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UsrTl.o publication nfflro of tlm Nation!.
ltd i i pi h am h nt llio northr-ml rornrr or 1) and
Hove nlli Ktrnetfl, hmsdihI floor, nver W. I. Hhep
linnr linuk ntore. Entrance) nn Hoventh street.
Saturday, July 26, 1862.
lUrAllTMRNT OF HTATK.
WnhlnRton, July 2", It'C?.
"inuiinl In lb onto of tlio I'rtrfuVnt, thin
Department will Im cloned to morrow, tho 2Clh
hiUnt, n n mark of respect lo Iho memory of
r lrri(1nl Van Uiinn.
IJKN. UNK AUAIN IN TI1K FIKLO.
Th. frlciuln of Genera! Lano wilt bo plmuoJ
to l.'irn tb it ho hi, again been tuwlgn"! to
Inly, nnd wn apprehend there will, thl time,
Iim ihi ' Klip up," bat that everything will go
Hlonsr. harmoniously, Th Tubun nay ho has
Ihhmi claltwd by tlm Government wllb the
amplest powers for tlm organization of nn
iruiy In the Department of Kansas, upon his
own principle nml In hi own way. Thow
who know General Jl i Line know tlnl ovury
Me IhhUM nun who wl-hctt to nillnt under
Mm, whatever bis color or condition, will bo
wHcniued; iiud tbut be will solve the problem
u! the Murwilhout thofitMtlngot proclamatlonii
Tlit It I tLrufiost ruction to Senator Lane styles
him, Com ml.-inner for UcruKIng In the !)
pirlimntof Kansas-;" uih, uutliorlen blm to
lonu lumppt, uud to make reuMMonr upon the
(icihthI Coinianndiiig thn Department uud bis
hiiltordiuuUi, fur wht.tevr ruipplier be may
'I tarn oQicere are iLjecte.! lu give him all
Hint im wkn, and im tbe view of (ten. .Hunt,
who coiiiujjudrt the deptirliueut, are known to
he similar to thorn of (ten Laue, there can be
no doubt that they will work harmiotouely lo
Kther. If Guv llolmimm cnniini.oni tlm
ortiffiN whom (ten Line appoint, well and
.! I( not. lb StrUry ol War promise
tn id it I tit re we re (,4(H lnjr.il Mark eini
griuitu from ndo!ulng Stated in Kanii. itt tin
I ft mlvirefl, and It h believe) th it the urrtval
ot (ten Lm, ( loihed with the-e power, will
-well that number very much We ant h ipp
to know I hit thn 1'renM, nt and Secretary id
War aro henrtily uh one with reluct to the up
Hiinlmeiil of Senator Lnue utd that lliey give
the uiiiNl puitiltve luteiiranci't tint lliln time Im
hill lint be mtfrlefvd with (Itn Lane will
I uve inr hirt hel , nHr tlion-i to d iv
luurwm Usk ok TiHTAor Mamih as Vau
hpnm, Commit-nun r of InUriiul Unenue
IttMitwe II, with the approval of the St crelary ol
Hi-- TretiMiry. in ordtr that ihu act ol Congrew
nl ihu 17llio July, Instant, may Ire carrbd Into
i IIW.I more rpecdily, yesUrday Mibmlltrtl the
Ifillowiiig proportion-! lor the consideration ol
l he I'onttnnMi r General, who ha consider 1
nn. I idopti'd them, namely.
I That iho I'oel OIuVh Department InniMi
urn ireiinury Department with Mich poxiugu
HuuipNiirt in iy he needi it ur eurrt ney IIiIh
Hep irtment paying lo the Poet OOicii Depjrt
iii' ul the iml cost lliertof.
J 1 h it Hi.- urraugement eball ceaco at the
i plum ol tillier party, or when the Treasury
D'pirtment in prepared tolcHite itri own Hbimpi
1 Thn nUmpfl lo bo ho prepared (hat they
ran be di-tlngiiit,h(.d easily from Iho ordinary
p wtagu iIuqiih
I The hUinpi to bit reih emtd by the Treau
ory Department, an t onUunplaled by the act of
Inly 17, lHf.'.
f Such Htampe lo Im nceired by thn I'oht
Ollku Departmont Inr poxttgc; and lo bent
all liuiea exchangeable for ordinary pontage
ArringementR will immediately bit mado to
irry the ubove propoMlloiiri Into etft t.
iirs, IJitikk Iimps Moiih bwuitiM (itneral
IbitUi Heeim to hao i peculiar faculty for
lindiug the Kwordfl of United SUtiM oQIcen.
'I ho uther djy a detective wan eent to search a
iiibb whim It wuh under'-tooil that urme, b-
longiug lo i recreul kuii id ex t'rraidfnl Ty
rw mi i-a Hytrin j- i
Among a variety of wea-l
lloor ol thu Mtublewasl
I I were loucenHd.
potm luund undur the.
the eliMiit fword presented to "(lid Uougb
ami Kfiuly' by the Statu ol Kentucky It will
be mmiI lo (Jeu. Taylor, UuiiuuiHHtiry (jueral ol
the United .SUilfrt iinny, uid u brother I th
d til ml Ijhio nl tli' Mexican war.
lUh ClIAKilKI AUAIMr(k. MirciiRi. (JoL.
Nniiiuv Mishimi ('ol Norton, ill lliw 1 wi uty
lllrl H)l', whOH llllHIird aCcllHlllOIH UgUIIlMl
(tin Mitrhel hive b-en pnblihliHiJ Inr and
it id , li 4-t mud" hit I' up An ord r lor bin
irif-l wax in ule by I he V ir i piilinenl u day
t two i go but the Military (ioterin r relumtd
mt to lie loiilii,' uud to lli'j ti b Kiaph id III
piirmuLof lit in
hkmti (!ai r. Mas-mmk We uiidei stand
iliiHJupl M innllelil lately I'roviirJl Mirnlul ol
I ifdi-rliktburg, U In n imdi r urresi, UIh pro
i ieiup will oudTpifuvvNligatioii (.'en King
h h I (fen oidindiii b till uuoihm Ihuei in
hi- I mi
4rl wilt be hi i n, hy n bren e lo our a J
erlnlng loliiniiiH, (hat Hon. D I. Soiiihh linn
n moved Inn i Huh tn I7f Sevent'i street Mr
Sniiies Irt ndiLiLor ol (luiitH uud piliuti, nud
baviig lc iMi ii imiiibir ot (he Ui (Jungiese, Is
liuiilur with the pructke in nil (iu Depart
im nUol lhH(ioienimtt)tnud mlinii,'ly bucked
liy b ad tin men nl llm rountry
IIiinI'itai at Toint Luokoiir -Toinl Look
ml nt lln' junction ol the l'otuuinc river and
(Jhi'siipenkn bay, known as u heilthy locality,
ulioiil tlfhtyflve miles (ruin Washington, bus
In en wleiled lur hospital purpows, and where,
it U qahl, luiir nr five thousund patienls will
Iih iici ouiuiislati'd Mulls ure lo be supplied
xix times, h week
ItKvKMir Ktami i I'mpoatls will bo reci Iv
til by the Tre tMiry Depuliti, nl unlll August
Mti, Inr iurillnliing levetnii .ttulilps miller Ihe
Hilt rnul revenue ui I.
