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W. D.WALLAt H. KdiUr ?nil Pr?prlel*r. WA8HINOTOH CITY : FRIDAY iluVENBEft 1-, 1S04. ?7* READING MATTER ON EVERY PAGE. Bll OUTSIDE FOR INTERESTING T1L>* GRAPHIC AND OTHER MATTER. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Disrvvrry of Immrnw Fraudson the Reve nue Department. Boston, Not. I*.?The Advertiser contains the following special dispatch: Washington Not. 17.?The reTenue officers ol the ?th Congressional district ot New York haTe just discovered frauds of the most stu pendous kind, involving three of the largest breweries in the country. The proprietors haTe been arrested. The brewpries, with all their Appurtenances, as well *3 the stock on band, have been seized. The aggregate value of the property is not less than one million dollars, all of which will be confiscated if the case is made out against the offenders, one half of the proceeds of the property wiw go to the persons discovering the fraud. Th* parties have been distilling for a lone time without making any returns and without paying any taxes. ([7* Shillington, Odeon Building, sends us the December number of Madame Demorest's popular "Mirror of Fashions.'' Also, Mr. Wood's last novel, "Oswald dray,'* published in handsome style by Peterson Jc Bros., Philadelphia. Nbw Sohg.?"Write a Letter to my Mother," very pre*'y, just received from John F. Fllis, 3(6 Pennsylvania avenue. Financial.?The New York Evening Post says: The fl uctuations in gold to-day have been un usually violent. Opening at'J39, it fell to t-'lS ^, and alter various spasmodic movements the ! price closed at T21 \ . The lean market is ea6y at 7 per cent. Com mercial paper is dull, and very little is offering. The rates ?ire 7^al'i. The stock market opened liverish, became heavy and closed steady. Governments are very active. The interest coupons on the sixes of 1SS1, due 1st January, 1-65, will to morrow begin to be paid at the Sub-Treasury. The Comm>rcial Advertiser says : The stock market coutinues weak and de pressed. There is a very perceptible waning of the speculatiTe movement, and the preva lent disposition is to sell. At this morning's board there was an increase of "short" trans actions. under an impression that a fall is lm- j minefct The intimations that Congress is likely to at tempt some measures for counteracting the up ward tendency of gold, and the expectations that Gen. Sherman's secret movement will de- ; Telop some important results, keep the market in suspense, and prevent any combinations for an advance, so generally expected to follow the election. Hkavt Korokkikh in Nbw York?On Wednesday, one of the most extensive and successful series ot forgeries that have been perpetrated in this country for many years was partially developed in New Vork. Thus far there has been but oue complaint made, viz: A ch??ck purporting to have been drawn by Mr Iiichaid Lathrop, of the firm of Lathrop, I.udnigion & Co, whereby the Bank of Com merce. of New York, was swindled out of more than ?;>.?,0M>. Four ol the notorious gang of forgers have been arrested Their names are Waiter Pattfrson. Michael O'Brien, brother of tLe celebrated female counterleiter, Honora Shepard: Ira Garadier, alias Oarside, aud Geo. F. Coughlm. The latter has turned State's ev idence Several other banks have been heavily defrauded by them, and it would seem that they have extended their operations to the cities ol Newark, Baltimore, Washington, Jer sey City, Scranton, Albany, Troy, and tb? barks af other towns. It is supposed that these parties are the same who so successfully swindled several ofthebanksof Baltimore last week with forged checks upon several of its busine s men Rkrtonation ok a Statk Sknator.?Wm. holland, Fsq , tne Democratic Senator elect from I?orcbe>ter county, Md., has resigned his seat. In his letter ot resignation to Governor Bradford, he says "Circumstances beyond my control will make it extremely inconve nient for me to serve in that capacity." In bis card to the voters of Dorchester connty, Mr Holland says I**- resignation "is owing to circumstances or a domestic character, which are beyond his control." This resig nation of Mr H is important, from the fact that the Democrats had carried the Senate by a maiority of two, ai d should a member of the opposite party be chosen in his place, the Lieutenant Governor, under the new consti tution, would have the casting vote?HaU.Sun ATTENTION. VIFTII WARD -A mas LKJ? m'-etinifcf the citizens ot the Fifth Ward will beheld at Langley's H^ll. corner of 3d street sad i'a avenue, next TUKSDAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock, for the purpe?e of forming an association to relieve the Warl of a further draft, nov 18 4t TV^5=?THK LADIE* OF ST PAUL'S ENGLISH J LUTHERAN OHURCB will hold a FES TIVAL in the Lecture Ro' m of the church, corner *f H and Uth htreets. comro-nciot; TUKSDAY, November 22d. ard continue four nights, for the benevt of the Pr testantOrphan Asvluin. Admission, 15 cents: Season Ticket, one person, & cent*. Season Ticket, family. *1. nov 13 7t ry^=?FODNDRY CHURCH FAiR IS NOW IN LL3 progress at Odd Felloes'Hall, for th< pur enM- of aiding to raise funds for the completion of the new Church. Public are invito! to ntt.-n'l. nov 17 tt* heoefit of St. Vin A"ylum will open the corner of I"th and G aireets. and will he continued during this and the ensuing week. The public are earnestly invited. nov 1 -1 f i [Y^p-PARTIES. BALLS. WEDDINU8-SHaT U_? FIELD'S Confectionery, Ladies' Dining f-alonn, Sirth street. I am now prepared to furnish, in the best F.ench style, an t my own superiotendence, Parties, Weddings, and o^her en- 1 tertainroents . in most reasonable terms. The best French Confectionery alwavs on hand. Private , Dim.ers and Suppers famished at my Siloon. Country Orders and Parties attended to in the : shortest notice. Ice Cream and Water Ice ma le by steam power, in plain and fancy moulds, for Parties. Dinners. nov 12-lin* fV-FAIR ?A Fair for H e bei il S cent's Female Orphan A? THIS (Tuesday) EVENING at tt ..J tl a- - ? -4 ?ill v. (CABBAGE AND TURNIPS-A few thousand > CABBAGE a? ? bushels TURN I PS for sale cheap. Apply at 333 11th ?t. _nov|^2t- WM. P. pgrRY. AS STO\ E8-GA8 STOVES. The best and m^?t economical GA3 HEXTING E:? eur in the market, nst received )>> R C JOHNSON A CtJ.. Successors to J . L Savage i. ov is 6t Pa ave.. bet ween i*th an i inth sti UT AEMTNftTON I FUEL ASPOCIATION. Subscription* for ti'st cargo tilled. Payment to be irate on Friday evening. B< oks open for second cargo, (to follow immedi ately. I at the same ra'e. .j|t> 6 ' per ton 0:Tce, 600 7th street, next door to Ballantvne's B' okstore. Open from 12 to 5 p. m nol> lw* I^ID GLOVES, RIDGLOYES. LADIE3 STITCHED KID GL0\ E9. Super (Quality, On!