14 Eylül 1864 Tarihli Evening Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1

14 Eylül 1864 tarihli Evening Star Gazetesi Sayfa 1
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V_l? irtni?ta /vW4/ ? ?as xxiv: WASHINGTON. D. C. WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1864. N2. 3.602. ????????? ??* LOAN. TiiiSTjsY Dsra?t????. J?1*"'J^u Netlee ;? hereby givea that ?abseripti??^' ,f"' be received by th? Treasurer of th? TJ?itsd States, the several Assistant Treasurers and Designated Depositories aid by tb? National Baak? designated Bad snalified aa Depo?itoriwand Fiaancial Agent?, far Treasury Note? payable thw? Jtmxt from August 15.1864, bearing inters?* a* tb? rat? ef seven and three-tenth? per cent, per annum, with temi annual coupons attached, payable in lawful Bieney. Tb??? not?? win b? convertible at th? ?ptioB bf th? bolder *t maturity, into ?i* pe_- Mnt. gold hearing b?nd?, redeemable after fl?e aud payable twenty year? from August 15, 1867 % Th? Not?? will b? issued is '4?? denominations of ifty. oae hundred, ?ve hn-^-^j one thousand and five tfcooeaad dollars, ar? ^n b# ?1Mra#d ?n bla__, ?rpayable to order, %t m%J b# directed by the sub sen bere. AU subscript* ?B Ulrt be ,or flfty dollar?, ar pom? multiply %f afty dollar?. Dopi ? cat ? sertificatse will be issued for all depoe It??? T_a party depositing must endorse apon th? trigtr.eil certificate thedenomination of cotes re paired, and whether they are to be issued in blank ?r payable to order. When so endorsed it must be Btftwithth? officer receiving tb? deposit, tob? forwarded to this Department. The notes will be tran?mitted to the owners fre? of transportation ehargee as ?oon after the receip of the original Certificate? of Deposit as they can b? prepared. Interest will be allowed to August 15 ea all deposit? made prior to that date, and will be paid ly th? Department upon receipt of th? original eartlneat??. Aetb? sotes draw interest from Augu?t 18, per aras making deposite rabseeaeBt to that date mnitt pay tu? interest aocrued from date ot note to date of deposit. Parties depositine twenty five thousand dollar? aad upwards for these notes at any one time will be allowed a commission of one-quarter of on? per ??at., which will be paid by this Department upon receipt of a bill for tb? amount, certified to by officer witb whom th? deposit was mad?. No deduction? for ?ommiasions mast b? mad? from the deposite. Offieers receiving deposits will see that the proper endorse en ts are made p pec the original certificates. ? AU officers authorised to receive deposita ar? requested to give to applicants all desired informa tion, aad afford every facility for making sub scriptions. W. P. FBS8ENDBN, Jy 36- tf Secretary of the Treasury. DISNTISTBY. QRBAL DISCOVERT IN DENTISTRY, Tk*?? ExtratUd mikenti^nim with tkt Mukritt tf Iwoald advla? ?? persons' having teeth to ex traet to call at Dr. LEWIE'S office,, - and have them taken out by this new) -_?-S-_*M8! 4V?cess. Also sail and* ?xamin? the Doctor's how and im proved method of Inserting Artiflcial Testh. If you once see the great Improvement in hia teeth ?t>*_ 5*5 ???? them In no other style than this new ???t*1?^? ???? -No? ?4SU Pa. avenue, between ltth aad uth streets. aoYM_8. B. LBWIB, M. D , Dentist. M TEETH. _? i_9S_?8' M D Lthe Inventor snd Pat?ate? of theMlNBRAL PLATE TEETH,at tends personally at his office in thlsi city Many persons can wear these'. Ueth who cannot wear others, and no person can wear other? who ?annoT wear the??. Persone calling at my offioe can b* accommodated With any styl? and price or Teeth they may desire, but to th oh who are particular and wish the purest, ?leanest, strongest, and most perfeet denture thai art can produce, th? MINBRAit FLATI will be mar? fully warranted. Boom? in this city?No338 Pennsylvania avenus between 9th and 10th Street?. Also, 90T Areh st? Philadelphia._ marl-ly TRAVELERS' PIBECTOBY. OAPB MAT. Y RAILROAD FROM PHILADELPHIA FROM WALNUT STREBT PIEB,| VIA WEST JRBSJT RAIL-, At ? ?. m., accommodation due at ?? a. m. At M)a. m., express due at 13. p. m. At 4-, a. m.. express due at 8 p. ra. Returning, leave Cape May fi a. m. express due at9*. a. m. 11.45 accommodation due at 4). p. ?I. e.10 p. m. express due at 8X p.m. _ Through withoat change of ears or baggag?. New ears, and everything firstr?lass. ?_,_.? le 20 3m_J. Y AN RBN88ELABR. Bupt. HALT-MORIS AND OHIO RAILROAD. On and after Sunday, June 19th. 1864, Dally Traini will be run between Washington and New York and Washington and the West, as follows : FOB PHILADELPHIA, NEW YOBK AND BOSTON. Leave Washington at 7.30 a. m., 11.15 a.m., and I.Si? p. m. daily, except Sunday, On Sunday at 8.30 p. m. only. ____ ??,. FOR BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA. Leave Washington at 3pm. daily, except Bua? Vassengers will not? that this train runs as Car as Philadelphia exdy. FOB NEW YORE. Leave Waehlngtoa daily at ?? p. m. . This train is for Nett York passtnrers sxclusivtly. FOR BALTIMORE. Leave Washington at ..SO a. m.,11.15 a. m.,3p. m . 4.4.P. m.,7.20 p. m , and 8.30 p. m. except Sun ?