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a. XXIV. WASHINGTON. D. C . FRIDAY. DECEMBER 9. 1864. N*. 3.675.
AMUSEMENTS. CARTKRIDRT HALL. MUBIO t?AIs?BRBURY HALL.I AND B A LLjCANTB^UBY HALL.iTBBATBB LocniuiA Aviiua, JNar Conuf aj Sixth ttfMt, R*mr *f Natitnai m*4 Mttrowtxum Haul*. 0NMI Ui -j?ProprUtof JM? Bast Huum Loch ? Ballet Ma*t?T J 9bm MarrrTA , Mualoal DLrectoe nc HAS OOMB, HB HA8 COMB II R HAS COMB. H* UA8 COMB. TQNY past; TONY PA81 TONT PA* TUNY PA8T0*; TONY PASTOR, TONY PASTOR, US* LBTOR. TT?B 6RBAT 06M1C 8ING*B. TH* ORRAT OOMIO SINGER, /ROM 444 BROADWAY. N*W YDRK. VROM 444 BROADWAY, SBW YORK. Mr Paator is witbcot a rival in tho world. Qlt C?nii? Binging is superior to the late BAM. OOWILL. as4 hU Witticisms eioel those of TBB 6BRAT ARTRMEP WARD TONY PASTOR t? at an enormous salary. Mr. L?a Is de Ur?'s?ii i kat th? r?'ron? of t'a? 0*nterbar> ? h?11 **9 nil the best ta'ent in the country. MONEY NO OBJECT. First week of Mtl?? IDA PARKER, M188 MARY COLBON, and MISS IDA COL SON. Third wf?k or MXLB DESIRES M LLR D*S1R*E and MON8. MATHIBU A10N8. MATII1 BU, Pint week of the Berio-eomic Dram* oi TDK VICTIM, TUI VlCI IM THE VICTIM, Til* VICTIM, which has teen ia active preparation for th? M.?t four week*. m MI83 LAURA LB CLAIRB MIcfe LAURA LK CLAtKB miss lacka lb claire inker great character of JANK CHATTERLBV afterwuds ?he fc A RL OF RICHMOND ta which character she wiP execute a BROADSWORD OOMBAT BROADSWORD COM HAT BKOADSWORD COM RAT KROAtSWURDCOMBAT with Mr. JOSH HART. JOBH HART, JOfiH HART. who will appear in four different character*. Reappearance of MISS J JENNIE JOHNSON M If B J KN NIB JOHNSON MISS JENNIE JOHNSON and CHARLEY KANl, CHARLEY KaNB. CHARLEY KANE. wkc, by request, will na? THE NERVE, THE NKRVK, THB NERVI, TILE NERVE. ftrst week of the beautiful Ballet Diverti?e?jeDt, ariacgcd by Mou? Mathieu, entitled Tn? BELLE OP MADRID. TH K HKlLK OK M ADRID, THE BELLE Of MADiilD, TUB BELLE OK MADRID. In which wiU appear a Corps de Ballot of TWENTY YOUNG LADIES! The Prime of all Ethiopian Comedian.*. JOHN MULLI0AN. JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIOAN. Appear# every night, aviated by DICK COLLINS AND CLARK* T^e publie w 11 p'?a?e remember thst F0VETH1NG NEW < AN ALWA Y8 B* 8*EN AT TEE CANTERBURY I NEW STARS NBW BTARi appear every week. A WRAND MATINEE A GRAND MATINEE A ORANU MaTINE* A ORAND MATIN** fOR FAMILIES, EVERY BATURDAY AFTERNOON. 8ATCBUAY AFTERNOON, BAT I' KOAY AFTERNOON, f ATURUAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AKTKftNOON, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Ffecial attenticn ia calleu to the fact that wo do NO CURTAILMENT OF PROGRAMMB at the Matinees, the Performance being idanti?al with that of tho evening. ^ NOTICE! Mr. Lea b m .tost received from England a CHRIeTMAS 1'ANTOMIME, CHRISTMAS PANTOMIM*. CI1 Rl i*'l .AS t'AN TOM I MB, CILR18TMA8 PANTOMIME. which will be produced FOR THE HOLIDAYS with New Seenwry, Tricks, Wardrobes. Ac. Man ??er* of theaters can purchat-e a copy by applica tion to Mr. Lea. Lock out for tho Great brarua <A Till BRIGAND* OATH : THE BRIGAND S OATH CARD.?Are outfaced and wl l shortly app'-ir MURRAY AND 11KTC1IINGSON, MURRAY AND HI TCHINGUON, MURRAY AM' . i i; 1 C tl I N (JfON, Ml'R 'AV /v HP rCUi-iOoON. A* .iiiIA I .Ni? i \ MNA3T8. ami thi-.r PERFORMING DO' 1*. wuuderfcl in the world. u tiCv will be g.vtu of tho;r firs, appear ance Oyt PAWNBROKER AND --oO loan office. LICENSED BY AUTHORITY. --3 MATTHEW K WALSH. C Stkk? r, between P'th and lltn, Kfc?>h>1 d?>or from Harvoy'a Oyster Balooa, comuiiAijr?* with tb# wf*li of man j friODd>t I aw low prri>ared to inaXi* liberal Cash a<l ?v%ae?-? ob GoH and Silw?-r Watohes. Dia-A JL 5,'?da. J?*"-lrv, Kilv?r war-*. Hardware,!# W Clothing, ana ilercLaudise of every dodcriytioa in *oo4 order, , *F"Havi,i? kad twelve yearkezp?ri#ac0la bail fiess in tho C>ty, and favorably ku?wn ta many of Itc citiaona. 1 am conSdent that to a!l who mar in trust ma with buair.?ea,( which will bo itnotrp confidential) I wjli gi re satisfaction. Offle* open every day (Punday eaceptedi from geren o'clook, A. a. until Nine o'olock r. W. hp L5-3m WAB a AMUSEMENTS. FOKlPB-lllCW THEATER. Truth rirttL, rtw< Ptiwuyivania ?*e?u?. THIS BVBNINO, Dnwraber 9, FAREWELL BENEIT AND POSITIVELY LA8T NIGHT BUT ONB OF W IBS MAGGIE MITOHBLL. who will, in ?omj>liane? with mntyeral imuj r*peat her great impersonation of FANCHON. THE CRICKET. To nv rrow positively last appearance of MISS MAUGIE MITCHELL. ON MONDAY NEXT TUB QUEEN OF TUB TK&GIC STAGE, Mrs. D. P. BOWERS. who will appear in a popualr character. Mr. Ford brg purch?sei from MADAM* JODIE DE MaRGUERITTKS anew and brilliant Dramatization of TENNYSON 8 ENOCH ARDEN. which will shortly be produce 1 eilOVEK'S THEATER. Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard's Hotel. LEONARD GROVBR DIRBCTOR CAUL ANSCIiUTZ, CONDUCTOR IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT Arrangements having been made for n special tr*in, the grand German Opera Oomptny are en abled to defer their departure for Louisville till Saturday zsoruing, Till? (FRTDAV- AFTERNOON, December <> GALA f ARIWRLL MATINEE. Overture at 2 o clack. VonWeher's Ma?terwork, DER FRBISCfl UTZ. The Incftutation 8ceDe in a Separate Ac*. Agathe M LLE MAIllA FREDERIC! Max M. THEODORE HABLEMAN Casjir M ISODOKK LEHMAN Annchen M'LLEPOPIIIE DZII'Ha Cubo M OTTO LRU MAN Ottohar _ M IIE1NREICII STElNEOKE Kil.ian? M EDWARD HA MER Hermit. ANTON GRA?"F Saroiel . M EDWARD BERNDORF Admission to BJatinoa, 31; no extra charge lor reserved seats. THIS < FRIDAY) EVENING. December o GALA FAREWELL OPARA NIGHT. Meyer&eer'a Chef D<eu vr*, in Five ActJ. LE8 HUGUE>OT8, Margaretta deValois MAD. JOHANNA ROTTER Valentine.. MADAME BERTHA JOHANNRPN Cbsiro^_. M'LLE PAC LINE CAN NIS3 A First Lady of Honor MAD. M ZIMMERMAN Secocd Lady of Honor.. .MA D PAUL E MERGER Raonl 6IG GUISKPPK TaMARO Marcel JOSEPH HERMANNS Seat* msv be secured for either of the Op?ra? at Ibe Box Office of the Theater Thnrsdav. PRIOKSFOR SINGLE OPERAS. Orchestra Chairs jj ^ Dre68 Circle ?? 