On iitnl ullii July Ullli, ilislgns Im I lie
ul iiiiih inuy Im steii ut Hut ollUn tl llie (Juui
iniNtlnni r nl Int. ru il Id vi nue
llitArirmii. Ilirnr 1!astkii Viiiiiima has
liten reitUeil Irom I'rol llaclut, Hiim rinten
,1. nl ul Hie Cunt Survey ltiscuiiii!letl Irom
tlm In i itiitlioiilies iiud prnliably more cor
rn I limn uuy other now in use
XUWK Or TIIIC NAT1UH.
lMl'OUTANT MKKTING IN NEW YORK.
A convention of committees, representing
Iho Chamber Of Commerce the Union Do
frnce Committee the Corawm Council, and
other bodies, met on Wed ne id ay, la the hall of
the Chamber of Commerce, and appointed a
committee of ten to consider what farther no
tton It necessary to carry Into effect the call of
the President lor additional troops.
The sub committed of ten met on Thursday.
ami, among other resolutions, adopted Iho fol
lowing o expressive of tho sense of the com
lteiolvcfl, That we look upon the present nn
the crisis of the rebellion a crisis from which
weseo no dellveranoe other than In the most
prompt and energetic action
Iktolved. That evorr uerson nnd evcrvcom
munlty of doubtful loyalty should bo regarded
as disloyal; and the announcement should bo
mado that we rely on no qualified Unionists to
aid us In this contest for great principles, but
trust only In the truly loyal who will sacrifice
property, i is. ana oven omnion lor me com
tu on good.
Acsoiwa, Tnai tne lime has Juiiy come wnen
wo must strike for our national life, ualoe ever?
weapon God has given us, and callins to our
aid every person who can be drawn frera the
rebels or added to our cause. That a procla
mation of the Commander-In Chief, declaring
Iho provisions of the recent law of Congress to
be tne sentiments or tne uovernmem,ana inai
they will be enforced, would secure to the
Unbm cause thousand of laborers, thousands
of fighting men, and millions of co-operating
well-wishers, mat mo weiiarooi our coun
try, the lives of loyal soldiers, and Iho happl
nem of lojal families all over the free States,
demand Iho proclamation.
Iieiolcnl, That every day's delay compli
cates our relations both foreign and domestic,
Stves the rebels strength, and Is wasting bun
reds of good and true men; and it Is far better
that every rebel should perish than that one
more loyal soldier should die,
And thereforo It Is that we, with entire una
nlralty, most respectfully and most earnestly
call upon the President to act In his capacity
as Cgmmander in Chief of the army and navy
of the United KtateH,andimmedtatoly issue the
orditr which will take from the rebels their
groat source of strength, while it will diminish
Uiolr army br calling to the defence ot their
homes large numbers of rebel oITlcers and men
And ne assuro tho President that In this, as In
every act of hi Administration", the people of
me iree mates win sustain tne policy wnue me
wnoio ciYinea worm win appiaua me proba
tion of emancipation.
ft Is said that thli committett will immedi
ately b!t this city for th pnrpoeo ol urging
the President lo carry out tho uplrlt id lliemt
The proclamation suggested by Ihe commit
lie is i if grenl importance trnd ihe desire (but
the Preciilfui t-hould al nnco enuncute his
policy, ut least nn the negro ipiesllun, is utit
ersitl Tho new militia law authorizes the
PieMdcnt to receive- persons of African tWcenl
Into the military or naval service, for any pur-po-o
lor which they may be found competent;
and, iih etra compensation for such service,
each hlave, togelher with "his mother, wife, and
children, shall forever bo Iree." Such is Ibe
I iv, but no prochiinlioti of It has hem made,
and those in tlm tree States who do not dally
n ul the Congremlnnal proceedings, know u
Hi lie ot this Uw us the people of tho South,
where It 1-4 vistly Important that while and
hi ick should be Informed on the subject, and
ot the ptirpii"-n ol the tcdcrul Administration
Again, If the President wil1 receive, colored
regiments, tho sooner Ibis fact Is known, the
bitter. If be will reci ive. them, Irom the fno
SUtes, or allow them to lie raised in the
slave M ttes, let him frankly s iy so, proclaim
Ing Liberty to thoso who have, spirit enough to
strike, u blow lor freedom, ami thun, with i
single dash ol his pen, ho can call Into ex tut
cuce nn .irmy of fifty thousand men, who will
be Invincible on Ibo Geld n against their op
prifurs, and where the fight U for Liberty or
WAit MtCK'nnuii, miu.NriKs, kylist-
In J'tttsbuT'j, on 1 hursd iy, there was an Im
mense and enthusiastic war meeting. Hiif im ss
wuh en 1 1 rely siifpended 1 be venerable Judge
Wilkin pnslded over tho osstinblage, as
sistMl by Innumerable Vice Presidents and sev
era! becreUries. Speeches wure delivered by
Gov. Curtln, Judge WIIklns,John Covode, P.
C. .Shannon, ex-Gov. Johnson, and others Irom
the Knglisb utundM, and Messrs. Selberrick, l'o
llx, aud ullicrs Irom tho German stands.
At MkUlletoicn, Connecticut, there was an im
miuto war meeting on Thursday night The
meeting stimulated enlistments, which aro rap
At U.Loult, on Ihursday, there was a large
meeting ut tho Union Merchants Uxchaogo.
They adopted a sllrrlug address to the rmoplo
ol Missouri, anuraisea s
lowardu titling out a rif
'IraUon, A.i.- Here,
ot Missouri, and raised n veral thousaud dollars
loo, on Thuisday, an
immense and patriotic metjllug assembled.
KiHoliitionsxtrongly sustaining Ibo Admlnistra
lion were adopted, and ended by r lining $5,
(MJO lor bun n lies.
rhknUtihn.'i ho Cily Couucil on Thursday
aiU'rnoon Hppropriated $100,001) lor tho pay
ment of u In unity ol $50 to each votuulet-r, to
supply tho ipioU lor this ( ity unaer lhi iHcenl
cull A loan lo Lhat umuiiiil will bouegoliuUd
next week 1 ho PeuuylvaiiU Kiilrotd Cmii
pauy will (nutrll. ul" $'0,0()0.
ttotUm, ,lulif- Ibe enlisting excilemeut
iiioreii in luiwMity md with highly sutinluc
lory rt-sulut A largo number ol couutry towns
have raistd their lull quota, and reports from
all (piarltrs Judical" luut Ma'SichiiHolU will
Mxit Iiuvh lutt old rtgiuiouui lilted up, and tlio
new uues called lor organised uud in tho field
I Antra, thdij 1 1 The ipiota ol voluuloors
tor this (Chemung) coti.uy is mure tbau full.
It l believed lhat this county is Ibo hrst m the
Mate lh.it his hermit d ibe number ntifrary.