*7? __ Oa Sunday et 7.30 a. m .S p. m., and 8 SO p. m, FOR ALL PARTE OF THE WEST. Leave Washington at ?.S" a. m. and 3,4.45 and 8.30 .m. daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at 3 and 8.30 p. m Tickets sold to all points WEST, and baggagt tktektd tkrougk. FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave Washington at 6.30 a. m. and 4.41 p. m. daily, except Sunday. No train tor Annapolis on Sunday. Train? leaving Washington at 7.30 a. m. and 6.30 p. m. go through to New York without ckangt df cars. Sleeping car? on 6.3>> and 8.3" p. m. trains. Bertha can be secured until ? p. m. daily at the ticket of fice. After that hour they must be secured of th? sleeping car conductor. Tbe first and fifth train? stop at all way points. Tbe 3 p. m. train stops only at Bladensburg, Beltsville. Laurel. Annapolis Junction and Relay House daily, except Sunday. On Sunday it atop? at all way points. PARTICULAR NOTICE. Passengers will pleas? observe that the 3 p.m. train rune only as far as Philadelphia daily, except Sunday. On8unday it runs to Baltimore only. Also, that tb? 6.30p. m. train takes Ntvt York passengers only. For further Information, ticket? of any kind, Ac, apply to GEO. S. ROONTZ, Agent at Wash ington, or at the Ticket Office. W. P. 8MITH, Master of Traneportatloa. . COLE. OeneraiPTicket Agent. Je-O-tf G M REAT P1NNBYLVANIA ROUTE TOTBB NORTHWEST AN JJ SO?THWX?T. ON AND AND AFTER NOVEMBER 1?TH trains will leave Baltimor? from th? North Cal vert Station as follows: __ Fast Mail at-v__s- ? " A? M. Harriiburg Accommodation-3.00 Y, M. Lifhtaing Express-4L30 P. M. THB 6.30 A. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON connect? with the?.?) a. m. train from Baltimore for Pittsburg ami the West.aad for Elmira,Baff? alo, Rochester. Dunkirk, Cheandaigua, aad Mi agara Falls, and for New York city. THE 7.80 P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON connects with th? 9.30 p. m. train from Balti mor? for BImira and th? North and Pittsburg aad th? W?st. _ SLEEPING CARS ?? NIGHT TRAINS. Soldisbs' Ticxsts at Govsaa-aBT Rath. ONB THROUGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY. LOW FARI AND QUICK TIMI. ay for ticket? aad any information appi? at th? offic? of th? Great Pennsylvania Rout?, corner Penn aveau? and <th street, ander National Hotel, Washington. J. N. DUBARRY. Superintendent;ff. O. R. R. 1. J. WILKINB, _ P??? and Ticket Agent, ?or. ?th st aad y? *~tf Penn. svena?. ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE. FOBAOBABoRivsaTaAnsroaT.Tioi? _ 8SVBBTH StbBBT Wgi.t Washibgtqs.D. c, August ?, 18*4. CIRCULAR. In accordance with instructions from Brigadier Cenerai D. H. Rucker, Chief Quartermaster, De pot of Washington, I have placed schooner? at Lpperaad Lower Cedar Pointa, in the position? occupied by tke light boats, previous to their de struction by the rebels. From ?aaset until sunrise a light will be swang from each of the schooners. The reason given by S??.*?!"'?' ???sals, chartered and owned by the United State? QearUrmaiter Department, for ?eajring in tbe Petomac river at night, waa, that they feared that they would run their resasi? agronnd if they attempted to run past tb? shoals ?ft-?/ dark. Th? lampe placed on the ?choonera will giv? a light sufficintly strong to ?nable all pilot* Upas? up and down the river with safety, provided th?y govern themselves by tb? oharU provided byUnlud State? Coast Survey. From and after this daU.no vessel propelled by steam will be allowed to anchor, excepting la !_?___?_-?!?5.???__? TS****th? i?" of th? y?s??! or eargo might be endangered. All maaUrs of vessel? are directed to report any BegUct'on the partof the parti*? on board ef the light Mhooa??, in not keeping their lights burn ing at all hour? of tb? night. A copy of this circular will be kept potted in the filot bouse of every vessel owned and charter?*! y tb? Government, plying on tk? Potomac rive _?. S. ALLBN. _au _P32t_Capt. aad A. Q. M THE MERCHANT'S AND BAN RERE ALMA _PERSONAL?._ LADIES. ATTENTION-PLAIN BBWING done with neatness and despatch by Mrs. POLLBR, No. 5*0 7th etreet. Island. Particular attention to Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children's under gar ment*. Machine stitching don? attive cinte per yard._an22-lm* MADAM MARSHA, late from a northern eity, would inform the public that she has token up her residence at No. 403 ? street, between 9th aad ? th. Is prepared to read the past aud foretell future events._au 22- Im* CAUTION.- To all whom it may Concern-Mi persons are hereby cautioned against filling half-pint porter and mineral water Bottle? marked withi.be names of "R. A. 8hinn,v and "Amy A ? h inn, ' as all who are found so offending will be ? rosecuted to the utmost extent of the law "pro viding against the improper us? ef trad? marks, Ac." I would also notify my customers that payment will b?j exacted for all bottles lost by them after this date. RILEY A. BHINN, Union Bottling Depot, 67 Greene st., AnglS. 1864. Iau 19 im) Georgetown, D. 0. S. T.?18??.??. Persons of sedentary habit? troubled with weak B? s, lassitude, 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 BITTERB, which are now recommended by the highest medi cal authorities, and warranted to produce an im mediate beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pure, and must supersede all other tonic? where a healthy, gentle Stimulantia required. They parify, strengten and invigorate. They create a healthy appetite. They are an antidoto to a change of water and diet. They overcome effects of dissipation and late hour?. They strengthen the eystom and enliven the mind. They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach. Tbey cur? Dyspepsia and Constipation, They cur? Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera Morbus. Tbey cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head ache. They make the weaa strong, th? languid bril iant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer. They are composed of the celebrated Calisaya bark, win tergreen, sassafras, roots and herbs, all preserved in perfectly pure St. Croix rum. For particulars, see circulars and testimonials around ?ach bottle. Beware of imposters. Examine every bottle. Bee that it has D. S. Barnes' signature oa 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 net refilled with spurious and deleterious stuff. We defy any person to match the taste or character of our goods. Any person pretending to sell Plantation Bitters by tb? gallon or in bulk, is an impostori We sell only in our log cabin bottle. Any person imitating this bottle, or selling any other material therein, whether called Plantation Bitters or not, is a criminal under the U. S. Law, and will be so prosecuted by us. We already have our eye on two parties re-filling our bottles, Ac, wbo will succeed in getting themselves into close quarters. The demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters from ladies, clergy icen, merchants, Ac, is perfectly incredible The simple trial of a bottle is the evidence we pre sent of their worth and superiority. They are sold by all respeetable druggists, grocers, physicians, hotels, saloons, steamboats and country stores, P. H. DRAKE A CO., aug2 eo3m -202 BROADWAY, N. Y. AQG CHOICB STOCK A.flR fit.? INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. ?86 486 PAPEBHANGINGS. 4?? A select and varied s och of Gilt, Medium and low priced Paperhangings, Borders, Statue?, Cen ? Piece?, Ac. WINDOW SHADES. Buff, Green, Chocolate, Brown snd Gilt Window Shade?, a variety of patterns; Shade fixtures. Tassels. Ac PICTURE CORD AND TASSELS. Bilk end Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, dif ferent sizes and color?, a beautiful assortment; Picture Ring?, Nails, Ae. OVAL PICTURE FRAMES. The largest assortment of Oval Frames in tb? District, warranted to be gilded with gold leaf; also, a variety of Dark Wood Frames, with a va ried stock of small-sited Oval and Carte de Visite Frames. ENGRAVINGS AND PAINTINGS A few choice Engravings and Paintings'always In store. Order? for Paperhanglnc and Window Shade? punctually attended to m city or county. Terms cash f?r good? or labor. J. MARRRITER, ' No. 4?6 Seventh street, Jy 7-tSl* Sight Doors above Odd Fellows' Hall. . W. BOT SLER. JNO. W. BOTELBR C. W. HOTELER A SON, IBFOBTBRg, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IB CHINA, GLASS AND CROCKERY WARE, TABLE CUTLERY, SILVER-PLATED WAR!, BRITANNIA WARE, BLOCK TIN GOODS, TIN CHAMBER 8ET8, COAL OIL LAMPS, JAPANNED WAITERS, DOOR MATTS, f EATHXR DUSTERS. BRUSHES, WOOD WARE, AND HOI BBKEBPING ARTICLS8 GENERALLY. BftT HOUSES, HOTELS, AND STEAMBOATS FCRNIBHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 318 IRON HALL, PENNSYLVANIA AVENU!. _________ between 9th and loth sts DOOTB AND SHOEf ?? 8UIT THB TIMES. W? ai? bow manufacturing all hind? of BOOTS heretofore charged in this city for much Inferior astici ?a. ? err-on? iu want of BOOTS and SHOES of Bastera or City made work, will always find a good assort ment in store and at the lowest price?. Give us a call. ??1???? A BROTHER, ' ap 8-tf_314 Penn. avenus. HILLABD'S LIFE ANDCAMPAIGN8 OF GEN. McClellan; General McCleilan's Report; Bar nard's Review of McClellan'? Report; Language of Flower?, colored piato?- Enoch Arden, by Tenny son : Chritter's Index; Beep's Fables in French. ?cp8 FRANCK TAYLOR. AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL. MUSIC 1 CANTERBURY HALL,! AND BAL L?CANTERBCRY HALL.(THEATER LODiaiABA AVBBUB, ? tar Corner of Sixth street. Rear of National and Metropolitan Hotels. Geo bob Lba.?? .? __ . ? Proprietor W. E. CAVANAUon ??.-Stag. Manager Louis Seqllqst?..^>._.? Ballet Master Jens Esputa_~?.Musical Director 8EC0ND WEER OF THE FALL AND WIN TER SEASON. THE PEOPLE'S TEMPLE OF AMUSEMENT. BOUSES LITERALLY PACKED. PRESENTING NIGHTLY the greatest combination of GENIUB. NOVELTY AND MERIT ever presented to a DISCRIMINATING AND DELIGHTED PUB LIC. PAYING THB LARGEST SALARIBS ETER KNOWN HISTORY OF THE STAGS, Sparing no expense, time or labor, but elevating all its energies into tbe great object?that of pro ducing AN ENTERTAINMENT WITHOUT A PARALLEL IN THE CHRONICLES OF AMUSEMENT. ITS SUCCESS IS AN ESTABLISHED FACT. LESS ENTERPRISING MANAGERS ENVY IT. THB PRESS PRAI8E IT. The whole world talk of the GREAT CANTERBURY, and s stream of currency tlows into its coffers. NOBLY 8U8TAINED BY THB PEOPLE, TUB CANTERBURY pursues its onward course. Like the great Ship of ?tate, ITS TRIUMPH 18 BURE. THE CANTERBURY has the largest and best concentration of genius ever see? er heard of. THE MOST SPLENDID BALLETS, THE MOST GORGEOUS SPECTACLES, THE M08T BRILLIANT PANTOMIMES, THE MOST HUMOROUS FARCES, THE MOST EXTRAVAGANT BURLESQUES, THE MOST DELIGHTFUL BALLADS, THE MOST LAUGHABLE SKETCHES, THE MOST PLEASING SONGS, THE MOST VARIED ENTERTAINMENT; in short, the moet NOVEL, ATTRACTIVE, AND ORIGINAL EN TERTAINMENT that can possibly be procured by the lavish ex penditure ef money EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK AN OVERWHELMING BILL OF ATTRACTION, including many valuable additions to the already MASSIVE ARRAY OF TALENT. First appearance of the most DARING GYMNAST IN THE WORLD, DARING GYMNAST IN TUB WORLD] DARING GYMNAST IN THE WORLD, DARING GYMNAST IN THK WORLD, DARING GYMNAST I\ THE Wi'RLD! DARIRG GYMNAST IN THK WORLD, MR. JOHN DENIER, MR. JOHN DENIER, MR. JOHN DENIER, MR. JOHN DENIER, who will perform for tbe first time here his peril ous Feat entitled THE CATARACT ASCENSION. THK CATARACT A8CKNS?ON. THK CATARACT ASCENSION. THE CATARACT ASCENSION. Second week of the brilliant engagement of the Terpsich.r.an Artistee and ENCHANTING BKAUTIES, KNCHANTING BEAUTIES, ENCHANTING BEAUTIES, ??Cj Qf-*offifl CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER. CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER. CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, whose exquihite dancing has created the most lively S'-n.