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BY W. J. HUIITAGU A. CO,
OKUHOK M. WBSTOaT, XCDITOU.
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TUUUSDAY, OCTOBER 1C, 1SC2.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS. ill transient
aJvertlaearienla must bo paid for In advance,
aud ihonld be banded In before 9 o'clock, p, m.,
lu ensure tbalr appearanoa on tin followlnt
Tbo military quietude upon tbe Potomac it
not favorable to n"vapaper paragraphing, bul
theSlurof UatevouLgiuimqunted the difficulty
In a very happy minner. It derated tbe entire
editorial itrtogtb of lis Orel edition to specula
ting upon tbe probable objecte ot tbe lucnoted
advance of tbe rebel General Joe Johnston
upon Manassas, while 1U second cdllloa cod
tab. nothing but an elaborated announcemant
of tbe discovery, tbat tbla rumored advance la
a bumbuj. Malting newspapers without newa
Is making brlcke without straw. Wbea tbe
armies on tbo I'olomao aball actaally move,
editors hereabouts will bave eometblog else to
do than to aet up pins (tumors) in tbe morning
for tbe take of knocking them down In tbe
Tbe droit was to come off yesterday in Prince
George county, Maryland, under apprehen
tioos of retlstance from tbe leceeaioolats, an ad
equ Ae military force waa sent tbere to enforce
obedience to tbe laws.
Tbere la no confitmitlun of tbe victory o!
Central Bueil in Kentucky Jut gatutday, which
wis announced by a " special dispatch" to Ibe
N. Y Herall.
Richmond paperi to tbe 9th Instant, bave
been received. Tbey admit a terrible defeat at
Tbe Whl'j aayc
' Tbe telegram which reached ua yesterday
laavea nu doubt that the cor Diet at Corlmh
was obstlnato and Moody. Nor, unhappily,
dins It leave room for doubt that our forces
were defeated bauly defeated and driven back
many miles Irom tbe field of batllo. If the re
porter baa uol exaggerated tbe facts, our losses
must bave been lernfl3. Divisions appear to
have been reduced to brigades, unrfbrlrade
to restmonts. Several dmttrgulahed (Ulcers
were killed, others wounded.
"What roaulu are to flow from this uti Ward
event we cannot, as vet. rlitbtlr estlm it. It
a plain, however, tb it the Immediate oJ euf
ur DDrexeoi uas i&uea- ana IDai toe pma CI
our campaign In It Uia.lselppl has beeii terl
illy dsturbet. Eaarjy, courage and slcll
xar repair our lofs-a and stone fcrourdeft.it;
oute cannot d'sjulse the fact tbat we have
received a very embarrassing and anno let;
The rjminer says:
' It Is much fe ired tlwt tbo effect on the
ctmpatgo in the West will be conaldarable aud
disastrous. Ua!ess Risecrans is verr bialv
crippled by bis own losses, be may now fiin
ma junction wnu iuen wiioout interruption.
- ibsequent operations may force Ueu. Bragg
to re'.tro from grouLd be has tuktn lo Ken
"In a word, tbs recriiquest of Tennessoe
ind Kentucky is greatlv endangered by this
vent, unless some strode or geoerulBblp and
enterprise a lure back fortune speedily to
the Confederate standard lo tbo West.
' We must reflect, also, that this event Is
".nil fitted to revlvo tbe droiping adherents
t the Federal Government In tbe Northern
stttes. Comlrg next to Lie's retreat from
Maryland, with no Intervening victory of the
Confederate arms, tbey willauppose it an in
dicatton that luck haa once more turned In
rholr favor. It la tne flrsl oocasinn on whtcb
the bare been abie to bold their ground
fgiirst any considerable body of Southern
troops unassisted by their fleet, and hotveter
freat tbe disparity of numbers may have
ceen, tbe result will reai.su, for tbe mo
ment, tboae who have been for eome time
a ell satisfied tbat all pitched battles between
Northern and Southern men, in which the
Tjrmcr nave not mat aareniitiout assistance,
must necessarily end I: Mc'.c-y to tbe South.'
Gen Grant, in tble cast- as lost winter at
Fcrt Dcnelson, 1 tba man who baa turned tbe
tide of rtbel auceesee.
olmullaueoualy with this great disaster to
tbe rebel cause at Csriolh Is the overthrow It
til met with In tbe Northern electlona. It
c?ver tabs but It pours.
To uuileriuui what was In store for us, unit-re
eometblog .bid happened to damsge tbe
prorpecta of tbe rebels, w copy tbo following
ti-3 the repcrt cf tbe (pitch cf Jobn Van Bu
r 'n, cade at tbe great Democratic meeting in
I.'-w York on Monday evening :
'We propose to have a vigorous prosecution
f the war now; and in my Judgment, MoClellan
ought to be authorized lo march lo Hlchmond
ana take the capital. T King Inn anemy'acap
Mai ts the natural resting place lu every wur.
I say it is, if nut the end of tbe 'war,
i-e oiur.il retting place In the war; and after
tbat will be the time. In my bumble Judgment,
to trest of peace and to determine what ought
i be done. And I am Just as well prepared
. wto say what ought to be done as I soould
tben. I believe a conveution soould be
ailed. I believe our Southern brethren ought
tv he muted to such a convention. I believe
that when Richmond la t. ken, tbey will be sat
itfied of their InaM My to contend with tbe gi
gantic re.uuross of tne tree and loyal States of
tnla Union. Tbey have suffered prodigiously
and tnu.it suffer moie 1 will not believe that
they bave utterly forgotten Ibe glorious and
precious histories of our pint Lareer. I will
nut believe that tbey are wITling tu relinquish
their share In our cummoir heritage of tame.
I will not believe that tbey will consent to see
this great, model Itepubllc, starting In its ca
reer and cbaliengirg the admiration of tbe
world, and being tbe hope and light of freedom
throughout the world, strargled In llslofancy.
I believe that under those circumstatces tliey
would come Into a convention; that we could
aree to live together uuder the Constitution
as It la, or with more distinctly defining what
the Constitution now Is. And If they will not
content, then I know that I am in f tvor of so
AOtiLJiDhi tba Constitution as to let tbem so.
r&rug to them, lu tbe language uf the gallant
b"oti,' way ward eistora, uepart in peace,
JwLn la less cautious Ibau some of bis asso-
cUUt-, vu. be only vxpurees ideas which bave
bten uuivutul amoug tb m Irom tbe beginning
of tble war. To wear oat Ibe patience and ex
baust Ibe resources ' ' the country by delays,
and tben cloee tbe contest by yielding to the
tekela every thing tbey want, or permuting
tbem to establish en tnlainous confederacy,
with human flamy lor its coiner stone; ibis
has been the too well undei stood "pre gramme.
ft will fill tobereallz
but not wilbout coat -
lag then, tlon thousands cl millions uf treaauiel
.cd hundreda of tbousinda cf llvis,
Air Van Burta Ij loo riank to keep up the
Urce of Itat rally cry of bla parly' tbe Con
Btitutloo ta tl Ii " Mr. Vau Uuien la fur a tw
Coottuuiluo o.di lu tult Ibo tluvcboldera,
just u bla frlui,dB lu Cougrees were, during the
eeiiioo of Utu 1 Tbn Couatllulion, as our
filberamidfclt did uoi eult tbeu. Tbey want
ed a new CocettUiticn iu It remodelled by
JuLo J. Crluecd(n aLd olbeta, and tbey now
excuse, If tbey do out juttily Ibe rebellion, be
udes ttee cbangrf were r'jei,ied by the coun
try. "Ibe CocBlltuiioa as ti ii, ' at a rally-try
tor tuch men, Is oot In tbe above beard atyle of
Jobo Van Huron.
