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WASHINGTON, D. C . WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1864 PP. 8.626. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. .1 'BALTIMORE ARO OHIO RAILROAD. I On aad after fund??. June Wth, ??^._t*"_J?*12* will be run between Washington and ??w Tor? and Washington and tb? Wirt, as follows : FOR PHILADELPHIA, HEW TORR AND BOSTON. Leave Washlagton ?*'*??*??? *??? ?? ???? --?*? ? ??? m daily, ex?*??* Sunday. wnR^rriVoRA it?'PHlRABELPBlA. _?ave Washington at ? ? ta. daily, except Sua *P*_s?en*era will aeto that this traia rune ?_ -^ _iPhi?ad.lphiaenly. M p?* NRW tour. tea?? Washington daily at 1.38 p. ra. ?*? train is for Now York passengers txciusivtiy, FOR BALTIBORR. Leav? Washington at ?JOa. m., 11.18 a. m..8p. , a?.. 4 ?J p. m., 7.20 p. m , and 8.SU p. m.,except Baa? Oa Baaday at ? JO a. m.. S p. m., and 1.30 p. m. FOR ALL PARTS OF THR WR8T. Leave Washington at 6.S0 a. m. aadS, 4.46and 8.30 .m. daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at 3 and 8.30 p. m_ Ticket? aold to all points WEST, and bag gag* notched through. FOR ANNAPOLIS. . tv? Washington at ?.3? a. m. and 4.48 p. m. Sly.extent Sunday. |o train for Annapolis on Sunday. rain* leering Washin**to?_at 7JP ?. B* end G?. m. po tb rough to New Tork trUAeiit chant* fee-iin* cars on C 3d and Rjn p.m. train*. Berths be secVred until ? p. a. dally at th?7_eket of ?. After that hour tbar mu?t be ? After ?bat boar taey rauat be secared ef ?Ep .-eing oar eoadnetor. G,,????? irst and fifth trains atop at all way point*. ?i The 3?; m. train sto?a only at flladenshurg, Aeltoville. Laurel, Annapolis Junetioa aad Relay ?Bona* daily. ex?**pt Sunday. On Sunday it stops at all way point*. PARTICULAR NOTICE. Passenger? will pleas* observe tbat the ?p.m. Miiri?Ji only at far as Philadelphia daily, ***** 0 Sunday On Sunday it runs to Baltimore only. Also, * that the e? JO p. w*. train takes New York pasttnttr* mWor further infornration._?***?ti of aay kind, Ac .apply to GKO. 8. KOONTZ-apent at Wash In. ton. or at tb? Ticket Offle*. ^^ * W. P. SMITH. Master of Tranaportatloa. L. M. COLE GeaoraJTicket Agent. ____g Q REAT PENNSYLVANIA BOUTS POPPE NOR THWEST AND SO TJTtiW ? T. ON AND AND APTEH NOVJMBjm 1?_H trains will leave Baltimor? from tk? North Cal "i?art Station as follow? : ___'_'._ WET feat Mail at.-???_??_?-?? ? A. M. 1?*1<* Harrisbnrg Accommodatiea-3.00 P. M. ????:}.^ghtning E?prea?--?--?-8J0 P. M. ?UP 6.30 A. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON ?*?*?*???_???_ with the.JO a. m. train from Baltimor? ???* for Pittsbnr* and the West .and for Elmira, Buff alo, Eochester, DuBklrk^panandaipaa, aad MI? apara Fall?, aad for New York eity. ? THE T.20 P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON :*, connects with the 9.30 p. ra. train from Balti )n-\jpore for Elmira and th* North aad Pittobnr? '?>"*;ERd tb* W??!. _ '.?? ??LEEPING CARS T? NIGHT TRAINS. ? ft ?ilDtBRS' ??0???3 AT GOVBXXBBRT R_T*g. "(jT-ONB THROUGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY. ' o%* LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME. !.? lEF'Tor tickets and any information apply at the aflce of the Great Pennsylvania Rout?, corner ??.FOOD aveuue and 6thstreet, under National Hotel. ???Depot House, No 463 C st.nesr New Jersey ?MfE?e, Washington J. N. DUBARRY. fnp^aW.n^M.^1 k. *-_??f?M and Ticket Agents?? 8th ft. _nd t* ?P>tf_ Penn. avenu?. .,.-^-??_: .-: Wttri hot m" S. T.?1800.?? ? '* Pereon? of sedentary habits troubled with weak I. ae ?, lassitude, palpitation of the haart, lack o ' ?ypetite. diftres* after eating, torpid liver, eon itipation, ko., deserve to raffer if they will ao try the celebrated a*. ^PLANTATION BITTER8. ebbro ?4V""* Which are now recommended by the highest medi? ?ppj authorities, and warranted to produce an im '.Ettdiat* beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pure, and aut Bupereede all other tonics where a healthy, penti? stimulant i* repaired. They purify, strengten and invigorate. They create a healthy appetite. They are an antilote to a change of water and diet. Tbey overcome effect? of dissipation aad let? hour?. They strengthen the system and enliven the ? miad. They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fever? I They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach. Tbey cure Dyspepsia and Constipation, They cure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera Morbus. They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head ache. They make th? weak strong, th? languid bril lant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer. They are composed of tb? celebrated Calisaya bark, wintergreen, sajaaira?, roots and herb?, all preserved in perfectly pur? St. Croix rum. Por particular?, see circulars and testimonials around each bottle. Beware of impostors. Examine ?very botti?. Bee that it has D. S. Barnes' aignature oa our pri vate U. B. Btamp over the cork, with plantation I ?cene, and our firm aignature oa a fine steel plate 1 Egraving on side label. Bee that oar bottle is net It > refilled with spurious and deleterious ?tuff. We defy al affini person to match the taste or character of eur poods. Any person pretending to sell Plantation Bitters by th? gallon or In bulk, 1* an imposter? We sell only in our log cabin bottle. Any perso* Imitati ?