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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 20, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. AMUSEMENTS TO-NIGHT. Cantbriury.?The pledge# and promise#of Mr Manager Lea, that be will ever give ?uch an entertainment a? will enjoyed by his patrons, are in variably fulfil lea He engages none but the most amusing and graceful per lormers, and gets up acts best calculated to make one merry. San ford's and Parker's combined min strel troupe are still delighting crowds at <irover's theater, with entertainments ofarich, rare and racy order. Many new acts, never before performed in Washington, are nightly introduced, and each act elicits much ap plause. Removal of Conyalkkcents.?The hospital steamer Connecticut will leave the 6th street V? barf to-day lor Pniladelphia with 800 con valescents lrom the hospitals of this city These convalescents are improving rapidly, and many of them will be able to return to the field within a .chorf time. Last uight. Dr. T B Hood, the surgeon In charge of this steamer, was presented with a handsome sword and belt by Dr. Whisler, on behalf of the medical otlicers of the Connecti cut, as a slight rokten of their appreciation of Him as an officer and gentleman. Alter the presentation ceremonies were over the party eat down to a fine collation provided by Dr Hood, and several honrs were spent in social intercourse. There were quite a number of Jadies and gentlemen present at >he pre>enta tl m. *moii? w h in as Dr. Waters, of the ?ledical Directoi's Office. Fourth Ward station Oases.?John JMtzgerald, selling liquor unlicensed; lor trial. Bridget Shthan, drunk and disorderly; dis missed. Terrance Snehan, do.; do. Barbara Shaffer, disorderly; do. Thomas Sbaler, do.; do. Mrs. Wm. Brirleb. profanity; Sl.5d. Dr. Wm. Brigleh. assault and battery; dismissed. Jeremiah Connor, drunk and disorderlv; $5.64 Jacob Harrison, fighting; locked up. Wm. H. Inebriate, drunfc: military. Bartholomew I'olev. violating hack law; dismissed. Henri etta Blake, keeping a bawdy house; jail. Chaa. JjoBgb. drunk and disorderly;militarv. Wash ington Campbell, flghMng; 8-5.61. Martin Can non, assault; dismissed Augustus Johnson, sleeping in a waeon: do Morris Joy, suspi cion of larceny; jail lor court Not an Extert ?Last night, a gentleman named Timothy McCormi k went to the oyster saloon of A. Clements, Twelfth, between C and D streets, and bad a supper of oysters. Jn pavment he offered two one-dollar bills ot the Franktin Bank of Baltimore, the appear ance ot which excited the bar tender's sus picion that the moiiey was bogus. City officer Williamson arrested Mr. McCormick, and de livered him to the Metropolitan Police. This morning he had a hearing before Justice Clay top, and the notes proving to be genuine, were returned to Mr McCormick, and the case was dismissed. The Result ?'The robbing of F. C. Ryan* referred to in the Star last evening, was traced up by the offi'-ers. The robbery wai perpe trated at No. 335 l'2th street, kept by a woman named Mina Reynolds, where Ryan was the night before last with Philip Gillen. Ryan laid down on a sofa and slept. Gillen sat down on a chair in front of him and was seen to put his hand iu Ryan's breast pocket and take something out. Gillen was arrested at the .Metropolitan Hotel by officer Snllivan, and *was taken before Justice Clayton, who held lum to bail for court. Soldier Shot.?Yesterday morning, as a train containing a number of soldiers under guard, was crossing 11th street, at Maryland avenne, on the way over the river, three sol diers mmped of! and ran. They were immedi ately called to halt when one of them turned back, but several shots were fired at the two "Who refused to halt, and unfortunately the one returning was struck in the body with three balls killing him instantly. His name has not been ascertained Military Okoanization to be kei>t up.? By direction ot General M C. Meigs, tiuartar master General, the military organization of the Quartermaster's Department employees is to be kept up and they are to be drilled regu larly, in order to be prepared for any emergen cy. General Rucker, commanding the Brigade, Uas ordered that each officer of the Depot, have the employ ees drilled at least half an hour each day. Reprehensible.?Between 12 and 2 o'clock Oil Monday night, some soldiers on the east side ol the canal, thought to belong to the Veteran Beserve Corps, in tamp on Carroll Hill, amused themselves by firing towards the bouses on the Island, in the vicinity of Mary land avenue bridge, and several balls passed through the house*, but fortunately no one ?was injured. Pic Nicb To-morrow.?The exhibition of fireworks and the pic-nic which w;is to nave taken place at Beckert's Garden on the 11th instant, and was postponed, will certainly take place to-morrow, commencing at 3 o'clock. The Awkward Club will also give a pic-nlc to morrow at Washington Park. This pic-nic was postponed from the 12th lust., on account Of the proximity of the rebels. Burglary.?Last night, the warehouse of the Washington Express Co., corner New Jer sey avenue and D street, wa< entered by bur glars. who effected an entrance by boring around the door knobs with a brace and bit, and knocked the lock off inside, the desks and drawers were opened in the same way. It has Dot been ascertained what was taken away. Grand Larceny.?This morring, officer DonD, of the Fourth Ward, arrested Morris Jay, a soldier,for the larcenv of money amount ing to eight or nine dollars lrom Kate Orr, col? cred. Jay was taken before Justice Giberson, and when he was searched the money was lonrd. Justice Giberson sent him to jail for court. _ Second Ward Station Cases.?W. J. Brake, dpsertion: dismissed. Phillip Gillen, grand larceny: ball for court. Joseph Lewis, disorderly. *2. G W. Brown, desertion; mili tarv. William O'Neil, drunk; dismissed. T. JYIrOormick, passing counterfeit money; dis missed. _ A Gran* Concert ot vocal music will be given to-morrow night in.the Navy Yard Jfletbodist Protestant Chnrch. The best sing ers of the city will take part, and this will no doubt be a rich musical treat, for gTeat prepa rations have been made for it. Dot toroj? Divinity.?'The Rev. E. H.Gray, Cf the E Street Baptist Church ol this city, has received the honorary degree of D. D. from the JUxhester (N. Y.) University. SPECIAL NOTIOKS. Etranc.k "Word on Broadway.?'"Soiodont," *?hich i? fast becoming a household word, is de rived from the Q reek, and composed of two world, ?'Boto." to preserve, and 'Odontes," the teeth? ?oiod< nt. a preserver of the teeth For beautify in* the teeth. invigorating the gumsand sweet-n Sng tbe breath, it is without a peer in the world. Sold fcy druggists. jyl9-3t Ick Cbbam Icb Crkam t The undersigned begs leave to inform the public that be has always on hand a fresh supply of the Choicest tim ers Icb Crkam, Which he is prepared to supply to stores, sutlers, hotels, pie nies. parties, excursions, and families at the shortest notice and the most reasonable terms. Jos Schakfibld's SJteair Ice Cream Manufactory, No. 36th St.,bat. 0 and H Wholesale and retaH. Je 23-lm* Boas Throat, CoroH, Cold, and similar troubles, if suffered to progress, re mit in serious Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asth matic affections, oftentimes incurable. BkOW.lV Broscbial Troohbs are compounded so a* to reach directly the seat ot the disease, and give almost instant relief, * Je 21 lm.r DlMCASBeor tub Nkbyocs, SkmibaJL, Ubisabt ^yhtksi? new and reliable treatment ?in Report* of the Howard Association?Sent by (nail in sealed letter envalopes, free of charge, Address I). J gkillin Houghton, Howard Asso ciation. No. a South Ninth street. Philadelphia, Pa. Jean 3m BMBMAToaaHJit uta nr. Gubbd.?