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MONDAY, OUTOBER 20, 1802.
NOTICE TO ADVEBTI9EB8. All transient
advertisements ratnt be paid for In advance,
and should be handed In before 9 o'olook, p. in.,
to ensure their appearanoe on the following
The advance made from Harper's Ferry to
Chat lostown, Instead of being, aa manytap
poteJ, preliminary to a general movement
ogamst the rebel forces, was only for recon
noitirlOR purposes, and our troops engaged In
It are again back to Bolivar Heights.
Our reported victory of the 1Mb, In Ken.
tucky, like that of the 11th, turns out to be an
entlie fabricitlon. Theft Us been no serious
flzbtlog since that cf the 8th, at Ferryvillr,
and Gens. Bragg and Kirby Smith appearato
be making good and safe p:ogrees out of Ken
tucky. The failure to " bg" them disappoints
nobody here. Blessed era thou who expect
nothiog, for they can never be disappointed.
The Klchmond Enquirer says that " the blt
terj and animosity existing between Ibe
Northtrn political parties Is dally Increasing
is iatetslty" a:d that "this state of thlcgs
alooe, without a conflict, muit obstruct eerl
ouily, If not absolutely deieat, any efficient
prosecution of the wt. "
It Is sot doubtlnl that the enemy take great
encouragement from cur divisions, acd that
they Kill bo still mote otjuraged when tbey
lern that the friends of an earnest and vigor
ous pr.tecutlOD of the rar have been outvoted
Is the gnat States cf Ollj, Icdlana and Pens
evlvacla. It only needs the election of Gov.
Sejmoar In New York, to fill tbi measure of
lion. F. P Blair, Jr., la a recent address to
the voters of the St. Lo.il district, says :
"lam opposed to regro brigades, and, to use
the language of 6enHtur Henderson, to those
peaceful warriors who clamor for negro bri
gades,' and also, wbo, like Itaebel weeplrg for
her children, 'refase tnr.cuonirflrted.hei'aiix.
tl-ey are not.' It is derogatory to the manhixd
of twenty millions of freemen to confess our
Inability to put down this rebellion without
can nx to our am inese setni Darnarou hordes,
and sboiking to everi manly instinct to turn
lure such an element to war on women and
Th Union losses In ll e battle of Perryvllle,
Kentucky, are, we regret to perceive, mncb
larger than stated In the first reports. la Ros-
seaa's division alone the total loss was up
wards cf 2,000, as follows : Killed, 465j wound
ed, 1,103; missing, 161; making a total of 2,089.
Included In these figures are about 70 com-,
The Nashville Union, of October 9, says that
the foraging operations rf the preceding fort
night had been very successful, aud that the
troops garrisoning Ibe cily were In no danger
of being starved.
A dispatch from St. Louis says :
" A general opinion begins to prevail here
that the rebel movemenu In the Southwest
tho rebels between SnrlnpflaM and Pnn a..k
The robels have played a successful came of
'Gen. Totten at BprlrgOeld, and Oen. Steele
at Helen, both reeel sari rn.,i. r .....
Union men from the luterlir of Arkansas, and
yet these reporu of rebel atreogtb at Cross
w.vTa uu uwfc lDa UJ U.UUV."
The orderlog up f.um Helena, Arkansas, to
Southeastern Missouri, of a division of troopa
uooer oieeie, is not believed at St. Louis to
have been called for by any sufficient neces
Tfli Grenida (Ubtiteippl) Appeal of October
9, indlcatee great alirm on account of the rebel
defeat at Corinth. It says that It will not an.
swer to rely upon aid liom the Confederate
Government, but that MiasUslppl must prepare
or ner own aioco by arming every man with
la her limits.
We publhh on tbe outtide a recent letter
frcio Panon Brovtnlow.upon millers connect'
ed with Las Te-acete acd East Tenness'ee
soldiers. ITe publish it, as wo did the late
Gen. Kearney's ' Iter to Mr Ilaltted, as a part
of too news ot tho clay. J'areou Brownlow'e
pecu laritles crt w 11 kaown, but with all pro
per aiiuwances io- ej exaggerations and x
cesi cf ardor, it is lime to consider if there Is
cot darker ol cosmtlog uur friends In East
Ttxctatee Into the bitten st enemies, by neglect
In Gen. Trentis-' speech here on Friday
evtniog, ue eaiu:
' He ould declare cveryabre, that tho proc.
.au..,u wuum, uu iT.rB loeoa irj'i rebellion,
than all the battles fought acd tlfcrts made
wua mat virtw.
The' llepirtinent of IhoTtnneaiwe." us new.
ly deflutU, and to tho command of which Gen.
Grant has been ignd, will include Cairo,
I'ouueury and run Ojnelson, Northern Mis,
elsMppi and tbe portions of Kentucky aud Ten
Deuo weat ol ihoTetinsce tiv r.
General Grant haa divided bis department
into four districts, as follows : 1. The District
of Curintb, commanded by Major General
o-ecruus. 2. The District of Jatkson, com.
niamled by Msjor General Ord. S. The Dis
trict of Memphis, commanded by Msjor Gene,
ral Shirmao. 4. The District of Columbus,
comaianueu oy uriradier General Qilmbv,
General Grant has Ox-d bis Leadfiuartere, fcr
ine preeent, at J season.
la a recent speech In Wisconsin, Senator
Doolittlosald that the bill for the emancipation
of lUves In the District of Columbia, would
havo been vetoed by the PreeMent.but for the
amendment appropilating oae hundred thou.
sand dollars for the colou'ziiiou cf euch of the
colored persons here as may chooie to emi
grate. Tbo Richmond Wldj, of October C, says :
"As an aot of Justice to General Toombs,
sgatont whom popular prejudice, m Geurg a,
w esouea in reianon to nia planting what was
called a Urge ootton crop last spring, we state
upontheamhorityof the Columbia aun, that
w.o w.-r .v, ,aQa uuaBisia oi uve uuoarea aores
01 cotton and e cht huru1rH ,n,. tt .nn h.
sides four bunared and flfty aorea of other
t,raiu-.iu an vuq luouhsna euot hundred and
If General Toombs vns denounced for nlaut-
lag about toe fourth of his laud with coltciu.
we may judge what the generul charajter of
agriculture. In tbe Gull Slates inuit have been
during the pastyear. It has been directed to
lood, and, as we noticed tho other day, corn is
now as cheap In Georgia as it Is In Illinois.
