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TUB nED STAIN OX THE MCAVHS.
from the New York Tribune.
The wood-Mrd'e nest upon the bough
Dncrted bangs, and htapcil irltb lcates.
Ones HUM lth life nd Joy, but now
Sd m ttrlcken heart that grieve
Amid the light of inch a tcene,
Where itlent rale and hills are clad
In gayest hnes of gold and green,
Why should the human bean bo rad 1
Tet sombre thoughts lilt through the mlDd,
And pass unspoken and nnsung,
As leiTM, touched by the Autumn wind,
Fall from the twigs to which they clung.
Here, like the patriarch In his dresm,
We see the ladder angels trod,
The tnonntalns, to onr vision, seem
To lean against the throne of God.
The Y"ll of golden mist that rite
Orel the woodlands to the sea.
Drop wlcre the gallant soldier lies,
YVhos. furlough la eternity.
lnon the 'eavea now acre and red,
That nnci ere flakes of fire to me,
I see the blood onr armies shed.
That our dear country might be free.
Oto. V. Bcvoat.
'!, In probation of a-Slatcrhood " Siukifcahe
The events I urn about to relate took place at
Paris, In the reign of Louis the Fifteenth) all,
excepting ino names, or ramer lines 01 10c par
ties for their first names are those which actn.
ally belonged to the actors of the drama 'being
and ureal feudal possessions, had an only daugh
ter, Henrlette, who, alraos In her childhood,
evinced bo decided a vocation for a conventual
life that, before attaining the age of sixteen, she
entered upon her novitiate In the convent In
which she had been educated. Returning home,
In consequence of a severe Illness, a few months
aner. sne met ai ner iamcr s, Aancn, viscount'
deMornay.ayouneman. her equal !n birth.
fortune and endowments. A mutual attach-1
ment ensued, and thev were on the point of
marriage, when M. de Vlllerol died, leaving his
daughter under the guardianship of his only
)l died. leavlnir his
ftiter, toe .Marquise ac maroiuan.
Thla lady, still young enough for coquetry,
had, unfortunately, Imbibed an attachment for
De Mornay, and In revenge for his neglect of
her charms, resolved to separate theloers;an
opportunity for which purpose unluckily ottered
It elf, In his being appointed secretary to an
embassy at tne court or st. retercburg,
The marquise Immediately placed her niece
aK heroyaUabbeyorPanthcmont.RuedeGren-j ln agra,c arill 60leran voice t Adjulo.
vlllc. in Paris, the abbess of which conient was ,.,,?, in Xotninc Domini" n&, turning
uearly connected with her family, and joined to e Bhar he prorCeded to give the bencdlc
her heartily In endeavoring to Induce the falrt!onof the noly Bacrament, while Henrlette,
novice to increase the already large ' number of gcarcclv aWa t0 conceal her varied emotions,
illustrious ladles of the house of Ullerol who I -.rmnrAiMrh thanLfnlnM wai urMotninant.
timrl Bttalnnrt th Vilfrfc! hnnnn rf thn rliTiwfc
The marquise adopted the further precaution
of sendlre to the Abbev of Panthemont. nartlv i
n companion, partly ns attendant upon her 'might not disgrace a noble fumll), had taken
niece, a tenant's daughter, Eugenie Latour, advantage of a violation of forms to annul the
whose vocation for o religious life she well knew, I ceremony, that lady found herself so despised
Eromlslng that If she succeeded In inducing land avoided in the circles in which she had
lenrlette to take tha v ell, she would herself fur- hitherto moved, that she was forced to quit Paris,
nlsh the money remr-d for her entering the I und, on pretence of Illness, she set ont to travel
fame convent. In addition to tni, anonymous ! Id a foreign land. And In a happy marriage
letters were dropped by unknown hands Into the I terminated this romance oj real life.
apartment of the fair maiden, announcing that -
Adrien was on tho point of marriage to a Run- SOUTHEKN NEWS.
lan princess; and the marquise showed com- FoKTR8 Monroe, Nov. l. At 1 o'clock
munlcatlons addressed TO herself to the same ,",,.'. A i ..,..,
ITect; to that poor Henrlette, hearing nothing to-day, the Eugllsh frigates Cadmus and Petrel,
from her false lover, and assailed on even side at anchor In the Roads, fired a aalute In honor
by persuasions and arguments In favor of arc-, of the birthday of the Prince of Wales.
liglous life, was at last driven to aseume the -n,1.iM,.al.(UBnBi1A,,Mt.nli irt vnr
dress and duties of a novice, and to announce, The Lnltedbtates gunboat Miami left Fort-
her intention of becoming a nun as soon as the ress Monroe this afternoon for the coast of
requisite forms could be undergone North Carolina (It Is aaid.) Admiral Lee went
Although, however, the marquise had, tou in the Miami.
certain point, succeeded In her end, one of the . nan.,,, r,..-,.. .rri.i fr.,.
' t. L .. i . ..'. . ... The llair or truce boat tXDretn arrivcu iruin
means wnicn aae empioyea naa compicieiv
mrans vmen sac employed naa compieieiy
lallea ner. l.UgCDie LJIlOUr, an anecuonaic, I
nonMwicanM gin, nau, wun me quicK sjtij-
pathy of youth toward youth, become nnfefen-,
edly attached to her young ladv, and Betfng
at once, and the more strongly from her own
deeolv seated rellflona feellncs. that noor Hen
t..l. .i . k. ..uh. .-.. e .d.-..
cue a wiuu bo iuq inui iuci ui urn!
pointed love than of devotion, and distrusting,
most Justly, the good faith of the marouHi, who
seemed, to her aenseof tlmpliclty, taking too
much palru to cstabUsh that which, If true,
needed not such reiterated proofs, sudd-nly d
manded her dismission and hcr wages, anS set
forth from the ruined Grenellc, determined, if
possible, to get to the speech of tho Viscount de
22 . ,. ,
Whether Uer pilgrimage might not ha a con-
ducted her to 6t. Petersburg, there Is no taylng,
had she not. luckllv. bethought herself of re-
ualrlnetothe hotelof the nobleman In whose
U,. Airi.n i,d rt.iteH it,, ronn of ih. r,r
vthere she Immediately ascertained that the sec!
retary or the embassy had been unauie to en-
rounter the severity of the climate, and had
be sent, under mi.c.l eJvlcc, .0 h. rtalM.
iiuntrineiaumuiirin repairea, nunoauaing, u-" iwuwuwua. ni "ivugu, .-, ---,- -; - , . . .,' .n, . . v , irooaanicies, toe uovernment paying tne expense
as best she could, her own umall means, and i lng les fear of the Bastlle before their eyes, we "tlleenake den breeds reptiles, and far more of collection an transportation referred by Com
oerformlni? nartlv on foot, and nartlv bv the may expect that the Opposition w!U now speak I deadly In their effect upon the peace antjeerui I mlsaary General.
aid of eood-natured travelers a lournevwhoe
tn..tAn aan.1 Jlfflfinltv n V..f11i ho nrfan.iAtu.
uutdsiuu SBaas4 asaiasMjj vuu jiojuij vwuvuvtv
lycstimated in these aaysoi stcamooats ana
railways. She found the Iscount de Mornay.
as she eipccted. sick rather of grief than of
disease. A similar system of deceit had been
pia tivvu tutu atujJi.1, s.w atiaaa uuu uv, aivis
Eugenia made her appearance In his apartment,
fuUy believed that Mademoiselle de Vlllerol, to
whom he had written repeatedly, without ru-
celvlng any answer, (letters which the marquise
had taken cood care should neer reach the
. l".J -I - .-1 .1 1,
t-juTcoi,j um bu-cuuv iBttcu iuc uu.
