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scribers will please ssltle with Mm for 1 spere
received since the 1st of August.
V wooU solemnly remind thoee parties who
ea'er our tjtorial JScmc.um und sitaL we
can use so Bolter word our exchangee, that
they muu ceae-a thsir depredations.
Unlets we put cir papers under lock and
k 7, they are lnrarubl; b-oU-u. lefore e gei
a chioce to look them over. It miut and su .
"The time has come when all jealousies, all
divisions, all pergonal alms and asp!r.ltluni
should be banished, eo thu uiated we may ah
etaud by the Integrity of the Republic." &c
bpecalat.oa ia rife as to tlie t'lturu inGVumeiiti
"f cur irmy thiuga the piesect wherenbout
01 General McCMbn's forces Is unknewn
Oa Kridiy it occupied the country belwico
Ilirper's Ferry and Willlatneport, and by tbo
appearance end activity cl the troops it was
judged thatuur lorces were preparing iir wh i
, fver might ar!o. The euemy will not find us
The Baltimore American of yesterday mom
Ing, aaje that General Sujmer'e corps now oc
cupy Charlestown. On the contrary, tie ifir
thinks this enact be tra, as two brigade, oi
rebel Infantry, the Sixth VlrgUa cavalry, a,c
First ll.uylin J battery, occupied that place or.
Saturday. General Sumner a pickets were
within two miles of Charietown on Silurday.
It is said sin J that General Grimes' corps hold
Loudoun Height.- This is now our left wing In
Gen. McClellaa isbj-yat work, preparing,
it is supposed, to put his entire force over the
river into Virginia; but of this, as of all tls
movements, very little is known to the public,
or even to newspaper reporters and letter
writers. We can conjecture what Is comlcg shortly, if
the rebels remain where they are now supposed
to be; and lb it !s--a great battle. But the
rebels eo freq leilly rl cdsddle, and fall to carry
out the prcgrammea mide for them, that it is
Impossible to lll There they will turn up or
what they vill do text. If they remain, and
make Winchester llio base of their operations,
as It Is tuppc"'l hy some they will, look out
betoro many d lor some, pretty herd fight
ing. For soma time put, it has been thought that
ins rebels would leave that part of Virginia
wiere tbey njw ate, at. 1 go to Whtelijg ami
f jrm a junction of tbulr eastern ard v.oslern
forces ut that point
We miy be assured thit thy will dj any
thing, mike any move, that rioou s fnage and
supplies, unites it bj itteudid uith ton prent
hazud. Tcev will nk much, and lo aluicet
imprcbtbie tlnn6J by tho v ay of dish- but
a movement, such as an tidnnce over tin
mountains to Wiftero Virginia eonteiuj late,
is more easily imigined than rnnsumuuttd
Of couren, ihey cannot take their entire
force over to Wheeling. A pirt must go to
Richmond, and those that ilo cross the moun
tains will jrobably mct some gen le rel.uDs
before they atcoiDpl.fch all ibWr wort in K n.
tucky, and Teuatesre, ui d OLio.
But wu will uot rptCiiUte upon the prcbable
movecnts cl the rtlrfi, lueau e they v.ry
rarely tauve us we wUh them ti, r aa our
people mirk nut Tor Item. They bfivn n ; y
of tbiir oa n.
It will be i"a, by oi.r latest d'iubec Iiwra
the Wist, ti'nt thtre i3;oxc si mLo news Inn
tbatrjuaricr Ibo iact tb.il GtncralJrlfcr'on
C. Davis ha e!.ot Gemrsl Ni.lijn is an alarm
ijg iac:. The Utter i e nd 1 1 La't bein leiy
C--1.1 -.cl Zi- .vi- .o his El.- J that it ,vas
n,wL i- bujj.-.' ,-;jl-. .uurcu.iu uusi
ii.h'j a tabors or uoqijapj lining aii-.
from thte T.cuuy iL-ird. stiuaiio we Know
not, and call aj tell it we did
Kt'iiiMU K:.ov.i.LD(jt. or AMintii-. Amu.".
A i-te L'jgliu journal latoro.s its reader Ui
Gen. Fremont ha3 been appointed to the vom
raioi ot the nt army corps under Gen IVpi
tbarthe Contederates had uaptLrtd "Battulion
Rouge '' with iuur 1 tdtrul regimtuie aud tour
They inloim us " tLal Gej. MoM.y bos made
u tpcich in Waehiugtou, devoted to the abute
of the Eaglish ParllsuKtit, pre"f and petpix,
and laudative oi France uud Russii.T' And
also, tbey eptak .1 ttu AuIn-Sazoti having
luiLg iurrcrited off Cape Dace. Dright I-
lowj, ths Hriiisbeis.
TnB L'ox'TiTiTio., Bi uruiu Wade, i.r.o of
tbe high prlo.u m s,ealnl Kupublic.iniiiin in
.the United blales Km me , ai I in lilt place that
tLe min ho"qunles llio L -t tutlnn In this
great eriHis a i traitor "iJujfufo Curii ,
We havd net tho lustiest opi u , f y?nnti r
Wade'a TO' deration b mis raj I trdl bulir i4
that be uttered tLe ah miuablo vcnuieem
i.bove 'Uuled. "VV ill the Courier tell ns 'men
und W6ert Iheao iionli were usod Will n
joease faic-r usuitb tbe pst?e in inrl. thuy
are purported t.njeeui Alhai,' J.'t uv,j Imu
lab cuuaio cowr win u t a si.er juu:
icquiry, because, and siuij 1 becju'e, it kuows
lhat U has wrt-etcd .Mr. Wade's words ticui
tLur eccLtctioU aud Iruo ui.iuIlr li is il,
vocatlou el iucb priuts to cni-rtpn en. u!
garble tbe speeches uud words of loyal mea, to
eovir up Ibeir own treatou.
Ecrmvui. orEriiL Prisomiih, h Is under
etood that tbe War Department has decided to
exchange lbs State prisoners now conflj d In
the Old Capitol pibou, fnr Union pns'iiers
new iu conflnttnect at Riebmoud It is stated
1 tat Mr. Weed, Superintendent o ihe Old Cup
itol lrlsvn, will be scut Io Richmond Io efisrt
MK-CTIHU UK TIIK OOVKIHUItli,
No more important meetiag has ever been
convene I on this continent than that of the
Governors .if Ibe loyal (Hales, ut Altooua, last
When we consider the condition of the coun
try, the real or supposed conflicting Interests
of different sections ol the loyal North, tbo
Very serious di'iulers our army had experienced
tho last I'wweiks ibe excited ftalo of Hie
nublic mind, lb unavoidable and different
conclusions tu v.hich the public had come le
pecl'ng the gemrala in the field, and as to
w ho can best 1 ml our noble and bruvc soldiers
to t ictoi vttal all tboeo quoetioas, and many
more of au equally trylog nature, would be
l.k.-ly to fotce themselves upon Iho consldera-
d;u of these raii, and that, under these clr-
cuuistances, the meeting did not break up In
ftbat cenvt fondly hoped It would a row it is
truly wonderful, and bespeaks the genuine and
rfhole hearted patriotUm ol thera eminently
Tbo contemptible scribblers and "penny-a-'inrrs"
of the New York ieraJJ, JVorM, Ktf ress,
and papers of that Ilk, determined kelorehand
to have the meeting a failure, and wrote it
down as such afterwards. But to their utter
discomfiture, their prediction in advance, and
their wholesale slanders afterwards, failed to
be verified. The patriotism of the loyal Gov
ernors triumphed over personal predilections
nd mere political opinions, and each, and all,
temed to vie with one another lu the mainte
nance of our holy causo. i
We do not know all these men did and said on
in Is occasion, but we do know that thero was
no row. We.kaow that they agreed unani
mously to support with all their might the
loyal cause, aud pledged all the material aid
and military power of their great States, to the
'resident, lu this behalf.
