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T 15 ft M S : Putt Umov, jvr annum. ........ - " w Ti-Wntir t'xifii,fr inmim... WtautT Vsmw, fr unijum...,.'. "menu mi i mi U?gatin''iiiiiBir ... 00 ... i ...ti oo EATUIiDAY NOHNING, NOV. 8, 18C2 t)IC Di In thia city, on the Tilt lii-tanl, f.n Kkilt TiTnrix, daughter of W. X. and 11. kl. A. Ma. k Hi 12tb year of h"r a;f). Funeral eerricea lit 3 J. M. to diy. ; ; Late News. Waqneh for a rth inefitnt. We are indebted to Jlr. Louisvillo Journal of the General McCook ind iflT, and a por tion of his troojm, armed in tb; cilj yei ttrday morning. StUl They Come!, ? We are informed that the gallant Gen. Sp.M and the brare aoldiera of hit DM ion camped in Edgefield yesterday. A thousand joyous welcomes to the patriotic warriors. The types made us say yesterday (bat General IIoskciuns had whipped the re bels when they outnumbered him (en to . . . TT one. we wrote two to one. tiowercr we do believe that if there is a General alive who can whip an enemy ten to one, that the Hero of Iuka is the man. , ( We have a huge mass of poetical man uscripts on hand enough to fill a good sized New Year's Annual. Mars is not very propitious to the Muse during t lie din of battle, so our poets must he pa- ient' ' . ' ' ' i Hails. We confidently expect the arrival of a mail here this evening. If anything is calculated to whet one's appetite for let ters and newspapers, it is the tank of editing a daily newspaper for over two months with one exchange a week, on an average. We really feel happy, bliss ful, ecstatic at the prospect of greeting the friendly and genial faces of our rous ing exchange list. LOS T.' " On or about the 19th of October, 18C2, somewhere on Church, or Spruce streets a Communication, enclosed in a large en velope and addressed to Major W- H. Sinm.T.. If the neraon who found this ilctfcr and forwarded it in Mo! or Shift. T.. will call at the Usios office, he will be liberally rewarded. "' It is of the utmost importance to an ofllcer te know that the papers were forwarded to Major, Sidki.l. Nov. 8ih. It Religious Noticfe. ' " Second Tost Chapel, McKendree M. K C'hwchj Church Street, nearly opposite va.uiouu uoiei. B rv i i .if . f . r ircacmng at nan-past xvi a. m. on faibathjby Chaplain Jons Hogarth Lo .lEk, of the 37th Indiana. Trcaching in heevening by Tost Chaplain K. F. Df.lo After the evening discourse,' the Kacra- ucit of tho Lord's Supper will be ad niristered by Rev. GiJanviuj: Moody, of !he74th Obio. , , ... I Bible Claai will be held at the Jhipcl at 2 o'clock P. M. Able teachers wi'l attend. Ihe public aro invited at all tiuies (o Utnd this Chapel. j Jnnd Encampment of Tennessee, I. 0. 0. F. - Tho Grand Encampment of Tennes ee,I.O. O. F., assembled in this city on Velnesday, ths 5th inst., and elected the olhwiug oiTicerii, to-wit: Iout. TaoMPSoy, G. Tatriarch. . (. W. DabukG. H.Trirst. . I. 1). Coleman, O. S. Warden. Iviim F. IIiok, (J. Scribe. T. C. Coleuan, O. Treasurer. L LfcUkiAN, G. J. Wardeu. , C. KiRcriKU, O. Sentinel. 