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NATIONAL REPUBLICAN,
PUBLUMIO DAILY. SUNDAYS IXCIPTtO,
BY W.J. MCHTAOII CO.
nVAIUOK M. WsXITO". kditoh.
Tbe publication cffloa of th Nsnoxii,
EiroLioix It lit ths nortbtsst comer of D Mid
Bf tenth streets, second Boor, orer W. D. Step
fcerd's bookstore. Entrance on Bercnth itreet.
SATURDAT, SEPTEMBER 27, 1862.
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS All transient
edvertlsements mult be paid for In adrasce,
and ebPU'd bo handed In before o'clock, p. m.,
to ensure tbtlr appearance on the following
morning.
NOTICE. Hr. A.H. Henry la agent for tie
national Republican for the route! formerly
erred by A. Elkln and D. B. Van Yleet. Sub
aoribera will please letUe with htm for papers
received since the 1st of August.
N JCW1PAPCR, TIUEVatf
We would solemnly remind those parties who
enter our editorial Hanoivm and arura-we
on use no toiler word oar exchanges, that
thty must ceaso. their depredations.
Unless we pnt our papera under lock and
key, they are InTsrlably atolen, before we get
a chance to look them orer. B nuui and skoU
be afofptt!
THK M1L.ITA11T AND POLITICAL BMJ-
ITIOif.
It la now tba universal opinion that If the
enemy had been attacked on the day following
the battle of Eharpiburg, his army would hare
been annihilated. That waa precisely what he
dreaded. A Willtamtporl correspondent ol the
Philadelphia .Press aaye:
d by I
" By prisoners who have been captured
our scouting- parties, i nun ii ine loaa IE
rebel ranks was terrlblr severe, and that
and Jackson were downcast on Wednesday
orenlog. and eipreaaed their fears that MoClel.
Ian would reopen the battle In the morning.
During tbe night they nerer alept, being
busily cogtged In arranging details, Issuing
Instructions to their generals, and throwing
reinforcements to their weak points. They
were so'engaged that the dead and wounded
on the batUe.fleld were left alene, and with the
exception of a few of&cera and privates, no one
was burled."
Accounts agree that oar soldiers expected
and desired to renew the light on Thursday,
We notice that a correspondent of the New
Tork World assigns, as a reaaon for Gen. Mc
Clellan's Inaction on Thursday, that " we bad
not enough ammunition to carry na through
another day of battle." That Is a good reason
If tho fact be as stated; but the next enquiry
wculd be: how an army, sent Into the field by
e. Government with Inexhantlbie resources,
should find Itself without ammunition after a
tingle day's light! The statement of the
World's correspondent seems. Indeed, too Im
probable to deserve serious notice,
The news from tbe upper Potomac Is, that a
large part of McClellan'. army Is crossing tbe
Potomac at Harper's Ferry. The river is low
enough to admit of fording by Infantry, and a
pontoon bridge has also been constructed. A
temporary railroad bridge will be put up In four
or five days. The reports are, that the enemy
is concentrating at Winchester, and will fight
another great battle there. Hit general policy
must be, we think, to make as slow a retreat
upon Richmond as possible, fighting occasion
ally under convenient circumstances, so as to
Wtar out th good weather for flaM operation.
He Is collection large subsistence stores at
Richmond, and the later he begins upon them,
the longer tbey will hold out. He will stay in
the V;iUy as lung as possible, and long enougb,
uadonbied'y, to eat the rebel farmers ot that
victim xed region out of house and home.
Tbe rebels aro reported to be destroying the
B-ihlmiM and Ohio railroad between Martlas
burg and Cumberland. Got. Letcher has oQJ-
daily pronounced that road to be a " nuisance,"
and tho rebels generally appear to have a spite
against it.
Tbe contents of Richmond papera to the lith
lestsnt are telegraphed from Fortress Monroe,
T:ey claim a magnificent triumph at Sbarps
buig, o'.d say that McClellan'e dispatches are
cs laid us tboio of rope. They also repre
sent that reinfcrceaients have been sent to Gen.
Lee, euQ:lnt to make np all his losses.
Trout Kentucky we have a repetition ot the
notable statement that " Louisville Is safe." We
have also something more serious In the fol-
lowltg from the Louisville correspondence of
the Philadelphia Inouirer;
' The enemv are Catherine: a larse number
ot recruits In tbe Bute of Kentucky, many of
wnom nave neretoiore ueen aouog as Dome
guards. In some InsUqoes, whole oompanles
Lave turned themselves, and the United States
arms wnicn naa osen entrusted to mem, over
to tbe rebels."
It is well known that the ten thousand arms
rent to (so called) Union men at the commence
ment of this war, wijre nearly all turned orer
to rebel uses. This later movement of the
" heme guards," is cf the same character, and
do-s not at all surprise the country.
Tbe army of General Bragg, Invading Ken
tucky, U claimed by Its officers to amount to
eighty thousand men, but intelligent released
Union prisoners from Mumfordsville, say that
it ctf.alt.lj d.us hot exceed thirty-five thou
sand, lbey arc sa'd to be ragged, dirty, und
sicelffp, l.ut we know by experience here
iboute, that all that does not prevent men
from fighting well. Want and desperation
frequently make men fight better.
Ii was reported here last evening that the
rebels up: i (building the railroad bridge over
the Rippahanuock, which would show lhat
they mean to fight for the region this side of it.
Tbe HloLmund birpAch of Sept. 24, onncun:
cesthe utrlval there of two carloads of negroes,
captured by tho rebels at Harper's Kerry.
