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Deaths of Soldier. , l
The following soldiers have died since our
A. 0. Puffer, oompany O, Tenth Haaaaohu'
setts regiment, of typhoid pneumonia.
Daniel Canrker, company H, Ninety -sixth
Pennsylvania regiment, of typhoid fever, at
James Franklin, company 0, Forty-fifth Penn
sylvania regiment, at Seminary Hospital.
F. N. Smith, company 0, Eleventh Pennsylva
J. 8. Turner, company D, Third Michigan
regiment, at Columbian College.
8. F. Davis, onmpary E, Seventh Maine regi
ment, at Columbian College.
John Wise, company A, Eleventh Pennsylva
nia regiment, at Columbian College.
Oeorgo W. Krlner, oompany B, Kane rlflo
regiment, at camp.
John A. Johnson, company A, Sixteenth In
diana reglmont, at Patent Offloe.
Corporal F. M. Oilman, oompany I, Seventh
Maine regiment, at Kalorama.
Jaoob Houseman, oompany B.'Fifth United
States cavalry, at Kalorama.
Jeremiah Abbott, oompany L, First Michigan
William Immell, company K, Eighth regiment
Pennsylvania volunteers, at St. Elizabeth Hos
pital. Edward Collins, comnanr B. Ninth Massa
chusetts regiment, at Soldier's Home Hospital,
uapitoi inn. f
Demand for Stores In 'Washington and
The effect of the aotlvtty and newer varieties
of business in this olty oontlnues to be shown
upon pr perty. The five large warehouses
now In course of erootlnn, In the burnt dls
trlot, on the south side of Pennsylvania avenue,
west of Four-and-a-half street, are already In
demand, and one belonging to Mr. Emory Is en
gaged In advance at $2,000 per annum, while
another, of like cbaraoter.U also routed. They
are first-class buildings of that sort. The de
mand for stores and business Dlaces In Alex
andrla Is also creasing. It Is understood, at this
time, and along King street, an active mart of
tne oiaen time, a aesiranie storenousa is aim
cult to be obtained. A building that had been
tor two yearr idle was taken at $500, and now
would command a laree advance. A lame and
varied business Is done with the army In that
The Union Hospital, Georgetown.
A short visit which we made to this Govern'
ment establishment yesterday, gave us much
pleasure. We were agreeably surprised in
finding everything in suoh exoeilent order aa
k was displayed in regard to accommodations,
ic, ior our wounaea ana sick soldiers.
Through the kindness .of Dr. J. Downing, the
excellent head of the hospital, we were con
ducted by Socretary Smith through the various
wuras oi mis targe estaDiisnment, wnere we
found evervtblnz that could tend to alleviate
the sufferings and conduce to the comfort of
the Inmates. The efficiency of the offloers of
inis institution was manliest at a glance, ana
wo feel certain that the Government could not
have placed It In better hands. Among those
we noticed as particularly praiseworthy, we
would mention Dr. J. Downing and his assistant
Dr. Ramsey, together with Seoretary Smith,
Daniel Leary, hospital steward, and 0. Bacon,
wardmaster, from all of whom 'we received
much politeness and attention.
King's Rational Circus.
This afternoon's and evening's exhibitions
will terminate the temporary sojourn of King's
Equestrian Troupe. On Monday, the ooncern
will open n Georgetown, D. C, for throe days
and nights, after which It will v sit Alexandria.
b In two-weeks time, the amphitheatre will be
oompleted, and Mr. King will open In grand
style. The) building will be oOmmodloua and
comfortable, and the performances will be
seoond to none In the world. New faoes will
appear, and ruVnor has it that Dan Rice, Esq.,
tbe celebrated humorist, the Demosthenes of
the ring, will nlav a brief engagement. We
hope so, for Mr. Dan Rice Is a man of mark,
whose patriotic speeches have made him a
favorite with all loyal Union-loving men.
About nine o'clook on Thursday night, a gen
tleman residing on M street, near Twelfth, was
called to his door by a violent ringing. He
opened It, when the person who had rung, a
young man by the name of John Darrell, a den
tist here, a strong secessionist, and suspected
nf carrying letters through Maryland to. Vir
ginia, began swearing, and struck him a severe
blow with his clenohed fist, In the eye. The
gentleman, although ovor fifty years, seized his
Kisallant, who was rather drunk, and, after
knocking him down with a oane, secured him
until the arrival ef Polleeman Rodgers, when
he was taken to the watoh-house before Justioe
Clark, by whom he was bound over to answer
for a oharge of assault and battery.
i i ,
On Thursday night a little boy of about five
or six years of age was found wandering about
the streets, and was taken to the guard-house.
He oan give no aooount of himself where he
came from, or where his parents reside, and
says his name Is " Pete." He is thinly olad,
barefooted, and has a bad sore or stone-bruise
under tbe toes of bis loft foot. He is well cared
for -by Sergeant Gitllngs and the patrolmen,
who would like to restore him to bis parents.
Tbe Burns Club will celebrate tbe anniver
sary of Scotland's patron saint this evening, at
Dorman's restaurant. S30 -Seventh street, oo-
posite the Avenue House. From the exoellent
refutation of the establishment over whloh Mr.
Dorman Dresldes. aud the (rental sDlrlt of those
composing the olub, we may anticipate an un
usually agreeable time fur tbe admirers of St.
Androw. Supper will be on the table at seven
Second Wisconsin llcsrlment.
The members of tbe Second Wisoonsin regi
ment celebrated Thanksgiving Day in fine style.
