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YSs:. XXIV: WASHINGTON. D. C . FRIDAY. OCTOBER 28. 1864 N2. 3640.
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MUBIC )CANT?*?URY ?ALL,1 AND
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Olf >S? 1*1 Manngei
* K O ? t a? Ap<>H 1 HalHt Master
Lom SioiLOfT ?- ? judical Directo*
Jt?HS it PUT A
t Ptnixu y?Mr?Ki?T:ST TEMPLE.
SoA.MCSBMENTTBMPLl.
i Str.INO AMUSEMENT TEUPL1,
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THK I T
J!if T 8*CIM> AMUSEMENT TKMPLk;
Shi lF AD >' AMtTSB?f* "J r TEMPLB,
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OF tub WORLD,
OP THE WORLD,
Oi THE *ORLD.
? >P THE WORLD.
PPMTND1D BALLETS.
SPLENDID BALLETS.
SPLENDID BaLLRTS.
hPLKNDID BALLETS.
SPLENDID ballLtd.
LA' OHABLU FARCES,
lAUU\i\HLR PARCEL,
LMJUHAHLK PARC*?,
LA' G">BLK FAR' ?8.
LAUGHABLE "archs
tXTHAV^ANT BURl-BSQUlS.
* XT R A V AG AN V B U R L BS? IU KS,
kxtbaVaoam BURLESQUES,
EXT R A V AO ANT huklB-qurs,
?XTR % V AO \N T HI RLBSiJUM.
ELEGANT pantomimes.
Er.EO/?NT PANTOMIMES,
ELEGANT pantomimes
ELEGANT PANTOMTMBS,
ELKO ANT PANTOMIMES.
sterling DRAMAS,
STRhbING DRAMAS,
MERLiNG DRAMAS.
ST KRLING DRAMA?.
STERLING DRAMAS.
ETHIOPIA* SOIREES,
ethiopian SOIREBS,
ETHOPIaN S0IREB8,
ETHIOPIAN SOIREES.
ETHIOPIAN SOIREKS.
SONGS. DANCES. EXTRAVAGAN7.AS,
BONGS, DAN0K3. EXTRAVAGANZAS.
fcONGS, VAiSCKA. FXTRAVAGANZA8,
S? NOS DANCES. K\TR A vaGAN/as,
:~ONGS DAT- CF. v extravaganzas,
AND THE VOST pleasing,
AND THE MO*T PMJAelNtf,
AND THK MOST PLEASING,
AND THK MOST pleading.
AND I'Hr. Mo-T P!. K A -1 N ?}.
AND DIVERSIFIED PERFOH UAXCE
AN L divkrmFIED PERFORMANCE
A: D Dl V ERS ? PI BD PERS'ORM ANOB
AM) DIVKRSI'IriD PERFORMANCE
AND Dl V i KM MFD PERFORM 1NCR
To Bl. FOUND IN THK CITY,
TO bE t?i N l? IN THE CITY,
TO bE KOI ND IN THE CITY,
TO BK POI ND IS 1 Hi: MTY,
TO BE FOUND IN THII CITY.
STRANGERS M AKE A NoTEOP IT,
STRANGERS MAKt? A NOTBOP IT,
.-1 KAMI EltS MAKE A noi'B OF IT,
81 kaNi BBS MAKE A NOTB OP IT.
STRANGERS MAKE A NOTB OP IT.
t ITI'/ t.Se MAbE A NOTE O'-' IT
CITIZENS MAKE A NOTE OP IT,
CI . I ZEN S M A K E A NO I E QF I P.
CITIZENS M AKi; A NOTE Or IT.
citizens make a nope op it.
ladif.s M \KE a NOTEwF it.
LA 1)1 K- MAKE A NOTE OF IT,
LADIES MAKE A NOTB OP I P,
L a DI ? S MAKE A NOTE OK IT,
I.A DIES MAKE A NO* EOF IT.
eon'" FAI I. TO VISIT TH K GRk AT
DONT FAIL TO V IS I T TIIE GREAT
DON T FAIL To VISIT the OHB *T
don r bail to visit pus great
ion T FAIL TO \ ISiT THE orb AT
('AS i I RBl'RY MUSIC hall
canterbury MUSIC hall
CANTE H111 UY MUSIC hall
CANTKRI I KV MUSIC I1AL1?
CANTERBt KY MUSIC hall
AND THEATBR.
A \ D THEATBR,
AND THEATER.
and THEATER,
A ?D THEATER.
A MONGER ENTERTAINMENT.
A MONSTKK FN T B iT A IN M EN T.
a monster entertainment,
a MONSTER KNTERTMNMBNT,
A monster ENTBRI ainmbnt,
AT CHEAP PRICES.
AT < HEAP PRICBS,
AT CHEAP PRIi'es,
A T CHBAP PR!CEH,
AT CII1AP PRICES.
look AT the attractions.
look AT the ATTRACTIONS.
