Newspaper of Evening Star, 7 Mayıs 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 7 Mayıs 1864 Page 1
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YS. XXin. WASHINGTON. D. C.. SATURDAY. MAY 7. 1864. N?. 3.492. AUCTION RILES. rvTvnm date. JJT 1. C. McGUIRB * 00., Auctioneers. BLB IMPROVED OWIMWOVIO VMOPBHTY ON DBLA ?o*jy5,A?l.NrjKv.B?TW8,!N 8 a^O C 0Ti ?OHTH^K^HT^lo^'irOLaATa. <*? 'ATCIIDAY AFTERNOON, May Uth, at a ?W? th" P^?Tn,se''-by TlrtQ3 of* decree of the late Circuit Court sod an amended decree 0f .be Supreme Court of the Di trict of Columbia, aittin* an ? Conrt of Equity. tha lat*#*decree dated Anrll 28\h. 1864, and rendered in a causa No 738 *{?.!? PIl>? Katk n?.? I. ?_ 1 ' n?. I?, Square No 686, as foUowj- " " w"' *Ba W',D Part of Lot No. 7, t-oiftng 90 feet on Delaware Vtwe< n north B and C streets. and run I89 *? * ailey, improved by a ?"rtftantUl and wel< built 7* BBlOK DWELLING-HOUSE WITH BAOR ? ?, B0ILDINQ8. aUH AU of Lot No 8, fronting 6n feet 8 inches on Dela ZZl,V?C:^JW?2 No?h ? 0 and rannieg baek aa av?ra?e death <v# ijuvc r~?* ?* ? ?\ feet alley, BBICK Part of Lot No. loT fronting *35 *9et 9 inches on Delaware avenue. between B and C atreets iv>rth lunnina baek about 1?? feet to a 16-feet alley, ' P^P?nJ 18 seated within a *Unro ?*"?? North Oats of the Oapi l2L.12.l t prop<?B?d extension of th? Capitol fining consummated will he immediatelyad iwil?^0?v "thi??i.ctAh; remainder in tlx and i?ST* Tptha^wth interest, secured to the satis purchaser *rart6e?or*1l cash, at the option of ^Cori*eyanee? and etampa at the cost of the pur Early possesion of the buildings will be given - J.CARROLL BRENT, Trustee. ?P ??* J. C. MoQUIRB Ik. CO.'Auota. '? O. MoQUI RB St CO., Auctieneera. T *FI v ? 5 AML?!L\ HOUSE AND LOT ON 2 ? 5 ?' BETWEEN L AN U M STREETS a ?yJ?J]r^J1? of * ,,ee', oftsnst from B. B. Bridge, dated October 2.1R67 and recorded in Liber J. A 8 . connw '/f?'3 C"' ?Jth,? La2d ??cords of the MON^A V^h-b^Sn' W offer 4t A?ctl?n on ?. .. 1 ? i *?th day of May next, on the premi ^n'?A tl;,<if1vCkU?-Ja '}Vt.of Lot seTen <7) in !ate? 5 hundred and forty-one (S41)in Waab lnton. bounded as follows, rlt: Beginning fortr "in2i ^*<2rn inc?es from the southeast oorner H. ?- Blejenth streets Ad running thenoe sonth twenty-Are feet on Eleventh street, thence ???*?*! $ hand red feet, the wh*le depth of said tot. thence due north twentv-five fret, and then*e due west to the begiming with the improvements consisting of a Frame Dwelling. : One-third of the purchase money **id ,n 0Mh- and the residue In two eqsal in stalments at six and twelve motaths, with interest, x> t~e ?ecnr#?d The terms of sale mnst be complied with within One week after sale, or tb? property may be resold, after a week 'a notlre at the rink and cost of the flrat purchaser. CHA8. 8. BNOLI8B Trustee ap 19 lm J. C MoQQIRB & 00,. Aneta. gY J C. McGi IRB & CO., Auctioneer* TRUSTEES' SALE OF VALUABLE IMPROVED BUSINESS PROPERTY at tae corner of 8ec ona htr#*?t east and PeDnfnrlTinift ap.ir.na thr WHOLK ?F SQUARE N0^4"'V3TBnoUn-no"h i-% ^ and ge reuth streets east. m\ JrDrliC Auction, A AFTERNOON. May 17, at half-past ? o clock, on the premises, commenelne and fol L-Tif*'5*k Her he^?!n n*me<t bv Tirtae of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of Ool VLn iB chancery, parsed on the 9th day of April, 1864, in a eert.in cans- wherein George W Miller is complainant, and Eilen Miller etaT are defendants^ 146, we shall a* II the north half of lot No. 24, in Square No 732, fronting T7 feet 2s, B C.42^n 8!c?,nd f "eteaat. at the corner of south B street at its intersection with Pennaylvania avenue, running back 75 feet, with the improve ments, consisting of a nearly new Brick Dwelling Hou-e, with fine f tore attached. ^^emng Immodiately after, the whole ofaquare No 8<1. ?iiVl,??p*et i*ilu0n E^Uafitol and south A , twe.'r' -r,^,h *2^ 8isth streets east, sub .? /? V? huiMing lota frosting on ?v1 c?Plto' and south A atreets. ?f^rLlotaN?. 16 ?n square **?- 868. fronting each 51 feet on north A street be tween Sixth and Seventh streets eaat. and rununc hack 128 feet 1 Inch to a 3vf jot alley. Lot 17 is proved wish a email frame Dwelling-House. . Immediately after, the north half of lot No . 16. xna^uare No. 696 fronting feet on First street 5m Lau K stfaetai and extend ing back with that width to the rear of the lot. i0*' . ie '? c?ah; the residue in three ^.instalments at six. twelve, and eighteen months, with intereat. for whieh the purchaser shall give secured to the aatisfaction of the parfngall cash purchw"?r 10 hav" the option of chaaer eyan?68 llB<1 BtamPg ** the cost of the par If the terms or sale are not complied with in five <Uys thereafter, the Trustees reaerve- the right to ?baser 118 C?9t ?f the dtfaultin* Pur OEO. A. BOHRER, ) < A. ^HOS^^RADLEY.I ^a,itee,' ap.21 eod&ds J. 0. McQUIRE h Oo.. Anote. AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ^ TATE ON THE POTOMAC RrVEif, ' n . . I* ALIXiSDmi Coohty, Va. tZ&V:. ??f????d of trust executed by Gaspar Tochman, and Appolloma/. Toshman. hia wife ?*? V* 7i?' and recorded among the land ???",?