Tutee pcliticlaoa are dtetlotd to au entire
delest. It la not ibe Constitution, but slavery
which ll to be Gverlhion. The course of
events Is too atruug for them.
The President's tehime of lending a colored
colony lo Colrlqul, la which ha had enlisted
the co-operation ot Senator I'omtroy, appears
to be abandoned, Inasmuch as Secretary bew
ard bis addrtised a lellT lo lb Secretary ol
the Interior, elating- that Ibe apprehensions ol
the people of the Central American Stales, In
regard lo the proposed colonization expedition,
have lean wrought up to a panlo by the tfforu
of certain Ill-disposed persons, who bave mis
represented Its objects, and Ibat It will be ad
visable, therefore, to suspend or modify tbe
plans In regard lo It movements.
Thirteen thousand persons, we are told, had
signified their with lo accompany Senatoi
Pomeroy to Llnconla, which lact proves elthei
au exlenalve defile among the 'colored race to
emigrate, or their general confidence In Mr.
Pomeroy. It Is, probably, evidence ot both
Several colored perions have already arrived
here, eipectlngkto go out to Moconla on tbe
20th Inatanl, and hundreds ulore, it is aald
bave btoktn up their bem-e aod bnrinem, w.lb
i view lo going. To tbeso persons, tbe sua
pension of tbe expedition will be a eerlout
affair. No blame, however, can possibly attach
to Senator Pomaroy. Be has not yet returned
her from Kansas, but La hourly expected.
Of a- circular recently leaned by the State
Department, upon Ibis general subject, we ap
pend an abstract from one of our contempo
raries: " In relation to tbe general subject of negro
colonization, a very Important circular, bear
log date October 1, 1861, has been sent from
the State Department to tbe dlplomatlo repre
sentatlvea of the different Oovernmenta, near
Washington. This Is done, as Mr. Bsward as
aarta, because many peraona of that race ex
Dress a desire to amtsrate.and manv Govern
ments have manifested a dlapoaltlon lo avail
tnemseivea of tne oenenta or auon emigration,
The circular la Intended aa a Droiect ror a oon
ventton, and stipulates first, tbat tbe eml-
grants must be allowed to go from free obolce,
11 at all, azd that agents must be appointed by
the Oovernmenta Inviting emigration, to super
intend all details. Among those specified are
a record of ate. sex. aid condition, and Place
of embarkation and daatfnatton. Qoodvaaaela
must be provided, with eueb accommodations
tuauaminei need not Dsaeparaieu oniaevoy
a&e. and auch narlv of emigrants ahatl be al.
lowed a apeoial agent of their own choice, or
mat ui me unuaa Diaies.u aesirva. un arnv
log at tbe destination, tbey sball be provided
with comfortable dwelllCES and lands, to bt
owned and occupied by tbem, or furnished suf
ncient employment on nire at sucn wages as
will enable tbem to provide tbelr clothing and
medicines, and to educate tbelr children In
elementary knowledge theaa provlslbos to
oonunoe lor nve years- uis generally pro
vided tbat the children sball not be separated
from narenlat that tbe emlsrrants and tbelr
posterity sball forever be free; that liberty ol
oonsctence and right of property sball be guar
anteed, and nil privileges granted which shall
be erjayed by cillren of tbo oounlry to which
theyg?. Provision is alao made sgalnit ne
glett and auffaring by reason of p, verty or
sickness. Nu monopoly Is Intended to be given
lo any country In tbe matter, but a conveulloc
will be made with wbatever nation possess
eg a constitutional government snail cboose to
treat the proposed limitation of snob treaty
being ten years."
Re lection of gtnalar Kool
We are gratified to recuid tbe election ol
the Hon. Solomoa Foot, a United States Stua
tor from Vermont, by tbe nearly unanimous
vote ol tbe Legislature of tbat State. Ills
election la received with the liveliest satisfac
tion in political circles here. Tbla la Ur.Koot'e
third election to tbe Senate, aid la a compli
ment never belorb paid by Verrxoit to a Sen
ator; yet it waa worthily earned, and grace
fully bestowed upun Senator Fool. Ever faith
ful to bis native Mate, and true as steel to the
lotereete uf our common country, emloent aa'a
patllamentarlanand prea'dlog officer, dignified
aod courteous as a Senator, aod cf unexcep
tionable character and rpotlraa putlly In social
life, bis iouieoce Is commanding lu eviry
sphere, and bis patriotic fforte for his Slate or
country are uniformly and cordially tustatced.
Vexmoot baa honored bersijll not leas than
him In his fl altering re-election, and the whole
country Is lo be congratulated on the reault.
p&- A telegram, dated Oct. lo, from the
postmaster ut Cairo, III , to Ibe Post Office
Department, state l ibat tbe mall ettatner " Ua
ztl Dili " was (cized by tbu guerillas at Casey
villa, ICy , tbe mill tak:n, aud Ibe mail agent,
Duiicuo, made u pria juer, aud tbat tbe mails on
tie route from Eransvllle, Ind., to Cairo, III ,
will be withheld on tbe Kentucky ihore, above
Euilthland, Ky , till mattera get more quiet.
Tub Nitioiil BieMtK." Tbo October
sunibtr of Miaa Baker's periodical contains a
great variety of arllclea. It la handsomely
printed, on tupcrior paper. Tba rtory of
Olula" la contiuued. Tbe editorials and con
tribullona breathe a blgh patriotic epirlt
Ou the outside of tbe lUpuWcan ol to-day
la a poem from tbo pen of Mr. C. W. Denieon,
copied from tbo .Banner.
A Liuil Point. We are Informed that
Judge Merrick, of tbe United Statea Court In
Ibia District, resists the deduction of tbe In
come tax (seven dollars and nine cents) from
bis quarterly salary. Hit ground It, that tba
sslarles ol judges cannot constitutionally be di
minished during their (etm of office.
tol.T. H K.y.
WaeuiKOTui, Oct. IS, 1SC2.
Jin. Editor : We bave bad certain ctiirea
pondeots much exerclaed, or late, over the po
litical opinions r,l Colonel K17. It la dKBcult
to raj which be luffers more from, his friends,
er bla aaiallanta.
Colonel Kev is a man of large brain and
larger heart, and counquently regarde slavery
as tbe cause uf tht- war, and tbe only ohatacle
in the way ol Its clcse. Although a Kentock
Ian by birth, and a pro-elavery man by educa
tloo, he prefert hit Government to tbe negro,
and advocated, Irom tbe start, what our Presi
dent has so lately put in practice. Personally,
he may be the friend uf many of bis early as-
Isoclatts. Politically, he is the friend, and
1 holds tbe confidence of such men aa Cbae,
Holt, and SUntoo, and other true men and
alatemien fortunate euour-b lo known and ap
Your Sorresponde at maka a funny jumble
of tbe ongio ol the bill emancipating tbe alavea
of tbe Dlatrlc', Colonel Wilson, be UMttres
ua, while ou McClellin'a rtuQ, drew up tbe bill
Id au off band, military raa'jar, and threw It
over to bis superior c(ll;or wan tbe free and
easy remark that he could copy it; and tbe sa
R trior officer, a pro slavery man, did copy It.
nt content -altb tble. he went about this
Irlend of Valltndlgbam & Co. and boasted of
being tbe cull, or.
Cbaimlng bit of romance; bupe Ihe author
allHavor us again.
