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"mytmytisp t' tmumxitJuuBst: fti C LOCAL NEWS. To Advert taera. Noarlj i thousand copica uf tlo Uepvb lican are circulated among the hating piiulu tlon every day, besldosthelargotiuraberBcrvcrt to regular subscribers. AdvcrlUern will take note accordingly. CITY COUNCILS. Board or ALDtftUKN. Ilio B.ianl met at the usual hour, and, In the aliienco f the Presi dent, was called to order by Mr. Ilrown. Pres ent, all tho members, except Mo.srs. Dove and Magruder. The chair laid bolero the Board the nccntinta of tho ward apnthetMrles for tho quarter end Ing September 30th, which were referred. A commuiiioittlon wni received from the Mayor, transmitting tho following unmlnallutm Thomas Puronll iiiid J.woph Bryan, commis sioners of Contro M-irko', In tlio pl.ico ol Woodvllle Lath.imand Wll Utn 13, Paulding. J. T.Howard, plrysloluit of 'lu poor nf tho fourth waid, In placo of Or .1 M. Toner, ro signed. Trustoes nf Publ SoIinuU It. B. Ironsides, John -Laroorabo, mid U jbi.-r I Itlukott", for the Orst district. Hltohel II. Mlllor, Valentine Harbaiigh, and C. II. Uttermehle,for tho tommd district. P. S. Walsh, Otis C. Wight, and rredorlck I). Stewart, for tho third d sttlct. Jamos K. Holmcad, John T. Caoll, and Petur M. Pearson, lor tlio lourth district. Jnhu 0. Kennedy, Treasurer, and Wj B Day. ton, Secretary. Thcso nominations were all roforrod. Mr. Sargont presented a memorial frnn the Sanitary Commission, asking that a oulvnrt lo built and gas Ititrnducotl on North Capitol street; which was oforrcd. Mr Brown, from the Commltteo on Flnancn, to whom was roforred tho propnsod roducll'm of tho salaries of tho Collector and Uoglstor, woro discharged from tho furthar consideration uf the satno. Mr. Fisher rep'orted a bill for the relief of M. Cunnlngh tm and A. Buyland; which was rc forred. Mr. Sargent olTerod a resolution Instructing tho Committee on Police to Inquire Into the expediency of providing a remedy, by law, for the Impositions practiced on our citizens hy tho proprietors and drivers of omnibuses, by over crowding them with passongori.; which was Passed. Mr. Fisher offered a ro"rlutlon asking tho Mayor to furnish tho Board with a detailed xtatomont ot tho cost of the now Central Guard IIouso, with suoh otbor Information on tho subject as ho may deem proper ; which was passed. The Board then took a recess for twenty min utes, and, on reassembling, The Chair laid boforo tho Board a communi cation from ilio Mayor, enclosing a letter from C. B. Cluskoy, tho superintendent of tho build ing nf tho Contral Guard House, In which ho states that $11,075 hao alrcadv been expended ou the building, and that it will require i!,000 moro tu pay debts due on it, iiul completo tho building. Ho iiln states that this is the cheap est built building In the city. Tho communl o.llon was t rferred to the Committee on Iin prnreujiiaf The Board then adjourned. Coiimov Council. Mr. Edmonston presented a petition from Thompson Shedd, praying the remission of a fine. Ilsforred. Mr. E. also made a por.omil explanation lo relation to a report of his remarks in tho last meeting, as roported In the Star. Mr. Shopherd, trom the Commltteo on Drain ago and Distribution of Water, reported l.ivur ably on the Mil from the Uurdof Aldurraen providing for h3reotlonofstallcn-housos,A.o., tor the use nf tho Metropolitan Police ; and tho hill was passed. Mr. McGr.itli, from tho Commlttoe on the Flro Department, asked to be dUcli.irgcd from the further consideration of the bill granting the useofthoCouncllChambortnthoPorsoveranco l'lre Company for the holding of meetings, on tho ground ot the contemplated Improvements to the hall, andof tho many meetings now bolng hold therein; and tho commlttoe was accord ingly discharged. The bill providing for tho appointment of a police constable foice was then taken up, and, after belig amended In various ways, was passed. The bill, as passed, provides for tho ap pointment, hy tho Mayor, on or about the tourth Monday In June, from the list of county constables, commissioned by the uirnult court, ono pollco constable for each of tho Orst, third, fifth, seventh, olghth, ninth and tenth police districts, and one for the second, fourth and sixth districts united, whose dutynhall.be to serve all warrants for offences committed against tbls Corporation, and oxecuto all tho necessary civil ptocoss for the collootlon of flues, forfeitures and costd, and perform all such other duties as may bo proscribed to them by tho Mayor and Council", lutholr re spective districts: Provided, Tho satno shall not in any manner conflict with tho recent uoi of Congress, entitled " a Bill to croato a Metro politan Pollco DMrlut of the District of Colum bia, and to establish a Pollco therefor." The bill alio provides that tho compensation of each police uonsUMo shall be 200 per an mim, and ten per cent, on all flues collected and paid In; and it shall not be lawful for any of tho ofllcors to follow any other occupation or busi ness; nor shall theyoxtct any foe orrocehe any fuo, reward, or compensation whatever, for tho execution ot any duty legally assignod them, except such roward as may, from time to time, ho publicly offered by any other cor poration or State, or the United States, or Indi viduals. ll also provides for tho appointment of user goant, at a sa arv of C00 nor annum, who shall have an ofllceln'the Uity Hall, and whoso duty It shall be to have a general supervision of the force, koep a rooord of tho uatiiro of tho ollonco committed, tho amount ot Judgment, Ac, and shall make a lopurttotho Mayor once every three months of all moneys received or paid nut. It is also provided that beforo tho sergeant or any pollco constable shall enter upon the