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THE EVENING STAR?
W. E?. WALUCfl. Editar aaid Pr?prlet?r.
FRIDAY... ^^mWrtm*n*m*\ 16, 18B4.
?B_?-BEADING MATTEBON ETEBY FAGB.
BEB OUTSIDE FOR INTEBB8TING TELE?
OBAPHIC AND OTHER MATTEB._
FBOM CITY POINT.
Another batch of eeventy-eieht rebel de
sr-rters arrive?! here this morning from City
roint.cn board of the steamer Vanderbilt.
They represent Florida, Georgia. North Caro
lina, Tence.-see, and Virginia regiments.
They ?ay that the rebel Olivers have beome
?-ery vigilant ci late owing to the niir_?ro_s
rieeertior.s of their men. who experience great
difficulty in getting away, and minv of them
Ba?e been shot while endeavoring" to mage
their escape to onr linea The mou favorable
opportunity affo-ded those who wish to desert
u when in the skirmish line, or when en vi
dette duty, these deserters say.
The rebrl aimy is being rapidly filled up
with conscripts, and large droves of old raen
and boys are brought into the campe nearlv
every day. Many of tbem will not fight, which
fact is known to the officers, who keep them
?Ulctly guarded to preven* their deserting.
There were four brothers among the number
brought here thia morning. They belonged to
a Virginia regiment, and all iour of them de
serted at *he same time.
All of these deserters took the oath at City
I'omt. before being brought to this city, bin
Vol. Ingranasi this moriiing furnished the
majority of them with transportation North.
There is nothing specially new before Peters
burg, but it is believed that the present quiet
will not be of long duration.
FlNAaTClAL.?The New York Commercial Ad
zertistr of Yesterday evening says:
The stock market was active" this morning,
and price? were generally slightly better. The
?? bears" are operating cantiously to cover
their shorts, and tbe bulls appear to week to
tarn the movement to their advantage. The
general tone of the market is more settled, and
operator? look for a steady, moderate mo ve -
meat ia stock? for the neat few week-.
Government? continue quiet, but firm The
new aize? of '?1 are coming upon the market
more freely and maintain their price steadily
at no s ? It le estimated that already nearly
one-half the bonds have passed into the hands
of the subscriber?
The Evening Poet says :
The loan market is lees active, and borrow?
era on good securities are easily supplied at 7
per cent. The symptom-* of approaching ease
are more numerous.
The stock market la active with an upward
tendency. The bear influence seems tor the
present to baye nearly exhausted its force.
Governments are advancing, state stocks
ateady, bank share? quiet, mining shares dull,
railroad boads firm and railroad shares at t ? ve.?
the western . dividend paying shares being
n?r>?,t in demand.
Pebkoual.?The eldest eon of Prol. Amos
1>?*??. the founder ot the Albany Law Scuool,
?ntered the military eervice of the** United
?States a few days ago as aprivate in a New
York battery. This young man but recently
graduated at Hamilton Coll? g<\
EQTTbe Grind Lodge of tne United States,
I. O. O. F., will hold its annual comrnunioa
tioB in Boston this year, commencing on th??
?STA bachelor of >7 years' surdinq; has been
firnd *10 la Canada, riot tor playtuiiy kissn.?
a ?eigh'Kir's wife, but for afterwards telling
mW Why i?. McClellan a miraci?-worker 1
Because although it is autumn, he has made
;he Woods put out and leave ?Ex.
IO" We gotiier from a case in tne. New York
courts that a first-class funeral there costs
?STThe pift of *50,uOO to Bowdoin College
was upou condition that it should be ?Orthodox
Congregational' in its management.
rBVTbo Freedman's Relief Association
wan ta ?2?0,000. So do many other people.
??yThe n?ew Haven Superior Court divorces
S coupl?e per week.
Mm- York Steck Market-First Board.
(By the People'? Line?Office 511 Ninth etreet.]
New Yobb, Sep. 16.?U. S. ISSI, ceupon ?'e,
10* >?; U. S. ?.JfO?, 110?.; oertlflcatee of Indebt
edaeM, ?; Gold, 3K7; N. Y. Central, Lib1?;;
Erte, 11V3L,; Hudson Hiver, lir \ ; Harlem, ?;
Beading, l."0.'_; Michigan Central, -HM; Michi
gan Soathern, fl,S'; Illinois Central, 127?:
Cleveland ani Pittsburg, ll0'4; Cleveland and
Toledo, l-'cj; Chicago and liock Island, l07'_;
Milwaukle and Prairie du Chien, ??, Pitte
bnrg. FortWajraeand Chicago, lo-, Alton and
Tena Hante. >': Chicago and Northwestern,
OStf; Quicksilver. BE_
fll?M NEW ORLEANS.
t'el?red Regiments?Rebel movements.
New Yobb, Sept. 15.?Privat?? letters from
Morganzia state that everything there is pro
gressing lavorably. The order for tha consoli
Ballon of colored regiments has been rescinded
by General ( 'ano;., and General L'llman was
authorized to take measures to have these
forces recruited from plantations A few
skeleton colored regiments were disbanded,
the men being pnt into tbo existing regiments.
thus bringing them up to a more effective nu
merical standar .1.
Q. alte a force of Union troops is bei ? ? con
centrated on the Mississippi river, either in
anticipation of a movement by the rebels or for
The reb?ls have a force of some !-,(\r0 men,
nnder Gens. Walker ami Pclignac. above Al
exandria. Sixteen scouts of this force have
been captured by Gen. Ullman's pic?eta.
Flying eqnads of rebele coatinuMd to hover
on the banks of the Mie i9sn.pi to fire into
passing steamboats, but tbe indications are,
from military movements about being projected
by Gens. Can by and Reynolds, that this will
soca be ??topped.
The health of tbe army is good, and the
morale of ihe colored troops highly satisfac
The cotton crops are eaid to be almost a
failnre in Louisiana from the ::..._?- ?..: the
worm, which bas made its appearan e as high
up a? Vicksburg.
NEW *i OK ? DEMO?. BATIC >G??? lO.V
Herati? >.?> ?iiour >'?minuted for (,'overnor.
ALi.AKi, Sept. 15?The DaBBoeratte State
Convention has in:tde the following nomina
tion?: For f}ov?-ruor. Horatio Seymour; for
Lieutenant Governor, Bavld R. Floyd Junes.
The con ven ?Ion re assembled this afternoon,
and. after other business, re-ol ut ion s wero
adopted endorsing McClellan'e letter of accept?
ance, and pledging him its supporr.
A State Committee was appoimed.
The committee reported its acceptance of the
nr-nlnation ol Seymour, ani the convention
ar jci.rr.ed sine die wita cheers.
MAIM?: STATE ELtlTIOX.
A (?reat L'ni?n Triumph .
AOMSTA.Sept. 15.?Tne returns yet tobe re
ceived will probably increase Hoy. Cony"*
majority to nearly lr,u<(), or about the same as
taat year The total vou? of th ? BBSA? will be
nearly ??,??? less than last year. The returns
from 119 representative district? ?how toe elec
tion of ?V2 Union, and ?? Democratic Repres
entatives to th?? Legislature. The Senate is
i.aacirrousiy Union. Every county in tne
?tate has been carried by tne Union party.
L'alea Demonstration at Beffai?.
Buffalo. September 1!.?The Union c?l?
bration here this evening called together the
large? number ot people teen here for som*
ye?rs at anj- one time. The Drocesslon, com*
ro?*d of tbe delegates from th- various Wards
_~-f the city and from the towns and cities near
her?, WIU TerJ "-arge an?- paraded through the
prtncijo-*1 *tJ'*te to the music of tbe oands and
the cheers w f *-*e crowd, and amid the firing of
cannon, rock?. "* Roman candles, ?fcc. A num
ber of building? -r*?? illuminated and decked
?rlth flaes. After th* "*"ocee*ton, meetings were
held?* St. Jam.?.' Hall, t,A* ?P*ra House, and
?he American Hall, which"we,.' a?1 crowded eo
that extempore meetings had to t,-, *****?*??
in the atxeeL ? number of diat?ns_':'Q'*il
bpeakers addressed the.* meetinftl! ainon?
vrt>cm were 'Czl?n?l 3*m.l:on. oiT??x i?;G?bhe, '
of Tecaeteee, and other? The day has been
qaite atona*, and the weather has somewhat
i-tox/ert??, With the arrangements.
