Newspaper of Evening Star, July 22, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 22, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. KgiUHTvcL Enoor a Day's pic-Nicino.? On Tuesday, & number of ladies and gentle, man of the Sixth Ward spent the day pic uic iagin Magruder's woods, or? the Eastern Bra:uh, and about suaset started homewards In two omnibuses, all in bish glee and spirits. The driver of one of the busses drove at a rapid rate, and attempted to cut off soma of the dis tance by taking a new road, when the wheels of the vehicle passed over a stump, jostling the driver from the box, sod injuring him tlighly, as also Mr. Crause, a musician, who was bi dly bruised about the head, and Mr U. Pro^peri, who was thrown forcibly oa the ground, and one of the wheels of the 'bus passed over his left thigb, bruising it to such an extent as to confine him to his house. A colored man, who was lying on the top of the ?vehicle at the time, escaped being thrown off. but s chlldof Mr. Hetry Bright was jostled out of the window of the carriage, and badly "oruised in the iac<\ ai; was also Mrs. Bright, who jumpedont immediately after. The body of the omnibus became detached from the coup ling, but rested on the springs, and the horses dashed off down the bill towards the bridge, the ladies screaming and some fainting at the time, and for a time the greatest consternation prevailed; but fortunately just before they reached the bridge, Lieut. Stanton, of the V. JR. C , (a nephew of the Secretary of War,) seeing the horses withont a driver, mads a desperate effor', and succeeded in turning the lead horse, thus stopping the coach, when all inside were momentarily expected to be hurled into the branch just before them. Several others were brnised, among thein Mr. W. A. Marfcs, Mrs. Hodges. Miss Alice Russell, Mrs. Marks, and Frank Walsh. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.? The road between Baltimore and this city is in complete order now, and the Philadelphia road having been repaired, the trains are now leaving here as usual?eight every day. The main stem of the Baltimore and Ohio road is also in complete order, and trains are now running through to Wheeling, the work on the Ham?''? F"?j nridge yesterday afternoon be ing so lar advanced as to permit trains to pass over. There are now no rebels near any part of the road, and passengers going West need have no fears of danger. The ?.:?> a m. and 7.20 p. m. trains connect at the Relay House for the Wett. During the recent raid, immense quantities of freight have accumalated at either end of the road, and for days, at least, will the officers and employees of the company have their hands fnll. This road is so well managed that an accident is of a very rare oc currence, but damage to the roads by raiders can only be prevented by the military. It is now strongly guarded, and at this time thete are no rebels within forty or fifty miles of it. The officers of the road, especiallv the master of transportation, W. P. Smith Esq., deserve great praise tor their promptness in taking measures to place the road in order as soon as the raiders left. _ Thi Intelligence* has a communicated article abusive of the police for shooting a dog in the street, admitted to be at large without a muzzle, but which was only a " little terrier.'' Terriers are generally "little," but we have never heard that their bite was any less fatal than that of bigger dogs. The plea of size is about as valid as that of Marvatt's wet-nurse, who urged, in extenuation of the fact that she was a mother and yet unmarried, that her baby was ,la very little one." It will be remembered that it was a "little terrier" that played the mischief at the jail lately while in a hydro phobic fit; and indeed this" breed of drogs,from their courage, activity, and tenacity, are prob ably the most dangerous of any while affected with hvdrophobia. We think the officers deserve credit rather than censure for the proper discharge of a dis agreeable duty, one so essential to the safety of the community A Rocoh Fellow.?Last night about ten o'clock, a teamster named Wm. O'Brien, invi ted a soldier named John Jones, alias Fagan, alias John F. Marlin, into Bligh's Restaurant, corner of C and 1:2th street, when the soldier was given a glas? of mineral water. He drank abont half of it and then threw the remainder with the glass into O'Brien's face, cutting him sever- ly. Officer Mills standing near saw the act and arrested Jones. Jones broke away and was about to escape when he was met by offi cer Miller, who seized him. Jones resisted and was yroving to be too hard for Miller, when a citizen came to bis aid and knocked Jones down. Roundsman Voss came up and quieted the prisoner by a blow from his ciiib. Justice Clayton sent Jones to Captain Putnam as a de serter. Sales op Real Estate.?Messrs. Jameb C. McGulre & Co. sold, yesterday, a lot on H street, between lfltli and 19th streets, '20 by 104 feet, with a small brick office on it, to John Riley, for f-2,975; two lots on l?th street, be tween Q and H streets, 22 feet 4 inches by 150 feet 9 inches, to George S. Krafft, for 60 cents per foot; three-story brick house and lot on H street, between 19th and 2oth streets, belonging to the estate of the late Com. Crane, to Dr. i Whelan, for f9,SOO; lot adjoining above, 26 by n>| feet, to Wm. I Williams, for 64 cents per foot; next lot adjoining, toCapt. Jas. H. Starin, for 76 cents per foot; small brick house on Cnestnut street, between 14tn and 15th streets, and P and Q streets, to Patrick Ragan, for ?*0S. _ The Third Ward or Sixth Precinct Station.?I.rntil last Wednesday the station house of the Third Ward police had been in Temperance Hall; then it was removed to the framebuilding on E street, near 8th, formerly occupied by the late Daniel Rowland as a magistrate's office. The station-house can be made very comfortable and suitable for the purpose. The workmen are already construct ing suitable cells for the safe-keeping of the prisoners, on the lot with the building?a con venience the officers have not had since the Central Quard-house was taken for military purposes. The station-house and cells are for temporary use, as the Central Quard-house is the proper station of the Third Ward police. Fovrth Ward Station Cases.?Morris Jay, grand larceny; jail for court. Martin Cooleyhan, assault and battery; dismissed. Andrew Jackson Brown, do.; do. Ann Dorsey, drunk and disorderly, S1.58. John Ross, dis orderly; locked up. James Shiner, do. and drunk; mititarv. Jno. Longshore, drunk; ? I 58. Pat'k O'Keefe, drunk, military. Chas. Haws drunk; *2 58. L?wis Girard, grand larceny; iail for court. Washington Burr, attempt at rape, jail for court. Conrad Stucki, assault and battery: bail for peace. Louis