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Wiwhlnuton City, I. C.
W, J.MOBTAOH C0..rtIBLI3HEnS,
8. P. IUNSCOM, EDITOR.
THOBSDAr MOBNINCt !. OCTOBER 16, 186.
THE REPORTED CltA-NOE IN THE
The report that lion. Edwik M. Stahton
hu tendered hU reifgnalion u Secretary of
War 11 without foundation in fact. We hare
the higbctt authority Tor thli ttatement.
Ak luroRTurr and. lengthy coninlutlon
took place to-day at the Executive Mansion
between Thb Fuidi, the SrearrARt or
State and the GicKAWi-Cnir.r.
Mr. F. M. Lander at the National
Lost night the walla of the National The
atre were filled to their ntmoat capacity, and
all in the Taat audience were delighted with
the acting of Mra. Laxdkr. The piece was
"Adrienno, the ActrcM," and in it Mrs Lax.
der proved heraelf to be still in possession of
the r are talent and high qualities which made
her so popular with all who appreciate the
drama eeteral years ago. Her sorrows and
cares, and her labors in the army hospitals
during the war, hate left their traces upon
her face; but when she enters into the busi
ness of the play the old inspiration returns,
and we again see before us Jean Mark Da
viiroRT, depicting all the varying moods of
lotc, jealousy and despair, In that masterly
manner which has stamped her aa one of the
first dramatic artists of the day. Her voice
is rich and powerful, her features expressive,
and her person graceful; and having been
familiar with the stage from childhood, the
never makes a mistake in attitude, movement,
gesture, or elocution. Her impersonation
of the character of Adnenne is aa near per
fection In all it parta as was ever before wit
nessed in Washington.
To-night Mrs. Lander appears in the part
of Parthenia, in the play of "Ingomar" a
part which is well fitted for the display of
her fine abilities.
The Bateniau Concert.
Madame Paripa, Signor Urioxoli, Signor
Ffrrakti, Signor Forttxa, Mr. S. It. Mills,
and Mr. Oarl Rosa form the great musical
combination who are to give a single concert
in Washington, at Metzorott Hall, to-mor-roiv
night Those who obtain scats may
deem themselves vastly more fortunate than
they were who attended Vitcet and Bet
tfrfield's Gift Concert.
Arrival ol Japanene Prince.
The two Japanese prin ces, J. Woda and J.
Waool, who arrived in New York last Sat.
urday, hare reached this city. They are ac
companied By Mr. J. Oliphant, of Boston,
who acts as their friend and interpreter.
C. A. Weed, esq, of the New Orleans
Ttmti, Arrtrtd la towa yesterday, sad ! stopping
Senator McDoloal, we are glad to learn,
has recoeered from Mi roeeat Illaesl 11 celled
upon the PrtildfDt yesterday.
Blockade Buxima During the War
English papers give some statistics in regard
to the business of blockade running during
our late rebellion which are very Interesting
Nassau, a port of the Bahama Island, was
the principal place from which this trade was
carried on, and the imports at that port in
creased from 234,029 in 1860 to 5,340.112
in 1864, and the exports from 157,350 to
i.4,673,938. The principal article of trade
was cotton, of course, which figures for
about 4,000,000 in both the exports and
the imports The whole number of block
ade runners that entered Nassau during the
war was 164, 102 of which made successful
vojages. One of the successful ones made
eighteen voyages, but seventy.four of them
made only two voyages each. Toward the
end of the war the captains of the blockade
runners received 1,000 for each vojage,
with the right to carry ten bales of cotton
on their own account.
Tiik ltciT or Youxu Mes in the Soitii
The Soulhuetlern, a journal published at
Shrevcport, La , In the course of an article
upon the wants of the South, urges the
joung men of that section to devote their
attention to agriculture, and thus take the
places of the thousands of freedmen who have
left the Southern States or teen killed dur
ing the war. It urges them to prepare dur-
ing the coming winter for the putting in of
crops in the spring npon tue ncn out mie
acres of the South Says the Soulhwettem :
" We have too many stout j oung men In the
houth, shameless burdens on the brawn and
muscle of better men than themselves
worthless young men, who ride the laborer
as the old man of the tea fastened himself on
the back of Slnbad tho Sailor It is time
that they were shaken off and compelled to
tweat for themselves "
A Coj.sTm.Tiov tor Karri. I'.gj pt Is to
have a constitution. The country will bo
divided iuto sixty electoral colleges, audeach
college will elect one representative who will
be invested with the same right at the mem
bers of the Trench legislative body. All the
elements of which the population or Fgjpt
is made up Turkt, Arabs, Armenians,
Copts, A-c. will have a voice In the nomina
tion of the members of the legislative body,
and the laws will bo prepared by a tpcclal
body, corresponding with tho French btnate
n,,d (Innneil of State. The Turkieh Porte
has authorized the adoption of the constitu
tlon, and the French Government gives the
movement a warm support
RitsiA, desirous of Introducing the art of
ship-building into that empire, declines to
contract with foreign builders to construct
monitors for her. We learn this by private
letter received from a high official of the Bus-
ian Government at St. Petersburg yesterday.
"Tor Earli axd Vote OrrEx." Mr
Tilton seemi to believe in this injunction.
In his speech at the Brooklyn Academy last
Tuesday night Uaaidi ...,.,
-Now, let me ay, in view of the election
which is toon to be held in this State, that if
I d a hundred hands, and if in every palm
I had ow ahower of roteJ, I would cast
tlura IS rtonn into the ballot-box for tb
Pen! Pencil! and Sctswon.
Accordixo to the census recently taken of
lb. eity of Paris, Its popalatloa, .lelaslTt of for.
tlgntrt tojourolsf then, Is atemt l,TM,O00.
Horatio Setmom, on a visit to Ht Paul,
Minn , hat eipreeeed Mmulf, It li laid, la favor of
iao oonatUaltoaal aBOftdaoat.
A Wau. street banker, In New York, has
Ellin $11,000 toward th. rebuilding of St. Patrlck'l
Wixtkr la coming oni let the ladies be
fcotrllv ihod. Wo do not liko to no them dying
Ax Interesting biographical sketch of the
liU John Van Baron will ho found In onr oatsldo
The number of deaths from cholera In St
Louts daring tho raro of tho epldemto, from abont
tho lit of Aafult to tho latttr part of Septtraber,
ni oror 3,500
Wiiuam E. Dome, of New York city, has
boon ottctod a trattoo of Amherst Collect, to nil a
tecanty oaaaed bj tho death of Jadfe Dewey, of
Tub Firjrini'an, published at Staunton, in
tho Shtntndooh Valley, propoitt that tho authori
ties of that plaoo shall appoint ono or more eolored
polloomen, to keep la order tho negro population.
