Newspaper of Evening Star, June 10, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 10, 1864 Page 1
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Vii. XXIII. WASHINGTON. 1?. 0., FRIDAY. JUNE 10. 1861. N2. 8.521. ? - - 3* ABU8KM KNT8. CARTlRBOtT HALL. l)8a5t1RBURY mVSaB Loc;s;ixa Atuci, Ktmr Corn* sj fhztA Strut, Rtm if Xancnsimnd MiiT7i>oiitan Houlj. SIONI L?A?- ? .Propriety W. 1. OasiatacgS Jtage Manager, Lut week of M'LLB MARIETTA RAVEL, MILS MARIETTA BAVfb, M LLI MARIETTA BAVBL. MIL! MARIETTA RAVEL. M'l.Lt MARIETTA RAVEL, M'LLE MARIETTA RAVEL. Who will appear in tome new and startling feata upon i ho tight rope, tight ropk, tight ROPE, tiobt rope. First week of the Laughable Pantomime, THE VILLAGE PEDAGOGVE, THE VILLAGE PEDAGOGUE, THE VILLAGE PEDAGOGUE, tsi village pedagogue; THE VILLAGE PEDAGOGUE, THE VlLLAOE PEDAGOGUE. THE VILLAGE PEDAGOGCK, THE VILLAGE PEDAGOGUE, THE VlLLAOE PEDAGO IUE, THE VILLAGE PEDAGOGUE. w 1 ' First week cf tb* beautiful Ballet, arrtoaed bv Mod*. Baptistan, entitled, LA FATE AU VILLAGE, LA FETE AU VILLAGE* ~ " "'II, LA FETE AU VILLAGE. LA FETE AU VILLAGE, LA FETE AU VILLAGE, tA FETE AU VILLAGE, A FETE AU \ ILLAGE la wkicb Mile M?rleU*vRL b avel RAVEL RAVEL RAVEL bT HONS BAPTIST**, mon8 BAPTI8TAN. MONB BAPTI8TAN, AND TUB OHiT RONZANI BALLET TROUP* RONZANI BA?LET TROUPE RONZANIBALLET TROUPE or SIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL YOUNG LADIES SIXTEEN beautiful VOUNG LADIES. SIXTEEN BEAUTIFUL YOUNG LADIB8. MXTJiEN beautiful YOUNG LADIES. Frst *m1i of the side-splittin*Negro Fare? of the old clock, TnE old clock, the old clock, THE OLD clock, THE OLD clock. billy west, billy west, billy west! I* hi8 funny CHARACTER KC*NY CHARACTER funny CHARACTER OF SIMON, SIMON, SIMON. ~?WtgHR IlillS* The Favorite Songstresses, MIS" KPTELLB FORREST, MIPS E8TF.LLE FORREST, MISS E8TELLE FORREST, AND MISS CARRIE GJ MISS CAKRIE GA] MI;?S CARRIE GA] The Famous Original CIRCLE OF BEAUTY AND CLUSTER OF GRACE, MISB JENNIE FORREST. MISS LILLY WILLIAMS, MISS KITTY fcCOTT, MIPS MARY OARDNBR. MISS MAGGIE WILSON, MISS NAOMI PORTER, MISS EMMA LAWTON. MISS VIC M. ROSS, MISS SALLIE WERNER, MISS FANNY MAY. M'LLB VIOLA. MISS MOLLIE THOMSON. who will appear in a variety of SOLO DANCES. BALLETS, AC. To.night and every nigfct this week will be per formed the laughable Pantomime, entitled TnE VILLAGE PEDAGOGUE, Vaster Up to Trick? W B. Cavanaugh Mods. Steps _Mons. B&ptistin Schoolmaster H. W. Williams Mr. Easy Billy West Mr. Prid<> T. Murray Master Billing J. Burgee MnsV r Cummings _ .M'lle Viola Master Tickelet~.? Miss Porter M*a. Pride__ . Miss Wilson Mrs. Stops Miss C. Gardner Miss Easy.-.. Miss M. Gardner Scholars, Villagers, Ac. The performance to conclude with the funny Ne gro Burietta, entitled TEE OLD CLOCK; or HERE SHE GOES AND THERE SHE GOES. ?lmon ? Billy Wes?, Rest of characters by the entire Company of La eits and Gentlemen. Id addition to which the regular VARIETY PROGRAMME of SONGS. DANCES. NEGRO ACTS, AC., AC., AC. In preparation, and will chortly be produced, A NEW SENSATION DRAMA I written expressly for this establishment, .by a papular Dramatist, and founded upon incidents which have transpired within the city, entitled BEAU sickman; or the BUSHWHACKERS of THE POTOMAC, with NEW AND ELEGANT SCENERY and effects Introducing several WASHINGTON celebrities of the day. The Drama is now iD rehearsal, and will be pro duced in SUPERB STYLE, with a FULL CAST and NECESSARY appointments, gotten up an expense of over TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS. And ftr superior to anything ever produced In Washington. Due notice will be given of its first representation . LOOK OUT FOR BEAU!) and THE BUSHWHACKERS OF THE POTOMAC! A in-:! Mi on . ?? -- <0 * Private Boxes, holding lii persona?I 00 Doors oven at 7 a'clock; Performance to ooa nence at 8 o'clock. - FAMILY MATINEE SATURDAY afternoon AT TWO O'CLOCK. Ladies 2$ cents; Children 10 cento CORPORATION OF washington SIX PER C CENT. WATER STOCK. The subscriber have an sale Corporation of Washington Six Per Cent. Quarterly Water Stock, In sums of one hundred dollars or upwards. The ?nlire amount of this stock is limited to f Iflft.noo, for which the revenue from water rents (now amounting to about $16,000 per annum) is pledged, in addition to the faith of the city, making one ol the bast secured stocks in the country. JAMBS C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auction and Commission Merchants PICTURE CORD AND TASSELS. Different sices and co!ors Picture Cord and Taa Mls, Rings, Nails^&c., at ' J. MARKRITER'S. 496 7th streelL Eight doors above Odd Fellows' Hell. Terms caah. ap?-lmif* 486 CABT3S VE V1BITB yBAME? French Gilt, Swiss Carved Wood, and American C,?KUU.. C.rAyKr4^. ,y^? Bight doors above Odd Fellows' Hall. Terms caah. aytt-lmif* ^ AMUSEMENTS. A GRAND CONCERT Will be given on FRIDAY NIGHT, AT ODD FELLOW^' HALL* Strx*th tlrut, In connection with the STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL now being held for The benefit of the Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church. Borne of the finest MUSICAL TALENT of the city have kindly voltmteered their services for the occasion. Commence at S o'clock. TICKETS, 50 CENTS; which may b* purchase! at all the principal Hotels and Bookstores. It* FORD'S NSW THEATER, TBXTB STBBBT, ABOTB PBHHSTLTAKIA ATllfl> BENEFIT of the eminent Comedian MR. J. S. CLARKE, who will appear for the LAST TIME bnt one, THIS EVENING, in 8bakspeare's COMEDY OF ERRORS, Revived nightly with shout* of laughter and applause. MIR? ALICE GRAY AS ADRIAN A CLARKE IN TWO HUMOROUS OHARACTBR9. The performance will commence with the comic drama of ROBERT MAC AIRE. Jacques Strop.?- Mr. J. S. Clarke. In rehearsal, a new drama, played with jrreat success ia New York, and adapted expressly for Mr. J. 8, Clarke, by De Walden, entitled LUCK. Also, a new comedy, called UPS AND DOWNS. Will shortly be produced, THE KNIGHT8 OF THE ROUND TABLE. GROVER'S THEATER. PimBTLYAVlA AT., HAS WlLLABD'S HOTBL, Liohabd Gbotbb^ - ?... - Director Also of Grover's New Chestnut Street Theater. Philadelphia. THE COOLE8T THEATER IN AMERICA. Vbntilatbdbt ?vh 100 Windows. ICE WATER FOR THE AUDIENCE ' TUTS (Friday) EVENING, June 10,MM. BENEFIT OP MARIE FREDERICI, GALA OCCASION ! . i SATIN PROUHAMMES! Last time, positively, of F A U 8 T . M. Himmer as - Faust Pi*nora FreUorici as Marquente Mile Canissa as..? . ? ?? ? ? Siebel ?T. Joseph Hermanns as ? -. Mepuistophues M. Steinecke as _? ...Valentine Mad. La Roche as ? ~ Martha CARL ANSCHUTZ ?.Conductor of Opera THE ARGUMENT. Faust, a German studec after a life of medita tion and lahorloas research, becomes disgusted with the nothingness of human knowledge, and his own inability to unravel the mystic arena of nature. He summons to his aid the Spirit of Brit, who appears to Inm under the form of Mephisto fihiles. Through the supernatural p<?wer ot the atter, Fanst is straightway restored to youth, with all its passions and illusions, aud