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W A S H / N ii TO N C I r Y : SAT! RB'.V ??ct?l??r 18, ?touUl be uiudea la fe? 1; or c f, ?.tke*wi?f t Ley msy ool appear D ? ? * n?-;t Ji**. THE WXZKLY STAB. Our weekly iaeuc of to cay wi'l bo foaiid to ecrtain a vast am< unt of infer?it ng ar.d val uable political news aad ftiti.-tics. The m s celiancous department is alio o poeially ricb. Head the poetical g m " Barbara," tho tbril liEg tea itoryuLcok < ut Abe ;d," and the Western ta'e i f " Ket.i utl >n." l'rica three ents for single copie*, or $1.25 psr year. ^ ^ ? ?FIK IT OF THE MOKyjNd FR ESS. The Union reviews wi h no littlo severity the arguments of the London Tunc* in .avor of Fremont, wherein that journal labors pal pably to w^rk the Northern United States up to a point whereit their att:tudo may bring about a dissolut'on of the Union. The Union also oon'ains an article upon the pecuniary transactions of Fremont with the Oorerriacnt in which the beauties of " Beef" and MarifOMTs.re mo=t effectively blngdcd. It would be well f r the Demjcraiio National Commit:ce to cau?e the Union's article to be widely circulated in pamphlet form. The Intelligencer publisher tho correspon dence between the president of the late t?id Line Whig Convention an 1 Air. Fillmore, and also the acceptance (in lct'.er ) by Mesara. Fill more and Donelson of the nominations of that ccnveniion. As thcro is now no earthly j ros pect that these gettlemen will receive a .-ingle electoral vote, quotations from their letters would hardly be worth the space they w u'd occupy in tho St it'* column* We, therefore, refrain from quoting tbrm OoriT for Xovkmser.?From the publish ers we h..ve received Goiey's Lady's Bok for November. We havo only timo for a yeep into its urcut page.-, but from the beau'y and ?ojiousr.css of the illustrations we sh; u'd s,:y that Qodey has ui dertaken to " sproau ? him self this month upon his popular ir.aqasino. Graham's Ma*>azi3e, for November, ju;t received from J. ^hillington, has its u ua' large amount cf original reading matier, and many of the articles are illustrated by capital original wood cuts,?the cuts really illustra ting the article*, and not the articles adaj ted to tho cuts, as sometimes happen?, we magins, In magazine geitii>?*-up. PERSON t ....Mows IT. (rrinoell, ece of tho electors on the i remcnt ticket, drew 1 is draft on Satur day for SlO OOtf, payable "to my country as bearer V It ? believed to have gorj to Pennsylvania. 6 ....One of the candidates nominated for Congress by the Democratic State Convention of California is Charles L Scott, h-?? son of Robert G fec-ott of Richmond, Va . aLd late cociul to Riu Janeiro. ....Mr A J Mr,alder, the nominee for su perintendent of public instruction in Cab for ma, id from Washington city, and the demo rratic candidate there for cleik of the Supreme Ccuri Mr Charles"Fairfax, itfrrm the vicini ty cf Alexandria, \a Ossian L D dge, who was f>r some year# hedging around tuc e< ui.Tv n* a cornw r oali- , his rt married, end settled down at Cleveland, Ohio, where be ha* opened a muMc store and put 'ishes a paper called the '? Musi cal Harp.'' ? ??? Hen. Charlt's J- Jenkins. tLc Geortrla whig, is a letter dai ?d October 6. eon'radicta the report that since he came out for Buchanan he had become reconciled to FijJn ore and re turned to his support. lxr. Jenkins say-, ho abandons Mr. Fillmore on account of his wtuk nes??, ai d believing the eon *-est to be between Buchanan and Fremont he ?uppor's Bu^^ anan. POLITICAL ITEM.:i. Judge A>x McKinstnr, of the 35chile t'ity Court, has come out for Buchanan. It^ appears by the <(5;ial votj by <J5.;trir'i? in Berks county that in the fifty di-tri ts which cornp?.?e the county thcro i? a (ii. Duocrat majority in tvery ono. There were \'j 215 votes polled in Cir.cinn \ti last week? by the Bem'crats, 5 08H by the Americans, an l 3,17y by tho llepublicacs. Last year the total vote wa-> only 17.102. Bon J. M. S Ciuein, tho talented and di* tinguwjbed Whig, intends next week to take toe stump in favor of Buchanan and Breckin ridge, says the Annapolis Kepublic&n. The meetinff of the Fremont State Convtn ?ion of Pennsylvania, ?t JUnrrisfccry, ha.- bocn postponed until the 25th ir*t. There i.->, yet, no Fremont electoral ticket in Pcnmyl vania The New \ ork Conuiiercia), one of tho iw r reliable W b'lrjounn!^ of tliat ci'y, is r/v^w lag the re.-alt of the Pennsylvania cite lion, ?ay* "Col. Fremont's election i< really and Without c ntrover-y, entirely hop? Uss " The whole Whi?. American and Dt-mocra'iJ press is naturally enough lnughiui^ outrigrit at the Triboi.e's etorv of their being two l"r - monts, and that the Republican candidate t-tt the Presidency is a different man from tho Fremont who has heen a Roman Catholic ar 1 so often been in Roman Catholic Churcbe,'. Becrher, whose godfather named hiui W,t,ri, intending him for a " ward" politician ir of a divire, prophesied in regard t?? the i r< -- ent campaign tho* *? This campaign is to he os? of eminent and cboumiiutr fah?Lvtd It will r?in and bail lies Tbey will tx ir.c liko frogs and murrain Let no man be alarmed " Beecher is not alarmed ! lie is a prophet who ''an work the fulfillment of his awn vaticina tuns When it rain* lies he n?ed not cp his umhrel.a. He lg already frjaked to the skin. The Eaaton (Pennsylvani i) Sentinel says : Oar opponents hare harped a great deal about I x-Govern' r Boeder's mirhty icflnenre with the people of his native county, and n-.w that the election is over and the result i-< known, we shcuM like some ef his Ropt.h liean friends to pint it out to us The county has given eight hundred more Democratic ma joiity than xt ever didj and even tho wr.rd :n ^hich he lived haigair.ed 71 Democratic votes k-Cr eiec-'oc' He has turr.cd rraitor to v'l**.?