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LOCAL NEWS. To Adrertlier. Nearly ten thouiand oople of the .Repub lican are clroulated among the floating populft. tlon every day.beildesthelargennmberaorvoil to regular aubaorlbora. Advertisers will take note accordingly. V 1' ThePreeuTterjrof thaDietrletof Colnm- ulss, (N. H. Presbyterian.) This pronbytery held It, regular full tension In the Aesembly'i Church, corner of I and Fifth stroots. Reverond Mr. Dunning, of Baltimore, proached n highly Interesting and Instruollvo eermon, on the dutloi we owe to the Church and the State, from the toxt: "Rendor unto Cresar the things whloh are Gsoiar'a, and to Uod the things that are God's." He very clear ly and forcibly presented the obligations Chris tlan men are under to render obedience to " the powers that be," and to be oonsolonclous ly faithful to the government. He repudiated tno notion that religion has nothing to do with politic or government, and argued, that to the prevalence of this opinion was owing, In n gre.it measure, our national troubles. Tho Church should always exercise a healthful In fluence ovor politics, controlling the turbulout passions, and Inculcating, by preoept and ox itraple, true allegiance. The Church has not dono her duty in this respect; and it is now due both to Crosar and to God, as well as to her own Intorests, that the Church be Importunate In her prayers to Qod that Us may nulce bare Ills mighty arm, und bring salvation to our nation. Hov. Mr. McFalls was eleoted Moderator, when the rogular blUlnoss on the docket was taken up. Tho ohurohes composing this tirea hytory aro in a prosperous condition, and ha e ontored heartily Into tho new fields of useful nexs opened to them, by tho concentration of o many soldlors within their bounds. In ordor to Inoreased usefulness, the presbytery re solved to visit, as a body, all tho ohurohes under Us Jurisdiction, and hold services for ui.o week in each ohuroh. At twelve o'clock M. tho presbytery ad journed to moot next January, in the Wostorn Froabyterinn Church. I A Fight antt a Separation. About noon yestorday, tho noise proceeding from a houa on U streot, between Twelfth and Thirteenth, betokenod that a fight was raging Inside. Ofllcor llunton. of tho Metropolitan Police, who llvei near by, was soon on the spot anu airesiou mo panics engsgoa. moj- wore taken bofore Justice Clark, when ihoy gave their names as Joseph Koons and Catharine Smith. It was stated that tho parlies aro man and wife, aud that tho woman has another hus band living, which faot, it Is supposed, often 19 the cauio of their disagreements. Tho Justloo, on the man promising to leave the houso, and never more lntorfcm with the woman, dis missed tho caeo. Lost Child. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C.ino, who llvo on Mrs. Dundas's farm, no ir Camp Graham, two miles north ot Washington, aro In great distress at the loss of their little child a boy about four years old. Ills name is John Cane, and he was dressed in strlpod llnaoy and black cap, his ptuts torn on the right knee; has light curled h ilr, and blue oyoi. Ho was last seen on Tuesday oven ing, about 5 o'clock, in company with or follow ing after some soldlors in tno direction of Ilia densburg. iii Accident In Georgetown. As a train of sumo thirty ambulances was pasting along Washington streot yesterday afternoon, the horses attached to ono of them took fright and ran nil whon turning tho cor ner of (lay street. Tho driver, namod Owon Carrol, attemptod to Jump out, but foil, and the wheels of the vehicle passed over his right side, Injuring blm Intornally. His ankle was ulo badly hurt. Ho was taken to the Seminary Hospital. tJ How In Georgetown. Night before last, a riot oocurred near tho Twenty Buildings, on Fourth street, between Fayetto and Frederick streets, Georgetown, between a gang of colored men, most of whom were intoxicated. In the melee, sticks, stones, and knives were usod, and one of them, named Thomas Cblsley, rocolved a severe cut In the abdomon, which is said to bo of a serious char acter and llkoly to prove fatal. Several others were badlr hurt In the iiffrav. The George town police yesterday arrested tbo following persons, wno were ooncorneu in me auray: George Jones, oharged with outtlng Cblsley and being ono of tho leadors of the riot, and Thus. Armstrong, W. II. Belt, William Fowler, Samuel Thomas, and George Webster, aa being partici pants and accessories to tho cutting. Justice Reaver committed the ontlro party to Jill for a turiner examination. Arrested for Stealing Males, A.J Slough, of Cumberland, Maryland, was arretted night beforo last, oharged with steal ing four mules from R. 8. McKalg. lie was , taken before Justice Dunn, where ho did not deny taking the mules, but oxhlbited a bill against McKalg, upon whloh he claimed a bal ance duo, aud statod that his object in taking tho mules was to seouro tbo payment of this balance The Justice was not fully convinced of the propriety of this mode of actios, and re qulrod tho prisoner to givo bail for a further hoaring, Oijiliana Court. Judge Purcdl presiding Yesterday, the Bar ney divorce case was continued by the examin ation of John F. Calhui, John S. Tyson, Mrs. Catharlno I'oddlcord. Wadswurth Ramsey. G. I,. Gibei son. a d Mrs. Captain Oldfleld, sister of Lieutenant Harney, all or whom tostlued to tho genoral gord character of Lieutenant Birnoy, as evincod both in bis conduct towards his fam ily and others. At three o'clock, tho court adjourned until eleven inis morning, wncn mo