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WASHINGTON. D. C... THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20. 1864. N2. 8.633. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. UALT>.HUftS AR? OHIO XAILRO+P* On and af>r Sunday, Jim l?tk, ISM, DaiIt Traina "??! be run k?t?M? Washiagtoa and New York and Washington and the Vwt.u follows: MOM rill LAiJML.ru I A. NSW T0&& AND BOSTON. Leave Washington atr? a m., 11.11 t. m.s and 8.3D p. m. d?.ly. except dn?d?y. rnVl^LriMoui "Jo friladxlrniA. *%* *VJw?irto? ?* ?wpt Baa. will note that thia traia mas M m. i>fcU?ii?i?ku?piy naFe*?? roJ| y0JI^ ? nT? Washington daily it 8.38 p. m. r*tj iraiM tj/or Ntw York W?mr , sacJamsfr FOR BALTlMOPg. Lht? Washington at 8 JO a.. n., il .IS am Sa m.,4.4Bp. m., 7.3Q p. m , aad 'ajgVmi.n'^ki? F*/81- *"d 8 ??- m" %,t?, SA*T? OF THE WEST. On Sunday at 1 and 8.30 p.'m ciSfi iSrSV *" P?lBU WMT' "* han"" ro& ANNAPOLIS. Leave Wwhington at 6.30 a. m. and 4.48 ?. m. daily, except Sunday. No vain for Annapolis on Sunday. Traits leaving Washington at 7.30 a. m. and 6.30p.m. co through to Haw York without chants W tmrs. 8)aeplngenraon6.Snand8.3np. m. traina. Bertha ?an be secured until 5 p. m. daily at th? ticket of floe. After that hoar tbey must be secured of tk# leeping car conductor. The 8rst and fifth traina atop at all way point*. The 3 p. m. train atop* only at Bladensburg, BeltsvUl^Laurel. Annapolis Junction and Belay House ?a#y, except Sunday. On Snnday it stops at all way pointa. PARTICULAR NOTICI. Passengers will please observe that thaSp. m. train ran* only ?j far as Pkiladtlphi* daily, szcirt Sunday. On Sunday it runs to Balixm art only. Also, that the 6.30r. m. tram tains Ntw York rasscnttrt ?ft i'v. For farther Information, tlek?te of any kind, Ae., apply to GEO. 8. KOONTZ- A^ent at Waafc ln<rton. or at the Ticket Office. w. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation. L. M. COLE GenerafTicket Agent. le2Q-tf ("*BEAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE J TO TBB NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST. ON AND A FT BR November lftth trains will leave Baltimore from North Calvert Station as follows : , Fast Mail at - - *J| *? Jf. Harrisburg Accommodation 3.00 P. M. Lightning Express? 9.30 P.M. TUB ?.30 A M TKAINFROM WASHINGTON connects with the 0 21" a. m train from Baltimore f.>r Pittsburg and the West, and for Elmira. Buf falo. Rochester. Dunkirk, Canandaigua, and Ni agara Palls, and for New York city. THE 7 .20 P M TRAIN FROM WA8HINGTON connects with the 9.30 p. m train from Balti* more for Elmira and the North and Pittsburg and the West. SLEEPING CARS "ON NIGHT TRAINS. SOI D11RS' T1CK1T3 AT G<>VEKNMB*T RtTE3. ONE THROUGH TRAIN ON 8UNDAY. LOW FAgE AND UUICK TIME. %&" For tickets and any information apply at the fift.ee of tha Great Pennsylvania Ri>ute, corner Pa avenue and 6th street, under National Hotel; acd Dep?t House, No. 403 C *t.. near New Jersey avenue, Washington. J N. BUBARRY, Superintendent N. O. R. R. B J. WILKIN8, Pass and Ticket Agent, corner 6th st. ?a&-tf and Penn. avenue. I. T.?1800.?X. Persons of sedentary habits troubled with weak ?a a, laaaitu'de, palpitation of the heart, Iaek o appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, con Itipation, &e., aeserve to raffer if they will so try the celebrated PLANTATION DITTER8, which arc now recommended by the highest medi cal aathorities, and warranted to produce an im midiatt beneficial eiTect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pure, and must supercede all other tonica where a healthy, gentle stimulant is required. They purify, strengten and invigorate. They create a healthy appetite. They are an antidote to a change of water and diet. They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours. Thoy strengthen the syptem and enliven the mind. They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevera Tbey purify the breath and acidity of tha atomach. They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation, They cure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera Morbus. Tbey cure Li*er Complaint and Nervous Head ach^ They make the weak strong, the languid bril lant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer. They are composed of tha celebrated Calisaya feark, winter green, sassafras, roots and herbs, all yraserved in perfectly pure 8t. Croix rum. For ?particular!, see circulars and testimonials around ?ach bottle. Beware of imposters. Examine every bettle. Bee that it has D. 8. Barnes' signature on our pri vate U. 8. Btamp over the eork.with plantation scene, and our firm signature on a fine steel plate ngTaving on side label. Eee that oar bottle ia not refilled with spurious and deleterious stuff. We defy any person to match the t&sta or character of ear goods. Any parson pretending to sell Plantation Bitters by tha gallon or In bulk, is an impostarl We sell only in our cabin bottla. Any parson Imitating this bottle, or selling any other material thereia, whether called Plantation Bitters or not, la a criminal nnder tha U. B. Law, and will be so prosecuted by us. Wa already have our eye on two parties ra-flllicg our bottles, Ac., who