-ntion, the spacioua Hall being CROWDED NIGHTLY by appreciative and discriminating audiences, and f bouts of applause and admiration elicited. They will have the honor to appear to-night in an en tirely new and beautiful Swiss Ballet Divertise ment. arranged especially for them by the cele brated Maitre de Ballet, MON8. SZOLLOS8Y, en titled NATHALIE, NATHALIE, NATHALIE, THE PRETTY MILKMAID OF SWITZERLAND Nathalie?.-.-.Mie? Millie Fowler Alfred, her brother-?. Mone. Louis Szolloe-?y Other characters by the entire FAMOUS COURT OF BEAUTY, composed of the following ladies: ELLA WESNER, MARY WESNER, LIZZIE WESNER, MARY COULSON, LEONORA CREED, MAGGIE WILSON, M'LLE VIOLA, in their Terpeichorean efforts. Second week of DELEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD, DELEHANTY AND WARD, the Champion Clog-Dancers of the World. Also, of BILLY EMERSON, BILLY EMERSON, the ?rest 8ong and-Dance Man aad original Afri can Cure. First time bere of the Funny Pantomime, THE COOPERS. THE COOPERS. THE COOPBRS. Dako, the apprentice-._W. B. Cavana?h Bidden?. the cooper.?.J. J. Dougherty P.tro, the lover-,_.J Ward Calami lie. the doctor.,.._../ Redden Minette.the cooper '? daughter_Mise MsryGardner Also, first representation here of Charley White's eide.gpiitting Ethiopian Farce, entitled THB RLAOK SHOEMAKER. A NEW PANTOMIME, A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL BALLET, A NEW FARCE, NEW DABCE8, NEW BURLESQUE8, NBW SONGS. NEW EVERYTHING, BY THE GREAT CANTERHURY CONSOLIDATION COMPANY, comprising the most CHARMING LADIES and tbe most TALENTED GENTLEMEN on the Concert Hall Stage. Ladies, remember the 8ECOND POPULAR FALL MATINE1 POPULAR FALL MATINEE POPULAR FALL MATINgR POPULAR FALL MATINEE takes place on SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER IT, sir. BATI when a grand bill will be presented, expressly suited to our Lady Patrons. PRICES OF ADMISSION. Parquette, Balcony, and Gallery ....-?a cents Orchestra ohairs??~.?- M cents Reserved Orchestre seats ... ?.-_^?. 76 cents Lower Private Boxes, holding six persons_?fci 0> Upper Balcony Boxes...? ?.?.?. S3 itf) Single seats in Balcony Box.... .....^^.tj M Private Boxea and Reaerved Seats can be secured from 10 in the morning till 2 p. m. AM?SEMENTS. GROVER'S THEATER. Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard's Hotel. Leonard G rover_?_.._?.Director 0. D. Hess?.?_. .Acting Manag? r. S. H. Verney. ~__..Stage Manager. Charles Koppit?__..Musical Director. WEDNESDAY EVENING. Sept. 13. Last Night positively but three of the extremely successful engagement of the WARREN COMEDY COMBINATION. MR. WM. WARREN, MISS JOSEPHINE ORTON, MR. CHAS BARRON, MIS8 EMILY MR8TAYER. KOPPITZ-S GRAND ORCHESTRA, In several New and Beautiful Selection? to-night, Last time positively of the Elegant Standard Comedy, with its splendid cast of characters, THE SCHOOL FOR SCANDAL. FRIDAY EVENING. 8??t. 16, EAREW1LL BENEFIT Of the Beaut i ful and Ace ?mplished Young Actress, _ . MISS JOSEPHINE ORTON. On MONDAY, Sept. 19. the C-l-brated Tragedienne _MADAME PONiei._ FORD'S NEW THEATER. Tenth street, above Pennsylvania 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 THIS EVENING, SEPTEMBER 11, Will be presented the beautiful drama of SHANDY MAGUIRE. To conclude with the Comedy of IRISH ASSURANCE AND YANKEE MODESTY. Pricks of Admissiob.?Dress Circle, IO eente; Family Circle, 25 cent?; Orchestra Chairs, 75 cent?; Private Boxes fin and &>; Secured seats 25 cents extra. Curtain rises at 8 o'clock._ VARIETIES! VARIETIES! MUSIC HALL AND THEATER. {Fronting Penn'a avenue and Ninth Street.) FITZ8IMMON8 Proprietor and Suge Manager. Remember tonight the Great Show?Every Per son?All Calling? Interested?Double Bill to night?The Great Drama and the New Com pany?Also, a full Music Hall 8h?w ! FEMALE PICKPOCKET OF WASHINGTON, HIGH AND LOW LIFE IN THE CAPITAL CITY ! Characters bv the Dramatic Company?Over Bixty persons. Men and Women, Depicting Life in this city?All the Pretty Dancing Girls ! All tbe Ethiopian Comedians ! WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON PERFORMAN CE FEMALE PICKPOCKET, For Ladies and Children._sep 12-lw* ODD FELLOWS' HALL. FOR THREE "NIGHTS ONLY. MONDAY, TUESDAY^~AND WEDNESDAY, tbe 12th. 13th, and 14th instant. EXTRA! EXTRA! LATEST NEW8. Remember HAMBUJER'S GRAND MAGICAL SOIREE EN TBRTAIDN MEN T. It is admitted that HE PERFORMS WONDERS. You all saw the Bills. Look out for the Hall. Admission, 25 cents; reserved seats. 50 cents. Door? open at 7; performance commence at 8 p.m. sep8-lw* A PIO NICS, EXCURSIONS, Ac. DEMEMBER THE HERO OF SUMTER1 THE ANDERBON BOY8 IN THE FIELD! AGAIN.