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AircBiMirfTe t?-iuefiT. Groves'?? ???????.-The fine fo???1/,?/ the ? Rivals" is announced for IbVe?^ aym. IU representation by the Warren ComeJy combination is a ?ieat rarely enjoyed, and those who wish to see comedy at its best should be present to night. The engagement of Mr. Warren and his combination terminate on Saturday night. VaaiKTiBB.?Go spe Fita Simmon's "Female PioarDochet of Washington, or High and Low Life in tbe Capital,"' ye who love sensation. There Is a good deal of fun in the play, which is of? local character. The song?, dances, Ac, are not neglected by reason of the drama. Cahtbkbcry.?Mr. Lea always has crowded bouses. The reason Is plain. The company is a splendid one, and the performances are rich, tare, and racy. The Fowler Si-ters, John Denier, John Mull'san, Billy Emmsrson, Szol lossy, 1'avanngh, Dougherty, and the others, cannot be beat in their respective parts. Fobt>'s Thbateu.?a military drama, "The Deserter, or Military Execution," is announced lor to-night at this popular resort. Tbe Flor ences have the pri ulpal parts, of course, and in Ueir bands there can be no doubt of the success of the play. Taylor's pro'ean comedi etta, "A Lesson lor Husbands,'" will conclude the evening's entertainment. The Florences are drawing great houses Thibi> Ward Dbafi Msetini;.? A mee* ing ot the citiz?-n? of the Third Ward was held last night at Temp -ranee Hall, to take meas ures to avoid tbe impending draft, which, al Uoagb not largely ??.fended, was quite a re spectable gathering. The meeting was called to order by Mr. J. S. Hollingshead, and Mr. ? D. Larner was called to the chair, and Mr. E ?. McKean appointed secretary. Mr. Larner remarked on taking the chair that some of tbe draft officers had been con sulted, and it was ascertained that the quota of Ue Ward now was but little over one hun dred. Since the first of the month, the enroll ment ol the District bad been reduced over loo, by tne exemption of persons on account of er roneous enrollment, &.c. He thought that the most feasible plan was to appoint canvassers to solicit subscriptions, and he was satisfied tbat it would work. One hundred menean be secured for ?? ??>.?km. which conld be raised, sbonld every man in the Ward subject to draft pay si's and he thought no one would refuse. His plan wonld be to offer a bounty of say two hundred dollars each for recruits, to which conld be added tbe twenty dollars paid by Ue Corporation, and It more was needed, more could be obtained. Much had been said against the Corporation, when it had done all that it could do nnder the powere granted by Con gress. Te save Ue city from Ue draft, Im portant bills bad been left unpaid, and the treasury nearly bankrupt. The Government pays |BM premium for recruits, to which, if added to a Ward bounty of 3*>00, would make a bounty which would attract men. As for getting sni.fcUtn'es, that business was nearly played out, but he was satisfied recruits could be obtained. Mr. K. H. Steele said that as sure as the sun rise? the ?Iraft would come off on Monday next, unless General Fry had good reason to believe that the?|Uota would b?* filled by volunteering. He was assured that the quota of the ward was not now over HO and be thought a bounty fund olSIt?,?'. >? amply sufficient. He suggested Uat a Om ol money be d< posited in bauk, of which JWO would be paid to every man presenting a certifleate that he had put a man in the^rvice, and Ui3 would si : rr."ii at work. Mi. .lob An ?rus remembered that Col. Al*?x der, ol tao 2d Dbtrict re^imeut, had ol? >r two hundred men ready to re-t-nli-t it th??r?? was a bounty ra'-d? and tie riu-gested that Cui. A. be consulte/i in lela'ion ?o the motion. Mr. Hollingsli'?ad su^testel th*? appoin'.ment of a committee to p?: tl.e namesof those suojt-ct to draft in the ward. Mr. SU^le Uon:*.lit that it wouKl be impossi ble to get the name?, that they wonld nut even give him the exact numtK-r at the Provost Mar shal's office. Mr. Hollingshea.: said it was a reasonable re quest, and was sure that Gen'l Fry would give them every facility. If the ?bt was procured every man could be called on for his ??M). Mr. Angus did not believe that any man would refuse to give S'i". A gentleman stated that there were from three to tour hundred of the ?2? D. C. ready to re-enlist. Mr. Hcllingshead moved tbe appointment of a committee to confer wiU Col. Alexander: which motion pr*?vailed, and Messrs. Hol lingshead, Merchau', and Angus were ap pointed. Mr. James Ward remarked that no man, if he was able, should refuse to give to this fund, and Uat although he was exempt from the draft, tieing In Government service, his brother and himself would give one hundred dollars each. [Applause.i Ob motion of 11. Steele, a committee of ten to solicit subscriptions was appointed, as fol lows. Z. Hunt, J. C- Parker, Edward Steer, 1. Mudd, A. G. Hall, R. ? Steele, Robt. McMur ray, W. B. Downing, E R. McKean, G. E. F. Sbarrette, and John Meigs. Tbe following were designated as places where subscriptions to Ue fund can be left: Parker's, (periodical ?tore,) F street, near sU; Topham tc Co., 500 7th street: W. H. Pop?, at the Republican offlce; Dr. 's. E. Tyson's drug store, '.'th and L streets; Dr. J. R. Casein's drug store, 7th and M streets. Mr. Hollingshead moved a committee of three be appointed to wait onUe Provost Mar shal, and obtain a list of those enrolled in the ward; carried, and Messrs. Larner, Steele and Parker were appointed. Mr. Job Angue was elected treasurer. The meeting then adjonrnea. It 1? understood that Ue committees will commence their work Uis morning, aa but Uree working days remain for Ue accom plishment of their objects. Sbconi? Ward McClellan Club.?Last night the McClellan Club of the Second Ward met in the Germania Hall, llth street, near F, to complete its organization. At the hour ap pointed a quorum was present,and was called to order by the president, Mr. J. F. Haliday, Mr. WJ.Miller secretary. Tbe meeting opened wiU nine persons present, wbich number was afterwards swelled by accessions to eleven, at which figure it remained for Ue evening. The president aunounced that the constitu tion of the National Democratic Association was before them for alteration to suit tbe pur pose ol the club. It was adopted. [The con stitution permits any person to be proposed tor membership who is favorable to the nominees of tbe Chicago Convention, and if no objection is made he la constituted a member by paying 91 initiation fee: if objected to, he lies over till tbe next meeting for election.] The club ordered Uat Ue meetings be pub lished in the Constitutional Union, Times, Intelli gencer and ?Vfar pap?