will succeed In getting themselves into close quarters. The demand for Drake's Plantation Bittera from a?, clergymen, merchants, Ac., Is perfectly incredible The simple trial of a bettle is the evidence we pre nt of their worth and superiority. They are sold ?7 all respeatabla druggists, grocers, physicians, hotels, saloons, steamboats and country stores, P. H. DRAKE A CO., aog2 eoJm 90* BROADWAY, N. Y. DINNERS AND DINERS, by E. L. Blanehard. London Manual of Franca Cookery. London One Hundred and Twenty-four Receipts for Cook ing a Rabbit, London Hints fer the Table, London Cookery, Carvii'g, and Etiquette of the Table, PiTT^son^Hand Book of Dining, London Cuisinier Practicien, Paria_ L? Cnisin<er Imperial, Paris The French C*ok _ . Miss Leslies French Cookery goyer'a Modern Housewife Cookery for the Milliop, London Kitchener'a Cook's Oracle Sacdsraoa's Complete Cook Baakill's Housekeeper's Encyclopedia Francatelli's Modern Cook Household Cyclopedia, Lo^dou^ TAyL0R. 7*)C0A MATTING AT PRIYATB BALB.?We have Just raeaived for private aale, from the ueitu, 100 Rolls ot J,4, ana ? quarter ef OOCOA MATTING, of exeeilent quality. To which we invite the attention ef buyers. W. L. WALL St, Oo . Auctioneer a and Oommisaioa Merchants, South cor. 9th atrset and Pennsylvania Avenae, [Chroa.l aep W tw WB. TURNER'S LIVERY STABLB.on 7U ? afaeet, Between H and I, whereee?'iSa. me aan Be aecommodalad with Haikl T^3B Boggies and Saddle Horaea on reaw>nahi?aS terms. Be is also bayiaa and aaUia* ataek and persons in t?f trade will de vail to Mil. auction sales. future: hays. B Y W. B. LEWIS A. CO., Auctioneers, No. 307 Pa. avenue. B REGULAR AUCTION BALE9 EV1RY TUES DAY, THURSDAY. AND SATURDAY. Cub advances made on all kind of goods. Sales settled name day, if required. sep 24-1 m Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneer J. No. 546 corner 7th and D streets north. SALE OF VALnABLE~TMPROVBD AND UN IMPROVED PROPERTY. The undersigned, trustees under the will of th? late Edmund Keiley. offer for sale at public auc tion lhe followingproperty : On WEDNESDAY, 26th October instant, at four o'clock p. m.,on the premises? Part of Lot 8. Square fronting 62 feet 5,1-* inches on 1st street east. Lots4 and 9, SqDare 814. East half of Lot 16, Square 867. Lot 9, 8quare 788. . . Part of Lot 4. Square 7S0.15 faet 10,5i inches on A street and fio feet on 2d street east. Part ?f Lot 3, Square 769, west p*rt fronting 20 feet on East Capitol street by depSh of lot. Three years of lease on lot unexpired. Part of Lot 9, Square 758, beginning at northwest angle ofsquare, running south and along 2d street east 80 feet 7 inches, thence east 21 feet 3 li-i inches, thence SI feet 8,'i inches to Maryland avenue, thence south weatwardly along said avenue 34 feet to the place of beginning, containing 1,832 square 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 B street south by depth of lot. Part of Lot In, Square S43, beginning at the west corner of said lot, with front of 27 feet by depth of lot. Part ef Lot 19, Square 729. Lease99 years ob 25 feet front by depth of lot, 52 years unexpired, on East Capitol street, near Cap itol grounas. And on THURSDAY, the 26th instant, at 4 o'd'k p. m.. on the premises North half of Lot2fS Square 53. Lot A, subdivision of Square 579, frontin- 23 feet fi.inches on south D street, depth 109 feet6 inches containing 2,473 square fee*. The improvements are: Two frame buildings on part of Lot 19, Square 729;one frame on lot 9. Suqare <88; 2 brick houses on part of Lot 4, Square 730, and a frame on Lot A. Square 579. Terms of ssle: One half <>f the purchase money is to be paid in cash, and the residue in 6 and 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A payment of 825 on each lot will be required at the time of purchase. If the 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's previous notice in the Nations*! Intelligen cer is reserved by the trustees. The cost of conveyancing and revenue stamps to be paid McKRWN A. JOHN CARROLL BRENT. Trustees. oe 8-d GREBN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. B Y J. C. McGUIRE <fc CO., Auctioneers. CHANCERY BALE OF IMPROVED AND UNIM PROVED PROPERTY. Under and by virtue of an order of the Supreme Court, of the District ef Columbia, pissed Septem ber 29th, 1864, in a certain cause wherein George W. Miller is complainant, and Ellen Miller eta! are de'endanls, (No. 146, Equity,) directing a re-sale of certain pieces of property heretofore sold, and for which the purchasers failed to comply with the terms of sale iD every particular, we shall sell, on TUE8DAY AFTERNOON. October 25th, at 4 o'clk, on the premises, the south part ef subdivision G, H, and O, in Square No. 492, fronting about 22 feet on Fcar-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 dwelling house, immediate possession of which will be given. Immediately after we shall sell, on the premises, the middle one-third part of Lot 16. in 8quare No. 868. fronting 17 feet on north A street, between 6th and 7th streets east, and tunning back 128 feet 1 inch to a St-foot alley. Also, the north half of Lot No. 16, in Square No. 696, fronting 23,'* feet on 1st street east, between