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J-t7We are requested to announce that from
thli date until tbe meeting of Con greet the
President will be unable to receive visitors, hit
time being full; occupied by public business.
Noyuimb 19, 1863.
To-day the Chief Magistrate of the nation
and other eminent citizens are engaged In a
solemn and holy workdedicating the battle
ground of the bloodiest contest of the war of
the rebellion as a burial place for our soldiers
Iain In defence of their heritage and In the
cause of freedom. Poor and commonplace In
comparison with the latere it of the subject
would be any phrases we might Indite, but we
feel that this grand consecration of a national
burial ground for the resting place of our
patriot dead should be made the occasion of an
appeal to the living.
A Tolce rises from the Ihrko-h allowed ground
at Gettysburg to-day, saying to each loval man
In the natlom " T1V havt jjlttn a!J, even our Ihvn
far onr dear count 1 . What akb tou uorso 1"
The scattered, Isolated, obscure graves of sol
diers, hidden from the light of heaven tu haste
upon hostile soli or disputed ground, where
our battalions have met the rebel foe, may
speak, only to Ihe few loved onea at borne,
whose hearts have been pierced by the wound
that Ulled a son, a father, a brother, or a friend,
but here at Gettysburg, where the Invader was I
met and buried back with fearful slaughter,
the voice of tbe slain mingle In one chorus,
and call out to the whole nation, remind-
ing all of tbe duty of tbe hour. The duty of
those who lie there has been done, and done
wtlf. Let us do ours. Wheo we survey
thAt field, with lu memorials of the nation's
sorrow, cau we Ignore or neglett any duty
devolving upon ns in this crl'lsT With
the examples of self-sacrifice It furnishes, shall
wc content ourselves with hoarding or spend
ing the fruits of tbe earth and of tbe labor of
our fellow-men T Shall we turn aside from tbe
great w ork of redeeming the n ttlon, to Indulge
in political partisanship or In carpings and crit
icisms upon the course of. the Government, for
selfish or psrty purposes 7
Let ua rather listen to tbe apptal that comes
up from the earth at Gettysburg, and down
from the heaven above It, to our patriotism,
and to our gratitude to God, who his hitherto
showered so many rich blessings upon our fa
Masonic Election. The Grand Lodge of
Masons, of Maryland, have elected the follow
ing officers for the ensuing year 1 M.W.Grand
Master, John Coatee, of Baltimore K. W. D.
Grand Master, W. L. W. Seabrook, of Anna
polls j R. W. G. Senior Warden, Dr. William
J, Wroth, of Baltimore; R. W. G. Junior
Warden, A. K. Stecke, of Washington county j
H. W. G. Secretary, Jacob 11. Medalry, of Bal
timore t R. W. G. Treasurer, Frederick FIckey,
Jr., of Baltimore; K. W. G. Chaplain, Rcr.
Dr. J. D..McCaK of West River ; R. W. G.
Marshal, J. P. W. Richardson, of Baltimore.
A bill to prohibit the manufacture and sale
or Bjilrltuonv liquors In Wert Virginia is be
fore the Legislature of that State. Liquor for
mechanical aud medicinal purposes only may
hi: sold, and that by agents to be specially ap
Iolnted fur tho purpose. One gentleman, In
favoring this measure, said he " considered the
act of wbltkcv Mlllng worse than treason.'
Meetings for tt.u encouragement of o!an
tecrlng are holding In Massachusetts and other
parts of New Kngland.
Pureult of Ihe Ufatajoe ludlaue
It appears from official reports received here
from f.tn.Carleton, commanding the Depart
ment of New Meileo, that the California and
New Mexican volunteers are scouring the ter
rltoryaud penetrating to the haunts of the
, ', . .. . 1 ..1 ti. ,'
Navajoe Indians, destroying their villages aud 1
irops, ana matin;- captures 01 peragon eoa
their stock. Owing tu tbe scant supplies of
lrast and water, operations aie to bo made In
ditached parties, on foot, vhlch plan of cam
paign Is to be continued dnrlng the winter.
The Navajoe trlho had been more severely
purlshed during the past summer than ever
Ihty have been closely hunted In almost
eery dlrtctlon by our troops, and of late by
the Apnthe aud Pueblo Indians.
lu tho large eitent of country which has
bteu traveled over this autumn, e cry evidence
Unds to show thai these Indians have no lon
ger a permnmnt abiding place, but are tleeiiig
from one pnini to auotber In a continual state
A Goor Hint. the Mw York Fttutntj W
When will the Kuglish learn bow to write
correctly about this country ( A ver friendly
press, the Dally A ties, reviewing Uawtbornv's
book, says very compassionately tbst our " na
Uonal Hie has been loo short" for the forma
tion " of aibomogeneous character" among our
people, v should like to know what homo
genskty there U among tbe British ptopJe,
u thousand )ear old, composed of Welshmen
who csnuot speak English, of Irishmen always
lu revolt and forever at enmity with their rul
ers, of Scotchmen u bo are distinct in dialect,
manners anil customs, and even now are not
too foudof thetfassenaths t ow much of this
1 therein the Fngllsb eounllesof Yorkshire,
Kent, CorunalW 'Ihe truth li, there Is far
more boniogturiiy lu the Culled States, not
wltbstsudlug Its short national life, than there
ever has beeu in Great Britain, from the lime
of the beptsreh down.
01 r t c t a l . 1
Circular No. tin J
WAtMiwoTow, D. C, Nov. ft, IMS. )
Tbe following nefulatlona are established, with
the approv al of the Sccmetaki- or War, and will
govern Wintering- and Disbursing officers In their
payments ot the advance bounty, premium, and
advance pay to recrutte (not veterans) tiUittidby
XecrvUinff ejhrtri, to eerve for Ihree years or the
wan In old rectsseata now otfsntied, whose terms
of service expire In 1864 and tsiSi
I. To all recruits snilitlnff as shove required
there will fce paid one month's pay In advance, and
la eddtUoe, a bounty sad premium amouattag to
Ml, as follows, lti T
Oa being mustered Into the felted State service,
under tblsauthoitty, and before leaving the
recruiting station or depot to join his company
or regiment, the1 recnM shall receive one
month4! advance pay'..).!.1,'..,.. $13 00
First Installment of bounty;. co oe
Premium 3 00
Total pay beforajolnlag Ms regiment .... IB 00
At the first regular pay day, or two months
after muster-In, an additional Install
ment of bounty will nt paid so 00
At the first regular pay day after six months'
service, an additional Installment of
bounty win be paid 4000
At the first tegular pay day after the end of
the Out jear's service, an "additional
Installment of bounty will be paid .... , 00
At the first regular pay day after eighteen
months service, an additional Install'
ment of bounty will be paid 4900
At the first regular pay day after two jeers'
service, an additional Installment ot
bounty will be paid ,. . . ...... 4000
At the expiration of thiea years' service, or
to any soldier enlisting under this au
thority, who may be honorably discharged
after two years' service, the remainder of
the bounty will be paid 40 00
II. If the Govern ment shall not require these
troops for the full period of three years, and they
shall be mustered honorably out of the service be
fore the expiration of their terms of enlistment,
they shall receive, on being mustered out, tht
whole amount or bounty remaining unpaid the
same as If tbe full term had been serred.
