Newspaper of Evening Star, March 28, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated March 28, 1864 Page 1
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V?. XXIII. W AHHIINCiTOiN, I?. C.. MONOAV. M4RCH 28. I86t. N*. 3.457. THE EVENING STAR * mutAfrHfcl? EVKHV -tFTKHj {9LSDAT KJTCKfTKO,) aT the stab Bniuwms, U(ttm KOT>'A Aviin AID ll*PB STftJOTr at W, 1). WALiLtAOH mpeft a#f*?d witboat wrappers, Of carrwra l# oaai'e p*r w?#k; in wmppmi at Ut* rau? of W p?r r?u To m?it eubacrtber* U?? iiruw u? it l?> y?ar, HO for months Ptpsn protuM U um> fti? ofli? coonwr. with of wltboii arTayper*., T wn (iwrr* a ago. WT &OT1KTIIIUI1KT# NboUid 0* MBt fa) tfcP jBL* i* o'clock a.; ottamto* ttt?v m*v vo? apvaar until (Or oax* (U) Wnnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm AUCTION SALES. ft H yrTi KX UAtt>. | Bp J. <TMoGUIRB * CO.. Aaetlonaara. T AaOB app AT .EA0TIV18AL10F ITALIAN LtiiULl AMD AUIiSTl* 6TATOAST A?l> WoAXB griMT'OsTVlWDAlMd f IDnAiDAI.Hutt J Mil aad ?nii eomaejMtac at 1U o eioak a. a. aaak ty. and ia tka?tm1b? at 7tt o'clock ti will hJ pable aoo'tot oa the fira;. fl jor of the A notion Mf<wt a la* pa and ?it?n?iye aeaortmaat a' Marole id Ala*>Mt'r *'atrary,&e.. ooapriala* ah ab4 elaborately eurtd Alabaster 9n?i? w4 flnm.rli:',Tb? ft iiir"a*d"rh? Wnt>r" *? fltkt-rmAB of Pradia," * Dana and Bali* titouf.1' * Bir h ol VrLoi " ' Flora," "FVieli ty,,r''M*Beeii*er of 1 ot? * "D?o?<? oTO* T??m of Va'.pata " aad ma^y ?tber a?o ip* too ttwarou* to mention. Aloo. Oarrad Marble And Alaoaater Vwtt >?> jlt-1 from i?m mane of theod ma*tera. emir tola* Btraaeaa. Ir or?atine, Hebe Botaaa Bop'iau at<" otb?r styles A'ao. lareeOard Be?elyera and raxtu Group1 ?f An in Ala ai d othernew And beAatifal orn*31*at* for Parlors. Libraries Halla, A a Tkeia aooda ara of fba repeat 1- aartatfoa ?>* Elisor* 6io*annonl a* d Zt ?anal of Pino oa la tbia eol eetioa will ba fmrnd W >rka o* trt ?ar?er And poor* e!akoat-)y carr^d ud fiat abed than arer rBared far MklMaal* in tuto ofty. CatalMa*' afflc wbAlMrtll ba (r*a*r*d ab4 tka gwi? raadr for axamiaaclrB aa Monday. Miwh Tarsia cuk. - mb.3-d J O.MeQUIBl A 00.. lacta. By J.O M GU BB<t OO. Aoatloaiers. t*1 BBAT BAM UOAtiUtttUIUP <BVB?TT lata a Pibst-ol?ps Boildibo Lots j?lo??iio to tab - i> armeuM Bststs Ua TCB>iiAif AFTBBflOCN A pi 11 -Stb, atfi o'?;?t, at th- Aao Vob rcoma sorter o/Tanta and D strwta we shall ?all T? F1BST 01 Ate BUILDING' LOPS VilaapiitK lo tit ' OaTldaoo Batata," sow crista* ton* of the mo. t alia ibla build in* lot* to je foaod ?b U? at>,aiia*Mi p tac p? 1? og k* hi?*i xroand* ncitb of Pfnnsn?im? ??e in?,bi ir?*a Nio a aai; rfW?t- a'r?*ta w??at in tba b^a* imoroy^d aal 8><rtt dealrabla part of tba oity for arlvat? re?i tc? 4??r*tptiT* oatalogo a.viti tarma of aal ? Ao. an r >0 th? uadar*>ar, d i C M^THmiOQ. \aeta -y bt'KIM A *llbii>l?, m ?t?-??rj. otS' Koi.i. ->?!? ? rrt .?k > POH^iraa* 1 at Acctio*.?O ' ? B'iNBii) \Y, . <a s ta ia t., a^alt a.*U At <?' o'?lo-? * <r, at ncrtU'ai n' t Ia > tvchoin* b.iumv-o^'ni No 374 * iatl iid* cf P. 8 * b *ud n ??n'h atr * a. ?? >o4 a< arrfmant of Furr.itcre, *'*: H\ ?*%>? 0-a^n* Iforaan^, Ma ?>'?? T >p Tao ?a *-?! Wa^? and ? P?'lor *ii') .iH r Sh* r<. Mitt >vl It r? p y nd ot- ** C ?' M* tr*? * '} *?? d Cr wmry ?ar?- ?r.oHt>r.air'ni)',? a th "> > v < tbar Articles, w iab we d<4aai ona-oes t?-> t<? ar arrtrata. Tarm? aa>b. ak ? OBBB? A ^TLLTam^, kazv. ? " ' By / 0 koOUlKB A CO.. AaetioB^ora" PlfiaaBiJs <tk w uiv j* ?ou r iKi^r oot sik r > >? ?i.rTit riKiiT?r? r tmiil sruiar mib-(a win-. fc-l>A? * ? r a HN k>N, H?ru ?6 at f a oV'oe* ? o tu? p *(ni*?a ? aiatl *.e I rt't* of 1 o?? ft ?' d 7 id n. inNo 4?. fr-at a* ?? it l) M??t b ? tn, a? th? ro^nir i,f T? l lb rlrfrt ??>t, atd Mt'i u bck 96 f ei II in ii-a <>a Twol h rt- . ir pru* d r > a 1 % ?un t >>'?e tory ?d?' 1>i? u tr.', I'rl k l>w? li_>?r II >o "i ?-o ji? d^*a. ?* Lt'irlnv ? !''<d t'.nrt.y ofi-a h f? U t ? va t?' nuiiu*. >?ti r.--? t, -a > >-.i?d wis b i-fit *i>r ?o|c m ?">(,*. e ihr rp* h >?it, ta l ?bi f *b out)* ? - of h- > , at i|??i f' ?? * w ! ?n ?%c1i lf> ti *(!' Tb' 'i i? /> Uj i If vr m 6te rJo<k- r *. d Ptut-1 <tV(IUl i iti ; r c ">i n t)r* p??* i"Mnr.''rn ???*>? a^haa'^a v ?*r t * nnr>r 'h*- r? ar of th^ 'ot ?arn aat ?s.l? < , t?? v i. co-* ro?t rf pir ha^r. sibTa'? i c W"(?l ?itjr a 'JO..Jia^t? ' bt J. C. H(dUUH A Ov / <ia?ti>'DM> TltrsTift'dlJAlJ Of A #AH\| (JO* \lJflN i I 110 A 't >h? ?)* t.a di ? o it ti) ik * m h ?*i i OB?:T. Vieu-.?\ ?B-?r ???a M u* r..ua fc?ILl?V C'?)K k?t?ONTH* Hlta.?I ,??!) ?? . w*. tor Auctn-t. Ktoii * of ? C. *lc ? jlr?* A Oo It n i'i'M bf j . f VUr ti. n.,b> *1- e? fl a e-d <>f t n?t o ib'-r be**it<4 'fc? T31 ??i ilij b 9 sil riK trd?d tn [ili-r ?' Jfo 4, t'?..io* As . oii? th? ml riflir^a fo? P*irAtx rt'tjuty Vi?.ini?. tb>* f'-ll.r?ia* ? **or\ ? d ?t) i rl) l>itK Atid !?? i.jie in t ? ilouuty of ?iir ta> , *cc- k'ati oi vir* -i'K viz ? R a'.. \ au>te p'?nttd oa t? e >. nTb ?l:a ?f th?? M-1 iln Pike F.cad ?.b uei1 with "ad pisi? north ??? try to tAirne' P*r>'n*> f*jtn?r ?t J% th?ng< ?r h aionr f^aid ?? tina ir* to * rttk* I tb>?oc? acn li*iif ilot g 1fc? aat i P*>-k in* |in-? o ? atat- L th'K ? vc t?> *terly *lnng a,i- r'arki.j*' !iat> U> a etxh.* B tfeet>"? io5tb*r y to tha no'th fora of bulled*' n.a or. Ki tuBti'i !'n- to B, two m% k*d p'tbarcca- ?*p:lntta itKmcntb'ttir iar,tb'Ocr a^atf ea^trrly aloi * tha aaid raa to 0 a fiaK? <x- v?" '?? frtim pftcomrt'a I t>- , tb?nc % norti S^H ? 'Mt Ti' p >:e* to A tb? b-^noaiur, a?ii Ui'lrcH' A fl cf Land morn or l^a tenth I vt* all wi finyular. tta imp-nu naj~a, priri h berediUmaata, ind appartaianjM to tot raroa. *???? : Fifteen bundrad do.larala etsb <?a *h? <!?? ot talt ,'ika r?