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THE EVENING STAR
W. JB. WALlssU'H. Editor ?stA^r?j?riet?r.
SATURDAY.SEPTEMBER IT? I**?*.
9V BEADING BMTTBBON EVEBY PaOB.
SEE OUT81DB FOat INTERESTING TELI
GBAPHIO AND OTHER MATTER. _
furiant gg -fc? F?*?
Daring Raid of the Enemy on onr ??taGG
4 errai? ?? the Jamen River?They Carry
Away a Large ?lumber of tattle?Onr
??valry g? iu Pursnit? A Severe Fight
between Onr Farces and a Snpp?rting
P?rty to the Rebel Raider??We Captare
S? Large .Number of l'ri?oner?
The United State? mail steamer Webster,
Capt, Cha?. Deerlng, arrived here this morn
rag at 6* o'clock, from City Point, with the
army maile and a number of rebel deserters.
fc>he ?reporta that on Thursday night two regi,
menu of rebel cavalry made a mid OB our cat
tie corral, a short distance below City Point
Tbey came In on onr left and succeeded ia get
tmg to tbe corral, which is along the river, and
drove off* a large number of cattle, overpower
ing tbe guard, composed of the 13th Penneylva
aia oat airy.
WEM alarm, however, was speedily given?
Bad all the troop? at City Point were immedi?
ately placed nnder arm?, and a body of our
cavaJry gest in pursnit of the raiders, who caa
hardly succeed In getting ont of onr line? with
At ten o'clock, yesterday morning, the hour
at which the mail steamer left City Point, the
pursuing force bad not returned? but a scout
had brought information to ?tien. Grant's bead
qBarters that our cavalry had come np with a
body of rebel? that had been sent ont to pro
tect the raiding party, and that a severe tight
?ira? going on between them.
When the Web*ter reached Fortress Menroe
Jeremy, It was reported there that onr troops
captured a large number of prisoners.
TB.S in formation is said to have -reached Fort
re?? Monroe by telegraph from City Point.
Reports are conflicting a? to the number of
eatue driven off by the rebels.
Some sav that tbey got 3^500, while others
?tate that the number was not over 1,000. The
latter flgnre is probably correct, aa 3,500 head
of cattle I? a large number to be driven off by
tea regiment? from an enemy's country.
There is no news of importance from the Im
mediate front, bot onr troop? are watchful,
feeling confident that tbe quietude will be soon
Broken by the rebel? who are receiving rein
forcement? and concentrating their troops.
Ge*. Grant is well prepared for them, bow
ever, as new troops of good fighting material
are daily joining him.
FROM THE FRONT.
The Enemy Puaished for an act ?I bad
Faith?The Eaemy busy in constructing
aew works In the rear ef their first line.
[Correspondence Associated Press]
HBAfX-TAKTBRS ABMV OP THB POTOMAC,
Sept. is?Fvening.?During the past few days?
both sides, have been engaged in a continued
?tmggle of Sharps hooting and artillery firing,
particularly In the centre of the linee.
It was thought several nights ago that thi?
annoy ing practice would cease in front of the
?Second Corps, a? an agreement had been made
by both sides to that effect, bnt it is reported
that the same night a? our men were changing
the pickets the rebels opened and killed and
wrnnded abont a dozen of oar men. Onr
Bcldier? threatened tbey would bave revenge
for mia dastardly act, so, watching a favorable
opportunity, when the rebels had alarge num.
Isjr exposed, blazed away with terrible effect
Those unhurt were not long in seeking tbe
cover of their works, and finally begged onr
men to ceaee, a? the firing the night previous
was by a new regiment, who were not aware
of the agreement. But the answer sent over
(which was rather more expressive than ele
gant) seemed to satisfy them the truce was at
an end: and ?ver since each has been watching
a chance to hit his adversary.
Over twenty ambulances were this morning
see? to come toward the place where this
struggle occnrred and go back loaded, eviden
ciBg that the rebels paid dearly for their bad
The enemy have been busy for several days
constructing a second line of work?,? short
distance behind the first, and are making lt ae
a tro-ag as the other.
SBr-TBBRBR ??, ? a. m.?All is quiet this
moraiag. Lees firing wa? heard during the
night than for along time past.
W. D. McGBBf-eOB.
The Democratic Dieaeneieu.
The New York Daily New? ie yet very bitter
?pon Gen. McClellan. Yesterday, in an ar
ticle entitled ??The Divided Democracy," lt
said that ?? the military enforcement of States
into a political alliance tbey discard Is clearly
<aa not of subjugation," being, in fact, the old
rebel cry of "no coercion." It says that the
plstform of the Chicago Convention Is all
right, bnt ?that the healing work has been un?
done. "Gen. McClellan has blown the party
to pieces a? by a bombshell. The schismatics
have gone on again after false gods. Tramp
ling on the Constitution, repudiating the sov
ereignty of the State?, and spitting upon the
fundamental condition of onr system of Gov
ernment, their voice is still for war."
1? a violent perturbation the New? exclaims
that the peace men are not to be cajoled out of
their ??jprinciples.'' In reply to the assertion
of the New York Express that "the peace par
ty will all, or about all, vote for McClellan,"
the News eaye :??? We hive already had op
portunities to it??ge of what the feeling is, es
pecially ?n the'West, and we positively assure
onr ^temporary that the bulk of the peace
???arty will not vote for McClellan if he retains
hi? present position of antagonism with tbe
Chicago platform. Neither will they vote for
Mr. Lincoln; they will remain at home upon
election day, a? men deprived of their elective
franchise by the cunning of a faction.''
Financial.?The New York Post of last
Gold opened at 20?-, and on rumor? of the cap
ture of Mobile, gradually fell to ?-Ml:,. Ex
change is dnll at uro tor specie.
Tbe lean market is ea-ier, and borrowers are
amply suppUed at 7 per cent. Commercial
p?p?*r is unchanged.
The absurd rumors relative to the immediate
Be*gotia?ion of a new loan have been resusci
tated thi? morning, and are deluding a few
The stock market ie Irregular and drooping.
Governments are ?tronr, State stocks firm,
railroad bonds quiet, mining shares dull, coal
stocks active, and railroad shares dnll.
saF*The committee having in charge the erec
tion of a monument to tbe late Thomas Wildey,
the founder of the Order of Odd Fellows in
thi? country, have fixed upon a most artistic
Bad beautiful design. Over i 11,000 has airead ?
been subscribed, and there is every assurance
?hat the monnment will epeedllv be erected in
Belttmoie. The main object of the design is to
convey, in a memorial to the lamented Ptst
Grand Sire, (the founder of the Order on this
coailnent, * tbe idea of hi? connection with and
fostering care of tbe Order?whose interest it is
to ?apport throughout the world the true prin
cipi?*? of charity: tbat tbe Order ha? been
raieed anon a com parati vel ? rough field opera,
lions, entil it ha- attained beautiful aud corn -
Tbb Twkbtt Milk-? m onb Hock Fbat ?
On Wednesday an attempt was mad? t? rival
th? treat per forman, es of the celebrated horses
Trnat ??? end Lady Fulton by trotting 20 mil?*?
ib on? hoor. oa the Fashion Ooaree. L I. The
f *22110,L !***tn* backer of time laying ?1,000
twi*SBB?fBat neeould not accomplish the feat,
to whgoe. In tnu he taitwd, for after trotting
ll ""?''?J?k30 m,nnte?. ? ???cod?, he cast a
?Boss and the content wo? abandoned.
