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THB EVENING STAR
W. D. WALUt H,
THURSDAY JULY 89, 1*64.
wbjadino mattb* on *v?r? paob.
BIB 0CTSID1 FOB INTBRR8TINQ TBLH
CBAPHiC AND OTIiBR MATTER
FROM up river.
IK* Fighting Yesterday.
Pardee from Western Maryland report that
there was no fighting yesterday, and tbat the
rebels bare not made any attempt at crossing
the Potomac. The impression i9 that there is
ju> rebel force in Northern Virginia other than
the force which lately appeared in front ofthU
City, aad Uiat their purpose now is to nold
possession of the Valley until the crops can I*1
IMPORTANT PROM CITY POINT.
Heavy t annonadlng Gsing On?The Rebels
Advancing upon Bermuda Hundred ?
tiraat Prepared to Meet th*m at any
Psmt?The Gunboats take Part in the
The mail steamer John Brooks arrived here
this morning, at 6 o'clock, from City Point,
-which place she left yesterday morning at lo
o'clock. At that hour all was qnietin front of
Petersburg, bnt on Tuesday afternoon a move
ment of the rebels was discovered, which,
although not fully developed, indicated that
they were attempting to Hank Butler on the
right, or were endeavoring to gain Harrison's
Larding, for the purpose of getting in his rear.
Tile proper dirpobition of troops was imme
diately made to check them and find out their
Artillery firing commenced at Point of Rocks
early ? the eveuing of Tuesday, which con
tinned all night. Our infantry, batteries, and
gn?hoat? were said to be engaged, bnt the most
of the firing was doubtless done by the gun
boate, which were shelling th? banks of the
Fighting wns also going on near Bermuda
llnndred, and it was reported that the rebels
?were posted three miles from that plac?.
Parties who were at General Butler's head
quarters on Tuesday night state that the roar
of mnsketry and artillery was incessant.
Yesterday morning, wbea the Brooks came
down the river, liiicg was still going on, bnt
stemfd to have slackened.
Early yesterday morning Gen. Grant was
engaged in making proper disposition of his
trcops to foil any re*l movement.
The officers attached to the John Brooks
state that the firing beard by them on Tuesday
Bight was more heavy and incessant than any
tfiey have heard during Grant's campaign.
Reports brought to City Point from Rich
mond by retugees and deserters, are to tlie
eflect that all the troops tbat can be spared
from the defence of that city have been sent
up the Valley, and it is now believed that the
forces operating in that vicinity will number
fifty thousand mtn of all arms. Such refugees,
however, aje not in a position to have any
positive tne&in of knowledge of rebel move
ments, and their statements are not by any
means authoritative, theretore.
TELEGRAPH 10 NEWS.
GENERAL SHERMAN'S VICTORY.
The Great Battle of Friday?We Bury 3,2-1
Dead Rebel*?1,000 Sound PrisouersCap
tured?1,100 Seriously W ounded Fall into j
Our Hands?Total Kebel Los>Over 1*2,000
? Eleven Stand oit'olorst apiured?Stone
man's t avalry in the Saddle?Operations j
? ? >l?ron Railroad?General Garrard's
Locisvillk, July 27.?Major A. W. Kelley. I
late Mayor of Natchez, has just arrived from
the front, which he left on Monday night. He
states that alter the battle of Friday, in front of
the 15th, 16'.h, and 17th corps, onr men buried
three thousand two hundred and twenty-one
rebel dead, and captured one thousand sound
prisoners and eleven hundred seriously
Wounded, with eleven stand of colors.
Among the prisoners tlrnre are thirty-three '
officer?., from the rank of Colonel down. The I
eiightiy wounded were taken ofl the field by
Gen. J. A. Logan estimates the rebel loss at '
12,003. Our loss, including killed, wonnded
and missing, at 3.120.
Atlanta is ia plain view, but General Sher
man does not desue to enter it at present; in
two hours he could establish his headquarters
Gen. Stoneman u> en rmitr for the Macon and
Atlanta Railroad i
To-day's Nashville Unian says, Gen. Gar- '
rard, at the head of a cavalry force, marched
to Covington, and destroyed several bridges j
and eagines, a large number ot cars, and 2,000 i
bales cotton. We also learn that the re^e
loss before Atlanta will doubtless rearh 12,"00 j
THE REBEL FORTE IN THE SHE*- :
I nioru. ation from Baltimore.
The telegraph lines to Baltimore being under j
an embargo by the Government, we avail i
ourselves of the following information derived
f.om a well informed gentleman of that city, j
ia regard to the important military movements !
now transpiring on the Upper Potomac.
