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Y&l XXIV: WASHINGTON. D. 'J. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 21. 1864 fl2. a.684.
amusements. (JHUUH'I Tl Penneylv^ Ar?a?f, near Wiiford y * >tel. 'o.'svvir.'wfrwwftir ? A M R. AR D MBfl! V"rSIT V/lxif!hlfl? ?? ?K?K',t positively their last ItMtrMH but One !l ?si* "??on O^e'est Bi I oF&e Season. Mr. SJf Mrs. barney Williame in three or tielr 4*##* * '????. with many ?'* Son#* ud Dum rh? I^rforoaanre will commence with the 6rst artac lr\e.l*m,tfifal F?ir' Spectacis of THB LAKIfl np KILLABNY. ending eith the Irish ?ight. To b- followed by A* HOUR iw %,r V1 LLB, to MBelade with BARNBY THl B a r/i w MRD'llKW Tn* ttrttU ab09? Ftrmtyivania ?Znm. FIR8T BENEFIT OP ?b which occasion he will imm, .? , ov v 8HYL0CK, ****** M In Fhakspeara's Pit* of th? SiaCHAWT OF V111' I .h p*T&HI'' A CI, m%a&r&' 41 To' g?aY. * >?TIA and KATHBRIXB. Tomorrow. W1U.22?J?8-BRUTU8 booth BALLS, PABTIES, &C. "DROF, 4i KRB18' DANCING ACADEMY is ? BOW open for the seamen, at Temperanca at 11 ail, If street, between 9th and 10'*> 0 Hoars of tuition for Ladie<- afiMaa tml no?nsrfrc1m^S^ne8d"j, *n<y B^rdav * -o 8. Gentlemen's class. Monday. ?naT? -**< Friday evenings from 7 to 19. The J. - ?er will cemaeno? with the first lesson of the Va pil. act 8-lm \f AJUNI 8 FASHIONABLE DANCING ACAD i EM Y, it TEMPERA SOB HALL, JB B street, between 9th and 10th sts. #? This Academy is n?w open for the reception of pupils. Days or Tcitiow. For Ladies, Misses and Masters ? Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 3 to 5 p. m. Gentleman's Class? Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturday?, from 8 to 10 p. m. Those desirous of Joining may do so by applying at the Academy during school hours. ^u?'4.^r commencing on entry. ocg JP B. LABBB'S DANCING ACADEM^/ F. B. LABBE has the honor of ir forming his patrens and the public that in conf equenoe of his not being able to obtain his loom until 9* November, be is obliged to Postpone theJA commencement of his rinses ?.n WashingtonGSk notil that time. Due notica will be given in fiture advertisements of the exact time. sep 15 AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DAYS. T "W. :B. LEWIS A CO., Auctioneers, No. 307 Pa. avenue. B R*? BAJ^THUrIdA^Y, IndE|ATtJRDAY.UKS" - YJ?2 adv?nS?? made on all hind of goods. Sales ret tied same day, if repaired. sep 24- 1m R 1 WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. No. 626 corner 7th and D etreets north. SALB OF ^ ALU A BLR IMPROVED AND UN IMPROVED PROPERTY. i.L ?JKi,M2ifnSd' trustees under the will of the ikP?x?i Reiley, offer for sale at public auc tion the following property : nVini^k ?v' Mth Octcfber instant, at four ?> ? p m., on the premises? - of Lot 8, Square 690, fronting 62 feet B}* inches on 1st street east. Lots 4 and 9, Square 814. ?*f ? o ' 0 ^ Square 8C7. Lot 9, Square 788. Part of Lot 4. Square 73P. 15 feet Wi inches on A "reetand 30 feet on 2d street east. Part efLot 3, Square 759, west part fronting 20 feet on East Capitol street by depth ef lot. Three y?ys of least on lot unexpired. ? . '? Square 758, beginning at northwest angle ofsqnare, running south and along 2d atreet east SOTeet 7 inches, thence east 21 feet 31>? inches, thence 91 feet iii inches to Maryland ayenae, thence sifflth westwardly along said avenue 34 feet t^e^e place of beginning, containing 1^32 square Partof Lot in,"Square 843, beginning at the dis tanee of lt> feet from the