Newspaper of Evening Star, August 6, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 6, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. AMUSEMENTS TO-NIGHT. Grovrr'r Theater ? Mr. b. W. Glenn, who Mu managed Grover's Theater for a week or two put, takes a benefit to-night, and will appear In the amusing character of "Haver sack." in the "OldGuard." GeorgeO.Charles, Belle Lmelle, and others of the company will alse appear. Caktkrburt. ? Another performance of song:, dance and Ethiopian eccentricity will be given to-night. WobTht of attwttiok.?On Monday night a communication from tbe commissioners of the H?ylnni and poor bouse was transferred to tbe Hoard of Aldermen relative to making the asvlum and womnoune remunerative by com pelling tbe inmates to labor. The commissioners say that In the law made lor tbe government of the asylum it is a fund amental principle that employment must be provided tor ail persons in the asylum capable of ary spei ies of labor In order to carry out the law it is requisite that someone of the com missioners shall be authorized to apply funds impropriated by the corporation for tbe asy lum to pnr.hase raw materials, majhin^ry, tools and implement?, and to dispose or all artici. sroade np, wove, spun, knitted, picked, cr otherwise prepared. The commissioners believe this could he dene with much advantage to the cjrpora tion It is 1? year-* since the law was passed, and it is in effect a dead letter, when if properly carried out ?5<>,UGO might have been realized by workbouse labor Trie name of workhouse as applied to the institution is a misnomer and the inmates spend their time in idleness, plotting mischief. To carry out the recommendations of the Commissioners it will be requisite to have one of thtm designated to give his whole time to the superintendence of the work, with such additional remuneration as would be proper, kand there is no doubt that the Corporation "wonid be larg-ly a gainer by the arrangement. Wot only could a large sum be gained by the labor, but ttie prisoners themselves would be benefitted by being kept out of idleness. More over, it would have the effect to keep away a host of la/zaroni w ho hate work and patronize the almshouse only so long a3 they can be boarded and lodged in idleness. This swarm of vagrants have b?en a terrible burden upoa the Corporation, and by pntting them to hard work ?s last as tbey reach tbe almshouse they -would beareafter give that institution a wide berth The communication of the Commissioners ?was referred to the asylnm committee, which will, we trust, give the matter early attention. War Department Rifles.?The above is k'he title of the regiment compos'd of clerks from the different bureaus of the War Depart ment. The regiment is composed of good ma teria], and will undoubtedly make a fine ap pearance, and be of great service to the Gov ernment in case of an emergency. The men have been armed, uniformed and equipped in all respects similar to a regiment in the field? the nniform consisting of a dark blue blouse, light blue pants (like those of the Veteran Re serve Corps 1, and army regulation caps. The ?flkers have beer commissioned by the Secre 'tary of War, but services rendered under the appointment are to be without pay or rations, and the regiment has been organized under the *mmed.ate supervision of Brigadier General James B. Fry, Provost Marshal General U. S. A. The men composing this regiment have been sworn into the'service of the United Sta'es for the term of three years, and it is under stood that tbe Secretary of War has orderei the erection of a suitable building tobeus^d a.1- an armory. Tbe following are tbe officersCapt. Sim'l Iiar.a. l?th U. S. intantrv. Colonel; Captain Franklin H. Barroll, 2d U. S. infantry, Lieut. Colonel; Capt. Geo. E. Scott, V. R. c.. Major; Surgeon J. H. Baxter, U.S. Vols., Surgeon: Jjieut. Ale*. A C. Klaucke, Adjutant; Lieut. C A McLaughlin, Quartermaster. Cojitaxns.?Co. A, B. W. l>oud; Co. B, H. E. .Scott; Co. C, N. T Hartshorn; Co. D, H. Doug lass; Co. E, J H. Edson: Co. F, L. L. James: Co. (J. R. A. Hills: Co. H, G. C. Putnam: Co. I, J. T. Usher; Co. K A. B Butts. The regiment drills for one hour every after noon, Snndays excepted, in the grounds be tween the War Department and the President's House. LArcEwr Cases.?On Wednesday evening, Henson Jackson, colored, complained at the V nth precinct station that he had been robbed cf a five dollar bill by W. White and George Urent. colored, and they were arrested by of ficer A-hton, who took them before Justice Jieswell. It appeared that the three were in a bouse where the accu-ed were playing cards, and during the game Brent stated that he had ?Jost ?3. White proposed that all should be searched, and several submitted to the opera tion, but Jackson refused, at the same time laying a five dollar note on the table, which Brent pocketed. The Justice held Brent to se curity for court and dismissed White. On the same evening, a colored boy (Daniel . JJncklev) was arrested by officer Barker for ?robbing the mcnev drawer of Wm. Fagan of 97.55. and he was taken before Justice Bos well, v hocommwieu him to jail for court. The money bad been carried to a stable and hid m the hay, where it wa? found by Mr. Fagan. The Mod* of Canise Slaughter?The use of strychnine by the police in the killing of dogs found running at large without being muzz ed, as required by law, has been pro hibited by ihe city authorities. The Superin tendent of Police has therefore detailed two men in each ward to 6hoot such animals. The order v as issued Tuesday, and on that night the Fourth Ward officers tested their skill in tbe use of fowling-pieces by shooting twenty five dogs. If the men detailed in other pre *.4ucts are as successful as the Fourth Ward punters, tbe cartmen emploved by the Corpo Tation will be kept busy for a few days. From the number of dogs yet running at large un muzzled, it would appear that their owners are rather anxious than otherwise to get rid of their v orthleiis curs. The Riot Casb.?Yesterday morning, while tbe trial of the parties charged with participat ing in the riot, near Branch Hospital, on Thursday, in which Robert Stroupe,rtih Penn sylvania cavalry, was killed, was progressing before Justice Cull, the military authorities ? In a measure aba'ed the nuisance, by pulling down two of the shanties near the scene of not, one ol \*hich was occupied bv Mrs. Ann Thompson. Subsequently officers Shelton, Crraut, and Br> nran arrested Mrs. Thompson and Richard O'Kieff, the former for selling without license and to soldiers, and the last ' ?amed for selling to soldiers, and they were froth fined $20 each by Justice Cull. I Im><? Shooting.?Oflicer