LOOK AT THE attractions,
LtK'K .. T the ATTRACTIONS,
LOOK AT the ATTRACTIONS,
AND J (DO E JUR ABILITY
a n O J UDOK OUK AB1LI I'Y
HNDJUiUSOU* ABILITY
ANDJUOGKOUR ABILITY
AND JUTGE I'l'R ABILITY
TUGIVBA PBRPORMANOB,
TO Ol \ t. A PERFORMANCE,
TOG'YEA PERFORM ANCK,
TO ft IVIt A PERFORM ANCB.
TO GIVE A PERFORMANCE.
WORTHY YuVR PATRONAGE.
W(?KT n V A OU R PA RONAGE.
WORTHY YOUR PATRONAGE.
W0R1I1Y YOTR PATRONAGE.
WORTHY YOUR PATRON AG?
Swrond we?h oi btsa-itiful and accomplished
?ftr???, CHERRY BELLI,
CHERRY BELLE,
CHERRY BELLE.
?ho will appear every u'uch*- this week in Uio grand
fuAD^sh Pauluuiiuie ?ninlf<I
ION JUAN,
DON juaN,
DON JUAN,
THE LIBERTINE.
Don Ju?n Cherry Be'le
Don GozniHb Josh Hart
hcar*ni<.uch~... . Mon?. Szolli.sy
F raiiCulM. ....... Mr Doaifherty
Ru 11 oh.......... Mi"^ Ell* VYtfgnsr
Ja?.qBet.. .. Mr, Dtlehaoty
Jorou-i. Mr. Uall
Borniaud... ..Mr W&'d
D?mun? Barry, Thotnp?.-in and Ennia
Dorna Aona Miss Mary Werner
I-*o?Ha _.... . Misn Ga'dner
kijL.?tto Misa Li.'.zid Wesner
Marie - Misa Wilson
Lordp. l a lie?, Pea-iaat*. Ac,
P' r F>tiop":anl'Scenery, Incidents. .Vc., see bills
Fitrt appearan' e of
A.ISS J l.NNIF JOHNSON,
M I -S JBN N i K, JOH NS 'N,
MIES JfcNNlE JOHNSON,
The celebrated VocaCst and Comedienne; of
CHARLEY KANE,
CHARLEY KANE,
CI! ARLBV K ANB.
The < ?-Kbrate>i C"iue !ian ?l i Negro Dolinea:or.
First sppearacce of
DD K COLLI NS,
DICK COLLINS,
... B'CK COLLINS.
Tho utrivaled Banjo Player and WAa,iif?*torj fa
vorite.
Seccn 1 week cf
JOSH HART,
JOSH 11 ART,
JOeH II \RT,
The rernatilc Comeili*n.
JOHN MULLIGAN,
JOHN mulligan,
JOHN MULLI'j AN,
In new act*
dblehanty AND WARD,
DBLEH AN I V AND WARD,
dflehanty ano ward,
The Cham pi on C!ojj 1>*d(.?"??
MISS LArRA I B CLAIRB,
MISS LAUP.A LK i'LAIRK,
MISS LA'. RA LE CLAIRE.
Tte jleaiin* Vocalist and Comedienne.
J. J DOUGHERTY,
J J DOUGHMKTY,
J. J dougherty,
The capital Vrrwtile Actor.
M-jNS. L<?i:is S/.uLLOSPY,
WON S LOl l-S S/.OLLOSBY,
MONS. LOl IS BZOLLOSSY,
The cel*brat?d Mai? Dancer, and his
splendid BALLET TROUPE
SPLENDID b.ALLKT TROUPE
splendid BALLET TROUPi)
SPLENDID BALLET TROUPE '
TWENTY beautiful LaDIBS,
TWENTY bEAUTIPUl, LADIKS,
TWENTY beautiful LAl/IES.
OVER ONE HUNDRED PBRfORMERS,
OVIK O'l HUNDRED performers,
OVJtR ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS.
upwards OF UPTY ACTS
LTWaRDS (?F f.'TY ACTS
EVERY MGHT.
ENEKY NIUHT.
FOUR HOURS P.NTBRPAIN'AIBNT.
FOLR HOLRS entertainment.
L? li?,ti. ion t for*et our regular
satikdaY AfTBRNOON MATINBB,
Wli. n a bill opeeially arrauged foryour ac:o.:nuo
aation ?:il b"- preseu'e<],
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Parqnette Haleouy, and Galiery . . eentii
Orrfcestr* cKairn. ....? cents
Kf?erye?l Orchestra feat>? ja CHUis
Lo?*r Trivate B j*e?, holding -.ix person* gr>
t'Fr^r Balcony Boxes.....
Single 5?a'? in Balcony B?ii...? ?.... .. Ji CO
?'riTat- Boxes and Referred Seats can be secured
from io in the Fiotning till 2 p. m.
Wabhingion cirv sawnos bank.
ihccrporatkd Makch *TH, I9b4.
EDWARD SIMMS, Pre-u'mt and Tr?asnr#r.
EDW ARD CLARK. Vice Pieaident and See'y.
y-M P DOLE THOrf J GARDNER,
J J COOMB4. j# v NILBS,
JOHN R elVAN?, Directors.
Tb:?i Hank is open for the recetfl of
Dep- i-it* a?th?
NEW RAN RING HOUSE, No 3"? La. av.