Colonel Key Is a remarkable mm. and no
ihtnir I.nt M. IndirTarenoe to ofilce and shrink
ing from notoriety keepa bim from holding a
prominent palllon before tbe public. At It
is bis lollutoce his been marked upon tbe
gieat events now so deeply atiocting oar aes
liny as a people. I
A Letter (Mm Oe. K earner
lKiW MIrU of the Timet of this week t ut
llsbes tbe following letter of Itajor General
Philip Kearney lo O 8.1Ialatcaa7 JrV-f Newark','
N. J., which has been made the subject ol com
TIlRRUON'd LlKDINO, 41b. August,, 18C2.
Drill Pit : I thank you for yuUr Mod, long
letter. You extend to me hope'. You suggest
nilhdrawina tne and my division out ol Ibis
lgvUt position. With Pope's army, I would
H'e luivt no tjtntrals. HcClellan la the fail
ure I ever proclaimed him. He has been pun
ished, lust at I at once comprehend ed the moves
of the parties, lh tail! onfygef ut la mortfoUitn.
mors teosn; o Wocii fighting by driblets, lie
has loat fie confidence of all. Nor baa be a
single officer about him capable of bettering
us. Bjmoer is a "nun in a csma tnop," ana a
tire enough blunderer. lost his corps
arratultonslralFalr Oaks. He Is not now In bla
right plaoe, and will be much worse. - Is-J
a small brain, ossified In aM company' garrison
on tbo frontier. He waa not 'of ua' in Mexico,
but In a rear column once aaw a distant flub In
a guerilla fljbt. Hit skill Is a myth, a poeti
cal version ol hit own par tat Bull's Ran. Por
ter Is mod In nature, but weak at water tbe
apparent of all this , disaster for hli want ol
geoeralfblp on the Chlckshomlny. and
Fraoklln are talented engineers. They might
make good generals If they ooderetood the'vslue
of elements la their calculations; at it, tnry
ate daogetoua failures.
When was drunk, he bad tome few men
drowned before Yorktown. 1 know of no other
rest of bit. Franklin's battle of West Point
wit a meat runaway picket tight of ourt. Hit
puton tbeCblckabomlny Wat nnpardonable.
He tent over a division, (hla own,) waa present
on tbat aide out of fir, and never Interfered to
prevent tbem from being sacrificed by driblet
and rendered a prey to their false position. 1
wet horrified at It, aa described by Gen. Taylor,
and all others. Is it surprising tbat I want to
tet ont of tblt mesa I Betldtt, they have lent
me a major generalship, like all these others,
dating from -llh July, muddled in a batch ot
new and very ordloary junior oncers. Do tbey
forget tbat I waa appointed tutlflh on Ibe origi
nal Hat! Tbat I, on the heels of Bull's Run,
faced the enemy with a Jersey brigade, In
a-lvsoce of all others, UcClellaa, McDowell, tt Id
omne genus, nearly forcing me to come back of
tne "Seminary." vo may lorgei me ai Manassasr
My Jersey brigade, that Infected with ptnlo the
retiring enemy! Hat Wllllamiburg sever come
to their ears I Oh, no I I really feel aggrava
ted beyond endurance. Ditcipthu becomes
degradation If Dot wielded with juillct. Patr'
otiam cannot amid all her tacrlUcet, claim that
otielfrtiptd. Generals, victorious In the paat,
are not called on to expose their troops, unless
those brave men are acknowledged. Their
identity In their chlal'a promotion, claims a
date ot their own blgh acts. Ob, no, I am
nearer returning to the home I have given up,
to the tntereeta I have sacrificed, to my cher
ished wife, whose anxiety oporwsee ma. than 1
evrr dreamt of In a war for tbe Union. Bul if
tbe Infatuated North are weak enough to let
thl crista be msnaged by ' email men or small
motlvee,' I am not willing to be their pnppet.
My dear Pet, I am too lazy, and too little In
.created, to Jive Into Iho fjiuro of this Utile
box of heretic.' so do til) me what do the
people at the North look forward to In the
future 7 I tear lest tne war win cue out in rapid
For McClellan, he la bumf out. Never onee
on a battle fi'Id, you have nothing to hepe
from h'm aa a leader of a column. How clo
they expot't Pope to beat, with a very inferior
force, tbe vetwane of Ewell and Jackson t Bul
these are epleodet. We deceive onrtelvea
There was a people of old It was Ihe warrior
Spartan, with bla Helot of lb) field. The South
nave reaiizsa it, -mere was an nmDiiiua poo
Die of recent tlmea, and a conscrlptlou pan
dered to herlnvwlcni At this moment the
South exemplifies tbem both. " Peace, peace."
but thero is no peaet. No, not even with a
dliruptured Union. Let the North cut away
Draft we most, or the tfiacir-IIneel ynou
sivM of the South will rederm scrip la Phil
adelphia, and yet the frua North mint
accept It, and quickly, lo a man, or the
moment It drat-idea In debate. Maryland.
Tennessee, and Kentucky will coal paat victo
ries to the winds and riae wun tbelr nearly
allied rebel kin. My dear Pet, I aball be -
lighted wnen uenry can come on. Aa to u -l,
Hsletead. I think that bit cose It a type of .be
lneane aad unnecessary despotiam tntrolnced
Into tbe army, under the auspices of McClellaa
and his very tceofc aids. It It now too late, bnt
why waa not toe cavalry put in my cnarge at
tbe commencement t 'Two nights ago the rebel
batteries fired from acroes the river, and killed
and wonnded tome thirty men. Lost night
Hooker started out on a crude expedition to
Malvern uiua. ue went out lour muea ana
came back again. Still, a " fa'sa uja" Injures
tbewnoie army, ucuieiian la dangerous, from
tbe want of digesting hla plant. He positively
naanoiaienta. Auieo. uei me ana my " ngnt
Ing division" with Pope. Wbb beat regards,
to sir. u. b. mump, jr , newtrx, n. J.
The War In Kantwcky.
The Commercial (Cincinnati) of the 13th baa
a telegram from Indianapolis, which eava:
" Is-DUKiroiis, October 12, 1802.
, " It la said tbat Bragg ami Klrby Smith's
armlet have been driven tetween our army
aod tbe Oblo river. An eneacement la immi
nent, and onr forces will without a doubt be
victorious. They cannot poaalbly escape. Brig.
Gen. Boyle la In cummand at Louisville, and It
able to hold the city."
It strikes us that tbe loyal public has already
had " aomelblng too much ot this." We have
bad promise enough Irom Buell; where It the
On Wednetday the 8th lnatant, be allowed a
fiart oi ma army to be attacked in overwhelm
ok force by tbe rebels. Tbey were finally re
pulsed, but not until they bad disabled twelve
10 fifteen bucdred Union euldlers, including
eeveral ol our best tracers. It la aald tbat the
rebel lcaa was larger than oura; but where la
tbe evlJtLca ! Did we take any rebel guns !
um we not lose tome i
It was reported tbut Duell In full force fought
DroKs next day acd biat him badly. Tbat la
now auinlttid lo be lake.
Tbeu It waa reported tbat a great battle bad
been loucbt and a ereat Union victory won on
Saturday; bnt that proved a no encu tblog.
mtto aa to ouoaay.
It h now plain that there baa been no second
battle and uo declalve victory, bnt the rebela
bave captured part of one of our traloa and 600
men near Frankfort.
Now we bear that the rebela " cannot poaal
bly eroape." We predict that Ihey uUl eecape
with little loaa ao long aa Bu-ll leada the Union
arralea. iV. Y, TVtoune.
Dsclslon Und.r the flevemwo l.aw.
