Newspaper of Evening Star, July 26, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 26, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. AMI"5KMENT8 TO NIGHT. CA*T*RBr*Y ?^The mat lire king, Slgnor Baono Core, made his appearance last night to a large and delighted audience. A good bill of performance, of a concert hall charac ter, was giyen, but the center of cariosity and admiration was Core, who, in salamander drees, moved amid the flames as calmly as though it was the most secure and pleasant place in the world. He Is well worth seeing. Cases fob CorRT.?James Lewis, a shrewd Colored fellow, by theft or other improper means, obtained possession of a pass book, which enabled him to obtain goods from the store ot Oeo. &. Thos. Parker, foT which Com modore Morris would be held responsible, the book being the property ot the commodore. For two or three weeks he has been using the book, the owner being absent from the city: but the frand being discovered, Lewis was arrested last night by officer Lynch, and, being identified by the dealers, he was sent to jail, for court, by Justice Glberson. Edw. Smith was arrested by the same officer for pic king the pocket of a soldier, on Seventh stree', near Center Market. The soldier laid down in the street and fell asleep, and Smith stole his pocket-book and about ft.,. The officer met Smith after the soldier awoke and discovered his loss, and arrested and searched him, and found the pocket-book and papers and about ?.7 of the money. Smith was also sent to jail for conrt; but before going there the two were hand-cufl'ed together and taken to police head quarters to leave copies ot ther " mngs." Fourth Ward Station Cases.?Elizabeth ('amp, drank and disorderly; Louisa How sam, threats: Sophia Under, profanity; Louisa Uowsam, assault and battery; John Cookley, disorderly; Wm. Bell, Terence O'Brien, James Ecton, Oeo. McOonegal, Pat Martin, John Darrity, sleeping in street; dismissed. John Cnllnan, drunk and disorderly: Chas. Ma guire, Edward Briscoll, sleeping in street; Jas. .Leat, do.; militaiy. Jeremiah Foley, threats; ball tor peace. Michael Klngold, drunk and disorderly; gl.58. Margaret Coyle. sleeping in street; tl.de. Pat Uuinn, do.; $1.58. James Levis, obtaining goods by false pretences; jail lor court. Ed. Smith, pickpocket; do. Grovkr's Th eater.?To-morrow night Mr. S. W. Qlenn will re-open Grover's Theater, with a select company of performers from nortnern theaters, together with many members of Mr. Grover's late company. ?' Rip Van "Winkle" will be performed, and with a splen did cast, Mr. Glenn himself appearing in his irresistible Itutch character. The orchestra will be complete, and under the leadership of Professor Withers; and, altogether, a series of entertainment ol the most attractive character are promised. Confepratk Small Notks.?A flfty-eent Confederate note, taken from a rebel in the "Wilderness, has been shown to ns by a member of the fith corps. The note is issued by author ity of the rebel Congress, act of March 3, 1-03, is payable six months after ratification of a treaty of peace with the United States; signed by Bo. Tyler, Register, and E. C. Elmore, 1 reasurer. The paper is a pale rose color, and the plate Is well executed, by Archer ic Daly, Of Richmond, Va. Thb General Post Office Military Organization?The clerks and employees of the general Post Office l>epartment have formed a military company, and drill every afternoon (Sundays excepted) from 3 to 4 o'clock, in the large room on the third floor of the Post Office building fronting on E street. The commis sioned officers ol the company are: Captain A. H. Adams: First Lieutenant J- F. Shar retU ; Second Lieutenant Weddlecumb. M'tlk ?The milkmen in Albany and Silem have raised the price of lacteal to 6 cents a quart during the past month?in consequence of the "drought"' existing all over the country. ?Exchange. Eight cents,?that's cheap; why we have to pay 15 in Washington, and of doubtful quality at that. The Albanians and Salomians are lucky. Milk only 3 cents per quart! The National Rifles.?This fine company, commanded by Capt. Moore, will hold a meet ing to-night at Temperance Hall to take meas ures towards increa?ingthe corps to a battalion. This company served with credit in the three months campaign, and most of the present members were in the organization at that time. Young men who Intend entering a company cannot unite themselves to a better organiza tion than this. Second Ward Station CASfc ? Edward Williams, fighting; locked up. James Gill, drunk and disorderly; military. H. Miller, do.; *1. John Hanson, arunk; 82. Geo. Hol lesworth, drunk: John Bickner, disorderly; CJeo. Buckner, drunk and disorderly; Jere miah Broadnax, drunk; dismissed. Frank Sheehey, drunk and disorderly; ?2. We call attention to the advertisement of White Sulphur Springs?a truly delighful re sort, as some of our citizens can testify. It 8PECIAL NOTICES. lx Everybody's Mocth? Praises an.l Sozodont ?greatest luxury of modern times? beautifies and ?preserves the ti-eth. The repulsive breath is ren dered as fragran t as a rose, and coldness by friends ?r in business will now be no longer noticed. Sold br Druggists. jy 2a-3t Covens axi> Colds. The sudden chaujfei-of our climate are sources rf pulmonary, bronchial and asthmatic affections. .Experience having proved that simple remedies often act speedily when taken in the early stages of the disease, recourse should at once be had to *" Brcicn's Eronchi'ii Troches,or Lozenges, let the Cold, cough, or irritation of the throat oe ever so slight, as by this precaution a more seriousattack may be effectually warded off. Public speakers and singers will find them effectual for clearing, and strengthening the voice. Soldiers should have them, as they can be carried in the pocket and l&ken as occasion requires. Jy 23-laa,r A Nxw Perfcmb fob thb Qandkkbohikf. Photon's "Night Blooming Cereus." Phnlvn's "Night Blooming Cereus." Fhalon's "Night Blooming Cereus." Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereus." Pka'.on's "Night Blooming Cereus." Phalon't "Night Blooming Cereus." Phnlon's "Night Blooming Cereus." A most exquisite, delicate and fragrant perfume distilled from the rare and beautiful flower from which it takevits name. ? Manufactured only by Phalob k Sox, N. Y. bbwarr or oocKTBRrsrrs. Ask fob Ph aloh's?Task mo Othkb. Je 16-Sm Sold by druggists generally. Corns. Bcniobs. Bad Nails, ktc. Dr. White will be in attendance at his rooms, No. 424 Pennsylvania aveure, on and after Fri day, July 22d. Jy 21-tf OairDtb! Hair Dvb !! Batchelor's celebrated Hf Ir Dye is tht Ustinthe world. The only harmless, trot and rtHeMt Dys know- This splendid Hair Dye is perfect?changes ftcnl. Musty or Grey Hair Instantly to ft Glossy Elatk or Natural Brown, without Injuring the half or staining the skin, leaving the haHr soft and -feeaatffnl; Imparts fresh vitality, frequently re storing iU pristine color, and rectifiesthe 111eflests of Bad Dyes. The Genuine la signed William A Batohslor, all others are mere Imitations, and should be avoided. Bold by all druggists, As. Fae ry?*1 Barclay street. Heir York. Batehelorl Toilet Cream for dressing the hair. ly 7-eol Coloatb'8 Hobbt Boar. This celebrated Toilet Soap, in suoh universal demand, is made from the choicest materials, la mild and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scent ? 1, and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists and fancy Goods Dealers. Ja J5-eol? Bsorry Disbasrs. Samaritan j Gift is the most certain, safe aad effectnai remedy?iadeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever discovered. Cures in two to four days, and recent oases in twenty-four hoars Nomneral no balsam, no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken. J t is the soldier s hope, and a friend to those who do sot want to be exposed. Mais packages, |3; female, I]. . _ , ? . Sammrtian s Eoal and Herb Jutee*-A positive *nd permanent on re for St ph i lis .Scrofula, Uloer s. So res Bpots. Tetters, Ac. Price #1, or six bottles for #? Bold by 8. 0. Ford. Bee advertisement. ml Wabbabtbd to Orbb ib Six Days.-Dr. Godfrey's Antidote, an Xnglish Specific or sixty-five years' standing, will cure Gonorrhmain nx da*j. Ho change of diet required. Price #1 ?er bottle. Bold by 8. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook. Alexandria. Je t-ly Tbbobbapbst aid rbstHaib Dtb ibtbb Woilb -Nn>tr Fadu or Wathtt Oni.-Upham's H^r Dye, r cents a box. The best in use. Try It. Bold by 0. Ford, corner llth street and Penn. avenue, Washington; and Henry Cook, Alexandria. a?-lv BFBRUATORRHO eifle enree S/perr potency. Lot* of Power. ett.. tidily and <#sefnolly. ItseSfcets are trnly magical. A trial of the Speeiflo ?ill eonvinoe the most skeptical of Its merits. riee #1 ft bo*- 8old by t>. p. Ford, corner llth street and rft. avenne, Washington, and Henry Coot. Alexandria. Jat-lF DB. DuroBV'e Bngar-soaud Feusale Eegnlating Fills are the esry bt.tttn ?sa They operate mtdtly i nnd tf'cttwlv, aad baing tutor-tooted create no nausea upon tJ?e thei^ ' uT'u. ttht?s Price'Jl a box. 8oU w|.aF?r<r oorner DIED, On the 25th inatant. 8U3AN ?., infant daughter of OhtrlM O. ud Anuit B. Celiaon, aged 3 month! and 19 dan. She gently tank to reet. Aa once she used to do, Uaoa her mother'? tender kreaat. And aa securely, too. I The spirit is not dead, Though low the body Ilea. But, freed from sin and sorrow, ne4 To dwell beyond the akiee. . ? The funeral will take place from the parents residence, No. 166 6th atreet, between N and O, on to-morrow I Wednesday) morning, at half-past 10 o'clock. On theastk last., CORNELIUS LANDBR, only Child of Cornelius T. and Mary A. Bowen, a fed 11 months and 23 daya. , . . The frienda and acquaintances of the family are invited to attend hia funera on Wednesday after noon at AH o'clock, from his parenta' residence, No. 560 New Jeraay avenue. * On Tuesday morning, 26th instant, ELIZA L. MORELAND. aged 62 years. Iler fnneral will take place to-morrow (Wednes day > at 4 o'clock n. m.. from the residence of Jos, G Waters. No. oO 3d street, Georgetown. Her friends are invited to attend, without further no tice. * On the 26th instant, WILLIAM FRANCIS, aon of William 0. and Mary A. Hunter, aged 1 year, 8 months and 15days, We had a little Willie once. He was hia parent's pride ; We loved him, oh ! perhaps too well, For soon he drooped and died. The friends and relatives are respectfully in vited to attend the fnneral to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, from the residence of his parents, No. 406 2f?th street. * On the 86th inst.. in this city, at 9 o'clock a. m., Mrs. JULIA A. M. IIUR8T, aged 96 yoars. The friends and acquaintance* are invited to at tend the funeral to-morrow (Wednesday) after neon, at 4 o'clock, from the residence of her brother-in-law, Mr. H. T. Parker, No. 336 8th street, between L and M streets. [Baltimore Sun please copy-1 In Georgetown, on Tuesday, the 19th inst., Mra. JULIA CROWLEY, in the 87th year of her age. (Frederick papers oopy.) * VIEWS OF BATTLE FIELD. July 12th, near v Fort Stevens. 7th street road, to be had of J. GOLDIN A CO.. Photographers. No. 4 Penn. ave nue. between 8th and 9th streets, Market Space. CHOICE STOCK 486 486 INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. 496 486 PAPERHANGING8. 486 A select and varied stock of Gilt. Medium and low-priced Paperhangings, Borders, Statues, Cen ter Pieces, Ac. WINDOW SHADES. Buff. Green, Chocolate, Brown and Gilt Window Shades, a variety of patterns; Shade Fixtures, Tassels, fee. PICTURE CORD AND TASSELS. Bilk and Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, dif ferent sizeAacd colors, a beautiful assortment; Picture Rings, Nails, Ac. OVAL PICTURE FRAMES. The largest assortment of Oval Frames in the District, warranted to he gilded with gold leaf; also, a variety of Dark Wood Frames, with a va ried stock of small sized Oval and Carte de Visile Frames. ENGRAVINGS AND PAINTINGS. A few choice Engravings and Paintings always in store. Orders for Paperhanging and Window 8hades punctually attended to in city or county. Terms cash fer goods or labor. J. MARKRITER, No. 486 Seventh street, Jy7- * Eight Doors above Odd Fellows' Hall. JELLING OUT TO CLOSE. GREAT REDUCTION IN BOOKS, STATION ERY, AND FANCY ARTICLES. The undersigned offer to the trade and public generally great inducements to purchase, as he is closing out his large stock of gooda preparatory to leaving the city. Gieat bargains in Books, Stationery, Photo graph