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not according ly .
Celebration of St. Andrew's tiny by the
nurni Uiab or Washington.
Saturday last wag tha anniversary nf tlin
birth of St. Andrew, the patron .tint or Be it
land. St. Andrew' day among Scotchman
throughout the world, U not suffered to pas
without a demonstration of tome sort: accord
ingly, It annual rourrenoe, notwithstanding
the agitated and unsettled state of the country,
was celebrated, In an appropriate manner, by
thn sons of Sootla In thl ctty.
The St. Andrew' Soolety, whlob lias usually
celebrated the day In a publlo manner, having
Tailed to take any steps toward it celebration
the present year, toe Burns Club, Inspired with
n'.trlotlo love or their natlre land and all Its
various kindred asaoolatlons, determined not
to let the event pas without aomemark or
reaped from the Bootohmen of Washington.
Therefore, on Saturday evening, In accordan'-e
Willi previous notloe, thl association asaom
bled fa large number at Dorman's Hotel, on
Seventh street, when a highly agreeable
evening was spent, a the fallowing proceed
ings will illustrate:
After the oompany had become seated arouu I
the restive board, tho cover were removed,
presenting an inviting repast, consisting or ar
ticles or the most delicate, a well as those or
the most substantial charaoter ; which could
not fall to gratify those of the most fastidious
The president, Mr. Ja. Clephane, then ar so,
and after a few happy remarkn explanatory ul
the object of their assombllng, proposed the
" The day, and a' wha honor it."
Tbe following regular tn.isls were thon pro
posed, and responded to with great enthusiasm:
"Tbe land we-live In"
Song " Columbia I love thee." By Mr.
"Auld Scotia lie who has no affection for
lils native land,oan have none for any other.
" Breathes there a man with -foul so dead,
Who never to himself hath said.
This Is my own, my native land ;
Whoso heart hath ne'er within him burned
As home his footsteps he has turned
Prom wandering in a foreign land."
Mr. Henry Todd, In full and costly Highland
costume, sang with muoh effect the beautiful
aongby Burns, " Bonnie Charlie, noo awa."
" Though brief the raoa he ran,
Though rough and dark tbe path he trod,
Lived, died. In soul a man,
Tbe Image of his Uod."
"The President, of tho United Btatcs."
J. Minor, song" Red, White and Blue."
" The Queen of Great Britain and Ireland."
"Tha Ut. Androw Societies throughout the
J. Bword, song "A man's a man, for a that."
" The old flresld with IU kindred associa
tions." Mr. Ramsay responded, as f llnws:
Mb. President and OatTLUf cv i The toast I
have seleotedto night the old fireside I one
around which clusters many sunny memories
of tbe naat: in everv ateD of life it isoloselv
allied with our destiny. Who among us would
tike to chase away the early Impressions of our
childhood, when we were rocked to sleep on
our mother' kneo, and made by her gentle gui
dance our lisping morning prayer. Far away
over the broad Atlantlo.ln a village grey with
years, stand the old house whero our Infant
and boyish days were spent. Tbe merry laugh
of childish glee floats on the air with It silver?
cadenoo. Tbe glad shout of the happy boy is
heard above the hum of the peaceful hamlet
nestling In the lovely glen below, and as gloara
in' steals on around the ingle, alt father, moth
or, sisters, andbrothers.the big baw Ore blazes
cheerily, while the task for the morrow i con
ned, the books for the Saturday' fishing are
stressed, the sonrn of our own Barns are aung,
and tho stories nf the olden time are told, the
calm, happy, and peaceful day, closing when
tho aged sire, with reverential tono, road from
tho sacred page, and these vivid scenes of
that never to bo forgotten circle, crowded
around the old fireside.
But the pioture assumes a more sombre hue,
und tbe time comes when we must enter upon
the battle of the world ; and whatever our lot
In life may bo, there are many difficulties to be
overoome, many temptations to be resisted, and
many privations to be endured. But there Is
an oasis over them all, when we return for a
short period to the dear old home, and oonfide
our cares and sorrows to a mother's willing ear,
and wait trustingly for a father's guiding voice.
How tenderly dres she soothe our little caret,
and bow faithfully does he point with unerring
hand tbe rugged, hnnest path to tread 1 And
this association, this scone on tbe tbroshnld of
life, how bright It appears tonight, though
gone forover, when lit by the ray of memory
and cheered by the ruddy glow or the old fire
aldel But the picture gets still darker and
aterner, and we must bid farewell to the old
borne I The never ceasing ory of tbe world for
Ita vlotlms demands that we should enter on its
giddy arena. Tho soldier seeks for honor even
at the cannon's mouth ; and on the eve of bat
tle, as he sits by the camp fire, methlnks I oan
e tally discern tho face that crowd around him
in His waking dream. The Billor has his home
on tbe deep, amid the lashing nf the waves and
the bursting of the storm, where "shrieked
the timid und stood still the brave." Does his
fanoy tben carry him back to his midnight rev
elrv on the shore?
Ah, no, the old faces of Ills early dawn look
kindly on h'm now; tbe student pale and wan
at bis midnight lamp, what would he not give
fir one hour of the dooii and Ueamless sleeu of
fathers borne; the clergyman tells the story of
tbe Bible, and Its truths are more earnest and
winning when gleamed from the early pages or
rns me; toe meonanio wins nis oreaa, nae a
man, by the sweat of his brow, and the strokes
on tbe anvil ring more lustily while adding
another blazing faggot to the old hearth at
home. Still, all these may havo found the two
great prizes In life and are bappy In their new
domestic ties, the chart tlos that breathe around
the charmed circle of a wife atd children, for
" ' ri swett to hear the wateh dog's honest bsrk
Bay deep month'd welcoms as we draw near borne
Tig sweet tikn v there is an eye will mark
Our cosing and look brighter when we come,"
Others are drifting on tbe gale of adversity
tioa grant u may nut do mat ci despair may
hans an exile tar from the land or his birth, lie
knows not, neither does he taste tho sweets or
demestlo lira, but In his lonely garret, at an
ashless hearthstone, visions of the past Hit In
overy f.moled Bhape before him; but there is
one that thickens tho utterance of his Bneonli.
makes dim tbe vision or the eye, and almost
heart broken, be oan only sob out
I leva It, I love it and who shall dire
To chide me from lot lug tint old arm chair."