Thtso negtots, the Dispatch says, are to be
sold at Richmond. Tbe country ought to know
that Harper's Ferry, down to Its capture by
tbe rebel', was notbiog more, or less, than a
slave batracooo. Slaves escaping from the
rtbtls Into our lines there, Instead of being
freid, at tbe law requires them to be, were held
by the pro-slavery officers in command, as
prisoners. If they applied for passes to get
out, passes were refused. When this slave bar
ricocn vii captured, all the negroes In it fell
as spoils into the baods of the enemy. Tbe
number was very large. If the President had
sooner notified the laws of Congress to the
army, these outrages would not have been per
petrated. Nor was it only at Harper's Ferry,
that tie law-making power boa been set at de
fiance. We just have information from Helena,
(Atk ,) that Gen. Steele, commanding tempo
larily In the absence of Gen. Curtis, Is la the
dally habit of surrendering escaped slaves to
tbelr rebel musters. In fact, obedience to the
J 'iws of Congress In the matter of slaves, has
enn lie t xeeptlcn, not tbe role, with our army.
Let us hope that all this will be changed, since
the President has Issued hi proclamation.
Tho developments of loyal opinion continue
to be overwhelming In favor of the President's
proclamation.
The Union men of Mew York, In the State
convention which has just nominated that noble
patriot, Gen. Wadswortb, for the office of Gov
ernor, unanimously endorse IL
Inasmuch as U. 8. stocks rather rose than
fell In Wall street after the President's prods
matlon, while It was necessary for the mischief-
makers to show that soma bad consequence
followed II somewhere, they teltsd upon the
tsct of the rite In gold, as the gsound for say
ing that their sinister predictions were fulfilled,
lhe truth really Is, that the slight recent rise in
gold was owing to an apprehended demand
from the Government, to meet the 1st of Octo
ber' Interest on Its stocks, and which Interest Is
payable In gold. But, after all, the Govern
ment la not likely to be In the gold market as
s purchaser, the Secretary of the Treasury hav
ing authorised the Assistant Treasurer to re
ceive deposits In gold, reimbursable after thirty
days In tho tame description of funds, at ten
days notice, and bearing an Interest at the rate
of four per cent, per annum. It Is believed
that this well adapted expedient of Gov. Chase
will draw out front Its hiding places enough
gold to meet the Government wants on the 1st
of October, without disturbing the gold mar
ket If It does to, everybody will rejoice at
this financial stroke of the Secretary, but the
speculators. He hat lolled them more than once
before.
Within three or four months all the old de
mand notes, receivable for customs, and out
standing now to the amount of about twenty-
five millions, will be absorbed at the custom
houses; and therealterwards, tbe tariff duties
will supply the Government abundantly with
SOU
Id.
BR LOYAL GOTBEilORS IN WlSfflKQTO!!.
THEIR VISIT TO THE PRESIDENT.
POINTS OP THEIR ADDRBSS.
A RESERVE OP 100,000 MEN RECOM
MENDED. WHAT THEY DID NOT DO AT ALTOONA.
Most of the Oovernort who met at Altoona
are now In Washington. They called on the
President yesterdsy, to make certain recom
mendstloas in regard to the removal of tbe
sick and wounded soldiers, to secure increased
efficiency of the army, loolndlng such measures
as will prevent the abuse of furloughs.
Governor Andrew, ot Massachusetts, pre
sented an address, signed by all the Governors
except uovernor Bradford, of Maryland.
It expresses confidenoe In, and a cordial re
tpect for, tbe President, a determination un
der all circumstances, to support and maintain
his constitutional authority, pledging him the
power of the people of their several States In
this behalf. They go for lhe most vigorous
prosecution of the war till tbe rebellion is sub
dued. They congratulate the President on bis
proclamation and express their belief that it
will do much good. They commend It as a
measure of justice and sound policy. They
conclude their address by expressing their re
gard for, and confidence in, our gallant oOjers
and men who have fcught our battles.
In their meeting, at Altoona, they agreed to
recommend the raising of 100.000 men. to be
drilled and disciplined at home, to be subject
to call when needed Tbelr term of service to
h lwlva months, iidIm. aonnr dlemlsecd.
Much of the talk, In the newspapers, about
tneir Discussions ana atsagreements at Altoona
It bogus. The meeting was harnioaious
throughout.
Governor Dradiord, alone, dissented from tbe
wisdom of the Emancipation Proclamation.
No action was taken or discussion bad In
reference to Geoeral Fremont or General Mc-
Ulellan.
Much good, we think, vrlU come of ttl
meeting.
Raruw op Gxniiux Gust's Divraiov.
Major General Silas Casey reviewed his divi
sion, yesterday, near Port Albany, consisting
of Brlggs', Kane's, (brother or tbe late lament
ed Dr. Kane, of exploring fame,) and Paul's
divisions. They are all new recruits, but dril
led flaely, having made great proficiency in tbe
short time they have been In the field. Gen.
Lovis, a distinguished foreign veteran, wat pres
ent and seemed much pleased at the admirable
manner In which our green soldiers handle
themselves.
Gin. Pons Pasoun Orviosss. Ninety-six
of General Pope's officers, lately prisoners at
Richmond, have been released upon parole,
Ninety-two of them are now at Annapolis
The following four arrived here last evening,
and are at Willards', vis: General Prince,
Captain Wl.klns, (Md.,) A. A. G ; Captain
Fisher, A. D. 0.; and Captain G. D. Halsted.
We are Indebted to the latttr gentleman for a
copy of tbe Richmond Ditpa'.ch of September
24.
Uaovra'a Tituu.-Sanoho Pensa said,
" Laugh and grow tat;" and Bancho was right.
Let all who enjoy a good laugh visit Grover't
to-night and see Mr, and Mrs. Florence In
i Handy Andy."
Dan. Setcheli, alto, la on the boards, on
Monday night, In that mirth-provoking play,
tbe " Serlou a Family," and Mr. S. has no equal
as Amlnadab Sleek. Go, by all means, and see
blm.
Tut Old Wisni.vuron Tojutbb. It will be
seen, by an advertisement In our oolumns, that
Mr. Jarrett opens the old Washington Theatre,
corner of C and Eleventh streets,, on Monday
evening next.
"Tbe French Spy" will be put upon the
boards. Ulnt Kate Denln, U. L. Davenport,
Sam Ryan, and other sterling actors, wTll ap
pear. HT-The Alexandria OasiffsdenUsour state
ment tbat there la any Insubordination amoog
the officers and soldiers In tbat plac. We made
tbe statement upon what we deemed reliable
authority. If It Is not true we are glad or It,
Perhaps our Informant waa misled by what he
beard on tbe street. We hare heard much like
talk In this city.
