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NATIONAL REPUBLICAN
PUBLIJHIO DAILY. (UNOAYS IXCIPTCD,
UY IV. J. IttUKTAGH & CO.
U MIIIUK M, WBITOW, KUITOU.
tat-The imhllriatlon iBoe nl lb. Nitionil
Il&rDBLiOAH la at the northeast corner of D and
Bewnth streets, secur Boor, orer V. I). 8hp
hart's bookstore. Entrance on Berenth street.
HUDAY, O0T0BER 18, 1862
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS All transient
advertisements unit bo paid for In adranoe,
iiD'l abouU bo handed Inbefore 0 o'clock, p. in.,
to ensure Ibtlr appearance on (bo follow Inf
morntnfc.
OoraiBC Newt Heine, In addition to the
muni variety of mlacollanecua matter. Bee,
alto, on flrit page, " Anotlon Sale,'' "Special
Notices " Ac.
THE l'OSITIOH.
Too Parla correspondents of the London pa
pers ny, that although Mr. Slldoll baa received
no notlca cf his recall, he la in dally expecta
tlon of receiving It, and that bo baa given up
any nope of a recognition of tbe Sonihern
Confederacy by tbe French Emperor. Pit
contra, lbs rebel manager's In tbla country pro
few to fce more confident than ever, of a com
bined English, French and Spanish Interven
tion la their favor.
It Aetna, from tha letter of the very Intel!!
gent rebel correspondent of the Savannah Re
publican, published on the outside of this pa
per, to be tbe ezpectatlon of tho enemy, that
the opposing armies on the Totomao will go
Into winter quarters wlihout further fighting.
The rebel programme la announced to be, to
go luto wluler quartera behind the Rippaban
nock, where their supplies can be brought up
by tbe two railroads from Lynchburg and
Richmond They will remain aa loog as they
cao, In the valley of the Shenandoah, to use up
the food and forage there, which, although not
eo abounding as formerly, are s III considera
ble. The reports current three weeks ago, of
their voluntary rotreat trom the bhenandoab,
have not provtd, to be true, bat it Is believed
that they will retire whenever they are serious
ly pushed "
The Impression galus ground that tranship
of command in our armies in this qaarter, are
about to be made, that Gen Hooker will lead
tbe forces ou the upper Potomac, and that Gen
McClellan will be aulgned to tbe force In
I roo I of Washington
We have a report of a Union victory In Ken
lucky, nn Wednesday which, not being a "spe
cial" dispatch to the New York Herald, may
possibly be relied upon
In connection with toe dispatch announcing
that Nashville was summoned by the rebels to
surrender, on the 11th Instant, we copy the fol
lowing account of statements made by Mr
Marklaud, Uuited States mall agent, who lett
Nashrllta ou tbe 5th instant
'Gen, Negtey is in command with some 11,000
men, determined to defend It to tbe lust. Gov.
Johnson expresses bia desire to die rather than
abandon the place. Provlsli ns are soarce, and
the garrison deficient In many necessaries.
Foraging parties, with etroog oacorts, have to
be sent out at frequent Intervals, to great dis
tances, t procure subsistence, whloh la grow
Ing very suaroe In tbe surrounding country
Alarming repurts of rebel successes In all parts
fif the ooumry are brought In. lirecklnrldge
aa reported advancing with 30 000 men There
were also reporta that Washington was In pea
session of Gen. Lee, and that Memphis bad been
retaken bv (.ten. Prloe. The neoDle of Nash.
Tllle have learned before now what oredlt to
attach to tnese fabrications "
Amoog recent Items from North Carolina, we
notice the following'
QoaaTmsisTix'i Offci,
Newborn, North Carolina,
Ootober 7. 19b!
SrtcuL Notici An export duty or ten per
cent, on Ml ootun and bides shipped from this
port win ne cnargea irom mis aay, payaDle at
this office.
lly order of MaJ Gen Foster
Jams C. Smiiiit, ,
Captain and Aas't Quart'er.
This policy h authorlted, and, aa we believe,
contemplate.!, by the legislation of the extra
pesslon ot Congrefcb, and we have many times
urged It "pen the attention ol the Executive
We onght to have collected large rermues from
tbe sugar and molasses (hipped North (rein New
Orleans
Iowa, isconaiu and Minnesota, uutbonu-d
their citlzeux, who are soldiers In the army, to
vote for binte officers and uumbers of Con
gress Iklter results would have been secured
In Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana, if those
States had dene the same thlcg
The en on Dtaiatci Rbnintsr A fr!end:
who U'it harp:burg ou Wednesday eveniog,
informs us that the becond District regiment,
Col Alexander, is about two miles from Sharps'
burg, towards the river. The men are la good
spirits, although mauy nre sick Tho nights
are cold, and the dens are heavy. The regl
ment la not properly provided with either tents
or blankets, but was expecting to be soon sup
plied. Lieut Col. allele is sick, and Is soon to
be brought to tbia city. Picket shooting is kepi
np with the enemy, but so far, without caeual
ties on our side Tho enemy picket qultedown
to tbe south bank of tbe river, although It Is the
Impression of our officers that tbey are not In
large force this side of Winchester
Col Alexande. Is in better health than when
he left Wasbingtjn.
Our friend brought down many letters Irom
the officers and soldiers of the Second regi
ment
Uawbaldi ov Tilt, Ajucniiiv Contest. Gar
ibaldi has published an address to tbe people
or tngiana, m tue course of which he safe
" Call tho great American Republic ' She Is,
auvr ar, my uauguier, risen irom toy lap, aud,
however the may go tu work, she is struggling
for the abolition of slavery, eo generously pro
claimed by you Aid her to tome out Irom
the terrible struggle In which she is luvnlud
by the traffickers in human fleth IlelD her.
and then make Ler sit by your elde in the great
assembly rf nations, the final work of human
rlgtiui."
Gbu.ii Itintw or Taooru The troops on
Last Capitol IIIU, and ir Camps Seward eud
Chase on the Virginia side of Loog Bridge,
will be reviewed by Maj Gen Baoka and Brig
Gen Caaty to day at U u dock on Laet Cap
itol Hill It is expected that Ihle will be an
Imposing parade of troopii aud batterks fr'm
Vermont Masaachututuj, Cuucealcut, lSew'Jer
eey, and New Yoik, and j eraooa from these
Statea uow reaidlng iu this city will have an
excellent opportunity to see what noble men
their respective Statu are now sending Into tbe
field a
!&- Acting Assistant Paymasters Edward
D llayden and Tnot Carstaln have been or
dered to report for duty on board the Wee e rn
flotilla.
TUB B.LKCT10KI.
Indiana.
The Nor o( last evening has the following
retraction of Its surprising announcement of the
previous evening:
" In the hurry of going to press yesterday,
we were made to set-down Messrs, Colfax, Ju
lian, Pomont, and Dnnn, (Republicans,) aa all
defeated for Congress What we Intended to
tlate, according t the tenor of telegraphlo dls
patches receh ail here, was, that the first three
were believed to be elected, nnd the last de
feated." The Mir had better avoid hereafter such an
exctsslrn hurry In goto; to press
CisrnmTi, October K. The Democratic ma
Inrm on the Btate tli-ket Is about eight thou
sand.
ine Democrats elect Ave congressmen, tbe
Union men three, and three are still In doubt.