* thia bottle, or selling any other material therein, whether called Plantation Bitters or not, ia a criminal under the U.S. Law, and will be bo prosecuted by u?. We already hav? our eye on two parties re-filling our bottle?, Ac, wbo will sacceed in getting themselves into close quarters. Th? demand for Drake'? Plantation Bitter? from ladies, clergymen, merchants, Ac, is perfectly incredible The simple trial of a bottle is the evidence we pr? tent of their worth and superiority. They are sold by all rcspeetable druggists, grocer?, physicians, hotels, saloons, steamboats and country stores. P. H BRAKS te CO., aag.-eo3m PO? BROADWAY, ?. Y, DOSE. ??1> Dn,M8' bTE? *<? Blanchard. M&nual of ? re ne a Cookery, London One Hundred and ?Tweaty-four Receipts for Cook ing a Rabbit, London Hints for the Tabi?, London Cookery, Carving, and Etiquette of the Table London .-;mp-..n ? Hand-Book of Dining, London Cuisinier Practicien, Paris Le C??*?inier Imperial, Paria Th? PrenchCo Miss L??lie'? French Cookery Soyr'a Mod.rn Housewife I Cookery fur the Million, London Kitchener s Cook's Oracle gander-o?'. Completo Cook , He?kill ? Housekeeper's Encyclopedia * ? Prancatelli . Modern Cook Household Cyclopedia, London. __ _aepa_PRANCES-TAYLOR. C*pOA MATTI?G AT PRIVATI BAL1.-W? *V> bav. Just received for private sal?, from th? oaoute, I* Rolls ot 1. 4. ana? Sq?arte' ? f TOC O A ???tt???. o? eieoiW,qau\y*To whichG we i n vit? the attoation ?G huyera. W. L. WALS ?*6 ?... A?*etioa*??. end ??*?_???*? MmhattT, South cer. ?th street and Penaayly**u ?renme, IChroa,] n? _-.?-> ^?MSoL*23"*Vp?;*iS BucVlee^Bd s?d^t?H0or*M ob ????-,?? terms. He is alao buyin* and selli?. at?k. aad parsons ia th? trade will do well to call. 2.^ie? AUCTION SALES. r.TCEEBAY?._ ? W. B. LEWIS A CO., Auctioneer?, No. 307 P.a. avenue. REGULAR AU0TI0N~8ALE8 EVERY TUBS DAY, THURSDAY. AND SATURDAY. Cashadyana?mad. on all kind of goods. Sales aettl?d ?ame day, tf required._?ep M-lm ? Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneer?. No. ?2t? cerner 7th and D streets north. SALB OB VALTTABLB IMPROVED AND UN IMPROVED PROPERTY. The undemtjmed, tru?t*ee under the will ofthe lata _Mn.ucd Relley, offer for sale at publie auc tion ine followingproperty .? On WEDNESDAY, 26th October instant, at four o'clock p. m., on the premises? ? Part of Lot 8, Square ?N>, fronting fiifeet.^ inchea on 1st street esst. " ? Lota4 aad 9, Square 814. East half of Lot K, Square 867. Lot 9, Bquare 788. Part of Lot 4, Square 730.15 feet 10'i inches on A etreet and so feet on 2d atreet east. __ Part ef Lot 3, Square 7S0, west part fronting? feet on East Capitol etreet by depth of lot. Three years of lease on lot unexpired. Part of Lot 9, 8quare 768, beginning at northwest angle of square, running south and along 2d Street east 80 feet 7 inches, thence east 21 feet . 1. _ inches, thence 91 feet 8?. inches to Maryland avenue, thence south weetwardly along said avenue-, feet to the place of beginning, containing 1,83t aquare feet. Part of Lot 10. Square 843, beginning at the dis tance of 16 feet from the northeast corner of and fronting 10 feet 3 inches on ? street south by depth of let. Part of Lot lo, Square 843, beginning at the West corner of said lot, with front of 27 feet by depth of lot. Part ef Lot 19, Square 729. Lease 99 years on 25 feet front by depth of lot, 82 rears unexpired, on East Capitol street, near Cap itol grounds. And on THURSDAY, the ?th instant, at 4 o'cl'k p. m., on the premises North half of Lot 28, Square 53. Lot A, subdivision of Square 579, fronting 23 fest ?.inches on sonth D street, depth 109 feet 6 inches, containing 2,673 square feet. The improvements are: Two frame buildings on part of Lot 19, Square 72. ;one frame on lot 9. Suqare 788: 2 brick houses on part of Lot 4, Bquare 730, and a frame on Lot A. Square 579. Terms of sale: One half ofthe purchase meney is to be paid in cash, and tbe residue in ? and 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trnst on the premieee, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A payment of f 25 on each lot will be required at the time of purchase. If the termaof saleare not complied with in one week thereafter, the right to resell, at the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser, on one week's previous notice intbe National Intelligen cer is reserved by the trustee?. The cost of conveyancing and revenue stamp? to be paid by the purchaser. PATRICK McKBgNA, JOHN CARROLLBRKNT, Trustees. oc8-d_GEBEN A WILLIAMS, Ancts. j?Y J. O. MOGUIRE k OO., Auctioneer?, TRUBTEE'S SALE OF A FARM CONTAINING 110 ACRE8, MORE OR LESS, BITUATED IN FAIRFAX COUNTY, VIRGINIA. ABOUT ONE MILE FBOM BAIL?B'B CORNERS ON THB MIDDLE PIKE. I shall sell at the Auction Rooms of J.C. Mc G u ire. A Co., on TUESDAY, the 1st of November, 1864, 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, Folio? 