Rosenberg, fighting; dlsmi-sed. Maria Richter, do.; jiil for court. Charles Shields, drunk and disor derly; military. George A. Jones, deserter; ao. Peter Fla'rrity, drunk and disorderly; do. Villainous.?Last night Washington Burr, colored, was arrested by officer Morris, ot the Fourth Ward, for an attempt to commit arfape on a child about 10 years of rge, a daughter of <;atharine Matthews, colored. The parties re side in Pratiler's alley, and the act was wit nessed by several females, who testified against bim. The details are too disgusting to be pub lished Burr is well known to the police, and they give him a bad character. Justice Giber son sent him to jail for court. * Second Ward Station Cases.?II. King; drunk and disorderly; ?2. J. B. Hackley, do , ?2. Mollie Jones, grand larceny: dismissed. John Jones, assault and battery; Lewis Hill, drunk and disorderly; g2. Wm. O'Brien, de serter: dismissed. Joseph Williamson, drunk and disorderly; *2. Iway Maddoz, drunk; dismissed. Rachel Turner, threats; bail for peace John Hurst, grand larceny; jail for a hearing. James McCabe. do.: do. Michael Jones, receiving stolen goods; dismissed. Sebiocb Accidemt.?Wednesday, a woman named Isabella Dorrity was walking in Jack ton Alley, In Swamp^odle, near the Capitol branch, &nd being a stranger unacquainted with the locality, fell from the wall of the branch, and very severy injured her hip. She was tat en in*o a neighboring house, wher^sne rema ned until this morning, when the Mayor Ka\e her rermissioa t-> enter the Asylum aud receive turglcal attention there. Tux National Rifles ?The National Riflnr, Capt. W. G. Mocre, held a meeting last n'ght at Teniperance Hall, which was attend ed by a largn number of the members. It was decided to continue the present organization, and steps were taken to place it upon a firm basis. The company, alter resolving itself into a commit'ee, adjourned to meet arain on next Tue?day evening, or sooner, if deemed expedient by ttie captain. Colored Substitute*.?Substitute agents X it some of the State* are still en raged in re cruiting in this District and tending colored men North. Seldom a night passes but that a dozen or a ore are not got on a train. These recrui.irc agents sb^nld be looked after, and it thoul'i be as' ertained by what moans they manajre to smuggle their recruits (who belong to the District's quota) ont of the city. Great Sal? oe Choice Wines and I.iQro&H.?This afternoon, commencing at 5 o'clock, our neighbors, MGuite k. Co., will s U withont reserve, at public auction, the ex tensive stock of choice wines and liquors be longing to Mr James Ctsparie, comprising VWT fine liquors thathehas accumulated ,a r.r,orl pf ,*1 years paMio business. * ?CS u Principally in botUes and demi tam'ri WUI ** *0,<l ** ,oto *? ?*,< con" in T<* rda> with Mr. Howard, father of **bo#us f^rrskl'en ti0B' *** *a 1QU,"rtSW with the Police Rkport."-Firtf Precinct?v. Koon, assault and battery, and Thos Eind, drunk; dismissed. Second Precinct.?Jan. Daris, horse-stealing: jail for con:t. Third Precinct.? D/ir-icl Dowd, snspicion of larceny; dismis-sf d. Waiter Young, drnnk; dcv Patrick Malay, threats, jail in default of ball. W. B. Fernnel and Michael Ryan, drunk; military. Wesley Fryer, drunk and disorderly; S"2 50. Michael Doyle, suspicion of larceny; dismissed. Hammond Ballln. swindling; Kate Hcmer. drunk; Cornelius O'Uonner and An drew Martin, do.; dismissed. Harriet Stewart and Marcaret Rodgers, disorderly; S2.44 each. P. Hiiphrv, deserter, nnd Daniel bulllvan, sua* plcion of being a rebel soldier; military. Fourth Precxnct ?Mary (Jarr, threats; bail for peace. Marv C. Williams, disorderly; work house. Pat Tobias do. and drunk; SO. John Olascoe, grand larceny, bail for court. Mary Donohoe, disorderly; *1.80. Patrick Qalvin, murder; committed for court. Michael Maney, assault and battery: bail for court. Also, threat*; bail for peace. Michael McKeeyer, disorderly; &3. Eugene McCarthy, drunk and disorderly; ft >. Mary Shea, drunk and disor derly.; ?'<?? Sixth Precinct.? Nibley .lackson, F. Benter, John Underwood, and Richard McCarthy, disorderly; IS eaeb. Cornelius Halpin and Julia Halpin, do.; ?5 each. David Foley, drunk; ?1. Joseph Todd, throwing stones; Patrick McCarthy, assault and battery; for trial. Wm. Ockstadt and Catharine Ockstadt. threats; bail for peace. John Jones, drunk; and Adam Clark, disorderly; military. Tenth Precinct.?David Craig, larceny; dis missed. M. O'Dounell, threats: bail for "peace. Michael Keleher, drunk and profane; dis miafad. Tobirs Slater, disorderly; do. Jas. Crocker, drunk and disorderly; 88. James do. and profane; $3. Jas. S. Flattery, threats; dismissed. James D. Lewis, assault and bat tery; ball for court; M. McDonald, Kate Mc Cormick, disorderly; ?4 each. Patrick Mc Cormack, John Simpson, do. and drunk; dis missed. Mary Burke, disorderly and profane; dismissed. Robert Shelton, do.; SI. Sarah Taylor, do.; S3. John Mozlnger, larceny; de ferred. Oraud Larceny.?Louis Gerrard was ar rested last night by officers Lynch and Wil liams for the larceny of oyer $50 from John Clark. Mr. Clark identified the prisoner, and stated that he laid out the money for clothes. Justice Oiberson sentQerrard to jail for court. SPECIAL NOTICES. Sozopost.?This word has been starin? every body in the face tor the past few weeks, is now getting into nearly everybody's mouth, is a prep aration for cleansing, beautifying and preserving the teeth, sweetening the breath, and arresting the progress of decay. Sold by druggists, jy 22 3t Corns, Run:ons. Bad Nails, are. Dr. White will be in attendance at his rooms. No. 434 Pennsylvania avenre, on and after Fri day, July 22d. jy 21-tf lea Crsam ICR Crbam ! The undersigned begs leave to inform the public that he has always on baud a fresh supply of the choicest Savors las Crram, which he is prepared to supply to stores, sutlers, hotels, pic nies, parties, excursions, and families at the shortest notice and the most reasonable terms. Jos. Schappibi.d's Steam Ice Cream Manufactory, No. 3^6 6th st.,bet. G and II. Wholesale and retail. Je 23-lm* Sore Thboai, Cough, Cold, and similar troubles, if suffered to progress, re sult in serious Pulmonary, Bronchial and Asth matic affections, oftentimes incurable. Brown's Bronchial Troohbs are compounded so as to reach directly the seat of the disease, and give almost instant relief. Je 21-lm,r Colgate's Honiv Soap. This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such anlversal demand, is made from the choicest materials, is mild and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scent ed, and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. Ja25-eoly DIBFA8E8 0P THl NlSRVOUS, SkMINAL, UrISABV and Skxdal Svstbms?new and reliable treatment ?in Reports of the Howard Association?8ent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address D. J. Skillin Houghton, Howard Asso ciation, No. 3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. jeausm Spbbv atobbhoca can bb Cubbd.?Dr Rand's Spe cific cures Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weakness, Im foteney. Loss of Power, ett.. speedily and tfectually. ts effects are truly magical. Atrial of the Specific will convince the most skeptical of Its merits. Price 91 a box. Sold byb. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook. Alexandria. ja6-ly Wabbahtbd toOubi II Six Days.-Dr. Godfrey's Antidote, an English Specific of sixty-five years' standing, will cure Oonorrhaa in six days. No ehange of diet required. Price 91 per bottle. Sold by S.D.Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook. Alexandria. Ja #-ly THBOHBAPBST AID SB8T HAIB DTB II TIB WOBLD ?Never Fades or Washes Out.?Upham's Hair Dye, 10 cents a box. The best in use. Try it. Sold by S. O. Ford, corner 11th street and Penn. avenue, Washington; and Henry Cook, Alexandria. aii-lv Da. Dopont's Sugar-coated Female Regulating Pills are the very best in use. They operate speedily and effectively, and being sugar-coated create no nausea upon the most delicate stomach. A trial oi these Pills will prove their superiority over all ethers. Price 91 a box. Sold by 8.0. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue,Washington,and Henry Cook, Alexandria. JaS-ly NBBV0BB Debility, SlMIBAL WlAKVBSS. etc.. Can Be Cured by one who has really cured himself and hundreds of others, and will tyll you nothing but the truth. Address, witn stamp, IDWABD H. TaAVBB, mar S DA W,ly Lock Box. Boston, Mass. Do too c?lor your whiskers and moustache? I So, nse the "Japanese Hair Stain." No hair dye in the world equal to it. Only one preparation. It colors a natural black or brown. Only fiOcenta a box. ??? ? 8. 0. Ford, ja 2-eo3m 290 Pa. avenue. 8ole Agent. DIED, On the 21st instant, Mrs. JANE C. MELLING, aged 38 years and 17 days, beloved wife of George Melling. Her funeral will take place this afternoon, at 4 o'clock, from thi\residence of her husband, No. 101 I street, near corner of 24th. The friends of the family are respectfully inviteii to att*-n<l. * On Thursday, the 21st inst.. JOSEPH M., son of Richard and Elizabeth Arnold; aged 9 months. The friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, from No.41* G street south, near the corner of 7th street east, on Saturday, the ?Jd inst., at I o'clock p. m. * On Tbursday, the 21st. JOSEPH, infant son of Budolph and Ann E. Eichliorn. His funeral will take place on this (Friday > after noon at 4 o'clock, from bis parent*' residence, from the corner of jd and F streets. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. * On Friday, the Z2d instant, DAVID HAY, son of David and Laura Virginia Brown, aged 9 months. The funeral will take place on Saturday after noon. 23d inst.. at2o'clocK, fromNo. 264 Cftreet, bet. 4>4 and 6th sts , Island. * - Ou Wednesday. July 20, at lip. rj., of scarlet fever. FLORENCE ELIZABETH, >oungest child of John D. and Rosauuah Brandt; aged 11 mouths and 10 davs. Miss MARY LEE. the consorter of James Lee. who departed this life on the ?'th instant, will be buried from her late residence, on the 23d instant, at 2 o'clock, on Union street, between 4>4 and 6th sts.,Lsland. Friends of the family are invited to attend. * ?g0 CHOICB^STOCK 4*6 INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. 496 486 PAPEEHANGINGS. 4*8 A select and varied stock of Gltt. Medium and low-priced Paperhangings. Borders, Statues, Cen ter Pieces, Ac. WINDOW SHADES. Buff. Green, Chocolate, Brown ?nd Gilt Window Shades, n variety of patterns; 8hade Fixtures, Tassels, Ac. PICTURE CORD AND TA8SEL8. Bilk and Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, dif ferent sixes and colors, * 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 sma l-sized Oval and Carte de Visile Frames. ENGRAVINGS AND PAINTING8. A few choice Rugraviogs and Paintings always In store. _ , , m. Orders for Paperhanginf and Window 8hales punctually attended to in city or county. Terms cash fer goods or labor. J. MARKRITE3, No. 496 Seventh street, Jy 7- * Right Doors above Odd Fellows'Hall. JELLING OUT TO CLOSE. GRSAT REDUCTION IN BOOKS, STATION ERY. AND FANCY ART id LED. The undersigned offer to Um trade and public generally great indaoemaats to purchase, as he is closing out his large steak of goods preparatory to leaving the cttv. Great b*rgains la Books, Stationery, Photo Ksph Cards, Albums, Knives, Scissors, Razors, aos. Combs, Brushes. Perfamery i large lot o4 geods at half prioe. everal very dim Show Oases for ? _ ? ? ?/, A.c., Ac, A large lot of geods ai half price. Several very dim Show Oases for sals. For a short time only. a? THE NATIONAL BOOK 8TORS. BTB Pean. avenue, Uth and Uth sts., Washington, D. 0. Jy l* 1m BftABMYBMflTQ INFORM HIB - AflsV .Wads of Marble worked u ^ favors and hopes to wants. VV^n3R- Apply 209 p? WT ??W^oppoMte WiUards'. It* W A?N.T^rI?.buT * ?A0ATBLL. Apply S3 4 2 ir 22-St* h?t*een IJtb and 13thntreeU north. VV AsitvY^I\{h ^speetabfe young woman. 1 ?ith ??ah!iwJ. chsmbfrnwd and k.o assist rtr^rb.^^iss'Ff pi??" ?u * ***&> W^ufrS attJ&i** r?fP*?table young woman, a dr&?a HnVl& o n? ^22 ^Tll hou.ework. A1 EK* Offlee. Good reference given. WANTED?A. WAITER at the Gosling lions*. ? .mlns\ noder.tand the business. Good ?tw1,teftlJ>" employment will be given. In - ?. ?!, ?* restaurant, S4T Penn. avenue. bet. i*tn and 13th streets. jr 22-2t* VV ANT?D-A good COOK; also a LAUNDRESS. T .Cook must bo willing to assist with ?ashinar ?i ? ,rf.ninc- Call at 1?4 1st., between 2itih nn i list Mone need apply unless understanding their business. jr?2 2t* IV ANTED ? A WOMAN to wash dishes and ~ _ roake beds, also, to Cook and make herself rueful in the kitchen. Enquire at the Gosling j?Lv ? Pennsylvania avenue, between 12th ard 13tn streets. jy 22-2t* VVANTED-A BARKEEPER H,t BROWN'S Res '' tsurant. cor. 13th st. and Pa a*. Jy213t* COOK WANTED IMMEDIATELY-At the Ori ental Restaurant, corner7th street and Massa chusetts avenue. jy 21-2t* A COPPE8, Proprietor. LABORERS WANTED.?Wanted immediate!v, TWO HTNDRED LABORERS, FIFTY OAR PENTERS, CHOPPERS, Ac., to work on Eastern Branch Line of Fortifications. Apply to Mr. JOHN COLLIN8, Superintendent, at Camp Haskin, near Insane Asylum, aorosi East ern Branch, or at Headquarters Chief Engineer Defences, corner of Penn avenue and 19th street, Washington WM. O. GUNNELL. Jy2l-6t* Engineer Defences North Potomac. WANTED-An UNFURNISHED HOUSE, in a good location, with twenty or thirty rooms. Address Post Office, Box No. 569. jy 2">-4t* WANTED?A Good girl to do general house work in a small family. Apply at 58<> Vir ginia avenue, between 7th and 8th sts., Navy