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WASHINGTON. D. O.
MONDATimimmtimimNOVEMBIK 7, 18M.
FOIl VIOE PRESIDENT,
THK CRI1U WHICH THREATENED TO
DIVIDE THK miMDI OF THK DNION II
l imtL pr ttrvKir to surcitr jmt
ruuov wno is jtiib nr the Timr or
rmt rioctuuiTioH, or nr abt act or
I FROCLAIM FULL rARDON TO ALL WHO
OLEMNLY .WEAR TO HENCEFORTH F AITH-
fully lurroiiT, frotect, and defend
THE CONSTITUTION Or TUX CHITXD STATU
AND THK DNION OF THE STATU THERE
CNDEIL" ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
. I TTISH ALL MEN TO BE FREE. AaaA
arlac Lncou muAlxgUm, Oct. 10, 18M.
. ITATI AOKSd'Ea Uf WAIIIIQTO.f.
MmtdnuetttQ. Tafia, Pennejlvenla avc
nn, comer Berenth etratt.
OAle J. C. Wetmora, Peansvlvsnla avcnne.
corner BavenUi itnet.
IUioU limA3. T. Benedict, Pennsylvania
avenue, comer 8erenth street.
IdUnJ. W. Montfort, Ml E street.
JVswTort Col. 8. Nortu, 181 Pennsylvania
Pannsvlyanla Col. Roberta, 480 Eleventh
Michigan J. Tnnalcllff, corner E and
New Jeraev Colon tl RaffertT. 253 n ii.m(.
Dllaoia Col. Newton Crawford, S Patent
Connecllcut-Dr. W.M. White, Wlllard'a
Maine B. C. lllnda, 273 F street.
Vermont F. Holbrook, 4M Fourteenth
im George Cow'e, Fifth Andltor'a Offlcc,
"IT WE HOLD OUR OWN AND PRE.
VKHT ruilTHEIl MILITARY SUCCESSES
ON TOE PART OF OUR FOES, TnERE 18
EVERT PROSPECT THAT MoCLKLLAN
WILL BE ELECTED, AND HIS ELECTION
UPON THE CHICAGO PLATFURM MUBT
LEAD TO PEACE AND OUR INDEPEN
DENCE." C&srbtfm Itmvru.
"OUR SUCCESS IN BATTLE INSURES
THE SUCCESS OF McCLELLAN. OUR
FAILURE WILL INEVITABLY LEAD TO
IIIS DEFEAT." Clurlatm Courier.
TO TUB POLLS-OUU EAST APPEAL.
Before another Issue of onr paper the Tltal
location whether our country will be" all alave
or all free" will bo decided at the poUa.
We hare labored hard during thla caavase to
eiplaln to onr readera the facia developed in
the two platforma that adopted at Baltimore,
upon which Mr. Lincoln atanda, and that at
Chicago, upon which Geo. McClellan atanda.
Whoerer yotea for Mr. Lincoln rotea for the
preservation of our nationality, for the Union,
the Conttltntlon and lor Libibtt.
Whoever votca for McClellan volesTor the
deatructlon of our nationality, againtt the
Union and the Conttltntlon, aod for tbe ci
tenalon and pcrpetnlty of slavery.
We are now In the fourth year of civil war,
precipitated by Buchanan, who aupporta Mc
Clellan. The qneatlon la, than the war go on, or aball
It not I
The Importance of our contest depends on
what It ctuet decide.
It out decide whether tbla treat and IntellL
cent nation can govern Itself. Whether the
role of majorities muat cease.
Whether honest Industry shall bo made dLa
Whether free speech, the free press, and freo
schools must be given npl And whether we
shsll allow onrt;nemy to aubautnte for them
tbe patriarchal Influences of gag-law, slave-
pens, and overseer's whip!
Whether voir, "greasy mechanics," tou,
"hard-Hated farmers," and loo, "Northern
mud a nr," would not prefer to submit your
aelvea and your daughters to tbe lords of tbe
Whether the Flag of the Union aball here
after be an object of contempt to every for
elgner who tatta ua, and every rebel who bc-
' Whether we shall bo allowed to have the
wbolx of onr country, or only what the trai
tors do not want?
Whether we prefer national debt and national
dishonor; a broken Union) a crippled army) a
dishonorable peace, contempt abroad and hu
miliation at home, or honor maintained by war,
and peace won by victory?
Whether the Republic ahall bo saved or
These o,ueetlone must bo settled by the war.
Vote for Mr. Lincoln and they will be soon
settled and honorably aettled.
Vote for McClellan and disgrace will cover
our armies, and the "luestlons will never be
aettled) or, If settled at all, will be to the hu
miliation and dishonor of every loyalist.
Mr. Whiting, In summing up his grcst Bos
speech, most eloquently and truly aaldi
"WHO ABB TOB OIK. M'CLBUAll t
"No doubt that aome honeat and honorable
men will vote for him from motives of friend
ahlp, ot respect, or sympathy falling to ap
preciate the danger of the country or the con-
sequence of their votes (If there were any
chance of hi. election.) Their number la
wbo bt-ib! vrar von fob h'cuxtuii i
Every aonr old Whig who has abandoned
his principles and wio baa bean abandoned
KI.KOT10H, HOVKMDKIt , l..,
by (he people I
Every partlaan wno wanta office even at the
coat of national honor. All political turn
coats who have gone over Juat In lime to go
under. All bitter and aristocratic malighanta
who deny the right of the Almighty to use
lowlfjand humble men aa his Instruments for
earrlg hla people.
All hireling emissaries of foreign enemies
Including rich Jew bankers In New Tork. All
Southern secessionists in Canada and In Eng
land who have been kicked in disgrace from
the back door of the British cabinet. All for
eign enemies who detlro the downfall of thla
Republic. All who favor foreign Intervention.
All who rejoice over onr defeata and mourn
over our Victoria! All who pity, or dishonor
our soldiers, and rsfase to support the war,
All who pronounce the war a failure. All who
go for armistice, surrender and peaoe at
any price I All who still ding to slavery, and
would rather aee the Union go down, than
to aee slavery perish lAU military officer, who
have disgraced their epaulettes, and have been
dishonorably dismissed the service. All scoun,
drela pnnlahed for their Crimea by court-mar,
tial. All J orders and contractors who hare at
tempted to rob thoTreaanryt all well-marked
traltora in the North) all offlccra In tbe rebel
government. The entire rebel army who have
received newt of McCleilan'a nomination with
loud and continued ehonta of applanse. Who
ever, in his sober senses, wanta to Join such
associates, let him go.