12S Ac, one of the land records for Fairfax ceunty, Virginia,the following described property, lying and being in th? county of Fairfax, and State of Virginia, viz : Beginiag at A, stone planted on the south, aide of tbe Middle Pike Road, ?thenee with said pike northwesterly to Samuel Perkins' corner at J, tbrace 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 or Holmes' run on Kingsman'a line to ?, two marked maples, pine and oak saplings at Kingsman'fl corner, thence southeasterly along tbe said run to D, a stake one pole from Lips bomb's line, thence north 32 deg,, east 231poIea to A, the beginning, containing 11" acres or Land, more or leso, together with all and singular, the improvements, priviligea, hereditaments, and ap p_ rtonances to the same. Terms : Fifteen hundred dollars ia cash on the day of Bale: the residue in twelve months from day of Bale, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. If Ihe terms of sale are not complied with within tea days arter the eale, the trustee reserves the right to resell at the risk aad expense or the de faulting purchaser en one weeks' notice in tbe Bveningtar. ?. N. GILBERT, trust?e. oc 1-cod Ads J. C. McGUIRE A CO , A nets. DY JAB. 0. McGUIRB A CO., Auctioneer?. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF SMALL TRACT OF LAND NEAR THB INSANE ASYLUM. On THURSDAY, October _7, at 11 o'clock m., at the Auction Rooms of Jas C. MeGuire A Co., by virtue of a deed of trust from Charles J. Uhlmann snd wife to me, dated March 7, 1863, snd duly recorded ia Liber N. O. T.. No. 2, feHoe 66, et seq., one of tbe Land Records for Washington County and District of Columbia, I shall sell nart of the tract of land known formerly as " Woodstock," and latterly as the "Kosciu-ko Place."situated near the U. S. Insane Asylum, the part to be sold being described as Lot "A." as laid down upon a plat of survey made by T. Iskyll. said plat having been duly recorded in Liber J. A. S? No. 213 folios 448, Ac, one ol the Land Records or Washington County, said tract containing twenty-two acres, two roods, and thirty-two perches, more or le??. Term?: One-third cash; the remainder in six and twelve months, with Interest, secured by deed or tn:et on the premieee. Conveyance? and revenue slatcps at the cost o the purchasers. ?, - " ? ? _ DAVID WALKER, Trustee. ?ep21-2awAd? J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Ancts. CALE OF CONDBMNBD MULES. Chief Quartermaster's Office, Depot of Washington,}, Washington. D. C. October 5, R?. I Will be sold at public auction, at the Corrala, near the Observatory, in the city or Washington, on WEDNBBDAY, October 19, 1864, alotof MULES, condemned as unfit for public service. Term* : Cask in Government funda. Sale to commence at M o'clock a.m. D. H. RUCKER, Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster? oc 6 13t_Depot or Washington. "TUOT-UN BALE OF CONB_.M_.B_>HORSES. Qcabtkk.m aste ? Gbn.'.-Office, 1st Di vislos, ? W_.8HiB(_T08 Citv, October 1,1844. S Will be sot? at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, at th? time snd places named below, vii : Mifflin, Pennsylvania THURSDAY, October 13, BM. Wilmington, Delaware, THURSDAY, October 30, York, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, October 27, 1864. __ TWO HUNDRED CAVALRY HORSES, at each place. ? L. _ _ , _ These horses have been condemned aa unfit for the cavalry svrvice ef thearmy. For road and farming purposes, many good bar gain? may be had. _ , . Horsea aold singly. Bales to commence at 10 a. m. Terme cash, in United States currency. Bt order ofthe yuarterro^r General. JAMBS A EKIN, Colonel in charge 1st Division, Q. M. G. O. ocl 86t_ GAB FIXTURES. CHANDELIERS. BRACKETS, READING LAMPS. We are now receiving our fall stock of GAS FIXTURES from tbe factory of Cornelius k Baker, Philadel phia, comprising a full assortment of all their newest pattern?, which we sell at the manufactu rer's prices. Parties wishing to purchase will find that they buy as cheap here as in Pbildelphia, and save the coet of putting up. All descriptions of Plumbing, Steam and Ga .. fitting don? at the lowest rates, and in a satisfac tory manner, hy , j j, w. THOMPSON A CO., .69 Pa. av .south side, near llth atreet. sep30-lw [ChrJntJiep.TimBsAConUnionj TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Ornes or Co-h-tbollkb or thb O?Rssaor, Washington, October 4,1864. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that The National Bank mf the Metropolis, in tbe Cuy of Washing tcn.in theeopnty of Washington and Dis trict aj Columbia, S?f?*?