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VS. XXIV: WASHINGTON, D. C?. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1864. ?*? 3,604
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SECOND WEBKTOrgTHEoFALL AND WIN
TF.E PEOPLE'S TEMPLE OP AM?SEMENT.
BOrsrS LITERALLY PACKED.
lie gre??*?*? c-'.mtin?tio? of
GENIUS. NOVELTY AND MERIT
? v?r ?ree?nted toa
DISCRIMINATING AND DELIGHTED PUB
PAYING ??? LARGEST SALARI IS EYER
HISTORY OP THE STAGE.
Srsi:*"? r.oe\pen-e,time or Ubor. but elevating
jjl .:? enereie? into tbe great object?that of pro
ci c Bg
WITHOUT A PARALLEL IN THE
CHbbTN1C1.ES OF AM?SEMENT.
ITS 8UCCE&3 IS AN ESTAJO.] USD PACT.
LfcSS ENTERPRISING ? AN A? ? HS ENVY ? G.
TUB t'BBss MIAMI IT.
Tbe ??hole world tv Ik of the
?rd ? ?'ream el currency tows into it?* coff-r*.
NOLLY ?ISTAINID BY THS PLOPLB,
\~.rrf ? it-- onward course. Like the ?r??t Ship of
IT.? TRIUMPH IS SURE.
kaj the Urge? t and beet concentration of -.-eniuj*
ever see? er be?rd of.
THE MOST SPLENDID BALLETS,
THE MOST (?OBGEOCS SPECTACLES,
IHE MOST BRILLIANT PANTOMIMES,
THE MOST HUMOROUS FARCES,
THE MOST EXTRAVAGANT BURLESQUB8,
THE MOST DELIGHTFUL BALLADS,
THE MOST LAUGHABLE SKETCHES,
THE MOST PLEA .-ING SONGS,
THE MOST VARIED ENTERTAINMENT;
in short, the most
NOVEL, ATTRACTIVE. AND ORIGINAL EN
tbat can a?iIMy be procured by the lavish ex
EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK
AN OVERWHELMING BILL OF ATTRACTION,
iecludirg many valuable ?dditionsto tbe already
MASSIVE ARRAY OF TALENT.
Fir?', appearance of the most
DAHIN? GYMNAST IN THE WORLD,
DARING GYMNAST IN THB WORLD
DAR1NO GYMNAST IN THK WORLD.
DARING GYMNAST IN THK WORLD,
PARING HVMN*8r IN THE W?RLD,
DARiAG ?. YMN A.-T IN THK WORLD,
MR. JOHN DENIER,
MR JOHN DEN I KB,
MR. JOHN DKNIER,
MR. JOHN DENIER.
wbo ??ill perform for the first tini?: here hin peril
to? Ftat entitled
THE CATARACT ASCENSION.
THE CATARACT ASCENSION.
THK CATARACT ASCENSION.
THE CATARACT ASCENSION.
Sereni week cf the brilliant engagement of the
Tor paicberean Arti?te? and
CLARA AND .MILLI 8 FOWLER,
CLARA AN ? MILLIE FOWLKR,
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER.
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER.
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER,
CLARA AND MILLIE F?iWLER,
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER,
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLKR,
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER,
CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER,
wbo?e exqui-lte d.in'ing h?? cn-ated tke nio-t
lively ?'?n-jit'.on, the ^pacione Hall being
1 y appreciative and dlacritninsting audience?, and
?boats of applaude and admiration elicite?!. Tbey
will bave the honor to ?ppear to-night in an en
tirely new and beautiful Swise Billet Dlverti?;.?
ment. arranged tppecially for them bv the cele
brated Maitre de Ballet, MONS. SX0LLOS8Y. en
THE PRETTY MILKMAID OF SWITZERLAND
Nathalie.?._--.Miaa Millie Fowler
Alfred, her brother_..Mone. Louis 8*olIoa>-y
Other characters bv th? entire
FAMOUS COURT OF BEAUTY,
composed of the following lsdi??:
in their Terpfichorean eriorts.
Second wee? of
DKLEUANTY AND WARD,
DELEHANTY AND WARD.
DELEHANTY AND WARD,
the Champion Clog-Dancer? of the World.
the gre it Song-and-Dance Man and original Afri
First time here of the Fnnny Pantomime,
1 HE COOPERS.
Dako, the apprentice-_^_.W. B. Cavanagh
Siddei.? th?? cooper.J. J. Dougherty
Petro, the lo ver._.J. War.l
Calamuie, the doctor._.,J. Redden
Minette the cooper? daughter.,MU* MsryGardner
Aleo.fir?t repre?entation hereof Charley White's
aide-?putting Ethiopian Fare?*, entitled
THE BLACK 8H0EMAKBR.
A NEW PANTOMIME,
A NEW AND BEAUTIFUL HALLET,
A NEW FARCE,
BY THE GREAT CANTERBURY
?omprlaing the moat
and tke moit
on tbe Concert Hall 8toge.
Louie?? remember tbe
POPULAR FALL MATINEE
POPULAR FALL MATINEE
POPULAR FALL MATINEE
POPULAS FALL MATINEE
takes place on
SATURDAY, 8BPTEMHER 17,
SATURDAY, SKl'TKMUEH 17,
SATURDAY, ?-?BPTEMBKR 17.
BATCEDAY, SEPTEMBER 17,
wh*n ? grand bill will be presented, expressly
?nited to oar Lady Patrons.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Parquette. Balcony, and Gallery_?,.. 23 cent?
OrcBeetr? chair?._.SO cent?
