Newspaper of Evening Star, June 21, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 21, 1864 Page 1
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T ) % V?. XXIII. WASHINGTON. D. C.. TUESDAY. JUNE 21. 1864. N2. 3.580. AUCTION SALES. ' mmi Pifit '? ?? "?ODIU St. 00., &uUoD?ri, COMMISSIONBRA' 8AM OP REAL BJTATX. * IB.?.' Petitions <*tr?i?t G^ttrt. D O. Di ON 14TH DM 8VITABLJ J0R A PGBLIB GAR In obedience to an order ot the Cireait Court of the District Of Columbia, f*nd at the request o' ft ??jorl.yefthe parties interested.) entertd on the i?". ?* ?Hay, 1S62. In the matter of the petition of Peter C. Howie u4 others, heirs at law of Jotaat ? owle, deceased. the undersigned Commissioners '? rr? ?DOT? entitled cause w?ll offer at puMicsale, fl!h* P'pm \M- MON DA Y. the 27th day of June, d } o cloek p m., the following described Keel lustate. lying aad being in the city of Wash mston, D. 0.; let. Tie whole of Square No. 233. frontingoa 14th *?*V n?d lying between C and D streets 5oulh. The entire square contains 113,913 square v Al -improvements consist of ?% large, weQ I 1ln substantial brick dwelling-house and eut-houM**. suitable for a ftrst-eiass residence or ?within twi-lre minutes' walk of Wizards' Hotel, ana will 8oon be connected with Pennsylvania av enue by the 14th street branch of the Washington and Georgetown railroad. Id Part of Lot No. 1, in Square JB7, fronting on Maryland avenue, and lying between 13^ and 14lh stieets, containing 3.281 square feet, and hiving on it a double two-story frame dwelling-house. Termso/aala: One-third in cash on thedayof sale: the purchaser or purchasers to execute Ms bond* for the residue in the name at the respective heirs, payable with interest at the legal rate at six and twelve month** after date; the title to be with held till the pavment of all the purchase money. HBNRY A. CLARK. CORNBLIU* A. DOUGHERTY, JOHN G. ROBINSON. , ,. . . ? Commissioners. Je 14-d J. 0. McGUIRK Sl CO., Aucta. ^^Y J. C. MeGUIREi CO., Anationeers, COMMISSIONERS' SALE 0? REAL E9TATB. No. 172. Petitions m the Circuit Court. I? C YAl.l AHLK BUhlNJ^S LOT ON PENWSVLVA ioNo'aS&t "B BEICK ? In compliance with an order oTthe Circuit Court of the District of Columbia, fand at the request of parties interested,) entered on the lirth day of Pebruary, 1M1. in the matter ofthe petition of Peter C Howie and others, heir* at law of Parke G. Howie, deceased, the undersigned. Commissioners In the above entitled cause, will i uublic sale,on the premise*.on TUESDAY June %th, commencing with the first named at 6 iLl.f i ) ?' f f<?i.low.'n* described real estate, being and lying in the city of Washington. D. C ??i rS* No ,n?<?uare A, fronting on the sooth fide of Pennsylvania avenue, near 3d street, ad ?jTj'ISb squarefe^t 8 Factory,and contain ed Lot No. 4. in squire No. ?7, situated aiftha f^nelr,0?f1oth/tr,,*tD*n? Mar*l?nd avenue, at the foot ofthe Potomac Br dge. containing 5,983 square feet. Upon thislot there is a large Brick Dwell in?t House, suitable for tavern,and other iinprove Terms of sale: One-third in cash on the day of aaie, and the purchaser to give bonds for the resi due in the name of the respective heirs, payable with interest at the legal rate, at six and twelve' months after date, the title to do withheld till the payment of all the purchase money. All conveyances at the cost of the purchaser JOHN HENDERSON, HBNRY A. CLARB, CORNELIUS A. DOUGHERTY, JOHN G. R0BIN80N. ,, . 1 . ? Commissioners. J. C. MeGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. JJY J. C. MeGUIRE Sc. CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE BUtLDING t .. LOTS. 4Vln,f.x?cPti?n of a decree of the Supreme Court of of Columbia, sitting in equity, passed th? ?Haaner ?ut al T"- Bnndell ?t al., on ?In It iS,K?n ,.tae. ?'ibHcriber. aa Trustee, will ??11, at Public Auction, on the premise*, at six wwi thS Sii on- "?? nth day of Jalr, ? f?HowiDg valuable BUILDING LOTS, in Square 141, in the First Ward of Waah logtoD city,viz: beLtw e^iitV fro5,V^ ?5 feet 7 inches on H street, between 18th and 19th streets, opposite the public reservation on the^south side of Pennsylvania ave nue. acd running back 183 feet. F?1 of.iot No. 15, fronting 20 feet on H streat, vr>? with Pennsylvania avenue, Md running baok about 13) feet, with the improve D* Jon?nt)ng of a brick office. Pn J8th street 52 feet, and running back )5P feet 9 inches ?,? i* that ??rt ?t Lot No. 18, adjoining Lot No is}^ ftT^ 37 f??16 inches, and run ning back 135 feet 6 tnehes. Also, all that part of Lot No. 14, lyiog immedi !.he "?f that 'part of Lot No, IS, last rpentioned. which is now, and for many years has ?**?? JD,cl?*?d and used as a garden with the said part of Lot No. 14^and Lot No. 1!>? the said portion inches being 37 feet 6 inches by 15 feet 3 Pf?P*r.ty is in an agreeable and improving part or the city, in view of the avenue, and very well located for residences. The Lots will be subdivided, if desired, to suit purchasers. On the following day, TU BP DAY. the 13th day of July. li?4 in farther execution of said decree, the subscriber will se I. at tl* Auction Rooms of Jm. L. McGmre A Co., at six o'clock p. ro., the follow ing vacant Lots lying east of the Capitol: Lota No*. 11, 12, 13, and 14, in Squtra 933, lying stratts t ?c<'rner Pf north D and loth Lots Nos.'land 16, in Square 9*!*. lying in one body, at t!W corner of north C and 11th streeta east. Lots Ncs. 1. 2, 3, and 4, in Square l.f'35, fronting to* ether 311 feet on East Capitol street, between 13*h and 14th streets east. Lots Nos 1 2,3,4, and 3i>, in Square l/*57,fronti?g to*ether feet on Bast Capitol street, at tbe cor ner of 1.5th ttreet east. Lots Nos. 7.15,16, and 17, in 8quare 1,110, front ing on East Capitol and south A streets, between lsh and 19th streets east. Lots No?. i and 2, in Sqnara 1,112, lying at the corner of south C and 19th streets east. Many of these are eortier Lots, situated on the widest streets, on high ground. 