Lad- r SemrH*' New Bailcling.
Money! a?Hl on ?tock?, trr.t dse^s ?nd all
rood securities. BDW. CLARK, *ec>.
EDWARD CLARK ft CO
bankers,
At it* Savings Bank, No. is La. ?y ,
Dealeis In
B.XCH ANOE, GOLD AM D 01LV BR,
And General Baaking
X?wai>o olabk, Isep J0-1 njn J*o. R. bltams
LIST OF
REMAINING IN THE
WASHINGTON CITY POST OFFICE,
THURSDAY, OI'TOBER 21, 1SS4.
OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN THE P APISH
FAVINO THE LARGEST CIRCULATION.
tOr Free Delivery of Letters hv Carriers at the
residences of nwier? inny be secured by observing
the followlrg Rules:
j. Direct letters plainly to the street and number
of the boose.
2. Head letters with the writer's full address, In
cluding street and number, and re<iueat answers to
he addressed accordingly.
3. Letters to strangers or transient visitors in a
town or city, whose special address may be un
known. should bemarkfd in lower left baud corner
with the word " Transient."
4 Place the p?stag? stump on the upper right
band corner, and leave space between the stamp
and direction for post-marking without interfering
with the writing.
A request for the returu of a letter to the writer
:r unclaimed within thirty days, or lees, written or
printed, with the writer's full address across the
left band end of the envelope, face side, will be
complied wi'-b at usual prevail rate of postage
payable when delivered to writer.
LiADlfc.S' I 1ST.
Ar'hur Bells G> nfalves M E NeuhoTer Mary
A am* M :lvina Gibson Lizzie Oakes Mi-s M A
Oenrv A .1 Oliver M K >
tiraham M>-strU Owens Maggie
G<ahsm Ms^y O'Brien Mary
Go'-trnin A 0 Peck Charlotte
Gontruin M A ** Paul I A
Goody?ar Mrs *E Petison Salinda
??uild J S Porter Lizzie
Orover Mrs 1, F liltserMiss
Hoimes A A Perkins Elvira
Hayes Lucy PerkinsMissF W
HawesMr?J FT Pressler Marg't
Heath Mis Mi<J .rParker Mary
Haines Bell Pntr, y Hester
Har'on Lucy Palmer L"e
IlawkinsMrsMA Powell Pri cilia
Ilei?dersoo M Parker Alice
Henry Susan Pearson Mary
Hetln?r Anna I'rentissEA
Hubb-?rd A B Piu Mra
Hii.eton Diana Parker Lave
llys-,n Pratt Agnes
Harp >r Sarah Tetters N J
Howard Nuney Cuill Jtilia
Holden Mrs K
Howard Mrs S P
Hurcing Annie
Harry Maggie
How laad E
Hickmon L
Henry Anna
Hotlifcgsworthll
A?:au.s M V
Aiciersou K
Asbcra't Jennie
Awes M rs G C
A/ney ?11 en A
Ad iutaiit S .1
A. U t< L C
A>'mip Jai e
A \ ? r> lua
Addison 3Irs M
Ads.us Kti/a
Adams Mies S
Arcett Bach'1
Ada Hlfl Catti e
All. n Mary
Ar.iett L< ui'-".
lk,yii Sarah 2
Uotjo Mra
Lrii.-gs 51 a
Br< wu Let'y
Bland Grn ie
Bari M i-s
Moss H^nri'a
Hn?*r> Mary
B? r t Neliy
Hat- s N M
l>< ? y ce F M
Hear lis Luc y
Brand Sallie
Brook? Mrs B
Horde Mrs J B
R'ce Mary
Ke.d Annie
Reutz C B 4 nili,)
Kottiwe'l F
Ridgewav C
Rumbaugh LA
Robinson Mr
D D
?U1 ue Ji 1 R if I? III tuu Ay U
Brig?s Suhb E Humphreyi?isA RiddlemoserMrs
Byrnes Mrs R A Holden Mr-- G II G W
Brocks Mis FJ Heiid tsuii M 2 Robbins M J
- - - - ]jar? m A
lift ch Jane C
Bnrke Mary
Browrel! H
Hail^y Hattie
Bay lie Nellie
Barney Mury
Blackwood J
B- nnett L
Ht-rdari Mrs F
BchUyer E
Buck Mr? S I,
Bo scon Emma
Ber/y Lizzie
Br okt r E
Burnett Miss
lit rry Mr? E
l artlett Mri.NR Holmes E
Butsge Mrs A E Ilo^ge Miss
Hutler Annie 2 Holmes Belle
llOBli'S J
Hurley Jennie
Hogens *.I*s J
Harris Cath
Howard Acn
Hillery Esther
Hodges Miss
11.dines Sarah ?
Harrison Mrs A Ross Mary
Henderson Mrs Ramsey Mrs
R B ? - - - -
II anion M A
Hiil Mary
Holy Fanny
llarris Abby 0
Richmond L
Rogers Delia
Reardon Am
Ruberson Mr?
C W
Richardson E
Rollins Pann e
Koppetti R
Richards J
Benton E
Btrneclo E V
Hrarcaii B
Brown Jane
Bo"smat> J
B? iitle* I, O
?>nell Mrs M
Br.-<n*gell Mrs
< - i? K- II ji 1 ?"? ? ?'/ "'?