northeast corner of acd fronting 10 feet 3'inches on B street sooth by depth ?flot. Part of Lot l<s Sqnsre 843. beginning at the west come/ of said tot, with front of 27 feet by depth of Firt f f Lot 19, Square 729. Le-vse99 ye?rs oi 25 feet front by depth of lot,52 years unexpired, on East Capitol street, near Cap itol grounds And on THURSDAY, the JtJth instant, at 4 o'clTi 2p* mon the premises? j4orth ball of Lot Sti, Square 53. Lot A, subdivision of Square 5T9, fronting 23 feet inches on south D street, depth 1?9 feet 6 inches ?containing 2A73 square fret. The improvements are: Two frame buildings on ?part of Lot 19,8qnare729;one frame on lot 9.8txiare 788; 2 brick houses on part of Lot 4, Square 730, and a frsmeon Lot A. Sqvare 5T9. Termwof sale: One half of th* purchase meney is to bepaid in cash, and the residue in 6 and 12 months, with interest, ?ecaTed by a deed of trust on the premises, or all cash, at the option of the purchaser. A par7irient of f25 < ? *%ch lc< will be required at the time of pan.hane. If the terms of *aVe are not complied with in one week thereafter, the right to resell, at the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser, on one weef'H previoac m>tice in the Nationw Intelligen cer w reserved by tfe?? trustees. Tkd co~t of ?onveyancin< ami re vanue stamps to ke paid by the purchaser. PATRICK McKKSKA. JOHN CARROLLTSrENT. Trustees. oif il GREEN A WILLIAM*, Aucts. TNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE. I In virtue ?f a writ of Fieri Facia, issued from the Clark's Office <yftb? Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, and to me directed. I will expose to Sublic sale, for each, on WEDNESDAY, the 2iith ay of October, inst.. 18*51. eominencing at 11 o'clk. a, m.,at A. ?. Chamberlin's Store, on the corner of loth street and Pennsylvania avenue, the follow ing goods and chattels wit: Smoking Tobacco, Chewing Tobacco. Sardines. Segars, Fruit Bowl, Apples,^Goblets. Crockery Ware, Caster, Knives, Forks, and Spoons, Ice Chest. Hammer, Cooking Utensils, Tin Wu?. Wood Ware. Wood and Bar rels. Lamp. 8<\reen, and lot of Chickens. Also, after the sale of the above, I will sell, on square No. 159. a Fraiue Shanty, seized and levied upon as the *oods and chattels and property of Thomas H. Willest.^n and Andrew W. Lane, and will be sold to satisfy judieiail Ne. 1.259 in favor of ArthurS. Ghamberlin. _ ? WARD H. LAMON, be 17 eoAds U. 8. Marshal, D. C. RUCTION BALE OF CONDEMNEDHOR8E3, QuiaTiaMABTKuGs!?.H;Orr!CE.lsTDiTi8i03,l W^eHiacTtni City. October 1,1864. ( v;?a ** Public Auction, to the highest i-ST-' t??e and places named below, rig; ^M'fflin, Pennsylvania, THURSDAY, October 13, ^Wilmington, Delaware, THURSDAY. October2", ^York, Pennsrlvania, THURSDAY, October 27, place ? HUNDR,1) CAVALfiY HORSES, at each These horses hare been condemned as unfit for the cavalry eervice *f thearmy. For road and farming purposes, many good bar gains may be had. Horses sold singly. Sales to commence at 10 a m Terms cash, in united States currency. By order of the Quartermaster General. JAMES A BBIN, Colonel m charge 1st Division, Q. M G. O. oc l set M ABBEY 00LLIN8 A CO.