Newspaper of Evening Star, May 14, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated May 14, 1864 Page 1
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4 V-25. XXIII. WASHLNGTOIN, D. C., SATURDAY. MAY 14. 1864. W. 3.498. AUCTION SALES. VCTCHC OAT*. B T GREKN & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. TKl'STEE'8 SALEOP TWOHANDSOME BUILD VNG LOT8 EA8T OF TBE CAPITOL AT AU<L TluN On FRIDAY, the i!th instant, I shall mU, in *oot cf the preriises, at 6 o'clock, p. m., by virtue r f a de<-0 of tru-1 to the subsoribsr, b?ar?ng date let day nf J tly, ms:'. and r< corded in Liber J. A 8 , ho. 182 Mioa, S96 397. and 399. ons of the land records *>r the county of Washington, in the District of Columbia, the following nauteC prov?c ty l>ii>g ani being In theoitp'of Washiu^tou, i/is Irlet afor.-faid vix: Lo'a m.mb.jr?d nineteen an4 twenty, is jquara ' omb^Tvd ten hundred and twenty-nine, cjntain ixg ov?r nineteen thousand square feet of ground. Tb?? property fronts one hundred and tw? nty-oae ?ix inches on north F. between Thirteenth and Fourteetth streets east, n?ar Maryland ay. Tarmsof sale: One-fourth cub; the balance in 6, It. and 18 -nonths, the purchaser t-> give notes for t?-? Oeferred payments, hearing Interest from the a*y o( nale A deed given and a deed of trust taken. ill conveyancing at the cmstcf the purchaser. If the terms are not complied in nve days the True??-e reserve the right to resell the property, at the risk and cost of the first purchaser, by ad vfrtising the same three times in the National In telligencer. ROBERT RIOKETTS. Trustee. . rtyj GREKN St. WILLIAMS. Austa. AUOTION SALE OP VALUABLE REAL ES TATE ON THE POTOMAC RIVER, In Alixandru Oohitt, Vjt, By virtue of a deed of truat executed by Gaspar Toehmflti, and AppollomaJ Took man, his wife, (U.ed Jnly u, 1867. aud rec >rded among the laud T***OTita of Alexandria Co 'nty. Va.,?the said Gas Car roebmsn being encaged in th? rebellion ag^iust ae sovereign authority of tbe United State*-, and tfce interest on the debt secured by said aeed of trust being in arrear a id unpaid from the ?>th day of October, 1861,?I shall pro eed, by order of the a?rty secured, and by virtue of the authority con tarred by said deed, and the statite in such case made and provided, and on the 19th day of May.1864, I shall sel. at auction to the highest bidder for cash, la front of the Mayor's office in the Citvof Alexan dria. Va.. at 13 o'clock, m., the property ntmed on ?aid deed, that is to say the farm called " Summer Hill" on the Potomac rive' In said County,?the aarr.e compri ing about one-hundred and Bfty acres, aad being situated about midway between Wash ington City and Alexandria, Va. Further particulars of the sale will be given at the time thereof. _a?.30 td J. M. STEWART. Traatee* JJNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE. In virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias. Issued from the Clerk'a Office of the Bapreme Court of the United States, for the District of Columbia, and to n?e directed, I will expose to public sale, for cash, at the front of the Court Housedoor.of said Coun ty, on WEDNESDAY, the 55th day of May nex*. 064, at 12 o'clock m., all defendant's right, title, claim and interest in and to the north part of Lot No 34. in Squire No. 877, bourded as follows:? Beginning for the same at the southeast corner of Lot No 33. on tbe line "f Seventh street east, run ning tfcence west 97 feet, thence north 31 feet, tbenoe oast 97 feet to t he beginning, together with all singular, tbe improvements tht- reon seiaed and levied upon as the property of Satnuel and Joseph Arnold ard will be sold to satisfy judicial No 216, in "?vor of White, Middleton A, Beall, use of Elias E. White tnyj WARD H. LAMON, U.S. Marshal, D.?. B Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Auctioneers. TRUSTEE S SALE OP PINE BUILDING LOT ON SIXTEEN! H STREET BETWEEN MASSA CHU81TTS AVENUE AND NORTH P STRBKT. On SATURDAY AFTERNOON, May 21*t. at 6 o'clock, on the premises, by virtue 01 a deed of trust, dafed April 21st, 1363, and duly recorded among trto land records for Washington County, D. C.. at thr request of the holder cf the note thtra in secured, I shall 8'11. Lot No. fi, in W. M. M'-r rick 'a sub division of the sonth part of,Square No. 161, fronting 22 feet on Sixteentn street west, be tween Maao&cbusetts ave ue and north P street, and runnirg baeh 1?5 feet to a wide puSlie alley. Terms: One-third incash;th? remainder In aix and twelve months, with intereat, aecured by deed of trait on the premiaes. Conveyances at the cost of the purchasers. TU08.J. FIsnEH, Trustee. my.9-eoAds J. 0. McGUIRF. A CO.. Auote. B Y J. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TBU TEE S SALE ? F BRICK DWELLING HOU*E AN ? I OT ON NoKTK H, BKrWEEV THIRTEENTH AND FOURTEENTH STREETS W EsT By virtae of a deed of trust from William H. Clampitt and wife dated tbe twenty-third day of Bea't-mber. eighteen hundred and fifty-eight, and duly recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No 181, folios437, 439 aid 439 one of the Land Records for Washing ton county, District of Colombia, I shall sell at PrbEc Auction, on tbe premises, on THURSDAY AF"? ER5 00N. June 2d at 6 o'clock, all that lot or j?a ro? 1 of land in the City of Washington, and Dis trict of Columbia aforesaid, being part of Lot numbered one twenty-nine, and thirty. (1,29,3),) io Square numbc -d two hundred and flfty (250,) ns said L< tsacd Square are marked laid down, and distinguish*d on the plan of *aid city : beginning for tail part at a point on tba linn of if street r?rth, eigM feet four in eh* s (8 feet -4inche?) east of tbe southwest corner of said lot nu Tibered one. ?Lrd running