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QtOROt M. WI1TON, IDITOK.
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lie tnbetatt of Gen. HcClsllan's dire atcb of
We nave seen and eonverted vrllh a most In
MllgepV gentleman wbb with the arm;
datloit the whole struggle, down to Toesdnv.
and we aote tome points or the Information
which we obtained from him.
According to oar Informant, the battle ol
Friday wai a most, disastrous defeat, and won Id
hate bees more disastrous. If the enemy
had not been kept back, by ike firm aspect ol
noma Rfnforcementt, Oar retreat, during the
night of Friday, aero the Chlckahomlny wu
o precipitate, that we left behind a large nun'
ber of wounded, perhaps a thouiand, who oonld
have been brought aoroea with a little more
Daring' Satanlty there wu no fighting of
coneeqaeate.. The force which had attaoked
our right wing, oonld not get acron the Chick-
ahomlnyln the face ot our artillery, and in
front of oat centre and, left Ibey were sot
trong enough to attack our army In Its In
trenebmente. During Saturday and Saturday
night, preparations were made for the retreat,
which m commenced on Sunday morning by
the army, the wagons having commenced their
backward movement. on Saturday.
On Sunday' evening there was a thirp fight
at Savage Station.
On Monday there was a heavy battle at
White Oak Swamp, which raged from noon to
night. Our Informant think It was as severe
a battle as that of Friday, and that our loss
was as great as at Fair Oaks, We were deci
dedly victorious, capturing tome artillery and
three thouiand prisoners. Among them were
CoL Lamar, ex member of Congress from Mis
ilattppl, and Col. Pendleton, of Louisiana, late
of Cincinnati. Our informant did not hear of
tbo capture of Gen. Magruder.
On Tuesday there was fighting, less severe,
and principally by 'artillery, and on this day
oar toreee were assisted by the gunboats.
Our Informant does not think our lota In all
the fighting exceeds fifteen thousand In killed,
wounded, and taken prisoners by the enemy,
and he believes that the enemy's !os was far
greater than our own. In most of the actions
our army selected Its own positions.
The enemy fought bravely, and even deepe
rately, and teemed to be In overwhelming num
bers- The canteens of all their men who fell
Into our hands were found to be well supplied
Our men were In good spirits on Tuesday.
Gen. McClellan reports them so on the next
day, (Wednesday.) Tbelr victory of Monday
was most Important In that respect. But, al
though In good spirits, they were, of course,
muoh exhausted by marching and fighting.
Oar informant thinks that Gen. McClellan
Intends, when he says in his dispatch of Wedoes
day, that he bad lost bnt one gun, to be under
stood at referring to elego guns. Our Inform
ant tsyt we had lost aeveral pleoes of field ar
tillery, but not more than we had taken.
When our informant left the army, It was at
Turkey Island, fifteen miles from Richmond, "as
the crow flics." From thence to Berkeley'
Bar, where Gen. Mt.CI-llan reports the army on
Wednesday afleruoui, Is Seven miles by land!
By the river, the distance between the two
placet Is fifteen miles
If the Richmond papers rcprtt ont their loss-
on Thursday and Friday at 25,000 men, which
we. doubt, they must havu been In a slate of
panic. Their losses wore, doubtless, Urge, but
cannot have approached that figure.
We bavo no doubt tbut our Informant it
right In representing the battle of Friday us a
serious deleat for us. We have understood It
to all along, and there can be no Imprudence In
now admitting It, after tbo victory of Monday,
and the assured safety of our army at Berke
What cur informant mya as to tbo number ol
reinforcements which had pasted Fortress Mon
roe down to ? o'clock P. M. of Wednesday, no
hall keep to ourselves saving merely that
w amty is safe,
from thi Star of last evealBg.
We have information from the Peninsula
jast before the second edition of to-day's ktar
goes to press.
It is obtained for the most part from an In
telligent and reliable gentleman who left Gen.
McGlellan's headquarters on Tuesday evening
last at 4 p. m. He assures us that we bavn
lost In the almost a week's flgbtlni; but little or
no material no guns (cannon) of any kind.
Our total loss In killed, wounded and missing
It gentrally set down at from 10,000 to 12,000;
certainly not more tbatr 19,000
All our wounded and sick were safely
brought off the field to tl.e new position, ex
cept those at Savage's Station, north of tbc
In no one instance were our forces driven by
the enemy; retlrlrg only under orders from
one position to another, In going to the new
line itlected for our occupation.
The Richmond papers of Monday that bad
been received admit a rebel low, up to Satur
day night, of 23,000 killed, wounded and mln
Ing, Including Siontswull Juckson and R. Bj.ni
well Rhett, killed on Friday.
The whole movement was most admirably
conducted, and it regarded by the army us a
complete success, and our loss, though heavy,
Is not more than half that of the rebels, by ad
mission ot tbelr papers.
General MoCall Is miislng, probably wour 1
cd and a prisoner. Geo. Reynolds is a prisuntr
Fltz John Porter Is fclighlly wounded. Gen'l
Meade, of Pa., Is serloutly bounded, uuil in
now on the way to ''hlladelpbla. Col. Ward
(New York 38tb) is ralsiing.
The fLiht if Slonday last was terrific, and ra
aralted in a decided Union victory. It was said
that Sumner, on that day, bad made prisoners
of nearly a whole rebel brigade.
fa the courts of that action we took an eutli i'
1 be gunboats aided that afternoon lu driving
gaek tbo enemy, with immense loss to tbein.
Among the prisoners wt took ou Monday
wen said to be Gent. Magruder and Loogatrpit,
with an uudue proportion of oncers.
Throughout the action of Monday and Tuet
day our me were cheering at all points, the
ovhole army,bc!otT lu excellent spirits.
Thecanteens of the rebels were filled with a
mlxore of cuopowder and whisky.
Throughout the action of Tue-diy, In pro
Ktesi when our Informant left, tbo ene-uiy were
repulsed and beaten everywhere, fighting a
tiougn tnelr en
The fight of
uuery uuel, iq
Tbe rebels sflRra M have
ers. Thti Includes our laree naKberflf'tlrk
and wounded left, with surgeons, north of the
unicxanominy oa f riaay,
Jactson's AnuT. We published ou Tuesd ty
Information from Fredericksburg, to the effect
that R.wat-kacwn there, from contrabands, ejid
deserters, that General Jackson had brought
diwn from Port Republic at least twenty
thousand men to Orange Court House, and had
there been Joined by large forcet from file
mom!. -n Afterwards the rebel UoUcs.were
changed, and this combined force was preclpi.
iated upon Gen.'McCfelltn'e right wing. ,!r"ll
iThts Information It) ooaflrsssd In almost (very
particular by two deserters ' from Jackson's
army, whose statements; are given by a corres
pondent of th Mew York Tbnet front the White
House, June 28. The number of regiments,
according to their accounts, sent after tbe bat
tle of Fair Oaks to Gen. Jackson, was ten, wlib
three batteries of artillery.
