Newspaper of Evening Star, 9 Eylül 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated 9 Eylül 1864 Page 1
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?ltXM #tar. V2?. XXIV. WASHINGTON, D. C FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 9. lcS64. N?. 3.598 V? aaJ??SE-JJ-NTSl CANTERBURY HALL. MUSI? JCANTBBB?RY HALL.I AND BAL L?CABTBBB?BY HALL.{THEATBB LOCIBIABA AVBBVB. _______ .____ Near Comer ef Siseth street. Rear ef Nattonat ama Metropolitan Hotel?. _ _____ w B. CAVAB?roB-eR_n?t ???_? Louis 8soLLOsr-? ? ? -?~f~in_?_!_?? J?ii?i Ear?TA.Musical Director WMMINCBMBNT_OF_THB FALL AND WIN BNTIRILY NEW COMPANY. TBB LEADING ABTI8TBS IN THI PRQFES SION. In eeemenciag another se?s in, the Proprietor would beg mo?', reepi-ctfilly to inform he public of Washington and vicinity tbat N0PAIN8 WILL BB SPABBD ON HI8 PART in catering for the public taste, and tbat h?haa al ready effected engagements with PR0M1NBNT ABTI8TB3, who are will known in the business, and who will be broaght before the public iu RAPID SUCCESSION. To? succ?s? that baa attended tha CANTERBURY, under tbe preesnt management, stands UNBURPASSBn in THB HISrOBY OF THE AMERICAN STAGE. The public can rest assured that no ?tone will be I? ft unturned by th ?-present proprietor, to increase the popu arity and retain the prend title which the establishment has already won, viz : THE MOST POPULAR PLACE OP _-???_.__ AMUSEMENT IN WASHINGTON. where the patrons ean rest assured they will always find COMPORT AND BKSPECTABILITY COM BINED. THE GANTSRBUBY will always have THE BE.?? VOCALISTS. THE BEST ETHIOPEAN COMEDIANS, THE BEST DANCERS and the greatest variety ot performers of any place of amusement in Washington. "COMPARISON 18 THE SUBESr TEST." So compare our programme with tbat of any place of amusement in tin- city, ?nd you will find that THE LONGEST, ??? MOST YABIBD, AND THB MOST ATTBACTIVB of any place of amusement in the city. Maiarin said wisely, "Show ms the man that never laugfcs, and I'll show you a tit companion for th? beast? o f the Sold." ?A HEALTHFUL MIND 19 ALWAYS MIRTH. FUL " were th? last words of Gri oal i. And that Buch is the maxim of our first men now a day? may be seen in the fact of our M rchan4?. Bankers, Bro ker?, Editor? and Artisans, turning asid? from th? turmoil of ?very-day life, to REVIVB THE MIND. BNLIGBTEN THE HEART. BBOUPBBATB THE ENERGIES, BBFBB8H thk BRAIN, AND FEAST THE SOUL. THE GREAT CANTERBURY. EYBBY NIGHT THIS WEEK, Will inaugurate the PALL AND WINTEB SEASON STUPENDOUS COMBINATION. GR^CE. WIT AND BEAUTY. LBA'S NEW OKLEANS COMBINATION, LEA'8 NEW ORLEANS COMBINATION, LEAS NEW ORLEANS COMBINATION, LEA'S NEW ORLEANS COMBINATION, LEA S NBW ORLEANS COMBINATION, LEA'S NEW" ORLEANS COMBINATION, forming the LARGEST COMPANY OF ARTISTES LARGEST COMPANY OF ARTISTE8 LABGB8T COMPANY OF ARTISTES LARGEST COMPANY OF ARTISTBS ever seen in the Capital. NEABLY EVERY PERFORMER A BRIGHT PARTICULAR STAR. Thi? Great DRAMATIC, OPERATIC, PANTOMIMIC, ?nd TERP8ICUOREAN__ COMBINATION, i? composed of the following CONGBB8S OF ARTISTES: First week of the unrivalled Danseueea and En? ?hanting Beauties. Misses CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLEB, CLABA AND MILLIE FOWLEB, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER. CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER. CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLEB, CLABA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, who will have th? honor of appearing in the mag nificent Spanish Ballet Divertisement, arranged by Mons. Szullosy, entitled LA MAJA DB SBYILLA. Isabella, tbe belle of Sevilla?..Mie? Millie Powler Don Bazili??,a Spanish Priest?_ Mon/.. Szolloey Fernando_?-.?-?.Ella Wesner Antoine_.??-Mary Gardner Pablo_.Mis? Viola Felix-.