Tue "Soutueev Lotausts," who hated
Llnooln before tho war and now opposo Llnooln't
polio; after thr war, have Just had a var "snoot
ing" time at Ltnootn'a tomb.
Tbere were teven hundred and ten canal
boett in Buffalo on the 8th. The Seel was to more
at a tingle trip, carrying upwards of art millions
of buiholipf grain.
A cosonsatox has been appointed by Gov.
Fenton, atoemmaadtr In-chief of tho Steto mllltta,
to make elimination and trial of the recent Inven
tions and Improvements In breeoh.loadlog tmall
TiiiCincinnati Commercial ta)t that large
quantities of fowling pleees and ammunition lor
sporting purposes are purchased In that market for
Southern negroes, who are eager to avail them
selves of their new privilege of owning a gun.
Ciiaries Peruax, a returned soldier, had
both hands blown off and one ejo destroyed, Friday
morning, while llrlng a salate at Pennington, Me ,
in behalf of the Soldiers' and Fallon' Convention
of that town, In honor of the late Union victories
The internal revenue case, in Cincinnati,
of the Oovornment egalnsl Khron, Fles A Co , cigar
dealers, has been decided for the plaintiff. One
hundred thousand cigars are confiscated by this
Ix tue second volume ofhis "History of the
American Conflict," Mr Greeley owns that until the
battle of Qettyeburg he wee not "habitually confl.
dent of an auspicious Immediate Issue from our
MAMAcnrtETTS is falling into line with the
President The Governor of that State has ap
pointed for thanksgiving day In that Slate, Thurs
day, the twenty.nlnth of November, the day
deiigneted by the President for the National
TnE radicals of the Fourth district of New
York bare nominated lion Horace Greeley for
Congress. In the Fifth district a portion of the
Democratio Union party hare nominated John Mor
rlssey for Congress Hon. James Brooke hat been
nominated in the Eighth district.
Thomas Herbert, a returned soldier, was
killed at Litchfield, Ct , on Tnesdsy, by a blow
from Richard M. Park. Herbert was Intoilcated
and Insolted Park, who finally, out of patience,
struck him in the face He fell heavily agalnat a
window casing, and died In a few minutes. ,
Mrcn attention Is being given In Georgia
tn th. ..I.lnff or tea. Bamoles of black tea of fine
quality, or native growth, have beeo oahlnlted, and
It Is said the plant flourishes remarkably well on
the coast Estkanei
Tho Southern States hare been In hot water long
enough to know how to produce tea
DrsrERATE gambling is not confined to the
Cnited States, for It is announced that recently, at
Baden, a match at baccarat took place between an
EnEllsh duke and a Russian prince, both good
Dlavors and reckless gamblers The latter won of
the former (171,000, which tho duke, being enor
mously rich, was quite able to pey.
It makes people's mouths water to think
of tho revenue of some of the English ecclesiastical
functionaries The nett revenues of the Bishopric
of London for the year 1685 were 1100. S35 In gold I
of the Dean and Chapter of St Paul's Cathedral,
London, $14,150 In gold, and of tho Dean and
Chapter of Westminster Abbey, IH3,i In gold
A coxtextiox of the colored citizens of
Kew Tork assembled at Albany, Tuesday, to dis
cuss tho proper polloy to be pursued by thle class
of our population. The nomination of Gov. Fenton
was Indorsed, and the eight thousand negro voters
of tho State were urged to support the ticket. The
proceedings were highly Interesting as well as
The trotting race between Lady Kraina
and George Wilkes, for (5,000, at the Fashion
course on Tuesday, was won by Lady Emma In
throe straight beats Time, 2 172 S7 J Ji
In the other race the eolt Old nnndred paid forfeit
An exciting race was expected yesterday between
Bull Run and Ella Sherwood, mile beats, best three
in five, for $2,000
The Chicago Eiening Journal sajs: "We
have juit heard from Parle, Frence, that I II
Bureh, of Chicago, was married recently to the
Miss Spalding who figured so prominently lo the
divorce suit Our readers will recollect that before
the divorce suit was ooromenced, Mrs Burob re
monttrated with Mr Burch for his familiarities
with this lady while she wu a visitor at the bouse "
Tils' news of the defeat of (Jen Kscobcdo
by Geo Mejla Is not believed here The last dates
from the city of Mexico received in this oily are up
to the 30th ultimo Gen Mejla was then about
starting from Mexico to flan Luis Potosl It Is
utterly Impossible that lo fifteen dlys he ooold
have marched from the city of Mexico to Monterey,
a distance of eight hundred miles, could hava cap.
tored the city, and the news of It been received at
Ix June last, a judgment was taken by de
fault in the action known aa the Christy will case,
when It came up for trial In Its order on the oaleo
dar. before Judge Barnard, at the circuit Subse
quently a motion was made at special term to set
aside the inquest taken by default This motion
was argued soma time ago, and the court rendered
Its decision The motion Is denled.wlth $10 costs
Harriet E Christy Is the principal contestant of
Tiir corn crop oi the United States for the
present year Is estimated at the enormous amount
of 1,039,000,000 bushels It is stated that in tho
last tweoty.fire years the annual Increase of the
oorn crop averaged 4 per cent , and In the three
censuses list taken It Is stated thus In 1840, 377,.
371,875 bushels, 1810, 591 071,104 buibelei tod
1800, 830,451,707 buihels Half the crop Is grown
In the Mississippi valley, north of Tennessee
Mai. Ritcuie, the widowed daughter of the
late Don Wadtworth, of Geneseo, Is said to be en.
gaged to tho Dak of Rutland, one of the wealth.
last peera of Eogland. Mrs Ritchie is beautiful
and dittingul. She wts some time sgo the guest
of tho Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and at a ball at
Dublin Castle she excited general admiration, and
the Prfnoe of Waist asked on that oeoaslon to be
Introduced to aor.t Tat Duke of Rutland Is an old
maa, while tb lady Is young, so that there Is still
tome doobt whether the will consent to become the
mistreat of Belvclr Cattle and of a number ot
other atpllowkt tetieaoi aal tttattt.
1J1IE DEPARTMENTS, i
Hale ol Government Property.
The United 8 tatet direct tax commissioner
ll about to sell forty-four lots and houses In
the town of Beaufort, U. C; hcarly'thrco
thousand lota In tho newly laid out city
of Port Royal, at tho southwest end of St.