/A1Wdri? Co"'nty- Va.,?the said Gas par Tochman being engaged is the rebellion against :?ff f?,Vre,*l> authority of tbe United State?, and JDe interest ?n tbe debt secured by said deed of trust being in arrear and unpaid from tbe ?tth day Of October, 1861,?I shall pro eed. by order of the Barty *ecured?and by virtue of the authority con ferred by said deed, and the statute in such case Made and provided, and on the 19th day of May.lsft, I shall sell at auction to the highest bidder for cash in front of the Mayor's office in the City of Alexan dria. V a., at 12 o'clock, m., the property named on said deed, that is to say the farm called " Summer Hiil" on the Potomac river in said County,?the eame :ompri ing about one-hundred and fifty aerea, and being situated about midway between Wash ington City and Alexandria, Va. Further particulars of the sale will be given at the time thereof. ap.30 td J. M. STEWART, Truatee* IJNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE. In virtue of a writ of Fieri Faciae. Issued from the Clerk '? Office of the Supreme Court of the United Statea. for the Diatrict of Columbia, and to me directed, I will expose to public sale, for cash, at the front of the Court Housedoor.of said Coun ty, on WEDNESDAY, tbe .'5th day of May next, M64,atl2 o'clock m.. all defendant's right, title, claim and intereat in and to tbe north part of Lot No. 34, in Bquare No. 877, boucid*?i as follows-? Beginning for the aame at the southeast corner of Lot No 33, on the line of Seventh atreet east, run ning thence west 97 feet, thence north 30 feet, thenee east 97 feet to the beginning, together with all singular, the improvements thereon, seized and levied upon as the property of Samuel and Joseph Arnold, and will be sold to aatieQ- Judicial No 236, in favor of \Bfcite, Middleton <ft Beall, use ol Elias B. White. my.3 WARD H. LAMON, U. 8. Marshal, D. C. <j^ALB OF CONDEMNED U0R8ES AND MULES. C%t*f Quartermaster's Qffire. Depot of Waskintton.l WASHiHfJTOH, D. C., April 27.1864. ( Will be eold at public auction .at the Corral, near the Observatory, in the City of Washington. D 0 on WEDNESDAY, May ll, l^.and WEDNESDAY May 2fr, 1864, a lot of? ' HORSES AND MULB8, Condemned as unfit for public service. Terms: Cash In Government funds. Bale to commence at 10 o'clock, a^m. _ D. H.BUCKBB, _ Brig. Gen. and Okie'Quartermaater, >P g-Mt Depot of Washington. D. 0. Ruction sale or condemmsd horses. Wab Dipaktmekt, OavALBT Boaaio, ? Oirioiof Qaiwr QtuaTiiviarn, J V?. V .^ w**ktngto*. D. C., April 25,1864. \ nWill he aold at public auction, to tne highest bid r, at the times and places named below, via J*?P?rt, Pen*a , Thursday, May 6th, ^ettyahurg, Penna.. Monday, May 9th, wlf^n*nP#nD* vTfcnt2d?yj.M*y mh. Mlffiin, Penna., Thursday, May 19th, y*ading. Penna., Thursday, May 36th, Lebanon, Penna., Thureday. June 2d, Northumberland, Penna., Tnuradar. Juae 9th. Swanton, Penna.,Thursday, June 16th. Wiili am sport, Penna , Thursday, June 23d. One Hundred (100) horses at Gettysburg, and Two ??5^wd and Fifty (250; at each ofthe other places. Theae horaea have been condemned as unfit for cavalry service of the United States Army. For read and farm purpose* a any good bargains ii?t oe naa. Horses will bo sold singly. Balee begin at 10 a. m., and continue daily until all are fold. a Terma: cash, in United Statea Treaaury notea ??ly. . ^ JAMBS A. SKIN, ap K tje20 Lt. Qol and C. Q. M. Cavalry Barean, US. MILITARY RAILROADS, ? Qfitt qf Assistant Quartermaster, WABH1B6TQB, April 16, 1884. AjyTOL-Winhe awidTon WEDNESDAY, the ISth da* of May, at the Railroad Depot, In Alexan dria, ? Su ?00 Tone of Old Railroad Iron, 100 Tona of Old Car Axle*, 260 Tone of Oast Scrap Iron, 100 Tona of Wrought Iron. 3 Tpna of Old Braaa and Coppar, _ 800 oil Barrela. Terma -. Cash in Government Funds. Tea (10) Mr cent to he paid at the time of purchase, the Balance on deUvery. *he property muit he removed within ten days of "a#- H.L.ROBINSON, ** ' ? Captain and aTQ. k. IVBVKR *00 LATE TO LBARN-?* P rafts tor i\ Alex. Wo low ski's Sew and Simplikd Mated fm Piano Forte and Smtin*.?Professor Wolowski continues hia positively last course inWashinJton and all those who wish to follow his tsar av^tam nave no time to loae. Professor's recepti0B hours are from 9 to 10 a. m., at hia residence. No 316 9 atreet. corner of 11th. a?2l-*w fHB LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE AS 1 80RTMENT0V FURNITURE, OIL CLOTHS. MATTINGS and w _ HOUSEKEEPING GOODS to he found in the city ia at 369 SEVENTH STREET, _ ^ ?BfTTw,*1I A"D K SfBBBTS. Dost mistake the place, THE HIGH AWNING. Ton are allowed a discount of lo per cent, on all hilla of Q& and npwarda. ?ONT? 4 GRIFFITH, 369 7th at., ap?2w between I and Kata. U make aa earl* settlement. "They will fnd the hooks in the haida of W. B. Claqstt, at the old stand. All persona having accounts against the flam are ratueeted to preaeat them for aettlemsnt ayltf lm AUCTION SALES. B Y 3. C. McGUIRE b CO., Auctioneers. EXECUTOPS' SALE OF VALUABLE BRICK YARD AND APPURTENANCES The whole bquari Xo 111 icith fine Brick RtsiJmtt end Out Buildings. large number of Lots, somt of them improved urith Frmnu Dwelling houses to te her until the Machinery Material, a/id Imple ment* Jor the manufacture of Bricks. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Hat 10th, at 3 o'clock, t.ntbe premises, we shall eell the whole of Square Not 96 and S6, 1b the northern part of the rmtVi d.on Twentieth street west, known m ' Hopkins Briok Yard/' wMoh is believed to be one of the beat located <n the District, having both Georgetown and Washington tor a market, an abundance of fine clay, brick and tempering sheds, kilns, offices, and all necessary outfit for a first class Brick laid; the yard will be worked until the day o! sale. Illll EDI AT* LT AFTER, We will selltho stock of? Hor'es. Mules,Gaits, Wheelbarrows. Buggy, Moulds,Seines. Sand, 4c., Ac. ALSO. Tbe whole Square No. Ill, formerly the residence of Colonel Eaton, fronting respectively on Connec ticut avenue. Twentieth street north, Q and R streets, and Nineteenth street west, improved by a large Brick dwelling honse and back buildings, carriage houses,stabling, Ac., Ao.; the whole en olosed and beautified with fruit and ornamental trees and shrubbery. ALBO, Lots. Nob 9.9,10,16,16,17, IS, an, SI, and 34 in sub division of Square No. llo, tronting each on Twen tieth street, between R and 8 streets. Lots 36,57 . 