The food producing capacities of the South are
illimitable, aod It is cow, as a whole, vustiy bet
ter supplied with previsions than when this war
broke ont. It li not by starvation, bat by
lighting and bj depriving the rebel ol their
slaves, that the rebellion U to be put down. .
At the public li aware, there li a dfstribntlon
of rations from the Government ilorn at New
Orleans, to relieve the more extreme of the
cases o( destitution, arising from the effects of
the war npon that city. From the weekly
publication, for the week ending September
27th, of the particular of this charity, we get
the following statement of the nativity ol the
families relieved :
. Sana It.litll..
3 9Sf Siiaden. DeB. Greek.
ecs mart, Norway SI (Jo'ond .
, 67b Poringal., , s
I7.SWIM as Total..,
It will be eeen that the colored race U the
recipient of only one sixteenth of this charily,
and that six Irish receive relief where on ne-
There has been an amttlng amount of clamor
about the expense of supporting "idle negroes"
at New Orleans, and elsewhere at this South,
bat, we believe, it will be found that what
they have actually received Is very small com
pared with the distributions made to destitute
Tie attacks or the New York lltrald npon
the Secretary ol the Treasury originate here,
and In a quarter whloh Is known, and will, In
due time, bo exposed. We advise certain par
ties to rtmsmber the Spanish pi overb "io
cn'ir Is large enough to coter itself "
THE DKFAHTailllT OK TIIK THIS
RBISBB. The hope which we expressed a few day
since, that Gen. Grant would be assigned .to a
higher sphere of command, baa been already
realized by the creation for him of the Depart
ment of the Tennessee. If it hid been en
larged to tho dtmeuJone-of the Department ol
the West, as origloally given to Gen. Uolleck,
It would not have been beyond the pnhllo ap
precialiun'or the merits and fortune of Gen.
Grant. But what has been actually done Is
accepted as evidence of Ibe earnest desire of
tbe Preeident and Secretary of War to recog
nize properly the past services, and ability to
render lulure services, of a gallant and vic
It only remains to suggest Io 'the President
and his war minister, to bo on their guard
against the inceeeant Intrigues of that ramified
cab tl In tbe army, which is not more determ
ined to do nothing Itself, than fo hamper, crip
pie, and bold back every oBljer who is dis
pored to win battles for the country. It Is not
snBlcient that Gen. Grant has an Important
territorial command. He must have also the
men and means which are necessary to accom
plish tbe results which Will be expected from
hi) enterprise and genius.
We lera-nfrom an apparently reliable tonroe,
that while Gen. Grant has now a nominal force
of one hundred thousand men under his com
mand, be haa not available for an tflsnelve
movement more than one fourth of that num
ber This In not adequate, considering that It
la Gen. Grant's army alone which can he ex
expected, lor months, to aasail the colton
Slates In which this rebellion otiginated, and
which still constitute the seat ol Its most ma
It Is an the left bank of the Hlrslslppl, be
low Memphis, that is to be fonod the largest
Ami it is precise! tnefeTftat W upTrlment
may best be tried, of Ibe advance of an active
general, otTerlng liberty to every black man
who will leave rebel service for onr owo, as
decreed by Congress and proclaimed by the
Recent elections are most Impressive Is their
admonitions. Tbe three States of Pennsylva
nia, unto, and Indiana, which have been re-
contly menaced by Invasions, and have thus
been made to teallte, In a peculiar manner,
the want of vigor and succees in the conduct
of this war, are precisely those which have
exhibited results most unfavorable to the Ad
mlnjs'ratlon. If Gen. Grant had commanded
at the West, Instead cf Geo. Bnell, the Inso
lent rebel armies ot Brainr and Kirbv Smith
would have been annihilated long ago, and
the Congressional delegations eleoted from
Obio and Indiana would have been almost a
unit for the Union aod tbe war, instead of Being
apparently against both. ,
The be;retary ot War has always underetood
the conspirators In the army and elsewhere,
who have brought about the disasters in the
Oeld, which have caused, and were Intended te
cause, the recent untoward manifestations of
public opinion. If the President has been
slower Wi understand them, It ia because bis
charity la of tint character which covers a
mnltltnde of tins.
Ibe uxilo Kite-lion.
To the Sdxlorvflhe Republican!
The retult of the recent election in Ohio has
explcdedoneof manyelandersof the so called
"Conaert alive" preis or Hie country, to wit :
" That Republieans rtay at home, while Demo
crata go to the war." The reverse Is true : acd
it has bt-en demonstrated, by actual canvsss of
tho voters In sou.e of lbs Congteeslonal dis
tricts or Ohio, that four Republican to one
Democrat are in tbe Oeld. I am Informed, upon
what I consider entirely reliable authority,
that in Sam Cox's dislrlot the proportion ol
Republicans who have gone to the war la In
excess of the Democratlo element as two-and-a
half to one. In Gen. Garfield' district, tbe
proportion of Republican! Is In eioets of tbe
Democrat as nearly Jive to one. Hence, when
yon speak of Democratic jalrw, you give cur
rency to a substantial untruth ; tbe fact Is, tbe
Republicans are losers.
In Holmes connty (a stronghold of Democ
racy) and Medina connty (heretofore rtrongly
Republican) this disproportion of Democratic
and Republican voters is strikingly manifest.