Reserved Orchestra ?esta ....73 centa
Lower Private B.>xe?, holding nix persons_**?; o >
Upper Balcony Boxes......_.-i5 U)
tingle aeata in Balcony Box.....$| v0
Private Boxea and Beaeryed Boats can be secured
from lu in the morning till 2 p. m.
BOOTS AND SHOBB
TO SUIT THB TIMES
We ?Je bow msnnfacturiog all kinds of BOOTS
snd SHOES ar.d c?.u-?tanly ree-ivmg a ?up- agt?**???
?Iy o? Kan?.?,) ruad?, work r.f every duficrip - ????
tion. ma?? exere*?ir to ord?r. and will bef *BJ_|
?old at a much lower price than ha? been* laBa?
beretafore charged In tbie city for much inferior
Peraons in want of BOOTS snd SHOES of Eastern
or City made work, ?ill always And ? good aasort
BMBt in ?tore and at the loweet prices. Give us ?
coll. ?Rl'i-TN A BROTHER,
q.S-tf_314 Peno, svenne.
MrClellen: General McGlellan'? Report; Bar
nard'? Review of MrOlellan'a Report; Language of
Flower?, colored plate?; ???-?.?? Arden, by Teniiy
?on?. Chri*ter n Index, Eaep ? Fable? in French.
CHILLS AND PEVERA-SHAKE NO MOIE
Go at case to MOORE S DRUGSTORE. 113
P?nn?ylvania avenue. West End, and procare ?
boule of Ague Cure and a pack*?- of bia Antidoti.
Taoy ?re ?arraute?! to curs. Pn.-.e f?.;?. Bet3-3w
LIST OF LETTERS
REMAIN INO IN THE
WASHINGTON CITY POST OFFICE,
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, l??b4.
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if unclaimed within thirty day?, or lee??, written or
printed, with tbe writer'? full address across the
fwft hand end of tbe envelope, face aide, will be
complied with at usual prepaid rate of postage,
???able when delivered to writer.
Alev.ande<-Sus?n (?ould Annie M Park? r Anna ?
Adam? Btsrjet Groce Mari? Pets? M ? LA
Anderson Mi-? Green Mary A Plater .Matilda
?? iderson Mary Gitiord Mr?-J R Phillip?? Miss M |
Adams Joanna GaesDinnthaE-2 P-oksniff Mal'n
Ame? Ann A Green Mary ? ??. rley Mis?81*
AngevineKeb'ca Gray Mr? ? L Peter? Louis.-i
Allen Eliza J Gold Adeline Ou?? ? Mr? ? ?
Alken Anna Grsntield hu? ? < ??? en An_ u .
Ashtoii Mrs OH (?leeaoij Miss A Raves Mary A
Abbott MraJosB Gautier Alice Ross Miss II
Ame? Elizabeth Granni* Mr?F\Y R..1 Anni- E
Arnold Gert'de-SGapen Fann'e Ri?-?? Mary E
Boyd Sarah <'riffin Mr? E M Ries Mrs
Raid Nancy Oarrett RmuiaR K ' Anni??
BelimerC?mil!e Gi Ming?Saml R?-d Mari .1
Brow? Frances Hyatt Reher?*? Rom Madam
Brown Elir.ahethHiiogMieS?tnfordRo.-s Moggie
Burr 8?rah Y Ilask? Il MrsM 8 Rucker Lucy
Boyd Hannah (.' Hill Miss F Reynolds Minnie
P. row ? Susan Hicks Elizabeth Rue Mrs M A
Bean F. Emma HeiiBon Mary Robertson Betty
Brott Susan Harr Addi?- R.?.Igei?? Clara
Brown Juliett 11?..Ige?? Ainb'a Bacas M illy
flutter Nellie HawTey Lizzie E It???!-??) Moggie
Birge Mra C Harris Mr? A Rairden Bridget
Butte Mr? L D Hagan Mary Reynior?? Ellen
Berry Fanny liaison S.irah J Raymond Marat ?
Brink Misa ? A ll?yes Miss Ranelle Winnie
Brown Ellen Hall Mrs Geo Rolisoii T.lly
Royed Marj C Heart A.ldie Rnberooa Maria
Rank? Cat h'ne llo'-rianJAnnieMl'i!, y Catherine
Rock? Elizabeth Hilealain Mise Rapenye MiseL
Poenstein MrsS HannaN IrabethReamer Mr- WA
Beaner MrsFred Honker Aba M Ralm?n Mary A
Brown Loui.-a Hei..?,, n Mary L Kan lai Borah A
l!oy!e Ella Hudson Margt H.. un? .n Mrs D
Baker Rate S Hec?xMaryE Reynold? Sy? A
BetzelElizabeth Hunter Hannah Roberta Mary
Baker Mollie Harrison Louisa Rvtlir Mrs E A
Barnnett Mrs F Harto? Ne.lie Ri-nnoM?- Jennie
Baldwin Mrs F HumiltoriMrsJ MSmith Jjilia A
Ba?y Mary Harm n M.-iry Smith Sarah
Bought?n Emmallanipton SarahFSinitliEiiiitlin? U
Balffwin Mar/ H&r? ir gEmnu-'.tSuiith Betty
BlakesleeMrsHEH'Ovev Mrs ? ASraith Molile A
Barker Mary C Handy Mrs H D Smith Mr- M I?
Bellow? Mrs JH Hurley Mrs Win Smith Jennie
Bi? hop Sarah Johason Cath'neSmith Ms
Poler Mary Johnson Mollie Smith Liz/.i.?
Bertrice Lucy Johneon Lucy Smith L'ini'*
Bower ? E Jones Mary S!i-<ld N?-tii??
