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THE EVENING BTAK.
W. P. W ALLAI H, Editor and Pr?prl?fr.
TUESDAY.gEPTEMBEB 20, 1SB4.
BW BEADING MATTER ON EVEBY PAGB.
BEB OUTSIDE POR INTEBE3TING TBLB
OBAPHIO AND OTHER MATTER._
Official War Uullotin.
(.lorious \ey/s from Sheridan!
Be has a Brilliant Victory Over Early
He Capture? -2,500 Prisoner?. Five ?Tan
non, and Nine Army Flags?Rebel Brig
adier Generala Rhodes and Gerden Killed
Vuion General Ku?ir 11. of the 6th Corps,
Killed?Th? Enemy Rented aad Driven
War Dbfabtmbbt, >
"WAPniHOTOjr, September 20, 9.30 a. m. J
Major General Dix, New York :
Yesterday, Major O-eneral Sheridan attacked
Early, fought a great battle, and won a splen
did victory. Over twenty-five hundred pris
oners were captured, nine battle-flags, five
piece? of artillery were captured, and the rebel
Generals Gordon and Rhodes were killed, tar?e
other g.-neral officers wounded. All the ene
my's killed and most of their wounded have
lallen into onr handa. The details are stated
? the following official telegrams received by
this department. The department learns with
deep regret that we lost Gen. Russell, killed.
General? Upton, Mclntosh, and Chapman are
Habpbb'8 Fbbby, Va.; Sept 19, 12 noon_
Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War: Sherl
daa moted on the enemy this morning at day
light. Soon after the movement commenced,
heavy and continued firing for two hoars waa
heard, then ceased, apparently receding, re
sumed about nine o'clock, and has continued
to this hour, twelve M., apparent in the vicin
ity of Bunker Hill.
Johb D. Stbvbbbox, Brig. Gen.
Habfkk's Fpbbx, Sept. 19.?Hob. Edwin at
Stanton, Secretary of War : Jnst received report
from signal officer as follows :
??Continuous firing between Opequan aud
near "Winchester. Very heavy since 10 a. m.
Think engagement is general. Line about five
miles long. A venll is heavily engaged with
enemy near Darksvllle."
I hawe sent a party of scouts and couriers to
the front. Shall report promply all reliable
news. Johk D. Stbvbnsoh,
?a????'? Fbbby, Va., Sept. 19?4.30 p. m.?
Hon. Edwin M. stanton. Secretary of War .? Fight
ing in the direction of Winchester much heavi
er. Our forces near Bunker Hill seem to be
driving tbe enemy rapidly.
Johb D. Stbvbmsob," Brigadier General.
?a???p'? Fbbbt, Sept. 19, 7 p. m.?27on.
F.dwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War: Jnst heard
from the front. Onr caralry, under Generals
Averill and Merritt, engaged Breckinridge's
corps at I>srksville at daylight, and up to one
o'clock had driven him beyond Stevenson's
Depot, a distance of seven miles, killing and
wounding qnite a number, and capturing two
hundred prisoners from Gordon's division.
On centre and left the enemv were driven
about three miles beyond the Opequan, into a
line of earthworks, our infantry attacking them
in position. Since then, aa the officer left, he
conld distinctly hear heavy musketry firing,
and continuous and heavy artilllery firing as
Be came in.
we have heard here heavy artillery firing,
and still continuing to this hour. Every indi
cation is most favorable to ns.
Joua I). Stbvbbson, Brig. Gen.
Habpbb'b Fbbrt, Sept 20, 7.-10 a. t?.?Hon.
Edwin M. Stanton Secretary of War :
J ust beard from the front Sher'daa has de
feated the enemy heavily, killing and wound
ing ti ve thousand (5,000) of the enemy, captur
ing twenty-five hundred (2-500) prisoners, five
(5) piece* of artillery, and five m battle-flags.
The rebel Generals Gordon and Rhodes were
killed, and York wounded.
Onr loss is about two thousand.
General Ruseell, of the nth corps, was killed.
General Mclntosh lost a leg.
The enemy escaped np the valley, nnder
cover of night.
Sheridan ia in Winchester.
J. D. STKTBK80?, Brigadier Gen'L
Major General Sheridan transmits to Gen.
Grant the lollowing official report just re
ceived by the department :
Wiwchbbtbb, Va., 7.30 p. m., Sept. 19.?
Lieut. Gen. G. ? Grant : I hare the boaor to
report that I attacked the forces of Gen. Early
over the Berry ville pike, at the crossing of tbe
Opequan Creek, and after a most stubborn and
sanguinary engagement, which lasted from
early In the morning until five o'clock In the
evening, completely defeated him, and driving
him throng- Winchester, capturing about two
thousand five hundred prisoners, five pieces of
artillery, nine army flags and most of their
The rebel Gens. Rhodes and Gordon were
killed and three ether general officers wounded.
Most of the enemy's wounded and all of their
killed fell into our hands.
Our losses are severe. Anong them Gen. I>
A. Russell, commanding division in 6th corps,
who was killed by a cannon ball. Gens. Up
ton, Mclntosh and Chapman were wounded.
1 cannot yet tell our losses.
Tbe conduct of the officers and men was
moet superb. They charged and carried every
position taken np by the rebels from Opequau
Creek to Winchester.
The rebels were strong in numbers and very
obstinate in their fighting.
1 desire to mention to the Lieutenant General
commanding the Army the gallant conduct of
Generala Wright, Crook, Emory and Torbert,
and tbe officers and men under their command.
To them Uie country is indebted for this hand
A more detailed report will be forwarded.
P. ?. Shbbidab, Maj. Gen. Com'dg.
Full details of casualties will be given when
received by the department.
Edwik? M. Stabtob, Secretary of War.
ry--=?A MEETING OP THE CLOTHING MSB
LL5 chanta will be held THIS EVENING, at
th?- toard of Alderman'* Charoher, Cit? Hall.
ELL18 LYON8. Chairman.
_M. J. W A 1.1 ? 1 ? EI MER. Secretary._It*
nrS=?BULIABDB? A meeting of Billiard Room
UJ? _?j?per?>ie called TO-MORRJ W ( Wedne?
day) BVEMNG,at 7 o'clock at t?? h?u?eof H. G.
Lorch, corner 8ta and E at. Matters nt impor
tance will be conaldered. eepjai 2t*
?SEVENTH wARlT?X?MPTION PUND
ASSOCIATION?An adjourned meeting of
n? Aaaociation will be held at Ieland Hall.
TUESDAY EYF.NINl'. September tin. at 9
?o'clock on? r oar before tbe general meeting of
the eitittne at th?? ?am* plaoe. A general atten
dance i* resue*t?3?l aa aVMBBBSB of pressing impor
tance will com? up.
C. 8. NOYES, President.
W. J.M?RTAQH, Sec._ lt
n*"__="PIFTH WARD EXEMPTION PUND AS
\L3 t-OGIATlON -There, will bt> a meeting ef
Th?? Shove A?*oHatioii at Lamrlt-y's t-cbjul room,
?rornpr 3d *tr???"t east and ?.-nnnvlvania avenue.
Tilia EVENING, at 7ft. o'clock. '
? The Kulixcription bonk of th?? A *???<.H at i on will be
?ppen at the ature of Mr. G? orge ? dulie-, corn? r
? ft?*?*??t aouth and *< w Jen??? y hv nu??. Capitol
Mill, whei?? any peraon enrolled in the War?! can
je?-ome a member on the payment <>f ?50. Subati
tute-% ill ??<? fi]Tui?he<!. or the funds of tt? associ
ation will he divided among th<>-- drafted.
o .? fi-i.,-1- t,?t ?. P.GOLICR. President.
_B. ?. i IP.?I.80N_. Secretary._ It
?v-^-Sl0?-$1??-?G??.-??? bnndred dollars
ll_7 ?*???':1" WAU ?* ???* ant peraon having a
r?cult credit, d to tbe S.cob?! Ward
, SAMUEL W. OWEN.
Treasurer, Pennsylvania ?Tenue, neit t ? Wil
lard'? Hetol._a-p ? Tt?
rv^-Bi?oHTS O? PYTHIAS:
??CBBI and Member??! Potomac Lobob. No. 4,
are n? tided to attend a special meeting TO MOB
BOW (Tuaaday? NIGHT, at 7 o cloak, ?t Temper
an? Hall. Important bueiaea? demanda atteu
tsp???v0f w ? ___fS_JUS?BL? 8efib*?
fv-==?BALLY! BALLY! BALLY 1-LIBOOLN
HJ AM JOHNSON CLUb-? ??^*' ???1
Kgoftt? Club will be h?ld BVBBT EVENING.