Helena Island j thlrtt-three school farms, all
Improved, and containing in tho aggregate
six thousand acres. In the parish of bt Hel
ena, S. C. These latter are to be sold under
the act of Jnlv 16. 1866. which tirovldes that
they shall bo sold subject to any leases of
the same on or before January 1,,18C7, at
not less than 810 per acre. And the lots
in the city of Port Royal, and the lots and
houses in the town of Ileanfort, which have
been bid in by the United Btotes at tax sales,
... '. ... ,t .i.i ...
snail ne soiu at pnoiic aucnon, mm vuu nv
cceds of said sales, after paying the expenses
of the surveys and sales, shall he lmcstcd in
United States bonds, the interest of which
shall bo appropriated lotliesupportot schools
without distinction of race or color on the
Itland, in the parishes or St. llelena and St.
An Iloncitt Pensioner.
The Commissioner of Pensions jestcrday
received from an cx-oflicer.who served In the
Union army during the late rebellion, the
nm nf S119R0. which amount ho eats In his
letter has been ovcrpold him on nccount of
his pension claim. In his examination for a
United States pension, the writer states that
the surgoon certineu taat no was euum-u tu
the highest stipend due to disabled soldiers
from the flnvernment. which he has received
for several years.. Ho now concludes that
his disabilities v,ero not of such a nature ns
to entitle him to the largest pension, and
therefore returns to the Commissioner the
sum which, in his own estimation, has been
overpaid him by the Government The Com
missioner of Pensions believes this to bo the
first case of the kind recorded in the Pension
The 'Hillary ((narantlne on the
Nonlliern Atlantic Coast With
drawn. The following order was Issued j cstcrdoy
by the War Department:
Win DsrAavMssT, )
Waibisutoi, Oct. 13, 1600. )
Otntritl Ordtrt o SS.
On the recommendation of the Surgeon General,
the military quarantine established In Virginia,
liorth Corollna, South Carolina, Georgia. Florida,
Alabama, Mlislsslppl, Louisiana, and Texas, by
General Orders No 15, March 12, from this office,
will be withdrawn on the 1st of November, 1800
By order of the Secretary of War-
E It Tows-snin,
Assistant Adjutant Uftieral
Ordered, Oct. 10 Tho. II. Fortune, to
duty at the navy jord at Portsmouth, N. II.
Detached, Oct. 10 Acting Knsign James
II. Russell, from the Kstrella, and granted
leave of obsence; Second Assistant Ilngineer
W. II. Do Hart, Irom the vunnepec, nnu
placed on waiting orders; Passed Assistant
Pa master Edwin Sherwin, from the Winne
pec, and ordered to settle his accounts, Mas
ter George M. McClure, from the Juniata,
and ordered to the Brookljn.
The General Land Olllce.
Returns lust received at the General
Land Office from the local office at Kau
Claire, Wisconsin, show that an uggrcgatc
of 38,918 acres of public land was disposed
of during the month of September last, of
which 3,159 acres were located with Agri
cultural College scrip. The Commissioner
has transmitted to the Land Office at Rose
burg, Oregon, eight) -four patents for dona
tion clauns wnicn originateu mine eariysei
tlement of the country, and which cover an
area ol 3U,oib acres.
Dltlitloii of tolled toil ItUlrletN in
The Assessor of Internal Revenue for the
Third District of South Curoluia has informed
the Commissioner that in subiliiiding his
district, in order to expedito mutters he has
for the present adopted the confederate mi
litia divisions as they existed during the re
bellion, all of which have well defined limits
known to the inhabitants ol the respectite
AstNlgneil ausl Kelleted.
Major Alexander Montgomery, A. Q M.,
U. 8. A , has been assigned to duty us Chief
Quartermaster of the Department of Arkan
sas, vice Colonel Henry Page, Assistant
The receipts from this source jesttnlay
amounted to $648,250 6 j 'the aggregate
receipts tince the beginning uf the fiscal
j ear, July 1st, amount to 1 15,612,669 18.
Oniccnt, Crew,, and Paaaengent, of
tne Evening star.
The following is s correct list of the crew
of the Evening Star, furnished by Purser K.
S. Allen t I'll1'?
Officers and Crew Wm. Knann. master
David llurr, first mate; Win. Goldit, second
mate; Thomas Fitzpatrtck, boatswain; K. S.
Allen, purser: Robert Finger, chief engineer:
I.nnalng Finger, first assistant engineer; An-j
urew jicuanon, tecunu neaisiuub engineer:
David Bailey,- ateward, Patrick;!, second
steward; Mary Hazzle, stewardess; John
WvnkeoD. cook: John Derrv. second cook:
Wm.iRoberts, third cook; James Kitrpat'
rick, pastry cook; nm. Jonea, pantryman;
wiiuam.vclscoli, seconu pantryman; oimon
Fannin; porter; Angustus Gelzelherst, store
keeper; Marlm Iirett, butcher)' Mathcw
Graham, officers' mess man; George Lauler,
mess man; Patrick Sutherwood, mess boy,
Seamen Frank Gill, Charles Spencer, John
Powers, James Howe, James llogan, Frank
George, Thomas Hlgglns, John Campbell,
George Smith, John lit mpiey. Water Tend
ersJohn Lang, John II. Cole, James P.
Russell. Firemen Samuel Duffcy. Frank
Mercbaum, Wm. Lampsey, Wm. Rodgers,
Patrick Garey, John Cavanagh. Coal .'ass
ers Gustiff Axlorae, Frederick Shaffer, John
Schifrler, Wm. Newman, Frank AndeAoek,
Thomas Ryan, Frank Miller, Henry Heron,
Waiters Dennis Gannon, Wm. Lawson, Ed
nurd Potter, Kdward Trevelin, John Hay
wood, Dennis Graham, Francis Cox, Ronald
Slot ens. Steerage Walter Chauncey Ma
son. The following is the correct list of the pas
sengers of the lost steamship :
Cabin Passengers Mrs H. F. Spangen
berg and servant Eugenie, General ll. C.
Pallrey, lady, child, and servant; Miss Palfrey,
Miss Sloo, Mrs. Henry Newell and daughter,
Mr. James Gallier and wife, Mrs. John J.
Adams and daughter, Mrs. Gillespie and
daughter, Mr. A. Goette and wife, Mr. George
llillman, son, ana uangnter; uaptain tviiuam
The ( National Rcjablican.
STATE OF THE MARKETS.
nvn-TtvENTiias, us 1-4,
IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO
ATTACK ON MATAMORAS.
REPULSE OF TUE ATTACKING TARTY
War Matttltli Sorrtndertd to D. 8. Forca
Another Assault to bo Made.
THE LIBERALS CONFIDENT.
General Lew. Wallace at Monterey,
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TERRIBLE ElfLOSlOS AT ST. LOUS.
