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THB EVENING STAR
W. D. WALL VI H. Editer BBd Proprietor.
WASHINGTON CITY :
TIESDAY...?EFTFMBER 13t 1?64.
?W READING MATTER ON EVERY FAOl.
B? OUTSIDE FOB INTERESTING TELE
GRAPHIC AND OTHER MATTES. _
THE MAIKf ELECTION.
Sweat. Democrat, Badly Beaten?Union
Majority probably 20.000.
The following telegram was received at
m idnigbt lust night from Portland :
Htm W. II. Seward :
Lynch, Union, elected representative to
Congres? (last year represented by Sweat, de
mocrat) fiy large majority?probably 1,500. Ia
seventy towns Republican gain i>57. Probable
administration majority in State, 20,000.
Obo. J.abbott.
Costly Exfbrimsnt.?It is said that John
C. Fremont is minus 5250,000 by the expenses
of his little experiment in rnnning as a Presi
dentini candidate. One item *f this ?urn is the
money sunk in rnnning hie paper, the New
Nation.
PKESONAt?The following Washingtonians
are registered at New York hotel? :?H. Wil
lard, ?. ?- Oorman, W. Halliday and J. M.
Carlisle at the Astor; G. Yon Grabow, at the
Clarendon; L'apt. Shillinglaw, at the Everett;
L. Openheimer, W. H. Bennett, at the St. Nich
olas; A. S. Brady, at the St. Denis; Dr. C. A.
Niche Is, at Union Place.
Park Benjamin, Esq., is lying dtngerouslv
ill at bis residence in New York city, with
?light hope? of recovering.
ST* Third Assistant Postmaster (renerai
Zevely has arrived in New York, and is making
arrangements to put Into operation the rail way
poet office system on the through line between
New York and Washington. The arrange
ments may possibly be completed this week.
Two of the railway post office car? are now in
Jersey City._
S7*A new military commission, with Col.
Q, H. Pierson, 5th Mass., as president, has been
organized ia Baltimore. The first case to be
tried is that of Rich'd Thompson for trading,
trafficking and holding Intercourse with the
enemy. The old commission, of which Col.
Haaley is president, is stUl engaged witb the
trial of Chas. Gooding.
Fubthbr PROX Mobgah's Dbkbat.? The
following additional dispatch relative to the
deleat of Morgan, hae been received by Gov.
Johnson, of Tennessee:
Bull's Oat, Sept. 6? To Gov. Johnson .?AH
Morgan's papers fell into my hands and show
his forces to bave exceeded 1,MK). His dead
exceeds 75. His command fled in great con
fusion after bis death. I pursued them S miles,
but the chivalry use the spurs wi'h more vigor
then the sabre. 1 will forward all his papers.
Alvan C. Gili.em.
Valla:? DioiiAM's Opikiok. ? Vallando
ham, immediately alter reading McClell&n's
letter, telegraphed to a political friend here,
a All hope is lost," aad withdrew his nam*
from the canvass.
The War in the Democratic lamp.
The New "York News, in yesterday's issue,
reiterates its determination t? oppose McClel
lan, and devotee several articles to the denun
ciation of his letter of acceptance. The News
says:
The platform i? the subject placed at issue in
a Democratic nomination, rather than the men.
To pretend that the nominee is such in hie own
person even though he should repudiate every
principle he has been selected to represent, is
an outrage upon common sense. To reject the
platform is therefore a practical rejection ot
the nomination. If tbe repudiation of it all
make the candidate cease to be the standard
bearer of the party, how can he be supposed to
continue such tfter he has repudiated even a
part? The State-rights doctrine that demands
every true and faithful Democrat to raise his
voice against a war for the subjugation of sov
ereign Sta'es, is recognized, practically, in the
enunciation of principles laid down by the
Chicago Convention; bat is on the other "hand
direcly repudiated in General McClellan'e
avowal of his determination, if elected, to com
pel the sovereignties of the South to submit to
hi? will by force of arms
The man nominated to represent its prin
ciples is therefore no longer the nominee
ot the Chicago Convention. Standing, as he
does, before the conntry, to all intente and pur
poses an independent candidate, he has there
lore no claim on the support of the Democracy
as auch.
General McClellan's voice is for war. Prin
ciple, feelitg, censistency, every suggestion of
patriotism, statesmanship and self respect for
bids us therefore from giving him our support.
Four years more of such bloodshed aad de
struction Be mea aad gods never before wit
nessed, having been made an issue of bis elec
tion, we feel bound to resist it with the must
eaergetic opposition. * * ? *
Such things may do for men-worshippers,
but not for a great party whose principles are
as eternal as tbe seated hills, for they are
founded on the trae and only bise on which a
republic can stand, and in repudiating tbe
platform on which be was nominateli, the
candidate for President proposed at Chicago
baa forfeited all right? offered him by that nom
ination, and party fealty demands that the Con
vention r?assemble and that a candidate for
the Democratic party be nominated who will,
when elected, carry it? principles and Its meas
ure? into effect.
Failing to do this, the chosen guardians prov
ing faithless to theirtrust, the people will take
the matter in band and call a convention of
their own. As long as Gen. McClellan was the
candidate of tbe party, it? members were
pledged to bis support. He cannot repudiate
the principle without at the same time repudi
ating the nomination, and this he has done;
and, in supporting a war of subjugation, he
occupies tbe same ground with John C. Fre
mont and Abraham Lincoln. ? ? *J
Wben Gen. McClellan was nominated, not
withstanding his acting as the tool of the Ad
ministration in making, if not in initiating ar
bitary arrests, our support of the nominee was
strong and decided, when he repudiated the
platform of his party, upon which he was nom
inated, we repudiated him. In this we have
carried out our pledge of principle long since
givea to the public. * ? 9 *
Mr. Linrolu is for war, so is Gen. McClel
lan. Mr. Lincoln makes it a war ofsubjuga
tioa, so does Gen. McClellan. Mr. Lincoln
stands npon tbe platform of hi- party, so does
not Gen. McClellan. vv hat is there then, for
men wbo believe, as do the great mass of the
Democracy, that the only way to save the
country is to be found in the Peace Platform,
to choose between the candidates' Wnen two
evils are thus presented; to prefer to stand
aside and choose neither.
The News also publishes a number of com?
manicatiOBS approving its course. One corres
pondent say?: ?? Five hundred thousand Peace
Men will not vote the Democratic ticket.
The ?'Courier de? Etats Unie," following the
Dally ??News," repudiates McClellan. It re
view? hie letter and come? to the conclusion
? 'ha? be has alienated with one fell stroke all
those Democrats wbo believe that the continua
tion of tbe war will bring greater disasters on
the United State?, than any heretofore experi
enced." The editor then continues :
"The peace party were willing to make con
cessions in older to maintain the harmony in
in? Democratic ranks, but they must not be
asked to sacrifice their belief. Gen. McClellan
bas gore witb bag and baggage into the camp
of the War Democrats, tbat bastard party
which prom?tes to this land all the evils of
tbe Republican Administration, without hav
ing it? logica_
Fiwancial.?The New York Post of Tues
day evening ?ays:
The sensation rumors that Mr. Fessenden has
decided to place anoher Governmeot loan on
the market immediately are without founda
tion. We are authorized to say that at present
eo_n'w ,onn Win b? offered,
.v ..C1"10'01 *old i?H thi? morning lower
than It baa been since the 25th of June, five
day? after the gold bill waa ?igaed by the Pre?.
dent. *
Gold opened at 22e and sold dowo to HSV,
afterwards reaching to 217? and closing at
?!7Ji. Exchange is dull at io9 for specie.