^ duly organised under and according to the requirements, of the act of Congress edtftled ** Ap act toaroyide a National Currency, eefcured by a pledge of United States bonde, and provide for the circulation and re demption thereof." approved Jane 3.1804. and has eo-Bpll.d with all the provisions of said act re quired to b? com piled with before commencing tional Bank ef the Metropolis, tn the Cinj ef Wash ington, in the c?nniy of Washington and Districi of Columbia. I* authom.d to commence the business ef Banking undo? the act afore.aia. In teitimoBy whereof, witne?. my hand aod seal of,oM?eth-a/oariAdar?f Qcioft-r.HK4. lt-!'L? r --._?3?? MoO?L?OOK, i oc 6 qeot Comptroller of the Currency. TO FAMILIES. HO?';?. AND WASHRR wua??*. , rt. . OOBUSN? WA8HIN& FLdD Tbe best and cheapest article in nee. a d?b. wilt do as mach washing ae five pou tide of Soap. For sale only hy ?^^??? ABATING, ??g-oo-w ?f 3 PoantylvaaiaUvenue. rf-BB MERCHANT* AN? BABKBEl ALMA AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL?. MUBIO I CANTERBURY HALL,! AND_ HAL L ? CANTERBURY HALL, t THEATER LOBISIABA AVBBUB, ? tar Comer of Sixth street. Rear of National and AUtropoitttm Hotel*. G*eao* Iba-?-_,._Proprietor W. E. OlVABA?OB-._BUme Mana*?? Louis 8t0LLOBT.-~.,_Ballet Master ?fem Eerny_-......-Musical Director ? > r. ,-.?'- ? . ? I ? THB GIANT GEM OP THE CAPITAL. The greatest Combination of GENIUS I NOVELTY I MERIT I Ever offered to a DISCRIMINATING .?""??' * ? ? : i : ' ' DELIGHTED PUBLIO: The large?.and. beai __.__: ? CONOBNTRTlt_rONOF TALENT ? . ? *""*?? ?"/ Ever seen in this city, brought together in one GRAND CONSOLIDATION, At the enormous expense ef over FIPTEEN HUNDRED DOLLARS PER WEEK ! Last week of ? ? ->' JOHN DEMUR, the Benowaed Gymnast and - , .. RIVAL OV BLONDIN. the most intrepid and daring TIGHTROPE PERFORMER. wbo will GABBY A YOUNG LADY ON HIS BACK from the STAGI TO THE GALLERY. - ?? . ; . first week of th? comic Pantomime entitled THB MISCHIEVOUS MONKBY, THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY, THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY, THE MISCHIEVi US MONKEY THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKBY, THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY, THB MISCHIEVOUS MONKEY, THE MISCHIEVOUS MONKBY, Replete with Funny Tricks and Transformatione. SZOLLOSY'S BALLBT TROUPE, SZOLLOSY'? BALLET TROUPE, BZOLLOSY-S BALLET TROUPE, composed of SIXTEEN BEAUTIfUL LADIBS, BIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL LADIES, SIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL LADIES, 8IXTEEN BEAUTIFUL LADIES, SIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL LADIES, BIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL LADIES, SIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL LADIES, SIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL LADIES, BIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL LADIE8, BIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL LADIES, will appear ia a variety of SOLO DANCES, BALLETS. ETC., ETC. JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, Prince of Negro Comedian?, will appear every night, with the BURNT CORK BRIGADE, in a choice aeleotion of FUNNY NEGRO ACTS! The Bill each night ie made ap of a choice vari ety of TUE MOST HUMOR0U8 SKETCHi"? ! THI MOST BRILLIANT PANTOMIMES I THB MOST BEAUTIFUL BALLADS I THB MOST LAUGHABLE NEGRO ACTS I THB MOST SPLENDID BALLETS I THI MOST BXTBAVAGANT BURLESQUE??! And, infect, THE MOST PLBASING ENTERTAINMENT ia the city, Bear in mind our BEGULAR MATINEE FOR LADIES. REGULAR MATINBB FOR LADIES. REGULAR MATINBE FOR LADIES. BBGULAB MATINEE FOR LADIES. *' BBGULAB MATINEE FOR LADIES REGULAR MATINEE FOR LADIES; _ BATURDAY AFTERNOON, 6AWURDAY AFTERNOON BATURDAY AFTEBNOON SATURDAY AFTERNOON 8ATCRDA? AFTERNOON BATURDAY AFTERNBON. When the entire Evening's Bill will be giren. bul J ? - - NOTICE! OHERBY BELLE, The "Star of tha West." th* most Beautiful Woman aad most Versatile Actress ia the Profep. ?ton; also, JOSH HABT. ?? lie ctlebratod Ethiopian Comedian; aad rl MI8S LAURA LE CLAIRE. M tpe Versatile Aettess aad Comedienn*. WILL ALL MAKB THEIR FIR8T APPEAR? ANCE ON MOMDAY, October 17. AM?SEMENTS. ??.st?.?-'? thkatkr. Pennsy vania Avenue, near Willard's Hotel. THISlWednesdayT?VBNING, Oct. 12, WLl be presented for tb? second time, THE GREAT ROMANTIC IRISH DRAMA, Written ?xpressly for the Inimitable Imperson ators of Irish Life, MR. AND MRS. BARBET WILLIAMS, By Charles Gaylor, Esq., entitled THE CONNIE SOOGAH, In which both of these celebrities will appear BU-tained by the Excellent Company _of this Theater._ FORD'S NEW THEATER. Tenth ttreet, above Pennsylvania avenue. LAST ???????? THBBE Of the Brilliant and Successful Engagement of MISS MAGGIE MITCHELL, Who will appear THIS EVENING, October 13,1864, in the admirable drama from the German, enti* tle . r LITTLE BAREFOOT. "A truce with words, they fail t' ?