-TBE MEMBERS OK THE AN I_ DER80N CLUB take great (pleasure in announc ing to their friends and the public in general, that tbey intend giving their eleventh grand Ball, at the Temperance Hall. E street, bet. 9th and lnth s-.reet on Wednesday, Oct. 6th 185f. For particu lar? see future advertisements._?ep 11-2f FOR ENJOYMENT go to th? *a THIRD GRAND PIC-NIC jjl g. of the AWKWARD CLUB._ Which will be given at the Washington Park, 7th street, on THURSDAY, SEPT. 15th, 1864. Ik man's Celebrated string Band has been en gaged for the occasion. No disreputable persons allowed on the grounds. Committee of Arrangements. R. King, J. Home-. A. Bishop, W. Sheets. C. Fletcher, Ballet Master._aepl2 4t* THE INDEPENDENT SOCIALS IN TUB FIELD AGAIN. Themembers of the INDEPENDENT SO CIALS take great pleasure in announcing to ? their friends and public that they will givej their third GRAND AFTERNOON AND EVENING PIC-NIC at the WASHINGTON G ARK, 7TII STREET, on WEDNESDAY, Sept. 14,13^. Committee, of Arrangements. R. B. Reed, G. W. Gladmon. C. W. Tenly, M. W. Leese, b. H. Stewart, J.W.Healy. sep in- 4t*_ NO ? I C E.?The Fourth Grand Bull of the McCLKLLAN SOCIAL CLUB will be given on MON DAY, September 2?j, at SEATON'S HALL. corner of 9th and D street?, for the benefit oft_ ST. ANN'S INFANT ASYLUM. sep9-til26 ilia a _ L GEORGE FORREST, ATE Quartermaster United States Army, Adjusts Officers, Ordnance, Quartermaster's, aud Commissary? ACCOUNTS, 464 Tenth street, an 241m*_Washington, D. 0, JAY COOKE tt CO., BANKERS, Fifteenth Strket, opposit? U. 8. TanAS-ur, Receive Subscriptions for the NEW O. S. 73-10 LOAN authorized by the act of June 90th, 1364. The notes will be issued under date of August 18th, in denomination? of ?60, 0100, 9500, 91.000 and 95,000, payable to bearer or order, bearing interest at 7 3-10 per eentum per annum, payable semi-an nually. and will be convertible at the option of the holder at maturity lato six per cent. Five Twenty Bonds. We buy and seU? GOVERNMENT BONDS of all issues, TREASURY NOTES, CERTIFICATES Of INDEBTEDNESS, And COIN, And pay the highest prie? for QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATE CHECKS. ly-7-tf_JAY COPRE A CO. THE COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex isting between tbe undersigned, under the firm of JOHN J. BARNARD A CO., i? this day dissolved by mutual consent. John J. Barnard will continue the business at the old stand, No 146 Bridge street. All person? indebted to the firm will pleas? make prompt payment to him. JOHN J. BARNARD, ? - -, WM H. DOUG AL. Georgetown, P.O., Bept. 1,1864. sep5 2w N U R E. MANURE, _ MANURE. THE BEST AND CHEAPEST MANURE IN THE UNITED STATES, "r*"*?*** Tb? undersigned, having contracted for all th? Manure at Orber? Point, D. C? are now pre* Oaptol?.?UowVates? ??????? *?? of "?*? to VESSELS WANTED. Address No. 3*10 E street, Washington, or to GIESBORO POINT MANURE WHARF ' ?r t0 aalfrtf_JOHN PETTTBONB A 00. M ORDONNANCE DE CAVALERIE.3 vol?. Paris Instruction pour la Voltige M?itaira. Paris. Ecole du Cavalier a Pied. Paris. Ecole Du Cavalier a Cheval. Paris. Ecole du Peloton a Pied-a-Cheval. Pari?. Biblioth?que complete des Bous, Officers et Brig adier? de Cavalerie Pari?. InstiuettonJBnr I? Travail Individuel dans la Cavalerie. 1? Tir du Fusil et du Pistolet. Parie. Ainslee'e Cavalry Manual. Leudon. Nolan on Cavalry lloraos. Ro?mer's History end Management of Cavalry. ana? _FRANCK TAYLOR. STAMPING AND EMBROIDERING done with neatness and dirpatc?, and at the lowestpriee-, at 431 MassachueeUs avenue, near the Northern Liberty M? ?et. au 24-lia* LOCAL jCTeWsBwe Thibd Wabd Mbbtiwo? The Democracy of ??? Hard ral?y ?? fAe A*um6??r of Bight?Tico En thusiastic Spectators.?Last night at ?s o'clock S Democrat:! and two spectators assembled at Temperance Hall for the purpose of forming a McClellan Club. The Democracy present were Frederick Schmidt, L. P. Moses, Henry Lyles, Michael Duffey, John McCullom and three others. A temporary organization was effected by Mr. S. P. Moses taking the chair, and Mr. F Schmidt acting as secretary. Mr. Schmidt moved tbat a committee be ap pointed to draft a constitution and by-laws for the government of the association, which was agreed to. The chair appointed Messrs. Schmidt, Duffey and McCullom. On motion of Mr. John McCullom, the chair man of tbe meeting (Mr. Moses) was added to the committee. ? Mr. John McCullom inquired of the Chair bow the slim attendance of Demo.rats at the meeting was to be accounted lor. The Cbair, in reply, stated that there was certainly some misunderstanding as to tbe night of meeting, or the Democratic residents of tbe Ward wonld not be absent Mr. F. Schmidt suggested that perhaps suf ficient publicity had not been given to the call. Mr. Michael Dnffey said tbat the call was advertised in Tom Florence's paper, bnt it might be that the people did not read Tom's paper. It was then agreed to adjourn until to-night, and advertise the call in the Star and Constitu tional Union. At this meeting Mr. Michael Duffey banded over to Mr. Schmidt, Chairman of the finance committee of the National Democratic Associa tion, f5 that he (Duffey) bad collected from a gentleman to assist in defraying the expenses of the celebration to take place on the 17th inst Fourth Ward McClbllax Club.?An adjourned meeting of this club was held last night at Parker's Hall; about the same number of Fourth-warders being present as at tbe meeting on Saturday night. The club was called to order by the president, Mr. F. A. Klopfer. Justice