-r?. and the president and secretary were authorized to make Ue ar rangements. This having been completed, Mr. Clampitt moved that tbe cluo proceed to appoint mar shals f ?r tbe ward tor the procession on the 17U, which was agreed to. Mr. Clampitt proposed G. R. Adam?, who declined. After a few moments spent in trying to select a gentleman wbo would serve, Mr. J.W.Clam pitt was appointed marshal and Mr. J. B. ?Scott assistant. Mr. Aiken, Chief Marshal for the 17tb, was despondent at Ue prospect of a large turnout of Ue Democrats cf the Second Ward, and conld not account for Ue smsll meeting this evening, ana hoped that Ue club would re solve itself into a vigilance committee and col lar every Democrat and bring them up to the meeting to moirow night. Mr. A. moved that the secretary be authorized to advertise the meeting to-morrow (Thursday) night, by large posters placed in conspicuous places. Mr. Adam? was opposed to tne motion sim ply because after posting Uey ought reasonably to expect 9 meeting of hundreds if not tbous arde, and they wt aid feel extremely mortified if after all their posting they should meet with but a small company. Mr. W. J. Miller remarked that the club of the Second ward bad no reason t.-> despond. Tbe Lincolnites had a procession after the flag raising at the Mount Vernon Honse which con sisted of about 50, a majority of Uem soldiers. Mr. Cismpitt Uought Uat Ue mortification should be felt in view of the meeting to-night. If the posters will do any good for the meeting to-morrow night let us have them. The motion Of Mr. Aiken was rejected. It was ordered by the club Uat Mr. Adams be auUorized to make permanent arrangements for the meetings of the club in ?Germania Hall. The club adjourned till to-morrow 'Thursday? night at 7,s o'clock. Third Wabd Station Cases.?Thomas Swlgart, Will Barry, disorderly; ?3 each. J. DoriU, John Dower, John McNulty, larceny, jail for hearing. Margaret Waters, grand lar ceny; ja.il. John Donelson, larceny; dismissed. Alex Cummings, drunk; ?2. Mary Foley, dis orderly; 55 eta. Jame? Flaherty, suspicious person, workhouse. M. Smith, George Rarcer, do.; do James Swedney, sleeping in market; ?2. Cha?. Rogers, d??.; dismissed. -* Cobbim TioB?In our report yesterday of the meeting of the Third ward Democracy a*. Toa. pe rae ce Hall, on Tuesday evening, Ue tvpe? made ue ?ay that Mr. Henry Lyle? was amour the Democrats present. It should have N?*>n Mr. Henry Lyons. We make Uis correc tIon in justice to Mr. Lyle?, who was not a Ue meeting, and had no connection wiU it. Thb Citt Poist aid Washington Mail Rootb.?The steamer Monohansett, Captain Hiram Crowell, will make her first trip on the t*tty Point aud Washington mail route t n-day. *eavir e the 6th street wharf at ?> o'clock p. m , ib place of Ue steamer John Brook?, which ha? be*?a withdrawn and ordered to New York for repairs. Tira Political Campato*.?Lincoln and Johnson Club.?Thi? club had a rail meeting last night (Mr. L. Clephane in Ue chair) aad quite a swarm of accessions to its membership. Mr. Isaac Bond *nse and stated thath? was a member of Ue Sooiety of Friends, and had conscientious scruples in regard to taking up arms. He would enquire if by joining the club he wonld compromise himself as a Friend ? A voice The club oerta?nly goes in for the vigorous prosecution of Ue war [Applause J Mr. Bond. ??Well if I can't join I'll give my dollar anyhow;" and amid loud cheering ha walked up to Ue table and laid down hie dollar A voice. I move he be elected an honorary member. fApplause] A gentleman here stated that Congress had passed a law enabling Friends who have con scientious s..rupl*-* acainst bloodshed to do service in hospitals, ito. He himself belonged to the Society of Friends. ? voice. I give the Friends notice, that they will have to contribute to the support ot the war Ueir 5 per cent on incorna. [Laughter.] Mr. El vans said tbat as the question had be?-n raised be would move tbat Mr. Bond be allowed tosign as alali member of the club; which motion was carried, and Mr. Bond went forward, amid much applause, and eigned, ??If aac Bond, so far as a consistent member of the Society of the Frb-nds may." Mr. Frir.ce. of Massachusetts, who was railed upan to address tbe meeting, thought that though his friend felt conscientious scru ples, he felt in the right place, his pocket [Laughter.] AlUough he (Ue speaker) had great respect for Penn, lox, Barclay and others of tbe Friends, yet he did not feel him self quite good enough to come up to their standard. Wbenhesaw the barbarities per petrated by the rebels in Uis war he felt a good deal like a barbarian himself. [ Ltngh'er j He felt a good deal like tbe Philadelphia Quaker, who, when insulted, threw down his outer habiliments, saying. ?? Lay there, Quaker, while I give this fellow a thrashing." [Laugh ter] Mr. Prince entered at some length upon a review of Ue military career of Gen. McClel lan. While conceding that Gen. McClellan was of unexceptionable private character, he considered him as a military man a good deal of a humbug. As to his political principles or statesmanship, he had made no exhibit by wbich we can judge. As to the expectation tbat McClellan would get a large army vote, it was sufficient to say that not more than two-fifths of the preeent army of McClellan ever served nnder McClellan, and as for Ue great army of tbe West, which believes in Sherman, Rose crans and Thomas, that army would laugh at tbe idea of voting for McClellan. [Applause and laughter.] Mr. Prince proceeded to contrast the unhar monious platform of tbe Democracy, with McClellan at one end and Pendleton at Ue other, and Vallandingham, Wood ?Je Co , scat tered around miscellaneously thereon, with the harmonious Union platform, bearing Abraham Lincoln and glori?os Andrew John sob. This war he held was a blessing rather than a curse. It had deepened and itensified American nationality, and would rid us of the great curse of chattel slavery. [Applause.] No QroRrM.?An adjourned meeting of the Third ward Democracy was to be held last night at the New Market Hall, corner uth and ? streets, bat up to a quarter of nine o'clock, none ot the officers of the former meeting hav ing made their appearance, the six or eight centlemen who had assembled there quietly dispersed after taking a drink at the bar und?r ihe ball. -~f^ Fire.?Last evening the slaughter house ol Jlichael Honnlier, corner 13tb and ? streets, (Navy Yard) was destroyed by lire involving a loss of about 915<>. It is supposed to have been the work ot an incendiary. Ther<? was no r.ppara'us on tbe ground,neither wasauy alarm civen, there being no apparatus on the road and ihe engine house dosed. *-?eco>'t> Waf.i? Station Cases.?Mary WeaHs, disorderly; ***2. Rosa Rind, col'd, lar ceny: jail lor court. John McMullen, drun'i: dismissed. Mary Cookuer, do.: f?. SPECIAL? NOTICES. -.*. Niw and8iMi-LiPiKn Mbthob forPiabo-bobtb A.M? BiBfl ? so.? Professor Alexander Wolow'ki ha? opened Ladies' and Gentlemen's Afternoon and Kvenit!.' Sinerin? Class??? on the most liberal terniK. By I'rot'eaaor Woloweki'? new method, ? person having only a eli sht knowledge of music will been 8.1.1??.i in a very short time to execute on the piano operatic snd riamicai music wi*h rare perfection. Aeto the vocal part, hearrivesat mostextraordina ry result?, renders the voice powerful; and enables the singer to vocalize with facility and accuracy. AH those who would like to become fine singers or excellent performers will enter their name? at his residence. No. 4*??.