Newspaper of Evening Star, August 24, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 24, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. AMUBBMBHT8 TO NIGHT Ellingbr and Foot*, the dwarfs, the vo calists and the musicians, give another of their splendid entertainments to-night at Odd Fel lo?s' Hall. The little folks should all see these dtminntive specimens of humanity?Ool. SSmall. Com. Foete and Miss Eliza Nestel?and persons of a larger growth can well enjoy the entertainment. Canterbury.?West, Mulligan and Wil liams, with their Ethiopian eccentricities; Sal lie Sunderland and Agnes Sunderland, with their sweet songs, and the troupe of pretty girls "who appear nightly in graceful dance, con tinue to be a source of immense attraction at Canterbury Hall. Varieties.?The revival of the drama of " TTncle Tom's Cabin" has filled the Varieties hall each right with a delighted audience. The cast is a good one, and, besides, the regular concert hall entertainment is given. ?LivbltNioht in Hooker's Division.?The 2d Ward police were kept busy last night in Hooker's division making arrests fer disorderly conduct. The first party taken was a company of ten young clerks, who were marching about the streets at 10 o'clock singing, or rather roaring, various bibulous songs. After marching around, followed by Sergeant Tait, of the police, they brought up in front of the notorious "Iron Door," on lath, n^ar C street. The Sergeant was nnable to capture the entire squad alone, but some citizens arrived on the spot and assisted the Sergeant in capturing six of the party, who were taken to the station house and released on collateral security to appear at 9 o'clock this morning. None of them appeared, and Justice Clayton assessed the line at $2each. At a later hour a party of teamsters and others had a free fight near the 12th street bridge. They were notarrested, but had their fight out and left bafore the police could rallv upon them. The next sqnad of screamers was at the notorious den of Madam Augusta, colored, on 13th, near C, where, the IVIadam b?-ing absent from the city, the colored fancy lodgers there had a quarrel about three o'clock this morning, which resulted in a hur ricane of oaths and epithets peculiar to the ftrade of females in the house, and which dis turbed the repose of the quiet neighbors. The police charged upon the house and captured all in it, seven colored girls and a white sol dier. The soldier was dismissed, he being in t>ed and asleep when arrested; but the girls ?were fined SI each. National Riklbs.? The National Rifles, Capt. Vi. G. Moore, met Jast evening for drill at their armory in Woodward's Hall The at tendance was good, and the drill gave evidence of much improvement nnder the faithfnl in struction of its popular officers. The object of this organization is to build up a company composed of young m^n of the city for such service as shall best serve their coun try, and we heartily commend it to favor. It is certainly, because of its local character, an organization to which the young men of Wash Ington should not hesitate to attach themselves. The several departments of the General Gov ernment have their military organizations, and local pride should dictate that the city have at least one efficient regiment The National Ri fles formB an excellent nuclens, and our patri otic young men should by joining themselves, and bv influencing others, keep up its ranks, and when they are filled form another com pany. and yet another, until at least a battalion is formed. ' K Sons of Tbmfbrance.?This order has in created much of late in this city, especially nmong military men. In the army hospitals the interest in the temperance cause has been Tapidlv and largely developed within a tew ?weeks. There are several flourishing divisions therein. Among them are those at Emory, Ar mory Square, Lincoln, and Judiciary Square. A few weeks ago a movement was put on foot to create a divison at either the Douglas or Mtanton Hospital, the members to be composed of both. The movement has been highly suc cessful, r. suiting in the organization, at the Douglas Hospital, of a large division, com posed of inmates of both Douglas and Stanton Hospitals, and officers were elected. The Eighteenth Massachusetts Regi ment.?The lsth Mass. regiment, Lieut. Col. White commanding, passed through the city yesterday afternoon, ?n their way home, their term of service having expired. These men have been in active service since the com xnencement of the war, and the tattered flag they bore with them attested that they had net shrunk from duty. Of the old members of the regiment only about three hundred are left, the remainder having been killed or wounded. The regiment wore on its passage through the city the handsome uniform presented it by the American residents of Paris. More Htndrei > Days Men Returning.? The 147th Ohio, Col. P. F. Rosson command ing?hundred davs men?passed through the city about lOo'clock yesterday morning.on their way home. The regiment, in passing, paid their compliments to the President, who re sponded in a short address, thanking them for the services they had rendered their country and exhorting them to resist every influence that bad a tendency to lessen their patriotism. This regiment was in the late skirmish in front of Fort Stevens?sustaining no loss, however, of consequence. The Treasury Clerks Regiment.?This Tegiment, which is composed of cler&s em ployed in the Treasury Department, had a drill ; and dress parade on Monday afternoon, on the mall south ot the Presidential Mansion. They were fully unitormed, and numbered over 900 | muskets. They intended parading through t the city, but the furious rain storm that came A np anient 4 o'clock prevented this part of the ^^^rOgramme being carried ont. As it was, the HI egiment pot a good drenching, as did also a W number of ladies and others who had assem y bled to witness the drill. Trustees op Public Schools.?An ad journed mee'ing of the Board was called for yesterday afternoon. The Board was called to order by Mayor Wallach. and upon the calling of the roll only the following members ap. p*ared, viz: Messrs. Miller, Wilson, Hiti, Wight, Walsh, and Ferguson?no quorum, and the Board adjourned to meet next Tuesday evening. The applications of Miss Maria L. Parker, of East Hartford, Connecticut, and of Miss Sample, for teachershlps, were handed to the Secretary. Fourth Ward Station Gasbs.?H. A. Winfield, fighting: $5 64. Henry Marshall, drunk and disorderly; military. J. A. John son, do.; do. Henry Mudd, drunk; dismissed. I Elizabeth Duval I, street walking; JfcS.Sy. M. t Jackson, ?rand larceny. Randal Jackson, do.; j John A West, drunk: military Chas. Brown, i do; *1.58. John Ryan, do.; dismissed. John i Higgey, attempt to steal; military. J. Dough erty, drunk, *1.5S. Thomas lie 11, do.; 82.58. Betty Lee, street walkirg: ?6.S?. Diggon Ma garth, drunk and disorderly, #2 50. Tub Democratic National