-1--..Mary Coulson DANCES INCIDENTAL: Invitation Grotesque. Miss Milli? Fowler and Baler? de Cadis. M -?es Ella aud Mary Wesner. La Salero, Mis? Clara Fowler. Cachuca et Zapateado, Siisi Millie Fowler, all the characters,and the corps de ballet. THB BOQUET OF BEAUTY, consisting of SiAteen Young Ladies, TO NIGHT. DELEHANTY AND WABD, DELEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AN ? WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WABD, Th? acknowledged Champion Clog-Danccre of the Wi?rld. Wim AGNBS SUTHERLAND. AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNES 8UTHEBLAND, The Scottish Nightingale. The Burnt Cork Brigade i? under the sipervi ?ion of that Prince if Ethiopian Co?ediane, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MCLLIGAN. JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN. and embraces the names of some of the best per? sonatore of negro character now performing. MISS 8ALLIB SUN?EBLAND. MISS SALLIB 8UNDEBLAND, MISS S?LLIB SlNDBBLAND. MISS .-ALLIE SUNDEKLaND, The unrivalled Balladist and Operatic Vocalist. BILLY EMEBSON, The great Song ani-Dtnce Maa aud original "ACTIYB BOY " W. ? CAVANA',? The ever-popular Comedian aad ^-.-entric Vocalist J. J. DOUGHERTY, ? ?rsatile Act<?r and l'__*. uiimist. J H.TAYLOR. Negro Comedian and Banjuist. II W. WILLIAMS, Comecian aud Versatile Act r. SIG. HEXB1CO. Herculean Gymnast. JOHN BEBDEN, Negro Comedian and Jig Dancer. BOBERT HALL. Negro Delineator and Comedian. The wh? le forming an OVERWHELMING CONCENTRATION OF TALENT, all of whom will appear in a mat-moth entcrtaiu ment. A LAUGHABLE FARCE. A COMIC PANTOMIME, A CHARMING BALLET, A FUNNY AFTERPIECE, and a pleasing diyertiaament of tONGS, LANCES. ETHIOPIAN ECCENTRICI TIES, Ac , Ac. The first popular FALL MATINEE will take place on SATURDAY AFTEBNOON, SEPTEMBER 10. SATURDAY AFTBRNOON, JsAi'T-.MHKR IO, ATrRDAY AFTBRNOON, tsBPi EMBER lt>, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 10, ? ATLRDAY AFTERNOON, rEl'TEMBER 10, 8ATUBDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 10, whtna ?pecial inaugural will be presented,ar ranged exprei-s,y for LADIES AND FAMILIES. AAmlsetea ? ?? ????-- _to m Oreh?tra ._ ? ?v?vate Boa??, holding ?ix pereon?___. ? e? 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Apply to Capt. ?Jushman, on board Barge "M. Keaneay,*' at Ship- Yard. Alexandria, Vi.; ?r pkin, at Palmer?? Wharf, foot of 11th Tl??V _-7-"?"*_??_G ? ; ?rto ?1*>WWB A Bijwen, No. 1 King street. Alexen <na Va. au 25-tw* to Mr. Lanipkin, at Palmer'? Wharf, foot of'ilth ?treeW Washington.!) G ; orto Flo wens A Bowen,? No. 1 King ?treet. Alexan?tria Va. au 25-tw* MA N~U .? 'B. ~~ M ?7 S ?B?, _ M A H U R B. TH? BEBT "&5Sj^???VBB IN TH? saeanrniS^^ C^n. aVlo^s? ??? *- ? ?*?? * VESSELS WANTBD. ???aUB^^_d^_Sbti^or *? aoM-tf_JOHN PBTTIBONB A CO. SHOW CASES FOR 8ALB__-J0st received eight elegant OO?NTBB SHOW OASES by th? be.t 5E^WinJ??_L___*._ ***** te P. ?J. BELLE W A Co.. 510 7th etreet, three door?south of Odd Pel lo WS* Bau. iraa-tf - TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. THE CHICAGO MOMIlf ATION. Gen. McClellan'? Acceptance. LHTTKR OF THB ( OMM ITT-K. NEW York, Sept. e, 1864.?Maj. Gen. Geo. ?. McClellan.?Sit: The undersigned were ap pointed a committee by the National Demo cratic Convention, which met at Chicago on the 29th o? August, to advise you of your unan - imcus nomination by that body as the candi date of the Democratic party for President of the United States; and also to present to you a copy of the proceedings and resolutions of the convention. It gives us great pleasure to perform this duty, and to act as the representatives of tbat convention, whose deliberations were wit nessed by a vast assemblage of citizens, who attended and watched its proceedings with in? tense Interest. Be assured that those for whom we speak were animated with tbe most devoted and prayerful desire for tbe salvation of tbe Amer ican Union, and the preservation of the Con stitution of tbe United States, and that the ac complishment of these objects was the guiding and impelling motive m every mind. As we may be permitted to add, that tbeir purpose to maintain that Union is manifested in their selection as their candidate of one whose life has been devoted to its cause: while it is their earnest hope and confident belief tbat yonr election will restore to our eonntry union, peace and constitutional liberty. We have the honor to be your obedient ser vants. [SlOWBD BY THE COMMITTEE.] THE ACCBPTAWCB. Ora?