S ALU? ? ? FaBMH 13 rjoncmceTBB COUBTT'
Th? ben?? farm of tne ??.*? Noon .1 Bawlete-h
near Vm-bbs, Dorchester county. Md , outlin
ing 4*5 ?er?*?, ha? been ?old to James Vick?s
aad John R Turner, for ?7,i*t>o, ?nd his other
?nem, called ??Orafi Farm." of ?us ?ore?, io
Tllghasn Andrews and Dr. J li Houstoa for
?ftrOUO. _ m
uVThm next elections In order are those tu
laoiaeo, Ohio and Penney I vanta, all of which
elsH-t Sta?e officer? on the second Toead ? y (tbe
nth! of October Both m Ohm and ???????
????? th? preeent governor? hold over, 8 a*e
?an per? of minor importane? only reqairing o
Bar-The rich and elegan? collection of Freaeh,
Indi? and Kngiiah l'ulna and glassware f?r
*?B#?>ly beloBglng toOb?xie?o?rro4i,o? CuroU
torn, o*b# of the B?gnev? of the D -olarntion of
I?depe?de?ce. was sold at auction on Thurs
day ia BaJ'imore.
tuTim a mom to Gov. Vomoo, r^u ??# e?,.
pilare??? thf Nonb Caroli?? troope for their
i olor at Beams' Station.
FROM.THE FRONT AT PETERSBURG.
Maveaae-te ?f Generals Graut and Butler.
FoBrTBBM Mo????. Sept, 15.?Mu? >r Gen
eral Butler arrived here this morning fron
the front, on tbe eteamer Greyhound. Trie
General comes hither for a brief sojourn,
with tbe hope of improving bis health, which
has become somewhat impaired.
General Grant en rente fer Waahingt?n.
1. G? P. M.?Lieutenant General Grant has
just arrived here on the steamer Metamora, .???
route for Washington. Previous to his depar
ture hence, he had an interview with General
Butler on board the steamer Greyhound.
General Hickman also arrived this afternoon
from the front, on his way North
Rebel Gearral Price's Mevements? bhelby
< o-operating with Him.
St. Lorie. Sept. If?.?Reliable information
hae been received here that General Price
crossed the Arkansas river at Dardanelles,
?--"Uhalf way betweeB Little Rock and Fort
smiTh on ??^ sth instAnt? witn flve thousand
rel?el cavalry, evidenC.'j destined for Missouri.
Shelby's movements in nortar-?* Arkansas
and southeast Missouri seem to be aime- **1
Cape Girardean, while Price probably will
strike at Springfield. These places are well
fortified, and have garrisons strong enough to
repel any attack._
Haltixobb. '-'ept. 16.?The late order of
Sherman, in regard to hie mode of dealing with
secessionists, causing a great deal of uneasy
fluttering in that body bere. A few indignant
comments, and a comparison favorable to Bat
1er, is about the extent of their condemnation
and protest at present. Bounty jumpers, both
male and female, continue to thrive, bat tbe
aathoritles are active, and scarcely a day passes
that several are lot detected and made to suffer
It is rumored here that a distinguished mili
tary chief is ia the city, whose destination is
tbe Shenandoah' valley. A train was kept in
readiness all last evening for some parp?se,
and this may have given rise to the rumor.
Baltimore. Sept. 16.?The pirate Georgia,
captured off Lisbon by the Ni gara, pat into
Fortress Monroe yesterday, somewhat dis
Quota ?f P*Bghkeepsie, ?. Y., Fall.
Pot/oh kbbprtb, Sept. 16.?Tbe quota of this
city ander the last caU is fall. The quota for
the district will probably be filled by the time
the wheel re vol yes._
Fir? at Binghamten, N. Y.
Binohamtob, Sept. 10. ? p. m.?The north
wing of the Inebriate Asylum is now la flames.
It ts feared theentlre edifice will be destroyed.
Abolttioh or Slavbbt rn Lottisiawa.?
The new Constitution of Louisiana is adopted
by the people of the State by a large majority.
The Era saya :
?? Louisiana is a Free State forever. The
Constitution that prohibits 'Slavery or invol
untary servitude, exceptas a punishment for
crime,' has received the endorsement ot a
large majority of the legal voters of the State
41 The election of the ratification or rejection
of the new Constitution. and for members of
the General Assembly and members of Con
gress, passed off very quietly. Considerable
earnestness was displayed la the early part of
the day, and the friends of the respective can
dldates displayed much enthusiasm for their
favorites?towards noon a heavy rain came
on, and drove the crowds away from the polls.
The streets were wet and the weather threat
ening during the baiane?? of the day, and no
doubt prevented many persons from visiting
tbe voting stations."
GG*^?==??>???????? MAY BB ?XPECTK.D IN
IL"? 8T. PAUL'S ENGLISH LUTHERAN
ClTCRCH.cor.of Hand Uth etreets,to-raormw.
Sabbath.at 11 a. m. and "X p. _?.., by the Rev. Mr.
Stitt, wbo will preach regularly until the return
of tb? pastor. Lecture ?very Thursday ni?bt at
7Vt p. m._sep 17 it?
rv-_f=? FIB8T WARD STILL IN MOTION -An
_JL_? adiourned meeting of the citizens of the
First Ward will beheld TIII3 (Saturday) EVE
NING, at the Mess House, corner 21 st and F ate.,
to hear report of several committees appointed at
the meeting last night, it is hoped every on? in
terested will att?i.d punctually, By ori? r
It* _8. X DOUGLASS, President,
???? WASHINGTON CITY EXEMPTION
ASSOCIATION will meet on SATURDAY
_ fBNlNG. the 17th inst.. at 7'. o'clocK, at Tem
perance Hall, on E street, between 9th and luth
Business of importance to be transacted : and a
full and punctual attendance Is requested.
By order of the President.
11_R. S. DAVIS. Secretary.
fr^-flFTH WARD. ATTENTION.
<JJ3 The eitizens of the Fifth Ward ar? re
quested t?. meet on THIS iSaturday) EVENING,
tao 17th, at 7>? o'cloek, at Langley's Hall, corner
of 31 street east and Penn'a avenue, for the pur
So?S of devising m?*ans by which the ward may
e relieved of th? impending draft.
GEO. 9 GULlCK,
It_CHA8. I OANFIELD.
MASONIC?Th? membere of NEW JERU
_?_. SALBM LODGE. No. 9, of F. A. A. M.,
"??? meet at Masonic Hall, corner 9th and D sts.,
on TO-MORROW, (Sunday) September 18th. to
attend the fanerai of our late Brother, W. U.
Jbxnbb Master MasonB In good standing are
fraternally invited to attend.
N. B.?Brethren will alease be punctual in their
attendance at IS o'clock. By order W. M.
It?_ORIAS H?BET. See.
THB GREATEST BAR TO HAPPINB88
_ iath? Bar of the Grot Shop. He who fre
?uent? it will very likely soon rind himself before
the Bar of Justice. Let usali, then, place a Bar
against all evil s arising from Intemperance, the
Bar on which ao many young men hare been ship
All in favor of piaci?? a Bar against the Grog
8hopa of Washington are respectfully invited to
attend at the Munie Stand, Capitol Grounds.
SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock. Addresses
on Temperance by Bev. Dr. Mark-, I/, ut. Bav
BOXii.Dr. W.u.mi and others.
