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PUBLISHED DAILY, SUNDAYS EXCEPTED,
11Y tt'. J. MUKTAfliI . CO.
UKOBUHl M. WKbTO, sCUHOIt.
nWTho publloatlon (Sice ot the lUtiMUL
JterTOUCAH la at the northeast corner rf Dand
Beveuth atresia, Moond Boor, ovor Mr 1). Bhep
lisid's bookstore. Entrance on Roventh street.
SATURDAY, OCTOtirR 4, U6"
NOTICE T1 TiVFHTI1Fni. Ml lrtol
fedvertlsemsnt mint be pull fir In advance,
hud ihouM be handed In tefire 9 u'olwk, p. m ,
Vi enanre their a(iprtie n tl.o flbwln
Ktw Yowc, Sept. 19, 1802.
The Tlmis of Ibis morning esjs
" We must resume the otfecslve, cd there
fa no reason on the lace of the earth wbr we
Should not dolt Instantly and with sancess. Our
tieer soldiers, according to universal testimony,
fstnae well a old troops. In the lalo engage
toesti the; behaved splendidly "
Tbla point o( the vain ot new i -opa Is pr
duly wbal, at the corrraeccunent of Ihle war,
the .Vaf.onal Htpublican tu persistently CM
lendcl for In opposition to the drilling theorise
Vhlch kept onr tint levies Idle until Ihf Irlhrre,
laaa'hl weto nearly out, nu J in soma Instances,
tolly oat. But at tbat time 0n Scott and
Weil Point ruled everything It was la vnln
that we suggested tbat, however valuable dilll
Utght be, we gained nothlog by walling to drill,
f Ince the enemy could equally make use of the
lame time for the same purpose. Itwas la vain
tbat we showed that the beet fighting In our
Witory, from Banker H1U down, bad been (lone
by perfectly raw troops. And It was In viln
last we called attention to tbat most significant
fast, that our I revolutionary fathers, wbo knew
war by a long and bloody service, bad limited
tbe compulsory term of the militia to three
jaosths, as Itself a refutation of tbe modern
martinet theory that a can cannot learn to
light la leas than six months.
It was Idle, at tbat time, to reason against
suy notion ot Gen. 8co't, wbo had fought
fcravely at Chippewa a half century ago, the
country refsi.nf to realize that the same lapew
ot time vfble't lai made h'a v.ntrible, had,
jnetsurabl;-, if proved his capacity to be ue
Jol In war. Ctn. Scoll said " drill." Every
body echoed ' dri?." And so, after "drillo g "
bar troops Into a ccrupkte condition of demor
lllzttlon, the ' Bull M " battle iu fonght
The Jovrralrf Cwnnrct says that th -Na-Ilona!
Jlq'ullic m's promlen rf n-rore In lavoi
if the Prvsiden.'s proclamation la tbe loyal
(States has been dierippJottd. "H.rcabokts," It
tajs, "Hi reotption Pit prorUmtion Hjs lien
lodoruj jtny ' Vhethcrth.t la so, cr not,
trill depend v. ry much upon the meaning to be
tlvea to thatelasllo wcr.1 ernov's. If It
taeans the sanctum andtcdodiate tnrrcnndlogs
of tho editors tl Ike Juurml ot CcTimirci, "CO d
and glocmy' aptly des:ribe the condiiUa
of feeling which th proclimition erclies But
Kit Is cnlnrgad to embrace tbe Sta'o of New
Sork.the Journal of Gommtrct is unusually wide
of the mark. The President's proclamation Is
to the people, tbe purple dawn of day, and of a
day which will ba loug, and bright, and glcri-
ous- They have responded to the Fniidental-
ctady, by nominating for the olCce ot Governor,
is man whose heart aud roul ap ia the rreri
alert's policy. They will repeat tbe endor-o
sunt by dealing Gen. Wadsworta to that office
try a msjcrliy of countless thousands Nobjdy
Si "cloomf' except those In vrhom th: piodama'
tlon has finally exungulibcd the hope of a dis
graceful oornpromlie with the rebels
Several Canadian newspapers, heretofore il
ding with the secessionists, take ground far the
national causo since the proclamation. The
earns change will be apparent In Europe, when
tva receive the echo of tbit documeut from
Mroes the Atlantic. W
"Nl'CII ALU AUUVr NUrllINi.
The New Torn Commercial Advertiser Us a
long leader headd "A Much Needed Reform
la which It gives the public to understand that
hers are some very serious quarrels going on
tvmoug our generals, and very reprehensible
Jealousies existing, which are greatly endanger
log cur tucscis.
The Cummncla! proceeds to lay tnat there
Me bitter leuds now existing among many of
Mr leaibg military officers in which It mass
up the Secretary of War, Gen. lUll'ck, Gen
SioClelUn, and Gin. S'gcl, and nil on the
strength of what some New 1'crk paper has
paid, ox may say. it Implores tbe President to
feterpose and save Ihe country from a great ca
lamity which may arrlse from these Inttstlne
Quarrels smoog the generals.
Men all this talk Is sheer gammon, and false,
from ikln to core, and from core back to skin
Pfaln. Wa will Dot undertake to say that dif
ferences of opinion may not have existed be.
twsen Gen. tfaUeck, the War Department, and
sssss of the leading generals In the field, bnt
0 loos stats of tblnga aa Is foreshadowed by
U lommercuu, caa any foundation In truth.
There are plenty of scribblers andDewe-moc
(,ert about Washington, and In our great cities,
whose sole business seems to bo to get up ln
fxobabls stories to bring our generals at log
gerheads, wbo never have been on other than
Lbs best of terms with oae another and to make
hoe country think that our entire staff of brave
tjenerais are a pack of quarrelsome focls, who
ought to be dismissed the service
We may allude to this toplo again in luure
Bomber la tbe meantime we ask the foximgr
srial to keep ccol and not fret Itself about the
xlatenoe of Improbable stories that have no
surer foundation than the "baseless fabric of a
Invaivcc SiairM We have Been a ipeci
taia of Iniura-jce stamps, Just received by the
Commissioner ot Internal Revenue. Tbey are
lbs prettiest stamp yet Issued in this couatry.
