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WA&HINGTON. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1862.
I W . II I -M
Till tat Xayj
BY J. C. MeOUIHK A CO., Awctlon.er
VERT VALUABLE FBOPIRTT, B1TUA9
XU H lb VWatf VI A ffOTIIMBUI liniUi
AuCUon,-Oa SATURDAY AFIEBROOrT, Octo.
fcer IS, al 4X o'olock, on 16, premises, we thill nil
Lett aaabeiet eight (I) aad Blue, (I) la Iquara
numbered two haodred ud twenty Are, ttja,)
trontug M IMt leches on B ttmt north ud to feel
on Fourteenth street.
ThlsproMitr h iramealatetvlafralof aad la fall
vlsw or Wiltardi' noted, and li nchoto, location
tor a lit trr tteble or for a nunufaotorv.
Terms: Oashaifessh; the remainder In ( ud It
months, with lottrMi Mcured by did of trait on
thepremuee KDW. O. DYER, l-,
TUOI. J. FI8URB, )'
oot IT d
BY J. O. MrfjfJllltC Al CO , Anrtloae.r..
EXTENSIVE BALK Of OAREIAOK8,
Borate, Sleighs, Robts, Ba-tdla.. Brldlet, 4o Will
bo Mid, without UNIT,, on MeNIAY,lheaothdav
of Uetobcr, isataat, at 10 o'eleek, a. m. , iha following
Two largo oIcm Fnallj Carriages, In good ordor,
Oaa eiegastOpen Barauohe,
Oao Doublaeeattd Wagon,
One pair lai ge bar Carrlsge Hottte,
Oat pair haadaona bar fonlu.
Oaa altgul Sleigh,
Four tettt Djnble Harnfii.
Klafag Baddita ud Brldlaa,
Ucna Oovera,for Wlettr and Summer,
Carrliga and al.tth Conn,
Vaathtr and Bnffalo Kobea,
Canlaga Rags, Hey Cottar,
And a variety of stable impUmaata and appu
ui, Inolad ng tha farnltnra of tba Ooaobman't
1 hula a ran opportunity for thoe. la want of
lueh artlolee, a. they ara iha bat of their klod, and
will bt told to tha highaat bidder, without reaerre,
Tba Carriage, and Hone! will be told on Blxteanih
etreet,oppwlie St John'e eburchtand the ledaue
In tba rear or tha dwelling ol W.w. uoiovan,Eeq. ,
now coupled by the Prrnoh Hlniater.
JAB. O, 1IAOU1BE at CO ,
ot 17 Auctioneers
BY OMatCM ,WILXIAHH, Awctloaeare.
BAILIFF'S SALE UF HOUSEHOLD AND
Kltohan Fnrnltare, at Auotlon Br virtue of an
order of dlitraln and deed of trait, 1 tball proceed
totell,oaTUE8DAY, the flit Inttnt, In ironl 01
the Auotlon Store of Oretn ft Williams, at the oorner
of fiavtuta atd r etreete, at It o oiock.a. n., all the
goodi ud chattel, ltTled upon to satisfy rent In ax
icaie to O. Aiexaadar, bv Carolina Johnson, ud
deed of trutttoaeonra A, Green.
Tha goedt ooutlit of a giaeral aasorta.at of For.
nltere, enoh as
M ahogur Solat, Chain, Bedateadl,
-illureeus. Sideboard, Wardrobes, .
Mettreee, Beddlag, Clock,
HautelOrsamtnte, Looking glut.
Wlodow Carialnt ud Shade.,
China, Qlati, ud Crookerv Ware,
Bruaeele aad othfr Larpatt,
Oil oloiti. Butt, and Mttllaf,
Lot ol Kltoben Bcqaleltet,
With mur other axtloiw whloh we dtem noneoee
Terms oath. OUARLES KEHDKL,
UBEEN ft WILLIAMS,
oot It Id Aunlonttn.
BY J. C. MoOIIlRB eV CO., Awotloneor.
EXCELLENT FCBNITORB AND HOUSE,
hold affects at Public AnoUon On 1UE8UAY
morning. Oetober Hit, at 10 o'sleek.at ntldenoe Ho.
4Io Foorttenth ttroet, nppotlto WUTerde Ilotel, wa
thall sell tha antlr, FurallBia and Efftsti, oomprls
Seperlor Roaawood Sevsa Ootara Piano Forte, by
Sulla ot aoild Hoeewood Parlor Furniture, OnUbed
Sola of Walnut Parlor Funilure,flnlahid In Oreen
Suite of Walnut Parlor Purnltura.Snlehtd In Crlm
Oral Ullt fiama French Plata Hlrrnr.
Rotawoad and Walnut Maibla top Centra and Sofa
Walnut and Alahogeuy Soiaa, Lougta, Arm, Eaty,
Walau' UookcoM. ud Wilting Dealt,
Dtmaik aad Lace Lurtaloj,Corntoe ud FUturet.
Vaea. If utel Urnamente. .
Telret, Bru'ailt, tailor, Chamber, Hall, and SUIr
VIIH iuvbiuvh, vue uwa.e,
Superior Walnut ud MohoganyBedtleadl, Ward
rsbea. Marble-top Dnhiog Buraaut, Wuh
ttaada, Fine Curled Hair Mattret ct,
Superior Blaakau.Comforui, and Spraali,
Lookltg Olaaaea, Clcki, Tollot SMe,
Cue ud Wood aeat Chtlra,
Extenalon Dlnlog Tablet, Sldtboardt,
Cblaa, Olaaa, and Crocksiy. fto.
Termaoaah. JAS. C. MolUIltB ftCO ,
oot 17 d Auotlontort.
BY J. C. ncatllltB eV CO., Auctioneer.,
PUBLIC SALE OF FABU HOBSES.OOW8
Uoga, Thorough.bretd Ald.rnr Bull, fte Will be
aold, without reaeiTo, on WEDMEIOAY, tba 13d
Octobar.laatant.the lollowlna daalrabla atook from
the farm ot W. W. Urooran,Biq ,now ocouplad by
lae uoTcmui'iii aa a uuavitai, Tie
Six large Work Hone.,
Tbree Milch Cowe.
One Cow and Calf,
Three lielfera ard tbree young Calvtt,
Ooa beaailful Aldernr Bull, le taootttold.
Nine Brrktblre Boga and one Sew andPlga, of the
rem. orctu. .
The Belftra aod Calvoj ara oroeted with the Ai
The aale wUi take place at 19 o'olook.mfat the
lateraeotloc of the Baltimore and Ohio lallroad and
Boandary atreet, aud will ba without rraerre, for
v JAS C. MoUUIRElCO,
oot 17 d Auotloneera
BY IV, I.. WALL CO., Auctluneere.
THE STOCK Or A I'UV GOODS STORK AT
AUCTION -Ol WEDNESDAY MORNINO, ld
loiuot, we will nil at the Store of II. E. Berry.No.
