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NeArly IB thousand ooplea of the Repub
lican are circulated among the floating j dputij.
tlonTiryduy,beldetthUrg8 number t'trxni
to regular attbsoribem. AdeHtsf rtt will tart"
Yesterday. Thanksgiving Day, In i ooordanca
with Mayor Wallaoh'a proclamation, was proi.
orl and generally observed by tlw hunlne
men nnd churoh-going people of Washington,
Wo noticed a general aaapenalon of business,
and the ohurches were well attended; tint we
oould not fill In noticing the faot that nil tho
restaurant were in full blast, dealing out th r
poisonous drufs to eoldleri and oitlio- x. The
former suffered terribly, aa large numbers of
mom were aaen arunc on we pnnuc nirei,
ttnablo to move. What a pity it la thnl the
Into not of Congresa, on thla eubjeot, In troated
as a perfect nullity. Where litbepollonind the
military guard, whole duty It la to arrest the
offendora and bring them to merrlted punish
ment. i i
Thanksgiving na Celebrated hr the kTlrst
United State Cbauran.
This time-honored oootsion wan oelebrated
by various Amusement, athletic and other
wise, at the camp of the United States Chaa
iur. "Peas on a trencher" oalled the reiil
raent to bountifully lauoii tables, provided hy
the offlo-rs. After the wants of the Inner m in
had been supplied, Colonel Cochrane, after re
peated calls, appeared ind gratified the officer
nnd men by a humorous and witty spoeobi
whloh was received with rounds of npplauso,
After tho speech, the regiment adjourned 10
the parade ground, where the amusements of
runnlrg races blindfold nnd in socks, climbing
n greased pole, patching a greased pig, etc, etc.,
wore had. The morning nnd evening parades
were unusually line. Oyster soup, was served
up for supper. At tho close of tho evening pa
rade, a splendid Colt's revolver was presented
to Lieut. Colonel Shalor by a gentleman from
Washington, whose name wo did not learn.
The exercises were enlivened by Capt. E W.
Jones' brats band, from the First Long Island
Thanksgiving Day at the Union Hospi
tal. AJiountot ua thanksgiving dinner was served
up yesterday, by those In charge of tho Union
Hospital, at Georgetown, to the patients of that
institution, well enough to partake of the re
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The afternoon entertainment, yesterday, al
Canterbury, whs nttonded by an Immense as
aemblage of ladles and children, who manliest.
d the liveliest enthusiasm at the very excel
lent entertainmont given. A bounteous supply
of confectionery was distributed through the
audience, and the utmost good humor pre
vailed Another afternoon entertainment will
bo given to-morrow nt 2 o'ol ck, with n pro
gramme of still greater excellenee, and a con
tinuation ol the confcollonory.
The beautiful b illot La Bayadere gained
f;reat commendation for the superior manner
n whloh It was presented. It U given ngaln
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Belling Liquor lo Soldiers.
James E. Harvey was arrested yesterday, by
the provost guard, for selling liquor to soldleis
encamped on Meridian Hill. lie was required
to give seourlty for nppearanco nt court, by
Basil Robey was arrested, by the provost
gu ird. yesterday, for selling liquor to soldiers
belonging to Cen. Couch's command, onoamped
near the Miryland line. Ilia stock ol Honors
was destroyed by the guard, and he himself
orougm Deiore j usnce ijonn. as tnis was me
first offence, the Justice, atthe instanoe of the
lieutenant of the guard, dismissed blm with
the friendly bautlon to sin no more.
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Deaths of Hoteliers.
The following soldiers have died since our last
William Duccan, Nineteenth Indiana regi
ment, at Indiana Hospital, Patent OSIoe.
Amos Covey, Sixth regiment, Exoelslor bri
gade at Seraln iry Hospital.
Private Davis, company F, Eighth Pennsyl
vania reserve at camp.
Robert C. Thornbury, company H, Pennsyl
vania reserve corns, at crimp.
J. U. Davis, company F, at Camp Pierpont,
oouy sent nnrae.
William Denlthorn, First regiment Pennsyl
vanla reserve corps, at Camp Pierpont.
Tho members of Eastern Lodge No. 7, 1. 0.
0. P., In full regalia, yesterday afternoon, at
tended the funeral of their late associate and
brother, Mr. George Sheramn, from his late res
idence on the Navy Yard, to the Congressional
Burying Ornund. The procession was accom
nanled by tho band of the Third United States
Chesapeake antt Ohio Canal,
Tho breaks In tho Chesapeake nnd Ohio ca
niil. above Harper's Ferry, have been repaired
and the water let Into the levels. Several
boat-loads ol flout and wheat have arrived at
Georgetown within the pst week, from points
this sldo of the ferry, nnd boats are expected
from Cumberland, in a few days, with supplies
of bituminous coal.
Palro b Nourse Creditors.
The report of a committee to an adjourned
mooting of the nrodltors of Palro & Nourse.
bankers, shows that nut of the 1195,000 indebt
edness In 1857, 116,000 has been pild, leaving
an Indebtedness of 170.000. Bullioletit assets
to extinguish this Indobtedness are In the hands
or tne n'signees, consisting or some tntrty thou
sand acres of ltnd In Indiana, Wisconsin, and
Iowa, nestaes oilier property.
A. D Hope ik Co.'i Government Dispatch
Has commenced running between New York
and Washington, ma Unrrlsburg, nnd on Wed
nesdny brought twenty rifled cannon from tho
North, consigned to the Government. This
lino offers superior Inducements to shippers of
goods, on account of having the only reliable
route, durlmt the winter sons in, for the trans
portation of freight betweon the North and this
Georgetown Grain Market,
The stock of flour In tho Georgetown muket
is very small. Flour Superfine, I5.7S perbbl ;
extra, tC.12J(86 50. Wheat Is In active de
mand at $1.10(31.143 for red, and Jl.t50tl.56
for white. Corn, CSQTO cents per bushel for
yellow; white, 73(375; corn, in tho oar, is sell
ing for 3.25(BI150 per bbl. Oats 15 oents
per bushel. Hay $1.25 per 100 pounds.
