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WASHINGTON. D C . FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1864. N2. 3.646. AWHSEMKNTS. B CA1T1RBIIRT HALL. MUSIC \ CANTERBURY HAU,,i il?M I A L L >C*NTBRRTTRY HAtL iTHBATM Locisiaia , Mtetr Comrr *f Stitk itrts?. Itm* * fih**0*** ?*? UitrnpohUin HnttlS. bbobob bn ???? ? i^D%H8iOLLO?T Baltat Master Km mm?r:.~ *??*?> ^reotoi A PROCLAMATION A PROCLAMATION A PROCLAMATION A PROCLAMATION A PROCLAMATION not BY TH1 PRESIDENT, BY THK PRESIDENT, BY THB PRE?IDKNt! BY THK FREHUINT, BY TH? PRESIDENT. But by the Proprietor of the Great Canterbury, who cordially invites the friends of LINCOLN AND J0HN80N LINCOLN AND JOHNSON LINCOLN AND JOHNSON LINCOLN AND J0BN8TW LINCOLN AND JOHNSON A* well as those of McCLBLLAN AND PENDLBTOV, MeCLELLAN AND PBNDLBTOf, MeCLKLLAN AND PENDLETON. McCl ELLAN AND PKN DLKTON, MeCLKLLAN AND PENDL1TON, To assemble in force to-night at THB GREAT VARIETY THBATRE, TBE GREAT VARIETY THEATRK, THE GREAT VARIETY THEATRK, THE GREAT VARIBTY THBATRH, THE GREAT VARIETY THEATRE! THB IMMORTAL CANTERBURY, THE IMMORTAL C a NTERBURY, THE IMMORTAL CANTERIIURY, THE IMMORTAL CANTERBURY, THE IMMORTAL CANTERBURY. And witness a representation of the soul-stirring Melo Drama thb DTTMB GIRL *HE DUMB GIRL THB DTTMB GIRL THE DUMB GIRL THK DUMB GIRL Til E Dl MB GIRL THE DUMB GIRT, 111 K DUMB GIRL THE DUMB GIRL THE DUMB GIRL OP GENOA, OF GENOA, OK GENOA, OF GENOA, OF GENOA. With that incomparable A. tress and GLORIOUS BEAUTY G: ORIOTM BEAUTY GLORIOUS BKAUTY GLORIOU8 BEAUTY GLORIOUS BKAUTY CniRRY BELLI, CHERRY BELLB, CHERRY BELLB, CHKKRY BELLE, CHKHRY BELLE, CHERRV BELLE. CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLB, CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BKLLB. In ber favorite ro'e of Jl LI ETTA, THE DUMB GIRL, Jl'LlKTTA, THE DUMB GIRL, JI'LIBTTA, THE DUMB GIRL, J ULIETTa, THE DUMB GIRL, J I I I ETTA, THE DUMB GIRL, A character in which she ACKNOWLEDGES NO RIVAL. ACKNOWLEDGES NO RIVAL. acknowledges no rival. ACKNOWLEDGES NO RIVAL. ACKN0WLKDGE8 NO RIVAL. The Drama has been gotten up with much ca"? and will be presented in a style challenging corn parison with any FIRST CLASS THBATRE. Second Week of the GRBAT C0MBDY DUO, GREAT COMBDY DUO. MI98 JENNIE JOHNSON, MIS3 JBNNIE JOHNSON, MISS JENNIE JOHNSON, and CHARLEY KANE, CHARLEY KANE, CHARLEY KANB, bo will appear in the new version of the iide rplitting Negro Burlesque, entitled the VIRGINIA MUMMY. VIRGINIA MUMMY. VIRG IN IA MUMMY. VIRGINIA MUMMY. VIRGINIA MUMMY. VIRGINIA MUMMY. JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHV MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, in an entire new olio of BURNT CORKOGRAPH ICALITIBS. BURNT CORKOGRAPH ICALITIBS. BURST COKKi'GRAPHICALITIE3. Assisted by his Corps d'Ethiope. DBLBHANTY AND WARD, DBLBHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD. The world's Champion Clog Dancers, whose abili ties also as doable song and dance performers are nnsai passed JOSH HART, JOSH HART, JOSH HART, The capital Comedian and Negro Delineator. J.J. DOUGHERTY, J J DOUGHBRTY, J. J DOUGHERTY, The favorite A ersatile Aetor and impersonator of Old Man characters. DICK COLLINS, DICK COLLINS, DICK COLLINS. Banjoul and Comedian. JOHNNY REDDBN, JOHNNY REDDEN. JOHNNY REDDEN, Song and Dane* man. MONC. LOUIS 87.0LL088Y, HONS. LOUIS SZOLLOSSY, MONS LOUS 8ZOLLOSSY, The celebrated JLtitre de Ballet and Male Danceri 31 IBS LAURA I.B CLAIRE, MISS LAURA LK CLAIRE, MISS LAURA LE CLAIRB, The charming Vocalist, Danseuse, and Come dienne. THB ALBUM OF BBAUTY, THE ALBUM OF llRAUTY, TUI ALBUM OF BKAUTY, Composed of SIXTEEN YOUNG LADIBS, Presenting an UNEXAMPLED ARRAY OF LOVELINESS seldom witnessed upon one stage. The Beautiful Sisters. ELLA AND MARY WESNER, ELLA AND MARY WB8NER, ELLA AND MARY WESNER, In their chara irg Duet Dances. THE WHOLE MAMMOTH COMBINATION THK WHOLE MAMMOTH COMBINATION THE WHOLE MAMMOTH COMBINATION In one Splendid entertainment, arranged especial* iy to suit the Tastes of All LADIES AND CHILDREN LADIES AND CHILDREN LADIES' AND CHILDREN Ma *t bear in mind our regular SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINBB. SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE, SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE, Wheaallthe Gems of the Evening's Entertain ment will be given. SEVERAL NOVELTIES IN PREPARATION THE FRENCH SPY Will be produced ON MONDAY NBXT. PRICES OF ADMISSION. Parqnette, Balcony, and Gallery IS cents Orchestra chairs 60 cents Reserved Orchestra seats 73 cents Lower Private Boxes, holding six persona K 00 Upper Balcony Boxes _ f-5 ijO Single seats in Balcony Bog $1 00 Private Bf'res and Reserved Seat* can be secured from lo in the morning till 2 p. m. NOTICE ?An entire new Company is engaged for the Canterbury, embracing some of the Great est wonders and most Talented Artistes in the Profession. ...... The Csnterbury will shortly be enlarged, the entire bailding having been lease! for ttat pur pose. H. MILLER A CO.. ' SUBSTITUTES!?! 8UBSTITUTBS!! AGENTS POR THB QDOTA Of THB DISTRICT. Bo. SU Ninth street west, near Pennsylvania aT. MEN' MEN I MEN 1 Always ready to be mustered tor one or three fears, at the most reasonable prices. _We will do better than any other, AS WB ARB bnown and reliable. *? B? Runners and others in the business most berally dealt with. N.H.MILLBB, ?ep10 2m Justice of the Peac*. BURR * BROTHBB. DBALBB8 IB HAT8, CAPS, BOOTS, SH0E8. UMBRELLAS, Ao. No. 393 Seventh street, near I Btreet. ee XI-lm AMUSEMENTS. 