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;l E VA K h 1 a I i I! ; t ii li V,t'H WASniNQTON, D. O. W. J. MURTAGH ACOFOPUatUCEa 8. P. EANSUOM, EDITOR. i wtin all tni tobk rBKit aba. mi LiKcour Washington, October I, ISH All lettersrtlattngto the Subset) ptionof.or drtrtlslag la, th BxrvBUCAK eboutd ed Imml to the publisher, H abore. All letUr or eommunlcatloa intodd foi publication, or In any way relating to th editorial department of the paper, hould be Jdreeeed to th dttor. aa abore. Buclncie ud other eorreapondent wll greatly obUg tho Publlebar end tt Editor b) complying with Uil abor inggeellon. To Couroonrrv No noUco out be akenotancnymouaeommuuteatloai. What Ttr U Intended far luertlon unit bo aulheri- letted by tho name kail additteot th wrl r oot tMcenarlly for publication, but a i guerantyof Ittgood faith. 1 Ws tannat undertake to return rejected on analeatlca. AmaacnaeaU To-Slgbt, Oum'i Thxatkb MartlnetU Rerel troupe, end other attraction. Ford' TniATM MireticV grind lulleo. Opera. Fabir or Tnnxu at Odd Fellows' Hall. Bto-b & Robstoi's Commbatiob Cin- Corner Nw Vork arenue and Sixth trot V&H Aububok & Co.'s MKmasRiB, combined with Thayer It Neyte' Clrctu Slxlh etrtet, near Tent ejlvanle arena. MONDAYmim :m.iiiiAPBIL3)l86S. RKTUUS OF MRU. Z.IMCOI.9I Kit OU CITY POINT. Mr. Lixcouv returned from City Point yesterday, tearing the Fretldent on board the Biter Queen In the Appomattox titer. Gen. Gbakt bad promised Preildent Lin ooui that If be would remain at City Point lorty-elghl houra longer be would afford him an opportunity to tUH Illcbmond We hr teen that Gen. Grabt ha fulfilled hit pledge. n UNION lLLUatlAIATIO. Uy order of the Gorernment the public linlldlng In the city will bo Illuminated to rnorrow (Tuesday) evening. We hope our tjlllieu will Ulomlnate thtlr private dwell lug and building alao. The Maahattan Lira Iaarauce Cam pany'a Mew Untitling. Thli butlulag, ttttutly eompltled, It one ol the htae'ioDiMI in New York. It It of whltt uaib'r, tnthe Italian ttflt, end waa created taatnaeof oa huacrtd thouaaBit dol lar!, aitiated ta Broadway, batmen UbertJ atrett and ttaldea last, It prtacntt an Ira poal g eleratlon, with tta fluted Corlothtar plleatert aad totumnt, and tti acmt-elicuUr htadrt optalata and I edlmectt. The Irtt atery la occuplid by Itadleg Ore taturanea eorapanlet, on clthtr elde tf the aatraaar, aad the grand iitllol theSJaiihatlai Lib loauraaa Coaipany at Ita ttimlaatlos Tela hall U ) f at deep, 40 Icctwldtand ta feet In lielht, tnrlehed bypllatttrt,pedeetali and estaulatur of the Cotlalhlan order, iui aaouattd byaliotad eellinr, handaomtly or aaaaeated, aad lUhtcd by a dome 90 feet Is diameter. Th flior la of rauu4eliy of rich deilgo, pleatlnfly Inlaid with maple, walrjut aad other bard wosda. At the end of ibe apartment It a railed deli, eurroutded by an oraan.ental eoeloeure lot the preildent, toumaadli; th entire oniee Oa Ihar.gUt of th cntraaea I the atairal aient't compartment, appropriately fitted Tha Oltloga generally are of tarred walnuti they laelude aorue thteol.ucded drawere, and coat about Ore tbouaaad nollara. Th phyalelan'a room la In tloaa proximity to th prttbUot. Th bu Idlag 1 of an L form on plan, aed ha a fioat on Liberty atreet. Here t the dirt atora' loom, 40 fett by 18, tattlly flolihcd, opening Into th large hall. The upjer part of th edlSr It occupied by Imuranc, mlr. leg ad other offleea, approached byantllj" tloal alalrcaar. Th lewrr atory It ol Inn, with Dortt eolumat, andther promlacnt In euraace eompantei liar thelrotacc oa either eld. The erection ta 140 feet deep and (I feet high, with lul-etllare to tha depth of IS feet Mr. J. Cutler Snook, of Lhaubet itrcct, la Ihearthlteet. Th lur.ll'ur for th dlrce'ora' loom ta x eadtagly oraatei It waa prepared expreaeli aad li Inatrlbcd with tut monogram of th company. Mr. J. W. Eunttntonli th repititutatlr of th company In our city. aeiaaral Grant upon the Hltnatloa. fn a recent letter to hit f ther at Coring' toa, Xtntueky, General Grant aayn We are now harlot: floe weat-.er, and I think will be abl a to wind up mitten about Blahmond aoon. lam anxlou to bare Le hold on where he la a abort time longer, to that 1 can gtt htm Into a potttlon where be mnit lote a gteat portion of hit army. The ribilllon baa loet Ita rltal- tty, aad II I am not mlataken, there will be no rebel army f aey great dliienelon a le wttaabenc. Any great e ttaatroph to any of our arm' would, of couiec, mlrotbe exenr for a abort time, but 1 taped noauab thing to happen." Prom City Point, Th Valtad Itatea mail atctnar, Thoroaa Collycr, with the malic aad pataaigera, ar nrel at the tlath atreet wharf thta moraine at 4 0 o'clock, harlng made one of the quick. It runt oa record. Ihe lelt city 1'olat ) n tcrdcy morning at I0M o'clock, alopping one hour at Fortran Monroe, II mlnutea at rolnt Llokout, and to mlnulea at alexandrla, and arrlndat her nioor.nge at fouro'e ockand twenty mlnulea