duties of his oftlce, ho shall take and tubscribo an oath boforo a Justice of tho Peace, that he will support tho Constitution and laws of tho United State , and perform the duties of his office to the bostol his ability; and also give bond with two good and sufficient siuetks to this corporation, to bo approved by tho Mayor, In the sum of ono thousand dollars for the prompt paymont of all monoys which may come into his hands as too.", lines, forfeitures, costs, Ac, at such times as may be procciibod by law ; and that tho Mayor and oily attorney shall have authority to mako all further rules and regulations for the government of the officers, and all such detail us may bo necessary to give effect to this law. Without transacting any fui thor buslnoss, the Board adjourned. ... Ccntrul Uuard-IIouic. The following cases woro disposed of by Jus. tloo Thompson, rsterday morning: lUvid 111x70 and Essex Hied, colored, for falling to givo the bond requlrod of treo colored persons coming to rosldo in the city, woro fined 110.01 oacli. Elizabeth Cam obeli, drunk and disor der!) ; workhouse 30 days. Kllz.iboth Birnh, culniod, do.; 30 days, Peter Dolan, do,; flno Jl.SS. llughMcElroy, do.; turned over to tho miluarv . Francos Weeks, oolorod, do ; work houso JO days. Melbourne Center, do.; fined il.94. J. J. Flndloy, disorderly; dismissed. 13d. Hllll.ud, do.; line tl.'Jl. Kllen Hall, drunk and disorderly; workhouso 30 days. Ann Hickman, do.; lined S3 01. Samuel Woodland do.; $2.91 Susan Diggs, drunk and vagrant workhouso 00 days. Deaths tf Sulilltr. Tho following scldlors died yestordas : At the llruptlvo Hospital David Brink, company t, new jersey oavairy. At the College Charles ltyan, company V, Seventh New Jersey, and corporal C. P. Nal lean, company B, Eighth Michigan. In iho Camns Thomas Graham, company F, Filth Pennsylvania reserve, and Edward Ford, company I), Thlrty-Blxlh Now York. I Circuit Court. Tie court mot for tho reculir term yester day morning The death of Gen. Walter Jones was announced in appropriate terms, iiflor which Mr. lilchard S. Coxe dolivcred an elo Suent and Impresslvo address, ouloglstlo of tho eceased, after which the court adjourned until lo uay. A Correction The United tSlBtat vs. A. J. lie zerkf The various statements published respecting Mr.Do Zeyk's arrest, on the chargoof obtaining nvjnoy unaer i.uso pretences, havo londerej tho following M.itemont of faots In tho case nocoesarv. List Decemhor, Mr De Zavk ob tained 300 from Mr. Dan ilse.on a certa'in roti resenta Ion that ho (De Zik) had a monthly income of 50 from nun Mi-. J. T.Ktrtvnna. wlilt n he would appropriate towatds tho roturn of sain ouu, nnu no aoonruingly gavo an uruur on said Mr. Stevens, who declined payment, on tho grounds that Mr. De Zsvk had no rnntrol over tho monoys collected for the Whltllnsoy cstafc, and also that ho, Mr. Stevens, had i n money on hand. Some six months thereafter, Mr. De Zoyk signed an order on Mr. Paymaster Hall for (400, requesting tho paymaster to pay the same, out ot his salary, at the rate off. JO ovory month, for the lelmbttrsomont of 100 received of Mr. Danalse, and nf tho s lid $100, above etited. After payment of tho first (JO, una inner oroor was nni ooinpnod nun uy mo paymaster, at Mr. Do Zoyk'a icqucrt; whero upon Mr. Ue Zoyk was charged uud brought before Mr. Justice Johnson, who, alter four dajs' examination, on Friday night closed tho case beforo him. Ono of the miln wltnoascs for tho prosecution was absent from the city. The Justice iteotded that ho had c -nsldored tho ovldonco adduced on both sides, and the argu ment nf counsel, and w.is of tho impression that tho case, as loprosonted, did not coino within the statute for obtaining money under false piotenccs; that, nliilo Mr. De Zejkib talnod the money f om the prosocutlng witness under certain representations, In his Judgment thero was not the deliberate Intention to cheat that Is required by tho statute Throo lawi o's were engaged In tho case; to wit: Mr. Lloyd for tho prosecution, and Messrs. Davldgo and Laskoy for the defence. In all probability the case will go beforo Iho grandjury. The Ueorgctown Lutllci at Work. Tho Union ladles of Goorgotown lied a moot ing last week to carry out tho rocommenda thins nf tho Sanitary Commission. Mrs. 8wco noy, Darby, Ball.Diw.Mnrnan, Hlncs.Tonnoy. P. lierry, ai.d C. II. Jewell subscribed (0 each, and Mr. B. R. May-held some heavy blankets. Tho monoy has boon applied to tho purchase orcomforlablo", Ac, to bo sent to thoStnliaiy Committee. i Ilcc&iuured. Dotoctlve cfu3or Chirlos Klnrball yestordij arrested a man named Joseph Ward, a convict who escaped from tho penitentiary about two months slnoe. At the thro ho made his escape, he was solving nut a teim for an assault and bittery with intent to kill. Ho b.isboencm ployed about tho oamp3 slnco he has been nut, ami In tho vicinity of ono of them officer Kim ball found him. Ho was returned to his old q.artcrs last night. Obstructions on the Blilewalke Tho Boird nf Metropolitan Police Commls sloners at their last meeting directed the Super Intendont to h ivo the laws In relitlon to ob structions on the sidewalks In tho clly strictly enforced. Sioiekcopers and othors will do well to pay attention to lha mittor in tlnio,iuid sao the trouble and expcnsn of an ai lest f r violating t o law. DUonltily Conduct at the Depot Yesterday morning, Charles Hioso and John Kemp, both hackdrtvers. woro ariested and taken bofore Justice Thompson, charged with riotous oonduct at tho depot, and alsn with assaulting the sentinel Btatlonod ttero. Thoy Here fined $0.12 J o.ich. i i Distinguished Dlvlmi in Washington ll3v. Dr. Bollows, of Now York, pro ichod at tho Unitarian Church on Sundiy mnrnlns, and Rev. Ji slab Varden, of Frederick, Md., at the Methodist Protestant Church, Ninth street, the s nno morning Largo congregations were in attendanco at both places. Accepted. The Bov. Mr. Channlng has accoplod tho n ill of the congregation of tho Unitarian Church ot this city, and will enter upon the duties ot pas tor about the 1st of November. ToUfllcersnnd Soldiers. We Invito tho attention nf Officers and Sol diers, in tho Camps and Hospitals, to tho ad vertisement of 11. C. Sua dim:. Attorney am! Justice of tho Peace, in imuilior part of this paper. 