Cards, Albums, Knives, Scissors, Razors, Soaofl, Combs, Brushes, Perfumery, 4c., Ac. A large lot of geodft at half price. Several very fine Show Cases for aale. For a abort time only, at THE NATIONAL BOOK STORE, 278 Penn. avenue, bet. 11th and 12th ats., Washington, D. 0. jy'l-lni G. D. SMITH'S Wild Cherry Tonic Bitters* TONIC-ASTRINGENT- AROMATIC - DISIN FECTING-PROPHYLACTIC. Bold Everywhere. Ask your Druggist and Grocer for it. IT WILL CURB Indigeation, Dyspepsia, Dysentery, Diarrhea, Ague and Fever, Loss of Appetite, Liver Complaint, Jaundice. The Elixir of li/e for the Aged. Will give Health and Beauty to the Yonng. This Prophylactic should be in every family at this season of the year, as this delicioua beverage can be used withent the deleterious effects o Liquors. SMITH A M0RRI80N, jy 7-lm Proprietors. IVf ABBEY COLLIN8A CO.'8 lTl PHILADELPHIA DRAUGHT ALE AND PORTER. I am now receiving large quantities ofiBEMPGHT ALE and PORTER from this celebratfOBfcwery, which I am prepared to furnish on short notice to all persons who favor me with their orders. Orders given to my drivers will be promptly at tended to. Goods delivered in all parts of Washington and Georgetown, free of charge. RILEY A. SHINN, Agent. Union Bottling Depot, 57 Green street ap5-tf Georgetown, D. C. p A P 1 a H A^N G I E G 8, I would moat respectfully inform my customers Papers, suitable for parlors, dining rooms, cham bers and halls. I am also in receipt of a large assortment of Gilt Cornice. Gilt Window Shades and Picture Cord and Tassels. All persons wishing to urchase will do well to look for themselves before buying elsewhere, aa I have the largest assortment of the above good* m the city. JOHN ALEXANDER, my9-eo2m (Intel.] No. U40 Pa. avenue, P~ ERCY'S METALLURGY, IRON ANDSTLEE London, 1864. Phillip's Metallurgy. London. Percy s Metallurgy, Copper, Zinc, Brass, Ac. London. Iron Tables. Bcrivenor on the Iron Trade. London. French's Iron Trade of the United Btates. Iieecraft's Companion to the Iron Trade. Lon don. Hogg's Iron Trades' Guide. London. The Manufacture ?f Iron. Truran on the Manufacture of Iron. Overman on the Manufacture of Iron. Fairbairn's Information for Engineers. jy 20 FRANCE TAYLOR. PAPERHAN61NOI. A great variety of ENTIRELY NEW STYLES Adapted to PARLORS, blNING ROOJWB, HALLS, UfD CHAMBERS, Also, ?,000 YARDS OANTON MATTINGS, 1,000 YARDS FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, Our Mattings are unrivalled in this eity, comprl Ing in part the famous Go wqua brand for parlo Oil Clotha from 3 to 12 feet wide, adapted to rooms, halls, Ao. Ala#? WINDOW SHADES, BRASS CORNICES, PARLOR MATS. Paper-hung by skillful workmen, and all orde promptly attended to. Give us a call and aa from 10 to X) per cent. . RIFFLE A FALCONER'S No. 348 7th street, between I atreet and ap g ee Masa, avenue. SA8H' BOOHS. AND BLINDS. Receiving constantly a choice article of SASH, DOORS, AND BLINDS, of Boston Manufactory, of superior style and workmanship, which we are of fering at lew aricef. We reapectfully invite builders and other* to call W 8TIWART, OSoe?west aide of Seventh street, le 16 lm* at Canal Bridge. (SCRIBE'S WORKS.?La Bohemienne, 25c,;,Ber O trand et Ratron, 28c.: Japhet,25c.:Guatav?III, tse.; Le Mariage enfantln, 26c.; Philibert Karie, 25e.;Le plus beau Jour de la vie, 25c.;LeVieux Mari, 25c.; Lea Oontea de la Reine de Navarre, 2bc.;I*Camaraderie,JBc.; Le Moulin deJavelle tte.; Lee Malheura d'un amant heureau, 26c.; La Dame de Pique, 25c.: L' Heritiere, J6c.; and many others. Jut imported. 1?? FRANCE TAYLOR MILITARY BOARDING BOHOOL-On Balti "1 more Railroad, u milee from Philadelphia. ?' ? home; thorough course in MathemaUeaxLangiisgee. Smeliah Ac. Kumber limited. Tirmi uoderite Received it Seminary, Delaware county. Pa. ftr 9-7w* sasssffasBaifc ntiEB A anized, A H' s a. ?? A PIO NIOS, EXCURSIONS, Ac. P BEING TBI WISH OF A LABGB NUMBER OP OUR FRIBNDS, THB ASSOCIATED BOOKBINDB PIO NIO AT TM1 VaJBHING TON PABK.t Seventh street, On TUESDAY EVENING. August 2d. Commencing at 2 o'cloek. All those who favor ui with their company will find this the most pleas ant affair of the season. Tickets? 50 cents, admitting a gentleman and ladies, to be had of any member of the committee. Committee Thomas May, Chas. B. Walker, J. W. Mattingly, Chan, L. Dowden, Y. Bishop, Wm. Scott. Jy ?,ao,an 1,2 ? T NOTICE. HE SHIELDS CLUB nave again organised, under the direction of its old members, and ~ they intend to give the first . GRAND PIC NIC at Loefflpr's City Garden, on vmb MONDAY EVENING, August 1st, 1364, . commencing at 2 o'clock p. m., and will continue nntil 1 o'clock a, m. As this is the first time since the commencement of the war that the original Shields boys hare met together, they are deter mined to spare neither trouble nor expense in making this one of the merriest parties of the season. By order of the Committee of Arrangements. W. Blake, J. Hoffan, J. Flanagin, . N. O Day, J. Tobin, M. Brady. A. Gleaeon, jy23 3t* [URRAH FOR LITTLE MAO IS THB EX* L clamation nowadays in eyery man's ~ mouth and woman's too. _ FIRST GRAND PIC-NIO OF THB McCLKLLAN SOCIAL CLUB, To be given at SEVENTH STREET PARK, on THURSDAY, July 23,1864. Tickets Fifty Cents, admitting a gentleman and ladies. Committte of Arrangements.?J. G. Draney, J. F. Linking, Arthur Donnelly, Marcellus Holtzman, Daniel McCarty. jy 21-ec-3t* SFOR GLYMONT. , TEAMER PHBNIX, Captain Btackpole, will leave foot of 7th street erery BUN- __ DAY MORNING at 10 o'clock durirfg the season, for the above Bummer"?