Th? loan market is active at 7 per cent. Tbe
sppreheBSioB of difficulty in meeting the pay
meet? on account of the new loan, and the
scarcity ol greenback? in consequence of the
draiB to tbe W?t ??t the moving of the crops,
are the principal canses to which tb? activity
is ascribed. It 1? alio rumored that a new
Government loan will be almoat immediately
pat oa the market. This false ramor has basa
Industriously circulated by tbe bears.
The Commercial Advertiser say?:
The stock market opened with a very unset
tled feeling, induced partially by the siroug
downward tendency of the gold market, and
partially by the temporary stringency of money
oopnected with the first payment?? on acoonnt
of the new lean. The >? bears'' seized the op
portority for throwing large amount? of stock
upon the market in excess of what the " bolls"
were prepared to carry, and the re*olt was a
decline of S*3% npoa railroads.
Government? hardly hold the improvement
of Saturday.
There Is bo direct authority aa yet for the
report that the Secretar? of the Treasury has
determined to accept subscriptions to the Ten
forty bonds one-half in Certificate? of Indebt
edness and one-half in greenbacks.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
Flew V?rk Stock Market?First Board.
[By ino People'? Line?Offloe 611 Nlntn street,.]
Naw Tobb, Sep. 13.?U. S. 198L oobdob ?'?,
1U7?,; ?- S. 5.70s, HO?,; Certificate? of Indebu
edneee, ?4*; Gold, ?3; N. Y. ?Centr%L \-2S%,
Ene, 1*9%; HadaoB River, 114 li; Harlem,??
Readiag, 127%?. Michigan Central, 133 Michi
gan Southern, 78Jf; Illinois Central, l?**?;
Cleveland and Pittsburg, in?'?, Cleveland and
Toledo, Uty; Chi ago aad Rock Island, 105 li;
Milwaukle and Prairie dn Chten, ??, Pitts
burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago, loe*' ; ait?n and
Tena Haate, 51; Chicago and Northwestern,
i9\; Quicksilver, 7?,<,.
MAIKE STATE ELECTION.
A Glorioas Union Triumph?The Onber?
naurial and all the t ?agressienal Can
didates Elected.
Augusta. Mb., Sept. 12, 1*04.
Hon. Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War:
The loyal Union party has carried Maine by
? ? Tery large majority, re-electing Gov. Cony,
i carrying every Congressional district, and
; electing four-fifth.?! of both branches ot the Le
gislature. J. G. Hi.mnk,
Chairman U. S. C.
[SBCOHD DISPATCH.]
Pobtlasd, Mb, Sept. 12?Today the regu
j lar electioB took place for Governor, Repre
? sen tat i ves in Congress, members ot the State
1 Legislature, etc.
The returns so far received show that Sam'l
Cony (LTnion,) for Governor, received 2,371
I votes;Howard, (Democrat,) 1,760. Cony'sgain
' is 2P5. Seven towns give Cony 3,992; Howard,
1.950. Last year Bradbury received 3.26s
j cony's gain, 376.
[THIRD DISrATCH.]
PORTtAND, Sept. 12, 9 p. m.?Thirty-nine
? towns give Cony 14,748; Howard, 9,159. The
, same towns last year, Cony, 15,096; Bradbury,
i 10,231. Saco gives Cony 676; Howard, 3!>l. Ban
gor. Cony, 1,668; Howard, 751; last year, Cony,
1,731; Bradbury, 862.
[FOURTH DISPATCH.]
Portlahd, Sept. 12.?Thirteen towns heard
from give Cony 2,788 majority. His net gain is
390. The returns come in very ?lowly to-night,
owing to a very severe storm.
[PIFTH DISPATCH.]
Portlabd, Sept. 12, 10 p. m.?Fifty-one
towns give Cony 7,177 majority this year,
against 6,493 last year, showing a net gain of
684. Angusta gives Cony 414 majority in six
wards.
FROM TUE SOUTHWEST.
LoriBViLLB, Sept. 12.?The upward train
from Bardstown this morning was captured
by guerrillas under Magrnder, who destroyed
the locomotive, burned a car, and robbed the
passengers. The Journal says the following
despatches have been received at Gen. Ros
seau's headquarters in Nashville :
Mt RFBEBsnop.o, Sept. 8.?Maj. B. A. Polk, A.
A. G.: Col. Thomas Jordao, 9th Pennsylvania
! cavalry, with 230 men, attacked and routed tbe
! rebel Dibnell's brigade, near Ready ville, yes
j terday, killing and wounding many, and cap
turing 130 prisoners. Our loss one killed, five
- wounded and four missing. To-day the rail
road is torn up at Bed Bucker, damage tridui g.
' The bridge over Stewart's Creek, the only one
injured by Wheeler, is rebuilt.
H. P. Vab Clbvb, Brig. Gen.
MrrtFRBEPBOKO, Sept. 10.?Maj. B. H. Polk,
A. A. G., Nashville ? The road is in good order
1 from here to Chattanooga. Trains left this
morning with mails for the army at Atlanta.
' The rebels are retreating by way of McMinn
vllle. H. P. Va? Clbvb. Brig. Gen.
A Pnlaskl despatch, September 9th, says
Gen. Rosseau has concentrated all the torce of
? Steadman and Granger wi h his own. Sher
\ man has re-established communication via
i Nashville and Chattanooga railroad. Repairs
! on the Tennessee and Alabama railroad will
? be completed on Monday. Wheeler, in the ag
gregate, has destroyed only eix miles of the
track. Two hundred and forty car Piade of
subsietence were received in Atlanta on Friday
; last._
From Cairo.
j Cai bo, Sept. 12?A fire broke out at 2 o'clock
this morning, the total loss from which will
probably reach $2M>,GO0; insurance is about
; *4ii,i*ju.
The steamer John J. Roe, bound for New Or
leans with a battalion of the 2d Missouri cav
! airy, sunk in thirty leet of water above New
! Madrid. No lives were lost. All the horses
? on board were drowned.
Sheridan.
Baltimore, Sept. 12.?The American's spe
cial, from Harper's Ferry, to-day, says there
has been no change in the military situation
since the last dispatch.
Working parties commenced work on the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad this morning, and
it 1? expected that the road will be working
through by Friday.
?COLUMBIA TYPOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY
_ A Meeting ?f this Society ?ill be held ???3
iTu??il.ivi EVENING, to make arrangements for
the funeral of our late telluw member, GJBOH.tr ?
COCI1 KAN, Eeq., from his late reaideace, south
aide of ? atreet north, between 2d and 3d ate. w?at,
to morrow, at M o'clock a vs.
It_J.C. PROCTOR. R. S.
ry-5=?ATTSNTION, PLUMBERS AND GAB
'?_5 FITTERi*.?A special meeting oftheabove
aaeociation will be bell on WEDNBSDAY BVKN
1NG, at 1% o'clock. over Wait's Drug 8tore, cor
ner 7th and Louisiana avenue. Punctual atten
dance ia requested of every member.