thla morning, Ibe brought M leMlomctrt a pilaontra of war. The paa aeagtrt report beartig firing te tberttad lert city rolnt. lUntl Pr paratlm to Kraeaate Ita. lelgb. Adlepatch rccetred from Goldiborv' iia th rebele hare completed all preparation to cremate Balelgh. All Jeroti of th (tat Ojttrmaat hare been rcmored to Crone. noma . n. ai win at an turp ua military etorca Otn ral tehcflald baa levied a contribution of 100,(0) ration of meat and flur upon th atutcni, BftCMMBr SiwauD and Lis party re turotxl from their excurilon. to tlty Point yt. Urday alternoer, much refreebed by their trip. VICTORIES! On to Richmond Grand Union Success! Destruction of tho Southsido Ballroad. The Rebel EatreBebneRU Carried oO CANNON AD 12,000 MEN CAPTCUED GeB.8berId&B'iC&a1rj Sweeping Ercrjlfalug Before Thf. "AM. IEEHI WUL" WITH OMX, GRANT'S ARMT. OFFICIAL RKPORT3 FROM LT, QEN. GRANT, IN TUB FIBLD, TO TOE COUUAKDEniN. OUIKF OF TUE AIIUIBB AHD HAVIBB. THE PRESIDENT TO THE PEOPLE The following offlrial dlipatebe of re cant operation In tha Bald ar ommnnl. rattd by th Preildent to th Ftopl of tha th United BUte! nan DitriToa. Citt Toibt, Ta., Ills. m., Marth It, IM. At I II p. m., to-day, Otnaral Giaot tele- irapbed m ac follower '-Thar baa been naah bard Sibling thlt morning. The enemy dror our left from ntar Dabnty'ehouHbatk wall ttwarda lbeBjd- ton plank toad, w are now aboat to take he orrenalre at that potnt, aad, I hope, will more man reeorer to lot! ground." La ar, ht ttleartaphad again ai follow! "Our troopt, after btleg drlren baakoa to tht Boydlon plank road, turned and drove the tntmyln turn aad took tha White Oak road, wheh wa now hara. Thla glree ac the treund occup.ed by th enemy tale morning, I will lend you a rebel tig captured ayaur troopaja during the enemy tiMk. There hare been four nage eaptaied to-day," Judging by the two point from which Gen. Orant talcgrapba, 1 later that be mnred hla leacquartire about one tail tint ht tint th lira of the two dlipalthei. (flgned) A. Llacour. IBCOID DtlTATCB. "Citt Poit, ta-, April 1-4 M p. a. "Adli.it.h te jeat reeelred ahowlng that thettdan, aided by Warren, bad at p. m. puthed th taemy back le at to retake the rire Forke, and bring hie own bea'.ojaattera jp to 1. Boiaiau'e. Tha Fie Forkt wire sarrlcaded by the eatmy and earl lad by DarU't dlrlilonof earalry. Thla portion of the enemy ateu now te be trying to woik tloog tht White Oak road to Jala Ihe mala Oreo la front of Oaacral Oraa', while Gene- rail Iharldan and Wartea ar prilling them u cloecly ac poaalbl. (Vgnrd) "A. Lucoli." TBIRD Diirircn. Cut ToiaT, Ta., Aprlll-taOa H. "Laat alfbt Genu Grant telegraphed that Oca. ahetldao, with bit earalry and the lth lorpiihad lapturtd three brigade! of Infantry, train of wagont, and aereral balteriet, aad prtaonera amouattng to aereral thouiaad Thla raernlitg G in. Grant harlag ordered ttlMk ajeig At tatefc Mm, tcllfrafha acfol Iowa i "Bjth Gem. Wright and fark hare got through the enemj'i Unci. Th batllt now rajei furiouily. Uen. (herldaa, wllk hla carelry, th lth orpi, and Mllea' dirtiloa of the Bd aorpc, rhtch waa tent tohtmalaeeoae o'clock thlt aornlng, la now eveeytny down from tht weat. tU neiciccte Af.Jtiir ercielle. "Gineral Ord la engaged, hut 1 bar not yet icaid the remit from hit front. (-Igncd,) "A. Ltaeout roturn DiirAtsB.) 1 Cur Ioikt, Ta., April a-tl a. m. "Dlipatihea are frequently coming la. All tagiiagon Andy. "General Fark, Wright and Ord, extending (Tom the Appomatox to lUtehcr'e Bun, Aeee all broken IkrcvgX IAc ceuny't enlreileAeg feMC, 'tklny coauorfr, gunl end prflmerl. "Iheildan, with Ma owa earalry and the Filth corp., and patt el the lecond, la eomlog In on the cnen)'a flank, end Oemret WrtjMK abeifyfefnff vft9 Mt'KtUt JlaUreed. (Signed,) "A. Ltaeoui." rirru DiirATcn. "Citt roiT, Ta., April a- p. m. " At to 49 a. m. General Grant telcgrapti aa follOWBl " Crtrjthlng haa been eartltd from th left of th Math Corpe. " Th llxth Corpe alone captured more than 9J0M prlconera. rfTh Beeood and Twenty-fourth Corpi cap tured forte, gum, and prlaoaeri from the en taiy, bat 1 eanaot tell tha number, " We aee now alealne around the worha ejf the line Immediately enveloping Fleiebrg. All looka ramtrkablr wall. "I bare not yet heard from General thatl dan. Hie heaaquarteri hara been moved np to T. Baaka' houic, near the B.ydtoa read, about three mllec aoulhweit of Fatcrtburg. " A. Lucou." IIITB SUFATCB. Citt Four, April f-S.ro F. M. At 4.M P. M. toay General Grant talc grapba aa follow I ' IT arc near tu and tew a muM atuae line if trotptt end fn a fettcwrl will tccafrcewiedyVeea IK) AffnuUtm Melt F.bnturt; It tht rir MINI Tc wtc!c eeyadarie nncc lae era tlniU eta) witl not aaetaal Ulni lawi Iwetec Uceiatvi iMa, and probablyfay ylwci ttUUrg. I do not know the numotrel men and gum anurate- ly, however." "A portion of Central Foettr'i Dlrlilonof the Twenty-fourth Corpi made a moat gallant charge thlt afteraoon, and