Newspaper of Evening Star, April 25, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 25, 1864 Page 1
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V?. XXIII. AUCTION SALW. FUTURK DATS. JJV J. O. McGOIRE A CO., AactloBMri. BAB2^MJEIiT IMPROVED propertv near ^M^]"3Hdts'ms-RY **Ta*0lT* ^ - v_ "Z.*7 AFTERNOON, April26th, at past 4 o clock, on the preiaises, we that' ;t.I. on Sin1? w llL? h?'ri of lb1VS.,e Graham, all of tnSiJ ?.?V? e*n#Pt -ft. 3, frontingre*pe? JftnnerttCttt avenue, north * and 8 '"i"? *?i<l Twenty first *^Te<;t weet. haadsimelr p ' lata Out, and Improved asa vegetable and j?vr garden. ana improved br a desirable Ptamt Dwelling House, with necessary outbuilding*; the whole lying immediately opposite the hand some greinhousee and flower garden* of Mr. Doug laM. This desirable property will besoldlnlo'a to suit purchaser*. Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in three, six, and nine months, with interest, secured by deed of trust on the premises. Conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser. apll d J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Au-.ta. gY i. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TWENTY THREE WELL SITUATED B^TLD ING^LOTS ON THE ISLAND AT PUBLIC AUC On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, April at half past 4 o'clock on the premises, we shall sell twea ty-three well located building tots on the Island, belonging to the "Convent of the Vidtation," Georgetown,a* follows: Eighteen lots? fronting each. 24 feet 6 inches on south G street, between Ninth and Tenth strata west, and running back about 124 feet, to a 25 foot public alley; four lots fronting 24 feet 6 inches each on South V street, between Ninth and Tenth street* west, and run ning back about 125 feet to a 2Vfoot alley; and one lot fronting 2t feet 10 inches?on Ninth slreet. be tween eoutn (J and H streets and ronning back 93 feet these lots are well situated for building pur poses, and are known as part of the "Old Mansion" grounds. Terms: One half cash| the remainder in six months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. A payment of $au on each lot will be lequiredat tbe one of sale. B?p 19 d J. C. Mo9UIRl A CO., Aucts. gY J. C. McGUIRE ic CO., Auctioneer i. 8IXTY ONE HANDSOMELY LOCATED BDlLD. 1NG LOTS AT PUBLIC AUCTION. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, May 3d. tWoN clock, on the premises, we shall sell nearly the whole of Pquare No. 141, known as "Kingman's Garden," fronting about 55 feet each on 14th strest. north Q street, 13th street, the "Cirole," and "Kingman Court," all running baok to fine alleys, with fine fa cilities for drainage. Tbe beatttifnl location of these Lots, being en the high gTouad immedatcly north or the Presi dent's House and Departments, tie alvantage of a city passenger railroad and Potomac water imme diately in front of the premises, render them vary deeiiafjle for Building Cites, and. as the sale will be made without reserve, it should command spe cial attention. Terms of sale: Ooe third in cash, and the re mainder in e<|ual payments in six and twelve months, with interest, secured by ? deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances at ecst of purchaser tST A cash payment of |2? on each lot at the time of sale will be required. ap,14-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. JgY GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. SEVEN VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS IN THE NORTBERN PART Of TfiE CITY AT AUC TION. On WEDNESDAY the 27th instant, at 6 o'clock, p sa.. we thai) sell in front of the premises in Square No. 413 Lot* No. 8, 9,33, 34. and 36. on M street north, between 4th and Ath street west, also, Lots No. *> and 21 in Suuare No. 012 fronting on O street north, between 4th and 5th street west. Terms : One-third cash; balance in 6,12, and 18 months, for notes bearing intereat secured by a deed of trust on the premises. All conveyancing asd revenue stamps at the cost of tbe purchaser. ap.ll ICbrou ] GREEN A WILLIAMS. Aucts. gY J. 0. McGUIRE A CO.. Auctioneers. VACANT LOTS AT THE CORNER NORTH I STREET AND 8EVEN I H STREET EAST. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, April 27th. at half-past five o'clock, on the premises, we shall for arcotot of the Convrnt ofthe Visitatioa, Lots No. W. 16,17, 18. and 19, fronting together 271 feet 10 inches on North I street, between Sixth and Sev enth streets e?st, (in the rea* of Mr. Follaubee's reaid?noe.) and 159 feet on Seventh street etst, to be divided into convenient building lots, all run ning to alleys. Terms: One-half cash, the remainder in six months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on tbe premises Conveyances at theeest of the purchaser. ap.19 d J O MoGUIRE A CO. Aucts. gY J. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF~A HOUSE AND LOT ON ELEVENTH, BETWEEN LAND M STREETS. By virtue of a deed of trust from H. B. Bridge, dated October 2,1857. and recorded in Liber J. A. S., No. 137, folios 440, Ac., of the Land Records ofthe county of Washington, I will Auction on MONDAY, the 16tn day of May next, on the premi ses, at tii o'clock, p. m., part of Lot seven >7) in Square three hundred and forty-one (341 > in Wash inton. bounded as follows, via: Beginnieg forty nine feet seven inches from the southeast corner of M and Eleventh streets, and run?\,*v'' ifc north twenty-five feet on Jtieventnstreet, thence due east one hundred feet, the whMe depth of said lot. thence dus north twentv-five feet, ant then*e due west to the hegitning with the improvements, consisting of a Frame Dwelling. Term* of sale: One-third of the purchase money to be paid in caah. and the residue in two equal in stalments at six and twelv* months, with intereat, to be secured. _ ,, , fi. .... The terms of sale must be complied with witl Ui cne week after sale, or th* property may be r-*old, after a week's notice, at the risk and costorthe first B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO , Auctioneers. FORTY BUILDING LOTS AT THE CORNER OF L STREET NORTH AND FIRST STREET WEGT On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, April 23, at half pa?t4 o'clock, on the pi.rmisea we shall sell Forty vacant Lots at the corner of L street north and First street west, fronting respectively on L street, First street andleixty feet in the rear of L street. Terms cash, and sate peremptory. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser*. A ca?h payment of $20 will be required at the time of sale. ap. 19-9t J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Auct*. JjNITED 8TATES MARSHAL'S SALE. In virtue of a writ of flerie facta* on judgment of condemnation isaued from the Clerk's Office of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia, and to roe directed, I will sell at public sale, for cash, at the front of the Court Houss door of said County, on fBIDAY. tbe 2ath day of April, 1864, at 12 o'clock m., the following described property to Lot No. 1, in Square No. 811, east half of Lots No. 14,16, and 17, in Square No 724, in tbe city of Wash ington, D.C , to?ether with all aud singular the Improvements thereon, suited and levied upon as the property ofMtchaet Maloney, and will be sold to satisfy judicial No. 230, in favor of Elian Kelly. WARD H. LAMON, ap7-d U. S. Marshal, D C. JJNITED bTATES MARSHALS SALE. In virtue of a writ of Fieri Faeias Issued from the Clerk's office.' of the 8npreme Court, of the District of Columbia, and to me directed, I will sell, at public aale, for cash, at the front of the Court Houm door,of said county.on FRIDAY, the 39th day of April. 1864. at 12 o'clock m., the follow ing described property, to wit : The north part ef Lot No. 19, in Sqnare No, 98, commencing for the said part at a point on 2lst street west, at the distance of 91 feet from the northeast corner of said Square, and vanning thence south 2) feet with the line of said list street, thence west ?5 feet, thence north 2u feet, and thence east 86 feet to said list street west, and place of beginning, estimated to contain 1.7?o square feet, together with all and singular the improvements theraon, seised and levied upon as the property of Thomas McNamy, and will be sold to satisfy ju dicial No. 213, in tavor of Isaac Hertberg. WARD II LAMON, ap 7-dAd* U. 8. Marshal, D O. U 8.* MILITARY RAILROADS, ? Qfice oJAssistant Quartermaster, Washisgtos, April 15,13b4. AUCTION .-Will he sold, on WEDNESDAY, the 18th day of May, at tbe Railroad Depot, in Alexan d"*'i00 tons of Old Railroad Iron, 10" Tons of Old Car Axles, 250 Tons of Cast Scrap Iron, jooTcns of Wrought Iron, 3 Tons of Old Brass and Copper, ano Oil Barrels. _ Terms: Cash in Government Funds. Ten (W) ser cent, to be paid at the time of pnrchase, the balance on delivery. The property must br removed within ten days from date of sale. H- L. ROBINSON, ap,16-dts. Captain and A. Q. M. g 000 U0BSB* WANT?D* I Wl* DsPABTMgJfT, Cavilbt Btrssiu,) Qfire of Ckttf (fuarttrmatter, > Washixgtox, D. C., April 8,18M. \ One hundred and fifty (9160) dollars per head will be paid for all CAVALRY HORSES delivered within the next fifteen <M) days at the Government Stables, Oiesboro, D. C. Said horses to be sound in all particulars, not less than five (5) nor more than nine (9) years old; from 14>$ to 16 hands high, full fleshed, compactly built, bridle wise, and of size sufficient for cavalry purposes. Tktte spin Kcat ions trill bi strut I y adhtred to and rxtidly enforced in every particular. Payment made on delivery of ten (10) and over. Hours of inspection from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. JAMES A. ERIN, Lieut. Colonel and ap 8 15t Chief Quartermaster, Cavalry Bureau. JAME8 F. HALIDAY, REAL ESTATE BROKER AND AO EST, No. 315 Elevkxth stkbbt, south of Pesssyl VASIA AVEXCK, WaSHISGTOS, ap 4-eolm ON A*D AFTER THIS DATE THE OFFICE of the Washington and Marl boro' Stage will be