6ROVKK'? THEATER. Pennsylvania Arena?. Bear Willard'a Hotel. In eonaeqnenee of the de&th of MR. B. T. GRO VES, (brother of Mr. Leonard Grover,) there will be NO PERFORMANCE at tbi? Theater to-night. C. D. HESS. Acting Manager. FORO'I NEW THEATER. Tenth ttrttU above Pennsylvania avenue. BENEFIT OF MR. J. B. RORERTS. and LAST NIGHT BUT ON* THE GRKAT?8PECTACLE, With all ita new Scenery and Wonderful Effects. MAG1< Mi TRICK8 AND TRANSFORMATIONS. .HE BEAUTIFUL APOTHEOSIS AND TABLEAU OF RESPLENDENT GLORY, i RI DAY EVENING, November 4, the Graid Romantic Spectacle of FAUST AND MARGUERITE >'?IHISTOPHRLKS . Mr J . B Roberta MARuLEKIfi,. Miss Alice Gray During the evening th-k band, under the direc tion of if rof Wni With^ra, jr.. will perform the QPrri^RiirLnK CNIT*U STATE# MILITARY TO MORROW' (SATURDAY). LAST NIGHT OF FAUST AND M ARGUE KITE. Curtain rises at quarter t j 3. O DD FELLOWS' HALL. Complete Triumph of SANDERSON'S MINSTRELS. ON K WEEK LONGER. V'aJLd Changes of Progamme to night. NEW SONGS. DANCES. AND ACTS, Doors open at 7; commence at S. oc 31 li B1 ? RADY'S GYMNASIUM, ?*- ? ' AND *6 LA. AV , NOW OPEN THIS NEW GYMNASIUM. FOR PHYSICAL 0 U LT ' RjB TIIE MOST COMPLETE IN *THE COUNTRY , ? IS NOW OPEN. Clashes for Gentlemen aDd Boys in constant prac Terms-P*'r. Tear, f21 for six moDtha, or *15 for .< months, which ent'tles the subscriber to admission to Gymnasium, fromtj a m. till In p m and the free use of e Locker. Reading and Chen's rooms. Classes, and Hot and Cold Biths. Ac. Classes for Ladies and Misses in the Light Gym nastics .forming oc24 2w* ABNER 8. BRADY. jVEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL P1TR0L UM -1 ^ COMPANY. CAPITAL STOCK. 51,000.000. 100.000 SHARES AT flO EACH SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $5 PER SHAKE. LANDS YIELDING LARGELY. officers: HON. DANIEL S. DICKINSON. President. WILLIAM T. PIIIPP8. Vice President ROBERT BAgSETT, Secretary. Boot<8 are op*n for subscription at the office of the Company, No. 24 Empire Building, 71 Broad way, New York. The .;ands of the Company re situated in the heart of the Oil Region, and include portions of those well-known localities, "the McElbenny farm, the two McClintock farms," and other proved aad val jable working territories, includ ing over Two Thousand acrea of the best Oil Ter ritories along Oil Creek and in West Virginia, now under process of successful development, and oil is already regularly and largely produced from several wells upon them. Address the Company, P. O. Box 536*> New York. oc 23-3m CLOTHING. GOING !?GOING '-GOING ! DOWN THEY QO, AT LESS THAN GOLD PRICES I J. H. SMITH and SMITH BROS., THE GREAT CLOTHING H0U8E8 OF WASHINGTON, No 460 and 464 SEVENTH STREET, opposite Po*t Office. ALL GOODS SPONGED. Where yoa can find all the LAT1ST 8TYLE8 OF FRENCH, ENGLISH, AND AMERICAN WALKING COATS. LATEST STYLES PEG TOP PANTS, DOUBLE BREASTED VESTS, BUSINESS SUITS, PLAIN AND FANCY CAS8IMIRE. Together with the _ LARGEST STOCK or BOYS CLOTHING THE CITY. N. B.?We also have THE LARGEST STOCK PIECE GOODS roH ... , CUSTOM WORK. All of which we ofTer at UNUSUAL LOW PRICES. GENTLEMEN 8 FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, TIES, SUSPENDERS Ac., Ac. J. H SMITH, No. 460, And SMITH BROS.. No. 464, CLOTniKRS AND MERCHANT TAILORS, Seventh street, opp. Post Office, oc 25-3m Washington. 8. IN1ERNAL REVENUE. Assessor's Office, / Washington, October 31,18&4. S Notice is hereby given that the list of assess ments for the Pptcial Income Tax for 1353 is now in this office. No. 4b'? 7th street west, open to the inspection of all persons disposed to examine the same for the space of t*n days from this d?t?, du ring which time appeals lrom the assessment will be heard i/presented tn writing. And aa it is d'-sirable that all should bear a Just proportion of the taxes imposed by the Govern ment, it is earnestly solicited that a genernl in spection of said list may be made by all those wno desire all others, as well as themselves, to bear the.r proper proportion of said tax. and to give the necessary information of those who have not made a return, or where the return is not as full as it ought to be. All personswho have not made return because of absence or sickness, and do not by the expira tion of the aforesaid ten day*, will be assessed and fifty per cent, added to the tax. ? ? P M PEARSON, oc n-dtNovlo U. 8. Assessor for Pis. Col. rrHE OLDEST HOTEL CONDUCTED ON THE 1 EUROPEAN PLAN. If enlarged to double its former c&Dacity T EUROPEAN HOTEL, (orntr Pa. av. andUthjt., Washington, D, C. Thia hotel, the oldest conducted on the European pun in this city, I as been ealarged and A. . A improved in every way necessary for thefcSftfl accommodation of the increasing guests I Thankful for the patronage already receivTd^he proprietor hopes that by attention to business we continue to receive patronage as heretofore. with what th?y receive. C-'-arge* are moderate, oc ^ ** P. EMRICH. Proprietor. THIS IB TO GIVE NOTICE, ThTTthe subscrl J. ber has obtained lrom the Orphans' Court of Washington county, in the District of Columbia, letters testamentary on the personal estate ot AngustusT. Sioussa late of Washington city, D. C., deceased. All persons having claims against the aaid deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the aaiae, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 25th day of October next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all ben efits the said eatate. Given under my hand this 25th day of October, 1?4. or 28-law3w THO. J. FISHER. Exeuitor. IV OTICE?FOR SALE.?tnO sets of one, tiT0 ~ "T, four-hor?e second-hand HARNEsS, in fn ma?li2rfc?SVl* *n<1 5"0 second-band 8AD itS4dBR1I)L*8. Apply to H. 8. JOHNSTON, opposite Na>'' ^^"^ytween 4* nd th streets. M'phhadel^ ^' Mo" 1107 Walnut street, rnuaaaiyhia, have iuat rareiv<?