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F 11 0 M THE i'JIO A T.
THE A K M Y P It 0 0 It E B 8 I N G ,
r I n l lb NEW YORK.
FROM GENERAL SiaEL'S COMMAND.
L-ATK IVK1VB FHOM KKNTIK'IO.
m:vb rnoM noutii uahouna.
FHOM KOUTUKHS MONUOK.
IMPORTANT FltOM KUHOPK
TKHHIBLK Hir.AM!lOAT IHSASTKR
THE C O H (J O It A N I. K J 1 O N
Attnols. on JSTawli-cillo.
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LATEST FllOM TIIK FUUNT.
Corren)KiiKlrncifif the Aaaoclated Trrvi
IlEApjuAitTEH9, Anur or Tim Potomac
Waukknton, Nov. 9, 1803.
General ITcasauton, ) esterday, In a skirmish
with General Btcwart, nnr Utile Washlugton,
captured ttirco pieces of artillery; also, acap
tali). lieutenant, and five private. No loss on
our dido has been reporteil.
General Ba)ardcstcrday occupied and lion
holds tlio railroad bridge across the Bippahan
nock. Tho bridge Is not Injured. Ilio bridge
across Broad Itun has Iwcn destroyed. Thcro
la nothing new up to this writing (five o'clock)
from the front, at tho lEappahaunock.
Tlio weather Is clear and cold.
rikr nml Ijoh uf Life.
New York, Nov. U. Tho Komau Catholic
Orphan As)Ium for bo)B, on Bedford avenue,
Brooklyn, was totally destroyed by Arc, at two
o'clock ibis morn In p. There were SMS bojs In
the Institution, and they were nearly all rescued
Only two are. known to have perished. All ex
ceptlng SO were taken to tho girls asylum nnd
Congress Asj luiu.aud tlio remainder, It Is hoped,
Into private houses In tho neighborhood. But
for tho services of firemen and citizens, there
mum have Wen a terrible calamlt).
LATEST FUOtt KKMTUCIO.
Cixcixxati, Nov. H. A special dispatch to
the VutnmrrcMl says that on Wednesday night
a battalion of Col. Shackelford's Ughth Ken
tuck cavalry was attacked h) a large force, of
guerillas, under Col. Fowler, on Pond river,
seven miles from Madlsomlltc, Kculuck).
1 he attack was promptly met, and tho rebels
compelled to retire with a loss of eight killed,
Including Col. Fowler, and a largo number of
wounded and prisoners.
reel Corp at Culpeper A Uftttle
Anticipate.! hi that doll) .
Uuthe Dth lust.. Col. Wyndham advanced
with his cavalry brigade, and two pieces or ar
tillery beyond New Ball 1 more, driving In tlio
rebel pickets thlssldoof Warrcntou. Establish
ing himself on a hill about a mile boy on d New
Baltimore, ho posted pickets within a mile- of
Warrcntou. lids afternoon thu reikis drove
back our pickets and advanced on Col. Wynd
hamB main bod. Our two pieces of artillery
were udv autagcously posted ou a hill com maud
ing tho Warrenton turnpike, by which tho ene
my were advancing.
About half a mile- from us wasanopenlug In
tho wood where wo first discerned tho rebels In
chase of our pickets, and where wewciccuabled
to open upou them our artillery. Thu enemy
advanced In solid column, evidently not sus
cctlng tho presence of our largo guns, und pro
burning that they had ouly the eavalr force to
e ontend with, which they met v esterday. They
tame on at a tearing rate, yelling vocfferouRl,
until they Jiad passed thu opening lu tho wood,
when our retreating pickets turned to onu side,
und our artillery opeucd with canister upou thu
retreating Confederates, ev Identiy doing no lit
tle havoc lu their rauks. The then lied pre
cipitate.. Captain Flint, of thu First Vermont cavatr,
was in command of tho picket guard In front
of Warrenton. IIo lost four men vvouudeil,
und several aro reported mining, The loss of
tho rebels Is not known.
From the From.
(Uinsville. Nov. H A deserter fiom tho
lebelurni) states that Lougetrcet'a eoip8,U5,lXX)
vtroug, Is at Culpeper.
From tho fact that strong earthworks are lw
Ing thrown up across tho Rappahounock, at
Uappuunock station, tho lufercueo may be drawn
that a battle Is antic ipated in thev Iclnlt of Cut
lepcr. ttcuuta returned from r reilcrleksburg uport
ImiuI eighty cavalry at that place.
Tw o men belonging to thu I InU Irglnla cov -ulry,
C. B. A., were captured near Dumfries.
Tho remaining reikis madoa liurrled retreat
trout Warreutou yestcrda), ou thu approach
of Gen, Keynolds forces, who took possession
of thu town without firing a gun. The advance
of c av airy and tho driving lu of our pickets, oc
c urrlug tho day before, w as onl to rov er their
withdrawal, which had already commenced
IHFOIITANT FUOM N. C.AUOI.INA.
Three TIiouaavi.il Ilebels at 1M mouth
Hurt-omitled Tliey Surrender U n con til
t Ion all)' FoitrfM Mouroc Aflalr.it
tj eclil Correspondence of the Phils. Inquirer
Fortress Moniioe, Nov. 0, lbOJ.
Thuguuboal Delaware, Cupt. roster, arrived
here la tt night from Nowbcrn, N. C.
(leu. Foster had left Newbcrn with minu thir
teen thousand men, and had gone to Plymouth,
uud. w 1th about elirht thousand men. surround
ed some thrco thousand rebels, about one half
i wiiom wire cuvairy. mo "reus" wished to
uiuko terms, but tieu. Foster was obdurate, and
demanded an unconditional surrender, and
the, finding they could not do belter, )iclded
with a good grace
Our letter fiom Fortress Mourou mukca no
mention of tho capture of i ebcls re ported ubov c,
uud wo doubt tho reliability ol tho account.
U iltlmore American
From Fortiei Monroe
roiiTitEHS MoMtOE, Nov. 7. Ihu steamship
D. ii.Dpauiuing arnveu iictoiiiis morning, Horn
Aloxaudrla, with tho Tw euty-sc coud Mulue I egl
iiietil. Iho Baltimore boat arrived this morning at
hull past U o'clock, Bho brought d7 rebel pi is
4ntra from rort Mcllenr to bo scut up on thu
next uag oi irueu,
A Bevero uoitheast stoim with sleet uud suow
has been ruglng hero slucu last evening.
Owlugto the Btorm. tho mall boat from Voik
town has not arrived to-da). Bo fur wo havu
heard o uo disasters, but fiom tho eeverll) ot
in btoun opprehenelons nro entertained
AUIltVAL OF TIIK SCOTIA.
Inl Lj onsm PatMnjrtr SeusatloB Stories
New York. Nov. 8. Tho steamer Scotia has
arrived, with advices from Llveroool to Octo-
Lord Lvons returns bv tho Scotia.
