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to ni tig $>hx. V?. XXIV. WASHINGTON? D. C.? MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 5. 1864. W* 8.594 BOPBBALB FOB 1? O A 9 . T?J_?TJ ?? D Bf _ it ????? , Jury SI, WH. Mettes is hereby givea that -abeeri ptl o o? will la raeeived by th? Treasurer of th? Uaite* Stats?. ?be several Assistant Tressurere aad De?lg-a?sd Bwpoaiterie* aad by the National B?x?k? designated and qaalifled as Deporttori?? and Flaaartal Agen??, 1st Treasury Rote? payable three rears truss. Aagust IA, IBM, bearing iBterest al the rase ef E?*? sad three-tenth? per eeat. per annum. with Beasi annasi coupons attacked, payable in lawful These notes win be eonvtrtible at the optioa ef the holder st maturity, lato six par eeat. geld bearing bend?, redeemable after Bye aad payable twenty years from August IS, 1867. Tb? Note? will be lasued In th? denominating ? ef lit?, oa? hundred, five hundred, on? thousand and tv? then ?aad dollari, and will be issued 1b blank:, sr payable to order, as may be directed by the sab? -?Briber?. __U subscript! oa mast be for fifty dollars, or pen? multiple of fifty dollars. Ds pli ?ate certificates will be issued for all depos Use. Tb? party depositing muat endone apon the or it ?sat eer tifi cate the denomi nati on of notes re eaired. and whether tbey are to be issued ia blank ar payable to order. When so endorsed it must be let with the officer receiving the deposit, to be forwarded to thi? Department. Tb? notes will be transmitted to tbe owner? free ef transportation ?barges as ?o?n after tb? receip ef tbe original Certificate? of Depo?it as they ean b? prepared. Interest will be allowed to Aigust 15 on all deposit? made pri^r to that 4ate, vid will be paid by tb? Department upon receipt of the origiual certificate?. A? tbe note? d'aw interest from Angn?t 15. pur ?one making deposit? en H?eni-.?nt to that date must pay '!?* interest accrued from date of note to date of deposit Partie? depositine twenty-five thousand dollar? aad upwards for these notes at any one time will be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one por ?eat., which w;n be paid by tbis Department upon the receipt of a bill for th? amount, certified to by th? offiter with whom the deposit was made. No deductions for eommiaaiona must be mads from tb? dspoaiti. Ofleera receiving deposits will see that tb? proper endorsements are mad? upon the original swrtificstea. AU eticare authorised to receive deposit? are req?e?ted to give to applicant? all desired informa tion, and afford every facility for making gab? seripbVons. W. P. FB88BNDBN, yy ts-tf Secretary of the Treasury. DENTISTEY. QM1AX DISCOVERY IA DENTIBTBY. T*eth Extracted t?4tho**Puim with the MuhriU tf s-LrWJd__ftTli*._? H"?aa hariBf teeth to affi la? ??" ^?7 LEWIE'S ottige,. _?? _*2 ??-tV*"? ***?? "SEI by thi? aewj aas sarmless process. Auto sail aadC e lamine th? Ductor's new and lav proved method of Insertine Artificial Teeth. If y?S 3fV*? *?? ??eat improvement in hi? teeth S3 , 35? ???1 in ao other style than thia sew ??? __?*_?? !??? _??? ??>. *?? avwBB?. betweea llth sud 15th street?. ?o??_8. B. LEWIE, M. P., Dentist. M TE ???. , J ?_9*_?>???. Bf. D, the Inventer and Patente? Bf the MINERAL PLATE TEETH, at tend? personally at hi? office in this Jlty Many person? can wear these'. teeth who cannot wear otber?, aad ao person ean wear other? who aaaaet wear these. Person? sailing at my offioo earn be accora rn odated ?HS *?J ?,1? *-d ?rie? of Teetb tbey may desire, but to th SSB who are part?an lar and wish tb? purest, ?'?aneet, strongest, and most perfeet denture that sortean producs, tb? MINERAL FLATI will be mere fully wari anted. Boom? in thi? eity?No EM Pennsylvania aveno? between ?tb snd loth street?, Also, 907 Arch stn Philadelphie. m?r4-1 TBAVELEBS7 DIBECTOBY. ? CAPE MAT. ? RAILROAD FROM Pill WALNUT STREET PIER, ? V BAiLROAD FROM PHILADELPHIA FBOM T?A WEST JERSEY RAIL ? DAD. a At ? a. m., Bceommodatioa dn? at lew p.m. At ?? a. m., expresada? at 1>_ p. es. At 4S a. m., express due at 8 p. m. Returning, leave Cape Mar la. m express due at 9^. a. m. 11.45 accommodation due at 4). p. m. ?.10 p. m. expr?s? dneat 8i_ p. m. Tbrongb without change of ears or bag?*?*? New cars, and everything flrst-clasa. >e_0-3m_J^ANRENSSELAEB. Bnpt. BALT'MORE AM) OHIO RAILROAD. Oa aad ?fter Sunday, Jane 19th, tasa, Dally Tra?as will be run between Washington and New Tork sad Washington and tb? West, as follow? : FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW TORE. AND BOSTON. Leav? Washington at 7.30 a. m..11.18 a.m., aad 8.9" p m. daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at ? M p. m. only. FOR BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA. Leave Washington at Spa. daily, except Bon? Passenger? will note that thia trai a rana as tar as Philadelphia only. jtoi new torr. Leav? Washington daily at6.5e p. m. This train is for New York passenger a exclusively. FOR BALTIMORE. Leave Washiagton at 6-*)a.m., 11.18 a. b.,3?. ta., 4.45p. m.. 7.30 p. m . and 8.B? P. ni. except Sun day. 0b Sunday at ? ? a. m. S p. ?., and RAO p. m. FOR ALL PARTS OF TUR WRST. Leave Washington at 6.3n a.m. and8,4.45and8JO p ta daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at 3 and 8St) p. m Tickets sold to all points WIST, and bag tagt checked through. FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave Washington at 6.3T a. m. and 4.48 p. m. daily, except Sunday. No train for Annapolis on 8unday. Trains leaving Washington at 7.3" a. m aad t.SO p. m. go through te New York without thangt of totes. 