4c. The terms of ?ale p-escribed by the decree ara as follower One third of the purchase money to be paid incaih, and the residue in two equal install ments, at six and twelve months from the day of sale, with interest, to be secured by approved notes or bon4s. The Trustee reserves the right to resell any por tion of the property, in eas- the terms of sale are not com plied with within ten days from the day of sale, at the risk of the defaulting purchaser, on ten days' notice in the National Intelligencer. Conveiances and stamps at the cost of the pur chaser. _ ? A. B. HAGNIR. Trustee. Je lti 2awAds J. C. McQLIBB Sc. CO.. Auets. JJY WM. L. WALL St CO., Auctioneers. TRUSTEE'S BALE OF~VALUABLE AND IM PROVED REAL EaTATB ON CORNER OP VERMONT AVENL'B AND NORTH N STREET IN WASHINGTON CITY. D C. Pursuant to the provisiocs of a deed of trust, dated May 23, 136J. and recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 219, folios 116, Ac., of the Laud Records of Washington County and the District of Columbia, the ?ubscriber, as Trustee, will, on the 7th dav of July next, at five o'clock p m , offer at Pubi ic Auc tion. to the highest bidder, all that piece or parcel of ground lying in Washington County, in the Dis trict of Columbia. an<l known as all that parcel of iroundflying in the Citv of Washington, of said utrict, being part of Lot two, (2 ) in Square two Hundred and forty :thrse, (243,)beginning at a stake on the building line of north N street, on a lina with the west side of N. B. Smith's house, and thence north along said lina to Vermont avenne, thence south along said avenne to the original corner (southwest) of said Lot, and thence east wardly on N street forty-four (44) teet to the place of beginning, containing twenty t*o hundred feet of ground, more or less. Also, all that piece or parcel of Land commencing at the extreme north part of the above cited Lot, and running parallel with Vermont avenue fifteen feet, thence east and parallel with the alley ten and MX-twe!fths feet; then south and parallel with Veriaont avenue twelve feet; thence west and par allel with the alley six feet; thence south and par rterrrch "Vermont avenue twelve feet; and thence aorth.to the pi ere of beginning of this latter piece of ground, with the buildings and improvements, rights and appurtenances to the tame belonging Terms of sale: One-third cash: the residue in notes at 6 and 12 and 18 months, to be secured by a deed of trust upon the premises. Conveyencee and stamps at cost of purchasers. In case of non compliance by purchaser with the term, of sale within five days after the day of sale, the Trustee wjil resell the premises at the risk and co*t of defaultiDf purchaser. A payment of will be required fiom the pur chaser at tha time of sale. conveyances to be prepared under supervision ef the Trustea. CHARLBS M. MATTHBWS. Trustee Je M Stawtds [Int.] W.L. WALL Sc CO.. Aucta. JJfTTC. MeGUIRE Sc. CO., Auctioneers. TRUBTBE'S SALEO? REAL ESTATE On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Julv&th.at 6o'clk, at the Auction Booms of Jaa. 0 MeGuire ft Co . by virtue of a deed of trust from John Patrick, dated February 2d. Ia63. and duly recorded in Libar J A 8 . No. 229, folios 771, et. sea., one of the Land Rec ords for Washington county, D.C.. we shall sail the east half of Lot No. 9, in Square No. 553. Terms cash. Co ft of eonvsyances and raaps to he paid by tha purchaser. WM. H. WARD,) Trn 7* JA8. Y. DAVIBlf Tr???? )e.]0-2awAda J. 0. McGUIRB St 00.. Aueta. KIDWELL a HENDERSON, No. 367 D Strut, wkar Nihth, Respectfully inform their friends and the public generally that they have now in store a well se lected assortment of ' Wall PAPERS AND WINDOW SHADES, which they are prepared to sell at the lowest cash pnees. Work done at short notice in thie city or country by experienced workmen. Remember the niace. No. 36T B street,near 9th, Franklin Hall Building. Bp2I-tf FROM CAPE CODt6"dIXU. By J. lf.Maokia, 91 .SO, Denise by the author of ? Mademoiselle Mori," vols. $1?. 'rom |oM, Hai"tad s Caucuses of 18?jo, fj. History of the Rebellion, its Authors and Causes. l>y Hon. Joshua R. Gldding-.*?. 0r?^"ses, Colton's Atlas of the Union. $3 Stillman on the Bteaa Engine Indieator.Sl M,Bd,Iwha'? Lci,.r. jy| o n itj ?oi?ti MoaaTi M. S. WALSH Sc OOn i. LICENSED PAWWBROMJBM*, A l ?a. u9V C street, hetwaea tth and loth Near tha Yarlatiaa. Monay advanced an Gold aad BUrar Watahas Diaaaoads, Ladies aad CkaUaiMal Wearing^p. ??l.*?.Aa. . H11-M AUCTION feALES FUTURE AYS. I^yj, c. McGC IRS A CO., Auctioneers. desirable sdbdrban^pbopsrty AT PUB On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, June 23. at 6 o'eloek, on the premises, we shall sell Lota No. 1 and 16, in Square numbered 8t>s, rituated at the cor ner of north L street and 5th street east, fronting 1"5 feet 1 inch on north L itreet and 167 feet 9 inches on 5th street east, improved by a new two storr and basement brick dwelling house, contain ing 8 rooms. with cellar; Btabling for horses and eowa, wagon-house, with large hay loft, and other ont buildings. The grounds are laid out with choiee fruit trees, graphs. Ac.. And. with a small expense, could be converted into a tine summer resort and public garcen. Terms: One-third in ?uh; the residue in 6. 12 and IS months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. ?y JEart* possesion given. Conveyances and stamps at the cost of the par cbwer. , je 15-d [RepJ J. C. Mcfil'IKK A- CO.. Ancts. gY J. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. LARGE AND WELL-FINI8HBD DWELLING HOUSE ON O STREET NORTH, BETWEEN 818T AND 22D STREETS WEST, AT PUBLIC SALE. On THURSDAY, June 93d. at 6" o'clock, on the premises, we shall sell part of Lot 15, in Square No, SO, fronting 26 feet on G street north, between 21st and 22d streets west,and running back 128 feet 8% inches, together with the improvements, con sisting of a well-built and finished three-story Briek Dwelling House, with two-story Brick Building, with Marble Mantels, Water aud Gas, and finished in the most superior manner through out, cellars under the whom building. Immediate possession will be given. Terms : One-third in cash: the remainder io six and twelve months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust. Title indisputable. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. The House is well furnished, which may betaken at a fair valuation. jel 4 d J. C. McGUIRE A CO.. Auets. B Y J. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers, CHANCERY SALE OP VALUABLE PROPERTY ON G 8TRIET NORTH, OPPOSITE THE PAT ENT OFFICB. On FRIDAY AFTERNOON, June 24, at6 o'cloek, on the premises, by virtue of a decree of the 8u preme Court of the District of Oolamt>ia, sitting- in chancery, passed in a certain cause, wh-rein Wm. W., Georgianca C. and Eveline O. MacGill are coroplainaut*. and Emily MasGill and Wintield 3. MacGill and Richard Butt are defendants, < No. 194 equity.) passed May 16.1864,1 shall sell the weft part of Lot No. 14, in square No. 455, fronting 25 feet on north G street, between 6th and 7th streets west, running bsck tbat width to the rear of the lot, together with the improvements, consisting of a two-story Brick Back Building. Terms: One-half in cash; the remainder in six ana twelve months, with interest, secured by the purchaser's notes with approved endorsement. If the terms of sale are not complied with within five days thereafter, the trustee reserves the right to re-sell on one week'a notice in the Natiocal In telligencer. Conveyances and stamps at the oost of the pur chaser. WM. W. MacGILL, Trustee, Je 14-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Aucts. s ALE OF CONDEMNED HORSES. WAB DBFARTMBBT, CAVALRT BjTMiU, I Qtfirc qf Chief Quartermaster, S Wathmtton, D. (;., June 15, 1864. S Will be sold at public auction, to the highest bidder, at Uiesboro Depot, on FRIDAY, the 24th instant, beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., from one hundred (inn) to one hundred and fifty '150) HOR8E8. These horsea have been condemned as unfit for the cavalry service of the Army. For road and farm purposes many good bargains may be had. Horses sold singly. Terms: cash, in u. S. currency. J AMIS A. SKIN, _Je 16-td Lt. Col and 0. Q. M. Cav. Bureau. SALE AT ALEXANDRIA, VA., OP CON DEMNED HORSES AND MULES. Chief Quartermaster's OJfite, D*pot WathnvHmJ Washington. D C.. June 15, 19)14. { Will be sold at Public Auction, at Alexandria, Va. THURSDAY, June 23, 1S64, at 11 o'clock a. m? a lot of H0R8ES AND MULES, condemed as unfit for public service. Terms cash, in Government funds. D. H. RUCKER, Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster, je 15-td Depot of Washington, D. O B Y J. 0. McGUIRE ft CO., Auctioneers. THREE FRAME HOUSES AND L0T8 ON SOUTH E STREET BETWEEN SIXTH AND SEVENTH STREETS EAST. CHANCERY SALE OF IMPROVED REAL ESTATE. Pursuant to a docree of the Supreme Court of the District of Oolambia passed on the 26th day of May, 1364. in an equity cause. (No. 217) wherein Joseph H. Skinner and others are complainants, and John L Hall defendant, th? subscriber will, on THURSDAY, the 25d day of June instant, ax 6^2 o'cloek in the afternoon, on the premises, offer for sale at Public Auction, to the highest bidder. Lot No. 6 and the east half of Lot No.7, in 8ouare 876, in this city. The lots are adjacent and front on S Street south, between Sixth and Seventh streets east, running back to 8outh Carolina ave nue. and are improved by three frame houses. The termaof sale are: One-third cash; the re mainder in equal instalments in three and six months after the day of sale. The notes of the purchaser, with approved security, will be taken for the deferred payments. If the terms of sale are not complied with with in five days thereafter, the trustee will re-sell the property at the risk and coat of the def&u ting purchaser. Conbeyances and stamps at the cost ofthe pur chaser. ROBERT M. BEALE, Trustee. je 7-3taw2w&ds J. C. MoGUIRK 4. CO.. Aucts. BY J. 0. McGUIRE A CO., Aactloneers. TRUSTEE'S 8ALE OF BUILDING LOT ON VERMONT AVENUE, BETWEEN Q AND R STREETS NORTH. By virtue of a deed of trust from Tbo. Riee, dated June 10th, 1863, and duly recorded in Liber N. C. T.. No.7, folios 108 et seq.. one of the land records for Washington county, D. C., I shall sell, on THURSDAY AFTERNOON. July 7th. at 6>i o'clock, on the premises. Lot A, in J. T Lenman's subdivision of Lot], in Square No. 277, fronting 16 feet 11 inchea on Vermont avenue, between Q and B streets north, and running back ill feet 8J? inches. Terms: One-half cash; the remainder in 6 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. Conveyances at the cost of the purchaser. HILLARY 0 SCALDING, Trustee. ? l&eoAds J. 0. McGUIRE A CO.. Aucts. IMPROVE YOUR EYE (sight by the use of the eel-" ebrated Pebble ana Pbriscopic SpkctAclbs,uni versally acknowledged as the best for Strbnqth kn:no anb Pk*8brvi5? the impaired Eyesight, scientifically and correctly suited, by FRANKLIN A CO., Opticians. 244 Pennsylvania avenue, bet. 12th and 13th fits, and Pennsylvania avenue, under the National. FIELD GLASSES, OPERA GLASSES, MICRO SCOPES, THERMOMETERS, STEREOSCOPES, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. CARTES DE VI.SITE, Ac., in a great variety, and at the lowest prices. je 8 MATKNG! matting, MATTING! MATTPNG AT PBIVATE SALE. We have just received from the importers, with instructions to sell at private sale? 5Ui rolls 3,4, and ? quarter Cocoa Matting, BOO rolls 4 and 6 quarter White and Check Matting, of superior quality. All of which we effer at low prices, in quantities to huit, at our Furniture Ware-rooms, in rear of our Auction Rooms. W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers and Commission Merchants, South corner Pa. av. and 9th st. je 7-Wt [Chronicle. E HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM EUROPE f a large lot of the finest Italian Violin Strings that have ever been brought to this country. Also. one very tine