(;b, N. J., Sept. 8, 1864.?Gentlemen: I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter informing me of my nomination, by the Democratic National Convention, re cently assembled at Chicago, as their candi date at the next election for President of the United States. lt is unnecessary for me to say to yon that this nomination comes to me unsought. I am happy to know that when tbe nomination was made, the record of my public life was kept in view. Tbe effect of long and varied service in the army during war and peace bas been to strengthen and nuke indelible in my mind and heart tbe love and reverence for the Union, Constitution, laws, and flag of our country, impressed upon me in early youth. Thtse feelings have thus far guided the course of my life, and must continue to do so to the end. The existence of more than one government over the region which once owned our flag is incompatible with the peace, the power, and the happiness of the people. Tbe preservation of our Union was the sole avowed object for which the war was com menced. It should have been conducted for tbat object only, and in accordance with those principles wbich I took occasion to declare when m active service. Thus conducted, the work of reconciliation would have been easy, and we might have reaped the benefits of our many victories on land and sea Tbe Union was originally formed by the ex ercise of a spirit of conciliation and compro mise. To restore and preserve it the same spirit must prevail in our councils and in the hearts of the people. The re-estahlisbment of the^Union in all Its Integrity is and must con tinue to be tbe indispensable condition in any settlement. So soon as it is clear, or even prob able, that onr present adversaries are ready for peace npon the basis of the Union, we should exhaust all tbe resources of statesmanship practiced by civilized nations and taught by the traditions of the American people, consistent witb the honor and interests of the country, to secure such peace, re-establish the Union, and guarantee for the future the constitutional rights of every State. The Union is the one condition of peace; we ask no more. Let me add what 1 doubt not was, although unexpressed, the sentiment of tbe convention, as it is of tbe people they represent, tbat when any one State is willing to return to tbe Union, it should be received at once, witb a full guar anty of all its constitutional rights. If a frank, earnest, and persistent effort to obtain tbese objects should fail, the responsi bility for ulterior consequences will fall npon those who remain in arms against the Union; but the Union must be preserved at all haz ard?. I could not look in the face of my gallant comrades of tbe army and navy, who have survived so many bloody battles, and tell them that their labors and tbe sacrifice of so many of our slain and wounded brethren had been in vain; that we had abandoned that Union for wbich we had so often periled oar lives. A vast majority"ol our people, whether In the army or navy or at home, would, as I would, hail with unbounded joy the penna. nent restoration of peace, on the basis of the Union, nnder the Constitution, without the e ilusi?n of another drop of blood. But no peace can be permanent withont union. As to tbe other subjects presented In tbe res olutions of the convention, I need only to say that 1 should seek In the Constitution of the United States, and tbe