'l &e names wnicn msunezpeciea visitor naa
to tell hlra gave him fresh life. He Immediate
ly dispatched her to the Princess Fotocka, the
Iiusslan wife of a Tollsh nobleman, and the
friend In Paris upon whose aid he most confl.
dently relied, and proposed following himself
as speedily as his health wonld permit.
Eugenie arrived at the Hotel Potocka on the
very Iv. of the profession.. .The 14lh of March
was tne latai time, ana inis was late in tne
eenlDK-e;enIng, do I say 1-before the neccs.
sary explanatlonVhad taken place, It was deep
i.h. .im r ik.isih. .J ik. Vrii, .
her only chance resolved tohetforth at once
on her search for the archbishop.
Tho Archbishop was, howetcr, noho10to
be round. All that she could learn from the
drowsy Swiss porters of tho palace was, that
he was either ln.etl.emem at the seminary of
Saint Maglolse, or ho was gone to pass the
.riu c i,k n. hi, fitk.,. Ini,. rt...
. . . mn . .. ..
(rem ninerwa'Jin".0' "oasresiingmm-i
ielf at his country house at Co,tflatr, rV' '
Baffled and disappointed, the Princess drove
hack to her hotel. She retired to rest, after
giving Enirenla to the care of her attendant.
mil, as ner loveoi jusucc, nernatrea oi peinuj
and hr affectionate pity for Its amiable and In.
nocent victims made it Impossible for her to ,
alecp. while anv means to orevent the medl-
imi.oaini lumuijmiin,, iitmautuui I'nuuj
uted Injury was) ct untrlid at seven o'clock
Eugenia was summoned lo'thc larrlage and
they drotc to the abbey '
''Let mo see the Abbess us soon as possible,"
was tho tnissage sent
The answer, as might be expected was u
positive refusal. The abbess was oblliccd to be
in office at that hour Inthechnrch ahethen
asked If she might not be permitted to enter
.........i .v.V.n.i-n ami paihii.hil i,pr.i.ir ui
the door of tho church, lUri tovalt the arrival
of the prelate
The clock struck Zwn, when cue of the pr
vanta of the princess forced his way to thecal
"Madame," said lie, hastily, the "ArcLblbh
op entered by the cloister doori he Is already at
the altar, and the ceremony Is going to begin. '
TheiVrincess and Eugenie shuddered when
they heard this Intelligence i but, recovering
her presence of mind, the princess wroto a few,
linca on her tablets, and thin ordered her vala
to make way lor tnem through the crowd, and
conduct her to the sacristy without losing a
ibuwvn.l B'u i"siun, iiicauwuiie, iu wic
fely .cited li tha chlich. gmm
Xevcr had. more brilliant assembly of TOy
ally, ncblllty, and persona of arlec claims of
dlstlnrtlon. Wen irathered toirether on such .in
occasion. The prldo of Ihe aunt led her to
the convent, to reveal sometnln? to hfr of iKp nan c movement oy reiuiorecmeuiB kuui hibu- uwuiu on wikui, nu ww kuhiu ui kiulwiivui i
greatest Importance. The reply was ingtou Onr loss, two killed and thirty-one Can there not .be more reipect shown our dead II J ce sola si
By no means, except by permission ol the ounded Yaukee lose very heavy, one entire If not I shall deem It ray duty to call the at- ,jj;it(
Archbishop of Paris." .avalrj compauy being cut up and destroyed. teuilonof the military authorities to these fscts of horse
.An .ir.mi in itn.nnii- thu nrin.H.B-D w, irom from Masonborouifh Bound this and others I mitcht mention, and ask fur an in- ou&rtermsite
make the ceremony of her niece's profession as
Imposing and dignified as possible.
Ill did Tier sparkling dress, however, accord
with the deadly whiteness of her check and the
languor or her conntenance. as s-he awaited,
with the firmness of despair, the opening of the
gates of the choir.
Aa she rose from her knee a sort of loud
murmuring was heard at the hottom of the
church, amongst the servants In livery.
" Tnrn those footmen out I" cried a noble
man. In a very loud voice) but they were ol
ready departing nnblddlng, for they were bear
ing out a young man who bad fainted, but was
recovering, and struggling to remain where be
was. This circumstance drew Henrietta's at
tention to the spot, Just as her aunt was lead
ing her to kneel before the observant prelate.
She saw, she recognized her lover In the now"
passive youth whom they were now bearing
awav. and who uttered an "Oh Dltut" which
thrilled to her very soul but the angry pres
sure or uer arm ny ner enragcn ana aiarmea
relation recalled her to herself. What an ex
pression of Interest, love, anxiety and agony
beamed from her glistening eye, as she turned
to kneel at the feet of the archbishop I But
when there, when the awful moment realty canity
she felt that the ceremony must go on, though
sue wama oe a wreicn tor inc. ieuncr tnat
look of agony, nor that of humble resignation
which succeeded, wa lost on the benevolent
prelate, who was holding In his hand tablets
enamelled In gold.
" Sister," said bo, In the kindest tone, "what
' She la nineteen," cried her aunt.
' You will have to answer me, Madame, by
and by," replied the Archbishop; and he put
the same question to Hcnrtette again.
"I am lust turned seventeen," faltered out
the blushln? novice.
"In what diocese did you receive the white
" In the diocese of Ton!.
' How ! In the diocese of Toul I" exclaimed
'.I. - ..l.kt.l.. l - .- .A,l .,. ilTK.
"tnlM, th Bof Touiha.n
dead these fifteen month, and no one mere can
De authorized to receive novices,
ate Is null and and void, young
refute to receive vour Drofesalon
1.2.M .SS T"1: '
.aay i ana wc i
lie then rose from his teat, assumed his mitre
took Ms crosier from the hands of an acolyte.
ana saia, addressing me assemoiy:
iirt.,'ij.,,vn ,.. uaum.w
"J ",S "iff w SB5 LwiS?
l???. 'JSlVi y ! hSKSlJ.ite
"" : .'." " "":. " T". .r:i:"v"V 1
profession. Aa to any future Impediments, we
reserve to ourselves the means to ascertain
whether anv such exist. In the meanwhile, I
forbid any other ecclesiastic whatever to assnme
the power of accepting her vows, on pain of In
terdiction, suspension, and nullity, and this In
virtue of our metropolitan rights, according to
Ihe hull cum proximus t"
When he liad pronounced these words, a
sound as of approbation was heard from many
-. ..nt,. tJ;.i.itn, k. .... r.i.t. in.lnnt.t
.. . . . .1 1-.
"!,""--"-r-- --- i
Meanwhile, though tho considerate prelate,
in order to avoid a public exposure of the ne- I
gs of the marquise, that he
.liwus l-auuiUK i uciwk mi. nucruwu,
brlDirlntr from Secessia one hundred and liny
.,! ,on. in churMof Camaln ilulford
union prisoners, in erargeoii-apiain jiunorn,
om ira cw sura.