TWENTY-TWO PEItNOXS KILLED
SEVERAL Uim.MNGS DEMOLISHED
&l1 thk., agent of the Vreedmea't Bareaa, ht
will milnteln a garrison In tWIoMaal 'wattl the
enndaot of the people tad aotiDBt of ebtelril aa
thorltj warrant the belletal the'lajrt wljl be ea.
forced and all elareee oft cttlstot proteeted la their
rights of property aid peiioa.l ( W Jfj
Terrlfle Boiler aciatoste"' 0lHUe De
molished Tsventftwo Pereowa Killed.
St. Louis, Oct. 17 A terrlfle boiler eiploslon
oearred at10 a m today. In the taming tbop of
J. II. Bebcook, on Franklin avenue, totally demol.
Ishlng the shop, also a three story brltk ,hatnllhg,
and a dwelling honse on West street. m
Twenty.two persons art known to hart been
buried In the mint
Tbt debrlt Of tbe bnlldlog Immediately took Are,
and tbt flrttsen and a'largo foroa of rasa are now
engaged In extinguishing the flames and removing
tbe rubbish. ,
acts, Ttiomoe lle4qwartere.
Lodistilli, Oet. 17 Oen. Thomte, command,
ttg the Department of the Southwest, embracing
Kentuoky,Tenneaset, Georgia, Alabama and aflt
ttselppl, trill establish his headquarters hero on tbt
1st of Nortmbtr.
The Proponed Impeachment.
The N'ewburyport (Moss ) Herald thus
comments upon the Impeachment of Presi
"Now, to our inmds the propontjon of
tiupeactimenl is one so lull ol uuuger tnat lie
who fathers It must be shortsighted or terri
bly depraved. There is not a rational m in
in the country that docs not sec thut it car
ries upon its tery face the commencement of
a civil war, by tlie tide or ntncli the late re
bellion would appear as child s play. Ilefore
any one accustoms his mind to wander too
far in that direction, let hnn Inquire if he is
Sreparcd for a state of anarchy that would
eBtrov the vnluo of proper! i, lli.it would
reptidiaio national and pmutc dtbtn to-
f;ether; that would darken the sun of repub
ican liberty that this century would not see
its face again, and would make bnman blood
run In tho streets till the very dogs would
lap It like water. If an) man of fighting age
favors the denoting of the Prtt dent in the
present state of the country, let him join a
military company at once, and drill us often
as he eats; and if he it not of that age, but
has bojs that are, let hnn call them to him
on the first opportunity, und looking than
fuirlj in the face, decide which of them, or
how many of them he is ready to tee die,
rather than have Andrew Jnhnion President
of the United States till the 4tli of .March,
"It is time this insanity ceased If we
are not all crazj or drunk or mud, o shall
tell all men of all parties, who propose tucli
schemes, awav. devils, we'll none of ou
We want no mure war no more sin) lug of
the first born no more maimea men, orais.
conBolate widows, or orphan children upon
our pension list. Vi'e want no more public
debt and no higher tales than we have now.
Chlpmon, Licut.W. p. Dixon, U S. A.; Mr.
John Touro, Mr JpfLVan Sickle, Frank R.
Dennis, Mrs. W. ITTRobblni, Jaa. V. Lyons,
New Orleans. DilottW. II. Harris. Alri. At. A.
Socry, Miss Isabella Goodwin, Miss Angle
Parker, Miss Lizzie Ellis, Wm. Brown, wife,
and child, II S. P. Thompson, Miss Ilattic
McGmre, Mrs. Mary L. Ains worth, Miss llat
tte Price, Mist Annie Graves, of Switzerland,
Indiana; Miss Levlna Leech, Miss Mary liatcs,
or Marv Qnlelv. Miss Marv K. White. Miss
Gertrude Harvey, Mist Alice Stctton, or
Louisa Lamont, L. II. Allen, O, O. Acker
man, Halcrow C'bace, Wm R. Jacques, Miss
Minnie Ta) lor, alias S. Gillan, of Kew Haven;
Miss Mary Ranee, Miss Nellie Wilson, Miss
Rosa llarnes, Miss Mary Hudson, Miss Alice
uurtis, oi itaitiora; jnss jenme etanton, v.
11. Small, KugeneSorazan, Mrs. S. F.Gordan,
J, Poglase, Joseph P. Robinson, Jas. Ilart
ncss, jr ; Mrs M. J. Kingsbury and servant
Maggie, Miss Garrio Leonard, of Oswego, N,
Y.; Miss Annie Wood, Miss Nellie James,
Miss Lizzie Drown, of Rochester, N.Y.; Miss
Cora Drown, of Livingston counly, N. Y.j
Miss Delia Crawford, Miss Annie Reynolds,
Geo. Fisher. Mrs. J. T. Mason, J. E. Smith,
Mrs. Howell, Mrs. Josephine Toraas, Mrs.
Stem, or Steinberg, Henry II. Register, Mar
tin T. Hall, I. Hapner, Jas. McGuIre, Alex.
The Circus Troupe The following were
members of Spalding & liidwell's troupe,
going out for the Academy of Music, New
Orleans: Miss Mllla Fowler, Mist Clara
Powlcr. Miss Louisa Fowler. Mrs. Kosch,
Mrs Simpson, Miss Emma Powers of Phila
delphia, Miss Julia Carlisle or Annie Cory,
Mr. E. Talecn and wife, Mr. Wm. Wray and
ife, Mr. J. Taleen and wife, Mr. Edward
Harry, Mr. Kdward Murray, Mr. Nlcolo and
son, Mr. Frank Glrard, Mr. Thomas Russell,
Mr. Wm. M. Dawson
The Opera Troupe The following were
the members of Paul Alheiza's opera troupe:
Chas. Alhalza and lady, Mr. Chcnest and
lady, Mr. Tapian and lady. Miss Tapian, Mr.
I lestorbay and lady, Miss Destcrbay, Madame
Clodie Girard, Madame Ferney, Madame
Durand, Madame Dumary, Madame Stcr,
Madame Marie, Madame Carapana, Madame
Desormes, Madame Dorel, Madame Celine
Ca ot, Mr. Coppini and lady, Mr. Cairllant
and lady. Madame Clotaire, Madame Re
nouf, Madame Read, Madame Bencdettl,
Madame Laqucmcnt, Madame Mrauss, Mr.
Severuc, Mr. Coignard, Mr. Robert, Mr.
Mery, Mr. Ua ana lady, Juadame Ualllant,
Madame de Montpterre. Madame Feme,
Madame Donne Campana, Mr. Muidbled,
Mr. Fisher, Mr. Denory, Mr. Panzod, Mr.
