Newspaper of Evening Star, August 25, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated August 25, 1864 Page 1
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V?. XXIVI WASHINGTON. D. C.. THURSDAY. AUGUST 25. 1864 N?. 8.585. DENTISTRY. pilAL PZS00T1BTJM DEHTIBTEY. T*tk E*tmni wiikm PHn with tkt JCMKm tf trtwrt to Mil at Dr. LEWIE'S offloe,^*^ lid k?r? them taken out by ttU >*VMBSB and karmleee .rocwi iL?o call and<{ZQSXr examine the Doctor'? now an<l lm- ?fc Tf jroved method of Inaertin* ^^^LiJuueUi rn once Me the treat improvement, ini *"???*? you will kave tkem in no otker ityle and valuable ene. Ho. 849, P*. ink and lath etreete. _ Dentiat. novll a. ?. Mil1 M- p" M. LQOMI8, * ^fu??&25,toft^ of tke MIR UAL PL ATI Unda mtmuIW tt kis offloe in tkie teoda personally ?t kis offloe eity. Many persons oanw>tr..'}!! ^? ? ?? teetk wko cannot wear othere, and no th person can wear other* wko eanne* ww xnese. Persona eaiiing at my offloe with any ityle end price of Teeth ther denj?t art oan produce, the MINERAL PLAT* vlU ke IBESE&SSS'BmaHt Al?, 90T Archft? Philadelphia. raar4-ly S. X.?1860,?X. Persona of sedentary habits troubled with weak Be s,laasitude, palpitation of the heart, lack o appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, con stipation, Ac., deserve to suffer if they will not try the celebrated plantation bitters, which are now recommended by the highest medi cal authorities, and warranted to produce an im mtdiaU beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pure, and must supercede all other tonics where a healthy, gentle stimulant ia required. They purify,*trengten and invigorate. They create a healthy appetite. They are an antidote to a change ot water an 1 diet. They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours. They strengthen the system and enliven the mind. They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach. Tbey cure Dyspepsia and Constipation, They cure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera Morbus. They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head ache. They make the weak strong, the languid bril liant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer. They are composed of the celebrated Calisaya bark, wintergreen, sassafras, roots and herbs, all preserved in perfectly pure 8t. Croii rum. For particulars, see circulars and testimonials around eaeh bottle. Beware of imposters. Examine every bottle. See that it has D. S. Barnes' signature on our pri vate U.S. Stamp over the cork, with plantation scene, and our firm signature on a fine steel plate ngraving on side label. See that our bottle is not refilled with spurious and deleterious stuff. We defy any person to match the taste or character of our jg. Any person pretending to sell Plantation Bitters by the gallon or in bulk, is an imposter. We sell only in our log cabin bottle. Any person imitating this bottle, or selling any other material therein, whether called Plantation Rittoro nr not, is a criminal nndet the TJ. 8. Law, and will be so prosecuted by ns. We already have our eye on two re-filling our bottles, Ac., who will succeed in getting themselves into close quarters. The demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters from ladies, clergymen, merchants, Ac., is perfectly incredible The simple trial of a bjttle is the evidence we pre sent of their worth and superiority. They are sold by all respectable druggists, grocers, physicians, hotels, saloons, eteamboats and country stores. P. H. DRAKE A CO., aug 2-eo3m 202 BROADWAY, N. Y. ^ 0 T I 0 E ? C5S5?,.{ In compliance with an ordinance of the Corpo ration, entitled "An act for the removal of offal, aleps, Ac ," the public are hereby notified that all kitchen offal will be removed from their respec tive dwellings once a day until the 1st October next, and all housekeepers are hereby notified to place vessels sufficient to contain such offal, and easily handled, in the rear of their several prem ises, when accessible to the garbage carts, and when not accessible in the rear, then at a place most convenient, ? * ? * 1>UKH*TT, Commissioner Ficst Ward; J AS. W. SPALDING, Commissioner Second Ward: JOHN T. GARNER, Commissioner Third Ward; WM. DOCGLA88. Commissioner Fourth Ward; WM. H. HAMILTON, Commissioner Fifth Ward; ? W. A. FLETCHRR. , Commissioner 8ixth Ward; J AS. H. BIRCH, Commissioner Seventh Ward. N. B. All offal of other kinds will be promptly removed by notifying the Commissioners of the same. je 28-law2m J OBAPH REYNOLDS A CO. PL UMBRR3, GAS, AND STEAM E'TTERS, No. COO Nivth Stbmt, near avenA, Have Just received, and will constantly keep on hand, the largest and best assortment in the city of Chandeliers, Brackets, Drop Lifhts, Portables, Glass Globes, mica and other Shades, and all arti cles in this line, from the best establishments in New York, Philadelphia, Ac., which will ke sold on the most reasonable terms. Also, RANGES, FURNACES, and Fire-Board BtOT68. We are prepared to furnish the best RANGE la use anywhere, on very reasonable terms. Hotel*, Restaurants, Ac., are invited to call. We do all kinds of GAS and Bf MAM fittings promptly and cheap, as also everything In the