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V2i. XXIV. WASHINGTON. D. C . MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1864. N2. 3.648.
. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. H&LtrnORI IAD OHIO RllLBOiDt Obandalter Sunday, Jan* 19th, 18M,DaUr Tr*1?? ?.il b? run between Washingtoa and Bw Tor* and Washington and the Vwt.u follows: rom philadelphia, NEW TOM* AND BOSTON. Lmti Washington at 7.30 a. m., 11.18 a. m., and a.?- * m. daily, exr?pt Bandar. ?nd"j-bil*bilrau. Leave Washington at 3? dally, except lu 'Vtomrri will Mt* that tbia trai? rani as far aa Philadelphia enly. r ro* rojti. Lmti Washington daily it 6.30 p.m. 7U? frota a/e? v"? Tar* passmstrt ttciwwilt. POB baltimore. Leave Washington at ?J0 a. m.,11.11 a. m.,Jp. m., 4 <Sp. m., 7.30 p. m , and 8.10 p. a.,except &un Bundav at 7.30 a. m.. $ p. m., and 8.30 p. m, fob all partb of the west. ?ti-ao ?*m M4 >' ??6nnd 8 ? . m. ten?, exempt Sunday. On gaaday at J and 8 30 9. m 1Ti<sVtLsoldl to ?" ?olntt W18T. and ttfim ?jusktd tkrtmgk. for ANNAPOLIS. Lwn Washington at 6.38 a. m. and 4.41 p. m. daily, e?ent Sunday. Vo train for Annapolis on Sunday. Traina leaving Washington at 7.8ft a. in. sad I JO p. m. go through to Haw York without chant? af cw?. Bleeping enrs on 8.8ft and 8.3ft p. m. traina. Bertha ean b? secured until bp m. daily at the ticket of fice. After that hour they must be secured of thg leeping car conductor. The flret and fifth train* stop at all way points. The 3 p. m. train atop* only at Bladansburg, BeltgviUi. Laurel. Annapolis Junction and Belar House oaUy. except Sunday. Ob Banday it stoe* at all way point*. PARTICULAR NOTIC1. Passengers will please observe that the S p.m. train run* only as far a." phxladtlphia daily, txewt Sunday. Od Sunday it run* to balttmortonly. Also, that the 6.30 p. w>. iraM tamts nm York putsenttrt mlu. for farther Information, tick?ta of any kind, Ac . apply to GEO B. KOONTZ. ??ent at Wash lngton, or at the Ticket Offlce W. P. 8MITH. Master of Transportation. L M COL1 GenaralTicket Agent. je20-tf / 1 BEAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE VI TO THK NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST. C'N ANT) AFTER Novembe* lftth trains will lesve Baltimore from North Calvert Station as follows: . Fast Mail at ? A. M. Harrisburir Acc mmodation 3.00 1*. M. Lightning Express? .9.30 P. M, fTIE 6.30 A. M. TRAIN~FBOM WASHINGTON connects with the 9.21 a. m train from Baltimore fur Pittsburg and the West, and for Blrrura. Buf falo. Bochester, Dunkirk, Canandaigua, and Hi amra falls, atd for New York city. THE 7.30 F M TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON connects with the 9.30 p. m train from Balti more for Elmira and the North and Pittsburg and the West, SLBKPINO CARP ON NIOnT TRAIN8. Soldibr? Tickets at Goykrnwkjit Rates, ONE THROUGH TRAIN ON BUN DAY. LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME. *7" For tickets and any information apply at the efBce of the Great Pennsylvania Route, corner Fa avenue and 6th street, under National Hotel; and Depot House, No. 463 C st.. near New Jersey avenue, Washington. J N.BUbaRRY, Superintendent N. C. R R. E J.WILKIN8, PaFs and Ticket Agent, corner6th st. )e9-tf and Penn. avenue. 8. X.?1800.?X. Persons of sedentary habit* troubled with weak e *, laseitude, palpitation of the heart, lack o ppetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, con vtipation, Ac., deserve to suffer if they will no try the celebrated PLANTATION BITTERS, whieh are now recommended by the highest medi cal authorities, and warranted to produce aa tm witdt.au beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pure, and must supercede all other tonics where a healthy, gentle stimulant is required. They pnrify, strengten and invigorate. They create a healthy appetite. They are an antidote to a ehange of water and diet. They overcome effects of dissipation and late honrs. They strengthen the system and enliven the mind. They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach. They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation, They euro Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera Morbus. They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head acb They make the weak strong, the laaguid bril iant. and are exhausted nature's great restorer. They are composed of the celebrated Calisaya bark, wintergreen, sassafras, roots and herbs, all preserved in perfectly pure St. Croix rum. Por particulars, see circulars and testimonials around each bottle. Beware of imposter*. Examine every bettle. Bee that it has D. B. Barnes' signature en our pri vate U. 8. Stamp over the eork, with plantation scene, and our firm signature on a fine steel plate Bgraving on side label. See that our bottle is net refilled with spuriou* and deleterious stuff. We defy any person to match the taste or character of our goods. Any person pretending to sell Plantation Bitters by the gallon or in bulk, is an imposter* We sell only in our cabin bottle. Any person Imitating this bottle, or selling any other materia] therein, whether called Plantation Bitters or