Newspaper of Evening Star, November 18, 1861, Page 3

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 18, 1861 Page 3
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LOCAL NEWS. j ~~CTThough TBI Sta* to printed on tbe fastest , steam press In w* ruth of Baltimore, Its edition Is po targe u to require It to be pat to pees* at an { early boar.: Hrrrtuomentt, therefore, should be j sent In before 11 o'eloek otherwise they may ! nay not appear until the next day. I St ait* a? th* P*iWT**a?fhr Muting at tkt Ckijr Hall ?On Saturday night there waa a meeting of prlntera of thia city purauant to the follow- I Ing announcement "Notic* ?A ma* meeting of the Printer* of | Washington la to beheld to-night at 7# o'clock, in the Coenell Chamber of the City Hall Emplover* are respectfully requested to attend " Mr George Cochrane was called to the chair, I end Geo H. Cunningham. Kaq., made aecretary. I la answer to an Inquiry the explanation Waa tuade that the pnrpoae of the meeting waa that the prlntera of the city aa a body might take into consideration the propriety of sustaining the late ao I tlon of the Columbia Typographical 8ocity,*educ- I ing the dally working time from ton hoars to I eight during the winter **e*on, Mr. W S Miles addressed the meeting in favor if tbe msasarc Ita adoption would only Interfers I with el?ven men, while oa the other side aoifce j 300 people wo?M have two hours more per day, ] enabling them to attend the Smithsonian leetnrea, concerts, prayer meetings fl<t?ght*r] or employ their time for instruction or relaxation In any I manner taey desired. Animadverting upan the opposition mad* to | Tbr measure by soma of the employer*, Mr. Mllea siid that If Mr. Wallach, who la tbo proprietor of the prlmlpal paper In the alty, will not accede to It. anetber-gaper can be started to take the place of the Star; and if Mr. Polklnborn, who does tbo principal printing for theaters nnd other I places of amusement, also refuse*, there are plenty of good printer* in Washsngton to start another job offics to supplant hi*. The Influence of the 1 ypographieal Society was great, and if systematically and rightly used it would enable I them to carry oat their ends, founded a* tboae ends were on the principles of right and justice. j This treasure had not been passed hastily. A j committee had been appointed previously to con- j fer with the employers. If the employers object why don't they come np here and defend their position ? . Duff tireeti waa rained for objecting to the I righta of prlntera [<et ?* effer np one more burnt I offering and the thing will be righted. (Ap- I (iaasej We mast new abide by the action of the Socle- I ty, and if the employer* oppose the Society they I oppose ns. Mr Wm R. McLean said the Society never failed to accomplish anything It undertook, and it will not now He did not know what the emCoyera nlmedto do, but thought the result would 1 to do them Injury (Applause ) He did not wish this, but thought such would be the result. He had opposed the measure at the la*t meeting, but was now "in for the war " (Applause) He would move that a committee be appointed to prepare resolution* expreaaive of the sense of the meeting. Messrs Daniel Smith, John McLeod and F. J. Water* were appointed on said committee Mr Dsugls* said that, In consequence of the action of tne Society he was out of work to-day. There seemed to be a misapprehension between the employer* snd ihe committee regarding the declarations made by the former to the committee as to the action they designed to take In reference to this matter, and he would like to hear what the committee had to say. Mr. Prank Henry stated a conversation held by bien with one of the employers, who said he would not submit?that be would close bis cffi;e first, and that plenty of printers offered to work twelve hours pier day for *10 per week. A voice?"Those must be Philadelphia rata!" Another voice?"No, that can't be, for there i* but one rat office in that city?the Evening Bui4?f<s." Mr Henry (resuming) said that he hsd beard an employer offer to furnish another employer with Lands for hia office to work for 36 cents per tbouannd. Mr. Knott, (of the Committee that waited upon the employers,) said that the Committee did not report that all of the employera, without exception, had agreed to accept the proposition. Tbe Committee had distinctly stated that certain employers bad demurred, but they all signified that they should not .holdout If tbe Society vo'ed the measure Mr. Rives not only did not oppose it but aaid he would cheerfully tead^>ff In austainlng it only that it might be thought he started It Mr Sessford?"Did not Mr. Gideon say he would close his office If the thing passed?" Mr Knott did not remember that Mr Gideon made such s itatement He remembers that Mr. Gideon said be knew that he would have to do it?tbat he couldn't successfully oppose the Society. Mr. Wallach said tbe arrangement would not effect him to anv material extent. There were (Mr. Knott went on to say) only eleven men affected by this arrangement?six at Gideon'a and five at Polkinborn's. Mr Douglas?"There are more than six hand* affected at Gideon's." Mr Knott said tbe inquiries of the Committee with the employers were confined expressly to week hands Mr Douglas?The arrangement doesn't affect u* piece hands at Gideon's a quarter of an hour per diy; but of course we sustain the week hands. Mr Miles s ated that he had beard that Mr. Gideon bad sa'.d he would not oppose the society; he would close hi* office, but he would not employ rata. The Chairman?(Mr. Cochrane) ?Mr Gideon told me yesterday morning tbat be had just returned from Philadelphia, and had not considered the question at all. [Laughter J Mr. Sei-aford ? 1 hesr that Mr Rives told Mr. Gideon in Philadelphia that he was opposed to the measure Mr. Ch-iS. T. Allen (of the Committee) testified to Mr Rives having acceded to the request when wsited upon. The Committee on Resolutions reported the following: Hsol-td 6 y tkt Printers of Washington ei-y, ?