Newspaper of Evening Star, August 19, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 19, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. AMT8KMKNT8 TO NIGHT CAWTWtBfaT ? Tbe performance at this popular resort are always rich. rare ana racy. The manager always has a large for??**??' singers, graceful dancers and witty Ethiopians and comedians, and he is therefor* able to pre sent a bill calculated to please all who may attend. Varieties. Fitzsimmons unites the drama with bis concert hall entertainment, &nd to* nicht again his company will perform the "Six Tjrtrccp ot Crime." This will be preceded and followed by songs, dances and amusing Ethio pian act*, Christy Minptrels at Ford's to-night again. Mr. J. W. Kayuor. one of the most popular of the troupe will take a benefit, and for this occasion only Mr. J. J. Peck has vol unteered. To-morrow afternoon there will be a matinee, and in the evening the last oppor tunity of seeing this troupe will be afforded. Fred I)orr.LA88' LECTrRE.?This colored orator had quite an ovation last night at the 15th street Presbyterian Church, which was literally crowded by colored and white. He was introduced by Her. Henry H. Oarnett (colored) in a few remarks. Mr. Doulass has a good voice, distinct articulation, and is not a bad off hand speaker. He nsed no notes, and announced that he bad not come prepared, witti a lecture, bat wonld make a few practical sug gestions as to the position of the white man and the colored man in this country. The relation existing between the colored race and the white was now, as it long had been, and long would be, tbe great problem to be solved by this people. Ii whs the great ques tion before tne war, had been the great ques tion during the war, and he som? times feared It would be the great question after the war, for he had yet to see the policy sufficiently com prehPu^ive to enforce its riddance?that is, to expel it lrom the public arena, th? platform, and the press. It would never be removed lrom discussion, never be pat at rest, until jus tice, entire and absolute, should be established throughout the land. The speaker noticed tne many times slavery had (as was said) received its death blow. First, when the Declaration of Independence was promulgated. Next, when colored sol diers fought in the war of the Revolution; and alterwards, when they fought in 1812, and wbet Qen. .lackson, in an address, called the colored soldiers 'ellow-citizenB. Bat slavery had survived all these "death blows,"and now again the colored man had on the "Federal blue," and it was said this was the death blow of slavery. But slavery would not be killed out until equal and exact justice was meted out to the colored man. The speaker spoke of Gen. Banks' mode cf conducting af fairs with regard to the negro In LioatBiana, and argued that it still kept them in a condi tion of slavery. He d'd not ask that kind of justice whic some said they claimed, viz: so cial equality with the whites. The negro did not desire that; they only asked to be let alone and work out their own destiny. He claimed that the colored people would be the b?st ele ment for the preservation of the Union in the South after the rebellion was crushed. In conclusion, be referred to his own politi cal petition, and said: "It will be time enough to declare for whom I will vote when all the candidates shall be in the field. But ene thing is certain, I shall do nothing for compromise ?r peace men. The election ef a Copperhead would place the black man in a worse position than before the war: would insure a deathly silence upon the subject of anti-slavery for twenty years, and render mob violence the certain portion of all who would speak for the black man. I wonld 'rather the ills we have than fly to those we know not of.'" The '-UsTEHRir i*D" Pkoposeto Ratify.? The committee of thirteen appointed at the last meetine of the "National Democratic Associa tion." to make arrangements for a ratification meeting, to be beld in this city on the 17th of September e ext. held a meeting last night at the rooms of the association. Mr. Florence (chairman) proposed to make the affair a grand one, aud suggested that It he continued lor tour days, beginning Friday, 16th, at eight, with a display of fireworks, on the Mall south of the Presidential Mansion and ending on tl.e night of the following Mon day. with a gran 3 torch-light procession. This was objected to as not practicable?In volving too much time aud expenditure, which might be employed more profitably otherwise. After considerable discussion the following propositions from Dr. Clayton was agreed upon ?That the meeting be confined to the day proposed, and that the exercises consist of pub lic speaking at the Capitol grounds from eleven to three o'clock, and speaking at night from the portico of the t'ity Hall. The following tJommittees were appointed : On Fir ance?Messrs. Smith, Adams, Clayton, Brereton, and Dakener. On CorrespoBdence?Messrs. Florence, Clay ton, and Flynn. On Transparencies and Decorations?Messrs. Davi?, Minnix, Gait, Adams, and Lyon. Adjourned to meet at the call of the chairman. Alexandria Affairs.?About 6^ o'clock last evening, a man named Pearse, employed in the paint shop of the Manassas railroad de pot, was accosted, on the corner of Wolfe and "Water streets, by a woman named Simpson, ?who proceeded to draw a six-barrelled re volver, with the evident intention of shooting Pearse. He. however, rushed up to her, and seized her arms, thereby preventing her from accomplishing any mischief, and the revolver was wre-ted from her by parties interfering. Subsequently the enraged woman assaulted Pea se with his dinner bucket, making the small crockery fiy about his ears in an alarm ing close proximity, accompanying her actions wi'h some very severe threats and ungenteel imprecations. We understand that the affair grew out of an alleged improper intimacy on the part of Mr. Pearse with Mrs. Simpson's daughter. The case came up before the Mayor this afternoon for trial. We understand that a person was descried from the deck of the mortar schooner on Tues day night, making his way past the vessel toward this shore, in a small boat; that he was commanded to halt, and refusing, he was fired upon several times by the sentinel. Not heed ing tbe firing, he made his way to the shore ?without harm, and escaped.?Alex. Journal, August 18. _ Fink Entertainment in Prospect.?Com. Foote, his sister MUs Eliza Nestel, and Col. Small, three of the smallest people in the world, will commence a series of entertainments at Odd Fellows' Hall, on