FLUMBiNG line in the most satisfactory manner. Call and see onr Bathing Tnbs, Fountains Water Closets, Wash-stands, Basins, Ac., Ac., at No.600 Ninth street, near Pennsylvaniaavenue.thelargest [ establishment in the eitr. fe 2-eotf MPOETANT TO BUTLERS BUTLERS WILL FIND H. A. DOWNING k CO.'S OONOMNTMATED 0 L A M TO *E A MOST Y ALU ABLE ARTICLE TO THEIR TRADE. It sells very rapidly, and Is tke mc-1 economical article of diet for the offloer's mess. It is prepared In one minute, and makes a most deliciooa Soup ot Chowder. It la, highly reeommended by Arm Burgeons. The profits are large. H. A. DOWNING A 00., Manufacturers of Concentrated Food No. Ill East 18th ft.. New York. Por sale ky BARBOUR A 8EMMS8, Sole Agents, 6f Louisiana Avenue, ?et-ly Washington, D. Q 'HI NEW 1NT1RNAL RETINUE LAW, ap proved June *?, 1S64. . ? Poems; with translations froa tke German. By ?cy Hooper. ptain Brand, of the "Centipede." By Capt. &, U, 8. N. le Atlantic Monthly for August. ie Ladder of Life. By Amelia E. Edwards. rioe Dering. By the author of "Guy Living liott's Manual for Cavalry. ilway Anecdote Book. echer's Religions Training of Children. 11 ins' Voyage down the Amoor. 28 FRANCE TAYLOR. IILLIAED TABLES fOR BALE.?Tke Bubeeri re at tke Billiard i. . kk-tf PERSONAL. PERSONAL.?WM. PRINCE, 381F Btreet, oppo site the Patent Office, is the only one in town ?who does FLUTING, having three Terr elegant ? machines now in operation. Ladies who desire this very fashionable trimming should give him a call. Stamping in all its varieties elegantly done. Stamped Goods. Braid and Bilks for sale, aa 12-tf FEMALE COMPLAINTS receive partiular atten tion at Dr. DARBY'S Office, 492 7th street between D and E. Those in need of a confidential adviser can be suited by calling on him. aaS-lm* PRIVATE COMPLAINTS Are treated, either E personally or by letter, at Dr. WOOD'S Office, 496 7th street. Separate rooms for patients. Of fice open day and night. au g-lm* |\f ADAME AHOLIAB WOULD RBSPECTFUL i"l ly announce to her friends and the public generally, that she is now settled permanently in house No. 349 G street, between and 6th sts.. Island, where she is prepared to read, to all who require it, the Past, Present and Future. Being an impressed medium, she is able to advise and counsel with safety npon all matters; especially business matters; er in fact, anything of import ance Ladi'- 'scents; Gentlemen f 1.25. Can be consulted it. u. 8 a. m. until 9 p. m. au 5-2W" piXTBAORiUAAJUr POWER. Mrs L.SMITH, A-J Clairvoyant ana Test ueaium, 852 4th street, a few doors above I street, with the aid of spirits, examines all kinds of diseases, sees yoar dead and living friends; describes them, gets names; tells character: reads the future. Advice about busi ness. 8ittiagf2. jy 18-lm* TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Bcape mat. T RAILROAD FROM PHILADELPHIA FROM WALNUT STREET PIEB,i VIA WEST JERSEY RAlL-j OAD. ? At 6 a. m., accommodation due at 10)1 a m. At 10 a. m., express due at 1% p. m. At a. m., express due at 8 p. m. Returning, leave Cape May? 6 a. m. express due at 9^ a. m. 11.45 accommodation due at Hi p. m. 6.10 p. m. express due at p.m. Through without change of earl or baggage, New cars, and everything first-class. Je 20 3m J. VAN RENSSELAER, Supt. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. On and after 8unday, June 19th, 1864, Daily Traini will be run between Washington and New York and Washington and the West, as follows: FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND BOSTON. Leave Washington at 7.S0 a.m., 11,10 A.m., and 8.30 j. m. daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at 8.30 p. m. only. FOB BALT1MOBE AND PHILADELPHIA. Leave Washington at 3pm. dally, except Sun day. Passengers will note that this tram runs as far u Philadelphia only. FOR NEW YORR. Leave Washington daily at 6.30 p. m. This train is/or New York passengers tx civs it ?Jy, FOR BALTIMORE. Leave Washington at 6.30 a. m.,11.13 a. m..Sp. m., 4.45 p. m., 7.20 p. m , and 8.30 p. m., except Sun day. On Sunday at 7.30 a. in., 3 p. m., and 8.30 p. m, FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. Leave Washington at 6.30 a.m.and3,4.45and8.30 p.m. daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at 3 and 8.30 p. m Tickets sold to all points WEST, and baggagt checked through. ? FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave Washington at 6.30 a. m. and 4.40 p. m. daily, except Sunday. No train for Annapolis on Sunday. Trains leaving Washington at 7.30 a. m. and 6.30 p. m. ge through to New York without chanri of cars. Sleeping cars on 6.30 and 8.90 p. m. trains. Bertha can be secured until 0 p. m. daily at the ticket of flce. After that hoar they must be secured of the Bleeping car conductor. The first and fifth trains stop at all way points. The 3 p. m. train stops only at Bladensburg, Beltsville, Laurel, Annapolis Junction and Relay House daily, except Sunday. On Sunday it stoes at all way points. PARTICULAR NOTICE. Passengers will please observe that the 3 p. m. train runs only as far as Philadtlphia daily, trcept Sunday. On Sunday it runs to Baltimore only. Also, that the 6.90 p. m. train takes Ntw York passengers ^For further information, tickets of any kind, Ac., apply to GEO. 8. KOONTZ, Agent at Wash ington,*^ at the Ticket Office. W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation. L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. Je 20-tf G BEAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE TO TBI NORTHWEST AND SOUTH*B&T. ON AND AND AFTER NOVEMBER 18TH trains will leave Baltimore from the North Cal vert Station as follows: Fast Mail at- ? 