The Korthern UlecCloitk
ki m.i.. .1 tirif- tvr i o
iue lutnniouu i,mo, v.iucuiucr o ppcaki. .-v.., 6.. ..., .. ...- ". .w. .... jj prnpokroiu tae vr vepsrimcDt sou in sei.
lng of the recent Northern elections, aaysi They i nothing else aro "Messrs." Carter and Boche,. erai bureaus during theweet neat receding the
tho plainly that the tide sets all one way, and both of them members, at one time, of tholate eleventh day cJ Not ember, hot.
that against Abraham Lincoln and his rampant i detective corps attached to the provost mar- iiiunTrniuTra nriuvnAH.. niFirr
war party. If the electioneering asservationa ahal'a office. On Tuesday there waa a grand JJ" ' ''".' "" "T H"l, "l ,.
and appeals of this party could be credited, ' gathering of the fraternity, and the " opening" T .i.So'itte hto flo ?Co"n.n?inton
I this success or the Democrats 1. about equal .0 relebmled by a Egnt in which a man T. rt.towjrie,del.a to Colonel lnton.
a declaration of peace. But they are not to be named Brocketta Mack, of Louisiana, the re- roster k Ilsrdenbaugh ofler 15o or suo Wall
credited, and we are not permitted to take that . cognized " King of the Garroters," waa shot Tent; and niea complete for M each '
conrfnri tn onr hocomi We have reasons to three times fatally by Oeorgc Creacer. a Baltl- E. llarmsn oilers a patent Wash Leather Sandal
JSn-i?.v.2Sfc.nl?lIrS!.more Recommended by General. Slgel, Porter, Wool, I
hope, though, that with a Democratic Congress 1 ; ?) ?rti? i . c"'f. Williams' Sickles, Whipple, Burnsfde, Pstl
and a Republican administration, regarding there was a promiscuous flght. Mack was sent rick, Elisha, and others. (Terms not stated )
each other aa men who are in doubt but that to hospital, and Lreagcr, reloading his pistol, u a Puliar oirers an Improved Tent for the use
1 to-morrow they may bo cutting each other's walked about looking for another vFctlm. .el the army. Recommemted by A. B. Mallett.
throats, the war will not be set forward any.
Aa Lincoln and his party brought on the war,
naa nae couuucucu tucuisuvcs, iuw suijic
i c meant by this remarkable revolution to
their flcntlmenta mlth a boldness they have not
dartH ( Ttntlire hfOTe.
Dener&l Echols. commandluD- our armv In
Kanawha Valley was Indnced to fall back by
the repretentatlom of a Yankee spy, who pass-
tt, milltCll Jli 99 11 t CUCIill UlUCIt XlO VA1UV U
Gen. Echola and gave himself up as aprlaoner,
informing the general that a large force of the
nemv were comlncr In his rear bvwavofNlch.
ols Court llouee. It turns out that be was a
Yankee buy sent for the rjuroose. which he un
. . f- . .... Vy i. . .
UNunateiy accompnanea. Having largoqaan-
titiea uf counterfeit Confederate monev on his
person, he waa arrested and Is now In the bands
of Gen. Echols, und will soon try the ftrength
i of Southern hemp.
Thla moie of Gen. Echols la a most unfortu-
nateone.t present. We are not only cut off
irom securing tbroueh the energy or our Gov -
imment a large quantity of salt, but we hayc
abandoned to'theSnercllcs. enemy many w.
friends and supporters or the Government.
rrom Northern Vlrelnla.
, hp ,,-!,,' of the , date alo savs,
' he "'.li, of the lame date also saysi
Tho changes of posItlonofourarmylnNorth-
em Virginia has been anticipated for aome
lime, and creatono surprise. There are rumors
"fa" engagement at Snicker's Gap.
rrom North Carolina.
From Wcl(lon n.havel.eDor.. of an.diance
, ""'" " -"" -"-'"
bv lhe enemv upon that place. Ifitlietrue'
.. a. .-. ..
arrangements win Demaaeiogitetneintaners
, Jm reCepiIon.
. -,AI,, ,. .nhTtiniunfivi
a noiiT l .south cakolina.
On Sunday last the abolitionists mart lied
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irom vvflfinmirion. .onu Carolina. 10 a noini
. -- . . . . ......
on the Koanoke river oeiow Hiiuiington, to
cut off the Set enteenth and Fifty-seventh regl-
tnenta stationed there and below. Four com-
Vankcc force and kept them at bay during tho
whole da,andlast night the entire Confederate
forces, Including caalry und artlllcrj, had
rtathed the scene and offered battle to the ene.
'" who fell back to prevent a light. Shelling
naskeptupb) Ihe gunboats till ten o'clock p.
'" Our entire force fell back last night to
Spring Oreen, oeloti wiainsiou, to prn ent a
ir.fiminr thst the blockadinfr kQuadron com-
minced l!rlug ou an EngUsh brig supposed to
be running the blockade. The brig was run
fctaurcgard aud the City Commissioners uf
Chaileston hae given notice In the papers that
non combatant Inhabitants able to provide for
then own removal should leave the city, with
ihelr slaves and movable properly, as soon as
convenient, and thereby avoid the embarrass-
menu to which they w 111 b subject, ir they de-
lay till ntcesslty arises for the sudden removal
of lhe entire population,
From Wilmington, N. v.
Eight new case, of yellow fever reported on
Mon-ay. Tb.w case, are rew, but the death,
are very ".
Auovsta, Nov. 0. The Savannah Xepubllean
.11. Ll. -m .!. .k-tlll-l.li w.
of this morning, taya the aboUtloslstt vrerei
bombarding Tampa Day, Florida, on theSslj
w. .v.wva .i.v vuKuvu.ua ....... - j w u.u
In Jackson, Miss., on the fth Inst., n cart
ridge factory exploded, Kllllnc every person
employed In the works. Not 1cm than thirty
Urea were lost.
Mobile, Nov. 0. The enemy hate advanced
In force to Lagrange Tennessee, and are ad
vancing on this place. Jackson' cavalry to
day had a skirmish at Lamar. It Is probable
the enemy will give us battle, as they are abont
to male strenuous efforts to open the Mississip
pi. The prospect of recognition Is hurrying
From the Richmond Whin of SatuMsj
Shod Tor tne Aimy
A correspondent. In n brief note which tte
publish thla morning, makes a practical appeal
to the humanity and patriotism of the people of
Richmond In behalf of our shoeless soldi cm.
This appeal Is powerfully reinforced by the
snow storm of yesterday and the actual setting
In of winter.
. It Is terrible to think that bun-
dreds, nay thousands, of our brave troops our
eons and brothers and friends, who are suffering
that wc inav be comfortable, are In this bitter
weather without the comforts of negroes, of
paupers, or even of convicts in the penitentia
ry are literally barefooted In the snow.
Shame, shame on those who have failed to
prevent this, and on those who now permit it I
Better that the President and Ills Cabinet, his
Quartermaster General and all their aids should
walk these icy streets with naked feet till Spring,
than that our noble army should be in the con
ditlon in which this blast of Winter finds them.
