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W. D. WALLACH, Edlfr nad Pr*t>ri*tar. WABHiJsroTOir city: TUESDAY.agPTEMBBR 2*? 1?**? ST- EBADIEO MATTER ON EVERT PAGE. BSE OUTSIDE 70S INTSSSBTINO TELS? QEAPHIO AND OTHER MATTES^_ TELEGRAPHIO NEWS. THE REBEL INVASION OF MISSOURI. Oar f*rces evacuate Pilot Ka*h?The Re Bel* reported -.0,000 streng?The State Militia t* he called ?ut St. Lone, Sept. 26.?General Rosecrans ha* i lined an eloquent appeal to tbe citizens of Missouri, to take up arms In defence of their humes against rebel invaders. State officers ? nd soldiers now discharged are appealed to, and those in the city requested to report to CMonei Laibold, who will combine them with bis own troops from brigade veterans for tbe defence ot tbe city. The entire State militia force will probably be called into the field. Pilot Knob ha* been evacuated, and tbe troops have fallen back to Mineral Point where Gen'l Ewlng has 3,000 Infantry of Gen'l Smith's command. Price Will soon b? with Shelby. Their combined atrencth is from 10,000 to 20,000 men, with 16 piece* of artillery. Their ordnance reached Farrin*ton, 20 miles northeast of Pilot Knob yeeterday. There is no information of the reported cap ture of Cape Girar dean. Preparations for offensive and defensive movements continue. FORREST'S OPERATIONS. Oar Leases at Athens. ? ash VILLI, Sept. 86? Forrest, with hi* entire force, advanced upon and destroyed the Sul phur Spring trestle yesterday. Colonel Pace, commanding Elk river bridge, evacuated that post at daylight Forrest took possseaion this morning. His force is sett mated at seven thousand, with three batteries. On ?Saturday, in the fight at Athena, five hundred men of the 6th and 9th Indiana cav alry were captured. It i* reported that Forrest butchered all negroe* captured who were in Federal uni form. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. Movement? ef Secretary Se ward? Arrival ?f I'nion Prisoners. Fokt MoRBor, Sept. 25.?Hon. Secretary Sewardarrived here this morning and left im mediately for City Point. Mr. Harrington, Assistant Secretary of tbe Treasury,* also ar ri Ted here this morning. Major Gen. Ord arrived here to-day from City Point, and proceeded to Norfolk. Lient. Gen. Grant's batteries fired a grand national salute of shotted guns on Saturday morning, in honor of the second victory of Gen. Sheridan iu the valley. [SKCOMD DISPATCH. | Fokt Mohbo?, Sept. 25.?The flag of truce stesmer New York arrived here at 5 o'clock this evening from Varima, oc tbe James river, en route for Annapolis, with 850 Union prison ers, just released from Southern prisons. Latest fresa Mobile Bay. New Oblbans, Sept. 19.?The steamer brings new* of the gonboat expedition up the Fish river. Saw mills, grist nulls, ship yards, and lumber were destroyed, valued at one hundred thousand dollars. When returning down the river it was found tbat tbe rebels bad felled trees across the stream, and at tbe same time a force appeared upon the hanks of tbe river and fired upon the boat. Tbe gunboat Randolph cleared a passage for the rest of the fleet. A telegraph cable has been laid between Forts Morgan and Gaines. It is thought that the hole in the Tecum sen's bottom Is so large tbat she cannot be raised. Fort Games is in fine condition, but very little of Fort Morgan can never again be made se r ? iceable._ Expedition from Vicksburg. Yicksbubo, Sept. 21.?General Dana has commenced active operations In this district. A large cavalry force left last night, under ?Colonel Osborne, which will be followed by a heavy force of cavalry in the interior. The result will probably be known in about ten dags. _ The Lake Erie Pirates. Tobohto, Sept. 26.?Warrants have besa issued by tbe authorities here for the arrest of several of the Lake Erie pirates, wbo have been ?een in Toronto. LATER FROM NEW ORLEANS. Arrival of the Fung Shuey?Cortina? not at Br*wn*ville?Nothing from Mobile. Steamabip Fung Shuey, J. K. Hildreth com manding, from New Orleans Sept. 13th, arrived at New York yesterday. Tbe most important Intelligence by this ar rival is an announcement m tbe New Orleans Picayune, that Brownsville, Texas, has not been evacuated by the rebels under Col Ford, as previously stated. The Confederates, it says, are still there, and in force. The Pica yune adds, however, that Mexican troops have crossed to this side ot tbe river before Mata moras, and have surrendered to the United ?State? troops with sil their arms. They had been five days without rations. The statement is tbat Cortinas, after driving the French into Bagdad, returned himself to Matamora3, while bis troops, in a destitute condition, crossed the rirer. We hope that more clear and definite, and if possible official reports, will reach us soon re specting these interesting occurrences. From Mobile?News to September 14, by Way of New Orleans. Tbe New Orleans Era eays: ??Our advices from Mobile Bay are to the lith Inst?Wednesday last. At tbat time all was quiet, and the soldiers were principally em ployed in catching fish and eating oysters?not very laborious duty truly. No movements of the army or fleet were being made of which mention cas be made. ??The Monitor Tecnmseh is plainly visible in ber watery bed, and preparations are being mane to remove her machinery, guns, etc. It is now considered impossible to raise her hull, as it is supposed, from tbe rapidity with which she sunk, tbat a large portion of her bottom was torn away by the explosion of the torpedo ??Fort Gaines, under the rejuvenating touch Of tbe Union garrison, is looking very spruce and neat, in fact ? ?clean a* a new pin." It is not a structure, however, that would stand a bombardment Half the weight of metal which was thrown into Fort Morgan would complete ly destroy it. ??Fort Morgan is apparently a hopeless wreck, and it seems impossible that any conr siderable portion of the old works can eve again be made serviceable. Th* Stobt ova Disastbb to thb Sloop or War Hartvobd <Contradi? tjc:>.?We are authorized to say that the rumor of the blow ing up of admiral Farragut'? flagship Hart ford has no foundation in fact, so far as is known by the officers of tbe Brooklyn Navy Ysrd, where tbe story originated, and it is, therefore almost certoinly untrue. It prob ably arose from the fact that out of the party sent out from the gunboat Metacomet, In Mo bil* bav, to clear away torpedoes, ten men were killed and the master was wounded. This of. fleer bas arrived home.?N. Y. Post S7"In one of a lot of old army canteens ra ce oily purchased by a hardware speculator in Memphis, was found the other day, a roll of Treusury note* amounting to 83,000. aVThe grand Luke of Russia has ?