Walling and Shel ion have oeen detailed to destroy dogs at large in the Sixth Ward, and are rapidly extermi nating the canines who have not the wire muz ale over their smellers. On Wednesday after noon, in the prosecution of their business, tbey abot a dog on the corner of East Capitol and tto streets. A Capt. Cambell here abused the officers for the act, and while so engaged, his dog showed itself on the street, and being un. muzzled, was also shot, and this enraged the Captain np to tbe boiling point, and he became ?o disorderly that he was arrested and taken before Justice Cull, who fined him *2.5(1, and txplaired the law on the subject. R*r r.riTTOG at tub Navy-Yard.?The officers at the Navy-Yard are using more cau tion in shipping men for the Navy, and con sequently tbe number accepted is smaller than formerly ; nevertheless, the average number per day is about twelve accepted. There is but one clerk employed in shipping men, and frcm the number offering he finds it almost impossible to attend to all. At present able tfodied men are received as substitutes, but boys are only taken as volunteers. During the last tw o or three weeks over 2<>0 have been ?hipped. Af?AL LT*D.?Thursday afternoon, as Henry Dott her. a soldier, was passing up 4* street, B- land > three other soldiers, N. H. Douglas, ruev Lynch aiid Wm. Hinkston, assaulted fcim lie resisted them until the arrival of k oAcer (liberson, aud with the assistance of r, they were taken to the Tenth Precint rfJlBllin. and pent trom thereto tbe Central TJ uard house SPECIAL. NOTIOK8. not upon the order of your going, but go once and bur a bottle of the fragrant Soiodout, 1'cu will never regret it. It not on'y beautifies and preserves the Teeth, and arrets decay, but leaves the mouth cool, ana the breath as fragrant asaro-e. All Druggists sell ^t au6 3t Cob*h. Btnri**?. Bad Nails, ate. l>r White will be in attendance at his rooms. Ho. 424 Pennsylvania avenre, on and Fri \ Say. July 23*. Jr 21-tf Com at* 's Hour Soap. Tb.s celebrated Toilet Soap, in such anlversal d-maiid. is made from the choicest materials, is mild and emollient in Its nature, fragrantly scent od, and extremely beneficial In Ita action upon the ?kin for sale by all Druggist* and Fancy Goods Dealers. * Ja*-eolr GocnHS Ann Colds. The suddea changes of our climate are sonreee d pulmonary, bronchial and asthmatic affections. .J r,?rieDce having proved th?t simple remedies m JUtma act speedily when taken in the tnrly stages of fhTdfsVale, recoars. should at once Se had to *Rrctm's Bronrhinl TVorVuj." or Lozenges, let the d cough, or Irritation <>f the throat be ever so , "i? h* this precaution a more serious attack a'y be effJctnalfr warded off. Public shakers .in?#r? will find them ett?*rtu*l for clearing *? rouiftheuing tbevoce. Soldi#rs should have JL aS' the? can be carried ia the pocket aad taken as occasion require*. *H??r I A F?* Pnmi tom thi luuiiomr. Phaltn s "Night Blooming Cereui." Photon's "Night BloomingCereus." P ha Ion's "Night Blooming Cereus." Pkalon's "Night Blooming Cereus." Phalon't "Night Bleomlng Cereus.' Phaltn't "NightBlooming Cereus." Phalon's *' N ightB 1 oomi ag Cereus." .Amort enjuisite, delist? and fragrant perfume distilled from the rare and beautmil flower from which it takes its name. ? ? _ Manufactured only by PhiLOB * Boh, N. T. BRWAHR op OOC*TlB"IT8. Ask bob Pbalow's?Tarr bo Otbbb. Je 16-3m gold br druggists generally. SsORRT DI8RABR8. Samaritan's Gift is the most certain, safe and effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever discovered, Cures in two to four days, and recent oases in twenty-four hours Horn neral no balsam, no mercury. Only ten pilla to be taken. It is the soldier's hope, and^friend to those who do not want to be exposed. Male packages, 92; female, a13. Samaritan's Root and Herb Jutres?A positive and fermanent cure for Syph ilis,Scrofula,Ulcers, Sores pots. Tetters, Ac. Price ?1, or six bottles for 9S Bold by 8. 0. Ford. See advertisement. mfi BraiNiTomESi oab bk Ccrrd.?Dr Rand's Bpe eifie cures Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weaknes*, Im foieney. Loss of Potcer. etr., speedily and effectually. ts effects are truly magical. A trial of the 8peciae will contince the most skeptical of its merits. Price ?1 a box. Boid by b. O. Ford, corner lltb street and Pa. avenue, Washington, acd Heury Cook, Alexandria. JaS-ly Niavocs Drbilitv, Bbmibal Wbakmrss, etc., Can He Cured by one who has really cured himself and hundreds of others, and will tell you nothing hat the truth. Address, witn stamp, Edward h, T*ATn, mar 3 DAW ly Lock Box. Boston. Mass. Disrasbs op thb Nkrvoub-, Srmisal, Urinabt AHD Sixcal 8tsteM3? n?t and reliable treatment ?in Reports of the Howard Association?Sent by mail in sealed lftter envelopes, free of charge. Address D. J. Skillin Houghton, Howard Asso ciation, No. 3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Je SO 3m TBB OHlAriST AND BIST E AIR Dtr IN TBB WOBLD ?Never Fades or Washes Out.?Upham'a Hair Dye, 10 cents a box. The best in use. Try it. Sold by 8. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Penn. avenue, Washington; and Henry Cook, Alexandria. a6-ly Warrabtrd to Curb ih Six Da vs.? Dr. Godfrey's Antidote, an English Specific of sixty-five years' standing, will cure Gonorrhan in six days. No change of diet required. Price 81 per bottle. Bold by 8. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook. Alexandria. Ja ft-ly Dl. DcPOHT ti Sugar-coated Female Regulating Pills are the very best in use. They operate speedily and effectively, and being svKnr-toated create no nausea upon the most delicate stomach. A trial oi these Pills will prove the:r suvtriority over all ethers. Price SI a box. Sold by 6. C. Ford, corner Uth street and Pa. avenue.Washington,and Henry Cook, Alexandria Jaft-ly Do TOD c?lor your s-hiskers and moustache? I so, use the "Japanese Hair Stain." No hair dye in the world enua! to it. Only one preparation It colors a natural black or brown. Only 60 cents a box. S. C. Ford, ??2 eo3m 2?0 Pa. avenue. Sole Agent MARRIED, On the 3 th of July, lBf4, by the Rev. Father McNally. Mr. CORN FLIT'S M. DALY, of New York, to Miss ALICE V. CLEMENTS. of <!eorge tcwn, D. C. No cards issued. HA PPT HOIKS BK THIBK. Happy hours be ever thi ne. Flowers spring where thou shalt tread: May life's sunbeams ever shine Radiantly o'er thy head. Grief nor sorrow ?ver ca*t 0'* r thee hours of earthly pain. But i-weet joys fall thick nod fa-t. Like the gentle summer rain.?v. S. C. On the 4th inst., by the Rev. B. II. Nadat, D. D., Dr. A. P. WHITE, of Fine Blurt, Arkansas, to HELEN M. GRIMES, of this city. * [Baltimore Sun please copy.] DIED, On the afternoon of the f>tb