We know that they behaved splendidly, that
t:ey acted like hue men and pa riots, and that
they have tbus disappointed the hopes of tuiall
lartisin politicians, secession sympathizers,
ind nil that class of men, who hoped to see
tneso Governors at loggerheads with the Pic'
Ider t on bis emancipation proclamation. Never
before have twelve or firtei-n mn, representing
t uh mighty interests, met and acted upon
.zreat and weighty matters of State with so
much harmony. The subject matter of the
President's proclamation wis one that might
irell crctsloo differences of opinion, and yet
there tnems to have been an almost unanimous
assent to this important State paper. Governor
U.-adtord.nf Maryland, did not sign it He re
(used, however, from no captious spirit. No
one doubts bis sincerity or noble pjtriolism,or
the patriotism of a large mnority of the pco.
pie of Maryland
On the whole, we are content in believe that
this meeting of the Governors is a significant
sign of the limps, and an augury of good In the
Amu moi s - T bo complete and comprehen
sive plan .of Mr. II. M. Tierce, president ol
Rutgers Institute, New York city, for greater
ifticiency in the ambulance and field hospital
arrangements, will, in all probability, be put
into operat'oa Ihiswirk. No more Christian
and humano wor', has enlisted tho sympathies
and aeiive 1 ibor cf any one during the rebel
lion The fri'mln ami relatlt ea ol half a million
cf our braie Union soldiers are Intensely In
terested in the success of Mr. Pierce's system
lie plan for tbu relief of our sick iu hospital',
and tbe Immediate rs moral of tba trouaded
from tbe battle fiIJ It Is believed by those
rompelent In judge of the past Inadequate prep
arations for tbo i tire t-f those who tall in battle,
that had bis propusnlnn been adopled whea
llrst proposed, before tho last battle of Bull
Hun, biindrsds of lives would have ifc-cn savtd.
llrri'tcfoie worlhleea and disabled soldiers
hare linu dt.jilfd for Ib.si imposes. When
rfln vi I I 'in mililiry rrtriluti, IhSy have
bee in mifU'p tat1 cart'lei.f, and unmannge.
abln, and buvu proud v.liolly unlit for the
dui'.es to wbirhth.y hive been nrsigned. Able,
huniaue. ,ti tlligent, and patu.-iiic men, will
now be mll-trd, niusleied iulo the United
Stales itrvioe, Intruded and drilled for hospi
tal duty. There will thni !, relurued to tbe
ranks at least If. Odfl Hgliliug Men at prfsent
engaged In this service.
This new system, which will revolutionize
uur present hospital arrargemenls, finds unl
itrsal a""f piance not only with tho people nf
our lnval States, but wuh the soldiers In the
CVd,vItb our army t fficers and trllitary an
lhoiitie. it will be rf immense assistance to
the Sur;ern General, whn has long felt tbe
need cf eucb an orgTini''atlnn. The Governors
of the loviil Slates have rreiily assisted Mr.
1'ierc" with ili-ir r"iinel end l&flnence wbh
the S crtury cf iVnr and General Ualleck
Ite iidoptiou ff ttis salutary Improvement
rUbus gieat credit npen our War Depart
Hie amoi.nt of pooi ibis new army corps
will accomplish is Incalculable. It will cer
tiiiilytvi new heart and eoofidence to our
s i'd ir-, vsbiu polug into battle, will greatly
faciliiiiiu rtfruiliiig, a'nd tend to relieve tbe
aLXieiles. cf tLr-e baring friends iu our noble
I am lufornicii by a f-entieman !gh In the
r lindanes ot tbe Administration, that tbe
President bas bad in contemplation, for some
time, aud will shortly Issue, another highly Ini
Dortant tinelamatiun. it may, therefore, be
expected ut any moment. It n 111 proclaim the
lotto of FlornU, at onco.to be under the juris,
diction of the Foileral Government, Inviting, at
Ibe s ime time, all Tree laborers from the North
and Wont, while and black, to settle In said
Slate fir tho purpose of cultivating cotton.
The President will ru.iranteo them ample pro
tection by both the army and navy. The State
crnstllutiou la to bo net aside fur the preueut,
and the S( ite redm c I to a territorial ronditlnn,
and governed aeeordinaly. It Is said that this
is only I nl lilting a prliry which la to he largely
nrlopled hereafter, if it should prole success
tul. Tho J'residoilt hope-, by Ihla moans, In
make ample provUion lur Ihe cultivation of
o tti n, hot only for our di ineatic iants, but to
supply foreign (J ovoriiinenta, llmreby obviating
tbe ueress it) I' r intervention.
Tb" above Is from the New York Utra'.l. It
is in tie fern of n dlspnleh Irom Ibis clly,
I 'i . iiiiilniion probably, it has this extent,
it I- kio wu bere, and to tho country gener
ally tbatllju Vly Ttiajer has stnrledlhe pro-
jjei ued Lis I ei-n .n,r euceuslul us Io raise
a considerable colony to in In Honda and do
tbu very Iblof under the proleellnn of tbe
Government. 1 hU, wo are inclined Io believe,
is all. The JhralJ Hies by sensation. Some
times it hits, and sejietlmtB it don't.
A gentleman met from Waterford, above
Leesuurg, where tbe rebels were lately seen,
says that the residcnls who left there through
lear tlf the rt bels, ipive now safely returned
Geu flooker is reported to have said since
tne late ngais, mat ne wuuiu rainer leau vol
unteere into battle than regulars.
An Inside View of Beoession,
Letter of a North Carolina Father to
a tomrript Son.
Illtler Coiiiplsilnli Urolon Pledges
Tlivt Ms ofa Counter Itrlirlllon Dltssit
Isfmr t Ion nribf'ntirrlpts a III it si, tint
Through tbe kindness of Uuptalu Uarrover,
of lliu Second District tegiuienl, a lelUr, taken
from ll.o body nf a ribel soldier In uno of Ibe
late latllca In Maryland, baa bceu f.uuaiikd
to ua for publication. We make tbo Mlowlng
extracts from Ibis epistle, which Illustrate one
phase of this wicked rebellion. We.,pmlt
names and particular localities, so as not tu
involve the wiiter lu difficulty :
, Noivrn Cattouvi, July 1, 18(12.