> popped the question" to Prince** Dagmar, of Den mark, aister of the Princess of Wale*. She accepts. ?*"The Daniel Pratt who presided at th* ?New York Democratic Convention, was not JJaalel Pratt, tbe ??Great Ameriean traveller." RkT" The New Yorkers are making active preparations to give the Kearsarge a grand re ception when ah* arrive?. aW-Oao. W. Man?, of New York, forged hi* father'? name to a check for several hundred dollar*, and waa arrested therefor. nvsam Medary and S. s. Vox don't pull well together In tbe Democratic harness any more. WeTMain* has over 3,000 Naval enlistment* toward tiling ber required quota. STTa* ?hoe buslnesa of Lynn is extremely dull just now. sV"Tbe heir? of William Penn still head th* Dritten Penalo* Ite?. ??? ??* Maryiapd U?t?tete fair opea* on. Octob?? Si. ?F^?P*M?roa^rirtdarenowonly3e hoar* ?? .?. ?At** F~ ? cheter? has appeared iu Llncoln av- .-eland ? ^r Brigandage is on tb* ??rfreas*In Sontbnra I,Se**rfl? ????? ?dmi? wnoiaeai* daaar t ona fro?? ?-??G* army. nS An ????? *"? '? ChsstarSeld, Mass , U in wwBtwtt? iecond tima tamyaar. ????t.*? cotte? *old ? Beaton last weak at "ZK, C?-- ~~*~*?+ ?.?Tritai? have besa ??nt to tsetr noma*. f OT clipP??f ?*? btkU 0t *0rm' ?NOTICE? There will be a meeting of the , _. Stockholders of the New Building Aesocia ?onon WEDNESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock. for the purpose of organising, to be held at the office of Hsrvsr * Colline, No. 470 7th et., oppo ste the General Post o IB ce. _sep 17-3.* rV_5=^LINC0LN AND J0HN80N CL?B-RAL IkS LT! BALLY! BALLT!-Hon. Mr Oasb. oflndinna. will address tbe Clnb THIS BVEN ING, st 8 o'clock, at the club room, 9th et. _sep27_L. CLEPHANE. President^ ?THE BOABD OF CORPORATORS of the Masonic Hall Association meet on WED ISDAY EVENING,28th inet.. at thecounting rootu of J. C. McGuire k Co._ eep27-_t THIRD WARD, ATTENTION !-A Maes Meeting of the Third Ward will be held on _??DAY EVENING, at 7H o'clock, at Tem perance Hsll. Business of vital importance to all concerned in the draft will be transacted. N. D. LARNXB, President. B. B, McKBAN. Secretary._lt iyig=?RAI/I.Y'BALLYl! RALLY'!! [?? COMB ONB.COMB ALL. iSTl the friende of LINCOLN and. JOHNSON in the citr of Washington, are inviter? to assemble st UNION LEAGUE HALL, on WEDNESDAY EVENING next, at 7 o'clock, to unite with the Lincoln and Johnson Club in attenriing the de menetration by the East Washington Club. A fine band of mus.e will be in attendance. Let all true Union men turn out and euooursge our friende in the east part of the city. L. CLEPHANE, President. J. T. CLEMENTS, Sec'y._?_______ ry^-FIFTH WARD EXEMPTION FUND AS Lk_5 SOOIATION.-There will he a meeting of the above Association at L&ngley 's school room, corner M street east and Pennsylvania avenue, THIS EVENING, at 7* o'clock. The subscription book ofthe Association will be open at the store of Mr. George F Gulick, corner Bystreet south and New Jersey avenue, Capitol Hill, where any person enrolled in the Ward can become a member on the payment of $50. Substi tutes will he furniehed, or the funds of tae associ ation will be divided among those drafted. 1 _. ?_ G.F. GULICK, President. B. B. FERGU80N, Becretary._It, ry-S="8EWING MACHINES RBPAIRBD-No |13 4507th et., opposite Patent Office. Ma chines sent for and delivered to any part of the city._sep 26-lw* fY-=p-FOURTH WARD EXEMPTION OLUB U3 Gentlemen of the Fourth Ward wiehing to jein an exemption clnb can do so by leaving their names and one hundred dollars with the treasurer, Col. JAS Y. DAVIS, No. 3?'?6 Pa. av., under Me tropolitan Hotel._sep 26-3.* ryry=? ATTENTION. 8POST AHBAD-Pris* rol IL_3 liBgattheCENTBALBOWLING8ALOON. Pennsylvania avenue, between lOih and 11th sts., for a bande?me Gold Hunting Case Lever Watch, to be awarded to the person making the highest nnmber of pins in five consecutive games, commen cing Monday, Sept. 26_sep 26 2t* SECOND WARD McCLELLAN OLUB-The members of tbe Second Ward McClellan Jlub, and all persons favorable to the election of McClellan and Pendieton. are requested to attend the meeting ef the Clnb at GEBMANIA HALL, on 11th etreet west, between F and G streets north, en TUESDAY EVENING, th.? 27th instant, at Ibi o'clock Several distinguished gentlemen have been invited and are expected to address the Club. The various McClellan Clubs of the different wards are invited to attend. J. F. HALIDAY, President. W. J. MILLER. Secretary._sep26-at* ??5=???? EAST WASHINGTON LINCOLN IL5 and Johnson Club will hold a regular meet -name? TUESDAY EVENING at Odd Fellows' Hall. 'Nsvy-Yard,) at 7K o'clock. All true lovers ofthe Union favorable to the election of Lincoln and Johnson are invited to unit? with tbe Olub. WM. DIXON, Preeident. JA8. C DULIN.Sec._s? p26 M.TAStN. ?GRAND DEMONSTRATION ?AST WASHINGTON LINCOLN AND JOHN SON CLUB, at the Navy-Yard, on the corner of Va. av. and 8th etreet. on WEDNESDAY EVENING, the 28th inet., at">a o'clock. Tbe star spangled banner ani burgee, hearing the names of Lincoln and Johneon. will be raise 1 on tbe magnifinificent pole erected by the Club. A national salute will he fired, and a fine band of mneic will enliven the occaeion by performing a number of national aire. The following gentlemen have be.? invited to epeak, and given reasonable assurance of attend ance .?Hon. A. K. Rendali. Wie.; ???.Green Clay Smith. Ky- Hon. E. B. Washburn, III.; Hon. L. Sweat, 111; Hon John Lee Chapman and Henry Btockbridgp, Md.; Senator Harlan, Iowa, and othere. All Union organizations and friends of the eause are invited to participate with he Club. WM. DIXON, Pree. JAME8 C. DULIN, Sec._sep IS 3t* ry-==?AN ADJOURNED MEETING OF THE l_L3 Board of Trustees of the Public Schools wiTThe held on TUESDAY next, the 29th instant,at 5 o'clock p. m. eep2.-_t_B. T. MQRSELL. Sec. rv^? ATTENTION, FOURTH WARD!-The citi |L5 iene ofthe Fourth Ward will meet at the OiTyHall EVERY EVENING, until further no tice, at 7 o'clock, for the purpose of devising means to fill tbe quota ef the ward, and thereby avert the impending draft. Every man in the ward is earneetly reqneeted to pay attention to tb ie. Come to the meetinge, and bring your money and your friende. A8BUBY LLOYD. President. B. 8. DAVIS. Secretary._eep22 tf rY-g=?BALLY_ BALLY! RALLY ?