A CoKNJMEXTiBT BiBtiuDt. General Jas.
S. Wadswortb, Military Governor of this Dis
trict, and Republican and Union nominee for
Governor or the State of New Yotk, will be
serenaded at his headquarters, corner o( Nine
teenth and I streets, this evening at eight
o'oloos.
Cis.v. niixxcx. The Bar attempts to back
out from the attack npon General Ualleck, and
tbe Intviiamctr does not purine- It further. It
Is found that the intrigue, ot whioh this attack
lormed a part, Is not mslalnsd by publlo opin
ion.
BY TELEGRAPH.
The Seizure by the Rebels of a
iiiauuory Building.
Sewi from the Gulf of Mexico.
Capture of an English Schooner.
The Escape of Cols Jack IlamiltOB.
Niw Yobi, Sept. 26. A dispatch received
from Louisville announces the selture by the
rebels or Sulfa salt river distillery buildings,
though most of the stock had been removed to
that city. Tbe distillery li but thirty miles
from the city.
The gunboat Connecticut has arrived from
the Gulf of Mexico, via Port Royal. She brings
ueuL waixer, ottne gunboat wmona, twenty
five officers, and two hundred and three tea
men, they being Invalid and discharged Irom
ue service; also, eix prisoners and seven rera
geee. me general neaitn ot toe united Mtates squad
ron In the Gulf of Mexico is reoorted nrood.
Naval expeditions are being fitted out at
Pensacola and. Port Royal; the public will
probably hear of Important achievements by
tea xormer in a wees: or two.
On the 13tb Inst, the gunboat Winona. Lieut.
commanding Thornton, ran under the Ore of
Fort Morgan, below Mobile, and opened fire
on a rebel eteamer, lying Inside, driving off her
crew and damaging her greatly by the explo
tlonol an eleven-inch shell inner bow. Fort
Morgan opened a heavy fire on the Winona, Lut
too eecapea unnuic
On the 9th Inst, tbe Courectlcut captured
the English schooner Rambler, laden with cot
Ion, which had escaped the blockade at Sabine
pass, instructions were louna aooara toe
Rambler to tell tbe cargo at Havana, and pur
chase powder, medicines, and army shoes, and
return to Sabine pass. LlenL Thornton sent
her to Shin Island.
Col. Jack Hamilton, formerly a member of
uongresa rrom Texas, not escaped irom toe
rebels, and hat arrived at Sduthwest pass. He
had been secreted In tbe mountains twenty-one
aays, ana wat accompanied ny six irienas.
He reports that a ttroog Union lectins: wat
In existence In the western part of the State ot
Texas.
i 1 1
Late Southern Newa
Lee said to be Largely Reinforced!
Pobtrssi Monxok. Sent. 15 The II iz ot
truce boat, Metamora. arrived here this lore
noon from Aiken's Landiog, bringing down
about ICO paseengets, among whom are 91
cuioers.
The Richmond Whig of tbe 2lth aiys : " A
dispatch, signed H. D. Davidson, states that tbe
Federals have crossed the river at Shepberds
town with 10.000 men, and were immediately
aitucaeu oy f season's corps anu routed. JaCK'
son had recrossed Into Maryland.
"Considerable reinforcements have reached
lien. Lee since tbe batlle at Uanueas enough
to replace the losses In tbe recent battles."
The Tallahosse papers announce the death of
uen. Hicsara h.. uatl, n distinguished Flo
rldian. He died last Sunday.
The yellow fevrrhas appeared at Wilmington,
n.u. ine nuease h veiy malignant, says the
Whin, for we hear or no recoveries. Th ip Ik-
graph operator had closed bis office, and re-
movea 10 uoiasnoro .
Ool. John T. Thornton, of Vlrclnla. was kill
ed In the recent battles.
The Richmond Duvatch. "f Seninnbcr 2ttlt
says: Tbe Yankee aVt nncbored In tront of At
exandris, has been ordered ,IT. Tbe federals
have burned tbelr dlMbled wagons, and were
removing all ineir stores to Washington.
The same pper cltlms a rebel Tlctory at
Shepordstowo, on Saturday last, nud the cap
ture of over 4 000 of lhe Feder.ils.
Tho Vtspa'chtl tbo 2 lib eats: "Tbf train
that U due this evening will tiring from Culpe
per Court houj) slxly-eix Yankee', Who luvo
ueen taero since tins etirfairetnent nar tint
filace. There are hoveral officers and Hie (ol
owlng eurzeons : J. F. Djv. Tenth Mnrilnnri:
E S.lilseeli, Fifib Connecticut ; A. U. Heller,
Twenty-eighth New Yotk; John II. Coover,
Forty sixth Pennsylvania. Thi-y will be sent
nume irom utcumouu."
Speaking of tbelr army movement', the nit
patch says: "Only a division or Ino hive been
witnarawn trout the other side uf tbe Potomac
resist the contemplated movement by Durn
ide upon our communication at Hamer'a Fer
ry. General Lee repulsed Gen. McUlellau on
the 17tb, pursued blm on tbe 18th, and defeat
ed nim on tne itn." (i:i)
All tbe rebel papers brought down claim
victories In all ol the recent battles, and call
npon tbe people or tbe Confederate States not
to believe one word contained In Ibe Northern
papers ot Northern success : that (Jen. McClel
lan's accounts of these battles lully tqual Pope
lur wiBreirrBeuuiiK.
Tbe Richmond Whit announces Ibe death ol
Brigadier General Willam U Starke, Second
Louisiana llrlgaue.
Thetebel Coogreu bad duwiI u bill eatnh
llshlng military delences alonir the banks ot
the Tennessee and Cumberland rivers, to resist
toe oavance oi tan enemy into Tennessee and
Alabama, and for tho construction of Iwdce
gunboats suitable In site for the protection of
saia rivers ana states.
orntr lUspsctlag Provost Maishali.