150 Secnrel seats 5G cents extra. Fam'ly Dircle_? 73 Seat* may be securfd from -0 o'clock A." M. 'to 6 o'clock P. M.t at the Box office only. OXFORD! OXFORD! OXFORD! GREAT KILL FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. IMMENSE SUCCESS Of the Great RAVEL MARTINETTi FAMILY, Consisting of JULIAN MARTINETTI. PHILLIPE MARTINETTI, ESTHER MARTINBTTI, PAUL MARTINETTI. and ALBERT MARTINETTI, Assisted )>y MDMK MARZATTI and MON3 ANTONIO, B addition to the Regular Company. LADIES' MATINEE on _?19-2t SATURDAY AFTERNOON. SEATON HALL. Corner D and Ninth Streets Sanderson A Howard Levees. L*st night but two, of SANDERSON'S MINSTRELS, and Benefit ol th" Favorite Jig and Fan^y Danger. M WILLIAMS Saturday, Benefit of _d 9 ?t* GUukGE L HALL. TREASURY REGIMENT " 1 PROMENADE CONCERT, FORD'S TUBA T K R , MONDAY EVENING. Decembir 19.Wfi, . at KH o'clock f. m, Music by GRAFFULLA 8 7TH RGIMINT N. Y, 8. N. G. BAND. TICKETS, admitting a gentleman an I lady. ,?3. SINGLE TICKETS.may be obtained of the Members of the Regiment. Military and Naval Officer? are requested to appear in Unform, Managers ? Hon. F. E 8pinuer,U. H. Treasurer; Hon S. T. Celby, Register: H(>n, Edward Jordan, Solicitor: Hon Hugh BlcCnllock, Oonrp of th<* Currency: Hon J?bn M. Brodbead.21 Comptroller; Hon Joseph J. Lew is. Cam of Internal Revenue; Hen. Thomas L. Smith. First Auditor' Hon. E. B. French.Second Auditor: Hon. John W ilson,Third Auditor; Hen. Stephen J. Tabor. Fourth Auditor; Hon C. M. Walker, Fifth Auditor: lion. E. Se Is, Sixth Auditor; Admiral W. B. Shubrick, Chair man I-ight House Board. P' iyate Boxes may be obtained of the Treasnrer of the Regiment at bis Office, Redemption Division, Treasury 1 nited Spates. I No tickets sold at the door. 4ec5-2w FOR RENT AND SiLE. \ ALUABLE IMPRO\ED FROPERTY AT I'RI ? VATE SALE.? We offer for sale a Lot on the south side of G ttreet, between Sixth and Seventh streets west, near the Patent Office, Improved on the front by a three story brick dwelling house, col tail irg ten rooms, and on the rear < with an al ley entianee) a well arranged four story bri manufacturing building, sipplieJ with steam en gine and best of machinery for turning, p'aning, morticing, Ac., among which is one of Gear'n cel tbrated machines for cutting, planing, aul mould ing irregular forms of wood. This property is admirably adapted for a print ing office, book- bindery, or any manufacturing purposes, and will be sold with or without tile ma cl inery. Apply t- J AS. <\ McGUinE A. CO., AneMon aul Comnus^i' n Merchants dec3 eod2<v lj^OR aLE?A dh?. and Well fitted up BIL r LIAKU SALOON, in a central location, ail now paying a handsome income. A tea year* leas", the fiitures. and thiee Phelaa tables can be par chafed for fl (?*'. MITCHELL A SON'S, R*al EstateErokers, Southeast corner Pa. *ve and 13th st. JOB RENT?Two nicely FURNISHED ROOMS, near Government Priuticg Office, per month, dec 1 12t* HCOM? FOR RENT?Three or four Furnished CliAMBBRS.also. with water and g.vs.anduje of bath and parlor, for rent to gentlemen. Apply at 4VI0X. north side of Massachusetts avenue, be tween 4th and 5th sts, dec 1 tf 1_/OR HALE-A new three story brick I10USB. southwest corner of2d anl Market sts, George town, D. C., containing 17 rooms, with all the latest Imp.-ovemente. in perfect order. At Brick Stable.Ice Mouse and all neeeasary outbuildiogs attached, llouso <J> by 49, lot ky ISU. Price ?V>,cu), Terms ?asy. and possession when required. For further particulars apply on the premises. no*30 Ini' I/OR S A LE?That Handsome RESIDENOE, No. 430 F street, between 6th and 7th sts. Thin house is most eligibly situated ii the immediate vieinity ef the Post Office and Interior Depart ments, has a street railroad passing directly in front of it, and is a well built, neat, commodious residence. Apply, if before the 1st of December, at 4*3 loth street, after that date at tho Law Huiliicg'k 3th st.. near La. av., to W. B. WBBB, Attorney at Law. nov aa-tf UK BENT?A iasge three story brick HOUSB, on L street, nea.r Sih east, very suitable for a restaurant and hotel or boarding- house. Inquire of JO-EPn REPBTTI. No. 41>1 L streot, on the premises. no25 2w* Ij^OR 8 ALE?A HRICit UE MDENCB in the first I Ward conta'uiog 12rooms. lot 7n by #?, with carriage hotise and stable; price $11 ()?*?. COITAOE HOL'SE, 10 rooniH. lot 66 by lt>i; prioe ~ A large FRAME BL1LDING, (new.) 15 roouis, ? FRAME HOUSE. 7 rooms and brick stable, 7th %'* W. FRAME, >. rooms, lot !?< by 70, f l.fr 0. Two FRAMES, 5 rooms, gas aad water, eaoh J'' 1)1 Two small BRICK HOUSE?, each fl,?