*1"1" Resort. The above steamer can be chartered to private Sarties during the week, by applying to Captain tackpole, or 324 Pennsylvania avenue, up stairs je 20-lm COLUMBIA GARDEN, v> Corner 12M st, and Ohio av. FREE CONCERT EVERY NIGHT. By unfavorable weather, the Concert will be *? "? *w i s DioSzV jyJ6-3t* Proprietors. WANTS. A YOUNG GIRL WISHES A SITUATION TO do dining room work or chamber work. Ad dress JANE, Star Office. jy 26 2t* WANTED-A SITUATION by a yonng man, to drive an Express Wagon or Porter in a store. Can give best of city references. Address B. B., Georgetown Post Office. jy26-2t* \VANTED - JOURNEYMEN CARPENTERS. vv Apply immediately. NORBECK & CRAMBLITT3, _lt^ Louisiana av., between 9th and 10th Bta. WANTED?In a small German family, a good GIRL, to attend to an infant child and do Rome sewing. Good wages paid. Inquire 351 5th street, corner H. jy 26 3t* \\T ANT I'D?A got)d, active atid intelligent BOY. v V between the ag?s of J5 and 16 years, to attend a Retail Clothing Store. Good reference of hon esty required. Apply at the N. E. corner 22d and G streets. jy26-at* A YOUNG GIRL wishes a 8TTUATI0N as Seamstress. Can do all kinds of sewing and embroidering. Have no objection to chamber work, Can be seen for two days at 295 Penn. av., up stairs. It* FOUR BARBER!? WANTED at the National. Apply this day. Jy 25-3t* VVANTBD~A FURNISHEDHOU81 containing vv 8 or 10 rooms, near the avenue. Address Mrs. B. J. 0., Washington P.O. jy2.i-3t* w f7ANTED-0ne or mo'e ROOMS for public ? schools in the T!,?rd or Fourth Wards. Ad dress JOHN BEHSFORD, Treasurer of Public Schools, City Ilall. jy 23-3t ADORERS WANTED?Wanted immediately, i TWO HUNDRED DA BORERS, FIFTY CAR PENTERS. CHOPPERS, &c., to work on Eastern Branch Lin" of Fortifications. Apply to Mr. JOHN COLLINS, Super.ntendent, at Camp Haskin.near Insane Asylum, across East ern Branch, or at Headquarters Chief Engineer Dpfences. corner of Penn avenue and 10th street, Washington. WM, C. GUNNELL, Jy 21-Gt* Engineer Defences North Potomac. T"?BE SUBSCRIBER WISHES TO PURCnASB (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 Quartermaster's Qfirg. Depot ?f Washington,! Washiwgto*. D. O., July 9, 1364. \ 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, and hospital privileges, including the best medical attendance when sick. Apply to Captain Charles H. Tompkins, A, Q. M., U. 8. A., corner Twenty-second and G sts^, Wash ington, D. C. D. H. SUCKER, Brig. Genl and Chief Quartermaster, je 9-19t Depot of Washington. Blacksmiths and wheelwrights WANTED. Chief Quartermaster's Office, t*f pot of Washington, { Washington, July 4,1864. \ Wanted at once, to work in Government repair WRIGHTS. . . A ? ? The pay per month will be Sixty Dollars C$6"), with one (1) ration per day, and hospital priyileges when sick. Apply to Captain OnAS. H TOMPKINS, A.Q, M., U. 8. A.. corner Twenty-second and G streets. Washington. D. C. D. II. RUCKER, Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, Jy6-18t Department of Washington. WANTE D-SECOND HAND FURNITURE. AIfo, MTRROR8, CARPET8, BBDS, BUD DING, and HOU8EF U RN T SHING GOOD8 of every description. R. BUCHLY, 42? 7th street, je 8-tf between G and H,east side. GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS MAYOR'S OFFICE, Iff. Gkorobtowh, July 22,1861. Notice is hereby given to aH persons residing within the limits of this town, who 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 they be so securely muzzled as to render them harmless. The attention of the police officers is requested to this notice, and that they carry out the law in the case. Jy22-2w HENRY ADDISON, Mayor. GGEORGETOWN CORPORATION 8TOCK.? f Those persons who may be disposed to pur chase Georgetown Corporation Stock,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-dtlau TOWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, by the J. Potomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac," "Gov. Ourtin" and "Belle Haven." Apply to the Captains on board, or to _ JOHN B. DAYID80N, my U- Water stre?t, Georgetown. ^DAMB EXPRESS COMPANY, OFFICE 614 FA. AVENUE, Washington, D. 9, GREAT EASTERN, NORTHERN, AND WEST ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS. MERCHANDISE, MONEY, JEWELRY. VALU ABLES, NOTES, STOCKS, BOND8, Ac., Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all accessible sections of the country. This Company has agencies in the Principal Railway Towns ia the NORTH, EAST, WEST, AND NORTHWEST. Its principal offices are WASHINGTON, D. 0., NEW YORK, BOSTON PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, CIK CINNATI, ST. LOU 18, LOUIS . VILLUS, LEXINGTON, Connections are made at New York and Boston, with lines forwarding to the CANADAS and the BRITISH PROVINCES and other steamship lint to LIVERPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON and HAVRE and thence by European expresses to all prominent commercial towns in Great Britain and the Oonti nent. Collection of NOTES, DRAFTS, and BILLS made at ail accessible part* of the United States. 0. 0. DUNN. Agent, deM Washln^m.D. O. U*I?IG*BATOM. upMa?iT()M? Just received a very large and complete assort* ment of the celebrated m 00NTIN"'TAl" ?OMTO?. Hi which are admitted to beef the most approved patterns, and workmanship of the best quality, which on trial and examination cannot fall to be ..p^UUdb,^. THfc *^srson? In wantaf BOOTS anj GEIFfI* ^ [14 Has, av?aa. SUBSTITUTES. SUBSTITUTES.?8* b*titut?* bought and sold. Enrolled citlsen* had better applr at I it., between 30th and tl*t, before engaging ft ?b. elsewhere. Will be furoi*hed it the cheapest r*te?. Jy 26-lm* ALIEN AND COLORED SUBSTITUTE fur nished by Wb). H. Hope. 330 ? street, near Glover's Theater, on reasonable terms. Persons who bring substitute* to thla office will bo paid. A number of substitute* on band. JyC-3t* A CARD - WASHINGTON SUBSTITUTE agency, offioi 509 n?w jbrsbt aviso*, July, IH64.? To whom tt mat We are now furnishing acceptable substitute* to those who desire to avail themsMveA ef the privilege aeeordel by the new Conscription act, whereby a man fur nishing a substitute mar be represented in the rank* of the defenders of the Union, and exempt ftrom liability to do military duty for three year*. Tbe commutation clause haying been a'ricken out, it '? clearly for the interest of every man liable to military duty to procure a substitute at onee, since by so doinc he sire* not only dollar* and cent*, but much worry and trouble, to say nothing of the satisfaction it gives one in being able to say, " I hare a representative in th* Union army." To those who are not liable to do military duty, th? present offers a favorable opportunity for them to prove their patriotism in a way the most beneficial to the canse in which so much is being sacrificed? namely, by furnishing a recruit to the ranks of th* army. To every citizen of this Distrietitcan scarce ly fail to ocenr that it i* for hi* interest to flee that the men called for by the General Government are furnished voluntarily and without resort to draft, since thereby he makes more secure