captured a rcrr Important fort Iron the enemy, with Ita en tin gatr lion." "All teemi Well with ut and tverythlng u quiet Jutt now. (algncd) "A. Libiou." From lavaaaah. Nsw Yokx. Anrll 3. Tha tteamer Arago, from Hilton Ilead, brings flic of me oarannan Ji.raia to the soih or March, lno uilve. Tho rebel conicrlptloa officer were being rceiaicu et Auuava, aua tue peop'o gene rally conilder the Confederacy a hopcleai. Unndrudi aie returning to their home and bnilnct. Mr. Kllbonrn, the Trcuury gent, waa in caranaau, en routo lor aernanoina, to tatabllah an agencyT MImm. HIiarrM.nla ..anlnra ut fl.w-nn.l. ICO steamship and steamer, lSihlp, 4 ung, ana uo acaooncr care enterea we port. The Tillage of Mltcbellirlll, by It loyal leader, la to choosu for It government a recorder, mtrihil, and councllmen. Only frcedmen are to rot, and the tickets nom inated are of the time elate, Tblt ll on or the reforms la South Carolina. Three Cheers for the Frobablo Burronderof Petors . burg To-day. The President Goes to the Front To-day. Half of Gen. Leo's Army De stroyed or' Captured. -an , The Fretldent telegraph tbU morslog that Petersburg ta su'ronnded by the combined force of lh Union armle. Tho Frtxldrat wM Join Oan. Grant at th front to-day, and will probably makaa trlnmphant entre Into tbo city before night. lb elrt.lt. aronnd Richmond growa "imall by degrees, and beantlfally leu." LnUinm m. Ho baa lt htlf ef Mi armyarer thirty thowand harlng eW JbHed, weunAxJ, and tapturtA sin to and In- eluding tho Fort Bteedmen battle. Burning af the Iteaaner Oca, t.yoa Terrlkla Lace ofLlfe. Nrw Tobx, April 3. The etoemer Oen. Sedgwick, from Wilmington, N. C, on the 30ib, bat arrived. Bhe report that on the Slat, at 10 30 s. m., off Bat terat. the law a iteamer In ihore on fire, which proved to both iteamer Gen. Lyon, from Wilmington for Fortreti Monroe with fonr or Are hundred troopt and refu geei on board. Th wind blew a gale, and the iteamer conld not launch her boat, bnt went at near to her a potilbls and picked np a many a the could from the boat' ipan, woodwork, Ac. Seven wtre from the hoipltal at Wilmington. The (lit given of tbote tared on the Sedzwlck comcrliea onlr tneutv-elzht name, Including noil of the ofSceri of in byon, ana a tew retagee and aomieri or the 89lb and 0th New Yoik, 83d and Mlb Illlnoli and 5th Ohio. A achooner wai teen picking np the men. bnt It It not known how many ihe urea. When th Bedgwlck left the Lyon had bnrnt to a hell, and wai fatt drifting to the breaker!. LOCAL AFFAIRS. A Sabbath, or Ibtbaiit at E Btmit BArniT CnuacH Fortereralwcckcaiertct of relltoua meettnga bar been held at thla thuieh of more than ordinary luterett. Yetteiday I wai piaunt at the Sabbath Behool and. bealdca flndlnr tha aeialoa room tilled with all ajree, carefully itmlylng the Bible, I waa Impreited with the earoc.t ccc and colcmnlty that charac'erlicd all the ciaaice. At it o'clock Dr Gray, th paator.preaohcd from the pae.age, " the Church of the living Ond" Ihe large congrtjetloa wtre Cecply afl-icted. " ' At IK o'clock Ihe Doctor gare the hand cf welcome atu reiiowtnip, la nenair ol hla brethren, to Umt ihrtt perioni, who, by thla act, were added to the church. litem that a number of youog eonrertc ere now awaiting hepttcm preparatory to admla lion. The prayer-raretlng that preceded th pub lic exereliee In th rettng, and which le o jr. dueled I r the young membere, waa largely at tended. The Doctor preached at IX o'clock fromtb word i "If they do thcie thtnrclnthe green tree, what ahall be done In the d y t" I harcacldom ebeerred auth deep feeling aa wia manlfeeted by thla larae audience. At the eloee of the aermbn. the oaatrir. after tnrltloa all to remain who e mid. dlamlaaad ihe engrgtloa, en that tboi who were obliged te leave culd do io without dliturb- lag me pn eeeuingi. a large numncr il malned for prat er, and many exprcieed ttelr anilaty to become Chrlatalna. I learn that mtetint e are to be held ever crenlog thla week. The public are Inrlted to attend. All peraoni wlihloe rcligiouiconrrr ta'lon are Inrlted to mret the paator at the ciiion noom, ai I o'cicc,p. ru. Dutbcctivb Fihb. Salnrday erenlng about I ii'ilook, a deitruotlve lire occurred altha Froroat fdarahal'aolDM,onthearenua, near Flflecn-and-a-haff atreet, end tn eframe bulldlnge occupied by Colonel Ingrabam were entirely diltioved. Tta riluabl papere and a large amount of property were eared. An Iron aafe, containing moaey, walebec, Ac , be longing to reeel pruoaer waa eared, ei wie all the Important paera belooelog both to General Auier'a an I Colon. I Incrahan'a headquarter!. Th ttablet and orderllea' quartert were eeverf, ee well aa all th hiect txlongtcg to budquarttn. a pornon or sua ninin aaa Tenth veteran Beeerea Corpe weta at band, andrealared In ra'uable aid In earing Girernmeat property. The police were out in lorce, a rtd by their eniatcnt tuper ntendeqt, Rienaidi, and did much to preeerra piaec aid