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Przsbttkbias Stsod.? After our repoit closed oa Saturday, :he Synod adjourned, to iue?t again at 7 o'clock, fo: religion* *xi:cise>. At 7 o'clock the Syned resumed free coovrrsa t:on of the state of religion, aud at the cwoclosloa resumed business. # Mr. Grattan rose to state .that the word* "or c jn^tinpt." in the repoit of this djy was .ia:or rwt. as well as the phrase In reference to toe Richmond Coaventlon, "they all left it In dit R?-t Dr. Doggrtt and Rev D Bali l**ing Pr*** ftt. were i*vit?<l to sit aneorrespoadiag members. Rev O \V Leybnin offered the following res olution. whieh was unanimously adopted: R**olctrl. Tb it the religions instruction of our colored populat.on be affectionately and earnestly recommended to the ministry and eldership of our chitrrhe*, to heads of fainili<* and tncmi^m of churches generally. a? opening to us a field of mos? obligatory and interesting christian effort, in which we are called to labor more faithfully and fully by our regard for our own social inter ests. as well as by the higher consideration of duty to God and the so;;ls of our fellow men. Rev. K. U. Conwlba, froin the committee on the narrative of religion, reported : adopted. R? v. T D Bell reported suitable re*o?ntion* w !h T?pec r to ministers who havedeceased du ring the past year; adopted TL ? lanjrr! of missions received attention, and Rev. J. 1) Mitchell moved the following : R'iol eft, That it l>e mom mended to the churches tinder the ca'e of Ihis Synod to observe more regularly the monthly concert of prayer for foreign mission.-, and. where it is practicable, it is re>o(iiiu< nd?d (hat monthly collections be made in behalf of the cause. Rfolr><1. That we recommend tn our church**, unlet* they prefer some other agency, to send their contributions to Mr. P. B. Price, Rich m.Mjd. Vs.. treasurer of the executive committee f, r foreign missions of Hanover Presbytery. Rev. T D Itell i.tf> rj the following resolu tion; which was unanimously adopted: Rt ^olrtd. That tin* thank* of this Synod are cordially tendered to the pa-tor and members of this church and congregation, and to other frlerds in the city, for the kind accommodation and hospitality which they have yielded to its members The railroad companies printing free return tickets were thaDked unanimously by vote. Minutes were re?d and approved, and theSyuod adjourned (after prayer and benediction by the moderator.) to meet in the Presbyterian church, Portsmouth. \ a., on the tirst Wednesday in No vember, 1388. Thk River?Windy, rainy, nasty, sloppy, gn??ty is the weather at the river. Hats take un expected jerial flights, umbrellas are insid" out, heavy overcoats are drizzly, and a general de prived state of things prevails among the river men. Captain Poore, of the schoouer Hope, who never WtMi a great coat, appears this morning in a wrapper of extra size and shaggy appearance, ai;d asseverates solemnly that he feels better. The river flats are painfully visible to navigators, and whisky cocktails are at a premium. The few oyster puugas that line the wharves stay there, and not a sail is visible. At Riley's wharf, appeared this morning the steamer Columbia, from Baltimore, looking des olate and very much like a cuffed cur. She brings consignments from Baltimore for J. Connelly, Barbour A Scminas, J. Gawler, A Buchlv. Kllis | A Bro., W H Harrow. Parker A Co., S. Ha- 1 con, Murray A Semmes. Capt p. Mcllcnry, Kd- , wa d Hall, G. A W. Randall, Win. R Riley, B I Neale. p Thvson. W. Wolf. J . c Walker l>esides 69 bbls whisky, shipped to order, and marked W. A R., Washington city. Arrived at Alexandria, on Saturday, brig Fide lia, Jones, from N?w York, with 'merchandise for Alexandria and the District. Sailed?schooners Trident. Stow, for Boston; Norfolk Packet. Bedell, with coal, tor New York; f.dwa.d Slade, Bayliss, with coal for New York, ' Arctic, Warren, with flour for New York, brig Speedway. Thompson, coal for Charleafcnirn. ? ; The surveying schooner Crawford left her moor logs yesterday, and sailed for James river. Cibcfit Cor*T.?The Court on Sat n day sus tained the decision of the magistrate who fined Charles Werner for an evasion of the law p-ohlb Iting the sale of liquor on Sunday, by having a ?*>x in wiiich the pay for the liquor was deposit ed instead of at the connter. In the case of Humphries A Juenemann the t. ourt has decided in effest that lager bier is not an Intoxicating liquor, and the magistrate's de cisions lining the sale of the same were re versed. On Saturday oflieerKeese was to have answered the call of the Court to show cause why he should not W disioiMed froin oihee for demanding pay for doing his duty, but at the request of Keese's counsel the Court postponed the time of the an swer to Saturday next At the Court to-day the jury trials commence. The first case on the docket is that of Jones vs. Ann Dermott. a case that has been pending since the year 1M.3I. when the plaintiff brings suit fa recover ??JU.iiWi balance dne for building the Dexter Hotel. RoVrt J Brent, Lsq.. of Hai ti mo*e. is engaged in this case for the defence, assisted by Charles Lee Joues. lisq. He arrived at the Court this morning, and the case will be the first one taken up to-day. II* Hroa Leust writes to ns to say that the report that he was assaulted on Four-and-a-half street br'dge, on Monday last, by rowdies Is in correct. Mr. Daniel Rowland also, In his card on Salsrday last, put an effectual quietus'to the story whlcli was in circulation from one end of the city to the other, that ladies of his family werajnsnlted at the same time and place; and vet the persons who professed to have been eye-wit r>e?MB Of these scenes are among the most respec ta'.i- of our citizens. V\ e have no manner of doubt that many of the kiadred 44 bugaboo stories" to the discredit of our city, now in circulation, would, if sifted, be similarly rrduced in point of fact That there was a rowdv set of fV-llows hanging about that ')['d?e ou Monday is doubtless true; but that they committed all the disgraceful acts set down to them, we are happy to say for credit of Wash ington, is disproved. hex? of flour, bacon and butter associa tions being formed by parties in this city, who propose to get provisions at a cheaper rate than tueyare now sold at here, bv clubbing their fi nances and purchasing by wholesale at a distance. Tea dollars subscription entitles one to member sh.p, and the moneys thus collected are placed in one of our banks, subject to draft by the parties in^ Baltimore. Cincinnati, or New York, from whom the purchases are made. It is also pro posed to buy a cargo of potatoes in Maine; but this experiment, we presume, will hardly suc ceed. ?.s we have ju it sceu a letter from th? Pine f ree State, announcing that the potato crop there has I*en a failure this year, being ln>th scanty and po,?