not, is a criminal under the U. B. Law, and will be so prosecuted by as. We already have our eye on two parties re filling our bottles, Ac., who will succeed in getting themselves into close quarters. The demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters from ss oiergymen. merchants, Ae., is perfectly incredible The simple trial of a bettle is the evidence we pre nt of their worth and superiority. They are sold h? all respectable druggists, groce;j, physicians, hotels, saloons, steamboats and country stores. P. H. DRAKE A CO., 90S BROADWAY, N. MA88EY COLLINS A CO.' PHILADELPHIA DRAUGHT ALB AND PORT1B. 1 am now receiving large quantities or DRAUGHT ALB and P0BT1B from this celebrated brewery, whieh I am prepared to fural*h on short settee to nil persons who favor me with their orders. Order* given to my drivers will be promptly at tended to. Goeds delivered la all parts of Washington and Georgetown, free of charge. RILEY A. 8HIKN, Agent, Orion bottluw dtpoi, *7 Green street, ?l-tf Georgetown 9 0. SKA KING8 AND NAVAL HBROEB. London k"* of Dundonald, London Dixon's Life of Blake, London Bhiywrecks and Disasters at Ben. London Lives of British Admirals. 7 oidon G Ufa's Bhiewreeks of the fen. ih Navy, London Neptune's Heroes, London Cooper's Naval Biography Bouthey's Life of Nelson, London Cooper's Naval History Memoir of Admiral Brenton, Louden Memoirs of Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, 2 vols. London Memoirs of Admiral de Saumarex.i vols.. London Life and Correspondence of Admiral Napier? t vol*., Lond> n Nicholas' History of the Royal Mavy, l vols., Lon <tOB Brenton's Bavnl History,**?J" ?LondeB asp I fRANCK TAYLOR. AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DAYS. J A8 C. MoGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers. CHANCERY SALE. ^eCre# of th? ^uprerae Conrt of ofih.iVt-n 'rr!4 in ? can,e relating to the estate fii kJ G.i 7 ?ranmer, J.r . I will on the days and hoar and in the order hereinafter n .med on the premies, expose to dale te the highest bidder S wimmVaT^ real estate, to wit? b'dd#r lot* No. 2, in ?^ervatWtC> Vronln*-CfLPt m* rtwtt.di?dnn?,neartb; 0aDal Lots A iod B, in ftnb-diriglon of nnrf nf flnn?fa 731. each fronting 20 feet on f-Vnn/yl "nVa .re-' cillNf**11 l8t ?nd 2d east.mm Si SnSSn&JirroTed by two ^ n THUR8DA Y, November loth, at 5 o'clock n m Parts Of Lota Nes. 12 and 13. in 8,?r. W* P'to7* fronting ? feet on the wegt sidS of 8th Btr?#t we?t, by I"" feet deep. Tbia property i*situn bv,rti? .?t ,>ost Office; improved oy a two-story brick house, r> . ALSO, ^orth '?? Square No. 533, being the im .t n" fronting on i'? street, by depth of 112 r-et 11 inches to a wide public alley This Lot is opposite the First Presbytelian Ohnrch ana forms h portion of the grounds attached to the residence of the late G. C. Grammar i sen. LotWW' NoVlth- a; iV* o'clock p. rn. i>ot No. 9. in Square ?so.i97, frontin* 2i feet on south D street, by 14/. feet d.'ep'to . pubhc nB ii?r?nfJ ,nh and 13th Blre?ti, Island. Lot No T ?nd ^ ,2tb- at4'* o'clock p. m. Lot No ? and Lot lettered G, in Square No 164 00 ?<"ttL "???' ??> On MONDAY, Not. 14th, at 12 o'clock m ,at the a i v. ,? ^ Auetion Rooms, ?/ La"n 1?iD* p%rtly in th? t> of Washington. D. C .and partly in Mont R5S!TVcSoatltru' J5d ' fr?tingPoa the Rock Wm m *t ^? ? D,1&r th? farm ?r the late >lm. M Morrison containing 48 acres, and possess* very fine building*site. A plat of tbis land may be seen at the Auction Rooms e il-n *?>!' a* B.P8B<,.nbe<4 hy|the decree: One third ^ 'Qb ?nd 12 months, with interest, - n vhiu thp Purchasers bonds, wi h surety sold Uhen< *nd ? ,i<fn reserved on the property' H?V.tfrni'r?"JbenSt c,on,plied with within tire ri/ht ? m tbe,?aT of Rale-the trastee reserves the t\i iilk re?f11' ?n ?ST?? dars' public notice, at comply aC C? 0 1 Purchaser failing to Stamps, deeds, Ac , at the cost of the purchaser - , . W. B TODD, Trustee ec 25-eoAda ^C^McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts'. IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE SALE OF THE ?aid last mentioned tract of land, there will be entered three others, contiguous thereto, contain ing respectively 39, 45, aid 32>i a^res. These sev eral pieces of land are very valuable for country residences or market farms They are situated about four miles north of the City Hall by the 7th street turnpike, in a delightful and improving neighborhood, and present the inducement of water '2n?io?'iv?? V springs of excellent wattr. schools, churches, and good roads and easy access to Washington and Georgetown in or?profit.? 6Slre 8maU farm8 f0r either Pleasure ,ppiav' of the farm, with ita subdivisions. mav be rf "rhrT.?er8k0n8ne8iriDC to purchase at the office cf Christopher Grammer, No. 50? 8eventh st RnKn *??? *? Fellows' ifall, or at the Auction Room, prior to and on th? lay of Raid. ?OTjd J C- McGUI RE & CO., Ancts. '? C. McUUIRE 4 CO., Auctioneers. TttStHE S SALE OF VALUABLE PROPERTY ON 2D STREET WEST, BETWEEN B and r STREETS NORTH. 01'J,J,u,"*>?ANn On MONDAY AFTERNOON, November 11,18G1, at 4 o clock, on the premiaes.by virtue of a deed i w'i t a n v f1?