Yard. jy 20-3t* A FAMILY OF TWO PERSONS want to hire three or four unfuri8hed ROOMS suitable for housekeeping. Address, stating terms, "A, R.." Box 663, Washington P. O. Jy20-4t* ANY QUARTERMA8TEROROTHER OFFICER wanting a competent CLERK, can hear of one who has had three years experience, by addressing A. B., at this office. Jy20-3t* WANTED-A SITUATION in a Grocery and Liquor store, by a young man who thorough ly understands the business; would hare no ob jections to drive an express wagon. Apply at the Star office, M. D. H. Jy20-3t* WANTED IMMEDIATELY?Four good jour NEYMEN CARPENTERS. Apply at TUR TON A LOURY'8, 12th, above the kirkwood Honse. jy 15-tf TBE SUBSCRIBER WI8HES TO PURCHASE (for cash) a FARM 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 Quartermaster11 Office, rrpot of Wa thin* ton A Washikotoh, D. C., July 9,18R4. f 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 ne thirty dollars, with one ration per day, an;1 hospital privileges, including the best medical attendance when sick. Apply to Captain Charles H. Tompkins, A, Q. M., r S. A..corner Twenty-second and G sts., Wash ington, D. C. D. H.RUCKER, Brig. Gen'l and Chief Quartermaster, JeSMflt Depot of Washington. WANTED?1,000 LADIES to come and bay the same number of Embroidered Yokes and Sleeves, Bands and Wrappers. We have reduced the price one-fourth, and now offer them cheaper than ever. PRINCE, je 21-tf 331 F St., opposite Patent Office. Blacksmiths and wheelwrights WANTED. Chief Quartermaster's OJfiee, ttepot of Washington,t Washington, July 4,1864. S Wanted at once, to work in Government repair shops. Quartermaster's Department, Depot of Washington, One Hundred (V*') good BLACK SMITHS and One Hundred (100) good WHEEL WRIGHTS. The pay per month will be Sixty Dollars ($W), with one (1) ration per day. and hospital privileges when sick. Apply to Captain CHAS. H. TOMPKINS, A.Q. M., U. S. A., correr Twenty second and O streets. Washington. D. C. D. H. Rl'OKER, Brig. Gea. and Chief Quartermaster, jy 6-lSt Department of Washington. WANTE D?SECOND HAND FURNITURE. Also, MIRROR8, CARPETS, BEDS, BED DING, and HOU8SFURNI8HING&OOD8 of every description. B. BUCHLY, 49S 7th street, Je8-tf be twees Garfd H, east side. GEORGETOWN APYER'MTS ry^aF*NOTICE.'?At a meeting of the Draymen, |ljf Cartmen. and Haulers of Georgetown, to taEe into consideration the price of hauling, it was? Resolvtd, That from and after this date July 19th. the prices of hauling lie as follows: Hauling to any part of Georgetown, 5^ cents; out side of the town, 76 cents; hauling flour from canal to the river, 2Jt cents per barrel; haulingto Wash ington, f l..rjO; to Nary Yard, 12 for each and every load. jr 23-3t? H/fAYOR'S OFFICE. 1*1. GaOROETowv, July 22, H>4. Notice is hereby given to all persons residing within the limits of this town, wao are owners of dogs, that they are required to keep the same se curely confined for the period of two months from this date, unless tbey be so securely muzzled as to render them harmless. . The attention of the polite officers is requested to this notice, aud that they carry out the law in the case. j >? 222w IIENRY ADDISON, Mayor. THE UNDERSIGNED BEGS LEAVE TO IN form his friends and the public generally that he has opened a new DINING SALOON for the accommodation of ladies and gentlemen. It isgot up on the European plan. Prices reasonable. No. 26 Bridge street, opposite Crnit's Livery Stable. FURNISHED ROOMS for rent with or without board. WILLIAM MIERS, jy 2U 3t* Proprietor. /GEORGETOWN CORPORATION STOCK. VT Those persons who may be disposed to pur chase Georgetown Corporation Stook, which bears an interest of six per cent, per annum, payable quarterly, can obtain some by applying to WM. LAIRD, Clerk of said Corporation. je 29-dtlan ROWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, by the 1 Potomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac," "Goy. Cartin" and "Belle Haven." Apply to the Captains on board, or to JOHN B. DAVIDSON, my 13- Water street, Georgetown. G. 1). SMITH'S Wild Cherry Tonic Bitters* TONIC - astringent - AROMATIC - DISIN FECTING-PROPHYLACTIC. Sold Everywhere. Ask your Druggist and Grocer for it. IT WILL CURE. Indigestion, ' " Dyspepsia, Dysentery, * Diarrhea, Agueirnd Fever. Loss of Appetite. Liver Complaint, Jaundice. The Elixir of life for the AgeJ. W^ll give Health and feeauty to the Young. This Prophylactic should be in every family at this Reason of the year, as this delicious beverage can be used without the deleterious effects o Liquors. SMITH & M0RRI80N, j)^7-lm Proprietors. JAMES THARP^^^ ^ TOBACCO CIGARS, PIPES, Ac., 602 9th St.. above Pa. av?.,east side, Washington. The attention of sutlers and purchasers general ly is called to his stock, which will be found to embraoe a great variety of every article in his line of-bnsiness. He would take this occasion to return his thanks to the Washington public for the patronage heretofore extended to him. je22 lm* aTh , DOORS, AND BLINDS. Receiving constantly a choice article of SASH. DOORS. AND BLINDS.of Boston Manufactory, of superior style and workmanship, which we are ef feri ng at lew prices. We respectfully iavite builders and others to call and examine oar stoek of goods. FENWlCK A STEWART, Office?west side of Seventh street, Je IB lm^ at Canal Bridge. MILITARY BOARDING 8CHOOL-On Balti more Railroad, 15 miles from Philadelphia. Pupils have the benefits of a home; thorough course in Mathematics, Languages, English. Ac. Number limited. Terms moderate. Received at anytime. Fine Library and Apparatus. Address Rev. J. HERVEY BARTON, A. M., Village Green S?minary, Delaware county, Pa. jy 9-7w* RlFUQMLATdM. ? Jnst -eceived a very large and complete asaort ment of the celebrated ~~ continkntal, mok BIMlAT0M which are admitted to be ef the moat approved patterns, and workmanship ef the best qaality, which on trial and examiaation.cannot fail to M appreciated by all. . BONTZ A GRIFFITH, jel 869 7th street, bet. I and k. PERKINS, STERNE A Co., ISO Br?a??n II. y.? EXCLUSIVE DEALERS IK CALIFORNIA WINE. We curaatM them all to ABSOLUTELY PURE, For sale by all feet ?vamrhm. nhH-m* FOR RENT AND SALE. FOR rknt?On th? t?t of Augaat, 1544. part of an CNKnHKIkHED UOl'SlI, wiitblt for a small family in a very delightful place. Addrea* P. O. Bo*. 