|>r Hand's Dm ?i6e cures bfrr^torrkaa, Stminal Wiakmu*, lm roiency. Lo?f of Poirrr. 'u.tvfdily and eJmtitaUy. Its effects are truly magie^y A trfaj of the 8peeifle will convince th*-- moat ak?vtieal of its merits. Price 91 a bo*, fold b* b.o. ford, corner l|th ?treat and Pa avapaa. wasWt^to*. uj Henry ?Cook. Alexandria. Sat4y WABBABTkD TO OOBB IB UlB l>ATa -Dr Godfrey?? .Antidote, an Bnglxah Specific of rtaty-Ava years' standing, will cure Gonarrkaa t? iu 4om. No Change of diet required. Price fl par bottle. gold ?? 8. 0. ford, corner 11th street and Pa. aven?. Washington, and Heary Cook. Alexandria. lat-iy Tn? ensa rasT *bd ssbt Haia Dta Woav.? ?ftrrer hadti ~ W-hu Ont -0?Aam,? Dya, ?0 eeata a box Tne oest in oaa. Try it. sold by W. 0. Ford, corner 11th street and Peaa. aveabe. IV ashing ton, and Henry Cook, Alexaadna. a?-lv Ooaae. Bcbioms. Bad NaiLs, are. Corns are the universal torment of mankind. To toe relieved ?.f these terrible evils, eaU on Dr. whiteaad submit *o his manipulations. Yoaara f* 'elief without etperieacintf pain. Of , 4*4 Pennsylvania avanue (Lana k Tnckar'B (ding, between 4V, and 8th streets. Na charge eoosnltatn-n. *\tf Kutouk I>bbilitt, dBMiaak Wiiuiu. ate.. Cm Bt CurtM brou? who has really ?*red himself and hundreds of others, and will tell ra? aothlag ?ft the truth Address, wi to itam p Kuwabo H. TaAtn. J D4* J? Loea Box. Boaton* F ANew PsarcMi rot th? Haxdkbechibf. Pkalon's "Night Blooming Cereus." Pkalon't "Night BloomingCereus." Pkalon's "NighTiloomin* CorauJ." Phalon's "Night Bloomln* G?reus.H PKalon's "Night~Bleoming Car ens.* Pkalon's ?Ni*iTBIoomin?CereQ*." Phalon's "NightBlooming Cereus." A most exquisite, delicate and fragrant perfume distilled from fhe r*r? and beautiful flower from which it take* its ?SIP?-_ . _ ? __ Muiuf&ctur^ only by Phalom A Son, N. Y. beware of couhtbefeits. Ask fob Phalon's?Take bo Othhr. Je 16-3m 8old b'r druggists generally. Haix Dtk t Hair Dye II Batehelor* celebrated H.?lr Dye u tkt best in the world. The only harmless, rms and rtliabh Dre know- Thia splendid Hair Dre la perfect?changes Be i.usty or Grey Hair instantly to a Glossy Black or Natural Brown, without Injuring the hair or staining the akin, leaving the hale aoft and beautiful; imparts fresh vitality frequently Ta iloring its pristine oolor, and rectifies the ill etfeots of Bad Dyes. The Genuine la signed William A Batohbloe, all otheraare mere Imitations, and ahould be avoided. Sold by all druggists, Ac. Fao ry?Barclay atreet. New York. Batchelor'a Toilet Cream for dressing the hair. Jy 7-eol Secret Oiseasib. Samaritan's Gift is the most certain, aafe and effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever diacove red. Cures in two to four days, and recent cases in twenty-four hours Nomneral no balsam, no mercury. Only ten pilla to be taken. It is the soldier's hope, and* friend to thoaewho do not want*to be expoaed. Male packages, 92: female, $3. Samaritan's Rotn and Herb Juices? A positive and permanent cure for 8yphilis,8crofula,Uleers,8ores Spots. Tetters^ Ac. Price 91. or six bottles for 91 Bold by B. C. Ford. Bee advertisement. mJ Da. Duport's fc>ugar-coated Female Regulating Pilla are the very best in u.w They operate speedily and effectively, and being sugar-coated create no nausea upon the moat delicate atomach. A trial o? these Pilla will prove their superiority over all ethers. Price 91 a box. 8old by 8.0. Ford,corner lith atreet and Pa.avenue.Washington.andHenry Oook. Alexandria. laft-lv MARRIED, On Tuesday, July 12th, at the New York avenue Church, by the Rev. Dr. Gurley, ALBERT 8. GREENE, U.S. N , to Miss ELIZA STORY, of In diana. * On the 19th. by the Rev. Father McCarty, J AMES FRANCIS BEOKKT (colored) to Miss MART McCARTY. all of this city. [National Republican please copy.J It DIED. On the 1Mb of July, ARTHUR HORN BAYLY, only child of John A-and Mary T. Bayly, aged 1 year and 8 months. " Suffer little children to come unto me, for of such is the Kingdom of Heaven.' The funeral will take place this day, 2>th inst., at 4 o'clock, from the residence of hia parents, 3d street, between I and K. I Baltimore Sun please copy.1 On the 19th inRt., at 8 o'clock p. m., of summer complaint, JOHN GILLMORE, son of James M. and Mary A. Darnall, aged 10months. The funerel will take place to-morrow (Thurs day ' morning, at 8}. o'clock. Irom his parent's res idence,No. 492 I street. Navy Yari, which the friends of the family are invitea to attend. (Alexandria papers please copy.) In this city, at the residence of her brother, Mr. William Lir kins, after a long and painful illness, Miss HARRIET LIN KINS. Her funeral will take place from the New York Avenue Church, on Thursday, at 4 o'clock p. m. The fri*nds of the family are invited to attend. * In Georgetown, on the 19th instant,HARRY, iD fantson of William and Eliza Williams,aged 1 year, 11 months. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from his parent's residence, at 4 o'clock, Thursday afternoon, on Prospect St., between High and Potomac streets. Why should our tears in sorrow flaw When God recallahis own. And bids them leave a world of woe For aB immortal crown. Buf 8 Had? 486 CHOICEJJTOCK ? 496 INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. 486 486 PAPERHANGINGS. 