in it., after a severe illness, Mrs. ELIZABETH WHITE, consort of Enoch W Lite. The friends of the family are respectfully in vited to attend her funeral from the residence of her son in-law. Jamr-s S. Topbam. No 1*0 Fourth street, between Land New York avenue, this (Sat urday ) afternoon, at 5 o'clock. On the 5th of August, JOHN T.. aged 15 months, only child of Sarah J. and the late John S. Davis. The funeral will take place at the residence of it? gran mother. Martha E. Barnes, on Sunday afternor ojat 2 o'clock, 911 7th st., between G and I, Navy Yard. Gone but not forgotten. * On the 6th inst.,JNO. ALL08I0US FOX, aged four years snd four months. The friends and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral from the residence of his father, Mr. Peter F. Fox, in Uniontown. D. C.,on to morrow (SundayEven ing, the 7th inst.. a* 3 o'clock *5 In Petersville, on the 2T?th ult , LILLIE MAR SHALL, infant daughter of John M and Tenri>le anna M. Keating, of Washington City, D. C. (Washington papers please copy.) CH0ICEST0CK 4*6 INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. 4*6 4*6 PAPERH ANGINGS. 4*6 A select and varied stock of Gilt. Medium and Ir.w-priced Paperhanginga, Borders, Statues, Cen ter Pieces, Ac. WINDOW SHADES. Buff, Gr<.*en, Chocolate, Brown tnd Gilt Window Shades, a variety of patterns; Shade Fixtures, Tassels. Ac. PICTURE CORD AND TASSELS. Bilk and Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, dif ferent sizes and colors, a beautiful assortment; Picture Rings, Nails, Ac. OVAL PICTURE FRAMES. The largest assortment of Oval Frames in the District, warranted to be gilded with gold leaf; also, a variety of Dark Wood Frames, with a va ried stock of small-sited Oval and Carte de Visit* Frames. ENGRAVINGS AND PAINTINGS. A few choice Engravings and Paintings always in store. Orders for Paperhanging and Window Shades pnnctually attended to in city or county. Terms cash fer goods or labor. J. MARKRTTER, No. 4*6 Seventh street. Jy 7- * Eight Doors above Odd Fellows' Ifall. I1E SCPREME COURT OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, holding a Dis'rict Court of the United States fur the said District. _ To all whom it may concern, Kreetinx : Notice is hereby given, that on the 2d day of Au gust, 1864, the schooner L. B. Cowperthwaite. tac kle and apcarel, furniture, Ac., were seized for violation of the Revenue Laws by the United States Collector of Customs at Georgetown, D. C., and brought the same into this District for a iIndication: and the same are libelled and pros ecuted in this court, in the name of the United States, for condemnation; and have been arrested by ihe marshhl for the reasons in tne libel stated; and that said c#us? will stand for trial at the City Ilall, in the city of Washington, r>n the first Mon day of September next, when and where all per sons are warned #o appear to show cause why con demnation should not be decreed, and to inter vene for their interests. An gust 2. 1st4. R. J. MEIGS, Clerk, an 3-2awtd S NEW STOCK. OLE LEATHER TRAVELING TRUNK, LA DIES' DRESS TRUNK. nAT BOXES.VA , LISES. LEATHER and CARPET BAGS, SATCHELS, Ac , comprising the largest^*"* and best assortment of ladies' and gentlemen' traveling requisites to be found in this city. WALL. 8TEPHENS A CO., 322 Pa. av., bet. Pth and 10th streets. Jy 21-Swif llntelAChronl CORPORATION OF WASHINGTON STOCK for sale, in sums to suit. Apply lo JAS C McGUIRE A CO.. au 1-d 12t Auction and Commission Merchants. WASHINGTON CITY SAVINGS BANK, Ircorpobatro March Sin, 1?64. EDWARD SIMMS, President and Treasurer. EDWARD CLAKK, Vice President and Secretary. Directors. WM. P. DOLE, THOS. J GARDNER. J. J. COOMB8, S. V. NILES, JOHN R. ELVAN8. This Bank is now open for the receipt of deposits, at the ?ew Banking House, No. 58 Louisiana av enue, under Simm?' new building. EDWARD CLARK, Secretary. EDWARD CLARK A CO., BANKERS, At thd Savings Bank. No. ft* Louisiana avenue Dealers in EXCHANGE, GOLD AND 8ILV1R, AND GEN ERAL BANKING BUSINESS. EDWARD CLARK, Jy 86-lm JOHN R, ELVAN8 CLARIFIED CIDER ! CLARIFIED CIDER I! I have Just received per schooners "George 6. Adauis"and "J. W..'! from Boston a large supply of pure MasBachusettsCLARIFIEDCIDER.which I offer for sale at the lowest market price, in quan tities to suit purchasers ..... , Hotel keepers, sutlers, and all others in want of a prime article of Cider are invited to call and ex amine this before purchssin^ywM^e.^^ Union Bottling Depot, 57 Green st., Georgetown. P. C. riMUE STEAM ENGINE INDICATOR, by Paul A Btillman; Capt. Walker's Note* on Screw Propulsion, Ward a Steam for the Million, l'ortaine on the Steam Engine, London. Nam k. Brown on the Marine Steam Jlngine, Kid? on the 816am Begin*. Gordon on the Marine Bteam Engine, London, 1 sherwood's Engineering Precedents; 2 roIT Edition's * the Steam Engine; New Hoblin on the Steam Engine, London, Rankine on the Steam Engine. London, ly 16 FRANCE TAYLOR. GRANT, SHERMAN, and all other Union Gen eral^, in true original likenesses. Also a fine collection of oil colored PHOTOGRAPHS, at FRANKLIN & CO., Opticians. 344 and 3S*i Pa. %?. Catalogues of our Cartes d* Visit* furnished free on ^pylicstioB. jyXlt PW."orT?|?cTT0^??54.^ ?Xi! Chronology of th* Great Rebellion; BO eanU. WANTS. second hand TENT. an 6 2t WANTE??A food size secon Address 8UTL1R, Star Office mVANT*D-A first class OOOK and TABLE IT WAITER. Apply at JACKSON BRO A CO., 333 Pennsylvania avenue. an 6 Iw* WANTED?By a respectable iroiuan, aSITCA HON as coowbo understand* ?*? Rind of meat and pastry cocking. Apply at 583 11th st., near Penna. avenue. au 6 2t^_ ?ANTED?four JOURNEYMEN CARP1N ? ? TBPS. to whom the best wages will be (Wen. Apply to 8A MUEL WISB, 346 B street, between 12th and 18th. aa 6-2t* WfANTED?By a respectable young girl, a 81T " I'ATION at nurse and to do plain sewing, or light chamberwork. The best of city reference can be given if required. Please address Box 6 Star Office. It* \1^ANTED?A WOMAN to cook ws?h and iron. " to go a short distance in the country, either German or Colored. Good reference required. Apply at 396 7th atreet, corner of H. an 5 3t* WANTl'.D?By a married couple, of plain habits and without children. ROOM AND BOARD in a private familv. Address, stating terms and location, to "WE6B," P O Box 1,1*3. au5-2t* 1VANTFD-A WOMAN.tocook. Also, one to ?* v ash dishes and make beds. Inquire at the Gosling Ilonse, at 249 Pa. avenue, between 12th at d i3th streets, au r>-2t* A-YOUNG MATTWISHES A SITUATION IN the paperbanginir, carpet and oilcloth busi ness. Pest of reference* can be given. Can be seen at 495 7th St., corner of E^ au 5-2t* WANTET)~IMMEDIATELY-A white or col ored YOUNG MAN. to wait on dining room Good references required. Apply to Mr.BOUVKT, 233 I ft., between 18th and l'Jtn. ail 5-.1t* ANT Kl>?A YOUTH of good address in a Bool<<tore. Apply, in handwriting1 of appli cant. giving references, to P. O. Box No. 260, au 5 3t* w w 7 ANTED?A WAITER at toe Gosling lions*. 