kept at the! Stables ofHOWARD A ROUSE, on] Ojbetween 6th and 7th streets. Washington, D. C., April 4,1864. apS-lm* \V I I.LI AM BRADLEY pEGS TO INFORM HIS * " friends and the public that he has on hand a J.Mietv of large and beautiful style of Monu meat*. H?ad Btones and all kind* of Marble worked to order, and is thankful for past favors and hopes to solicit a share of their patronage. Penn. avenue, between 18th and 19th sts. rah 18-eo3m* II FKED. 1 " V^7\.Ptr*^- Cor". Oats! Corn Meal and Mill seed for -ale by J. y. CREAMER ap 18 6t* 471 3tb ?t.,square below Post Office. AUCTION SALES. JJY THOMAS BOWLING, Auct ; Georgetown. HANDSOME BUILDING LOT ON HEIGHTS OF GEORGETOWN, AT AUCTION. I Will Re 11 at public anction, on TUESDAY AP TBRNOOiH, April Kth at five o'clock. Lot No 31, on the corner of Piospect and Frederick street* fruiting 73 feet on Prospect street, and 99 feet on Frederick atreet. Persona wanting a beau'ifal site, commanding a splendid view down the Poto mac, will do well to attend this sale. Ti?l# Perfect. Terms at sale ap 19-dtd lintel.] THQ8. DOWLING Auct py J. C. MOGU1M *CO., Anc^n~ Ton fifth strlet w?? V l? * H0UBK AND LOT ?nrth RRTPK nonp*' ^twaen <5 and D streets - AND LOT on Eleventh ^a^iwr llnT ? if ? 11114 11 streets north, and i nr!?t? ?* ^e corner ef Twelfth street wen una dott ctrant On FRIDAY AFTKBNOON, Mar 13, at 5 o'- o *, #????*.^ratees, we shall sell, by virtue of adecr e ? tJ: Supreme Court of th? District of Columbia, -ng In chancery, pasaod on th* 9th day of Apr 1, .<*54, in a certun cause wherein George W. Millar is ccnr. plainant and Ellen Miller et al. are defend ants. No. 146? P*r. of Lot No. 1. in Square No. 293, fronting 23 feet S inches on 12th street wen, between north 0 and D streets, and back that width the depth of said lot, together with the iuprovemac ts, consist ing of a tao story Brick Dwelling House. Immediately after, part of Lot No. 5, in Square No. 345. fronting 20 feat on Uth street west, be tween G and H streets north, and running back with that width to the rear of said lot, together with the improvements, cotsiating of a two-story Brick Dwelling House. Immediately after. Lot No 9, in Square 279. front ing 26 feet < n 12th street west, at the corner or north P street, and runningback 85 to a 15-foot al ley. and containing 2,12* square feet of ground. Terms: One-third in cash, and the residue in three equal instalment! atsix, twelve, and eight een months, with interest, for whijh the purcha ser shall give notes, s. cured to the satisfaction of the Trustee. Tte purchaser to have the option of paying all in cash. Conveyances and revenue stamps at the coat of the purchaser. If the terms of sale are not complied with in five days from the day of sale the trustees reserve the right to re-sell, at the risk and oost of the default ing purchaser, on on* week's notice in the National Intelligencer. GEO. A. BOHRER, ) B. O. MORGAN, ) Trustees A. TBOS. BRAdLEY,\ ap 2u-eod&ds J. C. McQUIRE ft CO , Ancts. Y GREEN & WILLIAMS, Auctioneer*. gY GREEN & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. T^PJEE'8 SALK 0F VERY ELIGIBLY SITUA TED LOTS AND HOUSES ON TIIK ISLAND ?*ui??ri.tJr of a decree of the Supreme Court of this District, passed on the 8th April. 1864 in ca j*S,l erein.K*ne *,nrt "the" are complainants, ana Thomas Sinonand others are defendants, the subscriber will expose to sale at auction, to the highest bidder, on the 5th of May next, between the hours of four and five o'clock in the afternoon, the following lots in Sinon's subdivision of origi nal lots in Square No. 5tf4, in Washington city, as may be seen in the Surveyor's office, nam??l y ? Lots marked insueh subdivision A, B, C, D, K, ?i. ? Lach of these lots has a front of about 20 feet by adepvh ofl35to 145 feet; A, B, C, and B. front on atreet, and the other lots on S?ttMS street, *>th suitaole alleys to all. On lots C ana Dare two good Dwelling houses, fronting on 4?i street; and these lots and houses will be sold subject to the dower righttherein of the widow of John Sinon; the other lots will be sold free from her dower. . Also part of Lot No. 1, in Square No. 581, front ing on \ irginia avenue, beginning 5<> feet from the corner Cf the k?t, and hav ing a front of 149 .eet72-l(*'ths on said avenue, and which has been divided into six lotf, about 18 feet front by 113 feet deep, with a suitable alley. Also, the eastern half of Lot No. 3, in reserva lion 1>. The latter, as well as lots in square 881. will be fold free from the widow's dower right ?v- j *?" Prescribed by the decree are : One tnird of the pnrehase money in cash; and the resi ? v j for which the purcht s?r s bonds, with surety, bearing interest from the day of sale, will be taken, with a retained lien on the premises. A deposit of 920 on each lot will be required at the sale. uJCto.?5SLpf.??nTe7?ncing, certificates of sale. If the terms are not fully* complied with Within five days from the day of sale, the property