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LOCAL NEWS. To AdTMTtlMM. Nearly m thousand eopiea uf tho Jlrjwb Mean are olroulated among tha floating pnputa tton every day.besides thelarge number served to regular subscribers. Advertisers will late note accordingly. Alt Hallow Ke. To-night Is it!) IUItoto Tee, or Hallow n'en, as being tlie vigil or ove uf Ml Hallow Day Tbe Jlomlsh Church designed this day to bo held In boner nf all those taints who had not particular days appointed for them, but Ittloes not appear that All nallowD,iy,or Its eye, oro ever marked by very particular observance In the Cathollo ohurchj novertholess. there Is Boarooly any tlmo more distinguished by the common feoplo of many portions uf the Brlltsh Kinging of bells was one of tho modes of celebrating Hallowmas m tngiana in umos piuii. It whs a Itoman Oathn.lo practice, being da signed In aomo way to flvr the souls or de parted Christians. For this reason, Queon Elizabeth prohibited It. It was also A custom, a few centuries ago, to have a cake oaken on this eve for overy member of the family, ns a tout mass cake or soul cake. It was oomposod of natmeal, and seoded; and pasties and fur mety were Incidental to tho samo evening. In families of good condition, a quantity were hfllrnn unit ant nn on a board, liko tbe shew- bread In old pictures In tbo Bible, to bo given tp visiters, or distributed among the poor. Thero was a rhymo for tbe ocoaslon " A soul cako ! a soul cake 1 Havo mercy on uu uuns Man snult lor a soul-oaks I" Poonle went from parish to parish o soulinj. as they oalled II, that Is, begklng In a kind of ohant for soul oakes, or anything to in ike them merry on this eve. Essentially oonnooted with all these oustom are thoso bettor known ones which Burns has so well and so faithfully described In his peem of Halloween. J.an I'll In twa wl1 tentlo ec, Wha 'twas ihe wadna tell, But this Is Ji ck and thli Is m, She says Into hersel'; He b.eetod owre her, and she owre him, A ihey wad ne'er mlr part, Till fuITI ne started up the lum, And Jean hid e'eu tiir h'art To see't that night. Nuts, besides being thus used for divination, are crackod and eaten, and hence, In tho north of England, AH Hallow Evo Is often oalled A'ul crack Night. Apples are also extensively eaten, tMd nimunmnt nt fruit havlnc: nrobahlv some reforenoe to the heather, charaotor of the day, as that or thanksgiving rortne proauco oi uie aiann tha fortnn telllnc customs desorlbed by Burns, besides the above are for tho girls to pull stalks from a oorn-stallc, and ascertalii.lrom tho presence or absenoe of the top pickle, an Interesting point In their moral history for a sntitartr 'amain to co to a kiln, and throwing a blue clue Into the pot to wind It, expecting that era finished It will oe neia duos, wnen, oy id nuirim' who holds, a rcsuonse will ba obtalnod dlsoloslng the name or the future husband to eat an npple at a looking-glass, expecting to see a vision ot the future husband peeping ovor the shoulilor to sow liomp seea in uie yarn, say ing, " Hemp soed,1 s.iw thee, hemp seed, Isaw thee, and her that Is to be my true love oome after me and draw thee," expeotlng that, on looking over the ahouldor, a vision will be ob tulncdof the future spouse In the act of pulling growrl hemp to win three weohta o' naetblng In tho baru, expeotlng to see a like vision to fathom a barley staok thrice, expecting at last n afflhnita vrnur mistress to dlnashlrt sloeve In a rivulet at the meeting point of the lands of three proprietors, ana men nargit oyiue ure tn iirr. triistlnf to see nuoh a visionary person come In ani turn the other side to pull sulks of dece.eed oabbages, blindfolded, without choice, and augur, from their stralghtnes or crookedness, the figure of tbo futuro spouse, r-nn. tnt. Aut-rn urninn (innra u lull iuui. luo fortune she will bring, and from the taste of the heart, her temper Anally, to set threo dishes on the door, one empty, one with oloan, and one with foul water, and oause the oompany to Bpproaoh them blindfolded and dip In a hand; when he wh' dips In the empty one is expected to remain unmarried, he who dips in tbe foul one to ratrry to a widow, and he who dips in tho clean one to marry a fem.ilo not hitherto married. The whole of these rites are as familiar io the Welch, Irish, and Northumbrian, as to the Ayrshire peasantry. Many of them are also praotlsed In Englandon St. John's Eve, t. uo.,1 nf Jtinn. Young Amerioa, however, has Invented a way or Its own ror mo ooservance ui ah uaiiuw iiio, u nrnminunt feature of which Is to go round from house to house, and pelt with oabbages, turnips, Ac, the luckless servant who may chance to come to the door. . In tho Catbollo ohurones oi miscuy, to mor row, there win be services as on Buiday; and in 8t. Aloyslus ohuroh.oorner of II and North Capitol streets, thero will be a solemn requiem sung by tho choir at 71 P. M. Mad.im Ceollla Young Is again tbo prima donna In this choir. Saturday, tho 2d ot November, is All Soul's Pay, when tbo C.ithollo ohurohes ofTor prayers for all the faithful departed: and at lojo'olook, on that day, a solomii requiem mass, with lm nnoinir itaramAnlfli. in to bo offered In Mount Olivet Cemetery, for the'repose of the souls of all therein imerrca. , , i Funeral ot Sergeant Drsnnun, ti.o rn.ini-ii nf Rnrcnant Brannan. who was brutally murdered by Linahan on Monday night, near Forrest Hall, Georgetown, took Elace from tho quarters of tho company, in the ..11 .,atarAnv mnmintr. The funeral was at- .ana..,i h tim mnmtmrfl nf cftmnanv A. Socond Inrantry, of whloh he was h member, and most of