Clayton, from the committee on or ganization, made a report, and recommended tbe adoption of the constitution of the National Democratic Association for tbe government of this club, subject to such changes as will be required to make itapply to a local association. Tbe resolutions aleo fully endorse the nomina tions at Chicago, and pledge the club to do all in their power to secure their election, and re store the Government by taking it out of the hands of the present corrupt party. The fourth resolution demands obedience to the laws, and repudiates the dogma of military necessity for arrests. The fifth resolution pledges the ??lives, fortunes and sacred honors" of the members to devotion to the Union and the cause ot the Constitution. The resolutions were adopted. The chair suggested that members present come up and sign tbe constitution. Justice Clayton thought it best to defer the matter until tne constitution could be trans cribed in regular form. The chair would like to have the signatures now. It was finally resolved to defer signing the constitution until it shall be transcribed. It was resolved to elect a Vice President and Treasurer. Mr. T. Q. Clayton was elected Vice President and Mr. E Edmonston Treas urer. Mr. W. J. Miller was nominated for the latter office also, but he was not a resident of the ward, end consequently was not eligible. Messrs. R. W. Fenwick, Thomas Bnrcb, Frank Herbert, T. G. Clayton and Wm. Neale were appointed a committee to make arrange ments for tbe joining of the club in the celebra tion of the l?th. Theiconstitntioa amended so as to make it applicable to the club was here read, and Mr. Mudd said if there was no further business he would move to adjourn. The chair suggested they could now sign the constitution. Mr. Mudd wanted to know how they could sign it when it was not yet transcribed, and he insisted upon bis motion to adjourn. Mr. W. .7. Miller was called upon for a speech, and he took the stand and made a few remarks. He was glad to see so many turning out to form clubs, and be hoped there would be a good turn ou; on tbe 17th oi September, tne day upon which the Constitution was adopted, and the battle of Antietam was fought and won. Mr. Lakenan suggested tbat all look in the papers of Friday to find ont all the arrange ments as to the celebration ; and there being no lurther business the association adjonrned. Before the assembling of the Club, we no ticed tbat the inscriptions on the transpa rencies were exposed to view, and commenced to copy some of them, not, however, for pub lication. Mr. Fenwick politely requested us not to take them for publication, and we re plied tbat such was not our intention. They were exposed to full view, and we remarked they were getting published pretty fast by that means However, the meeting was called to order, and after the adjournment, we, with others, went to take another look at the trans parencies, and one particularly attracting our attention, we proceeded to put it upon our notes, when we were accosted with ??You mush'nt bublieh dem dinks." We replied we did not intend their publication, when Mr. Frederick Schmidt snatched oar notes from onr hands, with the remark, <?py got, yon can't dake dem dinks." Our notes were considerably torn and rum pled when we got them back, through our own exertions and those of a friend or two standing by; one party intimating to Mr. Schmidt that his act looked very like an as sault. However, we forgive bim, and promise to give a full report of his next speech, thns showing that we bear no malice. Mbbtiwo in thb Sixth Wabd.?An ad journed meeting of the Democrats of the Sixth Ward was held last evening over the grocery of T. A. Toison, corner of 7U? and G- streets, and was attended by about forty persons?Mr. Toison In the chair and Mr. Marcellus Marce? ron secretary. Mr. Marceron reported the draft of the con stitution and by-laws for the government of the association, in which the object is set forth ?> To aid in securing to man the peaceful enjoy ment of bis constitutional rights and the fruits of his own industry; to preserve Intact the fun damental principles of the Declaration of In dependence, and to perpetuate the guarantees of the Constitution of the United States" and its means " by the development and diffoeiou of truth, enabling men to understand their rights and duties, the manner In which they are effected by existing laws and institutions, and needful changes." The constitution was adopted without a dis senting voice, and on invitation being given the following walked up, forked over their twenty-five cent note, and signed their names: T. A. Toison, Marceline Marceron, D. E. Kealy, S. Orilo, James ? Bolsean, ? Taltaynl, J. D. O'Donnell, J. H. Bussel, Louis Marceron, W. ? Speidden, T. J. Harrieon, J. F. OrilBUi, James Forrester, John H. Barr, R. J. Wood, Joseph Dudley, W. S. Montgomery, ?. A. Edden, James Kealy, J. O. Bowie, Thomas Altemus, John S. Lear, F. H. Ober, W. B. O'Dcnnell, A. G Hamburger, Daniel Mullen, Wm.Coleman. The election of officers being next in order, nominations were made and the following were elected: X. A. Toison, President; Thomas Altemus and S. Grilo, Vice Presidents; M. Marceron, Secretary; James T. Bolsean, Treasurer. The following were elected members of the executive committee : Messrs. Ober, Russell, Mullen, Forrester, Bowie, Dudley, Barr. Mr. Bolsean moved the election of the vigi lance committee