The twenty-Ore cent stamp Is about :J in
thee In length by about 1 In aid b una has to
Uts centre s Cue Utile engraving of Waibing
toa, after Stuart s celebruted p on -nil Over
lbs picture are the fjguree "26, eurmounted
tij the same In print. Below, the words Life
Insurance" and ''Internal Revenue
Tax Mo.fiTca - The Monitor la not? lying at
lbs Washington Nay Yard. She baa proba
My come hero to reclve lome additional nr
yjument, and then to proceed on io.ne expe
tlitlon, ws know wbltber.
Bsr- Carpenter Johu O. Butler, 17 a. N , of
JErla, Pennsylvania, died on board the U .
stsamsr Hlaklgsn, en tbe 29th ult
Uaiwo. Carpenter Leonard Wentworln, U.
taV H-, Ordered to the Jamestown, cannot be
THE KEBEL3 NOT FOKT1VY1NQ 1UE
si i I
TUI HTItir TIIEIB WOUNDKD TO rU)TMS
THE HFN IN TDK RANKS.
Om ofoui surgeons, who has receatly been
relesej from Winchester nhl.'h pises Is now
in pmmhIoii of tL ifbsls, contraillots the
story that tho cucuiy are lottifylng Ihe lownol
(Via histr The only Ktlfnipl In that dlrec
iluu his ln-a lli throwing up ol n srasll mrtli
Hoik I) v :m o.f to laborere.
Th tick and wouudM rebels, whir were
reicuiil trom th iMf batlli UeMr ate being
serf t H'rliinord ra ImsI as pisslble. As an
InJI atlon ot lh lotirly of Ihe rebel army,
out informant stales tbat the boots, rhove, and
a portion of Ihe olhrr clothing are taken Irom
theu rick and wounded men, previous to be
ing suit off, and turned over lo the commissary
department lo clrlb Ihe barefooted toldlrta
Troin the Baltimore Atuerlcau.
Imputtant ft im Wlnehiatcr ranit Ilia a ebel
.iiin oiinr I'oiomur
Ti e sutg'OO cf ona of tho New England
regliotnt" reached Woshlugton ou Tbnrsdsy,
having le'l Wbc'i'ster vetrday, where be
was bnld aa a prboner. lie slatea tbat the main
bedyot tbe rebel army lies between Vfincbei
ter end Martlmburg, with pickets extendod
nearly to Harper's Ferry, though Charleston le
unoccupied In any force The Confederate effi
ens fieelv acknnwledre that the rebel army
was vtry much demoralized because of Its dis
tance from provisions and doming, tor Don oi
which they stood In great need. He also con
firms the lepoits of tbe Richmond papers that
an immense number of airaggler, disabled and
otherwise, are passing down tbe valley of Vir
ginia, whom lbs provost marrhal of Winches
ter was unable to detain for want of a proper
cavalry force. The people were almost In a
fam shul rendition, inllo Winchester our army
would bi' aladlv balled with satisfaction, as Ihe
pop!e could then obtain Irom It the necessaries
oi me u tne sick ana usggige were Deing
sent to the rear, and this movement was retard
ed is Indicating that the rebel army Intended
to retreat to some belter base of supplies. At
Waterford, oppoelte tbe Point of Rocks, a rebel
force appeared vesterdav, and drove off ail the
cattle aod horses, and Impressed every man
FROM TIIB AMY OP 'IIIK I'OlOIIAf.
Visit of Hie PieslJent to Oan. DlcClellan.
HiU'etiRUia Abmt orrnc Poiomic, OcL2
Pns cnt Lincoln arrived at Harper's Ferry
on a rpeuu train irom waemngion yesteraay
ilternoon He was met bv Mafor Rip and Cspt
Sin.ifr and eeeo-led to (Jen. Sumner's bead-
quarters Tte Prefldent was accompanied by
Mahr Grn McClernand of the army of Ibe
Wr.t aod memhers cf bis SUIT tbemanbal of
the Distrl't cf ColnmUi Ihe pr fident ol Ihe
Btilritnr rind Ohu rairoal nod oiur gentle
At (eu uwnf-r a hr-ad piartrrs bfl Wrt met
hy Gn McllelUa. Alter ft n--rlial laVrvli w,
rhe Preslilent. neooninanied bvGpn McCUilan.
Gen Sumner end a brilliant cavalcade compos
ed if division and brigade generals, wilh mem
be ot their Steffi, proceeded to review Gen
sourer s splendid army corpa r.n Bolivar
Ue ghts ino troops prrw.ted a nne Appear
nee, cad greeted Ihe Pioident sad Giii lie
Cl.lan wtin grral enibu-U u
The PieMdent subquently visited Ibe rules
of tbe rrillriad bridge and Government build
ings at Ha'per's Ferry. He then returned to
Bollvsr Heights, aod pasted tbe night with Gen.
Samoa' This moraine, the President, accom-
ftanled by Gen. Sumner and other generals, vls
ted tbe tioups on Loudoun and Maryland
tetgh j, and rode over the ground where Ihe
troops under Col. Miles surrendered. At coon
o.e ln uarpers rerry, ana roae over to uea
Dnrmz th al t-.nnjOn Gen McClcilon conduct
ed the President over the Autietam buttlj field,
tccorrpatded by a brilliant array ot officers, In
clodiDj Gen McClellan'e euff
Tbe President manlfealed tbo grealest interest
In averyibing connected with tbe recent victo
ry. In the dvening na returned to Gen Mc
Clellan n headquarters, where be will pass the
night in camp.