the military quartered In Georgetown, as woll as a largo oonoourae of citizens, who ac companied tho remains to the Oatholio Church, near the College when tho servloos wore con ducted by the Rev. Fathor Ashwaden, after i.i-L . ...,.... ...a .. Inln.uil lulll, mllltU1l- honors. The coffin was morally ooorod with be mil fill boquets and wreaths by tbe ladles of Georgetown. A. Stabbing Jse. An Blteroatlon occurred near the Navy Yard Baptist Church.on Tuesiay night, betwpen two 'mon named William Colquhon and William Venablo. During tho alteroatlon.a knife was drawn by Colquhon, who stabbed Venable In the left side, inflicting a painful, though not dangerous, wound. Vonable was at once con voked to his residence near by, whero he Is doing well under tlio skillful treatment nf the physicians. The polloe of the firth ward ar rested Colquhon, and took him beforp Justice MoKenna, who committed him to jail to answer i.. .i.J ir nn msuilt and bavtory with in tent to kill. Coleuhnn Is a man some soventy yoars of ago, wbllo tno omer is nui ovor u..,. Another Wuslilngton Company. A oorapany, composed mostly of young men recruited In the eastern section of the cit; was ' last week mustormi into service, In Baltimore, ... .... i rri.1,.,1 xttivvlunit rnlrtmont. C01. J. 0. MoConneli Most of tho members of this company served through the late three months campaign with credit, and will no doubt prove are attKchet. to. flio officers are Captain Ver guson tit nl Lieutenants Allen and Farrull. Olr.... C.rTh;tn?.. Against G.n. gy TELECrRAPH. On the opnlng nf this court, yesterday morn- . Ing, there was qiilto a largo crowd of speota- -Ein. or,nrnl RnnVa' Tlitrininn tors, who were ualhored to hear thn decision J5 rOm UenOrai iJaiLKB U1V1810I1. of the umirt In txn matter of tho rulo against the Provost Marshal. 1 he presiding Judge, Hon. James Dunlop, an nounrcd tho foil iwlug decision In tho matter) " Tho retnrn msde by Deputy Marshal Phil lips, the 20lh orootnber, 1801, wo will order to be filed, though we do not doubt our power to regard it lis Insufficient In laic, and to proceed against the officer who has mado It. The existing oondltton of tho country makes It plain that that offloer Is pnworless against the vast military force of tho Exooutlvo, sub ject to his will and Ordor, as oommander-ln ohlef or the army and navy of the United States. Assuming the rerffy of the refurn, whloh has been mado on oath, tno oxso presented is with out parallel In tbe judicial history of tho Unl tod States, and Involves the froe action and offlolenoy rf thejudges of this court. The President, oharged by the Constitution to take oaro that the I ws be oxecuted, has aeen fit to arrest the process of this court, and to forbid the deputy marshal to oxecute it. It does not Involve merely tho question on tho power of tho Eiecutlvo In tbo civil war, and to suspend tbo great writ of freedom tho habeas corpus. When this rule was ordered, to giro effloaoy to that writ, no notice had boen given by the President, to tho courts or the country, of suoh suspension here, cow first announced to us, and it will hardly bo maintained that the suspen sion could be retrosneottve. The ruin In this oaso. therefore, whatover may bo the President's power over the writ of naoeas corpus, was lawiui- oraerea, as wen aa inn writ on wnion it was luumieu Tho facts on which the rule was ordered by this court are assumed to bo truo as respects the President because tho President bad them before him and has not denied them, but for bade the deputy marshal to serve the rule on uenerai Andrew roner. Tho President, we think, assumes tho resDOn slblllty of tho acts of General Porter, set forth In tho rulo, and sanctlonod them by his order to Deputy Marshal Vi 1 lips not to Berve tho procoss on mo provost rnarsnai. The issuo ought to be and is with tho Presi dent, and wo have no physical power to en force the lawful process of this oourt on his military subordinates against the President's prohibition. We havo exhaustod overy prac tical remedy to uphold the lawful authority of this court. It la ordered this 30th day of November, 18S1, that this opinion of the court be Olod by the olerk, and made part of tho reoord, as exnlaln lng the grounds on which we hive now declined to ordor any further proceedings In this oaso." Judge Morsoll then read tbe lollowlog pro test: , "As a member of this oourt, and on its be hair. I wish It understood that notwithstanding tho blow lovelled at this oourt, I do distinctly assert the following principles: First. That the law in lu counlri knows no superior. nnntind. That the sunremaov of the civil authority over the military oannot be denied; that It has been established by the ablest Jurists, and, I bollere, recognised and re speotod by the groat Father or the Country durloir the revolutionary war. Third. That this court ought to bo respected by every one aa tho gu irdlan of tho personal liberty of tho citizen In givlug ready and effec tual aid by that most valuable meaus the writ or naoeas corpus. I.thorefore, rospeotfully protest against the right claimed to Interrupt the proceedings In this case. Tho opinion of Judgo Mor.ell was also or Hnrnd ti ha recorded. The oourt then prooeeded with Us ordinary business, and tho following casos wero tried: Uackall us. Iteoslde; uensnawvs.ueizei; unesi nut and Townsend . Wlllard; aud Berry vs. Abbott. Samuel F. Glenn, Esq., of Louisiana, was, on motion of the Dlstriot Attorney, admitted au attorney of the court. iii A Grand Union Barbecue In Prince Accident. About five o'olook yesterday aftornoon, Levi Davis, the quartermaster of the Forty-flfih Pennsylvania regiment, had his leg broken at tho corner of Pnnsjlvauta avenue and Four and u-half street, under the following clroum. stancosi A irlend or his, In a playful man nor, had taken from him a pistol belonging : ' iA..,Anun, nf thn rflir mont. and Davis, in uratiliig him to regain it, fell In the street, I he. a Uuvornraent wagon whloh was passing "..L1. .!.,, mmi- his rliiht ea. breaking It Hi uia i ", .