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V2L. XXIV.
WASHINGTON, D. C . FRIDAY. OCTOBER 7. 1864
1N2. 3622.
*&? AMUSEMENTS.
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-ta CAfSTEHBDRV ?ALL.
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?sTLBIO \CANTBRHURY HALL.I AND_e
.A L L?OANTERRUBY HALL . THBATBB
LomaiASA Avi.nn.
tar Corner ef ?txth strut, Htot et National auct
Metropolitan Hotels.
1 ?Bones ?.S-._._.-Proprietor
-"W ? CsviiAOOB_8ta_r* Mana*.T?
? Lo?is -?aoLLObV.Ballet Master
??Jens Bsruta._Mnsical Director
eit
?ii SPLENDID TRIUMPH
he
be
or THE
?v
GREAT COMBINATION TROUPE.
m 1*9
f?..
?"'?*" HALL CROWDED NH.HTLY
| WITH
_V APPRECIATIVE AUDIENCES,
edJ os.
?
ma ahouts o/ laughter and deafening plaudi-S
-eWjUP n_?st coavmcisig proof of our capability to
boa
PLBASB OT^l PATRONS.
-<>i I a/
.Vili
-B. BV _
? o-nj ? - __
?..
., Re-engagement of
JOHN DENIER,
JOHN' DENIER,
JOHN DSMc.K,
JOH"? PBNIB?*,
. JOHN DENIER,
1 JOHN DENIER
the Benowned Gymnast; and
RIVAL O? BLONDIN,
RIVAL OP HLONDIN,
RIVAL OF BLONDIN,
th. moet intrepid and daring
TIGHT-ROPE ARTISTE
TIGHT ROPE ARTie ?
TIuUT-hOPE ARTISTE
? '00
inthis country who will perform, amori* other
J Artliog feat?, h>e great onglaal
ffBNSATION ACT.
(,????G??? ACT.
SENSATION ACT,
in which he will und rta-e the dangerous feat of
ijfWkiLg the repe BLINDFOLDED, from the
Uli
_t_?V_M STAGE TO THE GALLERY,
w .??V STAGE TO THE GALLERY,
aVvli-BV ST At. IS TO TUE (JA LERY,
* 1U" STAGE to ? ?? GALLERY,
f. nwoV STAGE TO THB GALLERY,
lei.-"
carrying a young lady on his back.
carrying a yol.'n - lady on his back.
cakr\ in? a young lady on his bauk.
carrying a young ladyon 1118 back.
xf ?arryin? a yoin?l\uyon his back.
" mrhno a young lady on his back.
Carrying a young lady on his back.
-cabry?g a young lady on p?3 back.
c*rrjjf(. a young i.at)y on hi8 back.
CaR?T?N U A YOUNG LADY ON HIS BACK.
Reproduction of the magnifleent Spanish Ballet
Diverti s?ment,
LA MAJA DB SEVILLE.
LA MAJA DB 8KVII.I.I.
LA MAJA DR SEVILLE,
LA MAJA DE SEVILLE,
LAMAJA DE SEVILLE,
LA MAJA DE SEVILLE,
Imbelle,the Bell?of8?ville. ...Mie?Mary Wesner
D'ii Basine a Spanien Priest-Mods Siollosy
R-*t of characters by the entire Siolesy Ballet
Tr-npe of sixteen young ladies.
*4imeof Mone. Biolloey ? original eccentric
Da? ee, entitled
L'ANGLAISE,
>ce.BOi L'ANGLAISE,
t?tigt L'A?-WLAI8E,
L'ANGLAISE.
Obaracters by Mous Szollosy, Misses Schell snd
Mary Weener.
? .First time of J J. Dougherty's laughable Irish
dfixe of
LIFE IN LIMERICK;
LIFE IN LlMERICR;
LIFE IN LIMERICK.
or
.:_. IRELAND'S PA8TIMES.
1HKLAVDS PASTIME..
IRELAND S 1?8?1__?8.
Jim Luanee-n.---..-?. J J Dongherty
Tin> rag?ii.---.?_?. ? ?. .??.Er Hall
OidCas?y_?--?_..Mr Redden
D.nni? Mulrooney-? ?.-Mr Ward
Pat Mc D? ogal..?.--Mr Del*hanty
Mik. u'Donohue.?.? .....Mr Collins
Terrene? O'Connell.Mia. Ella Wesner
Molli. O'Neil_??. ~?.Misa Mary Wesner
Kit Nolan_.-Mi.a Liazi. Wesner
Peggy -.yon?? __?._Mies Schell
Bi?t y McOinni'fl.__...__.Mist Gardner
NnraQuisby.?.Miss Creed
Nancy O Hare.-.Mise Wilson
Duri g the piece will be given
A eENUlNE IRISH SHINDY.
The Etliw pean Monarch,
JOHN MULLIGAN,
JOHN Ml L..1GAN,
John mull? .-an,
john mlll1gan,
.till ? MULLIGAN
JOHN MULLIGAN,
?