thence eastaifteea feet 8 inches, (M feet R inches.) thence north ninety-two feet, (92 feet.) thence weBt sixteen feet eight inches. uC feet 8 inches.) tbence sonth ninety two feet (92 feet) to tb? place of beginning, improved by a well built Briek House. wifh all the c oderu improvements This property lies just east of the D*mennu build ings. and opposite the Presbyterian Church aud ia Me of the most desirable residences of it-class in tk- city. Ternis: One-third of tbe purchase m?ney in cash; tbe balance, witfc intereat. in six montha. A doed will b*< given and a deed of trust taken to secure the 0tf?rren payments. AU conveyances, including revenue stamps, at the cost of tte purchaser Should the terms of sale not be complied with within three dave, the Trustee re?erves the r cht to re-rell at the risk and expenses of the pur nba*er. after giving ods week's totice in tbe Na tional Ir.tpllipencer, or other newpaper pub li**ed io Washington. JNO D MoPHER^ON Trost?e. ny 12,eoAds J. C McGUIRE A CO. Aueta. ^JALI OP :0NDKMN'ED HORSES AND MULEsl Out Quarter ma it \? Qffiet, Depot of Washington,I Wa6HIS?jtos, D. C , April 27 183-4. \ Will be sold at public auction, at the Corral, near tbe Obs-rvatory, in Uie City of Washington. D. C.. on M rDVE^PAY May 11. IBM, and WEDNESDAY, Way 26. IPM. a lot of HOF3E8 AND MVLES, aondemned as uwfl* for public service. T?rn)n: Cash in Ooverument fnoda Bale to commence at 10 o'clock, a. m D. H. RUOKER, Brig. Gen. and CMe'Quartermaater, ap.27 3St Depot of Waablagton. D. C. RUCTION SALE OP CONDEMNED HORSES. War DsriRTUKRT OaviLaT Btjaaatj, OKricc of Chikk QnaaTiRMisram, WajAtairrow. D. C.. April ?5.18W.. W1D b- sold at public auction, to toe highest bid der, at the tinea aad plaoea named beiow, vis: Newport, Penna . Thursday. May 5th Gettysburg. Penna. Monday, May Pth, Alt->-<'iia Penna., Tbur?day,May 12th, M lfflin, Penna , Thursday, May 'Vth, Reading. Penna., Thuraday, May 36th, I-eVanon, Penna., Thursday, June 2d, North nm her land, Penna., Tharadav, June 9th. Seran'on. P?nna.. Hliur?day, June l?th. Wtlliamsport, Penna , Thursday, June 23d. _ One Hundred < VXt) horses at Gettysburg, and Two Hundred and Pifty (IV)i at each of the other places These horaea have been condemned aa unfit for the cavalry service of the United States Array. For roa < and farm purposes many good bargains may be had. Horse* will be sold singly. . ,. Bales begin at 10 a m., and continue daily until all are sola. - Terms: cash, in United Treasury, notes OJ-ly. JAMao A. SKIN, ap Ho tje20 Lt. Col and C. Q. M Cavalry Bureaa, J ITED bTATES MARSHAL 8 BALI. >on as the proh?*t?of William Douglass, and will sold to satisfy *i<n<aal No. 294 and 299. to Octo rterm 1869, in firvor of Wra. G. W. Whit* and In virtue of two writs of Fieri Faeias issued from the CU'k's office of tbe Circuit Coart of the district of Columbia, and to me directed, I will eipose to public sale, for cash, at the front of the Court Houfcedoor, of sa<d county, on MONDAY, the 6lh day of Jnne next. 1W4, at 12 o'clock M., all de fendant s right, title, claim, and interest in and to Lots No. 1, 2. and 3, in Square No. <W, beiag the nndivlled third j^art of Mid Lots^seixed and levied npon be a b*r ? .. ? Brt ther. use of James R. Smith, use of Henry Do?lla?S. WM. SELDEN, mj ,l3_dAds late U. 8. Marshal. D. O. 8. MILITARY RAILROADS, ? OJict qfAssistant Quarturmatfm, WASHIiaTOS, April 19, MM. AUCTION -Will be Bold, on W1DN1JSDAY, the 19th day of May, at the Railroad Depot, in Alezaa dria, Va., too Tons of Old Railroad Iron, ion Tons of Old Car Axleg, 290 Tons of Cast Scrap Iron, 10(i Tens of Wrought Iron, > 3 Tons of Old Brass and Copp*r? mo Oil Barrels. _ Terms: Cash in Government Funds. Ten < 10) percent, to be paid at the time of porchaM, the b&Usct on deliv?rv. The property must be removed pom date of sale H. L. ROBlNS?.)N, ap*16-dts. Captain and A. <4 ?. KEY8EB A CO. PHILADELPHIA ALE DEPOT No. 93 Locisi asa Avssck, between 9th and 10th st*. ALE BY THR BARREL AND HALF BARREL We also invite the attention of Sutlers and the trade to our superior BOTTLED ALE AND P0R TER. packed and ready for shipment. tuy4-2w* ?/OR SALE?At the Foundry Church, corner of t4 )4tb and G streets, 43 Church Seats, with backs and painted, 16 Venitian inside Blinds, 6 Win low fliadea. 26 yawls tloor Oil Cloth, 2 Purnacea, with Lxtjres complete. 2 Stoves, and 5? fet^t of Stove lite ?' Jeot of Picket Fence, with cedar posta torned, 3\!?r<i? of Abb Wool. All er any or the above articles will be sold very eheap on applica tion u, D A GARDNER. 460 New York avenue, B?*ar 1Mb street m* 2-lt ' -V8 RURAL ARCHITECTURE #1.26. /\ u . ning'tt Country Houses; ?9. Vaui V t ilTas and Cottages; ;fI. Loudon's Encyclopedia of Architecture: London, Hattifld'a American House Carpenter; 93. ft - Jly "a Country Seats; #3 *). V1lUg?* and Farm Oottagea; $2.?l. A Houae lor the Suburbs; London. Field's Rural Architecture- ?J. . .. HloanV O in?tructi*? Architecture, 4to; 96. Sloan's City and Suburban Architectiire. I|j2. fap 19} PKANCK TAtLOR BILLIARD TABLES FOE SALE.-The Subearl bcr bat throe Irst claaa Billiard Tables, nearly aewr?h??* *? wlU U?90~0t vary low. fcataire at tae BID lard room corner of lltt street and peaagf Ivaaia avaaaa. oU 14-tf AUCTION SALES. BT J. C. McOUIRE Sc CO., Auctioneer"?. Of VALUABLE 8LAUGH J .\?OU8B PROPERTY, with Brick Building. iJvra d Dwelling houses,and VACANT LOTS near the Navy Yard, belonging te the J?tate of the late Charles Milter. 8 i ^vi3rKDN^DAT A' TERNOON. May 18th, at ti?.f .. ? ??>remi-: a. commencing with the nrst named and continuing in the order herein SfH.1 fc-7*vl?uo,??a,decrcc of the 8upremo Court c?,_Columbia, Bitting in chancery, the 9th day of April, 1964, in a certain cause wherein Geo. W. Miller is complainant and ahalFaeu??F a *r? dcfendant?