By order of tbe Preaident.
aep 13 2t*_LEWIS ECKEL8, Ree. Bec,
fY*"5=?GERMAN RKI.IEr ASSOCIATION FOR
Us_3 8I0K AND WOUND1D SOLDI ERS.-The
quarterly meeting of the Aaeociation will be hell
on WEDNESDAY, the 14th inst.,at 8 o'clock p. m ,
at the German Hall. 11 th atreet, between ? an 1 G
ata. Members and frienda of tbe Aaeociation are
cordially invited to attend. K. C JHBN,
?ep 13 2t*_Corresponding Secretary.
irS,B McCLELLAN CLUB OF THE FIRST
J_-i WARD?A meeting of tbe club will be hell
on-ach evening of thia w- a. at their headquar
ter?, the Reynold's House, corner Penna avenus
and 18th ?t., at7>i o'clock p. m. A punctual atten
dane? of the member* ia requested. An invitation
ia exten'led to all Consm-ntive men who desire to
become number*. JOHN T. 0. CLARK, Prea't.
?eg 13 4r_THO.S. Q. LECKKON.Sec'y.
ry-3=>?ECOND WARD McCLBLLAN CL?B.
Lk_*5 All citizene of the Second Ward who are
tt vi rub:- to the election of George B. McClellan
as President and George H, Pendletan a? Yice
President of the United States, are respectfully
invited to attend an adjourned meeting of the
Second Ward McClellan Clnb, to be held at the
German Hall, west aide ?if Uth street weat.between
F and G etreets north, WEDNESDAY EVENIftG,
14th Inst.. at ? o'clock. By order.
aep 13 it*_W. J. MILLER, S?cretary.
FIRST WARD IN THE FIELD.
_G?? adjourned meeting of all persons liable to
ti ? drart. in the First Ward, will be held on WED
NESDAY EVENING, September 14. at 7S o'clock.
- ? '.he Meaa House, corner -?-t and V street?, when
the committee appointed at oar last meeting will
report.
It ia expected that all who are interested will be
j.resent as we are confident of relieving the ward
if the citizens will come out promptly and make
the effort. By order.
It? _JOHN PRITCHARD, Prea't.
THIRD WARD, ATTENTION !
_ je citisen? of th? Third Ward are requeated to
meet on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the n?h inst ,
at 7>? o'clock, at Temperance Hall, for the pur
pose of ieviaicg meana by which the Ward may be
relieved of the impending draft.
THOMAS LEWIS.
THUS. ASTEPt?ENS,
N. D. LARNBR.
**pl3-2t_JAS. SKIKNING.
'TO ?H ? ? ij'B L'I G.
t hereaa w?, th? Journeymen Shoemakers of the
city of Washington,deem it no more toan lust and
proper that we ahon:d make this atatement or sa
POHtion in crder that tftey may know who are the
friend and fo??f the workingman; and when the
community and public at large are dealing with
their fellow citisene, (their eyes being opened to a
fact,) they will appreciate between the worthy and
unworthy. And not knowing our liability to law,
w? refrain from pub iabitjg the names ?f thoae
who done* give the wages to their men. No doubt
but they tell their customers that they pay the
highest prices forgetting their work dona, conse
quently made in the beat manner and by the beat
of workmen. But let common cense judge ofthat :
Therefore be it
Rtsolied, That we publish the name? of the first
rate employers wb? nave acceded to the demanda
of their men; be made public, (and they only.) in
order that merit may meet its reward, and which
are as followe r
John Mills, Pennsylvania avenne, between 1st
and 2d ate. . . _? ?.
Mr. Wbeat'y, bet. 31 and i'_- ata.. Pa av.
Mr. Richard?, un 1er Brown's Hotel, Pa. av.
Mr. Crews,7th atreet, between G and U.
George Wheatly, Capitol Hill.
By order of the ?ociety. _.?_ - .
sep 13-3t*_F. CAM!, Beeretary.
rv-SF? JOURNEYMAN STONI CUTT?R8.-A
L 5*? Regular Meeting of the Association will be
nVTdon TUESDAY EVENING. September IS, at
the Shepherd Hall, 7th atreet and La. avenue, at
7? o dock. JAS. GUILD, President.
Basavo. Ellis, See._sep n-at?
fV-^?FOURTH WARD McCLELLAN OL?B.
IL *? There will be an adjourned meeting of tbe
Club ob TUE8D A Y, the 13th i net.. at 8 o 'clock p.
to., at Parke.'a Building, Pa. av.. between ritti and
7th uta. All favoring tbe election of Gen. McClel
lan are invited to attend.
F A. KL0PFB3. President.
SAM'L 8. BRBRBT0N,8?e. sepH-tt*
KF
TUKCe&IINO DRAFT,
SECOND WARD AROUSED.
Anailournedmeetinge'theeltixenaoftheWard,
will beheld ob T?B8DAY EVENING, at7*i o'clk,
at German Hall, Uth attest, near F ?treet. for the
purpoee of eevisuigmaana to fill the War? Quota.
Lverv man liable to d? aft and all good eititen* of
?Ee<W*y1*re#jpen ^??, f?Sl.r?.but? liberally to
the fund. J.Bl ??KLLB1RR ereald?nt
JA8 W. PPAULDING.8ec?*U*: ?eo??-tt?
rv~S=?THB HEXT EBOULAR MESTINO OF
held on TCISDAY ?IXT, the Uth i a ?tant at t
o'clock p. m. '
?epiott ?-T. MORdKLL. Secretary.
LOST AND FOUND.
<S> ? ? REWARD.-Strsvsd or stolen, from th.
f J tf a"bacrib.r. on th. 10th inat., a red aad
white COW. I will psy the a?ove reward if eh. is
retarne?! to ta? residence, corner of 8th and C
Bt.r.t^VTYW<1 _PAT? ATEllfB,
??? FIN UP BSTRAV, on ITth street, noar Na?r
York avenue, a light bav U0R-*R, with mili
Mr aaddlejand res blanket. It ia now at Engineer
stable, on corner of '7th street and N?-w York av.
The owner ran get it by proving propertr and ? iy
ing for this advertisement._sep ?J at*
? C~BBWARD~---8tolen er strayed, on the <?th
f? inat.,a?1ark brown MILCH 00W. with a
large white e?ot on her forehead, and a white spot
on each aide of her bead; also a ?rhite spot between
her fore lega. The abov? reward will be paid by
returning her to HBNBRY McARD-.B,
It* No^4fv> Maryland avenue.
F r RBWARD? Lo<?t. en the 12th instant, between
f?) the Baltimore Depot and the Navy Yard.
BOX BACON,mar?ed Jones & Co The above re
ward will be paid to any person giving informi
tion to G H. GADDI8 4 BRO? Navy Yard, or to
J0NB8 A CO., corner of D and 8th street? west,
where tke same can bs found._It*
f s A BaTWaakD.? LOST' LOST.'? Between
f?? the Capitol and Eastern Branch, a morocco
POCKET-BOOK, coatatning a key of safe, some
memoranda valuable only to the owner and a
small amount of currency. For return of same to
thie office, the above reward will be given.
aep 10 eo.1t_
OP RKWARD?Strayed away on the l?t i net, a
mO red and white COW, about ten years old;
have eight or ten red spots on her left Ride; twelve
or fourteen red spots on her right; two holes mid
way her horn?; her head and neck htve much the
appearance of a steer: was seen at 14th and Boani
rr st?. Will give the above rewarl for her re
covery. JOHN G. STAFFORD.
