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WASHINGTON. I). C. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 16. 1864. N2. 8.656. TBAVELEBS' DIRECTORY, / kFPICB BALTIMORE * OHIO RR CO . A" W*pHHOTO*,N?T?abtr llih.l'iW On and after Sunday. November 13. 1864. Pa?e-n |fr Trains between Washington anl Baltimore will be run a# follow*: IRA 1*8 MOVING NORTH Vn 1 ? BA1,TI MORB. WAY STATION AH AR B1PBURG TRAIN?leave Washington b:30 A J?. Ariive at Baltimore * 'io a. M. No J?NEW YORK A WESTERN EKPRF.3S lr.fr Wa^h nt'nn 7 30 ?. m. connecting at Relay with Mail Trhio leaving Baltimore at 9:O0 a.m. f. r t'e W--t. A rriv e at B?ltio?ore 9:10 A. a ; Philadelphia. 1 P. w . New York ?:30 p M. No 3 - NEW YORK MaILTRUN-Lmm Wash ington 11 1& a m. Arrive at Baltimore at I i. l?* i m., PI iladel phia .*? 37 p.m., New York 10 00 p. m . No 4 ?BALTIMORE TRAIN?Leave Washing ton 3:00 p m. Arrive at Baltimore 4:30 p v. No .1- BALTIMORE COMMUTATION k PHIL APBLPHIA TRAIN?Leawe Washington 4:30 p.m. Arrive at Baltimore p m No. ?-l^TON. ALBANY k NEW YORK BX VHEl'S TRAIN ? Leave Wiihiattnn 0:00 p w Arri?e at Baltimore 7 :35 p. m.: New York 4:00 m. M?Pa and Passengers bv this train connect v- ?th all the early morning trains 1-aving Now York for tbe East, North and Want. No Philadel phia ? r Baltimore tickets sold by thia train. N<?. 7?BALTIMORE A HAPHISBURG TRATN Leave Wmhugton 7 00 p. m. tnd arrive at Balti more ?.-40 p m NO ???NEW YORK. PHILADELPHIA AND WASTERN TRAIN?Leave Washington at 8:30 r m s "ppire at R-- &v House f?r Western p .?i>o gers to takr Express T rain for Grafton. Wheeling, Tarkersbn g. at''' > 1' points in the West. FOR ANNAPOLIS the connections will be male with the K10 a M and the 4 30 p. M. from Wash ington. No train* to or from Annapolis on 8un* day. SI'N PAY TR AINS. THE ONLY TRAINS F OM WASdINGTON for passeng* rs on Suuday are the 7:30 * M and 3 p.m. fcr Baltimore. ?t?d *<:10 p.m. for Balti more. Phila1-elphi? and New York, and the ?i p. m for \'r? Yo-k ONLY. SLEEPING CAR* direct to New Y<>rk on r. M. mi" ?*:30 p m traina'1ai!? 9tt Pav. pif. rs leavioe ? asr ington at < 30 a. v .. and <i and * 30 p v., go through to New York ?iM orT c^anginc cars. .... , .. , For further information, tickets of every kind, A - . appb to GE<> H. KOONT/,, Agent at Wash ington, or at the Ticket OPo^e ^ aMITH Master of Transportation. L M. ?. OLE, uov 14 General Ticket Ag?nt. ( 'BEAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE f TOTHS NORTHWEST ANli SOUTHWEST. ON AND AFTER November Wth train' will leave Bxltimore from North Calvert 8 at on as JoliOWS . . . ?? Fast Mail ?t .... J? ? * Ha'risburg Accommodation r. M. Lightning Express.... 9.3" "? TUB ?. 30 A M TRAIN--BOM WASHINGTON ci.ni ect* with the 9 2 a m trair> fro n Baltimore f. r I'itt hjrs nod tf e Weft, and for Eltrnra. Baf f.tlo, Bech^'ter. Doukirk, Carandaigua. an 1 iSi k .??r? ? ?ll?. and lor N cw Y ork citv THE 7 iu V M TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON encnect* wi-h the 9.?i p wi train frorn BaUi irore for Elmira aod the North anl PitUburg and the West. SLEEPING CAP? ON ??T?nT TR * INS gOLMKKir Tickets at Ootkksvkst Rates. ONK THROUGH TRAIN' ON SUNDAY. LOW PARE AND QUICK TIME. w For ticket* and any information apply at the ?dice of the Gr>-at Peunrylvania Roote, corner La avenue and tith street. under Nations! Hotel; ar.d Dep. t House. No. 4b3 C ?t.. near Ne" Jersey avenue, WaahingtuU. J N.EUBARRY, Superintendent N <5. R R. E J WILKIN*. Pa-s and Ticket Agent, corner i?th at. l?9-tf and Penn avenne. pniLA DELPH1A STEAMERS. New Express Line, semi weekly.between PHIL ADELPHIA and ALEXANDRIA, WASHINGTON and GEORGB TOHN 8te mer-- Mayflower, Philadelphia and George H 8-ont. . m Reynlar sailing days WBDNESDAYS and SAT URDAYS.from No 14 North Wharves, Philadel phia at d No 59 Water street, between Congress and High. Georgetown. For freight apply tJJ0HN R davidsON. No. .19 Water utreet. Georgetown. Agent in Philadelphia. WM. P. CLYDE. 14 North Wharves. Ag-nt* in Alexandria, FLOW ERS & BOWEN, No. I King st. novS-tf CLOTHING. flOING I-aOlNCll-OOINa: DOWN THBY GO, AT LESd THAN GOLD PRICES J. H. SMITH a??l SMITH UKOS., TUB GREAT CLOTHING HOUSES OF WA8HINGT0N, No 460 AVD 4t>4 SBVENTH STREET, opposite Post Opptcb. all good^ BPQNGED. Where yon can ^^T^T YLE3 OP FRENCH, ENGLISH. AMU AMERICAN WALKING COATS. LATEST STYLES peg top pants, D0UBI.B BREASTED YX3TS, BUS IN BBS SUITS, PLAIN AND FANCY CASSIMERF. Together with th? LAHGEdT STOCK OP BOYS CLOTHING THE CITY. N. B.-We also have TQB LARGEST - STOCK OP PIECE GOODS CU8T0m"w0RK. Ail cf which we offer tt UNUSUAL LOW PRICES. GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. EATS, CAPS, SHIRTS. TIBS. SUSPENDERS, Ac.,Ac J. H SMITH. No. 4<i0, And SA1ITH BROS , No. 4*4, Ci othiers asD Merchant Tailor*, Seventh street, opp. Post Oftiee, oe 25-3m Washington. N.u MILLER k. CO SUBSTITUTES !! SUBSTITTTTESM AGENTS rott THE QUOTA Of THE DISTRICT, No fill Niuth Htreet *e?t, near Prunsylvania aT, MEN 1 MEN! MEN I Always ready to be mustered lor one or three years, at tt>e most reasonable prices. We will dn bette? th?n any other, AS WE ARB KNOWN AND RELIABLE. N B - Runners and others in the business most HUMIM.BR. s.