ia at the same time endowed with personal beauty and lux urious garb, Mephistopuile^. in b vision, re vtalf to bim the foauteous \ illage maid. MargA ret. with whom th* student fall." instantaneously in love. II'- longs to become acquainted with her. and his wish i? soon afterwards ^ratified. Marga ret, equallv noted for her lovelioeas and for her virtue, has been left by her soldier brother, Val entine, nnder the care of Dame Martha, a worthy but not very vigilant person*ee. The maiden at first reacts the stranger's advances, but Fanst, aided by the demoniacal influence of Mephisto philes (who is anxious to destroy another human soul>, urges his suit with such ardor that Marga ret's resistance is at length overcome. V?ler.tine, Margaret'e brother, on returning with his com rades from the wars, learns what has oceurred; he challenges his sister's seducer, but through the intervention of Mephistophiles, he is slain in the encounter. Margaret^ horror-stricken at the ca lamity of which she is the original cause, gives way to despair. Her reason becomes affected, and in a paroxysm of frenzy, she kills her infant. For this she is thrown into prison. Faust, aided by Mephistoi'hiles.obtains acces- to the cell in which she is immurea. They both eagerly urge her to fly. but Margaret, in whom holier feelings hare gained the ascendant, spurns their proffered aid. and places her sole reliance in prayer and repent ance. Overcome at la5t by sorrow and remorse, with an earnest prayer for forgiveness on her lips, the unhappy girl expires. Mephistophiles tri umphs at the catastrophe he ha^ brought about, but a chorus of heavenly voices is heard, pro claiming that there is pardon for the repentant sinner, and the Evil One, foiled and overcome, crouches suppliantiy as the accents of divine love and forgiveners make themselves heard, while the spirit of Margaret, borne by minisUring angels, is wafted upwards to eternal home, S \Tl*RDAY, June 11, last night positively of the M.^tVOp.r.." ^ J[:AN M Steinecke, M'lle Canissa and M. Graffo have kindlv waived their claims for benefits this season. scalk or prices : Orchestra Chairs,? Dress Circle and Parquet .? - 1 00 (Reserved Heats #0 cents extra, t Family Circle C."b7HES8, Business Manager and Treasurer. MONDAY, June 13, l&M. MISS CHARLOTTE THOMPSON, the distinguished Dramatic Star, who kindly gave the first part of her engagement, in order that the Operatic Artists might receive their beneSts, will appear in her incomparable dramatic assumption, LITTLE BAREFOOT FANCHON, THE CRICKET. A GRAND SACRED CONCERT, at the FOURTH PRESBY7ERIAN CHURCH, (9th street, between G and H,> will be given on the EVENING OF WEDNE8BAY, the 15th inst., *heE ROSSINI'S 8TABAT MATER will be sang entire, by a large and efficient choir, under the direction of Mrs. C. Y. Kbstschmak. A RARE TREAT. Tickets *1 each. May be procured at all the principal book and music stores in the city. Je9-lw GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS GEORGETOWN, D. C-. Mav 34.1*94 HF. Undersigned Grocers ana Dry Goods Mer chants do hereby agree to close our respective places of business at IVt p. m. from June 1st to September 1st, 1964, except SATURDAY, in order to afford our employees a portion of time for re creation. w BKALL 4 co W. 8. MATTHEWS, JORN J. BOGUE, GEORGE W. ORME. D. JACKSON, _ W. R. HURDLE, L1WIB BROOKS, A. JJKicLIFf'B A CO., A. F. OFFUTT A CO., W. H. ERNEST, J. F. KELLY, MAYFIBLD k. BROWN, EDWARD H. BROWN, SMOOT A BURROUGHS, 1. 