<t ala'ce anahandaome Jitfrtment ?r FRENCH MIL dS CHGoIft once tWy are wranUd to cure. PHceSJJO. % .ft FOR BALE? Twenty-one YELLOW PINi mT feet lotff V 10 i?chea wil" a1& at 336 Bat. M U-M& LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE WASHINGTON CITY POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1864. OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN THBPAPBB HAVING THIS LARGEST CIRCULATION. Sy Free Delivery of Letters by Carriers at the residences of owoers may be secured by observing the following Rales : 1. Direct letters plainly to the street and number of the house. . 2. Head Utters with the writer s full address, in cluding street and number, and request answers to be addressed accordingly. 3. Letters to strangers or transient visitors in a town or eity. whose special address may be un known. should be marked in lower left hand corner with the word " Transient " 4. Place the pwstage stamp on the upper right hand eorner.and leave space between the stamp and direction for post-marking without interfering with the writing, A request for the return of a letter to the writer If unclaimed within thirtv days, or less, written or firinted. with the writ's full address across the eft band end of the navel* y, face side, will be complied with at usual prepaid rate of postage payable when delivered to writer. LADIES' LIST. Allen Mary C Graham E Ogden Minnie P Austin Mrs Fr's Guilford Cbftr'e Olcott Mrs U A Alexander Jos'e Gapen Mr^ W P (tier Martha Alrxaudria R Greeuewald C Olmstead MrsEB Anderson Mary GanttMrsRO Queen Charlotte Allen Lizzie GipsouKIi z<betPieroe Git^sie Adams Nelly Gr'ga Allie R l'e?rl Mrs S R Arlington MoFe2Godridge Sus'a Abbott Amelia Garvie Annie Gray Martha Green Idel'a GroutMrsMajHC Anderson Mrs Asp Elizabeth Armstrong Mrs Adams Mary Adams Jane Palmar MnlIie-2 Pierce Francis Preston 8n?an Plummer Mrs W P Gates gsrah " Porter Marion Grennon MrsMAPerkins Juli&W AlexacderMrsEJGrufciimar Amy Palmer Mary Are .Martha Hall Barbara Perrott Mrs G W Binds Mrs F M Pentland Lizzie Hall Phoebe Preston Maryt C Handy Margt W Pag"? Catherine HendricksMisJ DPorter sii-.h Bates Elizabeth HutcbinsonIlF-2Pratis Matilda Brown Mrs M E Hensley Martha Potter Mary Borrows Kate Helpman M J-2 Phillips Emm* Iiiink Mary Hillton Kate Parker Elizab'h Bar?e Mrs Fro'kllarvey Mr- S M Prout Mrs L Boyes Mrs 11 B HockinH Emily Parke Mrs V N Harrison Loni?a Roe Mrs Cap WR Hopley Mr* J Robinson MaryT Hollidger EinmaReeves Sallie Harris Ida W Ryan Maria Butler Pantile EHolcomb Mr - M Ramie Mrs D'd Bennett Mrs M MHolda Men* Rumsey Marv A Buhler Caroline Hendricks Mrs JRobinson Sarah Butcher Mrs T D Russell Charlo 'e Bullock Mrs Hammond M H Robb Elizabeth Barrett Carolinellinls Annie Reilly Mary Pramn Eliza Holland Eliz'h FRMgely Mar:*t E Bisbee Maria Hackly Lucy Russell Carrie Berry MrsJno Howard Bosie Robinson Mrs M Bowen Elizabethfiodg-nn CarrieiRadford Ella BenedictMrsAC Hulban Margt Ridgeway Laura Browning M ?V Hurley Mary E HreretonMrsWllHeath Margt A Bumbaigh Mrs Harris Jane Hamilton Em'a Ball Mrs M A Brown L< uisa Brigs Farah Brown Ellen Brown Kate Butler Cecelia Bullers Mrs RS Br< ner Kate Rohr Annie M Reigle Isabella Riddle Fannie Richwine Mrs F Hoffman Eliza J RobsionPriscilla Hawkins HarrietRoberteon Kli/a Hi rcan Kate Reynolds MrsLD Holzbwcker C'a Rooks Jennie Smith Har t A 0 Seip Km ma B Stone Lizzie Tirzah A Bryant Mary Buirgo Mary J Bubbin Kachel Barvin Annie Beiringer Minnalloieh Lvdia G Butler ElizabethHamlin Nettie Brar nan Susie C limes Mrs W P Boulder Patsey Hellen Adelaide Steele Mrs M K Brieston nannahllalb y BettieV Stiles Mrs Jehu Bordon Richard Jeans Sue E S nith Marv G-2 Brookley Mrs Jones Amv Smith Mrs Jas B.nnet Mary Jennings F A Sheed Miss ? Baltimore E Johnson Surah ASteele Augusta Bridy Elizabsii" 'ohn^on Ann Sparks Harriet Bakemaa ~ ^nson Louisa 8chwarz Fanny F.rown Louisa JeuuHts Jen'eE?cott Jane Bailey Cath'e R Jackt-, Nellie CSeaver Mira Barnet Clara J<><t Josephine Shyrork Susana Brown Cattey Jennings Maria 8tolbeck Mrs J 2 Brown Sarah E Jones Elizabeth Sinclair Ida Johnson Mary Shaffer Elizabeth Jenifer Ardella Shoeniack Maria Jackson Mary Spencer Bettie Jordan Amanda Stewart Camiile Ja^ob Bettie P-2 Stinson Harriet I?dell Caroline Stanford Sarah E Knox Mrs GeoWStarks Ann Kiff MrsMarc's RBcool Dinah King Mrs John Sims Mary King Cora M Steifvater Caro'e Kilby Mrs 8anderson Mol e Kimtna Mannie Stoddard Fanns Kelly Lottie Sar<ent F F Ka-son Cynthia Smith Mary J Kimball H L M Steele Blizaheth K'lisser Matilda Snyder Mr-MAA Kearney Mary 8elee Mrs M L Kernick Mr-JnoShaffer Cather'e Kates Mrs _ SterettMrsBM Kline Catherine Stanley Amelia Burke Agnes Boyd Su^an Brown Ellen ByrnsJane Berry Mrs Geo Brice Jan^ lirodie Nellie T Burns Mrs R A Coyie Mrs Coyle Matilda Cole Anna Coles Fanny Crouse Ann Crown Mi*s L Clare Mrs M A Cook C ara V Carter Mary 2 Curtis Myrah