Hvlhitit A i' M a pi unary him ling ol thu
Hoard ol lnub $M) wiw subiH.rib'iI lor w ir
purpuMri by ilium) pripeut. Wbeu ult ttie
meiiilieiH ( ail bu vtitHi, at kast $10,000 will be
nil! A grand belli al til aid of Ibe same
wus held yofU id iy
111 am l,ieH According lo llin Itlclimoad
wu'iirrr, Ihehetiiilh Virgin! t n iment, which
wus in no i iigiigeiueiil but (hut ol Moiiiluy, ItUtb
ul J mitt, luii led iulu acliuii ubuiit ii6, uud lost
ill nearly one hall
Osi Miuic Tio Richmond Kiuuirtr claims
llul one murti Cunti derate victory will end the
war, md that "commissioners lur t truce, un
uruiislice will meet Hume necessary preludes
to a piate."
tf-r Hut I resident litnti ippiuiitiil Geiurul
Marey isl.lu,( ol Hie Stall ol Cm McClillun,
the .Senate b iving till his appoiiiliiu ul iineon
Ciimiiimkii. Liiuteiitnl ll-intnn 1! Wetver
has bet n Lonllrincd by Hut Ben tlu as second
lieiiieiiuit ol the J Ighih lulantry, regulars.
Tiii'Huim.Coi. tin. The Inhuiiiaii butcher,
1 ry, who commanded Hie rebels at Fort 81.
Chirbs on White river, and otderid his men
to shoot our s lilnrs who juuiiied into the river
Irnm Hie Muund Cily when her steiin chest was
exnlmliil, is now a pilsoiiti in our liiiuls a
prisuiit r und wounded
Jieknon Bear ConloHTllle, with 30,(KKI Men.
A RAID ON WAtHINOTON THREATENED.
Pall I'arllral.r. of tli. ll.c.at KiptUl
lion nf O.n, llMrh.
Plfilit with JnckHon Imminent.
OUU l'UUUUH KKAUY FOII HIM.
Rappahannock Conntj, Va., July 2'
The report recently teleRrnphcd Irom War
rcnton, that Jacknon u t or near Gordon
vllle, I. connnnnl from other rourcm, which
atalo that hit Ik nt Lonlm (Jour! limine, with
21 000 men, uml 1,'well, with a corpi of Jack-
on men, i at lioruonsvuie; making a total
ol 0,000 men. Ills pn-wnt Intention In raid to
be to aaiumo the cllennlvc, and break our llnei;
and ir Buccenerul, to demonstrata upon Wahl un
ion, Tor the purpona of drawing olf our forces
An many misstatement ha e been published
In reeard to the exneditton commanded bv
Gen.llatcb, It may not bo Inappropriate to
make the following statement, as given by a
After reac.hln2Calnener.Gcn. Hatch nushed
hie whole force to Ranldan. where. In conie
qaenco of the destruction of thn bridge, nnd
tne nigh stago or the water, he was compelled
to learo bin Infantry and ai tlllery. With bis
cavalry, he pushed on to Orange Court House,
where he learned that thn enemy were In large
force at Gordonsilllc. He sent thenco a com
pany of the Virginia cavalry towards Gordons
vlllc, who approached within six mites of Ihe
latter place, and confirmed the report of Ibe
enemy s presence nnd strength.
Un Friday, the 18th Insunt, two brigades,
supposed to be commanded by Kwell, made
tnetr appearance at urange, nnii on Saturday,
alter severe skirmishing, Gen. Hatch fell bacK
across the Rapidan, and arrived at (Julpeper
on Sunday. During this lime 28 men captured
uy toe enemy, owing li 11 s nil to ine incrctlu
llty of the commanding oflicer, wh) diil not
believe a nlaliment pmlnbly niadn to him by
n contraband Ki that the enemy were ad
vancing In force upon his outpost nUUIon.
Two or three men, whose hornet were e id
died, made their escape.
After returning to (Julpeper, Gen llsleh
made uuolher Incursion into Madison, and
thence northwird lo tfperryillle, aneeilslnlng
that the enemy were not in Inrce in llial Hec
That Jarkson is lu great force at Louisa and
Gorduusville is beyond doubt, and that be In
tend t tn tiituolt us ul nn early day is fully be-
(leu I'oiihh forces here have noobiection.
ui raioer a nesire lohi up win mane toe at
From tho Army of the Potomac.
00B TB00PI IBPROVIHG IN HEALTH.
V.R.tabl. Ol.t to hr Knrnl.hril
HmiHii AUTIK3 Aumv nr Tiir. I'oroMAr,
The rebel oulcers who met the Inst II ig of
truce siateii thai Uapliln ttuiille. ol tleiieral
McClellan's slall, was not kllle,l hi Hie lale
battles before Ulcbmond, but died in Mini rliy
on last bnnuay.
The health of our troop is rapidly Im
proving. Col. Clark, of the commissariat of (his iirm v
his decided upon furnishing (he iroopn with
vegetables fresh Irom the Northern markets
The first supply will arrive this week
From Fortress Monroe.
r-ORTRKM Miivrok, July J I, Th ete unship
Daniel Webster, CapUIn lllellun, from New
York, reached Fortress Mourisi last evi nlng,
on ber way lo Harrison's landing, with usup
ply of vegetables for Hie army, which they
nave been Bufleriog for fur a long lime.
Tho Hog of truce Cauonlcus wtut up James
river yesterday morning and returned i arly
this morning lo Fortress Monroe, where she
only remained ten minutes, nnd steamed olf in
thu direction of York river.
Tho steamers Spauldlng and Knickerbocker
arrived at Fortress Monroe I ist uvuiing, with
six huudred Union prisoners Irom Richmond
The latter goes to Philadelphia and the lormer
to New York this evening.
The sailing vessels, pchoomrs, Ac , which
have been laying nn the James river lor some
time, near James Island, hate, within a lew
days, dropped down the river and anchored In
tho Roads just above Fortress Monroe.
AKniiLt TIIEHTKAHI-a Aiiumr.
The steamir Adelaide, Capt. James Cannon,
reached llaltlmore yesterday morning from Old
1'olnt, with nearly two hundred passengers,
amongst whom were not less than thirty com
missioned officers of tho army on the i'enlnsula.
Of these, some few have resigned, some aro on
a brief furlough, and others go to their native
Utates lor tho express purpose of recruiting
Colonel Allen, of the Klevenlh New York
infantry, and Captain Cambrcllng and l.lenL
uogers, ot me new inn nun, (y.ouaves.)
came up in the Adolalde. Burgeon John M.
Cuyler, of Forlrets Monroe, also came up, and
wuuiu uruteeu ui nasuioKtoa on uusmess. ur.
Cuyler has been nearly thirty years In tin reg
ular army, anil looks well, notwithstanding bis
arduous labors since the commencement ol Ihe
Borne of the oillcers by Ihe Adelaide arc direct
Mom Harrison's Landing perm ill sleinur John
A. Tucker, nnd ropurlcunlluiiedimlclnll along
Colonel Allen ileiiuunces the eLbtmenl made
iu some ol Ibe Northern papers to the etlect
that the army is deinuriillxed. He pronounces
tl In urn rale orui r, niui notn oncers ana men
iu good spirits
Il was exnecU.il thai Itm Ualtlmoro and llos
ton steamer B. R. bpuulding, Captain Howes,
wiui tnrte nunureu sick ami wotiuuea soldiers
ou board, just released from Richmond, would
come lo nils port, nut u nos been tlecmeu other
wise, and she lelt last night tor thu North.