-pre?? Her holy zeal and earnestness; Tbe high-born maidens of our land Should kneel where Little Barefoot st?nde.'" FRIDAY, FAREWELL BENEFIT MAGGIE MITCHELL. WANTED?Twenty-five. Young Ladies, for the Ballet. Apply,between 12 and 1 o'clock, to L. Car land , at the Btage Door. POSITIVELY LA8T AFTERNOON AND EVEN ING OF RIVERS? AND DERIOUS' CIRCUS! RIVERS' AND DERIOUS? COMBINATION CIRCUS, New York avenue and 6th street. Doors open at 3 and 7 o'clock. Performance to commences at 3 and 8. CROWDED HOUSES NIGHTLY ! Unparalleled success of the new and brilliant Company of BTAIt ARTISTS, EQUESTRIAN, GYMNASTIC A*ND ACROBATIC, The admitted Wonders of the world in their sev eral departments, forming a perfect GALAXY OF TALENT abd _riiILLIANT BLAZE OF BEAUTY, among whom will be found MADAME MACARTE, the greatest living Equestrienne; MASTER EDDIE RIVERS, (8year? old,) the only rival of Blondin on the Corde Elastique; tbe Wondera of the age, the BEDOUIN ARAB TROUPE; THE DELEVANTB BROTHERS, the only Rivals <->f the Hanlons; J. 8HOWLES, The daring Gymnast; PUILO NATHANS, in his principal Act of Poetry of Motion; HARRY KING, in bis celebrated Bar Act: Together with the entire Company in new Acta. with the celebrated Jester, JOHN FOSTER. Admission so cents: children 25 eent?. Commence at Alexandria, THURSDAY, Octo ber 13_ ? ?. LABBB'S DANCING ACADEMY. F. B. LABBE has the honor of informing hie patrons and the public that in consequence ??__ of hie not being able to obtain his room until SH November, be 5* obliged to postpone tbeilTM commencement of hie classes iu Washington!*?-? until that time. Due notice will be given in future advertisements of the exact time. eep 15 D A ANGING ACADEMY. H. i. BU08ELL WILL OPEN HIS ACADEMY, AT ODD TELLO WS? HALL, Seventh street, between D and ? streets, ON MONDAY, SEPT. 2?TH. Ladies, Ml'ses, and Master's Olaas.ou MONDAY and WEDNESDAY Afternoon, from two to five o'clock. Gentlemen'? Class on the same evninga from seven to ten o'clock. For particular? eall at the hall on days of tui tion._._ ?ep 17 eo!2t piANO FOBTB TUNING, _ MELODEON TUNING. RIM I take pleasure in announcing to my friend? and patron? tbat I have been fortunate in securing the service? of Mr. A. F. DSBSAN, from New York, wbo is one of the most competea and skillful PIANO TUNERS in our country, and I solicit orders at our store for Tuning, Repairing and Regulating of PIANOS, MBLODEONS, ORGANS, or any musical Instrument. PIANOS and MELODEONS taken to our Warerooms in upper story of estab lishment, and thoroughly renovated, repaired, recapped, ?See, at short notice, aud moderate charges. _ ? ORDERS FOR COUNTRY, Alexandria, and other places solicited and prompt ly attended to. JOHN F. ELLIS, Piano and Music Store, 306 Pa. avenue, be t. 9th and loth sto. Chickery A Son's Piano Agency._oc l A8HINGTON CITY 8AVING8 BANK, .?corpora** eo March Sth, 1664. EDWARD SIMMS, President and Treasurer. EDWARD CLARK, Vice President and Sec'y. WM. ? DOLE, THUS J GARDNER, J.J COOMBS, _ S.V. NILES, JOHN R. ELVANS, Directors. This Bank ia now open for the receipt of Deposits, at th? NEW BANEING HOUSE. No. ??t* La. av. Under Semine' New Building. Money Loaned on stocks, trust deeds and all good securities. EDW. CLARK, Sec'y. EDWARD CLARK k CO., BANKERS, At the Savings Bank, No. ?58 La. av., Dealers in EXCHANGE, GOLD AND SILVER. And General Banking Business. Edward ______ [sep 3i-l ml Jno. B. Blvass NEW RETAIL CLOTH HOUSE, No. 129 Haltimore Street, BETWEEN CAL VERT AND SOOTH STS, F. HENKELMAN. in addition to the MER CHANT TAILORING BUSINESS, has this day opened for Retail a largo assortment of FORRIG?*. AND DOMESTIC WOOLENS, Such as BLACK AND COLORED CLOTHS, BEAVER AND CHINCHILLA OVERCOATINGS PLAIN AND FANCY CAS8IMERE3 AND COAT INGS, _ _. __ Fob Men asd Hoy's Wear. Also, a select assortment of goods for LADIES CLOAKING8. to which he would invite the atten tion of those making purchases. Having unusual facilities and a long experience he feels con?dent of being able to meet the wants of the present times. Terms will be Caah and one Price only Bep24-im*_ '* w QUARTERMASTER GENERAL'S OFFICE. _ First Division. market, till November i, 18M. FV * " vyvu ?Horses will be delivered to Captain L. Lowry Moore, A. Q. M., and be subiect to the usual Gov ernment inspection befure being accented. Price of Cavalry Horses, frfe each. Price of artillery Horses. *l8u each. Payment will be made for six (6) or more. Colonel First Bivieio_,AM/_l. ?effiMSac?. oc 3-td FOB BALE-An OMHIBUS LINE consisting of five first-class Coaches aad thir- _*__*_>-*-?. tv Horses and Harness complete ?Me C__-__ tne line ruas from the Navy Yard 1 _S toOampStonemanandGie.boro'. For terms, Ac, _t?TJi7 }?**1 or otherwise to B. BEY AN, No. ???^"1*?** orn?t, near the Navy Tard gato. Washington, p. Q1_se ? Im? SUBSTITUTES, SUBSTITUTES Oan be bad at the old established offise, 809 NBW JBBSEY AVBBUS. opposite the Depot of the B, AK). Bailroad. :_oc3?w* SHOW OARJUWQR SALE.-Just received eight elegaia?fta?NTER SHOW CASES hy the hart SakerslnWbw fork. Apply to P. J. BELLE Wi . e_JiO,.