A Bplendld dinner was served up for the occa
sion, of whloh the entire regiment partook. A
grand review took plaoe in the afternoon, at
which were present Senator Wilson, of Massa
chusetts; General King, and Colonel Mansfield,
The pleasure-seeking portion of our commu
nity will certainly be gratified by attending
either of tho places of amusement now open In
the olty. See the advertisements of the Canter
bury and tbe Cirous. Tom King and George
l'eroival understand fully tbe wishes of tbe
The Dead Letter Offlce.
1-ast week there were received at tbe Dead
Letter Offloe four thousand and twelve letters.
Cf Ihaa. nlnntit a j Vr, I. .. -. . Ialt ntail .
two hundred and elgbteou had been uncalled
ior ; one nunarea ana niiy-nino were unintelli
gible, and fifty-throe contained money amount'
ing, In tbe aggregate, to $291.50. Forty-three
iiuu urnu auu uueuas to tue amount OIS12,odj
Ron the liloclcade.
Sovoral small vessels loaded with coal, oys-
lern. iuibku, nu., uniun up uiu river yeatcraay.
tt'jine nf the vesse s pa-sod within easy range
4ii mo reuei uauuries, uut wore nut moiestea,
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The District llealment.
The District regiment, Col. Tult. who left this
city ou Thursday, for duty on the Baltimore and
Washington railroad, will guard that road be
tween uiadonsDurg ana ueitsviue.
Tbo ovi'lence in the oaae of Jones vs. Der
molt, has been closed, and yesterdav Mr. Root
J. Brent prayed cortaln Instructions to the
. Large 'Docket.
Tho docket of tbe orlmlual oourt at the com.
Ing season, will bo unusually heavy. No less
than eleven murder cases will some up before
The Jail ftt ockvllle Destroyed by Fire,
The Monti-ornery oounty (Maryland) Jail, at
Bockrlllsi WM destroyed by fire on Wednesday
morning. The building was fired' by (.'prisoner
common in tne jau on tne cnarge oi sotting nre,
a couple of weeks Kgj, to gome grain: and hay
tacks belnrglng to Mr. Elbert Bhaw. The man
Is thought -to be Insane, and admitted that be
bad fired the building, but assigned no reason
for so doing. He broke out of the oell In whloh,
he, with two soldiers, was confined, leaving his
companions asleep, and fastened them up, and
then set fire to a window frame, the flames from
whloh aeon oommuntoated to tne roof.: 'it was
with mi dlffioultv that nart of the nrlsoners
were resoued from the burning structure,
which was totally destroyed. There were nine
teen prisoners conflnod In the Jail, none of
wnom escapca in tne oomusion.
This popular plaoe of amusement had another
large audience last night, notwithstanding the
bad west ho r. Dick Parker and Harry Fox are
rowing to he great favorites, and well do they
eserve It. Miss La Folle, one of the principal
dancing ladles at the Canterbury, cannot be
excelled. Her part In the Octoroon Is received
nightly with great applause. The beautiful
liftilat Tji Ritff rlpvtf I. nnfl nf ttiA E-rAfttnut fan.
rtures In the entertainment. We have never
seen It put on the stage In better style. This
afternoon, a matinee Is given for ladles and
children, and we have no doubt It will be well
attended. On Thursday afternoon, the house
was crowded with ladles and ohtldren. An
immense bill .for to-night is offered. No one
should fall to go to tbe Canterbury.
A Domestic Row.
Mrs. Fitzgerald was arrested, last night, by
Officer Pendeli, upon tne complaint orner nus-
oanu, ior raising rauiouu " iu uis unauu. wuiuu
is located on English Hill, and for breaking and
otherwise maltreating him. Justioe Clark, who
did not annrove of the nroceedings. looted tne
belligerent lady up for a further bearing this
Mailing Llqsior to Soldiers.
E. Reynolds was arrested by the Provost
Guard tor selling liquor to soldiers. He was
held for appearance at court by Justioe Donn.
Up'to ten o'clock last night, hut three pris
oners had been brought to the central station
On Thursday, while two young men were out
gunning near Berry's Woods, their dog flushed
a partridge, when one of the parly fired, burst
ing the lock or his gun.' and badly lijurlng his
, a i
Le Son Ton, for December, containing valun
ble patterns and fashion-plates. Bhllllngtonhas
also received Lealie't Magazine, Godey's Lady's
Boole, Harper's, nnd all the other magazines for
Deoember. Citizens, soldiers, sutlers, pedlars,
and news-dealers, supplied with stationery,
blank books, newspapers, and cheap publica
tions at the very lowest prices. Shtlllngton,
Odeon Building, corner Four-and-a-half street
and Pennsylvania avenue, has a largo assort
ment of diaries and almanacs for 1862.
nov S8 3t
Whltehurst. Ho. 43 Penn. Avenue,
Is selling original cartel de visile photographs
of Generals Scott. McClellan. Wool. Banks. Fre
mont, Butler, and- others.. Our likeness or
McClellan Is the latest published, and Is con
sidered the best In existence. Sea our photo
Srahs In oil and water colors. Also portraits oi
tstlnguished men. Attention of military men
is called to our run lengtn leueriypes, iorsena
lpg by mall. nov 13 lm
India Knbber floods. '
Iadla Rubber Blankets, for $1.26 each.
India Babber Blankets, eery torceite, $2 SO each.
India Bubber Costs, 31 60 each
India Rubber Ponchos, slightly damaged, $1 each,
India Babber Leggings, Slper pair.
Iadla Rubber Warehouse,
308 Pennsylvania avenue,
nov 81 tf Between Ninth and tenth streets
The Crjr is, IUU they Come
And all ws eaa hear is, " War I war I warl"
Bat, for my part, I am tired ef the old story of war.
