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LOCAL NEWS.
???'??????* ??-??T??.
Vabibtum?.?The prolific pen ef Mr. Fitz
ein'm'ne r.ad produced another play ol the
?*B?a?ioii?l order entitled ?The Hangers or a
Dancing Girl, or tue Trials of a l>ans#us<\
r.nd ?*ill Irtn.dnce it to his patrons to-night,
New ac>r, ??.n*?. ducei, a??1 Ethiopian acts
Will aleo be prodnced.
Caktikbirv ?Mr Let announce? no new
faces for the present week, bat his old perform
ers will prove ?nfflciently a'tractlv??, to no
?doubt fill the hall nightly I>??nier the daring
arvrnne?? ar??? rope walk?r will perform new
aid thrilling leats, while the Fowler -Inters
will appear in new and graceful dance)?, and
the large corps ot Ethiopians in new and amu
sing act?. Tbere are over one hundred per
former? here
Fobi? e ???eatpe?The Florences to-night
enter upoa ?h?-fourth and last week ot their
aostsnr-ceasfnl engagement, when anew ??-??
legendary drama, written expressly for Mr.
Florence, snd entitled " Kathleen Mavourneen,
cr St. Patrick's Eve," will be performed. This
play was prodo^d in London, and afterwards
in the principal cities of this country. ? tie en
tertainment will conclude with the Protean
play "Thrice Married."
Gboveb"b Theatre?The great tragedienne
Madame Ponisi, to-night commences an en
gagement at Grover's. " Narcisse or the last
days of the Pompadour," is announced for
the Are?, time in this city. It depicts scenes thtt
transpired in the reign of Louis XV of France,
and ju?-t prior to the French Revolution. The
cast is a atron?- one, and embraces besides Pon
isi, Mr. J. C. McCollam, Mr. J. W. Jennings,
?ad others.
-??
The Draft Commenced.
The draft In this city and district, to fill the
deficiency under the late call of the President
for ?-KXVXK) men, was commenced this morning
In the frame building ad joining Capt. Pntnam's
office?, at tne corner of 1-th and I streets. The
room had been used by clerks connected with
the Provoet Marshal's Of?et*, but the desk?
and benches were removed for the occasion.
The drawing was conducted as at the first draft
in the City Hall, except tbat while the draw
ing commenced with the First Ward at that
time, the Twelfth District, of the connty, hav
ing tbe largest deficiency, was first drawn to
day. Tbe Twelfth District embrace? all that
part ol the county of Washington east and
south of tbe Eastern Branch or Anacosta river.
At ins o'clock the doors were opened, and
those liable to draft came into the bnilding and
took poeition outside of the railing. Mr. Thos.
?C- Burns, the well known blind man, who
drew the names from the box at the former
draft, was again on band, and performed his
duties The cards were then handed to Mr. F.
W. BlacBferd, Commissioner of Enrollment,
?Who announced the names of the ??lucky" in
dividuals. The box was frequently shaken by
Mr. S. S. Baker, and the names were thus well
mixtd.
The recording clerks to-day were Joseph J.
*Ott and John C. Parker, and a force of other
clerks occupied positions at a table near by,
and as ?ah name was called filled up a no
tice, this greatly facilitating the business. At
?elevn o'clock, the names of those enrolled in
the l'Jth District, to the number of 1,173 were
placed in the be ? The deficiency is 106, but
double the ? umber til*2, were drawn, in order
to meet any deficiency by reason of exemption
of any drafted man on account of physical
disability, alienage, enrollment elsewhere, Arc.
?Capt. Putnam, Provost Marshall was present
and superintended tne drawing, and Dr.
Keasbv, Surgeon of the Board of Enrollment
?was also present and assisted in counting the
cards, ard pia. ing them In the box.
Mr Bla? ktortl announced that the quota of
the KtB District, was originally 187 men and
It has furnished but three, and obtained credit
for the balance in the appointment of the
District.
Tfce first p?tre announced was that of John
Connor, Giesboro, Regimental Stables, and
then in qnick succession were dr.iwo:
Josiah Larner. Giesboro; Frederi?k Silver, Camp
Ht.akiu-, I'bomas Oreen, Newkirk Hang; John
Dyson, ?o? le's Gate: Tonv Davi?, Camp Hoakins;
Peter Peonia?.n. Camp Hoskius; Win Connor,
Oie.-.h<.r<i' Hegnnenta? ??tablea: Anthony Snail
wood Giesboro"; Wm R Williams, Sa<ltl?ere' De
pot, TliosOr-b rn. Freemason's Ging. Giesboro',
Thn? Archr.iM.O melius' Stables; Robert Wea
ver. Gi?-rtt.or<?\ Harlan Hawkins, Camp Hoakin?;
M Addison, R?ce C? uree; John Fowler. Giesboro';
J??wkt! Hu'.?t. Litigow'R Gane; Henry Bili??,
Buperint.-nd't Gieeboro'; Msthevr Carr.Giesboro';
Robert Bweeuey. Cmontown; Michael Stanton,
Giesbor? , C?.rn?l?us Maboncy, Hospital Stable?;
Joseph ? Owens, River Road; Thorn?? Harney,
Gieeboro; Henry Lewie, above Lighter's Corral;
Joseph Water?, regimental stable?; Thos foyle,
Gieeboro? Jo? Miller, Buch '?gang; Jos McSorrelly,
Hospital M???s Honae: Jas Campbell, Gieeboro; w
H Hoghes Atw??od'? gang; John Hoga-i, Thump?
Ben'? gai g; Ni<*ho'ae C.ose, Regimental Stable;
Robt Harr? av. B*yliss Gang; Wm Whittier, Camp
Haakin?; Chas Banse Giesln.ro; John Mack, Regi
mental s'a ble??. Thos H Lyman, Union Farm; Geo
Dove, Waterwerk.-?: Peter Phelp. Hegim?nt?l
stable?; Patk Cull drainage Fore-nan; Zach Orun
nonell, G'eabore; Henry Giviner. jr . Biekley's
Farm; Levi Allen. Foreman No .'?? John Kelly.
Oissb .ro; Wm Duane. Giesboro; John Ouliket,
Camp Haskias; Daul F Le?, Lee's F?rm; Horace
Clark, Forage Depot; O A Weatover, Dock
Yard ; Jo: ? Hill, Mah? uev'a Gao?;
John Gordon. Camp Hoakina; Peter Brannan,
Rradv's Gauir; Jam??. Scihan, Gi???b<r?; Wm B.v
erett Regiment Stable?; Joaeph Anderson,Colonel
Greece'a Depurtmeot; David 1 lynn. Insane Asy
lum: Jo'eph Ul.-ka Regiment Stable?: L Cornell,
l'.la kamith Shop; William Heine .nan, R?giment?!
?Stable.; Hugh Car y. Bush'? Gang; John Hall,
Uni. ?-town; Pa-rick Canty, O'Connell'? Gat??; Ah
ex?nd r Cr >wl. Saddler's Department: S Wood,
Regim? ntal etablra; L? vi Bast?n, Lumber D??part
meiit: H-nJamin Cox. Marshall's Ka'm William
Henry. Uniontown; Patrick Tu'ker. Btll'? Corr?!;
John Whitman, Stable No l, Cornelia? Sullivan,
?Shoeing Sboi ; Robt Tyler. J A Smith's farm; Jno
Kern-y. I) ck Yard. ? A Towerlv, Col Green's
Departn-ent; Morris Bronn, Giesboro; Jno Blax
ton You s m farm; F.dward Hasey, near Inaaae
Asylum : Ceas Bond. Insane ?-ylum : Al?-x Belter,
?work? for 8 J Grimes; Jno Collins Br?in?y?s g.ng;
jo??n Alley, Carpenters sang: Jacob ? Thompson,
Thompson ?? ga'-g: Win Decker. Carpenter'? gang;
Ja? Decker, Hospital Stables; Wesley Rice, near
In-aue A'ylimi.- A F France. Carpenter'? gang; Ja?
<}u.?-d. Good Hop??: Wm Curlin. Hospital Stahle.;
Bain'l Ktnd ?. Kegineo'al Stable?; Chris Acker
man, (amp Haskin?: Rob Donaldson Me?- House;
Thos Ki-i.Hn. Hospital etabl"?: Russell Weinker,
Camp etoneman: Chas Stewart, Hospital 8tables
No. 2; John Am.ison. Block ??tables No 2. J-lin
Warren Ba ley's <>ang; Peter I'rannilon. Drain? -
men; Major Or. eu,S .?'- ? arm; Rd Taylor, Lee's
Farm; John Knowles. Cross Road? hy Modellane";
Geo Shied?. Mahoney'e Gang, J. Sweeny. Union
town; Neil Winfn-M. ( colored, ? Co? N.iylor'e l-'arin;
David B'acklo? b.Insane Asylum; Thre Mulhaven,
Bayli*?' Gang; Liehall Disia. Carpenter'? Gang;
John Parker, J A Smith'? Farm: John Mathi?, Ma
lic ny ? Gang; ? A Cornelius, Stock Vard; Mathey
Haywo'd. Yeddes Gang: Joe Ragan: Mess House;
Robert Taylor, by McCKUan, Cross Roads: George
Bilie. Bayle'- Gana: George Lang. Camp Haskin?;
William W? od??, Peter'? Superintendant ; N-hs
mih Roby, Uniontown ; Timethy Martin, O'Con
nor'? Gang; George Douglas?, Wright's Gang;
Os> rge Burroughs, Uniontown; Lewis Peck,
Regiment Stalle? ; ? "ward Steele, Road
from Good Hope to Race Course :
Michael Ken?ie, Baili? Corral, section D; Thitnai
Solomon, Stanton Town; Michael Douovan. Camp
M oiieman; Aneheu Leslie, bingo's Gang; Mi t >n
Jone?, Regiment Stables O. No. 3; Pat'ick Sim
mon?. Tbompeen'e Gang; F ? Andicott. Can? His
kins, Jam a Andrews. Draioey's Foreman; Wn ter
Bark, Insane Aaylum; Patrick Bo.'sn, Cornelius
Stables: Absand? r Knowel, Pheifrie Sopermtsn
dent; Charle* Brown. Cnlontown; GrandianChap
man. Mr? Sherry'? Farm; Join Mullsn. Camp
livk.i.? Thomas Hart, Gieaboro; C F Furgeaon.
