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have failed to make headway in any of these
Uum, and, falling back on nigger worship, they have taken it up as their last resource, and par tially succeeded. But the elections have deait them a blow from which they can never re cover. It was only by the temporary division of the conservative element that they could achieve a momentary success, liy the reunion of these elements the weakness of the abolition ists is laid bare, and tiiey appear in their true light?a miserable faction, which, like every dog, has had its day; but it is now vanishing into eternal night, beneath a sea of blood. Foreign Officers in tue Service of the JSoiTH.?Some time siuct^ the administration Issued circulars to its representatives in Eu rope, instructing them to rot'use all applications on the part of foreign oQicera for commissions In our armies. We are awiire that numbers of French officers of distinction made personal Overtures to our Minister, and also to our Con" pul in Paris, and that one and all were anxious 4o enter the United States service immediately many of them merely requiring grades corres ponding with those they had so ably tilled in the French army. They were refused, and ?numbers of them afterwards made like pro posals to the Southern envoys, and were in stantly accepted. These officers, all of them men of profound military education and great military experience, have, of course, rendered eigual service to the Davis government in per fecting the discipline of its troops. We kuow that several Prussian officers of high rank, having obtained three years' leave of absence from their own service, are now organizing a large and effectual force of heavy cavalry for tho Southern army. Artillery offi cers of distinction from the French, Prussian, Austrian and English armies are now in the service of Jeff. Davis. These officers are just ti e men we most needed. Tliey are brave, accomplished, adventurous soldiers, with great experience in military matters, and, above all. deeply vcrsed in the scicnee of arms. Why have we disdained such useful volun teers.' Surely we need ihem. Many of the officers above referred to were at first inclined |o the cause of the North, offered their services to the North, and only embraced the opportuni* ty of service in the Southern armies when re fused admittance into those of the North. ^The blunder on tho part of the administra tion was a gross one?on a par with the coun termanding of recruits months ago, while now we are forced to draft?on a par also with the resoindment of orders for arms, thus leaving us for months past dependent upon precarious sup plies; finally, on a par with the assertions that were made months and months ago, to the effect Pat "the war was virtually ended, that in six oeks the South would lay down its arms and sue for peace," Ac. It la not yet too late to repair the error There are hundreds of eminent officers in ffarope who would gladly avail themselves of ?An opportunity of entering the service of the ?forth. The administration need but instruct fta representatives to make advances to such Eis to procure officers more capable of rec ag our brave and hardy men invincible are pettifogging country lawyers. We |fe no advocates lor placing our armies under the command of foreign geuerals; but we do ad* roeate the having experienced foreign officers -of a lesser grade to aid our officers with their and science. If the South may use such Advantages we have yet to learn why we may not do the same. Tub Draft and thr Exemptions.?One of the most amusing episodes, perhaps, which the war lias produced was the result of the panic created Eie months ago, when the draft was first ken of upon tba President's call for an addi' utl six hundred thousand men. Hundreds of |pople upon that occasion suddenly discovered fbat they were subjects or citizens of any realm on the face of the earth except the United States of America. Weak-kneed skedaddlers began to Roit in flocks towards Canada and Europe, and* when hauled up by the peremptory orders from the War Department, those who were not lucky enough to get away made a raid upon the foreign 'consuls, the County Clerk's office, and every bther point where an exemption claim could be filed. As to the County Clerk's sanctum, it jwas fairly besieged with applicants, and the Addition to his fees from this source alone, in the shape of filing papers, administering afflda Tlts and so forth, must havo been something handsome. Notaries public and commissioners of deeds made small fortunes out of the fears of those who anticipated the unsought honors of carrying a musket, wearing brogans and eat ing salt pork in the ranks of our patriotic army. Thirty thousand dollars, we presume, did not cover the amount expended in this way in the city during a week or two. The best part of the affair is that all these precautionary measures amount to nothing; lor, according to the order of Gene ral Anthon, none of the exemption claims so put iu hold good. Every able bodied man liable to do military duty must take bis chance in the wheel of fortune when the day of draft Arrives. Whatever claims to exemption he may have must be deeided by the appointed com missioners; bo that nil the time, money and anxiety expended by the weak-kneed and weak backed have been thrown away. This Iesub or thk New Postage Curkknct.? Two days in the week are allotted by Mr. Cisco, the Sub-Treasurer, to issue the new postal cur rency to the public, and, as this oircnlating me* dium has now become almost a necessity,the con ?equenee is that the mass of people who assem ble about the Sub-Treasury in Wall street on the appointed days is perfectly amazing. They may be seen drawn up in a quene, like voters at the polls, extending sometimes two blocks. The incontcnienco and absurdity of this mode of luLurtlng the postage currency is manifest Why not distribute the allotted portion to the different banks, and lot them divide it amongst their cnstomarsf This plan would not only be a convenience to the public, but Jt would in a measure check the operations of speculators. Thk Tkkatment or Otm Wounded in thk Hos T it a ts.? Serious complaints reach us almost every day of the indifference or neglect with which our wounded soldiers are treated in the hospitals near tho seat of war. Useless ampu tations. and deaths, which should not necessarl ly follow, from wounds comparatively trifling we have frequently heard of, and the loss of tile arising from not attending to cases in time has been fearful. Why should this bo? If our corps of army surgeons is not largo enough t why not increase it? If it Is encumbered with unskilful physicians, why not remove them and put better men in their plaecs? We have a communication before us stating (hat In n camp hospiul near Frederick City wounded man in one ward were not rutted by a surgeon for five ituoceasive days. This is an unpardonable negligence, and while it is permitted we need uot be