Bunnell MreGW Johnson Louisa Sink BrxabetB 2
Bennett Lizzie JohneouMag'eG Smith Alice
Bishop Mollie Jackson Susan S park Sarah A 2
Briecoe Rsctiel Joneg Harriet Starr Mrs C S
Ber:an Anna Johuron Mary Starr Mrs M
Beatty Buth Jackson Alice Scott Rate 2
BursurAnnJ James C*ry Scull'Louisa
Bra?!? r Amelia Johnson Kate Sprigg Ann G
Butl<r Jan?- Irvin Mary .1 Snoot* ? it??
Butler Mary A KnottAnn E Snow Mrs :' C
Borres Kate ?- .!??> J ?- i: Sn?.w Mr? ???.?-?
Burman Bl.za'thKelUy Win Stevenson Mrs
Bowie E D Kea.j.nMi.y Spiagae Minnie
Bevan Mary Kee Rho.la Sbear Maggie.
Bradbury Ellen Key Ell?>n Stuart Viola
Planchad E KoonesMis*EKB8illlman MrsWS
Berry Mary Knauser Burn? Seaves Lizzie
BiweraMaryJ RelloggHA Svpherd Eli/ath
Bury Margt Kinney Mrs Severence Mrs C
Bower? Lu. y A L? a Cath'ne T SpsuMingMiasS
Bolen Mise Lewi?. Celia Simpson Mary
Bowie Gussie Ly?n?Mi?sFr?n?*Simp->onMrs J ?
Baker Annie LawrenceMaryKStantonlIallieM
Butler ElizabetliLynch Memay 8 lireinerllen't?
Butler L?7/ie Lee Matilda Bean.in Hattie
Chubb Eli/aCW Lewis Jane HeatooJoiephine
Clark Mrs A M Leonard Mrs Savage Mary E
Cl?rk Mrs MJM L?.ve'??RFlorada8h. i?her l Ellen
Cooines Mr? WH Luca? .Mary C S'eward Anna
Conte Elizabeth LemmoneMr* E Sullivan Mies M
Clark B-rtha 1 esass Edith W
Cose Mi^ S C Lau.-e Mary Si-ha-fler F R
Chillis K?t<- Lee Bliz* Bheetler Nan.y
Callan Mr?CVN Link Sarah A SoperEii/.abethA
C? e - Matilda Lehay ne Cath'neSen.lorf Lizzie
Crocker.Mrs CW Lane Annie Sannders Marg't
Cheney Mrs S A LandwightMrsD II
Cobell Virginia Lindsey N'aney Sandereon M M
Cam) ell Mar? J Lawlr Mrs ? J Susars Mr?
CheHish Katie Lewi? Mrs LtR Spencer Susan
Ctaywn Jos'ne La ?!? rfaa? k Mrs SimmouaHe lena
Cady Margt J O Sidan Annie
CaiM?..? el! Mrs D Langley Id? StPwartMarelina
Canoway Susan Limvood Lena Sullivan Mrs
Chrii-ta Nellie Lyon 'Ire L A Seling Malinda
Chrie.ineJoa'eB Moore Mrs S W 8tanton Mis? M
C? Dolen Ellen Mount Sarah ? Seward AnnieL
Cathcart AnnieRMa> lea W Stewart R?za
L'ostie Sopliia Moore Alice J Towle? Mr- 0 A
Condrinllleu .Mitsehe Elen TvlerJane
Cox Catherine Mulligan Mary Tanxion Rtrah
('??en a?: Kate Miller Mrs M R Tinney Biiza
('adora July Miller Matti. TbompsonJenn?e
Coner? Ann Meredith Mrs S Taylor Mr? A
Corsie*? Harriet MiddletonUan'liThompoi Cath'e
Clark Maggie Molhorn?liza'thTurnei? Luc?
Curtis Mary MaguireAnnieE Tremble Jennv
Carter Carrie Mellon Mrs F Taylor Addie F
Clark Marian Moran Mary A Thorn p.-? ? Katie
Dougherty Mr? Mason Addie M Toite Ann
MA Mason Kate -2 Twambly C!a"aA
Dunham Nettie Mathew? Ilarr't Thorn peon S J
Davis Fannie C Meadnr Mr? AC Taylor Mary
Deshon Sarah Miteth Mary Thompson Jos'e
Davia Caroline Miller Anni?? ? Thompson Au'ta
Doherty Eilen Mclntosh Klla Thomas Ann
Dcvitt Bridget Mel.ill Mary Thompson Mr? E
Denriani JuliaB McElroyJeimieA C ?
Dyre Mr- I. II MaguireMrsThs Thompson E A
Daniels Mr? .I?.? McMabon Ann Tri pi??tt Sarah V
Daring Mrs GA Mow Mary Tern? r Emily
Deas Mary C More Amelia Turner Kmma
Drattoa MattieA Mickel f'ath'ue Tyson Mary A
Du?enl.ery ? ? Miller Mary Taylor Nan???
Debiib D MartliaMeinburkLi/zie White Mr? K/.ra
Don?\?nCath 2 Miller Mr? Hy White Annie
DuckerMary 1-1 McAnsllyHan'h Weil Barbara
Davi? Elizabeth Magu? re Mr? Wait? Maria
Di' kins Mi?- S Mather* ?"?hebe Willis Jane
D?? uni so ? I A Murphy Julia Wi.aon Nathsi? |
Evans Sollie Mangin Ihate Wilson Miss L
Bgan ??.nie Mat' ew< Delia M 2
Edw?rd?MisCol Miller Mr? Jno Weaver Aim
Ja? MyerAiiusM Wilkins Carrie
Ellsworth Ida MeW.y Mary WittenaurMre ?