That vision whs the empty arm chair, where
his mother sat at tbe old fireside; but it
changes like the flash of a meteor as he looks
again, and a gush or wo nanly tonderness fills
his soul, for his mother still sits at the old fire
side. But we come to tho last and the saddest
ohange , when the shades of evening are closing
round tho picture, the second childhood, and
the " big, manly voice turning again to childish
treble pipes, and whistles In tbe sound." Even
then, we may have many oauses for a wish to
live. No I we will not die yot
-1 Not while matin of the thrush Is hssrd trom every
And Scotia's lovely heath Is bent by every sieging
But, if thn time must come, as onmo It will,
then, were It mine to choose, may my eyes ho
closed by some kind and friendly Soot closo by
the warm hearth of the old fireside!
The officers being called upon for their re
spective toasts, tho Pieshlent,
Mr. Clephane, proposed the following:
" Our and the Union's noble defenders the
The President remarked that this toast was
prompted by the presenoe of two volunteer
soldiers of Scottish descent, who had oome to
Jolu with them in dolug honor to him whose
birth they had mot to oommemnrate, All honor
to tbe noble volunteers, Tbrloo welcome should
they be to tbem on that occasion; ior bad not
men of their stamp oome forth so promptly and
cheerfully In response to the call of their ooun.
tryrtbey wtmld' probabtrKiiTs bserrtletjsmd
tho pleasure or meeting together at thst time.
All knew1 In what imminent danger the olty of
Washington whs at one time of being taken and
devastated by robel hands. Their next door
neighbor oould not be trusted, so thoroughly
wax society tainted with treason. Then, how
thankful should they not bo to the brave volnh
leers who had driven back the traitor horde,
and restored oonfldenoe and tranquility In our
midst. Though they might for a time be re
stricted In the enjoyment of some of,,thejr
former privileges, tnoy should not complain:
fur this restriction was necessary for the pub
llo good. He, however, believed the time win
not fir distant when the civil .iiitliority'wnuld
again assume control, and manage the affairs
or the country a heretofore. The national
ensign of tho Union must unmolested wave
over the most central as well as tbe most dis
tant points of the rf belllnus region. The Con.
slltutlon and tho laws must ho maintained and
obeyed. This the volunteers, Amorlcms.Sootch,
(rl'h, and Hermans, hid determined upon.
How grateful, then, ah 'uld we not be to the
volunteors, who, having reoured the safety nf
the capital, are now raarohing forward to pre
serve the Integrity and stability of the Ameri
can Union, and to hoist again the emblem or
freodom and liberty, torn down by traitor
There had been trouble In Soolland; but peace
now prevailed; and hebelloved tbe three coun
tries England, Ireland, and Soolland never
wore mnro firmly united In the bond of broth
erly feeling and affection than at Jhe present
time. They had forgotten their bitter anl
mosltles, and now dwelt together as If differ .
ence had never existed betweon the threo
countries. This he oaroestly hoped would be
tho case with this country, whloh had ever
been the hope of all lovers of liberty.
The Secretary, Mr. Alexandor Williamson,
" The educations) Institution of the coun
trylong may they flourish."
Song by Mr. 8tewart.
The Treasurer (Mr W. B. Todd) proposed
"The pages or Boottlsh blstorv Bright with
noble names, whose fame Is their country's
greatest glory, and her children's riohest In
heritance." Song" Betty Martin, nh 1" Mr. MoParlane.
Mr. Plnkerton nronosed
"Tho American Navy Recent demonstra
tions oave snown mat n nas lost none oi its
Received with enthusiasm, and resnnnded to
In a ong, " The Lass of Oowrie," by Mr. Tem-
Mr. 0. W. Flood proposed
" The entire United States, the adopted home
Mr Lamb proposed
" The health of our most worthy President,
The President resnnnded in a few nannr re.
marks, at the close of whloh he proposed, as a
" The health of Capt. L'ino, of the Seventy
ninth A social companion and a brave sol
dier." Mr. Stewart proposed
"The health of Com. Wllkos."
Mr. 0. W. Flood proposed
"Tbe Seventy-ninth Highlanders May they
sustain the charaoter whloh their oountrymen
havo long enioyed lambs In the camp, but
lion In tbe field."
Mr. Ramsay proposed
" The President of tbe United States.
Mr. A. F. Cunningham being called upon to
respond, remarked, that he would reply by re
latlng a little Incident. Simetlme since he wa
present at one of Dan Rice's exhibitions, .when
In the course of the performance the Amerloan
Sag was presented to the audlenoe. Some one
in tne orowaonea out" uan.maxeagooaj'ice
on that." Rice, unfurling the beautiful banner
or our country, replied, " A Joke tbe Ameri
can flag is too sacred a subject. It is like the
' Prealdenoy of tbe United States,' no words
can add honor to the office."
Mr. Miller read the following toaat:
"The poet and historians of Scotland
bright, brilliant and numerous as tbe stars in
the blue vault above."
Mr. A. F. Cunningham offered the following
How sweet thy song, how bright thy charms,
Thnu sacred blrtbplaoa of the free,
Thou land of glorious deeds in arms
01 Scotland, here 'a a health to thee."
Kong " O'er the heath the winds can blow,"
by Mr. Todd.