8. ROSENTHAL, "EDWARD MYERB. my 26 3w* TOWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, bytb i Potomac Tow Company's boats, Potomac, "Gov. Curtin" and "Belle H?T#a." Apply to th 'the ac," uw,. vuruii ?w ?'v?- ? ?? ?- - - ' the Captains en b?*rd, or toHN B DAVIDg0N> my IS- Water street. Georgetown. Prof. ESPUTA Would rwpectfullyinferm the public that be isnow prepared to giveless^s IBM in Voeal and Instrumental Music. HavinguflK retired from his other professional business,/ir* be is now able to devote the whole of his time to instruction in music to all thoae who may le pleaaed to patronise him. Prof. Esputa's method fa th* same as is taught in Europe?that is. while he makes good performers of his pupils he makea good musicians of them also; so that any one who may receive instructions from him may acquire that knowledge of music aswillmaks them com petent for teachers or professional musicians. prof. Esputa Is now forming classes and all who desire to eater must apply early, as the number ia HFo^tirms apply to Prof. JOHN 18PUTA, No. ?13 9th street east, Navy Yord. MB The cars pass Prof. Esputa's residence eve ry si* misutes during the day. asylT-lm UST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN THE WASHINGTON CITY POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1864. OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN TH1 FAP1R HATING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. ?QT Free Delivery of Letters by Carriers at the residences of owners may be secured by observing the Mlowing Rales: 1. Direct 'etters plainly to the street and number of th* boose. 2. Head letters with the writer's fall address. In cluding street and number, and request answers to be addressed accoroiogly. 3. Letters to atrar gers or transient visitors in a town or city, who?e special address msy be un known, should bemarked in lower left band corner with the word " Transient " 4. Place the postage stamp on the npper right band corner, and leave space between th? stamp and direction for post-marking without interfering with the writing. A request for the return of a letter to the writer if unclaimed within thirty days, or less, written or printed wltb the writer's fall address across tne left hand end of the envelope, face side, will be complied with at usual prepaid rate of postage, payable when delivered to writer, LADIES' LIST. 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J W Phelps Hon J S Preble Jno B Patch J Pierce Jas T-2 Phelps Lester _ Pendergast LG PlummerWm Potter Levi M Fallon W F Marshall W W Macartney Wm Nelson Peter Neal Hon P SJ Newton T L Nash Thos Norman Wm H Norton Wm T-2 Newton Wm G OglenOrville Otto Nathan Owen Robt II O'Brian Tim Orr Wm Ogle Wm C PHiice L H Pence Leander Powers Morris-2 1'irce MrGill Pickert Mr Prett^man N B Pearl Rufe Fortify Robt Parkhurst 8 Pierce 8aml Pauchall CaptSD Patterson Com'r T H Towel V G Parker Dr W Parke Wm P P.ige Dr Wm H Peck Wm II Peel Lt Wash Parkhurst Capt W II 2 Palmer Dr WruG Reilty Alfred Rendo A P Rothschild A Ruaiell Alfred Rou e Asa B Roach H W Rowe Henry Reynolds II It Rogers H L Root Dr Henry lt?ckwellC?pAF Itahter Henry Rumkle Col B 1* Robinson J W Kadcktr B Heed k Co Ritter Chr Rodgers Clia^ Reed C'fcas F.eeside Denlson R<'visey J no Rule D F Bollin Jack Reynold? E C Jtussell Geo 8 Redington Ma) Robinson J O J? D Roger* Lt J II Eicliard?