1. D. Farnpwout!!, G. ltepresentative u lie Grand Lodieof the United Slates. IAY OVT TtNSK.siSEIt MONF.T OXLY. iold, Silver, Greenbacks, Kentucky, In ,iain, and Ohio money, now bring finite largo premium when exchanged fur 'einessie money, which can bo used er? junt a well as Northern funds; and ur and mo ne v can be saved bv sellins .r Southern currency even at a lar-e iount, and using Tennesnee money in taking purchases. These exchanges can mado on th best terms at the Jiuur- iff, 1'iJi iK'ji and 7rtf)Xi7 0Uicof W. J. i A!H!,OII Col'i'JJC Stilt t, just bi'lttVV llli-tl. Nov f 1 iu I WW WWVi Jil I ill till IJ Buriiside'i Division at Iliddletmrer. Sigel at Thoroughfare' Gap. ' ' Lee Outflanked by the FederafForccs. Report that Colonel Fry is to go to waslungrton. , Governor Curtin in Washington. Banks' Texas Expedition. The Defeat of Burbridge't Guerrilla. Killed and Woonded 238. Another Rebel Defeat in tfisiouri. Heavy Loss of Hen and Arms. Rebel Retreat beyond Snickerville. Federal Army Pressing the Rebels. Union Troops Occupy TTppenrille.Va. rnit.AD.LPHiA, Nov. 3.The Washiag- ton Star says last night the advance of the ' Army of the Pototnac, under Burn- side, J ltz John 1 orte r, and ethers, doubt les bivouacked upon the line of tbe Alexandria and Winchester turnpike: from L'ppervillc three miles in front, or below Ashby's Gap down lo Middleburg, a distance of ten miles. Their cavalry must have halted for the night very near if not on the line of the Manasnas Gap Railroad, somewhere be tween Front Royal and Thouroughfaie Gap Ihe force or Sirrei. which took un the line of march early vesterday, must have advanced upon the line of the same Rail road to Thoroughfare Gap ere night-fall u not beyond that point ; while another division of the army in front of Wash ington, under Sickles, at the same time was doubtless advancing in the rear of Sige, and at night within supporting distance of him. Such, we judge from our knowledge of tbe country roads, Jtc to have necessarily been the movement east of the Blue Jtidge yesterday. Ihe march ot .Sickles division yester day before Alexandria almost to the ex treme front reflects great credit on it. Dp to 2:30 V. M. to-day we have mt been able to learn that the enemy had appeared in front of Sigel's command in any force. We would have learned the facts, had tho enemy ventured an attack on our forces in that Quarter this morn ing'. ' '7 1 . - J".- w e think it now clear that Lee flank bis been turned. ' ! Washington, Nov. 3. It is said to night in military circles that Col. Gares chi, Ass't General of the army, upon duty in the War Department, will soon leave- here for duty in the Geld as chief of stafT of Major General Rose crans, and that he will be succeeded by Col. Jas. B. Fry, at present chief of stall to Gen. Buell. . The entire army has been paid to tho 30th of J une, and a port ion tip to the 31st Of August. The reason for non-payment of the remainder is owing to the Treasury Department being unable to honor the requisition of the pay department, tho boijaty and advance pay to the new levies baVing been first paid, and this transac tion requiring all the available funds, ; Governor Curt in is here to confer with the President upoa important military afl'airs connected with Pennsylvania. , Rear Admiral ' Dupont, in communi cating to tbe Navy Department the