Giesboro; 0?car Washington, Colonel Greene'?
MiO'.Jaaon Thorp Qadontcin; 8 Koar-lie Drainr'a
Mer. Jaa McDonough. Regimental Stable? No 3; W
Devine Dr-ii.y'a Gang, Wm ? iioraey. Union
Town; f It Suit, Union Town' Barnari U'Hare.
Bailley'a Corral; Jaraea Jam??, near Ra*?? Co are??;
Jas ? Danfortb. Danforth'a Farm; lohu Call ?ell.
Rrgin-ental Stab!??s D. No S; John Ball. R-gi-.i-ut
No 6, H Mr ron, Gieab'.ro; Tho? Duvalt. Union
Town; Henry Williame Stanton Town; Wm Arm
strong, Men. III.?;/-; Wm llenny, Stetson's De
partroect; John U Bnckner, Union Town; Wm
Carr, He* m ntal ??tables ? No 4; J SSnydnr.Reg
imenial Stmhle. ? No 8; John McFadden, Thomp
son'. Gang; Isaac Clin? Polie. . Ofecer;
Harvay t Brown, Saddler's Department !
? ? Crowley. near Race Course; Tho? McGiven,
??.reman, John Picket, Rastern Branch Corral;
Thoa Madden. Bailey's Gang, Frank Smith Pfie
fer'H Superintendent; Amo? Brown, Ulackamita'a
Lepariment; J M Galick, Carpenter's Gang; Jas
burkli y. lu??aiie Aaylum; Michael White, U?api
tal atables, AiiiKeecb, Nswkirk's Gang; Robert
Durfie Riv.r R?ad, near Race Course; Fielder
?"?m?h. Cr?.?? Koada, Ed Leonard, Bailies'Corral;
e-.ept.ei. II,??,}?. Mr? Barry'a Farm, Jamea Young,
Nsylor'?<**** Farm: Rafael Forti.Col Naylor's
?**r.lllLA . r' t'!i.,''S".?5|lahoney'. Gang: George
lini. R? ?"I f ?o?? (.?od ??.??? ti Race Course; John
Sin.n.a, B.ili--' i.a? g: Thomas Uen.sbaw. Balliae'
Corrai, Beri.li-.rd l;-w. ring Oleeboro; Jo.-eph ?
? > IJ, ?Bital ?Stables. H C Dellorf. Rer??imen
?frs Njylor a Paran; Wm Rich
ardaoc. G? i'.ntown: Geo H??lsy. Insane Asylum
!nm, W ? Carter, C*l Green's nx?n, John Foiey',
1'ranfV m???; Clahorne C-rter, Camp Haskins
George Wil iao??. Wright'. Gang, I -hn ? Price,
He?d|uan?r- ? im tb> Gone''y, Drain?) '?? G ?ug,
Jnleri. rhomp?n. River Road; C Ciaron, ? >?
p tal Putir.?, Albert How?. Cam > Haakin?>; Geo
Ka>k?ll Draineys Gaog; W D Reaen work? for J
F *?? ' og; Ge? '?.tell. Hospital: J hn Hamilton,
I.inxo-Gana Henry Halm, Hellow'sGang; Hen
rv Brown, ??ddiwf*? D. par?:nen?, Joba Layden,
Themp?"? '* t*a?ig. Wm Tur ier. Carni? Haakiai.
Thi- t ?.?m i?i?-ies ? tir drait ?a th? l?*th sub-dla
tr'C ard it was ai non need that no more
names won id b- drawn ?o day.
Thb Wabhibi-tob Exbbii>tiob ????s??
Tio* ? This association, of which Mr. P. F.
Hacon is ?Tea*urer, and whose number Is over
?M held a mating at Temperance Hall on
?Sa?? rd:?j evei.ng. winch vrts itrgely attended,
i? ben g understood tbat a proposition waa to
be p*????* ? > e..rx>e of the member? to draw oat
aad invest ibeir subecrtption In ward tsounty
fumi- Mr IJuvd, the president, was iu the
cl e-ir. and tr?.* ?ecrrtary, Mr. R. 8. Davis, In
hie pl-?r*
Atari tbereadirgof the minutes of the last
d.h!i..-, Mr Paeon stated that h? had waited
ou the sVvietary of War in relation to a poo*.
ponement of the draft, and was there informed
that tbe draft would take place promptly at
tre appoint-d time Tbe President had been
waited npon, but he referred them to tne Sec
retary of War.
Mr. Joaeph Gawler moved the appointment
of a committee to procure and put ia 100m*>n
a* eubs'itutes tor euch membere of the clnb as
may be drafted, and appropriating ?40,00?
therefor.
Th:* motion excited considerable di30ussi.>n,
during which It was objected that this course
wae not contemplated by the constitution, aad
the motion waa finally amended by authori
zing the committee to inquire a? to procuring
the men, and report to a future meeting, and
almost by a unanimous vote laid on the table.
Mr. George Maher here stated that the Third
Ward were making efforts to fill its quota, that
in tbe association the ward had ?11,000, and
now the ward needed bnt fe.OlO, which It was
proposed to draw from the treasury of the as
sociation, which, of course, would receive the
benefit of the remainder.
Thia announcement waa greeted with cri?e
of ??No, ne," "ite in now," and hisses, and Mr.
M . with othera, retired.
Tbe secretary (Mr. Davis) stated that a mem
ber of the club wished to draw out and sub
stitute another man in his place, ia fact, not to
withdraw bis money. That this gentleman
joined the association, he having been enrolled
while doing buetness temporarily here, bnt
that on a recent visit to his home In Brooklyn,
he escertained that be was enrolled there, and
procured from tbe Provost Marshal there a
certificate of enrollment, on which his name
was eraseed from the rolls here.
A gentleman (whose name we did not hear)
opposed the proposition, on the gronnd that it
would not be fair, as, if this precedent was set,
those in the club would have the right to with
draw as fast as they ascertained that they were
exempt.
Mr. B. F. Hurley held that when a person
signed the articles, the act should be regarded
with the sacredness of an oath, and he thought
to return tbe money to any one wonld be unfair.
He wished the association to understand that
the city of Brooklyn had filled Its quota.
Under the circumstances, the proposition he
looked on as an insult He was for taking the
consequences, and standing by tbe draft. The
association bad been styled by some as a band
of robbers, and tbe Chronicle had come out
against them, but be claimed that the associa
tion had done much good. It had put the ward
meetings to work, and it had had its influence
in the reducing of the quota from nearly 3,000
to about 1,100. He branded any person who
wonld attempt to withdraw his money from
the association as not being worthy the name
of a man, and claimed that tbe association was
a band ot brothers, formed for mutual protec
tion.
Mr. T. H. Dorean thought Mr. H. had spoken
too harshly. It sounded all very well for him
(Mr. H.) to be talking abont friendship and
mutual protection, but lt was all fol de rol.
Self-interest induced the formation of the as
sociation, and his (the speaker's) object in
joining was to save himself. The gentleman
who wished to draw out had asked nothing
but what was right?he did not propose to
withdraw his money, but simply to get bis
money from an outside party, who wonld take
his place. He rthe speaker) lived in the Third
Ward, and had come to see what course they
would pursue. If the association wonld give
him his money he would invest lt in the Third
Ward bounty fund; but he was satisfied, if the
association refused to allow them to draw out,
to remain in. As for the association making
up any deficiency, Mr. H. would not do any
more than the speaker. He alluded to Sir. H.'s
language 1b relation to tbe gentlemen who
wished to withdraw, saying it came with bad
gTace, and he denounced Mr. H. as a scoundrel
and villain. [Loud cries of "order," "no per
sonalities," and a commotion generally.] Mr.
Dorean proceeded to make certain allegations
in regard to Mr. Hurley. [Continued commo
tion, several members around tbe speaker
rising and speaking, wbich was at length in a
measure quieted, and the meeting adiourned
in confusion. |
--?
Dbaft Meeting of thb Fibst Ward.?
This was only an adjourned meeting to hear
reporte from committees and collector* and
kill mosquitos.