surprised to hear of hundreds of gallant fellows perishing of their wouuds who might be restored to active service under proper treat ment. This Rkxki. Pkkss in Ki uoi-h.? We have seve ral times explained the nature of the connec tion between the rebel envoys in London and Paris and the semi-official -journals of those ca pitals. and \s arned our readers against placing undue reliance upon the statements of those journals. By our latest files from Europe we see that the Paine, of Paris, asserts once more that " they learn from London, on good autho rity, that there is nothing but what is very pro bable in the question of the recognition of the seceded States being immediately brought on the tapis and solved, in accord with Frauce, in the sense of faits accomplis" The Patrie has made this siftno statement not less than a dozen times during the last six months. It is well known in Paris that even before the udvent of Slidell the Patrie was a subsidized organ of the Davis government, Judge Host having accomplished that transao' tion before be was superseded by Slidell. The Patrie has, for a spuco of many months, pub. iisbed tbo most uufounded statements as re gards our affairs, and lias inserted on uioro than one occasion fabricated despatches and letters ma le up in Paris, thereby rendering itself liable to punishment for the dissemination of false news, had our Minister iu Paris have chosen to give an example of firmness, and thus checked the lies and mischievous state ments of the Davis organs in France. The Patrie lias^at times given, in its semi, official capacity, publication to rumors of arrangements between the Cabinets of St. James and the Tuileries for iiumediuto action in favor of the South, stating the argu ments used upou those occasions, the con* elusions arriv<d at, and. in fact, riving so circumstantial a description of the whole affair as caused great uneasiness to loyal Americans abroad. Time invariably proved those assertions to bo base fabrications, and we may safely assert that now, as then, the Patrie. utters a falsehood when it states that recognition is near at hand. With it the wish is father to the thought; it hopes, perhaps, that the lie but precedes the action. France, however, has matters of more direct import to her to attend to. At present the Italian question is evil sufficient for the day, while she muat settle her affairs in Mexico, and place herself upon a better footing there, ere she in tervenes in our quarrels. Both France and England are well aware that any direct steps on their part in favor of the se ceded States would call forth bitter and prompt reprisals from the indignant North, and they are well assured of the power and might which, once thoroughly roused, would set the world ablaze. We have nothing to fear from the soi-disanf allies, oxcept underhanded tricks and coward ly encouragement to our enemies. Open aid they will never get from England, however foolishly or rashly Napoleon may act in the matter. The Distribution of Prlxe Alone jr. W-Aiwwi-TON. Oct. 19,1862. Prize money amounting to nearly $400 000 has recrent ly been ordered to be distributed in tbe following eaten. Letters in relation to the matter should be addressed to tbe Fourth Auditor of the Treasury. Final decrees of condemnation have been passed In a large number of other cases, and the courts are now engaged in 'adjusting the costs. The net procoeds will shortly be ready for distribution:? yamn of Veueit. A1H utU. Steamer Magnolia and cargo $167,404 10 Schooner Kdgcnie 26,200 11 Schoonor President 11,117 98 Schooner William Mallory 6,908 90 Schooner Grace E. Baiter 14,868 27 Schooner Rose 7,019 48 Schooner R. f. Files 33,234 78 Schooner Newcastle 32,234 26 Schooner W. C. Bee 28,414 21 Schooner Emms 9.226 04 Schooner Olive Branch 6.000 16 Schooner Lyon 7,479 86 Schooner Adeline 2,844 06 Schooner Kugcnte Smith 2,86100 Schooner Henry Travere 6,600 15 Schooner babel or W. R. King's cargo 4,192 72 Schooner Princeton and cargo 2.963 32 Schooner Anne Belle 6,388 3T Sloop Margaret 3,316 51 Schooner Octavta 611 .18 Schooner Harriet Ryau and cargo 893 86 Schooner Ocean Wave 2,367 8<i Schooner Specie 8,746 34 Schooner General I'arkhtll 7.189 76 Schooner Hallie Jackson 2,407 5$ Total.,., $398,199 So The niart Trade. ramat states circuit court. Before Hod. Judge Shipmate SROOXP TRIAL OF SAV.TKS AXD SECOND DLHAORKEJfXNT OK 1IIR Jl'RY. The United S'atei e?. S. B. //ayntc?At tho 0|<enhig o Ibe Court on Monday morning last, Mr. MoKoon, one of the counsel for the defendant, stated:?lie desired the in dulgence of tbe Court for a few momenta in referring to an incident which occurred last week in connection with tbe esse we are about to try. Ho was appro' bensive that tbo Court might have misunderstood bis absence on Thursday morning last. Ho assured tbe Court that it was not out of want of respect to the Court that be was absent, or with any riew to embarrass tbe Court. He believed that It was useless for bim to ap. pear, when be was unwilltag, alone and unaided by tbe assistance and advice of bis former associate in tbe caso, to try a case of tne deep importance of that now to be tried. It Is the duty of counsel to protect and defend the authority and dignity of tbe Court at all times; but when tbe relations of tbe counael to tbe occupants of Ibe bench have always been or sn agreeable nature to that duty is added a pleasure. 1 only share with tbe rest of soy brethren at tbe bar a sense of high respect for tbe offlcer who now presides In tbe bopetbat tbe assurances I now have given will be reoeived in tho Same sincerity with which 1 bey are offered, and that the re membranes of the occurrence will pans from tbe Court, I am now ready to proceed with tbe solemn Investigations we are called on to make. Tito Judge stated thai be thought the oon attendance was an crr<?r, and, tbo explanations being satisfactory ae well aa grateful to bim, that nothing further should be thought of tbe matter, lbo trial of lb# prisoner was then proceeded with. The defendant waa the first mate of Ibe ship Nightingale, which, It will be remembered, was ?e??nrt on lb* coast oj Africa by tbo United States ship Saratoga, with nine hundred and sixty negross on board, and ssnl home, and condomusd for being engaged in the slave trade. Tbe defendant wa# indicted tor receiving and detaining tbe negroes with latent to rash1' thorn slaves, and tbla was tbe second trial of tfio oise,1lie juPy hiving digagreed oi tho [ortrial. A Jury was then eutpaiioeled, and IWDistrict Attorney opened the case for tbe prose* uHon. Evidence of tbe na tlvity of tbe priaotior In the Stoto of Maine was given, and tbe *iimo witnesses wore examined aa on tbe former trial of ibis case, with the further evidence gf Captain Taylor, cf tbe United States ship Saratoga, who captured the Nightingale, and a witness of tbe name or Herring, who was boatswain's mate on board of the Nightingale. The witnesses testified to some facts additional to those stated by them on