Uavan, Mr. iieurtan, Mr, rerceei, .Mr. .110
renschelacrer. Mr. Laeiucment. Mr. Strauss.
Mr. Jloullo, Mr. lerne, Mr. iiaiman, Mr.
Dasero, alto singer, first vlolinccllo, first
trombone, second trombone.
btcerago Passengers P. J. Brady and
wife, Leopold Shroenln, Mrs. M. Doyle, John
Reed, Louis Hakenjos, Mrs. Helena Rouck.
er, John Gelser, wife and child, John Stuft,
Miss Caroline Glauner, James Quln, Alfred
Langlois, Henry Nlnag, Paul Julien, Miss
Maria Julien, Edward O'Brien, Thomas Ha
ley, Prank Iizker, Charles Puckdcshal and
daughter, Joseph Ulncli, Miss Theresa III
rich, Miss Darbara Fortzer, Frederick Scho
fer, Miss Ellen Helta, Mrs Murphey, Miss
Catherine Magiu, Miss Catherine Gallagher,
Miss Mary Farley, Mrs D.Johnson, D. John
ton, Peter Rasmesser, Edward Tleming. A.
Cramnton, Edward Martin, William Horlay,
Mr. Ilerthlot, Alexander Souza, Mr, Stamp
lcr, or Statnlec, John Robinson, John Mc
Donald, John Murray, rrel. Lamer. A ser
vout girl for Mr. Stapieton, of New Orleans.
A tervunt girl fur the St. Charles Hotel,
Three engineers for Mobile. A male cook
for a hotel in Mobile. Two firemen as paBB-
Itccapilulation umcers ana crew, ou;
passengers, nrst cahin, loli; .passengers,
steerage, 53; total, 28
TiiEFtoon at Ellicott'sMiliji Pcrther
Paiiticiiirs. 'lhe Howard county (Md)
Itecoril gives further particulars ol tho de
structive flood at Klllcott'a Mills last week,
It sat s:
" The losses by our citizens, as far as we
can ascertain, are as follows: Dennis Mulli
gan, 87,000, John Gaw, $3,000; Wm. Part
ridge, 81,000, Prank Helms, 8100, Gerard
Mamslun, 3,000, Mrs. Kohrl, 88,000, Jus
Ui.-lieur 1 Co , 810,000, GainbriU & Brad
ley, about 81,200, Wm. 11. Collier, S500,
Granite factory, 80,000, Gean's factory, at
Albcrton, about 830,000. The Patapsco flour
mills, Union, Gray's, Thistle, and Illchester
mills all sustain heavy losses."
Tub Raleigh (N. O.) SfanclorJsa)8 : "A
We want no President who would put State large cinln ration of sheep from crniont to
against Stale ond man against man in deadly I irginia U In progress, unuer me direction
arroy by ignoring the repretcntatltes of the
people; aun we wunt u u nimou,ta ,u
lost to reason, right, and public duty, as to
propose the deposition of the President.
The times are full enough of danger without
any such madness. Every good and true
man, every man who loves his raco or his
God, will seek peace, not war, restorctlon,
not destruction; prosperity, not anarch);
and love to all men everywhere, and hate to
none, and malice to none,"
JonN Touro, of New Orleans, one of the
passengers of tho ill fated Evening Ktur,
bought a polloy for 810,000 In the Accidental
Inturance Company, for which he paid 810.
Soeral of the unfortunates had their lives
Insured for the benefit of those dependent
upon ihem, In various New York companies.
Hidds Rzirii or a Dasher. Mr. George
E Benson, a well-known banker and broker
of Ihis city, died suddenly on Thursday last,
while on a gunning excursion. Piiaae'i'iia
of (ieorce Campbell, of Westminster. Vt.
Nineteen hundred were started southward on
Monday of last week, and twelve hundred
undertake tho Journey thlt morning, (Octo
ber 1.) 1 hey foot It by tho way of Chatham,
N. Y at the rate of about ten miles a day,
and get their living on the road. They are
chiellv chean erade merinoes, purchased at a
cost of from two to five dollars a head A
few blooded rams will accompany each flock.
tp Mm, ii Tin Ooooasiut. The reason
why tho Boston Daily Advcrtiier oppotct
Hanks is because the editor's brother-in-law
was a member of Banks' ttaH and was dis
honorably dismissed from the service for
sending dispatohei In cipher to that paper.
We understand that Malor Gen J. Bunk
head Magruder, late O. S. A., Is eipected
soon to arrive in this city or New York,
from Mexico. He hai given up, it would
appear, all intention of -eliding there
few OtUunt .fteoytww
Dy Cable to tbt Associated Press
Lit ERrooi, Oct. 17 The cotton market
is firm and unchanged, sales to-day 10,000
bales; Middling Uplands, Ift 1-4.
Lokpox, Oct. 17. The money market is
quiet; Consols, 89 1-2; American securities
closed as follows: Erie shares, 50 1-1; Illinois
Central, 78 34; U. S. 5 20's, 68 1-t.
Attempt to Capture Slatamoraa MJ, Gen,
Lew. Wallace at Monterey The Liberate
Conndeut of Buceeeo.
Kaw Yobk, Oot. 17. Brownsville, Texas, ad.
vloee to the 24th giro the details of an attempt
made to capture Matamorat by tbt American eorpl
under Oen. Ford, assisted by tbe gunboat Cblnaoo
Their object was to release Oen. Tapla, legally ap.
pointed Governor of Tamaullpes, and now a pris
oner In the bands of Col Canales, tbe usurping
commandant. At tbe time of starting a fearful
atorm prevailed, and the gunboat waa driven against
the Mexican abort. 6he was Anally gotten off and
returned to her former position.
ln the meantime the troops adranccd and seised
tbe department headquarters, custom house, tad
wore storming tbt jail, when from some unaeeount
able cause orders were given to fall back, wben the
troops retreated on double quick time for the gun
boat. Gea Ford was' lying quite 111 Tbe troops
embarked and the gunboat steamed to a position
directly opposite to Brownsville. Tbe captain of
tbe gunboat surrendered tbe vessel as a Mexican
gunboat to tho United States, leaving those au
tborltiet to decide who waa justly entttltd to btr.
General Canales, on hearing of the surrender, de
maoded the vessel, but Gen Brown refused to giro
ber up. Tbe aroit belonging to the troops Wert
taken by tbe United Statu authorities, and the
men went Into camp to await further develop
ments. Though the expedition failed Gen Tejla wtt
released Gen lllnojosa also afterwards made an
unsuccessful attack on tbe town, and bis force lo
now encamped with Gen Ford's.