'After the battle of Fair Oaks the enemy either
aiprebended no Immediate attack from Gen.
McClellan, or determined to try the effect of a
djierslon elsewhere. But changing their tac
tics again, they decided to fall upon General
tfcClellan's right wing, and for that purpose
n6t only recalled the regiments sent to General
Jackson, but ordered up Gen. Jackson's own
pfoper army alto.
This army was not let! than 20,000 strong.
We have no doobt, also, that many thousand
of Beauregard's army were In the late battles
ai Richmond. Tbe evacuation of Corinth took
place on the 29th of May, and there has been
abundance of time to bring troops from Corinth
All tbe railroads leading to Richmond from
the South, are In the undisturbed posKss'on c(
West Viboisu. It It objected to the propo
sition that this new State, as a pre-requlslte to
admission into the Union, shall iooorporate In
Its constitution a certain provision In respect
to slavery, that It contravenes the principle that
new States must be admitted upon tbe same
footing as the old ones, and must have the
same degree of power over local and domestic
This objection would be valid to a proposi
tion to compel a State to so bind Its future
action In local and domestic affairs at to place
It npon a different footing from the old States
In that respect.
But tbe adoption by a State of a provision
In its own constitution, which nuy be changed
at its pleasure, does not impair its sover
eignty. West Virginia, with a provision in its con
stitution that slavery shall not exist, will be as
sovereign at Maryland or Missouri, whoee con
stltutlons forbid legislative Interference with
Wo do not believe that Congress can compel
West Virginia to bind itself to prohibit slavery
during all time to come; but Congress can
compel West Virginia to abolish It by her first
constitution. This Is, to be sure, practically
the tame thing, because elaverj,once abolished,
will never be re established. Out, In a consti
tutional point ol view, It is a very different
Tuc Colored Scuooui ot tuu District. As
it Is generally understood that thepresent Board
of School Trusters would not act la accordance
with the provisions of the late law for the edu.
cation of the colored children of tbe District.
a new bill was presented by Mr. Lovejoy,
which creates a special Board of Trustees to
manage the whole aOalr. ihe following Is the
bill, as It passed tbo House yesterday, without
H, dissenting voice:
A DILL relating lu seboils for ,thu education of
coiorcu cnikirsn in me clues or WHsnlncton
and Georgetown, tn tbo District of Columbia.
Ut U cnucfal by lt Smi'c and iouse if li'p
rtieMtivs of the Unllal Wilts of Amtricu in
VuinjTtM lUstmlM, That the duties tmpon-d on
tho ltoard of Trusteca of tbe publio h, booU in
tlio cities of Washlncton and flaorcetoun. in
tho Dlstnot of Columbia, by virtue of an act
numou -- n imji proviuing ror mo r-aut.iunn
of coli rod children In the cities of WuHliiiti:.
ton and Georgetown, District of ColumhU,
and Tor other purposes," appnncd May 21,
lso'J, bo and the same are hereby traiiKrerrrd
loDinlol Breed, Bayles J, Bowsn, and ZenasC,
ItotibliiH, ar.d their successors In oAke, who are
nsreoy oreiea a uoara or Trustees ot the
Mohools for oolored children tn the cities ufnrA
MAld, and who shall possess all tho powers, and
imrlurm ail the duties, conferred ut on and re.
quired of tho trustees ot public schools tn the
s-tm cuies oi yvasntngton ana ueorgetown, oy
the aforesaid act.
Bee. 2. .ltul fco il further citacled, That the
before named trustees shall hold their oftlccs
f tr the respective terms of one, two, ind three
years, to bo determined by lot; and It shall be
Ihe duty or the Secretary of Ihe Interior, on
the 1st day of July, 16CJ, and annu.tlly on that
j thereafter, to appoint from among tho resi
dents of the aald cities, a trustee tu place of tbe
one whoso term has expired nr Is about to ex
lilre. Arid tbe HerreUrr nf the Interior la also
authorized to flit vacancies in said Board of
iriMiees whenever, Irora any cause, suo'i v
cancles may occur
Gt-. Giunt. We have just conversed with
mveral gentlemen connected with tbe army ol
Gen. Ilalteck In the West, who contradict, with
great emphasis, Ihe current reports In regard
to the iuUmper,incft of Gen. Grant
Tbey represent tho story as a malicious In
ventiou, designed to tarnish tho fame f his
exploits In the West, and to deprive him of bis
well earned reputation
- Senator Hale yesterday, in answering
a remark of Mr Sumner, refl-ctlng npr.r. bis
refusal to rote aye, upon an amendment Mil
lag negro testimony admissible, said be tad
long labored for that object, but that If incor
porated In a law il would be rendered nngatory
by the present Sjprtmo Court, and be there
fore regarded such action as utterly futile. Ho
preferred to abolish the Court altogether.
.Mr Tbe retrograde movement of the right
ing of our army, ordered by Gen. McClellan,
on 1- riday morning, was made with great reluo
tanco by our trr.i ps, und resulted disastrously.
But it is possible thai greater disasters would
have resulted, II tbe retreat hail not bi-eu or
der td Tbo facts at present known, do not fur
nish u stifllclent basis for u judgment on that
.-Il lsevlilmt Hut tbo friends of General
McCloil.ui Intend to make a systematic attack
upon the President, lor not keeping him suffl
dually reinforced, and thus leaving him to be
overwhelmed by numbers.
Jtf Tbo Senate bill to confiscate the prop
erty of rebels for Uio payment of the expenses
of tho present rebellion, and for other parpo
we, wai nj'.ctcd In tho House of Representa
tives yeetciduy hy a vote ot H yeus to 123 nays.
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Conivrn, Jnly2. Eight or ten regiments of
cavairy, anaer utnrunaimert,-ittacxeavoil
Sheridan's advance nuard. about twa.mlla
south of Boonville, at about eight o'clock ytt
;erday.mornlog.Our companies made a most
brilliant charge on" the eheal'i reaf ,r At the
same time Major Conn, of the Second Iowa
cavalry, made a dash In front and on the
enemy's left, alarming the enemy so much that
CoL Sheridan was enabled to bold them In
check. About hair pat three o'clock, the
enemy commenced retreating, but Col. Sheri
dan having only" the St (fond Iowa and Second
Michigan cavalry, was unable to pursue the
enemy No report W the lots Is given.
'The '.enemr: make derhonttratloir dallv on
aurersiu parts a our line. M,
MY I ill
Oflsdat Dispatcb flroB Gen. NcClrllUi
dot. McClellan HHnrotctdi
Win nmitviw Jnlv 41 4 m mS
dlspttch from Gen. McCl-llsn, just received at
the War Deportment, dated from Berkeley,
IUrrlton't bar, July 2, 6 30 p. m., ttatet that
he ha tucceeded In getting his army to that
place, on the bank of the James river, and bad
lost bnt one gun, which had to be abandoned
last nigDt fnietaay,) Because it broke down.
