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Appointments and Promotion* In 0n United State* Army* GENERAL OKUEKS, NO. 62. WaBHlsOTON, August 'JO, 1861. j Appointments mad? by tlio President, by and with th" advice of the Senate, ami by the President alono, sinco the adjournment of the Senate, in the volunteer force raised in conformity with the President's proclamation of }t iy 8, 1861, and the acts of Conrrestt approved July 2i Hid 25,1861. Those mode by the President alone aro dufllgnated by a star. ohnkkai. nmntiu. Nathaniel P. Ranks, oi Massachiisells, to be Major Gostoral, May 18,1861. John A. Dix, of New York, to bo Major CJonoral, Mtv 16,1861. Boniamln F. Butler, of Massachusetts, to he Major Gonoral, May 10,1801. Brigadier General Raviil Hunter, to bo Major Genoral, August IB, 1H?1. Colonel David Hauler, of tbo Third cavalry, to bo Brigadier General, May 17, lsfll. Colonel Samuel P. Heaitxelman, of the Seventeenth Infantry, to be Brigadier Ueueral, May 17,1861. Colonel Kturiui-.s i\ Keves, of tlio I'Uoventh lufautry, to 1)0 Brigadier Genera), May 17, 1861. Colonel Antircw Porter, of the Sixteenth infantry, to bo Brigadier Gen ral, May 17,1861. <Vil mel Fits John Porter, of the Fifteenth inftmlry > to bo Brigadier General, May IT, 1861. Colonel William P. Franklin, of the Twelfth infantry, to be Brigadier Genoral, May 17, 1861. Colonel William T. Sherman, of tlio Thirteenth iafantrv. <o be Brigadier General, May 17, 1801. Colonel Charles I'. Stone, of the Fourteenth infiuilry, to t>e Brigadier General. May 17,1S61. Lieutenant Cob-ncl |.i>n Oir!< e Bucll, Assistant Adjutant General, to bn Brigadier General, May 17,1801, Lieutenant Colonel Thomas W. Micrman. of the Fifth ?rtill?ry, to bo brigadier General, May 17, 1801. Mojor James Hakes, of the Second cavalry, to bo Ilrigadior General, May 17,1881. Captain Nathaniel Lyon, of the Second infantry, to be Brigadier General, May 17,1801?sinea killed in tattle. Captain John l'ope, of the ror|? of Topo<;raphii al Engineers, to be Brigadier General, May 17,1801. George A. Me' a'l, of Pennsylvania, to be Brigadier General, May 17,1881. William U. Montgomery,of New Jorsoy, to be Brigadier General, May 17, HOT. Philip Koarnv, of New Jersey, to bo Brigadier General, May 17, 1801. ' Joseph Hooker, of California, to bo Brigadier General, May 17, 1801. Joint IV. 1'helps, of Vermont, to bo Brigadier General, May 17,1801. Ulysses S. Giant, of Illinois, to be Brigadier General, May 17,1861. Joseph J. lteynolds, of Indiana, to be Rrignttier General, May 17,1S61. Samuel It. Curtis, of Iowa, to bo Brigadier General, May 17,1801. ("lias. 8. Hamilton, of Wisconsin, to bo Brigadier General, May 17,1861. Darius N. 0 inch, of Massachusetts, to be Brigadier General, May 17, I Mi I. B irus King, of Wisconsin, to be Brigadier General, May 17, 1861. J. I). Cox, of Ohio, to be Brigadier General, May 17, 1861. Stephen A. Hurlhnt, of Illinois, to be Brigadier General, May, 17,1861. Fr.inr. Slgel, of Missouri, to bo Brigadier General, May 17,1S61. Robot C. Sch nek,of O .in, to be Brigadier General, May 17,1861. H. M. 1 r.ntiss, of Illinois, to bo Brigadier General, May 17.1801. Frederick W. Lander, of Virginia, to bo Brign iior Onerat, May 17,1801. Edw. i>. Baku. ,of Oregon, to bo Brigadier General, May 17,1861. B. F. Kc'ly, of Virginia, to bo Brigadier General, May, 17,1861. John A. McClcrnand, of Illinois, to be Brigadier Goneral, May 17,1861. A. S. Williams, of Michigan, to bo llrigadlor General, Muy 17,1861. .Israel II. Richardson, of Michigan, to be Brigadier Gen oral, May 17,1861. Willi tin Sprague, of Hlu.de Island, to be Brigadier Goneral, May 17,1861. Jam'* Cooper,* of Maryland, to bo Origadlor General, May 17,1861. Ambrose K. Biirnsl lo, of Rhode Island, to bo Brigadier General, August 6, 1881. Henry II. Iytekwood,? of Delaware, to bo Brigadier General, August 8.1861. Louis Bleaker,* of New York, to be Brigadier Gen oral. August 9, ISO!. . Houry W. Sine OB.* of New York, lo be Brigadier General, August 9,1801. Jam 's S. Wa-lswurtli,* of New York, to bo Brigadier General, August 9, lo6l. John J. Peek,* of New York, to be Brigadier General, August 9,1861. Ornuby M. Mitchell,* ot New York, to bo Brigadier General, August 9,1861. George M'>rell,? of New York, to be Brigadier General, August 9, 1861. John II. Martind .>,* of Now York, to bo Brigadier General, August 9,1 Sol. Major George Sloneman,* of First cavalry, to be Brigadier General, A give, 13, 1881. Major Henry W. lieu ham .* of Corps of Engineers, to lie Brigadier General, August 13,1861 Captain William F. Smith,*of Corps of Tojmftraphlcal Engineers, to lie Brigadier General, August 13,1861. Jamos W. Denver,* ?f California, to l>a Brigadier General, August 14,1801. Colonel George H. Thomas* of Second cavalry, to bo Brigadier General, August 17.1801. Egbert I,. Vjeie,* of Now York, lo he Brigadier General, August 17,1801. ADJUTANT CXVRRAL'S DKI'ARI MS.ST. Daniel T. Van Bitren, of New York, to l>o Assistant Adjutant General, with iho rm k of Maw. Aiiaustl.'l. 1861. i Lou l int, of Ohio, to bj Assistant Adjutant General, with tlio inuk of Captain, Juno 2H,1861. Joseph Bryco Smith, of X w York, to 1>.; Assistant Adjutant Oouoiai, with tl.o rank of Captain, August a, 1*61. Henry ,1. Bldtllc, of I'onnsyivania, to bo Assistant Adjntaut General, with the rank of Captain, August 3, lbtll. George S. ltoso, of Indiana, to be As? ixtant Adjutant General, with the rank of Captain, August 3,1801. Simon M. i'rost n,(.f Illinois, to t o Assistant Adjutant General, Willi tiie raiik of Captain, A t guhi 6, 1601. Tbornley S. Fverett, i isb jet of Columbia, to ! ? Assistant Adjutant Gone:al, with Hi; rank of Oaptam, August 5. 1801. Th' mas (1. Pitcher,* of Fightli Infantry, to be Assistant Adjutant Genera), with the* rank of Captain, August 8 1801. William MeMicliiud.* of Pennsylvania, to bo Assistant Adjutant Ceseral, with tlio rank of Captain, August 15', 1861. l|CARTRRMA:<TKK8' DKIARTUKNT. James Bradsliaw, of Indiana, to bo/stistnnt Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, June 30,1801. John \". Taylor, of Iowa, to ho Arsistant Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, .Jt.uo 22, 1861. Joseph Dock, of Pennsylvania, to bo Assistant Quartermuster, witli tiie rank ol Cnpiain, June 33,1801. Charles W. Muulluti, of Ohio, to he Assistant Quartermaster, with tlio rank i f Captain, June 26,1801. Fielding Lou rev, of Ohio, to be Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, June28,1S61. John W. Banki:i, of Iowa, to he Assistant Quarteimastor, with tho rank of Captain, August 3. Is61. lteubcn 1'. Hatch, of liiinois, to ho Assitvant Quartorsn.isler, with the rank of Captain, August 3.186). Jesse W. Fell, of Illinois, to 1>? Assistant Quartermaster, swith tho rank ol' Captain, August 3.1661. .1. TV. Shaffer, of Illinois. to tic Assistant Onarterm.istcr. villi the rauk of Captain, August 3,1861. Henry Curtis, of Iuwu^lo bo As.^:.;laut Quartermaster, w itb thr rank of Captain, August 3,1 861. Ediv. M. Davis, ft , to lie Ass n<ant Quartermaster, with the rank < f Captain, August 3,1801. Chandlor Ball,of , to be Assistant Quartermaster, with tho rank of Captain, August 3,1801. Henry ir. Fitch, of Illinois, to bo Ataislant Quartermaster, wiili the rank of Captain, August 3, IsOl. John I/ivering, of Indiana, to be Assailant Quartermas tor with th? rank of Captain, Augusts, IK01. Enoch P. Fitch, of Virginia, to be Assistant Quarterma-)itcr with tho rank of Captain, August 3.1861. John levering, of Indiana, to he Assistant QunrtcrmnBter, with tho rank of Captain, August 3,1861. John P. Rutherford, of Pennsylvania, to bo Assistant Quartermaster, Willi the rank of Captain, August 3.1S61. Iloxtor F. l'nrker, of Massachusetts, to be Assistant Qtiartermastor, with tlio rank of Captain, August 3, 1881. Daniel Slitiaon,of Now York, to bo Assistant Quartermaster, witlv the rank of I aptain, August 3,1861. Richard N. Pachvldor, of New Hampshire, to be Assistant Quartermaster, with tho rank of Captain, August 3, 1861. Gurdner S. Rlodgett, < f Vermont, b> be Assistant Quartermaster, with the rntik of Caiitiiin, August 3, 1861. Thornton Mnlth, of Pennsylvania, to be Assistant Qunrermaa'.er, with tlio rank ot Captain, August 3,1861. * John G. Klinek, of Ohio, to be Assistant Quartermaster, with tho rank of Captain, August 3,1861. Sam.ud llenry, of Pennsylvania, to b i Assistant Quartern* inter. whit the rank of Capiain, August 3,1861. George J. Sleuly, of Virginia, to b? Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of laptain, August 3, 1861. Charles E. Fuller, of Massachusetts, to be Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, August 3, 1881. John J. Elweli, of Ohio, to bo Assistant Quurtormustcr, with tbo rank of Captaiu, August 3,1S61. Edward D. Chapman, of Ohio, to be Asp's! an t Quartermaster, with the rank of .Captain, August 3,1861. William W. HcKim, ofMassachusetts, to bo Assistant Quat tennuster, with tho rank of Captain, August 3.1861. Joint F. Carslnw, of Pennsylvania, to bo Assistant Quartormnater, with the rank of Captain, August 3.1861. Jos. L. IVkMs. of Illinois, to bo Assistant Quartermaster, villi the rank of Captain, August 3,1861. Henry H. Hoggins,of Indiana, to be Assistant Quar tormasier. with tnc rank of Captaiu, August 3,1861. Jinn s A. Sw nine, of Wisconsin, to bo Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, August ft, 1861. Justin Hodge, of Connecticut. to bo Assistant Quarter master, wltli tho rank of Captain, August 6,1SCI. Jolin McHarg, of New York, to bo Assistant Qnartermaster, with the rank of Captain, August 5,1861. Robert N. bmti, of Imlmtia, to be Assistant Quartermaster, with tho rank of Captain, August 6.1861. M. 1). IV. Loomis, of Ohio, to b-' Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, August 5.1861. E. <J. Owen, of Michigan, to be Assistant Quartermaster, With the rank of Captain, Augusta, 1861. Nnihau Darker, of Maine, to be Assistant Quartermaster, With tho rank of Captain, August 6, 1861. Hiram V. Soo-irich, of l'onusyivania, to bo Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, August 6, lsci. J. J. Newell, of Michigan, to l>e Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, August 5, 1S61. * Charles Hopkins, of California, to be Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, August 6. 1801. Martin H. Insley, of ?, to be Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank of Captain, August 6,1861. James E. Elkln,* or ?, to bo Assistant Quartermoator, Willi lhe rank of Captain. August 0, lbtll. Jamoa E. Ektn,? of , to be Assistant Quartermaater, with the rauk or Captain, August T, 1861. James Dun lap ,* ol- , to b? Assistant Quartermaster, with tho rank of Captain, August 8,1861. Beuj. Perkins,? or , to be Assistant Quartermaster, with tho rank of Captain, Asgusl 13,1861. Win. A. Van Vl?-it,? or New York, to l*> Assistant Quartermaster, with the rank or Captain, August 16,1861. Edwin C. Wilson.* or Pennsylvania, to be Aa-Utant Quartermaster, with tho rank or Captain, August 16,1861. auBSimmtCK nsfAtiruEirr. Jos. R. Crane, of uluo, to bo Commissary of Subsistrace, with tho rank of Captain, June 38.1861 Speed Duller, of Illinois, to bo Commissary of Subsistence, witli the rank of Captain, August 8,1861. .lames Beach Clow, of Pennsylvania, to bo Commissary of Subsistence, with the rank of Captain, August 3,1861. Krnlieis Durr nf Illilit In 111. n.mB.lB??rviif SiilirfliO.nj'n with the rank of Captain, August 3,1801. lautiel Saint, of Honda, to bo Commissary of Fub.-i.xt?01'of with th> rank of Captain, Augiu-t 3 1801. W. 0. Tarkinton, of Indiana, to bo Qunmissary of Subsistence, with the rank of Captain, August 3,1881. R. N. Comiy, of Indiana, to be Oiinuiixury of Subsistence, with the rank of Captain, August 3,1861. Win. DonRb Hon, of Pennsylvania, to b? Coiumis ury of Subsistence, wiiti tho rank of Captain, August 3, 1861. Richard McAllister, of Iowa, to lie Commissary of Sub?late nee, with the rank of Captain, August 3,1861. Charlea B. Penrose, of Peuusyb aula, to be Commissary of Subsistence, w,th tho rank i f Captain, August 13, 1801. John Hall, of Pennsylvania, to be Commissary of Sub. Ristenewith the rru k of i apluin, Augi si 3,1801. Samuel It. 1!, Carpenter, of Ohio, to be Commissary of Subsistence, with tho rank of Captain, August 3,1861. Grantham J. Taggart, of Delaware, to bo Commissary of 8oM v!.c-\ With UM rank "I Captain. Aliens! 3. 1861. G. Scull, of Pennsylvania, to be Commissary of Subsistence, with tin- rank'ot Captain, August 3,1861. Samuel H. Sturdovaul,of 1'eutiR) Ivuuta to buOotutiiisR.irv of Subsistence, w ith tho rutikof Captuiu, August 3, 1861. Abijith Keith, of Vermont, to bo Commissary of Subsistence, with the rank of Captain, August 3,1861. David Wells, of CoMiect.cut, to lie Commissary of Subsistence, with tb? rank of Captain, August 3, ls6l. \ Win. Mclkirgal, of Maryland, to be Commissary of Sub| gmlenee, with the rank of Captain, August 3,1861. J.ix K. Si oilebl, of Pennsylvania, to bo Commissary of ! Siil'.-!.- ii'iita, with ill1' rank of Captain, August il, Ibtll. John King. of 1'oiitiRjrlvania, to bo Commissary of SuhRtotolico, Willi tli.< rank 1' Captain, August 3.1861. Joromiuh C. Ttlton, of Now Ham;' him. to bo Coiuntisnary of Subsistence, wtlh tho rank ol Captain, August 3, ltubort M. Musser, of Pennsylvania, to bo Commissary of tfuhstoi'-nca, witli the rnnk of Captain, August 3,lSbl. S.muol McKelvy. of IVnnsylvama, to bo Comm'SRary of Subsirtonoi', with tho ruuk of Coplahl, August 3, 1S61. Jrlm II. VfooUwaril, of Now Yoik, to bo Cumiuis ary of s ihsist/>nc??, with tho rank of t'nptAin, August 3,1SC1. r..ii!ol|/!ius Kent, of I'uunsylvaula, to bo Corauiisiny of SiibRi-tor.co, with tl'.o rnnk of Captain, August 8, l.-.ttl. William E. Coal', of ??, to bo C >n\miAR i*y Ol SubslatT.ro, with tho rank of Captain, August 8,1801. l'.'iv,.) IternirV, oi |owa, to bo Uointniss.try of Subsi.itcuoo, witli tli'- rank of Captain, August 5,1801. Sti'i'bon H. Wflib, of Ohio, l > bo Commissary of Sub-istoiico, with tho rank of Captain, August 5,1801. William 11 tturtlokl, of Illinois, to bit Commissary of Subsistcucu, with tho ruuk of Captain, August 5,1861. Aiy.stuR Morar, of Missariinsotts, to bo Commissary of Subsistence, with tho rank of Captain, August 5, 1881. II nry 1'. Woodruff, of . to bo Commissary of Subsistence, wiili tho rank of Captain, August 6,1861. Uuvil K. lit toUUinon.of Wisconsin, to bo Commissary of Mihri.-tcnc.!, with tho rank of Cipi iin, Augu st 5,1361. JohnC. Cos, of Illinois, to bo Commissary of ttubsistonc, with tho rnnk of Captain, Auguiit 5.1 SCI L. A. WarlloM, of Mary I an I, to bo Commis*a~y of Subsi; truce, with th-j ra.nk of Captain, August 5,1301. Augustus V. 1 infringer, of (thin, to bo Comtnl-wary of .jui-y.., .nr. r. wnu l. juiik ui va|u via, angus' -i, rem Nalhamol Mari'iu, of Ohio, to l>f> (.'mmiRsary uf Sub! iti.Mtai.rn, Willi tlio ran!, of Cajiiufu, Atgurt 5. 1801. A. V. (jarri.Mon,? of , to lie tommis-nry of Subsistence. wli.Ii liiuruiiKOf Captain, Augi Ht 7, tS#l. A. C. Wu!or,*of , to biiC.mimls.iary of Subsistence. with tii: rank of Captain, August 7,1831." Minion W. Mrtwardx,* of Ulluois, to lio Commirsary of Si.b.- sl.-u vvitii the rank of l aptuin, August 8, lfctll. Ko.-t'.s H. Moore', of . to bo Coinniistary of SubS..U1TC", with liiu rank of Captain, August 15, lofii. Cha lc.-> II. llimsdt:!,* of , to bo Commissary of Sab sir. tone , with tbo ruck of Ca|iliti:i, August 10,1S61. tfocug' M. Adams.* of Kentucky, to bo Commissary of SiibK.stolHV, Willi tlio rnuk of Capiain, August 17, JhOl. William M. (ji 'f ir,? of Ohio, to be Comr. iiwary of Subsistence, w ith the rank of Captain, August 17, loCl. Jacob U.-a'.ou,* of Ohio. to bo Commissary of Subrir.tcnco, with tho rank of Captain, August 17,1881. UKOIOIL TOU'ARTMKNT. floorge H. I.yman, of Mastuichuseitg, to be Brigade Surg""n. August 3, 1801. I'. It Hani 1 on,of Now York, to bo Brigade Surge.m, August 3.1861. Bui.-vS. Hewitt, of Now York, to bo Brigade S irgeou, Aug- si'j, 1801. * J. i!. Briulnu, of Pennsylvania, to be Brigade Surgeon, A :gi?.t3, lsfll. Ji in A. I.ydell. of N w York, to bo Iiriga.-lo Surgeon, August 3,lstil. * Jobti 0. Ballon, Jr.,of Now York, to lie Brigade Surgeon. August 3, lnftl. Go .rg.i Suck ley, of Now York, to be Brigade Serge id, A i. ai.st 3. IStll. Henry l!ryaiit,of Massacbusotls, to be Url tide Surge.in, August 3. isrtt. i'. W. KILaw'.rtl), of Connecticut, to bo Brigido Surgeon, At-ifuKt 3,1881. laiihir V. I-.oil, of Massachusetts, to be Brigade Surgeon, Align.'