?Tyj;j.iMny" . i ' xy w. i.m j j i " i w; iwjf . a ;, i
Nearly iio thousand ooples of llio Repvl
lican are circulated among the floating popnln
tlon every day.besldeii tuelarue number eorvt il
to regular eubsoribere. Advertiser wtllUttn
Meeting of Oovcrnmnt Clin pin lm
A Urge and Intercatlnfr, mooting of (Ifivnrii
ment chHnlHlns, In ntitlvn sorvloc, lt puce
at Trinity Churoh.ln tills city, on Baturilny
morning, 19th Inst. Ily Koneruf desire, Hkliop
Mollvalne, of the diocese Of Ohio, who was
present, was called to preside. Rev. Dr. But.
ter, pastor of Trinity Church, slated the
loots of the meeting. Tho bishop was formerly
ohaplaln at West Point Military AOHdemy, and
t.A.J .11... A.ae!anta In milllttrV Mill tlUt'dl
matters. Mr. BilUntyne. Superintendent uf
the Bible and Traot Booloty, was nppunnmi
seoretary, Beteral resolution woro Intro,
duced, touching tho Important work or army
i . Ahnidi.ia ttv'MMARi. uni adorn.
ed. Steps were taken to aecurnfuveral objects
.ha. MAtAfiAA l.uu fihriwn to t.n llOCGBiry to
the proper discharge of tliBlmp.irtant duties of
the chaplain's offleo. A cium ttpo of genllo-
men, conltlng Of Bl'liop Houvaino, noy. sir.
Jamison, chaplalu or tlie, Beaded Hhodo Mnnd
regiment, Rev Mr. Crp8iiter7hipliln District
of Columbia volunteers, Bev. Mr. Noale,Hr,t
'Minnesota, Rev. Mr. Merrill, Now otk Ihlrly.
fifth, and Rev. 0. W. Denlson, chapUIn of tho
General Hospital at Fortress Monroe, win ap-
Solnted to wait on tho Secretaries of war and
avy, und make certain propositions of value
to the public service.
Other Importnnt steps wero taken, not yot
prepared tor publloatlou, and tho meeting ad
journed for two weeks.
The Case oruniioiii vs. De ZeyU.
Tho charge ngnlnst Mr. I)e Zoyk, for obtain
ing somo three hundred dollars from Mr. I.
Danalse, whlohhas bconon trial boforo Justloo
Johnson during tho last week, was brought to
a conclusion on Friday afternoon. Tho olr
oumstaneei of tuo case, as devoloped by the
testimony, were, that Mr. Do Zoyk, on the 27th
of December lust, obtained from Mr. D. tho
sum of three hundred dollars, giving him n
Joint oider, slgnod by himself and wlfo, on Mr.
J. T. Stevens, who Is an agent for an ostato
from whloh Mr. De ZeylCs wife and daughter
.draw about seventeen hundred and ninety dol.
Jars per year, for tho sum of fifty dollars
ner month, and In whloh manner the money
was to be paid. Mr. Stevens deollned to pay
the order, whloh was prosentod to him a few
AAva uftAr ihn monav was obtained, on the
ground that ho did not cnnsldor Mr. Du Z. as
bavin? ur control of the nroDertr. and that
at the tlmo thoro was no money to tho oredlt
of the estate. About tt,o time or this trans
aotlon another lrm,a.ictlou took place botwoon
the parties. Mr. De Zeyk gavo Mr. D.uialae a
deed or trust on inmo property In Wohslor
Oitv. Iowa, to seonro the nayraent or 12 .400.
Mr. De Z. not Mtlsfying the di-od at the proper
time, tho Drotiorty was sold In this city ; but It
did not sell fr enough to satisfy the claim.
Mr D.inalso has slnoo brought suit In tho clr
cult court to rooover the deficit. Tlie justloo
deolded that thora was no ovideuco of Mr. Do
Zeyk's having misrepresented the case, and It
Mr. Stevens, the agent, had failed to oolloct tho
amount, or from any othor oauso declined to
pay, It was not the fault of Mr. De Z., and he
therofore dismissed tho case.
Deaths of Soldiers,
The following Is a oompleto list of the soldiers
on ihn nrmr who havo died sluce our last Issue':
At Union Hospital Wm:T. Kstello, Company
H, Now Jersoy Cavalry; Frederick Isaw, Com
pany E, Kentucky Cavalry; It S. Tower, Com
pany D, Stockton's Indepoi.dont Roglmnnt,
At the Hospital for Erupllvo Dlso:tes Oeo.
Metier, Company A, Forty elxlli 1'eiiiis) lvanlaj
Wm. n. Knpplor, Company C, Nineteenth In
dlnu.i: Rjbert Maxwell, Company I, Third regi
ment Excelsior Brigade.
At Columbian Collego E. R. Darlington, Corn
many E, Ninth Pennsylvania Reserves.
At Camp Tcnnally Barnoy Sullivan, Compa
ny E, Thirteenth Pennsylvania volunteers.
At the Seminary Hospital James Rowe, Com
pany F, First Michigan.
In camp Wm Camnboll, Company B, Fifth
"Tlie Excitement In Seventh (street."
In eur papor of Saturday, allusion was mado
to tho atTilr botwoon Mrs. Phlpps and Mr. Bel
low, in a manner somowhat unfair to Mrs.
Phlpps, our version of tho story having been
derived from sources unfriendly to her. Mrs.
Phlpps Is a spirited woman, and whon she saw
hor son In danger, a mothor'a love Instantly
prompted her to rush to his rescue, for which
we oommeua ner. duo imunus us iuni ur. woi
lew was arrested and bound over to koep tho
peace towards horaud hersons, for six months.
Fatal Accident lu Georgetown.
