Newspaper of Evening Star, September 3, 1864, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 3, 1864 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. ?1?78?????8 ?? -?????. Cabtbbbcby.?Another good bill as an nounced at this place for *^**\?*? Sutherland, Salile Sunderland, BillynfaiBMS> son Mulligan. West, Williams, and indeed the ?Ure^lro?^maleand femaleL??W_?ta 3ong, dance, ballet, amusing Ethiopian acts, Ac. EllibobbA Footb will give their closing entertAinm.nt to-night at Odd Fellows'Hall. There witl no doubt be a crowded house, as Com. Foote takes a benefit. He Is a popular individual, and the ladies will be anxious to ?et one of bis pictures, which he will distri bute es remembrances. The entertainment to-night will be unusually interesting. Fori s Thbater ?The beantllul Irish dra ma of ".Shandy Maguire," and the protean farce of the "Young Actress," will be perform ed at Fcrd's to night, Dy Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Florence and the fine stock company. The Florences appear to b >come more popular each reason, It is certain that large audiences nipbtly give them inthuaiaetic receptions at Ford's. National Democratic Association.?The Association had another meeting last night, at Parker's Hall, wi:n Capt James Maguire in the cbair, and Mr. W. M. Wallington acting as secretary. The Association transacted no business, ex cept to admit new members, and W. H. Brea ton, Wm. Stansbury, H H. Hazard, Sampson P. Moses, and Samuel Grimes were proposed and elected. Mr. Lyons propos-'d Mr Thos. S. McNeiras a member. Tbe Chair suggested tbat gentlemen as soon as elected ought to come up and pay their dues and sign the constitution. He was opposed to entertaining propositions for members other wise. Mr. Lyons said Mr. McNeir was not present, and wonld not be ibis evening. Tbe Cbair then would not entertain tbe mo tion for bis election. Mr. Lyons excepted to tbe ruling, and ap pealed from the decision of the Chair. He held tbat it had been the custom to elect members and let tbem pay their dues afterwards. They bad to be elected before they could sign the constitution. Mr. Lyons demanded to have his question put, and bave the matter tested. [At tbis time there was some confusion in the ball, and those present began to gather around the platform.] Mr. Samnel Mills here stepped forward and paid 9*.' for Mr. McNeir. Mr. Lyons.?1 call for a vote on my motion. The chair?Never mind; it's all settled now, the money is paid. Mr. Lyon?No, sir: I object. I want the question tested [Confusion and cries of ques tion.] Voice.?I nominate Mr. John Hodgson. The chair?Mr. John Hodgson is nominated. All in favor of his election? Mr. Lyon.?Mr. President, I call for a vote on my motion. [Excitement,] Voice.?I move we adjourn. Mr. Lyon.?Mr. Chairman, I have the lloor. 1 demand a vote. Tbe cbair?Ob, that matter is all settled. rConfusion and noise.] All In favor of Mr. Hodgson's election say aye: all opposed, no. Mr. Bodgaon is elected. The gentleman will please come forward and pay bis two dollars. [Renewed excitement and confusion, amid which some one nominated Mr. Robert H. Boswell ] The chair.?Is he present 1 The proposer.?No, sir, and he will not be. I want to test this question. [Cries of question, question, motions to ad lourn, Ac, amid rnuc-b excitement.] Some one wanted to know what constituted a member. The cbair decided it was tbe two dollars and tbat no motion tot membership could be en tertained unless candidates were present to pay and sign the constitution. The decision of the chair was again appealed from, and the secretary was asked to read the clause of tbe constitution referring to the sub ject. The Secretary read as follows : "Section 5. Any citizen of the United States who is a qualiled voter in any of tbe States or Territories may be proposed for membership in tbis association at any of its public meetings. If ne objection is road- be sball be regarded as having been elected at once. But if objected to the nomination shall lie over till the next regular or special meeting, at which time a vote of three-tourths shall be necessary to elect him. An initiation fee of two dol'ars in all cases to complete tbe qualifications for membership. Corresponding members and honorary mem bers may also be elected by the Association at a general or special meetlnir." Amid a great deal of confusion tbe Cbair managed at last to mage himself beard, and put the question thus: All in lavor of abrogating this article ot the constitution will say aye. Voices?No, no, that is not tbe question. It is whether the chair's construction ot tbe clause is correct. Tbe question was finally put and the chair was not sustained in bis decisions. Mr. Jobn Boutz was nominated. The chair.?Come on now with your names; any can be members whether they pay money or not. Mr. Bont? was elected,las were also a Mr. Busbell and Mr. Henry Turpin, and then tbe meeting adjourned to take a drink upon the in vitation of one of the members. M2KTING in the Fifth Ward.?Last even ing a meeting of the Demo rats of the Fifth Ward was held in tbe building at tbe corner of Pennsylvania avenue and 3d street east, for the purpose ot forming an association to unite with ihe National Democratic Association In cele brating the 17th of September; but owing to some unknown cause there were but few who assembled?less than fifty. The meeting was called to order by Mr. A. Dodge, on-whose motion Mr. Thompson Van Riswick was called to the chair, and Mr. B. F. Beers appointed secretary. Afterfr^ading the call tor tbe meeting, a committee, composed of Messrs. A. Dodge, Thomas Wells, and John W. Meade, were appointed to draft a constitution lor the asssociation. Mr. Dodge moved that a committee of five be appointed to gei up transparencies und make arrangements for attending tbe meeting. Mr. Jobn W. Meade mo ved that the committee have power to collect money from the Demo crats ot tbe ward. Some one in tbe back part of the room sug gested tbat transparencies had better be dis pensed with, as these were not ordinary times, and some might be offended. In times past transparencies were often tbe source of mirth, but there was no telling, in these days of excite ment, but tbat a simple inscription on a trans parency might raise a row, and he expressed the hope tbat they wonld be abandoned. Mr. Dodge thought that anything tbey (the Democracy) might do would insnlt tbe Repub licans, and there was no necessity for doing away with transparencies to suit them, because tbey were as mad ai they could be anyhow, and he believed that It was as well to die lor a sheep as a lamb. Tbe motion to appoint a committee of arrange ments was adopted, and Messrs. Isaac Beers, Jobn Doely, Jobn W. Meade, Tboraas Wells, and John O'Donnel, were appointed; and the meeting adjourned to Tuesday evening next. Cbnteb Market To-DAV.?Iteef, best cute, per pound, 3oc; next, Sfa, Sait Beef, 15a20c, Dried Beef, 25c. Veal, 20c Mutton, best cbops,5 2c. Lamb, per pound, 25c. Pork, freeb, 25c. Pork, corned, 25c. Bacon, hams, uncut, 30c;sliced, 35c, breasts, 25c; shoulders, ?5c Butter, fftatOe. Chickens,per pair, ftlafta. Docks, per pair, ?1.25. Fggs, per dozen. 