Mr. Newell, of tho Third Infantry, reolted, In
a boauttfui manner, a selection from Campbell.
Bong" Eaoh blade nr grass carries its aln
drop or dew," by Mr. Todd.
Mr. Plnkortnn offered the following toast
11 Health ofOeneral Scott: When the last re
veille Is callod, may he be assigned position on
Toast by Mr. Cunningham : " The orator or
tbe evening, Mr. Ramsay."
Responded to by Mr. Ramsay.
Mr. McFarlane reolted an amusing parody on
the " Burial or Sir John Mooro," which was re
ceived with roars or laughter.
Song "Tbe Pride of K Idare," by Mr. Miller.
Mr. Lamb proposed tho health of the Vide
President of thn Club, Mr. Bword, and of the
Secretary, Mr. Williamson.
The compliment wag acknowledged by tbose
gentlemen In neat and appropriate remarks.
The healths of the President of tbe United
States, General McClellan, and Seoretary Cam
ernn were drank.
Song" The march of the Camoron men," by
Mr. iienry toaa.
, Lycett proposed the health of the Com-ler-in-Chfefoftbe
American army, General
MoClellan, which was drunk with much entbU'
Mr. Bword delivered a laughable parody on
the nlav. commencing. "Mv name Is Noival.
On tbe OramDlan hills my father feeds his
flock." The hero in the parody, instead of
"young morvai," is supposed to oe a male
specimen of the feline race, named Thomas.
The'recttatlon occasioned much merriment.
Mr. Miller recited, In a highly dramatic man
ner, that portion of Sir Waltor Soott'a " Lady
of tbe Lake," descriptive or the meeting and
onmbat between Roderick Dim, the Highland
chieftain, ana ritz James, tne aaion.
A numbor or other toasts were given, speech
es, made, and songs sung, which our limited
space prevents publishing.
At a late hour, the meeting, after singing
" The Days or Auld Lang Syne," adjourned,
each member feeling the better for the re
union. i i
Fire on Saturday Night.
Botween tbe hours of seven and eight o'clock
on Saturday evening, a two-story building on
Tenth street, between Q and II streets, and
owned by Mr. John Knowles, was dlsoovoroato
be on fire. The first floor of tbe building was
occupied a a stable, and odntalned.atthe time
of the fire, twenty horses, seven of which per
ished in the flames. Five of the horses were
owned by Mr. James L. Dayton, and tbe re
mainder belonged to sutlers of various regi
ments, Mr. Dayton naa recently lam in a large
lot of hay and other provouder, all of which
was destroyed, A number of oarrlages and
sets of harness were also consumed, making
Mr. Dayton's loss upwards nf $3,5C0. There
was no insurance on the building or Its con
tents. Mr. Knowles' loss ts ulsu heavy in tbe
loss of tools and ur-flnlshed work In the building
at the time or the fire, The firemen were
promptly on the ground, but owing to the
headway made by the fire prior to their arri
val upon tho ground, thoy were unable to cheok
Its progress. The fire wa evidently tbe work
of an Incondlary.
A New Fire Department,
A new fire department Is to be orgtnlzed In
this city, consisting or one steam fire engine
rrora Philadelphia and one from New York.
Whltehurat. No, 43 dnn. Avenue,
la selling original carles da visits photographs
of Generals Soott. MoClellan. Wool. Banks. Fre
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McClellan Is the latest published, and Is con
sidered tbe best In exlstenoe. See our photo
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jt-aOCLAa'ATIO.H Of OIXZRAL PRICE.
Sedalia, Mo., Nov. 30 The following procla
mation has been Issued by General Prloe, oom
mander of the rebel forces. It Is dated at
Nniisbn, bnt hears no date. .
" F.LLowCtmE.vs : In the month of Juno
Just, I was cal ed to tbe command of a handful
of Mlssourlans, who noblr gave up home and
comfort to espouse, In that gloomy hour, the
ctuse of your bleeding country, struggling with
the most c iti'eless and cruel desp 'lls-n known
among civilized men.
When peace and protection could no logger
be enjoyed but at the price of honor and liber
ty, your Chief Magistrate called for 0,000 men
to drive tbe ruthless Invader from a sol) made
fruitful bv your labors and consecrated by your
homes. To tbat oall less than 5,00c respondod
nut of a mala,poi illation exceeding 200,000 men.
One In forty only stepped forward to defend,
with tbelr persons and their lives, the cause ol
constitutional liberty and human right. Borne
allowances are to be made on the score or a
want t r military organization, a suppressed
want of arms, the necessary retreat of the army
southward, tho blockade of tbe river, and tho
prosence of an armed and organized foe. But
nearly six months havo now elapsed; your
orops have been tilled; your harvests nave
been reaped, and your preparations for winter
have been made. The army of Missouri, organ
ized and equipped, ha fought it way to tho
The foe I still In tbe field. The country
bleeds, and our people groan under the Initia
tions of a foe marked with all the character
istic) of barbarian warfare And where now
are theeO.OOO to avenge our wrongs- and free
our country? Had 80,000 men flocked to our
standard with tbelr shot gnus in their hands,
there would not now be a Federal hireling In
tho Stato to pollute our soil. Instead or ruined
o immunities, starving families, and desol itod
districts, we should have had a penplo blosed
with protection, and with (tores to supply the
want and necessities and oomforts of life
Whero are these 60,000 men! AreMlssourlanK
no longer true to themselves T Are they & timid,
time serving, craven raoo, fit only for subjec
tion to a despptl. Awake, my coun'rymen, to
a sense of what constitutes tha dignity and true
greatness of a people. A few men have dared
the dangers of the battle Hold. A few have
borne the hardship of the camp the scorch
ing suns of aummer, the frost of wlnier, the
malaria of the swamps, 'the privations Incident
to our olroutnstanoes, fatigue, and hunger und
thirst, often without blanket and without shoes
with Insufficient clothing, with tbe cold, wet
earth for a bed, tbe aky for a covering, and a
stone for apillow glad only to meet the enemy
on the field, where Bomo paid tho noblest devo
tion known among mon on earth to the oause
of your country and your rights, with their
live. But where one has been lost In tho field
tliore have been numbers lost by disease in
duced by privations and toll.
