Newspaper of Evening Star, June 3, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 3, 1864 Page 1
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V-25. XXIII. WASHINGTON, D. C.. FRIDAY. JUNE 3. 1864. N2. 8,515: amusements. CANTERBURY HALL. MUSIC ^CANTERBURY HALL.I AND HAL L)CANT*R3U?* HALL,\ IHEATIa 10I7TBI1** ATX3TTB, ?... ft.... ?/ EOJS&SSUf W...1U Fmrt*? w j pt?ATiP? gtngo Manage*. MORE NOV EI. TV I MORE NOVELTY! MORE NOVELTYJ Hew Attractions. A Nov ?{{. New Attraction-. C? ANewB . K.? inmtfcM. wt. FrNI * ?" ?"'? MOR* MORA FUN ! FUN1 ?P TWO NEW PIECES ^88?S?il?L., , itejastte" * iktsrte A &"btble F?rc^T0.N1^Hr. N#*r? Bar,esque TO nIgIiI JSSftJiSJsSJftlRiJf; THE FLYING M1LLERITB. Billy Wert u Jake _ N*omi Porter as Pete Billy Weft as Jake Naomi Porter as Pete Bill v West ax Jake Naomi Porter ap Pete 0* THE DBVIL AMONG TUB DARKIES. oJ; THE DEVIL AMONG THE DARKIES. On, THE DEVIL AMONG THE BARhltS. THE MANAGER S ASSISTANT. THE MANAGER'S ASSISTANT, the manager s assistant. MuV.ie&n as Toby Cavana^h as Manager Mulligan as Toby T Cavanaxh as Manager Mulligan as Toby Cavansgh as Manager S On, tory'S MISHAPS. Or, toby'S mish APS. Or, toby'S MISHAPS. Second week of M'LLE MARIETTA RAVEL, M'LLB MARIETTA RAVEL, M'LLE MARIETTA RAVEL, The ere at Tbe great Tight Rope E Tight-Rope Performer. Performer. M'LLK MARIETTA RAVEL, ? M'LLB MARIETTA RAVEL, M'LLE MARIETTA RAVEL. Wbo will also appear in TWO SPLENDID BALLETS, TWO SPLENDID BALLETS", TWO SPLENDID BALLETS, Solo Dances, Beautiful TaMeanr, 8olo Dances, R Beautiful Tableaux, Solo Dsn<-e?, Beautiful Tableaux, Supported by MONS. BAPTI8TAN, mons BAPTISTAN, mons. BAPTISTAN, ASD THE RON7. AN I B allet TROUPE. RON/.ANI BALLET TROUPE, RONZANI BALLET TROUPE, Grace and Beauty Each a Solo Dans^nse Grore and Beauty B Each a Solo Danseous Grace and Beauty Each a Solri Dnns?>eus M SIXTEEN LOVELY YOUNG LADIES. SIXTEEN LOVELY YOUNG LADIES. SIXTEEN LOVKI-Y YOUNG LADIES. john MULLIGAN, john MULLIGAN", john MULLIGAN, W. P. WilUams, J. J. Donrherty, W. B. Williania, TJ J. J. Dougherty, W. B. Williams, J.J. Dougherty, billy west, billy west, LILLY WEST. 15 NEW acts, NEW ACTS, NEW ACTS, . Newiongs, New Burlesques, New Songs, 2% New Burlesques, NewSonss, New Burlesques, NEW BANJO SOLOS, NEW BANJO SOLOS, NKW BANJO SOLOS, MISS CARRIE GARDNER, MISS CARRIE G ARDNER, MISS CARRIE GARDNER. Miss Naomi Porter, Miss Jenny Forrest, Mies Naomi Porter, Y Miss Jenny Forrest. Miss Naomi Porter. Miss Jenny Forrest. M188 ESTET.LE F.jRREST, MIPS E8TELLE FORREST. MISS BSTELI.E FORREST. First wetk of the side splittin?:>arce, entitled THE FLYING MILLERITE! OR, TKB DEVIL AMONG THE DARK1BS ! Jacob Billy West Pete. ? Miss Naomi Porter Old Squintum? J. J. Dougherty Mr. Pillirarlic ? J. DeForrest Mrs Squintum H. W. Williams Louis*. Miss Emma Sonell JOHN MULLIGAN in his Latigl'able Character of TOBY TURTLE Id I've funny Afterriece of THE MANAGER'S ASSISTANT! TWO MAGNIFICENT BALLETS, TWO magnificent BALLETS, TWO MAGNIFICENT BALLETS, A delightful OLIO OP SONGS. SONGS, SONtiS, SONGS, DANCES, DANCES, DANCES. DANCES, extravaganzas, EXTRAVAGANZAS, Ac. Ac. Ac. Embracing the strength of the ENTIRE GREAT VARIETY COMPANY, ENTIRE GBFAT VARIETY COMPANY, ENTIRE (.REAT VARIETY COMPANY, numbering over Fifty Performers. .?> r . ' ? | ; Change n the Olio Department Each Night, Change in the Olio Department Each Night. Admission 90 ? Or?he?tra ___ go Private Boxes, holding six persons." "" gW Door* open at 7 o'clock; Performance to com mence at 8 o'clock. family matinee Saturday afternoon AT TWO O'CLOCK. Ladies 2A cents; Children 10 cents. In preparation, and will shortly be produced, A NEW sensation DRAMA I written expressly for this establishment, by a popular Dramatist, anl founded upon incidents which have transpired within the city. Due no tice of its first representation will be givw. Bargains in millinery AND children' 8FANCY HATS, AT TBI NEW YORK ESTABLISHMENT, Wo. 4 Market Space, second door from 9th street. Having a !srge and extensive Stock of Coods, and desirous ot reducing it before the close of the Mason, the prices will be marked down much below their original value. Ladies will now have the opportunity of pur cha>-ii:g an elegant, stylish Bonnet for tha same prtce they would pay for an inferior one else ThVitock is complete, with every novelty of the season. my l7-?w* WILLIAM BRADLEY BEGS TO INFORM HIS friends trd the public that he haa oa band a Variety of large and beautiful style of Monuments, B?