-* foJ rra<mr probably bea kr.?wn to rr w I. politically he is as much despised 81 ?*? enee respected." we^Mn^hunti"a d"n t ?PP*mT to >??t? ?t p?y Democra--' l S ul' *lilhetf to apply to the ly S^so without kn. wice o'" wordt they ce. I, iP ,t ajeMD,^F l-'t Bcehanier which tU^rl *fc,v v * r a * 14 j?-.j * , this querv we baro consulted We^a'er'a 1 bridged Dictionary, ?nd find that the signification of the word is, ' our whose. ' .<?/ wj.? it is to hunt fi/ti cattle and f ? t?uite t; prnpriate, truly' Wc are ,.ui 0 re conciled SO tho title. Wo are huntlr ? ju,t that sort of game, and wo like to he ?r tbrm charge* *' 'n response to eur dis CbinafrlVl ? b*CTaU;*?'t? Union, that it in Tuoluuine ^VtyhDwSith0,Lg*ormoBf;^'k wi;b f* !d dust iu , J hag well filled wboU: u zzc&z: zz\b^,r litnr tb h his load ef KoId i, ? U *"0' ?'"* !Le '?'i^?o?-0chua^r t. th!B*mxn ex-ect?-d I <. i ",#?wr, *? ? .. .h?b?? u.^,4 dMt WM ^ IVASnINGTOX Ni:\VS AXD GOSSIP. The Elections.?PEsasvt-vA.ii a?The cor rections in the first accounts made up to 1 p m to day iu Philadelphia, authorise the belief that the Democratic 8tat? ticket bis been elected by between 6 anJ 7,000 majority. We have carried fifteen ont of Pennsylvania's twenty-five members of Congress. Indiana. Nothing has been received here to-day to hbnke our confidence in the belief thit Willard's (Dem ) majority fvr Governor wil' be lets than 5000, and the ofEeial returns may run it up to 7000 Wo havo six mom beMof Congros3 from Indiana, and ourfriends in Indianapolis hare strong hopes that tho of ficial returns will show that we have at least two mor e. Ohio.?We are without private dispatches to-day from tho Ohio election. Ourfriends in Columbus assured us la?t night of the elec tion of Groe?bcck, Pendleton. Miller, Co*, Cockrell; also of Horn and Medill from who*e districts tho returns aro not yet all in They think that Ederton is elected also, though de clining to Etato it to cs as a fixed fact. All those named above arc Democrats. Fremont's Religion ?Louis F. Tasistro, Es*]., and Richard Yeadoti, E*<j ,?tho latter being one of the editors of the Charleston (South Carolina) Courier, one of the mildest and most con-ervativo journal! in the South? arc after the " Woolly Horse" with particu larly sharp sticks. Mr. Tasistro in no', long sinoe audres?ing a lil!iu<>rc meeting at Day ton, Ohio, naid?we '|U->te from the Chronicle of that city? '* //?' Luew i'ttf Fremont to is a Cutho/ ic ?t/iat tie (T:\s.stro) then u ( \t t hoi ir h ivi - Aft! ? that i\lr. Fremont, during his stay in Washington. i tty. previous to tin; time of 'his nitir. inge, regular!u uttended th* \anif church with htniteJf?that it* iius stiii I\ti. Fremont, tiui' and again, go through with thr. Catho lu /uriuuiu of K'orshiy. And in tiie words of Mr Ta a!Stro?1'reuiont ? jitc ami int/te were in lne opposite side of the at*/. o/' the Mime church, atid uh. hava prayed at the fhrirte togelhtr a hundred liui'x " Mr. Yeadon, writing over hi* own name lu tho New York IV'wt, says : '? I now proceed to state a fact, m. io g.r manc to my case, on my personal retrji'uri bility It is th: t icy colleagues in Charleston have in tueir possession or control, lotter? or havo hoi acee?s to them, from Mrs. Fre mont he- te/f to a highly respectable lidy i i Charleston, (whore name is km wn to mv col leagues and myself ) "in which eli*>, (Mr.'. I ,) refers to her husband's (John C Fre mont'.*.) wit lulra walfrom the Roman Catho lic church;' ;<nd to'hirg but a r.Uiier t.io fastidious tcp.se i' d< I ciey prevents my cji lt: agues from publishing tbo:e letters, unk-s C 'jl IrcKout. (as tbcj havo repcutod.'y and publicly challenged hiia to do ) shall deny, uuJer his twa tame, (or authorize some rc tpontible pers^n to J .. . f,r him ) that he his ever be< u a Roman Catholic I Again ; a dent:.-t in Charleston, of reaj ect I ability as a uun and eminent in his profisrion, (whose tarae is in pos.-e.dion both of L'iy col leagues and mys?lt,) has i: formed my col leagues ?' that he w. s preient, at one or more interviews botw-.en Fremont and his mother, Airs Ilale, when the apostacy of the former,' fr m Prjtcst.ji.iim, (the cretd of his decoaeed father,) w.is referred to.' This infortaacion is siy yet confidential, but the seal of confidence will be removed if Col. Fremont shall dare to mako tho i sue presented and cimlltnged by the Charleston Courier. ?'Lastly, Mr. tbenezer X^ayer, a highly rcpeetubltt fr?ce school teucher, (who, I beliave, part tduo-aif"! C"l, Freuiout, in the free sebo 1, urder his (Mr. Th.'yor*.4) charge ) and who ha J himsc'f been i*i con munion with the Ro man Ciitboiic Churo'i, 1 h-is t'>t>Ji*d, ' for my collo;'met. '? :i_ut Mrs xl<>ie has c nverted v*-ih Lib , G!: th-j pulject, cx^.Ies^ing her re grets that ?? Churleshrfs turned lloman Catho lic " "Mrs. llale, ly her m ternal ii:tlu:nce. pcr.uadcd her fon *? Ch .rlea," in e;?rly lifo, a> _ut his fourteenth year, to und<rg > the rite o: Prc-ttstar t Ej?iscopnl to];Sriniiti?;n, n ? the a-tods of Ei-hop Gadsden, iu Charleston Ho sub.-e'iuent.y. however, thruv? off his mother's kading-etiiii^s and ^uthoiify, and united him felt with th. Roman Catholic Cbusch, t .waid wuich Le h?J al Witys laanitc^tcJ attrcug pro* c.iviiy, a- tho ebureh of his deceased f.ither. \et, it stems frtni Mr?. Fremont's letters to htr corrtSj?o:.dent in Charleston, that conj jgal influence, tr fome ether powtrlul motive, (a rei?gious vn?. fioiu tho Colonel's av.'wed'iu ? liffcrei ce t j religiou.it cannot be,) has in duced him to turn again?a>o, " he ean turu '?^;d turn again," (like an c-c!.) to suit his own purp'.sos,^ or those oi the v.irt-wcrker?, of v? L m ho is the pliant j,upj.ct ^ It i> manifest, taes, that Co!. Fremont ^ .aiiJs convict^j of tbf? ain ot double ;y .o religion, (first a Protectint, then a Roman Catholic, htd then, protensively perh ps, a rote^'ant pg^in.) besides bfii.g a renegade n politics and a trait' r to hi^ friends tnj ?