98, Georgetown, D C.,tte entire atock, embraclog
a very large and vaifel eaaortment ol very dfairable
Gooa for tbe pTearnt and the apprtachlng traaoua
Clotbt, Catflmette. and Vratloga,
Blaok and colored French Merino,
Do do Mi uaellne,
Blaok Bombaxlne ud AJpaea,
While and Bed Flanual,
160 pleeca oolore 1 Ftnoy SUkt,
Black GrodeUhlna Bilk,
Brown and Bletotied Cotton,
Browu and Blearbed Canton FlaHnel,
Calico and Ginf hamt iu great variety.
All the Sore Fotnlture
Large out frame Minor,
Urate and Iron Safe
Termaoaah. W. 7.. WALL ft CO.,
oot 17 Auotloneert.
r BTEAMUOA'l' COMPANY.
FOR BALTIMORE. VIA POINT IOOKOUT
AND ALL THE PRINCIPAL LANDINGS
ON T11K BOUTE.
The aleamer KEYPORT will lun hereafter be
tween WASniNOl ON aid DALTIMOBE.malUi
two tilpe per week each way, touohlng at POINT
LOOKOUT ud all IhO ptlnolpal landing! on the
ThOie wishing freight or paitage oan apply at G
Street Wharf, Waahlngton, and Government Wharf
Baltimore, and at tbe different Landlngi on the
route. WM. R. SNOW, Agent.
Waahlngton, D.O, Sept. W,1851 ootl
Eye and Ear,
Pit. VON ttOSCUEIafKlfiU,
Ooullmv Asxca, .AA.-uxrlfliv
227 PennsjIvoDla Aycmie,
QlTeihliaxolaiiTa attention to the tjeatm.ot of the
I bava ioffreil from a defect of hearing iluce Join
tag the Mrrioe. Dr. Von lloohxIi.er treaUd me
for the lame, and with perfeot mooree My bearing
now U moat acute, and all dlaagreeable feeling I ex
perienced, mob ae oot ei la the heal, hare entirely
left sac. .kct. lUwi.t. Wnitakib,
Uarrle Light Cavalry
NUMEU0C8 OTUmTtBTIMONIALI eto ba
fxamlnadal hie offlea, from olUvanaol Wadthlngton
S.-T.-1 8 6 0-X
DBAKX'S PLaiXXATIOV BITT1BS.
Tb7 parity, rtrtnrthnj, ud f DTlxont .
Thy orttU a hlthjr tppcilt.
Thff rt an aatldoU to ohtsge of wUf and dltt
Tht j ortrcomt tffou of dlMlpation and late boon
Thr itrcnjtUMB tha tyitcm and cnllTin tha mind
Thty prtrant Biarnatlo and iBtarmlttaot Itrtn.
Tbcj porify thi brtath and acidity of tha itomaoh
Thty oata Dfipapitt and Conittrpttlon
Thay ran Djairtacea.Cho.ara.and Ctrolerm Mof
Thar aara Ltrar Conolalnt and Nartona ilaad
They ara tha mat jsitun in tha wotia. Thy nuki
tba waak man itronf , and ara ezbanittd natora'!
Baal raitorcr. Tbty ara mada of para St, Croix
no, tha eaictiratd Calkuya Birk.roouud barba,
ana ara taicn wiin tna picaiara or b MTerift, witn
oat rag ard to act or Una of day. FarUcilaily re
oonmcaded to delloa'a Mrtona raraulnf a aantla
tlmal-nt. Sold by all Urooari Diaiti'a, UoUli,
sua oiiiwni. r u iiniiaav vy,, v srotawiT,
iT Bntljaii'a llalr Djm h Bait In
th lVarldanWHUam A.. BaUhelot'i eclebralrd
llilr Dti tiradaMa a nolor not to ba dlrilnanliihad
from natar; warranted not to injura tha llair la tha
iteUu, rtmeaiea ina iu cutoia 01 oaa arn, aaq iotik
oratei tha Hair lor Ufa. ORKT. HEU, or HlJaTY
IIAIB lniUntly torniaiplcadld Blaok or Brown,
Uarltc iha balr f0U mad beiatUtfL Sold by all
Factory. No. 81 BucUr itraat, (Lata S63 Broad
way and 19 Bond ) Ntw York my to-ly
atarWaaton'a Pxosraaaoff Bla.Trr. Ccpia
Ol (aQU WaTCK KT KJT PUI . W VUlDm VI Ul HHWH
Item. Pamphlet edition, U oerta
atsfAttdntlonl Attewtlaail AttoBUoalU
Wanted tew MEM to oomplete a company of tba
Sixteenth itglmeat Virginia (Vint Latter. Va.)
Thla if tha only regiment now jmhjrj bounty, and da
tauen tor "uvkgiaij bkuvick" oytba Bfcre
tary of War, for datyln tha Ttetmty of Alexandria
and tha forta abonta Waablaaion. D. C
Baenitlng offloa. Third etreat 9d door below Fa
arexue. A. C. WIUD10OMBE,
OKO. A. ABMRS.1
a 4 J.J JBt
.nrapedla.! Notlcai On and after Tueeday
April 1, ilea, tba tralna on tho Baltimore and Ohio
junroaa wtu oommenoa rnarJnf axuy. (Hanaayt
axoepted.) leaving tula Station at I. a. m., ano
oonnaotlnf at Waahlngton Josotiou with Mall
Train for all parte of the Want eia WbeaUng or
Parkareborf. Throagb ticket e aold and baggaff
abaokad. W. P. MITH.
M, of Trnniportation B. A O. B, B.
noa Qreat PenntTlTawta. Uow4a.r Tbe
JoJraeit and aafect route to Uw Morthwaet and
oatbweet. Iwo through tralna dally, and ootot
Sunday. BoldleiV Uoketa at Qorertimeat tntea to
all the principal point In tha North and Went Kor
tloket, and rarthcr Information apply at tna canoe ol
tha "Great Penney.vanla BoataJ' noinloanrt corner
renniyivania avenao ana enuinmiaiBrii
tloaalllouL Offlea open from I n. m. nttp, m.
on Bnndayc I to 4 n. m.
aog 8 ly Agent
1BST and 1839 nprmco Htraat,
Tha regular ooorta of Instrnctlon ambracee tbe
niuen ana mizuua lajixiiBSH ana uuninretw
Latin, If rtqulrad nd all ua orancheanrbloh eon
tltate a thorough Kogllth: and Prancn adaoation.
Prenoh le tbe language ot the family, ana It con
Itantly ipoken In tba Inetttntlon. It U tna object ot
partlonlar attention, and It taajrht from the rod!
mentt to the highest oourea of Literature and Com
iba aoholattlo year oommencea Septemler Utb
and oloMt July lit
Circnian , Ao.. oan ba obtained from
my 104n Prlnolpal of Chcgary Inttltnta.
I0BQXI0WX FEMALE BExUN ART
A BOABDINQ AND DAY SCHOOL.
1S1 Wat Street.
Tha dntloe of thi 4 Initltutlon will ba rtwumed on
the 4th ol September. Clroalan may be obtained
aciua pnooipai dook nuree in rvtviuugiuar uj
addrilng the principal.
aug 20-TTA8lm M.J. HABBOVEB
O i x- o 1 o Inutltutoi
No 61 KSTaEiT,NaiBTnCiCL.