-LINCOLN \?3 AND JOHNSON CLUB -A sp?eial meet ?Dg ofthe Club will be held EVERT EVENING, at Union League Hall, 91h street, between D and S streets, at 8 o 'clock. All trae friends of the Union, who favor the election of Abraham Lincoln and Andrew John son, are invited to be present and unite with the Club L. CLEPHANE. Preeident. JNO. T. CLEMENTS, Jr., Secretary, sep lfl tf ?LADIES OYSTEB AND DINING SALOON, at JOS. 8HAPFIELD'S Confectionery, Sixth etreet. between G and H. Partiea, Faire, Weddings, Bells, Receptions and Entertain ments furnished at the shortest notice and most reasonable terms. Tee Cream and Water Ice made by steam power, wholesale and retail, sepl.-lm* ?NEW BUILDING ASSOCIATION.-Booke of rubscription for a new BUILDING AS SOCIATION are open at the office of HARVEY A COLLINS, No. 476 7th etreet, T. M. HANrON, Insurance Agent. No. $?0 7th etreet, WALL, STE PHENS & CO., No. 322 Penn. avenue, and C. B. BAKER, Star Office, where pereone desirous of be coming members have an opportunity to subscribe. When sou shares are subscribed, a meeting will be called end the association organized. sep litt IVOR SALE-? TOP BUGGY, HARNESS. SAD DLE. Ac. The Buggy can be seen at, Walter k Hermann's, 34b D st In-t quire at S. M. MBYBNBBRGS, 4?' M ark et Space, between 7th and 8th sta, se 27-3t TOTICE?FOR SALE.?t?O Bete of one, two, _. - and four-hone second-hand HARNESS, in good order, pearly pew, and 3?0 second-hand SAD DLES and BRIDLES. Apply to H. 8. JOHNSTON, No. 373 Pa. avenue, between ii? and 6th streets, opposite National Hotel._sep-7-lm? ??" A ? 81 HAT SI HATS! All the most desirable etylee of HATS aud CAPS for gentlemen and youth's wear, now rei ready, at B. H. 8TINEMET8'S, \M New 8tore.^^ sep_7-lw 834 Pa. av., two doore from 13th st. TO FAMILIES. HOTELS, AND WASHER WOMEN. ? COBUBN'8 WASHING FLUID. The beet and cheapest article in use. A pint will do a? much washing ae five pounds of Soap. For sale only by BROWNING A KEATING, sep 27-eo2w_8>3 Pennsylvania svenne. VIOTOB BECK BE, PIANO TUNER AND REPAIRER. Established in thie city in 1.354. and until recent ly, connected with the store' f Mr. John__e-*?~^M F, E ili?, and known as tuner for (-hick-Ay^^? ering k Sons, wishes to inform his1 ***** friends and patrons that in future orders for tu ning and repairs of Pianos, Melodeone, Ac, Ac, will be received at the following p'aoee : Dempsey A O'Toole, Stationers, Engravers and Printers, 326 Pa. avenue, between :?th and 1 th atr.ete. F. C. Richenback, Piano Wsreroome, 498 Uth etreet, near Pa. ave. John R. Major, Pharmaceutist, corner of ? and 7th street?. Bbfebkn.ks: Academy ot the Visitation, Georgetown; Miss Juliana G May; Professors J. P. Caulfield. Bent. Reisa, F. Kley._ sep27-2w* OTIOE OF BEMOVAL. JN Having removed my place of business from No. 5_>5 to No. 595 7ta etreet. corner of Maryland avenue. I am now prepared to furnish mv custom ers with the latest styles of CLOTHING either r?ai y made or made to order ; at ae moderate prices ae it is possible tbey can be I asa now receiving my fall stock, which will be complete. Some neat patterns of Ball OVEB SACKS, just received. My Mock of FURNISHING GOODS will be larger than ever "White Shirts, from 82.50 to ?5. Fine Assortment of Neglige? Shirts. Loos wood'? Enameled Collare. 50 cents per pack. Gray's Molded do 40 do All Paper, good, do 2ft do A large s'ock of Undershirts and Drawers. Cot ton Flannel Drawere, se I?rA*",pa__t_?i_Mr,rSJ_?wa make Ac. Ac. GEO C. HENNING, ni* e' AC - Corner7th street and Md. avenue. rep 27-lw* [Chron. Bep. A Union.]_ r00D' WOOD! WOOD I w WOOD AT REDUCED BATES. WOODof al! kindeSawed in any length or size required. KINDLING WOOD. A superior quality of Pine, selected expressly for kindling, sawed short, and fins split. SS substitute for ebsKsal, at a reduction of il per cord THOMAS J. GALT. Oece. Wo. ??? Pennsylvania av., between Eleventh aad Twelfth etreet?, ?7 tf Mill sad Tard. 17th at. aad Oaaal. LOST AND POUND. C? 1 fi RE WAaD ?Lost, a small steel S AFE KEY. f 1 U with fiv? prong?. Call at 504 Pa. av. It* L~OPT-On Snodar morning, on F atreet, between 7th aad 5th. part of a laly'a GOLD WATCH CHAIN. A suitable reward will be paid if left at 365 Ma*?, avenue, between 10th and Uth sta. It* L~OST? In Georgetown, jnThureday, 24tb ?net. a pair of *o!<1 SPECTACLES. A suitable re ward will be *iven if ?tat ? ^^ aep27 3t*_46 1st at. .Georgetown .P.O. L~~08T OR STOLEN?On Saturday morning, at 9 o'clock,? large black BLOOD HOUND, with a white atrip* on aia breast, and a leather strap on h ia neck, with a erosa rio*. A Uberai reward will be*iven if brou*bt to the premise!, ?44 Pena. avenue, between Uth and ?th._It* ?T?CE?Found eatray a GRAY HORS!, with saddle and bridle, about aix years old, in good order. The owner ia requeated to come forward. pror* property, pay ehar*** and take hiin aw?y corner 7th and L atreets, at Duff i 'a Wine Store. sep 27-3t*_ ?1? BKWARD.-Strayed away on the 9th 8ep f I II tember. a dark brown MILCH CO?? with white atar in her face and white apoton her front le?. Return her to HENRY McABDLB, 48* Mary laud avenue. _se as-3f THE GENTLEMEN WHO PICKED UP A lar*e SILVER CHAIN on corner 7th street and Pa avenue, will be liberally rewarded by re turning the aaine to JAMBS M. SLY, at O. W. Palmer's Coal Office, corner C and 1st st. sepy 2t* f?? REWARD ? Lest on the 25th instant, a f JU Black and Tan terrier SLTJT. Had on a leather collar with silver plate on it, also a small brass lock attached to tbe collar, answers to the name of Faro. The above reward will be given if returned to EDWARD LILLY'S Tent Factery, sep 26 3t*_corner djaj st. and Penn'a av. (Tat REWARD WILL BR PAID TO ANY ti? ?J?' person or persona brin*in* an e? tray or atolen HORSE to the undersigned. Description. 3 yerra old: black; 16 banda high; white star and ?mall streak in forehead; hind feet white. Taken from T. R. McDaniel Prince George's, near Pie cataway. JAS. FLINT, se 26 3t*_corner of S and 7th ata., Island. LOST?Between the corner 9th and ? sta. aad Poet office, a POCKET BOOK, containing a 310 note, one dozen black dress battona, liOO note payable to Mr?. Giles Warner, given by Benedict A Biggs. Tbe finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving it at Ne 4 Northwest corner 9th and ? at s._aep 26 St* TOST?On Sunday evento*, a POCKET aad a MEMORANDUM BOOK. Any person having the same will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at the Star Office, or at Ne. 16 Ohio ave. ae24-3f f>1 A REWARD?Stolen from the premises of ?JIU Patrick Marker, No. 26121atat..a BAY ABB, 16 bands high ; about seven years old: blind of the right eye; Ion* *reyiah mane and teil. Any peraon returning thia mare to my address will re ceive the above reward. ___? sep 24-frt?