Convention ?Quite a number of politicians have left "Washington1 for Chicago, to be present at the f Democratic Convention, which meets on Mon day next. The people of Chicago expect a very great crowd at the Democratic National Convention. All the loading hotels have already been en gaged bv delegates and others. The Conven i tion is io be held in a mammoth amphitheatre ] corner of Michigan avenue and Park Place. Nevda Attention.?Complaint is made of 1 the condition of the south ?th street railway ? track, which, not being properly paved and i tee bridges neinr out of order, considerable in * convenience is experienced by vehicles pass ing on th? street, and some valuable carriages ive been considerably damaged. The track Between D and F streets south seems to be more particularly out of order, and we have no JBonbt the efficient managers of the road will ^^rjmptly have the matter rectified. Washington Theatbr. ? This old and lavf>riie resort will be opened to-morrow night, Fwhen a grand complimentary benefit will be rt-ndered Mi*s JennieOourley, late of Grover's IT neater -The Maid of Croissv, or the Oon * lipt's Re'urn;" a dance by Miss Flora Lee; the diama, ?>Tbe Momentous Question, or the (Poacher's Donn;" a dance by T- O. Gourley; and the Eihioplan extravaganza,??J umbo Jim," ?will comprise the entertainment. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad The line of the ro.td from Baltimore and Washing ton to "arper's Ferry is now open and In fine punning ot der. Freight and passenger trains un on usual time. W e calt. attention to the card of Geo. For rest, late Q. M. V. S. A., in another column, who has opened an office at 464 10th street, for the purpose of adjusting the accounts of offi cers in toe armv. BPKCIAL NOTICES. Ali. tui G uild's * STKit, and all the people ? ?la?eTS, aai we surmise that a lar** por t on of the players thereon must be usin* that i j-istlv popular preparation for the te<?th. ?ra f:rantoor<eloi.t from the immense demand there 8 for that article, the most delightful, convenient nod effe?ci,,u* b?&utifier sod preserver of the Iteetb the wcrld ever produced. All drusrsista ;aad perfmniata sell it. aa U-St i Da. DrroBTt 8u(ar-c-at?<l V?ioa1? Begalatlng ,4PUls sr?? the r?ry butIt* ?*?. They operate tpudily Jard ?/<* ietfr, and being **rar-a>attd create no 9 l. .us** Kb n the moat delicate rtomteh A trial ot tuese Pills will prove t heir nuuniert* y all ,ot^?r* Price |) % box. Bold bra. 0. Yord, oornar L^i street awlPa. areas*.Washington,and Hearr Alexandria laf-ly f Corns, Bunions, Ingrowing Hails,etc. Person* wishing immediate relief from these troublesome annoyances, should eall at Dr. White's rooms. No. 424 Penn'a av , bet. 4yx and 6th sts. an 17-tf J. Cocohs abd Colds. The sudden changes of oar climate are sources of pulmonary, bronchial and asthmatic affectioas. experience having proved that simpl? remedies often act speedily when taken in the early stages of the disease, reconrse should at once be bad to Brawn1* Brmrhial 7YofA?." or Loionges, let the eold, cough, or irritation of the throat be erer so slight, as by this precaution a more serious attack may be effectually warded off. Public speakers and singers will find them effectual for clearing and strengthening the voice. Soldiers should have them, as they can be carried in the rocket and taken as occasion reauires. Jy 23-lm,r Do too celor your whiskers and monstachef If so, use the "Japanese Hair 8tain." No hair dye In the world equal to it. Only one preparation. It colon a natural black or brown. Only SO cents a box. 8. C. Fokd, Je2 eoSm 290 Pa. avenne. Sole Agent COLOATB'8 HOBBY SOAP. This celebrated Toilet Soap, in such universal demand, is made from the choicest materials, is mild and emollient in its nature, fragrantly scent ed, and extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin. For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. Ja25-eoly SBOBBT DISBA8B8. 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 cases in twenty-four hours No m neral no balsam, no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken. It is the soldier's hope, and % friend to those who do not want to be exposed. Male packages, 92: female, $3. Samaritan's Root and Herb Janets?Ajpositive and permanent oare for Syphilis,8crofula, Ulcers. Sores Bpots, Tetters, Ac. Price 91, or six bottles for 91 Bold by 8. C. Ford. Bee advertisement. mJ Spbbmatobbikba oar biCdud.-Dt Band's Bpe eific cures Spermatorrhoea, Seminal Weakness, Im fotency. Loss of Power, etc.. speedily and efectually. ts effects are truly magical. A trial of the Specific will convince the most skeptical of its merits. Price 91 a box. Sold byft. O. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook, Alexandria. ]a6-ly Wahaitid to Cobbib Six Days.-Dr. Godfrey's Antidote, an English Specifio of sixty-five years' standing, will cure Qonorrhaa in six days. No change of diet required. Price 31 per bottle. Sold by 8. C. Ford, corner 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Cook. Alexandria. Ja S-ly Nbbvoob Dsbilitt, Sbmtbal Wbakbbss, etc.. Can Be Cured by one who has really cured himself and hundreds of others, and will tell yon nothing but the truth. Address, witn stamp, Edwabd H. Tbavbb, mar S DftW.ly Lock Box. Boston. Mass. DiscAsas or thi Nbbvous, Sbmival, Urtbabt and Sbxual Systems?new and reliable treatment ?in Reports of the Howard Association?Sent by mail in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address D, J. Skillin Houghton, Howard Asso ciation, No. 3 South Ninth street, Philadelphia, Pa. je 30-3uj Tbbohsapsstamd bbst Haib Dtb ibtbb Wobld ?Never Fades or Washes Ovt ? Upham's Hair Dye, 60 cents a box. The best in use. Try it. Sold by B. 0. Ford, corner lKh street and Penn. avenue, Washington; and Henry Oook, Alexandria. n6-lv MARRIED, On the 13th instant, by the Rev. Fathpr Walters, Lieut. GEORUE T. HARFORD, of the ith regular cavslrT. of Manchester. Pa., to Miss 8L8AN STICKELS, of Washington. * On the 23<1 of August, by Rev. C. C. Meador. Mr. C.E.JAMKSto Miss SUSAN HUTCHINSON, all of Washington. [ Port Tobacco Times copy.] * DIED, On Tuesday, the 23d inst., HENRY COOMBS beloved child of Charles II. and Mary M. Johnson' aged 1 year. 1 month and 4 days. His funeral will take place this (WeJnPSday) afternoon. at 4 o'clock, from the residence of Mar tin Johnson, 302 E street. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. * PIC NICS, EXCURSIONS, &c. tponed A THE A THE ^OUNG UNITED CLUB has postponed their Pic-Nic until THURSDAY, AUGUST25,13M, on account of the rain. an 23 3t* PIC-NIC.?THE SELECT PIC-NIC OP THE HARMONY CIRCLE, which was to have m. taken place on Monday evening, August 221, has been postponed, owing to the inclemen cy of the weather, until TO- MORROW(Wed nesday) EVENING, August 24th. By order au 2..