>. Also, acres of prim4* J/AND, with improve pjeuit., near toil-gale, on BlaUousburg roa'i.for A GARDEN FARM, 12!i acres, 8ood imjrore itents. near Blmlenshur^, f i.''"J. f ARM of W acres. y?ita improveuients, 6 wles from the city. *3,"00. rt. acre FARM. DWELLING. Ao.. ? mile? from citr Mou'gomery eountv. Md.. only SI,Ml. BUILDING LOTS in *11 va is f.fthscitr BlJ1 M1T? UEl.L A 80S. Real Estate Br >ker?, southeast corner Pa. avennw and ift'h itreet. P. S Several FURN ISkEb HOlTHEH tor rent. coy 25eo6t T~fP.IV ATE 8ALE ? r f One DRUGSTORE. Three BOUSES. Three LOTS. Five PaRMS lueulre at 45? Maaeactuset" i*" on I'eansylvaoia e*. be fpti LET Two 'arge UOOMi. on Fsainylf&n: I ..ti ue No. 24suitable for sto-es or o? ei Apply on the prem s.s. or at No. H -treet b< tw.ea 1Mb and l<?th. nof J3 tf LIST OF LETT BBS remaining in the WASHINGTON CITf POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER *, 1964. OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN THB PAPBB HAVING Till LARGB8T CIRCULATION. _ _ Pre? Delivery of Letters by Carriers at the residences of owaers may be secured by observing the following Rules: 1. Direct letters plainly to the street and camber of tbe bouse. 2. Head letters with the writer's fall address, in citing stieet and number, and request answers to be addressed accordingly. 3. Letters to strangers or transient visitors in a town or city, whose special address may be un known, should bemarked in lower left hand corner with the w?rd " Transient " 4 Place the postage stamp on the upper right band corner, and leave space between the stamp and direction for post-marking without interfering with the writing. A request for the return of a letter to the writer if unclaimed within thirty days, or less, written or firisied. with the writer's full address across the eft hand end of the envelope, face side, will be oomplied with at usual prepaid rate of postage pat able when delivered to writer. 1-iADIfc.S' LIST. Allans Jar* Foster Sarah McM^nn Mrs Ai'iriena 8*"ah tellers Mrs J W ihu? C Allison Mrs J B Finch Jane J McDowell MrsSl Aunbaian Faherty Mary McNamar'tn'h Aiamfe JursfhoB Fitzgerald liau'hMcUlaughlinK'n Allen Ilkiriet Greenlease J;tne Mc.Ellijfott Mrs AntoniaLena Gibson Klizab'h John A'arisMisC G Gautt B-isa McOabe Marg'i Att>ins tieilie Gieen Harriet Nelson Miss Atnedea Mrs II Greene siar> A Nell Mrs Wm Andrews J osep'eGreene Maria B Nelsiu Jtlizao'h .brooks tutan Gates Mrs Col Norton Josep'e Beckitt Mat'diAGreen Ann Naton IMla Barker L Jane Gerrnon Eliza'h Oliver Marg't J Bowtn Mis-A Gersnay Li/./.ie Osst-r II <rriet-2 Batcock Mrs J MGaylor Mary Oiter ivlaria Ballatl Mrs CaaB Godfrey Mrs 0 ROlel! Sat>n ug Burns Mary C G'fford Mrs Cpt O Brien Hen'a fiown Sarau A h J , Pag-Mrs W H Barker Mr? Grinder Maggie Phlug Angoes Bates Mr* Edw SGemmill Evau Peed Ann bates Mrs JooEQoodwic* M r* Pd Presto* Mag'e C Baler Katie Gamble Mrs H El'eck Jfiugeae A-2 llanchntd Ada Gonsels France* Patt?r?on Mrs Biacbard Mrs.VlAUrah&iu Bliz'li f W Bltca IS an me W Go >dell Car* C Perkins Sarah B Brown.Mary 8 llackley Lucy Petinga'.e Mi-s Briggs MraE P-2Heiicer?on Keb'a ?Q Brn-kMissA li&tris Nettie A Pritchett AliceL Brook Maria W H&urbits Hurt Petersaat Lizzie B'-ca Mrs E liendrickM.n K'el'arker Mrs Levi Burke airs Jas E Harding Magre Peters Mrs H r A Jbain Mrs Jili&BIHres Mrs W Pwner Jane Bond JKllen liillMaryB 1'ettisMrs M'ra D Birge \ irg'a G BHooks Sarah B Queen Maria Bell Miss C Hart Bertha Quinn Mary Brown Lizzie Hess Mrs N M 2 Buese Caroline kebb Mrs M S Hail J tine Rhode* Cadie Black tallie Hall Maria Rich Ctroling Breg Mary Hall Phoebe ltofs Hatty BurreiiMary Hammell Mary Bay Mrs J W Bowden Mary Ilenniug MrsJaslteed Julia lierinsn Laura Hoover Mollie K Read Abner Burger Eliza Ilcwland Pam'afcReii Mrs Geo p BoUnd Mary > Harper Mary R-eatntn Loaisa Mrandeburv P I. Harris Mary It eke Mrs J as Jieautueuut Mrs Harris Lucy Ri:e Mrn L ?Maj .Howard Luc'a E Randle Winrifa Braiuer Mrsl-redHawkins Btnily RendellEmel'e W Boscon Euiurn a Hughes Mrs R P Randal* Martha] Jbutler LU2W J Howard Mrs A Rielly Prances Bennett Aaele Harrison LouisaRmg?>id Ge'a A Batchlor Miss M barover Marg t Bedford Ella L 4 Bettele Brise HerpinMiMsi Reynolds Mrs C Bnaalows Julia Hannah Mary Wm 11 Bennett Emma Hudson Mart'aARiley Margrel Boston Hannah Hurbert Phead'eRandolph Corn'a Bulluf- Minnie Hefttebower Mrs Richmond Julia Bartlett Emma Henderson M'ry RicbardnonHar t Baltimore Mary Hunter Marg t Richard* M s Butler Mary 3 Howland And ta L P-2 Blaisdeli MrsWAHambintonB^u'aRob^rtson 8u saa Barnard BS rs KHDodgeson Jos'e Bumbaug*i L a A Berry Raehael Harris Miss A A Ptrong Mrs a r BnconBaraU Hoking Annie Short Miss li Barr?xt Mary 8 Harris Nettie A Smith Harriet E Bruntr Mrs E0 2}lay ward Eonm? Btelge Kleanor Bare ay Jane Homey Miss ttMSiuith Moley Boarman Jane Higgins Mrs A MSinith Cathr 'e Wolan Mary B Hastings Mina LStnall Fannie CromweLHat'eAHudson Lizzie CSink Blizab'h Compton Luc'JaJones Naocy 8t?er H-l-u J Clara Mrs T U Jones Mary Smith llepsie Clare Mrs Judge Mrs M G Saaw Mrs ?}eo M Cock C ara V Jauits M''e VV KSholes- Mrs H C Cook Augukta JaJl Martha S:ott Cathr'e ? lark Ruth M Jones M*ry himms Kate Or.urebFroaA Jehnes Elizab'h Sharp Mrs Col Clark Annie Jordan Mrs Aug's GW Ooats Maty Jor ian Deliah Smith Mrs Joo Gross Lucy Jonbs m R?bec'a8fephens Fanny Cook Ali/.a Johnson Jane thipman Bllen tXtheM ss A Johnson MisB FpeneerJooB Ciosbv Bally Jac^eonEmma Stuart Violeta Carder Lizne Jones B.