_P. MARKSY. LOST?In going from 7th to 8th, on O or ? ate., on the afternoon of the 22d, a dark purple PORTMONAIE. containing 11.6" in currency, and somegold and silver; also a RECEIPT and aoms PAPERS, of no use to any one but the owner. The finder will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at thin Office. sep 24 3'.* BOARDING. BOARD AND HANDSOMELY FURNISHED Rooms for ma ri ed oraingle persons. Loca tion pleaaant, southwest corner of 2ist aud ? streets._eep 27-3t* ROOMS WITH BOABD, and Table Board with out Rooms, may be had at 134 Pennsylvania avenue, bet. 19th and 20th._aep 26-lw* BOARDING.?The advertiser htm opened at No. 7 4 Missouri avenue, near 3d street, a first class BOARDING-HOUSE, containing rooms of all Fires, newly and handsomely furnished, and provided with every comfort. To thos? who room with her, she offers a cheerful home, the use of a good library, and a table spread with the best the marketa afford. Transient and Meal Boarders taken._sep 26 2t* MRS. HKRBERT. having got possession of her h??use. has several FURNISHED ROOMS to rent with or without beard, and can aleo accom modate a few Table Boardera. Apply at ???. HERBERT'S, ? at., between 6th and 7th sts.. No. ."?4 a_aepi-l 3t* BOARD.?Any lady desirous of securing profes sional care, kindness and home attention, can obtain exclusive accommodation in the small and unobtrusive family of a phyiiciaa of long experi ence, who would assume the permanent charge of an offspring on conditions mutually satisfactory. Address DR. THlER8.No. 1.217 Broadway. New York._sep23 2w* LARGE FURNISHED ROOM8, with Board, at lai West street,_Georgetown. a?p*l-lm* FIRST CLASS BOARDTwith Fnrni?h<?d Rooms, also. Table, can be obtained at No. 351 6th st., between H and I._sep 17-l4t* QQQ FIRST STREET, BETWEEN A AND B. OVO CAPITOL HILL.-Single gsntlemen. or fentlemen and their wive?, can now be accommo ated with large, pleasant ROOMS. Location pleasant. Breakfast from 7 to 8. Dinner at 6. References exchanged_aep 15 Ut* FIRST" ?L A SS BOARD, with Furnished Roems, Also Table Board can be obtained at No. 415 E street, between 8th and 9th. Breakfast from 7 to 9 ; dinner from 3 to S sap 3-loa* PERSONAL. MADAME AHOLIAB, AN IMPRES8BD ME dinm, continues to read the present and fu ture to all who require it with great accuracy, and is able tocounsel upon all important matters with safety. No. 124 9 C street, between W, and 6th ate., Island. _sep 2fi-3t* LEFT HOME YESTERDAY EVENING, the 23d inst.. about 3 o'clock. ELLA TURNER,9 years old, light complexion, dark eyes, hair black and cat short; had on when she left a white cotton dress and a dark straw shaker trimmed with blue. A liberal reward will be given if she is returned to ADELINE BROOKS, on 14th street, near the Oanal Bridge. set 24-3t* ? Y W. L. WALL A 00.. Auctioneera. South corner Pa. av. and 9th street. WM. L. WALL A CO. call the especial attention of Dealers and Buyers to their LARGE AND SPE CIAL SALS OF CARPETING8, Ac, to be held on THURSDAY MORNING, commencing at 10 o'cls:, at their large and spacious Sales Rooms, in the rear of their Auction Rooma,the stock being large, and will boon exhibition on TUESDAY, and offers rare inlucement to Buyera as the atock is all first class goods, and will be sold. nep27-td_WM. L. WALL A CO.. Aucts. /^OAI.! COAL' COAL. AT REDUCED RATES. COAL kept in floored and roofed buildings, dry and free from dirt. WHITE AND RED A8H COAL, all size? constantly on hand. A prime article and full weight may be relied on, at a reduction of Si per ton, from this date. W. B. BROWN, Office, 232 Pennsylvania avenue, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets. Wharf and Yard, Seventeenth street and Canal. aep27-tf_ STEAMER EMPIRE HAS ARRIVED. Cun ~ si enees will please attend to the Jirmimm. reception of their goods at once. jS<g^3***73* Thia Bteamer sailH for New York ooa??makEmWm Wednesday. Sept. 28th, inst. at 9 a. m. Haa good accommodations for carrying borsea. sep 26-2t MORGAN A RHIN EH ART. Agts. CARRIAGES. CARIAGEB, CARRIAGES. On head a large 'stock of new and seenne hand carriages. Partieein want would do well to call before purchasing. ?BTRepairing promptly attended to. Carriages taken on atorage. Rftli'T H.GRAIMM, sep 2g-3t*_?gg Pa av and 374 D at. ???? FORTE. M E LO DEO ? AND MUSIC ? IWW CARD! JOHN F. ELLIS. No. 306 Pkn?ylvahia Avekc*. between 9th and 10th streets, few doors from cor ner of li th, extensive dealer In PIANOS, MELODEONS. MUSIC, VIOLINS, GUITAR8. FLUTES, FLAGEOLETS, ACCORDEONS. TAMBORINES. VIOLONCELLOS, BANJOS. Ac, Ac. DRUMS, FIFES. BCGLBS. IMMENSE STOCK! BRASS and GERMAN SILVER BAND INSTRUMENTS. An assolement of SECOND-HAND INSTRU MENTS of all Sinda. at bargains. Iligheat price al owed for any musical instru ment in ? art payment for new. Having in my employ two of ths heat workmen in the country, I can, at short notice, TUNS, REPAIR AND REGULATE PIANOS. MELODSON8. or anv instrument, at reasonable rate?. . .. Muaic aent by mail. Piano? moved or packed by experienced band?. Any article in the music business always on hand. ? , JOHN f. SLLIS. ?or Oldest ?nd largest Piano and Musi* Estab lishment in Washington, 300 Pa. avsnue, be twee? ?th and 10th at*._a*???"_, SUBSTITUTES FURNISHED OH REA80NA bi* terme 8ubat itutea for eitixena of th? See ond Ward one hundred dollar? lesa than others, by *?? ?I lw* 819 S at., bet, nth and 13th. _ IMS I LATHS 1 LUISI , for sal* on booti Bohooner Gertrude Hortoa.uow inaatOninand'a wharf, foot of 4th atreet east, i ??b?rrele of frwh Rockland Uta* ani SOO.O?o ?Viro* Lathe. _ **?tM ?w* FOR SALE-A good ??cond-hand PIANO. Appli at 4 ?4 I2th suett. ? ? ? ft* 4 O'CLOCK P. M. eOVKRNMEIIT SECURITIES. Jay Cooke A Go. furnish the foilswitig quo tations of Government securities : Washington, Sept. 27,1964. Buying. Sellisg U. S. 8'a Coupon 1T81.....106 107 u. s.s-ao's.loe* p?* 7 3-10 Treasury Notes.??? 108 One Year Certificates.MS ? ? Certificate Checks.96* New ?????Fikbt Board. Coupon ? 