9?A. M. Harrisburg Accommodation??3.00 P. M. Lightning Express ?-8.30 P. M. THE 6 30 A. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON connects with the9.20 a. m. train from Baltimore for Pittsburg and the West .and for Elmira, Bnff alo, Rochester, Dunkirk, Canandaigua, and Ni agara Falls, and for New York city. THE 7.90 P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON connects with the 9.30 p. m. train from Balti more for Elmira and the North and Pittsburg and the West. SLEEPING OARS 0N NIGHT TRAINS. Soldisbs' Tickets at Goverxmbst Ratib, ONE THROUGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY, LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME. I^For tickets and any information apply at the office of the Great Pennsylvania Route, corner Penn. avenue and 6th atreet,nnder Natioaal Hotel, Washington. J. N. DUBARRY, Superintendent N. O. R. B. E. J. WILKINS, Pass and Ticket Agent, ?or. 6th st. and Je 9-tf Penn. avenue. The supreme court of the district OF COLUMBIA, holding a District Court of the United States for the said District. To all whom it may concern, greeting: Notice is hereby given, that on the 2d day of Au fnst, 1864, the schooner L. B. Cowperthwaite, tac le and apparel, furniture, Ac., were seized for violation of the Revenue Laws by the United States Collector of Customs at Georgetown, D. C., and brought the same into this District for adjudication; and the same are libelled and pros ecuted in this court, in the name of the United 8tates, for condemnation; and have been arrested by the marshal for the reasons in the libel stated; and that said cause will stand for trial at the City Hall, in the city of Washington, on the first Mon day of September next, when and where all per sons are warned to appear to show cause why con demnation should not be decreed, and to inter vene for their interests. August 2.1S14. R. J. MEIGS, Clerk. au S-2aTrtd J EBB ON THE ATTACK AND DEFENCE OF out-posts; London. LendyM Elements of Fortification; London, Sir IIoward Douglass on Fortification; London. Vaubau's First System, by Thoa. Kimber; Lon don. . The Modern System of Fortification, by Thomafl Eimber; London. Field Works, by Thos. Kimber; London. Hyde's Fortification.* London. Lendy'Fortification; London. Mahan's Field Fortification. Duane's Manual for Engineers. _au 3 FRANCK TAYLOR. C. W. BOTELER. JNO. W. BOTELIR C. W. BOTELER Ic SON, IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS is CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE, TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER-PLATED WARE, BRITANNIA WARE, BLOCK TIN GOODS, TIN CHAMBER SETS, COAL OIL LAMP8, JAPANNED WAITERS, DOOR MATTS, FEATHER DUSTERS, BRUSHES, WOOD WARE, AND HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES GENERALLY. & HOUSES, HOTELS, AND STEAMBOATS FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 318 IRON HALL, PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE. 17-eo6m between 9th and loth sts fHINOS WORTH KNOWING ABOUT HORSES, ? London; Dadd'a Modern Horae Doctor; Youatt and Spooner on the Horse; Lawrence on the Horse; Ltnsley a Morgan Horses, Miles on the Horse'a Fj?^'d n?*? e, Pocket Farrier, Mason'a Far & '?*ner'?Guide, Mayhew's Illustrated illustrated Horse Man agement, Stawart on the Stable; Bansher on Hor*em?n*hip; Dadd'? Anatomy of the Horae; 7"uf5!?5 ;V>,. ^' StonMhenge on the Horse, Lo ndon, Richard Mm on the Horae: Cole>a American Veterinarian. (Jy S3) FRANCK TAYLOR. K-la* AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL. MUSIC ICANTERBURY HALL,) AND HAL L fCANTERBURY HALL. { THEATER Louisiana Atkkux, Hear Corner of Sixth strut, Rear of National and Metropolitan Hotels. GxottJB Lxa ?- ..? Proprietor. W. E. Cavakaugh._~~..~? ? ?Stage Manager. EIGHTH WEEK OF SUMMER SEASON. THE MODEL TROUPE IS A SPLENDID BILL THIS WEEK. COMIC, ORIGINAL, MIRTHFUL, ENTERTAINING. " Again we come with magic glee. From saddening cares rear minds to free : To swell each heart with gladness now, And drive dark sa&dowB from your brow." NO DIMINUTION IN ATTENDANCE. EVERYBODY DELIGHTED, ACTUALLY CHARMED. CRITICISM CHALLENGED. ' The whole strength THE DRAMATIC, OLIO, and PANTOMIME COMPANY BROUGHT INTO REQUISITION. CHANGE OF DANCES, CHANGE OF OVERTURES. CHANGE OF PANTOMIMES, CHANGE OF FARCES. CHANGE OF 80NGS, CHANGE OF BURLESQUES, CHANGE OF BALLETS, CHANGE OF EVERYTHING. EVERY ACT ON THE BILL Carefully selected to suit REFINED iKD DISCRIMINATING AUDIENCS. Second week of AGNE8 SUTHERLAND. AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNES SUTHERLAND. Who will sing favorite Scotch Ballads. First Week of the Or*nd Fl?