south I and K street*, and running back 93 feet. Terms : One third in cash; the remainder in 6,1J, and 18 months, with interest, for which the par chaser mast gives notes, secured to the satisfaction of the Trustees; the purchasers to have the option of paying all in cash. Conveyancing, including stamps, at the purcha ser's expense. . If the terms of sale are not complied with in five days after the sale, the Trustees reserve the right of re-telling at the risk and expense of the default ing purchaser, on one weeks notice in the Na tional Intelligencer. GEORGE A. B0HRERJ E.C.MORGAN, > Trustees. A. THOS. BRADLEY. \ oc3-eoA.ds J.C.MjGUIRE A C0..Aucti Y JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. D 1 RUSTEE'S SALE OF SMALL TRACT OF LAND NEAR THE INSANE ASYLUM. On TnURBDA Y, October *7, at 11 o'clock m , at the Auction Rooms of Jas C. McGuire A Co., by virtue of a deed of trust from Charles J. Uhlmann and wife to me, dated March 7, 18u3, aud duly recorded in Liber N. 0. T.. No. 2, folios 65, et seq., one or the Land Records for Washington County and District of Columbia, I shall sell part of the tract of land known formerly as ''Woodstock." and latterly as the "Kosciusko Place,''situated near the U. 8 Insane Asylum, the part to be sold being described as Lot "A." as laid lown upon a plat of survey made by T. Iskyll, said nlat having been duly recorded in Liber 3. A. 8? No. 213 folios 448, Ac., one of the Land Records of Washington County, said tract containing twenty-two acres, two roods, and thirty-two perckea, more or less. Terms; One-third cash; the remainder in six and twelve months, with interest, secured by deed of trust on the premises. Conveyance* and revenue stamps at the cost o the purchasers. v DAVID WALKER. Trustee. sep21-2awAds J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. gY J. C. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers. CHANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED PROPERTY ON THE ISLAND. By virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, sitting as a Court of Chan eery, in cause No. 215, Equity Docket 7, In which Murray A Semmes are complainants, and Cornelias J.Desmond and others are defendants, on MON DAY. the 3tst day of October, 1864, at 5 o'clock p. m., at the premises, I shall proceed to sell, at pub lic an otion. Lot No. 7, in Square No 388, having a front of 2b feet on south t street, and running hack 126 feet to a wide alley, together with the buildings and improvements, which consist of a large two story frame house and back building. This prooertv ?? ?ituato on F street south, be tween 9th and ]Qth streets west, and the sale offers a desirable opportunity to those desiring to invest in real estate. The terms of sale are; One-half cash, and the re mainder to be paid in six months, with interest, secured by bona. No deed given till the whole of the purchase is paid and the sale ratified by the Court. Conveyancing and stamps at purchaser's cost. W. Y. KENDALL. Trustee. oc 14 3tawts JAB. C. McGUIRE A. CO., Aucts. RUCTION SALE Of CONDEMNED HORSES. Q0laTlKM A8TKR Gas.'ti Or rici, 1st Division,/ Washington Citv, October 1,1H44. S Will be sola at Publio Auction, to the highest bidder, at th? time and places named below, via: Mifflin, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, October 13, JSu4 ? ^Wilmington, Delaware, THURSDAY, October 2", ^ork, Pennsylvania, THUR8DAY, October 27, T'toO HUNDRED CAVALRY HORSES, at each place. , These horses have been condemned as unfit for the cavalry aervice ef thearmy. 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 Quartermaster General. J AMIS A EKIN, Colonel in charge 1st Division, Q. M G. 0. oc 1 26t rpREASURY DEPARTMENT, Jl Office of Oomptrollbb or thb Currkhct Washington, October 4,1464. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that The National Bank of the Metropolis, in the City of Washington, in the county of Washington and Dis trtet of Columbia, has been duly organiaed under and according to the requirements of the act of Songress entitled "An act to provide a National urrency, secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and provide for the circulation and re demption thereof," approved June 3.1864, and has complied with *H the provisions of said act re quired to be complied with before commencing the business of banking under said act: Now, therefore, I, Hugh MeCul lack. Comptroller of the Cnrreney, do heraby certify that Thi Na tional Bank of the Metropolis, in the City of Wash \niton, in the ceunty of Washington and District oJ Columbia, is authorised to commence the business ?'