Newspaper of Evening Star, June 24, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 24, 1864 Page 1
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" ? 1 ' ? WASHINGTON. O. C.. FRIDAY. JUNE 24. 1864. N*. 3,533; J ... _ ===== XXIII. AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL* MU8I0 J CANTERBURY HALL.) AND HAL LJCANTRRBURY HALL.f THRATIB L0DUU*4 avhui, N?r Conn cj Smk Snt*, Rtar of National and Uttroroittan Emit. ??0*01 Lai ? -..Proprietor W. 1. Caiatiooh? . Stage Mmur. LARGE AND l!NTnUSIA8TIG AUDIENCES Nightly attest, by their Deaf?aing Plaudite, their intelligent appreciation of the BLEOANT AND RECHERCHE ENTERTAIN MENTS PRESENTED BY THIS TRULY GIGANTIC ASSEMBLAGE OF GENIUS, ENTIRELY NEW AND SPLENDID BILL I To-night, presenting the Beauti.'al, Graceful and Daring Artiste, M LLE MARIETTA RAVEL, In her novel and magnificent act npon the Tight Rope, entitled DAUGHTER OF THE REGIMENT, In which she appears without the aid of a Balance Pole, executes the Manuel of Arm*, Firea Gons. Extinguishes 12 Lighted Candles at One Shot, and accomplishing many otber Difficult and Admirable Feats, hitherto unattempted by any other Performer. 1 j The Charming Floral Ballet, LE3 AMOURS DE FIGARO! In which M'LLE RAVEL,and the great Parisian Dancer, M0N8. BAPTISTIN ?Will a?pe*r, supported by the RONZAN I ,*>RAND BALLET TROUPE. A WEEK OF FUN. LAUGH AND BE MERRY. A BILL OF BURLESQUES. The Pu?ny Burlesque, entitled THE DEMON LOVER OB, SATAN IN TROUBLE. Peter 8tiggins~. ?Billy West. Rent of characters by Messrs. DOUGHERTY, WILLIAM*. DE FORREST, amd Miss NAOMI POKTRK. Also, the laughable Negro Farce of THE WIDOWS VICTIM on, THE COUNTRYMAN IN TROUBLE. J01IN MULLIGAN In his Great Character of PETER PIPER PEPPER PODGE. To be followed by A SCHOOL FOR YOUNG STUDENTS, In which Messrs. MULLIGAN. WEST. DOUGH ERTY, 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. WILLIAMS & DOUGHERTY, In New Ethiopian Songs and Dances. W. B. CAVANAUGH, In New and Original Comic Songs. J.DeFORREST, The Talented Actor, Ac., Ac. Will be produced for the first time on MONDAY EVENING, June27th. The greatest Moral, Local, Sensation Drama ever witnessed in Washington, entitled BUSHWHACKERS OF THE POTOMAC 1 Everything connected with this Life Drama has Veen prepared in the most magnificent style, and it will be presented with NEW AND ELEGANT LOCAL SCENERY, FAMILIAR SCENES IN WASHINGTON. LIKE LIKE REPRESENTATIONS. All of which have been minutely copied by the artist from careful observation, and are therefor* accurate eopiesof Washington city and its sur roundings. and cannot fail to strike the beholder as being exact counterparts of the original. The Costumes hare been made similar to those worn by the parties to be represented, and in some esses 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 act ail. and everything has tefn 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! ANNOUNCEMENT. An engagement has been effected with the cel ebrated ST. GEORGE SISTERS. Whose astonishingrevelations in Spiritualism has pu?zlt<d the world and created the greatest excite ment |p New York. Philadelphia, Boston and Tties. wheie their performances have re I highest encomiums from the press and IP pronounee their exhibitions far more |<raa than those of the renowned DAVENPORT BROTHERS. Due notice of their first appearance will be gives. FAMILY MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT TWO COLOUR. Ladies u eeata; Children 15 cent* Admission ? ? -? ..... fit 9 Orchestra ?