During all these trials, we have murmured
ot. We offered all we had on earth at the al.
ar of our common country our own beloved
Missouri and we only have to ask our follow
citizens, our brethren, to come to us and help
to wear what we havo gained, and win our glo
rious Inheritance frp.ro the cruel band of tho
spoiler and tbe oppressor.
Come to us, brave sons of Missouri . R illy to
our standard. I muat'have 50,000 men, I call
upon you.tn the name of your country, for these
11 fly thousand men. Do you stay at home to
late caro oi your property I Millions or dol
I irs have been lost because you stayed at home.
Do you stay at home for gratification? More
men have been m"' "d at home than I have
lost In five succor Utles. Do you stay at
home to secure to. with the enemy I Tbeu
I warn you that the Jay may soon come when
you may be surrendered to the nierolos or tbat
enemy, and your substance be given up to the
Hessians and the Jay-Hawkers. I cannot, I
win not, aunouio suou motives to you, my
But where are our Southern rights I Friends,
we must drive the ODDressor from our land. 1
must have 60,000 men. Now Is tbe crisis of
your fate now the golden opportunity to save
the State. Now In the day tor your political
salvation. The time of enlistment lor our brat a
band Is beginning to be beyond endurance.
Do not longer sicken their hearts by hope
deferred. They begin to Inquire, where are
our friends? Whasball g'vo tbem an answer?
Boys and email property-holders havo. in tho
main, fought the battle tor the protection or
your property; auu wnon tney usic, wnore arc
the men for whom we are fighting, how shall
how can I explain?
Citizens of Missouri, I call upon you by
overy consideration of Interest, by every do
sire of safety, by every tie tbat binds you to
home and your countrj delay no longer. Lot
tbe doad bury their dead; leave your propertj
to take care of itself; commend j our nomas to
the protection of God, and merit the admira
tion and love of childhood and womanhood, l
showing yourselves men tbe sons of tbe bravo
and free, who bequeathed to us tbe sacred trust
oirree Institutions. Como to the army ofMls
xourl, for a week or u month, to tree your
' Strike rill eaeh armed foe expires.
Strike lor your altars and your flr'f,
For tbe green f ravtsof your sires,
God and your native lsnd."
The burning fires of patriotism must Insnlre
and lead you, or all it lost Just at the moment
wnen an migui lorover oe eaveo. mumoers
give strength. Numbers Intimidate the foe
and savo tbe necessity often of fighting bat
tles. Numbors make our arms irresistible.
Numbers command universal respect and In
SDire confidence. We must have 60.000 men I
Let the herdsman leave his fields; let the farmer
leavo his fiolds, and let the raeohanlo leave his
offlco, till we restore the supremacy. Let the
aspirant for offlco and place know they will
oe weiguea in mo uaiance ot patriotism, una
may be found wanting. If (hero bo any craven,
crouching spirits, who tfave not the ereatnes
of soul to respond to their country's oall for
help, let mem stay at home, and let only tne
brave and true oome out to Join their brethren
on tbe tented field.
Come with suppllesof clothing, ahd with tents
If you can procure them. Come with your gun,
ot any description that oan be made to bring
down a foe. It you have no arms, oome without
tbem, and wb will supply you as lar as that Is
pusiible, Bring oooking utonsils and rations
for a few weeks. Bring blankets and he.iv)
shoes, and extra bed clothing if you have them
Bring no horses to remain with the army, ox
oept those necessary ror baggage transporta
tion. We must have 60,000 men. Give me these
men, and, by all tbe help or God, I will drive
the hireling bands of thieves and mirauders
from the State. But If Mlssourlans fall now tu
rise in their strength, and aval) themselves ot
this propitious moment to strike for honor and
liberty, you cannot say that wo bavo not done
all we could to ave you.
You will be advised in time at what point to
report' for organization and active service.
Leave your property at home. What if It bo
all taken? We have 1 100,000,000 worth of North
ern means In Missouri which cannot bo ro
moved. Whon we are onoe free, the State will
Indemnify every citizen who may have lost a
dollar hy adhesion to the cause of his country.
We shall h.ivo our property, or it valuu with
interest. But In the name of God and the attri
butes of manhood, let me appeal to you by con
siderations Infinitely highor than money I Are
we a generation of drlvoling. sniveling, de
graded Blaves? Or are we men who dare assert
ana maintain tne rights whloh cannot tie sur
rendered, and dofetd those nrluclDlos of ever
lasting rectitude, puro and high and snored,
like God tbelr Author I Be yours the offlco to
ohoose between the glory of a free country and
a Just Government and tho bondage ot your
I will iiever see the ohalns rastened unnn my
country. I will ask fur six and a half leet of
Missouri soil In whloh to repose, but will nut
live to see my people onslaved.
Do I hear your snouts? Is that your war cry
which echoes through the land? Are you
coming fifty thousand men? Then Missouri
shall move to victory with the tread or a giant.
Como on, ray bravo boyel Fifty thousand he
roic, gallant, unconquerable Southorn men, we
await your coming 1
Major General Commanding.
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slaver Erie, baa been sentenced to death.
SICK AND WOUNDED SOL.DIKIU IN
Pabllshoil in conformity with tha resolution ul
tfcefienato of July 16, lH'Jl.