In a special Olio of new Negro Aet.. and tbe entire
t_onp? ?I over
ONE HUNDRED ARTISTES,
ONE HUNDRED ARI l_TK.-.
ONE HUNDRED ARI.-TE*.
ONE HUNDRED ABTI-TK. .
ONB HUNDRED ARTISTES,
ONE HUNDRED AR 1ST 18,
ONE HIM-RED ARTIS *.,
ONE I1? DIUD ARTISTI.?.,
ONB HUNDRED ARTISTES,
- ONE 111 NLRkD ARriSTEB,
ONB HUNDRED ARTIHTE8,
ONE ?IUNI'RKD ARTI8TES,
ONE Hi NI RBI) aK I.TI1
ONB HUNDRED ARTISTE?.,
ONE HUNDRKD ARTISTE8,
ONE HI NDRBl> ARTIBTE8.
8Nh HI' DRSD ARlI-iTES^
NE Hi NDRBD ARTI8TES'
OHE HUNDRED ARTISTE
ONE HUNDRED ARTIBTESi
I? A
MAGNIFICENT ENTERTAINMENT.
REGULAR MATINEE FOR LADIB8.
BtwULAR MATINEE FUR LADIfcj
r-gilab matinee for lai ibs.
regular matinee for ladies,
regular Matinee for ladies,
saturday aftbrnwon,
Bi^-RDAY A?T.H?(.N,
BATUKIAY AFTERVOON,
?t.?l_AY AFTERNOON,
SATURDAY AFTERNOON
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Far q nette. Balcon y, nui Gallery_,,., L jm ?anta
Orchestra chai???-??. _ __._?_____
Reserved Orehe-tra Beats._H!____! ??____?_
L?. m ?r Private Box?., holding six parsons Si a?
Upper Balcony Boxea.-_.**"?s ?
Siogl. seat? in Balcony Box.., si ?X
_ PriMte Boxe? aun Reserved Beata can be a?enred
? o? io in the morning till S p. m.
DINNERS AND DIM BBS, hy R. L. Blanchard.
Lb-Son
Manual < f frencb Cookery, London
One H-.n_.-d aud Tweuty four Receipt? for Cook?
in? .Rabbit, London
Bint? for th. Tahle. London
Cookery Carving, and Etiquette of the Tahle,
London
Firn* sun ?Hand Book of Dining. London
Cuisinier Pnn-tifi-n. Paris
Le Cuisinier Imperial, Paris
Tb. French Cook
Miss Le?lle- French Cookery
RoyerV M>d.rn Housewife
Ciokeryfor th. MilHnn, London
Kitchener's Coos'* Oracle
?ander??? _ Complete Cook
???kills Bo?a?k.*p.r'g Kncyriopedia
FranoaUlli'? M dem Cook
Honsehold Cyelopcedia. Losdon.
?ep 28_IBAMCK TAYLOR.
^HOW CA8E8 FOR BALB^-Jnat received eight
AMUSt?MKNTS.
?KO. r.tl<. THEATER.
Pennsylvania Avetiue. ne*r Willard '? Hotel.
TUIB l Friday 1.VBNING. Oct. 7,
r 1?_G BEmEFIT
ef the great Or giual Delineator of Iri-_? Eccen
tricities, Vr BARi?Ev W.LLTAM9,
wbo will apr ?r Nw the occasion, asei?ted bv the
Olginalanc Inimitable Representative of Irish
a d Yanke? ' ire _
MRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS.
in ti e beautiful and highly iatereiting we ry Spec?
tarif s." .- bfl ... ?
THKLARE^OK KILLRN'
Pei forma ^e will ? un lude with Mrf. Barney
W ams'd li.h fa' sp? ??.i '.entitled
L*W fop. ladies._
idilll'l NEW THEATER.
TrnfA street, above Pennsylvania avenue.
JOHN ? FORD,.Proprietor aad Manager
Alsn of Holiiday Btreet Theater, rfaltiron.-?.)
Stae* Manager. .-Mr. John B. Wright
Leader of Orchestra. .Mr. W. With- re
? easursr??.Mr. H. Clay Ford
? nefit and Is ' we.k but one cf the Char j-ing
Ce-aedienne. Miss
MAGGIE MITCHELL.
THI8 EVENING, October 7.1864.
wir be present? d the beau i ful drama, in fire act*.
by the author of Fanchon. entitled
LITTLE BAREFOOT*.
Amry ( Little barefoot >-??-a Magpie Mit hell
W llism _-..............- .??...Mr J, a ueelo k
J' ? my.-1-., ?-??Mr J, I?' Raymond
Rose--.?.-.--M??9 Mary Miller
Hemp armer--?..?? .?Mr. J. Matthews
SATURDAY. October K>, ip'.itiya l*at night of
Miss Maggie Mitchell.
HIVERS' AND DERIOUS'
COMBINATION CIRC U R ,
New York avenue and 6th Street.
Doors open at S and 7 o'clock. Performance to
commences at 3 and I.
CROWDED HOUSE8 NIGHTLY !