Hrashnabar Mrs Johnson Jane
Brnnii JlrsC L Jer.ner Tydrta
Brown Maria
ht< ?iiC;
Brown H
Brown Kate
Brown J a
Pabceck Mrs JP Johnson G
li*s>r E JurgLiz/ie
Pri ha 1
Belmont F
Cook (' M G 3
Cott R"?y
Clark M rs F
Ri'igel y Mrs D
Rurakle MrsHP2
Robion Pris'a
KiMSfll Sirs M
E II
Firamj MraGGC
Smith M M i
Sn>ich Ma-y
Smith Eliza'h
Swift Sophia
Scott Mary
Scott Augusta
Shsw Jennie
Shaw M B
Steel Harriet
Sharp L A 3
St owe Mrs M H
? Shear Maggie
Johnson Carrie Schwarz Fanny
Jewel1 Mattie 2 Strong Esther
Johnson Maria Storm C
Stott Mrs E A
Sweet M A
Seeger M
Sissle Mary
Stybolt Mra F
Schumacher MS
StoughtonMrsLI
Stsnner I'anny
lleriderson M G
Irw in Asees
Jerton Mary
JoiuH Fanny
Jndd Mrs N F
J ones Mrs C A
.lores Mary
Joy Atna
Johnson J
JefTers S 4
Johnson M J
Johnson Ellen
Jonson <'ath
Jenkins L
vmrn aim c Johnson Mrs JC Shipley M
Ca> oil Mi1-3 MB Jennirgs Maria Stinsen Mrs J
<'asnfcridge J 2 King ME Starkweateer 1
Clovei MrsCapV Knox R Aon Smart Mary D
i Mary
Chaop*ll Kate Kruse Ellen Schmidt"
Cover ?< J Kellogg L W
Cruikshank Mrs Kirby fl K
Henry Kittingen Miss
Ca-?dyCV CL
Clarkson Mr>JL Kelly Mrs W 2
C- rbett Maria Keley Maria
Cantield Mrs D Kierman H
Cooney Helle K?-nneiy Mary
Cempton A T Kaufmann C
Chester Mrs J Koontz Mrs B
Carb 8 Lloyd Mrs E E
ronrers Miss Long Mrs
('ratty Mary I,athrop Mattie
Collins Mrs L Levailey N A
Croi Louisa Letuman Mary
FA
Corneg>>-r MrsL Lester Georgia
Collin- Mrs J
Crumbe! M
Carter Annie
Car Anra
Oolhet B?-tsey
Caoihil' 11
Canton Mrs J
Carpenter P
Clakett B D
Ceyallo Anietia
Drake M s ? R
Dishean L
Devail teckie
Dooley A E
Duncan Emily
Donoldson M A
Durrat.d Ellie
T uccjn 8 B
DieVcrson A
Davis A II
Donvlass N M
Dref ht-v Emily
Donnelly E
Davis'.T R A
Dorset Fl'za
Douglass M
D? verpt rt M E
Do^sn Kate
Dork in Mar's
Do can M rs J
Dil. ttay E'iza
Dos* Mmr io
Dance H P
Jtdelen V F
Fvids Mm ia
Lyoa Katie
Lancaster A 2
Stevens MrsMIl
Sajlor T
Sim pson Carrie
Stevenson E F
Straton Sarah
Stratton Marg'l
Shopperd Miss
a e
Simmaker M
ShoemaeherHell
8tores Mrs G L
Battle Teresa
Stevenson B
Stevens Mrs I
Sard ford Ann
Snoten Maria
Simhlev Alice
Stev?n?on M
Lind-evs Nancy Schaller Faany
Lyons Mrs Jos Shosse La ira
Lawmen Sarih
Lilly Kate
LeComte Kate
Luces Harriet
Lowe Anni^
I ee Matildy
Lammeg Cath
Legflne Mrs
Lee Sara^
I.ogge J L _ .
Magaran Annie Thoina* Eliza
Mulkerans Kate Thornton II
Morrison A Thomas S E
McCoy Rebecca Tuney Maggio
M;ii stollerMrsJi Turner L A
Milton Nancy UrbaeS Eliza'h
McGar Marg t Vaoongen P
Simpson Mary
Simption Sallie
Thrull Mrs C B
Turner F
Thompson J
Tabott Benson
Tomkins L
Taylor A F
Tailor Sarah
Turner Mrs J
M uore Sarah
Mand I.oui<a
M ore C N
Mills Leof
Mav Miss M
Mair 11 D
Moore C W
Si i lls Charlottf J Ward H
Waugh Evie
White Misa
Welsh Hannah
Walker Cath
Wh^ttere Mrs N
Willett R
Wight Mary E
Mar>h M b
Morrison II
^lartin Mrs E J
MoranM-sJ A
Murray H L
Murdock M
EmersonMrsGIl Mill*rd Anna
I?fly5IiwF Martin Abby
Bnnis Jos-ph'e Middleton M
"Elliott Arabella Mendell MrsOII
Frost F / MangonMary
Finl?LS2 Maguire Anna
Flyni M A McCliotic C
Fr'ankell A McLean Nellie
Fnlxner L S
Farley A
Fisher Mrs M J
We-ay B?rtlia
West Laird
Wood Mrs
We>ks Mary
WTgtit Mrs tien
Wix Ilattie
Wells H*nri'a
Wicks Mrs Capt
Ben)
Willen'oueherE?