Lett bere be a gocd turnout of the friend? of
Temperance, Law and Order. Gome one, come all.
rr--_=?McCLELLAN CLUB, OF THB SECOND
LL5 WARD.?The citizens of the Second Ward
favorable to theelectioc of McClellan and l'eu.lie
ton, are reepectfuliy invited to meet at German
Hall. 11th atreet west, between F and G .streets
north, to loin in the ratification procession, on
SATURDAY EVENING, 17th instant, at ti o'clock.
J. F, HALIDAY. President.
WM. J. MILLER. Secretary._sep M 2t*
|V-_=?8EV_NTH WARD EXEMPTION FUND
!l_? ASSOCIATION?An adjourned meeting of
the above association will be held at Is'and Hall,
fcATTRDAY EVENING. September 17th, at 7l.
o'clock. In view of the efcort time intervening
before the draft, it ia important that every citizen
ot the ward ahould be preaeut, in order, il possible,
to ?11 the ward quota
C. 8. NOYES, President.
W. J. MTRTAGH, Sec._sep Ut-g
rvi-_r-RALLY! RALLY RALLY !-LINCOLN
IL3 AND JOHNSON CLTJH -A sp^ia' meet
?nstofthe Club will be held EVERY EVKNINO.
at union Lean? Hall, 9th atreet, between D and
E strette, at 8 o'clock.
All true fri ?cri a of the Union, who favor the
election of Abribam Lincoln and Andrew John
son, are invited to be present and unit? with tke
Club L. OLBPRANB President.
JNO. T. CLEMENTS. Jr., Secretary, sep 16 tf
ry^5-?LADIE8 0Y8*f KB AND DINING SALOON,
II3 at J08. 8HAFFIELDS Confectionery,
5-? Sixth atreet between G and H. Parties.
Fairs, WeddiBga. ? Us. Receptions and Entertain
ments furnished at the shortest notice aud most
reasonable farms. Ice Cream and Water Ice made
by steam power, wholesale and reta?!. aepH-lm*
rt^-^NEW^BU?LDiNG ASSOCIATION .-Books
?L3 of ?ubscription for a new BUILDING AS?
S<)CI AT ION are open at the office of HARVEY
A COLLINS. No. 47t> 7th atreet. (opposite ?ven
eralPost Office.) where persine destrona of be
cominc members bave an opportun ty to Kuhscrlbe.
When so ?>G??G??? ar? subscribed, a mestine will be
called and the association organised. sep || ti
nr3=? MeCLELLAN CLUB OF~THBFIB3T
L)J? WARD-? meeting of the club ?ill b* bell
on ea^b evenin? of tMs week, at tbeir headquar
ters. the Reynold'* ? us?, corn-r Penn'a avenu?
and 18th st , at7>?; o'elock * m. A pinetual atten
danc?? of the membere is requested. An invitation
is extended to all C~?j?*T-af?t?f m?n who desire 10
become members. JOHN T. O. CLaRK. Pres't.
sepl.VU* THOS. Q. LKCRRON. 8ec*y.
oefTJ 8?B8TIT?TB8, *?!.*?
WANTED PKINOIPLtSS Ib? 10colored mea io go
to the credit of t ? is ' ' let
JAMBS T. CLOSE. 315 Pa. av.,
sep 17 3t* _,.,.? it? Metr po iUu M ?tel.
sUBSTirn *<* n knishbd.
Perecea deeiriag SUBSTITUTES can be fur
? irtbed at th? lo weet prie* a. Apply im medi ?tel?? at
HOOVER* CO. Legal Ageata,
?90 New Jersey aveoae,
?ep_17 It* Opppal?? City Paeeenger R B. Depet.
MISS LILLIE niNNKTT has th? hoaor tola
form ihe pub te tbat ?be ia prepared to give
instructions in ? ua?c. at her reside :?. No. 4'?*? U
?that ,6th and Tth ?ta., aad respeotfnUy solicit?.
?? e respect ullv ?ff^r? the fo'lowln? referons?? .
''r,. J ? Dani,I, Bua Rieh M W ?Il eh tt?yor,
Franck ? ?1er ta?., Dr. Alex. McDeoald Davis.
Joba F. Cnvle, E<m.
Wa?ntaoTOB. D. 0., BjBj_s?p IT-eoi ?a*?
DUO ? OS A L8 FO R OAKLMB?R.
Oiief Quartermaster's Offite, Denti ?t Washington,l
_ ,_ Waabinftou. ?. 0 Sep?. 17. ?|?,?. i*
??_*^_fj^???^l?will be receive-? at thi? office
until aATrRDaV.sVpt ?..???, ?t 1. ??'clock ?a ,
*?VLftr? **AHOI?BDOAB BOARDS, one lach
???aMy0 *** ??'???J*t*?,*0 ? **&*?*?* imei?
??!G? ?G- be "*?1*** G??t doea not pas? th?
? ir 0"TJ"r??n?'nt asp e?i0o
11.J? Hahtiorei-et ?1 hirietha mayh" deemed
?aa high ia reaery-S ?,,the D pet ^u?ru,rmaa
Proposais ahoeld b?, a^4r'a??d to th n?d*r
Mi.?????' la'ora-I ?n ibe . ? vh|0? ?? ? ?n ,?al? for
Oak Uni? r " D M R?'C^aR
Une G-? an?P ? fQa ^r?^.
?ep If < t Dee? of Wa.hiag-oa.
???????? LinOOi.1?. President of th?? united
States or America,
To ail whom Umay co,.cr*.
battafactory evidence having bwn exhibited
to me that Lbob db la Cova has been ap
pointed Oonsul ot Venezuela at Philadelphia, I
do hereby recogn i ne liira as such, and declar?
him free to exerciee and enjoy such tunctious,
powers, and privileges, as are allowed to
Consuls by the law of nations or by the laws
of the United States and existing treaty stipu
lations between the Government of Venet-uela
and the United State?.
In testimony whereof, I have caused these
letters to be made patent, and the Seal of
the United State? ot America to be here
Given under my hand at the city ot Wash
ington, tbe fifteenth day o? September, A.
fLS.l I). lr*4, and of the independence of the
United States of America, the ??th.
Hy the President:
William ?. Sbward. Secretary of Sttte.
LOST AND FOUND.
<*?TOLEN OR STRAYED from the snbncriber,
i?5 living st the corner Of tth ?.tret-t west and G
street north, a nieiliiiin aized black CO ?V, with ?
large white star on her fare. Hank and belly white,
tip .-f the tail ?lso while. Any p?>r-.on giving in
formation of her whereabouts or fetch her to the
hou-e. >ha 1 be liberally rewarded._?ep 17-31*
?? KB*ARI? ???"tolen or strayed, one white
*??? liuffalo COW, red and white about tl?e head
and ne-k. and one reti epot ebove the tail. Any
one delivering her to JOB ? NEAG?.B, on :'.i st.,
between Fand G at*., or to JOHN KBKF1'., on ?
st.. between ' i and 4-- sts., will receive the above
tfj fr.. BEWARD?Was hired by an officer nani ??'.
???^?> 's s* t?. t? Anderson, 'et New York Artillery,
Battery (1, a black I10R8B, four white leg?, white
face, gl*?? ey???, 15 hands, on FrW?y, September 2,
wi h military saddle a< ?1 bridle, fifty Dollars
rewaid will be given for th? horse and conviction
of thief. R. CROIT A SON,
sep 17-3t*_Georgetown, D. 0.