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llth do do 1 l.tl'ean. artillery.... 1
12th do do 9 6th U.S. Artillery.... 1
23d do do 1 MhU I Artillery.... 1
2Sth do do 1 litN ,1 do 1
17th do do 2 MN. Y. Artillery.... 4,
30th do do t 2d do do 3
45lh do do 4 4th do do 1
4Hth do do..,,., 9 lt Indians. Billed .... )
id Maine Volunteers.. 1 Moll's llaltery 1
7th do do 1 De Kalb ltegiment . . 1
UN II. Volunteers.. 9 Engibeir Cor;s 1
3d do do 2
110 It, I. Volunteers.. 2 Total . 167
At Hospital al (MumMan Ootiegt, WasMnaton,
.d Melfce Volunt'rs... 4
Mh do do ... 1
7th do do.,., 1
8th do do,... 1
tllh do do..,. 2
9 1 Vermont Volunteers 2
M do do 1
6th do 'do 10
loth Mm. Volunteers 6
14th do do, ... 1
Uth do do 1
1st Long Island Vol... 1
lltrrlt's Cavalry vl
(IhN J Volunteers..
7th do do
l.t l'eun. Artillery...,
Harlan's Pma Cav .,
Chroral'i'e Itifltt. . .,
1st 1'i-nii oittn cer-i.,
27 th do
1st New i ork Cavalry 1
Sturgtst Bill 1
ist aiiciugaii cavalry.
lt KxceMor Brigade
id do do
Stookton's Mich Vols 2
DeKalb N.T. Vols.. 2
l.ln-X)n Cavalry I
lit U. B Cbanseurs..., 1
Oneida N. Y. Cavalry. 1
MoClellan's Dragoons. 1
lit W. J. Cavalry 4
,d do Vol 1
31 do do 1
6th do do 1
Sin W Iscousiu Vol 1
Gth do do 3
7tb do do
1st Minnesota do.,
ltUi Indiana Vol....
8th Illinois Cavalry..
IstCali oruli do
lit D C Vcuti."!-,.
.... 1 Total
(a) One officer.
Al Oeneral UospUal, (Orel,) WaMnijUjn.
StliU. 8 Infantry. .. 1
22d New York Vol. .. v
91th di do.... 1
41th do do ... I
Id Venn Csv. Vol.... 1
t21 t'enn Volunteers 1
1th N H.Vo'unterr-.. 1
1st D C Volunteers.. 1
7th Mt Voluntieif .. 1
llth do ao .... 1
sin u a
At Flflh. District Sc'ool House Hospital. Br inch
of Otniral Hospital on K strut Xov. 11.
3d Mich. Volunteers.. 1
Mh do do ... t
60th Venn Volunteers 1
2ad do do.. .. 1
12th do do 1
29,h N Y. Volunteers. 1
loth Ma-s Volunteers. 1
1st kxcelslor brigade. 1
2d Vt Volunteers ... 7
Sib Khode Islsnd Vol. 1
2d U.S. Cavalry...... 1
1st Kentucky Cavalry. 1
4'h Penn. do 1
Ohio Cavalry (unit ., 1
Sick remaining in the Hospital for EruptUf
Uistases, al naiorama, Jov. i...
SdU. S. Infantry 1
4th do Cavalry 1
5th do do 1
6th do do 2
:i Maine Vo untee..'2
7th A An 7
631 renn. Voluntoers
45th do do
64th do do
Sltt do do
lt do Artillery.,
1-t Michigan Cavalty
3d do Vol .
7th WlseonslnVol.. .
d Vermont to 1 I
1-tN Y Artillery.... 5
44th N. Y Velunteirs. 4
31 Kxclslor Itrlgide. 1
Harris Light Cavalry.
d (ferdati'sShir 'r. 1
1st Pennsylvania Vol.. 1
Klh do do. . t
lHh Indiana Vol. .. 4
It do Cavalry, i
Quartermaster's Uep't I
8-llh do do(a) 2 Total.,
(a) Two ofnojrs.
Al St. Buabelh Jlapllal. Eastern JJmnc7t,Aoi
1st Excelsior Bilgade. 4
2d do do.... 2
J t'l do do .. 0
64th N Y. Volunteers. 1
ih Tenn. do 2
63d do do 21
85th do do 1
8th N. Y. Volunteern.
-.nth do do ....
6th Vermont do... .
Cameron Hides .
lirlckel s An. Uattal
lotal.,,, . .,
Al Indiana Hoipital, (Patent Office,) H'aiJj
ton, D. 0, Aou. 2t.
lOlli Indiana Vol 51
16th do do 6
81 do Cavsliy . 6
3tst N V Volu iteers. 1
bilth Tenn Volunteers 2
Merdan's Sharptdioot's 3
At General Hospital, Alexandria, Xov. 2 J.
1ft New orkfftvalry 1
15th New York Vol... 2
lt It I Artll'ery
2d Mtch Voluntetr 1 1
lutli do do... .2-4
17th do do.... 8
Uth do do,... 3
25th do do..,, 7
2Uth do do ... 6
27th do do., ..til
8lxt do do,... 0
:t5,I do do.. ..11
r.7th do do.... 1
BSlh do do,... 6
40th do do ... 7
'nth do do ... 1
1st Mass Artillery ... 2
llth I'ena Cavalry.. 14
i .d l'euu Voluutters 14
M,t do do 2
Mill iio do 4
liJth do do 2
nov 23 St
3a do do.
6tti do do
3d Mslne Volunteers..
4tli do do..
6th do do.... ,
1st New Jersey Vol,
6th do do
1st N. J Cavalry. ,
Camrron Utiles . . ,
9dHre Zouaves 1
9d Vermont Vol , ,, 1
1st Mlone-otl Vol . .1
Harlan Cavalry 7
Civilian . .. 1
IOll KICMT Two I' ltI,OUS. or '
1 aocesi, within ona iquare of the Capitol Ku
na(r at No 5ua New Jersey avenuu, wuth of the
Capitol not 1
IIEESKI CnEESUl C1IRESK!