General Cook, late Colonel of the Second regi
ment United Btates Dragoons, lately promoted'
to the posiljon of brigadier general, was sere
naded last night at Brown's Hotel, by the band
attached to his late command. Gen. Wright,
late Democratlo candidate for Governor of New
Jersey, who was present, dellverod u brief but
Assault unit Battery,
George Wilson, an omnibus driver, was nr
rosted yesterday evoulng for assault and bat
tery on Mr, James D. Cavanaugh. Tho diffi
culty ocourred In nno of the Georgetown
omnibuses, on the avenue, and originated In
the giving of ohange. Wilson was held to ball
for eppoarance at court, by Justice Donn.
The Steam Ferry-boat lalueea.
Belonging to the Cooper's Point and Philadel
phia Ferry Company, has been purohaaed by
Mr. Markloy, for tho stoam forry betweon
Georgetown nnd Arlington Heights.
The Ilev. Dr. Bunderlnml,
Pastor of tho First Presbytet Ian church, of this
olty, has been confined to his room for some
days past with severe Indisposition.
The District lleglment
Has been detallod to guard tho Washington
branch railroad betweon this olty nnd Baltl
more. They left for tbelr new field of duty
Prisoners In the Old Capitol,
Upwards of one hundred secession prisoner?
are confined In the Old Cupltol Building.
4ff eoaa tlso Lossl &..
Finn. Four Dweltmas Destroyed. k conlla
gratlon, of an extent very unusual Id this city
took place on Wilkes street, noar Water, above
tho tunnel, tat nlght.d'stroyltigfourtwnstnrj
frame tenements, nnd Injuring several others.
The fire broke out In the basement of a tine
ment adjoining the corner of Water street, u
occupied hy Ji shua Hall. A barrel of ashes
containing eomo hot coals, had boen left in tin
cellar, which, about eleven o'ebek, blaiedu,
and ignited the wood-wnr('near at liabd, frim
whenuo It spread trftha oUieY portions or the
building, and began to show Its glaro upon 1h
streets. A slight alarm was giveif, and the twi
engines of the Relief Company a ero carried ti
the spot. Considerable efforts wore mndn t
stay the 11 imea, in which the soldiers wnrkei
w in great hlaorlly al d energy. The cffirts,
however, were fruitless for somotlme, Tno
fire spread Inwards Fairfax street, burning, li
turn.anunocouptpd hnue, -i frame house ooj
oupied by Henry Itaknr, nnd then anolheil
frame house In tho occupancy of Mrs, E lit.
Hore the flames were stnyed, but not until
they had oonsldertbly Injuieda brick bouse
ocoupled by Mr, Pettlt. On the Water street
sldo, tho progress of the (limes was stopped by
the vigorous use of buckets. Tho fire, hnwi
over, seriously Injured the back buildings of
tho residences of Uapt. John Rattllff nnd Mrs,
John T. Hill.
Mr. Hall's family lose all their furniture, and
their oh tho stock of clothing, saving scarcely
anything. Mr. Baker, Mrs. Ellis, andMr. Pettltj
iilan lose small amounts of furniture, but had
time to save the greater portion, which was)
properly carod lor by a guard for that purj
Mrs. John T. Hill, residing on Waler streeti
near by, had oocasion to move a portion of her
furniture, and during tho oxcltement, a pack)
ago, containing about one hundred dollars, was
abstracted from a drawer. ,
During the progress of tho names, a tall olifrn
ney In the midst rf the firo threatened to fall
The fire-hooks were sooa urooured. and bs
some' of the best fire-englneorlngwe have ever
seen on tne part ot some soldiers tne tai
pita was unaermtnea, ana leu ptumo to its Dase
urit n hptnlr fultlne- tivt, vuriti nnvnnit It.
The fire was subdued about two o'clock, aocj
soon aflor the usual night guard was re estab
llshedi and the citizens rotlred.
Two of tho dwellings destroyed were owned
by Mr. John T. Hill, of this city the mheie
belonged to Mr. A. D. Collingsworth, of Wash
ington. The total Ki br tho fire Is entrance
at five thousand dollars.
Tho alarm caused great ooosternatlon among
tho oltlzena of the place, who thought that the
rebels were advancing upon the town, and that
the fire was caused by the bursting of a shell
thrown by tbe rebels Into the headquarters l
Company E, Eighty-eighth Pennsylvania regl
ment. A regiment of oavalry s'atloned some
distance out of town came In to suppress H
naoessary, any demonstrations whloh might be
made by the resident secessionists. The cav
airy remained in tho town during Wednesday
night nnd all of yesterday,
Union Association Mbxtino. The- regular
weekly meeting of the Union Associating was
held on Wednesday evening, nt Lyotura Hall
The band of the Pennsylvania Eighty-eighth
regiment was present and discoursed some of
Its finest music. Speoohes were made by n
number of gentlemen,and n gojd time had gen
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This, without doubt, will be tho most Import
ant and eventful session of Congress over con
vened slnco the formation of the Constitution
of the United States.
Tbe Daily Globe will contain a full report of
all debates In both branobes of Congress ; also,
tne news ot tne aay. uuoscriptions win no ro
celved br tbe aeent. Cha. H. Anderson. Book'
seller, i5S Seventh street, opposite the Post
utneo. nor its it
Le Bon Tbn, for December, containing valus.
ble patterns and fashion plates. Shllllngtnn has
also received Leslie') Magazine, Qodey'i Ladu't
MOOKt uarper'is, ana nit ine oiaer magazines lor
December. Citizens, soldiers, sutlers, pedlars.
and newsdealers, supplied with Blatlnneiy,
blank books, newspapers, and cheap publlua
tlons at the very lowest prices. Sblillngton,
uueon uunaing, oorner r our nna a-nau street
and Pennsylvania avenue, has n large assort
ment of diaries and almanacs fur lBd2.
nov 23 Jt
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Whltehurst. No, 434 Penn. Avenue.