A letter dated Monterey, September 27, from
Mej Uen Lew Wallace, baa been received by prom,
ioent merchants In this city The Liberals were
confident of success, aod were continually recelv
log munitions of war, and at they edvanced were
obtaining tbe necessary funds lor carrying on the
war. At tbe time of writing the French were re
treating Inetead of a dvanoing
Brownsville letters bave alio been received to
Oct 3 Oen Tajla was still lu the vicinity of
The attempt made by tbe Americans In the ser
vice of the Liberals was to place General Tajla In
power. Qea Canales has Issued so many prestlnios
to support bis "monte bank" that tbe merehante
of Matamoraa are leering aa fast as they can get
away Gen Tajla was In great furor among the
merchants and all prominent olllsens, and as be Is
supported by Juares bo will doubtles be put in
Tbe people were unanimously la favor of Juares,
and will stand by him to the last
Oen Caravajaral had retired to private life on
Bhowkbvillx, Sept 25 Since my laet letter
tbe forces under MaJ Uen lllnojosa and Brig Oen.
Ford, of tbe Mexican army, have joined, and are
now In camp near Matamorat awaiting a supply of
arms and aiamuuitlon, as well aa a junction of the
foroes under Cortlnas and Trevlno, which are sajd
to be marching this way. When the organisation
shall bare been completed they will at onoo pro
ceed to attack Canales, who Is busily engaged In
making preparatlona to reoelve them
To day Cspt Osbon, of tho Mexican navy, made
a formal demend for tbe gunboat Cbloeco from Uen
Brown, commanding tbe United States forces here
Gen Brown Informed Capt Osbon that he should
continue to bold the vessel until he reoelred in.
struottons from higher authority.
Gen Ford also requested that tbe arms should
be turrtndtred to him, which wax also refused.
Tbere can be but Utile doubt, UOen Brown bad
released the gunboat, that Capt Osbon would bave
ran the fire of the foils of Canales and Joined the
military foroes, and together they oould bave
operated to decided advantage Capt Osbori has
had too much eiperienco under Admiral larragut
in running batteries to have hesitated one instant
to run those of tho usurper Canales. Yet It Is not
Improbable that before daylight dawns to morrow
tbe Liberals will march on Matamoraa A norther
Is blowing, and everything seems propitious for tbe
success of the underlsklng. Gen IllnoJora's forces
already bad aouie of the outer forts, and both par
ties bave thrown out strong picket lines
A largo guard is stationed at tho ferry, and a
chain of sentinels extend along the river bank from
Santa Crus down to Casso Mate, aa old casemated
work near the lower landing place It cannot be
long before something decisive turns up
BaowaSTILia, Oct 2 Col T. L Sedgwick has
relieved Oeneral Brown In command of this sub
Capt Osbon has made another formal demand
fir the gunboat Cblnaoo, but up to tbe time of
closing this latter he has received no reply Tbe
whole matter wilt probably be referred to Washing,
Gens lllnojosa, Cortenas, Floras, and Ford will
probably attack Matamoraa to-morrow night
The steamer Gen Sheridan, which went esbore
oa tbe 20th ultimo, at Bratos, will be taken off the
Tbe 9th United Statee colored troops left here
to day for Galveston, to be mustered out.
White Men Arreeted for Murdering Freed.
Augusta, Ga , Oot. 17 Four white men,
charged with tbe murder of tbe freedman In Co
lumbia oounty on Tuesday morning, were arrested
by tbe military to day and committed to Jail It
Is undsrstoed tbe prisoners wilt have an txamlna
tlon to morrow before tbt county court, now In
Gen. Tltlson will publish a communication to
morrow stating that tht civil authority of Henry
otualy hiving ftllsd to protect tbt frstdmtp,
aQmaV&i Tftfryy -j;;
y-Cn terra t It Army and Itarr tJnla-
The i-tfaUr wm! iMftfiR wltl be M-iJjf MTHDRH
DAT KVINiao, October IS, l 7 o'.lotV, a Ulr
mm. ntdfjnirM lOttoa.. Ubiob IsHfttr Com
ulUf,LoBlil.V .iTMM.Mar 8.111. itr4 AM ka
i-ftM? dlMtMrf 4 txMlr ii itUon who tttterM tk'
PrMttltit, r ttTl.ttt- le Jolt tbt Mtotlttloi.
K, , K H,McKIiIff
oell'll m Corrtwf ottdlag tttUtf.
4VXClct4 tt Yard Bridg.! -
! of lb ttpttrt ktemary to b nd to lb Vif
Yevatytlci, ft wti; W.IomJ oa ftiJUTUr MO 5 DAT,
0tobir 15, will! fortfatr on..
Cora mitt to Mr of ibllt BnlUIif p.
Do th of Bout bora Kdltar.
AOfloiri, Oil 17 Dr IUW, QlbbA 4,,.
noai cmtoa ana journmn oi dqbib vftrouo u
i CoaffrMolftnal Nonlnattaa
eiLBAvr, Otk K Tlto DomoerttU And Connorr
atlrt CongmiioBeil Conrontloa for tbli tbo Foar
tonth) dlitrtat nomtntod to-dy lion. J. V, L.
Prarn u their andldtt for Congrtii.
Virt In ICow Tork.
New Tork, Oot 17 Thrt Urgo atom on Woot
aod WMblacton it root wort bnrntd .tut ntrbt.
One of them waa filled with cottoo, Tbo Ion It
How Tork Market!.
Naw Yobk. Oot. 17. Cotton flrmi prlcei nora
laal. Floor firm. Booth em ISaf IS 60. Wheat
firm. Corn adranood la2o. Poik firm. Whliky
Reception of George Peboly In
South DanYen Nrm.
On Monday afternoon, Mr. TiABonr had
a reception at his native town, South Dan-
vers. Mass , by the citizen and Fiabodt '
medal scholars, which waa a very interesting
affair. He addressed the scholars, express
ing his bapplnc3 in fneeting them, and hoped
that in their fntnre they would do nothing to
disgrace their present character and stand
ing. A mo agreeable duty devolved on
Mr. Pkabodv later in the afternoon, that of
reading a letter from Mrs. Eliza Sotto.v, of
South Danvcrs, donating to the Fcabody In
stitute, m tahalf of a deceased son. as a per
manent fund, the sum of $20,000, to be called
the "Kben Dale Sutton Fund," the incomo
of which, as it accrues, shall be devoted ex
clusively to the establishment of a Reference
Library; that the books purchased for it
shall be of enduring value, and such only as
are desirable and indispensable for the tue of
scholars; that they shall be substantially, and,
as fur es practicable, uniformly bonnd, and
Bhall be kept together in some room of the
Institute building especially assigned for
their accommodation, from which they shall
never be loaned or taken.