9 t M. 1. finiiklln, Optician to tho President and to tho lnllitsry staffs, keeps constantly on hand the host as sortment of flrst-clsss Field and Naval Glasses, selling them at the lowost Eisleru prices. Im proved Pebble and Perlscuplc Spectacles aie suited by him correctly for every eyesight. Ills establishment Is 244 Pennsylvania avonuu, betweon Twelfth And Thlitoouth btrcels. oot li? oodlra To Merchants or Landed Proprietors. Iu our advertising columns will bo found an advortlsemout ol a gentleman who has served many years in the Uiitlah army, and no think, from iris long oxpoiicuce and general knowl edge of discipline in u regiment, that his ser vices would bo most valuable to any gentleman who has largo business tiansactlons on hand, olthor ot civil or military nituio, octll , i The Cr Is, Still tlley Come 1 Aad all we cu.i hear is, Wur I war I wurt' ilut, fir my part, 1 am toe 1 ol the old tory of w ir Hut, oh! Mis llrowu, hae you ht-ard the erj latest I...WS? No. Why.tjMiril.No 4n05etei.th street, has Just reottved a new utoc't of FALL ULOrlllNii of every tiuieilptloii, and ho oTfra lo sell them at puch low priocs 1'ln.y say he bus u knur): ol selling his gooUti at low, r rntis than the other stores IJow he doe4 it, I do noi know Hut, to" my pait.I ean u-turo jou.Mm HroAu,that l.e can lit out jour bovii tvlth nice CLOl lllN.-t at re n.arkibly low prices. 1 ud!e all to call nt i-MIl'irS, No 4tnSovcnth ttwit, opno Its l'oil OUlce, ami look st his New tok, and th?) ulll be convluced that what Mr. Junta mid, U m aug 33 m DllCU, OnSaturdiy, l'Jth insl., ut 1.30 A.M., Roar. Edwik Kinskv, in tho 2Sth year of his ago, und at 12.30 P. M., Hknjamin Sam'oko, Infant s n ol Robert E. and Salllo Klnsey, aged 11 months and 15 days, son and grands u of IlouJ imla S and Ell ibeth Klnsey, of this city. TlIK GOVUUNMKT AlTKIl MiSOM ANO Sl.lDl-LI. Whether those dLtlnguIshed rebels, Mason and Slldell, Hailed In tho Noshvlll. from Charles tou, as represented, or liom Savannah In the Bermuda, us Is thought at Ilio N ivy Depart ment to bo ut least equally probable, their In tention is known to have been to gufltst to the West Indies, ,aud their take a British fdcatner. Tho Nashville, the steamer that inn the blockade couvtylng to Europe tho two minis teis mentioned above, was formeily us.'d n u passenger vessel betweon New York and Ulmileston, and belonged to the Ilu of Spof loid.Tilcilon A: Co. She was seized by Ibu rebels, and his flucu been converted into a so called war vessel, but her build, speid, and jg-j ate but 111 adapted to any such use, und nono of our vessels need bo ulruld uf coming li to a close encounter with h.r n1 on . Sju lucks the strength to bear even tho lecoilif her own guns, If they aie ol a"-y weight. She was built iu New Vol k In tho year 1863, Is rated 2, and is 1,220 tons burlhmi On Wednesday morning, dp aln Dttpi tit re celled orders liom tho Depetiinuut at Wash Ingtou to di-patch sto mfrs after the Na-hvllln with the loast po'S ble delay, and,cccordlngto order ho at onto Hunt i if tho fteaineuAlabumi und AuguHn, Irom his -qiudron lit the North river, fur tho purpose ol overtaking und op tilling the Nn'hvlllo, and at the tattro tluio Counuaudcr Maxwell Woodliull, of ihe steatutr Conm cllcut, reciMvod orders to likewiso pic. paro and pn ceed to tea, ou tho panto errar.d He at oi.co got evcrylhlnir In leadliuss. and tho thee vessels aie uow Iu lull pursuit ot the lobe I steanur. Uni:itunuiM) Railroad. Wo 1 avo been le quest d to si ite that Ilio orlylhal ui dugrouuii i jllroad to Mar) laud has resumed ila trip', with every prospect of uninterrupted success. It will run trl weekly. iiicAuioiu! A'nyuirer. BY TJLEGRVAPH. The Ornt Fleet nt Hampton Ilnnds. Foataiuis Monroe, Oct. 19 Tho great floot concentrating at Hampton Roads is receiving hourly accessions. 'Ilio troops from Annapolis havo not yet arrived. Gen. Sherman Is expected tonight, Jn the Atlantic. Gloat enthusiasm prevails at Old Point, In view of tho extenslvo naval preparations. The steamship Union Pas Just arrived. The stoamor Wabash still ro mains at Old Point. It Is supposed Hi it the rnilro fleet will he full by to-morrow night. TUB LAT18T IVTBLLIOENCH FKOU nl.n POINT. The stoamor Louisiana, Captain Pierson, reached hero Mstordav morning itt.mit n o'clock, and among the passengors woio three gontlomen with six ladle', who btvo for s mo tlmo Past been llvlnz in ltrelimniul und vm. folk, and who renchedOld Point undora flsgof ,1 UliD, It has beon ureviouslv annniinred ih.it rim. Wool haddoclared ho would pormit no moio fl igs of Iruco, which was true, but now that a flag did nrrivo, it is presumed that ho has actod under orders fiom Iho Wur Department. It was about ten o'clock in tho morning when the steamer was obsoivod rounding So wall's Point, when General Wool dispatched the steam-tug Yankee td meot hor, but the Confederate boat oounnueu on ner courso, until sho got within tho naval linos, when one nF thn Federnl enn. boats opened flro upon hor. About an hour anur mo iiinKeo leu, mo lenow again ap proached, but was again flrcd nt for at least an hour, when ho finally steamed down towards Norfolk. Among tho pissengcra was Colonel Tustln Dimlck, of tho Second Reglmont or tLe