-i3 fctaie. 4 All things Ly tuns, and nothing long, surely ought tj h- tho motto for this slippery I re a Suil candidate !? r the Prtd de;jcy " j IhoNovT V>,rk Tri/.rm must ha ton to hud I r. third Fremont on the army list, it j. would . tve .1 vhn Thirlcs fr< in the ug'y consc uecccg | 4 4 ? ?''t'u Ji", ^lopiucnt au.^?g tho intense 'in'i j Oathokc voters of the North, noarly half of ; w.jrrn the bittere-t half yerhaps, nr?r yetsup , i- rters ?.f its oily canJidau I ' " '' ~ ^ 'lcr I'rcI'ur*Llf? tiio uu<j\o .>rtLle, ?.*o learned incidentally of a fact of no little inter e-t in thijconncctiun Viz : a Catholic lady of this ci!y, <-t high finding in Society, on g ?in ? int > tho hou. c cd t!.olat?< venerable and bt loved J-atiifcr Mi-t.i.w, . u ono o.c tsien met Col. John C. i rtuiont ou t;,tt thieshh ild, the lattei being in the act of leaving tiio piesence of the fo generally revered clergyman. <?:i entering ^is f:;t:ig room, Father Mathews jointed to five dollars laying on his table, and remarked that the gentleman the lady had met was to other than the celebrated Fremont, who had leu that money there to pay for masses to bo : .i l for him, n? ho was g< ing ever tho Rocky * fountains V, c have the i.amo of the lady, who will lubstantiata the fact if Col. Fremont denies i.. it wa- related to us by her sor.-ia ?r.w. a physician in larg? praetico among us. Ihe Kansas-^ebreska Bill?If ever an iiiif ortant measure of state was vindicated by t!.e people it has been iu the case of the Kan sas-Nebraska bill, ia the recent o'ections. Ihe contest everywhere has been over it. and over that measure a!oi:c-?Lr:ehing for free ?: >m in Kansas bcir.g the only ihibboleth of the opposition. No otho* subject matter save Kansas has been coi.tiidcred iu their speeches or newspapers. Even Lonnctt, (,f the h. s pl.iyed tho ab./liti.rn demagf guo as perti i-aci a.jy and vehemciiily a3 tho most ardont d.Miplj of Lh.yd Garrhk/n and Frod. Doug. *tu- hurcly. thoy will not complain that r can^e ha3 not had a fair hearing' Far breath r':.t;i'b' \jk anJ l'*4^1". *nd iruch more .u ro?r"oj ?? "? .v?, btr ?"j Pr^?"., 0;:;j.Ip?Jed -n ua.. a II bo bad ?r,r; T* ,Ue l,-ni,'n bar orpabllco^ulol'.'ju^" 'T""8 " "" UM ,m?Ub^r"'J'ot 'j CoTigrckiuual oppoaeou of tbo ' "f lh" condemned to g,v? Wily to iu friends Tbi isequ>valeot to adiflerenceof vot? m th# House lUjreientat.ve ' fhey are the 1. whi be remembered, who throughout tbe last <>e??ion war* eternally threatening the northern friends of tbe Kansas Nebraska bill with the vengcanco of their constituents. How these apples -warn for tho time being! The libo of their swaggering w?? never seen be fore ! Where, now, stands oppotition to tbe principle of the Kansas-Nebraska policy of this so well abused administration' If over the wisdom and patriotism of a great measure of slate wai vindicated, that has been done in the Congres.-ional elections of Tuesday la t> in tho caso of that bast abused of all well abused measures?the Kansas Nebraska act. Put him in a Class Caie, and seed him to Barnum!?At 2i p. m. yesterday, our talented, amiablo and ingenuous neighbor was still cock sure,c'en-a-most, that Pennsylvania Lad triumphantly elected the three Fremouters on the late Fusion State ticket, whom he has been urging the Keystone-State Fillmourners to support with so much vehcmonce throughout tho lust eight weeks. Nay, he is positively certain from the signs embraced in tho result of the Peunsylviinia election of Tuesday Isst, that the State mil on the -kh proximo give a majority of from twenty to thirty thousand against Buchanan ! llo has uo earthly doubt of the fact, and gravely devotes a column and a ha'f to the work of satisfying his readors that they Uii'y safely bet i n it. \Sell, there are 1'uuuy people in this world ol ours; and our in teresting neighbor is fairiy cutitled to be re< li onet! "one on 'cm." The man goes about his task .<?) earnestly as to gonerate tho suspicion that he really believes what ho writes in that c >nr.fction, though to credit his sincerity is to conclude that ho hag gone stalk inadr~i!ut lie is, truly, the most sanguine gentleman we ever knew. That ho should publish gflirrf r^irgs with the returns then reoeivod before his eyes, account.- f> r his previous losies in political venture." iu times past, of which some time since he di;c-urscd hi.* reaiers. 11 >w can a man without practical biains su.ccel in poli tics, or anything else f 1Jis fricn-ls who have loet so heavily by b? t tir.g i.n his as everations a? t j what th; result ot this Pennsylvania election would be, have but themselves to blame ; for tbey had beforo them tie severe lemon* to have been drawn from reliance on his judgment relative to the probable re-uHs ..f the contest between Wt e and Flcurnoy ard the l ist Washington i-'.'j municipal contest, in both of which he burnt out the bottoms of tlicir packet* uiost success fully Mer. wh-j will thus be gulled Into sci h severe losses three times in so short a peri- d by tho same adviser, *,.;n really bliiao but themselves. We protest against tho curres tbej are now showering upon the poor fellow 's head, as ho had clearly proved himself pr-j viously t > be essentially a " witbiug in su:h mnttcrs Men like th>>;o duped by him, :s explained above, should not complain after thus pertinaciously playing know nothings ia matters of business as well as politi;s i Ihe Bleo 3?e- s Chicken ? ihe editor of the Doylestown (Pa ) Veuiocrat, is somewhat jubilant ovor the result of the election in bis county of Bucks. It will be remembered that Bucks was first telegraphed as having giv n 50 majority for ike iufcion State ticket. It however turned out that it had really given 1000 majority for the Democrats The fact is announced in an extia from tho Doyle town D mortal ? fii re with a crowing heading, as f ilow. la riy ? Mining its c :it <r to b ? r i ard ei ; tha vc ritabie " Blu'j lien'. Ch'ck*.. " IIA VE YOU H EAR D THE XEWS '> GHEAT EAKTilQUAKc: IN BUCKS ! 