Newspaper of Evening Star, September 23, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 23, 1864 Page 1
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TOM?W ?WX, V?. XXIV. WASHINGTON, D. C. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23. 1864 N2. 3.6 10. ?J?USRinSNTS. CANTERBURY MALL. MLSiC JCANTBRBUBY HALL.I A*?g__ HAL LjCANTFRBUBY HALL, f THEATBB LonmiAVA ATlBD?. ?. ' ."???t Corntr ?/ Sixth htui, Htar tf IfetUnalund M?*ro90*ua? Houli. GsoAw? Lia_.-^Proprietor Louis StoLLoav-? ....-?-BalletMatter J. s Esputa-.Musical Director r.NPARALLBLED 8U0GBS6 or t?? POWERFUL AND TALBNTBD GOMPAHT. THE VARIETY THEATER OF THE PEOPLE THE MONSTER STAR COMPANY received with a perfect avalanche of applause. JOHN DKNIEB, JOHN DENIEE, JOHN DBNIER, JOHN DBNIER, JOHN DENIEE. THE AMERICAN BLONDIN, THB AMERICAN BLONDIN, THE AMERICAN BLONDIN, THE AMKUICAN BLONDIN, TUB AMERICAN BLONDIN, THE AMERICAN BLONDIN, the most artistic Gymnunt in ths world wBl p?r form his perform hi* perilous feat of WALKING A ROPE, WALKING A ROPE. WALKING A ROPB, WALKING A ROPE, WALKING A BOPE, WALKING A ROPB. atre tchel from the Stage to th? Gallery, a distance of ? ?* ' ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY FEET, ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY KSKT, ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY FBET, ONB KINDRED AND THIRTY ?BET, ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY FEBT, ?arryinga MAN ON HI8 BACK, MAN ON HIS BACK, MAN ON HIS HACK, MAN ON HIS BACK. WHEELING A BARROW, WHEELING A BARROW, WAEBLING A BARROW. WALKING BLINDFOLDED WALKING BLINDFOLDED, AND OTHER INCREDIBLE FEATS. Boeonl week of the two beauties, Minees MILLIE AND CLARA FOWLER, MILLIB AND CLARA FOWLER. MILLIE AND CLARA FOWLER, MILLIB AND CLARA FOWLER, MILLIB AND CLARA FOWLER, MILLIE AND CLARA FOWLER, who?? exquisite dancing has been pronounced the ?very Poetry of Motion They will be lupported in ibeir Terpsichorean efforts by the ENCHANTING CIRCLE, COMPRISING SIXTEEN YOUNG LADIES, ?whi will appear every night in the beautiful Bal lot L ivertisemeut, arranged by Mon?. Louis Szol Joey, entitled SICILIENNE VESPERS, MOILIBNNE VESPBH8, MC1LIKNN ? VESPERS, MC1LIBNNB VESPERS, BIOILIBNNB VESPERS, SICILIBNNE VESPERS, Also, first time of the elegant Character Dance, LB PI A I -I ER DB TYROL, LE t LAI-I KR DE TYROL, LE PLA18IER 1)? TYROL, by the Misses Fowler and Mons.SzolIosy. Firet appearance this season of the accomplished vocalist, JENNIE ENGLE. JENNIE ENGLE. First we? !t of D. W. COLLINS, D. W. COLLINS, D. W. COLLINS, the personator efthe great eccentricity, THE HAPPY OLD MAN. Return of the Ethiopian Monarch, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLICAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN. DELEHANTY AND WARD, DBLEHANTY AND WARD, DBLBHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD, the Champion Clog Dancer. DOUGHERTY, REDDBN, AND HALL, DOUGHKRTY, REDDEN, AND HALL, DOUGHERTY, REDDEN, AND HALL, m their eccentricities. W. B, CAVANAGH, W. B. CANANA?,H in new Comie Songs. The entire mammoth eompany of over ONB HUNDRED PERFORMERS. OHE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONB HUNDRED PERFORMBR8, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMER?, ONB HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS, ONE BUNDRED PBRFORMBR8, ONB HUNDRBD PERFORMERS, ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS. ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS. will also appear in a great and glorious bill, em bracing gems from the OPERA, DANCE. BURLESQUE, FARCE. DRAMA, AND PANTOMINB. CITIZENS, STRANGERS AND LOVERS OF THE DRAMA will be repaid by visiting ? THE GRBAT CANTBRBURY. REGULAR MATINBE FOR LADIE8, REGULAR MATINBE FOR LADIBfl. REGULAR MATINEE FOR LADIES. SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, BATURDAY AFTERNOON. PRICES OF ADMISSION. Paranette, Balcony, and Gallery-? 