1 One who und?rstands his business can get good wages and steady employment all the year round. Inquire at the Gosling Restaurant, 24 1 Penn av., bet. 12th and 13th sts. au 5-2t* \ANTEP TOTbUyT>R^RENT-A DWELLING - - HOU8E, containing from four to eight rooms; furnished or unfurnished; within ei^ht minutes walk of Jay Cooke A Co.'a Banking House, 15th street. Address stating price or rent, and location. Box 1ft Star Office. au 5 St* WANTEl)-A good SALOON WAITER, at good wages. Apply to F. BAILLY, 435 E street, near 7th. au s-3t* W~ANTED IMMEDIATELY?Six good JOUR NEYMEN CARPENTERS, at No. 2??0 E street, between 14th and 15th. au 3-3t* McLAUGnLIN Sc. WILSON. WANTED?STONEMASONS to work on sea wall at the Wellington Arsenal. Inquire of JOHN CAMERON or WISE Sc. CALLAHAN. _au 3 3tW,SAM? \\T ANTED? As an employee in my Drug store, a ** YOUNG MAN of five or *ix years' experi ence in the apothecary and prescription business. No application will be entertained unless accom panied with the higheit testimonials as to honesty, capacity, St j. TS AAC ENTWI3TLE. Apothecary, 94 King street, au 3-lw* Alexandria, Va. WJ A NT KD 10R THE N AY Y.?Able-bodied an<l >V ordinary SEAMEN, STEWARDS, COOKS and FIREMKN will receive large bounties by call ing at our office, near the depot, on New Jersey av?. No 520. Also men for the Army will receive largo bounties. M ABEE fc BROWN, au 2 tt* s 320 N. J. av? near the Depot. WJ ANTEL 1 MM EdTaTELY-A first rate FTRE AND Bl RGLAR PROOF OR FIRE AROOF SAFE for an office. Weight about 2.S"" pounds, for which cash will be paid. Address at once Box 541 P.O. au 1-lw* \\rANTED?BOARDING for an Officer of the *? Army, bis wife aud daughter, in a private fnmilv, v here there are no other boarders. Resi lience between 14th and 21st streets, anil F -and I sT' et-. Two good sized rooms, communicating on the first or sec nd floor are desired. References given and requiroi. Enquire at this Office. aug 1-lw ^rUE SUBSCRIBER WI8HE3 TO PURCHASE 1 (for cash) a FARM of one or two hundred acres, in northern or western Pennsylvania, It must be in good cultivation, with all the nacessary buildings "or a well regulated farm. Addross J. D., Box 384, Washington, D. C. ly 11-lm* "RTILLERY IlORcES WANTED AT ONOK. A1 Chief Qcariermastkrs Offic?, l Washington Depot,S Washington, July 29,1W4. \ IIOI^ES suitable for artillery service will be purchased at this depot, by the undersigned, in own market, from date until September 1, 1Si14. in lot* of six to fifty, at one hundred and e'ghty dol - larsff 18 >> per animal; each animal to be subjected to the nsual Government inspection before being accepted. Horses to be delivered to. and inspected by Capt. C. II. Tompkins, A. Q. M., U. 8. A., corner 22d and G streets, Washington, D. C. D. n. RUCKER, Brigalier General, Chief Quartermaster, Jy21>-Z)td Depot of Washington. W A N T E D?SECOND HAND fURNITURlf AIfo. MIRROR8, CARPET8, BED8, BED DING. an<\ H0D3EFURNISHING GOODS of every description. R. BUCHLY, 42* 7th street, ie8-tf between G and H.east side. S. T.??X. Persona of sedentary habits troubled with weak ness, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack of appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, con stipation, &c., deserve to surfer if they will not try the celebrated PLANTATION BITTER8, which are now recommended by the highest medi cal authorities, and warranted to produce an im mediate beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pure, and must supercede all other tonics where a healthy, gentle stimulant is required. They purify, etrengten anil invigorate. They create a healthy appetite. They 9re?.an antidote to a change of >> ater and diet. They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours. They strengthen the system aud enliven the mind. They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers. They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach. Tbtycure Dypcpsia and Constipation, They cure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera Morbus. They cure Liver Complaint an 1 Nervous Head-? ache. They make the weaK strong, the languid bril liant, and are exhausted nature's great-restorer. They arc composed of the celebrated CalKaya bark, winti-rgreen. sassafras, roots and herbs, all preserved in perfectly pure St. Croix rum. For particulars, sec circulars and testimonials around each bottle. Beware of impostors. Examine every bottle. See that it has D. 8. Barnes' signature on our pri vate U.S. Stamp over the cork, with plantation scene, and our firm signature on a fine steel plate engraving on side label. See that our bottle is not refilled with spurious and deleterious stuff. We defy any per-on to match the taste or character of our goods. Any per.-ou pretending to sell Plantation Bitters by the gallon or in bulk, is an importer. We sell only in our log cabin bottle. Any person imitating this bottle, or Billing any other material therein, whether called Plantation Bitters or net, is a criminal under the U. 8. Law, and will be so prosecuted by us. We already have our eye on tl^o patties re-fllling our bottles, ice., who will succeed in getting themeelTes into close quarters. The demand for Drake's Plantation Bittera from ladies, clergymen, merchants, Ac., is perfectly incredible. The simple trial of a bottle is the evidence we pre sent of their worth and superiority. They are sold by all respectable druggists, grocers, physicians, hotels, saloons. steamboats and country Htores. P. H. DRAKE it CO., aug 2-eo3m 202 BROADWAY. N. Y. Audubon* birds of.wo*th ambrioa, la flvel vole., royal ertir# of text, and one magnificent folio volume of ilatoe, (eiae J7 by 40 incWMn flue binding, for ?al?-<me copy only . ?yj"* * fSAKOK TATLOS* A FOR RENT AND SALE. I AND F08 SALE?Apply at the first house from J the Eastern Branch Bridge. au 6- 1m* FOR 8ALE?An excellent BA(i A T K L LSTABLE. Price $125. Inquire at KFDDERFORTH S Di ning 8aloon, 14th street, between G and New York avenue. au< 3t Ip URN 1811 ED ROOMS FOR RENT.?Several A. cool, pleasant ROOMS in a convenient loca tion?No. 499 mh street, between Peana. av.and C street au 6 3t* TO LET?Two nicely furnished ROOMS and K1TGHEN. suitable for a gentleman and wife. Apply at No. 884 L street, between 6th and 7th street*. au 6-3t" FOR RENT-A front and back CHAMBER, on the second floor ; also two other desirable Room*. Applr at 4'2-? 