1 teWooilv Horse Fuurd'-redontbe Kocky Moun a'.n>, a d the > i gers ? out on the Pmlrles ' ? EMOCKATIC IlL'JOl) WOKTH TEN CENTS A DROP ! Buriing'<iue, Greeley. Wilmot, Ueeder, Banks HLd Abby Kelley Floundering among the Niggers! The livrdn Ruffians Ahont, and the Pemo cut* and Old Luib Wings Canymg the J 'iag and Keeping Step to the Music of the, Union. The People of Poor "Bleeding Kansas" to Oov im Themselves and M^ke tfceir Own Laws! THE FOUL SLASHERS OF THE ABOLITION IKTEL LlGfHCER EEBUKED BY THE PEOPLE ! THE JACKSON DEMOCRACY EHOKE LOOSE' LICKS GIVES ABOUT ONE THOUSAND MAJORITY ! Ihoir I xcusc.?Our amiable and interest ing neighbor has made up his mind to expose tho frauds by which he insists tho Pcnn.ylva nia election was carried, though etill claiming that Lis own 4' Fremont State ticket"' (as his co laborer ol the New York Herald si\les ii) hi'S triumphed there by a glorious uifij riiy. in this connection he is cstntiaily " troubled with rut-1," or by tho ghe.it of "i'orncy." The l'fmi\ylvanion, however, thus put3 to tli^ut all ueh excuse:, f.-r the recent d?'f?.at of the cposition there "The A??chi:gaie Vote or the Citv ? Tho op}>osition; an tho most available dge to excuse a da tout where 'bey had promised a triuni|jh; cry i ut " iraud,'" because there were <'?i ??7'? votes polled in this city on Tuesday l?it. It' jw, wo need oniy revert to tbe fact that, at the tegular annual assessment mude for the /ear 1^48, there were returned from tlio twnty-four Wards < f the city of Philadel phia, ninety-four thousand seven hundred and thirty-one taxable inhabitants ! An i when to this nuiubur, tnc extra assessments are added, it is ( liicially established that there over one hundred thousand taxable male adults in the city of Philadelphia To assert then, with t'ais fa^t before tuem, that 17(i votes could not be polled without a resort to fraud, is to assert an ubsurdity and a falsehood." Mr. Fillmore.?A correspondent of the Rich mond Enquirer, places Mr. Fillmore in a very delicate po.ition, in tho following conclusion of a communication in that journal of the day before yesterday : "Tho communication to which I have al luded was certainly iu the editor's possession ! Let mo ask tho Whig through your columns, Messrs. Liitors, if a letter Jrom Air. Ei 11 more 10 IP/;* M. Cornell, the candidate of tbe American narty of Massachusetts for high cflioe, lit which Mr. Eillm<tre ,>ayt that he is utter/V opposed to the extension of slavery into any territory, or the admission of any mote slavehofdtnjr States into the. Union. ; and- that h* defies any one to prove to the cont/ary ; that his sentiments are eutirtly misrepresented by those vivo would attempt to prurr the holding f>y him of views <li**imi lar to those o f the. Eretnont Republican par /// ? 1 inquire, if a letter containing >uch seL timents would shed any light upon the darknets in which the Whig is groping ! Is the exist ence of 3ucb a letter doubled ' It can be called for. Mr. Fillmoro wrote, and Wui M. Cornell, of Boston, received it D. 11. W. Bostou. Mass , Oct 11, 1854 Our amiable, talented and icgouuous neigh bor, who daily shows so comtueudable zeal in saving the South from being utterly bamboo zlad by tho Democracy, baa her* a glorious opportunity to serve that South he loves so very intensely! We expect to lind him call 11 g iu his every issue for the publication of this pregnsnt missive The Orcat Speech of tho Canvass ?J ha rccent speech of Senator KMT Hunter, of Virginir.. at Poughkeepsie, is, bydong odds, the snoi' Uatesmttdike and p>wertul pro.'u:tion ot tie prtrent canvass on either sidu which it has been our good fortune to read. He, quietly, jet conclusively, demonstrate* the utter folly of hopes that the Sooth can rentare to remain ia the Union with the administration of ita national affairs iu the hands of an Executive Government holding to th? principle* of Frt montism, and shows that the North most be tho loser by thus throwing away all thfe many advantages for which it is indebted to the Union, and to ita cxistenco alone. Not a word of bluster is to be found in this great speech, which is equally free from a senti ment hostile to the coniinuanee of the Confed eracy as made by our fathers, or to frank acquiesetice on the part of the South to all the many legitimate disabilities that fall to its let under the workings of this Government administered in good faith with an eyo single to tho defence of the rights of all the States and sections. Copies of this speech should be placed in the hands ??f every voter in the non-slaveholding States. Its effect, as dis seminated, would counteract all that all the abolition demagogues in the land of pulpit, press, and legislature have done, or can pos sibly accomplish in tho next quarter of a cen tury, in tbe way of weakening the bands that hold us together as one people. Bribery and Corruption ?As the New York Herald and Tribune are professing to believe that the Democrats carried tho election in Philadelphia by fraud, bribery, 1c., we hav? to say that on Saturday evening last Moses 11. Grinned checked for SlO.OOo payable to " my country or bearer," which, with SlO.ODO more, was duly carried to Philadelphia by Mr. Thur low Weed. It reached there only on Monday night, and was used in behalf of the fusion ticket in that city alone we understand. Another Fusion Ticket ?We Icaru tLat la3t i.i^ht Thaddeus Stevens A Co., managed to carry their point in getting up iu Philadc' phia, a ?ort of Union Opposition electcr.il tick - e\ with a lot of pretendel Fillmourners. It is computed wholly of really rabid Frcmonters, d -me of wnoin profesa to be Fillmore uon in' order o gull tho honest supporters c f the lat t.?r. Tho regular Fillinora State Committee still continuo.to repudiate any such electoral amalgamation. Wheu last voting up< n the subjeat they stj<>d 20 against it to 2 in its fa vor. The United States St?amihtp Wabash, will probably remain off Annapolis, Maryland' during the whole of the next week. Iha I ni'ed State3 steamer Engineer has been or dered up to that point to take off to the ship such visitors as may desire to inspect her. Cle ical Cuangis.?We learn on the avenue tuat Messrs. C. F. Widup, of Indiana, and Goorge W. Biardman, of Wisconsin, were to day removed from first class ($1,200 per an num) clerkships in the General Land Office. The SECreUry cf War, the lion Jefferstn Davis, is expected to roiurn to this city to night lbe Current Operations of the Treasury Department -On yesterday, 17th of October, there wore of Treasury warrants en erel on t!;o books of the Dopartiuent? Por the redemption of Stocks.... 324.738 63 north's Treasury Department... i ,sy8 59 For the Interior Department..... 3 272 32 PorCu-toKH I0 ?3| 02 W ar warrants received an l en n tereJ ? ? ? ? ? v 2S I Un account of the Navy 110 i07 22 | AAkavt Sir if.?It is stated that tbe amount ot business p*fer maturing at the New York city banks, between the 1st &q<1 2i'h of the present month, is forty millions of dollars. _ SOLDIERS OF THE ?CS5T~W AR OF lcrhi ?w.ember* of the Association < f the hold ers of tbe War of 1*12 of nMhJhS# it^ c"i,U!D^a< at-end the funeral 1/1 ^ Brlgadltr General James Thompson, this afternoon a; 4 o'clock. By order -11 R BURGESS, Sec. K ^t^MEDICAL DEPARTMENT OF THK OKUKtiSTOWN COLLEGE -The fei, V ? , .rLnst!tutlon w:i1 commence r.n the jnh l"-<ynt. I he introductory to the Course will I r0f Mo k,i ^ M. D , on HON 1..' ,he1i,utl instant at 8 o'clock p m The public are Invited to attend or I* li ELIOT, M D. Dean. ? _ _> N OT 1 c E ?THE MEMBERS OF the Good Will Club are hereby notified a ?n^Ung of the Club win be held at liar inonyhall, on MONDAY EVENING, OrteSr fullv 3tn'* " ^,loc* A 'n11 attendance In respect ful y requeeted. j. A. BAKER, Recording ;*ecrct::ry. r. ? wt iAKE PLEASURE IN AN ?a"un,rlB^? lb,> cltiz-n* of Washington hat the first Grand Ball of the Marion Club wlli ake pUce at rempeiunce Hall, on l~th Novem ber By order of the Pro'tlent. CUAS C MtBEE. WASHINGTON LIGHT INFANTRY to a^"'V>le at the Armory on MONDAY AFTERNOON,at I o'clock, in full uniform, with pompons, f r parade aud ? arget llring. By order or Capt Davis: 11 H. RIOHEY, O. 8. ,NOTICE ?THE SUBSCRIBER been leave to call tlii'atlrtiition of tbe nubile to his stock of GLASS aud >( V Kfi.NSW A RE before purchasing elsewhere, as by so doln* thev wiu save frora lit to *23 per cent. and Uluner lower than the lowest at . a7en,1''> between yth and 10th street*. Je9 Cm JOHN McDEVITT. m. *JO FOR A JOLLY NIGHT. I he members of the Jolly Clab take gteit-pleasure in announcing tothHr friends ard public generally, that th??y will give their first Grand Cotillon Party on MONDAY , October -Jo h At COLUMBIA llALL, Cap tol HID ' _Tickets FIFTY ChNTS-tobe had at Tho. R Lwyei h Restaurant, and of the members, or at thrdo ?r. Dance to commence at 8 o'clock Bv order of the Committee. oc 15 WTb&M4t*. ?HO ' FOR THE GOOD WILL CLUB THIRD ANNUAL BALL OF THE MOOD WILL CLUB On \\ EDNESDAY EVENING, Novemberl^th AT CARU8I S SALOON ' 1 articular* In future advertisement. ocG-eolm JLi KLODEOnS.-T HREE BEAUTIFUL uiodel Melodeo.ns ju?treceived t^-dav at the great I'lano Forte and Music Establishment of JOHN F. ELLIS, ?? ? between 8th and Wlh atrrets. HOODS," HUTS, LEG. gins. Gloves, Hosiery. Comforts, Cloaks, and Shawls, selling low at No. 2J0, between 8th and 0.h, on the avenue. 0018 h. j Mclaughlin a co. W*5 T.1'310 bushels oFprime wi:,te Mercer Potatoes lust arrived on Schooner \ tola, from New Jersey, and will be sold in lots to suit purchasers PETER BERRY <* M N^^reet, Georgetown A^"Ft\T I*?JWr?*OU?H FOR ALL. I he New York Ledger, the ladies' toy, mst received for Octob-r 23th, In advance by tbe As sociated Publishers Agent. FEkguSON. 00 18 pext to Lammond's, 450 7:h street. |\1>N'T FORGET?BE AH IN MIND? ^ "emember I will present this week with each number of Leslie's lllusruted Paper, a beautiful ??5 Engraving from Landteer FERGUSON, ?? Neat to Lammond 4H5 7th street. Ov^NNBTS, BONNETS, BONNETS. ~~ b?ive just received from New Y ork tn?> iirbt*ntand laVgestHssortmentof ladlt s'kJB V and chlldrens' UOiXNETS to b3 found in ?he city. Please call and examine GEO U. CA8SIDY k. CO , Successors to A. Tate. 314 Peon ave , bet 00 !9 10th and llthstrets. W fl. nKTZKKOTT, Ctrair mt EUventk ?" ? street and Pennsylvania Avenue, has alwa>? on hand the larg.tt assortment rf PIANO fortes In Washington, from the celebrated f? torles of Raven, Bacon 4k;Co., W llllam Miller Ro enkrarr, and others, from ?174 up to ?8(0' yV"ftirtrt for two ye*?s, and kept ii tun? with out chsrge Prinaii's Melodeons, and a large stcck of Musical Instruments, la press? >?lj Tr orators.'1 oct 18?tf LIST OP LRTKM Past QfHct, Washington, D C., Oefater 18, 1886 [Ordered to be advertised In th* " Earning Star,*' agreeable to the following section of the Po?t Offic* Law?!t Win* the newspaper having the largest circulation of any daily paper pub lished in Washington: SMC. 5. And ba it fmrtkar macttJ, That the list of letters remaining uncalled for in any post offloeln anv city, town, or village, where news papers shall be printed, shall, hereafter, be pub lished once only In the newspaper which, being issued weekly, or oftener, tkall kart tkt largest circulation within the ranee at the delivery of said office, to be decided by the postmaster at such office.] I^Peraon* applying for letter* ts th* following Uat, ?IU pl*aa* It; thay are Adtksi LiDLIt' LIST