30c Tomatoes, per peck, 5<;c. Pear?, per peck, 50a?I. Cymblins, per dozen, 15.25c. Cucumbers, 30c. Oreen Corn, per dozen, 3?a40c Apptes, per peck, new, 5??; dried, bOc.a*! Potatoes, Irish per leek, feoc Sweet potatoes, ?0. String BeaDs, per peck, 4uc. Peaches, new, per peck, 5tiaf I; dried, per qt., 25c. Cherries, dried, 25c; Beans, butter, 30c: wbite. 10al2c Raddishe?, bb, 5*10c Beets,l<>:. Onions, per pk., *lal.2>. Cabbage, per bead, EMSSe. Lettuce, per head, jali c. Fish ?Hock, large,each, 92 50a*3; small, per bh, SOae'ic; halibut, per lb, 20c; sea bass, 15c; blue fteh, 15c ; lobster, 12c; sturgeon, 15c; pike, per bunch, 50c ?ni; percb, 50c Rye, per bushel, ffl.75a92. Cornmeal, 92. Shipstuff, ?leaf 1.10. Brown stuff, 65c. Shorts, 50c. Corn, shelled, 92 ; in tbe ear, per barrel, 910 .i.ti2 5ii. Oats, per bushel, s ? a? 1.25. Hay, em cwt., 91.75*92. Straw, *l.5i?i92. Clover sy, 91.25B91 50 Egg Plants, each, 10c; Can teloupeB, 10B2SC Watermelons, 25a50. Dam sons, pk, 75. Plums, per quart, 15a25c. Gbovbb'r Theater will be reopened on Monday night next, with the celebrated War ren Comedy Combinlation, tbe principal of wnom are Mr. Wm. Warren, Miss Josephine Orton, Mr. Charles Barron and Miss Emily Mestayer. All tbeae names are well and fa vorably known in tbe theatrical world. Mr. V, arren himself ha? all the vim and vigor of hia younger days, and is noted as one of the rnoet pleasing comedian? on the stage. Bnt, in addition to the abeve, we find such names aa Mr. aad Mrs C. B. Bishop, F A Goasln, J. E. McCollam, Mrs. J. T. Fannia, and many oth ers. The theater has been completely reno vated aud redecorated during the summer va cation. Mr. Charle? Koppitzremains in charge of tbe orchestra. Mr. D. A. Strong has got up entirely new scenery. " " ABOTHBR ExEMPTIOBFuBDCLDB -????G? T. M. Hanson and others have organized an exemption fund club, fer the purpose of en abling members to obtain substitutes lt drafted' Tbe number of the club to limited to one hun dred. Mr. Reason Is treasurer, and tlOO de posited with hua will be of advantage to tbe sabscrlher. * ??????????? Pia????arawob.?Day before yeeterday, Mrs Rose Farley, aa old lady, between 75 and PO years of age. came on here from Philadelphia, accompanied by her daugh ter, for the purpose of seeing her son, Corporal Hugh Farley, of the 61 et regiment Pennsyl vania volunteers, who was wounded and sick at Lincoln Hospital. The son died yesterday morning, and Mrs. Farley made arrangements with Drs. Hrown A Alexander to have the body embalmed. In the absence of her daugh? ter, the old lady wandered off, and has not since been heard of Rv reason of age she is feeble and childish, and It is feared eome acci dent bas befallen her. She had abDUt fjlO with her, and in ber wanderings she may have got Into the bands of some of the land sharks, who have no respect for any class or condition of women, and robbed. Her'dauirhter, Mrs Oran ti all, who is with a relative on 4? street, is much distressed at the disappearance of her mother. -** PBOFBP80R Alexander Wolowski has re opened his rooms for a new class for singing and pianoforte course. From the established reputation of Professor Wolowski's new sys tem of instruction, and particularly the extraor ?linary promptness of bringing out voices and rerderine them po?-erful and flexible, we feel no apprehension of his success, particularly as tbe Professor is opening new singing classes on very moderate terms, to enable the public in penerai to be I eueflted by his stiy in our Metropolis. Professor Wolowski is also ready to receive those ladies and gentlemen who wonld like to become artists er professors, and will give al? .1 harmony lessona. His residence is No. 4P5 E street, between Pennsvlvania avenue and ICth street, above J. N. Callan's Drug Store. _ Excitement at the Tneater.?At Ford's Theater, last night, after a round of applanse had been given to Mr Florence, he stepped forward and requested the audience to ??give Oen. Sherman aronnd.as news had just been received tbat be had entered Atlanta with his victorious army." The audience immediately rose, and cheered so vociferously that some time elapsed before the play could proceed. The enthusiasm was so great that many left the house, too much excited at the glorious news to sit still to witness the remainder of the per formance. Pic-Nic on Monday.?On Monday next (af ternoon and evening) tbe Osage Tribe of the order of Red Men, will give a pic-nic at 7th street Park. The committee is an excellent one and tbeir names are a sufficient guaran tee that no pains will be spared to make the entertainment a most delightful one. Closed.?A cotemporary says that the Smithsonian library will be closed for a month while the librarian is ?" absent from the city." It might aa well be permanently closed for all the use it is to the public at large. 8PKOIAJ_ NOTICES. Tub only placb in this city to get beautiful Oold Plated Jewelry and Silver PHted Tea Spoons for only one dollar is at the Dollar Jewelry Store, 43?* Pa.av.near 4'j ?t. lt* "A Slight Colp," Cocons.?Few are aware of the importance of checking a Cough or "slight M>:'/"in its first stage; that which in the begin ning would yield toa mild remedy, if neglected, soon attacks the lungs. "Brown's Bronrhtal Tro chts" give sure an<l a.most immediate relief. Mil itary Offers and soldiers should have them, as tbey can be carried iu the pocket and taken as occasion requires. au 25-lm Corns, riunione. Ingrowing Nails,etc. Persons wishing immediate relief from these troublesome annovancee, should call at Dr. White's rooms. No. 4.'-I pr.nn'a av, bet. 4)? and Oth sts. au l7-tf Do t?? celor your whiskers snd moustache* If so, use the "Japanese Hair Stain." No hair dye in the world equal to it. Only one preparation. It colorea natural black or brown. Only cocente a box. S. C. Ford, ti eoSm_290 Pa. avenue. Bole Ag A New ???pt?? fob thb Hanbkbbohisf. Phalon's "NightBlooming Cereus." Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereus." Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereus." Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereus." Phalon's ?'Night Blooming Cereus.' Phalon's "Night Blooming Cereae." Phalon's "NightBlooming Cereus." A most ev.qr.i-it->, delicate and fratrrant perfume disti.led from the rare and beautiful flower from which it takes its name. Manufactured only by Piialob ? 8o?, N. 7. BBWARB OP C00BTBBFEIT8. Ask roa Pbalob'b?Takb bo Othkb. Je 16-3m gold by druggists generally. Colgate's Hobbt Soap. This celebrated Toilet Soap, in euch aniversal demand, ie made from the choicest materials, is mild and emollient in ite nature, fragrantly scent ed, and extremely beneficial in its action upon the ekin. For eale by all Druggistesfhd Fancy Good? Dealers. _]a3S-eoly BtOBBT DlSBABBS. Samaritan's Gift i? 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 boars 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, WS. Samaritan's Root and Herb Juices? A positive and termanentcure forSyphilie,8crofuIa,Ulcere,Soree pots. Tetter?. Ae. Price ?!, or six bottles for 99 Sold by 8. 