STRAYED OR 8T0LEN-On the 14?h of August,
a white and yellow BDFf ALO COW, her tail
cropped off, and her hoofe were ? cry long and
tbin. A liberal reward will be paid if brought to
CATAHBEB E?RgN.nearTenallytown. ?ep 16-it*
?**?? ? RE W A RD .? - Stray --?d or stolen on the I n h Inst.
O?-? a dark bay ????? ent on th? left hip and
left chest, few white hairs on the forehead. The
above reward will be given if returned to the cor
ner of 3d ?nd M streets. Island. M. QU1NN.
sep 16- 2t?_
LOST OR STOLEN'-On th? ISth inst.. aSOBRBL
IIORSB, with ?light mane and tail ?about 14
bande high, about 24 year? old, alow in hie move
ment? fin reward will be given if returned to 3.
?. ?ATLOR. near Good Hope, or at PYWBLL'S
8t?bles,8th street.bet. D and B. aep 16,1t*
THIS IS TO CERTIFY that & dark roan MAKE,
?tar in her ferhead, with old harness on. was
bronght before me ?a ?n ?strsv, found on Navy
Yard Hill. Said Mare ie ?bout five ye?rt old.
The owner must prove property, pay chargea
?nd take her away. Apply No. ?**?b Va. Avenue,
near thb corner of 8th etreet.
sep 15-*** EDGAR IL BATES. 3. P. [gBSM.
f 4 ? BEWARB?Wae ?tolen on the night of th?
O-x" 14th in-tant a BAY MARB. her right hind
foot white and small walte atreakeintbe ferehead;
marked on Wft foreshoulder, i. ??"U.S." ?92"
will be given for the apprehension and conviction
6? the thief and $?? for get ing the Mare back
?gain or $4) for both. 8. PIFCERLING,
?ep 15 3t* on Glenwood rr>ad,near Cemetery.
TRWP?SSKS-NOTICE-Several COWS and
one HORSB. branded "'condemned."have been
found treapaseing upou the erounde ?G the George
town College. The owners are re?ineeted to prove
property, pay charges, and take them away; aod
notice is hereby given that ?11 persons hereafter
committing any trespass bv willfully breaking
down or injuring the fences belonging to the
land? of the Collere, or by ent?rine any of their
ene'osed land? with their cow?, horse?, or other
animal?, will be prosecuted to tne utmost extent
of the law. By order of the President. auU-eolm
FIRST ?'LASS BOARI?, w'th FurnMi<-.l Room?,
alno. Table, can be obtained at No. :??'> i 6*h at.,
between II and I. _aep 17-7t*
?LEASANT COUNTRY BOARD can be hvl
tear Bladeoshnrir. Apply tv W. B. Brown.
Coal dealer, ****'> Pennsylvania Avenue, between
llth and 12th etreetir,_sep 17-3t*
ROOMS WITH HOARD, si. I TaMe Board with
out Boome, may be had at 13 4 Pennsylvania
avenue, bet. 19th aud2??th._sep 1S-1W
(~?OOD~B?ARDING with pleasant apartment?,
? can be obtained en apulicatiou at No. 4**>6
14th etreet, near Willard 'a Hotel sep 1? 3t*
QQQ" FIRST STREET, BETWEEN A AND B*.
tiijrj CAPITOL niLL ? Single gentlemen, or
eect'emon and their wives, can now be accommo
dated with large, pleasant BOOMS. Location
pleasant. Breakfast from 7 to 8, l?inner at ?.
Reference* exchanged sep 15 lit*
A FEW TABLK BOARDERS WANTED AT
No. ?00 E street. Aleo, anieely FURNISHED
ROOM, to gentleman and wife, with board. Meals
to suit hssiness._eep 12 lw*
FIRST-CLASS BOARD, with Furnished Roems,
Also Table I!..ard can be obtained at No. II?'?
E street, between 8th and 9tb. Breakfast from 7
to 9 ; dinner from 3 to 5 sep3-lrn*
ANY 8UITABLE PEB80N WI8HING TO
adopt au intelli-rent, go'-d-loaking little boy,
3 years old, may hear of an opportunity of doing
so by oddreeeiDg a line to B. 8., Star Office.
torn Bj st*_
NOTIOE-TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCEBN.
Tbe partnership heretofore existing between
Drs M. V. B. Bogan and S. W. Bogan, will be die
solved on Monday, the 19th day of September. All
persone indebted to tbe firm will please setti?
their accounts with Dr. af. V. B. Bogan.
M. V. ?. BOGAN.
seplMw* 8. W.BOGAN.
? ?. LABBB'S DANCING ACADEMY.
F. ?. LABBE has tbe honor of informing hia
patrone ?nd the public that in conee?juence
of his not being able to obtain hie room until
November, he ie obliged to postpone thei
commencement of his classes in Washington?
until that time. Due notice will be given in future
advertieemente of the exact time. sep 15
rWECORATED TOILET 8ETT8.
Our importation of DECORATED TOILET
SETTS exceed i a finish and beauty of designe, an ?
goods of the kind ever brought to this city. We
invite the public to inspect them, ?swell ?a our
stock of Housekeeping Articles generally.
C. W. BOTELER A SON,
Importers of n?uise-furnlshing Geode,
318 Iron Hall. Pennsylvania ?venue.
aeplSeoSt IChron.l bet. 9th and 10th ets.
PROPOSALS will be received at tbe Mayor'?
office until 11 o'clock M. on MON DAT. the i;?th
inst. next, f? r grading ? etreet north fr ?m 6th to
14th street west,or uuch portion thereof ?-?the
Mavor may direct.
No part of the appropriation will be paid until
the work i? Approved by the Commissioner?.
Bidder? will state the price p?r cubic yard.
The cutting and filling will be paid for but once;
that which mesaureemost. _
JAS. W SPALDING.
Commis* oner 2d Ward.
JOHN ? GARNE*.
Commissioner 3d Ward.
sep'..V7t (Intel | Commissioner4th Ward.
ilo F STREET.
CUTLERY AND FANCY GOODS
COAL OIL AND COAL OIL LAMPS.
I offer ail of the sbove articles of goods, which
embree? the best assortment ever offered to the
Washington public, at in per cent lower than they
can He purchased elsewhere in the city.
Coli and see for yourselves.
J. R EOLEY,
e.'-pMm* 316 ? st. nerta. bet l th and llth
369 ?niOTWIHT. ^
mo.? BED LOUNGES BIOS
Awnno. ftB<j AwjrrBo.
GILT ?SAME MIBBOBd.
Just received per schooner Empire twenty differ
ent st ? lee
which we ar? offering st very low figures.
Our etock of
GILT FRAMB MIBBORS
will be found extensive, and in prloe will compare
with that of any house ia the unit d States.
Purchasers, remember we are selling our entire
KFRNITURB AND HOUSEKEEPING ?BOOBS
?enerally 1.1 per cuat.leee than ??? house in th?
ci?y. If von ore in wont ? f good article? ?t low
prices don't forget us. Call end examine oar
?tock By so doing you incur no obligation to
We ?-till allow ten per ?ent. on all bills of ?*HW and
upwards. H. BONTZ,
Successor to Bout? A Griffith.
sept-tf 369 Seventh Street.
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t MI TED STATES ? 3-10 LOAN.
THE IIB8T NATIONAL BANK OF WASHING
TON haa rsow'on head, ready fer immediate deirry
sv? a fall ?apply of these new Bonds, bubseribers
arertque>ud w pr?tent tht\e eertificaits at once and
retrive ?/urie Bonds.