Ohio.
Of the nineteen members of Congress, the
Union party have elected five, with good chances
for three more. The Union Btate ticket Is re
ported to be elected, but the following dispatch
does not look like If
Cincinnati, October 17. Thirty one oonnties
give a Dsmooratto majority of 17,800, a Demo
orailo gain of over 23,000.
Pennsylvania.
J be Democrats are believed to have carried
their Stale ticket by from three to five thou
sand, anj a majority of 3 in tha lower branch
of tho State Legislature. Tbe Bute Senate has
x Union strength luffljent to give the Union
parly a majority la joint ballot, so as to elect a
United States Senator In the place of Mr. Wil-
aiot, whose term expires on the 3d of next
March
Tbe congressional delegation will be about
equally divided Two or three districts are
still In doubt. The latest dispatch is as fol
low!:
rBii.tfiii.rnu, Oct. 17. Fifth congressional
district Buoks oouotr Elves UaO majority for
Carrlgan for Congress, which defeata Russell
inayer, union uepuDiicao, ana exacts uarngan,
Democrat
Iowa.
A clean Republican sweep Is reported from
this State, but after the lesion we have had In
Pennsylvania, we will postpone any special
exultation uutil we get later mws.
Dis MoiKis, Iowa, Oct. 16. John A. Easson
ia elected to Congress by about 1,000 majority
In the home vote Tbe military vote wlllswoll
his majority. The Administration baa been
sustained by the Btate by at least 10,000 ma
jority. All the Republican candidates have
neen eieoieu 10 longress.
TIIK OHIO FLKCTIUN.
The rtsult of the election In Ohio Is exceed
ingly mortifying to the friends of the Uolon
and the war for Its defence When the old flig
was Orrd upon at Sumter, its friends In Ohio
at once toiiLded a tioce to all political differ
ences, and a generous and patrlotio Chlon
party sprang into being, embracing all the late
Republicans of the State and thousands of
Democrats. The " Union party" carried the
Immediate elecMona with Immense majorities,
and pushed forward recrnits for (he war so
promptly that there was no occasion for tbe
draft In most of the counties As tbe recent
election approached, the Union men, without
regard to party, met and made their nemloa-J
tlons Immediately, Vuitandighim made a stir
through the State, and, with the aid of a few
sympathisers, s"mmoi ed a " Democratic con
vention." It was thinly attended, Vallandlg-
bam managing tbe entire affair. Tbla was fol
lowed by Congressional conventions, and men
of the Vallandigham stripe were put In nomi
nation In nearly all the districts Thongb this
movement was carried on In the name of " De
mocracy," thousands of the old Democratic
party repudiated II, and heartily, like true and
loyal men, eupported the Union nominations
Tbe election has been held, and though Val
landigham himself, thank Heaven, has been
gloilously defeated, hla friends have carried a
majority of the districts of the Stale
And how happened this disgraceful and per
nicious result In so Intelligent and loyal a
blatel Simply In tbla wise Onto has 150,000
men m He uar Union niou, all of llwni, and
who, It they had been at home, just so many of
them aa are voters, to that extent would have
overwhelmed tbe stay at home friends of Val
landlgbam It la only a fraction ot the people
ol Ohio that basjjsl held an election One
hundred and fifty thousand of her loyal sons?,,..- that cite- on the 11th. The. sent a flar of
hare accepted the appeal to the cartridge box,
I . .,,11 .L a . . t
and urn eeltllug the grand queaHou with wea
pons more potent than the ballot
But the resnlt in Ohio Is not all deplorable.
If Cox is returned, Vallandigham Is not; and
In his dirty place we bare the brave and gal
lant Robert fcK-heock not a drop ol traitor
blood coursing In his veiua, and aa brave in
dibale aa gallant upon the tl-lil
And another trne soldier in Ibis good fight,
thelirate and eucteisfuljoung General, Jbuhs
A Garfield, Is returned from tbe old Glddinga
district one of tbe rising jouog men of tte
country, and a debitor of rare force and elo
quence,
And Ashley comes back, an exceedingly use
ful number, triumphant from a bitter and dou
ble-beadcd conteat, fighting nominations of
both Vallandlghamers and "Cbnservillos Re
publicans " From tbe Cleveland district we
have n new man for Congreulonal duties, but
a gentleman who, for many years, has been In
fluential in the politics, of the Northwest Rnfns
P. Spaulding, of Cleveland for qalte a term
of years a distinguished member of the bench
of tbe Supreme Court of Ohio, and widely
known alike as a sound lawyer and an eloquent
advocate and one of the most earnest p eadert
for the iffloient prosecution of the war. Judge
Spaulding Is iu the robust maturity of bis fine
powers, and no more brilliant and effect va mem
ber will take seat In the next Congress So, if
Ohio does send us a majority of Butternuts, the
Union minority la made cf such manly stuff aa
greatly to reconcile the country to the geoeral
result
BiKscii Foaevanl " The Washington Total
Abatioence Union" haveengiged P. T. Barnum
to addres them to-morrow eveniog at tbe Cap
Itol grounds, together with Dr Joseph Walsh,
of tbia city,
A bau I of maaic is expected to enliven the
occaalon by giving a few nalloual airs Seats
on the stand for ladles Go at four o'clock
and eccuro thim
ScrtMoMii- or Rtct. It la Bald that some
of the wagou matters In our army are Illustra
ting the superiority of tbe whito ram by cheat
lug tbilr negro employees out of their pay. We
'trust that that method of vindicating Caucasian
superiority Is not common
ArroiailMBiirs Col. James Bowen to be
brlgaller gcucral of volnnteers, Col E P
Scamnion to be brigadier genoral of volunteers
Sr-Major General U, S Grant Is aaalgoed.
to tbe command o! the Department of Tennessee.
BY TELEGBAPH.
Latest from tbe Army of the
Potomac.
HKADqtrARTEBS ABUT OP TBI PoTOUiC,
Friday evening. .
Yesterday morning when Hancock advanced
hla division to Charleatown, Uen. Woodbury's
division crossed the Potomao at Bhepardtown
ford taking the road leading to Bmltbield, a
small village between Charleatown and Banker
Hill.
Gen. Woodbury encamped laat night between
Leetown and Kearneyavllle, about aeven miles
from Smltbfleld. Hla troopii met with but slight
resistance with tha enemy's mounted pickets
This morning be advanced hla cavalry to
rtniubfleld, six miles from Uunker Ulll, where
h- met the cavalry belonging to Hancock's di
vision. ,
Helore raaohing this point tbe enemy were
found to be In very large force. The reoon
nolsance here ended Its object, being to ascer
tain whsre tbe main nortlon of the rebel army
"r. . , ... ... ...
mere is no uouoi out inai loe rooei general
Intend to give battle at or near their present
looatlou.