-p30 2m Justice of the Peace. TYLEK'8 COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUM 1 ARABIC, Well known as tile Mast Pleasant. Safe, and Speedy Cure for COUGHS, COLDS. HOARSENESS. CROUP, WHOOPING COUGH AND AM. AlFICTIONS OF THE THROAT AND LUNGS. Its superior efficacy in arresting stubborn coughs and the Br?t i-tages of consumption, has long beeu appreciated by mi st families and physicians, and iu hucce** in giving immediate relief from a re cent cough or coid. unprecedented. For sale at the D'ug Stores. Price 26 and sneentKa bottle. For conven en" and portability the same com bination mi y he ha4 in a mild loienge form, well adapted to relieve public speakers, singers, and cbiidren, and known as ? , , ?TYLER S?0M ARABIC COUGH LOZENGES.' tor 1 eoSm* f|',U 18 18 TO GIVB NOTICE. That thesubscri 1 ber has obtainnd trom the Orphans' Court ol W nsbiogton county. In the District of Columbia, letters testamentary on the persoual est?te ol A u trust us T Pit u?sa late of vf asnmgton city DC., deceased. All persoas having c!ai ins a?ainst the said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit tbe sime, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before tbe ?5th day of October nett; they r'j otherwise by law t?e excluded from all ben eft'of ?he sa>d estate. .. . , __ , G.Ten Qfider my bifid this 25th day of Oo?.ob^r, 1^ . 2^u?3w THO. J. FISHER. Exeautor. I," ROM L<>\D'tN-Porter's History of the Knight* cf Malta. 2 vols; England ant France uo1 er the t ou-e of Lancastp'; Kosster s'Hiver ('? ?w?ll. I)e Kne, S'ee e, Chnr:hill an l Foote; ^ ?i,i?*r'* l,ord B&con ind "ir Wil*?f W#i|b;CAr* aii.al VV'neman's R. c-'llection of the last 'out Pi p e; Th^ Tw Siege of Vienna; Borrow's Gip f Spain; Orcek Hixtory from Platareh; Ma ??aelay's Biogr.uhies: La low's British Inli%, 2 vol, ttostc* on Right* of Neutra's; Juke's Man ial of Geology; P?*-'s Hand Book of Geological Terms. Iocs] FRXNCK TA Y!.0R^_ rl"'HE CO FARTS KKSHlK HERRTOFCRB EX 1 l?linghetwe?n Browning A Keating was dis solved ou the lito ultime by mutual consent; er her party c?n ?ign the narue of tbe firm in set Vementof accounts The books will b? kept at t> e i Id I'tand, where all persons haying ope-J ac counts .re respectfully req'ie?t?d to call ami settle. H^ BROWNING. JNO m BEATINO. I SHALL OONTINUB THE BCglNBSS AT the old stand on my own account, where I skall >- pleaded to *ee my friends and th* puhlie gener al.y. tauvMw) U. BROWBIN0. DENTISTBY. D*. T. B FKAVHKB. DKNTISr, TBNDKB3 bis Professional services to lhe pnb ~ lie, and will give his undivided attention VflBSp to the treatment ...f all Diseases of the "1" Teeth Teeth inserted from oueto an entire set, at th? shortest notice, wi'h little or no pain. Call early and see that your teeth are secured from the ravages of disease. No charge made for examination or professional advice. Office No. 483 Seventh st. nnv 10-2w* l-kBNTISTBr.-Dr. W. F. MARSHALL, Dentist, j j" ?4 "Dusylvania avenue, i?c-/-ar^ ?ond aoor from mh street, a'tends to all' branches of the profession. oe 13-2m* ? \EN T 1ST RY-Drs. LOCK WOOD ft MERRILL, S ..P.entists, Room Mo. Si. Washington Handing,corner Penna. ivenue and 7thiT ?treat. oc io-im? QRIAL DISCOVERY IB DENTISTRY. TV* Etx,ociU wtfAott Pvtm wit* tin Atari* ?/ . ? , _ Ozvim I would advise ali persons having teeth to e* tract to sail at Dr LEWIE'S offlce, *1Jt} have them taken out by this new ? *ud harmless process, also call and' ?xam'ue the Doctor's net and Im ??? rrored method of Inserting Artificial Teeth if you once see the great Improvement in his teeth '?5 WHI have them in no other style th."\n this new vna valuable one. No. J4'J. Pa avenue, be: *.?en "th aad IJth streets no via _ 8. R. LEWIE, M. P , D-nttst. ,ii T S Js T hi ^ ' ? LOC'-fctlB, II. h . the luvector ana fatasiN of the MI N EhAL PLATE TKKTU. at tends c-rsoually st his office In tbisj. nty Stany ^ers.;cs can wear these'j :eeth waii canoot wear ot^rs, and no person can wear others who cannot wear these. Persons calling at oiyoffioe can be accommodated with any style and price of Teeth they may desire, butto those wboare particular and wls'o the purest 3'eanest, strongest, and most perfect deiture thai art csn produce, the MfNWRAI PLAT* wH> b* mere (tally warranted. ? Rooms in this ei*y?No33*i peunsylvanla arenn* between Sftb a^d *i!th streets Also. WO7 Ar-?b st, Philadelphia. ni*r<iv THE FOLLO .M. G SPLENDID LIST . I or WA TCHES. CHAINS. GOLD PENS, AND PEN CI LS, Ac , A c., W O R T U $.100,000! To be sold at One Dollar Each, without to value, Aiid not to be paid until you know what you will receive! 160 Gold Hurting Cased M atches, each ? !<? 100 Gold Watches...? >yt 2"0 Ladies' Watches.. j? 60-1 Silver Watches... _ ... .^ $i5to->.5 6"*'Gold Neca and Vest Chains 12 to 15 1,Pi 0 Chatelaine and Guard Cha'n-t 5 to 15 3 1*0 Vest and Neck Chains.... 4 to 12 4 t*n Solitaire Jet and Gold Brooches.4 to 8 4 UO f oral. Lava, Gainet, Ac Brooches.. 3 to 8 7,0*0 Gold, Jet. Opal, 4 c. Ear Drops..-.. 3 to 8 6.00o Gents'Breast and Scarf Pins 3 to S 6.000 Oval Band Bracelets 3 to 8 2,COo Chafed Bracelets ..... ..., 6 to 10 3,fr 0 California Dismocd Pins and Rings.. 