Mr. Semmes, from the committee to ascertain
if recruits could be obtained, reported that he
and the committee went te Alexandria und
waited on Col. Boyd, and learned that there
were only about thirty men in the 1st District
regiment remaining, the rest havingre-enlisted
or left tbe service. They also learned that the
Seventh Ward were giving _200forsubstitutes,
while the First Ward committee were only
authorized to offer ?loo. The committee also
called on Col. Alexander, of the -2d District
regiment, and found that there were over thir
ty men whose time of service expired in sixty
days, who were anxious to re-enlist, aud who
would do so for 9900 and the Government
bounty. Tbe committee also ascertained that
there were agents from other States who were
giving ???? and ?800 for recruits. Both Cols.
Boyd and Alexander were very kind, and did
all in their power to aid the committee. The
committee recommended that this ward em
ploy an agent, a* a fair salary, to remain in
Alexandria and look after the Interests of the
ward.
Mr. Fielder Dorsett requested to be allowed
to wear bis bat, as be was bald and the mos
quitoes were very troublesome. [Laughter.]
Mr. Bapley stated that he had been to Alex
andria, and had gone iato the office of a broker,
and he had been offered *}500 to go as a substi
tute, but he could no', see it. [Laughter.]
Mr. Turtin reported that he, with his homr
the Mayor, Hon. B. B. French, and severa
gentlemen bad first called on Capt. Putnam
and ascertained that the draft would certainly
commence on Monday, at eleven a. m.; also,
that tbe draft would begin with Georgetown,
and the county, which would give this ward
a longer time; also, that they had called upon
both the Provost Marshal General Fry and
the Secretary of War, and had been told that
the draft mnst proceed on Monday.
The collectors made their returns and it was
found that they had collected a little over
?31X0, handsome sum. Mr. Rapley stated
that be had ascertained that many men who
were enrolled in this ward, had left here aud
enlisted in State Regiments, thereby getting the
large bounties offered by those States. He be
lieved if the names of tbe men could be ascer
tained they would be deducted from the quota
of this ward. The meeting tben adjourned.
Thb Quotas of thb Distbict?The follow
ing statement ot the quotas of tbe District has
been furnished by the Provoet Marsha), viz:
Quota. Credit. Short.
1st ward of Washington.... 17. 233 211
?Jd " ? ....351 -213 103
3d ? " ......>5 200 55
4th " ?' _512 33i 177
5th ?? ?' _227 146 81
fith ?' " _178 103 75
7th " " _335 -203 12?
-th snb-dls't, Georget'n.... 97 <V 29
9th ?? ?? ....105 Gl 41
10th " county.?6 25 li
llth ?? ? .US 73 75
l-2<h ? ?? .187 81 100
Eecruits and substitutes will be received and
credited, and tbe bounties continue, up to the
time the drafted men will be sent to tbe gen
eral rendezvous. Each volnnter, in bis re
spective district, will release a drafted man,
commedclng with the last one drawn.
*<,?,?? -
SPECIAL? NOTICES.
Dr ? ft kd Mfs ahould consult a lawyer,and John
? MtCntchen.Baq., Attorney at law. offtae corner
of "tt and F *treeta. np stair*, ha* bad maeh exoe
p l'i?? in this city and Baltimore, and is familiar
with the laws and regulations on this aubject.
sep 1? 3t*_
Pah Maksr'h Dkpartmbbt, U. _. iWiey Yard.
Washington. Sept. 17, 18?'?4. W. D. Wallach, Esq.,
iditor Evening Star .??fir : We perceive by your
inaaeof Friday evening, the 16th inst., that at a
meeting hela in th.? 6th Ward, for the formation
of a Lincoln and Johneon Olub, the assertion was
road* that all the Sail Maker* was McClellan men,
wbich assertion we are r??ady to provea slanderous
fai ?eh ? a. we feel proud that a* a body we have
an hororable r?-cord to refer to, aa the greater
portion of ua have aeen active aervice in thearmy
snd navy since the advent of tbe prc.eut iniquiti
ous rebellion.
Wim.. L. Cowak. Foreman.
BnwABD P. ?'.???, Qaarterumn.
It* Chi?.L Vallsab, on behalf of the men.
MARBIEO,
On Tue??<"ay evenine, the 13th instant, by the
Bev. Dr. Ry.n.WM B. KRAN, of ?. J . to Mi?*
AUII.KWKOK, of this city. No card*.
? ?- - ?a.?? SB? a*
DIED,
On Sept. 19th. at ? o'clock a. m.. after a lona and
painfal illneaa, Miaa CHI.OK O. TOLrioN, which
abe bore witb chriatian fortitude and resignation.
Ber fnn? ral will ?ahe place on to morrow eva
ning.at 4 o'clock, from her late reaidanoe, oa 7th,
bet Banali etionet, *
Menday morning, September 19th, Mrs. JULIA
BI KUF.VI.NK.aaod Rixty *?K.
Her funeral will take place from 8t. Patrick'a
Church, K ?t.. Tuesday afternoon September *>th,
at three o'clock. Her friend* and acquaintance*
are reapectfutly invited to attend. *
On Bunday, September 18th, G?88IK. infant
<l???jhter of Captain Hermann H. and Lucy Yo*a,
-a ???! 11 moa .h? ar.d _.* daya
The fri'nrle and a^uainunee? of the family are
reajvectfully invited U attend the funeral, at tbe
rsMdjure of her Piente, on tfih. between ? and I
streets, at ? o clook Ui* < Moeday 1 afternoon. ?
J&JIS?***. ******* <_? 18th instant. Mr? M
BOW BN, relict of Thoe. Bowen.in the 61st year of
IBW ? ????)***.
Ber funeral will take plae* from the reeideae* of
her ?on ,o law, Wm. T. ??m&TC?7TO??aX
bet D ai d ? on Tae?dsv morning, __?, >? 0Vl?--k
The r*UUveBaiid frienda of the famll, are invita*
to at'etd -
On thel9th.NAIOL.wON B. IIAMMACK in tke
?tt-th year ol hi**** U ',,W
B la fanerai wll t*k? place from hia brother'?
residence, cerner *-?f 1/?' k atreet and Pennsylvania
?v., on Tueadav, theSCth met.,at 2 p. aa. ?>
Ob ?heis.h luttant ?G??t???11 Fever, WALT ? ?
COLUMBUS ???????, of Prince Oe.rc? oo_Qtr
a?*! ?e?eaM.tn?.i.n?n?,a_d l*?i*r*.
| Baltimore wstBly A merle?* and MaeSborpwtk
papera pi a_?e c? pr J *
WANTS.
\?? A NTBD TO PURCHASE-A ?mall noUSB ia
" a Borni neighborhood, about *? er ? r?ime. ?.1
dr?-s?A_M ?. Star Office _sep t? St*
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ANTED-A whtt- GIRL, toe ok. wash, aad
iron fir af-mily of four persons Enquire
at J?84 Maryland avenue, c-orner sth atreet.
te?J?8t*__
A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFR, with n??
children, wnnld like to rent? amali House, or
?a>t of one. a? near th* Avenue as ? >s?ih'e. The
????t of refer?ace giver . Ador?es note to L., Star
Office._lw?
WANTl'B-By a young girl, a 8IT?ATION as
???amstress ?nd cc?mbermaid. Adrtre?? Box
3?^ Star Office._It*
A YOUNG GIRL WANTING A SITUATION
?a chamber m ?id. App'y Mr. Shanaban a. cor
ner Jit h and Maseachu.eiui av. sep ?fi\*
WANTKD-Thrve unfurnished ROOMS. au't?
ble for housekeeping, within ten minato?'
w?lk of the 8tar <?ffice. Address ?rating term?
ai-.i locality R. J. B.. Box ??63, 1'o't Office.
? ep 19 lw*______
WANTED?A respectable MAN as a g ?od hoaee
servant and waiter. Apply at the Hnrndon
House, corner of 9th and F st??._aep 19 it*
WANTED IMMEDIATELY?Two young MKN
wanted to aeaiet in the bakehouse at T. PU
TBNTINI-S, 4T9 Penn?. ?v., between 10th and
llth at?._it*
WANTED?A WOMAN to do general houae
work. Inquire 416 ? street, between 9th
nnd 10th streets._aep 16 2t*
'ANTED?A good COOK 'professional on. pre
ferred > for a amali farnifv. Apply, with r-c
oromendations, at No. 397 13th street, between F
and G, first floor._sep 19 6t*
WANTED?The undersigned desires to pur
chase all kinds of Iridie? and genti? men's
CAST OFF CLOTHING, for which the highest
Lrice will be paid. Call immediately at No. ?o
oui.-i ana avenue, near 9th etreet.
WM. BAILEY,
Dealer in all kinds of new and second-band Cloth
in?. Boots and Shoes, Ac._sep 19-lm*^
\\T ? ? ? ED- By a y ou n g woman, a elTtJ?T ION
'? as Chambermaid, and to sew and do washing
and ironing. Gall at No. 397 G etreet, bet. ?th
and 7th sta._lt*_
BOY WANTED?Muet come well recommended.
Apply at once to B. F. GITT1NG8, No. 20,
Louisiana av., bet. 8th and 9th e te._lt_
WANTED-A SITUATION, by a respectable
young girl, ae nurse and seamstress; wonld
be willing to make herself generally useful. Ad
dress Bex 1.5 Star Office._lt*
WANTED?By a young woman, a SITUATION
a? cook, and to assist in washing and iron
in g. Address Box 25 Star Office._It?