laws framed in accord ance therewith, tbe rule ol my duty and tbe limitation of executive power ; endeavor to re store economy in the public expenditures, re establish the supremacy of law, and, by the operation of a more vigorous nationality, re sume our commanding position among tbe nations of the earth. Tbe condition of our finances, tbe deprecia tion of tbe paper money, and the burden there by imposed on labor and capital, show the necessity of a return to a sound financial sys tem, while the rights of citi__ens and the rights of States, and tbe binding authority of law over President, army, and people, are subjects of not less vital importance iu war than in peace. Believing that the views here expressed are those of the convention and the people you represent, I accept tbe nomination. I realize the weight of tbe responsibility to be borne, should tbe people ratify your choice. Conscious of my own weakness, I can only seek fervently the guidance of the Ruler of the Universe, and, relying on His all-powerful aid, do my best to restore union and peace to a suffering people, and to establish and guard tbeir liberties and rights. I am, gentlemen, very respectfully, your obedient servant, G-bo. B. McClellan. Hon. Horatio Seymour, and others, Com mittee. _ SHERIDAN. The Situation Unchanged?Ambulance Trnin Recaptured. Baltimore, Sept. 8.?The American's spe cial correspondent, in a letter dated headquar ters, in the field, near Berrysville, Virginia, September 7, says : ?? In the hurried account wbich 1 sent of Saturday's engagementat Ber ry ville, I erroneously stated the number of our wounded at 300. From official returns It appears that our loss will not exceed 1U0 seri ously wounded and killed. The enemy's loss was very heavy. They are known to have lost tbree hundred in one brigade, and their to tal loss cannot fall short of 500. The rebel General Humphreys was mortally wounded, but escaped. The decided repulse and defeat of the enemy by frenerai Crook's command re flects great credit on Geni-ral Sheridan. Witb respect to the loss of the ambulance train, itap pears there was a sufficient guard furnished to prevent its capture, if a proper disposition had been made of them. They nave, however, all been recaptured with tbe exception of one. Tbe enemy are believed to be encamped In the vi cinity of Winchester. There has been no change in affairs here since my last dispatch." From New Orleans? Nbw Yobk, Sept s.?There is nothing later from Mobile, via New Orleans. Capt. Jewett, of tbe Metacomet, had exploded a torpedo on the sunken Nashville, partially blowing her to pieces. Another torpedo would soon finish her. Tbe Era says it has highly important intelli gence, but dots not print it, it being contra band. Cairo, Sept. 7.?Arrived, steamer Arthur, from New Orleans, on the 31st ult. The steamers Wbite Cloud and Henry were fired into on tbe-?Mil nit, by a rebel battery above Bay on Sara. Gen. McClellan aad the Presidency, Nbw York, Sept. 8.?Oen. McClellan has resigned his commission in the-army. The committee appointed at Chicago waited npon him to-day at his residence, on 3lst street, at noon. A private conference was held, bnt no official communication has been made public yet His letter of acceptance will probably bo published to-morrow. * * Wisconsin Congressional Nomination. Bacine, Sept. P.?The Republican Conven tion of tbe First District has nominated Gen. Hnrlbnt and E. Paine, ol Port Hudson me mory, for Congress. FROM ARKANSAS. Activity of tke Kn*_sy-Rc?9rted Captar? ef Laien Ganbeats. Cairo, Sept K-RepoTts reached Memphi? last Sunday tbat tbe gunboats Hastings and Naorakeag were csptured below Clarendon, White river, and Capt Rogers, of tbe latter, killed. It is also reported tbat another nun brat, name not given, was sunk at St. charles, snd tbat Duvall's Bluff was threatened by a. considerable force of rebel?. These reporta are confirmed through rebel sources from Helena. A cavalry force, nnder Oen. Mower, left Memphis a lew days since for the Wbite river, and an infantry force is understood to bo em barking for Duvall's Bluff. The Little Rock Democrat contains the par ticulars of a recent raid at Duvall's Muff, on tbe Little Rock railroad. Large quantities of Government hay were burned, otber property destroyed, and some damage to the railroad was inflicted. FROM 1UK SOUTHWEST. Wheeler Trying to Escape. Nashville, Sept. S.