> Tenth street, above Penn sylvania avenue. Reception hoars ?re from 111 to 11 a. m. anil 6 to 7 p m. sep9-lm CoRSS^Bunions, Inverted Nails, and otber dis order? f*f Ue feet, when neglected injure the gen eral ? riffe m by preventing the body from taking that natural exercise eo conducive to health. To all afflicted with these terrible evils we would re commend an early call at Dr. White's office. No. 424 1'Bn.i'a av . bet. 4-, ?nd 6th sts. Whoweuld ?uffer torment from disordered test when asure remedy ie so near at hand, and can be elfected without pain. Office open from 8 a. m. to 8 p. ni. sep7tf _ Kromsr's (Upham's) Il ?.ir Dte. Fifty Cents a Box. Boxes lsrger than Dyes that sell for 11. Natural, durable, beautiful. Warranted to please This ar ticle has been thoroughly tested by Dr. Ohiltob, of New York, and Profs. Booth snd Garrett, of Philadelphia, who pronounce it free from ?11 poi sonous ingredient?, and the material composing i will not injure the most delicate hair. Sold by Druggists and Fancy Goods dealer? everywhere, John 3. Kbobeb, Sole Proprietor, 40.? Chestnut Street. Philadelphia. Pa. Dkckkebxess CcREn. The inebriate may now bid de6ance to the tempt ing cup. Dr. Zane'? antidote for strong drink is a certain cure for drunkenness. It creates a dis like for strong drink, and can be administered without the knowledge of the patient. Descriptive circulars sent to any address. For ?ale by all respectable Druggists in the United States aad Ganadas. Price M per box, or packages of six boxes for ?5. John J. Kkombk. Wholesale Ag'-nt, 403 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa. Da. ???*:." Sfeci-:c. Tt e oldest and most reliable medicine for the cure ef Spermatoih?a. Seminal Weakness, Loss of Power, Ac. This medicine has stood the t?-st of over thirty years, and baa always proved a success Dr. Rnnd's Specific is exhibited in the form of pills, made up entirely of substances that have % specific effect upon the generative organs. Most persons associate the idea of operation? npon the bowels from taking any kind of pill?. The Specific of Dr. Rand is not intended a? an evacuating medi cine. Its medical virtues are expended entirely upon the impaired generative organs. The pills are not unpleasant to the taste, and many persons masticate them with impunity before swallowing them; which plan we would always recommend,as ??fording the speediest way to get th? etfeec of the remedy. Price ?tl per box. or six boxes for fj. Soli by Druggists everywhere. Jobs J. bobib, WboIeeaU? Agent, a ?:> Chestnut street, au 31 -eoiy Philadelphia, ??. MARRIED, On the 24tb of Aneu?t. Ufa, by the Rev. Dr. Kyau, KITTIB PARTBLLO to 3. W. COOLBY, both of this city. * On the llth Instant, by tbe Rev. Geo. W. Samp son. Lt ROBT McCLERMONT.of Nrw Vort.to ? L17 ? ? IT II W. SOMMERS, of UN city. DIED, On the moraine of the 16th instant, JOHN J. KIOKR 8r., ?ged 75 years Hi- funeral will take place from his late resi dence , 4th ?tieet, above M?aa?ehueett8 ?venue, oa Friday lfcth instant.at 3 o'clock p.m. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend. ( Baltimore papera plesso copy.) * On the morning of tbe 15th instant, after ? long ans painful illne?e, borne with Christian fortitude and hope, Capt. JOHN CLAPH AM, aged 58 rear?, 1 month ?nd 11 day?. The friend? of the family are Invited to attend b??funeral from the Bsst Washington Methodist IpiBcopal Church, O? Street east,(N?vy Yard,)on taturday afternoon, t?? 17th inst., at 3 o'clock. ( Baltimore, Richmond and New York papers please _copy)_seplfjjt* TWO NBW AND SUPERIOR ROS ?" WOOD PI ANO ?ORTES AT PKIVATK SALB ?We of far at private Bale two new and superior Bo?ewood t'a-e Seven 0<-tave PIANO FOBTBS of fine tone ?nd workmanship and from? celebrated manu factory, which will be sold at ? rea*enabls orice. ,.? JAS. 0. McOCIRI & Co., JSS2?S._Auction ?ad Com. Merchants, CARRIAGES. CARRIAOIB. ? ... OABBIAGsM.' -?"*?.*??" ??? o d ?-?Ubli.hed .Und of Tho?. Young 409 Pennsylvania avenue, I ?hall con tinue to keep ? '?raje ?nd varied assortment of Jo*we?l"?? ???0*8' P""e?m^SaTSJt ?0??.?. GRAHAM,CoMhmsker. ? ,. 409 P?. ?v., and 37 4 DHtreet Repairing promptly attended to. ?-p is-st* ????? MRS. GOODALL.. |**"^?*5?! Teacher of ITTmTl 8INGTNG AND PIANO. Commence? inai motion in tke ?bove branche? ?? MONDAY. Sept Uh. ?t her i??s?Uldoce, 196 ? st.. bet. teta ?al 19th, sort? side. sepila* WANTS. WANTED-By a respectable yonng girl, a WIT? ' A! ION as chambermaid, or to do pialo s'wing or auree. Please address Box No 36 Star Office.__ \?7ANTED? A SITUATION, bya young woman, " aa chambermaid or cook, In a amali, private family. Apply at Mo. 297 4th street, between G an_H ata._lt* WANTED? By are- pec tabi? young girl, a SIT UATION as cook or chamberma d in a amaM family Inquire at No 46 4H atreet. between M >. av. and Pa- av.. __ two days_If WANTED?From $4,000 to $5,000, from two to fonr year? Deed of trust give j on valua ble real estate. Addreas SKA, Box No. 10, St - Oftice._aep 15-6t* WANTBD TO HENT-A H'.iUSK with nuds-n improvements in a Central location, north of Pennsylvania Avenue. Direct J. 0 Star Odle?, . ? .= 11 r??_ rent, Ae._ _aep *_____ \?_7aNTED-A 8MALL HOUSE, furnished or u t *? furnished. Address CAPTAIN R SODOR, Northeast corner 19th and G ?treeta.atating term?. a c._sep 15-31 * V\,'ANTBD-By a respectable young eirl a SIT "? G???0? as cook, washer, an* ironer Please call at No. SB! New York avenue, between6th and 7th streets._ WANTED lMMBDIAIBLY-A good second" hand BANGE. a??, two ??od O ?STEH SU Ff ? ERS Apply at the Green House. No. 3 l I New Jersey avenue, near the Depot. aep 15 3t* CiO AAA WANTED-A LOAN OF ? WO ? HOU t&dZMWl SAND DOLLARS wanted. The b st serurity will be given on Improved R;?al K?tat?,. Address B. II., Box T___PostOffice. aeplSJt* W-ANTEl'TO G0 AS A S?BSTTTUTB-One who vv has served thr. ? years during th* prose:.; war. 'Will go as a substitue if suitable induce ments are orb. red. Audress, for two days, J. F P., Star office*_sep l'?-2l* ANTED-By a middle-aged woman, a 81 TU ?1?0? in a respectable family as cook. If not, have no objection to cook, wasti and iron. Oood re'er. nee given. Inquire for two days *t 543 Massachusetts aveuue, between 2d aud 3d str-ets._lt* WANTED-A SITUATION, by a yeung man of business natila, in some lieht employment; would like to go with a sutler or purveyor, having Bomeexperience, and can gire good citi references; is not particular about salar- Artdresss "J. ? .'' 330 Post Office. Washington. D. C. sep lo 3t? WANTED?A SITUATION of some kind by an active man of strict temperance habita and principles. Has best references, and can be relied upon to fulfill regularly all duties, or wonld Invent some capita? in aome safe business. Plen.se ad dress "A. Z.,_at this office._It* WANTED?By s respektable lady, aSITUATIOX in a Hotel as chambermaid, or dining room work, or assistant cook, or a good seamstress ; she ?salso competent of taking chsrgo of a private house if requested. Good reccommendation given. Apply at No, 36 2d atreet east, between ? and C Capitol Hill._sep 15 3t? WANTED-Two WHITE GIRLS-one as cham bermaid, and to assist with the washing: the other as waitreaa; tbey must be neat and tidy, witb good recommendations. Also, a person to take family washing home, by the month. Mone but competent persons need apply, 349 19th st., between land K. sep 15 .'it* ANTED?A SITUATION by a gardener and f.'trmer. He understands it in al fits branches, acd will give the best satisfaction of any other man seeking a situation of the kind, and do hia woik with le*-! expanse, and will show a good monti example to those who are around bini, and teach them the habits of industrv. Gantlemin doing business in Washington or Baltimore pre ferred. Address 0. 