The reading of the letter was receUed with
applause, and the donation was accepted by
Dr. Osbormk on behalf of the trustees, and
by Rev. Mr. Babbour on behalf of the citi
zens, in brief speeches. It was a very pleas
ant closing of a very Interesting occasion.
2Tatioal Umoa Kxactmn Co-miTfil Rooma, )
Ho .ooTwtLrraSTtaitT I
Weftl.Tt.TOjr, Aogoit St, 1568.
All oDelal clrt litre Mat from taee rooma are algaed
by the cbalrmaa of tbo Hattoaal Valoa ReMdeat Ei-ec-tlTO
Commute aaTlr .eereUrj, aad all moaeje
Ittea-eil for Ha ate Bhoald be addreiied to CHARLES
KKAP. Xiq , cbalrmaa of tbo. Itatloaal FlBaaeoCom
n1ti;.orapot..toil tobte credit with 8-mael Fowler,
Eao , of Bllleabonee, Fowter 4 Co. AU application
for coatrlbattoai lo tbo foada of tbe Committee will b
made by the Finance Committee, or tbelr antboriied
acent, who will be dolj atere-lted. Hone olfaora are
aotborlied to aollelt oonlrlbutloaa for tbe ate of thle
f Committee, CHARi E8 KKAP, Cbalrmaa.
Jobb F. Cot La, Seoretarf.
Ka Harrtaaja and Oallbaaj'f an aaajr of
Warning and laetraclloa for Toaof Mea. Aleo, dle
eaeee aad abaeea wbleh pmetrate tho vital powere.wltk
are mane ef rollef. Beat free of oharf a la eealed letter
OBTelopee,' Addrea Dr. J. SKILLIBT HOUGHTON,
Howard Aieoolatloa, Philadelphia, Pa. aalS3ia
Remedy for that D leeae t aleo, a CoaaamvUoa Deetroj
or, aad aa latlr Car for the Broaehttli, Aetha-a, Ae. ;
eaa, hefoaad at 8tot' Draf 8tore, oppoelto National
Hotelf ailau',ar Vetropelltaa Holel)Ford'a, oor
aet oflieTeathaad FeatTlTate tTeaaei latwlele'a.
eoraeref Twelfth, aad PeaaejlTtfala areaae ; XlUolt'e,
eoraerof I aad jreUlhttreeU) Harhaagh'a, corner of
JttTTh Samfclas; ClaaS connect t wltk
Hamlin Chapel Choir, aader th direction of Prof B
R. Me-eer, will meet every WIDlf ESDAY RTKRIltQ
bereanef, at 7 o'clock, at WllllamV School Hone,
oa hi ilnet, between Tenth aad Elereath.
?-Moth and Froeklaa tadlaa afflltt
with DtMOloratieai on th Fae, called moth pateheo or
freeklee, ehoald at Terry Celebrated Moth aad
Frkl Ulloa, HI lafalllbl Prepared by Dr. B G.
PBRRT, Dermal log I it, 4 Road atreet. Heir Tork. Bold
byalldraraleta laWaahlafftoa aad U where, Prtc
49- Collectors OOIce. City Hall, 'Wnahlno;.
Toa.D C, Aagn.tl, ISO SOTICB TO TAXPAYERS
Notice le hereby given that, by "an act approved July
38, 1 BG0, ' ' tbe rate of tai oa all real and perioaal property,
tocke, Ae , for the year 1806, le Bxed at oa dollar and
tea coateon every onthoadred dollara of the aliened
value of ald property TTpoa all taiei npon all prop
erty not la arreare for taxee taw general pnrpot.ee aa
abatement ot tW pr cent UailowcdfromAagat.il,
1669,00111 the lat day of October. ISM, after which no
abatement will be allowed WM. DIXON,
au3 tbtu30t Collector.
Tiik Taunton Gazette says some person
hai, on aevoral oceaftoDf, recently placed Iroa rail
and other obitruetloaa oa tb traok of tho Middle
boro railroad, J ait above th janotton with the
New Bedford and Taunton road
U All TKRL YHf K POUT
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Oa the mornlag ot tb Ant lioaday of October, 1S80.
Loana itcared by Ooverntnent ltoode, etc.
llo king Hoaie, raroltareaod Flxlarei .
Dae from Banke and Bankera
D S Bon-le Treaiorer lalted State
U h Bond on hand ,..
C-b on ha ad
Dae Depitsltori on demand.,
Dae National Baoki
72, Ul t
16ft 901 oa
WW, 0OO 00
14. 330 76
1 A87,fiAl IS
1,207,01 a 21
1,137 634 14
12V 000 00
I, Win R HuDtlnKtnn.rniblerof th llrit Natlooal
Bank of Waihloiitoa, l C , do loin mat y ewear that the
above eiatemflal ti true, to th beit of my knowledge
and belief (Signed) WM 6 HUNTINGTOV,
District of Columbia Ctiunlyof Washington l
Sworn aud aubauribed before me, tLte 8ih day of Oo-
Slitaed) N CALLAN,
elS 3l Votary Pabilc
I7STABUrfIICl) ON TIIK POPULAU
OAK n A L I..
SMITH BROTHERS A CO,
AMD SliLBaC I
GENTLEHEN'B FDRNISH1HQ GOODS,
Ho. 400 and 4M SEVENTH STREET,
OPlOSITE POST OrFICE,
WASHINGTON, D C.
r Wonderful bat True I Jtl adaia ltana
uroTOi.the world-reaowaed Aitrologlit aad Bomaaw
bnlUtle Clairvoyant, whtl la a clairvoyant itate, de
lineate th very featarea of th pereoa you r to
marry, and by tbe aid of aa laitroueut of lateen
power, kaowa aa tb reycbouotrope,gaaraatee to pro
dne a perfect aad life Ilk ptetor of the fatare bai
bead or wife of th applicant, with del of marrlag ,
occupation, leadieg tralte of character, A. Thle la no
tmpoaUloa, ae teatlmoalale wlthont a amber can aeiert.
By atatlag plae or birth, a(( dUroMillon, color or eyeo
aad hair, aad eaeloilng Sfty ceate, and etamped nv
lop addreeiod to yonttelf, yon will recelv th pleiar
by retnra mail, togaiher wlih denlred I a formation.