-2f COMMITTEE. THE THIRD GRAND ANNUAL AFTERNOON AND EVENING PIC NIC Of the HUCKSTERS' ASSOCIATION will be held at the WASHINGTON PARK, 7th street, on Til URSDAY, 25th of August, 1864, The Association are assured from past expe rience that making known the date of theiri pic nic is a sufficient guaranty for all theiri friends to rally around the Park. A splendid 1 has been engaged for the occasion, at great ex pense: so we world invite all pleasure seeker? to come to the Park on the occasion. Committee?A. Columbus, Pres.; J. Keating, Sec.; S. Shreve. E. Beach. au *>-5t* K, 7th BOARDING. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, with Board, in the spacious double house 330 I street, be tween 13th and 14th. Hot and eold bath, au 2<-3t ?7URN18HED ROOMS FOR RENT AND FIRST AR CLASS TABLE BOARD, No. 617 12th street, nearly opposite Kirkwood House. au 23-3t* NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, single and in suit, with first-class BOARD, at 301 Gstreet, between 13th and 14th, near the Departments. Re ferences exchanged. au 22-lw* GENTLEMEN CAN OBTAIN SPLENDID BOARD and LODGING at 50111th 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 gentlemen at No. 6 4i? st., Letreen C and Louisiana av. au 16 2w* GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS (GEORGETOWN CORPORATION STOCK.? I Those persons who may be disposed to pur chase Georgetown Corporation Stock, which bears an interest of six per cent, per annum, payable quarterly, can obtain some oy applying to WM, LAIRD. Clerk of said Corporation. je 29-dtSl rpOWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, bytha 1 Petomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac," "Gov. Curtin" and "Belle Haven." Apply to the Captains on board, or to JOHN B. DAVIDSON, my IS- Water street, Georgetown. ?ITY RAILROAp STOCK8 AND BONDS. We have for sale 130 SHARES STOCK and 110.000 MORTGAGE BONDS OF THE WASH INGTON AND GEORGETOWN RAIL ROAD COMPANY. The Bonds bear six per cent, interest, payable semi-annually, and with the Stock offer a safe and desirable investment. JAY COOKE tc CO., au 22-lw Bankers. IINEN IN PLACE OF COTTON.-I have nosTa J complete assortment of FINE LINEN SHIRT ING, bought below the present market value, at nearly cotton prices. Is very much preferred and better for use. Also, 10-4, 11 4. and 12-4 Linen Sheeting. Towels, Toweling, Table Diaper, Ac., bought at the recent New York auction sales. 8. M. MEYENBKKO, 48 Market Space, an20-3t Lnderthe Avenue House. CGENERAL ORDERS OF THE WAR DE I" PARTMENT FOR 1*01, 1962 AND 1S03. TWO LARGE OCTANO Y0LUME3, of about 1,25" pages, bound in cloth. Price 9l<>, sent free bj mail on receipt of price. This day published and for sale by HUDSON TAYLOR, au20-3t Bookseller and Stationer, 334 Pa. av. FEUIT JARS! FRUIT JARS!! Housekeepers who wish to put up fresh fruit are invited to examine our SELF-SEALING FRUIT JARS, as they have been thoroughly testwd, and we can warrant them to keep fruit perfectly. As tlie fruit requires no ?ugar and the jars no cement, it is economy for every family to put up all the fruit they want for the winter. au 20-lw' WEBB A BEYERIDQE. 486 CHOICE STOCK 486 4?6 INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. 496 486 PAP1B HANGINGS. 486 A select and varied s pck of Gilt, Medium and lowjpriced Paperhangings, Borders, Statues, Cen ter Pieoes, &e. WINDOW 8BADE8. Buff, Green, Chocolate, Brown and Gilt Window Shades, a variety of patterns; 8fcade Fixtures, TlUHftl fl JL a PICTURE COED AND TA8SEL8. Bilk and Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, dif ferent sizes and colors, a beautiful assortment; Picture Rings, Nails, Ac. , OVAL PICTURE FRAMES. r?r. . iF^st assortment of Oval Frames In the District, warranted to be gilded with gold leaf; %tT ?' Dark Wood Frames, with a va Framir* of small-sited Oval and Carte de Visile a ?.jlfc?RAIING8-AM1> paintingb. in store *ngravings and Paintings always Terms cash fer goods or labor w J?abkkiter, jy 7-tSl* Mght Dttors abey/odd Vln*w?> F. '? MIMLOcfel<T 4? Washington, . q. kf Ar OF RICHMOND AND BUBEOUNDIHQ WANTS. w W VinStS.' f 'WiLbl. ?om?n.? BITn WAhtm^P~^?MaN and HIS WIPE, without 7- C r? '|(}wn,V1 preferred,) to take charge ?i A. ?i? l/*I^near the ci*E- Apply at the office of the United States Hotfl, Pi, kt, an 21-3t* A LADY DESIRES a SITUATION A8 TEACH er of the English branches for several small children. will teach music if required. Address ji'^s K. C. R., Washington, D. 0. au 24 (t* ANTED?A WAITER at the Gosling House. One who understands his business cau get ?? p?.r mprth all year round. Inquire at theGos ling Restaurant. 247 Penn av. au 24-3t* W a respectable young girl a 8IT , * V ATION to do general housework in a small family Apply at No 99 K street, betwe? n 2lst ami ?2d streets. " It* Board wanted by a single young lady in a private family. Terms must be moderate. References given if required. Address H. L Post Offi'-e. au k4-2t* XAJ ANTED?By a middle-aged American woman, SITUATION fo do cooking and to assist in washing, in a small family. References can be given if required. Address Box No. 12, Star Of fice. it* V^ANTED?By a youth between 18 and 19 years ** of age. and who is not afraid of work, a SIT VAT ION as clerk or salesman. Apply at P HA LEY'S, Mass, avenue, between New Jersey avenue anil 2d street. It* WANTED?In a small family, two SERVANTS, (colored v? one a good cook, washer and ironer; the other to nurse, serve, and make her self generally useful. Apply at 408 15th street, between II and I. au 24-3t* \mr ANTED-A SALESMAN, in a Wholesale Store. Must write a good hand, and come well recomir ended. Also, a COLORED MAN, who can read and write, to work in store. Apply to WM. MARSHALL, 479 9th street. au213t VVANTEIV-A good NURSE to take charge of ** two children. Must be well recommended. Apply on Saturday, the 27th inst., between in and 4 o'clock,at No. 264 1 street, between 17th and 18th. au 24-4t* PARTNER WANTED TO INCREASE THE Business of a City Express now doing well. A Young Man that is willing to take hold and work needed. Capital required $150. Addresss (J. M., at this Office. it* WANTED?A neat GIRL, (German preferred,) competent to cook and do the housework of a family of three persons. One well recommended will find, besides good pay, a desirable home. Bring references, for three days, to L. WURTEN BERG, No. 400 Penn. avenue, between 4)a and 6th. au ?4-3t* WANTED-A first-cla?s BLACKSMITH, at the Gas Works, corner of 26th and G streets. Apply immediately. au23-2t shavers and hair xt An?kSSERS. Wages f 13 per week, inth st., No. 491. corner Penna. avenue. auJ3 3t* Mr. MURIC. \VANTED?A WOMAN to do general house vv. werk,an<l washing and ironing in a small family. Inquire immediately at CAMPBELL'S. No. 337 Q street, bet. 11th and 12th, au 23-2t* WANTED TO RENT?Part of a small House, o two unfurnished Rooms suitable for house keeping, near street cars. Moderate rent and permanent tenant can be secured byadiressing "H. B?" Star Office. an 'z3 2t* Y\TANTED? By a married couple without chil* YY dren. FURNISHED ROOM and BOARD, or Furnished Room without Board