*rah Sawyer Nora 3 CulliugH Ann Jnhnst'>n Blleu Sbiping Mm Jn? CchnsMary Jnw?l! Mtk Stevenson Mrs |j Cutler Mrs E I> King Martha Shacki ford 8 A C*tUr Amy King Clara L Sawyer Mary B Cafelan Metvma Kru^e Ellen 8tictney L ice'e Campbell Jane Ko?l Frances fcissle Sla-y Cioismsn Kate KtngKdith Bh' pley tteb'a Coon>-) Mrs P H Kirtv Mrs Wm-DSherraan Mary L C' lver ltacuaelAKeily Elizsb h BtiCkney Mrs BJ O hen Mi n't better Jirs M JSSemple Mrs Crothets Eliza').Kasaon Cynthia Stevsas Mary Cannan Ana E Kelly Mrs S-?arin2 Aan e II Coiner Mary Kingley PranVBSheddon l.ucy Corey Elvua W Killy Pfther i">nvay Martha Carp> nt*r Sarah Kelly Jsne S'a-ib-ry Mr?II y Ciems Kate Keiser Kate B.v:kettMrs Wm Campbell Am'da Ke/by Mary Siinmonils Sarah Cavel^t' ne Ly'a Ke!l?gg Lucy G ?tephens Mary Oubtis Mrs W'mHLee Ci ra Ting Alelaide Orocaer Mrs ThsLee Marg't To;nson Ann Celderhols M'deLte Sarah Thorn Mrs Cohen Fanny Luse Mrs C M Temple Mrs E Clemei.lA Lizzie Lee Lioie Tompson Maria Dow Mrs HP l.ove Miss A Thomas Annie Dcige Liz .ie 1 nca* Ear.ily Tarner Maggie Day Miss E 2 L'imdav M'^ry A Tather Rach'l Dodge Mrs Lyons Joanna Taylor Josep'e M Duggsn Sirs Lawrence Mrs Tyler Mrs R D D:i'ji.>)f> N ?Uie AG Tucker James Dunham MrsWrnLewi? Mar> E A Thompson An'ta Delano Mrs Jas Leiurey Mary Taylor Mrs ThsJ D?-puy Clarigha Lahei\e Eliza T'phur Annie_ Dubrow Sarah Lea-h M?r?'t II \ana!s'ein M'a Dickey Mrs G W La^hrop Mrs M B V#m Mrs G L Dsyton Mrs Win Meginnesi Margt Vaughan L U Uevall Loritia May Hannah Vocther An'tte D^..r^ey Eliza J Mix?re Mrs Thr>= Volk Martha A Dntt. n Mis M M Moore Carne WWyle Bli/.a DaviesJen'e W M'?xseNellie West Sarah DelaLey Msry Moore J?abel!a Wells Kuge'a D&n is Mrs Wm RMarch 0 ithr'?- Weed Nel ie Button Maltie AMutlin Cathr'e White Mrs 8 B Davids n Mrs J't- It alone? Ellen Webb Eliza Dpdson Harriet Merser Miss Ward Jane M D?,r?ey Bridget Marphy Hen'ta Welsh Biddy Dav?s Ao aiidu-2 Mar-ess MsMldaWells Mrn Jno ByerSarah Mitchel Ba, h<l Williams BlizaU Bkin Nannie Mason Rach 1 W-sihrop M'ry 2 Brwin Adelbert Mills Sn?an B Whealier Marg't Evans Surah Morgan Mrs Walter MrsRot 2 EakleMary P MasgumJane Wood yard Mrs Bliott Hannah MelvilleCathr'e Wiggins Mary icgle Msrtha Mart'nMri-R'btFWardwell Mrs ??. ar s Mrs 8 D Mason Mary F DK Fields Tilly Martin Pannie Williams Ha'.'e Pitch Ellen Maynard El'a M Wheele ? Julia C Fox Mrs Maxwell fanny Wilson Lyiia A Hen Mary Murphy Bllen Willis ClarUaa Fletcher Ann MontgomeryLil- Willis Kate FUher BmmaE 2 lie 2 Walton W A PitrgeraM Jo'i.a Sliller SiMie Willard AllieC Fletcher Maggie M urphy Mary Wilson Alice fisher Maria ^ BMitchell MrsThsWin'ield Joseft'e Fletcher Bets>PMiller Sallic Wiard Mrs G?" Fletcher MrsC'nMorsn Celia Woodbury Mrs > letcher Busan Merrill MinnieA (ien'l FitzgeraldM'ryEMcGulre Mary Whitman Lncia MiNCtLLaskocm.?Luna g. GENTLEMEN'S LI ST. A. Afhtr n Alex AlyeaGeoW Appleby Mark U A rmstroug Aug Aikens Hugh 2 Averal Nathi Allen Chas P Andr.'WsCaptHliAnkeny P D Aptel Conrad Armbruster H 2 Allen Baml AilardCA Allen Henry Adams Saml Austin C A Atkinson Jas 8 Adams Wm AdkiotCbas Aneson Harry Alexander W 0 Allen DeWitt Armstrong W J Ander?ou Wm Alderman Denio Allen Jos O Anlrews W II Andres Geo C Arnot Jas A lien W A Armstrong OB-2Anderson J G Ainslie W Abbott Geo D ^ Berel A O Blakely H Ball O M l'ush Capt A K Benselllngo Baar Peter Bnrwell A Beiry H B Purser Peter Buell A 1> Burroughs Lt II Bouden Peter Browu A D Bryant H.?nr-> Brown Roh't Burnutine B Bromley H W Jireckitt It Brice Cbas Benedict H Burley R H Ball 0 E Benedic* J D Buckley R Boyles Col Burger Jno P B.ldwinLtRJ Bailor DrCC B?riltttJ B.-n??a 8 E BeltroseChaii llixlerJoo Breckinridge Burroonhs C H Biiainller Juo JuigeSM Brady C'tias BarnetJos Brad lock Scott Bond C T BownaasterJ C BeaulieaCapa Baker C 8 B acksonJ Bache 6 Butcher Dan'l Bra-lleyJus llissell Cap 3 U Baker Davis ByeisJM Brown 8 R ii.ckDJ BamfordJas B^rnieS Beveridge Me-f BoWinanJ B Brady Thog l)fcy tt Browning J N Bounds T BlusleliSertrtDNBennett J E Bryaa T H iiu i Col D M Bradley J W BrobksThos Burt K B l'.roi me J M IS.iile> Thos Boos Bli^ah Breeh Jno BoyJCa*?t I' Battles Ell Belles J U Burton T Baird Bnrl BfttyLP R-imh*ra LtCA Brooks ER lUli-ock L W Bird W A Brown E B B-md Sandy jlean Wni BoeitnT Kdwl B^ver Lonis BayoeWm Babt-ock Frau>i l-ul ioger L . "oreH W^ Hoie Kre<l Brenuan Louis BmniS-trgt W1I LethetlF.1 Bputiey L C Ballau'l VjTtij Brosto Maj G Burner Rev M C Brnnd.re W If Uurk Ceo Bean M V B Bohbingtoo W noil Gnrt Ba'ley M C Bowdan W (col I Barker V?A Bennett M P Brook.r W II R'iiton G W Barlow N L Bliss Col 7. R Brown H U Barker O T Bat'. Z?p ; u iel O ri.ik Asron Cement II P <' ar js M jr^ello CrVnd^l A < -ark Henry P C! rV 'I K Cuiutnin?;s Alex t\>op-1 lienrj C ICasher Mr Aram Coopes 8 ft R trii? B F Cook Bet) C CroFB B i Cburer B II Cm- Cbu Carroll C Ut-ojx-r Cbas 8 Cai man Cbas Cueh Cnas D Coou Cbas M Oarfon U A 0< unts Csp> r? Clark Chan K Cnrtin Dstil Chare 1> M Curtis E Chit) Edmund Cook Edwd Cole* Enes C< Ilia Edwin CJaik F J Cf idler k II C!a k Frank Q Gauttauce F Con per OenW t a?e hfo W Cook G?*o Coftiu Lt H R Cc??k Henry D Co?tee Cup HO Cbnse II H C< dptr n K Cerccn Bu'gti Chapman J Cooper J 8 Cranner JanL Callis Co) J B Carleton J M Cturah John CoHroath J 9 Cave Mr Canie J no Cantwvll Ja* C- nner J K Cllngerwian J Campbell J no Calyer Jno J Cannell B M Caliio Matthew Connwri Nelson Or?M?T G J Conner Patk Courtney H 2 Cooper Rfchd Chubbuok Robt Gala well, Jr 8 A Clapkam WmS Craig Cap 8 H Cut's Saul C?-ok 8a<m? 