United States Artllory, who has been at Fortress Mon roe for several vein s, but now goes to command Fort Warren, Boston harbor. One of the gentlemen who roached Old Point, under a flair nf truce, brought n eonvnfihA Norfolk Day llook, whloh Is published In a half hiiuui, ana mo only newspaper issue ot mat ancient borough, and from it tho following ex tracts are taken. " The Fkuiiual Expedition. We learn from tho most rellablo sources that tho great Fed eral oxpeditlon, fitting out at Old Point, and intended for operation on the Southern coast, has not yet sailed. Dr. Dasblelds attached to tho Sixteenth Virginia roglment, has just ar rived from Capo II litems, and ropurts the above." "A copy of tho Qaiellc, of Macon, Ga., dated Oetobor 11th, ami, unccs tho arrival iu that city of the Mississippi dolegatos to the Com mercial Convention.'' ' Tho llect ( 0" S inta Roca consists of three frigates and a nunibor of sto im lugs, and sailing vessels," iii LATEST JTOM JIIsaOUHL Syrame, Oot. 19 It is reported that acting Brlgadlor General Wym in, who left It jll.i sev eral days slnco with about 2,500 men, his ar rived at Lynn Creek, whore ho dlpcrod a body of robols, klllluga con!dorablo number and taking over 203 prlsonois, capturing elgh. teen wagon-loads of golds belonging toMossrs. McClinu A Co., whom tho robels had ro' bed. The last advices from tli n. Fremont aro to 7 o'clock Prld ly night, II Is still at Warsaw . His pontoon bridgo across tho O'lige rivor was to be finished by S tlurday. Geu. Sclgol's divi sion had crossed the rivor. It Is r.ported that General Price had beon largely reinforced by Ben. McCullooh, and that the combined forces aro fortifying Osceola, whero thoy Intonded lo give Gonbial Fremont battlo. nEciArTCrtB ok Lexington, mo.,iiy the ff.ue- rilAL TKOOPS T-"- UNION VICTORY AT LYNN CREEK CO i ID. Jeffereon Cdy, O .1 Tho rebel garrison at Lexington was sti. prlsou ny ljO men ol iho First ilissourl redment. ami the Place icL.tn turod, with all tho sick and wounded, und a quantity or guns, pistols and two pieces or can non. Ono hundred or our sick and wounded have slnco been brought here. The rebel girrlsoit niimbcnd 300. Tho victory or tho Federal troops at Lynn Cieek Is confirmed. nEr-OHTED PAl'TURK OE THE PRIVATEER SUM TER. lloslon, October 21, Tho IHngor Times pub lishes an extractor a letter from Bubidoes, Catod Beptember 27, stating that tho prlv.itoer Sumtor has been captured to tho leoward, by tlio frlgato Powhatan; but letters from Birha does dated Soptembor 28, received boio, mako no mention of the roport. ADDITIONAL I'ER STEAMSHIP ETNA. 81. John, A'. I'., Oct. 20 Iho Ktn.i oxpe- rloneod stionirwoRterlj- winds during Ilio enllio las'inso. Sho h.is foil)- cabin nnd two hun dred Htciir.ico p.isseni:crs. Tho slo.iinship llummonlii broke a slmft of hor i-crow on tho p.i.s'aRn from South unpti n to (Srnvosond, nnd put iutu (iravesend in cinso quenco. I'ho London 7'uiips editorially ihnnks Mr. Sowurd Ior tUo Just exerciso nt his j nlKnionl rclatlvo to tlio memorial against Dr. ltil'inl , their correspondent, although his (Suward'o) lottor shows a strcnp; under-ourrcut spirit. Tho jf'imes also ropmlUles tlio ch irn.es SKainat Dr. ltussoll, and kelloves that the Raod nso of thn Atnoi leans will soe tlm fully ot lnloi Turing with him. Dr. Itus'oM's latent lottor Is devotod to tho oousidoratlon ot tho position of Maryland. Mr. Lindsay, member nf tho Uriilsli Parlia ment, iu a public iootiiio, again strongly uigcb tho oxpedloiioy of r.ngland und Fiance on de,i irliig to olToot a jio icoliil Hcpiration 1j twoon Iho Niulhoin and Snuthcrn blates, Tho stoamshlp (Jioiit Kistcrn Iu d roacl.rd Mlllnrd HhVoii lor top ills. Eirl Itiihx'all, In a reply lo u mninorlat on Mexican nffiirs, dlscmuagcs Intorlorenco In Iho I litem, il affairs of Mnxlc", but siys that Ine (lovoii.ment will oxoiclso the rlght'id requir ing security for perxons nnd proi oily, and fur the fulUlmcnt of engagements. ll was stated Ihal oiders weio about to be Issued to jircparo tho I'iuiicIi squadron 'or Mexico. Tfiu Dank nf Franco hid nnangod f.u Iho iclinf t the llnanclal nreninio which was prur ailing. - i COMMfMCATION WITH 11111 Ili:m:i.S AT NOll rill.IC STILL SUnl'E.NDKD rllK flliKlT K I'EDITIOX. t'uilnm Monroe, Oclnbor 20. Somo twonty persuiis who have been walling lur huer,il d,i)8 I" go to Nnrfi'lk hy a 11 ig of trueo will return to llaltlmnre to night. Nollher (icneial Wool nor tho Flag Ollleor of tho Ih-ct will allow any comnuiiilcatlou Willi tho rebels fur at leas-t a nunibor of days, '1 he roloascdCnnfedorato prisoners ft om I'm t Lifayutto arrived lioie thlsniuruliig, and weio sont temporarily to a storcslnp. Colonel Dinimiok, wlio has boon pot com mandant t Old Point for nearly twoyous.loit last night fr Fort Warren, in Boston h.ubnr, whltlHi- ho has been nrdorod. Tho gurlnoi paraded, and tho occasion was a highly Uittei Ing ono to the beloved colonel. uools belonging to tlio groat expedition oimtuiUK to nirivo liouily. Tlio tnups Irom Annapolis ai'u not yet at hand, but, no o.pecl ed tn-night. A largo quantity ol oulninon stores li is linen put nboaid tho traii-pnrls here. Though teilhuH In preparation, tho expi'dlliii'i Is as eomploto In its ui r.momo'ils as il Is emu m un In slo. The steamer S. It. Spauldlng sailed 1 ist night fur Ilattersu Inlet Willi couiinN.ir) an i rd n. into hioics. hho Is expected to ruturu to mm low. MJor Jones, nf (Jen Wool's stafl. his beon appniiitcdinoost miiKhilat Old Point. DKATII Of hX-ailVKUOll UOODIIKIDUIL lMroil.Muh., Oct. 20. Kt llov. Wixilbridgii died at his rmldonco in this city, lo-diy, iod hi) cars. CANADIAN Vnr.r-H ON SEWAUD's rillL'L'LAR. Vmidi'flL October IS, 1SH1 Secretary Sow aid's cireular lias nt nltrat tod luucli remark ir.,m ilio CaiiadPin press. Only two Montreal p. i pet in it leo It.nno nf which view it a-i a e in Hi matlon ol ruiuori of I'm olguliitononttou. Thn i Un r coniduis u unnillod lor, as far as tlu I. ik poit', .no ( i uieino I and inily likely In ni'iiler in'ceS'' rry somo prciMiitionary u oasures on i iu 1. iiiah, ai Hide, '( . I ,nel (icrce Wiishlngtoii, tho only iiviug .a n .,. , .1 l!.n,.,a Uo.hl.nrtnii. wan ut uni hu.iuii, .