Holmes formerly gave 800 Democratlo majori
ty; at tbe late election the gave nearly 1,8001
The total Democratlo vote It not so large as In
former years; but Holme baa nearly a regi
ment of voters lu tbe field, more than three
fourths cf whom are good Republicans. Me
dina county (in tie same Congressional dis
trict) ordinarily gives 1,200 aud 1,300 Repub
lican mtjority. She bae a rrgiajnt In tbe ser
vice. The Republican majority It this year
lees than 00, while tbe Democracy bold aW
most up to the lormer vote.
Wiauir.ciTO.N, Oct 18.
jjiir Commander Wm. Reynolds hat been
ordered to tbe command of tbe etoreshlp Ver
mont, at Port Royal.
Acting Volunteer Llenlenaot Wm. U. West
has been detached from same vessel and or
dered to return North,
Reoonnolasatice to Aldib.
QEN. BTA1IL DBIVE3 A FOROE OF THK
ENEMY THROUGH Ittuauuun
CAPTURE OF ABOUT 100 PBI40NER8.-
THE BEDELS RUNNING TRAINS TO BRIS-
TOW STATION. -
THEY CAPTUBE A SUPPLY TBAIN.
On Thursday, a force of North Carolina
cavalry captured, near New Market, a train of
- ... if-! it-L. .
uve wagons toauea wiin supplies, iuci wwo
being tent to Gen. Stahl, who left OnltevUla
on Wednesday on a reconaolaaanoe to:Aldie,
Mlddleburg, Ai. An effort was made by Gen.
Slahl to recaptnre the property, but without
The reconnolssance retornsd to.Oentrevllle
on Falnrdsy, with abont 100 prisoner!, taken
at different point along the. route.
The recosnolterlng foroe drove a party of
the enemy through Thoroughfare Gap on Thorp
The rebels are running cars loaded wltn
supplies to Brlstow Station.
Reported Usarrtctlmry Mro mils
iBfulpeper u Adjoislig Couties.
Seventeen Negroes Hung!
TOE COUNTRY ALABMED.
A nfugee, who recently came Into General
Sigel't headquarters, gives Information ot a
highly Important character. He escaped from
Amlsville, Culpeper connty, Virginia, and
states that the greatest consternation Imagina
ble exists among the while people of tk it whole
section of country, In conseqnence'of an appre
hended slave revolt. Seventeen negroes, most
ol them free, bad been arrested on suspicion
of being engaged In plotting the uprising ot
the entire colored popultllon. Copies of late
newspapers, which published President Lin
coln's emancipation proclamation, were found
In their possession. The fact that roch a pro
clamalton haa been made la well known among
all tbe negroes, and it produces the most start
ling effect. The terror of the whites Is beyond
description. Apprehensions of a re enactment
of the Nat Turner horrors are felt to an alarm
ing degree. The seventeen negroes were
promptly taken out, at Amlsville, and bung.
It Is said that the negroes of the different conn-
ties aronod Culpeper are all engaged In the
conspiracy for a general insurrection.
THE CtoNSORIPTION, 4 c.
We have Information from Fredericksburg
of a late date. The conscription law of the
Davis government Is being rigidly enforced.
Every man coming within range of Its opera
tion la forced Into the army. Borne have de
murred, and to these little mercy I shown, and
they are thrust Into jail at once. A parly con
lined In the jail at Fredericksburg, broke out
and the moat of them escaped. Some of these
have found their way to vile city, while other
went to Prince William connty. A rumor
were about to retake tbe olty. In anticipation
or such a movement, all the good and store
In the city were paoked Into car ready to
move South. The rebel say that while the
Union army occupied that elty, sheet sufficient
to keep np a supply for the whole Southern
army, pasaed through that city for Richmond.
All goods thns smuggled through the lines,
were turned over to the rebel government
The 1'eansjrlvaBla Bleetloa.
The later returns give 14 Union member of
Congress, out of 2t.
Tbe change for-tbe Union State tloket are
believed to be Ibe best.
Tbe Senate will stand as follow: Union
men elected, 7 ; ditto holding over, 12 total
19. Breckinridge men elected, t; holding
over, 10 total 14. In the House tbe Union
men have elected 48, and the opposition 62.
The following are tbe members of Congreet
elected. Tboe marked are reeleoted :
1. Samuel J. Randall,
2. Charles O'Neil,
3. Leonard Myers,
4. WBliamD. Kelly,
fi. M. Russell Thayer,
7. John M. Bromall.
8. 'Sydenham L Ancona,ByccklnrIdge.
v. inauoeu oievens, union.
10. Myer Stronae,
11. Philip Johnson,
12. Charles Danlioo,
13 Henry M. Tracy,
14. William IX Mll.er,
15. Jccepb Bailey,
10. A. II. Coffrotb.
17. Archibald McAll ster,
18. Jamas T. Hale.
19 Gleni W. Sohofleld,
20. Amos Myer',
21. William U. Stewart,
22. James KMourhad,
23 Thomas Williams,
24. 'John W. Wallace,
BtT Prize money amonntlng to nearly four
hundred thousand dollars baa recently been
ordered to be distributed In a number of esses.
Letters In relation to tbe matter should bo-addressed
to the Fourth Auditor of tbe Treasury,
Final decreet of condemnation have been
pasted In a laige nnmber or other cases, and
tbe courts are now engaged In adjutting the
costs. Tbe nett proceeds will shortly be ready
Arraiu at Wikcuutu A Union refugee
from Winchester writes thus to bis friend In
Tbe Union men were geoerally unmolested
In Winchester and vicinity. The destitution
of the rebel army Is most extreme, the Soldiers
begging from door to door, and refused bv
friend and foe. We annex tome prices current
lu Winchester: Calico. SI SO ner vard: mnslin.
fl; potatoes, 3at3, and scarce: apples, 1 2 per
uwini, uwmi, tu jot uui., uiaioueg, si per
uoa, win viuer wings iu proportion.
1 be IMrate Alabama.