?tTJB?oB League Hall, 9th atr??t, between D and
Be're-u, atio'elock. ' _ ;_-._
AU true friend? of the union, who larot th?
?lection of Abraham Lincoln aad Andr?- Joan
?on. ar? Incited to b? ?rcMBt and uoita ??th toe
Ctofc L Ci.B*?HANB.Pr?sld?nt.
JNO ? CLIMIBTB, Jr.. Baeretnry ??? 11 tf
?XADIBS OYSTER AND DINTS > SALOON,
at JO?. BBAtPIlLD? Confectionery.
?-? Bisth al rout between G aad H. Partie?.
J-Jra Weddiag* B? He. Reception? and Batertain
i?U fern iati ed at tb? abort?* t notice and mo?t
G??-finiH* t?rm? le* Or???? and Water la? made
fcTltoWpwwer, w?^le-Btoand retail, asplft-tai?
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
Despondency aaaeagRebel ftvsapnthi/ers
L'nion People Jubilant?N? Later Blew?
Nbw Oblbam?., Sept. 19.?The news from
Atlanta produced great despondency among
rebel sympathizers, and corresponding joy
among loyal people.
Hood's army is reported, through loyal
source?, te be greatly demoralized.
All tbe trans-Mississippi rebel army, with
the exception of Buckner's brigade, bas moved
np towards While river.
Buckner confronts the remnant of our army
at Morganzia Onr main force has been sent
away from Morganzia. Its desij-iauon is con
Col. S. SejTjnour, rebel commissioner of ex
change, and Col. Dwight, Federal commiasion
er, were In consultation at Morganzia yester
day. It is *bbbb-b tbat a general exchange of
pris? ners will result.
There is not* in g new from Mobile.
LATER FROM EURUPB*.
Rnraored Recognition of Italy by Aastrla?
General News Unimportant.
Halipax, Sept. 19.?The steamship Sldon,
from Liverpool on the Cth, via Queenetown
on the 7th, has arrived.
Tbe political news is unimportant.
Lobhob, Sept. 6.?Console 87? for money.
Farther PWwt, ?Sept. 19.?The steamship
Hibernian, from Londonderry on the 9th, has
passed this point.
Litbbpool, ?Sept. 9.?It is rumored that
Austria is about to recognize the Kingdom of
Cotton and breadstuff's declining.
MAINE STATR ELECTION.
OARDiBBRtBlE.,Sept. 19.?TbeBangor Whig?
of this mornmg, has unofficial returna from
eignty.Bix towns, in addition to official returns
from two hundred and seventy-five towns,
previously telegraphed, making in all three
hundred and sixty-one towns, cities, and plan
talions, giving Cony 54,??68 and Howard 30,700.
Last year the vote of these towns was :?For
Cony, 59,923; Bradbury, 44,097. The vote in
Aroc s took county Is close, tbe Demo ?rats claim
ing to have carried it by a small majority.
The Reported Operations ef tartinas Dis
Fbw ORLEAW8, Sept. 13, via Cairo, Sept. 19.
?There is much dispute over the Mexican
news. It is not generally believed, bnt some
who should know assert positively it? truth.
Cortinas is said tobe still at Fort Brown,
with 19 guns bearing on Matamores.
Col. Ford's rebel cavalry is encamped 10
miles up tbe Rio Grande.
The French moved out 10 milee from Bag
The Draft in St. Louis.
St. Loria, ?Sept. 19.?The draft commenced
here to- day in the first district. A division of
Gen. A. J. Smith's troops have arrived at Jef
ferson barracks, twelve miles below here.
? invite public attention to the sale of a piece
of property on D street, formerly known ae Ssng
stack's Painting establishment, for saleen Thurs
day next, 22d inst See advi-rtiaement of J. 0. Mc
Onire A Co. For a business stand, i.e.. Clothing
Store, Cobbling and 8ho?? Store, Confectionery and
Bakery, or any other kind of mechanical busine??,
it is not to be surpassed by any other location, in
the city, Pennsylvania av. nnt excepted. sep ?> -.t
HTMILLER A CO.,
SUBSTITUTES ! ! ! SUB8TITUTB8 1 !
AGENTS FOB THB QUOTA OF THB DISTRICT.
No. SII Ninth etreet west, near Pennsylvania av.
MBN ! MSN ! MEN' !
Always ready tobe mustered for one or thri-e
year?, at the most reasonable prie??.
We will do better than an?? other, A3 WE ARE
KNOWN AND RELIABLE.
N. B? Runner? and others in the business most
liberally dealt with.
B'P20 lm_Justice of the Peace.
G HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri
ber haa obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Washington county, in the District of Columbia,
letter? of administration on the personal estate
of Caleb D. Shreve. late of Washington city, D. C,
deceased. All persons having claim? against th?
said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit th?
?ame, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
on or before the l"tb day of September next; tbey
may otherwise by law be excluded from all ben?
e fi t of the said estate.
Given under my hand this luth day of Septeno ber
METAL WAREHOUSE. *?7 LA. AVE..
Washibiitok, Sept. 17. 1<*J<1.
In view of advices from the Rolling M i 11- we
notify our customers of a decline of one-half of a
cent per lb. on ?11 descriptions of Iron.
We quote pr?tent priais oe follow? :
Ordinary sizes Bar? '.' round and square and 1 ? -. ?
"<? flat, and all sizes over._9}ic per lb.
Small Round and Square. Scroll and Band
Iron, proportion ate rates.
Oval and Half Bound Iron-llij **
" Diamond Sta* e' Horse Shoe Iron,
Spring and Tire Steel_?_?.2?>? '*
Toe Cork Steel.-.-24*
BoilerPlate-~_. 14 12
American Sheet Iron, is per 11)0 lbs. 1?
Belgian " " 20 '* 25 '?
Galvanized ?' " 38 30
?ep2<?-3t*> [Chron 1 JOHN R. ELVAN3.
BEAUTIFUL COUNTBY RESIDENCE FOR
PLEASANT VIEW 8EMINABY.
Lately occupied by Mis? Mariana Keech ?s a
school, situsted ?.n the Baltimore and Washington
Bailrcad, at Hyattsville, or Bladensburg Depot, 5
mile? from Washington and 200 yards from Depot,
containing ten aeres of land, which ran be eon
verted into town lots. The property ie highly im
proved with two dwellings?an octagon with 10
room? and a cottage with ? room?. All kinds of
fruit are now growing. This ie one of the pretti
est locations on the Railroad between Washington
and Baltimore?within 12 minute?' ride by rail
from the former place, or 3? minutes' drive by a
food pike. The above pince will be sold at ACC
IO**?, on the premise?, for caah or it? equivalent,
at 3 o'clock p.m.. THURSDAY, October tith,186i;
if the weather should prove unfavorable, the next
fair day. No incumbrance, and possession given
A spa spring on the premise?.
HENRY T. 8COTT.
?cp2"-eotOctC*_4? Broadway.?. Y.
E*>ALL AND WINTER DRESS GOODS.
We have now in store a fail stock of the beat
French MERINOS, iu all colors, at *?_' and 92 25
Plain ?11 wool MOUSELAINS, ?11 color?, at 87
esuli? ??r yard.
Elegant Saxony BRK8S GOODS, in PLAIDS and
SI RIPES, at 62.75 and 87 cts.
Manche-ter. Paci?, and Hamilton DEL A INES in
very choice and select styles for ladies and chil
dren; Price only 55 cts.
500 Pieces Dark PRINTS, excellent quality,
price 40 ct?.
500 M?rrimaek, Sprague and Pacific Fall
PRINTS, at 48cts.
BLACK SILKS and MOUBNING DRESS GOODS
? great variety.
Elegant Plain SILKS i? ?rown, Green, Purple.
Cuir, Bines and other colora, at B2 per yard.
JOS J. MAYA Co.
?ep SO It 308 P?. ?v. bet. 9th and 10th ats.
Dl THOMAS DOWLING, Auct.; Georgetown.
THE STOCK OF A TlRST CLA8S FAMILY
GROCERY AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY MORNING. 27th instant, at
10 o'clock, I will aell, at th? store of John (..
Bogue. 3b Market Space, Georgetown, D. C , hi?
entire stock of Groeerte?, embracing?
6bbls. Clarified and Crushed Sugars.
11 do Brown do
23 do Molasaea Syrup
21 do Pure Cider Vinegar.
6 do Clarified do
20 do Corti Oil,
68 do Old Whisky, Borne very choice.