486 A select and varied stock of Gilt, Medium and lowjirieed Paperhangings, Borders,Statues, Cen ter Piecea, Ac. WINDOW 8HADE8. ~aff, Green, Chocolate, Brown and Gilt Window _flades, a variety of patterns; 8hade Fixtures, Tassels, Ac. PICTURE CORD AND TASSELS. Bilk ami Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, dif ferent si<ses 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 Ovat and Carte de Visile Frames. ENGRAVINGS AND PAINTING8. A few choice Engravings and Paintings always in store. Orders for Paperhanfin^ and Window Shades punctually attended to in city or county. Terms cash fer goods or labor. J. MARKRITER, No. 496 Seventh street, Jy7- * Eight Doors above Odd Fellows' nail. MILITARY BOARDING SCHOOL-On Balti more Railroad, 15 miles from Philadelphia Pupils have the benefits of a hon>?; thorough course in Mathematics. Lantfoages, English, Ac. Number limited. Terms moderate. Received at anytime. Fine Library and Apparatus. Address Rev. 3. HSR VET BARTON, A. M., Village Green 8?minary. Delaware county, Pa. jy 9-7w* w A T E R R B_N T 8. Water Registrar's Office, / ~ ~ KM City Hall, July7, UK!.. All persons who use the Aqueduct water on their premises are hereby notified that the water rent is now due to the Corporation for the period from July 1, 1364, to January 1, 18t>5. The water rent is required to be paid at this of fice during this month of July. If not paid by or before August 1st, the law commands that the water be shut off at the main and not restored ex cept upon payment of arrears and two dollars for expense of shutting off and restoring. The law does not provide for serving individual notices, and thia puolic notice is all that will be given. RANDOLPH COYLE, jy 8-lm Water Registrar. G. 1>. SMITH'S Wild Cherry Tonic Bitters. TONIC-ASTRINGENT-AROMATIC-DISIN FECTING-PROPHYLAOTIC. Sold Everywhere. Ask your Druggist and Grocer for it. IT WILL CURE Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Dysentery, Diarrhea, Agneand Fever, Loss of Appetite, Liver Complaint, Jaundice. The Elixir of life for the Aged. Will give Health and Beaaty to the Young. This Prophylactic should be in every family at this season of the year, as this delicious beverage can be used without the deleterious effects o Liquors. SMITH A MORRISON, Jy 7-lm Proprietors. RILLING OUT TO CLOSE. GREAT REDUCTION IN BOO KB, STATION ERY. AND FANCY ARTICLES. The undersigned offer to the trade and public generally great inducements to purchase, as he if closing out his large stock of goods preparatory to leaving the city. G;eat bargains in Books, Stationery, Photo graph Cards. Albums, Knives. Scissors, Razors. Soaps, Combs, Brushes, Perfumery, Ac., Ac. 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, 378 Penn. avenue, bet. 11th and 12th sts., Washington, D. 0. i Jy 1-lm JOSEPH REYNOLDS A CO, PLUMBERS, OAS, AND STEAM FITTERS, Bo. 600 Nietb 8teebt, near avenue. Have Just received, and will constantly keep oa hand, the largest aud best assortment in tae oity of Chandeliers, Brackets, Pro^Li^hts, Portables* Glass Globes, mica and other nhadea.^and all arti New York.Phiiad eles In this li?e, from the best establishments ia ----- ieiphia, Ac., which will b? gold on the mo'st reasonable terms! Also, BANGBB.rUBNAOES. and Vira-Board Stoves. - * We are prepared to furnish the beet RANGE ia use anywhere, on very reasonable terms. Hotels, Beat an raata, A are invited to call. We do all kinds of GA8 and 8TBAll fittings prompU) and chaap, as also everything in the PLUMBING line in th? most satisfactory manner. Call and see our Bathing Tubs, Fountains Water Closets, Waat-atands, Basins, Ae.,lfe., at Mo. loo Minth street, near Pennsylvania avenue, the lar goes ustabllshmont in the eitr. fa 2-aotf 81B,'rJ?00?S. , R ? AMD BLIN style and workmanship, which we are ef Tavitc builders and othsm to call 1 iSiSSBSSi WANTS. ' . WANTEI>-A YOUNG MAN well acqusintM in '' the shoe business at ROSENTHAL'S _Jt _ No._51T Seventh street. W y ? n?iddl? *ged woman, a 8ITUA r .*lfir8tcl"s cook. Apply at No. 463 8th street between p aad E. It* TJARTNER WANTED? A very rare opportunity lp?tJj'* Painting Business. Ad dreea Box 36. Star Office. jy ?-2t* YY'ANTjSD- An l*N FUITnISHBIMBO USE, in a . vv good location, with'wentr or thirty rooms. Address Post Oflice, Box No. 569. jy *>-4t* CljOW CASE WANTED?One from 6 to 8 feet ii Apply at the bar of the United States Hotel. Penn. avenue. jy D-2t* ANTED?A WAITER, at theGofcling Hons". T* One who understands his business can get 52^ per month all year round. Inquire at the res taarant. 247 Penn. avenue. jy20-2t* WANTED?A Good GIRL to do general house work in a small family. Apply at 5s6 Vir ginia avenue, between 7th and 8th sts., Navy Yard. jy gi-.y WANTEI>~Bv a respectable yonng- woman, a SITUATION as chambermaid. and has no objections to assist in washing: and ironing. Please address Box No. 10. Star office. Jy20 2t* A FAMILY OF TWO PKRSONS want'lo hire three or four UNFURISHED ROOMS suitable for housekeeping. Address, stating terms. " A. R--" Box 663, VV ashineton P.O. iy2fi-4t* ANY QUARTERM ASTER OR OTHER OFFICER waiting a competent CLERK. can hear of one who has bad three years experience, by addressing A. B., at this office. jyJS)-3t* V17ANTED?A WOMAN, (white or colored) to v v work in an eating house; work light; service not required on the Sabbath. Must bring good reference. Inquire at 452 New York avenue, be tween 14th and 15th sts. jy202t^_ %*< ANTED?A SITUATION in a Grocery and " Liquor store, by a >oung man who thorough ly understands the business;" would have no ob jections to drive an express wagou. Apply at the 8tar office, M. D.H. jy2'-3t* A YOUNG GIRL WISHES A 8ITUATI0N AS seamstress: can do all kinds of sewing and embroidering: has no objection to chamberwork. Can be seen Wednesday, 895 Pa. avenue,between Oth and lflth sts , up stairs. It* ANTED?A SITUATION, by a respectable young girl, as chambermaid, and has no ob jections tt? wssh and iron, or to sew. Apply at No. 654 G street, between North Capitol and the Branch. It* ? WANTED?A WOMAN, to cook, wash and iron for a small family. Apply at J. C. McGUIRB & CO'8. jy 19 3t* A GOOD SERVANT GIRL, who umderstands washing and ironing for a very small family. Apply 400 7th St., near H. jy 19-2t* WANTED?A BOY, to stay in a billiard saloon who has had some experience at bar keeping. German preferred^ Apply 430 Pa. av. Jy 19-2t* ANTED? A good COOK and six WAITERS at Dubant's Restaurant. jy 19 3t* DUBANT & BRO. WANTED IMMEDIATELY?A first-rate female COOK, (colored preferred,) in a first-class restaurant. Apply at Star office. jy lS-3t* WANTED?A Young GIRL between the age of twelve and fifteen, to take care of two small children. ApplT at No. 292 7th street, between L and M streets, above the Northern Market. Jy18-3t* ' WANTED?A Young MAN to drive a Wagon and deliver Ice Oream. None need apply un less well recommended. Apply immediately at SAMUEL LLOYD'S Ice Cream Manufactory, No. 390 lith street, above K street. jy IS 3t W_ ~ANTED-Two to cook, and the other to wash, and iron and to do g^n?ral house-work in a small family. Inquire No. 352 C street, between 4and 6th, next to bath house. Jy 18-3t* WANTED IMMEDIATELY?Four good JOUR NEYMEN CARPENTERS. Apply at TUR TON A LOURY'S, 12th, above the Kirkwood House. 