> M6.)we 2sLw,tsN,?";2,N^,?<J8,?6 24' 25. 26 , 27, and ? ? No. 9RJ, fronting respectively on 9th K m an(\.Boath N K^et. impnv^i . U5 dwelling house, slaughter Lous*, th? li t Ac., known as tie slaughter yard of v j Miller, to bo sold entire or di vided as may be deemed most desirable. i?im<?.e<il* *fter' Lots 1- 2.S. and 4, in Square fn?dmhfst?elVVea?slfc0Uth ? ^ween 9th Immediately after, part of lot No. 2. in Square ^o. 9"?? fronting 60 feet 8 inchee?on south M 9treet and running back 94 feet.% inches on Pth street east and improved by a double two-Rtory frame dwelling house. immediately after, part of Lot No. 1, Square No. 962, beginning for th? fame at S3 feet <3 inches from the southeast corner of said lot and thence ruu *''d fronting on M street n feet, thence 5 inches, thence east n f^et, thence !SYv 4v ? 6 inches tolhe beginning, together with the improvements, cousisting of a three story Brick dwelling house. Immediately after, part of Lot 2, same Square, beginning for the same at a point on M -treet south, loo'feet from east 10th street, thence north about 72 feet, thence west 23 feet y inches, thence south about 72 feet, thence east 23 feet 9 in-hen to the beginning, together with the improvements, consisting of a two-story brick dwelling house. immediately^ after, part of Lot No. 3. in Square ?o. 999, being the south part thereof, fronting 20 leet on llth street east and running back that width on M street south S> feet, together with the im provements. consi?ting of a frame dwelling hou-e. Immediately after, Lot 13, in Square No. 1,023, fronting M feet on 13th street ea=t, at the carni - oi south K street, and running back 95 feet, to other with the improvements, cmsistiag of a three story brick dwelling house, with three story bnck back building Terms : One-third in cash; th* remainder in C, 12, and 18 months, with interest, for which the pur c5 give notes secured to the satisfaction ot the Trustees. The purchaser to have the option of paying all in cash. Conveyancing and stamps at the cost of the pur chasers If the terms of sale are not complied with iu five days thereafter, the Trust?o? reserve the right of reselling, at the risk and expense of tbe defaulting fnrehaser, on ene week's notice in the National nteliigencer. <;EO. A. BOIIRER, E. C. MORGAN. A. TH08. BRADLEY, ?p 21 co&ds J. C. McGFIRl A CO^Ancv! |?Y GREEN A WILLIAMS, Aucti oneers. TRUSTEE'8 SALE OK~OVER THREE ACRES OF LAND IN THEN MftHP.ORH?MU? OF THE NATIONAL RACJE COTRSE AT AUCTION. On MONDAY, the23d day of Mav, 1861. I shall sell, by virtue of deed of trust to the subscriber. ^n?d in,Libor N.P.T., No. 8. folios 471 4<2. 473, 474 and 4<C, one of the 'and 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, lyine and being in the county of Washington District aforesaid, viz: Part of Ridge Tract, beginning for th* same at a stone marked the northeast corner of Ridge Tract at with St. Elizabeth tract and thenee running by a magnetic course north S3 degrees and along the west boundary of said St. Elizabeth Tracts chains andMlinks to a stake, thence south 26 degrees and 30 minutes west 8 chains and 60links to a stakf?, thence south 83 de grees and 30 minutes east 5 chains and 60 links to a stake set on the boundary line separating the said Ridge tract from the tract Iving east there of, thence north 25 degrees and 30 minutes ea?t along said boundary line 6 chains and 0o linksto the place of beginning, beir.g parallel lines, con taining three acres and four perches, be the Rimo more or less. Terms cash. All conveyancing, including rcvo dop fltampp, at the copt 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 copt of the first purchaser, by giving three days notice of such re sale in the Lvenhig Btar. WM. MORGAN, Trustee ap 21-eoA.da GREEN A- W1 LL1AM3. Aucj*. J^Y J, C. McGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers, TRUSTEE S SALE oFlloUSE AND 1 OT ON STKELTSTNuRTriWi:8T' BJ:TWKKN ? AND P byRi cba?d A. "I! yd?of' W as h?n t y? to'the subscriber to)SecuK a certain debt thorein men n??^,fl-!^1?l,PiBCeerdT10 **lX? *} ??ublic auction, on the Seventh day of Juns next, at 6 o'clock n a . on the premises, -'all that piece or parcel' if fh^MrVJ pr?I^8e?..situated, lying, and beiog iu the said City of Washington, and District of Col umbia, and known and designated as Lot numbered ten (10) in CrnttendenV sub division of Square numbered three hundred and ninety eight ) fronting twenty (20) feet on Nintu street west. b? ?^Sd.P8tre?^ no,r,ta ?au,i ru?>nia? back with that width to & public alley, together with all and singular, the improvements, privileges, heredita ments and appurtenances to the same belon*in* or in any wise appertaining." * Terms: One halt of the purchase money cash, the bslance in three and six months, with inter est. The deferred payments to be secured by a d?ed in trust on the premises. All conveyances inc.uding revonae stamps at the expense oJ the purchaser. fit the terms are not complied with within five davH after ti e cay of Bale, the propertv will b^ re-sold, at the ritjk and cost of the defaulting purchaser, after five days notic* in the Bven ug Htar. CHAS P. WANNALL Trustee. my.S-eofcda J. O.MnOUXRE A CO .Aucts. QUAY'S PATENT MOLDED COLLARS Have now been before the public for nearly a year They arc universally pronounced the neatest aa bett fitting eollars extant? The upper edge present* a perfect curve, free from the angles noticed in all other collars. The cravat causes no puckers on theinsideof tbe turn-down collar; they are aa 8MOOTII INSID* AS OUTSIDE, and therefore perfectly free and eary to the neck. The Garotte Collar has a smooth and evenly fin ished edge on