A fatal accident occured on Jefferson street,
near Water, Georgetown, on Saturday. A
heavily loadod cart was passing along the
streot, aud ono of tho boxes being in danger of
slipping off, the driver jumped off to prevent it,
liut unfortunately the box fell, Btrlklng him on
the breast, and Injuring him so severely that
he died In half an hour. The deooased leaves
a wlfo and two children. Ills name was -John
Reed, and ho resided In tho first ward. A cor
oner's inquest, whloh was called, rendered n
verdict in accordance with tho faots.
"r- T'JtT ""
tiraeltjr to Anlmmls'.'
As two officers belonging to Orifdu's battery,
one of thorn much Intoxicated, were racing up
Seventh street on Saturday afternoon, ono of
them ran afoul of a heavy wagon, the tongue
or the wngon passing nearly through the neck
or tho poor horse, causing tho blood to flow
therefrom In a stream. Tho result of the cruel
ty oxcltod tho well-merited Indignation1 of the
orond which soon p.iihereit firouhd.
A tlanuerotis P.avtlilna.
A squadof the Fourth Michigan regiment dug
HP a robel bomb shell neartholr camp, over
Iho river, en Friday, and while trifling with It
In tholr cAmp, It suddenly exploded, badly
wounding two of thosoMlors, ouo of whom had
his head out open.
Tho friends of the Thirty-first Pennsylvania
volunteers, Col. D. II. Williams, will present
tho regiment with a handsome aland of colors
at three o'clock to morrow afternoon, at their
encampment on tho niadensburg road, two
mllos northeast of the Capitol. A largo crowd
will doubtless be In attendance.
Ijurge Ilcoelptsof Government Supplies
Fivo millions or dollars' worth or Diibllo sup
piles havo boon rocelved by water, at the Gov
01 1 mom stores on ino uestevn wuurvea, biduu
the opening of the war. Of this, $3,000,000
worth aro now lu tho warehouos.
To Merchants or, Landed Proprietors,
In our advertising columns will be found an
ndvortlsement of a gentleman who has served
many years In the British army, and we think,
from his long oxperlonce and general knowl
edge of discipline In a regiment, that his ser
vices would he mostvaluablo tc any genlleman
who has large buslnoss transactions on hand,
either or a civil or mllltm-v nature. oct 21
The Cry Is, Still they Come 1
Aud sit we can hear Is, " War I wsr 1 war I
But, for ray part, I aiotlred ol the olditory of war
But, oh I ilre Brown, htve you hesrd the very
ls'ost ner,.? No. Why, SMITH, No 430 Seventh
ttcet. hu Just reserved a new stock of FALL
ar.orillNO ol every description, sad he offer to
ll them at such low pri They sy be hm s
knck ol eclMoe hh gooas at lower rstee thn the
ofwrerore). flow hi does It, I do not know But,
for my oart.I can assure you, Mm UiOArn, that he
can lit out jour boys with uloe ULOTUIN I at rtf
itnrlrably low prices I advlie all to call at
SMITH'S, No 480 Seventh street, opposite l'nit
OUlce, aud look, at Ins New SIOi.k, and they will It
convinced that wial Mr. Ji.nea raid, la eo.
aug 30 8m .
- pnoattKs'i i'dt iiivinv
1 IN TnB UNITKD 8TAT2B
BT OEOROK M.WESTON.
Copies bf this work are for isle at the publication
office of the Ktllmal RepMlam, corner of Bevcnth
and V streets.
Bound edition, (1 per copy Pamphlet edition, 21
cents per copy. spr-tf
V-YOtJNO DlKN'd CIiniSTIAN ASSO
OIAtlON. An loiportsnt meeting of thll Anocla
Hon ullleaheld THIS (MONDAY) KVENINO, t
Ti o'clock, In their Room!, on Peansylvanls tvenue,
opp site Brawn's Hotel
An addreis will be delireied by the gentleman to
v.hoie nctlrlty eliewhere the Asioclatlon li greatly
ludebud for the large mount of Interfiling rcadlrg
ms'tcr dlilrlbut d In eneflmpmints and lDvpltals
doling several months ptit.
It i earnestly hoped thit every member who can
poj-lbly attend will be present. 1 he pub lo arealso
Invited. SAMUEL McRLWEE, .Tun.,
oct 21 it lteco: ding Feoretary.
WANTKD. a large Store or Wmeruom
iulta)0 lor s Wholeaftle Trodnce business
Ur auy person having a lot, and wil.lng to tut up
. icmuursry Duiming. Auurcis i u o.,
oct .1-81 No. 218 F street.
WANTKD IMJIKDIATKLY 50 active
oung Men, to act as agents for the sale of an
srtlole ustful to every rjerson. Active vounff men
oan make from five to ten dolUri per day. Apply
to n.. n n,uaa niua&n,
M0 Seventh street, three doors above D ttrcet.
Oct 18-1 w
TIOAKD -WANTKD, I
xj vsie lamiiy,
n an aareeable rirl-
lor two sreniiemen. uue btooq.
tiled, pleasant room required. Terms must be mode,
rate. Addrets U. L. 8., Ibis olUce oct 18 It
WANTltp for thje Quartermaster's De
Djrtment United Htites Armv. 600 Team
stcra. Vv twenty fire dollars per month, with one
ration per nay
Apply at this omce.
J. J DANA, Oapt. A Q M ,
o:t 4 1m Corner of Z2d and O sta.
The best article for
Cleaning ami Polishing
AOENOY PHILHAUMONIU HALL,
NKAR KI.EVKNTH STKEET.
The beat article for
AGENCY PHILHABMONIO HALL,
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET.
The bat article for
AQHNOY PHILHARMONIC HALL,
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET.
W.TKD. n active energetic pel ami
having capt nl luUlcient to (unil.li about a
dozen learns to visit encampments will hear of a
irolttable sgeney by applying at
sep fir-1 1 l'enn. avenue, near Eleventh st.