Bat, oh I Mrs. Brows, bare you heard the very
lituliiiwil No. WhT.8MITII.No. 408 tenth
street, has Just received a new stock of IT ALL
CLOTHING of every description, and he offers to
seU them at men low prloei. They ear he has a
KnaoK ox selling nis gooos at lower rates un u.
other stores. How he does It, I do not know. Bat,
tor my part, I eaa inure -you, airs. Brown, tnat ne
oaa tit out your bevs with nice CLOTUINU at re
markably low prices. J advise all to call at
SMITH'S, No. 480 Seventh street, opposite Post
Office, and look at his New Stock, and they will be
oonvlneed that what Mrs. Jones said, Is so.
On tbe 28th instant, In Georgetown, D. C, by
the Rev. Beptlmus Tustln, D. D., Julius S. Ho
Alustib, u. S. A., to Miss NanistrrTX-S. Stal-
N-FBOOIUCII OF SUVKHY
IN THE UNITED STATUS
BT QKOBOK M. WESTON.
Copies of this work are for sale at the publication
office of the National RtpvbUcan, corner of Seventh
and D streets.
Bound edition, tl per copy. Pamphlet edition, 21
cents per oopy. aprft tf
JS3-JC STHJCKT BAPTIST OUVBCOr-
Prcachlngon Sabbath Morning and Evening, by
the Pastor, Ber. J. 8. Kennard, commencing at 11
o'clook A. M., and 1 P M Visitors to the olty are
cordially invited. Sabbath School at o'clook.
nov so it
S3- Darns Club will celebrate the anniversary
of St Andrew, on the 30th Instant, (SATURDAY
EVENING,) at Dorman's Hotel, 538 Seventh
rtrtet,oppoelteAvenueHouse. Sapper o the table
at 1 o'clook. Tickets to be had at the bar of the
hotel. ALEX. WILLIAMSON,
nov 2T It Secretary.
49 Having been authorised, by tbe
War Department, to raise and organise a regiment
of Infantry, to serve In, the District of Columbia as
a home guard, persons wishing to raise sua com
mand companies la this regiment will report to the
General Besrultlng officer, at his headquarters,
room No. 10, Washington Buildings, corner Penn
sylvania avenue and Seventh street, third story,
ISAAC A. PECK.
Wass KOTOS, D. C,
November 11, 1881. nov 11
49-Company A, United States "Engi
neers. Fifty Intelligent snd able-bodied men will
be eaUstcd to fill this Company to ths maximum
fixed by law, 180 men. Inquire at No. 242 O street
Pay from 813 to 884 per month, besides food and
clothing. aug tl tf
3- Tbe Union Prayer Meeting will be
holden, every day this week, In the English Lu
theran Church, corner of Eleventh and II streets,
to commence at four o'clock. To be continued one
hour only. oot 8 f
TO IlKNT A nice close Carriage nnd
HOUSES will be rented cheap to a family for
the winter. Apply to
ANDREW J. JOYCE,
Corner of K aud Fourteenth sts.,
nor it Oppee Witlard's Hotel.
"DOARDINO. number of Gentlemen
JJ and Ladles eau be accommodated with plesssnt
boarding at the house No. 418 E street, between
Eighth and Ninth, formerly occupied by Mrs
Klngiford, as a veung ladles semlnsry. AIM, a
number or table boarders eta be accommodated,
T-v-r animern a ..... . ..
X .. .between the age of 11 and 18. to take care of
a child, and nuke herself generally useful. In a
small family. Apply at tbe " McOLEbLAN AM
BUOTYPE BOOMS," No. 820 Seventh itreet.
nov 80 lt
BAKHR.8 WANTED. Two Good Bakers
at the New York Pie and Cake Bakery, on
Seventh itreet, near Maryland avenue, (Island.)
nov 808t 8. PATEN,
Tbe Transport ."Hindis at New York.
tare and Stripes floatlngon Georgia Soil
y TjW Mand Oecdpltd by onr Troops.
BHUFORT STILL UNOCCUPIED.
New York, November 29, 1861. Tho steamer
Illinois, from Port Royal on Monday afteernoon,
tbo 25th Instant, arrived at this port today,
bringing a mall and seventy-four passengers.
Among the passengers are Captain Yard, of the
sloop-of-war Dale, who brings fourteen prison
ers oaptured in the sohooners Specie and Ma
bel. ' .
Edward Cuthbert, a planter, who was taken
firlsoner on Ladles Island, near Beaufort, Vras
anded at Fort Lafayette, by the Illinois, before
The United States steamor Flag arrived at
Port Royal on the Mth, and reported that Ty
bee Island, after being slightly shelled by the
United States gunboats Pooahontas, Sonooa,
Augusta, and the Flag, to whloh attaok there
was no response, was taken possession of by
the hoisting of the American flag by a force ut
marines, wno were sent on snore, ana rouna
tbe rebel works evaouated.
Tybee Island la at the mouth of the Savannah
Contrabands continued to arrive at Port
Royal In large numbers.
Oen. Sherman has built entrenohments across
the whole Island. ,
Sore throat diseases prevailed among tbe
Large quantities of cotton, uninjured, were
still rouna in tne siorenouses ana Darns.
Another expedition, consisting nf two brta,
ades, under Oen. Vellle, was to sail soon from
port lloyai ior soma port on mo southern
The steamers Emnlre Cltr.Cahawba. Marlon.
McClellan, Matanzas, Oriental, and all the light
gunnoata were to oe empiuyea in ine new ex
nedltlon. 13eauioriWas sun unocounieu Dy nur troops,
but two gunboats were anohored off the town.
Privates V. B. Hubbard and Inflan, of the
Eighth, and Private Nash, of tbe Ninth Maine
regiment, had died.
The steamer Ericsson has also arrived at this
port, (New York,; bringing one prisoner and
fortv.threa laborers from Port Royal:
The sohooner Essex had arrived at Hilton
Head, reporting that she had boennbased and
fired at by a pirate several times between St.