Th'S? b?v(ag money to invent should not los?
s-ghtof the root that by investing in thia Loan
they o?t ?n.y receive lntereet. ?t th? high r?t? 0f
7 S If per cent., bat secure to themwlve? th? very
iu.por'aotodvaDta-r??. of obtaining, at the end of
three rears, ? PRE CENT. ?-20 YEAR BONDS
AT PAR. whieh ar? now worth over 19 percent,
premium, ?ad which alter th? war null necessa
ri'? ?I? ance to a much higher rat?. ?uK-tf
CB-LLS AND FEVERS-SHAKE NO MflRB,
G< at one? to M: (tR(tV4 DROGSlORB, 11?
I'??.im?lvi??.i? avenue. We.t Bad, and procure a
botti?? cf Ague Our ?ad ? ptekeg? of hie Antidoti.
The? ar? warranted te sur?. Prloe ?1.61. ssp 3-lw
I O'CLOCK p. m.
GOV ER SIM?: ? T SECURITIES.
Ja.y Oooke A Oe. fnrmab the following quo
tations of Government securities :
Wasbibotob, Sept. ??. 19M.
U.S. Os Coupon 1981.H'?? lu*
U. 8 S -?n'?.110 111
7 310 Treasury Notes.Ill 11*3
One Year Certificate?. ?1^ M -?
Nbw ???p.?FiRPT Board.
Coupons, li?; 5-20's. l?>>%, Certificates, MV:
THE DRAFT NOT TO BB POITI'ONBD IN
This morning Mayor Wallach, accompanied
by d?l?gations from the various Wards, waited
upon Provost marshal General Fry, to a.-lr. a
postponement of tbe draft ia this District, for a
short period, in order to give the District an
opportunity to fill the quota, as active ezer
tiyns were being made In the various Wards.
Col. Pry gave the delegation a courteous
bearing, but expressed the opiflion that no
postponement could be granted. The reasons
urged for a postponement did not seem to him
The delegation afterwards waited upon the
Secretary ot War. who also received them
courteously, but replied very promptly that
tbe draft could not be postpone?!. '?Not a mi
nute, not a second," said the Secretary.
If the hopes of the community are somewhat
dashed by this decision, we can content our
selves with the knowledge that delegations
from various parts of the country are meeting
with the same decided refusal to that given to
the city's delegation to-day.
GENERAL GRANT'S PRIVATE SKORETABV.
Captain E. G. S. Parker, Assistant Adjutant
General U. s. Volunteers, has been announced
an private secretary on the staff of General
Grant, with the rank ol Lieutenant Colonel,
vice W. B. Rowley, resigned.
DI8MI8BED THB SERVICE.
We learn that let Lient. W. D. McCoy, of the
65th Ohio volunteers, has been dishonorably
dismissed the service, for attempting to desert
and conduct prejudicial to good order and mil?
SENT TO CLINTON PRISON.
Sergeant Edward Coaly, of the 19th Regi
ment, Veteran Reserve Corps, was sent to
Clinton Prison to-day, to serve out his term of
sentence by Court Martial.
nor Gov. Smith, of Vermont, received the
following congratulatory dispatch from the
Secretary of War:
To Governor Smith .??I congrat?late you on
the result of your State election. All hall to
the Green Mountain boys ! They have smote
tbe rebel sympathizers at home, as their gal
lant brothers smite the toes of their country on
the field of battle. E. M. Stanton.
Position op Sbbatob Wade.-The Dayton
(Ohio) Journal says the Hon. Ben Wade takes
the stump for Lincoln this week. H? ppoaks
first at Meadville, Pa., on Saturday.
? m*m * ? - < ?--.
A Guard Overpowered by Rebel Prisoners.
Caibo, III , Sept. 16? Twelveguerrlllas, on
their way as prisoners from Smithland to
Louisville on the steamer Colossus, when near
Cassville, overpowered and disarmed the
guards and killed two or three of them. They
then compelled the officer to land the boat anil
escaped, carrying off the arms of the guards
and such valuables as they chose from the
New York Stock Market?First Board.
[By the People's Line?Office 511 Ninth etreet.j
New Yobk, Sep. 17.?IL S. I8H. cenpon 6'?,
107 V? U. 8.5.20 s, HOtf; Certificate? of Indebt
?dees?, Mit: Gold, 222/; ?. Y. Central, 12?;
trie, UHM; Hudson River, 11S\; Harlem,?;
eadlng, 129 If; Michigan Central, 138],; Michi
gan Southern, 60; Illinois Central, 126;
Cleveland and Pittsburg, lio ? : Cleveland and
Toledo, 123; Chicago and Rock Island, lo?;?;
MUwaukle and Prairie da Chien, 60; Pitts
burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago, io: ,: Alton
and Tena Hante, 55; Chicago and North
western, 51 Mi Maraposa, 42?,; Qnickellver,
~l\ ; Pacific Mail, 261; Cumberland, 6>.
* ?,? ?
Sbvbbth Ward Exbmptiox Fcnd_L?jpe.
cial attention is called to tbe announcement of
the meeting in the Seventh Ward to-night to
take measures to fill the quota of that ward.
A little active exertion on the part of the cit
izens of the ward will save that ward from
the draft, and a contribution of aiz or seven
dollars from each man enrolled will do the
Secobd Ward Exemption Association.?
An adjourned meeting of citizens of the Second
Ward was held last night at German Hall, 11th
street, to take measures to fill the ward qnota.
Mr. J. Russell Barr, President of the associa
tion, culled tbe meeting to order, and Mr. J. W.
Spalding, secretary, made a report ia behalf of
the ward canvassers. They had collected from
Sf-00 to Si.ooii, in their three days operations,
and found the need of having more collectors.
He moved that collectors l?e appointed as fol
lows for the ward : Two south of Pennsylvania
aveune; two between the avenue and F street:
two between F and H streets; two between H
aud K: two between K. and M; and two north
of M; said collectors to act In conjunction with
tho.-e already appointed.
The motion was agreed to: and the following
Wire appointed: William Pettibone and George
Haeur, for the first-mentioned district; George
E. Jillard and A. Schilling, for the second; A.
Tonnet and John McClellan, for the third; F.
Miller and S. F. Stewa-t, for the the fourth;
Wm. Thomas aud G. T. T.angley, for the fifth;
and John McO. Carusi aud Charles F. Smith,
for the bixth.
On motion of Mr .1 T. McGuire, collectors
were appointed for the Departments as fol
lows. C. P. Gunnion, for Patent Office; J. F
McGuire, post OfflcejF. A. Howard, Treasury
Department; George ? Raub, War and Navy
Departments ana Winder's Bailding; Thomas
Thompson, lor Quartermaster's Department:
and James Sinclair, for Paymaster's Depart
Mr. Spaulding moved that a committee of
three be appointed to act in conjunction with
the Mayor, in waiting npon Provost Marshal
General Fry, to ask an extension of the draft
fur one week at least He said they had learned
from the autborities that the quota ot the ward
would not exceed 103 at the outside, and he
believed from the enthusiasm now felt in the
ward in the matter, that their quota could be
tilled in one week. Had they the money, the
men were forthcoming at any moment.
