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WASHINGTON. D. C. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 1864. * N2. 8.607
y M ?a* ?? e E e? Ei LU?N.
T?! A8TJ1T Dbpabtbbbt, Jury ?, IM?.
ffetlM il B?r?bF gir?* ?k?t Mbeeription? win
be S?c?ive4 by th? Treasvsr o.' **? ?Wie? 8-trt???,
the several AsBiptaat Tie^nrsBB afta *>^**B**htd
Depositories ex 1 by the National Bank? deslgaatd?
and ?nalifisd a? Deposi tori?? snd Fiaancisl Agents
for Treasury Rots? payab!? Ur?? rear? from
August is, 1S64, be?ri?g Interest at th? rat? *f
?even and t h re--??the per cent, per annum, with
semi annual coupons attached, payable in lawful
These notes srlE be convertible at the option of
tt.s holder ?t maturity, into ei? per eent. geld
bear! ? a bend?, redeemable after five and payable
twenty years from Aognst 1?, W67.
The Note? will be is?ued ia the denomination? of
fifty, ob? hundred, ? ve hundred, one thousand and
Uve thousand dollars, and will bs issued in blank,
?r payable to order, as may be directed by the sab?
?eribera.
All subscription mast be for fifty dollars,, or
pome multiple of fifty dollars.
Duplirste certificat?? will be issued for ?11 depoe
lies. Th? party depositing must endorse apon the
or?n nal certificate the denomination of notes *p>
qmred. and whether they ar? to be Issued in blank
or payable to order. When so endori?ed it must be
left with the officer receiving the deposit, to be
forwarded to this Department.
The note? will be transmitted to the owner? free
?f transportation charges as soon aft*r the receip
of the oririnal Certificat es of Deposit as they ean
be prepared.
Interest will *?e slowed to August 15 on all
deposit? made prinr to that dat". and will be paid
by the Departrrrent npon receipt of the original
certificates '
A? t? ? notes ?raw interest from An ?rust 15. per
sons making ?'??pn?it? ?nh??equent to that date
muet pay the interest accrued from date of note to
date of deposit.
Partite depoait in?? twenty five thousand dollars
a?d upwards for the??? not???? at ai.y one time will
be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per
cent . which will b?> paid hy this Department npon
receipt of ? bill for the amount, certified to by
officer with whom the deposit was made No
deduction? for ?om rains i un ? must be made from
the deposit?.
0**o*?rs receiving deposits will a??? that the
proper ??dorse eut? ?re made ?pon the original
certificate?.
AU officer? authorised to receive deposite are
??nested to give to applicant? a!) desire 1 Informa
tion, and afford every facility for making sub
scriptions. W. P. FBH9BNDBN,
ty *"-tf Secretary of the Treasury.
*tt???tt'??r*??ya,,Jl.._ .. ?ssbbbbb??*????????
DENTISTRY.
T|ENTISTR\'-Dr s. LOCK WOOD A MERRILL,
? * Pentiste, Room No. ii. Washington
Bni diPB*. corner Pa. av. and "that. K\V
operation? performed in the most skillful
manner. Charges reasonable sep 8-1 m*
?f ^ il*ai. mSOOVEBTTN DENT18TU?.
Tuth Extracted "*tJu^a,J?*m ***** the Muorile of
fi.T??M *f,T1,e ?** Persons haTio* teett ?o ex
tra,'? to Ball at Dr LEWI?? office, AfgmmmgRK
una nave tbera Uken out by this newfnu*m%
and barrai??*? procese. Also call *??^?tt?t9
ex?ro?ne ?he D?et?-r'e new ?nd Im ^^A-LAA*
proved me?hod of Inserting Artificial Teeth. If
yon once?*? the great improvement in hie teeth
yen will have tbera in no other etyle thsn this new
and valuable en? No. 349. P?. ?venue, between
Uth and Lttb ?tT?ets
*?*Ur_B. B. LEWIE, BL P., Dentist.
IVI ...? TEETH.
ivi . La,??.dlb. M. D , the Inventor ?nd t-alente?
of the ?VUNBKaL PLATE TEETH, ?t
tenda per-ouaily at hia otto? in thi?.
?*dty Many p-rsons can wear these'
teeth who oannot wear others, and no
person can wear others who cannot wear these.
Persone calling at my office can be accommodated
with anr ?tyle and price of Teetb they may desire,
bnt to those whoare particular and wish the p-irest.
cleanest, ?trougeat, and most perfect denture that
art ?an produce, the MINSRAL PLATE will be
mere fully wan anted.
Boome In this city? No 3.1*? Pennsylvania avenu?
between 9th and let? etreet?. Also. ?07 Arch st?
Philadelphia. **nar4 -ly
TRAVELERS^ DIRECTORY.
? CAPE MAY.
Y RAILROAD PRuM PHILADELPHIA FBOM
WALN?T STREET PIER.
Y LA WB>ST JSRSET RAH.
JAD.
At 6 a. ??., accommodation.due at lc)f ?. m.
At 10 a. m., ex press due at 1J? p. m.
At 4S a. m., expr?s?due at ?, p. ra.
Returning, leave Cape May?
? a. m express due at 9!?? a. ra.
11.45 accora modatio? due at 4}? p. m.
?.N* p. m express due at s**" p. m.
Through without change of cbt? or baggass.
New ears, and everything first cla?-?
Je ?-??_l^VAH_BBB8_SBLABB. Sup-t.
BAA.TIMORK A**l> OHIO KAILKOAJJ
On and after Sunday, June 19th ,1884, Daily Trains
will be run betw??e>?i Washington and New York
and Washington and tbe Weat. as follow?:
FOE PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND
BOSTON.
L?av? Washington at 7 30 a. m., 11.15 a. m., and
8 ?? p m. daily, except Sunday.
r>n Sunday at ?.SO p. m. only. ?_.
FOR BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA.
Leave Washington at 3 pm. daily, except Bua
Gaseengers will note th?t this train rune aa far
?a PhUadelphiaonly.
FOR NEW YORK.
Leave Washington daily ate? p. m.
This train is for New York passengers exclusively.
FOR BALT1MORK.
Leave Washington at ? JO a. m.. 11.15 a. m.,3p.
m., 4.4*. p. m., 7:A) p. m , and 8.30 P? m.,except Ban
day.
Ob Pundavat 7.**? a. m.. S p. ?., and 8 SO p. m.
FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST.
Leave Washington at tS.30 a. m. and 3,4.45 and8.90
.m. daily, except Sunday.
On 8n nday at 3 and 8 *> p. m
Ticket? sold to all point* WEST, and battage
thuktd through.
FOR ANNAPOLIS.
Leave Washington at 6.3u a. m. and 4.45 p.m.
daily, except Sunday.
No train tor Annapolis on Bunday.