Walker Isia
Whipole Mary
... WsllaceLT
McLand Eli/a'h Whalbord MrsE
McKellips Mrs Waiben Lizzie
Fleetwood L
F'sber Katy
Ford M
Farfax Mrs M
Fit/gsrld E
Kus? Jennie
Gi nson Annie
Ore.'i:* Mary
Grav Dic\ 2
Oie?u M W
(Ssijtt Joanna
Greece E 8
Orennon 51 A
Gooaman S F
Williamson M
Wilson Fannie
Woodson Eli/.a
Willington J
Wilson Joge'e
?Washington B
Woodarl Mrs N
Wi udell Miss AM
Whalen Mary
8 II
McConnell Mrs
K B
McKay C E
McDonnough A
Malbey Katcy
Mulkerans K
Morrison E
M?ekul Marv ? ,
Minnecker MrsC Wilson Mrs J
Myer Rosalie WilantMJ
Morris Lonisa W illiams M
Nowland MrsKV Worrell L V
Nourse Elir.a'h Watkins Kate
- Newton 8aUie WilliamsL
GutfieneMrsw h Nelson A E Willis Jane
(!ardn> r Annie Neuman Marv Voung Fanny
Goodwin Mrs I Nickels Cristina Young Martha
Orepnwell L Nelson Ellen Zimmerman E 2
Gibbon T M Nugent Hester
MtsCKi t.iNKors.?Managers of the Ladies Or
phan Asylum. _
GENTLEMEN'S LIST
Ashling H A Allen Jos
Atenadri Ang'o Alien Jus F
A'Janis G A
Appier M A
Al-x*cd> r II A
APen II B
AllrirhUon C
Abeil Chas tt
A1fn Ser^t D
A. nr?-v ? E D
At bett Geo D
AUvn IIe>ry E
Ai ryes Harry F
A'len j as F
Amhiser Juo
Arnold J as
Allen K J
Arihur Jno R
Altsmus Frank
Abd al Jos
A nniz J no G
Abstin John
Ashb'irg J as
A'ey Jerome
A'len E G
ATtry A
bei lin
Allen Ira
Atwood H J
Arung M
Adianiz R U
A verv Robt 8
Ahering Rlchd
Alexander Robt
Adams E 8
Allen F 8
Alason Tims
Ains ie F W
Anderson Vm S
Cham-AlgM> Wm
Armehm Felice
Black Adnm
Biker C A
Bum P A
Brisbane A
Brock John
Brown Jib S
Brull' Cai> G
Bell J W
Belles Ji.hu M
Burns Cup J A
D
Ber Jan Geo L
Bowman Geo
IUnga V G
- B-tllGeoW
Brown Vt PGA BlaeUey Ge i D
Ei 1. Alonso Btidgman G W .
Bacorn Ab'm BabN-tt Herry SBriggs Jos
Bancroft Cap A Bromley M II Brown Jerome K
Hellrws J A Barlow N U Buel Ja? D
Albert hn.oaic lleurylllirown W J
'roadwax Anw B^ur Henry Brooks John Q
Berber Adolp Barrows W H Rrown John
Burleigh Asa D HoUI-hoq HenryBoic# N J
Berr Albert Becet Henry Beil** John M
Rro^n Albert Hirber H?nry Kmwn ?> F h
Br. stow Coin BBelleny ITeJ, SSKS.WL
Ersmhall Bart Bromley M n Bever Lonia
Baldwin Cap WBBull H-crv BntJbee Mr
Barker Chas Burgner Jcfcn A Biaaslu Mat dew
Bowen Dr ii C Hamer Jos M Beala Ma)
ReiDnJas Berg Otto
HIakee John Bmwne T R
Baker John A Bridget Bich'JJ
Hu ?^asJohnH Bowie 8ft
Brusu?*d* J P R Ball H R?