The committee that bad waited upon the
Provost Marshal were informed that the draft
would commet?. ?? first with tbe wards where
tbe deficiency was greatest. It was probable,
Mr. Spalding said, that the drafting would
commence first with tbe county, Georgetown,
and the First and Fourth Wards, and that the
Third Ward would be one of the last wards
drawn, and that tbe draft would not come
there before Thursday or Friday. Whether
the draft was postponed or not, this would
give them time to work.
Tbe motion of Mr. Spalding whs adopted,
and Messrs. Jame? W. Spalding, W. N. Haw
ley and S. W. Owen were appointed on tbe
Mr Spa ding moved that l.ooo more copies of
a card addressed to the people of the Ward,
prepared by tbe committee, be printed for cir
culation, and wished to get the sense of the
meeting upon the proposition made ia this ad
ri re?-.-, that ??should the association fail to fill
the quota, the money will be equally divided
amongst those drafted who have contributed to
wards the fand."
The meeting voted affirmatively ou the pro
Tbe meeting adjourned with the understand
ing that the Ward should be throroughly can
vassed, it possible, to-day.
Cbmtbr Market To-dar.?Beef, beet cuts,
e?G pound, 30c ; uext, '?5c. Salt Beer, 15*2l?c ;
ried Beef, 25c. Veal, 20c Mutton, best chops,
25c Lamb, per pound, 25c. Pork, fresh, 23c.
Pork, corned, 25c. Bacon, hams, uncut, 30c ?
sliced, ?i?c; breasts, 25c ; shoulders, 25c But
ter, 55a?5c. Chi e kens, per pair, ?tat*. Daoke,
per pair, B1.25. Eggs, per doxen, 30o. Toma
toes, per peck, 50c. Pears, per peck, 5*c.a?.l.
Oymbiia?, per dosen, 16a2Sc Cucumbers, 30c.
Green Corn, per dosen, *5o. Apples, per peck,
new,5<c.?,aried, WicaSI. Potatoes, Irish, per
peck, 75c ; sweet, 5Cc, String Beans, per peck,
30c. Peachee, new, per p?ck, 50c at 1; dried,
per quart, ?5c Cherries, dried, ?5c. Beaas,
buter, 30c; white, IttalUc. Raddlahee, bunch,
6al0c- Beeu, 10c. Onions, per peek, StsSI 25.
Cabbage, per head, los?5c. Lettene, per heaa,
3al0c Fish-Rook, larg?*, eaoh, ?*-51??3; email,
per buaoh, soaave : haUnnt, ??er pound, 30c;
rea baaa. lue.; bla?' t?**., 15e ; lobster, 12c; atar
?eon, 15<v. pike, per bunch, SUe.afl; perch, 53c
Rye. per bushel.f l-75at*. Cornmeal, fi. Shi,?
stuff. ?Scafilo. Brownetuff, 70c Shorts, 5"c.
Corn, ehelled, r>; in the ear, per barrel, tlO?
?1A5?. Onta, per-bushel. FIa?l.?r>. Hat. psr
cwt.??l-"ia?*.?. totr?w, ?l..">?.???*.?? (llover Hay,
Bt*r*9SFI 50. Et? plant??, each, ice. l'ante
io ? pee. Aft-i'? o. Wafer melo ne, '?oatOc. Iumson?,
per peck. 75c. Piami, per qunrt, I5a2?c. Chin
quapin?, ??c. Q-rape?*. per pound, 15c.
Ten National 1?bho< rat:? AB??ociATto*?
had ano her tr*.??eting last night at Parker's
Hall C ?. rtermenle, Eaq , presided, ?nd
Mr W J. Flinn wa? secret-try.
On motion of John I). Clarke. Esq . General
McClellan and George ?. Fendleton were
elected honorary members of the Association,
and the president of the Association -was au.
thrrized to notlfr there of their election.
Mr. F Schmidt, the treasurer, announced
that that he had received B7SQ ior the celebra
tion to-night, and be announced that the eg.
penses would be abodt il.'*00. Mr. S. called
upon members to make up the deflciencv.
Speeches were made bv Capt. Wm. J. Geary,
John E. Norrii, Esq., Thomas Florence, Esq.,
Chas. ?. Utermehle, and others.
A Bbastlt Fbllow.?Last night abont
two o'clock, Mr. Geo. F. Hotchkiss, formerly
a detective*, but at present a county officer,
arrested Frank Lavier upon a chtrge of
Sodomy. This morning the case was called
up for trial by Juerl?*?e Glberson. Tbe evi
dence is too disgusting lor publication? but
resulted in the accused being; held to bail for
court in B?00. Lavier is a good-looking young
man, *2i years ot age; is Intelligent, professes
to be an actor, and comes from New York. H?
did not deny tbe charge ; but tries to excuse
himself by saying that the spiritualist? and
others designated by him, are wor?se than he
is. Mr. Hotchkis? took him in custody to
point out some of those be charged with worse
??G???8' Coubt, Judge Purcell. ? This
morning, the will of the late Henry Lehne,
l>e<< nenthing the residue of his property, after
paying his debts, to hi? wife Bertha, was filed
Letters of administration wer?? issued to
Anna Ackmann, on the estate of Christian
W. O. Sbreve was appointed guardian of
Charlea S. Shreve, orphan of John Shreve,
?* Tbe first and final recounts of W. F. Speake,
guardian of the orphan of Matilda Rateiiffe,
and Louisa Kearney, executrix of Jam?? s Kear
ney, were approved and passed a? was the
b lance and distribution account of tbe laet
A WA8hih??tohi ax Captubbd.?A few days
since, Mr. vv. A. Fitzhugh, residing on Louis
iana avenne, nejar the City Hall, left tbe city
in a buggy belonging to Mr. Murphy, or Sixth
street, for Virginia, for the purpose of getting
colored recruit? for tbe army, and wa? cap
tured by Mosby'e guerril la? somewhere in
Fairfax or Fauquier counties, and has been
committed to Castle Thunder, In Richmond,
a? announced by the Richmond paper?, on the
charge of being a Yankee spy. Mr. Fitzhugh
is a refugee from that part of the country, and
knew the road? perfectly, bnt uufortunately
fell into the hands of guerilla?
Wac-eb Raised.?The sailmakers at the
Navy-Yard have had their pay increased, by
order of the Secretary ot the Navy, from *3 to
$3.50 per day, the latter being the rates which
is now paid first-class hands in Baltimore, and
there none otner than first-class bands em
filoypii here. The ?ail loft, which was ample
? its dimensions a few years since, is now
found to be inadequate for the work. It has
been much improved lately, ana In order to
add to the facilities a new flooring lia-, been
laid in the loft. This department of the yard
is admirably conducted bv Sallmaker H. W.
Frankland, of the regular Navy.
Pobt op Gborobtown.?Entered?Steamer
Prometheus, Beckett?, New York; Cornelius
Haddon, Forbes, Philadelphia. Cleared?
Schooner Constitution, Maddox, Naujemoy*
Blooming Youth. Shannon, do ; '/ion, Field'?,
Saulsbnry: Quail, Harper, Baltimore: Mahlon.
Anderson, Vienna; A. B. Howe, Soper, New
York: Planter, Hopkins, Accomac; ?. E.
Smith, Jones, Baltimore; G. B. McClellan,
I'umphrey, Broad Creek; Flight, McNamar,
City Point: Mechanic, Beachara, St. Mary's-;
steamer Fairbanks, Hunter, New York.