Trains leaving Washington at 7.So a. m. and
0.90 p.m. go through to New York without change
?f cars
Sleeping ears on 6.Si and 8.30 p. m. trains. Bertha
?an he secured until at. m. daily at the ticket of
fice. After tbat hour they must be secured of th?
sleeping car conductor.
The fJr?t and fifth trains stop at all way points.
Tbe 3 p. m. train stops only at Bladensburg,
Beltsville. Lanrel, Annapolis Junction and Belay
House daily, except Sunday.
On Sunday it ?to?? at all way pointa.
PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Paesengers will pleas? observe that the 3 p.m.
train runs only e.? far as Philadelphia daily, except
Sunday On Sunday it runs to Baltimortonly. Also,
that the 6.30 p. m. train takes New York passengers
Wee further information, tick?*? of any kind,
Ac. apply to GEO. 8. ??????,,?^?? at Wash
ington, or at the Ticket Office.
W P. SMITH. Baster of Transportation.
L. M. COLE. GenerarTicket Agent. Je 20-tf
G
RBAT PENNSYLVANIA BOL rI:
TO TBB
NORTHWEST AND SOUTH*Z*T?
ON AND ABB AFTBB NOVSMBBB 14TH
trame will leave Bai timor? from U? Berth Cal
vert Station as follows :
Fast Mail at._?-'-?.-? ? A. M.
Harrieburg Aeeesamodation-3.W P. M.
Lightning Bapreas-fjo p. m.
THB ? 3? A M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
connects with the9.20 a^ m. train from Baltimore
for Pittsburg snd th? West, and for Elmira. Ball
alo, Rochester, Dunkirk^anandaigua, and Ni
agara Falls, and for New York city.
THE 7x0 P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
connecte with the 8 3" p. n?. train from Balti
more for Elmira and th? North and Pittsburg
and th? Wert. _
SLEEPING OABS ?N NIGHT TRAINS.
SOLDIBBB' TlCBBTf*. AT GOVBBBBBHT RiT??,
ONE THB0U?H TEAIB ON BUNDAY.
LOW FAKE AND QUICK TIME.
bW" for ?cheta ?nd ?ny information apply at th?
one? of the Great Pennsylvania Bout?, cornar
?t&n averne and ?th rtrset. ander NaUoasJ Hotel,
asaingtoa. J. N. DUBARBY,
Superintendent N. 0. B. B.
.-. w B. J.WILBIN8,
Pa?? and Tickst Agent, ?or. tth st. and
p? P-tf_Penn. svena?.
ASSISTANT QLABTEB^AST?Br^fToi-pTC
FCBaGB api? Rivsa ???t?.????tat???
8?vbbtb Strbbt W?arf
Wasbibgtob.D. c., August 25, u??.
CIRCULAR.
In accordance with instruction? from Brigadier
4i#D?ral D. fi. Rucker, Chief Quartermaster, D??
P-'t?*' Washington, I have placed schooners at
Lppv-rasd Lower Cedar Points, in the position?
occ. tii-d by the light boat?, previous to their de
struction by tae rebels. tm ^ ?w
From sunset until eunrise a light will he Bwnag
from each of the ?choorv re. The reason given by
rptainaof vessel?, chartered ?nd owne? by the
oK??t tjtat??? ijasrteruiaixter Department, fer
?ccboring ? th*. Petotuae river at night, was.
that they feared that they* wouldt?? their yesaele
agronnd it they at*.-m ? ed to run past the shoals
after dark The lamp? placed on the schooner?
will give a lignt ?ufnciatly atrong to enable all
p..?;?? ivp?-* up and down the river with safety,
provided tbey govern themaelv?? hy the charts
provided bif United Stat?-e Coast Server.
From and after thie ?ate, do ve?e?d propelled
by steam will be allowtyl to anchor, excepting in
era??, wafttrhtr? as by ruuuing th? toas of th? vessel ,
ox rsrgo might be andeng?red.
Ali ataaters of vei?aeia are diroeted to report any
??eglect o? tbs part of the partie? oa board ?f the '
ight achooaera. in not keeping their light? burn
ng at all hour? of the night.
A copy of thi? circular will be kept potted In the
p?o>t house ef every veasel owned and chartered
by th* Gov?rnm??t. plying on the P?tomv: siv?
? 8. ALLEN;
?B2S?J2t Capt. and A.Q. M
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AUCTION SALES.
FUTURE DAYS.
?
Y W. L. WALL A CO., Auctioneers.
TRUSTEES' 8ALB OF A HOUSE AND LOT IN
THE SEVENTH WARD.
By virtue < fa deed of trust to th? subacribera,
d?ted the 17th day ot August, I860, and recorded in
Liber J. A. S., No. 203, folio* l?7.et seq.. on? of the
lat,a??,?V?i,<r.4t?r? 5? 6h&11 offer ?* poblic auction
on WEDNESDAY the ?stday of September, at 4
o clock, p m., in front of the premi* ?, all of Lot
nuubered seven. '7,' of subdivision of Square
numbered tour hundred and thirteen, (413,) of the
plan of the City of Wasbinetan, with the improve
ments therenn, con-inting of a two etory Frame
House. Tfis property ia situated on aouth G st.,
between 8th and IBh streets west. The Dot has a
Width of twenty-four (W4) feet, ten {10? inches, and
adephof one hundred and twenty-four feet, eight
tb nches to an alley
Tertr.;- of sale: On? half cash, the residue in eix
and twtlve montbe, the purchaser giving hi* note?
tor the deferred payments, satisfactorily endorsed
and bearing interest frora the day of aale, and se
curet by a ileerLof trust on th?? premi*??.
All cnveyancing at tbe cost of the purchaser.
If the terrrs if Raleare not complied with, within
five day*from tbe davof sale, the Trustee* roe^rve
tbe rlghtto re-scll the said property at th? ri*k
and cost of the defaulting purchaser, on giving one
week* notice by two insertions in some newspaper
in tbe City o' Washington.
EDWARD O. CARRINGTON.i ?.?._.?.
ASBCH ? LLOYD, \ Trastees.
an 27 2aw3wAds WM. L. WALL A CO., Aocta
?
Y 3. ?. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneera.
CHANCERY PALE Or VALUABLE IMPROVED
AND UNIMPROVED PROPERTY
Under and by virtue of a decree of the Supreme
Court of the District of Columbia, sitting in
equity, pawed July eth, 18fV4, in a certain cause,
wherein Sarah Ann Brown aud ethers are com
plainant?. and Ambrose A Brown and otners are
defendant? No. 221 equity, we eball fell on the
prerrmes. on WEDNESDAY, the 2l>t day of Sep
tember, commencing with the first named, at 5
o'clock p. m.:
Lot No. l, in Square No. SG8, fronting SO feet
?n north E street, at the corner of Second etreet
west, and running back inn feet to a 2ft feet alley.