* Mass M'ttmg assembled. Tb't tbe action of tbe Colombia Typographical Society,of the O'.b Inst , reducing the number of hours of dally labor during the winter season, from the 1st of O ;tober to the 30th of March, is fully sustained; and that this meeting do cordially approve arid will endeavor to carry oat said proceedings by all lawful and honorable means. R'tolvtd, That In the views of employers dissenting to the action of the society we see nothing to deter us from cu' just purpose. One of the employers (VIr. Wallach) has issued his paper the present week within the redn-ed time, without a cent's worth additional expanse to him, and bis employees proffer to continue to do so; two other employers cannot be affected by It, they nol employing scarcely more than one journeyman bj the week in twstve months Mr. tiideon em. ploys but seven hands by the week, Mr Polkin horn but six This It will be seen that but tw< employers?employing thirteen bands?ire af fee ted by the reduction, while the juat action ol the society will add to the social comfort of froir three to four hundred men, women, girls, and boys, employed In tbe different branches of print log and binding in this city during tbe sessim cf Congress, and with but little additional ex prnse to the Government or private employers when the incidental expenaes attending night work are con-idered. Hesoletd, That tbo Secretary have the forego ing resolutions published In ths city papers oi Mouday morning.* Mr. Henry moved that tbe Star beexclude< from the papers designated to publish the reso lutlons . ^ . Mr. McLean objected to msklng war spins any psper If they commence ths war, let u flzbt the n to tbe death. Mr M lea thought the resolutions should b published In tbe Star, to let tbe public knov what the printers were doing, and thia ould t> followed by tbe Stmtr subscribers stopping th **?7. D Wllklss suggested that, as it was impoi tant that this msttrr should be understood pre perly, an address should be published la con nee lion with their resolution#. The Chairman thought this would be gielni too much notice to I he ephemeral opposition t ^^The question being taken on the reeolutioni they were unanimously adopted. Mr Hsnry?"Doe* that Include my motio about the Star?" The Chairman?'"Ob, I thought that matt* bad been dropped It would be discreditable 1 MB " Mr William Jones thought that as the motlo been duly made, it aboald * put This was done, aad It received a decided negi * Mr Ikon*US wished U know, before they ad 1 oaVn edwba t wmuTbecsme of the victims? I W Msr ofic, Gideon a and other establ!. menu bring <>"??' printers, wrist are we I dv? He uodef?U>od tbat the question had a r-edv been broached ot reducing pieee work I 36 cents per tbousaud If th?* duue, It wUU MEmmh! S jjHgl and the men fer the job office Ihe strikla Cinters would be sustained by cosy. sad woei i .applied with ether places la another war new paper will be started Oa Hoi* Bsomlag we shall sss If ths smpioyers put oa tt rata. If M wa can', crash one maa they d< serve to be crushed themselves. 1 Mr McLeaa th^ugat It time to eossmetwe bo till ties wbsa the smpioyers had talrly safer* upon tbe war A Veie??"to'*1 the war already com?onoe? Haven't the employers got rat bands all ready U M r? M?PlST1'' im - g1"J?? .?pU?yer. m in ii i Rmovals ard A prot^iMvriTt ?The follow- f log removals and appointments have been made ft by the Commissioner of Public Buildings, B B. tl French, Esq : n Richard H Stewart. General Superintendent, n lea Job W. Angus $1,400 per annum b Thoa. I. Will lama, Clerk, vice Wm B Chare, | Sl.aon. t. B French, Jr , Meaaecger, vice George W. Dent, SI,000 * b James Nokea, Public Gardener, vice Thoa J. 61 Setter, SI 440 Foster Hensbaw. Gate Keefler, vice James H. Up per man. S?76 . F Charles Cumberland, Draw Keeper, vice Thoa. e' Shackelford, #700 ai Wm Bailey, Lamplighter, vice Reuben Ba- F con, $600 Jas. B Mockerbee, Gardener, reinstated, S600. ,, Andrew McKenna, Gardener, vice l>anlel L Whalen, WOO P Robert Rollins, Watchman capltol grounds, vice James F'emmtng, *60 >. Samuel Hilton, Capitol Police, vice Wm. H. 2 Thompson, SI.ICO *^0i>?,rtw.roaK' CaP,to1 Police, vice A K Ar- a nold, 91.1UU u Jam s Harrington, Watchman Smithsonian f Grounds, vice Lawrence Kearney. A HieL MACt.-The Fourth Ward polleemen li aevera. days have been busy searching out o several important robbery cases of recent occurrence Saturday James Cole who bad a tailoring hop on Ninth at , between D and K sta , was ar- > r*c*l*lng stolen good*, knowing them tj be stolen The search was made for a foil 3 of goods stolen from Perry* Bro , which was ioupd-, and subsequently another roll of the same ' !*fre, found at a different place The earch developed a very largeamountof clothing, v cloths, wares of vnriousdescript:ons(all of which are supposed to be in stolen), in Cole's shopj all which was taken charge of by the police and ih ? formation having been obtained as to the gsn<r of ' A R. A lien, In cbargf of the J Fourth W ard police, went Immediately about re- 1 capturing the whole gang In the meantime Co?ewas sent to Jail. His goods wer 3 cS? r veved to Justice Donn's office, and Isaac Hall 1 P?err^ RWh? ^th the robbery of ! Perry A Bro store, was also soon after arr?4t??d * and MBt to Jail by Justice Donn. The officer* 1 unmediate y engaged in this e se w*re Rounds ^ictVveAnU Pe?d" and Hanna? ' ii fcfo J ^ i tbe completion of the work 8 detailed a larger portiouof his force last ai^ht. j Caution to Bootrs Policbhb.*! ?A somewhat novel case was brought before Justice Thompson ,a wh,cb 11 appeared frorr^tbe In ord?r, as he alleged JH the ends of Justice, repesentcd himself polleeman, and by so doing, induced a person not brought before the justice to give good * money for a counterfeit #5 which he had pa??d i As there wii bo evidence that the bogus^fflcer J ?i'JiM. fraudulent intention, the Justice dis- ' ma?n .t ?lC*,e wl.ih?ae?gjnab|e admonition it < ma> not be generally know and it therefore s*ems that.,he 88(1 aection of the net to wlTftrPA? w J Police District, of the Distr ct of Columbia, and to establish a Police there- / for, makes it a misdemeanor punishable bv line 1 or two year, imprisonment in the Jail or PenttentiBry, for any person, not a member of poi'.ss I force, falsely to represent himself as being such ' member, with a fraudulent design ' \0w as to 1 do this even without a fraudulent de-lin or eten in sport, may subject the parly to arrest ,nd v? 1 sattous proceedings before the Civil Masistrate It may be well end proper under all thf clrcurn- ' cant ton.?? publI,h thla notJce *>y way of friendly WauV*?JS]iZ*t>ZOV>ltS.J!**t-Btrore J"'?ce wa/rer, SunJar.?Robert Pait, (colored ) disor- 1 1'v conduct; dismissed. Joseph Aludd drunk ' H fine and cost ?P50. John Ander n, do , bound over to the military Philiin ' K*egan,do; fined f I 50; Phillip Hogan fl/nt ; Ing his wife and resisting cflWrs- "ent to i.H John M ard Is, disorderly; fined MiO jJ'is L.acey, Franklin Wood and Charles Willianfs do j turned over to the military James \Trtf< n' o...Wrlni ,ke , lodgers were accommodated ! co1?drunk-flQe 1 . j lB/* Grace, do , dismlsted Jno McDer. mot, drunk and lisorderly, fined g3 95 Ju0 F drunk ^ned"'gfss^j 30 d8V* Mary Ct,nn"r. ^.