Elward Hughes and John II. Kennedy, two
soldiers, wero urougoi into mo ueiur.u ku-""
house at an oany nour yostoruay uiuming,
charged with robbing a one-armed oomrade of
a pookot-boofc containing a fivo dollar Treasury
note and somo em.ill ohange. Tho occurrence
la alleged to have takon place at the well-known
bouse or Mrs. rnzgoraio, ou i.ngusn uiii. mu
pockot-bnok was found on tho person of Ken
nedy, and tboy wero both sent to jail.
The following cases wore disposed of yester
day morning by Justloo Thompson : Ldward
Tarrell, drunk aud disorderly, was lined tl 58;
James Ownor, do., 11.04; Albert Itldgway, do.,
do.; James O'Brien, do., do.; Henrietta Banks,
(colored) do., $2.91; Mlohaol Poiter, do., 1.D4;
John Aloorn, do , 2.94; Beth Lunsford, do.,
ai ox- nlmrlm t'innliran. do., du : Martin Bres
nehan, dlsordcily oouduot and rosistlug offl
cors, (5.01; Edward Barrott, do., do.; Timothy
Kelly, do., ao.J uooigo Amnigunii-ry, iu"i"icu,j
out aftor hours, $1.68; Kdward llughos, larco-
ny, oomniltted to Jail; John II. Kennedy, do,
Had IJehavlor In Oregon Alley.
iiiriln llrfsnnlmn. Timothv Kelly, und lid-
ward Barrett, threeyounggentlcinenorratlior a
Jovial disposition, aftor having been paid olr on
Saturday night, took It Into tholr heads to havo
u vltrlit Hnwn frnrwl friillr und havllli; Secured
the medicinal Foi vices of a ouilou.ly shaped
black bottle, which tlioy consutlcu quite a
numbor or times, tlroy became so exceedingly
mirthful as to plti'h into several members of
the Metropolitan Police who c.nne round Into
tho alloy lo sto what was going on. Tho oftl
cors, not relishing suuh lamillailly, took the
"Jolly bucks" boiore tho august Ju3tloo Thomp
son, who eonsldorliie tlio low st.ito of corpora
tion (liunoes, and tho flushed slato of tho
pockets of the trio, vory considerately desired
them to pay uvertue Bum of $5.94 each, which
, . i
To the Udilora of th Xatlonal Iteimbtlcan :
Gentlemen : Can you Inform ono who has tho
comforts of tho holdlersat heart, how It Is that
thero Is a lot of nlothlng now ovor-duo to the
Twenty-Sovonth lleglmonl of Pennsylvania nl
untuors lying stowed away lu a shod lu tho
yard of n lager beer saloon, nour WllUrds'
Hotel, for the last twu months! It is tho
opinion of the writer that tho atlentli.n of the
Quartermaster Ooneral should bo called to the
Yours, rospectlully. yt'Eiiv.
We notlcod, yesterday, quite a number of s. I
d'ers on aspreo. Tho pi ovott guard arrested
lour oavalrjmen In front or Iho White House
restaurant, on K stroet, between Thlrleonlb
and Fourteenth streets, and oarrledthem off to
tht watnh-house. Their horsos were taken In
charge by the guard.
Latest From SCuropc.
ARRIVAL OF THE KTNA.
Si. Johns, N. F, October 19. Tho steamship
Etna arrived off Caue Raco at ten o'clock on
l'rld.iy, bilnglng Liverpool dates to tho 9th,
and ljueensiowu to too luui, lour uaj p laior man
inoso ny tuo Araoi.t.
S.eamahlp Anglo Saxon, from Quobeo, ar
rivml lit Idvornool on tho 8th Inst. '
It was reported that l'rlcce Napoloon had
bout the Kmnoror an lipp'ortant Slato paper on
Tho King of 1'rusM.i had paid two days' visit
ti. tt.o Kuiperor oi rrauco.
The sales of cotton for the last two days, In
iho Liverpool markot, was 30,000 baloi the
market closing with a tlrm fooling.
Breadstuff have an upward tendency.
Provisions quiet, but steady.
The Kmnoror of China Is dead.
i:.rl Ilussell discourages Interferenco in the
International affairs of Mexico, but says tho
government will exercise tho right or requiring
strurlty for persons and property, and lor the
fulrllment of her engagemenis.
Gorge Vandenhoff, tho notur, Is dead. Ho
was aged sovonty two years.
Il is stated that orders are about to Issuo, to
prop.tro the Kronen squadron for Mexico.
Tho Bank of Franco has arrangod fur the re
lief of tho flnanclal pressure of the French gov
ernment. It is st.ttod that the price of bread is not to
bo in titer advanced.
Garibaldi Iris left Caprera. Ills destination
Tho affairs of Hungary are uuohangod.
Sl. Louis. Octobor 18. Tho order of tho Sec-
rotary of War to stop work upon tho fortifica
tions has caused great reaction here. The
rebels think now Is their time to act, and are
moio energetlo than ever, Tho communlca
tian between them wlthlu and without tho city
When General Fremont arrived here thero
weio five forts, which had been some four
weeks under way. Ho found that they could
not be oomplotod In time to be elfectlvo, and
started six more. The ones that be ordored
are now oompleted.
Colonel Blair was released two weeks ago
upon Gen. Boott's order, und has not since been
arrestod. He is here In St. Louis.
Goneral Fremont has already been furnished
with two and a hall millions of dollars, and his
whoo expend'tures since his coming hero aro
but a lltllo over ten millions. With this he
has organized and equipped filly thousand
1 here aro rumors of personal feeling hetwoen
Generals Sturgls and Lane, but there is nothing
that Interrores wiiu uieir co-operating in car
rying out Gen. Fremont's orders.
Gon. Cameron exhibited most kindly foolings
towards Gen. Fremont, and assured him that
ho would soo Justlco done him.