*iiu* lo twel** m utaa from day af aaJ* wtta In.ereat, em< ared by adaad of trait oa tbe prifcie-a. If tba t*rn;a of aala ara not eompliai with aitkia ?an day* altar \ha *al?*, tb? tra*t*a r?Mtarras tka 6|bt to T?iall ?t tht ri'k and axpaaao of ?ko 4a aJtl; a ptirabaaer oo on? waa* i' oo'iw la tba Bvtaln*ftar. U N flllSSHT Traataa M?-3aw 1 0 MeOniRB A OO . Aaeta By TH E A80TBKAVK73?OtTPnSBDlTNTIL BATCBDAT, April :d. FAtna hoar atd plao . H. V OTLBBRT ra?t?e. ttkM aod J. C Me'iriRB ? OO. A^cU By 6BBBN A WILLIAM^. AaoUooaa.a. VALtl A BLB BClLOlftiOLOr Ar AUUTlOB ? v VBDNBeDAY. April ?k.- we akaliaalt la front oi tka pramiaea at & o'aloak p. aa., part of Lot 1ft '.a KaAia X. Tbla property froata oa K atraat aor>k asd la batvaaa 13d and 24tk atraata ariat It kaaafraatof 94 faattiaakav, aa* raaa kaak too **T?rm* ote haif ewb; ><AlaaM la alx aad twal?? moatfea. 'or notaa baariac lataraat; a daad fly an aad a dead of trait tak?n All eoaveyaaaa aad atarnpa at tka ?ott af tka parekatara, fak z?.aoAda &RBBW A WILLI AMB. Aaata. By M P. Bt'CKBY, Anntioaaar, OuriitMra, D. C d1 XBCUTOB*8 8ALB - By yl taa or tba Uflt wUl M-4 a?'i taatanuatof B iaa Lo?<a, daoaaaad 1 vill ofiar At aart:>n on WBDRRBDaV, tka ctbday of Aprl), At i o'e'oofe p. <a., oa tka pramlaaa. tka lata raeidacea of Mra.Lanaahi ?*or?otoaT?, compria la| that part of Lot nwity til, t7?) of Old Georgetown, lyias ?a tka eaat aide of 0-?aU alley, fronting oieitadnd and ninety feet oo a*ld alley ky forty pin* f*tt da#p. Aud the a a'hweat part of St aeranty three,(73) forty-ntae f?et alx iasftaa la urtk. by fifty featwlds; taa vko e im^rofed ky a rnbatartla Frama Dwaiifn*. Alee, At ? o 'aloek p m . on th* aaata day, on tk? bramiaaa. Lot No. thlrty-fiya, <S6) lo Daakin'*, Lk? aad Cius Tr'i Addition to Q?oi|*toffa frontier thirty feat on C reen at/eat by oae hundred aa ?aanty f?et deep, aad lm pro Ted by a two- ttofy PtAina I'wellin*. Tarma of Ml* : One-thirl of tka parehaaa money to ba paid !a ?aah; Aad ?ka raaldaa lb ?wn annal ia-, ata3B>nt*, at aix and twalya moo ska, with tntareit. Tie U-mi c" ?alf muat be eoatpllad with within obp wfeb a far fate or 1fea propaity ma* ba reaod at the rial and sort f f the ?ratpt'-'b?*ar, After oae aa'ka'aotiea W*L7BRB. O^X Rx??ator tah!7-arA(5a* M. V. Bl'CKBY. ?act. BIDBd. ILL BP f*0LD AT AVJOTIOt BVBBT WBO I DAY Ar.d HATl'KD*.y at 11 o*al< ak a n?.. at tka wBAHf 'octui Sixth atr?et. all tie HIDBs TALLOW, Aa. that nay ba oa hand, of OatU (lan^btered octalda tka limita of tie Diitrfot o" Ct'lt mtia. and ?kippad to thia point for aaaa ^i'po ni'n,u fern a eaah in Oo'ercaseot foiia to b* pal. at tba time of aala f) BBUL mW !m T-i< nt. Oo'. A?d n H V. a ^CCTAOif ?>LB OF 00N0BMNAD STOCK Wir iarilfkiira. C?vilai Bi-axAb. i ijjfict nf Chi<J Juantrm-ister, ; Watiirrton O C. Mapo'i 3 18S4 \ *111 ^a acid a pubiic asatioa to ??** bi^htet oil <*? a', the I'eur.f > f <ba Oaaalry Bur aj ?l Uij? b< rt? Foi; t,oo TUfTil8i>A> ,'he >tkd?y of March Awl en'Hif R8L" . 1b* 31 t day of Maroh. froia fifty t? , to ope ipiatidrad iliOl eondau ?a(5 Bwn? aai. day Toffr hoiBraii?ya t"e?n oviademst-1 a* uiflt ftr Ui? -iiv'i ? m-> i :e* of 1 ha l.'o."<?d 8;?**s ar my. Ft r r< *. ,.,d fa'm |inrj?ot.?a inaoy <to ' b*rifa'.u? Biay be t>v Ecra-a will bf wild alrgly. TcafcaL ic Uai'. J tit* ai Truaaury now &*.lai to ocriueoci at 10 u:<*i jok a ut JaM?BA rfSIN. I ient Ool and < hm? Oa*ri*r'j?Aat*r, tb.1 Oaya'r ? W tf ao A tCHON BALB OPCOWntMaaD HOIlllM, Wib Dtraarvssr, O.v?tav Huaa^o. W &?? '? jfiu uS i huf 'jMHierTAnttw S I9a<*'*ftjn, 0. I;, Pi-b 9 W>i S WIS be *o|o At pa ua anftlon. t-. vf>?- bi^ *t bid Aar.at thepfatxaAad dat-* oa**i?d baloy,*ia . Pacna. B*' H n?'< fQldayt^-h Ha*i*b a at u -IfAiLkiKtrt t'e^aa.. i"* Bo a-a. Tia.iav bt tdareh At Aitooea, Fi.ua, BW Borsea. Friday, lltt Barak . at New Hrauavlck, M J , Horgba, Taealay i>U iiarcb. ^A*,^B?*toa, ? Peoca.. 30C Horaee, frlifny, tdtb At Newark, N, J., *' 'lo.-saa, ,Tu?*i?r. t2i ?arcb At Labenoa, Panna., SfD Horace. Friday. 29tn Bat ok ^At Wiiheatarra. Peaaa . 300 Boraea, Paeaday, tats Tk?*a Roriea hara baea ? ateataed aa aelt for tka Oaaalry aarTlm* ot the United ft la taa Army ?o* road aid farm porpaeaa maay a aad bafgalae ba; be kai. ?o aea vill .ka aotlalaAty. ^Saiae to bagla at 10 a. ?. aad eoatlaae da'.iy BOi ?* ittrafnijif"" : A3-B1 ' Chief Quartern after, OaTalrT Baraaa. PERSONAL. L. SMITH?AH BXJBLLB&r OLAIB ? mutud THtM?iiom.tN lit ,Htr4 0,1* ?eribee tad toamtaiMVii with eplrit friea ti, mm M1 writ.. _ , living frwidi at? diatanea, talle'their eharaeter Kt? examlaea <1m?in perfectly, ouu ?a, reads the future BtanhmKta ihll p in. Bittiaaa (I mil 7'm* !?M wlM 04-JIB Br KtiMtiia ant Bieetrtolty, wkw all other treatmeat faiia. Ot\l u< PM tat tim aiftl* at 440 Katrvet, Waihiogtoa. n>in' | ADIhB, 0?LX LOOK. AT THIS I?W? a-e mow Lj p?iu?? to da any kMoflabraMcrfbr afcii ful kaaof, on aaeh terna that eaaaot Ml ta ?attafy. We do your Btamptag la atyla, aad ao botching. M4 viali.ii ta he u4wtw4 Mat wa are SW.'Sfc?SU8&S SfZ&fr&ttS l?i Jn t oat, and rtunp yoat good* Mil* yoa wait Maehlo* Btitahlag Beastly tone. jab PlUONR Bailer AIhI, Bemioal W?uo?M, er Fih?l> Kimiii of ?ay lntHyMoB, . :o x ?_. <? j& M?18. Pemaie JMaeadae treated la tho aaoat eci^atide aad aa?c***fBl mauner Tke Doctor* Oleoma haaga la Mia oftee. A aura guarantied f?a moderate DB DAVIB. m vtreet.OMoeite Po?tOfl*e, pENTISTRY QMMAY DIBOOTUTJN DBNTIBTBY Baoftud witkmu Pmm with *e MaArtla ?f * - Chcvum ? 