That an hour- and a half ago the rear of the
wagon train was within a mile of Camp and
onlv one wairon abandoned. That we had a
severe battle yesterday (Tu sday) and beat the
enemy badly, the men fighting even better
man otiore. me men are in gooa spirits, me
reinforcements teat from Washington have ar.
. S. Slnfod, M. S.
lYInruacbuaetii Itcspouclt to the
Call for More Troops.
Boston, July 2. Gov. Andrew hai I'sued a
call to the people of Massachusetts to fill np to
the maximum number all her regiments now
In the Mild, and for tan to fifteen new regiments,
In response to the call of the War Department
The Governor closes his cill as follows:
" Massachusetts, which has never slumbered
nor slept, mast now arise to still higher efforts,
and pledge to all the duties of patriotism with
renewed devotion, -the individual efforts, the
united hearts, head.', and hands ol all her peo
ple." Evacuation of James Island.
Niw York, July 2. The steimer Honduras,
from Port Royal on the 30th Instant, reports
that the steamer'Vanderbllt, with two schoon
ers In tow, left that place on the 28th for James
t'laed. to carry our troops there back to Hilton
ISrlrfgee Barsied bjr ttsbel Guerillas
Louisvuxb, July 1. A turnpike bridge be
tween Uarrodsburg and Fcrryvllle, and anoth
er between Kicbolasrllle and Pekln were burn
ed last night supposed by rebel guerillas
The bridge at Hickman is also considered In
The Secretary ot the Jt'avy con-
fratuiatea coin, itavts on nis
The following congratulatory letter has been
addressed by tho Secretary of the Nary to Fit g
Officer Davis, commanding Western Flotilla,
Jane IB, 1862,
Sir: Your report of tbe encounter wltti the
rebel Heel on tbe Gib instant, on Moments, an.
nittnclng vour complete success, aided by Col.
Ellett, with the ram fleet, In capturing the
enemy's flotilla, has been received and read
with satisfaction. I congratulato you and your
associates on tbo virtual annihilation ot the
rebel naval force on the Uississinnl and the
surrender to you of the city of Memphis. These
e en Is are the sequel of gallant services ren-
a nm by our naval neroes ana tnose wno nave
b 'en associated with them In a series of con
fllcta and triumphs on tbe Western waters, for
me maintenance ol the riguliui authority ot
tbe Government and tbc integrity of the Union
You, and all vtbo have been connected with
you In lbi triumph, arc justly entitled to the
in ii.K in me wovernmeui aim country.
I am respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
KltiS Onicir Cb irlrr Henry Divis,cointnan''
lug Western flotilla, Cairo, Illinois.
The following reply to tbe uboe was re
'.elt ud from Commander Davis :
II, H. Cuti Stmmer '-Bknton "
Mcmi'IIU, Juno 21, 1M2.
Sir : Tbe letter of this D -partment of tbo lS'.li
insunl, congratulating mysvll und tbo officers
and men under my command, upon tbe results
of tbe engagement ot tbs Gth Instent, has boon
received and read wltn unalloyed pleasure.
The satisfaction with the success of the day
expressed by Ihe Department, and its appro
bation generally constitute at once the prool
and the reward of service I shall cause your
letter to be read on board of every vessel In
ihe sqnsdron, embracing those not. present on
Ihe tiih lust,, lb it all may perceive that former
services are uot forgotten, and that the Depart
racnt, In viewing present events, still cherl-b
the remembrance of a long scries of conflicts
and triumphs, or which there eTents aro the
libave the honor to' be, very reffcclf ully
your obedient servant; V rf'"
7 C.-H. Datb
Flag officer, commanding naval lorccs on the
Mississippi and its tributaries.
Hon. Gionox W'tu.ts.
Secretary of the Navy, Washington, D. C.
The following, also to Commander Davis, baa
been Issued :
NivrDxrAnTMCVT, Jane 27, 18C2.
Sin : Your dispatcb of tbe 19th instant, com
municating Information of the capture of two
batteries at St. Charles, and tbe removal of ol
struc'Jons which have probably given us the
command of White river, has been received.
Tbe Intelligence of the continued success of
tl e nivy It most gramytng ; cut we victory ai
St. Charles Is mingled with regret for the
lamented dead, and sympathy for the wounded
who wera victims ot tho fatal accident to the
Mound City, and of their barbarous opponents,
who fired upon them tiler that great calamity.
1 he contrast between theso barbarities of a
savage enemy at St. Charles, and the hnmane
efforts of yourself and your command to rescue
tho wounded and disabled at Memphis, la hon
orable to the gallant men of tho flotilla, and
will be gratefully remembered.
Too nation nunoriug ine niemoiy and sttner
Ings of Its heroes, sympathizes with tho wounded
survivors anu inc uereaveu ismiues oi uc gal
The nobleit trlbntei ant duo to those who
bleed lor thlr country, and di la Its cause.
I am, mpt ctmtiy, your out uient servant,
FlagOtlicer Cms. II. Divia, Commanding West
ern Flotilla, Memphis.
GES'L SlOlL TO COMUAND TUB GCRUAN DlW
aio.v. On the 2btb ol Juno la-t, Gen. bigel u'n
nounced ut Middletown, Va., that ho was tu
tnku command of the German Division. The
nevmof tl.Il cbango was reodved with great
enthusiasm by lb: Germans, wbo utmost Idol
2" A bill Is now peuding ip the Ilouso of
Representatives providing for Ihu discharge of
State prisoners, and otheu ; and to authorise
the Judges of tbe United butos Courts to take
bail or recognisances In secure Ihe trial of tho
orlal from dls-
1hcra when to y enlisted. Referred to the
t or mvi!
Mr. BALE. frouTllie CommTtMrotT-MaTmi
Affair, td wloniwaa recommitted toe bill, ie
'equalize And esMblrth tie1 grids' it line offloirt
ol Ihe-uasy, xtpMed thejMawlh anjtddl
tlocal lection containing a pay roll lor Ihe
, ltix rjmorjftQkfi
Mr. KsDOUG LL Inlroduord a bill to amend
"an act tor aid In'tte construction et a rsllroid,
and lelesttph line train Ihe Missouri' river to
the Paclaa ocean! and to secure to the Govern
meat the nse of the same lor postal,, military
tod otbef burrctet"''" ol
,. Itprorllesfor'themwtlngof tta ootporattft
of, the road tin td ,THirsdtv In- September,
In, Chicago. It wot considered and pissed.,,
f xiuxr dr imhAHa tolextks. i
., ,ssr. Lanfi. oi inataaa. cmuea no la qui lor
the-relief of companies A, D, E, F.H and I,' of
the Twentieth Indlsaa volunteers, for losses of
luggage and other property at Hatterat Inlet,
wbloh was amended to Include additional Items
for company at, and passed ,, ,
""-rDnmi or jctr.