TKRMS.ptr Quarter of ttaweeki Qanrter com
nunc ng at the date of adoiKlon t
Klemectirr Clatiet la EoglUh $6 CO
Advanced Cluwi la Keg lib Uter-turt and
Silence Included , 0 00
Elementary C.aien In Kogliih. French, and
Mtulc... 12 00
Advanced Clance la Kagl'ib, FrtLCh, aad
Monio , 10 00
Extra charge lor Spanleh, German, ItalUn, Latin,
and ether Laoguagee.
Dr. ZAPPONE will rive Lecturee, and othcrwlie
aeM, whenever he oan (.pare time from hi. medical
pre if wild
oct .t MRS. A. ZAI'PONE, Prlnolpal
T AVAYKTTK lit aTlTUTK.
XJ 305 1 atreet, between lStli and lltn.
One of the oldeat, to.t thorough and moet deHlrablc
Donuon lur i oong uai oa niMWai in ine tvy,
ewlon oommenoee September 8tU. Tuition ao-
ooruinfr to age ana aATBDorment.
au 3 an
Star L.0 X.OOMIS
TIHST CLASS BO AH DING HOUSE.
Tbe undenJgoed beg e leave to call the attention af
roe ciuieue ana traviung ooaunuDKj iu toa itousc
e um joji opeoea ior me acaonuniiakiioa oi gouf
nun end lidiM. with div or taDie binvrd.
Tba II atiM la furnlihed Id rnUudlii itIe larffi
airy room, chambers, and parlor me table will
be euppliea with all tbe delicto lee of tba kmod No
PUD", vr tjxpsanrt auaii u rparcu iu gi BKiuiiauiiuu
10 ait wuu mmj jiairuHiaa ine uwiiwi onigi, aiiao-
tlon to oedert that may be glreu tor diaera, io ; at
tanllva and AbllaTlaa' Mrvinii
llouae eligibly eltuatcd on the oorner of Twentieth
mua r eirecu wet,iaciy ocoopieu vj ourgeua ufu
..ma (IPADflD i. fWWWt
Formerly of BnlT.lo, N. V,
JUMT RECEIVED OUB NEW STOCK OF
FALL and W1NTEU Clothing, which we are
aeltlog at very low price, at L. A Ball ft Co , No
801 Seventh meet, between I ard K. Came one, coma
all to L A Beall Co.. to aet vonr Clot bine. For
niching Goodi, Trunk, llati.and Cape, No. Wl BvJ
enth e treat , between I and K. Now U the time toT
buy your doming at h a. ueaii at uo, no est bev
enth itreet, between 1 ft K. Especial atteuilonle
oalled to our new nock of Fall and Winter Clothing,
ueoia Jurnuuinif uoooi, uiw, ana uape
L.A. BEALL ft CO,
Clot hi en, No Wl Seventh etreat.
Tba oheapeit Clothing home la town U at L. A,
ueaii uo'i,a iio eui dstvqui airvvi, wi, i aoa n.
Io oonaeqaiDOt of the lownaes of the water In tba
General Itt-rervolr It will ha neceuary, nnleti great
economy of water U praotloed, for the Uovernment
aoon IO inui on iua taypij w eimtuj anurciT.
All Dorioni are. therefore. forbHden ta uie tht
bydrantt on PenEivivacIa avenue, or oa any atreet
or avenuce unaer iue aire am euperviiiun pi me
Oomiabuiloncr of Public Bulldiog., lorwaterlog tba
itreett or pavement, or for any private rcrpoee
And all pereoni nilog the water ara urgently toll
cited to be u economical In It ua at po!).
B. B FLENCH,
aep 80 Oommtieloner of Publlo Bulldlogi
All B T It H A T I
la neoeuarv. either for an Offlfler or a Private,
In order to capture two certain artlolea, via : One
new till III r and one pair of 110&K, which nu lell
at my inop auriog iv v ti
fl H MtlNdlT
H A. IP JB S .
store, I, ei'ulli rourth atreet.
OMera raoelt M by
Oonar or Sarani aid Oebraau,
w. u. oaairiaiB,i
fV. OAT-I--IIX-W OAUI.
via . mm
KXW LONDON, NOBWICn, aad WOBCHSTXB
(SonAays Exoaptad J
I At I O'clock. F. X.,
PIKB SO IT. B., FOOT OF VESTBT fil'UEET,
Tha ataw and majritlflAant Kmmsf niTT nv nia
i nn. n iiwx,aAUAaauiar, irum new iOT
Taaadayt, Thmndaya, and BUvdara t and from
New London Mondayt. Wtdnaeoay t. and Frl
dayt. ' '
Tna ww ana matniBoeni reamer oitt OF If KW
TOBE.Thomaj Ci. Jcwett,oommander, from Vaw
Vork Mondayi, Wcdnaadnyi. and Frldayaitron
Now London -Tnaadaycf Thnraoayi, and Batar
lheaa two new itanvart have baan built expreanlv
for thtt route, with all modern lmprovcmentt, la
dodg' Water Tight Compartmeat, and aia the
onlTTwamere ever Doilt for Long Iiland Sound
with thla grant life preeervtng trnproramant
vonaaoum aooompanr uw txemmara eaco way.
PaaatBawva nrooaad lVoaa New Itaitmi Immi
dlately on arrival of trteanwri, by Expra Train to
Beaton, WoroeiUr. Lowell, Lawrence, Fltchburt
PanNugara rttxring front Boetuu leave tba Dt xm
of the Beaton and Woroaetcr railroad at 6 80 P. U
Woroevtar T P. 14. , arrlvlag at Haw London V V
Freight taken at the Lowwt Bntat, tad delivered
in Bolton early tha next day.
Stat Boom In nbnndanoa oan ba had on board
iteamere,or attnaBoeton or new Tork omoei.lt
advanoe.' E.S. MABIIN, Ant, '
BOP08ALS FOB HULKS.
Dirot QrARTiniiatTaa'e Orrioa,
Corner ot 18th ud G atraatt,
Weahlartott. Oct. 10, 1881
SEALED PROPOSALS will ba nealnri al thl
oSIm nntllTouriday, October 80th, at 19 o'clock m.,
for furolablng tha Govt re men t wl'h (l,ooo) two
tkeneand Mulct to tbe following
All to ba M4 fonrteas hand avit Avar In h.l.ht
AU to be tound. ttrvloeabla Mul'i tor dranaht nut.
poeat, and to ba over thra and uedf r nlua yeata of
, r Kuaus a i.o.
Propoaalt to ba for (800) lla handrad aad op
Tba full name and poet offloa addr.MOf tha bidder
muit appear In tha i ropoaal.