Unparalleled -ucc*?s. of the new and brilliant
Company of
STAR ARTI.TS. EQCE-TTRIAN, GYMNASTIC
AND ACROBATIC,
The admitted Wonders of the world in their sev
eral departments, forming a perfect
GALAXY OF TALENT a?d BRILLIANT BL.VZE
OP BEAUTY.
among whom Will be found
MADAME MACARTE,
the greatest living Equestrienne;
MASTER EDDIE RIVERS, lb years old,I
tbe only rival of Blondin on the Corde Elastique;
tbe Won lera ofthe age, the
BEDOUIN ARAD TROUPE;
THB DBLEVANTE BROTHERS,
the only Rivals -f th- Hanlons;
J. 8HOWLE8,
The daring Gymnast;
PBI-0 NATUAN8,
in his principal Act o " Poetryof Motion;
HARRY KING,
in hie celebrated Bar Act;
Together with the entire Company in new Acts.
with tbe celebrated Jester.
JOHN FOSTER.
Admission M) cents: children 26 cents.
BALLS, PASTIES, &c
AGBAND BENEFIT BALI. -For the beneit
of HARRY O. JONES, a draf ed member *%
of tbe Franklin Fire Company, t? be given at jfl
tbe HALL OF THE FRANKLIN ENGIN E/A
HOUeJ?:. on U-fl__
FRIDAY EVEN-?T. October 7,18-.. ^^
Tickets, ONE DOLLAR; admitting a gentleman
and ladiee.
Managers.
Jobn Maddox, F. H. Fridley,
M. J. Ridgway,_J, D. Birch. oc ?-2t?
WE BTBIVB t? PLEASE?The SECOND
GRAND BALL ?G tne aWK?--?-? ?2
CLC ? will take place at f_
ISLAND HALL, corner 6th st. and Va. av.,??
on umma.
MONDAY, OCTOBER 10, IS .4.
The Committee pledge themselves tbat nothing
will be left undone to make this tbe Bail of tb?
season.
No disreputable characters allowed on the floor.
No bats or caps allowed in tbe room.
Co m mittet.
R. King, ?. ? ticker, C. Fletcher,
?. ?. Bishop, W. ?. Sheets, G. Barkman,
B. Dixon. J. Holme?, F.C. Tucker.
oc3-7t*_
W PROFS. POWERS AND FBLTHAM.
ALTZINGAND DANCING ACADEMY, 490
llth str?--t. nt-ar Pa. av , where tuitioD will gjh
be given in tbe latent New York and Parie- JH
ian stiles of clancin;. . _?____
? . ?. Soiree every Monday evening. BallUB-A
Room to let for Balls, Parties, Ac eep jB-lw?
? R. LABBE'S DANCING ACADEMY.
F. E. LABBE has tbe honor of informing
patrone and the public that in consequence
of bis not beingable to obtain his room until
November, be is obliged to postpone the
commencement of hia classes in Washington
until tbat time. Dae notice will be given in fu
advertisements of tbe exact time. sep 15
D
ARCING ACADEMY
?
H. J. RUSSELL WILL OPEN HIS ACADEMY,
AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Seventh street, between D and E streets,
ON MONDAY,SEPT. 26TH.
Ladiee, Mi'ses, and Master's Ol.ss.on MONDAY
and WEDNESDAY Afternoon, from two to five
o'clock.
Gentlemen's Class on tbe same evenings from
?even to ten o'clock.
For particulars call at tbe hall on days of tui
tion. sep 17 eol.t
TVEW RETAIL CLOTH HOUSE,
. 1 No. \2'J Baltimore Street,
BETWEEN CALVERT AND tOUTH STS,
F. HENKELMAN. in addition to the MER
CHANT TAILORING BUSINESS, has this day
opened for Retail a large assortment of
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS,
Such as BLACK AND COLORED CLOTHS,
BEAVER AND CHINCHILLA OVERCOATINGS,
PLAIN AND FANCY CASBIMERES AND COAT
INGS,
Foa Men and Boy'. Wear.
Also, a select assortment of goods for LADIES
CLOAK ING-. to which be would invite the atten
tion of those making purchases.
Having unusual facilities and a long experience,
be feels confident of being able to meet tne wants
of the present times.
Terms will be Cash and one Price only.
sep__-lm*_
/?*OCOA MATTING AT PRIVATE SALE.-We
V/ bave Just received for private sale. Lorn tke
agents, 100 Rolls ot 3,4, ana 6 quarter of COCOA
HATTING, of excellent quality. To which we
invite the attention ef buyers. W. L. WALL A
Co.. Auctioneers and Oommiseion Merchants,
South cor. 9th street and Pennsylvania Avenue,
_I Chron.]_
QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE,
First Di Visio*,
? Wi8HisoTen City, October 1, 1884
HOR8E8, HORSES, ?OB8E8
Horses suitable for Cavalry and Artillery service
will be purchased at Gie?boro Depot, in open
market,till November l,l?4. M ' "
Horees will be delivered to Captain L. Lowry
Moore, A. Q. M., and be subject to the usual Gov
ernment inspection before bein. accepted.