uroaertr. Colonel Ingeaham, and Captain Kuaaell, of hlcttan were prcicnt, and many well-timed Buggeiunne mane nyineae oruecr wrear rled out to tha le ter. Th burning of thee bulldlnn will eauia lome temporary Inconvenience, but the bual na oi uowi ueoerai AUer anu IJOIOOCI In graham will b earned on forth precentat No. Ut FourUcnlh tlreet. Robbxbt. On Kitorday night a loldler. named feter Lackey, Commlaaary Sarae.nt at narewooa nocpuai, went into the Weitcrn hotel, corner of MaiUa alley and Peanaylra itsarenur. when be waa aaiatled beflnnr clx men alandln-attbebarloratraat. Lac key treated them, when the proprietor told htm at wai tha bill He took nua hla nA-i.attiiw.ir I eontatnlnp aliout thlrtr dollara. and r.vti tha 1 5?i'f "p5,r t-'V" m,"'"-?1,rV? oa? alollar changi. Sod of tha party atandlng by then threw towel over Lacke' bead and took hie Doeketbook. Sergeant ttonlnwtir otlGed, who, with eer eral of tha onion of bit praelnct, cuetteded la erreitlng Wm. II. Seamin, J. II. Flynn, Samuel Miller, Bobert Lynch, Jamea Metlnt, and J. ). Colllat. Ihey were taken before Julttce Glberton aad committed to Jill for ivuih I I I NATT YABD RlTTBtt or Brcurri.T Ixwabd. The revenue cutter Mortheracr, ueuicnaat iieariquet. armed at tbeirard teitorday afternoon at Bra o'clock from Ity F tut, harlag on board Secretary Seward and party. Th dlipatch aleamee Bal'lmora arrived jeilerJar aftaroeaa, baring on board ihe membere of the Board of I equity, lately or. gultcd by order of the Sccraury ut the Nary. .. . A SuaauT'O to tbs Showmen. Kditob BcrtaucAK Will rod pl.aae aak the pro prtttoriol tha combined Clrtut and Ueoage rle now exhibiting In tbia e ty to girt an ex hibition of their menagerie wVhoui the a rauc Derla.mancjt lhle will acaommodata ami oblige many perdue aaa famtllea who donet dralre to attend the elrcua. I make thlaaug J action at Ihe requtct at an iteaed clerical rland, aad I hope It will be compllld with. Beepeetfully, Ae., C. . L. !'' AUabd. So great It the demand for Proleecor St eelVUvaloable remedlec for th hair and aea'p that h haa beta Induced to open an efnee in tha Waahlngton Building on Frnneylvanla avenue, cornel ef Seventh itrcct, woere he can be loniulted lor a few dart for all dltiiiei of the acalp aad hair. Call and examine th molt reliable ally televeneee. koom No. 8, cccond floor. No eaae underta ken unlet th hair tan b reetorcd. lABBATB SCBOOL COBOSBT. The ad mlrereof th lloglng of th Sabbath School of Ber. lr. Ourlej'a church will bi pltaaed to hear that the tthool lipcel to lire a conceit and fea'lral on Tueedty ereiilcr, the 4th Instant. The pi oeeeda will b for tn bcntni of Ihe a-Jiool. a.. TlUIBB & NOTII' ClBOUS AWD Ml Aaxaia arc dolcg an Immenie buttaeit on Sixth etreit, touth aide of th Arenue, near tha aanal. Tha manifold attramlona of thl gnat i.o ar well apprcolited by tk public. Coukt db Mobmt, pretdBt of th French BenaU, Is rery HI of bronchitis. SECOND EDITION POUB O'OIiOOK. P.M. TUB KIWI IX THKOITV. The official announcement of tha fall of Richmond waa glren to tha public In an extra from thU office (n adeann of all tern p.ltonr about half pait eleven to-day. from two to three hundred of our lnd.ni trlou newiboy toon Mattered the Rbfob Uoar Extrai tbronghont every ward In tho DlilrlcU The Jojfnl tiding waa announced to the clerk of the aereral department, and incy were dlimlited from further dnllca, for the day. atM with bandi playing and banner flying, wero iron tccn parading the ilreeti. Tho clllteni mercbanti, mechanic! and w orklngmcn Joined In the general Jublloe, In leai than one hour from the lime the newi rticlied tho city, mais-meetlngi were aiicmbledat the Siate and War Depart ment!. Secretary 8bwabi and other ad dreiied the former, and Secretary Btaxtot, Senator BnaTiMiH (right from hi brother! Tlctorlom army la North Carolina) and other addreiied the latter. The Secretary of War and the Becretery of the Niry hare luued th appropriate order for military and naval lalnlii In honor of the great victory. Onr people are wild with excitement. Everybody li ibaklng the hand of every body die. Tho colored peopl r partic ularly delighted at the Idea that General WimtL's cor. cvmpofd eeAolly ofllatl frooyit, were the flnt to enter and capture Richmond! Here and there, upon the avenue- and at tho window! of certain dwelllngi may be een a melancholy icceih face weeping over "cruthed bopei." Flagi are flying from almoit erery pnbllc and a great many private building!. The Utile boyi and girl are waring theitarry banner ctery where that we go. Rejoicing la the order of the day, and we hare no donbt that will be the order of the nlgbt. Serenade! and lllnvlnatloni will crown tha Jubilee of the Tniun dat or ai-bil. TBI DAT AT TUB DEPART. ktlCKTI. A large roncourte of enthnilattlc people repaired to the office of the Secretary of State. Load and luity were th call made on that official, who wai at the time tn con solution with the