both sieUs. These Collars are not simply flat pieces of paner cut in the form of a collar, but are MOLDED AND SHAPED TO FIT THE NECK. They are made in " Kovelty," (or turn-down style;) in every half size from 12 to 17 inches, and In "Bureka," (or Garotte,) from 13 to 17 inches; and packed in " solid puee': in neat blue cartone, cnn.aining 100 each; also in smaller ones of ten each?the latter a very handy package for travelers army and navy officers. EVERY COLLAR is stamped "GRAY S PATSNT MOLDED COLLAR." Sold by all dealers in men's furnishing goods. The trade supplied by WALL, STEPHENS & CO., ?pt4-3m 322 Pa. avenue, Washington, T O BUILDERS, Having onh&nd a la>g?stoek of bomber, such as JOIST, SCANTLING, SIDING, FLOORING, WHITE PINE CULL1NG8, SHINGLES, Ae., and desiring to change the plan of my yard and at the same time to avoid the expense of moving and re-piling much of this lumber, I shall from this date materially reduce my prices in order to close out my stock and make the desired change at once. I will olfe* particnlar inducements to parties pur chasing largely, especially of Framing Lumber. I have a very superior assortment of 1,1>*, 2, 3. 4 and 5 inch OAK and ASH, mostly well seasoned, to which I im ite the attention of hard wood deal ers. T. EDW. CLARK, Office and Yard Virginia avenue, my7-1 w* between 9th and loth sts. east. WANTED. iMH W FLUTING! FLUTING I WANTED Every ltdy In the District to know that I have, at considerable expense, had built a very elegant machine for.Fluting or Crimping Dressee, Ae. i^ressmakers and others can have any kind of goods Lriinped at short notice, in as good style, and aa cheap as in any other city. Ladles, remember thU is the only mitchine in town, and done at the only '?V,5j*mPing done. 381 F street, oppo site Patent Office, ttteinping and Machine Btitch Ing Depot. my 3 N?T * C having accounts with the tirm of W M. 8HU8TER 4 CO. are requested to make an early eettlement. They will find the books in the hands of W. H. Claobtt at the eld stand. All pereone having aeeounta against the Arm are r??u??t?d to present them for settlement apld-lm AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL. MU8IC JOANTERRURY HALL.) AND HAL L{CANTERBURY HALL,{ THEATER Louisiana Atkxvi, Htar Corntt tj Sixth Strut, Rtar of National and Metropolitan Hottls. Sign of the Big Calcium Light. Gioaoi Lia ., ...Proprietor W. E. Casayacgh ~ Stage Manager. WONDERFUL ARRAY OF NOVELTY. SOMETHING NEW. SOMETHING NEW. SOMETHING NEW. SOMETHING NEW. SOMETHING NEW. SOMETHING NEW. EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK, Ami on SATURDAY AFTERNOON at 2 p. m., Snow's Celebrated Troupe of PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING IXK>S AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKKYS, PERFORMING DO(iS AND MONKKYS, PEKFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS. PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS ANI) MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING PONS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS. PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS. PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS. PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYS, The Most Wonderful Entertainment of the Age. The Most Wonderful Entertainment of the Age. The Most Wonderful Entertainment of the Atr?. The MoRt Wonderful Entertainment of the Ape. The Moot Wonderful Entertainment of the Age. The BIwst Wonderful Entertainment of the Age. The performance of the above tronpe ? Must he Seen to he Appreciated. Mn*t be Seen t>> be appreciated. Mtint be Seen to be Appreciated. Must be Seen to be Appreciated. Must be Seen to be Appreciated. Must be Set n to be Appreciated. Munt be Seen to be Appreciated. Mutt be Seen to be Appreciated. The most remarkable TRAINED QUADRUPEDS TRAINED QUADRUPEDS TRA1M.D QUADRUPEDS TRAINED QUADRUPEDS TRAINED QUADRUPEDS TRAINED QUADRUPEDS ever witnessed. La-t week of the Prize Drama of the MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, FOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, MOUNTAIN OUTLAW, On, THE WRECK OF A LIFE 1 Oh, THE WRECK OF A LIFE! Ok, TnE WRECK OK A LIFE 1 nutrh Hanlon, the OntJ.iw Mr. J. D.? Forrest L&nty M'Laughlin.a broth of ahoy. W B Cavarca.u:;h Redmond Doyle, in hive with Kathleen.. .Wi?liaius Squire Nolan, ft Justice of the peace. .T. D. Sullivan Philip Nolan. bin *on J. J. Dougherty Sergeant Trap ......... .Billy Delehanty Corix ral Dan Johnny Ward Kathleen Nolan, affianced to Doyle Jennie Forrest JuUy O'Brien, in love with Lanty Lucy Clifton THE SNOW BROTHERS in their Flying Leaps and Gymnastic Exercises. JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN. J. J. POUGIKRTY, J. J. DOUGHERTY. J. J. DOUGHERTY? n. WL WILLIAMS, H. W. WILLIAMS, H. W. WILLIAMS, IN THEIR ETHIOPIAN ECCENTRICITIES, La?t week of MULLIGAN, in his great act of OLB 110B RIDLEY. MISS NAOMI PORTER MISS NAOMI PORTER, MISS NAOMI PORTER. MIES E8TSLLE FORREST, MIRg E^TKLLE EORRKST, Mf8? ESTELI.E FORREST, JENNY FORREST, JENNY FORRE8T, MAGGIE WILSON, MAGGIE WILSON, MISS EMMA SQHELL, MISS EA.MA SCHELL, LUCY JOHNSON, LUCY JOHNSON, IN TLIEIR TEBP8I0H0REAN EFFORTS. MISS JENNIE ENGEL, MISS JffliNIE ENOBL, MISS JENNIE ENGEL) IN SOME NEW PATRIOTIC SONGS. An entire new change of performance every night this Week, concluding with a GRAND STEEPLE CHAFE I ORAND STEotLE CHA8E! GRAND STEEPLE CHASE I GRAND STEEPLE CHASE! GRAND STEEPLE CHASE GRAND STEEPLE CHASE 1 ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT 2 O'CLOCK, GRAND EAMILY MATINEE for Ladies and Children, on which occasion the PERFORMING DOGS AND MONKEYB appear at Cheap Prices, vis : Ladies 29 cents; Children lOcentn. ' LOOK OUT FOE LOOK OUT FOR LOOK OUT