38.39, 42,43,44, and 45. in stme Square, fronting on Nineteenth street west, between Rand B streets; four of the latterare improved eaoh with a small frame dwelling-house, and will be sold sep arately. also, The whole of Square 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 ana sheds, two small frame houses, and an office. Terms of sale: One-third cash, the remainder in six, twelve, and eighteen months with interest,se cured by a deed of trust on the premise*. All conveyances, including revenue stamps, at | tbe cost of tbe purchaser A cash pay?ent on each piece of real estate will be required at the time ofsale. GEO. W. HOPKINS,I P JOHN 8. HOPKINS.\ EX#ctltors. ap.y>-d J. C. MQOUIBB A CO., Aucts. JJY J. C. McGUIRE A CO,, Auctioneers, TRUSTEE'S SALE OP~~V ALU ABLE SLAUGH TER HOUSE PROPERTY, with Brick Building, Brick and Frame Dwelling-houses, and VACANT LOTS near the Navy Yard, belonging ta the e-tate f the late Charles Miller. On WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, May lSth.at 4 o'clock, on the premises, commencing with the first named and continuing in the order .herein named, by virtue of a decree of the Supreme Court of the District of-Columbia, sitting in chancery, passed on the 9th day of April, 1<*>4, in a certain cause wherein Geo. W. Miller is complainant and Ellen Miller et &1. are defendants, (No. 146.) we shall sell Lots Nos. 1,2,3,4.?,A. 7. 8,9,10,24,25, 26, 27, and 28, in Bquare No. 953. fronting respectively on !)th and loth streets east and south N street, impr jved by a brick dwelling house, slaughter house, stables. penB, Ac., known as the slaughter yard of the late Charles Miller, to be sold entire or di vided as may be deemed most desirable. Immediately after, Lots l. 2,3. and 4, in 8quare No. 954. fronting on south 0 street, between 9th and 10th streets east. ^Immediately after, part of lot No. 2. in Square No. 97t>, fronting 50 feet 8 inches on south M street and running back 94 feet 3i? inches on 10th street east, and improved by a double two-story frame dwelling house. Immediately after, part of Lot No. 1, Square No. 952, beginning for the tame at 83 feet 6 inches from the southeast corner of said lot and thence run ning west and fronting on M street P feet, thence north 75 feet 6 inches, thence east 17 feet, theuce south 75 feet 6 inches to'lhe beginning, together with the improvements, consisting of a three story brick dwelling house. Immediately afier, part of Lot 2, same Square, beginning for the same at a point on M street south, 100 feet from east loth street, thence north about 72 feet, thence west 23 feet 9 inches, thence south about 72 feet, thence east 23 feet 9 inches to the begiiining, together with the improvements, coneistins of a two story brick dwelling house. Immediately after, part of Lot No. a, in Square No. 999, being the south part thereof, fronting 20 feet on 11th street east and running back that width on M street south SO feet, together with the im provements, consisting of a fiame dwelling hou -e. ImmdHiately after, Lot 13. in Square No. 1,023, fronting !?0 feet on 13th street east, at the oruer of south R street, and running back 95 feet, to ?ether with the improvements, consisting of a hree story brick dwelling house, with three story brick back building : Tyms : One-third in cash;the remainder in ti. 12. and IS months, with interest, for which Ihe pur chaser must give notes secured to the satisfaction of the Trustees. The purchaser to have the option of paying all in ca-h. ^ fiV Conveyancing and stamps at the cost of the pur CllAKQrfl If the terms of sale are not complied with in five days thereafinr. the Trustees reserve the rijiht of reselling, at the risk andexpemoe of the defaulting furchaser, on one week's notice in the National ntelligencer. OJSO. A. BOHREB, E. 0. MORGAN, A. THOS. BRADLEY, Trustees. ap 21 eoAds J. C. McGUIRE A CO , Aucts. B Y GBEEN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'8 SALE OF OVER THREE ACRES OF LAND IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD OF THE NATIONAL RACE COT'RSE AT AUCTION. On MONDAY, the 23d day of Mav, 1864. I shall sell, by virtue of deed of trust to the subscriber, and recorded in Liber N.C.T.. No. 8, folios <71, 472. 473, 474 and 475. one of the land records for the county of Washington, in the District of Colum bia, at 4 o'clock p. in., on the premises, the follow ing described property, lying^ and being in the county of Washington, District aforesaid, viz: Part of Ridge Tract, beginning for the same at a stone marked the northeast corner of Ridge Tract, at its junction with St. Elizabeth tract, and thenee running by a magnetic course north 83 degrees and minutes west along the west boundary of said St. Elizabeth Tract 5 chains and 50 links to a stake, thenee south 25 degrees and 30 minutes west 5 chains and 50 links to a stake, thence south 83 de grees and 30 minutes east 5 chains and 50 links to a stake set on the boundary line separating the said part of Ridge tract from the tract lying east there of, thence north 25 degrees and 30 minutes east along said boundary line 5 chains and 50 links to the place of beginning, being parallel lines, con taining three acres and four perches, be the same more or less. TermBcash. All conveyancing, including reve nue stamps, at the cost of purchaser. If the terms of sale are not complied with in five days after sale the trustee reserves the right to resell the property at the risk and cost of the first purchaser, by giving three days notice of such re sale in the EveningI3tar. WM. MORGAN, Trustee. ap21-eoAds GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. Y i. O. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers, TRUSTEE'S 8ALE OF~HOUBE AND LOT ON NINTH STREET WEST, BETWEEN O AND P STREETS NORTH. Pursuant to a deed in trust made and executed by Richard A. Hyde, of Washington City, to the subscribe, to secure a certain dent therein men tioned, I stall proceed to sell, at public auction, on the 8eventhday of June next, at 6 o'clock, p. ?