Helena bouna ana union tieaa.
Front Fortress Monroe.
T1IK ENKMY HOLD BACK THE NKWrt FROM HEN-
Baltimore. Nov. 29. The Old Point boat
brings no later'news. The flag of truce brought
down two or three ladles, but no news.
The rebels are evidently endeavoring to Keep
Daotc tne uoutnern news.
The Old Point boat brought up Lieutenant
Robert fielden, U. S. navy, and "William A Ab
bott, also of tbe navy, who have been released
by the rebels on their parole of honor. Thor
are en route tor Washington. They have been
prltoners for seven months, inese omcers
knew nothing of the affair at Pensacola, ex
cepting tbe brief statement they saw In tbe
late Rlohmond papers, saying there had been
an engagement at Pensacola. No particulars
POSITION OF TUB BEBEL, rOBCEg IN MISSOURI.
Jlolla, Mo., Nov. 27. Soouts arrived this
morning, bringing defintto and reliable reports
of the movements of the enemy In the south
western portion of the State. They were In
tue camp oi tne reoeis at oarooxie on inure
General McCullooh has marched to Spring
field, where be is now encamped with a force
oi iour tnousana men.
General Bains, who had command at Bar
coxle, with 7,000 men, left that place on Friday
last, and has lolned McCullooh by this time.
General Prloe was at Palnville, MoDonald
county, with the balance of tbo rebel army.
He, also, took up his march on Friday, and Is
advancing northward to Join McCullooh and
Prloe, on his march, desolated the oountry
and destroyed everything, In order to prevent
our troops irom getting in nis rear.
There are no large bodies of rebels between
this point and Springfield.
There are over a thousand refugee families
now here, many of them being In a destitute
condition, with a pitiful prospect for the win
ter, and more are constantly arriving.
T1IK REBEL KENTUCKY CONVENTION THE
PIRATE 8UMTIB AGAIN.
St. Louis, Nov. 23. The Bowling Green Cou
rier, of the 21st Instant, says that the rebel
Brigadier General Geo. B. Crittenden, brotbor
of Thomas T. Crittenden, the Federal general,
has been promoted to a major generalship, and
assigned to the department of Cumbeiland
David L. Patterson, son In-law of Andrew
Johnson, of Tennessee, was arrested on tbe
19th ult.. and sent to Knoxvllle for trial.
The rebel Convention at Russellvllle. Ken
tucky, bas made a Declaration or Independence,
paused an Ordinance of Secession, and adoptod
the laws and constitution of Kentucky, where
not Inconsistent with the aots of tire rebel Gov
It lsreDorted that the nlratefiumter has been
oaptured on tbe coast of Texas, by tbe United
states ingate magara.
This may be a new version of an old story.
IMPORTANT FROM BOSTON.
Boston, November 28, 1801. U. A. Carter, a
memoer oi tue late staryiana legislature, was
reieasea irom rori narreu io-aay.
Tbe following political prisoners, from Ken
tuoky, were also reieasea: J. W, Roberts, Jo
seph T. McFest, W. E. Urubbs, Stephen Wool
dridge, J. W. Griffin, Louis Holsolaw, Frank
Crow. H. Thurber. J. Blok. and A. McDowell.
Colonel Lee, of the Massachusetts Twentieth
regiment, writes from Rlohmond, in a letter
dated the 18th Instant, that, as one of the ofii
cers drawn, by lot, to offset the course of our
Government towards the rebel pirates, he is
tbe Inmate of a cell in the Jail at Richmond, as
also areother officers. His health Is good, and
be gives tbo same acoountor Major Itevere,
and Captains Bowman and Rockwood, who are
confined with blm.
Colonel Lee adds that he Is nermltted to say.
on good rebel authority, that the rebels are not
only wining, out anxious to cnect an excuango
THE WESTERN VIRGINIA CONVENTION,
Wheeling, Nov. 28. Tho full organlrallon of
tne western Virginia convention was poriecteu
to-day. worn oi lorming a male conven
tion has been assigned to nine committees,
There Is no division of sentiment on the new
Tbo buslnoss will be dispatohed us fast as
possible, and an application made to Congress
early In the session for admittance Into the
Tbe goneral outside opinion Is that a gradual
emancipation clause will lie adopted In the
. i ...
THK FIRST fllANKSalVINO IN VIRGINIA.
Wheeling, Nov. 28. For fie first time in the
Wstory of the Commonwealth, to day was ob
served as Thanksgiving, Gov. Plorpont being
the first GovernbtXvhd ever proclaimed one.
Business in this city was entirely suspended,
and tbe churches well attended.
ARRIVAL, OF (IKK. FREMONT.
.Win York, Nov 29. General Fremont ar
rived hdre last night, and will remain hero a
SADObB HOIIBK VOtl SALIC, j.
Was trained, snd bai been used for 2uET
tome time, by a Held officer, and is lu ' ' -
every wsy adipred to luch psrpooe. In
quire of KBLEHEtt k PYEWELL, Eight itreet,
near E. nov 21 3t
BOAHD WANTED,-A furnished lloonl
and Board wanted for a widow lady, where the
quiet and comforts of a home rasy be had, In a prl
vate family. Addresi " C. B ," RrpuUtcan offlce.
nov 2 St
gtCK AND WDKI? 8ULUIEIU IN
Published IU, Conformity wlttl tho resolution pi
" ' t&! Senate or July Jfi, 1861.
At iSen&nmy Ilotpltal, (itopjrlown, Nov. 2l '
Id U.S. Infantry a
1A Maine volunteer).. 1
83d Penn. Volunteers. 1
Sd Vermont Vol 1
to. do ao Ii
BthMsst. Vol I
eothdo do (aj j
13th New xsrx vols., i
do lb) I
do ... t
1st Tens Volunteers. 3
4th Mich Volunteers.. 2
2d Wisconsin Vol 1
Mb do do 1
6th do do
1th do do t
Exeehtor Brigade 8
(a) Two omctrs (o) One offloer. (c) One offloer.