All on hand, and fir s In cheap, by
V H HAS1INUH&0 ,
IO 111 .Ipu)
nov 2d tf
Tit I UTH BNT II ITHKET DAPTIST
3VXx-e. CJnooilio. TTota.xa.tf,
A'.l.ted by eminent Tslsit under the dine Ion bf
UKOKOE FELIX BENKEItT.
raoaaiaxE vast i.
1 l'lsnn solo Les JeuxdeeM ayades
Performed by Ueorge Felix U-i ker
! Aliaa Freiicluong
I SceDaaudl'rajerlrom DerKrlohutz-Ycm Wtber.
Mm C-EJIUA YOUVO
4 D e Fahncnwecht LlndpiloUr . . . llj.j So'o
5. luu d I huih a fa'ber'rilgh-Ilalfe
Trio fir Soprano, Tenor and Boss.
f. Midsummer's Night Dream Mendels'Ohr
Dueu fir Piano, performed by
'teorge Fe'lx Benkeit and llr. H-nry bbermin
7 rarlasiam soil from Itlgoleito Verdi
Dilett for Hoiirjinn and TtaM.
S Home, Sweet Home Performed on the I'lsno by
Oeotge Kellx Binkert
t lion Vonseigneur French Chan ontetle.
iO Grand Hcena, hha4ow s ng from
Le Pardon ds Ploerme Meyerbe r
Mrs C.EGIMA YOUNO
Tickets One Dollar
No extra charge for reserved seats.
Ilcketrto be obtained at 'he door on the ertnlng
of the Concert, and at the muiio store of If u MM
zerott. wl,ere seats can beseonredon Tneedev. n.
cember 3d. del u 3t
(Fotraerly the Washington Assembly Kooms,)
Louisiana avenue, mar corner of Sixth street. In
the rear of the National and Brown's Hotels,
OPEN EVERT NIGHT!
With the first talent la America
ENTIRE CHANGE OP PROGRAMME.
Itfsppearan"eof MIHS JULIV HUDSON.
THE UEAUTIFUIi SONGSTRESS.
New Songs, new Dances, and newl ays.
TONIGHT, THE BEAUTIFUL BALLUT
Dick ranata (funny Dick).... at the CAXTiascar
IlaaaT Fox at the CAxraaicar
W. II tlAsaiso atthoOsKTSaBCKT
M'uaFaAKKliA Folu at the CAtmaacar
Mi,s Julia Hudson, the beautltul
songatres) at the Caxtiebuxt
Missxs Kxma Milks. Wilms, Vkb-
non, Pabkbb CLirrox, and a
host of others at the Caxtibbukt
APTKRNOON M .TINKE
ON WEDNESDAY, DkCEMlttU 4IU,
For Families, Ladles, anct Children,
Doori open at 2 o'clock.
Admlstlon -Children 10 cent,.
Asmsaiox Niehts Psrouet.95 cents : Parterre.
Doers open at 7, commsnee at o'clock,
T7IlIO'S NATIONAL, UlKOUSt
A TRIUMPHANT SUCCESS
Can be recorded for the combined
EQ.TJESIEIAN AND ACBOBATIC TBOOTES
Duilng this week,
fEItFOUMANCES KVEKT DAY at 2 O'CLOCK,
For the exprers tonven'eti 'fi'i, wh,
cannot alte&d tbe ft.. a in,vu ,
PEKKLES3 PKUIOFTHF, AREMA,
ELLA ZOYAHii .
r irst appearance of the
CI.OW.V AND COMIC SI.VQER,
And all the company, will appear
BOTH DAT AND MOW
A choice (election of rierhangtniiP, Warrant' i
dod at.4 Imitation Gold Har.fl window .sharif
al-o, Huff, Green, and blue Hl'and, by the yard r
marie into Window Shade; Fio'ure Cord and To
tlii, different rtzei and color, Picture XiilU Ulrg
vo ; al o hft haodnome-t assortment of 0al l'ictur
Frames in ihe ctty, from the btut manufactory in tt
cimntry ;, ra artoutuan Card Vifito hrame
All article warranted a represented, or no dale
rurchaJnff for cah, alt good- will be told At th
lowntt rtmuneriittve price
Allowing no old utooic to occurnulatt. p-n ona nee
ing the above gocda will Dud new arid deolrat
A eallftolloibd 5rKemmW the number! .
No 480 SeveLlh street,
8 doom above Odd Kell w' liatl
fc'ABT FKEIGIIT LINE
NEW YORK TO WASIIINGTO'
A Special Messenger will be tent through wit
each Train, In order to secure safety and dispatch
ALL RAIL, WiniOUT CHANGE OF CARS
On ard alter MONDAY, Nor. 18lh, tht Com pan
will receive and tranupcrt
Munitions of War, Government Stnieif, Sut
lers' SnnplitB for the Army, ami all
MifLellaueoun Freight. uL
WITUOtTT BRKAK OP III t K.
special Vmtiracts fur Uoodi, In Large fytatUUiii,
at Reduced Rates.