--- . -1ji,i,uVnn m meU Htreetl rmaryTwbere hl.Tries were Ula Injuries were properly dressed, and ho Is now doing well. Another. . ... ii... -ti Ti.narrun nf Cant. Knight's company, District volunteers, was aooldentally ..... .fc.u'..u .i. ai.nui.lAr Mhnnt five tt'cloot last evening, by the dlsoharge of a comrade s mu-ket, whloh fell from against a tree, whore it had been carelessly plaoed. He was lit onoo taken to tbeColloge Hospital, whero his wound vGcorge's County, Maryland One or the largest aud most enthusiastic gathorlngs of the kind which have ever taken place in that vicinity, onme off on Tuesday last in tho Bladensburg district. Virginia, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Ohio, were represented, as well as Maryland. Tho meeting, whloh was a very largo one, was ltai tn nrder at 12 o'clock Dr. Joseph J. Du- vail, President : Mr. Dorset, Vice President; Shelly Clarke, Eaq., Seoretary. Dr. John II Bayne, the Union candidate lor State Senate, flrjt uridmnapd thn tneetlnz. He was followed by Mr. Bradford, the Union candidate for Governor. He la decidedly one of the best atump apeakera in uaryiana. tie lout uie ground that thero waa no use in trying to bide tne lact; more waa omjr iwi, pitmen m iug oountry tho Union party and the Rebels. Any party that was not for tno Union was against It, and was not to bo trusted. ... He was followed by General Carrington.of this place, who made the knees of the so oalled Peace party smite together like Belshazzar's when he aaw tho handwriting on tho wall. The oandidatea of the Peaoe party were oalled on tn take the aland several times, but they refused, with the oxoeption of Mr. Marbery, who Is candidate for tbe Legislature He got on the stand, and In a tremendous volco said he wanted peaoe, but bo could not tell how he wished or expected to got It. J. B. Brook, the candidate for clerk, and Col. Odon Bowen, the oandlda'e for tho Benate on ihn side of the so-oalrtd Peace party, and tho grott boll-weathors of tbe Secession party, were airaia tu uppoir hiiu mi wn uumi mA nf xr urvl.mri ltnnw their true nrlnclnles. Be assured Prince George will be true to tho Constitution and mo union on tuo urni ncuuoa day lu November. Klcctlon of OUlcera. it ivia annual mAAtlnff of the Library Assu- olatlon, I. 0.0. F., held on Monday evening, the following offlcora woro oloctod fur tho en- 8UF.8D?1iiuart, President; It. F. Hunt, Vice Prosldent; Thomas Rich, Secretary; John T. Bangs, Treasurer. Dlrectors-SamulE.Doug-lassf Wm. B. McLean, Hugh F. Divine, Byron A. Kidder, and John F. Havenner. Though the library has boen In operation but little over a year, there are already 2,295 books in it, Inoludlng many of the best over published. J Pardoned by the President 1 1. J TTI11 In vn .nkn IV.I AAnvlAtlld fit ttlA Ivunriea uo iiioib.yiu "-. -..-- --- March term or the criminal oourt, rr obtaining goods under ralso preiencen.anu wuu unu u. ...AnAAa ..niniitiAn months' fmnrlsonmont In tho Pcnltontlary, was pardoned by the Presi dent, on Monday last, on oondltionthat he lotvo tho District within thirty days, and not roturn within flyo yoars irom mat uaio. . i , Deaths of Holdlers. Tho following aoldlora died yesterday : Daniel Losoh, oompany I, Forty-seventh Penn si ivanla, at Camp Griffin.'' B. F. Haskell, company D, First Pennsylvania RiOes, at the Seminary. ' , Corporal Charles Monroo, company E, Twen-ty-thlrd New York, at the Columbian College. III. I. Vranklln, n.i.i.. i, ihA PrAslilent and to the military staffs keops constantly on hand the best as Sortmenl i ot first-class field and Naval Glasses, ba1IIiii them at the owosi tasieru pi uc.. .. proved Pebble and Periscoplo Spectacles are suited bv htm correctly for overy eyesight. HI caLuSlehme.it la .H'l'onnaylvanla avenue between Twelfth and Thirteenth .tieela. ootlB eodlm . cry I... stiii, 1 1.. r l , , Ana su we oau utsr , -- '",. ",:,,Riwir Uut, for my prt. I m UreJ e! the old ftoryof wr Uut oil I itri Drown, luve you heard the very latest niwir No. Wily. SMITH, No 400 aeve.. .th Edtnaris's Ferry, Oot. 20. All remalnod quiet during ihe night. No pickets were thrown over tho rlvor, hut those on this side heard the Confederates on tho opposite side nil night, and aaw their fires thickly scattered In tho woods along the shnro. Their centralizing point waa a clump of troea on tbe bluff whero nur troops had constructed a plokot atatlon, and near tho spot whero our nrtillory ahelled them during the skirmish mi Tuesday last. When our troops were withdrawn from the Virginia sido, on Wednesday night, tho Six teenth Indiana, oooupylng the most advanced and oxposod position, wero not awaro of any withdrawal until the rest had been successfully ferried over. They lay upon the oold ground, almost frozen, with lauded muskets 'n their hands, every moment expoctlng a furious and overpowering assault from a concealed and rolnforcedenemy, wh"Be numbers wero known to oxoeed our own by many thousands; yet tho only murmurs uttered by these hardy sons of tho Northwest were at the orders to retire without disputing tho ground Inch by Inoh with their adversaries. Slowly and mutter Ingly they retired tn the plaoe of