Evening Star from Washington, District of Columbia on October 1, 1864 · Page 1
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ira. xxiv. WASHINGTON, D C. SATlRliAY. OCTOBER 1. I8tf4 N2. 8.617. ? ?a?mt una? r*?aaa-Mrta M ???????? fO? LOAN | __ , ?"??^????????????^?????.???.. K ? V . Z O?1"*??, gi'?* that aubBcriptlons wtfl I ae rawMved by th? Treasurer ef the united State? ^???errerai A sei su? t Treasurer* and D???*mat-d ^Depoaltorie? and by the National Ban??d**ignated nd ?nal i ft e* a? I ??posi tori?? ??d Flaaonlal A**at?' ?Vt Treasury ?ote? payable tbre? year? fro? Au*n*t IS, 1864. baarin? Interest at tb? rat? *f ?even and tare* tent be tot cent ?*r annum, with ?emi annual coupons attaeb?d. payable in lawful mener. The*? notes will be convertible at the optioa of the bolder at meturlty Into ali per cent, ?eld bearin* bends, redeemable after 8ve and payable twenty year? from August 15, 18*7. Tbe Note? will be issued in the denomination a o fifty, nee hundred. ??<? hundred, one tbenaand an five thousand dollar?, and will he ieaued ia blank, or payahl? to order, aa may be directed by the sab aeribera. AH anbscriptlou mast be for fifty dollar?, 0r ?eme multiple n' fifty dollar?. Duri?rate certificat?? will be issued for all depoa ftss. Tbe party depositing must endorse apon tbe original certificate the denomination of notes re ?aired. aad whether they ar? to be leaned in blank or pay ah le to order When ao endorsed it must be left with the officer receivin* the deposit, tobe forwarded to thia Department. Tb? not?? will be transmitted to the owner? free of traaapertatinn charge? as aoon aft*r the receipd ofjh? original Certificat ea of Deposit aa they can ???prepared. Interest will be allowed to An gast 15 on all A?*?aits mad? prior to that date, and will be paid by the Department upon receipt of the ori*inal ??rti Beate?. A? tbe notes draw intereat from Aucust 15, per psna makin* deposita subsequent to that date . mast pay the intereat accrued from date of not? to h?_. at? of depoait. *?? Partie? depositing twenty-flr? thousand dollar? aad upwards for theae not?? at aay one time will be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per Cent., which will be paid by thi? Department upon receipt of a bill for th? amount, certified to by officer with whom tbe depoait waa made. No deduction? for sommiaeieua must be made from Be depoaita. Officer? reeeivin* depoaita will see that the proper endorae enta ar? made upon tbe original certificates. AU officer? authorised to receive deposits are requested to give to applicants all desired Information, and afford every facility for makin* aubpsriptiona. W. P. FBS8B.NDBN, It Jh-tf Secretary of the Treasury. TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. vom .V MOM CB TO TRAVELLERS TO FORTRESS . MONHOE ANDN03FOLK.VA., IROM WASUIN<.Tqw?IA BALTIMORE, BY BAY LINE STEAM|nj On and after MONDAY, 2*th instant, the Bay LiDe Steamers will leave Baltimore for Fortress Monroe and Norfolk, at 4.30 p. m. Passengers from Waabington. will take the 11.15 a. m. train, to eonaect with the Bay Line Steamera. No connection wiih 3 ? m. train aa heretofore 'iep 24 M. N. FALL8, President. PAL ? ?.VIO RE ANI? OHIO RAILROAD0b aad after Sunday, June l9tb, 1854, Daily Trains ?ill be run between Washington and New York aad Washing-ton and the Weat. aa follow?: A PHILADRLPB1A, NRW YORK AND BOSTON. Leave Washlngton at 7.30 a. m.,11.15 a m.,and *jn ? m. daily, except Sunday. Ore Suaday at s .30 p. ra. only. FOB HALTIMORB AND PHILADELPHIA. Leave Washington at 3 pm. daily, except Sub? day. Paeaen*ers will note that this tra?a runs as far ta Philadelphia only. FOR NEW YORK. Leave Washington daily at 5.99 p. m. Taw train is for New York pas ^enters exclusively. FOR BALTIMORE. Leave Washington at 5.30 a. m., 11.15 a. m.,flp. a . 4.C5P m., 7.90 p. m . and 8.3" p. m.,except HunOs Sunday st 7.30 s- m..3p. ra., and 890 p. m, FOR ALL PARTS OF THB WEST. Leave Washington at 5.30 a. m. and3,4.43and 8.90 m daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at 3 and 8.3" p. m ?Haket* aold to all pointa WB8T, and bottate ?BB? ih'cu*h. FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave Washington at 5.30 a. m. and 4.45 p.m. aaily.exc-p* Sunday. Bo train For Annapolis on Sunday. Traiaa leaving Washington at 7.3?> a. m. and Un p.m. go through to New York without chant* 'cor*. 8kwpiB*eareon6.9iand8.3np. m. traina Bertha ?a be ? UTjad until 6 p. m. daily at the ticket offe?. After tas*- hour tbey must be secured of ths asada* earwednctor. Tb? frrt aad fifth traina atop at all way point?. Th? 3 p. m train stops only at Bladeaabur*, , Bel tarili?, Laurel. Annapolis Junction and Belay "?nifj daily, except Sunday. Badar it atop? at all way points. PABTICULAB NOTICE. Paaaengert will please observe that the 3 p.m. train runs only as far as Philadelphia daily, except tmeufeiy. On Sunday It rune to Baltimor e only. Aleo, that the 6.3U?. *i. Irata takes New York passengert For further Information, tick?** of any kind, Ae.. apply to GEO. 8. EOONTZ-?eant at Washington, or at the Ticket Office W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation. L. M.OOLS GeneraTTicket Agent. "6 20-tf G EBAT PENNSYLVANIA BOUTE ?S BBS NORTHWEST AND SOUTH***T. ?asrVfor B?miraand"th? North and Pittaburf ?ad tb? West. _ SLEEP ING CAM ? JUsJbbI l^attaaa, unis ONI OS AND AND AFTBB NOVSMBBB ???? train? will l?ate Baltimore from ths North CalVsrt Btatien as foUows :_aa? a a? 1\$?,&??