1 would ta viae ui Mttuna taring teeta to ex tract to anil at Dr. VAWIJ'8 * rTT and have them taken oat by this n?w ?an bar ml*** aro^naa Aiao eall aad ?xaraine the Doctwr'a new and im proved method of I .eertiac Art??eiai Teeth If *oa oner ***> the grrat Improvement la hie teeU ??n ?1H neve them In ao other aty'e than thia new *_ 'aloableooe. Wo 949 e? itaave. ?Ifth ina ??wwtn ao '* P n LP*'IB M? P. Dentin \f ^ TEETH. 3 i'-l ? IjUUMIb. M. D.,tbe luri>iawtud C4t?oi?> >f the MINBRAl PLaTP TBBT0 at t tende aeraooatly at hi* oAe>- ta th^i ?it* Many paraooa eaa ?> ar the?? ???th who ran not wear other? and -o ver?r.o can w?ar othnra.w1 o can do t *i>v .%?>*? Per?on? calling ?tny <.fl! i>ms be aocovaajo",a?e4 *iti> an? tyle and priee of T?*tb-th?y -.a*y 1?e-r?: ^otto tko?e whf are par*l<*ul?"- and wish ? &* par*-* Of an* rt *trot>ge?t. and mo?* darter* tH# *r? ean prod urn- tf.? MINBRAL wtl?b mre 'nUr w-.rraated Boon a ic tbiaoity?Bo. 33^ P?nnayl??nlafc??-na-) Jotwrtu ^fl+h Al?n. 'joy AiaiJ ^t PAPKRHANGINas, Ac OAPEBUAN&fNGS AND I ? WIN&I# 8H\D?tt J* L & DHBlL ?)?id r-*p^ctfully iafvrm 6?f frietiCs a?>d ^be pn^iie ^euar* 1> th?t t.<? b?s u ?" l I ?r.<i si ?*1 8?.scte<l as ortmf ot of V A',P * PVhfa ! 4 D?S ?aiti.il? f rpn*1or? nalif dirlnr ?o< m? Ac a!?o on aaud, fiR? fM'API) PH1.VT* P4PKN CraT\INH <V|KD (ABSI l.", 4o ?ll of ?ti?h h? lap ?*p?rwd to ??') it ih? c**1! pr cfji ^ 1! >iur? iu i i :it? or nn^rtfv by fin .-iworkman t *hor' oo^i P.^m?>rrb?>^ No .IKt P afreet c?*r 9V ?tiwt, i# Rmll (a ? j m Recruit* Wanted TO PILL TR? Q17OTA Cf THI IMITRMT OP ('if LIT fib I A. MOVWfy POB . VBT1AARB, ? fiiM at wkieh will he paid ta adwaare. BOUNTY POB K1W RBOBHITh ? ' t '9 IMI at whteh will he yald la advaMe ' l BOO VTT POB OOLORBD BBOBDITB 81SO, raid (a advaaev. P BUBO MB WIBH1HO TO BNL1BT Will apply to aay of the foliowiaa &BOBUIT1NO 0PPI0BBB: B. B. BAB SB. bOM Hall, near the Marfeet, oa PeaaaylyaaJe aveaae, batweea Bavaath aad Hiath atreet* j. 0. HTM. Oorner of Ponrteeath aad Heir York aveaae. 0. A. KBA8BBY, H atreet, near aornar of NlaetMath aad Paaa ?ylwaala aveaae. J. 0. PABKBB, Ooroer of High aad Danbartoa atreet*, 6wrp 0. 0. LAH?HiBY, Hary Yard Bridge, haa heea appointed Boeraiting Oflav, Hill BY A. BOHBBTt. Qaptala pad Provoet Marahal, j MP Piatrlet of OolamMa. THECNDER8I0NKD. CITIZENS OP WASH ington, having uned the remedy of C. Keen&n, No. 519 I atr?* , between flth and 7th utrretg, for the cure of Inflammatory Rheumatism, have no hesitation in Haying tliat we are fuitittftcil it in one of great value to all afflicted with thix moat pain fuld ii?ee*<\ We therefore cheerfully recom mend it. WM. C. MAGEE. E. bet. 12th and 13th, MARY NEWTON. 4th. bet. G and II. MARGARET A. MITCHELL. GRACE HURDLE I. bet. 19th ?ind tOth, ROBERT WARREN, 7th, bet. K and L. mh Sl-eolm WINDOW AH A DEB. bOLD OPAQUE Wit ITS BUPF. GREty AHJ) BLUE HOLLAND FIX! DRhS; all approved stylet G. L. * ) B. KBL Y, Maoufa tarera rad Impo tan*, '59 KTO<I<W<T, New York. CLKTAINS, KBWBTYLBB, M Q 1 B 6 4 . SWIFF LACB, 5|S SOTTTN4HAM MVSL1N, * t a BROCl^FI LF hRPS' 5 ? o TERRY CLOTH DAMASK, JAP4NRSE ?? ? CLOTH. r?VKK?, FOR PIASOS AbO TABLES ? . L. A J . B KBIPY, IMPORTER ml !? ?i'n 3>?9 >i!<iai?ay N>*w Vork. |?00PlN?i P It C 1 I Ik P OOPING f IlTIt h. o wn? >N A 0 > . Pi.y* op 2.D 8t Wbut W &8aiaoT?p, D, 0 . M?i>n'iwtor?-B f HOOFING PBLT O^Y ^D I AKHBD AS BATH ING, ROOPING CBMINT and LAMP BLACK, PE -T ANl> CRM a N r! V> b ole^ale a?.d Retail. IWalerr *? ppl e ? on tb? nioft librral terma ? aot'-ry?Pcot of ?/J rtr^*t wa?t ORtv?IR1 Si ?tr?et ht-iow- Pa atn an ,nf' H 3 n I/Ou d* LB-96,'-U #xtra ch nei ??? dv Xi*t ? Plo.oii g tsi ?ea. 34a<noii*J. Tree , Via' 0 eaiati <?. Or??.<?? aod l-e n?"i P -?e*. Pkiir PiBLt* Ac, Oraam?u.?' fra?< OiimViny P>?nte. Ave?gr<??n<. P?aitn Tr???, Tb? c"ecMr n compri*; a the moat oeienra'o't k'a.i* kapwp la Barupe or Amerioa. A J iBDIJI. eihlMrn* ^th >t . *. r. of M. jiura PUTTING I>* la warp OanaoH Hartf rd ProllSn and ?tl*er Grapa Cottiaga oan n# had at 'h? K ?n4a'l-Gr-?eo Y.laeyard. Pro* 11 B* per V*. *dir-*? mh 1? ?o?WJ| WM hPlOKIBY. \?7 H AFP IN G PAPBU - f> tor aaie at the Star oBloa aoan'er. tt at tea eeata per ponad. AMUSEMENTS. GREAT NATIONAL OIRCU8I MRS. CHARLES WARNER, (formerly Mrs. Dan Riee)~~ ? ?..? Di&ctresa. NOW OPEN rOR ONE WEEK ONLY! PERFORMANCES EVERY AFTERNOON AND . EVENING. AT SIXTH STREET AND MEW TORS AVENUE. This Equestrian Or*anizatlon bu been arranged with due regard to high-toned refinement. The company consists of the following well-known Artistes: MRS. CHARLES WARNER, (FORMERLY MRS. DAN RICE.) MR. HARRY WHITBY, MASTER JOHNNY WHITBY, M188 ELVIRA WHITBY, MISS SO IE WHITBY, MRS. FRASK WHITTAKER, THE DENYER BROTHERS, MB. GEO. DERIOU8," MR. J AS. HAWKINS. MR. CHAS. KINO, MR. FRANK WHITAKER, MR. D. HOWARD WM KENNEDY, QLOWN. The two Comic Males, CONTRABAND AND CUNNING, will be presented to the audience by their trainer. Doors open at 2 and 7 n, m. Admission SO cents. Children under 12 rears of age 25 cts. mh 23 Iw* YAHIKTI**! V 4RIK riE?! ? FHOSTIKG i'KNN?TLVlNIA AVKSOK & N I NTH SrR k FT rjMtUE: i iviRiaTits \AhlF-IfS] MUSIC HALL VtHlETf-S MAJ-.3/** i ini> ? } V.HI Tlfi-i. \AnU:'i>Fy J \V4Rrsjivs l AhJt 71' S. I THEATER. | VA '?<I ?*. 77s lAhl'Uhy) IVaRJu.TIUS Hamhi.in A fo Proprietors Fit* St>iH<'N8Stage Manager an i A Ivertin.T. MW STABS! NEW STARS! N E W ST\;N| I (it t K CROWDKD NIUI1TLY To EXCESS! Ev< tj *r< t ? human b. ing stanling T id g v it ixoten'iit increasing. All anxious to see. h- ar and RipiRii'i. (ir a' A immigration flty and i'olitical li'Mii#. ^ (treat lit"* story an > twI ? < f crime. G"tat public ex position and p -opl V eye-?