13tli street. bet. G and Q. au e-St* A RARE CHANCE for any one wishing to en gage in the Grocery business. The STOCK, and FIXTURES on the corner of 13th and H sts. are now offered for sale. au 6 3t" Rooms to let on l street, between 9Tn snd 10TH STREETS?Two large and pleasant ROOMS, suitable tor gentlemen an 1 their wi ve- to It t, with or without bc>ard. Inquire at tlu> office. an f>-3t* DWELLING HOUSE FOR RENT?For rent, a two-6tory Brick House, with back, building JP'l 1'lt situated in the First Ward. Apply to MRS. WILCOX, No. 343 2lst street. Possession given on the 8th of August. au 6-.U* A SMALL HOUSE FOR RENT, AND FURNI ture for sale. Apply 434 Pa. avenue, up stairs au ,'.-3t* LARGE FRONT ROOM on the second floor for rent, at 4?>t> E st. It is furnished with wat^r an<i ira?. It is ithin a fe# yards of the Pont Of fice Lepartraent. au 5-3t* Furnished rooms for rent, boarding bouse in tlie neighborhood wh*re meals ar? served. Icquire at No. 3*20 New York avenue, be tween !'th aLd 1 th steeets. au 6 1 w* FOR SALE-The GOOD WILL, STOCK~AND r I XT URE8 of a restaurant. on New Jersey avenue. No. 320. For further particulars apply on tlie premises. au 5-3t* ^ENTJ.KMKN WISHING NEAT AND~PLiAS^ ? ? ANT. ROOMS in a desirable neighborhood, may obtain them by applying at 417 13th street, near G st. au 5 3t* I^OR RENT-A FURNISHED PARLOR and CH AMBER, communicating, on second floor, 442 13th street, between E and f.eastside. Al?o, other chambers. au 5 St* Ij'OR 8ALE.?A LIGHT BUSINESS FOR 9300. Warranted 10 pav fr^m forty to fifty dolUrs p r wee* tbe y??r round Expenses light. For par ticolars call at 44P 7th street, au 5-2t* FORTSaIE?A well established BUSINESS, lo cated near the Baltimore and Ohio R. R. De pot, now occupied as an ice cream saloon. For particulars inquire at Superintendent's office, R. R_Park ._ I au 5 2t* ] JOHN LIP8RTT. F'OR RENT?Part of an unfurnished HOUSE, consisting of a saloon, parlor, chambers and bathroom, suitable for housekeeping. Apply at N o. 4"?0 Massachusetts avenue, between 4th and 5th sts. an 8-2t* I^OR RENT-A large BRICK BUILDIN0 on 1 Maryland avenue, near corner 1st street, west. Can be n>ed for store-house or manufactory. For terms apply to J. F. GEDNEY, 393 Pennsylvania avenue. au 5 .'it* FOR SALE CHEAP Tor CASH-V two storv BRICIv HO I SE, 1st street, 3<l house above L, lar<re barn. &c., ens and water. Apply immedi rtelv. Rare bargain. Early possession given, au 5 3t* L'0R~REN T-The WAREHOUSE in rear of Store l 519 7th street, and back of the Avenue House. Entrance by the alley from D street. 8uitable for storage purposes or carriage depository, au 5 3t* JOHN OCDEN, 319 7th st. HOl'SE FOR RENT?Four room? and larire cel lar. corner P and 12th sts. A goo<l place for a grocery, liquor or provision store. Key at 253 l'enn a a v.. between 12th aud 13th. an r> 3t* PHILIP FISHER Hj^O RENT?The half of the new, one-fit ry 1 HCU8E on Chestnut street, between P and t; streets, four doors from 14th street, containing two room- with separate vard, wood house. &c. To a small family, rent flu a month, payable in ad vance. au5-2t* FV)R SALE. REMARKABLY LOW-A very pr t ty COTTAGE HOUSE, six rooms stable car riage-house, and 21 ,<hk feet of ground, with choice fruit and flowers, on Capitol Hill. For particulars ard photojriaph view, apply to MITCHELL <fc SON, Real Fs'ate Brokers, S. E. corner Penn ave nue and lEth street. au 5-1 w* Dy sFrAitrEFUHX rsn k d ho use op posit k Je RAN KLIN ROW.?We are authorized to let to a satisfactory tenant a desirable BRICK RES IDENCE. (furnished.) with a brick Stable, situa ted on south side of K street, between 12th and 13th streets west. JAS. C. M< GUIRE & CO., au 3-St Auction and Com. Merchants. PV>R HENTZfwo or three UNFURNISHED ROOMS, suitable for housekeeping. Apply at No. ftl, W ashington street, Georgetown, au 3-lw+ Barber shop for rent, location good. Enquire immediately at No 4W0, corner of Massachusetts avenue and 5th street, aug 3-lw* Fv0R SALE-A FRAME HOUSE, and lot 5> by 10\ No. 568, on M street, between 7th and Rth streets north. Inquire of JOHN S.H0LLING3 I1EAD. corner 6th and E streets. au 3 35* L""OP. REN r-Four UNFURNTSnED I second floor and attic Terms modera'e. Ap ply at No. 101 Bridge street, Georgetown. D. 0. an 3-3t* OR BENT?From thirty to forty ACRES OF LAND, within forty minute*' drive of the Center Marke\ Apply to BENJ. J. FEN WICK, near^lount Oiive Cemetery. au 3-3t* i^OR RENT?A large second story KRONT ROOM, V furnished or unfurninhe'1, with or without Boa^d suitable for a gentleman and wife?No. 427 north 7th street, above G. au 3-3t* F~OR 8ALE-A most excellent FRAM* 1MVKL LING,(or Boarding House.) new and in perfect condition, house 21 by 40, lot 30 by luu feet, fifteen roems and two good cellars. Immediate possession. Situated on the north side ofL street, between 21st acd 221 streets. First Ward Price $3,5h>. Apply on the premises or to MITCHELL tc SON, Real E-tate Brokers, southeast corner Pennsylva nia avenue and 15th street. aug 3-14t* ROOMS FOR RENT, at 4 50 12th street, east side, between G and II sts. The situation is one of the mow desirable in Washington. au2-lm OITrENT?One of the STORE-ROOMS under Medical College on F street, n?ar 12th. Inquire of Dr. J . E MORG AN, au2-tf Corner Md. av.. and 12th st., Istand. FOR SALE?Cheap for cash, and early possession given, a FRAME HOUSE, LOT and GROCERY STORE. The house contains six rooms, including the store. The house and lot may be sold without the stock if so desired. For further particulars inquire on the premises. No. 226 Sixth street west, bet. M and N streets north. au 2-lw* OR SALE?BBICK YARD aud FIXTURES. Inquire at this office. anl-6t* A RARE CHANCE.?Fifty dollars will buy the goodwill and (ixtnres of a PROVISION AND GROCERY STORK, with a large cellar, on the Is land. Address 560 Eighth street. Island, bet. E and F streets. aul-6t* OR RENT?One BRICK HOUSE with 15 rooms on Pennsylvania avenue, between 4,'j and 6th strtetR. opposite the National Hotel, ani one FRAME HOUSE 011 W% street. Island, near R st. Apply toll. 8. JOHNSON, No. 37 3 Pa. av.,bet. 4jj and 6th sts., opposite National Hotel, au l-10t* FOR SALE.?The subscriber wishes to sell a FARM, containing about 25'> acres?, more or less, distant about four miits from Washington, D. C.. over the upper Eastern Branch bridge. A large body of the land is in good timber, and about forty acres of superior meadow land. Title indis utable. Address J. D., Box 3*4, Wsshington. ? C. au 1-lm* F'OR RENT?A rare chance. A STORE AND DWELLING attached in the First Ward. Suit able for a Grocery, Bakery, &c. Enquire at No. 457 13th street, between E and F streets, at one o'clock. jy2)-lw* CUTLERSHIP FOR SALE.?The subscriber be k? ing compelled to go to California, offers for sale the best 8UTLER8HIP in the country, worth at least ten regiments. Call at 519 12th street, . opposite the Kirkwwod House, aft?r 8 p. ra. Also, a oue-balf interest of aSUTLERSHIP in front. jy 30-lw* W. BRAMHALL. VALUABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE \ IN THE FIRST WARD.