Monday evening next. These little people have been here before, and have delighted tbuusands by their original en tertainment. Com. Foots is a grand comedian, actor and dancer, as indeed are tbe ott^r two little people, and all who have seen them know that they are refined and intelligent. With these little people, (and who will appear in the entertainments.) axe Miss M. C. Elllnger, the justly celebrated kidy pianist, and our old fnentls, the Continental Vocalists, Franklin and Smith, end Prof O. H. Brooks, the blind Pian ist and Violinist. The first two entertain meats will be for the benefit of charitable Institutions. That of Monday evening for St. Joseph's Or phan Asyloin. and tbatof Tuesday evening for St. Ann's Infant Asylum Imposition.?Some of the female pedlars, whose stock in trade is usually carried about in a basket, from whence it is sold to soldiers at the wharves and about tbe streets, do not seem to be satisfied with reasonable profits on their goods, but in some instances they extort a profit of from two to three hundred per cent. A few mornings since, when a boat con taining a regiment arrived at the Sixth street ^rharf, it was beset by a small army of the fe male pedlars, each armed with baskets of bread and trnlt, the former being disposed of lor thirty cents per loaf, when it Is retailed at eight cent.% and the peaches at the rate of thr?e and four for fen cents, when they were retail ing in market at ten to fifteen cents per quar ter-peck. The National Intelligences ? By the announcement of Mr. Johu T. Halleck else where, it will be see* that he has taken the out door business agency for the Intrlligencer, and is prepared to accommodate such of ourciti zens as may wish to subscribe for that paper by tbe week, month or year. This fact indi cates that the inteUiftnctr, while holding to such features of editorial management of tbe paper as could not be bettered. Is disposed in its oueiness management toadoptsuch changes ??9m will bring it up to the standard of the times. We heartily wish it success and a renewed lease of vigorous life; and we can commend ?fts business agent. Mr. Halleck, as a courteous gentleman and efficient business man. SsooaD Ward Station Cases?Richard Daley, drank and disorderly; dismissed. Jas. Peden, disorderly; do. M. A. Lucas, do.; do. Wm. Ashman, do.; ?*. Jos. Travers, assault; *5. Kats Hurhege, disorderly: ?3. Joe. Bal. lenger. larceny; jail for court. George Oox, ?usptcious character; sent to Superlatendent Webb John Cochran, drunk; dismissed. J. Coatee, B Donalison, Tom Boston, sleepiagm street; workhouse. Richard Dally, deserter, military. Maaaian.?Mr Fre* w. Royce, on? of the good-looking operators of the American Tel egraph Company, yesterday was united in the bonds of matrisaouy to Miss Lanra Davis daughter of the lat*? Jos. W. Davis, at the resi dence or her moUw, by Rev. Dr. Nadal, of WsilsyChapel. The couple, after receiving tbe congratulations of their friends, proceeded on a tour North, where they will spend their honeymoon. ^ WAWOTTM Ta aaMomrm.?At Frank lin * ?'-o.'a, opticians, No. Pennsylvania a venae, th? the, monster stood to-day at 1 o'clock. r7 in the shade. S**T TO STTTBBIHTBKDBHT WlBR,?TjMt nipht, officer Simmls was notified by a citizen that a soldier who was walking along the street had a large amount of money on bis person, and that a young fellow was following him, apparently with an ?y? to the cask. Officer bimonds watched the yonng fellow, and think ing his movements suspicious, arrested him. He proved to be George Uox, a yonng man wko is only recently out of the Central (luardhyuse, where he was confined on a charge of aiding soldiers to desert. Justice Clayton dismissed the case, as a care oI disorderly conduct, and Ser geant Tait then took the prisoner in charge as a suspicions character, and turned him over to the Superintendent of Police. LaBC'ENT OF L?BAD FROM THI TREASURY".? Yesterday, Joseph Ballenger was arrested by officer Parker for the larceny ol lead from the Treasury building. Ballenger has been em ployed at the Treasury for nine years past as a laborer. Yesterday a basket was noticed sit ting in the building, and beside It a brace stolen from one of the workmen, and long strips of sheet lead in the basket. It was watched to see who would take it. Ballenger took it and was going awnv. He was called back and exam ined, and several strips of lead fonnd in the basket and 011 his person. He was taken be fore Justice Clayton who held him to bail for court. Tub First District.?'The First District Fegiment, Lieut. Col. Boyd, now stationed in Alexandria, has been picking up considerably la'ely, about 150 recruits have joined it, filling up the four companies, to which the regiment was cut down over a year since, and forming nucleus for one or two other companies. There are bnt few men now belonging to it put who have re enlisted, and there is bnt little doubt that the elForts now being made by the officers and men will be crowned with"success, and soon we ma; have the pleasure of stating that the regiment is full. Farrbll.?"We have received from Mr. Juo Farrell, of produce commission renown, some specimens of the superb peaches he has (among other fine fruits) on sale. They fairly "melt in the mouth." Those in quest of produce of any kind, hay, grain, vegetables, fruits, butter, lard, flour, groceries, &c., Ac., or first-class building materials, Ac., Ac., at wholesale prices, shonld pay a visit to Farreil's great produce emporium, on Louisiana avenue, be tween 9th and 10th streets. Fourth "Ward Statiow Casks.?John Adnm, disorderly: workhouse. Ellen Nash, assault and battery: jail for court, Samuel Greaves, disloyalty: military. John Halchus, selling liquor to soldiers: $?><?. John Cockran, disorderly; military. John J. Keefer, creating a nnisance; for hearing. Martha Bland, vio lating city ordinance: dismissed, ffm. O'Hara, disorderly, military. J. F. Q.uinn, forgery; for trial. Henrietta Banks, drunk and disorderly; *2.5S. "?> Disloyalty.?Wednesday night, two men took a position in front of the American House, on ?ih street, and began to abuse the President, Cabinet, Administration in general, and the Unionists particularly. Mixing his abuse with protane oaths, officer Burch, ef the Fourth Ward, arrested one of the two. an old man named S. Graves, and took him to the Central Guardhouse, where ho stated that he came from New York. Graves took the oath of allegiance. Another Robbery at Central Hotel.? Last night, a gentleman named Chick, was robbed of ?fi.