The Government Is cruelly, criminally culpable
in this matter; but there Is something more Im
portant and pressing for the people now to do
than sit In judgment on delinquent officials, and
that is to do what they can to supply the neg
lects of their public agents.
Our correspondent suggests a convenient and
ready mode by which at least partial relief can
be afforded. We Implore all who have it in
their power to adopt his suggestion. This is
condition of the army Is heartrending. The
peopje muit come l0 lhe rescue. Men who have
lougni ana sunerea as mey nave aone must not
be neglected by those who stay at home to make
money, and keep snug and warm. The Gov
ernment cannot be trusted. It has no fore
thought, or is entirely indifferent to the condi
tion of tne men who are periling and enduring
everything, that the country maybe rescued
and made free.
Let each citizen resolt e, the moment he reads ;
inis, to lurnisn ono or more pairs or snocs; or,
if they cannot be had, something else that will
serve to shield o soldier from suffering. Ifyon
Kat.1.4 I. K 1 tA saatAs fc nt 1Iaa
lit ui it, uui iia uu iuaiti.1 bi nuak jJi iv c. it
ou can pay for Iti for it Is better to ail the
pockets of the horse-leeches and blood-suckers
who manufacture or sell shoes and clothing,
than that this disgraceful condition of things
should continue an hour. What say on, citi
zens of Hlchmondt
Onr Wounded In Maryland.
Dr. I'l ill pot. of the Fourth Georgia regiment.
who visited Sharpsburg a few days after the
umwc, iu iwk oner iiiu nuuuucu iiuui uia unu
State, has lust returned to this cltv bv wav of
fortress .Monroe, uc Drougni wun mm a iisx
-r ... .. ..r . r
of all the wounded Georgians he could find, and (
a iewoiiueiroorsoi omeroiaica.
Dr. P. soys our wounded were treated with
great Undnesa bythe people and the military
J authorities, exccpT at Fortress Monroe, where
passengers, whether sick or well, aro stripped
I of everything they hav o except the clothing on
their backs. A few of the wounded may have
' returned alreadj. The greater part of them may
expected at an early day, and the remainder
' as eoon an they are In a condition to be mured.
rrom the Examiner
The" Plug" OrEauUatlouneiivea In the
Coanty of llrnrtco-They Celebrate the
.iopenlnK" Day hy a Flftht-One Slau
Only a few da s sluce we congratulated our-
seHeaand the citizens of this community upon
lhe brenkln!? up of a pestiferous organization f
i Baltimore "Plugs;" but wc regret to state, the
evil of their presence, like an old sore, haa
'broken out anew, thla time in a fresh place.
, The "Crib' removed from tho corner of Ninth
, --i .... tLVm.j i. ..n,nn.u.
ouu uuau Himg, j.iuiuiuuu. n-munu imw
ouu uiubu guccig, jtiuuuvuu, icuwipi imr
I luiinwi uic jimuuit utiugonwiwiiiTU ruw-
lyli niuu.ui., iireuiuuSiiiK uu
I """""nneBS flourishes afresh, in a gay saloon
flued up for drinking, dancing, gambling and
The proprietors of this new rendezvous of
luc propneiors 01 tins new rmuezvous 01
thieves, garroters, and iraa women-for It Is
csieraay.wHneaeea anotner garnering at the '
place of degraded men and women, from Rich.
", "" "v "-mvDb, vmuj
J u" abandonment of the outcasts of every,
riiy or loiacitj.
IjarRe Fire J ,AuU4
Ararwa, November 5. A fire occurred here
uetninh wm.ii ..tivn .h (..a..ih. nHhnu..
,tables. six thousand bales cotton, some pro-'
dnce. &t. The loss will exceed $500,000.
,. '.,..,. ,
' Alitor Republican.
DtaRS.n, Wllljourmulime, through the
tumns of your paper, to call the attention of
... r r- .
the public totmeoftheabuntsandlndecenclcs
dalh practiced qmong u, In regard to the bu-
rla, 0f deceased soldiers, a, exhibited In a few
.. .. , h . k '
ferT" 0" VhllT I was actZ a. an oral
1 """'on, Doth wane 1 was acting as an offi-1
Jer .' lhc P'ovost guard, and since I have been
I d ' ffi '" ' 'h S, HSB
Xr. . jlnJ.; .T,r .i,. e TIC. k.i. Vi
rlKht '? dellTer tu0 "m,ln f those beloved
on.e" 0f our C0'7 t0 '" Irresponsible char-
acters, as are employed by the undertaker, to
(Convcythem to the place of Interment? And,
look at the rickety vehicle that Is used for a
i hearse.aud the broken-down horse or mule that
completes the exhibition.
! Th CBC!rt ' often compelled to wait an hour
SSS?!1!? S!11"?!1'"!:." S?K
, 01 conveyance to appear; . un arriving at tho
cemetery tho only care of tho driver and attend.
.,,rvvw .r,v .... . ...v
anil fll thai frrwinVsi injuria tn Ka ti ftn-YST lliavf t
----,-----... , ....,. ...
' ? ,'iRl " 0Ul f thdr wx ln "" h0"Mt
Cofllns are oftcu plied ono upon another In
tomeUm thvm from the hospital to the burial
i s r 7 a... . .l-
irrounu. una cracKB arc irenuciuiv aceu iu mo
" . .. ... ... .-. -. . ,
couins oi luiionetmru tneir lengtn. Anuiam
told, at the hospitals, that it Is often Impossible
to iloso them securely, becauso or the poorness
ortho matirlal or which incj are maue. lhe
attendants at the grounds seem to hac no re.
gard for propriety, as may bo 6ecn every day, in
the Indecent haste and ruthless manner In
Mhlch the corpse la hurried Into the ground.
And I have been Informed by eoldlera who are
on duly near there, that It is not uncommon to
see In the morning several coffins Ijlng upon
tue grouna, wnero 11 is lupposea iney nave re-
An one who Is witness to aiinllar Inilauces.
or who deslrles a reform iu this matter, will
please addresa me through box t)8, cltj post
office, oi at Trinity hospital, Washington,
M. 0 rUTMoij,thap. 1. B. A
By late ueas from Kansas, we leain that the
. Republican State aud Congressional ticket In
tn, But, i, rfectrd b) a majority or 03,000. The
', , , '..,.,,',,
J-"I"Ialure is also Kepuwicau
' Prairie llres are causing much damage In
various parts of the State, by tho dcstiuctlon of
crops, etc. It U euted that a faioil), consist-
,ngof six persons, .. b,
; folted oae lrle, lo
' Tuesday last. Aflrelsnc
burned to death or suf-
Anderson couuty, on
Tuesdaylast. A ArelsnowraKlnglnthewoods
i t" Wyandot, luvoh lng the destruction of a
. n.tl 1 .1. Alrrpanli
portion of the telegraph
Holes of War.
Dr. Woolsey. President of Yale College, in
his Introduction to tho study of International
Law, states the rules of war thnsi
"To sum no all that haa been said on the
topic, we may lay down tho following rule of
I. Private persons, remaining quiet, and
taking no part in the conflict, arc to be unmo
lested! but If the people of an Invaded district
lake an active part In the war, they forfeit their
claim to protection. This. marked lino of sep
aration between the soldier and non-aoldler Is
of extreme Importance for the Interests of hu
manity. 3. The tiropertv. movablt at well a$ Immovable.
of private persons In an lnraded country, is to
1 remain uninjured. But If tho wants of the hos
tile army require, it may be taken by authorized
persons at a fair value; bnt marauding must be
checked bv discipline and penalties.