The following declalon, In reference to die
tilled spirits aud coal oil, bas been made by
tbe Commissioner of Iuternal Revenue:
Distilled aiilrlte may be removed from tbe
place of manufacture for Ibe purpose of being
t-xporieii, or ror tne purpose oi uuiog reuisuueu
for i-xnort, and ri fined coal ell may be removed
tor tbe purpoeu uf being exnorled, alter tbe
quantity ot oil or snlrlts bo removed aball have
Darn ascertatoea ny inspection,, accoramg to
tne pioviaiona oi tno excise law, upon ana wun
Ibe written permission of tbe collector (see
blank No. 31) of tbe district, without payment
of tbe tax tbereon prerloua to tuch removal:
tne owner mereor naviog nret giv.n bonus
(form No 32) to tbe United States, with suffi
cient sureties in at least double the amount of
aald duty, to export aald apitlta or oil, or pay
tbe duties Ihereon, within a neilod not exceed
ing ninety days from the date ol aald bond.
Tbla bond must ne given oy ue owner oi the
spirits or oil, whether distiller or otberwlao, aad
muet be executed to tbe aatlafaclion of the col
lector, before the epirlt or oil It removed from
tba Dremlaea. were distilled or manufactured.
When a bond for export bat been given, and a
permit granted, toe tpriit or on may ne er
ported Irom the apeclfied port without tbe In
tervention of the collector, under Ibe excise
last at auch port."
The Union candidates lor State (filcert are
reported to be eleoled by 60.000 majority.
Puiutntxruii, Oct. 15. The returue from
thl Oosgreaaional dla'rlcta are as folio wi:
lat district--Randall. I). elected.
2d " O'Neal, U. "
3d- " Kline, D.-r doubtful.-
4 b' ' Kelly, U. eltcledV ,
Mb " Thayer. U. " . ,
lilh ' Silica, D. "
7ih Brownsil. U, ."
8ih " Accona, D. "
Olb Stevens, U. "
loth ' Myer Blronae, I). "
Uth Johnson, D. '
IZlb " Grow.U. "
13th No Keturne.
Nth Patten n, U. Probably elected.
15tb " Bailey, U. ,,, elected.
16th " McPbereon, VI "
ir.h " Blalr.U. '
l'jlh it No Returns.
20th ' r ,;'
2iit ."J Dawson," DUBHettou doubtful.
2.M Y? Moorhead,y.,.BiKled.
3itb " .-, ejNaBeturnt. &
Rtsdlt, that fir. 12 Union men 'and 7 Dem
ocrat! cltcted, i f it '
Puiudimbu. Oct. 15. Sixteenth diairlcl
Franklin county electa a Democratlo senator,
member of the Hoase and aheruT, and gives
MePhenoa, fbr Conxrett, fifty majority.
Adama county glyea Ooffrath, D., for Con
areas, 456 majority. Somerset connty givea
ci'herton 830 majority. Fallon connty gives
Ooffrath 625 majority.
Twenty first District Indiana ronnty gives
about 3,100 majority for Stewart, U., for Con
gress. The dliirlct It atlll in donbl. Dawaon
-it probably defeated.
An extra copy oi tne voyiestown xvemocrui
Vlves the vpte ol Burks ronnty lor Carrlgan
D , for Congress, In 'the Finh district, at C30
msl-rlty. Ibis electa Uarrlgan by 194 raa-
ine maj ruy lor tne vcmocrauc mate ticxei
la aald to be larger than Oarrigan'e.
GreitBind, I'enn.t Oct 15. The Tw.lfib
district gives Denblsnn, Democrat, a Ibonatod
majority over u. A. urow a nemocrouo gain
ol three tbouasnd.
CtvctMiiTi. Oct, II. midnight The election
Saaaed elf very quietly to day. The Democrata
ave elected their entire county ticket.
CiNciMs'iTt. Oct 15 t'he Congressional die
trlcte, aa far aa beard from, aland as follows:
l'irat district l'eudieton, Democrat, re
Second dliirlct "he Democrats claim Lone a
election oy toout juu.
iDiia aiatrict ocnencx, union, la elected by
about 800 majority over Vallandlghim.
Seventh district Cox, Democrat, Is proba
bly re elected by a small maj iriiy.
Cusveuxd. Oct 15 The returna from Ibe
'oUowiort counties, ahow an average uf 800
msjorliy for tbe Democratic Slain ticket:
Crawlord, Holmee, Stark, Wayne, Allen. Kuox.
Siudueky, Richmond, end Asblaud.
Wart, tne Itepuoiicau oominee lor Uongrrsa,
is probably elected irom tne Toledo district.
uox. u is eiecea iron tne raoKiia antrict,
Sthenck, R is probtb y elected over Vallan-
uuney laueieaiediorL-ongreas in meuamil
DivrsroRT. Iowa, Oct 15. fllrara Pi Ice.
Republican, Is probably elected to Coogreit
Irom Ibis district.
A Drli a'.e dnpatch Irom Erie gives a Renub-
llcaa majority in tbat district of from 1,600 to
Cikcinmiti, Oct. 15. The returna from In
dlana Indicate ihe following result for Con
gress: First dliirlct Laws, Democrat, elected.
Second diet! let -Cravena, Democrat, elected
Third diattlct Dunn, Union, probably
Fourth district llolman, Democrat, re
elected. Eighth district Julian, Union, elected.
ANOTHER REBEL RAID EVPEC1ED,
Rebels aald to be Crossing; (be
Potomac in Force.
TUB KEPOUT MOT CKEDI I'KD
ruiUDELT-iiu, October IS The IiuU'tin ot
thla evciilog saya Ibat a private letter, dated
Sklppeniburg, Cumberland county, statea that
Information baa been received there tbat tbe
rebela are croeniog ut Hancock In large force.
Great excitement prevalla In conaequence of
A private telegram from Chambersbnrir last
night taya that heavy firing hat been beard all
day In the neighborhood of Hancock.
HiirtismjKO. October 15 The renort that a
large force of rebela are croaalng at Hancock
a not Dcueveu nere.
Latest from Kentucky.
MOVEMENTS OF GEN. BIUQO'3 ARMY
THE REBEL DI.AD STILL UNUURIED.
LocistlLLE, Oct. 15 Sklrmlahlng occurred
yesterday all along ibe line, Irom Uarrodsbtirg,
The rebels are trvloir to tret out of tbe Slate
though Bragg hurried southward, because, tin
tne day oi tne rerryvuie battle, ne ucard ttiat
Price and Van Dorn bad been beaten at Co-
rlntb.jind that be could not get reinforcement
irom mat quarter.
Large numbers of rebel dead are lying un
boiled at Perrviille. A rebel detachment
came to the field under a Hag of truce, and left
tbem without any attention wbatever.
ine guua trie reueia toot, irom ua, ana wnicn
we retook, were rplked wllb telegraph wire,
which we easily removed.
I s ,
Bii Frim-isco, Oct 14. Bualnesa ft unset
tled. Mercbauls are apparently disinclined to
make new engagement! ontll further advices
are received Irom the East in regard to tbe war
proapecia and currency mttiere. mere it oon
elderable demand for shipping, which oould
not ne supplied until oner ine arrival or a neei
Dr. E H. Cooper, a surgeon of considerable
distinction, died to aay.
Tbe town ol Uowland Hat. sierra county
baa been almost totally dettroyed by fire. Tbe
iohb ia eaiimiteu at eiuu.uvv.
The ateamer Sierra Nevada arrived to day
from lha northern coast, bbe biougbt four
hundred and forty passengers and $120,000 In
treasure frun British Clunibia, $270,000 from
Oregon, and over $100,000 In the bandaorthe
paaiengets from both places.