PuiUDCuim.Oct 18. Capt Tillton. of the
barque Virginia, destroyed by tbe pirate
oeraiaee, um arnvcu uoine ana inrormea tne
New Bedford Mercury that Capt Semme was
very Independent, short, and quick In hi re
marks, looking on and treating hit prisoners
and crewi at dogt, Borne of tbe under oOoert
ol tbe Alabama were more sociable, and wished
themselves well ont of tbe scrape tbey had got
lour, -i ne Ataoama reit jaeraenneaa, ttogiand,
on a trial trip, and It oow uoder the direction
of the English, who are to furnish her with
supplies at tbe different Islands she It t? stop at
while the Is to coatinne to prey on onr commerce.
' BY TELEGBAPH.
From the Army of the Potomac
Return of Onr Foieti Io Bolivar Rclghti.
Hi.rxR'i Fautr, Oct. 17.-ToJay, at noon,
the force. that started from her on a repoa
notssance towards Winchester, and whom onr
last dispatches 1 en quietly encamped alCharlee
town, returned to Bolivar HelgnU, the objsot
of the expedition bavlng been roily, faithfully,
and successfully carried out , .,-
Itwu to tally, examine the topography or
the country bordering the turnpike,' to drive
back to their main body, any stray rebels that
were there located, and oifally to lean posi
tively the position, condition, and numbers of
the enemy. Durlug the morning It wee' lop
poeed by many thai our stay wae pensaseatj
and that the force then at Cnarleatown would
retain possession; bnt soon alter noon orders
were given, and the troops Immediately there
after were quietly and slowly moving neck to
the encampment at Bolivar Helghta, which
they reached without molestation or delay,
toon after four o'clock this afternoon, having
succeeded In admirably and completely accom
plishing all and note than they et,oat to do.
The force cent over Blacklord'e Ford trill re
TUE WAR M TBE BOETgWEST.
St. Locm. October 17. Advices received at
headquarter! state that General BohoOeld, with
the advance guard of hit army, haa left Case
vllle, moving southward, toward the Arkansas
The scoots tent forrd.hsd penetrated the
country as far a Crose"BolloVs,tut had been
driven back by the enemy, t r
From East Arkansas, Intelligence has been
received that a rebel feroe or abont seven
thonsandhaa been concentrated under MoBride,
General Car, In command at Helena, re
porta that Holme and Hiadman, with con
siderable fore, are on the west side of the
river, threatening to attack hlm,.th-lr object
being to do e before be oonld be relaforoed
General Care haa sufficient foroe to make his
Report Irem Paris, Monroe county, lay that
many boshehackers are surrendering, and
asking for mercy. They are Immediately
placed in ccannemens.
Tn Betreat of (he Hebels.
LomsTU-K, October 17. The Journal dis
credit all report cf a recent fight having
laKen plate at Big mil.
'A force of one hundred United State caval
rv entered and occupied Lexlnrrton todav,
General Bnurtr. with 40 000 men. wae at Crab
Orchard on TneAay. He Intends to camp a
tew mite oeiow mere, us i rapidly retreat-Ina-
toward Mount Vernon.
Kirby Smith wae going out of Kentucky on
tbe road to Manchester. Clar count v: thence
by the rold, whereon Bragg la retreating, to
wards uomoenana uap.
It la rotiorted that the mountaineer are fell.
Inz tree and otherwise blocking: no the roads
over which the rebels must pass In order to
leave tns Biate.
i i , -
Fiom New Mexico.
Massaer of Party of, Oeld Beaker at
tne asacas a-ase une or Tsira unrwea
at th Blake.
Kansas Ctrr. Oot 17. The Sinla Fe mall.
with datts to the 10th. hot arrived
Tbe Ginta e umtm, or tbe 4tb, rurnubei
tbe follonlng :
On the 8th of Julr last a nartv of nine men
started (rom Pame Alto mines, In Arizona, to
go to California.
When they arrived within two miles of tbe
Apache Para, and eighteen mile from the
mines, tbey were attacked by the Apache In
dian and all reordered. When the bodle
were found bvGen-Carleton' command, there
were evidence to satisfy them that one of ihe
victim bad Been burned at lb Hike.
place on tho 13th or Jntyland the remains
were round bnrled on Sunday, the 27th of the
same month. The Apache Pass Is the great
luutuvgaiaro mi uauioTnia, ana naa 10 DO gone
through by all person traveling- bv the sooth-
era route, in consequence of the water which
is to ne ooiainea mere.
General Carleton hat re-established a 'post
which commands the spring In this past, and
garrisoned It with a sufficient force to keep
the Indian from the water and make them
abandod the locality.
All was quiet along the route from Santa Fe.
The new.ecbedole from Kansas City to Santa
Fe 1 ten days, tbe mall matter leaving Kaneaa
Cltv on Frldavs. aod reaching Santa F n
Sin FniNOisoo, Oct. 16. Sailed, ship Wm
H. Ptetcott, for Liverpool, carrying 43,000
sacks ol wheat.
The mirkct are unusually quiet Jobbers
are running low In stooks, but.show Utile dis
position to replenish.
Mining etocks continue to decline at the
money market tightens. Tbe Ophlr silver mine
I quoted at $2,450 per loot
Legal tender notes are at 1C per cent, dis
count, there belDg raw In market. An Influx
was 'soon expected, when they will undoubted
ly decline, corresponding to tbe premium on
gold In New York.
Statn'Senator Baker waa released last nlirht.
by order of General Wright, he agreeing to re
fute tbe charge or using treasonable language,
ir allowed an opportunity to visit Tullare
Drafting In Boeton I he 'moo" to bt
Boston, 9ot IT, The Common Council hav
ing voted to raise Iho bounty offered volun
teers to 1200. druftlos! In Boston baa reeepil
a It it believed Ills iionnty will sburtly cause
uia quota- ui tue ouy to oe uueu;
The United States storeshiD Releaui arrlveil
at Fajal on the 15th ult. from Cadiz, and tailed
again on tbe same day on her return to notify
the United States gunbea' Tuscarora end
tuaraatre 01 the presence or the " 290."