.Banking under the act aforesaid. In testimony whereof, witness my hand and seal of office this/ourtAday of October, 18K4. ? HUGH MoOULLOCK, oca dfl t Comptroller of the Currency. m""' "WiiH,; DRAUGHT ALE AND PORTER. I am new receiving Urge quantities of DRAUGH T ALS and PORTER from thia celebrated brewery, which I am prepared to fnrniah on ahart netice to all persons who favor ma with their ordera. Orders given to my drivers will be promptly at tended to. Goads delivered in all parts ef Washington and Georgetown,free of charge. RILEY A. 8BINN, Agent. Union Bottling Depot, ST Green street pfrtf Georgetown 1. o. AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL. MUSIC J CANTERBURY HALL,) AND HAL LICANTE&BURY HALL. i TH1 ATM Louisiana Atiici, Jftar Comer tj Sixth strut, Rtar ot National mnd MttropolUan HcUls. Giemon Lpa . ? Proprietor W. ?. CATASAUGH . ..Stage Manager Lodis Sxolloby?? _ Ballet Mut?l J?BH Ebpcta? Music*! Direotoi EXRRAORDINARY ATTRACTION. EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION. 8TILL ANOTHER GREAT STAR. ETILL ANOTHER GREAT STAR. MORI NEW FEATURE?, M?RE NEW FEATURES, MORE NEW FEATURES. The Manager is proud to announce an engagement for a brief season with CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, CHRRRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, THE STAR OF THE WEST, THE STAR OF THE WEST, THE STAR OP THE WEST, THE STAB OF THE WEST, Pantomimic, BanjoiBt, Vocalist, Guitarist, Comedienne, Pantomimist. Banjoist. Vocalist, Guitarist, Comedienne, And altogether THE MOST VERSATILE ACTRESS. THE MOST VERSATILE ACTRESS, THE MOST VERSATILE ACTRESS, THE MOST VERSATILE ACTRESS? AMD MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, MOST1 BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, On the American Stage, Also, first appearance of MISS LAURA LE CLAIRE, MISS LAURA LE CLAIRE* MISS LAURA LB CLAIRE, MISS LAURA LK CLAIRE, MISS LAURA LE CLAIRE, MISS LAURA LE CLAIRE, Protean Actress and Vocalist, Firpt appearance of JOSH HART, JOSH HART, JOSH HART, JUSU MAiiT, The celebrated Negro Comedian. Also of MISS NAOMI TORTBR, MISS NAOMI PORTER, MISS NAOMI PORTER, MISS NAOMI PORTER. MISS NAOMI PORTER, The Champion Female Jig Dancer. JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, The Great Mogul of Ethiopian Comedians. DELEHANTY AND WARD. DBLEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD. The Charming Clog Dancer?. BOB HALL, BOB HALL, BOB HALL, The FaTorite Negro Comedian fcnd Comie Binger. MASTER BABRY, MASTER BARRY. MASTER BARRY, The Youthful Bong and Dance Darker. JOHNNY REDDEN. JOHNNY REDDEN, The Capital Negro Delineator. In addition to the BURNT CORK BRIGADE, MONB. LOUIS SZOLLOSBY, and his array of PRETTY BALLET GIRL8, PRETTY BALLET GIRLS pretty ballet gir/ b, Consifting of MiM Ella Wesner, Miss Mary Garlner, Miss Liz* rie Wesner, Miss Mary Wesner, Miss Emma Scfcell, Mifla Kate Lewie, Miss Ell. vCtSi-i, Mist M. Wilson, Miss Kirk, MiM L. Garner, Who will apj* &? every night in a Select Repertoire of BALLETS. DANCES, PANTOMIMES. 3?eond Week of the INFANT ACROBATS. INFANT ACROBATS, INFANT ACROBATS, Agfd respectively six and four y?*rs. ENTIRE MAMMOTH COMPANY IN AN IM M1KBE NOVELTY ENTERTAINMENT, i. ADIES' MATINEE, LADIES' MATINEE LADIES' MATINEE, LADIES' MATINEE i.ADIES' MATINEE) LADIES' MATINEE! SATURDAY AFTERNOON. M'pRl AY AFTERNOON SATURDAY AFTERNOON. BAT U ED AY AFTERNOON. afternoon: SATURDAY AFTERNOON. When a Magnificent Bill will be uffered. PRICES OF ADMISSION. Parquette, Ba ecny, and Gallery.... Ufieenta Orchestra ehairc ???BOoeots Reserved Orel vtra seats . . ??. 75 eent< Lower Pririto l oxes, holdm* six per*on??.. *5 00 Upper 1 alee or ?oxm._.. ? $A uO ?bete teats in Balcony Bex?.?.... || a FriTiM Be v;s Rei?rTed Beito ein ba ttcured final hi is the ncrning till 2 p. m. AMUSEMENTS, FORD'S NKW THEATER. Tenth strut, above Pennsylvania avenue. [CROW DID~HOUSES Nightly greet the talented American Tragedian, MR. JUNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH, Who will appear THIS EVENING, October20, Ib his celebrated character of MACBETH, la Shakgpeare's subl ime Tragedy of that name. Lady Macbeth Miss Alice Gray All the Original Music Will be rendered by the entire Vocal Strength of the Company. Friday, BINEFIT OF JUNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH, Who will appear IN TWO GRAND SHAKSPEAREAN CHARAC TEES. GKO\H.K'S THEATER. Pennsy vania Avenue, near Willard's Hotel. LAST NIGHT BUT TWO OF MR. AND MRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS, Who have for the last twenty nights crowded this spacious theater to repletion. Last nieht of the beautiful Irish drama of ALL HALLOW EVE, with three beautiful Tableaux. ]. Snap Apple Night 2. Whiskey Still. 3. Con flagration. Last night of the roaring Comedietta of LATEST FROM NEW YORK, with MR. AND MRS BARNEY WILLI AM8 for tbesecond time as the IRISH BOY AND YANKEE GAL in the same piece. To morrow. Fiiday, Mr. and Mrs. Harney William* are to be the recipi-nts of a JOINT fAREWELL BENEFIT. BALLS, PASTIES, &c. A COMPLIMENTARY SOIREE ON MONDAY EVENING, Oct. 24th, 1851, unitel?thall, 499 11th street, near PeBn. avenue. Floer Manager?John A Poletti. Floor Committee?O. S. Boyle and C. Carson. It* A GRAND SOIREE for the benefit of WILLIAM H. WOOD, (of Third Ward,) Drafted, will take place at BEATON'S HALL, cor. 9th and D sts., on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2>, 1854. The committee of arrangements have de termined to use every eilort in making this an agreeable Soiree. Committee of Arrantanents. J.O.Parker, J M.Duncanson, D.J. McCarty, J.K.Mudd, Z.Hunt. Tickets ONE DOLLAR; admitting a gentleman and ladies. To be had from the Committee and at the door on the evening of the Soiree. ?c 17 41* A 5AXY iS A PROF. J. W. KREIS' DANCING ACADEMY is X now'open for the season, at Temperance ~~ Hall, E street, between 9th and 10 h. Honrs of tuition for Ladies, Misses, and Masters. Wednesday and Saturday after- I noons from 3 to 5. Gentlemen's class, Monday. Wednesday, and Fridayevenings from 7 to 1*>. The quarter will commence with the first lesson of the pnpil. oct 8-lm ]\f ARINl'8 FASHIONABLE DANCING ACAD ??