*?l Divortieomont, Arranged by MONS. LOUIS SZOLLOBY, Entitled, THE GARDEN OF PLEASURE, THE GARDEN OP PLEASURE, THE HARDEN 09 PLEASURE, THE GARDEN OF PLEASURE. DANCES INCIDENTAL Grand Adaigo, by Misses Ella. Mary,and Lizzie Wesner, and Maggie Wilson. LaClavelle. ....-^-.Misses Wilson and Viola. La 1'ansais . Miss Lizzie Wesner. LaRose_>-.. Miss Mary Wesner. La Tulip..? Miss Ella Wesner. La Garlande.? By all the Corps de Ballet. MISS 8ALLIE SUNDERLAND, miss sallie sunderland! MISS SALLIE SUNDERLAND. The Qaeen of Song. The Celebrated Ethiopian Duo, MULLIGAN, MULLIGAN, MULLIGAN, MULLIGAN, MULLIGAN, MULLIGAN, aBd wEST WEST, WEST, WEST, WEST, WEST, In their Negro Peculiarities. DOUGHERTY, DOUGHERTY, DOUGHERTY. WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, WILLIAMS, and RBDD1N, REDDEN. REDDEN, In an entirely new Burlesque, written by H. W. Williams, entitled the YOUTH WHO NEVER SAW A WOMAN. The Entire Company of COMEDIANS, COMEDIANB, COMEDIANS, PANTOMIMT8T8. PANT0MIMI8T8, PANTOMIMISTS, NEGRO DELINEATORS, &C., NEGRO DELINEATORS, AC., NEGRO DELINEATORS, &.O., IN A TREMENDOUS OLIO NIGHTLY, POPULAR FAMILY MATINEE. POPULAR FAMILY MATINEE, POPULAR FAMILY MATINEE POPULAR FAMILY MATINEE POPULAR FAMILY MATINEE, ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AFTERNOON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, AT a O'OlScK: AT S O'CLOCK. AT 3 O'CLOCK. AT 2 O'CLOCK. 40H PriynteBoxea, holding six persons - I oo Tickets for sal* at ?' principal Hotels tonranta. Soon open ?t 7 o'?io?k; F?rf?nuM? to mm aono? at 8 o'otoefc. AMUSEMENTS. FORD'S NEW THEATER. Tenth street, above Pennsylvania avenue. THE SECOND REGULAR SEASON will commence MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 29, With the very popular comic artistes, . MR. AND MRS. W.J.FLORENCE, In a series of performances especially adapted for the earlier part of the season, consisting of Comedy. Burlesque, Farce and Vaudeville, Similar to their entertainments at Wallack's New Theater and the Winter Garden, New York, during the two last summer seaaons at those fashionable Theaters. for particulars see future advertisement, au 24 3t WASHINGTON THEATER. Eleventh street, near Pennsylvania avenue. ANNOUNCEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. The Publie are respectfully informed that the above-named establishment will op?n on THURSDAY, AUGUST U5.TS64, on which occas-ion will oe presented three glorious Br AM A, COMEDY, AND ETHIOPIAN EX TRAVAGANZA, For the purpose of presenting a Grand Compli memary and Testimonial Benefit to MI88 JENNIE GOURLEY, Late of Grover's Theater. Tendered her by her numerous friends aul admirers. THE MAID OF CROISSY, OR, THE CONSCRIP T'S RETURN. DANCE MISS FLORA LEE. THE MOMENTOUS QUESTION. OR, THE POACHER'S DOOM. DANCE.?..... Mr. T. C. GOURLEY. To conclude with the celebrated Ethiopean Ex travaganza, entitled. JUMBO JUM. Admission.?Orchestra Chairs, 75 cents; Dress Circle, 10 cents; Orchestra Boxes, 75 cants; Private Boxes 96. Doors open at 7 o'clock; Performance commences at 8 o'clock precisely. au 24-2t "VARIETIES! VARIETIES!! Prontinn Pennsylvania avenue and 9ih *tr?rt. FITZ SIMMONS. >: Proprietor. JOHN MILLER .?.. .Stage Manager. HOUSES CROWDED NIGHTLY, The great successful moral drama UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, OB LIFE AMONG THE LOWLY. Characters by the GREAT DRAMATIC COMPANY. DOUBLE MUSIC HALL SHOW, ALL THE FRETTY GIRLS, GREAT CENTRAL MUSIC HALL AND THEATER. Loeated on Pennsylvania avenue?Strangers can see it irom their Hotels?The Palace of Gift. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Grand Performanse of UNCLE TOM'S CABIN. Prices, 25 and 60 cents; Private Boxes, 95. au 23-fit* ODD FELLOW'S HALL. FOR ONE WEEK ONLY' commencing on MONDAY EVENING, August 22d. RETURN OF THE FAVORITES 1! ELLINGER AND F09TE 8 GREAT MORAL EXHIBITION. Unparallelled success ! The Greatest Combination of Attraction ever offered in one Entertainment II The three smallest human beings in existence. COM. FOOTE and SISTER, (not half the size of Gen. Tom Thumb and wife;) and COL. small, tbe Female Character Dancer, a trifle taller than Com. Foote. These Wonders of Nature will be assisted by the following talented choir of artists: Miss M. C. ELLINGER, Vocalist and Pianist; W. D. FRANKLIN, Balladist. J. W. SMITH, Humorist; And Prof.G.H. BROOK8. _ Violinist and Pianist. GRAND MATINEE On MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOONS, at 4 o'clock. Cards of Admission 25 Cants, Reserved Seats 5f> Cents. No half p. oein the Evening. ELLINGBR A- foote, Managers and Proprietors. |0"The Piano and Melodeon used are kindly loaned by John F Ellis. au 20 7t* PIG NICS, EXCURSIONS, &c. TnE YOUNG UNITED CLUB has postponed their Pic-Tlic until thursday, AUGUST 25, 186J, M on account of the rain. /W au 23 3t* W The third grand annual afternoon and evening PIC NIC Of the HUCKSTERS' ASSOCIATION will be held at the WASHINGTON park, 7th street, on thursday, 25th of August, 13t">4, The Association are assured from past expe- S* rience that making known the date of their#** pic nic is a sufficient (ruaranty for all theirUMB friends to rally around the Park. A splendid baud has been engaged for the ocea?ion, at great ex pense; so we would invite all pleasure seekers to come to the Park on the occasion. Committee?A. Columbus, Pres.; J. Keating, Sec.; 8. Shreve. E. Beach. au ?)