Tbo War Department has hsutd tbo loilow
Ing " Order respecting Prcrost Msrsbals, and
definlcg their duties :"
First. There (ball be a Provost Marsbal Ren.
eral ot the War Department, whose headquar
ters win uo at rrnsDiegion, ana wno will nave
the Immediate supervision, control, and man
agement of tbe corps.
Second. There will be appointed In each
State one or more epeclal prnvnst mr.rthals, as
necessity rmy require, whu will renort to and
receive inttructiutis and urdua irom tbe Pro
vost Marshal lien-rat r tbe War Department.
Third. It will be the duty of tbe special pro
vost marshals, to arrest all deserters, whether
regulars, volunteers, or militia, and tend them
to tbe nearest military commander, or military
post, where they can be cared for and eeut to
tbelr respective regiments ; to arrest, upon Ibe
warrant of the Judge Advocate, all alsloval
persons subject to arrest under the orders of
tbe war department; to inquire Into and re
port treasonable practices, seise stolen or cm
beasled properly of the Government, detect
tplet of the enemy, and perform such other
duties at may be enjoined upon them by the
n ar Department ; una report all tbelr pro
ceedings promptly to Ibe l'ruvcst Marshal Gen
eral. Fourth. To enable special provost mirsha't
to discharge tbeir duties efficiently, tbev' are
authorised to call ou uuy mailable military
force wltbln tbeir respective districts, or else to
employ tne assistance ot citlteas, constables.
BbcriU-, or police officers, so far as may be ne
cessary, under ucu regulations as may be pre
scribed by tbe Provost Marshal General of tbo
war uepartmem, wun toe approval oi me- cec
retary or War.
FlUb. Necessary expenses lucurrrd in this
service will be paid ou duplicate bills certified
by lbi special provost marshals, stating tbe
time and nature of lhe service, alter examina
tion and approval by the Provoet Marshal
General.
Sixth. The compensation of special provost
marshals will be dollars per mouth, and
actual travellog expenses and postage will lie
refunded on bills certified under oath and ap
proved by tbe Provost Marsbal General.
cevinin, aii apuoiutniems in inn service
will bo eubject to be invoked by the Secretary
of War.
Eighth. All orders heretofore issued by the
War Department, conferring authority unon
other effloere to act as Provott Marshals, (ex
cept loose wno nave received special commic
tloos horn tho War Department,) aro hereby
revoked.
By order ol the Besrelsry or War.
L. Taoius,
Adjutant General.
Hevetme Itamps.
The following regulation in regard to revenue
stamps wat Issued at tho Office of Internal Rev
enue, yesterday:
"Okdxrs to Till Comiiaaiosriu Revenue
stamps should cover remittances of Treasury
notet, or an original certificate of a United
States Assistant Treasurer, or designated de
positary, of a deposit made for the1 purchase of
stamps. No checks on banks, or drafts of any
Description, win oe received.
Gout Nionrs The filar Invokes cold nights
to use up General Lee's army. It It better,
we think, to rely upon cold lead and cold
stesl.
Whit Wr-srsax Viaonii his Dot! roa m
Wan. Out of a loyal population of not more
than 130,000, Western Virginia bos furnished
10,000 volunteers for the war. Considering
how many of the prominent men of Western
Virginia have enlisted In the rebel can"-, this
result Is decidedly gratifying.
The militia enrollment In Indiana baa been
completed. The returns show, militia, 209.21G
volunteers, 100.27T; exempts, 32 869: consci
entiously opposed to bearing arms. 3,1C9; vol
unteers now In service, 93,0tl; subject to draft,
113,110.
Wines srad lilqaors,
JTeadjiartrrs, Dtftneu of Washington,
Washington, Sept. li, 1802,
General Orders No. . On and alto tbe
28th fnsunt the guards at the bridges and fer
ries of the Potomao will be Instructed .to allow
no wins or spirituous liquor to cross without a
past from (he Provost Marshal of Washington
to cover the store". The Provost Marshal will
grant inch patses only on satlslactory evidence
that the articles are lor hospital stores or the
firlvato property or an officer. All wlnea or
Iq ion attempted tobe taken across the bridges
or fernea without euch a post will be selted
ana turnea over to tne ncspiiaii.
By command of Major General Banks ;
RlCBlSD B. Irwix,
Captain A. D. O., Act'g Ata't Adj'l Gen.
SPECIAL NOTICES'.
S.-T.-1 8 6 0-X.
DBAKB'S PLAHTATION BIITEE8,
Thcj f vriiy, itrtofthen, and loilf orate.
They or ate a htalthy apptUte.
Thtj ar an antidoU to cbaaga of water and diet.
ThevorcrMirattffMof dlMlDlionicll-,thDTirsi.
The itrcogUiea tbe y item and enllrcn thimlod.
i ney prev.M miasmauo ana loiirnuiitni irctf.
TUtj )urllr tha breath and acid it 7 of tba itomach.
1 lit j wan vjipepau- ana .o-iiirpauoa.
They oor IHarrbai.Cholua, and Caolera Mor
tm They cuit Liter Comp'alnt aod Nerroai ntad
oht.
Tht v are the beat Bitten In the world. Ther make
the weak nan itroog, and are exhausted nature'!
Sreat restorer. Thevar made or pure St Crotx
;em, tbe celebrated CalLiaya Il.rk.rooti acd herbe,
oat regard to age or time of day. Particularly re
oommeuded to d-lloeta Denoni reaalrlatr a arentli
inu miv ibkcu witaim iiiBi 01 m nTerBK,wiia
ittmnlint. Sold by all Urooeie. Diojrglu, Uote'a
aod Saloon, i. U. DRAKE CO..'iO. Broadway,
1VW IVtl. ? - ill
49-IlTCbrlta ltpit.oriloitou, and
-si. vi Atigu vt uua vur. wiis "yea ri iuv ictu
peratce mtetieg in tront of the Oipltol TO -MO It-
xiviTiiup.m two or in .amo oauery com
t -nit will ie rjrtient In full ranki. and will be ad
tlrefied by oneof iheiretkcr.. An original poem
wim vr rrn'i sjnuiu, ciusrue , sum uir
rpi i 1
siTrt All Whom It BIky Conearn 1 h
LrlDitd AdlreMto the Count rv. on the in Meet of
lie iteDtuion, aaica ma via losiani, ijrnea oy roe,
and peeled up, irom day to day, In publlo places,
. ....." j . . ..r .".. . :vi -:
una, in iukdt inirauc-.i, cetn nmuiaieu; anu t ue
lire to add. that If nob deaolcable aot tball be re
peate., by any one In the Ma; of a gentlenan,!