-I EM Y, eA TEMPERANCE HALL, it E street, between 9th and loth sts. This Academy is now open for the reception of pupils. Days of Tuitio*. For Ladies, Misses and Masters?Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.from3to6p.nl. Gentleman's Class?Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, from 8 to in p. m. Those desirous of joining may do so by applying at the Academy during school hours. Quarter commencing on entry. oc 8 P R. LABB1S DANCING ACADEMY. F. R. LABBE has the honor of informing patrons and the public that in consequence of his not being able to obtain his room until November, he is oblired to postpone the commencement of his classes in Washington _ nntil that time. Due notice will be given in fn advertisements of the exact time. sep 15 MISSES ?'BRYAN, No. 1,107 Walnut street, Philadelphia, have just received alarge^(% and hanesome assortment of FRENCH MlL-^BI LINEKY, to which the attention of the la-3^^ dies is invited. Particular care given to orders, oc 11-lm* F ALL GOODS. JugT bbCBIV*D 31T SEVENTH STREET. Hav'mg Just returned from New York, I would respectful y call the attention of the citizens o Washington, Georgetown and Alexandria to our large And well assorted stock of goods, comprising in part? PATTERN BONNETS, HATS, of all the different styles, FRENCH FLOWER*, RIBBONS, MILLINERY GOODS, NOTIONS. DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS. COTTONS. FLANNELS, <fcc.,ftc., with a general assortment too numerous to men tion. Having purchased the above since the heavy de cline in gold. I am prepared to sell at prices which defy competition. oc 12-Jw* Mrs. A. McCLOSKY, P IANO FORTE TUNING, MELODEON TUNING. I take pleasure in announcing to my friends and patrons that I have been fortunate in securing the services of Mr. A. F. DE88AN, from New York, who is one of the most competen and skillful PIANO TUNERS in our country, and I solicit ordure at our store for Tuning, Repairing and Regulating of PIANOS, MEL0DE0N3, ORGANS, or any musical instrument. PIANOS and MELODEONS taken to our Warerooms in upper story of estab lishment, and thoroughly renovated, repaired, recapped, Ac., at short notice, and moderate charges. ORDERS FOR COUNTRY, Alexandria, and other places solicited and prompt ly attended to. JOHN F. ELLIS, Piano and Music Store, 306 Pa. avsnue, be t. ?th and loth sts. Chickery A Son's Piano Agency. ocl TVTEW RETAIL CLOTH H0U8E, i> PU. 129 Baltimore Street, BETWEEN CALVERT AND &OUTH STS, F. HENKELMAN. in addition to the MER* CHANT TAILORING BUSINESS, has this day opened for Retail a large assortment of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC W00LEN8, Such as BLACK AND COLORED CLOTH8 BEAVER AND CHINCHILLA OVERCOATINGS PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERES AND COAT INGS, For Mkn and Boy's Wear, Also, a select assortment of goods for LADIES CLOAKINGS. to which he would invite the atten tion of those making purchases. Having unusual facilities and a long experience he feels confident of being able to meet the wants of the present times. Terms will be Cash and one Price only, sep 24-lm* FOB BALE-An OMNIBUS LINE consisting of five first class Coaches aad thir ty Horses and Harresa complete.' the line runs from the Navr Yard to Camp 8toneman and Gieiboro'. For terms, Ac., apply by letter or otherwise to B. BRYAN, No. 630 8th street east, near the Nary Yard gate, Washington, D. C se231m* UB8TITUTES, SUBSTITUTES S Can be had at the old established offiae, 509 NEW JERSEY AVENUE. opposite theDepotof the B. Alp.Railroad. oc3 2w* CJHOW CASES FOR SALE.?Just received eight ? elegant COUNTER SHOW CASES by the best makers in New York. Apply te P. J. BELLEW A Co., 010 7th street, three doors south of Odd Fel. lows' Hall. ly 23-tf |\J0RTH AMERICAN REVIEW FOR 0CT0 11 BER.?Contents Baron Steuben; Rwent Italiaa Comedy; The Conditioned and the Uncon ditioned; The Indian Bystem; The Life ef William Blake; Ocean Bteam Navigation; Gold win Smith; Nathaniel Hawthorne; The next General Election; Critical Notices. _oc8 FRANCK TAYLOR. rpO FAMILIES. "g^ELS, AND WASHER CO BURN'S WA8IIING FLUID. The best and cheapest article in use. A pint will do as mneh washing as five pounds of 8oap. For *le only by BR0WM jNg SEATING, sep 27 eo2w 3 83 PennsylTaniato???* WNK! "flfei. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FROM MISSOURI. Five Honrs' Fight at Glasgow?The Place Finally Surrendered? Suspension of Busi nm at St. Joseph and Kansas City. St. Louu*,Oct. 19.?Glasgow, Howard connty, was captured on Saturday by a large rebel force under General Clark. The place was held by six companies of the 43d Missouri, twelve-months men, under Colo nel Harding, who fought bravely for five hours, but was finally overpowered by superior numbers, and surrendered. The enemy had four nieces of artillery. The steamer West Wind, lying at the wharf was sunk. The city hall, and several other buildings, were burned. Ridgely, Platte county, was plundered by guerrillas on Saturday night, and Smithvlue, Clay county, was burned on Monday. Tbornton's and Thrailkill'9 notorious guer rillas entered Platte county, with a large force of rebels, on Friday. Business is suspended at St. Joseph and Kansas City. Leavenworth is being fortified. Formidable Character of the Invasion. St. Louik, Oct. 19.?The Democrat's Jef ferson City special says?Geu. Fisk returned this morning from a reconnoissance to Browns ville. Price wiB encamped at Marshal, Lafayette county, on Sunday night, and occupied the country between that place and Lexington. He is said to be greatly encouraged at the small forces opposed to him, and talks confidently of wintering in the State. Anderson, Jackman and others have enlisted a large number of recruits in North Missouri. Chariton and Howard counties each furnished 1,500, Boone 'J,000, Randolph 1,000, Calloway and Monroe 800 each. In addition to the recruits, the rebels are con stantly gathering arm* from the captured gar risons, and their army is assuming alarming proportions. FROM HAVANA. Blockade Running at Galveston. New York, Oct. 19 ?The steamer Colum bia brings Havana dates to the 15th instant No news of interest from San Domingo had reached Havana. The steamer Florida had amved at San Na zaire, with 1,500,000 Iranes for the French Gov ernment, the first fruits of the invasion of the Mexican Republic. The yellow lever is prevailing at Galveston. Two blockade runners were run in there on the 1st inst The anxiety concerning the steamer Roanoke had increased at Havana. It was confidently asserted that she had been captured by rebel passengers. The Roanoke Destroyed?Her Captor Ar rested. Halifax, Oct. 19.?Her Majesty's steam ship Steady reports that it was rumored that the Roanoke was captured by the rebel Lieu tenant Braine, who took her to Bermuda and landed the passengers; but he was not allowed to coal or provision her. He then proceeded to sea and burnt the Roanoke off Bermuda, re turning with the crew in boats. He was im mediately arrested by the British authorities. FROM KENTUCKY. Reportsof Forrest's Intentions? Proclaina. tion of a Rebel Commander. Cairo, Oct. 19?Great excitement prevails in this section in consequence of a raid into western Kentucky, by Forrest's force. General Meredith, commanding this district, has issued a proclamation calling upon the citizens to suspend business and rally to arms, and drive back the rebel hordes. Forrest Is reported to be at Corinth with strong cavalry forces, and expresses his inten tion to tree western Kentucky from the hand of her oppressor, and allow the people to vote as they plea.=e at the coming election. The rebel lorce left at Eastport, Mississippi, is estimated at three hundred. SHERMAN. Hood Retreating Southward ?A Union Corps at Lafayette. Philadelphia, Oct. 19.?The Bulletin has the following special dispatch: Chattanoooa, Oct. 19.?The latest nsws from Sherman's army Is that no enemy is in sight of bis force. Small bodies, supposed to have been detached from Hood's army, are hovering around the front. Hood, with the main body of the army, is supposed to be retreating southward. One of our army corps was at Lafayette yes terday. THE PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION. Philadelphia, Oct. 19.?As far as returns have been received, the Inquirer foots up 1,6>5 as the Union majority on the home vote. The Press thinks the complete returns will show a clear majority for the Union ticket on the home vote. The Age claims nearly 2,000 Democratic majority on the Congressional vote, and sev eral thousand additional on the coanty tick ets. The result is still in doubt on the home vote. Guerrilla Attack on a Railroad Train? Montgomery Blair Missing. Cincinnati, Oct. 19.?The train which left here yesterday afternoon for Lexington, Ky., was fired into nine miles this side of Paris. last evening, by a band of guerrillas. The train was stopped and the passengers got out, when another volley was fired, slightly injuring one or two passengers. The train immediately put back, arriving at Covington at ll o'clock last night. Montgomery Blair was among the passen gers for Lexington, and has not been heard of since the attack. Peace Convention at Cincinnati?An Inde. pendent Presidential Nomination Preb able. Cincinnati, Oct. 19?A peace convention met here yesterday with closed doors. Fifty delegates were present William M. Curry was chosen permanent chairman. A committee en resolutions was appointed, and the conven tion adjourned to meet to-day. It is understood that an independent Presi dential nomination will be made. Robberies in Vermont?Citizens Shot. Burlington, Vt., Oct. 19.?A party of twen ty-flve armed men rode into St. Albans, Vt this afternoon, and robbed three banks. Out of rm? they took 8150,000. oue They were from the borders of Canada Five citizens were shot?one it is thought fa tally. Having accomplished their obiect. the band left immediately for Canada. Blockade Runners. Halifax, Oct. 19.?The steamer Ready, from