At General Hospital. Union Hotel, corner of
Bridgt and WaMrvjtxm ((reefs, Georgetown,
Mth N.Y. Volunteers. S 2d Vermont do 1
11th do do 11 3d do do 4
llth do do 1 6th do do 18
ltth do do 4 1st Michigan do 1
22d do do 4 2d do do M
24th do do 1 Sd do do 1
29th da do 1 4th do do 2
21th do do 1 2d Wisoonsin do 1
33d do do 1 eth do do 1
Soto, do do 1 1st Minnesota do 1
43d do do 1 lstCalUbmla do 8
4Mb do do 1 1st Kzcelslor Brigade. 8
80th do do 3 2d do do.... 1
10th do do 2 3d do do. ...11
4th Penn Voluntiert. 1 lit Msrvlsnd Vols.... 1
eth do 'do 2 2d Penn. Cavalry 2
1th do do 1 8d do do 1
8th do do 1 Oneida Coanty Cav'ry 1
llth do. do 1 lit Penn. Artillery.... 1
12th do do 2 6th U. 8. Artillery.... 1
23d do do 1 Jth It. I. Artillery.... 1
26th do do t lit N.J do 1
21th do lo 2 lit N. Y. Artillery.... 4
30th do do 1 21 do do 3
48th do do 4 eth do do 1
46th do do S lit Indiana Blllss 1
Id Maine Volunteers.. 1 Mott's Battery 1
1th do do 1 DeKalb Regiment... 1
sdN. II. Volunteers.. 2 Engineer Corj 1
3d do do 2 .
4th It. I. Volunteers.. " Total 181
At Hospital at Columbian College, Washington,
2d Mains Volnnt'n... 4
8th do do ... 1
1th do do.... I
tth do do.... 1
ltth do do.... 2
Sd Vermont Volunteers 2
eth N. J. Volunteers.. 2
1th do do 1
lt Penn. Artillery.... 2
Harlan's Penn. Cav... 1
Chromsu's Rifles 2
1st renn. Volunteers.. 1
3d do ao i
8th do Mo .10
10th Mats. Volunteers 3
llth do do 1
lSth do do 1
lit Long Iilsnd Vol... 1
Ilsrris'i Cavalry 2
2 Id do
lit New York Cavalry 1
IstMlohlgan Cavalry. 8
lit do Vols.... 2
2d do do 1
3d do do 10
4th do do 2
sth do do.. (a) 8
1st Excelsior Brigade. 3
2d do do.... 2
DeKalb N.Y". Vols.. S
Lincoln Cavalry 1
lit U.S. Chasseurs.... 1
Oneida N.Y. Cavalry. 1
McClellan ' Dragoons. 1
1st N.J. Cavalry 4
2d do Vol 1
3d do do 1
Sth do do 1
Btoekton's Mich. Vols. 2
8th Wisconsin Vols.... 1
eth do do 3
1th do do..
lit Minnesota do....,
ltth Indiana Vol....
8th Illinois Cavalry..',
lit D. C. Volunteers.,
(a) One officer.
At General Hospital, (arete,) rKiuMnoton,
Sth U.S. Infantry.... 2
Sid New York Vol.... S
84th do do.... i
4th C.S. Cavalry.,
8th do do
44th do do.... 1
2d Penn. Cav. Vol.... 1
til Pens. Volunteers. 1
4thN. U. Volunteer J.. 1
latD C. Volunteers.. 1
let Michigan Vol 2
1th Me. Volunteers... 1
llth do do 1
2dU. 8. Infantry.
34 do do....
10,h do do....
Ai lfth District School Iloust Hospital, JJrancli
of General Hospital on IS street, Nov. 22.
3d Mich. Volunteers. 1
sth do do 1
80th Penn. Volunteers 1
23d do do 1
12th do do 1
29ih N. Y. Volunteers. 1
loth Mass Volunteers. 1
lit Excelsior Brigade. 1
2d Vt Volunteers 1
8th Rhode Island Vol. 1
lit Kentucky Cavalry. 1
4'h Penn. do 1
Ohio Cavalry (unt;.. 1
Bick remaining in the Hospital for Eruptive
iHseasts, at liaiorama, kov. ll.
8d U.S. Infantry
4th do Cavalry
8th do do ,
Oth do do ,
2d Maine Vo unlets.
Jth do do
ltd Vermont eo
lit N.Y. Artillery....
44th N. Y. Volunteers
821 Penn. Volunteers
ith do do
Mth do do
Slit do do
lt do Artillery.,
lt Michigan Cavalry,
3d do Vol
1th Wisconsin Vol
19th Indiana Vol
3d Excelsior Brlgsde. 1
Ilsrris Light Gsvalry. s
td Rerdan'iShar s'ri. 1
lit Pennsylvania Vol.. 1
8lh do do... 1
36th do do(a) 2
l.t do Cavalry. 1
Quartermsster's Dep't 1
(a) Two officers.
At St. Elisabeth Hospital, Eastern Branch, Nov.
1st Excelsior Brigade. 4
Sth N.Y. Volunteer!.. 4
iOth do do 1
sth Vermont do in
Cameron Bides 3
Urlckel's Art. Battel.. 3
At Indiana Hoptfil, (FateiU Office,) Washing
ton, D. V,Noo. 21.