hi* property and his life. The price of substitutes will *oon reach a very large sum, owing to the large boun ties that will be paid by the General Government, State* and town*. At present they can be procured fur much less than that amount through this agency. Orders for substitutes promptly filled * it flout further trouble to the principal than that of calling at our office. Order* from patriotic citi zens are respectfully solicited. Any information free. Very respectfully A. HOLLY, Agent. N. B.?Particular attention riven to the fur nishing of representative* for ladies in the army. Jy23 3t* SUBSTITUTES t SUBSTITUTES u o vw aaai/JLUO I I have on hand this morning ten (10) good three /ear*' men. Parties wishing Substitute*^ please call earlj^ ^ ^ . G _H. 0AB8IDY, jy 21-lw* 446 fith st., bet. Pa. ay. and D st. SUBSTITUTES. SUBSTITUTEg SUBSTITUTES. Enrolled men in the District can be supplied with food men, aliens or Virginia negroes, and exemp ion papers procured for three years Apply to G. H. CASSIDY, 446 3th street, jy 21-lw* bet. Penna. avenue and D street. FOR RENT AND SALE. FOR RENT.-Several large well FURNISHED ROOMS. IIou** recently occupied by Senator McDougal. Inquire at No. 21 Indiana avenuo. jy 26-at* FOR RENT?FURNISHED HOUSE in George town; very desirable locality, For terms and other particulars apply at the Star Office. jy 26 3t? FOR SALE-The STOCK and FIXTURES of Store No. 3f?l Pa. avenue,south side,between 4'i and 6th Bts., consisting of Wines and Liquor*, 4 c. Apply as above. Jy 26 3t* F^OU RENT-A HOUSE, neatly furnished, for two or three months. Apply at 568 II street, near 5th street, after 7 o'clock p. 111. Reference re duired^ Jy 25-3t* 1^011 KENT?A frame HOUSE,containing seven rooms, with 30 acres of ground attached, be tween the Baltimore turnpike and the new cut road, near Mt. Olivet. Apply to Mrs. MARY C. FKXW1CK, on the premises. jy 2S-eo3t* I~jH*RNI8HED ROOMS AND BOARD. - Neatly FURNISHED ROOMS, with or without Board, and Table Board for a few gentlemen, can be ob tained by applying at No. 353 0 (street, between and 6th Bts. Jy 25-eo3t* P^URSlSHED ROOMS FOR RENT.?Several de r sirable Rooms, of different sizes, in one of the healthiest and pl.-asantest parts of the city,front ing Fouthward. Furniture entirely new. Privi lege in h fine bathing room. Also, an Office in the front 1 asement. Inquire 492 E street, between 5th and Cth. jy2t>-5t* A PARLOR, neatly furnished, and one unfur nished ROOM, both fronting two street-*, will be rented, separate or together, with or without Board. The most pleasant location in the city, and the cheapest bargain. Apply corner 6th st. east ami South Carolina av., Capitol Hill, two siuares from Penn. av. jy 2V3t* IT OH SALE-A BAGATELLE TABLE. Price I $12.r>. To be *een at Rudderforth's Dining Sa loon. Hth st., bet. G and New York av. jy25-3t* / GROCERIES. STORE AND FURNITURE FOR SALE. Inquire No. 414Jlth street, between land K. * Jy 25-3t* I^OR RENT-A small new BRICK HOUSE, con taining four square rooms and kitchen. Fur - niture for sale at a bargain. Possession given im-. mediately. Inqnireat219 C street, between 4>s? and.6th street, on Island. Jy 25-3t* FpURNISHED APARTMENT3 FOR RENT?Two large ROOMS on the first tioor. with privilege of kitchen and dining room. Location central. Apply at 322 G street, between 12th and 13th, north side. jy 25-3t* ?TOR-SALE, WITH TMMEBIATE POSSES T SION-A small FRAME HOUSE and LOT, No. STIC street north, between 2d and 3d streets oast, Capitol IIill* For further particulars enquire on the premises. Jy 25-6t* [EASE OF HOTEL AND FURNITURE FOR u sale in a desirable location. Furniture new, and the house doing a good business. For par ticulars and terms inquire of WILSON 4. BAN FILL, No. 446 8th street, between Pa. av. and D street. jy 25-3t* SMALL AND COMFORTABLE HOUSE FOR RENT; AND FURNITURE FOR SALE -We are authorized to rent a small and neat dwelling house in the vicinity of 13th and G streets, pro vided the Furniture, worth, at a reasonable price, V a i * " -- -- ?* C' ? <>v/i nw n x U1C UI 1LO, fi(J0,is purchased. Apply to J AS C. McGUIRE i 10., Auctioneers and Com. Merchants, jy25-2t FOR SALE?A very fine silver-plated plate glass CIGAR CASE, suitable for a drugstore, restaurant or cigar store. Can be seen at the Har Room of the U. S. Hotel. Price 925. Jy 23-3t* I^OR RENT?A STORE, with a five room dwell ing attached, in the First Ward. Inquire at No. 4 57 13th street, between E and F streets, be tween 5 and 7 o'clock in the evening. jy 23-3t* SHOW CASUS FOR SALE ?Jnst received eight elegant COUNTER SHOW CASK8 by the best makers in New York. Apply te P. J. RELLEW k Co., 310 7th street, three doors south of Odd Fel lows'Hall. Jy23tf F~ OR RENT-A fine.large STORE ROOM, with cel lar. suitable for a grocery or provision store. A rare opportunity for sutlers. Business location excellent. Inquire 657 Maryland avenue, be tween 153$ and 14th sts. Jy 23-3t* SUTLERSHIP FOR SALE.?The subscriber be ing compelled to go to California, ofifera for sale the best 8UTLERbHIP in the country, worth at least ten regiments. Call at 519 12th street, opposite the Kirkwwod House, aftsr 8 p. m. Jy?31w* W. BRAMHALL. For rfnt-furntsheo rooms, no. 3 street,near City Hall. These rooms are neatly furnished, have all the modern improvements, are every way as desirable as any to be found in the city, and will be rented very low. One suit may be used by a couple deniring to board themselves. Jy 23 4t* FOR RENT IN GEORGETOWN.?A large and pleasant ROOM, (with four windows.) fur nished. Will be rented to one or two gentlemen without board. Excellent tahle board m the im mediate vicinity. Apply at No. SO West street, Georgetown, or to office of Lighthouse Board. Jy 23- 3t* I EASE AND BUILDINGS FOR A WOOD AND a COAL YARD FOR SALE.