81sepingeareon6.3rand8.3Tip. m. traina Berths ean be secured until 5 pm. daily at the ticket of fice. After that hour they muet be secured of th? Bleeping car conductor. Tbe first and fifth train? ?top at all way points. The 3 p. m. train ?tops only at Bladeusburg, Belteville. Laurel. Annapolis Junction and Belay lion??* daily, except Sunday. Oa Sunday it ?tops at all way point?. PARTICULAR NOTICE. Passengers will please observe that the S p. m. train run? only as far as Philndtlphia daily, except Sunday. On Sunday it run? to ? al timor e only. Also, tbat tbe 6.5V ?. m. train takes New York passengers only. tor further information, ticket? of any kind, Ac, apply to GBO. 8 ROONTZ, Agent at Wash ington, or at the Ticket Office. W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation. L. M. COLE. General Ticket Agent. ??20-tf G BEAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE TO TBS NORTHWEST AND SOUTH*RiT. ON AND AND AFT1B NOVEMBER 1?TH train? will leave Baltimore from th? Herta Oal vert Btatien as follows : ?__,??_. Saat Mail at ? - - ?? ??-? ?> -t X) A. M. awiibnrg Aeeemmodation-S.oo P. M. Ligbtaing l?pre?--9JO P. M. THB ? SO ? ?. TBAIN FROM WASHINGTON connect? witb the?.? a. m. train from Baltimore for Pittebnrg aad th? Wcet.aad for Elmira, Buff alo. Rochester, Dunkirk. Canandaigas. aud Mi agar? Fall?, and for H.wTorh ait?. ?THB 7-0 P. M. TBAIN FBOM WASHINGTON seaaeets with th? 9.30 p. ro. train from Balti more for Blmira and the North and Pittsburg aad th? WHt, _ SLEEPING OARS <*N NIGHT TBAINB. 8*LBI?B8* ??????* AT GOVBBBBBST R.TBS, ?Ml TM&SSSm TRAIN ON SUNDAY. LOW FARE AND QUICK TIMI. ssrpor tlehets aad aay Information apply at the office of the Qreat Pennsylvania leu te, .?oraer ^rlatsud?.^.^!. k. . P?m aad Ticket Agent, sor. tth st. aa? ts t-tf Peau, ?vena?, ASSISTANT QUARTLRMASTBR'S OFFICK, Pos-us AIO Bivbb TB-XSP?BTATIOS Sbvbsvh Stbbbt Wbabb. WA8glKQTOB,D. C, August 2?. l?*>4. CIRCULAR. In accordane? with instructions from Brigadier General D. H. Backer, Chief Quartermaster, D> putof Washington, I have placed ?cbooaer? at Upper aad Lower Cedar Potata, in the position? occupied by tbe light boats, previous to their de struction by the rebels. From ?aneet until ?uarl?e a light will be swung Trem ?acb of tbo ?ehooa? re. Th? reaeoa given by captain? or vessels, chartered snd owned by the ? nit*d States Usart?r**a?ter Department, for S_t__h__?"o_ 1b the Potomac river at night, waa. tb?t they feared that they would run their yosaol? aground if tbey attempted to run past the -hoaU ?mJ*? ,"h*.l,kn?F? Plaeed on the schooner? ^V1.*1*? slight ?ufflcintly ?trsng to enable all ??1?1.? __???* op and dowa the river with safety, ?C-M-i^?*?*.0*?.*! themselves by the ?harta provided by United Bute? Coast Survey. mJSSJSii ti1?**0"?.?????'?0 vessai propellBd sws_ass_aiw?l be allowed to anchor, excepting ia er cargo migbt be ?ndangered t^SS^iM^SSliBS^ Wn^?NSu?SgF u#lr ?ffiber?? A ?spy of this sirealar will be kept posted la the ?Hot house ef every vessel owned aad chartered by the Oovenuacat, plying oa the Potomac river. ????__Sg_j_g_flta PERSONAL? MADAMB AHOLIAB, au impressed Medium, continu?e to read, witu great ?afety, to all who deeireit, the Past, Present, and Future, and inable to advise and eonneel with safety on all important matters, at No. 949 C street, between fM and 6th ?treet?. Island._sep3 Ft* LADIE8, ATTENtYoN-PLAIN SE~ING done with neatness and despatch by Mrs. POLLBR. No ??-? 7th ?treet. Island. Particular attention to Ladies, Gentlemen, and Children's under gar mente. Machine stitching done at five cmts per yard. _an2a-lm? ?\T ADAM MARSHA, late from a northern city, i'I would inform the public that she has taken ? p her residence at No. 403 ? street, between 9th and Uth. Is prepared to read the past and tarateli futurs events._an 32-lm? CAUTION.?To all whom it may Concern.?All persone are hereby cautioned against filling half-pint porter and mineral water Bottles marked with tbe names of "R. A. Shinn,"and "Arnv A Shinn," ae all who are found so offending will be prosecuted to the utmost extant of the law "pro viding against the improper use of trade marks, Ac " I would also notify mv customers that payment will be ?acted for all bottles lost by them after this date. RILEY A. SHINN, Union Bottling Depot, 97 Greene st., AnglB. 1864. [anl9-lm] Georgetown. D. 0. PERSON AL.-WM. PBINCE, 381 F street, oppo site the Patent Office, is the only one in town who does FLUTING, having three very elegant machines now in operation. Ladies who desire this very fashionable trimming should give him a call. Stamping in all its varieties elegantly done. Stamped Hoods, Braid and Silas for sale, an 12-tf FBMALB COMPLAINTS receive partiular atten tion at Dr. DABBY- Office. 