All#n, Mr* ??ry W Or flSlb, Mr* JobS Aadiiwt, Kliaa Ganor, Allan M<nnlu?. A K Mcran, Ktrj A Mar low. ? H MI'lir, MIm Sits* Noble. Mr* T O' r**'.M **B Patn*jr, Mr* H Be**. Mtss Virginia B?ad, Mr* Martba Uo*tr j, Mr* Lf4>a Hack, MIm Inui Ao'd, Mr* Maria Adam*. Mr* R Arnoll, Kuiellne Allan. Mr* Brown, Miss I A GN?aty. MIm B Griffin, Mx* V Hon, Mrs Ma'a Hollorlae, Mary Barrl*, M.aa M Brook*, Ml** Ellen Hardle, Lou I a* J Bell, Mr* Bort?o*a Hurlay, lr* 8 Brown, Mr* Ann Herbert, Mr* M fl Barn, Ml** Snaan Bearer*, M!i* M Rereefond, Mra 0 Ba ley, Mlaa M Harass, Arrend neiry, Mr* O O Hadley. Mr* 0 Irain, Mr* Amelia Berry, MraPaay L ladell, Carmine Buodlnot, Mr* K Juno, Mr* Jalia Bndle, Ml** Mar!a " Berber. Oethar ne Oole, Mr* 8 K Claston, Mr* F g Clint n, Mr* L Clement*. Mr* K A Johnson, Mlaa C Ceatpbell, Mt*a A King. Mlae J W Jonea, Mre E S JarMia* 3 J Johlaoa, Mr* M A Jarkaon, Sallla D Jenklua, Miae 8 Chappell. M'a? B Daw, Mrs Mast J D.lly, Ml?* Ana J ltawaoi>, M'aa I. Doni, M'*? Klleu Blllotl. Mra M A Frye, Mr* Ann!* C l eal*. Mr* Jan* Fo*t r, Mr* B L*7*rly, Mies K Farglaon, Mr* I. Lyoua, Mia* M Fen l*r, M ra Sopiila Lei oy, U ae Flora I'nrclaon. Mlna M B l.ltlle, Mr* C Pi.her, Mr* Hari let l,ogadou, Miae M Fnrj'e >u, MifJohn Magruder, Martha FnrBnak.KMial.-tb Ma k. Me? Fly, Mia* Alice K M at*\ Mr* Fllia Oatnee, Mr* M O Brant, Mr* P M Graen. Mr* P M Green. Mm H K (ititer, Mr* Kerb*, Haaora Rase, Martha fcead, Cathartic Ryne*. Carolina Matitfc, Ml** Ancle 61m*, Her r'at*.a Smith, Ann C Smtib. Mr* A L t Pnydor, Mlaa L 8tever, Mlaa Bate Slater, Mlaa R.ipi la Klae*. Mtaa Mary A Snyd.r, Mia* BIWa Tallin an, Mlaa Ama Tborne, Mrs Cbee Tol* n, Mlaa I Tslcott, Mra M a Talco't. Mra A B T?ne'.l, Mra Bttaa Weei, Mlaa Marg et Wood, Mlaa Aagaeta Welah. Mr* Raral. West Mr* W f Winn, Mr* Mary Wearer, Mlaa H Wa*tiln(t-n. M Walter, Mra ASS Walker, Mia Job > Wileon. Mrs M A Wbeater, Mr* II Mill*. Mia* Rfle-'i Woodysrd, Mlaa J Mark*. Mr* A Werner, Mr* H Mark*, Mary K Walllugaford, Mra L M~.>ra, Mre C YV", I liana*, Ali?-a G Mill*, Ml** Saiaii t Key a, Mre Krtiger, Mra I. Kelior, MIh M Kellogg, Mrs K C Kelly. Bridget Lewi*, Mlaa I, INITIAL ? U ae A. H. OKNTI.BMEN'S LIST. Albi'lglu, 1 J Harris. Wm Alllaon, Gen SP2 Hraaalba I., Wm 2 Abbott, J mo P Hewland, T B A Atkiuaou, Rav J M Plin U, Tbeu Als'on, Jaa P Anlrewa. J It AlloU*. Ju" Aiid*r*ou, J no |> AulJ, H H Allen, Cbarlei Atkiuaou, Ciiaa H. gl-. S S Holt*. Mr Hoilan.t, M Hand, J W Hy.'e, Ja* Heflrraau, Jno Holt, M A i matron*, Jiueaa H. ITuian, H Boose. I. B ra<ly, W K Brnwo, Win BowK-, W D Baoka, W M Brown, Wui J Byru*, Thu* C Be. k, 1 J f? Bennett, 1 f? Brown, To?n**tt<l Bellat, Jean baker, S?li? Iiion d Bailer. S W Hradrut-, O B Herrj loan, l.eri.v H J..bne. o, laae tiorlaii'i, Jno B Johnaoa, Jamea H Howard, H Hartun^, H Hall. <i W Hay*. Glluor Henry, Gye Hu lson. k F Hall, K A Hamilton A Eirao* Hoyt, C T lleiikiiel'.wao.l, A J'niee, Wm C Jobntou. Wm Jor-lan, T W J a. kaou, Kicbar-I Bai rfater, Ke\ J Beune.t, Jamea Burua, Jno I Barultz, J T Benjamin, Joe D Bowie, Jno K Braly, Juo S Bail, H U Brown, H M Byrena, tiao C Boyle, Geo S Brn>*a, Geo Beat' n, F Baij ler, f. Bnrna, Dauni* J.hns.ii, C K Kei.iie.1r. WAS Kelly, Wtu King, Saml Kea^an, i'atri. k Kelly, Patrick Ketrhum. H Kuigbt, Bee F L Kelaer, Capt C S Lynch, Capt W F l^eejr. Win M I .owe. Warren Peyton, C>4 Jno K Fiarca, Hareay Preston. DM) Foriar, C G I'l.kard, Anoa Power*, A G Peai*ao, Albeit Preuaa. A f yniolan, L A Koacli, James Kiddle. Wm O Koaii, Wm K"Uae, Tboa Kiiodea, 8 M Kyan, Bar R M It Koidnaon, P J Hidgeley, Lloyl Kl -Hard*. Jno H D By as, Jno K aa. Iaalab Bandolpb Jobn Kailey, Or Jne T Rof, Jobn Hoe lb Ca( t H G J K .rabloaoll, M C Kuaasll. R C K?y. Alfred Hollas, Dalsiiay (? faerar, Jacob NtiMI, Wm CMiober, Win Shlptey, W R Sell or*, Wm Htenart, Wm Stn-rt, O'l Wm M Stilrley, W*? bt-wart. Wm Scott. Weet HI- an, 8 W Htamhangh. Col ? C l<ewl?, C*H 6t*. *y 8be|?(?rd B M R 2 Lumpkin. Jno Brewater, Capt C H Levy, J no M Brown, Cnarlee Boaruian, Capt dene<ll'-t. Burr A BeneUI't Beakwlth, Alex 3 Conway, Win Clacke, siui-.u Carllale, Ri'-liaiond Cunnely, Patrick CoitId?, Jno P C.eineuta, Jno T Cochran, Jno C Chinn, Jno F Conner, Jno Crlpp*. Jn? F Catlett, Hanson Carter, II P Cutter, Ge.. W Cos, G-o F Chandler, U T Cos, D J 2 Coburue, Caleb Clieerer, R H Colby, Anthony Lynch, Jerry Lynch, Jno LerheTaliier, J Lnttrell, Jno Love, Jno S Umli, Henry l.*ad*, Capt H B Langdon, H A Lynch. Daniel Lane, Oh** W Lnkena, Cra" ford Ludwit, Ch-a H Langley, C W 1. ay ten, A W 8im?n*, P Smith. Mat Slincerlsnd, Jar* * htewari, J r Keaboro, Dr Jame* Heldon, Jamea Stavheneon. John 8ew*ll, Jue H Skerret, Lt Jo* S sbulliit, Jab? Shaffer, Jo* Shipley, Jno W !)4Di[.?an, J* a? Hinltl-. Ill Sprang. George W 2 H?wyer. Mld'n G A Smith, George R Lupsiue, Armeveli Suilin, Gao A Moras. W H Malioney, Wai i en Mnore. Wm T Medary. M H M Ilea. Tboa Sbine. E F Shell, Davi'l Satau,D Sb?idou, C K Steiuert. C Mandiagaira, Jonas Stewart, C D Milea, T A Mlfbell, Tho? Masweli, Rul>ert Cioaatield, >d: ? n Magratto, Plillip C'ary, Al*x Col in*, A G Clifford, a .?c}ti3 Collinga. Jrio DalBger9-ld, W H Uami.l, W t Downs*. P T D*ily, N C D*1 a, Lntb*r M Down*, Juo W 2 Oonut-lly, Jamas P it df?, J hpjncar Uud ey, Juo Utr k, Joo Dock worth, J D W Do1*ou. Henrr Dra^a, Ct.a< D*nniaou. A P England, Jain Kve-elt. H Rlliott, UGH I Kverett. K L Mullen, Patrick Moore, G W ? Mason, Ji Carr- II SmitU, C L Spencer,Ospf i 'ba* J SbuSert. R I 2 Taylor, Dr W H Tboma*, Wm lannar, Ool # is Taylor, Thatn <s F.a'onsy, Mlchaal 2 Tiuktsan, T C Myrea, Jno Mnlhoiland, M Mi.ler, H A otbrr* Meyer*. Juo A r- jo Mailn^, Jue Martin, Jaa Miinr ie, J S Murpliey, J as II Ka;i uder, Juo W Miller, Capt Jno Martin, Heury UaOt. Geo W Mead. F W I Monroe, Frank A Martin, B Malliet, Eml'e Matigan, Dennl* Myera, Chaa H Fraz.er, Capt Wm F Mye.a.Cbaa N