0. Ford. 8ee advertisement, m* ???????????? OAB BB CDBED.?Dr Kind's 8M Oific cure? Spermatorrhaa, Seminal Weakness, Im ?ctency, Loss of Power, etc., speedily and effectually. ts effect? are truly magical. A trial of the Specific will convince tbe roost skeptical of ite m?rite. Price 91 a box. Sold by b.C. Ford, eoraer 11th street and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Oook, Alexandria. Ja9-ly Disbasbs or tub Nervous, Semibal, Uribabt ARD Sexual St-tkms-new and reliable treatment ?in Reports of the Howard Association?Sent by mail in eealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address D. J. Skillin Hough ton, Howard Asso ciation, No. 3 Bouth Ninth street, Philadelphia, Fa._Je 30 3m Da. DcroBT's Sugar-coated Female Regulating Pills are the very best in uss. They operate speedily and effectively, and being sugar-coated create no nausea upon the most delicate stomach. A trial ox theae Pille will prove their superiority over all others. Price 91 a box. Bold by 8. C. Ford, corner Uth street and Pa. avenue,Washington,and Henry Oook. Alexandria ]aS-ly Wabbabted t? Cosa ia BixDatb.?Dr. Godfrey's Antidote, an English Sp?cifie of sixty-five years' etanding, will cure Gonorrhoea in six days. No change of diet required. Price 91 per bottle. Sold by 8. G. Ford, corner Uth etreet and Pa. avenue. Washington, and HenrvCook. Alexandria, la ?-ly THBCBBArgSTABOBBSTRAIB DVB IB THB VVOKLD ?Never Fades or Washes Out.?Upham's Hair Dye, to cents a box. The best in use. Try it. Sold by S. O Ford, corner 11th street and Penn. avenue, Washington; and Henry Cook, Alexandria. a 6-lv _ Nbbvoob Debility, Sbkibal Wbaebbss. etc.. Can Bt Cured by one who has really cured himself and hundreds of ethers, and will tell you nothing tat the truth. Address, witn stamp, Bdwabb H. Tbavbb, marl DAW.ly_Lock Box. Boston, Mass. ?HARRIED, ?On the 2d inet , at the parsonage, 420 Ma'?. av?Tjue, by the Rev. John Thrush, THOMAS J. RIDWkLLand SARAH STOBM. all of this city. DIED, On the 2d inst.. after a short bst painful illness. BDWABI) HADEN, only ?on of L. O. and A ? Magruder, aged 4 months and 7 days. * Ota the morning of the 3d instant, YOU8UFF BEY . in the ?38th year el his age, native of Besara - bia. in the Kingdom? of Turkey, but for the last 13 year? ? resident of this country. His funeral will t\ke place to-morrow (Sunday) morning at 10 o'clock, from the residence ofH. Xelowski, No. 301 Pa. ave , between 9th and inth streets webt. ? On 'he morning of the 3d instant, CHARLES HENRY, tbe infant son of John W. and Olevier {Sinclair, aged 2 month? end 15 days. Those sparkling eyes once dear and bright, No mure cur heart- ehall cheer, * But in a glorious world of light Th*y will in bli?s appear. Tbe funeral will take place to morrow at 3 o'clk. ftom the residence of his parent?, on 2d ?t.. bet. Renn'aav.and Ost. The friends of the family axe invited to attend, ? On tbe Sd instant, ELI.Y, beloved daughter of Victor and Mary Beyer, aged Shears and ? month?. Her luLeral will take place on Saturday, 3d of September, at 3 o'clock p. in., at the residence of her parents, TJniontown. Ala? t hew changed that blooming flower. Which bloomed and cheered my heart ; Fair, i!e?ting comforts of an hour, How aoon we are called to part. A flower that I once sat by And loved to see her smile ; Bn,? W^'L*? I eased upon her charms, It faded by my Bide. But ok 1 the? hopes that withered there Upon tbat dying bed ; Wnea tbat bright eye In death was dim. That soul from earth had tied. My Blly, oh, my sweetest BUy, Though forced with ti ee to part. Thou n? ver will feel or know The grief that wrung my heart. Farewell, dear mother and father dear, To rest with Chriet ie now my gaia. Dry up your tear? sud weep no more ; 1 am not loet, but gone before. * On the23th of July, in Prince Edward'e county, Va . at the reni leu. e of her uncle, H. T. Paire, ??q .CLARA, eecond daughter of the late John B.Holmead, of this city. _ ? STAMPINO AND BMBBOIDBRING done with neatness and dispatcL, and a' the lowest priese, At 4 31 Mssaachusetui avenue, near the Northern Liberty Market. an 84 lm WANTS. ?srANTED-A GERMAN GIRL FOR A NTJRSE. vv Must come w?ll recommended. Appi t at-.251 I street between nth snd 18th ets._sepS Jt* V17 ANTED-A 8ITUAT10N ?s nurse or cham v ? bermiiid b* a young woman who e?n come well recommended. Addres? Box 15, Star Of fice_It* WANTED IMMKDIATBTTY-A steady~MAW to work at Bill Pos'lng. Inquire at Bill Poetin? Office.No. 324 Pennsylvania avenue. sep 3-2t*_L. MOXLBY. AN EXPERIENCED TEACnER OP THE OR dinary English branches, wishes emp oyment as an assistant. Address "Miss B. A./'George towD.D.C._ it* WANTKD-ABOY or YOUNG M JHT. Ma*t la businfsf like and write a good hand. Inquire at No. 5il 9th street, near Penn. avenue. ? H. MILLRH. sep3-3t^_Justice of the Peace._ l\7ANTED-On? white ging e PARM_BAND. y ? Also.oneortwo youugDOGSf? or 8 months "f lsre-p and fierce breed for farm purp >??'?. ? ? ?. r? ss Hox2H7 Post Office, or apply at this oui ce. sep3-St*_ ? YOUNG LADY WISHES A SITUATION TO -* take care of a furnished hous??; and ean sp^a'fc Gernnan and Engl sh; can cume well recom mended. Inquire on 1. th st., between G an! H. 415._'_'_It* W ANTED-Tne^opt bv a fcmily without chil dren, a ? A I.? IN? ANT. from its birth. Ad dress Mrs CHAS. M. THOMAS. Post Office for one week, stating where the child may be --en, sep3 3t*_ \\7 ANTED?A SITUATION in a Grocery 8tere, ? ? on or near Pennsylvania avenue, ter a youth sixteen years of sgf?. Be?* of r*feren*e ?riven. AddrfS?Dr. CHARLES A. WELLS, Bladensbtirg, Prince George County, Md. _ sepS 4t* 117ANTED IMMEDIATELY-A COACHMAN". vv CHILD'S NURSE. a"d WOMAN to cook, wash, and iron. Apply to K. F PAGE, Auction snd Commission Merchant, 502 7th st .under Odd Fellows' ??11._sep 3 WANTED IMMEDIATELY?Three journey men CARPBNTER8. The best wages paid and constant employment Apply on Louisiana avenue, between 9th and luth streets, opposite the Central Guardhouse. It* NORBEOK A CRAMBLITT. QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE, First Division, Washington CiTr, An?ust3t, 1*51. BORSES, HORSES, HORS?S Borges suitable for Cavalry and Artillery service will be purchased atGiesboro'Depot.inopen mar ket, till October l, 1864. norses will be delivered to Captein L. Lowry Moore, A.Q. ? , and be subjected to the usual Gevernrcent inspection bcfore being accepted. Price of Cavalry Horses. ?175 each. Price of Artillery Horses.?130 each. Payment will be made f?r siv (6' and more. JAMES A ERIN, Colonel first Divi-ion, sep3-lm_QuartermssterJSeneral's Office. WANTED TO RENT-Part nfs FURNISHED BOUSE.suitable for a small family. Address Box 4? StarOffice._se ? 3 3t* WANTED-A WET NURSE, either white or colored. Apply at No. 417 12th street, bet. New York avenue and I street._sep 2 3t* W"ANTED- A WHITE GIRL as Nurse. M??st come well recommended. Apply at No. 44? 13th st^, bet. E and F streets. _sep2-2t? BY A YOUNG MARRIED COUPLE, en or before the 1st ot October, a small HOUSE, rr rooms suitable for housek> eping. Address Boss, Star office._Bes).?-3t* A YOUNG MAN wishes to get somekind of EM PLOYMENT. Has been in the sutler bnsi netstwo *ears. Address A. B. C . Star Office. _ sep 2 3t*_ WANTED-A good RREAD BARER, to work as second band. Inquire at 490 llth street, between Pa. avenue and E street, or corner 4H and L streets. Island._se ? 2 3t* WANTED?By a genteel Southern family, com posed of four grown person?, a small FUR NISHED HOUSE, or Furnished Apartment?, with faeilitim for cooking. Rent must be moderate, snd situR'ion convenient to the Convent, in Georgetown, Address "Georgia,"'StarOffice. sep ? 