106ft ; 5-iO's, lObft ; Certificates, ?1ft : Gold, 194. _ FROM MOBILE. Official Dispatches from Admiral Farra gut?Successful Expedition up Fish River, near Mobile. Admiral Farragut In a dispatch to the Navy Department, dated Mobile Bay, September 13th, says tbat on tbe 10th inst., be again dispatched Acting Volunteer Lieutenant George Wiggin, of tbe Tntonia, to Fish River, for the purpose of getting possession of an engine used in a saw mill on the stream, as well as to assist the army in procuring lumber at this place. The tin-clads stockdale and Rudolph were tbe vessels employed in the expedition, being tbe only steamers, which from their light draft, could be used for each purposes. An army transport called the Panter, with a barge in tow containing some 200 soldiera,tormed a part of tbe force. On tbe Uth instant the vessel reached the Smith's mill, when it was discovered that tbe engine had been removed and buried, but it was, after some difficulty, dug ont, and with tbe exception of the fly wheel and bed plate, removed safely. The army succeeded In ob taining about ??,??? feet of lumber and some Uve stock. When the vessels returned they were attacked from Peter's Bluff", at one of the sharp bends of tbe river, by 60 or 70 rebels, armed with rifles who bad also felled several large trees across the stream. The fire waa returned from the howitzers on board of the vessels, and tbe Rudolph, In advance, broke through the ob structions, and all the other vessels followed in safety. Tbe only casualties were the slightly wounding of an officer and two men on the Stockdale. The smoke stacks of that vessel were knocked over, and a boat of tbe Tritonia waa lost by being jammed between that vessel and the bans. The manner in which the expedition was carried out reflects credit on the officers engaged in it. FROMTHEFBONT. The steamer Thomas A. Morgan arrived here this morning from City Point with the army mails. Tbe different corps of the army are engaged in relieving each other, and the new troops which are arriving there in considerable num bers, are being consigned to divisions and corps. Stirring news seems to be anticipated seon from the front. Sheridan's successes over Early has inspired our troops with the greatest enthusiasm, and they are desirous to earn a little of the same sort of glory. Secretary Seward is on a visit to Gen. Grant at bis headquarters at City Point, having ar rived there early yesterday morning from Fortress Monroe. ??? OBSTRUCTIONS IN MOBILE HARBOR. Official dispatches received at the Navy De partment from Rear Admiral D. W. Farragut, dated Mobile Bay, Sept. 13, state that the work of picking up torpedoes from the harbor is progressing, and that he has secured twenty one. ORDERBD TO THE DBPABTMENT OF THE O?LF. Major Morris S. Miller, Assistant Quarter master, has been relieved from duty in this city and ordered to the Department of the Gulf on court-martial duty. Ex-Gov. DBMKI80K.?lt is believed that this gentleman, to whom tbe President has ten dered tbe position of Postmaster General, made vacant by the resignation of Hon. Montgomery Blair, will respond in person to tbe notifica tion of his appointment, as he is expected to arrive in this city within a day or two. Actiwo Pobtmabtbr Gb-Tbkal.?Hon Montgomery Blair having gone to New York, where he will deliver a Lincoln and Johnson speech to-night, First Assistant Postmaster General A. W. Randall will be the acting Postmaster General until his return. ??????al.?Mr. D. Webster, Chief Clerk of the State Department, who has been on a visit to New York for the past four or five weeks, retsrned to the city this morning and resumed the duties of his position. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FROM MOBILE. Our Ironclads and Gunboats near the City?No Attack yet en the City. New Yobk, Sept. 27.?The gunboat Fort Morgan, from Mobile Bay, on the 16th, arrived this morning. Her ironclads and gunboats were then near Mobile, but no attack bad yet been made on the city. New York Stock Market?First Board. [By the People's Line?Office 511 Ninth street, j I\ Bw Yobk, Sep. 27.?U. S. 1881, coupon 6's, 1.6ft ; U. S. 5?? ?, 100ft; Certificates of Indebt edness, 9ift; Gold, llr.ft; ?. G. Central, llSft; Erie, 94ft; Hudson River, 113ft; Harlem, ?; Reading, 117ft; Michigan Central, 123ft; Michi gan Southern, 72ft; Illinois Central, ? ; Cleveland and Pittsburg, 105ft; Cleveland and Toledo, 109ft; Chicago and Kock Island, 95ft; Milwaukle and Prairie du Chien,..lift; Pitts burg, Fort Wayne and Chicago, 97ft; Alton and Tena Haute, 51; Chicago and North western, 44ft; Quicksilver, 77ft. LOCAL NEWS. Thb Db aft was continued this morning at the corner of l -th and 1 streets, the same offi cer officiating aa heretofore and Mr. Thomas Burns, tbe blind man, drawing tbe names from the box. Tbe draft to-day waa to fill the de ficiency In the Sixth Ward. Eleven o'clock was tbe hour fixed for tbe drawing, but at tbe request of a committee an hour was allowed for tbe purpose of allowing an interview with Gen. Fry in order to have tbe draft postponed further if possible. Atone o'clock the names were pnt in tbe box, and Mr. Blackford an nounced to "all whom it may concern" that the original enrolment was 1.401, credits by the district Itself 29 and by general apportionment 75; quota required 75 and one hundred per cent, added makes the cumber of names to be drawn 150. Jeremish Cross, 13th street, bet Band Q, drew tbe first prize. Tbe other lucky individuals are : Matthew Jarboe, <_ .-t. bet 8th and 9th: Robert Jordan, ? etreet, bet 12th and 13th ; Wm ? Maho ney, Navy Yard; Frederick Strombeiger, E et. bet Uh and 7th : J?se pli Osborn, 453 L st; Philip Ott.r baca. Cal8th et: J?.eph Weise, Navy Yard.Pmmb ing Department: Wm Hanke, 8th st bet I> and B; T. P. Donnelly, Met, bet let sod KT?;W. ? Bobart. L st, bet 6th and 7th; Henry Cormier, 9th st, bet E Capitol and A; Henry Acton, 1st, bet 12th and 13th; Thomas Momerville, 6227th st: William ? Andre, cor Uth and Pa av; Horatio Robey.Sth et bet E and G; Robert Delroux, Uth st; Charlea Brown, Mb st, bet S C av and C; Simon Kins, ?12 8th et; ? Berry. O st. bet 12th and 13th; Geo Haok ard, G et, bet oth and 7th; Henry Horgat., 667 G ?t; Joseph W. Nichols. 1 street, between 6th and 7thj Henry Blatera, 7th et, bet Basi Curii d and H north; Wm. Gupis?, Uth et, bet ? and C; John Rosier,Md av, bet 6th and 7th ets; Henry Costar. ~th et, bet ? and B, John Hasfett, 411 L st; Pai'k McBwiggen. Mut, bri 7 ih aud olir. Jno Bresnahan, corn? ? and 7tb ete couth; Jno D Brandt. 