?ep 10 St*_369 4>? ?t., near ? at.. Island.
RKWARD.?Strayed or stolen from the
market, between 7th and 9th streets, Penn
sylvania avenue, on the 8th inat.,a brown roan
MARE, amali size, probably between 14 and 15
hand? high, thick set. lark busby tail snd mane,
a 'arge wnite spot in forehead, about 9 year? old,
not gated, trot ? briskly; bad en harness and halter.
Any one will receive the above reward ou the
delivery of the mare and harness to
TH03. B. B1NS0N,
Firat Tollgate on Baltimore Pike,
sep 1> 3t*_Washington, D. 0.
TRE8PA88B8-NOTICB -Several COWS and
one HORSB. branded "condemned."have been
found trespassing upon the ground? of the George
town College. The owners are requested to prove
property, pay charge?, aud take them awtxy; aad
notice Is hereby given that all persons hereafter
committing any trespass by willfully bre.tking
down or injuring the fences belonging to the
land? of the College, or by entering any of their
enclosed lands with their cows, horses, or other
animals, will be prosecuted to the utmost extent
of the law. By order of the President. aul7-eolm
BOABDING.
FUBNI8HBD ROOMS FOR RBNT-With or
without Board, in a private family. Inquire
at 448 D street, near 3d street._ sop 13?St"'
BOARD?A few young gentlemen can be accom
modated with BOARD and LOBGINGS. at No.
4*6 nth at. Terms as reasonable as can be af
forded ._sepl.3-3t*
C^OOD BOARDING WITH PLEA8ANT ROOMS
? can be had at reasonable rate? at No. 95 Wash
ington street, Georgetown. Also, several rooms
to let._sep 13-St?
THREE OR FOUR GBNTLBMEN can be ac
commodated with pleasant ROOMS and
BOARD convenient to the Departments at ?30 a
i;.?.nth. Tabls hoarders fa) a ???/t? Alno, a
handsomely furnished PARLOR. saRsenle for two
or three officer?, at No. 300 21st?treet, corner
ofG._Bep 13-3t*
BOARDING?The atteniV-kin of those who wish
spacione and airy ROO.WS, well furnished, upon
moderate terms, is especially requested. The ad
vertiser wishes to give her inmate? a pleasant
horse, and will earnestly endeavor to provide for
their comfort by every means within ber power.
A good library in the house. An excellent tibie
iekept. and transient boarders taken. Apply at
39G?, 18th st., between Fand G s'a, aep 13 2t*
BOABD AND HAND80MBLY ?URNISIIKD
ROOMS, for families or single persons. House
pleasantly located, with spacious grounds; S. W.
corner 21nt and H sta._sep 12 3t*
A FEW TABLE BOARDERS WANTED AT
No.SOO E street. Also, anicely PORNI?HED
BOOM, to gentleman and wife, with board. Meals
to soit business._sepH-lw*
FIRST CLASS BOARD. with FtirnUhT-.l Rr7o"nT7.
also. Table, can be obtained at No. 3?V? 6th st.,
between II and I._sep9-7t*
fp?R8T^GLA88 BOARD, with Furnished Roemfl.
Also Table Board can be obtained at No. 415
E street, between 8th and 9th. Breakfast from 7
to 9 ; dinner from 3 to 5 sep 3-lm*
PERSONAL.
IF EMMA TRIPLETT (colored) will call at No.
398 21st street, near I, she will confer a favor.
It?_|_
IF Mrs. HARROLD 18 IN WASHINGTON BHE
will c?.me forward and get ber prop??rty, at 336
Massachusetts avenue, a? I am going to decline
housekeeping. sep 13-2t*
NOTICE.?All persons are forbid trusting any
person on my account without a written order
from myaelf or my wife, Bbnribtta ? 1'bppkk.
?ep7-lw_JOHN P. PEPPER.
STEAMER XMPIRB HAS ARRIVED. Con
signees will please attend to the
reception of their good? at once.
The steamer .-ails for New York1
Wednesday, the 14th Instant, at 9 a. m, Has good
accommodations f?r carrying horse?.
?ep 12 2t_MORGAN A RHINEHART.
????????TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
II The partnership heretofore existing between
Dr? M. V. ?. Bogan and 8. W. Bogan, will be di?
solved on Monday, the 19th day of September. All
person? indebted to the firm will please settle
their accounts with Dr. M. V. B. Bogan.
M. V. ?. BOGAN,
sepl2-lw* S. W.BOOAN.
?
LACK SILKS,
We invite attention to our large stock ot
BLACK BILKS,
which we are selling for le?? than we can replace
them.
We bave aleo a full stock of
HEAVY PLAIN SILKB
in brown, green, blue, purple and other color?,
which we are Belling cheap.
JOS J MAY ft CO.,
sep 12-2t Igg Pa. av.. bet. 9th and 10th st?.
TOS. J. MAY ft CO..
Whoi.kuai.b .?.??? Rbtail Dbalkrs. IK
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS.
We oiler to the Trade at New York prices, a large
stock of?
Hamilton, Pacific and Mancheater Fall De Laines,
Meniniack, Pacil.c, gpragu??, and other make? of
Fall Piints,
7 8, 3 4 and 4-4 Bleached Shirtings,
4-4, 6-4,6-4,10-4 Bleached Sheetings,
Brown Bbjrtings and Sheetings,
Brown and Bleached Canton Flannel?,
All wool Twilled and Plain Flannel-, in * hit^. rod,
blue and gray
3. 3. MAY ft CO.,
308 Penn avenue,
sep 12-2t_between 9th and 1th sta.
STATIONERY AND BNG BAVIN?.
?'MONOGRAMS'' in colore, on Note Paper and
Envelopes.
SEALS, STAMPS, Ac , Ac.
At DBMP8BY ft O'TOOLBS,
sep 10-eo2t Pa. avenue, bet. 9th and li)th sts.
SUBSTITUTES WANTED FOR ?. S. NAVY FOR
ONB YBAR.
Wanted Immediately ?O Able-bodied 8EAMBN,
FIREMEN. AND COAL PAS8ER8.
A? Firemen?Bounty caah down one year-?SKD
Pay " ** -?178
Total,_,_.~...?573
As Seamen? Bounty cash down one year?>.. .8900
Pay " ." .??68
Total.\VA
I w.nt these men at once. Colored Men will be
taken if they are Seamen or Firemen.
G. H. CA8SIDY. 44H 8th street.
sep9 lw* [RepftChron] bst. Pa. av., and Cat
ITMTED STATB8 8BRVICK MAGAZINE,Sep
J tember, i8?'?4.
COBTRBTS.-The Militia; Tbe Invalids: Maior
General W. T. Sherman; The Naval Hospital Es
tablishment; Brigadier General Alexander Hay?;
Love and Loyalty: To my Wife at Parting, (poetry)
Literary Intelligence; Editora Special Department;
Official Intelligence.
sep 10_FRANCK TAYLOR
PROPOSALS will be received at th. Mayor's
office until 11 o'clock M. on MONDAY, th. 19th
inet. next, f r grading F street north frim ?th to
14th street west, or euch portion thereof aa the
Mayor may direct.