2Soto3 2.1 b" Gold Watch Keys _.... 25<HoS 5.'00 SeMai re Sleeve Buttons and St'-i-ls... 2 to 3 5.HORold Thimbles 4 to ti 5.0> o Miniature Lockets 2 to 7 3,lt? Minia'ure Lockets. Msi;ic _ 4 to 9 2,fi"0 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, Ac 2 to 6 .1/(0 Pob and Ribbon Slides _... 2 to 5 5.0U0 Chased Gold Rings. 2 to 5 4,0i*' Stone Set Rings 2 to 6 fi^(0 Sets Larties' Sewelry?Jet and Gold_ 5 to 15 6,0< (I rets Ladies' Jeweirv?varied styles.. 3 to 1.5 8.''00 Gold Pens, Silver Case and Pencil... 4 to 9 4.0 0t-*old Pens, Go'd Gate and Penci' 5 to !0 6.<s o Gold Pens, Gold-mounted Holder. 2 to 6 Ail the goo-Is in the above list will be f?M, with cut reser? ation. for ONE DOLLAR EACH, Cer tificates of all the various articles are pisced in simi ar envelopes and sealed. Thuse envelopes will he sent bv mail, or delivered at our office, without regard to choice. On receiving a certifi cate you Kill se? what article it represents, and it i? optional with v<m to send om* dollar and receive thearti le namtd, or ?nv other in the lis' of satn? val ue. in all transaction? by mail we charge for forwarding the c-rtiScates, p'tying p^sta?" and d< ing theT>ugfnexc, 2."> cents eai-h Fivr okrtifi 1'aihii leill be .unrfnr fl; ki kvrs for#2; tutstt for f5; sixty-fivk for fin: and onk itnsiiRKn for f 15. We guarantee ebtire satisfaction in every instance. Aof.mts.?gpe'-ial t<-rnis o agents Address GEORdE DEMERIT fc CO., t?c 15 St Wlm 3"3 Broad ?ay. New York, HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES. Proprietors of the above establi?h-' ments are invited to examine our ' CFOCKERY.CIIINA AND GLASSWARE, as we can furnish it in large or small quantities of Fnperior qua'ity FINE PLATED CASTORS FORKS and SPOONS, English and American Ci TLEHY.a'l grades. WKItB A BEV'ERIi'GE, EOT 3 lOt* 501, Odd Fellows' Hail,7th st. VEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL PETROL UM COMPANY. CAPITAL STOCK, $1.000,000. 100.000 SHARES AT ?10 BACH, SUBSCRIPTION PRICK !?5 PER SHARE. LANDS YIELDING LARGELY. OFFICERS: HON. DANIEL S. DICKINSON. President. WILLIAM T PHIPPS, Vice President. ROBERT BASSETT, Seer. tary. Btoksare open fcr subscription at the oIBce of the Company, No. 24 Empire Building,T1 Broal way. New York. The lands of the Company are situated Int'8 heart of the Oil Region, and include portions of those well known localities, "the JlcKlhenuy farm, the two McClintojk farms," and otber proved asd valuable working territories, includ ing over Two Thousand a res of the best Oil Ter ritories alongOil Crerk ai.d in West Virginia, now under process of successful development, and oil is already regularly and largely produced from several well* upon them. Address the Company, P- 0* Box 536* New York. oc 28-3 n 369 8KVKNTD8rR.Br. ggy AUCTION GOODS. GREAT REDCCTION IN PRICES! We have Just received from the New York auc tions a lot of CARPETS. which we are selling fifty p>-r cent, les.s than for mer prices. WHITE and COLORED BLANKET8, very cheap, Eive hundred BED COMFoRr.' which we pur chased during the recent decline in the prices of foods, which enables us to offer theui at bar gains, Eii.ht hundred pounds pure <1 EESE FF. ATM KRS. These feathers are Lorn Montgomery county, Md.. and ar? prime country featbers. Largest stock FURNITURE, CROCKERY.GLASS, WOODEN and WILLOW WAKE in the city. H BONTZ, Successor to Pontr. ^ Griffith. oc 31-10t |Chrwnicle| 3>>H 7th ?.t.. near 1. rj BL'RR & BROTHER, A ptal?;r8 is OATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES, UMBRELLAS. AO. No. 3^3 Serenth street, near 1 street, oc 2l-lm !& WOLE LEATHER TRUNKS. LADIES' DRESS k* ThUNKt^. PACKlNri TRUNKS, VA LI^FS, CARPET. LEATHER and CAN VAfcS TRAVELING BAGS, A<s?compri-" s'ligthe mo?t extensive variety of traveling re quisites, to be found in this city. WALL, SXEPUKNS A CO , tov 11-Cwif 34ti Penn'a avenue. TilE OLDEST HOTEL CONDUCTED ON THE 1 EUROPEAN PLAN, Is enlarged to double its forujer capacity, EUROPEAN HOTEL, Citmtr Pa. av. and lliA st., Waskintion, D, C. This hotel, the oldest condocted on the European plau in this city, t as been ealsrged audT luiproved in every ?a> neceona. y for the' s ?* omm idation of the increasi g guests J Ttankiui for the patronage a'reidy received, proprietor h0|."S tnat by at'ention to busiues" we com nue to receive patronage as heretofore. Gue?ts will only be charged with what they rec-iye. C arge* are medeiate. oc 36-tf P. EMRICI1, Proprietor. J^ORfcES! IlORgEfi: HOUSES! QrARTRRMASTKK GFSKRAI V OFHCK, f WaBHiMii OS Nov. 10. 18>?4.< liOKeEri. suitable for Cav?lr> and Ariiliery ser TKe. will be parchaitKl at uiueboro Dej'ot, in open n>?rket, till DECFMBKK i 1%4 borses will bed.live ed io Captain L Lowry Moore. A. Q M , and be ?ob ecte t to the usual Government inspection b-for? being accepted I rire of Cavalry Horse* $i7s each Price of Artillery Horses .?)Si ?