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BAJ'TittOHE 5l*? 9H?V RAfLftOA.il.
O-i and aft?r ?noil?j, Jau? lmtj, I Me, OaHy TrailIS
W.il he md betweee Wa*hisgtoa ud n?* Tork
and Washinrto* ?ad the Wait, m fallow* r
JtoM i'UJ LAl> HLr H1 a. NMW TO MM. AND
IM? Washlagtoawtjso e. I. m .taA
5 *> 9. ? Zlannr.
' rnp.my *1 ?JOp. m. only .
Mijf ttALrIMOHM AND PH1LA9KLPBIA.
Leave W^kingtoB at Spa. dally, except Ban
4Ves?*n/r*r? will oot6 that (bis train mat u bl
rvs NKW YORK.
Washlngtou daily it *.30 p. B.
71m frm* w/er jV?i# y?fl NUMKri CI<J?#ie?fe.
FOB B ALT I MO MM.
U*M W*?bim*ton at 6J0a. ?.,11.1? a.
m., 4.42p. m.,7.2Qp. m , aad 8.90 p. m..except 9ua
Oa Sunday at 7 JO a. m. S p. ra., and 8.30 p. u,
ro/i ALL PARTS OP TUM WB8T.
Le?v? Washington at 6.30 a. m. aad 1,4 46 aad SJB
tn. daily, exeept Sunday.
Tiek*ts Mid to all points WEST. and ba$4*tu
Leave Washington at 6.30 a. n. and 4 jm ?, m,
daily, exe*at Sunday.
Ho train for Annapolis on Bandar.
Tr*i? leaving Washington at 7.$t g, m. aad
6.? P m. go through to Hew Toy* \cithont ehangs
*toepl?K earn on S.S> and 8.91 p. m. train*. Bertha
?an b? swnwl nntil Bp. in. dally at tb? ticket of
lice. after that honr they nait b? secured of tfc?
Wpin* ear eonduetor.
The flret and fifth trains atop at all way point*.
The 3 p. m. train atop" only at Bladenebarg,
B?ttsvnJa. Laurel. Annapolis Junction aad Relay
Doum wit. exeept Snnaay.
0b Sunday it stoes at all way point#.
Passengers will please observe that tk? 3 f. m.
train runs only as fa* as Philadtbthia daily, ixctpi
Sunday. OnSnndayitrunsto Baltimorsoniv. Alee,
that the 6 JO p. m. train takta Ntw York passtmtrs
For farther Information, tlck?*e of any kind,
Ae., apply to GEO. 8. KCKJNTZ- ***ot at Wash
ington, or at the Ticket Offiee
W. P. SMITH. Master of Transportatlofl.
L. M. COLE general Ticket Agent. Ja3&-tj
C^BEAT PENNSYLVANIA R0CTE
I TO THK
WORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST.
ON AND AFTER Nrvemhe" 15th trains will
lesve Baltimore from North Calvert Station as
follows: . __
Fast Mail at 2t) A. M.
Parriebu'*g Accommodation 3.00 P. M.
Lightning Express?.. ... ? .9.30 P. M.
TIIB 0.30 A M TRAINS-ROM WASHINGTON
connects with tbe9 2' a. m train frona Baltimore
f?r Pittsbnrie and the West, and for Blmira. Buf
falo Hoc^-?ter. Dunkirk, Oanan iaigua, an i Wi
? rn.ru Palis, and for Npw York city.
THE 7.20 P M TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
connects with the 9.30 p. m train from Balti
more for Elmira and the North ani Pittsburg
and the West.
SLEEPING CARS "ON NIGnT TRAINS.
SOIDIKRS' TlCKPTS AT GOVERNMENT RATE?.
ONE TI1R0UGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY.
LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME.
For tickets and any information apply at the
office of the Great Pennsylvania Route, corner
Pa avenue and 6th street, under National note!;
at d Dep^t House. No. 403 C st.. near New Jersev
avenue, Washington. J N. BUBARRY,
Superintendent N. C. R R,
K J. WILKIN8.
Pa'-s and Ticket Agent, corner 6th st,
*e9-tf and Penn. avenue.
Persons of sedentary habits troubled with weak
Be s, lassitude, palpitation of the heart, lack o
appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, con
stipation, Ac., deserve to suffer if they will bo
try the celebrated
which are cow recommended by the highest medi
cal authorities, and warranted to produce an im
mtdiau beneficial effect. They are exceedingly
agreeable, perfectly pure, and must supercede all
other tonics where a healthy, gentle stimulant is
They puriry, atrengten and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to a change of water and
They overcome effects of dissipation and late
They strengthen the syetpm and enliven the
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevors
They purify the breath and acidity of the
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation,
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head
They make the weak strong, the lasfuid bril
iant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer.
They are composed of the celebrated Calisaya
hark, wintergreen, sassafraft, roots and herbs, all
preserved in perfectly pure St. Croix rum. For
particulars, see circular* and testimonials around
Beware of imposters. Examine every bettle.
See that it has D. S. Barnes' signature on our pri
vate U. S. Stamp ovr the cork, with plantation
scene, and our firm signature on a fine steel plate
ngraving on side label. See that oar bottle is not
refilled with spurious and deleterious stuff. We dpfy
any person to match the ta.?t? or character of oar
goods. Any person pretending to sell Plantation
Bitters by the gallon or in bulk, is an impostert
We sell only in our eabin bottla. Any person
Imitating this bottle, or selling any other material
therein, wln ther called Plantation Bitters or not.
It a criminal under the U. S. Law, and will be so
prosecuted by us. We already have our eye on two
parties re-fllling our bottles, Ac., who will succeed
in getting themjelves into close quarters. The
demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters from m,
olergymen. merchants. Ac., is perfectly Incredible
The simple trial of a bottle is the evidence we pre
nt of their worth and superiority. They are sold
Vy all respectable druggists, grocers, physicians,
hotels, saloons, steamboats and country stores.