Fales Wm R Fra-er, Wm Fltcb, T L Fretter, Kabtlford Few, Dr Saml F Flood, ? H Fowler. Norman Frankiln, Mai a .n Mayarlioof, C F Marshall, B F M rClelrb, A McGuir*, Jao McCoy, Mar till McLaushMo, Wis McLean, W r Nneet.t Wra Tbrtykmortoa, Pvd sey Tbomfklna, R 1 liamaa, M Turner, Jno TaD^'t, Jfio Thompaoo, J Tompal >n. Joo Tratera. Jno V Ta lor, Jn? J Tuomp*on, G It Thorn peon. Col t? 1 Tboma*. Geo h T'uumaa, ? E Tbospa<in, Oia* Walker, Z William*, Tboa J WilkiUaon, 8 A Wymau Lt R C * Welch, N F. 3 Wakeman, N T Well Woir Woltz, Mr Wiley, Lewis R Wright, Jamea Wilkin*, Jno, Jr WaUon. Jao W Fleming, Lawrence Naylor, Vanderson Waseley, J H Fuliei ton, Jamea Franklin, D> F B Fargo, Capt Hem y Faa;<.iught, Geo Follanabea, Ueo Flizgibbou, fc. Fowler, A R G.axare, 2 B Uary. W J tiattreli, T 8 Gar\ in, 8 B Gaaxaway, M "irlffl j, J T Gllea, J A Grtrn, J W (jardluei. J no Grimtb, H A Gray, Lt K F Greene. D M Gardiner, H 8 ?lalllot, A A J Uendareon, Wui Keagle, Juo NlcLoiaoii, J O'Cvnnell. Jno 2 Owen. Jno W Owen, Jame* H Uatua, A T Powell, Lt W L Plowiusn. Wm Phippi, W I'alniei, Tbo* Pratt, 8 D Primrose, S F Piumui>r, Riadon Page A Pate Potter. Dr !? Pbippa, Mr Patcb, Jo* Porter, J *l..la G P e*?anta, J B 3 Pooic. Jamea Potter, Juo K Warren, Joo P Wu kel, Jno F Weatharby.y Dls Waters, Juo Wora k, J.a Wllllauia, Jo* R Wad*, Hamilton I Wlllaon, H F William*. Hainiltou W all* a. Gao H Wheat. R C Gen': I Wykoff. D * Watera, D R Walker, Oapt Woodmao, C W Whitta er A Brown War!ey, LI a F Wa*t R O W||*oa, Arclii!?l.l Xahn, F ^eigUr, U W INITIALS M n alar fi. m Uautelliala Martle Heart. lu dlMi* Item. Oiuh ; Mctr-politan Inat ; Nat. Aui-r fcv tout Oct-iter is. ISta. JA8. G. BKRKKIT, P M. R1J3UON9, riOWKKI, AND t'EATM bK? Just leceived at GEO H. CAt? S1UAV A CO "i*, Bocctsnors to A Tate,^ 314 Pecn. avence oc Is (COLLARS A.1D E^UKUIUKK'EI Just J received, a rholce lot of Collars and Embrol deiiea, and lower than can be purchased at any other placc In he city. GEO. H CAS9IDV A CO , l*uctssora to A. Tate, No. 31i Penn art , oc lb between Mh and Pth streets. YOUNia MEN OP WABttlNeTON I'rre Lt.tlurra tvt.ii/ Monday wght, forfvur f-'r eis, i out men tutg October AT THE UNION ACADEMY. Such Youny Men of this?Ity as wish to obtain a thorough and practical knowledge of Munreylng, Civil Engineering, Hook Keeping, and of such branches as will fit them for successful business, will find a good opportunity In the DAY or EVENING SCHOOL, at the Union Academy, ocJ8 / RICHARDS, Principal A j rw REWARD?STRAYED OR Stolen sP -I-U from ih* suoscrlber, on the loth, M 1 iht<;nt, on the ColumblaTurrplke Road.^ and near the Virginia side of Long Bridge, . ttRAV MARE about 14 hands blgc,and rides well undf r saddle She hes a brown spot on the left jaw aLd a (MiiaU scar on her left shoulder. The above reward will be paid ft r the mare or for aov Information left either with me or at the Star Of fice to i can recover her. oc 18-lw# JOHN B CAR8QN. BUYS' WINTER CLOTHING. QQO PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, Between &&& 9th and li?:h streets ?Be ys' Over Coats, pack Coats, Krock Coats, Roundabout*, Jackets, Pantsloocs, Vests, Shlrta, Undershirts, Drawers, Ac , Ac , n aking ourstcck cf b^a winter cloth ing very large and comp'ete, comprising all qu lit tle* for dress and school wear, which we are eel llBif at very low prlcea. -?? WALL 4 STEPHENS, os t?-3t 3*22 Pa. ave , next to Iron Ball. GOOD INVESTMENT. WE HAVE FOR SALE THE FOLLOW ing BONDS or STOCKS, which can b? sold to yield the purchaser 10 to 12 per c?at. per annum: 9'0.000 Ramsey County Bot.d<, (Mlnnerta Territory.) 10 percent. Coupons, payable ta New York. #12,000 Virginia and Tenneaaee, 0 per cent Coupons, payable in New York. S10 000 Orange and Alexandria, ft per eent Coupons, payabl In New York. $5 oou Corporation of WashiLtrton St< ck, ft rer cent. * 1 *5 0C0 Corporation of A'exBndtiB Stock, ft per ?eat ' 92,000 in shares of the Patriotic Bank. The Ramtey County Bonds we regard as wry > e and desirable The county is ike meat wealthy and prosperous la Minnesota, la which la situated the flourishing city of St Paul. The county haa only issued S30,000 of bonds, and only f-M.OjOia now oatatandlnr. The heada toil daa annually, the first two being payable 1b New York in ltrtl The taxes now due to the county is retvetented ample to Uqnldate the whole d^ht SWEENY, K1TTENHOUSS, FANT A CO , oe 19-aofiw [lataUtOigaa] ~ " n a tioxa l the a tk f: Kbhkbl A Co , L?n | J. T Fobb. Muifft f Alee, of Baltimore and kh-brooad Tbentiaa j ONE NIVHT MORE?ONE yI(iHTMlRE? la compliance with the wlahea of N U MtROl'S PARTIES who have be* . unable to a teed the T tea tie. Hill LiCNi IKHB mi hex OREAT IfKW YORK COMPANY, wll 1 appear for One Night IIorg. THIS EVENING. Octeb* 18th, The unrivalled Play of Lot? Chase. Grand Select Ion* by the Orchestra To cooclod* with the acreamlng farce of Trying It On. Frit* ?/ Admttti? ? Boxes and Parquette 50 cents: Reserved seats. 74 c<nte; Femur Clrcio ?nd Galleries, *5 cetis. Box oRce open daUj from f to 5 oVIock. oe 18 MONDAY EVENING NEXT. October ft, First n'gbt of the e?ga*ement of THB 6HEAT NEW YOKE FAVORITE, and her UNB1VALLEDCOMPANY OF ARTISTES. EXHIBITION OV OAS M1CROKUPE, DISSOLVING VIEWS, fC. Ob WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY evealags, ? t o'cl'k p. m ,and o?Saturday,at < p. m.. AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL, For the beneft of the .M iaaion Sunday School of the Young Men*' Christian Association o; 15 -4t Wants. WANTED IMMEDIATELY ? THREE Journeymen Plasterer* Apply to St Ll.i VAN A STEWART, at Wesley Chape. Hul d lag, corner of 5th and F street*. It WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE Woman a situation to do Housework, or to cook, wash and iron for a small family. Good referen ees given if reqnlred Apply at JOHN O' MEkA'S, No 