Tho only true, humane, and even
Just principle. Is that already laid down, that
war Is waged by State against State, by soldier
Bat pillage and devastation are seldom poll
tic even when they are supposed to be Just.
The rule Is ow pretty well established that,
while all military store and buildings are law
ful plunder, and while every edifice in the way
of military movements, whether. Indeed, public
or private, may be destroyed, whatever does not
contribute to the km of tntr ought to remain intact.
It was a blot upon we Brit is n character, when
they burned tho Capitol at Washington! and
the excuse for 11 on tho ground of retaliation,
although insufficient, ahoHed the necessity for
an excuse to the civilized world. Even milita
ry hospitals are spared, if not misused for a
With civil nars. International justice has
nothing to do. But the same rules of natural
Justice and humanity which are applied to the
Justice of ordinary wars, and to the mode of
conducting them, apply here also. In no kinds
of war Is retaliation more sure, and none are
generally so cruel and uncivilized, so that ttrict
rvietotcar are more iucet$ary here than any
Com. Porter Afalnat th Whisky Trade.
Cairo, November 4, 1802.
Sir: I havo received applications from be
low to stop tho whisky trKde ( for U Is asserted
that more guerillas are made from the use of
whisky than any other way.
I deem It necessary to put down guerillas at
Anv In'ViTirFnfonr'A tfi thn nertnla ftlnnrr tliA rlrrr.
and have directed my commanders to cclzo It
hen.r . m,T flnd n.
,- ..- ,
Very rwpect fully, jour obedient sen ant,
DX1D D. PORTEK,
Art'g Rear Admiral, Com'g Miss. Squad.
To Collector of the Port of St. Louis, Mo.
DAFETV, SPEED, AND COMFORT.
PALM II R. FITCIIBURG.
NASHUA. LOWELL, CONCORD. THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS, AND l.S-
THKnew and staunch steamcrsof,
.. v.n.i.i, t. fiTv ntinn.
CITY OF NEW VORKs'leare NewKork
dally. (Sundaya excepted,) at 4 o'clock, p. m., from
ncr rsQ.av. (torm niver, idoiui FitrT iircri,
FOR NEU LONDON,
There connect log with tho Steamboat rresi
Train for tha above points, via Norn eh and Vor
ceter, Boston .and Worcester, Wonester and
Nashau, and New .London and Northern Railroads.
i-reigni iftKen ai iqo luwrsi rir.
For information, Inquire of
K. S. MARTIN,
gent, on the Her.
m Sfr tf
- r ao i
I have now on hand the largest
and best lot of
that ever waa offered In this city, which will I
of all klnda promptly attended to
ROU'T II. GRAHAM, Coaonmaker;
nov l3t 374 JJ and 477 Eighth streeta.
TTTINTKR FASHIONS. '
v WINTER FASHIONS OO Thuralai
m. s. havlnf procured a tompetcnt Dress-maker,
Is prepared to execute all ordefs with proraiitaeis!
noi u ji
' CONTRACTS SOL1CITEU on
Jj proposed to the War Depsrtment sndlt.sei-
1 " "?!."':,.. . . ,...,. ..,
jonn weiK.oi rmiaaeipnia, proposes to ioiiow
the army, In VUfinia.wifh wagons to collect hides
WAR DEPARTMENT, (proper l
ui im, .uoriitncr uniun, m jew t orn, aoiiClia
-. .- i. a -- jf" .--( .....
coatracta lor ioo.ouo setts oi cavalry Equipments,
at M M"per.iit.
nvcoinmruucu i) iias Anna
has 210 cases Austrian Mus-
oona. asks ail 70 each.
Malen u Schnaarclte, of Bremen, offer 4d,uoo ,
Prussian aMuikcta,M,0OOMInla Muskets, C0,000?ire
trlt Mi,lrsle. fn t.rroasriian t ' '
Lock Muskets (No terms riven
Malxen ft. Schwaarcke, of Dremeu, ofler several
liunlred Foreign Pistols. (No terms stated ) ;
fZ,? cap." ( jfo" Jrlc. ruin'
Joslyn Arms Company, of stonli
3lauen& schwanrcke, of Bremen, oner H.OOO.ooo
kt w.m. mnPin.ipni.h in.un f.t.M .,
bines and Pistols. Recommended by J. J. Day.
J- D. Thaxher.of Portland, Maine, offers to fur-
Sir".,,,?00 "'" """ A"""' ' M
p H G Gsrcelon of Lewiston Maine wants .a
adSttonal or'oel 't. furm.h Infant" Xo'cou'tr.''.
Merrill, Thomas & Co , of Baltimore, Maryland,
IXXS&'fi? Merr"" "'"' C"bl"
s it. Co., of 108 Fulton street, New
000 Horse Brushes, at 90 cents.
manufacturing company, of Middle-
-3)f Inch Army Webb-wool, at zilscts. per d
' JJ " " " JJK JJ JJ JJ
cotton, 1 Inch, at a J per iro.s.
GeorjeK. Labstt.of New l'ork'oBersC.ojoPriu.
i sian smooth Muskets, st $1.
' . .. , . -i
III V ' I 1' WA I .IV Si
. WAtl. . CO. Auetione.r.
I B PEtwrTOH AUCTION 'sale of"or5
i,j;;Hir.s,i.. inuRsuA aiunr.ju,floemter
I mh.at to o'clock, we will sell, In front of our
Auction Hooms, to close consignments, a number
nf Intel nt (.nwmra fnt.fins.ri ArvKs-ai,.lnir
i - r- --"-- -.., .-v.0
Barrels ellow snd Retlned Sursr
1 Tiereca Clncluoatl Hams and
Uoxes starch, trmlcelll and
lurreii leiiow ana Ktnnfxn smritr
I and M&cearonl
Boxes Chewing Tobacco and Segars
Cases assorted Preserves and Hcklrs
Boxes LemODS and Barrels Beans ami Tork
Boxes Blsckltig snd Brushes, Barrels Nuts
Cases Aromatle Bitters
Cases Lemon and UaiDberri Slrim
Barrels Sirup and Inegsr, Baireli Herring
Alia . iiusniiiy ui anisii
L WALL i CO ,
110 11 til
ALE OF CONDE3JNKD STORES Will
fuDllC AUCtlOD. On THURSDAY.
commencing at 10 o'clock a m , at
'tween E an J V trAeti near 22J. a lot
AND MULh HARNESS and other
stores, lorMemned asunru for pub-
Terms Cash, In Covrrouei.t fundi,
Uj order of J.J, DANA,
Captain h. A U M
no B Ut Auctioneers
1,1 1 J II A H A H O K N T b
1 AWNING, FLAG, AND
UXJOX TEXT FACTORY,
ho, 030 Ieunslvsnla atruut,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
tUTTL2liP AXD AJtMY TEXTS
ON IUND OH MAKK 10 ORPEH.
wiinrs, Klags, Tents, Mall Bags, Horse Covers,
signs, Wagon (oifra, - maJi n short notice,
my 9 tf
OH T On tsaturJaj.btli Instant, a Gold Hunt
I tnr ATCH, made by Jules Jurgensen.Copen-
, (t ' MeMr, M w i,at u Br0 , jeweller.;
1 IIAt Pnn.vl.nla .1 OU nOV 10 2t
aft t Pennsylvania avenue
0-German ruilef Aaaoelatlon. The
monthly meetlnc o( tha German Relief Assoelatlon
for sick and Woundml Soldiers, takes place- NEXT
WEDNESDAY evenlor, Nor. 12th, at 7 o'clock,
In Temperance Hall, K street. Tba pubfis Is cor
dially Invited to attend. The orf anltatloo oftht
Association bctnr now complete, and Its efflslanty
during the past ilx months fully established, Inter
estlnit reports may be looked for from tha varlaus
committees. The Executive Board meet aa uiual,
everr Tuesday evenlnc. at No. 447 Seventh street.