^??^^??1$ f : ft Li*btnin* Bxpre?-?--8J0 P. M. THE UM M. TRAIN PROM WASHINGTON ?onaecte with the?.? a. m. train from Baltimore for Pittsburg and the West.and for Blmira, Buffalo, ?ochester. Dunkirk, danan.dai.ra?, ***?.? a****Fall?. and for New York city, THB 1.20 P. M. TRAIN FBOM WASHINGTON secta with the 9.30. p. m. train from Baiti ?1?8'"??s???? AT GOVBBSBBBT BaTBI. NE THBOUGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY. LOW F ABB AND QUICK TIMB. _? bW*For tickets and say informatioa apply at th* \WW*?o of the Great Pennsylvania Route, corner oWtrmtm. aveno?? and sth atreet. under National Hotel. ?wr?,Sni,'li?K0n.?:k Bau and Ticket Aaent. so? 5th ?t and ?t>tr _ Penn. avena?. DiAPI KBAD! READ1 BEAD ! BBW FALL AND WINTER GOOOS.-Just received a large assortment of Gent's Furnishing Good?. ? Min ?sin*the lateet styles, at SMITH A BBALL'S.No. 3617th street, between I and Beta. Persona will do well to call and examine our itosi of FI KMtliINO i.iJUDd befor?? purchasing elsewhere, as w will guarantee to aave them 10 ?er Sect., at SMITH A BEALL'S,7th atreet, bet. I aau ? ata.. No. 361. Tboee in want of BU8INE88 8U1T8, will please call and examine sample *ooda.aa we have a choice aelaetioD ot piece goods on hand, at SMITH A BULL 11,7th etreet, bet. land E.No. 3b 1. CUSTOM GOODS MA DB TO OBDEB.-P?raona ia want of Basine?? or Black Dr**? Suite, wll tiod aatly to their advantage to call at SMITH A ILS. 7th street, bet. I and K, No. 361. itarreai hi AL 1 BOYS' 8???.?We have Juet receive! onr lar*e fall aad winder s'ock of Boya' Clothin*. which we are offering at very low price?. Remember the pise?, SMITH A BBALL'8, 7th etreet, bet. land K. So. 361. aepie-lm* *?67 D ??"t? 367 J. T. BlnWBLt. BlC*aSbHBBBSRSOB. KIDWELL A HENDEBSON, 367 D Street, near Ninth, Franklin Hall Buildin*. |ld respectfully iatorm their Menda and the Re that tbey are now receivin* their Fai _*k of PAPBRHANOING8 and WINDOW BaaABES. PAPBBOUBTAINS, PICTURE COEDS aadTAS?ELS, ??. AH of the latest styles and ?t ?dps lowest caah pricea AJTaaper hun* in the city or country by experienced workman, at abort notice. *-imb?r the place. N?. 36T ? atreet, nea* p-aac^oaB ?tafr ?,_m_ J SCHOOL BOOKS. CavT RKCBIV Kl? a fall and complete stock of SCHOOL BOOBS. which we offer for aale at th? loweat priceaAlso a full stock of ?ebcol requis? tea embracin* Flats?. Blate and Lead Psncila, Blank Books, 8Uttettery. Ink.F?aa, Rubber. Black Board aad Slate Selber?. Ac, Ac. WM BALLANTYNB. *^P *-1 m 49*3 7th ?t., bet. ? aad ? ata. itti, I las* Broom's,) WJ? rlvaaiaav????, *??***??? .__ WsablasrVja. . Q. t Tul NBW tOSE NBWePAPKBSFOBWABDl 1 BD FROM Miff YOSE DAILY, at afolar , reduced priew?.--T?rB-e, for on? year, payable la P?uStte?E&..1i^&!SXfc I lark. ?t-aBS AUCTION SALES. r FT U RE DAYS. ? Y JAB. O. McGUIRI A 00.. Auctioneer?. DK8IRABLE DWELLING ??0?8? AND LOT ON NORTH L STREUT. BITWEEN G?? AND 1T?? STREETS WEST On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, October 5th 186-, at 4S o'clock, on th. premi? ?, we aba 1 aell a des rabie two ?tory and attic Frame Dwelling House with back building, being th- western honee of tie row known aa "Holme.' Row," and containing nine ro?ms. Terms ca h. Title perfect. Conveyances and stampa at the eost ef tre purchaser. sep 30 d JAS. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aneto. ? Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. CHANCERY PALE OP VALUABLE VACANT LOTS AT THE CORNIR OF F STREET NORTH AND 12TH STREBT WEST. Pursuant to a decree of tbe Supreme Court ofthe District of Columbia passed on the 9th day oi September. A. D. 1 f">4. in a c-rtaio cause (No. ltU, equity) wherein Lloyd W. William? is complainant aid Arthur Neleon and other? are d?fendante, the undersiBnedTruBtee will, on WEDNESDAY, the 12th day ot October. A D 1864. at ? o'clo?s p. m., in front of the premises, sell, at public auction the following described piece? of ground, si tuate in tbe city of v. achiugton and District of Columbia with tbe appurtenances thereto belonging- vis : The east part of Lot 15. in square 290. fronting fifteen feet on F street north and running back with tbat width the depth oi said lot. And the north part of Lot 17, in same square, (290.) fronting twenty eight feet and six i neh-s on llth street west and running baca with that width the depth of the lot. * Terms of sale, as prescribed by the decree, will be: One third of the purchase money in cash; and tbe residue in six and twelve months with interest from the ?ay of ?ale, for which the purchaser's nctes, wilh approved security, will be taken, with a retained lien on tbe premises. If tbe terms of sale be not complied with in five days thereafter, the Trustee reserves the right to re-sell tbe property on which default shall be made, at the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser, on one week's public notice. Cost of conveyances and stamps to be paid by the purchaser, JOHN C. KINNEDY Trustee. ?ep?O eoAds JA9. O. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. ? Y GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers No. .'/??_?> corner 71 n and D atre, ta n ir'.h. TRUPTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE LOTS ON 191II STREIT EAST, NEAR NORFH ? 