JJolia, Mo., Octnbor 19. Tho correspondent
of tho St. Louis Douocral furnishes the folbw-
A oout has Just como In from the West and
reports thatOonor.vl l'rlco has mado a stand at
Carthago, stxly mllos from Springfield.
Tho LagMatura Is to bo called togolhoron
tlm 4th nf November.
The rnhal at Vienna have dispersed, a por
tion of them Eolng home, and the rem tinder to
Join Goneral Johnson.
tienorai jounstniiins uumi u..v.ui m (.iiuiLuwm
of all the robel forces in Missouri, and has Usuod
a proclamation forbidding tho transportation of
uny more proporty, meaning slaves, from tho
State. It fa not Btalcd whether General John
sou supercedes Geuotal Prico.
WANTKD. To liave everybody to call
at HMiriI'3, No. W Seventh street, opposite
1'oft OIUcc, and purchot their Fall and Winter
Clothing, Ti unks, lints, and Caps, at the very lowest
prices Give him a call. 3ta-.lrn
NO TICK TO CONSIGNEES The steam
ers K. CHAMUKHLIN and a. HkYMOUIt
have arrived from Philadelphia. Goods ready lor
delliery. IIYDI-; u DAVIDSON,
Georgetown, Oct 21, 1811. ; k 69 Water it.
HKADdUAHTKItB KOIl CIiUTIIING,
Hots and Caps, No. 400 bcvectli ttrctt, oppo
site rest OlBce oct 3 lm
TIIK WK8T CUKHTKIl ACADKMY, nt
Wett Chester, I'ennsjlvanli, within two hours'
ride from Philadelphia, by the Pennsylvania Cen
trul or by the tVeat Chester and Philadelphia Uait
'Ilu winter term, of full five months, commences
on the 1st of November. " .VUiary laches " will be
lntrn.1i.ced as a reeular deDartment of the ivatem
of tnntruclloj to those who desire to avail them-
selves cl Us advantages, at a moderate cnarge.
Klght tried and experienced Teachers arsist the
Principal In the duties of the school
n ji, r n il no, a. ji. ,
ootSl lm Pileclpal.
The beet article for
AGNOT PHILHARMONIC HALL,
PeHHsyl THia AreHne,
NEAR ELEVENTH BTEEBT.
The beat artlole for
Cleaning and PollsblnK
B WORDS, SABRES, AND SCABBARDS 1
AGENCY PHILHARMONIC HALL,
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET.
ODD VBLLOWI' HAUL I , 1
Tenth Street, above D,
Eleventh Week of the Original
CAM PBJDIils MIN8TUK1.B
Thirteen Itmr Performers.
IN A NEW PBOORAMME EVERY MflllT.
NEW SONGS DANCES NEW FACIS.
look Out tor those New Stars t
The Great Comedian, from Sanford'a Opera Troupe.
MOHftlS EDMONDS AND JONNVWILMAMS,
Tlie Great Ballad Singers.
Admission , 25 cents.
Doors Dcen at 7 o'clock . commence at 8 o'clock.
oct 17 Ivr Dr. G. KOltD, Agent
pa O T I C H .
"Adams Express Company."
This Compear offers to the public. Unequalled
Advantages " for the ' Safe and Quick Dispatch" of
Heavy Freights, Packates, Valuables, Money, to,.
M, to all parts of the United States. '"
Expresses to and from the North and West depart
from and arrive in Washington tvrloe drily. All
Expresses are In oharje orej)rrteirl ant rvKoMs
All Peckaeea for " The Soldleta oarrled at One
Half" onr usual rates. .
All roods for the soalled " Confederates States,"
and all ortioles Contraband of War," will be i
rusiD. Our Expresses leave New York at 1,1 and e P. M
arriving in Washisirton at 8. A. M. oal 6 SQ P. U.
Expreeeea leave Philadelphia at 8 80 A.M. and 1 10
Mm arrlvrnn la Woshlnaron i 0 P. M. and e A. M.
Expresses leave UalUmore at 4 CO A M. and 3 St
P. M., arriving In Washington at 8 A. M. and 6 SO
Expresses for all points North and West leave
Washington dally at 7.30 A. M and 3 30 P. M,
Speelal Ooitiacts lor large quantities or Freight
can be mads on application at Ibis office.
All goods called for. and delivered res of extra
charge. E. W. PAUSONS,
Superintendent Adams Express Co.
Washington. August 23, '61. aug23 lm
TUB OFF'CBKS OF TIIK AUMY
: arrived, a direct importation
Juit arrived, a direct Importation per
Faiton, from Europe, a very one and large assort
ment wi iuiae, upera, riem uiasecs, snu iei
copes, which I will sell a very little above tlie cost
In Paris As to the qualities, there are none supe
rior to he had, having been seltcttd purpoeely lor
this market. Also, a large and well assorted stock
ot Opera Glasses, Microscopes, cold, sliver, and steel
Spectacles and Eye Glasses, suited to the alfht by
the use of on Optometer. Aconslderable number of
certlAcaies to b seen at my ofllce, frm gentlemen
ho have been suited at my old establishment.
426 Pennsylvania avennt, between Four-and-a-half
and Sixth Streets.
My Katabltstiuient Is up stairs.
(Haua JUMd In sua. The trade supplied,
oet to ly
JJY J. C WcBUlRB il CO., Aetlo.MTT.
TRUSTERS .ULB OF DIVliOVED PBOPERTr.
By virtue of deed of (rust from Gamaliel Ballr
of lXrm..Wi "g,on.kBOW, M '" western half
Ternm One th rd oosh-the, ?...- '' '"f?0
stalmenu, at six and twelve meKh! ,B ""V Ln"
deed of t.tonlhepremlS" fthS'i,rSordMlrI
are pot compiled with within ve dath!r.Lft.l
the trustee leserrea the ilaht to resell aYih..7.t.i
otit of the defsnltlag purchaser ' ,Uk "
All conveyancing at the coit of the purchaser
,, M. BLAIR, Trustse
43-The above sale la nnaroldably Do
poned. on aoconnt of the rain, uafll THUBSD.
next, September 6th, same hour and tit..-.