Minister of Anstrls. Mr. Sswahd made hll appearance at the upper window o' the Stale Dtpartmeut, and hla remark not being beard by the crowd below, Mr. Sswabo came down on tho bal cony, and nld he thanked the cltliem for calling on blin on the commemoration of thlt, the great incces of the nation. II laid thlt they would all agrco wllh him that the war wonld be at an end In ninety days. Laughter and cheers.) lie laid that a doctor would giro up a patient If ho could not cure him In ninety dayi. Laughter II nidi fellow cltliens, 1 cannot make yon a long speech at thlt tlinv. die of go on, we want to bear ynu. I am to-day to wtlte my dltpatchea to go abroad. And what shall I tay to tha Emperor of Austria t I lhall thank him, for he la a wlie man and did not think rcaolatloni were the thlngi any way. fl-aughtrr. Whit iball I lay to the K-nperur of Chlnal I lhall think him, for he never allowed a rebel Air to be rtlscd In any of hla porta. Cheeri.l What lhall I lay to tbo Kmperor of France t I lay to htm that If the rebeli hare not contained their tobacco by to morrow, that he will llud It safely atorcd In Richmond. Imuienae applanie and crlet of " Let Map. put that In hit pipe and imoke !L " And now, what iball I aay to John Hull t rArolce,"OlTehlm h-lll" 1 shall tell blm that cotton Is bought cheaper by pay ing duty for It to the United Stale than by running tho blockade, Immenteapplauio, which luted several seconds 1 Mr. 8iwabd concluded his remarks by lijlngt "Peace and good will to all man kind, and no Interference tn our affairs by any one.",Mr. Bawinn then rcllrod amidst cheen, land, long, nd lull. Th Iramenee throng then tinted to th War Department, which wm taitefully festooned with American flsgs. Addressee were Dads by Vice President Jouxiow, Hon. Pbbston Kino, lion. Jonx D. Stxslb, Senator BnBRMAW, Senator Nil, Secretary Btamtob, Beeretary Bswaiu), and others. At the Patent OQlce the crowd were ad. dressed by Secretary Uiusk and lion D. P IIollowat. rxicn or obibral hutlbk. A large crowd called at Willabd's upon Major General Bctliii and made an Imper ative demand on tho General for speech. After much cheering General Udtlxr ap peared on lb tp of the ladles' entrance at Willabo'i, and ifokeas follows! Pillow Cmrxusi Nothing conld glre a greater plaainr than to meet you at any timet how much more, then, to mingle mj congaatnlatlona with your upon the glorious triumph of the American arma. All honor to th bravo aoldlera who bar pur chased, by their blood, thla incceei to our arms, and assurances of peaco ta th hoar of triumph let ns remember UratUt deluded masie of th Bouth are and mntt be a portion of oar countrymen, and of onrselres) bnt let oa also pledge onrielrca that lie leader of the rebellion who hare co t the country all thla blood and treevire, thall never hereafter bare any political prlrelegea or'potvcr (the Gen eral wa here Interrupted by loud and long continued cheering) again to tear down the glorious flag which wavei over ns. (Great cheering.) God of Justice norki by means, and perhaps thero cm be no more inggettlre Initsoceof hit retribution thiu a corpi of colored troopi, undtr tha gallant Wletael, who wai the flnt to plant the flag of Freedom over the rebel caplloL (Loud cheering.) Let ua, In thlt hoar of high congratula tion!, with Ike ej of a good Ood npon m, ',T0, W lip speaking glidneis each to ' each, our hiadi Joined In union, onr hurls filled with Joy, onr touliwllh gTatltudeto Ulm who baa protected nt at II did onr father awear to each other that onr coon. try, tho regenerated and disenthralled, ahall be forever the home of Liberty .'Free dom, Equil Rlghta, to all In th Union, on and Inieperabl. Applauieand enter IngJ Let n think Ood that wa hire obtained peace, not by negotiation, or compromlie with treason and rebellion, bnt by the right arma of onr loldlen, and that the terras which we iball glre will be conso nant with the dignity, clemency and Jntttce of the nation. Rcnowcd and long-continued applauee.J Geu. IltTLia here retired, bnt was called ont again, cheered, and made fow re mark". "ATI DirABTMIHT. Secretary Willis tent telegram to th California and other nary yard of the United Btatei, ordering a national lalnt to be fired. Immediately on the recelrt of the glorious newi of the downfall of Rich mond. GLORY FOR aESKRAI. DUTI.ER Tho 2Slh corpi of Ihe Army of the Jamea wai organized and pnt In the field by Major Central Dctlxb. TbU corp wa the flrat to enter and capture Richmond. General Botlbb waa called upon, at hla hotel lo-day, by hoats of friends who have congratulated him open the grand snecesi of the class of men for the eleva tion of whom ha haa done so much, nil speech will be found elsewhere. ORAIIT'B ANrUVKRgARY. One year ago to-day General Grawt want to Cnlpeper and look command of the Army of the Potomac In person! This It a glorlom annlrenary for General Giant, Goagratnlatlona of th Farelgn Hlav later. Foreign