25 cents Orchestra chairs ...__.50 cents Reserved Orchestra seats.?.-.75 cents Lower Private Boxes, holding sit persons.... So* 00 Upper Balcony Boxes.. , $5 oo Single seats in Balcony Box....._$l 10 Private Boxes and Reserved Seats can bo secured f ?n 1U in the morning till 2 p. m. FRIDAY EVENING NBXT.8EPT. ?3 on whie BBNBFIT OF JOHN DBNIER, BBNBFIT OF JOHN DBNIBR, BENEFIT OF JOHN DBNIBR, BENEFIT OF JOHN DBNICR, BENEFIT OF JOHN DBNIER, h occasion he will make an S ASCENSION OUTBID ? THE CANTBRBURY, ASCENSION OUTSIDE- THE CANTERBURY aIoBNMON OUTSIDE THB CANTERBURY A8CBN8ION OUTSIDE THB CANTBRBURY ASCENSION OUTSIDE THE CANTERBURY to the opposite corner. including some fearf ol feat THE ASCENSION WILL TAKE PLACE BE FOR THE DOORS OPEN. . In rehearsel. a new local piece, written by W, B. ?avanagh, author of- The Bushwhaekers/' Ac, GOVERNMBNT CLERKS GOVERNMENT CLERKS GOVERNMENT CLERKS GOVERNMENT CLBRK8 GOVERNMBNT CLBBKS' GOVERNMBNT CLBRKBJ OK, THB RAID ON WASHINGTON. THE BAID ON WASHINGTON. THB RAID ON WASHINGTON, THB RAID ON WASHINGTON, ?HE RAID ON WASHINGTON, HE RAID ON WASHINGTON. 367 ?"SS* 367 J. T. ?I DWELL. RjOHASD HlUBIUOE. ? I DWELL A HENDERSON, No. 36T D street, asar Ninth. FraahUn Hall Building, Wonld respectfully inform their friends and th? public that they are now receiving their lai Stock of PAPERHANGIRG8 and WIMDOW SHADES. PAPER CURT A INS, PICTURE COEDS and TASSELS. A?. AH of the latest styles and at the lowest cash prices. All paper hang in the eity or country by expe rienced werkman, at short notice Remember the place. Mo. 367 D street, near Pth, entrauee on D street. ""' BW 367_?gJsSti_36T THB UNION FEMALE ACADEMY.-The flf teenth annual session of this institution will commence on the 6th of September, ISM. Circa Urs <>biaise* at the Academy, corner wth street and New York avenue. au is-eotm* ?m m iwmmm . * '?WM AMUSEMENTS. GROVER'S THEATER. Pennsylvania Avenne, near Will.irU'e Hotel. FRIDAY EVENING. B?ptember 23, FAREWELL BENEFIT, And last nisht bet one of th? Dril liant engncmont of the great Tragedienne, MADAME PONISI, and h?r 6rit and only appearance in her unequalled im ??reo nation ot LADY MACBETH. On MONDAY EVENING, September K, MR. AND MRS. BARNEY WILLIAMS. FURU'I NKW THEATER. Ttnth ttreeU above Pennsylvania avenue. JOHN T. EORD.-Propriet?r ?ad Manager (Aleo of Holliday Street Theater, Baltimore.) Sta?? Manager.^.Mr. John B. Wright Leader of Orchestra-.^..Mr. W. Wither?, jr. Treasurer...?..?.-.Mr. H. Clay Ford Laut night bnt one of th? engagement of the Popular ^?Wft? NOE. THT8 EVENING. K.vlULBKN MAVOURNSEN; Or, ST. PATRICKS EVE. Terrenee O'More. (a yonrg peasant in love with Kathleen).._Mr. W. J. Fliren?e To conclude with the Protean Comedietta entitled MISCHIEVOUS ANNIE. Tim Sonna?._~_ ? ?_Mr. W. J. Florence Annie Spruce (assuming five otlv-r characters, with conge and dances).Mrs W. J. Florence On Monday. Sept. 26, Maggie Mitchell will appear in her own unrivaled character of _FANCHON, THE CRICKET._ VARIETIES! VARIETIES! MUSIC HALL AND THEATER. (Fronting Penn'a avenue and Ninth Street.) FITZSIMM0N8 Proprietor and Stage Manager. DOUBLE MUSIC HALL AND THEATBICAL PERFORM ANCE, BY THE TRIPLE COMPANY. For this week only, THE DRAMATIC MIRROR OF LIFE. FitzMmmons' strange Drama, in two a<"te, DANGERS OF A DANCING GIRL; Or. TRIALS OF A DANSEUSE. The Home of the Dancer?The Phantom Mother? The Explosion in the Theater?The Blockade run ner's Den?The Abduction of the Danseuse?Death before Dishonor?The Duel by Torchlight. Also. DOUBLE MUSIC HALL SHOW. WKDENflDAY AFTERNOON, at 3 p. m., DAN GERS OF A DANCING GIRL LOOKOUT FOR FITZ8IMM0N8' BENEFIT. PIO NICS, EXCURSIONS, Ac, NO ? I C B.