*ad Pton*s ard all kinds of Marble worked to ?rdtr, atd .a thankfnl for past favors and hopes to ??licit a ikare cf '.heir patronage. Penn. av?cc.e, fret**** 4U it4 4M1 ?ti. JBtld-eojm* LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE WASHINGTON CITY POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1864. OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN TH1 PAP1B HAYING THX LARGEST CIRCULATION. W9" Free Delivery of Letters by Cartier* at the residences of owners may be secured by observing the following Rules : 1. Direct letters plainly to the street and number of the house. , 2. Head letters with the writer's full address, in cluding street and number, and request auswers to be addressed accordingly. 3. Letters to strangers or transient visitors in a town or city, whose special address may be un known, should be marked in lower left hand corner with the word " Transient." 4. Place the postage stamp on the upper right band corner, and leave space between the stamp and direction for post-marking without interfering with the writing. Aiequest for the return of a letter to the writer ?f unclaimed within thirty days, or less, written or firinted. with the writer's full address across the eft band end of the envelope, face side, will be complied with at usual prepaid rate of postage, payable when delivered to writer. LADIES' LIST. ArlingtonMollie Giliett Raohel Nelson Mrs Jas AfnoldGertrude Garland Julia Nourse Emma L Adams ClAra Gordihell Miss Nor is Catharine An.iivine B J ML Neal Mary Adams Laura GillismRebeccaSNelson Mrs Ja<A Aciton Hell Golden Ann Osmond MrsA A Aikin Mrs W J Good spend Anna Perchke Itutha Anderson Mary Gilbert Mrs E T Paige Mrs M B Armstrong Greenwood Al- Porter Mrs E A Maria _ meda Potut Miss SII L AdamsPrigcillaLtJovau Mary P Pierce Anna Armstrong Cath Gannon M Ade- Piatt Miss M J Brown Maria laide Piatt Mrs Geo Black RebeccaA GassawayAnna? Peter Roberter Bally Arrv Grant Cynthia J l'atton Mrs Geo BloomarRebeccaGaflord Mrs J R Peddicord Miss Hois Frances M Geuitia Liiz.ie RE Bell Mary G ray Mrs Proctor Cath Brown Mary J Garvey Mrs Perkins Frank Bower RebeccaC Graves Emma Potwis Hattie Bailey Emma Howard Rosa _ Palmer Mrs Brat/. Elizabeth Hermen Sophia Penberger Mary Baker Mrs Chat Howes Mrs M W L Benton Mrs A T Heart Priscilla Porter Fanny C Bland Anna Hoyt Nellie i Phelps Jenny Barnons Minnie Hodge Maggie-3 Phillips Lucinda BensonMrsEW-2Hi>w e Kate _ # Pettit Elizabeth Bradwell Laura nunter Lavinia Pierce Miss A J Buell Mr-1 Marst HowardFannyM Person MrsLiner linker Julia HarriaCharlotteQuin Carolice Butler Mary Hawley Mrs Col hie? Mary Barry Sally J R Ritter Jenny BlossomMisN 11 HarrisonMrsIlIlKiifjjs Hannth Bowers Rebecca Handy Mi^s Uainond Mrs Faker Roth A Shepuic Ray Barbara Bryant Mary _ Hamilton Sarah Ross Marcelina Batching Lizzie Hatkins Lncv L Rogers Mary l?arker Mrs J F nannon Cynthia Russell Mrs M J Rrwoke Maria W C Randall Myra Boyle Anna Harper Sarah Russell Melinda Borlend Marv A Henry Sarah Rolette Louise-2 Brisco Harriet Hyatt Maggie Randolph Alice Brown Marv C Harris Lucy Rodgers Nellie Beton Martha HanmanMuryJ Robarts Bianca Butler Mary A HartunsCath Reed Mary L Beckley Anna Hnggins8srah Roiget Mary Becket Mary Higgins Marion Rickson Lucy Batcher Rosy K Beardon Anne Babcock Libby Herbert Maria Smith