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Cap P E Deniaon ^'gt J p Duvall Rich T Davis Jobn T Du uore Jd'> W Devenport J De Grey Lt J Duvivur Jacob DoooeHy J R Dobbins Jos R XC5 Kromacs II II Eighmy Henry KtmiocB lion'd Dickey Geo W Dutill Gto Emerson A S Engler A Ellis B F . ElvarB, Dicken- Kmerson II R son & LdgeJoflG E*att Edwd Kdnnicrisjax EtterJasM KatinJnoL Early Gilbert Ear'.ey Jno Emm< DBCapGF F" Fardoo Ab'm P I'rank Ilenry FifiberAlex Foster H feiiagtity Art'y Fox Henry Fuw ell Benj K Ofem Henryll Fraj s?r Col'rC Fifb?T David ?i Uaer Dan jr 1 ?(i K Ko w F i am? *noch Ft ster X<1 W I'uiegan F Fala U C F?i son Jno B F'.intbam J_ W Fesrson J T FeldBtein Job Fai Dun J do Furuecon J as II F^arlss GilVt J FlemicKJnoA leathers Gt-o W FerrlsJaaB Foi aer Geo Francif Geo W Firdler HeBry Graves Albert G rei n A1 en Gr&Laui A 8 Fiemont GeiiJC Foster Job C o <? at 1 iii (9eo Gre? n O ilbt P 2 Garreltson U G i ?eu KevARZGrayH B GipBon Alfred Gre?n Henry G Guild C M Gates C ai4 J Gardiner Col Oilmore Cbas Goodarelinc C Griffith Cbas T Oilman Henry 8 Gerton Henry Gourly J C Gregory Honlra (iruver Jno Ii U U r?*oryJno L (iiljettCnptDanl (^illen J Good'-n Danl J Gulick Jacks< n Green David ti Groiian Jonepb boodrich K GeratyJno (ir.it Adwia Grahm Jobn GuilfordEdwiDKGlaas Jno P 2 Oarnsey K II <,ibb J Campbell Gillen Francia Green Jno K imudy Franklin Gross Jno G-l lireenF rdmanE Grove Jacob G GhtcaGeoW GlenJas < reasQeo Dibb* C?ft J 31 (jucriono G- (iale L D G^odnow Geo R DwyeT ? K Duvall Wm T Pr?? Wm B Dey Webster Daniels \V A Dnnbarn W in Po^an Wm Daccan iVm E*an Jno B KMerkin DrJao KvansJ ho Karhart M W Kbrence Sarnl 3 Krback 8 Knniee Wrn KbIoo Wm Franklin Ja?> Fry J no B .1 Finch Jas L Fox JaB Fack Louis Foster Lt Fereufton M" Fenwick Martin FlnkRitenho us? Frankhooster U Ford 8am'l Finne^an Tho^H Finlan Thos J Fraiier Wni Flckert Wm (ioodinsn L 13 Carrey Mr Oarioo Michael Go?in Maurice Gar>rell Otbo Gardner P O Grebel Philin Genf z P Felix Gruver Robt (Heason Rollalr Gana^e Cape B Gait gydenDam Gardiner 8aml L Godfrey Sarnl Oallowa* Hon 8 (iencks 8 Galley Til*hrnan Greenawalt Maj TP Gray Wm H 2 Gray Wm H II-j Grant Win D Grettny Wrn tiriffitn Win Hughes Alon*o Ho: ton Alfred Hall Albt H Iloruer Maj A A iiodgkins A F B ;ideeil A H Hall Capt A B UarriDKtori B U a zel wood H liall HethelT Howard Cba? 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Howard Geo 0 Hot'sey G 8 IHnry Geo L Howe Henry W Hill Jos Hard Loran Harrison Mr Humphrey J 8 Ilamian Thoa Hunt Urias Hioeiiu* U 8 llisHex Wm Hunt Walter Q 11 ?ltfbet Wm Hiua Wh11*'-? Hough P W U llelli W W Hyland W G Haailst Wm Henrick Maj WW Hershey H H Harrison W Homer Wm H Han ford W C lioMkius Martin Hollford Wm Howard Dr M Hench N J Holloram W Hedfey Wm D l-.I Jones Abrani V IlgesUapt JcnesAinsiey J a sobs Geo K Jai.ksf.li A W Jordan Henry Jewett A Jr John Jno Q Jeffriet B F Jewett Jno G Jones Cbai JenkiuiiJ II B Ibm^etJ MePRrB CJenninps J W & Son Jordan Jno IrelanU Cbas Jett JijoA Jchnston C Jones J 8 J obnsou F Johison II L K 2Jokewe-< Wm J <i> kw ick Capt G Ju* Marselni D JamiHon Ms] W Jones M. Jones Piiilip Jaiverz K J ear Kubt Johnson 8 O J id<on 8 E -J Jones ?v ffejm&i Jones 11 Ivor? Prof W Jonetf Wm F Ker.niD?t?n AB Ktoi C B Kubler Cbas K napp D E Keea l>avid Koowles K W hciau Fred Kirby F F ku.Ki"an F Kein Geo A Lai.e A't x Ley i er B L-. rd Cba Ledeier C <1 1-sne Cor II Lt wis Cbas Eynch l<t O K l.utkic Dan N 1 ong DaDl Landvoict D ?V Lonigan D Laws Edw Q Lowell * <> Lowell Id C Lardral E H Lendrirk Edw Lake Eli [,>ncb Edw J e ne n M M IV K imbal G G Knode H C Kuuiis 11 Kit k wood H 0 K i u.i- 11 Kersntr Jos l.'-nuedy J no B I'iujr Jos i.uhn Jos E Kgrtt; J B L< Lor e F 11 Litary F D Litt.eloid Geo Lawrence Geo J Lindsey H 8 Lewis H M Louck II C Ledtiur Isrvl Limgroyes Jas Lam be 11 is&ae Lawrciicb Jas Lewis Corp J J H Keyes Isaiah Kimbal L U KeudiK II N Kearn* i'at Klein H V-l Ketcbum Dr V A Kenttlcld W K Kealey Wm K enrich W J Kennedy W 8 Lactx Jesse Letts Jas M Locke J no K Llo)d Julius 8 Lynch John Loughborough A. Co L'Heur?ux M Laythe M A L.iraway N M 3 Lochboechler N Ledwicb P Ligbtcao Jacob Lanbacber P Latca IIob J M Lynch Stephen l.evi Joseph Lrnn T W LipseltJK haUeld Thos 1, Lawless Capt J Y Lee Thos Littell l.6aac Lcrgstreet E T Lewi Pr Jus Lambrigbt F Low J^ bn K 8 Lurt/ Mai J M Mower H Myei Henry Mason Henry Losdull F-2 McLean A A Money A 8 Moffitt A-2 Marker Alex , Merrieon CI AJ McKinley Jas May AW " Minor Becj Morris K Mi'ler Cbas Mensel Cbas More Cbas . _ ? Muira> G' asVt McClure J P Madison U 11 Mitchell Jas Muller ColCl'C MulerJobu-3 Lane Tbeo Light W H Lard Wm Mott Job D Morse J as Miller Jas U Morehouse HW Moor Jas B Muyer Lorenzo MvCulloch J no Meinlbeim L McGuire ft filiuor L L . Kennedy Morion L MoClernand MajMorse Myron Gen J H Meyer M%rx Mcllugh John Mason Mr Mangan Mich Mallon M Mac-iuade Mr MeOeuly CorES Mur.u Dr J J McDixon Mr McKvoy Cbns 2 MeClintock J VI Martiu Nich Meriick P C-2 Morrison P L Moore Pan Morrison E G Mc-Grady *dw McLeod E M Marshal Bluer Messer E H M' neon K U Miller Frank Mtbr?n?'ii F Menkert F Meader Frank Maoterinan Gc? MyerGB Moore Ge<> t McMillan <? H Menhall H '> McClure II V* NVvin P L olan Cbas? 1 I? ? We Is C (COU N.?e Cbas Mibtlin Joseph Martin Juo \V McHatrev Jas Morton Ja^ Murphv John Manx J as Miuoc Joseph Moon Lr N A Mittson Nathan Murray Put Moss Kubeu Morrison K J Miller Robt Milbben K B MaipuetKin Jne Mason 8 j1 Moukley J Manning T3F Matloea HnJG M>nt(ouierys Moakley John Madd.m Tho M< rrison JosiihM?rin W F Miller Jas G Mount W J M ruiheimjEo ^IunllsWm Morton Jas M iest-.rhau J no Must J as Mrorn John May Job K J* Niema > nenry C\ Qr.ihn Ileury Newell Jobn Nicholson