>., on the premises, "all that piece or parcel of ground and premises, situated, lying, ana being in the said City of Washington, and District of Col umbia, andknownand designated as Lot numbered ton (10) in Cruttenden's sub division of Bquare numbered three hundred and ninety-eight (396,) fronting twenty (90) feet on Ninth street west, be tween O and P streets north, and running back with that width to a phblio alley, together with all and singular, the improvements, nrivileges, heredita ments and appurtenances to the same belonging, or in any wise appertaining." Terms: One-ball of the purchase money cash, the balance in three and six months, with inter est. The deferred payments to be secured by a deed in trust on the premises. AU conveyances including revenue stamps at the B expense ef the purchaser. |If the torms are not complied with withm five days after tfce day of sale, the property will be re-sold. attheTiskand cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days notice In the Evening Star. CHA8. P. WANNALL Trustee, my.5-eofcds J. C. McGUIRE A OO., Aucts. JgY J. C. McGUIRE * CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE B SALE OF iiN? BUILDING U SIXTEENTH STREET BETWEEN MASS A 5ES,5T? 'clock, on the premises-by virtue or a deed of trust, dialed April 21st, lS63. and duly recorded among tbe land records for Washington County, D. C,. at the request of the holder of the note there in secured, I shall sell. Lot No. 6, in W. M. Mer rick's sub-division of the south part of Square No. 181, fronting 21 feet on Sixteenth street west, be tween Massachusetts avesue and north P street, and running back 1?5 feet to a wide public alley. Terms: One*third in eash: the remainder in sin and twelve months, with interest, secured by deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances at the wt of the purchasers. THOS. J. FISHER, Trustee, my^-eoAds J. 0. McGUIRE A 00.. Airots. P AEM AT AUCTION, SALE POSITIVE. 1will sell, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY, 35th day ofMavTtke fine* state known as Mount Zephyr. It oontains 648 aeres of prime upland ina high state, of cultivation, fine dwelling, coot fenc ing, a variety of choice fruit, growing cross, stock ana household furniture. Ac. It Is about W miles from lfoont Vernon Wharf, ft from Alexandria, li from Waanington Git*. Terms: for personal property cash: for real es tats.one third cash, one-third in thnse years, one thtad in six years, with interest, semiannually. Far further parttouUrsadarsss W?. Ward, Mt. Zephyr, Alexandria, Va - _ BROWN, Auctioneer. AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL. MUSIC J CANTERBURY HALL,) AND HAL L(CANTERBURY HALL,J TQEAT1B Locisuha Atixci, Ntar Cotntr of Sixth Strut, Rtar of National and Metropolitan Hauls, 8!en of the Big Calcium Light. 6ko*o* L*a ?? .Proprietor W. E. Cakataugh.... Stage Manager. BRILLIANT TRIUMPH! ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION OP THE NEW COMEDY COMBINATION. The largest and most Talented Company of Artistes ever seen in the City of Washington. GREAT ATTRACTION FOR THE COMING WEEK. ENTIRE CHANGE OF PROGRAMME. EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK, John F. Poole's Prize Drama of the MOUNTAIN outlaw, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, Or. THE WRECK OF A LIFE! Ob, THE WRECK OF A LIFE! Ok, THE WRECK OF A LIFE! which received the premium of FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS From the American Theater, New York, and the right of playingit in Washington purchased by Geo. Lea, exclusively for the Canterbury. SYNOPSIS OF SCENERY AND INCIDENTS IN THE DRAMA. SCENE FIRST?Squire Nolan's House at Con nomtra: Meeting of the plighted lovers. Redmond and Kathleen; " Farewell to the land of the Sham rock. green fields, and bubbling Streams?I go to the West, the home of the aspiring, America, the birth-place of Washington;" Tne clandestine meeting overheard by the revengeful brother of Kathleen:'? I'll weave a web that shall stay your Journey?Beware! Beware!" Lauty McLaughlin and his Jewel, Judy O'Brien: A cure for the colic: The anticipated wedding; Lots of children and maley praties, strawberries and butter milk. SCENE iJECOND?The mountain piss; Hugh IIanlan,the Outlaw; The convict returned; His mother and the wrongs of a wretched life; Ven geance ! " I will have it?I must wait the hour to strike the avenging blow;" Philip Nolan is foiled by the timely arrival or Lanty. who tickles his catastrophe; " Look at the blackbird;" The out law and his fonl accusers! Retribution for past wrongs; " Die like a dog and rot;" Kathleen dis covers tho body of her murdered brother ! " Who did it?" " Twas I.Hugh Hanlon.the Mountain Outlaw;" For revenge I slew him, and for revenge I now make her mine; Circumstancial evidence; Redmond accused of murder. SCENE THIRD?A room in BquireNolan'shouse ?Lanty and Judy undergoing a cross-questioning from the Squire; The mouse and the male bag; " Meet me, Judy, at theould hut;" Lanty's resolve to find the true murderer. SCENE FOURTH?Hugh Hanlon. farewell; To the 1> nd of my birth, my shame ana my triumj-.:; The .-scape of Redmond; The outlay confesses the deed: Redmond attempts to drag him to Justicc; T.er iftc combat; Redmond overcome; The outlaw liberty; Redmond again arrested as the assassin. SCENE FIFTH?Interior of the old hut; Theold oak chest: Kathleen a prisoner, and in the power of the Outlaw: Lanty"s arrival with his juvenile blunderbusa; He releases Kathleen, and vows to protect her: Judy in search of her lover; The Out law foiled; ''We are all here;" " Your daughter dies;" Your young blunderbuss is brought into requisition; The wreck of life 1 Tableau. Every department of the ORVAT fAVTXRBURY is well tilled. DRAMATIC,ETHIOPIAN A TERPSICHOREAN, Consisting of some of the MOST TALENTED ARTI8TES in the profession, viz; JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, H. W. WILLIAMS. H. W. WTLLIAM8, H. W. WILLIAMS, J.J. DOUGHERTY, J. J. DOUGHERTY, J. i. DOUGHERTY, W. B. CAVENAUGH, W. B. OAVENATTGH, W. B. CAVANAUGH, DELEHANTY AND