-The Fourth Grand Ball of the MeCLELLAN SOCIAL CLUB l* ill be given on MONDAY, October 3d, at SEATON'S HALL, corner of 9th and D streets, for the benefit of I_ ST. ANN'S IN FANT ASYLUM. sep9-til26* ? D ANCING ACADEMY A ?. J. R??SELL WILL OPEN HIS ACADEMY, AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL, Seventh street, between D and ? streets, ON MONDAY.BEPT. 26TH. Ladies, Misses, and Master's Glass,on MONDAY, and WEDNESDAY Afternoon, from two to five o'clock. Gentlemen's Class on the same evenings from seven to ten o'clock. For rarticulars call at the hall on days of tui tion. sep 17 eol2t ag his E? R. LABBB'S DANCING AGADE31Y. F. R. LABBE has the honor of informing his patrons and the public that in consequence of his not being able to obtain his room until November, lie is obliged to postpone thei commencement of his classes in WashingtonL_ until that time. Dae notice will be given in future advertisements of the exact time. sep 15 MARIN I'S FASHIONABLE DANCING ACADEMY, Temperance Hall, E street, between 3th and 10th. Prof. Marini begs leave to announce to his ?% Fat ron? and the public in general, that he ? '*MJ rysume kie usual cr uree of instruction #*M. en TUESDAY, Sept Joth. Ugflfc DAYS OP TUITION, For Ladies, Misses, and Masters, TUESDAY, THURSDAY and FRIDAY, from 3 to S p. m. Class for Gentlemen, every TUESDAY, THURS PAY and SATURDAY, from 8 to 10 p. m. For further particulars see circulars at Music Stores, or apply at the Academy during school hours._ sep5-2w* L GEORGE FORREST, ATE Quartermaster United States Army, Adjuste Officers, Ordnance, Quartermaster's, and Commissary's ACCOUNTS, 464 Tenth street, au24-lm* Washington, D. C. JAY COOKE fc CO., BANKERS, Fifteenth Street, opposite U. S. Trkascrt. Receive Subscriptions for the NEW iJ. S. 73-10 LOAN authorized by the act of June 30th, 1864. The notes will be issued under date of August lith, in denominations of 350, 8100, 9500, 91,000 and 95,000, payable to bearer or order, bearing interest at 7 3-10 per centum per annum, payable semi an nually, and will be convertible at the option of the holder at maturity into Biz per cent. Five Twenty Bonds. We bny and sell? GOVERNMENT BONDS of all issues. TRBA8URY NOTES. CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS, And COIN, And pay the highest price for QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATS CHECKS. Jy27-tf JAY COOKS A CO. J SCHOOL BOOKS. UST RECEIVED a full and complete stock of SCHOOL ROOKS, which we offer for sale at the lowest prices. Also a full stock of school requisites, embracing Slates, Slate and Lead Pencils, Blauk Books, Sta tionery, Ink, Pens, Rubber, Black Board and Slate Rubbers, Ac, Ac. WM. BALLANTYNB, sepo-lm_498 7th st., bet. D and E sts. NO D* ET. A Novel. By J. C. Jeaffre son. The 1 ngoldsby Legends, new edition, 2 vols. Religious Training of Children. By Catherine E Beecher. Wrong of eiaveryand Right of Emancipation. By Robert Dale Owen. Haunted Hearts. By the author of the " Lamp lighter." Seven Stories with Basement and Attie. Collins' Voyage down the Amoor. Hand Book for Travelers in Europe. Westminster Review for July. Woman's Philosophy of Woman. au 33_FRANCK TAYLOR. THB COPARTNERSHIP HEBETOFORS Ex isting between the undersigned, under the firm of JOHN J. BARNARD A CO., is this day dissolved by mutual consent. John J. Barnard will continue the business at the old stand. No. 146 Bridge street. All persons indebted to the firm will please make prompt payment to him. JOHN J. BARNARD, WM. H. DOUGAL. Georgetown, D. C, Sept. 1. 