>pener. 1 In- mnr*' 1-SHoii 'i'i I Union rejresonta iot . Tfin or ? eu (-tire ol female d?-i?rnvity. Witrcsred b) thousands, in Teh ants and statesman Ari'lr-R'ted by m?1 i-inttil wor tiugmen. A l xu;r.i< I y cine rs aud brave n -u. Ui-.-at lean th- y fit side by ei l??. Attontiv ? t:i-y w:itth r?-w in rf'W Esi! . y of' evil d< closing with s ?? n<\ T'tey olW tb? u??ii<fs of dolla1** to atop the piece, lei tone of jus'i/e to th - m-ial and to puuish the ? :C" !, 'TWITT RE ? BR (l!tM''n TWTS EVE\'TYf| IT W H ] l.j. I't.i FORMED THIS EVENING, F? f the actors that in tii-dr una ir ? or ito t? T - ? 1 thn ?*?? pie now iu ti-4 citv r-al p r t ? 'ti . Wei.i-ittHciu d'liiy. I'r'H'nt.-i u *? n most ca* < uu 'ur ii*-iu;n ? i ii;i uea opt of r- sp ft to their re ations. their f^it ?.*!? a,,rl their po?Hi?ns. Th? it hearts > ons-orated to mvnmnn. th"ir nouls tl r alniigbt? il< H?r. T ??? w .lis of the orp'i in ll.t nhii Vn of thpwi'nw, tV pillol tilj ' C. fi-.n. tl>? sbad.-H of the grave, tb<> vi iiU'r.s I f h< rcal'ter. laze not their fro *eii fpclinirs. Thtjtr wyioo tfhioa iron andtb?dr (teirt?arf steel. Fit*?imin?nK>< pyrighted drama, author of over iO ?uect*M?tu 1 a<-tiug pia>N p* rforinel triumphantly in 'his FEMALE PICKPOCKET OF WASHINGTON; FKMAi E PIChl'OOliET OF WASHINGTON; or. HIGH ANDT.OW LIFE IN THE CAPITAL. Hl? II AND LOW . Li E IN THE CAPITAL. Ev?ry jtoveriim i.t. lerk, ev-ry politician. t*T?ry mecbarlr. ai d parti?*s of both sexes?all in tcrest< d. A'l our old citizens know the lady. All our statements from endorsed trut'is. ALSQJPLAYED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON FOR THE LADIES. ALSO. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOOM, Lad it-r must come early to ret a seat. Last Wed nesday many ladies bad to stand, over fifteen hun dred persons beire present. ALSO THE MUSIC HALL SHOW. , THREE NEW STARS. The Premier Dansmse of the day. MISt" AUGUSTA WALBY. Tbe greatest Ethiopian Artist of the age, MR. BOB HART. The Ravel Pantomimist of tho Foster atar tronpe, HERNANDEZ FOSTER. and over thirty other artists. On Wednesday night, in addition, the wonderful pantomino. JOCKO, THE BRAZILIAN APE; or. the man monkey. The Man Monkey, by the wonderful agile Her nandez Fob er. as performed by him night after night at the Front street Theater. Baltimore. Only pause and ponder, when night comes, where you will spend the most pleasant evening, and your good judgment will'point ont tbe Varieties. Admission, 26 and 00 ets. Private boxes, S6. 5JQ SEVENTH STREET. ^ J Q GILT, ROSEWOOD AlH) FANCY PICTURE FRAME8. PICTURE CORD AND TASSRI.8. We state in no boastinir spirit that we have re ceived this day the largest, newest and most desir able new ttyles of the above goods ever opened in Washington. Owing to the great difficulty between the gilders ar.d manufacturers of Gilt Frames and Movfldings tbe past three weeks, we have been unable to sup ply any of the abovs goods, and notwithstanding the great advance in material and labor, we are determined to sell this lot at our usual low prices. Special attention also to our new and immense stock of rilOTOGRAPHlC ALBUMS, PICTURK CARDS. Over 6.00U copies. Nearly every Picture and Engraving ever exhibited. Every Picture perfect as perfection can be. We respectfully invite every lady and geatleman in Washington to call when it suits thein and ex amine this choice selection. Our prices will be found same as the publishers. Call early and get posted. Loot around; see if Sou ran find such in any establishment south of '?w York# Remember the place. . ?? P. J. BELLEW A CO., 510 7th street 3 doors south of mh -Iwi Odd Fellows' Hall. LADIES OF WASHINGTON, ?Ej) 8. HELLER, Gfi) No. 34 Marlxi Svc* b t Tthand^th lint- opened a very largs assortmentof Spring an I Summer Cloaks. Also, a great variety of Fancy Bi.nnet* and Flowers Embroideries, such as L.aJe Collars. HandVerch^efs. Sleeves, A;c.,Ac. Fancy CJoof's. Fsi.ry Parss< Is. Corsets. Hoop Skirts, ant a large assort ment of I a lies' Under Clothiug and the best cheap price Gloves, Ladies, you will do veil by calling and examining our stock of g-oIs before you buy elsewhere. mh 2l-lm* JVI u I. E S! MULES!! It J M U L E S !!! I lave f( T sale S'-v^mi'v head of large young MI" I E.-. sll of which are well broken to t.< rl . Alho. some line n* Idlo and har ness 1ICRFES which will bo sold on ac commodating terms. J AS. tl. SI!REVE, i?'h 21-iit* 7Jh street, bet. II ant I sts. F U K N I T U 11 E FURNITPRE. fill OurstocV. of CABINET FURNITURE S r< w Full ai:<i couiplet.-, etn'Tseing every article m-vjtlly kej-.t in n first-rlaw Furniture Store. M e cordially invite the tutIdic to insa-ct. BOTLI.El! \ WILLSWN, Iron Iiall. No. S 1*- Pehnsyl vauia aventfe. I"b lf < Oft b' tween Jth aud Utft sis. ttEBAMl^NAMAN. ~ ? ' Late of Ghkes's Rrstatr\nt, Wr u!d inform bis fri- nds that hehns op-n't the laitieand r? nvrnient house No. .!'?? 9t'i str -jt, i ij-r i n. avi i.ue. whee tliey will find eVefythin^ p< rlsii.ii u 'o n f rKt-c!a?? resta'ir int. l'c i rtisnt apart for private parties. v 1. V -f? w 1 IntChrou. J arouK ALEA. WOLOWSKl las op, ned bit rooms for SINGING and flANO FoRTl JOUBFEr Ail tboa* who d?sirs to avail ttM?. of the benefits o( bis mw a id PimpHfiea ; .ou, vil! call at faia rsfivlsnoa No 316 F *tre -t iorm r ol Ttth R*e?pti<>? hoars af?