' Mr- TRUMBULL moved that When tho Sen
ale adjourn, It sdj turn to Monday. Lost,
Tbe vote wu then taken ou themotion to
adjourn to Saturday, which was alto .lost by a
vote oryeat 11 to nayi 22, at folio-1!
YEAS Meters. Browsing, Chandler, Foot,
Qrlmes, Harlan, Henderson, Kennedy, King,
Hnrrlll, Pomeroj, Trumbull, Wade, Wilkinson,
and Wrlht-li. '
NATO Messrs Anthony, Carllle, Clark, Col
lamor, Cowtn, Dsvia, Dixon, Fsssendtn, Foster,
Bale, liowe, Lane of Indiana, Lane of Kansas,
Netmllb, Powell, JSanlsbury, tlherman, 81m-,
nous, Stark, Burner, Ten Eycki-and Wllley
The Senate crocetded to consider Hoate
amendments 'or the set of the 3d of March,
18J7 entitled "As aol ttipplementarr to the
act entitled '.Aa ut.to ara-nd the Judicial sys
tem of tbe United But.' "
On motion of Mr. WRIGHT, an amendment
was adopted: matins: Ohio. Indiana, and Mich
igan the seventh circuit; Kentucky, Illinois,
and Wisconsin thi eighth circuit ; aud Mlone.
anta. Iowa, Missouri, and Kansas the ninth
Uiber ameudm.'nta having been acted upon,
tht bill was passed.
On motion of Mr. HARRIS, the bill to estab
lish provisional governments In certain cases
was taken np, and briefly discussed, and then
postponed to Monday, and made tho special
order for twelve o'clock.
Mr. WADE called up the bill to provide a
temporary government tor the Territory of
Mr.TKUMBULLopposcd tbe till, and moved
to postpone to the first Monday of December
Messrs. WADE, MoDOUGALL, POJ1EROY
and LANE (of Kansas) favored tho passage of
It was postponed by a vote of 23 to 13.
A bill confirming a Und claim to the State
ol Iowa was passed.
BSX1U? nr isDRIW TEN BBOA.CK
The Senate rejected, by a vote of 22 to 13,
the hill for the relief of Andrew Ten Broeck,
for diplomatic service) In addition lo commer
cial duties as conial at Munich, In Bavaria.
Mr. DAVIS Introduced a joint resolution for
adjournment on Thursday, tbo 10th instant
Mr. FOSTER called up tbo b.Il ia relation
to the judiciary. t
Mr. &UMNER moved to amend so that no
testimony should be excluded on account of
color ot witness. Rejected yeas 10, nays 23,
at follows :
YEAS Messrs. Chandler, Coll.imer, Foot,
(Irlmos, Harbin, Harris, Howard, Howe, King,
Lane of Kansas, Morrill, Pomeroy,8umotr and
MAYS Messrs. Anthony, Drowning, Clark,
Davis, Dixon, Fessenden, Foster, Hale, Hender
son, Lino of fndUna, Nesmllh, l'owoll, FUuls,
Trumbull, Wllley, Wilson of Missouri and
After an executive session, the Senate ad
HOUSE OF REPRLVSL'MTATIVBH.
Mr. STILES, of Pennsylvania, submitted a
resolution, mai wnen me uouse oujouru, 11 be
lo Mondav next.
Mr. bTEVENS, ol Pennsylvania, moved to
amend by Inserting Saturday.
Mr. ULiAiu, or Virginia, moved to lay the
resolution on the tabic. Agreed to ; vcai 74.
eaivTCSTto election cask.
Mr. tESSENDEN. tf Maine, offereil a roso
lutleu lo admit Charles Henry Foster to a seat.
In order that be may uddrtsstbo Ilouso on tho
merits of bis claim to a teat as Rtprosentatlvn
in uoogress irom me orcouu uongressional
Diatiict of North Carolina.
The Sneaker overruled the motlnu, on tho
ground that the same matter had heretoforo
boen decided adversely.
okmral iruvrKn'a lettui.
Mr. ALLEN, ot Ohio, enteied u motion to
re cunsider the vote whereby the communion
lion from tho Secretary or War, transmitting
tbo reply of General Hunter to the n solution
of the i)th ultimo, calling for " Information re
specting tbe orgaalzatloii by Gen. Hunter, of
Ibo Department oi suiitn uurouna, oi a regi
ment of volunteers, fur the defence of tbo Union
composed ot blaok meu, (fugitive slaves,)" wus
oidored to hs printed.
Mr. LOVEJOY ela'cd that Inasmuch as the
ecntlcman Irom Ktntucky (Mr. Wlckliffe) was
absent when the r. lily of Gen. Hunter to the
resolution (inlroductd by Mr. Wick life) wus
read, that tho leimi ie now roaa lor tno gen
Mr. W1UKLIFFE I Intend to answer It at
the proper time.
Mr. BABBITT, from the Commltiee on Com
merce, asked that the committee be discharged
from tho further consideration of the memorial
of Charles Henry Foster, praytog for resnmp
lion of commercial intercourse between the
loyal people of tbe State ol North Carolina and
tbe Northern States. Laid on the table.
ERIE UAIIUOIC. ,
Mi; LUBliirr repirted from the same com
inlttee, a bill to mako an appropriation for tbe
Improvement ot the harbor of the city of Kill.
Ordeied to be printed, and n (erred to the Com
mlitco of tbo Whole on the state of the Union
Mr. POTTER, Irom the Committee on Publio
Lands, reported Ibe Senate ;oiot resolution to
'rant light or pro etoptlon .0 certain lots In
lot A I.AMU.
Mr. POT I Kit, from ttio same committee, re
ported a bill concemog tciUIu lands hereto
(ore granted to the iJ'.aui ol low a. 1'aMsd.
Mr. P01TE11, (r-'ji tin) name coumituc, i(-
ported n bill in relu'iun to tno pro-empllou ot
claims and tor otlt r puiponcs. Piiiifd.
This bill ri"julr( tho p'o emptor to have
resided one ytar nu 'be preniists prior lo pre
emption, an 1 prcvM atlut no rituclimatlou Ly
tho Presld-'nt lor lb i tie of publio lands shall
bo made until lb a une lull hav been turvey
id; that nosalu ihe-itof lUll be made until t'-c
landi shall hao b (u suiveyed six years.