493 Tth street between D and B. Those in need ef a confidential adviser cap be suited by calling on him. auS-lm" PRIVATE COMPLAINTS Are treated, either personally or by tatter, at Dr. WOOD'S Orfico, 499 7th ?treet. Separat? rooms for patients. Of? fice open day and night. au film' S. T.?woo.?X. Persone ef sedentary habits troubled with weak? ae ?, 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 celebrate 1 PLANTATION BITTERB, whieh are now recommended by the highest medi cai authorities, and warranted to produce an im mediate beneficial effect. They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pure, and must snpereedeall other tonic? where a healthy, gentle stimulant is required. They purify, strengten and invigorate. They create a healthy appetite. They are an antidote to a change of water and diet. They overe?me streets of dissipation and late hours. They strengthen the system and enliven the mind. They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers Thsy purify the breath and acidity of the stomach. They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation, They cure Diarrhea, Cholera, and Cholera Morbus. They cure Liver Complaint and Nervoue Head ache. They make the wean strong, the languid bril lant, and are exhausted nature's great restorer. They are composed of the celebrated Calisaya bark, wiatergreen, sassafras, roots and herbs, all preserved in perfectly pure St. Croix rum. For particulars, Bee circulars and testimonials around each bottle. Beware of imposter?. Examine every bottle. See that it has D. 8. Barnes' signature on our pri vate U.S. Stamp over the cork, with plantation scene, and our firm signature on a fine steel plate ngraving on Bide label. See that our bottle ie net refilled with spurious and deleterious stuff. We defy any person to match the taste or character of eur goods. Any person pretending to Bell Plantation Bitters by the gallon or in bulk, is an impostar! 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 pro ?ecu ted by us. We already have our eye on two parties re-filling onr bottles, Ac, who will succeed in getting themselves into close quarters. The demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters from ladies, clergymen, merchants, Ac., is perfectly incredible The simple trial of a bettle is the evidence we pre sent of their worth and superiority. They are sold by all respectable druggists, grocers, physicians, hotels, saloon?, steamboats and country stores. P. II. DRAKE tc CO., suga-eoSm -09 BBOADWAY, N. Y. NOTICE. ISITED STATES ? 3-10 LOAR. y p THB FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WASHING TON has now on hand, ready for immediate deliv ?'*. a full ?cpply of thtbc new Bonds. Subscribers art requested to present their certificates tu tau? and roteivi tntir Bonds, These having money te invest should not lose right of the fact that by investing in this Loan they not only reeeive Interest, at the high rate of 7 3-10 per cent., but secure to themselves the very important advantage of obtaining, at the end of three years, 6 PBB CENT. 3*0 TEAR BONDS AT PAR, whieh are now worth over 19 per eent. premium, and which after the war must necessa rily advance to a much higher rate. au 24-tf TV OTIC ? TO SUTLERS.?A double deck BABGB i > _1 <j tons?In good ordsr, all ready for use, ean be bought ob reasonable terms. Bale to close concern. Apply to Capt. Cushman, on board Barge ' M Kennedy,''at Ship-Yard, Alexandria, Va.; or to Mr. Lampkia, at Palmer M Wharf, foot of 11th etreet. Washington. DO ; or to Flo wens A Bewea, Bo. 1 King street, Alexandria Va. au 25-?w* (LJ W . OWB H . G"*. suceessor to B. OWEN A BON, Militabv abo Naval MERCHANT TAILORS, 919 Pena, svenne, between 14th and Uth street?, _Washington, P. 0._an 1-1? ?? ? ?B ?. MANUB_.__?_ _ M A H U ? ?. THB BEST "R^HBAP^OTMANUBS IN ??? Th? undersigned, haviag contracted for all the Manure at Giesboro Point, 1). C , are now pre pared to put on board vessels free of expense to Captains at low raten. TB88BLS WANTED. Address No. S80 ft, ?**??*?_?IaW"**0??, or to GIESBORO POINT MANURE WHARF " M ju-H_JOHU FBTTIBONB A 00. SHOW CA8B8 FOR SALB^art received eight eiesaut COUNTBB SHOW CABES by theheet ,a__er? ta Itaw York. lieta te F. '_BBU3 JF* Co^ 410 7th ftieet, three deci?senta ef ?*dFel saW?sai *~" AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL. MUSIC I CANTERBURY HALL,? AND HAL LfOANTEBBLRY HALL.i THEATER LOUISIABA ArsBOB, Niar Corner a/ Stxtk street. Rear of National and Metropolitan Hotels. Gbobcb Lb a_? ._. _?.Proprietor W. B. Cavababgb-Stage M anacer Louis Sxollost-?_._Ballet Master Jens EsrcTA._..Musical Director COMMENCEMENT OF THB FALL AND WIN TBR SEASON. BNTIRRLYNEW COMPANY. THI LEADING ARTISTES IN Till PB0F18 SiON. In commencing another ?eaaon. the Proprietor would beg most respectfully to inform he public ol Washington and vicinity that NO PAINS WILL BE 8PARED ON HIS PART in catering for the public teste. a_d tbat he has al ready effected engagements with PROMIN1NT ARTISTES, who are well known in the business, and who will be brought before the public in RAPID SUCCESSION. The success that has attended the CANTBBBURY, under tbe present management, stand? UN8?RPA88BO IN THI HISTOBY OP THI AMBRICAN 8TAGE. The public can rest assured that no atone will be left unturned by tb epresent proprietor, to increase the popularity and retain the proud title which the establishment has already won, vis : THB MOST POPULAR PLACE OP AMUSEMENT IN WASHINGTON, where tbe patrons can rest assured they will always find COMFORT AND RESPECTABILITY COM BINED. THE CANTERBURY will always have THE BE5-T VOCALISTS. THE BEST ETHIOPEAN COMEDIANS, THE BIST DANCERS and the greatest variety of parformere of any place of amusement in Washington. "COMPARISON IS THE SUREST TEST." 80 cempare onr programme with tbat of any place of amusement in the city, aod you will fini tbat THE LONGEST, ??? MOST VARIED, AND THI MOST ATTRACTIVE of any place of amusement in the city. Mazarin said wiFely, "Show me the man that never laugte, and I'll show you a fit companion for the beast? o f the field." ?? HEALTHFUL MIND 18 ALWAYS MIRTH FUL " were tbe last words of Griiaal<M. And that such is the maxim of our first men now a days may be seen in tbe fact of oar M <rchan4s. Bankers, Bro bere, Bditors and Artisans, turning asid? from the turmoil of ?very-day life, to REVIVE THE MIND, ENLIGBTEN THE HEART. RBOUPBRATETHE ENERGIB3, REFRESH THE BRAIN, AND FEAST THE SOUL. THE GREAT CANTERBURY. 