Mary G Butler Elizabeth Hopkins.Emma Stone Callie BorerMissH.irmHoagson Carrie Swerson Maggie Bennet Fehy Hir?t Mrs A Smith Ruth Brown Lurania Heudley Miss Smeed Qlari-a Butler Mary A Hen rick Laura Smith RosettaS Beache Mrs Hasson Anna Hw?n Mr- M 8 BarleyMrsOet ve Hammond Julia Snead M Auatine Carpenter Mrs HelyeuMissBedr.Snee.d Mrs M J MH nerbertTheo- Shares Anna O'afk MrsAlfdM do?ia 'I Speer Nellie Clein Annie L Hopper Sarah SpraguellattieM t lark Julia R C Harvey Mrs SirnnsMrsG'lesC ( lark Elizabeth Hurbet Lizzie Smith MrsChasF Clark Mrs Ap- llirk.s Emily Shear Maggie pletc>n P Hamilton Mrs straubs Caroline Cl),rl< Annie J*s StewartllarrietE Clark Mrs M J Jackson Lizzie I?8teiger Hannah Cull Mrs F M Jackson Vliee Stevens Mrs H K Cook Airness Johnson Mis#W gtoddard Mary B Codney Mary Ja<-kt-on Mary P Snider Mary C Copper Rebec&M Johnson Mrs Sweetland Mrs CummitcsLow ? CaptThsSJ K A Crocker Mrs Jacobs Ilellen E Stanley Lizzie Wm C JohnsonLavinfa SpencerMrsCh as Conrad Mary L Justin Carrie C Sefre<lt Mary Chapman Jos'ne Jackson Eliza Snookman Mar* C?r-on Hattie Johnson Mary E Stevens Mrs Hy* Cahill Honnora Javiu Martha Somewell Sarah Cary Bridget Keech Kate _ Scanlon Ellen Colbert Ellen Kirkland Lizzie Sullivan Anna E Collins MrsM II Kihble Mrs Stevens Jane Cleil Ma/. H P Blender Schu maker Mary Collins Looisa Kniirht Caroline Storkie Mis.s Casey Maggie Kurtz. MifS A M St Clair Amanda Cadwslladtr KmehtHrs Smith Annie Snllie Kepler Eliza , Stuart Sophia ClairvilleKnteY Kiuley J A Sweeny Mrs < he-tneyMrsJa-Lloyd Mrs EE' St fftinon Mary Clark Mrs Logan Mary Sexton Eliza Georgie P Lucy Margaret StanleyAiUelia K Ca-ey Sarah 1 ee Lizzy Shougnis? Brdgt CarterElizabetli Lynch Sarah Smith Mrs A C< nant Ellen Lloyd Joanna Stuard Anna Cook Mary A Lambert Mrs J Steward Loantia Coke KHen Loomis MrsSilasgnyder Caroline Or risan Sarah ? action Mr? Ja-- Straten Miss 8 Coleman Mrs Lint< a Maria Sinallwood Cath Henrv Linton Miss Sparlin Mrs Cleary Mary Amaada J Tompkins Laura Clark Fa?ny Lewis Lneinaa Taylor Hattie Cclbnrt Fli/bth Light Jennie Thomas Eli/.s Cooke Mr* E Lytle Mary A TurrerMaryF Corchrane Anna LinkinsJennieF, Thomas Laura M Lee Margaret Taylor L>dna A Caseey Lula A Lyor.s Mary Taylor Mrs P W Colevobn Mary 1 ee Harriet Turner Lucretia Carroll Louisa MooreGertrude Turner Mary A Davenport Lib- MillarlMrsJasWTPnrner jr Mrs hie L McCosky Margt Win Davis Bosa Murphy Mary Thompson Dean M?ry E Moore Harriet Minuie Dade Elizabeth Miles Emma Thompson Susan D'uiuMriRB Mart Susan Trem per Nettie Diebl Mrs MurphyOathrrfe Thomas Louisa Henrv W Martin Sarah Thomson Mrs R Dodge Miss S H MitchellMif sBE Thompson J as E DaCosta MrsT DMoseby Julia Triplett Louisa Durlap Mr- Miller Ann M Taylor Mrs Mary Duval Mary Morris Mrs M L'tz Ellen Die-on Mary Moreland Edith Upperman Dunnigan Brdgt H< rrell Hellen 8 Marion T!ayt( nCarolneAMallon Lizzie A Underwood Liz I'oiand Lucelia Meant Rose ^ z.ie Davis Jenny Mason Ra chel E Van Wagner Dusclass Saiah Miller Ellen F.liz.a-2 Duley Mattie _ Jlarcone MrsF B Yoelker Cath Douoghue Katie Mendell Ellen A West Caroline Douglass Lottie Mulvey Betty M'illiains Kllen-2 Dorsey Mary Mulford Mrs Welsh N Jane I'ouglass Lottie Cha* 2 Ward Matilda H Diener Mary Miller Leonard WrayMary DiHi w Margaret Martins Jane F Webb Sarah Engard F.lizabth McNeil A guess Webster MariaM Eustice Martha McNaughton Washington Eshelman Mrs Mrs Dave ? KateL Abram McNeil Mrs M:E Williams Anna Edwards Mary McPherson Mrs WarnellTilla EmeringMiss Jno Walker Mrs Delia MeDonnell Cath Artimicia A Elliott Mrs McDouuieBi ttie Wooley Mrs M R Fi?k Culisla A McLean Ella L Whitiuiore Mary Fuss Jennv McAnultfMaryAWorthirigton Fisk ^IrsC B McBrown Miss Blanche Fox Annie McKnabhWidowWevmouth Mrs Forbes Nellie S McIntyreEli/.bh C M FletcherBai baraMcCatfrey Fun- Williams Kate Foster Nattie nieM Wilson Annie R Fountain Jos'ne 3Ia> arte Madame Williarns Lucia Fo.