No part of the appropriation will be paid until
tbe work ia approved by the Commissioners.
Bidder? will atare tb. price p- r cubic yard.
The rutting and filling will be paid for but once;
that which measure? moat.
?IAS. W. BPALDING.
Commis* ?Ber 2d Ward.
JOHN T. G ARNB'l.
Commlaainner3d Ward.
.?.?. ,w * . WH. DOUGLAS. _
aeplQ-7t [Intel,* Oommlwiloner 4th Ward.
IMPORTED HAVANA 8EGARS-J 0 BACHER.
f<o.tf.U> Pennsylvania avenue beg? to recom
mend te bla fr?en?? and consumer? hi? well assort
ed stock of Imported Havana segare, ?aaVeMd by
himself tn his recent vUit in New York?sassy lw*
ORGANS AND MBL0DB0N8 -Ws have this
?Jay rpcejved five of Mason ft Hamtin'sOAB
INET ORGANS, of different sises. Also, a n?w
assortment of Prince A Co.?sand Smith's MELO
???ONB. W.G M1TZ1BOTT.
sep?_cor. 11th street and Pa. avenue,
SUBSTITUTE* WANTED TO GO IN THB
MAR'NB CHRP?.-Tbia is th? most select
branch of tbe Doited States nervio.. All M,rinea
have so eqval ch.nce fer prise money, aad three
sui*sof clothes a year, which I. not d*dset.d from
their pav. Five hundred dollar? pa'd do*? to go
ss Substitutes for enrolled men in the District of
Columbia _ Gl-O. H. CA8SIDY,
Authorised Recruiting Agent, 446 Bth st.,
sep'J lw* EcpftCbronl bet. Pg.srSBd D at.
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
GOVERNMENT SECURITIES.
Jay Cooks <fc Co. furnish the followiag quo
tations of Oovernment securities :
Wasbibgtob, Sept. 13, 1864.
Buying. SeUing
TJ. 8. fi's Coupon 1881.107 KB
U. S. 5-2<?'?.109?4 110*;
73-10 Treasury Notes.Ill 112
One Year Certificate?. *1\ 9\\
Certificate Checks.95
Naw Yobk?Fibst Hoard.
Coupons, 107 & ; 5-20'?, lin ? : CerUficates, '..',;
Gold, ???._
FROM TUB FRONT.
Tbe mail steamer Daniel Webster, Captain
Charles Leering, from City Point, arrived here
this morning at a quarter past nine o'clock, an
bonr behind her usual time, having been de
layed by the rough weather on the bay. She
brought up the army mails and about 40 dis
charged soldiers. Tbe Websterbrings no news
but reports all quiet up to 10 o'clock yesterday
morning, with tbe exception of an occasional
artillery duel, since the engagement of Friday
night last.
In that fight we captured 90 prisoners, and
billed a considerable number of the enemy.
Our own loss was only 15 killed, wounded aud
missing, including three officers. We still
hold tbe skirmish line captured from them ou
Friday night, and the enemy has shown no
disposition to make another contest for it.
Fight rebel deserters from Hill's corps came
up on the Webster. The recent order of General
Grant, offering protection to desert rs from the
rebel army, end promising to furnish them
with employment out of the reach of tbe Con
federate authorities, has had a desirable effect,
and squads of them come in daily. The rebel
officers experience great difficulty in keeping
their men upon picket posts, for they generally
embrace this opportunity to desert.
_ AN IMPORTANT ORDER.
General orders No. 254, issued from the Ad
jutant General's office, War Department, under
date of September 12, direct that deserters from
the United States troops arriving in Washing
ton, who report themselves as belonging to any
particular regiment, and are sent to it, shall be
permanently assigned to the regiments of
which they thus report themselves members.
Deserters now in the prisons of the District, or
who may hereafter arrive, whose regiments
are unknown, shall be sent immediately to the
front, with instructions to the commanding
generals of the army to employ them at work
upou the trenches.
FOR TRIAL BY COURT-MARTIAL.
Timothy Hurley, James Dowling, Henry A.
Soon, Henry Mullen, Martin Gibson, Floran
fine Bormany, and George Rock, all of the 15th
New York Engineers, were to-day sent to Brig.
Gen. Patrick, Provost Marshal General of the
Army of the Potomac, to be tried by court
martial for desertion.
RETIRED FROM ACTIVE 8ERVIC?.
Gen. George D. Ramsay, Chief of the Ord
nance Bureau, has been, by direction of Presi
dent Lincoln, retired from active service, and
his name placed npon the retired list of officers,
according to the r.inb to which he belongs, to
date from September 12, 1861.
CU1EI' OF ??? ORDNANCK BUREAU.
Major Alexander B. Dyer, of the regular
army, yesterday entered upon his duties as
Chief of the Ordnance Bureau, in place of
Gen. Ramsay, who has been retired from ac
tive service and placed upou the retired list of
officers.
Pkbsonal.- Secretary Seward returned to
this city yesterday evening, in the six o'clock
train, from a visit to his home at Auburn, New
York.
Assistant Secretary of State Fred. Seward,
and Mr. Webster, Chief Clerk of tbe State De
partment, are both absent from the city, on a
visit to New York.
Tub Coitbbhbad Bolt.?-a dispatch from
New York says :
Yet another Democratic journal has struck
the McClellan flag. I refer to the Courrier des
Etats Unis, the recognized organ of the French
population here. The Courrier is a paper of
large influence, and its disaffection will tell
severely against the "Yeung Napoleon..4' The
list of the seceding journals in this city now
stands thus: 1. Daily News: 2. Metropolitan
Record: 3. Freeman's Journal; 1. Courrier de?
Etats Unis.
Great anxiety is manifested by the General's
friends to know what course the Chicago Times
(the most powerful of the copperhead organs
ont West) intends to pursue. It is apprehended
that it, too, will switch off with tbe "Peace"
Democracy. The publication of McClellan's
letter of acceptance, in its issue of Friday last,
without a solitary word of commendation, is
looked upon as ominous.
There are strange rumors afloat about Tam
many Hall concerning the position of Mr. Feu
illeton. It 1? said that be, too, is threatening to
bolt the nomination 1b fact, if not in lorm; that
is to say, he is preparing a letter pinmply en
dorsing the platform, and accepting it, pure
and simple, as the only acceptable exposition
of tbe principles and policy of tbe Democratic
party.
Meanwhile tbe two Woods (Ben. and Fer
nando) are as bnsy as bees, engineering a pub
lic meeting to back up the position assumed by
the Daily News, throwing McClellan over
board, and placing in the field some other can
didate more coogenial to their tastes. So yon
will see there is music in the air.
Pbizb Fight at Wbbhawkbw?.VeCabe and
Keefe the Contestants?Keefe the Victor by a Foul
Blow ?At daylight this morning a fight came
oil on the Weehawken Heights on the exact
spot made memorable by the contest between
King and Wood some years ago, between two
voung aspirant? for pugilistic honors, named
McOabe and Keefe.
Both of the pugilists hail from the 18th Ward,
and are known in that locality for their prow
ess in Tarions impromptu fights, but had never
before stripped in tbe fistic ring. The contest
was for ?"--'io aside, and the belligerents were
well matched in regard to weight and size.