Bermuda, reports the blockade runners Falcon, Owl, Hope, and Helen, at Wilmington, loaded and waiting an opportunity to run out The Lady Stanley and Let Her Rip have also ar rived at Bermuda, from Wilmington. The Death of Major General Biraey. Philadelphia, Oct. 19.?General Couch, commanding the Department of the Susque hanna, has ordered all American flags to be dis played at half-mast on ttaeaist Inst., and signal guns fired, in honor of the memory of Major General Birney. The *>Sons of Liberty." Cincinnati, Oct. 19.?The case of H. II. Dodd, of Indianapolis, was concluded yester day The finding of the commission will not be published until submitted to the authorities at Washington. Rebel General* en rente to Fort Warren Boston, Oct 19.?Four rebel Generals, vl? Jones, of Virginia: Beals, of Arkansas: Trimbit of Maryland; and Frazer.of ; passed through Boston to-dav, en route to Fort Warren Norwalk, Connecticut, Election. South Nokwalk, Conn., Oct. 19.?At the charter election to-day, the Democrats elected their ticket 07"A man in St Louis, who has constantly invested in lotteries, and invariably lost for the last five years, was one of the first men drafted in that place the other day. He says his luck has come at last. KTIn Illinois, a young man having been drowned, his father and some friend* tired a oannon over the watar to raise the body. The cannon burst and killed the father. 117 Major General John Stanhope, of the English army, la on a visit to the Army of the Potomac. Tie Mirylud Election. The Baltimore Americ&n of this morumg says tie result of the vote on tie new consti tntion is jet doubtful, though the proepect is still favorable to Its adoption. Official returns bare been received from all the ooontie* of the State except Queen Anna's, Dorchester and SomerreL Adding the reported majorities from these counties the returns of the home vote foot up as follows : For the constitution '24.40-' Against the constitution fe-,351 Majority against the home rote.. 1,913 The soldiers' vote, so far as officially re ceived and counted, gives 1.541 majority in favor of the constitution This leaves 3I1> ma jority on the home vote against the constitution yet to be overcome. To counterbalance this we have yet to hear, officially, from the ?th in fantry, the 3d regiment of Potomac Home Bri gade, the 2d Eastern Shore regiment. Cole's cavalry, ^wo battalions.* the 3.1 cavalry, Al exander's battery, and two companies of the 12th regiment. Mr. King, the commissioner appointed by the Governor to bring in the re turns of the army of the Shenandoah Valley, has not reached this city. At a very moderate estimate this vote will reach 500 for the new constitution. The Sun says. We received, yesterday, a few additional official returns of the vote on the constitution. The majority in Somerset county against it is 1,601, and Worcester 1,180. The changes alter our table published yester day so as to increase the majority i? favor o? the constitution, as far as heard trora, to 477. It is expected that more soldiers' votes will yet be received. BENNETT CONCEDE* TIT* ELECTION OF Mr Lincoln.?The New York Herald, a paper ad verse to the Administration, concludes a long article upon the political situation by saying - ??Thus, from 1^40, Including the rertarkablff elections ol that memorable year, it will be per ceived from the election results we have given that while neither Pennsylvania, nor Ohio, nor Indiana by herself, in the October elections, sig nify anything the party which has carried in the* Presidential year any two of them In Octo ber has always secured "the President: and that where all three ol them have gone the same way the Presidency has been carried by a solid phalanx of States, as In 1*52 and in 1><H). Th*se curious results have held Rood in reference to the three great States indicated, in spite of all the interposing changes, revolutions and vicis situdes of the political parties of the country from 1840 to the present day. "The conclusion Inevitably follows that the results of the State elections of Penusyl vania, Ohio, and Indiana, of Tuesday last, have de termined the issue of the Presidential contest of ier.1." Thb Con Fisheries.?The Newfoundland papers leport that the cod fishery has proved a failure this season. The shore voyages are over, resulting in the smallest catch on re?ord, and news from Labrador shows that the catch there is far below the average. The herring flsherv at Labrador is also a complete failure, the catch being very inconsiderable The ex ports look larger this year than last, but the greater part has been old fish. Newspaper Case Decided.?'The case so long pending in the conrts in New York, be tween Stephen S. Clarke, plaintiff, and the Messrs. Brooks, of the New York Express, as defendants, was decided on Tuesday last. The jury gave a verdict in favor of the plaintiff. The issue involved was the right ol the parties as to their amount of ownership of the ilXew York Evening Express." iar An exchange comes to us with the fol lowing "head-lines" in its telegraphic columns: "The Enemy in Force at Dalton;" "Hood Re treats from Dalton;'' "Kilpatrick at Dalton;" "Hood's Army in the Rear