be postponed. Mr. Harrison objected to any postponement on the ground that the meeting wm probably as large as any would be belore the election, and if George B. was elected, the room Uxey were now in would not negm to hold them. Mr. Boisean argued that the vigilance com mittee would have nothing to do; this commit tee's business is generally confined to the mu nicipal election. . M . _ _. Mr. Harrison acknowledged that there wonld be no work for the committee, bnt he wanted the association folly organized, so that it could not be thrown up to the members that an or ganization had not been affected. There were plenty Democrats in the ward, bnt it was not likely that any other than those who were present would get ont to a meeting, for the most of tbem were muzzled, and now was as good time as any. Mr. Russell urged that it would be impolitic to appoint the committee when there was no necessity. He wanted men who wonld work, and was glad that the executive committee was appointed, but wonld have liked to have seen stricter men on it?men who would mark those who had persecuted them so long. Mr. Harrison withdrew his motion, and the motion to postpone was carried. On motion of Mr Botseaa, a committee, coa ?letlBf of Meaer?. BoUseu, Russell and Ted ?on, wm appointed to consalt with the central committee in referm?e to the celebration oa Satarday. Mr. Forrester me ved the appointment of a committee to collect money to pay for music on Saturday evening, it being understood that the Fifth Ward engag?e the music and escorts the Sixth Ward Association to tbe Capitol; which motion prevailed, and Mesar?. Forrester, Wood and Spedden were appointed. Mr. Boieean was appointed marshal for Saturday, and Mr. Russell deputy. The Association resolved to meet on every Tuesday night until otherwise ordered. Adjourned. _ Polictb RbpobtB?Second Precinct?Mar y Jones, drunk and disorderly; workaonse. Juc. Mel arlen, drunk; military. Edward Brown, stealing, dismissed. John Merling. f?-1 driving ; E1.5S. j. w. Hrown, drunk and disorderly: military. Third Precinct?Oto. Phillips, assaulting; and cutting; jest/for court. Mary Webb, disorderly; workhouse. Patrick t'annoti, assault and bat tery; bail for peace. Lindsay F. Gordon, throwing stone?; dismissed. Charles Seifen, disorderly; S5 50. Edmund Caromac, do ; dis missed. Dennis Dooly, drunk and disorderly; do. Louisa Johnson, disorderly; ai.44. M a tbe w Dillon, do ; workhouse. Wm. O'Brien, de facing property; James Rldgeley, larceny; Liizie Harris, disorderly: Clara Harris, do.: Thomas Un in le v. suspicion ot larceny; Isa bella Uoodrick, suspicious: Chas. Nu-bols?n, drunk; dismissed. Sarah Shorts, disorderly; S2 44. Henry Harrie, do.; ?3.56. Wm. Graves, do. and drunk; **.56. Harriet Stewart, drunk and disorderly; 95. Fourth Precinct.?Margaret Olenn, disorder ly: *'2. George McCallion, drunk; dismissed. Sixth Precinct? Richard Barrett, assault and. battery, for trial. R. R. Ntcboll, do.; do. F. A. Aiken, fraud, dismissed. c. H. Harrow, disorderly: ?J. Thomaa Patterson, do.; ?4.-V J. Sakal, drunk; costs, 31 cent?. Jack Thomp son, fugitive from justice-, workhouse. Sam 1 Hollen, James Thomas, disorderly; dismissed. S. WU Marks, Samuel Hamble, drunk and dis orderly; military. Elizabeth Stock, do.; work house. Fourth Precinct.???&t? Shea, drunk and di?, orderly ; workhouse.BJPeter G. Carrtco, drank and disorderly: S2.?0. Bridget Keenan, va grancy ; workhouse. Neal McBride, drunk and disorderly ; f3.i0. Fifth Precinct.?Jerry Quick, drunk; dis missed. Henry Co wies, violating city ordi nance; S3.00. Henry Dunn, disorderly; S2 oc. Henry Evans, profanity.? ?1.58. Thos. M-ller, overcharging ; 8200. Wm. Delaney, drunk ; dismissed. .Ino. Hays, drunk and disorderly ; f 2.00. Dick King, do ; ?2.00. A Kan kin. do ; dismissed. Tenth .Prectnci.?John Dngan, drunk: "die missed. James Davis and Lawrence Kiley, suspicion of desertion: military. Ann Double, Smith Mndd, James Evans, disorderly; dis missed. Anne Gainor, Violet Stewart, Pat'k Casey, Sam Brian, do.; ?5 each. John Slaugh ter and Hohen Mills, do.; S3 each. Jerry Bnrnsides, do.: dismissed. Wm. Smith, do.; S5. Jenas Webster, suspicion of larceny: dismissed. Wm. Black and Jim Drunk, drunk and disor derly; do. Wm. E. .Richards, assault and bat tery; jail for court. Wm. Gafney, grand lar ceny; for bearing. John Holly, asaault and. battery; bail for peace. John Mantes, do.; bail for court. August Smith, drunk; dismissed. Thomas Nelson, disorderly; S5. Cornelius Russell, do : ?3. Chas. Evans, desertion; sent to the Navy-Yard. John Adams, disorderly; 9-2. John 'Smith, drunk; dismissed. James Murphy and James Lancaeter, grand larceny; deferred. George Davis, assault and battery; do. Elias Robinson, desertion: turned over to the Navy. -? A Begclar Battlb?About5 o'clock, Mon day, a number of colored men got into a fight on 1 street south, near 6th, (Island.) during which one of them got his teeth smashed. It appears that the parties were about equally di vided and the fight partook something of a bat tle, they making several charges at each other, first one party giving away and then rallying. Officers Skinner and JMonahan made their ap pearance before any decisive victory was achieved, and arrested Sum Brian, Wm. Smith, John Slaughter, Rohert Mills, and Jeremiah Burneides. Justice Boswell fined the two first S5 each, dismissed the last named, and fined the others S3 each. Aw PBIBB. IBM SOB.?Mrs. Ann