minister promptly called thl morning at the Department of State, to expret their congratnlatloni on the fall of Richmond. The tint who called waa th Anttrltn Mlnliter, Count Wtdbhucxi then the Contul General of Bwltcerlandi and then the BwedUh mlnliter, Baron War. TIITIDT. PEIlaOSIAt. T C. WiuoB.oneoftheNewYork Iter. e'd eorretpondtntt, wai wounded la the chouW dcr cllghtly, with rhertdaa'i earalry, at Din wlddle Court Hooie. "Dailt CnnioL Extma." A new piper, with the abore title seven by nine In ilte ippeired to-day containing two article entitled "peace profoiltlona," "false prophets," and some new which appeared exclnslrely in the IUri'BLicin jeiUrday. TUB) ARM r Of TUB POTOMAC, latereetlag Detail of trie Plghtlag. (Corrcapondaacc Aiiocla'cd Freie Hxaoa'ai AUTorrni Potomic, I Aprtl I, IMS ( The greater portion of thla army haa not been eagaged with the enemy to-day, the time being occupied In erecting worka on the new Una and repairing the roads can. nectlng lb different corp. The late ralna rendered It Impoialble to mora the wgon traloa aa faat aa the troop advanced, on train Uklng forty night hour to more lira mile, one thou aand men enlitlngi bnt through the un tlrlug lndnttry and penerorance of Ihe oOlcera In eharge of the quartermaster and ceramluary departmente the army bat been almoit ai well inpplled ai while In tbetr old quarter!. Whin tha newi of Eherldan'e repulio reached here laat erenlng, a part of the 6th corps waa at onco aiapatcned to bla aid, and It li expected that to night, or In the morning, wo man receive good newi from that quarter. It appears that Sheridan waa morlng on tbo rosd leading to a placo called the Three Forkt, which It abont three mllea from the Bouthtlde road, when twobrlgades of Plcketl'i dlrlslon, which had been mored out In a great harry, came down on a road which runs from Sutherland Bu tlon 10 the one on which war tha caralrr. Shcrldan'a earalry harlng for the ereatcr part paised Ihe Junction, this movement of tue enemy inrestenea to cat blm oil. lie, however, discovered his danger In time to get hll command back, with only a alight loll, at the aama time taking about one) hundred prlionen . Both tha Leei were present, but one of them at a reanaeirm dlsUnce. On hi being reinforced thl mornlnir br the Fifth corp, lb enemy fell back ao rapiaiy inai weir ueaa ana many or their wounded fell Into onr handi, ai well aa thoee of onr own, nuaroldably left behind jeatoruay aiiernoon. The attack made on the enemy's line In front of the Twenty-fourth corp. waa by Foater'a dlrlslon, and aboat two hundred prisoner were bronght In, the 148th Now York uklng most of them. Some three or fonr hundred yard of ground was uken from them and our picket Una ao much further adrtneed . At 4 o'clock thla morn Ing thla poiltton waa auanlted, and s few of our men captured, bat la rery ihort lime ll wai retaken) wiia anont auty pris oner and a Hand of colore. Onr lonea up to the nreeent time will not exceed twenty-flre hundred) while that of the entmy. on tomo caru of tha line at least wii greater than our owni bnt of conria in loui cannot o given. , Malor Dykcman. of the fifteenth New York beary artillery, It reported wounded and a prisoner. Three aharpihootera bronght Into fifth corp headquarter thl morning sixteen caTairymen oeionging so wiiuam Henry Leo' command. They bad been on picket. and were cat olT by the force which went to the auiiunc or Biieridan. ft ICON D DIIFATCH.1 HCAnuUABTXai, A BUT FOIOMAC, I April t midnight. ( A courier front Sheridan haijast arrlred wllh the moil cheering news. The combined force of earalry and Warren'a Infantry advanced against the enemy thla afternoon, driving them leveral mlloi, and capturing abont lour thousand firltoncri and a number of placet of anil try. They retreated to Fire Forkt, where mey were nanxea oy a pan oi in om corp, which bad moved dowu Ihe White Oak road. Il waa hura tho large number of prltonera weie Uken. The rebel then re treated loath, along the White Oak road, and were rigorously pursued by Oen. Sheri dan, while McKonile'a earalry, from the Army of tho James, adranced weal on the Fork road, toward the Bouluelde road, and when tbo messenger left waa only about three miles fiom It, and would undoubtedly reach It before morning. Thus the last great Una of railroad the rebel! hire to tuDOlr their Capital and Lee'a army Is abont to beaerered, and It la firmly beilerod iney wm immediately leave their present poalllona at Petersburg and Richmond. Bharo cannonading I now going on near tha eemtrj of tha Una held br tha left Af ' IB ilxlh corps. yv. u. MCUBtf on. EX T R Ai GLORIOUS! FALL OF RICHMOND ! CAPTUEED BY THE BLACK TROOPS. Th following tlartllng and glorious new I Just reeelred at this office. It 1 official i Wab DxrAiTMtBi 10 4J a. a, April I. Cm Dtoi It appear from a dlipttch of General WalUtll, Just r elrtd by thl Department, that oat force under hll command are In Richmond, baring