-'!8ft4' and du,'r recorded in Liber J. A^8. No. 75.folios 84 et seq., and of the i'*ec?rd8 fcr Washington county, I shaii sell Lot 26, in reservation No. II. fronting 26 feet on 2d street weBt, betweem B and C streets north, run Ding back 150 feet to a S5 foot alley, with a wide public alley running the full depth of the lot ou the sontk side The lot ia improved with Beveral small tenements. Terms One fourth in ca?h; the remainder in 3 f and'J months, with interest, secured byl a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances at purchaser's cost. CH AS MeNAMEE. Trustee. oc21-2awAds. J. C. McQUIRE A CO.. Aucts. CLOT HINQ. QOINQ '.-GOING !?GOING! DOWN THEY GO, AT LESS THAN GOLD PRICES J. H. SMITH and SMITH BROS., THE GREAT CLOTHING HOUSES OF WASHINGTON, No. 4t?0 asd 464 SEVENTH STREET, OPfo3;i? Post OrriOK. ALL GOODS SPONGED. Where yon can And all the LATEST BTYLE8 or FRENCH, ENGLISH, 1HD AMERICAN WALKING COATB. LATEST STYLES PEG TOP PANTS, DOCILE BREASTED VESTS, AND BUSINESS SUITS, PLAIN AND FANCY CA9SIMBRE. Together with the LARGEST STOCK Or BOYS CLOTHING THE OITY. N. B.?We also have THE LARGEST STOCK PIECK?GOOD8 roa ^^ CU8TOM WORK. Ail of which we offer at UNU8UAL LOW PRICES. GENTLEMEN 8 FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, CAPS, SHIRTS, TIES, SUSPENDERS, J. H. 8MITH, No. 400, And 8MITH BROS., No. 464, Clothiers and Merchant Tailors, Seventh street, opp. Post Office, oc 25-3m Washington. H. MILLER * CO., 8UB8TITUTE8 ! ! 8UB8TITUTE8 11 AGENTS FOR THE QCOTA OF THE DISTRICT, No. fill Ninth street west, near Pennsylvania MEN 1 MEN I MEN I Always ready to be mustered for one or three years, at the most reasonable prices. We will do better than any other, A8 WE ARB KNOWN AND RELIABLE. B.?Runners and others in the business most ber&lly dealt with. .v, N.H.MILLER, sep20 2m jUBtiee of the Peace. il BURR A BROTHER, dealers :sr HATS, CAP8, BOOTS, SHOES. UMBRELLAS, AO. No. 3S>3 Seventh street, near I street oc 21 lm rrHK OLDEST HOTEb CONDDCTED ON THE I w EUROPEAN PLAN,) Is enlarged to double its former capacity rj EUROPEAN HOTEL, 7' Cot hit Fa. a v. and 1UA Waskinnon, D, C. This hotel, the oldest condncted on the Enronean plan in this city, l a* been enlarged and A . a improved in every way uecesnary for thef(?SAil accommodation of the increasing guests leiB T Tnankfui for the patronage already receiv3^S? proprietor hopes that by attention to business we continue to receive patronage as heretofore Guests will only be charged with what they receive' Cbargee are me4erate. oc 26 tf P. BMRICH, Proprietor. 'FHIS IB TO GIVE N0TIC1, That thesnbscrl her has obtained from the Orphanr' Conrt of i^asumgton county, in the District of Cc'umbia. A? *r* testamentary on the personal esu*e or deM*5la" i?,ioui8a 'ate of Washington city, D. C., said Persons having claims against the aune^ftath ar# herebr warned to exhibit the on or hofni-i1^7oachers thereof, to the subscriber, may^?therwTse of October next; they ?flMf the a2d*eJutl?W " ,xolud#d bom b*n" ^Oiven nnder my hi*d this 25th day of October, ?r^tIa*3wr, THO. J. FiaifEE. Executor. ?<r v?,r^: CBILLS AND FEVERS-SHAKB NO Mow* Go at once to MOORE'S DRUGWORE .iT Pennsylvania avenue, Weet End, and pfSSii1! They are warrsSted rastre "isa at 336 B ft. oc 14-eoff AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL. MUSIC )CANTERBURY HALL,I AND HAL L /CANTERBURY HALL.f THEATER LonrsiAiA Atiiui, Vtar Corner tj Sixth ttrm, Rtar of National a u4 Uttropolttan Houls, eifliai Lba Proprietor Josh Hart stage Htnun liotris 8bollost? Ballet Muter J-h? JgroTA? Mugicl Director THB PIONEER AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION 'I HE PIONEER AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION THB PIONEER AMUSEMENl' INSTITU VION THE PIONEER AMUSEMENT INSTITUTION THB PIONEER AMU8KMENT INSTITUTION STILL TRIUMPHANT, STILL TRIUMPHANT. STILL TRIUMPHANT! STILL TRIUMPHANT! STILL TRIUMPHANT. STILL UNAPPROACHABLE. STILL INAPPROACHABLE. STILL UNAPPROACHABLE. STILL I NAPPROACHABLE. STILL UNAPPROACHABLE, IN MERIT AND 8UCCE8S. IN MKRIT AND 8UCCE88, IN MERIT AND SUCCESS. IN MERIT AND 8' CCKSS. IN MERIT AND SUCCESS. CROWDS UPON CROWDS CROWDS UPON CROWDS CROWDS UPON CROWDS CROWDS UPON CROWDS CROWDS UPON CROWDS OP DELIGHTED AUDIENCES OK DELIGHT1D AUDIENCKS OP DELIGHTED AUDIENCES OF DELIGHTED AUDIENCES OF DELIGHTED AUDIENCES NIGHTLY VISIT US NIGHTLY VISIT US NIGHTLY VISIT US NIGHTLY VISIT US NIGHTLY VISIT U8 AND GREET OUR PERFORMANCE AND GREET OI R PERFORMANCE AND GREET OUR PERFORMANCfl AND GREET OUR PERFORMANCE AND GREET OUR PERFORMANCE WITH THUNDERS OF APPLAUSE WITH THLNDKKS OF APPLAUSE WITH THUNDERS OK APPLAU8E WITH THL'NDERS OF APPLAUSE WITH THUNDERS OF APPLAUSE AND SHOUTS OF LAUGHTER AND SHOUTS OF LAUGHTER. AND SHOUTS OF LAUGHTER. AND SHOUTS OF LAUGHTER AND SHOUTS OF LAUGHTER. MORE TALENT, INCREASED ATTRACTION MOR* TALENT, INCREASED ATTRACTION MORE TALENT, INCREASED ATTRACTION MORE TALENT, INCREASED ATTRACTION ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. The Manager has secured the services, for a lim ited number of nights, of Mr. W. A. WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY. WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, THE