embarkation, ploklng up and loading themselves down with the knapsacks, canteens, guns and equipments left there by others who had rotired bofore them. This regiment, likewise, brought with them two prisoners; tbe owner of the mill on Goose Creek, with his son. who. It waa chars ed. had prepared combustibles to flro tho bridge over (loose Creek, but woro prevented from carry ing their plan into execution by the sudden descent upon the bridge by our skirmishers. Tho offloer of tbe night, Capt. Collls, of the Z luaves D'Afrique, had a prolonged conversa Hon with a prisoner of war, a vory Intelligent gentleman and non-commissioned officer of one nf tho Mississippi regiments, engaged in tho nffilr of Ball's Bluff, lie left Leosbure on Sun. day nluht. when there wore but five reelments there. Tbere were no dofonsiblo works, at Leesburg, but every approaoh waa fortified, cannonading tho river and land routes. This Drlsonor waa astonished to learn that our army was not almost entirely composed of Aooiiuonisis ana raaicai nopuDiicans, ana mat our main object was other than to emancipate slavery throughout the South. Uo said If the faot were generally known to the working poople of the South that our sole objeot waa to sustain tbo Government and preserve ties Union Intaot, there woul I be a revolution In tbe Confederate army and neaco restored. He was surprised beyond measure to be assured that Breckinridge Demoorata constltued a large component of the army. Captain Vaughan, or the Rhode Island bat tery, who went over with a flag or truce, has returned. He was captured by a party who did not understand the law or nations, but was released by the military authorities when the fact booame kniwn to thorn. Darncslovm. Outober 27. 1801. Threo brlz- .idea of General Banka's division left Edwards's Ferrv vesterday forenoon. andarrlved In this vi- olnlty last night. A sufficient force remains at and near tbe Forry to Insure safety against any ittompt of the Confederates to oross or molest ns. Before leaving, yesterday forenoon, tho Con federate pickets thickly lined the opposite shore, aud taunted our mon with their " at tempt to invade Virginia," and begging them to oome over and pay them another visit. The division will remain horo over tbe Bab batb. Of Its future movements, nothing la known excejit to the Staff. Latest from I ui'treis Monroe. SAILING OP THE QREA X KXFXOmoN K SPLEN DID SPECTACLE. Baltimore, Oot. 30. Tho Old Point boat ar rived this morning, bringing the following newa: fortress Monroe, Oot. 20 Tbe great fleet sailed thla morning. The Wabssb taking tbe load. At daylight, when a gun was fired as a signal, and the Cahawba bringing up the rear, tne vessels, houui uur in nuiDuir, miiutm iu n lino a fow miles down Hampton Roads, and went out between tno canes in spionaia atyie. Tho D.iltlo had the Ocean Express in tow. The Vanderbllt had the Groat KepubHo In tow, and the Illinois had tbo Golden Eagle in tow. Thn mornlnz was beautiful, and the soason and scene the finest of tho kind over witnessed on this continent. Tbere Is no other news of Importance at Old Point. SICK AND WOtmOBO aOLDIKIM. I'oMmhed tn conformity With the resolution ol the Senate of Jnly lHj 1861, Al dentral Hospital on JC street, bttwetn Fbwrlh and tyui streets, Washington, Vcu zo. lit Kxoeblor Brigade. 1 ?d NewITampirura vol 2 3d do 1 8d do da....... 1 ltth N. Y. Volunteers. 1 lit Mich. Volunteers.. 2 S2d do do 2 2.1 do do 1 Mthdo ' do 2 3d do do 1 9'thdo do 1 Ith do do 8 86th do do 1 8tockkm' Michigan 3d do do 2 Initeptotlent vol.... 4 4-thdo do 1 -thWlMonjln 1 lit Man. Volunteers.. 1 lit Rhode Iilsnd vol 1 loth do do 8 4th do do.. J 18th do do 1 tth do do.. 1 lvthdo do 1 lit German Artillery 2d VL Volunteers 2 N. Y. Volnoteen.... S 4th do do 2 lit Kentucky Cavalry, 1 6thdo do 1 IstN.Y. Cavalry..... 2 lit 1'ena. Volunteer!.. T lit Penn. Independent eth do do 1 Rlflw........ 1 8th do do 8 litN. J. Cavalry. ..(b) 1 3d do do 1 4th Penn. Cavalry . . . . 2 .Cthdo do 1 loth Indians Toll'...,. 8 97th do do 1 Cameron Dragoons... 1 aotttdo do 1 2d U. S. CsvaTiy 1 Slit do do l nh do do......(o) 1 Uith do do l lit California Urlfide 1 8th N. J. Volunteer.. 1 4th Me. VolnnUen(a) l Total 80 (a) One ofloer. (b) One offloer. (o) One offloer. Al Seminary Hospital, Georgetown, Oct. 25. 2d U.S. Infmtry 8 8th do Cavalry 1 2d Maine Vohrauen.. 2 eth do do 1 Id Vermont vols 1 sd do do 12 gthMam. do 1 19th do do 1 ltth New York Vols.. 8 do do do do do do do Uatibildl Guardi Mozart Regiment..., 1 ammanv Uealment, Excelsior Brigade a litN. J. vols 1 3d Penn. Volunteers. 1 31st iltb loth 33d 35th 38th 79th do (a) do.... do.... do.... do.... do.... do.... eth Penn. volunteers. 7 10th do do 1 soth do do 1 88d do do 7 42d do do 8 1st do ArtlUery.. 4 lit Penn. Rifles....... t 4th Penn. Cavalry.... 3d do do...... 8 loth Indiana veil. ,(b) 8 1st Mich. Volunteer... 2 M do do.. (c)13 4th do - do.. .(d) 8 eth do do...... 2 Stockton's mob. Inde pendent vols l 2d Wisconsin rots, fe) 8 6th do do..... 5 sth do do 4 Teamiten, Q. M. D... 8 Total., .120 (a) one officer, (b) One officer, (o) Two ofSoers (d) Two officers, (ej One offloer. At. General Hospital, Union Hotel, corner oj Bridge and Washington streets, Georgetown, Oct. -a. lit Long Iilsnd Vols, va Si. x. voiumecn. 11th do ltth do 7th do IStu do loth do 23d do Sth do 33d do 85th do 40th do 43d do 60th do 70th do 1 2 do 2 do e do.. do do , do , do , do do , do , vols... do aa., 3d Penn. Volunteers. 2 eth do do 6 tth do do 1 8ih do do 8 ltth do do 2 12ih do do I 27th do do t 85th do do 1 47ih do do 2 l.t do Artillery... 6 6th U.S. Artillery.... 