Lieutenant Charles Temnle Dlx has been nro
moled lo be roBjor, und Lieutinaut Wilson
liarstow has received Iho commission of cup
UIu. Roth these genileuit u are aid do camp on
Ihe stall ol Malnr General Uix, and their urn
motion Is nol only deserved, but will be highly
gralllyiug to mauy ol our citizens who had oc
ration lo transact business with General Ilix'f
department wnnsi in Baltimore.
'I lie War in Kentucky and Tennessee.
Two Uu.rlllu (Units triglillns Kaili
tlth.r (.liamRe in I oinliiand or the
Union Army In Tennessee.
I.oiusuUK, Kv, July 24. A pirly or 22
uuerillas in Todd county were attacked, beinir
mistaken lor Federals, by another rebel squad
of 40, who were Cuming Into Kentucky. The
former whipped the latter. Of both parties 7
or H wera killed and quite a number wounded
Nahiiwiik, July J4 Ex-Governor William
I). Cumpbell bos accepted the appointment of
brigadier general, and taken the command of
ine reuerat troops in Tennessee, ureat satis
laotlon is manifested at this arrangement
Capt. Uroden takes 700 paroled prisoners to
Camp unaso to morrow morning.
Guerillas ll.p.r..l In Missouri
Pilot Kmui, Mo, July 21. II is reported
that a detachment of lour companies under
Major Llppert Intercepted the guerillas tint
in me a ruM upJii lirnnviiie recently, complete
Iy dispersing litem, taking lfi prisoners, and
recovering an tue ouuty tuseu ae uranviiio.
Ilfpitrt.il Capture of the Ham Arkansas.
Ciiu'Aiio, July 21 - A specltl dnnatch from
Cairo slateit that oulcers, by the dispatch boat
irom vicKsuurg, sty tnai, on mcir arrirui at
Memphis, there was it rumor (hit the gunboat
Araansos nan ueun c inured ilievuro in
clined to believe Hie rijiort, asuii expedition
was pi inneii is lorn un ir departure to outlier
ADDITIONAL FROM EUROPE.
TUT. ItF.COONITION OK ITALY BY ItUHHIA
AND PKUKSIA-IIIK Htl.NCll DC
UVrATION UK KOHL.
The following Is the very latest news by tho
Alia, received by way ot Qucenstown by tele
graph: The official Dresden Journal publishes a letter
from Vienna asserting, on reliable authority,
that th. Cabinet at Turin has, m a condition of
me recognition or the Kingdom. ol Italy by
Russia and Prussia, renounced any further en
terprise aiming nt taking possession of Homo
The same letter asserts that France and Hne
land have miaranteed the s(m ouo of the
actual possessions of Italy lo the Cabinet of
rurin, in opposition to toe revolutionary parly,
should It attempt any Insurrection.
Tim rmiNcil nccrrATtov or romk.
Tho official correspondence In relation to the
French occupation of Rome has been laid be
fore Parliament It appears that M. Thouve
nel sold to Lord Cowley, the British Ambassa
dor In Paris i " Why are wo to be asked to
give up Homo and the patrimony or St. Peter
to the King ol Italy ! The utmost that can be
expected of ns would bo the restoration of
Rome to the Romans."
Lord Cowley sent a report of this conversa
tion to Karl Russell, whose reply Is pointed:
"M. Thouventl asks: 'Whv are wo lo be
asked to irlve un Rome and the Datrlmonv of
St. Peter to the King ol Italy T The utmost that
can be expected of u would be tho restoration
of Rome lo Iho Romans.' This Is an objection
rather captious tban conclusive. The erand
objection made to Ihe evacuation of Rome by
tne i renen troops, as staled ircquently by M.
llillaiilt, as the parliamentary organ of tbe
French Government. Is that anarchy woald
In n concluding dispatch, Ctrl Russell sum
marises tho result ol tho discussions, which
b9 thinks have been attended with considerable
advantages, lie says:
" H. Inouvenei no longer speaks or the dim
cntly of persuading tlm Italian Government to
accept ol such conditions us her Majesty's Gov
ernment boil suggested. Nur Is there any
question of forcing the Pope lo abandun Ins
temporal pnwi r, ami remain mitilv as tho sub
jct of uuotlier sovereign. Tho whole question
Is, whether me rope, Having lost Komagoa, tbe
Mutches end Umbrin, should retain the whole
of the territory now occupied by France, or
whelner lue rrencn troops snould occupy lor
the Pope only the Patrimony of hi. Peter, in
cluding the atiean. Setting aside all differ
ence between a I'rnleslanl and Roman Catholio
eoverefgu, it is manifest that the principle thus
upheld Is al turiance wilh the principles main
tained everywhere ilse by France us well as
Great Uritaln. Rome Is foreign Hrritorv: Hie
Romans are tohave nothing, and foreign troops
everyinmg, to my to tne lorm ol us govern
ment. This system e an hardly bu of lung du.
ration; it is too directly opposed lo tho maxims
of internaUon tl I tw aud thu wishes ol Hie Ital
Earl Russell, deeming Hie Information lie
has obtained all that c tu nl present be had by
such discussion, does nol wish It to be toulin
ned, but he sends an arrow into the French
camp its nn retires irom tbe subject :
"Da the other hand, the Tn iichGuveuuui
must not miiktt t u riproHth lo ibegort riunnnt
of Italy Hi tl the soiilhern pro li ei t urn not in
a state of tranquility, while thu 1'ieiich Hag
prelects llio I'npe in maintaining u suuetuary
where every chief of brigands r in Und u re
luge, itml prep ire Ins bauds lur lulure incur
slims nil peaitlnl piuvilicits."
Fight Near Scatterville, Ark.
'lite Kiiemy ui- Itoutcil.
Cai-k Giitnii'Ai, Mo,
July 211, 1SI.J.
messenner arrived hero it lew davs nio
from Col. Ilanlels' headquarters, near rentier
ville, Ark tus.is,bringing dispatches containing
an account of a light two miles south or th tt
place, belwi en it detachment of the h irst Wis
consin cavalry and n rcliel lorce or ninety men,
under Cipt. Allen
The light took place ou Thursday, the loth
lost. Our men charged upon tbem. killini; five
ol tbe enemy, wounding fourteen, taking twelve
prisoners, tnirty uve guns and llilrteen liorscs.
The remainder ol Ilia rebels (led In nil direc
tions, closely pursued by our men, who will,
no doubt, capture nearly the whole "laiiitr."
Our troops did not lose ii in in.
T bus has another band of marauders und mur
derers been broken up by the efforts of Ihe
Flrtt Wisconsin cavalry and their gallant Col.,
The neighborhood feels very much relived
since this visit by our forces; and the people
seem desirous of rendering every possible aid
iu uriving out tue lawless uanus ol inieves and
murderers that infest the country.
I.ATX.ST K1IUH NKW Oltl.UANM.
Tho steamer Fulton, which loft New Orleans
on'lho loth, arrived in New York on Thursday
last. From her passengers we have the follow
ing statements :
Business was prostrated, as there is no sun
ply of any sort ol merchandise on hand. Pro
visions are extremely high, and the order of
Gen. Butler Is more " honored In tho breach
than tn tho observance."