Is selling original cartes de vnile photographs
of Generals Sontt, MoUlcllan, Wool, Banks, Fre
mont, nutter, ana others, uur ititeness ol
McClellan Is the latost published, and Is con
sidered the best in existence. See our photo
grnhs In oil nnd wntbr colors. Also portraits of
Mstlngulshed men. Attention of military men
Is oalled to our full length lettertyoes, for send
ing by mall. nov 13 lm
The attention of the lallei and gentlemen of Wash
ington sud the publio In general Is respectfully la
rued to the sale ot excellent furniture, whloh take
plsoe this day, (Friday,) at 10 o'oleJc a m , at lb
itsldenceof Luke Lea, Esq, on E, Getwsen Mix h
and Seventh streets, as the furniture is of a gool
quality, and tbe piano a very repertories rumeiit
The sale wilt be wall worthy their attention
OUtiKN 4 WILLIAMS,
nov29 It Auctioneers
India llubber Goods
India llubber KlankeU, lor $1.15 each
India llubber Blankets, very Urge tin, $2 (0 each.
Inala Knbber Goats, $i tve etch
India Rubber l'oi.ohij,llhtlr damaged, $1 each
India Rubber Leggings, si per pair.
At U A. llALl & CO.'S
ttdla Rubber Warehouse,
3UM l'eonsylvsnla avecue,
nov SO If Between Mlnth and I eatu. stiects
1 he Cry Is, Still tlity Come 1
And all we can liuar is, " War I war I war I '
But, fur my part I am tired el the old ftory of war
But, oui Mis Brown, have you heard the veri
latent nt-xit No. Why. SSUI II, ?-o 4803eiei-.tl.
'treet has luit retell ml a new atock or FALI
ULOlHINll of every description, uml heolferstn
sell thera at such low prices They say he has r
knack ot selling his gooas ut lower rates than tin
other stores How he does It, I do not know Hut
for my part, I can OMure you, Mrs Brown, that he
can Ut out your bovs with nlceCLOFIllN i at re
oiarkably low prices 1 Jvle all to call a
yMIlira, No 440 Seventh street, oppo lt l'o-r
OUloe, and look at his Wew Stock, and they will b
eouvluecd that what Itr: Junta said, U so.
Produce Itlarkel of Washington.
Reported by Messrs. Clark it .BJoeAer, wholeiale
jfroauce ana lAymmuston Jiercnams, jxo. sir
Seventh street. Sutlers supplied with all kinds
of produce, at uinoiesau rates.
Apples, grcon, by tho barrel U 00 M 50
" dried, by tho pound 00 07
Deans, white, per bushel 2 50 2.75
" mixed, per bushel 1-50 2.00
Butter, oholoe, N. Y. State 22 25
" prime Western 20 22
prime ron iu to
" prime table, at rotall 25 30
Boots per bushel 50 CO
Chesnutspor bushel 3.75 4 00
Cranberries per barrel H.60 10 00
Chickens per dozen, live 2.75 100
Corn per bushel 80 85
Oornmeal ner pushel 05 1.00
Cheese, strlotly prime, per pound," 8 9
" prime 7 8
" Western 6 H
Ducksperpalr M 1.00
,y Western, soleoud 25
" Western, at the mark. ... 20 2J
Flour, choito brands 8 00 8 50
" Western 00 750
" buokwheat 2l ?J2
Oaese, drossed ? 1-OJ
Hay... 25 00 3000
Hams, sugar oured W J?
' plain 8 10
Hickory nuts per bushel 1.25 1.50
Lemonaperbox 8 00 900
Oats per bushel, 50 60
Onions per bushel, 00 1.00
" white ( 1.00 1.10
Potatoes, pink 0)cs 83 90
" white mercer ... 90 1 0
" common reds ,. . 60 60
" peach blows 80 85
" snoet, per barrel . ..4.00 4.25
Quails per doen 2.00 2.50
Rabbits, each 15 25
Turkeys, dressed, per pound 11 is
Turnips per barrel 1.25 1.50
Walnuts per bushel CO 75
3quabs per dozen 1.60 2,00
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TUB NATIOVAI. riCKKTs AT SF.DAUA flngD
r lPOir PKtCRNOT ADVANC'NO TIIK RKD
L9 Rt'TUKNI.Va HOME TO RECRUIT, ETC.
Jefferton City, Nov. 27. For tho last two
nlghts.titir pickets t Sednlta hava been fired
upon by the rebels rotumlng from Gen. Price's
The report that Gen. Price Is advancing from
tho Osgn river is not oorroot. Tho truth
eems to be that u portion i f his armr, oom
posed of Mlasnurliitis, Is disbanding, d thln
tnonare returning In RntRll squads, mrthriur
pose or o'nthlng themselvoi unJ preparing
themselves fjr ntmtlior cnmptlgn, nn I where
ever theytoan thev commit nil m inner of nut
rages on Union moo.
A gentleman, J'ist from I.jxlnptnn, rrporta
that tho city was full or returned rebels, nml
thit thorolsastnirfy stre im of nrrlviN.
The steamer K'nnv IMu- ulih l-ir, -nrim
of goods for pol.its on thn river uost of hore,
vnn n-iuseu permission to procoru on ner trip
to day by Ihioominandant of this point.
REPORTS FROM 8T. LOUIS.
St. Louis. Mo'.. Nov. 27 General Curtis has
Issued orders to the following effeoti To check
'.'orumunic.uion wttn tno enemy) to prevent
the conveyance of contraband goods, and to
avoid the recurrence or assaults upon stoam
hoats. Tho ontlre commorco of the Mississippi river,
lielow this city, Is assumed, and will be directed
br. military and naval authorities of the Unltml
States. Nono bat Government boats will hero
Uter be omplnyed, hut freight and passengers
will be conveyed at ourrent rates, as hereto,
All boats entering these waters will report al
tbe first military nost. and ston.to nroceed un
der military orders, jit tho discretion or the
unitary uummaauer, rreigut nna naggapt
will be subjected to careful Inspection. Ti.o
oath will be administered to all employees nnd
passengers, and the placea of landing nnd de
parture will conform, aa near as possible, to
the oustom of trade, but all oominlsslnn nnd
storage business mast be transacted with oper.