^sf^^rc^rd fjasi: do., dismissed. Five lodgers were accommodat^! Ambstid.?1The attact upon Lt Col G^rboe which was noticed in the Star last week has atl the>tt??Uon of the Metropolitan Police and several county officers -atiird.u Myers, one of the witnesses, who tirft te'stified at the Oaurd ho^ue, relative ^wCn "eTUn^,n?riher aPP^ara"ce b'y j'sC . a . mornfn?. Michael Young. Peter J r iii1"11" Were ?rrt?ted by officer J. F King and were committed for fu'th^r hearing by Justice Down Lt Col (S m In company with several gentlemen, conXthw 0h?^kJema V^ndinU at Coomb's Hail, who had been assulted bv rowdier there tn * hack to send them home The wrodi*. a "????. C.) or slung-shot on the back of the head, inflicting a wound that endangered his life He still lies jn a very precarious condition Sehiocs Cuahoks ?Patrick Dorau was arrested yesterday by the Fourth Ward Police upon a charge of stealing S180 from Michael Murphy The prisoner submitted willingly to a search of bis person, and offered every aid to the officers in toe discbajge of their duty, and fully satufl-d the examining magistrate. Justice Donn, tba- he Was not the thief. He was dismissed Michael Murphy w^s then arrested for assisting s<Hiers to desert by giving them his clothes and takio;; i theirs in exchange. Oi;e lnstence was mentioned by tbe Informant, who also told where the . ap and pants cf the di-serter could be found They were found, uod Murphy was held for further hearlug. A Yocxo Bkoixxer. ? Yesterday patrolman Skippon plckvd up a little boy in the street wbo , said be was tired and a stranger He was tak?*n to tbe guard house for safe keeping His name is Thos Ryan, and Is'about eight years of av?e, and , as intelligent as most boys of tenor twelve. lie says that on the rainy otght last week ( Thursday) his brother put him on a car laden with baled hay in Baltimore, and when bt woke up he was in Washington He has visited the carnps, but now wm'stogo home Hlscasewill beattenden to by the Mayoe. A Wild Fkllow ?Saturday night a soldier having imbibed too freelyof thefl hting whiskey of Lngilsh Hill, walked Into a restaurant in that locality and proceeded to whip every onw about. ' in which he succeeded, almost when in stept two of the 4th ward policemen, and tbe fates turned against the soldier. I hey arrested him and, notwithstanding he fougbt merrily all the wav, he was taken to th? guardhouse aud bound > over to tbe military. f Ch*igi of Hobsk Stvali:?? ?A farmer rei siding in the vicinity of Piscetaway, Md , having I lost his bors*- saw him in possession of a soldier . named W ilson, belonging to company a , l?t regi linent Sickles' Kxcelsior Brigade He followed the hor?e and rider io this city, and had a warrat t , issued by Justice Cull for the arrest of the oflend er. W ilson was committed to jail and tbe horse was delivered to Its owner i Stbalins a Watch ?Patrolman Skippon on sSaturday arrested Cnarlet McLaughlin, charged 1 with steal! ng a watch from a sutler, and tbe watch wm found upon him. J ustice Barnaclo com ml tkiru to jail for court. Blown Down.?The pressure of the high wind of Saturday was so great on the Circus teut, oft the site of the old Nstionsl Theatre, that tbe c-n*; ter pole w?? broken and the whole concern came down The accident prevented the afternoon r performances from coming off, but by night ** everything was again adjusted, and the evening exhibition given as ususl. Chabpisxi Cidbb.?A military friend has '* presented us with a bottle of champagne cider, manufactured bv T. J. Adams, North R Chelsmford, Massachusetts By some process of 0 his own Mr Adams manages to make this bever age tbe best srtlcle In tbe cider line we have ever ' tasted; and In color and sparkle lt has not a little of the genuine champagne look. A Xovkl Case - Saturday, Roundsman Cron * In, arrested Mr. Isaac Herxberg, for attempting 4 to defrsud W F Black well, of a diamond ring, valued at 9500 Tbe case was lsid before J ustice n Don ii, when lt was shown that Mr Herxberg.who Is a regularly licensed Pawnbroker, received tbe ring In the trsnnactlon of business. The case was dismissed. It A Nbw Station Hocse?The lower portien of ) Odd Fellows' Hall, Navy Yard, Is being fitted to up as a Station House for the policemen of tbe I- ninth precinct It will be ready for oocunancy t* about the first of December. MS - . Obpmam's Cocbt ?On Saturday, Col Blount -* cxinsel for tbe petitioner In tbe Barney case, . asked farther time?until Thursday next, to prepare bla argument, which waa granted by the '* Court, with tbe understanding that no furthei T> postponement will be allowed d 1 Paid Off ?On Saturday, Col Tslts First Disiv trict Regimeut, encamped at Meridian Hill, relt celved two montns pay. This will help to relievs .. th neoessl lea of many worthy families In tbk lty, pinched by the Umes. *? >d This gvtaina It will be remembered, tbe grand vocal and Instrumental conce t for the benefit u) i? the poor, comes off at tne fmltbsouian, under ttu to auspielos of tbe societies of St Vlacent Do Psul I'ue programme In another column promises on< tg of tbe KOtagreeabUentertstaments of tbe season 1 ere to be enjoyed by every lower of waste ii n I Washington Doa't fal) lo be in attoodanoe I CiWTintBT hall th? renter of attraction to in lovers, hu b^ornp an institution idoo^ nst le ball being packed nightly. and the perfer- i lances of the moat entertain ins kind. A bill to- ! igbt crammed with good things, one tbat can't e beat. Poh't forget that Wedneedsy, the 10'b Instant. ; i Dr Scbenr k's d*y to be in th'a ci v. He will e found at bia agent's S B Waite'a Drug Store, i inner of Senenth atreet and La. avenue. 2t Thb sift co!?ctRT? of the Campbell'! rt Odd i ellowa' Hall, are prospering prodigiously, in<1 ver>bodv la procuring Jewelry for lea* than the < ?kine If ycu want something nice go to Odd ellowa' Hall. Thi tibst cotillio* party of the Anderson Hub, cornea MT to-night at FrankRn Hall. A leasant entertainment la anticipated. Whitkhcrst. 