1VBBY NIGHT THIS WEEK, Will inaugurate the FALL AND WINTEB SEASON STUPENDOUS COMBINATION. GRiCE. WIT AND BEAUTY. LEA'S NEW ORLEANS COMBINATION, LEA'S NEW ORLBAN8 COMBINATION, LEA'S NEW OBLEAN8 COMBINATION, LEA'S NEW OBLEAN8 COMBINATION, LEA'S NEW ORLEANS COMBINATION, LEA'S NBA' ORLEANS COMBINATION, f0rmLABGB8T COMPANY OF ARTTSTBS LARGEST COMPANV OF ARTISTES LaRGEftT ?OMPANY Of ARTISTES LARGEST COMPANY OF ARTIST!. ever seen in the Capital. NEABLY 1VERY PERFORMER A BRIGHT PARTICULAR STAR. Tbis Great DRAMATIC, mwn OPERATIC. PANTOMIMIC, and TERl'BlCHOBBAN COMBINATION, ??composed of tbe following CONGRESS OF ARTISTES: First week of the unrivalled Danseuses aad En chanting Beauties. Misses CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA ANU MILLIE FOWLIR, Ci.AKA AND MILLIE FOWLER. CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER. CLARA AND M1LLIB FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, (i.ARA AND MILLIE FOWLBR, CLARA AND MILLIE FOWLER, who will have tbe honor of appearing in tbe mag nineent Spanich Ballet Divertisemcnt, arranged by Mon?, Bzollusy, entitled LA MAJA Dl SEVILLA. Isabella, the belle of Sevilla?Miss Millie Fowler Don Bazilio, a Spanish Priest ...Monz. Szollosy Fernando-.?...-._.Btla Wesner Antoine??.?.-Mary Gardner Pablo-??._.Miss Viola Felix ~.~-~~-Mary Coulson DANCES INClDlNTAL: Invitation Grotesque, Miss Millie Fowler and characters. Balero de Cadiz, Misses Ella and Mary Wesner. La Salero, Miaa Clara Fowler. -j Carbuca et Zapateado, Miss Millie Fowler, all tbe characters, and the corps de ballet. THI BOQUET OF BEAUTY, consisting of Sixteen Young Ladies, TONIGHT. DELEHANTV AND WARD, DBLEHANTY AND WARD. DBLBUANTY AMD WARD, DBLEHANTY AN WARD, LBLBHANTY AND W >KD, DBLEHANTY AND WABD, The acknowledged Champion Clog-Dancers of the World. Mis? AGNES SUTHERLAND. AGNBS SUTHERLAND. AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNES SUTHERLAND, AGNBS SUTHERLAND. Th? Scottish Nightingale. Te e Burnt Cork Brigade is nnder the su pervi sion ofthat Prince of Ethiopian Co medians. JOHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN, J'lHN MULLIGAN, JOHN MULLIGAN. ?ad embraces th? names of some of the best per sonatore of -.egro character now performing. MISS 8ALLI1 BUNDESLAND, MISS SALLIE 8DNDBRLAND, MISS B*LLIE PINDBRLAND. M1SB SALLIB BUNDESLAND, The unrivalled Balladist and Operatic Vocalist. BILLY 1MERSON, Th? great Bong-aud-Dauce Man and origiaal, ??ACTIV1 BOY." W. B. CAVANAGH, The ever-popular Comedian aad Eccentric Vocalist J. J. DOUGHERTY, Versatile Actor and Pantomixaist, J.H. TAYLOR, Negro Comedian aud Banjoist. H.W. WILLIAMS, Comedias and Versatile Actor. BIG. HENR1CO, Herculean Gymnast. JOHN REBD1N, Negro Comedian and Jig Dancer, ROBERT HALL. Negro Delineator and Comedian. Tbe whole forming an OVERWHELMING CONCENTRATION Of TALENT. all of wbom will appear in a mammoth ?ntertain sucnt. A LAUGHABLE PARCE. A COMIC PANTOMIME, A CHARMING BALLET, A FUNNY AFTERPIECE, sud a pleasing divertisemcnt of SONGS. DANCES. ????????? ECCENTRICI TIBS, Ac, Ac. The first popular FALL MATINES wb?tubpay aftebnoon, SEPTBMBBB 10. BATI RDAY AFTERNOON. Sr.I'T KHBBR 10, SATURDAY A? TBRNOON, ??BPT EMBER It?, SATURDAY AFTBKNOUN, SEPTEMBER 10, SATUBDAY AFTERNOON, oBI'TEMBBR 10, SATURDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 10, wh'ss sp?cial inaugural will be presented, ar? ranged ?????#??'AND families. JE? ?#???5^ Single seste, ??????? Boxes ... . 1 60 Ticket? for sals at the principal Hotels aad Bee ***?&*??.*2 ???*. *TC?iV AMUSEMENTS. ?ROVER'S THEATER. Peaneylvania Avenue. Bear Willard's Hotel. Leonar<i Grever,.. ...,- ...__?.-...Director. O D. Hese._,,., ..,, _AetingManager. ?. H.Verney,._Stage Manager. O. Koppitz_..___. Musical Director. MONDAT EVENING, SEPTEMBER ?, 1864. INAUGURATION ?f the FALL AND WINTBB SEASON. THB TBBATBB NBWLY DECORATED AND THOROUBHLY RENOVATED First night of the celebrated ?- ^ARB?N COMEDY COMBINATION? MB. WM. WARRBN. MB. CHARLES BARRON, MISS JOSEPHLN ? ORTON. MIS8 BMILY MESTAYER, Supported by an entirely new and excellent Stock Company, lhe celebrated composer and favorite conductor, CHARLES KOPPITZ, will direct th* Grand Orchestra, whieh will be the is r test and most carefully organized musical corps that has ever been employed In this theater. New Stag? Drapery, Scenes, Ac., by Mr. D. A STRONG Tbe new decorations of the Audito rium by Mr. SHUT ER. of this city. The opening performance will commence with the famous five-act Corned* of THB HBIB AT LAW. Dr. Pangl08B.?_.Mr. Wm. Wan-en Cicely..-.?.Miss Josephine Orrori Dick Dowlas._?.Mr. Charles Barron Lady Duberly alias Deborah Dowlas, Miss Emily Mestayer Other character? by the new company. And the Screaming new Faree of SEEING WARBBN. John Downey?~_ .-.~.Mr. Wm. Warren Su ean.Mies Josephine Or (on Dorathy Dibbe.,..Miss Bmiiy Mestayer Pricks of Admission ?Parquet, 60 cents; Dress Circle, 74 cents; orchestra Chairs, Si ; Private Boxee, $8; Family Circle,3? cents; Colored Boxes, Su cents; Colored Gallery, 30 cents, f No extra charge for seenring seats in advance. Doors open at 7 o'clock; curtain will rise at 8 o'clock precisely. Box office open from 9 a. m. to 5 p.m. daily._ FORD'S NEW THEATER. Tenth street, above Pennsylvania avenue. JOHN T. FORD-Proprietor and Manaaer. (Also of Hdlliday Street Theater, Baltimore.) Second Week of the Brilliant Engagement of MR. AND MRS. W. J. ELORENGE. THIS EVENING. SEPTEMBER 5, Tyrone Powers' Beautiful Drama of BOBN TO GOOD LUCK , OR, AN IRISHMAN'S FORTUNE Paudeen O'RafTerty-.