-terllenrietta M< Williams Williams Carrie Foi-rest Lizzie Miss Clem W?lbert Julia Febray Carrie Miller Martfca B Wilkinson Miss FaruuehrMaryA McGuire Mary M H Farley Aunie McCook Julia E Wright Mary J FarnhamMrsAMMiller Ellen Woodjard Mrs Fletcher Mrs Ma L'eoElizabeth Wallass Louisa Fisher Letba E Morfort Maria White Kate Field Mrs Moeler Kate White Martha Gales Mary Mitchell KUea E Wil'iams Anna 6reen Charlotte Mitchell Mr* William* Rebeca (ireenldaM Thou WeidnerRebecca Gro?n Mrs S S Myers Mrs Amos Wavne Sarah A Gant Elizabeth McArtonBridget Watson Nellie Green Nellie Moore Martha X 15 Gantt Rosa MeKoy Mary Young Josiah B Giraird Mrs Molton Mary Young Mrs Louis Missouri ' Marstella Eli/a MigC?LLASi.0C!j.?Mrs. M. A. Y.; Miss M. R. T. GENTLEMEN'S LIST Jk. Allen Dr A B Ash Earl L AJey Jerome Austin Dr A G Ammerman G Alvord Jno Augusta Dr A T Althouse G H Aldon Jno R Auntin AS Armstrong Capt Adams Nel?on Arnold Sgt A F Geo A Andrews N Arnold A K AppGeoW-2 AsburyS AbertChas Austin Henry Ackhart S D-2 Andrson C A Andrews J D Aldrich 8 R Armocost C Albert Jno AkehurstThos A>kese Capt Alexander Ja? Anderson Thos Asbbeld E AgerJno Ambrose Wm T Allen E B ArinbrusterJCM Atburger W C Beveiidg, Rev Brush Geo E Bo wen L w. x Bowers Geo W Brown L D v Beane <>eo Bowser Levi a u Brutingham G Bradley Mic.il p ,r,r. /nA H, Bunnell Capt M w 1 ?>lb*'rt Be nnett Geo W BlaukingsUop M kinn a Syrne U"rhert Brady M J feUlCrA Binh'lfe &b/CptM 5SSA 0Pt XP filltkHrr1 H U Brown Nick Rkck^fA? Batls^ofH H SiaM'c N B^wn A Blake Hon HO BrndstreetNC Becaonan A B BradshawCptJ J Bernard N M Bebv A . Bryan JasH fti.t-i ^<> Burhignam A ByrouJa* BarnesO^iver Baber Sgt A L BortonJos Birry^ Pat ' Bauer A Butler Jno F Bender Prosner Beall B M Bradley Isaac Bargheimer p Barrk Baier '"9. Broderick p ?> Brown A Co Bullow J J BoyceBH-a" Bell C C Bamford Capt J Browne Rich 1 Baker Capt Boyer J W Brawn Reuben Burgess Clark BagroltJas Blaisdell S Borden Chas W By-tte Jno Bowles Dr 3 W B!r>ekChas E Baley Jos Barrows Saml F^bana Cha^ Be-km an J H B-igl>ee SC Baker CB BoskeyJay Babcock 8 S Brutn Lt C T Bender Jo? Barrett DyS Boehm C Batim Chan Bthrens C F Brunner Chas Berger C H Bowen Dr C Brooks Chas O Baker Calven Brown Christ a Bowers J Bigelow Jas Brumagin J W Branscomb Jos Barber Jno J Boston Jas Barton Jno Butler 8no A Baylos Jno Brown Capt C II BrioXman Jno Bnrrell DR ! BeemCpt D ?-4 Brower D R Bogart E W Bortel E S Baker E Brady Jno Brown J as W Beattie Jno S Been Jacob Blake J C-2 Burt Ja?-2 BrOoker?*tEH-2Brown Jas Bartlett E 8 Bfcrker 8 Barrett E S Blanchard M A Busturick t 31 BakefFM Baker t H Babcock F Brotne GOW Balwin G W Brigs* I D Bruce Jos > Brown Cpt JW BogpsJno W Beck J BricksJno H Boss J G-jr Bard Jm W Bell Jno T Bates J no Burgess Cpt G J Benton K W Co<?ter A Chamberlain A L-2 Coolldge A Capron A 8 demons A B Cklwell Alex Cumming HonH Colton Rev 0 Clark Charley CotaChas CoinweU C H CochraneC C Chapman C i'' Collison C 8-2 Caddish C C CoeC B Case Chas P Cole Counsellor CochraneCptCC Church C B Cash Chan Crosby Chas Coyld Chas Connor Chas Connelly D A Curtin Danl Champion D Cowel D P 2 Callaghan D Cosgro Edwd Coles JE B Corning E D Cooper E J Copt land E W Cobnrn F-2 CrawfordCptFE Caifon F 51 Chiton Frank ChuVchill G A Cook Geo W Colburn G W Clapp Ceo Cahelms G T)nnlap A P Dodee A Donaley A J Drake Abram T Darliig A Dullengfr Al>m Dagnnelli B Dirky Capt Dubois (JapCB-2 Duloney Caleb Dirkson C DeRrhen C Denier Dr Dickson Cap DJ Drew E P Downing- Edwd Dooley i' X Donovan Freak Durland G B Denick Geo Downey G W Dwage (<ho Be Buy Geo Deckfii G?o DeGraffH F Du vail H C Dolrcy Jno DtiganJohn Dyar Jos Edwar.d A jr Ellis Alfred Ktltr Calvin Enunennan E Fde'in Edwd II Eye Ephrain Emery Frank Elliott Lt F M Ed gar Cap GP-2 Eurney Dr Geo Fmi-rt (ieo . Emerson Geo F'orningtqn A Fort A inert Frrrinrton A Fay Arnold C 1 riedlander A Kotffer A 2 Fri lvnbrjl B IJ Ford Capt Chas Frayer O C-2 Foster Chas Feny C Fox Chas A Fra-er Daiil Fly nil Duel Fetbean D 1' T^letcner F. F Fowler F F Fo!