1*4. Bep5zw Lumber: lumberm lumber: We have on band a large stock ol . _ Lambir, which we offer for sale at the lowest market ratte for cash. All person? in want of lumber will do well to call on us before purchasing elhtwhere. WILLST A REDGRAVE. sep 14-et? Corner Uth st. and the canal. ? .1DWARD CLAEK? lumber dealer. Virginia avenue, between 9th and 10th eta., east, N*?r-Yard. . ___J___ A large stock of all kinds ef LCMB1B con stantly on hand at lowest market prices. sepS-lm* THB NEW YORK NEWSPAPERS FORWARD _ SD FROM NEW YORK DAILY, at greatly reduced prices.?Terms, for one year, (payable in S?TS?'?^?*0*.*"? Hjsrald. ?7, instead of SIO; Tri bene, V; Times,fi; World, $7: Daily News, ?L ,t??1?*.<???? ? Evening Express, fg.?. Address A.^OYOB, So. 62 west Seta street. New ? ora._u 6-3m H*eS?S? L?x,B ^?CAMPAIGNS OF GEN. McClellen; General MeOlellan's Report; Bar nard's Review of MeOlellan's Report; Language of Flowers, colored plates; Enoch Arden, by Tenny son; Christer'? Index; isep's Pabl.s i" French ???8_ERANOK TAYLOR. ?-Tg8 IS TOGIVB NOTICE, ThtTthe snbscri ber has obtained from the Orphan.' Court Af Washington county, in the District of Columbi?: Utters of admlnietratton W. ?.. on the personal estate of W. ? Crampton, late of Washington city! D. C., deeeaeed. All persons having claims against the said deeeaeed, are hereby warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, te the subscri ber, on or before the Bd day of August next; they may otherwise by law he excluded from eil benefit of the said estate. Given under my hand this Sd day of August, 186*! lauXlawSw] JOB SDWIN CRAMPTON. LIST OF LEITERS REMAINING IN THE WASHINGTON CITY POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1804. OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN THB PAPBB HAYING THB LARGB8T CIRCULATION. Free Delivery of Letters by Carriers at the residences of owcers may be secured by observing the f< Mowing Rules : 1. Direst letters plainly to the street and number of the house. 2. Head letters with the writer's fnll address, in cluding street and nnmber, and request answers to be addressed accordingly. ' 3. Letters to strasgere or transient visitors in a town or city, whose special address may be un known, should he 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 post-marking without interfering with the writing. Aresnest for the return of a letter to the writer if unclaimed within thirty days, or lees, written or firinted, with the writer's full address across the eft hand end of the ??^????. f?re side, will be complied with at usual prepaid r*?te of postage, payable when delivered to writer. LADIES' LIST. Asaton Mrs Fouke Mrs Ja'b Marks Mrs Levi Arawngut FrnesFitzgerald Mary Mitchel Nary A Aingle fanny ? lin ? Lucy MyerAnnaM Arthur Mrs J Forbs Mrs Moore Celia Albert Mrs G II Frazier Narcissa McCarthy Kate Allan Mary FurguersonCathNewton Mrs Gen NuR?ng Sarah Newton Maria Allen Mrs M D Forest Ada Allen Mrs M Frei Loise Anderson ElizB Gill Emily AckleyCath'e Grant Zepere Balrd Lucinda Crean Ellen Bures Mary C Gear Mrs Oapt Birch Julia Gear Mrs ? a BoyceCaroUeM Guy Annie E Brown Malvina Green Mrs HL Boyd Ssrah-2 Boyes Mrs ? ? Brues Fannie Brent Lina Pu?