- in quality. Th* price per bushel in the couatry there was already sixty eentv at which iMt they coul<l not be profitably brought here. AvoTHra Fikku'i Row ? About II o'clock tfcla mort.ing a false flre alarm in the First Ward l.ro'ight out sereral lire Companies, and, as sometimes happens in such cases a riot followed ^om? twenty or thirtv pistol shots were fired, and the ":<tate? Hose" Couspitnv took ixstsension of the reel of the- Norther* Liberties' Fire Com pany. bvt wre dispossessed of it by otM'?r Fan ning The oi^r failed to ari>'?t the parties who seized th?* reel, and for this failure was "cussed" some bv Daniel Stewait. who was thereupon ta ken befoie Justice Clark, who lined him 61 and easts for profanity in the street. Thanks to the wideness ?if the avenue no persons were wounded by the pistol shots at the riot Co*utTT*D rot Cocbi.?On Saturday after noon. Margaret Russell and KJiznbeth Miller, atlas Winebe. ry, were taken from the jail to an swer to the charge of |>articipating in the robbery of the Idtfrd man Phillips last week. The testi mony showed that Klizabeth Miller was uot near at the time the robbery was committed, and that Marga et Russell was standing at Phillips's head wheu Kate Rose (now in jail) was in the art of searching his pocket* Justice Donn, before whom the case was fied, committed Russell for trial at Court, and dismissed Miller. ? WiK.ut*?D.?Yesterday morning, Hannah Wilson, a colored woman, was caught by Cafrf Mills In the act of stealing wood from a pile oa theeaaal west of Seventh street bridge. L pou being asked if she took it for her own use, she replied''No! she took it for a friend " She admitted that she bad taken wood before, and declared that she would show the oflrem that I bey bad no right to arrest her for so doing. She had offered a white man two drinks if he would e?rry a turn or two with her. She was sent to Jail for trial at court C?>bp..??tiov Witxii?ei.?Many persons a e under the impreMion that witnesses in Corpora tion rases cannot be fined for non-attendaace. It is a mistake, as the folowiug will show : Horatio Appleby was arrested under an attachment issued by J ustice Donn lor failing to appear in a case ou Saturday as a wiTarss, and was made to pay f 1.5^ costs ? W b riND on our table a handsomely put up bottle <?/ Totty's " Superior Tonic Bitters''(ad vertised by Mr Fill, druggist,) " for the cure of dyspepsia, ague and fever." and various other Ills that ttesh Is heir to. and which promises ?'to eure disease without injury to the health or coa ?tttutlon." ? Satcbdit Night the city was remarkably quiet; a shower of rain early in the Bight, with a prospect of its eontlBuaaee, did mnrh to pre vent disorderly conduct In the street The mar kets were closed at in early hoar, and the Guards had bat few complaiats to listen to, tH ? it Due** and Disorderly?While the Investi gation relative to thermae of Daniel Stewart, ar Tntfed for stieet profanity, wsj soine on at Jus tice Clark'* tfilre, a cPy of "fi^ht"' was laised outside, and a nub was mad? to the street. it ?was caused bur a disorderly drunken msn. who >?-** arrested by tfllc^r Saitand taken before Jus tice Donn, who fined him 82 and costs for his oondaot. Rtv. O&riUE Dkwst, D, D., ia expected to officiate at the re-opening of the Unitarian Church for divine service on Sunday next. This alo quent preacher and lecturer has yielded to an in vitation of a number of ;jentlement to deliver a series of twelve disr.mr*?-N In Baltimore, com mencing on the 23d Navember. a Pi'tol Shooting at Random.?A young man, desirous of rowdy fame, last night flrrd five bar rel* of a revolver at the empty air, tn the vicinity of Grare cburch. Island. He then ran of!" as fast a* he could scamper; and it was well be did so, as the night-watch were after him with a sharp stick. Dismissed?On Saturday. Jos. Salla was ar reted by Officer MrHenryon a charge of larceny of certain jewelry. Ac., belonginy to Mrs Favier. The case was laid liefore Justice Goddard, who. after a patient investigation, dismissed the ac cused Tiik Case o? Assault am> Battery of Loomis v* Major Emery, was tried this morning befoie Justice Drury, of the First Ward, and F.mcry was put under ijcjliu bonds to ap|>car at the De cember term of the Criminal Court, and was also put under bonds to keep the peace. Horo: Ory-Nixo?Mewri. Wall & Stephens open their new store on Tuesday night, wi'h mu sic by the Marine Rand, and refreshments for the friends and patrons who are cordially Invited to drop in. To-xigiit the accomplished Juvenile Comedi ans pe.foun the bauutii'ol drama (with songs) of I>n Uolt, and afterwards the farce of "Charcoal Sketchen." ? Tuk Fire Alarm, which brought out thecom panie* this morning, proves to li;ive been occa sioned l>y the burning of an old shed in the rear of the Union Hotel, Georgetown. Sm nor Blitz has just concluded his engu^e ment at Alexandria, where he was immensely popular, and will appear to-night at Odd Fel lows' Hall, Navy Yard Look out for the Signor! We call attention to the advertisement of Prof. losing, in another column. Ladies and gentlemen desiring to l.-arn music will And in Mr. Irving a most acconiplishtd teacher. Thf ue.wv press of advertising matter upon our columns compel* us to defer many articles prepared for to-day's paper. At Caktsi's to-night the Young Ebony Saxc horn Hand give an enlertaiument. See adver tisement. Watch Returns ?Oct. 24.?Charles Shorter, colored. Md., stealing a vest: security to appear at court. Thomas Carter4 Ireland, drunk and disorderly; workhouse GO days. Eleven lodgers, all from abroad, were accommodated. Oct. 55.?James H. Hutchinson, colored. Md., profanity; line :ind cost*. $3 44. Norvall Gray son, do * Va, disorderly; flue and costs. S3.?U. Patrick E.igati, Ireland, drunk; workhouse 00 days. Mary Jane Hell, colored. Md., disorderly gathering; line and costs. *10. Jan* Brown, do., D- C., unlawful assembly; workhouse 60 days. Susan Anderson, do., do , do ; do. John Ogdcn, do , do , do ; tine and costs. ??? 11. Frank Thomas, do., Va . do.; workhouse (Ml days. Elias Slimn*, do., D. C.. do.; do Alex. Johnson, do , Md., do ; tineand coats, *6 41 '1'hos. Ferguson, do , II. C . do ; do. Sarah Greeland, slave; jail by her master. Twelve lodgers were accotimio dated, all from abroad. Normal Musical School in Washington.? TheWAntof an institution of the above character, ha3 Jong experienced in this vicinity by the muiii'-loving public; ami the writer of tins article.? mn iMtMr.?tii |mhm tolnn,nMlbtlMit is contemplated t<> establish a Normal Musical School 111 this city. *0 soon a< preliminary arr.inse rnnnts can be completed. The school is to I?m under the charge and re?*"iv? the personal instruction of Prof. C. L. Irvtn .. than wVmii there is no more C Miipei T.t .Mid centleiiinnK teacher in this city. Ho proposes to make it one "in which music shall tie thomutklv taught, trom thf simplest Khythmic, B!ack-U4ird exercise to the inore complicated forms m?i with in the insher range* of vocal practice; giving to the pupils that direct attention that must msuf SJiecoss, it' seconded l?y any cllort or desire on their part to excel. Prof. Ikvi.v. is euuneatu p practical man. a well read musiciaii, and unites to in* musical abilities that Conrtefty of manner?all too rarely met with in th^ profession?tiiat always prove*- h sreat auxiliary to any undertaking, more especially in the study of ain.tic. The writer can hut. Uupj tlist an nbiact so praiseworthy as Mint al?ove set forth^Jiav be fully ac complished, in furtherance of which tie prays for space 111 your crowded coin inns. [It* J Mos*o. To tiik Ladies.?Madame Drams, Phrmolc g?