* 9''.25 ft-r pair, , ? at MAXWELL'S. ! ' K1' H \ R WORSTEDS. ZEPHYR W0K8TEDS. C:?sing out a lot of zephyr worsteds. at cents per ounce, or three r u aces for fl. at MAXWELLS. Depot of Fancy Goads, ' *v 1' fit 3'tm Pennsylvania avenue. DNEW MUSIC HOOKS R LOWELL MA.-ON S NEW ilU8IC BOOKS FOR SCHOOLS are n wreadv: THE SONG GAR DEN.FIheT H4.uK. Fric? .'-cent-. THE SONG GARDE.N, ^ECONU BOOK. Price 75 cent-. Each complete idliUelf To he followed hy TH E SONG G ARDEN . T [i I HI BOOK ae sc n a? read* ? MB i*-KADtJURY'8 NEW BOOK FOR PINT. 1NG 81 BOOL8 AND ('HOIKS. TBE KEY NOTE, anew collection of Church Music. Pric# fl S". No comnjendation neresaary of new books by miiiical authors of su. h wide reputation, whose previ??o8 worK* in tn?-^ ^partTnerits have b?en werj mup hmore sacaei^ful anl to polar tban those of c>th?r author?. Specimen h? boaii post-pa d for the prices "."?k ^^'' maBO.I BB8TU?E?.To,t \ t/OR SALE?A good BAGATELLE TABLE. In r quire at 37 4 7th street. Island. nov 17 ;u? HAY.-About .15 tons of bent HAY for sale, near an excellent road to the city, about ei<ht m >? out. iDquir*- at Look Old Field*. Prior? Georfftt's connty. Md., at Mr. EOBK\ ^ ? ore. er address Mr. Robey there. nov 17-at A FOR SALE ? PAIR OF CARRIAGE HORSES. They are ioub(. sound well broken, and about IS>* hands high, also, two Carriages and Har ness. Apply to M BLAIR, at'V 17 St No. C President's Square. t 'RAND OPENING CF FALL AND WINTER CLOAKS, of our own Mannfaotare. We shall op-n this dav Jjifl Black and Colorsd CLOAKS, for Ladles' and Miss s\ at preeent man ufacturer'' prices. LANSBURQ A BRO., 371 and 373 Seventh street, aov 17-lw" 3d door above I st. LATE SOUTHERN NEWS. Speculation about Shermat. We have received Richmond papers of last Tuesday, from which we make the following extracts, remarking that they are very barren of war news: [From the Richmond Enquirer, Not. 15.J The News?Evacuation of Washington, N. C. We understand that our troops evacuated the town of Washington on Wednesday last, and it was occupied by the enemy perhaps on the fame day. No advance in any other direction is apprehended at present. Our forces fell back from Plymouth to a point on the Roanoke river to watch the enemy's movements.? Sa leigh Conffdtrate. All About Sherman. [From the Richmond Examiner, Nov. 15.J No doubt iemains but that the military authorities of the enemy desired to conceal the New York papers of the 10th instant, or that the reason of their intention to do so was the statement contained therein of Sherman's move ments. In the papers of the 12th, which they have permitted to pass, is a careful suppres sion of distinct statements in the usual sum maries of news. But the writer of an editorial in the Herald has divulged the whole story in the concluding paragraph of a long article, which probably escaped their notice. Accord ing to this writer the movement of Sherman is the result of orders from Grant, and is part of a concocted campaign, based op the stunning speeches, of I>avis at Macon, Augusta, dec. In these speeches, they maintain, the Con federate President gave authentic information of the military situation; told where the pow der mills, Ac., were situated, where the rebel armies were going; and developed the fact that the country south of Atlanta was defence less. On their data Sherman and Graut have concerted their plans. Sherman is the sword to be plunged into the "victim," while Grant and Thomas hold it still, and "away goes Sherman" on to Augusta and then to Charles ton. Sherman, indeed, has an inclination to the "movable column;" he tried it and failed last winter in Mississippi, and failed liecause the great Forrest was at hai d. Who will manage him In Georgia and the Carolina* if he frit s there, is cot for us to say; but it is likely enough that he will find lions in his path. But what if this story is simply untrue ? Intormatlon of another character leads to the belief that Sherman has uot "marched tor Charlestou," nor even for Augusta, but that he is concentrating the best part of his army at Bridgeport. Thomas is certainly collecting his forces at Pulaski, in Tennessee, ai-.d the idea of these Generals appears to be that one shall check Hood s advance while the other intercepts hie retreat. This design appears sufficiently interesting, and its promise at. tractive enough to distract Sherman away from those grand prospects opened to him by the press of New York. If any army is march ing on Augusta from Atlanta it must be a small one, and until we shall hear positively, lrom Southern sources that such an advance is being made, we shall continue to be incred ulous about the news. a o K I DWELL A SON. DR i e <: is TS. W M Successors of Kidwell A Lawrence, M P'.nn*ylran ><1 avenue, tieir corner lit/i .\rrtei. Hiving completed tl is elegant and extensive DRUG ESTABLISHMENT, oiler superior facilities to the residents of Wash ington and public generally for obtaining f RESIT DRUGS. CHEMICALS. PERFUMERY and FANCY ARTICLES, MEDICINAL WATER, Ac. The ebje< t of the proprietors is to supply the de ficiency long felt by the citizens of Washington ? of a fir-t class Drugstore. Our arrangements fur compon-ling Ph vsi< ians" Pres'-tiptions are so per fected as to meet the entire approval of the faculty. KIDWELL A SON, nov 18- 1m Chemists anl Druggists. Marini s fashionable DANCING ACADEMY. PROF. MARINI wishes to inform his nu merous friend* and the pub'ic in general, that his Second (Juartrr will commence '?u , THURSDAV. December 1st. ' Days and Horns of Tuition ?For Ladies, Miss es anl Masters?Tuesdays. Thursdays and Fridays, from 3 to5 p. 111. For Gentleman?Tuesdays, Thurs days ard Saturdays, from S to 10 p. m Privat" les boos given at anytime de?ired. Fo r particulars please call at the Academv daring echeol hoar*, or address by mail. nov 13-lna RDNA1TCK AND ARMOR: embracing Deocrip lions of European and American Uans for Naval, S?a Coast, anl Irorclad Warfare, aid their Ritling Projectile? and Br?e<-h-loadi ng. Also, Experiments against Armor, with an Appendix on Gun Co'ton, Hooped Guns, Ac.. Ac. Ry Alexander L Holier, 1 vol., svo. with 4r?