8. D , at the Star office, for one we. k._sep ____ IVANTED- A CIIAMR?RMAIO: also, two T? WHITE GIRLS, for general housework. Apply immediately at the New York Hotel, corner of 7th and E at*._sep 14-.ti? W_ANTBD-A good FOOT LATHE, withslide re-t, or email Entrine Lathe, to work by foot power. Address D. BALL AUF, 411 Seventh st., AVashicgton. P.C._sep It-3t*_ WANTBD?A SITUATION as ..ierk in a whole Bale and retail grocery K'ore, by a youns man, with good references; has been in the husiness five yeara. Address " W. H. W.," thia OBice. sepM-.'U* OT ANTED TO RENT-An UNFURNISHED vv HOUSE, containing six or eight roo.-cs. Muat be within ?! minutes' walk of eorn-r 1Kb st. and Pa. av. Any one having -neh a house for rent will find a pei man? nt and responsible tenant by al drcssing "Redgrave,'' Star oftic?._aep ll-3t* WANTED-Two ROOMS, for 1 ouK?keeping,one lurnioed. 8tate terms and particulars. Ad dresi "LEWIS." at this office._sepl.l 31* WANTED?By a ladv of several ye?rs' experi ence a SITUATION on a sewing machine. Understands sboe fitting or taiicv work. Address A II . Star Office._ sep ____ WANTED?By a widow woman, witb a boy nine years, a SITUATION In a respectable fam ily as cook or waitress. Address Box 43, Star Of fice;_aep 13-3t* WANTED-A lady wishes EMPLOYMENT in writing. Will do copying f,r lawyers, or W?J writiDg of any kind that she can tike home. A dress'rE.P.M.," through the postoffice. ? WANTED?At the Avenue House, No. 849 E street, between 12th and l?th. two OYSTEtt FHUCKEBSand one WAITEB. Nsne but goo 1 bands need apply._sep 13 3t* WANTED IMMEDIATELY-A good OYSTER SHUL'KKR st THIEME'S Restaurant, Pa. av., between 6th and 7th streets. Navy-Yard. sep 13-3t*_ WANTED TO RENT?A medium aized DWEL LING, now or any time prior to the let November. Addreee 8. L. Stent, Garden street, near Preaton st., Baltimore City, aep 13-eod 2w* WANTED?A yoiine married ceuple desire to obtain FURNISHED APARTMENTS, Say two or three rooms and kitchen, suitable for housekeeping. Stating terme and location ad d___ C. ?. ?.. at thia office._sep 13-3t* ANTED-A good aet of BOOMS or a email honre nnfutniahed, tor a amali family, In the vicinity of 6th st. and Pa. av. A good and steady tenantcan be obtained by addressing B. and S. G ? Post Office._>?? 13 3t* WANTED? The undersigned, a young man of 26, desire? a POSITION ina wholesale ani retail Grocery business. Would furnish <9l,?>o or 9 l,w ?, for which be would expect a portion of the profits of tbe business. Addresa J. ?. B.. 330 Delaware avenue. aep l3-3t*_Washington, D 0 FUBNISHED H0C8E WANTED.-A comfort ably furnished HOUSE, of moderate size, ia wanted immediately, in thia city or Georgetown. Central location preferred. Address Box No. -20$ Washington city post office._sep 12 tf COACHMAN WANTED-For a private family. Those who can bring satisfactory testimonials of character, and competency, may apply between the hours of 10 and lJo'clock, to J. DENT, No. ? :,i, lSth street._sep 12-lw* WANTED?A number of active, honest BOYS, as messengers in the Independent Telegraph Office. Good wages can be made. Apply at 4S0 pith street._sep lo-lw WANTED?To purchase a substantial tnodern bnilt BRICK DWELLING, worth about v"..' i>', between ?>?!i and 15th streets and nor h "f Pa. av. All cash if an object. Address "A. B. C.,"8tar Office._sepO-lw? SUBSTITUTES AND VOLUNTEERS WANT ED?100 MEN wanted, of all nationalities, to go as volunteer? or aubstitutes. to whom the high est bounty will be given on day of enlistment, with choice of 1st and 2d regiments D. C. Volun teer?. GEO. H. CA88IDY, 446 8th etreet, be tween Penn. avenue and D street. sep9-iw* [Rep A Chi on.}_ RANTED, SECRETARY OF THE 8PANI8H LEGATION, A FURNISHED HOUSE, near Uth, 15th. or loth atreet, between II and T, for six months from October let. Addresa to Gay street, cerner of Congress, Georgetown. BB__j______ WANTED-Two Hundred COLORED MEN. Appi au 29 tf ply at ?o 40 Water street, Georgetown. WANTED-Two ateady, industrioua BOYS, one each to learn the Harness and Trunkmaking business. Apply at 500 7th street._au 29 tf OLD B0TTLE8 WANTED I_ OLD BOTTLES WANTEDI The higheat cash price will be paid fer? Whole Champagne Bottles, Half do. do. Pint Porter do. Pint Ale do. Pl.tAUJ.11^^.,,^ Union Bottling Depot, Georgetown, D. 0. N. B.? Any person having large quantities of Old Bottle? on band, can have them taken away by notifying me. [an 18 lm. ?. ?. 8EINN. WANTED-By MOBGAN ft BHINEHABT, at G street Wharf, G>,000 Tona GBEBN HOS PITAL AND CAMP HONES, for which the high eat market price Will be paid._au 13-eolm WANTS D-8BOOND HAND FUBNITUBE Also. MIRKORS, OAKPKT8, BEDS. BED DING, and HOU8BFUBHI8HING GOODS of every description. B. BUCHLY, 4'J* 7th etreet. le8-tf between Gaud H.eaat aide. GEORGETOWN ADVEiR'MTS THE PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing be tween William 8. Mattewa and John W Smoot. under tbe name of W. 8. MATTHEWS A CO.. was on the 17th ult. dissolved by mutual consent. Partie? indebted will please call for settlement npon William 8. Matthews, at No. 49 High atrset. W.S.MATTHEWS. -. - o . JOHN W. SMOi/T. Georgetown, D. C, Sept 8.1864. The business wiM be continued by W 8. Mat thews, under the name of W. 8. MATTHEWS ft CO., and at tbe old stand. No. 49 High atreet, where he will be pleased to serve hi? customers. aep?-2aW4t? WILLIAM 8. MATTHEWS. BOBGETOWM COBPOBATION STOCK.? Those persona who may be disposed to pur aba?? Georgetown Corporation Stock, whieh bears an interest of six per cent, ?er annum, ?arabi? Iuarterly, can obtain some by applying to WML iAIBP. Clerk of aaid Corporation. la ?-dtpl rpOWING FWIfFTLT ATTENDED TO. by the 1 Pstomae Tow Company'e boat?, "Potomac." "Gov. Curtin" and "Belle Haven." Apply to the Cattala, o. board, ?fc,,.^ my 11- Water streat. Georgetown. NOTICE TO 8CTLFR8.-A double deck BARGE ?im tons? in good order, all ready for use. can be bought on reasonable term? Bals to cloae concern. Apply to Capt. Cuabman. on hoard Barg? "M. Kenneoy." at Ship, Yard. Al-xaudria, Va.; ??? to Mr. Lamskie.at Palmer'? Wharf, foot of uth street, Waablsgton. DO .orto FI? wens A Bo wen. No. 1 Ki_g atreet. AJexaadr ? Va a. tS-lw* F ?< FOB RENT ANT) SALB. iron RBNT-? small famish?! BOO*. aTO?**?) S g at. corner ISth_a?? la ?t* FOR RJtNT_?~PARLOB AND 8EDR H'M on th? vrat floor, or two bedrooms 01 ?he second floor, at 341 F et, bet. 9t ???ad V) hat?. seslSJt* FOB JsALE-A~ ?early?5? COOKING dTOYB. iPhiladelobiaGa? Burner.) Ian ire at d** ??th etreet. between L ?ndJ*._sop IS If FOR RBNT?In"Vprivate family, three nnfur nished ROi'MS. suitable for noasekeebing. ap I'It to Ko. a???1 mh etreet, between G and H streets._sop 15-tt* FOR RBNT-An OFFICE, ao i aererai hani fcomely furnished ROOMS. Apply immediate ly at 4.VJ ISth stre?t, between ? ani F eU. ?epl6 3t*_ PART OP A THREE-STORY RRICK HOUSE for r?nt on L street. betweeD 13th aud 14th at*., jo a ?mall, respectshlefamhy. R??ft?rence required. Se< end fcouse, south aide from 13tn._It* ?VOTICB?"The ROOM ' at 3.">3 I street, between 1' l-ttli and 14th. opp? site Franklin rqa*re. so fre quency applie?! for of late, can now be ?ecur-d, if early'appliratjon in male. Bath rem in the hiu???. 15? ani turniehei if desired._sep l5-3t*_ FOR BALa*?Tbe whole ora part of LOT No.?. of Muere II90, on A street ?outh, between 17th and ISth etre??ts east, near Lineo ? Hospital, 62 feet front, aDd 12ft feet deep. Apply at No. 13 Missouri ?venue, between 4'? ?nd ?