case win oe con tlnued. Pocket Flekca. Yesterday morning, whllo Mr. William Birth, grocer, corner of Third street and Indiana aveuue, was making some purchases In the Centre Unrkot, his pocket was relieved, by soreo adroit rogue, of his purso, containing forty-two dollars and forty cents In gold and silver. St. Aloyalua' Church. Mr. Harry Schorman and Mrs. Ceollla Young h.tvo lioou opg.igod at tho Church St. Alnyslus, and n 111 enter upon their dutlos on next Sun day, Mr. Bohemian being the orga 1st. Webor's (iratul MS3 In U will bo porformed, and Mrs. Young III Blng tho solo " (Jratlas aglmus tlbl," with lluto obligate. The Police Commissioners. The Metropolitan I'ollco Commissioners held their usual uoeklv meeting josterday after noon, but no business of importance was trans acted. iii Given Vp. Iu accordanoo with the ruling of Judge Mer rick, of tho circuit oourt, Ililgadler General flraham, at noon yesterday, brought beforo tho court tho minor, Jeremiah L)on, of the twenty-third Pcnnaj ivanla regiment; wheto upon tho court ordorod his discharge. iii Death at the Inilrtnary. Cornelius Ilrosnahun, a teainslor a resident in tnis city aiea aiine innrmary yostenuy ii, Stamptile of Horses. Not to the reward offered in another column'! lor tno recovery or ioriy-iour norsos. i , The Cry la, Stilt they Came I And nil we can bear is. ' War t war I war t ' Hut, for my part. I am tired ol the old itory of war. nut, on i jus Brown nave vou lieard thu verv 1..-1. T l laiHLiiuwsr iu. nui. Wby.SUITU.Mo lOOSettnth .- . I.itt l.asl H-.lvhl b na.m. u.1- nf 1 . f t .irri-l, . l. lvv.fc uvn i,w. VI .'..uu (JI.OrillNt) of every description, and he offers to sell them at such low prices They say be has a kiuck ol selling bis goods at lower rales than the other stores. How ho does it, 1 do not know But, for my part, I can assure you, Mrs. Hiokii, that lie can lit out your 00) s with nice Cl.OTU IN J at re mark tbly low prices. 1 advtse ail to call at Willi ITS, No tulSevsnlh street, oppo.lte I'o.l OUIoe, and look at Ins Mew Stock, and Oiey will be convinced that what Mrs Jones said, is so. awgto 8m Ilatl's Patent Drinking unit Filtering Tabes for JW Cents Kach. Now that the fall rains aro riling our rivers and streams, wo would advise all .our military friends to piocure one or thoso ingonlous and practical little Instruments, whloh no soldier should be without, as It porrcctly filters the water from insects, Ac., thoreby rondorlng it healthy. Yu can also puroltaso rubbor bun kett, rubber coats, rubber leggings, ponohos, oapes, rubber horso covors, and cap covers, boots, shoos. &0..&0., at manufacturer's prices, at tho India itubbor Wiirohorno, No. 3041'onn sylvanla avenue, uotweon Ninth and Tenth stroeU. sep 30-1 f DIBD, On the Oth Instant, Captain Josnui Gibson, In the 41st year of his age. The friends of tho family aro respectfully In vited to attond bis funeral this afternoon (Fri day) at half past throe o'clock, from his lato resldenco, corner of Boventh and 10 streets. May he rest la peace. Farther Interesting Newe front the Const of North Carolina. From sovoral officers of tho navy, who reached Old Point by tho Susquehanna, we have accounts of two engagements which took place near tho onoampmont of tho twentieth Indiana regiment, whloh Is about thirty miles from Fort Hatteras. Tho ontlro command at that placo was oonflnod to seven companies of tho regiment, In charge of Its colonel, tho other throe not baving boon forwarded tbere by the sloamshtp S. R. Spauldtng, which carried thorn from Fortress Mouroo to Hatteras. Thoy wero encamped on a narrow ponlnsula, without any more formidable weapons than muskets, and were attackod by a Confederate force of nearly throo thousand men, oonslstlng, In part, of tho first Georgia reglmont, under tho oommaml 1 f Col. Braisted, a graduate of tho West Point Military Academy, and ono regiment each from the States of Virginia and North Carolina. Finding themselves somewhat hemmed In by tho attaoklnc forces, tho retreat was Koundoo. and tho command retired rapidly beforo thoy oould draw in their vldettes. The colonel of tho regiment states that bis los3 in killed, wounded, tea., is not loss than seventy, whilst the enemy, who pursued them for a consldera b e dlstanco, succeeded In tho capture of tho military stores, a considerable numbor of their arms, knapsacks, and tents. During tho retroat, the party met a military command of six companies, under tho direction of Colonel Hawkins, who, supposing thorn In danger of an attack, was on tho march to rein forco them. Learning tho particulars of tho caso. Immediate communication was had with the fleet, when it was dotermiuod to send up tho United Btates shin Monilcollo. undor the command of Captain David L. Bralno, United States navy, and but a abort time elapsed be foro the steamer was undor way und unchoied within a short distance of tho ovaouatcd on nampment of the Federal troops. Aftor re- v. ilalni. ,k.H am.nMnl 1 Au Ointnln 11 .Inn not perceiving any of tho enomy, concluded that they had dis ippeared; but lu thH lio was soon disappointed, lor tho ontlro Confederate force was observed emerging from a doneo wood and marching litany in column of o ru panics to tho fort. The ble.urer at that tlino occupied such a position thatsbo wasouablcd to give tho enemy a raking fire, and for three hours a continual broadsldo of shot und shell porlorated their ranks. There seoms no doubt that Colonel Ilrals'cd was killed, togethor with many othor comrnli sloned officers, whllit tho lino was tin own Into confusion