1 krnwed Union men.
iienerai nauacr. nas issued very sirtngnut
orders rospeotlng the seizure of private prop
erty, and the arrest of persons without suffi
General S'lorman has taken command of our
forces atBadalla. There are about 20,000 na
tional troops at points on the PnclUo railroad,
west of Jefferson olty.
There Is nothing new respecting tho move
mentsofGon. Prioe'a army.
TUB RBDILa FORTIFTINO NEW MADRID.
Cairo, Illinois, November 27. It Is reported
that the rebels are strongly fortifying New
Madrid, Mo., and that they nave 600 negroes
A detachment of ctvalry mado a reconnais
sance as far as Belmont to day, but f jund no
rebels on the Missouri side of the river.
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Rtleate of Stale Prisoners from Fort Warren.
MARYI.ANDER3 DETAINED FOR REFCStt.0 TO
TAKE THE OATH Or ALLKOIANCE LIIit'T.
Boston, Nov. 27. By orJors from Washing
ton, the following State prisoners, mostly Ma rj
landers, have been released from Fort Wnrron
after taking tho oath or allegiance: S.B. Frost,
John L. Boulden, David Luohosl, Geo. Thomp
kou, Robert Roo, Charles D. French, John J.
Hockbart. Georce W. Landlne. and Leonard J,
Qulnlan. Five others, whose discbarge, as
heretofore stated, w ordered ly secretary
Seward, refused t the oatli of nllcglauo-,
andnte retslnod ndr. Their nimca mot
William G. Harrlbn , itobert A. Cartor, Thorn is
Shields, Michael J. Urady, aud Uoo. A. Applo
Lieut. Tat nail, commanding tho marlno guard
of the sloop-of-war San Jacinto, was oonvwyid
to Fort Warren yesterday. He is a son of the
robel commodore of that namo.
Latest Front Keiitucky.Ug
RUMORED ADVANCE OF BRECKINRIDGE.
LouUvilte, Nov. 20 Rumors are prevalent
this afternoon, but generally discredited, that
Gen. John C. Breckinridge, with a largo force,
is navancing irom ureen river, in tno uireunon
of Owensboro or Henderson.
A young man arrived at Camp Calhoun, Mo
Lean county, Saturday last, and reported that
J. O. Breoklnridze is between nnsscllville and
Greenville, with u regiment of cavalry nnd one
oflnlantry. He intended crossing Green river
at Kocnester,ana amoat AsnnyDurg. Atiotuer
force was to advance on Itunney, opposite
Cilhoun, add divert General Crittenden u til
the otuer two lorces got in ms rear.
MOVEMENTS Or OEM. LANE.
Cleveland, Nov. 67. General James Lane, ol
Kansas, family, nnd a portion of his staff, ar
rived here this morning. They leave for Bos
ton to-night. They wero received hero with
SAD DEATH OF A BON Or EX-UAYOR 1UVK
MEYER. WiHiamsfturjh.Nov. 27. OeorgoHnvemeycr,
son of Er-MnyorHavemeyer.ol New York, wis
orushed to doath, about ten o'oiook this morn
Ing, In the sugar rellnery of Uessra. Havu
meyer, Townsend & Co., In First street, this
olty. Ho was twenty-five years of nge, und re
sided with his father In Fourteenth strcot, Now
In this oily, Novemhcr 2Slh, IIattif Javi.
IUndou-h KhLLtui, daughter of liev. floheil
Kellen, Chat lain ol the California regiment, ami
Jane E Kellen, recently doceascd In California,
aged two yeata and two months.
Funeral this afternoon, at 2 o'clock, from tho
residence of hor grandmother, Mrs. Abnor II
Young, 4391 street, between Ninth and Tenth
De Witt Cliaton, youngest son of Htlr'' J.
nnd Susan Palconcr, on Thursday ovcnlng, No
The funeral will tako plai.0 on Situnlay
mornltiL'.at 10 o'clock, from the rctldenco ol
his bereaved parents, 280 Seventh strict, uo
twecn U and M strools.
IAIIaTKA.iVIKR UKINULOl- H
LVEltT OTUt.ll DAT
TO AND FBOSI WASHINOTO.V
Ueneral IIooKer's Division
S1CKLE3'S AUD COWDEN'fl BUIGADi:
THBOUGII IN 3J HOURS.
The steamer leaves Jones's Wharf, fcot fEirST-h
of Eleventh ttreiet, on liiY
MONDAY, WEDRESDAY, AND FRIDAY,
att o'oiook, a m , (returning from tlu UliUton )
leaving Huos l'oiut,Mauauauiau Crick,
at ths eaue hour, ou
TUESOAT, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY.
y Passengers and light Freight takea, (ixrept
alcoholic liquors )
Fare to or from the Camp
Fare for the round trip, (returning next dsy,) i
Passengers are not required by the Oovernment
to have f asss, exoei t prlrates from their con-uan I
No meals furi-lshed
ar- Freights to be rr i ps Id
WILLI4.M U KIF.HI-
nov 20 lw Ojptsln
BOMiniNO 1 number of Oentleim r
and Ladles can be accommodated with pleas, ut
boarding at the houie No 416 K stleet, between
F.lghth and Math, formerly eccupled by Mrs
Kior.foid, as a young ladles seminary Al-o, u
number of table bvatders oau be accommodated
nov 8 lm
SADOIsK IlUUHIil VOJl tsALK
Was triined, an 1 has bren used for iiirs
tome time, hy a field rioter, anl Ij in ft? 1
evirr viay sdp el to such purpore lu
qulrJof KLLEHKlt 4 1'YhWlilL Eight street,
nov 8T 3t
CHEESIs-l OllKEiLI CHKEIht
Liquors, robaccoe. Cigars,
Nu's, ltiUlns Crackers
All cu h md, aid fir s il; cheap, by
F U llAbllN'iri - O ,
M3 D street,
nov 28 tf Fhllhatmonlc Building
SICK AND WOCFIDKn BOLDIEnS Iff
PilbltlicJ lit conformity with the resolution i
tho Senate of July lb, 1861,
Al Seminary (Tospital, Qtorgeloum, JVob.11!