-We offer for sale the LEASE and BUILDINGS of Mr. X. F. Cor bett's Wood and Coal Yard-, on 12th street, be tween E and F streets north. To persons wishing to engage in the wood and coal busineF* this offers a fine opportunity of se curing an excellent place for business, with scale*, office and stabling ready to occupy. J AS. 0. McGUIRE & CO., Jy 23 6t Auction and Com. Mer. FOR RENT-Two FURNISHED HOUSES, with in half square of Pa. avenue, central location, with all the modern improvements. For particu lars address "H.," Star Office. Jy 22-lw* f^OiTRENT-One brick HOUSE, with 14 room*, .T situated on Penn 'a avenue, between 4.H and 6th street*, opposite National Hotel. Apply to H. 8. J0HN8T0N, No 37 3 Penn'a avenue, between 4>i and6th st*. Jy 81-Iftt* 170R SALS-BRICK YARD and FIXTURES. ?T Inquire at this office. Jy 19-lw* JJ?0R SALE-DRUG 8T0RE; fine BRICK HOUSE, r (will rent;) three BUILDING LOTS. Inquire of Da. BOG AN, No. 4 5<> Mass. avenue, near 26th street. Jy 16-2w* _ 10 LET?FURNI8HED ROOMS, without board. J. Apply at No. 872 r street, corner of 13th. Jy 6 Sw* 'OR SALE?WITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. The three story BRICK HOUSE, (and Lot.) No 659 9th street. Island, between D and ? street* It contains nine rooms, and is in all re soecta a desirable reaidenee and property. Apply t^W D. WALLACH,Star Office. Je28-tf TO BENT?An elegant HOUSE, with brown ?tene front, partially furnished, with all mod ern improvement*, centrally and pleasantly lo cated No. 444 E street, >ear the residence of Sec retary Chase, together with large brieh stable. The ?revi*e' not to be rented for a boarding house For particular* inquire of Hon. D. B. SOMES on the premise*, or Capt. GEORGE ELY, No 27 4K street. Poseossion given immediately. te 8-tf COR SALE?A large and well-built three stor r BRICK HOUSE, with back building, Ne. 171 ?d street west, between B and 0 sts. Immediate possession given. Apply to CHARLES H. LANE. 424 Pa. avenue. t*7-eotf r?00Ml FOB RENT.?Comfortable and weU K furnished Rooms at 4S0 12th street, between G and H sts. The location is on* of the most de alrable in the city^__ m H*tt BOARDING. ? AUCTION SALES. THIS AFTmnooM AW0 fg.MORROW J]1 'AS. c. MeOClRg * 00.. Aactioaoers, CORPORATION OF WASHINGTON STOCK AT On TUE8DAY APTE&m?2& Jltlw .? h*lf Rrf?n n'nnl'tni A*?*ion iCooins. we shall sell m*T coDwn.in iddid to f^^rjwr?tioacOf WMhin*ton Quarterly Si* ftoO Quarterly Five Per Oent. Stock $200 Semi-Annual Six Per Cent. Stock. Terms cash. Jy 82-d JA8. C. McGUIRE ft 00 . Ancts. j^Y J. C. McGUIRK & Co., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF~EXCELLENT FURNI TURE AND HOUSEHOLD EFFECTd. On THURSDAY MORNING, July 2lst, at 10 0 clock, at bouse No. 26 Louisiana avenue, be tween 4l2 and 6th street* west, formerly the resi dence of Edward Swann, Esqby virtue of a deed of trust dsted January 13111.1364, and duly recorded in Liber N. O. T. No. 25, folios R3. et s?q., one of the Land Records for Washington county. I shall sell all the excellent furniture and household ef fects, comprising iu part Superior Rosewood Cane Piano Porte Pair o French plate Mantel Mirrors 62x73 1 French plate Pier Glass 27x107 Handsome Rosewood brocatelle carred Sofas, Arm, Easy, and Parlor Chair* Rosewood and Black Walnut Marble-toy Centre and Fancy Tables Brocatelle and Lace Curtains and Fixtures Whatnot?. Reception ChaiiH Superior Velvet, Lrufaell, and Ingrain Carpet throughout Number of fine Engravings Extension Dining Table, Sideboard China, Glass, and Crockery Ware Silver-plated Ware. Table Cutlery Bed ana Table Linen, Towels, Napkins Walnut and Mahogany Bedsteads, Bureaus, Ward robes, and Washstands Hair and Husk Matressee, Bolsters, and Pillows Blankets, Comforts, Spreads Looking-glasses. Toilet Setts, Shades Heating Stoves of various kinds. Fire Irons Together with the usual assortment of Kitehen Requisites. Terms cash. KuGENE CARUSI, Trustee. Jy 15-4 J. C. McGUIRE St CO., Aucte. ?^"THE ABOVE SAL1 IS UNAVOIDABLY postponed until WEDNESDAY MORNING, July St". M?e ?""" CARU8I, Trufltfl,. Jy?-d J. C. McGUIRE Sc. CO., Aucte. J?Y THOMAS DOWLING, Auct'r; Georgetown. LARGE STOCK OF GROCERIES, TEAS, LI QUOR8,&c.,&c., AT PUBLIC AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY MORNING. July 27th, at ten o'clock, I will sell, at the store lately occupied by Wm. II Ernest, Esq ,No. 182 Bridge street, op posite the Market House, the entire stock of Gro ceries, Liquors, Store Fixtures,Ac , Ac. Name in part Tea, Sugar and Coffee, Soap. Candles, Starch, &c.. Barrels of Brandy, Gin and Rum, Barrels of Gibson and other Whisky, Barrels Molasses and Sirup, Brooms, Backets, Tubs,&c., &c.. Platform and other Scales. 4c? A general assortment of all kinds of Groceries. Also, the Good Will and Fixtures of the Store, which is one of the boat stands in the town. Sale POTerm*'casb. THOMAS DOWLING, Jy2?-td Auctioneer. B Y W. L. WALL k CO., Auctioneers. GROCERIES, LIQUORS, PROVISIONS, &c? See., AT AUCTION On WEDNESDAY MORNING, 27th instant, at lOo'clock, we will sell at275D street, the stock of Eugene Schwingbamers, consisting of very fine stock of Groceries. Liquors and Provisions, Mr. 8. havir g determin>'a to retire from the business. Sale positive. Terms cash. "Jy lS-d W. L. WALL k, CO., Aucts. |]>Y JAS. C. McGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers. LEASE, STOCK, FURNITURE AND FIXTURES OK A RESTAURANT. CORNER OF 14TH ST. AND VENN. AVENUE. On MONDAY MORNING, August 1st, at 11 o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell the Lease, Stock, Furniture and Fixtures of the Restaurant belonging to thelateBenry Ward, and situated at the corner of 11th street and Pa. avenue, and im mediately opposite WLllards' Hotel. Terms cash. CONRAD FINKMAN, Executor. _Jy 26 d J. C. McGUIRE & CO., Aucts. |^Y J. 0. McGUIRE t CO., Auctioneers. EXECUTORS' SALE oF~BUILDING LOTS ON NEW JERSEY AVENUE, NEAR THE RAIL ROAD DEPOT. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. August 1, at 6? o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell parts of LotsNos.3 and 4, in subdivision of Square No. 63", fronting 22 feet on New Jersey avenue, east side, between D and E streets north, and running back an average depth of 117 feet, and containing 3.136 square feet. Terms- One third cash; the residue in < and 12 months, with interest, secured by deed of trust on the premises. Cost of conveyances and stamps to be paid by the purchaser. JyS6-d J. O. McGUIRE Sc. 00., Aucts. B Y JAB. C. McGUIRE St, CO., Auctioneers. SMALL HOUSE AND LOT NEAR THE "GOV ERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE." On THURSDAY AFTERNOON. July 2Sth at 6K o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell the east part of lot 105. in Cabott's sub division of square No. 677, fronting on JackRon street, between G and H streets north, and 1st street east, with the improvements consisting of a snug two-story Frame Dwelling House, containing four rooms. Terms cash. Conveyance! and stamp3 at the cost of tke pur Chafer jy 25 d J.C. McGUIRE & CO., Auoti. B Y W. B. LEWIS Sc Co., Auctioneers. PAWNBROKER'S STOCK AT AUCTION. THUR8DAY, July 28th, at 9^4 o'clock, at our Auction Store, No. 307 Pennsylvania avenue,we shall sell over5tni lots of Pawnbroker's Goods, con sisting of Seventy-five Gold and Silver Wntches, Some very fine English and American Gold Hunt ing Levers, Several fine heavy Gold Chain-), Diamond Rings and Pins, Setts of Gold Jewelry, And lots of Clothing. Dry Goods, Shirts, Shoes, Books.Musical and Surgical Instruments, with a large collection of other useful articles. Jy 25 [Chron3t 1 W. B. LEWIS & CO., Aucts. jgY GREEN St WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. LARGE COPPER FASTENED BARGE AT AUC TION. On WEDNESDAY, the loth day *f August next, we will sell, at 12 o'clock r.i., at Blagden's Wharf, near the Navy Yard, in Washington. D. 0., tke large and superior built Barge New World, of the following dimensions and capacity: Length, 375 feet; breadth, 49 feet; over all, 85 feet; depth of hole, 10 feet; burthen, 1,675 tons. She is well built, coppered and copper fastened. She has over SO1 staterooms, well ventilated. Also, donkey engine, fire pumps, boats, anchors and chains, ana all other necessary equipments. She is in complete order. She can be seen until 1st August at Alex andria, sear the coal wharves. After the 1st of Aneuit she will be at the wharf where she is to be sold. Persons wishing to purchase are respectfully re quested to examine her any time previous te sale. Terms of sale : Ten per cent, of the purchase money will be required on day of sale: balance in 15 days after sale, when a bill of sale will be given. GREEN St WILLIAMS. Aucts. P. S. For further particulars please inquire of Mtssrs. George & Thomas Parker and Green & Williams, Washington; Wm. Swain, No. 177 East Broadway, New York; or the Captain on board the barge. [Intelligencer.] jy 25-d B Y WM L WALL Sc. CO., Auctioneers, Southwest corner Penn'a avenue and 9th st. TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE ON E STREET AT AUCTION. On THUR8DAY AFTKRNOON, 28th instant, at 6 o'cld'k, we will sell, in front of the premises, the two-story Frame House and Stabl?, and other out-buildings, on E street, between Twenty-first and Twenty-second streets, and occupied as a grocery and feed store. Terms cash. Jy 26-4t WM. L. WALL & CO., Aucts. C. W. BOTELER. JNO. W. BOTELIR C. W. BOTELER fc SOW, importers, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IX CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE, TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER-PLATED WARE, BRITANNIA WARE, BLOCK TIN GOODS, TIN CHAMBER SETS. COAL OIL LAMPS, JAPANNED WAITERS, DOOR MATTS. FEATHER DUSTERS, BRUSHES, WOOD WARE, AND HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES GENERALLY. ?9" HOUSES, HOTELS, AND STEAMBOATS FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 318 IRON HALL, PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. fe 17-eo6m between 9th and 10th sts. C MAPS ./OAST Survey Map of Southeastern Virginia; 60 - *??<>'North Carolina;7#. -.Coast Survey Map of Northern Alabama and Map of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama; SB. Coast Survey May of Northern Georgia: 80. ASurvey May of Southern Mississippi and jLyf&lw. TWU: g)|Ay0K TtTtM AUCTION SALES. FUTURK DATS. J^Y GREEN A WILLI 4MB Auctioneers. ADMINISTRATORS BALI FT ORDER OF TQ| HON. ORPHANS' COVRT, OF EXOBLLBNT HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. PIANO FORTE. SILVER ANDPLAT*D WARS AT AUCTION On THURSDAY, the 2>th instant, we_ shall aell, at bouse No. 466. on the east ride offth. betweea D and E street*, near the Unitarian Chuirli, at !? o'clock a. m , the personal effect* of the late Mr*. Loniea Hunter, deceased. We enumerate in perl: One excellent Piano Forte A fineasaortment of Silver .and Silver-plated War# MahoganySofa*. Chair*. Divan* and Ottomans Mahogany Sideboards. Bureau* and Table* Mahogany Wardrobes, Bookca*e and Secretary Mahogany, Marble-top, Pier and Sofa Tables and BUnda l arge Pier and other French-plate Mirrors Au excellent assortment of China. Cat glass and Crockerywvre, Ivory-handie Knives aud Fork* Excellent Feather Beds and Hair Mattresae* A large let of Cotton and Linen Sheets, Pillow cases, Towel*. Knapkin* and Tablecloths Damask. Broeatel and \*hite Window Curtains Seven large Counterpane*, domestic Brussels. Three-ply, Stairs, and other Carpeta and Ku gs French and other Bedsteads Lot of Stoves, with many other articles which W deem unnecessary to enumerate. Terms caab. , By order of the Administrator. GBKBN A. WILLIAMS, Auct*. P. 8.?The Silver and Plated Ware and Piano Forte will be sold at 2 o'clock, precisely. Jy 21-6t [Intel! , O.A W. |^Y J. C. McGUlRE A CO., Auctioneers. IIOCSE AND LOT ON NORTH E STREET BE TWEEN 19TH AND aOTH STREETS WBST. On IUE8DAY AFTERNOON. August *1, at6K o'clock, on the premises, by virtue of a decree of the Orphans'Court, dated June 21st, 1&4, confirmed by the Supreme Court, July Mb, l*rt4, I shall sell, part of Lot No. 2. in Square No. 122, fronting about feet on north E street, between 19th and 20th streets, and running back 97 feet i>K inches, togeth er with the improvements consisting of a two-story Frame Dwelling House,(No. 'il 4.) containing four rooms. Terms cash. Cost of conveyance to be paid by the purchaser. M. F. MORRIS. Guardian. Jy 21-d J.O. McGUIRB A CO .Amu. J^Y JAS. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE oF BRICK DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH H, BETWEEN 13TH AND 14TH STREET8 WBST. By virtue of a deed of trust from William H. Clampittaad wife, dated the twenty third day ut September, eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, an<l duly recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. HI, folioa 457. 43H. 