3-Freight recalved only at Ihe DJpot of the
Central Uatlroad of Nw Jeraey, Tier No , Ncr'h
For further Information, or special cjinracts, en
quire vt thm
OJice of the Company, 49 Ilroailway, .V 1
O 54 N iVuvytwma avenut, WaihtnyvnCtfi,
Ait" Mark Goods, " Government Dispatch '-
freight rt eel vtd horn 8 a in to3p m
A ! HOt'ti,
of tbe Hope Kxpres Co ,
novSiJ lm Star and Intell gencer
DKSKIITKD from Camp Itlclinnlaon,
near Fort Lynn, Virginia, from the Third rcgl
ment Michigan Vclunter., Crmpiny H
Srrjeant titorge A JinnfUt fair omptexlon dirk
iyen,0ark hair, Is & ftet &f inche high and vi year
oi flik.e.of fffftteet appearance, ocupaiion a book
keeper dretKt-d In blue toldler'n clothe-
Cui jural Gtvvtp H Jfain'tt, fair comp'exlon, gra
cje black hair, 5 ft T iuctien in he'ght and si
yruritof age dretwed in blue noMIer'H clothe
Urjxiral Jfugh Jhnjl fair complexion dark eye,
dark hatr, 6 ftet &' Inches in height and -J I yearo ot
The time left cimp together, November -i tli.1651
A reward of thirty dollars will ro paid fo. their ai
prehimion. E U ItltVANT.
Captain Company II,
Third Heghneut Mich Vuluutecrs.
nov 20 3t
mo lWKNTOnS AND I'VTKHTKIiH.
1 MUNN i CO , proprietors of the Scientific
Americun, and agenU for procuring Amerioun srd
IVilA Suitm Years Expt 'xeiice in the Business,
Tlon W D Binhop, ex-Commissioners of Talents,
und to ninre than fifteen thousand inventors who
imve naa Dusiuess aoee inrougii munn A uo.'s fat
Pamphlet ol advice sent free by mall
Tatent Laws and Uegulatioiis, loo pages, is cents
No oharge for consultation , orally or by mail
rre.liinli.ary Lxomluatlontu United HtateePauEt
(.ifflies.No 87 TarkKow New York, WashlngtoL
i pier of V mil Seventh streets, opposite Ihe Patent
11 l'" maris mir
10 noo Whisky and Brandy Hollies
C ash on delivi ry
V II HASTINGS A. CO ,
iw2J tl uau D street, facing Fa avenue
TY J. OWeOtJlJtK ctt to., Anetloatara.
&XCELLKNT FVRNm'Rr AND UOIWIKEIP1XO
Hm TtfffOniV movtt,n n-. I m ....
v.. .w.jjunA jiuniiinif urcemurr n, si iu
I stret bo'wvcn Vermo-t avenoe and Hlxtsecth
itrn-t, wa shall tell all the Furoltaro and Kfftots.
'P'w Koseaooacsse riano Forte, Stoo . sad
11om,m Et;lti ni ou French Mantel
(Jloolts and Vai.es
J-olt of VTalnut flash corered Tarlor Fatcltire
Ko-tw od I Marble toil Centre and Sofa fablts
l'amva Cnrttlis ai d Cornice, Sh ds.
u"ousa5,a,iaJ,,," plr t'r" " iug,
Oslc Dlnlnir Chairs. l.Sanjra
thloa, Ula,s,and Crock. rr Wsre
s,"rsrpo:'..iVo,kp:,c,u"' w"' c"".
Walnut and Mahogany Bedsteads, Uursani.and
Kxcelljnt Hair and Husk Mattres-es, Bolsters,
anl Flllowi ' '
Blankets, Comforts, Sprr ads, Bh-rts, tc.
I.ojklnir Olaues, Toilet ails
Tcgelher with a general a.,orlment ofjjtitolien
JA8. C. McOUIEE t CO ,
B0T3) d Atrolloneers.
nY J. C. mcUUIUK 4t OU Auctloneera.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF DESIRABLE RBSWKttCB
EAS1 Or THE CAPITOL.
On MONDAY afternoon. Norembar asth. t tmw
o'clock on Ih premises, b virtue of a deed of trust
from Jos. W. Bobertson, dated Janaarj ih. 1H1,
snddulTrecoid"d l liber J. A 8, Mo lt7. folios
IITitseq .cm of the land records for Wssr.ln.tnn
county, u C. Iihallirtlotnnmberedflne.lnsquoro
uumoerea nine uunnreii nna Jirtyieren, situated at
the comer of Tenth street ea't and Fnnsylran a ar.
ocether with the lmDrovennii.tii.aonttiiivnr itwn
story and atUo Dwelling llou , witunecaoan out-
lerms- Onethonssnl doll nih;t.'ie reou uder
in six and twelre months, w). I tnteiea:, seoun 1 by
a deed of tru,ton Ihepremlns
ah conr.yaneee at tae eon. i tne pifelastr.
If thetermsof sala ara tot stnnnliMl Ita, with)
Are days taerealter, the trjn i reeem l tbe rli hi tt
resell at the rbA aud utansi if the di iaultlaa nar
F HcNEI ANY, ' lurte.
JAS C. Milllliufc s .0.,
uor 1 eodkds Aodljaeeri
aVTh. afanvs Rate I Bnatfiflnfut. nfll
Monday altemoou, DecembM 31f saoie hour ana
r. Hcncn.i any, Trustee.
J. U.KcailJ JEkCO,
nor 27 eod&ds Auctioneers
Y J. C. McGDlKK A CO., Aactt.-nrere.
EXTEKSIVE SALE OF 200,000 IMPORTEl
AXD JJQME3T1C UIQAHS.
On MONDAY morale r. December 2d.oommeno
log at 11 o'clock, we hall sell, at thl Waiuiortoi
National Cigar St or of Mtrr. 1 1 Oman L Cuandl,
No 467 M Fourteenth street, bet wven Pnnav1vntii
avenue and F s rect, opposite W Wards' Hotel, a
neii'teiecijvu rucK vi
300.QOQ Imported asd Domestic Clears.
of choice brands, all of which hare been selected by
Mr. A Uoman.ol the above firm, a man of the most
extended experience la the cigar bualneu Term
N. IS Bidders who ar not aatufled with th-Ir
purchaats at the time of delivery, ned not reoeive
JAS C McOUIRE & CO.,
nor 27 eoldi Auctioneer
V UUKKN ii WI1.I.IA1IIS, Auctioneers.