* illustration* nov 17 FRANUK TAYLOR. JUST RECEIVED. FROM NEW YORK, A large lot of Ladies and Misses FELT IIATS. nntrimir ed, in alt the new shapes. Selling for #t.5o worfh extra tine, ?2 5'> worth ?l. At the New York Millinery Ro >ms. No. 4, Market Spa e. nov 17 Iw* up stairs, first floor. ^ JOB OUSEMOYING. Proposals will be received for moving House No.l. at Keidall Green, along Village street a few bundrei yarls.to Lot No. 9, near the rail road. Proposals will also be received for tali ing down P.vd House and putting it np again en bot No. n. Add?e?s A. KENDALL through the Washington Post Office. nov 17 1 w 1 RAND RUSn FOR BARGAINS*" 1 TO LANSBURGH A BRO.'S BALTIMORE BARGAIN STORES, 371 and 37.> 7th St., three doors above I. 7 00 pieces Bleached and Brown Cottons, war ranted t? be ten rente a yard cheaper than any ?tber place in the citv l,t>00 pieces beautiful Calicoes of the latest styles, seme very goed at 25 cents. "?O pieces finest quality French Merinoes and Reps of all the new shades, from auction with a msgnific-nt assortment of all other kinds of Dross G"ods suitable for fall and w inter. Also, a smaH lot of tine Irish Linen, slightly 1 damaged, at 75 cents, worth J 1.2j a yard. ncv 17-lw* ! hoots and shoes. ffP OLD PRICES AGAIN ! fW BOOTS AND SHOES AT REDUCED RATES Having n large stock of all the various kinds of Roots and Shoes on hand, and winhmg to reduce the came, we have therefore reduce! the prices, and are now celling Ladies Heeled Congress Gai ters at worth >1 SO; Ladies Sewed Morocco Beots at .?'1 f.?, worth ?2 tO: La'lies High-cat Opera Gait. rr-. 9"; Boys Copper-tipped Shoes at $1, worth f'J; Children's Shoes. 2o c>nts, worth r? ; Men's Heavy Walking Boots. .$.! V>. wi-r'h f '.; Men's Shoes, nigh cut Balmorals. $2, worth .V); and all kinds of oth^-r Goods, at prices to corres pond. TRUNKS. VALISES AND CARPET BAGS. AT COST. Sutlers and dealers supplied with Calf aud Gram CAVALRY BOOTS, at New York prices, at HELLER A CO 3, 492 7th street. nov 17-'"'t' 4 doors above Odd Fellow ? Hal.. ' *W MUSIC JUST ISSUED by LEE A WALKER. 722 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. NO ONE TO LOVE; Grande Fantasia Varie; _ Composed >>v Kich'd HotTaan: price rl.Of* THE MOCKING BIRD. Tr inscription; com Sosed by Rirh'd Hoffman l.'O CHILDREN'S WRKaTH, five Progres sive l'i"ces,for the Piano. byE. Mack;eac!i 3u Also Complete copy - 1 (XI MUSICAL MANUAL, by Prof Hood ? . A valuable Hand Book for Teachers and Pupils, with clear ana simple explanations; a most ex cellent book. The above pieces are new and beautiful and ex ceedingly popular. The Manual is an excellent sub-titute for the Musical Catechism, being more explanatory. They will be sent by mail on receipt of marked price LEE A WALKER no!7 -t 7 a 2 Chestnut St., Philadelphia ( N B OYS AND CHILDREN'S OVJIR COATS. I DRESS and SCHOOL SUITS fine and medium quality at low prices. We have just received a large assortmsnt of Ikivs and Children's Clothing of the most desirable st> les and qualities which we offer at the lowest prices WALL. ST1PI1ENS. A 00 , pov 11 2w if [Intel! 322 Pa av_ ANTI SLAVERY MEASURES IN C0NGRE3S By Henry Wi son The Merchant Mechanic. A Tale of " New England Athens " By Ilenry A. Howe. Gunshot Wounds and other Injuries of Nerves. By Doctors Mitchell, Morehouse, and dot I'i FRANCK TAYLOR. JJECORATED TOILET hETS. ^ Our importation of D100BATBD TOILET 8KTS exceed in finish and beauty of de(igns any goo ls of tie kind ever brought to tbiscity. We invite tb? public to inspect them, as well as our .Wk ?I Importers of House-furnishin* Goods, 31b Iron Hall. Pennsylvania aveaue. nov 16-rtt between 9th and loth sts. RENT8 AND OTHER COLLECTIONS prompt ly made; Books poeted; Bills and Accouuts made out and rend?red. Apply in the evening, to A. MORRIS, **1 Market street. nor H-6t* Georgetown, D. C. V1 N10N HOTEL, Corner Bridge and Washington sts., . .. Oeorgetown, D. C. established Hotel si now open to receive ???<?..* *md ?trangtrs. First class board at H.50 ne ll lm* |%|Ra. GKORQk SMITH, tl . , . , DRE8SMAKIR, Wishes to inform the ladies of Washington that she has removed from ?5? 13th street to 534 New JVWTVTe- atfew<,0?" ?outhor the Capitol, where she hopes to see all her former cu.tomers, and a* many new ones as wjii fitTor h#f with a call. Blie is prepared to fulfil orders with neatness and dispatch, nov 12-tt* LOST AND FOUND. ^ t A REWARD.?Lost.on the 3d of Aujmt. t S? 1 "SOLDIER'S DISCS ARGB, belonging to G Gaseenbeimer. The honest finder will g?t the above reward by returning th? un? to 3**i 7t& street. nor 13-Jt* STRAYED AWAY, on Saturday afternoon. nor 12th. a bla-k and white SPAN IKL DOG Are ward will be given for him, or information where be ran be fonnd. WM 1! AYES no 18-3t* 30* 8th street, bet L and M. LOST?On the evening of the 18th instant be tween Treasury Decartment and Navv Yar.1 a lady's GOLD WATCH and CHAIN; attached to the chain were two charms, a heart and locket An* person retiming the same, or giving infor mation that will lead to the recovery, will be Bait ably rewtrded by the subscriber. Room No 3 Register's Office, Treasury Department. jt? ' QH\ REWARD?Lost onthe loth inst., a small vi" MU/F near the Convant. Georgetown. BBN.r. BEALL. _nol/^3t 30S Pa. av? Wa'hington city. Monday morning, a small red * COW and a large white, speckled COW; on avenue, between 1st and 2d its.? MRS. LYNCH. A liberal reward will be given for their recovery. noy 17-3t* CAM* TO MY PRBMISE8. on Monday, Novem ber 14th, a white and red COW, speckled, and crooked horns. The owner is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take her *W*T. C. KNATZ nov 16-3t* First ToIIgate, on 7th st ?"???. Monday morning, , COWS, one a white cow, with brown spots and the other a brown cow. The owner is re quested to come forward, prove property, par charges and take them away, at the corner of 3d and M streets north. "Q 0. HBITMULLER. ? 1II REWARD.?I will give the above reward $ JIIvbobm0?" to th' N?3i0,nc*J notPl Stables of a HA 1 HORSB, five years old, 15 hands hi^h t,, gether with McCfellan saddle and bridle. Vhieh was hired to a soldier on Saturday. Nov. 12th. and Dfttreturned. no 16-3J^ CIIAS. A. MURPHY. Agt (PAME ON THE PRBMISB8 oc-upied as Col" ,V ored Home, in Georgetown. D. C.. N..v 14 Aret lC03V8~.nKn^-whtte an(i one red, with' Jin^ec?Lbi%Ck,Wlth The owners are requested to prove property, pay charges and take Inem away. po VAUOHAN * HARDV. I\fASBINGTON COUNTY. t w District of Coi.umr'a, To wit ? of the count* of Washington, and District afo'esaid. do n?el>v certify that I have taken an OXEN, which I fvS^jd Trespassing on mv premises on the l4t h day of No vember 18^4. Said Ox is black and white spotted. !wu horn*, and of ordinary aiz*. The owner of the above described Oxen is re ?J'lested to come forward, prove property, pay char<?0s. And take him away. Signed this 15th day of NovemVr nov 16 3t* NIMROD FARR. HPAKEN UP-A SORREL HORSE. about fo.ir ? teen hands, with mane cropped off short Had on a GovernmePt Mdille, bridle, halter, and a red artillery blanket. The owner is requested to convj forward, prove property, pav cbarees. and take lnm away M B 8CHENOK. nov 11 2w* Clerk at Central Guardhonse. PERSONAL. 