19th Indiana Vol 81
18th do do 8
sd do Cavalry . 8
Berdan'a Sharpihoot'i 8
81it N. Y. Volunteer!. I
SOW Penn. Volunteers 2 I
At General Hospital, Alexandria, Nov. 22.
lit New York Cavalry 1
16th New York Vol... 2
IstR I Artillery.... 1
j 2d Mich. Volunteers.. 11
letli do io....il
17th do do.... 8
18th do do.... .1
25th do do.... 1
26th do do ... 6
21th do do. ...lo
Slit do do..,. 8
B2d do do.. ..11
87th do do.... 1
88th do do.... 3
40th do do.... 1
19tli do do,... 1
OU UU UU..,i
i Sth do do. .
Sd Maine Volunteer i.
I 4th do do
5th do do
lt New Jersey Vol.
5th do do
lit N. J, Cavalry. .
2d Klre Zouaves
2d Vermont Vol 1
lit MlnneMta Vol 1
lit Mass Artillery ... 8
llth Penn Cavalry. .14
Sjd Penn. Volunteers. 14
cut do do 2
88th do do 4
09th do do 2
nov 28 8t
Foil 11 It NT Two 1'A11L,IIUN, of easy
aoocsi. within one square of the Capitol Eu
quire at No. 8C2 New Jersey avenue, eouth of the
uepiiui euv in
CHLBSE! CIIKK4KI ClIKKjK
Liqaori, Tubaecoa, Clga'i,
mi'i, itAifiiii, i;racacre
All ou hand, and fir site atitau. by
F B HASllNllH A CO ,
;j:i D Ktreet.
nov 26 tf
(Fdimerly the Washington Asetmbly Koom,j'
LoaMana avenue, near corner of Sixth street, lo
the rear of the National snd Brown's Hotels,
OPEN EVERY NIGHTI
With the first talent la America.
To nifht, the beauttfal Ballet,
Dick Paxxta (funny LHck). ,. , at ths Cisitieor
Hasst Fox at the UASTaasosT.
W. B. Hiaaisoa at the Osaraascar,
M'lls FsaskLa Folls artbe OlsTstsnsr
Mi.s Julia llDDsox, the beautiful
songstress at the CAHTtntcar.
Musts Kxka Mitss, Wilus, Vis-
so, Pabii CtirroH, and a
host of others : at the CAKritsosr
For families, Ladles, nnd Children!.
Doori open at 2 o'clock.
AdmUslon- Children 10 cents.
Asmssios. Nights Parquet, S8 cents ; Parterre,
Doors open at T, commence at IU o'clock,
TTIKO'I NATIONAL, OIKCUal
A TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS
Can be recorded for the combined
EQUESTRIAN AMD ACBOBATIO TEOBPES.
Dutlag this week,
PERFORMANCES EVERY DAY at 2 O'CLOCK.
For the exprers convenience of those who
cannot attend tbe evening exhibitions.
PEEBLGSS FKKI DF THE ARKNA,
First appearance of the .-
OI.OWN AND COMIO BINQEB,
And alt the company, will appear
BOTH DAT AND NIQUT.
A choice seleotloa of Psperbauglngi, Warranted
Gold and Imitation Gold Band Window Shades;
also, Buff, Oreen,snd Blue Holland, by the yard or
made into Wlidow Shadei; Picture Cord and Tas
sels, different ilies snd oolors; Picture Nails, ttlngi.
AC.; alioihe handsomest assortment of Oval Picture
Frames in the city, from the best msnutsotoiy in the
country ; slso, PeiMuartoau and Card Vlilte H'rames.
AH article warranted ai represented, or no sale.
Parchailng for cash, all goods will be sold at the
lowert remunerative prices.
Allowing noolditock to accumulate, penoni need
ing the above goods will find new and desirable
A call solicited, sw Remember ths number.-VB
ao. oeyebtu iireet,
8 doors above Odd Fellnwi' Hall,
nov 24 Swlf
FAST FBEIOHT LINE
NEW YORK TO WASHINGTON
A Special Messenger will be lent through with
eaoh Train, in order to secure safety and dispatch.
ALL RAIL, WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS.
On and after MONDAY, Nor. llth, this Company
will receive and transport
Munitions of War, Government Stores, Sut
lers' Supplies for the Army, and alt
Miscellaneous Freight, at
WITHOUT BUll or BVI.K.
Special Contracts for Goods, in Large Quantifies,
a Ateaucea aaus.
3-Freliht received only at the Denot of tbe
Central Railroad of New Jersey, Pier No. 2, North
For further lnloimstlon.or special oontracts.en
quire at the
OJpcr of lt Company, v Broadway, jr. T. ,
Cr B4B reniuylvama artnut, iraisinefon Cuy.
49" Mark Goods," Government Dispatch.'-:.
Freight received fiom 8 a m. to 3 p. m.
A. D. HOPE,
cf tbe Hope Express Co ,
nov 28 lm 8tar snd Intell'gencer
Tvtr.aicR.TKD from CnmD IMchnrdson.
U nesr Fort Lyon, Virginia, from the Third regi
ment uicnigaa volunteers, iwmpany ii
Srrgtanl George A Bennett. , fair complexion, dark
eyee, dark hair, Is 5 feet S Inches high and 22 yean
of age, of genteel appearance; occupation, a book
keeper; dressed In blue eoldler'e tlothei.
amoral Gearyc 11". Jlemiit, fair complexion, gray
yes, black hair, 8 feet 7.'.' Inches In height and 22
years of age, dresaed In blue soldier's olotfaea
Corporal llo "W. fair complexion, dark eyes,
dark hair, 8 feet 8.'' Inches in height and 21 years of
The three left camp together, November 26th, 1851.
A reward of thirty dollars will be paid fo. their ap
prebemlon. K. D. BBYANT.
Captain Company II,
Third Regiment Mich. Voluuteeri.
nov 29 3t
TMTAIL. STKAMKK IlKINUKBR.