Also, the north part of Lot33.iu Jas C McGuire'*
subaiviRion of Square No. 6?4. fronting 15 feet 7
?nches on First street weet. between G and H sts,
north, snd running back KM feet ? inehe* to a 2?
foot alley, and improved by a three-story Brick
Dwelling House.
Term? : One-half in cash; the remainder in nine
and eighteen montha, with interest from the ?lay
of sal?, to be secured hy the r-ond* or notes of the
purchasers, with a surety or auretiea, to be ap
proved of by the trustee?.
Upon the fnll payment cf the purchase money
and interest, the trustees will convey the proper
ty.
?? conveyances snd stamp* at the cost o'th
Purchaser. If the terma of sale are not complied
witb in five days thereafter, the trustees reserve
the right to resell, on one week's notice, at the
risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser.
GEO. W. DUVALL |TrllatM,
NICHOLAS C. STEPHBN8. ? lrusTeeB
au .-M-eoAds I. 0. McOUIRE A CO., Ancts.
?
Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneer?.
PERSONAL.
TRUFTEES BALE OF IMPROVED PROPERTY
NEAR L STRt.ET ?????, BKTWEEN tilH
AND 7TH STREETS WEST.
On THURSDAY AFTERNOON, O? tob.r ?;, at ft
o'cl.'ck on the premises, by virtue of a deed of
trust from Adolrh P. Lipphard and wife, dated
April 3 1857. and duly recorded ?n Liber J. A 8..
No. 131 folio*247. et seq.. one of the La-id Records
for W:? shin ?.ton County. D. 0 ,we shall sell part of
Lot No. 4. in Hqaare No. 41' fronting 14 feet 6
incbeh on north L street, between -.-.a and 7th
streets west, atd running back 7S feet ? inches.
AIs?>. a rear portion of the said Lot No. 4. frontini?
2!? feet on the 3??-foot alley, and exteodingback that
with 4U feet. improT?3d by a frame tenement.
Terms cash.
Ceiiv??yunces and revenue stamps at the cost of
the purchaser.
V AM08 YOUNG. t T-??_t?*
HILLARY C. OFPUTT.? 1*u-sle?e?
?:epis eoA-d J. C. McGUIRE t CO.. Auct?.
FEMALE COMPLAINTS and D'neaee? arising
irom impurity of the blood receive special at
tention frniu Dr. DARBY, 492 7th street, between
D and h. Honorable and ?dentine treatment war
ranted._ sep 13-lm'
LIBYER AND AGUE PERMANENTLY CURED
G FOR ?IA.?Madame MARSHA, the A-arolo
pel, Hi Nu. 403 ? ?-treet. will warrant to the pub
lic to cure the Fever and Ague permanently in
one wetkV time. Also other complaints treated
with great sue- ess at No. 403 ? street, between
9th and luth sts._ sep 14-Im?
I AD?ES, ATTENTION-PLAIN SEWING done
? with neatness and despatch by Mrs. POLLER,
No. ?-0 7th street. Island. Particular attention
to Ladies, Gertlemen. and Children's under gar
mente Machine stitching done attive e* ?ito per
yard._ an 22-lm"^
?ti ADAM MARSHA, late from a northern eity.
ItI would inform the public that she has taken
up ber re?? id enee at No. 403 ? street, between
9th and ?? th. 1? prepared to read tbe past ?nd
foretell future eventiv._an ?Mm*
C^AUTION.? To all whom it may Concern.???
p?rsoiB are hereby cautioned againat filling
hair pint porter aud mineral water Bottles marked
witb the names of'R. A. Shinn," and "Amy A
Shinn." as all who are fonnd ao offending will be
prosecuted to the utmost extent of the law "pro
viding against the improper use of trade marks,
Ac "
I wonld also notify mv customers that payment
will be txacted for all bottles lost bv them after
this date. RILEY ?. 8H1NN,
Union Bottling Depot, ?*>7 Greene at.,
Augl8. l?W. _aul9-lml Georgetown, D. 0.
367 D B?ET? 867
J. T. KinwELL. Richard HnSBEi-.soB.
KIDWELL & HENBERSON,
No. 367 D ?treet, near Ninth, Franklin Hall
Building,
Wonld respectfully inform their friends and the
public that tbey are now receiving their Pal
Stock of PAPBRHANGINGS and WINDOW
SHADES. PAPER CURTAINS, PICTURE CORDS
and TASSELS, Ao. All of the latest styles and
at tbe lowest cash prices.
All paper hung in the city or country by expe
rienced werkman. at short notice.
Remember the place, No. 307 D street, near
9th, entrance on D street.
307 lau J9 lml ???
BOOT- AND SHOEd
?T SUIT THB TIMES.
We ale now manufacturing all kinds of BOOTS
and SHOES, and constanly receiving a f"P gft-|
fly of Eastern made work of every de'crip- HI
ion .made expressly to order, and will ben <^MJ
soldat a much lower price than has been wBsa?
heretofore charged in thia city for much inferior
EL ? _ 1 ?f* I tf1 fl
Person? in want of BOOTS and SH0E8 of Eastern
or City-made work, will always find a good assort
ment in atore and at the lowest prices. Give us a
call ?RlPr-IN A BROTHER.
apS-tf 314 Penn. avenue.
IMPROVE TOUR BYE?
_ laight by the use of tb? cel
ebrated PsBBLsandPHieoorie 8???0??0_??,??1
versally acknowledged a? tb? beet for StbbbotB
BMiBO abb Pbbsbbvibo the impaired Eresie ht.
?cientifteally and correctly suited, by PRANKLIN
A CO . Opticians
B44 Pennsylvania avenue, bet. Uth and 13th frti.,
and
388 Pennsylvania avenu?, nnder th? National,
PIELD GLAP8BS, OPERA GLASSES, MICRO
SCOPES, THERMOMETERS, STEREOSCOPES.
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. CARTES DB VISITE.
Ac, la a treat variety, aad at the lowest pri?e?,
J? 8_
FURNITUKE.
FURNITURE.
FURNITURE.
h
IVI
We have now in atore and are daily receiving
the largest and beat assorted atock or CABINET
WARE ever offered to the citizen? of Washington
and Georgetown, which w? pledge ourselves to
sell on a* reasonable torma a* any house south of
New York. It is unnecessary to particularize ar
ticles, aa onr atock embrace? every conceivable
Ri-iir'e to be found in a first class Honnefaruishiug
establishment. BOTELER A WILLSON.
319 Pa. ave., bet. 9th > ad 10th ats.
aa ai-eodtocl_[Con. Union.]
<*" V//* UBI.
MA1IURB.
TH1 BEST AND CHEAPEST MANURE IN ??1
UNITED STATES.