Camel Susan Cunningham C Cooper Mary Taylor Mary J ToIbotSarah H Taylor Virginia Taylor Sophia Talbot Mrs B King Lizzie CtllTns Mrs Wm Knorr Mary A Coburn Annie ELane Mrs G A Carpenter M'yF Laue II I,oui-e Caldwell Mrs LittieJaneW Carendes Miss L Leighton Ab'e FTillory Mary C Carlisle Sarah I.ind-ey Nancy Tuttle Mrs Che'r Chapin Julia Lindsey Lydia Casey Ann L? sson Melissa Colsber MissMC LeComte Kate Carpenter Julia Lewis Alice ~ . .. Latham Ann Cartnght Mrs Chapman Anna Cook Emily Canen Mary Thomas Li/.zie Tierney Mr> Taylor Harriet Taylor Jane R T wambly Clara Lamphev MaryETbomas Miss M Little Jane M Lincoln Mary Creamer Mar>L Lindsey Nancy Cameron Bm'a 2Luis Lucindy Cromwell EmmaLaub Jennie Tolson M ary Tuomev Honor'h Tucker Mary L Tilton Mary C Utz Ellii VanRiper Annie Ward Kmma Lawrence Susin Wright Mrs SG Weast Miss Ch"n Webb Mrs J W Warle? Laura V Webb Mrs E A Woods Ellen ClakeNatban Lewis Annie Cowie Jennie Lewis Mary 2 Day Mary Dick Hannah Louis Anna 2 Downs Jennie^ Lane Cornelia Dodge BmmaV Lyons Mary Dorton Sarah M Lee Jennb Dirin Mrs C W Laveu Mrs De Bertram M'meLomax Elizab'h White F< mm a Deemer Kate Lowery Mrs J II Woods Virginia Davis Jennie Morrison Laura Wilkes Eliza Duvall Liz/.ie Mvers Josephin' Williams Mary Davis Betfy Miller Fanny Wntson Mar a M Dawton MissEG McGuire M*rgt Wineherger In'e Drinkard Mrs McKay Kate Williamsom Mrs Delaney Cath'neMorbury Martha M Daily Lena Maxwell MrslJrCWashington B Davis Caroline Miller Juliana Wil>on Sirs R O Muldover Mrs WoodsandMrs M Mahoney MM R Madijjan HanoraWeynick Molly McKendry Kate Woolley MrsMK Woodland Frn's Williams Mrs Mead Agnes Moss Mrs A V Mays Anna A Massie Jennie Malaney Margt Dig?S Matilda Davis Mary E Danson Louisa Densen Margt Dixon Mr-BenryMars Sarah Bdwards Polly Mount Sarah A Edson Suian Ilhridge Annie Ellis Lena Fgan Teresa Kverist Mary 8 Elliott Lavinia Everitt Laura Whiting Mary L WilliamsMrs W-3 Wallale Fanny Warren Julia Walker Miss Kdelin Mi.s M F Mandle Mary Mortimer Fan'e2Wooly Mrs M MartinFaonieRLW#de Sarah E Fish Mrs C B Fay Annie Ford Mollie-2 Follow Fanny Fisk Mary E Felt Mary J Murphy Mary Miller Eliza Morris Jane Mellen Mrs A McLean Annie Welsh Betty White Mrs White Louisa Welcome Eliz'h Waluisley Ehen Wilgon Nancy McCarthy Ellen Wilson Laura L Ferguson Maria McOomJohan Wilson Emily Finnegan MargtMcKenuey MaryWilson Agnei Favier Carrie Middleton Julia Withers Lavinia FiaislierMrs McCreasyJ B W ittendner Mme F'sher Kate 2 McCarty MrsM EWilsou Mrs Fraser Francis Miller Maria Williams Robe'a Fitzpatrick M'y Millard Miss E FWhere Elizabeth Fitzgerald AliceMastinetteMrsG Waller RoseUt Ficton Mrs Miller Mary Welf Fanny Fogl Juliana Mackev Bridget Webster Charl'ti Forbush Est'r WNorris Mrs Jno Wilson M'y A 0 Fisher Laura V Nalley Barah U Waring Annie Wing inKLucin'aNichols Helen Young Maria Gawin Barbara New Mrs J Young Fannie 2 Glover Mary A Needham MrsGFYow Winfr'-d (iutherie Mary KNeale Julia Young Bosanna Gittings M rs B ENell Mrs W W Young Maria MISCELLANEOUS.?Mrs. E. C. W. GENTLEMEN'S LIST Arthurs Andy Amos \ bon ' Aukeny A T Atiams Chas W Auger Col A W Adams Cba* C Avery Setg't f! An iem Chas M Alexander D Arnold Alney Adams Francis Anh II T Armour Cap JE Atwell J D Aiken Hon J C Alexander J Allien Julian E Aliilt John Alexander I M Andrews Isaac Adams John Adania Milton P Armandt Paul A1 bertson Maj K Asbrow L C A ver y Thos-2 Arbuckle T J Ayshford Wm Arrison W 8 Arnold W II Anderson W AinSto* 'JJ F Aubrey Trr*. Anderton W Bemrey Albt ButterworthAF Bacon Albt G Berthoud A P Brunson A C BeertenBerg AG Bucbmyer A Barkley Chas BartleitC R Bolland Ool C Ballance C Barwart Cbas Brtitlisg Ohas Brewster Cap l> Bowker Dr Cns Bern C Betts Chas Buckley Cap C Brosman DanlA Buck Dennis U Bennett Cap DF Brsgunier I) J Banaud Sr DC Babuock Dennis Brown Dennis-2 Boll man t avid Baker Dr Blakslee Chs D Bowen B W Brockett B H Bradford Hon EC BrenoermanBW Burk Bdwd F-2 Bowers Bdw 8 Brower Lt B T Barter B I; BartholoW S M Bedient IlonGH Bond Geo J Bonis G W Belley Henry Bowen II S Bush Henry Bromley H M Kartells Lt II 8 Bickle II 8 Bond H G Bliss Henry Blunt H W 2 Beanett Hon H Bousall H W Bush Henry Bartlett H M Bradford H C Berbeld Jno Burnham J as Bassler J II BiddleJ Bender Lt Jos Baroun J Blancbard J 8 Bodiner Jno Bnrlon Jos Barker Jno E Bennett Jno C Beatty H J ?? Bryana&SonJV Butler Jno M Bryant Jm BowenJ B M BronsmadeJ B Brisco Jacob Bailey Lt J H Barker Jno 1 BooksJas Burt Jno Boone Jas B liabcock Lew D BabcockLesterH Hearer Cap L Beirne Mr Bickwell M Bradley (Jeo Bridwell M T BurkeM p Barker Capt N Berg Otto Broadkead 0 Bennett Patk Butler Pierce Burton Robt T Barber Pat Ballenger Richd Bynuiu Robt Bens Con Can 3 Ball Baml T Burket 8aml 8 Buck master 8 M Beatty Lt Saml Bennett Sydnor Buck 8*ml L Buck Lt 8 8 Beanlien 8 Broderick Thos Brown Thos Bel ton Tbos F Baird Thos Brvan Hon W A Ball Wm A J Bowden Wm Brant Wb Brackett Fredk Brooks Jno Brewster F C Brown Jno Bol well Frank Bfardslee Cant F J-2 Bot>Rt Geo Bolter Geo Bartlett Geo Brown Geo II Barns J as J Barnes J ue Barnes Jos W Bymy Jnn Bright J D Be all Jas H Breese Lt J B C Boyd Wm Boyce Wm A Booney Wm C Bannon Wm Burbank LtWB Brown Wm J Brollier Wm Baiotoridge Wm Cross Gap Amos Clasfon Geo L Campbell A A Cross Geo L Caldwell Ben L Cbamplin Hrr Coe John Thos Clark Jo? B 0 Culanan Lott Courtois Louii Christana A C Cappers Aug ?=?-?