Tho steamer Gladiator had arrived at Liver.
pool from Bermuda. She broueht sundrv re
ports as to the hostile intentions of Com. Wilkes,
ono statement going so far as to lay that he
blockaded tho port and refused to withdraw his
snips ai cuo request oi mo uovcrnor. sent
boat to tho Gladiator, and ordered the captain
to cro on loard his vessel, which the caul sin
refused, being, at tho time, under protection of
uie urn i sii man-oi war, wmen ran out ncr guns
ready for action. Tho Gladiator was then al
lowed to proceed. Tlio matter attracts atten
tion in England, and It Is said that orders will
bo Issued for tho Ira media to reinforcement of
tho West India squadron.
The cabinet council which had been sum
moned did not sit, and the Army and Kami Oa
utu Infers that Lord Lvons returns to wash.
tngton without an v Instructions for a change of
poucy, except sucu as may bo necessitated by
Kir. Cobden advocates the abolition of com.
mcrclal blockades, and tho sclzuro of private
eiruptny at sea.
Tho gales ou tho English and French coasts
nau suiisMcu. 'i no total losses to BhlmMnir re.
suiting has been enormous. Tho galo also did
great damage In France.
A duel had taken place between M. Dillon,
editor of Lo Sport, and tho Duku do Clramont
uaueroussc, id wnicn mo lormer was killed.
A revolution has been Inaugurated In West
ern Greece, and tho revolted towns haveonran-
l7.ed a Provisional Government. Troops are
i wn.R scut 10 mo sccno oi insurrection. East
ern Grecco remains tranquil.
The Lotulon Herald thinks that tlio neutrality.
on which tho Government prides itself, lathe
Kii-un-Bi, iTuvuy tu uoiu panics,
Tho Dally bew points out that the speeches
of numerous members of Parliament, recently
delivered, Indicate that Mr. Gladstonohas made
out lew proselytes, among Intelligent members,
to tho Confederate cause.
Mr. Gladstone has Issued another exblana-
tlou of his recent remarks. IIo holds himself
fully responsible for what lie said as to the
lorraauon oi mo southern nation, but not re
sponsible for Inferences w hlch hav o been drawn,
Numbers of tho members of Parliament hav e
been addressing public meetings. All refer to
America, but generally refrain from urging tho
recognition oi cue ooutn.
Liverpool, Oct. i. Cotton has u down
ward tendenc Hour Is Bteud, but firm. Pro
visions are flat and heavj .
Consols closo at ii3tU.
TliankigUluff Da)-In Missouri Terrible
8t. Lous, Novcmlr 7. Governor (Iambic
has appointed Thursday, November 27, as a
day of thanksgiving,
Tho caso of Judge Lackland, recently arrest-
ed for encouraging tho rclM.ll Ion and opposition
to tho Government In Its prosecution of tho
war, has been referred to MaJ. Gen. Curtis,
w lioso decision has not ct transpired.
About ten o'clock esterday morning, when
ten miles above St. Gcncvlev o, tho steamer J.
II. Dickey exploded ono of her tollers, killing
several and wounding others of her passengers
and crow Iho passengers wcro awakened by
a violent shock, and, rushing from their rooms,
found thai tho toat had run against tho Illinois
bank, and lay fastened lu Iho mud.
In alwut fifteen minutes, while the passen
gers wcro Btill wandering about tho cabin, not
ct recovered from tho first alarm, another
terrible shock shook the wholo boat, and tho
lorwaru camu was instant. lined with scald
ing steam, which numbers Inhaled, and fell dy
ing upon tho floor, while tho passengers, among
whom weroscvcralladlcs.rushcd.il) a vanlc.
to tho stern. Another horror was added to tho
calamity by a II ro breaking out in tho state
rooms, and through the floor above tho lolUrs,
communicated from the furnaces.
After long and earnest exertions, tho lire was
conquered, and all unite In bearing praUo to
Captjlu Mussclinaii for his brov crj and judg
ment, Tho causo of thu explosion remains un
certain, the engineer stating It to have been oc
casioned b tho Bhock ou striking tho shore
damaglug tlio boiler, whllo others maintain that
the latter was old and defective.
Tho pilot states that tho steamer went ashore
from tho signal to back hclmr misunderstood
as ono to go ahead. Among tho killed Is Lieu
tenant T. Dodge, Sixth United States cavalrv,
of Philadelphia. Henry Walen, tho clerk, Is
dangerous) scalded. Bevel al jiersotift ure
known to hav o been blown ovcrltoard, ami oth
ers jumped Into the river and wero drowned.
At H oVIork tho next morning, the Bteauur
waruer camo uloiur and brouirhl tho Dickiv..
pHHscugirs und crew lo this ell
The Corcoran l.egloii Tto Krw HegU
meiitflbe nttilril Intleti. torroi ait's Com
New Voitk. Nov. 8 IhoCoieoraii Iiish Le-
glou, which was ordered tolakults departure
jestcrday for iortress Monroe, was prevented
irom emnarKing iy mo wcuiucri imt tlio four
steamers appotulcd to convey tho Legion to Its
destination wcrooruereu lo positively sal to-
da with tho men on board. Tlio vessels pro
ceeded to SUteu Iblaud, and thu volunteers em-
nariccd mis aiiernoon.
Tho consolidation which was arranged for a
few da) s ago will not be completely carried Into
ellect until tho urrlval at Fortress Monroe,
hv en then tho officers bono that It w 111 bo av old-
cd, and that by adding some recruits tho organ
izations of tho six regiments may bo preserved,
w 1th tho consent of tho Stato authorities, w hlch
has, however, not jet been obtained.
Tho two regiments ouo organized lu Massa
c husetts and tlio other In Iowa both command
ed by representatives from tho great "O'Brien"
family, are to bo added to tho legion at Us cump
at Fortress Mouroe, Tho Tenth Now Hamp
shire uud tho Ono hundred and sixteenth Peuu
Slv aula regiments (originally raised for this
command) will, tl Is thought, ho coutiuued lu
other service to w hlch llicy have beeu assigned.
UFOlKu ATTACK ON NASHVILLE.
They are Driven oir After a Ileal)' Ilom
Lolisville. Nov, 7. Tho rebel forco threat
eulii ' Nashville has been much cxairir crated.
John C. Breckinridge Is below MurlreeBboro
with only j,ouu men. Bill's division Is within
supporting distance of Nashville. Tho report
ed movement of rebel troops from Chattanooira
toward Murfreesboro Is totally faUc, there be
ing no imago across mo river ai uiiauauooga,
and tho rebels there having little or no trans
portation. New Youk, Nov. 8 A special dispatch to
tho Tribinte, elated Bowling Green, Ky., Novem
ber 7, 68 Bt
Heavy cannonading was heard lu tho direc
tion of Nashvltlo on Wednesday evening and
Thursday morning. Breckinridge advanced with
SO.000 men, butr ufto a heavy bombardment tho
Morgan's ifucrlllus wero defoatcdswhile at
tempting to burn tho railroad bridge near Edge
Gen. MeCook has entered Nashville and tho
city Is considered safe. Communication be-
iw ecu mat city unu neuu luartcrs uas neeu re
sumed by couriers.