8th st, bstEandD; Henry Bowman, G st, bet 5th aud 6th; John Burns, 6th st, bet ? and C, John McPer knins, 178 8th Ht; Jno Beckett, Get. bet4thand5th;. ? R?ewale, Lincoln Hosp;T Francie. LincolnH.sps Wm C HarblttBon, corner Va av and 7th st; ?am'l Giddin_s, l?th st. bet fi and E; Chas E Nelson...? G st; tre Ma? ruder, corner 8th and I sts; Levi Du vali, nth st. bet ? aad Pa av; Oor's Kastle?. Tenn av, bet 14th and 15 b ate: Geo S Thompson, I st, bet 10th and 11th; Wm Peg?, 11th St. bet Hand O; John Love joy, 13th et. bet G and H; lehn Lichter, I et, bet llth and 13th; Jos Shepherd, cor 11th and ? ets; Geo W Smith, 11th st and ? C av; ThosGlancis, 10th st, bet E snd G; Sam'l ? Tur ner, Ufi 7th et; Jacob Heurnth. Md av and lit h st; Wm Appagate. E st, bet 6th and 7th; Wm Gates, f?7 inth et; Henry ? Ober. 6oi 8th st; Albert Hart, U h at, bet M and ?; JH Bellows. 8th st, bet E and G; Lewie Getti*. Pa av aad 9tb et; Thos Bol ley, Braory Hospital; Wm Marshall, cor Md av and 4th st: Geo ? Thompson,567 I et, bet 11th and Uth; Geo Dice, E et bet 6th and 7th: Thomaa ? Marche, E st. bat 6th and 7th; Geo Washington. c r9th and L sta; Israel Crees. I st, bet 15th and Uth.; Thoe Herod, cor 7t- and G ; Jos Padgett, L st. bet 8th aad ?th; Wm R Davis, sor L and 7th sta; John A Wiltatt, cor 7th aad M sta; E-w Marfitt, cor G aud ?th sta; Wm fieward. E st. bet Uth and 13th; John H Burgees, G st. bet tith and 7th; at Wilkinson, 6th et. bet A and B; John Johnson,MS 5th et; Solen Bellina, llth st, bet ? aad O; Jote Beaaoa, Emory Hospital; fve Bete, cor 7th and ?; John. Johnson, corner 6th and ? abrsats; Isaiah JDaan. O BUeet. betws-n 7th and 8Uj; Chas Carroll, 8S6 8th at. John Cannon, 5? 10th at; Wm Wood. Georgia av and ilth.t: Chas Frank. 9th st betDe_BdB;Ja*?ewertn?, Lincoln Htfapi Thoe VanOastle, E et b?t ?tb and Vth; J at Nixon. 444 L St, bet 6th an? 7th : Jss Laser, Uth et. bet ? sud C; Osborn Dorsey, 7th st, bstt sad M; Irtfi Kidwall,cor 13th at aad Pa av: Bebt McK?nn? 11th st. tot M and N; Walla*. Bradtey .ta \*?"' f Jenkins. 7th st Jbox Q and E; Theoph Howard S .t. beteth and hhjBainl MeOW JBxh at bet ? andC; Jno Gillem,7tb ?t, hot A and East fjapitol Wm ? Crawford. ?57 G at; Jno Littteford. corner Georgia av and 9th at; Bandy Hanaon, corner 7th and East Capitol; Geo H Clark, loth at. bet L and M; Geo Powers. 6th at; bet A and B; Andrew Haran. Lincoln_Hoapital; Willie Cook, 8th st. bei I and K; Wm Krana, S at, bet 6th an 7th, James Smith, lith st, bet Del a ? and M:JaaSud derfleld, 674 G at, bet 9th and Fth, Thoa Blackwell, 9th st. bet C and D; Phil Mrera.639 7th at; Jobn Williame,8th at.bet I andK: John Pumphrey, eaav,bet9thand Uth; Jas Gannon, 57s l?tk at; JasCCrosa. ? st. bet 7th and 8th; Tbos Arnold, lith at.bet Gand?; John Myers. Uth st. bet L and M; Thos Carroll, Md av. bet 7 th and 8th ata; Milton Kerdlej. Lincoln Hospital, D. E. Montgo mery, Navy Yard; Geo Huhbard, loth st. bet ? 0 av and Cet; Richard Roby. 471 ? st. J J Gilbert. Emory Hospital; Henry Stewart, 412 I at eouth; Edward M alley 617 Va av; Wataon Berline. 5W V? av; Geo Barr, 6th, bat G at and S O av; John Man cheater, cor 8th and L ate: Wm Scott. ? at, bet 16th and 16th; John 0 Keith.yth st bat ? Gap and A 8; George Thomas. Navy Yard; Sarouel Crose. 7th at. bet L and M ; Frank Brook?, I at, bet 12th and 13th ; Logans Sack er man, 618 Btta st; ? Fitzgerald, 14th st Government Stables. J F Van Allen, loth at, bet I andK; William Downin*. 7th at.bet D and B; ? Caherally, 8th at. bet ? and G ; Jacob Miller, cor 8th and Va av; William Reuse. 11th st, bet ? and G; William Schoenborn, 667 8th st; James Grace, C st. bet 6th and 7th; Noah Shields; ?th et, bet ? Capitol and A; Forrest Queen, 601 8th at; Alfred W Bowman, cor 11th stand 3C av; Benjamin Mil ler, 10th at, bet ? and O; Jeeae Coatea. Lincoln Hospital; Eli Lear, 533 7th st; Marion Briar-?, G st, bet 6th and 7th; John Beaton, lith at,bet Band 0; Douglass Howard, alley, bet 6th and 7th; Joha O'Mealy, cor 9th and I. Thomas B. Marche, member ot the Board of Common GouncU from tbe Mxth Ward, was among tbe elect to-day. George Washington is in for it again Gentlemen from the Sixth Ward who were present while the drait was in progress, and who are familiar with all in the ward, assert tbat of those drawn to-day a large number are non-residents, and many are also in the ser vice already. To-morrow, the Fourth and Seventh Wards of thia city, and the 9th sub-district (county) will be drawn; the drawing to commence at 1U o'clock. _ High Old Time at the Democratic Wig wam.?Tbe meeting of the Democratic Associ ation lsst night appear? to have been rather a spicy affair. A resolution was offered, it ap pears, some weeks since in that body endor sing the national Int-ll igencer, and recommend - In g it to the support ot the Democracy of the country, which resolution was laid over, and last evening ? was called up by Sir. Wm. J. Wilier. The resolution, apparently so innocent, proved to be a shell crammed with explosive material, and came near shivering the associa tion to atoms, as it was considered by the friends of tbe Constitutional Cnion, apaper pub lished in this city by Mr. Thomas Florence, to be poaching in the territory ofthat paper. Captain Alken, Mr. Clampltt and others ap peared as champions for Mr. Florence, and argued that the Union had been started in dark days, when the very boys who dared to sell it were stoned, and its subscribers were branded as secessionists; and Mr. Florence had lost thousands of dollars iu the enterprise, and it would not be just to set that paper aside now, when things were changed. About this time Mr. Florence entered, and was heartily cheered. After taking a short rest, made necessary by climbing two long fliehte of stairs, Mr. F. stated that be under stood there was a controversy between the Inte.lligencer &nd the Constitutional Union. There should be no controversy between them. He went on to state that he had lost thousands of dollars in establishing his paper. He under stood that the gentleman who offered the res olution ; Mr. Miller) had said that Tom Flor ence had too much to say in the meetings. If the meeting thought so he would draw out and rely on an enlightened community and sound Democracy for the support of his parer. The Intelligencer should not be hustled abiut like shuttlecock and battledore. Mr Miller stated to avert ill feeling he would withdraw his resolution. Mr. Flinn said he could not withdraw it, as it was the property of the meeting, and he further stated that he (Mr. Miller) had taken it out of the drawer in which it had been placed. Mr. Miller indignantly denied the assertion, and? Mr. Flinn reiterated that he did, at the same time advancing from his seat at the table en tbe platform towards Mr. Miller, who was standing immediately before the President, on the floor. There was much confusion and crowding up towards the stand, during which, Capt. Gary was seen to leap over the