Beling^r B J Bay zeal Robt
Bradley J B**eet. Op V R 2
Btrpy IIaj B D Baker e Z
Bisbcp Chas
Brush Chas M
Bradford C C 3
B'*nn?T Chaa
Lutts 0
Brady Lt Col
Brown Denis Babcock M J
Baldwin Hn J D Bender Jes L
Barron (TS
Baker A 3
Browning 8
Bobst Scott
Bailey 8ira'l Q
Bernstein 8
Blaren Simuel
Blickhan Simon
Beyrick 8tm"lA
Brent David Bryai't M J
Baker Daniel Bitting D J
Burnham J D Better Went J
Bigly Daniel Backtrack J?s
Bergman >,dw BruleUll Ja.s
Barter Bll'ott F Brad berry J T
Hrigbam 11 E Ball ick Jas
Bartleson EdwlnBentley John P Brown SkCo
Beale Hon E F Barrett Jan 8 Brice Saniwl
Bnrgett Frank Bowker Lt J as BellenThos
Bak er Fran's E Bowuell Jas Benton Cap T
I'artlett Fred A Bryan Co II 8 Buckler E T
Becker PredrlchBotsford Jn? W Bunker Cap T J
Brown Fred'k Brisp N J Brooknank Tboa
Barks Frank Barton John Bryan H T A Oj
Beards!eeCpEF2Bogart Jas Black W n L
Bur injf?me F iira iy John B Boyce Wm II
Buttrick Frank Prinsmade J R Bofli Walter
Burgess Geo Bradley H J Bookes Win
Bolivar Geo Burns John Boha Wm A
Brisbane Dr WIIBiencbin Wm Bailey W
C
Clifford G A-2
Cooper Geo
Crain (>eo
Coo* G-o
Curtis Geo W
Cron Harny
CI irk H
Oomstock H E
Cla'k Ade'bert
Crtdge Alfred
Clark A D
Chamber8 A W
Carpenter A
C'trk A1 >nzo
Curtis Alex
Crockett Aug
Cypher* Mph-2 C arke Henry
Ciara A L
Cr*i,del And
Chamber)in A
Cook J 8
Clark.-J B
Cook Cap J II
Oaaley Cap li IT
Chapel Leonard
Collins Mi'
Clements DrMJ
Crofakston Maj-2
Conover M C
foht' Dr A
Caliiway A B
l;.ink Alex
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BAYLE8 J. BOW EN. Postmaster.
AMUSEMENTS.
GROVKK^ THEATER.
Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard's Hotel.
THIS (FRIDAV^EVENINU, October 29,
MR DAN 8JBTCHELL.
S^eond appearance of
MR JAMBS DCNN.
The perf rmaoce will commenoewith
WANTED one THuUSANlf MILLINERS.
Jhe linge? i
Madaibe Vanderpants^ MR. SETCnELL.
To conclude with an Original, A '?original, Brra
tie. Operatic, Semi Civilized, and Demi-Savage
Extiav Hgar/?. being a Pe^vision of Ye Trewe an 1
Wonderiul'e Iiystorie of Ye Renowned Prine^sse,
PO-CA HON-TAS; or, YE GENTLB BaYAGE.
FORD'S NEW THEATER.
Tenth ttrett, abovt Pennsylvania avenue.
FAREWELL~BENEHT OF
MR JUNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH,
and positively bis
LA8T apfearancb BUT one.
THIS EVENING. Octob-r 23.
Will be presented bliaksptaie snubli i.e tragedy of
macbrth
Macbeth JUNIUS BRUTUS BOOTH.
Lady Mao'jeth??. Misa ALICE GKAY.
To morrow, last appearance of Juuius Brutus
Booth, Sbafcspeare's
MERCHANT OF VBNIC5,
&Cl GREAT SUCCKSS OF THE SEASON,
Morton's Comic Drama of
SI1E WOULD and HE WOULDN'T.
o
DD IELLOWS' HALL.
GRAND OPENING NIOIIT !
THURSDAY EVENING, OOTOBER 27.
SANDERSON S MINSTRELS!
Composed of
EIGHTEEN FIRST CLA58 ARTISTES'
F'om the Maryland Institnte, Balt.imor?, where
their entertainments have bem atteuded by de
lighted and enthusiistic audiences, will give a
8er.es of tbeir
UNEQUALLED ENTERTAINMENTS >
Comprising
WIT AND HUMOR !
SONG AND SENTIMENT 1
BURLESQUE AND DANCING!
Forming one of the most agreeable ?nd interesting
amusements ever olTVred in this city.
Admission,3Qcen's; reserved seats, fO e#nts.
Doors open at 7; commence at 8 oc 26 3t*
CLOTHING.
GOING !?GOING !?GOING !
DOWN THKY GO.
AT LESS THAN GOLD PRICES I
J. 11. SMITH and SHITH BROS.,
TUB GREAT
CLOTHINQ HOUSES OF WABIIINGTON,
No 400 and 404
SEVENTH STREET, oppositb Post Okfich,
ALL GOODS SPCRGED.
Where voa can find all the
v> nere >ou ? LAT18T STYLES
OF
FRENCH.
ENGLISH,
AND
AMERICAN
WALKING COATS.
LATEST STYLES
PEG TOP PANT8,
DOUBLE BREASTED VESTS,
AND
BUBINkdB SUITS,
PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMlRE.
Together with the a_
largest stock
OF
BOYS
CLOTHING
THE CITY.
N. B.?We also bave
THE
LAUGI8T
STOCK
PIECE0 GOODS
roa
CUSTOM WORK.
All of which we off?w ?t
UN USUAL LOW PRICES.
GENTLEMBN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, TIES, SUSPENDERS,
&C"AC* J. H 8MITH, No. 4?0,
And
SMITH BEOS., No. 404,
Clothibh* asp Mkrcb*nt Taii.ors,
Seventh street, opp. Post Office,
oe 26-3m Washington.