will be resold at the risk and cost of the defaulting pur chaser. after one wtek's public notice in the Rve nisgStar. W. REDIN, Trustee. ap,13-eoSw&ds GREEN & WILLIAMS, Aucts. B VALUABLE BUILDING LOT AT AUCTION. Immediately after the sale of the property of the Sinon estate, we shall sell, (on the 5th of May, at 6 o Vlock p. m.,) on the premises, Lot No. 7,in square 534. fronting 50 feet on 0 street south, between 3d and AH streets, running back 227 feet, containing 11,246 fquare feet. This lot has 3i> feet alleys, on the side and rear, and is well adapted to the erec tion of a number of small tenements. Terms: One-third cash; remainder in G and 12 months, with interest ap&t-eo&ds (jREFN Ac WILLI .VMS, Ancts. ??Y J. C. McGUIREk CO., Auctioneers. EXECUTOHS' SALE OF VALUABLE BRICK ' YARD AND APPURTENANCES Tht whole Square So 111 with fine Brick Rtsidtnre. md Out Buildings. Inrge number of Lots, some of ihtm xmprovtd with Frame Dwelling houses, to gether with the Machinery Material, and Imple ment* Jor the manufru-ture of Bricks. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. May 10th. at 3 o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell the whole of Square Ncs 96 ard 96, in the northern part of the First Ward, on Twentieth street west, known as "Hopkins Brick Yard," wfcieh isbelievedtobeone of the best located <n the District, having both Georgetown and Washington for a market, an abundance of fine clay, brick and tempering sheds, kilns, offices, and all necessary outfit for a first class Briek Yard; the yard will be worked until the day ot sale. IMMEDIATELY AFTER, We will sellthe stock of? ? Herres. Mule*, Carts, Wheelbarrow*. Buggy, Moulds, Seines Sand, <Scc., icc. Al.SO, The whole Square No. Ill, formerly the residence of Colonel Eaton, fronting respectively on Connec ticut avenue. Twentieth *treet north, Q and K streets, and Nineteenth *treet west, improved by a large Brick dwelling house and back buildings, carriage bouses, ?tabling,&c., ftc.; the whole en closed and beautified with frnit and ornamental trees and shrubbery. ALSO, Lots. Nos 8.9, 10, 15,16.17,18, 20,21, and 21 in sub division of Square No. lio, fronting each on Twen tieth street, between B and S street*. Lots 96.37 . 38.39, 42,43,41, and45. in same Square, fronting on Nineteenth street west, between Band 8 streets; four of the latter are improved each with a small frame dwelling-house, and will be sold sep arately. also, .. , The whole of 8quare No 94, fronting respectively on Massachusetts avenue, Twentieth and Twenty first streets west, and north Q streets, with the improvements, consisting of one large frame stable and sheds, two small frame houses, and an office. Terms of sale: One- third cash , the remainder in six, twelve, and eighteen month* with interest,se cured by a deed of trust on the premises All conveyances, including revenue stamps, at the cost of th* purchaser tar K cash payn ent on each piece of real estate Ml b. reuuir^ .. JOHN 8 HOPKINS.S ap.20-d J. C. McGUIBE & CO., Aucts. 0 QQQ HORSES WANTED. ' War Department, Cavalry Bureau. ) Office ?f Chief Quartermaster, > Washington, 6 C , April 13, 186*.\ One hundred and fiity-five ($155) dollars per head will be paid for all CAVALRY HORSES delivered within the next fifteen (1ft) days at th* Government stables at Giesboro, D. C. Said horses to be sound in all particular*, not les* than five (6) nor more than nine (9) years old; from 14J4 to 16 hands high; full fleshed, compactly built, bridle wise, and of site sufficient for cavalry purposes. These tpeei/icottons wt 11 be strictly adkertA to and EKTN, Lieutenant Colonel and Chief Quartermaster, ap 12-15t Cavalry Bureau, "HER MAJESTY" CHAMPAGW* TEE ROYAL WINE OF ENGLAND. A limited quantity of thi* superior Wine ha* been secured for the undersigned, and the first shipment of 600 cases has arrived, by the steam ship Olympus, direct from the cellars of the well known house of Messrs. DE VENOGE & CO., at Epernay. France. The present invoice will be introduced into this market at the very low price ? TWENTY DOLLARS PER CASE OF QUARTS, payable in currency, which is much below its first cost. The superior quality of this Wine is guaranteed, and it is offered with confidence of its approval by connoisseurs. Orders for one or more ease* may be addressed, by letter or otherwise, to the understrnad. WW. HENRY WARD, Wine and Fruit Dealer, No. 7 Broad stsget, near Wall, New York. apl-aot UILLIABD TABLES FOB 8ALB.?The Snbaori D bar ha* three Int-elaa* Billiard Table*, nearly new. whten he will di*?o*e of very low. Iniulr* at the Billiard room, eornar of 11th atreet and PenngylvaniaaTana*. mh 14 tf AMUSF;.tfENTS. ca'.