cir cumstances attending the capture of the l'rilith steamers .Scotia, , Angela, and Dwachita, and the destruction of 1 the Minho, says the crew of the Scotia were in a slate of intoxication, so that they became almost unmanageable, and acting volunteer Lient. Conner ordered them to be transferred on board the Restless and put in Irons. Tho Angela, when captured, was al most out ot coal, and was sent by Capt. ti loi dn, senior officer off Charleston, to Port Royal, to be supplied. This is the same vessel which attempt ed to enter Charleston ju September, and, being headed oil', succeeded in making her escape through the darkness. , -. Boston, Nov. 3. It is reported her that Major-General Banks will have tight regiments of Massachusetts infantry, three batteries of artillery, and a regi ment of cavalry as part of his proposed Texas expedition. .The 4Ul regimsut, Col. flickering, expects to leave for New York on Friday. Sr. Loch, Nov. 4. We have additional details of the recent rout of Burbridge's guerrilla at Bollinger's Mills, in south eastern Missouri. ' The fjrees of Dewey and Luzear formed a junction beyond Pittman'a Ferry. Dewey bad a running- liht for' fifteen miles with guerrillas .f l'urbridge aud Col. Green. Our loss was trivial. Sev eral of the enemy's olliccrs were taken pi isonerrt. Laear chafed a detachment T Roone'a men from Vim Boren to liallinger Mills .! . .... : i . . i ! . . ; l ... 1 1 - i . - .... uve tui:i a una une 01 i ornuniin. j ;m killiyl, wounded aud captured of the enemy amount to 2;1.tJ. Our logs is 1 killed and 4 wounded. , . ; Prisonets say they had orders from Hindman to make a forced march to Springfield, and fall on the rear of the army under bciioLelu, ana take Dpnng fleld and cut off our supplies. A despatch from Lot. Boyd Las been received bv Gen. Davidson, ptatinz that Lascar 'had returned to Patterson. He went to Pocahontas, drove the enemy across tho river, followed him several miles, and made many important cap tures. He had only three men wounded and one taken prisoner. The enemy lost 20 killed, 40 horses, and SO stand of arms. Dewey also arrived with a number of prisoners, having lost two, wounded, and inflicted heavy loss npon tbe rebels. Important letters have been captured. It is ascertained that Jackson is at Little Rock. New Yohk, November 4. The New Orleans Delia of the. 27th contains th items following : Tho Spanish steamship Cuba arrived this morning from Havana, which port she left on the 21st inst. Seventy-three Union refugees, a fin ragged let of men, clad in the garb of Texas Rangers, arrived in the city this morning from Matamoras. They come to join the Union army lo return to Texas and fight for their homes and property, from which they have been driven by the secessionists. The French admiral Reynaud with th frigate Guerriene and the gunboat Renan-. dina arrived at New Orleans on tbe 12th from New York. ' The French gunboat Catinet, and the English gunboat Rinaldo are anchored off New Orleans. The residence of D.W. Forschiner, on Magazine street, had been robbed of an iron safe, containing important papers, silverware, jewelry, money, &c, to the value of $100,000. ! New Yohk, Nov. 