III. The legal heirs of soldiers who die In service
shall be entitled to receive the whole bounty re
maining unpaid at the time of the soldier's death.
IV. rrfrren tvunlYrrs' will receive the one
month's advance pay, bounty, and premium, as
author! ied la Geoerftl Orders, Ios. 191 and 24,
current series, and Circular No.cr.of October?,
1W3, from this office.
JAMF.1 B. FRY,
Provost Marshal General.
TIIK PHESIDKTIAL PARTY EN
XlOl'TK FOR GETTYSBURG.
It was announced In the Sun of yesterday
mornlnir. that the President of the United
States, accompanied by several members of his
cabinet, ana otner uistinguisnca personages,
would pass through this city yesterday, en
route for Gettysburg. A special train of cars
bad been provided for their accommodation.
At ten minutes past twelve o'clock the train
left the depot at Washington, and arrived at
the Camden street depot twenty minutes past
one, having made the run in one hour and ten
President Lincoln was accompanied by his
two private secretaries. Mew. Nicolay and
Hays, and by a guard of honor, consisting of
ten memuers ot company a, 111 invalid regi
ment, under command of Lieut. F. P. Jackson.
The Hon. Mr. Seward, Secretary of State, and
the Hon. Mr. Usher, secretary of the Interior,
were the only members of the cabinet.
The French Minister M. Mercler, and the
Italian Minister, M, Bertlnsttt, accompanied
h wipm!i(r nf Mirlr rMmnrtlvn VtrAflnna In.
gether with several Italian naval offlcers, were
in l in"n- aP- "7 f "
terof tbe Hon. Edward Everett, who delivers
njtb ivi. .IB" iri.v.L., .1IB . .BV IV hUUaUKU-
the nratlou at Gettysburg to-day. Mr. John
w. liarrt-ti. rrtiaeni 01 ine uaitimore and
Ohio railroad; Wm. Prescott Smltb, superin
tendent of the tam road, and J. D. Cameron.
president of tbe Northern Central railroad, were
among those who received the President and
company at tbe Camden station and accompa
nied them to tbfl liolton depot. Tbe Marine
Band, from the Washington nnvyyard, under
the charge ofCapt. Ramsey snd Lieut. Cocbrsn,
were also In attendance, and arrompanlml the
party to Gettysburg.
There wis quite a crowd of persons at the
Camden Station npon tbe arrival of the train,
and the Preu'dent was repeatedly rhwrd.
The cars w ere drawn by hor e from tbe Cam
den station, along Howard and Cathedral
streets, to the Bolton station. During the pis
sageof the cars along these- streets agreat num
ber or persons lurougea tne siaewaiKs, auj ,
quite a crowd followed the ears so as to obtain jUOngreBS 01 AUrOpean HOVGr
a look at the President. Ho came to the plat- . r 11 1
form of the car In wblch he was several times ; GlgllS U&UGCl.
and acknowledged the cliecrlnr, and at the
same time gave tvery on a chauee tn have a
good Ionic at him.
upon urn arrival 01 tne cars at inu buuoii
depot the spectators surrounded Ibem, and
mucn sport auu a great amonnt 01 crowding
was Indulged In to obtain a sight nf the distin
guished passengers. The train left the liolton
dtpot at "o'cUh k, and just as It moted oil" the
TrMildent again reappfarnl upon the platform
of his car, and iio P'pe-rtteillyrh'Hrrd. A ear
was provided by Wm. Precrntt Smith fur the
ueof (icii, a?i hi n k and IliPullicers of his stall.
This car was uttm hM tn the Bpeclal train In
whUh uas the IVifldi'iit and other, aud den.
St 1 1 ruck and tlutf formed n part of the tompa.
uj to iJettjftliuri;. A special train was also
provided for the immb(.rs of Ihe City Council
aud other city olMolals. They, however, did
not Ifiivw for (jttljaburg until three oMock.
IIookere Poslllou at looknut Valler
The Chattanooga Iibdt of November 10, ad
mits that Uragg cannot take Chattanooga with
out greater loss than thu South can sustain.
Tbe Savannah JiepnlUean says the same, and
urges the lelnforccments of Je from here to
del tat Mead, uhen tlraut uuld easily be
The JUlrl claims Knovville certain, and
hopes that w III releasejlraggond prevent further
retreat on Georgia
Tbe correspondent of tbe UtUlt from the
front of Chsttonooga, on November 2. says 1
Had Jenkins attacked .looker In sulliclent
force the dflj after the Federals got possession
nf Kelly's i erry, and throw n a bridge over tho
rl. er, as Bragg ordered him to do, or even on
the succeeding day (Wrdoesday,) It Is possible
u e might have Mill remalued masters of the sit
uation, ua by getting possession of Lookout
Valley the Ftdtruls hau a fortllVd (oiltlon,
and it is almost, if not quite, as strong as Chat
tanoogn. Jfutuckbdlu the vallty tbey (ihu
rifii train; riu rLiuiun c iiiuiu rujuniy auu buio
f au e tan; It atlnckea lu CLattanooga,
tbey could reinforce somur fiom the alley
lLI11 0 could -en(i trouv. from ou. left to lLe
centre. From lirown's Ft rry to the roltroad Is
only om mile. If not moleted, the Federals
will, or course, ronktrutt the railroad to the
lrri,redu:lt)g the distauci of hautlngsupplles
sixty miles to Iwo,
Ibis new moe on the military chesit board,
by which the Kiderals got possession of look
out Valley and the railroad to Bridgeport, was
a masterly stroke. Ilm contention was bril
liant, executed admirably, and the combination
faultless. Kverythlu slipped from us ku tusl
) , or wus takeu so adroltlj , v hardly knew It
vt us doue. Theru is no lunger uuy duuU of the
Federal cotiuuamler'a ablllu to obtain bum-Ik
Ibis winter unless speudlly tiercoii,. 'ii,.j
lb s winter uuiw. "' " n 1. a. in ,w
thls we shall have to light onollu r buttle aud
mtrcome phslcal dUUeultles ol u sirluusc hnr
the iiiiid and water of Chattanooga a lej?