-Tbe undersigned will sell all or part of that valuable property upon which he resides, situated on the corner of 16th and K streets, and within one and-a-half blocks of Lafayette Square, consisting of several handsome BUILDING LOTS, one of them improved b7, ? substantial two-story Brick House and back build ing, with good f tabling. The above property will be sold low for cash. Enquire of T. DRUUY, Wood tt Coal dealer, near the War Department, or on the premises. ? jy 3Mm* F P1 UBLICSALE OF LOT NO. 13, IN THE VIL - LAG? Of SACKfcTT'8 HARBOR, NEW YORK ?Notice is hereby given that LOT 13, in the Village of Sackett's Harbor, owned ?ud for many years occupied by the United States, will be sold at public auction on TUESDAY, the 2Sdday of August next ?t 4 o'clock p. m.,ou the premi uac Terms cash in L ? o. currcucy. The Bee retary of the Navy will give to the pur chase a deed or release of the premises, July -, ]y 23-2aw4t ti'UOW CASES FOR BALE ?Just received eight ^ elegant COUNTER SHOW CASES by the best makers in New York. Apply to P. J. ^BELLBW &; Co 510 7th street, three doors south of Odd Fel lows' Hall. Jr ? streets, opposite nauonai aotei. Apply to U.S. JOHNSTON, No 3T3 Penn'aavenue, between 4X md6th sts. jy 11-lOt^ F"*fOR 8ALB-WITH IMMEDIATE P088M3I0N. The three story BRICK H0U81, (and LotJ No. 639, 9th street. Island, between D and 1 streets. It contains nine rooms, and is in all re spects adesirable residence and property. Apply to W. P. WALLACH, Star Office. Je 28-tf TO RENT?An elegant HOUSE, with brown stone front, papally furnished, with all mod ern lmprotremont?r centrally and pleasantly lo cated,no. 444 1 street, near the residence or Sec retary Chase, together with large briok stable. The previses not to be rented for a board in* honse. for particulars Inquire or Hon. D. B. SOMES on the premises, or Oapt. GEORGE ELY, No. 87 m street. Possession riven immediately. te 8-tf FOR SALE?A large and well-bnUt three-stor BRICK HOUSE, with baak buildin*, Ne. IT1 Sd street west, between B and 0 sts. Immediate possession riven. Apply to OHABLtiS H. LAMB, 424 Pa. avenue. to7-eotf IWSKf. man's Patent Preserve Jars, fresh and pnrel Medicines, Perfumery, Toilet Soaps, Oo-1 l?iyers*wid oW??f MedioiaaaJ |T AUCTION 8AUB. itlw Awttti lali?w? gY GREEN Sr WILLIAMS, Auetioneert. ADBJINIBTRATOR'S SAT,* Of HOR9I?. WAG-' n AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY, the 9lh of Auffust, 18*4, we shall ',7 ?'der of the honorable Oriliua' Court. at S ? 5^ne-th',(IJitin#ifro?\ ,of .our Auction Store, No. #27 i to afreet, the following article* belong ing to the personal estate or Mr* Uuisa Honter. i Vll ? Two Excellent Work noraes Two Wagons and Harness. Terms cash. Br order of the Admioietrator . au 6 ?t GREEN A. WILLIAMS. Aucta. ?JY W. L. WALL & CO., Auctioneer!. AUCTION 8ALE Of GROCERIES LIQUORS TOBACCO AND CIGARl ' On TUESDAY MORNING. 5th instant. ?? will sell, in front of the Auction Rooms, an assortment of Groceries, consiftltog of neks and bjxes of Purest ground and grain Coffee; Boxes Soap. Starch, and Candles; Boxe? Canned Fruits and Meats; Boxes Sauces, Mushrooms. Ac.; Boxes Claret. Champaigne, Ac : Barrel# bott'ed Whiskey: Demijohns Biandy and Gin; Barri-ls Whiskey Brandy, and Gin; lln rreis Glassware and Tumbler*; - T'.bacco, "L'.ttle Fauclion." " Black Dia mond." "Royal Gem." "Pine Apple." 60 0 0 Cigara various brands an fi d W. L. WALL A CO^ Auets^ gY JAS. C. McGUIRE & CO., Auctioneer. PEREMPTORY SALE (IFfINE BUILDING LOT ON 9TH STKEAT WEcT, BETWEEN N AND 0 HTKEKTS NORTH. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. August 9th, at 6l? o'clock, on the premises, we shall ceil the aouta rart of lot No. 4. in subdivision of square No. 399. fronting 18 feet 6 inches on Jtth etreet, between N and O streets north, and running back 94 feet 4 incites, to a '.Ofoot alley. Terms ca?h. au ,vd J. C. McGUIRE k. CO.. Aucts B Y J A3. C. McGUIRE &. CO., Auctioneers. CORPORATION OF WASHINGTON ST03K AT AUCTION. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, August 9. at half past r> o'clock, at the Auction Rooms, wa shall sell for account of whom it may concern, in sums to S'3,3fX> Corp; ration of Washington Quarterly, Sit PerCent . Btock. fSto Quarterly Five Per Cent. Stock. 2io Semi-Annual Six. Per Cent. Stock. Terms cash. au 5-d J. C. McGUIRE & CO.. Aucts. j^Y GREEN & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. FOR SALE? All that part cf Lot 36, in Square 535, and the building thereon, consistingof a two-story Frame House, containing about six rooms, the same known as &&?> 3d street west, between south D st. and Virginia nv. *,.?*?* , If the above property be not sold at private sale on or before SAT IKD AY. the 13'li day of August, 1864. I will sell the same at public auction, on the premises, to wit: on SATURDAY, 13th day of ???,?(. A. D. KM. ?>?*?.'JOHN MILLER, Attornev at Law. 3S Louisiana av., near 6th street. nu s d GREEN k WILLIAMS. Aucts. ALE BY THE UNITED STATES OF STAL LIONS AND BROOD MARES. Chief Qvmrtermani't'.< OJfire, D'Vot of Washington,! Washington. D. C., Attn. 5, 1861. \ In addition to the unserviceable Horses and Mules advertised to be sold at the Corrals, near the Observatory, in the citv of Washington, on WE L> NESDAV, August 10, 1SC4, at 10 o'clock a. m., there will be sold at the same time und place a nUml"'f-X \LL10NS AND BROOD MARES, condemned as unfit for pub'ic service. Terms cash, in Government D. II. RLCK ER, Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, au r.-4t Depot of Was:.inetou. s RUCTION SALE OF CONDEMNED HORSES. Wak Dkpartmxst. Cavalry Borbio, l Office of Chief Quaitermasttr, > Washington., I). C., Avgust'.t, 1864.\ Will be sold at Publ'c Auction, to the highest Udder, at the time-; and place.- named below, viz: Heading, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY. August 13, 1864. Altoona, P'-nns% Ivania, THURSDAY, August 18rt*. Lebanon, Penn~? Ivania, TII UBS DAY, September l,)fs?4. Harrisburg:, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Sep tembers. i.m>4. TWO HUNDRED (2?>) CAVALRY HORSES, at eacii place. . These horses have been condemned as unfit for the cavalry service of the army. For road and farming purposes, many good bar gains may be had. norses sold singly. Terms cash, in Lmted States currency. JAMejo A JLiVilN, Lt. Col. and Chief Quartremaster, an 5-tse8 Cavalry Bureau. AUCTION SALE Off GOVERNMENT PROP ERTY. Dkpartmfst of the Interior, ) Offictoftht Washington A'luerlv.rt, > Washington*. D. C., August 3. 