4 ? R ??* JKRRy McRIBBBN.-JERRY . McKIBBEN. of Philadelphia, who was im ?"kD'? circulating spurious Lincoln tickets ?" , *he Potomac, was released to-dav n ' ai , ?n_ .be representation of some gentlemen "71 ; , rV Fr.*-. *'e admits his guilt and will L",' , tried by a military commission."? rht/i. Inquirer. The above statement of the Washington cor respondent of the Philadelphia Inquirer is a posi tive falsehood in everv respect. nov lS-2t* JOS. C. McKIBBEN. 'THE SOLDIER THAT CAME FROM the Guard" ? nonse on Sunday morning to 2^7 D street, will , ? 2t**ITe ^Car*'t'le landlady. DR. G. I. RICK" " PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ?? Stkf.ft North, kkt. Rth \n*i>7thSts, Ufrce Honrs?From 8 to In a.m. from 1 to 3 p. ro.; from 4 to 9 p. m. noy 17-lm* TK S, V WILLET IS IN WASHINGTON. IIE a will please come and ta'>*e liis horse rthj from o my stable, ss I have no further n-e for him. nor li; 3t* EDM'D J. LYNCH. K?/R first class PHOTOGRAPHIC ? LLhR 1 doing a large business One of the oldest establishments in the citv. and best ar ranged?2*!* Pa. av., corner of 11th st. no 16-3t* _ A. (r SLAGLE. DR. BACKER, THE MOST WONDERFUL-As trologer. No. 47f> ith street, between D and E. (up stairs) wbo. gives full and thorough infor motion concerning all affairs through life with and in regard to Health. Wealth, and Marriage, Lore A flairs..Tourneys. Lew Huit-s, Absent Friends, , ichh??p nnd Heath. Dr Backer can beconsnlted from 7 In the Morning tiil 8 in the Evening r r.v 4-2w* BOARDING. 1 _n\o 1'LEABANT FURNISHED UOOM3.COM ? mnn.eating with Board, at 131 West street. Georgetown. D^C. nov 11 2w* ROABDINd ?Several fine Rooms, with first ? * eiass Board, can be secured hv application at ;! ? in rear of Patent Office. Also, a few i able Boarders can be accommodated. nol7 St* 'ft RENT WITH BOARD?In the spacious I r.onse 339 I between 13th and lith streets, opposite Jranklin Square, two lare and two small BBD ROOMS, with parlor, Ac. Private uining room if desired. nov 16 3t* 'IMVOGENTLEMBNCAN I:e7cOOMMODATBD " with BOARD and a plensant front room at No 17 1st st., Georgetown, B. C. References re qmred. no 15 eo3t* BALLS, PARTIES, &c. nA'lV ROt-ND THE FLAG -The Gil AN D BALL in honor of Lin coln and Johnson to l>e given at TEMr*P.AMr-K H a l I., oil TUESDAY E\ENING, No vember 22d. 1364. ? . MlJlflFIS. Msjar J. E. Allen. Thad. L Downs. Capt. John Bamsay, Sylvester F. Thomas, Capt. W A Kirk, M. Ifoltzman, Cap*. John PritcharJ, Jos. Fnllner. Capt 7.. DeBow. (;P0. W. Gilss, 5ap ? i,\ Trimble, Jas Reynolds, Capt. Vim. C Burger. J. H. Thomas, Cnpt. J. H. WilFon, Jor. Guy ton, Lieut. SamT J House, J. (J. Dance. Lient. Robt Sitnms, O. W. Stanley, Lieut. J Frarciscoe, Jas McCollough, Lient. Ron. Sire, J Mitchler. Se*g't J . D . McCauley, Wm P Gilmf're. SergtWnvH.KoH, J. W. Weaver, Serg't B Wnod. J Ay ton. Serg t D. M. Wheeler, Wm. K Miller. Corp'l Eckert. John Mitchel. Ticket- > an b<- had of ap* of the Manager0. Th? celebrated Prof J. Win. Kreishas been engaged a-'master of cert-monies. The uiieqa^led bin 1 of tl;e t?th regiment Veteran Reserve Corps Circle Square, has been ??ngaged. So. yon can just ?roui is? vourself a gay aod happy time. The conjniitt<-e !>aw- >pared no pains or expense to make this the most brillisnt ball of the season. Tickets TWO DOLLARS, admitting a gentleman ard ladies. nov 17-3t* rpiTE FENIAN BROTHERHOOD WILL GIVE ? their sixth T.RAND BALL on MONDAY am E\ ENING, November 21st, at Temperance Hall. An excellent bra^s and string band m will he in attendance. Tickets fi. admitting '*-~w a gt-ntlemin and ladies; can be had at the store of James Lackey, merchant tailor, 7th st., opposite the Post Office, or of anv of the members. Fioor Mamcers ?Matbew Ryan, J. D. O'Con nell. Michael HaManan, James Rvan. Jeremiah O'Brien Jamas Barrett. rov 16-flt rr HIRD GRAND BALL I OK Till AWKWARD CLUB Will b? given at Island Hall, corner of t'th and D arret ts, on MONDAY, fov 21st. lift;4. for the b.-nefit of JAME8 WILLIAMS, who was drat'fed in the Seventh Ward. No disreputa ble_characters allowed in the room. , Committee o.i Arrangfrnfn'*. ? C. F. Tucker, J. Hombes, A. Bishop. W. Sheets, B. Uixon, 0. Fletcher. C. Reece, W. Burdine, G. Barkman. nov 11 eo4t* A and D A j^jARINI'S FASHIONABLE DANCING ACAD TEMPERANCE HALL, ? K Ftreet, between 9th and ltfth stfl. ITB This Academy is now open for the reception of pupils. ? _ ? Datp or Tcitto* f"f LMiM, Misses and Masters ? Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays, from 3 to 6 p.m. ventieroan a Class?Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, from 8 to in p. m. i hose desirous of joining may do so by applying at the Academy during school hours. Quarter commencing on entry. oc 8 M. WILLIAN, T M P n u t p n ?Mh i CitpeaWTi8e ? n,?htCe>!rw^*.n?T K00d! bTalmost ?Tery?teamer, and pas always a largf stock or the Bneat and mosi TSl.tti0/ Hia siock is composed Int. l ^ niSdr,ll i0lo,k'' Ladies Undergar MiiUniJV ro?H0d8' a >art'? ana fine selection of r.Hthlr* Bonnets. Hats, Flowers, Dr^s ?'d rin;?,ClSpes' >elT?ts. Ribbons. eto? kL??! c Trimmings. Velvet Ribbons, hr.t-A ?Tonn? 8' PeJ,f?raerT. from the cele MWniiN^n,ODACh!,,1,t 4 Co .Paris, ci,. on>y merchant in thi? J'Hf* goods, goes for selections him Lhn his agent residing in Paiis, who sends him Nouveautes as soon as they make their appearance, ia therefore prepared to pleaaa the most fastidious tastes. F y nov 3 3mif F ?r M n ^ 1SrTf"Jlnitv ? ?ue Y BLLOWTlN BOOL mf i\iiu ? 10 inches wide. Apply at.4db H st. oc 14-?otf DOUBLE THICK] DOUBLE THIOk HOTBL AND REST AURANT KlCBPitRS NOTICE - We ha ve just imported and now opening a largestock of DOuBLB-THrrir rm BRY WARE, .specially adapfed to you? use. Goods delivered in any part of the elt* fr?? of charge, and at less than Sew York price.' ^ B?TBLBR 4 sow. <im y tl")"n'?-furnishing Store, no* 1* eo?t Hall,.Pennsylvania avenue, _ at)T *ogt between 9th and 10th sts. Hais and fttrs Yr'"'b" and Bovs, Ladies. Misses, ?xiu UbilflrfD, is tv^ry variety. PrioaS** ,t)r,M and fine8t <>nallt>?s. lowest Market BO li 1. ^1^2 ?H* 8TIN *M*TZ. no u lw 334 Pa avM nemr Ul|| ,t. 4 O'CI-OCK P. M. GOVERNMENT SECURITIES. Jay Cooke 4t Co. furnish the foils wing quo tations of Government securities : Wabhihstoh, Not. 1-. 