Mr POTfEIC fion tbe same committee, ie
ported Ihe Sc-n.it joint resolution autburili g
tno)Utooi aiinne-.jtntoenat'gotne nuuoi ctr
tain branch railwayslu lbatblate,und furolhci
The Committee ioposed an amendment In
the nature of u substitute, which was acloptid,
und the joint resoluilou as amended, was passed.
Mr. fOVflSll, lie ii 'bo sainu committee, re
ported bick tlio bill lo enlmgo llio L-ikn Supo
rior land dhtricl In tint State of Michigan.
I POTTER, from the tame committee, re.
float the StealVs tabW. thablil Itl
certain vrant of tanda for railroad DurDOSi I
maue to toe ntaie oi Mionigaa m acmu, uj.
oertaln verbal amendments might be agreed to.
"AnMntntnrt adopted. -" -
r f . rotr omcc nxrARTMiNT.
' Mr. OOLFAX. from the Committee on the
- :. . w.r .-. -'.;;. : . o. .i...
PostQHcjfidPoit Roads, reported back lh
Senate bilTin idallSnTo" he Tost OBcrDni'
tl. rrasimnru r.rTtiAriAM,Hltl forth
District' of Columbia, reported1 a bill reratlng
to tcnooia lor tne eancauoa or oonreu ouuareu
In the cltlet of WashlnsHon-and Georretown,
aodtho.nistrict of Uolanibja, ..Passed nnanl-
, , , vovant.
Mr. IlIrfnllAH.'Irora be Commlt(sHb tht
Judiciary, reported a bill to change tht plsOe
ol holding the Circuit 'and District Courts ol
me uuiieti Btatee in tne aiswict ot.wesi Atsv
nestee. Passed," i v f siti
This bill changes tbe place of holding tald
Courts frorsJtckton to Huntington.- .i, ,
Mr, niNQHAM, repotted back from1 the teat
committee, lundrr memorials Irons Mttiehi 'at
Cincinnati relative to tbe expulsion fro n Con
gress of Hon. O. L. Vallandlgham, and asked
mat toe lime oe iaia on inf unit. ,jsgreea. to.
niscHARot or rBBONEs,j ,,
Mr. BINGHAM, from the tamo oommlttiiev
reDorted a bill to provide for the. dhchtrr of
State prUoopri, aod others, and td, tutboriie
the Judges of the United Slates Coarta to take
otii or recognizances, to secure ine inn oi tne
I'hls bill directs the Secretaries of Bute
J ad War, as soon as practicable, to furnish the
edges of lbs Circuit and District Courts list
of the names of all persons, cltlztm of Slates
where the Judicial process hu been Interrupted.
it atso aqtnorizef too rresuent to sntpena ine
writ of Aniens corpus, In cases of Invasion, &.. ,
for tbe public safety. If Ibe grand Juries fall
to find Indictment tbev are to be dltchtnred.
and alio make It an offenc for Ike offiotr to
refusing to dlsohaige the prisoner. ,
Tbe morning boor having ixplrcd, the con
slderatlcn of the bill went ever. i
on motion of Mr. ELIOT, ot Massachusetts.
the House proceeded te the consideration of
business from the Speaker's table, i,
, .CO.irrJOATION. '
Mr. ELIOT called an the Houte bill wlib
Senate's smendment, In form of a sabstituts,
hi couuscaie ine properly ot reoeis lor tne pay.
ment of the expenses of the present rebellion,
and for other ptrpotes.
Mr. ELIOT said that this substitute wot
known u Clark'i bill, and morod to non-con
cur In It
Mr. CR1SFIELD. of Mtrvtand, moved to lav
the amendment on Ihe table, on which
Mr. LOVEJOY, o' Illinois, demanded the
yeas aod naya.
Mr. ELIOT Icqnlrcd what would bt tbe effect
should that motion be sustained?
, Tbe SPEAKER replied It would lay Ihe bill
on the table.
Tbe motion to table was disagreed to by a
vote of 48 yeas to 80 nays.
Tbe House refused to concur In tho Senate's
amendment by a vole of 8 yeas to 123 nays ;
so the bill goes bock to the Senate.
ILLINOIS SUir CANAL
Mr. SHEFFIELD, of Rhode Island, called up
his motion to recomlJer the vote by which the
House tabled tbe bill to construct u ship canal
ror lbs passage of armband naval vessels from
tho Mlssis'sppi river to Lake Michigan, and for
olher purposes. Tbe rote was then reconsid
On motion of Mr. SHEFFIELD, the consid
eration of tbe bill was postponed to the 18th of
Mr. MORRILL, from Ihe Committee or Ways
and Means, reported back the House bill, with
Senate's amendments, maklnc Mnnronriatlons
for sundry civil expenses of the Government
ior tne year ending June lit), loo J, ana addi
tional appropriations for the year ending June
Some of tbo amendments wero conalderod
and agreed to ; pending discnsslon (hereon, a
motion wss made that when tbe Home adjourn
to day It be until Saturday, and tbe conrldera
tlon ol the amendment to thd said bill went
TREABURV NOTE PILL
On motion of Mr. SPAULD1NG, of New
York, tbe bill to aulhorizt tbe Issue of addi
tional Unltod Stales Treasury notes aud for
other purnosrs. was taken from the Snoaker's
table, and refarrcd lo thu Committee of Wtyt
bOLOIEIM rtlKLOUClllS, SU
Mr. DUNN, ol Indiana, submitted tho (ol
lowing resolution, which was adopted :
Iterolod, That the Committee on Military
AtTalrs be instructed to Innuire what leclalatlon.
If any, la iiecosaary to faoitltule the granting of
luriougna or aiscnurres ru sice ana wnunaeii
soldiers; and that tbe same committee' be also
instructed lo inquire Into and report as to the
manner In which the soUllois wno die In this
city tend vicinity are burled, and that said
oommtttee have leave to report nt any lime,
oy Dili or uiuerwisc.
Mr. LOOMIS, ofConnesllctit, presented the
revolutions of the Legislature of the Slate of
Connecticut In tavor ol tno location of a navy
yara at rtsw uonaon, in mat niate. uraeren
in be printed and referred to tbo Committee on
"UITAL UOITII CAUOLIVAN3 "
Mr. DUNLAP. ot Keulaukv, offered a reso
lution. declaring that tho sentiments contained
In Gen. Hunter's letter, read in the House of
Representatives yesterday, relative to Ihe arm
ing of a regiment of black men In ihe Depart
mmt of South Carolina, Is eminently an Indite
oily to tbc American Congress and lasultlcg
to tbe American people, and unworthy of the
Mr. WASHBURNE, ot Illinois objected, si
tho resolutlou was uot Introduced.
On motion of Mr. HOLM AN, of Indians, the
House adjourn' d to Saturday next,
jar-Wo learn from tho Springfield (HI.)