-5t* BOARDING. Furnished rooms for rent, with Board, in the spacious double hoyse 339 I street, be tween 13th and 14th. iiot and eft Id bath, au 24-3t FOR RENT, WITH BOARD-A large RACK PARLOR, on the first floor. Also, four or five Table Boarders can be accommodated at No. 2ol G street, between 14th and 15th. au 24-6t urni8hed ROOMS FOR RENT AND FIRST CLAS8 TABLE BOARD, ^ _No. 517 12th street, nearly opposite Kirkwood Honse. au 23-3t? NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS, single and in suit, with first-class BOARD,at 301 G street, between 13th and 14th, near the Departments. Re ferences exchanged. au 22-lw /GENTLEMEN CAN OBTAIN SPLENDID BOARD and LODGING at 501 11th st., near Pa. av. au 19-Iw* betreen C and Louisiana*"av. au 16 2w* GEOEGETOWN ADVER'MTS Georgetown corporation stock.? Those persons who may be disposed to pur chase Georgetown Corporation Stock,which bears an inttrest of six per eent. per annum, payable quarterly, can obtain some by applying to WM. LAIRD, Clerk of said Corporation. Je 29-dtSl ? rpoWING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO, bythe J. Potomac Tow Company's boats, "Potomac," "Gov. Curtin" and "Belle Haven." Apply to th? Captains oa board, or to JOHN B. DAVIDSON, my U- Water street. Georgetown. WASHINGTON CITY SAVINGS BANK, IIC0RPOBATID March 8th, 1864. EDWARD SIMMS, President and Treasurer. PWARD CLARK, Vice President and Secretary. Directors. WM. P. DOLE, THOU.J. GARDNER, J. J. COOMBS, 8. V. NILEd, JOHN R. ELVAN8. This Bank ig now open for the reeeipt of deposits, at the sew Backing House, No. 58 Louisiana av enue, under Simms' new building. EDWARD CLARK, Secretary. EDWARD CLARK & CO., BANKERS, At the Savings Bank, No. 68 Louisiana avenue EXCHANGE, GOLD AND 8ikY>?jAND GEN ERAL BANKIN6 BUSINESS. EDWARD CLARK, fttt-lm JOHN R. ELVAN8 ROM LONDON .-The A. B. 0. of Skirmishing. Gen. Lovell en Outposts, Parrol?, Ac. Man ual of Position Drill. Malton's Company Maneu vers. Malton's Light Drill. Yates on Strategy with Maps. Robertson's Catechism of the Field Exercise, Th# Infantry Manual. Col. Burns' Qu'Stions and Answers on Artillery. 8innott a Light Infantry Duty. Sinnott's Military Cate ebu>D), ?a 9 FRANCK TAYLOR. T'ENTS1 TENTS 11 TENTS Ml ~~~ SUTLER'S TENT8,^FLIS8 AND COVER?, of all sites and descriptions, on hand ant made to ordei-by^ gon Sad maker*, lO-rt* 638?llth ft,, near Riley's Wharf. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. from the southwest. Rebel Dash into Memphis?The End aimed a? a Failure. Mzxpbis, Aug. 21.?This city was attacked .k n?ornlnK by the rebel Qen'l ^ brigades of cavalry, about <'??Kt^0?* Th'? 'o"e left General Smith's front at Oztord on the evening of the 18th iost.t and made a rapid forced march to this city. They drove in our pickets, and dashed directly into the headquarters of Qen'l Washburne, who made a very narrow escape They then made a rush into Gen'l Bucklands headquarters, but he also succeeded in making his escape. They then attacked the Irving prison, but were repulsed by the guard there. They next visited the Gayoso House,expecting to capture General Hurlburt, but he was stop ping at a friend's bouse, and so the rebels did not succeed in getttlng possession of him. Our troops now attacked the rebels, and soon drove them from the city, killing about thirty and wounding about one hundred. The rebels captured thirty ol our men, and forty horses. Tley did not have time to obtain much plun der. Our loss in killed and wounded is about the same as that ol the rebels. Gen'l Wash burne is now carrying out a plan which it is expected will result in the capture of a large pcrtion of the attacking party. Later. Mkmpbis, Aug. 22.?The rebel raid In this city yesterday wa? a complete failure, and is so admitted by Gen. . Forrest. His intention was to capture Gen'l Washburne and other generals. Our troops being without leaders, the rebels carried of! some plunder, and captured quite a number of prisoners, including two officers and several clerks and telegraph operators. Nu merous acts of cruelty were perpetrated by the rebels. Among the wounded are Ool. Starr, of the 6th Illinois cavalry, and Lt. Irvin, of the 8th Iowa. The latter has since died. FROM POINT LOOKOUT. Rebel Attack en Our Outposts. Poiht Lookout, Md., August 23.?News has just come in from our outposts that Sergeant Major Wlnslow, of the 20th Veteran Reserve Corps, was killed in a skirmish, it is supposed with guerrillas. He, with five men, was sta tioned at or near Chaptico, in this county. The five men were also killed or captured, as they are misEing. It is supposed and reported here that a body of guerrillas, 30 strong, has crossed the Potomac, above St. Mary's inlet. A body of our cavalry has b-*en sent out In pursuit. THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY. Movements of the Enemy?The Rebels Falling Back. Baltimore, August 2?.?Reliable informa tion from the Upper Potomac shows that the report of the rebels having crossed into Mary land is incorrect. There was nothing beyond picket firing to-day. It Is believed by many that the rebels