-Mr. W. J. Florenoe Tbe Protean Farce of THRICE MARRIED; Or, L?OKYSTARS. Carlotta.._.~~.Mre. W. J. Florence Assuming three character? with a great variety of ber most popular Songs and Dances. Bipple..Mr. W. J. Florence To conclude with the Farce of the YANKBE HOC8BKEEPER. Pegg Ann. a Yankee girl.Mrs W. J. Florence O Conner, an Irish boy-_Mr. W. J.Florence Pbicbs of Admission.?Dress circle, 60 cents; Family Circle, 2? cents- Orcneitra chairs, 75 cents. Private hcxee. $10 and f?; Secured seats tf cents extra Curtain rises at 8 o'clock. PIO NICS, EXCURSIONS, &c BE GRAND PIC NIC ft* _H of the tri A JOURNEYMEN BAKBBS ?? DI8TBICT??f,C0LCMBIA. ^^ to be given at BECKBRT'S GARDEN, (Navy Yard.) on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. TTH. TICKETS. ?O CENTS, admitting a gentleman and ladies. By order of __e? 5-2t* COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. FIRST GRAND FIC BIO of the JOURNEYMEN PLASTERERS' ASSOCIATION, will be given at the WASHINGTON CITY PARK, _8?venth etreet. WBDNB8DAY, Beptember 7. Tbe Committee pledge themselves to spare no pains or expense to make itone of the pleasantest of the season. The celebrated Holy Hill Band has been engaged for the occasion Gates open at 3 o'cloek. Dancing to commence at 4 o'clock. Tickets, 80 Cents, admitting gentleman and Ladies._eep5-3t* BEMBMBBR TUB STABS i lurv, ? ?V^e REM-MBBtt l'US ?l'Atti) *s^Sf \ I Second Grand Afternoon \ ? .__* _\ and Evening- PIC-NIC __L _\ \/~ staVci?b \f 9 will be given at the Wash- T ington City Park, on TUESDAY, September 6th, dancing commencing at 3 o'clock. Tickets, Fifty Cents; admitting a ? ntleman and ladies. Floor Managers? J. ? Ritter. J. Berkhard, C. McDermott. G. Lewis, Ballet Master. sep l-5t* ? THB ISLAND SOCIAL CLUB AKE Great pleasure in announcing to their friends and tbe public generally thati they intend giving their THIBD GB AND PIC NIC At the WASHINGTON PARK, Seventh street. On THURSDAY, Sbptbmbbr 8.1864, The proceeds for the benefit of Mr. Wallersford. who suffered great loss by fire on the 6th day of ? ? ? _, 1 Qfc_l Tickets 80 Cents; admitting a gentleman and la dies. By order of Committee._sep 1-lw* ? L GEORGE KUKBEST, ATE Quartermaster United States Army. Adjusts Officer?, Ordnance, Quartermaster's, and Commissary's ACCOUNTS, 464 Tenth street, au 24-lm?_Washington, D. C. JAY COOKE A CO., BANKERS, Tiptiibtb Strbbt, orroeiTB U. S. Trbabobt, Receive Subscriptions for the NEW O. S. ? 3-10 LOAN authorized by the act of June Soth, 1861. The notes will he issued under date of August 15th, in denominations of 980, 9100, ?800, S1.000 and 98,000, payable to bearer or order, bearing interest at 7 9-10 per eentum per annum, payable aemi-an nnally, and will be convert? ble at the option of the holder at maturity Into atx per cent. Fire Twenty Bonds. We hay and sell? GOVERN MENT BONDS of aU issues. TBBA8UBY NOTE8, CBRTIFICATEB OF INDEBTEDNESS. And COIN, And pay the highest pri?e for QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATE CHECKS. i-ar.tf_JAY COOKB A CO. dftfi OHOICBBTOCE nog S INTBBIOR ADORNMENTS. ?86 ?86 PAPBFHA??GINGB. ?8? A select and varied a oek ef Gilt. Medium and low priced Paperhangings, Borders, Statues, Oea ?a Ptaees.Ao. WINDOW SHADES. Buff, Green, Chocolate, Brown and Gilt Window Shades, a variety of patterns; Shads Fixtures, ?*" "pIOTURB OOBD AND TA8SBL8. Bilk snd Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, dif ferent sixes and colors, a beautiful assortment; Picture Binge, Nails, Ae. OVAL PICTURE FRAMB8. Ths largest assortment of Oval Frames In th? District, warranted to be gilded with gold leaf; aleo a variety of Dark Wood Frame?, with a va ried'?toek of emall-aUad Oval and Carta de Visita *?*?,?_.????????8 AND PAINTINGS. A few choie? Engravings and Paintings always %rd?/*e tar PaperhangiBg and Window Shade? nur eta ally attended to la city or ooanty. Terms cash for goods or labor. Terme ces? MABKRITIE, . _ Ho. 486 Seventh street, . _, _ tT r-tSl* Haht Poors above Odd Fallows' Hall. I'HISISTOGIVE NOTICE, that the subscrl ber hath obtained from the Orphan?' Conrt of Washington county, in the District of Columbi*. tattere of a'minUtration on the pereonal estate of Patrick Larner, late of Washington, D.O., de ceased. All persons having claims against the ?aid deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the ?am?, with ih? vouchers thereof, to the subscri ber on or before the 6th day of February next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit of said est?t?. Given under my hand this ?th day of February, \n?fr-ta-3w? JOH? H. BUJB1LL. AdraT. HAM? AN D BBEAKFA8T BACON, of a ?speri or iuality.luet received ?ad tar sata ?heap, by MBSeaM 6*0. T. SMITH A QO , ?ilKar*. TELEGBAPHIO NEWS. Official AVar jBullotinw. Ben. Rosseau ia Pursait ef Wheeler?The Rebel General Kelly mortally Wound ed itar ly Re treating up the Sheaaadoab? Sheridan's Force After Him. [????? BULLBTIN. ? War Darabtmbnt. > Wabhibotobt, September 3,1864.) Major General Dix, New York: No Intelligence from Atlanta later than my telegram of last night has been received. Tbe telegraphic lines between Nashville