Visitim. Dayu at tub IIosutals in Tina
City. By a luto order of the Burgeon General,
"thu military hospitals will bo oiun to tho au
thorized agents of soldiers relief associations
and other aid societies, from twelve o'clock in.
to six o'clock p. m , dally, uud to thofrleudsof
ptuieuia una uiuer visitors, u, in tlio judgmcut
of the surgeon In charge, their vlt.lt a will not
Tho storm throughout tho North and East
has been very severe. In Boston, Portland,
Bangor, and other places, snow has fallen to a
considerable depth. The storm waa pretty vvtdo-
tprcad In Its range, and wo read of snow hav-
log fallen In many places throughout tho far
Tho recent cold storm mnst havo been a se
vere trial to our soldiers In Northern Virginia.
among tho mountains of tho Bluo llldgc. We
aro glad to learn that they are w ell clothed, havo
good shoes, blankets, ctc. and they may, there
fore, havo protected themselves, tolerably,
from tho Inclemency of tho weather. But how
Is It witli tho rebels In Leo's army vcr many
of them from the far South 1 Many of them
without shoes, and all thinly and poor!) clad,
their Buffer logs must bo Intense. Our troops
havo suffered from tho malaria of tlio Southern
swamps. It la now their turn to nivet tho rigors
of our Northern clime.
Tlio Missouri Democrat Is confident of tho de
feat of Hon. F. P. Blair, Jim., for Congress. It
ss)s that Mr Blair has some two hundred ma
Jorlty over Mr. Knox In tho district, exclusive
of tho soldier vote, hut that this vote will bo
largely In favor of Mr, Knox. It Is known that
Mr. Knox Iscvcu more out! slavery than Mr.
Blair, whoso election a fen cars ago vv as hailed
with great satisfaction by tho party of progress,
Tho world moves.
Edgar A. MolTatt, of St. Louis, lias Iktii com
missioned an acting assistant pa master In tho
United States navy.
The Michigan Legislature, is He publican in
both branches. Tills secures tho election of
Minnesota has also gone Republican. Theso
States aro so far removed from tho Feat of wnr
that Incompetent or treacherous generals could
not allow them to he overrun b rebel raid.
Tho schooner Boston, from CemallU, for New
York, was totally lost ou tho night of tho 7th
Instant, near Capo Ami, and all bauds perish oil,
Tho schooner P. S. Harding was also wrecked,
but tho crew was saved.
Itcccnt returns of the New York elections
show a majority lu the Legislature ol Republi
cans and Union Democrats. A Senator uf tho
right stamp will Iks elected to the United SiaWs
Thcrowas a great meeting in Tamilian Hall,
New York, on Saturday, In rejoice over tho
election of Scymonr. ThoDcmocrac was Jubi
lant. Donnelly (Republican) It elected to Congress
In tho First district of Minnesota, by 1,000 urn
Jorlt), and Wlndom (Republican) h also elect-
id In tho Second.
Tho folio wlug essels aro all ashore at 1 olmcs
Holei Tlio Abncr Taylor and Elvira, and sehoon
irs M. E. It Ice, Eliza, Ellon, Eudoir, Sarah
Louisa, Benjamin A. Hall, aud Arcth .
Tho telegraph from Boston i ports that the
United States gunboat Huron proceeded to Pres
ident's Roads, on Saturday, to convo tho Mis
sissippi and Merrimac to Newborn, Nortli Car
olina, but tho ships wcro discovered to 1o In
such a filthy condition that It was considered
to bo unsafe to allow them to go to ne i. The
troops ou board will consequently bo landed at
Forts Warren and Independence. o allow thu
ships to lie cleaned. It U reported thattwnnf
tho soldiers died of dipt her la.
Wo woufd Inform tho New York AVjhm that
tho Iltjntbtican is not the 'PrcRldeiitH organ."
Mr. Llucolu has had tho good sense, up to this
time, not to follow hi thu footsteps ol hhtpic-
decessors, In this as in man other things, aud
establish an organ In Washington. Thu V
in cm has tho clTroutery to talk of decern) and
respectability. Bah I Satan lebiiklngtdii
At cry largo body of our forces wcro it While
Plains on Saturda), but the wcro re paring to
go forward, and many of them started lor New
Baltimore on bunda) morning. I he luife of
supplies, forthuprcKetil, will bo Gainesville.
There were man) speculation In this (It),
) esterday, respecting the reasons of Gen. Me-
Clellan's removal. It was con 11 di nil) asserted
that ho had refused sevcinl limes to obe) orders
that liu has given reasons for tlio protrie ted ic-
la) s which havo proved unfoumhd mid puerile).
these, of course, are rumors.
Wo learn, ou good authorlt), that many of
our soldiers aro actuall) shoeless, and that u
division quartermaster camu Iu)ctteidi) morn
ing with a requisition for u qtiuntlt) lor Immc-
dlatouse. It Is a horde au for thu jKior men
this weather, If this bo so 1heiemuitliubluiiu
Iho Philadelphia 7 rattscrljit, like some other
papers, gets off thu follow lug aUut t ho elect lonsi
They exhibit ouo of the moet astoundlug po
litical revolutlous known to liNtor), and com
pletely confound thu radical faetloulsts who
havo bo long held kw a) lu thu councils of the
WucoufebS to our Inablllt) to hu aii) thing
bo very "attoutuhng In Ihii). Wo havo seen
New York, Penuslv aula, Ohio, uud Indiana go
tho Domocrotlc ticket by much Hrgcr majori
ties. Mr. Pierce was elected b) u very largo
majority, earning all tho States but three, and
tho first Congress under his administration was
largely Democratic) but tho very next Congress
was Republlcau. There Is nothing so vcr
astounding In an) of theuo thaugen. Tho Ttan
tori' wish Is probably father to tho thought.
When tho sk fat In, that paper will probably
LleurCuant Commaudcr Leon a id Paulding
has been detached from ordnaucu duty ut New
York and ordered to iho command of thu Gu
lcua. Ensign B. 11. Porter lias been unbred to tho
South Atlantic Bquadiou
Captain John Roelgcrs has been dttatehed
from tho command of tho dalcin and endcicd
to tho Iron-clad Wcehawkcu
Tho Sunday Philadelphia Tumtnijd U on
"A tampayc" about thu removal ot General
McClellan. It had better sleep ov c r the matter,
and then, If It wliheato luqulro Into tho causo
of his removal, It cau do so at Its leisure, (an.