434 Pa av , ia furnishing likeeaaea of 'prominent men. Including Gena Scott, IrClelland. (from recent sitting,> Butler, Bmki, remont, Anderaon, Wool and otbe?s Every eacription of likenesses, from miniature to lifeIxe See hla card photographs for sending In ftters. oc 31-eolm? Sbe auvbbhskmbnt of bcuae, with four rooms, o Washington or Georgetown, wanted in anther column. I.VDtA RrBB*R BlaMKKIS. Now it yo*r Tm* to P'.tu. ,0rORnM?er Hiank&ta, 7 feat long, 4 f?et wide, at 02.5^ eaoht jOOn Kuober ulanketa, 6 feat long, 3 feat wida, at 11each, ,0m Rubber Blankets ard Ponoho oomhinoJ. for #4eaoh At the India Rubber Wartkouu, 30S Pa avenne, ?tween9ta and lOih sis. no i-tf CoKca*.?jine sudden ohangee of oar climate are oaroea of Pulmonnry, Bronchial and A<tkm:iltc U?etumi. Experience having proved that simple emediee often act speedily and certainly aken in the early stares of the di?eaie, roooune LhouW at onoe be had to ? Brmwn't Krone kid [rocket," or Losenges, let the Cold, Couch, or Irltation of the ever ao slight, a* by this irecaution & more serious attaok may be efi'eet uaily rarded off. Public 8j>?nJurt and Sinters wiil f>r>d hem efler-tnal for ciearinz and strengthening t.ha roie* See advertisement. del-!y Notic*.?Bewire of oouoterrcita and unpnnoi>i**d dealere endeavoring to dispose of heir own |nd Oth-r artio'ea on the reputation attained by Htlmbold t Extract Bucku, a positive and specific emHy for dis*aaes of ihe B adder. Kidneys, Gtarel D-opsy. *o.. Ac., Ao. Auk for Hel hold's, lake co other. See advertisement in another col iron. MARRLED On Tnear'it, november 12th, 18s1, atth"resilenoe of her st-pfather, g?n. d. c. RueH. u. s. Vrirtr. Miss EMMA, dauihter of the late Oen"ral t H Meson. S. A'itit fir*' Govern >r rf Oali>rn-a. o FRaNK WHEATOv, ?'o onel or the 'd Rhode laland Regiment, and ^aafain 4th u. i*. Javalry. [Intel a Repjb ] i % mro, departed hi" life, November 18th. at s o'clock. ^olumbi'"4 k i? li. y- aired i7 year a, a native of ;h? cun'y of d- na?al, ireland Hia funar? 1 will take ela^e a-- 2 o'clock on the 10th nstant, at hi? b'o her'a k? lly cmer \% md k i-lvd. hi? frienda and rti&'ivaa are eapestfu ly invite 1 to attend. In Georgero-*n. on th? 16'h in?'anf., after a *hort ^nt rainfil illaers, o akknck, eldest eon of John and Ruth Benjamin, ag d 8 yeara and 6 aion'h* Tbie bloominn bor ia snatched away ify death'* reaiatleas hard ; Our hearts the mournful tribute pay, Whioh pity must d <iard. The Inneri! wil' take plvj? this af>ernoon. Noremwer 18, at 1 o'cl >ok. from the residence of h s ?%rents, on Co cres < street. The fri- n-is aidac?na?n'*r cob of the fimily ara reipeatfnlly invited t attend. * WANTS. Board wanted for thf. winter by a young man . wife, and hie ?ith ore Fur-, niahed Ro im. f riyate fainilr p^efir e1. i.ooat oa jjaat el l ?nth jjt *nil t of )'en j. a*euue AdJress -T. W c.." City p,> t Oilice. no* 18 3t* Rooms ? r hou?e f r KENr-Kumi.hed Room! for rent, iu a ^uiet, pleasant neighborhood. and with' every convenien e. auitab e for either a rartr of gentlemen, or sicglr. On pr 'per recommendations, the who!* house wi 1 b? rented? n'? <44 i weifth St., bota eea g and h, at wh ?h llqui e. nov 18 e< 3t* ulrnished house wanted, h* a iei pp ;i silj.e pa'ty. in ihe neighborhood oi 1'. nnay 1 var.ia av nue and 'Iweliti st Addre-s. with pdr'iculara. 'e . c s.," Star Office. nuv 18 W* nted-a gir l to aeeist in cooking and kitohen work. 34* Pa. avenue. 1'* WANTED? A firat Class BOARDING HOUSE v for a ? enti?ma! end his wife, where they ean have the xom'orta of a hum". Willing to tay s fur prion. Addrea^ J. P., Star Office no 13 2.* WANTED-80 ^HL'CKER^ wanted at HAR~ VEY ? Oyater Depot, ultsi C at., b tw^en loth and Uth ata. no 1R 3t ^JTORE WANTED, on or r?*r HeniifTlv^ni) C7 avanoe. auitaMe lor a fi-sr class rr, o?rj htore Ad reaa "Van Vleok," Bund R jona, P. O. |fe,-ar;m^n'' no 16-3t* HOUj'E WANTED-A amal' oomJo tahle dwel. line, with four r? oni5 si u*t>d citt-er in \\ ash' ington or fJeorg-row:. ?dlr*s?"r. w ."at p.oii' man'.'* House, 4 3fi 1'a avenue. no 16 St* \y a nt e D-a n ex per i enoed garden ktt; cn< " who oan bri> g ahtt>facu>ry r?!erenre? cas fine a good situation; a oertain pay guarantied with additional a ^antajes {"epend^nt r Don hu own industry ar.d skill,jby applioatiou at tiiisofno no 16 St vi a nted?Every person to know tl at 1 am >i fh? mark t, readj to pay cash for all artic'e in the li ii?efarniahing lin?. Those le^vins th' oi'y. or having a surplus, will do wel1 to ca'!. k BUCRl>v*i4'i9 Sevonth >t .between g ann h ft?, i ast'ide,) dealer in Newauu Secor.d-ha d fu' niture. no 16 Wood choppers wanted?*v anted 1m mediate y, one thousand w >od oh^cp^rs, ti wham one dollar, in spi-ci?? per oord will t?c ps for ohoppin- Aep> t?, caftk4 Sl co .c<Tuer of g ara '8 h Bt?. or to jumn t carter, near Bladenstmrg, m'', no lfi St* w ? ntf.d?To engage a gentleman l a^ ?? mg acquaintance and 11 flnencs a "ong th ( atholics ol v\ ash'r.ttun and Georget >wn. anclj with re'erenoe. at the ^tar Off,o<. no 14-3f WANTED 1M M E111 * T E L Y? A u enege'i business MAN as d-liverer. A ppl? to JOHN ^ ^ ^ CO., Dodge Haildmg-, corner 7t axd F sU. no 14 3t* 1 nnn FMPTv PILOT RRFTTT BfiXF. * jUvlvf WANTED, at the National S- ap %' "andle Work?,o' rner Ureen street and the rana Goorret-wn, D. C. C. B. JEWR' L. no h-3w Propriet r. ANTED.? a MAN. of good er pea ranee an aodresa, wish- * employment in a-i* -erp^ots ble bcsineas. as ol?rk or oth-?rwiK '. S'i ar? rnori 'irX<,r*"ce? un?xoep-ioi aMe. CHARLE; EDVV ARDS, t>oitOSlce, Waahington. _nol4 lw* XV A*I.ED-Te? thouiand Wh^krand Brand , B' 'T LFS, for wh'nh 'he i.igheet ca?t'pn' will be paid. j as v. oi r bo\?, Sutl.r, k' d^po 293 Penn av?rue, opposito Wil ard a' no 12ANTED-A respectable GIRI.. oolore-t~i white, to do genen\ housework in a sma family. A pply at this office. no U a GOOl) WATCHMAKER, having been intl i\ business for six yesrs. wishes to ret a SI IT ATION. Apply at M. WILLIAN'S, 3H? P avenge. no 5 WANTED?7V4/LO/JS. TAILOF.S-50Tailo competent to work on military roods. a pp G- Wall. Stephens A '*o's. sesfi TO S"TLF-RS.?An energe'io merchant, wil auffioient oapital. desires to purchase the sto< and business of a Regiirental Sutler. Addre "Businesa," at the office of thu paper, oc 31-lm UTTER WANTED. Call at WALL,"VFi PHENS A cf>.'s. 389 Pa avenue. se ib WANTED-?We are now baying SKCoNJ HAND FURNITURE, STOVE-^a (I BKI D1N6, for which we are paying the higae oaeh prioea. Families deolining hounekeeping, having a nrpluB of fnrnitnre, will find it to tne advantage to give us a i&H, . . BONTZ * GRIFFITH, je 15-tf No. 369 Tth at,, betw. I ana K ata WANTED?"an Franeiioo 10 6-7 Bonds. AW a few Crawfordevile and Wabash Railro Bonds California State and City C u pons, cash and oolleoted. J D. BAR'tow, 47H Seventh rtreet, no 18-3t* nppo General Post Office WANT^O-A good CO K. WASHER a IRON ER. for a mail fkm'ly, who oan cot well recommended Also, a final1 tilRLasnnn Ap^ly 111-mediate y by addressing J L L , thron the ci'y Post (Jffhe, ?Vaehington, D. C. no 1 j eu3t* UOARD WANTED.?A ge-.tleman and la ? w >nld like to procure a furnished Room a Board with acme private family Weald pre the raom to bs inppl ed with r*?, fire ai d wa* Hefereroes nven if reunited. Pl'ase address B So. 1 Star effioe, statiLg terms and particula a 11. ao i? at' WANTED IMMKD1ATEDY-A person* thoroughly nnderaiand 1 making mattte*i can aeoare permanent employmeat ny applvinr C- A WOOD A CO., 810 r'street, between h