4. A Harper's Ferry despatch of the 3d instant, says, no ene my opposed onr advance until it reached Snickersville, where they retreated to the western side as our column reached the crest of th hill a body of rebel cavalry, a battery, and two brigades of Infantry emergeu freni the woods ia tbe direction of Winchester. , A Parrott battery sent an effective shell amongst them, when they retreated to the woods, not again emerging. - A body of them has remained on the banks of the Shenandoah, afraid to re treat in the face of the battery. Our forces are in full possession of the Gap. The rebels intended to dispute tbe pos session ot Hie Uap, but were about an hour behind time. Snickervillians state that Stuart, with 3,000 rebeLcavalry, passed through the Gap on Thursday. The impression is general that a great battle ill be fought to-morrow. New Yohk, Nov. 4. A headquarters dispatch to thtJJeiall, dated Wheatland, Nov. 2d, P. M., contains the following: General M'Clellan reconnoitered the ene my from the front this afternoon. Gen. Pleasautoa's cavalry supported by a brigadj of Doubleday's division, drove the rebel from their positions, contesting the ground with considerable spirit. The rebels east of the Blue Ridge de signed retreating through the Gap, near Upperville. 1 Jackson and Longetreet are just be yond Snicker's Gap with a large force. , Cannonading is now going on. Our troops are iu excellent condition, and eager for battle. A general engagmeut is expected to-morrow. New' York, Nov. 4. The steamer IV hawba from New Orleans the 28th, arriv ed to day with 210 sick soldiers. The following died on the passage: A. J. Chat terton, Jas. Cambpcll, Julius B. Lathrop, and W. G. Corder,of the CtU Michigan. IlEADQUAUTEnS ARVT 09 THE POTOMAC,) ; Blooiifield, Va., Nov. 3, 7 P. JI. The advance of the Army of the Toto mac up tho valley, on tbe left side of the Blue Ridge, is being pushed forward with all despatch. : General Pieasanton occupied Upper ville this afternoon, after a spirited en gagemctit with the enemy of about four hours. had none killed, tut several wounded. The rebels left three of their killed on tho field. f , ' . Upperville is four miles from Ashby's Gap, which the rebels are endeavoring to hold. 0 Our troops bow hold all the Gaps up to Ashby 8, with every prospect of hav Ing that to-morrow. i There was some force of the enemy to day in front of Snicker's Gap, on the left bank of tbo Shenandoah, to dispute our passage at Uiai point. ' .The Illinois of the invasion of Mary land, by way of Downsville, are not be lieved. The last reports from the rear snow these reports ti be unfounded. The ftrmv i readv aud nrenared to fight a general battlo when the rebels may see proper to meet them. The army is ia better condition than it has ever been, with the exception of the want of more cavalry, g want that is greatly felt. IMPORTANT KOTICU TO BRITISH SUBJECTS. I'll R rNHKIMUVKIi INT!-N; LKWIMi 1 - hkvilia in . .. k Ur tli- Uii) i f VS , hln.'t .ii, to vivil LinKo Lv .mi t.u piivii.i liuii.-t. A.l vr.i il-nu i li i iii ii i Ur ( i ii IV .i-i 0 "ii . hui I r 'V , .- ..ui... I i l.i'.' ill. h i tl .1 r . r II., 1', .. .