by tho unexpected attack. Ihetrip of land which the enomr occuplod was so nar row that they had but limited means of shel ter, and It is ropoitodby one of the osc.iped prisoners of tho Indiana reglmont that their loss In killed and wounded was not lost than three hundred. Tholr expedition, which steamed down Pam lico Sound, consisted of slxsteamtugs, ono ol which was tho Fanny, the same number of schooners, und several large fiat-bottomed transports. Iwo of tho schooners weio do BtroyoJ, whilst the force of the Confedera'.es soon ro-embarked and loft for tholr rendezvous, which is Itoanoko hland, about twelve miles from the scone ot tho action and Hell fortified. Soon as the rosult oi tho affair was known at Fortress Monroo, much rejoicing took place, and it was determined that all exertions should be used In ordor to augment tbo strength of the Fodoral foicos on tho North. Carolina coast. Baltimore American. Ufllelal Account or the Kngugrment on the North Carolina Coast. Wasiiinuton, Oct. 9. The following dis patches were to-night received at the Navy De partment: United States Steamer Scsuukuanna, Oir Hatteras Inlet, Oct. C, 18G1. Sm: Late In the afternoon ot the 4th Instant, I received information, that tbo enemy had landed in large fore t at Ghtcomlco and Kine Keet, and that the Indiana regiment posted thero was In full retreat beforo them. Abo, that our three tugs In the Inlet wero aground or disabled. Tho Fanny had been captured the day before. I at once got under way with this ahlp and the Montlcello, and anchored for tho night close to eboro iu Hatteras cove. At daylight I found our troops la and about the Light House, and la distress for want of provisions, which they had been without for twenty four hour.. I supplied them with food, and at the renuest oi Iho commanding officer remained lor tbeir protection during the day. Hearing that tho enemy were Hill in large lorco at Klne Keet, I sent the Montlcello to drlvo them ou", which important service was performed by Lieut. Commanding limine, wlh great effect and good conduct His report U enclosed. I am, very respectfully, Your obedient eorvant, (Signed) J. L. Lahdnei:, Capt. Flag Officer L. M. Goldsborough. ARUEST FOB l'UlCUAStMJ OlTErtNMENT l'BOl'- EaTV. J. W. Grvtncs. of Georgetown, hoi been or rested on the charge of purchasing Government propel ty of the quartermasters, Ac, which they have bad no right to sell. It U said his books havo been kept with suib precision as to af ford clear proof aguluet the parties Implicated. THE AUMV OF THE ENKMV. The careful surveys mado by our balloont indicate a large concentration oi troops at uu nassas Junction, and north and south ol that point. Tbe giound is covered with tents for miles In extent. WANTS. lirANTKU. Agents to sell an As tide Active vcunir intu Yv useful to every person. can make Iroji five to ten dollars per day. AtiIy to K. WII.MAM IIARKhlt, 620 Seventh street, ud stairs. oct 10 at thne doors ato e D street WA N T E D Agents lo eell Ull urtlcle wanted iu every lainlly Pays well. Apply alii Missouri avenue, betHeen I'our-aud a halt and Sixth street oct t 3t WANTKDi To have everybotly to cull atHMini'S, No 160 Seventh street, opposite Post OlU:e, and imrchato their Fall and Winter Clothing, Tiuuks, Kats,andCapslattheery loiveit prices, uive mm a can wio-iw WANTKD for the (Quartermaster De partment United btates Army, 600 Team sters ray twenty-five dollars per month, with one ration per day Apply at this offloe. J.J DANA, Capt A Q M, o:t4 1m Corner of 18d aud G sts. WANTKD,-An active cntrgetlc pel eon having capl al lufflclent to lurnl.h ubout a dozen teams to visit encampments will bear of a profitable agenoy by applying at I'UltllAltMONIC HALL, sep9tv U rji avenue, near Eleventh st ROOMS WANTKD 1 or H Rooms, by a tingle gintleman.with or without board, In a small family occupying a modem house, with a batli room Helerence given aud required Address ' UNION " at the National Itepubllcau Utllce. aepl) BY TELEGRAPH. i lMl'OUTANTHOUTHKnN SKWI. Louisville, Oot. 8. Richmond papers of the 1st, and Cbarleaton of the 3d instant, are ro oolved. Genoral Loots to take oommandof the forces heretofore under the command of Generals Wise aqd Floyd. A Malomont In the Galveston Notes makes the number of Texan troops now In tho field 20.000, of which 3,000 aro In Virginia, 4,000 In Wostorn Missouri and Arkansas, and 4,000 in Arizona and New Mexico. Rohort Scott announoes himself a candidate for the Confederate Congress of Fauquier Dis trict, Va. Communication over the East Ton. nesseo railroad has been Interrupted for tome days in consequenco of the washing away of tho track by floods. Thero is groat rcjololng throughout the South ovor tho capture of Lexington, and the dl (acui ties of Gen. Fromont. llansfloldLovolI, late of tho olty of New York. Is appointed a brlg&dler genoral, and assigned to duty In. Louisiana. N. Porter, of tho Drat Michigan regiment, died at Castle Pinckney, on tho 2d Instant, or typhoid fever. Tho health of tho other prison ers Is said to bo gocd. Governor Monro, of Louisiana, has Issued orders, on tho 20th ult., to compel all persons subjeot to the mllltla laws to drill overy even ing tholr refusing or evading to be reoorded on the black list as Busplclous, and enemies to tho South. No Homo Guard allowed, unless foreigners or ovor age. Full authority to en force discipline by court-martial is given men to bring such arms as thoy havo. Colonol McKeo, lato editor of tho Lnulsvlllo Courier, will take oommandof a reglmont under General Ruckner. Tho