McUcllan's record Is before thocounii), und
on examination It will bo seen that hu U thu
marplot of thu w ar.
Wo publish In another column the spinal of
Commaudcr Preble to tho President Wu can
only uy that we know Captain P , and belli vo
him to ho u nioia able) uud letlubtuoUlecr, and
that hois lo)al to thu core, wuhvveuo doubt
D. C, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1802.
We percctvo that tiro President has acted upon
tho views expressed by us, a tp tho morale of
tho recent elections, In our Issie of Saturday,
namely, that It Is the procrastlnators who have
been condemned by the people at the polls.
Wo take It for granted that hi Is about to give
tho chief procrastlnator of tha'war an oppor
tunity to explain those portions of his conduct
that havo so loug puzzled the nation. But the
President w 111 disregard tho voire of the people
If ho does not substitute for procrastlnatora men
of action, of deedsj not of words and of prom
There la but one man who, by vlrtuo of
his deeds, tho victories ho has, won, tho rebel
armies ho has captured or dispersed, the town,
cities, and fortified places ho has reduced,
and tlie conquests he has made, who, Is entitled
to bo placed In the field as commander In-chlcf
of tho armies of the United Stato, under, Abra
It was currently reported in tho city, ester
day, that Gen. Hooker Is to succeed Gen. Mc
Clellan lo tho command of tho Potomac armyi
and that Gen. Bnmslde la ordeml to report to
tho War Department to-day.
General McClcllan's hold on tho army lit said
to bo universal and complete, and It Is predic
ted from this fact, that thcro will bo trouble on
account of his removal. Wo do not sympnthlze
with this notion, because wo know If there he
patriotism anywhere, It is In tho army. Our
bravo soldiers aro chiefly anxious to meet the
rebels and whip them; and It matters not so
much who lends them to victor), as that they
hive the opportnnlt to achieve a complete
triumph over tho defiant and lusolcut foe.
This they will hnve. A gentleman recently
from tho front, tells us that notwithstanding
tho prlvatlous and sufferings which our army
endures, all Is lonie with the most unexampled
fortitude and without complaint. God bless
our bravo soldiers and send them a speedy
victor. This Is all that Is needed to cheer the
loyal heart lioth in and out of tho army.
From r v enlng Post of StturiU) ,
UICT1IHN OP MI. VIST Kit fAMKHOV.
HUMOUS FROM ABliOAD.
THE UFBFLS PLANNING AN ATTACK ON
Among tho passengers by the Scotia to-day Is
lion. Simon uamcron, tne united mates Minis,
tor to Russia, who returns home on a furlough,
Mr. Cameron's future movements are undecid
ed ho Is, liowever, yet our MlnHter to Russia,
not having resigned that position. lie leaves
In n tlflv nr two for Washlmrton.
Mr. Cameron sajs that tho Russian nation ts
an friendly to us as It has lccn hitherto. Tho
Czar and Imperial family received him with
great courtesy aud cordiality. Mr. Bayard
Taylor is at present in cnarge oi tue American
letration at ai. retersourg.
The feeling In Europe la described by Mr.
Cameron as strongly savoring of Intervention,
lUllI Ull iVUllUf, 19 OLlUl,lJf lULIWIiU, ill VUI1-
sequenco of tho continued Inactivity of tho Fed
eral arms, in ngiauu it is uiougni, nowever.
that no acttvo Intervention will take place until
Parliament meets. Tho success or falluro of
tho prese nt campaign will, probably, decide the
matter, and only decided victories on our side
will eiispci 1 no men, in ms opiniou.
It la generally understootl In Fngland that a
relKl naval uttaek on our Atlantic cities Is In
preparation. Three Immcnso Iron-clad steam
rams tho most powerful ever constructed, are
building In English ship-yards, and with these
It Is supposed the rebels will attack our North
ern cities. They havo an especial desire to
maku u dash nt New York, and, even If the en
terprise wcru but pari I all successful, tho pres
ence of rebel war vessels in New York harbor,
If only for a single hour, would havo a great
there Is a secession club lu Liverpool num
bering near three hundred members, who pro
vide, funds to furnish vessels to run our block
ade. No individual member of this society Is
allowed to know what am other member con
The svmpalhy for tho rebels. In Jrurone. U
dall Increasing, aud the delay In a Federal adj
van co is imerprcieei as a eacii admission oi our
lunbillt to copo with tho eueni.
Mr. Cameron thinks that tho fortifications of
New York should be nt once at (ended to, and
Is surprised thut tho dancer of an attack on
our clt Is not more fully appreciated lie re.
Thu tone of the English journals, received b
thu last arrlv als, docs not seem to confirm Mr.
Camerou'ri views. He speaks morecspcclidlyof
tbufefllng among the people. Tho massof Eng
lish ftocktj may ho In a hurry for Intervention,
still. If so, tho Government docs not seem In
hasto to meddle lu this matter.
1 hu w ell Informed correspondent of tho Man
chcr fturfrrfdii, after somo gcueral remarks
upon European Interference, sa8i
"I hav ouo doubt that uikhi views somewhat
liku these tho present policy of our Govern
ment Is founded, and that Ixrd I yon unit
fo baik not only Without authority to fiAe any
$niotii Http Lie the wcoynittOH of the South f
but ir It tout tticottrttgetrunt to malt any
njijn'oiieh to a KttytKtloH to the Norttunt flovtrn
matt beyond what may be implied in a yeneral re
jnt on the jntrt of tuyland at the prolong Ulon
of what her tattmut an well as her people hae
uow pi onounctH to oe iwursx corneal, i unvu
no doubt that Lord Russell has alrcad) held
communication with his colleagues, and has as-
cei tallied their collectlv o view s sufllcleutlj w ell
to enable him toglv e full and dlstlnot Instructions
to the Queen's representatlv u at Washlugtonj und
that It Is this unanimity which has caused thu
otherwise seemingly uistcrlous abandonment
01 tho taiiinei meetiugoi io-cla."
Banking Rates Tho foltowlmr nro tho tates
at which bankers uud brokers aro bujlng and
selling gold and silver tho legal tender notes
Gold - - - 23 jnr e. prem. Si per c. prcm.
Silver - - . JO " li3 "
Demaud notes 'J4 " JS
Hanks of Issue In Washington and George-
Bank of Metropolis, larineraand Mech's
Bank of Washington. Bank.
Patriotic Bank. Bank of Commerce,
Form's A, Merch'a B'nk.
The rarmeis and Merchants' Bank and the
Bank ot Commerce hmie notes of iho denomi
nation of ouo dollar and upwards
The Hi i l ion Bank redeems their notes In IT.
S Treasury notes, when any amount from ono
uuuur upwuiua ia jMe'Keilieu,
Oh tho Island. Nov. 0. bv Rev. J. . Hoover.