and Chat tanooga were broken last night by Wbeeler, and we baye had nothing South of Nashville to-day. This accounts for the absence of later information from Atlanta. No doubt is entertained here of the correct ness of the reports received last night, which cerne from two independent source??, besides tbe official dispatch of Gen. Slocum. An official report this evening from Nash ville states that the damage done by Wbeeler to tbe railroad will be speedily repaired, and tbat Wbeeler had retreated, den. Rousseau is in pursuit. In an engagement between Rousseau's and Wheeler's forces, the rebel General Kelly was mortally wounded, and is in our hands. A telegram from Gen. Sheridan states that Early has retreated up the Shenandoah Valley and is pursued by Sheridan with his whole army; and tbat Averill had attacked Vaugban's cavalry, and captured twenty wagons, two battle-flags, a number o? prisoners, and a herd of cattle. tDWiK M. Stantok, Secretary of War. FROM SHERMAN. Atlanta Our??The Glorious News Con firmed?Despatch from <?en. Sherman? Inemy flee in tbe Plight?Their Maga zine? Destroyed?Union Lsbb not 1,200 in Killed and Wounded?Capture of 1,500 Rebel Prisoner?. 24 Gun?, Ac? [SECOND B?LLBTIH.] Wabhihgtoh, Sept. 4, ie?4. To Major General Dix, New York : Tbe following telegraphic despatch from Gen. Great has just been received : " City Poiht, Sept. 3.?Hon. E. M. Stanton : I bave a Richmond paper to-day. It contains a rumor of a battle at Atlanta, but says that, the War Department baying no official infor mation, it declines to form an opinion from tbe rumors. I bave no doubt, however, but Sher man has gained a great success there. '? Before the despatch of last night was re ceived, announcing the occupation of Atlanta by our troops, tbe fact was kiown to our pick ets. Tbe rebels hallooed over to our men that Sherman bad whipped Hood; that the latter had lost forty thousand men, and that onr troops were in Atlanta. ?? All quiet bere. " U. S. G rant, Lieut. Gen." Our southwestern telegraph lines continue down, and this, with a heavy storm that com menced in the afternoon, and Is sUll prevailing beyond Louisville, may damage the Unes so as to binder tbe arrival of d?tails from Atlanta for a day or two. Edwin M. Stahtow, Secretary of War. j THI RD 1?CI.LKTIN.J Washington, Sept. 4?9 p. m. To Major General Dix, New York : General Sherman's official report of the cap ture of Atlanta has just been received by this Department. It Is dated twenty- six miles sooth of Atlanta, at G o'clock yesterday morning, bnt was de tained by the breaking of the telegraphic lines mentioned in my dispatch of last nigbt. ??As already reported, tbe army withdrew from about Atlanta, and, on tbe 30th, had made a break of tbe West Point road, and reached a good position from which to strike the Macon road, the right (Howard) near Jones bora, tue lett (Scbofleld) near Rough-and-Ready, aud center (Thomas) at Couch's. "Howard found the enemy in force at Jones boro, and intrenched bis troops?the salient within half a mile of the railroad. "The enemy attacked him at 3 p. m , and was easily repulsed, leaving his dead and wounded. "Finding strong opposition on tbe road, I advanced on the left and center rapidly to tbe railroad, made a good lodgment, and broke it all tbe way from Rough-and-Ready down to Howard's left, near Jones boro- and, by the same movement, I interposed m; whole army between Atlanta and the part of the enemy en trenched in and around Jonesboro. " We made an attack on the enemy at Jones boro on tbe 1st of September, tbe llth corps. General Jeff. C. Davis, carrying the works handsomely, with ten guns and about a thou sand prisoners. ??In the night the enemy retreated south, and we bave followed bim to another one of bis hastily constructed lines, near Lovejoy's Sta tion. "Hood at Atlanta, finding me on his road, the only one tbat could supply him, and between bim and a considerable part of his army, blew up bis magazines in Atlanta, and left in tbe nighttime, when the 20th corps, Gen eral Slocum, took possession of the place. ?So Atlanta is ours, and fairly won. "Since the 5th of May we have been in one constant battle or skirmish, and need rest. Our losses will sot exceed twelve hundred, and we bave possession of over three hundred rebel dead, two hundred and fifty wounded, and over fifteen hundred well. "W. T. Sherman, Major General." A later dispatch from General Slocnm, dated at Atlanta last night, 3 p. m., states that the enemy, on evacuating Atlanta, destroyed seven locomotives and eighty-one cars, loaded with ammunition, small arms, and stores, and left fourteen pieces of artillery, most of them unin jured, and a large number of small arms. D'sorters are constantly coming into our linee. Edwi? M. Staktoh, Secretary of War. ARMT OF THE POTOMAC. Rebel Deserters Coming la. ?Correspondence of the Associated Press.] 