Quite an assemblage of sports gathered around
tbe ring this morning, and quite a sum of mon
ey changed bands ob the result Owing to the
threatened interference of the "Jersey Blues"
(the police) tbe crowd was not so large as an
ticipated by the friends of the pugilists. As
soon as morning dawned the ring was pitched
in true P. R. style, on the spot indicated above,
and when it became lignt enough to commence
operations the umpire, referee, and seconds
were selected.
All being in readiness for the contest McOabe
"shied bis castor' into the ring, quickly fol
lowed by himself, and soon after by Keete.
Without much time being lost in preliminaries
the fight began, and 7 rounds were fought in
the space of -25 minutes, when in the latter
round McCabe dealt Keefe a foul blow, which
was eo declared by the referee, and Keefe was
pronounced the victor. Neither of the pugilists
were badly punished, and it Is rumored that
another contest will be soon resorted to for the
purpose of testing the relative merits of the
heiligen nts. The principals and witnesses
returned to the city without molestation. Tbe
money will be given np to Keefo at a well
known sporting house on Third Avenue, where
the preliminaries for another match will be no
doubt arranged,?N. Y. Express, 12fA.
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS,
FROM GBN'L GRANT'S ARM V.
[Dispatch to Phila. Inquirer.]
Nbab Pbtbbbbobu, Va, Sept. 10.?The
crack of tbe picket'? rifle, which for many
days past has scarcely been heard at any por
tion of onr line, is again growing familiar.
The rebel entrenched picket line makes an
abutment ot some 100 yards ia length, and that
dl-tance has been considerably further ad
vanced, eo that the adjacent portions of their
line on either side this abutment extended along
tbe crest of a hill. From this position the
rebel pickets could look composedly down and
watch our movements and operations in our
own intrenchments. They have been allowed
to occupy this crest withou t molestation ever
since our line was first established there.
Gen. Mott, someday? ago, came to the con
clusion that so good a post of observation ought
to be wrested from them.
Last night he determined to carry the plan
into effect, and Gen. De Treanbriand, com
maadiag th* First Brigade of his division,
was entrusted with the management of the
movement.
Dividing the force into two columns, he ad
vanced each of them by the flank from two
different points, stri king the Rebel line at the
extreme ends of the abutting section that waa
to be taken.
Each colarne filed along the rifle-pit? aatll
the two met, aad closing in npon the Rebel
pickets took them all prisoners before they? ai
pected that anything waa wrong
Our men, after taking the Rebel rifle pita, im
mediately turned them, witb the face to war J?
tbe?nemy, and to-night they will, doubtless,
be connected with, and made part aad parcel
of oar own line.
Tbe Rebel Lieutenant captured ?aid that had
they beeaexpectlug an attack they could hare
resisted three lines of battle, which is, no doubt,
the tru th, and tbe officers engaged In the move
meat deserve great credit for the seoreoy aad
rapidity with which it waa executed.
FROM MEXICO.
Revers?e sf the Fremi h m Mexico.
NBW Yobk Sept. 13?The steamer Roano???
from Havana on the ?3th his arri ved, with dates
from the City of Mexico to the ?29th ultimo, and
Vera Cms to the 1st.
General Mejla entered Victoria city, ana was
joined by troops from Tampico, under General
"irupin.
It was reported In Vera Cruz that deaerai
Castagny defeated a party of J auraist s near
Saltillo, losing;, amongst others, bis chief of
artillery.
Mejia is said to be marching on Matamores.
Various skirmishes are reported, in which the
French are usually victorions.
No reliance can be placed in these reports.
The Mexican vessels Librader and Mexi
cano, have been captured off Mazanello.
It is reported that the Russian fleet in the
Pacific have been ordered to rendezvous at
Acapnlco and sainte the new Mexican flag.
The Spaniards are not making any more
headway in St. Domingo than the French in
Mexico. They suffer severely from sickness.
FROM EUROPE.
The l>uno-,.errr?iin Question? Lcnd.n
Times ?a the Fight in Mobile Ray.
New Yobk, Sept. 12.?The America, from
Southampton on the 3lst, has arrived.
The Frankfort stock mariiet was glutted with
American securities and parcels oy the last
steamer, sold at two per cent, reductldn.
Up to the present time, the conference on
Danish affairs is occupied solely with the ter
ritorial question. The Prussia Zeitung says
?here will be no withdrawal of troops from
Jutland before a definite conclusion of peace.
The return of all the Prussian troops from the
duchies is, therefore, far less to be expected.
Arrests continue in Trieste, and in Venetia,
the police have discovered arms, ammunitions,
&c.
The London Times say?, the news from
America, though Indecisive, continues to be
roost interesting. The vigor with which this
year's campaign has been conducted appears
to spread like a conflagration over the vast
theatre of operations, and the struggle Is sus
tained beyond precedent at each point of in
terest. Astonishing as it is, it seems thnt Gen.
Grant's efforts are not yet exhausted. No num
ber of reverses seem sufficient to check this
pertinacions General.
Speaking of the doings of the ram Tennessee,
the Times says :
??The ram Tennessee is said to have engaged
the whole Federal fleet, which consisted of 18
frigates and monitors, for an hour and a half,
surrendering at last only when disabled in her
rudder, and in danger of being rnn down by the
??combined movement." If this be true, it Is
one of the most gallant actions of the war, and
we shall look with great interest for a descrip
tion of the vessel which could achieve such a
result. The account of the loss on both sides
makes the action appear still more extraordi
nary." _
Vermont Election.
BCRLi??TOir, Vt., Sept. l?.?Returns of ITI
towns foot up for Smith, Union, 26,2Id: Red
field, 10,371. The same towns, in 1S63, gave
Smith, ?23 50C; Redfleld, 14,016. Smith will not
have lar from 2I,C00 majority in the State. Re
turns from 230 towns show the election of 213
Unica and 20 Democratic representatives The
Senate is unanimously Union.
Rebels at Month of Red River.
St. Loos, Sept. 13.?An officers' despatch
baat, which arrived at Cairo yesterday, re
ports 1,500 rebels concentrated at the mouth of
the Red river.
Governor Bigler for Congress.
Pittsburg, Pa., Sept. 13th.?tiovemor Wni.
Bigler has been nominated for Congress, in
Clearfleld County.
Anniversary Celebration?
Baltimore, Sept. 12.?The city to-day was
eav with flags in celebration of the anniversa
ry "of the battle of Baltimore.
LOCAL NEWS.
Gettino his Db8BRT8.?This morning. Jus
tice Thompson was called upon to try a case
against Albert Gillikin, who resides in that
rart ot the Second Ward known as "Hooker's
Division," and was charged with keeping a
bawdy house. The witnesses were all young
women. Catharine Long testified tbat she
went to Gil liken'a house in May last: her first
appearance in any house of dissipation. She
received gentlemen's company there, and paid
Gilliken and his wife bed money besides her
regular board. She left there about the last ol
July. Anna Baldwin testified that she had
beeH to this house with a gentleman. Paid
Gilliken's wife for the use of a room, and Gil
liken was present when it was paid. She paid
a dollar for the room. Jennie Richards testi
fied that she went therelast Saturday night
with a lriend; bad a room and paid a dollar for
it; and also paid twenty-five cents for two
drinks. Nora Brown testified that she staid
there three days with a friend. Had a room,
and received a gentleman there, but did not
pay bed money. There were other young wo
men in the house who received gentlemen's
company as she did. Gilliken knew the pur?
pose for which tbe room was used. In view
of the testimony, Justice Thompson ordered
Gilliken to give bail for court in the sum of
8M/0. Justice Thompson also fined Gilliken
820 for selling liquor to soldiers; ?25 for selling
liquor on Sunday, and ???? for selling liquor
without license.