Bdelin Franii* McSubinMarvE Week? Laura
EmereoriMrsGH Macahee.Martha White Isaimll
Edward? Minta Miller Mary Well?- Carrie
BmersonEvelineMcCauIey Belle Watt< Maria L
EnrightJol annaMcCabe Sara'i Wlialey Maggie
KsherMrs NewtoaMrsGen Witherby Ama'a
Edmonds Lucy Rieholta MaryH Webstar-Minni??
fallen Mary II Nevirr Nelle Wataon Nellie E
Ilahertv Mary NorrisMrs J C-2 Warner Annie M
Priesa Dorothea NelsonMargtA-JWaahiiigton M'v
Faloy Kate Nolte Maria William Lucy
Fowler Jennie Nortoi.Mra A ? Wharton Mrs ?
finny Mr? Wm Noi magie SalieA Wiilher Mrs J 8
Finch David D Norina'iMrsLA-3Wil|iam? Ellen
Ford Mr? T M Nos Hatty Waters Susie
FellMraCapt Oasin Julia A WatkinsEnpb'ia
Fenwick Jnli? O'Brien Mrs Mat Workman Jennie
Fanning Mr? O'Neil Juli? Wetuerby Lizzie
Fia>ai??r Angel'eO'Leary Ellen Woodard E A
Fisher Lottie Parkin Mrs W??ston Louie M
Freelou Dorr?? Po.k Mary Whitman Mrs A
Fi zuiaurice A Poser Martha G 3
KoaterMreAil'msPain May Wheeler Mary E
Fergufoi'Ella Parker Julia Vatilry Mary
FetermanMaryRPoore Mrs?aoT Vanliorn Annie
Fobe?Mr? ? A-2 Hiatt Mr? Jno II Young Harriet
Grai??'n Cbarl'e Pepper Roae A Young Bertha
Gro -meHarrlet Pigott Mrs R J Young Lucy
Gant Mary A-2 Parmelee MrnCNYoung Hattic
Grady Mrs MLF Pierce Annie F
GENTLEMEN'S 1,1 ST
Aebach Anton Alexander G W Ackley Jno W
AI'jetAdani Allen Henry E Aiir Mathias
Alp?ngh Audw Audereon Hy Ames Milton
Ayer- B.'amon Austin Lt H-2 AdamsonOram
Abut Cta* '- AcheranUy Allcock Col ?
Alien Corpi C ? Anderton J A Anderson W D
Allen CaptC Avere Jno E ALhoiee Wm
AlfordE Allen Ja? ? An-lerson Wm
Alterna? F L Ashton Jacob Aateteoo Wm
Abbott Geo C A liston J S Austin W m
Abbott Geo W
Blair Gev A-2 Buckanon Harv Biown Marcus
Birgist Alonzo Barger Henry Byrnes Michael
Bell Andrew Barnard Jno J Brooks M J
Blair Andrew Baker Jno 8 Bates Otis
Bland Allen M Babcock J ao M Bitley Orvil
Blair A R Beckler Jno W Bender Dr ?
l'oche Aagustas Baker Jos-3 Bain Peter C
Bebm AW m E BremingerJL Burliughain Pff
Eis'.len Audrew Barrett Jos C Beticber Peter
Barnea Augua Boger SergtJno Bla.??chnm ? A
Bou'.din Albert Rureth Jno Browne Dr ? ?
Bru?h Abner Blia<le'lJM Burke Lt ROS
Botar Lt A J RoyleJnoD Busteel lion R
BahUrBenJ Berkevheiaer J Byrne Rev 8
Boyer Barton Bailey Jno B Bol???y S
Bruce Chas J Baldwin JerL Burgeiaer Satnl
BoaeoChas Bran nd Joseph Buekan?ter 8?ml
BeekerCbas Beadle J H Bacbo Sliarin-Hn
Bern-Ott Cha? BrakweedJai BetftWon 8 f "
BurdOaptCH Bishop Ja? Barrougbs
Bowen Dr C U BowenJo? Smo..? ?y
Boil Bavid J Birke! Jas F R?rker Sauil
Bock Dani U Beeson J J b ?ige S?mi
Been Dsn vi lie ? ?Hin? John Bra*>s dami L
BrewsrDH B#rry Jno Burdiek Tbo? 2
Blur?. fav..l hoard man .1 3 Berry Tno? W
Bsldein?t; 5 Hanaell Dr J W Ben?.,a Tho? ?
Barrv Edward Bryx-a J?o Barker "3ol ? A
Boyi?- ?? * ? rJacoii J ? Bryaa C?l ? li
L. Trough Edw
Larry _ H
Brown Elia1? E
Faser Elia? G
Eridgman J L
Biekbrd Jno H
Bowen Capt J J
Bride?"? J F
itrooas Jos E
Barker El_oi.d Barnes Jno
Brsdy F ?
Bull ? ?
Rennett Ceo W
Br< ci s Ceo-3
Barker Geo E
Ramarti lieo M
Bnrgee? Geo E
Barlow ? ?
Boyer Henry J
Bill Dr J H
Rates Mat J F
Bora ? Julius
Ballard Thos 2
Eo>d Theo M
Burrell Thos J
Brown Wm L
? ? ye Wm
Bovee W R
Bar ne? Walter
Be??e Wm W
'.'.ro kp Wesley
? ?t nett Wm J
B>T>on Lorenzo BendictLt W M
Barnes Louia Beni, et Wm W
firewer Lorena CBish'.p Wm
Bel-r en? L
Hlackwurd Hen Bennet Mr
Brown Hiram Black MoeeaM
BroTOiey H M
Bjrtt Harvey C
lisden W W
Button W L
Bryan Wm A
Bodle W J
?f-i.ton Wm II
B-ixnes W L
O ark e Alberili CnmpbelHIirain CwpenterColRB
Chick A ? Chapman Dr 3 8 Oavertv R'.bt ?