> dsl'v 9 tc (? o?e'oelr ?b. |? II ?boTrville academy, A HOME SCHOOL FOR rote. *lo art tf iv?d at any* lima and char gad from lat* of entrance. AAdresa . AMUSEMENTS. rORD'ft NEW THEATER, T KWTH BtsIIT, ABOVE PBWX8TLTABIA AVBKOB. EASTER MONDAY. March 28th. 1334, riFTH APPBARABCS Or TIIB GREAT AMERICAN TRAGEDIAN, EDWIN TORRES T . Who will, for the only time, susta n his celebra ted character ?f RICHARD. DURE OF GL08TER, in Shakspeate's sublime tragedy of RICHARD III. Produced with new scenery, correct costumes and appointments, and annneoualed cant. Mr. John McCullough as.Henry. Earl of Richmond Mrs. J. H. Allen as Lady Anne Miss Alice Gray as _.. Queen Elizabeth IMPORTANT NOTICE. PARTIES' HOLDING RESERVED 8EAT9 are respectful y requested to ATTEND EARLY. The immense throng of patrons now attending the theater fill the thoroughfares to an extent rendering accers to secured places so mew oat diffi cult aftt r the rise of the curtain. rRicis or ADMISSION, Drees Circle SO cents Orchestra Chairs .........76 cents Family Circle - .26 cents Private Boxes $10 and $3 Reserved seats onMr. Forrest's night* 2?ct?. extra. ?ROVER'S THEATER. PgXVBTLVANIA AT., HEAR WlLLAKD'S HOTBL. LeonardGrotbr...? -..Director EASTER MONDAY, March 28, FIR8T NIGHT OF THE OPERA SEASON. M'ME BERTHA JOHANNSEN, Prima Donna Dramatique; SIGNORA LOUISE FREDERICI, prima D< nna Larique; M'LLE PACL1NE CANNlsSA. Prima Donna Legora; MADAME LA ROCII M'LLE ESTELLE PICARDE, m'lle Marietta a ,gela. M. FRANZ I1IMMER. Primo Teuore Robusto: M. THEODORE HAiSLEMAN, Primn Ti>nnr<* Gruzia: M. ANTON FTEINCEF. Primo Baritone; M. HLNRICH HERMAN, Basso Profundo: M. FREDRltH GRAFF, Basso 0 an tan to; CARL AN^CIIUTZ. Chef d'orchestra. The seeson will commence THIS (Mondayi EVENING with Gouni d's Grand Op ra of FAUST, in fvr arts, with a cant of unparalleled strength, nr.d a jow?Tful ch< run of thirty, iucludiDg the Ii ading artiste* of the ceL-l-rat^d ARION ?OCIKTV. Themt re (Jrsnd Or-hestra fro.n the Acalemvof Numr.Kiv York. ^ 1 nl! Military Hand on the Stage, incidental to the Op? ra ni d superb n-w miseen scene. M. Dimmer in ii is great ro/? ....Faust ra >ri-derici as Marguerite Msi'hdh Johaunsen as Si-b -1 M. (irafi'iis Mephistophil -s M. Mfii.ecl ?? as Va'entiiie Siai'an <? f a lioelioq* Mirtha < rai d KanfVre Militairc in the Fo'trth (ct. with tb?* eitir?- streegtli .if t'?e r mpmy and chorus, mrv< rt. <1 1> h ft. 11 Vililary Bind. CA EL AN^Clll'TZ Con luctor of the Op?r? A rriir ?' nn iits are < ffi'ct" I 1 y w ''ich " M \RTSi A" v. i I |< m t i v. ly Ik- eiviM' TO-MHI! ItllW. ? T .ios lav,) m.i IA LAJiL BI.ANt t E WED.NESUAY. There will le no Opera Ttiurslay. 8CAI.r I'KICRj". T rrss Circle and Psiquet. $' < rtl.?s!ra ? hairs. . 4? 00 Secured ats 60 cents extra. I smily ( >r< le. . ft) 1 r \ ?te l'i x?.*? . . . ? ?4t fi afi- m cured at Sletierott's Music Store aui at il t- IheaUr. ( Ill'AT MKTKO??OL? tan Phisnv/Mt Avsmji fiL.*VKsrn ji Kter GARD NERAOO -.Proprietors. Urqualifiad approval m ets the efforts of oir n,rr.' dr /<? rrtrnr cf a'l cimpauie*. " lr'.ni, viii r.?i." mill the Koman Co queior l'hc proprietors of t! is tup- rl. estav> i*hmetit have adopted lts ^v ? a .y a- their untlo. KN 11 U-lAy'l 1C ^IKCFI'TIDN OF TSR GREAT C- MPANV. MESSRS. BaRi.H -L :iEW tc BDT -ER, Ihc two gr?-at P?rtoniin>isi<. C?)N.-> I AN TIN'S GREAT B A I. LEI' TROUPE. M't LE ElIcE, Pn mier* Dan*eu?<?. MI?S ANNA RUSH MI83 MARY WALTON. MISS MOLL JC LiANE, WM. SCOTT, .el?-l>rated Teiior. 1 . bPLMMEl L, Live ttanj jut HANK MaFON, U^?mpi?n Jig Danger. AD. MtKRAY, GEO. H. MCKRAY, GtOUGE MII.ES, GJSO..SHEuDON. i be eelehrnted Acrobat, (>EOROE LE Lul'IH A??D HIS TRAINED DOG JENaY LIND. Forming the greatr^t co biuation of talent in the world. To conclude, on each evening 'his week, with tho gorgeous com c Pan omiine or DON JUAN. New fcenery. Dresser, Ac. ADMI8SION~~25 CENTS. QBCHK8I RA CHAIRS. 50 CEVT8. PRIVATE BOXES f3 AI^D It EACH. GRAND FamTlY MATINEE Every Saturday ACternoon. at 2 o'clock. Admis sion : Ladies 36 cents; Children 10 cents, mh fr-tf C'RANDVOCAL AND I INSTRUMENTAL CONCERT, At ODD FELLOWS' HALL, Tth 8t???t, On MONDAY NIGHT, March 28,1*64, For the Benefit of 6T. JOSEPH S ORPHAN BOYS' ASYLUM. THE BEST MUSICAL TALENT of oar city have generously tendered their services JOHN E. McCULLOUGH, Esq., The eminent and talented dramatic reader, has kindly offered to recite the beautiful poem of " Shamcp O'Bribm." PROGRAMME: 1. Octette, the famous "Huntsman's* Farewell." Mendelsshnn. Arion Glee Club. 2. Shamus O'Brien, a beautiful poem, recited by John MrOullough, E^a. ? 5. CavltanR?'"Ernani Iuvolani". .Ernani, Verdi. Miss Juliana May. 4. Harp and piano?duett. Miss Clare and Prof. Kaufman. 6. Celebrated Shadow Song, from Pardon de Plo ermel?Meyerbeer. Mr*. Cecelia Young Kretscbmar. 6. Quartette?" Good Night"?Mrs. Noyes, Mrs. Newton, Messrs. Dawson and Burnett. 7. Solo?Norah. Pride of Kildare ?. Mrs. Small. INTERMISSION. 8 O.tette?" Serenade" Kreutier. Arion Glee Club. 9. Aria?"Robert9 tu che adoro Meyerbeer. Miss Juliana Mar. 10. Rallad?Young Recruit.Kuiicaen.Mr. A.D.Reed 11. Veniono Waltz... Mrs. C. Young Kretschmar. 12. 'Harp that Once Through Tara's Hall" Mrs. Small. 