National Democratic Association.?
This associatiOB had another meeting at Par
ker's Hall last night. Mr.Goddard. of George
town, was In the chair, and Mr. Fliun acted
as secretary. The meeting was addressed by
Messrs. J. H. McCutcben, Tom Florence, and
others. In the course of bis remarks, he
(Florence) said some persons had told bim?
thank God there were not many?they
would as soon have Lincoln as McClel
lan. He did not think such words were the re
sult of del iberate and prayerful reflection. He
wonld eay to those recusants who told him
they preferred Lincoln to McClellan to go home
and prayerfully and tearfully consider the
snb.ject For himself, he was for peace .' [Ap
plause.] He would do more for peace thin
most cf them. And being for peace he was for
George B. McClellan and the Union! [Ap
plause] He could tell the association and such
recusants, that while he mourned their errors,
and trusted tbey would see them in time, yet
they could not split the Democratic party.
Some other speeches were made, and it was
also announced tbat Mr. Ancona, Representa
tive in Congress from Pennsylvania, would be
here on Wednesday night, and would frank
several thousand documents for distribution.
Fraternal Visit.?Last evening, Union
Lodge, No. 11, (Odd Fellows') paid a frater
nal visit to Beacon Lodge, No. 15, at the Lodge
room in the hall on ?th street Tbe visitors
Assembled at their Lodge room at the Navy
Yard, and in full regalia marched up, being
accompanied by a band of music, and on en
tering the room, they were introduced by Mar
shal George Brown, the Noble Grand, H. C.
Stier, receiving them in a neat address. Be
sides the visiting Lodge, were were a number
of other visitors present, among them the fol
lowing made speeches : Messrs. Emmons, of
Del.; Slater, of N. J.; Boswell, Webb, and
Watts, of Md ; Messrs. Martin, Brown, and
Tnrner, of Union Lodge; Colledge, of Beacon,
and others, also made addresses. The com
pany, before separating, which they were loth
to do, they having spent a very pleasant time,
partook of an oyster snpper, served up in the
supper room on the main floor, there being no
intoxicating beverages on the table, excellent
coffee being substituted therefor.
Thb Firb Department.?The Board of Fire
Commissioners, at their meeting last evening,
settled the claims of the varions companies
under the old organization, and they now have
a clear track. Edward H. Sipe and Charles
Merrill were appointed extra-men in the third
district (hook and ladder) in place of W. H.
Folk and Wm. S. Scott, who have enlisted
since their appointment. Jas. B. Tait, Frank
Lewis, Conrad Kaufman, Jas. Martin, Frank
Parsons and Joseph Platz were appointed su
pernumeraries in the fourth district (Colum
bia). Thus all the officers and men, with the
exception of engineers, have been appointed.
Dkath ov ? Prihtbr.? Yesterday, Mr.
George Cochran, an old printer, well and fa
vorably known by the craft and citizens gen
erally, departed this life In the roth year of bis
age. Mr. C. was the father of Geo. W. Coch
ran, Esq., and had been a member of the Typo
graphical Society tor nearly fifty years, haying
joined it in 1818. He has been in ill health tor
a long time past, but ? ? to about & year ago he
was occasionally at the case. The Typograph
ical Society meet to-night to make arrange
ments for the funeral.
Labobbt or CLOTHiHo.?Last night, Mr. S.
A. H. Marks, jr., residing on 7th street east,
between E and Q streets, (Nary Yard,) was
robbed of a quantity of clothing by the servant
girl, Eliza Banks, colored, and this morning
she was arrested by .?Sergeant Clark, who re
covered all the goods, and she was taken
before Justice Cull, who committed Iter to
jail.
Mrs Celestla ? lag, a soldier's wife, residing
Dear tbe Engineer camp, bad her house robbed
some time between 19 o'clock last night aad ?
o'clock this morning, of about ?30 worth of
clothing.
? ??????-?Saturday morning last, the
dwelling of Mr. ?. ? Voss was entered by
thieves daring the absence ot the family. The
thieves touched nothing bat the money in the
house, about sixty or seventy dollars. There
is no doe to the thieye? as yet discovered.
ArrAiBB IB Gbobobtowv_The Canal ?Th?
ne* ? from the weetern division? of the oaaal
is cheering. Th? repairs are progressing ran
idly, and it U hoped that the empty boat?
wblch are lylag at Georgetown, abont fifty tg
number, will be able to go through to Cumber
land before the cloee of this week, aud that
next week tbe coal trade will be reopened, and
all the docks be as noisy as ever, with the
busy heavers employed in receiving the cargoes
for shipment at the wharves.
Up to this date tbe arrivals by the cinti
were an even dozen. Of these, three were
rafts bringing iron from Cabin John bridge!
six were boats laden with wood from points
within twenty miles of town ; two boats laden
with grain and flour, and one with hay, all
from landings within forty.five miles of town
In the same time there were twenly-one de
partures, three of these boats venturing to try
to pass through to Cumberland ; the others
were bound for nearer landing?.
Of these five only carried cargoes, principal
ly dry goods, groceries, lumber and fertilisers.
The reoumption of trade through to Cumber
land will restore to Georgetown the appear
ance of life which was visible just before th?
rebel raid whica suspended the trade by thi?
route.
The Market Matter and Lujht Butter ?Mr
Clements the Market Master, had another
difficulty about light butter this morning. De
termined that those who sell print butter by
the pound, shall deliver a pound for the price
went around to weight the prints. An old geni
tleman, named W. M. Stewart, interfered to
prevent Mr. Clements from taking the butter
Mr. Clements had him arrested, and fined *.?.? I ?
for his conduct.
(
Headquarters Military District of Washington,
Prorost MarshaVs O fice,
Washington, D. C., Sept. 12, 1661.
General Orders, No. 4.
Information having been received at these
Headquarters, that many persons engaged in
tbe Clothing and Furnishing businesa in this
District, have frequently ?old citizen?' clothe,
to enlisted men, upon the men exhibiting cer
tificates ol discharge from the United States
service ; and as such discharges have, in most
cases, proved to be spurious and forged or be
longing to tome other person than the one present
ing it. It is therefore
Ordered, That so much of General Order No. 3,
issued from these Headquarters, that relates to
the sale of clothing to enlisted men, is so
amended as to prohibit the sale of clothing to
any enliated man upon discharge papers that
he may present, until said papers have been
examined and a special permit obtained freni
these Headquarters.
Any violation or evasion of this Order, will
be promptly and severely punished, and the
offenders subjected to the full penalty attached
to the disobedience of this and other existing
orders relating thereto. By command of
Col. M. N. Wisbwbll, Military Gov'r.
T. Ihgbabam, Colonel and Provost Marshal
eep 13-Gt
TO HACKMEN.
Por ??le. a good second hand open CARRIAGE.
Price S2S0. Vtry cheap. ROUT. II. GRAHAM,
tep 13 3t* 409 Pa. av., J. Young's oli stand.
HOGSHEADS AND CRATES.?One hundred
Hos-sheads and Crat.i fille?! with straw, for
SalebyC. W. BOTELER A 80N ..31??(Iron Hall,!