Of those who will vote for Lincoln there are
none who deny the principles of the Declara
tion of Independence. None who bellevo the
Constitution a cheat and a sham. None who
Malt the power of slavery above the power of
the Union. None who oppose free spetch, the
free press, or free schools. None who think
that rich men ahould own laboring men, white
or black, at alaves. None who deem honest
labor aa dishonorable. None who would take
away from our army 113,000 colored soldiers",
while In front of tbe enemy, and return them
to rebel masters.
None who will ever give back to tlavcry4he
colored hero who has fought for the flag of
hla country. None who would prolong the
war by healtalieg lo destroy the curse of sla
very, which caused the war aud now sus-
taina It I Nona who have burned alck soldiers
while lying In their tents I None who have
shot or bayoneted wounded prisoners of war
while blsedleg on tho ground the dsy fol
lowing the surrender. None who have Inten
tionally burled prisoners of wsr alive I None
who by open war or sneaking treason aeek to
overtnrow the Government. None who ever
di'graced oMred upon the flag of bis country!
But every man ahould vole for Mr. Lincoln
who meana to fight It out until the last rebel
shall be conquered and the lsst s'ave made
free I" I
TO-MOnilOW AND TO-MOIMIOW.
In leea than thlrty-alx houra the momentoua
question will have been decided whether the
progreaa of free principles in thla country and
the world la to be continued straight onward,
or whether civilization must go backward and
the old battles of alavery be fought over again
during another half century. If George B.
McClellan should be elected to the Presidency
he will atralghtway proceed to restore the di
lapidated and worn-out system of slavery to Its
former dominant position In this country, and
we ahall again hear the whip of the lordly
Southern aristocrat cracked over the cowering
Democracy of the North. He will entrench
the peculiar institution In a strong position,
and fortify It at every point of approach, until
It ahall have regained sufficient strength to
fight over tbo ground where its former victo
ries were won, and lo make new aggressions
upon the civilization of the age. Slavery began
the war, and If McClellan ahould be elected it
will be the greatest victory alavery haa won
during the rebellion.
We are certain, however, that no auch dark
fate la in store for thla nation. It seems evl,
dent, from tbe course of events, thst the Ruler
of nstlonal aa well aa Individual deatlnlea haa
from the beginning directed the wafof the re
bellion In auch a manner aa to Insure the total
and i annihilation of that which caused
it. We cannot believe that George B. McClel
Ian will ever he permitted to throw up hla
breastworks around the Institution of American
slavery. Never will his political pick and apade
and hla engineering lore be brought Into requl
allion for auch a purpoae.
A fllQRIFJCAltT FACT.
That ererj coppcrbe-d and traitor la tbe
country U lnfwr of the election of George B
McClellan and oppottd to Abraham Lincoln I
That Sejmonr aent Ml agoota to the army to
forge Totea to procure the election of McClel
Don't forget that Beymour'i ageati, who at
tempted to procure the election of McClellan
byfranda and forgery of dead loyal eoldlera'
namei. W confuted thetr guilt and Urn ten
ItnctiX by a legal tribunal to te penitentiary for
VOTE FOIl UeOf.IUaI.AIf AND YOU
VOTK FOU VALIANDIOIIAU.
Don't forget that Vallandlgbam, upon irhoae
motion McClellan nomination waa made
unanlmoui, and who haa declared that he waa
the author of the ceaaatlon plank In tho Chi
cago platform, waa banlahed for treason and
haa been prored to be tbe grand commander of
a band of Northern conspirator.! WhoeYer
TOtea for McClellan votca for Vallandlgbam
UUit from City Faint.
The mall steamer Manhattan. Captain E. A.
l.ytbcr, arrUed tbla morning from City Point.
About three o'clock on Friday afternoon can
nonading waa beard on tbe left, which laatod
bat a abort lime. ETcrythlng la quiet at City
Thb Copperheads will dlaplay tbe national
colon tbla week, on the occasion of the elec
tion. They will be red with excitement when
tbe TOtlng commences, pale with dismay when.
the return begin to come In, and they will cer
tainly be Tery blue the next morning.
UniTin Butici Miaazwi. The NoTcm
tiernumbfr of this periodical, now become a
standard In military and naTal atTalra. baa been
recblTed by Hndson Taylor, 334 I'cnuiylTtnU
(Tor the National Republican.)
A DEW NUniKHV nAI.LAD,
roa even corrtaHCAns as at of Tcanxa vcaas.
aTaf a SOOff ol Baysaaur,
cook ef humble plat
Twenty thoussnd dead aarn
tut whan his crimes are-reilad,
Aod those pals thesis arrslf a bis soul.
What tuae wt 1 Sayaaour elsa I
Mae aoarta the rtba's,
offering brsad and hoasr.
D Imeat la committee
Down ta the army
The boya la aoldlsr clottif a
Cry "ballots for the Calon
And bullsts fonts foest"
B Y TELEOIU V II .
FROM TUB AOMYOFTIIB POTOMAC.
A Grand ilTUw-Ap1rUd Plckat Con.
.t-StotW of a Richmond ZJqnor
Dtalir Mnch nt of Spirits
Corrt spoodsnee of the AsioeUted Trias.
IlKADQ.UAl.TVM ArMT Or TH1 POTOMAC,
Nor G The lit dlTlaton of the 3d corps cow
commanuea oxuen. niuos. was renewed res.
terday by (Jen. Hancock, and presented a fine
appearance. This dlrlslon haa been largely
reiniorcea uy recruns, ana is now oneoi me
largos, in ue army.
(Jen. Hancock was enthusiastically cheered
as he rode along the line.
After the rerlew the principal offlccra present
adjourned to Gen. MUce'sAarters. whcrelheT
partook of a collation andTpcnt an hour In so
There was finite a llTelr time between the
picKeiaon me lert 01 me une rnaey nighi,
resulting In the loes of a few men on each aide.
Yesterday a good deal of artillery firing took
place near the Jerusalem plank road, but with
out loss to us. Last nlgbt tbe pickets In tbe
same vicinity opened fire shortly, after dark,
and kept It up shsrply all night. At about 11
p. m., tbe rebels attempted to advance tbelr
picket Una here, to recover some ground whlci
our men took last sight, but our soldiers, being
wide awake, made stern objections, aud for an
hour or two the exbsnge of compliments In tbe
shape of lead was quite hoary.
Thla Is the old contested ground near hat
waa called Fort Hell, where firing has bee-, al
most Incesssnt for three months, and the place
4Va$ TeryapproprlatelTd'Mgnated, for a hotter
or more undesirable locality could scarcely bo
found this side of the region known by that fa
A citizen of Richmond arrived within our
lines yesterday morning, having left Ibat city
four days ago. Ue was in tbe liquor business,
but fearing that tbe aulhorltlca would soon
seize and put htm in the army, he concluded
to take an unceremonious departure. lie tells
tbe old stories of want and destitution In Hicb
mond of garotere operating nightly In, tho
streets, the nigh price of all necessarloe of life,
etc. lie also says tbe rebels In front of Peters
burg are busy mining under our works, but at
what point could not be ascertained, as a strict
f;nard Is kept In the vicinity anno one al
owed near tbe place, excepting those engaged
In tbe work. Very little faith Is placed In his
All Is quiet throughout tbe line.