Mala and Mew Hampshire lleelnienls
Dostou, Oct 18. Tha Twenty-third Maine
regiment, rrom roruana, leu nere this morn
ins. via Fall river, for New York.
the 1 Fourteenth New Ilampelre regiment
aieo iet nere rnia morning via tne Worcester
ana nejw Liouaoa route.
I New York.
James Ilnmphrey It Ihe Union and Moset F.
Odell the Democratic candidate In the Third
Edward Dodd baa been nominated for Con
gress in the ueusseiaer district Uo was a
member when General Banka waa Speaker, and
was one of the moat respected and .useful men
in the House.
Bibiu BrrazATDio raoat WikcmsTirL
Beport are constantly being received at Gen,
tigers headquarter that the rebels are faUIog
back from Winchester upon Staunton and Gor
dontvllle. The report are bronght In by
refugeci and deserter from tbe rebel army,
and are thought by officers of General Slgel'a
army to be correct
av- A dispatch from St Louis, October 13,
" Ibe wife of iq'.ex sscstslon Btata Senator
of this olty wa restrained to-day from ejeoting
a icuBDi ior unioniem, anu ine tenant pro
hibited from paying any, more rent until fur
thai. n-H-- '
Ureal Indignation I felt throughout the city
because of a rank treasonable demonstration
yesterday on tbe burial or one or l'r toe's staff
omoers, Kilted at Ibe Dattie onjnrloltwanl cu
rled with fashionable honors. The affair was
turned into a teoettlon gathering."
LATEST BY. TELEGRAPH.
Latest from' the. Boutkweit.
Price Preparlat; for Attack.
Citao. Oot 18. General Price haald to be
gathering large, number of troop at Holly
Springs, with vlsw of, attacking acme point
on ins MODiie anq utio rauroea.
UAnaiaauau. soi svr ruwen union won
greesmen, Indutlng Bailey In the Sixteenth
district, are no uoudi elected. .The Hlate
ticket la still In doubt, bnt apparently In favor
of the Democrat. The Hone will, In all pro
bablllty.i aland forty-sir Union to fllty-four
iMmoorai. me Donate, ivenvy union to
thirteen Democrat. II I (tneraUT conceded
there It a Democratic majority on Joint ballot
CtxomtaTi, Oct 19. The elecUyi return ot
the Ohio elections, slxlyslx counties, give a
Democratlo majority of eighteen thousand
Democratic gain fltty thousand. .The Demo
cratic mtlorltv la the State will be abont twelve
thousand. Tbe Congressional delegation stands,
fourteen Democrats and Ave Republican.
4aV Xtaeeale A'spselal eeaususleai Ion of Kew
Jttuealem Lodi Mo. , will bt held at Mesoels
lle.ll ea Tlltl itttnday) SVKNlflQ, tbe nh last.,
o-eieoa. io maie amaze vnu
vaatj te attoed tht
feaerel of brother Ketene Xlnnle.
sasifibsrs are rcaneitee to be nuaeteel la tbeur at
tindinoe. i i .
ruaeiai te tat piece Teesasy anarnooa, in mi
in.r.. at IK o'oiiwa. All at MtaoM In rvgilar
stsndlox are fraleraally lavltel
Br order oru iv. M.t ,
0 3-lf ( A. F. MOULDBH, Btt'j.
p OCPjCIlMITU WAHTKD.
OBe of Military Director aad
If Unary Dlreetor aad
Beot. ttallroas, U. ., ,
fitxeoodOoiniernltliiwaaud. Analw at the of
nee tr jsiuurv uireuter ana Baptrutei
Btllr.tda, V. 8 , 340. 0 street, i ,
oo to t
Tnnmrsianatt) mivjiiK wuvc
S the Depot of tbe Baltimore Ohio BaOread
Corapany, by a QoodTenaat, who will take flced
oareoi iaeiaraiiBre,ew. aveureee
B W. EOMOMBaV
Fastrager Agrat B. ao.
1I7AHTKU At the Sew Tot BaploTsm
iv avniKT umoejjio en ainu etreei, near ra
aventaWEIITy-TISBltt) WHITS aad COL-
VHE.V UUL9, wiu good leiennees, as voea
Cbambermalds. Laandrease. WaltreaMS.- Harass
and Beamstrvese. Alio young Colored If ea to wall
on tables la PrrraU ramUlas er Ilotsls. Also waat
ed bousce isameeiateiv , wltn or witnoet iranirars
Kmptoyers ta want of good help, will find It to tbeb
advantage to oalL
nylJif , H. H. aflLLlB.
ixr Aaairxswoii uuh arACTOBT.
WANTKD U fetoalaa to laara ta saake aktrta
A penoa sen, la a short time, make, nc week, tntt
H.ee (1 aaa H
J.' B. WILSON. Ka. 22? PemuvlYinla avenns.
bat last reoclved, by express, tee Unset lot or Ua
tiwba grapes ever brought to tnls market Com.
ana sea mria. vpen lor tale inu menuBg.
v, - .
T) AKB C(IANCB. ATTENTION YOUrtO
AlalEN wanting to cone West I AtUatloaUoveni.
meet KmplojMS I WANTED TO EICHaHQE-
aperaanoBintaatioass clerk la a large esuDiisa
ment ddng battacsaforGcverniaent.wh'Meetap oy-
tei are legally exempted from draft,dBriag tbe war.
leal iguif,aiua?Bn. air salary sbu oppanuuij
to leara'ths bruineas la whloh large forlateaaie
Tali situation will be alven to a tellable nersoa la
exobange for a eirastum la eons baubsts beats
Weebiogtoa or employment BBder OoremaatBt.