11 *6. ' , It* fpou RBNT-Two furnished HOUSKS.with in half square of Pa. avenue, central location, all the modern improvements. For pnrticu lay address "fl.," Star Office. jy 22 iw" C*OR 8ALB?Th? BAR in use in a billiard room * fcr sale. Rent only$2-1 a month Inquire at the Varieties. P. K. MAGUIRE. Jr . Jy 22 3t* _319D street, bet. 9th and loth. rj^OR RENT- A new three story frame HOU3K, situated on lltli street, betweeh M and N sts. Inquire oa Mans. arenue, between9th and rthsts.. No. 375 Jy 22 3t* FOR RENT-A three story BRICK HOUSE,sit uated en K street near Connecticut avenue, three squares from the War Department. Inquire 440 13% street, bet. ? and F. Jy 22 2t* FOR RKNT-Tbree^tory BRICK H0U8B, No. 87 5 I'a. svenue, between 10th and 1 It ft sts?.? south side. Possession given at once. Apply J. W. THOMPSON, 869 Pa. avenue. jy^ HOUSE F0R~RRNT-No. 806,on Ninth street, between O and P streets, containing 7 rooms, a palate, and aide alley, kitchen, dining room, three chambers, and saloon, parlor. Inquire I) J. O'CONNELL, corner 13th and I) streets. No. 895. Jy S2-2t* FOR BALK?A thre?-story BRICK HOUSE, with 6 rooms, located in very healthy and rapidly improving neighborhood. The lot is 10 > feet deep, upon which are several choice peach trees, grape vines, raspberries, and a vegetable garden This property would b? exchanged for a resoectahle paying and established business, (with dwelling u tached and moderate rent.) to be within the bounds of Pa. av , 4>i, H and 11th sts. Address J. C. FRANCIS. Washington, P. 0. Jr 22-3t* FOR SALE?A brick HOU8E, having 8 rooms lot 37 by no feet, cheap?$3,2 Aise. a COTTAGE containing 6 rooms, J^WX) feet of ground, with carriage house, stable, fruit and shade trees, etc., will be sold a bargain. MITCHELL & SON.. Real Estate Brokers, Southeast corner Penn'a avenue and 15th st. N. B.?A RESTAURANT (fiverooms)on Seventh street, with five years' lease, furniture, stock and licenses for ,$ Son. A GROCERY BTORE, well located (rentS.Wper year) with complete fixtures, gas, and city license* paid. Immediate possession for >400. [jy22 eoSt* [TOR RENT?In Georgetown, one small FUR r NISHED ROOM. Inquire No. 38 Green st., below Bridge st. Jy 21 3t* Three unfurnished rooms for rent at No. 459 M street, between 12th and 13th, jy 21-lt* E^OR'RENT?Two larse communicating ROOMS, I on first floor, with privilege of Kitchen and Dining-room. Location central. Apply at 388 G stree t, bet ween 12th and 18th. jy 21-3t? II^OR RENT?Two handsomelr FURNISHED ROOMS with or without board. Location cen tral. Inquire at No. 537Yz U street, between 6th andjth. jy 21 3t* FOR SALE?A swo-story frame DWELLING HOUSE. Also, a good GROCERY STAND ad Joining. on the corner of 3d and L streets. Iuqnire of J. THOMPSON, ls*3 8th street, between O and P. Jy 21-3t* T*0 ROOMS FOR RENT ON THE FIRST A floor, either furnished or nnfarnishsd. Apply at No. 560 Kstreet. between ISth and 19th streets, south side. [Jy21-2t*l MRS. MoDAUROn. FOR RENT?One brick IlOrSE with 14 rooms, situated on Penn'a avenue, between \V% and 6th streets, opposite National Hotel. Apply to II. 8 JOHNSTON, No 37 3 Penn'a avenue, between 4!-? and 6th sts. 1 Jy211't' FOR SALE-TheGOOD WILL and FIXTURES of a Restaurant, in a good locaality. Will be sold to the first applicant. The best of reasons given for selling. Liquorssnld if desired. Inquire of BERN AND RUSSELL, 514 Eleventh street, near Pennsylvania avenne. Jy 21 -3t* FOR SALE OR TO LET?The three story brick HOUSE, No. 79 K street, and lot adjoining, containing 9rooms The house has been putin thorough repair. Also, the fine three story house, 13 rooms. No 83 Penn'a a venue. Possession given of either immediately. Inquire of HENRY NEWMAN, Jy 11-3t* 83 Penn'a avenue. A BARBER SHOP FOR SALE-An old estab lished stand. Address Box 12, Star Office, jy 20-.'it* TO LET?A fine, airy suite or FURNISHED ROOMS, second floor. Also, a CHAMBER, on fourth floor. At No. 425 l.Jth street, between G and H. iy 21) .'it* FOR SALE?A GLA^S CASE, ten feet high, nine Ion*, and two deep. Glass 21}?i26. Price $30. 304 north B street, corner Del. avenue, Capitol Hill. jy 2 i-3t* FOR SALE OR RENT-One of the best BAKE RIES in Annapolis, Md. Possession given immediately. Reference No. 177 PeBn. avenue, bet. 17th and 18th sts., Washington. D. C. Jr2t? 3t* FOR SALE?A well established GROCERY and LIQUOR STORE now doing a good business. A good stock on hand. Satisfactory reasons given for closing the business by applying at No. 613, corner 7th and D streets. Island jy 20 3t* Furnished rooms tor rent?one yery pleasant Parlor on first floor, with rooms ad joining, with use of kitchen if desired. Also, sin gle rooms for gentlemen. Terms moderate. No. 319 north B street, near the Capitol.. between ScU?uta?><,?>n4ut^. jy* FOR SALE?The GOOD WILL and FIXTURES of a Restaurant, with possession of whole house if desired; house contains nine rooms. Rent ?3" per month; one of the best stands in the city. Inquire on the premises, 399 4,Li street, between N and O sts.. Island. Jy 2'i-St* FOR SALE-A three-Story FRAME HOUSE, sit uated on the corner of lj>4 and D streets. Island. It is a very desirable location for busi ness?either a restaurant or grocery and liquor store. Aline healthy location, and offers a rare chance for a business man of small capital. Apply on the premises. Jy 2"-3t* DANIEL RIORDEN. FOR BALE-BRICK YARD anl FIXTURES. Inquire at this office. Jy 19 lw* Sj^OR SALE?The 8TOCK and fixtures of a r new and second hand Clothing. Boot and Shue establishment. The proprietor designs changing his business and will sell on accommodating terms. For further information apply at No. 76 Louisi ana avenne. near 9th street. jy 19-4t* FOR SALE-DRUG STORE; fine BRICK nOUSE, (will rent;) three BUILDING LOIS. Inquire of Da. BOG AN, No. 455 Mass. avenue, near 26th street. Jy 16-2w* FOR SAI.E-A delightfully located LAGER BEER GARDEN, two acres of ground, with Brick House Si by .?>,(4 rooms.) Saloon Bar, Shoot ing Gallery, Ten pin Alleys, Dancing Pavilion.and every essential constituting a pleasant resort. MITCHELL ic SON, Real Estate Brokers, south east corner Pa. av. and 15th st. Jy 11 eolOt* TO LET-FURNISHED ROOMS, without board. Apply at No. 87 8 F street, corner of 13th. Jy 6 3w* I^OR SALE?WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. The three story BRICK HOUSE, (and Lot.) No, 559, 9th street. Island, between D and B streets. It contains nine rooms, and is in ail re spects a desirable residence and property. Apply to W. D. WALLACH, Star Office. Ja 23-tf COR SALE.?The stocl? fixtures andleaseofa T nest little RESTAURANT AND ICE CREAM SALOON.located in a business thoroughfare, will be Bold a great bargain in consequence of ill health of the owner. MITCHELL tc SON Real Estate Brokers, Je25-eol0t*_ 8. B. corner Penna. av. and 15th st. TO RENT?An elegant HOUSE, with Vrown stene front, partially furnished, with all mod ern improvements, centrally and pleasantly lo cated, No. 44^ E street, near the residence of Sec retary Chase, together with large brick stable. The premises not to be rented for a boarding house. For particulars inquire of Hon D. E. SOMES on the premises, or Capt. GEORGE ELY, Ne.87 4H street. Possession given immediately. 