>W X Geo W Frilzinger G-2 Grander A It I U\ C -V (jennet* A (lewman A tit?fs B Grant B Glass Lt Chss 8 (iiliivrsleve C E Gould C II GillHUan CbftvD Gilbert Cba- YV Gould C M C.asst D W Goodw in E 8 Goodrich E-3 Garrett E W Gover Lt E B Gieenloes Ed (iruge Edwd P (lullford Lt EW (inatorex F II Gollabam G Glorius Geo G radufrat & Dreyfus-2 Grunbergll Gai nett KevlIII Hitkock Alf Hopkins A J Hale Alon/o Hilbert Amnion Hastings A C Hewes Aaron liases Alon/.o Ileaton Adam llarbon B F Hrivninjr B F Ileaton Adam Harrisorl Chs B Hiutwell Col Ileogy C A Haruing COtto Hurdley Chas II Hat-kins ChasW Hu# Chas J Harnill Chas R Hyatt Chas C Hunter Cloud Holden C H Famberg Chas Harris CN Ronnll C R Hate Chas tytbe 4 Co i'lison Dennis ecker Danl Henderson D P Hickman D H Hastings Dr Hobbs Dilman Heifces D C IIalley Edwd S Hadley E A lit nt E R Howell K N Hasting* F M-l Hol(er F Heyer Francis Ha%ens F Hall Geo H . Hunter Grizzin \ Lester Aaron Ingram Dr A Johnson Uhas-2 J( huson Danl Jackson DanlJ P?teejohn Dr Jouins M W J acobs Frost Jaqueti Dr GP-2 Jacobs Hyarn Kelly A1od?o Kelley Andw Knox A Keizie A King Chas teunedy David ellogg D Krieger F J Kator Gso Krebi 8er* H Kraekoff llenrr Lfidge A L LovelandCapt A M J Lawson Alex Lain* C W Lindsey D P Looney D Lombard Dennis Lendril Dennis Landvoit D W Lewis David Loughlin David Losey Baton Brlce Thos W Barrett T H Burns Thos C Butler T P Bell T Bowers Lt ColTS Bennett Capt TT Beacby Crias Barbifre Siir V P Beandt^ V ?5t Co Baum Wti Baily W S Bell Win Bayley W A-2 Builer Wm Babcoek W F Blossom W A Bryant W H Bootey W W 1 Balkam W 1! 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FORD'S NEW THEATER, TlBTH STKBBT, AB0T1 PSJIHSTLV AMI A AVISOS. THE COOLEST and BEST VENTILATED PLACE OF PUBLIC AMUSEMENT IN THE CITY. THIS EVENING, June 3, First night of the new Comedy now playing in New York and London, with treat success,entitled A BULL IN A CHINA SHOP. Mr. Bagshott?.. % Mr. Geo. Berks Appearance of the favorite comedian. MR. B. G. ROGERS. AS FELIX OX/ALL AG HAN, in the Irish Comedy of HIS LAST LEGS. To-morrow, by an arrangement with the Mana *#r,a FAREWELL BENEFIT rill be given to MR. B. G. ROGERS. Monday, first night of the engagement of the popular Comedian, _ MR. J. S. CLARKE, who will appear as Dromio of Syracuse, in SHAKSPEARE'S COMEDY OJT ERRORS, supported by the tavorite actress. MISS ALICE GRAY, and other popular favorites. GROVER'S THEATER. PBilNSTLTASIA AT., SKAH WlLLABD'8 HoTSL. Lbojiard Gkovxk. Director THE COOLEST THEATER IN AMERICA. VEN TILATED BY OVER 100 WINDOWS. ICE WATER FOR THE AUDIEXCE! Last night but one of the GRAND OPERA. Last appearance ofABLpoRMEg^ the renowned Basso Proiundo. THI8 i Friday) EVENING, June 3. Von Weber's greBt master-work, DER FREISCHO CZ, DER FRE1SCHUTZ. Grand Oper t. lour acts, the celebrated INCANTATION SCENE being given in a separate act. Special.?'"Der Freischutz'' attracted the two greatest houses < f the entire season in Boston, anri \va> one of the chiefest causes of the great success of Mr. Grover's season of Grand Opera in that city. This opera is so infrequently performed in Italian that those accustomed only to I'alian Opera are not fully acquainted witli its immense celebrity and rare musical beauties. "D< r Freischutz"' was performed over three hundred times in the city ?f London in (ierman, the only language and school of opera which properly renders it. Its grand in strumentation and exquisite melodies make it, for all time, the pet of the Continental Academies, where, with the greatest preparation, it is pro duced every year. CARL FORMES. in his celebrated character of CASPER, THE RANGER. his last appearance. Signora Frederici, her greatest role, as Agathe M. Tbeo. Hnbelmannas? Max M'lle Pauline Canissa as .Annchen M. Heinrich Steinecke as.. ? . ... Ottocar M. Anton Graffo as.