V. D. McQrioob.
Front Grant and BbJrldyu
in xunaw alula u AIUIJ IjUilHVUUCUCO
reports all quiet with Gen. Grant's army. Gen.
Gregg has been promoted to Brovct Msjor
Letters of the Slat, from Sheridan's army.
report that a small rebel cavalry force crossed
the north fork 6f the Shenandoah on the SOlb,
and proceed c4 In the direction of Luray Court
Uouse. "A. dispatch of the lh Instant, from tbo 10th
army corps, states that Early's army Is reor
ganizing at New Market. Reinforcement of
conscripts hare been sent to hlnrln consider
A Martlnsbnrg dispatch of the 2d states that
Mosby made an assault on the lit on our pick
ets. Intending to stampede our animals, but
mcy were unsuccessiui.
From Ifaw Orleans Operation near
Nw York. Not. 6. A Now Orleans letter
mentions a naTal expedition ur tbo small In
lets near Mobile, which secured considerable
grain, cattle, Ac. A large rebel forco was ro-
forvea a. uiiuton, ia., unaer wen Aaams.
Ire hundred more prisoners aro to be cl
IMI-ORTAUT MIUTABT ORDKB3 MROLMET OF
Niw Yob k. Not. 5. Tbe steamers Etc nine
Star and Merrlmac have arrived from New
Orleans, with datea to the SOth ult.
Important mllltarr orders were published In
New Orleans. One proTidos for tbe commence
ment of the enrolment In tbe Department of
the Gulf on the 31st of October. All persons
not reporting th em t elves will be arrested and
fiunisnea. Auomer commanas uie cuy auiuor
tlea to close all cambllnjr hottecs In tbe city,
Gamblers who ply tbelr buslnesa after the lit
oi novembcr win Deassirneu to active regi
ments as teamiters or cooks. Another pro
vides ror raisme two coiorea volunteer reel'
ments within tho city and neighborhood of
Cilucoox Dstot, N. Y., Not. G. Last
night's express train from Dunkirk, ran off
the track this morning at this station, In con
sequence of the displacement of a switch. The
engine and baggsge car and two passenger
cars were thrown down an embankment and
the fireman and several passengers were killed
and a number wounded. Among the killed
was Thomas Clark, of tbe New York post
Naw York, Not. 5. The Klchmond '..
quirer of the 31 has a dispatch datod near Ply
mouth, North Carolina, October 31, statlngi
"After three days' bard fighting, tbe enemy
f issaed up Middle river and came down tbe
toanoke river this morning. Gen. lieker
fought until the enemy's gunboats passed our
forts and dismounted all our guns In the har
bor. An evacuation was then ordered, n hlch
waa accomplished under a severe shelling."
Dy the above It appears thst the Union forces
went up a channel which took them above
Plymouth, enabling them to come down an
other channel commanding tbe rear of that
Tbe Klchmond Whin of the .Id elves the
number of Union forces in Esst Tennessee, and
says that Morrlstown, where the rebel Gen.
Vanzhn Is said to have suffered a reverse, los
ing four pieces of artillery, is thirty-seven mllu
east of tbe KnoxTtlle, and the East Tennessee
railroad runs by it. Vaughn is reported now
The Examiner ot tbe 3d hss Jacksonville,
Ala., advices of the 27th, stating that Hood's
army left there on the 22d, and by the 25th bad
completed tho crossing of the Tennessee river.
ine reoeis naa securea, uey say, ociure crust.
loir, some elsht thousand fine beeves.
The track from Dalton had been torn up by
nooa lor uuny-nve mues, to wuuin mree nun
dred varda of Reeaca. Beauregard left Jack-
eoavUio soon after the army, aud he was to
take. command In the field.
An Alexandria, Louisiana, (rebel) letter
shows that the rebels In that vlclnltv are suffer
ing terribly for the wsTnt of the necesiarlea of
life, and predicts starvation before tbo closo of
Tbe authorities of Mobile have ordered tbe
enrolment of negroes.
Tbe Richmond Examiner of tbe 3d says that
Northern cities are swarming with refugees
from Dixie, their principal rendezvous being
New York, where Uatler and Knox, who robbed
the rebel treasury of about a million dollars,
are now locatod.
Br. Louis, Not. 5. The steamer White was
sunk at Island No. 10, on the Mississippi river.
She was valued at 1160,000, and Insured for
$80,000. The cargo waa principally on Govern
ment account, and Is probably a total loss.
The steamer Randolph was sunk yesterday
at the mouth of the Illinois river. Los not
Cbicauo, Nov. 4 The glue worka of Sahl
Brothers A Ltchtall were destroyed by lire last
plght. The loss U 1109,000, with no insurance.
UKIIUnATIOir OF UBlt. MeCLKlXAZI,
Up to the hour of olug to press McClelian's
resignation of his commission as Major Gen
eral had not reached headquarters, and be goo
to the polls as one of "Lincoln's hirelings,
after all. t
Cantitra oflllockado Itunbcr.
Tho Nary Department haa telegraphic dis
patches from Rear Admiral Du D Porter, com
mandlng North Atlantic Blockading Squadron,
announcing tho csptnret)f two moro steamers
off Wilmington the Lucy and tbe Annie. The
Lucy was captured on the Slst Inst., by the
Ssntlago de Cuba, having a cargo of 414 bales
of cotton and 25 tons of tobacco. She was built
In Liverpool by Jones, Qulggan & Co.. Is an
Iron or steel side-wheel steamer of about lire
hundred tons, and similar 6 the Bsnshee, cap
tured some time slnco.
The Annlo was captured on the Slst ultimo.
by tbe Wilderness and Nlpbou, having a cargo
of SIB bales of cotton, 30 tons or tobacco, and
15 barrels of turpentine. She waa built by
Dudgeon, of London, Is a double-screw Iron
steamer of about four hundred tons, and of tbo
samo class as tbo Don. This Is theninth ves
sel buttt by this party which has boon cspturcd
The Dcpsrtmcnthas also received Intelligence
from Admiral Farragut of the capture, on tho
15th ult., of tho Mexican schooner Louisa, four
miles south of St. Lools Pass, with an assorted
Also, on tho 19tb ult.of the three-muted
schooner Emily, while attempting to run out
of St. Louis Pass, laden with about one hun
dred andjhlrty bales of cotton.
lijiu tneso captures wore maae oy me united
States steamer Mobile, Acting Volunteer Lieu
tenant P. 01 ran J commanding. Tbey wore
sent to New Orleans for adjudication.