Mr Dun So: I hope
tnesei lines wilt una you doing as wen as a
poor soldier can. I have good news to write
you : We have examined your age, and find
you was born the 18th of July. i; conse
quently the conscript law won't rotch you.
bnow the encioaeii ceruncaie oi your age io
your colonel, and come home, as you have a
rigui. incy say tney nave presscu an over
and under the conscript age for ninety days
longer. When that Is out, come home, for you
have as good a right to come as any of the rest
Though, I suppose, tbey will make some other
law to bold you if tbey can, for tbey have
orosen iires pieages aireaay: i. loiei you
all come borne when your twelve months was
ont. 2. If you would enlist, they would civf
all furloughs to .come home. 3. On tie IGib
ihey would let on all under and ovfr age.
They have not and will not fulfil one of these
solemn pledges. Tbey are not golnwto do
anything tbey say tbey will, If Ihey tan help
If, for they know Ihey are badly whipped
Now tbey are conscripting. The conscript
bere are the maddest men you ever saw. They
say tbey don't Intend to fight Tbsy can make
them go, but they can't make them fight The
most of them say tbey Intend to go to tbe North
tie first chance; aud I don't blame them, for
there is no justice in such a war. There never
will be peace till they kill off all tie men, or
they all rebel and come home; for It Is given
tip by all the smartest men In this ountry that
tbe North will whip and the sooner Ibe better.
I don't want you to fire nuother gun at the
North if ycu can help It. Do like some of the
rest shirk out of If. Tbey say It Is no dis
I beard this evening fbat started this
morning for the army. lie has gone after his
son D . He says he is under age, uad ho will
letch him homo to stay. I would lave tent
something to you, by him, ff I bad known of
his going. ' There are about
50rt men at Warm Springs now, In caup. They
are drilling everyday.
I can't tell you anything about my feelings.
Nobody knows my troubles but mysdf. Your
poor father has a great deal on bin, as your
sisters' families are now on my hands, since
their husbands have gone Io tbe war. There
Is a great deal of sickness here. J L
has not gone yet He has been trying to get
somebody to go in his place, and failing In that,
he made an effort tn get appointed deputy
postmaster, and various other ways to get him
self exempt, neeavs the Yankees will never
get a pop at him. lie and old G are tbe
very men that ought to go, but they are the last
who will. ' blnce 1 began this letter I have
ascertained that vnur cobnel baa a perfect
right to let von oil, on ascertaining your age,
so, my dear son, I have great hopes of seciog
von in a very short time. You will have to oav
back your bounty money beforeyou can get off.
Your brother and sisters send their bast love
to you. Write soon, and let ns know what
your colonel says.
We still lemaln, as ever, your affectionate
father and mother until death.
In vain will tbe true hearted father, mother,
and dear friends look for the coming of Ihe
dear boy. " Broken pledges1' sent the son
to the bloody field of death. Waiting hearts.
which beat high wllh Ibe hope of the'epcedy
retnrn of tbe loved one, will welt In vain.
Hope, fear, doubt, and despair will f, How
each other, as the intelligence of " missing" Is
brought home. The bitter words of the father,
There is no justice iu such a war," will burn
Into the beans of many bereaved ones, who ro
fltctfor a uionieut on the cause cf all this.
Tne Late Kallroatl calBinltytonilllton
oi in Bunarera ut-iiti I'tisontn mift
Special Cone poniloiice of tbo luijitirer.
llinattei nil, Sept. 27, 1802.
The great collision on the Gutnbeiland Val
ley Uailroad visleulay, slut engrosses attention
hero. It seems that tbe englneors of both the
colliding tialns disappeared soon alter tbe col
llalon, tearing that tbe excited soldiers would
take summary vengpance lor tbe loss cf tbiir
comrades, upon me psrsous ot mosein the im
mediate charge of the train, as the moat terri
ble tnrea'a were nearu. no mama can, now.
ever, be altached to tbe engineers, wbo were
under orders irom EUpt riore. it is not possible
that nny ssne man tcvll be guitty of the dark
and damning crime of deliberately conceiving
and carrying into execution a collision, the
consequences cf which have proved so dread
ful. Nor are the superior ofiicors of the road
an exception to the rest ol mankind ; tbey are
as Inuoceot cl crime as are their employees, so
far as deliberately plotting tie collision Is con
cerned. But thete has nevertheless been gross
aad unaccountable m'sminagement somewhere
Tbe rich and Influential should not be allowed
to saddle tbe blame upon the poor and Inno
cent, to save tbe business of tbe road from se
The wounded are now doing well. A groat
manv have been removed to l'iilladelpbla and
Resding by their friends and relatives, eo thai
there now remain only some fifteen or twenty
In tbe hospital here, their wounds being of too
dangerous a character to allow thefr removal.
IDe leiegrapn companies nave anowea mem
Ibo privilege of teb graphing home In relerence
to their coiulltiuu, Irom time t, time, without
Hampton Harris, tbe escaped slave, Is tbe,
only oue thitbas died since yesterday nooo,
miiklog the ninth life sacrificed to mismanage
ment, lie breathed his last late last night,
manifesting a very pious state of mind. He
was regarded by those that saw him and con
versed with him as a very superior negro. 111b
body wss sent to Philadelphia withthe-ven cl
tbe killed, bis rnfflu being uniform in appear'
ance and quality with the rest, which was at
tbe ri quest of tbu men of the Corn Kxchange
companies, with whom, it seems, tbe negro wus
a great favorite.
Although several ate very dangerously
wounded and iu a critical condition, all will
bs very likely to recover, although many will
be very much uaimid and crippled for life.
Iu this connection, it is deserving of noltce
that, of the rebel wounded In our bands, many
are quartered Iu llarrlsburg, wbere tbey ure
well taken care of by the ladles, wbo know no
distinction betneen Irlend and foe that Uo sul
ferlug together. TbU uoble action Is worthy
of record ; it is one cf the brighter pages in
tbe history cf eivil war aod bloodshed.
To-day there wero over eighty rebel prison
ers at Camp Cnrtln. This afternoon ever bull of
tbem weie relented, having takeu tbe oath of
allegiance to the United States, explaining that
tbey uetent northern cirio, anaimpresseuiu
to the rebel service against Ibeir will. Tbe re
mainder will be sent to Fort Warren.
Tbe 2lsl, Col Murphy, and tbe 22d, Colonel
Wickersham, Pennsylvania Militia, arrived
hereon their way borne to-day. They will
Blart for home tj-nignt.
Order Concerning, htale Prisoners.
Hi-ADOCanTtni) MiUTiRT DisrniCT ot'
WafniMJTO.v, September 29, 18C2.
Orders All prisoners of Stato now on parole
by authority Irom thesa headquarters, will re
port In person forthwith to tho Military Gov
ernor ol tbe District cf Washington.
By command of Brig Gen. Wj.pswotii.