- . CUary Arthur Cenway Cap H8 Chamberlain L Cooper Alfred Curry H C CrissyAMurhell Crawford LtAM Collins Capt H Citric Moses W L Colton Henry F Caiman Mr Carl Aaron Carral) Joseph Cormack Mr Clark Cap B C Carter Jas B Cannon Martain Conay Bernard Conway J 0-2 Cooper M Coombs Chan H Corby Ira Coyle P Cox C H ClemmersonJos Calleabergre P CarrolCloudUly Charles Jos CU ary Chan Champ.in J F Cutting Chas Captoe Jacob Challaut I)r CM Crandel Jos Colchester C H Coburn J A Conkey ChasG Cafferty D B C< ole> D W Corn to an D Caise P K Oalderw'?od R Cafferty Bobt Clapp 8 0 Cease Saml Casey Hon S L Car'.is Saml F Conter Saml Craig 8 U Clark CptTemple C, ock Thos C'ash Thos Curr Wilson Cole Wto Child AVei . . . Coale W E ColkemerMitjJT< Ciena Wesley Courier Wm ;} Collarn'rWuiren Crary W E Conner Win Colton J J Compton J W Crowell Jo* P _ _ Crawford Jas Oarback&Son E Curley Jos J L Copland B<lw ClemeDts Jno F Cl ments ? Critzler Jos 2 Crank E 8 CaprelJas Cannon Kd J CastinJno Conner Elward Conley Jno Clark F W Casey Cap J K Conrad Fred'k CifTordGA Carr Jos F C'-ok Geo Crist Jacob Cushing Geo W Caew Jno Church Geo H Coyle Jas Corson Geo E Dt Laske Albt 2 Dehart Henry Dunlap Maj A V Donehower U J Davis Kobt K Dickir.- Vsbury Depreytas H 0 Darwersi Rivers Dickins Jas J DennestOn Capt J F Davis Johnson Davis John G Dayer Jhs Dwjer Maj J 0-2 DulT T J D'.isran Jas Devoe Wra H Disney Jos A Douglass Jos Diem J ohn Davis John Dasey John F Dromey Jas Davison J ohn DeCarap J K Deforest 0 Daley Michael Davis Itev Noah Dunbar .?ilex Drake A J Dodge A Dewden Benj Denison C A Donoghue C Dean C M Dales David DeWitt Col D P Dickinson D A Dolan D A Duell Denis Davis David C-2 Pay Rev J H Daley Dennis Daughtiry K U Dow K M Davis Hon F F Davis Geo Doud Peter U Dillingham 8 Doyle Michael Drake 8 8 Dean Thos Drew Thos Davison Thos W Doyle Wm N Dorolean Wm DeNeal Wra Dyer Wm 8 Douglass ^m Dooley Wm Davis W W I)ana Wm D Dutrick Wm M Dunn Zackara JE Emerson A D W Ellis Capt M II Endicott Cha? Edwards Oliver Eaton HTik BroEving Ilobt F Ehough TO EvansThosJ Elly Watson H Elderday Watson Kriling Wm II ElliotDrWmLtG Elliott Wm A Swing Jas Y Early Sam'1 Ewbank Jas 8 Elliot Seth EvsnsJas English 8am'l East Jas P ExleyThosM -F" Fagg A J Fink II C ForbesAugnstusFox Capt II p D 2 Foster J C Farnsworth B 8 Fleming Jno Flagg Byron M Fraser JaR Farnan Benj FarronJosP Fitcbam Chas 12 t-indleyJas R Kloyd Cant C M Fra/.ier Jno Jr _____ Fravson ColierCFletcher Cap JasFaueett Saml Forster Chas II Furey CaptJnoVFrasher Thos C Fause J B Fhx Wm Ford Capt Ira H Fitzgerald Wra-2 Funlchou'-er L Farrelly Michl Klynn Michl Fraser I'atk Fenwick R M A Frost Robt Foulk Saml Ford CaptSaml 2 Fredericks Wm Fowler Lt Wm 2 Fagley Lt Col W Fithian W II H Gazett Sara?l Gregory 8 F Garabra 8 P Gilbert SW4Co Gordon 8 W o G alager Jn? 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Low Geo L LaiserJnoA LilibridgeLtGW Lee Jos Lightner Hopk'sLeland L B ALarman Henry Lincoln LorlngF Lopink Adam Layton A W Lawrence A G Lawrence Col yf Lettington H jr Lawrence And Lemon II L Lindsay Alf Loomis H K Lazall Benj F Loveland JasD Leighton Benj J Leonard Jno Lybolt Chas LesireJas Loomis C M LaurieJno Lowell Lt Cbas 2Low?-ll Jno R Lea Luke Laughlin M J Lewis Capt Orin Lemon O T Levis PaulL Lathrael Bobt Lei pold B H T Lawrence L B 2 Longnecker DanLivermore JnoMLinton Saml Lemons Enoch LipsettJos Linthicum Th J Lefller Elias Lasker Jno C Loir Wm 11 H Little Edw K Lindsay JParkerLudiogton W L Lavine Frank LeldigJnoW Lightfoot W Launtz FranklinLowrey Jno H Lewis Wm J Langenfelder G Loomis J PorterLongbreak Wm ? ctBis Lt Geo II Lougee Geo G May hew A L McCoy Albert McKean Allen Moore 0 D K Mtrle Ant Ma*hew A Murphy A MeKennaA Lewis Jno M Lay Jno F M MeElhone J McDonongh J Loring Wm Magher Mr McOrau N Mclntire&Ellis Mauley Oliver Key Menekhim J A Meyer J W Minehart Jne Marten Jas MillspaughAW MavloanJ W Mvers Benj Montgomery J McGowenB MubganJno McCorde B F Murpy Jas McManes C Miller Jno MeManDaChas Metcalf J F Merritt C B 2 Merret Adit J D Morris C W Moriarty J Muller Chas Morgan J f Mailer Lt Col 0 Merrick J M MedderC Managan J Miller C H Matthews J B Murdock A Melton J V MoultonCapCW Moakler J Saury CF Monroe Jaa ansoi C K Martin J H McCordDOM Merkoffer Jno JeCttBie McCleilan O McCarty Pat'k Murphy Pat'k Macfully Maj R M oss R J Marshall Robt Martin Rob't Moer Theod'a Malleus Thos Moore T B Mindler T Musereau T F Murphy T Merrlsey Thos McOabe Thos McBale Lt T Marble 8 G Morris 8 Jr Mason Sam I Mullen 8 C Moore W orC Mills ~ Moer' Mitchell J B Mefearson K Mahon Capt UA Molich Fred McPeUirs O McIutireG K Mellur G W Morgan G W Mace O A Mills H R McDowftH H Mnrry H Meredith H Martin Henry McGlennan J McCreary J McGaban J no McMillcn J M Newinger A Noble, Alex New felt A Norton A P Nellis Chas M-2 Nichols C S Newton C A Neoine D R B Noyes D M Oaks Chas G 2 Oakley 13 W Overholt l> B-2 Orndod Dorfev Mitchell J Mam* J D Mahorncjr J R Merrick J F Mack ley J t Medlicottj J Mart J J Morse J W Mack J oel Miles L Matthew* L Ma*ks L May L B Meredith L Murphy Mr Miller Miehl McNe&l M *r Nash B N?iwrath F Noggle Geo Nackereon Ger Napier Oee Naylor Henry Nowell H 9 Nelker Henry Nelson H H O-Q O'Donnell J O'Brien J D Obonrn Jno O'Donnell Jno Mworay W D Mathi* W A McMillan W H McGrath Wm Muller W L Marshall W D Montgomery W Mworay W B Meighaa W H Merchail W 8 Marshall W 8 Mointire W N Mitchell Lt W McKee Messrs Wilaon k. Maddox W A F Nuttell Jno II Nalley Jeff Neiser Morris NeaJ M J Needham Peter Nebrircer A<8ur Nile- 8 R Noyes A Thayer Newkirk M V Owens L A Ott Dr L F O'Brien Mich O'Brien RW Olmsted Geo WOttJe*J-2 P Pugh And M Poisal F A Partridge LW Pierce Alios 3 PiokhamFJ I'rey Capt P J Paym A A Patterson H L Patterson Robt 1'hillipsA llrooksPerMjmnarriRonPickin R P l'sarles Chas Prentiss II A Pane R II Parshall C Perrine Maj H A Porter Dr R H Parker C K PattvrsonHenry Patteu RG Pricce C W Partridge H F Pane Barn Ponton ChaB Perry Dr J P Preisfam Pleasants C E Pearsons J P Page 8 W Phelps C II Parsons J T Pery golomoa Peepfe De Witt Peters J W Potter Thos A Porter Capt I)W Porter I?aai' 8 3 Prince W II Parker K A i Pool* E V Paulson E Pollard Francis Pbeten John E Pach J Phillippi L M Pettit W II (juin Jan W Uuenz.