d tl- ?' Wintry T aid rnn. Volunteers, l
!d Malnr n ntiteers,, 1 A'.th do do a
a-r vermoiix oi i Bun do do 1
Mh do no 12 ' 4M do do 1
nth Jfsas Vol t 41th do do tt
0th do do .....(a 2 62d do do 2
13ih New Yrk Vols.. let do Anil cry., n
imu uvi a ... i iii ao littles .... 1
21st dj do ib i il do Cavalry .. 1
, no ao. .. l 4th do do...... 1
i nt- oo on ao do,..,.. 1
46th do do ... 1 Ilth do do 6
ilth do d- t it do Reserve..
TBih do do. t 3d do do 8
let Penn Vo'uotiers 3 4th do do 1
tth dJ do . 3 mb do do...("
oth do ilo .. 4 th'tlch Volunteers.. 1
7th do do s id Wi-consln Vol 1
8th do dt 1 6th do do 1
lh do do 3 oth do do n
IHh co do 2 :th do do 2
IJtli do do i Excelsior Brigade .... 9
2BU do do I
Jl"i ao do 1 total H7
(a)Tiroofllcirs (b) Due olllccr (c) One officer
At Oetierul ojpiiol, (7;iion Ilia, ooner vj
Brldg' ami Wathlwitmi slrftt. Qtoratlovm
14th N. V. Volunteers. 8
2d Vermont do i
3d do do 4
tth do do 13
1st Michigan do 1
!A do do 19
3d do do 9
(th do do. ,, . 2
2d Wisconsin do 1
Ilth do do 1
1st Mlnrusotado 1
1st Callfurnla do I
is. Lxcelsibr Brigads. 5
2d do do.... 1
3d do do,... II
lstMarjlaad Vols.... 1
2d tenn. Cavalry I
8d do do 1
Oneida County Cav'ry 1
I t Penn. Artillery .. 1
tth IT b. Artillery.. . I
6th B I Artillery,... 1
IltN J do 1
KtN Y. Artillery.... 4
2d do do 3
4th do do l
1st Indiana Rifles .... I
Mott's Battery 1
lXKalb Regiment .. 1
Engineer Corje I
Total .... 167
18 h do
15. h do
4th Penn Volunt ere. 1
7 th do
8 th do
2d Mulno Volunteers. 1
Ith do do 1
UK II Volunteers.. 9
3d do do 2
tth It. I. Volunteers.. 2
.41 HoipUal at CAumliun Cullene, Waahinutou,
2d Mnl.ie Volunt'rs... 4
6th do do ... 1
7th do do.... 1
IthN J. Volunteers. . 3
7th do uo 1
1st Psnn. Artillery..,, i
Hsrlsu's P.nn Car... t
Chmmaa's Rifles 9
lstt'eun Volumeer-.. 1
fith do do.... 1
Ilth di ao.... 2
21 Vermont Voluuteirs i
d do do ... . 1
6th do Ho.. . '0
10th Aia.s Volunteers b
Uth dJ do. . 1
13th do do ... 1
1st Longlsland Tol... 1
Harris's Cavalry i
1st New otL CiviJry 1
9 Id do
1st do Vols...
2d do do. ..
8d do do..
4th do do 3
1st Excel.br Brigade
2d do no ..
l)e Kulb N. Y. Vols.
8th do do. .(a. 8
Stockton's Mloh Vols 2
tth Wlscoulo Vols.... 1
Llunoln Cavalry 1 Cth do do.,
1st U.8 Chofseurs.... 1 "th do do.,
Berdsn'sShamstioot'rs 3 1st Minnesota do ,
Oneida N Y Cavalry. 1 I mth Indiana Vol..
Moi.lellan's Dragoons. 1 8th Illinois Cavalry
Inst. J IMVaur isiuairumia ao
1 1st D. O. Volunteers.. 8
.... 1 tolL.1 163
(a) Ore offlctr.
41 Uenetal Hospital. ( Circle,) Washiitylvn,
4th U S. Cavalry
6th U.8 Infantry....
2d New York Vol....
24th do do.,.,
41th do do....
SdPenn Cav. Vol....
HI Peuu Voluntiers
4thN II, Volunteer'. .
IstD C Volunteers..
1st Michigan Vol
7th tie Volunteers...
Ilth do ao
'.d U. S. Infautr) .
3d do d1) ..
10 h do do....
At ityfA District School House Hospital, Branch
of Otntrxd Hospital on JS street, Xoo. 22.
3d Mich. Volunteers.. 1
sth do do... . 1
60th Penn. Volunteers 1
43d do do 1
12th do do 1
20 h N Y -Volunteers. X
leth Mi'i Vo'uateers. 1
Ut Kxorltlor brigade. 1
2d Vt, Volunteers ... 1
61b Rhode leUeU Vol. 1
2d U.S. Cavalry 1
letKe tucky Cavalry. 1
4ih Peas. do 1
Ohio Cavalry (un t .. 1
Sick remaining In the Hospital for Erupthe
Uisoues, at naurrama, vv. &i.
1 ... ....
till. H Infsntry
4th do Cavalry. ...
Ah do do
oth do do
,'d Maine Vo unlets. ,
7th do do . ...
d Virmmt - o
1-tN Y Artllliry....