! and isth sta - rov '8 lw A.MJD Ran away from the subscribe aear Hladen*^! g, ItOY ANTHONY. % ooiBm>nly oa^iei Toter. He is A feet S inches fl . high, v< ry I laok. short hair, grum countf- j aanoa when spoken o with a small tea' J , over one ofhis eyes. W nt away with fc'ackJCj . jaokst (United States bat to us o 1 it >, oai ?-t pa y '1 ? gl *\t*. I will give f iOu U? a ? t that w>l bring him home to me nov 18 <w? Fi- cDER M\GRI I)K.II ' kilRAY COWS. -Came to the farm o> then r o so ib-r,oatae ridge road, ab ut o ; mile f out Geo get? wn one red Hnoer ea|U the 1st of rep'eeiber; auo, o ? b lndir . Cow taced) matly tue aad white ander tn? fl u Owners of the above daeoribed oe*s will e? J foreard, prove prope'ti, pay ohargoa and U ' them away, or they tf'il be told to pa> exee- sea ao 16 St JANE UAKt* / GEORGETOWN r0RP0?AT109| LAWS* A Rksoitttox relating to Aqueduct Street Retnlvtd by the Foard of Alritrmtn and Board of Cnmmnn Council of th* Ccorporation of Georgetown, TUet tbe Surveyor of tte town be, and b" is hereby req ursvd to ascertain and report to this Corporation the probable rW of the jrrnuinjj and pavjrjj reces?ary to make the approach to Aqueduct Bridge No. 6 easy; and also what It wilt coat to drain Montgomery atreet where It is crossed by Aqueduct atreet. Approved Nov 9,1HH. A R ksolptioh providing for the payment of repairs of Pump Water Expenses. and repair* of Paper Mill Bridge, Ac. R* solved fey the Board of Ald'rmen and Board of Common Council of th* Corporation of Geo-gttoirn. That the Clerk pay to the order of the person* bfr*lti8fte- r?rr,ed?trt Wm Whelaa twenty dollars and M rente for h!i bills, repair* of two Iron pumps on Hli;h street, to Aug. 10 1861; to John G. W oils siiiy-two dollars and ?5 cents for repairs of pumps to Sept 2d, l&6lj to W U. Shirley. to be charged to the Water Fund, seventy* five doilirs for'his services In distributing water through the town; to U B. Walker seven d 'liars and 75 cents for repairs of Paper Mill Bridge, one-half to be charged to City Court; to Gales A Seaton f^>r dollars and 50 cents for ttelr bill of M'iy 8. 19$l; and to U. Reaver thirty two dollars and 19 cents f >r his bl'ls to Oct itt, 1??1 Approved Nov. 9,16?l. A R*?olctio.n In favor of Wm. Wbelan. Rf solved by tk* Board of Ald>rm>n and Board of Common Councilor the Corporation of Georgetown, That tbe Clerk pay to the order of W. Whelan one hundred and eighty-nine dollars and 73 rents for his bills for keeping In repairs the hydrant ana water ftiaiui for the months of July, August and September, and charge the same to the Wtter Fund Approved Nov. 9, 1?H. A resolution In relation to the Collection of Fleet Resolved by the Board of Alder meii And Board of Common Council of the Corporation of Georgetown, That tbe Committee on Police be, and Ihey are hereby lu-trueted to have enforced all fines that are now due or may hereafter become due this Corporation, as in their judgment the Interests of this Corporation reqirre Approved Nov. 9,1561. A Resolution author'ziug the Mayor to transfer the stock of this Co'poratlon in the Metropolitan Rail Road Company Resolved by the Board of Aldermen and Board of Common Council oj the Corporation of Georgttov?n. I the Max or be, and lie !s bereoy authorized and requested to sign tbe paper f>rthere'irqnlshment or the shares of this Corporation in tbe stock of the Metropolitan Rail Road Company, upon tbe condition the-ein set fonb, tbat is to say, pro. viditiir that tbe said road shall be commenced within sixty davs, and tbe work rapidly prosecuted to completion; and that there shall be no further claim upon the said Corporation fur any insttlment due, or to become due on the shares and subscription. Resolved further, That the paper authorized to be signed oy tbe Mayor Is signed by Ambrose M. Thompoon, and a ropv thereof attached he.eto Approved Nov. 9, 1361. AMO irihtNT. VVOOD IjAA'D rOR S*LE?Ti ? onii'riifD d v ? is aut' o' ??<l bj th- he'rs of th* l*t* John Prathe to *e.l a' onh ic sale * trao' of I and coital' l- g l'4?cr e, lying on the dividing lire hetwe n Prince fcM ge'g . ni M n'gorre'p e- un i's. ?cd a-'joinnr the land* ?t Oerrge B leases Mrs Ma' (tv, Ab h'ott Bi l, a-^d 1 hoirm? B?!l Th? Wnd r tints * ith 6oo nm'er and cord wr-od of diff-? o .t kinds. The Ian1 is about th<ee mile* fr m Beltgvil o a-d abouc the sa ne d'st\r.oe to a switch n^a-l-aac-*oratgs' ar.d two o i'os to the 'I u npike r< ad a-.J half a mile to a put :n to o to Washington. PrMio roads from llieland to t*'e Ra.ilroa'1 and Tu a ike Sa'e to taV* p'vjean Beit=vil e. Prinze f?*>rre's con tj, on rtlL'KSDAY, the28th Noveml er, 18 I, at in o'oirck The term" of sale are: One-third of th? purchare money to b* paid on ' e 'ay of ?al -> ; the ba a-re in two fqua ins alm^ntf of ?>ne si'< tvu^vn, with bonds b?ariiie in'ere tfrom !ho day cf sa e. to be approved by the u rferM.'ne'i. WILLIAVT MoKNEW. M> Ceorge B. Scaj;s will sh t^e 'aid whf n ca 'eT on i or tg \ hnijred parlor and bkoFOR RENT, corner of Hani 2>.b st e ts. 415. no 18 eo2t* LPOR RENT.?'Two nioelv pap?red PARLORS, with side roojn if ?ref'rred; P<>tomao water in the ja d. App'y at No. 29T 3d street, betweo-' G and Maesac' mntts ave.^ west side. . it* A GOO if OPPOHTUNI T\\?FOR HEX'FOne half of ST0KK-U0t)M,au teet f .r t by 30 foet deep, w th ace^min* dation for afor%??? in ' basement A pplj at 37 6 D street, te.w en Sth and . no 16 at* KENT?\ STORE on ^ern'ylvania at*. ' inquire o, Mr MADKS, Res aarant o "er of! bird st and i*a. avi?n re. n 15 9t* C>OR KEN r.-A three storv B?I K HnUaK, a eon-ainini? twee"? rO'>Trts, ntua ot*. on the oorn r ofllii' ti,d G si '9ts, Ir'and App'y to Wm R. K lev 4 B other. S6, < ec( at Stores, or ? HOS. W. KILKY, Riley's Wharf, 11th st. nol5 1w FOB REVT?Anew Iwo story br?ok STABLE a"d tie Lot on wh eh It a'an la. 2P by 1<? feet, situated on L et. between llth and 12th. Anply to , J W. NAIKN, Diugg'.st, 9th st. and Pa. j avnue. no 12 !?' J?ARM Ff)R SALE, ?;r Exchange for City s " l'ropertv. si^uateid ir Somrriervill - oormty N. Jertey, oontamini; ^2 acres in a hi<; sfnt-v < f cultivation. roo.1 dwelii-ig ho'jss, Wt'h a'l neoee^ary " out buildi'if s.'SOO:! wat?r power, fc-io r?roi'%r;!, r.i d , w?!;-fenc?o. 2>si mi'oa fri in Cfln'rai Bailmad '6 , daily ?ra a'.) 