#?re?t,t_r*P^rt^ ofVAtlX lews* Hall._ IpEMf C'o.1* ?S ?Wi&mMmi? Pennsylvania avenue. West Bad, ?ad procure a botti? of Apa? Oar? and a package of hi* Antidoto. Th?y ar? warranted te cure. Price?.?. ecp3 2w TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. THE ELECTIONS. GLORIOUS UNION VII TORIES. Ohio Good fer 40,??? Maierity?Indiana Give? 20,000?The Ceatest 1? F.anayl ve nia Close?Her Seldiers yet to be Heard From?!.? Doebt of a Good Report?The Keyateae State Faithful and Trae?Large Ceagreesieaal Oaiaa ia Ohio aad Iadi aaa?The Resalt Highly Cheering?Tbe (aise of the Ualen Triumphant. OHIO. General Scheuch, Congres?, third district, about2,01)0 majority. Unien majority on whole vote in tbe State estimated at 40,000. Fifteen or sixteen Union Congressmen elected. Ciifei-i-TATi, Oct. 11?Ohio election returns show large Union gains over Oov. Brough's vote. Hamilton county gives about 5(10 Union ma jority. Eggleston and Hays, Union, elected in the Erst aad second districts. INDIANA. Isdianafolip, Oct. 11.?Returns indicate the election ofthe Union State ticket by a large majority. I w di aw APOLie, Oct. 11, 9 p. m.?The election passed oil' quietly, as far ae heard from, throughout the State. Reports thus far show large G ? ion gains over the vote of 186 J, which gave 12,000 majority for the Republican ticket. Wayne county 3,000 majority, a gain of 1400. In the fifth Congressional district, partial re turns give 7,000 Union majority, a gain of 5,000. In Indianapolis city and township, a prob able majority for the Union ticket ef five hun dred, a gain of four thousand. Centre ville townehip: Votes polled, five thousand and eighty-six; majority for Morton, two hundred and fifty-six, a gain of one hun dred and fiity over the vote of I860. Delaware county, eighteen hundred to two thousand majority for Morton, a gain of thir teen hundred. BicHMoiiD, Ind., Oet. n.~Morton, sixteen hundred and eighty-three; McDonald, Demo crat, fifteen hundred and twenty-nine, a Union gain of five hundred. Decatur county, Union majority fiye hun dred. -??? PENNSYLVANIA. PHILADBLFHIA. First Congressional District?Complete? Randall, Democrat, 2,184 majority. Second Congressional District?Union ma jority, 4,04_. Third Congreesiooal District?Union ma jority, 861. Fourth Congressional District?Union ma jerity, 3,356. Fifth Congressional District?Except Backs county, 1,001 Union majority. Whole Union majority in city is 7,098, against 7,0?? last year. Union gain, 17. In fifteen of the Philadelphia wards, the Democratic gain is 147. First ward, Union majority, 820. Democratic gain, 263. Second ward gives 150 Union majority; Union gain, 162. Third ward, Democratic majority, 275; Demo cratic gain, 164. Fourth ward, Democratic majority, 960; Dem cratic gain, 41. Fifth ward. Democratic majority, 297; Demo cratic gain, 150. Sixth ward, D?mocratie majority, 157; Demo cratic gain, 121. Tenth ward, 1,236 Union majority; Union gain, 10. Twelfth ward, Union majority, 55; Demo cratic gain, 27. Fourteenth ward, Union majority, 993; Union gain, 38. Fifteenth ward, Union majority, 927; Demo cratic gain, 102. Sixteenth ward, Union majority, 21; Union gain, 114. Seventeenth ward, Democratic majority, 665; Democratic gain, 93. Eighteenth ward, Union majority mi: Demo cratic gam, 118. Twentieth ward, Union majority, 720; Union gain, 212. Twenty-elxth ward, Union majority, 728; a new ward. Congressional Districts. KIB0T DISTBICT. Eleventh ward, Democratic majority, 488. Union gain, TS. SECOND DISTBICT. Seventh ward, Union majority, 611. Union loss, 56. Eighth ward, Union majority, 449. Union loss, 25. Tenth ward, City, official Union majority, 1,132. Union loss, W. THIRD DISTRICT. Thirteenth ward, Union majority, 680. Union lose, 180. -?G??? DI8TBIOT. Nineteenth ward, Philadelphia, Kelley, Union, reported ?_00 majority. Union gain, 279. Nineteenth ward, Union majority, 62. Union gain, 113. Twenty-first ward, Union majority, 273. Union gain, 134. FIFTH DISTBICT. Twenty-second ward, Union __tajorlty, 914. Union gain, 136. Twenty-fifth ward, Democratic majority, 366. Union gain, 15. Twenty-third ward, Union majority, 421. Union loss, 36. Doylestown, Bucks county, Democratic ma jority, 37. Democratic gain, 26. Doylestown, Democratib majority, 65. Dem ocratic gam, 68. Bucks county, reported 1,100 Democratic ma jority. If this estimate is correct, lt will defeat Russell Thayer, the Union candidate, unless the soldiers' vote turns the majority the other way. SIXTH DISTBICT. Lebigh county gives about 1,950 Democratic majority. Union loss, 200. 8BVBNTH DISTBICT. West Chester district, Broomall, Union, 539 majority. Union gain, 5. Chester borough, Delaware county, Union majority, 154. Union loss, 88. jjelaware county, Union majority, 1,250. Union loss, 200. Thirty townships m Delaware county show ? G??? turn *____ --?>? _. . U1UU lOt* U- *?-'. Chester county, Union majority about 2,100. Union loss, 390 ..?._. Chester county, reported 2,000 l_ mon major, ity. Union loss, 500. B1?HTH DI8TB1CT. First ward, Reading, 105 Union majority. Reading, seventh ward, Union majority, 90. Fifth ward, 1'iiiQamajority. 