Bottle? of assorted Whiskey,
li bbl.?. Brandy. Wine,Gin, Bum, Ac, Ac,
i? ?? eross Shanghai Matrhea,
- l?\es Mould Candle?.
12 l.bis. Hams ?nd Shoulders,
And mai:? otber ?rticleB usually found in ? ?ret
ela?? family grocery.
Store aad Fixtures for rent
Tern?? cash. THOS. DOWLING,
sep 30 _Auctioneer.
DY J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Auctioneers.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE VACANT
LOTS AT TBK CORNER OF F STBBBT NORTH
AND 12TH STREET WEBT.
Purauant to a decree of tke su prem?? Court of the
District of Columbia passed on the ?Ah day of Sep
tember, A. D. 1B?4, m a certale cause (No. lfj,
equity) wherein Lloyd W. William? in complainant
and Arthur Nelson and otber? are difendente, the
undersigned Truatee will, on WEDNESDAY, the
12tb day o? IXtober. A. D. 1S64. at ? ??Ci0?* ?.**>??
in front ot the premises, sell, at public auction,
the following described pieoeeof ground.aitnate In
the city of Washington and District of Columbia,
with the ?pp?rteaencee thereto belonging, viz :
The esst part of Lot 15. in square 29'.fronting
afte?n feet on F street north and running back with
th at width the depth of said let.
And the north part of Lot 17, in same square.
(290.) fronting twenty eight feetand six iachas on
lath street west and running back with that widui
the depth of the lot. ? , . .. . __ ?.
Taras of sale, as prescribed by tke decree, will
be: One third of the purcha?e money in eaeh, and
th? residue ia six ?ad twelve month? with interest
from the d?y of tal?, for which th? purchaa?*.r ?
note?, with ??proved aecurity. will be taken, witn
a;?Jt?unedllenoiJth?pramiMS. .. ._?
If tbe terna of aale be not complied with in five
day? thereaiter. Ue Trastee t*???*?**?? th? right to
resell tke property on which default shall be
mad?, at th? rlak and expense of th? defaulting
??"??a??r, o? or?? w?ek 'a publie notice. ?I
Cost of ?OBveyanees and ?tamps to be paid by
the purchaser. _ "r
. , .iOTP S- KBwNBOT Trastee.
joytO ???4? JAI. O. MeOTJIfaB A 00., Ae?*wJ.
STAMPING AMD EMBROIDERING done with
?^ neatas?ai*d dUpatea, ?nd ?tU? loweet prise?,
?t 431 Ks*eock*M0KtA arenas, near the Northern
LOST AND FOU?fD.
I 0_T-On Nnd ay. PB h inet., in th? 7th ward, a
? aBBU?U*tew?T *a\i|A*r-Ft?,withB quarts
rewarded by toa-lnf it*t 6S 1 7th ?t.. I?!aal, lt?
LO#T?Iwto**?*n**eW*\e?y ?venae and Paaa'a
aven?? a GOLD CHAIN, with t*o iuadaliaa?
attached. The finder will be liberally rewarded
by twftvivf them at 439 7th atreet north.
i__jTBA YBD OR STOLES', from th? ?ubaeriber. on
SMhe 17 h inst., a white and brown POINTER
PUP, nearly full gnrwn. A liberal reward will be
paid for hi? recovery if left at No. 3 Indianna
Aveane, opposite the City Hall. __
aep 20 6t? _W. P. BACON.
CAT OR MISLAID?On Priday last a P-OK
-_ AGE, of ?sverei lettera, addresa?* to 8. 8. t.,
Washington city, Eluder will pleaae aand to Bos
409 P.O. and oblige owner?especially letter par
totoing to land office basine??.
Sept. 19.181. _ It*
FOUND-On the 19th instant, a POCKET BOOK,
containing a email amount of money and pa
pers, vain? to the owner. Th? owner ii requested
to eome forward, prove property,pay hum and
take it away. ?'? COLUMBUS,
ee au it*"_511 L at., between 9th and loth.
FOUND? In front of my premia??, on tBe 17th
instant, a ?mall black POCKET BOOK. Any
body coming forward, proving property, paying
charges canhave the aame.
??P__**8t___IAM'L BROWN, No. 293 7th Kt.~*j
D~0<t L?8T?Sunday, 18th inet.. a mongrel PUP,
Bix montha old, brindle and white, ears nicely
croppsd. Had on a black ?trap about tbe ? ? -k.
Anyone returning him to II. F.TURNER, i.81
Pa. ay^willbe suitably rewarded. sep i9-2t*
LOW?On 8andav ?vening, a POCKB? and
MEMORANDUM BOOK. Any person having
the same will confer a favor by leaving thera at
the btar Office, or at Wo. 16 Ohio av. se l9-2t*
STRAYED OR STOLEN from in front ?G Barbour.
A hemme*, a large BAY MARE, with harne>?
on, little lame in front leg??, hind leg awolen. The
finder will be suitably rewarded bp leaving it at
HARBOUR A SOMMES'Grocery Store. Louisiana
avenue, bet. 6th and7th at?._aep 19-af?
"~08T?Friday PI i At, on D, between 3d and fith
J atreet, a Cha*?- GOLD BRACELET The
finder will please deliver it st Mra. Clitoh. Ne.
gflS Pennsylvania Avenue._sep 19-3t*
STOLEN OR STRAYED from tbe aubscrlber.
living at th? corner of 4th street west and G
street north, a medium ei*ed black COW. with a
large white star on her fare, dank and belly white,
tip bf tb? tail also white. Any peraon giving in
formation of ber whereabout? or fetch her to the
honse. shall be liberally rewarded._sep 17 3t"
OC REWARD?Stolen or strayed, one white
F?? buffalo COW, red and white about the head
and neck, and one red spot above the tail. Any
on.? delivering her to JOHN NEAGLB.on 3d st.,
between ? and Get*, or to JOHN KBEFK, on ?
st.. between 3d and 4>i ets., will receive the above
reward._ sep 17-at*
f ES BE WARD.?Was hired by an officer name 1
OafU ?. B. Anderson, 1st New York Artillery,
Battery G, a black HORSE, four white legs, white
face, glas* eyes, 15 hands, on Friday, September 2,
witb military saddle a?d bridle, fifty Dollars
reward will be given for the horse and conviction
of thief. R. CBUIT A SON,
*ep 17-3t* Geo rgeto wn, D. 0.
A FEW YOUNG MEN CAN BE ACCOM M0
?lated with Room* and Board. Also. Table
Board, 195 ? street, between 17th and ISth sts.
GBNTLEMEN AND THEIR WIVES or*insrl*
gentlemen can be accommodated with BOARD
and ROOMS. Also, a large parlor for rent hand
somely furnished. Apply on *2-t street, between
G and H. No. 370. _seplP2t?
FIRST CLASS BO ARAI, with Furnished Rooms,
also, Table, can be obtained at No. 35 2 fit h *'..,
between II and I._sep 17 7r*
PLEASANT COUNTRY BOARD can be bad
r.ear Bladensbnrg. Apply t> W. B. Brown,
Coal dealer, 2??S Pennsylvania Avenue, between
llth and 12th Btreet*._?ep 17-3t?
ROOMS WITH BOARD, and Table Board with
out Rooms, may be had at 134 Pennsylvania
avenue, bet. 19th and 20th._sep ??-lw*
QOQ FIRST STREET. BETWEEN A~A?D~B.
O.J'P CAPITOL HILL?Single g*ntlemen. o
?zenOemen and their wives, c*n now be accommo
dated with large, plea*aut ROOMS. Location
pleasant. Breakfast from 7 to 8. Binner at 6.
Reference.? exchanged ?ep 15? m*
FIR8T-CLA88 BOARD, with Furnished Roem*.
Alno Table Board can be obtained at No. 4 1 -">
E street, between 8th and 9th. Breakfast from 7
to 9 ; dinner from 3 to 5. seo 3-lm*
|\f RB. THORN HAS MOVED FROM 9TH TO
IVI E street, between 9th and loth atreet* north.
No. 414. Persons having business with her will
please call._sep ? S?"