P. H. DRAKE fe CO.,
aug l eo3m S03 BROADWAY, N. Y,
DINNJJR8 AND DINERS, by E. L.Blanehard.
Manual ( f Frencb Cookery, London
Ou?* Huncred and Twenty-four Receipts for Cook
ing a Rabbi*, London
Hints fer tbe TaMe. London
Cookery. Carving, and Etiquette of the Table,
SmisonV Hand Book of Dining, London
Cuisioier Practician, Paris
L? Caisinter l'Operial, Parts
The Irmch C?<>? _ .
Miss Le-lie'* Fre"cb Cookery
8<>yefV Modern Housewife
C? okerv for the MiU*??. London
KitchtD'ta Coos 'a Oracle
Sandorsoa's Oomplfte Cook
Haskill's Hon*?ki" per's Encpclopedia
Pranrat. Hi'n M dt?rn Cook
MA88BY COLLIN8* CO.tt
DRAUGHT ALE AND POBT1B.
I am new receiving large quantities of DRAUGHT
ALB and PORTER rrom this eelebratad brewery,
whteh I am prepared to furaiak on skart netice to
all persons who favor me with their orders.
Orders given to my drivers will be promptly at
Goads delivered la all parts of Washington aad
Uaorgetowa, frae of charge.
BILBY A. 8HINN. Ageot.
Union Botthng Btrot, dT Greea street
pVtf Geergslowa ?. 0.
D LEWIS A CO.. Auctioneer#,
No. 307 Pa. &venae.
REGULAR AUCTION BALE* EYBBY TOB?
BAY, THURSDAY. AND SATURDAY
Quh idvuitH made oo *11 kind of gjods. ouel
?ettled aame day. if Tequired.
BYQBXRN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneer*.
Mu. 5il?i ojrner 7th and D streets north.
SALB OF VAL^ABLt~TMPROVED AND US
The undersigned, trustees under the wi!lofth?
late Edmund Beiley. offer for sale at pablia Mo
tion ibe Mlo'wiiNrprop-rty :
On WEDNESDAY. 26th Oetober instant, at four
o'clock p. m.. on the premises?
Jart of Lot 8. Square 690, fronting 62 fe?t3}?
inches on lat street east.
Lota 4 find 9, Square 814.
Ka?t half of Lot 16, Square 8CT.
lit 9, Square 788. . , . .
Part of Lot 4, Square 730.15 feet 10S lnahes on A
street and 60 feet on 2d street east.
Part *f Lot 3, Square 7ft9, west part fronting 20
feet on Bast Capitol street by depth of lot. Three
years of lease on lot unexpired.
Part of Lot 9, Square 708, banning at northwest
arglt ofsqnure. running south and along 2d Street
ea?t 80 f???t 7 inches, thence east 21 feet SIX iucne1*,
tben<<e 91 feet 8>? inches to Maryland avenue,
thence south westwardly alone said avenue 14 feet
to the place of begiening, containing 1,332 squara
Part of Lot 1ft. Square 843, beginning at the dis
tance of 16 feetfrem the northeast corner of and
fronting 10 feet 3 inches on B street sonth by depth
of lot. ?
Part of Lot lo, Square S4S, beginning at the west
corner of said lot, with front of 27 feet by depth of
Part c f Lot 19, Square 729.
Lea?e99 years on 26 feet front by depth or lot. ^2
years unexpired, on East Capitol street, near Cap
itol grounds. . , _
And on THURSDAY, the 26th instant. at 4 o clli
p. m.. on the premises
North balf of Lot 28, 8quare 53.
Lot A, subdivision of Square .">79, fronting 23 feet
6.inches on soutn I) street, depth 109 feet6 inches
containing 2,673 square fee'.
The improvements are: Two frame buildings on
.art of Lot 19, Square 7^9;one frame on lot 9. Suqare
,88; 2 brick houses on part of Lot 4, Square 730, ana
a frame on Lot A. Square 579
Terms of s*le: One half cf the purchase ?*ne*
is to be paid in cash, and the residue in 6 and 12
months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust
on tbe premises, or all cash, at the option Of tne
purchaser. . _ .
A payment of $25 on each lot will be required at
the time of purchase.
If tbe terms of sale are not complied with in one
week thereafter, the right to resell, at the risk
and expense of the defaulting purchaser, on one
week'* previous notice in the National Intelligen
cer is reserved by the trustees.
The cost of conveyancing ana revenue st&mpi
to be paid b>pt^^?CfK MeKRNN A,
JOHN CARROLL BRKNT. Trustees,
ce 8-d OBEBN & WILLIAMS. Aucta.
gY J. C. MoGUIRB ft. CO., Auctioneer*.
TRUSTEE'S SALB OfTfARM CONTAINING
HO ACHES, MORE OR LKSS. 8ITUATED IN
FAIRFAX COUNTY. VIRGINIA. ABOUT ONE
MILE FROM DAILIE S CORNERS ON THB
MIDDLE PIKE. , , ? ?
I shall sell at the Auction Rooms of J. C. Mo
fnireft Co., on TUESDAY, the l?t of November,
'*64, at 12 M , by virtue of a deed of trust to the
subscriber, bearing date the 23d of May, 1859. and
recorded in Liber B, No. 4, Folios 123 Ac.., one of
the land records for Fairfax county, v irginia.the
follow ing desrribed property, lying and being in
tbe county of Fairfax, and State of A irginia,'viz :
Feginieg at A. s'one planted on the south side of
the Middle Pike Road, thence with said pike
rortbwesterly to Samuel Perkins' corner at J,
thence southwesterly along said Perkins line to a
stake I, thence southerly ?long tke said Perkins
line to a stake L, thence northwesterly along said
Perkins' line to a stake K, thence southerly to the
north fork of Holmes'run on Kingsman s line to
H,two marked maplei. pine and oak saplings at
Kingsman's corner, thence routheasterly along
tbe said run to D, a stake one pole from Lips
bomb's line, thence north 32 deg., east 231 poles
to A, the beginning, containing 110 aeree of Land,
more or less, together with all and singular, the
improvements, priviliges, hereditaments, and ap
purtenances to the same. . ..