Admiral FarrSgnt also reports tbe capture of
thu British schooner Louisa by the UaltcdJ
BUtc steamer Chocura, Lieutenant Com
mander R. W. Meade, Jr., with a general cargo.
The Louisa belongs to Nassau, and was
ostensibly bound from Hsyana to Matamoras,
but when discovered was heading for Aransas
Pais. She has been sent to New Orlesns for
Hood Compelled to make a llald In Tcn-
u , by Threat of hla Troop
An officer of tho Mississippi Squadron, In a
private letter from Chattanooga to a friend,
states that a largo portion of Hood's army has
crossed at Florence, for an Invasion of Middle
and East Tennessee. Gen. Gross's brigade had
gone to Athens to head him off. Deserters say
his army suffers from wboletfalo desertion, and
that It va his Intention to moTe south, but
was prevented by tbe threats of tho soldiers to
desert, if he did not give them tbo promised
rsld in East Tennessee. Bhcrmanls pursuing,
Gross flicking, and Thomafaheal.
Destruction of Vr.lu.bl SH Work.
Tho Navy Department has Intelligence from
Acting Rear Admiral Btrlbling, of tho East
Gulf Blockading Squadron, to the effect that
on tbe 5th andCthof October, an expedition
from the fleet, under command of Acting En
sign Henry Cason, succeeded In destroying
valuable salt works belonging to the rebels
near Bt. Andrew's bay, Florida. Among tho
articles destroyed were 50 boilers and 113 ket
tles for salt making, COO bnehcli of salt, 31
wagons and several carts, 500 cords of wood,
150 buildings, dwelling houses for tbe em
ployees, sheds, storehouses, &c.
Admiral S. recommends the promotion of
SurTltorat of tho Tc iim sc h
Admiral Farragut, In a dispatch to tbe Navy
Department, ststca that by Hag of truco the
names are learned of four men who swam
ashore from tho Tecumsch, and were taken
prisoners by tho rebels on the 5th of August.
They areGeorgeC. Overton, or Owl 6 ton, J.
Loughrcy, P. McfJinnU, aud Parrel, and
that they were sent from Mobllo to Amerlcus,
Toe Gold Market. The speclo shipments
of this moraine explain the firmness of tbo
gold market during the week. Tbe export by
lo-dapJ steamers amount to $l,OG0,lV0, the
largest export upon one day made for several
months past. Uhcso largo shipments are due
cmcuy to me aisirusi in duis or exensnge,
under the unsettled state of affarsln Eurotie.
inepaymcui oi inter ee. upon me novemutr
coupons of Five-twenty bonds, held In Europe.
may also have contributed particularly to swell
,. . .. . ..
tbe shipments: but there Is nothing to show
thst any large amount haa been sent forward
upon mat account. ,aw j or vommerciai a
TriE Campaign at thi West. Tho ntter
defeat of Price In Missouri Insures the States
of Illinois and Indiana for Lincoln If they were
doubtful before. The horde of Boutbcrn
refugees and rebel sympathizers In that State
wbo have built tbelr hopes upon the success of
rnce invasion oi .Missouri aro uisneancnea
and depressed. We learn, from a gentleman
wjbo Is superintendent of one of the Western
roads and has recently traveled extensively In
that section, that since tho exposure or tbe
conspiracy of the Sons of Llbortv. tho current
of public opinion has set moro and moro
strongly in uvor or mo uovernmeni. ana wm
undoubtedly completely overwhelm copper1
head Ism at the presidential election. Not a
single cstcrn etate will vote ior aicuiciian,
except, possibly, Missouri.
Forgbd Ballots Abbivibo nous. We aro
Informed that a citizen pf this county, residing
In Moravia, hss received a soldier's vote pur
porting, from the affidavit on tbo outside of
tbe inner envelope, to be that of his son, who
was killed In tbe public service nearly two
cars aco. The father Is a Democrat, aud has
voted hitherto with his partyi but this year ho
intends to vote for the Union, a fact not un
derstood, probably, by those wbo sent him tbe
iicittw Auourn (,.v. x.j uauy Aavcriw r,
Lous.illb as a Toiucco Mabt. The
Louisville Journal states that there were 63.3-33
hogsheads of tobacco sold In that city during
tbe year w bleb closed on November 1st., and
tbo stock now on hand Is 7.031. The Increase
of sales o ir last year Is 20,610 hogsheads.
PK US ON AC
CiuriiiN Gatlobd delivered an excellent
addreii upon tbe Imum of lh boor, at th Union
League room., U.t stent, from Pialma 6$ 10. We
are (lad to learn that b Intend to keep up hi
eloquent ana imuueiiv uauy cveaiag mi
course during tbe winter.
Ciiief Ehoinsib Allah C. Btimxbs, the In
ventor of the Usbtflraught monitors. ad wbo ha
(or a loox Umebeea tubel to the Tun.te Iron
clad, la now atttetted to th eorew frigate Wahaih.
1 he c hinge ha txn mad In oniequence of th
111 health of Mr. Stimtr.
Louisa Pins, tho prima donna, lately ap
peared at the benefit of a London actor In a apeak
log part la "Poor mileoddyV
PRor. Pei-1'sb, who discovered the ghost U
IuiIod, io popular on the stag a year or o ago,
1 again glvUg leiture la London. After oneol
tbe,,fitaiuorj(.bOBt,w Introduced In the
large theatre, anil, having (I rat lurptlMd the audi
ence by th awfully ipeetral character of th tllu
eloD, the ghoet atllf further aatonlabei then by hla
mr reloua performance on the vlolio, which elicit
ed abouti of epplauie. Th spirit of the great
maeatro wa rtprcuntcd by Mr. Levey, a London
PiTumTirn .t A n. n.iTpn. nf Mtssonrl.v
uhn has hern an tatramw aniteinable lnasalatlna
that NaaH -Imk ITntr.n Al-.FItVln flcllltatlnf NCW
'.".'iv'i'off fS.'iIi.&.'l'UuuJa tl'i ,mXn,iW115!
Copy of ea .article !KbHhd llb New York
Kxprf e oo Ihurader, Nov. I, IMS
Monn jniFMiia witu 'soldikhv
fSneital dleoaten to th New York Cxorei 1
WAsniioToi,Nov.,3. There ts reason to
believe that a different dlapoeltlott Is made In
ue Washington posi omce oi ino eoiaiers' dsi
tou passing through It from tbe army of tbejbowd Csptaln Thompson and crow, or the
Potomac. AU envelops containing such ba$ffchoon.r Otteik, (rom Bsngor for Gcm
lots and btarina on their fad certain frank
marking them as the cover of Republican bal
lot, are rarwaraca a; oocoio mcir acsuna
AIL others are detained or tent tt tU room of
Mr,yamei a. jtimeaytn irutata tiainuigum
pott otc4. What means this discrimination In
sorting the mails? Why are tbe Republican
franked ballots forwarded home, and tbe Dem
ocratic ticket retained In Washington! We
call" upon the Postmaster General. Dennlson.as
Governor of Ohio, who knows something of
of the qualities of McClellan, not to allow the
udil7u oiaice mam io do thus tampered wun.