1e 8-tf FOR 8ALE?A large and well-built three-stor BRICK HOUSE, with ba^k bui'ding, No. 171 Jd street west, between B and C sts. Immediate r^Bsession given. Apply to CHARLES II. LANB, 84 Pa. avenue. le7-eotf ROOMS FOR RENT.? Comfortable and well furnished Rooms at 450 12th street, between G and H sts. The location is one of the most de sirable in the city. my21-tf BOARDING. A GENTEEL PRIVATE FAMILY IN OEORGE town will rent, with Board, a desirable Front Boom. Address "V Y ," Star Office. It* RUMMER BO A RDIN&-A few" BOARDERS can be accommodated with goo 1 country hoard at Bladeusburg, mar the celebrated Spa Spring. In quire at No. 4 67 13th st. jy 2i-3t* Board and" handsomely furnished ROOMS for families or singls persons. House commodious and airy, with spacious grounds. One large second story room for a party of three, $100; one for a party of two $00. Apply south west cor ner of 21st and II streets, near Pennsylvania ave nue. jy 21-St* BOABDING? A few QUIET BOARDERS taken in a private family, No. 17 Montgomery Ht., four door* above Bridge street Georgetown. D. C. Terms, $2S a month, with comfortable rooms. j> ?K3t^ M" A CARD. RS. J. CLARKE Has removed from 169 Bridge street to the fine and spacious house on Bridge st., 3d square above the Market. 335, where she is prepared to furnish Board, with pleasant Rooms, suitable for gentlemen. This house is wall adapted for boarders, beinglarge and airy.with finegarden attached. Suits of Rooms furnished wheu required. References riven and required P-B. A fine Stable and Carriage House for rent. iBQUire oa thi' premises. Jy 18-eo'U* PERSON8 CAjTbE ACCOMMODATED WITH BOARD and LODGING at fs per week, (or SI per daj,)*tthe Philadelphia House, No. 517 New New Jersey avenue near Baltimore Depot. Je ap-lm* P. H. NICHOLS. Profrtietor. DILLIABD TABLES FOR SALE.?The Subserl tsaaxs! t5s of 11th street %nd Pennsylvania rreane.- Je U-tf THR STEAM 1NGINB INDICATOR, by Paul B. Btlllmaa; <2?ft. Walker's Notes on Screw PropaUion, Ward's Steam for the Million, Portnine on the Steam Rapine, London. Naint Browaon the Marine Steam Engine. g0r$??on thel&ariBe'steacs Engine. Leadon, Ishsrwood's lngiaeerin* Precedeafaj;^?ol. 4 Bourse's Catechism of the Steam Rngiae; New Hoblln oa the Steam ?agiae.X.oadoa, Kjp.?u?auui i AUCTION SALES. THIS AF7ERNOON AND TOMORROW PY J. C. K jOUIRB *_CO.. Auctioneer TRU8TKE*8 SALE OJMfALUABLE BUILDING la execution of a decree of ttie gapreme Oourt of fhe Dittrict of Columbia. sit'iug in eeuity, passed tu the causc of Hsgrier et tl to. Rmiell et al? on !he 7tn ins ant, tee sabs-nber. as Trustee, will ? 11. at Public Auction, on the premise*. at six o'clock p. m.. on MONDAY, the Iith d*y of Jnlv. 'h? folic, wirg valuable BUILDING LOTS situate in Square HI, In the first Ward of Wuk ington city,via: Lot No 11. fronting ? feet 7 inches on H street, between 18th and I9tn streets, opposite the publie reserv-tion on the south aide of Peuniylrania are ? roe, ard manias back 1S3 feet. Fart of lot No. 15, fronting 20 feet on II street "fsr i(? intersection with Pennsylvania avenue acd running back about 130 feet, witb the improvs Tr,fn\*i'consisting of a brick office. Lot No. i9, fronting on 18th street 52 feet, and "N"* h?ck 15" feet S io^hes. Ajl that part of Lot No. 13. adjoining Lot No. 19, fronting on 18th ?treet 37 fe-1 ti inches, and run mn? back 1W feet 6 inches. Also, all that part of Lot No. 14. lying Immedi ately in the rear of that part of Lot No. 18, last mentioned, which is now, and for many years has been. inclosed and used as a garden with the said part of Lot No. 18, and Lot No. 19?the said portion of Lot No. 14 being 37 feet ? inches by lfi feet 3 inches. This property ia in an agreeable and improving part of the city, in view of the avenue, and vary well located for residences. The Lots will be subdivided, if desired, to suit purchasers. On the following day. TUESDAY the 12th day of July. 1864 in further execution of said decree, the subscriber will se;l, at the Auction Rooms of Jas G. McGuire A Co., at six o'clock p. ra., the follow ing vacant Lots lying east of the Capitol: Lota Nos. 11, 12, 13, and 14, in Square 938. lying In one body, at the corner of north D and loth streets east. Lots Nos. 1, 2,15, and 16, in Square 9>W. lying in one body, at the corner of north O and 11th street* east. Lots Ncfl. 1, J, 3, and 4, in 8quare I.fljJS, fronting tot ether 311 feet on East Capitol street, between 13th and 14th streets east. Lots Nos. 1.2,3,4,and 20, in Square 1,057. fronting together 2"9 feet on Bast Capitol street, at the cor ner of 15th street east. Lots Nos. 7.15,16, and 17, in Square 1,110, front ing on East Capitol and sontli A streets, between 18tn and 19th streets east. Lots Noc. 1 and 2, in Squars 1,112, lying at the corner of aouth C and 19th streets east. Many of theee are eorner Lots, situated on the widest streets, on high ground. Ac. The terms of sale prescribed by the decree are as follows: One third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, and th* residue in two equal install ments. at six and twelve months from the day of aale, with interest, to be secured by approved notes or bonds. The Trustee reserves the right to resell any por tion of the property, in case the terms of sale are not complied with within ten days from the day of sale, at the risk of the defaulting purchaser, on ten days' notice in the National Intelligencer. Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur chaser. A. B. HAGNER, Trustee. je l6-2awAds J. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. ?y TIIE ABOVE 8ALE 13 UNAVOIDABLY postponed until THURSDAY and FRIDAY AF TERNOONS, July 21st and 22d. same hour and place. A. B. HAGNER, Trustee. Jr 15 d J. C. McGUIRE A Co., Aucts. B Y JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. EXTENSIVE PALE OP CHOICE OLD WINES AND LIQUORS IN BOTTLES AND DEMI JOHNS. On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, July 22. commenciiia at 5 o'clock, at the AUCTION ROOMS, we shun sell the extensive and entire stock of Mr. James Casparis. removed from his -late Hotel to the Auction Booms for convenience of Sale, ami will be sol.1 without reserve, some of it beintran ac cumulation of the 1 abt twenty years. We name in part Choice Brands of Madeira, Port. Sherry. Rhine and Claret Wiues. Superior Old Monongahela, and Cabinet Whiskey, some bottled in 18to. Choice Brandy. Santa Cruz and Jamaica Rum,Old Scotch Whiskey, imported in 1S?, Peach Brandy, Wild Cherry Brandy. Hungarian and California Wines, Old Julep, Pars ley Brandy,Champagne, in quartn and pints. White Wine. Vinegar, Ac., Ac. One large French-plate Mirror. */"Catalogues may be obtained at the Auction Rooms. Terms eash. Jy 15 J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. PEREMPTORY SALE OF A FINE SQUARE OF GROUND. On PRIDAY AFTERNOON. July 221, at 6 o'clock, at the Auction Rooms, we shall