If a bid U made la tha name of a Arm tha namta
of all tba putnc'i mutt appear or tba bid will be
cod Id t red at the Individual propoeal ot tha partner
Propoeala from dUVyal parttei vtllmotU conriJtrtd,
?td an oath of allcglauoa moat aooompaoy etch
Propoalt mut ba addreieed to Col D, U Ruck
cr, Qurternuater U S. Army, Wa blag ton, D. C,
end ahonld ba plainly marked "Proposal lor
The ability of tbe bloder to flllthe 00 filract.ihould
It be awarded to him, mu t ba guarantied bv two r
eponriblt pertotu, whoce aignatura muA be append
cdto tha guaran ea.
Tha roponalDlllty of the gutrantora moat fcea'iown
by tha onlolal oirtlflcate or tba claik of the nearest
District Court or of tbe Untied Statae dlatrict attor
Bidden mutt ba preatnt In perwu when tba bla
aa opened, or tnelr propoeala will not ba con-Id
B.nda, In Iha ram of twentv thtniand doUare.
ttgned by tha contractor acd both of hit guarantor!.
ullt lia, uahIuiI Af Ik. HM...a.l t.111 . . I '
will " loigiiiu v Ills lUbUCtfiH, VIUUr U1WB Q.
tig tbe contract.
, At the bond muat accompany tho contrao. It will
ba nrctuary foi blddcra to have their bond-men
with them, or to have bonda algnad In asticipitlon
tod ready to ba produced when the contract It ngot d.
BlabkalorbCBdieanbeprooarad upon appUoailan
pcing mue ai inn omoe. eiiner perionaiiy,
r, vr uj iw it-gray ii
&rm of Guarantee.
Wa -,of tha county ol - .and fltiteof
. -" " wai7 vt , ana aiava
cf - , do hereby guaranty thtt - h able to
mini a oowrioi in aocoraanoa witn ina tense ol bit
fropoltlon,and that,ahcud hli propcelilon be io
epttd, ha will at once enter Into a contract in no
Should tbe contract bs awarded blm, wa ara pie
cared to become Lis aiCDrltJa
1 (Tthlf guarantea must ba appended theqflleial
eiiiiiai BUbTV uiciiiiuiatu
INSPECTION, DELI VERT, ftc
All mulee contracted for under tbli atlrerllMment
will ba autjact to a rlitd Impectloa.atd thoee not
aonformltrg io tha iptelfloaUona will ba rejejted.
Tba mulet muat all be delivered In (hit city within
(20) twenty dayt from-tha data ol algulng tba cou
tiact. Payment to be made upon tba completion of each
cvuiiavi urau iwi toareuicr at iue ixpoi uuarter
matter ehall ba in fund
Any Inlormalliy la tha hid, or non conformities
wu u wrniioi inn aiveruKimsi ,i i emu re the
rclaa Ion of the nrouoaal.
fhee mulee will ba awarded In Iota of (800) fl a
hundred each, uulaea tba Depot Quartet matter may I
uacm it lur .u iniereac oi m uorernmeut to vary
The D it ot Ouarlatmaittr raafiva tn MmHir th.
right to if J tot any or all bldt that ha may deem too
D U RUCKER,
oot 18 15d Col. and Depot Quartermaster.
pnopoiALs von qiuvi.ii
Cbrnfi ttakHentk and G trteU,
Skalio raoroaAta will ba received at thi offlea
it at 11 Saturday, October SAth at 12 o'clock m , for
lumlthlng to iba Ubi ad Stall tbe following axtl
oac,TU: One bundrtd (100) large a lie Cyllrder Coal Stove.
On thoua.nd (l.w.0) te-t tt Stove Pipe (uio.e or
lean aa mar be rtijulred for tbe uie ai tha above
Stove; with tba litcetwary elbowt.
Bid ahculJ mention aeirarately tbe price peratova
aid Mxt price jnr pound ot the pipe and tlbow
All of the etcvcii and pipe to h delivered at tha
Carver Iloapltal, Wubliigtoa, I). U, witbla ten
da i after tba awarding ot tbe contract.
Propoaalt from di-loyel partlee will not be coo
al'ared. An oath ot allegiacca ta tbe U. S. Govern
rnact moat aeoomDaiiT each Droooaitlon.
The ability of the bidder to fill the oontraot.khould
It oa awarded to him, moat be guarantied by two
rwpvaiiuii) prrwav, wutn aignaiuira are w in aj
pended to toe guarantee.
Tli a rtanntulullllv cf tho ffuarantor muit ba
ahown by the olilotal ortltleai of the Cleik of tba
nearon uainci uourtorvi ina unneaniaut ujj
Illridera muat be prerent In ptraonwhtn the blda
am upcaaa or mo piopgaaie win not ue cooaiaerea
1 he full tame end poet efflee addm of the bid
dr matt tDDeAr in the orODcaal.
If a bidlimtde latherame of a Arm the namta of
all tbe parilea muU appear, or the ill will be con
sidered aa tbe Individual proposal ot the partner
liondH In the mm of ona thouaand daliara.alirrrd
by tbe coo tract or and both of hlj guarantee, wilt
ba rt quired of the tucceaalul bidder upon algnlog the
Toe right to rejeot any or all bid that maybe
uccmeu too ugu u reicrrea oy wie uipoi vuaritr
Inlormal propo aU will be reJeclM
Propoaa'a muat be addreateu to Cact. Edward L,
. A ...l.a.a at...a....t IT A 1ir..e.
ABiia, -Miauiui uatiivriuasicr, u. tat jaiuij a ti mu
li gton, D C, aua ihould be plainly marked " fro
1 o.ale tor furtiUhtog Storea," ao
ihrm ot ttuaranlM,
We, of the county of -, and State of
. i ,anu i . oi me couuiy oi i , ana oiaie
of ,do hereby guarantee that ... It able to
talflt tba contract Iu acoordanoe with the term oi lib
propoeltlou,acd thatahould hi proposition ba ao
oeptad, he will at once enter Into aoontraot lunt
Should the oontract ba award Id to hlm.we ara pre
pared to become blaauret'ea
(Totbltguirantea muat be appended the certifi
cate above mentioned
oct 18 Captain and A. Q M , U B A
Holdlersf Relief Association,
Otto, No. 76 Fairett. corner Itlrteeutb
CommuDlcatloni to be addrrewl to
oct le If Lock box 88, Washington, D 0.
rpKE UNDIiHSIUNED BEdS LhAVE TO IN
X form tbe public that he be entered into b ielna
relatione with iha hcuie ot Fans ibn a. Co., Bank
an, Rome, lor tbeaelectlon,pDrchae, or forwarding
of Work of Art, or othr artiote of Roman manu
lieture, v.h ch he It prepared to do oa the mott Ta
vorable ondltlona and with the greateat prompti
tude. The greateat care will ba given lo aeleotlng and
Tbe moat liberal termi allowed In all backing
trau-aciiona, and circular letter ol credit on any
EDropeaaorAmerloao houae oaahtd by Faiviom
fcOJ. W J. BTILLMAN,
cat li-wit u. B. Conaul, Roma.
TO MKMBIRS OF CONORIIfl. PROFIS
iloua.1 4lamtlaman, nnaolhara.