1364. Buying. Selling. P. S. 6's Coupon 1891 110 111 U. S. 5-2t)'s 103 % lt?4 7 3-10 Treasury Notes ? ? Cne Year Certificates #6 #6V Certificate Checks.... ?:% ? ' Nbw York?First Board. Coupons 1101,; 5-S0-?, 103; Certificates, 96\; Gold, SIT*. SHERMAN. We notice that the Chronicle and other of oar cotemporaries in treating upon the reported movement of Sherman in the Cotton States* theorize upon the probabiliti s ol his being able to liberate the large number of prisocers they state as being at Andersonville. South Carolina. Some of tbem accordingly plan out a campaign for him, having for its purpose a march to Andersonville and tbe liberation of those prisoners, the organization of Federal authority, civil and military, in western North Carolina, after which the capture of Wilming ton and then a movement upon Richmond in co-operation with Grant. These papers do not seem to be aware that the Union prisoners were removed Irorn Andersonville some time since. When Sherman captured Atlanta they were hastily removed from Andersonville and scat tered at various points, Savannah, Charleston' and elsewhere lest Sherman should take a fancy to send a raiding expedition to Ander sonville to liberate them. Alfred Underkirk, a member of the 1st L?. C. cavalry, captured in May last in the fighting below Petersburg, and who was sent to Andersonville. and after wards (at the time of the rebel scare) sent to Savannah, and made his escape by jumping from a prisoner train going out of Sa\annab and whose arrival In this city we have no-' ticed. reports that the rebels have now located their main prison not at Andersonville, but at Millen, Georgia, a point at the junction of the 1 Georgia Central Kailroad and the Savannah and Augusta Railroad, about 60 miles from Savannah, 60 from Augusta, and 90 from Mil ledgeville. At this point they have now gathered some -'5,000 Union prisoners?a very tempting little inducement for Sherraan'to pay Millen a visit, supposing him to be really making the bold advance towards salt water report assigns to him. Furthermore. Millen is on the direct line to be taken by Sherman, supposing him to be aiming?not at Charleston, or Mobile, or Wil mington?but at Savannah. A glance at the map will show that Savannah is the nearest point on the coast Sherman could reach from ^Atlanta; and Onderkirk's statements, as well as others, go to show that Savannah is more weakly defended on the land side than are either Charleston or Mobile, which places have been strongly fortified heretofore on the laud sidp, in anticipation of attack in that direction lriim our land forces. Onderkirk states, too, that Savannah was jrery weakly delended?so much so that de tachments of marines from the vessels iu the harbor were compelled to do shore guard-duty every third night. The country, too, traveled by "Onderkirk on foot from Savannah to Atlan ta presented no serious obstacles to a military movement, the country being level and the streams shallow, for the most part. The conn try, too, was amply stocked with sweet pota toes, corn and peassuffleient to sustain an army moving rapidly ihrough. This line of march would take Sherman di rectly through the district where the rebels have stored millions of bales of cotton, and would enable him to pay attention to the im mense macufactories for cannon, small arms, powder, locomotives, &c., at Macon, Colum bus and Augusta, which afford the main sup ply at this time for rebeldom. Sherman, start ing with GO days' provisions, eked out by supplies obtained on the road, could perform this work and reach tide-water via Savannah probably without encountering any obstacles that his daring genius could not overcome. But he would not be in plight after such a march, aad would not be provisioned suf ficiently to enable him to sit down to the siege of cities delended on all sides like Charleston and Mobile. The other programme allotted to him by some of our cotemporaries of a march through upper North Carolina (pausing to establish a govern ment) to Wilmington, and then northward, is too impracticable, lrom its length ol march and the impossibility of provisioning an army, to have probability. The weight of presumption, then, is that if Sherman has really entered upon a move ment to the seacoast, he is heading towards Savannah?there or thereabouts. LATEST FROM RICHMOND. Richmond papers of the loth (Wednesday last) are in town. They do not seem posted yet as to Sherman's movements, but state that "it is reported" that Sherman left Atlanta on Mon day, and was advancing upon Selma, Georgia. They incline to the idea that Sherman's aim is Mobile, but they seem to found this supposition upon some movement of our transports, rather than from anything thsy seem to know in re gard to Sherman's plans as indicated by his movements. Till OFITCKRS Ol' THE I'TRATE FLORIDA. The eleven officers of the pirate Florida, brought to this city a few days ago, were re turned to General Barnes at Point lookout this morning, under charge of Laeut. McKeever and eight men of the !)th regiment Veteran Re serve Corps. The prisoners will be held at Point Lookout subject to the order ol the naval au thorities. RESPITED. Charles Williams, of the 3nth regiment of U. S. colored troops, who was to have been hung at the Old Capitol to-day for shooting and killing an unknown colored woman at Camp Casey, nvar Washington, ou the 11th of last September, has been respited by President Lincoln until to-day a week. Williams was tried in this city by a court martial of which Lieut. Colonel Cartwright is president, and sentenced to be huug by the Leek until dead on the eighteenth of No vember. The sentence was duly ap proved bv the proper authorities, and was read to Williams yesterday, which he re ceived with but little outward signs of emo tion. lu considerationot the short time alio wed the prisoner to prepare to meet bis God, the Rev. Dr. Garnett, (colored,) and Superinten dent. Wood, called upon the President this morning to intercede in Williams behalf, and met with the success above stated. The prisoner admits having committed the deed, but says that he did It while in a beastly state of intoxication, and while he was uot aware of what he was doing. Fbrpohai..?We are happy to state that Sec retary Stanton is sufficiently recovered to be able to be at his office to-day, in the