*;!?. Part eut will be made for m* irti and more. ? ? ?KIN, Colonel in charge Fn>t LivUion Bol2-16t Quartermaster General's Offlc?. ^yM. RNABKAC0-. GOLD MEDAL PIANOS. The Ml* Agency of this celebrated PanoVBflB| is at Mo. 490 nth st. west, sbovs c?. n./mp where they can be hired or pnrehasel at vi law. dating terms. Second bane pianos bought ani taken in excbaact lor new ones MM WSto' fr.O. RBIOHESBACa. AMUSKMENT8 CA*TI?KHURV HALL. MUSIC VCANTERBURY HALL.I AND B A L L JCANTBRRITRY HALL.i THBATBB Lochia** Atiicb, If tar Corner tj btxtk street, hear of National and Mttrovolttam Hauls. Gae?oi L?a Proprietor Josh Hart _ Stage Mao??*? Loots 8roM.OKT Ballet J?-h* Bbputa ? Musical Director THB ACMR OP" 8UOCBS8 TUB ACME of 8COCB8S THIS aOME OK 8UCOB8S TH F. AG vi K OF 8PCOESS THB ACME OF 8UC0BS8 CROWNS OUR EFFORTS. CROWNS OCR EFFORTS. CROWNS ?'UR BFFORTS, IROW?.8 OTR EFFORT* CROWNS OCR EFFORTS. THB REST EVIDENCE T^E BEST 8VIDENCH THB B*ST KVIDEVOB THE BB.-T EVIDENCE THIS Bh8T BVsDENCB <>F THE POPULARITY OF THB POPULARITY li? *?HK POPULARITY Of THE PoPTLVKirY Or THE POPULARITY OK THE ORB AT CANTERBURY THB GHEAT CANTERBURY THE fiRKAT CANTBRBURY tub dhkat canterbury TUT GREAT CAN TERHURY A MONO THE MASSES A MUN'?* THB MASSB8 AM iNG ThK ma 8K3 AMONG THK MAst*ES AMONG THE MASSES I* the Fact of its being CROWDED TO EXCESS CROWDED TO BX C E ri 8 I ROW DEI) TO H X C K S 8 CROWDED TO EXCESS NIGHT AFTER NIGHT NI^IlT AFTKR N'GHT NIGHi' AFTER NIGHT NfwIlT A FT Eft MBHT MUBT AFTER NIGHT B V DI = CRIM1NATI VG AnDIENClf* 1 ISCMMtN ATING AUI)'.BVCK< DISCRIMINATING AUIM BNCES lis.riminaung audiences! Which is Coii' Insiv* Evidence ef its 8UPEHI?R MERITS SUPERIOR MERITS SUPERIOR M KRI rs SnPEHluR MERITS SUPERIOR MERITS AS A FIRST CLASS MUSIO HALL. FIK-T CI Af<S MlJfIC HALL FIRST CLASS MUSIC UaLL FIRM CLAfS MUSIC HALL FIB8T CLASS MUSIC HALL. ANOTHER GALA WEEK. ANOTHKrt <i ALA U gKK . ANOTHER OA LA WEKK. ANOTHER GALA WEEK. ANOTHER GALA WEEK. ANOTHER OARNIV \L O? FUN ANOTHER CARNIVAL OF FUN ANOTHER CARNI VAL OF FUN ANOTHER CARNIVAi OF FUN'' another carnival of fun MORE TALKNT. MORE TALENT MORE TALENT. MORE TALENT. MORE TALENT. SECOND WEEK OF MR W. A. WRAY, WRAY, WRAY, wr.AY, WRAY, WRAY* WRAY, WR *V, WR \y VRAY, ^R?Y, W*AY* WRAY. WRAY, WR*Y W B A V. WR?V, WRAV WRAV, WRAY, WRAY WRAY, WRAY. WRAY, Wfco is, without doubt, the nio?t VERSATILE ACTOR NOW BEFORE TUB PUB LIC. He vrill introduce thi? week hi* entirely new an i original Feats of NECROMANCY; Also display bis Great Musical Tal?nt by PERFORMING UPON THIRTY DIFFERENT MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, Proving bimself to be n Master Musician, WRAV on the Banjo, WRAY in Comic Ditties, WRaY as a. Conjurer. WRAY a? 'h* Lively Youth. WRAY, the D 1. Firs*, appearance of KITTY PHYFFE, KITTY PHYFKB, KITTV PlIYFPE. KITTY PHYr'FE, KITTY PHYFFB, The Celebrated Comedienne an>I Vocalist, from Bowtry Theater, N> w York. Second Week of MONS. DPVBRNA, M 'NS. DUVBHNA, MoNj.. DUVKRNA, MOV'H. DUVERNA, MONS. DUVERNA, THE INDIA RUBBER MAN, Who-e Astcu jdiirg Performances as a Contortion is* ?od Acrobat have received the highest encomi ums of the prei-s and the public. First Week of A.J LB AVI TT, A.J LBAYITT. A J. I.EAVITT, A. J LKAVITT, A J. LEAV1TT. Ti*e Acknowledged Champion Banjo Ut. The Great Comic Dno, CHARLEY KANE, CHARLEY KANE, CHARLEY KANE. CHARLEY KASK, CHARLEY KANE. AKD M?8S JENNIE JORN80N, MISS JENNIE JOHNSON, MISS JENNIE JOHNeON, MISS JENNIE JOHNSON, MISS JENNIE JOHNSON, IN SEVERAL ROARING FARCES First time her* of the Magnificent Pantomime ballet, arranged by Moon. Sr.ollosy, entitled LES AMOURS DR D(ABLB, (The Loves of theDsvil.) Doctor Balsamo?Satan Mon? Siollosy Dionypius. a Young Stranger.. Ella Wesaer An*e > itoBi ? Josh Hart Clementine, hi* Paaghtur ... Mary Wesner Peasants, Villagers. Ac._?.. .. Corps de fiallat FRIDAY NIGHT, NOV. I* BBNKKIT OP M R . W . A WRAY. W hen a Splendid Bill will b<- given. SATURDAY A R r ERNOON-LADIBS' MAIINEF. Mr. Lea begs to announca aa engagement with the world famed Au?tralian Rider, MR. J AS. MELVILLE. With his Ta'ented Family, SAMUEL. FRANCIS, AND GEORGE, Who have t een epgag' d by tbe Proprietor at au ?-n< rinooB ont!ny, ia order to maiutain the tupru mary of 'he Cactert nry oyor all other similar e? tHbiit-limeots. They will make their first appear ance On MONDAY. NOV EMBER 21, in their WONDROUS GYMNASTIC PER FOR VI AN CBS That have startled tb? puh'ic of both hemispheres. The Laiiie and fame uf Melville, the wild ridv o Austral a. ar<; patenttCruUfihoattbe ?or d.asals that of his fam us white niars MAY FAIRY, wh has tJavcl'ed round the world with him from Au^ tra ia to America Europe the Indies, Onina, and Japan. T<> dilate on the surpassing merits of TUE GREAT MELVILL1 an<* hit t?lei>ted sons would be sapertluoua. MR. JOHN MULLIGAN. The Gr-at Ethiopian Delineator, will shortly pear. A GRAND CHRISTMA8 PANTOMIMB Is i? active preparation, which will be yrodaoed witiFgieat ?flendor daring the Hollidays. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FROM EUROPE. The Capture of the Florida?View* of the London Mar?bloomy Advicrs from tbe Rebel Capital?Lee'* Army W?ri Oot? A Honk' in Richmond in September? Spain's I'ltiniatuni with Pern?The Ja I>ubci? I onlirmed. N*w York, Nov. 15?The steamship Aus 'rnlHfinn has arrived from Liverpool oa tha 5tb iubi The Morning Star admits th.it, if the facta are as stated, a (treat breach ot international law w?s committed in the seizure of the Flor ida; but sajs the matter rests with the Brazil ian Government. It is not a question that England can toncb, even witti the longest possible diplomatic pole. The steamer Sacnmento left Southampton ou tbe '2d Ir.st. Tbe Kichmond correspondent ef the London Times, writing October ?th, gives a gloomy picture of the Confederate position. He says I.ee's army is almost worn out. There was i.earlj a panic at Richmond wtien Grant threatened nn afack on the '?)th ot Septem ber. as Lee bad on Iv a handful of men to re sist it. lie thinks if Sherman establishes him s?lf in Georgia, there will be reason for ap pr? tension about Riclrmoed dut ing the win t? r. tbe like of which has never existed before. Spain has sent an ultimatum to Peru by Se r.or Pan ja that it lull satisfaction is not given, the Spanish squadron is at once to seize the rnutlic and octroy the fleet. The success of the Allies at Japan is con. firrred The Straits were opened after three d;<ys fighting. All the batteries ware destroyed. 1 he loss was slight. ARK EST OF lOSSl'IRATOKS. Important Revelations Made? Attempt to K elense Rebel Prisoners. Chicago, Nov. 15?The following persons, charged with being Implicated in a conspiracy to release tne rebel prisoners at (Jam p Douglas, were arretted last night:?(3. W. Patten, Fran cis Adam?, Obediah Jack-on, Jr , .las. Larmon, Jas. Gar*, and Mr. Semmes, a nephew of the pirate of that name. Jackson, who is Grand Seignor of the order, in an interview with the authorities, stated that in a meeting on the Sunday before the election, the subject of ihe release of the rebel prisoners was discuss* d, and Wal3h, Gary, and Pat'on statea that th?-re were plenty of arms in the city for all of the order, and that the rendez vous for the distribution of the arms was indi cated. One was toe Inviucible Club room. r At this meeting Jack?on discovered that the objects ot tne organization were treasonable, and he determined to expose it; but the mili'ary ar rests made tbe same day, he thought, rendered it unnecessary. FRoM PENNSYLVANIA. Guerrillas Across the Potomac?Their Ob ject Plunder?Effect Upon the People? Organization of Companies. Champ.krsrcrg, Pa^ Nov. 15 ?Some rebel guerrillas, having crossed the Potomac, evi dently with the purpose to plunder the border, the citizei s of Chambersburg held ft large meeting this evening, and organized three full companies tor defence, one <>l which will be armed by it& members with hrst-class repeat ing rifles. Companies were also promptly organized to day in Gieencastle, Waynesboro, and Mer cersburg, and all will be completely armed to morrow. Tbe border people are folly prepared for plundering raids, and they will make short work of any guerrillas who tall into their hands. FRO>1 FORTRESS >l??NROE. Review of L . S. Marines by tlie Couimaul? ant of the Fleet?The Pirate Florida still at Anchor?A Twelve-minutesSnow. Fortress Mom ROE, Nov. 11.?To-day, the weather being tine, tbe sailors and marines at tached to the United States vessels of war now in this vicinity were reviewed on the beach by the commandant ot the fleet. They presented an imposing and pretty spectacle. The pirate Florida still remains at anchor near the fort. Her captor, the Wachusett, is also at anchor near her. A twelve-minute snow storm occurred here on the evening of the 12th. WHERE IS SHERMAN.' Tlie Military RJyslery?Speculations and Theories. ; letter from an Ohio officer ] HE IDqL'ARTERS 55TR OHIO VOLUNTEERS Atlauta, Ga, Oct. 31. -* * * 1 suppose a lew words ou the situation here will not be wnolly uninteresting to you. At present the Twentieth Corps?of whic.l our regiment is a part?still occupies the city. The balance o* the army is supposed jo tx* somewhere near the Alai.ama line, and looking af;er Hood, whose headquarters are reported to be at De l catur, Alabama. It is my opinion that Gen. Sherman is now doing the "letting alone" part, in order that Hood ma? get himself where 1 ? Jordan is a hard road to travel " to again lind himself in Dixie. We are under orders to prepare for a sixty days' campaign, so you gee that does not look much like spending the winter in Atlanta, as many have hoped to do. It is not supposed that any below a Major < ieneral knows what is to be the programme, i nor do they; but it is generally conjectured tbat a large lorce is soon to start tor Savannah via Augusta and Milledgeville. General Thomas will have force enough witn what will be left him by Sherman, to "do the agree able" to Hood, and but little may be expected lo meet our "On to Savannah," or wherever it-may-be movement. You may expect that ??something may turn up" before this army settles down for the winter. The people in this region are generally re bellious, but fortunately there are not many of the fighting men left. Since Hood cut Sher man's communications, and stopped the in coming ot supplies from our base, we have done some pretty heavy foraging. Four for agiug parties have already brought iu not less than twenty-four thousand bushels of corn, with hogs, chickens, sweet potatoes, ic., in abundance. It Hood can afford to meddle with Sherman's rear, he can afford to subsist this armj , and 1 fear the