MOST ASTONISHING PERFORMER OF THE AGE. W THE MAGICIAN, W R THE COMEBIAN. R A the BANJOI8T, A Y THE PANTOMIMIST, V WRAY NEGRO PERFORMER WRAY W RAY IRISH COMEDIAN WRAY WRAY THE MUSICIAN WRAY WRAY THE COMIC VOCALIST WRAY WRAY, WRAY, WRAY. WRAY, WRAY, WRAY WRAY. WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, WRAY WRAY. WRAY, WRAY) The mott Versatile Actor on the Stage. Promi n?nt among hiw numerous acta is his great feat of PERFORMING ON THIRTY DIFFERENT MU BICAL INSTRUMENTS. First appearance- in Washington of the *rp?tep living Contortionist and Acrobat, MON8. DEVERNEY, MONS. DEVERNEY, MOf* 8. DBVBRNEY, MONS. DEVERNEY, MONS. DEVERNEY, Whose extraordinary performances have been pronounced by press and public THE MARVEL OF THE AGE t THK MARVEL OF THE AGE! THE MARVEL OF THE AGE 1 week of the Talented Actress, Miss CHEBRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE, CHERRY BELLE. When she will appear in two Comedy Characters. CHAIR OLOOY, CHAIR OLOGY, CHAIR-OLOGY, Praagiptnni Fitzpoodle, a Fast Youth . Cherry Belle And the Screaming Far^e of HAVE YOU SEEN HER? HAVE YOU SEIN HER HAVE YOU SEEN HER * Cubasfina Horn) Cherry Belle First appearance of Misf JENNIE WALTON, JENNIE WALTON, JENNIE WALTON, JENNIE WALTON, JENNIE WALTON, JENNIE WALTON, JENNIE WALTON, JENNI1 WALTON, Vocalist, Danseuss an<i Comedienne, First time of the Beautiful Ballet Pantomime, arranged by Mons. Louis Szollosy, entitled Till INTRIGUES OF SPAIN ! TnB INTRIGUE8 OF SPAIN 1 THE INTRIGUES OF SPAIN! THE INTRIGUES OF SPAIN ! THE INTRIGUES OF SPAIN ! Hidalgo Ponchorino Josh Hart Fernanda Pere/.~~. Mons Louis Szollogy Mariguita - Miss Mary Wesner Dcnna Hlldefonsa .....Miss Jennie Jehnson FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 11, FAREW LL BENEFIT OK CHERRY BELLE, When a Magnificent Bill will be presented, inclu THE FRENCH SPY, With Cherry Belle in three Great Characters. LADIES' AND CHILDREN LADIES' AND CHILDREN LADIES' AND CHILDREN Must bear in mind our regular SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE, SATURDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE, BATUBDAY AFTERNOON MATINEE, When all the Gems of the Evening's Entertain inent will be siren. PRICES 09 ADMISSION, Parquette, Balcony, and Gallery . 38 cents Orcheatra chairs ?? ? . SO cents Reserved O-eheftra setts .. ? 75 cents Lower Private Boxes, holding six persons,... S6 00 Upper Balcony Boxes? . ? |s Single seats in Balcony Box? ? $] oo Private Boxes and Reserved Seats can be secured from 10 in the morning till 9 p. m. NOTIOl.-An entire new Company is encased for the Canterbury, embracing some of the Great est wonders and most Talented Artistes in the Profession. The Canterbury will shortly b* ealarnd, the entire building having been leased for that pur pose. AMUSEMENTS. eno>HH'? THEATER. Pennsylvania Avenue. Mar Willards Hotel. a engagement extraordinary. Appearance for a FEW NIGHTS ONLY wi> _ 0r TH* GREAT TRA6BDY AND COMEDY COMBINATION E. L. DAVENPORT, J. W WALLACE, AND tli SUSAN DENIN, " n<> will commence their brief engagement on t b>?^ EVENING. November 7,1861. in Phakspeare's Sablime Tragedy of OTH1LLO. TUESDAY- COMEDY NIGHT. Important Notice.?Owing to the limit of thia Engagement. ?o Piece will be Repeated. FORD'S NEW THEATER. Tenth itrett, above Pennsylvania avenue. MONDAY EVENING. November 7, FIRST time THIS 8EA80N. OK JV?vTa,J'lMir'i ^rJLat Drama acknow &i n? ?7 th?e.treIf *JD,J Pobl'c the moit saccegs ftal Diana of the Modern Stage. MISS ALIC1 GRAY AS LADY ISABEL and madame VIN1. THE ERRING AND PENITENT WIFE. EAST LYNN*; ?*. THE ELOPEMENT, In five acts. ,.During the evening, the Ochestra. under the direction of Professor Win Withers, Jr., will per form a Selection of Popular Music. Curtain rises at quarter to 8. QDD FELLOWS' H^Ll] FOUR NIGHTS MORE. TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY. SATUR DAY. No Performance on MONDAY and FRIDAY. Slendid success efSANDERSON'S M1NSTREL8, the great Star Troupe of the Profession, compris ing eighteen first cla^ performers, in their un equalled and splendid Entertainments, which have won for them the applause of admiring thousands. Admission 3 ' cents Reserved Seats JO cents. Dov 7-lw* BRADY'S GYMNASIUM, ~~ f2.t?4 AND Stt LA. AV? NOW OPEN. THIS NEW GYMNASIUM, FOR PHYSICAL CULTURE, TIIE BIOST COMPLETE IN THE COUNTRY, IS NOW OPEN. ClasFes for Gentlemen and Boys in constant prac tice Terms, $3? per year. $21 for si* months, or $15 for 3 months, which entitles the subscriber to admission to Gymnasium. from 6 a m.till 10 p. m., and th? free use of a Locker. Reading and Chess rooms. Classes, and Hot and Cold Baths. &.C. Classes for I adies and Misses in the Light Gym nastics. forming. oc 24 2w* ABNER 8. BRADY. X'EW YORK AND LIVERPOOL PETROL UM ?l~ COMPANY. CAPITAL STOCK, 11,000,000. 