old 8tainer Vie lin, and several others of a superior quality. Strings are all manufactured to our order, in pres ence of one of our firm, of the best material during the winter season, and are warranted to be true and of great strength. Wholesale and retail at the Music 8tore of W. G. MBTZBROTT, my 31 Corner of 11th street and Pa. avanue. JMPOETANT TO SUTLERS SUTLERS WILL FIND H. A. DOWNING fc CO.'S VONCBNT&ATED OLAM TO EE A MOST VALUABLE ARTICLE TO THBIR TRADE, It sella very rapidly, and la the moat economical article of d!n fbr the oflcer's mess. It is prepared in one minute, and makes a most delieions Soup or Chowder. It ia highly recommended by Arm Burgeons. The profits are large. H. A. DOWNING & <jO? Manufacturers of Concentrated Food No. Ill East 18th at.. New York. For sale by BARBOUR A 8EMME8, Sole Agenta, ?ft Louisiana Avenue, wHt Washington, D. e. TTEMTION, LADIES! " R MAND ^AY ATTENTION I PSINCE, ?b F street, Stamps. Flutes, Crimps, Hems. Sews, Braids, aad does all kiadsof work neatly, cheaply and promptly. Call and see for yourselves. Jlemtniber the name? PRINCE. >e 15-1m AMUSEMENTS. ? CANTERBURY HALL* HTCBIO JCANTERBURY HALL, 1 AND HAL L>CANTERBURY HALL,i THEATER LOCIBIAJIA Atiidi, Ntar Ccrntr of Sixth Strut, B-tar of national and M*tromlitan Houli. 610x01 Lia Proprietor W. 1. Cabatauoh Stage Manager. LARGE AND ENTHUSIASTIC AUDIENCES Nightly attest, by their Deafening Plaudit*, their intelligent appreciation of the ELEGANT AND RECITERCHE ENTERTAIN MENTS PRESENTED BY THIS TRULY GIG AN 1'IC ASSEMBLAGE OF GENIUS, ENTIRELY NEW AND SPLENDID BILL! To-night, presenting the Beautiful, Graceful and Daring Artiste, M'LLE MARIETTA RAVEL, In her novel and magnificent act upon the Tight Rope, entitled DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT, In which she appears without the aid of a Balance Pole, execute* the Manuel of Arms, t'ireB Guns, Extinguishes 12 Lighted Candles at Oae Shot, and accomplishing many other Difficult and Admirable Feats, hitherto unattempted by any other Performer. The Charming Floral Ballet, LES AMOURS DE FIGARO! In which M'LLE RAVEL, and the great P&xisi&n Dancer, MONS. BAPTISTIN I Will appear, supported by the ronzaniigband BALLET TROUPE. A WEEK OF FUN. LAUGH AND BE MERRY. A BILL 0* BURLESQUES. The Funny Burlesque, entitled THE DEMON LOVER OB, SATAN IN TROUBLE. Peter Stiggins.--? Bil1* West. Rent of characters by Messis. DOUGHERTY, WILLIAMS ?E FORREST, and Miss NAOMI nUj PORTER. Also, the laughable Negro Farce of THE WIDOW'S VICTIM OB, THE COUNTRYMAN IN TROUBLE. JOHN MULLIGAN In his Great Character of pETER PIPER PEPPER PODGE. To be followed by A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG STUDENTS, t? ?hich Meaars. MULLIGAN, WEST. DOUGH In tRTY, WILLIAMS, and others appear. HEIGHT OF IMPUDENCE, MULLIGAN AND WEST. JOHN MULLIGAN, The Prince of Ethiopian Comedians, BILLY WEST, The Great Song and Dance Darkey. WILLIAM8 A DOUGHERTY, In New Ethiopian Songs and Dances. W. B. CAVANAUGH, In New and Original Comic Songs. J. DkFORREST, The Talented Actor, Ac.,&c. Will be produced for the first time on MONDAY EVENING, JuneZTth. The greatest Moral, Local, Sensation Drama ever witnessed in Washington, entitled BUSHWHACKERS OF THE POTOMAC! Everything connected with this Life Drama has Veen prepared in the moat magnificent style, and it will be presented with NEW AND ELEGANT LOCAL SCENERY. FAMILIAR SCENES IN WASHINGTON, LIFE LIKE REPRESENTATIONS. All of which have been minutely copied by the artist frem careful observation, and are therefore accurate copies of Washington city and its sur roundings, and cannot fail to strike the beholder as being exact counterparts of the original. The Costumes have been made similar to those worn by the parties to be represented, and in no me cuses have been, through strategy, procured from the persons themselves, thereby showing a de termination to render the characters ersily recog nized by all, thus making the plot still more ef fective. ? ..." The Machinery and Appointments are also com plete in the minutest detail, and everything has been done which ingenuity and enterprise could devise, to make this play what it purports to be, a faithful representation of Life in the Capital. A full synopsis of incidents, scenery and cast of char acters will appear shortly. Remember next Monday, June 27th, the BUSHWHACKERS OF THE POTOMAC I ANNOUNCEMENT. An engagement has been effected with the cel ebrated ST. GBORGE SISTERS. Whose astonishing revelations in Spiritualism has pur.zled the world and created the greatest excite ment in New York, Philadelphia, Boston and other cities, where their performances have re ceived the highest encomiums from the press and public, who pronounce their exhibitions far more miracnloua than those of the renowned DAVENPORT BROTHERS. Due notice of their first appearance will be given. FAMILY MATINEE 1 ' ? ? EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT TWO O'CLOCK. Ladiea 2S cants: Children cent* Admls/lon ? ^ jo fcvaUTB?Ve!?rholding tlx peraona...?.? | 00 Doors open at 7 ?'clock; PirftmMM to 00a mancent 8 o'clock. AMUSEMENTS. eROTER'l THEATER. Pbwbstlvabia at., viae Willabd's Hotbl. WM. E. SINN.?..Tcmporaiy Lessee and Manager THOROUGH AND GENUINE SUCCESS OF THE SPLENDID ORIENTAL EQUESTRIAN PAGEANT. THIS (TUESDAY) EVENING, JUNE 21. Second appearance of the Celebrated Equestrienne, MISS KATE VANCE, ?Who,together with the admirable Educated Horse, DON JUAN, Will appear in the grand melo dramatic pageant, from Lord Byron's great poem entitled MAZRPPA, OR. THE WILD HORSE OF TARTARY. CaSir'. i ? Miss Kate Vance Sustained by Mr. Grover^ Philadelphia and the Washington Companies. 1^"Due notice will be given of the re-aprearance of the talented young comedian, Mr. J. K. MORTIMER. RATES OF ADMISSION: Drew and ParquetteCircles..tO cents Orchestra Chairs .. ? ? 