<ierbcey hall. MU8T 0 j CANTERBURY HALL,I AND a \ L L/ CANTERBURY HALL,f THEATER Locisiasa Avihci, Nmr Cbrntr of Sixth Btrtt, Rear of Nationml and Metropolitan Heuls. ?ign of the Big Calcium Light. - ? ? ' I ' . . .? Gkoroi Lka?? .Proprietor W. E. Cahavacgu Stage Manager. ?. ? - >* IMMENSE ATTRACTION ' IMMENSE ATTRACTION ! IMMENSE ATTRACTION' IMMENSE ATTRACTION ! The manager takes pleasure in announcing to his patrons and the public that he has effected an engagement with a GRAND COMEDY COMBINATION 1 GRAND COMEDY COMBINATION GBAND COMEDY COMBINATION 1 Which includes the names of some of the most talented artistes in the world, for the express pur pose of presenting, in an acceptable manner, JAJCE, COMEDY AND BURLESQUE ' JAECE, COMEDY AND BURLESQUE i farce, comedy and burlesque t First appearance of MRS. FRANK DREW ! MRS. PRANK DREW ! MRS. FRANK DREW ! MRS. FRANK DREW ' MRS. FRANK DREW < MRS. FRANK DREW ! The celebrated Comedienne, from Niblo's Garden, N Y MR. J. De FORREST, MR. J. Dk FORREST, MR. J. Dk FORREST. The talented Light Comedian, from Niblo'.?, N. Y. MISS NELLIE HOWARD, MISS NELLIE TIOWARD MISS NELLIE HOWARD] The most beautiful and attractive female Jig Dancer in America. MR. SAM RAINFORTH, MR. SAM RAINFORTH, MR. SAM RAINFORTH. The renowned Fantomimist and Maitre de Ballet. M'LLE CORDELIA M LLE CORDELIA A3f D M LLE IRENE D ESTEPHE' M'LLE IRENE D ESTEPHE I The accomplished Dnnseusos, in conjunction with JOHN MrLLIGi?: 7 JOHN MULLIGAN, W. B. CAVENAUGH, W. B. CAVENAUGH, J. H. DOUGHERTY, J. H. DOUGHBRTY, J. H. DOUGHERTY) DELEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD. BILLY WEST, BILLY WEST, B.LLY WEST. W. II. WILLIAMS, W. H. WILLIAMS, W. H. WILLIAMS, MISS JENNIE ENGEL, MISS JENNIE KNUKL, MISS JENNIE ENGEL, JENNIE FORREST, MAGGIE WILSON, ESTELLE FORREST, LUCY CLIFTON, EMMA SCHELL, The Laughable Negro Sketch of OLE BULL IN A TIGHT PLACE ! OLE BULL IN A TIGHT PLACE! OLE BULL IN A TIGHT PLACE! Ole Bull..... - ? John Mulligan The Farces of TnE ROUGH DIAMOND ! THE ROUGH DIAMOND! THE ROUGH DIAMOND I SKETCHES IN INDIA! SKETCHES IN INDIA! SKETCHES IN INDIA ! AND A DAY IN PARIS! AND A DAY IN PARIS! AND A DAY IN PARI8 ! With Mrs. Frank Drew, Mr. J. De Forrest and W, B. Cavanaugh in the cast. In active preparation, and will shortly b%pro> duced, with New Scenery, the $500 PPRIZE DRAMA, by John L. Poole, Esq., entitled the MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, Ob, THE WRECK O* A LIFE ! As performed in New York for four successful weeks. Admission JO 25 Orchestra 50 Private Boxes, holding six persons. 5 00 Doors open at 7 o'clock; Performance to com mence at 8 o'clock. FAMILY MATINEB ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 9 O'CLOCK, Admission?Ladies 25 cents; Children 10 cents. SNOW'S CELEBRATED TROUPE OF PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS Art engaged and will shortly appear. AMUSEMENTS FORD'S HEW THEATER, Tbbth Strut, abotb Pbkhstltabia Atbxdi. Twenty-first night of the engagement of the em i?.?. jor?3t, in his great original character of J ACK CADE, JACK CADB, JACK CADE, JACK CADE, JACK CADE, JACK CADE, in Judge Conrad's powerful and romantic tragedy of the same name, supported by a _ MAGNIFICENT CA8T. Mr. John McCulIough as - Lord Clifford Mrs. J. U. Allen as _ ...Marimnne The scene is laid in Kent and London, A. D 145'. TUEPDAY, April 26, EDWIN FORREST Will appear in his original chaaactor of ' METAMORA. WEDNESDAY. April 27. ? BENEFIT OF H. B. PHILLIPS, on which occasion the Grand Spt'ctucular Play ot THE JEWESS: Ob. THE COUNCIL OF CONSTANCE. will be produced with new scenery, gorgeousrps tnmes, processions and incidents, commemorative of the Jewish Passover. Elesier, the Jew Mr H. B Phillips John Tonester _?-- ? ? ....Mr, J. A. Heme Rachel Mendirabe, the Jewess Miss Alice Gray The performance will conclude with the charm ing comedjMjf^ j ITTLK TREA3URE. Mrs. J. H. Allen as. ? .Gertrude as played by her in New York with great success. Box Sheet now open. Persona holding Reserved places are respectfully requested to attend early. The immense throng of patrons now attending the Theater fill the thor oughfares to an extent rendering access to secured places somewhat difficult after rise of the curtain. PRICES OK AI'MISSIOX. Dress Circle. ? ?- ... ...80 cents Orchestra Chairs.. ? . 75 cents Family Circle.. - -?- 23 cents Private Boxes ? $10 and 9b. Reserved seatson Mr. Forrest's nights25 cts ?*tra. Doors open at 7Vz \ performance to commence at 8. GROVER'S THEATER. I'ksnstlvasia at., near Willard's Hotel. Leonard Grover -Director Mr. Grover is pleased to announce that he has ef fected a brief engagement with the * Great Tragic Alliance. MR. E. L. DAVENPORT, MR. J W. WALLACK, AND MRS. FARREN, whose ureat success upon two previous occasions at this theater this season in attracting crowded and intelligent audiences, including many of the chief dignatiiries of the land, will be remembered as almost unparalleled. The press and ablest critics of America universally acknowledged that the really essential combination of eminent ar tistes for the proper rendition of the immortal SbaVspeure's profound creations is found in this GftLATTfllQ! MONDAY EVENING, April 25.18<U. . the performance will consist of the admirable Sbak,p???T?grt6i.I_I0 Mr. E. L. Davenport as ? ?? ?