100.000 SHARES AT flO EACH, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ?5 PER SHARE. LANDS YIELDING LARGELY. OFFICERS: HON. DANIEL S. DICKINSON, President. WILLIAM T. PniPPS, Vice President. ROBERT BA88ETT, Secretary. Books are open for sabscription at the office of the Company, No. 24 Empire Building, T1 Broad way, New York. The lands of the Company are situated in the heart of the Oil Region, and include portions of those well-known localities, "the McElhenny farm, the two McClintock farms," and other proved and valuable working territories, includ ing over Two Thousand acres of the best Oil Ter ritories along Oil Creek and in West Virginia, now under process of successful development, and oil in already regularly and largely produced from several wells upon them. Address the Company, P. 0. Box 3368 New York. oc 28-3m S. INTERNAL REVENUE. Assb380r>3 Office, i Washington October 31,18M.S Notice is hereby given that tne list of assess ments for the Pp-clal Income Tat for 1863 is now in thia office. No. 46* 7th street west, opea to the inspection of all persons disposed to examine the same for the space of ten day from this d*t?, du ring which time appeals from the assessment will be heard if presented M writing. And as it is desirable that all should bear a lust proportion of the taxes imposed by the Govern ment, it is earnestly solicited that a general in spection of said list may be made by all those who desire all others, as well as themselves, to bear their proper proportion of said tax, and to give the necespary information of those who have not made a return, or where the return is not as full as it ought to be. All persons who have not made return because of absence or sickness, and do not by the expira tion of the aforesaid ten days, will be assessed and m Per cent, added to the tax^ m pg4Rf?0Jf oc 31-dtNovlO U. 8. Assessor for Pis. Col. Ogg SEVENTHJSrREET. 369 auction-goods. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I We have just received from the New York auc tions a lot of C A R P E T 8 , which we are selling fifty p<;r cent, less than for mer prioes. WHI1E and COLORED BLANRET8, very cheap, Five hundred BED COMFORTS which we pur chased during the recent decline in the prices of goods, which enables us to offer them atbar Eigbt'hu'ndred pounds pure GEE5E FEATHERS. These feathers are Loin Montgomery county, Md . and are prime country feathers. Lareest stock FCRNITI'RE, CROCKERY.GLASS, WOODEN and WILLOW WARE in the city. H. BONTZ, Successor to Bontz k. Griffith, oc 31-10t [Chronicle] 369 7th st,. near I. rrvREASURY DEPARTMENT. 1 Office of Comptroller op the Cdrriwct Washington, October 4,1964. Whereas by satisfactory evidence presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that Tkt Piatxonai .Hank of the Mrtropolis, in the Citu cj Wa.-hwgt'iu, in the county of Washington and Dis trict af Columbia, has been duly organized under and according to the requirements of the act of Congress entitled "An act to provide a National Currency. 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 all the provisions of said act re quired to be complied with before commencing the business of banking nnder said act: Now,therefore, I, Hugh McCulleck.Comptroller of the Cnrrency, do hereby certify that The Na tional Bank of tne Metropolis, in the City of Wath' ingtgn, in the ceunty of Washington and District a) Columbia. is authorized to commence the business of Banking under the act aforesaid In testimony whereof, witners my hand and seal of office this/ourf A day of October, 18fi4. [L 8.1 HUGH MoCULLOCK, ocB dff't Comptroller of the Currency. rr0 THE PUBLIC. 1 DETECTION OF COUNTERFEITERS. Treasury Department, I Solicitor's Office, Oct. 28. 18t>4.f Congress, by an act passed at its last session placed a considerable sum of money at the disposal of the Secretary of the Treasury, to be employed in the prosecution of measures for the detection and punishment of persons engaged in counter feiting Treasury notes, fractional currency, and otker securities of the Uoited States. This fund is devoted to the payment of rewards to detectives Snd others through whOBe instrumentality offen ers are brought to justice;and its administration and the conduct of the measures referred to are Slaved, by order of the Seeretarj. under the imme iate supervision of the undersigned, to whom all communications relating thereto, or to the offences indicated, should be addressed. Liberal rewards have already been paid to several parties who have aided in the apprehension ef counter It is hoped that the stimulus thus offered, added to the interest which all good citizens must feel in tbe suppression of crimes tending to impair the credit of the national securities, and thus embar rass aT business operations, will induce the earn est co operation of all capable of affording any aid in the efforts being made by the Department for the attaioment of that desirable end. It is espec ially urged that all persons having a knowledge of facts important to be known by the Department, concerning such offences, will communicate them fully at d promptly to the undersignt-d. Publishers of newspapers throughout the coun try will render essential service to the Govern ment aiid the public by giving conspicuous publi cation to this card. EDWARD JORDAN, nov I dtD.lmW Solicitor of the Treasury. D EDUCTION IN PRICES, At. 8tore 351 Penn'a avenue. Ir^n Warehouse 266 B