WANTBD-ROOM and BOARD in a private
family residing in this city or Georgetown
by a clerk in the Treasury Department. Refer
ai???, if desired. AddresgBoT. 613, P. O. se 19-3t*
A RESPECTABLE WOMAN, with a child, want?
a SITUATION as first cook in hotel or board
ing-houR?. reataurant. Understand? her business
in all kinds. Addreaa Cook. Box 12, th ig office. 11*
WANTBB TO BBNT-A FURN?8HBD HO US
wit? all modern improvements, suitable for a
a-entleman'e hoarding house. Location north of
Penn'? bv. Address Mr?. MAY, Star Onice.
?ep l'j-2t*_
A YOUNG G'lRL WISHES A SITUATION AS
chambermaid or nnrae, and help witb wash
ing and ironing, and make herself useful many
ways. Please address anote for No. 2,Star Of
fice^_lt?
WANTED?A BOY. 17 year? of a??, wishes to
learn the Carpenter trade or Machinist. Ap
ply to ALEXANDER RAIN, No. 6 East Capitol
etreet.between 6th and 7th street?, Capitol Hill,
Washington, D. 0._lt*
APROFES8KD COOK-? respectable colored
woman, who thoroughly understands cooking
in all it? department?, and who learned the pro
feenon in Paris, desires a SITUATION, Hie can
furnish satisfactory city reference. Address R. M.,
StarOffl?w?._It*
WANTBD-A good COOK, WA8UER and
1RONKR. Apply at No. 420 New York av,
between 15th and Uth sta._?ep 17-at*
WANTED? At the~?venue House, No. 342 ?
Rtroet. between 12th and 1.1th, two OYSTER
SIIUCRKhS and one WAITER. None but good
bands need apply._aep l7-3t*
W^?NT?D? A PURCHA8ER. forone half inter
est in a Hotel in this city, already estab
lished, and doing a good business. Address P. II,
L., Washington Post Office._b*p 17-2t*
ANTED-A respectable middle aged WHITE
WOMAN, to take charge of house aad make
hersi-lf generally useful. Reference as to honesty
and moral character required. Address BACH
ELOR._aep 17-3t?
WANTED?A gentleman of retired hab ts de
_ airee BOARD and ROOM in aprivate family,
in Washingt? ? or Georgetown, where he can have
the uae of a Piano, with a view to the study and
practice of music. Address W. II. II , 8tar Office.
HfP - 2t *_
WANTED?A gentleman of refinement,?of the
legation, or otherwise) keeping a horse or
horses, with or without servant, may find very
desirable ACCOMMODATIONS in a healthy,
northern part of the city. Enquire of J 8.
TOPHAM, 300 7th st._aep 17 .It?
WANTED-From*4,000 to $5,000, from two
to four years. Deed of trust given on valua
ble real estate. Address 8. ?. ?., Box No. 10,Star
Office._sep 15-et?
\17ANTED-Bya lady without family,? FUR
99 NI8H1D HOUSE, from 8 to 12 rooms. Mast
be near the street cars. Best of references given.
Addrers or apply at <*?9 Pa. avenue, between ?.'1st
and _d at?._sep 16-3t?
W ANTED-A SITUATION of some kind by an
active nian of strict temperance habita and
principle?. Has beet reference?, and can be relied
upon to fulfill regularly all dutiea, or would invest
some capital in some safe business. Please ad
dress^. ?.," ?t thi? office._gep 16-U*
FURNISHED HOUSE WANTED.-A comfort
ably furnished HOUSE, of moderate size, ia
wanted immediately in this city or Georgetown.
Central location preferred. Address Box No. '?OS
Washington city po?t office._sep 12 tf
WANTED-Two Hundred COLORED MEN.
Appi
au 29 tf
WANTED?Two steady, induatrions BOYS, one
each to learn the Harneen and Trunkmaking
business. Apply at 500 7th street. au ?9 tf
GEORGETOWN ADV?Tr'MTS
IST OP LETTERS REMAINING IN THE POST
OFFICE. GEORGETOWN. D. C,
Septbmbkr 17,1S64.
To obtain any of these letter?, the applicant must
call for " advertised letters," give the date of this
list, and pay one cent for advertising.
If not called for within one month, they will be
sent to the Dead Letter Office.
Place the postage stamp on tbe upper right-hand
corner, and leave space between the stamp and
direction for post-marking without interfering
with the writing.
A request for the return of a letter to the writer,
unclaimed within thirty days or lees, written or
rinted with the writer's name. pwst office, and
notate, across the left-' ?d end of envelope, on the
face Bide, will be ?-._ plied with at the usual pre
Said rate of r? >iag*, payable when the letter is
elivered to .ue writer. '?'
LADIES' LIST.
A eh ford Mr? M Detersey Mrs MosebyMrsCJ-2
BrownMrsSarah Button Mr? Col McPartlaneMiae
BuchananMiss 8 AH A
BarbourMrsS M KausettMrsElizaMcAeey Mrs A ?
Bell Mrs MA Greenwell Mr? NortonMiseA ?
Boyd Mr? I. MB OliverMrsSmily
BurrowdMissK Gray Mies Jane OlverEinllyJane
Brink eyMissGAHoxsie Miss ? Robinson Mrs M
Burrows Miss C Ha'l. li-sMary E Rounds Miss L
BellMissCharity Kennedy Mrs ? ReynoldsMisHE-2
Burrow? Miss fi LsnieMre MaryMr-oodge Mm ? ?
BrownMra Eliza Latbrop Mrs W StevansMre M A
Clemen tsMr- M J Y-J Scott Mrs Liizi??
Clark Mr? Jos'e Lee Mr? Sarah J Tomllneon Mrs
Cooper Mies V MurryMrsB SD
Chew Mise L Morrcngh Mrs Wing Mrs
CramerMaryAO Mercer Laura Wals?? Mis? Mary
Charle? Mrs 8 MorrisonMis? H WillaMiss Lizzie
Deall Mrs W G MillspaughMreEWilleonMiu U A
Dcnnell Mrs
GENTLEMEN'S LIST.
Atkinson ? ? Drill Jno Ourdan J ? 2
AdambTT Davis Jno A O'BeirneBernard
AmedsnRBreoksDansey Jas Plummer W D
Adam? Jo? Edwards ChaeW ?hearso? Lamb
Busher Jas Fenton Capt U RobcrsonCaptW
liracshawJas Foster Fredk H
Bogg John Gibbs Wm Rowan W A
IiontzA Holoban Grafton W L Ruperts Jno
Bnrlin Geo W Gsson Levi Ramsey FrankB
Burk Gusty Goettel H W Rakes F G
Brummel F Hyder Wm Ra? kin Dani
Brown G G Hopklce Wm II Ronoloby David
Burrows B M Holden Capt S Richter Cha?
'ritt ? A T Hall Isnatias-2 Smith Jno ?
Brown A C Ilobart E F Smith Jno
Dark Augusta KeithOhaplinW Snelton Richd
Brown A F Kelby Patk D Steven? R W
CuB'ard Wm H Kery Mr Simmons Saml
Clancy Thoa ? reft A If 8nyder Rev ?
Carler Robt R Lafarv J F Pombell Gran
Cranmer Capt P 1 innehau.i W R Street Blent
W Lynct Can?* Jas Tal per Wm W
Crowell Jno Letev'r HeiirvC Trim RR
Cook Jno Joe Morrill A Son Talpe ? Capt M
CoehanJJ MaffittJa? TyrrellCapt M L
Conley Jno Murray Geo Thomas Jbo F
Orasmer H L McMahonD Vear.ie Wm F
Callaban Hush McCarthy Ol?as WebleJno
CreiggGeoW Neileon Geo We??*terOeoW-2
Prnrv Wm NitteriterFrank Welsh ? ?
Dali Nett 0'Donn??H Thos w.iker A W
lt HENRY ADMSON.P.M.
GEORGETOWN ?AXE8-An abatement o! three
per er??*, will be ailt.wed on the general tax of
18?4, if paid on or before the lat of October neat,
after which time the Collector will p-oc.ed, ander
tbe lsw, to prepare Hate of general water and
school taxes due, and nnptid, for advertisement, in
volving heavy additio at costs.
All interested will do well to govern th?....selves
?roornirgly. CHARLBS D. WELCH
eep 16-dtOctl _?_Oollec'or.
THB PARTNEBSHIP heretofore existing be
tween William B. M atte we and John W Haaoot.
under tbe name of '-?. 8. MATTHEWS A CO., waa
on tb? mk alt. dissolyed by ?atnUoo tuent.
Partie? indebt-s? vnll please ?all for aettletaent
upon William 8. Matthews, at No. 49 High street.
V____ MATTHKW8.
JOHN W. 8M0 jT.
Georgetown, D. 0.. Sept ?, 11M4.
The busin-??. wiM b? continued by W. 8 Mat
thew?, nnder the nanae ?IWg.lMAT TH ? Wm As
CO.. and at the old trt*oA. No 49 High street,
whers be will be ?**?*???? to serre hU cneimrrwrn
eep?*-wtt* WILMAM8. MATTHEW?.