There is but one hotel ol any note onen fur
the reception ef guests, and this house (the
Cily Hotel) has only ubuul filly guests. Tbe
ht. Charles Is locked up -Gi n Iliilli r having
removeu ins quarters to i ue nnuse ni ueneral
Tne neaiin oi lieu, miller was gelllug very
delicate, so much so, that It was leured he
would have lo come North again.
There was but comp tratlvely llllle sickness
among the troops, uud the physicians of New
Orieaus expiess tbe opinion that tin re will be
but little yt lluw fever this summer.
There set ins lo be couslderable Uniuu feel
ing Iu New Orleans, but the people are back
ward in openly avowing it, from the leur that
hereafter the city may lull ugaln iuto Ihe hands
of tbe Confederates, and they be made to sutler
for their sentiments
Thu streets of New Orleans aro now In a very
clean stale. A lavorite punishment for slight
military ollenees, was lo order the otlenders to
a day's sit eel leunlug, which punishment bad
a very good elled, us the otrences were on the
W'nishv in Tin Aim. An array correspond
ent says thai King Whisky has been driven
from his throne in the army of the Potomac.
Uric red heuded barrels have but a poor exist
ence now, lor, except In cases of extreme ne
cesslly, liquor is not lo be allowed tho men.
Army whisky, bu II known, Is a cheap article,
being bought by the Government Inr Ihlrly or
forty cents agillou, and, In consequence, lov
ers ol Hie guod uilrlo have but a poor idea ol
Its quality. Centrally, howiver, IL w.is Ihe
only slull which could be procured, uud every
body Indulged The men receivtd one gill a
Uy, and the oMeeis drew all Hit y wished (rum
their brigade t oinmlssarles. Hnally, the Iml
effects ol Ibis kind ol ' lighlning " went made
mauifest, ami llin surgeons recommended lis
abandonment as part of ihe rations (jenerul
McClell tn, iu consequence, Issued an orth i lor
bidding llin use of whisky," i ct pi In cast s
of" extreme I ttigtie, or npparenl intensity"
P.ven III sue!) i Ist us Hi ise, Hit. illtitlnu evun
rnl Is lo heir Hi" upplicillou ami give Hie nr
der. In lii u 1 1 llin whisky, Hi un ii tie ul
lowed rations ol dried apples and plckhs
Uihh MunuN l!v (iovrni'ii (Juiitlill, of
THnnfum, thn lluii. Jordan SLokH, mid olhtr
iilfliiiiL'uIrtliH.l cilleiH from nur hIhUt St.itf.
H'lyn UiH I.oiiNvIlI.' Journal hnvn ro iclid our
cily (or tlm purpor"' uf conti'rrliiK upon some
nitnf ol mutual iMini'u.rjuliiHLnlr.'l ruldtiaDi
L'uerilli rnlittPi lert We imI i i.nflil.'iit thai
I K. niut-Ky will ci) ojm rtti' iiiuhl loiuiuiy wiiu
'It iiin'MHi in (Iih most iiiiportiiul inulter
Kseape of neael Prisoners.
Cuicaoo, July 24. The city was considera
bly excited last night In consequence of the
reported escapo or a number of prisoners from
Camp Douglas. As near as can be ascertained,
only four got away, one of whom was captnred
ll.elln. In the Prlee of llnlil.
Nw York, July M.-Gold has (alien to 1 4)
rr cent $1,400,000 In pold was sold nl the
loard today at 14alfi premium.
ie.rn.ral or Ki-Pr.sltltnt Van Unrea.
Nxw York, July 25. The luncrnl ol Ex
President Van Buren will lake place on Mon
day, from Old Church, Klnderhook.
Thero Is n firm In Elgts. Illinois, known as
"Gray A. LunL" Half the letters come to
them directed " Lay Ic Grunt."
Lord Lvndhurst. ihu son of Copley, tho
painter, a nail vo of Boston, Massachusetts, and
former Prime Minister of England, is at tho
point of death.
Who are Konnil Titers.
l-loiit. Ilavmond. In his endeavors to prevent
tho spread or crlmo In Washington, makes
ovory effort to break up houses ot III fumo and
scatter tbe inmates, nnd In bis visits to these
plaoos finds, not the low, depravod, nnd totally
degraded, hut, very gonnrally, "gentlemen" In
broadcloth nml In army blue. Kven tho vilest
houses, In Ihe most nut or the way and deprav
od parts of tho city, are found to oonlaln those
gentry. Nor nro the xlsllnrs ennflned to any
ono ranic in tne army, tun nil sorts ol "straps,"
bearing tho eagle, nak leaves, double liars.
aingle bars, nnd nn bars, may be fntind thore
"meeting on it i ommnn letoi." u snmn oi
these gentry do not look sharp, forbearance nn
tbe part of tho military "may uo.tse to ho n
lrtue,"and certain names may possibly get
beyond tho bounds oftbo record books at the
SOLICITOR (IF PATENTS AND CUIUS.
tloantU. t'cntloni, liack yf Utttrrta
utruiuDK,!!!! ii Dincrjaii fumum
against thu Oovtrnmcnt.
OFKICB-No 470 HKVKNTII fiTIit F.T,
(Ufptrtmeot Fxcbtngt )
Waihiotom, D O .
-dud A'o. 1 'J'ark Place, corner ofliroudway,
opposite Gift Hall, Neto York,
Kefers, by permlslonf tu
llotu. llinnlbil I fits .In. Viae .'raililent. M
Martin Ktlbltclicti.Uavor City (if Urooklvn. Abl
J-.bM.nn, Jr. New ork City, John IS Uoclwin,
jii. 1 "ir , i nomii sa r.awirai. m, , , 11 , x a
ward U Kollloi U G.N II . Alex 11. Kloe.M
C , Mim , .lohn D Alley, M, O , Ma , Alfred A.
liurDimm, dl j , uiin , ufTir.iii JjWiidh, jii. j t
fJuim , Jolin A Hurler. M. C, Ohio, Jatnri M
Ahlev.M C.Oliio, bilny Kdifrton,M f',Otno,
John llatcfiiin, M C, Ohio. John CotoJc. M G.
1'. : Hobett MoKnifht. M C . 1 I Jattio S Mor
fill, 31 (J, t.JoI.n V Potter i M ii, 1,
wnaviviier m j , oiiou , .iame) ii i.!)', jii i ,
KanniD Cyrun AMrlch M (J. Minn , Win Ket
luSKt m ii in n i nixn,u . , atoiiu
I., xi Mrattuii.M ', N J , V 11 rouke. M C.
iu . uwen isuvijiy, aij ,iu , r r inair. .ir . ai
C Mo , I IbmUe (1 hpauldJoff. M. C . N. Y . Al
frf.l Fly M (' . N , Major fienertl It It lhir
tea. N Wvckoil. kii . I'rts U'llllamiburir (Jilv
lUuk SlieiherJ Kimiip, i , 1'rei Blechanica'
IMUI JJ ill II
KI'JtOI'tll.irAN UATI1 IIOUMK.
i wo iioori rruni tiiv Btrar tfrnc.