-The latest intelligent? from Gen 1 Rosseau is that he is dr?vins; Wheeler, who is trying to get across the Ten nessee. We have captured many prisoners and de sertions are frequent. The railroad between Nashville and Chatta nooga will be in running order to-morrow. VERMONT STATE ELECTION. The Opposition Badly Defeated. Mostfblibb, Sept. ?_Sixty-one towns ci-e> Smitb, for Governor, 12,903 majority; Redheld 4,352. Last rear the same towns gave Smith 11,0.0, and Redfleld 4,230. Smitb gains, on the vote of last year, 1,903, and Redfleld 102. Tbe?i * returns indica'e tbat Smith's (majority will b > from 5,i (Wi to '.j?mi greater than last year. Of the 100 representatives voted for, it Is reported that only s Democrats are elected. Farther From Mexico. Nbw York, Sept. 8.?The steamer Ariel? from New Orleans on the 1st, has arrived. Matair.oras advices state tbat a French force of marines had taken possession of Bagdad, at the mouth of the Rio Grande, and it was re ported that a large force of 1,510 landed farther up the river, where, it is stated, Cortina*? would attack them. Tennesiee Union Stnte Convention. Nashville, Sept. 8.?The Union State Con vention here has adjourned site di-?, it passed resolutions favoring the call of a Staio convention, and the immediate abolition of slavery. IH" All who believe that this is a wbite man's Government?that white men should rule it, and that a white man, no matter bow poor or how low his condition, if he lead a moral life, is as good as any negro in the land-? will vote for McClellan and Pendleton, on the white man's ticket.?Daily Newt, Sept. 6. The News has omitted just one word?we supply it, and thns perfect the paragraph :? All who believe this a white-feather man's Government ?that the white-feather men should rule it, and that a white-feather man, no matter how poor or bow low his condition, if he lead a moral life, is as good a_ any negro in tbe land?will vote for McClellan and Pen dleton. on tbe white-feather man's ticket.? Tribune. _ IJ"?" ? loyal woman has written an able paper on the crisis, in which she protests against kill ing off all the men. She says ?_ do not believe in fighting for the country aad flag to the last man; and it seems to me any man is an idiot who talks such nonsense. What would the country be to me or any other woman if mo ?last man' was gone." AM?SEMENTS. GROVER'S THEATER. Pennsylvania Avenue, nesr Willard's Hotel. Leonard Grover_?.?.Director. C. D. Hese_?_...Acting Manager. 8. H. Verney-?.Stage Menacer. Charlee Koppitz_.Musical Director. THIS (?RIDAT) EVENING. September 9, UM. BIN ?F IT OF MB. WM. WARREN. WARBEN COME DT COMBINATION, MB. WM. WARREN. MR. CHAS. BARBON. MISS JOSEPHINE ORTON. MISS EMILY MBST?YER, The performance will commence with THE B1RIOU8 FAMILY. Mr. Wm. Warren..-as?____.. Amiaadab Sleek. Miss Josephine Orton.. as.Widow Delruaine. Mr. Charles Barron_as. .Capt. Murphy Maguire Miss Emily Mestay?>r. as-.Lady Cream;-, To eonclnde with the new faree of DUNDUCK1RTT _. PICNIC. Mr. Peter Dun.uckertr?-Mr. William Warren. Letitia._- ~-~.Miss J ose phin? Orton, SATURDAY EVENING, SWEETHEART S AND WIVES. AND PARENTS _AMD GUARDIANS._ FORD? NEW THEATER. Tenth street, above Pennsylv ania avenue. JOHN T. FORD,-__. -Proprietor and Manager, (Also of Holliday Street Theater, Baltimore.) Stage Manager??._?Mr. John B. Wright Leader of Orchestra-.-Mr. W. Withers, jr. Treasurer.