_ I
Tbe '.mde reign ed. having contracted for all the
Manure at Gfeaboro Point, D. 0,. are now pre
Saiwd to pnt on hoard v?asela free of expeiiie to
aptaina at low rate?.
VESSELS WANTED. .
Addre?? No 330 ? atreet, Washington, or to
t?lESBORO POINT MANURE WHARF.
aalO-ff_JOHN PETTIBONE A CO.
HAT TO BAT, AND HOW TO COOK IT;
Mia? LmIi?.? N?w Cookery Book; Young
Housekeeper ? Priend, The Hou-=el_?i<i Manager
London; What todo with Cold Mutton-London;
Walsh*? Demesti? Econoiny?1/??a??; Randolph's
Virginia Cook Booh; Mr?. Bale's Reaeipta for the
Million: Wi.id?ield'* New Oook Boos; Prugal
Housewife; Tege-a?i?r'? Dom? -tic Bronomy?Lon
don; Vegetable Omelett? and Confectionery-Lon
don, The Confectioner, Bugir Boiler, and Pastry
Co^VOuide-Londo, , ^??^^
*ff**? O9M0BI
D. ?- ?0G??0?* BBO., ,
Wnoleeale Dealers,
?nie-Isa No. 4?0 Etb e'.re?t.
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AMUSEMEiN?a
CANTERBURY HALL?.
?G8?0 JCANTERBURY HALL.! AND
HAL L {CANTERBURY HALL.?; THBATIB
LOTJIRIABA AVBPTTB,
Near Corner of Sixth street, Rear of National and
Metropolitan Hotels.
GboBOB Lb*~--~~-?-Proprietor
W K. CavaBAUOB-? _? ..Stage Manager
inu'S Szolloby-?,-1?, .._?? Ballet Master
Jeus Esfut*-....-Musical Director
UNPAILaLLSLED SUCCESS
OP THB
POWERFUL AND TALENTED COMPANY.
THE VARIETY THEATER OP THE PEOPLE.
THE MONSTER STAR COMPANY
received -with a per'ect avalanche of applause.
JOHN DENIER,
JOHN DENIES,
JOHN DENIER,
JOHN DEN 1KB,
JOHN DENIER,
THK AMERICAN BLONDIN,
- TUB A.MBKIOAN ? LO."?DIN,
THE AMERIOAN BLONDIN,
THIO AMKRICaN BLONDIN,
Till: AMERICAN BLOND IN,
THE AMKRICAN BLONDIN,
the meet artistic Gymnast in the world will per
form his perform his perilous feat of
WALKING A ROPE,
WALKING A ROPK.
WALKING A ROPK,
WALKING A ROPE,
WALKING A HOPB,
WALKING A ROPE.
??tretchei from the fctage tothe Oallery, & distance
of
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY FEET,
ONE HI NDRK? AND THIRTY ?BE?*,
ONE HUNDRED AND ? HIKTY FEET, '
ON ? HUNDRED AND THIRTY PKKT,
ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY FEET,
carrjinga
MAN ON III8BACK,
MAN ON HIS BACK,
MAN ON HIS BACK,
MAN ON ?18 BACK.
WHEELING A CABROW,
WHEELING ? ? ABRO W,
WAEJhLlNG A BARROW,
WALKING BLINDFOLDED?
WALKING BLINDFOLDED.
AND OTHER INCREDIBLE FEATS.
Sec ?nd week of the two beauties, Misses
MILLIE AND CLARA FOWLEK,
MILLIE AND ULAKA FOWuEH,
M ? I.I.IK AM) CLAKA FOWLER,
MILLIE AND CLARA FOWLKR,
MIL 1 IK AND CLARA FOWLKR,
MILI.IK AND CLARA FOWLER,
wfcose eT<iui*ite dancing lias been pronounced the
v?>ry Poetry of Motion. They will be supported in
their Terpsich,ore?a ?-.Torts by the
ENCHANTING CIRCLE,
COMPRISING BIYTEEN YOONG LADIES,
t,-ho will appear ??very nicht ?? the beautiful Bil
let Divertiaement, arranged by Mone. Louis t?zol
1of> , entit.ed
SICILIENNE VESPERS,
SICILIENNE VKSPEks,
SICILIENNE VEdPERa.
BICI LIEN ? ? VESPERS,
8IOILIBN \"? VKSl'ERS,
aiCILIBNNB VESPERS,
??e?, tirst time of t?V elegant Character Dance,
LB PLAIFIER DB TYROL,
LE I-LAI."IER DE TYROL,
LE PLA181ER DE TYROL,
by the Misses Fowler and Mons. 8/ollosy.
First appearance this season of the accomplished
TOcaliet? JENNIE ENGLB,
JENNIE ENGLE.
Firrt we?k of
D. W. COLLINS,
I) W. COLLINS,
D. W? COLLINS,
the personator ef the great eccentricity,
THE HAPPY OLD MAN.
Return of the Ethiopian Monarch,
JOHN MULLIGAN,
JOHN MULLIGAN,
JOHN MULLK4AN,
JOHN Ml LI.IGAN,
JOHN MULLID AN
JOHN MULLIGAN,
JOHN MULLIGAN, *?
JOHN MULLIGAN, s
JOHN MULLIGAN. ?'
DELEHANTY AND WARD,
DKLEHANTY AND WARD,
DELEHANTY AND WARD,
DELEHANTY AND WARD.
the Champion Cloe Dancer.
DOUGHERTY, REDDBW, AND HALL,
DOUGHBRTY, REDDEN, AND HALL,
DOUGHERTY, REDDEN, AND HALL.
in their eccentricities.
W. B, CAVANAGH,
W. B. CANANAGH,
in new Comic Songs.
Th? entire mammoth company of over
ONE HUN DEED PERFORMERS,
OHE HUNDRED PERFORMERS.
ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS,
UNE HUNDRED PERFORMERS,
ONB HUNDRED PERFORMERS,
ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS,
ONE HUNDRED PER?ORMRRS.
ONE HUNDRED PERFORMBRS,
ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS.
ONE HUNDRED PERFORMERS.
will also arpear ina great and glorious bill, era
bracin? seme from the
OPERA, DANCE, BURLESQUE. FARCE.
DRAMA, AND PANTOM1NB.
CITIZENS, STRANGERS AND
U LOVERS OF THE DBAMA
will be repaid by visitin*
THE GREAT CANTERBURY.
REGULAR MATINBE FOR LADIES,
REGULAR MATINEE FOR LADIfg
REGULAR MATINEE FOR LADIES.
SATURDAY AFTERNOON*,
SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
PRICES OF ADMISSION.
Par?nette, Balcony, and Gallery-?-? 25 cents
Orchestra chairs?.-,..._..-. ? 50 cents
Reserved Orchentra seats... ?_.-.76 cents
Lower Private Boxe?, holding six persons.?, S6 0?