1 ? jy 15-tf ?7TNTK D ? A TURNfSIIED DWELLING TV HOUSE, convenient for a small family. A house of eight or nine rooms will do- Will pay a fair rent promptly, giving and requiring refer ences. Direct answer to D. L. EATON, 472 15th street. jy lfl-lw" THE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO PURCHASE (for cash) a PARM of one or two hundred acres, in northern or western Pennsylvania. It must be in good cultivation, with all the necessary buildings for a well regulated farm. Address J. D., Box 3^4, Washington, D. C. Jy 11-lm* rpEAMSTERS WANTED. Chief Quartermaster's Offite. Pipot of WashinrtonA Washinotok, D. O., July 9, lf#>4. V Wanted, at once. THREE HUNDRED TEAM STERS, each capable of driving with single line, and managing six mule teams. To such who are competent to perform the duty, the pay per month will be thirty dollars, with one ration per day. an;* hospital privileges, including the best medical attendance when sick. Apply to Captain Charles H. Tompkins, A.O. M., U. 8. A., corner Twenty-Becond and G stsu Wash ington, D. C. D. H. RUCKER, Brig. Gen'l and Chief Quartermaster, Je9-19t Depot of Washington. HOUSE WANTED-In a central location, with about l'? or 12 rooms. Will buy lease %nd fur niture. Apply to W. Ij. WALL A 0?., Auction and Commission Merchants, south corner Penn. ave nue and 9th street^ Je 22 WANTED?1,000 LADIES to come and buy the same nnmber of Embroidered Yokes and Sleeves, Bands and Wrappers. We have reduced the price one-fourth, and now offer them cheaper than ever. u PRINC K. je 21 -tf 331 F St., opposite Patent Office. Blacksmiths a n d wheelwrights WANTED. Ckitf Quartermaster's Of)ire. tiepol of Washington A Washington, July 4, 18o4. S Wanted at once, to work in Government repair rt A. J- Ttnnn mufti Tlanni A f m aulru at "UC"* , V / a t\ / f HhoDH. Quartermaiiter,? Department, D^pot of Washington, One Hundred (l'*') good BLACK SMITHS and One Hundred (100) good WHEEL The pay per month will be Sixty Dollars ($60), with one (1) ration per day and hospital privileges ?r]if>n Hick Apply to'Captain CHAS. H. TOMPKINS, A.Q. M . U. S. A., comer Twenty-second and Q streets. Washington. D. C. D. H. RT.'OKER, Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, Jy6-18t Department of Washington. \\f ANTE D-8ECOND HAND FURNITURE. W Also, MIRRORS, CARPET8. BEDS. BED DING, am\ HOUSEFURNISHING GOODS of every description. B. BUCHLY, 42** 7th street, je 8-tf between G and n. east side. ANTED. T ( FLUTINGI w Every lady in the District to know that I have, at considerable expense, had built a very elegant machine for Fluting or Crimping Dressee, Ac. Dressmakers and others can have any kind of goods Crimped at short notice, in as $ood style, and aa cheap as in any other city. Ladies, remember this is the only machine In town, and done at the only place to get stampiA done. 381 F street, oppo site Patent Office, Stamping and Ma&hine Strtch lng Depot. my8 r n AAA LADIES WANTED TO CALL AT OU,UUU PRINCE'S Stamping Depot, 381 9 street, opposite Patent Office, and get their Stamp ing, Siitcning, Pinking and Embroidery done. As there are other Richards in the field, ladies better look out that ther come to Prince's, who is the only practical hana in the city. Be sure you go to F Btreet, opposite Patent Office. mh 4 GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS ry-^=?PUBLlC SCHOOL EXAMINATIONS IN Lk3 GEORGETOWN.?The e Jiminations and dist"ibution of premiums take place as follows, and the friends of education are invited to attend thjeu?y 12?Examination of Primary No. 1, at the school-house on High street. July 13? Examination of Primary No. 2, at same plJnly 14?Examination of Primary No. 3, at the school-house on Montgomery street. July 15?Examination of Primary No. 4, at same P^uly 18? Examination of Senior Female, at same PlJuly 19?Examination of Senior Male, at same ^Commencing each day at 2J? o'clock. , July 20? Premiums to Nos. 1 and 2, at Hie Hi^'h street scheola. . , _ July 21? Premiums to Nos. 3 and 4, and the 8e nior Schools, at the Montgomery atreet schools; **Theire'wilVbe an address at the first by Dr. Mac kie and at the second by the Rev. Dr. Brown, of the'Preebyterian Churchy HyPg Qommittee HE undersigned BEG8 LEAVE TO IN form his friends and the public generally that he haa opened a new DINING SALOON for the accommodation of ladies and gentlemen. Itisgot up on the European plan. Prices reasonable No. 'Jo Bridge street, opposite Cruit's Livery ^table furnished ROOMS for rent with gr without board. Wi.l^LJLAiil jy 20 3t? 'Proprietor. GEORGETOWN CORPORATION STOCK. Those persona who may be disposed to pur chase Georgetown Corporation 8tock, which bean an interest of six per cent, per annum, payable quarterly, can obtain some by applying toWM. LAIRD. Clerk of said Corporation. Je 29-dtlau 5WINO PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, bytko _ Potomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac," Gov. Curtin" and "Belle Haven." Apply to th? Captains on board, or R DAVID80Nf my ij. Water street. Georgetown. T~HE STEAM ENGINE INDICATOR, by Paul Stillman; ? Cast. Walker's Notes on Screw Propulsion, Ward's Steam fer the Million. T0. Portnine on the Steam Engine, London. Nain^t Brown on the Marine Steam lagine. King on the 8team Engine. . Gordon on the Marine Steam Engine. London, ? **recedents; 2 vol. Steam Engine; New Gordon on tne Marine uiean. ?r? Isherwood's Engineering Precedent*; I vol.. Boume's Catechism of tne EHobUn on the Steam Engine, London. '?feMigg'aTU,l, \n MUknW la tkl. ?tr M ??< I ?MMt tactor* Md M^THEi FOE RENT AND SALE. ] ONE LARtiK VKONT ROOM AND KITOHBN for rent, north U atreet, between 6th and ?t*, No. 5*3. il *?-tt _ | ABARBKR SHOP FOR SALS?An old mUV lished stand. Address Box 12, Star Offlce. Jy ?-3t* TO LET-A fine airy suite or FURNISHED ROOMS, second floor. Also. a CH AMBER. on fourth floor. At No. 425 13th street. between (J gjid II. irao 3t? f^OR WALK?A GLASS OAS?, ten feet high, nine lone, and two deep Glass 2lS*26. Price $50 .">04 north B street, corner Del. avenue, Capitol Hill. Jy2>-3f A GROCERY AND LTQUOR STORK FOR SALE, doing good business at present. _ The reason for Belling, the owner leaving the city, Inquire No. 394,cbrner 9th and I sts. " FOR SALE OR RENT?One of the best BAKE RIES in Annapolis. Md. Possession given imirediatelv Reference No. 177 P^Hn. bet. 17th and lath sts., Washington, D. C. jT20-3t FOR SALE?A well established GROCERY and LIQUOR STORE now doing a good business. A g->od stock on hand. Satisfactory reasons given for sloping tbe business by applying at No. "I f, corierTth and D streets, I slang jy zn-at BURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT-One very ? pleasant Parlor ?n first iJoor. with rooms ad joining, with use of kitchen if desired. Also, sin gle rooms for g?ntlemt*n. Terms moderate. No. Hit* north B street near the Capitol, between Deliware avenue and 1st at. jy 20-3t FOR SALE?The"GOOD WILL and FIXTURES of a Restaurant, with possession of whole house, if desired; house contains nine rooms. Kent $30per month; one of the best stands in the city. Inquire on the premises, 3^*9 4*4 street, between K and O sts.. Island. ir ^-8* FOR SALK-A three-story fRAME HOUSE. ?