. , . M. BLAIR, Trnatse.
JAS. O. McGUIHE CO.,
st9BThe above sale le fMrth.. nnilnnaul
uctil THUBSDAY, October 3d. at the same hour
and place. M. BLAIR, Trnstee.
JAB. u. McUUIKK CO.,
sep 7 lawlds . Anctloneen.
AT-The abovre eale ! rurthtrnMliMHid
u jul MONDAY, October S8lh, same hour and place.
ai. dlsik, irnatee.
JAS. C. McOOIEM CO..
octM!8 n Auctioneers.
Y J. C. McOUIUK V CO., Avactlosaeerau
TRUSTEE'S SALS Or VALUABLE nOUSEBOLB
By virtue of a deed of trust, bearing date on the
'tt day of January, 1881, and duly recorded la liber
. A. .. No. 208. folios and 206, one or the land
r cords fr Washington county, In the District of Co
I imbla, the subscriber will sell, at pubUo auction, on
1 bureday. Novemter 14th, a' 10 e'clock A. M , all
I e Furniture contnlnid in that large three-story
I, lck bouse situated on the southwest corner of Third
id O streets, Washington city A full e-hedule
1)1 be published, In oonceetlon with this advertise-t-icnt,
prior to the day of sate
CI1AS. E. SDEBMAN,
JAS C. MoOUlBK, A CO.,
Hp 10 law Auctioneers.
X No 480 Seventh stre.
oct 8 Ira
upposlte l'ojt Office.
TVT.VVY AOKNT'S OKF1UJS,
1 WiHIIHOTOK, D C ,Oct. 7, 1881.
Proposals will he received nt this office nntil the
ISth instant lor
21 ,noo lbs beet Ingot Copper,
U,Ou0 " " Banca Tin,
1,000 " " SUb Am,.
To be delivered at the Washington Navy Yard,
by the 1st of November next.
' S. B BROWN,
oct 8 lot Navy Agent.
DU. JT. J. FINOLBY, No. 380 Sixth street,
between G and II , Washington Office hours, 7
too o'clock A M., 2 to 3 and 7 to SI H.
Dyspepsia and all other Chronic Dlieases treated
with success, without the tue of harsh medicines,
oct 10 tl
Olll Oil! Go to the People's Clotblne
btorc, No 480 Seventh street oopo-lte Post Of
flee, and examine that new stock of Fall Clotbiog,
Trunks, Hats, and Caps, all for sale at the lowest
New York prtoes. oct lm
HBNNINQ'8, Seventh Street, Island, Is
the niece to buv vourself a nice fine Linen
Bosom 81IIUT at $l.to. Linen Collars, of the litest
styles, at 1160 perdonn. Fine Ca'slmere Sslrts
ltd. blue, rrav and fancv Flannel Shirts. Under.
shirts and Drawers, and all aorta of Furnishing
Uojds, very tew. octio iw
The beat article lor
AGENCY PHILHARMONIC HALL,
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET.
The best article for
AOENOY PHILHARMONIC HALL,
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET.
FROM FORTRES9 MONUOR.
Fortress Monroe, Oct. 18 There Is no nowe
frum the Booth lo day. General Wool hue i
eued un order (living evory mtlo oontrabiind
employed In tho dopiirtmont eight dolUra per
innutli, and every fein.ile four dolUia per
i . . '
DK.AT1I OF COI.O.NEI. AauC 8MITU.
.1w-l.nnicmiUi N. Y.. Oct. 19 Col. Ahol
Smith, colonol of tho Thirteenth regiment, of
liri'iiklyn, who win injurou oy tne cars yestor-
d.ty mornlnt;, died at lour o'clock this morning.
Ilia rotnalns will ho takon to Williamsburg.
REI'OnTED DEFECTION OF JOHN HOSS.
Holla, Oct. 18 A lottor is published In the
p.. Ft Hi.ntt Timi's. from John Hobs. Iho IndUn
chief, giving his Kdhehn to tho rohol cauao.
Il htalos that a mountod regiment of Indians
would ho Immediately placed under command
of Col. John Urevvj
SO.IIIBTIIIHD N F.W. SUPERIOR
HULLED CORN, A home production. The
subscribers having for a number of years prepared
the superior HULLED CORo, recommended by
all Phyi-lcltti.s an one of the Healthiest and most
Nutritous articles of Diet prepared for the table.
Hotels, lloirdlng Huuses, sutlers aud 1'rtvato
Families eunpuea at tneir resi icuoe ur auuressiux
CIIISIIOLM U BANTA,
Penna. avenue, between 18th and 19th sts.,
fine d.rar from tho Union Engine house.
N B Manufacturers of all kinds of POPPED
CORV, Plain, Sugtrod and ln Balls. Would re
spcctfully ask of the luhiblta-ita of tho City of
Washington aud vicinity to give us a call,
oct 15 !
Certificates from some of the leading Physicians
of New York.
I bee leave to testlfv ln favor of Cimiwolm Ji
Il.tiTA'iisiinertor nrenaratlon ol HULLED CORN
It seems to me It mut prove a very useful artlole
for tne sick, ana an invaiusuie suusiuute iur n.
PROF. W. PARICKU. M. D ,
37 eaht Twelfth ttroot.N Y,
Permit mo to Introduce to your favorable notice
thjbejrcrs, Messrs CuisiintH & Banti, and tlulr
excllent preparation or HULLED CORN. I beg
leave to state that a number cf phytkium ondea
teemed citizens ol New lork, Judging from long ex-psrii-nco
ln the use of their dslluite preparation ol
Corn, have advted theui to set up Ihur appatatus In
the city of Washington, to tsck to Introduce its em
ploy Iur the army, believing they may fli.d an
opi'ortunltr forusiiag the utility el Corn thus pre
pared, and that ln some Instances It may be a vjlu
uble and nutritious substitute lor rice. I take plea
sure ln commending the undertaking to t our favor
K. HARRIS, U. 1) .
I hars used Corn, as prepared by Ciusiiom k
BanTA.Inmy family, ondcon'ider itamotwhole
some and nutritious substitute lor rice and similar
articles of diet.