1 2d Cameras Dragoons. 6 3d do do.... 1 Kentucky Cavalry.... 3 1st N. J. CTlrr 1 Sd Maine Volunteers.. 4 eth do do 3 tn do do 1 3d N. U. Volunteers.. 1 2dVermont do 7 Sd do do 8 sth R. I. Volunteers.. T maiicnigan do 1 2d do do 24 3d do do 4 4th do do 6 m Wisconsin do 6 6th do da 9 lstCallfornU do 10 Sd do do 2 1st Minnesotado 1 (th N.J. Volunteers., 1 lsi hxoelsior Drinade. l 2d do do.... 1 Onilda County Cav'ry 1 Pmjvmiu's aucn. soae- prndent vols 1 HOtt's Battery 1 Baxter's Fire Zouaves 1 Tsamiter 1 LATEST BTTELEaRA?H. ' LAIIST rjtOV BUROPK. Halifax, Oot. 30. Tbe steamship Europa haa arrlfod, bringing nearly olght thousand pounds sterling. ' Cotton had advanced d, to Id., and was still advancing. Consols 02, to M. Tho Parts correspondent of the London Times writes that the dlsousslona aa to the lino of BCllcy by Franco and England on the American Suestlon Is again renewed, and that possibly Information brougbt'over by Prlnco Napoleon may have oontnoutea to make the Emperor more Inclined to listen to proposals which might be made In tbls respect by England. Dr. Russell's letter alludes to the great naval expedition, and says that tbe Govornment of the United States Is determined to open tbe ootton ports. He does not believe In the oaths of Soul! era- ers never to give a bale of cotton to tho Yan kees, but thinks that the temptation of high prices prevailing will attract large supplies of ootton to port for exportation, and that thus a Government monopoly may be croated In cot ton, and that a strong protectionist Govern ment will scarcely fail to put on a sorew with foreign oustomers, and thinks that the large ports of the South are tolerably safe. i i FROM NEW MEXICO. Kansas City, Oot. 30. The Santa Fe mall has arrived, and brings tbe following Intelligence : A company of Texas rebels were routed, not long since, by a oompany or dragoons from Fort Craig. Tbo captain and ten men were killed and thirty wounded. The remainder of them escaped toMesllla. The dragoons from Fort Wise were pursuing a parly of rebels who had been encamped on tho Arkansas river. Tho New Mexican volunteers were ready for aervloe. There Is a report that troops from the West are approaching. They are supposed to be California volunteer. FROM KENTUCKY. Louisville, October 39. Col. Thomas' official account of the Wild Oat affair, says the oppos ing forces wero nearly equal In number, and that the Union forces repulsed tbe enemy with great loss to the rebels and but llttlo to tbe Unionists. Total. .183 At HospUol at Columbian College, Washington, Oct. 25. Late from Havana. THE REBEL MINISTERS TO EUROPE, MESSRS. SLIDELL AND MA80N, LAND AT .CARDENAS THEY ARE RECEIVED WITH DISTINGUISHED CONSIDERATION. New York, Oot. 30. Advices from Havana to the 25lb Inst., state that the robel steamer Thnndnra left Havana on tho 23d for Charleston, with arms, provisions, coffee, and twenty pas seniors, Inoludlng Mr. Meade, the lute minister to llrazil. Thn Theodora landed Messrs. Mason and 811 dell at Cardouas, and they came overland to Havana. Thnv were Dresented br tho Encllah consul to the Captain General of Cuba, and were re ceived wltn tne nigiiesi consiaerauon. Tne Amertoan consul at Havana telegraphed to the steam sloop-or-war Ban Jaoinio,ai irim dad on the 24th instant, to proceed to Havana, 4th U. 8. Cavalry 1 id Maine Volant'rs... 3d do do.... 3 6th do do ... 8 9th do do.... 8 loth Mass Volunteers 9 ltth do do 8 loth do do 1 J 1 Vermont Volunteers 1 3d do do 1 1st Long Island Vol... 1 lit zi. x.uavairy l 21 do llth do 18th do 22d do 2nd do 26th do 32d , do- SH do SSth do ."Win do 37th do 43d do 40th do do. do.... do.... do.... do.... do.... do.... do.... do.... do... do.... do.... do. 3d. J. Volunteers.. 2 6tb do do 2 7th do do 2 1st Penn. Artillery..,. 6 3d do Cavalry a 1st do Rifles... 1 Sd do Volunleen.. 4 4th do 8ih do loth Uth Hth 27th I 81st iMU 86 th 2 1 8 1 1 SIctlesUrlgsde.N. Y. 2 TammanyTN. Y.,Vol. 2 Oarthaldl do do. 1 De Kalb do 40. 9 nerdan'aSharpshoot'rs 1 1st U.S. Chasseurs.. 2 Lincoln Cavalry 4 Oneida Cavalry a MoClellan'sDiagootu. 1 l.t N.J. Cavalry 19 2d do Vol 1 do do do do do do do do. do., do., do., do.. PENSION OFFICII., JUNK O, 1MOI. TO ALL Willi IT MA V CONCERN. Application having been made under the aot of 23d Jane, 1800, for the reissue of the land Warnurs de soilbed herein, which are alleged to hare been lost or destroyed, notice Is hereby glreo tha-, at the date following the description or each warrant, a new oertiftoaU of like tenor will be Issued, If no valid b Jectlon should then appear. No. 1,183, for ISO acres, Issued under the act ol March, 1866, in the name ol Benjamin lteliey, and granted on the 27th day ofJuue 1S&8. No. 832, for 80 acres, lethed under the act of March. 1866, in the name of lienben 'Woodruff, aud granted on the Oth day of May, 1866. no cos. iorioumcrvn.fcwuca under in ootui aultcu 1866, in the name of Samuel ti. M aterhouse, and gtanted on tha 28d day of May, 1866. No. 2,633, for 80 acres, Issued under the act n Mareh. lBfiA. In the name ol ' ' .11.1 ? ranted on the ftd day of Auuai, ibo November 8.1881. NO 06,100, ror 100 acres, uniea nnaer tne act 01 March, 1866, la the name ol Polly, widow of David Bradbury, and granted on the If th riy of SepUm her, 1180 16th November, 1SC1. No 08,814, for 160 acres, Issued under the aot ol March, 1866, in the name of Guy S Alexander, mi nor child of John C. Alexander, deceased, and granted July 2d, 1880 November 18, 1891. No. 43,842, for 180 acres. Issued under the act oi Mrroh,1866. tn the name of Christian Dougherty, aad granted on the 27th day of September, 1866 Novemberl8,1881. No 41,989, for 160 acres, Issaed under the aot of March. 