> and a silver watch at the Central Hotel. His room was entered while he was asleep, and the watch and money were taken from under bis pillow. He has no reason to suspect any particular person. Thb Water Boarp of the city of Washing ton held their first meeting last evening at the Mayor's office, and inaugurated measures for a prompt, faithful and energetic discharge of their duties. BPEOIALNOTIOES. Armed to the Teeth is a very common expres sion, but we think armed to embellish and pre serve tbem to a ripe old age is decidedly more b?n efi-ial and appropriate?this can only be done by the fragrant Sozodont,for cleansing- beautifying and preserving the tfeth, sweetening and purify ing tbe breath, it has no equal. Sold by druggists. au 10 .'it Braiy's Gymhabifm. The undersigned respectfully begs to announce to his friends and the public that he will open the most complete Gymnasium in the country, in the new building Nos. 92, 94 and 96 Louisiana ave nue, adjoining the Central Guardhouse, about the middle of October. Notice of whereabouts of subscription lists, &c., will be given in a few days. Annbr 8. Bbadv, It* Proprietor and Instructor. MARRIED, On tbe 18th inst by Re*. Mr. Nadal. FRKD. W ROYCE to LAURA V. DAVTS, both of this city. * Baltimore Sun please copy. DIED, POn the 18th inst., JAMES EDWIN. infant son of Andrei and A. K. Ragan. aged 15 months. The funeral will tskeplaca this afternoon, the 19th inst , at 3 o'clock, from the residence of his father. No. 105 D street south. * On tbe 19th instant, WILLIAM TV, snn of the late James and Sarah Crampton, in the 331 vear of his age. after a long and painful illness, which he bore with chiistian fortitude. Death has been here, and borne away. A brother from our side. Just in the morning of his day, As yr ung as we be died. Not long ago he filled his place, Aiid sat with us to >earii; Bnt he has run his mortal race, And never can return. The frinn^s of tbe family are invited to attend bis funeral from his brother's residence, O street, between 4'a and 6th street, Island, No. 2(>:i at 3 o'clock Sunday. an .9-2t* CHOICE STOCK 4*6 INTERIOR ADORNMENT8. 486 496 PAPEP HANGINGS. 496 A select and varied * ock of Gilt, Medium and low priced Paperhangings, Borders,Statues, Cen ter Pieces. St c. WINDOW SHADES. Buff, Green, Chocolate, Brown ?nd Gilt Window Bbades. a variety of patterns; Shade Fixtures, Tassels, Ac. PICTURE CORD AND TASSELS. Bilk snd Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, 4if 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 smail-sised Oval and Carte de Visite frames. ENGRAVINGS AND PAINTINGS. A few choice Engravings and Paintings always in store. Orders for Paperhanging and Window Shades punctually attended to in city or ooanty. Terms cash fer goods or labor. J. MARKRITER, No. 496 Seventh street, Jy 7-tSl* Eight Doors aboye Odd fellows' Hall. p & O P O S A ITS FOR FLOUR. Off ice Depot CmnnssART op Subsistence \ Washington, August 15.18*54. I Ssalsd Proposals are invited until August 25th, at 12 o'clock m., for furnishing the Sub sistence Department with TWO THOUSAND(2,000) BARRELS OF FLOUR. The proposals will be for what is known at this Depot as Nos. 1.2 and 3, and bids will be entertained for any quantity less than tbe whole. Bids n:ust be in duplicate, and for each grade on separate sheetrof paper. The delivery of tha Flour to commence within five days from the opening of the bids, and in such Quantities, daily, as the Government may direct; eliveredat the Government warehouse in George town, at tbe wharves or rallsoad depot in Wash ington, D. C. The delivery of all Flour awarded to be com pleted within twenty days from the opening of the Payment will be made in certificates of indebt edness, or such other funds as the Government may have for disbursement. The usuhl Government inspection will be made just before the Flonr is received, and nun* will be iccepted which is not fresh ground, and made from wheat ground in the vicinity where manu factured, unless of a very superior quality. The Flour to be delivered in new oak barrels, bead lined. A n oath of allegiance must accompany the bid of each bidder wbo has not the oath on file in this office, and no bid will be entertained from parties who nave previously failed to cmply with their bids, or from bidders not present to respond. Government reserves the right to reject any Md foranysause. Bids to be addressed to the undersigned, at Ife. 993 ft street, endorsed " Proposals for Flour." S.O. GREENE, au ir-St Captain and 0. 8. v. TO THOSE IN WANT OF A GOOD COOKING ?STOVB?Call at "nr store and examine the ARBITER. B.H.A H.I.GHKGORY, 391 Penna. avenue. Call and see the and BELL. We wl I.B.tl I GREGORY, 391 Penna avenue. he portable EANGJRvMORITpR ? will warrant them to bake well. ' U tfl GREGORY. 391 Penna avenue. jra? apbiter co^gyf au 13-1 w - t - ' ' ^ | TH? IN THI Tbt und> tsUno4, i*?i?? contracted for all the. Manure' at weskbrff Point, T> O , are now pr?. IMsrtC to put on beard vgwralg free of expense to Captains at low tat^s. VESSELS WAMT1D. Address No 3*0 * stre-t,'Washington, or to UlKfUM?& POINT MANURE WHARF. 10 an U^?f 40HN PKTTIBOiiB * 00; WANTS. A YOUNG LADY WISHB0 A 8ITDAYION I1J ? dry Roods or fancy atorp. Inquire at No. 41 7th street, between 8 and T "ts. an 19-2t ANTED?A tood COOK in a small family. Apply at HARRISON'3 Union Gift Store, Pennsylvania avenue, under Washington House, near 3d street. *? 19 3t* span of on Gift , Penn an 19-St* WANTED?By a young married couple, with in* to board tbemselve* two BOOMS, lo cated not ftr from the Trensury; one neatly-fur nished, and suitable for sitting and sleeping roim, and the other small. snd suitable for pantry, Ac. Address "0. Z."8tar Office. an 19 3t* fpCRNISHED ROOM WANTED?A young Gen tleman and Lady wishes to rent a nice FURf KI611EI) ROOM.with BOARD, in the vicinity o Pennsylvania avenue and K afreet. and 1 th and 17th streets. Please addrfss, statin* price, etc., for 2 da> a. JACOB M AURER, care of Mr. RLPLB, No. 3b9 19th street, west. It* WANTED?One CAN VAS3ER. 492 7thst Roem No. b. Paid by the week if preierred. an 18 3t* ? WANTED?To purchase or hire, a GOAT that is giving a good quantityof milk. ?ADllJ'r " No. 30f F street, between 11th and 12'.h, to S. K. DAY. ??* ???