13. Quartette?Mrs. Newton. Mrs. Noyes, Messrs. Dawson and Burnett. The magnificent Chickering k Sons'Piano and ber.utiful Harp to be used at this Conci-rt are kind ly loaned by Mr. John F. Ellis, No. 306 Pennsyl vania avenue. Tickets One Dollar, to be had at Ellis' music store, cit y book stores, and at the door on the night of the Concert. mh 25-3t UKOHUI'TOWN A.DVER MTS ry"5- NOTICE? LICh 2VSRS ?All Licenses due lJ^_7 the Corporation of Georgetown on the first i'April next must be paic wituin t-n days from li nt ilate; otherwise they will bo atrictly euforoed l y the Mrtropolitan Police. , . mh uip * WM. LAIRD, Clerk. I FREE VACCINATION. I N Accordance with a 1 nv recently passed bv too city ai thorities. "the uu-iersigned will vaccinate t.rntuitoi^ly all residents .of Georgeto wn who may nj piy to him for that purpos?. ut his resi L-nce, 1.4 l)uii'.iart< n street. Office hours fro- \ 9 te l'J o. in. nuil fri m 3 to 4 p. m. ? mh l'8-erit Cll AS. II. CR AGIN, M. D. | I10S II. DONOlll E Sl CO., _ I PL lMI,FVS a - D GAS FlTTERS, No. tftl ItkiDLiK STHKRT. GkOROBTOWS. All carders for Gas Fittiug, Alterations and Ex tei:si< r.s will receive prompt and fAithful atten tii r. Plumbing in all Its branches executed in the test manner. Water introduced and Hydrants put up at short notice. mh 22 lm'_ -?? GEORGETOWN T AXES. ?An abatement of L^_> 8 per cent will beallowe<l on the aiiuual taxes f<ir the current Tear if paifl on cr before tho first d?> of Aprilvlext. _ - mh I7 ?w* CH AS. D. WELCH. Collector. ? .1 re ?. ?? f^snir Mirrors, as? ; ? * 1 n nrh-plate Pier Glasses, ^ Oval Gilt-trams Mirrors, ornamented, Areh-fcV * '* 9 n' Siv,-" TELEGRAPHIC NEW8. [ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES.) rftuN Europe DrpUrtble Accident la kkfldrld, Esc ? Aaericm Affair* is the British Parlia< ?teat?Advance la the Confederate Lean Treaty between Ltnii Napoleon and Maximilian?The Danish Wnr?II# Prog ress, fete Naw York, March 2?.?The steamship American, rrom Bremen vi-t Southampton on the 12th has arrived. The news is three day* later than by the previous arrivals England. Two hundred and fltty persons were drowned by ths bursting of the Sheffield reservoir. 1 he Times *aya there U gey id reason to be ll* ve, though ih? mater cannot be announced as absolutely certain, thai a c- nferenoe will utter all, actt.ally assemble on the Settles wig Ho'ttein question. Ir tbe lion e of Lords, on th? 14th, Lord Campbell ashed the meaning ot(lortchakoff s words as to a coalition between Russia, Aus tria. Prursia. ai d England. l ord Orai. vllie ai d Gortcbakoff could only r. f*r to a conference proposed, and that E tg l&nd bad not entered into any combination dis. piayir.g tbe slightest hostile feeling against Fiance. In the House of Commons Mr Roebuck asked whether Fedeial and Con ted.-raw Govern ments bad been remonstiated with for employ ink agents tor illegal purposes. He said he would be glad to tee the Ked-ril shipping swept fiom the seas. England's bonor was at stake. Lord Palmersion replied that both (J-overa mrnts had been r> moiittrated wiib, and that prosecutions bud been instituted. Mr. RrUht said tb*t Mr. Roebuck's speech Wns nnwoitby a member ot Parliament. Tbe Conf<-a>rbte u an has advanced Ijur per cent, closing a' 4Ha6U Tbe Memorial Viplomntiquc snys a treaty be twien ftiax-miiiian and Napoleon is to b* epre? d on immediately on thi* former t>-*coming Emperor oi MesU-e. The treaty is intend*.i to se tie t??e p nod of French oocupatio i. an.1 to airat<te lor the I quldation of tbe Kr-nrh claim; he Frei cb troops are to be withdrawn gmonaliy, when re. im>-ntal Ii~t? are to b? fotmeu. Six thou-and volunteers, foreig.i legion, are to remnin in Me* eo. Tb? dentdue totrai.ee is to te paid by lonrinen annua instalments, oi twemy-tive millions oi trail t each 1 he Federal' are said to hive violated lVT-*x it an territory, hy s.izug cotion beioagiu* to C'cnifderales at IVIatainoras Lu J-roitce ?ayi- Lugim.d and Kn-siaare en tfej.-v. rint to induce liei'inirk to accent a<i Hin>ietUe; tbn armies n-m iuing during the conference in the snn<e posrious. K:i viii'in K;ner L< nis will |iu'sae h e father's policy on he Danish que-tioii. I.ei ninny. Tte IluV.e or Sa*. -< obiug visit** Napoleon, v itb the miwqr St.tus'assent in order to in duce Napoleon tc recoiuisetherigtitof Schle-. v i?-liolsteiii ln.ch.tfe to i noo? : in* iro wn Jov erinient Tin motiou before : he Federal ili?t for \u gnete nbi;r?'s r* covniiion has b^-n post,?on d at tLe ic qui et oi Au triann* Prussia !)? iwiinrk. Five J'nti h tfam rs w r- cruising off Riri.lsuid, v.tiere the Prujsia. flouili is ice t'otibd i Le Swei i-li 'roop? in sot; thern S -vede.i nave bfen crctfred o ne ready to i-.?area. ah nu'ii-portant ent?t;enin occurr don tie ir,1h at j?iiii<i" i \ett. It is stated rh'it six hundred p-asaits bate be. li compeil.d bv Mi?-eu^in. t (11 1 til ti ? ei^e ion ol ire c >es hef re Fiederl -a "1 l.e Au-<naii troops having t> ?? i <n >1 '9te l \>y h- li hah taiit'* Vi I .(Je-i. -b't -ua u -? oidered that all muniujiis ol war in t ir ni in pc? s?n-i' ii ot civilians shall b-* ?leUver-?-l up to tt e military authorities wi bm t jr^nty-fjur hours. 1 i.e roads1 in Jutland are Impassable In conse qvunceol be beavy r?iii?. M;.rehal Wrargel has- profcl^iiid the export ol hoi see, ?attle and gr in f?om Jutland. T.i e PlU^slals had occupied t-evenl pla :^s netir U up pel, and an unim rmrtnut eagage mei.t had oei nrr?d iu&r ihe same place. T he ciiscount demand at th^ Banlt of-E 4 glaiid was moderate, and ra'es unaltered. C'emmercini. Cotion advanced d aid. tor inferior qu^li ties, lireacstufls quiet and steady. Flour de clining- Winter red wheat8*aas 7d. Corn dnll. Provisions quiet and steaJy. REBEL RAID IN Kt^TlTKY. Attack on the City of Padacah?The Place Sacked and Partially Destroyed?The Assaults on the Fort below theC'i.'y Ke. pnl?rd-l arge amoun of Property ('up ?turned?Destructive Pire by tbe Union Gunboats?Tbe Rebel General Thompson hilled. Cai?o, March 26 ? Reports are circn'atsd here this morning that the rebels, under For rest, attacked Padncah, Kentucky, fifty miles above here, yesterday, and burned part of the town, but as telegraphic communicatioa has been cnt off, no authentic information caa be obtained. The steamer Jatan, from Nashville, passed Padacah at five o'clock this morning, and the steamer Joseph Pearoe, which parsed two hours later brings the following advices: Forrest, with an estimated fore ol five thous and, captured the place at 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon. He sacked and fired tbe city. Oclonel Hicka, commanding the post, oc cupied the city with about eight hundred men. The rebels made fotft- assaults on the fort, bnt 1 were repulsed each time. Three of oar gua boats opened on the city daring tbe occupation by tbe enemy, much of wnich was burned, including the marine railway and steamer Orizona. The wharf-boat and about 3 000 inhabitants of tbe city were moved across the river npon learning of tbe approach of the en?my. Wn*n the Pearce passed at 7 o'clo .