Terms : Fifteen hundred dollars in cash on the
day of sale; the residue in twelve months from day
of sale, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on
tlep-emises. , ... ... ....
If i he terms of sale are not complied with within
ten days after the sale, the trustee reserves the
right to resell at the risk and expense of thede
B?eni?faUrrChM?r H. T qTlBKBT0,'t? Z?*
oc 1 eodAdB J. C. McGUIRE k CO . Aucts.
BY GR1EN t< WILLIAMS, Auctioneers.
No. corner of 7th and D streets north.
CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of
the District of Columbia, dated on t>ie 21 Ht day of
May, A. 1>.. 1*>4. passed in a certain caule<No.
l,8f'0) peudintf in said Court between Joseph K.
Casein. Trustee, complainant, and John Williams,
defendant, tbe underpinned Trustee will, on MON
DAY, the ;-ilst day of October, A. D., 1864, at.4/*
o'clock p m.. in front of the premi see, proceed to
re-sell all that lot of ground situate in th? ctty of
Washington and District of Columbia, known and
designated as Lot numbered 16, in Square num
bered 6. Alse, the east seven teet eight inches
front of Lot numbered 15, in said Square, together
with tbe improvements on said Lot and part of
Lot, consisting of a large three story Brick Dwell
ing House,with back buildiDg,(being a portion
of the real estate of the late Commodore Btephen
Casein.) .. ,? . . ,
Tbe property is situate on north K street, ne
tween Twenty-sixth and Twenty-seventh streets
west, fronting 57 f??t and 8 inches on K street, and
extending back with that uniform width (57 feet 8
inches* 1'9 feet lo inches to a public alley. .
The terms of sale are : One third cash, (of which
tbe purchaser will be required to pay down at the
time of sale $1(0:) the balance to be paid in two
equal installments at six and twelve months from
the day ot sale; said balance to bear interest from
day ot sale, and the payment thereof to be secured
by Ibe bonds of the purchaser or purchasers, with
surety to l>e approved by the Trustee.
If ibe t?rm? of sale be not complied with within
five days from the day oTsale.the Trustee reserves
the light to re-sell the property, at the risk and
cost of tbe defaulting purchaser, by advertising
such resale three times in some one or more daily
new fpapers published in said City of Washington.
All conveyances and stamps at the cost or the
purchaser. R- H LASKEY, Trustee-O
oc 2"-41 aw-&dc GREEN & WILLIAMS, Aucts.
Y J. C. McGUiRB & CO.. Auctioneers.
CHANCEI'.V ??T.E OF IMPROVED AND UNIM
Under and by virtue of an order of the Supreme
Court, of tbe District of Columbia, p*saud Septem
ber 3?th. 1864, in a certain cause wherein George W.
Miller is complainant, and Ellen Miller et al are
de'endanls, (No. 146, Eiuity.) directing are-sale of
certain nieces of property heretofore sold, aad for
which the purchasers failed to comply with the
terms of sale in every particular, we shall sell, on
TUESDAY AFTEBNOON October 25th at 4 o'clk,
on tbe premises, the south part of subdivision G.
H.and O, in Square No. 492, fronting about V. feet
on Frnr-and-a half street, between Maryland ave
nue and south C street, and running back to a pub
lic alley, and improved by a frame dwellinghouse,
iiuiaediate possession of which will be given. _
Immediately after we shall sell, on the premisea,
tbe middle one third part of Lot 16. in 8uuare No.
668, fronting 17 feet on north A street, between 6th
and 7th streets east, and iunning back 128 feet 1 inch
t0A*l^ tbe north half of Lot No. 16,in Square No.
6%. fronting 23'? feet on 1st street east, between
eeutb I and K streets, and running back 93 feet.
Terms : One third in cash; the remainder in 6, II,
end 18 months, with interest, for which the pur
chaser murt gives notes, secured to the vatisfaetion
of tbe Trustees; the purchasers to have the option
of raying all.in eash.
Conveyancing, including stamps, at the purcha
ser'# expense. , . ,, , .
If the terms of sale are not compiled with in five
days after the sale, the Trustees reserve the right
of re-telling at the risk ani expense of the default
ing purchaser, on one week a notice in the Na
tiunal Intelhgencer^Gg A B0URER
X. C. MORGAN. > Trustees.
A. THOS. BRADLEY, S
oc 5-eo&da J. C. MoGUIRB &. OO..Auota
^ UCTION 8ALE OV C0NB1MM3D H0R8E3.
Wabhimgtom City, October 1,1864. \
Will be so^i at Public Auction, to the highest
bidder, at th* time and places named below, via:
Mifliin, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, October 13,
Wilmington, Delaware, THURSDAY, October 2^,
York, Pennsvlrania, THURSDAY, October 27,
^WO HUNDRED CAYALRY HORSES, at each
PlTl?ese horses hare been condemned as nnfit
the cavalry service ef the arm y.
for road and farming purposes, many good bar
gains may be had.
Horses sold singly. Bales to commence at 10 a. m
Terms cash, in United States currency.
By order of the Uuarterirnstrr General.
_ , ,, JAMBS A IK IN, ? ^
Colonel in charge ut Division, Q. M. Q. O.
oc 1 20t
OR SALB?An OMNIBUS LINB consisting
_ Ave first-class Coaches and thir
ty Horses and Hart-tas complete.I
trenaerua* from tbe Nav? Yardl
to Camp Stoneman and Gie?boro\ For terms Ac.
apply by letter or otherwise* B BRYaN, No
6?0 8th street east, near the Davy Yard
Washington, D. 0 aeSSlm*
f. '? ?ME^s?uias's%1f,#*w
CTTIZEHS' Ayj) MILITARY
MUBIO JCANTBRBURY HALL,/ AND
HAL LjCANTEBBUBY HALL.t THBATBB
that Com# <J Stxth atmj. Hear of Kfmtlomalmnd
MI9I Lii .? Proprietor
7. E. OiTAiinoa ..Btaa* M?gu?i
Lor is Bzollost? Ballet Mwt?t
J?bii Bspota^ ....Musical Director
STILL ANOTHER GREAT STAR.