The Indications are that they will not have to
wait long before they again meet the army of
the Potomao.
TMK KLKOTIONS.
Pennsylvania
PHiLiocLrnit, Oct. 17. Tbe following com
prise tbe offleial msjorltlea for the Democratic
State ticket-
Northampton county, 1 it!, Lehigh county,
1 911; Bncka oonnty, 707; Carbon connty, 700,
Berks county, 5,911; Montgomery oounty, 1,647;
Cumberland oountv. 844.
For Congress, In Cumberland county, Bailey,
uie regular inmiranuii nominee, dh ,iet
votes, and Olosbrennsr, the candidate of tbe
Democratlo bolters, baa 1 9M. In Montgomery,
Stiles, Dsmoorat, bat C 610, while Erause, Re
nnhllftan. haa S..23S.
In Lancaster oonnty the Republican ronJorlU
for the Btate ticket Is 4 939 v
PmsBcso, Pa, .October 17. Stewart, Union,
is eieotea in tne Twenty nrst aistrici ny a ma
lorltr of atxtr.three.
Wallace, Bepnbllcan, Is supposed to be eieot
ea in me iweniy lourin aisinoi ny lour nan
dred and thirty majority.
Ohio.
New Yobx, Oct. 17 A special dlapatoh to
the Etprta, dated Clnolnnatl, October 17th,
says that In Ohio thirteen Democrats are eer
tainlr elected to Conaress nut of nineteen. Tbe
uemocrauo Biaie iiccet is eiecieu ny iroui
ten to fifteen thousand majority.
In Iodiana tbe Btate tloket la elected by
from ten to fifteen tbonaand majority, with a
large Democratlo majority In tbe Legislature.
Five uemocratlo Congreasmen certainly, with
equal chances for three more.
Voorheea Is elected by twenty five hundred
majority.
town.
Cnicioo, Oct. 17. The returns of the Iowa
elections come In slowlr.
The Democrats acknowledge the eleotton of
five Repubiioan members or congress.
Mabony, Democrat, In tbe Third district, la
beaten three thousand.
Bcblixotox. Iowa. October IT Sufficient
election returna have bien t eceived to deter
mine that all (6) of the Republican Congress
men are elected.
Tbe Slate ticket la a so elected bv 10.000 ma
jority.
Change of Tern of Services
HtaaiaBURa. Oct. 17 Oov. Curtln. unon an
plication to tbe War Department to day, hat
been authorised to permit drafted mllltla to
beooma voluntesrt by changing their term of
service from nine months to three years. Tblt
will doubtless resu I In the conversion of manv
of tho draltsd mllltla Into volunteera for three
years. This Is an Important move, aa It will
prooaoiy eniuie inose wno onage tne lerm or
ssrvlce to bonnty and advance par, premium,
and In faot all the advantages which volunteera
have heretofore en oved.
Tbe draft paased off yeatorday in all portions
of the Btate, excepting Philadelphia, and pro-
ouceu, au lar as nearu irom, no unusual ex
dtemsnt.
Hve hundred and nlnetr men were drafted
in idis cuuuiy yesieruay.
Mil
Another Great Battle Reported In
saeniQCity.
TBR REBELS UTTERLY ROUTED.
Lomsvaxr. Oct. 16 Thomas D. Caw. the
sheriff of I- ayette oonnty, brings a report to
Islington or a neavy name yesterday, laating
from six o'olock In the morning to eleven
ociocK p. m , Between Islington ana men
mond. In which the rebels were utterly routed,
throwing away their arms and accoutrements
by thousands. We oiptured 1,800 head of
came, a large quaotiiy ot arms, and quite a
number or prisoners
Inter from RashTllle The Hebels De
manding lis Surrender.
Nfw York, Oct U.A ppvclal dUpatch to
tbe Htruld, dated Loulnville, Oetulwr 15th,
pftjp Official dlapakhes received from NdSb
elll.a a)A xliaev m tap ikaa t-Al.ulaa tm laesra fneAa eitfASaaa
tiuce demanding a eurrendir uf the town, but
' aT !. a,.l ,t... itoJ PL r.J.a. I bTa-a I.u
Gtn hegley declined The Federal force there
was deemed ample for Its defence. Governor
Hairls, Major General J. R. Anderson, and
Brigadier General Forrest, are In command ot
the rebels
i i
Genu llasnplarleB IHTlelon a&aftaglaej
the Itcbels at alieiilierdstowaat
Fbcdekicc, Md , via Waamvirov, Oct, IC
Special dispatch to the Philadelphia Tnqul
rer A courier who left Sharpiburg at eight
o'clock this mcrnlcg Inform me that Hum
phries' division of Porter's corps crossed tbe
river at Sbepberdatown at six o'clock a m ;
that they were met by the enemy, and that an
engagement was taking place when be left,
i i i
From Fortress Monroe
Fortress moikoi, Oct. 10. We have reporla
of a skirmish beyond Suffolk on Tuesday last,
between our troops and the rebels at Blackwa
ler river. A lieutenant and tbree privates be
longing te the 11th Pennsylvania cavalry were
killed No further particulars received
The clerk of the Norfolk market haa been re
moved for bis disloyalty and a Union cltlttn
appcluted In hla place.
Maine Trtrups for the War
Niw York. Oct. 16 Tbe following: dleoatcb
was received thla eveolng from the Governor
or Maine -
'Acuca-r, He , Oct 16, 186!.
Col Frank E Howe, .Vtfifarv atari'
"The Twenty-Bfih regiment leaves to day fcr
Washington. The Twenty third regiment will
leave on -Saturday, and the Twenty-seventh on
Monday, " ibjuii. waauBCBNC "
atT Lieutenant Commander Sammes has
been detached from the screw steamer Wam
tutta, and ordered to relieve Commander Bow-
ell, of the Tahoma, Commander Howell, on
being relieved, to return North. ,
etr The Department of the Tennesaee will
luc'ude Cairo, Fort Henry, and Fort Donelaon,
Northern Mississippi, and the portions ot Ken
tucky and Tennessee west of tbe Tennessee
river
Tnii Evcmvo Nixon's Circus opens this
tveniug for the first time See his advertised
bill of attractions. Everybody la going to see
the performances of bis wouderful company,
sr- Brigadier General Uufus King has just
relume! to this elty from bis sick leave ot ab
sence, and baa been ordered to report to Msj
Gen McClellan for duty.
Accommodations for afoldlera at the
Itepot I
There are now about eight large Government
bulldlnga at the railroad depot, and along the
road towards II street. Tneso are uetd for tbe
aoeommodatlon of the newly arrived eoldlera,
In which they reoelve their meala and sleep,
and other parte of tbe buildings are used as
warehouses for the storage of Government
army goods.