With the particulars of the abandonment of
the pursuit of the raiders by the 6th corps the
public are already familiar. It is now clearly
ascertained that as soon as the tact of the re
turn of the oth corps toward Washington was
announced, the rebels availed themselves of
the important advantages thus presented, and
tbeir rear fell upon Gen. Crook's command
n>-nr Winchester with such overwhelming
numbers as to compel tbat gallant offi er to
retreat, loeinz a cousideraole number ot men
in kiRtd, wounded and prisoners, as well a- a
lew guns. The loss in men is estimated at one
thousand. From all that onr informant could
gather, there were but lew guns lost, though
there seems to te no doubt that the enemy did
With regard to the reported death of G?n.
Kelley, it is sufficient to say tbat he wa* not
?with Gen. Crook, but was, and still is, at
General Mulligan's death was still reported
at Baltimore yesterday, but therein no authen
tic infotmatiuD on the subject.
Wuh rtgard to tfte strength of theenemv,
the most reliable estimates of the entire force
compoeing the recent laiding column do not
m*ke it more than 1<M*4 or 17,0 0 men. It is
now believed this column has tven reinforced
to the extent of 10,00V or 12 00o, making the
"Whole strength cf the rebel force now in the
"Valley and upon the border of the Upper Po
tomac, or ;to,??io men of ah arm*. This
force is understood, Id well mlormed quarters,
to be under the command of Gen. A. P. Hi'l,
Oen.E.riy having, it is said, been obliged tj
retire from active duty on account of hi?
?Wound br- aking out afresh; and he bits. it is
?ur.de^stcod, been assigned to the command of
the Kit bmor.d district.
As to the desires cf this rebel force ni *? on
the borders of Maryland (lor it is believe t 'h it
op tu this time they have not cr >ssed th- 1\> o
*nac. at lenst in anj tore*), ail is conjecture.
The most probable view u that they will at
tempt an eaten five raid into Pennsylvania,
ai d by mskii g a tr-u? show of strength en
deavor to force Geo. Grant to se,.d awav m ire
?f b s army lrotn befor-* Pet-rsburg In c >r
roboi ation ot the oi>i<>i&n exp.e&?ed as t > t te
&>r. ng'hof'heiete-l for e, our informant suited
thai (leu. Crook r? ported tbat the rrwl line of
bat'le or?? froe'inr h m extended faur miles.
As to what the Government is no ug onr in
formant ftm** ?ou,e facts which -unnjt be
ptrtlrnisrlv spoken cf. It is show u, hn?e\ r,
tbat G?reral Wrigbt is moving rapidly to
wards the 1'pper Potomac arnb ad ihe av <il
ftt4e force at pmeni at bis command. Toe
entire command of all the troops, including
three ui d?r General Hunter, ha been given
t? thi? able General, and he prohibit i- by this
time ill a position to give battle to die alvance
o' tbe rmmy, with a f?>rce, it onr mfornaant is
rot mistaken, sufficient to cope with auy that
tii* iwbj can possibly have.
In military circles the opinion is expressed
thai the enemy's strength is now fully t?-ty
thousand, but'enr Informant beli ves that thu
estimate, Hke these of the previous railing
fotcts will be found to exaggerated 11 iw
evnhis may be result* will soon transpire
which will demonstrate the correctness or ia
g(rrectn?s? of th ?e cotflictiug opialoas.?
mr one bunfix^
trtvi sferred ln*? Cainji 10 L'
Wavy this weGt.
Governor OarUn, ex-Presldest Bti
cha*iSa. ui G^ral Buell are all rasucsung
a< B?d'ord Fprin?s.
tUT Three Luie brothers were drowned ta*
gothor in a poi it at Oeehaa, Mass., lately.
Ky*1 a* irreeponalble pertoa i&ned Jtw
etl, who hu recently bee? " u M?*t
and nMMenger for U?e r^bsl emissaries is Can
ada, ta assiduously laboring, and apparently
with some success, to create the Impression
that be acts by virtue of a certain implied nn
ferstasdinff or connection with the Executive
Mansion, we deem it not improper to state that
be nas never received from the President tbe
slightest recognition that Major Hay, at Nia
gara, expressly declined to meet him, and that
the only letter he has ever received irom the
Executive Office, in answer to his voluminous
communications, is the following:
Wabhikoton, July 19, 1S61. _
Sib: In the exercise of my duties as secretary
in charge of the President's correspondence,
it is necessary for me to use a certain discre
tion in the choice ot letters to be submitted to
the perat nal inspection of the President. In
order to avoid a further waste ot time on your
part, 1 have to inform you tnat your letters are
never so submitted. My proceeding in this
matter has the sanction of the President.
I am, sir, very truly, your obedieat s ^rvant,
John U a v.
Wm. Cornell Jewktt, 4c., A.C., Ac.
Financial.?The New York Commercial
Advertiser of yesterday evening says:
The stock market opened with a stron^r
feeling, ard at the call there was an a1 vance
: through the entire list. The sales were 1'.r^er
than lor some weeks past, and a vigorous s ;jf c
nla-lve movement was apparent on some of
the railroad stocks. There is more inquiry for
shares irom outside parties, and therj are all
the indications of a renewal of speculative op
Governments were a^ain very active aad
The withdrawal of the temporary loan by
the banks has necessitated a 1 irge farther is
sue of compound Interest notes?the increase
of circulation under this head being $lo.WO,(XiO.