~.. ...... Hermit M. Lehman as^^_ .Cuno M. Henzler as..... ..?..Zamiel M. Kronfeld as? Killian Bridesmaids, Foresters, Musicians, Apparitions, &c. In act third, the celebrated INCANTATION SCENE. Goblins, Sprites, Demons; the Phantom Hunt, Casting the Magic Bullets. CARL ANSCHUTZ Conductor of the Opera SATURDAY, June 4, last night of Grand Opera. By repeated requests, HERR JOSEPH HERMANNS in his great lyric assumption ol MEPHISTOPUELES. F A u's T . MONDAY. June fi. MISS CHARLOTTE THOMPSON and the Dramatic Company. GEORGETOWN ADVERMTS T GEORGETOWN, D. C.. 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Having retired from hia other professional business, be iB now able to devote the whole of hia time to instruction in music to all those who may le pleased to patronize him. Prof. Esputa's method is the same as is taught in Europe?that is, while he makes good performers of his pupils he makes good musicians of them also; so that any one who may receive instructions from him may acquire that knowledge of oausic aswillmaks them com petent for teachers or professional musicians. Prof. Esputa is now forming classes and all who desire to enter must apply early, as the number is limited. For terms apply to Prof. JOHN X8PUTA, No. 513 8th street east. Navy Yord. N. B. Thecars* s Prof. Esputa's residence eve ry six minutes during the day. my 27-fin* KIDWILL & HENDERSON, I No.'367 D 8tb**t, wear Ni*nr. 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McGUIRE A CO.. my9 eolm Auction and Commission Merchants PAPBBHANQING8, r" I would most respectfully inform my customers ?eoeivini PAPER and the public in general that I am now receiving my spring rtoek of American and French PAPER ?ANG1NG8. consisting of the finest French Gilt apera, suitable for parlors, dining rooms, chaia bYam^lso'in receipt of a large assortment of Gilt Cornice, Gilt Window Shades and Picture Cord aIAll persons wishing to purchase will de well to look for themselves before buying elsewhere; a? I have the largest assortment or the above goods in the city. JOHN ALEXANDER. my>-eo?m [Intel.] No. 340 Pa- avenue. ?g0 PAPERHANGINGS. A selected and varied stock of Tine, am and Tirol cut'" ? ? S81 ? THE ADVANCE ON RICHMOND. The Position ?n Tuesday-A Fight on the Old Church Road?Our Farce* Vicieri ??*?Beauregard aud Breckinridge with Lee. [Correspondence Philadelphia Inquirer.| HEADyUartfrp Ahmv or thk Potomac, nkarSaukm Church, <?vj a. m, May 31.?I rent an incomplete dispatch yesterday, in which 1 endeavored to give the readers ol the Inquirer some general idea ol tbe peculiar for mation of out line of battle. The line is, how ever changed this morning to the extent ot 'Warren having moved down aboat a mile 111 the direction of Mechanics vllie, and Burn-id* coming in to fill the gap between him and Han cock It must be borne in mind that Rich nond Is on our left, and the Rebel right flank, and it will be seen why this movement of War ren excited considerable apprehension in the Rebel Councils, which manifested itealt in very heavy skirmishing yesterday afternoon and" late into the evening along Warren's fronc with lighter demonstrations on otir centre It did not, however interfere in the least with the movement of Warren. The position of Sheridan, with two divisions of cavalry, Gregg's and Torbert's, to the left of and a little 111 advauce of Warren, by which be threatened to enter Richmond before them in case of a battle and reverse on their present; lino, was also a source of much uneasiness to the rebels, and yesterday afternoon they en deavored to rectify it. A brigade of Swell's inlantry, aided by all their available cavalry and two batteries, made a vigorous attack on Si eridan's line about three o'clock, but our valiant cavalry met them bravely, and by dark Sfendan had iiot only repulsed them, but had driven