sell the whole of Pquare No. 890, lying on north H street, between 7th and 8th streets east. The sale of this square entire affords a floe op portunity for investment or speculation. It lies well with the grade in a rapidly improving part of the city, has pavement, Ac., laid on the H street front. Terms- One half cash; the remainder in 6 and 12 months, with interest, secured by deed of trust on the premises. Title" erfec*^ cos* Durchaser? Jy 15-<f J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE BY ORDER OF THE ORPHANS' COURT. On SATURDAY, the 23d instant, at 10 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 Dominess. AUGUSTUS WATTS, Administrator, jy 20 3t GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucts. B Y JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneer*. HANDSOME AND NEARLY NEW CARRIAGE AND HARNESS AT PUBLIC SALE. On SATURDAY MORNING, July 23d, at 10 o'clock. In front of the auction rooms, we shall sell a very handsome Coupee Rockaway, built to order, by one of the best builders in New Y<rk. Can be seen prior to sale at the private stable of Major Nicholson, on the heights of Georgetown. No Id Road street. Ai.SO? Two 8ets Double Harness,one perfectly new One good two seat, one horse Family Carria^ Terms cash. jy20-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts B Y WM. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers. At the Horse Bazaar 9!? La. SALE OF HORSES, AND CARRIAGES EVERY TUK8DAY, THURSDAY. AND SATURDAY MORNING, commencing at 10 o'clock. SALE OF HORSES. CARRIAGES. Ac. On SATURDAY MORNING, July 23, commencing at lii o'clock. Comprising about? FIFTY nORSES. Including some valuable Harness and Saddle Horses. ODe Bay Horse, 8 years old. been used by a family having no further use for him. Full description at sale. ALSO. Previous to the sale of Horses, we will sell a large assortment of desirable New and Second Hand Carriages. Buggies, Germantown Rockawavs. Trotting Wagons, Jump Seat Jagger Wagon, and Harness. ALSO, 3 Sleighs, Blankets. Ac., 4 Watering Carts. Terms cash. jy20 IChron.l W. L. WALL A OO., Aucts. B Y C. R. L CROWN A CO., Auctioneers. A FINE SCHOONER AT AT7CTIOV. NEARLY NEW. AND A RARE CHANCE FOR INVEST MENT. We will sell, on SATURDAY. July 23. at 5 p. m., at the foot of Riley's wharf, 11th street, that valu able vessel, John C. Henry; tunnage78 tuns; car ries US tuns; draws 8f* feet of water; copper bot tom and copper kneed; and she being in all respects in perfect order throughout. Sutlers and others in want of a gord, swift and large sized schooner are invited to attend this sale. Title good. Bale without reserve. Terms cash. Jy 21-at* 0. R. L. CROWN A CO.. Aucts. j?Y JAS. C. McGUIRS & CO.. Auctioneers. CORPORATION OF WASHINGTON STOCK AT ATTCTION. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. July 26th. ?t half nast 5 o'clock, at the Auction Rooms, we shall sell for account of whom it may concern, in sums to suit? 43,3 0 Corporation of Washington Quarterly Six Per Cent. Stock. ?340 Quarterly Five Per Cent. Stock. $2'?o Semi-Annual Six Per Cent. Stock. Terms cash. jy 22-d JAS. C McGCI REJt_C0. , A act-. jp^Y JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF~ BR?CK DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH H, BET WIS JIM 13TH AND 14TH STREETS W*dT. By virtue of a deed of trust from William H. Clampittaed wife, dated the twenty third day of September, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, an 1 duly recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 1S1, folios 43f. 438. and 4.'W, one of the land records for Washington county, District of Columbia, I will sell at Public Auction, on the premises, m WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, August 3. at 6 o'clock, all that lot or parcel of land in the city of Washington, and District of Colombia aforesaid, being part ef Lots numbered one, twenty-nine, and thirty, (1, 29, SO.) -In Square numbered two hundred and fifty, (250.1 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 fonr inches <8 feet 4 Inches) east of the ponthwest corner of said lot numbered one, and running thence east sixteen feet eight inches, (16 feet 8 inches,) thence aonth 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 oneof^the moat desirable reaidenoes of ita C t^rms: One-talf of the purchase money in eash; the remainder, with interest, in six months. A d? ed will be given and a deed of trust taken to retire the deferred payment. All conveyances, including re venae stamps, at the cost or the purchaser. Should the terms of sale not be complied with within three days. the Trustee reserves the right to resell at the risk art expense of the purchaser, after giving one week's notice in the National Intelligencer, or other newspaper published in Waahington |y go-co A da V TnpnaiiM m P*maF<&V-1f--T0 AUCTION 8ALE8. rVTORB DAYS. |?T i. C. McGUlRB A_CO.. Auctioneers TWO I1AND80ME DWELLING IIOTSB8 ANft I.OT8 ON N0KTI1 E STREET. BETWEEN 6TM AND 7TH 8TREETS WIWT, AT PTRLl# AUCTION. " On MONDAY A FT KRNOON. J aly 20th. at CH o'clock, on the premises. we shall tell two hsn4 some Brick Residences, No*. 454 and 436 Rstwt, J ttw^fn 6tb and 7th streets went. The house* are wellbnilt. with largesnd plea'ant room*, and ars supplied with all the modern improvements. Terma cash. Title indisputable. CoD>eiur?f and revenue stamps At the eo it of the prrcbarer. jyll-d JAS.C. McQUIRB ft CO-. Aacfs. |?Y GREEN A WILLIAMS Auctioneer*. A!miN mT?nBY ORDER OF THW HON. ORPI1ANB' COURT OK KVOKI.LINT WWJS1' hkpianoi()Rt" ? Vu nan?v HtT1Vw^ARK AT AUCTION. On THl RSDAY. tt.etfth in.Unt, we (hall sell. at house No. 4<>b on the ea*t aide of nth. between 1> and E streois. near the Unitarian Church at 1? o'c'.eck a. in . the peraonal effects of the late' Mm Louisa Hunter, deceased. Wi enumerate in oart ? One excellent Piano Korte A flr.eaisortment of Silver and Silver plated Wars Mahogany 8ofa?. Chairs, wlvan and Ottoman* Mshogan) Sideboards. Bureaus and Tables Mahogany Wardrobe*. Bookcaae and Secretary Mahogany, Marble-top, Bier and Sofa Table* ?a4 Standi l arge Pier and other French j>lato Mirror* An excellent assortment of China. Cut g!a*s and Crockeryware, Ivory-hsnHle K-nives and Fjrk* Excellent Feather Bed* and Hair Mattresse* A large lot of Cotton and Linen Sheets, Pillow eases. Towel*. Knapkin* and Tablecloth* Damask. Brocatel and White Window Curtain* Seven large Counterpanes, domestic Brussels. Three -ply, Stairs, and other Carpet* aa-l Rugs French and other Bedstead* Lot of Stores, with many other article* which irs deem unnecessary to enumerate. Terms cash. I?) order of the Administrator. GREBN ft WILLIAMS, AueU. P.S.?The Silver and Plated Ware and Piano Forte will be sold at 2o'clock, precisely. Jy 21 <rt | Intel I G. ft W pi J AS. 0. MoGUIRB ft CO., Auctioneer*. PEREMPTORY SALB OF T1IREE DK31RAULB BUILDING LOTS, CORN KR OK NORTH 11 STREET AND *>Tll STRRKT WEST. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. July ss o'clock on the premises, we shall sell Lot-. Nu?. 1, 2, and 8. in Ulilroan's sub of Square No. 833, front ing each 17 feel fi inches on north II street, at th? corner of Sixth street east, extending back 80 fee' to an alley. ? Terms cash. jy jl d J. C. McQUIRB ft 00.. A net*. B Y J. C. MoOUIRB ft CO., Auctioneers. s HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH B 8TRBBT BE TWEEN l?TH AND SOTH STREETS WEST. On 1UBBDAY AFTERNOON, August 2d, at(? o'clock, on the premises, by virtue of a decree of the Orphaos'Court, dated JuneXIst, lijfil,confirmed by the Supreme Court, July .1th, 1R6H, I shall sell. art of Lot No. 2, in Square No. 122, fronting about .1) feet on north B street, between 19th and 20th street*, aud running back 97 feet nW inches, togeth er with the iuprovemeut* consisting of a two-story Frame Dwelling House,(No. 214.) containing four rooms. Terms eash. Cost of conveyance to be paid by the pnrcha*?r. M. F. MORRIS, Guardiau Jy 21 d J. 0. MoQCIRB ft CO . Anot* gY GREEN ft WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. TWO FRAME IIOU8ES~A N D LOT AT AUCTION. On MONDAY, the 24th instant, at 6 o'clock p. m ., we shall sell, in front of the premise*, lot 17, in squaro&OG, with the improvement*, a good two story frame on the front,and a one-story frame in the rear. This property is handsomely situated at the corner of south L street and 6th, on the Island, having a front of 2S feet, rnnning back with an alley about I2u feet, and haa an all<*y in the rear. Terms:" Two thirds ca^h; balance in 6 and 12 months, for notes bearing interest. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. All conveyances and stamps at the cost of th? purchaser. jy 2t-dft ds GREEN ft WILLIAMS. AueU. J. C< McGCIRE A Co. Auctioneer*. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF EXCELLENT FURNI TURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS. On THURSDAY MORNING, July 2lst, at 10 o'clock, at house No. 26 Louisiana avenne, be tween 4^- and ?ith streets west, formerly the r.isi dence of Edward Swaun. Esq.. by rirtue of a deed of trust dated January 18th, li>64, and duly recorded In Liher N. 0. T. No. 2P, folios 83, et seq., one of the Land Records for Washington county. I shall sell all the excellent furniture and household ef fects, comprising in part Superior Rosewood Case Piano Forte Pair ot French plate Mantel Mirrors42x7i 1 French plate I'ier Glass, 27x107 Handsome Rosewood brocatelle carved Solas, Arm, Easy, and Parlor Chairs Rosewood and lilack Walnut Marble top Centre and Fancy Tables Brocatelle and Lace Curtains and Fixtures Whatnots. Reception Chairs Superior Velvet. Brnssell. and Ingrain Carpet mrougnout Number of fine Engravings Extension Dining Table. Sideboard China, Glass. and Crockery Ware Silver-plated Ware. Table Cutlery ? Bed and Table Linen, Towels, Napkin* Walnut and Mahogany Bedsteads, Bureaus, Ward robes, and Washstauds Hair andIlusk Matresses. Bolsters, ?nd Pillows Blankets. Comforts, Spreads Looking-glasses, Toilet Setts. Shades Heating Stoves of rarions kinds. Fire Irons Together with the usual assortment of Kitchen Requisites. Terms ca^h. j-.UGENE CARUSI, Trirtee. Jy 15 d J. C. McQUIRB ft CO.. Aucts. THE ABOVE SALB IS UNAVOIDABLY postponed until WEDNESDAY MORNING, July 27th, same hour and place. EUGENE CARUSI, Trustee. Jy 21-d J. C. McGOIRB ft CO., Aucis. B Y THOMAS DOWLING, Aucl'r; Georgetown. LARGE STOCK OF GROCKRTBS. TEAS. LI QUORS, ftc., ftc.. 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 Murket House, the entire stock of Gro ceries, Liquors, Store Fixtures, Ac .ft". Name in part Tea. Snsar and Coffee, Soap. Candles, Starch, Ac., Barrels of Brandy, Gin and Rum, Barrels of Gibsou and other Whisky, Barrels Molasses and Sirup, Brooms, Buckets, Tubs,ftc., ftc.. Platform and other 8c?les Ac., A general assortment of all kinds of Groceries Also, the Good Will and Fixture* of the Stors. which is one of the best stands in the town. Sale positive. Terms cash. THOMAS DOWLING, Jy2^-td Auctioneer. B Y W. L. WALL ft CO., Auctioneers. GROCERIES, LIQUORS. PROVISIONS, ftc., ft c . AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY MORNING, 27th instant, at 10 o clock, we w,ll sell at 2T3 D street, the stock f t Kui:enf- bc tiwingbamers, consisting of very fine stock of Groceries. Liquors and Provisions, Mr 8 bavitig determin.-d to retire from the bucineis Sale positive. / Terms cash. J> 19 d W. L. WALL ft CO., Auct?. B Y J. C. McGUlRB ft CO., Aaotlooeers. NOTICE -SMALL FRAME HOUSE AND LOT ON FIFTEENTH STREET WEST, BEETWEBN L AND M STREETS NORTH. Pursuant to a decree of the Supremo Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in equity, mada in suit NoH&J, wherein Libbey ft Co. are com idainants and Harriet Lancaster et at. defendant*. [ shall proceed to sell at public auction, on the premises, on the 2!*th day of July, l.v>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 lying, sit uate and being in the city of Washington, anl known and distinguished as part of Lot No. 23, 19 Square No. 197. containing 18 feet 1 <nch front on lOth street west, between L and M streets north, ty 121'feet in depth, together with all the im provements thereon. Terms : One-half of purchase money cam at the time of sale, an I the residue in 3. 6 and ? months, with interest, the deferred payments to be Secured by a deed ia tru*t on the premises. All conveyancing to be under the direction of tLe solicitor in the cause, at the expense of th? purchaser, including the cost of revenue stamps R L. 8ANDERS, Trustee T M BLOUNT. Solicitor. Jy IS eoAds J AS. C. McGUIRF.ft CO . ftuct'a. LCTION SALBOFCONDBMNBD HOR3B5. Wi* Dipait*?!it, Car aw Bvmi&v, I Qfi(t tif Ckitf Quartmmaf ur. > WaskivoTog, D. O., July 4. IBM \ Will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION, to the high est bidder, at the times and places named below, t'*; ^Lebanon, Pennpylvanig, THURSDAY, July 14th, Reading. Pennsylvania, THURSDAY. July 21st, Harrisburg, Pennsylrania, THURSDAY, July Bth, 1864, Altoona, Pennsylrania, THURSDAY, August 4th, 18ft4. Williamsport, Penncrlvsnta, THURSDAY, A? gUbt 11 th, TWO HUNDRED (2u0> CAVALRY HORSES at each place. These horses hare been condemned m unfit for the Cavalry service of the Army. for road and farm purposes many good bargains may be had. . Horses sold singly. Terms: Cash mXuited 1 AMEsT^sklN Lieut. Ool, and Chief Quartermaster, Jj ? td Cavalry Bureau A I am alsoin receipt of a larg* ustrtnntofAut and Tass 8 Wln"w ftad ^^turs Corg All **p*au wisblM ?? ?rchas# will do well t? ?, as I I QTOYB AND *i*DLIJIO WOO?, BUkorr, Oak ti

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