AuureM, iu met, -r r w- dim ..ovt ,
ce-so lwe Bt. Loais, Mi
FINE GROCERIES, -
AT AUCTION PJUCEg,
AT AUCTION PE1CES,
. AT AUCTION PBICE8.
Tbe balance of the cargo cf the
Coasutlag of every dseorlpttoa of
Will be 'for sale antll the Schooner Is discharged.
la need of a Winter Supply, at tbe
Can bs supplied by the Packsgs.
FRED. S.COZZ ENS,
Contlgnss, cor. Ilth street and Penn. avs.
Schooner "Aid," foot of 11th rtreet.
MA II U O D
HOW LOST I I10W BESTOBEB
uHPitUiliid,UiauUdamlof. Piiei aim Ctnlx
A LECTURE ON TUE NATURE, TBE AT.
mpniiBaii a(M,i vuiv ui Dwiu,.ivnaw.V dthi
leal Weakness, Involuntary EmltsioTis, nsaoal Pe
bllliy, and lapedtmenta to Marriage generally;
HerToamees, ConsBmpdoa,Epllspry end Fits; Men
tal tnd Fnyiioal Incapacity, reenitlng from Sell
ol uu una awoeLao-
' A Boom tat Taoaaastas or BwsrerereV
Sent under teal, In a plain envelope,to any address,
eoat raul, on receipt of six oeate. or two
.uu, or iwu iiwieqe
sumps, by iir. uu,
1XT Bowery, New York,
Poet Olioe Box, 481.
aag T Jtmlldaw
PROPOSALS rOB PAPBa.
BvmA tfrrorutoiu aniCltHoig,
R,,tamhF 22- lMilL
FROP03AI 8 (sealed and endorsed " FropoasU
for Peper") wbl be recalled at itue Bnreaa ntril
noon on lue euut aa ui touiucr umi, jur piiriun
leg and delivering at the Nevy Yard at Brooklyn,
Mew Yotk.fhrtehandred leameof Dtoer. with the
ptlvilege ol iBcreaeing tbe quantity jkyine rhonad
The ptper to iMwblte, ltX Inches by 1M Inotm,
to wdgu 18 pounds to the ream, and made of linen
s'Ock; io be ttop ruled, leaving one Inch margin on
each page, back and iron!; to be ruled, 21 lines oo
eaart nive.wlth one inch martin at too and bottom
Sample of quality and else of the paper may be
neen at the office of the Iaspeettr In cberge al the
Navy Yard in Gherleetowa, ataeeaehasette; Brook,
lyn, Nkw York; Philadelphia, Feansvlvanlai aud
at mis nareau. y nw.w
rpUOMAB . LLOYD.
x Attorney for Claimant,
Aim aoknt ron rnoooitnio
Bouty Undi. Pentfoni. Arran
of Fay, Eilra Fay, te,
VTASISriVffTOaV, D. O,,
Will gift Prompt and emolent attention to tat
ttraeeeuuon of Clelau of every detcrlpao agaltat
tae.UQVrameat,ana maae no saarge nueee eae
HoihWimuts aad caarMi for services will bt made
tg- Pennons secured for eaKUert wonnaea or ais
-1 durinv the exleiin war: aleo. for the widow.
-" r : " - .-it .7.- -.:. - ..
n-HUkl-u Inr.nrred while In the United Slatee eer
and or nans oraoioMrs wno neve oicu irvm wvanoi
vioej aio, Bomtt JeVv (or the heirs at-law of aeldlen
Fees dlelded wlthauomeye or other persona lor
Tbehlghtst. yriots paid for Lead Ofarrants
tBokas E. LLOTD,
, , Attorntyfor Oainantl,
., No, 4T6. hetenlh street.
n. h. ICdltora af naoera unbliehlnx the above oar
will be eatlUed to my sanlces to tbe amount oi their
DARxf. OW OOMMKUCtC, OttO'TOWW-
XJ -iror tne ooavsaienoe 01 tne noioers ia uus ex.
aotee of the above, Bank will be redeemed at oei
counter, la United Stetee Tretnry Noras, ot I
Cremorae 6arden Circus!
OKntrVr BTJOOESB ' "',
. PERMANENT lUPlIITIlKATIlE.
lbiisyWateilai AvTiaid leVeatb'ltreet.
MONDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT,
- -A4 every AAtreoaeaAXMalag...
Bvery Afttrnmon and Kvtning
avrcry tcrneot ana mitenmr
' TOE REOULA "
OREMORNK EQUE8THIAN TROUPE
f AND, TUB --.'-
SPANISH BALLET OOMPANV
Will eppsar1, their streagtb aigntatid, aad their
attnetJoat laertaast by aa t agagsmtat wtta the
woixb anowKio bibc-bicx iibib
. EATON STONE.
The Mknewltdged best Ilorsstua who bat aver
I entered the Area "
VTne Xaaagsmiat hu also engaged
THOSE MDIIATOBE MEN, ' t
.BAMSONS IN INTELLECT I
COMMODORE FOOT" "
Aad alt little eeatpaaloa , i t
Who win dally glvs their '
DELIQI1TFUL DBAWIRO-ROOU aNTttB
Convertatlont In different Languages,
Pose Platllqne, and
fiOTH UFTEKNtyN AND NIGHT.
& Way to Test ReUUie Mtriki
ADD TQ TBI 1 USD OF THE
SOLDIERS AID A8B0ifr4?iON.
TaaaBdaribraed. aeelnaa card tlaatd P. T. Bar-
mat, Manager ol "Stream's Show," ao , ia wbleh
aa states tilt ne.nai the
BMALLEST DWABF IN TOE WOBLD,
begs leave to Uses tbt following eoadltloas of a chal
lenge, to lt : '
L.Te place Cscamxior Katt aad Commodort
Foot together pa a platform, I som rqrwteMe
twUlBjOi Uii eiiy, aad let Uu pabUo dettrmtae wbo
stht neallv of ta two.