1 hall feel accommodated II he will teed me hie card.
throaMb tna Citv roat Office. Theoiitrarr of the
houth would ba admirable ir the epeekled adder of
'JaiaaOH were not beneath the ikintf iu pretention-.;
and 10 of lu oouiltu and eosenlag lubultnten
lathi, oltyo whom. In the nimeof my already
hair murdrl country,! throw my jtove tnaooru
Couneellor at Law to
WAiBi-aTOaT.P O , Sept 83, 1802.
M SS-t
JTs A Cta nt tan. da. or !- i IT n ton. Man.
All lonl clt'aeoa of Oeoraretown of SI Teara of ace
and orer, are rerpeotfully and carnetur requeued
to call and register their names on the bookj at the
flubicrlber'aitore.
An " Anti Bebeluon Aetoelatlon" bu been lormed
In Utorcetown.the obleot of which la to dlioouraio.
dlfloonntenanae, and dlmlniih rebellion In George
iuwb. Any Giiiaen oaa oaaciao m memotr 01 ine
itanie.br almiliir the artlolee at aseoolatlon. ttbi-ti
can ue Men at 100 iwre 01 me inoacrioer.
Yf, U. IKWHs-T,
leSE-Hf lint and Atari
44TWatona iron-eeof Slaver, Co.ue
ol tbid nerk are for sale at the oflloe ol tne tiatuma.
Uwtiiean. Pamphlet edition. 24 tent. Uouud
edition, 7&oen
jB-4Untlonl Attention I Attention lit
Wanted a few MEN to oomplete a company of the
a-ixierniE rrgimeBt Virginia (rirn i.aiiera va.,
Tbfi I. the only regiment now paying bounv, and de
tailed for " SPBUlAXt SEBVICB" bv the Secre.
tarr of War, for duty in the Tlclnity orAlexandrla
KUU IHfl IUIU KDODH V RiaiDglOD, V i.
HeorulUog office, Third street 2d door below Ba.
avenue A. O. WIDDICOMUK,
CapUln.
QUO. A. ABUES,!
4 4 SdlJeuL
" Ureal' PiBBiwlvaala Uonu.sTtit
qui-keit and safeat route to the Northweut aod
voutnwen iwo tnrovgn trains daily, ana one 01
Sundsv. Soldiers Uckeu at Government rates 1.
alt the principal point In the North and Weet. i- or
tickets and further Information apply at the oflloe ol
the "Great BeaniylTanla BonteJ1 northeat oorner
rennjyiTaiua aTvnne ana bii iuii, unaer na
tlonalilotel. Oflloe open from I a.m. too p.m.
on bundays J to 4 p. m.
B. O. ROBTON,
aug B-ly Agent
49-Oatcnelora Hair Dye-Tha Et la
tlia World. William . B-.tctcIisi' xibia rr
nairiiyeproaaotsaeoiOT net t if- .u'iDjfm nc
fromnatuie; warraotednot toinjorv iht 1 1 air it.
least: remadleatha 111 efftMrta of bi rvu. inJ iuvti-
crates the Ualr for life. OBKY. Ktb.uT ULTSTl
11 All ltutanuv tnrni a nlandld hibaIc tor Hrawn
learlng the hair soft and beauUfaL. Sold by aU
lrugglstit Jto.
Xjjr The Genuine Is signed WILLIAM A.
iMivuiiLua, on um fmw nan r eou oem,
Fsotory. No. HI Barclay street, (Late 233 Iiroad
u&y Mid u Uocdd New York my n ly
Ari;ii4)lal Xotto On and after Jawday
April 1 , ibOi. tbe trains on the Baltimore u,a Ohio
Katiroad will commenoa running dally, (duudayi
exoepted.) leaving this Station at 7.4U a. u . auo
onnecung at Washington Junction with Matt
Araia lor tva wuoi am vreei na irneeung or
Paikenburs. Thron-rh tlaketa sold and bitriraiie
Vairc&va r r. aniiu.
n. or Transportation 11. a o. U, h
apl-d-f (ItaraOlrobel
SPECIAL ELECTION.
TT'IFTll WAHD-FIBST PBBOINCl'. No
X" tioe Is hereby given that an election will be
held on WKONEbDAY, the tint dsy of Ootobvr,
l&ttj. lor one member of the Hoard of Commen Coun.
ell to nil the unexpired tcrmof Joieph Uedrick, re
ilgoed 1 he polls will be held at the School hou e
curocr 01 iBira sireei east aua a meet louin.
Open at l a. m ana ciote at 7 p. in.
K U. HANDY,
WM. P. WALLACB,
JOUN MILLS,
irpt ST dtd Commuwlonerti.
F
lPril WAUD SECOND PBECINCT-
1 Motica lstiereor siven tbat in eitction wm be
held on WEDNESDAY, tbenrtt of Ootobcr, 1BCJ,
for one mtmbcr of tne Hoard of Common Council te
a 1 tbe iiDtxplrca term 01 juepn iiearioa, re
aiir oed 1 be polls wilt be held at tbe Bcbool houte,
oa tbe corner of Tblrd street ettt and D etreet eoulh
uptn at T a. m ana cice. ri t p. m
WU.HI.ATEU,
A. K. HIOIlAllDS,
i II, OVUTKlt,
lept t;dld Commluiooeri.