1864.\ ? W ill be sold at public auctioa, on TUESDAY, Auenst 16, commencing at 10 a. m. . A large lot of miscellaneous property connected with the Washington Aqueduct cocsisting jf one Stationary Steam Engine, about 30 tons old Wrought Iron, 21 tons old Cast Iron, 738 barrels Hydraul ic Cement, 1 0f?' pounds Asphal t. 6 asphalt kettles, 5 stone stows, 63 (**? feet B. M. old 7 im ber. Fever?l wooden buildings, together with a large lot of hoisting and travelling cranes, blocks and falls, wire and hemp rope, d.-Tricks, shovels, wheelbarrow frames, strap and T rails, a quantity of eranite. 4c.,&c. . The above property is situated at Bridge 6, and the Government warehouse in Georg?t'>wn, Dis tributing Reservoir, Cabin John Bridge. Great Falls and Seneca quarries. Descriptive printed lists of the property in each locality will be furnished su and after the luth inst. at this office The sale will take place on the ground, except the property at Seneca quarries, which will be sold at Great Falls from the descriptive list. If not all sold on the kith the sale will be con tinued on the 17th, at the same hour. Ten per cent, of the purchase money will be paid on the day of sale, and the balance on taking pos session of tVe property, which must be within six days after the sale, or the ten per cent, will be forfeited and the property resold. . B> order of the Secretary ot the Interior. S. an 8-llt Chief Eng. Washington Aqueduct. |^Y J. C. McGUIRE Sc. CO., Auctioneers. CHANCERY SALE OF A VALUABLE BRICK HOUSE AND LOT ON 1'iTll STREET WEST, BETWEEN NEW YORK AVENUE AND I ST. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in equity, and passed in a certain cause wherein Mary A Roche is complainant and James E. Smith et al. are de fendants, 1 shall proceed to sell, in front of the premises, on THURSDAY, the lsth day of August text, at 6 o'clock p. m., all that certain piece or parcel of ground situate, lying and being in the city of Washington, in the District of Columbia, and designated as Lot marked and lettered "L." in Robert.I. Roche's su bdivision of parts of Lots numbered twelve (12> and thirteen, (13,) in Square numbered two hundred and eighty six. (181.) with the improvements thereon, consisting of a neat and substantial brick dwelling-house. This property fronts on 12th street west,_ be tween New York avenue and I street north, iu a very desirable section of the citv. , Terni> of sale: One-half cash,to be paid on the day of sale; the balance in six months, the purchaser giving his note, satisfactorily i ndorsed.and bear ing interest from the day of sale. All conveyancing and Government stamps at the cost Of the purchaser.^. au 2-eoAds JA3. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. OY J AS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. SMALL AND VALUABLE BUSINESS PROPER TY ON PENNSYLVANIA ANENUE, BE TWEEN ftTH AND lOTH 8TREB1S. On MONDAY AFTERNOON. Augnst hth, at 6 j o'clock, on the premises, we shall 8ell pjjrt ol Lot 6, in 8quare No. 38.1, fronting 22 feet on Fennsylva iiia avenue.between 9th and 10th Bts. west, run ninir back to a private alley belonging exclusively to this property, and improved, with a t*o story Frame House, used as a shoe and cur*r store en the first floor and dwelling above. ,Th? P.1"?PertT is adjoined on each side by fine brick buildings, and could be improved at a comparatively email cost, as it will require no building but the frout wall. Title perfect. , . Terms One-half cash; the remainder iu three and six months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premise#. Conveyances and stamps at the coat of tne pur CJyT-'d J.O. QEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS MRS. SINCLAIR, the great Astrolo^ist, has arrived in Georifetown from Baltimore, ana is now at No. T1 Montgomery street. Sittings from 8 a in. to a p. m. She will remain for a few weeks only. auA4tl_ Georgetown corporation btook. Those persona who may be disposed to pur chase Georgetown Corporation Stock, whieh bears an inttreat of aix per cent, per anmim, payable quarterly, can obtain aome by applying to> WM. LAIRD. Oletk of said Corporation. Je ?-dtSl OuUlaa on botfd.or jqhj, D1,ID80?. Br 14- Water itrest. Georgetown. rpHl NEW INTERNAL REVENUE LAW, ap Poemsi'with'transUtionB from the German. By Lc7pXCT?n<l. of the "Centipede." Ey Capt. WT^e Atlantic Monthly for Au?ast. THe Ladder of Life. By Amelia B. Eklwards. Maurice Derinjr. By the author of Guy Livta?r ^Elliott's Manual for Cavalry. |^XVtnCig?iou!0T04ining ofCHUdren. do? U.A?o?uk titioB; ?? Stricture, frf-i*' ? i I^nmatioitofBiaddeg, AU Yeuere*! DueWH*. AUCTION BALSa. FPTPRK DAYS. L * "ESSF 00" ?In virtneof seven warrant* of gale {am?d Leu?l?^k'' ??c* o{ **? 8opreme Ooart #f tft Btateefc-r the District of Columbia holdlnl ?D'"triSl Court, and to ma diluted, 1 willSii. VL {.n?llC^?^*,?for ?* ***0 front ?f the nonrt rf.r^f 1^?'?? ,*i{Kjtrtet,on MONDAY. thTsih * ? nt?xfc.?*5?ncin gat 11 o'clock of ?? ?ereral owners or the St!^?^KV8f-y Mr?*!8 of ground, lying in tie 2M. ?^B< 5 B*,d District. together Tir ?in?ular the improvements thereon. Dmckiptio* of Or a Tin Aphfoed's Pbofrrtv 8ubdi visions Ne.30 and 31. in Square No ? hntfc proved by a two-?torT framalu'wi n* kewmj?of "*,u' tET'!0* or Jons L*tchkb's PmopatTT 3 ?riS'?Mt?!' "* Bait 21 f?*13 inchPK*^rV? ,T " 0M 4 8'? Paopiarr. lot, ?ul>division of part o ?p7,,'?rl ?-* depth of sail a four story brick bnilair* I north, between ?a ard jd streetawuf 00 8tr**t Inscription orH.11 Lswia'- d?? Eul dirlsiou No. 1, in Square \n Ji? ? ' by a frame build in jr. situate Cn t ha eorni?1 mod nvenue and north L street corneiof Ver De-crjptio* or Oscar R. Hotron's Profit* West half of l"t No. 8, ia 8quare No 605 II'* all of lot Ke, 9, in fcquare No. ttt2,"unimproVe* * Dkscriptio* or Thomas W Grikr's PaorgaTT Lots Nob. 1,2.3, 4, Sand US, ia Square No. 7v' "unimproved." ? Dk*criihok of Trtstkn Polk and Wm. T.Smith, son's Protkktt. Parts of lots Nob. 3 and 4. in Square No. 4S3. be ginning on Sixth street at a point 60 feet from tha southwest corner of said lot No. 3, and rnnnlng thence east 42 feet 4 inches; thence north )S feet ? inches, more or less to the face of an old wall: thcnce eaat with the line of said wall. 40 feet to aa alley; thence north on the lina of a&id alley 11 feet 8 inches; thence vest 38 feet 9 inche.-; thence south 8 feet; thence west 49 feat to Sixth stree? thence south 19 feet 4 lnchea. to the place ?f iu?