8TR '? AT AUCTION. Bv virtu? of a deed of trust, dated the 28th day of September, VMS, recorded in Liber J A 8 ' No Is.. Folios 73, 74, 75 and 76. one of the lain records if Washing? ?n county, D. 0.. I shall sell, in front of the premises, on TUESDAY, the llth day of October next at ? o'clock p. m., all of Lots Nos. 3 and 4, in Square No. 1,011. The abo ? pr< perty Is situated where the Philadelphia Company ie building. | Terms : One-half cash, balance in six and twelve month?, from day tn sale with interest and the paymenta thereof, to be secured by notes from the purchaser, endorsed to the satisfaction of the trustee. A deed given and a deed of truet taken. If terme of sale are not complied with in 5 days from the d?y of sale the property will be resold after one wet-k'snotice given in the Evening Star, at tbe risk and cost of the defailting purchaser All Conveyances, including revenue stampe at the cost of tbe purchaser. Fifty dollars will be required when the property is knocked off and if not paid down it will be then put np again and sold to tne n.xt highest bidder who shall comply with tbe terms. JOSEPH PECK. Trustee. ?ep20eodAda GRIIN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. ? Y J. 0. MoGUIRE A 00., Auctioneers. TRU-TEE'S SALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY NEAR L STREET NOKTH, BETWEEN 6TH AND 7TII 8TREETS WIST. On THUkBDAY AFTERNOON, October 6, at ? o'clock on the premises, by virtue of a deed of trust from Adolph P. Lippnurd and wife, dated April 3,1857, and duly recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 131, folios 247. et seq. .one of the Land Records for Washington County, D. O.we shall aell part of Lot No. 4. in Square No. 449. fronting 14 feet ? inches on north L etreet, between 6tn a_d 7th streetawest, and running back 78 feet ? inches. Also, a rear portion of the said Lot No. 4. fronting 29 feet*, ? the 30- foot alley, and extending back that width 40 feet, improved by a frame tenement. Term? cash. Conveyances and revenue stamps at the cost of the purchaser. AMOS YOUNG. ( ??-_._?_._._ HILLARY C. OFF?TT,. Trustees. sepKeoAd J.C. McGUIRE ss. CO..Aneto. APPLEBY FARM, NEAR OAMBRIDG?, DORCHESTER CO., MD., FOR BALE. I will sell at auction at the Court House door, in Cambridge, on SATURDAY, 8th of October, Appleby Farm, my presett residence, containing about W acres of land, ME acres of which is arable, ina bign atate of cultivation: the balance 91 acres in timber, from which 2,<0" cord? of wood may be cut. and leave enough for the farm. This farm adjoins the beautiful and pleasant town of Cambridge, and has on ita comme dious dwelling, four rooms on the first and second doors each,as attic atd cellar pantry, kitchen an?? quarter connected; an office on tbe lawn, overseer's house, ice houne, and all necessary out "house?; a fine garden, large lawn, and s young orchard of select fruit trees. So de- raMe a farm and residence is rarely for sale Persons wishing to purchase are hereby invited to come and eee the ? ace; those on the Western Bhore can reach it by steamer from Baltimore on Wednesday or Saturday and return the next day The ?ale will take place after the arrival of the steamboat on Saturday, the 8th day of October?say about 2 o'cleck ? m. Terme: f lo.r_ocaah,or in afew days; thebalance on time to suit _- _ ... The Wheat Crop will be seeded in due fleaeon. Ihe Stock and Farming Utensil- on the farm will be for sale at a subsequent.day. ________ THOMAS H. HTCK8. se_3-eotd Cambridge, Md. THE MOST POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSB IS SMITH. BROS, k CO.. 40 West Baltimore street, Baltimore. SMITH, BROS. A CO., Clothiers and Merchant Tailors, 40 We? t Baltimcre street. The Bon Ton Merchant Tailors. No 40 West Baltimore st., Baltimore, Md. ?. B. Goods of all descriptions at reasonable prices. Wasnlngtoniana can save 20 per cent, by getting their Clothing mad. ?*_..__,__ fc 40 West Baltimore street. The best and cheapest Clothing House iu the country is SMITH, BROS. A CO., 40 West Baltimore street. MARBLE nALL CLOTHING HOUSB. 40 West Baltimore st , Bai -imo re. Ml. Persons in Washington can save 2. per cent, by buying their Clothing of_ _._ * SMITH, BROS. A CO., 40 West Baltimore street. Our Washington cuetomers can find the best stock of Clothing in the country?every article aponged-at 8MITH. BROS. A CO., 40 West Baltimore atreet. The leading Clothing House of Baltimore offer? the fineat stock of Clothing in the country. SMITH, BROS A CO , Marble Hall, 40 West Baltimore street. Do not fail to come to SMITH, BROS. GO. to get your Clothing. 40 West Baltimore atreet. The plscs where everybody gets suited. SMI ?H. BB08. A GO., 40 We at Baltimore atreet. Tbe only house ia Baltimore or Washington that sponge all their Gooda. _ mm'f , 8MITH, BROS. A CO , 40 Weat Baltimore street. All Discharged Soldiers in Washington are ? ITereS a disoount of io per cent, by buying of us. SMITH, BROS. A CO , 40 West Baltimore street. Discharged Soldiers can save twenty dollars en a Suit b, buying of ._.__,__ BR08 40 Weat Baltimore at., Baltimore, MJ. It will pay all to come to Baltimore to buy your CLOTHING. SMITH. BROS A CO., Merchant Tailors and Clothiers. Be sure and come to 8MITH, RROS. A CO., Marble Hall Clothing Homse,40 West Baltimore street, to g.t Tour Wj^Winto^Cloth?.. Merchant Tsilors snd Clothier?. 