lie was ser'iiaded bv the I and of ll.a Sacr.od
Civrtlry ibis evening. To-morrow be will ro-
v17 sue other troops of ibe Army of the Poto
ma3 Oi Stiurdiy he will reluru lo Washing
ion on a special train via Frederick
Tbe President is in excellent health and spir
its, and Is highly pleased with the good condi
tion ' f ihn troop"
Tbe following Is ftu.a thn roircspondent ui
the New York iJera'd
IlripjcarTiB" Anvr n nit Potbhh
October 1, 1C2
Today Ibe faosnltals in Eeedvsvlile and
Sharpebnrg were cleared of all th Union pa
tient mereoeis remain nowever, under me
cai of their surgeons Every v iicar.t house of
iharpburg ti Let-u Libt-n posse'sloa of by
tho Sanitary Cnmia utu l ann is to be fined
up wlib luppliea t.ntl cun.torts for the wounded
Yestefdxy, General Pleaaantoo, wllh hi"
brlgalo nf cavalry, and Pennington s battery
ot the tjecocd Unitt-d Mates artillery, made a
rect nnnissince to Mwrtlusbarg. returning last
evening. Tbe enemy a pickets were found in
bnrpardstown, and were driven towards Mar
ilpsnurg until arriving at Ihe ft iochester turn
piko, where Ibe entire rebel force, consisting
ofsev-rai buodred civalrv, prccipiiatelv tl d
k rmisbiug wua kept up with other parties
until the com nana reached MarunsDurg, where
It fonnd a regiment of rebel cavalry, aud after
an examination ot the town tbe expedition re
turned, bringing wllh them a large number of
iojo ana boys who nua oeenimprttsta nut not
yet mastered Into the in, nee. The euemy pur
sued them closely in fores and barraesej ineir
rear until witnla a sbnrt distance of the river.
The citizens generally expressed pleasure at
the appearance of the trdeicl troops, but the
fear of the returning rebels prevented many
from d'splaying Union feeling
Qm btnatt was out with u p'cktd boly ol
men tn Clip lire any parly tbat n. gbt be sent
out from nur lines, but Gen Pliusuuton s vlg.
laace butuid the eaemy's dsigLS
The mala body of tbe enemy 11 near Bunker
Hill and Winchester To dy Ibe rebel pick
ets ot-enpted i-rhtpbardstown again, but It Is
evident that nothing more than what may he
sufficient for picket duties la tn be found this
aide of Bunker Hill or Winchester
f ess cmfts - It Is reported by preti tella
ble authority that tea thousand conscripts
passed lluoujti Culepar within tbe past few
deys towards tte ttcnt, at Winchester Many
of tbem were taken Irnra thnt portion of ir
ginia recently recaptured frcm ns It Is said
tbat six hundred of tbem came Irom Freder
icksburg and vicinity A large number of these
nnfoitmale men ale Unionists anl declare
they will desert tne first rppcrlunit Tbey
were badly clothed anl armed with dint lock
Pmso..c.i i;l rear D The nbnle Uun,ber ol
prisoners captured by Gen Plabl in Whrren
tun and viclnliy it 1,032 The cCbclal lis' has
been sent to headquarters by Gen Mgei Tlese
men were wounded at the battle of Bull Run
and the greater portion oi thru had arms and
KUirtio More Room is Ilnirmui - (jjite a
Ddmber cf convales:ent palienls were remoeed
yesterday to new qiartere Thii is indicative
of a brittle proceeding, nr soon in come ell
sjy The Woitern gunboat tied has just been
transferred from the War to Ihe f.avy Depart
mint, in accordance with tbe law of Congress
panel ia July last.
The rrciltltnt't hit la the Army cf the
II E UEVIEW8 THE TBOOIM.
II U RETURN TO WASHINGTON.
l.d'KII SCHUM KUIKII'K,
CIIY 01 WABUINUTON OFF CAPE HACK.
tlKlHHUlHTFaS AntiT I'oTOHtO,
October 3, liej.
The President, with General UcClellan, bu
to d it reviewed the several corns nf tbe arinv
i.f tl Ii.tAn.Ai. ti.nl.nt.i. ui It I. H..rt.aMa
t IUU lUIVUJlll, UWftllJUII.It HUH uu.liD.HqB,
near tne niouin oi tne Amietam, ana conoiuaing
wllb that uf rrauVltu. at Uakeravllls. cmbrao-
clug those of Porter and Reynolds. At saoh
people coueciea in urge numoers, ana mam
fsated the greateat enthusiasm In meeting lbs
President and the flennr!.
Tbe prevailing spirit of loyalty was clearly
Indicated by tbe greetings, wbicb on every
aide were showered upon these distinguished
men. ino rresiueni, aiier visum uen. wou
eai tan Vila n uu iicd nvuiiunu noni v iuihsimviu'
Inir, v. Ill be esoorted to Fre.l-rick, when he will
lave a special train lor vasningion.
Kn Vuax October 3. Tbe steamablu Cltr
of Washington, from Queenstown onthe 25tbot
Sepiember, was boarded off Cape Race this
nruming by tbe uewsboat of tbe Associated
i no t ttv of New York arrived at ljueenilown
on the 2Jth ultimo.
Oarlbaldl, In a letter to the United States
consul at Vienna, promises to fight for tbe
North, ou regalolng hie liberty and health.
The corvette Bt Louis semalned at Lisbon,
and would probably continue there all winter
Tbn steamer Alabama, returnlna from Liv
erpool when the Europa sailed, proved not to
oe tne " iw tprivaieerj.
Tbe London vaxlv A'fws reverts to tbe pro
posed exwdus of negroes as a wild scheme. It
aaya tbn sooner the United States Oovernmenl
leMesrff talking about what It cannot effect,
u e oj'ler lor its aigniiy.
Important From Kentucky.
Opening of the Campaign tgainit Ihe Rtbtls
Skirmishes and Defeat of the Kneinjr at
Kloyde Fork and Ulnar Paints.
THi REBILS EVACUATE SHILBI VILLI
ARRIVAL OF QEN. HOROAN'S AEUY AT THE
Lr i tat iixt, Oct. 2 Five hundred prisoner
taken by lien. Korean's division, arrived Cere
this noon from Ulddletown. Skirmishing in
front cf B irdstown pike this afternoon. Ia one
eegsgetnen, the Federal army lost 23 killed
and wounded. The rebel loss li not known but
Is reported to be beavy.