!! .'I, l.Sdl. F. VT (.11 ss, of ror.rFjlvania, to be Brigade.Surgeon, August 3, 1801. Iv.i i i i'riucc, of Illinois, to lie Brigade Surgeon, August 8,1881. A II. Itotf, of New York, to be Brigade Surgeon, August 3,1801. W. II. ( aurch, of New York, to be Brigade Surgeon, August 3, HOI. Jos |i!i \V. Freer, of Illinois, to be Brigade Surgeon, August 11,1181. llufus 11. (jilbert, Of New York, to be Brigade Surgeon, August .'1,1381. J. K. Qmdor, of New Jersey, to bo Brigade Surgeon, August 3.1881. Cli i. !es McMillan, of New York, to be brigade Surge n, Augi st 3,1101. (dull I"s ti'ls-nry, or Ohio, to be Brigade Surgeon, August 3,1861. J. o. F. llolston, of District of Columbia, to be Brigade Surgei u. Augi.sU8.18Cl. A . it. i mm boll, of l'eniisylvauiu to bo Brigade Surgeon, Augcsl 3,1881. .1. V.Hlaiiey, of Illinois, to be Brigade Surgeon, August 8,1861. Tlioinas Sim, of Illinois, to bo Brigade Surgeon, August , 3, 1861. i J. S. Bubbs, of Indiana, to be Brigade Surgeon, August 3,1361. , 1'eter l'ineo, of Massachusetts, to b" B. igado Surgeon, , August 3,1861. " i Will,am K. Waters, of District of Columbia, to be Brl- , gado Surgeon, August 3.1 861. O. Martin, <>l Massicliusetts, to lie Brigade Surgeon, Angus' 3, 1861. J. II. Ilancb, of Illinois, to be Brigade Surgeon, August 3,istt]. < VL'.l'i .ft It <lt > tt'tti'i t\f I??tl t??ttf? i t\ ?ti? S*1 iPiri?t ? i i August 3, J381. N. K. t.-erby, of Pennsylvania, to be Brigade Burgeon, August a. ltuil. Initio) M-ltuer, of Maine, to bo Brigade Surgeon, August 3,ISfll. S. It. Haven, of Illinois, to be Brigade Surgeon, August 3,1881. A. K Sleeker, of Pennsylvania, to be Brigade Surgeon, August 3. 1 SGI. J. Own, of Pennsylvania, to be Brigade Surgeon, August 3. 1861. W. )h mpson, of Indiana, to be Bi Igada Surgeon, August 3,1881. Jatuea King, of Pennsylvania, to be Brigade Surgeon, August o, Is.ctl. T. Uu.-h Sje ncer, of New York, to bo Brigade Surgeon, August ft, ISfll. j. I. Kubinsuu, of Ohio, to be Brigade Surgeon, Auge.st 6, 1801. William Glendenin, of Oliio, to be Brigado Surgeon, August 5,1*01. George (i. Sliumard, or Ohio, to be Brigado Surgeon, August 5. ISfll. PAY DKPAimtKNT. Joseph H. Eaton, or Illinois, to be Additional Paymaster, 1 June 1, 1861. Daniel H. Mel'l.atl.of Maryland, to bo Additional Pay- j master, June 1.1S61. Military storekeeper William R. Gibson, Quarter- j mast-c's Bcpartmcnt, to bo Additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1861. Thomas W. Yard, of New Yo.k, to be Additional Paymaster, June 1,1861. Joshua Howard, of Michigan, to bo Additional Paymaster, Ji.no 1, 1S61. Win. P. Goulu.of Iiwllann, to bo additional Paymaster, Juue 1,1801. An bur W. Fl"'.eher, of Maryland, to be additional Paymaster, June 1, 1861. l)a\id Taylor, o.' Ohio, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1801. Andrew M. Sallade, of Pennsylvania, to be additional P?vm ster, .luiin 1, 1861. Charles T. Kirued, of Missouri, to be additional Paymaster, June 1,1861. J bvight Bannister, of Ohio, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1,1H61. John It. Kinzio, of Illinois, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1.1861. J. 1). Webster, of Illinois, to be additional Paymaster, June 1,1861. It. K. Patterson, of Pennsylvania, to be additional Paymaster, June 1, P-01. E. P.. Paulding, of Minnesota, to be additional Paymaster, June 1,1861. Joseph A. N'uncs, of California, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1,1801. Thomas II. Ilaiscy, of Vermont, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1.1861. Malcolm McDowell, of Ohio, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1,1661. lor, June 1,1861. Edwin J). Jndd, of Connecticut, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1,1861. Chauncey P. K. Johnson, of MiESouri, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1,1861. Thomas .J. A!li.-?<>n. of Now Jersey, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1,1861. l'liilip I'en.Ueton,of Yirgiuia, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1861. William Allen, of Iowa, to bo additional Paymaster, June J, 1861. SI. K. Hazleton.of New Hampshire, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1, lfifll. IV. I". 11ns'.;in, of New York, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1,1861. It. 11. ITuyn, of New York, to be additional Paymaster, June 1,1861. p, aol Tovrnsend, of Pelawaro, Vo be additional Paymaster, June 1.1861. John Coon, of Ohio, to be additional Paymaster, Juno 1, 1861. <>o. b. Way, of Ohio, to be additional Paymaster, Juno 1, 1861. NEW YORK HERALD, Frolic. Robie, of Ma.no, to bo additional Paymaster > Junol, lSfll. Win. 1). Rochester, of Now York, to bo additional Paymater, Juno J, 1861. Kdwln C. Morse, of Missacbusetta, to be additional Paymaster, Juno 1, 1861. Milton, J. Ptono, of Massachusetts, to be additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1861. Jonathan I Aid, of Massachusetts, to bo additional Paymaster. JUno 1, 1801. Jacob A. Camp, of Olilo, to be additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1861. Kay otto Drown, of Ohio, to be additional Paymaster, Juuu 1,1861. Isaac N. Cooke, of Ohio, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1, 1861. H. Hush ( du-iiu, of Ohio, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1, 1801. Howard Mattl.ows, of Ohio, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1801. Edward lloyce, of District of Columbia, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1, ledl. Horace A. Hutch Ins, of Ohio, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1881. Henry 11. lteose, of Ohio, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1,18(11. Joseph A. Istwyor, of Now Yorlc, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1, 1861. Henry P. Andrews, of Now York, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1,1881. Adam M. Freeman, of New York, to be additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1881. ltoiaud U. I'shor, of Massachusetts, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1, 1861. Ooates Kiuuoy, of Ohio, to bo additional Paymaster, Jun? 1,1881. John P. Hrua, of Pennsylvania, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1, 18111. Henry 1.. Kiiik, of Now York, to bo additional Puyinastor, June 1, moi. Samuel A. Purviance, of Puuusylvauiu, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1,1861. (iilb rt Marsuoi, of Now Hampshire, to bo additional Robert Smith, of Illinois, to bo additional Paymaster, AMl.lML Charles K. Jones, of District of Columbia, to bo a Mltlouul Paymaster, June 1,1S01. F. W. Craoo. of Missouri, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1H?1. CldoonJ. Pall, of Pennsylvania, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1, 1861. John H. McHinir,uf District of Columbia, to bo additional paymaster, Jurio 1. 1X61. William Hhuunan, of Now Jersey, to be aldltioual Paymaster, Juno 1, lxfll. Henry O. ling ho in, of District of Columbia, to be additional Paymaster, June i, 1861. John I,, llwlge, of t > trict uf Columbia, to be additional Paymaster, June 1, lsot. I.. Id. Johnson, of Mainland, to be additional PaymasU r, June 1,1801. I,ymati S. ll-ipgoori, of Massachusetts, to be additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1SC1. Alvin V. Klliot, of New York, to be additional Flymattor, June 1, lxrti. (loorgoP. l\>!som,of New Hampshire, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1X81. Anthony Ten Kyck, of Michigan, to be additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1861. Natluui S. Brlttton, of Maryland, to be additional Puy master, June 1.1881. Henry L, Peiuti-r, of Pennsylvania, to be ad Htional Paymaster, June 1,1161. William l'es onden, of Maine, to bo additional Payin-istor, June 1, 1881. James \V. Ce,a n'.or, of Vermont, to be additional Paymaster, .lime 1,1881. Francis Jordan, of Pennsylvania, to be additional Paymaster, Juno 1, 1801. Jab' z True, of Maine, to lie additional Pnvma der, Juno 1,11161. (disdiaU II. Piatt, of Missouri, to bo additloiial Pnymartrr, .Inn" 1,1801. II. T. 11 son, of Virginia, to be additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1881. Wiu. Kicluirdsuu, of New York, to bo additional Paymaster, June 1,1881. (. h-tries 8. Ftovonson, of Indiana, to bo additional Paymaster, Juno 1,1861. Fawtiel A. Suitor', of New York, to tie additional piymastor, Jimo 1,166). J. M. Potter, of Rhode Island, to be additional Faunas tor, Juno 1,1801. Henry Foute, of Kousas, to be additional Paymaster, June 1, 1x81. Henry Hal /.hit. of New Jersey, to bo additional Pay master, June 1,1101. Ahram W. Hendricks, of Indiana, to be udditiuual Payma-tor, August 6, jwll. Amos liinuoy, el'Msssaclii s tlB, Ui be additional PayniL-ter. Aug' rt 0,1X61. H bort I.. Wi.jou, of Illinois, to be additional Psyntas t?r, Augcat 5, l.xttl. W. 11. Sontt, of Indiana, to bo alditioual Paymaster, August 3,1881. liiehard O. Warrener, of Illinois, to be additional Paymaster, August 5, IMP W. F. Camp, of New York, to bo additional Pay mas I r, August ft. 1 stil. Thom-'X McKibhen, of Illinois, to bo additional Paymaster, August 5.1861. J. O. Culver, id Wisconsin, to lie additional Paymaster, Augi st 6.1861. ('barkst*. Hempstead , of Illinois, to be additional Pay mneter, August 5, 18 >1. (leorgn |-India), of Illinois, to be additional Paymaster, August 8, 1801. t.harUw W. Cuinnboil, iif Now York, to b? additional Paymrstar, Aug' nt 5, 1861. Chailcj P,; Now York, to bo additional lny master, .<4nc; M?s ;-\.\Vrhh, W'WW Jvrtwy, to bo additional Paymaster, August S. Mtl. ? v, Jo,'in M. V, 'nl'iie , of in liana, to .? additional Pnym i.s tor, Angiist8,1861. ? George A. Mitchell,of Indiana, to bo addUkoal Paym u?tor, Aiigui t 8.1'dl, . dt' Hviiiy \Vhon> y,?i Illiuoto, to tat adrfit imM lWiafc,, tor, August fi. lrifll. V 1 i- lock'', >i Iniwim, to bn uildiliuna! Puynmsle*,'* August 8. 1881. ltoh"i 11'. fseig* * < ' the 1>,strict of Columbia, to be atl itMoral I'nyiruititor, Aug at 8.1.861. t'olumlwa8. .Sb idi-it- '",*,'8?-jta.be idWlunafll^master, Angus! 8. fa?i. w Jolui M. I'luiii . ;> * "f !' nrnk-Jvanlaj" to bo additional Paymaster, AttgnOT 14,1861. Valentino llunna* ?1' lv-.iwiylviuila, to bo additional Paymaster, August 15. 1W|. Mm gin 1.. Martin,* of V/vo tmiu, to be additional Payment T, August 17, 1861. Chns. J. ISprnguo,* ot California, to bo additional Paymaster, August 17. 1SGI. '2. rxrn.Hi?Mtigndior C.otmrnl Nathaniel T.yon. Iciilo I in battle August 10.1BC1. tu'iirSprlngtleM. Mis-o.it-'. 3. Mich "1 tbo general olSiovre, enumerated in I It above i list, as nmv not have received tb"ir oft!era, ivnl iuiiii ili-ii..le ntt.'.li- r.it- iliem liv lintel- in lbs I ii.iili.iinn t I tone rnl compiatirting tin- army. 4. The ofllerrs itpp-i ited on got.ernl Fluff will imtiieliatoly report by hut. r to tin) chiefs i f their n. i r livo !e]innmiints of tin* st ill'tit ir p.os'til nddriss 1t:c, the rrders ender which they m it ho acting, or will apply for ir< 1<th if they have receive I in im. By order. I.. THOMAS, Adjutant Gonernl. Mivpink llattt.it Mom i bit.?The Hoard of Supervisors if the county of Oralis ' w>-t at the Court lions 1 i ji shi n on the "dOth li st., to drvi !e upon yhe various do" i ices previously snluoilto.l, for llr> erection of the mono nent which th >' had u IvertWul lo he erected, on o. boore the 22d of July next ensuing, the anniversary of the nelancholy Indian massacre of tin inhabitants of Orange w.mty. Tho amount appnqriatod for the object, four honsanrt dollars, boquriitheil by the ,utc It. f ash, mvit >d very onsidera'o'e competition, and the Hoard, alter a ritical examination of all the plans submitted, re aidiiouuly awarded ilio contract to Mr. John Vander|siol, of this city, Nr. 79 Tenth street, an artist of taste ami skill. Ihe following i nscription of the work will inter, st those Ale are fsmiJar with the hostorleal incidents which it Is iPFtgtiOd tocommcmraoratc:?The lower base is of g. anite, leven and a half feet square, u|)on which Is to be piaced t marble hnso of live and a half leaf square; on the nvirhieb rso rests a die four feel in width, and four foot four Inches in heigh! ; upon the front of the die, m has relief, is a representation of tho massacre, as it occurred on Ilia banks of tho Delaware, in the old town of Miiisitik; on ?rch side, the names of the massacred, the name of (1m ticnor, with an appropriate inscription commemorating hismuniflcencc, ,vc. Tile capon tho dm is five fort s,x inches square, mounted "tt each c i tier with An eugte, and sitting between the eagles, in front.the genius ol I. b iriy, holding in one hand a wreath, and the other resting on tiie national shield, with the inscription over its head, "They Still J.ive." Tiie obelisk is twelve feet six inches high, consisting of a single piece, encircled at equal distances by time liar,ds, upon which are stain, on tiie front of the stair are the national insignia, or symlrois. Tho shaft has on its top a pedestal of two feet, elaborately wrought, ai d the wh.de rw surmounted by a tigure live feet In height, representing Hope. The t .ui riu- mt.tf ot the whole s'gn Is very pretty and Appropriate; nml, whilst il reflects ci nsiderable skill and taste upou tho artist, vi lli for uges c.uinnanrornte one of the most, melancholy and hlorsly incidents of tho year I 177P. 7 ho < ntire wotk will t o crodlUihlo to the c uinty of Orange. Tho design nuiv lw seen by tho curious at No. 79 Tenth street, near l'iitli A\ ermc. Horrible Murilrr on KllipboiU'd. CA1TAIN PWYEK, OK THE JIAItK CZARINA, OK BOSTON, Hid KKL'llNP MATH ANP ONE RE.'JUAN Ml'KPKUKP BY THE CHIEF MATE, ANP TiiK LATTER KILI.EP BY THE STEWARD. Tho piiot boat Charl s H. Marshall arrived at this port yesterday morning from a cruize. On Wednesday night she boarded the ship B. I>. Mvtcalf, Captain Stetson, from Liveri>ooi hound to New York, with n cargo of coat. Cap" tain Stetson forwarded to us by the pilot boat the follow lug despatch, which, though brief, embodies a volume of horrors :? to tu+: editor of thk hekai.d. AWKST 21, isni. Foil in with the bark Czarina, of Docton, en the 3d day of August, with ensign oet union down. Reported that tne captain, second mate, one seaman and the mate weep all murdered at sea three days before?the llrst three murdered hy the mate, and the latter by the steward. Were in want of a navigator ; seat my male, Mr. Hen it, on board to take her to Huston. In haste. JAM1S STETSON.Master ship B. 1). Mctcatf. The bark Czarina, Captain Dwyor, sailed from Cronstadt, Juno 24, and pa-H-il Elainorc, July 3, for Boston. A few days will reveal tho causes which led to the fearful tragedy enacted on board of her. Mi-rum wv.au Kkytout, N. J?On Saturday evening last, daring a drunken brawl at Arrowstuith's Mills, near Koyport, N. J., a Frenchman, formerly of New York, was shot dead hy a man named Job Smith. The body was subsequently concealed, and remained undiscovered until Tuesday Inst. Smith has given himself up, Asserting that the deed was committed In self-defence. The Coroner hold an inquest, and committed South to prison. FRIDAI, AUGUST 23, 186! NEWS FROM THE COAST OF AFRICA. Oar Liberia Correspondence. Womkovu , July 1, 1801. The Congo Negroes and the Payment for Their Support?A11 the Cargo of the Niagara Apprenticed to Free Citisens? They Speak the. English Language. Well, are Industrious Lahorert and Excellent Christians?Benefits of the Importation?The Living Freights qf the Bimita, Erie, Storm King and Nightingale Disposed Of?An Executive Speculation?A Spanish Slaver Entrapped and Captured?She is Taken by an English Cruiser from the Liberians and Burned?Distinguished Arrivals from Now York?The Native iMtlies Learninn Butie <Sr There U nothing awakening bo much Interest lu tills couutry mi tho Congo question. The government has just been paying the people tho amount dttu according to law? 13 per month?for supporting and taking enro or the Cougoca. Although they aro not aatisflod, yot they tako what they can got, trusting that the day Is not fur distant when thoy wllj | rocclvo tho amount appropriated by the United Slates governiaont for their support, which is about eight dollar* per month. The O'Ugoes by the Niagara have all been apprenticed to our citizens, to learn some useful trude or acquire in duftrloiui habits. They can all R|ioak tho