Cowles Alfred Gushing I. -. J W Cook Capt Saml
Crane A J CarnpbellJobiiC Crowell 8
Colby A ? C Ihn? James Colyar 8 A
Conner B F Cr^egan Jas Coar Sergt
Clarke CG Crowtner 1 W Carpenter S ?
C?iikeyCh*?G CoburnDrJo? Crandell 8 M
Campbell Colin Carter Jefferson Carlisle Seth H
?a;d well Chas <Ormley Capt J Clark Seymour ?
Cooper John L Clark Saml A
CocnraneJohuTChroiiiiter S ?
Colligan J -? Cross Thos
Chadbnrn Joe F Clark Temple
Clark Cart JW 2 Clayton Tho? E
Cuff Jacob Christian Thos
Cane Jam?? Carl Thos
Craig Gen Jas Cham pi i n Capt
Clark John II
Close Ja? ?
C.vsel C J
Cutter C F
Cos David l?
Carter D W
Collin? ? ?
Croc?er Edw 1
C h aio pi in E
Curry E J
Cobarn Win A
Crafts Cant W
Cox Wr_ H
('?illeiiK.iwrenceCale Capt Wm M
Cosse Mark C Critzman Win
Coal Mr ConklintrWH
Connors Walter Cotton Wra
CharubertainEMCoben M J Calighan Wm
Conwsy Elwurd Clarry Martin G Ca? ter Wm
Carusi F T Clarke Mr Colder Rev
Cutler F D Collins Mr Oeohen Woolf
Conrad Mar F A Cunningham ? Chenewith Wm
Currier Geo Galiia Prospero Cavatiniigh Wm
Gushing Gen Cram Peter S 2 Cuirns Wm
Church Geo H Cross Bichanl S Col?gete Wm ?
Cl?irkoCeo W Calali Robe A Cox WS
Caswell Geo A
Dpedsal A l?in Dor
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Leniyri Anth'nyDo'lfe-e II C Demonet *Ar
Decostt rArth'rLDibson Capt HA Dudley Col ?
Davidson Lt A
Dubois Chas ?
Davis Ca'eb ?
Unni David F 4
D^val David II
Drise.,11 D J
Davis Eben L
D<-e Era^tus A
Davis Bdwd J
Davis Knock J
Davis Ed son
Duval Hairy Dodge ? 8
Daniel?! JameeH D?? Forest Col 0
DemerittJII Dudrow Phil'p ?
Dngan Jno DooHng Patrick
Dickersen DrJnoDavis Baul
Debow JohnW DysonRevRobtH
Dennison II A
Daly John Duvall 8
De Lans? Jar?ua Dague S.imuel
2 ll.inniiigtonJa-AOrew D ?
Dawson .Ino A Datcher 8 J
Davis Jno-2 Davis S W
Dickinson JaiyisDodg? ? ?
Dague Wm B-3
Done w o
Davi? Wm C
Damps ?n Klh'n D? lait John
1'onlon Edwd 2 Dickinson Jno
Daris Frank M Dale John A
Dalton <tpo Dee James
DeiflenderferG'eDell John R
Day Gee E li Dean J
Ebfl ing Bey A 2Finer?on Geo II E-?wsrlsCaptJG
EitreleAnil Ernois Henry E.-b Levi 2
Bby Ben ? Kvnn? Hebron Edward Mr.
Es?n Col J Eddy Hiram EVerly Mich
Englehart Lt C 2 Estea Henry G Kr ans Sain
Everhait Chris- Emery Henry Kvans ? II
tian Evans Hiidson 2 Enalish Zephy
EaickCha? Elliott John Erwin W ?
EvattEdwM Fari Jno W Eaton W F
Elin#sFranr-is Everett Jno W E dlerkin Capt
Kdward?G?oP English Joseph WA
Eimer Geo Edmunds Jamea Barling W H
Foot Chea W
Flamant C F
F.'irrington D L
Foster Dan S
F. rris B F
French B 2
Ponts G W
Fisher G W
Fiske ht H B2
PreemanAIIal- Franklin Milton
sted Forsyth N 8
FillehraumCart Finnigan Pat
H C Flahavin Pat
Frazier Jas P Korest R H 2
Fowler J B
Poster J F
Fowler Joe G
Fowler .la? M
Feltoii J.v ?,
Fsrvrell J R
falbe? j w b
Flvnt 8 W
Barrar S ?
F ?nega n ? 11
Folger T C
Fry Capt F II ? i
Fitzhugh W A
F. nn. r Wm
Freeman W P
Fitzhugh W H
Gregory Geo GyantMal
(in'tt n 6m Grinder Mr
?old mith G Gallagher M-2
GeialerGus 2 Calla, her Mr
Gran Hermann G-tcli 11 M D
Gilb Hiram Gilbert A Coy
Galligen Barn d Grannie Rev II RGooddl?O H-i2
Cray Ben] G reme ? F Gari.er Phillip
Garrison A Bab-Goldscheidei J Goodrich Peter
eoik Geisel John Golden PJ
GilmoreOP GetzingerJno Grant S T
(Trattin Chas II Gaynor John S Good 8i)as
Gubner Cap J T Ga?e Seth
Grimes A b
G vim? ? Aman
Giffoid A W
Gorham C J
(li-rmun Chas GurleyMO
Georgia DC Q Metine J
Gemo,ill D.W Graybell J L
Gannet David GrovenerJsa
Garver Davis Gilbert JJ
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Mbbtjno of thb McClbllab Clttr or thb
G???t Wabd.?Tbe President, Mr. Clark,
called the meeting to order, truite a ? a ci ber
Messrs. F. W. Brandenbnry. Kemp P. Seng
stack and John McGarvey were nominated
and elected members, making above 130 names
on tbe roll.