citizens where our parties have been are not now luxuriating in their plenty of which the "Confederacy" is so boast ful. Atlanta has been and is being fortified, to make it a Gibraltar; but as it can no longer be a strategic point for the rebels, I think it not certain that it will not be abandoned when we start on the contemplated campaign. This, of course, is only conjecture. If it is abaudoned, it will only be because it is not necessary to bold it Is Gen'I Sherman going to Audersouville .' | From the Toledo Hlade.] We get no direct official authority for the statement that General Sherman has cut loose trom the north, abandoned Atlanta and moved south; neither do we get any official denial of it. Unofficial evidence to that effect ia rapidly ac cumulating from many Bourses, which leave very little room to doubt Its truth. A private letter received this morning from one in a posi tion to know, assures us that this report is true. We ar?* tatisfied that the incredulous will have but a short time to wait for conviction. Tney niay look ft?r proof first from Richmond, say as eoou as the middle of next week. It is believed that the movement was decided on several weeksHgo. and kept admirably well concealed from the pnblic and gossip. General Sherman knows what he is about, and has taken his own method of making it knowu to the Rebels thi nuei ves. IDs highly significant letter to tha president of the Western Sanitary Commission is now quoted It seems that some time a^o that Commission sent large supplies to Atlanta for our prisoners at Anderson ville, Georgia, by request of Sherman, arrangement* having been made with Hood to deliver them Military movements prevented their delivery, and now General Sherman writes to the President of the Commission that he will "hold the articles for tbe purpose dt signed, but that it may be neces sary for bun to go to Audersoiiville to deliver the supplies in person." Table of Distauces. As a matter of interest, we compile the following table of distances from Atlanta to the several points which have oeen men tioned as likely to be visited by Sherman: Miles. Atlanta to Macon... U>3 Macon to SavftBuah 190 Atlanta to Augnsta . 171 Augusta to Sav <innah, tW Augusta to Charleston, S. fJ.,ta(t 137 Atlanta to Lynchburg, Va 3*) [From the New York HeraldJ Hood's Escape from Sherman. On October 23, Hood moved trom Gadsden, tbrongb Ixwkout Mountain, towards Gu&ter's Landing and Decatur, on the Tennessee river, near tbe last named places he formed a junc tion with Gen. Dick Taylor's army, which had meantime qqieUy moved up the Mobile and Ohio Railroad and tbsnee t? Tatcumhia, tie new base of supplies. He thu? plHonl blm?elf Jar in Qen. Sberman's rear before th tt officer con Id take steps to transfer bis army to the new front of ibe rebels on the Tenn#!>e?a. Hood's advance had probably reached the, Tennessee before Gen. Sherman positively knew tbat ha bad abandoned Gadsden. Un doubtedly it was much to hi? surprise when, on October 35th. he tried tbe gap and fonud it abandoned by Hood. Toe position wis cer tainly startling. He dared not follow, thus abandoning Me line of supplies to venture in a mountainous country, through which a large army had jnet passed. It was impossible to transfer his entire army to Hood's front in time to roretbim and tbns hold his communi cations intact. Tbe position demanded resolu tion and action. He was not slow to resolve and act. '-Let kim go North." be exciaim-d to his council, "our business is down South' Sherman's Koland for Beauregard's Ol iver. He represented to bis olficers that the situa tion of aflairs justified him in considering his command an independent one, without a foe to conlront Roeseau and Wood's corns with Morgan'? t'ivision ot tne li'h and -2:? I corps, entiie, were in Tennessee, alor.g the line of the Tennessee river. Tbo' more than equalled Re.auretnrd's forces. Gen Slocnm'scorps was ? n AtlBtta, fevb'.y besieged by Iversort's cav alry. He remained wuh '.he flower ot his army?with the corps that stood at Chicka manga with Thomas and the corps of G ant's old army that besieged Vicksburg and relieved Chattanooga, lying in what Gov Brown calls tbe " heart ana iailroad centre of tbe South," with only the Georgia militia?the mere shad ow of an army?tj oppose him. He deter mined at this important juncture to resume his original intention, and, ignoring tbe very ex istence of Hood, carry out bis offensive cam paign from Atlanta. He determined to follow Hood no longer, but bade him " speed" on Ills journey North. "II he will go to tbe river," he said, " I will give him his rations," hnt failed to intimate that be proposed to consider them rations to prisoners. The resolution was promptly formed and the preliminary movements as rapidly executed. By November 1 ihe Arroyol the Tennessee had Inn Rome and wa6 en route to Atlanta. On November 4 the five corps?the 11th, 15th, Pith, i 17th, and 'JOth?bad been concentrated at the last named citv, and rapid preparations were being made to begin the march. Sherman left in the t ighestfpirits.and telegraphed his inten tions in these remarkable words: "Hood has crossed the Tennessee. Thomas