-l J ulitifl R Riddle A P Riervlan Jno Reier Adam Ryon Jno 2 Rood Lt A D-2 Ryan J as Reap Benton Riera Juan Roberts Benj Roycroft J no Rallo Const'iie Regan Jos F RurzCL Rankin Jas II Randall Charlie Richards Jno E Rooney Tim Ruegles CD Russell Jas T Roach Thos P Rowland Danl Ray Mr RadclilVe Eld H Russell Jas A Rem ngton Edw Ries Juan R?aa Pat Ross Oayt R J Robinson RA Co Rice R B liicbardson Silas R?>ss Cal Rugglea Sumner Robey Thoa Roth V C Richstein F Rogers Win F Roaer.ker Wm Recter Wm H Rodecker Wm N Remick Wm F Rowan J no Russell Dr WmR Ruppler Wm Robinson F V Reese Jacob Rice Geo Rosa Jas G Rinz Geo A Roosa Lt J L RowzerGC Rosr Jessie Russell G Roth Jas E Ream A Go<iey Riga J no Ramsey Geo W 2Roach Jos Ransalier Geo Rice Jno - Richardson G MRey. 1 Lawrence Ramsey Wm II R< acb Henry T Robinson M B Bam*ey Wm RoyallJnoF Rotherfield M Schrader Alb 2 Show Geo W 8toples L M Sims Arthur Senter Hon <r B Smith Major btrause Aaron Simmons RvlIE28wan Mr Bcoder Anthony Sny'ter Hor'o W Stur^is M C Knell Benl Smith Hugh W Sjiita M C Sargent Maj BWSinith Cap II M Hweeney Mike Stephens C B Stevens liar II 8mith8ergO Steward Gba.-; Stroman Hen C SchaetVr Casp-2 Smith Henry C ? oiter Chas Shailer Cap H Sampson Capt C 8igbt Henry Sparks Chas T Stillwell H W Btice Daniel E Spencer Hemy Smith Daniel Symmons Hugh 8teele R H Sturtevant D C Belden Jas Skelton R H Snoeberger D D Slater Isaac Shnltz D Sypber J R Steward Drm'c SumnyJnoT Bcott Dominic Sleman Jno B Smith David Bhockly Jesse Schillock DG Seater Isaac C Strange Fdw M Pardon Sergr't I Swatz 8aml Smith Edw?d Sheldon Lt J 8 Bmith 8pencer Hwar.n Edw'-l Wht Clair Jas H Schooley S L Bhallaskey Ed Sanford J gomerville T T Sullivan ?ugeneSheppard Jas H Bewail Dr T R Solgar^G?*n E SaEderson Jos Stewart Wm H Sanders Jas higston Wm II 8iresJ W Statham Lt W SiilmanJno Seymour Wb Bhefti<-ld Joo R Siason Wm Smith J?hn P gkinner W D Scoott Jas Simpson Wmjj Schoonover O A Sullivan Patk Sullivan Peter Smith P F Bomerville R II Storee R L Snyder R P Simpson Ruben Stethan R. bt A Smith 8aml 8 Simmons Saml Beviers Maj L hnow Edw d A Slack Kdwin K Sullivsn Edw'd Sheen Edw'd Steer Edw'd Bibley Frank Sherman Fran's Scott Hon Jno 8 Siator Wm Stoner Fred k A Scagg* Jas 8 Stietz Fr^d k Ston?i J D Sayles Frank. Smith Jno Shattroft Fred ScheniokJn<) Steinberg Cp FO Stern J Smith Francis 8peece^ Sanborn M "" ~ Stratton Geo Sandt Geo Smitbren Got Sthultz Geo Thomas Lt A P Thfimas lienj Taylor Chas Tobey Chas W Thomson Chs H Taylor J W 1 hooker Capt Thomas Jno H Blade Wm R Sagun W in 8takes W B 8e'ls Wm H Bchulze W Swan Wm R Smith Capt J M Sparks Wm Stople L M Scales Wm Smith h T-2 Stewart W D Seener Luther Schimmeck W C Shafer Louis Snyder Wm B T Tuelson Henry Treakle H C Thayer Jas L Thompson J R Thompson D C Thayer Danl Turner E W ThoinpS(in E W Traverse Elias T<iwn Capt K I Tinkhsm G B Tramon Geo Tony Geo W Tyler J no Tuttle P W Troxall Phillip Tunson Rolley Thomas R<>bt Ten Eyck 8 W Thomas S L Twitchell Thos Taylor JoshuaT Trumbull J 0 Thompson J n> E Taylor Wm B Thompson J E Tucker Wm D Tupper Jas B F Turrell Jno S Teairne Jno R Thomas Leml Tonias Maj Turner Csp G O Torrey 0< tavus ThomsonHenry Trainor Patk Tracy II W Tirrell Wm Ml Thompson WmN Terriu Dr W II ThomasHonW W Taylor Warren Thompson WmB Todd Wm B Upsber Arch'd Ulrick Jehn Cncle James Ufiord N B L' pham Wm U V Voughan Smith Van Wagner J Vien Peter Vermeren P Varsinger H Van I)e Saute G VanTrinklePG Van Hrunt A Co Vedder 0 H McDowell T'cderwood WL Vail O H Van Dusen D L Vandenrook W Van Brunt McD Vedder Chas A Vaux Rev Wm Vans&nt J Van Wyck C H W Warrick IleDry Waite 0 C WilliamsIlS WinslowOJ Williams Harry Ward P C Watson Alex Ward A R W y man A W Wescott A Wrieht A F Welgers A W Wells riozzie Wilson BG Wilkins Pery Wines Robt WittrowzkieSH Woodworth Lt J D Walker Stewart Wallace II E Woolley J P Williams John William! Jas Wharton Jas WynhoopPeters Walker Jno fi CoY WilliamsJoseph Woodyard S ^ aters Chas P TN'ildasin Jno B Wild Sam WheelerChaiiG2 Wheeler J SP Wertheimer 8oI Williams Clar Williamson J B Waiters Sam Wareham John Weaver Thoi H WhitchedLtJno Walsh Thos Wyand Capt J-2 WilburThompsn WilleyCaptJ WF Wathey Thos White John Wayne Lt Thos Walsh John Winkelmann Z Ware Joseph A Weige John Welch Jas Wabeao John Wright J oel Wood Doxley Windier F T Weaver Franklin Washington L Winter F J WhUneyCaptl. Wahldrick F Ward Mr Woodward G M Whiting Mason Whit* Wm WashiiigtonGeo Wilt'ord Mr Wilson W WeidmanG W-2 Walbn Nicholas WilloughbyW H Wood Rev Glen Wildriok N P Wbitehill W Wertz Geo P Whentley W M Williams W H Y-Z Young ChaR A Yeager Cap G A Vontz Isack VodesCbasT Young Jacob B Zitsikke Edward Young E M MISCELLANEOUS ?D. A. Y; Photograph Gal lery, Agent of the Earle Express Co.; Box 40; 76 L street; 110 2'th street. 