-t ? ? Private Beies, holding six persona | 00 Doors open at 7 e'doek; Performance to eoa meoce at 8 o'clock. WOOD MOULDINGS! WOOD MOULDINGS! WOOD MOULDINGS! UNITED STATES WOOD MOULDING MILL, Nos. 44 and 26 South Fifteenth street, PHILADELPHIA. Always on band, a large stoek of the above articles, made of the very best material. Orders filled at the shortest notioe. Freight paid to Washington, free of charge. ESLER A BROTHERS, JeJTlm Proprietors* FRENCH FIREBOARD PRINTS. Just received,* choice selection of the above, at J. MAKKRiTER 8. No. 4*6 7th street. Eight deera above Odd Fellows' Hall. Terms ca*h| a# 39-lcalf* LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING- IN THE WASHINGTON CITY POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, JUNK 33, 1864* OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN THE PAPER HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. Free Deliver* of Letters by Curriers at the residences of owaers 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 fall address, in cluding street and number, and request answers 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 hand corner, and leave space between the stamp and direction for poHt-marking without interfering with the writing. A request for the return of a letter to the writer if unclaimed within thirtv days, or less, written or firintedL, with the writers full address across the eft 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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MISS SUSAN DENIS as MORGIANA, Supported by the Unequalled D ramatic Company. The piece concludes with the Resplendent Scene, by Mr. C. Getz, THE HOME OF THE VAIRIES, and the CASCADES OF THE SILVER LAKE. GROVER'S THEATER. PimreTLTAHIA AT..RKAB WlLLARO'S HOTIL. WM. E. SINN Temporaiy Lessee and Manager INCREASING AND GENUINE SUCCESS OP THE THRILLING ORIENTAL SPECTACULAR PA GEANT. With the young, beautiful Equestrienne, MISS KATE YANCE, in her FEATS OF RECKLESS DARING. The charming and talented Equestrienne will ap pear to-nighx, together with her charger, DON JUAN, educated by the celefbrated trainer, Mr. Wm. R. Deer, in scenes of thrilling prospect and awful sublimity, riding, whilst lashed to. to the bare back of the fearless animal, on the brinks of precipices overhanging rocky ravines,and, gallop ing, will perform the circuit of the immense audi torium, on a platform erected AROUND THE PARQUETTE CIRCLE I THIS EVENING, W. n. Miller's dramatisation of LordByron's KPt A Or. THE WILD HORSE 6? TARTARY _ In active preparation. ROCKWOOD; OR, DIOK TURPIN AND TOM KING. ??7"Due notice will be given of the re api earance of Mr. J. K. MORTIMER. GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS NOTICE ? LICENSES.? All licenses due Lk? the corporation of Georgetown on the 1st of July next, must be paid within ten days of that date, otherwise they will be strictly enforced by the Metropolitan Police. je 21-eotJylO WM. LAIRD, Clerk. GEORGETOWN TAXBS-An abatement of six \T per cent, will be allowed on the general tax for the current year, if paid on or before the first day of July next. CHAS, D. WELCH, je20-llt* Collector. S "LIVERPOOL FINE ANP GROUND ALUM, TURK'S ISLAND. SAINT UBB8, ROCK SALT, for horses and cattle. For sale by I. TH08. DAVIS. Wholesale Dealer in Salt, je8-lm" No. 83 Water street, Georgetown. Captains oa board, or to ' JOHN B. DAVIDSON, By 13- Water strewt, Georgetown. rpo THX RESIDENTS OF THE ISLAND WA TCHMjLKER^ND JXitRLRR. No. 196 4* strut, bthattn R and F str mi. Island, (Next door to Tenth District Station House.) WatcheaJClocks and Jewelry repaired in the mosf rfatest style and warranted. Par ticular attention paid to repairing of watchee. | f Also, A large assortment of Books, Stationery and Fancy Goods constantly oa hand. )e 17-6t & R 0 0 F I N G FILT! ROOFINGC1M1MT THOMAS FAHBY, ? Coaxi* 10th 8t.W*?t i*D?? Ca*ai, Being the only jJJjnUifthis eitj and Roofing Cement from aa old. established firm, eu afford to 0tU the iboto article? ?t the very lcw.?' ud those engaged in the bnsiaeaa are requested t?eaH and S^^or themselves, having a fwVe.t^ckoftheabove named articles always on hand, - TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS DESPATCHES ] FROM WHITE HOUSE. Rebel Cavalry Attauli-Attempt it Cap* ture Sheridan's Train*. [Despatch to the Chronicle. 