- --n ..' Luumvillb un tm ibui lusiam, ami ir.i iuu m uujr ior uuiyiuuwu, Report ect;Ou .break In Western Virginia, From the Whiellsg Intelligencer of Octcberls. Governor I'lerpoint yesterday received a dispatch from Mr. Van Winkle, of I'arkers burg, announcing that tho rebels had made their appeara-co in Wirt and Gilmer counties In great numlt-s, and were carrying on lo the perfect terror oi the Inhabitants It was ro ported that they had attacked Cantaln Hill's cavalry company, slat oncd at Ellzabelhtonn, auu cumpieieiy cm mem to pieces, ana were threatening Patkersturg. Tho dlfpatch Is certainly from n very rella blo Biurce, nnd Is entitled to tlio fullest credit. It Is Knonn that an unusual number of ulHi have reco illy appeared In W rt, Gllmef nnd Calhoun counties, end msny Union men have been murdind. The rebil forcts are not na tives of Iho connllcB named, but aro regularly organized bands doubtless from Floyd's army Last night about dark. Companies A, II, O, D and E, of the Firrt Virginia Infanlry, tcok pa-sago on the sleimer Woodsldo for Parkeis burg. Col. Thoburn being absent from the city, Lieutenant Colonel Richmond, of the First cavalry, went in command. We are not al liberty to rUte tbe destination of iho expedition. Tho boys came over from Camp Carlile. pre ceded by (he First cavalry band, under a drenching rain that would havo drowned His spirits of a Ies enihuslostlo crowd, but a j il Ifer set of fellows never set out upen an cxpe dlllon tho object of which they knew nothing 3- PUOU11KS3 O' SLAVK11Y IN THE UNITfcD S1ATLS UY OEOKQE M.WESTON. Copies of this work are for sale at the publication office of the Kalkmal Republican, corner of Seveutb and D ctreets Bound edition, II per copy, ramphlct edition, 2 cents per copy. sprOtf WANTS. WAS!.I't!,DJ B ,a'8e Store or Wureroom, . . nU,,j.a iui n uuicsaic i-ruaace DUdlUeSM Or any person hiving a lot, and willing to put ud a temoorsrv bulldm?. Adare.a .r. n u oct.l-8t " Ho. 2J8 V itr'eet WANTED I'MEDMTKLY 50 active , ' ouly ,iltn ,0 ' "' gent for the -ale of an ninu e uviui iu cf try perron, aciuc loucg men can make Irom 111 e to ten dollars per day. Annlv to K. WILLIAM MiKKKll, siO Eeventh street, three doers above Dilnct. oct 18 Iw IX7ANTK1J for tho llnarterinuatei's De- luriiiieoi unina buics Army, JO) leam Hers. Pay twenty live dollars per ino..tb, with cue ntlou ner dav Apply at tbls omen. J. J DANA, Capt A Q M , oot 4 1m Corner of Md anil O sts WANTKD. mi active energetic petacn having capl al lulllclerit to lurnlsh ubout a lozea teams to vLIt encampments will hiar of a ITotitaMo cei.cy by appbluir kt PI11L1IAUHONIC HALL, nepjil If Peeu avenue, near F.leveuth at. WAM'EO.-To liuvo everybody to cull atSMUlI'S, No 4oO Sevcatn street, oppoilte Port Oill.e, ai.d "ircha.e thilr Fall and Winter Clotliin, liuntr-, at, and Caps, at the very lowest prices Glv him a call. ecta lm HC. Sl'AI.DINO, Attorney nnd Justice of Peace .Yd 3JS. D itrtcl. ruar 101. ilrtt Oltloers and soldie rs having accounts to settle w lih the uovermatiit, can have Hi m irepared,crrtlft:d, and proitcuted nremntlv: also, tho-e dliiblrd bv Iclw-is or wounds, can have their application lur P-mlonscarelully rrepar'-d and proatcutcd without oct iS lw Tj K T I .1 T ll Y, Dit. C. A. JOItDVV, Surgeon Dentist. AVl t.'.il tfh Xtfuvf r,i.e. n .? 17 Optraiions warranted and prices leawnable. octva Jm MkdicalT d pTiuwkwtof UKOiKikTitwv r.tii.j.v.m 'I he lecture In thli Institution will commence un ine iia lustunt, at a o'clock, l M JOIINUN KLIOT. M D., Uean oct 22 :t MUU7I1II, llUIlBVt?, IILPt(.9ti.9 -ft XX $S UMVAH1). TSTs U MOKSUS 8TAlUEOKU, the flguro rr a uisiiuru uu i ue riiii jiwtii tacn horae. excent one. which li a dark norrpl. T will pty tins abotre reward for each horsa delivered to me, at Clay's Hotel, or at my stub e, at the O.d ui iiuuan, oct 22 lw J. II DENNIS. JUST IIKCKIVICD UY GUKKN & WIL LIAMS, AT IMilVATA ALK. 209 ill lie rent naitern of low Dike Bedsteads A'si) a large lot oi low price ilureaus, Table, aniiaiius, cace otui ana oua-r vjntirs, OSet- of Cot t. ice l''urnlture,at a low llsure. Call anl examine ior yourxhe-i. (JKLli.V k WILLIAMS, Auction and Commhfloo Mtrchanta, Ao. IN, 7th and 1) altVKU. oct 22 3t LIU".KT PUULIvHINO OFP1CJ', Al Cornlilll. Iloslon. Any Naible publication conmloR slavfhy, the Waw or any other great qutstloo ol tbe'lttue ijtbUtntUby .Wait, lrceoi pontage, atihe Tub Us her' luvvtM priotfl boston atid New England Agency for the Nalionn rrilfian.atthHotllce. Dally. 3 fioayrar . v-t-kly f2(J0. t ae ? ready a large list ot flubacnbern fcr iiui va uiuie aoniugion puper All books lu vuo Uoton market furnished bv mall portagH tree, on receipt of the prleti. bub cnpiloi t rtttoeu ior nu vuiuuuie reviuna, raugaziatt ana (.ngpupira A.aareRd, Q.Y MGIIT, oot8 f No n Cornlilll, Uotoi. G KNTL,Krif..', A'lTK.VIlOK I 1 amoirtiinir irreat iiiductniints lo turchaersof Kiady 3fade IMolIiIrp 1 inn furldrh vou with Illack Dre? &nils, Pluck ut, Itutfness bulls, C'oatn, rami, veals, &.0 , c i am rilling mauiuui iiui no Suits at sin, si: 111, un.t I0 Ch ap tult irrn 4 bo to S 00. Citl ai.d you will rtc that it can be rioee nt llKN.Nl.NG s, ctl& tw S(elltll tre t IhIuiiI TVTU ' ICIC Ml CCYSdOMOES 'Ihr itrnui- 1 ers li. (JIIAM1IKKLIN and M ar.MOLI! luio unhed from rhtNih-lntiia 0jcd4 rtniy I r dc!li-iy IIYUi: S ll.YVIUMJ.N, Oeoretown.Oct. 51,1811. 