tbe former trial. Thedefonoe was opened by Mr. MoKoon, In a speech of throe hours. He introduced testimony Impeaching some of tbe witnesses for tbe prosecution, and as to the nature of the Nightingale's oargo and tbo good character of the accused. The evidence on both sides being closed. Mr. Brady pro ceeded on Thursday to sum up for the dofrnce in an elo quent address to the Jury. Tbe closing address of Mr. Brady was a characteristic and powerful appeal, and Mr. Smith's argumont was one of tbe most olaborate, thorough and eloquent o(Torts of this ablo and successful prose cuting oflicr. On the formor trial tho jury stood eight for acquittal. Yesterday they stood seven for a veruiot * "fie'lodge charged tho Jury eubsiaut ially as Judge Nelson charged on the first trial. Tbe Jury retired at half jiaat three o'clock P. M., and cams Into court on fta lurdayat ion o'clock, and stated U> the Court that they wer# unable to agree up?n a verdict. One of the jurors stated that they had taken several ballots, showing that they stood at that time as they stood wbeo they flret retired. The Court said after such a declaration ho did not think It necessary t irllirr to confino the Jury, and ordered them to he discharged for the term. MEWS FROM WASHINGTON. Washimutom, Oct. 19,1363. 0 KM BR A I. SCOTT'S LETTER TO MK. WW AMD. The copy of a loiter writ ten by General Scott to tho Secretary of Bute on tho day before I tie inauguration In 1831, published by .lohu Vau Huron, If authentic, must have been derived from some source ether than the State Department, since neither the President nor the Secretary of State has any knowledge of the manner in which any communication to either of thnm from General Scott could have got into the hands of Mr. Van Burou TUB REPUBLICANS AND THE I.ATK ELECTIONS. Republicans here say thai their disasters in the late elections result fi t,in the great number of republicans that have enlisted latterly, but official returns of the late elec tion in several counties in Pennsylvania, aa compared with the great vole or I860, shew that what their vote has fal on otf from that date is added to tho democratic vote now. Thus, in Rucks county, the republican vote was 0,44ft In I860, this year it Is reduced to 6,726. The aggregate opposition vole in 1800, in tho same county, was Ihis year it is raised to 0,48'.!. This result shows a change in popular opiuion. There ore liks results a Montgoinei y and Cumberland counties in Pennsylvania. 1 UK PROPOSITION FOR BK1NOINO FORWARD HOI III KKN PRODUCE. The proposition submitted to the government In re gard to bringing into practical use the staples of the .South, with a view to reduce Ibu rate of foreign exohae aud en ible the sovernmcnt to pay Interest in coin on its public 'debt, sileuco all clamors of the ntuuufir luring interests abroad, and give to the people of tho South a pecuniary Interest In the maintenance of this govern ment, has received ilia inost favorable consideration It is understood that the President and Sec retary of the Treasury fat or tho schoiuo, but, unfortuuHtoly, before it wits presented Mr. Reward had already promised to foreign governments that a different policy, leading the same benefits to them, but without the same benefits to us, would be adopted. Tho Ba.gllsh prefer Mr. Reward's promisod system, and there- is some difficulty in changing front in face of the ouerny. The necessities of the treasury, bowover,should override all technical objections. The cotton is ready lor delivery. Tho ownorS will be glad to got greenbacks for it. Tliey will place it in position to be realised, and, un der the scheme now presented, it can be brought to it Northorn |?>rt and sold in suoh a munnor aa to enable the government to obtain exchange or ?oin sufficient for all its purposes. lNCOUI'El RNOV OF StTROEONS IN THE ARMY. A Burgeon of one Of the New England Slatos, who is in the army, states thnt practice in surgery by tiio nume. roua incapablos in iho nrmy does not improve them. The pra ? tice of amputating is much too common. A case is stated where there were iu the hands or the surgeons some tweuty-foui patieuts, who wero badly wounded in the thigh. The surgical direction was that nothing but amputation would save them. Accordingly the kuife wa, applied iu six cases, and as dcu it ensued in each case, it was thought useless to try it upon the remainder. They, however, all got well. ORGANIZATION OF A CORPS OF DISTINGUISHED SUR GEONS. One of the best things recently done at Iho War Do. part in out is the organizing of a cor [is of distinguished surgeons of the North, whose business will be to super vise matters after a battle. Indeed,no mau should uu dergo the destruction of limbs unless it be pronounced a necessity iu a competent quarter. The direction, also from the War Department, to orga nize an ambulance corps, may roeult in great saving of the lives of our Roldlers. IMPORTANT DECISIONS IN REGARD TO THE COLLEC TION OF THE INTERNAL TAX. The following important decisions havo been made by Commissioner Houtwell upon questions submittsd by Mra Homer Franklin, Collector of the Ninth district, New York:? Washington, Oct. 17, 1862. Sir?The phrase "where located," in section 0 or the Excise law, Is understood to refer to the subjects of taxa tion mentioned in that section. In hit cases goods, wares and raerohandbe are to be aesessed In the district or di vision where such goods, wares or merchandise are pro duced or manufactured. I think it saier for the present to hold that authority given to the assessor in seotlou 11 should be exorcised by the as sessor only. It Is possible ibat an assistant may rnako the entry spoken of in that sectltm; but, unless an exi gency arises, I prefer to limit the power to tne assessor hlm^etf. Your inquiries in regard, to section 6 aye answered in a regulation of this oflloe ih regard to the manufacture of oloihlng, which I herewith transmit. You ask "If the assistant asedwbr is to make up lists of articles manufactufjgl in his division and removed to another djvleiofi, and to"transm!t to the assistant asses sor of the division to wlftcb they are removed a oopy of such list." I am'pot h^are that Motion seven!)-four, to which you refer, requires ?h6 trsMpilfsion of such lists. The seotkin ooutemplefee the case of the removal of goods from a manufactory without a sate thereof having boon made, and provided a means of ascertaining the value df such goods. The assessment add uNlectioc will, how evef, be made in 4ne district where tne goods so removtd were manufactured. 