3 in:ies from l*!ainfi?id. s d 20 iriles iro'ii Jersey C tj. For farther particulars inquire of O W. BICAY, J?w?'er, 5IG S?vei:tli . op? po?ite intrl ;geno:r ?'tfi e. oo 25 1 m* . HANDSOMELY FLRMSWEO R"o"?'is^ Fonr cac-'aoniely Farnished Rocme,supplied u With ga? and water, and oonvenieatto tno j'ate: ! ,j and fost ttlfifre Departirie- ta, {or rett. app>t.t { t'ff'X Maiaaoluwetts avauue, north eide, bstweei ?t- and Sth at- re* 23 " GEORGETOWN ADVBRT MT^ e hi asskv cOLLTNS a CO.'S _ i?I PHILADELPHIA DRAUGHT 'LF. ^ W'e have Just recived a mpplf oi tneairove A e w rtio'u *8 rtojinuieud to ba of a very superior qua |T ity. Perfons ?i*lunc to purohase. br luaaiu^ nnmediate applioation, oau Uj fj-n'shed. arn v a fhinn, ^ no 1 tjeor^et'-gn. J1 fUSfT RECF IVfc tr? 10 Lhds. prims Porto P.ico SUGARS 1*1 hb'B. ?5,.l Lre WHISKY, SJ0 bills. KKRRtNfJ and ALE WIVES, d *" l-bis. Crusiiotl a: d R^ncd st;6/?RS, l_ >? bags Rio aua Java OOFFKI-". |. 10 hhos.woir prised) MOLA^' bS ^ For aa^e b* JIIHN J R'iRi'R ??ts ? C* ASH ION A B IB 1M NCl^G ACA DiiM Y, a.v I moit's 11 all. Corner of Pa. av and f?k. .? 20lfc st ?Profe sor ?Art N of New Vork, Qw t, will commence a Dancir.e School ou \\ >vi fOEk j re day ait-rnoon ana evening, November 20 r.i life Mo:i r ?3 o'on>ck for ladiee, i> isses ant na-U'i? \r j and 7 o'clook for gentleuion. Terms, 310 per quar .11 ter ol 24 lessons. Mr B wi 1 give a free exi ibition of his stTle o rianoiLK by bis p esont o asa, at the alwive iiamei br li, on Monday evenin*. Nov. 18tu,at7)i o'olo -it " i'ers. nsof rts,eotabi.ity rn.'v who d.sire to at t- nd can procure tidters r. it programmes e.? 1 h ? ha l on Saturday and Monday previ .ua to the ex ra hibilion ly Pr f Barnes' ?*hiDition at Odd Fellows' Ha l Navy Yar '., w l! be repeated, by request, on Thurr ? day evening, Nov Hlii. aII aro m<rited toatie:d th no U Ct* ,s ? U L D I E r S' PAY. ? THE ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY wil 4- f.>rwarn soldier's remit anoea f> their families, a any (laoe on the lines of their Expiest, at a oharg ? f twenty five cents or any bum not exoeedin {- fifty dollar*;a.)?d a proportionate additional charg J to places rvach?d by oonre ting Kxpres? -s ' n t money, whei her Gold or TYea.-ttry no'ts. t hould b or enclosed la an e ivemp? at.d scouroly 'tr hav- the fell * d'lress (inducing towa, Po?t Offi- ( a-'d Stare; and in cities, t ie atreet and nu mber of the person t? whoui to ba ent, and the aaiouc > logib! mark<dth?re n. Envelopes lor this pu. ? p"*e may ba bad at our cfliocs. lo T? laaiiitate prompt de'i/ery, the charge for ri ?o nattauoe siiou d be prepaid, .d . -AOAMS express COMPANY. WASHlXQToa Nov 12 1861. nol2-IQ'if Ci SUTLERS WANTED. *reat advantagei to b? found by su n4 1*> s. and dea er& m B"i'sacd Shoes,at the^fiii ne new york wh lesale BKAN'ChSSJ 1*. house, Pennsylvania avenue, (tnerfw gh J^niey's Shoe store.) " S? We m<?nn(iaoturo our own g<ods, and eeli 1 Nvw York price*, thereby savins freight. ? Harins constantly on nand aTarge Stock, we os "J supply at a momo t's ottoe. anv qua- t:t? desired nd A ia-geas ortmentofs soie Hign-out shoes, ax f Long-leg Boots. Sutlers liberally dealt with. px a cal from al' dealers solicit"d. ,<a nj 7 Inn* WHITEHO'JSE ft LNCKIJ5S. ka HT TO OFFICERS. . 4 * HE CAMPAIGN -A cauipaifm g Wa?on< , tUe Prussian prinoipl-'. arranged tor sleep. . ingortoact as auAmr-uanoe in case ol "LSI noknessor wouiids. with ample rocra ? stor's and provisions; light, water-proof, and p. feet^y new. havi ,g been ri"t knilt t ordr>r by oi of t^e fij st nidkers in New York, 1a offered for sa at cost prioe. Also, a nnndrome, string, sound, dark-brow H, HORSE, eitner for saddle or harness. f. Both may be seen on spp ioation to JAME BRUvsjl. at Mr. Irvine's attablas, corooran Lai e, ooiudu the Citaia House, between 1 and Street* y i HERE I8 SOME1'H?NO YOU WANT n.e A *t 'ba . SOLDIERS' SUPPLY STORE. Si i .out .ana avenue, bet.C h aad 7kh su. ? Best Goods, Ci'r- Lowest Prtoes, Mt:?i Supp led, no6-lm *. Ml and Sea * . TTORSE, BUOGV AND HAKNK 8 FU m? Xl^Ai K Apply to *LL *. BAR /A ike N/iRi), Anetion aad Co?n-issirn '* ' jL?T euanu, oor. Niatn s,. aad south side Pa tC I. avenue. oe fl # e TELEGRAPHIC NEW*- j I ROM FORTRESS MONROE. ARRIVAL OF A FRIZK A CONFEDERATE EXPEDITION FITTING OUT FOR JAMES RIVER. COlNG*INTO- WINTER QUARTERS. Bai.tijtobk, Not. W.?The boat baa arrived from Fortreas Monroe, bringing the following intelligence : Fortress Mosioi, Nor. 17.?There hit been no flu; cf truce to-day, end no Intelligence whatever f-om the South. A Sptnlab bark, taken rff Charl?aton by the Alahqpis, has arrived ia charge ef a prlie crew, and will rail to-night for New York. She bai no cargo, and will probably be released Our naval force at Newport N?wa hw b-?en incresard agalnat their will. Th* gunboat Rearlute bad been giving them protection through the day, but at night thev would hive to a*ek abelter in the wooda. Nothing new from Old Point. All quiet. THE EXPEDITION TO THE VIRGINIA. SHORE?UNION VIRGINIANS SEEKING PROTECTION FROM THE REBELS. Baltimobk, Nov. 18 ?The ateamera Georgia and Georgianna arrived thian aming from Chew town, Worceater Co , Md. Four tbouaand Federal troopa were preparing to go into Virginia On the way up the Pocotnoke boat wu aeot aahore with Dix'a proclamation, was reed to a large numb- r Vlrginiir.s in a farm hiuae. who declared it ?nti ely satisfactory and claimed protetlon from our Government, from aeces?ionists who were forcing them Into rehel ranka In order to checkaOonfederate expedition fitting out in James River of which three formidable lire bosta are aid to form part General Phelpacommand are bu'ldlng com frit able huta for winter quartera and Newport N<-*? will in a few da> a preaent tLe appearance of a large frontier village. The War In Miai*?'l evacuation or srB'*?ertirLD ?t thi federal forces Springfield. Wo., >?v 15.