- ?? ? .Othello Mr. J. Wallack as.? Mrs. Farren as ? Emelia Supported by a cast of great strength. VARIETIES! VARIETIES! MU8IC HALL AND THEATBB. SIGN OF THE BIGGESr DRUMMOND LIGHT: SIGN OF THE REVOLVING ASP GLOBE LIGHTS ! THE ILLUMINATED AMUSEMENT TEMPLE! Froxtimo Peknstltasia Avenue A Ninth Street Hamblin & Co . - Proprietors Fit* Simmons. Stage Manager and Advertiser. NEW NOVELTY WEEK! J ? MAFFIT, J. S. MAFFIT, J g MAFFIT, J. S MAFFTT, J. 8. MAFFIT, I < MAFFIT, just from the J. 8. MAFFIT, J 8 MAFFIT, AMERICAN J. 8. MAFFIT, J 8 MAFFIT, THEATER, J. 8. MAFFIT, j. 8 >V A, .8i JM *? ? star trocpe ok p.vstomimists ! WTSS FRIELand M'LLK WINDKL, M KERNS AND THOMPSON. SHELDON'S BALLET TROUPE, MISS MAGGIE ATLANTA. Also. THE STAR COMPANY. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, T tniES- ANI> Ol.KHKst' DKKrirf ASSEMBLAGE. JACK SIIEPPARD in preparation Admission 25 and 50 cents; private boxes So. Performance at S in the evening. WASHINGTON THEATRE. SIO. BRIGNOLJ'S GRAND CONCERT. Sig BRIGNOLI begs to announce that he will give A GRAND CONCERT On TUESDAY EVENING, April 26,1854, together with the following unprecedented array of artists from Max Maretzeck's Italian Opera Tronpe. First appearance of the young and highly success lull Prima Donn?, ai,ra ? ARRlfs< who was received with the greatest enthusiasm who was New york alir| Boston. SIG. BRIGNOLI, the favorite Tenor. First appearance of the celebrated Baritone, SIG. DRAGONI. from Royal Italian Opera.Convent Garden,London Mb J. N. PATTISON, the distinguished Pianist, and Mr. H. MOLLBNIIAUER, Violmcellist. Conductor ? ? ? ??? SIG. I. NUNO \ Varied and Brilliant Programme will be pkesextkd. Tickets, One Dollar each. Secured seats 50 cents extra Sale to commence on Monday, at Metzerott g music store. ftp . METROPOLITAN HALL, PniBTLTilli AVBBCB AMD EI.BTBBTH SORBET. GARDINER A CO - ? ? Proprietors. INCREASED COMPANY! SUPERIOR ATTRACTIONS! In addition to the old favorites, many new ones will add to the general popularity of this highly popular Music Hft,ip0.NIQHT JENNY LIND AND MY PLEASANT NEIGHBOR. With Songs, Dances, Ethiopian Acts, &c. Look out for those coming, MISS EMMA ?AKmNfR.t tayiob FATTY B1JSWAni'BARBY ENOCHS, And the celebrated Com^cSinger, tXlSSSo'. at 3 o'clock. Admission 25 and W cents. Private and 85. pROF. G. b2e%ONS ON Tf/B GUITAR, Call and hear the Professor perform, then you will judge whether you will leara or not.) You will also see what can b? done on the Guitar. 541 south 10th street,corner of C, on Island, at Mrs. Robey's ap 21-6t 1 in the E^OB SALE?A splendid dark chestnut MARB, B 'blooded,)8years of age; very stylish under saddle and in harness; perfectly kind and gentle, w>d a good traveler; together with Saddle, Bridle and Blanket. 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Stocks and Gold bought in New York exclusively on Com mi Mi on. y!7 RITTENHQUSX, FANT * CO. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES.] FROM NORTH CAROLINA. Latest Mew* from Plymouth?'The Rebel Ram Commands all its Approaches? Other Points Threatened. New Tom, April 84.?The Times' Newborn letter of the 20th states that tho enemy before Plymouth numbered ten or twelve thousand, and were repulsed in four distinct charzes with great slaughter. Firing ceased on Tuesday morning, and it is supposed Gen. Wessel. with his brave garrison surrendered; nothing definite, however, is known. None of our ves sels have been able to reach them since Sunday. Our force numbered about two thousand. On Wednesday morning the transport John Far ren carried np eight hundred men from New bern, bnt it was not known If she succeeded in reaching Plymouth. The women, children, and negroes from Ply mouth are at Roanoke island. [Correspondence of the Associated Pre**.] Newrkrk, April 20.?The rebel ram now commands the approach to Plymouth, which Erevents us from reinforcing our troops, who ave been fighting day and night since Sunday. Oen. Wessel, who had sixty days' provisions, expresses bis determination to hold the enemy at bay until relieved. He and his troops are in good spirits. The enemy has made assaults of the most desperate cnaracter, and has been repulsed with severe loss each time. Our loss is very slight Every house in Plymouth is riddled by the enemy's shell?, the inhabitants having been removed to Roanoke Island. The ram now has all the inland waters of North Carolina opened to her, and we know not where she may strike the next blow. Firing was beard all this a. m. in the direc tion of Washington, and it is supposed that an attack on that place had commenced. General Peck ordered reinforcements to be sent to Plymouth the moment he received news of the attack, bnt they donbtless failed to reach that place, owing to the presence oi the ram at the mouth of the Roanoke river The death of Captain Flnsser leaves Captain French, an officer of tried courage, in com mand of the naval force. He is watching the movements