* tinning; improved by a four story brick buildin* situate on Sixth street weal, between K and F at* north. Seized, libelled, and condemned under tke con fiscation act of July 17 1862, as the property of tha above-named defendants, and will oe sold fur tha use of the Cuited States. * WARD H. LAMON, ... Uni'-ad Statea Marshal, D. C. N. n. Al! persons buyina at this sale will be re quired to make n deposit of one fourth of purcbaaa money at the time of sale, or else the property will be refold WARD H LAMON, if 2, lit United States Marshal. D. C. gY GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. LARGE COPPER FASTENED BARGE AT AUC TION. On WEDNESDAY, the 10th day ef August next we will Bell at 12 o 'clock m? all the right, titla and interest of William Swain, being one-half, with the privilege of the B'agden's wharf near the Navy ^ard. in Washington, D. C., tba large and superior built Baree New World, of tha following dimensions and capacity: Length, 375 feet; breadth of hull, 49 feet; over all. S5 feet; depth of hold. Id feet; burthen, 1,675 tons. She is well built, coppered and copper fastened; has donkey engine, fire pump", boats, anchors and chains, and all other necessary equipments. She is in complete order. SI e can be Been until 1st August at Alex andria, near the coal wharves. After the 1st of August sh 9 will be at the wharf where she is to be Bold. Persons wishing to purchase are respectfully re quested to examine her auy time previous te Bale. Terms of sale: Ten per cent, of the purchase money will be required on day of sale; balanca w ithin 15 days, when a bill of sale will be given. GREEN \ WILLIAMS. Aucte. P. S. For further particulars please inquire of Mt-sars. George !c Thomas Parker and Green it Williams, Washington; Wm. Swain, No. 177 East Broadway. New York; or the Captain on board tha barge 1y 27 d |^Y J. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers TRUSTEE S PALE OF NINB BUILDING LOTS ON 1ST STBEKT WEST, AT THE CORNER OY tor Til DSTRKFT. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. August 30, at W o'clock, on the premises, by virtue of a deed of trnst, dated May 7th. 1857. and duly recorded in Liber J. A. S. No. 133, folios 22 et leq., we shall Bell all of Lot No C, in Square No. 633, fronting 14a feet on First street west, at the corner of south D street, and renning back fO feet, subdivided into 3 Lots 15x60, and one Lot 20x80. Terms cat-h. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. A cash'payment of J2" on each lot will be required at the time of sale. IIORATIO N. GILBERT. Trustee. Jy 27 d J. C. MoGUIRE & CO.. Aucts. ??Y J. C. McGUIRE & Co... Auctioneers. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, August 23,1S54, at 6 o'clock, we ?ha'l sell, at public Ba'e od the prem ises, the west half of Square No. 828, fronting on north M. Boundary, aid 6th streets east, contain ing about 21 S28 fquare feet, in lots to snit pur chasers. Ihis property is located near Kendall Green. Terms of sale: One-fourth cash; the balance in 6, 12 and IS months Deed given and deed of trust taken to secure the deferred payments. All the writings and Government Btamps at the cost of :he purchasers. JOHN E. KENDALL. T. M. HANSON, SAMUEL NOBVtENT. Committee of National Buildiner A'sociation. J.C. McGUIRE Sc CO . au 3-eoAds I Rep. J Auctioneers. ANUEJt FOR 8 A L E . |?Y GREEN & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. DESIRABLE IMPROVED"PROPERTY AT AUC TION. On FRIDAY AFTERNOON. August 12. at 6 o clock, in front ot the premises, we will sell that desirable brick house and lot, situated on 7th street west, between I and K streets north, being the south part of lot 12, in 8quare 427. The lot is* feet front by 70 feet deep, improved by a three story brick Btore and dwelling. The Btore is by 6<i fefct, fitted up in modern style, aud has been occupied for several years pastas a dry goods store. The dwelling part contains 7 rooms, pleasant and well arranged. There is ?1bo a good, dry cellar under the store, making, altogether, one of the nost desirable investments in the northern part of the city. The house is Nc. 3 71, on the west side of the street. Title perfect. Terms cash. Conveyancing at cost of purchaser. au 5-d GBEEN & WILLIAMS. Auct*. M HKAPQrARTEK? DEPOT OF WASHINGTON, Ojfficf of Chief (fuartermastei, A'os. 534, 53t>, 533. 54'>, Fourteenth ftrttt. near New York nvenat, Washington, July 27, 1864. Will be sold at public auction on THURSDAY the 4th day of August next, at 11 o'clock a.m., *t this oftiee, about two thousand wagon loads of Manure, accumulated from the public stables on Fourteenth street, in this city, near the Long Bridge Said manure is near enough to the river to be conveniently loaded into vessels. Will be fold at the same place and hour the pres ent and future accumulations of manure at Ren dezvous of Distribution, about midway between this city aud Alexandria. Purchasers will be required to remove the ma nure now accumulated without delay, and to re move future accumulations once a week. ELIAS M. GREENE, Lieutenant Colonel, Chief-Quartermaster, jy27-6t Depot of Washington. f?,~ THE AliOYl SALE IS POSTPONE*) UN TIL TUESDAY MORNING NEXT, August 9th, (Hme hour and place. By order of LIEUT. OOL. ELIAS M. GREENE, au 3 3t Chief Q. M., Depot of Washington. RUCTION SALE OF CONDEMNED HORSES. Wa? Department, Cavamv Brrsat, i Office of Chihf 0cartekmastk?,J , Washihgton, D C., July 27. 1864. \ will be sold at public auction, to the highest bidder, at Giesboro, D. G., on FRIDAY, August 5.1.3<>4.10> Cavalrv Horses. TUESDAY, August 9, 1854, 1"" Cavalry Horses. These horses have been condemned as unfit for the cavalry service of the army. For road and farming purposes many good bar gains may be had. Horses sold sin sly. Terms cash, in United % Jy 2S-llt Lieut. Col. and Chief Quartermaster, Cavalry Bureau. RUCTION BALE Of CONDEMNED H0R8ES. WAR DHPA?TMKNrCAT*"? Bo?AO, J Ctfirt of Ch tef Quarurmatur, I Washington, D. 0., July 4, 1864.\ Will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION, to the hi?fc. est bidder, at the times and places named below, ?is: Lebanon, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, July 14tE. 2864, Reading. Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, July Mat, 1364. Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY. July JBth.1864. Altoona, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Anguit 4 th, 1864. t ? tfiUiamsport, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Am #n?{ lo64. "two HUNDRED (300) OAYALRY H0R8M it -ft ese horses han been condemned aa nnfit for the Oaralrr service of the Army. For road and farm nurpoaea many tool bar gal mar be had. Horaea sold aingly. Terms: Caak in United Jy ?-td Oo1* ?"* 0ki#f "enrwe PERKINS. BTERNE A Oai 180 IriUtnri ?? r" EXJCLU8IY1 DRALRR? IW OALIPORNIA WIN?. Wo mrntN tfco" ?n ?o I *19mXk wr^it iMm ?*,w"

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