active resumption of his official duties. LOCAL NEWS. * Tub Hamilton Eastbr Cask?This case was resumed this morning at 10 o'clock, all the members of the Commission being present. Gov. Thos. Ford, ef Indiana, and A.G. Biddle, Esq., counsel for the defense, were also present, as also was Benry Hayes, phonographic re porter to the Commission. The following testimony was given for de. fense: Jonathan Lungmire, sworn.?I reside at Flat bush, Long Island; am doing business in New York: personally know James H. Easter; saw him in New York on the 7th September, 1661, about noon. (This evidence is introduced to contradict Pardon Worsley, who, in bis testimony at a former session of the Commission, testified that .lames H. Easter was in his store on the 7th of ol September, 1861, in Baltimore.] Jame? Stroihtr*, sworn.?I reside in New York; saw James H. Easter there on the 8th t^eptember; he came back on the 9th, and pur chased goods in tbe afternoon; witness' firm is of twenty-five years'standing; the character of tbe firm of Easter is good. Charlet At. Carptnter, sworn.?I reside In Brooklyn; am doing business in New York I am personally acquainted with James H. Easter; he was to New York on the Rta Sep. timber, about 11 a. m; witness' arm is of thirty years' standing; the firm of Hamilton Easter & (Jo. stands high with regard to char acter. A. G. Biddle, on the part of the defense, here read the written testimony of Alexander T. Stewart, of New York, which substantiated the good character of the firm of Hamilton Easter Sc Co. R. W. Cafcn, sworn.?I have resided in Bal timore 25 years; am personally acquainted with Jas. H. Easter; on the 6th of September started in company with Jas. H. Easter for New York. Archibald Sterling, sworn.?I reside in Balti more; have been there since my birth?66 vears; I am president of the Saving's Bank; I know both Mr. Hamilton Easter and Mr. Jae. H. Easter; no business men hold ft higher charac ter than the Easter firm in Baltimore; the j rivate character of Mr. Hamilton Easter is most excellent, as regards private life; I have known htm for 20 years; I have not been so long acquainted with Jas. H. Easter. By Judge Advocate.?Have yon ever heard anything about the loyalty of Hamilton Eeas ter ? Gov. Ford, counsel for defense, took exrep. tion to the question, and stated that the loyalty of the accused wis not Included in the charges, and held that the accused could not now be subjected to an examination on that subject. The Judge Advocate was of opinion that the fact of the firm being charged with aiding the enemy in the manner charged was sulfi-lent cause tor iu\estigating their loyalty; that the selling of goods to be conveyed Into the rebel lines, was an indication of disloyalty. The Conrt was then cleared to decide wheth er the Judge Advocate's question should be answered. On re-opening, the Court an nounced the question a proper one. The question was then again asked, and wit ness stated that he had heard that Mr. Easter's sympathies were with the South; that was the general impression in Baltimore. By defence;?I have heard this somrlor5 years since, have heard nothing recently; I do not think his disloyalty would induce him to do a disloyal act; I have never heard of Mr. H I Easter contributing anything for the benefit of i tne T'nion cause. t * By Judge Advocate;?I have never heard anything of Mr.Hamilton Easter raising a com pany lor the South, or of giving money in aid thereof. I consider Mr. Hamilton Easter, at tb? present time, a loyal man. John A. Held, sworn.?I resile in Baltimore and am engaged in the store of Hamilton Eas : ter Jc Co.; am what is called a store-walker? ! look atcer the store in general; there are three i lloors and basement tostore; flfty-eight to sixty I boys engaged; the amount of business done in [ the last week was about?t3,(><;0; explicit orders j were given that the orders should be all cor rect as to goods bought on permits; X am not sure that I should know Pardon Woreley; I I might know him as a man who had been In the j store; I have not seen the man sinco; I have j seen Mrs. Chancellor in the store; it w<?s the early part of October; I saw Mr. Waeden ap parently about to sell to these parties; I h<?ard them say they had permits for all they wished to purchase; the man made the remark. By Judge Advocate; It is my impression he said lie got the permits from the government; did not know the woman to be Mrs. Chancel lor; think I saw Worseley looking at flannel* and white goods, do not know that the/ did buy; our orders were to see all permits where goods nad to pass through the custom hon?e; also to be careful in regard to what was called contraband goods. By defense: James H. Easter had general oversight of the business: John Easter, .Tr . tad charge of the financial business; a great many customers had permits; it was not unusus.1 to have several permits in one day. James M. Fisher eworr..?I reside in Balli*. more; have resided there 13 years: have been in the employ of Hamilton Easter Ac Co. fcr the last 10 years; I had orders from Mr. James H. Easter to sell no goods to parties from place? of insurrection, without the proper permit. Wm P. Carmll sworn.?I reside in Balti. more; am clerk in store of Easter ic Co.; we had orders to sell no goods to parties without permits to be conveyed1 into insurrectionary districts. A Sad Cape ?Wednesday, when Justice Thompson was at the Second precinct station, several lespectable ladles applied to him in behalf of a child about two years old, which they said was in charge of a woman?not its mother?and which had been badly abused. i he Justice sent immediately for the woman and child, and upon examining it the state ment ot the ladies was fully confirmed. The child was bruised, and scratched, and its flesh lay in ridges from its hipe to its head. It is a very Interesting and pretty little girl, two and a half or three years old, and its lather or step lather is a soldier in the army. The mother being dead the father left the child in care of the woman with whom it was found and sent money to pay for its support while ho is at the trout. Justice Thompson determined that the child should be properly cared for, and or dered its detention at the station until he conld make an effort to have it taken iu charge by the ladies of the Protestant orphan asylum In the meantime the child was cared for by the patrolmen at the station, and became a pet It attracted the attention of Mr. John J. Heck, who hearing the circumstances immediately proposed to take