Price of Cavalry Horses, f 17,. each.
Price of artillery Horses, fis ? each.
ray ment will be made for six (6) or more.
_, , . . JAMEB A. EKIN.
Colonel First Division, Q. M. Genis Offiee.
ce a-td_
*V U. MILLER A CO..
" SUBSTITUTES ?! SUBSTITUTES 1 !
AGENTS FOR THE QUOTA OF THS DISTRICT.
Ro. 611 Ni. th street west, near Pennsylvania av.
MEN ! MSN 1 MEN I
Always ready to be mustered for one or three
year?, at the moat reasonable prices.
We will do better than any other, AS WE ARE
KNOWN AND RELIABLE. . _,_ .
? ? -Runners ?nd Others m the business most
liberally dealt with. n,n. MILLER,
sepao-lm_ Justice of the Peace.
p ?CELES I PICKLES! PI0KLB8 !
Tb? undersigned have now on band twenty bar
rel* New Jen?* CUCUMBER PICKLES, in brine,
suitable fur family use. G. th <m? who wish to
put up th?ir own Piekles. fan be ?applied at 3 >
cents p*rl?i, at 2.6 D etreet. between 13th and
L3 1 ,V____*' ____"*? Oroeeiies of all kind? can be
had at reaaonab e rates
is fcflfi_F. M. 800TT A CO.
PIANOS TUHED
ia the best style
and at shortest notte?. by
?. _ **"?**?? Lang.
Please drop orders at
Ho461 Met ?a?*,._
__ . Mr/F. WHITHALF, near Fa av
So. ?OS S etreet north, bet. 3d an? ?ta at? weet.
Vera ont av., bet. 1Mb snd uth'at* "lnt,,B*?
? . . __ Mr A _*?? "??MOLLER
Best of referenewi ean be given oc 1%??4t*
SA NDFOE BALE-A.pi y atth? first ho??, teom
tke Rasura Eraneh Bri d g* em ?-!_?*
LIST OF !____ ITER?
REMAINING IN THE
? ASHI WrOIV ?!T? POST OFFICE.
THURSDAY, U?'TOBER 6, 1964.
-???
OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN THB PAPBB
HAYING THB LARGEST CIRCULATION
EF" Free Delivery of Lettera by Carriere at the
residences of owners may be secured by observing
tbe following Rules:
1. Direct lettera plainly to the etreet and number
ofthe house.
2. H tac letters with the writer's fall address, in
cludine etreet and number, and request answers to
be addressed accordingly.
3. Lettere to atraigera or transient viaitora ?a a
town or eity, whose special address may be un
known, should be marl? ed in lower left hand corner
with tbe word " Transient "
4 Place the postage stamp on the upper right
kand corner,and leave apace between the stamp
and direction for post-marking without interfering
with tbe writing.
A request for the return of a letter to the writer
If unclaimed within thirty days, or lees, written or.
?irinted with tbe writer's full address aerosa the
eft band end of the envelope, face side, will be
complied with at usual prepaid rate of postage
payable when delivered to writer.
-? ?
IiADIbS' LIST.
Adams Mary E FI y nn Kate Nolan Jennie
ArtxietrobtcHellnFenton Emma Naylor Sarah
Ail ? llary Ann Klow?-rsSeraph'eUabonrne Margt
ArniMionnMiirj Fendrick Mus O'Reilly Mary
Aliami- ?? na Fen.aid MrsW L 01 ver Emily J
Abeil 8?bia ? l'ra_kiin Jane O'Dcm-llMrtPat
Andeiaoa ? li za Fieber Alice E O'Rork Bridget
.?W sii.u \ in i 1 y Fletcher Ann (l'I) d?MJh-??
Alexander Julia Fowler Hannah OtjilvieMrsJasH
Ames Mrs Pam s Lizzie ProctorMatl UM
Adame Mary Greent-UarrietEPies Amelia
Aoanis Ca'h E Gantt Mre Cesar Price Mrs Col ?