The Richuioud Seatiael ?? Stllt?-The
Effect ?! "Seer Uraue?.' !
PHiLADBLriiiA, Sept. l.v?Tbe Richmond
Sentinel hae an article on General ?herinau ? .
c^populauea ol Atlanta, calling lt an event
unparalleled 1? the American war, aud with
m9i ?a example ia modern times. It calls Sher
man chief among savaees, the caplaia among
pirate?, the leader among highwaymen, the
vitnce amonr a oundrela and bruu -, the fore
most villain of the -?orld. Sherman, It says,
aae given the war a new feature; stara as it
:_?* ocra, lt le heaceforth ? be sterner horrible
111 has beeo, ? 1? heucforth to t? more to.
To* ???t?' are ready, bettsr for halting age or
lisDlsc iBBVOcence to die In defence ot borne
thaa to be driv*a out iu h-ida to laugulah tn
ea?> The last m^n and the last boy aneocg
,V? ttah? M? ataaket eoc_er than ?edere
??a ~*+t~ ???? ?" *tlar *?
Massachusetts Rep?blica? State rearen
*WOR0B#-TBtt, MASS., Sept. 15? At tbe Repub?
lican State Convention nearly sixteen hundred
delegates vs-ere present. Governor Andre*
and the remainder of the State ticket were
nominated by acclamation, witn the exception
of Attorney General Foster, who decliued; and
Cneeter J. Reed, ol Tauntou, was nominated
? . hi? ?'end.
Kdward Everett, of Boston, and Whiting
Oriswold. of Greenfield, were nominated Pr?s
ider, tiai electors at large, by acclamation.
The Connecticat Democratic State C?n
Haktt?or?>, Sept. li?The Democratic State
I Convfutiou to-day was fully attended, and en
I thusia3tic for McC'lellan Charles F. Pond,
Gretn Keadrick. Altred R. Goodrich. Edwin
' Steams, Asher P. Brow, and James H. Hoyt
were nominated for electors.
Tbe mass medine, which was large and ?n
thni-iastlc. **??? addressed by Matthew Hale
Smi'b. Wm. W. Eaton, Tboe. H. Bond, George
W. Steven?, Alvin P. Hyde, and others.
Yobk, Pa, Sept.1.;.?The Democratic County
i'?.rjve?ation ofYerk assembled to-day in this
borough, and unanimosly nominated Adam
J. Glossbrenner for Congress. The other coun
ties comprising the district ,?Cumberland aud
Perry) had previously instrnited their con
lerePs for Mr. G., by a unanimous vote in each
convention. The Hon. A. P. Coffroth, Demo
crat, ha - been unanimously nominated for re?
election in the Sixteenth District.
The late ReconnoUsance?Further Partie?
[Correspondence New York Herald.]
Heahqcabtbbs, Sept. 11.?A reconnoisance
wa? made yesterday by cavalry, and the 2d
division of the Cth corps,"under General Getty,
aer?os Opequan Creek, to ascertain the strength
and whereabouts of the enemy.
General Wilson, with Mackintosh's brigade
of the .Id division of cavalry, "from the extreme
left, passed up the pike from Berryville *o with
in a mile of Winchester. Averill'e cavalry
came upon the enemy's picket-line from the
Martinsburg pike, and Merritt's division from
the Winchester and Summit Point Road. Tnese
forces, combined with Getty's appearance in
their front, surprised and oharged nearly the
whole rebel pickets and outpost?, and succeed
ed in capturing some two hundred of the ene
my, and returning with bnt trifling loss on our
Wilson's division captured most of the prison?
ere, being all of the Sth South Carolina, except
two companies of, Kershaw'e brigade. Poor
Kershsw ! This is the fourth time be has been
beaten by our cavalry, and General Lee only a
short time since reduced bis command from a
division to a brigade because he suffered our
cavalry to defeat him.
The ,1d New Jersey cavalry, under Major
Robeeon, and tbe 2d Ohio, are said to have
behaved splendidly in this charge, having, had
the advance and accomplished moft of the
When Captain Andrews, of Wilson's staff,
asked Colonel Hannegan whether his command
was mounted or not, the Colonel answered that
it was the Sth South Carolina intantry. Then
Cap'ain Andrews thought it best to get them
to the rear as soon as possible, and the prison
ers were double quicked over the creek.
Un tbe right where Colonel Lowell's brieade
charged, the .'d Massachusetts captured a few
Tbe infantry were simply sent to support the
cavlary in case of attack by the enemy. It was
not required to participate in the char se, and
having learned the position and pomethins: of
the force of the f-iiemy, the whole expedition
returned to camp.
! ?^???THERE WILL BK A MEETING OF THE
t !_)._?? BiliUrd Root?? keepers of the city of Wash
| ?ufcton at Lurch's Billiard Saloon corner of 8th
, and E >? tree ta. at 5 p._u. on FRIDAY._lt*
rjr-VT=?? GENERAL ??????T OF THE CLOTH
11 ?>? ing nierchsn'a of Washington will be heM
! THIS ? Friday ? EVENING at 8 o'clock, at the
j Alderman's chamber, City Hall. Punctual attend
1 iY*~r-?TO THE CITIZENS OF THB FOURTH
? Lk_3 WARD.?V?>u are re<iuf-sTe.l to a tend a
I mee'irg at theC'ty Hall on rRIDAY. the l?th
! in?tant at "H o'clock, to cak? arrangements tr?
fill th? anota of the ward under the late call of the
MANV CITIZENS OF THE WARD.
lt_IRepnb. A lutei.}_
fF**fi~?MAgONIC.?A special communication of
lit? New Jernsa'em Lode-t?, No. 9, will be held
TrMa'-onic Hall THIS EVENINw. ut 7'j o'clock.
? for tfce pnrpose of makin-r arrangements to attend
the .nn-rni ot our late Brother, W. II. JaSBB?.
' .Master ???p.?? in good standing are fraternally
! invited to attend. Bv order W. If.:
lt*_PRIAS HCR8T. Sec.
! rY~5=*eri?STITUrE CI.LB.-A meeting of the
' Lk_"? wein ber.-? of thia club will be held at Mr.
?' OgJen's Store, No 019 "th street, two door? be
! 1m, Patrioti.? Bank, on THIS(Friday) EVENING.
I the 16th. at 7 o'clock.
The sn inscription li?>t is still open at the office of
tbe Treasurer, 5-fO 7th -t.
It*_T. M. HAN90.N. Tres?.
G?*?5-*?*FIFTH WARD. ATTENTION.
l*J? The citizens of the Fifth Ward are re
fi neati-d t?? meet on THIS ( Friday ) EVENING, the
l'-tl?. at 71- o'eloek.at Langley's Hall, corner 6f.il
St ?act and Penn'? ?v., for th?- purpose of devis
ing m.ans by which the ward may be re
lieved cf the impending draft.
GBO. F. GULICK.
It_CHAS. I ?ANF1ELD.
rr-jp-MrCLELLAN CLUB, OF THE SECOND
LL3 WARD.-The citizens of the Second Ward
favorable to the election of McClellan and Pendle
ton, are respectfully invited to meet at German
Hall, llth street west, between F and G streets
t?? rth, to Join in the ratification procession, on
SATURDAY EVENING, 17th instant, at ti o'clock.
. - 3. F. HALIDAY, President.