STILL ANOTHER GREAT STAR.
MORE NEW FEATURE?,
MORE NEW FEATURES,
MORE NEW FEATURES.
The Manager is proud to anronnee an engagement
for a brief season with
THE STAR OF THE WEST,
THE PTAR OF THE WE&T,
THE STAR OF THE WEST,
THE BTAR OF THE WE3T,
Pantomimist, Baojoist, Vocalist, Guitarist,
Pantomimist, Banjoist. Vocalist, Guitarist,
THE MOST VERSATILE ACTRESg.
THEMOST VERSATILE ACTRESS!
THE MOsT VBR8ATIL.E ACTRESS,
THEMOST VERSATILE ACTRE83I
MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN.
MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN.
MOST BEAUTIFl'L WOMAN,
MOSTi BEAUTIFUL WOMAN,
On the American 8tage,
Also, first appearance of
MISS LAURA LK CLAIRE,
MISS LAURA LE CLaIKB,
MI88 LAURA LB CLAIRE.
MISS LAURA LK CLAIRE,
MISS LAURA LE CLAIRE,
MISS LAURA LE CLAIRE,
Protean Actress and Vocalist,
First appearance of
The celebrated Negro Comedian. Also of
MISS NAOMI PORPBR,
MIeS NAOMI PORTER,
M1S8 NAOMI PORTER,
MI88 NAOMI PORTER.
MISS NAOMI PORTER,
The Champion Female Jig Dancer.
The Great Mogul of Ethiopian Comedians.
DELEHANTY AND WARD,
DBLRHANTY AND WARD,
DELEHANTY AND WARD.
The Charming Olog Dancers.
The Favorite Negro Comedian and Comic Singer.
The Youthftd Bong and Dance Darkey,
The Capital Negro Delineator.
In addition to the
BURNT CORK BRIGADE,
MONB. LOUIS 8Z0LL088Y,
and his array of
PRETTY BALLET GIRL8,
fRETTY ballet girls,
BETTY BALLET GIRI 8,
Miss Ella Wesner, Miss Mary Gardner, Miss Liz
cie WeBner, Miss Mary Wesner, Miss Emma
Echell, Miss Kate Lewis, Miss Ell.
more, Miss M. Wilson, Miss
Bally Kirk, Miss L.
Who will appear every night in a Select Repertoire
BALLETS, DANCES, PANTOMIMES.
Second Week of the
Aged respectively six and four yaars,
ENTIRE MAMMOTH COMPANY IN AN IM
MBN8E NOVELTY ENTERTAINMENT.
8A* j RDAY AFTERNOON,
When a Magnificent Bill will be offered.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Parquette, Balcony, and Gallery .... 26 0#nta
Orchestra chairs. ? ? ?? SOcenta
Renei ved Orchestra seat*... ?. 75 cents
Lower Private Boxes, holding six persona r
Upper Balcony Boxes.....
Single seats in Balcony Box.. ...
Private Boxes ana Reserved Seats can be i
from 10 1b the meruing till I p. m.
FURIt'l NUW THEATER.
Tenth, ttrtst, above Pennsylvania avenus.
SATURDAY EVENING. October 92,
On which occasion
JUNIUB BRUTUS BOOTn,
* ill appear in
The performance will eminence with Tim Tay
lorM startling Play of
Or, A Husband'* R?vpnge.
Count Prinii JUNIUS BRITTUS'BOOTH
Madame d? B?anpr?..? Mis* ALICB (iHi Y
To conclude with 8hakxp??re'i) sparkling Comedy
KATnERINE AND PETRUCHIO ?
Petruehio _ Mr J B BOOTH
Ka'berine Minn ALICEORAY
Time Altered?Curtain risen at quarter to S u'clk.
Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard's Hotel.
FINAL PeTTf ;RMANCE
Of the Great Artist**,
MR. AND Ml<8 BARNEY WILLIAMS,
Who will THIS EVENING conelule a
KOI R WEEKS' ENGAGEMENT
Of atm?st Unprecedented Brilliaucy.
The p* rfcrm*iire for the occasion has been se
lected witt- a view to presenting these inimitable
representative" of Irish peculiarities in soine of
the ir most < elrbraied characterizations. Itisar
ran?f(l &hfnlo?x first, t e thrilling serio c'trie
Iiish Drama, written expressly f?r.?ni originally
p'aved by Mr. and rs. Barney Williams, entitled
IRELAND AS IT WAS. To couc ud- with t e ex
cellent Irish Coipedy of BARNEY, THE BARON.
*i>. *4 AN D M?i LOUISIANA AV ,
Will be open for inspection by tbe public ? Udies
and gentlemen ) TH IS (Saturday ) EV EN ING, at 8
o'clock. Promenade Concert hv Marne Band .
It* ABNER 8 BKAUY.
BALLS, PABTIES, &c.
PROF. J. W. KREI8' DANCING ACADEMY is
now open for the seas?n, at Temperance
Hsll, E street, between "Jth and 10 h.
Honrs of tuition for Ladies. Misses, and
Masters. Wednesday and Saturday after- ?
noons from S to 5. Gentlemen's class, wonday.
Wednesday. and Friday evenings from 7 to lo. The
quarter will commence with the first lesson of the
yn pil. oct 8-1 [Q
E street, between 9th and l"th sts.
Marini's fashionable dancing acad
This Academy is now open for the reception of
Days of Tuition.
For Ladies. Missus an^ Masters ? Tuesdays,
Thursdays atd Fridays. ftom 3 to 5 p. m.