3. Te allow a Committee, eberea by Mr, Baraafls
aau myttlr, aad an Umpire to he appointed by tbe
Comadrtee, to eater Into ooamiatlon with botb
Dwaraioa ordiaarr sahjsste, poUttoi, geography,
military tattlers, wori of art, lorciga laagaaf es,
Ira., and thsn dstermlat tbt tamparatlrr msntal
pawen ot tun.
t. To 'allow both Dwarfs togirs specimens of their
performanetoihow tha extent or their artlstlo
, To allow tns pnoieds or the Eahibltton.to go
to tbt fund of tbt Soldiers' Aid Booiery.
a. To show me aatnestie yeirnry rtnr&t or both so
that their ages eta bs aaralitaratty dttermlncd
The above stlpalatioas I have drswn from a letter
previously sent by mi to Mr. P. T. Baranm, bat
which he has not answored. Peraapi It dld.not
rtaeh bias, to I publhh thi abova la order that he
aad the pabllaiaotl see them, andla ttiehspeof bis
accepting my proposition.
JAUE3 M. NIXON,
Prsprlstcr Cremorne Garden Cfroas
DR. JAME3 L. THAYER.
THE IIIJ1I. X.jlDir RMOEH8,
BOTH AFTERNOON AND MUST.
Doors open at 1 aad e V o'eloek, Fsr'o,-aaaot
I will oomraeaoe at a aad IK e'eiccx.
Beleoay Seats , It Ceatt.
I Dl Circle , to "
I Social Raagt .. ,...M.....t "
Baleosv Seats and Drees Clrols placet ean bs se-
eend dariig the day without extra eharge. . ootlt
APFMOATIOM for DltM.U IiAMd
aSppUcftOon hTtaaf bMa BtUfasdrthBV0to(tar
iui, ltao, for Um rtlini of uu Uad Wimnu dt
nrib4 hartltf, wbfeh x iaig4 to hT. beta lew
or dttroyd. .otto U htnbv (Ira Uitvt. it tht d.u
foUowlu ttw dttaripUon of ttvoh wtrrtnt, n
wnlatota of likt Unor will bo bfud, If mtU4 ob
tootiOB iboald tbtn ppc,
No.0TTM,ror UOMm. (te. of UU robrain
1MT.) la Urorof Kdmrd Utrtla,of Cipt. BrawnN
ooupaBT. batUUon of Mormon TttniitMn. L Uw
wr Kith Miioo-OotoUr II. IMS
No lOo.TM.iorlOOuni.lMaed under tho s-otoj
March, 1W5, in 'tlie nm of A,bltaU Jot, fonam
wt'tow ot Cbrlatopher Uruit. and wm mo tod Muck
No.lOrOiT.iorKw acrei, lnoed under tho not a
March, l&ftft. In the name of Amoi Barrett, and wat
granted Mar 10, lUS-Oototer 11, 180 J.
No To.431, for 160 aerre, i-oned under the aot o
March, 1IU, In the name'of John Bonjamln.andwa
friaud Doember li, 18H Oolober 11 Wit,
No. to.B.9, for 130 aorti, tamed under tho aotoi
Marob,lkU,ln tbo uamt orZalmon Uandall.anf
wm crantcd May 8, IMft Ootober SI, IMS.
No eoJBS.for loo aorei, lsined under the act ol
Heron, lttft, in tho name ol Raobel, widow ol
ThomM Ueiedith, acd wm iranted Match 3, 160
Deoembcr 0 J K03.
No. 81,700, for 120 acre i, liraad under tho not of
llirch,l5,ln the Dime of Arnold llarrloRton,
- wm grantod September 17,181T Janaary 4,
JOaBPU H BASHiri,
PROPOSALS FOR F1RK PLUGS.
Aee.iiiiT QOatsTiaxAiTia'a Oinca,
Comer O and Twenty -teoond tU
TITaiatilaevln.. I iS dl.t art 1
eoona u .
SnikD FaoroiaiLt vllf be recelveaatthuoffleo
Manna n vtwuaa, eta , uamiuaf , wt'UWt f at '. svoat, iur
Mrfierrnlni the work and furalhlnc inaUilale for
tbe reet.uo. and plaoldf In working uroer of FIttK
until i2 o'clock
rvuuo in yuaruraQeUiera eiorenoueci, on u
itreet, seer Twent aeoond, a"d at ihelllackamlth
atop on V itreet, near Twenty flnt
, The Flie Plain will be farnUbed to tho contractor
by the Qnartermaiter'1 Department
Tho bid matt etato tbe prioe lor pnformlsf tho
labor and the price per fooi of boea, and other ma
Thevodgnifaedreeerrri to blmielf the rliht to
rejejt auy t Id which my to deemed unrt-onable.
jfroDmala from disloyal pirtlei will not be cousld
tred. Anoith of ailejrlmce to the U S. Qorern
Bwnt nut aooonpaar each propoelilon.
Tho ability or the bidder to fill the o joiraor. ih laid
it b awarded to hlmj mu.t be guaranteed by two
rupooelble ptreom, noe tlfcaute are io e ap-
jftnucu iu me Riitrea(cv
Iho reponTtjility ot the guat anion mutt be
ehown or iho official eertlfioate of ihe Clerk of the
neatoit p'etilot Court or ol the United BtatMDii
Bidden muit bo pneeut In rron when tho bill
at opeaed or the propoeale will not be considered.
The fall name and poet oUloe add km or tho bidder
muet appear la the propowa).
Ifabrdlimedelnthe nametf a Hrm tbe nantei
of all the parti l muet ' appear, or the bid will be
oowlderea m tbe lodlrtdnal proposal of the parte er
BoBdilnthefumof one thouaand dollars, ilf ned
bytbeoontraoioracdboth or hie guaranton, will
be required of the uooeieful bidder upon elgnluc the
Informal dtodouIi will be reitcted.