67 6U Wutirtt. o;t.l ii iTr:u AM) ruKEii", 30.00U 11ii, Jut uetlvu. AnJ (orrwleby JOHN o lym; JLCO. No 63 Loublauii avenue. too Hblrj Prime A pteu jtut recched And for sale b .JOHN O LYLKUGO, No 63 Lou alalia bveuue. ALSO, fiunr cliuI HjijihoI the CcUliratrd ltrand Pa con shouldcx and Dried Heef. at the Low et WLulu .U l'riciaby oct 17 lw No 6j, LouUUna uciiul T,rt'lIt''W' HOOK ABEVry I avavii 1V1 IMiro.N' All Medical Ilojks md ltt lsokd uubllditd lu tJe United btates lor 1.1.I0 at the pul'iUlK'n'iici.s,ut lluu.-1O.1i 1 Allan;'.-! Un k nnd $ nliontry hlorj, 3.11 I'tun.) Ivanla oct III -iw avenue, lour doors west of Miilh t. HAIJltllAltTKKS KOtl CI.OTIIINU, Hats aid Cain, Nu. Ui) ateulh ttreit, opio rite 1'lKtOIUce i't .tllii rplIK AVKSI' CIIICSl'KIl ACVUiOIV, ut 1. Vet ChiBttr l'enlHylvaiiU, witliin to hnurii ri,le Irom rllUttde'p'iU, by tlie lVii'myh n.ia Cm tiai 01 by the v est Chester and I'll lalel)ua Ha. I roa I, vis )ttdU Ihe whiter term, of full file minlht. cnmnunCM un 11l-1st et November ' .Vihla , rtktui ulll b InlroliiCeJ us u regular deoari t in of the .ysli-m 01 iiirtriictlon to those who dejiru to natl tbiiu selMs 1 1 its advantages, at a n uilerate churpe t lht trieil and experlencid Iesclitr a-siil tlw l'rlucliml lu the Ouliva ui Hie school WM. T. WYI'.US, A 51 . oct2l lin l'ilicl,iul DII.J, J. I'ISDI.KV, .Vo.tlSO Hlilli strut pelweea G and II, Wahl- Ktl,u i-llico hours, to u'olovk A II., u to. land; 10 s I' 11 Dytpep and all other Chronic Diteas triiitu with snoot without the um uf lursh lAtdlciues oct 10 tt sUlt Illll-Un to tlio 1'eopU's Clotlilnp; vy Mure. No 4C0 t-uvtnta street oelii-he lout Ol ... . ... '.,.,. ..a ,). ., .,n.l. nt l,.,l I lr.,1 lunkOlati. and Ca, all for eale at the loeVt .Wiew loritpnces. wi-im AMUSEMENTS. ODD FKLLOWK' IIALLt hevenlh Street, dbov D. Llnenlh Week of the Or'glnal OAMPDEnL HIKBT11KLS Thirteen Slmr Performers. IN A NEW PROGRAMME EVERY MQIIT. NEW SONQS DANCES NEW FACIS. Look Out for thmo New Stars I ARTHUR HUGHS, The Ore at Comedian, from Sanford's Of era Troupe. MOItltlS EDMONDS AND JONNY WILLIAMS, 77ie tfreal Ilal'ad Sinyeri. AdmLwIon,. M cents. Doers opla tt 7 o'clock commence at 8 o'clock oct 17 iw Dr. O. FOICD, Agent. "M' O T I O K . "Adams Expross Company." This Company ofTeu to the pnbllo "Unequalled j.M,.u.n' iv, iin'-nit auovuiti uwpatcii" 01 Heavy Irtlf!hli, l'acltsEes, Valuables, Money, to. .I.O . to all I rtaortti ITnllarf Bl.l., ' " Kxprcstes to and from the North and W est deuart Lxpreanes are in charge of experienced and reliaitt MertKngerx, ah iacKaen ir l he aoldlera carried at On riali'i our uual rates All BVirli fnf 4)ia un AAltJ X rt r-J a n. and all article " Contraband of War," will be ar JD8ID. ffttlts Vvjnraanan Iaskta 'KTon. '.. 1. .1 m m arriving m ) aBhiugton at 8 A M. and 6 30 r. M. KlCnroKfie lan lril1ri.lnTil afl ft t -J r My airWlQK iu wahln(jtou 6 30 P. il. and 6 A. 31. i.iiMii.ireio wBHimuni .i 4.u a ju, ana S 41 P. M . arriving In Washington at 6 A. M. and ft ?c fcxpenaea (or all points North and West leavt WwhingtOD dally at 7.30 A. M and 3 30 P.M. nrnilal fnn1ttnin (no laa ... .!!.. j- . . ..-?:. r. i".;r.'.."". ,.",iu DI rre'8n vbu m juuuc uj upjiii'-tuun ai iuib omce. AH goods called lcr and delivered fru of extra charge. E. W. I'AltSONS, Superintendent Adams Express Co. Washington August 23, 'el. au23 Ira mo TUB OFFICEU8 OF TlIK AHMV. Ju t arrived, a dlre.t Importation per ttcamer u ton, from Europe, a very fine and large assort nient 01 Marine, Opera, tield Glasses, und Tel scopes, which I will tell a very little above Iheoost In rarh. Auto thcqutliths, thera art) none sutc riorto be had, having been silictjil purposely lor tlil.nurkit. Alio, a large and well assorted stock ot Opera Glaues, Microwopis, goM, silver, aud stea, .Spectao'es and Lie Olaiaee bulled to the eight by the use of auO.itumeter A considerable nnmh,rnl ctr ifk'a,e to be seen at my ofllce, frcm gentlemen tvuv ii, ucen suiivu at my oiue.-taDluument. I2G Pennsyhaniaaunur, between Four-niitl-r nun 111111 euui Mreeis. My Kstabllahment Is up stain. s Glaim fJUAtoiuU. The trade supplied, octio ly rr PK.NSIOH OFFICE, JUNK O, INOl. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY COKCXI.X. Application having been mi' -'-th.r A June, 1800, for the reissue ut . H,,totiuusdi scitbed herein, which are alleged to lave been let or destroyed, notice 1 hereby given lha", at the dr-tt following the dcBcrlplton of each warrant, a , v. certificate of like Unor will be Issued, If rnvslli' jectlou bhculd then appear No. 2,103, for lf'O acres, teued under the act m March, ISS5, lu the name ol Benjamin Itelley, ai cranled on the .Tib day of June. 1S55. No 032. for 80 acres. Ll.ucd nnder the ect nf Man- 1836. In the name of Iteuben WoodrulT, ar.d granb on the (!th day ofllay, 185S. Ho S56, for 180 acres, Issued under the act ol Marci 1855, In Ihe name of Samuel ll. VV aterhouse, at I granted ou 'he SSd day of Hay, 1865. No. 2,631, for 80 acres, bsued under the actn March, ISM In the name of bhelly Ouuns, an . granted on the ad day of August, 1856 November 10,1881 No 05,100, for 180 acres, lssu.d under the act cl March, 1S5J, iu the name ot 1'olly, widow of Davit liradbury, and granted on the lnh day of Septtr her, lir,o loth November, lStl. No 08,614, for 160 acres, Usued under the act of March, 1S56, In e name of Guy 8 Alexander, ml nor child of John O. Alexander, deceased, and granted July Cd, 1800 November 10,1801. No 43.S42, for 100 acrei, Issued under tbe act el Mrrch, 1865, In the name of t'hri.tlan Dougherty, and granted ou the 2ith day of September, 1866 Novemberl6,1831. No 41,039, for 100 acrea, Issued under the act of jiarcn, ieao,intre name 01 James ITay, and grant ed on the vlst day of March, 1801 Novemler i) 1801. No 16,930, for 100 acres, leaned under the act of .uarcn, icas, in me names 01 t uiiam M , Julius '. A-,araJohuD S Miuor, children ol Irwfaliaggtt dLceesed, and gratded on the 'Nth day of May l8SNo ember 2.1,1601 ' No 44. 