Journal that Ihe vote on tbe new Constitution
of Illinois (excepting Clay county; not heard
from, and which can only vary the result a few
hundred rotes,) loots up us follows:
Against the Conttltatlou 39,130
For the Constitution 22,807
Majority against the Constitution 10,200
Senator Wilson. This gontleman was In bis
seat a short time during tbe session of yester
day. Tra.es of his recent severe illness are
to i visible In Mi appearance, and wo tear bo
hi boen tou i.niloui lo resume tbe discharge
ul his public duties.
pv bill has parsed the House ol Reprc-
tentatlvcs requiring tho pie emptor of publio
lands to reside on yesr on the premises prior
t j preemption; and providing that no taleef
t. cli lauds shall be mado until six years after
ibe sauii' shall have Lien Harvoyed.
Common Skxsk i. an Unexi'iCTKU Quarti.ii
Tb-j lialtlinorc Amtrlum of July 2, says:
t This rebelli- n l-t not to be put down by any
kind of conservative ' oratory or resolution '
making. That whs tried thoroughly at flrat,
and with the ' Critttiidon compromise resolu
tlnna.' Tho atrocioui I.Kjiery of that porlod
even now makes one reel Indlgnaut, as wo think
cf the part takon by such men as Mason, lien
lamln, Davit, and others, In mat uouvrlng mere
ly to gain time, and with no purposo whatever
ol accepting any terms at all which should stop
tbem, abort of an appeal to arms. They have
sought the latter. Insisted upon It; letlbemget
a stilUulsuc')' of what thoy were nfitr, and 1st
the nation frown down all attempts to make
toi ins for them until they m e thoroughly w hip
port as tbey rlohly deserve."
portna a joitetjMauoiLatxUsaionrjB wi
cerflig llisMNi M J ll'B"M"1 PW'H"1''
'Blacts'tn Cakada. Tbe reeulte of the census
PsT The House of Representatives hu ad-
Joarnaa'drtranttl Wmntawm Bestta will
be in section to day.
On Saturday olrht'trdertwiraalrea Gena
FrankHn rhsmntr aatloKeyet, .wboM, forcts,
rrtld tbe centre and right of onr Jin on Ike wet
tide of tht) CMMtJsottlay, todettroy twtrylUi (
In tht war of carsot. nftnmltttllt saortaL amaau
nldoo and hospital euppllee that transportation:
00? "' :''nea ' or,. ana w.crttaauy
wilhdrtw Uolr forOM towarde Savt?K:Ward
trot alto tent to the wonnded atearageVt, Jqt,
Ihoee who wtre able i to . walk, to move Ioikm
dlitelrutowards Carter'liBUtlon-on Jamas
Rlyer.ii All tbe ambulanoea belonging to, the
arjnr-wert) brooght down .to, the.tlaUon tad
pllei'wlth tht irvtrsly wounded-- Buttrant
sworn tares nnnarea were n, to. raUilato.the
hafidsot the eiratsy. t . ,
'A tmall ametsnt .of. ootnrsdtawy stores and
camp equlpaf;was dettroytdat BavagtV.
Tbe lsrgsr portion of the army topnliet wtr
at, Fair Oak.', Hert we were obliged to biro,
-rsst quanjltles, for the lack, of transooiUtlon,
""leu c "r - -'
How.BttnaiOARD Moved His Aasrr East.
AINaititllli).; Correspondent-' of the Ctnctnoatl
Uaittti wtlitf.ii'pba what he tjeems pretty good
authority, that While Besnreeard was hr,rdtn
Corinth he hod Mvertr thousand 'laborers' em
ployed extending the' Jackson' and ' Vl(iksbrg
Railroad frail LnWasUiui In kiuiMiiM ai."
that fotmlnga oonnoilori with ths But Soon'
a wort completed, a glance at the "mhnt wffl,
show the ftoriltj with iwhlcti tht army-of thi
niopi,r largo pernon or it, mar oe
Waniferred.toRlchrSond. , ,"
I il Fait. J
lYestardar avsnlna's Star eontalns a.tiFa.
graph accusing Offloer Pumphrey of showing
partiality 10 colored persona, which it raise, of
Which the followinr are thn trua fmittlt Ahnnt
S o'clock on Monday afternoon, at the colored
Sunday'school was passing near But. Washing-
too atainoaiK onuron, wv young Din T tne
tune of Brans rushed throaib thebrocastloo.
knocktd several of the children -down. On
who had them In oharge, htlplpg them up, told
tbsm not to err, whereupon on ot the .your
men knocked him down. It bapptntdaa OUT'
otrt Williams and Pnmphrey were 'on dntr;
their attention wat'atlratttd by the crowd,
and on Inquiring tht etute of tb dteturbanoo,
they learned tht ebove stated facts, and arrest
ed the parties concerned.
we aavueiue tonooier ror tne filar to,rt.
fralnfrom DUhllthlnsr falsahoodsdaitffniid tn li.i
Jure those who are swnrn to do their duty with-
out paruaiiiy, or no, win oe neia ret ponsioie py
Ltartie.t or Stats,
1 Wiuhixitm, Jan. U, 1862.
, The Secretary of State will hereafter reoelve
members of Oongreea on business on Saturday,
commencing with Saturday, the first ot next
WILLIAM H. 8EWABD.
IT PstseeagerTralsi to Mauasu.
QSIo c Military Pindar
Washniitai, April IS. lto
Ko aajssuer tttilA will hm m IvAbi Wul.lnvtmi
to Manassu until rtnlur notlos
D. O. McCALLUtr,
aptl K. D.etlast K.K.U..
sri-Dnlo Ptifu Mtlsis;-Tht Union
Piarer Hettlnr will be hild tvtry afitrscoi tais
wevk.lsKtw YerkA'SBatekarcli. (Itsv Dr. a or
ley's,) commencing st J o'clock, and contlaales oat
hour. Jy 2
AVsrllltsMlslBBS, AtUBtloStl AlUltlstBS Of
I1Ubo4 now la the city are nqaesttd te meat at the
roo of Hon. w. p. Dole. Comnlwloner of Ind a
arnUrt, In ibe HaUnt Ufflee baiimni, on 8ATDB
DAY KVKNlNU.tke Jlhli.tnt,at7 o'c'.oik, to
tats tutsans for ths relief ol tat sick tad wounded
Umbo's so lrs now la snd nesr this city.
B9-OBtencloT't IlBlr Ore Tbe Hut IB
tut Worm William A. Bateheloi's celebrated
HalrDreproluceiaeMor net tt be d.BttBgahbtd
from BBta; warra tted boi to lejort iht Ualr In ths
leasti remcdlM tht 111 eriets of bad dres, and Invig
O'attsthB Ualr lor lift. UKKV BED, or 8U8TY
11AIU iastantly turs a splradld Black or Brown,
I'avlox the nalr toft and baaatlftl Sold hy all
J-Tli titntiaa b signed WILLIAM A
K.otorjr, No St Iitrrlay street, (Lata 2S3 Broad
way and lellendj Hew York my XS ly
aT-Ly-oB Hasjattia lattct Pawtttr.