-Since the departure or tr.e division* ef General* Hunter, Pope and Stnrgea Siturday Inst rrfnri Warsaw. nothing of Interest Las tranapi'ed here The divlaiona <>f fie).a Slgel sn<1 Aabo'h have returned from their p? si-tons soutn of here. wbirh was merely a f'int to pro'ertour vitbdrawal, n-d ttaev will march for St Louis via Roila. la a day or two Sprln?fle!d will be entirely evacuated, and a targe numb-rof Union m-n of the rity 8nCj surrounding country Lave left and will continue tj leave with tbe army, not willing to riak their lives in the banda of tbe rebels. Gen Sterling Pr'ce la beginning to m"ve with his armv. numbering twenty seven thousand men and t45 pleee* of artillery Ori >a'ij'dav morning he was marching toward Penaevillle, McDonald county. % the kktkeat of qkns. pkicc 1nu m'cvlloch. St Louis. Nov IC ?Tbe ?rmie? of Prle-* and McCnlloch have retreated Into Arkansas and ft la understood tbey Lave gone to F< rt Smith, where supplies bave I teen collected nnd wloter quarters are bvlng built R?fore leaving Mtaauri they flrrd all the bav stacks, earn cribs. , In tbeir vicinityrto prevent our forcea obtaining forage in case we pursued tbem TLe previous re porta regarding the prospect Of an Immediate battle on the 2d instant, originated from a large foraging party of rebels on Wliaon'a Creek being mistaken for the advance guard of the enemyGen Hunter haa sent a le't-r to Gen Price, by a tlag cf truce, repudiating the treaty between him and Gen. Fremont, entered into Nov 1st, and b:jS addreas-d a letter to Adjutant-Gene'a! Thomas a-tting f>rtb bis recaora therefor. caplc&e of a large drovk of oxen bt the BfcBeLs in Mi-SoCRl. Kansas Citt, Mo , Nov 17 ?A wagoner just arrived h*-re g ves information of the capture by the rebels, near Pleasant Hill, Caas county, of flf V wagons and live hundred cxen, on their way to Sedilin The teamsters were all made prisoners Col D unison marches immediately for Pleasant Hill to overtake the rebe a. Important Military and Navai uMsvementa New Yore. Nov. 16 ?The special despatch to the l'ri''uue aaya there are between four thousand and live tboussud Union troops in Acc->mac county. Eastern Shore of Virginia, where ibere are eighteen hundred rebels In arms Commodore Goldsborougb sent a gunboat there to-d.iv. A regiment of cavalry is expected th-re in a few days Fifteen thoussud troops are now at Annapolis, readv to embark Tbe rumor is that they are to reinforce Geii Sherman. A fleet is understood to havf gone to Pensacnla, and the news of another naval exploit may be expect* d soon. Gen. f* Is reported to Lave seized Plnckney Island sxd all the able-bodied negroes No attempt has been made to land on the mainland. The Loss ?.f the Rebels at B. laitut. Cairo Nov. 16 ?itvas been a?certained thai tbj :os? <>t tbe r? bels at ite bstile of Ueluiot w?i 201 killed, l'J7 wounded, and miasing. Inipertiiut from itftrcrtiiii1 Command Cincinnati, Nov. 10 ?Advices from General Rc-^e ;rana' headquarters ante that on the lUifc Instant General ? ox's brigade crossed the K-aii awhi auit N?-w rlvtr cud drove tLe rtbeis ta.ii three milts from all their positions G"n Schenck's column intended attacking them in the rear, but were prevented from cioss ing tbe rive by the high state of the water ' Ueaeral Bennam's drigade moved up and be gau to feel their front, when a sharp ttkirmisl took pl .ee, lasting from 4o'clock P M till dink While Heuhaui's fjrc* lay ou tneir arijts .salt ! ing for the morning, the rebel* began their re . trea', and were well ou their way to Raieigu be fore the movement w. s discovered Gentral lienham pusued tLrm twenty-fiv milrs smid-t a drenching rain, hut srutii^/ lut. tL ace of ovbi taking tuent, tur>>eu back lu the t-airini-ti with tLe re?r guard. C~>Ionc Crogan, of the rebel covalry, anrt a few other were allltd- Tne loss on oar aide wastwekliltd Meeting sf th? Jitw Vs:k Bunk Cemumte in Reference to ilie Nutiaisai Laas ! New Yore. Nov 17?A; ueral me-tlr < of tb r bank e.-vn mitt. eld n length) session yesterdi .-.ftern;>0'i Secretary CLase was present It reporudtb.t tbe action of the select com.:. !tt< lu reference to the tblrd fifty millions of the go^ \ eminent loan was concurred in The Plketon Vtciory-?Tlie First Repsrts Haas. Cincinnati, Nov. 16 ?The first reports of th * Piketon battle turn out to be a cruel bo x Tfc 0 Maysville dispM^h of yesterday ia believed to b - a correct account of the rff ilr x , Sailing sf the Jara Quebec, N">v. 16?The Bt?pnr_ehip Jnra. ti Liverpool, Bulled at 9 40 this A M. with fori - cabin and eighty atee'a-fe passengers There was a light fall or snow last night and I] atlll continuea. It is the first of tba season. 1 e From Kansas?Tbe State Capital. 5 Leavenworth. Nov 16?General Lane'scon e Diaad was expected at Fort Scott on the evenlti o of tbe 14th inat The recent election in thisSta a has resulted in the choice of Topeka as the Sta ' capital. ,) ? 11 (onviction Dotbo\t. Mich., Nov. 16 ?John McKlnne ) la'e Sute Treasurer, was tried at the Inghs Countv Circuit Court for tbe embexxlement 8U2,0U0 of Stite fords, and was convicted. The Saater Agaia Heard Fraa t- New Yore, Nov. 17.? Advices from Barb | doea to the ?2d u:t state that the privateer Sui | ter was there at that date The Niagara at Uoataa, Boston. Nov 10 ?Tbe Cunard steamer Nl kn gara, from Liverpool via Halifax, arrived he ^ thlsmarnlng. National aalata. Boston, Nov. 16.?a National Salute was fir at the Navy Yard at noon to day, commemoi tive of the Port Royal victory. ? Medicine for the Army, PRYE'S \l VEGETABLE n PAIN CURCR. ? EVERY FAMILY, AS~ IWELL A8 Mr Ml SOLDIER. SHOULD ALWAYS HATE i" A BOTTOM ON HAND. Tbta preparation la an I n af'ihls kxtaraal or I t*ra^ h?uL??ij for Katuniati-m, Naaraig B ai-^a. Soraa. >pr*in-, Kiniwurm , caak< I alctars < o la, l>y ent^ry, Livar Com?lat< JPi;ea. Dyspepsia, C> i! Kidney Corns Wis Tee ha he, Hoadftchrs/v-ids, Cc&gha, 0raia Fever and A(as, Ckotaca. A a. i ae f AIN Cl'llLi ta aai r?ly vacetaMa fa ? 3i>mpoaittoa, a^d maj t? ?sed at ali ti>- aa wi 5 I far ?al? fcy aLfnn^pal Dratfists. aoa-im' 9 Sf (ONI) EDITION. ruiiei o'cuck p. n HTKST SMW8 BY TMLS91MPR. niPORTiTFfrom NKUCO | ANOTHER BATTLE OX 8AKTA ISLAND THE KEBELS SHELLED FkUM THE ISLAND WITH OR BAT LOB*. ? . I'H 11, A DBL?H 1A. Nov. 1* ? Tb? afel?<* C*+mcpolltan ban arrived with Hitim ?* ?? to tbe 12th Tbe Spanish fleet for Mexico wu oelv ?%!( Ing the arrival of veneris. past 4m, from Spate. Tte Mexican news it not favorable lotto Jcirn Gcrernmect I"be diaafleetioe cf General Orta^ja, wLo isli isrt to the State of ZacatAas. t?!la against tb? Government. General Marques, with font tbousend troepa, though once defeated, was approaching tha valley of Mrx'co It is supposed, bewvm that he will be again beaten The Constitutional guarantee, eeetweded by Cong eaa Lai been restored by the sdlcto af J narex Tbe report that Mexico haa acoedrd to the de msnd of England and France la not beared at Capitol. . Cuernavaca, twenty-four mil*a from the cap'.* tol. wa? In the handa of the rebels. Mr. Savage, United HUM Vice Ceaeul at Havana. who returned froir Key West on the lOtl, reports that fifteen hundred Kebels were dlseovered by a Union patrol, some treaty miles from Fort Picket.