3t*_ WANTED TO BXCHANGE-Arowof BRICK vv HOUSES, situated i na first-class manufac turing town of 15,111" inhabitants, near a large city, and in the immediate vicinitv of extensive iron and glass manufactories Will exchange for im proved real estete in or near this city. Address fKeal Estate " Star office._sep 2 3t* WANTED?A respectable German GIRL todo general housework. Apply at No. -J!-2 7th st.^bet. Land M._sep I3t* OYSTER PHUCRER WANTED, at the Orienta Restaurant, corner7th ?treet and Mass. ave. sep l-a??_A.C0PPE8, Proprietor. FIRST-CLASS BARBER WANTED IMMEDT ATELY?Good wages given. Also, a WIG MAKER At DEMONGEOT'S Human Hair Store corner D std mth streets._sep 1 3t* ???^???? BOUNTY FOR ONE YEAR.-Wanted ??.JUU VOLUNTEERS (white? for one year. Apply lo A. WATSON, 474 east side llth street, bet w Bea E and f. st 1 and .*? p, m._an 31-3 w* W~ANTED-A WOMAN (white) to cook. Also one to wash dishes and make beds. Apply at tbe Gosling House, No. 249 i's. svenne, between 12ih and 13'h streets._au3>tf FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED.-Wanted, s small and comfortably furnUhed House, con tainiig fix or ei?ht rooms. One within a half mile of the intersection of 14th street aud New York avenue preferred. Address Box 205, Wash ington city Post Office._an gB_ft WOOD CHOPPERS WANTED?Any man who will get up a gang of fifty choppers will be appointed superintendent of them, snd will re ceive a ?alary of fifty dollars per month and board. Apply to W. BRAMALL, 519,12th street, opposite tbe Kirkwood House. au SB-lw* WANTED?Two Hundred COLORED MEN. Appi au 29 tf Apply st No 40 Water street, Georgetown. w WANTED?Two steady, industrious BOYS, one each to learn the Harness and Trunkraaking business. Apply st 500 7th street._au 29 tf 'ANTED?Every Lady in the District to know that I bave received a new and beautiful ma chine, and am now preparad to Flute goods twelve inches in width, and deeper than any other establish ment in the country. As this was what was wanted by tbe Ladies, we can now do 7 FLUTING! FLUTING! superior to any done in tbe lars-e cities. Only place in town. LADIES STAMPING DEPOT, 3*1 Fst.,oppo. Patent Office._auZ7-tf OLD B0TTLE8 WANTED! ___. OLD BOTTLES WANTED! The highest cash price will be paid for? Whole Champagne Bottles, Half do. do. Pint Porter do. Pint Ale do. Pint Ale Jugs. fte.. Ac..by_ RILEY A. SHINN, Union Bottling Depot, Georgetown, D. C. N. B.?Any person having large quantities of Old Bottles on hand, can have tbem taken away by notifying me. [au 18-lm] R. A. SHINN. WA ? ? E D-50.000 LADIES to call at PRINCE'S STAMPING AND FLUTING DEPOT, 381 ?street, opposite Patent Office and get their STAMPING, FLUTING, AND PINKING DONE. We are the only persons in town who make the business an exclusive one. Constantly receiving and making up new pattern? for Braid and Silk Embroidery. New and elegant patterns received weekly for Yokes, Bands, Pantaletts, Capes, Shawls, Slippers, Pin Cushions, ftc. an 12-tf WA ? ? E D-8BC0ND HAND BURNITURE Al?o. MIRRORS, 0ARPET8, BEDS, BED DING, and H0U8BF?RNI8HINGGOOD8 of every description. B. BUCHLY, 42-7th street. Je 8-tf between G and H, east side. GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS C~i EORGETOWN CORPORATION STOCK. - a Thus? person? who maybe disposed to par chase Georgetown Corporation Stock, which bears ?? interest of six per cent, per annum, payable quarterly, can obtain som? by applying to WM. DAIRD. Clerk of said Corporation. Je_9-dt01 ?pOWINO PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, bytbe 1 Petomac Tow Company'? boat?, "Potomac." "Gov. Curtin" and "Bell? Haven." Apply to tb? Captains on board, er to_ _ JOHN B. DAVIDSON, my IS- Water street. Georgetown. TO THE CITIZENS CF WASHING TON AND VICINITY. _ We invite the attention of citizens _ of the District, who wish to purchase CHINA, CR(?CKERY,'GLABe WARe.OUTLERY. or PLA TED WARE, to our ?lock, which ?b very complete in every department, and at lower prices than the same class of goods can be purchased in Northern cities. WEBB A- IlKVEHTDGE, au 31 10t"if_Odd Fellows' Hall, 7th street. M ASSEY COLLINS A CO.'S PHILADELPHIA DRAUGHT ALB AND PORTER. I am now receiving large quanti tie? of DRAUGHT ALE snd PORTER from thia celebrated brewery, Which I am prepared to furnish on short notice to all persons who favor me witb their orders. Order? given to my drivera will be promptly at tended to. Good? delivered in all parts of Washington snd Georgetown,free of charge. RILEY A. SHINN. Ageat. Union Bottling Depot, 57 Green street jti^S_Georgetown, D. fl. CUTTER. 0HE,BBI D. B. DUTBOW A BEO., * G Q 8 ' Who tesale Dealer?, su H) in?_No. 450 8th ?treet. ?TV VETERINARY 8?RGE0N? LPr. J. B. MoKA Y, Member of tbe Royal V. 8. Ciliege. Edinburgh. All Disease? ef the; Beras treated in tb? moat scientific man ner. Charges moderate. Also, Borsosi bought sad sold oa commission. Office at J. Q Howard'?, Qstreet, between ?th end 7th, Wash ington. _ ________ SOBIBMWt^sV-La Boh?mienne, ?se,; Ber trand st Rateos, asej Japhet, Me.: Gustave III, tec; Le Mariage enfantin, pec-Philibert Mari? ?Se.? Le ?laiTeau Jour de Is Vie, 25c.; Le Vieux Mari, ?e.; Les Coatoads la Reine d? Navarre, ??c. ; La Camaraderie, ?Se.; Le Moulin de Javelle 85c; Le? Malheur? d'un amant beurean, ss?.; j__ Dame de Pique. 26?.: L'Bentiere, ?So.; sad mas* esaer?. last Importe?. _______ _______ tesi_FRANCK TAYLOR _? AND FOR BALE -Apply at tbe first house frota ?o the Eastern Branch Bridge. aa t-ln_* i I l? FOB RENT AND SALB. f^OR BENT-A TWO STuRY HOUSE on Uth ?tr-et. near th?? corner ? et Inquire aj L. GODFREY, c?.rner I3tb and ? et. ?epS-tt* ^?^OR 8A 1,1-??,,.etory BRICK ??G9?. with Os_ and Water, II roome: good garden, with ump Poe?e?eion given October I Price. $5 OH). ?1 I ?tre-t north,Vtween 6th and 7th ?ept fit' FOR RINT-A ?argeand well arranged HOUSE on I ?tr? et. between ?th and 1 sf ete. Aoply to J*8 f! ? rei IRE A CO., Auction and Com? mi>ei*n Merchants. __aep.V6t FPOR RENT-? em?lFFCRNISHED HOUSE. containing five rooms, situate?! on 10th street north, het ? and E In luire of LCDLOW, WIL LIAM8A CO., ."?33 9th street, or on the premises, sep 3_fA? FOB SALB-The entire FIXTURES of a retail (i roc??: ? St ore. consisting of Coun'er, Shelving, Scales. Measure?. Ac. Ac Apply to M. CHITRCH ILL A CO , corner ?th and L streets. Washington, D. C._K* F*OR SaLB-The GOOD WILL. PIXTURE3 and STOCK o' th? Grocery Store. T^^eti st.. Island, to a cat-h purchaser. Satisfactory reasons given tor selling out. Apply onth? premises, sep 3-3t? _ f^ORRENT-Four furnished BED ROOM , two ????.ORS. and a UASBMENT suitable f t of fra. A pplv at No. 4-4 E street, between 8th and Pth. north side. Also. two Frame Houses for sale. eep3-3t*_ ?^OR RENT~A~FR?CK HOOK, e ut?iningsix rooms, situated c 13th ?tree-?, between M and N. Also, a FRAME HOUSE, containing 4 rooms situated on Virgiiiia avenue, between Oth and 10th sts Apply to D.HAUPTMAN, SliUth st.. n>sr Pa. av._ Rep 3-2t* FOR RENT?a large, handsomely turnishei and very desirable FRONT ROOM. Inquire at No. 537 )? H Btreet. between 6th and 7th sts. sep lit* I4TKNI8HBD ROOMS FOB RENT. WITHOUT Board. Reference required. Apply at No. 320 New York av.. bet. 9tn and l? th sts. sep 2-lw* A FURNISHED ROOM, suitable for one or two gentlemen,at 431 12th street, between H st. ana New York avenue._B8?2-3t* TO RENT?Handsomely FURNI8HBD ROOMS, with use of Kitchen; 332 Ost., bet. 12th and 13th sts._sep2-3t* FOR RENT-An ?xcelleut BRICK HOUSE, on V?sshington etreet. Georgetewn. Inquire of GBORGB II. VAKNELL, No. 31 Market Space, Georgetown._sep 2-it* FOR SALE-? two story BRICK HOUSE on 1st street, third house above L. Immediate pns aeesien given. Gas, water and bara. Callandsee. Rare bargain._sep 2 3t* F?R^RENT-A well-farnished HOUSE, con taining sixteen rooms, at No. 74 Missouri avenue, near 3d street. Possession given imme diately. Inquire ob the promisee^_sep 2 3t* FURN?SnED~ROOM~FO~R7~RKNT-On the first floor. 