of the ram, and will give her all the annoyance in his power. Qeneral Pickett is in command of the rebels engaged at Plymouth. There is quite a force at Kinston, which it is believed intends to attack this place in connec tion with their ram number 2, at Kinston. Longstreet's cavalry have joined Lee in Virginia, and the rest of his force is on the way to the same place; some are reported to be at Weldon. Many women and children are leaving New bern for Beaufort. The firemen and citizens are ordered to be in readiness at a moment's notice to meet the enemy. THE RED RIVER EXPEDITION. Gen. Banks seen to Advance Again. New Yohk, April 24.?The Herald's Louisi ana correspondence to the 16th says General Banks will advance again from Grand Ecor<?, as soon as reinlorcements and supplies ara re ceived. There was a reconnoissance on the 1.1th, 20 miles on the road to Pleasant bill, and no ene my in force was discovered. Our troops are in excellent spirit?. The latest advices from Gen. Steele state that he is within one day's march of Shreveport, w ith 15,000 men. A rebel force of 1,000 mounted infantry, and a battery, attacked two transports 25 miles above Grand Ecore. A gunboat arrived, silenced the battery, and compelled the rebels to retreat. Gen. Greene and 161 other rebels were killed and left on the field. Gen. Smith arrived about the same time, having marcbed WbtiniiRr.h' ers were captured. f Alt OTHER DISPATCH.] New York, April 24.?Positive information has reached New Orleans that there has been no more fighting. ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. Preparations for the Campaign?A Fight at Warrenton, Virginia?The Antici pated Campaign in Virginia. Washihoton, April 24?[Associated Press dispatch.]?There is a general impression in this city that active movements in Virginia will not be much longer delayed by the armies on both sides. Rumors prevailed to day in re lation to a conflict at Warrenton, Virginia, but the one entitled to most credit is that our troops merely fell back a few miles from that place lor proper purpose?. Gen. Burnside is in Washington. Preparatiens for the Campaign. Abmv of the Potomac, April 22.?Tne Army of the Potomac i6 actively engaged in perfect ing the preparations necessary to insure its success in the campaign in which it is expected to play such an important part during the pre sent spring and the ensuing summer. All the commanders take advantage of every fine day to drill their new recruits. The new troops are fast becoming accustomed to the evolutions of the line and the different duties of the soldier. GREAT BATTLES IN LOUISIANA. The Three Days* Fight?Final Victory of our Troops. New York, April 23.?The New Orleans Picayuce of the 16th instant, received by tde steamer Mississippi, says: The first battle took place on the 7th, in which the Union cavalry, after skirmishing with the enemy and driving them for fourteen miles, until they got two miles beyond Pleas ant Hill, came upon 2,500 Rebel cavalry, posted In a strong position under Gen. Greene. They were charged upon by the Federal cavalry, and after a spirited contest, driven off the field. Onr losses was about forty killed and wounded; that of the enemy about as heavy. The Second Day's Battle. On the 8th, Col. Gandrum's brigade of infan try, with tbe cavalry, pressed forward, and finally met tbe Rebels in strong force under Kirby Smith, Dick Taylor, Mouton. Greene, and Price, with 18,000 to 22,000 men. There was brisk skirmishing, and finally tbe Rebels came on ia force, Gens. Banks and Ransom being upon tbe field. Franklin was sent for, but before he came up the Rebel successes had been great They made desperate charges in mass, and were desperately resisted. The losses on both sides were trightfnl. Finally, alter Franklin bad come up, the Federal force was driven back three and a half miles, but the enemy were checked with fearful slaugh ter by two brigades under Gen. Emory. Night put an end to the contest. The Federals were under Banks, Ransom, Stone and Lee. Many guns were lost. On the Rebel side it is known that Gen. Mouton was killed. Tbe third day's Battle a Union Victory. By falling hack General Banks had effected ft junction with General A. J. Smith, and ar rangements were made to receive the enemy with effect. General Emory had charge of the first line of battle, with Generals McMillan, Dwight, and others. Behind Emory, posted in a hollow, was General Smith's forces. Skir mishing was kept up until about 5 o'clock in the afternoon, when the rebels came np in their old style in masses, in three lines of battle. Our batteries opened upon them with terrible ef fect. The Nineteenth Army Corps was grad ually forced hack. The first line of the rebels bad been entirely broken np by Emory's re sistance, bnt the remaining two pressed on. The Final Charge. Now came the grand coup de main. The Nineteenth, on arriving at the top of the hill, suddenly filed over the hill and passed through the