- Dr FP RapcthJcs Re. riide Frsncis Ricc way J K Rcily Frank Kooinfon J O Ramsey Frank Ridlepnber Jas Remington Fk IteeveB Jas Ricbaioson 0 W Rhodes Lt J A Roth Isaac Ricketts Major Robiiihon M A Rider & Oo Roffle Mr Riloy Michl Ropey C E Roberts Sam RobinsonCptJM Reeder Bam H Rosy John Reilly Thos P Richards Lt J K Rhoads T B Rhinehart Jos Roach Thos P Rit7. John Heed Geo Rhodes Geo H Ramsey O W Randall G Rhodes CaptOII Kuver Aaron Simmons Addisn Stiles H f chraderAlbrtR Smith Henry H J:tafford A J fheridanJaM Ehrow'er And Schmitt Jno G Settle A L Slater Israel StewartBrooksDStodard Jno H R'tter T F Itolfe Mai T A Russell Thos ltobinson Val Rice Wm Ray \V W Rick Win P RoS* Vi'm Robison >Vm Roland W H Roberson Wm Rosenaver & Co Roper Wm ltichmoiil.ayton Raymond Walter Robinson M B-2 Reading Wm Sykes Byron Snyder Ronj Small Bruce Shoepfel Cbas S?yre? Capt Stuart Clia1 Shafer Clias Shriner ChaJ Steele Cha^ W Scott C G Spring C'has Sampson C L Stierlew Cha* SmithCai liiramStone Miles H Smits^n M SeiTert Michael Searlo Milton S|>ear N T SmithHo:iOakes >cliaier O Sl.ennessy Jno Sthal Phelein B Snyder Jacob Scott P M SutherlnndJuoTSmith Peter A SheehenJas Simpson Presley Mur^esCaptJ R Starritt Prost 'n Slater Jno Simonsen P A ?nyder Jacob A Stephens R H 2 Srliaefer Jacob Sittler C;> pt R M Sanis Robt C Somer> ille Robt Shelton R H Schwartz 8 Stockton Cap* J os K Sawin Jno Jr SjM.fford J W ... ... . Skilton J Avery Smith Danl-2 Babin Capt CVH Saunders Jos Smith Dr 8 A Surface Dan Sample Rev J L Spyers A Son Simpson DavidA Seauves Julius Shern Simon Hiepard Lt K L ShuremanJasIIAShoemak-T T F Sawtelle Eli N ShoenhofJ Stevens T Q A Simpson E Kord SexsmithRtTj-2 Simonton Thos Sonle Ilisha SheehanJno Spicer Kdw Seybert Jno SmithEClianney Sypher J R SkinnerDrREDSSheby Jas Scott Edwd Scott Jno G Soils Hon E Spotz Jno gf.mnior? 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Lt llenry-SStoddard I,ir Smith Wm&8on Smith Henry G-2Stone Lt ScatosCol Wal ScIutltersHy Smith I.ewis t< r B Sacket H T Snyder L C Snow W W Sideluiger H F Sill Miiton M 4 Street Thos SullwellDrThsn Sliawin Col Thos Hanjrston Wm Stoddard Capt W Smoyer Wm Stoane Wm Skilliuan Wm L S*-anaan Wm H Stevens W A SandersnnHonW Souder Wm D Seott Lt W L-2 StoutWa^hingtn Stone Lt Wm T Sims Wm Scott Wm A Sheppard Wm Tracy Ma.i A S Thompson A H Thonsas Briggs Tyson B B Titus C S Tod David Tolman E D Town Edw Trin Elias Tooinay Edw l'aber F A Trinter F Tibbetts Geo Tuttle Geo \* Thf/mpsonLtColTeumay J R HE Thamas Lewis 2 TaskerJnoC Tobias Lewis ThatcberlsaacB Tower- Mich Thompson J M Taylor Ovelton Town John Tronall Pliilip Trimble Jas Thompson Perry Tobin J D Turner R H TaylowJos Tolea Rer R G Tyler Lt Col J 5 Tansell T W TickenorJD ThompsonSmith Thorn W J Talbott Wash Taylor W A Thomas W J Thompson J G l'owaatid Joel . Turner Jan TliistletonMajG Taltnaul Jas Thomas Henry XJ-V Trlan Amos 8 Vigil Jno H Yansant Dr A C \erreo Jas Von tieigling A Vidal Lt J L Van AwenstedenVeitch Lt J W AValentin>' FB VKit Jos ValenceCaptW Van Keypen C G V an Catnn ? Veazer Thos Van AkinSimeon Woare A M WymanliW Walsh Dr Jos Whitehead A?a WetrtlGeo Winn Jno X Webster A A Welch Gardner Wolf Jno P Wells AJpbonso Washin^tonGO Welire Jno Wilson Albert Watkin?RorGW W*dch Jno W Weber Lt A ^ iseGeo D JV iikini L Williams HonABWilliamsG W Walker L E Wandling Allen Wheeler G Vr Walker l.ewis M iikin-on Benj Wise Capt G D - - - Washburn O G Watson GG Wendell G W Waugh Ge o Weir H B Williams CaptH nito an O WentworthH C Withers PC Whallen H A Woraloj P E Woostern White ratk Williams H Wilson Paerot Wyatt Cpt II J -2 Williams Robt Wentworth J L W illiams