51. Reading, compl?te, Unicn \majority, 114. Union gain, 65. Ninth ward. Democratic majority, 39. Berks county, about 6,600 Democratic major ity; same as last year. HINTU DISTBICT. Lancaster, Democratic majority, 150 Dem ocratic gain, 100. Lancaster county, Ste vene's majority, about 4,000. Union loss of 1,600. TBMTB DISTBICT. Potts ville, Fisher, Union, 479 majority. Union gain over last year, 35. Norwegian township, Union gain, 4*2. Union township, 25? Democratic majority. Port Clinton borough, 11 Democrati cmajor ity. Democratic gain, 20. Tamaqua borough, Democratic majority, s_. Union gain, 55. _ Potutown borough, Democratic majority, 171. Democratic gain, 37. Lebanon county gives 800 Union majority. Union loss, 200. Twenty districts in Schuylklll county give 268 Democratic majority. Main majority in county will be 1,900. Union gain about 100. mJJtVEMTM DISTRICT. Eastern borough, Northampton county, Union majority, 35. Ueion loss, 5. Manch Chunk, 100 Union majority. Union gain, 18. Freemansborough, Northampton county, 2 Democratic majority. Union gain, 3. Wayne county, D?mocratie majority, 900; name oa lost year. TWBLFTH DISTBICT. Luserne county, Democratic majority, 403. Union g&?n< ?*9? POCBTKBNTH DISTBICT. Dauphin county?Harrisburg, 233 Democrat ic majority. Democratic gain, 14o. As far as heard from Union majority te 186. Union county, Union majority, 431. Union loss, ?13._ ITH DISTBICT. York county, Democratic majority, 2,800. Cumberland, Democratic majority, ?oo. Perry not heard from. ri Oloesbrenner probably elected by 3,000 raa Cnmberland gives Oloesbrenner, regular Democrat, about eoo majority. Petersburg borough, War Democratic jority, 64. Oloeabrenner - Democratic majority la Cum berlaad, aboat 6??. ??* m aiXTBBWTB niSTRKT Bedford borough ad townanip, 140 Demo ere ?lo majority D-m<x*rauc *atn, e*?. Franklin conutv, Democratic neaiorUy, l*?'. Democratic gain. 3U0 w* Fall?n coanty, about 230 DemocraUo major ity. Democratic ice?, 30. SBVXBTBBNTH DISTBIOT. Blair county. <5? Ualon majority. Unfcn lose, 447. Huntingdon borough. Union ????,d?. Cambria coonty. Democratic majority about 1,000. Democratic gain, 170. BIOBTBBBTB DIBTPI<*T. Six townships, 86 Union majority. T'nioa loa*. M. Tioga county, Unloa majority, 3,000. 1'nlon pain, hk> BtWBTBBBTH r*I*?TR10*T. Brie?four city wards pive aoo Union ma jority. TWBBTIBTH DlftTBICT. Crawford county, Union majority, 1,300. Democratic gain, eoo. Crawtord county, Union majority, 1,400. Union loss, soo. -??_-?_?-G???? eBC0BD DISTBICT. Allegbaay county g|Te, about 6,0P3 Union majority. Lo??, ?,???. ~ TWBBTV-VOVBTR niSTBlCT. Uaion majority, 600 in Beaver coaaty. Union loes, ISO. Pitt?ib?bg, Oct. 11.?Allegheny county re tarns come in slowly. About on? half of the diatrieta beard from iadlcate a i'mon ma?orliy on the Congressional vote In the entire county of ?,??? on the home vote. In Pittsburg the Union majority is 1,430, a falling off of 400 from Curtin's majority. Latest. [Special Dispatch to the Chronicle | PBiLAx?BLFBiA,Oct.ll?We have probably carried tbe State on the home vote, gaining three Congressmen, and probably fonr. "We have seemed both branche? of the ?a>xtelature, the returns from the soldiers indicating at toast ??0,000 majority for tb? Union ticket. Tbe copperheads are ia despair; tbey know ?we will carry everything overwhelmingly In November. We bave had a fearful fight on thia great battle-ground, and bave aecured all their strong position?*, and will move rapidly on the works of the enemy in November. _J. W. F. FRO ."ti MISSOURI. Price Acre?? the 0?*ge River -I mon Farce? ? o- operati n? Agaiaat 11 im. St. Lori??, Oct. 10.?The Democrat'* Jeffer son City correspondent says the rebel di?mon stratlOB on that place, on the 7th lestant, was merely to occupy onr attention while themain body crossed the Ossage river. They passed westward during the night som?? 20,000 strong, with sixteen to twenty-five can non and a long train. General Pleasonton arrived in the p.m. train, on the -Hi, assumed command,and in tbe after noon, followed tbe rebels with -,??? cavalry. At night a report reached Jeffereon City tbat we bad engaged Price's army, while Qeneral Curtis, wbo was coming from Kansas, was fighting in tbe front. FROM RE..TKKV. Repulse of tbe Rebels in aa Attack en Hepkiasville. Clabksvillb, Oct, 9.?General Lyon, with a force estimated from 400 to 700 men, attacked Hopkins ville at 7 o'clock this morning, aad de manded an unconditional surrender, which waa refused by Colonel Johnson. A fight en sued which lasted four hours, when the rebels retreated. The rebel loss was eight killed aad fifteen to twenty wounded. Our loss was six wounded. Train for Ceviagton Bnrned. Lxxinotok, ??., Oct. 11.?A private de spatch just received here, and considered reli able, says tbe rebel Captain Peter Everett's band captnred and burned this morning's train for Covington,and robbed the passengers. No farther particulars. Re-nomination of Hon. Sam. Haoper ???t??, Oct. li.?The Republican conven tion of the Fourth District renomlnated Samuel Hooper lor reelection to Congres, and J. M. Williame, of Cambridge, Presidential elector. Politic?! Items. Robert J. Breckinridge is stumping Ohio for Lincoln and Johnson. His relative Joba U. Breckinridge, is also on the stump for McClel lan and Pendleton. Ex-Senator Browning, of Illinois, has writ ten a letter denouncing the Chicago platform and coming out eqaarely for