>* ANTED-A WOMAN to wash and iron and to do general housework in a small family. in quire No. 358 O street, between 4*5 and 6tn street, next to bath bouse^ au 18-3t* ANTED TO RENT?By a small family, with out children, a moderate sized neatly fur nished H0C8E of eight or ten rooms, pleasantly located, in Washington. Address " Furnished House "8tar Office. an 16-1 w* w w w House,"8tar Office. ANTEL?To rent, a small HOUSE, or two Rooms ard kitchen,famished or unfurnished. Would board with a private family having no other boarder?. In reply state terms and location. Address, till 1ft of September, CAPTAIN. Star Office au 18 eo2t* QLD BOTTLES WAg^DB'0TTLE8 WANTED! The highest cash price will be paid for? Whole Champagne Bottles, Half do. do. Pint Porter do. Pint Ale do. I "?"""''fefiVnus. Union Bottling Depot, Georgetown, D C. N. B.?Any person having large quantities or .Old Bottles on hand, can have them taken away by notifying roe. [an lS-lm] R. A. 8HINN. ANTED ?Two white GIRLS, for general housework: such as were in a boarding house preferred. an 17 3t | ANTED?An active COLORED MAN?one ac customed to horses.- Apply to THOS. HA VE NNER^JUTJ^st. au 17 3t*_ rANTED-$3,000 or ?4,000 foroneortwo yearn. A liberal interest will be allowed, and first-class security given. Address W. A , Star Office. au 17 4t? ANTED?Furnished ROOM and BOARD for a gentleman and wife, with a private family. Address with terms, Box 1130, Pott Office, Wash ington, D. C. au 17-3t* C^OOK WANTED ?A white WOMAN, who un y derstands all kinds of cooking, American House, corner Penn. avenue and 7th street, au lMt* WANTED-By a young man, a SITUATION as salesman in some wholesale or retail store, lie has Had some three years' experience in the grocery business. Can furnish the best of city reference. Address "R. B. M?" Star Office. au 17-2t? . ANTED?A good Restaurant COOK. To a first class cook the beRt wages will be paid an-1 constantemployment given. None nee 1 apply unleBtt they understand the business Appl v at HAMMACK'S RESTAURANT, an 17-3t* corner 15th st. and Pa. av. WANTED?At the Government Hospital for the Insane, one BAKER, a LAUNDRYMAN and his wife, without children, and two women COOKS. There were found in one of the corn-fields of the Institution this morning two MILCII COWS Oue is a red buffalo cow with a slit in each car. The other is a roan and white-horned cow, with a slit in the left ear only. The owner er owners will please prove property, pay charge9 and keeping, and take them away. au 17-lw WANTED-By MORGAN A RHINEUART. at G street Wharf, 5.000 Toes GREEN HOS PITAL AND-CAMP BONES, for which tin high est market price will be paid. an 13-eolm ANTED?All young gentlemen desirous of learning WRITING and BOOK KEEPING thoroughly in three months, to call at the CO LUMBIA COMMERCIAL ACADEMY, cornpr of 7th and E streets. Instructions given at all hours. Sixty lessons at 10 cents per lesson. am3 9t* ANTED?All who may have any work to do in the Writiag Department, such as the writ ing and reading of letters, copying, translating, keeping accounts, short hand writing. Ac.,4c? to call at the Columbia Commercial Academy, at any hour that may be convenient.. au 13 '*t* WANTED ? 50.000 LADIES to call at PRINCES STAMPING AND FLUTING DEPOT, 381 E street, opposite Patent Office an<i get their Biabpikg and PINKING DONE. We are the only persons in town who make the buainessan exclusive one. Constantly receiving and making up new patterns for Braid and 8ilk Embroidery. New and elegant patterns received weekly for Yokes, Bands, Pantaletts, Capes, Shawls, Elippera, Pin Cushions, to. au 12-tf ^RTILLERY HORSES WANTED AT ONCE. Chikf Quartermaster's Orricw, Washisotos Depot, WafhingtOK, July 29,1864 HORSES suitable for artillery service will be purchased at this depot, by the undersigned, in open market, from date until September 1, lstVj, in lota of six to fifty, at one hundred and eighty dol lsrs(J18") p<-r animal; each animal to be subjected to the usual 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^ q rucrer Brigadier General, Chief Quartermaster, Jy29-?H1 Depot of Washington. n/ ANTE D?SECOND HAND FURNITURE, TT, Also. MIRROR8, CARPET8, BEDS. BED DING, anA HOU8EFURN18HINGGOOD8 of every description. R. BUCHLY, 488 7th street, le 8-tf between G and H.eaat side. PIO NICS, EXCCJRSIONS, ftc. Grand pic nic or Metropolis Lodge, No. 1G, 1.0.0. F., At BXCKERT 8 GARDEN, (near the Navy Yard,) On MONDAY, August 88, le>64. The Committee would respectfully inform the membersof tbeOrder and their friends that, having made every arrangement for their Pic Nie, it will ibe held as< above stated?commencing at 2o'clock in the afternoon. Good music has been engaged, as well as an experienced caterer to furnish the refreshment-i and supper,?indeed, everything has been done to make our first effort compare favorably with the Pic Nics heretofore given by any Lodge of our fraternity. A seas jn of unalloyed pleasure may be expected, as the best of order will be maintained and no improper persons admitted to the Gardens. Tickets, Fifty Cents; admitting a gentleman and ladies. ? ? Exitulive Committee. Israel Deraing, Jno H Bradley, Jno. Falconer, D.D.Clark.- L. M. Graves, J. Oarrington. Wm.A. Yates, Geo. H King, Floor Manners. T. H. Robinson, J. V. Grant, Ge? W. Calvert, L F. Clements, Lewis Kettler, A. H.G&wler, Wm. B. Scott, II. Clay Stevens, F. A. Stier. W.P.Brown, C. T. Huntress, Ell Garrett. J. Vftux, I. Eichengreen, au 19-St BOABDING. tf^ENTI.HMEN CAN OBTAIN 8PLEN DID BOARD and LODGING at SOI 11th st., near Pa. av. au 19-lw* TO LET?A few R00M8, nicely furnished, with board for gentlemen or gentleman and wife, also excellent board for gentlemeuat No. ft 4?? st., betreen O and Louisiana av. au 16-2w* First class boarding house for gkn tleimn. Day boarders taken: also trancient boarders accommodated. Apply at ls>3 G street, bet. 19th and 2ith. auJ6 6t* A GENTLEMAN AND WIPE (WITHOUT children) can procure Board with furni-'hfd room in aprinate family, where there are ?o chil dren or other boarders. Reference required. Apply at 403,9th atreet, between H and I streets. au 15-lw ? , , , , . - ? 369 SEVENTH STREET. 369 0ARPET8, OIL CLOTHS, FURNITURE, HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS, CUTLERY, PLATED CABT0R8, SPOONS,&C. Fifty piece* Ingrain, Rag and Hemp Oar pete, which we are offering at much less than present prices, some as l.>w aa 55 cents per yard. In Fnrnitore and Housefurnishing Goods we can defy competition. Onr stock of Cutlery and Elated Ware w? are of fering at extraordinary bargains. Persons in want of Hoas?furnishing Goods will find it decidedly to their interest to give us a call as all of our stock waa purchased previous to the last advances, which enables us to offer greater in ducements_than any house in this city. A discount of ten per cent, allowed on all bills ?f *60 and upwards. HENRY BONTZ, 8ucce?or to Boat* 4; Griffith, au U-lOt 369 7th street, near I. TIRNT8 1 TINTS II TESTE!M fUTLER'8 TEl?TS.iFLfKB AND CoVebJ?