*f, Physiolosi?f, 4*r., has taken rooms, for a short tunc, at No. 'zH Pa. avenue, (south side, opposite W iiinr.1*' hotel,* and is prepared to give to lilies, both married and ingL-. information indispensable to their welfare an I liappmess. Honrs of consultation. from in a. in. to8 p. in. Charge* moderate, and perfect satisfaction guar antied. No [.inly should fail to cr.u on Madame D-.as. for a trilling sum, ihr> will obtain mfonnation that they a <^utd not part with tor any consideration. oc JG TonV? Scpkkior Tonic Bitters.?These Bit ters are tonic, stomachic and aromatio. and will tie found to exesl any now in use. Prepared from pureir vogetaS e remedies, possessins the power to eure disease without njnrv to the health oroonsntu tion. They are highly recommended for the cure of Dyspepsia. A?t?e and Fever, Cholic. tVanics of the Stomachaud l.owels. Nervous an>l (iencral ueiihty, Langor, Lowness of Spirits, Diarrhoea Ac. Persons whose systems have become deranzed by impruHeut catinr or driuking, will hud these Litters a umelc and excellent restorative. Neatly put up in pint liottles. None genuine with out the lithograpn of the Proprietor, and the fir jiw?f?ofhis signature upon each Itottle. Fuli di rections accompany each bottle. Prioe5>:o. Prepared and sold wholesale and retail by B. W. Totty. No tOSCary street, Riohmond, Va. A hl>eral discount to the trade. J. C. Kill, Druugist, corner 4H and D street south, sole agent for Washington, Georgetown, and Alexandria. (Alex.Gazette) oc?i eolw A Card to tue Pxoplk at Lari>e.?All persons that have neglected to oail at the establishment so Well known as the " Odeon Hall," to fupplv them selves with Kail and Winter Clothing, will please e*IV and examine our nrist beautiful and c*rarul se lcotH?t stock of Men's, Youths' and Hoys' C>othing. \N e take pleasure in say ing that our stock, now on hand, ik iinsuipasaible 111 stile, workmanship, or quality, and onn b* sold at le^s price than by any other siuinar house ia the 1'Tiion. We alsoeall at tention to our larre stock of (rcutlomen's Furiiish irs (?o<^ls. such as white and lancy Shirts, Linler slnrts, Drawers. Comforta, N 'ck tiea, Suspenders, S'-oks. (jloves. Ao., Ao.. at the great Odeon Ha'l Clothing Depot corner Penn. avenue and 4>i street, Washington. D. C. oc2i-?o3w RlAKHieO. At Uuion. Loud'in county, Ya.. on the 2id instant, bv tha Rev. Mr. Lipscomb. Mr. GEORGE W. ROR HER. of Georgetown, I). C., to Miss MAG GIE V.TKRRYSON, of I'nion, Loudoun oounty, Va. III let*. On the morning of the 26th isstant, Mrs. KL1ZA BKTH THOMPSON, wife of George Thompson, in the Bid year of her age. Her funeral will take place from her late residence on 6th street, uoar F street,at 3o'olock on Tuebday, the 77th. Suddenly, on the morning of the 36th instant, of oonjestive chill, WILLIAM EDWARD, sou of Kdwar.1 and Susan Kitmerld, aged t months. The funeral will take p see To morrow, at 2*4 o'oiock.on C street, between 14th and Isrh. No. Iv, The friei d* of the t imilj are invi?ed toattend. JORMAL Ml'SlC SCHOOL. N C. L. IRVING Wtll open a Music School for La dies and Gentieineu. at Temperauae Ha'l, on K street, b twecn ?th and li?th, on .uouday alterooon, November2il, at t o'clock. The obieot of this School is to make ladies and gentlemen tboroughiy acquainted with Mnsic froin the Elementary principles to Composition aud Har mony. ? Classen will 1>e formed for the afternoon and even ing of Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock and 7. The Georgetown Class meets at Miss Harrover's Seminar) on the afternooiisof Tuesday s aud Thurs days. at 4 o'clock. Terms-Per quarter, 3 lesnons. in class, $5; pri vate instruction? Vocal, Piano, or Organ. $S2. Application may be made to Mr. Irving at the Halt at the timeabov anmed.at Ellis's Musie Store, or though the Post (>flice. 00 24-tf r^ENTLEMKN'S UNDER DRESS. For thr Ftu Tradr. Our assortment of Geni(emeu's warm L'uder Shir's and Drawers is now complete in ever* varie ty of sixes and of the lie?t quality, probably the targ"st assortment ever ?.tf?red at refail, Tit: Silk Shirts and Drawers, all sizes Merino do do do Lambswooldo do <lo Slntker Flaanel d? do Jean and Canton Flr.nnel do Buying exelusirely for cash, we nfTor the best goods, at the lowest aud ouiform prices at STEPHENS oC Xl fit Sales Room Browne* Hotel. A TTENTION, HOLSEKK.HPERS! a\ LATK IMPMOVKMKNT. Just out. and fur sale only at 4\ Woawlward'e Me tropolitau St??ve and (irate Factory, the PARLOR COMPANION Fl R.NACE. made heavy and strong of cast iron. 'Hie improvement is tlie letting in of the oold air through the bottom of I he Furnace and throwing it agaiust the hot tire uhamber and heating it, and throwing the hot air from it to the C. WOODWARD, Pa. av? between 10th and llth streets, 04 7 eo4w Nos. 31 it and "5U. pnNNB SUGAR CA^K SYRUP, froui V/ Reeve's M ill, of a superior quaJit) .is now for Mle l>* J. B. WILSON, Grooer. oo?-tf lint.J ST p?unyl?ai?uia??n?t. j AM&SKMW* TC O N ? R R T, : in-: ycVrNU EBONY SAX HORN, ?A>D tillisivfla Concert at Carusi's Saloon THIS (Alun v,? EYENiNG. October *Hk. - ? - ?' J For particulars s?e email Uila. ,.A ricA<da Vicente. Children naif prior. 1?* QDD FELLOWS'H^fiL. ; , J*ANOTHMJl WSMX.1- .f\, ? , WAQJ,*'* American Juvenile Comedian* ^ WfR appear every Evening this va , nnd tort,', Wm!H.-MT SITO S\TritlUt AfTMVbO**, in an entire change of Program at each performance. CROWDED* HOCSES. Compiising the Henuty and Faelwaa of the citv, have ireetod tlie performance ot tkcM Child Wonders. Doors open ?t 7 o'clock; to commence at 7*(. Admission 25 cen-a. No half pnea. or <?P-fW Q(> R KAT ATTRACTION. DD FELLOWS- HALL, NAVY YARD. For Oxff Aftkbxoo.n a*t> Tvi'o Evkxixcs. THE LEARNED CANARY BIRDS. VENTRILOQUISM, SPIRIT RA P PINGS AND MAGIC. The Work! Renowned S T Ci X < ) It BLITZ Will give hia amusiug Performance* at the above plxm ua MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS, at IK o'o'ock, and on TUESDAY IN THE AFTERNOON, commencing at 3. Admission 25 cts. Children 16. oc 2>-3t SECOND GRAND ASSEMBLY ?5 OF THE National Olee Club. The members of the National G ee Clirb moat respectfully anuonnce to their friends and the public in general, iliat thay will etve their tH Mroxn GsaPt> Assembly on MONDAY./w? October Wth, at Harmony Hall, on D street, between tilth and 12th, to which they are moat re apectfu.ly invited. \\ avner'* Fine Cotillan Band hn* t??K?n enraged. , oc In-fit* COM OF ARRANGfiMEVTS. DEDICATION BALL. I1E FRANKLIN FIRE COMPANY announce to their fuenda and the citrseu*, that they intendgiving a SanI GRAND DEDICATION BALL, in their New HhII, UMr On MONDAY EVENING, Nov.2,1?7. Ticket* $l,to be had at th? door ou the night of the Bait. W. H. FANNING. Chairman of Coin, of Arrangement*. octfrglril il WANTS. vv w ANTED.?A tidy, obliging WOMAN, to cook, wash, nnd Iron. A reference required. Ger man preferred. Apply at Philadelphia Ioe Cream Depot, eorrcr F .'Hiil 12th streets. It L7 AN TED.?A WOMAN to Conk, Waih, and ? Iron. One well qualified may iind a food home at No. 4J4 F st eet, ntnr 6th. It* W A NTED- My a respectable WOMAN.aaitu ?? ation as Wet Nurse, w.th fresh breast of milk. Inquire at Mr. MICHAEL O'BRYAN'S, No. 222 F, street, between 3d and 4Ji street*, Island. oc 26-lt* _ WTANTED? By a respect oble young woman, a * ? Situation as Chambermaid and Seam*tr?