NOTICE ?We hereby forewarn any Person from
renting or buying the PROPERTY, on the cor.
of tith and ? street. Island, Washington, City,
D.O. as it is under a law suit. As we are Interested.
ae.? 20 2t?_
THE WRITER, a young Naval Officer.<24 year*)
being almo.-t entirely unacquainted with the
fair sex, with whom he might pass off the man?
dull and monotonous hours of shipboard life. I
wonld desire to open a correspondence with one
you n g warm hearted girl,one willing to devote a
few hours in corresponding with and contributing
to tbe pleasure of one of Uncle Bam*? devoted ne
phews. For the inquisitive my personal descrip
tion 1* a? follower Heighth, d feet 9 inches; weight,
153 pound*: hair brown,eyes gray, complexion dark;
am fond of music, both mental and vocal, play and
aing myaelf, but would never set the world afire
with my efforts; am called good looking by widow*
and old maids. never remember beine; called so by
a young lady. Those considering this worthy of
notice will please address, in sincerity. HARRY
DE LA TO?B, U. 8. steamer "Fuchsia." Point
Lookout, Md. if
1V0TICK TO THE PURCHASERS OF
Ladies wishing to supply themselves in Fall and
will find the latest styles at
Those wishing heavy yard wide BLEACHED
COTTON, at 50 cents, will find it at
All wanting last year's FLANNELS and OA8SI
MEBES, with a small advance on last year'? prices
should call at
Those desiring the latest Parisian styles o_,
SHAWLS and CLOAKS. FRENCH CORSETS, at
$2.25; Thirty-Spring HOOP SKIRTS, at f 1.60; Two
Hundred Yard SPOOL COTTON, at 10 cents; NEE
DLES, 5 cents, and thousands of other articles in
proportion, will call without delay at the Cheap
JULIUS 8YCBL, 431 7th street,
?ep 17-3t ? bet. G and ? ata.
AQ?i CHOICE PALL STOCK. AQil
Justopened, a beautiful a?*?-tment of Gold. Em
broidered and medium priced Gilt papers.
Aleo, a varied and choice atock of Satin and
Blank Papere. Bordera, Statues. Centre Pieces, Ac.
Or?ers for Pap?-rbanginge or Window Shades
punctually executed in city or country.
Terms cash for goods and labor.
4Se ?VAL PICTURE FRAMES. 1 ?G
The richest, handsomest and most varied atock
of Gilt and Dark Wood Oval Picture Frames in
tbe District. These goods are warranted to be
gilded with gol?: leaf and of superior workman
Also, a beantiful assortment of Card V?site
Frames of foreign and domestic manufacture. All
goods warranted as represented.
486 WINDOW eUADBS. ?U?
Different colors and sires Window Shades in
atore. Ordere for any required style or eia? Sbade
mad? to order.
?(?? PICTURE CORD AND TA8SBL8. ???
Different aises and colors Picture Cord and Tas
sels, Binge, Nails. A c.
??? CARD VISITE FRAMES. ??O
French Gilt, 8wiaa Carved wood, and American
Composition Card Fram?_i in variety.
486 pictures. 48G
A few choi.-e Engravings ?nd Paintings for sale
at J. MARKKITER'i*, N." 4*6 Seventh ?treet.
?-'"P'eafie reraembe- tt. Number, 4*6. and the
term Cash for Qo?ds and Lahey. *?P 17-6wif*
DEAD! READ! RIAD I BEAD!
NEW PALL AND WINTER GOODS.-Just re
ceived a large assortment of Gent's Furniahing
Sl^/i?2nlPrli??? the latest styl??, st SMITH A
BEALL'S, No. 3617th street, between I aad ? at?.
call aad examine our
, WlTkfl tkafAvA ?neeKaainif
G????_j? a? cuna A ?
aad ? ato., Ko. 361.
The? ia want of BUH ? ? E88 8UIT8. srUl please
call aad examine sample gooda.ae we hav? a choice
?e4??tion of piece good.- ?n hand, at SMITH A
BE ALL *8,7th street, bet. I aad EL, No. 361.
CUSTOM GOODS MADB TO ORDRR.-Parsona
in want of Bualce-s or Blank Dress Suit?, will find
it giweUy to their advantage to call at SMITH A
BEALL'S. 7th atreet. bet. I and K, No. 361.
BOYS' SUITS.-W? hav? Jaat receive* oar large
fall aad win! or tack of B?y?' . lothing, whieh w?
*** ?^???-? *?&. J**** Prto??. Remember th?
nUr-.8Mrra A BBALL-o. 7?A tXroe*. bet. I aad
K, Ho. 361. mi If-lsa*
a O'CLOCK P. M.
* A?, The ?raft ia the First Wsrd.
?aie draft te All the deficiency in the first
?^?/-cU-trict (First Ward) was eommenced thia
BiarBing, at 11 o'clock, at the corner of ISth
and I streets. It was conducted a? upon yes
terday, the names being drawn from, the box
by Mr. Ostander Bedder, who waa securely
blindfolded,and the ??elect" were announced
try ?Use Commissioner, Mr F. W. Hlackford.
There was a large crowd in attendance, all
anxious to know their fate. As soon a? the
door was opened they made a rush for the
railing, all seeming desirous of getting as near
the ??wheel of fortune" as possible.
Before counting the tickets and placing tham
in tbe box, Mr. Blackford announced that the
original enrollment of the ward was 3,713.
Quota 474. Credits of the ward itself 38, and
credit by apportionment 108. Quota now re
? juired '238, to wbich wa? added the? 100 per
cent, to meet exemptions, making the number
of names to be drawn 476.
The quota required vesterday was 241, but
Messrs. W. J. Babcock, J. W. Aulick, and R.
W. Aulick, (sons of Commodore Aulick, of the
Navy,) furnished substitutes yesterday.
The first prize was drawn to-day by Willliam
Rapley, 142 G street, and alter him were an
nounced in succession :
Chas Banman, 260H Ht. bet ISth and 19th; Hay
wood Barnard, 3o'15th at: Pat'k Tobin. 2d house
from old bridge; Thea Toner, Get, bet 24th and
2t>th; Chas W Townley. 174 E st, bet 2 'th and 21 -t
Wm Bittenhouflo, cor 17th and ? eta; Jno Sweeney.
mess house, G and 21st st?: A J Keech, Wilson's
carpenter shop, l'.'th st and N Y av; Henry M
Kause. 100 20th st, bet G and II; Andrew Ahem,
2-ii and F et corrai mess house; Pat Randolph, 22d
st, near K; Jacob MeWilliam?, cor 17th and ? sts;
Obadiah Himmel, 175 G ?*? Dr Ricker. cor 2-?th and
I sts; Bush Reed, 20th et, bet M and N; Jas Stubbs,
19th st, near Provost Marshal'? office; R Graham,
22d st; Mark Curran, M st, bet 19th and 2nth; J O
W Kennon, SD? 15t? et; Daniel Sullivan. G s*. bet
24tb and 25th; Thos Nelson, 15th nt, nearO; John
McMullen, 195 I st; Wm C Dsvis, Gales Hotel;
Wood, 175 G et; LB Gr?er, ? st, bet 23d and 24th;
C has Gable, 18th st, bet ? Y ave and E; Wm Green.
31 Pa ave, bet 24th and 25tb; Richard Graham, 166
23d st. Bennaf Kiahlinde, cor 2lat and F; Cha
Andersen, 19th st Park: Columba? Kibble, 191 ?
Et; Edward H Kilgore.191 G at; Cornelius Collins,
18that and N Y ave.(Brown's Shop;)Henry Pentz,
cor 19stand N Y ave;-Pearson, (War Depart
ment) cor 21at and H st; Wm Adams,259 2?th st;
Wm Benjamin, 33 ? st,(Contraband House;) Thos
KildolT cor G and 26th et; Jno Batons, IS?; I st;
Henry Daweey, 20th at, bet ? and L Mo??? Damp
sey,264 17th at; Timothy Oallahav,271 Dat; Robert
? Jame?; Wm II White, corner 18th and ? streets;
John Burns, 16th at bet Land M; George W Wood
22") H et; Joseph ? Kenfleld. cor l?th and M ets;
Cornelius McCarthy, G st bet 20th and 21st at?; J
C Stewart, Loan Bureau, Treaeury Department;
Domin Smith. 324 M st; George Parker, II st b-t
21st and 22d; Thomas McCarvley, 26th and I sts;
Charles Mclntyre. cor 18th aud M ate; Moses Webb,
F st bet 2lst and 22d sts; M Gallagher, 195 I et; Jas
Mackeybyknr; JaaHayser, cor 17th and ? sts: J
Mills, 18th and N Y av. Carpenter Shop: Jas Malo
ney.M st bet 19th and 20th ets; Chas Kiteben, 23d
at bet E and F; G Seder. 20th and 21st; Mess House;
Tbos CU11,17tb et stable?; Wm Kline. Mess House.