Tested for 19 years aaa grows la favor. It kills and
exterminate Roaohse, Bed Bags, Aits, Vleu,
Hoi hi la Cloths, fan tad taraUure, Clsrdsa lo
sects, ao All gsnutnl bttra the etguatBre of K
Lyon, and ti nnf poiirmmu taitenons nf Vtej(fa smtsMll
Btwart of ooanurrelts tta Imitations.
f.voa's l'owder kldi all InBeets In a tiles, i
Lyon's rills are death to rats aad mlet.
Bold everywhere D. 8 BAUHKS,
p 80 TTBIm Vtl Broadway, rlsw York.
(fUw ISollre. ROHLIIT J. WALKKK
and KItBDKUIC V. STAN ION will practlcs law
la tn Hapreme ana uirealt uoarts, uuurt or Ulal nsj
C7nnv1a tfVrtll Raanta nt ftAntn.laatnn.va nA n.'
partiatnls. Aided by two othsr aaioolatss, nn pul
of ia extensive sustnsas will bs nsslaated. Address
ITAI,AEHIBIAfllUS,Oml TVS rStTSSI, WSSB
IBglOD, V U
w-Bpscls.1 Notire. On sad after Tatsday,
April 1, 1M, tht trtlBs oa Iht Baltleaort and Ohio
BAliroad will eominsaae runalag dally, (Saadayi
exoepudj lesvlni this BuUon at J. a. m., aud
eoBBcctlBg at WaBbinstoo JuBotlon wtlb Mall
Irala for all parts of the West vfa Whe.Uog el
Ptrkertborg. Throuxh tlokeU sold and burasi
ohecktd. w. p. BMITII, '
M. of Trauportatlou B. A O. B. B.
apt-dtf 8lr A01ot
aaTWtBton1! I'roBratt or aiBrcry. Copie
of this werk tr Tor sslt tt Ibe omea of the Aautta'
WattiUlcwi. runphlst tdlUaa, ii etats. Bound
edition, 7i etalt.
Qsorgetown or ths scrtnth ward (l.lttd) who fkll
to reesive uieir papsrs ,riguisriy wiu oougs ins
arsot, O B Delphey, by leavlof Bwtloa at Mr
Snsphtrd's hookslore, oorter Strtttb tnd D rtrttts,
whsa til dallaBsaclee will bt promptly atttsded
to. .. m7 II
iiKijimi.os cxTiiAor buciiu,
TUB OBSAT DIUBETIC.
UELMB0LD8 EXTUst'T IIUllllU,
1IIK. OBEAl DIUUF.TIO
I1ELMB0LD'8 EXTBAUT BUCIIU,
TII1I Glt.AT DIUBETIC
IIELVBOLD'S EXntAlir BUCIIU,
TUB OBEAT DIUBETIC,
Bladder, Kldsejt, uravel, Drapsy,
Organ e Wcskasss,
AM all Diseases of tte Urinary Organs
Res advertisement in another ooluatu. Cut it out,
tndMD'lfrr irem'lleine at vnos
ifciairs cewcVr'-'r. Js 0 Sou
IK. A. ZAPPONli.
riiytlclan aud kntitt,
Om, Ho (I K street, tear Iht Circle.
Dr. ZAPPOHKoontlBtes to Kivt instraotlona to
Uedleal 8tndent tnd otktrs In Aaatomy, l'oy.1 do.
ry, Chtmistry, Qeolosy, Bstany, aad vsrlsus other
brsDci.ei of KiSBce coBntetsd wltb medietas, yy
ClttCLK IMITITtlTJC KOll YUUNU l.A
lilKII, .u. 01 K atrtet, near tilt Clrolc,
Terms per ejuirttr ol Ten Wttkt, til Krsntli and
b'pioUh, Itsliau, Qtrmn, Lttln, anl asms I olber
lentu'te. teuiht in ths eanwichiol
Llr A ZAl'l'O.NH ttlll civo ihne lec'ur' rccb
week ou Liicriturr knd H leuce tudothtrwisasHlst
wheaever he can rparc tune rrom his medical prorcs
Jy4 ofu. A, ZAPPDNB, Principal.
T a. D. W. UATKX,
' Pratllt-ii liockaDtl Watch Repairer, aitil
Hu. till E street, outdoor bslow Bsvtath ttittt.
All styles of CLOCKS repaired it rttldereft by
leaviug addrers, and wsnaatsd to give tatlBr.ction
ior ont yesr. All styles 01 e. i,ucn.Q.iur hh anu,
lo o t aih prices All orders atttsded to with
p,vmp:aeeiiaiiddltpatlin. 'Jyt 1st
vi .HMiaKsaasn in abdi. area
. Iftfcirr.fMiiit)f MlotjB
ajtrt of iM popuB dMon on HM
HMrolloVi W smV-H V?
i' NT1 r irmrt
Pttasvlvuia tvtatf, tear ThlrtMnth stmt and
tht vTillard Ueut.
LEONARD OBOVEB Let-stand Maatgtr
1776. FOURTH OF JU1.Y, 180a.
TWO OBAND PKKrOnUANCKS.
JHM (JAIPAVJ ArcERHO0!Ja,tt.S o'chx
' Jl -- -t-w .
The Oood-for-.VotlilBs;. .
KLM SCSAft DENIN..... it.... .....NAN
1 tiitstiirtvSMpooitii ,, i. (
Art tt SketlatldllM, ,,r i
EabrsMa tnettg ewtr -w llern ta.hs cfottoasj
D.Bttthell at ......- ToaDrlbhei
" "TSJk; rED wilWash
l'tltsit'trtilartJg,- , .s
TtaeBprif of osallelUh,..
k saw aid sppnpriitt rer.ee alladlit to thi
action OB ins Henlatnle, ot Gen T.' r.
,1 io afMrhtr'e Irish Ufg sde.-
TTtP. entihv. rjOMPAHY win loll la statin
ii OCR RAT IDII'll BIKTII.DAT OHV. I
Tbt perleriBises lor ths irttrsoo elclog wins'
, i , .Off, .to t.e TrtTtmaf,,,, .
ONWARD T-O. BICHMONI) I
i AtttheU.,., .a .....Mr. Dodd'tw.bbU
Mrt flerrooB..,. is ..rlri: Dodd'ewobMsl
o ' .,.,u-e.t . -' y- ?h it
- ' SrittDAIT SISHU1tlal OS. eeja.B.
