the winter breadstuff*. The harvest comes after other crops are through with. WNo steamboat is allowed to ascend the Missouri river above Jefferson city, nntit further orders, without arms, Ammunition snd a competent crew to defend her from guerrilla attacks. ?STThe wags say that in General Sigel's re treat from Martinsburg be turned his artillery on his ammunition train and sent word to the pursuing rebels that be would blow the whole thing sp if they didn't let him alone. Rebel citizens of Nashville having mur dered Federal soldiers, Gen. Kosseau retalia ted by making rebel sympathizers make up a purse of 910,100 for the widow or heirs of each soldier murdered. fOT Jim Reynolds, the well-known circus clown, has uot himself into trouble in Ohio, by tco much intimacy with the wife ol a lake captain. fcT Bigh price of liquor and prohibition or the "pretty waiter gin" svstem has compelled all but one or two ol the Philadelphia concert balls to wind up. A depraved New York omnibus driver is in jail in New York for selling his daughter to a brothel and receiving 85 per week for her mlamv. \ ?SfTbey have pollywogs in their milk in New Bedford Massachusetts, and some have doubts whether the milk is watered or the water milked. ?^"Br.g. Gen. Z. B. Tower, of the U. S. army, ha? been appointed superintendent of West Point, vice Col. Bowman, relieved. WQuarantine is to be enforced ax Philadel phia upon ell vessels Iroin Key West, on ac count of the yellow fever there. SV~ The Wheeling Daily Register was sup pressed on 5>atnrday last, and the proprietors arrested, by order of Gen. Hunter. ?^*The actors of New York are on a strike and dr mand that the Managers increase the price of admission. Filteen hundred cigar makers were thrown out of employment in New York city by the tobacco tax. ??" Mrs. Jane Pishon, exhibited by Barnum as the fat woman, is dead. It took ten men to place her in her coffin. ?ST Isaac N. Bolles, Esq., for twenty years publisher of the Hartford (Conn.) Courier, is dead. 1BT Marcus T. Reynolds, a prominent law yer of Albany, N Y., is dead. B^"The travel to the White Mountains has not been as large as usual up to this date. ?^"The Louisville Journal reports the sale of two Kentucky bloody horses, for #25,000. tGT'Garibaldi has been elected Grand Master of Free Masons in Italy. ?y Prof. Ferrier, son-in-law of the celebra ted "Christopher North," is dead ?9"Boston hotels charge SI per day and New York hotels $1,50. LIBTOP LETTERS REMAINING IN TUB POST OFFICE. GEORGETOWN. D. C., Jply 16,1S64. To obtain any of these letters, the applicant ran?t rail for "advertised letters." five the date of this list, and pay one cent for advertising. If not. called for within one month, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Oftice. Place the pos.tage stamp on the upper right-hand corner, and leave space between the stamp and direction for post-marking without interfering with the writing-. A request for the retnrn of a letter to the writer, if unclaimed within thirty days or less, written or Srinted with the writer's name, post ndice, and tate, across the left-hand eud of envelope, on the face side, will be complied with at the usual pre Said rate of postage, payable when the letter is elivered to the writer. LADIES' LIST. Beekett Miss Sarah Jenks Miss Margaret Jnhnaon Mrs Kanoy Bailer Mary King Miss Hettle M Horik AIis? Harriet Keuuwly Mary Brown Mrs Ami? 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