Vlatlng Days ot the Hospitals in this
ftv alata order of the Burffaon General. " the
military bospltata will be open to tbe author
ized agents of soldiers' relief associations and
other aid societies, from twelve o'clock m. to
six o'clock p. m., dally, and to the friends ol
patients and other visitors, If, In the Judiment
of the surgeon in oharge, their visits will not
be prejudicial to the welfare of tbe sick."
ar- Insdsv KTsnlnsr lervlee. The Uni
tarian Seoul? will neat for rellgloui aervtoe te mor
row sveaieg, (Ssndsy, Oeubsr It,) la WlUaid
Hall, V strut, betwien roartesath aad I Uteenlh
streets, when a sermon will be delivered by Rev,
iiiiihu anj7vnuiis ur vi oviviev, 17,
wj . II
FOR HUT-ismkhedBeoBu with (rat otasa
board, or cither alons, at 4ts Eighth street,
east side, four doors north of Pcnur lraala avenas
noQisi, sknj 10 7u; ost eoara,.s nvr wtvs.
00 H-ll"
LOir-t Pocket book, U the oarsbetween l'hll
adelphta and Washington, eeatalsleg aboat
Ninety Dollars and sn ordsr on tha Dolled Sum
Treatnier,paitaeatofwlUchhasbenstopped. lbs
monev may bs re tslseit by tbe Under, aad Pocket-
book
mm wiusioa iiw,i
OOlB-lt
llatsl J
WANTS.
WAMtbed-A Book keesw aoqaalatad with tbs
wbstassle groeery baslaast. Addrau r. o.
Hoi 1S1 alvtu t ataraaeaa. aad atatla aalatv la
qui sd oet lt-st
1-MlHniaiiKD HOUSE WAHTBrsaasXAS
C tbe DsjKrtofUnBeiumore A Ohio pallsowt
Compear, by a Good Tenant, who will take fsed
ears ol tMfarilrrs,Ae. Address
'alto "
K.W EDifOhlnV
Sep 10
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WAiaTaUJ At the New Toik Employment
AieneyOaaSiWe. til Ntnta street, near Pa
alenUkVwferTTT-TlVB M) WHITE and COL
OBUT OIBLS, with good telersnoBs, aa Cooks,
Qhsmbsrmalds, Leandrssees, Waitresses, Norses,
and Saaastnaeae. AhoyeaaaColore41Iea to avail
oa tables la Private raatluea or Hotels. Also want
dhouaea Immediately, with or wlthoat Faroltnre
Kaptoyera la wmat of good kelp, will tad It to Ibsb
aavaaiaae w ea
idvaatage
jssTf
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1T AlHItlSWOa aKIRV FACTOKT.
WANTED M raaaalaa to lean to naka aklrta
A peraea ean, la a snort time, make, par weak, froaa
t0B4 laqirs,rorparneaiara,aiaviBvsauni
l mma up "" ,-
Dr. Fisliblatt,
Of No. al, corner of Klghth nnd at ata ,
Ooooilts tin Central Post OfflM.
Can ba eonnlted on KltEUMATIO ArFEO-
TION8, CONSUMPTION, LIV1.R QOaf
PLAINTII, CHRONIC Al-FfcClIONS, aa well u
all ituciaeaof Impradenee, of whatever eharaotsr,
ana wnica mar oe uveianu uourasia dt vuicr puj
ale ans Us engages to maks aa Immedlsts eare
From hli lenethr nraellce la tbs leisoos ot mcdl
elne, he Is enabled to offtr hlmielf to tha anblle as
nClB U9 VH1J UiN IB II aNUUJa.VU .U11VI IUUIU
ing speedy relief AU eases enrabte will be gaaraa
tlf-d Ha warrants a enra without tha tue of msr
anry or any other dBBgerona mcdUuns Rseeatoasaa
BBica la two ur uir uj
N B LatteiaaddrestedtoDr V , at hie once, No.
411, corner of Klghth and E atrceta opposite Gen
sral Peat Offlee, will reoclve Inmedlate altaatlOB.
oet B jl
painic ouucacutKS.
FINE OEOCF.BIE9,
FINE OUOCBEIE8,
FINE OltOCKEIES,
AT AUCTION FBICES,
AT AUCTION PBICE8,
AT AUCTION FRICkS
Ths halaaee of tbs cargo ot lbs
SCHOONER "AID,"
Conalattng of avary dcserlptloa of
FINE
FAHILT
OBOCERIES, ,
Will be lor sals until the Sohoonsr Is discharged
FAMILIES
la nsed of a Winter fiBpply, at ths
TRADE PRICE,
Csn bs supplied by fha Package
FRED 8 COZZENS,
Consignee, eor lttb atrstt aad Pann avs
CAPT HUICHINGS,
Schooner "Aid," foot cf 11th strut
oe lt-dtftf
Military Equipment,
BmBBBBtMtO'aTtaBCaG
AND
HARNESS MANUFACTORY,
409 Seventh Street,
Opposite Odd Fellows' Hall,
WASHINGTON, D. a
I auaatatttrs ol ths beat material, and have cos.
staatly oa hand, a large and varied aseortiaant of
Military aad Cltiaaas' Saddles,
Brittle,
Breast Collars,
Pelt Saddle Cloths,
fihahraqaaa,
Patent Feed and Water Baoksts,
Spurs,
OBoers' llavaraaaka,
Otaocrs' Plac Sword Helta,
Belt TriaunlaKs, and
Field Olaaa Cans
TRUNKS
SOLE LEATBEB,
IBON VBAMR,
DRESS, aid
WOOD BOX TRUNKS
VALISES,
IBAVKLINO BAGS,
UAltNKSS, &s
REPAIHINO.
As 1 manufacture Tracks extensively, and naosa
tartly hare all klnda of Trunk Material, I am batter
prepared to repair Treats, ao , thoroughly and
promptly, than any other aatahllahment la ths city
Oct l-0ml JAMES S TOPBAM
DISTINGUISHED ARRIVAL..
FIRST FINE TCRrtAMNS Or THE SEA10N
MBS T. KUSSLLI,
nu rectiTsd, at her DIMINO SALOON, on Sev
enth stieet, near ths PostOfflsa Department, asv
rsl ll"nvEBy fim IE,tRAP,j,a
from tha lower Potomac, which will be aeirtd In
he moat approved aeerylynd atria
She la alsola dally receipt of Blue Wing, Canvass
Back, and ltsd Head PUCKS At .11 Umea Pan
ridges Pheasants, Jack Bolpes, anu Woodcook,raay
De haa or pilvatc partus ur uj lamiues
O0ll7-2t 8tara Intel
pCUlTUMaSI FPRWITPttKI
XeXoGt-roasor t Co
at UIMIt
EX1KN81VE WAumOOUO,
S3t Ssvcath street,
OFFER INDUCEMENTS to t-urchtaera Of Furni
ture BBd olhsr uoaacseipinx uwxu
Onr stock la larga and varied
Parlor Knitt. In Brooatalle. Iteo. and If air Cloth
Chamber Setts, in sclld Oak, Walnnt, Mahogany,
anH t.lnt-a n.atl. flmSIlUBlril
Oak, Walnnt, and Mahogany Extsnalon Tablea
aad Dicing Chain
Superior Curled Ilalr Msttreasas, Uusk and other
Mattresses , , , , M . .