3 Information from the Army of the Potomac, dated Saturday, states that Private Seiden S. Chandler, of battery K, 4th United States ar tillery, Friday suffered the extreme penalty of tbe law for having deserted his command dur ing active operations. A detail from the pro vost guard of the 2d division of the 2d corps performed tbe sad duty. Tbe culprit addressed his fellow soldiers, ad monishing them against the crime of desertion. He then sat down on his coffin when the chap lain offered up prayer; after which ale eyes were bandaged. In a few minutes he gave the signal that be was ready, and eight bullets en tered his breast, killing him instantly. He leaves a wife and two daughters to mourn his fate. Another culprit, named Alwriter, was to have suffered the same fate, but managed to effect bis escape to tbe enemy a day or two ago. The enemy's cavalry made their appearance on onr left this morning, near Reams' Station, and after some slight skirmishing with our pickets, fell back. Deserters come in nightly, claiming the bene fit? ot General Grant's late order, giving them protection and employment, if they wish it, not forcing them into the service. Twelve came in yesterday. __ _ All is quiet this morning. MoGkboor. Meeting ef the National Telegraphic Union. __ Philadbxpbta, Sept. 3?The National Tele graphic Union will assemble to-morrow at the St. James Hotel, Walnnt street. Delegates from most of the principal dues in the Union wUi be present, many of them having arrived In the city yesterday and to-day. The Union is composed of tbe principal telegraph operators throughout the country, aad is an association formed for social snd benevolent purposes. Its officers are Mr. James G. Smith, of New York, president; C. W. Hammond, of St. Louis, vice president; T. A. Davln, of Boston, secretary and James Patrick, ot Philadelphia, treasurer naval Supply-ship Baraed. Fobtbbsb Mobbob, Sept. 3.?The naval supply-ship Brandy wine, lying at Norfolk, took fire last night, and te consumed, with all the stores oa board. Loss heavy. Boosts and money saved. _ Movements ef General?. Caibo, Sept 3.?Memphis papers of the 30th nit. announce the arrival of General?^Smith and G rterson, with their respective ? e JO II I NOS OVER THE VICTORY AT ATLANTA. Oawsoo, ?. Y , Sept 3?A saint* of a hun dred goes was fired to-day by the ifUh United States infantry, stationed in Fort Ontario. The military subsequently paraded ia commemc ration of the victory at Atlanta. TaoT, ?. ?, Sept. 3 ? A aalute of a hundred guns wss fired in this city to-day in honor ot Gen. Sherman's victory at Atlanta. ???t???, Sept. 3.?A salute of a hundred guns we? fired to-day at Boston Common, aa an ax presston of the public rejoicing at the captara of Atlanta. There were salutes also at Lynn, Belfa?; an* other places. Bvrralo, ?. Y., Sept. 3 ?The fall of Atlanta waa celebrated to-day by the display ot flags, and this evening by the discbarge of cannon. New Lestes, Ct., Sept. 3.?A hundred gun? were fired to-day in honor of Sherman's bril liant victory and th? fall of Atlanta. Sabatooa, N. Y., Sept 3.?Tb? bell? war? rung and a hundred guns fired in honor of th? fall of Atlanta. Rbadibo, Sept. 3.?Quita an excitement pre vails in Beading to-day. The bells are ringing, cannons are firing, and the people generally are rejoicing over the victory at Atlanta. [Dispatches from Rochester, N. Y., New Haven, Ct., and other places, indicate tbe pop ular enthusiasm in Gen. Sherman's move ments and the reported capture of Atlanta? Qa.J _ WHEELER'? RAID. From a prisoner captured by General Rous seau, we learn several particular? relatif? to the Wheeler raid, of the highest importane?. Wheeler's force consists of the divisions of Wharton, Keller, and Howls, and tbe brigada of Williamson, in all numbering 4,500 men, together with 12 pieces of artillery? 9 parr?te, and 3 howitxers. After crossing the fitoieton, the force waa divided, one half taking tue road to Sparta direct, and the other moving down the Sequntchie Valley: but the two united at Spar ta again, and proceeded in the direction ot McMlnnville. Tbe force under Oen. Rousseau, which left Wednesday night, encountered the rebels about 7 miles from here, and drove them back. The losa o nbotb ? idee ia trifling. At tbe latest in telligence last night, our forces were still ira pursuit, the rebels, however, falling baokaiow ly. Considerable railroad track has been tora np between here and Murfreesboro. Tbe city was full of rumora yesterday, rela tive to victories by Wheeler, and his prese??? in front of the city, Ac, set afloat by rebel sym pathizers; but they did not succeed in fright ening any one. Tbe out and out copperhead* divided their time between reiolcing over Wheeler's movement? and hurrahing for Mc Clellan. Later ?A courier left Rousseau's beadq Bar ters at 3 o'clock p. m, and arrived here at bait past four. Rousseau had driven th? rebels to a point 13 miles from the city, and was still driv ing them. We had lost 7 killed, and ? nnmber wounded, and picked up IS dead rebels, and? captured 27 prisoners. Latest ? Another eourier left at ? p. m., and errived at eight. Wheeler had then Aoandoaed tbe railroad and was retreating toward the Tennessee River. Qen. Rousseau, however, hopes to be able to intercept him in his flight.? Nashville Union, Sept. id. Thb City of Atlabta.?The city of Atlan ta contains about twenty thousand inhabit ?ita? h ve thousand have been added by refagees and Government officials since the war began. Being in the haart of the O-utf State?, it waa supposed to be peculiarly safe and therefore well adapted for armories, arsenals, and sup ply depot?. It was moreover th? centre of thai railway system of that section, whence sae-u and material could be advantageously distri buted to all points . Three mala railroad? di verged from it: the road to Chattanooga on the north; the Georgia road, running east to Cbar Iestoven, and the road on the south, which forks into tbat leading to Montgomery and Per. sac?la on the southwest, and into that run ning through Macon to Savannah on tbe south east. Tbe city is laidontintoaelrcle, tan miles in diameter. It forma, aays a recent refugee, one vast Government storehouse. Here ara located the machine shops of th? principal railroad; the moat extensive rolling mill in tha South, foundries, pistol and tent factories, Ac. In addition, the Government have works for casting shot and shell, making gun carriage?? cartridges, caps, shoes, clothing, Ac. Tha steady advance of Sherman through or around strongholds of a greatly superior nature haa doubtless compelled the transfer of much ot the machinery and warlike stores elsewhere. Thb Londoh Times ok Fabbagtjt.?The London Times of August 2?, in an editorial on the latest war news, says of Admiral Farra gut: ?