English hur | guago remarkably well, and have given evidence of their appreciation of their new homo. They refuse to have any association with the surrounding natives, and have identified themselves with the laborious in habits, customs and religion. The introduction of Outgoes Into (h g country, thus far. has been a great benefit to the people. Native labor was very unreliable, tat they wore brought into constant intercourse with their nils' . wllioh neutralized all their, mil that niir.'illn.is ,.ri d-ovorod to Impress. Along tho banks of the : t. . mil rivr tbo merry a.uignf the Congoon Is hoard feeding while tli steam mills a:i<I industriously cultivating the soil. Tli > rvt-.goos by the llonlla, Eric, Storm King an I (lorn have all h<vn bound to our citizens, and are rapidly improving in tcarniug KngllsU and acquiring habits of Indextry. The l?st cargo per ship Nightingale litve been given out to oure.ilizons, though they have not been form illy up preiith oil. One hundred and eighty have died since their arrival in tli'.s |xirt. It is the general impression thut this government did not do its d ity by them; that they did nol have r:ch medical attetitiea as they ought to have had; that they were k< pt In a filthy condition; ihn I hey w~ at not pr-qierly fo l tvad, In fact, that they were not treated with that consideration and humanity which their sufferings merited. How many Cotignos were burled alive T am not pr pared to say; but I am aware that Dr. S. N. Mcliill testltlod beforo III" Grand Jury of" this e-?unty, nt the last session of | tho Quarterly Cburt, that on ti lling the recaptaclo whiro they wore kept, he compelled the grave digger to take a living man out or tho cotlhi. Po li ly a; ,1 tlltiiy were the rooms of tli.s roc.iptaclo, an I ho oWu.slvo was it to our citizens, that tho (Iraud Jut y, aft -r visiting it and examining evidences, indict nl it. Tin ; lit tk' Hit or i' gal priH'cu !it:g interfered with lliu whomteg or !'r"s, |. m U twoii. Ho ii 11 rof.s d th? numerous ipplic ittonsfrcm tho people, who w ro noxious to li:ve ilio Congers. Ho w.gx desirous of keeping l!i in in the receptacle at tl\" very IoiihI oxp euso an I nmin half starving fare: but ho war obliged to Rivelh ni ->;t to our citizens. While thuy wore in tho roooptuolo tho jKKir beings, liuir wasted away l>y disease ami aU valioii, wore ni tlio do >rs of almost ovory house in tho city It -gring f-r somuthlng to cat. II it tlocc tho ailinoil t in 0:1 it v. ti 'o.i obliged, though vo y much against its will?for it wonted tho full mnount from Uio Hinted Stilus pivernmotit tor tiieir support?to dirtrbnlc tho Congo, n .tm< in; ill people, they ? o f" arce y to bo scon. Hi y will bo token and cured lor. Koch family con ony nurse the two or tliree Congoou that it may r. reive, and, no a general thing, they ail do it will ingly nod faithfully. Ilui Ong x s ail fool an.1 art..8 ii tlioy woro superior i:t every respect to the snrro.nd ng trilies. A tew weeks ago Prince Mnnnah. tiie notorio :n cid f o( the Oallenos, al l-r hav mg dn)s): a Sf auish slaver to on tor the river an.I land ills cargo, w itli wliieh he (111 pi inee) was to purchase slaves, sent a innssgc to Preaj ksp ivmpoii. informing him Uiit a sliver was Utile' a.Ion x river. The Quail was do-pa'clicd, and General Lewis, tin Secretary of Mite, went in her. On bur ar rival the I. mi l the vessel, and capture 1 her in the name of the republic of I ih.-ri.-i. The Spaniards male a wordy rem >:wt ranee wh >i? they saw the Ijheriaa sailors cut dowu their ensign and the gallant little stir of I b u ia. On the folio* I ig day Cantata Mr.ego, of the Quail, was drowned lv!::!e going through tb" liar ta visit tho prize for tho tlist lime, and on th" day previous one of tho sailors lost his life in ih Surf. Thn Qieil! returned to Monrovia In command of lad ,t. .J. I,. Iteuedict. leaving umpteen men in charge of th prize, and ail fieS|Mtiiards, thirteen In number, en boardot Hi or vi i . el. While the Quail was hero the Ppanl ird? were permitted to run away, and l?y tin- time Ul" (Juall returned Hie prize Itad ti e i taken r-oni H e J,lher .1:1 p. i/e o)ilr..'r P., un li glish 111 iii-o. -war for iw.i reasons?ii;st. iliey questioned our Jnr sdi lion to the lor: rinry of tli (inline s . seci nil, as we hint m. treaty with .'pa u. and Ktig'ahd lit i, thoy i ? b .n (list ground. A" tho Liberduns eould not gel the ve."- el m i i Hie ' "r." ? i" " i>. tnu llir ivind win likely to r< ink.n in a> uiifnv?r.il?!'% <!ir "ition during I!"' rainy aen >ti, arid the liar tit' too tm 1 t'i lirin )ht nnt, !li in ; lchtnun could ni t w ,!. mil after I "'in i! y tnf'irin in r 1,teetered lien Met .( 'ii?* ? r itifi ill \o< "T, bo aim umi'i'tl to him Hi u ho wo.tld burn ho 011 L 1 db' an. r Ir. r rin'iif.i in o of the unfriendly feeili g wliie'i l'r".?l it-..l ll -iison ins pro hicod h'twi en tl.i rove; nun trij* Ai:,.;!lsh, WO li tvo b. eii i h ired In :bmli 10 ifioro than ono in?nlt from tl:iu ;mie UrCVM tbnn-if war, the Torch, ?; in in rhnitli. A alert lliii" .'go tlm Q;ml brrtt ;nt two In,;I,-:. V sicl to tins pd. t for I iuiatiiig <-nr lot oliu ' Ink b i benin- I bo tri'l maiie I'll'licfore our i: nrtn ol. ii'lmraliy. tin' T' ivh :..c in,a i| tut tie sir. :ig:l. in'utflcr am .' le t ... >n tlio two governments, sterna'd out ol i :r liurl 'i Low in; the ' . ssfd.s w ith her. The i n I Kcv.ani arrive;! htnu from New York on tli' T li nil.. Willi : assorted cartro,aiul wvcril wr, r ,'ji i r. 17 ' i. ' ii s of high f".' win I distinction a lion A til" nog > ' 1 i', N*. 'Ii j; Stiltes?A|r. Ooai'elsnd I.ni i, 11 it! Ir a U:.-'.ell ; i.. t rljatll! ally,'.mil Mr.'.. V.. 0 I, j t!:e (?;. t > at 'hii'U !'. bo- .of whan are In .il?'iit -?i tie' . < i i..m;'y w In oarim i some rejialalion tiv trivia" eon ,0 > in t ie No t;!' !| S i' h and ( allllil.e- All-, I'rt r Potviiiug ami in..,, ol Pnnam ov. t. r n,.Mioty, unit oli* *tr. Tiie win! is i.tilio: llie control of liie le ise , f .a, Turpin ,'v Puiibar, >1' litis eily, tvl'o i it 11 k*'.oiv;t to : a"..; wl.o, by tiinir an e, .. thus Tie, li.tv l irr.eil their u'.ieiite It towards this omul.y. '(I Ik: :ir; i . '.'ili . es (o a.. .,cit it will !> 'tli nt'-a 1 ol j ie rin,. i'i":n ie a Iriy of I ib'i i tv eh i will iudi cc many lo try ill ,r forluni s ou there distant 'niioriK. Mr. I,i:ci mid Mr .' '.V. horn gave a concert in this city a short lini" go, which was d"M8"I.V rroivdod Willi a highly r fmei table a . i'lie.e. |'i, el n.t l'.en.oii, c\ President Roll,nis ami oilier <:isti,iin,;slicd per? .ns w-ro present. }Ve:'|uctrt of llotv *rs if re showered upon both of tlieni, mill t a i ;i..ina:ieoi.s liar. t : of ehtlinxnam at tlm> I'Oi I'lnnon III e ill ee alt, ted tlio a ili-i'in'tioti an I P)l"?f.| atiellOl till' un til lice. If. I.uea ir. now I'llgaged ill leaching our' ohes th" pjutio, and i understand ho is likely to have a 'nig class. Pol Ice Intelligence. Aitniirr ok St* - i r.'Ti-ii It' ri;i.ai:s.?The K.gh th w ird poll* ri n? (il.ieekr, u trunk containing a (urge quantity oi silver it'iil piste,I wire, ixlt.iv n bttepirom a house in UU't'ckor street on last Saturday night. They npc u t.nir.ti ! that throe mer.. hatim ! .Johli t'u s y.lVedcrl' k M?<My ami John Smith, w r the parties w!><> he! run eeiled the t' i'nk awl -i t **r at tho.Morcer street house, nod arr *'.cd tln-m on suspicion of being burglars. Tlio prt woners vv to Ink- n I) :ti ' Justice Connolly imd roir.mil I ml for examination. Th irxpl wus riven ill < l>:uof llm jioiice property clerk. VintAnwi t.ik 1'apnoukit Law.?