-, H lnivnt "11 NAfl UAIJ.AI'U fl'Ht' I ; .) '.Millim iimiii ni ti N .i..i. 1 , 'ill i u i,'. t .iy H"tl, at t ! '.. H. ii ii.. c . .etwj.t li'.iin I rill . r ,. i- , i. V, il,.l. j J. r -y. Sw, 71 ti It c l-IIICTID UilLT fcy T. CHILD, CO , ' ' n',i. 62. 'roirtdn STIiF.ET. is-tu i.v .nma an f Vr'iM sut. ' T: ti- Th iu"l .Hun ar fn" Vu'u 1 Slat. Ury .NiWrf, OI)i , l.idlatia, nn-J J.''l.Un k : flank t T"in.ee. I iiii'n H tra. . .1 r;iitT' it'' Mri'lmriU' liaik V'uikof llivl'luuu Trul'TH' lluik II 1:1k nf CoillPU'rc (;.t Brk Kurmem Bank Buik of Pan flank iifOiatiann j:a IWnk of M-'nitiii.... Rm-k'f lUnk Klv. r l'-ink C'.mmercial IltlK tWIi'Tti Bank Bank of tii;! .-. .. Uirk of BhfU-yviilo ty'Hn Ji uk Bank of ltan1rl!ir Hank of Weal T-rnfftF. lUnk of !iJ.i: Vuiu. ...10 ...H . . . V ...' ...l-l ...." .. J'i .VI aj m) V) o Kl ml H M 2 Sirihr Bank a (hrt an J Sooth CxroliiiA .. NnrtU lrullua and Virginia. AUbaina. Uiuwiana ; 4t da. ..' " 40 " SO ' Sllva 11 IHJLlirrtlL WILD CAT. North Vi'i tern Bnnk of fii?crtia. ... ... llank of the Kiuptre hiaK, (.. rrin so ..6) ..0 Hank of Athene, Uixitjj.a... fiiltoD Bank Hank of WbitfiaM Tiiuhar-CuttvrH' limik ,., Itefave the Innci of all Rank mcnitoned below Th fojlowlnt? T''nnNMi P.anks are broken, or liar be(4i wotinl up ; and tbuir Now, if an; art out, aro utterly worthlnsi Agrirultural Bank, at BmwnaTille. ( rotral Hank "f Tenncaw , at KhTiU. Karmers' and Mnchaln' Bank, at HimpMi. Mac.Uanlci' Hank, at Meni;.lji. Nvnhia Paving IiiFtitution, at afemrhia. KiclianK Hank, at Murtnwboro. Minant' anil Alanufavturcra' Bank, at BnoxTi'J . R-iuk of K.it Tcnnefvoa, at Kdoit;I1o. Bank of Tranton, at "ft-enton. Uuiik of Jcllaraon, at 1'aDUrnlf. . Tank of l.laibarno, at Tauwrll, B:u.k of TaxawHI, at Tazrwell. Lawmi'btirg JVnk,at Lawraoucborg. ( itiiMtui' Hank, at klampliia. Bank bf America, at UarkavlUr, (fiiomraetcial. MONEY aiARKET, &a "" Orricg of THi T ornriiLt JockjaL, 1 WabBMPaT, lSoTuinlur 6, 186:4. J Ti rra icaa no noticeable chanzi vettnrdaT ia raouoj maiun. The buuken w.-r l'.iyliie 2loi2( cent, lirvmlmn for (rold jMlrrdav-, and arll ax at 30(.J II w ceui. 'j na Burma rale nr unrer waa m cent. pri'iniuin, and tlia aelluig rata 25. Wa qnoto dt-maud uotaa at 2'i(cf2!l V cent, prem mm. 'uca ixi Onaii Flour dull, with mImi extra at Si Ml;,!.1) 75 Wheat lower, with liirht rxri-iiita ; valra at 90c (431 00 for red and prlmi wu.te. Oata 40(fV4:!c. in unit. Miir-Hor corn at vk. i"T ear and io. lor alivllcd. Sul I of karlt vat fl. t'Hta Firm, ih auic&of f boxei Wantern Be- aarte at WJiv lie. UnMitiu-A:.1um 2 hhd:. Kow Origan furar at 12(12; uu h'.l. at 3'Jsr.lHc., 10 bbla. retlued at i:j'...r,itk'., unt in nan Dbia. moiasnn at mklM Hultii Il'Jj buff II .o coilee m :io, 31, aud 32c. fc.UM of rtceatvo. tuleo ct aodaul T'f.ii-Jic. SPECIAL NOTICES. Headquarters U. S. Forces, ) Nashvillk, Tksn., Oct. 27, 1802 $ (irneral Order Ko. 12. I. Hereafter no citizen will be admit ted to the IJeadquarters of the Post Com mander before ten o'clock, A. M., or after four o'clock, P. M. This order dues not apply to officers or soldiers who couiu on business; such per sons will be admitted at all times. By command of Brig. Gen. NEGLEY. Jas. A. Lowrtie. Capt. and