The ande.tlgned ara prepared to print Speechei,
Briefs, Famphleta, Ueportt, or any deeoriftion ol
Hook work, aud eoliclt order
vr. v. ouAiiar.iwA.eL. m uu.i
uaua oorner inaiAaa an
205 Pennsylvani Avenue,
205 Pennsylvania Avenue,
205 Pennsylvania Avenue,
39 South William Street, N. T.,
SO South William Street, N. Y.,
Ohoioe Brandiaai A Wines,
Choice Brandies & Wines,
Ohoioe Brandies & Wines,
Choice Brandies A Wines,
AND W1IOLE8ALK DRAUER8 IK
RVE AND BOURBON WHISKIt,
RTE iD BOURBON WHISKIES,
AS Wattt, AS KVKBT VARIB1 Y OF
Xaquornk Oordlala, tibo;
Zalquornii Oordlala, ctto.
AMD TUB BEST BBAND3 OF
GENUINE HAVANA OIGAHB
GENUINE HAVANA OIGAKB
Wa alto offer lor tale a complete aaMrtmant of
Ker met ically Boalad
Fruit, Meats, &o.,
Fruits, Meats, &o.,
Fruits, Meats, &o.,
BXFKE8SLT PUT UP FOB CAUP U8U
BBST GOODS IN THB MARKET,
BEST GOODS IN THK MARKET,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES,
LOWEST NEW YORK PRICES.
305 P.ennnylTania Avenue.
205 Penntylvanla Avenue,
let ween Ninth ! Tenth lit.
lrom Iha Paocla'a ClotiilDa atota. No. aito s.t.
enth atreet, near P. Tbef out wear anythlnf rou
mm ta.M ma Ihaa mM enld Aa Amm. at
vnii vuj a pjihi mt mtw mwaiA BV vtAvniu aia,
, No itW Har enth itreet. near F.
I would adie all to coma and bur their Clothinf
at SMITH'S, No. 4 JO Seventh itreet.
If you ara wlea you will com lo SMITH'S, Ho
460 Sarentb itreet. near P, oppralta City Poat Offloa ,
to bay year Ulotbla;, Vatnuhlof Goodj.Trunki,
llati, and Cape.
Tha PEOPLE'S CLOTHING STORE, No. 490
Seren' h itreet, la tha beet plaoa ta town to say your
CiO thing, Varelihlng Oood. Trauki, Hate, aad
Cape. J. U. SMITH A CO . Clothier, 40 Seranth
Call aoon and Mt our new atcok of Kail aud Win
tcr ClothiBC. whloh we are Mlilr a- at very low prloaa,
at the I'KOi'LK'S CLOTOINO faTOBK.No J
Berenth atreet, near .
Oreit attraction! at No. 4AoU.TepUi atreet. New
atockol Clothing Jual arrlveoraad eelilnr at our
oaoal low prUei. J U, SMITH A CO.. Cloihlara,
No. 460 Seventh afreet, and coroer TwcaUath atreet
and Peun avenue.
Great tarflatna In Clothlut;, Farekh.na; Qosda,
nata,Cate, Booti, and Sboca,onlhi oorner of Twen
tieth atreet and Penu. avenue.
SMITH k CO., Clothlen, Flrat ward, oor. Twin
Ueth atreet and Penn avenue, ta the oh ape t plaaa
In town to buy your Pall and Wtnur Clothing.
Call at tha Ftnt Ward Clothing atore and get
your Fall and Winter CI lthlug. Hat. Cape, tfooU.
ana Bhoei. SMITH ft cO , CloLhUr,
Cor. Twentieth atreet and Penn. av.
FIRST WAUD CLOTHINO HOUSE, corner
Twentieth itraat and Fenniylvania arenue.
Ton oan bay year Clothing, Hati, Caae, Booti.
and Shoei oheap, oorner of 1 wentletb ilreat and
Panne Irania areaue.
TT NITED STATES INTERNAL REVBNUD
Co ctor't Otic for (A Dittriet tf Culumbla
All peraoDi ecgaKed In iiiliril the ocoup.tlona
mentioned io tha flith aeotlon of the aot " to provide
Internal BiTeoue to eupportthe Oov eminent and
to par Intereat on tba Publlo Debt," ara notified
that the ifnseofibe Colleoior li now open at Na
478 Seventh atrtet west. Appllcationa for license
muat ba roada to the Aas'ataut Afaedsor of tbe Aa
aea iueit District la whlah the applioant Intend i to
oirry on buttneai and Hocnea will be 1-nued by the
Collector on receiving a certificate of auih applfoa
tlou and i ayment of the tax lmpoeed Ayiuicanii art
Cirttcularig rtqued'd ta eat' forUntr Hcenut at (A Col
ctor'i Vffic ai ftirfy a (A day ajUrlUag their ofitca
Uon uibh the Jwitwr. AU .lceaaee take effect fiom tha
lit of bcptvmier, and every paraon reqnlrad by law
to take out a Uornae la prohibltid from carry lug on
bualoeee uutll tbeaame li tamed, under a penalty
of three tlmoa tha amount of tha tax. Manulaotur
era and Brewer ara itaulredto mike to the Col.
leotor return of thtlr 1 rod action for tbe month of
Bcpiemuer wiuuu wn aaj autr ii" ciore, ana
monthly thereafter, and, at the aaine Hoe, to pay to
tbe ( olUo or the tax thereon In ill oae penalties
are hopoaed for any default
S.J BUWP.N, t'ollactor
Odtobar vib, MflJ oo 15 lw
EALKD PBOPOSALS are Invited until the 28th
IO day of October, IStt.ior rupplylng tha United
Stt-i with 6,000 HhEv CATTLE oa ihe hoof. The
Cattle to be delivered at Waeblogton City, U C ,ln
l.oco bead on the 10th day otNaivemler.
1 ,i oo head on tha 16th day of November
lOW bead on Ihi Sfltu day f November
l,ooo tieid on the oth day of December
1 000 head od the 10th day of December, and
1 o head on tba 16th day ol Dtotmber.
Each lot muat average 1 300 po-nda grcaa weight,
and no animal admitted whloh welbelteirban 1,000
pound i groi wiight Uelle.e and bulla not wanud.
Twenty per oent of tba purohve o-ouey will ta
retained until tbe oontract le oompletcd.
A bond, vUJ. good and lutQoltnt aeourlty, will be
Government reserve to lteelt the light t a piy In
Tre'sury note, or other Government fund
No but will he entertained when put In by oon
traotora who bare pravlouilr fili to comply with
their oontract, or when the Lllder Unot preaent to
rtapond to hi bid
Alt bid muat ba aoeompanUd by two guaran t mi.
Tha name of fir me muai be atated Iu fai,with the
preo'neaddieta of all the metnbe'aof the Arm
Sldi to ba directed to Col A. BEOKWUU.A D.
C. and O S , U. S. A , Wuhiufitoo, 1) 0 , aud en
doraed 'Propoeali for Beef Cattle "
Jbrm o Quarantet.