('onrint* A. Ten F.yrk. ft pnflg.'tig'T or shipping ug ml, living ill BDuoki.Vtl. W W arrested M'JU'lay afternoon by ulllc-r Mason. of the Twenty* sixth precinct, charged with milling a b***"#1' tir.koi not filled out a cording to law. On Saturday lapt Ten Kyck, while in fit ut of fit 3 villi street. accostr-d John Mnhor, a German th"n passing, nnd asked him it h Vvauted to go to Liverpool. Mahor paid "y. s;'' whi-rruprn 'I'm Kyrlt plat ml thai the ship Great Western was to rail in two hours, auil that ho wonlti roll loin a s rahln ticket for $14. The ticket was bought, lint the holder subsequently ascertained that the Crist Western had wailed for Liverpool that morning.. !t afterwards n'so appeared that the ticket wild b> Ten ityek war not ma le I out according to law as it failed to g-wo the owner's name or Urn names of the consignees oi Ui- ship. Hence the j complaint and arrest. Ten I yrk van* taker, before .luwiieo Cbborn and heal to hail in f500.tr> answer. Mr. Russell \V, Adams, of 110 Wall street, became his bondsman. To Kyik was hauled up a lo*. weeks ago on n similar charge, loit i laitniag ignorance ui the law. was discharged on Ih' promise lint tla re -hx.ild ho no more cause of complaint against him on that, saxre. Thxmns t'. Koch", another passenger agent, was is sontly arrested lor a similar (fence and held to answer. Captain llartt, win haw.no effectually sit neeil tin tick"t Rwindlers. is determined tosnreatall violators of the jus genger art brought to hie notice. Arrest ox a Norxn Horse. Thief?A Loan Chase, nut ! flnai. Cattl'rk oetiik i'ajvty and ilki ovrry of the i'rontkTV.?About four monUiK ago the vititiiiy of Rlmira w is made (he arose of many robberies, whs h mostly consisted of valuable horse* which were s'olcri from th" hams nt nlglit, or hi ret for a lew hours from livery stables, but wlileh were never returned. Among i si.- ? ...U.. 0?tr..rn,l U.I. rl?. liMn i.r SU'tii-i;,,.. 1. O.M. !, : , ..re stable keepers at Port Jttrvis; also Owen l\ Mcii \ , "f Elmira, tlio latter losing ? beautiful pair of hot It wagon valued at over $700. A doscripiion of tie lot having be n obtains) l/i" r ise was place ?t in tli" bau.is ' f William laic, Chief eif Police of Elinirn, >vho he >. since the rohliery, boen untiring 111 his exertions to capture ilsi thief nail the recover iho property, lie succeeded in ascertaining the first pln<;e the property was 'lis;* d of, ami dining the above time it ha* been soft and rewlii from on plane to another, until at just Mr. l.ee succeHed in recovering tho pro|>crty in Cbanor-ticat. H t-irniu ; lo this city he, on Saturday, had tv? satis action o| < ming across tilt) Identical man he had, hr.en so I >ng in search of, who he Immediately arrcstft and conveyed to the police he*l(|uarters, where he pave his name mo Mr. Trumbull, llo was accnrdiagly taken bark to Klmira last evening, where ho will b<e committed to answer. It is presumed that ho in the party who committed all tlio robberies in and about Rmtra. Akrwt run Ansoa.?At the instance of the Kirn Marshal, Captain Turnbull, of the Seventeenth ward, y osier, dny arrested Solomon Ttlthlll on tho charge of sotting flro to the premises No. 40S Fourth street, on Monday Inst. The facts ojiclted at tho Investigation proved that too Arc was no aaldcut, aud U? Fire Marshal acted M ebore. L Fires In Nrw York. A SSAMIIOAT III'KNKJ). Shortly after two o'clock on Monday morning a flro broke out In tho steam towbuat Frank Curler, lyiug at tho foot of Jay atrnet. Tho flames wore Bret noon to ieaue ainldship, Tho flromon succoodod In Uoodiug tho boat so that olio sunk, thua extinguishing tho the. Tho boat Is owned by Thomas Cornell, of Rondout. Tho damage will amount to about $2,500. Tho value of tho boat is represented to bo about $10,000, auld to bo In surod. Tho causo of tho tiro Is at present unknown. INCENDIARY FIRB IN FOURTH 8TRKKT?SEVERAL PERSONS NARROWLY K8UAPK SUFFOCATION?ARREST OF TI1K OWNER OF TIIK UOUSR ON SUSPICION OF ARSON. About throe o'clock on Monday morning an alarm of (Ire (jNtlf dIju'a in 1)ia hiuirdiiio' Iiiiiiha of Mr* Vrnnnn* A Kirby, No. 405 Fourth street. Tho alarm soon brought tho police to tho promisos. All tho iuniutos of the house except one wero compelled to escape through tho scuttle to tho roof of a back extension. Mr. Mocker escaped hi his night clothes, injuring himself severely on the leg by broken gloss. Mm. Klrhy and Mrs. Crosthwait and the two servant girls mode their escape through the untitle. Fire Marshal Ikiker was quickly at the premises, and at once went into auexamination. Me found no less tliau six distinct and Independent (Ires kindled, which lit oaco established the work of Inrendiarlsm. There wore four tires in the parlors,one in the kitchen and ouo in the front liasomoid. The basement lire was prepared by placing several clmirs one on top of tho other, making it pile, thon by sotting lire to nuWK|*|>cnt which lliod the chairs. Tho lire in tlio kitchen was made in a like manner. The Ures in tlin t"i .-i i- lllitnii oy hi ni|; Ml|i? iuo (lirri-:* HI lurilliure. Tlii' cRlininleil Ions tu tho household oTocls will lie all'"it $1,000; covered by in?-nance In Ih n Metropolitan Insurance Company. The building in owned bv Mr. Wright; tho (Inmn^ <l(ine to it amounts to alxmt $300; insured. Tho suspicious i Ircumstaiiccs of tho Urn caused tho police to arrest Mrs. Klrby ami Mian O'Connor,a servant itirl, on suspicion. They worn takm befnro Justice Steers, and ' linlii fin- a further investigation to be unule by tho l ire j Marshal. Kirk in TIaxk Stukst.?T>ktsi'itios or a I.tnos Manukapti rino Bmuuno?Loss$25,000.?Between five and six o'clock on Monday morning u lire broke out in the boiler room, on the first floor of tho building Nos. 143, 145 and 147 Hank struct, occupied by several tensuts for manufacturing purposes, ninl owned by William Van Hook. Tho It inns sproud rapidly, and notwlthstrnding the ufP iris of the firemen tho entire building and Its contents were destroyed In less than hall'an hour after tho flro hroke out tti building was a .smouldering heap of ruins. Kroin what we could learn on th.i prcmi. es the lire Is s ip nosed lo liavo b'On caused by a bu'k drauglit. The loss of Mr. Van llook, on building and machinery, will amount to about fid,000 or Sld.ftiKI. Insured for $0,000 iu the following insurance n m p.miis, vlt?Wilj llumsbttrg City, St. Nicholas, Hamilton, Harmony, ft. Murks, North Western, of Oswc ro; State, of New llavcn; Jersey City,and Stale, of Je.s y City. The first Hour was | occn) i "1 by Stewart & Hunts, machinists; loss about $800, no Insurance, aud also by SUbmau k llsl . as are-sawing mil!: loss about $3,000, insured for $1,000 in tho New York ami l.re ins ,ranee Company. Tiles '.'on 1 llonr was rs-cup i'd by Pliorman k H eti, packing b.>x manufacturers; 1,1?" 1 !?, COO iiiKiM-i?l I',ii- -> '.1 11 1.1 Ih.i l!ntir..r? nml am lh r rlty e. mpany. The ihirii (loiir wits occupied liy Ha if. .v l ost, carpet cleaners; Jots .about fj.000 oil UUtUhi-ny ainl about $400 on carpets, no Insurance. Flint in wnnt httoaiiwav?ixji h aimhpr 5^0,000.?Shortly after ten o'clock on Tuesday morning a lire broke out In tho dreg warehouse of Fortonlncli, Writer maim & l'rygaiid, No. 131 West lirornhvny. It originated in tlio basentcnt l>y tho ignition of some alcohol, f'everal parties were engagod taking an account of stork in the basement at the time, anil narrowly escaped being burnml. Mr. l'rygr.nd, who was in the store at the time, ru.ilicd into tho busetn ut and trie 1 to extinguish the lluiuus. lie was driven hack by the heat and had his eyebrows burn d. The Humus genu reached the iiiidtilcnnhe.xb'rcuudcntiimunr. it "i tho (Ire to the upper fioora through tho dumb waiter, it fore the llamos wero extinguished the entire inside of Hi ' build ti; and its contents we. o ih slroy at,and bad it ti.it been for tho sloani tiro onginra Die lire would in ad |>robahitily have extended to the adloUiiiiK buildings. The I'.ss in the stock will nmount to ulKmt tHftM'O; insured fur iu tho Manila tan und 1'uter f'oopnr lu ruranee Coin anlca. Tho building belongs to the estate of \Vi*korm.mdi. It Is damaged about $4.00u,iind insured in th.i I'oter ("asiper and Manh ittan Insuranm Companies fur $4,000. Mr. Krygan l resided in the np|ier part of the b'l'siing. His furniture is toluily il stroyuil. Iauts nlKtul $1 ,oW; Insured for ?uo0 in the Manhattan Insurance Company. Ifuildlnjr N'o. 1-0 is occupied on the first liner hy Mai ks Frio lir.au, as a beet and shoo store and dwelling. Tli'j stock anil furolturn was m stly taken oat; it will bti damaged about $00 orJlfK); insured for $1,000 on llio stork. The upper part of the building is occupied bv I avis land a a dwelling; fi.rnlturr t lightly damaged; insured for $coo in the 1'uclllc Insurance Company. The a tin in f"r tin Third district between twelve and one " ek i k, wan causa.! by a "park from a steam lire nyi'ie a tling tire to the shingle roof of building No. 1 York | treat. It was quickly cxlinvumhod. Damag" trilling. Al'UtlE.YT TO liRtTtStt VOLtTXTKRItS Wltrt.K llATIItN'O.?T.l'-'nt. V till, olPe-T of the day at ft,imp i-iiton, Stat n Inland, ie;tofl? to Major Hamilton, Commander of llio British Volunteer*, that about nine o'clock yestorrhty morning I pi ivalns Turner, r.nulley, Kills and Kent, of Company AI S'kill!, of Com, any II, am) X.a lloretto, of Company C, j wr.toif on a bathing excursion, and while they were in in' water h wave to.