? WO NBW AND 8JS5"J9*J^B-W00B PI*
ABO FOBTB8 AT PRIYATE SALB -W*nt
ter at private sal? **??^^?*^4?*?;10*,???????*
C_?e fiere? Octave PteNO FOBTRS ?t fne t*.e
I workmanship ' nd from a celebrated aaanu
tory, which wtll ^^%???(^1??^G'
???U-tt . Auct*? aad Com Mtsrrhaate.
Apply at ?o 40 Water street, Georgetown.
f?
?FOR RENT _NP S Mill
POR RFWT-On Ocf>b?r let. a nent twe-et?ry
BHICK HO! SK, containing aia ro?-"?; "ith
flowers, fruit t ~ee Ae.. in th> yard Inqui/e on
ine premi?-.*. No. IM Uta street, between L and
????-???
C*OR RKNT-Four ui?farni?hed ROOMS, pleaa
G? u,Sl,"/_ StraSs? . Apply ?-? th? pre nia?*, at
JAMM WHITE'S Ororory Store, cor. er of IHh
and M._ _aep iS-eott*
FOR RINT-A BRIOK UOU3B. containing 3
roMrii? witb gaa. aituated on the corner of Ji
and H *treete north. Apidy on th? premiaea.
aep I!? .Tit;_ M. KANNALT.
F G?? RBNT-A deairable FCR?ISIIBD ROO*,
enitable to ??????mod*te two ?inicie g'otle
njen. Apply at the northwoat corner of Uth and
NjitiJk_aep ??*
F^OR SALB OHBAP-A HOUSE, coataiuing ???
room*, (which rente f t $3? ? r month, ? on -tat
atreet ?eat oppoeite Government me?* house, be
tween t and G, third door f on F at.
sepltMt? * JQHN^M. JOHNSON.
A GENUINE BDSTNB>8"?OR 8ALB~?Rndder
fortb'a PININO SALOON and BAR. sold only
on account of aickne?*, doing an excellent trade.
Apply on i?)tb etreet, between O ani New York av
enue, W a* hi n g top. _ane i^St*
pL^BABT?T-USf URNISHED KOO*3. KOR
* housekeeping, to a man and wi;e. Inquire at
4?*4 O atteet, corner of 5th street, after 4 p. m.
Keferencea required. sep 19 It*
TO RBNT-Partof a small furn shod HOUSE,
complete for housekeeping. Price ?*-35 per
month. Addreaa W BUaM * KI.L. Star Office,
stete number in family and where aa interview
uiRjftehad. _lt*
?] ? FURNISH ? D ROOMS TO RBNT.-For rent,
> taut UNFURNIM1B? BOOMS, together with
a Kitchen, auitable for a amali family. Term?
moderate Inquire at 78 ? ?treet. b??tween ill
and 24th street*.or at Room No. el. War Depart
ment Building._it*
TWOORTIIRKK00MFORTABLBROOMS0?N
be bad with Board, at No. 321 O at.. Washing
ton. P.C._aep G St*
FOR RKNT-A well e*tabli*hed ft AND for a
Groc-ry 8tore, corser C and I3that?., Island
For further information apply on the premiaea.
aep 17 3t_
I<"OR RKNT-A three story BRICK DWBLL
ING, containing nine room*. Latrnhe atove,
gaa, a hydrant in the yard. The bouse i* in com
plete order. No, ? Missouri avenue, between I1,
and 6th *tr?eta. Enquire next door. No. 8.
sep 17-3t*_
COTTAGE TO LBT, containing ten rooms, cel
lar, piazza, area all round; large lot, with sha.-?e
trees; lawn in front, No. 449 6th street, ?at of tbe
Capitol, three squares aouth of Pennsylvania av.,
new occupied by Mr. J. B. Wheelor. Possession
given immediately. Thos?? desiring a pleasant
residence can exam in? the premine?, then apply to
J.O.ADAMS, Agent, No. 383 8th atreet. Third
Ward._aep 17-3t*
^1 ORI TO RENT?Between 7th and 6th streets,
i"^ 400 ? street. Inquire on the premises.
sep 17-4t*_
ROOM FOR RENT, unfurnished, on second
floor. Inqnire at second house from northeast
corner 17th and K._sep 16-3t*
^'0R SALK-A BRICK STORB, suitable for a
confectionery atore. Apply at 369 7th etreet,
cornerJL._aep H-.1t*
TWO OR THRBB UNFURNISHED ROOMS
for re'?, in a new three-atury Brick Bonse, to
a respectable family, No. -27-2 Second st., between
Massachusetts svenne and H st*._sep 16 3t*
OR RENT?On the Island, two er three ROOMS
very convenient for housekeeping, A amali
family without children preferred. Inquire at the
Star Office.____aep 16- it*
FOR SALB?Eighty four (84) acr??? of heavy
TIMBER LaND, oak and pine; will cut from
6? to 70 cords per acre; attua ed in Montgomery
county, Md , 16 mile* from the District and i ail**
from the Canal. Apply to WM. KILGOCR. At
torney at Law. 517 ith at._aep 16-lw*
FOR SALE-A BOUSE and LOT on Patrick
etreet. The Houa? H entirely new, and the
locality _o"d The purchaser will be warran ed
against all claim? of Hira a Arnold, or ocher par
tie*. Apply at 168 Queen atreet, Alexandria Va,
sep 15-6t* BENEDICT A ALBEK.
FOB S?LE?8T?TJK and FIXTURES of an old
established fami ly Grocery More doing a good
barine?1*. Reasons for Belling having other busi
ness, aud cannot attend to both. Also, a good
FARM of 100 acre*, on the railroad, 12 miles from
town and one mile from a station. For further
information inquire of J. B. JONES A CO., corner
of L and 7th street?._?to 15 6t*
F?B?18HKDltOOM8. with Board, for rent at
No. 4Iti G street, between 8th and S'th.oppo
site the Patent Office. Call and Bee them, se l4-7t*
F* OR SALE-A good-sired FRAME HOUSE, two
storv, containing four room*; al?o the Lot, 21
by 62. Term* easy. Apply on the premises, corner
1st and B. Island._aep ll-lw*
FOR"? ALB?Parlor, Bedroom, and Kitchen FUR
NITURE. Carpet?, Bedding, Ac, moatly new;
al?O, a lady's Side Saddle. Inquire for- WAG
NER, second door from tke corner of Maas. are.
and 1st etreet_sep l4-6t*
FOR RENT?A first clase HOUSE, 3.54 G streot.
second door from lftth street, near the 8tate
Department, containing 10 rooms, besides kitchen,
attic and large cellar; gas and gas hitares all
through tbe house, and a pump in the vard. Also,
in private family, a PARLOR and CHAMBER on
the first lloor, ( furnished,)46o Mew York avenue,
near 1Mb ht.
?ep 14-tf_P. A. GARDNER.
FOR SALE AT A RARGAIX-The STOCK and
FIXTURES of M. L. Julihn's Fancy Goods
Establishment. 806 Pa. av. For particular* ap
ply at the atore._sep 13 6t*
STORE TO RENT?A good STORE, centrally le
. cated, lighted with tas and provided with fix
tures. Apply at 335 F atreet, bet 9th and 10th sts.
aep 12-dtf_
?G J OBLINO BOU8E FOR BALE.
The Proprietor of this popular and well-known
Hotel and Restaurant intend* to retire from busi
ness, and offera bla well-known house for sale.
Any one wishing to engage in a LUCRATIVA
BUPINE88 can call on the Proprietor, 847 Penn
aylvania avenue, bet. 12th and 13th sta. m-1>2w*
1i*OR RENT-? PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY
having a splendid Sky Light. Connected with
the Gallery are thr??? convenient Rooms. Inquire
on the premises. No. 540 Pennsylvania avenue,
between 1st and 2d ats , or of GREGORY EN S IS,
3*8 f st._-_aep 10-tf
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL 8ELL AT PBI
vate sale a tract of LAND, containing about
two hundred and fifty acres, distant about 4 mile*
from tbe Capitol, over Benning'a Bridge; about fin
acres cleared,< and 45 in meadow; the balance in
unsurpassed timber, mostly oak and chestnut. No
improvement*, except a small house. For further
particulars address Box 3-4, Washington, D. C.
or inquire of the subscriber. 1>* miles northeast
0f,eBne?Dl^'8Br?dKe? B. SHERIFF.
FURNISHED ROOMS ?Single or suites of
ROOMS, suited for the accommodation of offi
cer* of the army and other*: also, PARLORS with
felding doors; all just vacated, at 484 lflih etreet,
between New York avenue and H. sep5-eo5t*
F" URNI8HED ROOMS TO RBNT. without Board,
to g'ntlemen only? 347 ? etreet, near 13th.
Inquireof Ita. ?. E. 8TBPHEN80N. au31-tf
F'OR RENT? The large and commodious ROOMS
com prising the second, third and fourth sto
ries over J. L Rtdwell'e new Drug Store on Bet.,
near corner of Pa. av. and 14th st., two doors be
low Willards* Hotel,
_au 20-tr_???? L. KIDWELL.