(Uu.lfard.ehasut,, "iJ 10 tne om-
maud or Folk's Corps. Howell Cobb Is here.
Presldeut Udtls was at Goldhoro', North rBr
oliua, ua the Tib.
riKB at tue Boston Ml sclm. About sevcu
n'lloek last eenli-g,as the stage at tbe Mnsium
..... 1.1.... n,, 1... 1 .... ,,u,. in ti, ..i.'
furumuie, auiuK ..1 the suuery caught flic. Ihe
tlauies spread uu.eklv, but were put out without
r '..' ' ....
eaumg agtueri! alarm, a rurce pump imenaeo
fur such evlgeiielelri.lieeilecu(i-l uir. Ibr
stage nas uireauy tet lor tue opening sceu.j ui
the "Jealuu Wii... and ILia, together Kb
much othvr Bituerv, wus ladh Injured, ihu
entire loss will he l,0OG :r iU.uou. bouioflw
Lunare'U pemoite v, trc id iul irom part ot tLe
bouse, but no pauiv uteurred, ui the curtain
prevented the fire from being seeu. 'Ihu uccl
dent old uo. pre tent iu v norm u nee lauug
plmc, ami eierythlu, went on as mual. Jio
Condition of Our Prison
ers' at Richmond.
Provisions For Hun Coiig Forward
Baltimore. Nov. 19. Intelligence from onr
prisoners sfRlctunonfl Is tnoat gloomy. Mo
meat had been famished them for twelve dayi,
end the prisoners on Belle Isle had actually
killed and eattn dogs to sustain life.
The supplies furnished by the Baltimore
American Relief Fund are going forward dally,
but are not sufficient to feed 13,000 men.
I shall endeavor to send fifty barrels of beef
and one hundred barrels ot flour to-morrow,
In full confidence that onr cltUens will be
sided by contributions from New fork, Phlla
dclphla, Boston, and Washington.
I am sending provisions In advance of the
receipt of funds to psy for them.
These men must not be permitted to starve.
Ca ISLES C. Fcltok,
Vtoprtetor of tht BdUimort American,
SKIRMISH WITH IUB0DEYS MALM.
Averill Disperses the Rebels
and Captures Twouty
West Virginia Cleared of Rebels.
SUCCESSFUL RAID OF SULLI
Tbe folio Ing dlspstches were received here
to lsy, at the head-quarters of the army 1
CrMBtRLASD, Md , NOV. 19,1SG3.
Brtgadtr Gtntrai CufJom, Chltf of Staff 1
Generl Averill has arrived at New Creek,
at or near Covington, be encountered and cap
tured a portion of Imbodcn's command, on
their way to reinforce Echols. He captured
twentytfive prisoners In this skirmish.
I am happy to Inform you thst there Is not
at this time an organized force of rebels within
tho bounds of tbe new State nf West VIrglula.
I also send you a copy of a telegram just re
ceived from Gen. Sullivan.
U. F. Keilet, Brigadier General.
IUrpkh's FeuRT, Va., Nov. 13, lbC3.-
Otntral Ktlley 1 My cavalry, under command
of Colouel Boyd, 31st Pennsylvania cavalry,
hate returned, having been up the valley to
near New Market, lighting Glilmore and White's
commands at Mount Jackson, bringing In
twenty-seven prisoners, two commissioned of
ficers, ninety bead of cattle, three four-horse
teams, besides thirty tents, and all the horses
and equipage of the prlsouers. He destroyed
a number of teuts and a quantity of salt. Ihe
nun helped themsthes to a wagon load of
tobacto, abont Ave hundred pounds. Ourwei
was two men killed, thrc wounded, and three
missing. J. C. ScixiviN,
STILL LATER FROM EUROPE.
AEEIVAL OF THE PERSIA
New York, Nov. IV. The steamer Persia
Las arrived, with Liverpool dates to the .ill
Napoleon has Issued an invitation to the
sovereigns for an European Congress.
Consols')! J toU2t Exchange dUIdend.
We learn hy dispatches from Cnlpcperto day
that the telegrams sent north, stating that Leo
has fallen back from the Rapldao, are Incorrect1
Tlie Rebel tlaltery on Iookout Mountain
at Work Relnforcememla Coining to
Brags A Bloody and Decisive llrugcte
I,ook eJ For,
Chattanooga, Nov. 10. Ml is quiet on our
front. 1 he rebel battery on Lookout Mountain
has been quite vigorously norked to-day, tiring
alternately on Hooker's camp. Moccasin Point.
and the Chattanooga csmps. Rebel shells arc
alio occasionally thrown Into ton n. The rebel
lire, although a plunging one, la neither accu
rals nor etlertlve. No casualtlea are reported
here. On Moccasin Point our batteries have a
splendid range of the rebel ramps in tho Chat
tanooga valley, on tho ejt side of lookout
The movements of the rebels at one time fa
vored tbe belief that they nould advance in
largo force on Hooker's position and endeavor
to drive him put of It, but the strength of that
position ana tne advantageous way in widen
Hooker has disposed of his forces, and the co
operation wl Ich he can receive from other
forces.has undoubtedly led the rebels to abandon
The latest Information from our scouts Is
contradictory of former reports.
It Is now said that the Western and Atlanta
railroad haa been worked to its full canacltv
briuaflui! reinforcements to Braifif. and that the
the road from Cblcksmauga Button f..r eight
ml tea south Is lined with rebel camps.
The campaign will not be closed without a
decisive and bloody struggle for the posBesilou
of Chattanooga and East Tennessee.
Tlic Lvrencelmrjp Fight noddy's Ilsbel
Cavalry at Work.
NssnviLLK, Tenn., Nov. 16. Forly-flve pris
oners, among them one captain and three lieu,
tenants, captured by Major Fltz Gibbon, of tbe
I4lh Michigan, ut Lawrenceburg, reached this
rltv to day.
'Ihe rebel forcu of Colonel Cooper, routed al
l.i. nncilnirtr. ure flow endcavoriuir to cross
. , TeniltBleo"ruw. The country around LV
i., .... 1, (icar ar tfucrrinus
'" 'i' h usmnt Koddv's raUl eaialrv
. I.innvllle. on th TenmsMM, aud
Ab' ' d ,,-j Uf.MroKj lH0 ,ir,lJgeB
' , . . ' ,. '
uuj tlj' tre5" Wblkl ..