11m license to a wholesale dealer in liquors contains no authority forth# sale iw liquors at retail, nor doM a license to mN liquors at rotal! autlioriM the licensee to deal in any other kind of mlrohandise. Persons engaged in printing or dying cloths are re quired to take lioenee us m?nutagtur?rs; but whenever the tax has been previously judd ot the plain faerie, the priuter or dyer will be assess## only for the increased value of such cloths lbs Inquiries you make In regard to the lime specified ~ ' dies assessed oh manufactured for the payment of the duties articles are fully pufiwhted by the Instructions of tins iTRo. a, i office, Series 1. No. a, page t The tax on ihe gross reeciptsof railroads for passen gors will be assessed by the assistant assessor. Sec rorm No. 4. It i? not necessary for the aselstsnt assessor to leave with the person assessed a certified copy or (he returp made to the collector. The U->ta are open for Inspection for the period of fifteen days, for thi express purpose of enabling parties interested to obtain the necessary infor mation. A Manufacturer who sell* his warm at any place ex cept upon the premises whtro manufactured, must take license as a dealer. I.lghl're and stnam tow boats arc not subject to taxa tlou under the Excise l/x. Peri i s< ngngeJ In the business of grinding sail and rice are not manufacturers within the meaning of the law. A peddier is defined to be a parson who gains his liveli hood by travelling from place t place, selling goods and wares, or one whose occupation is to soil giods while travellins from place to place, Diamonds and ementiria are taxable as manufactures, amt persons engaged in cutting and preparing these precious stones are manufacturers. Carriages, yachts, billiard tables and plate kept for private use arc taxable, and thn tax must bojiald, in tbe district where tbe owner reside#. I am ef the opinion thm it was the intention of Con gress, by the proviso to the seventy tifU) section, to ex empt the material used in tne manufacture of silverware from taxation. You will, therefore, assess the manufac turer in the value of the ware over the value of the bullion used in the manufacture. Respectfully, GEO. P. BOl'TWEiX, C'om'r Internal Revenue. Hoiur Franklin . Esq. THE ARMY. The order recently Issued dismissing Colonel Saunders, of the Nineteenth regiment, Wisconsin Volunteers, from the service, for subsisting bis regiment at extravagant prices, is revoked by order of the President, it appearing that he acted under orders from tbe Adjutant General of that State. Tbe Secretary of War, in a letter to him. says the explanations are entirely satisfactory to the depart ment, and adds, "they exonerate yon from any Inten tional breach or the army regulations, while the tostimo mala of your character as an efficient and patriotic officer are highly graliiying. H gives me pleasure, therefore, to rvinstato yon In your command, with assurance er my personal and official confldenoo and respect." Captain Joseph Henrlquee, Fourth New York Volun tears, has b- en dismissed rrom tbe service (or absenting himself from his regimsnt without leave since the com mencement or tbe bettle oT Antletam. Captains MallVy, Second United States artillery, aad F. A. Paries, Eleventh United states infantry, are de tailed Tor duty at the Military Acadomy?the form or aa Instructor or Artillery, and tna latter aa Asaiatant Proles ?or er French. Major Genaral H. W. flocum has been assigned to the command of Goners I Banks' corps. Those who have had opportunities te witness the eon duct of General Slocutn in the Held from the commence ment of the war.wlll aoquteece in the selection thus made. Ho baa always pcrformad bla duty well, and wharever be met the enemy in battle lie made his mark upon them Brigadier Genaral John Nawton, a brave and abla ofll. rer, succeeds General 8locum in tbe command of tbe division, which was formerly commanded by Ucaeraj Franklin. General Sloklea has tendered to Major Geaeral Hooker a complimentary review of bia dlviaion, formerly com manded by Geqpral Hooker, who has accepted the com ptlmcnt. TBI NAVY. Commander William Reynolds has been ordered to Ibe store?bip Vermont at Port Royal. Acting Volunteer Lieutenant William II. West has boen detached from the same vessel and ordered to return North. Assistant Paymaster Jasae P. Woodbury baa been or. dereu to the iron clad steamer Passaic. Pr William Gale, of Brooalyn, New York, has boen ap pointed Acting Assistant Surgeon and yrdevcl to the Mou. Ileal is. MTERESTtM FROM LOWER VIRRIBM. Our Safolk Corrr?|?oMcle??re. MirKJi.it, Va., Oct. 10.' M2. Anothrr Affair at tk? Mark-water?Tin item V?rk M mint'xi Hijl's &?,)? vytI ? Tke Kn it / Itrioen Hick khM fontuUr able Loj?Admirablt Omd i -t o/tht Troop/ at Suffolk, if c We have bait another wholesome excitement here, Mid come out first beet at that. The enemy, true to tbe pro* gramme revealed in intercepted letter* from Richmond ? to make a demonstration upon tbia position on or abou1 the 15th or October, In conjunction with a naval muve ment upon tbe James river, h e been pushing forwar'1 another force to this sido of the Blai kwater. Bince thcir severe whipping at Franklin the rebi-ls have been nursing their wrath to keep it warm, It seem*, and, luatead of being sutislicd wnh the driihhing which tlioy received at the hund* ot Colonel Spear, have boen jotting ready for anotuer trial. They have taken advantage of the reoaot heavy stortn to ooncentrato a considerable force on the line of the Pluck* ater, and thrown forward their pickets live miles this side of that stream. Yesterday a reooa noisaiuicu was male by Colonel I "(wipe's New York Mounted Kitloe in the direction of the Itlackwater. Everything appeared unlet until the force reached Carrs ville, a lutio place aliout flvo miles this aide of the river, on the So.inoard au.f Roanoke Railroad. At that point a force of tffe enemy was discovered, and the order lor an attack was immediately given, and as promptly obeyed by our soidie.s. A smart engagement ensued, which resulted In the complete rout of the rebels, who tied in all directions, 'llio less of the enemy was quite la'go in killed and wouuded, and our troops took nine prisoners, witli arms, stores, Ac. Our loss w.is two killed and five wounded, 1 hear it rumored that while tbe en gagement w..s iu progress an attempt was made by the euomy (to Strengthen the lone at t'arravillo, which was fru-t ated by tin- gunboats, 'the impression is strengthen ing that tlio rebels are in earcu* t in regard lo an ultimate assault upon Sullolk. But let them cm". Th" admirable manner in which our troops benavednn Wednesday night, when thn'oniire force iva- under arms all night, atfords couvn.clng proof that our men tiro lo bo relied upon, and that we have no ro 'aou to dre.ut llie lesult if an attack is made upon th. m. M.ij. r General peck is quite equal to anyemergeut y that utay arise. Spluoln's brigade (the Empire) gives ovid. nc"s of being composed ot good tnale rial, ^howiug marked improvement and a disposition to make a mark in the war lor the llnlou. MOVEMENTS OF TROOPS. Arrival and Departure of the Twenty tlilrU Maine and Fourteenth New Hampshire Iteylineiits. Bom of ilie^o rcj;nuont? arrived ia Jersey City early yesterday morning, and departed be lor a noon for Wash ington. Finch regiment is over uine hundred and sixty strong, fully armed aud equipped, and composed of spion did lighting