A. A. (J. ; Sept. 28, tf. Headquarters 1st Tkns. Cavalry j. NAsnviLLE,TKNK,Aug. 22,1802. j Orders Ko. C ' . j All officers recruiting for this Regiment, will immediately forward to these Head quarters a report showing the strength of the party, present, and absent, and will hereafter, at b ast once a week, make similar report, exhibiting the gain and los, if any, since last repcrt. ; By order of Cot. STOKES. John Mukimit, 1st Lieut. & Adjutant ' 1st Tenn. Cavalry. (Aug. 23-tf. Dr. King's Dispensary ! " ron PHiVA'ri: rnsr.M:s. 5r m K!.V'.''mr:y i.f New Y'.f.'. if " l jTv? tl.e la fi'tr yoara of l't.Til.V, a f, anu wno Una levnlil hia all nl ,n.tl Un; ir.lmnf t of .r!ime Sju-mum lur iy y r, Sailer U'.i?.U, bavuij: atl'.inld W a f.-rMQi;.r lor o aiui) ff.ia, .nd cut.. J no BiUT ttiiHiiituili, La a cualiji'd t O.ireaU J awii l I ir'.ime m-,.ie, i Riatir tea bad llit-y n ky be from :nj iir..m Q,.lir,. trlni, ui tr :r.if: Liii.wliil ibtirowr iw. kinr V'iia'' Ko 'iii If s -1"-r r I urn ;, l.leco (Thcrr ai d liirniuara. f.-'iud mof", a tiur.i tr nu'a all duiiajwia ol a orivet tar. i..,.rr.rt.f a n.i-,1 wilb ivt aanae.t aifwlirm-a nr la, 0'1i.t"iiQ Wllb bM i i Viirftaot vl'lur riitfl dvl. I'tfia.lrailT CQfM a fvw Uayt, bv ao 0:in hw.b flama to ;li, S'rtre a trlrturo i'i wia bi!tli cinn ,t f f.rha;a Dii'litm lAirfl ui.ir ijnacjjiif ai.il ncda fti ! 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Draws DaUy at COVIKGTOy, Ky., AT 12 ASD 3 O CLIKK- UruUr tlte Si'.perirdcndenct of St"it Cvmmitoioners. CAPITALS $5,000 to $40t000! Tirktls from (ice Dollar (o Tea Bollnrs. Ordera for Tlckfla will be promptly aut y re- tarn mull, and our oQciai DrawiDKa teat to all for. respondent. r All ordera for TiokrU, add real K. FRANCE '& CO., XX)UIgvrLX,K. ICY. tW Qrcular aral free to all orderfcf. Inly2-d6m M. L. ALEXANDER, Auction & Commission MERCHANT, wo. ti rciiLic frqtMiti:,: NASITTIIiLIi, TENN. SOLICITS POK8ICNMKNTS, AND WILL OIVK Dromnt attention to tho ul. of rirv n.uuiH n ShnM.llata kod MurchAnrilae ft'nerally. ' u aajea vuau, aJ0 rvturua loaUa promptly, ItlfflinflM 1l,W.ll A fit n ..... T Q TT.tll.- t " - - .,.",vu ... 13. xtutiim m Co., A. J, liuccao A Co., Nueiirllia, Tt-on. uj.t-tt Charles H. Green, ACE NT FOB THE COLLECTION QF CUIL1S AGAINST TUB U. S. GOVERNMENT. ; Office, No. 38, Cherry Street, (UP STAIRS.) Julyao u. , Claims Against the U. States. AUEH A. HAIX will at tan d to tba eoIUvtio ef claiina ufititiet any of the United Htalea autlton. Ilea ettlisr here or at Wanfaitigton. , He way be (otiad at the Hwaranx Ho"a. NaabTllle. Jana l:ib, 1841 ' Southern Bank Notes. Tennessee, Bonth Carolina, - Georgia, . ' Alabama, and Louisiana HANK'.NOTKS, AND OOVESNMEUT CIIECKS, CDI'GIIT AND ifOU) BT ' A. SASiFOltD Ac CUM V. CO, Oi!lKe St., (Merchant' Bank Buililluj.) July 11. - ' ' , ... , ! CAKSSYAIiLS SPRING V7AG0 US, ; ' , ron hale at " '' BIYERS, HUNT & Co's ,n CARRIAGE WAREROOMS, ISTortli Marlcct Street, NKAlt TIIK tiVUAlia'. ! Nov l'Jjn. ' . ( . . ; 3Ir. COODW'I.M AD D.UGIITER fpAKE THW OlTOItTrMTT TO IsrOBM THE J. young lad in uod ?,teii,.o ot Na.tif ille, tiiat lliry Willi, jk-q a c''iw in tUt lit art of d'tnrinit, mi 8atir.uiy, Novi'inbor, lt, at a o'clock, V. ii., at Knk.iiV'1' " Hull, 00 MlM'lll.T UrtM.t. luiy will otwu a i Ian f KRittl'tini'n, lluudny evnitliifr, al 7 u'cloi'k, f. M All funliHinuhl" Q ln llllli K, J'odiji', SiUmI-tlihi-a, M'alt-'w, alu2itrka, VarntiVioiiiM.!., litMlnwim, U-, wi'l t- taiiflil. U.