I he Wiu. or th Widow op Lorinzo
,Ujw -Mrs Ouw, widow of the famous 1 o
nno uot aieu irwaaya siuee, .dmoui lie,
Conu . leaving t hU uluirular will 1 rihe ul.es
"? fhir Msi (tfl.OOO) to the town or
Wouttlllf, for the purpose of building four
ulntu. ar, li t.r.l.r.a (r. ....oil!.., I r.1aysuU l.i I In.
- - "- -.i.ii.u r. ... ...v
l,owt,1' Hie town, in puidk mealng, has r-
,"", i: .'. b't-"1 " ,uu"u,iu"
' l" l,ir ttlrfl ui lttW
A (ounlr) editor rutlvtd a uuiluance with
n requei to send ine paper ua long as the
monev lusted." He Indulged lu a bit of a
- "spree" the next week, got broke, and re-
1 speeituity onnoiinceu 10 ins suusiriber ttiat ac
cording to his own terms his subscription was
rouR oclock "
UAGIIUDEH OUT.OKHKRAI.KD BY
The expedition of General Banks wss con
ducted tn snchV manner that IhS reet "general
MagTuder was completely mystified and thrown
off the scent. From his orders and the dtipos.
lion of Ala troop. U la manifest thai. tks Und
Ing of General Banks at the Rio Grande was
totally unei petted. 'The rebel ireaeral ' fully
ci pooled th demoastrattofiiiO'ltasnaeAt o
near eauine rats, and maae 111s dispositions
accordingly. II now finds' tho sagacious
Banks on the sonth-western frontier of Texas,
hundreds of miles away from any large body of
rebels, where he will Immediately effect two
Important objects, vU: stopping blockade run
ning through Brownsville, and" furnishing a
nucleus snd rallying point for the Union men
Id the western and southwestern portions of
The lively cotton trade oa the Rio Grande,
described In the letter ol our Mats moras co-respondent
In his letter published yesterday
afternoon, will be regulated by General Banks,
and a great source of supply to tho rebels dried
up. The Importsnce of the movement which
has beco accomplished with so little loss, Is
not easily overestimated.
VOI.UNTKKIUNU IN TUB DISTRICT
The citizens of tbe District of Columbia
should awake to tbe Importance of sttmnlstlng
volunteering np to the requirements of tht
quota for the District. Tn order to effect tbe
desired object a considerable amount of funds
will be needed, and the only sj to avoid a
conscription is to contribute tbe cash freely for
the payment of bounties. It Is clilmed that
tbe quota assigned to us h larger, proportion
ately, than that of any of tho States, but let
this be as It may, we bav a certain number of
men to furnish, and the more prompt onr ef
forts, the sooner w 111 the work be accomplished.
A systematic plan hss been adopted by lead
ing cltUens to rslse the number of men required,
and It Is to be hoped that the necessary funds
will be contributed freely and quickly. Tbe
men can be obtained If the committee are sop-
plied n 1th the " sinews of war."
"PAM" I! DIFFICULTY.
Kogltsh locletyls Jnat now buijwlth a plec.
of acandal tho like of which liai not been en
joyed bj the preieot generation of Engllih
goMlp-lorcri. It la reported that an Irlili
ckruyinaa named O'Kane l abonl to bring
tult furodtvorco from Ma wife on the plea ibat
ahe baa held improper relatione to Lord Pal
meriton, and a Bull for damage, agalnat'tbe
Prime Mlnlaterof flreat Britain will form part
of the proceedings by v. lilcti tbe buaband eu
deavori to repair hli Injnred feellnga.
All London baa been talMuir of nothing but
thla for some weclfa. and the uOalr haa at laat
got Into tb newapapera. A report In circula
tion that Lord ralnierelou bad cornprotnlaed
the aflalr by tbe payment of (30,000 la denied
by the " aolleltor for the petitioner," or proaa
cutor. Lord Palmeralou w aa born In 1TA4, and
la, ruiixxiuenUy, now In hli eightieth year.
"Aulb or MoNwot'Ti!," Ibis new poem,
by K. C. bledman. will be published by Csrle
too.of New Yoil.,tg morrow theearlkr pub'
Itratloa, baling been unavoidably delayed.
"Alice of Monmouth" Is a story whoie in
terest Is associate 1 1th the present greet strug
gle, although muih of thu beauty of the poem
Is apart from an J not dependent upon the
cintry or Incidents of the warj there are many
cxtjulelte quia pictures of home-Ufa and pas
toral landscape Interwoven. Mr. SteJman's
repntailon will Insure for his now ork a nlJe
reaJlng and a large euccrrs.
fc it rafts from Late Sontheru Papers
We have received Southern papers of ihe
lCth Instant, from whleh we make tho follow
The Richmond lnnirtc of Nov. 14. uuotes
an article from tbe Cincinnati Knqulrtr on tbe
ret tut defeat of Vallandiulnm, lu which tbe
lauer paper repronnie trie loiiowtog tineet
" rimn cMisiirii to onrth w 1 1 rise arata,
The eternal )-"rsnr (Jot! nreher'i,
Wnlle error, wtlthum, ktnks In iialn,
Or tiles nmt 1 ber worMt,rs "
WhereuiKm tho Itl.hmond Fuqalrtr com
ments. MWohaveaklndnf recollection, that we
hnve seen these line somewhere before ; cited,
too. for the same iiuritnite to console a Darlv
Uaten at the polls, " Truth," here, means of
( nurse, tue uucueye iicmotraty. but canaiaiy
we must he allowed to doubt If that they will
risea-;itin. it seems tons tone dj, ing amia lis
worshippers 1 and I La friends may well doubt
whether It will survivj lliu next Frcsldentlal
term, whleh Mr. Lincoln, or tla Chate, Is
soon to have to enjoy.
Besides, that "error" ever dies Is Itself nn
error 1 f one ever dies, au other is sent to rise
from lia ushes. fresh and orient like a Dhrenlx,
On the whole. Messrs. Vallaudlzham and Putth
wlllderhe Utile consolatlou from the above
CiiAitLESTOV, Nov. I'l. The 11 ring of tbe
enemy nas uceu rapm una coutinuous ai aa
from the mortars and rlded iruns. No monl
tors have been eugaged. Au occasional shot
and shell has been thrown b the enemy at
This afternoon son e few shots ft 11 at Mount
Pleasant. He hate not beard of any easnal
tie. No report from the fort this e, en Ing.
bECO!(l blS PATCH.
CHAW lstov. Nov. 14. A moderate lire was
kept upon nnmitnasi iiigiii. .o report rrora
tbe fort this morning. One mau was kilted at
Chaklistos, Nov. 14. The enemy's fire on
Biimler continues sieaaii), uauery uregg
opened fire this afternoou ou James Island and
rort Mouiine. ron j.amar anu Dimnins v
piled. The monitors fli ed a few shots.