are falling back. ? The Crops and Harvest of Maine. Portland, Aug. 23.?Reports from reliable men in every county in the State, whose atten tion has been especially directed to inquiries concerning the state of the crops and the pros pect of the harvest, enable us to state with a good degree of confidence that the agricultural products of Maine this year will be abundant in regard to some crops more than an average and that in the aggregate Maine farmers, even at prices greatly reduced from those which now prevail, will receive a larger money com pensation than was ever realized by them in any one year. Peace Rumor. New York, Aug. 24, 3 p. m.?Rumors are current here and credited in the best financial circles that the Government has decided to send five commissioners to Richmond?three Rapublicans and two Democrats?to arrange the preliminaries for peace. It is also rumored that the commission is nowon its way to Rich mond. This rumor is said to have had a sen sible effect an the gold market, causing a de cline of some four per cent. fit there is any foundation for the above, it is^he first intimation we have had of it.?Ed.] A New Piratical Vessel Fitting Oat. New York, Aug. 24 ?By the arrival of the steamer Haze, from North Carolina, we learn that a new piratical steamer, one of a num ber, Is now in Wilmington,receivingherarma ment. She'is considered tne most formidable of them all. She will be the first to leave that port, if not already out. Important Arrest. Nbw York, Aug. 21.?The ship Victoria ar rived to-night. Franz Mr.ller, charged with the murder of Briggs, in the London railway carriage, was arrested on her arrival. Unsuccessful Search for the Tallahnssee. New York, Aug. 24 ?The frigate Susque hanna has returned from an unsuccessful search for the Tallahassee. FROM THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY. The Hagerstown Herald, of yesterday, says : lJy the arrival of parties from Shepherds town we have the following particulars of the fighing which occurred in the Valley on Sun day, the cannonading of which could be dis tinctly heard at this place, and which attracted large crowds of our citizens to the Dry Bridge and other comman llrg points near the town. The lighting took place on our right wing, near Berry vilie, in which the 6th corps was engaged with a large body of rebels. After a severe engagement of several hours, our troops succeeded in driving the rebels back about one mile and a half, with a loss to us of perhaps one hundred and flfty men in killed, wounded and missing. The rebel loss is estimated at between three and four hundred killed and wounded, and it was reported at Shepherdstown that we had captured some four hundred prisoners, but for the truth of this statement our informants were I unable to vouch. ; During the night, after the close of the engage- 1 ment, General Sheridau fell back a short dis tance and took up a stronger position. A letter in the New York Times, dated near Charlestown, 22d inst., speaking of the engage ment on Sunday,says: The intention of the rebel commander was evidently to gain the road to Martinsburg, and it is now known that most of liis infantry had been marching in the direction of Martinsburg all last night, and the attack of the moving column is only considered a feint on his part to gain time in order to cross the river. At any rate, his rear columns could be seen sweep ing past off to our light, and there can be no doubt that Martinsburg was their ultimate destination. Toward dark the firing ceased, and our army wa6 busily employed in throwing up breast works. The cavalry passed out of Charles town by the Martinsburg pike, and turned off to the right into the fields, where they bivou acked for the night. At this time it was evi dent that Gen.Sheridan purposed falling back on Bolivar Heights, for the supply trains and ammunition wagons were passing continually In the direction of Halltown. At ten o'clock the troops began to pass through Charlestown, and the scene as the dif ferent columns pushed on by the struggling moonlight was weird and exciting. Infantry scuttling along, artillery rambling by, and cavalry clattering on, the pattering of many feet* the glistening of mnsket barrels, tne dark and ghostlike cannon, tha white-topped wagons and ambulances, the clinking of sabers, and the quick snort of the houses, all combined to fill up a picture of exceeding interest and grandeur. The army now occnpy the heights near and on a line with Halltown, following the first of the three ranges of hills comprising the Heights of Bolivar. Our line is an exceedingly strong one, and it is to be hoped that the enemy will attack us in our present position. When 1 left Charlestown this morning at 5 o'clock skirmishing had been going on for some time, and it assumed formidable dimensions aa I cleared the town on my way to this place, A heavy*and constant dropping fire was kept up nntil 0 o'clock, bnt no shells were thrown by either side. Great disappointment by Union residents is expressed at the fallingback of our forces in the direction of Harper's Terry, and large num bers of refugees are this morning leaving this place by the daily train