Mr. Charles Utermehle was introauced by
tbe President, and stated that be was much as
tonished :o find the announcement in tbe a?
ternoon paper that he was to epeak her ?
to-night, bnt having met the President cf this
clni. he promised, and would nowlnlflll his
promise. He bad often heard that these clnbs
in this city were of no nee, because they could
do no good, none of their members having a
vote; bnt be wonld state that tbey did a great
deal of good, for there was not a man among
them who conld not influence a vote. He had
made np his mind to request all his friends to
vote for McClellan, and if they were opposed
to bim to prove by argument and appeal to
them in the same of their country and of hu
manity to vote for McClellan. The question
was, would they sit Bull aud let others do the
work and tbey .eap tbe benefits. For himself,
be has determined to go to New York, New
Jersey, Maryland and Pennsylvania and raise
hie voice for McClellan. We here having the
Execytive always with us know who we
Would like, and we would like one who would
not **_e away all onr old constitutional rights
an d give us New England fashions in the place
He had often seen in the Republican press
the statement that McClellan, as a general, wa?
a failure. Ue pronounced it false, and if he
was a ii.ilnre, why was he called upon to take
charge of Pope's army, and thus save the Re
public lie would not bavefailed iu the great
Peninsula campaign nadhe been fully second
ed by the Administration Hie career in this
war wae unblemished He got nearer Rie li
mona than Grant had ever done; and had the
Administration carried out its promises, he
would have taken Richmond long ago, and
the rebellion would have been finished, and
peace and plenty would again have smiled
npon the land His enemies could Bay nothing
against McClellan's private life Tbe speaker
bad searn bim in his parlor, and taken him by
the hand, and he knew him to be a Christian,
p?triot and soldier
The Administration had brought charges
against bim wbich had most nobly been refuted.
Conld all the charges against the Administra
tion be as ably refuted? The doctrine enun
ciated by the President in his Inaugural brought
1,200 volunteers from this District, when only
2.5i;0 were called for. McClellan was still in
favor of that doctrine, and upon that doctrine
we will elect bim. [Applause.] We(the Dem
ocrats) are willing to concede to the South all
their constitutional rights, but we insist upon
their returning to the Union.
He believed that all the South wanted was
for the North to say thie to them, cr if they saw
a chance they themselves would offer to return,
if they could be guarantied tbat all their right?
under the Constitution could be preserved.
He gloried in every victory, and no one
rejoiced more than he did in the victory at
Atlanta and the fall of Mobile. He hoped he
was a patriot, and he challenged any man to he
more loyal than he was, but he wanted the war
to; be carried on in a constitutional manner,
and on constitutional principles. \Applause.]
A vote of thanks was then unanimously
given to Mr. Utermehle.
The President then introduced ??Capt. Geary,
tbe old War Horse."
Capt. Geary commenced by saying he was
afraid the reporters were making too great a
man of him. He was a McClellan man from
the crown of his head to the sole of hi? feet.
Before the Convention at Chicago he went into
a hole and prayed that Mac might be nomi
nated, and since he was nominated he bad
come out of hie hole, and intended to stay out
He hoped the Democrats wonld not sleep
while that ??old cock" (Lincoln) was crowing.
Somebody had told bim be was very near the
old brick Capitol, but he called all to witness
that he bad eaid nothing disloyal, and he
claimed as much right under tbe Constitution
as Mr. Lincoln to tell a ?? little joke." [Laugh
He had heard a great deal abont the soldier's
vote, but he saw something this afternoon that
opened his eves, he saw four squadrons of
cavalry coming up the Avenue, and when they
passed' under ihe flag with McClellan and
Pendleton'B name upon it, cheer after cheer
arose, and the men could not be restrained
He followed them a? far as the other flag at 9th
street, and be thought tbey did not even see
tbe Lincoln and Johnson flag, for they did not
say one word about it.
He did not feel like speaking, for his ears
weie burning, and he knew that his friend
Cerrington was giving him fite at the black
Republican meeting, and he would say that the
reporter of the Star had misunderstood hie re
marks of last night, for he did not intend to
call Mr. Carrington a liar, and it such an ex
pression escaped him in the heat of debate, he
certainly would apologise to Mr. Carrington.
Mr. Geary finished by saying that on the 4th
of March the hills would reverberrate with
acclamations upon the inauguration of George
B. McClellan. The meeting then adjourned.
Sixth Ward Likcoln and Johnson C_ur..
Last evening, a large and enthusiastic meeting
of tbe citizens of the Sixth Ward was held Hi
Odd Fellows' Hall, Navy Yard, for the pur
pose of organizing a Lincoln and Johnson
Mr. James H. Clements called the meeting
to order, stating the object of the meeting. The
matter, be said, had been talked over through
out the Ward, aad all seemed m favor of it.
It was due by that portion of the city which
had been built up in a great measure with
money derived from Government, to take a
stand for or Against the Government, lt was
prepared to organize a club to revive the days
before the political persecutions, and erect a
flag-staff near the site o? the old one, from
which they were driven in 1*-?8
A temporary organization was effected,
electing Mr. Clements chairmair. Theodore
Haskin secretary, and John H. Peake treasurer,
and on calling for monies received for the
purchase of a fiag-etaff, ?fco, the following sums
were paid over to the treasurer :?From black
smith's department, by Mr. Turner. $7?2; en
gineer and machinists, by Mr. Haskin, ?37.90;
iron founders and boiler makers, by Mr. J. H.