JUao, a large qaanuiy -oi low priccu ucasicaus,
Chain labile,
araaaa. Wardrobes, Washstaada,
Dfflu FimllaM. fl
All of whloh arc made from the beat materials,
and warranted to give satUlaolion
Parsons famishing wtald do well to look through
the sioct neloro parcDuinx, aa wc are svmag
pricea to aalt the
oet l-codtwlf
ua
McOBEQOB k CO ,
aao Seventh street
AMUSEMENTS.
Notice of Postponement.
Mr. .ralfva at. mxos. nadlei II Imrjeadkla to
eosBDleu all hla arrangements (or iortaally
OPENIHQ lalC CBKHOBNR UlBCOi LAST
niuur, .
fia. rlaamad It h.t la d.far It until
8ATUUDAY KVENINQ, OCTOBER 18,
wba the
INITIAL DISFL1Y WILIi rOSlTlVELT BE
NIXON'S
Cremorae ftarden Circus!
Krom His Cremeras Gardt aa, tha Falaoe of Uai Ic,
Baa taiuesinan dcbooi, naw 101 a, sriiivpra
1 OR A LlkflTED BCABON, .
On Saturday Kveubg, October 19, 18C2,
with? a
VULL kQCESralAN COMPANY,
sod the popular
SPANISH BALLET TBOUPK.
Tnk Looition IS TOt BEST Dt TUX MlTBOrOLIS,
Pennsylvania Av.aadleTsnthttcsX.
T11K M AUH1HCBNT FORT ABLE TEMPLE.
CemrjttMdorwbodaBdeaBTaas. la the aaaae ttssd in
ineCttmvi v.. nuns, New lork, whsre Its
stractioawss deemed a eaietes. Iatailorly It r-re
assts a pleaaug appearance, eniirsiy oiBsraai irom
ths obltetloaaols tents undtr which the ordinary
strolling showmen are forced togivs their snUrula.
msata Tbe Cramorns Circus marquee coat over
tl,oco ana II ean be truly said.to eoaablne EUt
UAN CE ANll COMFOUT
SOME FIVE HUNDRED ARM CHAIRS
Wsre taksa irons ths Cremoiai OarOn, la ordsr to
accommoaats tns puoiNti nssmcgira
riooljal TaTotloet
Btmtmbtf! NIiob'i Crtmonie tircui doti not
optn until attnrdijr Right, Oct. 19.
Look out for the Striped Canopy!
BEHOLD TBI MAMMOTH BILL BOARDSI
Tha Horaaa, Foalsa, Males, and other Animals hsvs
btsa stlected exprMsly for this establishment.
THE PARAPHERNALIA,
DniHi. Rannara. MseLlaarr. AeDolalmsnts. A&.
ho , ars NI W and ot the lams oost.y mstenal as
uy usca in amw ivia vrcmuia uiru... Mm
Tsna laoua iniairv, ana ai-Hji nvai vireu.
whan Mr JameaM. Nixon aaraaied the maaageasaaf
oi tnoee etitDraieQ imBiaiiiMaw
ntnrdar KTanlng, Octaber lath.
The follonlag artists will appear
DOCTOR JAMES L. THAYER,
Cloarn, Humorist, aad Comedian
WH. CONRAD,
Tbs Ranownsd Grotesque aad Aerohat
MLLE AUGtlSIlNE,
Ths fairy splits of ths Areas, (her nrst appearance
In Amciloa)
MISS MART CARROLL,
Ths moat graoclal and obarmlag (though medstt)
ycung isay true aas ever enienru use arena ns
SSBSITIOX 8Q0SSTB1SBBB
MR II. WHITBY, MR It. NICHOLS,
TUE CONRAD BROTHERS,
MR B CARROLL, MR O DEVERE,
MR WM NAYLOB, MR C MADIOAN
MAST. WILLIE, and S WEBB
DR JAMES I. THAYER
wtj Introduce tbs
WHITE AND BLAOIC MULES;
Tbs finest pair or hybrlda cvsr cdacaua
The Spanish Ballet Tronpe,
eonalatlag of '
Wixa CuxciTtaiE, alias Aran,
lltxa Mtbim, Una STLTEsm,
attsa Price, and Hiss Bixr.it,
Wilt appear In the great Putomloae ot
SIM-aXatal
oa,
The Vicissitudes of an ASronnat.
aW-Tba pnhllo will please hear in nbd that this
Is tne only establishment ttst hss the right to hi
announced aa
NIXON'S CREHORNE GARDEN CIRCUS
PRICES OF ADMISSION
Dr. as Circle toeanta
Baleoay Chalia 71 "
BocialRtngs at
No ball piles to the Social Range.
Doora opra at 7 o elook Per ormaaea will com
tnenoe at iyi o slock
DAII1 AFTERNOON PERFORMANCES
DURINO THE WEEK,
oot 13 AT TWO O CLOCK.
FORD'S NEW THEATRE,
Tenth Street, aaear tbe Arenas,
Temttt Street, near tbe Avtaas,
FAREWELL I
r- LAST NIGHT.tt
' ti-LAST NIGWT.-S
Of ths moat aoaompllahed youog acircis,
lVCiss IMaBeio IVlitchell.
Who now complet.a bar fifth week,
AM) BIDS ADIr-U
To h r numeroue patrooa
This (Saturday) atvanlng, Oct. IN,
A BILL WORTHY OF TBE OCCASION
Two attractive plays
TUE aRANDMILIlAR. DRAMA,
rrsian TTlVSLXLCllore.
Marie (with a aaw Ballad, written expressly for her
by Pro! J Boswafd) .'... Ml-Magxlc Mltohcll
JeanCram Mr U B Blahop
ALL TBE STAR COMPAtU WILL APPEAR
af-lS BEALIIFUL ToUNQ LADIES,
as retnaue ouavea,
Eaacutea a salutary march and drill
Toooooladswlth
A HUSBAND AT 3IQHT.
Cstherlue Mlsa Maggie Mitchell
FBICES Of ADMISSION:
Drees Circle aad Parqaetts, to cents, Oreha.Ua
seats, 7S cents, jtamuy tuo, v e-uia,
artfs extra eharge for reservsd seats.
Doors open ejaartar 7, Overture at I, Cartels
rises ex
oot II
WASHINGTON THEATRE,
Cor, acisTcntn nnd (J Streets, '
Leasee aad Manager HENBYC JARBETT.
TWO SPLENDID PIECES
AN ELEOANT COMEDY
and a
POPULAR DBAMA
ALL THE COMPANY APPEAR TO NIOHT.
MISS KATE DENIN aa MARTHA GIBBS
A. 11 DaVFNfORT u ROBERT H ACAIRK
MR SAM h AN as TOBY TWINKLh,
M1S3 VIOI.B CROCKER as LADY VALMUA
Tbla (latusdajr) Krenlng, Del. It, Itoa,
Will be presented tbe beaatllul domestic play of
All that Glitters is not Gold.