material. M.ijor Brown, of the New Kngland Soldiers' Holier Association, hid tlio men handsomely subsisted during thoir short stay in Jorsey. The follow ing. is a list of the olticora of the Twenty third Maine:? Field and St ,ff-?Colonel. Win. Wilt Virgin,of Norway; Liouteunnt Colonel, Kites T. Luce, of Auburn; Major, A B. Soulo, of Lewistou; Adjutant, W. H. Hall, of Palmyra; Surgeon, Jesse 1'. Swett, ot Brownfteld; AsJ is tint Sur geon , K. H. Hiker, of Mlnot; (Juurterniastor, Win, Bray, of Turner; Chaplain, Joseph l\ Snow, of Norn ay; Ser geant Major, Roval K- Whitman, of Turner: Qaariermas tor's Sergeant, Samuel K. Crocker, of Fryoburg; Hospital Steward, Stephen B. Kenlng, of North Tar mouth. Comjxuiy A?Cu tain, D. B. \arney, Leirlston; First Lieutenant, R. W. Moser, do.; Second Lieutenant, II. A. Norcross, do. Company A?Captjjn, H. C. Little, Brighton; Flivt Lieu tenant, K. M.Wright, do; Second Liciitoniuit. Clranviile Fernald, Harrison. Co inj*m y C?Captain, C. H. Prince, Buck field; First Lieutenant, Albion Thorne, Canton; Second Lieutoiiant, Kii h Sonle, Hartford. Cbmpanp D? Captain. Charles R. Bradford, Turner; First Lieutenant ,11. C. uaskcll, do.; Second Lieutenant, II. Moone, Minor. company AT?Captain, Almon 0. Pray, Auburn: "First Lieutenant, Krcodom II. Lander,do.; Second Lieutenant, Charles W. Clerrish, Lisbon. Company A'?Captain, H. W. Bolster, Paris; First Lieu tenant, Abbott Stearns, do; Second Lloutenaut, William B. Lapham, W> mdslock. Company O?Captain, A. P. Lamb, Poland; First Lieu tenant,?? Thurstou,do.; Second Lieutenant, ?? Free man, do. Company II? Captain, A. F. Noyes, Norway; First Lieu tenant,?Howe,do.; Second Lioutonaut, Sloams, do. Cimjxiny /?Captain, J. 8. Nash. Livormore; First Lieu tenant, William K. Staples, do.; Second Lieutenant, H. C. Went worth, do. Company K- Captain, M. S. Stanley, Porter; First Lieu tenant, J.l?. Gentleman, do. The following are the ofllcersr of tbe Fotirjeonth New Hamiebire. Fluid dad Staff.?Colonel, Robert Wilson; Lieutenant Colonel, TUetdOn A. Barker: Major, Samuel A. Duncan; Adjutant, Alex. Gardiner; Quartermaster, Wm. A. livurd; Surgeon, Wm. Henry Thayer; Writ Assistant Burgeon, Marshall Perkins; Second Assistant Surgeon,. Franklin C. Weeks; Chaplain,Eilbu T.Howe. Company A?Captain, Frank T. Barkor; First Lieute nam, Charles P. Unit; Second Lieutenant, Norman Howe. Company A?Captain, John J. Johnson; First Lieute naut, Arteraaa M. Adams, Second Lieutenaut, Charles fc. Hoibrook. Compdmp P?Carta in. Amos D. Combs, First Lieutenant, Irs Berry: SeoipaUeutAnnnt,Carroll D. Wright. Otmvanii D? Captain, Ogjub W. Hodgdon; l iraULIeute naut, ftart Fellows; Seooad Lieutenant, John N. Brown. Company F-teptom. Freedom II. Hhodes; First Lieuto nant, William Coblelgh, Second Lieutenant, John E. Wil lis. Company P?'"aptain, Theodore A. Ripley; First Lieute nant, Stepuen Phelps; .-weond Lieutenant, Wm. A. Foe gate Com/atty Q?Captain, Solon A. Carter; First Lieutenaut, Charles F. Webster; STcoud LieuteRtiht, Bjienuer L Bailey. Company 0-^Captain, William E. Buntcn; First I.ieutc nant, Albert H. Sawyer; Second Lieutenant, Waiter Sar geat. Company /?Captain. Sylvester M. Bugbce; First Lieu tenant. Nathaniel L. < handler; Second Lieutenant, Dudley J. Pillsbury. Company K?Captain, '.Hear H. Marlton; Firat Lieute uant, Ja*on D. Re well; Second Lieutenaut, Moultnn 9. Webster, A New Military Railroad Car. We were yesterday shown a perfect mode! of a low Iron railroad car, recently invented by Mr. 3. J. Seeioy, of Ibia city, and for which the uanal put cut ban been ?p plied for Thie car i* intended to obviate all tho difficul ties which now attend ordinary woodeu railroad care, <>n which do many serious accidents have from timo to time occurred, It is completely formed of raided iron of pro per thickne*!, over which is a she t of iron runniug t'r ui the bottom of the car and forming a pcrlbct curve, so that .1 rifle ball would not be ablo to strike but the older run. It Is elliptic in form and braced all aloug the bot tom with angle and T iron, so thnt in cose of collision no Cgor may be apprehended that it will break in pieces, i coat iu from twenty to tweniy-ilvu per < out more thin ?i loden care, and the wholo weight does not exceed 10,000 isHinds. being mueh lighter tliau the ordinary wooden ear.. We would recommend this improvement to th>'attention ot the government, ho that ite merits may bo properly investigated. Ins Frwutst or ('ouvotioR* !Irr>#"?.?The fifty senm n, or blue jackets, forming pari of t lie tunerai escort of the la!e Commodore W. 1? Hudson, United States Navy, aud spoken ol' in our Issue of yesterday as belonging to the school ship Savannah, were from the receiving ship North Carolina, aud were cottimauded by the following officers:? Mr. Hamilton, Acting Master. Mr. HUckcdou, Acting Master. Mr. Myers, Carpenter. Mr ttexford, Magter 's Mate. Mr. Doyle, Heater's Mate. Personal Intelllpcncc? General Asbotb having regained his health, and par Iimlly recovered tho use of his arm, which was disabled at the battle of Pea Itidge, left for Waalilagton last even ing, to report btaself to General Halleck for active ser vice. It is to be hoped ihut the services of this brave, efficient end experienced officer wlU not be overlooked and that be will be detaded to soma important poet in our advancing army. Governor I. Kock, of the|Weet Indies; Hon. J. M.Wood, of Portland, Ms. ;H. Hoyt, of Jamaica; R. W. Porter, of the United States Navy ;* Benjamin Haines of 8un Fran cisco; D. G. Clark, of Ohio, and Lieutenant d. H. Boone, of the United states Army, are stopping at the Metropolitan Hotel. Col. Martin and I.ieut. Col. Armstrong, ef the One Hundred and Fifty third regiment New York Volunteers. Cel. Robert#, ef iecond regiment Maine Vina leers, Lieut Col. El well, from Newborn; N. C.: R. U. At wood, J. C Beaumont and Dr. McMaeter, of the United 8tatea Army, are atepping at the Actor House. Hon. tarman Trumbull, luiud States Senator, and Admiral Charles N. Davis, icmmander of the Wesh-rn gunboat fleet, were et Chicago on the ITHi inet Colonel Van Wyck declinee to be a candidate for rem.ml nation to Conxresa. He is determined to etay with bin regiment while the enemy M in the field. Americans registered el Gunk Co.'s American News Rooroe, 10Craven atroel, Strand, London, Kstgland, week ondlug October 4, 1"W?R. P. M. Tsrhort and lady, Wiwtoheeter, Pa ; y. F. Klllnwood, New York; J. J. Bos well, Jr., Philadelphia; J. H. Anderson, United States Consul,Hamburg; J. F Levi, New York; J. C. Hroker, Home, N. Y.; K. Brandon ami II. S. Allan, New York; J. Sarlain and daughter, Philadelphia Mrs R. S. Wood and family, Boston; F. Ttlhm and o. K. Chapman,Cambridge port, Mass.; 11. Pierce, California. W. w. Smith aud J. F Lewis, New York; E. F. Caswell, Pruvldeuce, K. l.;F. Amory, Boston; F Goodrldge aud B Colgate, New York; A. S. waloott, Providence, R. I.; J. C. Day, Harlfprd, Conn.; R. M.Adams, Lexington. Ky ; C. L. Gay. New York; P. T. Homer, Boston, ?. Collamoro, New York; Mls? K. t'ollamoro, Mum H. Coiiamore and J. Adants, J? , Itoaton; W. C. Jewett, Colorado Territory; J. B. Ferguson, Nashville, Tenn. Comrt Cslrmlsr-Thli Day. SirHRHH Cot-Rt?CiRtxrr?Pert 1?Noe. 2901, 2903, 2909 . 