>th ?ts. se?l5-3t* A. GBRECKE^ FOR ? ALB-A BOUBa* and LOT on Patrick stieet. I'he Roa?*- i? eu'ir? lv ne?, B'.'i th<? locality .-ni'd The purchaser will be warran ?*d ai??!i!Ri ?i c?a:;n? of Hira a Arnold, or o?ner par tic?. A-.iVy at 168 Queen street. Al- xardria Va, fiep jr.-6t* BENEDICT ?k ALBEB. FOR 8ALE-STOC~Kand FlXTl'RBSof an old .rstabliahed tamiiy Gmeery fetoredoio? ?go ?d bonnes?. Reasons for selling bivio* other timi ness. and cannot attend to both. Also, a ????> 1 * A hM of ldO acre?, on the railroad, 12 mile? from town and one mile from a station. Por furth-r information inquire of 3. B. JONES A CO. cv-itr of Land 7th street?._ sep lf>6t* OR RBNT-Two or three unfurnished ROOMS at 60S ? street north, between 4th and Sth. sep 14-St*_ __^_ FURNISHED ROOMS, with Board, for rent at No. 4 Iti G ?t-eet, between ?th and yth.oppo Bit? Ue Patent Offlae. Call and aee them, se U-7t* F~ OR SALE-? good-sized KRAME HOUSE, two ?tory, containing four rooms; also the Lot, 21 by 62. Terms easy. Apply on the premise?, corner 1st and H, Island._aep 14-lw* FOR RENT-Five Urge HOOMS. either furnish ed or unfurnished, suitable for Bousekeeping, in a respectable neighborhood, on tke lalaao. Inquire at No. ;>7G llth street, near Maryland avenue. Island._sep 14 3t* I^OR SALB?Parlor, Bedroom, and Kitchen FUR NITUBE. Carpet?, Bedding, 4c, mostly new; al?o,a lady's Side Saddle. Inquire for U WAG NER, second door from the corner of Mas?, ?ve. ?nd 1st street_sop ll-6t* FOR 8AI B-Oee or two BRIOK HOUSES Uree story. No. 598 snd 60O ? street north, be tween 6th and 7th sts. west, containing 7 room? each, snd good dry cellars, in good order. Will be sold cheap. Apply to No ?96, next door. Bit 3t* 1<A0R RBXT?A flret clase H0?8E, 2.14 G etreet". second door from 15th street, near the State Department, containing in rooms, besides kit<'?ien. attic and large cellar; gas and gas fixtures all through the honse, and a pump in the Tard. Also, in private family, a PARLOR and CHAMBER on the first Moor,(furnished,)4<iO New York avenue, near ).?>th st. sep II tf_P. A. GARDNER. IVOR ????-??? n-atly furnished front ROOM, G Ne. -2152 I etreet, between luth ani 2r?th, W*sh ington. D. C._sep 11-?*? STORK TO KENT?Between 7th ani .Uh street-, 400 D street. Inquire on the premise?, sep 13-.it*_ OR BALE AT A BARGAIN?The STOCK and FIXTURES Of M. L. Julihn'.s Fancy O .o Is Establishment,?T6 l'a av. For particular-? ap ply ?t the store._ s??pHfit* A~G ? ? G?? ? ~?? S?? ? S S FOR SALB.?Bud l?r> forth'? DINING SALOON. Rold only ou *<? count of sickness, doing an excellent business. Applvon the premises llth street, between ft and N. w York Av?.., Washington, D. C ? ?? ? "?. F~OR RENT-A HOARDING U008E. in ?uk of the best locution-* in the city, a pirtof the fur niture for Sale. The house is now ? lied with ??-e?? lur ?nd g-^od p-ying boarders. Apply betw?en t'io hour? of !" a. m. and three p. m.,at 517 T7th et., hetw-en Pa. ave., and H st._,s??p It-.St* l??,OR SA1.E.-A BRICK ^ORE-ROO^l7"w7t?? lease of ground, in a good locality, now doing a good business, with the stock of Groceries, is of fered on tiood terms. A small BRICK HOUSE, with large lot, mar th. Corn*r of 7tb street, and on G street. A fine three rtory BRIOK, on 13th street, be tween L and Massachusetts avenue, new, well ?in ished, brick carriage house and ? table, fruits bl?! llowersin vnrd, Ac. A TIN SHOP, doinga fine business, with all the tool? and fixtures, for -a'e reasonably. A STORE on 7th street for ?ale. ? splendid H0U8B, new, large lot, fruits, Ac., on Capitol Hill, in ? tine neighborhood, at a bar H?TEL PROPERTY.-We offer the elegant Cas par!? Hotel for ?ale, including furniture, bowling alley, billiard ta'dee, saloon ani stock, ?t u great bargain. This house contain? forty rooms, and is doing a large business; has water, gas. and every modern convenience. fOR RENT.-A large FRAME HOUSE, on Cap itol Hill, with 18 room?. For terms, Ac., call at HALL'S Real Estate Agency, late Hall ?k Eaton, corner of 7th and ? street?._sep 13 3c* STORE TO RENT?A good STORE, centrally lo cated, lighted with gas and provided with fit ture?. Apply at 335 ? street, bet 9th ?nd iota ets. aep 12-dtf_ ^*?? RENT?A well furnished HOUSE in the central part of the City, containing twenty rooms, partly filled with boarders. Splendid cook ing arrangement?. Inquire at Philadelphia House, Southeast Corner ?th and D street. sep ia at*_?_?_ ?p OBLINO HOUSB POR BALI. The Proprietor of this popular ?nd well-known Hotel and Restaurant Intends to retire from busi ness, and offers hie well known house for ?ale. Any one wishing to engage in ? L?CRAT1VB BUSINESS can call on the Proprietor, itT Penn sylvania avenne, bet. 12th and 13th sts. sel2 lw* FOR RENT-? PHOTOGRAPHIC GALLERY, having a splendid Sky Light. Connected with the Gallery are thi??? convenient Booms. Inquire on the premises. No. 540 Pennsylvania avenue, between 1st and 2d sts . or of GREGORY ENN IS, ??i*a Fjt._aep 10-tf FOR SALE OR RENT-The large four-story BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, No. 38*?, on the north side of north 0 - treet. between 3d street west and 4'i street, having ?front of 23 feet on a lot 140 feet deep, with a stable ?nd carriage house building in the rear on an alley, 30 feet wide. Possession of the honre can be had in a few days. Apply at 4 00 H street, to _?ep W-lw*_JAMBS T0WLE3 F~ OCR F?RNI8HED ROOMS, Chambers, and Parlor, for rent, at No. 4*24 E etreet. between Eth ?nd 9th. Also, ts-o FRAME HOUSES for sale._sep9-lw? FOR RENT ?Two large, handsomely FUR NISHED ROOMS, one on first floor and one on second floor. Apply at 13** G street, between 2let and 22d atreet?._sep 9 6t* FOR SALE?A LOT fronting on ? etreet.between 4th ?nd 5th streets, and extending hack to Massacbnset? ? avenue 130 feet, and is the be?t lo cality for building in this part of the city. Can be had at ? reasonable price Apply ?t 604 ? etreet north._aep9-lw* THE UNDERSIGNED WILL 8BLL AT PRI vate sal? a tract of LAND, containing about two hundred and fifty acres, distant about 4 miles from tbe Capitol, over Benning's Bridge; ?bout 50 scree cleared,* snd 45 in meadow; the balance in unsurpassed timber, mostly oak ?nd chestnut. No improvements, except a small house. For further particulars ?ddress Box 3**4, Washington, D. C. or inquire of the subscriber, U? miles northeast of Benning's Bridge. ? .. .'. : sep8-lmf _E. SHERIFF. FURNISHED ROOMS ?Single or suites of ROOMS, ?uited for the ?ccommodation of offi cers of the army and others: also, PARLORS with folding door?; all inst vacated, at 4 2 1 15* h street, between New York avenue and H. aep 5-eoi*t* FURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT, without Board, to gtntlemen only? 34 7 ? etreet, near 13th. Inquire of Mr?. ?. ?. 