FOR CUDJO'S CAVE, CPDJO'S CAVE, CUDJO'S CAVE. CUDJO'S CAVK, CUDJO'S CAVE, CUDJO'S OAYE, CUDJO'S cave! ? The last Sensation Novelty produced in New York, IN ACTIVE PREPARATION, IN ACTIVE PREPARATION,. with N? w Scenery and Appointments, will be pro duced .shortly. my 9 AMOSEMENTR GKOVKR'S THEATER. PsKKPTLVANIA AT.. 3KAR WILLARD'S HOTUL. Liohard wroter.. .. Director THE COOLEST THEATER IN AMERICA. VEN TILATED BY OVER 10O WINDOWS. ICE WATE it FOR THE A UDIE!fCE! THIS (Saturday > EVENING, May M,18M, Sixth night of MISS MARY PROVOST, the most accomplished versatile actress of the age. ONLY TIME POSITIVELY of the intesely thrilling historical drama, in three acts, entitled the FEMALE GAMBLER* Or, THE MINISTER. SPY AND DECOY. Madame De Fontanges.... Minn Mary Provost The Pemale Gambler, Spy and Decoy. The performance will conclude with ihe new and laughthle comedietta of TOO MUCH FOR GOOD NATURE. Monday, last night but five most positively of Mies Mary Provost, who will appear upon that evening in her novel but eminently artistic im personation ROBERT BRIERLV. Tom Taylor's successful drama of the TICKET-OF LEAVE MAN, FORD'S NEW THEATER, Tutb Sthkkt, abotk Pknkstltahia Atisdi. Last night of the favorite Comedian. MR. J. 8. CLARKE, who will appear in two great characters. TIII8 (Saturday) EV?NING, May 14,1?64. the performance will commence with Poole's cel ebrated comedy of PAUL PRY. Paul Prv Mr. J. S. Clarke To conclude with the thrilling drama of JONATHAN BRADFORD; Or, THE MURDER AT TOE ROADSIDE INN. Ca'eb Scrimmidge^?. Mr J S Clarke Ann Bradford .Miss 8usan Deo in Monday, the accomplished actress, MISS MARY MITCHELL, will melee her lirstappearancein this theater a? Constance, in the "Love Chise." and as Lady Elizabeth, in "A Day After the Wedding.'' The N A1 AD QUEEN will shortly be produced, with increased splendor. TERESA CARRENO, THE CHILD PIANIST, (of only ten years of age.) CREATURE OF THE RAREST GENIUS AND SURPASSING INSPIRATION, Will appear in GRAND CONCERT, ON TUESDAY EVENING, Mat 17. At Odd Ffllows' Hall. Aided by her entire company of talented and pop ular artists. my U 2t* METROPOLITAN MUSIC HALL, PntMBVLTAHIA AVl?OI AMD ELITSMTH STRUT. R. OARD'NER & H. ENOCHS Proprietor*. PROF. HOLDEN Musical Director Our Endeavors hare been Crowned with Success. ENTHUSIASTIC RECEPTION or THK GUNBOAT MINSTRELS, ADD DOUBLE COMPANY? whose performances have elicited the highest en comiums from the PRESS AND TIIE MASS. Comment unnecessary, as our programme is CHASTE, UNIQUE AND RECHERCHE. The people proclaim it, and the performances "'""'"""tkmplb of music en-tnin if REPUTATION. For particular} ?< small bills nf the day. Admission ......... 25 cents Orehef'tra Chairs -..?-- ..... ?- - .SO cents Private Boxes f3 and $S. Performance commences at 8 o'clock precisely. GRAN D MATIN EE On SATURDAY AFTERNOON. at O'CLOCK. tX1>T"'ly LADIES AND CHILDREN, On which occasion tlie GUNBOAT MINSTRELS will appear, together with the entire company. GEORGETOWN ADVER?MTS M DRAWING AND PAINTING, ISS THOMAS Will resume her class in Draw ing and Painting Saturday, May 7t&. at her resi dence on Prospect St., corner of Fayette. George town, D. C. Miss T. would be pleased to see her pupils and any others who may nave a wish to join the cla?s. inyS-lw* H IGII STREET MARKET, No. 7 1 Opposite Prospect Street, GeoTMtoirn, I). C. We, the nndersigned, beg leave to inform the public that we have on hand a choice assortment of Fresh Meats of all kinds, Poultry, Game, &c. Rugs wholesale and retail. A'pples and Potatoes by the barrel. Canned Fruits of all kinds at market prices. my 3-lm* II. W. FISHER k CO. STOCK OF THE CORPORATION OF GEORGE 7 TOWN, D. C.?Persons who would wish to pur chase stork of the Corporation of Georgetown. D. 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And be it further cnatted, That within twenty days after tiio passage of thisnct the cor porators named in the first section, or a majority of them, or if any refuse or neglect to act, then a majority of the remainder, snail cause hooka of Mibscription to the capital stock of the said cor poration to becpenedand keptopea in such place and for a period to be fi\ed by said corporators, or a majority ol them, public notice of which may be given by advertisement or otherwise aw said cor porators or a majority of them may determine: and subscribers upon 6aid books to the capital stock of the corporation shall he held to be stock holders: Frovitlf.d, That every subscriber shall pay, at Ihe time of subscribing, such par centum (ten has been determined upon by the corpora tors) of the amount by him subscribed to the treasurer elected or appointed by the corpora tors, or a majority of them, as maybe required by said corators or a majority of them, or las subscription shall be null and void. And when the books of subscription to the capital stock of said corporation shall be closed, the corpora tors named in the first section, or a majority of them, and in c?se any of them refuse or neglect to act, then a majority of the remainder shall, within twenty days thereafter, call the first meeting of the stockholder* of said corporation, to meet within ten dajs thereafter, for the choice of di rectors, of vhich public notice shall be given for At A A _r -ut!