Wa , of tha county or , and State of
, and- -. .of tha county cf , and State
of -,. , do hereby guaranty tbat la able to
lulfll a con ti aot In aeooidance with the term of bla
propoaltlon, and that, ehoald hia propoaltlon ba ao
ceped,hewlU atonoa enter Into a con tract lnao
Soould tna rontraat be awarded hhn, wa ara pie
pkxtd to became hia eecuritlm
Thla guarantee muat be appended to each bid.
P03TAOE CURRENCY NOTQ CASES,
271 Pennsylvania Jvtnus, baixsHtx 7$nth
and Eitvtnth $!rt(s,
WASHINGTON, D. O,,
BY TUG DOZEN OU GROSS,
oct 11 fltoo
FHUIOIITTO NKW VOIIK.-THB FAST
r-ttllog, copper and coppfr-lniteoed, flrit-olaai
A 1 ifl-ooner, Ald,W. B Hutoblnjre, maater, will
til for thi above port about Friday or Saturday ol
next week Part of the Meght being angagad, a
Apply to FB1D. 8. OOSZENS, Agent.
Opner ot 11th aerial and Penn'a avaam.
Later from New Orleans.
Cmptara of Cattla from tha R.bele.
Nw Yoax. Oct. IS Tha ataamar Potomac.
from New Orlnni on tbe 7lh tnatant, bu ar
rlred. The eteamcr Roanoke had arrlrad at New
Col. Deralng, of the Twelfth Oonnecttoot
regiment, had been appointed acting major of
New Orleans, vice Oan. WelUel, relieved at
bla own rtqneat and aaelgned to tbe command
of tbe reterre brigade of tbe Department of
Our gnnboata bad captured fifteen hundred
head of cattle near DooaldionTllle, and whllat
conreTlni tranroorla with the cattle down the
river, a rebel battery opened on them, bnt the
Kunooaia arove toe reoei, away, not. nowever,
unill First Lieutenant Bwaeej, of the Sclota,
was killed, and aereral of the crew wonoded.
Tbe bodi ol LL Swuej was brought here on
The Potomac brought from New Orleant
$125,000 In tpecle.
lb Ueprttloaa of tha ConteJ.ral.
Nxw VoRt. October Id. Cantata Haa-art. lata
of tbe eblp Brilliant, which wa, barnt by the
rem, aieumer AiaDama, or " zvu," reporu mat
another ablp wu In light when tbe Brilliant
waa burning, making up toward! the wreck,
probably with the hop ot eavlng life, and aa
another light was eeen at ntgbt, It le presumed
ehe also wa. burned. Tba reuel which brought
the captain to thla port only brouiht eight of
the crews of the burnt eblps. The rett, sixty
In somber, would be put aboard the other ves
sels (alien In with by the Emily Farnham. The
Brilliant waa built at East Boston, and with
her freight and outfit cost 180,000. She waa
owned by Ifessrs. Jenkins & Co., of New York,
and Captain Hagar, all of whose property was
The following Is a correct Hat ot the Teasels
destroyed by tbe "290:"
Sblps Brilliant, Ocmnlgeo, BenJ. Tuoker;
barks Virginia, Ellaha Dunbar, Ocean Rover;
brig Altamah; 'echoonera Courser, Weather
Gauge, and Starlight, and a ship, name un
known. One hundred and ninety one prison
ers were landed on the Island of Flores.
Tbe Alabama le" a woodtn vrsael, l 1,200
tons burden, copper bottom, 210 feet long,
rather narrow, and painted black. She carries
tbree S2t on a side, and Is pierced for two more
amidships. She hoe a 100 pounder rilled pivot
gun forward of tbe bridge, and a OS-pounder
on the main deck. She nas tracks laid forward
for a pivot bow-gun for a pivot stern ohaatr.
Her guna are cf tbe Blakely pattern, made by
Wesley k Preston, Liverpool, dated 1862. The
pirate steamer Is bark rigged, and Is renrceent.
ed to go IS knots under sail and IS knots under
steam. Bhe oan get up steam In twenty min
uter, one naa an me national nigs, but usual
ly Mia the St. George's Grots on approaching
a vessel. Her complement of men Is 120, but
she Is anxious to ship more.
The Virginia was captured Sept. 17, In lat
39, Ion. 31. She waa stripped of all her valua
bles and burned. The Bllaha Dunbar was
taken next day and bnrned. Tbe crews of both
vifsela were put In Irons on the deck of the
Alabama and kept there night and day till
transferred to the Emily Farnham.
Capt Gilford, of the Duobar, eays he under
stood that the Alabama wonld orulse about the
Grand Bank for a few weeks, to destroy large
Amerloan ships. Tbey bad knowledge of two
sblps being loaded with arms for tbe United
States, and were In hopes to capture them.
Tbe rebels were anxious to oaplure the Dread
naught, and confident of their ability to cap.
lure or run away from any vessel In the United
States. The steamer being In the track of both
outward and homi ward bound vessels, and
more or less being In sight every day, she will
make great bavoo among tbem.
Tbe Alabama took her armament and crew
on board near the Wes'ern Islands, lrom an
Eogllsh barque. Her crew are principally
English, her cfflferi being composed of tbe
" chivalry of the South." AU the water con
sumed aboard li condensed. She has eight
months' provisions, besldee what Is being plun
dered, and a supply ot 400 tons of coal.
SKN. BDKI,L'J DKPAIITMMST.
Oan. Buell'all.moval aud n.aturatlon
stow it waa urowgnt aoouiwrnt nt.
Corre.pomlence N T Timet
Loi'isviLLi, Kt., Oct 8, 1862.
Tbe history of G n. Buoll'a recent removal
and ludden raatoralioa to command, caver hav
ing appeared In connected aeqtience, I trutt
you may deem It deserving tbe publicity of your
Gen. Buell, though a good organiser and
drillmaster, baa proved a slow coach during
the war. He has been always behind time, not
merely falling to handle his soldiers oromotlv
blmself, but constantly denying reinforcements
trom bis laie army to generals wno wero in tbe
D-ld, and, with Inferior uumbers, directly In
tbe face of the enemy. During the preparations
for the stbrmlog of Fort Donslsun, it will be
remembered, nu eutreatiea in tho part of Geo
Halleck oould Induce Buell to send even a bat
talion to aselst In that vital cnteiprlee.
While matters, three or four n ft-lis ago, were
Koine on so badlv In Kentucky. Gen. Halleck
determined to transfer Buell's comtnind to
Gen. Thomas, If practicable; and au order to
mat effect bxing prepared, it was tent out bcre
by Col. McKlbbln, of Gen. Ualleck's slab", wllh
verbal Instructions tbat it should not be de
livered In case of certain contingencies one of
these being, If he should find Buell already here
on his arrival, and preparing for an Immediate
general engagement with tbe rebel forces under
linen as nere nnan uoi. mcmudio arrived.
but whether preparing for "an Immediate gen"
eral engagement" or not, the future mutt de
termine. Col. McKlbbln, evidently, did not
think he was ; and so tbo order transferring
tbe commind to Gen. Thomas was at ot.oe de
llverod Thomas being thoroughly acquainted
with Buell's army and Its resources, and pos
nesting, in an eminent degree, that Important
essential, the oonfidenoe ol tho toldiers tbut
suddenly to be placed under bis command.