JOH.N P.SU1BDCBJ.E, Ais't Adj't Gen,
PAT TUB aULDIKUS I'ltOMI-TLV.
There are cimtant complaints that tho sol
diets In cur army are not paid promptly. -Tbe
rhfef difficulty is said to be Ihe failure of
officers to make out the necessary rolls. Bui
from whatever cause Ihe; mischief, nriree, Il
should be corroded. gf
J An intelligent correspondent, connected
with tho army, wiites us as follows :)af
'There are1, lylnr- In sight of the Capitol to
day, thousands of men tu whom Hie Govern
ment owes four and six monllw pay unnecee
sarily. Thirteen dollars a niotilh Is not much,
to be sure, but it is all, to mauy a poor sol
dier'a lfe aud children, that tbey live ou.
I speak lor Ibe army. 1 ipeak of a wrong,
that is all tbe more wrong because it Is un
complaining! submitted to ; u wrong that
will demoralize our army If it is not righted.
While the Government holds the soldier Io a
strict accountability for a lolatlon of his
contract upon enterltg Its service, let il show
some little regard to' Its part cf the Inrgaln,
and ceasa to tatten on IU own Ill-doing.
The remedy asked Is simply this : Let us
lie paid every sixty days, or let Ihe pajmis
ters be dismissed the service. If our cfllceti
are not competent to make out prompt and
correct muster rolls, let them be removed fot
incapacity, without exception ; let us have a
reform in this vital pirt ; let the private sol
dier be protected, and my word for II, It will
be better for all parties.
I ask that soldiers who have come within
sight of tbe Treasury buildings, alter a six
months campaign of unusual severity, shall
not be permitted to be rent into the field
again, for, rhaps, another six months witbont
money enougn to pay tne postsge on a letter
home, just becanse their officers are too lazy,
too ignorant, or loo few, to make out correct
muster rolls. Let a reform be made, and let
the soldiers know that it U for good
Oxk or Grv. Kioel's Mrv.
Ooss-TCTictT SoLPiim' litUEF AnsoctiTioN,
An adjourned meeting ol this asso'clation was
beld In Temperance Hall, E street, on Mondiy
evening Vice President Bradley tn the chair,
C. K. Dalley secretary. Tbe report of Ibe com
mlttee on organlzitlou was presented end
adopted. A special committee, consisting cf
Hon. G. Welles, Secretary of the Navy ; W. A
Bradley, Esq , and Rev. C. W. Denison, chap
lain, U. S. A , was appointed to inquire with
regard to the expediency of establishing a
State hospital In Washington for Connecticut
soldiers. A committee was also appointed to
take the necessary steps to aid the Government
in tbe proper burial of all the soldiera of th
State dying in tbe District of Columbia. This
commttteo consists of Chaplain Denison, F- A.
Parker, and C. Spencer.
A special meeting of the association is to be
held In Temperance Hall next Thursday even
ing, at hall past seven. It is hoped there will
boa full attendance of a'! tbe sons of old Con
nectlcnt, as the visitors at tbe different hospi
tals will then be appointed.
&A number of rebel prisoners were
brought In yesterday from Geu. Slgel's bead,
quarters. Five ol Ibem were conscripts, im
pressed Into the rebel service at llaymarket,
near Warrenton. Each or the conscripts bad
a written notice to report themselves for duty
at Haymarket, on Wednesday, Oct. 1st. The
following Is a copy of Ihi notice:
UiTiiisKKT. Sent 22. 18C2.
Charles II. Larkin, an enrolled conscript, is
hereby ordered to report to me at Warrenton,
on Wednesday, Oct. 1st, or be treated as a eie-
wrrr. jame i.. ns:RRri.i.,
1st Lieut, and Enrolling Officer, C. S. A.
The prlsoneia were sent to the Old Capitol
A Sctcissnx Rsjoowoisim'K. A parly left
Gen. Slgel's headquarters on Thursday morn
Ing last and balled at Brlstow Slatlou. on Fri
day morning. Tbey proceeded thence to War
renton Junction, where ihey met a considerable
force of the enemy. There was a cavalry regi
ment of rebels and one battery of aitlllery.
After a few rounds the enemy skedaddled!
Our force captured eight wagons loaded with
quarlermastt rs' end commissary stores and
several moles, and brought tbem on.
TUE FyCIPJ.TIilN PROrUMlTtON' t IiOHlON
The Boston Travtlltr, of I rlday evening, cor
tains tbe fullowiig cell.
"All wbo sympathize wilb Ibe Preiddenra
emancipation prcdamatlou are invited (o meet
at the Tremont Temple next Sabbath afiernoon
at half past lour o'clock, to unite in public
thanksgiving and praise io Almighty God, aud
iu prayer lhat He would eo overrule this act of
justice and humauity as to speedily restore
peace, anu wun it universal ireeuom inrongn
cut our land."
CanmcDiiVTHE Potomiij Fi oi in a, Sev
eral boats loaded wilb dry goods, provisions,
and clothing were captured by tbe lower Po
tomac flotilla, on Sunday, while I'n iraiuifu
across the river into Virginia.
icon. ami. Uarrier arresied. a man
named Archibald Sherwood was arrested yes
terday, at Fairfax Court-house, on the charge
cl being a rebel mail carrier. He was com
mitted to the Old Capitol.
Gen. McClernand, wbo Is now bere, will have
an important ommsnd in Ibe West.
Camp of Convaleirenti near Alexamlrln
A rellablo conllcman. of this cltr. who had
ocCHalon to visit Camp Ellsworth, near Alex.
aoaria, last weeK, ions us mat more are yn.uou
men In what Is called the " Convalescent hos
pital," and they are In a horrlblo condition.
sjomQ of the men are mero strsgglors, who
navo oeou picKca up ana sent inero; others
are paroled prlsonors. from Richmond and
elsewhere, and still others are convalescent
Boldiers. awaiting transportation to the r re?
ments, while many are sick and dylngfor want
or I'.iienuon. All are ainy, rarg-ea, anil nair
rationed, aud many, lefosted with vermin, are
packed, promlscuoti-ly, In olnse quarters not
nt for hoes to Inhabit.
We make tbe following extract from a loiter
written br a soldier at this post :
" Ihey dispose of us Just as hogs are packed
in lus earn, unu e-nuuni icei a I 1VII answer
Irom private or ollicer. For (lod's sake pet us
out of this. If DOSBlble. Many ol tbe men. hare.
are covered wllh vermin, and our wants aro
not half attended tu. We are not sick men nor
stragglers. We have norkod bard and faith
fully. Tell (Jon. . about our condition.
Ho knows now faithluiiy wo have always work
ed and fought. Lot us be sont to ou r regiments,
where we eau do soniotbihe for our onnntrr"
Ills hopod that this miner will recoive the
attention oi me aumoruie-,
An Unknown SulclUr
Mr. Sands, the Covernuient undertaker. as
called on, on tbe 25tb Instant, to bury the body
of an unknown soldier, wbo diod on the steamer
" Ann Cllra," on bor way up Ibe Poloinao.