1866. in tbe name of James lrav. and front ed on the list day or March, lsei November 2J, 1861. bo. 24,930, for 180 acres, named under the aot of March, 1868, la the names or William M , Julius C. A., and John D. 8 Minor, children of Irwin ltagget deceased, and granted on the 24th day of May, 1166 November 20,1801. no 44, sis, ior so acres, issuea nnaer tne act ' ' i "thy AUCTION SALES.,' BVOHKH" ti WILLIAMS. AtsetlsmVon. KXTgXSirB SALE OF tVIiNITUItB, BUTTtR? LIQUORS, Jc.ATAUVHOy. On 8ATC RDAY, the vd November, we will sell, In front or our store, No. 628 rteranth street, at 10 o'clock A.M., A J"?. "4 ""'lent ascortmcat of Household Furniture r Gln' flrkln,of natti casks of Una Holland n'I5j.lI.rR,otofo,h,r "felts, which we deem unnecessary to enumerate , .,, OKERN (k WILLIAMS, oot 3I-U aiar Auctioneers. JgY J.O. MCUUUUB CO., Atlosi..ra. TRCSTXPS SALK OP IMPROTXD PROPBRTT ny virtue of a deed of trust from OamalUl Beliv and wife, dated February 22d, 1869, and reeordon li liber J. A. 8 . Nn. 109, tollos 368. o , I shall sell aa trustee, on TIIUKSOAY, Anguet (9th, at I o'clock, P. M., In front of tbe premlos, at public auotlon! o the higcest bidder, all that piece of ground In the cltr or washlnaton known as tha rstrn half of lot marked Are, (6,) In squire numbered Ave hundred and thirty three, (833.) In tbe plat of said rity, the same having a front of twenty-eight (28) cci mv (, luvnca uu j iimi nuns, ana a one three story brick dwelling and brick stable thereon. Terms: One third cash; Ihe balanoe In equal la--Ulments, at six and twelve months, secured by leed of trust on the premises. If tha terms of sale are not complied with within fire days thereafter, the trustee reserves the right to resell at the risk and cost of the defaulting purchaser , All oonveyanoing at the coit of the purchaser, M. BLsUB, Trustee. JA8. C. MoUUIBE, Anotloneer. auge dU sO-riie above aale la unavoidably past- uoned, on account of the rain, until TUUltSDAY -lext, September 8Hi, same hour and pltce M. BLAIR, Trustee. JAS. O. McOUIKE CO., aug30 dts Auctioneers. jTsrThe ahovs aale la ftarther postponed n til TnCBSDAY, October 31. at the lamehour nd place. it. BLaIR, Trustee. JAS C. McQUIBk. a CW , sep 7 lawtds Auctioneer). The above aalr l further postponed iuui MONDAY, Ojtober 2bth, same hour and plaoe. OCt 2128 -.t M. BLAIR. Traitae. JAS. C. McOUIBE CO , Auction aers. B Kf The above aale Is still further post. zoned until MONDAY, Nov. llth, same hour and lace. M. I) t, A I K, Trustee. JAS. C McOUIBB A CO , eet 28 5t Auet'oneera Y J. C. McOUIllK U CO., Auctioneers. DUTCH nULBOUS HOOTS ATA VCTtOlT On THURSDAY AFTHKNOON, October 31st, it 4; o cluck, at the Aucion Uooos, we shall sell, o lots to suit lwo caaes superior Dutch Bulbous Boots, from the celebrated Nursery of Van Der Bchocts k -on, llaarlen, and comprhlog Doub'a and Mingle Hyacinths, Tulips, Crocus, Narcissus, Iris, o , Ac Terms cash. JAS. C. McOUIRF, at CO., oct 29 d AuotlOQecn do.... 1 do..,. 6 do.. ..11 do.... 1 l.U Ol., V. W Ml, UWUVU UUUH U1B Hi, March, 1866. in the name of Getty, widow of Tboma. Elwood, S3. 1881. O V ailKKN k WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. JT1SXSI VE SALE OF SECOND-HAND JEWELRY. Secord hand Gold and Sliver WATCHES, Guard, Vet and Fob Chains, Breast fins. Finger and Kar U js,. Marine and Opera Glasses, Fancy Work and ot r Boxes, Guns and Pistols, Silier plated ware, Fauoy artioles, and a large lot of other artiolee we leem unnecessary to enumerate. On MONDAY, the 4th or November, we shall sell at our Auction eltore, No 620 eleventh street, eom mei cing at 10 o'clock, and continue from day to Jay until all U sold, a very extensive assortment of the above mentioned and other goods, sold on ae i unt of whom It may conoern. Terms cash, In sneoie. GREEN & WILLIAMS, oct 29 ltd Star Auctioneers. Y J. C. JlcGUItltC dt vo., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALK Or VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. B 1867 November Gain's Perm. Rifles. 1st Michigan Cavalry. 1 1st do Vols.... 2 2d do do 8 4th do do 2 7th do do 1 8th do do .(a)13 Stockton's Mich. Vols. 6 6th Wisconsin Vols.... 2 6th do do 6 7th do do 3 1st Minnesota do 2 Sth Illinois Cavalry... 2 Sturgla Illinois nines. 1 19th Indiana Vol 12 27th do do 1 litCaltforula do 2 lit D.O. Volunteers.. 2 ToUl., .231 (a) One offloer. street has just reoelved stock of FALL CLOTHING of every desoriptlon, and he offers to sell tlwni at such low prices They say ho has a knack oi selling mi gooas at lower r .-. other stores, flow he does it, I do not know Uut, for my part, I can assure you, Mrs Ilronn, that ne oau nl out your boys with nloeCLOTIUNll afro markably low prion I advise all to call at bMllll'H, No 460 Seventh street, oppo.lte Post Oliice, and look at his New Stock, and they will bo oonvluced that nat Mrs. Jones said, is so aug U)-iu GIIKAT IllISIl TO SMITH, No. 460 Seventh street, to eeehis new Hock ; ol Fall From Callfoinin. RECEPTION OF THE NEWS Ot THE DEATH OP OEN. RAKER HIS PROBABLE SUCCESSOR. Sdn Francisco, Oot. 277 o'clock, P. M. The announcement of tbo completion of tho over land telegraph at 7 o'clock last evening, sent a thrill nf inv throughout tho communltv. Preparations for firing salutes and other demonstrations in nonor 01 tno event weru iu readiness when the second through mspaion from the B istannounced the death of Col. I) iker. whom almost every oltlzen here rega&ded ns a personal friend, and tho universal Joy was thus ohsnged to sorrow, and the celebration postponed. The friends of ox-Senator Gwin say he departed for Europe In the British steamor Asplnwall, and exneols to meet his family at ivannatl, wuu win nuuuuiiiatiy uiiu lueuuu. Politicians, well informed In Oregon matters, express the opinion that the Governor will appoint Benjamin Starko, of Portland, to suo coed Colonel Baker In tho Senate, His sym pathies are said to be with the secession move ment. Gen. Lane is alvertlsed to run, without, however, muoh hoio of success. Tho San Francisco Woolen Faotory, valued at $00,000, was burned yesterday. The prop erty la lnsurud to tho extent of 810,000, in the following companion: Hamburg Company 810, 000; London unci Liverpool Company, 810,000; lima. 17.000: Connecticut. 