8TBPHBN80N. an 31-tf FOR BENT-Tbe large and commodious ROOMS comprising tbe secoi?d, third and fourth sto ries over J. L. K'dweH'a new Drag Store, on E at., near corner of Pa. av. and 14th st., two doors be low Will ?rds'Hotel. ????, ??.?.?? au29-tf_JOHN L. KIDWELL. F'?bTBBNT?A ROOM on 16th street, opposite tbe Treasury Department, adapted to the use of a Banker or Broker, having connested with it a very commodioue snd substantial vault. In quire of WILLIAM ORMB, No. 312 Peon ave.. between I'ith end llth ?ta._ ?u 27-3w THE SUBSCRIBER offers at private sale ? very valuable snd productive FARM, situated in the District of Columbi?, one mile east of Ben ning's Bridge, containing sixty acres of excellent land, well watered. Tbe improvements, a Isrge two-story Frame Dwelling, nearly new, with tae neoeseary out-building?. Persons wishing to pur chase are invite?! to examiae the premise?. A very ?leasant drive of three miles, over? good road, rom Washington oity. autteolm*_?O^J!1??!*?? 1?1BJITJ[,?_ OR PALE-DRUG STORE, BRICK HOUSE end three BUILDING LOTS. Inquire at No. 4 i ?>, M ?as. ?venue, near 6th st._aui?-1 m * FOB BALE?A three story ?nd attic BRICK HOUSE and out-buildings, on North Capitol atreet, between ? and 0, No. 394, nearly opposite the Washington Railway, near th? Depot House, containing 10 rooma; ? vacant lot adioining; front of 55 by Wj. F/?' further psrticulare inquire of WALL, STEPHENS & CO.. No. 3'JB P?nneylva ni??v._?nie WE OFFER FOR SALI, et a great bargain ? ?mall FARM, containing ?boat 86 ?ere?, well Improved with new dwellin? and ?II necessary ont boasee. Tbl? property lies ?boat 4 miles from Center Market, on the Benning's Bridge rotd across Eastern Branch, is in a high ?nd healthy aituation. with sn abondance of wood. Terms msde known on application to SWEENY ic. CO . Real Sitate Brokers. aa 15-Im_Corner 7th and O streets. OPBCIAL NOTICE.-All person? having aims ?3 against the P?-rseverence Fire Gompanyere re quested te present th? same to the President. All members ?^e_bar?*bv notified to attend a rpeclal meeting on THURSDAY, Sert. 15th. at 7?< ?. m.. at there will be a Anal settlement of the affair? of the company. AU persons who are not ?resent, or prefer tbelr claim? at or before said meeting, will, by resolution, beesaluded from ail beafita of ?aid settlement. By order "f the Compari ?. ?epS-eoEt*_JOHN H. DTCK80M. Ses. ?VIAND FOB BALl-ApjM r at the arsi ?woaas> fro? 9 the *atetera Branca Bridge J aa ?-lam* F, F AUCTION 8AIiga. 3G__?? A?r?eWOOr*l AWE TQ.MOEEMW ?T JAB. 0. McGUIRE* CO., Auctioneer?. HTWb\w"io?*,_>_._?J? ??*t? BBTBIBT. Bl On lin"lin_lvAA*i'-f',TH "TBBBT8 WBSC. Avi?A? __PfDAY -^TBHNOON. 8ept. Uth. at ? bv thTO^SW'?*.*?" ,J?*?^l?t.if*?.oontrmed oy ine puprrme Ci art JuIt 5th ? feu t ?k.ii .?n part of Lot No I in PqoYr/No \n*f>\nt?_. Jhnnt 6 feet on North E atr???.t"b?twe._? ?5u* ?fd 2?th streets, and rurnmg back 97 fe*t ?fi Inch?? to gelber with the improvement?, -oaais.a?? nra 'two ? ory Frame Dwell, n g house (No. ? U ) e?n?iain? lour rooms. ?-???_?_? Terms cash. Cost of conveyance to be paid by the purchaser M. F. feORBIB, Guardian ?ep3 eod_J. ?. McGUIRE A CO . A acts. 5- J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Auctioneera. GREAT AND PEREMPTORY SALE OF DEY G? ?ODs On WEDNESDAY MORNING. 8ept?mber H, coremercing at in o'clock each day. and contin uing daily at that hoar until the whole ?? di? i".vd of. we ?hall sell the entire stock of Dry Goods. Hosiery Ac. at the store. No. 371 7th f- re et, between I and K et?. We name in part? Bleached and Brown Cottons, ('?lieues. Spool Cottone, Umbrell??, Parasol?, Table Linens. Napkins. Lre?s Gooc?. Mer ino?. Balm?>ra'.-? ?'??el?. Ginghams, Delaines, Cloth?. Casai merca, Ciiinets. Vesting?. Cloak?. Shawls. Hosierv, Olove?, Veils, Ne-ik Tie?, Poop Skirta. Ae., Ac, Black and Fancy Silk?, Linen and Cotton Sheetings, Crash, Ac , Ac. Ae. The whole comprising the largest lot of Dry Good? that has been offered at public sale in this city in many years. The attention of the trade i? respectfully called to the above sale, 'aa the ?wner is about to remove from the c?ty.) The entire stock will be Bold to the highest biddet. Terms cash. J. C. McGUIRE A CO. sep 13-3t Auctioneers. u. S. MABSHAL'S SALE. ? ? In virtue of a writ of fieri facias, iasued from tho clerk's office of the Supreme Court o1 District of Columbia, aud to me directed, I will sell at public sale, for cash, in front of W.L Wall A Co. s Ba xiar. on Louisiana avenue, between Oth and Uth street?, in the oity ot Washington. D. C. on SAT URDAY, the 21th day of September inst., 1354, Com mencing at 10 o'clock a. m. 1 Dunn Horse, 1 Bay Horse, ?e'zed and levied upon as the property of John C. H'7.1eton, and will be sold to satisfy Judicial? No. 1.125, in favor of Isaac Alexander WARD H. LAMON. aep 15-d _U. 8. Marshal D. C ? W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneera. At the Horse Bazaar, 98La.av , bet.9thA loth. SALE OF HORSES, CARRIAGES HARNESS, Ac.. Ac, Ac. On SATURDAY MORNING. 17th inat., com mencii g at teu o'clock, we will ?ed at the Bazaar and Repoaitory, No. 93 Louisiana avnue, be tween 9ih and 1? th ??treets, comnriaing about? FIFTY HORSES, Including some valuable Harness and Saddle llor.-es. lull description at aale. Ai.eo. A large assortment of desirable Family Carriage?, Gerniantown. Rockaway?, Top and No Top ttug ??ies. Carriages, suitable tor Hack?, large Wagon?,, suitable for Sutler's Wagons, Expre?s Wagons, Carts, Ac. Also New and Pecrr.d band Double and Single Harnes?, ?addl- s and Bridb?, Ac. sep 1__WM. L. WALL A CO.. Auct-. Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. Ko. ?520 corner 7thand I) streets north, THREE STORY BRItiTllOUSE AN') LOT, ON THE ISbAM.?. AT ArC.ION. On WEDNESDAY, i: e 2 at Instant. a: i?veand a half o clock p. m.. we *?>a 1 Bell. In front o' tbe tremi????, north half of Lot 19 in Square 284. with the improvpmette, which 1 onsitt of a niod three fitory Bi iek Home, OOntainii g ten rooms a? d large bal'H. Th'? property ha? a front of 24 f? et ?*n irtth ?tr??*t, between south ? and C s'reeti. running back Y5 feet l? inches to an a.ley? and bas also a side alley. Possession given ?oon after the sale Teims : One half casti; balance in G and 12 month?, for notes'earing interest. A deei given and ?deed ot trust tsken. All conveyance? and revenue stamps at the cost of the purchaser. Title indisputable. pep IS eoAd? GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucts. Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneer?. No, 526, corner of 7th and D streets. TWO-STORY BRICK "HOUSE, WITH BASE MENT AND 6TORK ROOM, AT THB CORNER OF FOURTH AND NORTH ? STREETS, AT AUCTION. On TUEhDAY, the 2nth in?Unt, we shall sell, in front of the premises, at 6J. o'clock p. m . the fol lowing handsome property, viz:?Part lot 2, in square No. 5 2. bavins a front of 1? feet, by 75 feet detp. to a wide alley, with th? improvements? which are a good two-story brick house, with base ment, containing good room?, one ef which has been occupied as a grocery ators fer many years. Tt is property is hand?omely located at the corner of 4th and north ? s'reets. Term? : Two-thirds cash; the balance in alz and twelvemonths, secured by a dee 1 of trust on the premises. All conveyancing and revenue stamp? at the cost of the pnre-aaer GBEEN A WILLIAMS, aep 15-d _Auctioneer?. ? ? Y JAB. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneer?. THREE DESIBABLE BUILDING LOT8 ON BHODB ISLAND AVENUE, BETWEEN 14TH AND 1??? BTRBET8. AT PUBLIC SALB. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, Beptember 14, at .?