Will take care of him and Nashville, while Scbofield will not let him into Chattanooga or Knox ville. Georgia and South Carolina are at my mercy, and 1 shall strike. Do not be anxious about me. I am all right." This is his adieu. Tbe rebel papers already announce that be has started on his march. Where is be going ? Sherman's First Destination Anderson ville. Never during the war ba? the South been taken so completely at a disadvantage; and with the legs of such soldiers as Sherman bas he can go anywhere he may desire To the right lies Montgomery, Mobile and Columbus. The two first are the supply depots of Beaure gard. The last is the great arsenal of the South. Wi'bin a tew hours'march is Andersonville. the great rebel pen in which twenty thousand of our men are confined as prisoners and treat ed as di gs. Sherman is not likelv to pass it by. He wrote but a lew days ago to the President of tbe St, Louis Sanitary Commission, "1 thank you for tbe prompt fulfilment of the re quest to send certain articles lor our prisoners at Anderson ville. Things baveehanged since, and 1 may have to go in person to deliver these articles to the prisoners." It may b? consid ered a fixed fact that, whether Mobile, or Sa vannah, or Charleston be his destination. Gen. Sherman will take Anderson ville in his way. Savannah lies to the left, only fifteen days' march. Charleston is in the same direction, and not over twenty-five days distant. Let him go whichever route he may he can reach the ocean or the Gulf without a battle. Beauregard'g Position. In the meantime where are B^auiegard, Hood and TaylorThe latest official news which we have from the combined forces of tho en emy is from Nashville, under date of the 11th inet. The army was at that time in the vicin ity cf Florence, Alabama, where they had a pontoon bridge across the Tennessee river " But," says the telegram, "they hesitate to cross. Deserters report that they are busily engaged in repairing the railroad between Tuscumbia and Corinth." Hood made his first effort to cross the Tennessee at Bluewater creek, on November :!d, and, on beinsj defeat ed by Roueseau'g troops, moved to Florence, where, being met by the Intelligence of Sher man's daring movement from Atlanta, he halts irresolute and "hesitates to cross." In his front are Rousseau and Wood, each with a full corps, eqnal in the aggregate to Beaure gard's army. Forrest, on the rebel left, has met with some little success in blockading the Tennessee river below Johnsonville find in destroying several transports near that place, but is apparently unwilling to cross thestream and place himself in tbe narrow peninsula be tween the Cumberland and Tennessee rivers. In bis front, and doubtless bearing down upon him by this time, is the corps of General A. J. Smith, which, relieved of the pnrsuit of Price, has been sent to Padueah. On the extreme rebel right Breckinridge Is driven from Bull's Gap oy Gillem, and foiled in his attempt to reach Knoxville. Thus we now have iu tbe immediate front of the enemy at every threat em d point a force equal to bis own and nble to deleat him, while two hundred miles iu his rear is a great army of fifty thousand men. against whom the rebels can muster no force adequate to oppose it. The strategy of Jeff. Davis and Beauregard has simply resulted in furnishing us with one more army than they bave, and forced us to concentrate while he scattered bis armies in fruitless invasions of Missouri and Tennessee. The result of this great mistake will very soon be shown us by the terror it will strike into the hearts of the rebels at Richmond. The I'hirographv of Grant and Lee. A Richmond correspondent of the Savanah Republican, referring to the la'e correspon dence between Gens. Grant and Lee in refer ence to the relief of onrprisouers at the South, says: The correspondence between Gen. Lee and Gen. Grant is now before me, and I have been much struck by the handwriting of these two ablest generals the war has brought forward ou either side. Gen. I^e's handwriting is bold and rather stiff, his letters being large, rouud and very distinct. He bears heavily upon the pen?probably a goose quill?and abbreviates many of his words, as if writing were a labor to liiin. The following Is an exact transcript of the first sentence in his letter to Gen. Grant: " Uenerai?l have read your letter of tbe ldth inst, accomp>g copies of letters from Judge Ould, Comm'r of Exchange j<?f[Pris'rs on the part of the Conf,ate States A: the Honb'le E. M. Stanton Sec'y of War, Lt Col. Malford Asst. Comm'r ol Exc. of the U. States." He does not, as you perceive, punctuate closely; and nowhere in bis letter does he write out tbe word "and," but invariably uses the abbreviation " And yet he pauses long enough to dot all his "i's ' and crosf all his "t's." All bis letters are drawn nearly straight up and down the paper; in other words, they are like himself, round, full, bold and upright, inclining neither to the right nor the left, and standing firmly on their base, as if they disdained all assistance. They are so clear and precise, so round and weighty, and d istinct, that each letter reminds one of