HOT AM) COM),
Plunge, Shower, and Vapor
Ori-n fur nblio liirctlun at 1 1 M .on Hatur
day. nml at 7 I1 M ,fr.rlaH)tn( iofiioKii
Jylt H IIOIXAI-.McUllAN .VCO
pHOIM4'.I.N KOIC tOAf. AND WOOD.
Sr-tlAT Ha" Till UKITKO.Sra-IK!,
Dlbceul tht- brjtant at Arm,
lriuAinrtffn.Julv 'i5. 1ri2
HtSALFl) l'UOrOSAl.S will hu ruelvt-J at tlila
olliot until 12 Al .im Monday, tin llthtliyuf Au
enht 1 1 xt, tor lurniNhinfT, for th. u-t ol tlm henau
of tlio Unltwl Htat.a KJUlt lluNUKKH 10N8
(of a ooo poundi) of the beet White Aili Fnmaoo
iioai, (inurouKUiy rurrrnni j
AUo. Hevrntv tlve Cordri of tin bi t drv lllokorv
Wood, and 1 Illy (Jorduol the bent dry Spruoe Tine
1 Ik whole to La delivered on or before the 1st of
October next, nod packed away In the vaulta of
tne ufnam wing oi me fjainioi, unuer mo uirccuon
Ul me r.DKini fr qi in nennir
llidi tor Toal and Wood will bu Kinralel con
eldered, and bond for the falttiful cxccullon of the
Arrange mi nm inuti r.ia uo mnuu ior correct mem
jyfiiu-td herKcant a Arm, U. S Hinate.
TIIIC COI'AHTNKIIHIIIH lirrctofnre vi
Itillni between thu undenifincd, In thin day
Uirixolvid by mutual lousent
if i Dunro,
C A. AI.K.XANDKK
WiSiimaruM, July 17,18.,. jy V1 It
flMI IHVKNTOUH ANI lATKrtTKKH.
MUNN AGO tyTOXTtor otUwMf ntytcAmrrican,
auu ngenta lor procuring American ami foreign
With Sixteen YwrsfjjicneHceinthr fawnrtf,
Itetir to Hon Judge Marion, llou Jowph Holt,
Hon W. D Uirihop, x Commlnnionera of TuknU,
and to mote ihau llfieen thouitanil lnventont who
have had buttlne done through Muuu tt Co n l'at
raiujioiti in imvu.tt diii irrv uy iuuii
Patent Lawn and IteKulatlons. loo iuiiki. Ji ceiitn.
no cnargc lor cojuunatton, oraiiy or oy man
Preliminary l.xaniluation in UniUdHtatvn Patent
OlQoeit,No 17 1'irk Kow, New York , Wanliing
ton,ooriitr ol r and beveulh atrviU, opitoulte the
Patent omen mar u iimil
rpilK WAHIIIfH.-IOK LlltUAKV,
J-lrrnih tlrft,a ftwiUk r$ touth tf t't-nnsyleama Awnm",
t)wn dally from & to tt o'clock p m
MUI1BC1UPTII1N A YKAIt
Attorney aud Counseller-at-Law,
Will praotlec In the Court of the Dint riot, and at
tend to ihe prosecution cl all clasen of Claim agalnit
Offloe at the Waihlngtoo Library.
jy si ameod
YAN ANUKN'l I'ATKNl1
rmtTAHLh. ctipviMu imikhh,
HANNAH fit. CO.,
Hole Proprietor., 29 Cliff atnwt, New York
TwubUs $100 and $125.
jr Ou receipt ul price, a PreM will be mailed to
any adJrenj, pontage pMd Deaariptite Circutan
aent It requeifed dtatlonen and Agent supplied
on liberal tt-rm)
4W Kxtraonlluary InduMmeoU offered to Intelll.
gnt AurnU "' dw8m
KAS A Pill UHUCaClUICS.
Young and Old
Oolong and hngliah
lmr al and
hnglvh Dairy Cheese,
l'iOah si, l'rrf rvfn, Sauces, and a
Large ftoikol Havana Cigars,
llraud.es, Old II ye Whisky,
Sherry, Clan t, and Champagne Wines,
For eale by
IM CORW1N IIUJUJY,
Importer ol lea,
jy ij-fiw Cor ol I and Eleventh streets
nilOI'OlfAI.H KOU WOOD AMU OAL.
Orriua lloumc or UaraashNTATiviifl, U B ,
July in, 1NA9
KKALFD li.OlOHAI Swill be received at thil
oIUch until l- clock on Mouday,tbe4thday of Au
gui n xi, lor lurnlHhUg inr th unuof tho Iiouhc of
ICei rtrtt-ntulivis of the UniU-il States, live hundred
and lllty lonu, (J km) pounds ) LiHt white and fur
utue Caul, (uteamboat site,) one hundred cords best
dry Hickory Wood, and ous hundred cords best dry
Kituuo Pint) Wood 1 he whole to be packed away
In ihe vaults of the Capitol, to the places which will
be t hown on application to the Engineer in the service
of the Houm oi Representatives, and to b delivered
by the tut day oi Meptember next ,
Bends tor the faithful extoution of Ihe contract
will be ri qui red
Bids for the Coal aud Wood will b coiuldertd
separately, andeatisfactory arraogements must be
ma le for the correct measurement of both
Clerk ol lloueol lt-reiieuldlives, U S
J 11 lawlw
DcrARTtlRNT or Btatk,
WashirufUm, JraD. 25, 1SG2.
Tbo ttoeretarr of Htat vrtll hwtafVrrewUe
members of Coafrew on buslnen on Snturdayti,
commencing with Saturday, the ftnrt ol tinxf
WILLIAM II. 8KWAKU.
tllltfflAn Wnttr-M1lr. .1. H KI.N-
NAltUrpMtor elect) will r reach, to morrow, Julv
77th, atll A. M .and 8 r.M . at ThHl'KHANCL
HALL, K alnct, between Ninth and Tenth nt recti,
ior ma naptMi unnrt n lately rornea in inu vuy
jj xtiii, laiar iij
irL.lllltAltV Olf VOMC1KKH. Jul V UJ.
IN04. The Library of ConjtreM will Da eloatd from
Jnly Mtt to September Int
Jy 21 Librarian
na.tahttarfi llf&lr D.aThi llait Im
th Worhl. William A. liatahetor'a celebrated
llalrUyeprodacH ft color net to be lUntlnjroUhed
from natare, warranted not to Injartj the Hair In the
least remedlM the Ul effKta of bad dvei. and InTlv
orateir the Hair for Hie. UHKY, KM), or KU81 r
iiAiif.,irMianiiy inroBBupieDxiid niaoa or urown.
leaving the hair aoft and beautlfal. Sold by all
-The Genuine la elcned WILLIAM A.
UAl CHFXOR, m On row tin of uh Urn.
Factory. No HI llarclav etroet. (Lata 233 Broad
way and id liond,) New York my S3 ly
Mr nyuia'B nBcniiio initfi i-ovrnr.