8AYLES J. BOWEN. Postmaster. Weber C Wheeler C J Watson Chas Watts Chas Williamson I> Whitesell Danl Walker D G Webb E D Wilcox E R Walden Edw Wood E H Wright F M W ilson Rev F Walker A Zim merman Webster W W Whitley W H Wiggins W II Wall is Wm Welsh Wash Welsh Wm 2Waite Lt W II White Wm 369 SEVENTH STREET. AUCTION GOODS. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES! 369 We have just received from the New York auc tions a lot of m _ CARPETS. which we are selling fifty per cent, less than for WHIPTEand COLORED BLANKET8. very cheap, Five hundred BED COMFORTS which we pur chased during the recent decline in the prices of foods, which enables us to offer them at bar Eight'hundred pounds pure GSE5E FEATHERS. These feathers are f.ora Montgomery county, Lar eest'stoc k*F L' KnTt rR E ,*C ROcV ER Y .GLASS, W(K)DEN and WILLOW WARlin th^city. Successor to Bontz A Griffith, 31-lOt [Chronicle] 309 7th Bt., near I. o<; HPREABURV DEPARTMENT, 1 OrviOK OF CoMPTBOLLKB OF THI C0RR**0T Washington, October 4,18(54. Whereas, by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that fhf. National Bank of the Metropolis, in tbe City 9/ Washtngten. in the county ot Washington and JDis trxet of Columbia, has been duly organised under and according to the requiremeota of the act of Congress entitled "An act to ?roTide a National Currency, secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and provide for the circulation and r? demotion thereof." approved JuneS, 1864, and has complied with art the provisions of said act re quired to be complied with before commencing the business of banking under said act: Now .therefore, I, Hugh McCulleck. Comptroller of the Curwncy, do hereby certify that 7hi Na tional Bank of the Metropolis, In the CYty of Wash inttm, i" the ceunty of Washington and District of Columbia, is authonaed to commence the bn rinses ?f Basking under the act aforesaid. In testimony whereof, witness my hand asd seal 4mt Comytroller of the Currency. T ELEGRAPHIC NKW8. FROM THK SOUTHWEST. Mir c 4k?M Gltim'iTieurf-HN4'i Re* parted MtTtatatt, N.awvillb, Oct. ?.?Gen o litem'a Tlctory in East Tennessee wu more decisive amd tm pcirtant than was atflrstsuppoaed. Tlw nM f< rrcr* were Gen Vanghn's Ewt I rtgade and Om. Palmer's Harth Oarotma brl irade. The fight was *t Panther Sprint?. ja tbe*Uh VMKbn's brigade **? poatei in % strong position when Gen. Utltom iwolwd vm attack. The attack was made with true T?n? nmw impetuosity, and, altar an obstinate con flict, the position was carried. Vaughn's men were aboat to fly, when Pal mer's brigade came to tha res me. The fight waa renewed with greater severity than i>e fore. Our cavalry charged upon tha amy with lond sbonU, using only their sabre* Tb* infantry followed np this charge, and, after a short but desperate conflict, both brigades of rebels were broken to places, and Had m con fw*on and dismay. Forty of them were fcilifd, and mora than 800 wounded, and 900 C-Pt<lr<vd Gen. Gillem's troops were all Tan nesseeans. His loss was comparatively small. Among the prisoners were a colonel, major and eight lieutenants. The rebel Cantata McCtung was taken, with his battery of four guns. So far as beard from, the rebel attack on Decatur, Ala, ha* not been renewed. Tha rumor that Hood's entire army is in thac neighborhood is hardly credited. We ara doubtless prepared for anything that may tarn up. General Rousseau Is displaying his characteristic energy. General Barnard is in town. Guerrilla Warfare In the Southwest. Cairo, Nov 2 ?Two hundred United States cavalry, who were recently sent across tha river from Memphis to bunt the guerrillas, came upon a email force near Marlon, and cap. tured thirty stand of arms. When two mil's beyond Marlon, they cam>i upon six or eight hundred rebels, and, after skirmishing, our forces fell back to the river, followed by the enemy. The retiels were driven back in confusion by one of our gunboats, and a number of prl?oners and horses were cap tured by our forces. Loss sf a Mississippi Steanser. Caibo, Nov. 2?The steamer Universal, bound up, struck a snag and sunk when fifty miles above Memphis, on Sunday. Four or fi*e of the passengers and the same number oC rebel prisoners were drowned Seventy-five rebel prisoners from Vlcksburg were on board, twelve of whom, including a captain, escaped. The remainder were brougnt up on the steamer Belle, from St Louis, and forwarded to Chica go. The steamer Universal was a total loss. Two thousand barrels of pork belonging to the Government were among her cargo. The War in Arkansas. Cairo, Nov. 2.?Five hundred Federal cav alry were sent from Little Hock. Arkansas, a few days since, and encountered the pickets of a large force of Texas Hangers at Camden. A dash was made into the town, and atter a severe fight the rebels were driven out, leaving a number of killed in our bauds. Our total loss w:i? fifteen. FROM SEW ORLEANS. Agreement for an Ext liange oPPrisoners? All Quiet in Mobile Uiiy. New York. Nov. 3.?The steamer Monterey, from New Orleans on the 25th ult., has ar rived. A letter from General Ullman's department, at Morganzia, of the 21st, states that the rebel agent of exchange has coramunicated with, General Lawler, stating that a ^arge number of prisoners, intended lor exchange, were