Gentleman's Class?Tuesdays, Thurttdays ana
Saturdays, from 8 to 10 p ra.
Those desirous of joining may do so by applving
at the Academy during school hours. Quarter
commencing on entry. oc 8
P E. LABBB'8 DANCING ACADEMY.
F*R. LABBE has the honor of informing his
patrons and the public that in consequeuce
of his not being able to obtain his room until
November, be is obliged to postpone thei
commencement of his classes in Washington^ ?
until that time. Due notice will be given in future
advertisements of the exact time. sep 15
HE FOLLOWING SPLENDID LIST
WATCHES?, CHAINS, GOLD PEN8, AND PEN
CIL8, fee., Ac.,
WORTH 9 AO 0,0 00!
To be sold at One Dollar Each, without regard
And not to be paid until you know what you
will receive 1
100 Gold Hunting Cased Watches, each.. _. 91W
ltoGold Watches .*
2>>0 Ladies' Watches...-.?.- 35
60?? Silver Watches... 9 i5 to 25
6"' Gold Nec? and Vest Chains 12 to 15
1,0^0 Chatelaine and Guard Cha'ns 5 to IS
3 <X0 Vest and Neck Chains -? . 4 to 12
4.W0 Solitaire Jet and Gold Brooches. 4 to 8
4 .'10*. oral Lava, Garnet, Ac Brooches.. 3 to 8
7.010 Gold, Jet. Opal, Ac. Ear Drops 3 to 8
6.000 Gent*' Breast and 8<- atf Pins 3 to 8
6,000Oval Band Bracelets.. 3 to 8
2,t0f Chased Bracelets . 5 to 10
3.6?0 California Diamoed Pins and Rings.. 2 50to8
2,( 0i'Gold Watch Keys 250to6
5,'00 Sol-tai re Sleeve Buttons and Studs .. 2 to 8
3.1 00Gold Thimbles . 4 to 6
6 iy 0 Miniature Lockets . ..... 2 to 7
3,00" Miniature Lockets, Migic 4 to 9
2.500 Gold Toothpicks. Crosses, Ac 2 to 6
3,'00 Fob and Ribnon Blides 2 to 6
5.000 Chased Gold Rings - 2 to 5
.4,00" Stone Set Ring*. ???? 2 to 6
8ets Ladies' Sewelry?Jet and Gold.. 5 to 19
6,1*0 etsLadies' Jewelry?varied styles.. 3 to 15
8,'0" Gold Pens, Silver Case and Pencil... 4 to 8
1.001 old Pens, Go;d Ca e and Pencil 5 to 10
Gold Pens, Gold mounted Holder... 2 to 6
All the goods in the a^ove list wil be?ol<l. with
cut reservation, for ONE DOLLAR EACH, Cer
tificates of all the various artic'ps are placed in
similar envelopes and sealed. These envelopes
will be sent by mail, or delivered at our office,
without regard to choice. On receiving a certift
cate you will see what article it represents, and it
is optional with you to send one dollar and receive
the article named, or snr other in the lis" of same
value In all transactions by mail we charge for
forwardiDg the c-rtilcates, paying postage and
doing the business, 25 cent* each Five certifi
cate* will be ftnt for f I; elk vcs for $2; thirty for
?5? sixty-five for 510; and onk hundred for $16.
We guarantee ettire satisfaction in every instance.
Agkntb.?Special terms o aeents.
Afldre'S GEORGE DEMERIT & CO..
oc 15-8A Wlm 3<?3 Broad ?ay. New Yorfr,
377 SEVENTH STREET.
Having lust returned from New York. I would
respectful y call the attention of the citizens o
Washington, Georgetown and Al-xandria to our
large and well assorted stock of g<*ds, comprising
HATS, of all ttie different styles.
FRENCH I LOWER*, RIBBON*,
MILLINERY GOOD8. NOTIONS,
DRESS GOODS. SHAWLS
COTTONS. FLANNELS, Ac., Ac.,
with a general assortment too numerous to men
Having purchased the above since the heavy ae
cline in gold, I am prepared to sell at prices which
defy competition. ? . ?
oc 12-Jw* Mrs. A. McCLOSKY
MISSES O'BRYAN. No. 1,107 Walnut street,
Philadelphia, have Just receive* alarge^Ri
and haDdsome ass?' tment of FRENCH MIl>- Ual
LINEKY, to which the attention of the la-.^^
dies is invited. Particular care given to orders,
piANOS AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.
W. G M1T7.ER0TT. corncr Pa. av. andUU^jt.
The largest Mus cal BstablishmentaSBHH
and only importing hou?e in the Dis | If ||l
trict Sole Agency of Steinway & 8ons grand and
sqnare PIANOS, of wbich we have Just received a
new assortment, making our stock 16 instruments
of this celebrated factory alone, which is a larger
assortment than can be found at any oth r agen
cy of this bouse in the country Besides these,
we have a ttock of Raven A. Bacon, aid Haines
Brothers mak* on band. We are the sole agents
of Mason A Hamlin's justly celebrated CABINET
ORGANS, which we s-ll at factory orices.from
$110 toffino. Prince A Co's MELODEO^S.
Purchasing excluniveb forcaso, we are enabled
to cell at the lowest figures for cash, and upon ac
Old Pianos taken in exchangs, tuned and ra
paired. ?c 6
Can be bad at tbe old established offise, 509 NEW
JERSEY AVENUE opposite theDepotof the B.
&*0. Railroad. oc S 2w*
fcjHOW CASES FOR BALE.?Just received eight
& elegant COUNTER ttHOW BASES by the best
makers in New York. Apply te P.J. BELLE ?V A
Co.. S10 7th street, three doors south of Odd Fel
lows'Hall. ItB tf
ri'o FAMILIES. HOTELS, AND WA3HER
COBURN'S WASHING FLUID.