- ' " " tary or clerk of the corporation. And in all meet ings of the stockholders each share shall entitle the holders to one vote', to be given in person or by proxy. The amount of Capital Stock fixed upon within the limitation of the charter is *160.000. Notice is hereby given that the books of sub scription will be opened on FRIDAY, the 13th in stant, at the counting-room of James C. McGuire A Co., and will be kept open for sixty days. By order of the corporators. ROBERT McMURDY, my 12-5t Secretary Board of Corporators. p A p X II 11 A X O I N G 8 . I would most respectfully inform my customers and the public in general that I am now receiving my spring stock of American and French PAPER HANGINGS. c*nsisting of the fine <t French Gilt Papers, suitabla for parlors, dining rooms, cham bers and halls. I am also in icceipt of a large assortment of Gilt Cornice, Gilt Window Shades and Picture Cord and Tassels. All persons vishing to purchase will do well to look for themielves before buying elsewhere, a> I have the largest assortment of the above goods in the city. * JOHN ALEX ANDER, my 9-eogm [Intel.] No. 210 Pa. avenue. REFRIGERATORS I _ it RJE'RIGERATORS! REFRIGERATORS! REFRIGERATORS! MATTING ! MATTING! MATTING! MATTING ! CARPETS' CABPET81 cARPKTSl CABVETS! Jvrsaleby GREEN & WILLI AMS, my ll-6t No. ftitS, cor. 7th and D a?. north. R OOFING FELT AND PITCH. Just received and for sale, a choice lot of Felt and Pitch, wfcich will 4 e sold cheap, together with LIME, PLASTER C1MENT, HAJB, Ac FEMWIOS * STEWART. ap M-lm* west aid* 7ta St.. si Oanal bridge I PRIZES CASHED N All legalized lotteries. Information given. Circulars s?nt free, and all orders promptly at tended to. address JOSEPH BATES, 11 Wall street, N. Y., ftp-8 1m* Post Office Box 4,2(34. ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. Lee in RMrriV-Cnitn Force* in Pursuit? Official.I)i?patchr? fr?m Ai?l?taat Sec retaryof Wiir Dana. Spottevlvania, May 13-8 a. m. Hon. E. M. Sianton, Stcretaryof War. Lee abandoned bis position during the night, whether to occupy a new one in the vicinity, or to make a thorough retreat is not determined. One division of Wright's, and one division of Hancock's, are engaged in settling this que*, tion. and at 7 30 a. m. had come upon their rear guard. Though our array is greatly fatigned from the enormous efforts of yesterd *y, th? news of Lee's departure inspires the men with fresh energy. The whole force will soon be In motion, bu?. the heavy rain of the last thirty, fix hours renders the road very difficult for wagons and artillery. The proportion of severely wound?d is greater than In either of the previous days* fighting. This was owing to the great use made of artillery. (3. A. Dana. The following dispatch was read yesterday in the House of Representatives, by Hod. Ehhu B. Washburne, of Illinois. Mr. Washburne, in presenting the dispatch, said : ?? If unanimous consent be given by the gen tlirnnn from Ohio, (Mr. Ashley,) I wtl! ?*ate to the Hou?e the importance of the official dis patch trom Mr. Dana, Assistant Secretary ot War. It is dated at Gen. Grant's headquar ters, vrererday morning, at h o'cloc k. He s:iys that'.he bat'le was renewed at4.3'.s yesterday morning. Hancock, during the night, took up a position between Wright and Burn3ide, and at daylight afacked with his usual irap"tn oMty, forcing the iront and second line of the enemy, taking the whole ot the rebel Brie. Gen. Johnson's division and part of Gea. Early's, and capturing the rebel Brig. Gen. Johnson and Gen. Stewart, together with 42 gnns. Burn Bide on the lett opened at the 6ame time, and advanced with bnt little opposition, and lorced a junction with Hancock. ?? Wrirht attacked at 7.15, and was at work while Warren was demonstrating in front to hold the enemy, who was strong in his front. The precise number of prisoners was not known, butthey can be counted by thousands.' [Correspondence Associated Press.] Headquahtebb in the Field, May 13?7 a. m.?Yesterday, ?i.s I iufurmed yeu by message, was one of the hardest day's fighting we tiave yet had?the moat severe being in the forenoon The night previous General Hancock moved part of bi6 corps to the left ot the 6ih corps, where the enemj had a strong posl'ion. and the guns from which annoyed onr batteries mncti, and which it was determined to taku if possible. At daylight the charge was made, and although our men were met with the most destructive fire, yet they gained the first line of works before the rebels could get out and run. The consequence was that over 3,000 prisoners were taken, 3,190 men, and 241 officers, among them Major General E. Johnson, General G. H. Stuart, brother ol President Stuart, of the San itary Commission, besides, as is reported, ferty two guns, (only sixteen of which I saw, how ever,) with caissons, etc., some of which were manufactured in New Yerk. The rebels made the most strenuous exertions nearly all day t > regain the position, but failed, each time they came charging toward it b^-ing received with such vollies as sent them back in disorder. Bnrnside's men were not so fortunate in their attempt to gain the line of works in their iront, the 2d and 3d divisions being badly cut up while making the effort. The loss yesterday was very heavy, the rebels'being more than ours The total num ber of prisoners in our hands now numbers over 7,500 since the opening ot the campaign. This morning the enemy seem to have fallen back, and some believe they are in full retreat. Our troops are being pushed forward, and we shall soon learn the facts. A dispatch was received yesterday from Gen Sheridan, announcing t^e destruction of ten miles of road, besides bridges at Beaver Dam, the capture ot three trains and two lo comotives. and the recaptnreof 500 of ourown men. He said be had half a day's forage left, bnt was going to get more near Richmond. Ttiis news being spread through the army created great Tejoicing. Among the wounded yesterday were Lieut. Col. Kogers, 11th Pennsylvania; Gen. Birney, slight Gen. Webb, slight: Capt Kevser, 14th regulars: Capt. Kelly, W>th New York. Gen. Schrlver has been appointed Governor of Fredericksburg, and has gone thither to enter upon