B; order of the Executive Bosrd.
' ALFRED SCHUCK1NO,
nov 1031 Corresponding Secretary.
nMsls Soldier. nellef Association.
There will be a meeting or this AitocUtlon on
TUESDAY EVENING, Nov. II, at 8 o'clock, at the
oDloe of 8. P. Brown, Em , fiOO F street. A full at
tendance Is requested. Per order. oe 10
n . t . - i s a o x .
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTF.R1.
They purify, strengthen, and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
The are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and lata
They strengthen the syrtem and enliven th mind
They prevent mlssmatle and Intermittent fet s.
Theypurlfythebreathandacldttr of the stomach.
They cure Pyspeila and Constipation.
They cure Dlsrrhvs, Cholera, and Cholera Mor
bus. They cure Llrer Complaint and Nervous Head
ache. They are the beit Bitten In the worlds They
make the weak man strong, and are exhausted
nature's great reatorer. They are made of pur
St. Croix Rum. the celebrated Callaaya Dark, roots
nnd herba, and are taken with the pleasure of a
heterARc, without regard to are or time of day.
Particularly recommended to deltcate peraona re
quiring a gentle attmulant. Sold by all Grocers,
Drugglata. Hotela, and Saloom. p. H, DRAKE
CO., SiJ Broadway, New York. se SO m
E-natchtlora Hair Dye The Deat its
the World. William A. Batchelor'a celebrated
Hair D) e produces a color not to he distinguished
from naturet warranted not to injure Hair .In the
leastiremedleathe Ill-effects of baddyea, and Invig
orates the HMr for life. CRKY, HKD.or RU81Y
HAIR Instantly turns a aplendld Black or Brown,
leaMng the hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all
??ThegenulneIa signed VM. A. BATCHrXOR,
on the four aldea of each box.
Factory, No. 81 Barclay atreet, (Late 333 Broad
ua) andl9 Bond,) New lprk. my2t ly
HtJ- The Gret Pennsylvania RoutThe
quickest and safest route to tha Northwest and
Southwest. Two through trains dally, and ana on
Sunday Soldiers' tickets at Government rates to
all the principal points In the North and (West.
For tickets and further Information apply at tha of
fice of the "Great Pennsylt anla Route." northeast
corner Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street, un
der National Hotel. Office open from 7 a. an tot
p. m. ton bundsj a 3 to 4 p. m.
K. O. NORTON,
aug 8 ly Agent.
E3" Special NotlceP-Oa and after Tueada),
April 1, 1863, the trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
Railroad will commence running daily, (Sundays
excepted,) leaving thla Station at 7 40 a.m., and
connecting at Washington Junction with Mall
Train for allparta of tho West la Wheeling or
Parkersburg. Through tickets sold and barrage
cheeked. V, P. SMITH,
M. of Transportation B. fc o. R. R.
EJ-Orphans' Pair at Odd FeUowa Hall.
The fancvaale will positive! becloaad ontatur-
day night, the 8th Instant. The Ladles conducting
It ask for a continuation of tha Datronaxs so lib-
Hy bestoned iinon It, by persons of aU religious
denomlnatlona. Thev offer a treat varletv of use
I ful a utl fancy articles at fair prices. Substantial
meila At all hours, and the patrona have a rare op
portunity of spending an agretAMc evening. Good
music aIwav aln Attendance. no 0
IK3-1 h Next lUgular Mouthly Meatlna;
of the lkard or Trustees of Public Schools wlllba
I held in the Aldermen's Room, City Hall, on TUES-
uai Ar ij-.ivsuuai, noreoiDcr inn, a(ko'ciocKi
WM. D, DAYTON.'
03 IVeaton'a Proarreaaof Slavery -Copies
of thla work are for sale at the office of tha National
Republican. Pamphlet edition, SO centa. Bound
edition, 76 cents.
ANTED One Plaiob.raadTw.Oai.
fitter.. Noo. but Good Hands need ap
307 PenosTlTanla ateou..
sail-St' Opposite th. National Hotel.
BONES AND CAMP GREASE WANTED. Th.
sutncrlbera will pay the nljhest market price
for any Quantity of Bone, and Camp Grease, deliv
ered at their mill, foot of o street,
oit ll-eolm MORGAN h RHINEHAST.
"r ANTED At the New York Employment
v An.w nffin Nn Ait NintK itiwrt bi,
liLiiitaniiaimui twenty!?. vehsi Whit.
Chsmbermaldi, LauudnSiei, Waitresses, Nurses,
n,'.Sem,',r'"'i..A1.J"u!'? Colored Men. to
SIo.i?dD h.'fmm'iV.'t.w.'it? or wuJ'n",;.
it to their advaotare to call
"lirANTED For a gentleman and his wife, a
V Double Parlor, wllh flrsKlass furniture and
board. Price not so much a consideration 11 a nice
The best city referenuc rii en and requlrej. Ad-
"" r1- i in. wij ros. u..
StlTLEHH will cull to purchase a tiftod
and Cheap Wagon, Horses, and Harness, at
Store under Hall's,
no 11 it Thirteen-and-a-half and E ata.
rpilOMAS E. M,(VD,
ATTORNEY FOH CLAIMAb'TSt
AND AGENT TOR PROCURING
Boiuit) Lands, Pensions, Arrears
of Pay, Extra Pay1, tus..
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Will gle prompt and efficient attention to the
proscutlon of Claims of t try description against
the Government, and make no charge unless suo
Uoth rcftTeuies aim iliarges for services will be
JLJ" ITnSlOnS SCl
trl lenriions accural for soldiers wounded ordls-
eased during the existing warj also, for the widows
and orphans of soldiers who have died from wounds
or disease Incurred while tn the United States ser
vice; also, Iiounty Money for the helra-ln-law of
soldiers deceased during the existing war.
Fees dlv ided w 1th attornej a or other persons lor
The highest prices paid for Land Warrants.
THOMAS K. LLOYD,
Attorney for Claimants,
No. 470 Seventh atreet,
Washington, D. C.
N. D. Editors of papera publishing the abovecard
will be entitled to m services to the amount of
T E. L.
KVU AND KAIt.
d j: a"Fn ess
NOIflEH IN THE HEAD.
Affections of the THKOAT.
DISEASES OF THE AIR PASSAGES.