Teeted for 19 yean and grow la favor H kllln and
exterminate Roaohca, lied Bu, Ante, Flea.,
Motha in Clottu, Fure and Furniture, Uarden In.
ecu, Ac AU genuine bean the aienatore of II,
isvon, arvi u twe pourmetu torxrtoru or aommta ammai
Uewareof ooanterfelta and Imitation!
i.yoa) rowaer nun ail inaecta in a tnoe,
Lyon'n FI1U are death to ratn and mice.
Hold everywhere U 8 1IAKN1-S,
p'H TTS3m 20-JUroaU--ray,New York,
arStilAl ?.oilc-On and arttr lueruJar.
April 1, IHtii. the train n th Baltimore and Ohio
Kallroad will eommenot rnanlna; dally, (Honda y
jcoepieil.) leaving tali Station at 7 40 a m , and
oonneciiDK w mflniajrion uuqohod wiiu aiaii
l'arkenibnrir ihrouth tloketa (told and bar rue
iniD ior Kii KmriBoi 1110 nm via lire un if or
oueoneu v. i. ooiilil,
M oriramtporUtionU.AO It K
aNubacrlbra Ut th Hannbllrfan. In
(leorifetown or the neventh ward (Island) who fall
to receive their paperi regularly will oblige the
acini, u it. leipncy, uy leaving nouoe at ur.
Hnepherd'a boolutore. corner Seventh and I atreet,
when all dellniue noire will be promptly attended
to may St
Aar Union Prnyer Mectlni the Union
rrarer meeting win oe neia every auernoon inn
ley ,) commencing at ft o clock, and continuing one
hour. jy a
ty-Waaton'a Prorgreaa of Hlawarr Coplea
of thta werk an for eale at the offlc of the Aa.iono)
RftmUieam. Pamphlet edition, 26 eenta. Bound
edition. 76 eenta
1IK.LM HOLD'S KXTIlACr Ut'CIIU,
TIIK OltBAI DIURETIC
HKLMDOLDS EXTRACT IIUCUU,
TIIK OKKAI DIURETIC
IlrLMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU.
THE O I IK AT mURETIG
1II-LMHOLD8 KX TRACT BUCHU,
rilK UREAT DIURETIC,
And a i-nplilveand BpeciHo remedy for Dlrteaneaofthe
Bladder, KIdneya, U ravel, Dropsy.
Organic Weak new,
And all DlaeaMa of tae Urinary Urgana
Kee advert lue m-nt in another column. Cut it out,
and aend for the medicine at once
Httoar nf emtnitfiUt. Je 0 3m.
AMIIINUTOrl AND OKOUOKTOWN
WANTKO from one to ten shares of atock as iub
cribed Any person wishing to sell may hear of a
ourchaser by addressing a notastating name, num.
ber of ftharei, and price to llox l5 ' J Post Office
Jy 208 1
WJIKIIKU. PAKT OK'A HOUSFs.TwOOK
three Jtoomn, nafuralHlied, by a small family
Address slating fi rms and location,
CAPT. A WI.I8S,
Jy UU-u Oeorgetown Pot office
WANTKULA1IOULU8 lOltlllH COM
mlwiry I,partment at Harrison's Landing
Quarters provldtd aud good medical Attendance
Apply, for one week, to Mr. riuckiln or Mr Vom,
at the Prpot Commlwary. font of (I street
Jy2llw Major CM
WAifTKU llya Lady, a situation a teacher
of muslo (and the usual branches of education
tfderlrtd) In a family or school I ho be.t of refer
encca alven and reu aired Please addrera Imme
dlatelv, stating particulars, Iter. CIIAH 8PP.AU,
nn i9, vvasningiousir'.ci, Jiosion.iiiaiw
TTOHMKH VANTKU.(lood Work HOKSkS
JX nnd MAUI a wanted immediately. Color not
material Apply at tho Omnibus Htables, High
rtireeT,ucorgeiown,ioAir. iii.ArorMr NUi.itis
Jy 18 tt
WANT ICO At the New York Kmploymeu
Aginey Office, No fill Ninth street, near Pa
avenue,rwi.NTY-MVL() Willi H and COL
OltH) (Hltiy, with good tLfiruncci, as Cooks,
Chambtrmalds, LauudriFtKs, Waitreiwes, Nurtsea,
and HcanutreHries Alio young Colored Mm to wall
on tablet lu Private Families or Hotels Also want
ed houses Immediately, with or without Furnitun
fcmployers In want of good help, will find il to thiir
advantage to call
my 2b if N. II. MILLKU.
T OST.-A PACICAHK OF PAPKUS In the
I I ....' IaI,. 1 N..la la O ..... ... ....
a tiauisvi arviiu a. iiiui, ill OCfCUWtUlU lurtl,
near Pennsylvania avmue. Ihey were an Invalid
rHiuH.i"n paiicm, vseioivu in an aumi r.xpreM
Company's envelope. A suitable reward will be paid
to the finder, If he wilt leave tho papers at the
Union Hotel, i35 tJevenUcentli street, or at thli
office jysa it
STHAVKU OH 0TOLKN a sleU red COW
with white faoe and red around the t yes, which
was about to calve Any one returning her with the
calf to Iter. H M. HHUTh, Columbian College,
will paid for their troublo Jy 24-31-
TTOit UKNT.-TWO PAULOHB, l.a.ing no
1 connection with Hi- other part of the Iiouho
Inquire at UiM New .lerwy aV'iiue.wiut'i of the
Capitol A pleasant situation for the summer
Jy ltf If
AUKN1S1IM HOUSK TO LK1 Th oom
lortable and neatly furnished Houso, No. U
Mlnsourt avenue, Id now for rent enr terms, apply
OflbepremUM i i lit
T I A It It II K A KKRIKUY,
EXTRACT OF BENNE PLANT.
TFS11.D l-OU MFTKKN YKAUS
WITH IMUKNSk) SUCCLbU
IN lilt. WMr ANI HOU1II,
KXTKNHIVKI.Y USKD IN TIIK
W SI M1N AUBIII.S
THKONL) ItLLlAHLK CUKATIVK
K) It ALL ltKLAXKD
CONDITIONS OP 1IIK liOWl LS,
CAUSKO UV CUANOK OF
WATF.K AND 1HF.T
HUITKU IO ALL AUfc
Prepared and sold by
At M ill All U lltlj, I'rUKllSI,
tiol 1 in Washington City, by
CHAltLhi. blOl f, HrugglHt,
iiu uiu, t rnniyivanin avenue,
u arly npiiOHitt National Hotel
Jy VI Im
No f.oi,8evcutli streel west
l Kur nil Who Wlali tu Purrhase
1IKAUV MAIK C'l.OTJIINO,
And Ihe very place to go to, Is at
Curner of Meventli anil K atrtcta.
1 li;y make up Juttsuoh goodd as null everybody
CIUenH, titrangirs, and discharged holdlcr., oome
ami take a look at our Imracme ntock, which will
cwt nothing , and if you buy of us, you will save
ii cents ou every dollar you spend with us, which
Is coDtldrreble of an item uow a days jy 4 Im
BULLION UANK. This Hank li now doing
busincB nt the corner of lenunyhania avenue
and tour and a hall streets, dealing In exchange,
drafts, siecie, Ac , also, redernia their amall bills In
Bmcle, nt current rates, or I reasury no ten,
II mtACKl1 lT, Prest
H. K. Dlxtkr, Cashier. Jy 26-lra
ICK CRKAM, ttlNKKtlTIOmtHV, AND
KATINM HA LOON.