40 Weet Baltimore street. ??.? top PANTS. French and Baglish WALK INO COATS. Peltoe'a ancy and plain SACKS; aleo, the new atyle 8A0RATIL, tbe prettleet coat out. AH to endleaa varietle? at SMITH, BROS. A CO.'8 Popular M-rMe Hall Clothing House, 40 Weet Baltimore atreet._ Bep 24 3m ?1RBMBNTS INBURANCI COMPANY WASHINGTON AND GEORGETOWN. CAPITAL.? 4800.000, Q?ee Com ^an^tiana Aeenue, Over IN8?BB ^^^^.?jmun B'saoToas: ?oemaker. John D. Barclay, r?__l??? ?_*_G?__ 5?t?ws-i, arker, ^^L^fPi j?. a. ?>??*?, Dr. 0. W. Davi?, Samuel Bedfern, Bobert White. William WHso-h , T. Edward Clsrk. H.ehWfr?o__jtoW _._ a ^ABABB-,PWB.Il-rt, ABBL G. D ? ?I?. See y. eep G ?MUSKMKN'iX CANTEKBI RY HALL. H~AWLWL f??NT?BB?BY HALL'i THEATER LooiaiABA Avbsob, Near Corner of Sixth street. Rear of National and Metropolitan Hotels. I bobsa Aba. ? C?vA*4oa* Louis SsoLLObV_ J?bm ???pt?...m.-Musical Director . Proprietor Stase Manager Ballet Maater UNPBBCEDENTBD ENTHUSIASM Witnessed at each performance of te TALENTED DOUBLE COMPANY. CROWDED Affa DISTINGUISHED A?DIENCB8. DlPTINGt ISHKO AUDIBNOB-J. DISTINGUISHED ADDIBN0B8. DISTINGUISHED AUDIKNCE8. DI8TINGri8HEl) AUDIENCES. DISTINGUISHED AUDIENCES. The anccess of tbe Canterbury since the opening of the Fall and Winter Season is WITHOUT PRECEDENT OR PARALLEL, m the Concert Hall history, beia* TBR?NGED NIGHTLY THRONOED NIOHTLY THRONGED NIGHTLY THRONGED NIGHTLY m with CRITICAL JUDGES and FASTIDIOUS AUDIENCES. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED. THE GREAT STAR COMBINATION IN ONE HUGE ENTERTAINMENT. Last week of the BEWITCHING BEAUTIES, HE Vi ITCHING BEAUTIES, BEWITCHING BEAUTIS8, BEWITCHING BEAUTIES, MILLIE MILLIE MILLIE MILLIE MILI IE MILLIE MILLIE MILLIE Mil LIE MILLIE Misses and liara and o lara and claka and clara and clara and clara and Clara ano clara and clara AND CLABA FOWLER, FOWLER, FOWLER, rOWLBB, fowls?, FOWL SB, FJWLER, PO W LEB, FOWLER, FOWLEBs W. B, CAVANAGH, W. B. CAVANAGH, tbe Irish Comedian. JENNIE ENGLE, JENNIE ENGLE. the Favorite 8oa*atrese. JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHM MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, the Ethiopia* Prince. DELEHANTY AND WARD DBLEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD,4 DELEHANTY AMD WARD, DBLEHANTY AND WABD, DBLEHANTY AND WARD, DBLEHANTY AND WARD, DELBHANTY AND WABD, the Champion Clo*opodists, DAN. W. COLLINS, DAN. W. COLLINS, DAN. W. COLLINS, ?AN. W. C0LLIN8, the Happy Old Man. JOHN BEDDBN, JOHN REDDEN, JOHN REDDEN. the Capital Song and Dance Man. J. J. DOUGHERTY. J. J. DOUGHERTY, the Favorite Negro Delineator. HALL, ENNI8 AND PERKINS, HALL, BNNI8, AND PERKINS, HALL, EBNIS, AND PERKINS, in their specialties. THEGBEAT CORONET OF BEAUTY, TUB GREAT CORONET OF BBADTY, THB GREAT CORONET OP BEAUTY, THE GREAT CORONET OK BEAUTY, THE GREAT CORONET OF BEAUTY. THE GREAT CORONBT OF BEAUTY, MI8S ELLA WESNER. MISS MARY WESNER. MISS EMMA SOHELL, MISS MARY GARDNER, M188 LIZZIE WESNER MISS LEONORA CRBBD. ttise MAGGIE WILSON, MISS NELLIE LEWIS, MIS? JENNIE BISHOP. in their Terpsichorean Feats. Firet week HOW HOW HOW HOW HOW HOW HOW HOW BOW HOW of the Pantomime TO AVOID THE TO AVOID THE TO AVOID THE TO AVOID THE TO AVOID THE TO AVOID THE TO AVOID THB TO AVOID THE TO AVOID THE TO AVOID THE of DRAFT. DRAPT. DRAFT. DRAFT. -. KAFT. DBAFT. DRAFT. DRAPT. DRAFT. DBAPT. The Beautiful Spanish Ballet, arranged by Mons. Szollossy, entitled THB THB THB THB THB THB 1?? THB OORSAIR; GOR8AIB; COB8AIB; CORSAIR; CORSAIR; C'RSAIR; CORSAIR; CORSAIR; and tbe Scottish Divertissement, F LOW URS OF BLLBSHBER. FLOWBB8 OF BLLESHEER. PLOWBB8 OF BLLB8HEER. BEGULAR MATINBE FOB LADIBS. RE?LLAR MATINBB FOB LADIES. BEGULAB MATINEE FOR LAt IBS. REGULAR MATINEE FOR LADIES, BBGULAB MATINEE FOB LADIBS, BATURDAY SATURDAY SATURDAY BATURDAY BATURDAY AFTBRNOON, AFTERNOON, AFTERNOON, AFTERNOON, AFTERNOON. PBIGES OP ADMISSION. Parquette. Balcony, and Gallery-__ 15 e?nts Orchestra chaira-.~. ? ___ 50 cents Reserved Orchestra seats. ..?__^.._ 76 cent? Lower Pr?vete Boxea, holding six panons.... ? 00 Upper Balcony Boxea.-?.- ---?,. $6 ? Single seats in Balcony Box.?..._|? oo Private Boxea and Reserved Seats can be secured f oe 10 in the morning till 2 p. m. NOTICB. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. EXTRA ENTER TAINMENT, FO? THE -"*??BENEFIT Off THE ENROLLED MEN IN THB FOUBTH WABD, FOUBTH WABD, FOURTH WABD, fOTBTV? JaBD, WJ F??BTFOUBTH 1458: barv hav??kindly ^faB^ered, to*ether with the Fall Or ?heat ra. TICKSTI0AM BMOBJTAIM? Off ANY Off TB? AMUSKM?NTS. MiKI?'? ?.MW THEATER. Tenth street, above Pennsylvania avenue. JOHN ? FORD. Proprietor and Manager , Also of Uoliidar Street Theater, daltiroore ? ?tage Manager.Mr. John B. Wright Leader..! Orche? ra..Mr W. Wiih r? Treasurer.. .Mr. H. Clay Ford For tbe benefit of the enrolled of tbe ? hiri ward '.HIS ISatnrdayi AFTEKNOON, commer.rioK at _ o'clock, ou which occasion the popular favorite MISS MAGGIB MITCHELL, will appear u. her deliabtful im.-rr-on.tion of MARGOT, THE POULTRY DEALER. Tb- perf-rmance will conclude with the laughable farce of tbe ?J_Z JEALOUS STOCKBROKER. Selim Petti bone-?..Mr, J. T. Raymond ?? l appearance here thi? seas n. In t^e evering, comtnen.ing at .o'clock, la? performance of FANCHON. THE CRICKET, Panch?n........ .Maggie Mitchell On ai. nday. first timo this eeaaon. the miaical drama, adapted expressly fur Mi-? Mitchell, enti? tledthe "Pearl of Savoy ,^or, Mother'? Prayer." ?RO.__.