In his pockots were fouod two or throe let
ters, a testament and other papers, whloh go
to show tbe name ot tbe deceased was M. S.
(Irout. A daguerreotype v as also found amonc
his effects, which presented one of the meet
Inlereatiug groups wo ever beheld -no doubt
Ibe family of thomfortunate man. There
were the wife and five lovely children two
hoys, two girls, and an Infant In the matornal
amonc his Dansrsia a Docket dlarvbr which
it is seen lhat the deceased was a member of
some New York battery, was In the Shenandoah
Va'iey campaign, ar.cl on tho Itappahannock,
and he Is believed to be from Qartland, and bis
wire's name Is B. H. A. urnut.
New York oountry papers would do well to
oopy this, and If It should reach tbe eye of tbe
horeaved widow, she will obtain any informs,
lion as to the bnrial place of ber husband by
applying ro r". J. oanas, m r street, nuiu.
TIIK UIIVKIlMlll'S OONVKNTIDB!.
A OAKD FKOM GOV. BERRY.
Naw York, Sept. 20. A tint. Having
been requested to read the 7era!il of lo-day,
so far as II describes the purposes mid doings
or tbo late conference nf Uovcrnors at Altoona,
and happening to be tbe only member of that
conference now In this city, 1 do not besilule
Io say tbal the implications couUiurd In Ihe
coirerpondenee Ireui Alluona ate without
fonndalton lu fact. Tbe uieellttg was charac
terised by Ihe must kindly feeliug, harmony,
sentiment, and unanimity of action In suproil
of the Government, io a most vigorous prose
cution or Ihe war, for Hie suppression of the
rebellion. N. S. Berrt,
Governor of Net? Itampshiie.
THC WAfl IN KENTUCKY.
The Itilliiip; of tirnrrnl Nelson
Ittbtl 1tlnck on .lugusla, Ky.
A BROTHER OF JOHN MORGAN KILLED,
AND A hON OF GEO. D. PRENTICK
THE UNION FORCES FROM MAYOVII.LE
INTERCEPT THE REBELS, WHO
FLEE IN A PANIC.
TFRUIBLE CONFLAGRATION IN LEX
Cmm-aTI, Sept. 2'i.- (leu. Jen I) OavU
shot Geu. Nelson at the Gait House, Louis
ville, this morning, killing him almost in
stantly. H1C0U 1'IM'ATCII.
Cim-i-ssuti, September 20 Tbe Louisville
correspondent ot tho Cincinnati 7Tnef says
that General DatU went Inln tbe Gilt House
nt balf-past elgbt o'clock this morning, where
he met General Nelson, and relerred to Ibe In
sulting treatment he bad receiv d at bis hands
In ordering him to Cincinnati, Nelson cursed
him in n most infamous manner, nnd struck
bim In the lace several tituei. He retreated a
few paces. Davis borrowed a pistol Irom a
friend, and ndvnnred upon Nelson, who, by
this time, bad gained Ihe stairway, nnd walked
directly up to him and fired. Everybody who
witnessed Ihe affair justifies Davis.
Cincinnati, Sept. 29. fhe Augusta (Ky.)
correspondent of tbe (1 utile says that place
was attacked by fiiO mounted rebels, with two
cannon, under tbe command of a brother ol
John Morgan. Tbe Union forces, under Col.
Bradford, numbering 120, look lefuge tn
houses, and fired from Ihe wIndows,kiiling and
wonndlng 00 men.
Among the killed wero three captains, one
of tbem the younger brother of Morgan, and
among the mortally wounded was Llcnt. Col.
Prenlice, son of Geo. D. Prentice. Tbe rebels
were so exasperated at their loss, lhat tbey set
fire to the bouses, and two squares ol the town
were burned. Our loss was nine killed and
The remainder of f.ur foices wire taken
Supequenllr, Ibe Lnlon forcw from Mays
vllle Intercepted and attacked Ibe rebels, when
they fed in a panic. The result ol the piiisnll
Is uot ascertained.
CiNelN'NSTI.Si pt.29. Tbo (la:c!le saye a gen
tleman reached Covington yesterday from the
vicinity of Lexington, and reports a girat con
flagration In that cily on 1'riday. Tho Ore
broke out In Beard's livery stable, corner cl
Short and Limestone Htreefa, destroying every
house on both Bides of Short street, for Iwo
iquares north of Limestone nlreet, Including
Ihe Bank of Kentucky, Ilia Northern Bank,
post offlc", and Mr. Wolierton'a Hue residence
and livery stable. T he origin ol Ihe lire Is un
known. Cinokniti, Sept 20. A dispatch to ibe tin
tetit. from Indiananolle, save that an army tffl
oer, just arrived from Washington, reports that
General Bnell has been relieved from bis com
mand, and assigned to Iodianapolla to organize
ine paroiru prisoners uno regiments,
From Fortress Monroe.
FiiRTRhsi MnMioi, Sept. 2S The steamer
Guide from Newborn, N.-C, put In hero Ibis
morning, nud lcli at uuou lor New Vork. i,ie
briugs no newB.
Tbe Uygeia Hotel cloees this uiening. Il Is
understood that this aud many other wooden
buildings at Old Point Couilort ure In be pulled
down cluruiff this net k.
Everything is wry quiet at Suflolk aud
The flag of Iruco boat John A. Warner, from
Aiken's Landing, arrived here Ibis lnornlro;,
bringing down only two families from Rlcli
mond'on their way North.
Tho Richmond flifpatch cl Seplember 27tb
"About two weeks ago, five men were ar
rested Irom a boat, In Mobile bay, on suspicion
that they were attempting to escape tn New
Orleans. They were Imprisoned In Mobile. In
their possession were found charts end plans
ol tbe defences of Mobile. One of tbem, Dr.
Marlus Louis Rousvalley, of New Orleans,
(wbere ho had a wife and children,) has been
hanged, bnt whether by military or civil au
thority in not ascertained."
" A train of cars last evening brought into
Richmond four hundred woundej soldiers "
" The army is daily increasing by accessions
of stragglers and conscripts. Whatever Is the
Intended movements of General Lee, he fa suc
cessful In keeping tbem concealed. What Is
concealed Irom our people finds little chance
at making its way to Ibe enemy."
" Up to Tuesday our pickets oxlended tolbe
neighborhood of Harper's Ferry. If Is not
probable tbe Federals will atlempt Io croes
again at present. Romney, Va Is occupied by
''Five hundred Yankees (many of Ibetn
wounded) are expected Io nrilve today Irom
Gordonsvllln. If they arrive in season, Ihny
may be Included In the number leaving for
" On Thursday night. Bixly seven Yankee
prisoners arrived bere from Gordonsvil'.o in
cluding several surgeons and nurses ; also the
following commissioned ofhVeisi ; (iololiel F.