No sooner, however, bad the order been de
livered than there was a furious rushing hither
and thither of promluent Kentucky patriots,
led by such men as Crittenden, Wiokllfle and
their associates. There was caucusing Iu hotel
parlors, mjsterlous Interviews with General
Thomas, and largo dltburtenwfht of money at
tbe telegrapn omce tor uispawnes euaretsea to
"tils Excellency, the President," one of them
being from Gen. Thomas himself, staling fiat
ha found a condition of public sentiment
amongst tho border State leaders, which made
blm anxious mat iuu uruer piaoiug utm iu com
mand should bs reroked.and Geo. Buell rettor.
ed to his position.
These dlsoatones, it would seem, bad the r
effect, Mr. Lincoln, as Is well known, holding
the opinion oi me magueies oi nis native otaio
In the utmost deferenoe. Contrary to the ad
vice, as is rumored here, both of tbe Secretary ot
War and Ui-neral-in-chief, Mr. Lincoln directed
that tbe military vie sof Meiers. Crittenden and
Wiokliifi) should be obeyed, Gen. Buell rettor
ed to bis command, and Gen. Thomii returned
in hi. subordinate position. It remains for
Gen. Buell's conduot In the future to Justify
this notion In nis oenan. uereioiore oe naa
thrown away chances of distinction tha most
magolfleent, and bat apparently refused to ao-
oept the certainty of victories which wonld
have made the borders of tbls State as secure
ec those of Canada against rebel aggression.
The responsibility of ibis portion of the cam
paign now reels on Meters. Crittenden and
Wlckllffe ; but under the vlgorourand perem
tpry instructions tent to Gen. Buell by the Gen.
eral-ln-oblef, we bope lor tha best and are
satisfied tbat any further dllatorlnesa on tbe
part of this officer will be followed no bv bis
prompt removal from a portion In which even
hjt warmest friends are forced to admit that
na nu neretoiore neen a taiiure.
AConaparlsoacr Volaat.arlaar between
bu aiavehoidlnsj atiet sraa-aiavabalrl
,8pto!el C 9rreepondee.ee of the Chisago Trlbuos
WisnnoTOK, Oot. 11, 1802.
.Tbls morning's Baltimore papers contain
the official notification of the number of men
reanired to be drafted In tha aeveral counties
of Maryland. It affords a fresh Illustration of
uie Intimate connection between slavery and
the rebellion. Five of the seven conntles south
of tha line of the Baltimore and Ohio railroad,
have furnished fourteen volunteer, out of a dod-
oiatlon of 05,326, and quota of 2,038. Four of
meae counties, bi. Marys, Charles, I'rince
George's, and Montgomery, are on the Lower
rotomac, stretoning irom unesapeate Day to
toe Monocacy river, ana nearly to tne railroad.
The fifth. Calvert, which is the extreme south
east, Is between the Patuxent and Chesapeake
Day, ana n me aircci route ot contraband
trade, bat not furnished a single man to tbe
war. fn these five ootintl-s there are, accord
ing to the larft censns, 38,711 ehv- to 37 ,600
whitest, and 7,525 free colored. Two ol theao
counties, It will be o srvcd uljjln Watbtog
ton, one on tbo north and one imi ibe a with
From their political complexion, as evidenced
by tbe number of volunteers tbey bave fur-
nisnea, tnai oi me native population or me
national capital can be Inferred. Of the two
other countlnr, south ol tbe Baltimore and
Ohio road, Anne Arnndel furnished seventy
volunteer,. In a population of 19,024 and a
quota of 695, and Howard 115, In a population
if 11.631 and noon an aooortionment of S63.
Anne Arundel contains, according to the census
ol 1860 whites, 11,764; slaves, 7,332; free
colored, l,btt. Howard whiles, eVUSI ; aiavet,
2,862: free colored, 1.393.
Thus It appears tbat, In the five counties
which have furnished fourteen volunteers on
a call for ever two thousand, the slave Is lar
ger than the white population, and tbat of
ibe two other southern counties,-mat In Anne
Arundel, the population of which Is more
than half slave, bat furnished less than an
eighth of lis quota, while In Howard, where
the whites ara mors than treble tbe number of
slaves, a third of the quota Is furnished Now
look at tbe northern counties. Alleghany,
tbe narrow, mountainous strip In tbe north
western corner cf tbe State, bordered by
Pennsylvania, on the north, and the "Yankee
lalng " Baltimore and Ohio railroad on the
south, has done bettor than anv other oountv
in tbe State. Uer quota in a population of
27,896 waa 872. She haa eent 1,463 men to put
dyiwu tht rebellion. The census shows tbat In
1860 out of an aggregate of 28,318, there were
only 666 slaves and 467 free colored. The
other oountles which bave more than paid In
volunteers the dralt upon their patriotism, are
Washington, Cecil and Kent. Their popula
tion In 1860 was whites, 33,646; slaves, 4,894;
ires cotorea, ie,uuu. r reaencx, iue m?i pop
nlout oountv In the State, next to Baltltmre.
which haa furnlMied 1,019 volunteers tin a call
cf 1,334, and would, perhaps, have filled up
ber auota but for the rebel Invaaion. had. In
1860, bnt 3,243 slaves In a population cf
t(J,I. Baltimore cuy bas ftrnlehed n,8U7
men on a coll for 6,293, while Baltimore counly
has furnished only 334 out of 1,663. Tbe fir
mer In a population ot 212.418 hod in 1860
2,218 slaves; tbe latter In a population of
oi.ino nas 3 ihz slaves a contraat ine more
striking If we lake luto tho acjount the strong
iDuucnces orougoi io uear xor toe purpose ol
araggtng uaiumore into me support oi tne re
Need we proceed with the oompiriton be
tween the elavecolding and non-siaveholdlng
A lUbel Vlev oftlia fnCnre Movciuente
or turn Twn Armies.
The corretpondtnt of tbe Savannah Rtpubli
can, under dated Winchester, Sept 23d, writes
as follows :
"The heavy work of Ihe campaign It proba
bly at an end. Jackson may be left In this vul
ley, but the greater portion of tbe Confederate
army, win, it is inoupoi, tuae up its petition
behind tbe fUppabannock, preparatory to go
loir into winter Quarters : while tha main bodv
ot tho Federal army will return to Washing
ton, leaving a division al Frederlcktown and an
other at Ilagcretown. From Ihe Rappahannock
to the Potomac tbe country bm keen laid waste.