taken ll at 8.8 thla morntig. Sown M. BtamtOw, Secretary of War. LATEST FROMJMMOHD. LEE EETBEATING. Grant Pursuing. Jeff. Davis and his Cabinet Not Captured. RICHMOND ON TIRE. "SHALL IT BTJRNP" The People Sfly''No!" Tbe President will Make a Tri umphal Eutre lato Rleb- nond tfals Afternoon. General Gbaut Ulcgraphs at noon that we are In full poiuuion Hiclanoni. He ttji to the BecreUry of Wari "A put of the city I on fire. Khttt U burnt" BecreUry BUnton read th dlipatch to an Immenie crowd of people In front of the War office, at atout twelve o'clock, and aiked the question "What aniwer iball I return to General Grant t" Tbe multitude lmpulilvely reipsnded, "cf If turn" But the more thoughtful rled ont "No, no, don't destroy Hi we can mats good use of It." Th latter reply will probably ba tbe ubiUnco of lb BecreUry' reply. Oen. Orant stjs Lee Is hastily retreating npon the Danville rod that our forcca are making a rlgorons pursuit, and onr car airy and light artillery are aturktng hi flsnks. Dogut Fmldtnt Juris ami Mi CMntt Aim ftl from Richmond. President Liucolx will make a triumphal entre Into Richmond thl afternoon and citabllih hla headquarters this erenlng where Darla'a were thli morning ! L ATE R . Many Ouns Captured with Richmond. a. Tbo People Beceivo Onr TroopB with Expressions of Joy. OS VIOIAL, WAR DIJLL.ETIN) The followlog ofllclal bulletin confirms onr Extra of balf-ptst one o'clock i Wab DarABtMBBT 11 noon. Major Otmrat Dili Tbe followlog ofllclal confirmation of tha uptnreof Richmond, and announcing that the city ti on fire, has Just been re eelred by thlt Department. Edwin M. Stamtoh. Citt Poibt, Va., 11 a. m. Ilea. Zetarla Af. Seaiea, (ecreery e Wen General WelUel telegraph as follown "We took Rlebmond at 8.16 thli morn ing. I captured many gunt. Tbe enemy left In great haste. The city li on fire In ono place am making erery effort to put It out. The people reeelred m w.th en thntlaillc expreialona of Joy." General Grant started early this morn Ing with army, toward! the Danville road, to cat off Le' retreating army, If possible. President Lincoln hat gone to the front. T. S. Borrsxs, A. A. O. GLORIOTJB HULL. A prlrato dlipatch from UaU announces that that place will be brilliantly lllaml nated to-night. Tho Xyiren will announce the proceeding!, and tbe Aimait will copy. Colonel J. W. Jorni will make a speech on the occasion. Tub Oxowmo Cnors. The Frederick (Md.) Uhoh tayi thlt reportl fiout all section of that county recresent tha ap pearance of tha growing crop aitbeprca ent time as presenting the most tUltttlng prospect aeen for many yean, Rous toilette are now made with gay tUk pelUcodt, baring the orer-dreea Inge nlonaly opened at each width, trimmed and buttoned back, or otherwise coquet lably.wlth th Intent of effecting a full display. OFFICIAL. CirALTUixT or Stati, I WAimnoioa, April I, tsit. 1 The BeoreUry of SUto reeommendi thtt tho public balldlngs be Illuminated to. morrow (Tnetday) erenlng. In honor of the fall of Richmond. Th Jew In PhiladclBala. FHiLAnxtrniA, April The city la u a ft.?-.' .".ILV.1: Wi" V'M '"rto" awi! ... --- iwurn aim um Haaae aaa Bag are ft, 1 garerjwhei. LOCAL NEWS To ns Illuminated. Ut raferam.. .. atothrr column It will be aeen that, br order of neretarr Seward, the nnblia ImtMi... hMn.h.nl IKa ril. Hill k .ll t.-.n "" ::.v.:v,:ir ..."!.. .:"":!' gained by General Grant. ' aiifiai'-' aaanua laaiite'tua; ua uita arraiBB. wtaioeai . i PABADB OF TBB FlBB DxrABTMBWT. On receipt ol the newt to-day th Waeblagtca City Fire Department paraded tha atratta. All th teglnri were tacttfnlly decorated with nage in oeuaoi ineranone ng1ahruaH wereiuog, aad Jty reigned throughout tu nj. Womk SuiFiXDio. To-day, on receipt ofth newaoUhc fallof Blehmcnd. woek la the nary yard wai enepcadid by order ot miuiavwiv leoBigBDery . i naia.ttnmna. tiMmm IT.. n.-- Ladlca' lone guard chelae, ring, clutter aaa lit acre, etlTcr-platcd belle, and tea epnoar. ro. onir u wiiir, ii ine 1oi.z.ab axwxLBr Snar, No. its Fearailvanla arenue, near ur, ahXT' Hf FOR RF. NT. Office Rooms tn tht Wuhlnitou Building, corner of reaonlrt nla arenut and Seventh, atreet. Ihe beet locality In lb City. Inquire at L. SXLDNCR at CO.' Clothing dor, In th acme building. mlt-tf - Tno wno surrxH from ncrroui IrrlU tlont. Itching uncaalnecc, and the dlacomfort teat follnwt from an enfeebled and dleordered itate of the cyitcm, cbould take Arxn'c Sa uraattLa, nui eleant the blood. Fargcout tha lutklnir dlctcmper that undermlaee the health, and tbe eoaitltutloaal rigor wm re turn. Abt on having oectcloa to rlilt a private medical lnalltutlon ar adrbwd (all oa Dr. Vellny. A large and euceeeafut prattle Bar aad elicwhera enable him to auarant a eavfeat cur tn all caaet. Allrlaiuand communleatloaaainclir pit rate and confidential. Feraoaa ealUna aaa aa on but th Doctor. febl-U Tax only place where you can parch fadta BlAaer eoode ol all Made nt Afaitafaifa. I ere' nrlcea. la