Sr ST Wallace Jno A Wasserman J Walker Jno W inane J J West k Brown Weltzer C S Wbykeal C T Wood Cbas H Wes:on G F Willard C C Wallace C H Winder Cbas Wilson C M WingardC M Weber C ? Wheeler C Warren Chas Woods CO ^ Worck Capt C Wbdman C1' Williams L Watson Lem Whalen M 8-2 Wood Mr WoosterCpt M II Wailand ComNN Walker R D Waple? Rufua Wilcox S M Whitelred 8 W hitiugCptDJ SWilliams Jos 0 Washburn 8H-! We Is D M bitacre D ?,r . v. , Wilcox Dennis Mindeeoaker J Waite Jdwd Wilson Jas C Wood E W' Wiley Joel "WeMeateylB Wilson Jas Webber E W-2 Wyckoff 10 W illiams ES WeismanJ Wenckebach LtRWilliams Jos WinansActAsst Walsh Jno Surg _ White Capt J as Willouglib> J D 3Woodsen Col 8 Warren Jno W Whlttier 8 B -White 8 B Wethers Thos Wainwright T Whalen Thog Woods T K W ilson Wm D Wilson Wm J Woodbury W H Wat?nian W H Wagenhanser F Wri#ht Capt Ira Williams W H Vallace Capt F White Jno F Weed Lt W H Wier J A Wyman Geo Hint J B Welle eeJasU Y-Z k?r Yockler York PC ToangG Yost John Young llDFYura?y J White W B Wills Wm R-2 Young W 8 Young Wm Zelie J T2 MiscBiLAKiovfl.?"J. B.;'' To Surgeon or avter, TELEGRAPH 10 NEWS. =33S?S TED PBES8 DISPATCHES.) * ? . .1 : i- - OF THE l'VT??*AP. AIIQiMIMmc lit U?*^Ur4tr rtUliv t?a t?tT+yWB4*m%? Dead aid <r?aid*d Ut Llaci br??|k< iff-Cndi tisa tl flag- if- tr??? irr??(fafati . [Cdrmpondf nee Associated Press | Biad^casters Arut or tub Potomac. Jfate The following have julbNn Issued haadq?nrters, and are published lor the ? ' ot ?** concerned: Hsad^vaRtsrs Amt of thb Potomac, June 7, 1*44?li*n*ral Order ? Kdward Orap sey, a correspondent ol the Philadelphia 1b quiflrr, having published in that journal of the 2d instant, a liwllou aiaitiwutoi IM Com manding Qtnfnl of thii army, calculated tc impair IM confidence of ikt amj in the coa Dauding officer, and which statement the said I rapeey now acknowledges to Have been false, and bawd on some Idle camp rumor, it is here by ordered that be be arrestrd and paraded through the lines of the army, with & pla?sr<i marked ?? Libeller of the Press," and that be be then pnt without the lines and not permitted to relnrn. The Provost Marshal General will see ihat this order Is promptly executed. The Com manding General trusts that urn example will deter others from committing like offences, and be takes occasion to notify representatives cf the prtts, that, whilst be is ready at all times t' extend to them every facility for acquiring, f-cts, and giving circulaion-\0?B truth, he will not hesitate to pnnish with the utmost r gor all instance* like the above, where indi viduals take advantage of the privileges af firdeU thtm to circulate falsehood, aud tboa impair the confidence which the public aod the army should have In their general* and other officers. By command of Major General Meade. S WittiA*P?, Assistant Adju ant GeeeraJ. [The fallowing paragraph appeared la tike Inqvtr'r of the 2d instant, ar d Is probably th i false statement for which the correspondent h punished:? "History will record, but news pa pers cannot, that on one eventlul night during the present campaign Grant's presence saved the army, and the natten too; not that General Meade was on the point of committing a blon der unwittingly, but his devotion to his coun try made him loth to risk her last army on what he deemed a chance. Grant assnmed the re spcnsibility, and here we are still."] Hraixjcartbrs Army of thh Potomac, Jnne1,l!?6n.?Special Order*, JVo. 152?[Extract.) 