2911, 2015, 2917, 1919,2933, 2925, 2927, awl. 2931, 2933 . 2935, 2937,2939,2941, 2945. 2917, '2951, i'art 1? Noe. 32T2, 32M0. 3MU, 3290, 3204, 3292, 3294, 3291 3300, 3-191, 3310, 3814, 3320, 3324. 332?, 3334. 3+13, 3334, M?fl, 3358. SurxnioR Corirr.? PartNos. 258? 18T7, 2719, 2TT5, 27*7, 2779, 2721,2783,273.3,2787, g78d, 2791,2793. 279.8, 2197. Part 2?Noe. 120. 2132. $770, 1910, 2489, 2494, i 2494, 2499, 2*00 , 2502 , 2*04. 1 BMkMlUri' Trade lilt, As the nW progreswe day by day a marked improrl' ?Mat cia kt obeerwed Priow have not rtnftd so high for four /Mr* M thof dM on Saturday, and, although the numbers sold war* not ao Urge, tha Iota had a lag mora healthy apiwarance Almost every legitimate bouse purchased some taw oopies of ea< li good book, thus causing a fair distribution of the invoices ot tba pub II bars, which distribution ia part id' tbo objw t of the sulee. Buyers who ooiigregate at tha trade .u?lo are often not easily reached by publisher! in any olhor way, and when the books are not sla igtiiered, but fairly divided, the #<>rks become kuown in their localities through them On Saturday morning the b (Strive of Sheldon's list opened the sole. Nearly all the line* were duplicated, aud ttie juveniles ran particularly well. Bpurgeon'a works were sold in large uumbois at4 full rata-, labor's invoice of ombiotyiie copies of first rinse engravings were freely duplicated at high rates. There gems generally sell well hi holiday time for prenenti. Lippiucott Ac Co.'s, (Ihila doiphia) "list never sold better, although the pub lishers hell the winks with n ieiy still' hand. Bui wt-r's and I handlers' works were duplicated several times over. Warerley Novels ran well, mid Webster's Oictiona ries, In all sty les, went oil'by the thouaaud Tbo lusteri oat series 'met with great demand, Proecott's works sell tug In large numbers, both singly and iu sets. Their military books went well, and tbuir juveniles were eager ly bought up at full rates The slumlord |xwts were du plicated several times over, as were also tho classical and school books. The II lb lee mid prayers fetched luir prices, but were uut very largely duplicated Their excellent photographic albums sold \ory well, with the exception oi tin twenty dollar quarto style, winch did noi teach half price, iu Vnn Nnetraud's list the prmci|ial feature was Casey'8 Tactics, three volumes, which were bought up by the hiiudred sets at stiff rates, lauviltfi Allen's list closed the day's sale, and reached prices much higher than usual. They introduced a new feature in the photo graph nlbutn?au incorporation of the old ludimued scrap wriling album and the photographic album, lly this nivalis a persou placing his or her carte dr. oailr into the altmui can at the same time write a lew lines of poetry or other matter 011 the blank pagos. The albums aro bound m all stj les, and eluganlly gilt. New Publications. The follow lug is a list of the new publications recaired at tho Hkkai.d office to Oct. 18:? OKNKKAt, I.fTKK ATPRR. The Christian Your Thoughts In Verse. By the Rev. John Kebel Published by II 1). DuronJ. The Slave Power: Its Career aud Probable Designs. Being an attempt lo explalu the real issues luvulvod lu the American contest. By E. Cairnoa, Loudon. Publish ed by Carleton, Now York. I.e.- Misorabies Joan Valjean Tlio fifth and Jast vo luinu of Victor Hugo's great work. Published by (arleton. I'bysieiuus' Hand Book of Pi..otlco, lor lbtid. By Wil liam Klmer, M. D. nkw MUSrc. Up and Arm! A song for (bo uatlon. Published by Win. Ifall k Sou. Lizzie l,oe, Mother's I/>vo is True, aud Flora Lyle. Music by Mathew Keller. Published by Horace Waters. MAILS FOR THEj>ACIFIC. Movements or the Army of the Potomac? The tin tile at Chaplin's Hills, I<y. Depredutlons of the Rebel Cruiser Ala bama, Jke., Stv. The mail steamship North Star, Captain Jones, will leave this port to morrow, at noon, for Aspiuwatl. The mails for Central Amortoa and the South Pacific will clone at half-past ten o'clock to morrow morning. The NkwYokk IIkrald?Edition for the Pacific?will be published at half-past niuoo'cloclc to morrow morning It will contain the latest despatches showing the more mentsof the Army of the Potomac; An Interesting ap count of the Rattle of Chaplin's Hills, Ky., in which the rebels wore repulsed and routod; Additional Particulars of the Rebol Raid into Pennsylvania; An Account of tbo Depredations of the Rebel Cruiser Alabama on Ih - high ?"tps. with a description of the Vessel and her Officers; The Latest News from Europe, aud all other interesting news of the past ten days. Single copies, in wrappers, ready for mailing, six cents. Official Drawings of Murray, Eddy St Co.'s Kentucky and Missouri State Lotteries. Kviucckv. Extra Class 41).'?October 1ft, 1VB. 74 , 56. 17 . 71. 62 , 31. 53, 61, 42 . 54 . 51), 7. Kkmucht, Class 49(i?October It. 1962. 70. 71. 37. 50. 55. 07. Iff, 63. 61. 7, till. 17, 45. Circulars sent free of charge bv addressing either to MURRAY, EDDY A CO., Covington, Ky., or St. Louis. Mo. Official Drawings of the Delaware State Lotteries. Dc awarr, Extra Class 41.3?October 18, If62. 56, 7, 42, 30, 34, 23, 51, 21. 61, 6. 44, 70. Dri.awjrb, Class 3.19?October 18, 1862. C7, 60, 43. 8, 59. 10, 71, 70, 51, 17,49, 52, 31. Circulars aeut by addressing JOHN A. MORRIS A CO., Wilmington, Delaware. Official.Drawings of the Library Asso ciation Company's Lettory of Kantuokv. Class No. 84S?October 18, 1862. 71, 15, 17, 12. 63, 2, 33, 22. 7. 44, 28, 72. Clash N?. 344?October 18, 1862. 8, 37, 51, 29, 34, 45, 24, 44, 62, 65, 35, 52. For circulars, Ac., address R FRANCE A CO., Covington. Ky. Prises Cashed In All Legalised Lotte ries, by I. A. DUNN. 140 Broadway, up stairs. Letter com munications confidential. Prises Cashed In All Legalised Lotte ries. Information gives, JOSEPH BATES. Broker. . No 11 Wall street, room No. J, New York, Royal Havana Lottery?Nee Official Drawing ul October 3, tn another column TAYLOR A CO. Eight l arUH de Vlnitr for ?1?Equal to the best made. BALCll'R, S33 Oreenwlch st., cor. Barclay. Vssghan'i Photographic Studio, 'A'AH Bowery.?Notli e. Twelve Cartes do Vlslte. $1, warranted equal to any utade on Broadway. Me Bowery. Trnsses?Marsh St Co?Radical Cure Truss Office still at No. 2 Veaey attest Astor House. No coom-cl on ivlth any other oflke of the same name. A lady alt'-ndant. ? Trusses.?Mm ah Iti oa.'a Radical Cure Trims office, corner of Broadway and Ann street, under B.n uum'i. A female altenda ladlea. Plialnn A Hoii'i "Snow \\ lilfe Oriental Orcain," for beautifying the complexion. Hold by all drug gist*. Phalon At Non'i "CueIn," the Beat Arti cle In the world fur dressing and preferring the hair. Sold by all druggist*. Beantlfal Complexion,?1>? Ird's Bloom or Youth or Liquid Pean ban no equal for preferring and beuufylng the completion and skin. Lull* a after using this de.iglitful article will have, no other. For ?ale by all dr igglsla anil at 43V Broadway. Car Dr. Tnbiaa* Venetian I.lnlment, for Rhaiiumtiam. Twenty-live cauls and lifty ceita. Sold by all the druggU'.s. Batchelor'a Hair Dye?the Beat la the world ;iaelanUneour, harmless and reliable. Hold by dnig iaiaaud pcnunieii every where. Factory. 