-iiil-in-a ni-limg lu lake UjJ tuna w.il pVa- ih.'.da early Uti tlioii. Otl. ,io lw. Qu;ir.rTmasrcr' Ci?rt!.jcit!e i PlHClUStD BY . v .! CIIA.S. It.1 GREEN OFFICE, 5o. 33 Cherry St., T7j tUlrt.) DliUG S I LI. OF Dr.U(W l:OL'Clir 7 J. U ). M Curry atrwl, ii-ur W 11 ( urn. I. :t31 '.' 'I oallthe .Illlturf Ipartant la the Dint r If I of tUc Ofilo. ON AVI' AKTFH TIIK let 1 '7 IT Jt i.Y 1HC2, aid -i 1 1 III .t ' r. "1.11.4 Hol-I 1 Nu!. .tbw, '1. uli-. , i. i t il 1 1 n, JI i u !'i'tt, l.j .' .il li.i.i. ll!''ii I--: vi::-, y. , -., I r u.l lrnti.i,oii r I'f -I i" it.u u .jii.'i. 1 1. t r ti,r-o mH.i$-t Imit Ji.ly 1st W (,IUKI.;. Kll.s.J" , Ik f ,1 i.w-K.f f, Hi,. i,tri -l 1 I th.it K. B. III. !.nt Vtiv 1 1 1. -ai't 'it d caul in ROBERT LMAITUXDlCO . General Commission J.Iefchntft ' ' ' rn ' """' -' ' BANKER S, 63 and C!i, EfAer JS-.ipet, ud SO rxc!tnt Plafo, ' With. a v.Hr. ) 1)1 Vy 6, lHi i. . -i TENNESSEE BRANC! r tna illOllil CLAIM AGEUCY exHiDcrtrn bt ' IIARVEV, COLLINS ft IWACE, ' WA.nrOT0!, r. c. CHARLES H. GREEN, Agent, No. 38, Cherrj 8ln-et, Nashville, Tenn. rilHIS AGKNCT (xtamaea peculiar fuclitl-i f. r the X aavoful yrni'Uiion a:ij rc:tutiniil if I, taaili aiclnt Die lnral QuWBmt-nt t'f KVEIIT PESCnirno.V, lt mnaucto'-a liaring Vi:il av.-ra year.' t perleiuo tit tlie manurninf of cla Ta fbra Cong rrm, llif 'iort of C'laiiu, ami t I.f Kin n. tire Tiefiartaienta at Washington, an I l -iit thor. oaghly acquainted anil f itnllf ar ith 1 lie- law and rtnuUtlou (f'vornlnn tliKlr aliutmmt. rartloular attention will 1 (rh.n to raw i arwinn ont of Uie preaent war, InvlmlltiK II a.rnimte of State, C'oatrartora, anJ Hi.ti 1)I1.,.t of the War and N'.ivt titinrtm-M., and for Collect Inct DriytuKt muA Organizing vla ttnlecri." Ilie n iniliarfeuicut of whl, ) ii author lied ly un art af Oinrrrtt; CLAIMS ( On INTKM KITT FOB TRITATU rROTERTT TAKKN FOR ruBt.ic rK, ott fo i a macks to hx-'ch PBOPEBTT, for ITa.n lot In the aerrlcr, and for military I'nf , i'rnnliii and Hounty I.antt. We gira tpecial atfeutiou ' yri)cur!iiK I'rH. Ions ICotinttCB, air., acotuing to Sildwri wbu bare beea wounded, reatractn) di eaue, or the fu mil lea of aw a ai bate died, or Lpd kiliml wlilia ia the diclinrte of their line of di't.r at mu li during th preanot war Sjiecial Gate will a.ao b (ivu to vlaim which have Iteea hereti.fur llejrcted or .Huapcndod by thelX'!artmrulaor lnrflcJc-nCy Ilana(ed Prompt attention alto given to the clliH.Uonof Quartermaatrr'a Krcelpta itin n for J'ro i if taken tor Ihe uaanrtbn Army, to arr inline Arri'itntii with aiidoollertiug Online npuititt tl.- Q11..1 t-r mm'rr's Dm partment. All Claim' ilacej In our hainln reii'ive our Prcmpl Feraanal Attention, tlienl'jr cut!nt raany which, in tL handaef an Alturtieyal unrdl.taut point. fro,ueiitly proTa uiienctvtufiil. Anid from tit ui decided adf untm, our daily Inter ooume Willi all tb lpJtijif nt. en.th'.pii ue In tuoa oaaea 10 obtain ilrcitioiii uukIi luuie apeedlly thaj where al comtuunicatiou aud other liocin:'iiiy ib tatl Duat be eou'luuted tlirnuyh tbe tuitiU. To tltli and, woi.ilii.il ,vou lo forward to . 