-!! Anna Baer Mrs A W Byers Annie ? Blain FAS George Mary E O'H&rra Ann O'Flynn Mary O'Neill Rebecca Or tun Miss J O'Connor Miss M A Ockell Mrs M W Osborne Mrs C H GreenwaidLe'aCPierce Isabella GibbonTeresaM Payne Mary Goodyear Lacy Pierce Mary E Godwin Mari? Payne Amelia C GardenerMrsRHPage Elizabeth Gatchel Susan A Price Rosa A Garner Emilys Palmer Annie Prickitt Rebecca Berry Mrs M Beali Miss A E Bewey Margt Brayton Mary Bennett Belle Butler Emeline Bell Martha Berdan Mary ? Butler Lucy J Lright Annie Perrott Minnie Pugh Mrs Jos 0 Prones Martha Potter Miss J ? I'adg.'tt Ann R Pe?rce Miss Parker Anna R Peterson M>ss A Ports Miss M V Ralto Christina Riii-y Catherine Rhodes Susan RyneJennie Rhodes Mary D Ross Ellen Ross Maria Robertson E A Bun. en Miss E Griffin Lucie F Beaner MrsFred Gregg Etta A BrownellFan'eC Gole Ge?rgie Boli-r Luticia Gibson Miss Bencen Era Grace Mrs E C Bradley Mrs Col Glut en Julia BrewsterMiu'aF Green Martha Botan Betsey Hawkins Aug A Pins Amelia Buttrbaugr J'e Hermantaatter Potter Mary E Brady Margt Ellen O Bennett Maria Haliday Anna Howe Miss L J H o ti ?? an Mary Hat:-; Ra hel Hall Harriet Hynes Margt Hall Salile HobbsSueE How Bitty Hwvt Laura M Howard Mrs EC Hacker Louisa Baker Miss M A Hawkins Abbey Reynolds Laura Bennet Harriet HaskinsMrsHM Ronenberry M A Brown Nora Hayward Emma Rainier MrsBenj BreretonSallie Hamilton Oen'a Reimburg Annie Brown Mary Hosmer Mary A Rantin Miss R ? 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Jno Wallace Jno W Wi'ison Jno W Wayland Jas H Wyatt Jas Weril Jere Wright Lt I ? Wright Jno WestbroOkO W Woods Leonard WjnwrWm Wells Geo E Whitney Capt L Worstorm W G Withers H C S!iklMTLeenard5*l^n ^? Weaver Henry S'l^J08 ??????, Works Henry Wood Mr Wemple Wm Young A Bro JMYou?* Henry W Urite Geo Toou. John-2 ZeUtor^ ^ $gff*? ' J LIME (LIME! UST ARRIVED and for sale, ljj?g barrels host Rockland wood burnt LIME. ?Atoo a cargo LATB8 '. J. 8ULLxTAN, sep 19-?? _eor. 9th and Canal streets. ean oe DougBvoB reaeenaoie terms. Baie tocios. ^.??.?^ Palmer's Wharf. ?notoMlth stroet", Washington. DO ; or to Flo wens A Bow? Ho. 1 fcing street, llexandria. Va. M ?d-Jw* TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FROM MISSOURI. Priff Advancing with 30,OOO Me.-pj.r, arate ef l ni en Perce?. St. Louis, Sept ?.?Col. Thompson, of th ? let low? cavalry, who bus just arrived in turn ?ity from Little Rock, Arkansas, saya :?It ta ?ndersiood that Price, with a force of 30,000 men, was near Little Rock, and it was sop posed was on the march to this .Steve. Laier Information states that 7,000 rebels were al ready in the State. Troops are en route to meet them, and a brigade from Morganxia had already arrived Treasury Not?. Fraudulently Obtained . New YOBK, Sept ? Twenty five seven - thirty per cent Treasury notes, the new issue, numbers 69 to 93, of one thousand dollars each, were fraudulently obtained to day from a bank; in Now York. Payment at maturity has been stopped at the Treasury Department, and deal ers aad others should guard against receiving Safety ?f the Ship Nicholas Biddle. Nsw York, Sept. A?The ship Nicholas Huidlo has arrived here from Calcutta. Sbe> is the veaeel erroneously supposed to have been destroyed by the Florida off the coast of Brazil. Gen? Cechraae Withdraws. ? aw York, Sept 22.?(Jen. John Oochran ?ublishes an address to the Democrat? of th > ? ?ted States, withdrawing his name from th? Cleveland ticket New Jersey Union State < onvention. Trxnton, N. J., Sept 32?The Union Stat ? Ccnrention met to-day and nominated elector , and adopted resolutions in favor of Line?la and Johnson. RAID ON THE RAP1DAN. The Object ( rowned with Saccese?Great Destractien ef Enemy's Property. A detachment of 300 men of the loth New York, and 50 men of the 13th New York car airy, under command of Colonel H. SI. Lazelle, commanding cavalry brigade, left camp at Falls Church at 3 a. m. on the 1: th, for the Rapidan, for the purpose of destroying a new and valuable