7. LicutenantColonel M. O. Murphy,troth New York volunteers, having, on the 25th ultimo, presumed to (end a Hag of truce to the enemy's lines without any authority whatever, is here by dishonorably dismissed from the military hervice of the T'nited States, subject to tCe ap proval of the President. By command of Major General Meade. S. William*, Assistant Adjutant General. All is quiet along the lines to-day, exeepr occasional heavy guns in the direction of Bo torn Bridge. The malls are now regnlarly received in die army, the arrangement being most complete under the management of Lieut. D. B. Parker and Mr. W. B. Haslett, postmaster of the Army of the Potomac. Newspapers will also arrive regularly from this date, under the direction of Mr. Lamb, news agent. Headquarter*, June >>?5 a. m.?The fia* of truce sent by General Grant was arranged fcr last evening, and, under the direction of the corps commanders, the dead and wounded between the lines of works were bronght off. There were very few wounded atsomepomta, while at others quite a number came la. None but medical officers and stretcher bearers were allowed to go on the field, and all intercourse with the enemy was strictly prohibited. At the expiration of the time agreed upon, a voice from the enemy's line Enng out, ?? Boys, get to your holes, the time is up," when all hands left at once. A few shells were thrown on our left yester day afternoon, but no damage. A portion of the 5th corps is reported as having arrived at a point on the Cbickahnminy, near Bottom^ Bridge, and ^considerable cannonading wai heard 1n that direction yesterday afternoon. A party of rebels, a captain, lieutenant, aad five privates, came into our lines yesterday with a flag of truce, looking for the body of an officer, and our meu at that point brought them in, not knowing that a flag of truce prevailed. Tbey were returned to tbeir lines last evening. The railroad from the White House to the army is being put in order, and will be ready for travel in a day or two. Burning ef the Steamer Berkshire. Nnw York, June 9.?Thirteen persons are known to have been lost by the burning ci the Berkshire. Eight bodies have been found s> far. Some have been iden tilled. Passenger ?* L etate that probably no one escaped from the ' ladiev cabin. It 'is thought that about forty lives were lost, perhaps a larger number, a% only seventy or eighty are known to be saved. The passengers were for the greater part from Hudson and Catskill. The river is being dragged and the wreck searched for bodies. Noel Began, of Hyde Park, had a leg broken, and Andrew Soper is probably fatally injured by the falling of a smoke-stack this morning The boat was valued at *250,000, and was fully insured. The Sanitary Fair in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, June 9.?The Sanitary Fa.r i t w being held here promises to be a success, far exceeding the expectations ot the most san guine of Its projectors. The admissions aver age 20,000 persons daily. No return of receipts bus yet beefi made, but 'hey are believed to be ?very large. The city is thronged with people from the interior of the State and trou. Dei aware and New Jersey. The collection of paintings is universally conceded to be the finest ever displayed on this continent. THE SIEGE OF RICHMOND [Correspondence of Philadelphia inqu.rer] Near Hradqcarthrs, Three Mile" prom Cold Harbor, June 6, Monday?10 a. m.?A bright day ot summer bathed in sunshine and cooltr with a bracing air, succeeding a yester day of drizzling r.:in and heavy