of Sherman's Forces;" "Gen Sherman close on Hood's rear." The news editor of that journal must have been "slightly mixed." ?ST A horrible accident occurred in a coal pit at Newcastle, England, oa the flth inst. An explosion occurred at midnight, which killed seven out of eighteeu men employed at the time in the pit. A iorceot three bun Ired men had just left the colliery. Theor.'gin of the explosion is not known. JC7" The New York city railroad companies have concluded not to increase the rates of fare from five to six cents, but to sell tickets with the per cent, revenue tax added. Those purchasing only one ticket, of course, pay cents. ?y A little son of Charles i^ank, in Spring field, Mass , while playing on Saturday, fell into the river. His mother, whosawhlm strug gling, rushed Into the water to save him. The current swept her away, and both mother and child were drownrd. The remains were re covered. It is stated the physicians who examined Green, the Maiden murderer, at the request of the Governor and Council of Massachusetts have reported that they could discover no in dications of in insanity about him. ^"The English Government is wroth against the King of Oude, because, after they have robbed him of millions, he chooses to spend the pittance of ?*0,000 thay allow him, according to his own fancy. ?E?"The Rocky Mountain News of the 5th says that nearly one hundred persons have been killed by the Indians along the Platte and Arkansas rivers since the beginning of the outbreaks about three months ago. *S~The Northampton and New Haven Rail road has commenced a libel suit against the Northampton Free Press newspaper. The case will be tried In March. The Springfield Union says there is fun ahead. ?y"The Young's Men's Old Overcoat Club has resolved to point the cold tinmoving finger of scorn at every man who buys a new over coat during the next six months. K^A lady in Berkshire, N. Y., presented her husband with their twenty-first child last week. The babies are all living, but the father is almost caved in. He wants a Government contract. Commodore Pearson sailed from Ports mouth on the 13'.b to take command of the Pa cific Squadron. He will hoist his flag on the Lancaster, a screw steamer of 30 guns. B3f Artemns Ward is lecturing in New York on "Life among the Mormons." He sends complimentary tickets to editors, inviting them to come to his "show," and bring #ne wife. KT" A young man named Charles E. Erwin died in New York Monday from having acci dentally eaten of food containing arsenic, which had been prepared for rats. JET" Fears are entertained for the steamer Morning Star, which left New York for New Orleans on the 1st inst. She had not arrived at the latter place on the 10th. fp" Wisconsin is 6aid to be the sportsman's paradise at this time. There are lots of fat ducks and partridges running about asking some one to shoot them. ?yA Southern prophet, named Beckerdite, has prophesied the .-peedy downfall of the Southern Confederacy. Jeff. Is looking for that man to send him to the front. ??7*Advices from Northern Missouri state that the country north of Boonvilleaud about Lex ington is being abandoned by the inhabitants, who are fleeing from the approach of Price. ?y There is a wood famine in Montreal. The prices are so high that many poor people have to do without a flre. JJj" The Hon. Israel Washburne, of Maine, has recently presented to the town of Wash burne a valuable library. 0&~ General Oilman Marston has been as signed to the command of the first division of the Eighteenth Army Corps. ^"General Scott has arrived at his home in Elizabeth, New Jersey, where he will probably remain during the winter. R7*Six new ?* wells" have been "struck" in the "oil region" of Pennsylvania, within the past ten days. N7"Chas. Mackay and Geo. Aug. Salaare in Quebec in connection with the international convention. IT~At a late Canadian exhibition a premium of three dollars was awarded on a triplet of children. ?y An old man was run over by a train of cars at Stamford, Conn , Tuesday, and instant-* ly killed. BS^An Indian of the Sioux tribe, killed in a late engagement out West, was discovered after death to be a red-headed white man. JO" The Mas8achusetta soldiers in the field cannot vote at the ensuing Presidential elec tion. ?y Four men were arrested in New York yesterday for counterfeiting the U. S. fraction al currency. ?y Lord Lyons is at the Brevoort House, New York. ?STBears have recently been killed in Hunt ington and Hyde Parks, Vermont OS-Rev. Oswald More O'Oonnor.of Albanj', died very suddenly in that city Monday. t^A woman dropped dead in the streets of Philadelphia on Taesday. ?STThe Prince of Wales still wears a white hat. Fashionable intelligence, iE^Georgs D. Prentice says, when we get Lynchburg the rebellion will be "lynched." fry A Clergyman has been arrested in Chi cago charged with the abduction of a child. ?7>The late Roger B. Taney was the sixth Chief Justice of the United States. (ST* The newly-inyented Ames' cannon sends % ball seven miles. ?J" J no. B. Gough is delivering a new coarse >f lectures In the New England Statu. ?^"Governors Andrew, Morton and Broogh ire ??stamping" in New York.