>* tinted on the corner of 13H and T) streets. Island. It is a very desirable location for busi ness?either a restaurant or grocery Mil liquor store. A fine healthy location, and offers a rare chance for a business-man of small capital. Apply on the premises. Dinmitv jy2"-St* DANIEL R10RDKN. F~0 R 8ALE?BRICK YARD" and FIX TURKS. Inquire at this office. Jy 19-lw OR RENT-A suite of handsomely furnished ROOMS. Apply at No 1 Franklin Place. 1 street, between 13th and 14th. jy 19-3t OR RENT-A Large STABLE in the rear or'251 F street. For particulars inquire at the above number. i* FURNISHED FRONT ROOM.?Terms moder ate. Inquire at 3*4 16th street, near K F --ate. Inquire ? . street. jy l!)-3t 'OR RENT?Two handsomely furnished ROOMS situated on K street. No. 15, one door below 8th. jy I!?-3t* I^OR RENT-A new three story frame HOUSE, situated on 11th street, between L and M sts. Inquire on Mnsa. avenue, between 9th ana Vt lists., No. 375. Jr '3-3t? POR SALE?A good family HOR8K. HARJNES3 and (Roc.kaway) CARRIAGE. Apply at HO W ARD'S Stable, G street, between tith and 7 th streets. ____ 19-3* COB RENT?Three new frame HOUSES on the F north side of O street, east of New Jersey av. Immediate possession given. Inquire on the prem ises. 1y 19-3t* OR RENT?Several well-rurnished ROOMS, in one of the most pleasant and convenient loca tions in the city. Rent moderate. With or with out bor.rl. Inquire at 431 3d street, between Penn.and Missouri avenues. jy 19 3f F^OITsaI^E?The STOCK and FIXTURES of a new an'i second-hand Clothing. Root and Shue establishment. The proprietor desians changing his business and will sell on accommodating terms. For further information apply at No. 7H Louisi ana avenue, near 9th street. jy 19-4t* 0R~SALE, IN THE FIRST WARD?A small two-story FRAME HOUSE and LOT. with stable and other necessary outbuildings; and in a good business location. Will be sold cheap f>r cash, as the owner is going to leave the city In quire on the premises, No. 170 E street, bfetweea 21st and 22d. pq jy 19-3t" F. KNOWLr.3. OR RENT-A small BED-ROOM in thir l story. No. 42511th street, bet. G and H sts. j v M-3t* H"OU8B~F0R RENT, No. 277 on l^th street, between O and P. containing G rooms. 2 par lors. 3 chambers and kitchen and pantry. Inquire of J. D O'CON'NELL, No. 28.5 corner 13th and D streets. Jt l?-4t* FOR SALE?The Good Will. Stock and Fixtures of a small RESTAURANT and STAND on Pennsylvania avenue. Enquire at 443, between 3d and 4h streets. Terms moderate and *ood rea Bon for sale. IT 13 4t SEVERAL DESIRABLE ROOMS FOR RENT, 5^ in a most beautiful and healthy location, cor ner orilth and B ?treets. Island. No. 13?,ju-t opposite the Smithsonian Institute. For terms, i t.. apply as above. Jy 13-3t? N OFFICE TOR RENT?An OFFICE, and also FURNISHED ROOMS in the Terr best local ity may be rented on E street between 6th and 7th. No. 448, near the Post and Patent Of fices. ? -*1 HOUSE FOR RENT-No. 206, on Ninth street, between O and P streets, containing 7 rooms, a passage, and aide alley, kitchen, dining r?0,"> three chambers, and saloon. P*rlor- Inquire U. J. O'CONNELL, corner 13th and D streets. No. 233. Jy 13-4t* Pon SALE?DRUG STORE;fine BRICK IIOUSK. < wilrrem,7ii.T? btjibo'iNff turs. Inquire of Dr. BOGAN.No. 455 Mass, avenue, near 26th street. ? 16 2w 170R SALK-A BURT & WRIGHT COMPEN r SATING TWO-HORSE POWER, nearly new Can be seen comer or 1st street east and B street south, Capitol Hill. Jyl6-eo3t^_ A RARE CnANOS FOR A PRACTICAL BUS INESS MAN.?A Grocery, Liquor an4 Provi sion Storr? Store and Houufor rr,nt or lease and Fir lurts for gaU.?The heuse contains store, parlor, dining room, kitchen, water closet and bath room. The store and rooms are completely rurnished with Kas and water, and is an excellent stand for business The occupant intends leaving the city on account or his health. The house is situated on D street. No. 276, be tween 13th and 13>i streets, only one square rroin Penn. avenue. For terms apply to the owner oc cupying the house. je 2-3taw2w FORSALE-A large and well-built three-stor BRICK HOUSE, with back building. No. 171 2d street west, between B and C st^ Immediate possession given. Apply to mAttlifis U. ua? js, 424 Pa. avenue. 1e7-eotr OR SALE ?The stock fixtures and lease of a neat little RESTAURANT AND ICE CREAM SALOON.located in abusiness thoroughfare, will be sold a great bargain in consequencetorill health of the owner. MITCHELL Jt SON Real Estate Brokers, Je 25-eolOt* S. E. corner Peuna. av. and 15th st. IRTY-KiVE HUNDRKD DOLLARS.? For I sale, STOCK, FIXTURES, GOOD WILL and three years' LEASE of a well fitted up Restaurant on Pennsylvania avenue, (thirteen rooms,) now in active, paying operation. _ ? MITCHELL & SON, Real Estate Brokers, 8. E. corner Penna. av. and 15th street, Je 10-eolm Washington, D. C T~ 0 LET?FURNISHED ROOMS, without board. Apply at No. 272 F street, corner of 13th. Jy 6 3w* f^OR SALE?WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. V The three story BRICK HOUSE, land Lot.) No. 559, 9th street. Island, between D and E ?treets. It contains ntne rooms, and is in all re spects a desirable residence and property. Apply to W. D. WALLACH, Star Office. je 28-tf T^O RENT?An elegant HOUSE, with krown stene front, partially rurnished, with all mod ern improvements, centrally and pleasantly lo cated, No. 444 E street, near the residence or Sec retary Chase, together with large brick stable. The premises not to be rented for a boarding bouse. For particulars inquire of Hon D. IT. SOMES on the premises, or Capt. GEORGE ELY, Ne.27 4Yt street. Possession given immediately. 