FOR RBNT?A ROOM on 15th atreet, opposite
the Treasury Department, adapted to tbe uae
of a Banker or Broker, having nonnested with it
a very commodious and aub??tantial vault. In
quire of WILLIAM ORME, No. 318 Penn ave.,
between luth and llth ata._an 27-3w
TBE SUBSCRIBE Refiere at private aale a very
valuable and productive FARM, aituated in
the District of Columbia, one mile eaat of Ben
ning'a Bridge, containing sixty aerea of excellent
land, well watered. The improvement-, a large
two-story Frame Dwelling, nearly new, with tie
neceaaary out? buildings. Persona wishing to par
chase are invited to examine the premise?. A very
pleasant drive of three milea, over a good road,
from Washington city. ??______ ? -._---.-.
au Ja-eolm___ ROBERT K. NEVITT.
FOR SALE-DRUG STORE. BRICK HOUSE and
three BUILDING LOTS. Inquire at No. 4 3*.
Maaa. avenue, near 6th st._au i8-lm*
FOR PALE-? three story and attic BRICK
HOUSE and out-building?, on North Capitol
street, between ? and O.No. 394, nearly opposite
the Washington Railway, near the Depot Bouae.
containing 10 room?; a vacant lot adjoining; front
of 66 by 80. For further particulara inquire ot
WALL. STEPHENS A CO.. No. 388 Pennaylva
nia av._*u 1?_
W" E OFFER FOR SALB, at a great bargain a
small FARM containing about 66 acrea, well
improved with new dwelling and all neeessary ont
hc use?. This property li?e about 4 milea froaa
Center Market, on the Benning'a Bridge road
acroa*Eastern Branch,ua ?n a high and healthy
situation, with an abundance of wood. Terms
made known on appliotidn to
8 WEENY A CO .Real Estate Brokers,
au 15-Im_Corner 7th and ? street?.
A CLOSING OUT SALE .
8 A Preliminary move toward closing busi
nee?, the undersigned will off-r. for a limited oe
riod. their entire atook of DRY GOODS and ORO
CPRIRS at much reduced price* for cash At the
expiration of the said period, the balance of the
stock, together with the pr. perty belonging to the
firm, willbe offered and *old atpnMie ?urtlon.
m A. F. OFFUTT A OO.,
No. 163 and 165 Bridge atreet,
sep 6-lflt*_(_Geoige.uwn, o.O
M-JBft M?e'?DoVlL ?fife
?T^Y^ 8INGlNGCA?rD?FI*N0, ?g*
Commences instruction in tbe above branches on
MONDAY, Sept. ?th,
at her residence, 1*56 K et., bet. 18th and 19th,
north aide._ nap 3 lw*
? A8I1I0N A BLE
WBDBINC AND TISITIN? CARDS,
NEW 8TYLB8.
WITB ?* MONOGRAM."
At B1MP8BY A O'TOOLB*.,
1 Engraver ? and Stationer?,
eaplT-eort 386 Pa av., b?-.t. ??th and loth *t?_
a?AJBTBBMASTEB GENERAL'S OFFICE,
_ Fibst Divieto?,
?_ Wasei-OTOB ??t??, AnguatSI, 1851.
BOBSB8. HORSES. BfoKSBS
Horsess-itabU for ? avalry and Artillery aervice
will be jmrcbasee atGieaboro' Depot,in open mar
ket, till October 1.1864
Horace will be delivered to Captala L. Lowry
Moor?. A Q. M , and be Bubl*eted to the u*ual
6*?vprnB eet inspection be ?ore being accepted.
Prie? of Cavalry For?**,? i76eaoh.
Price of Artillery Hereee.Sieiieneh.
Payment will be made f r sit (6 and more.
JAMRS A -KIN
Oniooel First Diviiiea,
??? Mat Qaartermnater Oeneral'a 0?oe.
AUCTION ?SA LKS.
THIE. Ar? KR FS I MU? AWr? TW- W?KH4?W
gY 3. O. MoGCIRB ft CO.. Auctioneers.
^a-?Kflt-L? S?L_~OF 8MAU. FRAME
???,*?_\?>5 LOT N BAR THK LONG BRIDGE
ABfPlNAL ????*? ABO LOT NBARTHB
laS*1 B?0sN1,.*.T AWT?BNOOr??. September MB,
1S64. atli,?'closa, on the pren-l??;, we shall ?ell
part ? t L?r>t Wo S, io square No ?"8. fr nting on
Maryland avenu . hejweeo U h and IS?* ?ta., and
improved bv a ?mall F ame llouae
At e!?, o'clock, or, the pratnle.-a, we .hall a*ll Lot
No V ii, square ho. MM, fronting 27 feet ? ine ?es
on ? etreet, near 4S ?tr*??t a?-?d running btok 125
feet io a wide alley, and improved witn a threes
story Brick Dwelling House, containing ??t.a
rooa-iB. with cellar; a'ao, a briok .table on the rear
of the lot.
Terme. One half caah; the remainder In six
month?, with interest
Conveyance? and ? taupe at the cost of the pur
chaser?.
sep 13-d JA8. C. McGUIRE ft CO , Auct?.
?
Y 3.0. MOGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneer?.
NOTICE-VALUABLE BUILDING LOT ON
NORTH ? ,-TKEKT, BETWEEN 20TH AND
?18T .STREETS, AT PCdLIC AUCTION
Will he s?> d at pu ?lie auction on MONDAY, the
19th da?r of ?September next ensuing, at 4S o'clock,
on the pretuieea the following desirable piece or
Sarcel of ?round. 1> ing. situate and being on north
etreet 83 te t 9 inrheeeaat of It? Intersection
with list street west, thence north 7?? feet to an
?lley, tbence west In feet,thence south 5 feet 9 in
che?, thence west J'? feet, thence south 6i feet 3 in
cbee. tht-nce eaet 40 feet to the beginning, being
Lot ? >.{?. in square No 7?, containing two thou
?and six hundred and eighty-five square feet, or
tbereeVont?.
The title believed to be undoubted.
Term?: One-half caah; the ba'ance i ? three equal
instalments, payable reapectively in 6. 9 and 12
months, witb interest, the deferred payments to
be aeenred by deed cf truat on the premise*.
By order of Truateea.
sep6-d 3. 0. McGUIRB ft CO., Aueta.
?
? 3. C. MoGUlBB ft CO., Auctioneers
?INE OLD OIL PAINTINGS, BHEFFIELD
PLATED DISHES AND WAITERS. AND
SMALL LOT OF FURNITURE AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY MORNINO. September 2th, at 10
o'clock, at residence No. 1?*7 H street, beet ween
19th and 20th st?.. we shall aell a email lot of
of Household Furniture and Efftcta, comprising?
Sofas, Arm and Basy Chaira,
Table?, Chaira, Stoves.
Bedstead?. Mattresses. Cribs,
Bolsters and Pillows Yeaetian Blinda, ft c.
ALSO?
Number of fine old Painting? and Engravings
ALSO?
A lot of superior Sheffield Plated Ware, compris
ing?
Waiter?. Wine Coolers.
Covered Oyster Dishes, round and oral,
Dishes without covers,
Butter Dishes. Salts, Ac.
Aleo, a lot of China and Bohemian Glassware.
Terme cash.
Repl7-d JA8. C. McGUIRB ft 00., Auct?.
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Y WM. L. WALL ft 00., Auctioneers.
South corner Penn'a avenue and 9th street.
OROCERIES, LIQUORS. CIGAR8 AND TOBAC
CO AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY MORNING, Sept. 1Mb. commen
cing at io o'clock, we will sell, at the Auction
Rooms, an assortment of Groceries, ftc, compri
sing? ?
l Chente Tea, Boxes Coffee
2? o Boxea Ground Pepper and Kegs Mustard
Boxes Yellow and Fancy Soaps
Cases Whisky, Demijotns Brandy
?*".ikm> Segare, different brande
20 Boxes Navy and other Tobacco
?2t Keg? White Lead
10 Barrels Molaires
?V> Baskets He-sick aad Siller'.-; Champagne
26 Barrels Glaesware
SO Barrels old Bourbon, Gibson, Byle, Cincin
nati and Rye Whisky
Octaves Brandy
1 Barrel Apple Brand ?
5 B?rrele Rilkinniek Tobacco
With a variety of ot-er goods in the Grocery
line. WM.L. WALL ft CO ,
sepie lOhronl Anotioneers.
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Y WM. L. WALL ft CO., Aucts.
At the Horse Basaar, 98 La. avenue.
AUCTION SALB OF HORSES AND CAR
__L___b___
On TUESDAY MORNING, 2 th i*aet?nt, we will
sell, at the Horse Bazaar-about
40 GOOD HORSES.
Also an assortment of
Family Carrim-en. Top and No-top Buggies, Ger
rnantfiv. ? Rockawavfl.
Expre?? Wagon, Double and 8ingle Harnes?, ftc,
ftc.
Begular eale days at the Bazaar, Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturday?.
lt_ __*LM L. WALL ft CO , Aucts.
Y THOMAS DOWLING, Auct.; Georgetown.
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PEREMPTORY SALE OF STOCK OF DRY
(?00D8. BOOTS AND SHOES, ftc.