Uiper Balcony Boxes.~..?~~-..-?~., ?5 oo
Sii ?le seats in Balcony Bex-.-.?$1 ? 0
p rivate Boxes and Reserved Seats can be secured
froaa IU In the morning till 2 p. m.
FRIDAY EYENING NBXT.8EPT. 23,
BBNBFIT OF JOHN DENIEE,
BENBFIT OF JOHN DENIER/
BENEFIT OF JOHN DENIER,
BENBFIT OF JOHN DKNIKR,
BENBFIT OF JOHN DENIER,
?
en *#rBich occasion he will make ?n
?SCENPION OUTBIDS* THE CANTBRKURY
ASCENSION OCTSIDB THE CANTERBURY
to the opposite corner, including aome fearfoj feat
THE ASCENSION WILL TAKB PLACE BE
TH* **v?.0B ??? DijORB OPEN
? ,-.-Ai
In rehearse?. ? ??^.}^?? ??^Jfi?E?? *>** W, ?.
Cavsus?h, author c,f " The BoshwbAchera," fte.,
GOVEKN'MBNT CLERKS;
i.OVKRNMBNT CLBRK8;
OOVBRNMBNT CI.ERK8;
GOVERNMENT CLERKS;
GOVERNMENT 0LBBK8
GOVERNMENT CLERKS;
oa,
?' :M ?'.???.,?
THB RAID ON WA8BINGT0N.
TBE BA1D ON WASHINGTON.
Turn RAID ON WA8HINUT0H
THE RAID ON WASHIBGTOK,
THE RAID ON WAieiEGTON
TBB RAID ON WASHaUGTON!
AM?8EM?SNTS.
FORD'S NEW THEATER.
T'erti h street, above Pennsylvania avenue.
JOHN T. FORD._Proprietor and Manager
(Also of Holliday Street Theater. Baltimore.I
Stage Manager_-Mr. John B. Wright
Leader of Orchestra?.___-..Mr. W. Wither?. Jr.
Treasurer...-__._,._.. _.. .Mr. H. Clay Pord
Last week of tb? Popular Artist?, Mr. and Mi?.
WJ. FLORENCE.
THIS EVENING. SEPTEMBER 20,
KATHLEEN MAYOURNEEN:
_ Or. ST. PATRlCK'8 EVE.
Terrenee 0"M? ? re. ( a yonng peaaant in
love with Ra hleen)._Mr W. J.Plsrenee
To conclude with Howard Paul'? Protean Play,
entitled THRICE MARRIED.
Vivian Ripple, an Artist .._Mr. W. J. Florence
Horace Waddles. Mr H. B. Phillip?
Carl otta ____ ._. .Mr?, w. 3. Florence
Se?ora Pererea Nena_Mrs W. J. Florence
Mile La Page...Mrs. W. J. Florence
VesuviusVasa Pevere,a 7.oaav*,Mra.W.J.Floreiice
GROVER'S THEATER.
Pennsylvania Avenue, neir Willard'a Hotel.
THIS (TUE8DAY' EVENING. September 20,
Second and last night but four of the Engagement
of the great Tragedienne. MADAME PONISI.
Last time of the immensely successful Tragedy of
NARCI8BE ;
THE LAST DAYS OP 'THE POMPADOVR,
which was received ??pon its first representation by
a large nnd fashionable audience witb about-t of
enthusiasm.
The evening's performance will conclude with
the excellent la'ce of
MINNIE; OR, SOMEBODY ELSE.
To-morrow < Wednesday I evening, the play of
_VALSHA, THE SLAVE QUEEN.
FORD'S THEATER.
MR. FORD ha* tbe pleasure to announce
that
MISSMAGGIE MITCHBLLL,
Prior to her engagement at Niblo's, New York,
where she succeeds
MR. EDWIN FORBE8T,
will appear at his establisoment for a brief period,
commencing
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26TH,
In her own'creat?en of
FANCHON. THE CRICKET.
Mr. Kord aas also the pleasure to announce pu
engagement with MR. EDWIN FORREST, of
which due notice will be given. aep 2'?-3t
VARIETIES! VARIETIES!
MUSIC ? ALL AND THEATER.
?Fronting Penn'a avenue and Ninth Street.)
F1TZSIMMON8 Proprietor and 8taire Manager.
DOUBLE MUSIC HALL AND THEATRICAL
PERFORMANCE. BY THE TRIPLE COMPANY.
For this ?ret only,
THE DRA.MATIO MIRROR OP LIFE.
Fitzsimmons' strange Drama, in two acts,
DANGERS OP A DANCING ?URL:
Or, TRIALS OF A DANSEUSE.
TheHomeof the Dancer?The Phantom Mother?
The Exploei ? in the Theater?The Blockade run
ner's Den?The Abduction of the Danseuse?Death
liefere Dishonor?The Dnel by Torchlight.
Also DOUBLE MUSIC HALL SHOW.
WEDKN*DAY AFTERNOON, at 3 p. m.. DAN
GERS <.l? A DANCING OIRL
LOOKOUT KOK FIT/SIMMONS' BENEFIT.
NO ? I C E.-Tbe Fourth Grand Ball of the
McCLELLAN SOCIAL CLUB
will be given on MONDAY. September 2t>, at
SEA TON'S HALL,
corner of !>th and D street?;, for the benefit of __
ST. ANN'S INFANT ASYLUM. sep 9-til 26
Si
I)
ANGING ACADEMY
&
H. J.RU-SELL WILL OPEN HIS ACADEMY,
AT ODD FELLOWS' HALL,
Seventh street, between D and E street?,
ON MONDAY,SEPT. i??TH.
Ladies, Mi'ses, and Munter 's Clasa, ou MONDAY,
and WEDNESDAY Afternoon, from two to tlve
o'clock.
Gentlemen's Claas on the same evenings from
?evi? to ten o'clock.
For partii.:..lare call at the hall on days of tui.
ti?.n. sep 17-eol2t
ng hi 9
futuro
lep 15
)EMY,
dlOth.
T? R. LABBB'S DANCING ACADEMY.
P. R. LABBE has the honor of informing his
patrons and the public that in consequence
of his rot being able to obtain his room until
November, he ia obliged to postpone tbei
commencement of his rlaases in WaehingtonL-_
until tliattime. Dn? notice will be given in futuro
advertisement? of the exact time._sep 15
M ACINI'S
FAPT?IONABLB DANCING ACADEMY,
Temperance Hall, E etreet, between 9th and 10th.
Prof. Marini beg* leave to announce to his
put ran* und the public in general, that ho
will resnint' hia usual course of instruction ,
en TUESDAY, Sept ?ith.
DAYS OP TUITION,
For Ladies, Minee*, and Masters, TUESDAY,
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, from 3 to d p. m.
Class for Gentlemen, every TUESDAY, THURS
DAY and SATURDAY, from 8 to 10 p. ra.