MarthaGltpba .. MlMKataDsnla
Stephen Flora Mr AH Davenport
Tchv rwtnkta .Mr San Byaa
LadJ Vatoria ... ... Miss Viola CrccVar
Laoy Ltatherbrldga .. .Mn H P G rattan
BOKO . . . MISS ANNIE WILES
To oonolndo with the lint act of the oelebrated
drama of
-ata nbort HaKaBoavlxo.
IraV.a, W.a-l.a Hf A It DaVCnPOrt
JaCQueaSircp Mr BamRian
ON MONDAY NIGUT NEXT
Ihe Dlstlngutshtd Comcalan,
MB F 8 CHANFBAU,
Will maka his tint appearance
l.acUv.J.np-.U.n-ft.....
i.t.Hnt w nt tat n bv ctKrle(JATlor. Kd
and ptrlormvd for tn oooeativa wek tn Ntw
iota wltn vaDoaaacu wweM, vm ..
1 ..Bull Rum
Or ilia Nackins of If alrfx Court-IIooie.
Tb pity wtl bt preocDttd with iw Local
8mm ry, Ugeoioug Mcohuiisin, Dloramlo Efftoti,
APPrOpilltB eVaTVICBrai, , ow
admTbsion
DrcuClrol md Fnjattt ... ... SoouU
Orohwtn. ChtUn Uoentt
ftfum MeMU
FrlTfttoBoxw K
Box ofllcaj opca from 9 m to 4 p m
Bull cn b Monrfi dtlly from Ji mtllUP b
Door open itTo 0.00k, eoma)D0 tt 7X 0 oUok
OJtlS
riUHIAtK-A Ur,flr.oliM well famithod
1' laftQlM' JlOWOIDg.lMHitw Ayinj -
Kt I Wubiagtoa fitmt.
co II It XUxtndjl.
AMUSEMENTS.
GROVER'S THEATRE.
imvlijonta Axmu, near WBcaroV flbW.
reniuyfoonlo atoenue, nsor rFttctroV UM.
la A 8 T NIOHT
OF MR. E L.
Tafa.vaivrzonT,
X3.T7'XIX7XOZ:l.,X'.
xDjk.-rauxrapoii.T.
. -1 be great American Aotor,
LAST moUT OF
MISS ANNETTE INCE,
MIS8 ANNETTE INCE.
- -
Ths (treat Amarietn ComediaB,
Mr. D. SETOHELL,
Mr. D. SETOHELL,
MADAME VANDEEPAN1B.
This (Saturday) Nlarht
RICHELIEU,
KIOHELIEU,
Or tlio Consjplraoy.
B L. Davenport ,
Aanettslnoe
Ben Rogers
..ThaCarllnalDaka
., Julia De Motilmar
, SlaBrdeBerrlnghan
To oonaluda with
ar-WANTED!
WANTED!
1,000 MILLINERS.
1,000 MILLINER8.
Satohall as Madams Taniarpanls
NEXT MONDAY, Ootober to,
Rs-entre ol
Sir. and Mri. W. J. Florence.
FOB SIX NIGHTS ONLY I
PRICES Or ADMISSION.
Private Boxea, It, Dreaa Circle, M eenta. Orches
tra Chairs, TS oento. ramlly Circle, U eeata, Colored
Qallery, 9i eeata. Oolored Parterre. M seats
Doom open at 7) o'clock Comedy eoeamaaeee at
I o clock. oet il
QUPFL1KS FOR TUB MAR1NH COBPSt
laiVABTBUsTAsmm'f urrioi,
U B llAtiiaCoari,
Wtuhlnftoo, D O .Oot. )71M
SEALkD FBOrOSALS.itMholftHMivftrmU'
ljr, will b rtctUtd at thli offlo ant 1 S o'olook P.
a a IO JVIal anOTriUUVrBBX, lOraDjaitDIIlK to lUtj
O 8 HfcrlM Corpi.doritg the jrlf3, tht fel
lowing appUe. to m dclivtrtct at lbtoffle of tb
AfiUteUBt QBUteraaaterof 4bo Corn, PhllsvlelphU,
PcnnillTslBlaa. fa-tM of IXICDJ tO In Ucitfd BlfttM.
PenniilTsKls., tr of Mfcu to
In rtcti quntltlet u my, from Hat to tint, bt
ordertd, tIz
ClaVm No. 1,
14,000 Trd of Sky Bin Kerer, U wool, fret from
btUr, 64 lncbet wld, to wtlb U ennoci to the
Trd.(tndliowooldrtd 1
0,000 rardi Dirk Ilia Ktney. all wool, fre Irom
hair, 61 Uobflt wid. to weigh 31 ouno to the
yara, fltdico wool djod )
MOQiudiDuE Blailwtlled Cloth, all wool, for
uniform eoti (Indigo wool dyed.) 64 lochia
liet 10 wa.gn ti oanoca per jmra
160 yaraa of Soarlct Clolh, U wool, (cocblnesl
dycdt)6llacbeiwIdt,to walgb lOouiiOra ptr
yard
CtnaNo 2
8,0X0 yudi of 6 4 Iark Blo Flannel lor omtaekt ,
all wool, (indigo wool dyed,) 64 loobei wide,
to weigh 18 ODLoea per yard
16,000 yardi uf 3 4 Dark Bine Flannel, for ahlrtj, tM
wool. (Indfgo wool dred,) ir loohie wide, to
weigh H ounoej pir ard
l,t00 Gray Biasketi, au wool, to weigh fonrponnda
ttMD,wiui icucri u a a ' in iu,k, ioor
loobea long la the centre to be 1 ieet loog and
6 feet wide, atd Into fiom gieaM .
7,000 pair of Woolen becke, three tlxet, properly
made of good fleece wcot,wHh doable and
twitted yarn, to weigh three ponnda per doitn
pain, tree from gieaie
OuiiNo 8
4,000 yardi White Linen for panti, 80 Inohea wlie,
to Wklgh 18 ounoea per yard
0,000 yarda White aUnen, for ablrli, 80 loobei wide,
to weleh 11 oanoca tier Yard
10,000 yarda Canton Flannel, lor drawer, 37 laohei
wiac, 10 wcign 1 eaooci gtr yara
CLaiaa No 4.