81 IIP II EN SMITH, M D,
UJltor Amcrlcun Medical limes
I hereby certify that I have 1 vg use I the UitisD
Conv, as prepared by Messrr. Chisuolm Bamta I
am acquainted with their process ol removing the
hull or indigestible portion, and highly approve of
U i ueimve iiiin iu v ci; umii"irv'"'
anl lilrrMu- nurrltifiiia nptlrtlo nt VV tTfttable diet, belli 2
well ca'culattd, not only for healthy pt-ople.but uIbo
wu 1 adapted aa an orucie oi uui inr uie hvk
ALANbUN b. JONhS.M. 1).,
The best article for
AGENOT PHILHARMONIC HALL,
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET.
PENSION OFFICE, JUNK 0, 1801.
TO ALL WHOM IT it AY CONCERN.
Application having been made under the aot of 23d
Jane, 1860, for the reissue of thi-' ' '''-ww'. ,'t
sci ibed herein, which are alW . ... ,., u.ea lost
or deatroved. notice la herehv nlven tha. at the date
...... ..' M ... i -t ".
xouowug tne uesonpuon qi cacn warrant, a new
eertlScate of like tenor will be hwued, If no valid ct
Jection should then appear
No. J.1C3. for 100 acres, Issued under the act ot
March, IMS, ln the name ot Benjamin Relley, and
granted on the v7lh day of June 1355.
No &J2,for 80 acres, Issued undertheactof March,
1S55, ln the name of Reuben Woodruff, and granted
on the nth day ol May, IMS.
No 8ftd, for loo acres, lued under the act of March.
1655, In the name of Samuel 11. If aterhonse, and
granted ou 'he S8d day of May, 1855.
No. 2,633, for 80 aores, lsetied under the aotol
March, 1BC6 In the name of Shelly Downs, and
granted on the 3d day of August, 18(6 November
No 85.100, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of
March, 1856, ln the name ol Polly, widow of David
Bradbury, and granted on the lnh day of Septem
ber, lao 16th November, 1801.
No. 08,814, for 160 acres, isnied under the act ot
March, 1866, In the name of Ony S Alexander, mi
nor child of John 0. Alexander, deceased and
granted July Sd, 1860 November 16, 1801.
No. 43,542. for 160 acres, Issued under the act ol
&.,. .... In tiA nama nf f-liwt.H.n IVnntartw
and granted on the 27th day of September, I860
VJnvamher 1 8. 1S61.
Na .l.trS9.for 160 acres. Issued under the act of
March, 1865, In the name of James Pray, and grant
ed on the Met day of March, 1861 November 23,
No. 26,930, ror 160 acres, Iskned under the act of
March, 1855, ln the names of William M., Julius C.
A., ana John D. S, Minor, children of Irwin Bagget
deceased, and granted on the 24th day of May,
1866 November 23,1861.
No 44,819, for 80 acres, loaned under the act
Maroh, 1856,in the name of Getty.widow of Tbor-a
Elwood, and granted January lu, 1867 November
NO 76.820, lor 10U acres, ueuea unaer me ci uj
arch, 188ft, in tne nameoi Aiexanaerueuiiuugu,
T) V J. C. McUUIKK .V CO., Anctloneen,
.-. UPERIOR ROSEWOOD CASE P1AHO FORTE, ELE
OANTROSEWUOl) UROCATELLK COVERED PAR
LOR FURMTURE. FRKNCll-PLATR MIRRORS,
CARPKTS, AXD HOUSEHOLD EfFtCTS OEXE
RALLY, On TUESDAY morning, October SVd, at ten
clock, at the large rerldence en U street, oppoelto
ifayLtte Pqrare, recently occupied by the Chilian
'tin Her, we i hall sell all the Furniture and Effects,
Very superior Rosewood case Piano Forte, by
Suit ol elegant Rosewood crlrcson Brccatelle cov
trcd I'atlor Furniture, consisting of two large
Sofas, two Arm Chain, and eight Parlor Chairs
3nperlor gilt Gas Chandelier and (las Fixtures
Suit o; Walnut Plush-cover, d Parlor Furniture
Handsome Laiy Chairs, Lounges, and fancy
Roaewood Moible-'op Tables, Walnut Whatnots
K" erior Rosewood htcietary ana Bookcase
li ndscme French plate Gilt frame Minors
Lady'a Walnut Secretary, Japanese Cabinet
Walnut 1 xtibsion 1 Inlng Table, Mdebo-rd
Dining Chairs, Side Tables, Plate Warmer
China, tilass, end Crockery, Table Cutlery
L..cell.Dt Pruuels and three ply Carpets
Stair Carpets, oilcloth, Matting
Walnut French and Jenny I hid Bedsteads
Do Dresitng and Plain Bureaus
Wardrobes, Wsj-hstunds, Toilet Sets
Superior Curled Hair Mattn sees. Blankets
Bolsters and Pillow , Spreads and Comforts
High-post and Cottage lkd-teuda
Cane eeat Chairs, Koekers. Arm Chairs
Kelrlgerator, Stoves, Kitchen Utensils, -c . ko.
Together with many articles of Household Kara!
ure not necessary to enumerate.
JAS. C. McQUIRE & CO.,
oct 18 d Auctioneers.