*, on Santa Ross Is. and The Commander cf tbe fleet aent a force, whe ibetl d the Rebels oflthe Island with great Ices It ts supposed their object was to get together flee 'Uoosand men for another nlgbt attach on 8??ite Reea. c*rTcaa or a rottsi rtun We leern that on Saturday a ftraflrj expedition, consisting of four wagona and forty men of tbe New York 3oth, stationed at Palla : beret, were captured by tbe rebels, about thr-e and a half m' leu from that Tillage. It epp* e Uk* expedition enured a cornfield, and stnclinw tt te arma. proceeded along, pulling and h?sB'.b? the corn and Ailing their wagons, who e?4? ?,y they were surprised by a body of rel? ? >, which rode In between them and' * *? Thua deprived of any mAm of de' were, of course, compelled to snrit were at once marched oil towards the Dixie. a A COKIICTIlW We stated on Saturday that the lad suite o' Slide 1 and Mason, were taken p la ouer? with tbe'.r male compaslona Ti>ta ts not so, they left Cuba lor Havana before tee tatter went on board tbe Trent. VisiToaa Excludes. We learn thut tbe beads of Departments will exclude all visitors to tbem until after tbe m>et~ log of Congress; this step having became necessary to enable them to prepare their sent. 1 report. This will secure tbem sgalnat annoyance, aa N*ell as be a valuable Item of Informatloa to those who may contemplate visiting Washington on buaineaa direct aa old, tbe henda of Departments. Proclamation or Gem Dix ? Maj Sen DiC ha* issued a proclamatlen to the people of Ac? mac end Northampton counties Virginia, announcing that the United 8tatea forcea are about to enter their counties for tbe maintains a ? of tha Federal autority. Special directions ue glvea to the expedition not to Interfere with any persons beld to domestic service; and commanders of reglineats are forbiddea to any such persona to come within tbelr lines, cltlxens who remain In their quiet pursuit or their domestic operations are promised full protection, and tbe severest punishment of the law Is threatened apOB those fou^d in arms against tbe Government ixroBTAxr simiAi oicrt Adiciam Uimial'i Orricx, I November 14. 1MI ( Complaint has been made to the Wct.4ea> of the United Stairs that certain persona with)a the State of Virginia, In places occupied by the forces 1 of the United States, claim to be lncurnb*:**of civ'l i tli<-es. Slate, county and municipal, b; alleged autliority from the commonwealth of ' lrglula, In disregard and violation of th? "D * a* ration of the people of Virginia, represe- ted !a convention at tbe city of -Wheeling, Ttc^sd . June 13. INHj" and of the ordlaencc* of said cocventlou, and ot the acta of tbe G? era! Assembly held by authority of aald convcP ion. It Is therefore oidered, by direction of the President tint if any peraon ahali hereaft * " empt. within the State of Virginia, under the 1 authority (f said common w ealth, to ex 'cute any i cttt ial powers of a civil us'ure, within the iiml s ot any of tte commands of tbe Occopyln~ lore** t j of the United States, uuleas in pursuance ef tte j declaration and ordinances of tbe convention j nsst-mbled at Wheeling on tbe 13th day of June, j lfcHll, and tbe acts of the General AseemMy be d I by authority of said conveatiou, such -.tempt 1 sball be treated asan act of hoetllity agaluat tre > | L nited States, and sueh person shall be takes Into military custody. _ Commanding officers are directed U> enforce this o d-r within ttielr respective command* By couuu^ud of Maj Gen McClellsu s L Thomas, A1JH Ueitersl e r MILIT AST MOVSMKMTS e The steamer Gtor^t aua, of the Old Point line, left here on Friday, having ?o board seven co i '' pauits of tbe Seventeenth Masaacbuaet;- K t ment, deetined for Salisbury, Somerse' [ Md. Tbe ste?mer Kent left nere tbe s^si* * e ! ing, having on board a detachment of s i e i wWcb are supp'sed to be destined for tfc < i point t here are already stationed at fl e | S'imm's Boston Artillery and some twei V ! panir-s of infantry. VVhen the Ma* > s Seve.iteenth arrive there v 11 be uaa' 9 ? troops at that point.? Datt. St*. r- ' LA Th LOCAL NB Dkath or a Soldikr ?Le *' Davis. Cc ia-er D, Forty-filth P?nn*yivanta k?^rlment, * la !e ' tte hoapltal on Fifth street yes erday ail ?^ou e He h^d his leg broken some three weeks ? ? e <a ,e j the cam by run over by a wagon. $oLD:ias' Rimitiakcxs.?Our aoldleri oor. | tinue to s-tid bout very Urge propertioos of b^ r i monthly receipt On Monday and It sday iv Paymaster M^or Sallade paid off tbe 84tk P< i?o? 7 svlvauia regiuient, Col McLaln. at Alas* dr j. Out of S3U,UUO received, over *] 000 verre sent i home Bad Hat?A large quantity of hay, whlrh ' haa been landed at Baltimore for the Government, a. I Las been condemned "? I u i A Fir* is thx Rasa?From the Lealsviile ' Journal of the 14th: A recent letter from Nolls Creek. Ky , aa>s tbat there Is no longer anv room to doubt that a formidable flee la the rear haa created confuston and alarm in Bsc knar's camp _ at Bowling Grem For two or three days Cssap L' Nevin has bee? full of stories about tha trvaUnof ous burning of an Important railroad bridge somewhere in the rear of the rebel amy, bet th? I stories were regarded as only tbe Idlest of camp rumor The writer has tbe authority aew, however, for saying that the loag and coetly railroad a" bridge over tbe Cumberland river, jest this side B* ! of Neshville, has beea burned: aad that tte . accountable fact bas canard extraordinary alarm and trepidation la the rebel camp at Bowling k. G,?~ re Gnaxn Laxcsst .?Saturdny night Detective Allen and Roundsman Crania a rusted P Erford. A. Fa bury and Patrick Lynch, npen aeharLt ox steeling n pocket book, contain lag flfty dollars, ed tbe property ef Lewis Rotheehllds Twywis rs- taken before Juetloe Dean, who cammitMd Erford to 1*11 for trial at ths Criminal Conrt; aad mm discharged For bury and Lynch A SBAxrnn Cbxatxb - Saturday alght aa?dler, mounted upon a flee berae.-waaesen riding around witn a snsplelena Unking IndlridaaT Tbe movemenu erf tae latter ifinM the Stwatl?a of Suparintee daot Wehfc, who aaHflad Rou idaman Crania and Pa roimaa Prastar, eke went after the parties The aoldiar and horse tr were ukea and tvraed ever Ike military, M tha anarper, who, It to seppoead, had tehee nflsncy to tbe aofdler for tbe ?e*e of tha borne, allppad. tPwtiM ? atordey, Patrolman Psww^eh arreaud Joan Leonard for pedaling I-heel a ?, Uceaee He was tok-n before JosMaa Walter, at. ertio fined him the aeusl enm af IK and oea ts, ^a^s? I OAT-By a a.y eet e flth Its Li ths emulisjniaa it-atltnUonjmd . *? i h I tat?and E at a a?< a"l go d W a i wM, ? ?** ?* ?a (OS4U and fold hnekis nt anhed Jt t-ra'i niartf . * '

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