-t? THEATER. Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard'? Hotel. THISiSanmay ITEMING Oct. 1. MR AND MRS BARNEY WILL?aMS A GREAT SA1UKDAY BiLi,-THREE EXCELLENT PIECES The performance commence? with the drama of WIL'IE RBILLBY; Or A TAl I OF MONSTER. To be followed by Mrs. Barney Williams'? charming Protean Com.dietfa IN AND OUT OF PLACE. Mrs. Barney V illiams in six distinct character?. Tne Performance will conclude with the Scream ing Irish Farce of the _ HAPPY MAN._ FORD'S THEATER, Tenth Stebt, Abovs E. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 1ST, Co . meticing at Three O'clock, BENRFItOf THE THIBD WARD FUND, TO BELIEVE DRAFTED MEN, 0. W>i?-lgi*ef_ion :r __I_S MAGGIE MI EC HILL Wilftoear inJUftMama of MXWGOT. QMH POULTRY DIALER. im? ? Margot..??-?._Mise Maggie Mitchell And the Farce??*??*' THI JEALOUS STOCK BROKER. Mr. Selim Pettibone.Mr. J. T. Raymond. SATURDAY EVENING, MISS MAGGIE MITCHELLS Last time as _ FANCHON. sep30-2t RIVERS' AND DERIOUS' COMBINATION CIRCUS AND BEDOUIN ARAB TROUPE Will exl ibit at Washington, corner of New York avenue acd 6ib sts,, for a few days, commencing THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 18C4. Amongst the Stars will be found the wonderfu BEDOUIN ARABS, who played last winter at Grover's Theater, THE DELAVANTE BBOTHERS, The Child Wonder, Master EDDIE RIVERS, The youthful ? ondin, JOHN FOSTER. The Great American PHILO NATHANS, HARRY KING, R. RIVERS, E. DERIOUS, Bealdeg a full and efficient corps of Gymnastsand Rider?. Leader of Bard, OSCAR P. PERRY, formerly the Baxter Zouaves. Performances AFTERNOON AND EVENING at S and S o 'clock. Admission 50 cents; children25 cent?. eep-7-lw D. A. KEY, Agent. Engagement of the celebrated Equestrians MADAME SH0WLE8 AND J. 8H0WLES, With hi? celebrated performing HORSES, MULBS AND PONIES, Who Will make their first appearance _monday, got. 3,_ varieties: varieties : mubighall and thbater. ( Fronting Penna avenue and Ninth Street.) IITZSIMM0N8 Proprietor and 8tage Manager SOTTO NIGHT-V^"TO NIGHT. FITZ SIMMONS' LAST GREAT DRAMA, CONVICT S SKULL, CONVICT'8 8KCLL, or ROMAR THB VAGRANT. ROMAR THB VAGRANT. Also, THB DOUBLE MUSIC HALL 8H0W, BY THE PEOPLE'S MUSIC HALL COMPANY WEDEN?DAY AFTBRNOON, at 3 p. m., only afternoon performance of the Convict's Skull. SATURDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. Oct. 1st FITZ SIMMONS' GREAT BENEFIT. Admission __ and 50 cents; Boxes .5. PJL? NICS, EXCURSIONS, *c. A PIC NIC?TO BE G?VEN BY THE YOUNG Mene Club at Ju-n man's Pleasure ___ Garden?, on tbe corner of 4th and E streets, j9 l.'apitoi Hill, TUBSDAY,Octoberthe (th. _M Tickets .1, admitting a gentleman and 4_ft ladies. . oc 1 3t* G .RAND BALL, Corner of 2d and F Streets,Island, A BALL Will be given at tbe above place on TUESDAY, Octobkb 4th. _ TICKETS dO CENTS, admitting a gentleman and ladies. oc l-3t* __k H UBRAH FOR THE HERO OF ANTIETAM ! A FOURTH GRAND BALL or THB McCLELLAN 800IAL CLUB Will be given at SE ??? ? HALL, At tbe Cerner of Ninth and D Streets, On MONDAY, October 3d, For the benefit of 8T. ANNE'S INFANT ASYLUM. As this Club is not a political one, we invite all to attend, as the obiect is a charitable one. Tickets ef the 25th ef September will be received at the Hull door. TICRBT8 ONE DOLLAR, admitting gentleman and ladies, oc i 2t* D ANGING AGADBMY. A H. J. BU0SELL WILLOPBN HIS ACADEMY, AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL, Seventh etreet, between D and E streets, ON MONDAY.BEPT. 2?TH. Ladtf ?, Mi-see, and Master'? Class on MONDAY and WBDNESDAY Afternoon, from two to five o'clock. Gentlemen's Claas on the same evenings from aevtn to ten o'clock. For f articulara call at tbe hall on days of tui tion,_ aep 17-eom F ?. LABBE'B DANOINQ AOADBMY. F.*B. LABBE has the honor of informing his patrone and the public that, in consequence an of his not being ?ble to obtain his room until g# November, ne ie obliged to postpone theJRIM commencement of hie classe? in WaehingtoBUEi? until that time. Due notice will be given in f-^Jre advartiaement? of the exact time._sep 15 THIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICI That the subscriber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington county. In the District of Columbia, letter? of administration W. A on the pereonai estate of ?.. B. Crampton. lateot Washington citi. D.C.daa^aaea. All per?one having claim?i-gainat the aaid deceased .are hereby warned to exhibit the ?am?, with the Touehers thereof. UtheTribacAher, on or before the 23d day of August next: ther watteu* 5 ?_?"** *?~ ???* _glSa^!1tt?HiB _____?* ??0 FAMILIES, H0TBL8, AND WASHBRCOBUBN'8 WASHING FLUID. ?stand cheapest srUclein use._ A ; loom ?epzTsoSw VUBUJWV WAoninit rtiUlMf. The bs*t and cheapest srUcle in use. A pint will do a? much wasting aa Ove pound? of 8oap. For Ml? only my ??A?