< Admiral Farrago t has been the most suc cessful of all tbe Federal officers. His achieve ment in tbe present case Is, as we bave said, ?irecisely similar to bis operations at New Cr eare, although the struggi? in this instane? has been far more severe. In both caaee be has run the gauntlet of forts, supported by a fleet. At New Orleans the Gon federate? were very ill prepared; but his success in the pr?s ent instance, against what we may suppose to be the matured defences of two forts, cannot but be instructive to na at a time when we are occupied with a scientific contest between ships and gana. It wonld aeem that where? the passage of a fleet cannot be obstructed, it can always run the gauntlet of forts at the ex pense of a certain amount of loes. Tbe defeat of the Federata before Charleston has princi pally arisen from the facility witb wbtcb the Confederates have obstructed the channels, and have thus been able to detain the Federal fleet nnder the fire of their torts. We ehall look with Interest for the details of this en gagement, in the expectation that tbey wUl throw some light on this disputed point of naval warlare." An Axolo-Kebkl Estimate op Gbsbbal. Grabt.?The Richmond correspondent of tbe London Times gives the following estimate of General Grant: "It is impossible to resist speculating upon the question whether, after a review of the campaign of the last two months, it la reason able to pronoun ce Grant a great General?to put him on the same platform as Lee. ? will at once avow my own conviction, which is shared by every one worth listening to in S? cesela, that not one of Grant's predecessore ia Virginia have shown one tithe of tbe tenacity, energy, celerity, and resolution which the re cent campaign has set down to Grant's credit McClellan, Hooker, Pope, or Burnslde would have gone back after the battle of the Wilder ness, and would never have got euch an effort as was made at Spottsylvania Conrt House out of a beaten army. Bot, after giving Grant due credit for vigor in handling his men and keeping them compactly together (which is the greatest difficulty a Federal General en counters), I am unable to see tbat his concep tion of his campaign waa able, though it must be confessed tbat tbe strange incompetency of Butler made half of Grant's plan a fiasco be fore it waa eommenced. Thb Wbldob Railroad.?The Richmond papera affect to regard the occupation ot tbe Weldon road by Gen. Warren aa of minor con sequence, but tbe following, which appears la a letter to the Petersburg Express, from Hill's corps, tells a difieren t story : *? The unsuccessful efforts of onr forces ta dislodge the enemy had the effect to still far ther depress us, and when, during tbe paaC five or six days, we learned tbat tbe enemy were gradually extending tbeir lines down th? road, hope gave way to a feeling of deep de spair. We prepared for the wont, and many, we regret to say, have realized all and more than they expected." Though the enemy have since regained tbe road below him, Gen. Warren still bolda oa to bis position._ ???t of Livi we ? ? C ? ? Ano? A letter wri ter says:?Tbe coat of living ta higher in Chicago than in any other city In the country, aa far aa my Information goes. Here, where we slaughter a million and a quarter of boca in. a season, mess pork baa ruled higher than in New York. Onr prairies ought to prodoce an abundance of butter, we are ? .tying 45 cents a pound. Onion? are ft per bushel; potatoes ?2: peaches #4 per basket; coal 032 per ton; wood from BIO to ?13, with an addition of S3 for sawing and splitting; and ao we go through the whole catalogne of family expenses. S3" Franz Muller, tbe alleged murderer of Mr. Briggs in a railway car in England, was on Saturday placed on board tbe steamship Etna, and is now on his way to England, where his trial will take place. He is in ?barge of Mr. Tanner, tbe English police officer who came hither to arrest him, and to whom be was delivered on board tbe vessel. ?sTYonng women In Sonth Merrimack maes t? a day and their board at reaping, and are often seen ?cornine through the rye"ae last as th? native tarmer? Do tbey ?t?t -meet a body 7"??5pria?/teld Republic?*. BW In Isaenan, Gersnany, tb? ?nicrreo* (che mise! ot tbe women wlH often be banded do wn and worn for three generations?which ta a fact that might profitably be pondered by tbe daughters of America. SWA, National Boiler Insurance Company /limited) bas leen formed in London, to afford ta? meas? of providing against tha risk of loes, both of property and life, from the explosion ol ? team boilers. MT A little girl in Albany fell Into a hogs head of boiling water on Friday and was jc aid ed to death. ???There is a man in Chieopee. Mas?,, way? makes three barrels of heir pins * day by mm* ?binary.