and use of Kitch en. in a private family. References exchanged. Address, stating terms and location, to "Lafosse," Box 1067. au 23-5t* WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT COMPANY STOCK WANTED?Persons having this stock for sale will find a purchaser for one or two hundred shares, by addressing Box No. 10 Star Office, giving name an I residence, and cash price of stock. an 23 lw* WANTED IMMEDIATELY, or by the 1st of September, by a small and careful family, an I NFl'RNISHKD HOUSE, containing about six rooms, or a larger one partly furnished. Rent t>aid in advance if desired. Address Box 407 Post Office. au 23 3t* WANTED?For cash, from a person retiring from housekeeping, a set of Chamber Furni ture, l'arlor and Dining Room Chairs, Sofa, Car pet. Stair Carpet and Rods. Address P. O. Box 577, Gesrgetown, D. C. au 23-3t* \\ ANTED?A SITUATION in a Dry Goods or Grocery Store, by a young man 19 years old. Has had one years experience. Best of references given. Apply by letter,to J.L.E., Georgetown Post Office. au 23 3t* WANTED-A BELLMANGER and LOOK JOB BER. Inquire at the sign of the Big Gun, No. 49 La. av., between 6thand 7th streets, where all work in the Gun and Locksmith's business will be promptly attended to, and where bolts and metalic i artridge* of all sizes can be found. au 23 3t* WANTED-A good BARBER at 496 Uth st. between l'enn'a av. and E st. au 22-3t* W ANTED?8i x W AIT ERS, at DubantX au 22-3t WANTED?To purchase a small HOUSE, for cash, in the northern part of the city. Ad dressJIOUSE, 6tar 0fficeJ au 22 3t* WANTED TO RENT?Part of a small House, in a genteel neighborhood. Address Box 43, Star Office. au 22-lw* WANTED?A young GIRL for general house work. But very little to do. Must come well recommended. Apply to DEMONGEOT, Human Hair Store, cor. D and 10th sts. au 22-.'it* WANTED?A SEXTON to attend to the K-street Baptist Church. Apply to A. ROTnWELL. No. 368 7th street, or to J. T. GIVEN, No. 475 loth street. an 22 3t* WANTED-A good COOK, and one GIRlTlo assist in kitchen, washer and ironer. Also, one MAN to take care of horses and make himself generally useful. Apply at the Pennsylvania House, 3.57 C street, between and 6th Bt. au 22-3t YVANTED-A man and his wife, without chil v v dren. wishes to rent a small HOUSB or three unfurnished ROOMS,on the Island, suitable for housekeeping. Please address M. E. M., 8tar Office, this week. au 22-2t* YVANTED IMMEDIATELY?At the Poirt Office v Y Eating House, No. 381 F street, a WOMAN PASTRY COOK, one that understands the busi ness. au 20-Iw* bTREETEIl & CLARKE. WANTED TO RENT?By a small family, with out children, a moderate sized neatly fur nished HOUSE or eight or ten rooms, pleasantly located, in Washington. Address "Furnished nished HOUSE o located, in Was _ House," Star Office. aulS-lw* fkLD BOTTLES WANTED! I I OLD BOTTLES WANTED! The highest cash price will be paid for? Whole Gham pagne Bottles, Half do. do. Pint Porter do. Pint Ale do. Union Bottling Depot, Georgetown, D. C. N. B ?Any person having large quantities of Old Bottles on hand, can have them taken away by notifying me. [au 13-lml R. A. ShINN. W A N T X D?PEf jNlTlIAND FURNITURE, Also. MIP' oKS.CARPETS, BEDS, BED DING, and HO USEFURNI8HING GOODS of every description. B. BUCHLY, 428 7th street, )e 8-if between Gand H.eaat side. EDUCATIONAL. ( tJT. MARY'S ACADEMY FOR YOUNG LADIES, near Bryantown, Charles county, Md. This institution will reopen on Monday. Bept. 5. Board and tuition in all the English branches |2<J0 per annum. Mrs D. MAJOR, principal, can be neenonThurS' day. Friday and Saturday of this week, between the hours of nine and eleven, at Mr. S. Masi's, 461 9th street west. au 24-3t* IAFAYETTE INSTITUTE, A Select School for -A young Ladies and Misses, 367 I street, be* tween 13m and 14th, will reopen on MONDAY, September 5th. Experienced and thorough teachers. Music aud French in charge of eminent Profes sors. For circulars call at Drug Store corner of 1 and 12th, or at the Institute after September 1st. Misses WILLIAMS Sc. HALSTEAD. au_Hd2t&eotV (Ohron) MIfcS YOUNG'S SEMINARY, Corner of I and l*th street west. The duties of this school will be resumed on Monday, the 5tb of September. There will be two te'ms of five months each, but upils will be received at anytime, and charged from the date of cntranc-e. au23 3t* GEORGETOWN SELECT ENGLISH AND J CLASSICAL ACADEMY FOR YOUNG GENTLEMEN. ROBERT PHIPP8, Prikcipal. The Second Term of th!? "'istitution will begin on Monday. September 5, iao4. at the new school hoase, northeast corner of West and Montgomery streets, Georgetown, D.C. The number of pupils is strictly limited to twen ty-five. The long experience and success of the Principal warrants him In assuring parents that they wilt find this school well adapted for securing for their sons a thorough English and Classical education, combined with the advantages of con genial associations and careful moral training. RfcriKjtacKS: Rev. Dr. Pyne. Washington. Rev. J. H. C. Boute. Georgetown. Rev. N. P. Tillinghast. Georgetown. Henry Addison, Esq., Mayor of Georgetown. Major Kurtz. U. 8. A;, Georgetown. Major Nicholson, U. 8 M. 0., Georgetown. Thomas 0. Cox, Esq., Georgetown. Henry D. Cooke, Esq., President First National Bank. Washington. C. E. Rittenhouse, Esq., President Bank of Com merce. Georgetown. The Principal may he seen at 111 West street Georgetown. au 23-2w DIES. No. 107 West street, between Congress and Washington streets, Georgetown, D. C. Resi dence 111 West street. au 19-2w* CCMB^AN?cVM?rrJKSITDI? ,0 Mkchakiosbcrg. Pa., , REV. 0. 1GE ft SONS. Terms 1300 per scholastic year. Duties resumed Sept. 1st. Circulars at this pgoe. au 19-lw* MKHLSra.VS'fc&uaK: Pupils have the benefits of * home; thorough course in Mathematiea, Languages, English, Ac. Number limited. Terms moderate. Received at Seminary, Pttewftre county, Fa Jy f-fw* FOB BENT AND SALB. ? ? 17OR SALE?A BRICK HOUBE. on D stwt. near r 13th, No. 379. Apply No. 37 Louisiana arena*. * au 84-lw* F" OR RENT?A HOUSE in Georgetown, No. 49 Gar street. Possesion given immediately. Inquire of SOLOMON STOVER. Wood and Coal Yard,corner 31st and I sts.. Washington. a24-lw* I?OR SALE?An excellent and nearly n*w r FRAME HOUSE, situated on West street, Georgetown. Apply to THOMAS DOWLING, Auctioneer, No. 174 Bridge street. an 2t-6t* FOR 8ALE-Th78TOCK and FIXTURES of an Ice Cream and Confectionery Saloon, inclu ding a Soda Fountain. Terms low. Inquire at 344 G street, bet 17th and 13th,near War Depart ment, after_4 o'clock p. m. au 24-3t* F~ URNISHED-ROOMS FOR RENT-Withont board. Boarding house in the neighborhood where meals are served. Reference required. Apply at No. 330 New York avenue, between 9th and H"th streets. au 24-lW* FURNISHED R00M8~F0R RENT?At-No. 394 L street north, one of the most pleasant and desirable locations in the eity, and within a few steps of the city cars. au2V3t" \1TILL BE READY FOR OCCUPANCY BY 1ST ?? September, two newlv finished five room HOUSES. Enquire of JOS. PRAT1IER, Northern and Centre Market. au 2J-5t* OB SALE-A most excellent FRAME HOUSE, situated on south L street, between Jlst and 22d, containing 12 rooms. Will be sold a great bar gain, and immediate possession given. Apply to MITCHELL & SON, Real Estate Brokers, south east cornerj>flBth st. and Pa. av. au ??