F. Brown, Twenty-elgblh New York ; Captain
Q. A. Luckenback, Forty fourth Pennsylvania ;
Captain J. 11. Chapimu, Fifth Connecticut ;
Captain B. F. Clayton, One Hundred and Ssc
ond New York; Lieutenant W. P. Warren,
Twenty-eighth New Yolk; Lieutenant Thjnias
Matthews, Forty-sixth I'ennsylvani i.
"Col. Brown Is accompanied by Ills wife. 1 be
whole purty will be sent borne iu a few days
with (Illy other Yankee cllUeiiH nud soldiers.
"Twenty one Yankee prlsoneiH. captured lu
North Carolina, were received at l.ibby pil'on
T be same papei udvues Ihe appointment of a
reliable brigade in tbe aervtce to Ibe dulycl
preventing Blraggling from tbe rebel arniv.
The Jttnvatclt also ineatious tbe lactof Pce
Ident Lincoln's emancipation proclamation,
wllhonl makiDir a comment.
It further says that a Yankee cavalry force
visited Warrenton Junction on Thursday last,
wbere there nre a number ol wounded, wjo
were left thero alter the iiauasaas haitle
Itlscoijeclured that they Intended a raid on
that place to take prisoners those: wbo aie un
able to defend theraselvis.
Tbe same paper calls for legislation Io pro
vide for tbe removal of negroes from danger
ous places to a place of safely In Ibe interim.
It also contains an item, copied Irom a Tores
paper of September 3d, which says Gen Hous
ton Is alive and well, and living on his old
The Richmond iTranitn.r, September 2f,
"Ihe public highways, In Ihe Valley of Vir
ginia, from Winchester to Staunton, Iscrowdcd
with suffering wounded soldiers poor fellows
who were In tbe terrible fiehts of Lundav. Mon
day, and Tuesday, and especially the terrible
fight ol Wednesday of last week. They lclt
the batllo field for home or the hospital, and
were too weak to proceed. They have no
money to procure passage. It Is exceedingly
painful to see these poor, ragged, toll-warn,
battle scarred, and hungry heroes trudging
painfully along. Let them be looked after."
The same paper regrela that the debates In
Congioss, on the Conscription bill, should be
characterized wilb ro much temper, and con
ducted In a way to Inflame the publlo mind.
Tbo editor complains particularly of tbe speech
of Mr. Conrad, of Louisiana, ea this subject,
and ndds, that " the word Male! means much
more lb.ui Is Implied lu Mr. Conrad's limited
lexicon. Naff! are political organizations
Mi y ui t intntiUtt."
Capture if llsbel Ofllcsra slud Important
St, Lome, Sept 28, 3 P. II.
To Jlajor-Utneral Ualleck i
Gen. Morrill reports that Col. Gullan, ol the
Missouri SUte tulllilo, has captured MsJ. Wells,
Capls. Emery, and Roblcson, and Lieut, lior
ilson, with several privates ana Important cor
respondence of tho rebels ; also that on the
2.1th Inst, with a detachment or the Oth Mlssou.
ti State mllltla, be routed a parly cf tome fifty
guerillas, taking five prisoners with a quantity
of arms, horses, etc., etc. S. R. Curtis,
Msjor General Commanding Department.
. . i
Orsat Advance la the Nmvr York Itoclc
Ntw Yore, Sept 29 Stooks are rampant
to day, and prices are un Irom Uo) to farce tier
cent, at the (lret call. New York Central 1001,
Eric 49, Illinois 76 to 7C.
Gold 22 premium.
l'ew regiments In the service have fought
more manfully, and suffered to a greater ex
tent, than ik. Elahly-elghth PenDtylvanU.
Less Iban one hundred men are reporter nt fu
Wiluincitov, Dei. , Sept 27. One ot the new
"Monitors," an Iron-clad vessel of superior
moaei anu nnien, was launched bere yesterday,
amidst the greatest enthusiasm. She II built
upon the plan of Ihe celebrated Monitor, and
will prove herself not Inferior to It, either In
execitllen or value.
Memphis, TrNV., sept. 20 The steamer Eu
gene, bound from Cairo to Memphis, wu hailed
yesterday nt Randolph, on the Mississippi river,
upon landing, the clerk went ashore and was
Immediately seized by gneriltaa, who had pre
viously been concealed. The steamer Immedi
ately backed Into the river, when the rebols
opened a fire upon her. No one was hart The
Eugene, on her return trip to-night, will take
up a company of soldiers to destroy the place.
CiRUSLK, Sept 28. We have the best au
thority lor saying that the Cumberland Valley
Railroad Company is In no wise accountable
for the accident which occurred at Bridgeport
on Friday last
Tbe road has been In the custody and abso
lute control of Ibe Government since the 21st
Instant, and no officer of tbe company had any
participation In the movement cr direction of
trains since that date. PAifa. Inquirer.
LIS.T CIIPITHACTI sollMttdor propoMd
to ihe War Department and Its several Baretos,
dutlog the wrek neat pricetllDg: the aotb day orSrn
bilit i; Win .1 A'henback, of Newsik, N J
piopcsei to lurolth Infantry soooulrtmsn's at S3 so
per sell, litcooiuended by J, 11. Goodwill, Mtw
B.pl. is. It, Ntcs, of Philadelphia, propessi to
furelfh cavalry equipments no trims given.
bept. CO. ttproous, aleckeo Co , ol New York,
propose to turnub cavalry equipments uo prices
Sept. to C. B. Hoard, or Watsrtown.N. T., pro
po.es to lurobh pistols, similar to"KfninjtOQV
bept. to Rpeooer U. Bint Co., of BotloD, propose
to furnish ctrtildges at S2I SO pr u
Kept, il .Itmri M. Sbaw, ol Ucitoa, wants aa
ctr.r for lead
rjrpt 22. K.Gaylord,ofChloopct,propoMstolar.
nUh bayonet aoatib.rdj, wih basT irof no pries
Uicc-Ulld.nded. by Ma A. B. Dyer
Sept. 1. vt m. a Ulas.ll, of rauailslpbla, pro
pete, to laralsh cavalry tqalpssMta at SS3.lt per
sett. i -.
Heps. -.3. J K. c-oaeDct.ofXs Totk, prop:isi to
loiaiah eavslry sqalpssMats at in en s t,
ti.pt. 1. J. T. Rate, of CinliaaU, Ohio, proposes
ta luitltb Isfaatry aecoatxemsmtt.0 M
Sept. 4 J. E. Ceadkt.ef New York, proposes to
furnUh Infantry accoutrements at f I rs pr sett.
gept I shteble a Fliber, cf Pbllidelpbla, pro
p-ise lo lainub 3 u)J oavslry sab-es at 'j.