On TULRcDAY MORNING, Sep ember 22. com
mencing at I? o'clock each day. and continuing
daily at that hour, until the. whole is disposed of,
will be sold tho entire stock of Dry Goods. Ho
siery, Boots. Shoes, ftc, at th? srore of A. F. Of
futt ft Co., Nob. 163 and 165 Bridge st.. George
town. D. ?.
The attention of the trade is respectfully called
to tee above sale. The entire stock will be sold te
the highest bidder.
After the disposal of the Dry Good*, the stock
of Groceries will be sold at public auction, due no
tice of which will be given.
?eg 19 d4t_THOS. DOWLING .Auct.
T W. L. WALL ft CO.. Auctioneers.
At the Horse Bazaar, <??* La. av , bet. Pth& 10th.
ONB FINB BAY HORSE AND ONE SORREL
MARE. TO PAY EXPENSES OF LIYBRY.
Oa SATURDAY MORNING, 24th inst., we will
sell, at the Bazaar, at 10 o'clock
One very fine BAY HORSE, 16,'z hands high, t>
yearn oid.
One 8crrol Harness MARE. 15'a hands, 7 years
old
The above stock will be sold to pay expenses ? G
livery. NAILER ft BROTHER.
f>ep 19 _ W. L. WALL ft CO., Aucts.
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Y JAB. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneer,?.
THREE BUILDING LOTB ON NORTH ? ST.
BETWEEN S?18T AND 2 2D STREETS WEST.
AND ALL OF SQUARE No. 9**, AT PUBLIC
SALE.
OnSATUBDAT AFTERNOON. Sept 24th, at 5
?'clock, on the premises, we shall cell Lot No. 19,
and the west half of Lot No. 20. in Square No. 77,
fronting 79 feet 4'.. inches on north I etreet.be
tween 21et and 22d streets west, and running back
143 feet 9>i inches to a3? foot alley, tobe divided
into four building lot?.
Immediately after:
We shall sell the whole of Square No. PS, bounded
by New Hampshire avenue, 21st atreet wi-ac, and
north ? etreet?.
Title perfect.
Term?: One-third in cash; the remainder ?n six
and twelve months, with interest, secured by?
deed of trust on the premises.
Conveyance? and stamp? at the cost of the pur
chaser.
?ep 15 d JAS. 0. McGUIRB ftCO.. Auct?.
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Y W. L. WALL ft CO., Auctioneers
South corner Pa. u.V. and 9th st.
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, TaRLOR SUITS. FUR
MTURB, CROCKERY WARE, CARPETS, ftc.
AT AUCTION.
On THUR8DAY MORNING, eept. 22d, commen
cing at 10 o'clock, we will sell on the first floor of
onr Auction rooms a stock of Furniture, ftc, com
prising?
Two Handsome, Fine Tone Rosewood Piano
Forte?
1 Parlor Sait In Creen Rep?
1 Parlor 8nit in Crimson Rep?
Sofas, Lounges. Parlor, Easy, Cane seat and
other Chair? and Rockers
Cottage Betts
Mahogany and Walnnt, Marble Top and Plain
Bureaus _ .
Feather Beds, Hair and Shuck Mattresses
Walnut. Jenny Lind, Plain and other Bedsteads
Marble Top and Plain Waehatanda
Crate ??f Crockery Ware
Barrels of Tumblers and Goblets
Carpetsaiid Matting?white a? d check
Walnut and Oak Extension Trblea
H at racks. Makogany and Walnut Sideboards
Safe?. Gut Mirror?
With a varieto of other article? in the furnish
ing line, to ?hi. h we invit the attention of
buyer? as they will be sold without reserve.
Tei me cash. . _
sip 1? [Ohronl W. L. WALL ft CO.
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? GREEN ft WILLIAMS. Auctioneers.
No 526 7tu street, orner D north.
LAI-GB SALE ' F NB*RL***NRW HOUSEHOLD
AND KUCHEN F' BNIT?BE.OF THE BUST
a?AKK. AT AUOTH ?.
On WEDNESDAY, ta? J e* instant at 10 o'clock
a m , ?e sh?il sell, ?t tbe reaid-oce of a gentle
man declining hou?-e?e< pin j. <.n port? ? streit,
between 9t*i and 10th strees weat, a "la?*ge ??
?ortmen*. of nesrly new furniture, consisting ia
par? of?
One very one Fren-h Plate Mirror
War-og-ary 8o'ae, Ca*(or. and 8 de ??.'??
S? l ri , ak Sideb ard with Ategere aud Glass
Ba k
Ma ble top, ?"?entre and Si?*e Tables
Sliver Plated Coffee and Tea S ta
Fine aseortmen- of E cravings
Three ply ?od o1b?*>r Car sets
Bureaus, Bedsteads, Wasbetands, ftc.
Nearly new ?Aoo*?* and other toves
China, Glass and Crockery War?
With many otuer article.- too numerane to ?nu
merate
??????*? GREEN ft WILLIAMS. Aast?.
GBOBGETOWN CORPORATION ?TOOK -
Those persona who maybe dispoeed to pur
_aa* Georgetown Corporation 8tock. which bea-r
arable
an interact of si? per oent. per annum, ??*???>??
quarterly, can obtain?some by applying^toWM
PAIRP. Clerk of said Corporation. ietB-dtOl
rroW-ie PBOMPTLT A-TTBNDBD TO by ta.
1 P*ton_c Tow Company's boat?, ''P?-to.nac.'
?Gov OnrUn" aad "Belle Haven " Apply to th?
Captai? o. Board, t to ^ ft D_VID80Nf
_* _- _WaUr streat. Geor getow?.
LIGHTNING RODS.-LIGHTNING RODS -
Th? nOdoreifned is prepared to furnish
and put up LIGHTNING RODS, with pUtina
tipped weil???*?, e* the MsrtMt ?nd moat r_no
ab?et?r_e. Also. BELL-HANGING done in the
_ ? ?tap pre ved style.
Work dons ia tke country at city prie*?.
an fe-la?* ai-l Wmm ae.. Waahin?ton. P. O
NOTICE T? 8UTLBRS.?AdouMe deok it a BO ?
?IM) tona?in good order, ?11 ready for use.
can be bought on reasonable terms, (sale to cloa*
concern. Apply to Capt. Cu.hman. on board Barg?
???. Beane?y."?t Ship- Yard. Al xaadria. Fa.; ?r
toMr.Lsmpkin.at raimar*? Wharf, foot of llth
street, Washington. D C ; or t*> Floweo* * *"???,
Ko. 1 Klag Street. Alexandria. Va aa tft-iw*
AUCTION SAiiBS.
??'t??? Dava.
pv jas" ?. ????p?_?_a ooT?^?^^
1HRBB DESIRABLE B'?Il'5L*v,f> LOTS ON
Rlli'DB ISLAND aVENDB. BBTWBBN itXS
AND 1-?TU STRBbTd AT Pi BLIC SALE
On WKDM-KDAY AFTERNOON, ^ptuoit?
14. at *H o'clock, on the premise?, we shall ?etl
Lot? "P." '-?." and "T," in *uh?1i?i?ion of lot* ia
Sqnare No Ml, Lot? "b" and ' T"freetiB? etch ?)
teet.aod Lot "?'??? f-et. on Rhode Island ave
na??, between Uth and 16th atreeta weat.
Title perfect. . ...
Terma. Ose third in cash: the remainder ia
three and nice month?, with intereat, a??ured by
deed of trust on the premise?
A oayment of $28 on each lot will b? required at
the time of ?ale. . -*_
Conveyance? and stamp* at the purchaser'? coat
sep 8-d J. 0. MeGUIRB A OO.. AncU.
?BV-THB ABrVB 8A? ? WILL TAKE PLACX
on TUESDAY, 8ept. ?th, ?ame hour,
a-pla?* J.C McOUIKBA Co., Anct'a.
B~
Y GBEEN * WILLIAMS. Auctioneers.
No. 386, corner of 7th and D atreet?.
TWO-STORY BRICK HOUBB, WITH BASE
???G AND eTOKB ROOM. AT THB CORNER
OF FOURTH AND NORTH N 8TRBBTS, AT
AUCTION.
On TUE" DAY. tbe ?th in?tant, w? ahall sell, i?
front of the premise*, at f>S o'clock p. m the fol
lowing handsome prop?"rtT, vis:?Part lot 2. in
*q?*re No. ? 2. kaving a front of le feet, by 73 feet
d?tp. to a wide alley, with the improvement*
which are a good tw. -etorr brick hunae, with baa?
ment, containing geod rooms, one ef which has
been occupied a* a grocery ator? fer many year?.
? I* pr> p?rty is handsomely located at the Oorner
of 4th and north ? a'reeta.
ivr_?-: Two thiid* cash; the balance In sir aad
twelve montha, aeeured by a deei of truat on the
pr mises.
AH conveyancing and revenu? stamp? at th? cost
of the piirctaMi GREEN A WILLIAMS,
aep l.vd_A notion ?era.
|J>Y JAS. 0. MoGCIRE A CO., Auctioneer?.
PEREMPTORY SALE ~?f 8MALL 8QUAR1 OF
<?R0T'rVI> in THE NORTHERN PART OF TBB
SECOND WARD.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Sept. ?'th.at ?
o'clock, on the premises, we abeti for account of
the "United Evan.elical German Congregati jn.?*
Sqnare north of Square 273. bounded by 12th atre?t
weat, Vermont arena? and north Q atreet, aad
containing ;i. i?'n Hqnare feet of ground.