-10t* FOR RENT?Very desirable ROOMS, either sin gle or Communicating, having hot and cold water in each, and hath room attached, to gentle men. Will be rented low. Reference exchanged. Apply at southwest corner 10th street anl M?-s. avenue. au 23-2t* A DWELLING AND STORE TO RENT.-That Dwelling and Store to rent, situated on B street north, between 6th and 7th streets eist, Capitol HiU Suited for a grocery or tavern. Ap ply to the undersigned, at his residence on Penn. avenue, between 2d and 3d streets east. _ au 23 3t* H. R. MARYMAN. I70R RENT?FOUR ROOMS, with use-of Kitchen r and Dining-room, all famished, at 500 E street between 2d and 3d. au 22-71* URNISHED HOUSE OR PART OF HOUSE or ROOMS for reht without BOARD, at No. 313 Bridge street, Georgetown. au 22 3t* URNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT-Pleasantly located on Massachusetts avenue, between 4th and 5th sts.No.504. Terms moderate. au 22 3t* FOR RENT?Desirable furnished ROOMS in the best locality in the city, beini? near tne Post and Patent Offices. Call at 44? E street, between 6th and 7th sts. au 22-6t* FOK BALK CHEAP?The good-will and fixtures of a RESTAURANT ; also a Bagatelle Table, corporation and Government license paid. If noi pola in three days from date it will be rented to a responsible person. Inquire on the premises, 17 0 4S street, (Island). au 22 3t* ? ."'OR SALE?A small HOUSE AN1) LOT, on 19th 1/ street, between K and L street; house two rooms, witn small cellar, and has been newly built. For sale also, a small BUILDING LOT adjoining. Anybody desiring to live in a nice, quiet neighbor hood, and convenient to all the public buildings, will do well by applying immediately next door to P. Hin,-s's Restaurant. au 22-4t* STORE TOTeT.-A GOOD STORE, with back room attached, lighted with gas, and provided with all necessary fixtures. Apply at 355 F street, between Oth and 10th. au2i 6t* F'URNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT-At No 335 Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Willards' Ho tel. au 19-2 w* OR SALE-DRUG STORE, BRICK HOUSE and three BUILDING LOTS. Inquire atNo. 455, Mass. avenue, near fith st. au Irt-lm* C?OR RJTnT^OFFICE AND CHAMBER ROOMS, r (furnished,) No. 4*>0, corner F and 15th sts., opposite Treasury Building^ au 13 lw* FOR RENT?fTo Gentlemen,) two PARLORS, 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 door from l.lth street. No. 4K0 New York avenue. Also, a first class DWELLING, contain ing ten rooms, kitchen, attic, and a large cellar, in the same location, and possession had on the 1st of October next. au 17-tf FfOR 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, near the Depot House, containing 10 rooms; a vacant lot adjoining; front of 55 by sn. Kor further particulars inquire of WALL, STBPHEN6 A. CO., Nu. 32? Feunsylva nia av. au 16 E OFFER FOR SALE, at a great bargain, 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 Branch, is in a high and healthy situation, with an abundance of wood. Terms made known on application to SWEENY A CO., Real Estate Brokers, au 15-lm Corner 7th and D streets. FOR 8ALE?The three story BRICK HOUSE and LOT. No. 561 9th street, (Island.) be tween D and E streets. The house contains nine rooms, and has convenient out-buildings, Ac. Apply to W. D. WALLACH, at the Star Office. au 11-tf 'OR SALE?A TRACT OF LAND, mostly wood land, abont one mile beyond and north of Rock Creek Church, containing about 34 acres. GHAS. M. MA^TTflEWS, Attorney-at-Law, corner Bridge and Coogress streets, Georgetown, or corner dth street and Penn. avenue, Washington eity. au 10-eo6t* ^OBLING HOUBE FOR SAL*. The Proprietor of this popular and well-known Hotel and Restaurant intends to retire from busi ness, and offers his well known house for sale. Any one wishing to engage in a LUCRATIVE BUSINESS can call on the Proprietor. 347 Penn sylvania avenue, between 12th and 13th sts. au ?-3w* AND FOR BALE?Apply at thefirst house from the Eastern Branch Bridge. au 6-lm* URNISHEITROOMS FOR RENT, at 450 12th street, east side, between G and H sts. The situation is one of the most desirable in Wash ington. au2-lm 'ALE.?The subscriber wishes to sell a _ FARM, containing about 25> acress, mora 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 J. D.t Box 384, Washington, D. 0. au 1-lm* VALUABLE PROPERTY AT PRIVATE BALE 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 br, ? 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. jyS'-lm PERSONAL. NOTICE. A\ING read a notice in your paper over the cignature of my wife,(Angelina Bibley) denying the leaving of ray bed and board, I hare to say to the jublic that I persuaded her after the expiration of two weeks, and she returned, and after she re turned I requested her to come with me for I had rented another house, and I thought it proper that it would be best for u9, but her reply was that she could not leave her mother. She denies taking property, which I do nofc as sert with proof that she took oyer #2i>o worth. I wrote numbers of letters to her requesting her to come home, but received no answer, and her own words with proof among her neighbors that I a-ked her to come with me, but that she refused, Hnd wonld not live with me. Now I take this method through your paper of requestinc her to come home if she think# proper within ..the next two months. [au24-3t*] RpBT. SIBLEY, Madam godard can be consulted at ber residence. 104 Bast Capitol street, and 4th street, for the past and future, evenings, au 22-3t* MADAM MARSHA, late from a northern city, would inform the public that she has taken up her residence at No. 403 K street, between f?th and 10th. Is prepared to read the past and foretell future events. au 22-lm* NOTICE.?I hereby deny the charge of Robert Sibley of my leaving his bed and board with out a cause. I can prove I did not leave?him, but be left me. I also aeny the charge of taking any thing. except my child: and asfor him warning any person from crediting me on his account, he cannot get credit himself, and I do not want to use his name for my support. eu22-3f ANGELINA BIBLET. "I? OB r FA M A N U R E M A N U R 1 . MANURE. TBI BEST AND CHEAPEST MANURE IN TH1 UNITED STATES. The undersigned, having contracted for all the Manure at Giesboro Point, D. 0,, are now pre pared to put on board vessels free of expense to Captain? at low rates. VESSELS WANTED. Address No. 330 E atreet, Washington, or to GIESBORO POINT MANURE WHARF. an 10-tf JOHN PETT1BOME A CO. ggg SEVENTH STREET. ggg CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, FURNITURE, HOUSEIURNISHING GOODS, CUTLERY, PLATED CA8TOR8, SPOONS, Ac. Fifty pieces