GeoLewie. c?.r 17th and O ets; Lewis Ratty, 2>ih st,
bet M and N; Frank Rowns. square ?No 1 from
Rock Creek: Jas H 11 -. tellina, G bet21it ani 22d sta:
Wm E wen, 17 th et stable?; Mr Rotkery cor irta and
Mats; Wm Rowssr 25th st, bet Faavhnd K; Thorn
ton Robinson, neat Pens? av and New Hampshire
I Mr. Thos. C. Burns, the blind man here ar
rived, and he was entrusted with the drawn
Ing of the names although Mr. Bedder did it
Thos Burke, 21st at, bet Band F ; Nathan Budd,
corner l7th and ? ?te; Jame? Thomas, 17th et, bet
? and L; Jame? Lee. 2ist et, bet E and N Y av;
Lewi? Beaver. 20tL st, south of Avenue; Jame?
('?mtt. cor 26th and I st?: Lewis Hill, 119 F et;
Whitman C Bester, Rigg's Hank: G F Burroughs.
G st, between '?4th and ?-"?th; Chas filler, M ?t.bet
15th and 16th; John Wonnlay, L st, bet 17th and
18th; Wm Williams, K et, bet 17th nnd 18tb; Cyras
Wood. H st, bet 19th and 20th; Jobu E Allen, cor
2-?th and F sts; Geo Nelson, 18th st, bet D aud E;
John Nenan, 22d st.bet F and G; Alexander Ash
ley, 369 2?>thst; Frank ?nderten,cur 17th and ? et?;
John Lemhe. 148 21et et? Jas W McGill, F et; Mar
tin Connor. I et, bet 2?ih andllet; Andw Freeman
165 K et; Wm Lewis, cor 17th and C sts; William J
Thorn,cor 2 th and F ets; Ben? Snell. General Hoe
?ital Corral; Ohae E tjuincey. 161G et; Patrick J
orcoran, I st. bet 24th and 25th:-Robert?, col
ored, 165 L et; Percey Gatehell. 20th st, bet G and
?; JosLaDgley. 193G fit; Thoe Rose, cor 18th and
M st, Lewis Gibson, Vaav, bet 2ld and 23d sta;
RobtP Queen, 337 21st at; John Collins. 3U I st;
Thomas Morgan, cor 21st and G streets; William
Brooke, 22?1 street aad Pennsylvania avenue;
Laweon Bate?. D et. bet 18th and 19th, at Louisa
Davis'; Robert V 8umner. Riley'seorral; Cor Sal
ii van, 21st st. bet G and H; Jno Hiekey, 26th st,
bet E and F; Morris Collins, gas house; -
MfCartv. 195 23d et; Jno Martin, cor L and 15th Rt;
Philip C"ben, G etreet. between 24th and 25th
street ; John White. 273 Vermont avenue ;
G A Smith. Gales' hotel; Geo W Mitchell. H st,
bet 18th and 19th; Bdwd H House, 57 Pa av; La
fayette Binshsn, cor 15th at and ? Y av; Lloyd G
Shipley, cor 17th and ? ets; Wm Johnson, E and
22d sta; John Smith. Geo hospital corral; Frank
Williame, 157 ? st; Jno Clark, cor ? and 18th eta;
D Moore. 272 Vtav; John Murphy, 24th st.bet M
?ok ? ; Wm A Freeman. 2M st. bet ? and L: Fre<l
St.-ward. cor 26th and I sts; Krs Keenan. ? st, op
^?site market; J Crathy, 188? Yav C Hushes. 75
st; Rolit Johnson. 426 2?rth st; John Riley, 226 I.
et; Geo Hartig, 12? Pa av; John II Harper. 160 23d
st near I; Theodore Dicksfin. G st.bet 24th and
15th; John Wlieelan, cor 2Jnt ami F sts; John De
Lacy.Rlley's corral; Chas W Sewell. cor 19th and
M sts; Henry Duchs. cor 18th and M ets; F Defoe
sel. 367 19th st: Saml Warner, cor 18th and ? sts;
John Hartic.Gst, bet21th and 25th; LindonParke,
??or 18th and M sts: Jas H Ooinan, bet 23d and 24th
sts; Bernyrd Lowe. 23d st.bet II and I; B8 Pike,
isth et. bet F ?nd G; Patk Ward, 346 lHth sirc-t-t;
John Fought. Mess Hone? ?Alfred ? Mullet, Con
struction Burea?; Dennis Ki-neale, I Rt. bet 24th
and 25th; Ja? Spark; Wm Pratt, F st, bet21st and
22d; Geo Kilbus, lio 2?th et; Mathias Beiter, G at
Mees House; Wm Gray, G et, bet 24th and 25th ;
John Fsnnan, Gas Company: Oliver Fisher, 330
16th et; Chas Stewart. 20th st.bet L and M; John
Fuller. 41 F at; Jacob Thomas, cor G and 21st sts;
Patrick Ford, works for Gas Co; Basil Steven?, 114
F et; Chas H Liver, 129 ?? ??; John Henry, 36 ?
etreet; John ? Stokes, oorner 17th and ? street?;
M Nunan, McClellan StabK-e; Patr'k McLaughlin,
26th et, bet I and G; Frank <; nines. 121 2->tb et; ?
Smith. ? st Corral; W ?.? pp.-lbu.ch. Winders Build
ing; Daniel Cal la?an, cerZlat an? G st; H Paul.
G th at. bet K and L et?; A M Caldwell. cor 13th and
M sts; Palestine Donnet.2<?th et; Edward Devlin,
22d st, bet U and I; AugBllerbrook, nth n?-ar K ;
Michael Dugan.26th st, bet I and K; John Lvons.
13th and M at; Patrick K. -nan, ?-th et, bet E and
F ets; Jbhn Lahmer, 153 Paav; Jeremiah Hayes,
17th st near D; Christ Misdelide, 19th and ? Y av;
? Pearson, 273 Vtav; Pat'k Oosgrough.GssHouee;
Henry Maher, 2"tb st. bet M and N; Adolphas
Burcb?*U.2!0 C st; Solomon G Brown, rearo? 185
F st: John Connor. Gas House: John McParland,
cor E and 2ftth sts; Jell Purley, E st, bet ISth and
l?th; Cha? Brady, or 15th and I ets; Lloyd Ila.mil
ton. cor 17th and K et?; Chas Merrill. 238 16th et;
David Laird. 23d st bet H and I; John Lockatt.
2<ithst.bet M and N; Edwd Elliott, cor canal and
I) st: lien) Williams, s.-rvant at Ciipt Giles'; Chas
Johnson, cor 2.1b and ? st?; Morris Biahop, Ri
ley's cerral; Wm Wilson, carpenter, Mass av, bet
17th and 18th streets; William Chase, M street.
between 15th and 16th; John Banrenough, 155 I et,
Cl.aeHinenherger. ci.r 18th and M sts; Geo Wash
ington, G et wharf; Thos Croi??, 331 15th st, bet L
and M; Peter Lee, mess house; Jno Levy, 335 15th
et; MaxSuter. F et. bet 23d and 24th; Jno Baker,
19tb st and ? Y av; ? ? Rogers, cor 17th and K st;
Frank Doyle. 23d st,, bet L and M; Theo F Hardi
man. eor 17th and D et, Timothy Dougherty, I at,
bet 24th and 25th: Isaac Wondsor 245 2-th at;
Henry Williams, cor 21st and G sts; Thos Wright,
313 ??*? th st; Jno McGuire, gas house; Thos McMa
hon. ?-or 21s*. and G sta; Geo Richter, Gov Bakery;
Jno Russell, Corcoran building; Mr Clark, Treas
ury Department, 21st snd ? at; Jno Miller, B et,
near 2ftb; Jno Ketterer, Lee <fc Daniel'? shop;
Jni Sweeney, G street, near gas house; Henry
Mack. F street, between 23d and 24th, meee house;
Geo Waters, 35 K st. Contraband House, Martin
M Pott?, Commissary Department; Daniel Gra
ham, G et, bet 24th and 25th; Albert Lee, 23d et,
bet M and ? ; Wm Ike-. 222 20tb et; W Wilson, cor
19th st and N Y av; John Connors, cor 26th and M
sts; Hetry Ceazer, Government Bakery; Lewie
Kueser, cor G and 22d sts; Terrene? Drury, 39!?,
cor l?th and K sts; Wm Gill, 23d st; Jno L Mover,
rear of 196 L st; J Winter, cor l7th and K et?; ???
ry Stokely, laborer. Third Auditor'? Office; Thos
Beck, l? rt. bet23d and 24th; SolSteever, 332 21st st;
Geo W Baldwin. ? Rt. bet 18th and 19th; Ja? Bler
ner. 254 2<iih ?t; John Orphod. 16th st;bet ? and Q;
Edw Hines. 2Sd st, bet G and H; Geo Lavis 13t?