The best and cheapest article in use. A pint will
do as much washing as Qve pounds of Soap,
For eale oniy by BR0WN lNG & kbaTIN(Ji
sep 27 eo2w H>3 Peon8vlyAnia".avenu*
On band a large lot of superior made Carriages,
of tl e beat style and finich. wbich will be sold at
reasonable prir s. All new work xold warranted.
Repair?n* promptly attended To OtrriagtS
taken ou storage. RMB'P H GRAHAM,
oc 18-3t* Pa. av and 37 4 D st.
BILLS AND VEYER8?8HAKB NO MORE.?
Go at once to MlORE'S DRUGStORE, Hi
Pennsylvania avenue. West End, aud procure a
bottle of Ague On re and a package of his Antidote.
They are warranted to eure. Price Sl.6?. sep 3-tw
f" '?OR PALE?Twenty-one YELLOW PINE COL
UMNS. 9S feet long by 10 inehes wide. Apply
at 336 H si. ??
Democratic Majority on the Home Vote.
Harripbubo, Oct. 21.? The official votn of
Mercer couuiy shows a Union majority of 3?7;
Union lots 112.
In Wyoming county the official Democratic
roHwiity in 218; Democratic gain, lvt).
The report sent from York county to-day to
tbe Associated Trees was correct. We have
i ov 'he official returns from 61 counties. To
t?l Democratic vote, 30,*i:j; total Union vote,
3-*>67: Union majority, 54, with Jefferson and
Forrest counties >et to be h^ard trora. Jeffer
eon is reported at loo Democratic majority,and
Forrest at 40 Union majority, in which case the
Democratic majority in tue State on the home
vote is 6.
The Free Constitution Undoubtedly Adopted
Baltimore, Oct. 21.?Owing to a delay In
receiving the official returns of the vote of the
ftlnry land troops on the new constitution, there
has been considerable uncertainty felt as to the
r>sult, but all uncertainty is now removed by
the ai rival to-night ol the commissioner sent to
collect the vote in Sheridan's army. The new
corpbtitation has been clearly adopted by a ma
jor i'y ol not less than three hundred. Several
organizations, including the 3d regiment, in
Western Virginia, and the 3d cavalry, at Fort
Gaii.oe, Mobile Bay, it is expected, will con
siderably increase the majority.
Cincihnati, Oct. 21?The official returns
from all but ten counties in Indiana give Mor
ton, lor Governor, a majority of 21,000.
The Situation in Missouri?Latest Tidings
Highly t herring?Another Repulse of the
St. Louis, Oct. 21 ?The loss of property in
Glasgow, through Its capture by the rebels ia
Eighty men, Colonel McArthur's, near Fort
Donelson, on the 12th, were attacked by two
hundred aiid eighty guerrillas.
1 hi ee charges wtre made and repulsed,when
the rebels fled, leaving forty killed and wound
ed on the Held. Our loss was four killed and
ten wounded, among the former, Lieutenant
Trouble in Priee's Tamp.
Sr. Louis, Oct. 31.?The Democrat's Jeffer
son City special correspondent says the
rebels recrossed the Missouri river at Bruns
wick, Keetsvllle, and Carrollton, plundering
The last heard from Price was that his camp
was at Waverly, at the eastern corner of La
lajette county. Rosecrans is followiur him
closely. His train numbers over four hundred
wagons, which he is evidently trying to get
thiongh the southwestern portion of the State,
while be himself goes through Kansas.
I'rice and the bogus Governor Reynolds are
reported to have had two quarrels; the latter
thinking it practicable to hold the State, and
the former not.
There is trouble brewing in Price's cimp.
Many of his officers swear they won't go back
to Arkansas, but w.ll remain in Missouri,
whether he does or not.
A Fight with Price's Advance.
St. Louib, Oct. 21.?The Democrat's Jefferson
City special correspondent says General Curtis
has heen fighting Price's advance all day, on
tbe Little Blue river, ten miles from Inde
Curtis holds a good position, and will make
a stand for a regular engagement, if Price will
continue the conflict.
Rosecraes will be near, or at Lexington.
The bridge will be repaired and the railroad
rnnnirg to Warrensburg in two or three days.
Everything is working ttnely. Reinforce
ments will be at the right place at the proper
General Sanborn is reported skirmishing
with Shelby, to-day, between Booneville and
the steamer roamoke.
Confirmation of the Report of Her Cap
ture?Passengers and Crew taken to Ber
Halifax, Oct. 21.?The brigantine Mathilde
arrived yesterday from Bermuda. She reports
that on the 7th, while on her passage from Ber
ir.uda to Balifax, she was ordered to hpave to by
a steamer, which afterwards proved to be the
captured steamer Roanoke.
Nicety-five passengers, including six females
and the crew, were put on his vessel, and he
ordered to Bermuda, where he landed them on
The Roanoke was afterwards burned.
The yellow f?ver at St. George is abating,
but it is still raging at Bamilton.
Surrender of Matamoras to the French.
New York, Oct. 21.?The steamship Emily
B Soiider has arrived, from New Orleans on
The Picayune of the 14th has the following:
"Capt Dekok^r, of the schooner Neptune, in
forms us that the French took possession of
Matamoras on the 26ib, the town surrendering
? Gen. Mejia was in command, and every,
thing wa6 quiet when the Neptune sailed."
The Funeral of General Bimey.
Philadelphia, October 21.?The funeral of
Geneial Birney took place this afternoon. The
procession was escorted by the military de
tachment due to bis rank, together withaguard
from the First Troop of Philadelphia cavalry,
the General's personal staff, tbe :23d regiment
Pennsylvania volunteers, officers of the navy
and aimy, the Masonic order, the bar of the
city, tbe Mayor and membe.s of the Council,
Union League, &c.
General Dix and Gen. Sickles were among
The flags of the public buildings, &e., were
at halt-mast, In respect to the memory of the
From Fort Scott?Lamar Burned by Bush*
Headquarters Difartment op Kansas,
Leavenworth, Oct. 10.?The following telegram
has just been received :
Foet Scott, Oct. 10.? T* Jfaj Gen. Curtis:
Lamar was burned last night entire; not a
house lelt. Supposed to be done by a large
force of bushwhackers. Lamar is forty six
miles southeast of here.