Line?lo aad John son. Oov. Seymoar is stamping Pennsylvania for McClellan. ?a a speech at Indianapolis, Gen. Hooker said that be believed the defeat of Oov. Mor ton would be a public calamity, and not less disastrous than a defeat in the field. He said he hoped the people of Indiana would never allow it to be done. Tbe McClellan club of Hartford, Conn., have lately taken roems in a place lately occupied as a coffin warehouse. Benjamin F. Hancock, Esq., father of tbe distinguished Major Oeneral W infield 8. Han cock, presided at the great meeting held in Norristown on tbe evening of the 6th last., in favor of the Union and the re election of Pres ident Lincoln. He has been a life-long Demo crat of the JefTersonian school, aad a leading and active politician in the Democratic party. Financial?The New York Commercial Advertiser of yesterday evening says : Tbe stock market shows a decidedly strong er tone snd a general recovery of prices. The late panicky feeling appears to be almost ex hausted, and witb returning confidence tbere is more disposition to operate for a rise. Some of the brokers were large buyers tbis morning, and appeared not afraid to take heavy lots at a material advance. Rumors were freely cir culated at noon as to tbe probable result of tbe Pennsylvania election; they were, however, generally understood to have been got up here, and bad not the effect, upon the market that was intended. The money market is comparatively easy. Tbe supply on call continues abundant at 7 per cent. Brokers try for a lower rate, hut without success, tbe disposition of lenders be ing to employ their funds othewise it tbey can not otherwise realize their ratea. The offerings of commercial hills continue extremely limited. Tbe best paper is discounted at 9 percent., with exceptional instances at 8 per cent. Good to fair names pay 12 to 15 per cent. MW The London Times, in a leader on *i. ? late fight between Admiral Farragut. fleet and the ram Tennessee, In the Mobile Bay, say. " We must now invite tbe public to draw a conclusion from this extraordinary trial of two things?one, either tbe armor of the Tennessee was superior to any of the targets which rep resents our iron-clads, or tbe ordnance of the Federals is inferior tofour artillery. We have already said tbat we do not think the former hypothesis could be maintained for a moment, and consequently we close witb the latter. Tbis we do without hesitation, and we imagine tbat most pereone acquainted witb tbe subject would be prepared to affirm tbat the guns which penetrated tbe Warrior target would at ten feet distance have smashed in the sides of the Tennessee before tbe action bad lasted a quarter of an honr?_m Nfw Yobk Mabkxtp.?There was uot much change ia tbe commercial situation yesterday, as compared witb Saturday. Tbe same dis inclination to making large pure-bases was again manifest, and the merchante seem de termined to make a few ventures until the fate of Richmond shall baye become settled and tbe Presidential election passed. There is no dis position to speculate, and only tempting offers in this way are taken. Cotton was lower. Pe troleum was quiet but firm. On Change the flour market opened dull and rather lower.but closed with rather more tone with the upward turn of gold. Wheat opened dali and heavy, but closed firm. Corn was lower aod irregu lar. Oats were doll and drooping. The pork market opened dull and heavy,bnt closed firm, witb a fair demand. Beef was more active, bat very irregular. Lard was less active aod lower. Whiskey and freights continued dull. ?N. I'. Herald._ ?sr The Christian Sun, a paper published at Weldon, ?. C, says: ?We think tbere Is little or no doubt that a fleet is now forming between Norfolk and Old Point to attack Wilmington. Among tbe nnmber of vessels seen by our in formant, tbere are two very formiuable moni tors. That an attack at on early dsy upon Wilmington is contemplated, we feel almost cer tain, and hope tbe authorities may he fall y prepared for lt." ?-?The New York Supreme Court has de cided that a shipbuilder who comiueaces aves sel on his own account, and afterwards trans fere it under a eontraet by w?"c*_^ii!?^,h_ deliver it for a certala earn, has ao? lieu on the vessel lor unpaid balances of the purchase , monev-fbrineuchacaeebe must necessarily SSKtn & owners it is ?dually deUxered. Vkkmonto?tot t?? DBAFT.?The Adju tant Qeneral of Vermont announces thfrt the State<Bma fll led her quota under the late c_!!V and nnder ?H c?118 pr?Tlouelr made, and now One a net ? orpins to ber credit of ten hundred and nine men. A mismito Vassal..?The miniature brig which left New York for Europe ?a tke aoth of Jan? was spoken July 20, when ebouLmid way acroesthe Atlantic, hut since that Urne nething bas been beard of bar. What soldixbs ars Ejttitlxd to Bou?? tt.?Tbe War Department baa decided tbat volunteers who bare enlisted subsequent to December 23, 1863, as? amMmn* to tne three hundred dollar? bounty. mW At Baagor. 20,000,000 feet lee? lumb.r was surveyed tbis year tban last.