and M sts; Jas Jackeon. *23 17th et; J W McGill, 21
Auditora office; Jehn Higley. 186 Pa av; J Rich
ardeon. 238 lgth st; lami C Wroe, Wroe's stable;
Patk Murray 24th st, nesr Pa av; Thoe Green, 1?*3
25tb et; Jno W Lewle, 26*2 20?h et;C Jenkins, cerner
18th and M ?te; Aoguet A Smith. 273 Vt ay; H Mon
teath, 17t? st stable?,* Cornelln ?l-verde, 2?th et.
be'.K and Pa av; Tho? Lil?ey, Gil??' Hotel; Thos
Miller, corner 2oth and L st?; H'-nry Johnson, rear
?G???, lete et; Chas Wallach, 15? Paav; Jno Wea
ver. Sftth st Govt Bakery; Ja? ? Henry. I8th st,
bet L and M; Cbaa Anderson. 19th at Park; James
Logan, 377 Uth at; Jeremiah Cooper, eor 21st aud F
et?, Michl Hoey,22d and G Rts; Wm8mith,334 M st;
Martin BUenburger, E at,bet 17th and ISth; Thoe
Gaasaway. K st. bet 17th and 18th; Ecoie Gorene;
D E Terry; 8 Johnston,20th ?t, bet F and G: Jacob
Hanacar. pBt.,b?t2lRtandttd; W ? Bmith, :??.? 1
st; Jno Bradley, L st; b? t I8tk and 19th; M MeDer
mott. ('?? Hous?; Martin Ford M at, bet nth and
2? th; ? ? -nna. 571 17th st; Cha? Bioks. 20. Mass av;
Joba Smith, No l.G st wharf; S A Fitch, Core?-?
ran's Building; Gabriel Cokely. 214 H at; Wm H
Williams. 381 19th s?; Griffin W Jones, 129 G et;
Wm D Wilson, eor 17th and I st. Mesa House;
Bichard Sinclair, cor 19th and Conn av?; John
Cooler, ?or I8th and M sts; Patrick Byan, cor 24th
and G et; A McKiuney, cor 17th and I ets; Charles
8wift,5lPa ?re; hobt Coleman, 253 17th st; O F
Green, G st. near 2f?th ; John Walker, cor 15th and
L Rt?; Patrick Camblin, G at. bet 24th and
Stith; Henry Markell, cor 22d and G streets;
H Anderson. Treasury Department. - Pereer
fmith. 19thst, (soldier;) Jerrett Wallace. Generai
Hospital corral; Jno Swan,am let; Jacob Peter
man. Galee'Hotel; Beo D MaClelland, Ordnance
Bureau; Jos Nichter, 17th st south; Jas Averr, 171
Pa av; H. J. Oneesebro, cor H ?nd 18th st; Frank
Riley, re?r 24? let; Geo H Abbott, 12H ? st; Andw
3 Sbeare ni a?, eor 21st aad F et: AU Smith. Bst,
bst21at and 22d; Bownun Rothway. 241 h et, near
Paav; Geo Burgher corner 171 h and ? streets;
Daniel Eing, 3? 20ti street; Mr. Collina, r-7 Pann
avi vani* avenae; John ? euer, 178 ? atreet:
Ed war?! Cha?aban, alle* bet 24th and 2bth and ?
and I ?ta; Peter King bet L and M ano 2 :n and t3d
Bts; Wan Brown, Met st, bet L and M; Thos Blon
di?. **3 BOU at; John Andersoe Bitey'e Cor-*al
Me?? Hooee; Jahn Orowley. Ooy t Raker?, Tho?
Mino , ?? F ?t. between list and 2id: Wm Orvig,
V7 I ?t;Ob?a8Bor1?r,t4? **h st; ?eier ? inox.
G ?ndtUtsU.MeaeBoe??; ia?n??Ka?e. oor I7ta
?ad ? ? ?v. Ms?? Baase; Wat Bigg?. 171 Paav;
Abart Dew. IM Pa av; John G Nicolav. White
Houae; J Gatewood, cor lBth and M at?; Henry 8
Thompson, ?at at, bet I and G; Valentine Hof.
nw.???? bftttotnnd Od; Caeiar Hau. ?S M et.
Richard Monaiy. HI ?Get; Michael ?-hehea. Drai
ney'e Me?? Bona?; Fran'?8trother. ??? M g._ John
O'Neal Ji-ff<-reo? House? William Paraon?, I st. bet
Hat and ?.d elf; _* D8*brell, cor '8ts and N Y av;
Charl??* Parras!. ?d arid I ata; Michael Burn*, ietti
st ?tablas; James Parker?. N?ll*e Row.rear of2 tb
and M ?t*; Wm Brown, alley bet ?th and ?ta *t*;
C R Ridg!?y, ? at Mes* Houae; John Murray, 17th
?t M? -* Houae; 8 ? Bennet, cor S3d and ? sta: Jno
A William? in Corral bet Dand E ate; Wm Welah.
Goveri-ment horseman; Reuben Stahl, cor 21*.
and O sta; Mather Balihar, corner 22d and ? st?;
William Knhler, bet 19tb and ?th and Land M sts;
Jack Downing, ?tb, near K; Jas. Kelley.2lat.bat.
G and H ; Geo. Washington. 33 ? street. Contra
band Bou?? ; Henry Alley, bet. 25 and 2dth atreet,
and I and ? ; Chas. Crump. 215 2?i street ; Phillip
E Degir?3*,2MI ; Beni. Helini, JTo 2ist ?treet; ?t
B. Bowell.cor. ISth and M; J. McDenitt, cor. 1Mb
and M . Geo. Wolfer, 344 I st : J. D. Harris, 312 I ;
D. Kane, Me*? Houae, 190 N. Y. Avenue ; Freeman
M. Black,28 Pensylvania Avenue ; Jess Campbell,
20tb between ? and O ; ?. ? Dougherty, cor. sSth
and ? street ; Jas. F. DawHon. cor. 17th and Penn
sylvania Av.. Williams .Eli. Ferguson, 14th and I
street ; Jno. McGinn!*, I bet. jnth and 21*: street
J ? Oarn-y. l?th st and ? Y av; ? McGuire. cor
26th and I et*; Geo W Herrill, cor M and anth st;
Jno King. 91 22d st; Terranee McLunar, general
hospital, corral; Geo E Lowery. 128 ? et; Ja* Ire;
land, engineer stable?-; Barai Simpson, generai
hospital, corral;-William*, 169 L at: Levi Pen
ningtan. 322 18th st; Jno Simes, 22s I st; Jno W
Snap, east side 26th ?t, bet E and F; Jas Rawlin*,
G *t wharf; Albert M Nnves. Pa av. bet 19th aad
fHh st: -Edmonds, 2R1 16th at; Jos Faulkner
cor 2lst aud G at; Jno Donovan, corner 16th and
L etreets; Wm. Warfleld, 247 20th street;
John Rainig. 131 ? st, bet 21st and 22d ; Jno Font.
Galea' House; Jaa Brown. 23d st. bet L and M; -
Schoffer, 22d st, bet ? and O: Henry Charltan. M
at, bet 15th and 16th; F ? Medler, ? ? M office: Geo
Miller, cor ISth and M st*; J W Majer. 1**> N Y av;
I'at'k Henry, 63 Pa av; John Turner, 139 L st: Robt
McMillan.c*r 18th and G st-: Edward Flaherty.
General Hespital Corral; John Hay, President'*
Hi.u se; Henry Ludecke, G st. bet 24th and 23th;
Harrison Green, 35 ? st; Patrick Murphy, 2".th st;
J D Williams, cor 17th and I st*; Wm A Ault. do;
John Mahoney, I st, bet 23d nnd 24th; Thos Rone,
li?.*?I at, WmCarter.N?) 2,25.1 17th st; Patk Fitz,
ehr 21st and G Bti: Edwd Kendall. 17th st stable?;
? A Flynn. 2d Anditor's Office; Chas R Haslcr. cor
Hand 19th sts; Peter Hellrick, opposite market;
Arthur Tapley, Provost Marshal s Office; John
8hort, K st, near carral; J ? Jackson, 19th st, bet
? and L; John Murphy. 22d st. bet L and M; Wm R
Shsrlrirh. cor 14th and E sts; Chas Younir. near
market; Elias Marsh, clerk, Corcoran'* Building;
Jas B Durand,Treasury Department; Jno ? Msrk
ley. 21st and Fats; F E Merrill, 52 Pa av: Fredk
Kaooebacher, M st, bet 18 and 19th; H Nichols;
Adam Caness, 20th at, bet ? and 8; Solomon M
Shaffer, cor F and -.'1st ?te; Saml Williams, 0 at. bet
21st and 22d; Jac.b Henlein I st, bet 21st and 4M;
Chas Altmanaberger,32 ? at; A D Warthington.