them full two miles beyond the Old Church rcod. Our loss in this affair was not over sixty or seventy, while the rebels loetover one bundled killed and wounded and three hundred taken prisoner*). This morning tbe skirmishing is aboutas yes terday; if any different it is more general alon? the line, as if the .enemy were endeavoring to ascertain Mif exact position. Warren's move ment. begun yesterday, haabM? accomplished, and Burnside is in position between him and Hancock, the Sixth Corps, General Wright, having the right of our lines. Prisoners persist in asserting that Lee is sick, in Richmond, and that Ewell is in command ot the Rebel army. What truth there majr be la this is hard to say. There is no doubt, however, that the Rebel authorities mean a desperat* delense of Richmond. Our movement on the James has loosened Beauregard, and hi' for -e is on our front as well as tbe Division of Breck inridge. In addition to this, every man in Ricti mond capable of carrying a mn?ket has been put into the ranks and crowded into the lines before us. With all their rein ior cements it is probable that the Rebel army here has an ac tual fighting strength of one hundred thousand men. Genernl Smith at White House. Wtiiite House, Va., noon, May 31.?This landing was safely secured late in the after noon of yesterday, as a base of supply for the Army of the Potomac, by the landing of a por tion of Baldy Smith's command, all of winch has been withdrawn from Bermuda Hundred, and is now in process ol arrival and disem barkation here, from whence it proceeds to torn Giant eighteen miles distant, by excellent; roads. Port Royal has been abandoned, and Cap tain Pitkin, tbe Depot Quartermaster, has al ready arrived here and set to work wit'i his accustomed energy. There is now here or in transit up the York River, to arrive before day light to-morrow, fnll ten day-' rations and forage for the armies operating on this line. The^docks have yet to be built, so that landing stores and troops are exceedingly tedious, but; this will be remedied by to-morrow. Briga dier General Abercrombie i? in command ot this post, but up to this hour has not arrived from Port Royal. Tbe one hundred day men will garrison this vicinity, one regiment, the One-bundred-aa<l thirty.second Ohio, having just arrived on the steamer .fohn Brooks. A portion of Gregg's division ot cavalry i? this morning being posted to cover the roads from here to the front, and by night communi cation will be luily established. The Battle of Mouday Evening? Hancock: Drives the Enemy from their Rit?ie*pits? I The Rebels Attempt to Surprise Hun at ' ftight aud meet with a Bloody R^piiUf? ! I n ton Li ue* ?<? jipral l> A<l vanced on Tiie? i day Alorniug?Rebel Admission of De feat. [Special Dispatch to New York Time-.] Grn'l Grant's Headquarters, Monday Night, May 30, 8.30 p. m.?Our lines have ad vanced and moved to-day. The enemy resiit < ed the movement but feebly till about three hours ajco, when he suddenly threw a strong force along and on both sides of the Meghan icsville road, upon Crawford's division ot Warren's corps and forced it back siightly. Rebel prisoners give information that the force was a reconnoissance made by Rhodes's divis ion of Ewell's corps, with two brigadescf cav alry, sent out to feel our position. As soon as Warren was apprised of this movement of the eremy, he sent reintorcements to that part, of his line, whose timely arrival prevented the enemy irom turning his flank. The engage ment was severe and lasted nearly an nour. r? suiting in the discomfiture of the rebels, who v. ere driven back in disorder, and left most o? their dead and wounded and a number ol pris orers in our bands. Warren's line remains where it was at noon. The enemy's cavalry force engatred in this reconnoissance advanced ficm Mechanicsville by a road nearly parallel with iliat taken by their