PtopoeaUmatteadd,ened to Capt J J. Dana,
Atel'taal Qunrterma tor, U. S Army, Wublngtoa,
D. O , aud ihould bo JPalolT nuked " Proposali
ior ine erenuon ot rue nugie"
Form of Guarantee,
VTt, , of tho county of -and Stale of
.ana- .ottneoouDtTor- .andHiateor
do hereby guaranty that li able t- fulfil the
eoutraot in accordance with the tern a of hu propo
eltion, and that, eluuld bla rropoel loo be accepted,
newmniODoe enter into a oomraoi id aoociaaDoe
therewith Hhould the oon tract bo awarded to bin
a Bra tirnDartd to become hii anretleti.
To thii guarantee mutt bo appended t bt oertlflaate
For further Information, apply at thli office.
'j. J DANA,
Capt. and An't Qaartermmer
- U. S. Army,
cot SO dtd llu,. & Star
Of Mo. il, corner or Kightt. mnd E iU
CddoiIio the Cent nl Poet Offlot.
-. v. ivinnnlttd on RDEUMATIO AFFCO.
TIONB, CONSUMPTION, LIVKR OOU-
PLAINTM, CHUOHiu AftjuuiiuaB.aiwe.iM
all uueieeeof lmprudenoe.of whaterer character,
and which may be declared mourable by other phy
llolaai 11 enjragte to make an Immediate oure.
From hU lengthy practice In tho icienoo of mtdj
olne, he U enaWt d to crer hltrirtlf to the publlo u
being the only one in v eiamgioD oapaoie oi anoni'
lag epeedy relief. All oaeea curable will be guaran
tuA n narrinti a euro without the dm of ner.
oury or any other dangerous inedlolne. Keoentoaeea
ouied In two or throe daye i
N B. ltteiiaddremdtoDr. F.,athUcfflce,Ho.
S1, corner of KJgbth aud ftreete.oppoeite Gen
eral eTOe UalaO, WUI IBlf J lUIJaall aHBalUVBi
C IB O U S ,
UfA. , AND .
MAMMOTH amphitheatre. .
EVERY, AFTEBNOO.AND KIGUT.
EVERY AFTERNOON AND MIGHT.
t, e . - t '-'" '.'.
Louisiana Avtnnt aid Ttath Itreet,
toxisiaiia Avenao aad Tsnth Street,
. Near tbe SmtUuonlan InttltnU.
i. i ' r'
Nwrcl lArchaieal AeoblitUB,
WITUOUT A PABALLELIn the ntSTOBY OP
A LlVIrfO, MOVINO, SfKAKINq FICTUBE
M I "h '
QLOBIOUS SPOBTS OF TUE ANOIEMTB.
-1 j --
An Einibition f FabuloExptn'ul '
IMatENBK, EVFOBT to PLEASE THEPUBLIC.
' - f ''
" -1' i 1 i
'Compotei otttie Imaorlaat f.ateres from the lol
lowlBg well known, dletlaet ablbltloasi
BarBBra a Ametlsaa alaseam 1
Boiloa AqBarltl Uardeul
Loadon Koyal Arapbltheatret
Boytl Olrqne, Parlel " ,
TijOldAiUBM'Peltl'ornle Menagerie I r'
Rtnitdj Morsi tnd Popilir iih'fbitioii!
Met aa drdlaary Ctreas I MoTalgar Daaeest
Has the noaor of iDfornbur the1
publlo that, belog Bnebto to ao
0 ramodita the pablll who
might be expected io attend this
OMEAT BOVELTr OKTUK
AOK.Ia any Hall In this ally,'
has "made arrangemente wlrli
aardnerdsHoaanalati'e Bejaieate'ss acsel,
I and will exhibit nader their
.. MAMMOTH WATEB PROOF CAK.O?T,
Quaraatted to poestss'.if jiot lb besaty cT adore
meat, at least evnfcrt and coBicftyof ars-daii Uuatri ,
ead will appear there t)
(.LemlsleBSt AVeame and Tenth llreet j '
EVEBT APTKRHOON AKD IVEH ISO,
' - FOB A FEW DATS,
Hoit Fitraordinary Pigmy ot llu Centqrr,
Gen. Tom Thumb,
Tho groat hero ol all aUlUputiaae for tbo pact oantu-
ry, haTlng rliiui all parte of tha olTiUwd
globe, aid boon waited upon by all tlje
crowned heada ol Europe, the dlitla
gtUhod penonigti of Aaer'ca. and
more than ilxtecn nlllloiti of
people. All tha preeen'a ta
celred by bine, lu the
put twelm yean,
Tiluad at alxty
v three tboa-
te placed on eililblllon ery alUrnoen aud Bight
R V. AH ST
-Hav as XK aev t3
TWELVE EDUCATED ANIMALS,
Who will perform tome of tbe moet remarkabla aod
grateique rvte Imaglaable.
TDE ORE AT HORSTEB.THE
Largest Carnivorous Animal
IN TBK WORLD,
Grizzly Bear Samson, .
weighing ,,000 touads.
Falker, llotbtr, suit
Sod, all vllh long,
Whits, Silken, llelr,
rink Kyis, and other pcoaliar fssturei,
W. II. HARRISON,
Eattmparaneoiii Goml Blagsr aad Lecturer.
TOGETHER WITH THE ORE1T
American Circus & Equestrian School.
Tbt entire OyranaAlo, Eo,rusiriia, and Acrobatic
Compear, with Eighty Bones.
, LOTJltE IOUNIAIIE,
GEO. DEBIOI1S, U. UEUUINaS,
U'LLH HELOVIN UREOY,
, M'LLK OAHILLE,
Will appear for a few days, every
.aA-ftoarxxooxa. AxacS. SXTlsatxi-
TUB COHIO MULES, .
EVEEV AFTERNOON AND NIGHT,
lor a BrUfrmvi.
Tenth Street aad Loalalaaa Areaae.
air Admlidoi, 2i cents. Dreis Circle, 6) ointi
O L-KT DOB