WARD! DELEUANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD* DELEHANTY AND WARD DELEHANTY AND WARD| MRS. FRANK DREW I MRS. FRANK DREW ! MRS. FRANK DREW I MISS JENNIE ENGEL, MISS JENNIE ENGEL, MIS8 JENNIE ENGEL, MISS ESTELLE FORREST, MISS ESTELLE FORREST, MISS E8TELLE FORREST, MR. J. D* F0RRE8T, MR. J. Da FORREST, MR. J. D* FORREST, MISS NAOMI PORTER MI88 NAOMI PORTER, MISS NAOMI PORTER. THE BOUQUET OF BEAUTY consisting of JENNIE FORREST, JENNIE FORREST, LUCY CLIFTON, LUCY CLIFTON, MAGGIE WILBON, MAGGIE WILSON, LEONORA CREED, LEONORA CREED, EMMA DREW, EMMA DREW, ELLA CLARKE, ella clarke! in the Beautiful Diyertisement entitled SCENES AT THE DERBY I bcInEI i? K?j EVERY ACT NEW THIB W?BK, ? forming * GRAND COMBINATION OF TALENT GRAND COMBINATION OF TALENT ! AdmIsrion?... Orchestra Private Boxes, holding six persona., .. Boon open at 7 ?'clock; Performance u com mence at 8 o'clock. FAMILY MATINEE OR SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 3 O'CLOCK. When the Price Drama of the MOUNTAIN OUTLAW will be prodaoed. BN0WS SNOW'S Celebrated Troupe of PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS HAVE ARRIVED, ? and will make their drat appearance 1 On MONDAY, May 9th. AMUSEMENTS. GROVER'S THEATER. PlRRBTLTAXIA AT., KIAB WiLLABDS HOT*!.. Lxcmard Gbotbb ~ ...-Director THIB (Saturday) EVENING. May 7, Last night positively of MR. E. L. DAVENPORT, MR. J W. WALLACE, AND MRS. FARREN, Performance will commence with the Petite Comedy of A MORNING CALL. Sir Edward Ardent?? Mr EL Davenport Mrs. Chillington ? .. .31m Farren To conclude with Dickens' Greit Play, in four acts, OLIVER TWIST. Mr J W Wallack in hie great character of... .Facia Mrs Farren as ...~. Nancy Sykes On Tuesday evening. May 10, the charming actress^ MISS MARY PROVOST, will commence a brief engagement at this theater. ford'S NEW THEATER, TNTH 8tBBBT,ABOTBP**1?BYLTAJIIAATBSO?. A Glorious Comedy and Thrilling Drama. Last appearance of MR. J. McCULLOUGH an n MISS AI.IOE CRAY. THIS (Saturday) EVENING, May 7.18<jj. By request. Cherry 's Comedy of the THE SOLDIER S DAUGHTER. Widow Cheerly Mis? Aiice Gray To conclude with th? drama of the AVENGING HAND. Michael, the Maniac?- Mr J H McCullough On Monday <&CT"jF&iRK? Supported by S{&S!SS!}^SrTS. Who will appear in two celebrated characters. metropolitan music hall., PBRRSYLVAlt^ AVBRUB ARD SLBVBRTH BTBBBT. R GARD'NERA H.ENOCHS Proprietors, PROF. HOLDEN ?Musical Director VXL. GRAND COMBINATION! DOUBLE COMPANY ! First week^[gg NELLIE TAYLOR. the beautiful and accomplished Vocalist: acknowl edged by the Press and PuMic X L 0 R of the pro fession. T0M VANCE, the inimitable Cotnic Vocalist and Comedian, in his new, original ai^lo^al S<rn|s. the greatest Clog Dancer before the public. S LEON BEBGER, the American W.rtW. ENooH9 will see that U see the dark ?ide of the picture. And the shaking of the sides by the coadjutor of the at-rpeaid CHAR1IE p?TBIEj fern an '?I3uNlBOAI?MiNST?EL8. who have been engaged, at great expense, for two weeks in addition to the regular company. wet*?,iua gIW CON8fANTINE and his GREAT BALLET DlVERTISEMEVT. arranged by Sig. C. Constantine, entitled LA SICILIAN ! MIPS ANNIE RUSH, M LM?SPKHELENK SMITH, MI!SWllie WE8NER. MISS LIZZIE WESNER, MISS MOLLIE LANE, MISS ELLA, W. BARTHOLOMEU, ? GEORGE MILES, WILLIAM SCOTT. LEW BRIMMER. BILLY THOMAS, the wh.M.hi?f th.p BEaT co?pASY ever produced in the city; ttie performance con cluding with the laughable Connc Pantomime of THBOI-DFOX! GBAND MATINEE On SATURDAY AFTERNOON. at 2% o'clocb. ? with the whole strength of the Company. Admission 25 and 60 cents. Private Boxes 13 and $5. my 2-lw VARIETIES! VARIETIES! MUSIC HALL AND THEATER. Froktiho Pinrbtlvakia Avbrob a Ninth8trbrt SIGN OF THE BIGGEST DRUMMOND LIGHT! BIGS OF THK REVOLVING AND GLOBS LIGHTS ! 'WWNAT?P FiTxBiMMONti-irrstage Manager and AdvertiserT SPLENDID OVATION TO NIGHT! Just from the American Theater, New York, The Great Comic Pantomimist. J. S. MAFF1T, ? J. 8. MAFFIT, J. 8. MAFEIT, J. S. MAFFIT, Lina Windel, Mr. Hall. Maggie Friel, Mr. Kerns, Fanny May, Mr. Thompson, Kitty Lee. Mr. Blood good, Maggie Vernon, Mr. Francis, Aoni?EU,n?r?(cUDmE Mr. Barry, IN A GREAT DOUBLE BILL. A GRAND COMIC 1'ANTOMIBIE. SONGS, DANCES, NEGRO ACTS, &.c. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE. LADIES' AND CLERKS' LBVEE. Admission 26 and 60 cents; private boxes 16. Performanc^a^^^^h^^^i^^t. EDUCATIONAL. M FEMALE 8CHOOL. RS. MARIA C. McCOBMICK, late of Alexan dria, Va., having removed her school to Cam- I bridge, Md., is prepared to receive four or five girls, as boarding pupils, in her family. JJheir intellectual, domestic and morn! training will re ceive her most assiduous fare. Her success, while for years engaged, in Alexandria, in educating ^irls, is well known to all old residents 6f that Parents in this vicinity who desire farther in formation concerning the ad vai^ges of her school, are respectfully referred to Lewis JIcKenrie, Esq.. of Alexandria, Va., or W. D. Wallach, Editor of the Washington Star. Her terms for board, tu ition. &c., are moderate. Cambridge, Md., where she has recently located her school, is one of the healthiest and most de lightful villages in the Union, and has about it no attribute whatever except such as a prudent and solicitous parent will approve in selecting a local ity in which to have a daughter thoroughly edu cated and trained for future usefulness. ap 90-dlm ________ BROOKVILLE ACADEMY?8tudents received at any time and charged from date ofentrance. Address K. BURNS. ap36-eolm* Brookville, Montgomery co., Md. pRE8H STOCK OF SPRING 000087 ,flMD'IJToJi?iwiXlisr BUCKETS, Dust, White-Wash and other BRUSH ES, with many other goods suitable for house *8pedai attention is invited to the. celebrated Winsbip Refrigerator, by far the best in use; al6o to the Union Carpet Sweeper,.designed for com fort, ease and economy. SIBLEY A GUY, ap 86-eotf [Int. A Times ] 393 D street.^ yy NEW SPRING GTODS. vUUH anu cieevcn. * kers, Ac., Ac. 