M
Prapefs raymoiogy*. Medical FormaUry;
Eriebaen's Bai-gerv; LjtdWe Marual ot Rxami
nationr; Neib A Boaith s Oompeadiaa;-, Taomaa'
rronourclas Medical. Diotioo?ryi Gray's Ana
tomy; Woi (H Practice, 2 TOEi.r Voods'Thera
peutlcp, 2 vols.
oc*2 x fRANCK TAYLOR.
TELEGjiAPLUU NEWS.
FHOiW ?E*. RONK4RA**
P-ifc Swiftly RftffUlm- ^?Mfral? >tor.
mailukf and ( nb. II < aptu, r,i... \|?* mauy
Prittarri and Artillery t'aoiarcd.
St. I.orif>, Oct. s? ?The tv-mocra.'s .Wp^t u
from lrfavfn*or:h ssy* Price h ?? driven
below Fort Scdu, olot-el.v follows by our cav
alry.
We have oap'ured a large nnmb#r rtfprtu
ers. Including Gwnrrai* TA^r mad like a ad
Cabell, a-id everal pieoes ot artillery.
Kcsecrsns was at Little Slnte 1 e. fwe!v?
railes south of Kansas City, with infantry o?
Tuesday ut^bt.
Tke Fartuit sf Price.
St LoriP, Oct. 27 ?The follow'ug Ms b^O
received from an entirely reilahi - ?ourer:
Our forces have been driving rrio* rapidly
since Sunday. At last accounts he wa? twenty*
Ave or thirty miles southeast <1 Fort Scott.
11 iB aimy Touted and dispersed. On
Tueedav we had several fights wfh hira be
tween Mound City and Fort Scott, in all Whl -H
he was badly whipped, lo?lnrr i.joo prisoners
and ten or twelve places ot artillery. Atnong
the prisoners are Major v*enen.l MarrPtduke,
Prigadier General Cabell, ?.?veral colonel*,
and other officers.
He was again attacked yesterday raornmc
.i Fiort distance north ot t oit Soott, and driven
pell-mell In a soubeasteriy dire-t'on Ha
bnmed 20<i wagons yesterday to prevent then*
being captored. Nothing i? c-tated aocut the
loss on either tide, but there seems <o he no
doub' that Trice's army io completely de
motali/ed and scattered.
The telegraph is working to Fort Scott. but
nothing has been received beyond to-day s ope
rations, except otir tores are still vigorously
in pursuit. General Steele, with a heavy rein
forcement, is at Fort Smith, with a probable
view of contesting Price's entrance Into Ar
kansas.
The Enemy Ha?irf?om*ly Whipped.
St I ons'. ' 'ct. 2' . ? The rebels were chased!
all Sunday eight. Constant lehting with their
rear was kept tin. At riaylige.t '.hey made &
stand and were handsora??y whipped.
FROM THK SOUTHWEST.
Hood's Army at \V arrenton? I'ailucati
Threatened by Forrest.
LonsviLi.B, Oct. *27.?To-da v's Nashville de
spatch reports that the reoel General L.voa
cross d near the mouth of Whit:* Oak cre^k
A Huntsvllle despatch says no r bel fore?
had passed over the Wbitesburgaud Warren
ton load.
Tuesday nicht a soldier of the 4ith United.
States colored infantry, who had escaped from
Hocd's army says, a t>nrt of Hood's force, he
thinks I.ee's corps, isroakingfor Whltesburg:
A Clny*il!e despatch says th^ captain of the
p no boat fleners I Thonin= rV ,>orts w hen coming
up the rl\er. having seen the picket and post
fires from he mountain *ops towards Gun
tersvii'e and opposit- ellpoMte. The only troops
he saw were cavalry.
A federal s? Idier a prisoner sine* the at
tn-kon lial.cn. escaped and arrived at Clav
ville. rejor's that he leit the main forceof
Hood's army on Tuesday morning, twenty
eight thousand strong at Wr.rrenton. He r.n
derstcod the rebels intended crossing the Ten
nessee, in the vicinity ot Gnnter\ille
Forrest is reported to be threatening Padncab,
with a large force.
Our military circles are on the alert for i'.s
defence,
Arrest oi Voting Agent*.
Albany. Oct 27 ?The following despatch,
addressed to the Executive Department here,
was received this auernoon
"Baltimore, Oct. 27.?Ptoses J. F?rry,
State Agent at Baltimore; Ed w'd Donohue Jr..
of Albany; Peter Kirby, of Lawi* county, and
Itr. Jones of New York ci'y. vo'in? a?e.its,
have been arresti d bv 'he provost marshal,
who also closed the New York State Agency
cfllce
"Stephen Maxon, Snrreon In charge"
Governor S-ymotir is in Buffalo,and the tel
egram has been forwarded to rim.
Frauds in the Soldiers' Vote.
New York, Oct. 27.?The Tribune has a one-,
ial despatch from Washington, statirg that the
Military Commission has adjourned for the
purpose of investigating enormous frauds in
the New York soldiers' vote for President, by
substituting McClellan for Lincoln electoral
tickets.
Ves?el Reported oil Fire.