Ciiahlehton, Nov. H.- Firing about the
same to day. ihursaaj inoruini to sunuowu
ou Saturda), 1,523 inoitar shells aud rifleshots
were Urea at ton aamter.or which boom ssed.
The enemy's lire has ceased to he of any injury
to the fort.
No tiring to-day on Hulllvan or James Islands.
Our batteries continue to keep up a stow Are
ou Gregg and tho mortar batteries.
I A IT TKNNE'-tEE.
Abigikn, Vo., Nov. 14.- -Not hi ug lurlbei
fiom Fast 'leutieMtec. Vealher ttoujy aud u
slight mow falling.
MltS. IlNCOIN'a MOTWEU. 1
1 licltahiuoud Whit, of tbe littli suts, under
the laud or ''Personal " " Mrs. Todd, ot Ky.,
the mother of Mrs. Ale Lluottii, urrhed here
'Ihuroda) night, lioiu City I'ulul, tn rout to
Georgia, ou a wll tu her daughter, Mrs. lieu.
Helm. The telegraph has uuuouoced the dc
purtnieorihat isdy from Keotuck) through
ihu redcral lluvx by permission of Gen, Grant.
ThuRUhmoud H .',.-; unbe lCth saysi (leu.
Hood uirled In Wiliulutftou ou rrldav uioru
Ing, ueconipauled hy etrul olllcers, Including
ticu. u. .a num. nc win remain tuerusume
The ll.ifalsosaii Mr. Johu tUrk.of Hul-
lfai. countv. sold leceutlvto the surgeon In
charge or tho hospitals at Dauvllle, JOO.OOQ
head of cabbages, at -J5 ( euts each, making an
aggre,,8iu 01 tj,wu worm i mm vegetaiie,
Mr. Clark placed his eutlre tobucco ETonnd lu
EiCAn Or PSDEKAI PHIS0MB1,
Ibe HAfyof the loth seysr About forty of
the yauicee prisouera succeeaed in making
their escape i rldaj night, but from what prlsou
we have not learned. One of them wss over
hauled while making hlsw-ay In the direction
of the Peninsula, aud returned -to "durance
Vile." We learn that eight others escaped on
Saturday nlgnt, tmt It u not wss authenticated.
Ills nreaumed that tdaasuraa have, been taken
to proTtnt repeiftlofl of tht occurrence.
TEDIULrISOIftSTO Bl ilTIT TOJUX VILLI,
Tbe Yhttj of the same date also contains the
following paragraph! "The number of 4.000
JTasdtM nmtwari wlUb.tlttsi fcaac to Dab
pllle, Virginia. It has beaaHeeesslrjao await
we comai-uou 01 int necessary arrangements.
from aouTnwasTBnw vntaiHia.
, The Abingdon Virginian ,fn Jhe neatest
point tieard of IhftTtnkeesontnJ'KsUTenn-l
essee and Virgin Is railroad J t Bell's Gap. six
teen miles beyond Gainesville. It Is probable
I General Jones has persnsded them to travel
A small body of Yankees came up to Jones
vine on rriuay, tue out, iroin me uap, ana
committed all aorta of depredations. They
burnt the academy and Masonic Hall, set fire
to a church, and stole all tbe horses, cattle,
gralo. and negroes tbey coald find. There arc
abundant supplies In that county. The tfafnl
run to Zolllcoffer, on tho East Tennessee rail
road. They have been running through Jo,
Bristol for nearly two weeks psst.
FROM XORTHIRM OBOROH.
Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 13. Nothing' from tbe
front this morning.
t A psrty ofGeorgls State troops and Indians
killed tbe notorious Bryson and 34 tr hU men
a short time since, on the line between Georgia
and North Carolina.
A special to tbe Iegisttr. dated Sweet Water,
November, 13 says 1 "The Federsls have re
moved all their supplies toKnoxvllleor ssfety,
and are living on half rations."
Several! deserters recaptured were executed
A special to the Atlanta InUlllyencer says:
" Two Yaneee officers, who deserted and came
Into our lines, reports that Grant expects soon
10 assauu IjOokoui. 1111 army is on nan ra
MiLLiMivuXr. Oa., Nov.' H. Hon. J, H.
Lumpkin was to-dav unanlmouslv confirmed
by the Senate Judge of tbe 80 pre me Court of
Both houses have passed resolutions request'
Ing the Secretsry of War to revoke the author
lty of Impressing officers, and to appoint cltl
fens not llsble to the conscriptions.
DBSTBCCT1VI rMK IN WIUflHOTOlf.
Wilmington, N. C, Nov. 15. A lire broke
out here about SJ o'clock last night, in the ware
house on tbe wharf next to and north of the
the custom-house, and used by the State of
North Carolina for the storage of cotton, etc.
The warehouse, with contents, wss totally de
stroyed. Tbe loss Is heavy, embracing' a considerable
amount of cotton, and, it is said, a portion of
the cargo of the steamship advance, consisting
of clothing, etc., belonging to the State. The
lire was confined to the building In which It
Extensive Piracies . by
New York, Not. 19. The steamer Persia
arrived up here at ten o'clock. Tbe steamer
Georgia captured some time before her arrival
at Cherbourg.lbe ships John Watt from Moul
main, for Cork and Bold Hunter from Dun del,
for Calcutta, It Is not stated what she did with
them. As she Is reported to have boarded up
wards of nlnctv vessels ahortlv before arrlvlni-
at Chef burg, ft Is suppoied she made more
captures than the above. The Timet editorial
approves the decision of tho Court of Exche
quer, in granting a new tnai in tne Alexandria
Lloyd's Salvage Association will send out an
agent to inquire Into the capture of the steamer
&lr William Tecl, off Matamoras, and to claim
the ship and cargo Id the New Orleans Prize
A Paris lei ec rani dissuades Liverpool ship
pers from aendiniz anvtblatr to Matamoras. the
I blockade being effective.
aiKioon' soeettt to tne rencii L.ecisiature
Is universally discussed. Interpretations differ
so widely that white some Journals regard It aa
eminently pactllc, olhera look on It as Indica
tive of war.
Borne Lngllnh journals oppose a congress in
Poland, snd auk If the Emperor real!) means
lint war Is iDevltuble without one.
The Parle aud London journals are alike at
varlaucii lu ihelr Iews of speech.
Vleuua journals agree that the speech Is ial
culated to create uneasiness.
Tbe Paris bourse Is dull and lower at C6T.
The La jCV.WfSaysdlploma.lc overtures will
follow the apeeeb, aud the European Cougrtaj
may be considered aa convoked. . .