platform, ahd approach Mr. Flinn, and put his hand on his shoulder as if to separate the belligerents but it was impossible to hear what was said. At tbe same time Dr. B. Blake made his way up, and getting between the two belligerents, acted as a peace-maker, and at length, com? parative quiet was restored, when? Mr. Clampitt said that to restore good hu mor he would announce that a vote had been taken during the day in tbe cars which re sulted as follows : McClellan no; Lincoln 63. Mr. Florence also proceeded to read a letter from the 114th Pa. now at the front, which stated tbat they had taken a vote which gave a large majority tor McClellan, but the confu sion in the hall which had not yet subsided prevented tbe figures being beard however. Calls were now made for Captain Wm. P. Gary, wbo appeared and stated that although willing to advance the interest of the association he did not propose to make a speech. He hoped that hereafter when re solutions were to be offered they would be offered on a night set apart for the purpose. A voice?And don't meet that night. [Laughter]. The meeting adjourned. Charok op Rape.?Yesterday afternoon, Martin King appeared before Justice Giberson to answer to a charge made by Mrs. Caroline Nager that on the night of the 16th instant he, King, ??did have carnal knowledge ot her, forcibly and against her will, by throwing her down." The complainant is a very neat looking little woman, probably not more than 26 years of age and the mother of a little girl. She Is of a very respectable family, but has been aa in mate of an insane asylum. She testified that on the night in question she left her home on 5th street to get some blackberry brandy for a lady in the house who complained ot being unwell. King had followed her home a few minutes before, and when she started on her errand he met her on the pavement and insisted upon going with her. She went to Mr. Croggon's restaurant, but that was closed. King told her that she could get what she wanted at a store near the Govern ment printing office; but when they arrived there it was too late. King asked her to go over the branch, near by. She refused to go, and King picked her up and carried her over the branch, and threw her down on the ground. King produced several witnesses to testify that the complainant is in tbe habit of street-walk ing, following after various men; passing as the wile of a man no way related to her, and upon that representation obtaining rooms in respectable bouses, where she received the visits of her assumed husband, as well as other persons, until ejected. Several testified that they believed her insane, and not worthy of belief on oath. After considering all the testi mony, Justice Giberson decided that he could not conscientiously bold King for court. The grand jury is in session, and the complainant could go before that body, and if they saw fit to indict, then the court would have opportunity to decide upon all the points presented, as well as the question of sanity. -?s? Dismissed. ? Yesterday, the case against Wm. F. Ward, who was arrested Sunday npon a charge ot the larceny of certain bonds, was called tor trial before Justice Giberson, at the Fourth Ward station. Mr. Ward was arrested by A. G. Lawrence, a U. S. detective, but he did not appear at the hearing, and the witnesses were T. B. French and the clerk of the Cen tral Hotel. From this evidence it appeared that tbe prisoner and Mr. T. B. French leit Willards' Hotel Saturday night to take the cars for New York, but arrived too late to catch the train. They went to the Central Hotel, ana determining to leave early In the morning, took a room and retired immediately. Mr. French h?d with him bonds ?amounting; to 9800; these were in an envelope Beside these he bad a small amount of money. About three o'clock a. m. Mr. French awoKe; Mr. Ward was there, but Mr. F.'s bonds and money were gone and the envelope of his bonds was lying on the floor. Mr. F. went out and found officer Lynch and told him of his loss. Lynch went directly to the clerk of the bouse and secured the doors so that no one could leave and then searched the house. Mr. Ward was stripped and searched thoroughly, but nothing wa found on him Ward was arrested Saturday by A. G. Lawrence and confined in the station bon??. Justice Giberson discovered nothing in the evidence to justify the detention of Mr. Ward and dismissed the case, discharging Ward from custody. _ A OnXDiTABLn act.?There will b* no draft in the loth sub-district, (that portion of the county west of Rock Creeks) there being on* man standing to its credit over the quoti. The quota for this sub-district was eleven men only, and Dr. R S. T. Cissel, of Georgetown, wbo resides on the Haguts, generously came forward, and to make a ?ore thing of it, put in twelve recruit*, tbu* clearing his neighbors of the draft aud raakirg on* man a pr?sent to th* government. ^^___ Thb Nnw Mas-Ohio Hail.?We lsarn that the Masante fraternity of thia city have mad* a. purchase of the fine property (late the private residence) ot Mr. Hndson Taylor, corner of 8th aad D streets, for the erection of the grind Maaonic Hall, for which they secured a ciunr ter at the last aaaelon of Onngre??. TS? prie? tiaid for the property was ?45,000 ws hear. It s a tin? position for th* purpose. Thb Dkaftbd Maw.?The following dratted men bave reported to the Board of Enroll ment since our last report :? FIEPT DIRTKIOT. C.?per ScbafTer, alien ; Qeo. LV McClellan, erronoue enrollment ; Henry Hshn. alien ; H J . Cheeeboro, erroneous enrollment ; Herrn an Rotbeny, alien ; William Lynch, alien ; Wil liam Eike, alien; John Sweeney, alien; l?. E. Shipley, overage ; D. H. Moore, erroneous en rolment; John L. Moser, over age; W. A. Freeman, physical disability, Lloyd Hamil ton, under age ; David F. McCarthy, erroneous enrollment-, Lewis Dover, er roneous enrollment; William Ewen, under age; Oeorge Richter, underage; John Murphy, alien; Charles P. Thompson, now in service; Moses Wells, aocepted; John OftOrd, accepted; Michael Hoey, furnished substitute; Alexander Ashley, furnished substitute, Barnard Hay wood, furnished substitute. ._ ? . ?