*8 PHILADELPHIA DBAUGHT ALB AND PORTER. I aa now receiving large quantities of DRAUGHT ALB and PORTER from this celebrated brewery, whioh I am prepared to fnraish on short netioe to all persons who favor me with their orders. Orders given to my drivers will be promptly at tended to. Goeds dslivered in all parts of Washington and Georgetown,free of charge. RILBY A. BHINN. Agent. L?i<m Bottling Jkpot, 67 Green street. Georgetown 9.0. fj*OB BALE?An OMNIBUS LINB consisting of Bre first-class Coaches aad thir- jrn^rVv ?y Horses and Harness complete. tiie lino runs from the NavyYard^HB to Camp Btoneman and Giesboro' Tor terms *c apply oy letter or otherwise to B BB^AN Ro* |V0 8th street east, near the Navy Yard gatoi WilBiQfwfi, 1/. V/ 16 B Ira* Can be had at the old established offise, 509 NEW JBBSBY AVENUE, opposite the Depot of the B. Alp. Railroad. oe 3 >w* WH0W CASE8 FOB SALB.-Just reeeived eight Co^AlO 7th street, three doors south of Odd Fel lows'Hall. }yS-tf rFO FAMILIES. HOTBL8, AMD WA8BER^ A WOMEN. JOWINI wTsniNG FLUID. The beet and cbeapeet article in use. A pint Will do as much waxhiog as Ave pounds of Soap, for sale only by v? o_ BROWNING A KBATING, '*9 27-eogw 313 Fennsylvanialavenae .O.RB'AO^CAjl^to, On hand ajarge Uief supeTior made Carriages, of the best style and finish, whkh will fee ,old at reasonable prices. All new work sold warn amusements. CANTERBURY HALL. M6B10 f CANTERBURY HALL, I AND HAL I? ^CANTERBURY HAJUUf THEATER LftpioAiA Avrara, p**r 0trim SixtA atrta,Btar *f NaHcmU mud Mitrfhta* Moult. trml" . OiTiimi, Louie Saoixoay ? ??js?BnHotJ? _ Jnm Barerj ~ ? .Maeical SirMtsi BXRRAORDINARY ATTRACTION. EXTRAORDINARY ATTRACTION. STILL ANOTHER OR*" BTILL ANOTHER ' STAR, dRBAT STAR. ^iorb new Features, MORE NEW FEATURE8, MORE NEW FEATURES. Tli* >I*iiiff*r to^rrmd to announce an?ngagement for a brief season with CHIRRY CHERRY CHERRY CHERRY CHIRRY CHERRY CHERRY CHERRY CHERRY CHERRY BELLI, BELLE, BBLLB, BELLE, BELLS, BELLE, BELLE, BELLE, BELLE, BELLE, THE STAB OF THE WEST, THE STAR OF THE WEST, THE STAR OF THE WEST. THE STAR OF THE WEST, Pantomimist. Ba-njoist, Vocalist, Guitarist, Comedienne, PantomimiEt, B&njoist. Vocalist, Gnitarist, Comedienne, And altogether THE MOST VERSATILE ACTRESS, THE MOST VERSATILE ACTRESS THE MOST VERSATILE ACTRESS, THE MOST VERSATILE ACTRESS. AHD MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN. MOST BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, MOST! BEAUTIFUL WOMAN, On the American Stags, Also, first appearance of MISS LAURA LE CLAIRE, MISS LAURA LE CLAIRE! MISS LAURA LI CLAIRI, MI88 LAURA LK CLAIRE, MISS LAURA LE CLAIRE, MISS LAURA LE CLAIRE, Protean Actress and Vocalist. First appearance of JOSH HART, JOSH HART, JOSH HART, JOSH HART, The celebrated Negro Comedian. Also of MISS NAOMI PORTIR, MISS NAOMI PORTER, MISS NAOMI PORTER, MI88 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, D1LIHANTY AND WARD DELEHANTY AND WARD] The Charming Clog Dancers. BOB HALL, BOB HALL, BOB HALL, The Favorite Negro Comedian and Comic t linger. MASTER BABRY, MASTER BARRY. MASTER BARRY, The YoaticM Song and Danee Darkey. Arnny redd-in. lUHNNY REDDEN, The Capital Negro Delineator. In addition to the BURNT CORK BRIGADE, MONS. LOUIS SZOLLOSBY, and his array of PRETTY BALLET GIRL8, PRETTY BALLET GIRLS PRETTY BALLET QIRI 8, Coisiiticg of MiM Ella Wesner, Miss Mary Gardner, Miss Lis Eie Wcsner, Miss Mar; Wesner, Miaa Emma Schell, Miss Kate Lewig, Miss JCU. more. Miss M. Wilson, Mus i Bally Kirk, Miss L, l Gurney, ? IfhOWilJ appear every night in a Selcct Repertoire of BALLETS, DANCE8, PANTOMIMBf, Second Weeknf tfee INFANT ACROBATS INFANT AOROBAT8. INf ANT ACROBATS; jAg?d respectively six and four years. ENTIRE MAMMOTH COMPANY IN AN IM. tflN&B NOVELTY BNTBRTAllMJ6NT. MATINEE, LADIES' LADIES' MATI LADIES' MATINEE, iSSI; When ? Magnificent B?U will be oOere*. PRICES OP ADMISSION. ? * # ariMtti, Balcony, and Gallery X mt| M LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE WASHINGTON CITY POST ^ifF thob?daY,oct^er ao^ce> VJVSSR SUgjr residence* 5fUietS at tb* the following Roles: **Cured by observing ?f\h^'h^nVeetter8 pl*In,r \o the itrtet and number eluding street anrf*''.? the writer's full address, In be addressed ^number, and request answers to 3. Letters * .