Our army Is twonty miles frcm Louisville.
Have j ist learned that our army are now
drawn np In line of battle, 21 mile diaiant on
tbo Bardttcwn pike Heavy skirmishing is
ronttnrjl) going on in troat, so look out for
news t mono
(VI Wilder Is in town He rava he Is not
Repuit sacs Krwecau a .livisiou have bad an
'ngagt m-nt bnt no particulars are given
L niMLit, Oct. 2 - The Journal is informed
of a aharp sMrmith last nlgbt, between Gen
Sill i advanci and 2,000 rebel cavalry, at
Floyd's Folk, the enemy being posted on the
surfoucding bills Wo repulse them, but tbey
returned We iben brought nur artil li ry against
tbem, wtoa the again fled We captured, j
an old bouse lu that vicinity, 40,000 roundi of
Heavy musketry firing was beard on ths
Sbelnyvllle road, sixteen miles distant at nine
this morning, result unknown.
Tbe Jcamaialso says a skirmish cccurcdthls
morning five miles distant on tbe Bardttown
road. The rebels were repulsed. Their lots
Is unknown. Our loss Wr.s twenty Bra killed
s d wounded.
Gu G. W. Morgan, with b' whole force,
from Rumbeiland Gap, has reached tbn Oblo
river, oppor-ite Portsmouth
Caunonadlng bus been bsard to lay near
Uount Washington In the vicinity of Sail
Tbe rebels eractistid Shelby ville kit nigbt,
fitet compelling tbe storekeeptra to receive
Con ederaU) scrip for what tbey wanted
At Parla. Kentucky, all tbe storekeepers, ex
cept two Sece'h, sent their godda awBy Tbe
rebels procured (f tbe two a ripply of blan
kits, piying In Coniederste scrip Tbe blan
kets giving out, they insisted on cutting np
tbei.i storekeeper' carpets for blanketing.
Th Bt-cfrth storekeepers declined receiving
Confederate scrip for tbe carpetB. when tbey
were rtirratcd and put In j all for discrediting
Wo teirn that Klibj Smith has been pUylng
tbn same game upon several Cecesb store-kerp-ra
From Fortress Monroe.
FnaiMso Uotraor, October i - lho fljg cf
truce boat Metamora anlved here to dav from
Aiken's T.andiog, aid brings down about a
dotri n passtngi re, one of whom reports tbat tbe
retelCongreta have resolved in tnture action
to hoist tbe black Big, and exterminate the
i e-icrais wunout granting quarters
The Richmond ICA!.; ot October 1, says
" Information from General Lee's army indi
cate an Important battle Impending, which will
lake place tre the clrse ol Ibis weeTb
G.'n. AlcCIellen'e urniy is on this side tbe
Potomac and advancing
The rebel army Is represented as ia exoellent
condition and eager foi the fray
Tbe Richmond KMy f peaks of Presldenl
Lincoln's emanclpaliou proclamation aa ordain
ing servile Insurrection In tbe Confederate
States, and says that it Is not misunderstood,
either North or fJoulh.
" It is a daeb of tbe nen to dcatrnv four thou
sand millions of onr properly, and It la aa much
aa a bid tn tbe slarrs torise la insurrection
wllh assurance ol aid from the whole military
aod nnval power ot the United Slatea "
The editor speaks or the cruelty of tbe ted
erel Adm!nltratlon, and saya "Butler Is a saint
when compared with his matter '
Our military op-ua'iuns are henrelr,rtb to
as ume a very grave character The new pro
gramme will necessarily destroy all terms be
tneen us, and the next campaign will be a tre
mtndousone both for tbe magnitude aod the
character of lb) hostilities "
'L.'t our aulborltiea prep ire Ihe whole
atreogth ol cur people for the tremendoua
shock The enemy la making great prepara
lion", as well aa Issuing Uendlsb proclamations.
We must respend with equal energy If we do
not we shall be lont. But we wlUdo It "
YeaUnlay (says tbo fisrofcA) tbe Yankees
advutced 03 Wurrenton, taking Ibe lick and
wcundeu prisoners, and paroling tbem. Tbe
moverncutj cf i.oo rud Jackson were toward
that place on h.lurday last, but their exact
movement Is not known Tla enough to know
tbat our generals understand what they are
Tbe Jinies river v-as never lower than now
In ihe neighborhood cf Lynchburg a man oan
walk across on the roeks wiibout wetting bis
A rebel army post office has been established
at Winchester, and from that point Ibere Is a
dally a'ao to fitRrton
A dispatch from Mem) hi. on the 2th ult ,
says tLeiw Is uo news of Importance except frcm
The Spanish incite v.nlch arrived here vea-
terday, fired a salute to-day at noon, which was
returned from Fortroas Monroe
irThe War of yesterday abases ths Rejiub
lican for quoting from the New York Timer,
and giving due. credit; and in ths same num
ber it impropriates an important letter from
one of tbe Timi)' pecinl correspondents, at
Warrenton, and gives ro creriif Which Is most
TO-The contract for the supply ot station
ery to Ihe Washington ravy yard has been
awarded to Phllp k Solomon, of this city.
SlN Fnavcuco, Sept 30 Trade la very dull
and creatlv debreasetl. Considerable ciuantl-
Ues of drills, turpentine, tar, pitch and rosin
are going on shipboard for New Yotk.
Money is ugnt ana in active nemana at aa
adranos la rates of I ) a 2 per cent. The strln
aeocy Is cansed by the large shipments ol cola
and tbe Inadequacy of ths mint to supply tbe
diflclenclce for the time being. Sight exchange
on New York sells at 12 a 16 per cent discount.
Sterling bills sell at 49 per cent, premium for
bankers, and 49 tor commerlclix bills Legal
tender bills are at 9 a 10 per cent, discount.