Peake, $35; painters, by Mr. John H. Peake,
817.75; plumbers and copper rolling mill, by
Mr G. A. Scott, $30.40* clerk's office, by Mr. S.
Cross, S14. Total, %WIFA.
An election for permanent officers of the
club was bad, and the following were elected
unanimously : Wm. Dixon, president; James
T. Clements, vice president; James C. Dulin,
secretary, and John H. Peake, treasurer.
Mr. Dixon, on taking tbe chair, returned the
thanks for the honor conferred, and stated the
object of the club, ae he understood it, was to
promote the views and interests of the great
Union party by the re-election of the present
incumbent of the Presidential chair. Some
maintain that by the election of McClellan a
speedy termination of the war would ensue.
But he believed no such thing He believed
that if Mr. Lincoln was re-elected the war
wonld be brought to a speedy and successful
termination. If McClellan was elected the
rebels wonld exert themselves to the utmost in
order to prolong the war and thereby induce
tbe Government to treat with them, and be be
lieved that McClellan would favor and con
cede more to them than any Union man would
wish to be conceded. He asked if it did not
seem singular when our army or navy meets
with a reverse that not a word of sympathy is
expressed by those who are associated together
to defeat the Government. If our soldiers are
starving er freezing there is not one word said.
Who haa heard a word of rejoicing from them
over the fall of Atlanta or the successes of
Farragut in Mobile Bay f Mr. Dixon closed
by urging unity of action. [Applnuse.l
On motion of Mr. Jame? H Clements, an ex
ecutive committee was appointed, consisting of
Mesera W E Hutchinson, Samuel Turner,
Samuel Cross, WlUiam Beron, and W. P.
Brown . .
The following were appointed ?committee
to draft a constitution: Mesar? J.H Clements,
Jamee C Dulin, John H Peake, Theodore
Haskin, J.H Hilton J"
Mr James H Peake moved that a commit
tee be appointed to solicit subscriptions iu the
shops in the Navy Yard in which no eubscrip.
lion? papers had passed Carried; and the fol
lowing were appointed: Joseph Martin, join
ers; Alexander Talbert, shipwright?; Thomas
Cook, ordnance: Amos Reed, laborer?; Samuel
Keitbley, wheelright? and blockmakers: Sam'l
Cross, navy ?tore: William Dobbins and John
Cross, to make collections outside
When the sail maker? were called upon, some
one remarked that they were all McClellan
A gentleman remarked that there was one
man, Mr. Wm Cowan, who was tree, and he
was placed on the committee
Mr. Ruff named George Davi? to wait on the
wbeelnghts. bat ?orne ose stating that he wm
a McClellan man, Bib ? ?me wa? withdrawn
Mr. Georg? R Wbbsbb etaued that uwr? were
a number of s entlemen outside of the yard who
bad formerly been with them ia the old w_l_
?nd American days. Tbey did not belong to
the working claa?, but when watted avers
would ?ay tea* they wer? not D?mocrate, Mit
they were McClellan men. Some of then bad
held office under the Administration, and h.?
alluded to one who had made about ?*5,??? off
tbe Government who stated that Lincoln wa?
not dignifica enough; that he ought to be put
into a cage aad exhibited through the conati?-;
and he alto said that the nigger? should do
seat bach to their masters. This maa, however,
d ri co: told an office now- It wonld l?e degra
ding for the collectors to solicit from such a
Mr. Henry Temer suggested that the?,??
charge? should be made cut and sent to the De
partment in which he was employed.
Mr. WHO!? replied that tbe pcraon allnded lO
was not now In the employ of the Government?
bnt :hat there were many others of the same
kind who the committee shonld lo>k after.
Mr. Jceeph Martin expressed the hope tha?:
n"aiT1''9 ct ?a?*1 P?*s?n?? should be made
public; that he could not keep '.lie name of suctt
man a ?ecret.
Mr. George R. RnrT stared that there were
some men here who were good enough Lin
coln men, but when they ?vere called noon by
the opposition at their homes they gave liber
ally, telliiIf tneir friend?? ?o keep attll, that if t
waekatOWn that they were aiding McClellan
* :.t y VA?Uld receive no favore iu Washington.
Hu ?as in favor of taking money from every
one? i- mad?? no diflerencehowthev stood?and
si ? ? ??ii g it in a good canse
Mr. J. H. Clemente suggested that the Pr?si
der: be added to the executive committee :??
wait on the Secretary of the Navy, in reference
to purchasing a Hag etatT, partially finished lax
tne Navy Yard: which was adopted. He also
suggested that the commi", e should make ar
rangements for regular meetings, and that en
thusiasm should be created and thus give the
He to the assertion that the working men were
tired of the war, and were willing to make
peace upon any terms. They ^tue working?
classes) were not tobe gnlled by the cry of ne
gro equality. He had lived North and never
saw negro equality there or in this city, bol ha
had teen it in the South. In the Navy Yard ?C
Portsmouth, Va., several years since, a nnmbr
of colored men were empio?, ed beeide whit?
men. He, the speaker, wrote a paragraph la
relation to tbe matter, and it was inserted la.
one of the ?apere a? an advertisement, and the
>t ?.?? .. ??.<?*. ? was, every boss tried to ferret out
the author, but they failed.
The chair stated in relation to the Initiation
fee that it would do well to fix a sum at th??
meeting in order that all might come prepared
at the next meeting, and on motion 'i? conta wae
fixed as the amount.
Mr W. H. Harmon moved that by a rising
vote the mee in g affirm the principle? of the
great Union party, ae laid down in tbe plat
form, and it was adopted unanimously, the en
tire assemblage, over >M rising.
Mr. h arm on was here called on fora speech.