**s Is a koo<1 embroiderer and housekeeper. Would wash and rook for a small family, or mind children and teach thein. Please call at No. 2W Massachusetts a\ enne.( English llill.) oc2K-?t* WAN TED?Two lirst - claas DR EBSM A K ERS. Vf Apply at M. V\ ILLlAN'S, No. Pennsylva nia avenue, opposite Centre.Market. oc 23-tf W ANTED.?A COOK for a small family.?No *' one need apply that has not a thorough knowl edge of her business and can ooiitc we'l recommotid ed. A pplv at 240 F street, between tUh and Till. oc -S 3t WANTED TO RKNT-By a member of C^rT gress, for 6 or R month*, from the 2Kb of next month, a oomfortable Furnished Honsc, in ihis city, containing a parlor, dining-room, kitchen,and al?ont four sleeping rooms. Address, stating terms. Ac., J. B. If..Columbia Hotel, corner 8th and E streets. oc 23 3t * WANTKIi TO PURCHASE.?A LOT. with or *? without Building, on7t|?*treet, l?etween Post (Mheeard Northern Lil>erty Market. Address A. 6. A.. Star Oflico. oc23-4t* W/ANTKD?A loan of %5,0D0 on property worth " jrS'i/HHi. Enquire at this otfice. oc 17-tf WANTED?In the fKmily of a gentleman re*idin| two miles from the city. a good plain COOK. One who can bring recommendations for skill, hon esty, and cleanliness will find ago??d situation and regular wages. Apply to J. P. CRUTCHETT, cor ner of 6th and I) streets. jy Is tf LOST AND FOUND. DROPPED IN H STREET, near the British Legation, an Enamel LOCKET, with pearls, ginr^ward will hn given to whoever delivers the an me to LORD NAPIER. oosn-3t IOST? On the 24th instant. l*etwe*n tlcutre .Mar .j ketand 45-4 street bridge a POR TEMON'N A1 E, containing one twenty dollar bill, two ten dollar b II*. three gold dollar*, aad fjy? dollars aud a half in si ver. Ten dAliars will b? rewarded to the tinder by leaving it at tliaS'ar fdlwe. JOSEPH 8WAGGART. oc 2t; ?t* N'o. tin 2<! street, betwomu B and C. 1 OST.?This mominf. near the Centre Markot, I_j in7thslroet,a PORTE MONNAIE, c.?ataiu in* ?'?"< ?n Ban* bills, go d and silver money. 'The to^er otlers a revv arti of Ten DoRnr* to the per?on who foortd it, on its being restored. Inquire at the Staroihce. oc24-3t* O JT KKWARD.?Strayed or Stolen?On last Sat urds-> uuiit, from ne?r the corner of r\ Virginia avenue and t}? streer, two black f HOKSKS. One al>out 14 aantls high, 12 or^^ 13 years old, with white hind feet, and the other al>out 12 hands high, with very full eves, and a white ? p<>t on hi* hack. The above reward will be paid for their return to me at tlie corner of Virginia avenue an.) 4\i streets, Island. oo24 .;t* JOHN DALTON._ CIOLD WATCH LOST.-Lost Third street, 1 or Penn. avenue, between loth street and the Capitol, a l.ad?'s hunting-case f>Of,f) WATCH atidCHAIN. The finder will he suitably rewarded upon return of the articles tothis otbee. oe 21 6t* GEO&GETOWN ADVERTISEMTS. (^A.METO THE PREMISES ot liie subscriber, J one a!>out the last of August, and the . other early in September, two CO\YS; one a red buffalo, with wnite spots, add tlip^ other a red. homed Cow, With white bick, aud a leather collar around har neck, with a name upon it. Tae owne: or owners will come forward, prove property, pay charses and take them away from Posset's lir-ive Yard, Little Fall* Road. oc 24 3t* |?OR R ENT?The two comfortable and oonveni r ent BRICK HOUSKS un Fayette street, ad joining the Convent,are now undergoing complete re pair, and will be for rent on the 4t h of A ugust. The House* are very desirable, particularly to parent* iiaving children to educate. Apply to JOHN L. K I DWELL. Huh street. Georgetown. jy 27 Millinery, &c. iririMis, ai r\y M R S. C. K I N G 1 A K ES this opportunity to itiforin her customers, friends, and the public in general,that, she l?as opened ^"\a store on Pa. avBiiue, bet ween !>th and^ Jinih street*, No. 2*1, where she wilif a.way * keep n full assort ment of F A N C Y BONN E T S, Sat:n ami Velvet BONNETS. Dark-Straw BON NETS, a fine and extensive assortment of French and Ameriuau FLOWERS AND FEATHERS, a:.d a now and sploudid variety uf RIBBONS. and Children's Embroidered Ceps, Ladies'Cats,whit and black l.accs, Eiubroidcues, ail oolors, satin an Velvet*, Ao. Returning her smccro thanks to those who patro iii sed her <' t her former otand. No. 46 Louisiana ave nue, sht tiuae* that, they will conUuue to do the name at the ucw Store, No. 29J Pa. avenue, between 9th and Inth street*. oe -S-3t MRS. C. KING. OPENING WINTER MILL1NEKY On Mosday, Ocroism IPth. The subscriber ha* 'just returned*)A 4 fr.jiu New Vork, where he purcha*edl)UfC%? for cash one uf the too it varied stocksffilfaa of FRENCH BOMNETS. BO.\!T7T MATERIALS, ?? LOWERS, FEATH IRS. RIBBONS, HEAD DRESSES, DRKSS TK1 \l MINGS, Ac., Ac., ever brought to this Ci>>, which he is determined to sell at prices to suit the money panic. ICr He would call the attention of the ladif* to his fine assortment of CLOTH CI, OAKS, BASOL'ES,and CHILDREN'S CLOTHING N. B.?He gives his particular attention to DRESS MAKING in the latest French sttles. M. WILL!AN, <xj'.S 2w _ Opposite Centre Market. 1>0 THE LADIES. PARIS AND NEW YORK FASHIONS, and an elegant ami assorted stock of Plain and uAF ANC> BONNETS A MI I.LI N E R Y ^f\ CKalciOODS just arrivwl. and open for m-Qhr speotioii.at Mis* II. KINti'S, No.379Pa.^^f avenue, aouth side, netween 4>* and Gtli atreets. Ladies and Misse* in want of a beautiful and taateful Bonnet made up in auperior style and cheap should not fail to call at the above at ore aod make a HlMtioa. B-mnet* made and trimmed to order. AI*o, a large assortment of FANCY GOODS, DRESS TRIMMINGS, LACES, Ac. oc 23 F.MATh MA DAM E PR IB K A M ^DAUGHTER 7ntoTni respectfully the l.adie* that they will open ou Saturday. Octol>er 17th. in their es tsbliahment with which no other mi linery enn be compared, a select stocs of Fall and Winter BONNETS. RIBBONS. FLOW ERS. and SWISS F.MBKOI DFRIES : also, the finest assortment ?if new style HEAD DRESSES, received direct from Paris. No. 277 Pa. av., between IPth and 11th eta., south aido. 00 RES S MAKING. MISS M. E. WILSON stillcntinues the DRESS M AKING in all ita branches, at Iwr old atand.^d Penn. avenue, l?et ween 9th and 10th at*. oc VI tn JD. HAMMACK'S REST A I'RANT, ? No. 2i?j Pa. ar., under Willard*'hotel. a The proprietor i* now fully ^ prepared to eapply the ho wuh everything that the varioua market* will aflord, ' ZJ1 and foroooetanta?ppliea hie npVM shall be second to none. By girtax it hip on divided attentina, he ho pea to merit the patronue of th? pubho at o??-lm* AtTCTIOJT SALES By WALL 4 BARNARD, Auctioneer!. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF PURN1? tubs iSD HutrAKHcO-U Er#tcT??Oa MUN DAY Wib in?t.,at lOo'clocia. rn .at the late resi dence uf Duvtfl Finch, deceased, oa 13tb streot, between New York aver.ueand I .street north, we will sell thecal re petrosal eflV'- -- h>->|*nt 8ofa.l?F. Arm andVarlor Chairs Do Rockers, Ottomans Do Centra, Side and Dining Tables lor, fiall. aod oljumber Carpets . . fhr, chamber, aad cookitig Stoves B-dsteac's, Brrts, Mattresses Wardrobe*. Butfeatis, Washs'.auds f ideboard. Extension Tabiea Feather Beds, Blankets, and other Bedding Curtains, Lounge. FireIrons Crockery and Glass Ware. Knives and Forks Iron and Tin ware. Kitchon Requisites.Ac..Ac Terms : $3 arid under, cash ; over that anioun4 a credit of ?n and 3trdays, for notes satisfactorily en dorsed. and bearing: interest. oo22 ta WALL A BARNARD, Aucta. try THE A BO VB8A LE IS L N A VOl DAD LY postponed until FRIDAY MORNING, Oct. ? h, same hour an. I place. By order: J 8. PJNCP, Administrator, oc 26-d WALLA BARNAR D, Auctioneers. FOR KENT AND SALE. F For other" For Rent mud Seile" notices tee lit page. FOR REN T.-A three-story BRICK HOUSE, on M street, between 12th and lJth. Pump of good water and stabling for c image and boraes in tlie yard. Inquire next door, No. 464. oo26-4t* FOR RKNT-A very oonveuient three rftory HOUSE, with hack building, furnished with gas throughout, and heated by fnmaee. situate"! on the south trifle of G street, secoud house aliove if I nt. opposite the Ru?sian Minister. Appiy at corner 22?1 and G streets. oc26-3t* FOR RENT?a large 4 story BRICK HOUSE, with twsenient and Imek building, containing 15 rooms, with gas and all the modern irhpro\ entente, ai'uated on Missouri avenw*. between 34 arid 4H streets. Apply to H. 8. JOHX 8TON, No. 373 Pa. avenue, lietween 4H_Rnd_6th streets. oc 36-lw* ,M)R KENT.?On?three-story BRICK HOUSE oontainmg six rooms, situated on F street, be tween 2d ami 3d streets, inquire of J. ROVFR.cn 1st, between I and K street*. oc 24-'w* A FURNISHED HOUSE FOR RENT, either .1 to a family or a club. Boarding may be had at the next door. Inquire of Air. FISIILR.at Mc Gnir?'s Commission Store. oc J3 AI* L'OR KKNT.-A three story Frame House ami I Furniture, No. .St#, i.orth side Massachusetts avenue, bet wee i 4th and Mb streets, containing twelve n cms with passage, aide alley and back al ley . and a lame tlowor garden. The honse is neatly furnished a? d in the neighborhood of the Northern Liberties Market and convenient to several church es For particulars ai ply at the premises before 8 o'clock a m. or after 3 o'clock p. m. oc 23 tf FjMiR R KNi'-A I andsomely Furnished HOU8B. ( No. 44'i, northeast corner of H and loth sheets) containing thirteen rooms, with gas tixtures, bathing room. Ac For particulars apply on the preintxas.or address Hax .si3.CHy Post Office. se 22 tf_ IVOR RKNT.-One lftrgo PARLOR, with Bed 1 rooms attached, suitable for a family or gentle man and lady, with or without Board. Also, ssveral other R??oni?. suitable for single gentlemen. Apply at D'l VERNOIS'S Hotel, Pa.avenue, between i7tn and I8>h sis. oc22 11UY YOUR GOODS FOR CASH! > Ami Save Tks Pkr Ck.nt. GREAT INDUCEMENTS OFFERED TO cash purchasers. R. BRICK HALL, who for the past ten jears has l>een so very lilierally patronised liy tha Ladies, is desirous of tendering Ins grateful thanks for past favors and would respectfully inform Lia friends and customers that he has added to his already exten sive estaMikhment, CARPET AND SHOE ROOMS, im th* Serond rind Third floor*, where we have an eJkuuisite array of CAHPF.T 1A (i >, R UtiS, (HI, CLOTHS, hLASZF.TS, arf'l HOMES'! It: (rOOf)S hv the pier*: also. ti t:\Tl.t: MEN'S. BOYS', and SMtVAXTS* B OO TS n Hd S HO k S. In our Retail department, on the first floor, wc aie prepare*! to exhibit a very large and lieautiful assortment of FALL and WINTER GOODS, at unusually low prices. Our assortment of Fancy and S r a PLk Drrss Goods, for Ladies, will !w found very large and attmotive. In ihe assortment we have Black Silk at &n cents; English Merinos at 25 cents; l?est Frcnch Merinos, mall colors, at ?t7cents; aome as low as 75 cents; Flaid Merinos, 31 cent-; I'.am ami hgured DcLames, very oheap; Krownand black DeBege. I? cents; Good Calicos. 6 cents; La dies' Merino Vests, very cheap; Indies', Gentle men'*, and f'hildren's Shawls, in all atyles and pri ces; Ladies' Cloaks, Talma* and Mantillas, of the newest and most Iteautiful styles, nt New York pn <>.'?; Good Kid (iloves. ifl cents; Children's Worsted Hoods, Capes and Talmas, extra cheap; Table Lin ens, Diapers, and Sheetings, at very low pncea; Linen Towels. 8 cents; Wool Flannels at 16 centa; Hleanhed Cotton at 1? cents, worth 12; Blankets, ftn cents; Spool Cotton, 12 cents per dozen; Umbrelltt, Sti cents. Our department for Gentlemen a, Boys', and Ser vant's wear, r>tfers many indiioemncts, ooinpriaing a Oomplete assortment of Cassimeres. Cassinets, Kentucky Jeans. Fulled Cloths au<i Linseys extra elicap. I'nder-Sliirta and Drawers, ail sizes ai.d price*. Llpgant Carpelings from 37 oerrta to 51.25; Ruga of new and i?ei?ntiful designs, v er? cheap; Drugnets in nil widths at low prices; Floor Oiloiotha fifty oentt. (icntlemcn's. Boy's, and Chi.dren'a Slouch flats and Cloth Cups in great variety, at unheard of ?rices. Our stock of Boots and Shoes are from the farst manufacturers in the country, embracing all quali ties, styles, and puces, for Ladies, Gentlemen, Chil dren and ftervastts. all of which we will sell ten per oent Icks than regular prices, aud warrant them to five satisfaction. OI K TP.KMA ARE STRICTLY CASH, and aa a proof of otlr determination to sell ten per cent less than those a ho s*!! on credit- we invite you to on1!, examine our stock, and compare the prices with those asked elsewhere, as we believe it wib be to) our interest to purchase of ua tor cash at ten per cent 'ess than the same articles can bo liought in Mther houses on credit. R. BRICE HALL. No. 373 Seventh street, oc 19-eo2w fourth house above I. NENV"GROCERY. VARIETY, AND PRO VISION STORE. Is Thk Northern Libe&tik*. The subscriber has iust opeucd a Store of the above description No. 544 north M street,. near 'Jth, and respectfully solicits Cic|| patronage of hi* friends and the puMic. The! articles are fresh, and vrill he sold as low asJ at any other store ic the Citv His stock consist! of such artic es as are usually kept in a Grocery More. Also. Combs, Brusn??, Toilet powder, Pins, Need les. Sewing Silk and Cotton, Thread, Suspenders, Pens, Ink. Paper. Cake*. Candies. Ac. For Rext.?A Brick Stalrte. with hay loft and room f<>r carriage and two horses. ocl2-e<?!in* 1 HQS. N. A DAMS. HE HISTORY OF FIVE LITTLE P1GS Shewing the adveutures of one little pig who went to marketiufa secoud pig who stayed at nome, of a third pig wno got roast beef, of a fourth pig who got none, and of a fifth little pig who cri xl " w?