his duties. THURSDAY'S GREAT FIGHT. [Correspondence of the New York W< rid.] The Army of the Potomac opened its seventh consecutive dav of battle this morning with brilliant success Advices to ni direct from the iront etate that :ock's corps on the centre, just west of Spottsylvania Court House, moved at an early hour on A. P. Hill's old corps, and after a severe skirmish drove Heath's division and part of Wilcox's, captur ing two thousand prisoners, cne Major and two Brigadier Generals, and fifty field and line officers. Rumor has placed the number much higher, but they are believed to be tne facts as near as could be obtained hastily from the front and tranrmitted to Fredericksburg. At nine o'clock a. m. no other fighting had occurred, and It was hard to say whether a general battle ensued or not. The belief is that another one was fought to day. Intelligence of yesterday's situation is at band. Heavy artillery firing and skirmishing were kept up. Burnside and Hancock maintained the posi tion which they occupied at the close of the battle on Tuesday. It was thought that a gen eral engagement could not be prolonged beyond to-day, but it is impossible to tell if one was fought. Those who reach here from the front are confident that one corps of Lee's army is across the Po river, and that he will not risk another engagement on this side. In the general advance on Tuesday the 6th corps captured I,Ooo prisoners of Dole's brigade, of Rhodes' division, of Ewell's corps, with 27 officers and several stands ol colors, instead of three brigades, as published. It is believed that the enemy's loss on Tues day far exceeds that of our army, as it is known that the casualtiel in Gen Heath's rebel brigade were enormous. A prisoner stated that nothing bad ever been seen like it. The rebel dead were piled up in heaps on the ground. Sheridan had cnt both railroads leading to Richmond at Saxton's Junction, twenty miles from the rebel capital. He has thus effectually destroyed the road. FROM GEN'L BUTLER'S COMMAND. Beauregard Reinforced by Lee?Bntler Successful ?? far?Railroad Communi cation With Petersburg Cnt Off?The Union Troops Reported to have Passed The Outer Liae of Rebel Defences. Fostress Monroe, May 12?2 p. m.?The steamer Hero, with two hundred sick and wounded, has just arrived from Bermuda Hundred, lrom which the foUowing news la derived: There was no fighting yesterday. Onr forces fell back towards the James river some three miles, and were engaged during the day in throwing up entrenchments. Gen Butler intends entrenching from the Appomattox to the James, a distance of some six miles. Beanregard was reinforced during Tuesday night with two brigades from Lee's army, as near as can be ascertained. The James river was obstructed yesterday afternoon by our forces near Turkey Bend sinking a number of schooners and barges. This effectually blockades the rebel iron-clads. Onr whole fores moved at 4 a. m. to-day. Probably are engaging the enemy at this time. It would be well to give publicity to the fact that no citizen is permitted to come into this department without a special pass from ths Secretary of War. One hundred and seventy rebel prisoners, including three officers, were brought here last night, taken in the recent engagements near Petersburg They will be forwarded to Point Lookout to-night. Brig. Gen. Geo. J. Stannard and Lieut. G. W. Hooker, A. D. C., arrived here and left for the front yesterday. It is expected Gen. Swu nara will command a division under Maj. tf en. Smith. LATER. Bermuda Hundred, May 13.?A teamster was shot down this morning by a guerrilla, three miles from Bermuda Hundred. At daylight the rear guard advanced. At eight a.m. General Butler and staff left his old headquarters. At ten a. m. tho whole foroe was moving in the direction of Petersburg and Richmond. At twelve m. the enemy was dU. 0 covered InUfBcbMl. Tbe 10th Ne? Hampshire ilr,- w 't e f n?my fTora tbe intrench ments Tbere ?.#? ?? irmiPhinr ail the afternoon on oarrirbt, l>u? no (rurrhl >*r fift-offlt. A numh?rof T#twls wrri' captured. one colonel. Phere was no flrhtinr on the irit. T&e offlo?n* and mjo are in good spit its. mOM SEW ?KLK.V\S. The Efd Kiver Expedition ?The Fight at lane River?1 he Union Troop* Victo rious. Ntw York. May 13.?The steamer Creole bat. arrived trom New Orleans on th# 5th. v?a. Havai.a. The report of a fight at Cane river. April ?IU if con tinned by correspondence in the New Oileane papers. Tu? reb-1 po'iti"?n was takm by j\^eauli by Gen. Kirice, at t&e point of ti ?? bayoi et. ai d ^0 or 100 reb-?U captured Among the killed was Ool. Fe?MMideu, U-adinr hi" brigade. The rebels pnrsnod acd v*re a (twin ronbd. Their loss was heavy. Otr? l? kitten and wounded. Get.era! M cCle rnand arrived at Alexandria on the tft.tb. Th*> army occupies a sirontr position, and i? able to r?-?tfit five times its number. All <hf transports are below the falls and sate at Alexandria. There are right gunboats kbove the talis. A The Ea?tpcrt was blown tip on the 27th. Tbe enemy made bis appearance on the&tb on the Shreveport road, anrt drove in onr advance cavalry. General McUlernaud art ib?n. With hi-i command, wtieivtbey withdrew v Hhcmu flpht The armt?-s. however. ar? in d (? ) ro> Imity, aBd tbe pickets ar* firing cou ftiiitlv. A batile was hourly expected, and o> r rn?n werr anxious to meet the enemy. NrW York, May 13, p m.?A N-w Orleans !? 