-k this morning, tne enemy bad left, and the people were returning to tbe city, and tbe fires were dying out The amount of publ ic and private properly captored is unknown at present, bat it is supposed to be veiy large. Oar lose was 20 killed anl 4Q wounded; 180 to 300 rebels are reported killed, among them Oen. Thompson Twenty.five bonses around the fort were destroyed by our troops, they being used as screens for reb-?l sharpshooters. The headquarters and the Gov ernment store-hc ases were horned by the en emy. A reporter has gone to Padncah, who will furnish correct information as soon as possible. ANOTHER ACCOUNT. Rebel Loss Very Heavy?Fifty Killed in One Company Caiho, March 27.?A despatch from Uolnm bui, Ky , eays Forrest and Faulkner are b* tween that place and May field. Their rnrort? are iu a crippled condition; their strong, b is much greater than was first estimated. May field is filled with rebel wounded from Pa ducab; twelve to fifieen hundred are said to have arrived there. One regiment lost l?iu, and one company 50 killed. Tbe rebels at last ac counts wtremaschingtowardaCli iton. Sboull tb?y atiack Columbue, they will receive a sua warmer reception than at Paducah. A UMON Kfc.Vfc.RSK ?N Tt VltlKSIEK. Surrender of tbe Seventh Tennessee Cav blri ? Tbe Enemy, in Superior Num bers, Repulsed Three Tiui<*s Caiuo, Maicii "5 ?The enemy, being repo-1 ert in iorce i.? ar Ui ion Citt. Teun e?e^, v-"? terdaj,<jen. brajman, with a lor e of two ihcns.iiid men ano a battery ot iirulleo, pro c?td'd iv ra'Vi.ad to wit; iu?ix mile*of Union ( |t\. wt en thi y lenri ed tb <t ('-?! H iw<'in, wi'h 1< ur bunored of the7th Teune?e- civ aln , bad surrenoered, at 11 a. m af er rep 1 is ii g' tlnee time.*, tne re .els, who num ^ro.l nU at two thousand. Toe men wer* all arm ? 1 aioequtpifd ai d bad recent I v been ,1.11 i >r ov?^i a year's service. 1 been -m> ?niirttfd #lrt'. ? a*-?oirbus'ihle about'he tort>Uca<ions, and man befl t>fi" with the prisoners. (?en Bray man proposes th abandoameat of ?ucb ratpoits as Hickman ind Union city, ** tbey aie if 10 u?e to ibe Unl >ni? s. a -d are of value at present 10 the enemy as a means of obtaining supplies. Rhode Island Election. PbOvips?cv, R. I. March 2# ?There is la creared excitement concerning the State olec Uon. to take place on the tith of Apfjl- TJh8 auntention is tbe U. S. hoaatorohip The dl ?Mons lietweett rrtendsand opponents or Hon @2EK5S,s?sr:^s*w?& portends a trtaagnlar ooalestlor members of THE WEEKI.Y 8TAR. ' Thu Family ud Itrwa Journal, containing a greatm- wa?-t??y of hMmtlai reactng than can to found tn nay otfear, la pnbllabar on Friday morning It invariably oonuuna tto ?? WaatiiaftoB Ifewa" that baa maoe tto daily Emma Btax circulate ao genarauy tUroagbont UW country. Cut, Single copy, per annua ?1 Single oopiM, in wrappara, Frvm trtnrra. FROM CALIFORNIA. Action ?( the Unto* Stat# < mtialiM CiMidral Linrola, Kramer ('????(? and Other* el the laltlaraia Delegate* ig .(??irru frndorsed. San Frahcisco, March 96 Tb- Union Htate Convention organiaed at lS\cr*>m-nio yft rrday by tbe election of William H Sears aa cbairrnan, by 43majority,aver W.H.forks, tbe hn UConness candidate. The whole Tote caat ami.tinted to 357. To-day the Convention nnanlmonaly adopt, eo a t? stint ion praising tbe national Admini nation, declaring Abraham L ncoin the first choice tor the next Presidency, ana endorsing Messrs (Vnnrsi, Hlfby, Shannon, and Ool*, ol tbe California deiegatiou in Congress A aeparnte resolution in memoiy of the Re v. T Starr King waa adopted bv attending rotp, all tbe members rising from their seats in aileace. 1 be delegates to tbe Baltimore Convention bare not yet b- en elected, bnt do ibtle-s the maj.rlty of trem will be fhenda of Mr. O Mi ners. * * Circulation ol a Weekly ^lew?paper Sup pressed?Counterfeit Treasury Mate*. St l>ot'is. March 27.?Tbe circulation of th? Metropolitan Record, published in lf*w York, baa beer, anppraaaed in this department by or der ol (len Rotecran* "Well executed counterfeit on* hundred dol lar treasury bote* hare been passed oo s??ver-U parties within a day or two. WoN of a oimi* lar character have appeared at St. Joseph's and other points west. Police Reports ? Third prtdnct. ? David Jordan, receiving stolen goods; jiil for court. John McCarthy, asaiult; bail for baarlng. 1 bo mas M Harrigan, false pretence; hail for c?.nrt. Alb rt KranWie, perjury; bail for court. T torn as Sullivan, ae-anlt; ball tor hearing. John Mooney. selling on Sunday, a*i0 45. Mary M^oiiey, disorderly; dismissed. Eliza Mabo ney, rto; do. Elizabeth Rounds, maliclon* rai^ebb 1; ?5 50. Fourth Precinct ?F.vlin" 'West, disorderly: fl.tilt. Aurust Gearv, threats; hail for peace. A xth /'recentt.?