81 Barolay ftrcot Crlaladoro'a Ilalr Dye, Prcaerrat Ive and Wiadrpot. w hol< aale and retail, Fo. 6 Astat House. The I>ve if applied by aiperleuocil artlalf. Slurried. Flahaoar?Ksrrrdt ? Uo Sunday. October 19, In St. Francia Xavier'a (RomanCatholic) church, Kighth street, Mr JtMHt KusMttto Ml?c, M.vROANrT A. Kasranv, only daughter of Mr. Roderick Kennedy, lato of New Haveu, Conn. Now Haven papers please copy. Idiriiicits?Amarr ?On Tuesday, October 14, by the Iter. F Rudolph, Arthort H. LitrtiBRS, Jr., of Brooklyn, to Emu a Amass, of New York. Philadelphia papers please copy. SsmnitR? Kraft?On Thursday October Id, by the Res. J. P. Hearlet, Arprrw J. Hsmrixb to Miss Knar B. Krarr, both of this city J'obtkr?Commiocb?At New tendon, ronn , on Thurs day. October ID, by the Rex. G. B Willoox. Nathar T. Poarm, ot New York city, to Mtse Mast V., daughter of M. M. I'omsioek, fcaq., of New laondon. HTrrrrRART?Rossata ??m Thursday, October IS. by tli# Rev. John Pegg, Mr. i J Boson W. Stvyvsrart, of this oily, to Miss Marti. Roanam, of Ksyport, M, J. DM. Barret.? At Wert Springfield, Mass ,00 Wednesday, October IS, of consumption, Pamirl H. Barret, son 01 tbe late Mr*. I/twlR Edward*, of Norwich, Conn, Ba<-h.?On Saturday. October 18,at hair-past ten o'cloek P.M., Mr* Cioruanx a Blair, the wite of Jacques Bach, who departed her life after a aevere attack of oous iinption. at the residence of her uiiolo, Lewie R. Blair, No. 90 West Niuceeenth street. the retativea and friend* of tbe family *re cordially inrited te attend the funeral, on Tuaadar, at twelve o'clock, noon, from 90 Weal Nineteenth slieel. Brown On Sunday. October 1?, of typhoid fever, S aran Jaxn, daughter or George and Kl MS. Brown, ,n the 9th yoer of her age The friend* and relative* of tbe family am re?pertfully invited to attend the funeral, from the rseldeoce of her pa rente, No. 9M WsM Thirty third street, tbie (Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock Klcbmond (Va.) payer* pleano eowy. RftADY ? Attieorgetowo College Haepital. on Wcdtiee<lay. October 1, Jamrs Bkadt, incnihar of tbe StsVy-eecond ri^wient, Company A, andervoti Zonavee, N. Y. S. V , ef chronic diarrhira, aged SO jeartA. Colmax ? Killed at ike battle ?f Corinth,oa Saturday. Mtober 4, Capt. Wn. 1>*ax Couia.n, a. A. U., sUUT of Bug. Gen. 0. s. Stanley. The funeral service* will ho hold at the <4?urrh of the Hnlr Trinity. Brooklyn, thlfl (Monday) altcrnoAin. at three o'clock. Hi* ft tend* ami tbe*e of hta father, Sam Ml Ooltnaa, ara invited to attend without further not lee CoorrR ?1? BroeKlyn. on, Sunday, October 18, of In flaminalton of the long*. Gtnonoa I'ai.nk* Cooritm, aged d year*, T month* and 19 (laya, rod of Cap*. Edward Cooper, of the bark Vranta. funeral U1U1 (Monday) afternoon, a* two o'clock, frov. In* late residence, 25o Ui street. CvarCT.?Thonaa. ike beloved son of Morrk* and Slhr. garet Clancy, aged I yoer, 4 month* and 4 day*. The relative* and Irlend* of the family, and also of hi* unclne, l'nnlel, Peter and John, are respectfully regueeted to attend the fuaeral, from the roeidonce of hi* parent*, No 1ft Waalnuglou street, tht* (Mond.iy) atteruoou. at two o'ciook. Pat ?On Sunday, October 19, Martiv Pat, a native of llanaghor, King* county, Ireland, In the T5lh year of hi* age. TUo retativW tad fritjnJs of the fiaily. tb| ihombers K the Ninth U4 Thirtieth precinct aloe the i been of Knfiue ''omjxuijr No. 61. are rsepeotfuUy in.iM 10 attend U)? luoersi, from bli Ut? re..deuce, No 1M last Thirteenth MrMt, on Toes lay aftornoos, a dm ?'clock. Dkmi- *v ?On .-Saturday, Octoiiar II Outrun Hrurwav, So , ? native of < lorj, kings county, Ireland, iu tha tuth y ar of his Ha relatives .ui<t friends, and also bie mm ? John, Lnfcn and James. arc respectfully luviled to attend tbe funeral from the residence o( htesoa, Oliver Heaapeey, No 60S Third ovnuue, tliU (Moo Jay) afternoon. .it one o'clock. Delhi,? .?At Jersey ? Hy, on Sunday, Octoiier 1?, Nicholas, y, tin ;t*i son of N bolus aud Kluiira Detllger, aged H mouths ami 27 days Komi mi. -On Bundey. October 19. CaoRouiWa It in ma youngest daughter of .lames and Mary f ater, agel * months. Tim i'i lunda and relative* of the family are respcctfuhj invited to attend the funeral, (rotn th" resldeuce 'if her paienta, No. 132 Houston street, Ihto i Monday) iftwuow, at oue o'ciocg FLOKiimx, Ou Sunday, October 18, of wo>,mis rerel*. ed in the battle ul AntiuUm, < ouUiu Ana m 1 l.oKisTi.ve. Jr., of I'oiupaoy K, luty ninth regiment Soar York Volun teer*. Particulara of tunc a in to morrow'* i>a|ier. (Ibat.?Hn Saturday, Ortobar IS, Jaxk ORAr, In th* 74th year ot her age. Th" frioadsof thetaiuily also those of hor boos,Joke and Kohert J., are invitet to attend the funm-al, thai day (Moodiiy). Service* will take place at twelve o'clock. Funeral wilt leav* at one P. M.,from her lata residence, No. 170 West f orty sixth stroct. The frieudn will attend without toi l her invitation, i 'anada papers pl"aso copy tiotiGa? un Sunday, October 18, William Hwrv flooon, youngest son of Patrick and Anuu (lough, age 10 inoatbe aud 18 daya. The friends of the family are respectful y luvttod to at tend the funeral, this (Monday) alter noun, at oo , o clock, from No 103 Mulberry atroat Hodokins.?On Saturday, October 18, of paralysis, Capt. JossmS. Hois,kins, iu the 7tilli year or hi , age The inombera of the veteran corps ot ltU'J, aud trends of the i.itiiily, aro invited to attend the luncral from tua late residence. No. 284 Stanton street, this (M udav) arternoou, At half-past one o'clock. Hkkbt.?On Sunday, October 19, at her re!id?nce, No. 231 Fust Niuetcenih street, Mrs Ku/.a Hk>kv, aged SI yours. The remntns will bo taken to Graenwood Oemct -ry th s (Monday) afternoon, at inio o'clock, for Interment Kki.i v ?On .Sunday. October 19, Jour Kku.y, after a short illness, aged 37 yours and 4 months. His frisic . aud ho<| tun tunc es are respectfully invited to attend the ftrueral, on Tuesday Afternoon, at t ?u o'clock, tiotii his late residence, No 'dill Mulberry street His remains will be taken toi atvnry Cemetery. He waa a nut ive of tbe parish Altog-ui county Hoc mmoti, Ire land. Kissaw.?On Saturday, (at Isu 18, MartE., wife of J hn W. Kissum, in the UOtli year of her age. ThofuUoral services will lie hold at to r lata residence, 286 1'mIoii street, BrisvUlyn, this (Monday) i t"rnoon, el two o'clock Kri' uds and ac'iuaiutances aro invited la attend. Kbkb.?On Saturday, October 14 Tnoiuk A. Kerb, aged 31 years. 