Italics In the Erpreti article.
rosT Orricx, Wash ihotoh Citv, TJ. C., I
November 4, IBSL I
E4itort of the EvenltErrmitf York City t
GufTLBMt My attention baa been called to
a dispatch published In your paper of the 3d
Instant, purporting to be from this city, charg
ing 1bat a different dlapoaltlon la made In tbo
Washington city poat office of the soldiers
ballots psislog through It from the Army of
tbe Potomac," that "all envelopes containing
such, ballots, and bearing on their fact certain
franks, marking them as thecoma 4f Repub
lican ballots, are forwarded at once to their
destination (' mat "all others are detained, or
tent to th room of Mr, Jdmet A, Kennedy, In the
laid Washington post ojflce,
Now, every word contained In theso allega
tions IsTalse, and the individual, be ha who he
may, that sent tho dlspetoh, Is a villainous
liar, a cowardly scoundrel, who evidently ex
pected to draw putljc attention from the real
frauds recently exposed In relation to the New
Tork soldiers vote by charglngfraud on hon
I assert, without fesr of successful contra
diction, that no distinction has ever been made
with any of the soldlers'J votes received from
th Army of the Potomac, or any other source,
but all have been forwarded alike; that there is
not in the office, or in the possession or cus
tody of any clerk or other person attached to
thysjOlce, a single soldier's vote, exceptiog
thoTo received by tbe last mall from the Army
of tbo Potomac and those dropped In the office
fortnallloir since six o'clock this morning, all
of which will bo sent forward by the mall this
aitcrnooni inai air. nennoay ana mo oiner
clerks In the office do not know, and never
haro known, tbo Republican from the Demo
cratic ballotj and that all persons connected
with the office have been Instructed by me and
by tho chief clerk to so conduct the business of
mailing and forwarding all soldiers votes ns
that M) suspicion of favoritism could possibly
attach to this office.
In this city, where Mr. Kennedy is known
and haa resided over sixty years, forty of which
he has held responsible positions In the city
post office, the libel will receive no credence,
nor will any man here believe that Mr. Tree,
tho chief cleric, who has served tbe "public so
raitotuuv tor tnirtv-seven vears. and acrainst
whom not a shadow of suspicion ever existed,
would remain In the office a single day were
such offences allowed to bo committed.
Bhame on the lying scoundrel who would at
tempt to villi fy the well-earned reputation of
such men as these1 Bhame on the Journal that
would publish such accusstlons without first
ascertaining whether they are true or falsel
I respectfully request that this denial may bt
published In tho Erprttt, thst the antidote may
follow the bane. Also, that the accompanying
statement of Mr. Tree and Mr. Kennedy may
be published at the samo time. Justice to thla
office, as well as to the gentlemen directly Im
plicated, requires thla much at your hands.
iruiy yours, &c.
B. J. BowiTf, Postmaster.
The original, of which the above and fore
going Is a copy, was mailed to the editors of
tho Evening Ezpreu on November 4, 1801, and
went by the COO p. nw train. The Express,
however, did not publish It, but passed it by
with a brief editorial paragraph.
8TATBMENT OP MB. TBIB AMD MB. BIKflDT
I'OIT OrriCE,WA!II!fOTOH ClTV, D. U , I
November 4, 184. (
We, Lambert Tree, chief clerk, and Jam ea A.
Kennedy, superintendent of tho floor of this
office, do hereby certify that we do not know,
and havo never known, the Republican from
the Democratic votes roceired la this office
from soldiers lu the Army of tho Potomac or
elsewhere, and never havo, seen the enclosure
of an envelope of a soldier's vote, that In all
cases such votes have been treated alike, and
nave oeen mauea ana lorwaraea without ais
crimination In favor of any t and that tbe clerks
In the office havo been Instructed solo mail and
forward soldiers letters that no suspicion ot
partiality should attach to the ofllce.
We further stste that we have read a dispatch
published In tho New York Evening Express, of
the 3d Instant, containing allegations against
the oflco In connection with soldiers' votes,
and here declare that every one of thorn Is false
ana iiocious. l.. i rex, udici uieric.
Jaubs A. Kexbedt, Supt.
Troops Ari-lrtna; la Now York.
New Yobk, Nov. 7. Five transports with
troops arrived tnia morning.
From llarana, Stexieo aud NaieauTIi
New Yobk, Nov. 7. The steamer Liberty
uringB iiavsna uaica lotuo -a lUBiani.
Advices from Mexico-say Doblado was told
that bo was at liberty to return to his country.
out, uie property wa sudjcci to wo aetcrmina
tlon of Maximilian.
Tho blockade-runner Flora arrived fromNas
sau on the 20th ult.
Tho Bahama Herald of the 20th ult. reports
lue arrival oi mo nansneo, co, y,i irom Wil
mington, also that the steamers Florte and A,
E. Fry cot ashoro outsldo of Charleston.
Tho Wando and Talisman left oort on tho
-tjid, out nae not oeen neara irom.
'incisttcy Anuairaac ana vircinia nave ar
Nassau papers are dcbatlne the Idea of bolnir
declared a free port, only exacting an Import
duty of one and one quarter per cent, on all
Anticipated llald of Ilebcla from Canada.
Si's.'xusios IIripoi, N. Y., Nov. 0. There
Is much excitement on the American side of
tho river In consequenco of tho anticipated
raid. Citizens aro arming and goods and
other valuables are being removed to places of
safety. A special train with troops Is expected
Bi rr alo, Nov. 0. The following Is an ex
tract from a letter received to-day by the editor
of the Eprtss from Dunnville, C. W., dated
the Mh tnstantt
"Look out for a raid on Buffalo from To-'
ronto and Hamilton on Tuesday next. Tbe
advance guard Is at Fort Erie and Suspension
Bridge, or will be on Monday. Their head-
Quarters aro at Toronto. Borne leading Cana
tans direct the raiders, who aro not all South
erners." The letter Is signed John B. Uolbroy.