# of all ?f*es and descriptions, on hand and made to order by son., an8-tw* 638-jlth ?t., new Riley? Wharf Mooad band SADDLES and BRIDLES ' R B. 8. JOHN8TON, No. 37 3 Penn aveonti,betw*M annth *t.. ovaaaite Natioael KoUI r pOBBUSE STBAWSl . ? inantity of COEELJiB STRAWS for aale, Apply to ie Importers. H - ?nauMStts.. ?? ? -!i FOB BBPT AND SALEL t?l _ ?W 1?ZW It" 10, Star Office. IT OK BALK?DRUG 8T0EB, BBICK HOUSE M? r tfcree BUILDING LOTS. Inquire atNo.45#, Mass. avenue, near 6th st. a?l8-lm I?OR BINT?OFFICE AND CHAMBER ROOMS. r (furnished,) No 460, corner * and 15th at*., opposite Treasury Building. w FORKS NT-One neatlyfurniahed PARLOR and bEDROOM on firs* floor, for rent. No. **? 11th ?t., bet. G and n. D AIRY FOR SALE?Twentv-five Cow*, Milk Wtfon Horse. Harness, Cans, acc., fit?* ?88} route in the city, l^rice f 1,S00. Address City Post Office Box 291. *" " 3t - FOR BENT?A new three story KRAMB HOUSE, t-u I street, between 23d and 24th, completely finished, having eight large looms, with ?*?nr convenience; a wide, long,J_?* J AS. FLANAGAN, cor. 10th and C sti. aul?3t FK>R SALE?The LEASE and GOOD WILLofthe Bakery at SSL D street north, twe door* from the corner of 13th street, together with horse and wagon, Ac. The business is excellent, and the stand will prove equally valuable for any other business. The lease has over twoJr,*J}Vi4^ ?"tVt an 13 gt* F. NEURATH._ FOirRENT?Three FURNISHED ROOMS.atNo. 424 K street, betweeen 8th and 9th. Also.a BRICK HOUSE for rent, containing six rooms. an 17-St* A PER80N DECLINING HOUSEKEEPING ft. wishes to sell his entire FURNITURE, at private sal*. Apply No. 164 F st., between 18th and 19th sts. au 17 4t T^O LARGE COMMUNICATING RO0^13^? be bad by immediate application at No.^T4 B street, corner of 3d. Also, small CHAMHIm and front BASEMEN T ROOM, suitable for an of fice. *n 17-3t F'OirRENT-ROOMS fitted up for Offices, with good light and well rentuated, ^in the new building Just erected on Pa. avenue^No.'234, one door from corner 13th street. Enquire at STina METZ'S NEW HAT STORE, in same building, au 17-lw per month. A full house of boarders now in tie premises. Apply at once to MITCHELL A SON, Real Estate Brokers, southeast corner Pa. ar. and 1 N*. *B. Location unexceptionable. Good large yard and stable ? au 17 3t OR-RENT?(To Gentlemen,) two PARL0R8, or a Chamber and Parlor connected, on the first floor, elevated five feet above the sidewalk in a healthy, pleasant, and central location, a few yards east of Riggs'Bank and the State Depart ment 2d dnor from 15th street. No. 460 New York avenue. Also, a first class DWELLING, contain ing ttn rooms, kitchen, attic, and a large cellar, in the same location, and possession had on the 1st of October next. au "?? OR SALE?The FURXITUBEand GOODWILL of a House containing 1? rooms. Inquire on P street, two doom from 4Y% street near Ar?flIJal Gate/ auJu_lwL_ ?7OR SALE CHEAP FOR CASII-A two-story f BRICK HOUSE, on 1st street 3d house above L. Bam, Gasand Water. Call immediately. Wa gon also. au 16-4t? FOR SALE?a three story and attic BRICK HOUSE and out-buildings, on North Capitol street, between B and C,No. 394, nearly opposite the Washington Railway, ntar the Depot House, containing *) rooms; a vacant lot adjoining; rront of 55 by HO For further particulars inquire or WALL, 8TBPHEN3 & CO., No. 322 Pennsylva nia a v. *alg FOR SALE?On accommodating terms? BRICK HOUSE, in one of the best locations in the city, containing ten rooms, and basement for coal, Ac :gasthoughout the house, pump of excellent water in the yard. For farther particulars, ad dress Lock Box 55. Washington. D C. an lr>-6t E OFFER FOR SALE, at a great bar*ain. a small FARM, containing about 65 acres, well improved with new dwelling and all necessary out houses. This property lies about 4 miles from Center Market, on the Benning's Bridge road across Eastern Braneh. isina hit'h and healthy situation, with an abundance ef wood, lerms made known ob application to .... . SWEENY & CO . Real Estate Bro*'"-. au 15-ton Corner 7th and U streets. OR RENT?That desirable HOUSE, containing 'XI rooms, situate on 8th street and Center Market Space, Pa. av., tenanted by the Messrs.. Joy. Apply to No. 37 Ljuisianaav. anl 6th st. au 13-1*^ FOR SALE?The throe story BRICK HOUSE and LOT, No. 561 '.th street, (Island.) be tween D and E streets. The house contains nine rooms, and has convenie.nt out-buildings, Ac, Apply to W. D. WALL AC H, at the 8tar Office. au 11-tf ^08LING HOUSE FOR SALE. The Proprietor of this popular and well-known Hotel and Restaurant intends to retire from busi ness, aLd offers his well-known hmise f.-r fale Afiy one wishing to engage in a LUCRATIVE BUSINESS can call on the Proprietor, 247 Penn sylvania avenue, between 12th and 13th sts. aH 8 gw* j LAND FOR SALE?Apply at the first house from the Eastern Branch Bridge. an 6-lni* FOR 8ALE?A most excellent FRAME DWEL LING,(or Boarding House.) new and in perfect condition, house 24 by 40, lot 30 by 1<>0 feet, fifteen roams and two good cellars. Immediate possession. Situated on the north side of L street, between 22d and 23<1 streets. First Ward. Price i A pply on the premises or to MITCHLLL A SON, Heal Estate Brokers, southeast corner Pennsylva nia avenue and 15th street. aug 3-14t URNItfHKD ROOMS FOR RENT, at 450 12th street, east side, between G and U sts. The situation is one of the most desirable in Wash ington. au2-lm FOR RENT?One of the STORE-ROOMS luder Medical College on F street,near J2th. Inauire of Dr. J. E. MORGAN, au2-tf Corner Md. av.. and 11th st.. Island. OR SALE.?The subscriber wishes to sail a FARM, containing about 250 acress, more or less, distant about four miles 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 putable. Address i. D., Box 384, Washington, f>.0. au 1-lin* ALUABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE8ALE IN THE FIRST WARD.?The 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 by a substantial two-story Brick House and back build ing, with good stabling. The above Property will be sold low for cash. Enquire of T. DRURY, Wood A Coal dealer, near the War Department, or on the premises. jy 3 >-lm* tjHOW CASES FOR BALE.?Just received eight 0 elegant COUNTER 8HOW CASES by the best makers in New York. Apply to P. J. BELLEW A Co., 510 7th street, three doors south of Odd Fel lows' Hall. Jy23_tf_ ri^O RENT?An elegant HOUSE, with brown 1 stone front, partially furnished, with all mod ern improvements, centrally and pleasantly lo cated, No. 444 E street, near the residence of Sec retary Chase, together with large brick stable. The premises not to be rented for a boarding bouse. For particulars inquire of Hon. D. E. 80MF.8 on the premises, or Capt. GEORGE ELY, No. 27 4& street. Possession given immediately. 