WM. J. MILLER, Secretary._sepl6-2t?
?V^^SEVENTH WARD EXEMPTION FUND
Lf_? ASSOCIATION -An adJourn??d meeting of
tb? above association will he held at Island Hall.
SATURDAY EVENING, e??pt?-mber 17th, at 7'2"
o'clock. In view of th?_? sh??rt time intervening
before the draft, it is important that every citizen
of the ward should b<? present, in order, if possible,
to till the ward ?nio'.a.
_, , ??_C. 8. NOYES, President.
W. JMURTAQH, Sec._' nrpM-tt
rr-^SEl'OND WARD-AVOID THE DllAFT
IJs_? An adjourned m.eting of the c'ti7->n? of the
ward t? ill Ve held at Germ?u Hall THIS (Friday)
EVENING, ?1 7*a o'clock. All the citizens of the
ward ?re expected to b? present. It is expected
that all good citizens will make liberal contnbi
tions for the purpose of filling the ward quota, ?1
the men can be obtained for that purpose. By
order ef. .7. RUSSELL BARR. President.
?I. W. 8PALDINQ, Secretary. It*
[Y*5=-F?R.?T WARD INTU? FIELD!-At ?
? I J? meeting of the citizens of the First Ward,
neTd last evening at the Mes? rio'iae. corner 2ist
sr-l Fhtreets, ?re?olntioD was piss?! to appoint
collectors to raises Ward Bounty Fund, ana the
following gentlemen wereel?.-t??t, v'z : Messrs. 8.
E. Deu-Haes. J. E. Allen. John B. Tnrton, F. R.
Dor.-ett, ami R, L. Bozzell, wl-.i were also author
ized. should they deem It ne<*eseary,t> divide the
w-ird into collection districts, and appoint 3ub
collectors to assist them.
On motion ol 3Ir. Rapley Messrs U. D. Hilton
and ?. N. Eaal.y were odd?-d to the above commit
On motion, Mr. John II. Tart??;, eras unanimous
ly elected Treasurer.
The Committee havina divided fie >va--d ani ??
pointed the follo? ing g? ? llemen t<> assist tonni,
viz: Me*sre. W. W Baplev J. A. ?1??-??????. James
K-lley, II. C. Wilson, \V H. H'nes, Thomas II.
Donoho ?nd A. F Hi?e?, they hope and confident
ly e\p<-ct ?very citizen ot the war ! ? ho has its in
terest and honor at heart to o.ntribut?? liierally
nr.d ??eist the Committee in every way in their
*M*we* toward the further? ne?? of the object for
wti.-h'.hey wen? ?ii>l-oint?-d. As th?? t.'me is short,
tr"ey hope ?-very one will l?e p*cp?red for their
It war v.r. ?,..?' thai ?a hen the meeting h'lourn it
? ?c-c? so tomeet aenin THI.S (Fri-iayi EVENING,
att'.c rorn.-'G of 2lrit??nl F streets, at 7!; r.'-lock.
when It i?? expect, d th t a'l interesred will be
present to bear report of Committee.
By order B. E DOUOLA83. Pre?.
, ~?-r,- .? o_J0?f, ?? Tl'RTON, Trees.
KOBERT C. 8EIP.fj.ec._ _}x*_
II 3 'BALLTI RALLY! RALLYT^L?NOOLN
Liof AND JOHN30N CLIiH-A ap?ial meet
lntroftheCiub will beheld EVERY EVENING,
?t Union League lUH.'i.h atreet. between D ?nd
E streets, at 8 o'clock.
All true frieode of tbe Union, who fav-r the
eleeticn of At-riliem Liocoln ?nd Andrew John
e?-n. ?re invited to be present ?rd nnl*e ?nth the
Cli'b L. CLEPHANE Preaideot.
JNO T. CLBMENT8. Jr., SecreUry. eep IS tf
|V-?=?SKVKNTH WARD PULL ?G ENTnUSI
U^."? A8M I?An ?diourned meeting < f the Demo
cratic and Conservative A?as:^?Uion ?.f tSe7th
W?rd.willbe h*ld on FRIDAY EVlNINi*. ?6th
icatant. ?t 7"i o'clock, for the transaction of
important and emergent biiejne?? All ci'ison?
r-f the Ward, advocating tbe rest?*ration of the
I'eiin and the m?intena**ce of Constitutional
rights, ar? etmeetl?? eolict??d to a t??nd.
s>r ? lfjt*^_?. A A MI RY. Reo Sac.
SKrT?MnBK 14. MM.
Tc'TlCv.?The porsons wbo bat arti? lei of Oloth
ing destroyed st the Arsenal bv fire on ihe 17'h of
June lost- ?re notihed to apply at th? ..ft????? of Ma?
- * G. BBS t ON. c mciBtiaing. on SATURDAY.
li.?*iTtfc lnel?nt, betBten the hoar? of I ?. m ?nd
S p m! "i_ M? 1-4-?n*
rv*?*-a>?*-lBIBBOflTI* AWO DINTNG 8ALO0V.
03^ ?tD JUS SH AFFI ELD'S Oonfeotlo^r,
T????!! Sinth etreet betwe-n ? and H PartiAs
Faire, WeddiKg?. B- Ha. Reception? ord Entert?<n
menu fnrni-bed ?t the short???! notice ?od in ????
reeeooable term?. Ice Cr.-ae and ?Aat*r I.*e male
by ?team power, wholesale ?nd reU-_l _sepj^-im^
lY-^NBWBUlLDINO AS800IATIOJ? -Be???-?
!L -t ?t?f ?nbacriptioc f.?r ? new lH:iLDING K\
roTjIATION .rV?lit t_e o?ce of HARVEY
A COLLIN8. Xo. 47 6 7th etreet. ?opp*?ite '*'??
eroi ree*. O?i.-e.) where per? ?na deeir??is of ?- ?
eoeaiB*Toe?ber?bav?-ae opeor'aoity te eqbecri*>e,
Wiii-e ???0 ehi.rfs ?re m? ec.-iW?l. a meelin? will '??
??.Led a orf the ?v?aeci?*loB orean ia?vl. ? i? liti
?V-^MsCLKLLAN CLUB OF THB HR-iT
jj^ WARD -A.me?tin??f tke club ?ill b?he41
LOST AND FOUND.
-STRAYEDOB STOLEN?On the H'.h of Auguiit,
> a whi-e and yellow BfJKi'ALO COW. her tail
rr.'ppei off. and her hoofa wer?? very Ion? au4
thin A?betel reward will be paid if brought to
CaTAUREN EUREN.nearTenalbtowq. sep li-tt?
?? r RKWABI).--t*trayed or stolen on 'he !?h in?t.
f?? ? dark bay Hi?R?R cut <?a th- lift hipan1,
left cheat, few white luire on the f?robead Th
?>bo .e reward will be given If returned t*> th? cor
i.er of 3d ?nd M streets, IiUac* M. QUiNN.
S OST OR STOLEN?On th? nth inst . aSORRtiL,
? li'iRflE with a light roan* ani tail; about 14
} fHida hieh, about M years old. slow ia hia m ve
r.iei.ta Si reward wil: he given if returned to J.
? NAY LOR neartKod Hope, or at PYWELL. 8
Stati? s. 81 b street, bet. D and E._sep ? ft-,jr.
???8 IS TO CERTIFY'hat a dark roan MAflg.
ata.* in her ferae?d, wi*h <>ld h?irae-e on. was
brought before ine aa an iptr^t< found on N*vy
Yard Oill. Bad Mare is abmt five y-arg old.
The owner mart prove proport*. pay charges
and take her a?ay, Apply No. .>"*!"? Va Avenue,
n?ar th?? comer ?f 8th sir??*t
Sep 15 St' EDGAR H. BATK8, J. P. t>s?L].