Andiews Mrs GassDiantBal?-3 Peeree Martha
Adams Martha Groos Mies L Pierce Roe?? 8
AtaU l'en Bertha ?reen Caroline Prugn Addie 0
Asp Elizabeth Grant Auna IM??/.el Kate
Bruce r-usan ? ?jale Mrs Dr*Ym Peake Eleanor
liar us Man C Gibbs ftlmira Pig*v Mattie
brown Lizzie Green Delia Porter Sue L
Blake Mary A Gray Marti a Patterson MaryJ
Beali Mary ?+reen Ge?rgie Pentland Lizzie
Boyle Filen Gomley Sarah Party Abbie
l:row- Mrs A ? GarnedBli:-.abth Patwin Mattie
Rucas Lizzie A Garret Mol lie Parsons Loues- 2
Bell Maria GoodnowMrs IraPeai r? MrsGeoA
He 1 Martha Graham M sGW Pix Miss C
Bayes Pbebe M Gregory Mrs Premmeg Mrs
Bal'imoreLizzie Graham Kite L LM
Bradley- Martha GrareBlizabthC Powell Priacilla
BuStevdMrxRchdG? tieeMrnEfiwnProcler Hett e
B.ennaii Mary Gates Julia Y l'a .ed Julia A
Bowle? Jes'ne Gla-M? ? Blies Pope Mrs Oapt
Bail Mary Greentree Mrs ??umcey Mis.JSW
Bartlet ? ? ? ? Gaucha Aune Queen Angelin*
Blanchard Anne Green Mus H L llhoad ? Auna M
Bairett Alice Green Mary A K iber'on Mise
BnlerEllenG Green Francis Row Ann
lilacs sou Deiia Groves Luu-a M Rean Mr? W H
Ber?*en Nellie Guckenhmmer R >drigueC?rline
llainhi id ?e Dora Julia Robinson Mary 8
BeanerM s Fred Garret Anna Rassel ye Mies L
Bncl? ley Jane Hall MrsZeruah Ruasell Carrie F
? eavans I-arnie Hook Rachel A Richardson
Burden Fannie Hill MrsCapiX S Terese
? runa agi o Han Hayes Anrna R^ngolds Joa'ne
nah W HalleyMrsBdgarRl.oden Theresa
Butler Lucy J llickL.au Louisa Rob?rtsMrRchd2
Brewee Carrie Hilliard Kate Ratchfurd Geo'a
Britdy Millie HerbertUarietL Ritter Mra A G
Pullock Lucy A Hooten Jessie Robiaon Priscilla
Butler Mitly Button Basie Rimble tell
Bellen Mrs Jas H arma Sarah Bobeen Matilda
Koylan Mrs FM HawkinsEiizbth Robinson AddJeS
Baker F.mma H?-aid K m m a Sharf ?.oaiaaH-S
Brown Bliza Hutton Musie J Sloper Mrs J F 2
Boen Margaret Henson Mary L Sulivan Melinda
Butler allen Howard Assalta Shaw Hellen
Hr oks Mrs E Hen.ley Martha Smith Anna ?
Berry Mary M H.skell Julia ? Schwarz Fanny
? sui.?, iitllriha Hasking Lucy C Stiles Clara
Brice Fiancee Holidan Cath Swain Miran)
Baker Mlaa Howard Loui'aB Smith 8arah F
BordenGertradeHellandEIicthF emith 8a-aH
Barre Mat Ida HackneyMirth*Smith Martha
?-? wie Matilda Hue tisMsttieB Smith Lina
Brown Ellen Herbert Anna O Smith Mrs Ilo?
B?ssettFannie-2 Howells Louisa ard ?
Rriu.--si?, in ?i HWaereo-KeocaetoKc? a&u
Biscoe Mary Hr.tchinsen Shaw Taey A
Brrrtr? Jane Kate G Scott A*nes
BlakeGeorgiana Holy F.nny Snow Anne
Burnett Clara h ntchi'o. 8arah Sandersin Anna
Browning Eliza Hamm? ndMryA Sp ??Liii? Anna
Buell Lizzie Herton Miss D Spignul Mary
BurmerHenrietaHowsanBaty Sinclair Fannie
BaHMr?Jt-rmh 1' Hunter Eliza Stuart Mollie
Clark Jane Horigan Margt Summers Ida
CowlesMrsFrkM Hallaran Elizbh 8incel Mary
Crabhe Emma HayeaLucy gavilla Mrs
Cook Clara V Mart Elizabeth Btrenter Mra Wm
Cole Prances Ine? Miss Btodman Mrs
Clark N?l?e Johnson ?? Hie Harry
Goose Mrs HD Johnston Mra Stewart Mariana
Carroll Mrs Gen MG Seiger Mary
Sprigg Jefferson Peggy Shorter Ann
Cernons Mary Johnaon Marion Simpson Mary 0
Cu-hmsn M?as J> hnson Mrs J _ Sullivan Ellen
MaJ Pauline Jordan Louisa SewallMrsRufus
ChiumGeoraiaA Jenkina Mrs F-2
Co?..'ey Lucy R Jones Ellen Smith Rebecca
Crocker Ellen H Jones Mrs R C Sweet Annie
Cassidy Lizzie Jones Lucy Bmoot Lizzie ?
ConradMrsPA Jacks Emma Sniffi n Mrs M C
Chap?n n Margt ir nesMrsJobnL Stevena Mary
Oalep Mrs Kufua Jonea Jane Snyder Elvira
CoreoranElizbh Johneon Martha Simpson farah A
Cbeftney Fran- Koontz Fanie R ?naher 1 y Atice
eia M Kaiser MrsJohn Spillman Lena
Cunningham Knawles Mary J Small Bruce
Mary A E Kurtz Bally Stevison Matilda
C?as? tt Lavina Kin* Matilda Stratan Margt 2
Campbell Cath Knowie.-MrsEphSmnh Mra F
Cha'ii'ceyl?'.izbb. KevenaghCelaA Tuck Mrs W C
Carroll Jennie KronaeMaggie Taylor Mrs ?