Arre.t oriwrgcon John J. Moram.
Fridebics, Md .Oct. 14, 10 43 p.m.-Dr. Jno.
J. Moran, examining turg.on for the draft In
Frederick connty, waa arrested tbla morning
by a detective officer of the Government, upon
the cbaroe ol malfeaeance lo ofilce. and con
signed to the custody of Captalo 0. H. Smith,
FrovcBt Marshal of tbla city. The Imputed of
fenci conalata In tecelvlng Illegal feet for the
granting or oertincatea oi exemption.
IsTtriNiL Ritixoit. Tbe Commissioner of
Internal Revenue baa decided ibat a firm doing
bualnert In different placos must take llceoae
for each place where tbe business It carried or.
arCount Mercier, French Miniate-, la to oJ
copy tbe mansion of Mr. Corcoran, on Lafayette
Square, during the absence of tbe latter In
-BTroxxa -SharleatoiA t.
TWO r.OliMIOABLt KAMI UtADY,'
1 .' i . ' t i
A gentleman who left Chatleatoo on the 20th
ult hat reached our city by the way of Nseh
vllle. He sayt the Charlettonlant bave com
pleted two very formidable rama, which will be
put Into service aa toon aa tbey can obtain their
complement of men. They are considered more
formidable than the Manassas. Com. lograham
oosamsnds one of the rama. - ' .
Oar Informant taya the banke of Ctiatletlon
bay t6.0OO.00O or t7.004.000 of counterfeit
Confederale notet on band, which tbey bave
reoeiveu aa good. Toere are aaia to ne irom
t70.000.000 to t80.000.000 of inch trash In cir
culation In the Confederacy. The Treasury
Department at Richmond tent about 1250,000
or tbtt counterfeit money to Charleston to pay
troopt with. ,
The bankt la all the Confederacy are' offer--Ing
large rewards for the detection ol Ihe Coun
terfeiters. All tbe necereatles of life are at tarvation
Etlci t la Cbtrleaton. Price of Boor, $45 per
trrel, tea. $8 a pound: raitar tl 60 a Bound!
side bicon, 76 cents; hams, tl; btr of tosp,
$450-, caudlet, 25 cent apiece. Zouuntus
The rjieeklnfVpor ihe ilave lyatsm la
Fram tbs New York Kveateg Po.1,
It la reported from New Orleans that recent
ly a "delegation " of slaves from the planta
tion oi a asr. aiaunteii rvn'ie, on oi tne oioeet
and wealthiest plonteis In a river county below
New Orleans, applied le General Bhepley for
advice, in hit character at military governor of
the Slate Tbe correspondent of the New York
" Theee men Informed tbe general tbat they
came for freedom; Ibey laid their fellow ser
vants la other placet were all leaving their
masters, and that they wished also to Improve
their condition, but that It waa not .clear lo
their minds bow wtt the beet way to do so.
Tbey emphatically said, however, tbat they did
not Intend to labor much, If they could help It,
without remuneration, and they concluded their
itqueatt and protests by asking that If they re
mained peaceably at home, they might hare
fair wagee secured to them lor their eervlcee.
General Shepley treated the matter with great
consideration, and after conferring with Gen.
Butler, permission waa granted to these men to
make terms with their master, who consented
lo have a partner In the transaction, and these
men bave gone to work, not at slaves, but as
hired men.1' .
- Tbo following la from Ihe Wathltgton
correspondence (Oct 14) or the N. V. JVBuna:
Kxaaoxa it woxx on tbc Diro.cn.
Tbe number of daik skinned refugees 'from
tervltudeio rebela sow employed In the quar
termaater "a department here and upon tbe de
fences of Washington, It not far from 2,000.
iuiviL or nucx BtrcoEta.
Tbe arrivala ot Africans from "Virginia for
the laet two or three weekt have averaged
about tblrly a day.
Biutr fob rooiTrria.
A colored church In Toronto, most, if not all
the members of which are fugitive ilivei, bit
ini.t lent to tbtlr more recently escaped breth
ren bare about $2 100.
Itc kUetlonofeenatorFoet,i-r Vermont,
MoMriLiia, Oct. 14 Solomon Fool wst
re elected Untied Slates e'enator to day, for six
years, by a unanlmotia vote In the Senate.
There wire only siren votrs agalnsthlm In tba
DtiTU of Elwood Fhhir. The Atlanta
(Ga.,) Intelligencer announces Ihe death, la that
elty, of Elwood Fisher, nt tbe age of 64 jesr.
Mr. Fisher waa well known in Washington at
the publisher of a pro i liver y paper called Tie
Southern i'i ess. He had been a refugee In At
lacla since tbe fall of Naabyllle.
Third Aia'aUot Engineer Jar. Miller,
of the U 8. steamer Delaware, having been al
sent without leave since the 5th Inst , hat been
dropped from tbe rolls of tbe navy at a deser
t&- Commander Patteraon hat been detach
ed Irom the Ohocura and Commander Flttbugb
from tbe Cyaoe.
The whaling veeeele destroyed by the rebel
steamer "290" are estimated to have been
worth $130,000, exclualvu ol their cargoes.
Tbe difficulties with tbe paroled Federal
prisoners ut Columbus continue. They refuse
10 go lu.ii in noriuweaiern campaigD, ana
trjeaures me about br-lni; Instituted to compfl
them. That a few will lis shot for mutiny and
Insubordination Is probable.
Brigadier General Ben Logan bat asieraed
five tbouaind dollars on tbe disloyal Inhabi
tants of JrfTaraon City, Ulaaourl, for lubsiatjog
ihe enrolled mllltla In tbat place, and for the
relief of Ibe destitute families of soldiers in
Mr. Montgomery, the butlnms man of the
Vickaburg Wh'g, arrived at Cairo on October
9, with bis family. He gives u gloomy picture
or anilrs in mat city, and says mat tne union
sontlmmt Is being rapidly developed. 'Ibe
people, bu saya, are waiting anxloualy for the
appearauce ol the ganboatt, and tbtnka an
notir a uomuarumeut win cause ine capuuia
tlon ol the city. Mercbandlar and the necea.
a ii lei of life are enormously high. King Cot
ton la destroyed. The ataple la worth bnt three
cenla a pound, and a bale will not buy a pair
of Yankee shoes. He estimated tbat ten per
ceut. only ot tbe last cotton crop baa been
burned. JilT. Tbumpaon ia gathering a body
of men, whoax avowed objict is to attempt Ihe
recapture ol Hew urieara.
It la a lact Ultle known, that for the Ant five
years ol our Government the United States
senate always sat In secret. Thn flrat time the
dooit were open lor publlo dlacnaalon was on
Ibe contest aa to tbo right of Albert Qallatln
lo a aeat In lha Senate,
a ata N o y
boldier.v Heller Association.
Ottcv.lSo S75 Kstrcti corner Tdrytbtb
Commanicftiloni to bt a4dreite(t to
J. W. UAlllAWAY,
oct 16 U Lock box 18, Weiisloglon.D C.
MoO-rosor cs Oo-
t3) Seventh itiect.
OFF LR INDUCEMENTS lo pnrbastn of Kurnl-
lure lu oiPi.r jiot.MKeti.iDi uucur
f iBit tteck la liairffB aud ftrlcd
l'arlor Hoilea in tincatelle, Itep, and HaJr Cloth
Chtmbtrr h'rttti. in aolld Onk. Walnut. Mahriany.
nnl i-iiint.1. ncallw ornami.tcd.