Sixty thousand dollars goes forward by to
morrow's steamer for the National Sanitary
Committee, being an additional contribution of
jan Francisco alone. This tarn will be mate
rially Increased by further city lubsctipllous,
and by Ihosubicrlptlooa throughout the Hlale,
which bare earnestly commenced.
For ths National BepabUeao.
Papera were recently circulated in the De
partments for twenty five cent subscriptions,
to pay the expense of the congratulatory sere
nade to tbe President, upon tbe tune of bis de
cree of emancipation. So general was tbe de
sire to subscribe, tbat a much larrsr fund was
raised than was required; about MO remaining
on oanu atier paying an expenses, lasunaep
signed hope that. In appropriating this excess
lo tbe relief ot the Invalid and wounded sol
dlers, tbey have not misinterpreted tbe wishes
of Ibe contributors. Cms. F. Bcumict,
W. A. CkorrcT,
J. T. Olixikis.
IVaihieeton, Oct. 1, 184:.
(We would Inform ths committee that lbs
bill poster has Is ft bis kill at our offlcs, and d
sires to receive his pay. En. Rtrcs )
S.-T.-1 8 6 0-X.
DHAKE'fl PIAHTATIOX BITTIRB.
Thty r urtry, itrenf then, and loTtf oratt
They cmu a heilUijr aipctlt.
The j arc an anodott to thaoft of water antl diet
T hey OTereotM effecu of dlMtpatiOD aad lata hoare
thsy snrcD(lbea theiitemandeDllT'o thatnlod
1 hey ptervot Diat-iaailo aod Intermittent ttitn
They i orllf the breath aod acidity of the itomaoh
Ths-V nli hvHDsstteut si Oil COl sTtlPIJmtlOtl
1 hey core Warihcea,ChoUia, and Goolera Uor-
Iheyoai I.tTerCcmplatnt and Nentni Bead
Thr a ihe bet Bitten In the world ThtT make
the weak man itrccf , aad are txhauttd natnre'e
treat reitortr Ihe are nude of pure St OroU
unra, trie oaieDraiea uaiuaya urK(ivOTi ana neroe,
tnd are teken with the plenareof a baverite.w.Ui
oat regard to or time of day. PattcoUrly rt
ermmtskilid to dtlloa e perBCiu reqntrlog a genii
itlmolunt Sold byallUrocert Uiu(tl-U, IIoU'i,
tnd Salonm l'.ll. DKAKE & CO ,214 Broadway,
3 Cotantblsa Trpogrstphlctal Koclcty
A ttated meetlog of the Colambla Typographloal
8oc ety will be held thle (Saturday) etenfng. lo tne
uommon uoodoii vnnxorr, vj nmiiociwi
Functael attndanoe li deeired
tv lltvv. W. 91. Wooil. of Ilarrliburfl
Pa will ireaeh for the Calvary Beptlil Charoh to
morrow lOODHiy, SID l.fllBDl, Bt 11 OCIOCK. B IB.
ard at 7i In the tvenltg, Id Temperaace llall
cct 4 II
AsVlfeadunsirter htronrt Iteslment V,
C. olunieeret Camp near Sheparatown, Md ,
Sert C6, C2 All ihe men of thle rcmroand low U
end about the city of Weshintctou, are heiehy or
deiel to report lmmedltiy to Ci(t J H UarroTer
lor duty iLhtheoummand
AUuih.enUtd men who do not report to him,
ana woo win not tc ieprna py mm roineie neia
aut'tere1 ai at tent by anthoiliy, will be lUtckea
KalifDoeiU, Kouraodahalfit t lilad
ajrAtuntlniil Atlemlonl Attention III
Watttod a ftow MEN to ojmplete a company of the
hlxteeath regiment Virginia (First Kutera Va )
ThU U ho only reglmi nt now rxiyltg Unm v. and de
tilled fir.' Si'LLlAL SEHVJCE" br the Seere
tarr cf Vl'sr. fcr duty In the Tleln.tT of Alexandria
atvi tne rortj at uii wnimogton, u v v
Usscrultltg tCloe. Third itreet 2d doorbelow Fa
aTtoao A. C WIDDICOUBE.
GEO A ABHES '
s -. .. 2l ot
3 Air Orat PBnylTnt UoaUi--The
u.kesit and aafost route to the Morthwtvt and
oothwwt ,170 through train dally, and oneoi
Sunday. Soldltra' tlckvle at OoTtramcnt ratai u
ah the principal point in the North and Watt. or
ticket- atid inrther laionunvlon apply at the ofllao ol'
the "Great reuuvylTanla Boute.1' northout oorner
PenniylranU avenot and BUih itreet, nnderNa
tlMialuml Offio open from I a m to ftp m.
oa rjundstrt 9 to 4 p m "
8 0 NORTON,
aag ft--ly Afeol
- Uatchelra Ilalr liraTiia Baat In
Uorld William A. Batobelor'e oelebrated
Hair Oye produoat a oolor nt to be dlitlngnLhea
from natnte; warrafiUd not to Injure the Hair In the
lout; remedlM tbe Ul affeota of bad dye, and InTtg
oeatu then air lor life OBET BED, or BUBrT
HAIB Inatantly toroe a erlendld filaok or Brown,
leavlnx the hair aott and beautiful flvtd ty-aU
A-Th Genuine li algued WILLIAM A
Faotorr.No. Bl Barclay etreet, (Late 3U Broad
way and 19 Bond,) Now Yoi k my U ly
AarHpectAl Ifoitees On and alter TuaoJay
April 1, 1B42. the tratnj on the Baltimore and Ohk
BatirusUt will commuost rnnnlng dally, (ttaaJayt
soejtelJ learlng tat Station at 7 40 a mt eoc
ootLtctlDitf at wiuhlngton Junclloo with UaL
rraln for all paiuof the Wwt hj Wheeling o
Parkiuburg Ihrugh tlokoU nold and baggutt
checked W. P SMI1U.
it or irajuportanon u a u. a. tt.