>'? o'clock, on the premises, we ehall aell Lota "P," "8,"and,,T."inaubdivisionof lots in Square No. 211, Lots "8" and **T" fronting each 20 feet, and Lot "P " 1314 feet, ob Bhode Island ave nue, between llth and loth streets weit. Title perfect. Terms: On?third in cash; the remainder in three and nine months, with intereat, secured by deed of trust on the premises. A payment of |25 on each lot will be required at the time of aale. Conveyances and stamps at the purchaser'? cost. sev s-d J. O. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. ?V-TIIE ABOVE SALE WILL TABE PLACE a TUESDAY, Sept. 20th, same hour. sep 15-d J . 0. McGUIRE A Co., Auct'?. Y GBEEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. No ?i-iti 7th street, corner D north. ? LARGE BALE OF NEARLY NEW HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN F?BNITUBE.OFTHE BEST MARE. AT AUCTION. On WEDNESDAY, tke 2!at instant, at 10 o'clock a m.. we shall sell, at the residence of a gentle roan declining housekeeping,on corti ? street, between 9th and 10th streets west, a ?large as sortment of nearly new furniture, consisting in part of? One very fine Frensh Plate Mirror Mahogany Bofas, Castor, and S de Chairs Solid Oak Sideboard with Etegere and Glass Ba"k Ma ble top. Centre and Side Tablea Silver Plated Coffee and Tea St?U Fine assortment of Engravings Three ply and other Carpets Bureaus, Bedsteads, Waahstanda, Ac. Nearly new Cook and other Hove? China, Glass and Crockery War? With many ota er articles too numerous toenu? merate. Terme cash. sep 15 d GBEEN A WILLIAMS, Anota. ? Y W. L.W'ALL A CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEES' BALI OF A HOUSE AND LOT IN THE SEVENTH WARD. By virtue of a deed of trust to the subscribers, dated the 17th day of August, ise?, and recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 203, folios 167.et seq.. one of the Land Becord.?. Ac, we shall offer at public auction on WEDNESDAY, the 21st day of September. at 4 o'clock, p.m., in front of the premie-s, all of Lot numbered ?even, (7,1 of subdivision of Square numbered four hundred and thirteen, (413,) of the plan of the City of Washington, with the improve ments there? n, consisting of a two story Frame House. This property ia situated on south G st., between 8tb and 9th streets weet. The Lot has a width of twenty-four (24) feet, ten (10) inches, and a depth of one hundred and twenty-four feet, eight (8) inches to an alley Terms of sale: One half cash, the residue in six and twelve months, the purchaser giving his notes for the deferred payments, satisfactorily endorsed and beariDg interest from the dar of sale, and se cure! by a deed of trust on the premise?. All conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser. If the term? of saleare not complied with, within five days from tbe day of sale, the Trustees nsaerve tbe right to re-sell tbe said property at th? risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, on giving one weeks notice by two insertion? in some newspaper in tbe City ot Washington. EDWARD 0. CARRINOTON.? Trustee A8BUB Y LLOYD. ___.?, L" . 1 au27 2aw3wAds WM. L. WALL A CO., Ancta W Y J . 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneer?. notice _valuable~~building lot on NORTH ? fTRKET. BETWEEN t?OTII AND ?1ST 8TREETS, AT PUdLlO AUCTION. Will be so'd at public auction on MONDAY, tb? 19th diiv of September next eneuing.at 4>_ o'clock, on the premise? the following desirable piece or Sarcel of ground, hing, situate and being on north L Ptreet 83 fs-t ? lncbea east of its interaection with 21st etreet weet. thence north 7 _ feet to an alley, thenc? west 20 feet,thence aouth ft fest 9 in? cbes,thence west 3" feet, thence aoatb 64 feet Sin ch??, thence eset 40 feet to the beginning, being Lot No. ?. in square No- 7?, containing two tbou ??nd six bundrrd and eighty-?ve ?quare feet, or thereabouts. ... __ v*?j The title belie**? to be undoubted. Terms One-half cash; th? ba'aoce in three equal instalment, payable respectively IB 6.9 and 1J montba. with intereat, the deferred payment? to be ?ecured by deed of tiuat on the premia??. ?t order of Tru?teea. _ sep G d J.C. MeGUIBB A CO., Aucta. aUABTEBJIASTBB GENERAL'S OFFICE, Fisst Division, ? Wssbibotob Orrr, ABgasttl. lesi. HORMES, HORSES. rfOR?BB ' HorMBSuitable for Cavalry and Artillery aervice ?ill be purchased at G1 seboro ' Depot, ia open mar ket, till October 1.1864. ?* ' ^ Hot??? will be delivered te Captai? L. Lowry Moore, A Q M., and b? subjected to the cecal Geverameat inspection beware being accepted. Prie? of Cavalry Hcrae?, 1175 eaoh. Price or Artillery Hors??. ?180 each. Payment will be e?^e/? _*Ly*A' *__""*' Col one! Fi rat Wviel?n. ?,??? Quartermaster General'? Office. AUCTION SALES. m ? PR? BAT?. ?Y JAMES C. McQ?IRE A Ca.. Auctie.eeri. 8MALL DWELLING HOUSE ON SOUTH D BE TWEEN F1BST AND 8BCOND ST RE its On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, September Uth at S o'clock, on the premi.?..??, w? ?hall a?ll pert ?????. No. IS, ia subdivision of square No iH3, fronting ? feet 1 Inch on neuth D street, between 1st ani 2d atreet? west, ?nd running back 11? feet to a pub. lie alley, improved by a two-story frame dwelling house, containing 6 ve rooms and ? kitchen. Terms cash. s?pl2-d_J 0. MoGUIRE A 00.. A??*? J?? Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. PEREMPTORY 8H.B OF TWO ???????? NTsVTC,RTIH?Ta0?? 9G? ST-BKT? M AND On FRIDAY APTRRN00N,8ept Iflth. atSo'clk, ?.,",* P'en.ises. we ?hall sell two v?ry <Je?irable building Lot?, fronting each 19', teet on the weat ?ideof?th street, between M sod ? street?, and tunning back tag f??,t 9 inch?? to ?30 foot ?Hey i9T^m?V. ?\?7lf ?n *Ma' the remainder 6 and on"he preist? iat*r'?< ?*<-???<* H * deed of trust the'puVchaaer1 and reTen,,eet??mP"?t th? cost ?f top 13-d JAB^^c41TJIRE A CO . A nota jJY J. 0. ??????? ?OO., ATotioneer?. CHANCEBY 8ALB OF VALUABLE IMPROTED AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY Under ?nd by virtue of ? decree of the Sapremo Conrt of the District of Colombi?, ?ittinc ia esuity, passed July Sth, 1364, in a certain can??, wherein Sarah Ann Brown ?ad ether? ?re cos pi ailants and Ambrose A. Brown and other? ar? defendants. No. 2.1 equity, we ?ball sell on tho premises, on WEDNESDAY, the Slat dsy of Sep tember, commencing with the first named, ?t f o'clock p. m... Lot No. 1, In Square No. 568, fronting 90 feet en north ? etreet, at the corner of Second etreet weet, ?nd running back ion feet to ? ? foot alley. Also, the north part of Lot *". in Ja? 0. McQiilre*? subdivision of Stanare No. 424. fronting 16 feet 7 inches o? First etreet weat, between G ?nd ? at?. noith. and running back 130 feet 4 inches to ? SB foot alley, and improved by ? three ?tory Brisk Dwelling Honee. Terme : One half i b cash, th? remainder In nia? and eighteen mouth?, with interest from the day of sale, to be secured by the bonds or uotea of th? purchasers, with ? surety or sureties, to be a? proved of by the trustees. Upon the foil payment cf the pnrchss? money snd interest, the trustee? will convey th? proper ?? conveyances ?ad stamps at the eost of th ?mrchaaer. If the terms of sal? axe not compiled with in five days thereafter, the truste?? reservo tbe right to resell, on one week's notte?, ?t the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser. GEO. W. DUYALL. I Trn.t** NICHOLAS 0. STEPHENS. f "??*?? ?a **>.eo?V?i? J. O. McGUIBS A CO.. Anets. ? Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneer?. CHANCEBY 8ALB OF VALUABLE REAL ?? TATE. By virtue of ? d?