-.?.Mr. H. Clay Ford BENEFIT OF MRS. W. J. FLOBRNCE. THIS EVENING, SEPTEMBER 9, The Performance will commence with the Irish Comedy of IRISH ASSURANCE AND YANKEE MODESTY. To he followed by the Protean Barletta of THRICE MARRIED. To conclude with (by request, and for the last time) the RETURNED VOLUNTEER._ ODD FELLOWS' HALL. FOR THREE "NIGHTS ONLY. MONDAY, TUESDAYTaND WEDNESDAY, the 12th, 13th, and 14th instant. EXTRA ! EXTRA ! LATEST NEWS. R?, m ember HAMBUJER'S GRAND MAGICAL SOIREE ENTERTAINMENT. It is admitted that HE PERFORMS W0NDER8. You all saw the Bills. Look oat for tbe Hall. Admission, 25 cents; reserved seats. 50 cents. Doors open at 7; performance commence at 8 _sep 8-1 w* VARIETIES 1 VARIETIES! MUSIC HALL AND THEATER. (Fronting Penn'a avenu? and Ninth Street.) FIT-SIMMONS Proprietor and Stage Manager. Inaugurati?m of the Fall Season. Entire new Company. Th? very front and fountain of Mirth. Btars. Male and female Artistes of all kinds. Pret tiest Ladies?Sylphs of Grace. Paragons of Beauty. Mirth in abundance; Laughter in volleys; Grand Theatrical performance ; Brilliant Music Hall Show; New creating Great Excitement; Startling Dramatic History; Terrible and Shameful Crimi nal Acts: Heartless Male and Female Fiend??: Life, Death, Mystery, and Crime; Fitz Simulons' Truth Drama, witnessed by over 811,000 person?, entitled Seventh Street Dressmaker. The Union Martvr Girl; Battle of Pines; View of Richmond in the distance; C. 8. Treasury illuminated; Smithsonian Park at Sunset; View of the Long Bridge: The Burning Woman: The Arrow of Death; Washing ton City, Alexandria, Georgetown, and Navy Yard interested; the Whisky Smugglersof the Potomac; Gambling at Smithsonian Park; Secret Mysteries; Ac: Clerks of the War and Quartermaster's De Sartntent. Capitol, Treasury. Patent Office, Post ffice.Politicisns, end othwrsall interested. Every man, woman and child should see it. Also the Great Music Hall Show. The Comic Singer o? the World. Joe Warner; the Ethiopian Monarch. Billy Worrell; the Premeur Danseuse, Miss Julia Chris tine; the Pretty and Graceful Danseuses, Maggie Vernon and Fanny Farraro. Al?o,the following? artistes: Lethe Chandler. Maria Wells, Annie Gra ham, Annie Elluiore, Master Barry, ChaA McGuire, Wm. Frances, Wm. Harris, and the Star Company. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE, 7TH STREET DRESSMAK1R PLAYJD. Admission?15 and 50 cents; Boxes, ?5, se S-ttt* FIO NICS, EXCURSIONS, &c. NOTI C ?.-TheFourth Grand Ball of tho McCLELLAN SOCIAL CLUB sill be given oa MONDAY. September 21, at SEATON'? HALL, corner of 9th and D streets, for the benefit o fu ST. ANN'S INFANT ASYLUM. sept-til & ? HE FIRST GRAND BALL of the BUTCHER'S ASSOCIATION (of Navy-Yard> to be held a?. ODD FELLOWS' HALL, NAVY-YARD, on MONDAY EVENING, Sept 11,18M. Th? Committee pledge themselves to spar? no pains or expense to make this one of the <r__ pb-asantest Balls of the season. _fl Iec_ian g celebrated String Band has ?eenjt_9 engaged for the r.ccaiion. (*-__? Doors open at 8 o'clock. Dancing to commence ateo elocs. By order of th? Committee of Arraesemsnt?. Floor Managers.-?. Youn*. '? Orrton, J. Hai Ion, G. Orsbon. _ .. _.__.. Ballet Master-J. H. QreoB&el*. sep p-3t* PIC NIC-For the ben*at ef St. Matthew'? lu dir School, will ,'?Trh.-enVvGQn'7 esm Spring, Georgetown, on TUESDAY. Seat, ? 13, commencing at 10 a. ?? and closing at a Aa seasonable hour. |*?'UeA*__*bl!io9 ?>u- umWh si? has been engaged,'*" theeccaston. Omnibus-" ?M will run every half hou r for the conveyance of parti?? to the *?7?G wX tho terminus of tho railroad, cerner of High and Bridge streets. Tiekets of admission to the grounds. Gentle? men, ?eente: ladies, ?? cent? ; children, 15 conw. ??* 6-lw_? S .OWEN, _ ? see?*??r to __ ?? OWR1I A BON, _. ? J_*_?*A"T A** Ratai. il -.Pena, aveno?, between I4th an* MU ?tree??, ? WM-inttea.-t.O. mW?.

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