1 any tr all caw ofeut b rbnrai-ter yo tuny from l ine to time have preaentetl, ami, I. our cu.tom, we w .l fur niab yon w ith all 11m tiei-ewry tlanka, and, when reqnlrcd, tnetrucllone. No charge made lo auy ctwe uuleee "ncce-.Tul. AiMreut ClIARI KS H. OKCKN, Sv, ii f'berry Htrert, NiwbrllW.,Ten It I" IT It ' " ac . Uow Kicnaan Wai taoM.. Mayor of Whinrtoai Cil. e. n. riar.cu GinKox I. Bill T:KHeH ViDkaxt a.. H. OrpTW Kiuaa lUaniT WiLUAJi laii-.... JiJKlilM l. LroM,.... Cai,B P.. li'mau... Capt. W. W. DowiiNa.. . W. T. HmtttaeM t o . . . tiotnruln.iimi'r of Pub It) A BulMJnji. Erie, Pa. ..rbila.leihia, 'a. .Warrea, " . Krie, ..'oreroorof Ohio. ..t'hinmu, Illinoia. ..Watei lown, N. V, ..El ie, Pa. . l'atnkera Wa.Mn(tCB). T). C. .Meatlrilla .Ta.; .1 liuiljio, Illiimit. .True Hunt-, In, I. iui'iiinati, ifhio. Wm. P. PaATTir.a Ki. .. . Hiatal. A. roan, Km Coat lUannca, K-l D. A. Pox an, Knt W. 4. W Koi--o, U.in. Uviiit WRil.ru Pan I'r tut cci,f;ilt John I. llraM, k. Aurora, Inri. A. K. HavaT,K-ii Nebrnaka, N. T. W. K. Hiavar, K-n Oumtia ity, N. T. Hou.H.d. Iaiit Peru, N. T. Hala 1'. Caor, Kq....l'ctriit, With. Tiiom.h SI. Wuo., ('.... New lialllinore, M'C WauiiuA Jarmaix K-oknk, Intra. W. 1. rli.cHi.j, K Kuuwia Territory. H. HurnsaTtix, 1.18 k Co..'JW llroadway, V. Y, Bowaaa, i'.r,na li IUau .12, ji and III) Vi'.wy t . ninit, .lr ... New Turk'. Otai'Ma Iiotnir .,10 Waiieu eire.t, K.T. Juauaa II. Uii'K, K.j ,Nii it, (nr., Wall !.. Mow 1 orK. L. K. IVvcmev, Km) Wiutia I l avnA, kni). (.iiikim tut, i:- Jkij C, (im n, I 'll .. V Ann a A. Kim'ii, i.'. JulyJii-ly.. ' .407 Ilroedway, K. Y. . Fulton ire-t N. Y,; . iurinnall, tililo, .. 'vMik'u.ti, Ky. . Mht.viHc, r.y. ' GUC)VF.It- XlA3CK.lt'.- SMVIXU IMI'UI.VKS FOK S!.:. ! MACHINE NEEDLES l or (Irnver A" lltthrra. Wtierler Htltsn'i and llotv .lu lilnra. Also, MAfMIINl: OIL, And vi'ury thiuif (i-Muiiiii'R I 1 Ha ting !fblnii , . Ail Uiu.e ot MACIIINEfi REPAIRED, At W. Fat.r.MAi'e 'all l'aK 1 Hu.f, for. IK.v'eiik r'ir.! and futir J-"in 1 , I .i(fri II) K. ".HltKi. Government Claims. ANDREW . LlcCLAItf WILT. tJIVK PKDMPT AT1 KM ON TH TIIK ri'll-tu'ii t.r rMii nf , , i i.lti t amsrti.a (titt-riiiiivi.( of t t'uit' I !u ' ,iiir i- ..'ii I- ,lii tine. ' ' , OFFICE ON UNION STREET, t.rt'.'n e!V ai d fheiry him It, (up t.r- over k'11 a Jl i.k Nlore, Naiivili, Tinm-u- BF.rf Sit F.NC ICS: Piio.ii i n r,Wfr E lwa"! If. kiit, H.,ini.' I T. IUi, Ilorati li. liarrutoii, A J . tliiinan. Wttktm tkntnty - ilon. .1'ir.lun M.tkfii. A'.tfa rnn.tj,-- Ur. V. H. Oonlnn, J. W. P v.-i n. I1' Ao6 (.wily 1 ul. V. II. i toi. !-. IK irrw nntutii Itnli-rt O1I11, II.M.rit" S. Hf il,li.lii.i1 M'Ai (loMiily-' VV'ii.iuMi llt"i""n. A'Anrur unnwV kdwr.l L. Jm.ioii, Wi!.'rt . Taiif. ' - .f,('.. d ..',- W'lll H. H ln mr. ilulmli iwKiil-Aliri.il'M.'i l, ,t.wr 11 tl e I'i t 11, Tluin i TrluMn, Ji"kt t!if J'avH Mi-.Iiit1. t. M trmmwili m. T. A. It. ilv'.OU, II, ill. !. ll.. i ( l!it..hri. rii'l'i-ir Wanted to Ilire, (i-xxl f.XXJH, WAS'UKH, rwt f.i ',u .Ilka. .11.,.. .