10th Btreet. between L and M, No. 3.17. Suitable for one or two gentlemen. References required._sep 2 3t* "POR SALE?Two small HOUSES and LOTS sit uated on 7th street east, between ? and C ptreets south, for sale cheap. For particulars inquire of A. G. PUMPHREY, No. Ml 7th street east._sep2-3t* A-No. 1 CHANTE ? The old established and well known CENTRAL BOWLING SALOON, in excellent cordition, and doing a good business, i? offered for sale Inquire at the Saloon, Pa. av., between 10th and 11th ?t?.__sep 2-3t* F~OR RENT-SECOND STORY of Brick House, containing three unfurnished rooms, in a re spectable neighborhood, suitable for a sma'lfami lv; price S20 per month. Address "A. B. C ," CiU Post Office. sep 2 2t* ?VOR SALE-The FIXTURES of a Steamed Oyster G Saloon, everything new and in good order, Boiler, Iron Bars. Counter, and one very large Transparency Sign. Inquire at the Dew Drep, 193 bth Btreet._sep 2-3t* riMIE fcOOD WILL AND FIXTURES OF A 1 RESTAURANT FOR BALH-The house con tains five rooms, kitchen and cellar. The cause for selling is the proprietor wishes to change his business. Apply to 44 hast Market Space, George town, D. C._sep 2 it* RARE CHANCE.-A fine BR?OK HOUSB for sale, containingeight rooms, with bath room and cellar, in a respectable neighborhood. Loca tion healthy. Situated on 6th etreet. between M and ?, No.203. Inquire on the premises. Pos se-Sion given when sold. Price, li?.? thousanddol 1.?:rs. part on time; or four thousand live hundred dopare, all cash._se ? 2 3t DWELLING HOUSE FOR SALE-? DWELL ING HOUSE, containing nine rooms, having a fr? nt of 2S feet, by a depth of 33 feet, with a lot extending back U".? feet to an alley; situate! on ? street Fouth, Capitol Hill, near New Jersey ave. Also, a vacant LOT on 2d Btreet west, between E and F streets north. N C TOWI.N. sep 2-3t* Office of Register of Deeds. 1?OR RENT?A three-story,modern built BRICK DWELLING, on Virginia avenue, (Island) within od e minute walk of the 7th street city ra?l FOR SALE-Two etory BRICK HOUSE, on C street, between 11th and 12th, with immediate possession Inquire of J. F. HALIDAY, Real Estate Bioker, 515 Eleventh st , south of Pa. avenue. sep2'lw F~~OR 8ALB-A good BU8INESS, warranted to pay from fifty to sivtv dollars net a week. For particulars inquire at 44* 7th st. sep I-3t* 1JM)R~BENT?Two or three BOOMS, furnished or unfurnished, ( for gentlemen only,) at No. 220 New York_ avenue._sep 1 St* (^??MFOBTABLE FURNISHED ROOMS on sec _y ond floor at No. 15 ? street, one door below 8th etreet, bytheNorthern Market. sep 1-lw* ]*~7?OR RENT?A desirable second story FRONT ROOM, furnished, suitable for one or two gen tlemen. Reference required. Apply at No. 436 N st., bet. 13th and 14th sts._sapl-St* FURNI8HED ROOMS TO RBNT, without Board, to gintlemen only?347 ? street, near 13th. Inquire of^Mrs^A^Ji. 8TEPHEN30N. au31-tf ROOMS FOR RBNT, and a Dining Room and Kitchen. Al so, for sale, a rich Medalion Vel vet Carpet and Plimton Bedstead. Apply 373 Pennsylvania avenue._au 3* fit* A~'RARST CH?NCB ?The good-will and fixtures of a RESTAURANT for sale. The house eon taiai eleven rooms, sll of which ie private. The cause for selling is the proprietor wishes to retire from business. Apply at the Columbia House,0 Btreet, near the Baltimore depot._au 3>-lw* S?T?)BE"TOi7bT?Gas-lighted, centrally located, provided with all flxturee. and with a back room attached. Apply at 335 F street, between 9th and Uth._au29-tf IIHNB RENT-The large and commodious ROOMS comprising the second, third and fourth sto ries over J.L Kidwell's new Drug Store on B st., near corner of Pa. av. and 11th st., two deors be low Willards'Hotel. au29-tf_JOHN L. KIDWBLL. FARM FOR SALB-Ninety acres of good Farm ing Land, eix miles from Washiugton, over the Navy Fard bridge, near the cross roads lead ing from Washington to Piscataway, and from Upper Marlboro to Alexandria. For further par ticn'ara address H. M., Star Office, an 29-lw* FOR BBNT?A ROOM on l?th street, opposite the Treasury Department, adapted to the use of a Banker or Broker, having connested with it a very commodious and substantial vault. In quire of WILLIAM ORME, No. 312 Penn ave., between 10th and Uth ets. au 27-3w RARRCH ANCB-fheGOOD WILL and ??? TURES of two of the best stores in the city : suitable fer clothing or shoe business. Apply at J. H. SMITH'S, No. 460 7th st. an 25-tf ?"?? SUBSCRIBER offers at private sale a very valuable and productive FARM, situated in the District of Columbia, one mile east of B*n ning's Bridge, containing sixty aeres of excellent land, well watered. The improvements, a large two-story Frame Dwelling, nearly new, with tie necessary out- buildings. Persons wishing to pur chase are invited to examine the premises. A very F.leasant drive of three miles, over a good road, roro Washington city. anM-eolm* ROBERT ?. NBYITT. FOR 8ALB? A most excellent FRAMB HOUSE, situated on south L street, between 21st and 22d, containing 12 rooms. Will be sold a great bar gain, and immediate possession given. Apply to MITCHELL A SON, Real Estate Brokers, south east cerner of 18th st. and Pa. av._au 23-lOt* F~ ?BNI8H?D BOOMS F0B7RBNT-At No. BBS Pennsylvania avenue, opposite Willards' Ho tel._an 1?1-2W? FOR SALE-DRUG STORE, BRICK HOUSE and three BUILDING LO I'd. Inquire at No. 455, Mass, avenue, near 6th st._au ??-lm* FOR SALE?A three story ?nd attic BRICK HOUSE and out-buildings, on North Capitol street, between ? and C,No. 394, nearly opposite the Washington Railway, near the Depot House, containing 10 rooms; a vacant lot adjoining; front of 66 by 80. For further particulars inquire of WALL, 8G?????8 A CO., No. 322 Pennsylva nia ay^_an 16 WE OFFER FOR SALB, at a great hartain. a ?mall FABM. containing about 86 acres, well improved with new dwelling and all necessary out houses. This property lies about 4 miles from Center Market, oa the Benmng's Bridge roed across Eastern Branch, is In m high and healthy situation, with an abundance of wood. Terms made known on application to SWEENY A CO .Real Estate Brokers. an 15-lm_Corner 7th and _ streets. FOR SALB-The three-etory BRICK HOUSE and LOT. No. 561 9th street, (Island.) be tween D and E streets. The house contains nine rooms, and has convenient out-building*. Ac. Apply to W. D. WALLACH, at the StarOffice, au U-tf 08LING ROU8B FOR BALB. G The Proprietor of this popular and well-known Hotel and Restaurant intende to retire from busi ness, and offers his well-known house for ?ale. Any one wishing to engage in a LUCRATIVE BUSINESS can call on the Proprietor, 247 Penn sylvania avenue, between Uth and 13th sts. au S-flw* _ IGHTNINR BODS.