*, wee, wee,' all the way home, beautifully illustrated, price )3 cents, A Hero, PTnllp's Book, by the author of44 Olive," 44John Halifax,'' Ac., 38 oent*. Voices from the .Crowd, by Charles Mackay, 25 oents. Voices from the Mountains by do.; 25 oents. Soyer'sCulinary Campaign,being Historical Rem iniscences of the late Vvar, with the Plain Art of C'>okery for military andcivilinstitutions.thearmy, uaw, pnblic, Ac., by Alexis Soyer. ? lo". The Viconite de Bmgelonue, by the author of 44 Monte Christo," 2 vols.. $1.25. Just published, aud for sale at TAYLOR A MAURY'S Bookstore, Pa. av., between 9th A 10th sts. oc23 3t fTNBXPLOSIVE ETHEREAL OIL. The undersigned h?* ETHERF.AL OIL l?N EXPI.OS1VK in its character, aiid which gives a superior light, burns longer, aud smokes less than the F.thereM Oil Usually sofd in this city. The right to sell this Ot! in the District of ColumUa is guar anteed to the undersigned, and is sold only at the Dnpot, No. Ifll, northwest comer of E and llth streets, where its superiority wdlbe shown at any time, The pnoe is the same as tWexplosive. Or ders will be punctually filled by louring them at the &n'-eo3m FR. STUTZ, Grocer. ITV BTKAM FIRE-WOOD MILL. Economy asp Coxvkhkwc*. We are now ready to deliver WOOD *A WED and SPLIT at 20 per cent, less thnn the usual rates, aiyi better prepared than it can be by hand. Knots and wood of inconvenient size not sent. All orders for less than half a cord willbedeliverod in crates to any part of the house at no further ex pense to the purchaser, Pine wood id crates trtoents. Oak wood do. 4<i eents. In thia pari of our business we will open ro ae 0"unts, as we have come to the conclusion to make it excloaivtdy a cash business. Also, on hand, HICKORY, OAK, and PINE WOOD and COAI, of *11 kinds, which will be dis posed of on the usual accommodating terms. Now on the way One cargo White Ash Broken Coal for furnfto*. On* eargo White Ash Egg Coal for radiators. Coal lbs. to the ton. All under '?over. Orders promptly filled. T? 3 ? h \V ? M ? G A IiT? northwest corner of IStli and C sts.. No 547, oc 7-i4" one square south of Penn. avenue. N" EAV GALLKRV OF ART. , No. I enns) lvania Avenue, (orer Davis e Pianu Stur-.) The tuUciber, uiduoed by his suocess in Phila delphia, and the numerous orders he reoeives from this seotlou of the country, I as opened a hrst-olaas gallery in this oily for the production of AMBRO TYPES, UAGLKKKl.OTVPES. and PHOTO GRAPHS, affording the citizens of \N ashin^ton and the public an opportunity of procuring as fine a work as is made in >^ew York or Paris. IVft-traits in Oil, from Life or Daguerreotypes; and Photographs finished m India Ink. Crayon, and Natural Colo,s, b> a distinguished Parisian artist, engaged expressly for this establishment. Persons regidiiu at a distanoe wishing to have Daguerreoty pes enlarged and painted can sand them (with description of person> aud have them accu rately copied, iwid returned by exproes. All I, kenesses are guarauieod, and an eaanuna tion of spceimens is solicited. J. E. MuCLfeES, Photographer, .'*w Pennsylvania avenue, oo 23-1W Chestnut street, Philadelphia. jf A DIES, PLEASE READ. Instead of selling the remnant of my stock of KANU\ GOODS at auotion, I have moved it into my new Store, 804 Pa. avenue, between 9th aud loth streets, where I intend giving my customers and tha puMio generally, a chance to get great la'gains at auction prices. Call before you buy, and examine for yourselves, _ Very rMPectftlUy. . 1. C. 8TEVEN8, AUCTION SALES. TO-DA F iV TO MORROW MORNlltQ. Br JA5.C.McOl IRK, Auctioneer. \f A LIABLE BUILDING LOTS ON K street North, >ra* Fran*li* at AtCftOX. On MOMMY AFTtR.\00.\, amfc. U 4 o oiock. on ttt" prem??a*. I*haU tell parts of ont diTiijnss No. 34 aaiAa^Kri No.Sto. froot*o? fl| fe?t2inahes wo north K street. twtwMi 1M and 13th atreota, running. took 97 feet 8 uw-he;, *Mi the Irivikft ofiniilltj rHDCinr out to lit* . . These are the moat eliglide and deairable Bun l.ng t<ota for aaie m that deiighuul part of the City: to the aale of which special attention is unrated. ?itle Indisputable. he property will bo aoid entire, or is Lota, M la den red. Terms: One third cash, tho reaiauo in 6 and 12 mouths. with mtereat, aeoured by deed of iru?t on tho premises. <w?i-d J AS. C. McGCTRK. A wot. 1 FUTURE DAYS. / By A. GREEN. Auctioneer. VALUABLE BUI 1.DING L4?TS FRONTING or* IOTHBTOEIT WBT 1XD KlIITiK IsMlCD AV excr AT Auction.?On THURSDAY. the 29th in ? tftnt, 1 ahull Mil. in front of the premi?ea at4o>:k. p. ni., II handsome building lota, being lota D, K, F. G, H? L, M.N. Ot P. and l|, in aubdiviMion of east liit.fof aquare No. 3S7. Thia property ia handsome ly located, aome ot which fro?t on 10th atroet * eat. between north P street and Rhode Island avenue, and aome on the atenue. Terms : One-third cash, balance in in, 12,18 and 24 months,the purchasers togive notes for the do icr rod payments, bearing interest from day of aale. A deed tivcnauda deed of trust taken. Title uadiaputa ble. oc23-d A. OR EEN, Auctioneer By JAM. C. MoGUIRK, Auctioi oer. Desirable two-story brick dwel i.ing-Hoc*f. axo Lot i?? the Vicijiitt of I-raskln Row.?On THURSDAY AFTER NOON, October 29, *t 4>4 o'c'?'lI;. on tuc (.rcOiaet. 1 shall sell subdivision " D." in square No. 247. fronting 23 feet on 13th street, between L and Maa rachuaetta avenue, running Uack 1?4 feet 4J< inchea t-? an al'ey, with the lryprovcmerts, consisting of a neat and well-built two-story biick dwe!li?g house, containing four rooms and kitchen, with l>ack porch, wooJ sheds, &c. Terms- One-third rash; the residue in six, and twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on thepremi*e*. oe24-d J AS. C. McOUIRE, Auctioneer. MARSHAL'S SALE.?In virtno of three wits of Fieri Facias, issued from thoClert'o Offioe of the Circuit t.'ourt or the Distriet of Columbia for the County of WarJnnaton, and to ma directed, I will expose to public sale fi?r CASH.in front of the Court-house door of said eonnty. on WEDNES DAY, the*8th day of October, at 12 oVock ni, the following described property, to wit: all defendant's right, title, claim, and intcreat in and to that part of Lot. No. 17, in Square No. 374, oommencing i2 feet 8 inches from the northeast corner of said lot, front in* lli feet 8 inohea on I street North, between and loth streets Weal, aid running liack that width tlie whole depth oftha lot, together with ail and ain gular tho improvements thereou, aeiitd and levi?*d upon as the property of Wil iam D. Acken, and will be aoid to satisfy Judictnls Nos. 3C1, 578, and 37U, to Olrfober term, 1ftS7, in favor of Charles Koonea. use of Parker P. Clark. Peter J. Steer, &n?l Fielder M, Magruder, f*. W illiani D. Acken. _ J. D. HOOVF.R, Marshal for the District of Columbia. oc5 dtds I OOK TO YOUR INTEREST! TO THE CASH CO~NSUVIF.RS OF COAL AND WOOD. W e have nowon the way. 2 l*r*e cargoes of RED a^d WHITE-ASH COAL, which we purchased in Philadelphia for caah.ainoe the great pressure in money matters. We cai. sell it clo-ap for cash. We hare on hand, at our wharf, the latest and best supply of WOOD in town, which wo will also sell low for cash. WARDER A STEWART, Oflkse corner of H and 12th streets. oc 17-2w* Wharf Uih at.and Canal.south side. j^OAL! COAL!! COAL!!! COAL! I The tigdcrsigred respectftiil* informs the public that he ia now receiving large sumitOK of Cum!?er laud COA L, in boat loads, which 1 now ofl?