& 4 t ? REWARD?Wai stolen on the nicht of the
f-?' Uth instant a RAY MARE, he' rig?it aind
toot white aud small wiite streaks in tiiefurehead;
msrVed on lrft foreshoulder. i e., 'U. 8 " Mi
will be tfiven for the apprehension aad conviction
of the thief and $1*0 for get ing the Ha??? back
Main or $4? for both. 8. PIFCERMNG,
sep IS St* on Glenwood r->ad, on?.? Cemetery.
?O8T0R STOLEN?On Monday, the 13th inst.. a
s Ray HORi*B. about M yeara old, condemned.)
had a sore in the front part of his left ear. f ^ re
ward will be given if bois returned to CONRAD
SUHL. StaliNo ?1 .Centre Mar ict. sep It 3t
TAKEN G? ESTRAY. on Cherry street, be
tween Potomac and High streets Georgetown,
D C. on the 13th instant, a black HORr>B, marked
"I.C." on the left shoulder. The owner is re
quested to come forward, prove property, pav
charges and take him away. J. SULLIVAN,
f apl4-3t*_at W. R. Snow A Co.'a 8???1?.
?BE8PAS8E8-NOTICE-Several COWS* and
one HORSE, branded "condemned,"have been
foutid trespassing upon the ?rounds o'the George
town College. The owners are requested to prove
property, pay charges, and take them away; and
notice is hereby given that all persons hereafter
committing any trespass by willfully breaking
down or injuring the fences belonging to the
lands of the College or by entering any of their
encoded landa witb their cows, horses, or other
animals, will be prosecuted to tne utmost extent
of the law. By order of the President. aul7-eolm
ROOMS WITH BOAR?, an 1 Table Board with
out Rooms, may be had at 134 Pennsylvania
avenue, bet 19th and 2l>th._sep16-1 w*
?.100D BOARDING~with nleaant apartment??,
? can be obtained en application at No. l?G
14th etreet, near Willard'? Hotel. sep 15 3t*
QOQ FIRST STREET, BETWEEN A AND B.
CKfO CAPITOL HILL ?Single ??ntlemen or
eent'emen and their wives, can now be accommo
dated witb large, pleasant BOOMS. Location
pleasant. Breakfast from 7 to 8. Dinner at 6.
References ??changed_sep 15-12t*
A PEW TABLE BOABDER8 WANTED AT
No. 1500 E atreet. Also, a nicely FDRNI3HED
ROOM, to gentleman and wife, with beard. Meals
to suit business. _ sep lMw*
FIRST CLASS BOARD, with Furni*he.fRooms,
rIso, Table, can be obtained at No. 3?*>? t?fh st.,
between II and_I_._sep9-7t*
FIRST-OLAPS BOARD, with Purnished Roem??.
Also Table Ri.nrd can i-.e obtained at No. 41?
E street, between 8th and 9th. Breakfast from 7
to 9 : diiiner from .'5 to 5 sep 3-lra*
?>Y SUITABLE PERSON WISHING TO
adoptan intelligent, eo -d-loiking little boy,
S y ear ? old nay bear of an rpportuni'v of df.'inx
so by aduressiii. a line to B. S , ?tar Office,
sep ir. st*
N'OTIOB?II this should inet-t the eye of Mr!
BARLOW, frr.iii Philadelphia, he would he..r
of something to bis advantage hy calling at ITI
? fli.il 18th streets, Washington. F. M.
sep 14 3t-_
???????TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCF'tN
Thr- partner-hi ? heretofore existing between
Urs M. V. ?. Pogan aud 8 W. ? '?ran, will be dN
solved on M. ndav. the li?th d,<_? of September. Ail
person? indebted to the i.rru will plea?e settle
their accounts vi it?. Dr. BI. Y. B. Bogan.
M. V. ?. BOGAN,
^p 12 lw* 8. W.BOGAN.
R LABBE'S DANCING ACADEMY.
F. ?. LABBE has the honor of informing his
patrons and the public that in consequence
of bis not beinp: able to obtain his room until
November he is obliged to postpone the
commencement of his classes in Washington?
until that time. Due notice will be given in future
advertisements of the exact time._sep 15
l? W BEADY.
THE POLITICAL HISTORY
UNITED STATE? OF AMERICA,
TUL GREAT REBELLION,
i ROM BOVRMBKR G. 186-'1, TO JULY 4, 1351 *
Including" a classified summary of the legislation
of the Second Session of the Thirty-sixth Con
greas. the Three Sessions of tbe Thirty seven;h
Congreas, the first Session of tbe Thirty-eighth
Congr??F. with the votes thereon, and the impor
tant Executive. Judicial and Politico-Military
Factaof that eventful period; together with the
organization, legislation and general proceedings
of the R"bel Administration, by
Hos. Edward ?????????*,
Clerk of the Ilouse of Representatives of the
The work contains a Magazins of Facts, ar
ranged in logical order, or grouped in natural
harmony; constituting a most valuable contribu
tion to the Historical Literature of the country.
In all the votes, parties are classified.
The Index is thorough, both as tonarne* and su'
i'cts, giving the reader entire command of the con
443 pp., 8vo.. law, sheep: priee?l; kbkb by mail.
PIIILP A SOLOMONS. Publishers,
se g?-eajw Metropolitan Bookstore, 33.? Pa.av
PROPOSALS will be received at the Mayor's
office until 11 o'clock M. on MONDAY, the 19th
inst. next, fol grading 9 street north from eth to
14th street west.or such portion thereof a- th?.?
Mavor may direct.
No part of the appropriation will be paid until
tbe work is approved by the Commissioners.
Bidders will state the price per cuhic yard.
The cutting and filling will be pnid fur but once;
that which measures most.
JAS. W. 8PALDING,
C<"Timiss oner 2d Ward.
JOHN T. GARNER.
Commissioner 3d Ward.
iepli.7t (Intel.1 Commissioner 4th Ward.
316 F STREET.
CUTLERY AND FANCY GOODS
COAL OIL AND COAL OIL LAMPS.
I offer all of the above articles of goods, which
embrace the best assortment ever offpred to thi
Washington public;at lu per cent lower than they
can be purchaaed elsewhere in the city.
Call and see for yourselves.
J. R FOLEY.
sepS-lm* 316 F at. north, bet. Uth and Uth.
Of?q SEVENTH STREET. *???
high BED LOUNQES man
AWBIBO. and Awxmr-,.
GILT FRAME MIRRORS.
Just received per schooner Empire twenty differ
which we are ol7ering at very lo? figures.
Our stock of
GILT FRAMB MIRRORS
will be found extensive, and in price will compare
with that cf any bouse in the Dnitd States.
Purchasers, remember we are selling our entire
FURNITURE AND HOUSEKEEPING GOODS
generally 15 per cent, less than any bouae in ths
city. If yon are in want ?f good articles at low
prices don't loreet us. Call and examine onr
slock by ko dding yen incur bo obligation to
We Mill allow ten per cent, on all bills of S6? and
upwards. H. BONTZ,
Successor to Bont? A Griffith,
aepg-lf_369 Seventh 8tr??t.
UNITED STATES 7 3-10 LOAN.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WASHING
TON has now on hand, r?i/fy for immediati deliv
ery, a full ?upply of these new Bonde. Subscribers
are requested to p*e-snt thsir certificats* at ones and
receive their Bonds,
Th'ee having money to invest ahould not loe?
e'ght of the fact that by Investing in this Loan
tbey not ?nly receive interest, at tbe high rate of
7 3 JO per cent., but secure to themselves the very
important advantage of obtaining, at th? end of
three years. 6 PERCENT. 3-30 YEAR BON DS
AT PAR. wbioh are now worth over 19 per oent.
premium, and whuh after the war eau*t necessa
rily advancete a much higher rat?. aa ?4-tf
O KG Ab S AND MELOHEONS-W? hav? thia
day reeved flv? ot Mason A I'amlin'aOAB
1 ET OSO ANS, of diffp-f.nt sites. Also, a a-w
asf.ortm?mt of Prince A Oo.'aatvt Smhh*? MELO
DIC he W O MBTZEROTT.
sep? cor, litt street and Pa aveaa?.