11> l o: the 7tU. in the Express. give* a report thit Oe? erul tanks Is retreating by.the land r<-i te to lliafh<>ar Citv, it being- impossible to do so b* ite river, as the steamer City Belle, ?nber way up with a rerimrnt to reinforce l im. was captured, with all on board, and I uri ed. Two other boats were captured and burned. Gold closed heavy at 172. Llf IN RICHMOND WOUNDED. Belle Bo) d cnght on a Blockade Knnner? The Body of a 1'nion I aptain Found. Fouirkpb Moshok, May 12.?The Peters burg Express of the 11th says Gen. Lee la In Richmond, wonnded. The telegraph lines between Petersburg and Richmond are cut, as well as the railroad. The body of Captain Pheian, o the gnnboat Sbawsht en, wan lound floating in the James river yesterday evening, shot through th# bend. At the time of the destruction of the boat be woe seen to swim ashore. The n< ted Belle Boyd was on the blockade runner Greyhound, and is now in bampton Roads. THE WAR IN GEORGIA Pulton I vacuated by the Fn?*niy?The Cnion Army Occapy the Piac?. Cincinnati May 13?General Johnston evat uaied lJalton last night. Our lorc^B no* octupy the place. A Canard. * Boston. May 12.?The report of the sinking of ti e U. S. steamers Unntsville and De Sou by the pirate Florida was a c uard. Bo b vessels arrived at K*y West on the 2!Hb ult., from a cruise. They intended to remain in port two weeks for supplies and repairs. Greenl-acknas Standard Currency. Chicago, May 12.? The bankers of the cfty last m?ht resolved that on and after Monday l ext to adopt greenbacks as the standard cur rency. Similar action has beentaki?n in many places in the interior. GENERAL. WAPSffORTH PROBABLY LIVING. He was Alive in the Enemy's Hospital on Snuday. The cheering new* of the probable safety of Gen. James S. Wadsworth is conveyed in the following extract of a letter from Cap:. Philip Schuyler, of Gen. Patrick's staff. The letter says: "Headquarters >lrmy of the Potomac, Six Miles North of Spottsylvania Court house. 12 m , May Hi?have news this mornioc from General Wadsvorth A prisoner Rtates '.hat he saw li m Sunday morning or Saturday uigbt, lying on a couch In a hospital ter.'t, with one of onr officers at enriine bim. He wa? shot in the head. The bullet entered near the no?e. The General was breathing with some difficulty? and play in? with the buttons of his coat." The la?t statement in this letter shows that Gen Wade worth was so severely injured tha; bis mind wandered. Gen. Patrick, unmed in Captain Schuyler's letter, is provost marshal of Grant's army OFFICIAL.. Abraham Lincoln, President of tbe United States of America, To all whom it may concern. Satisfactory evidence bavins been exhibited tome that Carlos E. Lkland has been ap pointed Consul ol the Orieutal Republic of Uruguay, at New Yorlt, I do hereby recognixe lum as such, and declare him free to exe-cise and enj> y such functions, powers, and privi leges, as are alloved to the ConsnIs of the mo-t lsvored nation*, in the United States. In testimony whereof, I have caused these letters to be made patent, and the Seal of the United States to be hereunto affixed. Given ui.der my band at the city ol Wash ington, the 7th day of May, A. I> 186J, [l.p.] and of the independence of the United Slates of America, the 3Sth. Abraham Linooln. Py the President: William H. Seward, Secretary of State. ABRAHAM Lincoln, President of the United States of America. To all whom, it may concern. Satisfactory evidence hav;ng been exhibited to me that JopbH. Snvder has been appointed Vice Consul of the Oriental Republic of Uru guay, at New York, I do hereby recognize Um > 8 such, and declare bim free to exercise and erjoy such functions, powers, and privileges, as are allowed to the Vice Consuls of the most lavored cations, in the United States. In testimony whereof, I have caused these letttrs to be made patent, and the S*al ibe United States to be hereunto affixed. Given under my band at'he City of Wash ington, the ?th day of May, A D. 1864, [l. 6.] ai d of the Independence of tbe United States of America tbe ?6th. Abraham Lincoln. By the President: William H. Seward, Secretary of State. Abraham Lincoln, President of the United Stares of AmeridV To all whom it may concern. Satisfactory evidence having been exhibited to me that Fribdrich Kltmpp has been ap pointed Consul of Wurttemberg, at New Or leans, for the States of Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, and Florida, I do hereby recognli* him as such, and declare turn free to exercise and enjoy sncb functions, powers, and privi leges, as are allowed to tbe Consuls of the most favored nations, in the United States. In testimony whereof, I have caused these Letters to be made Patent, and tbe Seal of tbe United States to be hereunto affixed. Given under my hand at the City of Wash. Ington, the 9th day of May, A. D. IGM, fl. 8 j and of the Independence of tbe United States of America, the S9th. Abraham Lincoln. By tbe President. William H. Seward, Secretary of State. Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States of America. To all whom it may concern. Sallsfaotory evidence having been exhibited to me that August Widbnm ann has been ap pointed Consul of Wurttemberg, at Ann Arbor, in the State of Michigan, I do hereby recognise him aa sncb, and declare him free to exercise and enjoy such functions, powers and privi lege* as are allowed to the cousuls of the moat favored nations, in the United States. In testimony whereof, i have caused these letters to be made patent, and the oeal of the United Stites to be hereunto aflLxed. Given under my hand at the city of Wash ington. the 9th day of May, A. D. 1S&1, |"L Bland of the independence of the United states of America, the 99th. Abraham Linooln. By the President: William H. Sewabd, Secretary of State. PERKINS, STERNE A Oe.? 180 Broadwar? N. V., EX0LU8IV1 DllLIRi III CALIF Oft N I A WINE. We caarsntoo then all to be absolutely PUR1, for sale by all ftrst-elau Grocers and Drintcti ?vorywhere. ah 30-Sm*

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