He remarked that he had seen enough mechan
ics and worklngmen affirming the principien
wbich would elevate them. He had eeent
enonghot slavery in Maryland and be was
glad that the incnbns wa? about to be voted,
out. He was happy to see so many men com
ing out determined to elect the man who re
spects these principles. [Applause] If they
were carried out the working man would be
elevated, but it they failed there was no telling?
where a slave oligarchy would place them.
The aim of the South was to have their labor
performed by their slaves and the white man
could scramble lor himself. He bad been in
formed tbat a poor white man in North Caro
lina was scarcely fit for shark's food and tbey
made a living mostly from what they pick ap
along shore In fish and game. He was gladi
that the power of war was delivering thena
from this ircubuc, and he hoped the principles*
tbey were fighting for would extend over the
Mr. Harmon hoped that arrangements wcnl?t
be made so that every Marylander could go
hi me and vote at the coming election (on the
VJth and llth ot October). Th??re were about:
2,??? Maryland votes in ihe District, some oC
them at tbe Navy Yard, and as the pay da*r
was the l-Jth he hoped arrangements wonld be
made that they might be paid previouily ?? ?
that there would be noexcuse. Ha made tiusj
statement that the executive committee might
take the matter in hand
Three rousing cheers were given for Grant
Sherman and Farragut and the Army and.
Navy, and three more for Lincoln, Johnson?.
and the l'mon, and the meeting adjourned.
Pennsylvania Avenue, near Willard'? Hotel.
FRIDAY EVENING, Sept. 1?.
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SHF STOOPS TO CONQUER.
And ? new delightful Comedietta, entitled
_ I COULDN'T HELP IT._
FORD*? NKW THEATER.
Tenth street, above Pennsylvania avenue.
JOHN T. FORD,?..?Proprietor ?nd Manager
(Also of Holliday Street Theater, Baltimore.)
StBire Manager.-?.?....Mr. John B. Wright
Leader of Orchestra....Mr. W. Withers, jr.
Treasurer.?~.Mr. ?. Clay Ford
THIS EVENING. SEPTEMBER 13, 18*??J,
BENEFIT OF MR. FLORENCE,
Who will, by perticular request, repeat his enri
vitlled impersonation of
CAPTAIN ED'ARD CUTTLE,
Supported by MRS. W. J. FLORENCE in her ata?
en g delineation of "THE NIPPER," in Brough
am'? Dramatization of Dickens'
Pbices hf ArvirsinB.?Dress Circle, 5/I eent?;
Family Circle, ?cents' Menestra Chairs, 75 cents;
Private Boxe? fin and fa* Secured ee?ts 25 cent?!
extra. Curtain rises at S o'clock._
ODD FELLOWS' HALL.
TWO NIGHTS MORE.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY.
GRAND ??????? ON SATURDAY. AT 3 P. M.
11 AM BIM ER, tbe wonder working prestidigita
teur, ?**ho draws crowded house? wherever he eoe?,
will give three more of hi? POPULAR SOIREES
GRAND MAGICAL ENTERTAINMENTS,
?s ?bove ?tated.
The Hall ?vili be closed this evening. PROFES
SOR HAMBUJKR being occupied in decoratine
and otherwise making preparation* for tbe recep
tion of the President on FRIDAY evening, ota
which occasion variouf grand novelties will be in
Admission,*/? cents. Scats can be secured with
out extra ?barge, at the Box Office, from 10 a. in.?
till 4p. m.
Doors open at 7 p. m.; performance comnoeneei
at 8 p. m._sep 15 at*
MUSIC HALL AND THEATER.
I Fronting Penn'a avenue and Ninth 8treet.)
FIT/SIMMONS Proprietor and Stage Manager.
Remember to-night the Greet Show-Every Per
fino?All Calliuge Intereeted?Double Bill to
ni?; lit?The Great Dram? aud the New Gom
panv?Also a full Music Hell 8hew !
HIGH AND LOW LIK__ ^.^ ____i
Character? bv the Dramatic Company-Over 8iitj
Person?*, Men and Women, Depicting Life in
thi? city?All the Pretty Dancing Girle !
All the Ethiopian Comedians I
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON PERFORMANCE]
For Ladies and Children. ?epli-lw?
PIO NICS, EXCURSIONS, ?fcc.
NO ? I C I.?The Fourth Gr?nd Ball of th?
McCLELLAN SOCIAL CLUB
will be given ob MONDAY, September 26, ?t
corner of 9th and D street*, for the benefit o.,
ST. ANN'S IN FANT ASYLUM. ????-Ul
THI COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EX
Isting between the undereigned, under that
firm of JOHN J. BARNARD A CO., ia thia der
dissolved by mutuai consent. John J. Barnard will
continue the business st the old stand. Mo. 146
Bridge street. All persone indebted to th? firm
will please make prompt payment to him.
JOHN J. BARNARD,
WM. H. DOUGAL.
Georgetown. D. C.. ?Sept. 1 1864._sep???"
N ? R ?? _,
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST MANURE IN THE
The undersigned, having ??etraeted for all the
Manure at Giesboro Point,, P.O., or? now pi-e
?ared to put on board Tsssels free of expenae to
aptain? at low rat??. _,.__
Addresa No. H?l ???????^???4?0?* 0r *?
QIEjBjRO POINT ??ftB^rVflfc ? --
?. B. DTJTEOW A BEO.," MQQt?
an 10-Is?_No. 430 ath street.
? ^EDWARD CLARK,
- " LUMBRE DEALER.
Virginia avenue, between 9th cad 10th sts., east?
A lore? stock of all kinds ef LUMBER con
lUetly on hand ?t loweet market prices.