For further particulars see circulars at Musi?
Stores, or apply at the Academy during Behoof
hours._ sep5-2w*
L GEORGE FORREST,
ATE Quartermaster United States Arcsy,
Adjusts
Officer?, Ordnance, Quartermaster's,
and
Oommiaeary'a
ACCOUNTS,
404 Tenth etreet,
an 34-lm* Washington, D. C
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Fiftue.n?ii Strskt, ???03??? U. 8. Tr-ascst,
Receive Subscriptions for the
NEW rj. S. 73-10 LOAN
authorized by the act of June 30th, 1S64.
Tbe notes will be issued under date of August
Uth, in denominations of
800, ?100, 9500, 91.000 and ,?'?,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
tbe holder at maturity into six per cent. Five
Twenty Bond?.
We buy and sell?
GOVERNMENT BONDS of all issues.
TREASURY NOT?,
CERTIFICATES OP INDEBTEDNESS.
And COIN,
And pay the highest price for
QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATE CHECKS.
Iy27-tf_JAY COOKE A 00.
J SCHOOL BOOKS.
UST RECEIVED a full and complete stock of
SCHOOL BOOKS,
whieb we offer for sale at the lowest prices.
Also a full stock of school requisites, embracing
Slates, Slate and Lead Pencils, Blank Books. Sta
tionery, Ink, Pens, Rubber, Black Board and Slate
Rubbera, Ac, Ac. _ _? WM BALLANTYNE,
aepe-lm_498 7th at., bet. D and E Bts.
THB COPARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE Ex
isting between the undersigned, under the
firm of JOHN J. BARNARD A CO., ia thia day
dissolved by mutual consent. John J. Barnard will
continue the business at the.old ?tand. No. 146
Bridge street. All pereons indebted to the firm
will please make prompt payment to him.
JOHN J BARNARD,
-. - - WM. H. DOUGAL.
Georgetown. P. C Sept. 1.1B64. aep 5 2w
EDWARD CLARK, ~~
L?MB1B DIAL1R.
Virginia avenue, between 9th and 10th at?., east,
. /??vy-Yard.
A large stock of all kinds of LUMBER con
stantly on band at lowest market prices.
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LOCAL lVEWg.
CORPORATION] AFFAIRS.
Couse?*"??. Pbocbbdihob, Sept. 12? Board c/
Aldermen. ? Present 'Messrs. Barr, Plant,
Lloyd, Can field, Utermehle, Lewis, Pepper,
?doCathran and Morgan.
Tbe President and Vice President beni?; ab
sent, on motion of Mr. Canfleld, Mr. Lloyd
took tbe chair.
Mr. Barr presented the petition of tbe Cash
ier of the Bank of the Metropolis, representing
th&t the Assessors committed two errors In
making tbe assessment upon the property of
the company. 1st, by including the assessed
value ot the Real Kstate in the amount of the
tbe Capital stock, thus assessing it twit*?; and
further, that the Capital etock bad been as
sessed at ite nominal value. The petition was
accompanied by a bill authorizing the correc
tion of tbe assessment, and it was referred to
the committee on finance.
Reports of committees were made a?
follows: ?By Mr. Lloyd, finance, re
?orted adversely upon the petition of
hetrict of Columbia volunteers for increased
bounty, and tne committef? was discharged
Irom it? further consideration.
By Mr. Lewis, improvements : reported fa
vorably upor the bill to pave the s ?.uth front
of square, No. 750 ; passed. Also, reported
favorably npon the bill to widen and pave tue
alley in square, No. 4'.*?. A petition accom
panied this bill, and Mr. Utermahle presented
a counter petition and the whole subject was
relerred back to the Improvement Committee.
By Mr. Utermehle police, reported favorably
upon the Domination of James Cull, Esq., for
Police Magistrate of the 6th ward, and he was
confirmed. By Mr. Barr, Canals, the bill au
thorizing the Mayor to employ an engineer to
examine tbe plans proposed tor cleanaing the
Washington Canal was reported back Witti a
recommendation that the Board now concur
in tbe amendment of the Board of Common
Council, appropriating only 81?00Ofor this pur
pose. The Board, however, concurred in the
amendment and the bill stood passed.
The bill irom the Board of Common Council
to lay a cross gutter on the west sideofltbst.
west, across New York avenue, was passed.
The following from the same Board were re
ferred: Bill to relav a gutter in the First Ward,
on tbe north side ot I street north; bill to take
up and relay the gutter on the west side of l-ith
street, from E to Pennsylvania avenue: bill to
construct a foot-bridge at H street north, be
tween 1st and ?d streets west-, bill for the reliet
of S. Friederich: bill granting permission to E.
S. Brown to erect a frame building; bill to pur
chase a lot for the erection of a echoolhouse in
tbe Second ?School District; bill to improve ?
street north; bill to grade and gravel ? street
south, from l;... to Water street: bill tolay a tax
on billiard tables: aud bill to amend an act to
license bowling and ten pin alleys.
Mr. Barr introduced a bill to trim and gravel
M street north from lib to llth streets west;
and it was read three times and passed.
Mr. Plant, from committee on fire depart
ment, reported favorably upon the nomination
of John W. Thompson ae fire commissioner,
vice W. E. Hutchinson, resigned; and he was
confirmed.
Mr. Barr returned to tne Board a plan of < >.
W. Frankland for cleansing the Washington
canal, witb a view to its transmission to the
Mayor, to be laid by him before the engineer to
be appointed to take the whole subject under
consideration.
Mr. Lloyd reported an act increasing the cem
peiisation of tbe Canal Commissioner to ?>-"??.
?,be receives S5UU now,) with a favorable re
commendation, and Mr. Canfield moved to
amend It by fixing the salaries of the officers of
the Washington Asylum as follows: Intend
enti ?SOD: physician, 8500; commissioners, 8*25u
each; and secretary, 13iio.
Mr. Uterniehle did not consider the subject
germane to the subject ot the bill.
Mr. Canfleld held that it was, as the bill
ceuld be made to increase the salaries of certain
Corporation officers. He proposed to have the
subject referred back to the committee on
finance.
Messrs. Plant, Utermehle, and Lloyd made
statement? to the effect that the Canal Commis
sioner had by assiduous attention to hie duties,
increased the revenue of the Corporation sev
eral thousand dollars. He was not allowed to
engage in any other occupation, and all ad
mitted that his salary should be increased.
Mr. Canfleld said he had- prepared and
showed te the chairman ot the finance com
mittee, before the general appropriation bill
passed, the names of a number of officers who
deserved ah increase of salary. He desired to
make the amendment proposed to this bili a
test.
1 he amendment was lost, and the bill then
passed. Adjourned.