Dondle, 67 years old, was arrested on Monday by officer Skinner, on the charge ol disorderly conduct, at the instance of her eon, Robert, who it seems is married, and his wife cannot agree with the old woman who lives with tbem, and the sou wishing to get rid of his mother preferred this charge, with the expectation that the mother would be sent to the workhouse, but Justice Boswell couldn't see it in that light, and dis missed the case, giving the son a lecture on fil ial aileetious. Hoses Stbalibg.?On Saturday. Officer Gibson arrested Wm. Dafney, colored, on the charge ot stealing a horse from his former owner, Mr. C. li. Hodges, of Montgomery county, and he was taken before Justice Bos well, wbo held him for a further hearing. Yesterday Mr. Hodges came down aad identi fied the horse, and testified that Dafney ran away about 18 months since, but that he re cently was on the farm, when it was likely he stole the horse. A Bow.?Monday night, Ann Gainor and Violet Stewart, two black prostitutes, residing on 3d street near the canal, got into a row, aad after some scratching they were interrupted by officers Drane and Gibson, who took them to the station, where they left collateral security. On returning they got Into another muss, and next morning they were fined by Justice Bos well five dollars. ? ?atm > BUTLER. Bombardment of a Signal Tower?Spirited Firing on Both Sides. ?Correspondence of the New York Herald] EADQUARTBR8 ISth Army Corps, Near Point of Rocks, Va., Sept. id?The rebels yester day unexpectedly awoke from the silence they have for some time past maintained, and sa luted our line with a most furious bombard ment. The new signal tower opposite to Dutch. Gap received the attention of the heavy guns at Hewlett's and the Ki-inch Parrotts at the new battery they have thrown up to command tbe bend of the river above the canal. Nu merous shells flew all around it and orer it. but fortunately the enemy did not succeed in striking their target. If they had, the tower is so constructed that several of tbe supporte could be knocked away without inflicting ma terial damage. Every part of tbe work is so strongly braced that three uprights would be? amply sufficient to support the structure, even in a gale of wind. Tbe rebel batteries capable of throwing shells with any chance of effecting damage to the tower are only two in number?the Howlett House battery and the new one on the river bank to the right. The latter commenced firing at an unusual elevation about noon, and was shortly joined by Howlett'?. The minute the latter opened with its 200-poRnder?, it was replied to by our water battery. Capt. Hub bard, of tbe lit Connecticut, who commands here, answered eo rapidly and effectively that he soon absorbed the entire attention of the en emy, who continued to ?bell him for nearly three hours. The fight was visible in all its details from the top of the tower, where Lieut, Amedea, of the Signal Corps, gallantly maintained his po sition throughout. The firing of Hubbard's 100-pounders was splendid, and every time the smoke was observed rising from his battery the enemy could be seen running from their guns to their gopher holes and other places of security. Sometimes they retreated with such precipitancy that the sponges were left in the guns. Tbe position of the signal officer In the tower was certainly a peculiar one. He could look right into the muzzles of the enemy's guns, see every preparation tbey made to shoot at him, and then bear the shriek ol the 200 pounder through tbe air, apparently only a few feet from his head For a nervous man it would have proved unendurable. Tbe damage to as actually amounted to nothing further than a severe ?care to the negro teamsters, who laid the whip unmerci fully upon their poor unfortunate steeds, and van is bed from the scene as rapidly aa possi ble. With the enemy, however, it waa quite different. What material damage was inflicteed is at present, of coarse, only known to them selves; but after the cessation of the firing their earthworks bore unmistakable evidence of hard usage. Men were busily engaged until dark in repairing damage?, and could be seen, with wheelbarrows and ?hovels, bard at work. Gen. Gibbon, accompanied by Major Bead? was at tbe water battery throughout the whole of the firing, wbere, II they had not a safe po sition, they at least bad one that gare then the opportunity of witnessing what was going on. _^^^ Particularb of Joh? ??????'? Death. The Richmond Examiner atataa the clrcam stancee cf the captare and death of John Mor gan, as follow?:?Morgan pM??_ reconnoi? sacce almost alone, ?* Qn"*^J?**?}* ** a house near GreeavUle, where resided the wife of an officer of Gen. Burnslde*? ?XmJT, named Williams. After Morgan waa ?angiy in bed, Mrs. Williams mounted a horse aad rode flfteeB mile? to a camp of Union ?oldiera and piloted a derachmeat of them back to the house. When Morgan found the hone? ear rounded he attempted to escape through the yard at the rear of the premise?. Being con fronted by the Union ?oldiera he drew hi? re volver, swearing he would aot be taaea alive, end attempted to charge through th? line. A volley was fired at him, aad a ballet throng h his brain put an end to hi? career. ?fir Dr. Power?, of No. 61 Franklin etreet, New York, ha? been arrested for sn attempt to produce an abortion on the person of a young girl of 17.

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