Urpt Cl F. 11. td.tser, nf 1'blltd.lpbla, prnpOMS
to turuii.Ii 1 ,000 ctrslry eqaipnienls at S23. Kt com
mended by Ml l.alilley
Mrpt U .1 I' rat,ofCiiicianall,Oblo, offers lo
ftirafeb cavalry equipment no price
l.ept '.s Jane. Iloyd A. boos oner tn lurnt.h In
fantiy sccoutieinents, 3 or J 0U0a.lt., at S3 Si,
yUAttThltMASlfcll 11 t.NEUAI.'U OFFICIO
lies rs Morr.tliliTey a. Co, of Phlladslphls.oaer
16 neo yard, daik blue kersey at si 20 prryaid
Il II KingaCo ,oirhlldelinls, offer a,oooprs
of army hooiees at $1 26 per pair.
rliaeM Green, of Htm lork, offers 30.CO0 pairs
pants, or 11,000 Intanlry ovcrooals, at S9 enoo coat,
and 1 1 1 o eicb pair pants
Col J. F. Pamawoitb offers lo supply 400 or 600
tiorsis rr the l.igbtli IIIiqoU cavalry at S120csoh
or to purohSbe thtm at 10 pr oent ; or to detail aa
oilioer lo i u'chaie tbem in l.llnois for thetjorern
K C. White, 01 New Yoik, proposes to charter to
tbe(,overniueiitlbi Bteamer ' Alice Pries "at 9200
A. 3lcL'crrnick,of Altcosa, Pa , soliolte a eontrao
to tuiM 2u0 or Soj wagons for Ibe Uovcrameut
Kecuamcudtd by rhcin. a. Boot!, ol llarrlibara.
George Wcod.of Mssonomnty. Ky., propo es to
sell to tbo Government a lot ofayearaotd mnlea
Itcoommeodrd by t 11 Wadswortb aod O A
Stanhall, of Mayavllle, Ky teimi not specified.
U. D. Badger proposes to build a pontoon train,
o , orrnplcle, and to deliver tbe same at Nsw Tork
or l'lillailelpbla at the billowing prices
1- ch boat (of Iron) at SSB6.
Long besm or balks at tls
bbotc do do. at St.
ritl.llll AllRIVAL, OF
HIGHLY IMPROVED ARMY AND
Directly Imported from Kogland and Franca, and
. u .-b... v.w.. .-i.itvk ,w, U.I', .C..1U.
isr QUAtmxs-LowisT rttiaa,
FBANKLIN A CO , Opticians,
ai Pcnn. avenBH,(noithala,)
between Twelltb end Thirteenth ttreett
)Vati'ytan roHn'y, (j ttrit
Hipt 27. 18t2 Iu the cii oi Mnr V. IMTntor,
admluUtratrlicof Abrilnoj Iynter, deoewi, tht
Bdmlclstralrlx afTPBiid tin, wicb ihe approbation
or the Ofi'tun' Court of WMhlBgton county afore
U. appumtnl TUh&DA Y, tbe tut day ot Oolobtr
next, tr 1'ic flat, (fcttleiaent atd distribution of the
rersoual estate of said ilecened, of tbeaitttila
build, m tiraa thu imt hare been ollected and
utTiUiJ luto nloiiiiy, wbf-u and where all the creditors
and be.ri4urNidilCv.Hed areuutltled lo attend (at
ine Orphans,' Cuurt of Wathington county iron
said) with their claims properly vouched, or they
may othenwoo by law bo oxoludsd irom all benefit
in mill flfCflMed's eutivte irotUod a oopy ot this
nrler b puoiu.bed once a week lr thre weeks la
ih Ntkticnat hijuUi.an, prey lout to tbe ilJ 2 lot day
ol Ojiotjer uekt
tep JO-lawaw Keglsterol Wills
n CODS.oaeB3e ol Ihii lown.ia of Iha w.t.r in fh.
Geneial Knervclr It will b ucoeasary, uuleai great
eojnooir of water l.praoticaj, lor Ina Uoveramenl
aoon to shut off the supply to oltlsens entirely.
All penous ore, tberaiore, lorbttdea tlusa lbs
hydraolrf ou P.ncaylvaeli avenue, or on any atreete
or areuues uuder tbe oare aid auperelslou of lba
Cninmluloner or Publlo llulldloge, for watering tbs
itreeis or paverueute, or for any private turpces
And all p.reons uelog the water are urgently aoU
clttd to be as economlusl in Its uie as poeelKla.
a 11 FHENCU,
iep8 Conuniseloner of PabUo Unltdlngi
HiAiL KFtPEEWtLlR1,uvl BOUSEKSSHSI.
EUTir.B.of No I ttalilv,(Naw Tork SUta,)
Just received in large qusntltl
i.., aula i
i:GG3,at 4V31 SKVfcNtU STKKKT.
or a in, at lueioweaicaan price
Also, CHEESE and
p Tes iw.
J V K1CHARDBOH.
To tha Public.
DnriBTMEST SlPTlIK Inthriok,
Office Indian Affairs, tplmUr 19, 18M. -
From Information' received at Ibis Depail
ment, deemed sufficiently isllablo lo warrant
me la to doing, 1 consider It my duty lo wuru
all persons contemplating tbe crossing of tbs
Plains tbls fall lo Utah or Ibo i'at-ltlo coast
that there Is good reason lo apprehend hostili
ties on Ihe part of ihe llannock and Shoabon: ot
Saako Indians, as well as the Indiana upon the
Plains and along the Platte river.
The Indians referred to have during the patt
summer committed several robberies aud mur
ders. They am numerous, powerful, and war
like, and, should Ihey generally assume a hos
tile atlltnde, are capable of rendsringHbe emi
grant rcutes acrots tbe Plains extremely peril
ous. Hence tbls' warniog.
By order of the Secretary ot Ihe Interior:
CmRLra E. Mix,
notice to Vessels Kmerliifr or Leaving
the J'titumae lllvar,
Tbe guard vessels off Alexandria and I'iney
Point, on the Potnmao river, will be distin
guished, during tbe day, by a sQiun warn
ruo with i red oRORi, (Ut. Andrew's,) and at
night by two rbd tionn.
Tbe officers in command of these vertett will
furnish the Naval Potomac Pass I all mastere
of vessels navigating the river, after they shall
have given proof lhat Ihey are lawfully em
ployed. Vessels entering or departing Irom tbe ilvar
.in Laanbiect lo detention if unprovided with
-Atip'w A. H.nwoOD,
Commodore Com'g Potomao Flotilla.
DcraniMtNT or Snrr,
Washington, Jan. 25, 1RC2.
The Secretary of State will hereafter receive?
members of Congress on bnslncss on Taturdays,
commencing with Halnrday, Ihe first of nett
WILLIAM n. 8F.WAKD.
S.-T.-1 8 6 0-X.
DRAKK'B PLANTATION BITTKRS.
Theypurify, strengthen, and InTlforite.
They oreatv a helthy ai pitt.
They are an antidote to ohm Re of water anl diet.
1 hsy orereoma effects of dlwii anon and late hours
Tbey strengthen tbe ystem and enlifen the mind.