1 400 Unlfocm Capao.Hnp.ete (except Pbmpena )
l 6(0 Fompone. red worded, ball ehapea, 6 loohea
In AlnmmftiMnor
4,600 Fatlgne Cape, (with coian.) to be made of
Dine uoiu, ibojcu o yen
laOOO tftccka
Clam No 6
6X0 great Coat Batio&e, (Lag e )
303 grow Jacket Bat on, (Lagie )
loo grou Teat Battana. (Ibagle )
10) pi In Yellow Melal Creoenta and floala
Strap
150 Hie Epaulette Bullion for Bergeanta and Cor
porate 1 600 U Lpanletto Baltlon for PrlTetei
60 Bed Womtd Sahea
3,000 yarda of Yellow Binding
1,0)0 yards or Red Cord
100 Uwtvrda for Bergeanta
60 Bworda tor llnriolani
60 Omma (tenor) oom(.Ute.
61 Oram 8 lege
300 Bitur Dram lleada
60 Haare Vtum Beads
loo lfrum lordt
10;)jtUof Dram Saarci
60 Boxwood "B 'Fl-ei
ClisiNo 6
1001 pilri Army BooUi, (Infantry pattern )
Class No 7
1 ,r00 Cartridge Boxea
1,100 Btyoaet Soabsarda
1,800 aferenMicn Cap Pouchei
1,500 Cartr dge Box Belts
1, 00 Bayonet Belts
1,200 Waist Belts
l,oo Wal.t rlitti
l,voQBteut Plater
soo bword Frogs
Class No 8
1,400 Knapsacks
600 Haieiaatks
600 Canteens
sooUoiketflllngs
Clam Ho 0
For making and truomtog the following articles,
Tl t
atd prlrates' uniforms and failgue coats woolen
ana iinea penis, nennsi aaa linen enirn Drawers
flannel saoka, and red and b ue jackets for boji
The above mentioned articles moat conform, in all
rupeM, iot.ua Hiitu iiaDuiru j.ier..e iu ine oraoe
ol the Ouartermaster Marine Corne. ilarloe Bar
racks, Washington, D Ot An'itantyuiitermtiter,
office 'Marine Corts.lfo 8prnceeireet,afhUa4el
pttla, and at the Uarlae Stations, Brooklyn, New
York, and Boston, Maseaohnaett), where may can
be examined
And whenever tbe Articles named above, or any
portion 01 iuem,iDtiu vw wuajiucru m uvt iuu
floniotmaSar to samDles. ther will be reJeoted. and
the ooatraoior will be bound to furaUhotheis of the
required kind at once, or the Qaartt master will
snppiy me uenoirnoy tiini cijwun vi ine con
tractor
r aavment will be mads uoan the aoo toted delivery
or the whole guarantee, whloh may, from time to
tlme.be ordered, with Holding ten per cent from the
payment or account reuacreu unaer urei oruer, un
Ul eoond order Is filled, and ten per oant from ao
oount rendered under 1 eoond oidt-runttl third erdir
Is filled, and eo on until contract Is completed
Each proposal most be accompanied by the 1)1
lowing guarantee
form of Guarantee,
The undersigned,-"- , of -.In the
flute of , and .in the state ol
i... nenby guarauty tuat, in cese tne forego
tag bid of - , for aapp lea, as above desorlb
1. be aooeD ed. he u r theT will, within ten dave af
ter the receipt of the contract at tho post offloe
name j execute toe ovuirftui ir tue aeine who guva
andaBfflclenlanreUea, and In oass the aald
hall fall to enter Into tontraot, as afore, aid, we
geaianty tom.ke gooi tbe diffdrence between the
bflerof the said.---and that wnloU may bs
nooeptM
A B, Guarantor
OP, Guarantor
E F, Witness
a 1861
I herabv oertlfv that the above named ...
are known to me as men of property, and able to
make good their guaranty " U II
To be algned by tne United Slates DUtrlot Jude,
United S atcs District Attorney, or uolleolor
No proposal will be considered untesi aooompanled
by the above guaranty
HawiMDera. euthorfied to Unblfth the above wl-1
eend the paper oontaluiig tho first Insertion to thla
omce iaTciBYJn.iimi.ua
The bldder'e place of bualaeas, or matufkotutlcg
esiaDiii-ameui, uiua. ue eptsiuuKij ivu tu m piu
Ihe above Hat of article 1 Is believed to b about
the quantity of each article that will be required
durlug the ycart but the (luutenratter resetvis the
rignt ot braeting n greater ur ivea u
the Interests of the eervlcs reqalie lit
right ol ordering a greater or lets quantity, should
ie interests ut tu ecivivt. iihiiv ..
Fropuals to be endored ou the envelope,1 ''Fro
aale lor Uapiea for Marine Corps for 1801' d
rrc
DOC&ll
.it itraBsarl t ft
MsJorWU B BLACK,
Quartermaster M O, Washington V C.
00 IS law4w
NOTIOK. Was left In eharge of two boys, on
the 16th Instant, a Sorrel liurte, about alxieen
hands high, no marks kntwn Ihe owner is re
quested to ootne forward, prove property, pay
nai..BBea and take him IffkV
Lnqulre at No 40T
Thirteenth street, between Kand F
00 1 J-81
WM D ELWOOD
A GENTLEMAN AND WIFE, OR TWO OR
tbree gentlemee will find pleasett Furnished
ROOMS and BOARD Abply at 46? north .u street,
between neoona ana inira
oot 8
lURMMS
AMEEIOAN MUSEUM,
CIRCUS,
AND
MAMMOTH AMPHITHEATRE.
EVERY AFTERNOON AMD NIQUT.
EVEUT APIEBNOON AND NIQnT.
Louisiana Avsnus and Tenth Street,
Leiislaaa Avsnus aad Tsath Street,
Near the Bmltbsonian Institute.
Novel Arthaicai AccobUuIIod,
WITHOUT A PARALLLLln lbs HISTORY OF
MODtRN LCQITIMATC gXHIBITIONS.
A LI VINO, MOVIN67B?EAKItia PICTURE
olths
OLORIOUB SPORTS OF THE ANC1ENTB.
An Exhibition cf Fahuhm Expense I
IMMENSE EFFORT re FLEASETHE PUBLIC
Composed of the In sonant featerss from ths fol
lowing wslt known, dutlast eabibltloas
Barnnm a American Mbmbsb t
. Boatoa Aqaarlal Gardeaal
Loadoa Royal AaapbltheaUal
Royal Clrqae, Parlsl
Great American dreaa I
Old Adams' Caltfomla Msnagerie I
Bttined Moral aad Popular Eihlbltioni!
Not aa Ordlaary Clrcaa I NoYnlgar Dances I
p. t. bTr n u m
Lu Iht honor of iafornloaT thi Dubllo that.btlDf
BlltbUtO MOrBtBOdtU tM MbllJWhO Dltkt bti
izpcoUdto attetd thli OH EXT KOVBLT1T OF
1UK Auc.in anr iituiin inn wT.uaMuiine
able to prooara thi SPACIOUS AND TAB U 1011
TuK AQE.lnanjrHalllathit dt, and balaf an
ai tA nroanrta thai RPAClOtTH AND fABHTOH!
ABLK OROVER 8 THEATRIC, tM baa Bad BX
rantemeats with Messrs
aavdnareH Homml BqeiMti'm IoImsjI,
aad will exhibit ndcr their
MAMMOTH WATER PROOF OAVOFT.
Qnarantetdtopoeefisj.tf not the beauty of adorn
ment, at least awterf and oopc cffyoarK-cttui tktalrt,
and will appear there
(LowlataBKATomeiejama Tentb Htreet J
KVERY AFTERNOON AND HWENlaQ,
FOR A FEW DATS,
COMMODORE NUTT.
THE
Moit Extraordiairy Figmy of the 'Century,
whteanclTeraaleovbrlquetoi tba
30,000 Nutt
'lsexplaliwd by the' flowing correepondenee f
FirOaaaToi Ootil, Naw Ton,
Janaary 8, 1163.