-LIGHTNING RODS - The undersigned ie prepared to furnish and put up LIGHTNING BODS, with platina ti pped peints, at the shortest and most reason able terme. Also. BELL HANGING done in the moet appro ved style. Work done in the country at city prices. . " ?*, - 0.80RNBIDBB, _ antf-lm* 3T1 Penn. av.. Washington, P. 0? DISSOLUTION OF OOPARTNERSHIP.-The Copartner?!} ? existing between BDWARB OWEN and 8AM 'L Wo WEN, in the Military snd 5*X?JLei7___ ^i?^PBi ander the Arm of ?. O WBN A MN ./or the last M rears, is this da ? by mutual consent The business iu futurs ?ill be conducted by SAML W. OWEN, at their old stand.BIB Pennsylvania ?venue, so whom par mente will be made ef all outstanding debts das tt_ulgn*st?&.. tanl-bu] LSWoWSX. REFINED SUGABS.-This day received, 1*9 b?rrele Lovering A Co.'e Crashed, Powdered, and Soft Crashed Sugars. aaS-dt BKJIJ. BBALL. AUCTION 8ALE8. FITIKK DAYS. ?? TB08. DOWLING, Auctioneer; Georgetown, TWO FRAME noUSFfT?ND LOTS IN GEO RGB TOWN AT AUCTION On MONDAY A KTBKNOON. September 12th. at 6 o'clock p. m., I will sei in front of the premise?, ou Water street, between High and Potomac sta., two Frame Heute? ?ud Lots. Tern? at sale. All conveyancing and s'amps at tn? cost ? f the purchaser Title perfect sepS-dAg?_THOS DOWLING, Anct. DT JAS. C. MoGUIRB A CO.. Auctioneers. CORPORATION OK WASHINGTON STOCK AT PUBLIC SALE. On WEDNESDAY AKTKRNO>N, September 5th,at5o'clock,at the Auction Room?, we sh ,11 Fell for account of the estate of the late Thomas Sn-ith, in ?ums to suit? ?2.2W Corporation of Washington Quarterly Six Per Cent- Stock. By order of the a Imi' istratrix. sep3-dts J. C. McGUIRB A CO.. Aucts. ? Y JAS. C. McGCIRB A CO.. Auctioneers. l?ATI.TFFS SALE OF EXCELLENT CHAMRVR Il- RNITUBE. LINEN SHEETS, BLANKETS. CARPETS. Ac. By virtue of s distrain for house rent du? to Samu.-l W Owens, bv F. P. Murkham. I have seized on tbe goods and chattels to satisfy the same, and I bere! y give notice that Ishall seli tbe same on SATURDAY , the loth day of September, 1W4. at lo o'clock a.m., in front of the Auction Rooms of Jas. G. McGuire A Co., corner of 1 >tb and D ftreete. I name in part Large number pairs of fine Wool Blankets, Quantity of Linen Bheeta, Pillow ani Bolster Cases, Carpets. Oilcloth, Window Shades, Bureaus, Bedsteads, Wasbstands Tables of various kinds. Chairs snd Stools, Mattrasses Bolsters and Pillows, Comforts ani Spreads, Spring Mattrasses, Musqnito Canopies. Parlor and Chamber Stoves, of various patterns, Ac, Ac. Terms cash. J. ?. WISE, Bailiff, sep3 3t3,7AJ J.C. McGUIRB A CO.. auots. DY J. C. MOGUIRB A CO., Auctioneer?. VALUABLE BUILDING"LOT ON NORTH I. BE TWEEN FOURTEENTH AND FIFTEENTH STREETS WEST, AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, the 14th day of September next, 18M, I shall sell. in front of the premises, at d o'clock p. m., by virtue of a decree of the Or phans' Court dated th? 12th day of May, 1863. rati fied and enfirmed by the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia on the Hth day of May.'Ski, the following described handsome build ng tot, vis: Lot numbered|four (4) in Square numbered two hundred and eighteen. (21^,1 it having a front of -12 feet 7 inches on north I, between 14th sud 16th streets west, running back with a side alley to a 30 feet alley. 1?? feet 7 inches. Terms: One half cash; balance in six months,the purchaser to give note for the deferred payment, bearing interest from the day of sale, and secure! to the satisfaction of the Guardian. All conveyancing, including revenue stamps, at the cost of tre purchaser. Title perfect. Mrs. ELIZA ANN DRAIN. Guardian. t.ep3d_J . C. McGUIRE r. ?Q , Aucts. Q~UARTERMA8TER GENERAL'S OFFICE, Bibbi Division, WASniNOToy. D. O.. Sep-ember2, IS?l. Will be sold st PUBLIC AUCTION, to the high est bidder, at the time and places mini -d below, viz : York. Pa.. Thursday. Sept. l?, P64. Altoona, Pa., Thursday, Sept. 22,18^, Lebanon. Pa . Thursday. Sept. ii?. li'il, TWO HUNDRED CAVALRY HORSES AT BACn PLACE. These horses have been condemned ss unfit for tbe Cavalry service of the Army. For road and farm purposes many good bargains may be had. Horses sold singly. Terms: Cash in United Btstea currency. JAME8 A. BKIN. Colonel First Division, Q. M. Gei'ls Office. __sepjrt28th_ Y JAMES C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. EXTENSIVE SALE OF~BUILDING LOTS FOR ACCOUNT OF ST. JOHN'S CnUKCU. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, September ?'.th. at 6 o clock, on the premises by order of the Vestry ff St. John's Church, we shall sell the whole of Square No. 27?, fronting respectively on 12th ?nd 13ih sts. west sud north R and S sts ; the whole subdivided into fifty twe fine building lots, each with access to a public alley Plats may be obtained of the Auctioneers or on the premises at the time of sale. Term? : One-third in cash; the remainder 6 and 12 mouths, with interest, secured bv a deed of trust on the premise? Cost of conveyances and stamps to ba paid by the purchaser. au20d JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucte. ? ? Y GREEN & WILLIAMS, Aectioneer?. AUCTION 8ALE OF LOT OF GROUND. On TUESDAY,the ?th instant, at 6o'clock p.m., we shall sell, in frost of tbe premises, nart of Lot No 9, in Square 523. having a front of 83 feet 1 > inches on New Jersey avenue, between north M and ? sts. This lot is very bands ?mei* situated, having an east front, in a commanding position. Terms: Half cash; balance in 6 snd 12 months, fer notes bearing interest. All conveyance, stamps, Ac , at cost of purcha ser. Twenty dollars will be required when the prop erty is knocked off. Title indisputable. au 31 d GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. ? Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneer?. HANDSOME BUILDING LOTS AT ??? COR NER OF 1ST 8TREET EAST AND NORTH D STREET. CAPITOL HILL. AT AUCTION. Oo WEDNESDAY, the 7th instant, we shall sell in front of the premie??, at 5 o'clock p.m., all of Lot No. 16 and half Lot No. In, in Square No.724. This property fronts 75 feet on 1st street, running back about y ? feet, and will be divided in two building lots if deaired. It is a handsome loca tion, perfectly graded and paved in freut. Per sons wishing to purchase a handsome and elevated building site will do well to attesd tbe sale. Terms at sale, sep Id GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. ? Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneera. BEAUTIFUL FARM OR COUNTRY SEAT AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, the 30th inst., we sitali sell, at 6 o'clock p. m., on the premises, that beautiful piece or parcel of land attached to the former res idence of H. W. Rlunt, Esq .near Tennallytown, about one snd s half miles from Georgetown, on the Rockville Turnpike road. Thia land adjoins the lands of Messrs Loughborough ani Carter, and Mrs. A J. Lyle. This sale presents s rare opportunity to a ged tleman wishing s fine country ?eat, the neighbor: ing society being the very best, and possessing all the advantages of proximity to town and ma ket. 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 contain? about twen ty-five acres, is susceptible of division into three or more lots, each of which contain btautiful building sites, and will be sold in separate lots, if desired, We respectfully invite the attention of persons wi.