-_---_. __ 3?3 Fenn?ylv4nia.?Tcnae. ? TKLEUKaPHK) news. OFFICIAL WAR BULLETIN. The Bieveraeat Againat ? ichmond ??ilari, ?u? aucceas of Meade aad Warren?Ene? my'?? Liar? Triumpbaatly tarried ?Capture < f PriBoaere, etc.?Assault on Bat? 1er'?.? omniand HepaUed?Latest Reperti From Sheridan?Yrllaw Ferer at New? bern, N. C ? Shermaa's Exchangee in Georgia Wab Dbpabtvbbt, > Washivotobt, September 30, MM. J Major General Dix, New York : A despatch from General Grant, dated halfpast three o'clock this afternoon, at City Point, states thst Warren attacked and carried the enemy's line to day on their extreme right, captunn* a number of prisoners. He immediately prepared to lollow op his success. Gen'l Meade mor ed from his left tbis morning, and Cbrried the enemy's Une Bear Poplar Grore Church A later dispatch, dated this evening at5 p.m., just receired, states that General Butler, at 3 p. m , reported tbat tbe enemy had just made an assault, in three columns, on his line, neat Chapin's farm and had been repulsed. No re? port bad been received from General Meade sltce be carried tbe enemy's line near the Pop. lar Grore Church. No intelligence of Gen. Sheridan's operation? has been receired since Sunday night, except through the Richmond papers, and tbe latest ? e port Irom that source that has reached this department was tbe advance of his cavalry to Staunton, heretofore mentioned. Petersburg papers ol to-day mention a rumor, wbkb tbey soy is not confirmed, that one brigade of Sheridan's cavalry was ambushed at Swift Bun Creek Dit-pat?.hes from New Berne, receired this eveninz, state that yellow fever is extensirely prevailing at that place, but is not very fatal among tbe troops. They are encamped outside the town. A dispatch from Gen. Sherman, dated halfpast eight o'clock last night, states that he has made an actual exchange of two thousand of his own army, and has made an arrangement with Hood to send to our other prisoners a supply of clothing, soap, combs, Ac. Edwim M Stanton, Secretary of War. FROM MISSUL'RI. Attack on Pilot Knob Repulsed?Great Slaughter o? the Enemy?lia m age Done in tbe State. St Louis, Sept. 30.?Captain Hill wbo has arrived bere, gives a detailed account of the defence of Pilot Knob, but which doe? not differ materially from tbe report already telegraphed. At one time the rebels were so near the fort that they got on tbe drawbridge, which was r own, the ropes having broken, but were driven back with great slaughter, and forced te retreat Our line fired about 300 rounds. A train of (it wagons bad been destroyed by the rebels between Irondale and Mineral Point, and the men massacred without demanding tbeir surrender. One brigade of Gen'l Smith's forces are now stationed at Wetimac Bridge, a few miles below Jefferson Barracks, the remainder of his command being at the latter place. Nothing is known this morning of the wbereabonts or movements of the enemy. The towns of Ironton, Arcadia, Mineral Point, and Potos?, suffered great injury. The crops in that country are entirely destroyed, and many citizens are literally ruined. A party of rebels were reported to be moving, yeeterday morning, via Ricbwood and Washington, towards tbe Boutb branch of the railroad, but no tidings have yet been receired o? the damage to the road. Movement?? of Gen? Ewing St. Louie, Sept. 30.?The telegraph between Franklin and Holla has been interrupted since last night, indicating the presence of rebels 011 the southwest branch of the road. It is supposed that If Gen. Ewing reached Harrison Station and found the road cut east of him, he would attempt to reach Rolla, whore Gen. McNeil is strengthening tbe fort, having the entire male population working sn the fortifications. One of the forts commands every approach to the town. Gen. Fisk has called ont the militia of North Missouri again, to take the field against guerrillas. He confirms all the accounts of the contraband massacre. Gen. Douglass is already in pursuit of Anderson. A butcher's train went down to De Soto to-day, and found tbe Iron Mountain clear and saw nothing of tbe enemy. The condition of affairs below Le Soto are unknown. The rebels captured about 1,000 pigs of lead Gen. Pleasanton relieved Gen. Blair of the command of the city and county of St. Louis to-day. Pilot Knob Held by the Rebels. St. Lone, Sept. 30.?The mail agent of the Southwest Branch railroad arri red to-night. He reports that Gen. E wing reached Harrison's Station about ten o'clock last night, closely pursued by the enemy. Fighting has been going on, but the result is unknown. The road is cut this side of Harrison, and the towns ot Cuba and Bourbon are burning, Harrison ben.g between these two towns. The supposition is that Hie road is cut both sides of that point, securing communication with both St. Louis and Rolla. Escaped prisoners who arrired at De Soto to-day report that Pilot Knob is still held by the rebels, bnt their numbers and probable movements are not known. It is understood that a portion of General Smith's lores starts for Franklin, the intersection of ths Parsati*and Southwest branch roads, lorty miles ?ja*eVf?f here, to-night. rfMrTl TENNESSEE. Movements!!