813.000. TUO u. a. muHmer oarinao leaves una port to day for a cruise in the neighboring watois. IMPORTANT 1K0M JiraN TUB UD8SIAN3 IN F03 SESSION OF TUB KEY TO TUB SEA OY JAPAN. The ship Chase arrived yestorday from Cal cutta, via Ilagdai, on tile )Gth of September, bringing Intelligent tint tho Iluvsians had taken possession ot the Inland of Ixas Slnta, afior a short engagontir.t with tho Japanese Tho island is about 3 miles long and IS miles wldo, lying midway h tbe StrMts of Corea, and forming tho key to thOfiaof Japan. FROM Tilt SOUTH, louimlte, Ootober W.-TheLouisvillo Cour ier, now published "1 .Vashvllle and Issued rrou Bowling Gioon.llus the rollowlng dis patch: . i iiiihmond, Ootober ,Tho traok of tho Orange and Alexandria Vtiroad im8 hoen torn up from Fairfax Station Vttim.isaas. Breckinridge, Preston, ..nuin)hroy Mar shall arrived at Hiohmond n he 21at. They woro received with great oorjititj.alld enthu Gen. John Grayson, command. tna Florida forces, illod at Tallabnssoe. .. J...T.,. KfrtOrn. nf LOlliSlana. la lcaa.l an order, requiring nil pawns loavl Now 0r leans and Jefferson Point cm steV, Mempnia, iu umi i.o - ixuuuuvu oBlce. , , , THE BLOCKADE OF SAVANNAH CAPT, of A REBEL SCUOONBB. ....,.. o.mk.rM A nrlvato lettoi,,.... ihii the sloop-of-war Dale captured a ! ailen with rice, while endoavoriug to r tll6 blockade ofSavannau ior w. At General Hospital, (Circle,) Washington, Oct 25. 2d U S. Cavalry..., 6th do do 1st do Artillery., in ao no., 3d do do., 4th do do., 6th do de., lit Infantry 2 2dU. S. Infantry 1 3d do do 8 8th do do 1 4th MoCall's division.. 1 27th Penn. Volunteers 1 Quirtermaiter's Dep't 1 Total. .42 Sick remaining in the Hospital for Eruptive Diseases, at Katorama, Oct. 21. Sth Maine vols 1 31st New York vols... 1 31th do do.... 1 46tn do do.... I 3d Excelsior Brigade. 1 1st German Blues 1 U S. Chasseurs 1 Harris Light Cavalry. 1 IstN. J. Cavalry 0 1st Pennsylvania volt . 1 8th do do . 1 30th do do.. 1 47th Penn vols,..,, McKnlght's Pa Vol sd Mlohlgan vols... sth do do.. . 1st do Cavalry. .17 oin nisconsia vuu-. 7Ui do d.o 19th Indiana vols.. 1st Minnesota vols., 8dU. d. Infintty.. Total., ,8 At General Hospital, Alexandria, Oct. 25. 2dU. 8. Artlllerv.... nth New York Vol., do do do do do do do do do do do do 31 Maine Volunteers 4th do do.... 6th do do.... ll,th I7th I Sth 2Mb aetia 27 th aiit 39,1 J7th SHth 40th 79th do ...23 do. ...12 do.... 3 do.... 7 do ... 6 do. ...10 do.... 8 do. ...12 do.... a do.,.. 1 do.. ..10 do.... 1 12 .11 82d Pa. Volunteers... 3 3d do Cavalry 8 46ihdo Volunteers. .. 0 2d Mich. do.. ..(a) 12 6th do do 6 Lincoln Cavalry 4 isi new uersev vol.. i 6th do do.. 1 d Vermont Vol 1 Cameron Blftes 3 3d Mlcbhrau Vol 1 1st Minnesota Vol 1 ClstPenn Vol 2 Quartvrmiuter'K Dep't 1 Teamster 1 Total., .184 (a) One offloer. March, 1866. In tbe name of Getty, Eiwood, ana granted January 19, 1, IBOl. 1.. I,,. A ., .nana l..a .... ... - ... a .ig tai.u,iui .uu w,iip. uuni uuuer uiv kui ui March, 1866, in the same of Alexander McCulIough, anu granted on we eiaoa j oi .January, isos novem tier a, .gu.. No 67,603, for 180 Acres, Issued under the act ol March, 1886, In the name ef Hannah, widow of or James Wilson, and granted on the 20th day ol Kebrusxr. 1857 December 80. 1861- No 8,669. for 180 acres, Issued under the act ofej aiarcn, isoe, iu ine name oi Ai-xauaer dicyuain, and granted on the 12th day of Octooer, 1865 No vember 30. 1861. No 0,769, for 120 acres, Issued under the act el March, 1855, in the name of Daniel West, and grant ed on tha llth day of July, 1865 7th December, 1861. No 64,360, Iter 120 acres, Issued under the aetol March, 1866, In the name of. Martha, widow of An drew Mellon, and granted on the 15th day of April, 1866 December 91, 1861. No. 8,302. for loo acres, Issued under the act ot March, 1866, in the name of Samuel K Jack way, and granted on the 1st day or Aaguit, 1665. No 8,104, for 1C0 aoree, Issued under the aot ol March, 1866, In the name of William II. Tarracce, and granted on the 13th day of July, 1865 Decern ber 21.1861. No 14,045, for 80 acres, Issued under the aet of September, I860, In the name ot Levi Treadwell, and granted September 29, 1861 No, 81.0o8, lor 40 acres, lfiued under the tame aot In the name of Abel Platts, and granted Novembei 28. 1851 December 23, lSef. No 69 238, lor 100 acres, Issued under the act ol March, 1655, in the name of Beth Love, and granted on the 23d day of June, 1867 December 28, DS1. No 79,310 for 160 acres, (aot 1847) In favor el El eanor Bryant, formerly widow, and Lawrenci Sloan, only lurvlviiig child, heirs at law of Miobael or Mltchcl bloan deceased, late a private ol com piny " C," eleventh United States Infantry, January 4, 1862. No 79. 624. for leo acres. Issued under the aot oi March, 1855, In the name of Thomas Johnson, anil I granted on the 9th day of September, 1857 Janu I arr 4,1002 No. 42 216, for 80 acres, Issued under the act ol March, 1855, In the name ol Polly, widow of John Camp, and wai granted on the 2Jd day of September, 1(60 January 4, 180.'