*ordingly. town or ' ,0 strangers ot transient Tisitofe In a known ^tr, whom; special addrese may h*, un wit>> shoutd be marked in lower left bau?* corner .. tk% Ward " Transient." e. Place the postage stamp on th? upper right . band corner, afcd leave apace between the stamp I and direction for pout-marking Without interfering with the writing. A request for the return of a letter to the writer ff unclaimed within thirty days, or less, written or ferinted.witb the writer's full address across the left baud end of tbe envelope, face side, will be complied with at umial prepaid rate of postage payable when delivered to writer. LtADlES' LIST. Andrews Ariad'eFlsber Imma Moore Mollie ? Allen Miss S Frankler WillaAMcCaeneyM&rth Armor Marthy Foster Sarah C Miller Annie Alexander MissSFogle Julia A McOalister A1 2 AndersonLizzy JFulmer Mary N Middleton Mary Avery Bettie Farquaher Mar Modis Catherine Amerman Mrs N rianna MoFersonMaryA Andrews Jos'e Feldman Mary EMonavi Oonati AlbemCatherineFisher Mary Mitchell Maria Abrahan Gracy Gray Bella McLeod Elizb'th Adams Cath'e J^Groves MrsC W-3Newcomb Ellen Amy _ Bright MrsGeoSGodtine Madam Osborn Miss ? BrownMar? 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B. G.: Druggist; Minn^ota State Agency; Pennaylvania Union Club; A. G. 0. SAYLXS J. BOW EN. Postmaster. pALL GOODS. jrgT BXCXIVXD 3TT BXVXNTH 8TRXET. Baying Just returned from New York. I would respectfully eall the attention of the eitizena o Washington, Georgetown and Alexandria to our l*rge and well aaaorted stock of gc?<l". comprising f large In part? PATTXRN ftVMOi f LAflniLSi &c?t Ac.! with a general aaaortment too numeroua to mm Saving purchased the above since the heavy de cline in gold. I am prepared to aell at prices which ..^competition. ^ McCL08tY. Tl BTflHTn ni ?"? i a. mcQLOBBY. M Philadelphia ? Walnutatvoet, ffli oeu-lm* telegraphic news. CONGRATULATORY ORDERS. The follow lac order* are of important*, and explain themselves: HBADQrAKTBKS MlDDLB MlLITAUT DlVI aioa, October M, 1864?The following baa be** received, ana is published for tbo information of the army: ??War OaPARTniwT, Washihoto*. October 12?8 p. u.?Major General Sheridan; This De partment tenders lie thanks to yon, and through joo to Major General Torbert, Generals Mer rltt and Cutter, and tbe officers and soldiea* under thuv Command, for tbe brUllant victories on la?* snaday, by tbeir gallantry, over tb? rebel cavalry in tbe Shenandoah Valley. Un der gallant leaders, your cavalry has beecme tbe efficient aim in tbla country that it ba* ftroved in otber countries, and is winning, by ts exploits tbe admiration of the country and Government. "E. M. Stawton, Secretary of War. ' By command of Major General Sheridan. O. Kihgsbury, Jr., A. A. O. H*AIXitTART*R* Cavalry, Middlb Divi sion, October 14. 1?