Coi ner Emma A Kelley Elizabth Tha?? Mary A
Clayton Betsey Kelly Catherine Thomas Mrs
Collii ? Kate ???llyEli/.ahth 2 John ?
Curtles Mary King Miss J Thompson Miss
Clements Mrs Leib Alice M
Curtis Fmily 2 Lehone Mary 8 TaylorHenrietta
Coluirn Anna Lincoln Mary Terrien Mrs Geo
ColeChriatianna L~e Lizzie Thompson Maria
Collins Sallie Lynde Mildred Tanney Maggie
Clark Ellen Lancaster Kitty Tobin Katy
Chainherlin Mrs Leaffler Sarah Thomas Miss M
L E Lazarus BessieV Tabler Cath
Clark Nancy Littl* Mrs John Tyler Jane
Coleman Ella Lehra Lina Thompson Mary
Cooke Sylvia Lacy Eliza Taylor Charlotte
Conner Mar? aretLock wood MaggeT hou. pson Ade
Chase Harriet Lewis 8ophia laide E
C.ark S? ? ah Lee Ha riet Tillotsan Mr*
CrowUy Mary 2 Lee Matilda E T-2
Carter Mrs L Marsh Flora Y Trimer Mary A
l'armerdisBrletMeade ?nn Twamley Emily
Carre Anna E F Mount Barah Thomas Mrs
Dix Lury Mo,,re Carrie D Chas M
Drake Sarah B Murrey Mary Taylor Kittie
Donahue Margt M?yfield Idith Thoaas Mrs L
D. nnellAM Mallock MrsHJ BL
Du *an Mary Matlock Emma Trail Malo'ha
Da?sonMr? Martin MaryJ Thier Maggie
WmG Msrshall Sophy Thome Annie A
Dufly Julia A Myers Ma?garet Van Wyck Mary
Dyton Grace Murray Miss L Veeney M?ry
Harden Susan ? MorteyMreLtBR Voeeli Madame
Douglass MaryE Morris Jessie Williams Emma
DUonMary Motler Sophia M Wood Mr? R 0
Donohoe Cath Meager Grace Wa'ts Letty
DinsmoreMrsAS Morton Miss ? Ward Mary L-2
D mill-on Mary Midd.-lyworth Wood Florence
Dcmville Deiia Mrs Albert Warnea Annie M
Davis Ella Morgan Mra Geo Watts MraSidney
I'errick MreAH Of Ware L?ntbe
DixonMrsFrnkBMara Mary Wells Mre Jno-2
Dennison Alice Mill r Matilda Warinir Mrs H
D?.aay Mary E Marshall Mary Winktield Carrie
Dowd Mary MadiaonMatilda Woodman Mrs
Davis Sarah Miller Olara C Chas H
Dean Margaret MeCandleaaMaryWeatren Fanny
Davia Mra Magaw Mrs Capi Warter Ann A
Dunnning8arah Saml Worthington
Dysenjosephine McLellanOarl'ne Selah
Dunlap farab Mc'?laughlin Williams Sarah
DuttonMrsThsH Bliza . Wooster Lizzie
Evans Mrs 8 D McMabon Mrs Wollard Miss
Evens MecafTa Mrs Wilson MiseL M
E hm a? s ? ? McCoyMrsFrank Wood ruff Melin
JngeihardtL-naMack Bridget da ?
Emery Mra ? E McGill Mary L Waiting Mary ?
Elliott Hannah M ah on Alice Williams Mary A
E?ass Clarissa Middleton Ann Wroye Lucy A
Eckert Mrs ? ? Mires Mrs Wilson Auna
Eavens Atiah* Melvey EHen Wilson Misa
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Williams C H
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Wrankin Jas Woodward S
Waller Jno W Williams S
Walkinshaw JC Wilmore ?ara
Web*>e Ivory Wayne 8 H
Wilhams J Y Wallin ? 0
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Wirrick Jno 2 White Thos
Wilson Cap JW Wrinkle Thoe
Walters Thos
Wistar Thoa
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WocdburvDrBO William? John Walker W W
Wilmington Eli Weaver Cap JM Washington Wm
Walborn Edwd Warner J J W*g;ey Wm
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Wells J W-J Walker Capt W
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A8HINGT0N CITY SAVINGS BANK,
Iscorfor-tbd March 9th, 1864.
EDWARD SIMMS, President and Treaaurar.
EDWARD CLARK, Vice Preaident and Sec'y.
WM ? DOLE, THOS J GARDNER,
J.J COOMBS.
JOBN R. ELY ANS,
8. V. NILES.
Directors.
Tbie Bank la now open for the receipt of
Deposits, at the
NEW BANEING HOUSE. No 5? L?. av.
Under Semine' New Buildin*.
Money Loaned on stocks, trust deeds and all
good aecuxttiea. _EDW. CLARK, Sec'y.
EDWARD CLARK ft CO.,
BANKERS,
At the Savlnga Bank, No. ?8 La. av..
Dealers ia
EXCHANGE, GOLD AND SILVER.
And General Banking Business.