I1GHTMN? BODS -LIGHTNING BODS
. TV? Be'lerx'rn-i ?, prepared fc? furnish
KI..1 put up LIOHTMIMt HOhS, with platina
ti ri??*! point'? at the ?hurtewt and neat raa*on
able term- Ateo. BEIL HANGING dona in th?
u>< ?.< approved ????<*
Work don?- io the rooutry at city prinei.
aa BVlBB* ET1 Peon a?., Waahiaatoa. D. 0
0TICETOS?TLBraS.-Ado?M?d?ek BARO M
_ . ?H?*?????a ??ad ard??r, alt ready for use,
?a? b? bau?*to? r?.w?.iM. ter??. Bale te el????
(v.ae??rn. Apply ** r*s' ruhlimar.. on board Birg?
**? Ff??MT. ?'*?? Vacl. Al? xa?dria. Ta.; .t
??Mr l.>?>_*t?.at FalaaarHi Wharf, feot of nth
?AfMtjrwklaiini, ? O ; or tn Ftovreas ft Batrea,
?fe. ? EAae SJaBt, Urs>-<rU Va. amU-mw*
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
JayOooke A Ce. furnish the following quo
tatlone of ?/overnment securities ;
Washington? Sept. 16, l<r>i.
?. S.6'8 Coupon 1^1.?? 1<"9
U. S. 5-2<?'e.HO ?li
73-Hi Treaaury Notes.lioy IHM
One Year Certificates. 91 &P,
Certificate Checks.?5 V
New Yobk?First Board.
Coupons, 108* : 5-20'?. 1????. Certificates, 91 u?\
A letter received in thie city to-day. from an
officer on Gen. Grant's staff, dated City Point,
Wednesday evening say>:
"I have ne stirring news to record to-day,
but everytlnne looks bright and cheering.
Every e*y we lay hf>re we an1 weakening th"
enemy more or less. While their troops are
deserting to our lines in droves, we art? receiv
.ng large accessions ot new recruit?."
THE 11TII FLORIDA REBEL REGIMENT.
This regiment, which entered tbe Confederate
service with eleven hundred men, has been
reduced, deserters say, to less than one hun
dred men, by desertions and the casualties of
war, but principally by desertions. Among
the 7s rebel deserters brought here this morning
from City Point, were 15 from this regiment.
Returned.?Mrs. Lincoln, accompanied by
her youngest son, Master Tad, returned to this
city yeeteTday afternoon at half-past 6 o'clock
lrom New York. The train on which Mrs.
Lincoln came ae a passenger was detained at
the Gunpowder bridge for about one hour by
the breaking of tbe coupling of the three last
cars attached to the train.
AT HIS POST AGAIN.
Capt. John Potts, commanding officer of the
military detectives and patrols at Col. Weis?
well's headquarters, resumed the duties of his
position this morning, after a fifteen days'
leave of absence on a visit to his home In the
Thb Wbbklt Star for this week ia full of
Interesting reading matter. It is an excellent
paper to send away, as it contains all the
news, war, political and local, published in the
daily Star of the past week.
The Democratic Rupture.
The New York New*, which oposes General
McClellan, is now out in opposition to an in
dependent nomination for the Presidency. It
It is too late in the campaign for any inde
pendent ticket te have the remotes' ^?nce of
success. The peace party could not, within
the brief ?pace before the Sth of No ? ? ? aber, or
ganize sufficiently to exhib?: their rea ngtu.
But tbe absence of that strength from tne Mc
Clellan ticket would be ruinous to it, : id we
yet hope that <t<??. McClellan will recede from
hi? antagonism with the platform. Gentlemen
who have hitherto been consistent peace man
rnny. libe Hon. Thos. II. Seymour, James W.
Wall, Fernando Wood, and" others, ilioose to
efface thpir record, and give np a paace plat
?'iim fer one that promisee a vigorons proseen
tion <>f hostilities but they cannot carrv the
ruasses? ot the p?ace party to the polls. Unless
tien. McClellan ahould express himself in fa
vor of an immediate cessation of hostilities and
? convention ot all the States, hundreds or
thousands of peace men will stay away from
;ce polld on the ~th of November.
[From the New York Tribune.]
A meeting of about fifty Peace Democrats
was held on Saturday evening at the St. Nich
olas Hotel, to take action upon Gen. McOlel
lan's let'er, and to consult npon the best ra^an?
of organizing a Peace party, and of selecting a
Peace candidate for the Presidency. The meet
ing was called to erder by Mr. Mullaly, the
editor of the Metropolitan Record, who was
then chosen President. Among the gentlemen
present were Messrs. Orton of the Day Book,
McMasters of the Freeman's Journal, Ben.
Wood of the Daily News, Singleton and Green
of Illinois, George K. Shiel of Oregon, S. T.
Suit of New York, Chauncey Burr, W. T.
Smito, Anderson and others.
All the numbers present seem;d to be moved
by the bitterest feelings arainst Gen. McOlellan,
denouncing him as having broken his pledge to
the Democratic party, thereby compromising
its success in the ensuing election. Messrs.
Shell, Singleton, and Chauncey Burr, were
among tbe prominent epeakers of the evening,
and S. T. Suit of New York, presented the fol
lowing resolution as the sense ot all those pres
Resolved, That the call be addressed to the
Jefiereonian Democrats to meet at Cincinnati,
Ohio, in the course of tbe present month for the
purpose of appointing a candiate representing
that branch of the Democratic party which the
letter of Gen'l McClellan completely ignores.
Tbe resolution was unanimously adopted.
The meeting then adjourned to next week, when
other distinguished members of tbe party are
expected to be present.
Among the candidates named for the Presi
dency, tbe names which seemed to be received
with the greatest favor were those of Messrs.
O'Connor of this city and long of Ohio.
FROM GRANT'S ARMY.
Heavy Firing on Wednesday.
Baxtimorb, Sept. 16?Intelligence from the
front via Fort Monroe, state that our batteries
opened on the enemy on Wednesday, and there
was heavy firing all day to silence tbe rebels,
who for some days have been annoying our
lines, particularly on the left
The pirate Georgia, capt nred off Lisbon by
the Niagara, put into Fort Monroe yesterday,
From Port Royal.
New York, Sept. 10.?The steamer Fulton,
from Pott Royal on the 13th, arrived this
Tbe eteamer Connecticut, for Mobile, put
into Port Poyal on the 13th to repair a leak in
one of her boilers.
Gen. Foster has ordered a draft of all the
able-hodiea colored citizens in the department
Nbw York, Sept. lf?.?The prize steamer
Yance arrived this morning.
Delaware Uniea State Convention.
Doveb, Dbl , Sept 15 ?At the Union State
Convention held at this place to-day, Hou ?
? Smi'hers was renominated for Congress on
the first ballot, receiving 8-) votes, Col Ldwln
For Presidential electors, Daniel Corbltt,
New Castle, James R Clements, Kent, and
Jihn C Hazxard, Sussex county, were chosen.
Wilmington, Sept. ??.?The Hon. Nathaniel
?. Smltbere was yesterday rinomiaated for
Congress oa the first ballot, by the Union State
??G?????????, N. Y., Sept. ir,.?The quo'a
of this city under the iaat call is fu'l. The
quota ter tbe distrist will probably be tilled by
the time the wheel revolves.
Second Wabd McClbllat? Club_Pur
enai t to adjournment, the Second Ward M.?
t'lellan (Hub net at Germania Hall, and att??r
waiting half an hoar lor an audience, the
President, J. F. Haliday, Esq., called the unit
ing to order, there being ten persons present.