Ja? ll>e veil L V s Myburg 8 Mit.De ws VV R McKtoy W H McCl"Man W W Malo-y CjI Bobt Ne'itoa J Micro's Pr J Nurdenberg u Nestnlib C?fW?EN?wton Jas NeltonCbas A Nyinan Jos Nrtulioll II NuswbJL NaiiofHeuiy N&HyJ&sB O-Q O. kert August Oheils PrJeo O irsler B J Overton Jno O'ounnor Cbas O'Le^r, Jno O Pour* Dsn1' Oliyer Jo? G (iiiion C<p E M Owens Michael 0? ? I'avid Owen Mosas Oliver Jos (i G'Bri-n P O'BiienJaa OmenBobtDals Nugent I'hoB Ntlsou Th is New jiaai Dr WU O'D-mne'l Tim O'Brien T L O'Leary Michae'. Or r W ifl U IJuenn W n t^alntoa Tnofl J Quinu Gd-> W p Page Austin D PmWtGmW Fierce An.oa Perail Guatave peuer A C Pratt Geo PeaCeigrast LtAPiekel Geo W P?ar?e Alireu Phil??? lieary AP?rkerO B PorttrAdolpb Polk Henry Palmer, M * Philip AdelCertPrince Henry ParsallCbas vulpet Jbo Pike Chas K ParpellJC Price A Co Power Capt J 8 Park Dr Pa?ktrJio Pettcrfon CaptT Persons Jul PerkipaCba* R Puktr Jno I'rkeDG ParvisJas I'errv K Pbelan Jno Phillip* Edwin I'ar on" Jo?T l'arke Jas H Pbaiae J do Prior Jno J Punby Miehl PoadextorI Perry N J Porter N T Palmer ? B Pease 8 f Peeby Bant J Pinket Bandy jjerkms Stephen wel I V G Pierce Capt V J P res'on WoB Phillips Wta II Phergen Wm Pitiiujril I Wtn 1 Patrick W J Paxten Wm l'earaon MajWm B C PeKD E U Poulaon ? 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I^erason Reny Mr Robin*on MaJ Roache N H Rockwood N J Koblneon (*ap P Hansford P T Roth Philip Roe Pet- r Read 8 B Ru??e!l Shnman Ryerion Ural n R-ad Win B Roach Wm N.J Riley Win II >-eiber W?u M Roads Mesm J TRowand Cap W " A Co Fcfcultf A II Fimotis A B Fwallcw Rev b Seddon Benj b>kea B Fwan Benj A F iratti u. liry ai t A C't- 2 Pinif CI a* Ftatil y Capt I 3N Fhervill cbas Sberw ood 0 F-5 Fmith Caleb B Slurdevant f F Sf urdevent 0 W Fnii'.ht'i ICha-ll S'ater Cha" R Pline Danl Sn? w Hon D J SulzbergerD B 2 Samuel Paul F*e?-cey DaLl ~i Sread Fdw Fnr ilh t M haiider.4 ?ng?nfl Fair, rd K M Ftck?;t Fraiicia Fweetier F 1> 8it?*n (ieo 8 Fwy?-r (ieo Fimes Geo bhanli* Gey! fcteii ei Geo Foker Gfo T Ft-uter Geo B ISh?'!inn Ueo A Fniitb Henry 2 Ftern H-2 Fi?h t Henry W Fniitb Hugh W Fawuel II Pne&th Jas BchoU Heinrich 8t*cy Lt L & Co grhloss L A F23 Bhailer Hosmer Stn-etway Capt Haubery Henry Lary J *" (Sherman L K Fcnlly Rev Mr Bale Mr BtoWcll P Bohaefer l'nter Bberraaa Pat terson A Smith Robt fchilliueton Capt RS Fnjder Jacob hizp Judson 8 F irn nds Jas Fa alay Jacob Feely Jno S Fayen J Sbertr Jacob Btory J as ffcholfield Jos Fbafer Jonathan B<-well J no Bayre Jas 51 Fhepherd Jas Fhacn.-n Jno B Sailer I*a*c D Fcrimeer Jno S Bamson Robt Ftoops 8aml Sinoot Capt 8 3 2 PtorerCapt Faml Smith Saml R Bpauldiug S N FaTenber(rJnliu.?8horter Th.is fecofield Jos Sanborn Jno IT Fhane Jos Snoith Jno Fmith Jno D Finith Jno H Fmith Capt J ? 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T Tnfta Kieehnjf Thompson G 0 Tiank Geo W T iJden Geo A Thompson G S T'nmel John Till man Jacob Tpbatn Wm Utlord W R , IO??u Van feeVere ACV?n Incen Iter Veleni AO J \ Vara rave A W Woi drnfT A H- 2 Wood Geo B White ArMoq Wilson BevGA WelehAT right HL Willis Aug Whitaker H 0 iHon sere AO Wyber H J Williams J A Wilson HO 'VVcodAlbtR Walber Henry Wright H? n AR W right HinnnC Wilson UK "" 'T WnlBonC T W ooa C G Wheeler C G Walker Cy rns W ood Ch?? F Watson C F W bitiie? O H Thayer Nel 0 Turner Osburn TracejGilb'TtA Torio Pietro 2 Tannell Harry Taliafero IlnRW Thomas Cap H Trumbie Roben Tuttle U W Thuraton Sanf'd Tebrow J J (col I Tabb? 8 S TiimbleThos Todd 8 im M Torrey Tirner Trask Dr W * Tate Wm 1 rcat Wm O Tilman Wm Taylor Wesley Terine Wm Tenlon Wm V Ti&bals Dr W F Walter Henry ? ? Warwick Henry Whicney Rev N Xtj I. 1 n f tlf! . I . rt T1 A an Voorhees J W 2 ?an Leinark J Valentino Mat A OHburjfn T II Ward J no P Winn Jno .V Wray Capt J A Walker Lewis* Wiley H Waldeeker u Ward Mar end L Wilson M B Waldo M B W hoe'er n Ij Wright Benry Wiliard H II Wideman H F Whistler John Wilbur Jas F 2 * * " 1 ? w *? " ?? wui v nn i WiUon David 1" Wbarffe J D WbiamanDII Wilson John Webster Dan L Wilbur & Co W inaor Fdwd Willmton J 8 Wiilnrd K II Walter Isral W il?ot JSrvm W'eyerJnoH WickesKD I< WardruffJ II Wijnckeback ?F Williama Jot W ilson Ed A Whipple Capt J W ay ?zeklel Welch Job Wilson.^ Finch WbitaJoa V ahidieck F Welsh Jno Wilniai'h F Walsh Ja.*1 Williama I 0 W.jich J W W iiitbrep M ai F Wide Jerome Wilcou Geo If' Wa'.sh Jbo Y-Z 7.nrk David Zitjohke Wight O H Walsh Dr R 8 Whitney & Uics W ilson Robt A. Wharton R S W?llac<? Stryker W. l. h 8 L Weigle Sam Wayne Lt Thos* Wi lmine T J Wilson 8 J W-rt Wm White W B Wright Col W B Wils in W C W'illiam* Wm Wilson W B Wilson Wm 0 WaiKDn W H Wright L B Wilson W VV ?.i*elsr Cap Von ^i'.HDhke L E Voder Cbas F 2 Vfciirg Hortam V< rio I'eter _ -MISCfcLLANF-OCS.?Cerf Levery; Francis R. II. L. K J. II. 8.; Baker John: New Jer<ey Kx pre>s 2. Fo. Car. Tax Cnmini^ion: Il'iok Sandy; llisKx Minuter of New Grenada: W. C. 8AYLES J. BOWKN. Postmaster. BENTISTBY. 