on. steamers, which, on account of low water, were ashore. He proposed landing and march ing them down, to be exchanged for the same number of rebels, which he (General Lawler) sent up from New Orleans, and the exchange will be effected at the mouth of Red river. A rebel officer also informed General Lawler thatCapt Lee, of <iuantrell'e guerrillas, wi'.tt one hundred desperadoes, dressed In Union uniforms, were just beyond the Atchalalaya, river, and the rebel Geueral Smith had senc word to the colonel commanding that district not to recognize them nor permit them tocro-s, but. if they succeeded in finally crossing, tha Union forces will not consider them as Con federate soldiers. General's Ullman and Lawler will probably finish them at the first opportunity. All is quiet at Forts Gaines and Morgan. ANOTHER RAID THREATENED. Ogdenburg. m. Y., the Point of Attack.? Suspension of Business There. 0?DEBBUBf>, N. Y*, Nov.3, BP. M.?A pro peller arrived to-day and reported an organ ized rebel force occupying Wells and Maple Leaf Islands eighteen miles above this place. She also reported that armed men were on the islands below. A number of strangers havebe^n in town all day, the majority of whom disappeared atduslc in the direction of the islands. Five me . were arrested, who refused to give any account of themselves. They were all armed with revol vers. fPKCOND DESl'ATCHJ OoDEMU Rfi, Nov. 3, 5 P. M?A large num ber of armed men are on the islands above and below this place. Many strangers have been in town all day. A raid is feared, and business is suspended. Everybody is arming. A tug has goae to reconnoitre Three men were arrested for firing on the street. Men and arms have been sent for. THE PIRATE TALLAHASSEE. Continued Depredations Reported. Philadelphia, Nov. 3.?There is a rumor brought here by a pilot that the pirate Talla hassee came into the Delaware breakwater this morning, and destroyed several vessels at an chor there. No confirmations has yet been re ceived. Telegraphic communication is noC extending to Lewes. [SECOND DEf>PAT< II.] Philadelphia, Nov 3?The report of the depredations of a pirate vessel in Delaware Bay comes through pilots who arrived from. Newcastle. They say the report was brought there that a. pirate ship came in this morning and destroyed the pilot-boat Conner, a Government buoying schooner, and other vessels, and afterwards landed and robbed the people of Lewes, Dela ware, of a large amount of property. The re port is not generally credited here, especially as the four o'clock Cape May train brings no confirmation of it. FROM MEXICO. The Surrender of Cortina* to the New Government ? Severe Earthquake ? A 1 Conspiracy. By the way of Havana we have news from the City of Mexico to the loth ultimo, and from. Vera Cruz to the 23d. Mejia occupied Matamoras on the 26th ul timo without resistance on the part of Cortinas, w ho is said to have given bis adhesion to the empire. A severe earthquake was feltatTlascola and vicinity on the 3d instant. The cupola, tower, sacristy, &c , of the church, and the eclesias tical court room, were destroyed. All the churches, temples,and private dwell ings have suffered more or less. and many are untenable. At Matamoras, Izukar, and the neighboring villages the earthquake lasted forty seconds. Scarcely a sound building was left. One lady was killed. The frame buildings were thrown down. The domes of the churches of San Nicholas and Ra bozo, and of other churches, were destroyed. At Slanos the church was split open, and re ligious services are suspended. A species of water-apout fell at Monte Alto, flooding the city and country about Tacnba and. San Juanico to the northeast of the city and around San Antonia de las lluertas. The roads were impassable, and on the 6th the ram still continued incessantly. The Kstaffete says some individuals have been arrested in the City of Mexico for conspiracy, and the three principal onee have been aent to Vera Cruz. It is again asserted that Dlege Alvarez, of the State of Gnerrero, is about to submit to Maxi milian, and for the lourth or filth time that Juan Alvarez is dead. Just before the capitulation of Matamoras, Can ales left with two hundred men and crossed, over to Texas. It is said that Juarez has passed over the desert of San Carlos into Chihuahua. Furloughs.?On Thursday last, orders were received at Augur General Hospital to fur lough all the inmates Irom Maine, New Hamp shire, Pennsylvania and Illinois. The orders for the several Statea came at the aame hour, about 12 o'clock m., and on thla account it was thought that some conalderable delay would, be inevitable, but by the obliging perseverance of the surgeon in charge, all tne necessary papers were forwarded the same day, and the furloughs were received on ? each recipient a twenty days J**fe J}1" time. On Sunday the ord? ?fhi New Yorkand Ohiocame in, and furloughs horned, the Massa chusetts Iftate agent seems to have outstripped La <5Sei"-X* *?t Ploughs of the detailed men of the camp here on Friday last M*me New Hampshire, Michigan and Mar ja^d qulck'y followed.?Solder.' JowmtJ. gr Though a Protestant country, the v^e*" ?uon for the emblematic cross Is very grf^ *1 the national religion of Denmark, and the churches are hang with the picture ?f Crucifixion, and of other religious 'Objeca while during tha administration of ment the robing of tha priest ia ot *? 110 Catholic pattern.