>rree of the Supreme Oosrt el' the District ef Columbi?, d?ted on the ?lit day of May. A.D. I'M, ? as?.'d in ? certain osase. No. i.*?"i pending in ?aid Court between Joseph R. Ca??in, Trustee, complainant, aud John William?, d efe ? - inn?, the nnd?Tsigned trustee will, on WEDNES DAY, the 2lst day of September, AD W64, ?t ? o'clock p, in.. In front of the premi???, ?roceei to re? 11 all that lot rf ground situate in tne City of Washington and District of Columbi?, know? and designated ?? lot numbered 16, in Square num bered 5. Als??, the east 7 feet 8 inches front of lot numbered 15, in ?aid square, together with tbe im provements on said lot and part of lot. consisting of a lar??- thr? e ?'..ry brick dwelling kouse, with bsck building, (b.inga portion of tne r.?l ?-state cf ?he late Commodore Stephen Cseeln.) The property i? el'nate rn north ? atreet, be tween 2fctb and ?7th streets weit, fronting ?7 feet and 8 inchea on ? atree*,and extending back with that iiiii-i.rra width (.'.7 feet 8 inches) V 9 feet H in ches ? a public alley. Tr? terms of sal.? are : On? thirl eesV (of which the purchaser will be required to pay down ?t the time of ?ale $P?;1 the balance to bs paid in two e<iual in-tallment? at 6 and 12 month? froas thw da? of sale; said balance to bear interest from tbe day of sa'e, and the payment thereof to be secured by the bonis of tho purchaser or purchasers, with lurety to he approved by Ihe Trustee. If the terme of ?ale be not compiled with within ?v day? from the day of eal??, the Trust?e re rerv?s the right to re sell ihe property at the rtak and cost of the defaulting purchaser, by adver tising such resale three tini??? in some one ormer? daily newspaper's published in the City of Wash ington. All convevances and stamp? at tbe cost of the purchaser." R H. LAS KEY, Trustee. sep 12 ttawAda] GREEN A WILLIAMS. Ancts. Y JAS. C. McGUIRB A CO., Auctioneers. B' PEREMPTORY BALE OP SMALL SQUARE OP GROUND IN THE NORTHERN PART OF THK BECOND WARD. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Sept. loth, at 5 o'clock, on the premises, we shall for account ef ihe "United Evangelical German Congr?gation." Sqnare north of 8q uare 278. bounded by 12th street west, Vermont ?venue and north Q atreet, and containing 3.4*50 square fe??t of ground. Term?: one-third in cash, the remainder in : ? and twelve months. With interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premise?. All conveyance ?nd revenue stamps at the cost of the pnrt-haser, s?p 10-d_ J 0. McGUIRB A 00. Anets. ? Y J. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneer?. VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON D STREET NORTH, BETWEEN ? WELFTHANB THIRTEENTH 8????G8 WEST, AT PUBLIO AUCTION. On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, September 2*>t. at 5 o'clock, OB the premise?, we ?hall soil parts of Lot? No?. 11 and 12 m Square No. 2?3. fronting 21 feet on north D atreet, between 12th ?nd 13th sts. west, rut-ning back 83 f? et 4*., inches to ? 28 feet paved all-y. improved by ?brick building two high atories. occupied ?a ? wholesale win? ?nd liquor store. Term?: One-half cash; the remainder ?a 3, ?1.9. ?nd 12 months, with interest,secured by ? deed of trust o? the pr?mises. Title indisputable. Cost of conveyancing and ? tamps to be p?id I tbe purchaser. _? seplO d_J. 0. McGUIRB 8c 00.. Auets. ? Y J. 0. MOGUIRE A CO., Auctioneer?. VALUABLE IMPROVED PBOPERTY ON 10?? ?STREET WEST, NBABLY OPPOSITE FOBD'S THEATER. On TUEBDAY AFTERNOON, September 2 th. at d o'clock, on tbe premises, we snail sell. Lot No. 13, in SQ0?r? No. 347. fronting SB feet on pith street west, between E and F street? north, nearly oppoflite Ford's Theater, ?ad running back loo feet. 1 inch; together with the improvement?, eon ????tin?? of an old faabioned Brick Dwelling House. Terms: One-half in cash; the remainder in ?" month?, with interest, secured by ? deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances and revenue etamp? at the cost of the purchaser. J. C. McGUIRB A CO.. sep 13-d_Auctioneers. ? Y J. 0. MOGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. PEREMPTORY SALE OF SMALL FRAME HOUSE AND LOT NEAR THE LONG BRI DO ?. AND BRICK HOUSE AND LOT NEAR THK ARSENAL. Ob MONDAY AFTERNOON, September 19th. lv>4, at 6 e'closk, on the premises, we ?hall ?ell P&rtof Lot No. 3, in square No. 268. fcoating on Maryland avenue, between 13th and Wi sts.,?nd improved by a small F?ame House. At fc'2 o'clock, on the premises, we shsll sell Lot No. 3, in square No. ua, fronting 27 feet ? inches on ? street, near a1-, street, ?od running back 122 feet to ? wide alley, and improved with ?three? story Brick Dwelling House, containing seven rooms, with cellar; aleo,? brick atable on the re?r of the lot. Terms : One half cash ; the remainder in six months, with interest. Conveyances ?nd stamps ?t the cost of the par ChaSerf?! ? sep 13-d JAB. C. McGUIRE A- CO , Aoct? ? Y BOTELER A WILSON, Auctioneer?. Offiob U. 8. O?PitOL ??t???????, ( WiSHiKOTO?, D. ?., September S. 1844. On SATURDAY, October let, commencing at ?Oa.m., the following variegated and plain Mar ble will be eold at public ?notion, on th? grounds north of the United Stete? Capitol : IOC block? Tennessee Marble. 1 ,??? feet f cubic) of remnants do. 12 piece? Potomsc Marble, ??a cubic fe??t Vermont Green Serpentine. 8 Column 8hafts . _.,,??*_. ., 2.0- 0 cubic feet remnants Italian Marble. At the came time will be sold ? large lot ?f Door?. Shutter?, and Building Materials, of va rious kind?. _ ,..,., Bv order of the Secretary of the Interior, nyo ? CLEMENT L WEST. aepg-dtd_General Superintendent. S ALB OF COND?MNED MTJLI8. .1 .. -.- - --rait. r the Obaervatory, in the city of WaeningtoB, WEDNESDAY, September 21, IU?, ?TW of CBisr Quabtbbmaster's Ornoa, Depot of WASBiiaTO?*, Wasbibotob. D. C, Beptember ?, is64.. Will be sold at public auction, ?ttbejCorrais. near)' on W MULES, eendemned as unfit for public service. Terms? Cash, iu Government funds. Sale to commence ?t 10 o'clock ?. m. D. H. RUCKER. Brig. G?n'l?nd Chief Oaartermsster, ?ep 5-td_Depot of Waahington. aUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFIOB. _ Fibst Divisto*, _ Wastiikgto?*, D.O..Sep'ember2, BM4. Will be sold ?t PUBLIO AUCTION, to the high est bidder, at tbe time aad places nain?id below, vis: York. Pa. Thursday. Sept. 15,1*64, Altoona, Pa., Thursd?y, Sept. 22,1964, Lebanon, Pa., Thursday. Sept. if. 186?. TWO HUNBR1D CAVALRY HOB3E8 AT EACH These horse? have been^J?ndemned sa unfit for the Cavalry service of the ?iras***?? ^^ ^._ .__ for road ana form porrose? manr S*<?o4 bor gain? may be bad Hors?? sold singly. -t(.t?_ narre Terms: CeshiaTnlted *5fifB?? ?. .-*?? Colonel First ?ivieioe, Q. M. ChsaTs Ofic?. Eep*-t2?th A CLOSING OUT BALI . 8 A Preliminary move toward closing taut? nee? the undersigned will offer, for ? limited pe riod their entire stock of DBY GOODS ?ad GRO CERIES at much reduced price? for cash. At tho expiration of the said period, tho balance of tho ?tock. together with the property belonging to the lira, will be offered and sold st public auction. A. F. OF? OTT A; CO.. No. 16S aad 165 Brida? street. sep ?-lot* Georgetown. P.O. ?HOW 0A8E8 FOB BALE.-Juat received eigh* Zltt?P!&1!a7^tito? 0o..610 7tts*??e?t, Uree door a south ofOd?ifet. low?* Hall, IF "?*-*?.