44th N. Y. VoiU ileers
31 Excelsior Brigade,
II tnis f ight Cavalry
d HmUi 'sHisr 'rs
oai lern voiuuieerr. o
45th do do 6
64tb do do 1
Silt do do 1
1st do Artillery.. 1
Harlan's Cavalry t-
I htjekton's do 1
1st Micnigsn uavairy o
8d do Vol.... 1
7lh Wisconsin Vol . .. 2
twh Indiana Vol 4
It do Cavalry. I
Quartermaster's Hep't I
am oo u.,
iloia) i Total '
(a) fto officers.
Al hi. ELiza'ieth IlnpVal, Enlern Brandi Nov
2d do do....
it l do do ...
8th Penn. do
6td do do , ...
83th do do
SthN.Y. Volunteirs. 4
'.0th do do .... 1
6th Vermont do ....1"
Cameron Hides . 3
UrlckclsArt Butla.1.. -
At Indiana Hoipdal, (Patent Office,) Washing
ton, D. O, Nov. 21.
19th Indiana Vol 61
Kth do do 8
81 do Cavalry . 6
21rtT7 Y Votuateers I
BiiVi Penn Volunteers 2
Herd en's Sharpi-hoot's 8
At General Hospital, Alexandria, Nov. 22.
1st New York Cavalry 1
lstK I Artillery
Id Mloh Volunteers It
8u do do. .. 4
Atii do do . 8
8d Maine VoluuUeis.. 7
4th do Oo.. . 6
6th do do o
1st New Jersey Vol.. 1
6th do do 1
1st N J. Cavalry 1
Cameron Rifles . . . I
2d Hre Zouaves 1
Id Vermont Vol 1
1st Minnesota Vol . . 1
Harlan Cavalry ... 7
ism new xorx vol,,
luth do do ,.2J
Uth do do . . 8
I8th do do..,.
25th do do.... 7
.lath do no 6
4tth do do....lu
Stat do do... 6
321 do do,. ..14
37ih do do.,., 1
33th do do.... 8
10th do do ... 7
T9th do do,.,. 1
1st Mass Artillery ... 2
Ilth l'enu Cuv-liy, .14
4.d Piun Voiuiiteers.t4
11. t do do i
gsth ito do 4
OJIli do do 2
OO.IIS FOIl KKNT
IN WASIIINIITO 11UILUIU
No U. on the third floor
Nos 14 anS 13, on the fomth floor
Not SiU, '41 ami !19, oa ths mm floor
Inquire of J ) n N II NhUlIKS s CO corner o'
Toutslatiu aenue end Nlttli trie , i poit uts
ena of Center Harlit. nov 4- ftit
FOlt, Us-NT 'Io Ptllt.Olls, of e.J
seoess. sltlild une sanitrs uT the Cunitol En
i quire at No 6t2 New Jersey avenue, south of the
1 Carltol nov lit
rjAWTKUBUUY IIAIsls. ""
(Foimerly the Washington Assembly Rooms,)
Louisiana avenue-, OTsr corner of Sixth street. Id
the rear of the National udjrown's Hotels,
OPEN EVEBY NIGHT I
With the first talent In America
THE OCTOROON. E OCTOROON.
To cilht, the beautiful Ballet,
tMcx Pasiis (funny Dick).... at the Omiiicn,
llainr Fox at I'm UAxriaaoar.
W. U rUsaitox at IheOssrsBsosr,
M'ils FsaskLa Foils at the UAxniaosr,
III s Julia Hcdbos, the beautiful
songHtresr at the C'astisscit.
aiisexs r.HiiA aiiLts, w ilus, van
no, I'aixix Cliiiox, and a '
host of others at the Caxtiisoit.
For Families, Ladles, aid Children.
Doori open at 2 o'olock.
Admlulon Children lOosnts.
Adhissiox Nlghta Parquet, 21 oents ; Parterre,
15 oeote '
Doors open at 7, commence at 7X o'clock,
TI1IHTUENTII STItKKT BAPTI8V
TULxm. Onolllta Touxib,
WEDNESDAY, DEOEMBEE 4TII,
Artlsttd by eminent Talent, under the direction cf
GEORGE FELIX BENKERT.
Tlokeis : One Dollar
No charge fbr secured seats.
Beats to be reserved at the music store of W. 0.
Metserott, on Tueedsy morning, December 3d.
nov 28 2t
VIHO'l RATIONAL OIROUSI
A TRIUMPHANT SDOCE33
Can be reoorded for the eomblned
ZaUZSTBIAK AND ACBOBATIO TEOUT XC.
Doting this week,
PERFORMANCES EVERY DAY at 2 O'CLOCK,
For the expre'S convenience of tboee who
csnnot attend the evening exhibitions
rEKRLESS PKBI OF TUB ARENA,
First appearanoe of the
CLOWN AND COMIO SINOIB,
And all the company, will appear
BOTH DAT AND S101 r.
OOI) KHOWS1 HALL,!
Heventh Street, lp-r u.
EXTRA ATTRACTION TWO NEW STAl.b.
The beautlfnl Ballad Singer.
PKOF. JOHN KITTiiK,
The great Vblkltt.
Twelfth Week or the
t,AHPBKLL MI f STHK L.M
AND BRASS BAND.
Sixteen star Performers
CHANGE OF PROGRAMME EVERY NIU1' f
Look out tor rllchard III.
Admiaslon 25 een s
Doors open at 7 o'olock, commencing at So'cloi.
octal 6t Dr. O. FORD, Agent
A obolce selection of Paperhanglsits, Warrant d
Gold and Imitation Gold Hand VMndow Shao. s
also, Buff, Oreen, and Itlue Midland, by the yard ir
male lnro Wlsdow Shodei, Pioiure Cord and 1 .s
sels, different Ues and colors, Picture Nails, ttlir
ao ; al oihe handsomest assortment of Oral Pkt re
Frames in the city, from the best manufactory In t .e
oountry, also, Psssepartoats ans Card Vlsfte rrsn e
All articles warranted a, represented, or no sal
Porcha.lng for cash, all goods will be sold at he
lowest remunerative prloes
Allowing no old stock to aconmnlate, persons net 1
log the above goods will nnd new aud deelrs ,e
A call sollolt. d JCsT" Remember the number r ,a
No. 480 UeveLth street,
8 doors above Odd Felljwa' Ua
nov 54 twit
FAST FREIGHT LINE
NEW YORK TO WASHINGTON
A Special Messenger will be tent through n th
each Train, in order to secure safety am dispatel
ALL RAIL, WITHOUT CHANGE OF OAIL..