Ingrain, Rag and Hemp Carpets, which we are offering at much less than present prices, some as low as 55 cents per yard. In Furniture and House furnishing Good! we can defy comp^'tla?. Our stock of Cutlery and Plated Ware we are of '?gssfirs^s^assfssibi., a**. -n And ft decidedly to their Interest to giro us a call, as all of onr stock was purchased prey ions to the last advances, which enablee as to offer greater In ducements than any house In this citv. A discount of t?nper cent, allowed on all billa ofI? and upwards. HENRY BONTZ, Successor to Boats A Qrrimth, an 18-lot 369 7th street, near I. Lisse Kiln, AUCTION SALES. THIS AftlKWOOl11 AWP TO-MORROW DY J. C. MoOUIll * CO., Aaetioneers. TRUSTEE'S SAL* OF VERY DESIRABLE SLAUGHTERHOUSE PROPERTY. By virtue of* deed of trust, dated December 18th, A. D. 18W. end duly recorded in Libei N. C. T., No. 82, folios 72. Ac., of the Land Recerds of Washington county, P. C., I will Mil *t1Pu/>''c auction, in frent of the premise*, at six o'clock P. M., en WEDNESDAY, the 24th day of August A. D., 1864, Lots Nos. 1, 2,3. and 4, ir 8quareNo 658, fronting on Georgia avenue, between Half and First streets west, is the city of Washington, to_ 8ether with all the improvements, consisting of laughter House, Ice House, Ac. Terms of sale: One third in sash; and the re mainder in equal payments in 6 and )2 months, with interest from day of sale, secured By deed of trust. Terms to be complied within five days from day of sale otherwise the Trustee reserves the right to resell at the risk and cost of the fir?t purchaser after one week's notice Conveyancing, including stamps, at the purcha ser's expense. ? WM H. WARD. Trustee, an 17 eeAds JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers EIGHT HAND80ME AND DESIRABLE BUILD INO LOTS AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, the 24th instant, at 6 o'clock p. m,, we shall sell, in front of the premises. Lots 17,18, 19, 2>, 21, 22 . 23. and 24, in Square 475. Lots 17.18. and 19 are handsomely situated on Boundary street, between 8th and 8th streets west, and the remainder are on 5th street, between Boundary and north S streets. All persons desirous of pur chasing handsome building lots would do well to attend the sale. This property is near the 7th street railroad depot, and in a part of the city which is being rapidly improved by neat resi dences. Terms of sale: One-third cash; balance in six, twelve and eighteen months, for notes bearing interest. A deed given and deed of trust taken. All conveyance and revenue stamps at the cost of the purchaser. au 13-dAds GREEN & WILLIAMS, Aucts. B Y JAS. 0. McGUIRE A CO.,Auctioneers. BBICR RESTAURANT BUILDING AND LOT ON K STREET, BETWEEN 19THAND20TH STREETS, NEAR THE WEST MARKET. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Au*. 24th, at 6>i o'clock, on the premiss, we shall sell part of Lot No. 16, in Square No. 86 fronting 18 feet on north K street, between 19th and 2 >th streets west, and running back 45 feet, improved by a two-story Brick House, 18x37, containing four rooms, and occupied as a restaurant. Terms: Two-thirds of the purchase money in cash, the remainder in 6 and 12 months, with in terest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the pur cb&86r an 17 d JAMES C. McOUIRE ACQ.. Aucts. |_?Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. PORTABLE HOUSE ON 8EYENTK STREET ROAD AT AUCVON. On THURSDAY, the 25th irfst,, at 6 o'clock p. m., we shall sell, in front of the premises, being the Hist portable house above the Park Hotel, on the "th street road, suitable for a photograph gal lery or i~utler store. Possession given immediate lya?^3?BCaSh'GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. Y WM, L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers. At the Horst Bazaar, 9*5 Louisiana av, TEN MILCH COWS ANDCALYES AT AUCTION. On THURSDAY MORNING, 25th inst.. aftlu o'clock, we will sell, at the Baza&r, 1 ? Milch Cows and Calves. Terms cash. _ au 22-3t* WM. L. WALL A CO., Aucts. B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. B ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE, BY ORDER OF TnE ORPHANS' COURT, OF THB PERSONAL EF FECTS OF THE LATE JOSEPH METLER. DE CEASED On SATURDAY, the 2Tth. at in o'clock a. m. we shall sell, in front of our 8tJre Rooms corner 7th and D streets, the personal effects of the late Joseph Metier, deceased, by order of the Administrator. Terms cash. an 24-3t GREEN A WILLIAMS. Ancts. |^Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. VALUABLE BUILDING-LOT ON THE NAVY YARD AT AUCTION. On TUE8DAY, the 3"th inst., at 6 o'clock p. m., we shall sell in front of the premises Lot 5. in Square 882. This property fronts 40 feet inches on south M street, and is between 6th and 7th sts. east, running back 129 feet 11 inches toa3"-foot alley. Terms: One half cash; balinco in six months, for note bearing interest. A deed given and a deed of trust taken. All conveyances and revenue stamps at the cost ol the purchaser. au 24 cl GREEN A WILLI AMS, Aucts. BY W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers. At '.hi Horst Bazaar, 'J? Louisiana avenue. HORSES, CARRIAGES, WAGONS AND HAR NESS AT AUCTION. On SATURDAY MORNING, 27th instant, at 10 o'clock, we will sell, at the Bazaar, about? FORTY HORSES, Including a stylish Black Hawk Morgnn Horse, and other 8addle and Carriage Horses. ALSO, Sets Single and Double Harness, 8*ddles and Bri dles, Family Carriages, Germantowns, Rock aways. Top and No-Top Buggies, Wa?on-. au 24 W. L. WALL A CO.. Aucts. J*Y J. C. McGUIRR & Co., Auctioneers. On TUESDAY AFT1RNOON, 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, aid 5th streets east, contain ing about 24.828 square feet, in lots to suit pur chasers. This property is located near Kendall ^Terms of sale: One-fourth cash; the balance in 6,12 and 13 months. Deed given and deed of trust taken to secure the deferred payments. All the writings and Government stamps at the cost of the ?archaBer8 J0HN E KENDALL, T. M. HANSON, SAMUEL N0RMENTx Committee of National Building Association. J. C. McGUIRR A CO., an 3-eoAds I Rep.] Auctioneers. ft^THE ABOVE SALE WILL TAKE PLACE at the Auction Rooms of Jas. C. McGuire on TUESDAY AFTERNOON. August 3 th. same hour JOHN E. KENDALL. T. M. HANHON. SAMUEL NORMENT. Committee of National Building Association, an 24 * J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. B Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. BEAUTIFUL FARM OR COUNTRY SEAT AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, the 3uth inst., we shall sell, at 5 o'clock p. ni.. on the premises, that beautiful piece or parcel of land attached to the former res idence of H. W. Blunt, Esq . near Tennallytown, about one and a half miles from Georgetown, on the Rockville Turnpike road. This land adjoins the binds of Messrs. Loughborough and Carter, and Mrs. A J. Lyle. This sale presents a rare opportunity to a gen tleman wishing a fine country seat, the neighbor! ing society being the very best, and posses.