75 cents family Circle. .25 cents Seats may be secured dnringtheday at the Box Office, without bxtra chakge. Tickets for sale at all the Hotels. FORD'S HEW THEATER, Tbhth Stbbbt, abotb Pbbbstltabia Avibub. THTS (TUESDAY) EVENING. JUNE 21. A GRAND BHAK8PEARIAN COMEDY F*3 TIVAL and positively LAST APPEARANCE BUT ONE Of the eminent Comedian, MR. J. 8. CLARKE, t who will on this occasion appear in the . TWO GREAT COMIC CHARACTERS, LAUNCE, (with the remonstrance to his dog Crab,)and DROMIO OF EP1IE8US, in Shak.epears' earliest productions, TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA AND THE COMEDY OP ERRORS, supported by MISS SUSAN DENIN, and the full strength of the unequalled company. To-morrow, farewell benefit of Mr. J. 8. Clarke. The crand Oriental spectacle of the FORTY THIEVES. being nearly read v. will be produced at the con clusion of Mr. Clarke's engagement. with a strong cast of characters, jrorsreoua scenery, and ALL THE ORIGINAL MUSIC FINE, READY-MADE CLOTHING, AT BAR A BRO.'S ESTABLISHMENT, CORNER E AND SEVENTH STREETS, Persons desiring good and easy-fitting garments, without leaving their measures, can get fitted in onr establishment in garments made ef THE VERY BEST MATERIAL, AND THE LATEST DESIGNS. We have now a very large stock of SPRING and SUMMER SUITS, FINE BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS. AND BLACK D0E8KIN PANTS, And a general assortment of VESTS, of varied styles. Also? A FINE 8T0CK OF BOYS' CLOTHING, and an immense stock of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. ?EBusiness closed on Saturday until evening je7-lm* Medical purveyor's office, Washington, June 14,1864. Merchants of Washington and Georgetown de sirous of furnishing the Medical Purveying De Sartment of this city with such articles of Hospital tores and Furniture as may be required, are re ! quested to send in their proposals to this office at as early a time as practicable for examination. A | schedule, as well as samples of articles required, can be seen on application at this office" C. SUTHERLAND. I Je 14-6t Surgeon U. 8. A., Medical Purveyor. N removal! 0TICE TO FARMERS. MARKET GARDEN ERS AND CAPTAINS OF VESSELS. The office for the sale of Manure deliverable from the different government corrals >n the Depart ment of Washington has been removed from the corner of F and 10th streets to the corner of E and 12th streets, one block from Pennsylvania avenue, on 12th street. The planting season being over, now is the proper time for farmers and gardeners to .lay in and haul a supply of manure tor top dressings and fall use. Large qnanaities of well rotted manure on hand and for sale at low rates. Wanted?Vessels for New York. Good freights and dispatch given. Apply to E. HEDGE, Agent, Office?N. E. corner 12th and E streets, Jel-5w 1 block from Pa. av.. on 12th st. S A S H^ DOORS. AND BLINDS. Receiving constantly a choice article of SASII. DOORS, AND BLINDS. of Boston Manufactory, of superior style and workmanship, which we are of fering at low prices. We respectfully invite builders and others to call and examine our stock of goods. FENWICK A STEWART, Office?west side of Seventh street, je 15 lm* at Canal Bridge. JOSEPH REYNOLDS A CO, PLUMBERS, GAS, AND STEAM FITTERS, No. 500 Niith Stbbbt, near avenue, Have Just received, and will constantly keep on hand, the largest and best assortment in the city of Chandeliers, Brackets, Drop Lights, Portables, Glass Globes, mica and other 8haaes, and all arti cles in this line, from the best establishments in New York, Philadelphia, Ac., which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. Also, RANGES, FURNACES, and Fire-Board gtoves. We are prepared to farnlsh the best RANGE in use anywhere, on very reasonable terms. Hotels, Restaurants, Ac.. are invited to call. We do all kinas of GAS and STEAM fittings promptly and cheap, as also everything in the PLUMBING line in the most satisfactory manner. Call and see our Bathing Tubs, Fountains Water Closets. Wash-stands, Basins, Ac., Ac., at No. 500 Ninth street, near Pennsylvania avenue, the largest establishment in the city. fe 2-eotf LYMAN'S PATENT SELF-SEALING FRUIT JAR. We particularly invite the attention of those in tending to put up fruit to examine LYMAN'S SELF-SEALING FRUIT JARS, simple in con struction; they are more easily sealed or opened than any now in use. Samples of berries and fruit put up in these Jars last year can be seen at our store. Full directions accompany each Jar for putting I SON, Housefurnishing 8tore, 318 Penn. ave., between 9th and 10th. e8-6t (Chronicle.) Allow me to call your attention to my really handsome stock of MILLI-^fy [ NERY and FANCY GOODS which have?Bj) lust arrived and ready for your inspection. 1 can state without boasting that I have the handsomest stock of FLOWERS ever imported, I which, looking at them, will convince; English | Straw Bonnets from $8.60 to $15x and those beautiful Pamillas. as white as the driven snow; a fine stock of Back Combs and new styles of Fans. Having been for so many years in the wholesale business in New York, render my facilities to offer yon any goods in my line beg?p|fjNUgD' my IS-lm* sj'2 Market Space, NO CURE, NO PAY l-Go to Dr. BROTHERS A GRAY and be cured. They have given their particular attention to the treatment and cure of all forms of "Disease," particularly that of a private character, for twenty years. This is the oldest established Botanic Meuieal Office in the District, and have saved thousands from a dls Saceful and horrible death How important It is, en, for those unfortunates who have broaght disease upon themselves, to be cnred before it Is too late; thus preventing exposure of themselves and family. Office and residence 179 south B street, Island, opposite Smithsonian. Je9-lm* rpBIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub JL scriber has obtained from the Orphans' Ceurt of Washington Oounty, in the District of Colum bia. letters testamentary on the personal estate of Richard J. Clements, late of Washington City, D. 0.. deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the sub scriber. on or before the 4th day of June next: they may otherwise by law be eseluded from all benefit of the said estate. # _ je 14 w3w* Executrix. DERRIEN'S NEW TOPOGRAPHICAL WAR A MAP OF THE SOUTHERN STATES, withfa Chronology of the Great Rebellion:JO ewts. ? je M FRANCK TAYLOR. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS DESPATCHES.) FROM GRANT'S ARMY. The Unsuccessful Assault*? Description ?( the Enemy's Line?Unr Loih during the past Teu Days 9,000 Killed and Wound ed?Capture of 1,200 Rebel Priiouers. f Associated Press Correspondence.] HBAUwrARTKRS ARMT OF TUB POTOMAC, June 18?8 p.m.?The fighting yesterday -was ?very severe along the greater part of the lint, the most determined efforts being mart>' to break the enemy's line at several points. Bat little ground ?was gained, however, except on the left, where the enemy were forced to fall back to an inner line on account of the ad vanced position gained by Ledlle's division of Burnside's corps on Friday afternoon. The enemy's line is nearly in the form of a semi-circle^ with the ends resting on th? Ap pomattox river?Petersburg about the center. At some points of the line our guns are within a mile and a half of the city, and it .can be de stroyed at any time with ease. The heaviest fighting occurred on the right center, where each division of the 'Jd corps, at different hour*, charged tne works in front, but without success, the enemy being behind breastworks of the stTonjrest character, with troops massed behind, and our men having to cross open fields or-JOO to 400 yards in extent, exposed to a cross fire from batteries planted so as to Bweep the entire space. The last attack was made at 5 p. m. by the 3d division, under Gea. Mott, and their" loss was probably heavier than in either of the others. Gen. Price was wounded while gal lantly leading his brigade in the charge. Qen. Martindale, on the right, attacked the enemy, and succeeded in taking a few prisoners. His loss is reported nt about 500. The 5th corps did not lose heavily in their advance in the morning, but lost considerable in the afternoon in their attack on the left. Our loss, during the past ten days, will reach at least 8,00)i in killed and wounded. The loss of the enemy at some points was greater than ours, but being generally behind their entrenchments were not so much ex posed, and of course suffered less on the whole. All the prisoners taken so far (some 1,200, of whom about 200 came in yesterday,) repre sent themselves as being in Beauregard's army. The following changes have been made: Gen. Ingalls has been designated as chief quartermaster of the combined armies In this vicinity, to be stationed at City Point, with Gen. Grant. Lieut. Col. Batchelder, chief quartermaster 2d army corps, has been temporarily assigned as chief quartermaster at Gen. Meade's head quarters. Captain L. H. Pierce, late assistant chief quartermaster, Army ef the Potomac, has been promoted to chief quartermaster of the 9th army corps, with the rank of lieutenant colonel. Captain Ranson, assistant to Captain Clin ton at headquarters Army of the Potomac, has been assigned to duty in the commissary department at headquarters of the 9th army corps. These promotions are well deserved, and reflect great credit on the Commander-in Chief. GEN. BUTLER'S DEPARTMENT. Baltimobk, June 20.?A letter received from Bermuda Hundred, dated June 18, says: ??In all, 21 pieces of artillery have b*eu cap tured from the enemy in our assaults upon the works at Petersburg, besides a large nnmber of prisoners. ?'When the enemy withdrew his forces In front of Gen. Butler, to reinforce Petersburg, Butler immediately sent out a force, under Gens. Terry and Turner, wnjoh succeeded in destroying an important bridge and 4 miles of railroad track, near Waitham Junction. Ear ly's (late Longstreet's) Corps crossed the James river near Drewry's Bluff, in strong force, aud was seen coming down the Petersburg turn pike as General Butler's forces entered their works." A letter dated last evening says the steamer Amanda Winants, whilst passing Wilcex's wharf, was fired into from the north side of the James river by a rebel battery. Ten shots were fired at her, one of which passed through her hull, near the water. No one was in jured. The James river is blockaded a few. miles below Drewry's Bluff, to prevent a surprise lrom rebel rams. FROM EUROPE. Cate Rack, Jane 20.?The steamer North American, from Liverpool, June w, and Lon donderry on the 10th, passed at 2 o'clock on Sunday morning, bound for (Quebec. The political news is unimportant. It is said that the Germans assent to a fort night's extension of the armistice. ? Latest via Londonderry. Liverpool, June 10.?The resumption of hostilities in Denmark is feared. Breadstuff's are dull and downward. Wheat easier. Provisions quiet and steady. Consols 90,'?a90X< Illinois Central shares 33&30 dis count. .Erie shares 55a50. Telegram from Secretary Chase?The Pub lic Debt. New York, June 20.?A telegram from Sec re ary Chase, dated Washington, June 20, says the present aggregate of the public debt, inclu ding all legal-tender notes and unpaid requi sitions amounts to 81,710,300,16b 88. The Inter est-bearing legal-tender notes which have been withdrawn amount to S3f,890,T00. The ordinary legal-tender notes which have been withdrawn and placed in reserve amount to S 17,258,872. Of course it will be necessary to replace a portion of the five per cent, legal tenders with compound interest six per cents. An Absurd Rumor. Chambbrbtjurg, June 20.?A report was started from Newark, New Jersey,, based on what was stated to be a reliable source, that the hundred days' men at Trenton were under marching orders for Harrisburg, a small force of rebels having entered the Cumberland Val ley. This rumor has been brought to the notice of General Couch, who says he knows noth ing of such troops being thus ordered, as the Cumberland Valley was never more quiet than it is to-day. LOCAL NEWS. Mbbtiwg of the Peace Democracy.? 