Citizens' Bank of New Orleans are olr oulatlng " fives " out In two, oaoh pleoo to rep roont two and a half dollars. Thirteen hundred Indian warriors crossed tho Arkansas rlvor, near Plymouth, on the 15th of Septembor, en route for Ben. McCulloch's army. Geu. Whitfield, of Kansas, is also moving toward Southern Missouri, at tho bead of a number of Texas troops. TnoFader.il prisoners sent to Now Oilcans were osoorted to their quartets in that olty by a colored company. An oxchamte of shot and shell took nlaca on the 20lh ultimo, between a Fedoral man-of-war and the robot steamer jay, witnoui any nam ago being done to oitber aide. A boat from the Wator Witch had landed soino men at the tolegraph station at the head of the Passes, who carried off tho telegraph Instru ment. The rebol steamer South Carolina had cap tured a Mexican steamor off Galveston. Goorgo Davis acd W. T. Dortch havo been olected senators from North Carolina to tbo robel Coneross. The pending congressional olection is publlo throughout the rebol States. In live States only eloctoial tlokets are thus far put up. It Is evident, from tho tone of Bouthorn pipers, that tho lebol army of tbo Potomao w ill act itricuy on me ueiemtvo. KENTUCKY. It is represented that 15,000 Confoderato troops aro between Grccu river and Nashvlllo and about u regiment por day woro arriving at :wuviiio, inni Bouuiorn poinis. Tho rebcU clatm to have 40,000 men in Ken tucky. To-morrow the LouKville Journal will con tain the correspondence betwoon General An' dersou and Mr. Haldcman, lato editor of tho Courier, relative to the suppression of tho Courier, at-ci ms oxodus into roueinom. Ex-Governor Holme has taken tho oath of arc glance to the United States und returned home. The Green Rlvor bridge Is mined nnd ready to no oiown up oy mo room. FROM FOOTRKSS MONItOK. Fortress Monroe, Oct. 9. Brigadier General Williams hat not left for Hatteras Inlet, the revenuo cutter Corwin having been dotalned by tho sovore gale now pievaiitng. Tho tug Young Amnrloa, while sounding tho ch iniiol of James iler, yesterday, exchanged a few shots with the 1'ig I'olnt battery. Sev eral shells exploded no.tr ber, but did no barm. The Union gun Is now mounted so hs to sweep the roadi belneeti tho fortress and riowull's Point. General Wool and Quartermaster Tallraadgo have reoommeiuhd to the Quartermaster Gen eral, tho quartering of tho troops at Old Point and Newport Nows for tho winter, In com fortable wooden houses, built so as to accom modate two or three companies each. Tho plan will doubtless be adopted. Similar quar ters will also soon be erootod for tho contra band. i t i THE LATEST FROM MISSOURI. Jefferson City, Oct. 10. The surrender of the Fodoral camp near Herman proves not to havo been so serious as at first stated. Colonel Mat thews simply abandoned bis camp on tho.ip Eroichof the rebels. Ho has now no appro enslon of attack, and tho bridges are well guarded. &t. Louis, Oct. 9. Tbo Memphis papers pub lish the proclamation of Ben. MoCullnch to tho people of Arkunsis, dated September 2511i, asking for throo regiments of Infantry Immo dlatoly, to servo one year. Dispatches from Fort Smith say that McCul loch H in want of men, his present force boh g only 3,500 strong. This would seem to prove mat Aicuunucil is stm auvo. Tho officers of the Fremont Light Guard deny tho statement that the rocrultlnc offlcos of thul regiment woro closod on the announcement of tno removal oi rremont, ana tnoy ei.ue iu.it enlistments are going on raptuiy. RKTCRN OF DR. HAYESS l'OLAR EXPEDITION. Jlalifax. Octobor 9 Dr. Hayes's polar podltlon arrlvod hero this morning. In tho United States party nil aro well, but two Imto aiea August Boning, ino astronomer, aim lio son Carults. Dr. Hayos reached Smith's Straits on tho 2GIU oi August, last year, out coutu not ponetraio tbe straits u. Ith his vessel last season or this. Ho w nteied at Port Foulko. near Cane Alex undor, and with a dng-s'edgo reached lat. 61 tleg. 35 mm,, amy ism, oi tlilsyo.tr. THE FREMONT-IILA1R DItFICULTV. Cincinnati, October 9 Tho Ciriolnnii'i in quirer, the paper In which all tho Bl.ilr and Fromont cbargeB, letters, Ac, appeared uilgh nallv. In answer to General Fremont's diSDutch exculpates the Geneial or any membors of his ilepartmeui unqiiaiiiieuiy, irom any lesponsi liilitv In their nubllcatinn. The n.u.cr. It s. 8 wero obUInod through an entirely dllfereut sourco. The Wounded Pnisohits from Richmond. Tho Federal soldiers who wrro wounded at tbe battles of Hull Ruu and Muua'sas Junction, whoso arrival horu his been noticed, i-tlll ro main under tho chareo of the Government physicians of the hospital at tho National Hotel. They aro accommodated In ono ol the spiicloti dwellings east of the Ho U, and aio under lue special cnargo oi ur. Aciams, wno Is unremitting In his attentions to lli.-lr wonls. These bravo men cannot help contrartlng their present condition with that durlug their con Iluemtnt In the tobacco warehouse lit Hlth mond, where they wew deprived of almost every comlort. Now ihsy are surrounded by good friends, supplied with such duties as are so palatable to the Invalid, enjoy tho most comlortable quarters, and sleep upou raallres ses Instead ol bard floorB. Under such treat ment tbey aro doing well, and thero is no doubt every ono will recover. lialtimmt ltnerfcan. Mexico. The total foreign commerce cf Mex ico amounted In 18U0 to about fifty-four mil lion dollars ; tho Imports amounting lo $2C 000,000 and exports to $28,000,000. Of this total sum, the British traJo was valued at $: 100,000 ; our own at only $8,700,000 ; that ot France at $5,600,000 ; of Germany $2,000, 000 ; ol Spain only $1,200,000. 