M uoi Notx, MancXttter, A". IT
Bra: I am one of the late firm of Howes A Cash
lag, chartered a ship expressly to take onr great
American Circus to England, five years ego Wo
performed before bar Majesty, Qaeen Vioturfa, aad
tbe royal family, on several owialons, and have met
with tbe most trlempbant nooses throughout Oieat
Rritftlo n&vto lost read a dtn-arlDilon of Tnr lit
tie son, GKOUGh WASHING ION NUTT, end
being assured It la oorreot, I wish to engage him, to
go to London, for the Great Exhibition next year.
and to oontlnue the enjrtgeernt kwo years will
yet
AH
ffite yon vin iuuuo
for Mm, bet dt$pafig M e
Vl THOUSAND DOLLAltaper year
Il Tin don 1 aooeut my offer, please don't engage
him to other parties tltl I teeyoa Ilearefor Man
chter next Monday
l our ooeaient ee vant,
JOSEPH GUSHING
that tho following was appear in the New York
zrotaw ine next morning
Tht imaUeat dwarl In tba wor'd Is undoubtedly,
OaraniLaors NUTT. of Menchtater. N II Ua was.
brn April t,1844,hnee Ie 16 years of age Ills
eivtoMaleipenejfSUUKUttUKWAHiiiriJ
iH.l ccMndiiraLi GEOBGE WARD
SQTuN
NUTT.
. w F--ii.- "'.irif l7. aara-.V-.HV.kTt.aHVt 1
txmiM uwu u mx juv Auvnttv nuii(i
tnrlfty aed highly resptoted farmer, of the above
tosrs SpeclsJattentlon fast been paid to the edaoa
tlon of tbe pigmy Commodore lie to not only a
food Esgllah sen iar,Dut u also tolerably ptosoiett
i tho French language. Ma amoste hunself In
fatrmlntT. cinerlallv fadmln the teem havlnn amile
a paaalon for borsee. Bala also fond of hnailsg and
fl.nlog,andto a bright and graoeful specimen ol
mlnuie humanity, being synimeUlcaUy formed, and
a most pollta and refined gentleman In etatmre b
ie remarkably small Ait other derails tower aa
Jlanubyhlsalde Gin 10UTUUMB with whom
Ir Barnum created such a luror In h.nrope,iome
years sgn. stsnos ininesn rnonee nigner man uoaa
modore NUTT, boots and all ' Liberal overtures
have been made by cor first thowmen for the p lv.
liege of exhibiting tht Hitle Commodore tothpub
He, bnt his pateute a.d. Indeed, tht little NUTT
110, DUl OU pviltjijii u, IBUCPJ. iu uiutj a
himself, have decided oVJsotiona to his being-
a Htow of General TOM TDUBM ealledt
r miai
on tha
little man some time sine
It Is said that, after
looking down upon him for rome time Csn TOM
txolalmed, Well Commodore ftUIT.I mnstoon
feee yon are a bard nnt to oraok ' "
As soon aa he read the slip he wrote the follow
log letter to his Agent
I tuaxvat's MosaoK,
New Yuik, January to, 1662
F UitoucocK, Esq Dear Sir Dsn't falltotaks
Its first train lor Manchester, N H ,and sec ore. If
Soss.ble.tbedwsrl Commodore A vtt, It be answer the
e.oiip Ion given In the Inclosed printed slip Raib
er than fell lo getilog Mm, yon n ay offsr blm or hla
father thirty UunuanA doll ri lor the prlviltgeof ex
hlbitlng btm thrte year (this is ebcut 8200 pr
week.) nraldee which I will pay alt the expense ol
hrsarrl. elothlnir ooNtumes. end tratel ol ina little
C mmodore.aieotheexpenaeaoi any companion he
mar seleot nnd will give him Ihe profl a otm sale-i
of booki, p'oturrs, Ao , and prgjent him all cuts,
propenus ana patrmpuetyauB arrticnu id to cxni
billon at tbe claweof the enpgsmsnt,laolndl0g a
splendid pair cf ponies aid oaimge
In haste, yours,
FT BARNUM
V 8 I htar that several hhowmen are alter him
Nail him, and don't let them get ahead of you Get
blm on lower terms If you tan Get privilege ol
Otsntlnulogengsgemeuttwoyenrs longer, If possible,
on tame ter mi Payments always to be msde
week y P T B
This Mr Ilitohoook Is the confidential sgmt of Mr
Barnum Mr Hltohocok 'ookthe night train irom
Naw ork, arrived hen Saturday morning, and in
company with Col B t CI ley, a lawyer in ths
elty visited tht NUTT family, two mine south ol
the city proper, and made a ountrsct with Con mo
core NUT1 for three years, with the privilege of
tw.o more
While tbey were there making ihe baria n, tha
Fxprees Agcat for the telegraph came with the fol
lowing dlspatoh
Naw Yoax, Janaary 111162
Tu M-tUOB Room Nctt
Will glvtalxteen thousand dollars for Commodore
Ncri, for three years
Joke, Hows, Quick, k Co
This sudden demand from so many noted and ie
sponsible parties deeply affected Major NU11, tbe
lather, bat tbe Commodore bore bla honor lightly
and seemed de leh.ed with He proscct of an on
ward movement,' ol aohauct to how himself the
Napoleoaof ihe Llllpu'r.to tower far Mow TOM
THUMB and their by throw tbe latter In lbo
abide
Jealous TOM will feel badly when bs hears of tbe
Commodore at the Musium, or on his exhibitions In
Lit rope
The Commodore will appear at eveiy exh bit inn,
InGsmloand HentlmeutalSons Chart-oter Dances,
LeXt-aordleary Drum playing, &
OLD ADAMS' CALIFORNIA
PtrformlD? Bears,
Twelve eduoatad animals, who will perform tome
of the moat remaikable and grotesque leats Imagln
able
rilE GREAT MONSTElt.TIJK
Largest Carniveroug Animal
IN TUE WORLD,
Tht famous
Grizzly Bear Samson,
weighing 9,000 founds
ALSO, TUB WONDERFUL
Albino Family.
Father, Mother, and Son, all with long, White,
Silken, natr, Pink Eyes, aad other peculiar features
W.U HARRISON,
Lxtimpoianeout Oomlo Singer and Lecturer
TOOETIIER WITH TUE GREAT
American Circus & Equestrian School
The entire Gymnastic, Eo.ues.rlan, and Acrobatic
Company, with Eighty Honrti
LOUU.E 10UQNXARE,
J REYNOLDi,
DAN GARDNER,.
GEO DERXOUB, U UEMMINQ9,
WH KINCADE,
GEO MILL
M'LLE BELOU1N BREGY,
ELIZA GARDNER,
M'LLE OAMILLE,
Will appear for a few days, every
AftornooUAUd 30.lit
.JO .A, WT tj X X O 3KV
TUE COMXO MULES,
EVERY .AFTERNOON -VND NIGHT,
eft- a Brief Ariod
Tenth llreet st-wd IonlalAHS.. Aramvi
OOt IT

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