Terms: ote third in cash, th? remainder in six
and twelve montha, with Interest, aeeured by?
deed of trust on the premia??.
AU conveyance and revenue stampa at the coat ?f
the purchaser.
sfp 10-d J C. McGUIRB A CO. Anota.
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Y GREEN A WILLIAMS Auctioneers.
AUCTION SALE OF FIVE SMALL FRAME TBW
EMENT8. ON 3D STREET. BETWEEN MIS
SOURI AND PENNSYLVANIA AVENUES. TO
BE REMOVED.
On TUESDAY, the 2nth inst, we shall aell. in
f'roLt of th.- premi????, at ? o'clock, p. m,. five small
frame tenement?, to be removed, situated on Third
street went, between Missouri and Pennsylvania
avenues.
Terms cash,
aep 16 d GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auct?.
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Y J. 0. MoQUIRB A CO., Auctioneera.
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON 10TH
t-TBEBT WEST, NEARLY OPPOSITE 1'ttRD'S
THEATER.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, September ?Pth.
at 5 o'clock, on tbe premine?, we shall aell, Lot
No Li, in sanare No. 547. fronting 5< feet on loth
street weat, between E and F street??, north. n??atly
opposite Ford's Theater, and running back IS
fett. 1 inch; together with the improvements, con
sisting of an old faabioned Brick Dwelling House.
? ?-mi* One-half in eaeh; the remainder in ?
month*, with int.-rest, aeeured by a deed of trust
on the premiaea.
Conveyances and revenue stamp* at the coat of
the purchaser. J. C. McGUIRE A CO.,
sep 13d_Auctioneera.
BY GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneera.
No. 52ti corner 7th and D streets north,
THREE STORY BRICK~HOUSE AND LOT, OB
THE ISLAND, AT AUClION
On WEDNK.-PAY.t_e ?1st instant, at five and a
half o'clock p. m.. we sha 1 sell. In front ot the
premiata, north half of Lot 19. in Square 364. with
tbe improvement?, which consist of a good tbre??
?tory Brick Houte, containing ten rooms ai d large
bal'e. Th'? property ha* a front of 24 f-et en 1.1th
atrert, between south ? and C atreet?. running
back 1"5 feet lo inchea to an alley, and baa alno a
side alley.
Possession given soon after the sale.
Tetms : One half cash; balance In fi and lt
month*, fer notes bearing interest. A deed given
and a deed of trust taken.
All conveyances and revenue stamps at the coat
of the purchaser.
TD1? indisputable.
sep 13 eo&da GREEN A WILLIAMS. Anota.
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Y J. 0. MoQUIRB A CO., Auctioneer?.
VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON D
STREET ?????, BETWEEN TW ELF~H AND
THIRTEENTH SUBSETS WEST, AT PUBLIC
AUCTION.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, September Kd.
at 6 o'clock, on the premiaea, we ?hall sell parts of
Lots No*. 11 and 12 in Square No. _>3, fronting 21
feet on north D street, between l?th and 13th ata.
west, rur ni ng back 83 f. et 4% inches to a 28 feet
paved all-y. improved by a brick tu i Min g two high
atoriee, occupied aa a wholesale wine and liquor
store.
Terms: One-half cash; the remainder in 3.5,9.
and 12 montha, with interest,aeeured by a deed or
trust on tbe premises.
? tie indisputable.
Coat of conveyancing and stamps to be paid
the pnrchaaer.
sepio d J. 0. McGUIRE A CO.. Auete.
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Y.J 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneera.
NEARLY NEW FRAME BOUSB AND LOT, AMD
VACANT SIDE LOT AT AUCTION.
On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Sept 23d, at 5 o'clk,
on the premise?!, we shall sell two iota on 2d atreet
east, bet. C and D ate. north, both running back
115 feet to a 30 foot public alley, one of them im
proved with a nearly new frame dwelling hous?,
containing fonr rooma and a kitchen, the other
vacant and to be so M seperately.
??.*'? Iuiiiirdiate posaeaaion given.
Term? : One-third in caah; the remainder in ? ani
12 montha.with intereat, aeeured by a deed of truat
on the premises.
sep!7-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts.
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Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneera.
SEVEN DESIRABLE BUILDING L0T8 AT ???
CORNER OF NORTH C STREET AND -2D ST.
On TBUR8DAY AFTERNOON, Sept. 22d. at S
o'clock, on the premiaea. we shall Bell Lot* No. 35
and 27. and parta of 26 and 28, In Square No 726,
subdivided into five lots of 19 feet 2 inches front
each on C street, at the corner of 2d atreet east,
and running hack 10| feet ;(l. inchea to a ten foot
alley, and two lota of about 13 feet frent each, on
2d street east, betwetn ? and C etreets, running
back 115 feet to a wide alley.
Terms : One-third cash; the remainder in 6 and
12 months, witb interest, secured by a deed of truet
on the premises.
Conveyances and revenue stamps at the cost of
the purchasers.
freyU-d JAB. 0. McGUIRE A CO.. Auct*.
Y JA8, C. McGUIRB A CO.. Auctioneer?.
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TWO FINE BUILDING L0T8 ON NEW YORK.
AVENUE, ??????? 4TII AND ?IHSTS-,
AND TWO LOTS ON OREGON bTREET, AT
PUBLIC SALE.
On FRIDAY AFTERNOON. September 23d. at 5
o'clock. on the premises, we ahall aell the east half
ot Lot No 6. in square 514. fronting 33 feet 5 in
ches on the north side of New York avenue, be
tween 4th and 5th streets west, running back ton
;? ' foot a l'y, to he divided into two building loti*.
Immediately after we ahall soil Lota 32 ana 36, in
subdivision of square No. 448, fronting each 24 feet
on Oregon etreet, and running back 15 feet to a IA
font alley.
Titile perfect. Terma cash.
sep 16 d_J. C. McGUIRE A COr. Auct?.
IT 8. MARSHAL'S 8ALE.
In virtue of a writ of fieri facias, issued from the
t-11-rk'a office or the Supreme Court o' District of
Columbi?, and to me directed, I will sell?t public
sale, for cash, in front of W. L Wall A Ce.'? Ba
z?ar on Louisiana avenue, between 9tfc and loth
??treet?. in the city ot Washington. D. C. on SAT
URDAY, the Jttb day of September inst.,1854, com
mencing at 1? o'clock a. m.:
1 Dubp Horse,
1 Bay Horse,
re'aed and lev ed upon aa the property of John C.
H 71-ton. and will be seid to satiety Judicial* No.
1126, in favor of laaao *$%&- LAM0N
gep J*-d _U. 8. Marahal P.O.
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Y BOTELER A WIL80N, Auctioneers.
Offici U. 8. Capiiol Extsbsiob, I
Wasbii?otob, D. C, Septembers, 1864.{
On SATURDAY, October let, commencing ai
10 a. m., the following variegated aud p'ain Mar
ble will be sold at public auction, on th? ground?
north of the United States Capitol :
EM bio. ks Tennessee Marble. ?
1 .MO feet ? cubic) of remnants ao.
1? piece? Potomac Marble.
ri'? cubic feet Verment Green Serpentine.
8 Column Shaft? do.
2.0 0 cubic feet remnants Italian Marble
At tbe same time will be sold a larg? lot of
Doora. Shutters, and Building Materiale, of va
ri' u? kind?.
By erder of the Secretar ? of the Interior.
CLEMENT L WEST.
?epC-dtd_General Superintendent.
ALB OF CONDEMNED M?LI8.
astbb's OrrioB, I
? OS W-8BI-0T0B. C
!.. September??, WM. f
auction, at the Corral?,
Bri? Geni and Chief <2aarUrmMh
?rig. u e- Depot of Washington
S
Chief Qdabtsbbastbb_
Db pot
Washibotob. D.O., _
Will be Bold at public auc.
near the Observatory, in the city at W?jebin??toi
on WEDNESDAY, September 21.1864. ? lot of
MULES,
condemned a* unfit for public ??t????.
Terms-Cash, in Goverapent ?Tunas.
Sale to conimene, at 10?'???^ _R?0KEB.
Bri*. GenT an"
aep 5-td
Q?lRfEBMASTEB ?NEBA^OF,IO..
^^ W-?????????. D. O., Boj? ember 2, IBS?
WU1 be soM at PUBLIC AUOTfON. to th?'h&h
?at bidder, at the time aad pia??? named below,
T York. Ps. Tborsday.Sept. ??? Ie?*.
Altoona, Pa.. Thntad??-, Sept. n, 1AM.
Lebanon, Pa . Tburaday, Sept. is. Wi,
TWOHUMDBIDOAVALBT HORSES AT BACH
Theae nera?? have been oondesaa?? a? anSt fog
the Cavalry service of tb? Arm?.
For road and farm purpoas? ?aanT aresd barcal??
may be had
H or**?? aold aingly,
Tarma- Oaah in TTntWd Stai*? ?orrenoy.
JAMBS A. BKIN
Colon?*! Pirat BtvUion, Q. M. Gen'la Otte?
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