a solid cannon ball, and each word of a cluster of grapeshot. Gen. Grant's handwriting, on the contrary, though not so bold and distinct, nor the let teis so large and round and erect, is neverthe less, very legible and very striking. It is full ot energy and action, and his letters all incline io the right, and follow one after another with a little space between them as if they repre sented an equal number of his brigades on a march round Lee's right. Among chirogra phers bis band would be called a running hand. The words occupy much space from left, to right, and still they are very cleir and legible. He pays more attention to puncuation than Gen. Lee, abbreviates less, and Is equally care ful of his i's and t's It may be tne work of imagination, yet in reading his letter I cannot but picture the writer as a restless, nervous, enirgetic man, full of lire and action, always in motion, and always in a hurry. Eastward from Atlaata. From Atlaata to Augusta, by railroad, is 171 miles. From Augusta to Charleston, 137 miles. From Atlanta to Macon, 1(13 miles. From Ms con to Savannah, loo mile*. From Augusta to Savannah, 133 miles. The country from At* lauta toward Augusta is quite rolling, and, In place*, rocky, with plenty of small stream* acd ?prtr*?, and abao4?sc# of Wood v,ad tor for an arwir. it * * ??>(! ^ttird farming :%?tmZSS ss-js^js; obt-iruvUoDS that tb* InhaV'KBta conld place in tbt. way cf an amy wonid ** 4o tbedes?uc tlou of the ?wUr*e ot*t th* *avanua& at An rwrm. If they do that <h? arm* could torn its attention fltft opon Savannah, in?.t?ad of Ubartestor; or it ronld ie*rtdge the river with ont in? ??iiona delay. Tt? Oonntry between Aogneia and Obarleeton is not as good a> t?. ward Atlanta Part of it U inhabited by poor ? sandhiller*," and part of tt ts very epargrty inhabited Krom Hranchvtile?the point wber* the iailr<ads Item Aoius'a anu Ooiauxbia nnlte?16 Charleston. *-2 miles, the country n vny It at, ?n| a jrood ueml ?if swamp, and In ? nmmer dine is so niestnatic. that settlements *re sparse, ihongb tb*re are some largp plan tations, and when cotton vu kiug there wore a great many slaves hept at work upon all tb? ?I'ots ?1 this iwsmpT region ft is not a b*d nis to ffi?Tvh thrrnch In cool weather. It Hro^f.1 iTh ,,,1Bd|y ?n ennsmer. Immediately or l ltw Und u yrrr fl**? **ady c*l?V?Z? I? Oolurabta, the Molina, is .acrosS the ? r d !fT r*n"r*,,y ,OW' ??nd bills, ar-d over (-mail streams, tbe border* of which are Lulilviit-d by itbUi cvuua planters an 1 fnrm?r?, ?who k<vp a good deal of stock, and have plmt> of graiu and sweet potatoes The (fcingnree river, at Colombia. is a re?pe'ctabl<% Mzeo null stream, ro'bu.g more, ai,d io ,g (t)A Weterre, eastward of i?, and so are the two Pedees, and if an armyeTer has to march from Angnsta fo Wilmington, It ^Hll flod no serious obs'rnctiors In the Way, exgept in a time of high water, when evtrj -Mali stream over fli w? its low banks and cover* abroad <?atnp. The w hole way is a good cpuntry fur an army to march ard' subsiat in. The dis ance from Angnsta to Colnmhia is about eighty miles, and fr> m Col unit ia to Wi'minron. N. C.? ah..ut two hundred miles Sera? o: ta* rt -hest cotton planters are iot nd along the rivers, which such a march woi. 14 cross. Gen. rrant Preparing for u Grand Naval end Laud Attacl> on R)cli<nond. (Fiotn the Richmond 1'xaminer, Nov. Jft. ] Th? re is a report, apparently somewhat au trmncated, that thirty iroti claoe, with a number oi torp? do bottle and transports, have lately arilv^d at CiVy Point Many m eihgent c Ulcers are convinced thnt there will soon t>e a gieat battle on the whole tine below Itioh mcud. 1 he time of that t.attle will depend on the ccmpieiion oi the Dutch t>ap canal rind ita tnecess as a ship cbtunel. for ?t is hichiv nn I rotable that Grant will try another assault w nhout the aid of the fleet at least tiutti ho ascertains that the canal is a failure and that all hope of aid from the ileet must be aban doned. The Yankee papers contain a vehement con tradiction of all the sia'emeuts to the ettboc that Sheridan is retiring down the Valley; but thet contradiction may be ihe result of an order ot the Uo vemmeut, and intended ?< a. blind to tb.? Confederates The better epi a km is ili^' Mieiican will join Grant in lUe assault on the lines of Richmond, Petersburg aud tha s? nth side, whenever ttie a-stult is de livered. It is believed to have he?n always part of their plan, and < we snp|>o?e) h is beeu provided ngainst. AMOSBMEN'ra. UROVfcK> THEATER Pennsylvania Avenue, aenr Willani'g Hotel, tt K I'N KSD A \ fcV KNlNti, o- euit.^r 1 i Las; ui*hi but tBree of the lra< dy and Cotnerd CoiTbinstlon. K. L. DAVKN l'ORT, J. W WALLACK. AND SL'SAN DKNIN. Last time. naoSi positiveh of this UigniC^en'' Double liill. The Eminent Starg in two Brilliant Pie vs The !*? rf^rmance will Cf>mrn- iich with f-TILL WATBrtSltrN UEKP. 1 he Performance ?ill terminate with I1LACKKI) EYED bi:san. THURSDAV. on v timeofthe R?*autiral Coai?Wy of LONDON AS-SUKANCK. PORO'I NEW ~THI?AT?ltr~ Ti>nt/i street, above fenruyloania avenue. THIS kAENfNa, JOHN K. MeDONoDOH. 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