Tub Ancrtc Exi'tDinos Advlcos from Hall
Ux state tbnt l)r. SontaR, astronomer ot tho
Aictlc Expedition of Dr. Hayes, died ub long
. ,, n.M-.inliir 22. 1800. at Iho t'tue proba
bly that tho vessel was last In tho Ice. One of
. il.. 1 Llilnti ..tit ear a a r-iinnr.
tho crew was Dauiy iraivuiuv-i ""' .-.-i..
rpi... inat hi... luft hv the exncdlllon
w,i ntn. fiieHnland. and luo oyiiee trom
that place to Halllax occupied lon y two
Hays, the wcaluer Doing very iuuii.-eiiwi..
Upun their arrlvul at Halifax, the Mayor oftho
city wont ou board, paid hla respects,, and ten
dered tho hospitalities of tho city.
my family 1
rcby certify that I have for some time used in
amllv IIi'llkd Cok, as prepi ed by Cimuotii
JtllAur. and cou.ller it not only palatable, out
very nutritious, and I .hould think It very valuable
as an article of food for me army
I. RANNF.Y M. D ,
oct 19 14 west Thirty second street, N Y.
The best artlole for
AOENOY PHILHARMONIC HALL,
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET.
The best article for
AOENOY PHILHABMONIO HALL,
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET.
The best article for
mil Hetalnlng a.
and granted on the Ub day ot January ,1858 Novem
No 67,803, for ICO Acres, Issued under the act ol
Alarcn, ihoo, in tne name vi uusiii, "www ui
of Jemee Wilson, and granted on the 20th day ol
Febtuury, 1867 December no, ir
No, 9,C68, for 160 acres, issued under the act ol
March, 1866, In the name ot Alexander MoQualn,
ana granteaon uie iui us v. wvwm.i(iw
vember SO, 1861. , , . . ,
NO. 9,700, lor 120 aores, Issued under the act el
March, 1866, ln the name of Daniel West, and grant
ed on the 14th day of July, 1866 7th December.
No. 64,850, for 120 acres, Issued under the act ol
March, lBr6, in the name of Martha, widow of An
drew Mellon, and granted on tlie 15th day of April
185' December 21, 1861.
No. 3,30-, lor lro acres, Issued under the act ol
March 186, in the name of Samuel R Jackway,
and granted on the 1st day of August, 1665
No 8,104, lor 160 aores, lsnued under the act el
March, 1856, In the name of William II. Tarrance,
and granted on the ISth day or July, 1855 Decern
No 14 918, for 60 acres, issued under the act of
September, I860, In the name ol Levi 1 read well , and
granted September 20, 1851 ....
No, 81 0o8, lor 40 acre, heued under the same act,
In the name of Abel Platts.snd granted Notimbir
No 60 233, lor 160 acres, Issued under the act of
Marcn tsaa, in Ills unue ui oeiw ..vc, uu ,..,.,.
on tlie 2Jd day of June, 1857 December 28, ltl
No. 70.S10 for KO teres, (act 1847) ln favor of 1.1
ii-..-.. sT . ale nl.lnuv till T sill vntiCa
Sloan, only surviving child, heirs at law of Michael
or JmiCnei Pioan uvcvbitu, iivld iiinni. vi sos
piny " C," eleventh United VUta lalantry.
r Ts.ti-.aw 1 IRAQ
Xn 72 524, for lfO acrc, lanued under the net of
ftiarCll, 1000, IU Uli name vi auvina "vi -
granted on tne vui ay oi aepicuiuvr, aoji uuu
Na.' 42 2lrt, for 80 acres, teiied under the act ot
-.r I. lull I.. tl. ii.nm nf lsi1Iv WliinW OT J Olin
Camp, aid wa grauud on the 2Jddsy ol September,
T)V UONTZ A OllIKPtTII, Auctioneers.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF STOCK OF DRY GOODS, HO.
SIERY, CIMTl'S, VASSI3IERES, ife.
On MONDAY mo nine:, Octotxr'il't, commencing
at 9 o'clock, and contluuiug Irom day to day until
the whole Is rlispoted oi, we shall sell .the entire
stock ot Dry Goods, Hrsiery, La , of R. llrloe HaU,
in stole no am oevtuin sircei, ueiwim . uu i.
streets comprising, in part.
Prints. Delaines, siousuciinen
Silks, Merinos, Cambrics
Cloths, Caeslmeres, and Vestlngs
Broche Stella, and Blanket Bhawls
Ingrain and three ply Carpets
Druggets, Rugs, fto.
600 dozen Hose and Half Hose
Gloves, Gauntlets, Ac.
Together with a teneral wsortnent of Goods usu
ally foucd In a retail dry goods store.
UONTZ & GRIFFITH,
oct 15 d Auctioneers
fljK HKWAHD.-I.oat, on Frldmy evea
SJ lng.nne dark bay Mar,lth slirn of bllater
Tear hind quarter, with new Satdle asaiBrldle.and
Maitlngale m llury fashion. I will pay 5 for her
delivcytom. THOMAS DONAHUE,
Smith and Farrier, Twenty first street,
oct 19 ;t betweep and F.
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET
O V F I O IS It, liiile of tlie llrltlsh
A gentleman who has held a commission ln the
llrlll h army for many years, and who has had gieat
e xperience in the various departments of a regiment,
as n accountant, as well a. the general discipline to
b, o sen cri by all ranks throughout a well organized
corp le deilrous of obtaining a eltuatlon as ngent
er Renerul oversoerto a landed proprietor. Is un
married and of the established Church or Knglund
I'un elv- reference to an oflloer or the highest dls
tinctii In llilil.h America, mr address,
F W. O ,
349 Pennsylvanta avenue,
oct 17 Washington "
BlTrrCK ANI CIIKKSK.
30,000 lbs. Just itcelvnl
Aud for sale by
JOHN G LYIKAOO.
No 63 l.oulsUua avenue.
100 llbld. Prime Apptesjust received
And for sale by
JOHN (1 liYLKS-CO,
No. 63 Louisiana avenue.