1 hiti.E Zouux Tho young gttlsof North ampton. Mup., hae orgauUed a Ziuuve mill taty company, and will glvoauoxhlbiti iiidnll at the agricultural hall oil the first day ol Iho I cattle show la that town. LATEST BY TELEGRAPH. , i , THOU WESTER VIRGINIA. !uiafer,Ootobor 10. General Roynolds has driven Oonerals Loo and Floyd from Bfg Springs to Elk Mountain nnd Greenbrier brldgo. Tho rebels destroyed tholr camp equipage, ammunition, and several hundred muskets. Several wagons fell Into our hands. General Roseorans la at the mountain, strong, ly entrenched. Tbo enemy Is well ontenohed at Big Sewoll. General Roseorans advancod ten miles, but, finding the rebol entrenchments too strong to attaok, retired, as his Invitation to the rebels to come forward was not accoptod. The weather Is rainy. There has beon a bloody affair at Chapmans vllle. Five Zouaves wero killed. Tho robols lost thlrty-flve killed. We learn from Wheeling, Va., that Major S. W. Crawford, of Fort Sumter, has joined Gen. Rosccrans' command. FOUND. Two Klfei, having the name of Kile Majir Roblmoo engravedon them. The owner can obtali them ay oalling at Martini bar ber shop, No 401 Seventh etreet, near the corner ot II treet, and l roving property and paving charge. Wlilll- RAIt AWAY from the Hubscrlber, In Nottingham Dl-trlct, Prince George'a county, on October 8th, rarnrgro mm Aaron Wetms, about Sftvearaof agr, very dark complexion. full suit of hafr, and noe very fiat, flae set of teeth, and about 5 feet 8 or 9 Inches high. $50 reward will be paid f.r ins arrest ana detention in Jill, to mat i may get him again. MAKY A. l'ERKIE, Administratrix of the eitate of Kdward Tj l'errle. Nottingham, Prince George'a couuty, Md. ootll 2w rtf) KVVWAUD FOR RACII IIOUSK ) Forty four Hornes. The firnre " I " braided ou the right Jaw of all except one, which j. it a dahk nubbkl. Any one delivering lh- Tjaf above to 1h; eubforlt-er lot, near the June f lion of Pennaylvanit avenue and the ireck below Georgetown, or at hie stable, back of Clty'i Hotel, will r.celve the above reward, oct lt-M J. II. DENNIS. POTATOES, STUAW AND OATS. soo bbla. of Buck-eyo Potatoes 1,003 bu.hcla of prime New York Oats. ISO bales of prime Straw. For ll'e by PETRU BF.RRY, oot 11 3t 83 Water street, Georgetown. M I HI UltOOICE'S KNOLIStl AND French BouullnB and Day School. This Institution la now open for the reception of urn at no. ifcu rennyivaaia avenue, aeven uuna logs, four doors west ox Its former location, (corner ot rilnetienth street ) Harlor for teven yean enjoyed the confidence of the nubile, tbo Principal Is encouraged to hope for a eonutiuacoo of its support the refers to the ptrenU and guardians named in bar circulars, wlio are jualillerl to speak of the HurlK of her school, and particularly to Professor Uache or the United States Coast Survey, and to I'rcfiusor Henry, of the tiultti sonlan Iustitutlen. oct 1 8w NOTICE. The young (jrntleuien who took sundry article of clothing and glovori as tbey were passing out of the restaurant of .Mr Dorman, No u54 Soventh street, aro requested to return them within threodays,or they will be prose cuted according to law If they return ttie unices within that lime, they will not be exposed October 3, 1831. oct 8 If WASHINGTON AtlSKNAb, BirTsMBkR J7.IM1. onicu t'ruiu-w.. Ill UB CUUUIBCU" IIUJIUIIII IUII C7ml ' wilt bu received at the office of the comm&nd 1 i- ... ,. . v. , i. .. : i. - lng ofOeer of Ibis arsenal until 10 A. M or the 10th I of Outoher next, for furnishing 260 tone of Cumber 1 lanu loai, nest quality uuu oi tue mine," euuauie for blaoksmitlts and steam engine use, and equal in quality to that previously purchased, wukh will be stioaon application. The wbole to be delivered ana storea away in tue coat nouse aojacent to ino wharf at Udi arsenal, at the expense of the con tractor. GEOKOF. D. KAM8AY, sep 30 Lt. Col Commaudlng N. EV lOltli PllICKS sVOKAIsIsKlrvOH afClaihlnir. lists. Can.. Trunks. Vet .see faliirLs. Collars, and Ties, at SMITH'S, No. 400 Seventh stfwet, OfTpeslte Feat Oinue oot Slm JUST IltxCUIVKD, a large quantity of Mountain Butter, and for sale Dy tne ilrkin. Corner of Seventh and D streets, No 6.6 oct 3 lw PS.YBIASTEKS' CASH I1UXKS. Fator's Patent Camp Cots Camp Stools from 80 cents to $2 50 each Blaukets, Comforts, Pillows, lrn Bodsteads, ic . Ac Fortnleby JAS. O. McGOIKB CO . sep. 27 dJw (Star Cor Tenth st. A Perm. Av. HKADQ.UA11TKI18 FOR CLOTHING, Hats, and Cats, at SMITH'S, Kb. 400 Seventh street. oct 3 lm AllllANGKMKNT OK TIIK BIAILS, At thb Wasiukotoh Citt Post Ori-ica 1 he AVIAoti Jaif closes at 1 o'clock and at f o'clotl. P. M', dally ; and arrives at 6 10 A. M, and tj P. il., dully. The llVst-m .Vail closes at 1 o'elook P. M. , and ar rives at 10 u0 o'clock A M , dally. The NorOiwattrn Mail clones at 1 o'clock Kid at 9 o'clock P. M., dally ; and arrives at 6 10 A. M. and (I'.U, dally Ihe Alacmln Mail closes at 1 SO P M.; ani ar rivis at 3 o'elook P. St The oftlee will open for deliver) at 8 o clock A. M , dally, and close aCs 30 P. M., daily, except ou bun day, when lt will open at 8 and close at loo'clock A 51., opening again at 6 P.M. aud remaining opeo till 7 P.M. LEWIS CLUrHANE.? U TT-iJJ-S.n STATES M1UTAIIY UOUTUl SPECIAL N0TICEJT0 TRAVELLIIUb. On and after MONDAY. Sentember !3. 