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 ef Lota numbered one, twenty-nine, and thirty, (1, 29, 30.) in Square numbered two hundred and fifty, (260.J as said Lots and Sauare 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 of 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 Kixteen feet eight inches, (15 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 lieR Just east of the Demenon buildings, and opposite the Presbyterian Church, and is one of the most desirable residences of ita class 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 coat of the purchaser Should the terms of eale not be complied with within three days, the Trustee reserves the right to resell at the risk and expense of the purchaser, after giving on? week's notice iri the National Intelligencer, or other newspaper published in Washington JNQ D m'oPTIERSON, Trustee. Jy 20-eo&ds J. C. McGCIRK A- Co.. Auct*. B Y JAS. C. McGCIRK A CO., Auctioneer*. CHANCERY SALE OF DESIRABLE BUILDINO LOIS ON NEW YORK AVENCE, BETWEEN 4 III AND .">TII bIKEKIS WEST. Under and by virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, duly passed on July 5th, 1564, in a cause pending in said Court, wherein Maria L. M. Peters, executrix of Samuel Miller, is complainant, and Ignatius Fries et al. defendants,(No. 129 in equity,) I will sell at pub lie auction, in front of the premises, on MONDAY, the 8th day of August, 1364, at 6 o'clock p. m., Lota A, B and C, according to a subdivision made in said cause of original Lot No. 7, in Square No. 514, in the city of Washington. Said Lots A and B have each a front <>f 22 feet 3 inches, and Lot C ha* a front of 22 feet 4 inches on New York avenue between 4th and 5th sts. west, and extend baek, the same width, about 166 feet to a public alley a.) feet wide. Terms of sale : One third of the purchase money in cash, and the residue in two equal instalments at 6 and 12 months after date, for which the par chaser's notes, bearing interest from the day of sale, with approved personal securities, will be required, ana alien will also be retained on the premises Bold. All conveyancing and revenue itamps at the cost of the purchaser. If the terms of sale are not complied with within ten days from the day ol sale, the trustee reserve* the right to resell the premise* sold, at the risk and cost of the fir*t purchaser, on one week's no tice. JOHN C. KENNEDY, Trustee. Jy IB eoSwAdsJ. O. McGUIRE A CO.. Auct*. B Y THOMAS DOWLING, Auct.; Georgetown. TRUSTEE^ SALE. By authority of a deed of trust, dated the 9th February, 189Wtnd recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 281, folio 224, from John Ellis and another, to se cure a debt due to Sam'l Cropley.and by hi* direol tion.I shall sell at auction.on MON DAY,1st August next, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon, ow the prem ises, the piece or parcel of ground, in Georgetown, being part* of Lots No.74 and 75. in the old town, fronting on the north side of Water street, and beginning at a point 126 feet IS inches westerly from the corner of High and Water streets, and running from said beginning with Water street westerly 26 feet, thence north to a &< feet alley, thence east with said alley ?> feet, thence seuth to the place of beginning, with the house thereon. Terms: one-third ofthe purchase money in cash, and the residue at six ana twelve months?note*, with surety, bearing interest?and a lien on the premises until paid, and when paid the property to be conveyed to the purchaser; and unless the terms are complied with within five days from the sale, a re-sale will be made, after a week's notice in the Evening Star, at the .cost and risk of the defaulting purchaser. Deeds, atamps, Ac., ?t thepurcha*er's expense. W. REDIN, Trustee. Je28-3tawAds TII08. DOWLING. Auct. UCTION SALE OF CONDEMNED HORSES. Wab Dkpabtkkht, Cavalbt Boiiiu, I Qfict af Chief Quartermatter, > Wabhihotow, D. C , July 4.18#4.\ Will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION, to the high est bidder, at the times and place* named below, J Lebanon, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, July 14th, jg?4 # Reading, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY. July list, 1864. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. THURSDAY, July 23th, 1864. Altoona, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, August 4th. 1364. W illiamsport, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Au gust 11th, 1864. TWO HUNDRED (300) CAVALRY HORSES at each place. These horses have been condemned as unfit for the Cavalry service of the Army. For road and farm purposes many good bargain* may be had. Horses sold singly. Terms; CashinUnited ^MEsT"^!**. Lieut. Col. and Chief Quartermaster, jy 6-td Cavalry Burean. A JAME8 TUAUPfciAii,E TOBACCO. CIGARS, goa 9th st., above Pa. are.,east side, " "?"*?n. The attention of sutlers and P^'chasera ly is called to his stock, which will ?e found !to embrace a great variety of every artiole In hi* line of business. He would take this occasion to return hie thanks to the W^in^n public for th? patro"?r* heretofore extended to him. J?g lm* Gray's Patent Molded Collars, Are universally pronounced the neatest and beet fitting eollars extant. The upper edge preaents a perfect enrye, free from the angles noticed in all other eollara. The cravat causes bo puckers on thetnaideof tha turn-down collar; they are a* SMOOTH INSIDE AS OUTSIDE, and therefor* Perfectly free and easy to the neck. The Garotte Collar ha* a smooth and evenly fin ished edge on botk jtVis*. These Collar* are not simply flat piece* of paper rat in the form of a collar, but are MOLDED AND SHAPED TO FIT THE NECK. They are made in ** Novelty," (or turn-down style;) in every half aise from 1J te 17 inch**,and In " Eureka," (or Garotte,) from IS to P inches; and packed in " solid sisee" in neat blue oartong, oon?alning 100 each; also in smaller one* of tea each?the latter a very handy package for traveler* amy and navy effloer*. ?GTBYBRY COLLAR I* stamF* " GRAY'S FATE** MOLDED OOLLAE." ?old by all dealer* U men's furnishing good*. The trade enppli*d by WALL, STEPHENS * OO.. n?14-am *89 Washing**, ?SIiliTTO^IV? NOTICE, That the *ut har ha* obtained from the Orphan*' Oou W.jihington County, in the District of Oolumto letter* testamentary on the personal estate johngloosse, late of Washington City, D. deceased. All person* having clahns against _ said.deoejeed, areherebyjrernodtoeOTi?thn. isubeoct ' Court of ISA.

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