at II. A. HALL'I India Bnbba. vvarsuouae, aiv reonariranta Braaua, ne iwrvn ciiaui awl aeaia aweeie. Alea. u klnda ft Babber good beautifully reaejred at ahort notice. raarta-tf SPECIAL NOTICES. p-llellynatlooalllepnbllaaBrjalaa viuv i a ... i.aii.a. f y n ivaiiAi evening, April 4, Ilia. By older of th praal- ueni, e a. awawcii. WM. BOTD.M.D, epl-ll ttecoroiag accrltry. O-Publle Atldreaa, The RegnUr MONTHLY MLK IMG of the Aaeecta tlon ot Loyal Peateylraolcni will ba held at well ivuai. ..iiiuu mhui bunuiux. " IV an atreet, o j MONDAY Evening, spell , atlti o'sioea non. a. ii. i.naer, bowoi ue ine trlct of Columbia, will addrcca tha mectnf, no a u'i aiienuanee la carBcaiiy rrquccieo. A'l rtnniylraulana are Invited, it,o KT-Natlee-altmber og She raartk Waid Uralt hleetln, i You ar nquettexlto attend a meeting at tha rouaall Chamber, City Hall, on TUASUaY Xrenlng. April ,atTK o'clcck, p. m., o tranetct butlnectef artai ImporUnt to th Club. Br erdtr of thl Chairman, B. I. DAVIS, sen arj. ai3t yj- Maeeaetiveetta lillltarr Stale Aoxwrr BxMorAL. On and after MONDAT, January let, I860, the Maaaaibueette lute Agency will occupy 1U new room lath Ac tionml InttUlgencrr uulldlnr.eeeondtroor.eoTnec of Aerenthand Datrecu, waeklagton, D. C. Meaeacliueetle aoldlera and clUieotare tn rttcd to tail. Advice and aaststani glrni without chart e. GAltDlNEB TUFTS, decll-tf Lieut. Col, and Itate Agrat. Q-orrlee of tu Waitilnariam aad OaOUOKTOWN RAILHOAD com. PAN Y. Match St. ires -Oa and attar SATUR DAY, April tat, ibe late on tha care ot tali Company will be SIX CENTS, provided lor by act ot Congnee. riCKtvT, eercnieen for one dollar, eaa be obtained at etTleee ol tble Company, corner ol New Yoik arenue and Xilteentn etecelt Bridge ctrect, Georgetown! Gairtaon ttreet, oetr ine nary-i era gi. DDliai ue.u. a. uiukif.i, rival. caw ( Intelligencer cd Chronicle, 1 t3 Metropolitan Railroad oatci, r.rT . . n ..l. a...FB.aava.uu4.u ahW wniu ur .ai.iii..nin mmm, a d New York avenue. OaandalterlAlua. DAY, April Id, the lareon thta road will be Ineieated to aeren eente, or ttrentaeatleketi lor one dollar, which meg ba purchased at the rtnoa frum S a. m. to s p. m. mbaa-l.; J. W. THOMPSON. Frett. Cf Panic, Uall. Wedding. Snaf. neiu'a Confectionery Ladlea' Dtalag Saloon as Sixth atreet. . . lam now piepared to furnlah In tbe bail Fiencb atyle, and my own cupertntendcace, r'lee, Weddlngc.aadDthtrcatertalamenta, in moat riaaonaitle terrre. Th beet Frcail Cunlectbinery alwayc on hand. Frirat Bis ncrt and Suppcre furnlihed at mr Saloon. Countrr Ordeia and Faettcc attended to la tti iborteit nitlee. Ice Cream and WaUr lece, made by ateam power, In plain and fancy mouoie. lor rariiaa, uiaaera. jaaa-aai "Sruixo it I cniiRT, Wlotei li diearv. Green leave, hacg, but the brown must Oyi oin ae 11 anaaeo, Lone and Inriekeu, What can aa ell n an di but diet ' Why, take rLABTATiori BiTTxaitoeiiurt. and wlh them a new leaa of 111. IheeM ar made ycucg again, the mt lUe-agia re joice, and tbe young btejm doubly brUllael by mlcg thla aplendid Ionic Dcprnile, llcartburo, Urr Complaint, Headache, Falna lamellae, "WlieK in ine uaea," aaawiiiar tome of stomachic Deeantemeat yield at oaee tothehcaitivgiriagunueaeeoi i-labta uiTTxav. -The Urldal oiianaber, eua KF ' TVarnlag and imtruotloa ror tuung "" A1a. nv and rallanla traatmant foe Diaenel of the Urinary and Sexual s Heme lent free, lu eo.led envelooee, Addren, Or.J.lKlLLI' HOCGHTON, Howard Aaaoclatloa, Fhltadii- pma, ra. . t3- A 1'rliud Ira Need!-Th.ll Meiial'" lot conlldcntlal medical asilitanae ahouid ap- rtl.. a ann. ....tl. r -.l.iaatarf nhwaltlaa WHO haa made nerUlu dlaeaaec hla epacal atudei audi a man la Dr. D AHU Y, who It ddly turug numbered both texei, and erery age, " hare baea U all Ibe Self-called Doctor ta thU tlty, aod tpeot raluable Urn and moavy, wiw oohcbtnt.'tllha look charge of them- BU tcrme ar mora moderate than thoee at mcia boaatlng protendet. whose only purport la w fleece tbe unfortua.t, and then adrla Jhara, when it 1 almoit too lata, to apply te blm. Call on him at one, or jou may reerei 1 rr afterwardA Da. DABBf, No. tu lth ii act, between D aad a, '?it Washington tlti. fbtHI 0 F F 1 O I A li. Wii DirAXTXiaT, "J 1 aJu- AosutaBT OxaaBAL'a orricai W.iuunn w. Anrll 1. lSca Captain John ctowcll, Jr , Aailttaat ijl"? t.ut General of Volimtecra, baring been '' porteato the neauquancra 01 me "-,,:., abscaca wlihoul leave, ll hereby notined thai he III be rceiimmeaJcd for dltmliial ,'?,. tha aerrli of the United SUtee, un eat,wliu nfteendayalrom thlc daw, he ajipar M'' th Miltlarr Lommlialoa lu leialon In"' city, of w lea Brig dwr General C'-JVia United StaU Volunteer, la FreeUeat, make tatlifactory defence tJ thl than" Mdnathm. , Atileiael Adjutant Oeaerai T O BT-OH BUNDA.Y NlOUTj 1 Aprils, aamaii iivnuna w-V.Th .idee. JVl Filit, with miameUd wr.lh ,,i7l TkriadrwlUbeUtMdirrwaidedbyiea'J It at SAMUBL Levi I', walri fi,, Feaniylraala aranua. "