18t)i . Pa sengcr Trains between Washington and Baltimore, will run as renews TRAINS MOVING NOKTII. Morning Express leavd Washington CAM. Arrive at Baltunore at 7 46 A. M.; Philadelphia 1160 I. M. New York 6 P. M.: Uarrl-burg 1 16 P. M. Morning Accommodation leave Washington 7 SO A. M. Arrive at Baltimore V 10 A. M ; Phlladcl phla 3 P. M : New 1 ork 8 P. M. Evenlnc Einress leave Wahlnrton 2 .10 P M Arrive at Halilmore 4 10 P. M.; l'hllade) hia 0 80 r ai . ; n ew i ora o i . ji. Evening Accommo'atlon leave Washington 6.46 P. M Arrhe ut Baltimore 7.20 P. M , UarrUburg 1 A. M. TIIA1N8 MOVING SODT1I. Lea New York at 7 A. M.; Philadelphia 11 80 A ill , naiumore s a v. at. Arrive at tvasiuugion 6 80 P. U Leave New York at 6 P. M ; Philadelphia 10 to P St.: Baltimore 6 A. M. Arrive at Washington 0 40 A.M. Accommodation Trains leave Baltimore at 8.40 A M.,and 6 P. M , and arrive at Washington loss A u., ana o o r ai. Paccuger 1 rains leaving Washlugtou at 7 SO A M and 2 ol) P. M , and Baltimore at a 40 A M nut Z 46 P. M , make direct oouutcilonsforAnnapolH at the Junction. r rains leavo Annapolis lor Baltimore and Wrndi Inttton ut 0 66 A. M acd 2 P M. and y 80 P. M., aud Baltimore at b A. BI , and 2 16 r Al win tup owy ai Atmaixtiit juikiioh ana luiay juiunm Way Pussengera are requested to take the Aum malalion D-tans or tbe ltcgularTonuagi rrain,hlcti will have ptssengeroar attached. Trains will leave tbe Washington Depot yrmtqily utvm cuni time. All articles of freight (not contraband of war) will be transported over the lino. lt gular 'I onnave Trains will leave Baltimore at 4 A. M. Leavo Wa.h ligton at k SO 1. M. By order ot tbe Secretary of War: K. F MORLEY, General Manager. THOMAS a. CANFIELD, Asststaut Manager, sept 87-tf - SPECIAL NOTICE SUNDAY TKAIN. Leave Washington at 9 30 P. M. for New York and Philadelphia. From New York and Philadelphia, arriving in Washington at 8.10 A. M. n F. MOItLUY, July 29 General Manager. A UXstlC OLD BOLDIK118 WANTKD. All able old eoldleri, who onoe served, and who would like to serve again, under prompt attention ot extrcuto and capacity aa such, will pKaxe call at Mulor Jewell's olflce, Foitefllce corner, er direct to ' FKANCO," at this office. Only about 100 remit td lu till the regiment of Jirawvr v order of Capt. CUAULKl ULCllbU, Formerly of the First N. Y Volunteer Hpt S0-U In M(2l0C0i AMUSEMENTS. ODD KKlsIiOWH' HALL,! McTenth Street, above D. TRIUMPHANT SUOOISBS. cruwdud nousaa. KlgMh Week of the Original V A .-nVF 11 10 I, Is MINBTKKIsM Thirteen Star Performers. First Week of the O I BG U S . First Week of the DANCING MASTKit. First Week of NKW YKAK'B CALL. Change of Programme Nightly. Admlttslon 26 cents. Doers open at 7 o'clock ; commence at 8 o'clock, ootl Dr. O. FORD, Agent. 4V9-TIIE UNION PltAYKK iUBRTING will be holden, every day this week, la the English Lutheran Churoh, corner of Kleventh and II streets, to commence at half-past four o'elook. To be con tinued one hour only. oct 8 mo TUB OFFICERS OF THE AltMY. Ju't arrived, a direct Importation per steamer ulton. from Europe, a very fine and iarffe assort. Fulton, from Europ ment of Marine, Opera, iield Glasses, and fell scopes, which I will sell a very little above the cost In rarH Aato the qualities, tbere are none su'e rlorto be had, having been seltcted purposely lor this markt t Also, m large and well assorted slock ot Opera Ulaseea, Microscopes, gold, silver, and steel Specie i sand Eye Glasses, suited to the aifbt by the U3. of an Optometer. A.oonslderable number of certiflv'a es to be seen at my ofllce, from gentlemen who t,te been suited at my old establishment. I2G Pennsylvania aunue.uetwttn Fonr-auJ-a-Lulf and Sixth Streets. My F-stabllahmerit la np stairs. fJIa-i'i fttttd IoiiiP. The trade supplied. octlO-ly SKAI.KU IMIOPOHA1.8 are Invited for FLO Ult tilt the 11th October, 1801, at U o'clock II. About 6,o0 barrels will be required, in separate lots of about l.ooolarrela each. Hie Flour to be made of new wheat, und the delivery of the whole lot to be made by the 26th of October, 1861. The Flour required to be of the follow log brands, and to pass tbo Inspection of a Board of Army Offi cers, or such other Inspection aa the Subsistence De partment may dtrect: Arlington Extra Congress do. 8. l'ry do. Falrvlew do. Cedar Vale do. Glenwood do. Clagett do. J IVewoome do. M. Smith do. ltoxbury do. Joe Charles do J. Davidson & Co. do. Foundry do neck do D L. MorrUon fl. Co do Lyon's Union Flour do Ills Spring, Jie Charles do. KaVs hxtra baker's do. A few barrels of the same grade of Southern Flour will be taken, provided that it proves equal in grade to the branda above named The bidden to state the brand and the number of barrels of each kind tbey Broncho to furnish ..-. ...... .-., ... .., . . . 1 I1W u.ii.ii w.l..uug , well hooived and head lined. sue oarreis containing me riour to ue strong, sue prooowi to uu suunweu tu aihj a. hl-viv Wiril.O.S ,U S. A., Washington, D. 0., and en dorsed " Proposals for 1 nour." oct 10 niNSION OKF1CK, JUNK O. 1H01 A TV ALL WHOM IT MA I" COSCIUUt. Application having been made under the act of 83d June, isou, ior me reissue oi tue ianu arran:a ae oi ibed herein, which are alleged to tare been lost or destroyed, notice fs hereby given that, at tbe date following the description of each warrant, anew certificate of like tenor will be Issued, if nov&lid ob Icctton should then aDoear. no is.cxd, ior loo aires, isnuvu uiiuer lue act us March, 1866, In the tame of Amos Arthur, and granted on the 17th dayof August, 1867 October is. 1B01. No. 80,620, for (0 acres, under act of 1847, and bearing date May 8th, lesc, In favor of Michael Bopp, father of Samuel Boup, deceased, third Indi an& volunteers. Mexican War October 18. 