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Contrhtb; On Saltpetre; Three Months Around for B,.?h.r?d ? )o?mutation ii soobs; Editor's Bpecis flg&QK TAYLOR. Teaser Army of the Potomac. General Advance ef Our Forces ?Me nifBt?n? Mtrimeali?The Latest !(?? the Front? Supposed Foiititn ?( Oar Army?The Rebel Army Flanked?Mo General Engagement Yet. [From the Ballmore Americas, May 7.] The latest intelligence received at Washing ton last evening trom the Army of tbe Potomac was tbat General Grant had crossed the Rap Wan with the entire army, and bad abandoned all his communications with Washington. The railroad to Alexandria was entirely aban doned, and he bad destroyed the telegraph, pushing on after the retreating rebel army, and leaving no rear to protect. A mall carrier wtio had jnat arrived reported that he had lert Cul peper Conrt House on Thursday and found it entirely abandoned, and for fifteen miles this side he did not encounter a single soldier, nntil beyond Bull Run, when he met the force of General Bnrnside, which forms the rear guard, advancing. It is therefore evident that we must look for our first intelligence from th? vicinity of Richmond. The story put rorth yesterday by the New York World, of a disaster to Gen. Buraside, proved, like most of the statements of tbat paper, to be entirely fabulous. On the contra ry, a portion of his cavalry on Thursday passed through Thoroughfare Gap, and en* countered the rear of Imboden's cavalry, which was moving towards Richmond from Western Virginia. The skirmish resulted in killing several of the enemy, one of whom was an officer of Imboden's staff, whose body fell into the possession of our cavalry. On his person was round the copy of a dispatch from General Lee ordering imooaeu to joia mm south of the Rapidan as speedily as possible^ There was no boat arrived yesterday from Old Point, and consequently none went down last evening. Whether the boats have been taken for military purposes or to stop all com munication with the seat of war we have not been able to learn. We learn from Washing, ton, however, that it was the intention of Gen. Grant to stop all communication except such as he may send by the military telegraph via Fortress Monroe, from Yerktown and Wil liamsburg, until some decisive result was ob tained. The report received via New York of a move ment of Gen. Baldy Smith towards Petersburg, crossing the James river at City Point, threat ening tbat place as well as Fort Darling, is not credited in Washington. On the contrary, ke is believed to have crossed the Pamunkey, making his base of supplies at West Point. There is, however, no doubt of, the fact that we may look at any moment for some impor tant if not decisive intelligence. Gen. Lee is reported at Washington to be retreating to wards Hanover Court-House and the line of the Ohickahominy. Whether he will give battle there, or fall back within the defences of Richmond and stand a siege, a few days will develop. NEWSPAPER RUMORS AND DETAILS. We copy the following from the New York papers of yesterday: [Special Dispatch to New York Times.] Wabhimgtoh, May 5^?The Army of the Po tomac began its forward march on Monday. The crossing of the Rapidan was effected with out opposition on Tuesday and Wednesday at Culpeper, Jacobs's,Germaniaand Ely's Fords. No rebels were seen, except a few pickets, who retired as we advanced. If Lee intends to make a stand this side of Richmond, it is pos sible be may be met near the old battle-ground of Cbancehorsville, but it is the general im pression that be has fallen back from his po sition on tbo Rapidan to Richmond, in order to protect that city from the formidable force now marching upon it from the rear, and which is as likely to strike on one side of the James river as the other. Culpeper is being strongly fortified, and will be uted as a depot for stores. Itisreported here to-day thatastrong column of troops under Generals Couch and Sigel. are marching from Winchester up the Shenandoah Valley as a co-operating column, destined eventually to cut the Virginia and Tennessee Railroad, while Butler's force, or a part of it, strikes the other railroad at or near Petersburg, thus severing all railroad communications be tween Richmond and the South. General Butler took the field in person at the head of the army on the Peninsula yesterday, W." F."Smith, Weitzel. This movement assumes an expeditionary character. An immense fleet of transports and a strong squadron of monitors and gunboats will convoy it up one of those broad rivers to the gates or to the back door of Richmond, and perhaps the iron-clads may once more try the strength of the rebel batteries tbat line ttie James, the Pamunky and the Rappahannock. The feeling prevails that there is desperate work before this army. B ut there 1b nerve and strength for it. The iron-clads lie in the still waters off Newport News, and the fleet of gun boats are in communication with them. Detaits sf the Crossing. [Special Despatch to the N. Y. World,] Hbadquabtxrs Abut of th* Potomac, May 4, 0 a. m ?The grand campaign is inau gurated at last. The Army of the Potomac is on the march* Inasmuch as the present movement will be known?and perhaps felt?by the entire rebel army in our front before the close of the day, there can be no harm in making it public at once. The order to march was issued from Gen'l Meade's headquarters yesterday morning, and was disseminated through the army by 2 p. m. Gen'l Gregg's cavalry division* accompanied by a portion ol the canvas pontoon train, moved yesterday afternoon toward Richards viile, and were engaged until late at night repairing tbe road to Ely s Ford. Soon after midnight that division moved to the ford named, to establish a crossing. About midnight the 3d Cavalry Division, with another portion of the canvas pontoon train, left for Germania Ford, 5 or 6 miles above, there to