street. Is view of advices from the Rolling Mills, we beg leave to notify the public of a decline on all deaeriptions of Iron, Steel, Horse Shoes, Axles, oc3Tl'w* CAMPBELL k 30N. F*. J~ ESBKravi f. Loo don a Co. MthnpoHtan Huul, late Brown's, WW 362 Pennsylvania avenue, m^rnm deS7 Washington. D. 0. l/OR BALE.?A new BARREL WAGON for sale, r Call at No. Ml New Jersey avenue. nov 4-eoSt" TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FROM THE SOUTHWEST. Reported of the Enemy? Their R rpnlie on the Tennessee? Far ticalars of Late Steamboat Disasters. Nashvill*, Not. 5.?On the 3d instant a rebel force, wbo at temped to cross the Tennes see at the month of Bine Water, were repulsed by a Federal lorce, with considerable loss. Three regiments of rebel cavalry are report, ed bewteen Decatur and Courtland, and Far rest. with a cavalry force, is reported near Johnsonville, which is amply garrisoned to repel ary attack. Disaster* to Steamers. Cairo, Nov. 5 ?The steamer Danleith was sunk fifty miles below Helena on the 31st ulti mo. Most of the cargo will be sa^d, but the boat is a total loss. Eighteen deckhands were drowned by the sinking of the James White. On Thursday the gunboat Undine was cap tured at Fort Herman, on the Tennessee river, as previously reported. She fought the enemy six hours beforefsurrendering. She had six men killed and eight wounded?three of them mortally. Among the wounded is Captain Bryant. Her armament consisted of eight ?24-pound Howitzers. She sunk with her bow lying on the river benk. bnt it is since report ed that the rebels plugged the holes In her bull, and are using her as a gunboat. The rebels at Fort Herman, it is reported, are 12,000 strong, with sixteen guns. The transports Venus and Oheseman were captured on the same day with the Undine. The pilot of the former reports she was rid dled by shell and musketry. Captain Allen and most of her crew were Killed; also, fiftoen soldiers, who were on board. The Chesemm, leaving ,ust after, had her steam-pipe hurst by a shell, :ind was rnn ushore. At last accounts, the rebels had not destroyed her. The rebejs have thirteen bakeries within a mile above and below Fort Herman. Fourteen of the crew of the Undine are re ported to have been killed after the surrender. Two Gunboats Blown up. Nashville, Nov. 5.?Yesterday, at day light, the gunboat Undine, captured a few days since by the rebels came through the shute at Reynoldsburg Island, and landed rebel troops, who then fired her: and left at S o'clock. The gunboats Key West and Elfin steamed down near the west side of Keynolds burg Island from Johnsonville, and engaged the rebel batteries of 24 pound I'arrotts. The gunboats were driven, badly damaged, to Johnsonville. At 2 P. M. the enemy's batter ies opposite, above and below Johnsonville, opened on the disabled gunboats. They re sponded until their ammunition was exhausted and then blew up the boats. The crews are at the fort in Johnsonville. This morning the rebels commenced cross ing in the boats of the Undine about five miles above Johnsonville. Two ilatboats were also used. No fighting has taken place to-day. The rebels are engaged in burying the dead. Gunboats from Paducah are in sight. Re inforcements have arrived. General Schofield takes command ol the post at Johnsonville. Intelligence from below Florence states that a large part of Hood's army is still south of the river, out of rations and clothing, and sub sisting on the country. HEWS FROM REBEL SOURCES. Hood Across the Tennessee River?Beau regard to take the Field?Enrollment of Negroes at Mobile?Our Cities Filled with Southern Refugees?Cnlon Victory in North Carolina?The Recapture of Plymouth. Philadelphia, Nov. 6.?The Richmond Ex aminer, of the 3d Inst., has Jacksonville, Ala., advices of the 27th, suiting that Hood left there on the 22d, and by the 25th had completed the crossing of the Tennessee river. The rebels had secured, before crossing, some 8,000 fine beeves. The railroad track from Dalton had been torn up by iiood for thirty-five miles to within three hundred yards cf Resaca. Beauregard left Jacksonville soon after the rirmv, to take command in the Held. An Alexandria rebel letter shows the rebels in that vicinity to be suffering lor want of the necessaries of life, and predicts starvation be fore the close of winter. The authorities at Mobile have ordered theenrollmentof negroes. The Richmond Examiner of the 3d, says the Northern cities are swarming with refugees from Dixie, their principal rendezvous being New York,where Butler and Knox, who robbed the rebel treasury of about a million dollars, are now located. New Yobk, Nov. 6 ?The Richmond Enqui rer, of the 3d Instant, has a despatch from Ply mouth. N.U., dated October 31, stating that >aftei three cays hard fighting, the enemy came down Roanoke river this morning. General Baker fought until the enemy's gunboats passed our forts and dismounted all our guns in the harbor. An evacuation was then or dered. which was accomplished under asevere shelling. It appears there were unseen forces up a channel, which took them above Ply mouth, thus enabling them to come down an other channel commanding the rear of that place.