KOIAl, KliKCTlUM.-Mr CUAUI.IS I
O CANFIKLl) will be eopiortel by tbe utoondl
,ii
tlooal Ublou votere of tbe Flflb ward, to till tbe va.
cubcj
rlcki
euacy lucoaelooed ty the rettgnauon of ISr. ifel
rick) In the lloaia el uoraa.oD uoudcu
in. Si. (JAS-V'li-'I'ACncTi New edition
T IblidepablUbed.andfor.alebi
e'ptvT w anfcnDiylvaslaaveoue.
'I'D MtMBIR Of CONORUS, PROFIS.
X s1oh1 teUi. a, Mnil others.
its flbairvuraeasre prcpuea loprui odmnuk.,
i,nri, t'lmpbieU. Ueports, or scy dteerlpuon of
u s. work, and eolleU orders
o Qoe corser J adbvia avsnse
a,,.-. 4 lici'.,lrMt,vf",1-af
TothePablte.
DxTUmmrr or t Itrrxaioi,
OfflM Indian Jffalrt.'&pUmbtr IS, 18tl
From information received at tilt Depart
ment, deemed sufficiently reliable to warrant
me in to doing, I consider It my duty to wan
all persons contemplating tbe crossing of tht
Plaint tiits fall to Dtah or tbe PaclOo coast
that there Is good resson to apprehend bosttlt
tles on the part of the Bannock and Shoshone 01
Snake Indians, as well at tho Indians upon the
Plaint and along tbe Platte river.
The Indiana referred to have daring the past
summer committed several robberies and mor
ders. They are numerous, powerful, and war
like, and, should tbey generally assume a hos
tile altitude, are capable of rendering the emi
grant rentes' across tbe Plains ntrcmely peril
ons. Hence Ibis warning.
By order of the Secretary ol tbe Interior 1
Chiuu B. Mix,
Acting Commissioner.
Nolle to Vessels aXtuertflg or ItesiTlBg
the Pototnae Merer.
The guard veessls off Alexandria and Plney
Point, on the Potomao river, will be distln
gulsbcd, during the dsy, by a sqoixi warn
ruo with A BtD cross, (St. Andrew's,) and al
night by two md liouts.
The officers in command of these vessels will
fnrnlsb the Naval Polomao Past te all matteri
of vessels navigating the river, after ther shall
have given proof tbat tbey are lawfully em
ployed. Vessels entering or departing from the rivet
will be snbjeet to detention If unprovided with
pass.
Axn'w A. Haxwood,
Commodore Com'g Potomao Flotilla.
OFFICIAL.
DiTABTimrr or Stat,
Washington, Jan. U, 18(1.
Tbe Secretary of State will hereafter reoetrv
membera of Congress on business on Saturdays,
commencing with Saturday, the Ortt of nexl
month.
WILLIAM H. 8HWAED.
WANTS.
WANTED EMPLOTHENTA troitwoitby
.ttl.rlv ff.ntl.m.n f. d.(Voui or enantavment
Are or six hoars per day. lie woald attend to a
irnutDiDi oooae, or any oiaer employment.
Woald not expect unreasonable wages. Addrees
No. H), New Jersey avenae,Ctpltet Bill.
eptS7-tr
FVUNISIUCU IIUTJSJB WANTED-HKAji
the Depot of tbe Baltimore A Onto Beilroad
Company, by a Oood Tenant, who will take good
cere of the farnltuit, AS. AddreM
"B.W. BDKDHD8,
lepSO WHtCfer Agent B.AO.B.B. CO."
WANTJin-A competent WOMAN wants a
plaosdashonsekteper or nan la a genteel
rmTCKtent lamily Address "IIoaetMper," at this
ollke sag I tl
WA
ANTl.u At the New York Kmploym-nt
AJttOtJTUUIIX.ilU VII illBUI IU ji MH tVW
.vcnueTl WENlY-VIVlilrUl WUITK anrl COL-
OBKD OIBLB. with good tefennoea. as Cooks,
Chambermaids, Laundreases, Wallressee, Nurses.
and tteamstreeees. Also young Colored lien to waif
on tables In Briyate Vamillea or Hotels. Also want
ed booses ixnmed lately . with or without Vamitwe
Lmployersln want of good help, will find It to Uictt
advantage to oall
mj'atf N. n.MILLKB
iyr AHIIIRU'JIOSI SK.1UM
JVACTORT
7. NTi.! 0 flM td laJrn tj taa aUna.
Apeructr inahUort tlae, make, per wek.froe9
aa.ot' '-jnlre ',Fr'i(llr,ftlniBeTSOt'jrt ,
!- rrfTAwl
AUCTION SALES.
EmvLtaX3re JDm-ym
BY W. fj. Al.L CO., Anctloneere.
(South Cor. la. At. and Nleth etreet
GOVEUN.MKNr SALE OF SUB318TNCE
SToass at Accno.-On TUESDAY, 30th fleptem.
ber,lb02,at )i o'clock m., we will sell attheAuo
tlon Kgcms.the following artlolis, oendemned aa
unfit (or puolle rervlee. u
l.lbsibi Bacon '
to barrels Silf Beef,
s2buhels Ueanu.
10 bushel Bplltre.1,
1,501 lbs. Bloe,
drio lbs. Urecn Ceffee,
LEO lbs Ground Coffee,
Teimi cash, Qoreroment fund.
By order, Lieut JOUN CCflACK,
A.O.8.
Terms eash. T. U WALL ft CO.,
sep 17 Auctioneers.
BY W. L. WALI. at CO.. Aactloaaers.
(Somh Cor. Pa. AT.anl Ninth street.)
LiB0K8ALK OF QBOCEBIlCa, SUTLBR'S
Scrri.it..Haoi,lo , at Auction. On TUKaDAY
HOaMNO, t)th Sept., we will eell at the Auottoa
Boom i a large asortment cf Groceries for flash,
ccmpriilng
26 barrel White Befloedand Yellow Sugars.