1 hey prereot nnaimntla and Intermittent fevers
They partly the breath and acidity of tbe stomach
They ooie Dyspepsia an1 Coostlrpatlon
They cttr DIauhaa.Cholaia,and Cbolera Mor
Ihey cm e I.UerComilalnt and Nerrous Head
Tbey are the best Bitten In the world They make
the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's
Evat restorer. They are made of putt St. Croix
ni, the celebrated Gaiinaya Utrlf, roots aod herbs,
and are taken with tb pleaiure of a bemsie, with
out regard to ape or time of nay. rsrtirntarly ir
ootpmcaded to delloa'e persons requltlntf a senile
stimulant. Sold by all tlroorrs OiugiMs, llotdi,
andhaloom. Y,i UUAKK aCO.,2w Broadway,
New oik. . $& em
j)3lleadtiarters fetccond lleslnient P.
C. volanlctra Camp near iJhepardltown, Md ,
Sept. St, 1S62 All the men of thli coram and now la
ana about tbe city of Washington, are hereby or
dertd to report Immediately to Cst J. R Uarrover
for dnty with the command.
All tush enlisted men who do not report to btro,
and wbo will not te repsrted by him to thete heal
? natters as absent by authoilty, will be striotrea
rom the rolls and prosecuted as deserters.
Col. Command Id g,
Hnldmce tl-i, Four and a hall st , li.i d
4ksTVo All Whom It May Content Ibe
Stinted Addrtss to tbe Country, on tbe subject of
istobtneM,d.t.id iha Mb lwunt,ifned by me,
and posted up, from day to day, la pablia placsj,
hu,tn many lnstamci, been mutilated; and I dr
sir to add, that If each deiplcable act shall be if
peated.by any one la Iha Aajtot a gentleman, t
fthalt feel accommodated it hewlttrend roe his card,
through tbe City loet iHUce. Tbe chivalry of ihn
South wonld be iduiirable II the speckled adder ol
laiAsoawere net beneath the sklncf IU preten
slons, and so of its oouMna and cotenlag tubailmirs
la thu city, to whom. In the Lamaoi my alread,'
half Murdered country,! throw my glore Inscora
Uttlsble KdTWlt'K hVANS,
Couriellor at t.aw, nc
Wa(HiOTon,l C.bei-iVJ, Ui.
V Attention, UcorRituMSl I'lllon Men,
Ail loyal cit zros 01 Ocordctown of ?1 yexNof agi
end over, aie retpectfutiy and earuilr refUiird
to call and regitrr Hi Jr immt-s on Hi book at lUt
An "Anti Uabeltiou Asttoctatiuu" Las Uen Icriuei
In Utojetown,lheoIJectol wbuh U todiiocuraxe,
dlsooanicnauce, and diminish rebellion la (leorjre
town. Any citlxen can bejime a member ol ih
eama,by Mtfnlng the artlcbauf aMooiatlon, uhloli
can L seen at tbe stora of the tubscrlber.
w. u, rr.NHv
aeSS tr (lot and titar
f Weston's rroRnuuf Klavtiy oi.'eiviu
of this fterk are for ul at the 00100! Ua I,'CiHt
Ksitublictn. Pamphlet adition, ift centa Muur.j
edition, 16 oentsi.
afar Attention I Attention I Attenttwutl!
WauUd a few MKN lo complete cuiupany 11 ibe
Sixteenth regiment Virginia (First l.usteri Ve )
Tbls Is the only regiment now paying iW.'y, and de
tailed lor "Ul'F.OIAL bhKVlCl." by tue Mrcre
tary or War, for duty in the viola ty ol Alexandria
and the forts about Washington, t. O
It omit ing office, Third utrret i'd d,...r bi-low Pa.
avanne A, C WIDDICOMU1-.,
QFO A AB1IFS,
lit Sd Lieut
aikar Urt I'annkylTaula Koatt.The
QuUkesit and latest route to tbe North went and
Southwest, two through traio-i dully, and 0001
Sunday, tioldltn' tlck-ii at U(iv-ri uint ratu to
alt tbe principal points in the ISorlh and We?t Kir
tickets uod tuitber lafornjatiuu apply at thr Mti:e ot
thaUrcatentwylvanU Uoutt.'1 uprtUent orrnsr
I'eniuylvaula avenue and Hxih urett, un.1r a
tlooal Hotel Odloe open I tow a iu t9p ta ,
on Sundays 9 to 4 p ro
I. ti fiOUrON,
aag B ly Ageat
49-BaUhaIi.r'M lltr liya Tha liast In
IK Worht. William A. lLUbr'i uiibit.
BatrDyaprodnoea a Cwtor L6t t. l dktUiguUheii
fromnatuie; warranted r.ot to injuic fra i7.ur iatti
least; remedies tbe ill emeu of bid dye, and tiivlrf
orates the Hair lor liitt iiRi, iirlJ.or KUiiil
IIAIA lnatantlr turtii a eplin.iid lilacs or Brtwu,
Ustvlnir il bair Mit uud btauuiul. AoU t ail
sr'ihe Uenntne is slynol WIU.tAkl A.
UATCUkXO8.cn iAtn.r HXt vf 13 vt
Factory, No. ttl Uiirolav firctt, (1 utoaiit Uiotd
wayand U BondjlNew lurk uif vi ty
AsTSpclal Notice. On and afttr TatJsy,
April 1, 1863. the trains on the liilllnaore au t ObiJ
Uailroad will ooutt.uoi running dally, ('inadftj-i
exeepted,) leaving this UI,cmi at 7.40 n m , and
conneotlng at WiMbiostou .luisbtlon Willi fttr.il
Iralu tor all pwUoi tha Went i. Whepllux r
arkerbburg. Ihrongh tlokeU loU aul Uvkj(i
obitikd. W. I ttMIIIi.
U til'TittUjrorinllu n i.b II. U
apl-dtf Str At.Ibr
Honsts Ton BALK
A eplendeu pair ol U!oul Hay Hones, yoang,
sound aid matches, suited for ex pi tea wsgous or
tuiMs' team. Also, tbrse tuperb Saddle lior-'.
Tbe whole 10 be sold from neccsnily. very cheap.
Apply ta,KEU,.Ji)lNwoikav,iue,o.xl 10
Drug Store. srp i 0 St
FIFTH WAHD.-riBHT PKCIKCT-Ko
Hue Is hereby given lhat an election will be
held on WEUNFuDAY.the first day of Ootobsr,
IBflj, tor one member of the Hoard ol Com men Couu
ell to fill the unexpired termof JoFe(.hlIedrlckki.
signed The polls will be held at the School hou a
corner of Third street east and A street touth.
Open at 7 a m and dote at 7 p.m.
F. O HANDY,
WM F WALLACE,
sept 27 dtJ CoramiHhioner.
FIFTH XV AUD.-SECOND P HECINCT
Notice Is hereby givea that an sUct.on wltl ba
held on WEDNESDAY, the flrsi ol Ootooer, 16&J,
for one member oftbe Board of Common Conncli to
fill tbe unexpired term of Joseph Hedrick, re
slgntd. The polls will be held at tbe School home,
on the corner of Third street eat and D street eonih
Opin at T a m and clcee at 7 p m
A. K. ltlCHAUDS.
sept 37 dtd Commissioners