\t:edenck Jam* a, Harry Rodders, Huge Gordoa. R phsel N orris, Jos. <to:dcn. disorderly; locked ui> six hours J^rry Ly eh and Thomas bonnigan, violating ro<w liw: eismn-eed Johti Roa< h, do.: ?3. E E. O'Rrie;:, matin? a nuiaai ce; dismtse d. John Mdilynn, laneiiy 'ail for court. Jobu R. 'fiunes-. a .ault and bittery;dismissed. J'im-s Riley, tiT5>i<) larc>n?: .jail for -ourt. J >ha Ml?y. crunk end disorderly; Thomas K-rr, do ; inin< o ever to ' h^ m'itVrv. . iiiih J'iccii'ct ? R ihaid Young, threat; J i*l. Pesft r TUgi-man. ?lo. i ail for petce John hamiPr-n, violating cirv or.iiuan"**: dM:ni-sed. Fiivab?th Johnson, driink aid disorderly; ?J. Maty And'ixu, riisuroerlv; #1 Malilla il'o'moii.du: E'l war:i O<wtello, d ?: mil itary. Thotcna Hrovtn. ti sjuc.ous character; lett-h I'juivct ? Pnpene n. T<oop. Mrceny; hail tor h^si inss. 1'1'om is R'.an a -?uit. ilis nuse^d. IboF. J. SWtdmor> . disordi'i 1>; Alii fci lVni'or do ; ?2 each Wm Eajj r, drunk; deniified. V< vpth Wabu Si at'iin 'Iap^8?Marshall Adams, Ri> htid liur jer, violiti u citr ordi I. ! Sr IS ?rfh. til n N \ ill , 'rui:^; dis mvM>d ,li hn II. Ii< obv. Bn?' rod R*?d, a saoif .''lid I ?'r rv I" r hearin? J >hn 1 , drunk ai d ci-o d^rlv; diami-s 1. R?b<ii JVlvBitiau, do;Si,.'.a Ju'*u Hol-'orfin, It i i<i hatiir\; bn'1 lor cour' Thomu l'iai y, o'nnk; *? 54. M ?tll 'a T^ght, dj and c*i orrt< rK: rtiemi??ed / < B A K I> it A. L Li , tor yii< BENEFIT OF Tilt: K>*..XfTAIENT FUND. to be It el 1 at the IIALL OF THE PATENT OFFICE BriLDINO. On THUItSLAY EVEN I NO. March 31, tbe proceeds to be appropriated to AIDING ENLISTMENTS IN THE CITY OF WASHINGTON. MANAGERS. nid Excellency the Presi'ientof the United Stateo Tbe Vice President. The SpeaVi r of the House of Reprsseutatlrea. 1 he Fecretsry of State. Tbe Secretary of the Treasury. The Secretary of AVer. ' The Secretary of flu; Nary. Tbe Secretary ol the Interior. Jbe PfistninstT Oeneral. a The Attorney General. ON THE rART Or TH? HVT. Oenll W Hal leek Col J B Fry Gi-11 r C Aii^tir Col B T In?rahsm G?-p J H Mnrtindale r!ol E M Greene Ger M C Meifs Ctpt H A Seheets Gen Benham Capt Benton Gen G D Bamser OH THE PART OP THE WATT. Asst Secretary G F Fox Capt II A Wiae Admiral Jos Smith Com Overton Carr Com J B Montgomery Payro'r J S Cunningham ON THE PART Of TDR If AftlXK 00RP4. Col John Harris Major W B Slack Major Nicholson OK TEX FAST OP TBI 8EHATE. Senator Grimes Senator Foot Senator Johnson Senator Carlilo Senator Morgan ?OH THE PART OP THE ffOOSt OF RErRtSBKT ATI V Rd Hon Thaddeus 8teven? Hon II W Davis Hon Owen Lovejor H<n? John A Rmsod Hon Samuel Hooper Hon A C Wilder Hon R C Schenck Hon F P Blair Hon N B Smithcra Hon R E Fenton ? _ ON THE PART Or THE OiriEKNa. Hon R Wallach Chaa Stewart Jos Plata Hon H Addison L J MMdleton A T Richarda Wm Dixon J F Haliday J F Puritt fiE Douglass B W Reed Wm Hamilton Wm Forsyth 8 C Culverwcll F Hits G W Rigjrs 3?aeh Downing G A Bohrer TP Morgan W Wall DrSAHMcKim Wm WilRon J W Bottler Wm Talbot Geo Krnlft Chas Klor..?n G A Scott Bobt Bozzel H G Lor?-h G R Wilson Wm Bradley W W Moore Win Hutchinson H N Easby C H Cti-rmehle D McCalhrau S V Hurdle J Y I>ari? J Holroyd Henry Riley W H I.amon Js? Brown J E Allen J H English M McN&lly J T Hexdlin C W Wroe J B Ellis T J Fisher S J Bowou T K Uayd Smith Pettit Henry Lyl<-s . Wm Winn A J Joyce 8 Y Sjlrester Geo Wright A Hancock, )r LA Beall John Dudley A Noerr B B French E K 8t?bblns MTalty Adolph Cluss GPGoff J D Hammack N Sargent J R Elvans W W Seaton K Acker W Stone Jos F Brown C J Cantiel j Gwynu Harric Thomas Lewis executive committee. Gen P F Bacon W W Rapley W N nawley J H Semmes A C Richaria A R Shepherd H C Wilson 8 V No yes C 8 Noyes John Stei-Rford P M Dubant Capt ES Wichlio Hudson 1 aylor N D Lame G-entlemen desiring inr::ations for ladies will lesve nam?"S and address at Hudson Tuylur's Bu<.k Store, Pennsylvania avenue, b tween 9th au 1 l*>th streets, addressed to "Executive Enlisttaent Coru mittee." rah Id tf NB. WOODWARD'S LIVE1Y, SALS AND HIKING 8TAIILES, No. 47 Noktii Street. Ualtimokb, Near Saratoga Street. nORSES. CARRIAGEsT I1ARNES8. Ac., pur chas<d and sold on et'iHuiission. T e sirbsrriher crte^ahi< so r vices to the public, v Uich from iWsrexperience Wwtl + mid e.\teu>i'c MC4'iHiu.taadv Kivt-s hi-n CI* T>" n.reri* r epportuf iti?T" Par*.Millar at ' tentii n given to the'6eli*cti<?n of Ba-liilc and 11 ir nesh Horses. Person- wishing ?i?.rs'^ s lipped in a. v direction by s-nill^g tKern to my address -n .-y r>l? open havmg them pronin-Iy atb-nde"! towitli e ut the ?e:seiial atteniio'iif the owner, thereby *avinc tlo-n-sel ve< much time'an'* teouM %. ltef.r to W. D. Wallach. Pr. prtetor Washington Mar; Dr. John G.egou. V-t- rinary Suramin; Samui l T. Houston, Quarternia^tur s Department, inh If. tf , 1,'OR SALE-By a Lady leaving the city-One I very fine S.iLDi.fc: llOB^E. suiUble|sv-^ f<r a lady; very apiritrl and perfectly Also. ore superior SADDLE HORSK; for a gen tit n an of ta?te. . _ ... .. ., f in he seen for a few days at HaaeH^a Stable, Beall street. O?*ergetown. No. 1?J?. Any person wanting a h would do well to call "ore Saddb* and Bridle, made by Krainer of NfW - - ? ?-*- -* a AAA?J 1_ t're rBn'II'' niiti oirur, ?u.-? ir iry r i Ycrk.cost jj96; made and fitted expressly for tag Lnily's horse. maH-lw m~ SPECIAL NOTICE. 1 HE New York steamers will carry any artielea for il.e Grent ranitary Fair to am held in New Vcrk freeof any char^ f. rfn iirM A rt !<1 f-s I utended for the eareJamesH^d.^UT MxVffc^VXata, nib tu1w foot of High St.. 8sor|?w??. !"mai v-iicai. Diiki* of ta* uiitff SmOSSKMSi 1 ml. tM?.

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