*M ?This dispatch will be read at once at the head of every regiment a this command. By command of Major General TorberL Wm. Ro.HanLL, Jr., a. A. O. DEPARTMENT OF THE GULf, Headquarters Military Division Whut Mississippi, yew Orleans, La., Oct. II, 1WM.? General Orders A'o. 58.?The subjoined extract from a despatch from Henry W. Allen, sty Hug himself Governor of Louisiana, to the retxtl Secretary ot War, is published for general in formation : ExncPTivnO*?HB. SiiRBvnronT, La., Sept. 26, 1NS4.? To Hon. James A. Srddon, Seer* tar y of War, Richmond* i'a?My Dear Sir: The time bas come for ustoputtntotbe army every able, bodied negro man as soldier. This should be done immediately. Congress should, at the coming session, take action on tbis most im portant question. The negro knows that be cannot escape conscription if he goes to the enemy. ii<* must play an important port in tbe war. He caused the fight, and he will have his portion of the burthen to bear. We have learned from dear-bought experience that ne groes can be taught to fight, and tbat all who leave us are made to tight against us. I would free all able to bear arms, and put them into the field at once. They will make much better soldiers with us than against us, and swell tbe now depleted ranks of onr armies. I beg you to give this your earnest atten tion. With assurances of my friendly regardsand very hieh esteem, I remain, very respectfully, your obedient servant. Hbsrv W. Allen, Governor of Ijouisiana. The class of persons to whom it refers wil l not be conscripted into the armies of the United States if they come within our Hues. All will be freed, and they will be received and treated as refugees. They will be accepted as volun teers, or will be employed in the public ser vice, and their families will be cared for uni J they are in a condition to care for themselves. If a dralt should become necessary, no dis crimination against them will be made on the enrollment or draft. By order ol Major General E R. S Canby C. T. Chkiptenbrn, Lieutenant Colonel and A. A G. THE ST. ALBANS BANK ROBBERY. Arrest of the Guilty Parties?Ameont of tbe Money Recovered. St. Aliians, Vt., Oct. 20.?Later advices from tbe parties pursuing the raiders, under Captains Newton and Conger and Lientenant Strainham, cor.firm the news of the caDture of nine of the freebooters,fwith f5P,000~ of the stelen bank bills. Considerable excitement still prevails, though all apprehensions of any further danger from marauders is entirely removed. Captain Nickersor, of the Veteran Reserve Corps, is garrisoning the border witn one hun dred and fifteen convalescents from tbe hospi tals at Brattieboro. Judge Aldis, of the Supreme Court, bas just returned from Montreal, where he bad a satis factory interview with the Canadian author ities. He 16 now preparing the necessary papers to bring the captured raiders before our courts under the extradition treaty. Major Austlne has despatched Major J. I Barstow to St. John's, C. E, in order, if possi ble, to secure the arr*Bt of the party ot raiders approaching from tbat place. More Money Recovered. St. Aliians, Oct 20, 4 p m.?Captain Con ger's party have returned, and report they caught the leader of the raiders at Stanbridge, and recovered one hundred thousand dollars, in addition to fltty thousand dollars recovered this morning. The Canadian authorities are still after the villains, and there Is a gocd prospect of the capture of the whole gang Th?