A Straw fbom thb Jail.?This morning
one of the guards at th.* jail, ascertained the
preference of the male prisoners for President,
and with the following result:?For Lincoln.
u whites and S3 blacks. For McClellan, 51
whites and 25 blacks. Majority for McCl??l
lan 30, Six of the prisoners were unconditional
and did not care who was elected.
Thb Fourth Ward McClellan Club met
laet night at Parker's Hall. Dr. Clayton pre
sided. C. H. Utermehle was appointed mar
shal of tbe ward club for the celebration to
St ATX on thb t???????t???At Frank
lin A Co.'a, opticians, No. 844 Pennsylvania
avenue, th? thermometer ?tood to-day at 1
O'clock, In th? shade 78, in the sun, 90.
Ai.EXASi.RiA AwrAiUR?Execution of a De.
serter.?Private Samuel W. Downing, alias
John W Ball, Company H, 4th Maryland in
fantry, wa? executed to-day for desertion and
bounty jumping. It appears, from Do wnlng's
own confession, made before Col. Wells, Pro
vost Marshal General, that be enlisted in the
4th Maryland in Augost, 1861, and since then
haa deserted and re-enliated, or loined the
army aa a substitute, seventeen times. The
amount of bounty and substitute money he has
received foot? up a grand total of ?17,550.
Dowing waa arrested while at the Provost
Marshal'? office in Baltimore, where he had
gone to re-enliat for tbe eighteenth time.
From Baltimore he was sent to Camp Distri
bution, near this city; wa? from there soon
transferred to the Green prison on Fairfax
street, where he remained until after hi? trial.
He was then for a lew days confined In Odd
Fellows' Hall, and during the laet days of bis
imprisonment wa? confined for better security
in the county jail.
The execution took place on the common
northwest of the city, sear Sickle Barracks.
The prisoner was marched into the sqnare at
fifteen minutes past eleven, accompanied by
the brigade band playing a solemn dirge, the
Provost Marshal, Capt. Gwynne, ministers
A' tbe conclusion of the reading of the sen
tunce by the Provost Marshal, the prisoner
spoke as follows, in a loud, clear voice:
??Well, soldiers. I suppose I've got to be ex*-,
ecuted, and I reckon it's all right. All I've
got to say is, do your duty to yonr country
faithfully. I was once color sergeant of the
-Pennsylvania, and an honorable man, but
1 have disgraced myself and now have to die
for it. You had better work for one dollar a
day all your lives than act as I have. I am
worth twenty thousand dollars, but I am to be
executed, and it won't do me any good. Take
my advice then, and let prostitutes alone?
bounties won't do you any more good in the
long run than they have me. Serve yonr coun
try faithfully and take a little whisky now and
then?it won't hurt you ! I haven't got time to
sav anything more. Good bye."
If there was any sympathy felt for the pris
oner before thi? speech was made it was all
gone by the time of ite close. After an exhor
tation and prayer by the ministers in atten
dance, he was seated on the end of his effionn,
with his face to the east, and blind-folded.
Not a muscle was seen to move, but to tbe last
be braved death as one who had fully made
up his mind to die. Exactly at 1*2 o'clock m.,
Capt Gwynne gave the order to fire, and the
prisoner was launched into that eternity for
which he seemed to have so little dread.
Mosby Retwrted Wounded.?A skirmish took
place in tbe neighborhood of Centre vii le day
before yesterday, between five TJnien aoldiers
and three guerrilla?. Mosby wa? in company
with the guerrillas, and it is said by citizens
from tbat vicinity that he waa wonnded in the
skirmish. The report comea so direct that we
can hardly donbt it, yet we fear it may not be
true We lost two horses and had one man se
verely wounded in the engagement ?Alexan
dria Journal, !6??.
iPOIiORlD INITIAL STAMPI NU
ON NOTI PAPER AND KNVKLOPE3,
At G???8?? A O'TOOLE'S.
_aep*T-eo2t _Penn'?av.. bet. 9th ?nd 10th ets.
DI', 0. Meo UI BE A GO., Auctioneer?.
NEARLY NEW FRAmThOUSB AND LOT. AND
VACANT SIDE LOT AT AUCTION.
OnTUBSDAY AKTEBNOON.Sept Sid, at5 o elk,
on the premieee. we sfte.ll sell two lot? on 2d street
east, bet. G and Date, north, both rennia* back
116 feet to ? SD foot publlo aller, one of them im
proved with a nearlr new frame dwelling neue?,
contoinins* four roome end a Kitchen, th? other
vacant and to be sold eeperatelr.
?y Immediate poeeeseion m ven.
Terms : One-t?ird in cu.?'; ; the remainder la ? ???*
U montas.wlttt interest, seeured br a deed of traut
? plo?f-d "*****' l.C McGUIRB A CO., Auct?.
DT J. 0. MoGUIBJt A CO., Auctioneers.
bbTVBN DBB'BABLE bttl-ing LOTS AT THB
CORNER OF NORTH 0 STREET AND 'JD ST.
On THURSDAY AVTBRNOON, Sept. 2*M. at o
o'clock, on the premia??, we ?hall sell Lota No. *>
and 27. and parts of 26 and 28.1a Square No 735.
?u odi vid? d into five lots of >9 fee? 2 iacbes fron?
eaeh en C e'r*?et at the corner of M street east.
?u.d tunning bsok let feet a1-,' Inohe? to ? tea toot
alley, and two lot? of ?txuit H? feet fr ?n- each, ad
2d ?tre??* e?et, betwee? ? ?nd 0 streit?, ranaluc
?sek 11? feet te a wide aller
Terms: One third cash: th? remainder in ? aud
IS month?, with intere?*, ae??r?d bv ?deed of traat
on the B^eenlee? t: ,
Ooave\a?oe* aad T?venae stamps at th? osat or
* ?ft* "fa?. 0. Mew?IBB A CO.. Aaets.
I'D . .?-r..PAFBB11iANUIbua_ ,?()
???????>??, abeanfWul _??>so^u,fiitnf GinM w?
' ??>??*??*?? an? rrHktium B?r 0*4 QU. M ,*-ra.
Al??, a varied and choice atock of d?tin aaa\
Blank Papere. BorW* fat .*,_. tj,.n?r, \<\t ,s Ac
Of'?? 'or Pap? rt-aerina-* or Window ft'iad?*
punctually executed ia city or e.-entry.
ferais eaeh f<?r *-or> 1- and l.ior,
48? OVAL PICTURE FB?MRS ao/j
The richest, h and*-., treat ?nil m??at varied atocv
of ?ilt ko.I Darn Wood Oral Pi, tur* Kram?* in
the 1 i*trict. These g?v>d* are warrant?-?! to h?
-lldedwith ??,?-?. leal and of ?a peri or wori.m\n
Alno. ? beautiful a?K?ertm?rit of Card Vidlu
Frame? of lor.-ien ?nd domfntic manufacture, alt
good* warranted a? represented
48? WINDOW 8BADB?. ^
Different colora ani alata Window Shad?? i?
*U>re Ordere for any required ?trie or Bla? Shad,
made to order.
? (?? pictx;re cobd and tassels. 4^?
Hifferent ai*e* aud color* Plctnre Cord and Ta?
-r>? ??. Ringe, baila. ? r.
? o/j CARD VISITE FBAMBS ?^,?
French <iilt,Bwi-?a Carved wood.aad Arosrirae
Composition t. ard Framea Hi variety.