TXJABD WANTrD- Immidlatel. In ioma
X gretatle family, yourg ladled' voouty pre
lerrtd, ty an edacttted young genilemao ill ba
permmtut Addr u "Koom 176, Wlllardi' Hotel "
f irANTED Aa eiDienocd BILL POATRR.
I V The hlghvHt wgd Will be glren for a i.omte
petitmin Apply to C II. BUBUKS9,
cct 3. 8t Sjo B street ncr b, bet nth aud 11th
WAnTKD EMPLOYMENT A troitwcrthy
elderly gatUman li dealiout of employment
fire or ilx hoare per day. He would attend to a
geoUeman'e book, or any other employment
Would not expect unreuooable wegen Aidreu
No (63, New Jeney areoue, Capitol Fllll
FUHHISIIKD IltlUMK WANTKD NKAB
the Uepot of the Baltimore Ohio Ballroad
Company, by a Good Tenant, who will tak good
cure of thit furoUuie, to Addrtn
"K W LDMONUb,
.p 3J PAtunDgsir Agect B iO It B Co '
WAHTF.U-A oumptitant WOMAN veanU b
plnood u housekeeper or nur lu a geoUl
Prctfcelant fatully, AJdrM "UvUfkt6ler,''at thU
WANTKD At the New York Lmploytucni
Agenoy Office .No 611 Ninth etreet, near Pa,
aTniieAVKNlY-IVE(Sb) WHITK and COLr
O Ilia i QIUL.1, with gooit tfafeienOM, u Cooks
Ohanthennatdi, laundrawkri, WaltreeeM, Nur in
and beamrtxeuea aim young Colored Mn to wall
on tAblee In Prtvat Vkiulllea r llotela AlAa wsuil
ed hoowi Immed lately , with or without JurnJtuM
tmpioyere in wui ii kwu uip, iu una it to ineii
lay Mjtf N U M1I.LKH
IXT AHU1II4AVOA HUIHV rAOVOUV.
WAi 1VU-W femCw to Uaiu U nuke ilim
A utsrou tan, tn a ehort Mut, uake. per weak, from
W V li la.iuire.fjr partlaulaif , al i.TBeTeuth it .
tb-k II sW-sl Ul (T 14 If
nioOrogoi' oil Oo-
AT I II Kill
01 If It INDUCEMEKT9 totur'haisrinf Fu.li.
tur. ard mbtr lloastketnlag Oocd
Our itcek Is large and sarled
rarlor Seltes In Iirccanlis, lisp, ana Hair Clotn
Cnanbrr Belts, In .oll.l o.k, valaut, Manriaay,
and ralnUr, neally ornamsBtcd
Oik, Walnut, and UabOfany Kiltwlon Tahiti
and Uiulng Cnalra .
HuKtlor Carltd Hair llatlrsnu, limk and othir
Aim, a larie qasntity el lowcilcid BsdiWiJi,
Chairs Tsblts, Uorsairi, Wardrobsi, Wubstawls,
Olli J urnllors, io
All of stblen are mads Irom tbl but niaterlaU,
and warranisd to give satlrtsotiou
I'trwcs furelabiDX wi uld do woll to look through
ths ttook bslcrs punbailag, as ws srs sslltng al
pi ten lo salt ths Ifmei
HconEaoR a co ,
ooti eodflwlf siuSirsDtbstrsst
FllKiaill TO Na-W YUIIK. TIIEVAflT
sailing, copper and oonptrr fiitmed, lint elati
A. 1 iOloonir, Alrl.W II Ifalcblnsi, toustir, will
,ll tnr th. abov. uorl atout Srldav orfllfurdiv ol
Eiitwttk r.rt of ths lilegbt lltog mgig.J, a
mltsd Qiiaotltv wl I he tiki-n
Apply to KBED H COZZrNS.Agint
Cornir si 1 b Unit aid Pma'a avium
fraruvftjanla isnue, new WOtard' HoUL
LKONAKO UkOVCK aUNAUKE.
I.A3V NIQHT POSITIVELY
v of tbe ,
IRISH BOY AND YANKEE Q.IRL,
Mr. K Mr: If'. J. FLOREJTCE,
Mr. tt Mr: H. X t'LOHEATCE,
Mr. tt Mrt. H". J. FLOREJTCE,
ho bate p rlovoed la tbli Theatre during Ihilr
priMBi t ugagenieni 10 inc
I. A U 0 K 8 T A U D I K N C K S
of ear art lit or artlitsi irath of Niw Yotk
THIS (SATURDAY) E V K N 1 N U ,
An Eipttttl Bill fir the Ortnlon!!
An lrlib Drama. Ak Irish Pair..
An Irian Jl. An Iilah WakiJ
An Irlah ralr. An lush a Ighl.
ToocnuasnoewltlilhspeaBtiral Irish drams, In n
IRELAND AS IT WAS,
IRELAND AS IT WAS,
The Agent's Oppression !
Shomlfiitttftlulv the moet ore talent oauie of End
gratUn Thle pleoa wu flnt entitled " Irelanl u It
ia," out wae aiterta to ite prveent title oy tue ord
UDimDeriau n rogiana, wnoea amy 11 wae to ex
amine eaah tilaT be ft re nroduocd. and alve hti lauo
Hen to Ite treenttllon The alteration sneamd
upon the ocoaelon of the flnt l It of tbe Florences
toOreat Btltala, who bare etaee retalard the title,
lhn and thera gtn, n a palpable ad minion of the
Irjiatloa ot the KeglUh Oorcrnment, by their owo
FABTICDLABLY TO THE IBI8U NATION
Bagged Fat Mr Flore noe
JndrOTrot . ..... . . Mra Fforeno
DanO'Carolen Mr BenRogra
Nell O'CwoUn.hU Son Mr Chae Barron
Connor O'Flaheriy Sir. K. H Terr
Biasg. acoeney anarpr ir j viiltm
Heptimua Stone, tbe Middleman ,. ..Mr W. Bokee
jiioui 1 oyage,ine i.anaioro. . ...nr. r naeaet
Ooexooa . ... If r.O. F. Jamee
Mr MuHice,aMalrtrati Mr. MeDou.Il
HonorOCarolan..... llrj Freeman
UorenoeO Cirolan Mm Ada Monk
uoiaicri. Feasant!. Ac.