EVERT OTUEU DAY
TO AND FROM WASHINGTON
General Hooker's Division,
SICKLE3'S AND COWDEN'3 BRIGADE i.
THROUGH IN 3) HOURS.
The steamer leaves Jones's Wharf, foot
of Eleventh itreeet, on
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND FRIDAY,
at 9 o'clock, a m., (returning from ths Dlviilou,)
leaving Rum Point, Mattawamau Creek,
at ths same hour, on
TUESDAY, THURSDAY, AND SATURDAY.
jar Passengers and light Freight taken, (except
Fare to or from the Camp 81
Fare lor the round trip, (returning next day,) 3
Passengers are not required by the Government
to have Parses, except privates from their command
No meali furnished.
U3T Freights to be prepeld.
WILLIAM B. KIEIIL,
nov 29 lw Captain.
J AND Vln HA I. K,
1,000 dot. hand made Woolen Socks,
1,000 doz. hand-made Woolsn Socks,
1 ,000 doi. hand made Woolen Socks,
100 doi. White Cotton Ulovei,
103 dot. White Cotton Gloves,
100 doi. White Cotton Gloves.
A large assortment of
India Rubber Overcoati,
Blankets, Bootl, Lc., Le,
Together with a lirge supply ufSutlers' Goods oi
every description, which will be sold at the very
lowest prices, lor casn.
We are receiving, dally, Lancaster county, Penn
sylvanla, Butter, Potatoes, Apples, and Onions
Al'O, a large lot of Mince Meat, In 40 pound tubs,
and 50 barrels new Soar Krout
An examination of our stook is respectfully so
licited COCHRAN A UOBKItTSON,
No. 511 Ninth street,
nov 28 31 near Pennsylvania avenue
V J. C McOUlUK V CO., AuetUatrI
r jirroviii i fsicfv rtvvjs'i's?
On TUESDAY' UOltMfMU'J lscsmhir jSLtllf,
1 sYaVaFStU AW ItttUWtr IfrWIIHI
o'clook, in the esitern hovi of Corcorsn's Dulldlsge..
IJstreet between Vermont sveuoe snd SlateeiitlT
itreet, we ihsU tell alt thsjfsrnltsre and kfftcie. rr
ocmprlilng - "
nsp-rw uoiewooa utse nsuo torts, siooi,ina
Rosewood Etsgere, e'tgant Gilt French Mantel
Cloovs and Vasei '
Suit of Walnut Pluh covered Parlor Fumltere &
Rotcwtod Mtrble top Centre and Sofa Tables le
Uamssk Csrtsiei and Cornice, Shvdee ''(-
Handsome ltiuneli and Three ply Carpits, Rn,
Oilcloth, and Matting ' '
Aim ithalrs, Kocvers and Fancy Chairs -Oak
aidsboaid, Dialog Table
Oak Dltlng Chain, Lounge
Chios, illa,i, and Crockery Ware.
Silver plated Ice Pitchers, Walters, Castors,
Walnut and Mahogany BeJslsada, Buresui.aad
Excellent llslr snd II oik MattreMi, Bol.lefs,
sn I Pillows
Blankets, Comrorts,Rpreads,Shieti, Lc. .
Locking Gla-aes, Toilet bits
Stove., Refrigerator, Ac.
Together with a general assortment of Kltshea
JAB. C. McQUIBK k CO.,
nov 3 d Auctioneers.
V J. C. acauIUK & CO., Auctioneers,
ntVSTKVS HALS OP DKSltUBrjt RSSIDKVCK .
KA31 Vr THE CAPllVL.
On MONDAY afternoon, November lSth, at four
o'clock, on th premises, by virtue of a deed of trsst
from Jas.W. Robertson, dated January 4lh. 188,
snd duly reooided In liber J. A 8., No. 187, folios
lllet sea. .one of the lend records for Wasnlnetan
county, liu.,1 shall let lot numbered one.ln square
numoerea nine nnnorea ana ic ny-seven, situated at
the corner of Tenth street salt 2nd renniylvan a av.
tosether with the Imnrovenv ate. conilstlusof ttwu
story and attic Dwelling Jlo 1 1 1, with neoeuar, out
Terms: One thousand dolln ieath;tlie reau Isder
in six snd twelve months, wi' J Intstes:. seenn 1 be
a deed of truitouthe premliie
aii conveyances at ton cor, c i tne pu rcnastr.
If the terms of sale are not lomplled with vilthlr
flva days thereafter, the trusiei reservi I the rlf ht U
resell st tbe rlsa and expend sf tbe di 'aultlni pur
cesser . .
F aluHKi iaht, 'rustee
JAS. C. M.IIUlItfc i uo.,
nov 1 eodadi Auitloneeri
y-Ths above fjnle I postponed, u all,
Monday alternoon, Decemhiv 2d, easie hour and
J. V. MoUl I tK CO ,
nov 27 eodAdi Auctioneers
Y J. C. McOUIHN A CO , Auctioneers.
EXTENSIVE SALE OF .".00.000 IMPOU1EI
AXV V0ME3T10 CIOAUS.
On MONDAY morning, December Cd.commene
Inrsttl o'clock, we lhall wll. at tbe Wanuiostoi
Nations! Clear Stors ot Meiiiri. Homan 8: Cbandlee,
No. 467 i Fourteenth street, betWMen Pennsylvsnh
avenue and F I rest, opposite Wlllardi' Hotel, a
well-eelected stock of
300,000 Imported nnd Domestic Cigars.
of choice brandi, all of which have been selected by
Mr. A Honian, of the above Mrm, s msa of lbs most
extended expercnoe in the ctgsr batlnese Terms
N. B. Bidders who are not salloneu wlin lli'lr
pnrchastsat the time of delivery, need not receive
JAS C.to3UIKB 8. CO..
nov 27 eot.de Auctioneer!.