bridge lately constructed over that river by the rebels, and which waa of immense value to them, as this line was the only route by which communication was kept up between Richmond and Culpeper, and it was on this road that the harvest aud plunder collected by tari y in the valley were dispatched to the rebel capital. The command moved through Fairfax coun to, and crossed Wolf Run Shoals the same night, and after a severe march bivouacked near Elk Run At 3 o'clock next morning took up the line of march; crossed the Rappahan nock at Kelly's Ford, capturing the enemy's vidette. Pushing forward through Stephens burg, the command reaehed and crossed the Fapidan at Raccoon Ford, and following the course of the river, reached and recressed it at Rapidan Station, where a charge through the village was made, capturing six prisoners, fully equipped. Here, as per information received, horses and mules belonging to the Confederate States Gov ernment to the number of two hundred, were found grazing. These were quietly got togeth er, and soon after the work of destroying the new and beautiful bridge commenced, under the supervision of Colonel Lazelle himself. In the meantime the mill, with five thousand bar rels of Hour, the telegraph office, the railroad depot, and other public buildings were con sumed. A large train was moving in our di rection, but seeing the smoke fr m the bridge. Ac, did not approach near enough to be cap tured. The werk of destruction complete, the command moved with the captured property to Culpeper, where it was met by the advance of Early'e corps, consisting of four thousand meu, six pieces of artillery, and two hundred, cavalry. During the march from the Rarddan to Cul peper, the enemy gradual.y pahered in our rear and harassed our rear guard considerably. McCloud's division, at Culpeper, opened with, great fury on our flank, with canister, grape, shell, and musketry. Colonel Lazelle marched his command in three parallel lines, and strnct the foot of Piney Mountain, where two regiments of infantry had been sent to cut off our retreat The advance was allowed to pass, and on the approach of the colnmn a terrific fire was opened by the rebel infantry on our line. Here Captain Lawrence Sealy, acting major, and Captain Brown of the 13th. -with their commands, charged on the rebel infantry with creai impetuosity ; the charge, however, was repulsed. Owing to the posi tion the rebels bad taken, itwas impossible to cross a swamp in their front. Captain Sealy again rallied his command and held the m key of the mountain" nnder a tremendous fire, and repulsed two cavalry charges, until the whole command had safely crossed and were out of danger. The column, after crossing the ford at the Rappahannock, kept leisurely on its way to ward camp. During the night we bivouacked near the ford. At 4 in the morning the com mand moved, and its rear guard, under Lient. Dotiert ?, commanding company M, when near Elk Run, was charged upon with great fury by White's battalion. Five minutes' sharp fighting and a counter charge from the rear guard put the enemy to the right about. Al though severely punished, he again and again returned to the attack. The sore disappoint ment of not being able to capture the whole command at Culpeper induced them to make the most desperate exertion to inflict every In jury on the daring little party who had come over one hundred miles into the very heart of the enemy's country, charged into the very midst of a brigade, and fought their way through, doing them much damage. This march and the damage that baa been done the enemy reflect great credit upon the officers and men of