Common C'otincii.?The following members
were present, but there being no quorum, the
Board adjourned over : Messrs. Davis, Dudley,
Edmonston, Ferguson, Larner, Marche,
Stephens, Swain, Ward, and Lloyd. The cause
of there being so few present was that in near
ly every win a meetings in relation to the draft
were being held, in which the members oi the
Council were interested.
The ?KoR<"BTOwjr Dkaft Mkbting.?Last
night, the citizen?- of Georgetown assembled iu
the Custom House, pursuant to adjournment
last Saturday night, to complete their measures
for filling the town quota without the draft.
Long before the hour the men began to assemble
in and around the Custom House, and as soon
as the hall was illuminated, Mr. J. W. Deeble,
the treasurer of the meeting, took a seat at the
clerk's table, and a number of gentlemen came
forward and contributed to the fund, in sums
ranging from five to a hundred dollars. The
president, J. A. Magruder, Esq., called the
meeting to order, and announced that the first
business iu order would be tne reports of com
mittees apDOined by the meeting last Saturday
night.
First the committee of collectors. When first
appointed the committee consisted ot twenty
gentlemen; but they had a meeting and added
eight to their number, making twenty-eight.
Of theee, ten reported a total of about Ba&00
last r igh t.
A gentleman suggested that an arrangement
might be made with the association which was
organized on the plan suggested by Mayor
Addieon, by which their fund might be used to
relieve the town of the draft.
Mayor Addieon suggested that the association
referred to would meet to-morrow (Tuesday)
night, and this meeting might appoint a com
mittee to confer with the association upon the
subject of a combined effort to relieve the town
of the draft. The combination might be
effected.
Mr. Hill moved for the appointment of a com
mittee of five to meet the Mutual Insurance
Association, and confer with them npon the
combination as suggested.
Mayor Addieon hoped tbat tbe collectors
would continue their efforts in the meantime to
increase the fund.
The motion was carried; and the President
appointed Messrs. George Hill, Alexander
Shekells, Wm. Godey, J. W. Deeble, and K.
A. Shinn.
Mr. Clements, from the committee to visit
Alexandria and enquire about the probability
of securing volunteers sufficient to fill the
quota, reported that he, with other citizens,
visited Alexandria, and were satisfied by their
interview with Col. Boyd, Adjutant young,
Lieut. Col. Drew, Major Breck, and Judge
Underwood, tbat success is certain if tbe cit
izens will be active and liberal. Col. Boyd
and Adjutant "Young assured the committee
that if they (the citizens) had the money they
(the officers) had the men. Lieut. Col. Drew
assured the committee that he would do all be
con Id to airi them, and they might obtain, six
teen men to-day if they would send the money.
Tbe amount they asked waa 9305. Judge Un
derwood thought tbat la three days he could
raise for tbe committee a company of negroes.
Mr. Clement? told the officers in Alexandria
that to-day (Tuesday) they might expect Mr.
Hill in Alexandria -with the money to secure
the sixteen men offered. Mr. Clements said he
Intended to continue his efforts, and if the
money ie raised, tue men will be raised In five
days. ? I
The Chair stated that Saturday night a reso
luton wa? adopted that la cae? tbe entire
quota cannot be fined, the money contributed
Bbn.ll be refuuefbd to the contributors. The
treasurer said that unless that resolution is re
scinded, be cannot pay over any of th? money
in hie hand?. Several collector? also stated
that many contributions were made with the
understanding that if the quota is not filled the
money eball be refunded.
The meeting ordered that a collection be
taken np to make good the promise of the com
mittee in Alexandria The amount taken at
the table was near S?,???. ^ : G?- ?
While this collection was taking up, a num
ber of members o? the Mutual Insurance Aa
sociation were signing an agreement to trans?
fer a part of their fund in the Bank of Cosn
merce to this fand, ?
'"if.0- W. King moved that a comBt?ttee of
three be appointed to cell upon tbe Banks of
the Town, and on Jay Cook ?V Co., and ask
their aid, which was carried, and Messrs. a
W. King, Jenkins, Thoav??, and R. A. bhinn
were ep?join:ed.
Messrs. John Stoke, Richard Pettit, and
Hen on were appoint? d to wait on the President
ar d faculty o1 Georgetown College aad soiicit
treir aid.
It ?* as also requeeted that the m?tr?Ae??? of tu.
Corpcratun present request the Mayor to ??all
a meeting of tbe Councils to make an approprt
attwn to aid this object.
The meeting ordered that th? Treasurer re
port to the Corporation about how muck will he
required to fill the quota.
The President warned them that they should
not depend upon the Corporation. They really
had no po***/er to make appropriations tor such
a porpes**? Some conversation ensued opon
the ?abject of the mutual exemption rund, but
there being no business before the meeting lt
adjourned, in order that the exemption associ
ation might have time to meet and act,
-?a
AnoTBXR Campaio? Ft.a?? FLtme To the
H ? ?- ??on Saturday evening a larg? crowd
collected at the corner cr*; S?-venth street aud
Pennsylvania avenue fo?.fe purpose of wit
nessing tbe raising of a Lincoln and Johnson
campaign flag, by the Oblo and Maeeaehusett?
Mil?ary Siate Agencies. The nag hangs over
the Avenue, the rope exwidlug from the
Washington Buildings to a building on the
south tide ot tbe Avenue. When tbe flag was
displaced it was greeted with cheers, the band
of Cliffhurne Barracks at the anme urne play
ing the ??Star Spangled Banner "
Upon licit h sides of the flag are inter ?bed the
names of Lincoln and Johnson, and also the
following mottoes:
??Liberty and Union, now and forever, one
and inseparable "? Webster.
??There can be bat two parties in this con
test?patriots and traitors."?liouqlas.
??Come what will, I will keep faith with
friend and foe."? Lincoln.
??Tbe Federal Union must be preserved."
Jackson.
??1 will never give my vote for tho further
extension of human slavery."? t'?a?/.
??You should be treated as traitors, tried as
trattore, and himg as traitors."?Andrew Jack
son.
Ex-Secretary Chase was introduced to those
Assembled, and spoke as follows :
Fellow -citizens: Massachusetts and Ohio
having each, in tbe building near wnich we
stano, an agency for the care of her aoldiers,
have joined in providing the flag wbich has
just ben unfurled. It symbolise union, free
dom and territorial integrity. Iuspired by these
grand ideas, the soldier? of Omo and Massa
chusetts march side by side to ? ?aule, wherever,
throughout the land, rebellion and treason are
found in arms. Tbe flag, too, proclaims th
conviction ot a vast majority of these soldiers,
and of their fellow-citizen? at home, that the
inestimable benefits represented by these ideas
can be most surely realized by ratifying, at the
ballot-?>? >.es in November, th?* nominations
made at Baltimore in June lu my judgment,
this is most certain; and 1 rejoice in the belief
that, as the soldiers of Massachusetts and Ohio
are found side by side in the conflicts of the
field, so will the citizens of these States be found
zealously vieing with each other in support of
the same cause at tbe polls. Nor can I doubt
the result. In all tbe lciyal States, like zeal for
Union audlreedom will inspire likeetforts, and
thefe etliTts, In a large majority ol them?may
we not hope inali ??will insure the triumph ol
Union and freedom. With that triumph the
last hope of rebellion will disappear; and,
under that Hag, will return pe.ice and lib
erty 'o bless the Republic, undiviuedaml indi
visible.