Act 1. O'Carotan'a Farm Home, Dlilralolcg tot
Acta Klllroraa Abbey, during a Saow Storm
Maeder. Tha t mlarant'tf Disanure
Act 8 Iatetftr of Squander Caetle The Trial for
March Fotp ourrl QraudOrohtitra
A DAT WI m THE IRISH BBIOADE "
To condud ultb He aoreamlog Irlah farce, la cna
or, cnuuea me
Or the Alan with Three Wive.
Mr W Florenoeaa Bryan OXynn
ON MONDAY EVENING, OCT. C,
1 ni: QUKAT AMERICAN TRAOIO ACTOR,
MR. Ee I. DAVENPORT.
PUICl-d OF ADMISSION
FiUut.) Boiei.ld. DrisU Circle. iSO oeni DiAhtasi
Iru ChiJrt. ?& oeuU. KamUy Clrole, U otnte, Colored
dallery, si oeott; Color J Farterre. 60 onu
Heau mtybereeured Irom 19 oolock a m to 6
o'clock p n ,1 hcutexti a charge.
Doom open at 7( o'clock Comedy commeooei at
9 o eiock. oct a
Cor KleTenih anil O Blse.is
Llj.ltli.aaijr.lgtr , HENRY 0 JARIU.1T
SPLENDID BILL. TO-NIGHT1
A 8TABTLIN0 DBABA
ASlasss Sato Zlosxlzx
on taiuaOAT H.VENINO, oc . s, itei,
WtU bi priscatid the tbrlltlsg aid nTcctir. Drams
HJCEETtABOBOIA SIl.sKATP DKNIN
OENAKRO Mr J.W ALDAUOII
UAFFIOOnSlNI Mr. A II DAMlNI'OHT
To ooaoluds wltta tbo roular farce ct
PAT(lthnIrlhJU) ... Mr SAM RYAN
NAN01 ia Y.nke. lrl).. .Mix ANNIK W1LUH
With Ibe pitllctic .cog of lr. ia ArallUa "
OH MONDAY F.VENINO NIXF
thsjmtlv cshbra ed actor,
XnXx. JoXlxa. 33. Oweua,
Tri Arknotvlidttd Qrrat Cimidlan ot tbl Dar,
wltl maa. bts first appcaraoce lu
TWO rOPDLAB ClIADACIERa,
On wbleh oeoailon
Mr U A 11 HY PEARSON.
aiiss viubA uttuuiiru.aDt
Mr J L llARBKrT
Will Q.ls their i.but lo Ihlicrty
Drll Clrots sad Fsrqottts . &a oibu
Orobe.tra Chairs . rs eiats
rnrate Roars fg
Box olloe opin from 0 a ia to 4 p m
Siarseaab. cecand dally from fi a m.till5p la
Door opes at 1 o'elook, eomasuoe at 7 o'cuck
WOOD -The auUeriber la preparaj to lurnlih
acaioned WOOD Oik and fine at reaacu
All order hit kl thai Yard, a-.n lfiuh irtt n
the waehouie of Mr. Oeorgo Wetere, wnt be
prompny auenaeaw JUUM u Brur;,
ot 4 Si Otorgctowu.
LOT A toldBKEAST FIN, marked "O B
D " The Auder will con far m. reat faror. and
reoelre a reward ol Oue poller, by learlng the
aame at llaaere Shepherd ft Kiley'f atatlonery ttore
corier oi D and bet i nth atiaate we.t. oct 4 6t
M V to
1 a 1
I 5 i
FOBD'S NEW THEATRE
FORD'S NEW THEATRE
FORD'S NEW THEATRE
Near Ibe istnuti
Near Ihe Ansae.
Near the ATeuue.
Near Ihe ATenue.
Tfiit tirttrnoon, Half-put Ti
TMa Afternoon, Batf-patt Two,
TMh Jtfttrnoan, Hatf-ptut Two,
This Jfttrnoon, Balt-patt Two,
ThU rfnemdon, UaU-pattTteo,
TMa Afternoon, Ualf-patt Two,
Ttlsllfrnoon, UalT-patt two,
TMa Jtfttrtfoon, Baif'paat Two,
TMa Afternoon, nalf-pait Two,
TMa Afternoon, Ualf-patt Two,
For Ihe Enioymtnt o( Fimtllci,
For Ibt Enjoymeit of Ftalllei,
For the Bojoymtat of Famlllea,
Tor Iht Enjoyment of Fimiliti.
GRAND a ALA EVENT
Will be Performed
Will be Performed
Will be Performed
Great Moral Play
Great Moral Flay
Great Moral Play
The Most Select Aflern6on Entertain
ment Given In Ihe fllr.
Miss. Maggie Mitchell
Miatl MAOOIE MITCHELL
Miss. Maggie Mitchell
MIS3 MAOOIE MITCHELL
Miss.. Maggie Mitchell
MISS MAQOIE MITCHELL
MISS MAQOIE MITCHELL
MIt3 MAQOIE MITCHELL
MISS MAQOIE MITCHELL
MIS3 MAOOIB MITCHELL
THE CRICKET. THE CRICKET.
THE CRICKET THE CRICKET.
THE CRICKET TnE CRICKET..
THE CRICKET THE CRICKET.
'1 HE CKICKET THE CRICKET
1 HE mit'KET THE CRICKET.
1HL UUICKET THE CRICKET.
AM 1 HE jl IB COMPANY WILL ArTKAB.
TOE Ml'SIRsL DRAMA,
Pet of tho Petticoats.
Pet of the Petticoats.
Jr-oi or txxo Fottlooala
MUSIC, SONGO, AND CnOROSES
MUSIC, CONfiS, AND CHORUSED
WITH BONOS AND A BALLAD,
To coadua. vrtth the
OR LIFE I.V TUB SOVTH,
Natuially illttitratlvs of
Aol l (j Ljooh Ms Trial
Aot lih aod last Ths ladlaa's Kivi&gi
AS'Tbll ixt emelv altraollv. and romtntTa ar.m..