Edward Olajik, [eepSMm] Jno. B. Elva.*,**
to Camp Stonemen and Gie.-boro', for
apply by letter or otherwise to ? BRYAN? No
t_5* 8th etreet east, near the Navy Tard git?;
Washington, D. C ge ? im? '
TBLBGRAPHIO NEWS.
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FROM IH? MM ? M UK AT.
Deaerate f?f ?**? AlU%^.._UB|#- tree??
V rltrtou? I he K,1MB, lB *mrce.-.n.m?.
aft? te Railroad < e_na_nai__.t,MaB
N-tBi-viLLa, Oct A?Ou ta* 4ta tosi a large
irbr l lotee app? erra on tue t:hati_.no ig? ra*
roadrnear Acswortn Station, and tl.u-ov.-d
seveial pitees ot the track, and horned Big
Sbanty. m
1 wo bridges at roes tbe Ohattahoocfaee at Oar
ter.ville and Resaca are badly damaged by
heavy rains
A rebel force was near Dal ton on tke 3d
instai.., moving m a southeasterly direction.
and had a train of two nuotimi aud fifty wag
on?.
A - e ?. ere fight occurred at Allatoona yester
day, ?, lw? n ihe gai risoii and a body of rebel
ii.taiury The Federal loes was coueiderabla.
Oen l v. ore* ai d ? .ol ToOrlet were wounded,
.he rt-bH u _g m heavy, it was so stated hy
ptuineiatapiurcii. The battle wan expected
to be ? eie ?f-d to day.
.?^. __\_.??,_' *tar Tr0*1 force was seen mov
i. S-i-t-r Xf lt V? river, probably wltE the
intention of t ro>. ttg to Xai9 ;lde w
KepaUe .f ?he fr-nemy
_l_f?_l__I__i_r^__*_i ? -At 6 o'^ock yester
day iron u?t tne enemy attacked Allatoona
With artille, y and intani-,. R?l?__??
occupi, d b> a portion of General Smiths
corjB
1 he ili lit ct ? tii ted at intervals daring the
latier part of tht- day Every tnov.cf ihe ene
my was taiti-omely repulsed, with severe
loss to h. r? ? el-.
In the ? v.ntui. 'bey basnly retreated toward
Daitoi, and Dalla., leaving their dead, and
l 'i<r to MX hundred wounded, ia our poasec.
stun.
Our less was ?boot i.t-o killed, wounded, and
m .sing, (?.nim Cars? is reported wounded.
? he firing was heavy m the direction of Kene
saw dui ?hk the day
Thi.- is the first lair day during ten. All the
8'ieanis aie cveiflo win?, vta-hmg away the
bridges at Rii ggold, Resaca, and Chattahoo
chee. Tbe two nret named will be rebuilt to
day.
FROM MLSSli-RI.
Safety ef Ewmg's ? emmand?Development
?? l'rii r'? Design*
St Lone, Cet ? ?Qen. E wing and several
officers ol hit- command reached here last night,
having marched from i .lot Knob to De Soto
with an escort ot forty men, ami thence came
to St. I.ou?s hy railroad
1 be rein at from Pilot Knob was unmolested
till twenty mil-' from Harrison Station,where
the rebels attacked in force, but were driven
back t'V bis artillery. He erected breastworks,
planted cannon, aud fought the enemy con
stantly till Saturday afternoon, when Colonel
Beveridge, with six hundred of the 17th Uli.
r.oi. cavalry, arrived from Rolla, and the rebels
re'ired
Early on Sunday morning, the command
st-trt.d tor Roiia, v. a ich it reached the same
evening, uub tf? men and all the artillery.
Tbe total loss in the command, in-:lading the
siepe and Pilot Knob skirmishing, on the
retreat, and engagem nt at Harrison Station, is
abotn -?11?? a large pioportion prisoners.
The lat?s? scconnrs from Price placed him
six milt s west of Union, on the Jefferson City
road. His force consisted of 15,000 fighting
men ?nd about 5,( -_? camp followers.
His movements indicate a design to take
Jeff*.son City, install Tom Reynolds as Gov
ernor, snd bold tbe S a e for the Confederacy.
Mower has been heard from, but his where
abouts Is contraband.
The Draft?Murder in G????. 1 vaina.
. HUA! -I.IHIA, Oct. 6 - Leander H. Desse,
of Mit u. 8 cavalry, or Philadelphia, wss
killed jest, roay in Price townehip, Moaroe
county, while acting as one of tbe provost
guard during the serving of notices on draited
men- Two men hove been arres'ed on suspi
cion of ihe murder.
A squad of men, the deceased bet ? ? one of
tht m, bad gtne out ?^e a guard to tbe person
who was to serve notices upon the drafted men
ot tbat township, and. while riding along the
road, they were fired on from the bushee with
tbe re. ult above stared.
Miller aid a man named Leese were arrested
by the comrades of the murdered man, were
brougbt to Stroud.burg last night, and were to
have been removed to Philadelphia to-day.
Deceased was a highly respectable young
man, and resided in Philadelphia
The Sew York Races.