On and after MONDAY, Nor 18th, this Comp.' ly
will receive and transport
Munitions of War, Government Ptortv. Su'
lerB' Suppllis for the Army, und all
without imKAK nr ncut
bpcial Omlractsfor Uoods, in Lun Q uirdi'l s,
at Seduced Ralls.
13- Freight reoslved only at the Di-iait of llw
Central Rstlroad of New Jersey, Pier No J, Ni r li
For further Information, or speolal oontracts, en
quire at the
OJHee cf t Company, 40 Broadway, A'. Y ,
Or 54 e) J'eniuylMnta aeenw, WaiMnftM Cfv.
STsf Mark Goods. ' Government Dispatch. "-
l-relght reeelvidfiomSa m tosp m
A. p HOPE,
of the Hope Express Co ,
nov2o lm (Star and Intellgencer)
tnC TIKttCKS KUOAIt CUIIKD IIA318,
leJU Just received and for asle bv
No 6u LouUlaua avenue
Kl IIIIUH. II A CO -V HIIOCI.DKIIS, Jusl
0J received and for sale ty .
No 69 Louisiana avenue
OA UBIs, VkUUli, In torsi ssnd far
OUU sale by LYLE A COFFIN,
No 69 Louisiana avenue
Also, aarenoy for Avondale Extra and Family
Flour. Wheeler's best brands reoelvlog daily For
sale by LYLE CO FIN,
nov 87 lw No R I oelstsna are nue
P A T K N T
CHEAPER THAN CANVASS,
LIOHT AND TIGUT,
Different sizes, with bertlu for sleeplog tents, w th
shelves and counter for sutlers
Corner Tenth aud K streets, one fquate north cf
Per Dsylvania avenue
nor .S-lnv" UAWLEY J. HAUOULIN
IAIUI TO UKteT A farm of"ll41 sun
1 and Dm elling flou e, about two miles froai the
city, on Kock Creek.
Apply at 3J3 O street, corner of Taelfth
nov 35 Iw
jJi J."C;-HeOtrmr CO.rAaettoaeers.
ptosntft lUtlt tr vxsiuntn Hrxwnxcr.
1 "KAsrorms vapiivl' "r"-c
On MONDAY aftcmpi u, Novemher 25Vi, at foir
o clock onth premises, b virtue ora deed of trust
from Jos, WjKobertson. ilstod .IanBatt,4Jh, 1M,
and dun Troor ded In l,beJ,l. A H'Wo"lT,'iollos
117 it sen. one of the land records for Wssblniitun
eotmty, D t)., I shall let lot nembercd ooe.m squsre
numbered Line hundred and fi rt s rrn, situated at
tlie corner of Tenth street eait and PeiU sy lranla av.
tosrether with the ImnroTftmi,, fa nn l.tin. nr. tn-n
story and attic pwelflng House, with necessary out-
Terms' Ooe thousand dollars cah; the rrcslnder
n six and twelve months, with luteiee., secured b
adeedoftru Ion the pre-nlses
JJ eonveysnees at the eotf the p-niTn,r
irtheurmsofsale are not complied with within
five days tbemtur, the trustee rr-erres the i Uht to
resell at tne risa aid cxmuh of lL li m. tin i,.i-
entser. " r
? USTf RIIANY, Trush-e
JAfl C. llcOUIUf; A wO
nov 7-eodtds AMttlnceen
ear" Ths Sllinvsi MsllA ! tnann..l .
Monday afternoon, December 21, same hour and
F. McNERITANY, Trus'ee
J. O. McOOIKE A CO,
nov 27 eodaids AnctlonesTi.
Y J. C. HeOUIHHl tV VO., AutlKneers.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF 300,000 IM POSTED
AND D0ME3TI0 ClOAUS.
On MONDAY morning, December 2d, commerc
ing at II o'olock, we shall sell, at the Washington
National Cigar Store of Meters. Homan At Chandlee,
No. 4(1 X Fourteenth street, betw n Pennsylvania
avenue and V sireet, opposite WlilaruV Hotel, a
well-selected stock of
300,000 Imported ad Domestic Cigars.
of cho'ce brands, all of which have, been seltcted by
Mr. A Horn in, ot the above firm, a mm ot tbe mist
extended exner'cnee In the cirar business Terms
N. B. Bidders who are not latMlrd with their
purchases at the time of delivery, need not receive
JAS CMoQUIRE A CO.,
nov at eotds
TT aaKKll WILLIAM, Anctloaeen.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF CONDEMNED
SUBSISTENCE STORES AT AUCTION.
On MONDAY, the ;j day of Decanter, IBM, wo
shall sell, m front of our store,-Ao r e, cjraer of
Seventh and D i treets, oomoaeolng at lo o alock A
U., the following artle ts vts-
14J8O0 lbs. ll.coa, 460 lbs. Sogsr, 4X1 lbs
ebbls Salt Beef, bbls Pork, t bbl i. Tongues
8 bbls Flosr, 3 bushels Beans, 45 irellors Mo ase
Sis saois. J1.S24 lbs H. Bread, 2S4 bbls, 11,141
lbs. U. Bread
Terms cosh, In specie or Its equivalent
OBEEN . W1I.L,IAVS,
nov 274 Auctioneers.
TJY atlKBIu d WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
SUPERIOR PUNO F1MK. HOUSEHOLD JJD
KITCUEX rUBmTC&K, ATA CC7ION.