1 Whits Hocpk, Va , Jane 21.?The enemy made a persistent though not Terjr desperate attempt to capture the wagon trains at this point, belonging to Sheridan's cavalry oorps. About o'clock yesterday morning, they drove In our pickets with disaoxsted caralry, when a heavy skirmish line wa< thrown out to meet them, which, with the aid of our bat teries, ettectually checked their advance and designs. About 9 o'clock they opened with ar tillery, when the trains were ordered across the railroad bridge over the Pauiunkey, on the road leading to West Point. There were b? tween GW> and wagons, loaded with stores and ammunition, which, with the cattle, were all safely crossed without the least d isorder or accident While waiting to cross, one oi the sanitary wagons was struck with a shell and demolished, though fortunately without per sonal injury >o any one. From a prisoner we learned the attacking party to be Hampton's cavalry, accompanied r?y four batteries. They Kept up a brisk lire fcxra the latter for fire or atx hours, but the ac curacy of range from our gunboats and bat teries prevented their taking position to ac complish much damage, and, chagrined at their tailt re. they sullenly withdrew; but not a mo rrunt too soon for their security, as our cavalry, wmch had been momentarily efcpected, now b gaii to arrive. it is supposed they intend to harass, If pos sible, oor trains, when they move across totae Jaires. Onr cavalry this m<>rn!ng stared in pursuit of the attacking party, bnt it j* not likely they will succeed In overtaking them. 'FoRTRkM Mokrok, June 2-J.?The steamer Idas arrived this morning early, from the WbiteHfcoee, where she leit at 10 o'clock yes terday morning. She reports that at 6 a. m. on the 2ith iavt, Gens. Fitxbugh Lee and Hampton made an at tack by charging on our forces entrenched at the "White House, and In command of General Abercrombie, which charge was repulsed and the enemy driven back. At the same time our gnnboats Commodore Morse, CapL Babcock, and two others, opened a heavy nre, shelling the enemy. At 7 o'clock, the enemy having succeeded in planting a battery of three guns in range, re turned the Are upon our gunboats and land fbrces. This artillery duel was kept up until 12 o'clock noon, when the Commodore Morse threw a shell that exploded a caisson in the enemy's battery, causing great confusion among their men, and thereupon they retired, taking their guns with them. Our lots was only three wounded, one mor tally. At 3 o'clock p. m., 20th, General Sheridan's idvance guard arrived at the White House, and at five o'clock the General arrived with his command. Yesterday morning ('2lst) there was skir mishing among the pickets, and a general en gagement expected. General Getty arrived and relieved General Abercombie, who had been previously or dered to report to Washington for duty. During this siege General Abercrombie re ceived a dispatch from General Grant to hold his position at all hazards, till assistance ar rived, which, by the aid of th? gunboats, he succeeded in doing. Ger.eral Abercrombie arrived to-day, on his way for Washington, and will leave here to night, via Baltimore. Later. The artillery fire on both sides was kept up, gradually diminishing, until 4 p. m. The ene my's loss was comparatively heavy. Prisoners captured say the rebels mistook our gunboats for transports, and intended to cap ture onr troops at the White House before Gen eral Sheridan's command arrived. The enemy's evident intention was to destroy General Abercromble's command at White House, and thereby intercept General Sheri dan's sale arrival there. They were defeated. FROM THE FRONT AT PETERSBURG. ? Mortar Shells Thrown into the Camps sf the Enemy?Speedy Resumption of Active Hostilities Anticipated?Visit of Presi dent Lincoln to Gen. Grant. [Dispatch to the Chronicle] Near Petkrbbfro, June 20.?The rebels have been unusually active along our tntire lront since the lifting of the morning haze. All day the patter of their balls over our breast works has been continuous and monotonous. Dozens of men have fallen victims to the skill of their sharpshooters, while our marksmen are unable to retaliate as they might If the formation of the ground was not against them. Some are shot going for water, others fall on tbeir way to the front carrying victual* ??? officer Last night we planted some mortars on the left. Cannon shoot over the strong works of the enemy, and do no damage. Mortars, if properly poised, drop