-hing to purchase a handsome site for a private residence, and the public in general to this sale, as it presents very rare inducements, aud tbe sale will be well worthy of their attention. Terms: One-half cash; balance in six rronths, for note bearing interest. A deed given and a deed ?f trust taken. Title indisputable. su 24-d GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. ?_????? ABOYE SAL?IS P08TP0NED UNTIL WEDNESDAY, the 7th of September, instant, same hour, when it wi 1 positively take ulace. sep Id_GREEN & WILLIAMS. Aucts. I3Y J. 0. MoGUIRB A CO., Auctioneers. CHANCERY 8ALE OfTaLUABLB IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY Under am' by virtue of a decree of the 8upreme Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in equity, passed July 6th, 1864, in a certain cause, wherein Sarah Ann Brown and ethers are com Slainants. and Ambrose A. Brown and others are ??fendants. No. 221 equity, we shall sell on th? premises, on WEDNESDAY, the 21st day ofScp teniber. commencing with the first named, at 5 o'clock p. a?.: Lot No. 1, in 8quare No. 5C8, fronting SO feet en north E street, at the corner of Second street west, end running back 100 feet to a 25 foot alley. Also, tbe north part of LotSS,in Jas O. McGuire's subdivision of Bqu?re No. 624. fronting 16 feet 7 incbe? ob First street west, between G and H st?. noitb. and running back 130 feet 4 inches tea? foot alley, and improved by s three-etory Brick Dwelling House. Terme r One-half ia cash; the remainder In nin? and eighteen months, with interest from the day of sale, to be secured by tbe bonds or notes of the purchasers, with s surety or sureties, to be ap proved of by the trustee?. Upon the full payment ff the purchase money and interest, tbe trust?es will convey the proper All conveyances and stamps at the cost <>' the purchaser. If the terms of sale are not co m p ied with in five days thereafter, tbe trustees reserve the right to resell, on one week's notice, st tb? risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser. GEO. W. DUVALL -?.?..I Tmatee? NICHOLAS C. STEPHBBS, { Trne*ee? ?n 30-eoA-ds J. O. McGUIRB A CO.. Aacte. __*ALB OF CONDEMNED QUARTERMABTEBTI ? STORES, BUGGIES. Ac. A.C. Chief Quartermaster's Office, Depot of WtshingionA Washington, D. 0., September 1,18*4. { Will be ?old at public auction, at Government Warehouse, situated on the s?uare between E and F.and Twentieth and Twenty first streets, in the city of Washington, on WEDNESDAY. September 14, IBM, st 11 o'clock s. m., s lotof (iusrtermaa? ter's Stores, condemned as unfit for uae.yls : _ Axes. Csrpeeter?'Tool?, Brushes. Bridles. Nos? Begs, Bucket?, Saddle Blankets, Stable. Brooms, Portable Ferges. Grindstones,Blacksmiths' Tool?, Harness, Lanterns Scrap Leather. Stove Pipe, Bepe, Stovfs Saddles. Scales, Whips,HoraeBhoe?, ?no? large lot of old ^??A0?? ??? Will be sold ou same day, at foot of Nineteenth street, near Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, immedi ately after the completion of the sale above re ferred to,a number of Ambulances, *uggjes,CamsM. Army Wagon?, Spring Wagrns, Carta, end Medics. Wagons Successful bidder? will be required to remove the stores within fiv ??( d day? from the date of sale. Terms cash, in Government fund?. ?_? ?, ? , *LH. R?0KBB, ? Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster, ??p?l?_Depot ef Washington. ?F&&??\????? BILLIARD TABLES, nearly new. which he will dispose of very lew. Inquire at the Billiard room, soraee -?-? ?_f ? -, tllt?aimtt^rasusTlvanlaaTwae. HU* | * AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DAT?. IF Y J. 0. MoGU IRE A_C0. Auctioneers. THUSTBB'8 8ALBOF VALUABLE LAND AND VINEYARD, NEAR THB INSANE ASYLUM. On MONDAY AFTERNOON, September 11. at| o'clock, on the the premises, by virtue of two deed? of trust from Chae.J Uhlman to me,one dated December?1, 1*2 and recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 229, foliosT??, Ac and the ether dated January S, 18K* and ?inly recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 229, folios ?13, Ac . 1 shall sell all that certain piece and parcel of land lying and ?itus>te in the county of Washington, aforesaid, ana being part snd parcel of the tract of land known formerly ae ??Woodstock." and latterly ae 'The ? ?- iueka Place." the part or parcel herein co.veyel or in tended so to be,being described a* fallows, namely: Commenting on the north line of th? Good Hope Road at a white oak. tree, being Station No. .16 of T. JekyllV survey of the "Eo<cin?*o Place." snd thence running along ?aid north line of the Good Hope road seventy ?even degrees and fifteen min utes east N., (77 de*, li min. E ) live perch's and sixty eight hundredth? of a perch (3 68 10) to a point marked A and a white marble monument, as shown upon the plat eccomi?* n y in g the deed hereinbefore mentioned, from Mo-.es Kelly and Mary W. Kelly, hi wife, to Charles J. UM mann, thence running along the first dividing line be tween this p?rcel of land and that or the said Mose? Kelly, south eix degrees and thirty min-itea east (3 Ids* Hafla E.) seventy one perches (71 perchei ? to a small monument of white marble set upon said line; thence from ?aid monument run ning south thirty minute? west 18. Odeg 3-min W.) ?event? nice perche? and forty-hundredth? ef a perch (79 40 1 0 per. ) to Station No S of T. Jekyll's survey of the " Koeciusko Place:'' th??nce from ?aid Stntion No. ? running ?onth fifty nine decrees end forty minutes ea?t <S. 89 d?g. *' min E.) totbecroseingof a email creek eighteea perches,<IS perches); thence from said coesing ruiinirg ?onth fifty-five ? egree? and forty five niinutffiwest (8. fade?, is min. W) fifteen perches ( 15 perdue) to the point of interjection with outer angle ef road; thence running along the north line of sa'd road eouth eighty nine degree? and forty five minut?e west il 89deg. 45 min. W; twen ty-two perche?(22 perches) to an angle in the same; thence running along the north Hue of ?aid road, south fifty four degrees we?t ( 3 54 deg. W ) seven teen and one-half perehes, (17?* perches) to an in ner angle of the ?ame: thence running ?long the eastern line of said ?oad parallel to und one and a half perches from a small creek twenty nine perches (29 perches) to the middle of (Ken Bun, thence running along the middle and up the courae of said Oxen Run sixteen and one-half perches. ( I6S porche?).or thereabouts, to tbe cor? per point between this parcel of land now being deeeribt-d and the land of W. V. H. Brown, being three perches in a rig'it line from a large poplar tree that stands on the property of said Brown, one and one-fourth perches from the north bank of said Oxen Rue; thence from the above described corner point run ning along the dividing line between this par cel of land and that of ?aid W. V. II. Brown, north twenty four degree? and thirty minutes we?t(24 deg. 30 min. Ml) thirty five perch?e to a large locust tree on said line, thence running in right line eontiuua'ion from said locust tree and with the bearing aforesaid ( ? 