OtHTi ViaiUUl, iMtt JUtVUWJUiJf a-.alllUIIUU 1 sk..c
bujtilor Curled Hair MatlrrNet, lluik and other
Aleo.a large qaantlty of lowtiilotd Bedattada,
Cbalra. 1'ablta, Uoreaus, Wardrooej, Weahatandi,
(H). rut-nit Bra. La
.A 11 of vbictt are made from tba btet uaterlali,
end warranita to give mu-mhouoq
ratkoie furolibina wrulddo well to look through
tbe t-tooi be it re purohatlug. u we are still eg at
MO Seventh atieet.
-i-ttiiL UfcaMT iiutte of Thre Hoonis. delleht
X m'lr li-oitwd. ana on tue nrit no jr. ncatir
lurDlabcd, lit wl h gu,Bnd In clcre proximity to
tbe 1'oetOlDee and Stveathatrtetialliotd.
w ill D remea ttpmitwrnij ur .oxc'iier, Dtiog muea
tliher for emoei.clumbere.or pirlora
oct lb-13t Dox 606, City Poet Office.
LOST On tbe I3tb. betw on Sevrtith atreet and
the Naunal Hotel, a roll of DOtt-a.amimMlng
tuFour Hundred and Iblriy lire sUollan Ibe Under
wlUikCehe a oaltiblv reward by leavinir 1 --b
Qrg MoKenney, National Hotel. oot 14
No. 371 Fentyivmia tne., Wtuhimeion, D. C
Oooki boM U tftrf anWtTv.HwoaeKa
SA.T.-.V 8 6 0-X.
DBAKX'I PLANTATION BITTIBI
Tbsy parlfy, strwjthea, aad lavlgorats
Tha (irast hiahhs a,.n,lls.
Taay trt an auuriote to chugs of wster and alet
Thwjr onnom-aWffrt.1-1 of dlMlMtton d lite honn
Ther itnnathla thr iTitm m& Bllrtn the mlod
They prtvetit oiiumtiw ud Intermltttat ttrert
Ttf tariff the lrtith Md mUHj of Um itetueb
Tby oat oUripcrim tnd Uocitlrimtlon
TlimrtlJlttrbae,Cholu,i4 C-Olert Mot
tKcv tmwm Lh tDontitaliit ftsd Ntrroil ileal
tobe. - "
ThT rt tne Met Bitten 1 tht world. They tntkc
lot weftk n&a rtrottf , end are rxhairttd iif
Stat rfttorer.' Tbcrare nude of purt 8t. Crots
n.tt.e celebrated Cntt a Uirk.rootiaad herb.
aad are taken with tb-t plcaivre of a btrenit, with
oat regard to or tlan of aj. rirtmalarlj re
ooroBHiidtd to del to' pencni rtqalilnf a itotlt
ttnalant. Sold by all Urootii DiuhMi, IIoUi.
r. U.DaAKB k CO.,io5 Broadwaf.
ar Biehalerallalr rr Tti Beat la
tbo World. William BaUbMor'i etlebraud
Hilr Dte prodaott a eolor not to be dltlacaUbed
irom nunniTiBiriiifa nut iDiiunn mi Aitiir in in
teatt: remrdita tba Hi ffcU ol bad drea, aad Inrlr
oratftkaUililor ilfr. OBf-Y. IttU.or HUiTr
uaik lBitaaurtamakpieaaia buck tr urowB.
Uarltr ih balr ion and boiuttinl. Sold by all
Dt nc tut. Ac
tsr Tb tletoiit la Htacd WILUAH A.
BaTCUELOU otVf'urtUrfnc4 ,
Factory No HBarelar trtai,(Late 183 Bread
way aad 11 Bond ) New York. . my w-l y
s9"alala.a Boldlora Hallaf Aaaoclatlon-
Ah adlouraed itaMtliixV of thta A UMia Ion will hm
itw u iqw vaivm vi a. r uivwii aw tww m,
on Thartday araUff, Uotober lfl, at i H o'clock.
ova, ! t.iCBUaUii.ay I ii (jwcBiavie
oo 1ft Ter Order.
afWutaa'i Vnmwmtm of RlATry.-Coma
of thla work an for au at tba offloa of the Nation
U oeatu ItpttotJ
Attaatlaat AttaallKBl Atiantlalll
WaattM- a Aw MEN to oomplata a coaapaay of tbe
tilaieeatl. rtiimeat VlriiaJa iairrt Laatera Va.)
oaiT reaiaaeat bow Ma dm v. aod d
bw y, aod da
K ' bT lha Bear-
tailed for " SPEC I At, feKHVlOK ' by the Beert-
tary of War. for doty la tba TMa.ty"of AlexaBdrla
and tne forta aooau watuoiioa, u. ti.
BAcTBltiaff offloe. Tbird aire H sd door below Pa
areBBa. A. C. WIUDICOUUE,
OEO. A. AfiMftS
HI .-. ..s, adTLltut.
oa-kpclAl TloUcaa Ot nd alUr famlat
April l.IWi. the tralnioa UoBaJtlfflore and Ohk
Kaflroadwlll oommenoa ruotlax dally, (baaday.
eitoeivted.) IutIbc tali SUthBtT44 a. m.. aw
coanecUag at Waahlajrtoo JmucUon with klal
Parkenbarg. lhroach Uokai nuld an4 baajRM'
ebeeked. W. I HM1TH.
Bf. of TrartrportiUoa B O. A. ft
Jav- areat PaaneylTmatla llaai-Tb
aicie-Tt aod mtat roato to tk Nortfcwaet aad
outhweat. Iwo throuh traloa tUllT.aad oneot
flaaday. Boldlen' Uekela at llovert&iat tatea U
au am prun-ru poinia in in a orui uu w n. r or
Ueketa aod tartber lafonaatlon apply at ta ealoa ol
tba Ortat Feanjylraala Koote' Borthaatt ooraaf
PaoMylTaala areaaa aad Blatk atreet, aader a a,
tlonal llottl. Offlot open from I a. m telp.m
on Bundaye i to 4 p. m
aag 8-ly Aieot
pUOPOSALS Ft)B MILKS,
Urror QuAWTtaiiaviTiaU Orrioa,
Coror oi Uth. aod U troet.
WklbiaitOO. UOt. 10. lBdl
&KALD PROPOSALS will be rtcelrei at thl
olflio noill Ti uradav.UftobtrBoth.at llo'alivk m
for lurUihlDg the Q0TrmeBt wi h (3,000) two
AU to be (If) foarteea baadi at d orer iu hsUbt,
All to be imad. i nloaabta Mal-a tor draneht nor.
pjM, aoo U be crar thr.e aud ucd r Blue yi a e of
Fropoiala lo be for (503). Are hooired aad ui
Tba fall name acd poit cfBce aJJr. n of tbe bidder
muii appear m iu irutHti.
f a bid U mado la tbe nimt of a 11 rm tbo naime
avll lha tirtnae Bi.ti.-t eD&arurUia bid will bat
cofliidmd aa tbe lodlridaaf proposal ol the partner
'rouo-a'i from (fit! vat Mrfisl will not U conttdertd.
aid ao oain or aluilaaee mast accompioy each
Proposale roust l-a addraovtd ta Col I n stack
er, Qusnemaatar l) S. army, vroiblaxton, l. u ,
and ahoald be ptalaly marked " fropoaali ror
Th. ability of tha hliidcr to all lha oootr set ihould
It ba awarded to htir,niu t be guaraatled bv twor -apunslbla
pertOD., -o-booe ainaiur. nu t b. appesd
ad to tba gaaran ea.