OOVEIIN.VEXT SALE OF C0XDE1TXEV
SUJiSISTEXCE STORES ATA VOTIOX.
On .MONDAY, the 2d dar of December. lStt.wo
ballsell, In front of our siore. No to, ooru.r ot
erentn aita u nrf els, commencing at iu o'clock A.
U , ihe following artle rs Tlf
11,800 lbs. llicon, 450 lbs. Sugar, 400 lbs.
Obbls Salt Otef, 8 bbls I'ork,2bbli. Tongnte
1 bbls Flour, 8 buRhels Brans,4S aallons fo,aKS44
lis soots, 8i,M lb. U. Bread, 3u8 bbls, 81,11)
lbs. II. Bread
Terms cash. In specie r Its equivalent.
nor 7 4 Auctioneers
BY WALL Si IIAUN4UD, Anrtloner,
Cor. fenn, Ave. nil NlnsU acrcot
LAhOE AND ffRKUVTiwr SALE OF AX EL?
C.liVr ASSIIKTXENl VF LAMES' AXB OBV7f
ME.VS U'Hi, SLKialI-liUUKS,Jb.,0 , ATAUO
77CI.V. On TUUKSliAY MOUN1NO next, the tsth In.
tsnl, oommencing at lu o'cl ik, we wll fell, hy cat
slogue.atour Auction Uxims, a large and Superb
Aswir'ment ol Ladles' and Gen'lemeo's Furs and
.Sleigh rohes, Ao Just received direct trom oue of Ite
i.argeei imporrT sna jianuiacturers on nroaaway,
New Yurk, all male ui expre,sly lor therreseiit
taton.and of the lafe,t styles, an I will le warrsnt
ed free from mclh, comprls ng
l.arg! siiiiK, i uusoi itsy, au i outer tosoies, uar
nlnale, Cajs, Talm", and betts
Stone Alarlen. 3lick, Fl'ch, and Lrmlre.
Hull -tu and Single l'lvts itore Martrp
Water M nk, Mointala Martin, tlb.rtsn Squirrel.
(iermsln Fitch, Silver Marten, and Itoysl Squlr
Fur, Seal, Beaver, and othtr Gloves.
Otter Caps, Beaver and other Mufflers.
Also, every variety ot Ladles' and Children's Furs,
Fancy C rrtafte and Sleigh robes, Lined and un
lined Buffalo Uobes, Fur Costs, &c , o
As the le will be without reserve, It offers a dne
opportunity for ladles anil gsn lerarn to supply
ttiem-e ves with first clats furs, and we invite the
laillo and the public generally to tho sals.
WALL & BABNAVO,
nov 23 Auctloaeers.
AjT-Tlifl above) Bale la possiioneil until
TULSDAY, ad December.
nov 2S WALL & BARNARD
TJV J. O. SlvUlllHK di '., Aurtloneere.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY
Bv virtue of a deed of trust from Gamaliel Bally
and wile, duted February 22d, 139. and recorded la
liber J. A 8 No lag, tullos 30(1 &c , I rhsll sell as
rustee, on TIIUHSDAY, August 29th, at 9 o'clock,
l. ai., lnirontoi ine premises, at pnouo auction,
to the big eit bidder, all that piece of ground In
thu city of Washington known as the western hsll
if lot marked nve, (S,) In square numbered fhe
hundred and thirty three, (633.) in the plat of said
city, the same having a front ot twenty elaht (vs)
leet to !) inches on U street north and a floe
three story brick dwelling and b irk stable thereon.
Term: Oue third oash, the balance in equsl in
Ulmuts, at six and twelve months, secured by
ttet ol trust on the premise If the tennsofsale
i-re not compiled with within live days thereafter,
lie trustee reserves the risht to resell at the risk and
(t of the defaulting purchaser
l conveyancing at the ctwt of tbe jmrchaser
M BL 0,111, Trustee.
JAS. O. MoOUIUK, Auctioneer,
$yf I lie above sale Is nnavnlilably post
poued, on account ol the rain, until lllUltVOAY
next, September fith,Bame hour and plsco
M RLAlll, Trustee
JAS C McQUIltF, Ai CO.,
aug30 dts Auctioneers.
ITlie nliove snle la further postponed
li til THUKbDAY, October J.l. at the tame hour
rad place. t BLA IK, Trustee.
JAS 0. McQUlllK K CO ,
sep 7 lawA;ds Auctioneers.
ira-The abose sale la further pnstponeil
until MONDAY, October 2tth, some hour and place
M BLAIK, Trustee
JAS. 0 MoUUlBE A LI),
OCt -J1J.-28 2t Auctioneers
m- The above sale Is still further post.
poned until MONDAY. Nov. llth, ssms hour and
place M. llf.AIK, Irunte.
JAS O McOUIItfc ft CO ,
oct 28 2t Auctiontere.
7-The above sale Is fur.lier pnstnoned
until MONDAY,2ilh Inst ,snie hour and place.
' M II I, A lit, Trustee.
JAS. 0 McOUIKK k CO.,
nov 1121 Auctioneers
The alios e sale Is further postponed un
til MONDAY, December 9lh, 1SG1, ssme hour and
plaoe nov 94 wtd
UlitBI BUTfEUI BUTTi.tt.1
ioo Lens choice Goshen Better, lust received and
for sale cheap, by
V B HASTINGS ft CO ,
. 3143 D street, facing Fa avenue,
nov . If l'hllnannoDio Building
f"t ItAIN I.KATIIKK HOOTS,
1.1 Just receUed, and for ssle cheap, by
. F. B HASTINGS S. CO.,
ubv 20 tl 1'hl.harmonio Building