for Baltimore. From Winchester they went to Martinsburg, and vesterday they and the loyal citizens of that latter town harried Into Charlestown. honta* that they would be enabled to rSwEn atttt that near their homes; bnt last night theoo un fortunate gentlemen were compelled to oome to the Ferry, and seek safety stui further on, in Maryland and Pennsylvania, PUBLIC School#.?Editor Star ? Soma thm T?? "?o I obtained work in one of nubUc departments of this city. Miortly tner^r'? brought my wife and three children to W*?h logten, ana since that time hare sent two of my children to your public, or rather fret schools, whilst, owing to a little hameeiead i have in Massachusetts and the draft here, I claim residence or rather citizenship in said State. My income here ia 9900 per annum and free schooling for my children; whilst my for mer place of residence only yielded me 8425 income, ont of which I had the schooling to P*y of two children. i P to the present time I labored under the that Congress had endowed your u b7 ,iberal grants of land or a"d 'hat the corporation of yonr tn V me&ns- It recently has come Im J.fnniTh-i** 16,11 ?? the care, and 1 that the Federai*A? T?ry *r*atl5' astonished, tnat trie federal Qovernment has not largely endowed the public schools of a city where thS greater majority of the children of its em! ployees receive gratis, daily, lhe nf in struction This! consider decidedly un.usf" and wonder that your tax-payers submit to t so quietly. It appears to me that this frX school system is carried too far m a cltv lik* "Washington, having the limited resources which her sparse tax-list presents. Whilst I believe public monies can be applied to no better purpcses than those of education and improvements, nevertheless I fail to see the jusiice of your or any other corporation treas ury pay ing for the tuition of the children of psreLts lullyable to pay themselves for the schooling of their offspring?and particularly v here such parents are non-residents. Let us !o< k at some facts in the case. I find your enlightened and liberal minded City fathers set apart fully one-fifth of the whole annual income of the Corporation for school purposes. They wisely appropriate it, but the real burdan of paying this large sum falls upon your tax payers and business men. I would simply now ask howmany of the non-resident, cilhe holding and not (lraftabie heads of fami lies in this city, or, as it was once designated to me, ?< federal crumb-plate," are tax payers r Let your tax clerk answer. Now, I lurther ask, who send most children to your nublia schools, resident tax payers or noa-resident Qovernment employes f You will find, I am inclined to think, but little disparity iu the re spective number. Ergo, your tax payers par for the schooling of the children of your lion residents. Now this should not be, and I and other of your non-resident patrons of your public schools do not expect it of you. Or late years the public schools of this city have, through the exertions of your honorable Board of^enrteoand the competency of the teach "T* eoiujoyed, improved to such an extent that . ouryfre schools can compare, so far as they go, favorably with any private or public schools of the country. I, for one, wonld pre fer to send my children to yonr public school?, and were I even compelled to pay eqnally aa much as I would have to do at private schools. Tour esteemed Mayor, who. 1 understand, so modestly objects to having his name super sede that oi "Public" over the new school house in the Third District, appears ever ready to promote the interests ol education in the city wbereol he Is the honored chief magistrate, and only utters regrets that means are wanting to still further increase the efficiency of the public school system here. The corporate authorities seem disposed and anxious to co-operate in this commendable cans*, and I now suggest that, inasmuch as Congress seems to have forgotten you, among Its many other liberal gifts to wards promoting education in other sections of the country, parents who send children toyour free schools, and particularly such as are, strictly speaking, non-residents, should pav something towards relieving the Corporation irom additional expense. In order to main tain free education for the poor, I propose to grade this remuneration for benefits received about as follows: Each head of% family, whose Income is less than 8600 per annum according to the returns of the U. S. Assessor? Is to enjoy the privileges of the public schools for his or her children/ree of all expense. All heads of families whose income is oyer 8600 and under 81,000, 1 propose should pay, re gardless of the number ol children he or she may send to the Public Schools, the expense of schooling one child, and that, say at the low price of 825 per term of ten months. For every 8500 additional income, I propose the tuition of one child is to be paid for, so that for instance I, who expect to send three children to school, according to my Income will have to pay82> per year as the fee for tuition of one child and send my other two fr?e. My neighbor down street has an income of 81.