atmosphere, scarcely the dropping shots of a picket line, when yesterday closed with a short but terrible storm of iron hail bursting on Barlow's lines, tbfse are some of the changes of war and weather we are experiencing on the sacred eo?l of war-wasted Virginia. When I attempt to give you an idea of the formation of onr lines this morning, I opine trie task a hard one, for it is exceedingly tiresome work for the unpracticed mind to obtain a de cided opinion here on the ground. However, like Colonel Miller. "I'll try." In the firs? place let me remark that the multiplicity of roads in this section is in the highest degrre embarrassing to a description of the situation, it is as if all the houses taken from the site of Philadelphia and an army was maneuvering on its streets. Too many roads are a nuisance when an army i6 about, and especially so to the journalistic aorps. A week ago to-day our lineE faced the Cen tral Kailroad, and to the west with Mecban icsville and Richmond on onr left flank, to day, as a consequence of onr gradual sliding (l.can use no other term) to the left, our right has been swung around, and our whole line so crept down the Chickahcminy. that we now face to the southwest, with that stream before us, and with Mecbanicsville and Richmond almost in front of our center. This is a change of but a few miles in distance, but a vast one in position. What is before us? Lee's army and a diffi cult task. If that army of the enemy were out in an open field we would make extraordina rily short work of them; but unfortunately they are not. Just now they are In an impro vised series of works northeast of the Chick a hominy. not, properly speaking, a part ot the deienses of Richmond, which all lie behind that historic stream. Across the Chickahomlny are the defenses of Richmond, which, from conversation with citizens, I find to be in five lines or seriee of works. Meantime, as .the two armies lie, close fighting is the order of the day. It is the days of Vicksburg over again. The skirmishing lines are hardly forty yards apart, and each line is not much more that in advanoe of the line of earthworks. ;*? X [, Capture of thb U.S. Gchboat Watbr WiTcn bt thi Rrbrlb.?The United States steamer Massachusetts, Acting Volunteer Lieutenant William H. West commanding from the South Atlantic Squadron, via Hamp ton Roads, reports the capture on the 3d of ;; June, 2 a. m., ol the U. S. steamer Water Witch, fc Lient. Com. Austin Pendsrgrast, in Ossabaw Sound, Georgia, by eight armed boats from the 'J rebel Fort MbAlister. This Information was I received from one of fcer crew* tne only one ? who made his escape by jumping over her . bows and .swimming ashore. Hety* ades werate resistance was made by her otfioers and rrew bnt superior numbers overpowered them ntwi compelled them to surrender. He caaaoi tell it they met with any loss, aa he saw the action going on as be was secreted la the km* j crass. An expedition was flttiag oat to go1 down and endeavor to capture or destroy her. The Water Witch is a regular aavy built ves sel, of 35 tons, 5 guns, aad wae considered fast. She is rigged as a topsail schooner, and side wheels. ay- j'rom the Richmond Kxamiaer of the 3d, it is learned that ex:&ufeOarrtuia Oongrese man Lawrence M. Keitt was mortally wound ed Wednesday, and died the next day Aieo that Gen. Dales, commanding a division of EweU's Corps, was killed on Thursday, op posite Bartlett's brigade 5th corpa.

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