*r to the trade at roducod prices for caih. Tbia C??4I is of a superior quality, and of a large Kize. Can ha seen at my Depot, at the corner of 12th and B street south. JONAS P. LEYY, oc 12-lm Grocery and Provision Store. 1'HE LADIES CLOAK AND MANTILLA STORE. OIR OPENING DAY. THURSDAY, October 22d. aio CLOAga, Talmas, Cikcvlars, axd Basqcks. We take pleaaure in inforimhg tho Ladies that our present opening of CLOAKS, TAI,M AS, CIRCU LARS, and BASQUES, Mirpasses all former i!i a ?ons, in extent, variety, aod cheapness. Onratnck eompria<'s all tne new and fashionable New York and Paris designs, and have b?*en purchased at pnnir prirtf. Wo name, in part ? >?11 a * - ? The Tsabeiia, The Zoletisk i. Circular. The Cora. Basque. 'J he Lota Mont he, Taitna, pieces. & The MeiiKKa, The Knlteka, The Viotnnne, Tha Fiextolom, The Vesta, and mauy other new and beautiful designs, in Grav. Brown, and H ack Clot h. N. B.?Cloak and Mantilla Rooms, seemid story. MAXWELL 4c BKO.. - oc 21 Pa. av. C^REAT BARGAINS IN HOUSEKEEPING f ARTICLES. CHINA TFA SETS, consisting of 44 pieces, tlar.dsomeiy dec??rated. old pfice S3. 1 Sharp Diamond \N ATEK GOBLETS,J .$i.vi per dozen, o!d price % 1 V>. Gold-lat.d I'hiua TEA SETS, 4t pioces, , new ar.d tiautilul shapes, Vi,old price Stl. With <>a immecsn ab?ck of usefal and ornimewtal Hoiiaekcepinj Aitit!es, sel :tig at proportionately low ratca. Having recontly purchased a largo stock of Horse keeping Articles at auction in the Northern citiea at ruinously low prices. I am now prepaid to offer extraordinary inducements to purchaser*. Call and examine gcods an ! prices. My general assortment is decidedly the most ex tensive in the oitv,eiiil>racing Cabinet Furnttme and a.most every article used in housekeeping. C. W. BOTELER. Iron Hall, No.518 Pa. avenue. ocSl-eay ar.d ^41 D street. ^HICKER1NG &. SONS' PIANOS. Just receite4l. a further supply of superb Pianos, from tb? old and iustly eelebrated Factory^yy^ja^ j of Cluckering ic Sunt, Boston, agasnwrra Completing ihe extensive and elegant as-' * ? ' ? aortment alwsya kept by the sab?cril>er. Parlor. Graml, Ix>uis aIV, and Central Pianos,of every scaleaad style. Also, Pianos of excellent touch, tone, and finish, from other approved Boston and New York facto ries. 11. addition to tho stock in store, the subscriber,in a few days, Wid r#c?ive from Boston and N?*w York a arge nnnilior of Piauoa. whicn he has pur chased for cash at unprecedented low price*, and therefore will sed them lower than Piano* have eve i been otlered in tins city, either for cash or approved paper. Second hand Pianos taken in part pay ment. Alsa, juat reeeived from Boston, some first-elats Melodeonsof van- us patterns. Martin's Guitars, acknowledged superior to an? in tho country. Evety article will be Bold at the lowest price. oc22-*oit RICH'I) DAVIS. N JOTICE TO HOLSEKEEPERS. a i&rgo C. R. L. CROWN A C??.. having received a largo anil woil selected Mock for the Fail trade, in i vitea Housekeepers aud tnoflo in want oi1 FURNITURE ?<r CROCKERY WARE, to examiuv their stock, as thoy are d etc r in mod to sell to suit lhe times. Bank paper of the Di&triot taken at nar. C. R. L. CROWN A CO., oc 16-tf No. Hal. oorner of ttth at. and Pa. av. MME.NSE REDUCTION IN THE PRICES OF READY MADE CLOTHING. I Having on baud an unusually large *t*>ck of RKAliV-MADE CLOTHING and FURNISH ING GOODS of the latest and moat approved stylea we have detomuned to reduce it liy ea?h saleo. re gardless of sacrifice. Wi!li Ihia ol.xjct in view, we hwe marketl our prices to inoct tho wants of all in search of good artic.es. NOAII WALKER A Co. Marble Hall Clothing Store, No, 963 Pa av? oc 17-2w Browns' Hotel Building. VIRGINIA AND m9T?.C?MON% ^ TOR BOOTS, SUOEH, AND TRUNKS. S. P. HOOVER'S IRo'Si HALL BOOT, SHOE AND TRUNK ESTABLISHMENT. Pmnyylvama avtnue, biiwrru &i/t amtl 1 uik sis. Hi BOOTS I have just returned from the North with a splendid assortment of ail, kinds of Ladies. Gentleinens. Mis ^^aea. Boys', Childrena', and Servanta' BOOTS aud SHOES. Also. & large stock of TRUNKS. CARPET BAGS. VAL1CES. and SATCHELS, all of which 1 will aeii for the above money. Calfoarly.at 8AM L. P. HOOVER'S. _ac 30 Iron Hall. J^JETROPOLITAN .MECHANICS' INSTI Thia Diploma, of the fust class, waa awarded by tho Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute for the pro motion of the Mechanic Arte, to Dr. C. H. VAN PATTI- N,of Washuifton, D. C., for hia SUPERIOR DENTISTRY, Slroioal aJSD Michaxical, exhibited at the display of artielea of AmenoKi manufacture held in the City of Waahiugtou on the 10th day of March, 1853. JoatpH Hikev, Preaidont. Charles Stassbury, Secretary. DR. VAN PATTEN haa removed his oihoe. and may now be faund oai y. from 10 a. ru. to 4 p. in j>v*r Potentini'a (former!* Miller'a)celebrated C?uiloo tionery. opposite Mcuuiro's Auction Store, tot ween 10th and 11th ata. oc 1?? ^TTENTION. HOUSEKEEPERS! ? I respectfully oall the attention ofhouaekneprr* to Spence'a ELEVATED HOT AIR CtW)KING RANG K.that he.\ts rhe parlor above and chambers liko the Parlor Companion. For sale only at C. Woodward's Metropolitan Stove and Grate Facto ry, Nos. 318 and S? Pennsylvania avenue, between loth and 11th streets. ,A. . , N. ||. _Hot-Air Furnaces of the latest lmprove mont put op at the shortest B<'tioa. w c. woodward. | ?OUSEKEEPERS. ATTENTION ! I havo just rooeivod a fresh supply of new and im proved RISING STAR COOKiNe HTiiVES. They aroca?tof tho best Pennsylvania malablo iron, and made vory heavy and atro^g to stand hard knocks and rongh usage. For aalo only at C. WOODWARD'S Metropolitan Stove and Grate Worker, P? at,,botweanmti A nth st?., 0?1?XW Noa.a8A3ff, t TEf.EGRAPHIC NEWS From Ike A*>o<tated Frets Ajent. FOCR DAYS LATER FROM RCROFrT Arrival ml Ike Baltic. rive5T?\.',*"w?,t M'~Tb* ?'"*r Baltic ar. STmS"*"* L'**rrwo' ? r-VEsujy ?^w> " ***? i?l^,T23i.,w? u",ncl?" Mftr m> ^^mLAND< - f.?r the C*?ara!'t' '*?'~^mr entered and ran h. ???-? ^ val ue ot the suk-s WM^*3iihXnL TL# 1 :ie American bar?c lx-comple i? dead dwi and a cJtSrilS &tEa*?r; hav.ng be n ?UW?H|V h,? ,#WqOTp' The Bank of Dublin ha* advanced it* rates to ? per cent , and the Bank of Farne* to 0 v There Was a great p.essure at Vienna Mown. Ron, MlUbell A Co . * Canadian km. at London, has failed? their liabilities amount ta quarter of a million ; asset* larger. J. Monteitb & Co , and other Glasgow houses have suspended to Large amounts ' erT?TlliLl,^t?.|,r0?'?W*hettM'? buf ?? ? critical condition. The dirftiu^ ?f tli? Easerora of F Austi ia was still talked o7 t?,? f lbe ?iBM ?* Oct 12 J The funds declined M" per cent Tb? armiM for dimrrmtit* at bark i. ,uore numerous HM*.ny iimZJkZZ!) *,ItT tho,l"?d P3VK a ITiSfS?r fEJ? e*poTtat)on The American claow l?f'-T.? * rriany *nonth? must L - J danger of gold befna sent hence to New Yotk in on account of i7?Jr JI?t! tior.al purchase* 0f securities. which oareapital a.' !ilZ ,emP,ed m?.ke at A? respects commercial losses to be sustained this *>de. ??