Ml. WasIIINOTOS MONTOOMKRl toMltsFANME
On Saturday night, tho Hth Instant, nlmut
quailer past U o'clock, of a lingering disease,
which ho born wllh eminent patience and re
slgnutlon, John Moninqton mkehan, oungest
nun im uuim a. licvnon, laiu i.iirariuu 01 ton-
Ills friends uud tho friends of ihu family uru
reieelfully Invited to attend his funeral this
aftmuMin, ut thieu oYlock, from thu resldeneo
oi liisiatliei M VM" 90iu!
B street, Capitol
Ford's Theatre. Mr. and Mrs Coul lock tuske
their first Anircsrsnce to-nhrht. at this moat tionu-
lir theatre. In the great character of Luke FleMlng,
In the " Itlow top.," his lov ely daughter enact
ing the interesting heroine of Rote Fleldlnjt. The
domestic pla of the"Chliune) Corner," It la prep-
jem ion, ana win shortly i produced
Nixon's Haiihnotoh Theatre --TM- evening,
Cuban, the beautiful Spanish danaeufce, makes her
debut In the rott of a utntomloilit. Appenrlnr In
three charade rslo the " French Spy " Mlas Fannie
Brown will also make her debut In Brougham's bur
lesoue of "rooahontas," supported lj Chanfrau,
Davenport, ami the entire company
Grov er'i Tii EATncTM evening the betutlful
plij of "Fast Ljnne, or the HoiK-tiicM," will le
again presented to the public The cast of charnc-1
tert It the beit we have ever seen Mas Lucille
i.r.r.i ... uircjiiri rattii ui ij iiauei is tne per -
tatfTtRBUav Several new performers Appear
to-night, lu AtUUion to the former companj, an)
among them we maj nrae Miss Florence Itlven. a
danteute of great celebrity, whote apjearftnce ujnn
the stage Is aaM to be perfectl) liewltchlner, nnd Mr.
Geo H Ldeton, the worll renowned comic vocalist
Nikon t remorse Garden Circ ls This aftct
noon and night the performances are given for the
benefit of Mr III lam Conra 1, n German atttttc of
rare anu vertaiiie AMiItlis He, In Aatoclatlon
vrlth his brother Charlei, will apjwtr In several ac
rol itlcacti.andirlll perform the reserved orbs on
huracback He will be mitttot, In hU eftbrts to
plraae, t) the compao) , including I aton Stone nml
Dr Jamea L.Tha)er
Attempt to Bkkak Jail. A Imld nnd nearly
successful attempt to effect an escape from the
isiBinci jnu wan mauc, uy nine oi tno most cles
perato of tho Inmates, on Friday ntcht lat.
Mr. Rolicrt Waters, ono of tlio watchmen, In
going his rounds, about half-past ten o'clock,
was requested by ono of the prisoners to allow
him to obtain a drink of water, which he ac
ceded to, thus allowing the prisoner to pass
him. No sooner had this been done, than ono
of tho most desperate of the gang seized Mr.
Waters by tho throat, and, with tho assistance
of the others, gagged him, threw him upon the
uuur, aim uuanu nini nanu onu loot. Ken
dered perfectly helpless, Mr. Waters considered
discretion tho better part of valor, and prom
ised lo give no alarm if they would refrain from
further violence. They then obtained tho kevs
of tho lall. and proceeded to make Immediate
efforts for llbcrt . After unlocking tlio adjoin-
inn cen, mo pany raaue incir w ay in too direc
tion of tho possago gate, which, with tho key
mcjr tiutuiuLu iruui jir. ituieTS, niey won 1(1
havo uo diaiculty In opening.
Tho only obstruction anticipated w as a single
guard In the corridor. .Fortunately, there were
two there, whoso conversation frightened tho
prisoners from their purpose, and without fur
ther effort they returned up stairs, unbound
Mr. Waters, and votuntarily went to their cell.
They stated that could the havo obtained a
revolver, they would havo passu! out at every
hazard t but, fortunate!), Mr. ,9 contrary to
ms usuui cuBioni, WT lakiug ins round with
out his revolver.
It Is said that had any other person opened
tho door on that occasion, his 11 fu would have
becu sac rifled In their attempt to escape. But
Mr. Waters had treated tho prisoners with unl-
lorm kinuness, ami ins ure was siuroel.
After securing tho partv . Mr. Waters descend
ed to the corridor and Informed the other guards,
who could scarcely realize tho statement. The
eullro party w ere then removed to tho dungeon,
and four of tho rlmrtcaders hcavllv ironed.
Tlio names of the party who got loose are
John Thompson, John Smith, Charles A. Me
nu re, marica jones, tinea ra t rame, v Ullam
Chambers, W. L. Thompklus, and James Barry,
UlltUI I V1IJ,
Ihcsc parlies wero c.a mined by Justice Doun
last Saturday night, and held to ball In sums
from $250 to $1,000.
At the time this affair occurred, there wcro
one hundred and clghtv-ntuu prisoner lu jail,
all of w horn w ould probabl hav o lcen releasee!
had tho desperadoes been successful.
Pomcr Matteks. rraucls Owen, Jno. Cole
man and David Scott w ere arrested on Saturdav .
b O Ulcer Mills, of thu First ward, for assault
and batten. Taken before Justice Drur and
committed to jail for court.
jonn ltcaco wus arrcstea ou situraa, b ur
llecr Stlnchcomb. of tho First vvurd. for assault
and battery wllh Intent to kill. Taken l-efbru
Justice Drury and committed to Jail for court.
Anthony Sanders waa arrested on Saturda,
by Officer Stlnchcomb, of the First ward, for
larccii. Tukcu before Justice Drur und com
mitted lo Jail forcouit,
Mrs. r . P. Warren was arrested on Saturda,
bv Olllecr Talt , of t hu Second w nrd, for hrecn .
Taken before J not Ice Drur and ordered loglvu
securll for court.
m. r cedes was arrested ou Saturda, b
Oillcer Johnson, of tho Third ward, for lielng
drunk and disorder., lutait before Justice
Thomi4ou aud lined $2.
Chas. Harvc was arrested on Stturdaj, bj
Ofileer Donti, of thu Fourth ward, for burglar.