infantry, and one and a half miles to the east Old Church Tavern cross-roads was held by Torbett's division of our cavalry. It was about; two miles from the Pamnnkey. The rebels drove in our pickets at this point, and presse I up to the mam line. The first charge by Tor bett's men routed them, and they retired m confusion, leaving about a hundred killed and wounded on the field. They were pursued about two miles, to the vicinity of Cold Har bor. Our loss was two otficers and five men killed, and three officers and seven men wound ed. As soon as word was brought to Gen. Meade of the enemy's attack on Warren's left, he ordered an :ul\ ance of tbe whole line to re lieve him. Gen. Hancock alone received the order before dark, and he drove tbe cn?mr from their first line of rltle.pits, which he still holds. Onr loss was small. We captured about one hundred prisoners Tuesday. May 31, lo a. m.?The rebel papers of yesterday claim that Fitzhugh Let* and Hampton met the whole of our cavalry corps in Saturday evening's fight. In fact we had only Gregg's divison and one of Torbef's brig ades engaged. They admit a defeat and a loss ol one thousand, and that they were obliged to leave their nead and wounded in our hands. They own to a loss of one hundred aad six'y four in the Sixth South Carolina alone. A* midnight last night the enemy attempted to surprise Hancock, and threw a heavy force upon him. They were repulsed after a. sharp fight, and left four or five hundred pris oners in onr hands. It will be remembered lie was occupying their rifle-pits, from whic.h he drove them just at dark last evening. Duriiig the night it was determined to advance th<* whole line as far as Hancock's front, and the movement began soon after daylight. It is still going on. There is considerable firing ol mns ketry and artillery, and the enemy is evidently making some resistance. As yet there are no indications of a general engagement. Lee's army holds a naturally strong position which he has strengthened by steady work* during ihe last few days, on the north bank o? tbe Chickahominy. We are threatening his right, but he does not show any signs of giv ing up his position, and is apparently as ready to resume the offensive as he was while on the North Anna. It is considered certain that Breckinridge has joined Lee with his forces, and prisoners say Beauregard is joining him. William S*rsTON. COKGRE88IOWAL. Ik the Senateyesterday? ? Mr. Lane, of Kaasas, wished that the sense of the Senate should be taken on adjourning over from Saturday until Wednesday. Voices.?What for ? Mr. Lane.?To enable Senators to attend the Baltimore Convention. In tbe evening session? The joint resolution tendering the thanks ot Congress to Lieutenant Colonel Joseph Ba.ley, acting engineer 19th army corps, was called up by Mr. Doolittle, and, after the adoption oC an amei}dment,oflered by Mr. Grimes, stnk ng out the clause authorizing * gold medal to bo struck, the joint resolution was adopted. Mr. Trumbull introduced a bill m relat odl to the pay and emoluments ol attorneys i mI clerks In tbe Supreme Court of the District oC Columbia, which was referred The bill to empower tbe Superannna edt Fund Society of the Maryland Annual Confer ence to hold property in the District of Colum bia, under the will of the late Wm. Doughty, v as passed. Tn? House? jit the evening session took up the Senate'* amendments to the bill to provide a home for friendless women and children, and referred them to the committee on tbe District of Col - umbia, The House passed the Senate bill, granting an honorable discbarge to firemen and coal beavers the same as is granted to seamen. ?y a injy recently laened cards for a sup per party, and had "No Butter" prigted on then. Charles Kean, the English actor, wSo m now in Australia, is coming to the United States.

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