the shell immediately behind the works, and are more disastrous than a charge. Several shots were flred after dark, the burning luse describing a beautiful paiafcela, and marking the course of the Again quiet brooded over the two hosts. About midnight we were disturbed. Lee thought our left was leaving. He advanced his right, and drew forth a volley from the 5th corps. Forflve minutes the uproar was alarm ing, but it soon ceased when we proved our piesence. In the morning we had an inter esting artillery duel on the right by way of re creation. The rebels brought several batteries into play?one of 20-pounders, which they threw round shot and ehell far over the house where was headquarters of 2d division, Oth corps. This lasted an hour. The 2d corps will be relieved to-night. One division of colored troops will take the place of Birney's division. Two days of quiet. It cannot last much longer. Bloody times will come again. R. H. McBridk. Another Accoant. [Correspondence of the Associated Press.] Headquarters Army or the Potomac, June 22.?Artillery firing on the right, and picker skirmishing at various points along the line occupied the day yesterday, resulting in the wounding of a few men, but causing no change in position. A battery, stationed on an elevated piece of ground in front of Petersburg, kept annoying one of our batteries on the left for some time, when it opened in return, one of the shells ex ploding in the midst of the men at the rebel guns, and causing a cessation of filing on their part. Gen. Hancock is recovering trom his indis position, and expects to resume command of his corps in a few days. President Lincoln paid a visit to Gen. Grant at City Point yesterday. Colonel Baker, of the Third North Caroli na, and a dozen men were captured, and brought in yesterday by the Second Corps pickets. All the prisoners collected since the army has been in thiB neighborhood, have been sent to City Point for transfer Eastward. Philadelphia Sanitary Fair. Philadelphia, June 23.?The Central Sani tary Fair was crowded to excess this evening, among the attractions being the visit of the Knights Templars ef Washington. The vote on the sword stood, Meade 1,463 over Hancock, and McClellan 76 over Grant. The fair will nominally close Saturday night. Monday and Tuesday next it will be thrown open at a low price of admission to all the de partments. There is no doubt but that a million dollars will be raised and perhaps more lor the Sani tary Commission. The fair has been a decided success. New York Markets. New York, J nne 23.?Gold was two hundred and twenty at noon. Wool sales, to the extent of one hundred and fifty thousand pounds of Ohio fleece, were made to day at one dollar. Prices range now from ninety-five cents to one dollar. The market is excited and active. The bolder* of foreign exchange refuse to name a price. Arrival ef the Blew Ironsides. Pfiladelphia, June 23.?The New Iron sides arrived at Fert Mifflin last night. CONGRESSIONAL. Ik thk Skkatk yesterday? The House bill to repeal the fugitive slave bill came up as the special order. Mr. Saulsbnry moved the following as a sub stitute for the bill: That no person held to service or labor In one State under the laws thereof; escaping into another, shall, in consequence of any law or regulation, though be be discharged from such labor, but shall be delivered np on claim to the party to whom snch service or labor may be dne, and Congress shall pass all necessary and proper laws for the rendition of all such persons. This was rejected. The bill subsequently passed by a vote of 27 to 12. In the ever ing session? Mr. Grimes called up the House bill incor porating the Young Men's Christian Associa tion of Washington; which was passed. Also, House bill incorporating Colored Cath olic Male Benevolent Society of Washington. Passed. Thk Kkktuckt Raid.?Mr. John M. Clay, living near Lexington, Ky., lost CMOO worth of race horses by the Morgan raiders. Among them was the famous ? ?Skedaddle," for which he was offered recently at St- Louis 98,000,

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