The secretary read the e institution as
adopted at the previous meeting, and trie mem
bers were called upon to sien The folio ?vins
mimimi the constitution : J. F. Halidav, Jno. 1).
Clark, Alexander Rutberfoi . W. J. Miller,
G R, Adama, J E. Miller, W. H. Towlea, J
? Scott, Urias Hurst. Mr. V Blanchard en
tered the room and wa* call?.' upon to siga
Kr ? approached the table aud th?1 secretary
? ?-..-? tbe constitution to him. Mr. ? remarked
that be wonld sign, but h? warned It distinctly
understood that be did not jom lt as a I?emo
Mr. Clark ?Certainly ! Anything to pot
down the dynasty.
Mr. Blanchard -igned.
M?e*rs Geo Jillard aad Joseph Fowler were
proposed and elected to meaat^rahlp.
Mr. Haliday, from the committee oa adver
tising, reported that be bad ascertained the:
they could have a ?landing adverUa^m^at I?
tbe Star aad InteUtffenoer tot it per month eaoh.
which he thought reason a bj.
Mr Adam* .bought the gr ? bv advertidme
weald no? pay tbe expense. The m?mr>ors of
the clib knew hf time and plaea of m-eetiair,
aad If their interest would ?ot brln? 'hem out,
BP-ertlPine ceraluly will not. Be wonli p*>
ironiae the??? papera, hit trie expense is too
h? avy for th* cluh at present
Mr (Mark (declared himself infivorof jii
r)iclor*??lvprr*i?irg, aad at?gav*??}* t?a? an ?d
?erUM-cvat for th* C?****???'??? Uni** tute,
Timr?, ?od InioEujtnoer, h* pf>p*red rer the
Saturday iiifht preoeealon, and let ta? que*.
tie? e?) aatanrtiiigHdv-rUeem^aHi-O?^?.
Mr. neBbnrawi ?heetfht Ae Onion aad Sttr
wobM be enough fpr the purpose, ?nd would
even be willing to leave ?B the Star for the
sake of ?? .onomy.
Mr. (.'lark moved that the pr?vient and -eo
retary be authorized to prepare an advertise
ment for the papers he bad named.
Mr Miller favored economy, hut was in fa
vor of advertising in the Intelligence.
Mr Rn'herford was in favor of acknowl
edging the Int'Uiarncer, for the part they had
taken in behalf of McClellan.
Mr Clark was opposed to doing anything
that might look like bribery, and th-? arzurnenr
advanced by Mr. Kutherford would look like
paying the InklUgenc-r for taking sides with
Mr. Haliday hoped that the ftsfsllijwweer
would not i?o ignored. The leaders of that pa
per would have more influence abroad than
all the article?? in tne Cons'itutioni1 Union.
The motion as ammded was adopted.
Mr. Adams moved that the treasurer be au
thorized to pay to the secretary an amount
that had been advanced by him.
A young man entered the room, with a box of
McClellan badge? for sale tithe club. The
deeign was a white metal spread eagle, hold
ing in its talons a miniature flag, from which
wae suspended a miniature likeness of Gen.
McClellar, which was purchased readily by
the members present.
TiiiDbai'Tihtih District.?Capt. Tut
nam, the draft provroat marshal of the District
of Columbia, has received his orders to pro
ceed with the draff on Monday next, and his in
struction?* by which he is to be governed. It
has not, however, been definitely decided
whether the wards will be drawn In regular
order or commenced with the one in which the
largest deficiency exists.
The number of names to be drawn from the
wheel is a little over twenty.two hundred, and
the drawing will take place in the large frame
building adjoining the Provost Marshal's of
fice, corner of Ht h and I streets.
The lareest deficiency existing in Ut? wards
Is in the First and Fourth. The Second, Thin!,
and Seventh Wards have materially reduced
their quotas by substitutes and volunte? r
Although ihe draft is to take place 01 tton
day, it should not retard the citizens o? Jif
feren t wards from exerting every meaa?? in their
power to fill the quotas, for even after the draft
takes place and the men have reported for
duty, those belonging to such wards as fill
their quotas by volunteers will be released.
No time is to be lost, however, and the men are
to be had if the money Is forthcoming.
Mobb Kbal Estate.?Jas. C. McGuire A
(?. sold, last evening : Lot 7, Square 369, to T.
Donovan, -2?% cents per foot? Lot 0, Square 367,
to S. H. Platr, 21 % cents: interior lotK. Square
367, to S. H. Platt, 17 cents; east part of lot 3,
Square 788, to A. Schwartz, 30 cents; north
partof lot !-, Square 398, to Pat'k lirannon, 21
cents; south part lot -, Square 758, to William
Baum. 21 cents; east part lot 3, Square 78t, to
Wm. Baum, ISM cent?; north 30 feet front of
lot 11, Sqnare ?67, to Mary .1. Brady, 11 cents;
south 30 feet front of lot 11, Square 867, to H.
R. Merryman, 9 cents.
By Green <*c Williams, Auctioneers :?Lot
51, Sqnare 502, south M street, near the
steamboat wharf, for ?3,150, to Jos. McCauIey.
Lot 10, Square 175, boundary between nth and
7th streets, J H. .1. hi,son. 16 cts. per foot. Lot
", Square B8 2, south M, between 6th and th
streets, to Wm. G uinand, ^% cti. Partof
20, Sqnare 539, with two-story frame house.
statile and carriaze house, on 3d street west,
between F and G south, for ?7!2."?o, to J. O'
Coiuier. Part of Lot 9, in Sqnare 523, divided,
on r*Tew Jerseya vennp, between M and ? its
nor h, a pa?t to F. I*. Wi veil, 31?, cts., ani
Hoover, 22 cts. per ioot.
TE-T OP THE FlRB ???G,? TKLEC-*tAl'U.?
Yesterday afternoon at I o'clock, a large com
pany of gentlemen assembled at the Columbia
engine house to witness a tent of fire alarm tele
graph, which has ins* been completed. Mr.
Evan?, one o. the contractors, operated from
the central office, and J. H. Sessford, Esq.,
ChiefEngineeroi riie Fire Department, and sev
eral members of the city councils were present
at the engine fionse, to witness the striking o?
the bell there. The test was highly satifactory,
and the members of the councils and other cit
izens were very complimentary in their re
marks npon the' operation of the machinery.
The test lasted about half an hour, striking all
the signals called for, with as much accuracy
as if the bell had been struck with a sledge
Criminal Court.?This morning Chief Jus
tice Canter who has been on a visit north, and
is looking remarkably well, relieved Judge
Fisher who goes to his old home in Delaware
to recruit his health.
The first case called was that ot George
Marbury, a small white boy, charged with
the larceny of a tea dollar bill, who was found
guilty and sentenced to one year in the Pene
tentiary at Albany.
Alfred Moore, colored, charged with stealine
a tent fly and other articles belonging to the
United States, was found guilty of stealing
the fly only, and sentenced to one year in the
The petty jury was discharged till Mondav
at it) o'clock.
Personal.?The following Washingtoniaus
were registered at New York Hotels yesterday:
J. Baily and wife and W. L. Hobart, at the
Astor; T. F. Cole and wife, Miss ?. E. King,
Mis. F. Clandenet and Miss Van der werken at
Earle's; S. A. Pengh, at French's; J. B. Mc
Laughlin, at the Howard; C. P. Baily and wife
at the International. F. O. Knapp, C. M.
Walker, F Krall and P. J. Pierce, at the Ir
ving; B. D. Cowles, at Powers': T. Finnegan,
M. H. Wilson, ?. Wendall, W. D. Shepherd
and W. H. Bennett, at the St. Nicholas; and
E. P. Little and wife, a: the Westchester
Rear Admiral Bailey, U. s. N., is at the As
ter, and D. L. Shoemaker, of Georgetown, at
the St. Nicholas.
-? ? ?
Port oe Georgetown.?Entered?Schrs.