1 \KNTI8TRY ?Drs. LOCK WOOD 4 MERRILL, LF Dentists, Room hi. 2, Waahingt 'n^r-y^ Building',corner Penna. avenue ani rthy^Sss* ttrei t. noT I "IR T. B. FRAY8ER. DENlTsr, TKNDE33 ? " his Professional aervicesto the pub-. lie, ai.d will give his undivided attention to the treatment of all Diseases of thu' Teeth. Teeth inserted from one to an entire set. at ti'e shortest notice, with little or no pain. Call early at d see that yonr teeth are secured from the ravages of disease. No charge male for examination or professional advice. Oflice No. 4U3 Seventh st. no* 10-2w* IkENTIBTRV^DrTwTF. MARSU ALL, Dentist, I' No. U'.it Pennsylvania avenue, sec-. Bond door from 13th street, attends to alif branches of the profession. oc l3-2m* QRBAL DISCOVBRYJLN DJNTIBTBY. f m<a SrtrtuiU without pvim with tkt M+Xriu Otytw, i would adfiie all persons kavlm teeth to ex traet to eall at Dr. llWII? offloe,, and have them taken out by thlj newj and harmless process. Also eall and^ examine the Doctor'? new and im proved method of Insortiuf Artificial Teeth. If yon oneeeee the great improvement in hie teeth you will have them In n3 oUer sty le than th's new and valaable one. No, 443, Pa. avenue, between 12th an J ijth etreets. noviS ^ R. LBWIB, M, D , Dentist. M Y JS E Y ii LOO Ml B, M. D . the luVentor and Patentee of the Ml.SXh.AL PLaItB TliTH.at V>nd? personally at hi* office in thla city. Many persons oan wear these1 teeth who cannot wear others, and no parson can wear others who eannet wear taeee. Persons calling at my offloe oan beacoommc late* with any style and price of Teeth they oat desire, but to those who are particular and wlskthe '??KS>V-HoSS?Pjfn'Tl";!"""" between 9th and Kith streetl. AUo, ?0T Arok st? Philadelphia. taari-iy ^'LOAKS, CLOAKS, CLOAKS. L. Mc7NT08II. 4 Market Fpare, Pennsylvania avenue. Receiv.s weekly fr?-u ms Kotablishment, 497 Broadway. New Vork. The le'ett and moat elegant Ftyles of BA8QUB3, BAOQCES.and CIBCCLARS, in every variety of lijaterial, and at the lowest possible priced, dec 6- eo3t* ? UMBER ! LCMiiERl! LUMBER I!! For sale, a lar* e lot ofCONDBMNED LUMBER ? Tail kinds, wlncti will be Fold very low. Apply immediately. JOHN G. STAFFORD, 3<>9 4S. near K street. Inland. nov M lw" MUS J. E. t-PBNUER, (Late of Broadway, New York,) Has removed from Miss Saudfyrd'a to Miss Plait's. No. 246 Pennsylvania avenue between 12th and 15th st<. Mrs. 8 , having constant correspondence In Zurope. will able to furnish tbe Ladies ?f Washington and v!cinty with a:l the most IM PROVED STYLLB in Street, Evening. a"d Dinner P ^ LONDON AND PARIS FASHIONS reeelved monthly. Mourning Orders attended to with promptness, nov 22-2W" telegraphic news. FROM PORT ROYAL, S. C. Ofnrral The Pljkl i( GraliBUii.vllle?Estimate of tnltacai , ?altiri?OurJAdveace in other Direc tions? < With Shfrm??. N*w Yot.k. Dec. *?Tbe s'ean>*r Trade Wind, frorj Hilton Head ou the 3J instant, brtcpe a statements that tbe residents are still cnder arm- and doing guard duty, in conse quence of Gen. Foster having taken all avail sble troops to co-operate with Gen. Sherman, who is scon expected on the coast. A number of Oen. Foster's wonnded bid been brought to HlltoD Head, from wlil?h pllOf heavy firing could be beard. Farther Advices. Nkw York, Deo. 6 ? By tbe steamer Trade Wind we nave Fort Royal advices to tbe 4ti> Instant Tbe Palmetto Herald says, on tbe Viata nil an expedition left Fort Koyal, and went np. Broan river, accompanied by several gunboats and troops; landed at Boyd's Point, and pro ceeded inland several mile*, meeting rebel pickets only. Next morning tne enemy ap peared in lorce on the road leading to Gra natnsville, with ca*alry, miantry, and artil lery. Weadvanced and drove them gradually back to tbeir battery andenti ^uchmeuis, where they made a stand. There was a hot engage meut, lasting seven bonrs, daring whi^h there were charges and counter-charge*, each aide meeting with considerable loss. Night pat a ?top to the fighting, the lines on bo:h sid>>s re maining the same. We took a lew prisoners and lost a few. Our casualties are variously esumated at from GOO to l,?iU. During the evening we fell back a short dis tance unpursued. Bmce then an advance ha? b<"en mada m an other direction. FROM NASHVILLE. Unr Gunboat*Engage tbe Enemy? Forrest Reported Ac rots tne River-Rumored Ad* \nnce into Kentucky. Naphvii.lr, Dec. 8.?Matters at the front present no charge lrona that of several days previous. There was less cannonading to-day than usual. A rebel battery Is established ou tbe bluff fourteen miles down tbe river I^ist night seven gunboats went down and engaged tbe batteries, but without dislodging Uiem irom tbeir position. The boats returned to-day,one of thorn considerably rianiuged. A recocnois ante was made to-day by our forces between tbe Lebanon and Noiansville pike, and alter proceeding a short distance, the enemy were discovered In considerable force. Our troops charged upon the bill, w blch they occupied, and drove them oil". Two or three men weie killed, and seven severely wonrtJed Yesterday's Nashville Press says that For rest, with his command, is said to be across the Cumberland. "We cannot vouch for the truth ot this statement, but give it as we hear it. Impression gains strength among both sol diers and citizens that tbe Confederates are cvncnatlng It thld be so, the march on Ken tucky may be said to have commenced. We think It quite possible?Indeed, probable. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. Piratical Exploits on James River gFor.TRtss Monro:-;, Dec. 7.?Daring the pirutital capture of the tug Lizzie Kreeman while anchored oil the mouth of Warwick river, as heretofore reported, on Monday night, the mate of the tug, Mr. William Spiel, was severely wounded in the shoulder, and one of the colored soldiers acting as guard on the barge Zimmerman, which the tug: had in tow, was shot down in cold blood, and two others dangerously wounded, although they oflered no resistance. The passengers and crew of both the tug and schoonrs were rebbedof their clothing and valuables, and confined in the hold of the barge wi'b tbe batches clc ? >d down for several hours. The steamer Matilc i, pass ing the spot next morning, released them from their unpleasant situation, and conveyed them to Norfolk, Va. ?? The 6teamer Wyoming, which arrived her last night at a late hour, reported having see two scboonfrs and a steainer burning on I>aye Point, the locality of tne occurrence ou Mob (!?v night, and abcut fifty camp fires burning on the shore, from which It Is supposed that the reikis had made another capture, and de stroyed tbe steamer Paiuxent with a tow ot thiee schooners, iwhich left here yesterday afternoon for City Point. The report of the 'Ayoming, however, lacks confirmation. FROM MEXICO. "?access *1 the Jnnrists. T?lfw York, Dec. 9.?By the steamer Arte W4> have Havana advices to the *2d of De cember, and news from tbe city of Mexioo to the 15th ultimo. Mazatlan was captnred on the 30thof October by eijbt hundred Juarists, after an obstinate defence Guadalajara wu declared under martial law on the Kb of Oc tober. Part of the ?Kitli line regiment, the first French troops sent to Mexico, had left for France Eight hundred guerrillas had a'tacked a force under General llivas and were routed. A party that had leitOasoa bad been mnu?d. Communication between Durango and Chi huahua was severed. Cortina has been cap tured. FROM HAVANA. Nkw York, Dec. u.?The Corrywell has ar rived at Havs.na, having a large number of men, it is feared, for pirating. Three others, one an iron-claa, are expected. The notorious blockade-runner Mail, alias Snsenna. was captured on the'2?th of October, by the Metacomet, oft' Camp Echo, with one hundred and lilty bales of cotton The men who arrived here in an open boat report having captured an American l.aiir and burned her. The Indian War? Rattle Near Fort Lyon. Denvhr City. D*c. I>etaehraents of th,j 1st and 3d cavalry, under the command efCol onel Cheviiiger, had a fight witb the Indians near Fort Logan, and Killed bet wen 400 and 500 ol them, and captured about 500 ponies and mules. The chief Black Kettle, White Buffalo, and Little Bob were killed. Our loss is l> killed and wounded. Incendiary Fire. Ni'.v York, Dec, 8.?A large (lovernmen stable at Fort Hamilton was burnt last night It was the work ot incendiary. The horses were saved. Affairs in .N'ew York. The increase of crime in this city has been of so marked a character as to excite the attention even of the authorities recorder Hoffman, in his charge to the Grand Jury on Monday, al luded to the nnprom sing fact, and stated that one hundred and thi ty men are now in prison awai'ing indictmeptfor trial. During the past month the record of metropolitan crime baa been simply hide job. All manner of latamy, all grades at brutality?in short the whote ga mut of wickedress seems to have been run through persistently, villainy tiirnmmtag es pecially upon the murder string. To the oases which comes betore the public must be added those the records of which lie only in the offi ces of reierees, aEd never meet the public eye save in the meerest allusion?. Interminable divorce cases, Involvlug the vilest turpitude, are heard by the score in dingy Wall street&nd William street offices, and yet of these the G rand Juries are in blissful ignorance. Bo It remarked, also, that scandal was never so rife ard society never so thoroughly polluted by social sine. It would appear asthongb wehad Indeed fallen upon evil days when the eYil pas sions grow strictly dominant, ' and will not down." The United States Grand Jury have indicted Isaac Henderson late Navy Agent, for alleged malversations while holding that position. Mr, Hendeison s friends still appear to be confident of his vindication when the case will be sub mitted for trial. Mr. Henderson is likewise de fendant in a civil suit for $128.800,'i!), brought bv Joseph L Savage, a Government contrac tor, the '-ame gentleman upon whose represen tations Mr. Henderson was deprived of bU office and arrested upon tbe above charges. Jndf;? Russell, in view of tbe recent mania for robbery and assault, has publicly declared his intention to visit upon every offender convicted before him of robbery with danger ous weapons the fullest penalty of tbe law. A short time ago he sentenced one ot the rascals to imprisonment lor twenty yeais and sis months. Judge Cardozo has denied the motion for tne removal ot the case of General Bmler to the United Statf s Courts. A Lett KB f?;om Mr.I.iiKooi.T?.?Deacon John Philips, of Sturbridge, Mastu^husetts, whese great rge?one hundred frnd our years?did not prevent btm trom doing bis duty at the polls on the 8th of November, has received tbe lollowu:g letter trom ,he" " Exbcutiv* Mansion, } ?? Washington, Nov. 41, 1&>4. \ .. i),-_ c.r?I have heard of tbe Incident at the DolIs ls joor town, in which you acted arable a part, and 1 take the liberty of writing to vou to express rov personal *rati Z J"tnr me compliment paid Yne by tfie*suftrage ot ?l . Itizen to venerable. "The example of such devotion to civic Unties in one whose days have already been extended hn average lifetime beyond the vralmlst's limit caurot but be valuable aud fruitful. Itianot for myself, only, bnt for tbe connlry.wbhh yon have In yomr sphere servea to Ion* *nd "O well, that 1 inu.uk j oa. Tour friend and servant, ??A. 1-mcoLa. \ "Peacon John Philips."