Bags Ceffee, Uloe, Boxes Starch,
Tierces Hams,
100 Boxei Kutern Cutting Bngllsh Dairy Cheese.
Boxes Chewing end Fine Cut Tobacco,
Boxes Adamantine and Sfeilne Candles,
Boxes Beeper, Lobsters, Boxes Bitters,
Ito donn L-mon and Bwpberry Syrup,
100 Boxes Welt's H and Brorost Pickles,
Chow chow, Sauces, Tamarlnei,
Bcgirs, Urge stook afsorted brand),
luBjxes Candy, 10) lbs. each,
Boxes Olaeaware, Tumblers, and Napplts.
With many other artlolss iq the Grocery line.
W.L.WALLe.CO.,
tep 9T Auctioneers.
pa-SB-CH ON TUftO POTOMAO.
On and after the 12th Instant day of September,
pascal wiU be required from all TeeNls, boats, fax.,
naTlgatlng the Potomao rlrer. These will be Issued
by the Commindlog OfflOcr of tht Flatllla, and may
be btaln d from the naval tof sell stationed at Alex
andria or at the mouth of tba rlrer,
GIDEON WBLLB8,
heoretary of tbe Nary.
Hatt DaraaTMaar,
BepUmberll,ltV)- eepll
Ovricu OF UK OOM NlSmONKKS UN.
der the tot of April 10, 1383, entitled "An aot
for the release oroertsln persons held to ferrloeor
labor In the DJittict of Columbia" City Hall.
Waihlogton oitr, D. O , Sept. S9, lltl.
OUU-BKD, Taat the Commissioners will, on the
let day of November next, oloee tbe examination of
alt claimants for compensation and proceed to make
up their final report. All persons hating claims
before the Commissioners, wno hare not presented
their ilares lor valuation and nroven title and lor.
alty by two witnetes, muit present them, and all
ciainoaniS wuu caoou. ihimusv uicir crraaiti, win
Driegtneir wiineseen as w vaiae,nue ana loyany,
huffxt aald lit da v of November.
The CommUsloners will meet every day, exoept
Baxuraar, ai -i u qio;k, a m
WM U.WOODWABD.
ttpt-l .tawtOSl Clerk.
Ostheim Brothers,
Ostheim Brothers,
Ostheim Brothers,
uea:.cii 0
Of 39 South. William St, N.7.
Of 39 Bouth William bt N. Y.,
Of 89 South William 8t N. Y
IHFOBTEB8 OK
IMl'OUTKUS OS
ISll'OUTEUb Of
'f be Choicest Brandies, Winn, c,
Tbe (holctst Brandies, Wines, 4c
The Choicest Brandies, Wines &c,
OKALBBt, IN
Old Rye anil Bourbon Wblikici, t'lgan, te.
(lid Bye and Bourbon Wbltklei, Clgan, .(,
Old Bye and Bourbon Wbliklti, Cigart, k.
Cell and sret the purest artlole In the msxkst,
CJall aod ret the pares! artlole In the market,
flsll and get tbe pureet artlole la the market,
At III lowest Hvr York pile.
At the lowest Maw York prices.
At lb low.es new York psl.
ilM. south side Penn. ar.,bet. Ninth aad Tenth ata.
bus loath silt rena. sr.,tiet lath and Tenth sts.
iw tosth ttdt rean. a?., bet Hlata an4 Tenth its.
Ut? HU
AMUSEMENTS.
CrROVER'S THEATRE.
Piuuytvania Attnw, mar VTiSord's HoUL .
LXONAJtD O BOTES MANAOKB
OALA g-TPBPAT W10HT BILL I
QBEAT COMIO ATrEAo'tIOIt I r
Twelfth nltht of ths Toasf sad taltatsit Atwilsea
Conedlau, lit. and Mrs. W. J.
FLORENCE,
FLORENCE,
FLORENCE,
FLORENCE,
Tfu MrUh Bon and Van GHrl.
This lateinlay Hlghf,
LAST TIME POSITIVELY,
Of the trtiteet of Irish tomts pUji,
HANDY ANDY,
HANDY ANDY,
HANDY ANDY.
Kr. W.J. Florae at.,,, ITudrAadr.
Korrz and oIamd obohkstba
WITU NEVT KOSIO.
Tosotwlads wllh Floreao'ed.llshllal rrsuan
ComedletU,
MMOHIEVOUS ANNIE,
MisomEVons annie.
Anal Bprsos, sa belntt, wllh th. tost sf ths
Captain with hit Wh-iere ". htis. Florenoe.
Froo SUiiurkTplpeefiiderkslckelnccloeox, a
Doloh orfan frtnder, with aa orttlsal Dateh tons
tad orna aoaosspaalaHat...lIrs. W. J, rinnsw.
Brldftt fiookie, aa old woman of t0!
Mrs. w. J. Flortaos.
atl Plop, en opera daiotr, tlh s tread dtaee,
"LeB.tloneJe" ..aire. W. J. Flortso.
Aresslata Da-abnrr, with her ortftaal sonis,
"Bldla'oaaBalliot4Kear"aadi Joslshsad Eli
Ssllj"..... Mn W. J. Florenoe.
But notict will bt givtn of Mr. Flortnaft
apptaranu at Captain OuttU in
ttl SOXT.
FRIOBS OF ADMISSION.
Drsss Clrele, to natt: Orchestra Chairs, T ssatsi
Famllj Clrele, tt scats! rrlrau Bozet, ii; ColorM
(Hllerir, at teste; Colored Parterre, to seats.
WASHINQTON THEATRE,
Cor. tXUT.aUl assd C Itieele.
.HENRTC. JABBBTT.
....A. U. DATBNFOBT.
StatMsasr
Tils well kaowa sstabUehawat haTtsg beta oatlrtlj
sirinss, aasorATBD. and aiDsooaATin,
will epea ior th ttasoa oa
Monday Mtoeninr, Kept. 39, 1863,
Oa whleh oooasloa ths rtaowatd aotxass,
MIS8 ADAH I3AAC8 MENKEN,
Will mike her ant appearaae la tats city. Tht
resalar sompanT saftasd at this T isatro will oom
prise th fouowlaf aokaowledssd artutet i
MISS KATE DENIN.