1e 8-tf DOOMS FOR RENT.?Comrortable and well Xl furnished Rooms at 450 12th street, between G and H sts. The location ia one of the most de sirable in the city. myM-tr BOARDING. BOARDING-Afew QUIET BOARDERS taken in a private family. No. 17 Montgomery st , four doors above Bridge street Georgetown, D.O. Terms, $26 a month, with comfortable rooms, jy 2<>-3t* 1~?URNISHED ROOMS AND BOARD.?Two neatly FURNISHED ROOMS, w tli or without Board, and Table Board for a few gentlemen, can be had by applying at No 155 I street, between 21st and 82?1 streets. First Ward. Jy 20-2t* S_UMM"ER ROARDINfT?Pleasant Rooms and first-cl?ss Board can be obtained in George town, in a delightful locality, overlooking the banks of the PotomfC.. Apply at No. 212 Brulge street, near Frederick st. Jy 1" St Ma card. RS. J. CLARKE Has removed from 169 Bridge street to the fine and spacious house on Bridge st., 3d square above the Market. Ne. 3S5, where she is prepared to famish Board, with pleasant Rooms, suitable for gentlemeo. Tnis house is well adapted for boarders, being large and airy.with tinegarden attached. Suits of Rooms furnished whenrequired. References uiven and required PSA tine Stable and Carriage House for rent. Inquire on the premises. JJ 13-eo3t ICRLY FURNISHED ROOMS, single or in suit with first-class BOARD, at 3of G street. References exchanged. Jy 16-6t PERSONS CAN BE ACCOMMODATED WITH BOARD and LODGING at U per week, (or $1 per day,) at the PtilidelpWiHouse, Ho. 517 New New Jersey avenue near Baltimore Depot. Je 20-lm* D. H. WICH0L8. Proprietor. PERKINS, STERNE <6 Oo., 180 Br?adway, H. Y.? EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IE CALIFORNIA WINK. We guarantee them all to be absolutely ru*i. Cot tale by all Brat-clasa Grooers and Drugrlrte ever rw here. AUCTION SALES. THIS AF7ERJIOOFI AMP TO-MOKKUW gT GREEN ft WILLIAMS, Ancttonesrs. A GOOD TWO STORY FRAME HOUSE AND LOT ON O STREET. BETWEEN 4S AND bTH STREETS, ISLAND. AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY, the 12th instant, at o'clock p. m., we shall sell, in front of the premise*, a food two *twj Frame House. containing "1* rooms, be inir part Lot 8, in Square 4M A good chance for a small investment. . ? ? ...... Terms cash. GREEN Jc WILLIAMS, jy< Auctioneers, l?~THE ABOVE SAI.E IS POSTPONED UN- I til WEDNESDAY, the J^th instant. Fame hour and I place. Jy n GREENft JVILLIAMS, Aucts^ | J^Y J. C. McGCIRE ft Co. Auctioneers. TRUSTER'? SALE OF~E\CELLENT PURNI ? lVkK AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS. On THCRfcDAY MORNING. July -1st, at 10 0 clock, at hn?se No. 26 Louisiana avenue, be tween 4^i and 6th streets west, formerly the resi dence of Edward S?ann, Esq.. by virtue of a deed of ? 0Jrw *- ? 9PBr* l^h Int, and duly recorded in Iiiber ft O, *. 8?. jv fol;oi kj. et seq., one of the Laud Records for Washington county. I shall sell all tt e excellent furniture and household ef fects, comprising in part Superior Rosewood Case Piano Forte Pair o French plate Mantel Mirrors 52x73 1 French plate Pier Glass, 27xl?*7 IlaDdsomt Rosewoodbrocatellecarved Sofas, Arm, Easy, and Parlor Chairs Rosewood and Black Walnut Marble-top Centre and Fancy Tab es Brocatelle and Lace Curtains and Fixtures Whatnots. Reception Chairs Superior Velvet, Brussell, and Ingrain Carpets throughout Number of fine Engravings Extension Dining Table, hideboard China, Glass, and Crockery Ware Silver-plated w are. Table Cutlery _ Bed ana Table Linen, Towels, Napkins Walnut and Mahogany Bedsteads, Bureau", Ward robes, and Wasnstands Hair and Husk Matres?es. Bolsters, and Pillows Blankets, Comforts, Spreads Looking-glasses, Toilet Setts. Shades Heating Stoves of various kinds. Fire Irons T?gether with the usual assortment of Kitchen Requisites. Terms cash, EUGENE CARUSI. Trustee. Jy 15-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. B Y WM. L. WALL A CO., Auets. At the Horse Bazaar, 9?? La. avenue. SALE OF nORSEiT CARRIAGES. Ac. On THURSDAY MORNING, July2?, at l'>o'clock, we will sell, at the Bazaar, 9** Louisiana avenue, between 9tb and 10th streets, comprising about TWENTY-FIVE HORSES, Description at sale. Including one fine Brood Mare with Foal. Terms cash, Jy 18 WM. L. WALL A; CO.. Aucts. JJY W. B. LEWIS & Co., Auctioneers. FURNITURE. DRY GOODS. BOOTS AND SHOES. Ac., AT AUCTION. TO MORROW, (Thursday.' at 9'a o'clock, at our Store, No. 307 Pennsylvania avenue, we shall sell the Furniture of parties breaking Up, as Bureaus, Bedsteads. Beds, Mattresses. Chairs. Tables, and Cooking Stove; and also lot Merinoes. Sheetiug, and Shirts, Boots and Shoes, lot Groceries, Soap, Tobacco, Ac., Ac. jy ^0 W. B. LEWIS A CO.. An eta. ?JY GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE BY ORDER OF THE ORPHANS' COURT. On SATURDAY, the 23d instant, at l?i o'clock a. m., we shall sell, in front of our Auction Rooms, corner 7th and D streets, the personal effects of the late Harry Domines?. AUGUSTUS WATTS, Administrator. jy 2t) :'.t GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucts. gY THOMAS HOWLING, Auct'r; Georgetown. LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES, TEAS. LI QUORS. Ac., Ac.. AT PUBLIC AUCTION" On WEDNESDAY MORNING. July 27th. at ten o'clock, I will sell, at the store lately occupied by Wm H Ernest, Esq , No. 182 Bridge street, op posite the Market House, the entire stock of Gro ceries, Liquors. 8tore Fixtures, Ac., Ac. Name in part? Tea. Sutrar and Coffee, Soap. Candles, Starch, Ac., Barrels of Brandy, Gin and Rum, Barrels ?f Gibson and other Whisky, Barrels Molasses and Sirup, Brooms, Buckets. Tnbs, Ac.. Ac., Platform and other Scales Ac., A general assortment of all kinds of Groceries. Also, the Good Will and Fixtures of the Store, whic h is one of the best stands in the town. Sale positive. Termscash. THOMAS DOWLING, Jy 2**-td Auctioneer. j^Y J AS. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TBUSTEE'S SALE OF BRICK DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH II, BETWEEN 13TH AND 14TH STREETS WEST. By virtue of a deed of trust from William II. Clampitt and wife, dated the twenty thi'd day ?f September,eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, and duly recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 161, folios <3 7. 43B. and 439. one of the land records for Washington county, District of Columbia, I will sell at Public Auction, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY afternoon, August 3, at 6 o'clock, all that lot or parcel of land in the city of Washington, and District of Columbia aforesaid, being part *?f Lots numbered one, twenty-nine, and thirty, <1, 29, So.) in Square numbered two hundred and fifty, (25".) as said Lots and Square are marked, laid down and distinguished on the plan of said city; beginning for said part at a point on the line of H street north, eight feet four inches (8 feet 4 inches)east the southwest corner of said lot numbered one, and running thence east sixteen feet eight inches, (16 feet 8 inches.) thence south ninety-two feet, (92 feet,) thence west sixteen feet eight inches, (16 feet 8 inches ) thence north ninety-two feet, (92 feet,) to the place of beginning. improved by a well built brick house, with all the modern im provements. This property lies Just east of the Demenou buildings, and opposite the Presbyterian Church, and is one of the most desirable residences of its tias- in the city. Terms: One-half of the purchase money in cash; the remainder, with interest, in six months. A deed will be given and a deed of trust taken to secure the deferred payment. All conveyances, including revenue stamps, at the cost of the purchaser. Should the terms of sale not be complied with within three days, the Trustee reserves the right to resell ai the risk and expense of the purchaser, after giving on?