1e f?-tf EDUCATIONAL. MIPS MAG RUDE B will open, on the Lit of Sep tember, a DAY SOUOOii FOR ^OUNG LA DIES. No. 107 West street, between Congress and Washington streets, Georgetown, D. C. Resi dence 111 West street. au 19-2w* /^UMBERLAMD VALLEY INSTITUTE *0 YOUNG GENTLEMEN. Mrchaniosbuko. Pa., REV. O. EGE A S0N3. Terms *200 per scholastic year. Duties resumed Sept. 1st. Circulars at this office, au 19 2w* ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, FOR YOUNG LADIES, near Bryanton, Charley County, Md .under the direction of MRS. D. MAJOR and DAUGHTERS.. This institution will commence its next annual session on MONDAY, the 6th of September. Board and tuition in all the English branches, for the scholastic year, $20!'. . Vocal an l Instrumental Music. French, Draw ing. Ac., Ac., form extra charges. an 13 3t* (GEORGETOWN ACADEMY. * FOR YOUNG LADIES. No. 128 Bridge st.. between Congress and Highsts. The annual exercises of this Institution will com mence on MONDAtf, the 6th of September next. Circulars can be had at Mr. Orandell's Book store, Georgetown, or Mr. Joyce's Bookstore, l'enn. avenue, near 20th street, Washington. Rev. OLIVER COX. Principal. ?yCar ticket^ will be supplied by the Principal to pupils residing in Washington, at half price. an 2-eolm* IILITARY BOARDING SCHOOL?On Baltl L more Railroad, 16 miles from Philadelphia. Pupils have the benefits of a home; thorough course in Mathematics,Languages,English, Ac. Number limited. Terms moderate. Received at any time. Pine Library and Apparatus. Address Bev. J. HERVEY BABTON, A. M.; Village Green Seminary, Delaware county, Pa Jy 9-7w* M' WASH It lac BNGTON CITY - SAVINGS BANK cearoBAno Marob 8th, 1864. EDWARD SIMMS, President and Treasurer. XDWARD CLARK, Vios President ai?d Secretary. Dibbotors. WM. P. DOLE, TBO0. J. GARDNER, WgmtJwMm. This Bank is now ojienfor the receipt of deposits at the new P " enae, under k is now open ror the receipt or deposits Banking Hons*, No. 36 Louisiana av '""".'iwMsyon*, EDWARD CLARK A CO., BANK BBS, At the Savings Bank, NoT?8 Louisiana avenue Jy M-lm >WaRD CLARK, HN K. ELVANS COOLBI lMHHra? i". has dt AUCTION SALES. THM AFT1EHOOW AWP TO.MORROW BT W. L. WALL A 00., Anofconeers. ? ..JUBBER hobs at auction O? *ATCRDAY MORNING, August rth, we w,?7iv llJ (p?nt of our Auction Booms, eomnaenc in* at 10 o'clock? ? SS5?'?STk'"'"aS?? *? do. |>5 J}?* *2 d?iJP2 *wo-Tly How. rale positive. Term* cash a" 18 W. L. WALL A 00.. Aactr JJY JAS. 0. McGUIRE & 00., Auctioneer*. l.r>0 OA8B8 CLARET WINE AT AUCTION On SATURDAY MORNING. August ?> at ,1 o'clock, at the Auction Room*. w? *h?u sell? UO cum very superior Claret Wine. id 17 ?d J 0. McGUIRK A 00. Anets. Y WM. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers At (A? Hrrst Bazaat, 99 Louisiana at). SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES. II.ARN ESS, .V c. On SATURDAY MORNING, AagustZO,common pin* at ten o'clock, we will sell, at the Bazaar and Repository, No. 9> Louisiana aveuue, betweenJth and 10th streets^Coiaprising about? FIFTY HORSES, Including Scire valuable Harness and Saddle Korses. Full description At sale. AI.SO, A large assortment of desirable Family Carriage*, Germantown Rockawavs, Top and No-Top Buggies. Carriages suitable for Hacks, large Wh^ocr suitable for Sutler's Wagon*. Express Wasons, Carts, Ac. AI.SO, New and Pecond-Hand Double tod Single Harness, Saddles and Bridles, Ac. au 17 W. L. WALL A CO . Aucts. B B Y JAS. 0. McGUIRE A CO-, Auctioneers. HANDSOME AND NEARLY NK.W DOUBLE SEAT BUGGY WAGON On SATURDAY MORNING. August 2oth,at 11 o'clock, in Iront of the Auction rooms, we shall sell a HANDSOME.WELL BUILT AND NEARLY NEW DOUBLE SEAT BUGGY WAGON. Terms cash. aul5-d J. 0. McGUIRE A 00., Aueta. B Y JA8. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. BRICK RESTAURANT BUILDING AND LOT ON K STREET, BETWEEN 19TH AND UOTII STREETS. NEAR THE WEST MARKKT. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Au*. 24th, at GJt o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell part of Lot No. 16, in Square No.WJ. fronting 18 feet on north K street, between 19th aud2"th streets west, and running back 45 feet, improved by a two-story Brick House, 18x37, containing four rooms, and occnpied as a restaurant. Terms: Two-thirds of the purchase money in cash, the remainder in 6 and 12 months, with in terest, serured by a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyance* And stamps at the cost oi the pur chaser au 17-d JAMBS C. McGUIRE ACQ.. Aucts. gY J. e. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE oF VERY DESIRABLE SLAUGHTERHOUSE PROPERTY. By virtue of a deed of trust, dated December ISth, A D. 18(3, and duly recorded in Libm N. C. T., No. 22, folios 72 Ac., of the L*nd Records of Washington county, D. C., I will sail at public auction, in front of the premises, at six o'clock P. M., en WEDNESDAY, the31st day of August A. D.,1854, Lota Nob. 1, 2,3, and 4, in Square No. fE8, fronting on Georgia avenue, between Half and First streets west, in the city of Washington, to gether with all the improvements, conimting of Slaughter House. Ice House. Ac. Terms of sale: Ore-third in cash; <*nd the re mainder in equal payments in 6 and 12 months, with interest from day of sale, secured by deed of trust. Terms to bo complied within five days from day of sale otherwise the Trustee reserves the right to resell at the risk and cost of the first purchaser after one week's notice. Conveyancing, including stamps, at the purcha ser's expense. WW H WARD. Trustee. au 17 eeAds JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. CHANCERY SALE OF BUILDING LOTS OP POSITE THE OLD GLASS HOUSE On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, August:W, at sir o'clock,on the premises, we shall sell for account <>f tbe estate of the late Charles L. Coltman, Lots Kos. 10,11, and part of 18, in Square 88, subdivided into Fiuall building lots, fronting respectively en north C and Wat^r street, between 21st and 2*?d street* west, and immediately in front of the old Glass House. Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in fi, 9 and 12 months, with interest from the day of sale, for which uotss will be required with approved secu rity. On the ratification of the sale oy the Court, and pavment in full of the purchase money, the property will be conveyed to the purchasers. Ifthe terras of sale are not complied with in five days thereafter, the trustees may re-sell the pro perty ho in default, at the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser. The cost of conveyances and stamps to be pail b',h,P"""'"/AMES AB1M9. ? ; Ira,u? ROBERT COLTMAN. S xrune?s an 17 eoftds J. C. McGUIRE & CO.. Aucta. g^Y i, C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers, CHANCERY SALE 0? V ALr~ n%FaRT?R0VED AND UNIMPROVED KTI* Under and by virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in eeuity, passed July 5th, 1864, in a certain cause, wherein Sarah Ann Brown and ethers are com plainants, and Ambrose A. Brown and others are defendants. No. *21 equity, we shall sell on the premises, on MONDAY, the 29th day of August, commencing with the first named, at 6 o'clock p. m.: Lot No. 1, in Square No. 568, fronting30 feet en north E street, at the corner of Second street west, and running back ion feet to a 25 feot alley. Also, the north part of LotS3.in Jas C. McGuire'g subdivision of Square No. 624. fronting 15 feet 7 inches oh Tenth street west, between G and H sts. north, and running back 130 feet 4 inches to a ?n foot alley, and imprtAvd by a three-story Brick Dwelling House. Terms: One-half in cash; the r?nainder in nine and eighteen months, with interest from the day of sale, to be secured by the bonds or notes of the purchasers, with a surety or sureties, to be ap proved of by the trustees. Uj)on the fall payment cf Ihe purchase money and interest, the trustees will convey the proper ty. All conveyances and stamps at the cost of the purchaser. Ifthe terms of sale are not complied with in five days thereafter, the trustees reserve the right to resell, on one week's notice, at the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser. GEO. W. DUVALL. / NICHOLAS C. 8TEPHEN8. \ """tees stifi-eo&ds JA8. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A Co., Auctioneers. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, August 23,1864, at 6 o'clock, we shall sell, at public sale on the prem ises, the west half of Square No. 828, fronting on north M, Boundary, at a 5th streets east, contain ing about 24,828 square feet, in lots to suit 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. Ali the writings and Government stamps at the* coat of the ,?rc Wr..J0H N g KENDALL. T. M. HAN80N, SAMUEL NORMENT, Committee of National Building Association. J. C. McGUIRE A CO., au 3-eoAds [Rep.] Auctioneers. GEORGETOWN ADVERMTS Georgetown corporation stock. - Those persons who may be disposed to pur chase Georgetown Corporation Stock, which bean an interest of six per cent, per annum, payable quarterly, can obtain some by applying to WM. LAIRD, Clerk of said Corporation. Je 29-dtSI rpOWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. by the X Potomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac," "Got. Curtin" and "Belle Haven." Apply to the Oastains oa board, or to _ JOHN B. DAVIDSON, By 13- Water street. Georgetown. DENTISTRY. QBEAL DISCOVERY IM DENTISTRY" Tutk Extract* withtna P?iH with tht MukriU ?/ Oxygm. I would advise all persona having teeth to ex tract to call at Dr. LEWIE'S offioe,^?SP^ and have them taken out by this newS^^^K and harmless erocees. Also call and<{77^^W examine the Doctor % new and lm- 1 1 proved method of Inserting Artificial Teeth. If you once aee the great improvement in his teeth yon will have them in no other style than this new f2t .N?- b?twM lltb and 13th streets. novlB 8. R. LEWIE, if. P., Dentist. IE E TH < M. K?sa M. p., the Inventor and Patentee ofthe MINERAL PLAl'E TEETH, at tends personally at his office in thin city. Many persons oaa wear these1 teeth who cannot wear others, and no person can wear others who eaonot wear these. rersons calling at my office cte be acoommodated with any style and price of Teeth they may desire, | but to those who are particular and wish the purest, cleanest, strongest, and most perfeot denture that art can prodnoe, the MINERAL PLATE will be more fully wartanted. . Booms in this city?No 33 S Pennsylvania avenue between 9th and Wth streets. Also, 90 T Arch at,, Philadelphia. ? wart-ly RfAMlT COLLINS A CO.'S Ml PHILADELPHIA DRAUGHT ALE AND PORTEB. I am now receiving large quantities of DRAUGHT ALB and PORTER from All celebrated brewery, which I md prepared to famish on shert notice to. all persons who faror me with their order*. Orders given te ay drivers will be promptly at tended to. Goeds delivered in all part# Of Washington and Georgetown, free of charfe. RILEY A. SUIRN, Afmt, Page* Jewit** Depot, ST Green street ?. ?m Georgetown, D.^t : AUCTION 8ALBB. mmm dati. JJY JAS, 0. McGUIRB A 00., Auctioneers. HMUhAnHR! ?? On FRIDAY A FT BR NOON, Auraat ttth. at ?* o'clock, on the premises, we shall Mil si* Lot?, fronting rhch 17 feel W? inches on 16th street. h? tween L and M atreeta north, and rumlm baek 12i> feet to a 10 foot alley. Alan, six Lota fronting the Mme on aSP- foot alley in the rear, ani run nine bark 6? fVet to the lo-foot a!lev, being subdivisions of Lota IS and 14, in Benare No. 197, belonging to 8t. Vincent'a Orphan Any lu? , ? _ Subdivisions Noa. 6, ?, 7 and 8, in Seuare No. 197, fronting together 100 feet on 16th street, be tween north L and M street*, to be divided into eood sised building lota. Alao, Lots n. 11, n. XI and 34. in subdivision ef Square No IKS. fronting respectively on 16th at , between L and M atreeta. and M street, between lCth and 17th ate. west. Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in six and twelve months.wltb interest,secured by a deed of trout on the pre in iaea. , .ApijnHitoffo on each lot required at the time of aale. Coat of conveyancing and stamps to be paid by the pnrehaaer. a" 11 J J. O. MottPIRB A OO., Aueta. J. O. McGUIRB A CO., Auctioneer*. lRUSTBB'S HALE OF NIKS BUILDINrt LOTS ON 1ST STREET W B8T, AT TUB CORN KB Of fcOUTH D8TRKKT On TUK8DAY AFTERNOON, Au?m,t SO. at 6* o'clock, on the premises, by virtue of a deed of trust, dated May 7th. 1S57, and duly recorded ia Liber J. A. 8. No. 133. folios M et se? . we ahall seil all of Lot No fl, in Square No. 4M. fronting l?n fret i>n First street west. at the oorner of aouth D street, and ranning back f>0 feet, subdivided into f Lota 15*W, and one Lot 30*80. Term a cash. . . v. Conveyance? at the coat of the pnrchaaer. A cash payment of fan on each lot will be repaired at the time of^e. ^ R 0II<BBRT. Truatee. Jy 27 d J. O. MoOUlRB A CO., Aucts. B Y J. O. McGUIRB A 00., Auctioneers. TviN?rARhAK??B Land and HNJTAKI), NEAR TllE INSANE ASYLUM 1 On MONDAY AFTERNOON, September 1J atl o clock, on the the premisea. by virtue oi two deeds of trnat from Ohaa.J Chlman te tne.one .latM I>"-?