. Case No 23 420, for 160 acres. Issued under tbe act of March, 1866, lu the usioj of William Boo t,and was granted on the 1st day of May, I860 January 11.1802 No 24 666, fjr 80 aores, Issued under the act of aiarcn, lsaa, iu tne name 01 oimeon teamster, ana was granted March '.Oth, 150 No 83,862. for 160 acres, Issued under the act of March, 185), In the name of Nanoy Johnson, mdow of John Itichards, and was granted August 24ih, U60 I8lh January, 1812 JOSEPH H. BAKKETT, Commissioner, By virtue of a deed of trust, bearing dale on tbe Slit day of January . lsot. and duly recorded In Uber I A. S .No 208.fUoe205and208.onepf the land records for Washington county, In the District of Co lumbia, the subscriber will sell, at public auction, on Thurroay. November 14th, at 10 o'clock A. M , all ina ruruiiura onntaiuca la 1011 targe inree-sioTT brick house situated on tbe southwest corner of I bird and O streets. Washington city A full schedule will be published, In connection with this advertise ment, prior to tne uay 01 saia mra.fl v. RflEWllTAN. Trustee. JAS C MoGUIBK, fc CO , sep Io law Auctioneers. SPECIAL, n6tICK HELMHorjrs nur 11 u fob thebladdeb UELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Kidneys. HELMHOLD'8 11UCIIU lor the Gravel. IIKLMUOLD'S I1UCIIU for Dropsy. HKLMIIOLD'S 11CCIIU for nervousness II ELM HOLD'S IIUC1I U far Loss ol Memory. IIKLMUOLD'S 11UCIIU for Loss of Sight. II KI.MBOLD'M BUCHU for Dimness it Vision. ' IIELMKOLD'S BUCHU lor Difficult Breathing. II ELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Weak Nerves IIKLMUOLD'S HUOilU for Obstructions. 1IELMBOLDS BUCHU for Excesses arising from Indiscretion and ail Diseases ol the SEXUAL OUOANS, Existing In either srx, from whatever cause orig inated, aud nn matter of 110 W LONG STANDING. IIKLMUOLD'S Kirit ACT BUCHU la pleaaant In its lute and odor, and Immediate in lu action. Price II per bottle, or six for 86 DeUvered to any address, acoompanied by reliable certificates Depot. 104 South Tenth Street, Philadelphia, sept 6 3m RAISINS, PRUMCH, DATKS, Ac. 126 boxes Bunch Balslns SO boxes Prunes 80 fraila Dates 25 barrels Dried Applet 6 barrels Cranberries 800 drums 1- Jgs 20 dozen Jars Brandy Peaches 10 casks Currants Just received, and ior sale by Oct 24 eodetlf MUltitAY : SEMME3. BUTTKII, CI1KKHK, Ac. 30 kegs choioe Butter 125 boxes Cheese 3 000 lbs Co.lll.li 2 000 IDs Hake do 200 boxes Scaled Herrings 6u barrels New Mackerel 10 barrels New Pick es Just recehed, and for sale by oct24-iiicOd MURUAY & SEMMES Tk H N T I B T 11 Y. mi. C. A. JOilDrVNTsurgeoH Dentist. No. 450, bth Street, between D and E Operations warranted and prices itasonable. oct 22 2m WANTS. STOIIK WAVTRD, nn or near Penn sylvania avenue, between Willirds' and Clay's Hotels Apply, by litter, to JOHN B PUDNEY, oct 31 U 291 F strett. rill NN Kits WASTED- Ooo.l nanas can una proiuaoie employment at J A nil wllllntr I hands can llnd profitable employment at JAS SKUtVING'S btoie.Urato, ltangelln and bheit UBTALIiIO ARMOR OIL ' AGENCY, PHILHARMONIC HALL, Pennsylvania Avenue, near Eleventh Street. cpt 21 tr Iron Mauulactorv. 207 Pennsylvania avenue. 8. E. corner l.liventh street. Bait, bun oct30 St IMl'OHTANT TO NUTL.KUH, AND ALL WHO DEAL IN FANCY STATIONERY, And Fanoy Artioles Generally! 3VC. XI. XlTJBSBrsXi lias just reoeived a new and complete assortment ot Union i lag Paper and Envelopes, together with an exieu-ire iu, ui ouuvia- supplies, luuiuuiujc vtcrj thing in the stationery Line. Kioh bargains n Pocket Inkslatds, Portfolios, and Memorandum Books, at UUBSELL'S, 626 Seventh St., under Avenuo House, oct 30 3t 2 doors above Penna. avenue. RLCIIICLLION 11KCOHD Prt Sth, With steel portraits of Major General Banks, Oeneral Beauregard, Major General Wool, and Commodore Btrtngham. Price 60 cents Juit received, and for sale by HUDSON TAYLOll, No 831 Pennsylvania avenue, octto 3t bet Ninth aLd Tenth streets. WANTKD. 10,000 lbs. Oltl Iloraa Sliora and Scrap Iron.ln small or large quantities, tor wmenone cent per oounq win ne imin JU OCt 30 2W UN It. ELVANS. Ato Peniisylianla avenue. WANTKD ror the auatlermaitei'i De partment United states Army, 600 Team iters Pay twenty live dollars per month, with cue ration per day Apply at this otuoe, J, J DANA, Capt A Q M , oct 4 lm Corner of 22 J and O sta WAninunn Kit,, viiirsailo leison having cap! al lufflclent to furnish about a dozen teams to visit encampments wUl hear of a PIllLllAllMONIO HALL, sepss tt penn. avenue, near Kleventh st WANTKD To have everybody to mil atHMIllI'8, No 460 Seventh street, opi oslte Post Omoe, and purchase their fall and Winter Clothing, Tiunks, Hats, and Caps, at llwiery loet prices Give him a call. eota Ini Du O.VNKLLY'S UNION IIUU8K AND WINK K O O M a , No. 448 Thirteenth. Street, near Penna. Airuur, WASHINGTON, I) C Choioe Sleeping Apartments, br the Day, W k, or THE OltKAT HUS.1I TO A" "?j caused SMITH toruh North and 'Pl'tV,1B" stock of Kail and Winter Clothing. wWch he osers at remarkable low prices, at s w " " V lm opposite Post Office 00'"n ov.,no,i0-se?.n.r.f;:?,oyif.,0pIof. New York prloes N,,,,,,.. TO CONSIONKK8. The steam ers b OHAJinKKLIN and S. SKYHOOK I.... arrlred irom Phlledeltilila Goods ready for , r HYDE DAVIDSON, , OeuJi-ston, Oct 21, 1861. 67 At 69 Water st. oot 1 DON'T FAIIi TO CAL.I, AT SMITH'S, No. iso seventh street, and bar vour Clothing, t ur nlslilng Hoods, Trunks, lists, and Caps oot im Clethlug,Trunas, uais, mm j. - was rouna not io do oi a seriuua ! .