the gallant 16th New York cavalry. M. S. Cotton Goodh Coming Down.?The de cline in gold seme Urne linei ? ?;p?, started cotton goods on a downward course, which, the public will be harpy to learn hae not yet been arrested. There have been two large auction sales reported in the Express this week, and both of them went off at a heavy de cline from last week's rates, while the feeling ?'psterday afternoon was in favor of a still ower price at the next sale. Cotton goods cannot be manufactured at the current rates, but there are considerable stocks held on specu lation, and there le a general disposition to get ont, for fear that a crash may come. Whole sale dry goods merchants seem to be rivaline each other to see who can sell the lowest, and if the retailers will only find out the recent large decline in prices, the public will reap the benefit. The proper way to break np th? speculation in produce and merchandise is for consumers to buy no more than they actu ally want for Immediate use, and with the present want of confidence in values, our word for it, lower prices must rule.?W. Y. Express. SrrmsN Dbath.?Mr. DavidMumma,a well known butcher, residing on Britton street near Monument, was drafted from the Eighth ward and in consequence thereof became greatly ex cited. For some months past he has been suf fering from a painful disease, which somewhat prostrated his nervous system, and this, added to the excitement produced by his being draft ed, resulted in hie death at an early hour yes terday morning. The deceased was highly re spected by a wide circle of friends,?Bolt. Sun% 22d._ S7*A head of a family in Cnicago got jealous of his young and pretty wife. One evening; she was absent at 12 o'clock. The husband concluded to watch for her, and his watch was rewarded by seeing a man and woman In lov ing embrace on a seat in his grounds. Of course be supposed it was his wife; he rushed franticelly ont with a knife in his hand and came within an ace of plunging into the heart of hie servant maids lover. His wife had been attending s sick friend. ST" The further manufacture of 100-pound lead-coated shot for the Armstrong breech loaders has been stopped, as it is contemplated to convert the guns ima muzzle-loaders, firing non-leaded shot so soon as the t?-pounders now in process of conversion from breech loaders are finished. S3T There lives in Canada an old Datent woman who received at her marriage from her husband a paper of pins. All of these, with the exception of one or two, she has preserved for thirty years, using them constantly all the while. ST" A successful musical convention waa held last week at Gardner, Mass. The sing ers numbered more than ?i>o, and twice aa many membership tickets were sold. ST" The fleet attached to the Nevai School at Newport has returned from its summer cruise, with the exception of the Marblehead. The next term of the academy begins the first of October. ????Oovernor Smith, of Rbode Island, ha* issued his proclamation announcing the adop tion of the soldiers' voting amendment into fee? State constitution. sy A ? Wear your last winter overcoat club" bai been formed in Boston. Sixty to one hun dred dol?a? i? <"? Prioe o? overcoate in that city this ?IL s?t All the cotton mills on the Oheetnat Hil (tream in Windham county, Connecticut, bava itopped running, on account of the high rate >f cotton. ?er A political riot occurred In St Loma last .reek. Some soldiers attacked and dispersed a UoOlellau mass meeting. ST"Marriage bands Save been published in he ninth arrondlaement of Paris for Emile Srlanger and MUa SlidelJ.

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