Tba ra-p-Jtiiloliily of the gaarsnlora most la a'lowb
by tb. onlclal Otrtirloata or tba olai Ic or lb. tisartft
Dim lot Ucurt or of the L'ojtad atatw dlatrlot aitor
sinner, muii o. ireaeni to person nan ina bica
ste oiened.or th.lr tiropoiala will not be ooruld
u.dus, ia in. sum ui iwfni, inaassna aniisrs,
alt od by the ooatractor asd bstbot hla guiraaiora,
will ba rio.alrtd of lb. aucoeeafal bidder u.on ilta
lag the coutroor.
Aa th. bond mast aocompir-y th. eontrao', It vti
ba ueotssary fo b1d4era to have ihalr bond meu
Wlin inrm, ur 10 u.T. iisucs iin.n in aiuo piuon
aud ready to b vroduesd wbao tri- cootract la s,xad.
tllaakilor bMd.can bi proosiad upon appllg.il-a
ba-og made at ihia oLLci, tllbar I'erstoally, by 1st
tar, or by taligrapb
F.rm of Guarantee
We ,of the county ol , and Stile of
am ui iu. puuaiy ci , ana flute
of ,do hartbyguiranllhac It sblsto
ruini a oonirso: m accoraino. wun ta. tcrma ot bis
propo-ltlon, and ihtt, ibcu d hli propcslilon ba to
orpttd, bo will at ooo. eutsr Into a oootrset lo ao
Soould tba oobtroot bs awarded htm, ta ara pie
narsd lo bscom. Lis aiourllles
(Tntbli xuaraotec must bs apprnJfd the racial
COIlliliai. ID i. ineuiiuotu ;
All if ulea coatraoted lor uodar tbla advtrliiemebt
will ba aableot lo rlald Inoptollou.aid ibos. oot
oonfotmleg io th. fPtOlttoitlona wl 1 b. rijuted,
Tb. moles ti uit all b. dallrerad Id ihla city wllbla
rau; iwrniy usjrs iroiu iu. uni. 01 aiUiog ina oon
Fajmtnt to ba made upen tba cumplatlon of each
Conine! or so soos iD.rtimtr aa in. ut
murer aoau oa ia zuoa'
Anv lntoim.lllv In th. bid. or non fl.nrainisrns
v,i-u in. iriui.ui iui r.iusim oi, ml I eciui. lb.
rsJ.o lm of tbe Drooosal.
Thes mulea will b. awitded In lo a of (bOO) live
IIUDUr.U MVU, UUtCS. IU. Jr.,. ..Ml IU...ST HI.
dcim It lor tb. lotaiut ol ttu (lvverna..at to vaiy
Tba Usiot Ouart.imasler reiervej lo hlnisslr lbs
right to iij ct any or all bide tbat b. may d.tu too
I) II UUCKhU.
Col ttJ 1 iut (ju-rttrmti-icr.
OOt 18-1 6 J
IUOPUHAIiH FOH hfOVKS.
DlPOT QOAKTHU-.tTKIi'ft OfrlCt,
tvrttff JiwXleenih and O i rtttt
Sfiutf rtoroitvitvlll le raceUcd nt iLls otiice
is. sill Haiaiarlaiw flitiftht' "Jftlh lit 19 (iVliVllf m fill1
urnlvhlnf to me Um cd &tkt the following utl-
0 m, vli:
Oflehundrtd(l00)UrgeilieCylirder Coal 8 ovcts
Uni thotjitod (I, MO) tet t btore Jlp mo e or
ItiHiimirba r.iiulRd for tbe mo ot the abore
tt'ovei, wHDiDeiiicerstr eiuowt
pidi nlKuld mention Mparntely the price ir atove
td lhefrtc-tjt r pound ul
lb aVIld rltjivi.
Alt oi ine bi"'
thai ti'tC' ind DlDB
end plp to be dellwed it tbe
Cirur Ilo.Llti), Wublngton, -D O , witbla ten
aia Kiftx'r the aVTvurdinff ot ih oontriet
rropoaaU litra dl loyal partita will notba cob
al ered. An oath oi allvglatce ta th U a. (Jo-em
met, t to u it acoompAny each propoo tlon.
'1 be ability ol tbe bidder to Oil Iheeontraot.ihonld
It be ivrndid to h m.muat beguatattted by two
leeposaioite penem, Kaoae iigoaiurte are to pe ap.
Ihe rtspontlui'lty if tba guarantor iruit be
ihown by the otUctal orttflcatt of ibe Cleik of the
Deartmt I.atrlct Court or of the -United Staua Vxb
Uladere muat be prrtenl In p-n6n whtn the bldi
are opened or the p.cpot.al will not be oooalaered
Tbe lull Ltme ecd pot ilHce addnuof the bid
d r mo it appear In the prop( eal
If a bid lmede In therameof a Arm the namfeof
ell tbe parlee must appeiir, or the bid will be-too-ildrred
aa tbe Individual propoeat ot tbe partner
itrinda In th tnm of on a thouiand dfilliri. HlaTi-rd
by tbe ooatractor and both of bU guarant ra, will
be ri'iulred of the auicratul bidder upon aignlog tba
Tne right to rejeot any or all blda tbat maybe
detmed too high U rat erred by the Dejot Quarter
Juiormoi propo el will be rtjeoted
afropota'a niunt be addreeied t. Capt EdwrdL.
Ilirti. Aaalatant QoTlfrmetcr. U S. Army.Waab
I gtoo, 1 O., ana abanid be plainly marked " fro
Ibrm ot Gvaranlu.
We, -,of the oouolyof ,and State of
'iWU s -. UI 1U 6UUHI7 UI -'-. tBU OMIiH
of -i do hereby guarantee that le able to
lulHl the cootract In hCCordai.ee with lha term 01 hit
piopotjiiloj, aod that anoald hi- propoaltton oa m
oepted,be ulll atonoe enter Into a contract lnai
flbould tbe oon t not be awarded to hlm.we art pre
pir-d to broome hU euret e
(To tble gnarantee must be appended tbe Cerltu
oait abOTe mentioned 1
oot 18 Captain aad A. Q. M. , U. fl. A.
BY W. Is. WALIs CO, AwrlloK.ais.
(Baeeessam te Wall a Btnara )
LIBUK 8ALK OF OltOCKltlK8.8UII.KH8'
Snppllw.lthoei, a ,st Avetion-Ua tbuhbdat
Ml5kliia,OorctnrUto,.-l I lell.atomr Ae
tloa Rocn-a.alarceasaortmestel Grocailo, for cash,
vtlianaliVhlta.ltiaaid, aid Tallow Bajan,
lists ucnea, Hiea, ,
Tlt.oeiClnolrinitMlimi tail boiM Starch,
too boxes Kastera-Uattlai sail Kallia Dairy'
Boxh Chawlak aad Flea eat Tobaeoo, -.
Boxea a daaaaatiae aad Btarlaa Caadlea,
Boxes Frpmr, tVotetara,
M eotea uraoa and Kaibtrry.Sltap,
Boata VraHh Lemoes,
is boxia Walla' ai d fiorcil rioklii,
Chcwhow SaaeM. Taaatlada.
Cliara, larta atack.aisorled braadi,
aarrtis Bogir ana uioicr vases,
la hnv.snsAdr.10O noa.ds each.
Boxes aissswirt, TauHsrs, ana Nippies,
With manv other snlfilrs lo lha Oioefrv
Tanas east. W. Is WALL h CO ,
BT J: C. MetsUlKM. stiOU. Auflloneeis.