*' The Richmond Whig of the 3d gives the num ber of Union forces in East Tennessee, and says the rebel General Vaughn suffered a re verse at Morrlstown losing four pieces of ar tillery, and that Vaugnn is reported now at Bristol. GRANT. From the Front at Petersburg ?All Quiet along the Lines. Information from the Army of the Potomac is to the effect tnat military matters remain unchanged. Not even an item is to be obtained along the lines, except the occasional arrival of a deserter from rebeldom, with the sterotyped story of hunger, &c. If the stories told by them are true relative to the great numbers who long to come into our lines, there never was a better opportunity to do so than at present. Picket firing has almost entirely ceased, and the nights are quite dark, just such as deserters would be supposed to desire; but few now come over. Two deserters from our army were to have been shot yesterday, bnt the carrying out of their sentence was postponed by the President. Their names are Samuel J. Smith, 6-th Penn sylvania volunteers, and Rock, 15th New York volunteers. FROM THE SHENANDOAH. Early Reorganizing his Forces?An Assault of Mosby Repulsed. New York, Nov. 6.?Letters of the 31st ult., from Sheridan's army report that a small rebel cavalry force crossed the north fork of the Shenandoah on the 30th, and proceeded in the direction of Luray Court House. A dispatch of the 4th inst., from the l!)th army corps, states that Early's army is reorganizing at New Market. Rebel reinforcements of con scripts have been sent to Early in considerable numbers. A Martinsburg dispatch of the 2d states that Mosby made an assault, on the 1st inst, on our pickets Intending to stampede our animals, but was unsuccessful. Anticipated Raid from Canada, SCHPBW810H Bridge, N. Y., Nov. 6?There is much excitement on the American side in consequence of an anticipated raid. The citizens are arming, and goods and valuables are being removed. A special train with troops, Is expected to day. Buffalo, Nov. 6.?The following is an extract from a letter received to-day by the editor of the Express, from Dunn villa,Canada West, dated November 5: "Look out for a raid on Buffalo from To ronto and Hamilton on Tuesday next. The advance gusrd is now at Fort Erie and Sus pension Bridge, or will be on Monday. Their headquarters is at Toronto. Some Canadians direct the raiders, who are not all Southern.,' The letter is signed John B. Hally. The Presidency-Discovery of Another Fraud. Philadelphia, Nov. 6.?It is evident that the enemies of the Government are determined to stop at no frauds to overthrow it. A new fraud has inst been exposed in a telegram to Hon Simon Cameron from our State Agent. Fraudulent poll books have been manufac tured. to be put in the hands of Copperhead nartisans in the army. The names of the Union electoral ticket are printed on a slip folded on the names of the Chicago electoral ticket. The number of votes are written ap parently 'f on tne Union side, but when the slip is turned up the record shows Democratte Movements ef Treeps. jfww Yom%, Nor. 5,?The 9th, llth, and 14th regtoMcts ot regulars arrived to-day, ~ quartered In different parts of UM city. W ORLEANS. I*f?rUit Military Or4fn>lu?la?tti is the Bepartaaent. New Yobk Not. 6?Arrtred staarm r? Err ning Star aatf Mrmmae,tram W?w Orlana* on the 10th ultimo. Important military orders wnt ynhlltbMl la If?w OrlMni, One provided for the commeacement of an enrolment m the Department of the Quit on October St. All persona not reporting them, selves will be arrested and panUhed. Another commands the city aathoriUee to close all gambliag-honaes la the city. Gam. Men who ply basineea afar the let of Novam ber will befasstgned to active regiments aa team sters or cooks. Another provides for raising the coloied volunteer regiments within the city and neigh borhood of New Orleans. ?nccessfnl Expeditlan Blear ^labll *?M ure __ Priseaers ts be Exchaaged. Naw Yobk, Not.6.?New Orlfcan* lettars mention a naval expedition np the small Inleta catfle to 'whtcl1 secured considerable grain, t ? ,orc*ls reported at Olintcn, La., under W irt Adams chang?dhQ,ldred H10rP P^,eOIl#^,, are to be ex Naw Oamna, Oat. ?Tbe despatch-boat \ olunteer has retained from up the river, having taken the vote of the Mlw.lsaipni tleet Fourteen hundred cattle laMv crossed t&e Tlver at Jackson Point for the rebels. Lieutenant Earle left Natchez on tne27th on an expedition below. Genera] Hurlburt has ordered the raising tor one year of two colored regiments for the die fence of the city. A Rebel Pirate en the Lakes* BrvFALO, Nov. 5 ?It is reliably ascertained that the propeller Georgl&nna has been p ur hfu?ed by the rebels in Toronto, and Nien strengthened and armed somewhere on t,n<* Canada shore, for tho purpose of sinking the steamer Michigan, and for piratical excursions generally on this coast. She was ostensibly pnrchased by a house in Toronto for the lumber trade. She came to Buffalo baibor on the 3d Instant to have some part of ber machinery repaired, but left soon after. Sbe was without