- week's notice in the National Intelligencer, or other newspaper published in Washington. JNO. D. MrPHERSON, Trustee. Jy 20-eoA.ds J. C. McGUIKE A Co., Aucts. M Y W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers. GROCERIES, LIQUORS, PROVISIONS, Ac., Ac., AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY MORNING, 27th instant, at lno'clock, we will sell attiTSD street, the stock of Eugene Schwingbamers, consisting of very fine stock of Groceries. Liquors and Provisions. Mr. 8. havii.g determined to retire from the bufciness. Sale positive. Termscash. jy 19-d W. L. WALL A CO.. Ancts. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. NOTICE.?SMALL FRAME HOUSE ANI) LOT ON FIFTEENTH STREET WEST, BEET WEEN L AND MSTREETS NORTH. Pursuant to a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in equity, made in suit No. 152, wherein Libbey A Co. are co>n Flainants and Harriet Lancaster et al. defendants, shall proceed to sell at public auction, on the premises, on the 2!tth day of July, lst>4. at 6 o'clock p. m., all the estate, right, title, interest, claim and demand of Basil Lancaster, deceased, of, in and to a certain piece or parcel of land l>ing, sit uate and being in the city of Washington, and known and distinguished as part of Lot No. 2S, in Square No. 197. containing 16 feet I "uch front on 16th street west, between L and M streets north, t>y 120 feet in depth, together with all the im provements thereon Terms : One-half of purchase money cash at the time of sale, and the residue in 3, 6 and 9 months, with interest, the deferred payments to be secured by a deed in trust on the premises All conveyancing to be under the direction of the solicitor in the cause, at the expense of the purchaser, including the cost of revenue stamps. R L SANDERS, Trustee. T. M. BLOUNT. Solicitor. Jy 18 eo&ds J AS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auct's. yALUABLE MILL PROPERTY FOR BALE. A valuable Merchant MiH, 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 the canal without charge, and is capable of manufacturing IX) bar rels of Flour per day. An abundant supply of wneat 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 products of the mill. For the last few years it has be' n worked successfully and profitably, with a prospect of its continuance. For tne larger part of the purchase money a lib eral credit will be given if aesired. My on y rea son for wishing to sell is my lesire to retire from business. Apply to the subscriber. No. 7ft Water str. et, Georgetown, D. C, jp 29-6o9t WM ? H. KDK8. WHITE VIRGIN WAX OF ANTILLES?A new French Ooswetic for beautifying, whitening and preserving the Complexion It is the most wonderful compound of the tut*. There is neither chalk, powder, magnesia, bismuth, or tale in its composition, it being composed entirely of pur* Virgin Wax?hence its extraordinary qualities fer preserving the akin, making it ?oft, smooth, fair, and trans*-**.... It makes the old appear young, the homely. handsome; the handsome, more beau tifnl, and the most beautiful divine, Price 21 and 10 cents. HUNT'S BLOOM OF ROUES, a most perfect ooiur for the cheeks or lips, does not wash off or injure the akin. Priwtt cents and *1. HUNT'S COURT TOILET POWDER, for whitening and preserving the akin. Price 2ft and So cents Manufactured by HUNT ft Co., 4 t South Eighth street. Philadel Shin. None genuine unless the name of " Hunt ft o " is blown on the bottles. For sale at A KTJfclSiSai Pennsylvania ave.. Washington D. C. j^HiuaiuTom mp1ioiutosb t[ klflllltflpif. CONTINENTAL, MONITOR, ^IXCILBIC. .tam* ^wj*?s?eb! " m cannot fMl to be appreciated by ail. BONTfc* 6RI1 H 3 " 369 7thgtreet, Mt. AUCTION 8AJLE8. FUTURE DAYS. B r J. C. McGUIRE A CO., iicttdwi. TRUSTEE'S SALE Of VALUABLE BUILD ISO LOTS. Ia execution of a decree or the Supreme Court ot fhe Lbtrict of Oolumbia, sitting in eeuity, mill in the cause of Barrier et al vs. Rindell et a] , ea the 7tn ins'ant, tne subscriber. as Trustee, will sell. at Public Auction, on the prenieea, at eta o'clock p. m.. on MONDAY, the llth da/ of July. the following valuable BUILDING U)TI situate in 8quare 111. in the First Ward of Wank* in,*ti'S.c1t'r-Ti*: I'Ot No 1.1, fronting: 66 feet 7 inchea on H atraet, bet?e?n l^th and ii>th streets, opposite the pubUa reservation on the aouth aide of Peunsylvania ara DU?e'*td/nania^ back 183 feet. Part of lot No. 15, fronting ?> feet on O rtraat near it* iut?rs?.-tioo with Pennsylvania avenue and running back about iyi t^t, with the improve ments, consisting of a brick office. Lot No. 19 fronting on 18th atreet 5J feet, an4 running sack 1"? feet 9 inches All that part of Lot No. 18. adjoining Lot No. 19, fronting on lSth street ST fe?t6 inches. and run ning back ISA feet b inebea. AI-o, ail that part cf Lot No. 14 Wins immedi ate! y in the rear of that part of Loi No. W, last mentioned which ia now, and for many yea** haa been inclosed and used a* a garden with the said part of l.ot No. IS, and Lot No. 1?? the said portion of Lot No. 14 being 37 feet 6 inches by '5 feat J inchea. This property ia in an agreeable aid improving part of the city, in view of the avenue and v?ry well located for reaidencea. Th* Lota will be subdivided. if desired, to salt purchasers. On the following day, TUESDAY the 12th day of July 1.S64 it further execution of said decre- the subscriber will ?? 1, at the Auction Rooms of Jaa C. McGuire A Co., at aix o'olock p. ro . the follow ing vacant Lota lying eaat of tha Capitol: Lota Noa. 11, 12, 13, and 14, in Square 938, Ijing In one body, at the corner of north D and l<Kk stre?t* east. Lots Nob 1,2,15, and 16. in Square MS. lying ia one body, at the corner of north C and llth street* t* ftriX LotsNos. 1.1.3 and 4. in Square 1,W, fronting J~*veth2r.?J2 f :et OD Kfc8t Capitol atreet, between 13th and 14th streets ea?t Lots No* 1 2.3,4,and 8q?are 1,(157, fronting together *19 feet on East Oapito) atreet, at the oor tier of 15th atreet east. Lots Nob. 7.15,16, and 17, in Square 1,110, front in* on East Capitol and south A streets, batweea Igth ann 19th atreeta east Lota Noa. 1 and 2, in Square 1.112. lying at tka corner of south 0 and i9th streets east Many of these are corner Lots, situated on the widest streets, on high ground. Ac. The terms of f ale p-escrihed by the decree are m follower One third of the purchase money to be paid incarh.and the residue in two equal install meets, at six and twelve months from the lay of i sale, with interest, to be secured by approved a >tea j or bonds. The Trustee reserves the right to reaell any por ; tion of the property r in case the terms of stle ara j not complied with within ten day" from the day of sale, at the risk of the defaulting purchaser, on ten days' notice in the National Intelligencer. Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur chaser A B IIAGNER, Trustee. jel6-2awAds J. C. MoGUIRE A 00., Aacta. *?-TIIK A BO YE SALE IS UNAVOIDABLY Postponed until THURSDAY and FRIDAY AF TERNOONS, July 21st and 22d, same hour and place. A. B. HAGNER, Trustee. J? J. C. McGUIRE A Co., AucUi, JAS. C. McGUIRK A CO., Auctioneers. VALUABLE DWELLING HOUSE AND BUILD ING LOTS AT THE CORNER OF NORTH H AM) 19TH STREET WEST On THURSDAY AfTEKNOON, July 21st. at hair past six o'clock, on the premises, w? shall sell, for account of estate of the late Com. Crane part* Is 1"iand 111U Square >o. 1J0, at the corner of 19th street west and north H street, together with the improvements consisting of a three-story brick dwelling house with back buildings, stabling. Ac. The property will be divided into three parts two bui ding lots and the house and lot on which it stands, with a sufficient side slley. Possession of the house will be given on the 1st of October. 1364 Terms cash. Costof conveyances and stamps to be pail by the purchaser. jy 15-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. EXTENSIVE SALE OF CHOICE OLD WINES AND^QUOBS IN BOTTLES AND DEMI On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, July 22. commencing at 6 o'clock, at the AUCTION ROOM*, we shall sell the extensive and entire stock ..f Mr Jamas Casparis removed from his late H tel to the Auction Rooms for convenience of Sale, and will be sol.1 without reserve, some of it being an ac cumulation of the last twenty years We nam# in part Choice Brands of Madeira, Port, Sherry, Rhine and Claret Wines. Superior Old Monongahela, and Cabinet Whisker. some bottled in 1840. Choice Brandy. Santa Cruz and Jamaica Rum,Old Scotch Whiskey, iuj!>orted in l-?44 Peach. Brandy, Wild Cherry Brandy Hungarian and California Wines, Old Julep, Part ley Brandy, Champagne, in quarts and pints. White Wine. Vinegar, Ac., Ac. One large French-plate Mirror, XT' Catalogues may be obtained at the Auction Rooms. Terms rush. Jy 16 J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aueta. |^Y J. C. McGUIRK A CO., Auctioneers. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF NATIVE WIKM. HOKSK. SPRING WAGON AND HARNE8S On FRIDAY MORNING. July 22d. at II o'clock, on the premises. North Capitol street, near the Boundary. T shall sell the following proMTty, bo longing to the estate of my late husbandr 62 1 gals. Catawba Wine 28-> " Colombia Wine 30 " Isabella Wine ,, ?? ?*> Venango Wine, in all 960 g?.ls.. In casks not exceeding 30 gals eaoh At the same time. One Borse, Harness and Spring Wagon. One Iron Safe, end a number of Surveyor'* Drawing Tables. Terms cash. MINA UIILMANN, < ,* j Adm'x of late Chas. T. Uhlmann. _ ir 16 d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. gY J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctieneers. PEREMPTORY SALE~OF A FINE SQUARE Of On PRIDAY AFTERNOON, July 224, at 6 o clock at the Auction Rooms, we shall sell tho whole of "quare No. 890, lying on north H street, between 7th and 8th streets east. The sale of this square entire affords a fine op portunity for investment or speculation. It lies . the grane in a rapidly improving part of the city, has pavement, Ac., laid on the H street iront , Terms - One half cash; the remainder in 6 aad 12 months, with interest, secured by deed of truat on the premises. Conveyances at the cost of the purchasers. Title perfect. it 15-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. WALE OF CONDEMNED QUARTERMASTER'S STORES. Ckitf Quartermaster's Office. Washington Depot, i . Washington. D. O.. July !?> 18M 1 -h.lf ? '.?Jd *? Pnblls auction, at Seventh-Btreet wharf, in the oity of Washington, on FRIDAY July 22.1564. at llo'clock a m.. a lot of Quarter master s1 Stores, condemned as unfit for use. rii Scoop Shovels, Chairs, Axes, Buckets, I icks Lanterns, Brooms, S'oves, Horse Covers Old Copper, Letterpress^ Life Preservers, Ac. Tables, Successful bidders will be required to remove the storeF within five days from date of sale Terms ensh, in Government fund*. , ? D H RUOKER, Brig. Gen. and Ch^ef Quariermaster. .lylfi-d Depot of Washington. RUCTION SALE OF C0NDEMNKD HORSES, Wak Depabtmbht, Cavalst Bcbbao, J Qfict af Chief Quartermaster, S ' ^p.,, w WA8HIBOTOB, D. O., July 4.1364.1 8old JTBLIC AUCTION, to the high est Didder, at the times aDd places named below. VIZ . 1864eb&n?n' Penna*lTani*' THURSDAY, July I4th, ^Reading, Pennsylvania. THURSDAY. July tlat, 28th^864bUr*' Penn8'lv4n,a? THURSDAY. July 4 Artoona. Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Augut Williamsport, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY Au gust iltb, 1-164. TWO HUNDRED <300) CAVALRY HORSES at each place. These horses have been condemned as nnft fop the Cavalry service of the Army. For road and farm purposes many good bargains may be had. Horses sold singly. Terms: Cask in United 8tat?a currency. JAMES A. ERIN, Lieut. Col, and Chief Quartermaster, Jy6-td Cavalry Bureau. pAPER HANGINGS. I *?nld most respectfully inform my customers Papers, suitable for parlors, diuiag rooms, cham bers and halls. VU-Ul I am also in receipt of a large assortment of Gilt Cojn;0*. Gilt Window Shades and Picture Cord and Tassels. All persons wishing to urchase will do well to look for themselves before buying elsewhore. as I have the largest assortment of the above goods ia 1)19 Clir- ? ..... J0HN ALEXANDER, myfreotm (Into!.] No. ?40 Pa. aveauo. ABPHANB' COURT. Julv 2<1. lAM.?Distbict or V' Colcmbia, Washington County, 7V-w?t._ In the case of Lucy B. Rniney. Executrix of8aMue( Bainey, deceased, the adminiatralrix aforesaid haa- with the approkatiou of the wrphans' Court of Washington county aforesaid, sppoin'ed Tue day, theKtk iust., for thefinal settlemeotand di ? ?l Vlti ft n n m# 4 k.. A V I a.! A A ans is "??' ?'? I UBI., lur tar uu? ? via a is - trihution of the personal estate of the said de ceased, and of the assets in hand, as far as the same have been collected and turned into nooey when and where all the eredit??rs and heirs aaid deceased are aotifted to atteni,<atthe Or phans' Court of Washli^ton county aforeeaid > with their claims properly vouched, or they MaV otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit in said deceased'? estate: provided a oopy 0f this order be published once a week for three waeAa in the Evenlag Star, previous to theM day ofJalV Test: 9. o ROB KINS ir 7-U.a. Register of Wills. T*M LATEST STYLES * B A H A. T 1 ' r 4 00 ?8,

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