W KUUTelt'S 8 AI.K OK HUIIMIII) K B AK U
Ootobar lath, at 10 o'eloat, I ihsll aell, by order oi
tba hoeorabloO.phani' Conrl, lha Faraltnr. and
antois oi id.1 isio upbtiib d nisir, eonisioca in
house Mo 1st Twelfth srielt. batwetn aad F
atreatl aorth, eompi Mi ff
eoiaa, Araajana rsiior unsin,
Ulli-ffamatllrrota, On ruins,
HratMla and I.f rsla Carpata,
Whatnot, Bookcase, Loasgei,
Fancy Chslrs, Ottorosns,
Cans and Wood aaat ctslra,
Uadataait 'Baraaaa, Waaaataada,
Uairaod tin a autumn,
Bolstna and rillowa,
loxklax f lasen, Cloos, Hhadia,
OllclolG.8lslrljsrpsla,Rodaand E)ai, -
Ulnlnf and Breakrtat Tablca,
Cooklaf aad other Stovte,
osrsinsr wiui a ftncrai assoniDCBi 01 no-sssooia
i jiiwoin iMsuuta
rtwrn i-i wrtrksn
BY OHEKN fcVILLIArt. AmctIomMr.
BAILIFF'S SALE VY HOUSEHOLD AND
Kitchen Farnltar.at Auollou-
-Br rl'ttte of an
it. I ehall procetd
orcer of dtttraln and detd of tinit. :
fatll(on TUESDAY, the IM inotau.ln ront of
ids s&uguoa otbreniurnaa uiintcu,aiiaooorser
ofbeTeattiBBd D itretU, at 1 1 ooock.a.m.,alltha
gordiaid obatteL ltrled upon to eatury rent la ar
taieioC A'xaBdert by Uaiolloe Johnoo(and
deed of Unit to teoare A. Oreen.
Tbegotdeeotit tofgieraiata:rtmeit of Far
sit.. r, each a
Mabog.n 8olat Cb-Iri. Brd tradi,
IdattraM. Btdlirg, Clw k,
MtntelOnam&u Locktag gltw,
Wiadow Garialoe etd Bhadet,
China, Glaii, and Crooktry Ware,
Brnwcla and oibrr carpeie,
Oil cloth. Uuie, and Mttila,
Lit ot Kltcbea Brqaleltte,
Wl'h many other anio.ea which we deem uoAeea
eaiy toeaame ate.
Teinucath CUARLES KEUBEL,
QUEEN k WXLLTAMS, "
oot U td Aaetloneeri.
BOAUD AND LODQ1NO WAN1D-A gin-ilem-naid
wtfewint a Parlor and Bid room
kdJ:lDlog,lo apdtata boua with modern laiproTe
nnt aud hrre no ether board rj woaMbatakta.
Ur llirte furtilstitd tcom w.th convmlerce-t for
ooikiog.fto. Allbtiaipiitew.il be paid Ifiulted
KeKre otoeuhtn ed Ad rfKitmircdltey,frttg
prtoetAo ,' 113x317, PietOfll.a, Waiblegun."
TIIK IIOUHIQ Na 340,'Kirr.t Fiaaklla
Bow, lately icoutUd by ire Col.Diltkud,baa
burn takea by a Norttutn family and'anodropentd
forllie kctonmcdatlon ot FlutOata Boirdfr, fbr
Ibo Wloler. A hw Table Boatdtn will be takea I
AORNTLEUAN AND WIFE, OR TWO OB
three grn-ltmen will Had pleasant Farslibcd
K 00 U 8 and BOARD Apply at 45T rortti Detreet,
between Stooad and 1 bird. oot a
WAR a-a D A Book ktapar aciaalntad wiib tba
whMiada grocery bailaias Addreaa P. O.
Box 111 elrlnt latarancaa. and atatlax aaiorv la
qui id oot It St
WANTED- EMPLOYMENT. A traatworthy
aldsrlj g.atumaa Is doslroua of amploymtnt
Ave or alx huura ttsr day. ilewoaldatietul to a
t.atlmaa'a book., or any otb.r employment.
AVonld not expect aoreaaooabla iqm Adasasa
No. aej.n.w J.raay avaDua,uspitol IJIil.
apt 7 If
FUltlaltJIItCD UiiUbK -WARTKO-ailAB
lbs Depot of tbe Btlltmora k Oblo sUuroid
Company, by a Uoodleoaot, who will taka good
o.r. ui w. iBrniiui.,... Auurts.
It W. KDUOM.
riswrgar Agent B iO.lt Ik-Oa."
WANT1CU At Ik. Nt-vr Yolk kuiploui.-l
Aeonoy UAkm.No all Ninth aliel, near I'a
arson.. lENi V-IVK.2M W1I1IU and COI,-
OittLi OIRLU, wnu K"o-l Kitrcucu, a. Cooka,
iuamvenDiiai, j-auourvet-s, iT.ur.sM:., narwi.
and rJeimsin-aue. Also yuuug Coloied Ilea to wall
on tablca In l'rtvat. Kondllea wr fJolels Alio want
d houiiea uunnxllaUly , with or Mihoui surbtlor.
fi-mploysra lu wnni id toodhrlj, v. Ill dfad 11 loib.U
advaalssa to coll
! It jIILI.SH
yr AMDiRtawxiR auiu rj-ACiouv.
WANTKO-to r.oitjM u leoru to make siltu
A x-araoa uan, In a abort lima. mala, per weB, ttoea
S3 to ta Inutile, for parnanlari, at lot Savautb al ,
hsrln. fl ..a H.
AT AUlTION fKIOKH,
Al' AUCTION t'KICBa,
AT AUCIION 1'UIChS.
1 be bnlauce of tbe nr&o ol tba
CoDhtdting of c my deiciJpl.cn of
ill be ltr r iiUll tbe OcLooi er la dl cbtrgrd.
FA Hi LIES
lo nttd ol n Wiutt-r fiupplf, at the
rUADE ntlCR, h
Cun be fuppllcd by Ibe Vtcktige
Conilgtee. cor 141b atre.t and Penn. are
Scboor,r"AlJ,"foot(f litb atreet.
SCIENTIFIC AND 1" II ACTIO A L
a 4 pnnaylvanlaiTnutt -Uatwaaik Iflita
ttBMt UtU itreeta, north alila
HFECTACLFB and EYE OLABSES. with fen-
nine Urazlllan ftbtlea, (qoarta.i Improving and
a rmgineDibg tn impaira cynrgui
MILITAUk KIKL1I GLABSKfl,
Of auperlor qaalliy. tor day or nlgbl.
OPKBA 0 I. A H 8 K S ,
&TRKFOSCOPES and V1LWB, domeatlo and
forolga, UAlHEMAlItJAL and BUUVEYOB'U
TlIfcUMOMETEUS. UYaUUMElEBS, ko . 0 t
at the loweat New York t'lo?. holnl or retail.
aep U 3ti reonrlvanla arenoe
M A " DOW 'LOST I HOW RESTORED
JuU rvHitked, in a Sealed Bntdcfi. rrkt&mCmtt.
A LECTURE ON TUB NATURE. TREAT,
mentjud Draloal Cure of Spermatonhaa. or Sem
inal Weakneae, Involantarr Lmlulona, tiexval V:
bllliy. and Impedimenta to Marrlaga generally;
Ul and royeloal lnoaj)aoht rMoltlng from Sell
Abtue, Ac By tfoat. J.CciTaiwiii.,U. D., anther
01 law vnen dtwufn.
A Bom f Tkoawaimda or Iwflaran.
Sent under teal, In plain envelope, to any addreaa,
tut rwU, oa raoalpt of alx wnte, or two postage
atups.br Dr. OH. J. C. KLINE,
4-1 irt Minn ew Yoix,
tig T taiifdarw rost Offlca Box.lfiJ.