Henry Wolcott.Chester, Philadelphia; Snsque
banna, Myers, Baltimore. Bark Laconia, El?
drldge, Glace Bay. Cleared?Schrs. Beershe
ba, Galway, Port Deposite: Maryland, Ster
ling, City Point; Owco, Mi'chell, Havre-de
Grace; Turner,Caster, Baltimore; G. Franklin,
Tyler, Havre-de-Grace; J. \. Dixon, Creigb
ton, do.; Axora, Penell, do.; Grace Watson,
Nli'kerson. Philadelphia; Susquehanna, Myer,
Baltimore; M.Spicer, Cotney, Si. Mary's: John
? way, Jy man, New York; Emilv, Hutchins,
do.; Wm. Ogden, Landen, Deal's Island; Betsy
Ann, Carter, St. Mary's. Sioop Haz?, Rob
erts, If iinticoke.
Fourth Ward Station Casbs.?Ellen.
Huges, disorderly house; workhouse. Also,
suspicion of larceny; dismissed. Caroline
Clark, violating city law; 51. M. Raygaa, vio
tlng cow law; KJt. George Boland, assault
and battery: bail for court. Alexander l'ambo,
disorderly and fighting; dismissed. Robert
Kalfner. assault and battery; for trial. Eliza
J. Burkley, disorderly; do. John Hines, drunk,
dismissed. Amanda Siram?, indecent language;
do. Geo. Steele, assault and battery; bail for
hearing. Jas Made, do.; do. Elizabeth
Brown, suspicion of larceny; ??2.58. Ellen
Brown, do.; do. Octavo Grunt, disorderly;
62.50. Jas. Gallagher, sleeping in the street:
Editor Star:?Let me, through the col
umns of your widely-circulated paper, ask
Mayor Addieon to follow the example of Mayor
Wallach in calling on the different wards of
Georgetown to appoint committees to raise
money to free us from the draft. With a little
energy on our part our qnota c:ui be filled and
have some over. No time is to te lost. Let us
act at once, and not be outdone by Washing
ton. A Citizen* of Georgetown.
Third Ward Station C/skb.?Sarah Rol
lins, grand larceny;. Geo. Tnomas, do.; for
trial. Jas. u'Rentz^r, driving on the pave
ment; ?2.91. John L. Jones, disorderly; $?.
Jehu Dingle, do ; *.?. John Schofield, do. and
drunk; locked np. E. M. Cool, disorderly;
military. Fred'k Mitchell, assault; S?.y 1 Al
so, grand lorceny; dismissed.
A Straw.?The troops who passed up the
avenue this morning, to tne number of several
nundred, lustily cheered the flag stretched
across the avenue at 9th street as they passed
under it. Tbe flat; bears the names of L ncoln
and Johnson, and tbe cheers were lout and
Comino?.?Some more troops passed up ths
Avenue this ?afternoon They are Pennsylva
maus, a? were those who passed up this morn
ing, and are not conscripts, but volunteered
under the last call of the President. They
cheered tbe Lincoln end Johnson flag vocife
rously as they passed it at 9th street.
Tbuminatbd Fatai.lv.?B. F. Marshal, 1st
tti-w Hampshire Heavy Artillery, who wa? in
iu; ed day before yesterday, near Fort Slocnm,
by the explosion of a shell, aad whose le ? was
amputated, a? ?tated (a the Star yeseiday,
di-<i yesterday at Hsxewood Hospital.
Si- nd Wabd Quota ?lt has been ascer
tali*'.; that the quota of this ward is 106, (the
high, -t figure.) If oitlaens of the ward will
attend the meeting at Germi? Hall to airht,
ro<- ??- maty be devised whereby the draft may
b ? ? ? -ded.
I ??..*:?-LLBD Himbei.k.?This mornlat*, Mr.
Hi?.? ? ?1 U. AddwoB, son of Mayor Addison, ?f
Gre - -Sown, went to the Provoit Msrshii'?
'.?. - . and flndiD?. tnat bv som?? means h- -vas
?Ot enrolled, he vulor.t irti y gave his same.
Bboovd Ward Statiob ? abbs.? Wm.
O'Brio?, hot-US detectivi-M roilltaav. William
F.o&nry, drvink-dismi???**??. Joha W. Fitapat?
rick, disorderly; da.
FORSALS-Ten PIOR. from fuor to ala ?oath?
old. luqu'r*atnoMlLLERS Tard, north??
Catholjc_Obnr-h, near Railroad Park so* is w?
?V?T?OB ?f he ptitnernaip hereto! .re enetiec
iv between Jos L Gait aid Mortimer Chun hill
nnii?,r the rame aad tir m of M Obarsl.ill A Co '
wan mut.iaH ? disaolvfi Sep'einbrr lith IMI,
Mr. Galt wili ccit?.'.? th? bu?in*?? at tka old
stan?!, and will b? rasp taaibt? Tor ail debt? due???!
against t!ie lar? firm, wh?-re he will be glM t)-*i
his old frienJi and customers.
J. L. GUT.
MA?OH.S Ur'KICE. CUV HALL.
Sep'^mbtr Wth. UM.
rropoaal? wi'.l',,?> reee'ved at the Mayor'a oSm
rnti! Uni.. Monda? ti? S?h ef September, inst.
for tb?? pu-po^e of constrnetini: a barrel Sewer la
tr?? ?Ley of Sqasre 490, ?4 L> connect with th?
?ewer la O etreet, a nh
The eewrr w ill be circular in ahape. its inaid?
Qianiater w:!l bo two feet, arid thef.i kupas of t.ie
wail four inchee, to h* lait in foment and ?harp
sand in proper ..??portion, th? bri- k to beta?- I.-ut.
hsrd, hand ma<i.? h.-iel;, ?nd t? bn well wet before
bein-r laid. The d? pth of the sewer wili be ei?ht
fe?:t below the ?uTac ? of the ground. There will
be tb Ba ?Irons t< be cover ed with an iron ??rat ? *
Bid?'.? ?, will .?.tat?? the ?rie?? ??r liueal foot for the
sewer, which shall include all ex Bva&ioB, filUag
and repairiiii ??f the all<v, a*>d reinovinir of th?
surplus earth, i'*r drop ich, Bor farther i:i'.'orrna
tion see fie co;nmi*?ion<?r of the Fourth war 1, or
the city surreyor. RICIiAKD WALLA,??.
sep b. :.t I Intil. tnd Colmnh'n :,t Jila ?or.
DEAD! BEAD' REAdT" RKAD '
NEW FALL AND WINTER <?OOD8.-Jn.it re
ceive.I a la g" a-aorlnn-nt ot G?-nfs Faroi-hiac
Gods, comprising .ho Intest *ty!h*. at =???? Aj?
BEALL'S.No. 3?!7th itreet,betweeu I ani Rete.
Persons will ?lo well to eali ?rd f \?m:ni? our
stork of FURNISHING GOODS before purohaaint
?'-? :where, 1 ? w. will guarantee to aa>e them 1?
ner cent., at SMITH A BEALL'd,7th street, b.t.
' and Kate.. No. 3?1.
Tboire in want of BUSINESS SUITS, will pie*?.?
call ?nd examine sample g? oda. as we ha va ? .?ho,?-?
selection of pi.r? lT'O?'- <<n hand, at SMITH A
RE ALL '8. 7th street bt?t. I and R. No. 361.
CUSTOM GOODS MADE TO ORDER.-Peraont
in want of Business or Bleck Dress Suits, wili ?lad
it ereatly to their ad yr n ta ire to call at 8???? A
liEALL'B, 7tb street, i.?t. I and K, No. 381.
BOYS' SUITE.-He have juat received our large
fall and winter stock of Boya' Clothing, which w?
are offering st v-ry lew prices. Remember the
ne, SMITH A BBALL'S, 7tb atreet. bet. leni
In addition to our large stock of the above geoda,
we open to-day
300 pieces excellent qaality DARK AMERICAN
PRINTS, warranted fust colors, price m centi
300 pieces PACIFIC AND MANCHESTER PB
LAIN8. in choiee atvles aud colorings, price 5'?
cents per yard.