A letter from Earl Rnsselt to the British min
ister in Russia, dated October 30. Is published.
It sajs her Majtlj' Government bavenowlsli1
to prolong the (orrespoodeucefbr'tiierocpnto.
vcrsy, und sajs Kussla has special oWlgaiWu
with regnd to Poland, and therlgbuof Poland
arecoutalned Iq the 'samo Insirnmenf wtireh
confer the tills 6r King of Poland onlhjl Km
peror 0f P.ussla.
Tht. King or Greece has Usud a manifesto
to hi subjttts, promlNlug to make them the
modd state or thy East. "
The Bank of Franco, on the THi, advloed the
rates of discount from ii to 0 per cent.
Liverpool, baturday night. Laird's Irou
clods haiabeet valued by orderof the Gov
ernment -the El Tousslon at onehundred and
vlk Ihousaud pounds and the El Mounuasseur
at eighty ihousand poquds. It Is said thu
tloverumeot wishes to buy them. "
Losdov. Nov. 7th. The Confederate Ipso at
(tt and 0-i.
Vienna, Nor. Oth. In the lower house 'ol
Relcbsraih, to-day twenty millions of florlus
were granted to relieve distress In Hungary.
Livehpoqi,,Nov. 7th, Tbe sales of cottou
for the week was thirty thosaod bates.
Ihe bank has advanced tho rate of discount
toO percent., causing on almost entire sus
pension of busluess. Prices sre 1 to li lower.
The bullion lu the bank Is 038,000.
Napoleon's speech, after analyzing the con
ditlou of the Empire, says certainly the pros
perity or our country would take a more rapl J
course If political pro-oceupailonldld not trou
ble It, but In life of nations events uuforseen
ana luerusDie arise, waicn must De met with
out fiur and supported without Uatteryj qf this
uumbir are tbe war in America.
The conipiil80ry occupation of Mexico and
Cochin China, the Insurrection In Poland, these
are not so much the result of premeditated
lilsu, but tbe force of the thing has brought
them about, nevertheless they are to be regret
ted. How, In fact, could we develop our for
eign commerce if, ou one sldo we were to an
nounce an inuuence in America, and If, on the
oiu or, iu prruuicem ine immense territory oc
cupied by tbe Spanish aud Dutch. France Is
alone without possessions In the Asiatic Seas.
we nave conquered in Uoch u China a noil.
tion which, without subjecting usto'dlfneullle
uf Ipcsl govoruniPDl, will permit us Jo make
use of tbe immense, rceourcesof these couulrks
and i Willie them, by commerce. In Mexico.
after unexpected resistance, whleh the courage
oi our pumicre auu sailors surmoumen, we
haeseeu populailous welcome us as liberators.
Our efforts are nol to bu lu valu, aud we
shall bo largely recompensed for our sacrifice
h hen the destinies or that country which owe
us Us regeneration hall have btu i-ouflded.lo
a Prince who his eullgbtenmcnt hnd his cjilali
tlrs render worthy of so uoUe a mission Let
us llitu have Jsllh In our enterprise bejoud the
f.ATEST FHOM (JKI.MKAPE'S AHUV.
Lee lteMrletl FelllUK Uark la lUuof er
p.sptUh 19 tl.e Pldls lelphla Inquirer.
Wasuisuto, Nov. lb. 'f be latest disrate h
from oae or tbe Inquirer specials at the Iront,
received at midnight, states that Lee, In aatl
Ci pattern of a forward movement by Meade, ha J
siouiiucneed falling hack towards Hanover
Junction, with one-half his army, to cover
Richmond, while the other half had gone
towarda Lynchburg, to take part In the opera-
tiona againai iiurnaiaF. i s-
A brlcadd of the Third corbi this week
tuUdrntaudreeoMtrncttd the fencing on tho
farm of John Minor BotM, which bad been de
stroyed by the troop, eneamptd IB tbat TlclnHy.
Mr, Botta It now nt home, and la good health
aodaplrlU.' .' ' -'' -.1
Regulations of Trade Through
. Lzr TT
OITliESS1 Tb llU PUT INTO THJE
UNITED STATES A1MIY.
Cuko. Nor. 18. Tbe Memphl. paper, of
the 1Mb bring no nova, tint puraio intonna
tlon sayi appearances Indicate another igbt on
the Memphis and Charleston Railroad soon by
PorrntL and Cbalmera-
General Hnrlbnrt baa leaued tbe following
general order i
" PmmiIa tn the (M.triet west the Tennessee
and north the ronntles of MlsslsslBDl having
shown, ijuo disposition , and made lip attempt
to protect tnemaeiye. irom tn. msrauuera aui
guerrilla bands, but baying submitted them ,
seltca .without organised resistance to the
domination 'of these petty tyrants, and com
bined, In many instances, with onr enemies to
procuro from corrupt tradea of tbe city of
Afemphls and elsewhere .applies for the nee of
tbe public enemy, proyed themselves unworthy
of the Indulgence shown them by the. Govern
ment, It Is therefore ordered Ibat'lhe lines
of picket' around the several military poets
of thla command be cloatd, and tbat no
goods of any 'description b. allowed to pas.
out nor anything to be brought in ercept
llrewood and provision, by any citizen
without tbe written order of some general offi
cer. All merchants and others doing business
will be held responsible for a knowledge of the
resilience of the nartlca to whom they sell and
the aales of merchants to persons beyond tbe
lines to pickets, Mill be punished with the
severest riiror known 10 ID. lawa 01 war.
All heninns rnddlnf nnder th. Drotectlon of
".r .. . -. . . . "7 r..--- ..- -
the u nltea states, pnysicany capaoie 01 muiiaij
dutv. are name to neriorm tue aame in a coun
try under martial law, eapeclally in the city of
Memphis, wnere it is Known manyn.T. ueu w
escape the liability to military service at home.
This will be strictly applied. In pursuance to
orders to this etfect from Major General Sher
man, commonaing tbe department.
All offlcera commanding: districts, divisions.
and detached brigades In this corps will imme
diately proceed to preas Into the service of the
Uniteo Oleics sacu suic-duuicu icibvu. 1U.J
be reonlred to all ud the existing regiments
and hitterlea to tho maximum. Persona so
levied nnba,"lMhey enlist for three year, or
IUQ War- VtUt . nww w ue uu uuu
provided trath. acta of Congress) if not, they
Will receive doming ana rations, auu tun 4ucs-
tlon of pay will 'be settled' by the proper eu
itinrUInt hereafter. When there snail be nc
Turther necessity for theU enforced services,
they will be dlsciiargad.. .