. TO oarsaikBfla wllh fletshsll's bst fares of '
StttBtU Vi.A,l.l. as Hath dt Ural
1 1 UE TA SrAHGLED OAHNEB,
1 .Met i
J. J.OrTHEWAKDEPAR-fSIENri - J
UJU-HUStBUVV Oa'AilttUAX JUI.X t.
rtalghtetBtsaa DetiB.whtti sht tppeart as
i Komto. m
i ,ROMEO AND JULIET.
loir PBICI8 OF AUU1S810N 1
JajallrCrrcie..,n. ,..',.( Uoutt
4E&stesasg Ti","4,"to tt
TO MOBnOW-SATDRDAY NIGHT.
Borneo and Jnliet,
Mosmeo aad Juliet.
I-. .-i-Koataeo and Juliet,
tut. . i
' i uibi imutii ur sues c-hah
I LA8T NIU1IT OP MI8S BU8AH
biibb laaBiei aa
R. e cr ulu r
SitebtU . t
laBSAttlBSISk AVBBB, SteBr IlltU Sttttt. '
27k Coolest plau in ii Cify.
Last week oriht '
msrER8E COMDINATIOM. I
KHTIKE OtfANQE Or PltOOKAMMK. I
! A QUESTION TO THE PUBLIC.
U there bow la txUttoot, hte tbers ever beis In txi
I IstsBOt a Compsay oomptlilnff tt aucti
I As tht Compear now t the CaBUibarv.
UTHI PUBLIC'S ANSWER-NO. NEVER!
ABK THE LIST OF HTAItl, AND MAKE A'
NOTE ON IT.
appear to-mghtln thToTarao tr of lbs
aliTBH ur TIIK 1IKU1HKST.
Sht tnll are t f an at 1 1 o isdlet, aad etllon ah Umcu
JBiss Eva Brent,
1 h. ehirttlBf Voeillst, will slnr Three New Bonis
M'lle Marietta Mtatcl,
IB TWO NEW DANCES
I bis treat lit ket Act on the Tight B?pe
Anc actsrrtat Mtrvmcrs.
tbt tao.t usrisg AC'obsu In the world ts the
."SyaMt4ea. BVf tm test a.
.It r . : . . .w"e ... f
nt oeeiBiAiaatnctriBius woriJ,iBBncwtJAi.ois
To nlsbt, the latght&le Comlo PtBtOTdne, entitle j
LIFE AND DEATH,
lo wlilcii tb? entire UAVM, TKOt'TE
Will i fir.
Thlitcmvl of mirtli tod citjojrtcoat I. filled to It1
utwostoapaettr ty ourrirjcUb e, juilicloa", RDdi
crltltMt clUitu. when ENTlIL.il AS i IQ APPRO.'
BAUONaDdar-taarlDgnhotitiot hetrtttrt laughs
ttr, tt th orlgtnl teoie tiUfiiiiioic.beiltb Inrpiiuit.
rrormttee olfhtlr vtmrttvd by in rrctt lu
miUh.blrj ftisd llUtLLIANT CONSTELLATtON
UFSTAa AUnr3.iio eagtcd at tie Cantor
biy.tear unmUtakible erldtno ofthafaet, that
It la Ui Otalr Plw of tMBrKjineat In tha Capital City
wbaNOtteeau ipand a plrjasiot eviulnir icalixogi
Sue aitjoytpant and g nuine pleaAtir1 llie Caotur j
uf U pktrotlud by thu meat cd taint aid reft
iseo of ihe d.y tnarclianU, editor, eUi mo, andv
atU-RW. A I hall It aalMUJtEAT U SID Kit A
TUiitowbllt away tht bouraot ihe uvtolnf, and
lecuj crate ibe encrgifi and relreh the brain aDci'
tb toll and care or the day The Cantrrbary u .lit
flrtt place of anuff meat vdludby ibe resident! ol
other citiea on coming to Wathlogton. And hy
Deoauae ite famal world wlda the only Munlc
Halilen,pcM.iu.iBtatIthe UulOATMUiiTd Ul
TnEPBOFKHSIOiN ALL THI ttk'TKKMIIMfr Till
Moaaaa aiaoi t Hum well foun led thU reimtatlon
la.may beaeea br a rlat.ee at tit maramoth lUt o.
hUTKULAH VELY UllKAT I'EKKUUMElta
oomrrinlag the Company at the (Treat Ca terbury.
NO CI1ANUK IN I'll ICES OK ADUUtilON.
Adrntaatoa 'lb oenta t Orobeatra Obairi aO Ofitf,
Door open at 1)i l'erformincc at X o'dcok
UllAHD APTKUIIOON PKUFO MACICK, .
Friday. July, 1th,
at 'l o'clock,
KOtt LADIK8 AND lUIILDKKN.
Cblldieu 10 cents
Ioora open at a-oorameeee at 1
Jaly 416-TWO OltANU I'EltVOKMANCES.
Je HO Star-10 eqt
Ci a A 11 D !T"l o - if lo
FRIDAY, TUB FOURTH OF JULY,
1 here wUt be a Cotillon Band la attendance, lie
fteahmenta of all klnda oa Ihe ground. No charge
made foradmittanoatttlhedanolngparUllon. Good
orper will be enierced. C. C, KINO,
TUE NEW CONCERT HALL,
OtV SIXTH HT JVIUA CLAItXXDUX 1IOTZL,
wM opan Til 18 .Thandajr) Night, with a lull
'1 be orcheatra will be led by Giorge Arth.
Beaatifel waltleg glrle. A p'easant place for
genu to ipend aa tvetleg. II. U. PURUV,
if 81 w Proprutur.
m.AI ANU GIlOCaCUlKB.
Oolong and Kegliih
Break fart Teas,
I id per al and
t Oanpiwtl rTeai,
EaglUh Dairy Checee,
Plcklet. Prtetrvea, Sauoei, and a
Large ttcck of Hivana Cigars,
Brandt., Old Uyc Whl tk y,
For iale by
WM. COUWIN UUUQY,
Jy 4-6w Oor. of 1 and KVvemh ititct..
For tall Whu Willi tu ruiihitsa
HEADY MADE CLOTHING.
And ihr vtry placa to go ia. Is at
Corner of tfaventh (tuu 111 atrcete
'1 tuy mike up juitsueh loadi an cult everybody
( ttlzeni, Sttacgeri, aiid dlwhargtd Soldier1, ccrae
and take a look at our lmmenw .to:k, wlilcli will
coat nothing ; and If you buy cf u, you wl.l ave
ii cent ou ewr dollar you epeud with ua. which
laO'n.lderablaofanlttmnowara)fl Jy4 im
TlaCAPKUt ANU MUWKUM,
1 1 bavejuitricetvedanunoxpeutediupply ofllucki
ey'a UKAPKltS and HOWEUS, aod cat now luppl
parllea wanilag theee Machmci. k I
v J P liAltniOLOW, I
68) Htveilb itr-et, uur canal, I
Jy l-lw Wa.fil gtcu, D. C. )