FRENCH DRESS GOODS, from Haggerty ft Co.'a
great salo by Auction lust Tuesday, et New
We shall open TO-MORROW, a huge a_,ort
FRKNCII DOUBLE TWILLED MERINO?,
ALL WOOL PLAIN MOUSSELINES,
?ILK PLAID AND STRIPED POPLINS,
BRIGHT ALL-WOOL SCOTCH PLAIDS.
ALP \CA POPLINS,
SILK PLAID AND STRIPED FALENCIAS.
BLACK AND COLORED PLAID SILK.?.
Ail of which we ?hall sell at a ?mall advance 0,,
J08. J. MAT ft CO..
30?? Pennsylvania avenu??.
E-i? '?vat_between9th and lf?th str**t<*.
B~Y WM. L. WALL ft ??.G??????'?.??<-.?G.-7~
South corner Pei.n'a avena? uulith ?.re-?:
GROCERIES, LIQfORS. CIGARS AND Tf?BAC
CO AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY MORNING, Sept. 2i>ih. emmea
. ins at in o'clock, we will self, at the A-ictieit
Ko.>me. an assortment of Gre series. A" . ronp.-i
Iti C'ieat- Tea. Boxe? Coffa?
2-.Ni Bcxes Ground Pepper and Kegs Mestar!
Boxeb Yellow and Pauiy So.ips
Caces Whisky, Demilohne bra.i !y
?ftJOO 1 Segare, different brands
3) Bcxes Navy and other Tobago
2i Kegs White Lead
In Barrels Molauee
Si Baskets He?sick and Siller'.- Champagne
?"? Barrels Glassware
M Barrel? old Bourbon, Gib-on. Kyle, Cincia
nati and Rye Whisky
1 Parrel Apple Brandv
.*> Barrels Kilkinnic* Tobacco
With a variety of other goods in th? Grocery
line. WM. 1 WALL ft CO,
sepie [Chronl _Auotione-ra.
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE, 7th and E streeta.
opposite Poet Office Hours of attendance?For
boys, from ? a. m. to3p. m.: ladies, i to 1>? p. m.;
gentlemen, 7 to i" p m._aep 15 St*
A LADY having a thorough education ia music,
wishes to take a few PUPILS for instruction.
Terms moderate. Those desirous ol learning cal.
at 4-t* loth atreet, between C atreet aud Pennayl
vaniaavenue. _sep l?'. 3t*
FEMALE COMPLAINTS an.I Diseases arising
from impurity of th? blood r?-veivo special at
tention from Dr. DARBY, 492 "th street, between
D and E. Honorable and tcientific treatment war
FOR SALE?On-? saund, gentle, four year,old
HOR.-E, with a BUGGY, price *?5?. ??y
Algo, one very streng, heavy, *hre ?? sprang jL?^f1
WAGON, with a ton, shafts and tongue.?3-C-.
Price ?140, at J. JOU VENAL - Lager Beer Houae.
corner ?3th and north ? sts., Capitol Hill, se lV3t*
STEAMER FAIRBANKS HAS ARRIVED. Con
signees will please attend to the
reception of their goods at once.
The steamer ^ails for New York*
Saturday, Sept. 17th instant, at J p.m.
sep 15-2t_MORGAN ft RHINEHABT.
(?BEAT BARGAINS IN GOOD
? SECOND HAND PIANOS.
One at $30, one at ?9". one at ilei.
Also, ten excellent SECOND ?????
B5-Second haul BRA33 INSTRUMENTS.
EIGHTEEN NEW PIANOS
to select from. JOHN F. ELLI8.
sep 15-Ct_306 Pa. av.. near coiner lc*h st.
Otj MONEY' MONEY! MONEY I Ofl 1
THE CLD ESTABLISHED LOAN OEFICE.
No 3.'?1 C ft . bet. 4J?' and ?5th sts.
ISAAC HERZHERG ft SON continue to make
sdvanea on al' aum<> on Watches, Diamond AfBr\
Jewelry, Ladies' and Gent's wearing aP-A A
parel. and in fnotipon s.ll rnereliandiae unii?? W
a'ly taken in a Pawn office. The highest ad\ancei
male and all li!>sine?a strictly confidential. Hav
ing conducted business for so many years in thia
city, we can. of Maree, referto any old resident of
No. 351 north C st.. bet. 4?? ani 6th sts.
Immediately in rear of National Hotel.
sep 11 lm?_I. HEKZBERG A S^N.
THE SOLDIER'S FRIEND !-Being, a corraet
fu-de to the Soldier, answering almost erery
inqniry he may have to make with directions for
the Soldier, c'e^rly and explicitly laid down, to
guide him in all hie business transactions before
the Departmente.particularly tbeWar Dep?,rtnv nt;
beside? which, it contains other information of th??
utmost value to the Soldier. No 8eldier should be
without it. 8ent post paid, to any Soldier's ad
dress, on receipt of &' cents. Address Bo< 6**9.
Washington City Post Oflice. The Soldier must be
particu ar in giving hie empany, regiment. Ae.
DOY8' AND YOUTHS'
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
We invite parepte to an inspection ? oar large
BOYS'SHIRTS. UNDERSHIRTS, DRAWERS. **
which we are selling ae low as goods of like a', al'?
ty can be had for in the Northern oDiea.
WALL. 8TEPHENS A CO..
322 Pennsylvania avenu?.
??? 14-lmif [Intel.1 bet.9th and loth eta.
OOK PAWNBROKER AND QQ?.
?ioO LOAN OFFICE. ?Oi?
LICENSED BY AUTHORITY.
2r5 MATTI!EW~K WALSH. 2??*
2S5 C BTHBKT.b. tweenl thnnd Uth.
Second door from Harvey V Of ?ter giuooi?.
In comnliatice aith the wish or many friends^ ?
am now rr rarcd to make liberal Cash ad
var.cee on Goll and Silver Watches, Dia
rronda, Jewelry. Pilver war??. Hardware,
Clothinir. and Merchandise of every deacription in
* e^THsvln? bnd twelve year? experience in hasi^
nt-ae in the City, and favorab'y knewn to maay o?
its citisene, I am confident that t<> ilwhn n.ay in
trust mo with hna'neaa,(which will be atnetlr
roo&dratial) 1 will icive aatiafaction. Ofnca epe?,
every day (Sunday exceptad) froaa Seven e cl?ek.
a M. until Nine o'clock G. *._a? ? Ejjat
MARIiFABHIONABLB ???0??T AOADBMT.
Temperano? Hall, E atraat. between 9th aud lOtn
Prof Marioi beg? leave to aanounc? to hie ~"
patrona and th? public in general, that he
will r-eume hia ?seal o? ura? of instruction
on TUESDAY. 8-ft ?th.
DAYS OF TUIT10M.
For Lsd'M, Misses, aad Ma*tera, TUESDAY.
THUBfDAYard FHIDAT. froaa ? te 3 p. m.
Clase for Genti????, every TUESDAY, THCRH
PAY aad r ATURDA Y .from ?to IP?, m.
For farther part>e?)ars aee clrcBl^ra at M"?J
Store*, or apply at the Academy during _?*__???*
TBE MBW YORK N1W?FAPERS FOBWARD^
ED IROM NEW TOEK DAILY., at *t?_??T
redneed prie???.-Torma, for ??? rear.^??*^\l?
advaaea:i For the Herald. S7, ?MVKfi. 1?../
rvibeue, %7; Tlaaea. %T, War?, S?1 ???_? *?**?
$7: Eve*la? Post. *?; K^ad?wIw*?.!^
AiUreM A^-OTCB, Ne M ?reef SThetreet, "tm