'lite friends and relatives of the family, and thoso of his father in-law, Mr. Samuel itarclay, are respectfully invit d to attend the tuucral, on l'uesday afternoon, at one o'clock, from his lato rosldenco. No 123 k.at Twenty eighth si root. Mover.?on Saturday, October 13, Anna MAitwuitarr, wife of .h bn Meyor. aged 23 ye irs, 8 mouths ami 25 days lhe relatives and friends of the family, also the mem bers of the Teuton la Club and the tin i.ibers of Company A, Fifth regiment New York State Militia, are respectfully invited to utteud the funeral, frctu her late rusldouce, No. 221 Greenwich street, this (Monday) uftei noon, at half past one o'clock . Monks.?OnSunday, October 19, William Monks, only child of John aud Mary Auu Muukx, agedl >ear,o utniith* and 2u days. Itcstou iiapers please oopy. MoKkkna.?On Saturday, October IS. of disease of ths heart, Kra*'is MoKb.nna, aged 4'2 years. His friends, and those of Ins father-in law, IVil'iam Y'>uug, are respectfully invited to attond lh? funeral, this (Monday) afternoon, at half-past cue o'clock, tioiu hi# I.Ue reside, co, 232 West Slxteonth street. O'Brikn.?On Sunday, October 18. at No 204 Fast Broadway, Mary Hbijwa, youngest daughter of Dens O'Brien, aged 8 m' tiths and 15 days. Dublin papers please copy. Pikkc'k?On laurday, October 18, of scarlot !or, Frank Habrioit, youngest son or Kenjamiu H. and Amit M. Fierce, iu the tttli year ol his age. The relatives and frtandsof tbo family aro respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the house of B.N. I'armaloe, No 181 Fast Eightoouth street, on luosday ntnrning, at 11 o'ciocY. Pkmxpkm?Ch Sunday, October 19, John 11..youngest son of uuorge aud the lato Piiobe Ann Posinger, In the 28d year of his age. N^tico of the funeral to to-mor rows papor. Bkii.lv.?On Bunilay, Octolior 19, Marv Ei.lkn OicrnA?i!f Bkillt, daughter or Michael Keilly, la the 3d year of her ago. Rerpiitwcat In pace. The friends of (be family arc invited to attond tbe funeral, Irom her father's r'-mdencs, ITS Tenth avenue, between Fortieth and Forty first streets, this (Monday), a. teruoou, at noo o'clock precisely. Stmons.?On Sunday, October 19, Haioahbt 8 8v mobs, shiest child of Henry and F.lr/.a Bymous, aged 5 yours und 2 uiouths. The funeral will take place from tbe residence of bar pnrouts, Oxford street, near Myrtle avenuo,Brooklyn, tbia (Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock. NisnuiAirEovs. J\, R?T?1860?.V?DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTER* invlgoratss. strengthens uud puriUes the system. in a per fect appetizer and nature ? griat restorer. It Is rumbaed of put* Ml. Croix Bum, celebrated Callmya Murk, root* aatl lierbo. Particularly adapted to weak and d licate peruana. andean te railed un form purity. It cures Dyspepsia, Ian >l the si gentle lonlo. and Is Just the thing forclia iges of Hold brail grocers, druggists, bonds and saloons. P. II. DRAKE A CO.. 202 liroadway, Ne.v York. All housekeepers will save ao per cent by buying at S. 0. BASSKOKD'S, Coopei InslU'ite. Call and sec for yourselves. A J. EVEKDBLL'B WEDDING CARDS.?TH EAK ? celebrated cards sold only at 1102 Broadway, corner of Duauo street Established 1140. LE9. SMITH A BROTHER'S CHOICE PALE ALBS. Brewery. Eighteenth street, between Seventh and Eighth aecnuea, Hew York clly. A BOX OK PAPER AMD BNVEUIPBH (BINOLK INI rial ready marked), only ?1 M. at til MBKKDK'S MS Brand way. r litL'TCHES AND CANES CRUTCHES AND CANES? \J at the inauufactnri is, A. OuX'S SONS, XI Maid?n lane. (10RNS, BUNIONS, INVERTED NAILS. ENLAGGED J joints, and all disea* s of 1 An lei t run I without pnln or inconvenience io lbs patient, by Dr. ZAt'llAKIB. Surgeon Chiropodist, 7oO Broadway. Reims to physicians and Sur geons o! the. ctt*. * DK GUTM ANN'S OKIOINAL RUSSIAN VAPOR BATIIS, .173 Fourlu Street, betwt mBrai lsa) and BoseJJl These Baths, titled up in the ne st eh gaut and I ?<yle. a1-* a certain remedy lor CHRONIC DISEASES OK THE sKIN, I IlltONIC I ATAKIHM (Cold) KULCM tTISM AND COCT, J'ARALVSIS AMI* NEURALGIA, |?RI RIAL AKI EC HONS, UYMPEI'BIA. AO.. AO. Eli# establishment U open daily froiu 7 A. M. to II) P. M. Pol- ladles t rom lit to 12 A. M. On *?< n lays, for gentleman only, from 7 to 12 A. M. Teruia mode rale. T\IREt TION LABELS AND TAGS?AIJ. KINDS. if white mil colored prnteii and idam, Itt ^paotltloa t? ??tit pun hasers, at VICTOR K. MAL'GKKs, 113 chambers si. Dr. von kallknstkin. Kar sliteen years associate of bis fathei, Gerhard von Kalen?>in. In the Helled atntt, near Dresden, Germany and founder of the Patrharou I leith insgitutlou, mat Bh-gh ou, Rngl.iud, wSl treat all diseases of WOMEN, GOUT, CHRONIC RHEUMATISM, no matter of how long standing. CU IANEBI 8 NHEABEtV and that scourge to American society, DlSPBt'hlA _ To the poor, advice and meilWaa grans. Medwine and d!r ? tlonssent io any uait of Ihweugin'rv , __ NO. 5 EAST liTH ST, SE/.K UNION SQl ARB. Fine gold waich chauVa, kob ladies and gent ? men, now and e|eg?at ?tylne. P?r sale by OK(X J. Al.l.BN 416 BrowIway, una 4 nor below Canal street. rnlHK GOLD HUNTING W aTCHKB POR LADIES ? P Some as low as $Z"> ewfc, wai ranted correct lima kosp. irs For sale by OKGKGfc U ALLEN. No 413 Broadway, mr door lielow Oanai WWV 6r f atsi ly No. II Wall -treet. ROGERS * RAYMONM CLAIM THIS SEASON TO hour away the palm. '.run *11 lornpeiiior* inlheal" lytni.T, variety, tnodnial* I utona and iieneral av-lleore of ili?lr aitrnaire eUxik v? jjo/a' Winter *0(1 Foil Clothing. Pap-aia and olbera, to- ? hum ar-untuny nnti the atylea lire object*. WSI ? rto well to call. Stored 111, US, IM K..liu?otr.?t, ivort JU Bur ?t?,y Tents for sctiju .s and dagu erreot ypistb. A. U ? .VLER, Maim fact u. er, i? Ea*l Broadway. UNION PAPER AND ENVELOPES. PRISE PACER, gea, Armv Pw ttnlio*. wholaenfn dealer* aopplled, by <*. S. HASKINB / 4 CO , t? Beekuiaaatm-t, New fork. WEDDING ,VY D VISITINO CARDS ENGRAVED AND Printed J aauperior ?tjle, tl J. LAI DEB'S, No. t John etreei, n< or Br u nt way 20.000 ?Off OF GOOD PAPER WANTED.? Sir? Ap| . ot th" Hero] 1 oIter r POLITICAL. RALLY FOR TIIB ONION. V RAND MASH RATIFICATION MEL TING AT TIVK BROOKLYN ACADEMY OF MUSIC. Thea Union, the Cooatltutinn, ond the Maintenance of the Law*." AY condemn Ire eltliena of King* ormnty; o'l in favor of a ??** rood pronerntion oml o apeody Ihrml nation or the war; in lororof the freedom of ?i eecb, of the preen, ond of tho rR;ht of tbn tllUen to the wrtt of habeo* eorpua; and nil rip. Cm laod to plnii.leiin* the p ibllo Trooeni y, to abnlttloulani *:i-| ceeeloniin), and or. '?^^^-^VrVtMo'o5tSCBBi a. AT 7>d O'CLOCK. THE HON. HORATIO SEYMOUR will pcatllrely .nlrtrea* the meeting. and the following g*n. llenun hare heen Invited ond aro alto e? peeled to be nre*. o| and addreat the meeting ? Htm. Da. I.I R. Floyd Jonet, Hon Gilbert Dean, iloo John Yati Bttren, lion. Stephen P. Rnaael, Hen JaineaT. Br.ul>. Lon Moaea K. Odeii. Hon. Jamea Rronga, lin. Martin KoIMaiMfe, ? Ion Richard O'Oormnn, Hon. Henry C. Murphy. Hon. Horace P. Clark, Hon. Samuel Qarrteoa. And other*. By order of the Committee oi Arrangement* - * JAMES ?. I.RAIU. ChAlnwm John Writi. SscieiAi r.