C. W. Blair, Colonel.
Maryland Congressional Nomination.
Baltimore, Oct. 21.?Col. Chas. E. Phelps,
lateof tbe4th Mary tand regiment, and who was
wounded and disabled in the battle of Hanover
Court House, was to-night unanimously nom
inated by tbe Union Convention ot the Third
District, in place of Henry Winter Davis, the
Financial Gold opened at 211#, and fell
to 2C6X under tbe reports from Gen. Sheridan's
army. At 3 p. m. the rate was 207#.
Siocks are irregular, and not in favor with
speculators for an advance. Government se
curities are strong, and in some cases higher.
Coupon 5.20*8 sold up to W5#, an ad vance of 1 #
per teut. Railroad Bonds were offered spar
inply, and sold at lull prices. There was a
laige business in Railroad shares, but prices
were not sustained, though great efforts were
made In several stocks. The military situation
and the approach of the Presidential election
discourage large operations, and prudent peo
PI0 lor tli? moment out of the In
Bunk shares and all solid investment securi
ties the amount of business is trifling, and sel
lers are abie to get full prices. At the Second
Board better prices were had, but there was no
lat te demand. Gold closed at20H*?209. Stocks
were stronger alter tbe Second Board, but the
market closes without spirit.
The first payment on aocount of the new loan
has had no perceptible effect upon the money
market, but it is by no means certain that the
??20,000,000 to be paid prior to November 1, will
be Hs readily met. From this date nothing but
legnl-tenders or National Bank notes can be
i!ted, and neither are in excess. On call mon
ey is freely oflered at 7 per cent, and less is said
about 5 per ceut loans. Commercial paper is
steady at 8 a 12 per cent? Tribune, leut evening.
tgr A. new kind of plagiarism?an Actress at
one of the largest tbeativs of Paris is about to
bring an action against a minor actress for Im
itating both her gestures and voice.
?VTbe new bill ol tare In New York is?
omnibus rides, 10 cents; cars 6 cents, and anj
quantity of ?'sacs'* for uctbing.
THE BATTLKAT CEDAR CREEK.
A correspondent or tu.? n^w york worW
writing from General Shermans Headquar
ters on the l!th, furalsbes ;omr iaterestiur de.
tails ol the batt'e oi Ot'dar Creak, not included
in the official reports heretofore published
Shortly before daylight this mornmg, while
the Army of tbeShenandoah.dreamiest of dan
ger whs soundly sleeping, a feiutpicket assault
wat> mace on our right.
A rapid and continuous discharge of sentinel
mnskMfl extended from thence alone oar whole
frout icwurd the left, when suddenly. with
scarcely a momenta warning, the rebel Infan
try, massed there ihe night before, advanced
against General Crook's position in solnl col
umns, pouring in a fiarce fire on Hank and
front. Only a portion of our troops manned
the breastworks when the assault commenced,
it so energetic and deadly as to break the
lines at once.
, hTh<' meo of botto divisions were swept from
"rea**worke, into which the enemy came
dS?.n/a .'"LA *e* ?n. /?"??.
. smnmon! ,**'cre the?; thev entered the en
s?Mriiv ?w?lrra!.of th" wor*" where soldiers,
thJfr Wan7?t? t^' Wer* actu*"y rising from
WftDWti. Xo 8d?p tb? ariiilfrv At Lhp
breastworks became a d^ewi ob^t wlK
the assault was first discovered, but the nature
of ibe ground rendered thla next to impossible
Battery B, Oth 1'ena.y ivam,, aix r?n^wew
captured entire By eupeihu.nau efforts all
but one gun of the 6th regular battery were
Eaved, leaylng seven guns in the baudsof the
In the meanwhile the latter had still ad
vanced, completely tearing the left flank of the
army and were nearaig the pike on the heights
above Tire whole army was by this time
aroused, wagons, ambulances, and artillery
were making for the rear.
The 19th corps, which had stood Arm during
the assault on Crook, now found itself con
fronted by the 2d division of the enemy, which
had iroved up the pike and attacked it fiercely
in iront and flank with musketry and artillery.
Colonel McCauley's brigade, ot the 2d division,
on the left, swnng out of ita position in front to
receive the Hank tire of the loe. The assault
increased in fierceness. The whole division
reformed itself to m??et the shock. The rebels
advancing mounted the breastworks in its
lront, and with withering volleys forced it
back in retreat.
The entire 10th corps, abandoning all its
works, now lought retreating and partially
broken. The scenery of the field at this junc
ture was fairly appalling. The left of the army
completely tcrned, half the army of Western
Virginia flying in dismay through the fog, its
camps, and the greater part of ita camp mate
rial, in possession of the enemy, the remnant,
together with part of the provisional division
and Colonel Ritching, which had been camped
in the rear, lighting still for the possession of
the pike. The Nineteenth corps lighting more
cr less stubbornly, tailing back and constantly
losing in stragglers, the entire country about
Middletown and beyond, in rear, pointed with
a demoralized soldiery; the crack of rebel mus
ketry, sweeping farther up on the left toward
Middletown: hurrying wagons, ambulances,
caisson6: the hiss and explosion of the enemy's
shells from batteries planted in front of the ltJth
corps; the appearance of deieat, impending dis
aster almost everywhere, might have shook the
hope of fanaticism itself. General Wright,
with whom it was lelt to organize a plan which
should change this dismal aspect ot things,
was not a whit discouraged.