^'ber3n. 1862 and recorded in LiSrJ A g i folios7o, Ac.,and the wtber dated January i i?'/ recorded in Liber J. A 8 N? 2?.i folios p Ac I shall aell all that certain'pieci B?dlP-'u'^1 ?? lan(1 lymeand situate in the county | of Washington, aforesaid, ana being part and parcel of the tract Of land known formerly fa* 'Woodstock, and latterly as ''The Koaciusko Place, the part or parcel herein conveyed or in tended =o to|he.being described a* follows. nam-lv Commencing on the north lino of the Good Hope Road at a white oak tree, being Station Wo. 36 of T. Jekyll's survey of the "Kosciusko Place," aad thence running along aaid north line of the Good Hope road seventy seven degrees and fifteen min utes east N. ,(77 deg. 15 uiln.E.) five perches an 1 sixty eight hundredths of a perch (} ?8 1 0) to a point marked A and & white marble monument, a? shown upon the plat accompanying the d*H<l hereinbefore mentioned, from Moses Kelly and Mary W. Kelly, hi, wife, to Charles J, Uhlmann. thence running along the first dividing line be tween this parcel of land and that of the sail Slopes Kelly, soath six degrees and thirty minute* ea>t (S 6 deg.3" min B.) seventy one perches <71 perches) to a small monument or white marble aet upon said line; thenre from said monument run ning south thirty minutes we?t <8. Odeg s min W ) seventy nine perches and forty-hnndredtha ?f a perch (79 4n l'o per. > to Station No 6 of T Jekyll'd survey of the " Kosciusko Place." thence from Faid Station No. 5 running aouth fifty nine dfjtreea and forty minutes east (3. 59 d'?g 4f min E.) to thecrossingof a small creek ei?tit??.n perches, (18 perches); thence from said crossing running south fifty-five degrees and forty tiya minuteaweat <8. ffi deg. 45 min. W' fifteen perches (15 perch*-a) t" the point of intersection with outsr argle of road; thence running along the north line of said road south eighty nine degrees and forty five minutes west. 8 89 deg. 45 min. W twen ty-two perches*22 perches) to an angle in th-aame; thence running alons; the north line of said road, south fifty four degrees west (8 54 deg. Wt seven teen and one-half perches, <17H perches) to an in ner angle of the same, t.'ienco running along the ea-tern line of said load parallel to and one and a half Torches from a small creek twenty nina Rerches(29 porches; to the middle ofOxeu Run, aence running along the middle and up the course of said Oven Run sitteen and one half perches. (IfiS porches) or thereabouts, to the cor ner point between thia parcel of land now being described and the land of W. V II Brown being three perchea in a right line from a large'poplar tree that stands on the property of said lJrown, one and one-fourth perches from the north bank of said -Oxen Run; then<v? from the above described corner point run ning along the dividing line between thia par eel of land and that of said W. V. II. Brown, north Vren?r?'-ur thirty minutea we?t<24 deg. 30 mm. W> thirty-five perchea to a larae locuflt tree on paid line, thence running in right line continuation from said locust tree and with the bearing aforesaid. (N 24 deg. 31 min. Witwen tj-four perches(2t perches) to the middle of creek ? thence running along and up the bed or middle o? said creek, (it being the dividing line between th Is parcel and the land of said Brown.) aiit-.ST* ^ perchea) or thereabouts, to a point in the bed 0?said creek opposite to and back three fourths of a perch from a marked locnat tree that standb on the north aide of the same; thence run mng from said point through the locust tree last above described north twenty five degrees west 1 N ?26 u,'* W) sir perches and twenty-hundredtha of a perch (6 a, S """Ilea) to a marked walnut tree in the bed of a ravine; 8 running from said walnut tree, bein# a meanuu." lin?.of tha ^yine, north ten degrees west (N iu *** W) aix perches. (6 perchea;) thence running on to the north line of theGoJd ^ope roLd PDa,sin? through a sycamore tree that stands on thSVa??S side of said road and terminating at a oointn?.^?^ -5 north line ofanid road sixteen nerchefi i? ^ from 8tation No 35 of T jXfl>"5"ey o? f Tfca' Koiciusko Place," runnin# back from sahl station thence from said point running along the ifcSS* mentioned north line of the Good Hope road mirth seventy nine degrees and thirty minutes east , N 79 deg. V min./ ) thirty seven V?ihe. and seVen: tT five hundredths of a parch (3775 10i perches ftn ltijcs. lurcditjinoD's, ar d Appurtenances to thu same-belonging or in any ma "ne r ap?>rtal n i n ?? This property is finely Improved aTa Vineyard with abont twelve thousand choice Grape Vines' and will be ^old in Rub divi>ious ' Terms: One third in caeh: the remainder in air H iJr'i 6 ?ino^v ^ interest, secured by a dead 01 trust on the premises. ,t?n cent, of the purchase moner will be required at the time of sale: T Should the terms of sale not be complied with Jlltb1.n iVi dlly" Sl!e-the Trustee reserves the right to re-sell the property at the risk and ex pense of the defaulting-purchaser, on one week's notice in the National Intelligencer HORACE J KRO1T. Trustee au9-gawAds J. C. McGUIRB A Co^Aucts. RUCTION fiAXK Of CONDEMNED HORSEST" Wa* Dkpaxtmikt. Cavalbt Buasir, 1 Chief Quat ttrwiasttr, S Will he ?oT<4 o'ViAugust 3, 1864.1 bidder attb?'HmnU J3 Auction, to the highest ReiLHini ol ? nam^d below, Yii ? 18M? *' PennsylT"ia. THURSDAY, August 18. l^AUoona, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, August 21, l,^864*n?n' p#nn8'rl*,kni?. Tn CR8DA Y, September temberr"b W*'. PenD8ylTania' THURSDAY, Sep eJWOJ^UNDRED (JW, CAVALRY HORSES, at These horses have been condemned as nnflt for the cavalry service ef thearmy. for road and farming purposes, many good bar gains may be had. Horses sold singly. Terms cash, in United 8tates currency. JAMES A EKIN, Lt. Col. and Chief Quartremaster. an 5-tse8 Cavalry Boreas. ALB OF C0NDKMNBD_H0Ka*8 AND MULM. Cknf Quartermaster's 03u, Wrishingtom Dewot 1 Washibgtoh. D. 0 , JuItM i%La f Will be fold at pnbln auction, at the Cordis Deo *o??WBDNM??AV ^ City,of Washington' HOR8ES AND MULES condemned as nnfit for public service Terms eaab, tn Government funds * Sale to commence at ? o'clock a. m n . _ D H. BU0KBB, . ? , Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, ,r ? d Depot ef Washington. s JAY COOKE 4c CO., BANKERS. HAVJ THIS DAY, REMOVSO TO THEIR NBW 079101, FIFTEENTH STREET, NXAR G. OPPOSITE UNITED STATES TREASURY. An^l-tf D 18SOLUTION OB OOPARTNERSHIPj?Tka Oopartnershia existing b?twee? 8DWARB OWEN and 8AM'L W. 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