486 PICTFE18. 48(.
A few <*hoi<e En gravi eg? and Painting? for ?al -.
at J. MAKKRITBR'S, No. ?I4?'? Seventh atre-?.
eyPlease remember tbe Number. 1**??, and the
t rm Cash lor tipo is ard Labot. aep 17 6wif*
JVTLTICK TO TUB PUR3HA8BB8 OF
Ladies winning to aspply them*elve? ia Fall aal
ALPACAS. AY- .
will find tb? ? ates t at rie? at
The?? wiahin? heavy yard wid? BL8ACBB0
COTTON, at CO eanta. will fiad it at
All waa tin ? last rear'a FLANNBL8 aad CASSI
? ? BES, with a amali ad ranee oa la -1 year's price?.
ahould call at __ _,,__?_ - ?? ,_
Tho-A deairiag tk? latest Pariaian atylea o.
SHAWLS and CLOAKS. FRENCH CORSETS. ?,
9 2.2.-.; Thirty Spring HOOP 8KIRT8, at f ISO; Two
Hundred Yard SPOOL COTTON, at 10 cent?; NEE
DLES, 5 cents, end thousand? of other artici??? I?
proportion, will oall without delay, at th? Cheap
Store of >.t.
JULIU8 BYCBL, 421 7th street.
??p 17-3f bet. O and H et?
ANC IN?"? \ C A ?? ? M Y
?. J. RUSSELL WILLOPBN BIS ACADEMY.
AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Seventh street, between D and ? atreet?.
ON MONDAY. 8?G?. 2?TH.
I.adiea, Mi??**, and Master's CI? * .a MONDAY
and WEDNESDAY Afternoon, from two to Ot*
Gentlemen'* Class on the aara? ????io;? irim
eevtn to ten o'clock.
For rarticulere call at the hall ondar* oftui.
Hon. aep IT *..:.??
WBDDINU AND VISITINO GARB??
At DBMPSKY A O'TOOLE'S,
'Engraver: and Stationer?,
aep 17-eo2t 326 Pa. av.. bet. 9thand lota sta.
F? il ? ? _A nre cbance for speculation can
tpO.vfUi'? be had by a person havinc the
above amount. Addressing a nute to Bo?; No. 3?,
Star '.flee, stating where an interview can be had.
ORPHANS' COURT .-District op Columbi ?.
W?-uisgtoh CocBTT, to wit: In the case
of Margaret Meaner, administratrix of John
Meaner, deceased, the administratrix aforesaid
haa, with the approbation ef the Orphan?'
Court of Washington County aforesaid, appointed
Saturday, the 8th dar of October nest, for the
final settlement and distribution of the personal
estate of aaid deceased, and of the a**ete in hand,
as far as the same have been collected and taro-1
into money ; when and where all the creditors and
heirs of said deceased are notified to attend,(at the
Orphans' Court ef Washington Connty aforesaid, I
with their claima properly vouched, or they mar
o1herwi*e by law he exclndad from all benefit in
Mid deceased'a est?t?: provided a copy of thia
order be published once a week for three wa?ka in
tbe Evening Star previous to tbe *>id8th day of
October. 1864. Test-Z. C. BOBBIN*,
sep 171aw3w?_Register of Wilts.
FUR SALE?Ten PIGS, from four to six month?
old. Inquire at HOM ILLBR'S Yard, north of
Catholic Church, near Ballroad Park, aep Iti-lw '
MAYOR S OFFICE, CITY HALL.
September 16th. Bi.
Propoaala will be received at the Mayor's office
until 12m.,Monday, the 2r5th of September, in>t.
for tbe purpose of cenatrueting a barrel Sewer in
tbe alley of Square 490, and to connect with th?
?.wer In C atreet. north.
Tbe sewer will be circular in ahape. it* in?.?!?
diameter will be two feet, and th? thickness of the
wall four inob.ee, to belaid in cement and ahar ?
sand in proper pre portion, th?? bri'k. to be the beat,
hard, hand mane brick, und to he well wot ' ?'
beine laid. The depth of the newer will be eight
feet below tbe surface of the ground. There will
be three drope to be covered with an iron orate*
Bidder? will stat?? the ?rice per lineal foot for the
f? ?er. which ahall include all ex avation. flllinir
and repairing ef th? al lev, and removing of th.>
surplusearth, per drop each. For further informa
tion ae? the commisiioner of the Fourth ward, Or
the city surveyor. RICH ARD WALLACH.
BBjgjeSt lintel, and Coluiub'ii-5t| M*vor.
EAD! READ! BEAD! READ!
NEW FALL AND WIMER (,00DS.-Ju*t re
ceived a lare assortment of Gent's Furnishing
Goods, comprising? the latest style-?, at SMITH ?
BEALL'S. No. 3617th street,between I and K ?ta
Persona will do well to call and examine on
stock of FURNISHING GOODS before purehaains
elsewhere, as we will gu?rante?* to aave them 1 <
per cent., at SMITH it BEALL'S, 7th street, bet
I and ? ate.. No. 3bl.
Those in went ot BUSINESS SUITS, will plea* ?
call and examine sample good*, a* we have ?<???????
?election of pir-ce good* on hand, at SMITH ?
BEALL'S, 7th street, bet. I and K. No. 361.
CUSTOM GOODS MADE TO ORDER.-Person?
in want of Bolinees or Bla<*k Dres* Suit-., w M nod
it greatly to tb?-ir advantage to call at SMITH A
BEALL'S. 7tb street, bet. I and K,N?. 361.
BOYS' Sf7IT8.?We bari? Inet received onr larg?
fall and winter s*o<-k of Boys' Clothing, which we
are oflerin* at very low price*. Remember th?
nlar-e,SMITH Sc BEALL'S. 7th street, bet. Ian'
K, No. 361._heeir, Im*
In addition to our large stock of the above good?.
we open to-day
300 pieeea excellent quality DABK AMERICAN
PB1NT8, warranted fa*t colors, price 4> cent?
300 pie.ee PACIFIC AND MANCHESTER DB
LAIN8, In choio? styles and coloringa, price 5.r
cent? per yard.
FRENCH DRESS GOODS, from Haggerty A O?.'?
great gale by Auction laat Tue?lay. at Mew
We ahall open TO-MORROW, a large v..
FRENCH DOUBLB TWILLED MERINO?.
ALL WOOL PLAIN MO?P8ELTNB8,
SILK PLAID AND 8TRIPED POPLINS.
BBIGHT ALL-WOOL SCOTCH PLAIDS.
8ILK PLAID AND STRIPED VALENCIAS.
BLACK AND COLORBD PLAID SILKS
Ail of which we shall sell at a amali advance ?,
JOS. J. MAYA CO..
30* Pennsylvania avenue,
aep :<-?_between 9th and l"th atreeV?
QBBAT BABGAIN8iINoGOODAifi) ^^
A?^ ? Tb?!? ???$? ?AN Df^m
"a^Seco^hand BRAS* INSTRUMENTS
I? .ilu? finn JOHN W Bljl?lB.
a?a lfit 306 P*? *y?. ???r ??r^T '-*A^
DOYS' AND YOUTHS'
FALL AND WINTBE CLOTHING.
We in vit? pare??? to an inapectloB ? o?r larr?
BOYB'SHIBTS. UNDBRSHTB'S 9*h****>*?
which we are ?#*???* m low ma^?Aa;'*>lk? mmm
tr can be had for ?? ft? J.??? ? ??
?eel?-taatf [Sir ~ >? ?? ,HkiU