The moment that the Army of Western Vir
ginia and the Nineteenth Corps were found to
be definitely falling back, went an order to a
legion that never yet, on any Held, had failed
to achieve the possible. The Sixth Corps on
the right was ordered to change front, swing
around, and stem the torrent. Scarcely a
minute elapsed when its columns were seen
moving majestically by the left Hank straight
into the heart of the conflict. Opening a mo
ment lor the passage of stragglers, its line
closing up again before the assaults that still
bad not been stayed, but like willow withes,
as the tempest struck it, did not break. For a
moment at least the career of the rebels in the
center wes brought to a pause. The artillery
of the cerps unlimberins: close to the rear
thundered Its answer to their shells. This
brilliant movement could not, however, check
the movement of the foe on the left.
Some of their cavalry had already pene
trated into Middletown, capturing a portion of
Gen. Crock's ambulance train, and It is re
ported, seriously wounding Col. Thobnrn, of
the Second division of that command. Their
Infantry had swung round, and were just pos
sessing the pike above Merritt's, Powers's, and
Custer's divisions of cavalry were withdrawn
from the right and sent to stem this disastrous
advance. Alter the check of the enemy in the
centre, the lines of the Sixth and Nineteenth
Corps were reformed?the Sixth on the left, tne
Nineteenth on the right of that.
It was found necessary to withdraw the
w hole line some distance in order to connect
with the cavalry, who were just advancing to
drive the enemy from the pike on the left, and
hold the field at that point. This retrograde
movement was accomplished without loss.
The enemy followed It up closely and venge
lully. Their bullets rained upon the artillery,
killing off horses and men, and embarrassing
the attempt of the artilleryman to move their
guns to the rear. Th<? guns were fought splen
didly?lought everywhere nntil the last mo
ment, when it was found they could not be
removed. Two of Capt. Stevens' guns were
lost, two of Lamb s, one of McKnight's and
two of Adams's. Capt. Adams, with a corpo
ral and man, stood by their piece when all
other support had left, and until every horse
was shot and the corporal and man were shot
beBide him He was then forced to retire. Col.
Tompkins, chief of artillery, while assisting to
remove one of the guns ot Cowan s battery,
was slightly wounded by a musket ball. The
inlantry were also suffering heavily, particu
larly in officers.
When the lines had reached a crest jast to
the right and rear of Middletown. where a,
second stand was made, and when two taryifle
charges of the enemy were repulsed, nearly
every field officer in the First Division of the
Sixth Corps was wounded. Gen. Ricketts,
commanding the corps, baa been bo badly
wounded that he was rorced to leave the Held.
Gen. Bidwel), commanding the Wd Brigade 2d
Division, was mortally wounded by a shell,
which tore his left shoulder to pieces and shat
tered the left arm of Capt. Orr, one of his
aides. Col. Hamlin, commanding the 1st bri
gade, (I'pton's) 1st division, was wounded in
two places, through the thigh and shoulder,
bnt aid not leave the field until afternoon.
Gen. (Jetty, commanding the 'Jd division, had
aborseshot nr.der him. Col. Penrose, com
manding the Jersey brigade, was badly wound
ed in the right arm. Col. Higginbotbam, of the
C5th New York, had been killed. Col Camp
bell, of the 15th Jersey, wounded. Mai. Bow
man, of the same regiment killed. General
Wright, commanding the army, had been
slightly wounded in the chin by a bullet.
The liitb corps bad also suffered severely.
The battle line of the infantry was reformed
on the crest alluded to, just alter Gen. Torbert,
with the cavalry, had swept on the left, pitch
ing into the enemv in that direction off the
pike, establishing his line in conjunction with
it, and holding his own against some of the
fiercest sbelling that was ever showered on
devoted soldiers. At this time, about 10 a. m ,
although the appearance of things in the rear
was still not that generally seen in the rear of
a victorious army, and although an appear
ance of retreat prevailed on some portiocs of
the lines, in front, the army had for the first
time during the day so far won a victory over
its opening disasters as to have disposed a con
sistent and wieldy front towards ?ts foe. hold
ing its own in the main against further attack.
The results of the contest were otherwise
gloomy. We had been surprised and driven
out of a splendid position; had lost innltiply.
iDgly in prisoners; had lost twenty-four pieces
ol artillery, thirty-four ambulanccs, Including
all the medical wagons ana medical supplies
of the 19th corps, and several headquarter
wagons. We bad yielded more than two miles
of the battle-field to the enemy; many of our
finest officers were killed and disabled, and
the killed and wounded were thick around.
A lull. The enemy, relinquishing his attack,
contented himself with a lively use of artillery.
At this moment a faint cheer echoed along the
line In the rear. General Sberidan, who had
ridden posthaste from Winchester, was ap
proaching. His appearance created wild en
thusiasm. Beginning ct the left of the line, he
rode along the whole front of the army, waving
his hat amid uproarious cheers. Betreat was
stopped In an instant from that time till three
p. m. Every nerve was strained to get the
army into an offensive position, and at 3 o'clk
the whole army, the Sixth corps in the centre,
the Nineteenth corps on the right. Crook'*com
mand on the left, Memtt's cavalry division on
the extreme left.Custer's division on the extreme
right, made a magnificent resistless charge,
which swept the enemy off the face of the earth
before it every where.
The enemy had actnally begun to throw up
breastworks, and was preparing to go Into
camp, when this charge was made. He waa
driven back at a double-quick through Middle
town, across Cedar run. wnere he came from,
and waa thence pursued by our cavalry
through and beyond Strasburg.
Forty-three pieces of artillery, some guns
taken lrom ns during the day, were captured at
Strasbnrc; also,over one hundred wagons and
ambulances, and caissons Innumerable. The
army is ordered to move against the enemy at
5 p. m. to-morrow.
?gr A Bicbmond letter to the Charleston
Mercary says: "The destitution of respectable
families In this city is beginning to be felt quite
severely; the sale of dresses, furniture, jewels,
rare and costly, books, etc., is becoming com
?7* The Free State Legislature of Louisiana
has cboeen Charles Smith and R. K. Cutler U.
S. Senators to fill the placet fcmeriy occupied
by Jndah P. Benjamin and Jobs Siideli.