Taken before Justice Doun and committed to
Jail for court.
this. Johnson was arrenicti on Haturuaj, h
Olllecr Boswcll, of thuSevcnth ward, for lar
ceil, Taken before Justice Strattou and ruleil
An Attempted Bt licit aiu. Last Saturdav
alter noon, while Miss Isibet Cuius was absent
fiom her room, at Ihu Nation il Hotel, it was
entered bv a man who give hU uamu as this,
lleiirv. llu had succeeded In foiclmropeu a
trunk whtdi contalued some valuables, but did,
not proceed lar neiorc ne was interrupted
the appearaucu of one of tho female servants
connected with the house. Hew a) Bomcvvhat
startled upon ihu appearance of the servant,
and asked her If she could In form hlni us tolhu
whereatKuits ol tho gentleman who occupied
the room, bhe polltel) Informed him that the
lud who occupied that room had stepped out
for a shoit time, but would be lu soon. At
thU time he undertook to leave, but shu de
nounced him as a thief, and told him hu could
not leave thu room, when she lmmcdiaiel gave
an alarm which soon brought her somo assist
ance, and tho burglar was secured and com
mitted to Jail, previous to which ho wus search
ed, and upon his person was found a complete.
set of burglar's tools. Wo hopelhls fellow will
receivo tno puntsuinem no bo ricni deserves,
for our city his been too loug, and is now, In
fested with these vlllalus, nnd wu are glad to
know that mcasuies huvu been taken lo rid our
city of them
Om HANS' Cell UT lit tvt e Jmlae Pmctll
On Saturdav, letters ot udmlnlstrutlou wcro
granted on tlio estate of tlio lato Capt, Paul M,
rugio, u. s. a , io ociijainiu ,, janvici.
Tcslameutar letters wero grunted to Thomas
Bav no. executor of tho lato rather P. A. kui.rl.ti
of St. Peter's church. Tlio will ol Father
Knluht Is elated loth September last, aud bo-
quetaihs all his propcrl, with tho ecei lion of
fHJO, to I'eter c, Atieuc, nun ms library to
rather F., Iiole,toliis Bisters, Mar Sautord,
aarati ivuigm, ami t-nzaueiu uunom,
Tho eieeulor named in tho will of Sumoti
Simins camo luto court for Instructions und to
piovo It( but as ll had only been signed by two
witnesses, when tho law icqulrcs three, Judge)
Pureell decided thut It was u nullity so far u
ulateel to real estate. Tho orlglual Intentions
ot ihucicceascM may no curried out, liowevcr,i)
thu heirs giving i owcr of atlorue) lolhuev
cculor Aiaum ot" Hue Iho alarm ol ilio which
was raised lust Saturday night, about seven mi 1
a half o'clock, wu caused bv Ihu burning ol u
elilmnev on SlMh. between I) uui E streets,
Thu 11 units poured out of Urn chimin) uud shot
up wllh such lorco and to such u height us to
cause qultu an Illumination. Thu firu com pa
ulei) wero proniotlv on baud, but their services.
I who uniueessuiy ui the llu wi etlnnshid
I bcloie imy damage was dom
SABnATii ODsrnvANCEs. Yesterday morn
ing, the weather being qulto cold and tho wind
somewhat boisterous, the congregations at the
several churches were not bo largo as usual. In
tlio afternoon the wind went down, and by
nlgllt thO atmOSDllCro hud in far anmn.l 1
mild and comfortable aspect that many more
ventured to the churches. Tho exercises at the
different churches were of tho usual Interest.
V hell WC tnka Intn mnatili r.tlnn ll l,m...i
lies and obstacles In tlio way of iho progress of
PI llfflAH In m. ul.l.l .1.1-. 1 "
.w..,..,.. ,,. ut uiiu.i, nu uuDiinocaa contrral
ulato tho religions commonltjr on tho condition
or tho churches In our city. When tho present
national dldlculliea liroko out. It found tho
proremed Christians of this city about onually
divided on tho question of loyalty or secession.
If all these doulilo trnltnm liml lf ti.A .w ..i
their churches at once, It would havo been well.
But. unfortunate)!, manv of tin an trttnr rA.
inalncil, nnd commenced n system of warfare
in im-ir rwpcemo entireties, uuarrcls ensued.
I which It has required a car or mora to settle,
1 " lojai cicmeni prevaiict, wo 1-eHevc, in all
the churches, and ili mnttor l.na nnw imn .n
tied satisfactorily, so that thn rhnrrho ont, m
Ion with their legitimate duties.
sfiKain. many or our church edifices are taken
for hospltiis, thus driving tho congregations to
Inconvenient and contracted halls, A,c..fbr their
....fer-. ii, .nvnu (-uiiKrcKinons aro nunc
largo and tho religious exercise Interesting.
Stoves ronllospiTALs Sof rnnnr rn Tlr a uv
W o leirn from tho very best antliorlty that In
luuujr ui inn iiuai'uaiB, especially in tuosow hero
tho patients are Ivhur In tmu nn.l iim-mM...
there has been greit suffering during tho recent
cold weather. Tlio stoves which havo lecn
luue-uior, auctnunosi oegged for, by tho sur
geons In charge, and which hav e been needed in
many cases to save tho lives of patients, have
not Iwen sent to these exposed and uncomforta
ble tent and barrack hospitals, while comforta
ble buildings which vVcro In no actual need of
additional warmth have been furnished through
out with stoves. In ono lirgo hospital, where
the patients wcro exposed to lioth the cold and
now of Frtdiy's storm, the surgeons In charge
of some of the w ards allege that the) lost many
patients for want of tho stoves, for which re
qnlslttons had been sent In three weeks ogo.
All this sufferings and sacrifice of life could
casilv havo been avoided hail ihf tirnTwntnimi.
Hies taken measures in time for the warming
of these comfortless structured now used for
Tur Monitor. Those or our leaders who
vUltcd tht famous vessel last week, still retain
a vivid picture of the wonelcrful capacity for
the purpose designed by hcrconstrncior. Many
would like to keep n memento of that visit.
To such wo would say that n spirited picture
of thu great naval engagement between tlio
Monitor and Merrimac, has lieen published by
Mr. S. C. A. Lot rid ye, which not onl exhibits
tho two vessels with llfe-llko accuracy, but
gives at ono view tho Minnesota, tho Congress
andtheCumbcrlind, with the rcliel steamers
Jarocstow n and Yorktow n. As a border to the
ccntro picture thcro arc accurate representa
tions of the Internal arrangements of tno Moni
tor, such as the engine room, wheel house,
ward rem, berth dock, captain's cabin, In
terior oi tower, and turret machinery, with a
portrait of Ericsson, tho builder. For salo at
the bookstores In this city. Ev eryhody ought
to hav o a cop ,
Breaking Them Up. Last Saturday night,
about 10 o'clock, tho provost guard a detach
mint of tho Tenth New Jersey proceeded to
the honsc number KS7, Twelfth street, between
Cand D, kept. It Is said, by a man named Ha s,
who managed to dude thu guard. Eight wo
men were urnsted and marched to tho central
gudrdhousc. Yesterday they wero brought be
fore Justice Walter, who ordered them to a
cato the house at once, giving them until next
Wednesda to deliver over tlio kc to tho cen
This house has Iwen onu of thu worst In tho
clt ns It has becu n very disorderly ono. Thcro
aroscvcril men connected with tho same who
iro out as omenta nnd nrnfnm mci nmnn u i.th
thev accomplish hv mrim loviifth nr. nri.
ns getting soldiers drunk, then geuluj them
iueei ihu nuuse, wnere. uv iramuiint?. eirinkiuor. I
and other processes, tho poor victim U usually
iuiiui.ii ui mi hu una, mm iiiuii i uracil loose.
i iio auinoriucs nro determined to break up
ever house lu tho city which has
tacncd to mo same.