Finance office; W l'ynch. 22d at, bet G and II: Adm
Voglfaberger. 244G st, bet 17th and 18th; Dennis
O'connor, G?e Houae: E Bush, Rilev's Corral; Wm
Buttle. Col Wieewell's office; W L Phillips, M st,
bet ?fth and 26th; Geo B Lensency, 421 15th st:
Owen Clark, 23d st. near 8;Geo Blankford. I et, 1
Pijuare from Circle; Saml Blackwell, bet 19th and
2? tl and L and M; Dnl M artin, G. bet 19th and 20th;
Geo Simms, 165 I st : John W Nichols. lrJ7 20th *?.,
Wm H Scott, M st, bet 17th and Hth ; Bu-11 Belum,
M st; Mr Richards, 273 Vt av ; J Dough?? rt y Ri le y 'a
Mess honse; Wm A Phillips.eor ? and 2?>th sts;
Wm Thomas. Rile t's Corral; J W Woody, 19th st
and ? Y av; Wm Nugent, 111 25th st; Albert Payne,
General Hospital Corral ; Andrew McKenna, Tieas
ury Department; Chas D Holt, Jackson's Hill, 20th
st: M Keyser. Wilson's Carpenter shop,19th st aad
? Y av; Jaa Manhenney, Ambulance Park; Ohae II
II Brown.38119thet;DThonias, 18th st.bst DandB;
Cbs ? Thompson. 86 Pa av; Jo* T. Cook, 254 ? at;
Anderson W Lane, bet 23d and 24th and I and ? st;
J Boder. 23d st. bet G and H; Solomon Simmes,
l?th st. bet E and F; Ja? S'raw. G st mess hous?>;
Jno Middleton, L at. bet 17th and lStb; R W Gal
braith, cor 17th and ? st; Thos Leithhead, c.ir list
and G et; Alonzo Trill, cor 17th and ? *t; Jno
< ? rim<-s, messenger; Bavid F. McCarty, 171 Pa av.
This closes the draft for the First ward and
the announcement that it was over was re
ceived with cheers by those who had escaped.
The notices will be served to-day, and the
Hoard of Enrollment will at once proceed to
receive substitutes; examine claims for exemp
tion, or accept the conscript. Among the elect
to-day were John Q-. Nicolay, Esq. and Major
John Hay, the President's Private Secretary.
The announcement of their names elicited
freat applause and cheering. Wm. Rapley,
'.eq.. Alderman of the First ward, is also in
for it, as is Mr. Whitman Bestor, private "sec
retary of Mr. George W. Riggs. Frank B.
Medler at present Superintendent at Arling
ton, but formerly a Captain in tbe Ira Harris
(?. Y.) cavalry has been elected to fight again.
Terrenes Drury, son of Justice Drury, drew a
prize. George Washington (2) Patrick Henry
and Jack Downing are called upon to tight.
Seventh Wabd Exemption Association.?
Ad adjourned meeting of this association was
held at Island Hall last evening, C. S. Noyes,
Esq.. in the chair, and W. J. M urtagli, Esq ,
The Chair stated the first business in order to
be reports from tbe collectors which had been
appointed at the previous meeting.
They were then called in the order of their
appointment, and together paid into the hands
oftbe treasurer tbe sum of ??5,079.19.
On motion, R. H. Graham, Esq., was relieved
from duty as collector, and B. S- Donelson was
appointed to fill the vacancy. Dr. G. P. Fen
wick was also appointed in the place of Geo.
On motion, Capt. J. R. McConnell was added
to the committee.
On motion, the ward exemption club were
requested to meet at the hall at 7 o'clock this
(Tuesday) evening, one hour previous to the
general meeting of the citizens.
Justice Boswell moved that tbe Association
pledge itself to raise whatever amout might be
necessary to fill the quota of the ward, and
that no man drafted should leave the ward;
which was carried with enthusiasm.
Mr. R. F. Bartle suggested that a large sum
of money might be collected at the Arsenal If
arrangements conld be made so that their sub
scriptions, payable the first of the month, could
Mr. Jas. King stated that he had made large
collections at the Arsenal, which would be
paid on pay day, for which he and Mr. Dud
ley wo aid be personally responsible, and Mr.
Semmes wonld advance the money.
At this point a delegation of colored men en
tered the roem, beaded by Mr. John F. N. Wil
kinson, and presented to tbe association the
sum of $401-92, the result of a meeting of the
colored people at the Wesley Zion Church. He
stated that the notice of the meeting had been
so short that the number present was not ao
large as desired. With sufficient time they
could collect #?.???? instead of sin?1 Meetings
would be held every evening until the draft
A communication was received from Colin
Crusor, stating that ?125 of the S400 had been
collected by the colored committee.
A complimentary vote to the colored people
appreciatory of their efforts in raising this
handsome amount was unanimously passed.
On motion the following gentlemen were ad
ded to the collection committee:?B. F. Barker,
Alexander Skinner, George Z. Collison, J. G.
Dudley, W. A. Hughes, J. Yanskiver, James
I.a fontaine, John Webster, Levi Joues, H. S.
Litchfleld, C? R. L. Crown, R. Magee, Jno. T.
Springman, John Strainer, John Amery, W.
H. West, Jonas B.Ellis, Otho Boswell, G. R.
Thompson, George Wright, William Wise,
Captain Gedaey, Justice Boswell, T. Hunt.
Mr. Semmes suggested that In view ot the fact
that the association had pledged itself to fill the
qnota ot the ward It wonld be well for those
present toc?me forward and state what amount
they would pledge themselves to give, provi
ded It was filled, the money not to be used un
less needed for that purpose.
Tbe speaker beaded the list with S50<>, and In
a very.few moments, the sum of $2,170 was
The collections for the evening were then
stated by the secretary as follows :?From col
lectors, t5.097.19; collection from colored peo
pie, ?101?2; new subscription??, S5S3.11; guar
anty lnnd, $2 170; total, ffb 231.22.
After transacting some further detail busi
ness in relation to tbe collectors the meeting
adjourned- It is not neceasary to say anything
of tbe spirit that characterized the meeting.
The result speaks for itself.
ThTAVAL GUNNERY CATECHISM, adapted to
1~ the latest Official Regulation??, and approved
by the Bureau ol Ordnance, Navy Department. By
J D. Rrandt $1.51.
Dablgren's Roat Guns.
Rormann on Shrapnell Shell.
Sir Howard Douglas' Naval Gunnery. London.
itarr tt ? Naval Gunnerv Instructiona.
?: Luce's Naval Light Artillery. Afloat and Ashore.
Simpson's Ordnance and Naval Gunnery.
Ward's Ordnance and Naval Gunnery.
Pennent'a Story of the Guna. London.
l?ynall Thomas on Rifled Ordnance.
Rilled Field Piecea
Col. Anderson on the Manufacture of Gunpow
STEAMER BALTIMORE HA8 ARRIVED Con
aigneea will please attend t j the __-?*_*****>* ?
reception of their gooda at once
This Steamer aaila.for New York.
Tbureday. Sept. fa?1,in?t. at 9 a. rn_
?ep 2-2t* MORQANtA RH1NEHART. Agta
O Y S' AN D YOUTHS'
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
We Invite parent? to aa inspection o our large
BOYS' SHIRTS. UNDKR8HIRT8. DRAWERS. Ac
which we are selling as low as gooda of tics ?_ueii
ty can b? had for ia the North?? aiti??
WALL STEPHENS A CO .
3-2-2 Pennsylvania avenue,
aep.4-ln.if [Intel.. _______**_J___3t
OMMEROIAL COLLEGE ttb aad 1 stre-t*.
opposite Poet Office. Hoars ef attendano??Por
boya, from 9 a. m to .1 p m. ; ladles, 4 te ? ? ?. ;
gentl?B>?n.7te r?? ss._sep IS?*
ALADT having a thorn??h education In Banste.
VMhea to Uh* a few PU PILE tar JmtUatMmn.