&00 per annum, and sends also, three children, he has to pay for all three only 8<5 per year. My neighbor over the way with an income of 82,400 per annum, only sends one child to the Public Schools and pays for this privilege in addition to whatever tax is collected of him for school purposes, only 825. "Widow Smith may send six children free of all expense, &c. With the money thus raised ycru might ultimately build and sustain a high school, whereto even your wealthiest citizens might feel proud to send their children. 1 have written this article, Mr. Editor, with the sole view to draw out the opinions of more experi enced co-laborers in education, and with the hope that ultimately benefit may result to the cause generally, in a city where so much sin cere effort seems to pervade the corporate au thorities, as I find to be the case in Washing ton, whereof I hope some future day to become a permanent resident. S. F. Police Reports ? First PrecincL? J. B Maury, last driving over county bridge; *3 so John Club, threats; bail for peace Second Precinct?Goldsman Rass, threats and disorderly; 85.58. Daniel Buch, disorderly military. John Llttel, assault and battery - bail for court. Cecelia A. Eahart, disorderly1 workhuse. *'? Third Precinct.?Thomas Hazier, drunk; mil lta^ Aam?* Coleman' fugitive from justice, and Michael Casey, beating his wife; jail for court. Alfred Stone, highway robbery; iail for court. Chapman Dale, do.: do. Wm. Lee, disorderly; 83.44. Frank Robertson, do.; 85.44. Carrol Dailey, trespassing; dismissed. John Briscoe and John Harrod, disorderly; 85.50 each. Geo. McCallion, drunk; dismissed. Fourth Precinct ? Louis Habermold, d sorder ly; workhouse. Dennis Macaboy, do.; 82. J. Rodgers, larceny; dismissed. MacMcKechnie and Louis Extine, drunk; workhouse. Michl. O Day do. and disorderly; 82. Brian Mullany. do.; do. A.Hall, nuisance; 81.60. John Dor l?ttV?e.?r*2 Myers. Wm. Richardson, Chas. K.^^tjallagher, drunk and disorderly; 83.00 ? Frtcinct.?-John Slanter, grand larceny jail for court. Jos. Rltter, do.: dismissed. Joel L; max, do.; tor trial. Laac Bebee, disorderly; dismissed. Jos. Nolan, do.; 85.58. John Caj hon, do.; dismissed. John Casalays, do.; 81.5?. James Deal, do.; workhouse. Wm. Newton, assault and battery; bail for peace. Jos. Mur phy, drunk; dismissed. G. A. Clifford, do 81.58. Rob't Johnson, do.; dismissed. James bolan, assault and battery; bail for court, j W. Jellers, disorderly; military. Tenth Precinct.?Wm. Tburton, larceny; bail for court. John Rice and Mary Nutrell, drunk 82. Charles Jones, do.; dismissed. John Free! do. and disorderly; do. John Slaven, do.; do. George Shepherd, do.; do. Elizabeth Smith, do.; bail lor good behavior. Wm. Lacey, Kate McCormick, larceny; jail. Mary Sullivan, disorderly; 810. Mary Howard, do.; 83. Jas. Murphy, Abraham Godfrey, do.; dismissed. Laura Hilbert, do.; 82. Allen Harris, do.; do. Catharine Cnllen, do.; do. Susan Ford, do: 81. Benjamin Ford, do.: 85. Isabella Penny, Louisa Anderson, Jane Douglas, Blaflche Da vis, do.; 82 each. Margaretta Lee, Emily Stot, threats; bail for peace. Victoria Scott, drunk and disorderly; 812 56. Enoch Perry, receiv ing stolen goods; for hearing. Montz Usher, assault and battery; military. Wm. Johns, do ? dismissed. Andreas Beagley, drunk; do. Sale op Abandoned Property.?An unu sually large number of bidders were in attend ance at the sale of abandoned property to-day which took place under the direction of Mr. Wm. Silvey, special agent of the Treasury De partment. The property generally brought very good prices, and some articles in the shape of family relics commanded very high figures. Quite a number of persons were in attendance from the cities of Washington and Baltimore. The sale will be continued to morrow.?Alex. Journal, Auputt 24 th. Iff" A novel and curious instrument has been invented by M. Bryois. It is for the pur pose of taking short-hand notes with more than usual rapidity, it consists of a series of levers worked by keys like a piano, and acting on a set of types which impress themselves on astrip of paper that is gradually unrolled. Working only with oneffinger, an ordinary re porter can work as rapidly as the best short hand reporter, but by using the two hands the rapidity is increased immensely The consumption of horse flesh as an ar ticle of food is largely on the increase in Paris. An official retnrn recently published shows that the consignment of salted horse to the capital from the Department of the worth amounts to nearly 30,0U0 pounds w??*1! The vagabond daughter ot a vagabond family in Patterson, N. J- a few days ago kidnapped a little child, stripped it of its clothing, and then threw it In a well, and thus murdered It. The murderess (a^ed 13) has been arrested. ?7" Brignoli, the tenor, is defendant in i anit in a TJewYork court for non-fulfilment of a musical er|W'meBt. lie says be went upon the stage in i??? but refuses to tell what he did before that year. Win i?? the number of Germ in Methodists la the United States was three, with one trav eling preacher. Ia IMS they aamtered ?,(*?, with -33 traveling preachers, 334 churches, and 150 parsonages.

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