On FRID Y.the 21th liutant, we shall sell, st the
residence of Luke Lea Esq ,No 448, north ride of
B, between Sixth and Seventh ett ts, at 10 o'oloek
A U , an excellent assortment of Furniture, vis:
Fine Ro-ewood riano Forte, 7M ooUves, made by
U sines Drouiers, of New York, a superior instru
ment Abo, Stool Cover and Muslo Stand
Vise plush covered Parlor Bet, conshttkg of
Two ene French Sofas
Two large Castor and twelve Parlor Chslrs
W alnut Whatnot and Etegsre and Chinese Tea
roys Fancy Gothic and Reception Choirs snd Otto
nans Crimson, damask, and white Window Curtains
Two handsome Gothic gilt fraui Mirrors and
Oil Paintings, .Engravings, and Mintel Orna
Fine Velvet Parlor, Stair, and other Carpets and
Plated, China, Glass, and Crockery Ware and
Hair e'oth Sora, Lounge Chairs, ai d Rockers
Walnut bldtboard, Exteulon Dlnkg and ether
Cane dining and other Chslrs and Wardrobes
Mahogany marb e top Dressing and other Bu
reaus Mahogany marble top w ash Coets aid 1 aMes
Mahogany French and other BtdsteaUs aud ifed
uoiisge l DBIUUfr D1U
Hair and other Mattresses
Fine O as Chandeliers and Burners
A large assor'ment of Kluhrn Requisites
With many othai artlolee whlou we deem uuueies
sary te enumerate.
QRtEN k WILLIAMS,
nov 28 d Auctioneers
Y WAlik Ai UAUN lt.D Auf.iotiftrt,
Cora 1'euns Ave ana mncn icreci
LJHOE AUD rfRRMl'lVNV HAL OP AX ELI
GANT ASStmTMKM OF LADIES' A P t.r'J Li
MK.nS FUHS, iLKJGU-RVItiS, tfl , JO , aTAL'C
I70UV. On THURBDAY 110 UN I NO ntxt. tho ZSth In
iUnt, ooinmenclnff at 1 o'cl-ck, we wllnlly cat
alogue, t oar Auction Itoonn, a Largo nml Sujn rb
Anior'ment ot Ladiet' and Grn'lrme't's Fun n4
Hlrlh rait,hc JuBtntvlred fllrtcttromonrof II
Largest Import! and Miuufncturf mon Itrouiwij-,
New York, bII made npexpily Jor iliirtatnt
tituon.and oj'lha lattol Jtyltn, auu wilt I e wurnuit
ed tree from moth, rouipn ug
Larjfl Mink, kndtot. Hay, anl other Sabl, Cur
, uinalu, Oapci, Ta'm , and $?Vr
Stone Marten. Mick, FHch,piid Lmihe
H.Lh fttH and HtniFle Fi.Cfi Hto t Marten.
WaUr Mmk.UoTmtala Marten, 'lb rian Squirrel.
Geimiin Vlich, Sliver MarUn.hbd Hoyni frqali'
Fur, heal, Btfarar, and other (Hot-"'.
Ottar Ctt), JJeavtrr nud (thtr JIuiUsT-
AIs-o, evry vtsffittyul LaJlr- oudCi dren' Fur.,
Fin Av C rrliDft mid Kltirti rubt. L nt J ai.il Du
taned IltiiTalo linbv i. Fur Cout, o An
Aai thti rm1s will In unliout ifmrvw, I iT.ru a flne
opportunity for ladlei and g n It in t in rupply
thfmrt.Tti with fiut c a i lur .ml - ibTiiti tii
ladifeH and the ublio g.itral y to th j ule.
WALL 4. UAUNAItn,
nor 23 AtcttOLtera
ja-TIit ahnve asilu le postiHitie.il until
nov SS " all & nabiauu
rYU INVKNIOItS AU llNI sijt,
L MUNN s: CO proprle'ors ol tin. 'vlcctlso
urelttn er.d sgentr 101 t -o- urine Aro-rtrsD sua
X utV KC 33 3S7 rC tj, ,
VFilli Svtteen Yearn Eiyt ient in tru U'uimett.
Heterto Hon Judge lliteou lloi Jt h licit,
Hon W. It Uhhop. vx-CoiAnili-einne j vf ntelllri,
and ro more than fifteen IN uenni iuveiitoie vho
have had business doae tbiiut,n Mun. .1 1 o 1'i.t
I'stm hlct oi advice sent free tj ruaU
Patent Laws and Itrgulatio, . leo j-arrs 11 cecis,
Xtoohargv for consultation, orally or by tajit
Prellruluary Lxuniluatlon la LiJtsd uien Pater t
Odloe, t6 '
Ofhi es. No 87 Park How, New Yur U a hlagton.
corner or K and Seventh treet.o;i '' the Patent
WASllINdTO.V, Nov. -40111, 1301 Tile.
.. .isrinvp.hln nt, eluritre ext.lin.r ui,dsr Hie
style of HALL i WLtlC-i.ls this day dissolved
ny rnuiusi vunssui
' HA HALL,
1UUI C EhK1?
The buslnees will hereafter be condncted by II. A
U ALL CO . to whom all enters must le adnreesed
U. A. It ILL i CO,
nov M St 0 Psnnsylvanla avenue
CTTKUI BUrrKRI UUTTfcUt
100 kesrs choice Qoehen Butter. Ju.t rtoelrsd and
for sale cheap, ly
F B HAlTINuH CO ,
3K3 D street, facisT Pi avenue,
novM tf Phlluaiwo le building
GRAIN LKATHEK 11001 S,
Jus, r..lied,,.nd f.r .leeheap, b,
nov So tl 'bl hsriuoulo Building
y-ANTLD, o im whUl lnJ Urlujy Bottle.
Cosh on delivery
L K.U HAHIINOSSI.O,
nov90-tf 343 D street facing Pa avenue
QnUfllAN Ii'.AUQl'Allf Kit
Moiioy to Gormoiiy
And nil Parts or the f'onutry.
Holiday presenu er Uaruburg itean.tr of tl e 30th
Nuremher .. , -
IS Uarlet St see
nvBlgiof the Oeru-an 1 leg.-fca,
nov VP If