PO BoxX7.WeetTrr V . T e'-,,
kjp-AtaMellnj ol Che Hoard of Trualcca
ofpablte bchoole, hold on Toeiday evening, tb 14th
la it a at, tb followlag reiolnttoa wai adopted i
Remind. That th followlag place b deilgaated a
offloeefor the traneactloa of all I'abL'e Behoof boilneie
by lb reipectlvo Bob B arde of Traiiceat
For tbe Sub Board, Flret dUtrict, (Frrit aod Second
wardi) School-room, corner Foorteeoth and O aireeta
for the Sub Board, Second district, (Third and Fourth
Ward.) School room oa U. between alath and Seveatb
For th Sub Board, Third dUtrlot. (Fifth aad Sixth
ward) Wallacb RcLool Balldlug
For th Sab Board, Fourth district, (Seventh ward)
HaUOrammar tlebool ruoin, Juo E,Tlmteon,leaCber,
pa Slztb itreet
Tb Truiteca wilt be la at ten Jane at thee office
from 8 to i o'cluck oa each morning of the week, from
Moaday to Friday laclnilve, during th moath of Sep
tember, and all perioaa entitled to ttcvete of admUalon
to th Pabll Schooti, eaa procure them at th placee
and tlmee designated
By order of tb Board
e.!-eol2t It. V. B088EAU, Secretary
Arf- Vr Department, Burgeon Uanrala
Orrica, WaaHiauToa, D. C , Aogunt 10, 1540 An Army
Medical Board, to eonilet of Brevet Colonel J B Brown,
anrgeoa, USA , President Brevet Lieutenant Colonel
H R Wlrti, anrgeon, U. B. A. j Brevet Lieutenant
. Coloael Anthony Hagr, eurgeoD,n S A; and Brevet
Major Warrea Webitor, anlitaat anrgeoa, C. B. A .
Recorder; will meet la New York city oa tbe 20ib of
September aest, for tbe exaulaatloo of candidate! for
ad million Into tb Medical btaff of the United Statea
Applicant! moit hoover twenty-one yeare of a and
Appllcationafor au Invitation to appear before the
Board aboald be addreued to tbe Barge m General, U
B A , and muit itate tbe fall natne,rei1dencei nod dat
and plac of birth of th candidate Teitlmoalala aa lo
character and quallBcatloui muit be faralehed If lb
applicant haa beea la tbe medical aervlc of the army
during tb war, tb fact aboald b eteleJ, together wllh
hie former rank aud tltn aod place of eervlce, aad tee
tlmoalala from th ofllcere with whom he haa lerved
ahoald alio b forwjtrdod
Ho allowane la made for theexpeneei of perroni un
dergoing ibaexaulaatlou(aa It Ta aa ludUpcuabte pre
rqalalt to appolatmeat.
There ar at preeent sixty vacaaclea la the medical
atatf, forty -ill of which are original, being created by
lb act of Coagreia approved July 38, 1666
JOS K, BARNK3.
aul3 tuthiatoelS Surgeon Oeavral U 8, A
T () 11 N
To ble friend aad the pal Ho, that ha hna completed,
and will U-u on TUURSUAY MORNING, October 11,
To be conducted upon tbe plan ao long a deilderatuio
with th Inhabitant of WBihlogtou aod Hi vlilton
lie now Invitee hie former petroaa aad all Iboic who
appreciate tbe comfort i of a
Equal to lhe moit fauoue of New York and,other oltlei,
to call oa hi mat
42. FIFTEENTH STREET,
BETWEEN NEW YORK AVENUI AND II STREET,
oclO ft NEAR RIGOB A do 'B BANK.
BOOKSELLER AND STATIONER,
9S4 Penaiylvaai avenue, S doora weil of Ninth atreet.
All the aew booki of tbe at received Immediately
upon liia from tbe presi, aad for tal at pablUhen1
Imported Statloaerv and American maaafactore.of all
It-tutu i. imnmij. t., .nc iowcm new aora pncvi
Blank Uooka of alt aty 14 oa hand, aad made to order
without loei of time
YlilrtngCardi printed, aad plate frrd la th
All Medical Book eappllcd at poblliber' ratei
Fapr and Invelnpe" ilamed tonrder. art I'
WANTEO-TO UKN'T, A STOUK ON
Seventh etreei, between Penuiylvanla eveuoa
and itreet, either ilda Will parthaie lb good will
and Sxturei. or will go la aa partner la any paying
builneia Addrn D B M
olT-tf Boa 511, Poit Office
rOH HALK Oil 1113NT,
?OR BALK O II HKNT.
nnrarriMfi .,it,..i.j ., tt,Aini..a.-tiA.iu..
land and Irglnlwftvenuei, between Seventh and Eighth
alreata weit Tbe Home li 61 feet front by 40 feel deep,
with wide ball terougb th ceutre Tbe lut le 100 feet
JOHN II BBHM
70H HALK A lULK Or TIIK DAILY
NATIONAL REI'UIILICAN. (unbound.! from tho
flnt liue, Nov 26, l&tio, to th preieutday, Addreii,
N B X, at tbla office ae7-tf
W. U It C II K L L,
COBNEB Or rOUBTIIKTU AUD V STRUTS,
(Utpsa XtllTT llosss,)
IMPORTER OF MlDITIKKlHtaa 000D8, lo ,
DE1LEK IM rim TKiH,
oclO If PICKLES, gaUCEt, in ,kc
W ll Ooeraa
a. J. Kaaai
riOOPKU & UAQAN.
y (8aeM.orsof Jaa.Sklrsla,,)
ETOVE, TIH 1KD EUEET.IKOH.WOBEEKS,
t&7 Eleseaia Slieet, above Peaa'a Ase ,
WAIHINOTOH, D 0.
r f arllealar altettloa pall te repelriag Faraasee,
laatee, Fallot Bealtia, is., tat all wtlLwantaUi.
lOB SALU IN THE nitdl' WAIID A
LABOI THREE AKD- HALF STORY BRICK
uuuoa. ininiiian nuuno hiiiiibi, banua
DINING ROOM AND HAIf, WITH LARGE CELLAR
UNDER THE WHOLE HOUSE Tb lot contain over
II, ono feet of gruoil, under cultivation, with grap
viae, fruit Ireei.ehrubi, Soweri, Ac Gae aod water
throughout the hone It li a firitrlaie realdeoce.and
lelo onaofth Bneit location lu th city AdJrui B,
U J . at Ihl office )yl3 tf
IMPORTANT TO CLAIMANTS I'OIt
ONE UUNDRED DOl LaKS BOUNTY.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE AND COMH18SIONER OF
Office Nj SlSFetreet beiween Fourteenth and Fifteenth
Claimant deilrlug to file their application for S10O
Boaaty under Act Joly 28, 1M Vtlll Sod the aeotiiary
Blanki, wh ch eaa be promptly prepared aod awora to,
at tblaoffic. Two wltuCMM required to Idtatlfy, lu
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