1'ai l&ndigkam. and Fremont both Indorsed?Great Expectations of the I'eace Democracy from the Fremont Aomination.?Another meeting of the Peace Democrats or this District was held last night, to the number of seventy.five or one hundred, at the rooms over Parker's Hall, and was called to order by the Onairman, ex-Com missioner Charles Mason. A letter was read from Prof. S. F. B. Morse, inclosing ?2, and asking to be constituted a member of the association. The reading of the letter occasioned much applause, and Mr. Thos. B. Florence made a speech highly laudatory of Mr. Morse's patriotism and Peace Democratic principles. Messrs. Samuel T. Drury and C. Gautier connected themselves with the association. On motion of Mr. Florence, it was resolved that meetings be held every night for the next two weeks, and that members of Congress and others be invited to address such persons as may assemble in the ball. Mr Florence also moved the appointment of a committee to get up a proper celebration of the coming Fourth of July; and the motion was carried. In pursuance of Mr. Florence's resolution, a committee, consisting of Messrs. Florence, Wise, Thornley, Purdy and Drury, was ap pointed to make all arrangements for the cele bration. At this moment a man dressed in the uni form of a U. S. soldier entered the room, aad as be was the first that had done so since the organization of the association, he was vocif erously applauded. Mr. Flinn moved that the delegates elected to the Chicago be requested to meet at a specified time, to that it might be known who would and who would not ge. Mr. John F. Ennis said he had been elected a delegate, but he begged leave to decline the proffered honor, as he was elected against hie wishes and consent, and when he was not in the room. Mr. J. S. Hoover said he hoped the gentle man would not be excused. Mr. Ennis said he did not intend to go to the Chicago Convention wad hang around its doors as a beggar knocking for admission. He thought he could do mose good by staying at home and directing documents. He pledged himself, however, to support the nominee. at Chic .go, whoever he mignt be. [Applause.J Mr. Hoover claimed that there would be no trouble ?? to the admission of delegates from this District. Mr. D.J.Snow said be had had conversatlons with prominent members of Congress, and he was satisfied the delegates would be promptly admitted if for no other reason than this dele gation would be the only representatives of the old Jackionian Democracy, as a member of General Jackson's cabinet was at the head of it. [Applause. | Mr. Ennis was excused. Mr. Snow then offered a series of resolutions setting forth that the salvation of the country depended now upon the Democratic party, and that succets would be best secured by a post ponement of the Chicago Convention, and therefore requesting the Democratic National Committee to postpone eaid Convention until September 17th. Mr. Snow said his reasons for offering and urging these resolutions were several: one of which was that the Administration?or Gov ernment, as it was now called?had lately made a flank movement and changed their oase, in connected with the arrival of Mr. Val landigham in Ohio. We all know there is a split In the Republican party, and the organ of Mr. Lincoln's kitchen cabinet in this city has argned to the effect that the return of Mr. Vallandigham would cause divisions in the Democratic ranks, and tbe hope is expressed that a bad result may be obtained by throwing Vailandigham's sentiments as a firebrand into the Chicago Convention. The speaker argned that there was an understanding between Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Vailandigham's friends that the latter should remain in Ohio in order to distract the Democracy; but the speaker did not believe Mr. V. would lend himself to any su?h nefarious purpose. If, however, the con vention met on the 4th of J uly, Mr. Vallandig fcam's Iriends would have a full opportunity of introducing their plans and sentiments, and thus causing a distraction in the pwty. Another reason for postponement" was that the liepublicaa party bad already been di vided. and he (the shaker) believed a policy would be developed in the management of the Republican campaign which veould give suc cess to tbe Democracy. But the great object was a harmonious action of all the element* opposed to 'be present Administration, and this could be best effected by a postponement, of the convention. There was no hope tor the Union except by the united action of all Dem ocrat*, and a delay in a nomination would best secure that united action. Mr. Fred. A. Aiken (of Vermont) said h? was opposed to the adoption of the resolution, and wag surprised at the gentleman's (Mr. Snow's) remarks. He wanted to know if there was a collusion betweun Mr. Yallaudigham. and Mr. Lincoln. Mr. Snow said he thought probably there was. Mr. Aiken.?Then if that Is so. and Mr. Val landighum is in collusion with Mr. Lincoln, he is a traitor to the Democratic party. [Ap plause.] Mr. Snow desired to explain. He did not mean to say that there was an understanding as to tbe election; bnt Mr. Vallandigham de sired to return to his home, and Mr. Lincoln desired that he should return, in order that the Democracy might be divided. Mr. Aiken did not think Mr. Lincoln wanted Vallandigham back, and he farther did not be lieve that Vailandigham's views would have any influence in the Chicago convention, and he did not believe that convention would en dorse Mr. Vailandigham's sentiments and views. Mr. Aiken then proceeded to argue against tbe postponement of the convention at Chi cago. He said Mr. Lincoln was on one plat form and Mr. Fremont on another, and the democratic people now wanted a candidate; and if the nomination is put off, it will look as though the party were waiting for something to turn up. The democracy are now ready for the issue, and desired a candidate. By a post ponement many people might go off to one or other of the candidates already in nomination, and, besides, if the subject of a nomination ie postponed, Mr. Lincoln would in the meantime place provost marshals in all doubtful dis tricts, and would give out fat contracts, and at the November election the democracy would, be nowhere. Mr. Thomas B. Florenoe spoke in favor of & postponement of the Convention, and in the course of bis remarks said that the gentleman, last np, had an undoubted right to say Mr. Vallandigham or any other man was a traitor, but that did not make them such. 