*nr heavy amount* are believed lo have Jul leu on [,von? and Pari** v*nfi ??t?f'' B adford at.d Glasgow will also suffer consider-' (From the Tiaies of the Ukh l . '? day raised tbc discount to 7 net cent. Thi* rerun re was fully anticipated aid sna* :?;?'<* appi^on. ee*!* u 2?"?^5\ f further movement will (L^. dlately be found necessary. Tb* amount of hnl ion withdrawn from, he hank has ?n"!,?v thousand pounds, but it is asserted ,>iat four hwn It.'uir ""if'o w>U be dispatched by the Baltic and Persia on \\ ednesdav aud Sniuntsv next, and as the Indian exchanges show an ad verse alteration, it is also anticipated that the fhiprnent* in that direction by the mail of the *?t " wXl n'S" " "'>? <"~'b?$,.p-? I J V peoapects. a freah a.Wce m the rate of discount can aoarcely be avoided and perhaps we mav a^ain see the rate of b per ceat at Which ltsto<d inOctoljer, isi; ]u proportion* however, to the suddenness of the pressur* wili be the rapidity of the ultimate reaction nTiifi- JKHh<^M?wrTrtte ?pprebension that the dinturbancc will be protracted The sole cause for anxiety is the fall ot such hoasea. in rhe provinces and elsewhere, as are unaeoidaMr comp omised by tbe American failures and 11a. tuatians in the nwrketa for Kastern prodoL-e This should not beget, however, any vasue ter ror calculated to lead tnen to a single day of i?en e.al Inanrial distrust. The belief is. howeve that the decided action of the bank has removed all darurer on that account. Altogether the fr*' ir,4? exhibited to-dav was such as to excite pride ia our healthful svstetn of ttnance. and to conBrm the impression that, although tbe shock tr^m Amerfra couies upon us in ttie midst of th- i, dian mutiny, we shall l?e able to wlthatatui it 2* that it* consequence*, heavy as they ruaat nec>? sarilv be, shall noadestroy conlldenoe or interrunt the general Welfare! of the country. The fluctu gVe^t* 'U lhe ',WUi# t*"d*y buy itesr, extremely Four failures were announced from Glasgow to d^y The principal ont Was that of J Monteitu ^ bos* are believed to be exten sive They were large shippers of Glasgow goods b. America and elsewhere The other houCs are Patterson Jc Co., Macdonald A Co . and Wallace ft vO. [From the Times of the Mtk 1 a ? The quotation of gold at Parts is nearly two tenths per rent, clearer than lo London aad at Hamburg flve-tenth* dearer The flnctuatioustn tensl? t<h4*V have again been rapid and e* The market opened witk great weakness, bat theie was sul^jueutly cansiderabte reaction and a more healthful tone in all department* of bnsl ness. CousoU tor money weie Irstquoted at*.* No sales, however, were pressed, and irradmu recovery took place, whick was assisted by sev eral poreha<es on the part of the public. Tba angewas then l?etu<een ?T and 873," until nooa. a-beti tke gomnawst broker appeared as a bom of AW,WW eicbeqiter bills on a<-?oant of the slak ing fund Thi* increased the tendeary t?roafl dei.te, and ultimately, notwitbstatkdiw tbe an noiiiicenient that the Bank of France bad adopted a rise of one per cent, iu the rate uf diac?unt transactions were eflW-ted at S7\ to -;C. and t4 to w ^ for the loth of November. After tbe regul lar hours there was less Urtnne?*. and quotation* were e>7), to i7for money, and e* to k for tbe account. India ?The mail has arrived, with dales f.om Calcutta t?? the loth September, ajul Bon.bay the irth, the news by which was Uieuranbed to London. ? ' ^ ?? The siege train was expected at Delhi on tbe j>1 ot September, and the assault was then antici pated to take place immediately. General Havelock remained at Cawnpore. but would be reiuforced iu a few dava by Gen Out fcrceVrh? Lad rt*cLc^ Allahabad w ith a strong Lwckanr w was still gallantly hi*iding out and would be relieved about the middle of Septem ber. Lord Elgin had left Calcutta for China JThe China mail failed to connect at Ceylon General Nicholson had defeated the reikis at Najof (Vh.tr. with the io** of their guns. General Havelock had defeated the rebels oear Rituoon On the 17th ot Auguat the garrison of Lncka liow made a succes*ful sortie, capturing the gnns and provisions of the Dinapore mutineer!, who were again defeated by Major Eyre. The rebels were threatening Allahabad and Benares. Large bodies of troops were marching from Cdlrutta towards Allahabad Troops were ar riving at Calcutta rap:div from Kagland A dispatch to the London Post says that the British lorees had atta< ked Lu< kauow castle and spiked the gun*, inflicting heavy losses on the enemy. Hates from Delhi to Augu?t 30th *tate that an inuitediate assault was anticipated The rebels had been defeated on the iSUsb with the loss of all their guns. Gen. Ontram was expected to raaek Cawnpore on the 9<h of ^ptember, to join Have lo< k It was expected that the garrison of Luck now would be relieved on the 15th. Havelock defea'ed the rebels at Bifhvar on the lGth of Au gust, tiien returned to Cawnpore. The mutiny of the tiity-ilrst native infantr\ wa?ern*hed. The garrison at A rvah arrived safely at Dinapore. The rebel foree at lngd? spore was broken. The In surgents at Dluapore were endeavoring to reach Delhi. Tbe twenty-third fusileers had arrived at Calcutta Central India eontlnnes undisturbed No fur ther outbreaks at Bombay The Madras presi dency was tranquil. Lord El>fin had proceeded to Ifong Kong The Persians evacuated Herat on the 47th day of July. Imports at Bombay were advancing Money was plenty, and exchange 4*. :Jd Ttie Bank of Bengal had refueed advances on the India Company** paper. Another dispatch says that Havelock was a^a.ting reinforeemerm at Cawnpore before at tacking Luc know The garrison of the latter I lice was bravely holding out, having again de ?-sted the rebel* with *evere lo?s The rebels fiorn Ui.de were threatening Allahabad and Benaiee. and the tifty-tlfth native Bengal infantry had been disarmed I>arge bodies of troops were marching from Calcutta towaids Allahabad Tb* Punjab continues tranquil Twenty-five hundred troops bed arrived at Mauritius The export of goods at Calcutta had declined, and imports were dull. Money was excessively ? arce. Spain.?The ministerial ctisis at Madrid still continued. Bravo and Murillo still refuse to form a ministry. (tali.?There wa* apprehen*ions of farther distui bailees in Italy. Tuk Mabkkt*. Liveipool. Oct. 14,3 p m ?C tton la quiet, but steady Flour is steady. Wheat has a de clining tendency. Corn I* steady. Provisions quiet. The money market i* decidedly more strin gent. Bank rates have advanced to 7 pr cent Consols bad considerably declined, but tallied atid eio*c*d at h; \a?? k Losno>. 2 p. hi -C'ons,?U dosed at ?7^8^ for money, and Sefc for account. Baltimore ttnrkets BAt.TiMoaE. Ort.Sii ?Floor is ?teadv at tS.t'. Wbe^t is tinsettled; red SI I0a(l vNi. white fi.ttw ??l ^ i* Alindy: white and rcllow(^<*<br. Wh-slty is in lietter demand CIt? il\c.% Oh ? 22eX. BANKING HOUSE > CHVKB MOTHERS Depositors depositing Bank w"' maik their Checks *???'? Deposiles of tiolu will h? Aeolunls will hj^ with degaijoreaBowjas ..?.r&szr ? wM CHl'BH BKOTHRRR. Fl ANO *or *ST. om* for fTS.and one fot mm. oc a W? *mt owraer 1 ?k ^