the child and keep it until the father returns, and if he should never return to raise it as his own cbild. The proposition was assented to by the Superintendent ot po lice and Justice Thompson, and the child will be so disposed of until further inquiry can be made. The Drafted Men.?The following drafted men have reported to the Board of Enrollment to day: First Sub-District ?Martin O'Connor, now in service; S. P. Stewart, do.: Jerome Te Lette, erroneous enrollment; John F. Bond under age; John Johnson, physical disability; Altred Bell, accepted; James McGowan, physical disability; Samuel Eewis, do; John Oeorge, accepted; John Henry, furnished substitute. Second Sul'Diitrict. ? G. J. Goety, alien; < harles Garcia, detached in Navy Yard; Mc hendree Monlden, physical disability. hourth Sub-District.?Paul Gospel, erroneous enrollment: A. J. Hurdle, phvBical disability. r>fth Suh.District. ? Francis E Bovle. now in service: John Everly, lurnished substitute in June, 1n?4. Sixth Sub-Diitrict.?Barnard Karrand, er roneous enrollment. Seventh Sub-District.?Richard Lumbra/., ac cepted. Eleventh Sub-District.?Charles Olenv, ac cepted Twelfth Sub-District.?George Brown, phy sical disability; Richard Spnegs, and Benj. Watkins, accepted. The Maryland. Slaveholdhr^.?Some of the farmers of Mary land, since that State has become free, are devising various means of get ting rid of such of the elavt'sss have become aged and unfit for service. Yesterday after noon. the stage which arrived from Charles county, let out an old colored woman of over <!o years, at the corner ot lith and <> streets (Navy Yard.) aimed Charity Ann Canton.' She had r.o place to go to in this city, and Mrs Snillin, residing near by, gave her lodgings last night. She states that she belonged to a Mr. Dement, who put her on thestage, telling her that she would be taken care of. Officer Pierce was called on this morning, and aft?r hearing the storv the facts were reported to the military authorities, by whom she will proba bly be taken care of. A Branch Govkrn.mknt PRiSTrwo Office The building occupied by Lemuel Towers, as a job printing office, corner of Louisiana ave nue and Cth street, has been secured bv the Government as a braneh printing office, iu which will be printed the Supreme Cjut' work. A bent 25 compositors will be eagagel in the building for this purpose. Madison Mavis, Esq., has been selected as the foreman on the work which, by the way, is an excellent selection, 'l'he work will be commenced about the 1st of December. Police Avi-ointmentb.?The Police Com missioners yesterday made the following ap pointments Andrew Farrell Rich'd S Tav lor, Andrew Underwood, Sargent G. Groves and Greenbury Sibley to be patrolmen. Roundsman G. D. Harrison, of the ninth pre cinct, who was dismissed the force was re instated and assigned to duty in the eighth precinct. 6 Affair* In Georgetown. The Revival.?Tbe meetings at Congress street Church increase in interest. So farover sixty conversions have been reported, and pen itents are nightly appearing at the altar. The pastor, Rev. Daniel Bowers, who, by reason of ill health, has been prevented from taking as active part in the meeting recently as during the first month, is slowly recovering his strength, but is unable to participate in all the extrcises of the meetings, though presentat all. He is aided by tbe ministers ot sister denomi nations, as well ns by tbe itinerant and local clergy ot the Me hodist Protestant Church. The N?wMaek*t.?The workmen em ployed on tbe new market building are making con siderable progress with the walls. The sides have now reached the bighthof tbe first otory, and tbe north front, of press brick, is nearly that hightb, and indicates that the lront will make a very neat appearance when completed. There are yet many who object to the comple tion of tbe building, and it was suggested by marketers seriously, that It would be best to suspmd work upon the new building and es tablish a market in the building now tempor arily in use for that purpose. Tbe subject will probably receive (be attention of tbe Councils at tbeir next meeting. Tb? Cuotom-Hodb* awp Masters of Vma pels.?The officers of the custom .house are obliged to be very strict in requiring of mas ters of vessels compliance with the regula non? in every particular. Tbe neglect of mas ters to secure proper papers makes them liable to fines, which are strictly enforced. without partiality or favor. Yesterday morning t&.? masters of threa com tin* siboo tiers were ar rested by Deputy Collector Hilton, and ftced ?10 each for evading the revenue laws. Wed nesday the master of the steamer Oreyboand had to pay lor falling to have bis papers prop, erly endorsed. Masteis of vessels, whether in Government employ or the mercantile service, should be very careful to have their paper-, legally endorsed bv the proper officers. Floor asd Graik Mabkit.-Tbe boat Energetic arrived this morning with a cargo of flour and apples, and the E. I) Hartley with corn and flour to market. Sales bare not transpired. The market continues steady, without material chsnge of prices for flourauil gram. No transactions of importance re ported. Cabal.-Arrived?Boats John Moore. 17?, V .Moore and J. B.T urtpp. 4.11,19 tons coal to J. Heiston; G. W. McOulloch, 113 tons to i/Ti derinK B?y. 111.'5 tons to Midland Co.; W Darrow, A. Cbamberlin, J Bacon, HI tons to American Co.- J s McKee T J. Nunino,->->i>.ll tons to Consolidation Co. J T. Chaplin, I>avid Lynn, Vigilant, Diligent And Locv Martin, 665 tons to Hordfn rn w H. Barger. 112.19 tons to Central Co. Com'nii nipaw, 1?>9.3 tons to Cumberland Co F *D Hartley, corn and flour to market: Enerce'lo sundries toQeorge Waters; .1. Hetaer, wood tn market. Departed?Boats O. McCnlloch, l Hartley. Ellen and Vigilant, with salt to vari ous landings: and sixteen boats, light Poet of Georoktowi*.?Entered?Schooner Sarah K. Jones, Kieb. New York: Ida l>eiia, Torre. Fitchett. Cleared?Schooner Kli/a Ann, Maxwell, Philadelphia; Buchanan, Cillaban. do.; Hesperns, Abbott, Boston; J. P. I vorv, Segar. Nanjemoy: M .fane. Adams. St Mary-; Mary land, Foxwell, Britton's Bay; Elite, Wool ford, Havre-oe-ilrace: Federal HID, Wheeler, Por' Deposit; H CartofT, Abro, IHghton; Golden Eagle, Byrd, Annamessex; W CI. Thompson, Hand, Camden: Zion, Field, Sanlsbury: ?.|oops Terser. Thompson, St. Marrs; Native, Evans, Annamessex; America, Strong, Baltimore, boats (Jen Worth, Quander, Accotlnk. IVOR SALE?A small COTTAGE HOUSE. newly I built, with fine lot p--i ?? 