Immense Concourse in AttenS
dance Upon the Cele
bration. The PrgraiUBr Successfully Car
Gettyibcro, Nov. 10. This famous little
town Is overflowing with people, assembled to
witness the dedication of the National Ceme
tery. Special trains have brought In tbouaands
of people, while other thousands have come In
from tbe surrounding country by other means
of conveyance. The citizens are doing all lu
their power to Accommodate the vast con
Tbe President and party who accompanied
htm arrived vesterdav aflernoon.and soon there
after a special train from Harrlsburg brought
tiov. lurun ana several otuer uovernors, to
gether with numerous gentlemen or military
and civil lire.
The weather I. fine to-day, and the programme
haa I" eu carritHi out successiuiiy.
Itecrultlus lu Massachusetts.
Boston, Nov. IT, Mayor Lincoln lias Issued
a stirring appeal to the citizens of Boston to
promptly tin up tue quota 91 me somit-ra re,
quired for this city.
Me tlugs lu furtherance of the cause of vol
untccrlug will he held In all tbe wards ou Wed
Brigadier (icueral Gordon was publicly re
ceived ul bis homo In Pramlngham last even
ing, lu thi course of his speech he aaldi
41 When vu are willing to devote ourselves to
uo oilier labor than Ibat which supplies tho
sinews of wart when we are willing to go our
selves to ihu Held, or Hud jouuger men tn our
sicaii; vtni'U we win reiuse in givu wages ou
behalf of luxurious living aud oruameutal
dressing! when we will give up our social ex
travairance. and regard our couutry as some
thing more thau lu which to buy, sell, aud get
gaiu men, anu not 1111 ineu, euu we 00 earn
to be reullvearocst lu this war.' Gen. Gordon
also spok In favor of employing colored sol
ScimiemeColht ChtrJmtit Carfcr. This
court is still occupied wim tne sicuers cut-on
cue. The Chlel Justice did not five his decision,
iiwit ex net. te J. whether the crest sewing ma
chine case of the Wllsou loterferciae would he
dismissed from the court, or whether Ihe appeal of
J. G. Wilson would be heard. Messrs. UiftJy ana
Seward therelore returned to New York, and will
he Informed by telegram of tbe result of Ihe de
cision It is expected tbat the case willbedls
missed from this court for want of jurisdiction.
A tjiEiir. This morning a very flue looking
Kcntk'oicvq from New Hnpibire, Elijah A. JJIorse
by aeoie, was arrested by Officer Crown, of the
Seventh precinct, on ihe charge of peddling with
out licence. It seems that Air. Morse has a manu
factory la this city for the maklog of a glue to
mend furniture, crockery, Ac. He aked a police
man whether it were a violation of the Corpora
, tlon law to peddle goods which were manufactured
la the city. The policeman answered la the nega
tive aud Mr. Mrre started ou bis peddling mis
sion, hut was soon at rested hy another policeman
for t loUtlng th Corporation laws. It was the
ojilulnn of Justice Thompson that goods manufso
tursd Jj. the elty were anfexceptlon totheUw,
hut he postponed a. disposition of the ease till he
could confer will, ine e-ornomuun mium.-).
Vstkol im. Patrol. Last ntght Lieut. I).
Uatod. or the 13d New York artillery, was ordered
hy Lieut. Col. Hall, commander of Fort limy, to
tike a i'ia 1 of men and pAtrul ths city to had a
number vt men who were absent irom mv oniup.
He aeeordlngly did sn, snd finally got into the As
sembl Hoosus, where a fiucir ball was going oa.
I here ha met ihe rcffaUr patrol, who desired Mm
to show his papers, whUh he could not do, as be
hJ only verbal ordeis. He was accoidltigly put
i.n.ir kire.t nod sent tu ths Provost Marshal's
oltlce. Tl is WM rather an uuespecled euding of
bis pstiul duty t
Bcik FmuT. Yesterday the bear belonging
tu Pritchard tbe shuwkceper, ou Pennsylvania
avenue, near 2ud street, got louse snd rUed con.
fuson irusrally He had a MM with several dogs.
Ths proprietors feafUg serious consequeoees, dls.
patched old Urulu with tbe cootcats ol a well
AppucatiomfoeIhcrhwoPAT. The con
ductors sad drivers on the street railroad have,
we undctstand, made an ai'piiesuon lor an id
crease la their weekly salary. The drivers now
get 1X0 per day, sad the conductors 1. The In
crease asked Is fio cents more per dy for each.
These meo are mostly men or family, and we think
that tbey are certainly Justifiable In sestog this '
Increase. It Bust ds remenionwini.m-j .-.-to
work slsteen hours out of the twenty-four, and
I2.W li little eooufh, the way that the Washlog-
on markets sre now.
Two Rcoimikts to Leave ron thi Fisld.
The lUd New York volunteers. Col. Davis, snd the
ttft PSttajlv-. Tobmtesrs, Major Thomas H.
Ausieas, were.tnie moratng,reuevea irom uinjin
this olty, and ordered to held themselvrs In readt
nesa p leave this pbiat at any'notneat. These
ftrMaiihftrekieadol&Kgusrddiity la sad about
this city. They were' relieved by the men of the
9th regiment Invalid Corps
AtfoTHu On or inn FonTr Tiuiris Ar
iUitkd. James MeCloskey, a boy about IS years
of aHtlBrrc"ta hy otflcer Smith, of the cih
precinct, upon the chares of iteallog a pocket
book. With money from Mr. Melatyre. The boy
Sf as arrested yesterday ttpms the charf e of atealtne;
tis frota Israel Demtnj, oa 7th street. This boy
is supposed to be one of the Forty Thieves.
Disshtsss Bint Off. About flny deserters
were this moraine seat Irom Forrest Hall to the
Army of the Potomac.
Clahckck Deslohhk Wilson, not vetemereed
late nanhooJ, died early on the morning of No
vember 18th, 1601 H s funeral will take place ttn
rttday, the uuth lost sat. at I o'eloekp m , rrdta
the residence of his father, Joseph 8. Wlleon, No.
4M Thirteenth street, where the Mends of the
fatally are Invited.
On the IStb instant, after a short aed painful III
aces, Airaham it Boss, In the onth year of his
re, to the full assurance of a blessed Immortality.
The frlende of the fs tally are tnvlied to attend
the funeral from Fletcher Chapel, oa New York
lfUUV) vu TfiuBj'i mt a vvivvk.
iriutittiTT. i wit.n
11 'CLARENDON HoffiL,.
, Corocr Sixth street and Penasylvaala Aveaue,
Haeiuat reeetved bvtai New ork,alarie assort
PHOrOGftAPH ALBUMS, PORT MONA1S. Ac.