818, for 80 acres, issued under the act March, 18J5. In tbi nane of Getty, widow of Thor-a.. I.lwood,andgrauttd January 19, 187 November 23,1801 No 75,320, for 1C0 cores, issued under the act M March, 1835, In the uanieof Alexander McCulloug'i, and granted ou the 8th day of January, 1858 Novem ber I,1UI1. No 67,803, for 160 Acres, Issued under the act ol March, 1865, in the name of Hannah, widow f ot .lames wuson, and granted on the 20th day ul Febturv. 1857 Uecimber 0. 1801- . o,",i, ,u, .,, uvuo, imucj uuuer ine act (H March, 1866, la the nsnie ol Al. xander McQua u, au-t granted on the 12th day of Octooer, 1666 . Vn 11 .RS Tn. ,et ...b. . I..... .J ....J ...- . -, emuer n, 1001. No 9.70'J. lor 120 ncres. Issued under the Aft March, 1855, in the nnniv ot Daniel West, end grai t- e-i uu tiie i.iu uay ui July, leoeitu uectmbir, 1801. No frl,!."0, for 18) ncres, Issued under the act of aiarcn, 11.0, ininepameoi .iinrtna, wntowor Au drew Mellon, and granted 011 the IMh day of Api 1, 185 1 December 2i , ibOI No. 3,10j, for Ito acres, issued under the act of March 1815, In the nnrao ol buinuel K Jackwa , and grantel on the Ut day of August, lk55 No 8,101, for 100 acre,, l"smd uudtrthe act ol Murch, 1855, In the name of WillU-u If Tairanec, and gtanted en the l.tth day or Julv, 1865 Decern bir21,180I No 14 015 for 80 acres, issued under the actol rejHriuuer, ioj, iu iuu Il.'imeoi l.CM inaUWell,auU grantid September 29, 1851 No, 31 0.8, lor 40 acres, Irsued under the same act, lu the nanio or Abel l'Jatts, and grnuted Noembir 21 1851. I).ieuibir2, 1811 . i,-i -j.Hj, ior no acres, issued uniur Hie act of Mureh 1855. In Die name of elh Love, atil rrAntt.,1 on the 2Id day ot June, 1867 Ueennbtr is, ltM No. 79 110 for 1(0 acres, fact 18J71 ill fuinr nT I'.t inner llryntit, formerly wllow, nnd Lawrcncn Io,m. only survltl. g child, heirs ut law of Michael ur Mltche Moan deceased. lute a trltate ol com iuny" 0,"eletenth United States iulautry January 4, Hf2, No 72 54. forlCO acres. Issued nn.ter thi. ur.t nl M ircll. 1355. in the HHme ol 1 hnmis .Inlm.nn. nn.l grained ou tho Oih day ol UcpttuiUr,lS57 Janu nrv4,18'2 No. i2 21". for 80 acres. Issued undtr the net nt March. 1856. In the name ol Pullv. ul Imv nf .liihn Csnip.ai.d wasgrauttdonlbc2!ddjyif btptember, U5j January 4,180.. JOSEl'U U, llAltllETT, Coiumistlouer llOOICS KOIl TlIK '1'IMti. uw... ...' ..,'.,..,,,., .t.nui, .iu, u,,, i,c nt the mo-t vuluabl- In oks tnr the times .tht has ir'T7r A vn vnt.Tii i... A...n.. x-.. ...i.. ...... Bipranu , uui.i'sunii me Ai 0011 su.ksoi liavel, v,.l,.ln.l. l...,l,lliiH n.. n li.inlr , .. .... u ti.t . u, il - vv....... . , ... n...-.i ... ,.n H WVU.V . ', ll'.V UV IIBU lnfj )'riof,$l onlifi.tril pBrr, i. ctirx STAlkS by WmriN An (nvultialiW wmk lor rel j 1 111 r iniciT wil'Cll I IU.".' iililllUt ' ( li V I 1 l'' ('ITI lit tt I'll fit! M TtIL' IIIICMLL a en I'irfm r 1-1.141 1ii.11 i.uuiii j. 1 ur ,iif.,viri orhlUtVAL .ur A try Hiilv Iract iyr Un 1 lillt-K tJUIlL- lavrillH , 91 1 ll I 4 UdtMl ittwtix .- .vrhMUMi ci ,'s ut nit: &outh lVioe (.lu 11, SI UJ l JHT, 50 tii.li 1111 t U U IIP V Ift I lUUt V. It IlWlJIV 1 WtllrflllLI llll.lll'UJI d.ii' u.i 11 i.i 1 ii. trloltij I'ii m- ior ihe tiui, by U hi tur. ll , lui-m. ItrjKiit Men bluuri.e) , am many uilier, (.! ltt-:tl 0) i luJ uu 1 1 rmlt cl ut tlio ' AirtT t J ' 111 I III,! Il.lt till tuK. I . . . .. ....... .. I i iua uu 1, i..v nvi .i,wi.ivi( 1 Hl.1) HUUItll I WU nun, aiui I -j ait" a iiitru't.c iiiit ijiult Cijk'tJUvC t , $1 a Uzrit ii JIUVtUt ttici' HI. I, Vl Mtt llli' UUH,',l) uu (JIUU flit. .illll.( I11.II J kunt 111 Villi t I I rt j nf .a Ur lu 1'ilct AvMrL'tn, ocr t So 1. ('irclilU, Ituiton. ." 'ill 11 .Usui. Kins. Urssa Hunt, uf ',. I rlo.1. .. . .... . 91 in , ,,,.,, j (A.vtiu iiii,re 1, lilUSt; 1 ut 11 litr.e .trek ul ileus Uiuj IUOIS. , ho 1 iil'is xctii'.ingl) lianl to l leal II, - i. luuili- uu'jis auJ hliots.ut ury low p ,i ' I h i 1u wilHUemeacall will not ngut n i !.) uiiliu in inn oiiue lute Ul IIUKVIVl. Oct 15 lw Seventh tt'ttt U anJ CD.Itl.'. ANU SKI! OIK l. hllKU ut Fall Clothing, Ko. 4bU ; tviulli slrikt oot a-lm AUCTJQjV salbs. flY J. O. WeUDIHB JU CO., Auction..,.'. TlfVTVne Pirriti nnniH. ...w.wu tmnn ur AJUlHVt&U 1'RQPERTY. nri ii u7 V ArV" OI ,r"1 ,r uamallel Ballr Hb t ftiditedFf tagy.t8 ' im "d "eord.ili iioef j. A. H . Nn ma inline qk. j. t .i..,, .. " in ;..'. I?-11' ?.' l!" prmu., at pnbllo auction Ui. clivof w..m.. il ,n, U of ground In of lot rauSi nl."??k!")wn " '" W'Crn half hnndrediJi ,i,iV.7,.k(6,) B 'I" ""ombered Are lee- 1 40 i M?h T'Bt of twenty-elght (ss) Jt!! ff?aff W&X.'HS: de.1o(7;tonth;pVmuI"Tft'.,,,,m?r,r,..,i; are not compiled with wtihl. v. ,'th,.ft.r the trustee reserves the tight to rtKlUt is. VSt .V cost of the dsfaulllog purchaser "" -... wu.cjr.uviug i me cost or the pitrchawr .,e-du JAa- - & Ai5S2S: Srhaalui...l. I. . .. FHlasd. An .Mniinl nl 4l. .l. . .,, ... ..f. .? . .. ----, -,-m. v. tun ib.u, UU1II IMUUaUAI next, September dill, same hour and plan ., M "LAIR, Trnite.. JAS. C. McGUIBK ft CO., ugSO dU Auctioneers. ,S J.lWJJl0".""" fnrth.r po.tponed null THURSDAY, October 3d. at the tarn, hour ""d place. jf. BLAIIt, Triune. ... , , .a JAS- - McOUIHB ft CO., rep 7-lawlili Auctioneers. n-Txif!y.,A01I? :"Je u '"vther postponed until HON OA 1 , October S8th , same hour and place. ,. M. BLAIR, TroiW .,,.. . JAS. C McOUIUECO, octS14!8--t Au-.Uoneer.. BY J. C. McOUIUK CO., Anctlon.cn. TRVSTEKS SALS OF VALUABLE HOBSEttOLD FVRXITVHS. By virtue of a deed of