These maladies are exclusively and successfully
i reai e any
DR. VON M0SCHZ1SKER,
Oculist aho Auhiit,
Ml Penn, avenue, opp. Wtllards,
ItJ- Numerous Testimonials ean be examined at
in uuivr. iruiu tintcu ui ti huiu(iuu
EJ-All auraltal operations to restore SIGHT
ana nt aiup-u penormeu. nov iir-.m-
I riHJ I.NVKNTOUH AND PATENTEES.
M UNN u CO , proprietors of the Scientific Amer
ican, and RKCnis lor procuring Anicnctu uu rue
With Slitttn Yean eiverienc in the Business,
Refer to Hon. Judge Mason, Hon. Joseph Holt,
Hon W D Bishop, ex-Commissioners of Patents,
snd to more thanlifteen thousand Inventors who
hav e haa duiiumS done inrougn jiunn a vo ra
tent Agency , ,
Peinuhlet of advUe sent fiee bj mall
Patent Laws and Regulations, W pages, SS cents,
NftfhmirMfrtr iuuaiiltatlon. oralU Or b mall
I'rellmlusry xainlnatloa In United States Pa
tent Office, 5. v, .,..,
orny. No. 31 Park Row. New lorki Wash n
ton, corner of F and Sev enth streets, opposite the
I'rtiein unitr "
in cAas.enueiii.eof the lownessof the water la
.) n-noml Kirvotr It will be neceaairv. unless
great economy of water Is practiced, for tne Gov
cm mem soon 10 uui un ujb tuiijiij iu cmtcuaj rw
Ail i.rMoiis are. therelore forLUJen to use the
hjdrautaou Pennslvanlaaeuue,orooan) streets
I or avenues under the care and supervision of the
I Couimlssiouer of Public Buildings, for watering the
itrettsor pavements, or for any private purpose
I And all persons using tha water are urgently so
licited o t as economical In Its use as possible.
B B. FRENCH,
sep iu Commissioner of Public Buildings.
k i '
Vnn'a aarnlM, Mar Wttlord)' Torsi.
LEONARD QROVT.K Manager
Fourteenth appearance of the
BFLLK UP THK DRAMA IN AMERICA.
The Toung, Beautiful, and Talented Actress,
ny. this NiauT o.vjir,
AS NANCV SVKrs,
In the snperb dramatization of Charlea Dickens'
The Popular and Able Young Actor, ,
Mr. L. P. Barrett --as -.-. Fa gin
The Great Comedian,
Mr. D. Set c hell -.-aa - Bumble
The Favorite Young Actor,
Mr. Chss. Barron - Bill Sykes
The Vivacious and Pleasing Actress.
Miss Sophie Glmber as Ollrer Twist
OX TniS XWHT OXLT,
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle, 60 cental Orchestra Chairs, ISoents)
Family Circle, 35 cents) Colored Gallery, 29 cents)
Colored Parterre, 00 cents) Private Boxes, $.
. Seats may be secured durtog the day without
Doors open at ' o'clock) performance com
mences at 7K. nov 11
Tj'PRD'ft NEW THEATRE,
Tenth itrcet, above Fenn'a avenv.
JOHN T. FORD
Proprietor and Manager
( Alao of Hollldav Street Theatre. Baltimore.!
HUMPHREY BLAND . . Acting Manager
AN OVERFLOWING AUDIENCE,
Of, the .First People of Washington,
GREETED THE OPENING PERFORMANCE,
Of the Distinguished Actor,
MM. C. W. COULDOCK,
" And the Beautiful Young Actress,
Both of these Talented Dramatic Artists
RFCKIVINO THE HEARTIEST RECEPTION,
Adding new laurels to their
WREATH Of FAME.
KnJo)lnr Established Reputations
IN ALL THE LARGE CITIES,
STARS OF THE GREATEST MERIT,
Who will repeat, for the last time, the
SAME CHARACTERS WHICH MADE SUCK A
HIT ON THE FIRST PERFORMANCE
OF THEIR ENGAGEMENT.
TMt TUESDAY EVEXIXG, Km. 11,
Last Night of the Pathetic Play of the
LUKE FIELDING.... .MR. COULDOCK
HOSE FIELDING MISS COULDOCK
All the Star Company In tha Cast)
After which the Farce of
TO OBLIGE BENSON,
In mhlch Mr Bishop will appear.
THE CHIMNEY CORNER,
A STORY OF HEARTS AND HOMES.
An eaauisltelv beautiful and touahlnr olav. aur-
paaslng " Fanchon, tha Cricket," ln healthfuineaa
of toncfcdellcacy of sentiment, and In sympathy of
Afo Extra Prleea for Engaged Neat.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Dress Circle and Parauctte. 60 cents. Orchestra
Seats, IS centsi Family Circle, 28 cents j Colored
mi icrrc, ou wmis., arrival sua.es, po.
Doors onen at i o'clock! performance commen
ces at l)i o'clock. nov 1 1
Pennsylvania avenue and Seventh street.
COMPLIMENTARY BENEFIT by Distinguished
LiTiuans ana miinary umccrs io
DR. JAMES I. THAYER,
The National Conversationalist and Jester.
Thursday Ereulng, Nov. 13, 1863.
Upon which occasion a number of volunteers wll
appear, together with the Wonderful Bare
hack Rider, the Wild Horseman.
MR. EATON STONE.
And the entire strength of the regular company
The renowned Magician and Manipulator.
Tho long-expected spectacle of the Tovumameht,
or aiem oi me uioin oi uoia, ana iirigni
Days of Chivalry and Beauty.
Dr. Thajer'a Two Mules will be on hand.
Tickets for sale everywhere.
Box-book, for resened seats, now open,
nov 10 st
G1 EOHCtTOWH FEMALS SEMINAKYI
T miss HAaaovta's.
A BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL,
191 West Street.
The tlutlea of this Institution will be resumed ou
the 8th of September. Circulars may ba obtained
aims principal DooKsiorva in tvasningion, or vj
addressing the principal,
augSo-TTaS4m M. J. 1IARR0VER.
FOR YOUNQ LADLES,
No. 01 K Street, Near theCibcle.
TERMS, per Quarter of ten weeks Quwter
commencing at the date of admission t
ElementaryClaises ln English - - ft6 00
Advanced Classes ln English Literature
and Sclenoe Included - - . e 00
Elementary Classes in English. French, and
Music ........ 12 oo
Advanced Classes in r ngllsh, French and
Music ........ li
Extra charge for Spanish, German, Italian, Latin,
sou oinrr MuiguaKTSs
Dr. ZAPPONE will git e Lectures, and otherwise
assist, wnene.er ne can spare lime irom nis medi
oc 9 MRS. A ZAPPONE, Prluclpal.
l?AIRVIbW BOARDING SCHOOL,
-L NORRISTOWN, PFNNA.,
YOUNO MEN AND BOTX.
Board and Tuition, iMO per term, of ten months.
Pupils admitted at any time.
Henry Jsnney, 348 Penes j Ivaula a enue.
Dr. Tvian. Drurrlit. Ninth and L streets.
John Hauxhurst, tour-and-a-half street, near F
Joshua Newbold, Quartermaster's Depart meat,
UI-ORCE A. NEWBOLD.
no 4 lm Principal.