Together with aehotee aelectloa of ClOARS, to
which he would respeetftUly Invite jour attention.
Carta d Isltes of Situ Km ma nod Ada Webb,
andotherwelbknoAvnatitressee. For sale asabote
also Tickets and Reserved Seats for Ford's theatre.
DO' 8-3 1 MARSHALL P. WILD.
MA K U
L K WOHXH
ni.nni rARi. is Dunuiuiunr ei oiarnia man
tels, Monuments, Mural Tablets, Tiles, Cabinet
and Plumbers' Slabs, Coco Stone Baptismal Fonts,
Altar Tables, fce. Manufactory and Ware rooms,
71, 71 and 71 East Twenty-eeeoad street, sear
Fourth aveaue. New York.
ti. B Grates, from the lowest price to the most
costly finish, furnished at New York prises.
Designs made to order, and estlmatej given for
Marble Work put up u any part of tbe eouotrr
WALL. STEFHEXS k. CO..
33 rEHKIYLYASIA. AVCRVC,
Offer the lareest assortment la this eity, embrse
loff all qualities used by officers In the Army and
Navy, such as ,
twerds. Sashes, Belts. Shoulder-straps, Hats.
Caps, Pistols, ho., Ac. with a fine assortment of
uniform elothlnK, with whlsh we eaa furnish oM
van eaoipieie ouiais in a lew momenie.
WALW STEPHENS A CO.,
MaiTaav DirraicT or Washiwovoii, f
Wiihisotoi. D. d. Auiuit so. iaai.
General Orders No. 8s.
All oommlsstaio-atlolDMH Inthaaltirnr Wuhln.
ton,X. C., under medical treatment, era hereby
ordered to wear the uniform of the United States
service, aceordlof to their grade.
sf cammsnaoi urig. uen. oiAaTiRDAic.
JOHN P. 8HKRBUKNK.
SUM--if Asslstaat Adjutant Geaeral.
KJ lntpertaut Co Females. Dr. Cheese.
mon's Ptlt$,Ti combination of ingredients la
these pills are the result of a long and cxtenslv e
iractice. Tberare mild la their operation, and
ceitaln In correcting all Irregularities, painful
menstruation, removlag au obstructions, whether
from cold or otherwise, headache, pain to the side,
palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous affec
tions, hysterics, fatigue, pain la the back and
Hubs, Ac , disturbed eleep, which arise from Inter
ruption of nature.
DK. CHI'RSEMAN'S PILL
wm the commencement of a new era lo the treat
meat of those Irregularities aud obstructions
whkh have consigned so maoy to a raEkiATtrac
ohave. No female can ruin) gootl health unless
she Is regular, and whenever an obstruction lakes
place the general health begins tn decline.
DR. CHKK.SF.MAN'S PILLt
are the most efltfitu-d remedy ever knowu for all
complaints peculiar to Ftuuiln. To all cissies they
are Invaluable, injuring, nth reitalnfy, periodical
ttgularUy, They are known to thousands, who
hare used them at different ier!ids, throughout
tbe ccuntry, having the s&nctlouol some nf the
matt eminent fhytUUn in AiturUa,
Explicit Jirr1.Ar, Haling when they thautd not f
vted, with each Box the Prict Onr Volldr jut bor,
containing from W lo eo Pills.
Pills tent fcy mail, promy, by remitting to tbe
Proprietors .Mold by Druggists generally.
I10TCHING9 A HILLYFH,
Proprletoria el Cedar at , New rok, '
SolJ by H. CAI.VKRT FORD,
sea-Sineod SSOTa avciiue, Washington, D. f.
tPnlitionar-r Coiisumpllnn a Curable
The uuderslgued having been reslored to health
In a. few weeks, by a very simple reined), after
having BHlfered several years with a severe lung
ailtctlon, and thst dread disease, Consumption Is
anxious to make kuowu to his fellow-sufferers the
means Af cure.
To all who desire It, he will send a copy of ths
prescription used, (free of charge,) with the direc
tions for preparing aud using the same, which they
will find a surf ture for t onhumption, Asthmv,
Bbomchitii, Couohs, CoLbs, U.Q. The only oljcct
of the advertiser la sending the Prescription Is to
benefit the ailllcted, and spread Information which
ha conceives to ha lavaluatle and be hopes every
sufferer will try his remedy, as It will cost thou
nothing, and may prove a blessing.
Parties wlshlug the prescription will please ad
dress HCV. KDWARD A. WILSON,
Bcift-dfewa... WlUIamshurgh, Klni Co., N. Y.
r TlteCoufessloue auit Kxperlenre of
AN Invalid. Published for the beneflt. And ss -.
warning aud a caition to vovsia mkn who suffer
from Nervous Debility. Premature Decay of Man
hood, etc., supplying at the same time the means
orscLrtuaE. By oue who has cured himself af
ter being put to great rxpenss sad Injury through
medical uumbug and quackery.
By enoloslag a poit-nnid addressed, euvelope,
single copies fusv I
ue una 01 u( minor.
ATHANIEL MAYKAtR. Ksu .
my 2-Iy Iktdford, uims County, N. V.
JO" Public Schools There are a few vs
cant seats in the Msle and Kern alee) rain mar Schools,
nrst District, (First and Seuon I wards or the city )
Ttskvts of admission can tie obtained by an early
applloAtluu to either of the "untlernlKncd.
J. O. WILKON,
SS3 New York av., bet, liih and 13th its.
It. T. MURSLLL,
sse D street, opposite city Hall.
seSl tf sut-Doard Trustees First District.
SI It 0 h 13 I N 8 T ITUTK,
(SKLKCT SIHUOL FOR GIRLS,)
V J4 street, iivtr the Circle, one souara south
of Penn. av , Wtweeu S6th and -Uth streets,
la sessloa irom the 7ih ol M-jneiuber to the 1st of
July. Ihe uusl Mgiuh branches, Auclent aud
Modern Isngusgis, taught at the Institute. AUo
v ooal and loiUi.iiiri.uI Music, Piano and Guitar.
... , MKS A APPONF, Principal,
luitlou fur a quarter, ol teu vsecks, payable lu
advauce, Lugllsh blanches, elementary, J. Ad
vaooed, $9, a.atra ehsre (uiMerstel for lMusld,
F.encb snd other sttnllvs, auSI-tf
las UitOOKK'B KNUMBU AND
FRFNCH BOARDlNfl AND DAY SCHOOL.
TnJ Ninth Yjip anil Sitriinlsn(h Satml.itnnukl
ess on ol this Institution will commence ou
MONDAY, tfLPrCMBKH 88, 18US.
Circulars cso bs ubtsiued at the Bookstores and
f ul im