2\ deg. 3 ' min. W ) twen ty four perches(2-i perche?) to the middle of creek: thence running along and np the bed or middle of ?aid creek, (it being the dividing line between this parcel and the land of said Brown.) eixtr-five perches (?35 perches) or thereabouts, to a point In the bed of said creek opposite to and back three fourths of a perch from a marked locust tree tnat stands on the north side of the same; thence run ning from said point through the locust tree last above described north twen'y five degrees west (N 25 deg. W ) six perches and twenty hundredths ot a perch (fi 2'-lfti perches) to a marked walnut tree in the bed of a ravine; thence running fram said waleut tree, being a meander line of the ravine, north ten degrees west (N 10 deg. W) six perches, (ti perch?e;) thence running oa a meander line a? afor? said north twenty-f-ur de grees and thirty minut?e west. (N. 24 deg. 3? min. W. ) five perche? and twenty-hundredths of a perch (6 20-MKi perches) to a young persimmon tree, (marked;) thence running from ?aid persimmon tree north three perche?? and twenty hundredths of a p?rch i3 2tM0?? p^rcheei to a forkei persimmon tree, (marked;) thence running from ?aid la*t per simro ? tree north two degrees and forty minutes east (N 2deg. SB min. E. ) ten cerchee ( io perches) to the north line of the Good Hope road, passing t-.rough a sycamore tree that s'ands on the ?out a side of said r ad and t-i-minatinga* a point on ?aid north line of said road sixteen perche? 116 perch?e, from Station No. 55 of ? Jekyll's survey of " Tee Ko ciiisko Place." ninnine back from ?aid station; then ce from said point running along tbe afore mei tioned north line of the Hood Hope road north seveLty-n-nc degree? and thirty minutes eaet (N. 79 deg. 5>i miu. E. ) thirty? ?even j>?rche? and seven ty five hundredths of ap*reh(37 78 10" perche?) to the place of beginning, (all of ?aid causee being magnetic.) containing fifty acre?, two rood?, and thirty-three and one-half psrche?,(5o acres, 2roods, 33/? perches,) be the ?ame more or less, as repre sented in the plat hereinbefore mentioned, togeth er with all acd siDgolarthe improvements, privi leges, herediteraent?, a? d appurtenances to the same belonging orin any manner appertamlng. This property is finely improved as a Vineyard, with about twelve thousand choice Grape Vines, and will be sold in sub divisions. Terms: One third in cash; the remainder in sis and twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. A pa j ment often p?r cent, of the purchase money will be required at the time of sale. Should tne terms of sale not be complied with within ten days after the sale, the Trustee reserves the right tore-sell the property at the risk and ex pense of the defaulting purchaser, on one week's notice in the National Intelligencer. HORACE J. FR0?T, Trustee, an o-2aw&de J. C. McGUIRB A Co.. Ancts. ? Y JAS. C. McGUIRB A CO., Auctioneers. lKUSTEE'8 BALE OP BRICK DWELLING ??G8? AND LOT ON NORTH ?. BETWEEN 13TH AND UTH STREETS WEST. By virtue of a deed of trust from William H. Clampittand wife, dated the 23d day of Septem ter, eighteen hundred and fifty eight, and duly re corded in Liber J. A. S , No. 161 .folios 437,438. and 4.?), one of the land records for Washington coun ty. District of Columbia. I will ?ell at public auc tion, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY AFTER NOON, September 7th, 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 Loda numbered one. twenty-nine, and thirty, ft? 29, SO,) in Squa-e numbered two hundred and fifty, (250,) a? said Lots and Square are marked, laid down and disticguished on the plan of said city; beginning lor said part at a point on the line of H Btreet north, eight feet four inches In feet 4 inches) east of the southwest corner of said lot numbered one. and running f hence east sixteen feet eight inches, (ldteetS inches.) thence north ninety-two feet, i'Xi feet ) thence wees sixteen feet eight inches. ( 14) feet 8 Inches.)thence south ninety-two feet (92 feet) to the place of beginning, improved by swell bnilt brick bouse with all the modern improve merits. This property lies Just east of the Demenott buildings, and opposite the Preebyterisn Church, and is one of the most desirable residences of ite class in the city. Terms : Ore-half of the purchase money in cash; f.'O" *?* wfci?h must be paid down at the time of sale, the remainder, with interest, inemonthe. 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 ef sale not be complied with within three days, the Trustee reserves the rieht to re-sell at the risk and expenses of the purcha eer, aftergiving one week's notice in the National Intelligencer, or other newspaper published ia WasUasrton, JNO. D. McPnBRSON, Trustee. su 22 d_J. O. MCGUIRB AOO.,Anaf. _ALB OP CONDEMNED QUARTERMASTERS 5 STORES. Chief Quartermaster's O?ct, Washington Depot, I ??-.?? WA8BIBGTOB. D. 0., Aug. 27 1864.? will be sold at p?bln suction, at Government Warehouse Ne. 5. New York avenue,between Uth and 19th streets, Washington city, D C on TUBS DAY, September 6th, 1*64, at 11 o'clock a. m., a lot of Quartermaster's Stores, condemned as unfit for use or issue, viz : A large lot of Stoves and Stove Pipe, Boilers, Ovens. Old Iron. Carpenter's Teols, Desks, Chairs, Scalee. Shovels, Grindstones, Hardware, Brooms. Buckets, Pans, Old Copper, Brushes, Ac. Ac. Successful bidder? will b* required to remove tbe stores within five days from the date of sale. Terms c?h, in Government fnnds. V il. Rila Em, Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, auZ7-9t_Depot ef Washington. OFFICE DEPOT OOM'Y OP SUBSISTENCE Wabhikoton-.D. C. AugustM. 1864. Will be sold at Public Auction on MONDAY, September 6th. 1864, at 11 o clock a. m., at the 6th street Wharf. Washington, D. 0., the followio* public property, in good condition, vii : S On? Thousand (1,0 01 Bf ef H.dee, Fifty-two iS?) Beef Hides, dry. salted. Eleven (Il ?Sheep Skine. Terms: Cash in Government funde. 8. C GREENE. au 27-Ct_Captain and C. 8. V. OFFICE DEPOT COM'RY OF SUBSISTENCE, WnJ\?,HI.???0?'? D 0.. Auguet ?. 1861. ?-- ? . GOVERNMENT gALE. EMPTY BARRELS. EMPTY BARRELS. Will be sold at public auction, at 6th street Wharf Washington. D. 0.. on the 5th day of Sep tember, 13i>4. atti o'clock a. m., the following empty Barrels, more or less : 4.5? ? Pork Barrels, ?.I83 Flour Rarrele. 894 Coffee Barrels, 2<~>6 Molsesee Barrels, 135 Whisky Barrels. 532 Promiscuous Barrels, 43 Ham Tivrcee, 856 Vinegar Kees. Also, a large lot of Staves and Headings. Terms: Cash, ia Government funds. Ah perchase? to be removed in ten days afte tale. 8. C. GREENE. au 3n-5t_Captain and 0. 8. T. A UCTION BALI OP CONDEMNED HOB8E3 WAB DrPABTBB?rr,"cTyalbv B~sb?d ? _ ^/^oJChUfOnnylZ^t^SitX . Waihtmetm, D. C, August 3, 1864? Will be sold at?aah?aeotJon.je the high?*? lidder at the times sud ? _^B^*d^e?0Wi_Ai Reading, Pennsylvania, TBUB8DAY, August 18, AVtoona, Pennsylvania, THURBDAT, August ?, tu Lebanon, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, 8e?t*mbef Eu 'Herrisbarg, Pennsylvania, THURSDAT, Sep. *fWO HUN?VRED (ao0) CAVALRY HORSBS, aft '^hesshorses have been condemned as unfit fur be cavalry service *f the army. For roed end farming parposes, many good bar >?in? mar be had. Horses sold singly. Terms cash, ?a united Stato rarroaer, JAMBS A BKIN, Lt.Ool. and Chief QnerAiwmeeter. au f-tse* Cavalry Barena. aCDOBOB- BIBDB OF NOBTH AMERICA? Si la -vai vole., rovai eotavp .?_^f^5f4_?_? ingnifleent folio volume of plates. leto W br 4? r^aelun fine binding, far sale-one sorr oeir J ^?gf*0?bf FRANO* TATUO?

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