lines of General Smith. We mnsl here mention that tbe rebels were now in bnt two lines of battle, the first having been almost an nihilated by General Emory, what remained having been lorced back into the second line. But these two lines came on exultant and sure of victory. The first passed over the knoll, and all heed less of the long line of cannons and crouching forms of as brave men as ever trod mother earth, pressed on. The second line appeared on tbe crest, and the death signal was sounded. Words cannot describe the awful effects of this discharge. Seven thousand rifles and several batteriet (f artillery, loaded to the muzzle with grape and canister, were fired simultaneously, and the whole center iff the Rebel line wot crushed down at afield of ripe wheat through which a tornado had pasted. It is estimated that one thousand men were burled into eternity or frightfully mangled by this one discharge. No time was given thsm to recover their good order, bnt General Smith ordered a charge, and his men dashed rapidly forward, the boy* of the 19th joining in. Tbe rebels fought boldly and desperately back to tbe timber, on reaching which a large portion broke and fled, fully two thousand throwing aside their arms. In thle charge Taylor's BAtfery wa? retikvn, as were also two of the gtins of Nina's Battery, the I'arrott gun taken from us at Carrion Crow last fall, and one or two others belonging to the rebels, one of which was considerably shattered, besides seven hundred prisoners. A pursuit and desultory fight was kept ap for three miles, when oar men returned to the field of battle. And thus ended this fearful nnd Moody struggle for the control of "Western Louisiana. The Lasses Chicago, April 23.?The New Organs cor respondent of the Journal, writing under date of the 15th Instant, says the loss of ?h? 4th divi sion of the 131h army corps, in the battle on the Mb Instant, was 1,120 killed, wounded and missing. The loss of the 3d division was .130. We lost ten pieces of cannon. No one attaches the least blame to Oenerals Ransom or Frank lin. The movement which resulted in this dis aster wai contrary to the advice of both these officers. They did all that officers obeying the orders of their superiors, under the circum stances, could do. Iu the fight on the Oth instant, our forces drove the rebels ten miles, when they were ordered to retire. Our loss on the 0th instant is reported at 1,OHO killed, wounded and missing. COnOBBSSIOlfAL. Is the Houb* on Saturday? 1 he tax bill was considered in Committee of the Whole on the state ot the Union. On motion cfMr. Morrill, of Vermont, the tax cn railroad iron, rerolled, was made twj dollars per too. Mr. Griswold, of New York, offered the followingamendment, which was agreed to. Provided, That the tetm rerolled shall apply enly to rails which the manufacturer re ceives pay lor manutacturlng, and not for new iron. On various manufactures of Iron, on which a duty of fifty cents per ton was reported, an amendment was agreed to taxing them one dol lar per ton. Calf skins were added to the articles subject to live per cent, duties. A spirited debate arose upon the use ami abuse of wines and liquors, in whieh the Scripture was quoted and misquoted on brth sides. Fipally to end the debate? Mr. Morrill moved that the Committee rise, which was agreed to. On going into Commit tee again, by order of the Hoase, all debates on wines were terminated. The tax on wines wa? not changed. An amendment was agreed to exempting wine made from currants, rhubarb, or berries. On all other manufacture! wines the tax was fixed at fifty instead of twenty-five cents per gallon. The tax on furs was raised to tenper cent. On custom made articles of wearing apparel, tax was Increased five percent Cn diamonds, emeralds, precious stones, and imitations thereof, and all other jewelry, a tax of ten per cent, instead of five was agreed OX) ? ^ Mr. Morrill moved to increase duty on caven dish, plug, twist and manufactured tobacco, not otherwise provided for, thirty cts. a pound, which was agreed to. On cigars valued at over ten and under twenty dollars per thousand, tax increased to eight dollars; and valued at over twenty and under forty dollars per thousand Increased to fifteen dollars. In the ninety.fifth section lumber, felloes and match wood were included in the list of articles exempt from duty. No further action was taken. GEORGETOWN ADVEB'MTS LI8TOF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE POST OFFICE. GEORGETOWN, D. 0., April 23, 1864. To obtain any of these letters, the applicant mu-t rail for " advertised letters," give the date of this list, and pay one cent for advertising. If not called for within one month, they will be sent to the Dead Letter Office. Place the postage stamp on the upper right-hand corner, and leave space between the stamp and direction for post-marking without interfering with the writing. 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