New York, Oct 27.?The ship Moro Cas
tle, Ircm Liverpool, reports that?u th9 morn
ing of the 27th, she saw a bright liuht E. S. E.
from the Highlands about forty mile;, sup
posed to be a vessel on fire.
New York Gold Market.
New York, Oct. 07.?Gold closed las; n.gh
at 217.
Police Reports-Firtt Precinct.? James
Dekins, John Taylor, assault and battery; for
heariug.
Second rr'cinct.?Mary Shed, threats, also
throwing stones; ball for peice and ?2 fine.
John l>owd, assault and hutery; dismissed.
Wary A. Liles, disorderly: F1 Ellen Holmes,
do; .?3.
Fourth Frecinct.?Margaret Fleet, grand lar
ceny; dismissed.
Sixth Frecinct.?Elsy Payne, violating mar
ket tegulations: George Bal'zer, violating
corporation ordinance; ?!Oftl John Wineger,
do.; 820 'A. William Munder, threats; bjiil for
peace. Theodore Galiaher, drunk and disor
derly; f3. John Cronin, do, workhouse. Koae
Miller, threats; security for peace
Third Frecinct.?George Beat ley, throwing
stones: Wm. Noaks, selling liquor to soldiers;
Agnes Cochran, Mary Ander.-ou, drunii; Jas.
S. Butler, disorderly; dismissed. James S.
Coleman, robbery; hail for court. Jas. Murphy;
drnnk and disorderly: ?2.44.
Tenth Frecinct.? Francis Kane and John
Hapgerty, peddling witnout license; $20.53
each, .fas Horle, maliclons mischief; S10 91.
Josephine Miles, vagrancy; workhouse. Pat'lc
Bruns, drunk; military. Annie Snlhvtu,
f'nmk and disorderly; dismissed. Samuel
(5a*e-. disorderly; *10 Mi. liavid Conner,
sleeping in tie street; dismissed.
Fourth Ward Station Cases.?Henry
Llghtner, (!runk and disorderly; dismissed.
George Washington, grand larceuy; bul for
ccnrt. Mary McLaughlin, drnnk; James Ken
ney, Gecr?e W. Fisbel, aad David Price, do.
and disorderly; Spencer Corn, and James
Powell, drunk: dismissed.
Second Ward Station Cahkh.?Samuel
Paws, disordeily; #10. Sophia Schmidt, do ;
dismissed. A. B. Jones, drunk: *"i. Anne
WTilliams, drunk and disorderly; do. M. P.
Ferris, do.; 810.
IE?" The funeral of Colonel Thoburn, f orm
erly commander of a division iu the Army of
West Virginia, took place at Wheeling oa
Tuesday, togtther with that of Serg?aut Jen
kins, who was killed at Cedar Creek. The
funeral ceremonies were conducted at the
Capitol building, and were of the most im
pressive character.
|H7"A thick pamphlet has jost been pub
lished to prove that Presidents Harrison and
Taylor were assassinated by poison in the in
terest ol the Somh, and that ibe mysterious
National Hotel epidemic in 1*W was the result;
of a similar attempt on the lite of Mr. Buch
anan.
Counterfeit two's on the Apawan Bin not
Sprlugflrld Mass., have made '.heir appear
ance. They are intended for a lac simile of
the genuine,but the latter l'as the word two
in red below the name of the Bank, and the
counterfeit has not. The signatures are en
graved.
On account of the murder Wy guerillas of
the mail earlier of the Totten Hospital, four
guerillas, calling themselves Confederate cap.
tains, were taUen from the Exchange Barracks
at Louisville, Kentucky, and shot on Monday
last.
iy Tie soldiers* wives and widows em
ployed by the Government in New York ara
asking for an increase of pay. A petition to
that efl'ect has already received mora than 5000
signatures.
IW A company formed in Philadelphia for
securing cheap coal, by renting a a coal prop
erty for a series of years aud mining, It for the
mutual benefit of the shareholders, has proved
a complet successe so far.
The 7th United St. 'nfsntry Regin^ent,
lately encamped at Fort schuvler, N yT is
under orders to go to the front, aud embarked
lor James River on Tuesday.
?"The propeller Tonawanda exploded her
boilerat Chicago on Monday night and became
a complete week. One man, it is said, wad
killed, and live men were wounded.
Iiy Capt. Braine &nd his associates, whj
were arrested at Bermuda, *fwr capturing
and burning the Roanoke, have been liberated.
1^Bed Oak beat the famous race mars
"Idlewild" in the four mile at._t. Iajuis
ou Saturday. Time 7.67, 7.M
mrGev. Sheridan In early * news
boy An exchange esys he circulated news
then, but makes it now.
ir-j? Potatoes were selling c. few days since
in Coventry, Orleans coanty, Yt., at twenty
live cents per bnsbel
?-The Legislature Assembly of Vancou
ver's I, land have passed resolutions favoring
a federal union with British Columbia
grTh? New York Herald ?ajs tbat up
wards of 100.000 votes will be cast in thai
city at the Presidential election.
sV" prince Albert's tcmh at Frogmore Will
cost ball? maiiOM Of dollars.
077" Los Is N&poteea has cent to Muise for
four pair* at nuuebed horses.

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