Corn, whoat, bay, bacon, bog-, Ixef rattle, and
even much cows, were either destroyed or ap
propriatnd by Pone' armv, and thero It not
feod and forage enough fn the country tora"ft
tbe warns ot tne tew innaniiauts leu behind
MilUbourtC!, thrashing machines, manufactur
ing establishments, wagons, carriage, nnd
tanning Implement: were burnt or rtnileid
useless, bridges, blown up, hoises and ttock Kill
eJoroarrlcd ofr.aud furniture it'nl privit il
brarlesiiui pipers wantonlv luuttlalMorooni
mitlid to tbe tUui-'S. IV'ith these facts bufore
blm, the reuder may form some adrquato Idea
of Ihe difficulties Ibe armv encounk-nd on its
marob through this blasted wilderness, and at
lb. situe time see how impoetible it is for it to
go into winter quarters nrrlb of tho Rappn
hannock. The condition of tbe people In Ibn
valley of Ibe Shenandoah where we now are,
Is somewhat better, though far from good, whilst
tno Climate is mora severe, ana id transporta
tion of siiDnlles wbollv dependent nnon wa
gons. Below tbe Rappahannock we would
bave two railway,, Ibat from Richmond and
that irom Lyncunurg, wbion meit hi (ioruona
.extract, from Southern Ncara.
The report that the Hon. John Forsyth, of
noon, was lately Kinea in uaitie in rteuiucav
la untrue. He was taken prisoner by tbe Union
troops, but released on parol1.
Tbe Confederate Congress lately appropria
ted 133,000,000 for executive and Judlolal pnr
f loses, and to repay certain States forlntnisb
ng troops, to purchase subslttcnce stores, raed
leal stores, ordnance, etc.
1 he rjam'ntr Is out Iu ravor ot a uonitdernte
national bank," as a remedy for the financial
troubles of Dixie.
Tbe Rlobmond DUvaich waxts furious over
the (fler of Gaiibaldl to fight for the Union, and
call, him s "played-out European brigand."
JABKI OX TUB POTOMAC.
Oa and after tbe 12th toelant dav ol feepttmber.
rotse, will be required from all veattla, boats, Ac,
navigating tbe Fotomao river. Tbree w tli be taauad
by tbe Commanding Omoer of tbe FleUlla, aud ma;
ce ODiauita rrora ine naval v teU itatloaad at Alex
aodrla or at tbe mouth of tbe river.
fl II) EON WILLhB,
Heoratarr of the Navy
NOT! OK 18 HEBEBY tUVBN TUA
Copartnership brretcfrre cxlatiug t
LYLB ft OOrVIN b tbli day dl-tfolved v
JOUM a I.1J.B,
III If, IN
Lyla tnu ooaUiiax tht Mci.i tt t
tni. July a, IMS IJM
areata bs Driven vrllhta the Rebel Mil.
Tba Richmond Examiner of tbe 11th teje :
"It It the Imperative Interest of every slave
owner, living along the northern border of tha
Confederacy end aejioent to our navigable wa
ter courses, to mm'diattly transfer his slave to
some portion of the Interior behind the perma
nent lines of our army. But the food necessary
to eubtlst them Is one great difficulty In the way
of such transfer!. To obviate this oor Govern
ment should offer employment for slave labor
to (hot farmers from tbe bordtr and water
courses, which will enable them to support their
slaves In the Interior. Transportation Is another
difficulty which prevents this removal. Tbls
might, to a very great extent,1 ba obviated, If
the Government would permit Its wagons, re
turning empty from our armv, to aid the paoplt
In removing their tffeols. Whatever is done in
this matter should be undertaken Immediately,
ai delay may Entirely defeat the object, and
cause the lose of millions of dollars to oor
cause. The proclamation of Llnooln la a no
fict fj quit, served npon tha border people af
tbe Confederacy, and ihould be Immediately
acted upon. Whether tbe Government sola or
not, wa hope the. people will take warning, and
hasten to remove every slave from tht border
to the Interior." -,
Tns Lirtir Gincbil Oxsim. Adjalaal
General Thomas has frtned General Orders,
(No. 133,) Including tho Territories of Nebras
ka and Colorado In Ihe military department of
Missouri; (No. 136.) dismissing Capt. Charles
n. Webber, First U. R. ertlllery, rrom tbe ser
vice; and (No 137 ) reinstating Mt) J ('.Am
tin, One nundred and Twenty sixth Pennsyl
vauia volunteers. dUmlsscd from lie esrvlceir.
General Orders No. 125.
, Tbe following deathshavs eeourred slnct our
last report :
Hualelan Sidney UoJgea, oompany B, 934 n.
Y.; Harewood boapltal.
Henry Flint, oompany E, nib N. H. Qsorge
town College hospital.
Wm. Shnop, company D, list N. Y. Patsnt
Corporal Eugana Boltou, oompany B, 60th N
Y.; Casparls'a noepltal.
Patrick McMabon, oompany U, 10th lad ;
Judlolary Square hospital.
August 3 jbnson. oompany B, 6th Vermool,
Corporal Joseph Uclntyre, company B, 49th
N. V.; Ecklngton boapltal.
Wm. II. Ilayward, company D, 1st Maine
Cav.; Campbell hospital.
Geo. W. Austin, stb ifasi. battery; Carver
Wm. P. Harlow, oomoanv H. ltlh hi. H.: Aa.
First Sergt. Ben). O. Otto, eampany A, alth
Pa.; Eoeaeier hoapllal.
ueo. uarmer, oompany u, "id Hi.; watera'a
Warehouse hospital. '
i . -a i J
0 Ca 4 g
It; i s I
Ta tba Pufclla
MmuniKM or rare Hnm,
0(Ic li.dlan Affclrt, tkpltmltr 19, leH,;,
From Inlormstion lecelved at this Depait
rntnt, derniwd surHclentl reliable to warrant
mo Iu iloit'g I Cf-iiiiler II My duty lo wain
nil perona ouiit. biplutiit? tim crosalug of Iha
Plains litis tall to Ulnh or the PeclOo coast
that there I, good reason to apprehand bosllli
ties on the part of the Bannock and Shoibono or
Snake Indiana, as wall ue tbe InJIans npon tbo
Plain, aud aloof the Plalle river
Tbe Indians referred lohave during the past
summer committed several robberies and mur
dera. They are numerous, powerful, and war
like, and, ihould Ihey generally aatume a boa
tile atlllnde, are otrable of rendering tba emi
grant rentes across tbe Plains extremely peril
ous Hence this warning
By order of Ihe Secretary ot the Interior t
Chirlto E. Mrx,
Acting Commissi jne:
eutlct etscle Entering sr Leaving
Iha fotomao niver,
The guard vesssls off Alexandria and Final
Point, on the Potomao river, will be distln
gulthed, during the day, by a sqcim wam
ruo wits a rid cross, (St Andrew's,) and at
night by two bid Liana.
Tbe offltert In command of these vessel, will
furnlth the Naval Potomac Pass It all mutart
of vessels navigating the river, after tbey shall
have given proof tbat tbey are lawfully em
ployed. Vessels entering cr departing lrom Uie river
will be sohjeot to detention If unprovided with
ANB'w A, lliRWOOB,
Commodore Oonj'g Potomac Flotilla.
UtriRTvavr or Bun,
Waahlngton, Jon. 23, 18C1.
TjeaWcretarv of State will hereafter rvcelve
members of Congress oo business oo Saturdays,
oommenoing with Saturday, tbe first of r.tlt
WlLUAll B. iSWARD.