But this, fellow-citizens, is not an occasion
for much speaking. Another engagement also
requires my presence elsewhereat this time. I
have come before you, indeed, not so muco to
speak myself as to introduce another, to whose
voice you will gladly listen. Mv friend, Qov.
Andrew, of Mass., is here. Worthy of bis
State; worthy of the unanimous nomination fer
re-election which he has just received: worthy
of the honor in which all ine-ids of Union
and freedom bold him, he will say a i?? w words
in behalf of Massachusetts. Permit me to in
troduce him.
Mr. Chase w;is folio ved by "-?vine spirited
remarks by Gov. Andrew, of r.Lass.
Mr. Riddle. <>f Ohio, formerly a member o:
Congress, andMr. John K. Prince, of tbe Treas
ury Department, followed iu appropriate re
marks; and the assembly dispersed with cheer
lor the Baltimore nominees.
Fourth Wabd Station Capbb ? Caro
line Adams, selling liquor unlicensed; dis
missed. Annie Sinsley, do.: 83U-6L Ann Scott,
indecent language;->1U. Deb?is (lleasou, dis
orderly; dismissed. Wm. Boyd, do.; bail for
hearing. G. S. Johnson, fighting; ft?.jf. M. J.
Collins, do ; dismissed. Wm. Ward, tiring pis
tol in street; Jerry Columbus, do.; Jos, Dye,
disorderly; Henry Dummond, druuk; 815S. R.
Long, do.; dismisaed. Rich'd Brown,do.; 92 5*-.
Mary Briggs, assault and battery; Jas. Smith,
Sam'l Clark, and Francis Duffle, drunk; dis
missed. John Johnson, do.; ?jI.5-. Charlotte
Plpsico, grand larceny: bailfor court. John
Meyer, drunk; $1.3?. Chaalotte Pipek-o, do.
and disorderly; 9\~r*>. Wm. Kaufman, disor
derly; dismissed. Bernard McDermott, drunk;
do. Ella Salas, disorderly; WAB, Emilia
Cune, do.; do. John Cunningham, do -, dis
missed Jas. Murphy, do.; do. jas. Murphy
violating hack law.
???? >
How THBY Keep up the Peicb of Gold.?
The New York Commercial Advertiser says
that there Is a reason why gold, which it was
supposed by this tune wonld fall to '2W, still
11 uotuates between 220 and 230. lt is explained
by the tact that the regular operators have dur
ing the last ten days adopted a very general
system of accepting doe bill-, in lieu of deliv
eries of gold, wbich pas? irom one to another,
pTobably circulating for a v> e-k before tbey re
turn to the Issuers. This Immensely facilitates
speculation, and has, for the present, effectually
checked the downward tendency of the price.
11 perpetuated, there is no saying to what fig.
ure this system may not run up the price of
gold. It Is the most dangerous phase of the
gold inflation that has yet appeared, and, if
continued, will some day brings retribution of
loss upon those who lend themselves to it. It
is said tbat even firms repu-ed conservative
and respectable have resorted to thus unsound
and mischievous expedient. Imagine the same
system adopted witn respect t? stocks, and to
what unheard-of prices might tbey not be run
np. It is a form ol credit operations that should
be promptly discountenanced.
The Baltimore aud Ohio Railroad.
Tbat portion of the Baltimore and Ohio rail
road destroyed by tbe rebels, lying between
Harper's Ferry and North Mountain, will be
entirely repaired by Wednesday next, but .the
time for the opening of the road and the regu
lar running of the freight and passenger
trains has not been announced- It is thought
that the trains will not be run this week, un
less Gen. Sheridan so advises. Official notifi
cation will be given the public previous to the
day of running trains_Ban. Sun.
Pbibtb George Affair-?.?a very severe
storm of hail swept over a part ot this county
and cf Calve?, on Saturday afternoon last,
causing, in its track, an unprecedented des
truction ot the growing crops. We hear of
whole fields of tobacco that was literally
stripped to pieces and destroyed.
A negro girl, belonging to Mrs. Henry D.
Hatton, of Piscataway District, was commit
ted to jail at this place yesterday, upon a charge
of firing and burning the stables and granary
upon the estate of that lady.?Prince C- oraian,
Sept. 16th.
Thb Camvasr in Kbwtuokt.?The Union
men and copperheads have bad meetings in
Lexington. Dr. Breckinridge, on behalf of the
Union men, challenged the Copperheads to a
joint debate, but tbe latter declined. Dr. Breck
inridge and others then addressed alarge Union
meeting. The greatest enthusiasm prevailed,
and the prospects in the state are reported to
be encouraging. People who were desponding
a while ago now feel confident tbat Lincoln
will carry the State.
Delaware Politics.?Rumor say? that
there is a great flare up in the copperhead
camp in Delaware, and that a nnmber of prom
inent men in the party have declared that they
cannot support the two-faced policy of the
managers ot Gen. McClellan.?Delaware Jour
nal. _
%W Gen'l Truman Seymour'? response to a
serenade at Brattleboro: ?'My friends, I am
glad to see you. I am going to the Army of the
Potomac in a few days. A good many of you
look able to go, and I should like to have yon
go with me. Good evening."
b*67"A Mount Washington letter says that
nearly all the waiters at tbe hotels are young
lady sehool-teachers, of intelligent aspect, aad
easy, affable manners. They take tufs plan
pach season of seeing the mountain? and of
making an honest dollar at the same time.
B7* Mr. Jacob U ?ber, one of tbe oldest and
wealthiest citizens of York county, Pa, waa in?
stantly killed last Saturday by being thrown
from his buggy.
?**"* Alderman McMahon.of New York, wa?
last week killed by being thrown from bis
bnggv while returning from the Patterson
races.
Try a soldier i* Balfimore threw away a
acket. A little boy picked it no, and found
PAO in greenback? in the sleeve itola??.
ear The purse of Aim ina Littler i? bigger by
15.1KK) since a jury in Mauefleid, Ohio, ap.
%r Another terrible explosion, causing use?
umtAot six men, occerred em tne Ease Biver,
ft* Tork, cm ?Saturday. ^
?sr The real and personal property of Had?
oa -county, Mew York, is valued at aearly
aV* Which is th? inoet dime ?"?ti'
?uttlng a stop to a t?M?*Bit's

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