Two Gunboat Dlaabld by lLbtl llalte
rlee, Abandoned and Blown Up Ueu,
c ho A eld In Com in aud at JoknaonvIUe
Oond tlon of Hood's Army,
Nashville, Nov. 0. Yesterday at daylight
the gunboat Undine, captured by the rebels a
few davs since, came through the shute at Rev
noldsbUrg Island and landed tho rebel troops
on board who then fired her and left. At 8
o'clock the gunboats Key West and Elfin
steamed aown near the west siao jteyuoia-a
Island, from, Jobnsonvllle and engaged the
fAhf1 hrtttrt(artf i.TViVind VtrMttM. TDft aTOn-
boats were driven back badly damaged to
JebnsonvlUe, and at 3 p. m. the enomy's bat
teries opposite, above and below Jobnsonvllle,
opeueaou moaissDieq gunoji. uy i.
nnndfid until their ammunition was exhausted.
when they were abandoned and blown up. The
crewa are at the fort at Jobnsonvllle.
This morning the rebels commenced crossing
on the hosts of the Undine, about five mile
above JohnsonvlUe. two fiat boats also being
used. No fighting has taken plac to-day. The
rehela are en faffed in burvlnir their dead. Gun
boats from Paduoah are In eight, and reinforce
ments have arrived, uen, ocnoneia taites com
maud of the Dost of Jobnsonville.
I InLslllirence from below Florence states that
I .. at.rt AftlftA'a artn atlltl innlVnfl
1. oul ' nUom DI t'otUDg, and SllU-
nave; ot tho PiratafChlekamaagA. I
CaptaKoixon. report having been beaded J
laUlnds 40 dtp;. 30 tola., loinltuils 09 dag. 10
mln aod, having ladj- an a child paaaen.
(do piraM voic.iuauKB, ubihm tn.kw., ...
ger. was bonded for 118,000, to be paid In gold,
.!'. .1I.iaJ Ia nrnMA.I niw talrlftn rtti
wiu viaw auuncu vu i'iwvv .. .n
lowrrfaince aDinaoneu. i
Tho acbooncr flooiiapeoa, bsroro reported as
destroyed bf the Tallahassee, was destroyed ly
Tho bark Victoria, from Mlrauoanc, reports
that on tho Slat ultimo, lalltudo S5 doR. S3 inln,,'
longitude 73 del. 03 mlo., she ssir a vessel on
Are. Irarnod to the walor'a ede, snnpoeed to bo
or 300 tons.
Nw Yomt, Nov. 0. Th. steamer America,
from Southampton on tho SOth ult., has ar
rived. The ship Senator, arrived at Qneenstown, re
ported having been boarded by tho pirate
Florida September 13th, latitude 0 north, lon
gitude 35 vest.
The fotlowlnghonses have suspended! Hoald
A Gocre, fSO.OUOi J. raddlngton, foreign pat
ent agent, 30,000; Duckworth ds Co., nine
merchants, liabilities Isrirei Wolf A Shuck,
suspended !labllltlM,S5,O0O. Tho Tlmtt eaya
the tone of tho money market la gradually
strengthening. Consols 83J08U1. I'.cbct loau
BorriLo, Nov. 5. II haa been telleblr as
certained that the nroneller Goorfflane haa been
porch ased by the rebels In Toronto, and Is being
strengthened and armed somewhere on the
Canada short, for the purposo of sinking tho
steamer Michigan, and for piratical excursions
gsncrally on .or coast. She waa ostensibly
Eurchased by a hooso In Toronto for tho turn
ECjttade. She camo to Buffalo harbor on tho
31 instant, to havo somo part oT her machinery
rcDalredMiut left without anv description of
freight. Wo aro prepared for her hero.
sTha Plot to Buna DuflTalo.
ncrriLo. N. T.. Nor. 6. A letter received
thla mornlnv from a friendly Canadian, dated
JJrummondvlUe, near Niagara, gives the par-
ucuiara oi too ueaigueu raiu ob iiuuaid, woicn
only failed, he aaya, through the promptoeas
of our authorltlea. Two Confederate officers.
named Mack and Dlnnlo, naa cnargo ot too
AH arranecmente were completed, insvuaa
a hundred men in Buffalo, who had been com
ing In for a week previous, and were scattered
anoui tno city in aiuenmt ooaruuig pi.ee. At
a slenal these mon. by means ot-Orcck Are,
weretorlro the city.
Though the plan has failed, It la not entirely
abandoned, and they swear they will yet de
Troopa lent t How York.
Naw York. Nov. 0. Tho Olh, 7lh, and 10th
Connecticut regiments, under Gen. Ilanley,
arrived here to-day, with orders to report to
Oen. Butler. It Is understood they aro tor gar
From Uletourl Utrmalukt -nil Cabcl
Bettt to Johnaon'a Ialanu.
St. ljirai. Nov. i. Mai. Gen. Marmadukc.
Brig. pen. Cabel, and four rebel colonels, cap
tured by Oen. Fleasanton at the battle of Ossge,
left hero yesterday for Johnson's Island.
irrom six to cixm rucucs oi auuw iui uviu
The Elsctloa Frauds-Arrest of an Army
t)r.a KTna fl FmWK flf t AM f 1 . ff tllM
179tb Nov York volunteer, was arrested hero
and sent to Washington tbo day before yester
day, on a charge of being Implicated In tbe
soldiers voting frauds. Tbo Eiprett Lbls mov
ing editorially stales that frauds In tbo soldle,
votes have been discovered In this city
Fir at Concord Zf. II
f.An.n XI t Wa A S.w.1 LtilUIn.
VU.ilJniii Al itis siuit 1 usiwai VUUUU15.
In tbe vicinity of tho passenger railroad depot
were destroyed by fire last nlgbt. Tbo loss
amounted to 1 75.000. Among tbe sufferer ere
Lewis Downing h Bon. Ilaynca & Baker. J. L.
Jackson, Dearborn & Co., u. F. Duncklo, and
otners. me stauio oi tno rim uouso was aiso
destroyed. Tbe property was mostly insured.
ALaeobFibi. A Church in Danger attd a
Congregatttn Alarmed Laat D'ght about 9 o'clock,
a Are broke out la the lars feed eiUMUhment of
J. J. AUrlch a Co.. situated at tbe Uteraeetton of
Indiana aveout, Caad Seeond atreeti. Tba flr
orlsloated in the louth part of th butldlnr, which
wae aandwlchedby tbe warehoui and tbe etable,
ad rap dlf spread, enveloping th whole retabllBh
mtotla flamee. aod eommuaieatlDf with the ad
JololDf carpenter ihop.occupiM bj Mr. J. E. Wal
ker, and owned bjr Mr. Charles BMeler. Th quick
irowthofth (Ire, which waa, it la lupposed, tbe
act of aa laeeadlaiv, la mainly due to th tight con
butuble material la atore, oonslitlDf ofnejr aud
fraln, aod th rUme-leedlof character of th a true
ore, which waa eh W flr wooden. Th lumber yard
of F 8. EUti fc Co adjoining Trinity church, was
alio the eeeo of the conflagration.
la the atables of Mcaara. Aldtloh Si Co. were flv
pleodld draught horae and a very valuable cow,
which were ruttrely eonaumed. Tbe eatlmated
worth ot thehoieea wa Site each, two dogi,
which kepi watch, were alio burned to death, on
of which mad a deaperat itruisl to extricate
hlmieif from th flames, and wa found at a front
window, wber he had been pawing to get fret.