Tsrm? moderato. Th???? ?Vjiiroea ol ?strain?????!
at 4H? it th ?*-re?t, between 0 etrss? ^?*?__,?*??
vani? a ve au ?. ??? ****
5 O'CLOCK P. ?L,
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. ?^
Jay Oooke A Ce. furnish the following quo
tations of Government aecurities :
W ASBINOTOB, Sept. 20, 1-*M.
U. S. ?'? Coupon 1^1.107X ltX??'
U.S. 5-20'e.?0 m H lw
7 3-10 Treasury Notes.110 111
One Year Certificates. f4 94 W
Certificate Checks. jgx
New Yobk?Fibst Boabd.
Go1dn2-?'?? l07^: 5"2?e'm*"',JerUacate?? M a"?*
LATE IKini UP RIVER.
Tbe Rebela under Johnaoa and Md'aaalaad
Attack Averill nt Mnrtiaabarg?He Fnll*
Back to Haineaville, near Palling Wn.
terr ? Obtaining Reinfarreuaen??, h?
Drives Them Back to Bunker Hill nnd
We learn from partie? who arrived here lis
night from Hageretown, that on Sunday the
rebels, nnder McCausland and Johnson, ad
vanced form Bunker Hill and attacked Avarili
Averill, after a spirited resistance, fell back
to Hainesyile, a short distance from Falling
Waters, on the Virginia side of the river, where
he took np a position.
Dujing Sunday night Averill received rein
forcements, and at 4 o'clock yesterday morning
advanced against the rebels and drove tn-m
back to Bunker Hill, and re-occupied Martina
The lose in these engagements was not defi
nitely known, but is supposed to be light.
On Sunday a body of dismounted cavalry
was dispatched irom the camp at Hagerstowa
to Williamsport- when? they are now guarding
the fords of tbe river.
The cannonading canned by the affair was
distinctly heard at Hageretown, and caused
considerable anxiety as to the result
Passengers who came down Irom Hag?r -
town to Frederick yesterday state that when
passing through Mtddletown Valley, at eleven
o'clock a. m., continuons cannonading could
be heard in the direction of Berry ville, from
the point where Sheridan was engaged with
The stage passed quite a number of panick
farmers in the -alley, wbo were running of
their horse? for fear that the rebels might suc
ceed in getting across the river. Tbe subse
quent news that Sheridan had beaten Early
badly, driving him through Winchester, reas
sured tbe farmers, who took the back track
homeward with their cattle.
FHOM THB FRONT.
The United States mail steamer Charlo tte
Vanderbilt, Capt. Oolmay, arrived here this
morning at to o'clock from City Point with the
army mails and passengers.
She reports that an engagement is anticipa
ted, as (heavy skirmishing and picket firing
was still going on in the vicinity of the Wel
don Road yesterday morning at 10 o'clock.
Tbe rebels continue to throw an occasional
shell at our working parties on our new rail
road, but with little or no effect.
Sunday night the movement s of the rebela
in the vicinity of Sycamore church Indicated
that tbey were making preparations tor anoth
er raid in our rear for the purpose, it was sup
posed, of getting to City Point if possible. Ru
mors were afloat at City Point Sunday night
that tbe rebele were withia ? miles of that
place, but no person could be found wbo saw
Our troops were called out and held in read
iness, but up to ten o'clock yesterday morning
no rebels had made their apperrance.
The man killed on the downward trip of the
Vanderbilt was John M. Reed. His body was
conveyed to City Point, where it was iaterred.
The man that committed the deed was placed
under guard there, and will be tried by court
The steamer Keyport, Capt. E. S. Tolbert,
while coming out ot the channel at Fortress
Monroe yesterday, ran against an anchor left
there by the wreckers, and stove In her bottom.
She filled rapidly, and It was found necessary
to run her on the flats, where she sunk in
twelve feet water a few moments after tbe ac
cident. All on board were saved, and wreck
ers have been sent for to raise her.
A SALUTE IN HONOR OF GEN. SHERIDAN'S
By direction of the Secretary of War, to-day
at 12 o'clock a sainte of one hnndrad guns was
fired from Franklin Square by battery A, let
U. S. regular artillery, la honor of the glorious
victory achieved by Gen. Sheridan over the
rebel Gen. Early.
?EP'Shlllington, Odeon Building, with usual
promptness, sends us an early copy of Har -
per's Magazine for October, and Frank Les
lie's Lady's Magazine, same month.
Also, from Hudson Taylor, 334 Peansylvania
avenue, we have a copy of Harper for Octo"
New Yobk, Sept. 20.?The steamer City ot
London has arrived from Liverpool. Her
news is anticipated.
Boston, Sept. 20.?The sloop of war Brook
lyn has arrived here to repair.
Sew York Stock Market?First Board.
[By the People's Line?Office 511 Ninth street.]
New Yobk, Sep. 20.?O. S. lt?rjl, coupon ?'?,
107*. U. S. 5.20 s, H?*,'; Certificates of IndebU
?dnee?, 04?; Gold, BBBJ_; N. Y. Central, G?.
Erie, ? i5 , . Hudson River, 117?-,: Harlem,?:
Beading, 130 V: Michigan Central, 133 ?. Michi
gan Southern, SI7.; lllinola Central. I?*
Cleveland and Pittsburg, ill >.; Cleveland aad
Toledo, It*. Chicago and Hock Island, 10? %;
Milwaukle and Prairie du Chien, 4?, Pitts
burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago, lOSj.; Alton
and Tena Haute, 5?; Chicago and North
western, 52; Oulckallver. -'?*.
Q?Q SEVENTH STREET. f\f]<)
high RED LOUNGES high
awkis-.. and awnibg.
GILT FRAME MIRRORS.
Jnst received per achooner Empire twenty differ
which we are offering at very low figure
Our stock of
GILT FRAME MIRRORS
will be found extensive, and in prie? will compare
with that of any bous? in the Uaji-d States.
Purchasers, remember we are ?elltag our entire
FURNITURE AND HOUSEKEEPING GO?Da
generally is per cent, lees than any house in th?
city. If you are in vantif good articles at low
prices don't forget us. Call and examine onr
stock. B y bo doing you incur no obligation to
We etili allow ten per cent, on all bills of ?5T and
upwards. ? BON TZ,
Successor to Bouts A Griffith.
sep 2-tf_369 8ev?nth Street.
COLORED INITIAL STAMPING
ON NOTE PAPER AND ENVELOP!?.
At D1MPSEY A O'TOOLE'S.
aep 17-eo2t Penn'a av.. bet. 9th and 10th at?.
ASSE Y COLLINS A CO.'8
DRAUGHT ALE AND PORTER.
I ass now reeei ving large quantities of D R AUGH ?
ALE and PORTER from this eelebratad brewery,
wbich I am prepared to furniah on short notte? t?
all person? who favor me with their order?.
Orders given to my drivers will be promptly at
Gooda delivered in all part? ef Washington aa?
Georgetown, free of charge.
RILEY A. 8HINN. Agent.
Untos Bolilla?; Depot, 5T Green ?treat
p8-tf_qserftowa. D. O.
JLTafE I LIME ?
U8T ARRIVED aad f?r sal', UBS barrala beat
Rockiaud wood burnt LIMB. Alao. a carg?
LATB8 J? *? SULLIVAN.
tep 19-tt? aor. ?th aad Cap*! atrseta.
?pOOOA MATTIRG AT PRIVATE 8ALB.-W?
V/ hav? ta?t reeai-ed tf 9_**tMjtMJ-**j?*
ageB.r WD Boils of l^. aaisauart-r -'0000*
MATTING, of ?*?*?*f?. ?sality. To wbieh a*
in vit? th? atteattoa ef bny?r?. W. L. WALL A
Co Anotioaenit and Oonmtaaion MarebaaU,
South ?er. 9th atreet sad Pennsylvania Avena?,
l mi! LATHS! LlafU
fr r ?a*- on board Sehooner Gertrn?*? Hot ton .bow
lying at Gainaad'a wharf, foot of 4th ?treet ***.
?,?? Barrel? of freeh Rockland Lim? aad ?j??
plw??latb?_i _sept if i?_
BULL? TO LBT.- Will be let t - Oawe at say ataWe
tu>*. ??*? ?tr?*t. between ? ?od I. Na ?? Isaf.
r. t boren ?h tend BU ti?, of ?ne ?tf?-. *^?-?
*-h b? fsr?? entering th? yard, aad Inn? tat w?b
tlM- ?. r.y be rete??ed ?or r t<*?*'? *f .--o?
?ep ?? it* rt?iBparHtLi?~~p"
G ?id. Iaani?-a*HOJ?IfcLaW tafd-ae^nhaf
JathUic Church, near laiUssd Park, te? W-lw*