any description of freight. We are prepared for her here Probably a Canard. Cairo, Nov. 5.?The tight, reported a few days since by rebel stragglers, between por tions of Forrest's command and Col. Hatob, ha? not been confirmed, and isjprobably a ck nard Movements of Troops. Nkw York, Nov. 6.?The 6th, 7th, and Kith Connecticut regiments, under (General Ha'lv ley, arrived to day, with orders to report to General Butler; understood tnr garrison duty. Capture af Blockade-Runner*. The following captures of blockade-runne jrs cft Wilmington, N. C, were reported at toe Navy Department yesterday, and have arrived ot Fortiess Monroe Kngltsb steamer Lucy, captured on the I'd instant, laden with four hundred and fourteen bales of cotton and twenty-five tons of tobaccio; and tin? steamer Anna, captured on Monday last, laden with five hundred and eighteen balesof cottoB,thirty torsol tobacco,and filteeu barrels of turpentine: making seven captures within the last, thirty days,besides the destruc tion of lour other blockade-runners. Alexandria Affairs. ? From the state Journal of Saturday evening: It will be remembered that Mosby has ha.i in his service for a long time a deserter frotn our army?5th New York cavalry?known as the "Big Yankee." Mosby has always re. yarded him as the moat valuable man in his command He figured quite largely in the capture of (Jen. Stoughton at Fairfax Court House over a year ago?indeed. It was througn his agency that tbis dash of Mosby succeeded. Well, the ?? Big Yankee'' has af last come to grief. A few days ago, Moshy had some im portant messages to send to a distant point, and the errand was consideied a very danger ous one. The " Big Yankee" proposed to un dertake the job, and Mo6by, considering him very valuable, and not desiring to lose him, endeavored to persuade him not to go. But he persisted In going, and Mosby finally consent ed. He started, but never returned. On his way he encountered a small squad of I'mon cavalry, who halted him and demanded his surrender. He refnsed, saying "there was no surrender for him,'' and at the same time lie commenced firing into the sqnad which had halted him. The act resulted in his death, as he was Immediately shot dead by our men. So ended the career of a most notorious an! lawless man. General Slough and staff received orders late last night to immediately repair to the front to take charge of the troops on the line of the Orange and Alexandria and Manassas Gap railroads. He left tbis city tbis morning at flya o'clock a.m. We learn that his headquarters lor the present will be somewhere in the neigh borhood ot Manassas. Col WHIs, the present efficient and accommodating Provost Marshal General, has been designated, by orders from the same source, to fill his place as Military Governor of the city during his absence in the field. No better selection could possibly have been made. Developments have recently come to ligt;t implicating some of those connected with the 13th New YoTk cavalry, stationed near Falls Church, in regard to nndnly and improperly interfering with the soldiers of that regiment in the casting of their votes for President anil Vice President and the State officers of New York. The Information has been derived front those whose rights have been tampered with. An investiga'lon has shown that about eighty votes have been thus controlled and cast folr McClellan and Seymour, whereas had the sol diers been left to vote as they desired, withou intimidation or undue influence, these votejs would have been cast for Lincoln and Mt Fentow We hope the matter will at once bp brought to the attention of the War Departl ment, and that the guilty ones may speedily meet the fate which tliey so richly merit. Democratic Convention? At the Demo cratic Convention In Prince Georges' countv on Tuesday last, Mr. Daniel Clarke, of l|ueeix Anne, was nominated a candidate tor Statje Senator, and Messrs. lid. B B Chew, of Marl boro' district, and Charles B. Calvert, of Blaj densburg, were nominated for the House Delegates. A resolution was passed endorsing the nom inations for State officers, and ratifying the an nouncement of Hon. Benjamin G. Harris fojr Congress. A Rehkl Fair in Knoland ?A fair ha* been lately held in St. George's Hall, Englandl. in aid of the ?Southern Prisoners' Kelie|f Fund." ^"Tbe fast trotting horse, General Grant], fell dead Friday afternoon on the Herring Ru race course. It Is believed he was poisoned! The horse was valued at 9*,(XK). ?E^The New York city council is considering a proposition to purchase the city railroad^ and then lease them u>the highest bidder. List of letters remaining in the post OFFICE. GEORGETOWN. D. 0., Novxmbkr 5, 1964. To obtain any of these letters, the appl ieant mnsl call for " advertised letters,'* give the date of thii list, and pay one cent for advertising. If not called for within one month, they will b< sent to the Dead Letter Office. Place the postage stamp on the upper right-hand corner, and leave space between the stamp and direction for post-marking without interrerinj with the writing. 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