3SI.JO. Apply to WILLIAM ROBERTSON. 1'ftto street, between 1* and Q streets. nov 19* 3t* ^OR 8ALE-OY8TER AND EATING HOT 8 with all tbe fixtures to Conk ?nd 8t*?m Orstera. It is in * good location. The r.'anon for n-lling is we can't airree in partnership It is <>n Maryland ?7..No.5JM, bet 9th and 10th st?. Fur particulars inquire on the premises. no 16 1 w" HORSES WANTID. ? I want :o purchase a number of pnor-conditi?ned VOUNd j BOUSES and MA RES fur parties North to winter. None wanted with mnxkr on of' any description. I imaKo purcha-ing Horses suitable for Gnv eminent use. or putting in Horses to Government for a commission. p.-rM'ns listing Horse* to sell will, I think, tind it to their alvmtage to calf. CHARLES A. MURPBV. A2?nt. National Hotel Stable", 6th street, an! WillardV B itel Stables. Hth stree b.tht 16 ltn* ODD PI E C ES <k rand p u ' N a . We have a large stock oi ODD PfF.C^"* BAND' CHINA. Housekeepers ami others Te?irous of tnstchirg snd completing their Dinner Fets, will fiml it greatly to their advantage to exaraine our 01>D 1'IECES, hs our pries are less than the same 8'tides can be imp-rted for. a laving to the pur e infer of at least fifty per cent C W. BoTKLEK .V SON. I mporters of China, Glass at>d Crockery Ware. ;ns Iron Hall, Penn. avenue, i "v ]6 eo3t between 9th and loth Bts 1 A DISS FURS I i FURS ! Great Bargains at J5-.1t* SEYMOUR'S, Oeorgeto-?n AUCTION! ~ AUCTION ! AUCTION:'! CA t"ET.<: BUGS" SHEEPSKIN MATS !! V have ja*t receive.1 another invoice of thoee AUCTION CARPETS, to icri *e call the special attention of consumer*. T1 ? are conceded hy all to he the cheapest C?r pe .ofa'inthe District during the la6t twelve mi hs. urge tod beautiful assortment of RU8SEL9 RUGS snd SHEEPSKIN MATS. 1 icb we are ottering at bargains. A full ?nd complete stock of OIL CLOTH. in new *od besutifiil des:*n-?. A call from all solicited. H. BONTZ. nov 15-ut 369 7tb street, near I. CHOICE FAi?;L STOCK, 4*6 PAPEBIIANGING8 4*6 Just opened, a beautiful assortment of Gold. Era broidered and medium priced Gilt pai-ers, Aiso. a varied and choice stock of Satin and Blank Papers. Borders, Stataes. Centre Pieces, Ac Orders for Paperbanginrs or Window Shades punctually executed in oityor country. Term* cash for goods and a or. 4<S6 OVAL PICTURE FRAMES. ^ The richest, hnnd'oirest and most varied stock of Gilt and Ds^lc Wood Oval Picture Frames in the District. These goods are warranted to be elided with goll leaf and of superior workman ship. A'so, a heantifsrl assertment of Ca'd Visit Frames of foreign and domestic manufacture. Afl goods warranted as represented WINDOW BHADES. 4S() Dirterent colors and sizes Window Shades in store. Orders for any reinired s'. yle or size Shade made to order^ picture cord and tassels. Ditlerent sires and colors Picture Cord and Tas sels, Rings. Nails. Ac. T CARD VISITS FRAMES. French Qilt. Swiss Carred wood, and American Composition Card Frames in variety. 486 pioidb'iI 4K(> A few choice Engravings and Paintings for sale at J. M ARKRITER'8, No. 4*6 Seventh street. 'Please remember tfre Nember. 4*?6. and the terai Cash for Goods and Labor. sep 17- imif* THE WORLD RENOWNED LAVA TIP COM fclNATION GAS BURNERS. Have at last been received, and are now on exhi bition and for ssle at No. 13 41* street,(one door below Dr. Sunderland's Church,! ir this city Their merits speak for themselves; a trial of these Burners will convice any and all persons ihst they are what I a* long been needed by the con sumers of gas in this city. They give you a clearer, softer,snd better light, at from ofteen to thirty and even forty per cent Irs* money th*n you are now paying for gas The Lava Tip is su?-h that it cannot corrode, then-fore always remtius clear and perfect. The combination of the Burner prevents any more gas from passing through it than is actually consumed. 1 world reRrectful'y solicit acall from all thosa interested, and examine for themselves iuto the respec:ive merits of the Burners. II. M. LAKE, nov 11 ?w* General Agent BE OLDEST HOTEL CONDUCTED ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN. Is enlarged to double its former capacity. EUROPEAN HOTEL. Corner Pa. ar. and IDA jr., Washington. D, C. This hotel, the oldest conducted on the European plan in this ciry, iasbeen enlarged andf improved in every way uecer-saty for the' accommodation of the increasicg guests Tfcankfui for the patronage already rec-ivtid, tL proprietor hojws that by attention to buaiDes-, we continue_ to r*reive patronage as heretofore. Guests will only beebarged with what they receive. C' arges are medeiate. oc 2b'-tf P. EMRICH, Proprietor. HYDE'S ELEMENTS OF fORTl FiC ATI9N - Lfcnd> ? Treat'.f>e on Fortification T >e Mod ern System of Fortification. Biuban's F1 r?t Sys tein of Fortification. Kiiuter'g Construction of K>eld Works Maban's Field FortiScation. nnm phrey's Modern System of Fortification. Sir How ard Dous'ason Fortifiration. Lend*'* Elements of Fortilicatiou. Col. Ander'on's Siege t?f Acre. Col. Del"-fleld'? Military Engineering of Europe. Duane's Manuel for Engineer Troops, nov 12 FRANl'K TAYLOR. IMPROVE TOU* ETE Isigkt b? the nse of tke eel-' ?brated Pibuls and Piaisoorie 8r?oraoLib, ant. yersally acknowledged as the best for Staibqti ??iho aid Paassaviao the Impaired lvasigbt. scientifically and oorrectly raited, br FRANELfN A OO., Opticians 844 Pennsylvania avenue, bet. Ink and Utk its., and S9S Pennsylvania avenue, under the National. FIELD GLA88E8. OPERA GLA88E8. MICRO SCOPES. THERMOMETERS, 8TEREOSCOPE8. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUM8, ckBT?8 DE VI8IT*? *?e&,B * ***** TM>i*tr'at lowest prices EMOVAL ? . ALLIOT, from Paris. late *ilS Pennsylvania avenue, near Willar4's Hotel, by expiration of lease will remcve and open ob October Juth, at No. 344 1 streat, near Grover'e Theatre. oc 13-lm* ?ireel MISSES ?'BRYAN, No. l.lOT Walnntetreet Philadelphia, have just receive* alarge and hivncfome assortment of FRENCH MIb-( LINEftT, to which the attention or the la-^ , dies is invited. Particular care given to orders. oc ll-ltn* DILL1ABD TABL18 FOB BALI .-Tke Bubeerl 15 ber Ear TBBE1 FIRST 0LABS . _ BILLIARD TABLES Marly aew, which he will dispose of very law. ?enire at the Billiard room, ooraer llth rtraataa* FaanMrlvaala eveaae. |aU-? FJ. HXIBXBGKBJ SrCCKSSOR TO H F. Loodoh t Co.. Aa ""SfeWfiMS**?"? "H r't>T 1 it Washington. D. 0. COAL. , COAL. just received, a cargo of the celebrated Lowberry (< r Larhuryi COAL, especially recommeoded for epen grates or stoves. 1 H. FCLLaB, nov ll-Iw* Corner of lith and K streets.