New ????, Oct 6?The races at Hobokeo to
day were tbe best of the season. The mile and
a quarter dash was won by ?Bay Filly;" ?'Ben
Bruce," {second; "Morris Gray," colt, third.
Time, ?2 ?22.
The two mile heats were won by "Eagle,"
"Lexicon" .winning the first beat. "Punch"
and ?Patti' were distanced. Time, 3.54, 3 5. \,
and 3*. , .
Handicap mile beats, "Ben Brae?" won;
"Zizgag," "Throg's Neck," and "Velos," were
next in order.
"American Eagle" was distanced on the first
heat. Time, 1 _. , , 1 55.
The feur-mile race and four other races come
oft to-morrow.
Shooting ef a Soldier?Fate of His Mur
derer.
Chicago, Oct. 6.?This evening. Dr. Faris, a
notorious Virginia traitor, residing here, shot
without provocation, George W. McKibbins, a
returned soldier of the25th III-, killing him in
stantly. Henry McKibbins, brother of the de
ceased, was also wounded.
Tbe outraged comrades ot the deceased pur
sued Fsris to the house of Dr. Laman, another
noiorions rebel; they surrounded the boose,
and demanded the ?arrender of Faris. Loman
- un nd? reii the murderer, when the exasper
ated soldiers put twenty ballets through him.
The ontrsged community refuse to let the
traitor be bnried from either of tbe churches.
New Jersey Democratic State Coaven
tion.
Tektjtoh, Ocl. 6.?The Democratic State Con
vention assembled at -J o'clock this afternoon,
when tbe following electoral ticket was se
lected : Senatorial electors, Wm. Patterson, of
Middlesex, andFurman L Mulford, of Cum
berland District electors?First, Thomas Mc
Keen. of Cain _ en: Second, Wm.R. McMicbael,
ot Burlington; Third, Chas Corn wall,of Union;
Fourth, Francis G Latbrop, of Morris; Fifth,
John McGreggor, of Essex.
The Providence Horse Pair.
Provhikm b, R. I., Oct 6_The National
Horse Fair closed to-day with a .rot ing match
for f 1,000 premium, between ? Prince" of Hart
ford, and " Lady Emma," of New York.
"Prince" won in three straight heats. Time
?.??..?,v, '.--?- and ?u-.ii v. "Empress" didnotstart.
The Fair has been very successful and satis
factory to all parties. About ten thousand peo
ple were in attendance to-day.
Treason ('ase Postponed.
Tbk?tom, N. J , Oct 6.?The case of ? ?.
Puller, editor of the Newark (N. J.) Journal,
in the United S'ates Conn, charged with pub
lishing artici, s violating the enrollment act of
Congress, has been postponed to the December
term of the court
Rebel Operations ia West Virginia.
Baltimore, Oct. 6.~Geaerai Kelley writes
tbat tht? rebel invaders in Weet Virginia made
no distinction In their assessments between
their own abettors and Union sympathizers.
Tbe loss to Upshur county. Va, alone, he es
timates at forty thousand dollars.
. onjzr-s.iouul ."Sommation ia -?lat.achu
?ett?.
Boston, Oct. 5 ?The Republican Convention
in the Sixth District to-day nominated Hon. D.
W. Gooch for re-election to Congress,
Delaware Politics.
Wilmihgtow. Oct. ??The Democrats have
nominated John A. Nicholson for Congress.
* mrnmi ?
New Yobk Markets.?In New York the
produce speculation is being gradually beaten
down. There wa* a farther decline la pork
yesterday of 5o? a$? per barrel at toe opening
(followed, however, b> a rally,) 15a30c. ia floor,
2a.c. in wheat, and 4a5c. in coro. Tbe trade in
general merchancLUe continues greatly de
pressed.
The wheat market was again rather easier,
the bulk o? the business belog on a basis ef a
decline of 2a3c.; prices have fallen to a poiat
at which shipments to Europe can be made
profitably, te king into account the extreme low
rates of freight, and hence there was quite a
bri. k business for export, the parchases for ex.
ports yesterday being larger than for many
weeks.
In breadstuff's the receipts were 9,106 barrels
flour, 439 bags corn meal, .i,5t;i bushels wheat,
31.500 bushels coro, 14.690 bushels oats, 7-341
bnshels rye and 25,721 bushels barley. Tbe
floor market was very dull and depressed, and
prices of the common gradee were loa20i?. lower
ID* A Traveler's Insurance Company has
been started in Hartford. Capital, 8250,000.
Yoa wish to go on a journey, you insure your
self in this company, and if the train goes off
the track, and cote voo into splinters, it is a
thousand dollars cash in yonr pocket.
EW The herrings are plentiful this year, and
ao mach fatter than usual that a little mor?
than one hogshead of fish makes a barrel of
otl, instead o? lour hogsheads as aregeaerally
required.
ter A man named Foley had a ball giren to
him in Boston last Saturday for the benefit of
bis sick family On going home from the b\u
witb the proceeds (W48) to his pocket- he was
robbed and murdered.

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