AiuiEftTor a Tuief. Albert Hurdle, a w itch-
man in thoemplo of Adams's Express Couipa-
nv, in cteorgeiowu, was arrested on aaiunia
b Officer Evans, of that Place, on tho charcru
of Btenlluglwo revolvers from that office, thu
propcrl) ot two captains in the arm v, whoso
names wu will omit It seems that tho revol
vers had becu presented to tlio officers bv soma
of their friend? In New York, uud wcru sent on
In chariru of thu express com Pan v. lo bu de
livered to them when called for. But this man
Hurdlo appropriated them to hU own use, but '
did not keep lliem a great while before ho ex- I
ciiungcd mem wim a peillir hv the name of,
btrashurr. for nil ah gun Olllecr Brown
werotaken before Jm-tlcu Reaver, and ordired
to give bonds for their appe irancoat court.
AitMouv SuiAKE Hospital. Thcru nro not
alKiut 400 patients lu thU hospital, located lu
tho ten wards of thu same. Tho soldiers here,
llko thoso In tho other hospitals, represent al
most ever) lojat aiaio in tnu liuou. me
stoves receull) ordered aro now up, aud tho
bovs appear to bo much more comfortable. As
an additional pnttectlou nnlllt thu e old nnd
to impiovu tho uppearuncu of thu rooms, thu
various wareu uru now neing pipered. mis
liotipltil has the reputation uf being ono of thu
I est conducted hospital Id thu clt). Surgeon
I) W. Bliss Is still in chinroorthia hospital.
and it Is ImtJiihtUuto nay that hu 1 qualified
lu an eminent decree for his htallou 1-vcr
faithful and attentive to hM duties, )ct ho U al
ways acecssil lo and agrccahlu to visitors.
ThrTemielancc Meeting held lu Nixon's
tent )csterda) afternoon would havo been quite
a success I ul affilr but for thu condition of (ho
weather, which rendered the tent a vcrv cold
phec, an las a consequence, iho audiencu begun
to thin out after Iho lln-t half houi. Rvcu us It
w as an audit uco of ue irl) 00 w eru pree ut and
listened ailentlvelv to the excellent remarks of
Rev. John C. Hirkness, Hon. D. P. Hollow a),
Mr. I) S. Pure, and Rev. Mr. Gonrnlvc. Tho
cold condition of thu tent will bo remcHlIeil be-
foro next Sil inth, nnd wo predict a largo audi
Drink and DiempEiiL, John Grey was
arrested )csteula) afternoon about J o'clock, b)
Roundsman Leach, ou ihochargoofbelugvcr
drunk and klcklug up a row gcnerall on Peuu
s)lvanli Avenue. When tukcu to tlio station,
John, who Is u stripping )ellow fellow, stood
on his dlgulty aud n. fused to lie search oil prav I
ous tocommltt il to a cell to await examlnatlou
He was soon cooled down, however, aud locked
up lie was Buhscqucml) examined b) Ju&tlce
Waltci nml fined $ J S
Ahmv Chaplain, But few men lu any po
sition lu the aim) hivu bitter oppet utilities lor
doiiiL Lood tii in ihu army uud hoKpltal chap
lains bopio ill our chaplains aru ull that can
boeleslied I he) leel tlio soiemii responslblll
l) attached to their position us a tnio Christian
mlnlstei should et wo ciunot disguise tho
f ut that mui),nlml too many of tho chap
I dim aio not ouly Inefficient and Inattentive to
to duties, but somo aro wolves in shceps cloth
ing. Thugicaustcaro should bo taken lu tho
selection ol so Important an officer.
chno Men's Ciuu&tian Association.
Iheru wa preaching lu Mr. Nixon's tent last
night, b) tho Kcv. Mr. Culver. Wo learu that
tliln iissnelullou has called a successor to the
Rev. C. P. Lvford, who, tor several mouths, h-
noroei bo lauuiuiiy as a missionary lor mis asso
ciation. Ihu gentleman about to come, U vcr) hlghl)
recommended as u pi cache r of taUut, treat lu
dnstry and eminent lletv. Hu will probabl)
hold services lu tho tent elurlug Um winter.
The Tiiiiiii W aud IhU ward was reiuark
ubly quiet )csterda). At lOoMotk last night
iiotuiusool mui ha I biiu hi oiled for tho
eiitliuda) IhHsju ikiwill toi Ihu vvurd
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Grov en's Tuiutre. Eat lAmn.VtnA
Manager G rover Is of providing novelty for his
patrons, wo are triad to notice that he Is eonrer.
sant with the fact that thepubllclmr awaken
ed bv "East Lynnc," Is not yet abated, that the
sudden popular taste for the refined and erem.
plary drama la not yet satisfied. He Intends to
allow all who havo not yet done so an opportu
nity of yet seeing Miss Lucille In her great
character of "Lady Isabel." "East Lynne, or
the Elopement," ts therefore again announced
for this evening, with the same cast of superla
tive power, which was first arranged for it, In
eluding Mr. L. P. Barrett as Sir Francis, Mr.
Barron as Car) vie. Mrs. Gcrmon as Miss Corner.
Ac. The success of "East Lynne" with Miss
Western In Baltimore was almost equal to Its
present. We quote below an article upon its
primary Presentation in that rltv from the TU1.
Trimnjftant .Surer e "JShsf Itytru." The
the great novel of that name, took tho ordeal
ucn jiay oi - .asi iynne," aramauzea irom
,a" evening oi a nouse crowacel rrora the or-
chestra to tho dome, and with a most decltlvu
and brilliant result. Indeed, expectation has
heenmoro than realized for It is very seldom
that a dramatized novel proves a signal success
as this has clone. Tho tntcmt of tho piece-wan
maintained throughout, and tho audience held
enthralled, responding with related aud heart
applause. A first performance Is always a lit
tlo stiff, like new machinery, but last night even
this was scarcely felt, and oil tho parts were
Miss Western's Lady Isabel was, lu all Its v a
ricd and touching phases, beautiful exceeding. .
In tho first act, tho character, meaning and pe
culiar feature of the play was most artlstlcall
unfolded, or rather Imparted to tho audience,
and step bv sfen tho oalnfnl hlsiorv of lore.
Jealousy, misapprehension, infidelity, and the
mom lemma remorse, even unto ueaiu, was loid
with start line: power and effect. Tlio closo of
tho fourth act, tho deatli-U'd of Lady IsaM'a
child was a thrilling scene, llitlo Parker playing
tho somewhat difficult roll for a child. In a vcrv
creditable manner t and as tho curtain fell Miss
Western w as called out aud received tho special
plaudits of tho house.