TY OKBKfl Ot WILLIAMS, Auclloneere.
GOVERNMENT SALE OF CONDEMNED
SUBSISTENCE STOItES AT AUCTION.
On MONDAY, the 2d day of December. 1881. we
shall sell, in front of onr store. No etc, corner ot
Seventh and D ttreets, corame icing at 10 o'clock A.
u., tne following aruc.es. vis:
14,800 lbs. Hicoo, 480 lbs. Ssgsr, 400 lbs.
0 bbls. Salt Beef, 8 bbls Pork, 2 bblt. Tongues
a bbls Floor, 8 bushels Beans, 45 gallons Molvsej
143 eaen, 81,824 lb. II. Bread, 264 bbls, 21,441
lbs. U. Bread
Terms cash, In specie or Its equivalent.
OBLEN a WILLIAMS,
nov 27 d Auctioneers
Y WALL As MAItNAllD. Auctioneers,
uor. renn. avs. nnu nmsn ssrsei.
URGE AND PKRKMI'TORr SALS OF AN KLK
OANT ASSORTMSK1 OF LADIB.Y AND OENTLl
MKN'S fans, SLttiail-ROBBS,Jv.,dC., AT AUC
TION. On THURSDAY MORNINO next, the 281b In
stant, commencing at lo o'clctk, we wll sell, by cat
alogue,atour Auction Rooms.a Large and Superb
Auortment or Ladles' and Oentlemen'i k'un and
Sleigh robes, Ac, Jnstrecolved direct from one of the
Largest Importers and Manufacturers on Broadway,
New York, all made ui expreily lor the present
season, and of the latest styles, ana will be warrant
ed tree from moth, comprising
Large Mink, Hudson Bsy, and other Sables, Car
ulnals, Capei, Talma, and Setts.
Stone Marten, Mink, Fltcu, and Ermine.
'RU.li Setts and Single Pieces Stone Marten.
Water Mink, Mountain Marten, Siberian Sqnlrrel.
Germain Kltch, Silver Marten, and Royal Squlr
Fur, Seal, Beaver, and other Gloves.
Otter Caps, Beaver snd other Mufflers.
Alio, every variety ot Ladles' and Children's Furl,
Fancy Cirrlate and Sleigh robes, Lined and un
taned Buffalo llobee, Fur Coats, Ao., Ac.
As the sale will be without reserve. It offers a tine
opportunity for ladlee and gentlemen to supply
taemse.vn with Urit-class furs, and we Invite the
lantes ana tue puouo generally to tne laie.
WALL & BARNARD,
nov SI Auctioneers.
ga-Tlie above sale Is postponed nnlll
nov SS WALL A BABNABD.
TO IKVKNTOKB AMU PATKNTJCKS.
MUNN A CO., proprietors of the scientific
Amerioan, and agents or procuring Americsa sad
-ST. -X- Jil XV M.- C9 .
With Sixteen Years Experience tn the Business.
Befer to Hon. Judas Mason. Hon Joeeuh llult.
Hon. W. D. Bishop, cx-Commlssionera of Patents,
and to more than fifteen thousand invtntore who
have had business dose through Munn A Co.'i Pat
rampniet ot navies sent ires oy man.
Patent Laws and Ueauhttlons. 100 naies. 28 oents.
No oharge for consultation, orally or oy mall.
Preliminary Examination In United Slates Patent
Offices, No. 87 Park Bow, New York; Washington,
corner of Y and Seventh etreeta, opposite the 1'ateui
Office mar 14 nmtr
TABIIinUTUN, NOV. -SUtn, IMI.-TOI-
r co Darlner.hip heietofore exlstina: under the
tyle of HALL L WKkKS, la this day dla-olved
by mutual consent
I, 1 TT.IT
1. A. A.Af.l.,
TIIEO. C. WEEKS.
The business will hereafter be conducted by H. A.
HALL a CO. .to whom all orders must he add reaaed.
II. A. UAL.1. i UU.,
nov 23 3t 308 Ptiinsylvania avenue.
UTTER I BUTl'EK I BUTTEU I
lOOkerschGicedMhea Butter. Just received and
for sale cheap, by
r ii iiAJ-iitiu.i at uu,,
W43 D itreet, facing Pa. avehue,
nov 28 tf Phllharmoslo Bulldlug.
e-tltaIN LEATHER BOOTS,
JI Just received, and for sale cheap, by
F. B. HASTINGS A CO ,
Phi harmonlo Building.
nov 26 tl
10,000 Whisky and Brandy Uottlei
Cssu on delivery.
F. B. HASTINGS A CO .
nov20 tf 333 D itreet, facing Pa. avenue
1 Kft TIBHCK4 HUOAIl CtlllKU I1ADIH,
' til mt. I waul and (Tip anla hv
4 sw s ,, ,, ,
U 1 s -
Ho, 6 Lorjla-iaot aeuutj.
tlllDN. BACON MIOL'LDKUS, ju.t
received aiul lor Ie by
receivuu mnu yLK fc C0KFIN
ao. LU LouUiint aytnue.
KLOUeU, In tor ntl for
LYLE & COFF1X,
No. 69 LoaUItn avenue
Alo, aiiency lor Avondale Rxtra and Family
Flour. Wheeler's beat brands reoeulngUallv For
sale by LYLU A COFFIN,
nov 87 lw No. 81 1 ouNlana avenue.
X7A11MTO ltlCNT. A Kami or IMS acres,
X1 snd Dwelling House, abiut lo miles from the
city, on Rook Creek.
Apply at 33:i U street, corner oi 1 weinn
uov 28 lw