MARSHALL AOAMU.No Mil Mghth street,
betwei n L and II streets, takes great pleasure to call
the attention ol lit Irieods and the public In general
to his Ice CHarji, fonfrolloinTy,aml hatiagtialoon,
No lll Llghlhttlrett, bttwitn Laud M streets
Muslo in attendance every ivenlug Je;7 Im
This elSR.nt anil oool e ttsblithmcDt, wilt t. pn
'I hi. (Hatanlajr) KT.alng, Jnly HO,
W. H. DONALDSON,
XU-vraal of Sloxacilxi..
Who will wrrorm the ft arltsi feat of wilklsn blind
loltll aad eav.loptd la frsa.k.
Anil an admirable
JW88 JTIOMililB iriLr,r.1JH8
t and others.
Alio, a Krsid arttraoon perfomsnoe, Mt apart lor
LADIEH ANP OUIl.DHMN.
Whsowlll k. preHnUdairaad matlo rntrrtaln
1 o conclude with the rorrsmlnx pantomime ,
TIIK FOUIl I.OVKHH,
Under the lmmedlst. direction of
XaXxr. Barry Ct-llloox't,
HOAI.K 01' riUCKS
Orchfiirs Heats.... M els j Colored Uslkrjr. llou
Children In the afternoon l.ots
n-ON MONDAY MIOIIT A Oltl'.iT IlILVao
THE COfHXST AND IIK&T VENTIM
TKli THEATRE IN AM E MCA.
THIS ITIIllllMIlAY) KVBSJIIIU, JIII.V Ut,
and nvnnr kvenino durino tub week.
KXClThHlINT ON TUB INCIIKASK.I
The l-trfj.it, most Talented and X .malllt
THOVPB OF JlllTIHTH-
In lh world,
B II, IIOOI.F.X- .jd ( w II UltlFFIN,
Another Great Programme.
AN 1.NT1BB CIIAMUB
NMV UUBLKSQUF.9, tt
EVERY THl'NQ TONIGHT.
'The Itar.-The Star-Th. Hiar.l
The ((reat Moruli of th. Profesilon I
And tb. entire TROUPE In their Uniqns, Orlnlnal
Unapproachable Specialities, erery evening
I'll ICtS OFAUMISSION
Drew Circle antl Family Circle 2$ cents
Orchestra Chairs Jluls rxlia
I'rlrate Host. si
lloor. open at TH, lo commenoe st h V o oluuk
1 or partleutsrs see programes
Louisiana Avannc, naar I'xtli Htraat
The Coot Ht treat.
The j resent unparalleled combination of artlits
IthBIAIN ONK WKKK HO UK,
Uy universal ren,ueit
Hie nudlenocs during the pant wetk were unani
rooui In their praUi ot this talented Comedian, lie
is unf'nestionalily themoHt original and entertaining
performer new living He is tho only ono In hUpro
fet-idon with sufficient iulellect, combined with an
unceininglundof genuine humor, lo grapple with
and extract fun from the common pluee topluHofthi'
day. He will continue Ids exhibitions of kven Hatin
and brilliant Wit, embodied In liH Ijocal. Political
and Military Criliolsuu, In Ids own icul)ar tyle,
which ha rendered his name th talk vfih. cUy
Laiit chance to ate that Mountain of I- un and f hf-h,
Who will open a new budget of Comic Song , I Ihi
The great llanjoitt, and author of many of the
mct popular hongs, I turlesfiues.Ao ,now irfoynrd
by many of the so-called Minstrel Hands (r) who
thus earn a living and a reputation Ihrough Ihe el
forts of the proline brain ot this comic giniui
Will ni l -ear In a new selection of comic Hoiiks, in
tMluolng llin rxteinporaneotm VenlHcalioiilSliiglug
on any. subject Ihe audlencu may deln
LAST Whl.K OP
MISS Nl.Mil!. TAU)U,
The Hweet Vocal In
MISS JI.NNIK ALI.KN,
The Favorite Damn use
MISS MAGGIE VLRNON,
Iho Pleasing Danseuie
FlUSr WKKK OF
MISS JULIA UrCUMOND.
The 1 leant if ul Uameum
1 IKST WKliK Of
t he Pretty HongstreM
A MONHTLIt l'JIOGUAMMK
Fverynlgnt this week.
In Ihe production 01 which ihey will eclipse all
NLW HONHB. NKW OANC1-S,
NKW ItANJO HOLOS, NI.U AUIH
Nl-W lUIKLLHtiUKy, NKW Al TLlt PIKCI S.
Admission, 2) centi Orchestra Chairs. Ai) cents
Doors open, T 'i Performance, 8 u o'clock
.TO AQUIA CREEK
Tlie 1'otoinae Kleainboat (!oinimny
WILL dispatch a boat from the loot of Seventh
street, Washington, every morning, (Sundays
exoepun,) at six o'clock, for Acqula Creek, stopj Ing
at Marbury n Landing Returning, will leave Ao
quia Creek eviry day, (Sundays excepted,) at 3
o clock p 111
In connection, freight bat will run every day.
For freight and pawage, apply on board the boats
On baturJay,tlm boat leaving at six o'clock Jn
Ihe morning will eatud her trip to Piney Point,
and trlnoipat Intermediate landings Jteturnlng,
leave Piuvy Point at eight o'clock on Sunday
F are to AcquU Creek, 12 Hound trip, S3
1 aro to Ploey Point, ii.
for freighter passage, apply to freight agents ou
Washington, June U, Uflj
-fi It IMN KY 1 O I N T.
1 he splendid srt-amerKKYPOHT will Irave the
foot of Heventh street for Piney Point. KVI It
HA I UltOAY MOItNINO at 8 o'clock K.lurning,
Jjrll tr WM.lt SNOW. Agent,
T U. U D. W. IIATKtf,
rraetical Clock ami Walch Rrpairm ami
No -IJI Kstrcet,onedoorbelowSeventlistmt
All styles of CLOCKS repaired at resldepcifi bv
leaving addrces. and warranted to give sat faction
for one year. All alylea ol CLOCKS lor sale ut 11,"
lowtst cash prices All orders attended to with
promptness and dispatch jy 4'
At AUINKT UUKIIION
'1 is wtii-H.red la tho Cabinet of lat
OystwtHia wad the rtubUct ui H, t.nt.
" War" with the Navy" did nt quite aaree
Aa tntlm Im.llttlsut Ll.l nr,,.A ..""
And "Slate' and"lreaflury"dftleredonthi' uues
What kind ol I'm s were easiest of dlgt-Htion
Crackers and Cakes receivtd attention due
Candies wcro camhdm conn I Ureil toa.
Until uprone a mtmbwr, and declared
Of all nice things by bakers ytt prepared,
Crackers, Pits, Cakes, rich Candles and the rest
Oayton's were most digestible and buit.
Need it be said lhat whdom hi (superior,
Camo from that Hurtau, known an the Ihtkbioii '
O and II streets iv i-n