WlUl all III .trovr affinltlM ta natnr.. In nv.rv u.t
ard iod, li one ot tbe zaoit InUrtstUa aad popular
rcot trletar. ot tha Mouth la dri matlo form
8ALEU8CDDDFK . Mr O BISHOP
A chiraottr la wblohhsh.i woa an anvlabl. pralus
70K Mil. ANNIE UBAllAU
Tb.tatlrf DraiaalhOinipiDvlatbli fit;
eg-tUt. GBaA.TE.T ATI1UCTI0N,
JO-TUE MOST ADMIRED PIECED,
a-TIJE MOST FASHIONABLE TUE4.TBE
Th. best neck compao,
Tbs ladli,' fiTorlu Ueitra,
Vliltld bv oar belt sodstv
Altonatd br all ths cilibtltlci
THE WEST CLASS THEATRE
OF WASHINGTON CITY.
REMEMBER THIS AFTERNOON
REMEMBER THI3 AFTERNOON
AND THIS EVENING.
AND THIS EVENING.
CANTERBURY MUSIC HALL,
Lamlstana Anna., a..ar Math all..!,
In mi of tn. isalloaal Ilot.l.
The Great Hesort of the Mbbb6b.
A WEEK Ot BRILLIAKT XOVELTV.
Ws don't protns to bsvs aeh artists as
B. i. BArEJTPOHT,
bit w. havt fol ths braattral It'll.
Kilthir ou ws .bow roo
MKB. W.J. FliORBNOE,
bat ws csa aaow (oa ths swtstMt vcoallst Ib.t baa
avir appsarsa la Ibli ell,aad that U Mi's
If yoa wait to sta a gnat Irish oomsdlaa Ilk
MR. W. J. FLORENCE,
vo would to to ths thaatrs, bat II yoa wint to us
tbo brMi EthlopUa ooaudl.a Uvlag 70a will eons
to lb. Cuterbarj aad sta
Ills style ol psrrormaaoa Is aot Ilka
bat for a food, htarlr laaih ra oil; winl to i
BOB H .A R T ,
aad II bi osa'l salt yoa, why, you asa't sse
Ult. AMD MRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS,
for tbey ars not bars to bs seea, bat
Is, aad M asmls soop will eaolls yoar ritlMlltln to
sash a def es, tbat yoa will not wait to tee
J. H. Clarke,
beoaats ba has lilt Wsihlajjua, bat
huaot, nattbsrdoasha Intend to, bat It
Mlaa Maggie Mitchell
wu to hear
MlM AMELIA WELLS
slat, ihe ooatd not bain lahla(, u
sari, It's so " blaitsd fanay, By boy." Soma people
think the only plana to sis
Il andsr n canvas; bat we nan ahow then one that
will astonish thsm nor tbaa
NJZON'S CKEHOBNE OABDEN
ACROBATS AND HIDEB8,
ASIXEY'S AMFniTHBATBE, LONDON,
Ain't a cinnnutano When yonMesmhaaartut
Ooo. Xt. aDoXaoixlA.
Ooo. XI. SeZioulas,
It mates the people woadir; aad,as
says, " Can snch lhlni be I " Ws auwir,lt caa 1
wu a daaoer.bat ths pecpe say they never law
lueh a oue u
M. JEAN CLOSKI.
He aitont.heo tbe nallrea, aod eo dose
but It will certainly upect yoar gravity to in
THE PRINCE OP COMEDIANS,
and tbe other menb n of thle great otnpany, who
nightly ai pear at thf
A Orand Bill ThtTwiekl
Rtplttt with Fan and Humor'
Don't fail lo Comt '
If You an WW
Dnoriopea.T. Performanoe.tn'olat Closeatll
Adsalsilon, 8s oanta. Orehwtia Cnalri, sa ojab
GRAND MATINEES EYEBY SATURDAY,
rOR LADIES AND CHILDREN
idxurus is JtadiKi Lidlti. 3-j ciaU, ohlldrs: V.
Doon oren at a o'olock , psrforaasM at 2M o'clou
Oood order strictly naintalsed aipn
C I ft c u s
GARDNER & HEMMING'ri.
Thtt Organisation of MhleU ttaJait tctn
computed prloi tn
TOUR THROUGH EUROPE,
tat which, composed ol
Men and Educated Hortca,
AND i .
Complete Zoological Department,
wilt appear in thL oity, on
Lualslana Avenue, Near Tenth Strict.
Louisiana Avenue, Hear Tentn Itrec.
THIS AFTERNOON AND NIQHT
The Daibtng Female Eqneitrlmci
Nlxon's Cremorne Oardn.
MISS ELIZA GARDNER,
The Bciatlrol EqnutMa Uir,..aj
WLLE HELONIN Bfiifll,
rb AecompUshed Equistiliaci
JAMES REi'JTOJLIi S,
The Great Original Jailor, Mlmlo, Ao
Mr. tlEtfRl' MORESTE,
With Wu Startling lupttt Aa
MR. DAN GARDNER,
Th. Mimic, JssUr, aud Comic bla.tr
Mr. GEORGE UERIOUS,
Ths Or.nl Amnloen RUir,
wbo will aech night
RIDE WlTnOUI SADDLE OB BRIDLX
Ontimed Camanihi Ecrss
Tbs greatest living performer oa the
U Ult D K 1'VHDll
And General Equestrian.
Mr BinOIT TOURNAIRE, Ur QEO KIM
CADE, Mr OERALD PEPPEB,
Mr 0. HILL,
to, Ac , An , Ao , As
Admission MO) and 60 cents.
Xoulslana Avenue and TtntK Btrut.
Near the Bridge,
es So tf Star
A L K .
A Deooaa nana uuiLan ana OBOlLLATIBtt
aairtE, ( Uuee-horss power.
Apply at tils nau. jug art