-a.'rt tlie oar* ovrb.' ?ri|. All tlio ' weti lorturuCdy gained the beat, b ,t could not recover i lie o'ii'h. and were last 11 drifting toward the ocean. 'I. la l ops! 1i1.it th y will bo picked up by conio homeward bound craft. Coroner's Inquest. T , ' I.AiK If )Mi 'in:-; nv tiik Stiff CiTT or M iiet.r ?Coroner ,lii< lrni;in on Tuesday cuncl.idod on Inquest in the cane of Cli . I, nv', a rail'r b'longing on board tlio ship City of Mobile, who dt-\ from injuries received on beard that v I Tlie evileac gh nw' 1 that docoxsod had received in o ''.er from 111 second mat 1 to greapi! tho masts. lie r plied li.a1 ho lia l i.c r be -n aloft a.id was a.raid to go. Iltosieend m de tlion a o.'.ed a br ">111 handle and with It heat ile1 0eu|:,-rarely, ka .eking hltn down three times. 11;e hi'I tnnt" eto"d by at liie t ,ine Had P nd to tile s l>ordlnate < Ulcer, "jri.ok" bint g >, Ill I. C ' htm ;o a' ift." 'Ihe d' <;'a d then imeeii I. I til" for niay 1 .1* the topvalin'.l en irees. and, gin u alt"r ro.i'I'llig l!i' ">. fed buckwards into I In shrouds. lly order .1 il s-pd tna'n line M'll'.r. idn : I liim ilid b .Il d ' ill deck. where he soon "fpiiod. Xlr. John He. II Ilea tlujt he had ma le a po: Mortem exatuiu" - body, and I found marks oi v.ol 'me upon to abdomen, back, bi nd ali.l lace, but w. 0 <.id_e nr o whotiur Hey Wi ll, llio result l lie . or 11. fall. The jury rem, ivl u vordi' t of <' al.ii 1 c lull from t'u ci'OrB tn es. and that said ia'l was an... d by violciic previously i!dlic'"d by K. Thompson, Hi" i j.h1 nnte, and Dial l'rodk. I*etm"fetlmr, th" flrst mat", was an aider nud abettor of sail violi n ; I'ennefeth r wax prom t.'y nrrested (liul c unmi'ted I 1 til' Tou.Ih. T uonips ill e""qs.."t to ai after llio death of I/nvu, and has not been 'ok si. ?<nlM> <1 Vmi j Cokoxsk's lMji'Kir.?Coroner (joold ou Friday after, noon held an inquest 011 the hotly of ('.harlot Ilahr, in Isovo's Wnoos, New York avenue, oil the. I inger Board rcn-l,Clifton,Staten Island. 'the deceased, it apptarfttl roiii the evidence, was b German by bit lit, hot a nato. ralfzed citizen of the t'nited Stales. His death was discovered by arcident, nn l when first observed, he was hanging by the it", k Item a Ire" in lite woods. It was a cant of determined suicido, for tlm uufm tunatu man was so Intent on s ill'destruction that, in the nbsenco of cord or rope, ho twine I some creeping branches round bis neck, and by this means eflbfttually put oil end to his -ox iHtonce. The body wheu cut down was In an advanced late of decomposition, and after th" iuipiest was do pjgit<al in a shell, and buried near the scene of Ins raabi, und untimely end. From papers found in bis pocket, it ; was ascertained that deceased war for snma v iry \ real-, dent ot ConiieeMeot. Me v. ns about thirty". years of age, live foei and a half in height, Jight re- h hair and full bushy whiskers of similar hue; was dia.. <1 in lino black ekdji < at and pants, line ; hirtami gray tindotshirt. Wh -n starched, a dollar and forty nine cents was found in his peckels. Tin- jury, in ; c odance with the facts elicited, found that deceased e> minittcd suicide by hanging himself at tlic place ?n ' in the manner described. United states Commissioner's Oilier. Ik-fore Commissioner Osborne. cuakok OK CIIII.d mckdkb. ArorsT2')?Tle> Comnib-ioncr issue 1 a warrantor arrest for Casper Hey re and Ernestine Hesse, his reputed wife, charged with the mnrdi-.r of tlietr infant, aged ono year and six tnonths, on bo tnl tlio ship Duchess of Hrabant, on the Inst voyage from Bremen to New York. Official Drawings of Wnotl, Kddy A Co.* KKNTI'CKY AN1) MBFOl KI .STATE M/n'MHIEA Knxri'cKY, Kxtrx Class 14u?August 1S1,1861. 7'2, 70. 53, 2d. -lit, 41, 74. titi, 62. 4s. 73, 34. KJUtrrrKT,Clans 450?August 22, ISfll. U, 22, 4, <53, (31. 4is, 1, 37, <;*, 30. 34, 10. Circulars sent free of charge by addressing either to WOOD, EDDY It CO., Co. yton, Ky.,or St. Louis, Ho. liayal llarnna Lottery Prize* cashed; circulars and information furnished. Address T. De Oribuela, 22 Nassau street. Anson's Daguerreotype and Photograph I Gallery. 5S0 Broadway.?large size for 50c.; Hiotogr.qdis, ! extra large size. $1. Anson lias many negatives of sol diets who have -one to tho war, from which ilu'dicutcs may Ih? h;ol foi (> Card Photographs fcur fbr |1. Kej member, ANSON'S, 6*9 Broadway. Crtetadoro'n Hair Dye, Wigs and Toa? pre8, the best in the world; wholesale ami rcuiil, outl the iiyo pi ivately applied at No. 6 Astor House. Ilill'a Hair Dye, uO On!*, Black or brown, best In i.so. Impot Xo 1 linn ny street, nod sold by all druggists. 0 Trasses.?Muri.li ?b Co.'s Rndlcal Care Truss, No. Vesey street, Astor House, opposite the church. Military Shoulder Braces and Abdominal Supporter* combined?A new and superior article, st MARr-'H 4 CO.'S Truss onice, No. 2 Vesey street, As tor House. Bolls, Tumors, Sores, 4c? are quickly eradicated from tho system by the conjoint influence or JJoliowsy's Ointment sail fills. 5 Oar W?r M?p?-Colored Kdltlon. A new edition of the UKRALD War Mai*, on calendered paper, beautifully colored, In now ready. Size of sheet 40x60 Inches; contains thirty-four maps: Thb Barn* Fikld at Bull Bun; A lliRti'g I ts Vitw or Tint Barren Staikh; large maps of Missouri and to* Sxat or Was in tub Wkst and the Skat or War in Vikuinla, and thirty others, showing at a glance the Whole Seal of War, and marking clearly and distinctly the armies' movement* positions, ramps, liar bora, forts, kc., printed in superior style, on one side of a largo siicet, so that thoy can U> hung up lu library, office or workshop, for preservation and referonce during the war. These maps wore drawn and engravod expressly for the NKW YORK HERAIJ), and are the most perfect War Maps Issued. Slugle ooplos* 26 cents, 8 for $1, 46 for $0 and 100 for $12 60. Agoula wanted everywhere. Address HOWARD F. LLOYD Al CO., exclusive agents for tho colorod edition, 208 Broad way, Now York. HtMrlielor'a Ilnlr Dye?The Best tit th? world; harmless, reliable anil instantaneous. Sold autl <t]>l>lii'<l ut BATtTim.(?R'S Wig Factory, 1ft ltond fltroct. Married. Ilinsnnun?Salomon.?On Wednesday, August 21, at Iho Greeuo street Syltugoguo, by tlie Rev. Dr. Ruplndl, Jacoh IIih-ukkik, of 1'iitsbnig, to Zippokah, oldeet daughter of I. J. Salomon, ! '?].,of this city. I'ratt?Sirni.?On Thursday, August 22, by the Ror. ('. S. Conkhug, Wit.mam M. I'iiatt, M. D., to Miss Fannw ii. Smith, ail of this city. JDled. Ai.i.kn,?At Bushwtck, I. I., on Wednesday, August 21, Jautma Aim*, wife of James Allen, aged ai years, 0 month* and 20 days. The friends of liio family are requested (o attend I ho funeral,tlis (Friday) afternoon, at two o'clock. Hknisicit.?At Fort Hamilton, on Thursday, August 22, Mm. Hawaii Hknnkt7, aged 8ft years. The relatives and friends of the f unity are Invited to attend the funeral, from tbo rosidenco of her mm, Richard Dennett, Fort llauiiiton, on Saturday afternoon, at two o'clock. lioiiKN.?On Wednesday, August 21, Fdwako J. Dour*, m the 3Sd year of lim age. mo ii'iaiiv h .uiu h ii'iidH 01 ins lamuy aro respectfully itivitoil tn attend tho funeral from tils late residence, l hrogs Noclc, Westchester, this (Friday) altoruuun, at two o'clock. lit KtsKi.t..?On Thursday, August 22, Mary, daughter 'of tho late John ],. Jiurtsell and lmrothea Morrogb, aged IS yours and 4 mouths. Tho frlouds of tho futility are Invito,! to attorn! tho funeral, from tho Church of tho Immaculate Conception, lust Fourteenth stroot, this (Frilay) morning, at halfton o'clock. ilKcKKK.?Joiin Husky IIkukkr, lnrant sou of Henry and Amelia Heritor, agud 1 year and II days. The friends of tlio family are invited to attend the funeral, on Saturday afternoon, at I mil'past throe o'clock, fiotn 246 Henry street,: oath Hrooklyn. Biotas.?On Wednesday evening, August 21, Hiuuaru Birkb, in Ilia 70.h year of his age. The lulalivesand friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend tho funeral, thin (Friday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from his lato residence, foot of Columbia stroot, lted Hook i'oint, Hro iklyn. I'AKiikBv.?In Ireland,on Wodncsdny, .Inly 31, aftera Hi geriug iiluess, Fra.yus T., I.rolhor of Patrick and Johu I. la hicy, ul tins city, aged 3d yearn and 4 months. CTuuis.?