establish another crossing. Itia reported at this hour that both efforts were successful. The advance of the Second Corps, Major Gen'l Hancock commanding, broke camp at midnight, and moved down the Stevensbnrg and Richardsvllle road toward Ely'a Ford. The entire corps were on the march before 3 o'clock this morning in the same direction, and were expected to effect a crossing soon after d?heCFihh Cotys, under Major Gen. Warren, commenced moving at midnight. Tbe advance, conalatlng of two divisions of infantry aad a portion of the artillery, passed through Ste vensburg at midnight, closely followed by the remainder of tbe corps?all marching toward Germania Ford. The 5th corps was closely succeeded by the 6th, under Gen. Sedgwick, which quitted its camp at 4*fc. m. Both the 5th and 6th corps are understood to be crossing the Rapidan at Ger mania Ford. The entire movement of the army resolves itself into the cnoosing of the Rapidan river at two fords, toward the right flank of the enemy, placing itself crossing, on a line nearly par* allel with the river, between Orange Court Bo use and Chancellorsville. At the prsaent hour the movement is under way, and there is a probability that It will be successfully ac complished without severe opposition by Lee, to wnom this bold push must be more or less of a surprise. It is not probable that any se rious en gage moat will be (ought to-day. Cav alry skirmishing and artillery dueling an likely to make up the day's fighting, unless the enemy contests the advance in force. Thus the event /or which the country and the army have waited impatiently for weeks transpires. All night the sounds of prepara tion and departure have been heard upon the roads and in the encampments, now almost deserted. Tbe rattle of forage wagons, the lowing of cattle, tbe slow movement of ambu lances conveying sick to tbe rear, the clang of galloping hoofs, and, still later, the deliberate ' and ponderous tumult of thousands of armed men moving into line and thence away over the hills toward the enemy, having filled the hours. Upon what battle or what result the Army of the Potomac has gone forth lrotn this deso late place, who shall tell 1 It marches with hope in its heart, and with abundant rations upon its back. No cheering; the Army of the Potomac hss learned how not to cheer until the victory is won. The enthusiasm that nasd to echo In tl|e valleys of the Old Dominion has SSnk " "Hnr__.iL ?TP ? "Fight I version Sc strength and ptuck the' world has beeta ujjd so much doting the past. <bw weeks, shews a wlu'bs imDediaceTMr me <j?ai hsnd. If, on the contrary, tha fall back and escape a pitched flict si net be nearer Richmond thaa tto Kan Id an. 9 THE TB?y L \TEST The Enemy Abudta the Lia< ef the Ru> Idas [bpecial Despatch to the World J There f9 n, doobt now from Intelligence re ceivfd from Bealton station to-day, bat that Lee has entirely abandoned his line on the Rspidan. and -with bia army baa taken the road* running from tbe south of tbat stream to Orange Springs and Grovcr's bridge, west of Mine Ron, and of tbe branches or tbe North and South Anna riven, destined either for the entrenchments at Richmond or for a poeitien at Hanover Court House There is no indication of a rebel movement into the Valley of Virginia, and tbe fact of tree's general retreat, as be did formerly at Mine Ran and beyond, seems thus clearly established, v- Burners from the Peninsula Pas*enger? who arrived in thia city from Baltimore last evening, state that Information >-ad been received there, from Rebel sources aa wel. as from Norfolk and Fortress Monroe, thatGen.W.F. (Baidy) Smith, with a large army, bad disembarked on the soutb eideol the James ri ror, not far from Fort Darling, on l?rnry*a Bluff, asthe Rebels call it. His object was of course a matter of mere speculation it might be a feint to distract the Rebels aud ore vent tbe sending of reinforcements to I^ee.'bnt if it was in earnest it meant that Port Darltnc and Petersburg were to be captured and Rich mond cnt off from direct railroad communica tion with North Carolina and the rtat of (ha booth. it lhis newa la correct, and it is generally be lieved >n Baltimore, tbe occnpation of Woat Ronton laat Monday was merely to deoefrve e enemy. SUll, all is mere unsutbentlcsted rumor as vet, and Gen'i Smith's army may he destined for West Point, to co*operate with the extreme left wing of Gen'l Meade's army. [ We give tbe aMve without attaching im portance to it. We know of no information reacbing here in regard toGen'l Smith's move ments, tbat can be called more than loose and idle rumor?Ed.] The Armies of the West?Active Opera* tieas Began. Tbe movement now taking place Is on a grand scale, and tbe three great armies are un doubtedly in motien. Gen. Sherman's army* in Northern Alabama and Northern (leer was to move on Monday last, in three celnmns, to give the rebels battle. A' ponement of a day or so may bave taken place, but we shall soon have stirring newa from the West also. Gen. Sherman's army la very large, and under efficient organization and discipline. Condition of Uniea Soldiers from Rich mond?Visit of the Wnr Committee (a Annapolis and Baltimore. Baltimore, May6.?To-day,Maj. Oen.Wal lace and Messrs. Wade, Harding, Gooch, Ju lian and Odell, the Congressional Committee on tbe Conductor tbe War, visited the hospitals in Annapolis for the purpose of examining re turned soldiers from Richmond aa to their treatment by the rebels. Several were examined, and confirm the re ports already published of their inhuman and cruel treatment. Tbe committee returned to this city to-nigbt, and examined some soldiers in tbe hospitals here on tbe saihe subject Photographs of soma of the half-starved heroes are to be taken, to accompany tbe report when printed. Reported Reverse to General Banks?A Doubtful Story. New Yosk, May 6.?The Commercial has a report from New Orleans tbat Gen. Banks, on bis