tr.st, bearing datoon the Sl.tdsy erjanaarr,lf01,anddolyrecotded In liber J A. S . No. sos. foliu. i-04 and 808, one ot to. laid records for Washington county, la the Olitrict of Co lumbia, the mbscrlber wll' cd, atpcbllo auction, on lliuriaay Noveni er 14 , at to o'clock A M , all the lumlture cmulned lu that large three-story brlckliouse iitnated on the mutuwesi corner of I hlrd and O itreets Wa.tdngton city A full s hedule will be published, In connection with this adttrtU. ment, prior to the day or sal. Oil AS. E. SllEUMAN, Truile. JA8 O McOUIBK, CO , iep 10 law Auctioneer. TY J. C. AIcUUlUK b CO., Aurtloncer.. SUPERIOR nOSEWOnji CASE PIAXO JVXTE.ELE. UAiMTKVSKWOtiU UKVCATELLK-GOVKHED PA It' LOR iVtlSlTURE. rHEA'CII-PLATE MIRRORS'. CARPETS, AND ItOVSUIOLD EFFECTS QEXE RALLY On TUESDAY morn in it. Ort nh r 9M nt tn n'lKck.ut lti Mrge reridvncu en If Ftrcet, opposite I-ifjtrtieii"atf,tccntl occupied by the CliHiaa MlDlfter.VkechaM sell all the Furu ture and Eflicta. CCin(iriBing erv Ruprnr uosewooa-cae riano I'OTte. by ChlckerlDg tiult ot ilea: int Uoi-enood crln-ion Drccatelle CjV. tied I' at lor Kurolturc, comtsttng of two lare Bofd, two Arm lialra, aud cUht 1'arlor Ghatrf Superior gilt Ga ChandelUr aud Ou Fxturct Suit oi Walnut lluh cerd 1'arlor Kurcitura Ilnndflome taiy Chalrn, Loongea, arid ancy Chair j Cosenood Maible'opTablci, Wa!nct Whatnots Hupvrlor Hcsewood bectetary and Bookcase llanliome French plate Gilt frame Minora Lady'a Walnut rfcretary, Japinepe C&bltitt Walnut txtenilon I inlng Table, ,dbD rd DlnlDff I ha(ri. MJ Table-", Plte armer Cltiua, 'tlaai, and Crockery, TaMe Cutlery Kxcelleot Uruels std tMrte ply Carped 8tfllr Carpete. t illcloth, Matting "Walnut French and Jenny l.lnd ltr-dsteidd Do Dreeing and Plain lloreaun 'Wardrobes, Wa-htnd, Toilet ttii Purerior Curled llufr 3laitrwt'i Blanteis ifoieierfland riiiow, brrradjnnd Jomtorta High post anJ Cottage Ikd-tends Cane feat Cbatru, ItCK'kcrr. Arm Cbtlri Kefrigerator, Stoi ei, Kltcben Ute nalN. 1c . A.c. Tojfeilier with many articled of Houteliold I'unil ture not necetcary 10 enumerate. lermiCftHb. JAS C McGUIICE & CO., oct IS d Auctiotra. 8tT The above ante la unnvnlilably pott. toned until JIONDaY, ict. '.Kill timo hour and place. J. C ViGCIKb L CU , oct 22 eoJdi AiiCt cnttrj nVWAlTlT&TlAUNAHu7Atloncra. LARGE .SALE Of WELL KEPT HOUSEHOLD FUR NI1URK On THURSDAY morning. 24th Inttant, at U r'clock, we wilUellattbe reid(vnceKo a outtreet, between Four un 1 a half and Mxti gkreip a lame as orlment of Household a.d Kitchen Furu ur. , conitsttng ot Mahoga. y t-olP and Chalm, Large number of Cir;t, KxteLlon Dining and other Tables, Uoo.cjst!, iurtauK. WHrdribt. Itcdxtvadi, lluirauJ Miiuk aiatirttfid, lllinkefj), CcmforU,ond other lU'duIng, Oilcloth, asbtaiid, n I Toilet Seti, Lace and otlitr Curtaim, and Cormcii, A large a-iortmtnt ot v ood and Coal ..tottd, Andiron, Fei.deit, cM&.o TeiiiHcah. WALL & HAUNAKD, ccxwi Auutlouee. B' V OUKICn J. WILLIA71S, AuctloitcMi. HOUSEHOLD AXD KIWHEX rURSITURE, AT AUC TIOA' On TUnS DAY, the" S2i iofrtant, vte Ul fell at the rrridence of a gentleman declining houttkectilng.at No aw, Utth, betwetu G aud U lrtetc,u ooa lot ot Fun iture, viz Marble top and other Tables l Oil ralntlng, 1'arlor, LhamLer and othr rarjietn, I'ottagu bft and oth r Chamber Furniture, Cioking, 1 ladlator and othtr ii'ovto. And a good lot ol Kitchen KequMtefl, v. Ith tuaoy other arltclei wiilch vte diem uuteccwaiy to 'tnunicra'e. leriui cuuh. GUKEX A. WILLIAM oct 22 2t Auctioneers. milK L,AIHi:s WILL LOOK -1 um fctl X H"K ut pri that dety comretillon 1 hae 1 adlvV good hed Q All Kltrf ai.d iOUld at f I 00 LaiiitH tine Congrei-H Uniltr ai Sl.'.b, LjcUk' Ualmoml lioa Jl.i.'i up, iit i aud Children UnlinorfU at 7ft, frC and $1 All othr liooti and bho8 in j.rupoilloa ou will 1 avu mciiiV by callii'g on me Oi.O C HLNM.N(i, . lcI i lw beveuih rtt-t, LUnd ON IIA.ND-7 .MO United Hltttf- Tna iiuri no tt. which will lenurp'ied at partOtur t iint 01 nem irte uf ihnrge. Dciaaiid Treasury notes, n her-t( ten ii be rechet on atpolt m nctciw. Sy 1.1 1 , III I I t.AM t!'l(,rA.'l &,J , lJui kcri, Qo2 rtniiey.vunia avenue, tct U lm near Browu'. OKKICKltH AND KULD1KUS SltfUl dral'td Kuld on alt rarti? ot the Lulled btJleu. In tiumt to suit 0 ill ctr and c oldie r AI1-0. dranoa Loudon. inIiiUd.bi.olIand. ales. and (ittiitjiiy umunti . money Druant at uem rarta oLhtlCUIKMIUl Sti, PANT & CO , Bunktii(a5i lVnnilviiila avenue, t-ct 14 1 111 near Urowh's G HANI) ADVANC1C OL' TlIK AIIJIT, 1 ut .SMITH lias not advanced the nrl.t ut hi Jutliivir.wilcU lie has lu.t received, and is selllnK itT ut iu(h rcuiaikabl. low prlcea Utve rue a cilj, ami sjlrsly )iurw.lvisol the creut bargain, tl at aie now ullmtdcmj day ut SMITH'S) o 4(lo Sennili in vi. OCI il'l DD.N'T FAllsTOCALIsAT -JU I IV, v 4 0 esenlhatleel,and buy )uurs 1ofbls.ej . I ur nl-lling Uoodt, IruaLs, UnU, and Caps UUI a uu ni .' v. ihi)i'i.i:' ci 01 iiimo ioiiK, J- No, JioSoiuin h mi i- ll"- piiie to tuy sour CiahluK, Trunin, lluis, uuU Ci- oeia lm BDAllUIMJ Klunt Tin Uelilltmen eaubenciuiiii'iJidlihll0 4Itla.id LOW, IMl.oi rr lulls in'"" t nisei, biiv.nu Huh lutllho w ' ootli lm s. N I) K h' 1 f I! II, Lisle, of'llie Ilrlllsli A .1111y. V c, irluinn who has I eld a cooin,l.lftli Id the linn li ui in tirmans ears nd wlolas lia-1 ftreat i 1c1itnc. 111 tin- utli u-ds rr'rul 'stf a leiJturiil. ,,imi utilint "S.f' 'lieinraliiloilnet(i t,rii serseil hy nllluuVstlitouiiIiOiilasiell rrnanllrsl conis is di.lrou ol uMaiiirx I uallun as ag.i t r gsuerul irtirees-rto a lnll inoiirlsior. Is uu iimrrliil uu 1 of the 1. 1 ,blMn d t'bunli ol l-rgiaud i un als. refereice toun nine r ol the ulglitatilU tlucii .j Iii Uiltlili .tin.rioa ".. syr o' S19 rtunsjlsanlaasfliue, 0,t j7 Wuhuigtou. '