-On Wednesday evening, August 21. Ctjcuknc*, infant, son of Charles M. and Augusta Childs, aged 0 mouths and 12 days. The rolativoa and friouds of tho family aro invited t<> attend tho Mineral, from tho roe id once of liis parents, 14 Wewt Twentieth struct, this (Fi iday) ufturuoou, at llireu o'clock. Oilmen?On Thursday morning, August 22, Makoarii* CurRrn, only daughter of t harlos and Margaret Church, aged 2 yeaia, 3 months and 22 days. Tho relatives and friends of th family aro rospoctfully iuvitud to attend tho funeral, from the ro.-ddrnrn of her pan tils, No. 315 West Twenty second street, this (Friday) Afternoon, at two o'clock. Baltimore and Chailoston papers please copy. Ciimminum.?On Thursday, August 20, J asks, son of a James A. and Amilo I'ummiugs. aged 5 months and I day. Tho frl-udsajid relatives of the family are respectfully invited to attend tlio funeral, turn (Friday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from the residonuo of his parouts, 48 Downing street. I'Ks.iuinos ?On Thursday, August 22, Michari, ( riuuiitoy, u native of iho city of Dublin, In land, aged 20 years. Tho friends of the family uie respectfully invited to utfnmi Idas f!iTii?r.*iJ. tram h>u Inttx rtviiihnnnn Six 71 W/tuhinir* ton-strect, un Saturday afternoon, nl two o'clock. DaweOd.?On Thursday, August 22, Mrs. Isabella Daw* sow, aged 12 years. Th? Jri -lids nf the family sro' respectfully lor I tod to attend the funeral, from her Into residence, No. 154 I'asl Thirty-fourth street. < n r'attirjay morning, at eleven o'clock, with ut further invitation. lioiKiutrtt.?On Wadm-aday morning, August 21,0urn i le MWKM., si n <4 I'otiJ'iitun Dot:g!a?, of Kurt Washiugton, aged 14 years. The relatives and friends nre respectfully invited to nttend the funeral, from the residence of his father, Hits (Fri .uy) afUirnuon, ut live o'clock. I kvs-ny.?On Wednesday, August 21. Gannon Duvkkwy. The fid.-tcls of the ftunily, also the members of Mosaic I,t? go, 408 K. and A. M., are invited to utteudlli? funeral, from Ins late residence, 127 Madison struct, this (Friday) afternoon, at live o'clock. Karlr.?on Wednesday, August 21, Job* H. Kajilm, soli of the late William Karle, aged 10 years. The funeral will take putco this (Friday) afternoon, at threo o'clock, from tlrr residence of his mother, Mrs. Knima Karle, !K) Orange street, Uruoklyn. Osweg i ami Fjigllah papors pi aso copy. Hutcuinson.?Suddenly, on Thursday, August 22, Mr*. Lt'fv Huniiixbon, widow of llto lute David Hutchinson, aged 75 years. Tlie relatives and friends of the family aro respectfully invit-il to attend flic funeral, on Saturday ufturiu ou, at two o'clock, front her late residence, 1D1 Grand street, without further notice. II '.r,.\x.?on Thursday, August 22. Joasrn Patrick, boloved son of Joseph and itositna llogtn, aged 5 utoutlia and 17 days. The friends of the family are respectfully Invltod to at. teml the funeral, this (Friday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from the residence of his parents, 312 Ninth street. Kal.r.?On Wednesday, August 21, after a short illness, Mr. <!notion Kai.s.r. Tho relatives and friends of th i family, also the memhers ol Harmony Divlsuti No. 6,.Sons of Tonipernnco, aro i i'S.k elinlly invited to attend thu funeral, from his Into residence, 147 Norfolk stre t, this (Friday) afteino in, at one o'ch ck. Tie remains will Lie taken to Cypress Hill Cemetery for ltd rment. I one island iiapers please copy. I m.i.isio.?A' Ami Mass., on Sunday., August 18, R F.'if.n Krii/ks-'I, of this city, n-'oiI 2ft years. Moxr.t.NVK.?On Wednesday .-veiling,August 21, Amanda Van Ks k. wife of Wlillam 11. Muutanye, ag-d 3d years aud tl mentis. The r,dam-en and friends of tho family are Invited to attend the funeral, fri m her late residence, 117 Fourth sire t, this (Friday) afternoon, at one o'clock. I'ottfck iv.?In IJrooklyn, on Thursday, August 22, Julia ,,r lli-i.vr.. mi.I Ann fli-sti IN.mn. rny. i'h' k?At Portchestcr, New York, Henry A. Pkck, In the 50i.li year of his age. Tli'-' relatives an 1 friends of the family are respectfully invitcil to attend the funeral, from tins residence of hit brother, James H. Peck, Portchestcr, this (Friday) morninn, at eleven o'clock. New Haven Had road trains lea vS Twenty-seventh street at 7 and 9:30 A. M. lltckll..?On Tuesday, August '30, KuzAnnn Rerun,, aged 73 years. The relatlvoe and frionds or the family., and those of hop nephews, Samuel and John H. Bucket, arc invited to attend the funeral, from Christ Church, corner of Fifth avenue and Thirty fifth street, this (Friday) afternoon, at two o'ch ck. The remains will he interred in Trinity Cemetery. ICmfiwi,?On Thursday morning, August 22, Emma. , EiJSABrrn, daughter of William and I'auJinc Hirgcr, aged i T year, 11 months and 16 days. The relatives and friends of tho family arc respectfully,, Invited to attend the funeral, this (Friday) afternoon* at half'paetjtwo o'clock, from Staten Island. 1-fflvg.sN.?In this city, on Tuesday, August 20, iiATnn(|P? Whykxs. in the 29th year of his age. 'i ho r. iatlves and friends of tho family are ref yectfy^ly invited-to attend thetunerul, without further i syitatlpti,,, from the residence of his brother-in-law, J. Ma' shall. No, 614 Ninth avenue, this (Friday) morning,at tc 'clock. Schastin.?iii Brooklyn, on Wednesday, A gest 21, olui scarlet fever, Howard Hakhiman, aged 3 years . 8 months, and 22 days, son of Edwin K. and Jane V. H. i-" van ton. The relatives and friends of the family are respjctfulIjB invited to iilt< n I tho funernl, this (Friday) yftarnnon, at< half past two o clock, from the house of his graii<1f'i!4v'r, Inrnvnus Joiitison, In Baltic street, corner (gJdisks street^ Brooklyn. Wn<r.?At Washington, P. C., August JO, Ueutcivin*. Frkmcrick 0. Wicxt, U. 8. N., aged 22 yoaiaand 3 tgy/ths. The friends of tho family and tho officii?* of the I r.itodi States st"i?mcr Vixen are requested to a1 send the fu ural, from the Baptist church at i'iscatawa;.,N. J., (Krl-. day I afternoon, at throe o'clock. Tho friends urn lenvA* in ?he twelve o'clock train from Cortlajdt HtrecAymd stoQi at tlie Baptist depot, where carriages^ will bq.npottends ance to convey them U? tho churcli. lilltCEhhAKUOUH. At $3, uourae soi-e sh'.*s, ax *v so," Quilted Coigrcss Gaiters, j new sti /t, iUJ ONES' 1? and 12 Ann street. A BLACK OR BROWN.?GEORGE'S HAW DYE, the cheapest and best; price 37a. per bcg.ur thro* for fl. Sold.*t the drug atero, 306 GwmdAlrteti. C10RN3, BUNIONS, utverten NAILS* EN LA rg eh J Jolris, and all diseases of tho feudkcured without pain or inconvenience ?> tho patient, by k>r. ZACHAKIE, Surgcot* Chiropodist* 709 Broadway. "itefnrs to physi. clans and surgeons cf this city. Jupoe ye who that i .lit. i have ha? my bead split to two halves, and haw no visible-horns tn the flesh. Now all that would worship mo mast keeg the commandments of Cod and tho faith of Av win. Foe tho same mwuro ye measure to others staJl ho me*, sured to you again. If yo defila others daughter*, your'a (without they fly to Jrjua |t>c Tcfoge) shall bo dollied. If yo defile othor's wives ,your'S shall he defiled with them llmt one protects. Now all that have not your names written in the jjunb'a Book of Life., looK out and get It done, STRONG 8 PATENT A';MY TRUNK AND PORTABLE Bedstead combine )# Corner of Warren street and Broadway; price $11 and Us. paxspot ;xs_no person can now leave thol'ijity. stales without one. They arc furniahod In thirty si* .lours, on application to and by EDWARD BBHCLL, U. V. Passport Agfint, 4c., 271 Broadway, cornel <3j?tnbor? strofit,