_ ???????H district Daniel Mehrllng, furnished substitute; Chae. Sawyer, physical disability. --? Navv Yard?Yesterday, the flagship of Commander Parker arrived from the lower river. Night before last, a? the Don was on jhe way up, below Blackiston's Island.she was run into by a transport loaded with troops, aad some slight dam&ge caused. The Don made every effort to keep clear, which, however, was uot tbe case with the steamer, which kept ou, and did not stop to ascertain what damage had been done. The King Phillip, which took round to Baiti more the crew of the Ascutney, which were placed on the receiving ship, brought bark a draft or 60 sailors for tbe flotilla, and ale: towed up tbe mortar schooner Matthew Yas ser, which is immediately to be prepsred toi sea. Tbe Ella is expected up to-day with the Sopronia, (mortar schooner, ? which will aleo be put In order for sea The Lincoln and Johnson flagstaff, erected at tbe intersection of Virginia avsnue and 8th street, hss bad a floe platform built around it, and the Navy Yarders expect a big time to morrow night, when they propose to dedi cate it. -? Obphahb' Court. Judge Purctll. ?This morning, tbe will of Henry Lehne was fully E roved, as was also the will of John Clap orn. Letters of administration were issued to Moses Kelly on tbe estate ef Susan R. Ingle, deceased. In tbe case of tbe contested will of the late Josuff Bey, a Turk, who died In this city a lew months since, tbe court ordered tbe following iL-uts to be sent to tbe Supreme Court for trial. 1st. Whether the paper dated August 27th, 1964, propounded for probate as tbe last will and testament of Joeuff Bey be such last will and testament. 2d. Whether before tbe date of said paper propounded for probate; the 27tb day of August, 1-64, tbe said Josuff Bey made a last will and testament. 3d Whether tbe said last will and testament mentioned in issue second, it proved to have been so made was revoked by tbe said paper now propounded for probate. Tbe proceedings of the court in ordering a sale of certain real estate on tbe petition of Mary J. Kilmon, guardian of the heirs at law of John T. Kilmon, dec'd, were confirmed by decree from tbe Supreme Court. Criminal Court, Chief Justice Cartter.? This morning, Leander Prout was found guilty ot steaUng a cow from Michael Kelleher. A motion was made for a new trial. A nolle pros, was entered in the case of Jos. Thomas, charged with larceny. Ann Mills was found guiltv of stealing a guitar belonging to T nos. J. Lord. Flour aud Grain Markst?Reported for the Star by George Waters, Dealer in Flour and Grain, corner High street and Canal, Georgetown.? No arrivale of flour or grain by canal, as yet. No transactions to justify quotations differing materially from those of yesterday. Sales all to satisfy the immediate wants of the retail trade of the city. Flour?Supers, 810 to 810.50: extras, 811-50 to 811.75. Wheat?Red,82.25a82.35; white,823. to 82.50. Market dull and drooping. F''OR RENT?Two large communi, ?ting ROOMS, unfurnished. Also, small ROOMS. Situaticn desirable, near the Capitol and avenue. Apply No. 27 4 ? street, corner 3d street._BSp 27-3t* TO LET.?Two ROOMS, in white front house on Pennsylvania Avenue, opposite Centre Mar ket, between 8th snd yth streets. ApdIv on premises. G.G. JEriaS. sept 87 -3t?_ FOR BBNT-Part of a fine large SHOW ROOM, one ofthe best location? on Pennsylvania ave nue. Suitable for Cloaks, Dreee-making, or any kind of Fancy Business. Inquire at Star Office. sep? _t*_ FOR SALE?One two-home open CARRIAGE? nearly bsw, tbe owner having no further ure for it. Can be Been by inquiring at PhiladelpMa House, corner 8th snd D streets, or C.ugnai Stables, 8th etreet. se? _e-8t* " -' _ G.C. 8H AW. JN BW HAT, CAP AND PUB STORE. I M. O. GLADMON A CO.. No. 394 Ps. svenne, between 4), and 6th sts., two doors east National Hotel, Have just opened for the Fall Trade a Urge aseort ment and the late? t styles of HAT8 ?cd CAP8,r__ BROADWAY DRBS8 HATS, ani a fall varie-VJ ty of MILITA RY HAT8 and 0A PS. fl?* At M. <>. GLADMON A CO.'S Hat, Cap and Fur Store, BSpK'St*_394 Ps. avenue. SPLENDID STOCK OF PALL AND WINTER DBY GOODS. We are now opening a splendid stock of the NEWBST STYLES or FALL AND WINTBB DBB8S GOODS, bought at the "Great Auction Sales" at New York last week, at PANIC PRIOBS. We are also receiving a large stock BALMOBAL 8KIBTS, FALL AND WINTER 8HAWL8, and HOUSE FURNISHING DRY GOODS of e very description. All of which we are prepared to sell very much lower than any other house in this city, as they were all bought at AUCTION FOR CA8H. J08. J. MAY A CO.. sep 2G ?t 30? Pa. av.. bet, ?th and luth sta. MPORTANT NOTICE. TO DRY GOODS BUC EES. Intending to make some alterations in my buaf i n?es, I shall commence selling oil my preset it stock at RKDUCED PRICES. American, Sprague and other best prints II ght colors 37he; yard wide Bleached Cotton. Bias) .wa ter, Lexingten, Hamilton Mills at 48e.; New'fork City Mills at 65c., worth 85c.; Towels at ?_ ad oten, worth *7; French Corsets at $-. worthfj 75; T.fbite. Red and Colored Flannels at 65e-, 75c., 85c.; Skirt Braids 15c.; Balmorals at $4.75, worth $6; lje*t De laine at 55c., worth ps. ;Jonvin'e Black K.j i Gloves 81.25. worth 93; SB spring Hoop Skirts *i. if,, worth ?2; a Urge assortment of Caes i nets and t' assimeres for men and boys' wear; Alpaca, Bien) ?ta, Table Cloths. Irish Linen caee?; Shirt Boa? ne at 35c,' Boys'Silk Handkerchiefs at 25c.; 25? dozen chil dren', wollen Stockings at 25c; 20? yards Spool Cotton 3 for 25c.; Spool Cotton fcr r_>aisting 15c. a dc/en. Call early for bacsains. Bernent) er the St.re. RED POST! RED POST B. NI .MAN, di3 Seventh Street, sep 16-1-*_Three Deo rs fro m G stteet. C?IREMBN'SINSURANOB COMPANY WASHINGTON AND QgQRG ETOWN. CAPITAL....200.000. O?t* Corn Street and Louisiana Avenue, Over Bank of Wttthimt *. INSURE BOUSES a?G?G????? PROPERTY AGAINST b.088 BV FIRE. George a_oet_n-_?.rEOT?*?ohn D. Barclay, Samuel CropUv., Andrew Rothwell, Thosftsa Parker, Eichard Bsrrr, B. B. Flench, Dr. C. W^Dawit, Ssasael Bedfer n, S0*?** *>_,.?? ? William Wileon. T. Edward Clark. No charge for ???*^ AD4MjJi Pr.ild t. ABEL G. D#_YI8, See*!?_sep 22 eo.m TV U. MILLIB k CO.. ' 8UBWITUTB8111 WaWFITUWHJ AGENTS FOB THB QCOTA OF THB DlSTBIOT. No. ft-? Nirth street weet, near Pennsylvania ?*. MIN I MEN I MEN I Al'says ready tn be mustered for one or three teifo, at the most reasonable pri?es. \Fe will do better than any other, A8 "I ABB F.NOWN ANDBELIABLB. _w . ._______. 5 ? -BnsHsere sad others in the bueinees most liberali, <?lt with. __ __ ulhLBJL, ?gplM-a _Jus-loo ef ?b?. Benso?,, COCOA MATTING AT FBIJATB?*LB_-^? have lust r???lv_d for private ????."ggljVa agenta. 1(0 Bolls ot 1.4. aaiSsuarW ^Vg^* STsTTING, of exeejket ?saHtr,?? VallT? Invit? the attention of ?__*??G*? ?^?/??* Co.. Auctioneer and <^"aG?-? __?.??' Soathoer. 9tb "f?^*?1^?^