5fld Pe:.n avenue, n*ar the Capitol Ga*e If HOUSE SERVANT wanted ?A German a rvant girl, of goad disposition and charac ter, will find emp'oyiner.t by applying at the cor ne* of H and llth streets, cpptslte the Lutheran Charch oc l?? 3f WANTED-A GIRL TO DO GKNFRtL housework in a famllyo* foar n rsons One who cm com* wrtt re- .mmend?d msvsbts'n g od wages and a steady home, by applying at KTJ L street between Vermont uvenue and 15th street oc lc-2te WANTED?BY A RESPECTABLE Young woman, a situation In a private family a? Chambermaid or Nurse Ha* no objection tr do plain sewing. ?lease call at 445 llth street be .ween F and 6. oe 17-ti* A N T ED ? WANTED ? WANTED?TO And persona la want of the following at tlcl?: French or German Looking OlaiM Portrait or Picture Frcmes, round, oval or t^otrt Oil Paintings, large and small Marble-topllreckett Tables, In bronse or gold Ail kinds of Pictures framed, and any site Looking Gla-tses, or ctiicr work In the gilding line done to order with dispatch. Also, a lot of cast-hon BracketU. suitable for shelving, Ac., on hand. Terms moderate to suit the tlmss, for cash N.B.?Old Work Regllt and Looking Slats Plates inaerted. <tt5 I'eana. av?nue, opposite Rlrkwood House, dec IB JOHN WAINER Boarding. Board ?a gentlem 'N and lady (without children) may obtain baard In a pri vate family, where no other boarders will be re ceived, ata where ^bc comforts of a home n. real.zed Inquire at this o(Bre. ec l?-3t* Boarding.?a large parlor ami CLimber handsomely furnished are for rent, together or aln <le, on the most reasonable terms, with or without board. Alao. a large al*e room attacked, suitable for one person A family de siring quiet en 1 p-rmanent board will flai It a p'eastut situation, as the bouse hash 'an; yard attached, rendering It desirable fcr a fam'h w:ti? children Two table boarders can bsvcomTio dated. Apply at No. 4*8 loth, between Dai.d L street* ocl3-iwe Board, Ac?mrs. bates, on the s w corner of Peaasylvanln avenue and 9th street la prepared to accommod te gentlemen with rooms with or without board Every effort wl.i be made to reader those comfortable who may fdv?r her with their patronage. Transient or fcabie board can be obtained. < apl-tf FALL MILLINERY. MISS J LEACH ttlLLOiKNA^ .handsome assortment of Fall Mll-^Q _ r.inery, on Saturday, October 18th, on Bridge sire-1, Georgetown. oc 17-it*? AF REWARD. ?STRAYED.?A RED vt) COW, about 3 years old ; she horns, but no ear-marks hupposcd have gone ?IT with a drove of cattle A p-aSii ply at No 87 Montgomery street, George:own oc 17-tt* JUST RECKIVEU-THE BALLADE OF Ireland, also. The New Yosk 1 edger. with continuation of Orion The Go'.d Be?t?r. whloh ia decidedly the best of Sylvanua Cobh's nnrlvelhd stories, at FERGUSON'S, Q-. 17- Next to LAMMOND 7th st. i>1ARKWAMU.-?TRAYED OK Stolen s? I" from the subscriber on tbe, l"tb or llth Instant, 9 head of cdttle vli: Two 11 ERKt- ERS,on?* black with whl e back, aud one red and white spotted, one da k BULLUCK with horts, one Buffdlow BULLUCK six of tuena mined with tar on each ru?p The above revraid will given for any Information where I can get them. SAMUK L HOOVFR. Batcher!* Centre and Norther^ Market* oc I7-3t* Rboibtxb's OrrtcB, October 14, ltd* TO ALL HHOfl IT MAY I ONCKK V Notice Is berebv given that licenses issued to taverns, retailers of spirltaons and fer.teated li quors. wines cordials, Ac . groceries dry |ro?<S, hardware. m?d1clne*. perfumery. w*lrbp<* aad Jewelry; lumter, wood. coal, and commissi a merchants; also keepers of hackney carriages and omnibusra. billiard tables, ten-pin alleys, and eenfectionery, an I for hawking ar.d peddling, and dealers In old iron, brass. corp?r, Ac , via expire on Monday, the 3d day <-f Noveml ?? r n? it, and that hitd 11 easts must be renewed at 'h'.? oRce within ten days af^er that time. SAM'L E DOUGLASS, oc 16-tNov3 Register. VJATfONAL AND POLITICAL FLAGS ii and Streamers at LAXIMOND'S, oc H-3t Seventh street. Lithographic portrait or James King, of WIIUbbb, on India paper; price Si,50; j ust.recelved from San Franclac^ oc 16 FRANCE TAYLOR WHEN YOU FBIL INCLINED TO BUT Tors or Fancy Notions, at low prloea, call at oc l<U3t LAMMOND'S SIMPSON HOUSE, Soutkweit tortur o/lOrk ?t amd Per.aa avtnw. WnMISiiTOX Citv.D C THE SUBSCRIBER IS HAPPY TO IN form the sojourners and re?ldents of Washington that he hi s spared no expense in flttlng op hi- well known establishment, JT'B and is now prepared to accommodate all who may favor him with their patronage on the most m? onable terms, and In true Philadelphia atvle?h* having recently removed fr m that city. Gentle men can be furnished with Rooms on reasonable terms, and they can either Breakfast D'ne, or ?up in or out of the house, ard will enly be charged for such as they may o der Tbe Subscriber proposes to furulsh Meals to thor? who maywlsh, on the European -vsten . and strangers and citizens mav rely u(on the character of bis Har and Table d'Hote OC 17-im WM 8 SIMPSON, Proprietor SCAV ENOEHI NOTICE FOR THE FIRST WARD ?All persona north of Penn sylvania avenue wishing night work attended to, will oblige tie suba rlber bv ieavlr g their orders at Sami Redfern's and Z. M. P. King'a Grocery Stores or West Market QC lA-3t? DAN'L. LINR1NS. OCHML SLATES OF ALL SORTS AND sites, cheaper than any other place In the c);y. H. J McLAVGHLIN A CO t oc 15 Pean a>e , bet. 8<h and ?ih street*. CHINA ORNAMENTS FU Ffl AND Puf Boxes at the gr.at r ancy Sto e, between b.h and tfth streets. oc 15 H. J. MCLAUGHLIN A CO Notice to bairtmbn.?the under signed are now prepared to furnish Dalrvmeo and Cattle Feeders with STILL HLOP, at their Distillery, (formTly Mason's Foondery ) JOHN S BERRY A CO , oe II-lw Georgetown, D C.^ New tore daili makald, tki bine, Times, Ex.ree-, aia >tw?, received ?t 7 o'clock p m , by FLKGUSON. oo I MKt to Uuamoad a, ic? 7th Btrtet