Susar cured Htimsot Ihe Celebrated ltrsnJs ha'
con r-houldere and Dried lleef, ut the Lo esi Whole
..h Prices by Jon Q LYLB A CO.
oct IT lw a 6J LouUUna avenue
TUB I.AIJIIS1 1VILL. LOOK 1 auil.l.
Hug at prices that defy competition I have
l.aaic? gooa neei u.iiir.ign"u v.w ,
I. adieu' lino Congress Oalters at l.'-5,
Ladies' llolmornls Irom 1.26 up,
i.is.es' and Children's ltaliforuls at 75, .n and I H.
All otlur Hoots and Shoes in vropotUon. lou
lll rave money by calling on me
ecP.f lw Seventh s.reet, Island.
0 1IAND-7 n-10 Vnltea Btalee 'iress
sury no es, whicli will be supp'led at par to eur
customers, tree ol charge. Demand Treasuiy notes,
as lier.ti.loro. will ue rtceivea on ucih,.,, u.tui.
bWKENY, RIITEMK'USE,ANT k CO ,
oct K-lm near Brown's.
OK KICK HS AND SOLDIKHM. Sight
drafutsoldon all parts ol the tnlted States, In
sums to suit offlcers and .older.
A 1-0, drafts on London, Ireland, Scotland, Wa.es,
and (t runny ...
Uncurrent money n-uiht at best rates
flankers, 86. Pennsylvania avenue,
oct 14-1 m near Brown's.
A C. K VOY PIIIL1I ARMONIO HALL,
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET.
GUAM) AOVANCK OIT TIIK AHMY,
'ut SMITH has not advanced the price of his
Clothing, which be has lu-t received, and ia selling
oif nt .ucli remarkable low prices Give me a call,
and sailrfy ycurselvea of the great bargalna that are
now oilvredivenday nt SMITH'S No 460 Seventh
.treet oo. lm
KNTLKIUKN, ATTKN1ION I
FOll TIIK IIKAD. FINE
im'hw iiTS..tsi60 Une SOFTHA1S,
. , '. i.id.i. ribvprri npn stv'es lust received.
Military and other styles tf (JAPS, lor men and
IlOVB lints, IHIurens niuwy urn. I't.iu
1 hU is ll.e place to get your mon'V naca
oi-116-lw SeteuthBireet, Island
AG EN OY PHILH AKMON 1 0
KPOV ttUAHTKUMASTKH'S OFPICK"
WaaHlttOTO, D. C , Oct 10, ISM.
av at Vlt lMIOpnRAT.R are Inlited at this OfllOe
until Ootober 21 I. at 12 M., for supplying the uar
termaster'sDepnilmentwlth 6,000 tons ol Hay and
100,000 bushels ol Oats . . .
Ihellav to be good merchantalle TiMonir,put
up and delivered In bales.
V,,a niin imiFood merchantable article, put
up In sacks of about two bushels each. Sacks to be
... .l.l.. .. .. itHit.it Avtrn enarire
reiainea uy diuuiciiuhcu, . .... .. -- D
Oats to be recehed by weight, at (.2) thirty-two
pounds to the bu.hel .
All the hay and oats to be delivered at tho Gov
erument wharf or rallmd i'eot in this city, within
.,, .i.t. .1... .ftapa.A.liiT ttie contract.
fheproiosiils o be In separate envelopes. Those
for hay, to be marked " 1'ioposals for Hay," those
.' ' .. I . . Oat J M
All to be directed to Colonel D. U. Rcomh, Depot
Quarterniseter, n-lilultou, D I..
No proposal 111 he entertained which Is received
after the reading of Ihe bids has been commence 1,
..n. .. in .nv i i.n,i eon.Uered unl ts the parties are
pre.cnt, or represented by an authorized agent or
?''lr' ...v. ...J t. ..Ill
uooa ana suiueieui nwui.i,, .mi tfvu.,,,n,
Every bidder must give his full address, with
either tho number ot his house, place of bu.ltiess, or
P O box ,
The underslgntd reserves the right to rij.it sit
bids that he may oonslder to i high ,,.,
, D 11 ltUCKy.lt,
oct 10 dtOctil Quartermaster and UoIoikI
1 am otTeiinir great Inducements to purchasers of
ltes'iy Mude Cloihlig. 1 can lurnleh you with
UlHik Pros hulls, Hlsck Suits, Buslneas fulls. Costs,
l'unt., Vtais, .o , lo I am rclllng Beautiful Du.l
lie s. Suits at JICi, 112, III, Mid $16.
Ch ap eulU rrm t4 60 to 18 00.
Cll, a d jou will e that It can be dore at
oct 16 lw Seventh atreit. Island
NEAR ELEVENTH STREET.
DON'T PAIlaTOCAIals AT ttHTH,. Ne,
40 Seventh street , and buy your 1 lothlag, ur
nlhlng Goods, Trunks, Hats, ana e.ai
oct iv tra .
milK I'KOPIiK'l. CI.01IHN" IsTOI'K;
1 No. 4C0 Seventh street. Is the place to bny your
Clothing, Trunks, Hals, aud Caps. oct 3-lm
SKK TO IT. Oent's l'lne Urcse Iloote Sit
. 76, ami daily, ex, . ctlng . "" ,"'' , .
at pnoes e. . . Those
iho Sill EI I will not gretit.
i:,eryll,i..g lu the Shoe line UENN1NQ,S
oct 15 lw Seventh sheet, Island
miimr asm hick OUH nKtV
KSot Fall aoUilng, No. 460 i-eveuth street,
oct 3 lm
ljOAltUl.'VtJ. KlRlit or Tea flssllsss"
Bra,, be a.commod.'ted with BOABt 0
IMi.on rrastnable terms, E slre.t, between Mim
t.Sit.'tn.SbM inlo. Uo'.V'.'-ivL" r"'
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