Penn.-ilvsnia Avenue, between 9th and 10th et
sep 13-eo3t_
A THE REVEILLE.
FIRST CLASS DINING ROOM AND RK8
TAURANT,
Will open . _
WEDNESDAY . Sr.'.'iivisKu lu n.
At No 420 Penn. av.-nue.
sep 13 2t* FARROW fc LEWIS. Propriet'irs.
TWO NEW AND SUPERIOR ROSEWOOD PI
ANO FORTES AT PRIVATE SALB.-Weof
fer at private sale two new and sunerior Rosewood
Case Seven Octave PIANO FORTES of fine tone
and workmanship and from a celebrated m uri
factory, which will be sold at a rea?#n*ble price.
JAS. 0. McGUIRB A Oo ,
sep 13-fit Auction and Com. Merchants,
CARRIAGES
CARRIAGES.
CARRIAGES."
Having taken tbe old-established stand of Thofj.
Young. 409 Pennsylvania avenue, I shall con
tinue to beep a lar?e and varied assortment nf
fashionable CARRIAGES. Parties in want would
co well to call.
ROBT. H. GRAnAM.CoachmaVer.
409 Pa. av., and 374 D ?tree*.
Repairing promptly attended to. sep 13-3t*
OQC PAWNBROKER AND OQ?.
??? LOAM orpicE. _5o?3
LICENSED BY~AUTHORITY.
ISS MATTHEW-!.. WALSH. StU
2??."? C Strkst, between 1 th and 11th,
Second door from Harvey's Oyster Saloon.
In compliance with the wish of many friend*. I
am now prepared to make liberal Cash ad- /4K
vanees on Gold and 8ilver Watches, Di?iwl
roonds. Jewelry, Silverware, Hardware,*?? BJ
Clothiag, and Merchandise of every description ia
good order,
?9**Havinr had twelve years experience in busi
ness in the City, and favorably knewn to min? of
its citizens, I am confident that to all who may in
tru-t me with business,(which will he strictly
confidentisl ) I will give satisfaction. Office open
every day (Sunday excepted) from Seven o'cloek,
A. M. until Nine o'clock r. m._sep 13 3m
FALL ANDWINTER~
DRE8S GOODS.
FRENCH MERINORS.
All Wool Reps and Empress CLOTH.
All Wool Plain MO?S8ELAIN3.
Saxony Plaid and Striped GOODS.
?? pieci-s of vi-ry choice styles of Fall and Win
ter DEL A INS, at 55 cents per yard, decidedly th
cheapest goods in the market.
500 pieces excellent quality of Fall PRINTS f.
45 cents.
Fall eteck of French Opera FLANNELS, inali
colors. JOS. J. MAT A CO.,
sep 12-2t 30* Pa. av?.,between ?th and 10th?_
MARINI*
FASHIONABLE DANCING ACADEMY.
Temperance Hall, E street,between 9tb and 10th.
Prof. Marini begs leave to announce to his
patrons and the public in general, that he
will resume his usnal course of instruction
en TUESDAY, Sept 20th.
DAY8 OF TUITION.
For Ladles, Misses, sud Masters, TUESDAY.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, from 3 to 6 p. m.
Class for Gentlemen, every TUESDAY, TH?R3
DAY and SATURDAY, from 8 to 10 p. m.
For further particulars see circulars at Music.
Stores, or apply at the Academy during school
hours. sep5-2w*
a ???a.
_
POLITICAL BANNERS. FLAGS. ORNAMENT
AL TRANSPARENCIES, EMBLEMS, Ac,
painted at the shortest possible notice and in every
variety of style, by M. T. PARKER A CO., *9
Louisiana av.. between 6th and 7th sta. sep2-lw*
- ?? . MRS. GOODALL, ?fc
Krfw T-vhT ot _wJ_E
????? 8INGING AND PIANO, ^g*
Commences instruction in the above bran he? on
MONDAY, Sept. .'?th.
at her residence, 156 ? st., bet. 13th and 19th.
north aide._asp 3 j~*
J SCHOOL BOORS.
UST RECEIVED a fnll and complete stock or
SCHOOL BOOK?.
which we offer for sale at the lowest prices.
Also a full stock of school requisites embracing
Slates, Slate and Lead Pencils, Blank Books. Sta
tionery, Ink, Pens, Rubber. Black Board and Slate
Rubbers, Ac, Ac. WM BALLANTYNB.
tep ?Vim_498 7th et.. bet. D and E sU.
DENTISTRY-Drs. LOCKWOOD A MERRILL.
Dentists, Room No. 8. Wa?bington.
Bui ding, corner Pa. av. and 7th et. All!
operations performed in tbe most skillful
manner. Charges reasonable._sepS-lm*
| ADIE8'WATER PROOF CLOAKS
LADIES' WATER PROOF CLOTH CLOAKS AND
CIRCULARS.
A full assortment, extra in style, site, finish, and
fullness, just received at MAXW.tL,g
Cloak and tansy 8tore,
sep7-6t_3i?* Pennsylvaniasvenne.
FOR BAU).
A pair of very stylish, spirited
match BAY UOR8K8.perhaps the
best pair in Washington. The owner has no further
use for them, as be intends Uavingthecity. Also,
one SADDLE HORSE, (sorrel,) seven year? old.
These horses warranted perfectly sound and gen
tle, aud sold for bo fault. Also, one COWPBB.
nearly new. used but for a few days; and also one
BUGGY, suitable for a physician. These car
riages were made expressly forth? present owner.
To be seen at Nos. 288 and 290 E street, between
14th and lath sta._sep71W
LIGHTNING ROD8.-LIGHTNING ?ODS
The undersigned is prepared to furnish
and put up LIGHTNING ROD8, with platina
tipped points, at the shortest and meet reason
ableteras. Also. BELL-HANGING done in tas
meat approved styl?. .
Work done in tb? ceantry at ?fJ?fD'iR,
an la-lm? 8T1 Penn av.. Washington, P. C
rpiDWARDCLABK. tUMB,B DwAL1B.
Virginia avenue, between 9th sad 10th ete.,east.
A large .toek of al/kind. tfjfi"*** C?m'
staatly on hand at lowest market prices.
sep? lm*_->
NOTICE TO 8UTL1R8.-Adoable-deck ? ABO ?
_im toni-in good order, aU reedr /?",?_?
cgnbebongbtoa reasonableuterms. 8*??to?lose
concern Apply to Cast. Cushman. on board Barg?
"iTSeBB.Sr? at 8hV Yard. A>*^&tTA l?b
to Mr Lsmpkin.at Palmar?? Whari. *?2r0iw*
street. wSCagW D 0 ; orto Flow???* *??'
Ho. 1 King street. Alexandrie Ta. an ~?-i~ _
316 F STRUT. jeO
ATtV TIN WARi.
C?TLBBY ANDFANOV 0OO08
COAL OIL AND COAL OIL LAMPS
I offer all of the sbovTarticle?of ??*?? **<*
embrace tbe best assortssent ?,/erln^7tbaa the?
Washington public; at 10per ???? ^t?
can he porchased slsew here ia th? city
Call aad see for ? our?tl?e?. _ R P0LHT
?epMa.? 516 F ?*. a?rtb. bet. loth ?al Uth.

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