*? Forrest? No Communication Sent? *f .Vlunreesboro?Destruction of Bridges, Etc. Nashvillb, Sept. 30.?Forrest, on the night of the 28th, was at Fayettevills with nearly bis whole force, en route to the Chattanooga railroad. A small part of tbe road was destroyed by a small body of tbe rebels. An attack was apprehended at Duck aud Elk river bridges, on the Tennessee and Alabama railroad All tbe bridges and trestles between Athens and Pulaski, a distance of thirty miles, hare been destroyed. General Rosseau was at Christiana last night During the night the telegraph wire was cut below tbat place. This morning there has been no communicatiun south of Murfreeeboro. Colonel J. L. Donaldson, Chief Quartermaster of the Department of the Cumberland, has been promoted to a Breret Brlgrdler General since hla arrlral here, and has opened the Northwestern Tennessee and Alabama and Clarksrille railroads._ From California. Sab Fbabcisoo, Sept. 28.?Gorernor Low has issued a proclamation calling on the citizens to enlist for a new regiment of infantry, to fill the recent requisition, and to nil old regiments. Recruiting ia going on briskly. The State offers a bounty of one hundred and sixty dollars iu gold for new recruits, and three hundred dollars for veterans, and twenty-five dollars per month extra pay. Business is prosperous. . The receipts of produce are increasing. Greenbacks are declining slightly. Sab Francisco, Sept. 29.?Large contributions are being made for the sufferers by the famine in the southern counties. The market for flour and wheat exhibits much firmness. The export demand is falling off. The Golden Age bas arrired with tbe mails and passengers which left New York on the 3d inst. __ Tbe bark Sophie and Helen, for Hong Kong, takes ?180,000_ Signs ef Active Mereanent?. Fobtbbss ??????, Sept. 29.? The United States hospital steamer George Leary arrired this afternoon from City Point, with about two hundred sick and sixty wounded soldiers from the loth army oorps hospiUL They report that heavy firing was heard at th* front, on oar left, from seven o'clock last ?renine until ten o'clock this (Thursday) morning._ No results known at the time the steamer The removal of patienta from th* front ho*, pit?is, a* well as other morements now going 3, indicate immediate activity with th* Army a*,? Potomac._!_ ?G? L'sngre?*lenal Delegate fr*** Arizona. Dmrrywrt ??tt, Sept. 30?Onarle* D. Psstow baa bass elected Delegate to Congresi from FROM tl KO. fr. Leadea Time? ?? the Captar??! Atlanta? ro win up ?aeeeae of th? a?aihwe?iera Arany-Anothrr Decline ia the Rebel Loan St. JoHKe, N F , Sept. 90?The ne_.r_.Mp Sazoria trom Southampton on the ilat, paaaod Cape Race ibis evmng The London Times ?ays the capture of AU lenta Is the crowning successor tbe Southwestern army. The r> bel loan has declined 3 per cent. Consols f_H*B?M t0T money Frem Havana Naw York. Sept 30 ? The steamer Oorslcs, from Havana on tbe -.'i th. has arrived. There t? n prospect of peace in St Uomingo. ? ver 15.1 mi Spani, h soldiers have been sacrificed during the troubles there Several vessel, were loet off Porto Riso .? the recent gales. _________? ^oes??>d people hare been starved to death at (lape de Verda The iwbel steamers Snaannah and Denbigh left Havana on the ?_3. for agresto? "***** Tbe steamer Henrietta has arri red at Ha. vana from New York, oonalgned to rehel - -?- ? ? . Letter ef Mr. Cbaae. Tbe following patriotic letter of Hon Mr Chase was read at the Union meeting m New York on Tuesday night : w "Washimiton, Sept. 19, ism. "Gentlemen?Ton have my sincere thanks for the very kind and cordial terms on which you invite me to attend and address the Union meeting to be held at the Cooper Institute on the 27th instant, for tbe ratification ofthe nomination of Lincoln and Johnson and Fen. ton and Alvord. " I should certainly accept yonr invita? tion were I not already nnder promise to perform a similar duty in Ohio about the same time. ?Tome it seems clear that whatever is most precious In national unity and most sacred in personal freedom requires from all lovers of their coontry united and most earnest end. avi r. to aecnre the largest possible majority for tbe Union nominee?, whether State or national. No one, 1 trust, with whom my counsel may bave weight, will (ail to contribute his beet efforts to this result. Mere majorities will not suffice. Large ma* .ierities will be hardly enough. We want and must have majorities so overwhelming and decisive as will extinguish every hope in the hearts of tbe chiefs of tbe rebellion, and in the beans of all foreign and domestic sympathizers with rebellion, tbat the American people will ever consent to the dismemberment of the American Union, or to the re-establishment of the ascendency of the slaveholding oligarchy in tbe land ot freedom. Very truly vonrs, S. P. Chans. Wm A. l?aRLiMi, Esq., Chairman, Ac. Thb Market*.?Our recent successes have had the etlect not only to bring down gold, bnt also to cause a sensible decline in tbe prices of beadstutte and other marketahle products In New York and elsewhere. Since September l !th, and up to Thursday last, breads lull's have fallen as follows in New York: Superfine flour, 81.50 and 11.31; extra state, 81 -?' and 81.50, corn meal, 10 cents and 5 cents; white wheat, 25 cents aud 20 cents per bushel; yellow corn, 4 cents per bnshel. Coal Is dull, lower and irregular, and sold at prices ranging from ?*. to ?