>ing all the advantages of proximity to town aud ma fcet. The view is beautiful, commanding a prospect of from twelve to seventy miles, of the most pic turesque and romantic scenery. The soil is kind, and well adapted to the culture of a vegetable gar den, the most of it having a beautiful southeast exposure. The land, which contains about twen ty-live acres. is susceptible of division into three or more lots, each of which contain beautiful building sites, and will be sold in separate lots, if desired, We respectfully invite the attention of persons wishing to purchase h handsome site for a private residence, and the public in general to this sale, as it presents veri rare inducements, and the sale ?will be well worthy of tlieir attention. Terms: One-half cash; balance in six months, for note bearing interest. A deed given and a deed *f trust taken. Title indisputable. au 24-d GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucts. gY J. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Aaetioneers. PEREMPTORY SALE~OF LOT CORNER OF NORTH G STREET AND ELEVENTH STREET BAST. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, August 31st. at 6o'clock, on the premises, we sballseil Lot No. 1, in Square 959, fronting 53 feet on north G street, at the corner of Uth street east, and running back 75 feet. Terms cash. Cost of conveyances to be paid by the purchaser, au 23 d J. C. McGUIRE Jt CO., Aucts. IMMEDIATE CURKOF CERTAIN MALADIES assuming a terrible aspect, by personally con sulting Dr. H. A. BARROW, of New York. Pro prietor of Triesemar, A c., A?..?professional duties requiring his presence at Washington for a few days. He may be accordingly consulted at the Eb bitt Honse, F street, between 13th and Uth, until September 3d, and no longer, as his numerous en gagement* renders it impossible t? prolong his stay, A judicious supervision and Inspection of dis eases ari-ing from imprudences, enables the prac titioner, experienced in those specialities, to adopt prompt ana unerring means to remove the blight, and purify the tainted system, which if allowed to take its course unchecked, assumes forms fearful to contemplate, therefore, those unfortunately com pelled to appear in the social circle with a system saturated with disease, or enfeebled by perverted habits, are exhorted to avail themselves of Dr. Bar row'6 opportune visit. ... ? , Hours of consultation at Ebbitt House, from 11 till 2, and from 4 until C, unless by special appoint ment. ^taepS,* rwiRIESEMAR?Protected by Royal Letter* Eat X ent of England, and secured by the seals of the Ecole de Pharmacie de Paris, and the Imperial College ofMedicine, Vienna. Triesmar No. 1 is the effectual remedy fer Relax ation, Spermatorrhoea, and Exhaustion of the Sys tem. Triesmar No. 2 has entirely supersede* th? nauseous use of Copavia, Cubebs, Ao. Triesmar No. I is the infallible remedy for all Impurities and Secondary Symptoms, thus obviating the us* of mercury and all other deleterious ingredients. Each preparation is in the form of a most agree able Loaenge. Secured from effects of climate and changes of atmosphere.? tin cases, at 13 each, or four Is cases in one for $9, and in $27 cases, thus saving >9. Divided in separate doses as ad minis tered by Valpeau, Sallemande, Romx Ac., Ac. Wholesale and retail by Dr. BARROW, No. 194 Bleecker street. New York. _ To be had also of 8. C. FORD, No. S<H> Pa. av?, corner Ilth street. mar?-6m* CCRIBED WORKS.?La Bohemienne. 26c,; Ber ? trand et Ratron, 26e.j Japhet,25c.-GustavoIII, 2bc.; Le Mariage enfantin, 26c.: Philibert Marie, 9fe. Le plarSeaji Jour de la Vie. 85c.; Le Yieux Marl,26e.; Lea OontM de la Seine de Navarre. 26o.; La Camaraderie, Me.; Le Moulin deJavelle Me.; Lee Malhears d'un amant heureaa, 26c.; La Dame de Pi?*e, 28c.: L' Heritiere, Me.; and many iKm. ftrtlmW. T1IU), AUCTION SALES. FUTURE OATS. B T W. L. WALL 4 CO., Auctioneers. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT AUCTION. On MONDAY MORNING.29th inet at 10 o'clock, at the large Double Houses, Nos. 47.> and 47T isth street, between Pennsylvania arena? and D f-treet. a large collection of Household Furniture, in good order, embracing Mabog&uj it Parlor Sofa, Tete-a-tete Arm and Side Chairs and Rockers Brocatelle and Lace Curtains, Shades Marble Center and Pier Tables Gilt Mirror and Paintings Mahogany Whatnot. Brussels Carpeting* Hall Hat Hack. Chain. OilCloth. and Matting Extension Dinine and 8 .de Tables and Chairs An assortment ot Glass and Table Ware Mahogany Bedsteads and Wardrobes Mahogany Marble top Dressing Bureaus ana Wasbstands Hair and Shuck Mattresses Feather Pillows and Bolsters, Blankets and Sheets Three ply and Ingrain Chamber Carpets, Mat ting, Ofl Cloth Curtains, and Shades, and Cornices Twenty Cottage Sets, various paterns. in cood order Two large Cook Stoves, and twenty other Stoves An assortment of Kitchen Furniture and Uten sils Terms cash. au 20-d W. L. WALL A CO.. Ancte. |^Y THOS. DOWLING, Auctioneer; Georgetown, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS AT ? ? AUCTION. On FRIDAY MORNING August 2?th, at IS o clock, I will sell, at No. 4;2 Gay street, between Grten and Montgomery, a general as?ortmeat.of Houfebold and kitchen Furniture, consistingo" Mahogany Parlor Chairs and Sofas Eureaus, Bedsteads. Washstands, Ac. Cane seat and other Chairs Feather Beds and Mattresses Carpets, Oilcloth snd Matting Refrigerator, Crockery and Glass Ware Walnut Extension Table Parlor, Cooking and other Stoves And many other reticles, too numerous to men tion. Terms cash. THOS. DOWLING, au 22 4t Auctioneer. B Y J, C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF NINE BUILDING LOTS ON 1ST STREET WEST, AT THE CORNER 0? SOUTH D STREET. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, August 30. at 6K O'clock, on the premie*, by virtue of a deed of trust,dated May 7th. 1857, and duly reeordedia Liber J. A. 8. No. 133, folios 22 et seq., we shall sell all of Lot No fi, in Square No. 633, fronting 140 feet on First street west, at the corner of south D street, and ranning back 80 feet, subdivided into f Lots lfixttO, and one Lot 2ux90. Terms cash. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. A cash payment of $2" on each lot will be required at the time of sale. HORATIO N. GILBERT, Trustee. Jy 27- d J. C. MOGUIRE A CO., Auctfl. Y J. C. MoGUIRE Sc. CO., Auctioneers. B CHANCERY BALE OF VALUABLE IMPROV** AND UN IMPROVED PROPERTY. Under and by virtue of a decree of the Hnpr*aM Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in; equity, passed July 5th, 1864, in a certain cacaOf wherein Sarah Ann Brown and ethers are cim Slainants. and Ambrose A. Brown and others art. efendants. No 221 equity, we shall sell on tho premises, on MONDAY the 29th dav of August, commencing with the first named, at 6 o'clock p. m.: Lot No. 1, in Square No. 5<38, fronting 3>'feet en north E street, at the corner of Second r-treet west, and running back ion feet to a 25 f?ot alley. Also, the north part of Lot33,in Jas C. McGnire'o subdivision of Square No 624. fronting 15 feet 7 inches oa Tenth street west, between G and H sts. north, and running back 130 feet 4 inches to a 3* foot alley, and improved by a three-storyBriok. Dwelling House. Terms : One-half in cash; the remainder in niM and eighteen months with interest from the dar of snle.to be secured by the bonds or notes of tha> purchasers, with a surety or sureties, to be ap proved of by the trustees. Upon the full payment cf the purchase money and interest, the trustees will convey the proper tJAll conveyances and stamps at the cost of tho purchaser. If the terms of sale are not comp'ied with in five days thereafter, the trustees reserve the right to resell, on one week's notice, at tho risk and expense of the d?"f*ulting purchaser. GEO. W. DUVALL ( Trnateaa NICHOLAS C. STEPHENS. < su 6-eoft ds JAB. C. McQUIRR A CO.. Auct*. pY JAS. C. MoGUIRE St CO., Auctioneers. SMALL BRICK HOUSE AND LOT ON MARY LAND AY., BETWEEN 4li AND 6TH 8T8.. AT AUCTION. On THURSDAY EVENING. Sept. 1st, at si* o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell p?rt of Lot T, in subdivisiou of Lots 7, 8, 10 and 11, in Square No. 492, fronting 15 feet on Maryland avenue, bet. 4}i and 6th streets, running back 145 feet to a wide Sublic alley, and improved by a two-story brisk welling now occupied as a Bakery. Terms : ?1,0:10 cash; balance in 6 and 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the I premises. i Conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser. au23-dts J. C. McGl'IRE A, CO., Aucts. j?Y JAS, 0. McGUIRE 4. CO., Auctioneer*. 1 RUST EE'S SALE Of^ BRICK DWELLING HOUSE AND LOT ON NORTH H, BETWEEN I3TH AND 14Tlf STREETS WEST. By virtue of a deed of trust from William H. Clampitt and wife, dated the 23d day of Septem ter, eighteen hundred and fifty eight, and duly iv corded in Liber J. A.S., No. 161, folios 437, 438,and 43a, one of the land recerds for Washington coun ty. District of Columbia, I will sell at public auc tion, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY AFTER NOON, September7th. at 6 o'clock, all that lot or parcel of land in the city of Washington, and Dis trict of Columbia aforesaid, being part of Lotg numbered one, twenty-nine, and thirtr, f 1, 21*. 30,> in Squa?e numbered two hundred and fifty, (250,) as said Lots and Square a<~e marked, laid down and distirguished on the plan of said city; beginning lor said part at a point oa the line of H street north, eight feet four inches (8 feet 4 inches) east of the southwest corner of said lot numbered one. and running ihence east sixteen feet eight inches, <16ieet8 inches.) thence north ninety-two feet, <S?2 feet.) thence wess sixteen feet eight inches. (is feet 8 inches,) thence south ninety-two feet (92 feet)tothe place of beginning, improved by awell built brick house with all the modern improve ments. This property lies Just east of the Demenotx buildings, and opposite the Presbyterian Church, and is one of the most desirable residences of itd class in the city. Tirms: One-half of the purchase money in cash: ?500 of which must be paid down at the time of sale, the remainder, with interest, in6montha. A deed will be given and a deed of trust taken to se cure the deferred payment. All conveyances, including revenue stamps, at the cost of the purchaser. Should the terms of sale not be complied with Jtvitliin threedays, the Trustee reserves tharight to re-sell at the risk and expenbes of the purcha ser, after giving one week's notice in the National Intelligencer, or other newspaper published in Washington, JNO. D. MCPHERSON, Trustee. au 22 d JO. MOGUIRE Sc PP., An of. QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE, Fikst Division, Washington, d. C.. August 17.18W Will be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION, to the high* est bidder, at Giesboro, D. 0 , on FRIDAY, AUGUST 2?.1?64, ONE HUNDRED TO ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY CAVALRY HORSES. These horses have been condemned as nnflt for the Cavalry service of the Army. For road and farm purpoBOtmanr food bargains may be had. Horses sold singly Terms: Cash in United States currency By order of the Quartermaster General. JAMES A. SKIN, Colonel in charge First Division, Q. M. D. au 8-8t fcJALE OF CONDEMNED QUARTERMASTER'S ?3 STORES. Chief Quartermaster'f Office, Depot of Washington,! Washington. D. C.. August 23,1864. I Will be sold at pnblic auction, at 7th atreet Wharf, in the city of Washington, on TUESDAY, August 3o 1S64, at 11 o'clock a. m., a lot of Quar termaster's stores, condemned as unfit for use( viz : About 920 bushels of oats, about 19 bushels of corn, panlins, buckets, chairs, shovels, picks, lan terns. scales, stovepipe, brooms, brushes, &c.( Ac., Ac. Also, at the same time and place, will be sold 85.UU condemned grain sacks Successful bidders will be required to remove tha st< ?res within five days from th- date of sale. Terms cash, in Government funds. D. H. RUCRER, Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster, au 23^7t Depot of Washington. Ruction sale of condemned horses. Wan Dipastmibt. Cavalkv Bussin, / Office of i"h uf (fum lerma.-t*r, S Washington. D C.. August 3, 1864.1 Will be Bold at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, at the times f?nd places named below, via: ^Reading, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Auguat 18, Ig^ltoona, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Auguit 21, 1 ^|^anon,P#nnsylvW3ia'THDa8DAY?Se?tember 'Harriaburg, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, Sep tembers. 18b4. TWO HUNDRED (joo) CAVALRY HORSES, at each place. These horses have been condemned as unfit foK the cavalry service ?f the army. For road and farming purposes, many good bar* gains may be had. Horses sold singly. Terms cash, in United States currency. JAMES A EKIN. Lt. Col. and Chief Quartremaster, au S-tse8 Cavalry Bureau, f\I880LUTI0N OF COPAB Copartnership existing b OWEN and SAM'L W. 0 WEN, 1 COPARTNERSHIP.?The between ED W ARB 5,.. ? ? ? . v ? ?, in the MiDtary and Naval Merchant Tailoring, under the drm of E. OWEN Sc. BON. for the last? rears, is this dar by mutual consent. The i ?? ,?L W1,|J be conducted by SAM'L W. OWBN, at their old stand ,819 Pennsylvan ia meats will bo mads of all outstanding debts dno the lata firm. , , Aim v'nwsu August 1.1864. faul-lm] BAWL W. OWEN. Dr. J. B.VMS^Mem^?St!?^itoyal V. 8. DAr. moderate.. Alio, Horses ? bought and sold on commisaion. Office at J. O. Howard's. G street, between 6th and Tth, Wash Inaton. nnt-lm rOB8ALE-;An aNo. 1, p?lr 0f MULES, match very cloaelv, the same size, about 6 years old. Bold only beeauee the owner has no farther u?e for them. Can be seen at the Three Ton's Stables. Sd street east, botween M and N streets, near Wil liams A Jolly's wharf. an 1S-R*

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