retreat to Alexandria was assailed by the rebels in force at Cane river and suffers* heavily. Thirteen transports and gunboats are said to bave been blown up by his order* to prevent them falling into tbe hands of the enemy. This story is certainly doabtful, to say tbe least, as the latest advices via Cairo from Alexandria make no allusion to any such engagement. CONOBBSSlONAli. I* thb Sknate yesterday? The National Bank bill came up in order, when Mr. Sherman called for the reading of a letter from Secretary Cbaae, dated the tid iust., addressed to Mr. Fessenden, chsirnym of the Senate Finance Committee, and which had been referred to in course of debate on Thurs day. The letter is as follows: Sik : Nothing but my deep sense of the im portance of sustaining, by every possible means, the public credit, upon which the sole dependence" of the Government for means to I suppress the insurrection must r?6t, would induce me to address you this letter upon & subject which has already received so mucb consideration. The bill in relation to the National Banking system, now under debate, Is in the nature of an amendmenttotbeactof last session. Though a complete bill in itself, it contains few provi sions not substantially embraced in that act, among which tbat in relation ta the measure I and distribution of taxation, may be regarded* perhaps, the most important. Under ordinary circumstances there might be no insuperable objection to leaving the property organized under tbe National Banking law subject, as are almost all descriptions of prop erty, to general taxation, State, national and municipal. But in the present condition of the country* I respectfully submit that this partic ular description of property should be placed in the same category with imported goods before fllliy I1IIU icuwm' r'<?? -* k. >?k ?ected to exclusive taxation. At the present moment the duties on imports f rm tbe sole reliance of tbe Government for nr eans to pay the interest on the public debt. If tj these means the taxeB to be paid by the National Banks shall be added, a most import ant addition will be made to those measures. The mere fact tbat these taxes are made payable to tbe General Government, and so rendered available for the payment of the int-re3t on the public debt, and for tbe reduction of its prin cipal, will strengthen tbe public credit, and facilitate the negotiation of the necessary loans at moderate rates of tnterest. I bave no doubt that such a disposition of these taxes would be worth more to the Government d..ring tbe present struggle in practical results than three times the actual value of the taxes themselves. 1 do not at all suggest tbat this description of property should not be taxed as heavily as any other description; on the contrary, 1 think it just tbat it should bear its fall proportion of tbe public burdens. I am only anxious that tbe taxation upon it sball be made to contribute as largely as possible to tbe general welfare. And it is the conviction deeply impressed on my mind that it will contribute more when aggregated in one mass, and made to tell upon tbe general public credit, than when distribu ted between the nation and tbe States, and nu merous municipal corporations, that prompt me to address these views to you. Under any plan of partition tbat may M adopted, tbe amount of taxation distributable to tbe several States and municipalities will be comparatively small and unimportant, and it is quite possible that the total taxation of bank ing property for all purposes will be less than it will be if taxed exclusively for national pur poses. The advantages of partition to States and municipalities will, therefore, be small, and the banks may not lose by it. The nation alone will be injured. it will be understood, of course, that the foregoing suggestions are intended to apply to real estate held by titles under State la wo, and should properly be subjected exclusively in State taxation, except in tbe event of a direct tax by Congress. The case is otherwise with tbe personal property and credits of the bank ing associations. These receive their organisa tions from national law and for great national purposes, and may therefore he with great propriety, and, as I have endeavored to show at the present tim*t with neat public ad vantage, subjected to exclusive national taxa tion. Very respectfully, yours, S.P. Ceagk. The 30th section of tho bill in relation to the rate of interest to be charged by tile banks, be ing under consideration, Mr. T" Sherman moved an amendment, which makes the clause read aa follows:. "That every association may charge the rate allowed by the laws of the State or Terri tory where the bank is located, and no more, except that where, by the laws of any Stats* a different rate is limited for banks of issue organized under State laws, the rates so limit* od sball be allowed for associations organised in any such States, under this act." The amendment was adopted.'j Mr. Chandler offered aa amendment to tM 31st section, striking ont the cities therein named, in the West and at the Bast, as avail able places for the redemption of the circula ting notes of the association undfrttof a?fc; retaining simply New York, Philadelphia anA< Boston as the points of isdsSB^Mon, which, after debate, was adopted. The 32d section conform with the i that instead of re? said cities, each ba?r tion la eitherof'hsr circnlatien shall so 1 count not exceeding -am? ' A i Mr. Henderson Aidved to tion, by striking otrtUh lldnllof million of dollars tat/oireaihtl] tbe act, and inserting the WortI* nawfhrthorisedjM* ~ j^|i aleaai lit ran Heme*? Seventh Coagree l sional district of Missouri, the resolution de ' clariugneither' ot the eetittttattta entitled to i tbe seat. HmH ihl Messrs. Upsa*?ad Smtfthers ape*-.* in oppe i ritioo Aa the iweojjation st the pampHiee, " V* grouaStakea*

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