Th hay and teed amounted la value to mare than
S30O00. A conatf crabl quantity of th hay ad
tuet been atored away on Saturday evening. The
looks of ihe ettablUhme'nt being nightly removed
y wr. Aiurivu vo uib rcaiucuoe. were ioriuaatiy
taved. aa wae alao a bone which had been aent to
a veterinary aurgeon on Siturday for treatment of
a loo.eneaa. Everything fla waa entirely de
stroyed. lmra wii but a nartlal loaurance on the mon-
erty,whlh amounted to tU.ooo. Thla will only
cover about half of the lot. The Insurance eoa
faoif laterea ea are ins Atlantic, or Brooklyn.
he Home, of New Haven. Conn , tbe Fulton and
North American, of New fork.
The carpenter shop adjoining wa deatroyed, but
the toola having been naaaedoo Saturday, tu
end of the week, thevwere auUklv removed and
saved. Moat of the carpenter work, oomiattng of
wiauow iramca anu iiinu,wu aaTeu. ineuam-
R IO tQB lOal)r Ot sT. B. Mil A sV , Wat! ailRa.,
amoaaiing, pcroapa, io juj, on wmen mrre ia do
WLen th alarm of flr wae given by a pedes
trian. Mr. Aldiieb, who realde near by, Imme
diately haittned to the scenct and. In company
with the Junior member of the Arm, began to
break open th etable-door.navlojr forgotten lu the
aurryoi in moment io procure inancy.
eral minute a befor the door wa forced open,
and in flame nd wan aucn neaawey tnat io
save the dumb animal wa tmpoaalbl.
No policeman wai near at the time ta give the
algnal from tbe alarm-box. This la owing to the
amaltneaa of the foiee for auoh a lrge precinct a
tbeLUcbth la. A algnal wa sounded from th
seventh precinct, but owing to aome eonfuilen
the wrong number reached the oentralofflce. When
the proper number waa aacertalned, th alarm wa
eounded from th central offlc, and la twenty-two
eoonda aeveral engine were on th ground.
me eoniuaioaoi aiguaia ia owing ie in police
men's want of inatructlona, half of whom are not
famlllarlted with th te'eg raph svatcm which ha
ao recently been introduced iuto the eltv.
Th congregation of Trinity church were wor-
nippingatuie umeoi ineouioreaiioi " hiv. vt,
Kajtor. tha rator. waa lnlha aat of nrcachlng,
and about In the middle or hi dlicourae. Ulea
war heard on thatret, butwer unheeded by
tbe audience, wbo supposed It to oe ioi oieena
nalian vantloe. . , . ,
Several disturbed the wonblppere br leaving
th church to etc what tbe row might be. Prea
ntly th chorlaUra and avral gallery oecupanU
Xw th flimii gleaming through th ehanoel win
dow, and, thinking that th rear portion of th
.hiiuk ua. nn Mr, thav ruihad down the tain.
when the whol congregation wa thrown into
conetarna tlon many almlag for th door om
falling on tbelr knee a few coolly and quietly re
maining eeated, and aome fainting andawooolax
aim if tha Chilian eathedral' doom waa that
of Trinity. Tha ruah to tbe door reaulted, webe-
Uere, lnoo aeiiaeot, pronaDiy owing lomeaoi
aninar tar nr ill rtt m vouna- trtntleman In the arallerv.
wbo roi. Neptune-Uke, and rld out, No dan-
arnr'M frnmurhluh mavnv irAtharAd eomfort.
Th tbcai of Dr. Keeling1 dlnouraa waa the
flnUlainavaai nl all aartk'ai .vtntanta. and their ' DaiB
log away" character. He had given glowing d
crlptlonaof planetebalog erlmplad into nihility
a to wholes, ot aaUrolde. and th flaming bodie
which traverae epaae, to which an elderly lady had
paid peel a 1 attention. When th congregation
ruahedout ah immediately fainted, aadupon re
covering laid l '! wlah Dr. 'Keeling wouldn't
preach any or about nr-p.ania."
a j I I
Thb Drift. The Board of Enrolment dis
ani a ha fntlrMarlnr aaaea tO-daT I
Urtt iua-DWrift Henry C. Stewart, under agej
Tboma BlcNanirurnlabsd subatltute.
Fifih SulhDUtrlctAvtwu rgu, furnlahed
Seventh Sub DMrict Alfred Cumberland, fur
nlaaed Bubatltut. .. ....
1 wtilh Sub.Dittritt Wii. I. Ipedden, paid com
mutatloa In 18S3,
PaarD. Jnbi Chester, nf tbo 4th Virginia
1.UIW '"" " . . a., a- .v.. f'-
"" J J wa. wmmlllaJ I., II.. UI1 al'ltol l.v
U.1. latr.ua..,, ,.vo.a....l..l.
aajgto fgi ffJSnKiZ
a lata I lbr faiksr, Eaq I o Waah
danahler el tna II
v " . . . ..
oonnantea wlih aome floa voealaad iatpaeoia
mnata, by a roan, ladr and her two brotbtp-
. runt ...is for main
fTPaM'o PhMli Th CmmUte on,
th Election of n Publl School Building in th
Klnt eebool DUtrlflt" In? lie th archlt of thla
and other eltle to present plans for a school
building. A lultable reward wilt b given for the
plan adopted. Any de tired information In refer
eae to th earn will b rnUhed by the Mayor,
(ft by J. P.Turton, l, No. 131 II itreet north,
between Twenty-flrat and Twrnty-eecond atreet
weat. J. O. WIUON, Seeratary, M ,
No. 191 New Tork avenue
nol-o8w bet. Twelfth and Thirteenth at.
rt-TJi nest reRUtar Hanthljr HtlBr
ofthe Board of Truatee of the Public iehools will
he held oaTOESDAV NXT, th 8th lnatant, at
6 W o'clock, p.m.
noS.it R. T. MOR3ELL, teertary.
kXT lTlret Ward. The trabMtiriera ta tha
National Ht public ah tnhe Flrat Ward, who
iav been neglected by former carrier, and who
Jeatra to continue, will pleaae leav their order
at the Book and Periodical Store of EDWARD
WAITS No. mx Penoiyivaala aveoue, between
SevcateraU, and fclghteenth atreeti, and they will
be served promptly and regularly. nort-tf
at-Thi aCaaat Vatatalnartn blnrolaaad
Johnaoa Club will bald a regular meeting E VKRV
TUESDAY EVENinO. at Odd Fellowa Hall, at
7 o'clock. All true lovers of th Union favor
oi to tb election oruncoin anu onnaon are in
vited to unit with th oiub.