Tnc Field op the Clotii op Gold. Mr
James M. Nixon, tho Indefatigable proprietor
oi cuo urcmorue circus, nas upon mo ram a
scenic hippo-dramatic spectacle that will far
supersedo any equestrian splendor ever brought
out In Washington. It Is entitled the "Field of
tho Cloth of Gold, or the Bright DjSofChlv
airy and Beaut," and la replete with historical
interest and startling representations. In It
aro Introduced triumphant processions, grand
regal dlsplas, and imposing pageants; together
with a real tournament and faithful delineation
of tho gay scenes attendant upou a royal carol,
val. Over one hundred and fifty men, women,
children, and horses aro cmplocd to glvo It
tono and effect. It will probabl lw produced
on Tuesday next.
This spectacle w as one of Mr. Nixon's origi
nal and early successes in tho profession of
which ho Is now Grand Master. At the Hlppo
dJome It ran two hundred nights, and'ereated
unparalleled urom In New York, Boston, Phil
adelphia, New Orleans, and Havana, where It
was patented under ids guidance and super
Dr. on Moscuzisker. We call particular
attention of persons suffering from imperfect
hearing, sight, or any malady of tho throat or
catarrhal pulmonary affection, to tho card of
Dr. Yon Afoschzlsker, the eminent oculist aud
auribt. His success In tho treatment of the'tye
and car has Indeed been great, and tho numer
ous cures ho has effected in restoring sight to
the blind and hearing to the deaf, speak for
themselves. Dr. Von Moschzlsker has also,
lately paid particular attention to diseases of the
throat, as It Is well known that numerous cases
of deafness arise from throat diseases and ca
tarrhal affections, and ho performed somo re
markable cures in diseases of the air passages,
we, therefore advise all thoso w ho suffer from
any maiauy or tno tnroai or caiarrn puimonar
i not to neclect to clvo him a trial, and they mav
bo sure. It a cure can bo effected, thev will ru
celve tho treatment that will do It, and no one
"vuiu iuiuh. intuit ui menu muuwus. .u.
though at first very slight, If neglected, thev
may lead to a very serious inalad.
Plai ino Bandy. W hen we wroto the article
on tho abovo subject, a few days since, we were
not aw aro that a law was In existence hero
against such a game. Wo aro glad to know
that this dangerous sport Is prohibited. Yes
terday afternoon, six bos were arrested near
St. Aloslu church, for engaging in this game,
also for profanity and fighting in tho b treed.
Their names are Dennis Donahue, Jeremiah
Conner, W Ullam Carroll, Patrick Donnelly, and
John aud Stephen Multestcr. They wero terri
bly frightened at the Idea of being arrested,
aud begged hard to bu let off. The wero fine I
uy j usiu o vv auer i eacn, oonio oi mem paid
tho fine, and tho others wcru locked up three
Attention. Apflicteii' Dr. ellny U vet
cUffuged In an extenslvu practice hi this clt).
, .u.a,i ,iit. r ..!.. .t.. ...
puuv, emaciated victims of their own si us to
thu best sources ol remedy, rirsi, give up) our
present conrso of life at once and forever j uud
secondl), call on tho most skilful physician,
(und none aro belter than Dr. Vellny,) aud be
cured of tho disease which U now undermlu
ing the constitution and sending )ou to u pre
Anotiieu Fine. Last night, about 1 JoVloc k,
a Uro broke out lu a stable ou rlrst streit, near
tho Depot, and tho building being a small
frame, of Unlit umhullblo muterlats.lt wih
cousumeel before the en glue arrived. Two
horse s w cru burned In tho stable. Onu escaped,
but so much burned, It ls said, that ho wa Bbnt,
to rellev o him from his sunerlug. Thu proper
ty belonged to a man by tho name of McGInul
Clear the Street. Why U it lhat Eighth
street, between D and E, I permltied to bu fill
ed with wagons, buggies, aud othtrvehlcles,w
as to leavu onl) a uarrow passage lu the centre
of tho street, barely sufficient to allow a single
cirrlagu to pas
I) it. Javier L. Thayer This accomplished
L'lUtkman will havu u benefit extended to hlut
ou ThurBdav evening next, at tho Crcmorne
uircus, uy ms irieneis, uom civu aim uunuiry.
Wo will speak more panic ularl) of tho atfclr
More Beeves A largo lot of beef eattlo ar
lived lu this city ou Saturda designed for the
Government. They oru of u ver) superior
qualitv,andura now in tho Government corral,
near tho Washington Monument.
"Caspari3." Complaints are made vrlth
referencotolho management of Casparls hos
pltal. It is sild that the patients aro poorl)
ted W ho w ill look after this mater J
WiiiTciiuniT Gallery. 431 Penu av . neM
door to the Telegraph Offlce, continues to attract
or to the Tel gr.lh omce, continue! io .nr.vi
long. o( lilttir to obtslnidiftittf viitltl of theoi.
U t ana frltnJ, whlth are io truthfully prodUwfcl
this ttntJunuirti end ctUbraud ttlMiihmtnl
Card Ilkeneaa of our iilatti(,ulahed generals an t
other, together with man who have fallen lu
l...i. l.-l.-i . . I. a r.taltaln nll.n.l
unilie. call iieuw.inru niiui,.!".". - -nattnolois
order, for tteU Went promptly t
ten U.I to ocllt-lm
Dciirablc Imim Hnsr Oood Mr
Hallh.Ju.trviiet lot of om.rri' Long awl
i !,-., ,ri Hni.haii i nt t il.o. uull flnlaueu ron-
Itl&UbUUM ........v.. 1,'-- ,-.. kl.t..ll.l.
i, extra urge swesi ". UV v"
i ii i veri long, at tfiu acht whUh ha Is Belling
anufact urer.prlc"-, at his India Rubber Ware-
u in.niif.nl itt-atrsi1 tir
home, Jio IVnnsivanlt aienue, between Ninth
an I Tenin aireei . .
A Uoi or Advice Thoae who have been
loitorlnir. for weeks and months without obtaining
relief, should comult Ur Flshblatt. whose office ta
radioal " ' Twenty-nv e years experience ha
entatillahed Dr Flahblatt a reputation aa a phvsl
citu Keventeftaes cured In a few tlava Charges
inuUiMte DK FISHBLaIT,
No 4,'t F street, corner of MirhilV
Uppoalte the e.eaeral Po-d Offlce.
INDIA UUBBCR tKODS -The ul JO bUV lOUT
RUUU1 B COA18, Ll GOINS. LUMP BLANKETS,
HAV LUCKS, HAV KSACKS, and verr utlc
luadelroml.NUIA HUUB-H, l t H; A HALIs,
i.n. u.,i.k.. iv.s.hnu.i. where vou can out am
them.t uiauulMturer.' irU", Jtu rVun.) Iv.nU
ni'iiiiv,ljvtHrvii MuthnuJ Itutli trt. otrt