. Th popular Aetrtsi, from th leading Anwrlsaa
MI88 ANNIE WILK8,
Th ohanslsg Comedienne aad VooaUst.
MISS VIOLA CROCKER.
The uleattd rosai artlete, from Wallsek's The-
atrt naw Tort, aaa Aoaaeaw or Jtasio, Boston.
MRS. H. P. QRATTAN.
The sterl lag Actress, from Laara Kwat't Thtatr,
new .VI.
MIS8 MARY TAYLOR,
The beaattfal aad accomplished young Aetna,
MI38 FRANCE8 8ECOR,
The tslenUd jotag Duueits aad Tocsltst.
MISS HELEN GREY,
From thtWctUra Theatres.
MI83 OCEANA MAYWOOD,
From th Howard Athentam.
MI8S LAURA PBICK.MISS MABT TEBNON,
MISS LUOT CHAPMAN,
MR. HARRY PEAR80N.
The wall known Artists, fram th Wtatu Oardta,
new lora.
MR. A. H. DAVENPORT.
The popular light Comedian, late ofWallack't
ifloair,ew sora.
MR. 8AMUEL RYAN.
Th famous Oomedlsn, frcm the New Bowery
&Besav,w .ors.
MR. J. W. ALBAUQH,
Th talented yoang Tragedlta, from tht prlnol
pal New Toil aad BostnTheatrta.
MR. J. L. BARRETT.
Th faTorlt ;oang Actor, from ths Waiaat Strt
jaeair, rouaaeipua.
MR. JOHN BLAISDELL.
Th tttrllsg Actor, from Nlblo't Garden.
Meters. HBNDEBSOa, EVANS, 8BBBWOOD
andMoOOLLUM.
ON MONDAT KVENINO, SEPT. !9, 1882,
Will hprseatsd, for tht rst Um la this Theatre,
khmh v.m.1. . ubou faa, io lore
aots, eaUUed
THB FRENCH SPY,
Or the Storming of Algiers.
MathUdt,
HsMaWUd' MXsADAJIIBAACSMENKKN
Arah'BsT, j
Tht entertainment will oonolnd with a VSTOrtle
rcar. in wnien
Mite KATB DENIN. Mtas ANNIE WILKB8, Mr.
Mr. A. II. DAVENPOBT and
Mr. BAM. BTAN,
Will appear,
ADMISSION.
greet Circle tad Paroaett toossta.
rcheetra Chairs It coats.
Seats ou be eeenred daily from la to. till ( p. as.
Door open at T o'clock, osaawaot at TM o'oleok.
eept II
0
LTHFIO BDIlO HILL,
LATE OTMNAIICM,
Cw.arSAadXil.-e., noriU JforU flpaoe.
Tho maaageri take great pltarart la lafonnlag
their friends and tht pabllc, that the hart at gnat
tzpssa leatsd tha aboro Hall, aad ar harlsglt
fttttd isms arst elaasMulo Ball, with largs stags
eosnerr. tier decorattd, aad repainted for the pro.
daeUoa of Fane, Pantomimes, Acrobatic Feats,
Blnglsg and Danclag.
Da aoUo will be glrea of tht opening.
Lt)OKBBUTLEB.
sept IT Proprietors.
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FORD'S THEATRE,
Ford's Theatre,
Ford's Theatre,
ForcTs Theatre,
Ford's Theatre,
Ford's Theatre,
Ford's Theatre,
Ford's Theatre,
Ford's Theatre,
Ford's Theatre,
FORD'S THEATRE,
FORD'S THEATRE,
FORD'S THEATRE,
FORD'S THEATRE,
FORD'S THEATRE,
FORD'S TBEATBE,
FORD'S TBEATBE,
FORD'S TBEATBE,
FORD'S THEATER,
FOBD'S TBEATBE,
TKNTH STREET,
AbsT PauMFlTSUsJss Araawe.
A. Chanire of Bill
FOR TBIS
SATURDAY NIGHT.
aggie in Seven Oharaotex
MISS MAQQIE iOTOHELL
MISS MAQQIE MITCHELL
MISS MAQQIE MTCBBU
MISS MAQQIE MTTCBELL
MISS MAQQIE MTTCBELL
MISS MAQQIE MITCHELL
MISS MAQQIE MTTCBELL
MISS MAQQIE MTTCBELL
MISS MAQQIE MITCHELL
MISS MAQQIE MTTCBELL
MISS MAQQIE MITCHELL
MISS MAQQIE MTTCBELL
IX TBI
Three Oharaoters
Glorioas French Military Drama,
Entitled the
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY ..
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
FRENCH SPY
OB
OB
OB
OB
OB
OB
8TOBMING OF ALOIEE3,
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
STORMING OF ALGIERS.
JBastit in Three Characteret
Se"Si,BTBA?fel M8
atATHILDk J t0QIB MlTCBBLL.
TOUT ! ...by BISHOP.
SERGEANT by BAILT.
MOHAMMED Vj BRINK.
DeCOUUCY if BEAD.
To oooolule with tbe
FOUR SISTERS.
Magf ie In Four Cbaractert.
Bishop as Sam.
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
ON MONDAY,
FAN0HON.
FANCHON.
FANOHON.
FANCHON.
FANCHON.
FANCHON.
FANCHON.
FANOHON.
FANOHON.
FANOHON.
FANCHON.
FANCHON.
FANOHON.
FANCHON.
FANOHON.
FANCHON.
FANCHON.
FANCHON.
FANCHON.
FANCHON.
A9-A DAVFEBFOBMAKCB OF FANCUON,
lor th especial aeoommolalloa of families, oa
Next Saturday Afternoon,
October 8d,
At Ilalf-past two O'clock.
Dox Sheet open three dayi In advance.
rBIGES Of ADMISSION:
Drees urue ana rarqa.w, w vai.i viwmu.
Beats, II stats; Family Circle, li oeats; Private
Kits extra ahtif tor reettrsa scats.
is Ofta cjaaitec THl Otwtbi at t; Oartalu
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