I Wish to Inform the bublle at large that 1 hat e
re.el ed of Col Wm. D. Bowie, of Prince George's
count), Md , four of the finest cattle that hate
been lu the cltt for a ion time. I think them Ihe
best four cattle 1 hate ever slaughtered, lhate
slaughtered a great man) . but I think I have net er
seen the same quantity of flesh and fit un the same
I also lot lie the public to call and see them be
fore they are slaughtered. 'I bey can be seen on
TUFSDA Y next at my plate, cor uer of New Jersey
and New lork ateuues.
0C10-3t JOHN HOOVER.
' AMUSEMENTS. ,
TO-IIOfm -WAHIItNaTOS TIIEATHK,
Car. V ana jilnmM ui., near inn. menw.
TUESDAY EYBXIKO, A'otmttr Ulh.
of the Spanish Danseuse,
CUBA I CUBA I CUBA I
Who will make her seeoail appurana. 1. this eltr
la ta. irana jnimarj bhui svrama oi in.
In which she will sustain Three Characters:
MATMLUK UA JUJLJilV,
HENRI ST. ALME.
For two weeks Senorlta Cubas enacted this piece
to crowded houses at
NIXON'S CREMORNE GARDEN. NEW YORK,
and was unhesitatingly pronounced by tha press to
be far superior to any artista now on tne
American stage, and tha equal of tha
renowned Madame Celeste,
Cnbas lss st Drama,
Cwime 1st a Wild Arab Daaee,
Cnbas In st Spanish Danee,
Supported by the entire Dramatic Company! and
VVBAS BALLET TXOVPE.
Second appearance of the Fas etna ting and Dashing
In Brougham's Musical Burlesque or
In which the Popular Comedian,
F, B. CHANFRAU,
And the Entire Dramatis Company wilt appear.
A. It. DAVENrORT AS CArT. JOHN SMITH.
This niece will be produced with new scenerr.
properties, ., and placed upon the stare lathe
same style of grandeur as originally at Wallack's
iiicairc, iirw aura.
iunng ine piece, moss win exeeuie ner upanian
LA FLOR DE 8EVILO.
Sereral verr oooular aonra will be suma: bv Annie
vi Mara, m auiuv wuwh sum (fie ysjsm . mirwuu-
cliur "hi Does ta.W.asl,"."ABBtt Laurie,"
" Klnf of the Cannloal Islawla," amla.fir.ait Med-
"fc...... .. . . ...-
itiBvrcaciu. uaucr uv capvntsovu ranirv
ship of Wm. Withers. Jr.. will perform two Quad
meaiej urenurea, mtroaucuig ine joiiowina; airs:
" Rory 0More, "Oh, Summer NIAt." the Sare-
oaue irom iwd riNuais, " no una fa i9jm," " ins
Girl I Left Behind Me," and theeveMfulnr Cana
ry Bird Walts. . ,
wwii opvn ai ii 10 oonnsnes at n prveiswiv.
Box office oneB rrom 10 uatll a. whu aata lair
be secured. 0 not 10
LODIIIAH A AVERUE, NEAR SlXTK ST.
NEW Bills t NEW Bill I
The HIGH TEMPLE of
WIT AND BEAUTY.
This Is the recognised
STANDARD FLAGS OF AMUSEMENT.
SUCCESS Is emblaioned on our: Banners I
There Is no such word aa F JX with us.
OEOROE R. EDKHOX.
The talented Pantomlmlst, Comedian and Comic
Unabated success of the established favorite,
MISS JULIA MORTIMER.
To-night she will appear In New Songs,
Till; QIPSY'S LAY,
And as ZJztette, In the Farce of the SOLDIER'S
The Scottish Nlf htlnrale,
MISP AGNES SOUTHERLAND.
The beautiful Queen of Terpsichore,
MISS KATE PENNOYER.
First appearance of the pretty Danaeuae,
MISS FLORENCE RIVERS.
THE COURT OF BEAUTY.
Wile Ltixetta, Miss Florence Rivers,
Miss Llllle Brandon, MUs Lauretta,
Miss Jennie Allen, Miss Ella.
The most Versatile Performer living.
If you want to Laugh.'Juit coma and see the Fun.
ny Nigs. BOB HART and LEW SIMMONS,
ln thalr slde-epUttlng Drolleries.
THE aiPSY'8 LA.Y,
By Misses MORTIMER and PENNOYER.
Willie fcmmeraoo, J. Sylvas Clarke,
Master Johnny, Moos. SoL
IN A NEW BILL.
Performance to conclude with the laughable Farce
TUE SOLDIER'S RETURN.
George R.Edeaon as.,.., Nats
Miss Julta Mortimer.... as..,..,... Llttette
EVLL DRAMATIC COMPANY
Will appear. r
Doors open at tKl perfopaance.7i o'clock.
Admission, SA cents Orchestra Chairs, M cents,
CARD TO THE PUBLIC.
The public are respectfully informed that the
management, after weeks of labor and an lmmenae
outlay of capital, Is prepsred to present to the
Citizens of Washington, on
TUESDAY EVENING Neat, Nov. 11th,
SUBLIME HISTORICAL HIPPO-DRAMATIC
OF THE MEETING OF THE
SO VERSIONS of ENGLAND and FRANOEi
FIELD OF TUE CLOTH OF OOLD,
BRIGHT DAYS OF CHIVALRY AND BEAUTY
This paragon of pageants was gotten up under
the Immediate auspices of
JAMES M. NIXON,
At Franconl's Hippodrome, New York,
Where It has enjoyed an unprecedented run of
a 00 CONSECUTIVE NIQUTS.
It was subsequently brought out by him ln Boston,
New York, Philadelphia, Aew Orleans,
and Havana, creating ln each
city the most Intense ex
IMMENSE CONCOURSES OP PEOPLE
by reason of Its Novelty, Grandeur, and Extent.
It abounds with Historical Interest, and con
stitutes a SPLENDID LIVING DIORAMA
Glorious Scenes of Past Ages.
To give it all the eclat It Is entitled to,
ISO Men, Women, Children, and Uoraea,
will appear ln the
PROCESSIONS, PARADES AND FESTIVALS.
EXCITING GAME of the TILT and TOURNF.l
The BROADSWORD COMBAT
Bettoem EigH Armored Vavaliern
Caparlaoned War Steeds) the Strife between the
Black and White Knlgbta for the Crown of
Honor, and Hand of Beauty the
Dancing, Fencing, and Feats
of Dexterity, and the
Oil AND CARNIVAL
AT THE PALACE OF CALAIS,
Before the Royal Court and the Regal Guests, will
be git en In the same style and the nice ob
servance of historical accuracy that
msrked the success of the Field
of the Cloth of Gold on the
occasion of Its original
d"aata and places tan be secured t hres days ln
advance, without extra charge, upon making ap-
plication at the office of Nixon's
i'B vremorne urcus.
On Wednesday etcnlog, AM appearance ol
The Rnowufd Doctor of Demonolog) and Deif)
Ur JAS. L. THAYER'S BFNFF1T
1.M Ml RENT Desirable furnished rooms, (with
. board,) pUasantly located In Georgetown, ucar
the city oars. To permanent tenant, terms mode
rate. Apply at 161 West street, near High street,
Georgetown. nov 10 tt