1861. No 84 628, for 123 acres. Issued under the eet of Xtarcn, isoo, iu lue nsme uidsmeH Mins;, snu Krantou on the 31st day of March, 1856 October 19, 1801 No 24.C67, for 180 acres, Issued under the act ol March, 1865, lu the namr of Thomas Fanner, and irrantedontheSddavof May. I860 October 19.18ol. No 2.163. for ICO acres, issued under the act ol March. 1858, In the name of Benltmln Ileiley, and grauieu on uie ma uisv ui uuue idod. 1856, In the name of Ileuben WoodruiT, and granted on tne em any 01 may, 1000. No 858, for 160 acres, iuued under the act of March 1856, In the name of Samuel II. Waterhouse,aud (rmuied on the 23d dav of Mav. 1865 No 2,631, lor 80 acres, Issued under tbe act ot Murch, 1865 lu the name of Shelly Downs, aud grautcd on the 2d day of August, 1856 November 10, 1BC1. No l6 100, for 160 acres, issued under the act ol Marcn,l&6C, in toe name 01 tony, wiaow 01 uavia uradtmry, ana gramea on tne tutu uay 01 aeptm ber. ibho 16th November. 1861. No 08,814, for 160 acres, issued under the actol March. 1855. in the name of Guv S Alexander, ml. nor child of John C. Alexander, deceased, and granted July 2d, 1660 November 16, 1861. No 43,34.1, for leo acres, Issued under the act of 1. .OKI In .1.. nan-A nl fli-l.tlan lln.i.l.-.,.. and granted oa tbe '-7th day of iSeutcmlvr. lt&&- Nnvembtr 16.1881. No 41,939, for 1C0 acres, Uued under the act of March, 1855, in the name of J n tut a 1'ray.and grant ed on the '.nit day of March, U31 November 23, 1801. No 25,030, for 160 acrri, liMued under the act of jiarcii, ior, in ine mimes vi liiiaia si , juuun u A., ana John U.S. Minor, cliJldrcu nf Irwin Hagjftt deceased, and granted ou tbo 'J 4th day of May 1846 .November 23, 1901 No 41.815. lor 80 acres, fumed under the not March, 18(5, in the name of (Jetty, widow ofThoma.. hi wood, aud granted January If), 1857 November SB, IttOl No 75,320, for 160 acrctf.toued under the act cf March, 1855, in tho name of Alexander McCulIough, ana gramea ou me sin uay oi o anuary i ooo n o em hpfAl. 1801 No 67 .803. for 160 Acres. Lomcd under the act ol March, 1855. In the name oi Hannah, uldow of of Janien WlLon, aud cranttd on the ..Otuday ol February. 1857 Utcemler 30. 1W1V uu 0UVOi iu u a vivo i iwutu uuuci list vi "J Murch, lt.55, ia the name ot Alxauder Mcuain, rt a fiflQ 4"io 1 fift tipfia twittmA tmAi.m S)t.A .ml aI &uh gramea on uie ian uay oi uciooer, iott o vember GO. 1891. No 9,769, Jor 120 cctl'h, iejiued under the act ol March. 1855. In the name of Daniel Went, and arant ed on the Uth day of July, lb(5 7th December, 1801. No. 64,1.50. for 120 acres, tautd under the act of March, 1816, in the came of Jlortlia, widow of An drew Mellon, aud granted m lliv 15th day of April, jane utii'cmuvrxi, 1001, No. 3,30-;, for ICO acred, lutd under the act ut Marc'i 1855, In tho name of damial R Jackmiy and crautcd on tho let day of Aucurt, 1855 No 8,104, for IPO acred, iiM.vd umlertlif act ot March, 1855, In the name ot William H Turrauce, ana gramea on me uia uay oi Juiy, man uvwm ber2l.lb(ll. No 14.045. for 80 acred, intued undur the act of September, 1850, in the uamcot Levi Tnadwell, aud granieu oepierouer J, jooi No. 81.038. tor40ucroa, ituedundr the nxae act In the name of Abel ljatu, lud granted November 28.1851 D:ccmber21.18ti No 09,238, lor lto acres, issued under the act of aiaron, iso?, hi iu nane oi ociu joe, ana grameu on uie ;iia any oi June, itoi -uccemotr -a, ictti No 7y:tl0 for U0 acre, fact 1847)ln faor of Kl canor ltryaut, foimerlv wliow, and Lavmrce iSloaii.only eurvithg child, lielit at law of MichHel ot aiitcnei cioai) utctant-u, jai u private oi coia pany " C," eleventh United btutts lulantry, January 4, lbiS JOdUI'II H llAKRhTT, CoramirisiOBef. TVTAVY AOKNT'sl OF KICK, 1 WiUll!tr.tOK,l) O , Oct 7,1861 Proposals will be received at this oiilco until the Uth Instant for 21,000 lbs best Ingot Copper, 3,000" " llauoaTin, l,O00" " SlabZIno, 10 boxes X X Dlin. To bo delivered at the Washington Navy Yard, by the 1st of November next. B. B. BROWN, oct 8 lot Navy Agent. T (I8T A I'enelon Certificate In favor ir AJ U1V O JllCUAUliKT.NO 1,53,WSS lost On O street, between the Treasury Deusrtmeot and the Patent Office, or in that iielhborhood The tinder will be suitably rewarded on leturning II lo Hie Pension Offloe, or to the ollUe or the .Yai.mut Kt pvUmn. . ot o-t AUCTION SALES. JIV J. O. fleOCIHK CO., Auctioneers. musTF.es sale or va i va bls noasMnoio rvRftrrvRs. Ilv virtue of a deed of trust, bearlnsr dtt rm thi list day of Jirnaary.lloT. and doly recorded to liber a. a, , no -as, rouoe zos ana sua, one or us land records for Washington county. In the Dlstrlet of Co lumbia, the subscriber will sell, at publlo auction, oa Thursday. November Htb, at 10 o'olook A It , all lue ruinnure contained in tuat large tnree story brick house situated on the southwest corner of Third ,. V streets, Washington city A ran esneanie will be published, In connection with this advertise ment, pnor to the day ofsale IJISAD JS.. DUShBAlAU. Trustee. , JAS. C. McOUIBB, A CO., sep lc law Auctioneers. JJY WAbh A BAUNARD, Aacttoneera. AXOTirEtt LOT OF KEfTCCKT IIQRMTS AT AUCTION. On SATURDAY mnlni 11th l...... . ia o'clock, we villi sell, In front of the auction rooms, another lot Of verr snnetlA. K.ntnnirv Uau. .if now of the bist stock, and comprising Haddle'and lermecatu. WALL i BARNABD, Oct 10 Auctioneers B Y ORKEIt fc WILMAaiS. Anellotieem. HOCSFJIOLt) ASD K1TCIIEX FUItlflTURB. CAR. Ill ABE, TWU-IWKSE WAOON, LA BOB LOT OF OKIR, d: , At., AT A UCTIOX. n. flATirnmv ti.. .o.i. in.,.., . .i..n ..i, In front of our store, at 10 o'clock A. M..a lsrse inl of new and second hand Furniture, via : ooi.s,.uiirp, ivasnsianas, iieastcaas,ana laDies Feather Beds and Bedding, Ualr and Shuck Mat- tresses China, Glass, and Crockery Ware Large lot of titoves One excellsLt Two horre l'amlly Carriage, and Double Harness One Two horse Wagon and Double Harness With a large tot ol other articles, which we deem unnecessary to enumerate. Icrruscasb. QREEN k WILLIAMS, oct II 2t Auctioneers. MAltailAL'S HAMC In Virtue or a writ of fieri lacias, Issued from the Clerk's Ulliie of the Circuit Court of the District of Colum bia, and to me directed, I will expose to publlo sale, on TUESDAY, the 1Mb oi October, commencing t 10 o'clock A. U,, lor cash, at the store room of Charles nelrman, situated on Seventli streot, fto. 408, in the City of Washington, the following goods and chattels, to wit : A lot of ladies, misses aud ctiil dren'a Hhooi. LototDrawers, lotofQlassCa.es. aud lot of Btraw Mattlogsseized and levied upon as the goods aud chattels of Charlee Welrman, aid will be sold i o eatisly Julicials No. 4. to October turn, llel , In favor of James ltlordan, also rent due Z. C Bob bins. WAUU II LAMON, oct 7 a u. a. manual, o. u. D ANCINO AC A DKMI K , 1'KOFESSOE BAI1NLS. of New Tork. re iHt ipectfully announced that he wtil epen blsLUsK aeadeibiee f r I struction in rssulonable Dancloir at the following places : Franklin llali. Ninth street, comer of 1), Wednee day aid Saturday afternoons at three o clock, begin. nine on the letlilnitant. for ladles, misses, and mast vis, and in the evening at seven o'clock for gentlemen ana iirihs As.imones every vtcuuesaay evening at nine o'clock. Odd Fellows' Hall, Eighth street, Navy Tard, Moi,day and Thursdsy evenings a e vea o clock, for ladles, mtsscs, and masters, and eight o'clock for gen tlemen. Assemblies every Monuay eveulug at nil . o clock, commencUg lhursday evening, October 17, 1801. . Hall corner ol Twentieth street ana t-ennt yivania avenue. ... An afternoon private class, exclusively lor ladles, mlssee, and masters, Monday and Friday afternoons at turee ociock, oonimencins; rriuay, toe zjtn ct October. Mr Barnes will teach ids classes all of the dances usually danced, including tbe new Mazurka. Var sovianna, Waltz with changes. Highland Schotltsche, a new Spanish Dance, Danish Dance, l'oika, ana Schotll-che; the Lancer's Quai.rlllelnelegaatstyle, Minuet Quadrille, Caledonian Quadrille, .o , ic Circulars, Urma, aud relereoces may be obtain. d by calling on Mr Franklin, at bis store, under tbe If.! I Ike Frankllu Hall will be to let four evening each week, to respectable parties only, loi daocleg usst-iu biles, which will be kept In the very finest order. For terms. Inquire of Mr. Barnes, at the Itall.'cbool c'ajs aadeveniogs oct 6 Ira MA UK YOUll CIiUTUlslai Do not have wasbeiMomen lose your shirts, collars. stockings, and flannels Oo to the EXCELSIOR MAKKIM1 1'J.ATC UUMl'Ani'a AUl.tiUI, 471 Seven'h street, Boom No 6, upstairs, and get a bottle of I'leralnm Indelible Ink and Brush, with a silver Steocil Plate. Ink warranted. No brass plates are manufactured i ii All suuos oi E.PB;raY!UB;, ijsvrs;. Aipnabcis. l'iirures.&.o .executed to order, with ceatue.saud dlstatch. Don't forget Uie number 171 Seventh ttreet.near F. oct7 lw ATTENTION BL'TLKIiait-AllKllida ol Stencil Plates, Alphabets, Figures, M , for sale at the EXCKL3IOU MAKK1NO FLATK COMPANY'S AQENCY, 471 Seventh street, Boom No. 6. oet 7 lw STUAYEU OU STOLKN troin tin' owner, Sentembcr21st,aarge,dark,brindle COW lo reward will beptldtotoe person who can giro in formation of her whereabonts, or return her to 171 south it street, between Ninth and Teutli, on the Island oct 4 1 GRAND ADl'ANCIC OF TIUZ AllJlr, but SMITH has not advanced the price of his Clothing, which he has just received, and is selling off at such remarkable low prices. Give me a oali, and satisfy yourselves of the rreat bargalna that are now offered everyday at SollTU'S No 400 Bevcotb street. oota lm C OJIK AND SKK OUR HKW STOCK ol Fall Clothing, No. too ceventh street, oct 3 lm GIUCAT RUSH TO HMITII'M, No. 400 eietentb. street, to see his new stcck of tall Clothing, Trunks, Hats, and Caps. oct i lui Til K PkUI'LK's CI.OXIII.VO STORC, No, ICOSeventh etreet, is tbe place to buy your Clothing, Trunks. Hats, and Cape. oct 3 lm GHKAT RUSH Poll at K V K IV T 11 street, to get some of the great bargains offered by (UIT1I In Furnishing Uootls, Trunks, Hats and Casts, No 400 eleventh stieet, opposite Post Offloe. eat a lm NOT1CK TO TAX-PAYKltS In Hie County or'nsliljiutoii. Not ce Is hereby ghen that a deduction ot To per cent will be made on all tax bills lor the year 1861, lt paid In the month cf October uad adUcomt of 8 per cent if paid in the month of Note-ni'oir ana o percent, u psia mine meniuoi uecunios After! mat t time no discount Mill be nude Tito undersigned will be at the otlife of Nkliohi. Callan,tbe Clerk and Treasurer of ihe Court u 213 F street, bctsreen Foorteentli acd Ftltcinlli streets,) every loesrfay riiursdsy, and tiaturt'u for tbe purpose of revelling the rexes ALFRED ItAY oct J 3t Collector for tbo County L1I1KRTY I'UllLiKIlI.NO OFKIUI', 141 Comlllll, lloiton. Auy u1usble publication conctrniog ei.Ar.itr, the Wax orau) other gieat qutstton oi the 'lij.es luiul.hid by Mail, Ireo of postage, ut die t'ublisoir'e lowest pricis Boston and New England Agency for the A'alimat ;,VaJ,:..ai,,ntthUou'lce Dallv.iJ 50 a year i weekly, $2 10. 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