WM, DIXON, rrealdent.
J at. C. PPLtw, facretary. ettttf
tj- Sborcviland iveiter-ABjr lroia
ranulHnr the aervleea of A extrlenced Short
hand Writer In preparing Important papers, may
bear or on by applying in tb Editorial room or
thi oftlaa e-tf
Les.dlrt to NEW YORK, BOSTON, and All
Important point. Washington Offloest REPUB
LICAN BUILDING, 111 Ninth street, (weat aid,)
corner Pennsylvania avefln and Siath street,
under National Hotel, and (corner Itrieenth and P
strsat, opposite Tr-Mury building.
febia-tf Msnaaer Washlngtoa Dlitrtct.
KTDlaeaes or the Scrveui. Hemlnal,
Urinary and seiualJryetema new and reliable
trvatmeoV-ta Report of th HOWARD ASSOCIA
TION -ficnt by mall In sealed letter envelonjM,
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street, PhUa4elphla Pa. intt-ly
O-fl. T 1S00-X Froaof eettontarjr
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lufler if they will not try tb celebrated
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They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and:
They overcome effect of dlaalpatlon and late.
Theyitreogtbenthesyalem aud enliven the mind.
Theyrreventmlaamatlc and Intermittent feveri..
They purify th breath and aaldlt of th
They cure Dyapepala and Constipated.
They sure Dlarrbma, Cholera and Cholera Mot
boa. They cur Liver Complaint and Ncrvoua Head
ache. They make tha weak trong,the languid brlt
11. at, and ar exhauatcd natur' frt reatorsr.
Th' Br eompoaed of tb celebrated Caliaaja
bark,wlotarxTen, aaaaafraa, root aod herb, all
preserved perfectly purest, Uola rum. For
partlcujara, . circulars and teallmonlals around
Beware of irapoBtc"' Em.i.e every bottle. Re
that It has D. 8. Barnes tlinatur on our prlvato
U. 8. SUmp over tha cork, plantation Scene,
aad our firm signature on a ?" Pt en
graving on ild label, see that o?t bottle 1 not
refilled with Bpurlou and deleterious tulT. W
defy any person to match thj taste or character ot
our goods. Any prn pretending to sell Pi.1!
tlon Bitters by th gallon or in bulk 1 an Impo-
ter. Wasell only In our log cabin bottle. Any
pcrson Imitating thi bottle, or selling any other
material therein, whether 'called Plantation Bit
ter or not, 1 a criminal under th U S. Law, and
will be so prosecuted by ua. W already hav our
eyeontwopartlc Mailing our bottle, Ac, who
will succeed In getting themaelvee Into cloae quar
ter. The demand for Drake' Plantation Bitter
from ladle, clergyman, merchant a, A , 1 per
fectly Incredible. The ttmpla trial of a bottle Is
the evtdsno we present of their worth and superl
orlty. Tbey ara cold by all rcapectabl drugglata,
grocer, pbyaiclans, hotels, saloon, Iteamboats,
and country itorea.
r. H. DRAKE A CO..
U3-olm 903 Broadway N. T.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT OF THK
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
To U leAcm it may concern t
Satlafactory evldenc having been exhibited to
me that Cal Otto Niuox haa been appointed
Vice Cooaul of Swetien aad Norway, at La
Croase, Wieconaln, I do hereby reeognlxehlm a
aucn, and declare him free toexerclae and enjoy
auch funotlena, power, and privileges a are al
lowed to Vice Conaula by the law ef nations, or
by thelsws ofthe United states, and exUUng trea
ty atlpulationa between th Government of Sweden
nd Norwty and th United States.
Ia teatlmony whereof, I have cauaed theae letter
to be made patent, and the seal ef the United State
to be hereunto afflxed.
Given under my hand at the city of Washington,,
the t went y-ee vea th day ot October, anno
l. b.1 Domini, on thousand eight hundred and
Uty-four, aad or the independence of tbe
llnlfaul fttavtM tha taTht--nlQth.
By the Prealdnti
WlLUAH H. SrWABD,
secretary of Stat.
n f n O I A u.
Wab Dzpabtmeit. 1
Adjutamt Gbmebal' UrricE,
WASHiieToif, D. C. Ootopcr II, IttSi. )
Tha followlnr omaera. haTlna beenreoorted at
th headquarter of th army for th olTenee here
inafter specified, are hereby aotltted that they will
atand alamlaaed the service of tbe United State,
unleaa, within fifteen day from thi date, they
appear befor th military eommlaalon laacaaloa
In thla city, of which Brigadier General John C.
Caldwell, united state volunteer, ia preaiacnt,
and make aatlafactorr defence to the charges
ar.ariH wuiivua Kum
Captain Martin H. McCheaney, Sd New York
Flrat Uutnnt WUltam T. McNamara, esth
second Lieutenant John C. Taggart, sth renn
Vitobdienee ef ordert and abtenee without Uve.
Captala Theodore Conkey, sd Wlseonaln cav
alry. iorgingteittslmtmtpaptrtandinductnj men to itsirU
Fires Lieutenant Joal M. straight, seth wiaooa-
n volunteers. E. D. TuWNSKND,
octl Assistant Adjutant General.
T I L ItA RD S
Oa THURSDAY EVENINO. November 10th,
Instant, Geary' tnagalfleent Bltilard Hall, In Gra
ver1 Theatre building, will be thrown open to the
public. On thi occaelon tbe following dlstln
gulahad players will participate i
M. Pheiau, Wm. Goldthwalt,
D. Kavanagh. Ed. Cahlll.
Th abov gentlemen vUlt Wuhtngton aolSly to
ba preaent at thi opening, end will poaltlvaly i-
pear. Play to aommeno at 1 p. m, no7it
OfJQ BKVimTII Bl
BEVKNTU BTHEJJT. 0fs
man awni.no. -
Wslout and Mahosaay Sofas, Chairs, Itoabsra,
Draasln, Buraaua, Uadstcads, sldaboarda, Wasti
atanas, Matble.t.p Tables, W&atnota, and tbe
larccat and a raatest varlatrof Uommoa Furoltur.
la tba District, wbloh w. ar. determined to asll at
prises that dafr oompetttlon.
COITAOK BtTS, WALNUT AND OAK EX.
TENSION TASLXI, at leu than present wholesal.
llousekeepere and those who eoatemplste to
keep house will Ond It ireatlv to tbelr Interest to
eall and examine our atoels previona to maklnc
tbslr purehaies They can aav. at least flfteea
percsot. We allow ten percent, on all Mile of
,so and upwards. II. HONTZ,
ool-ist ' e Seysnth itrcst, near I.