-'.d?? for different an llities. With regard to the butter market, the New York Time?saya: The decline in tbe butter market noted in onr met report has continued steadily during the ei.tue week. Holders of butter and parties Who have been operating heavily at the late extravagant rate., bave resisted the pressure, and every effort has been made to check the decline, but tbe continued fall of gold and sterling exchange, and the unfavorable reports ircm the several English markets, has left no foundation for high prices, and at the close butter of all grades are freely ottered at a f nil average decline of 810 per hundred pounds. The market is quite dull and heavy at the decline, and no disposition on the part of ship? peis or dealers is shown to purchase, it being now clearly evident that tbe bottom is not yet reached, aud that the chances are still strongly in favor of the real bona fide crash, closely following tbe intimation that the trade have bad in tbe last week's demonstration of tbe Instability of an inflated market The issue cannot be avoided by holding produce back from a fair market, and tbe result of such a course will only tend to accumulate property and depress prices unnaturally. The theory of a short butter crop is exploded, and the reports of the effects of the drouth on the crop in Europe have all greatly exaggerated the facts, and tne usual r-sslt, a severe reaction, has followed. A resumption of ordinary dealing ou the part of dairymen, in tbe place of speculating on the rise and tall of gold, will no doubt greatly fa* cilitate their real lutereste. Fresh pail batters have receded from 60c. to 50c. per ponnd for selections; but the average price is about 45c. Finakcial.?The New York Post of yester - day evening says : The growing anticipation of early news from Orant has its effect on the Stock Exchange to? day, and the suspense is unfavorable to business. Tbe transactions are consequently small, and tbe bears are again in the ascendant. Tbe loan market offers no new reatures of importance. The caution of lenders is on the increase. At 7 per cent, however, there Is no difficulty in obtaining loans on good securities. Mercan tile paper is dull and rates unchanged. The accumulation of unemployed capital continues, and currency is returning to tbe great financial centres. But for the feverish uncertainty, which makes capitalists timid, the money market would probably be working much more easily. The stock market opened firm and closed heavy. Oovernments are steady, State stocks quiet, bank .hares more firm, oil Stocks active, mining shares quiet, railroad bonds heavy and railroad -bares weak. The Commercial Advertiser says: Tbe news of General '.rant's new movement has a depressing elle, t on gold. The price opened at 194 and declined to IDS. The speculative movement ia tbe Hold Room hesitates on both sides, waiting for something to turn np, and not eveu venturing to get np the dally rumor. The stock market is again weak and unsettled. Tbe market is chiefly in the hands of brokers, the "bears" having at pr?sent a decided advantage, while the generally unsettled condition of commercial affaire prevents outside buyers from coming into the market. Governments are steady. Sixes of '61 advanced %\ other bonds and certificates were stationary. Tbe apprehension of an early iorthcoming loan checks the disposition to boy; we bave reason for believing, however, tbat no additional loan will be put on the market until momentary affairs are in a more settled condition. Nbwspapbb ScppR-tesBD.?The Baltimore Evening Post was suppressed yesterday by order of Gen. Wallace: It was stated to the proprietors (says the Sun) that the cause o? complaint, was the placing ofthe bu.letin upon the board ann uncing a "fearful riot, in Cincinnati, during which a Line In club procession from Kentucky fired upon the citizens, men, women and chUdren, several being kHled and wounded." General Wallace stated last evening that he suppressed the publication of the Evening Post purely to prevent riet and perhaps bloodshed in this city, and to save tbe building in which tbe Post was published from detraction, and that the order for the suppression would not be revoked._ Anothsr Odtraob.??Another Democratic meeting broken np!" ?Whereat?" ? A large crowd of Democrats scattered hy Union soldiers!" "Where, where!" ?> Union officers participated in the (Us torbance!" ?Good! good! Where did it all happen] ??In the Shenandoah Valley." ?? Git outr__ Not Bad.?On the reception of the n*we of Shelldan's victory at one of onr popolar saloons in this city, the following colloquy occulted between the bar-keeper, whose name was Dan, and a customer named Jim: ??Good morning, Jim." << Good morning, Dan, what's the news ?" u Another glorious victory?what will yon drlnfcl" ?? Sherry, Dan."_ KTMr. James Morrow's book and periodical depot, No. 103 Gay street, Baltimore, was closed on Thursday evening last, and the proprietor arrested on the charge of selline a work entitled "Subgenation," written in reply to a pamphlet on ??Miscegenation." Mr. Morrow was paroled to await the action of General Wallace. _ EST A New York Councilman was heard lately getting off the following specimen of what may be called ??corporation'' logic:?-?All human things are hollow. I'm ? human thing: therefore, I'm hollow. It is ecmtMapUM? to be bellow; therefore, I'll stuff my?*? as fall M I'm able." ET Three hundred and ?%%*"<> *?*** died in Chicago 1m?? ___?__s_!*A___^?? inou?es, s-^t?to^^^,tt*5r2_3,?. batti?? end hilla of desta, we can t ano: a to & a?tehltS. ** w? ?bau hare a mighty amali next generation. ?cp* a Hindo in South India bas notified tbe ?_???,? Orover-U-MWAto vacate that country in f?o year*, aa he will, after tbat period, proceed to exterminate tbem. mtrThe Mormon? promis? ta one of their txZLta tbat the faithful shall have many wives here and aa hundredfold hereafter. If that be happiness, we piatta a Christian beaten with one-ieH. AW

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