* Governor General of Canada has telegraphed that be will respond to a requisition from tbs United States Government for the surrender of tbe robbers already arrested, and such as may hereafter be arrested. The St. Albans Bank lost seventy five thousand dol lars: The Franklin County Bank, eighty-five thousand dollars; and tbe First National Bank, fifty-four thousand dol lars. ROSELRANS. Position of Price's Forces?Burning of a German Settlement?Gen. Curtis Con. centrating His Forces. St. Loris,Oct.20.?Despatches from General Rosecrans say that Price's main force is stilt east of Blackwater river. Late advices from Danville state that no citizens were bnrned in the blockhocse at tbat place, as previously reported. Scouts from Randolph returned to Macon yesterday, having killed 14 guerrillas. The Republican's Jefterson City special dee Batch sajs guerrillas, nnder Todd, entered a ermnn settlement, in Lafayette county, on Saturday night, and killed 29 Germans, fired their houses, and compelled the women to re main in them until the roofs were about to fall, when they were allowed to escape. Generai Curtis is concentrating a large force at Kansas City, with which he will move against Price. General Lane bas tbe command of 1,500 militia. FROM LOUISVILLE. Col. Hanson's Recovery Beyond Donbt? Train From Nashville Destroyed ? Gen. Steneman Exchanged and at At lanta. Louisville, Oct. 20.?Tbe Jonrnal learbs tbat John C. Breckinridge telegraphs that Colonel Charles S. Hanson, wounded and taken prisoner in Burbrldge's late campaign, is doing bo well that his recovery is beyond doubt. On Tuesday morning a band of guerrilla* attacked and destroyed a train of ten freight cars on the Nashville and Northwestern railroad to Jobnstonsville. The engineer was killed. Gen. Stoneman has been exchanged, and has arrived at Atlanta. FROM MEMPHIS. Fears of a Rebel Attack Allayed?Move ments of Forrest and Chalmers. Cairo, Oct. 20.?The steamer Nannie Birch, from Memphis, has passed up. Business, wbich was entirely suspended at Memphis, has been resumed. The militia are disbanded, as tbe danger is believed to be over. Ii is the opinion at headquarters that tbe rebels have no intention of attacking Memphis. Tbeir design was to cover the march of troops into Kentucky. No rebel troops are within five miles of the city. Tbe last heard from Chalmers, he was south of Hernsndo, retreating towards the swamps of Tallahatchie. Forrest was en route for Meridian with his prisoners. Capture of Another Trnin by Kentucky Gnerrillns. CmciHNATi, October 19.?The train which left here yesterday afternoon for Lexington, Kentucky, was fired into nine mile* this side ot Paris last evening by a band ot guerrillas. Tbe train was stopped and the passengers got out, when another volley was fired, slightly injuring one or two passengers. The train im mediately put back, arriving at Covington at eleven o'clock last night. Hon. Montgomery Blair, who was on the train captured by the rebels near Paris, Ken tucky, and who was supposed to be a prisoner, arrived at Lexington to-day. The Pennsylvania Election. _ Philadelphia, Oct. ao.?Adams county /of ficial) gives a Democratic majority of 511; a Democratic gain of 163. York oounty (official\ fives a Democratic majority of 8,808: Demo cratic gain, 251. Clarion county giT?8 (official) a Democratic majority ef 970; Democratic loes, 10. Important Actlen^efhe Philadelphia Philadelphia, Oct. 2U.?A11 the h*nk. this oitjr. e*t*pt four, held a meeting Sftteir not by whicn us xoldaowi 11h* your noyV.. .oack more valuable than take it ont ? ? *se every time yon put it in ? .a double it, and every ume yoa on find it in- creases.