'Applause J Mr. Aikens explained that he did not say Mr. V. was a traitor, but that if be bad acted in col lusion with Mr. Lincoln he was a traitor to the Democratic party. Some one here' suggested that proably the persons who had made much of the line of ar gument relative to a collusion between Mr. Vallandigham and Lincoln, had probably been, reading certain articles in the New York Herald of Saturday, and got their cue from, that paper. Mr. Florence here introduced a smutty allu sion to a dog and rabbit story to show that Mr. Aiken's reasoning from an "if" didn't amount to much. Mr. Florence then went into a defence of Mr. Vallandigham. He knew him well, and be lieved there was not a more conscientious or honest patriot in this country than Mr. V , [loud applause,] and he (Mr. F.) would not permit any one to say that Mr. C. L. V. was a traitor. [More loud applause.] He (V) was a martyr for his union sentiments, [applause,] and because he loved the perpetuity of the Union better than his life. [Renewed ap plause.] Mr. Florence proceeded to say he ('V ?) felt as much devotion for his country as any one, and be would not for a moment stand in ihe way of the Constitutional Union party. The Republican party was now divided and tliey were ready to tear each other to pieces and let the Democracy lay off for a while, and like the Kilkenny cats, the Republicans will eat each other ud. He r the speaker)" believed that ninety - nine one hundredtbs; yes, nine hundred and ninety.nine one-thousandths of the masses of the loyal peo ple were trembling with fear lest the democra cy should not postpone the nomination. Six weeks of a sharp and vigorous campaign was all that was necessary to secure a victory. By that time a union of all opposition elements could be secured. He (Mr. F.) did not care what" man's antecedents were, and did not question what any man was before this cam paign, and he (Mr. F.) was ready to fraternize in close affiliation with any one who feels it to be his duty to save the Constitution and the Union by turning out this accursed Adminis tration. rLoud applause, and cries "That's Fremont.''] Mr. Florence further argued in favor of a postponement, and the question was then taken and the resolutions of Mr. Snow were adop'ed, Mr. Aiken voting in the negative. An effort was made to reconsider the vote whereby the resolutions were passed, bnt tbe but the motion was laid on the table and the meeting adjourned. Police Reports?A'rgf Precinct.?Wm. Sul livan, lnrnishing soldiers with citizens* clothes: sent to Provost Marshal. Second Precinct ?R. Brown, Daniel Brown, Thomas Anderson, Thos. Howard, disorderly; each. James McGill, threats; dismissed. James Moor, do.; $2. Mary Washington, do.; 85. Gracey West, do.; 85. Mary Brown, sell ing whiskey tc soldiers; dismissed. William Hurbert, fighting on Sunday; dismissed. Frank Colgin and Simon Clark, deserters; military. Third. Precinct.?M. Caton. assanlt and bat tery; for hearing. Mary Mullin, selling liquor to soldiers; S2<?, jail in default. M. Brian, fighting; Jas. Shehan, do.; John Fitzgiven, dis orderly: 82.56. Wm. Redden, do.; *3.4-1. Mary Webb, do.; 84.50. Geo. Clementron, do.; 11.44. Mary Conley, do.; dismissed. Thos. Gotlan, assault and battery: dismissed. F. Gormley, de.; bail for court. Louisa Benjamin, assault; bail far peace. Mary Mnllin, grand larceny; bail for court. John Thomas, false pretenses; dismissed. Fourth. Precinct.?Ellen Lewellyn, disorderly; workhouse. Willis Cook, do.; 93. Alf. Elim, do.: dismissed. John Pfeifer, grand larceny; bail for court. Pat Welch, indecent exposure; 86 60. John Budis, drunk and disorderly; 91. Geo. Parker. Israel Dorsey and Rich'd Archer, gambling; ?3.60 each. Wm. Karr, drunk and disorderly; 93. Also, for resisting and assault ing an officer; committed for court. Fifth Precinct.?William Young, fraud; dis missed. Adnie Lynch, disorderly; 92. Jere miah Quick, vagrancy; worknouse. James Jackson, disorderly; #1.50. James Braddock and Henry Williams, sleeping in street; 91 each. Ann More, drunk; dismissed. Sixth Precinct.?Cornelius Newman, drunk and disorderly; SI. James Farmer, disorderly; :?5. Wm. Casions, carrying weapons; 920. J. L. Oilman, grand larceny; for trial. Tno. Dick son, do.: dismissed. Wm. Casions, do.; jail for court. Wm. Thomas, John Douglass, John NeUon, Nace Diggs, disorderly, locked np. Robt. Adams, violating the hack law; $l. A. Jones, do.; 92. ? .. .. Tenth Precinct?Margaret Russell, disorderly; 91.50. Anna teares, do.; 95.50. Joshua Butler, do.; 910. Alice Butler, do; 98. Joseph Va sauls, do.; S& Jennie V< illiams, do.; 91. An thony Keppy. do-; dismissed. Geo. Burgman, grand larceny; dismissed. Josephine Miles, drunk and disorderly; do. John P. Kelly, da; do Jno. Welsh, do : 82. John Wasser, do.; 91. Frank Winters, deserter; dismissed. Samuel jfcManus, John McLeon, do.; military. Tim othy Collins, drunk and disoerderly; 92. Wm. Semkins, John Coleman, Howard Jordan, and Edward Chinn, gambling on Sunday; die. missed. VThe rebel fiend, Forrest, In a skirmish, lately captured a number of prisoners, and being bard pressed by Wilder's Union cavalry, and fearing he could not get off with hi? captives, he deliberately had their throat* cut, and stripped of their clothing, and left them unburlea, Our men found them in that condition. v Western Kentucky is flooded with coun terfeit greenbacks.

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