This illustrates the Injurious operation of the
; temporary loan expedient invented by Mr.
! Chase. The banks have been lending to the
Government in this way to the u'most of their
ability. A stringent turn in the money mar
ket compels them to withdraw #10,00(1,00;)
within a week. The Government has no re
sources in the Treasury for meeting such a
draft, and the Secretary has, therefore, to fall
back upon his unissued currency. The tem
porary loan has thns resulted in an addition
to the circulation of ten millions within one
There remains now g63,000,o<io of this loan
outstanding, at any time subject to a heavy
draft, which, as the Treasury keeps no ad
equate reserve to meet such a contingency,
would have to be met by the still lurther cre
ation of currency. The direct tendency of the
loan is thus to foster inflation. It is a con
i stant terror-m over the head of the Secretary,
i and the sooner he offers some practical in
: dncement for the funding of this portion of
the debt, the bttter it will prove for all par -
The Evening Express says:?The subscrip
tions to the 7 3-10 loan are already coming in,
and Mr. Cisco received several this morning,
inclndicg one ot 850,(>00,l>00. A certain bank in
this city is expected to take85no,lX?> or S1.UH>,000
in the coarse of the dav.
i The money market exhibits no material
change, and capital is abundant at 7 per cent,
j ou call, while in some instances lower rates
are ac cepted. The statement of the public deb'.
| snows tDat the Government are paying ont
compound rates, which mnst float as currency
for sometime to come. The banks are in a
strong posi'ion and money is flowing in here
j from the interior.
There was a sharp revival of the speculative
feeling at the Stock Exchange this morning, and
, there was a large advance throughout the en
tire Railway lit-t.
There is a strong demand for stocks general
ly, under the prevailing opinion that a higher
range of values must rule in the t utur?.
There was an active demand for Govern
ments on foreign acconnt, and there was a
lurther advance in prices.
The gold market was very tame this morn
irg, and fell off about 4 per cent, from the
closing rate of yesterday. The immense re
shipments for foreign merchandise, and the
large amounts of Government securities going
abroad create a great volume of exchange,
which materially lessens the demand for gold.
[V1~?AN ADJOURNED MEETING OP THE
Lk_3 Board of Trustees of tne Pub'ic Schools,
lor the election of Teachers for the ens'iing year
and other purposes, will be held on FRIDAY,
July 2*?th at5o'clockp m
j> 2T .H R T. MORSELL. S-cretary.
ry-^OPKlCEOF HIE METR'JPOLl TAN KAIL
L>_5 ROAD COMPANY, Wishinoton, JulyiS,
? *>(.?At a meetirg of the Stockholders of the
Metropolitan Railr.>aH Company, held this date,
the following gentlemen were electea Director* to
serve for on? year
Win B.Todd, John H.Semnies,
M. G. Emery, J VV. Thompson,
Lewis Clephane. A. R. Shepherd,
?. P. Brown.
Ard at a meeting of the Directors hell on the
evening of the above day, the following officers
8. I'. Brown, President, M. G. Kmery, Trea
Atte?t: LEWIS CLEPHANE,
Jy27 3t Secretary.
NOTICE ? To the P'opU of Washtneton an<1
lh' PuMh generally ? Upholstering and
;aoinet making and Rcnovatingofall description*,
doneinthe best style and at the shortest notice Old
Curled hair Mattresses can be made as e?od a* new
atWM J.LEE'S new establish rnsnt. No. 3t>3, O
street north, between4% and 6th street west.
j??>-lm* WM. J LEE
F^OR SALE-Two go?d MARKET WAGON?,
with tops, at iiU'2. "orner 21st and N sts. It*
FOR SALE?A good TOP BUGGY. Inquire of
J. B. WELLS, 116 High street, Georgetown.
YV K K AT H8"PR?sFeD IN 'THK N EAT EST
vv STYLE?Person* desiring Wreaths and Bo
qnets pressed, in remembrance of their deceased
friends, will please call at No. 43b Eleventh street,
bet. G and H streets, jy?-'3t*
FOR 8ALE?The BELL of Perseverance Fire
Company, wishing 1.238 pounds, with frame,
& c.. complete. For volume and twie this bel 1 is
equal to any in the country. Also, thirty t > forty
eight-ribbe't hf-tstvle Firemen'.- flat.'. Addnvs
H>-NRY LYLES, President Perseverance Fire
rp GOO0 PICTURES.
I HOPE in s.-an h of good PHOTOGRAPH5*,
CARTES DE MSITFS or AMBROTYf'ES.should
call at "Flnmb Gallery'" where they are surf to be
The proprietor of this well-known gallery has
an experience of over twenty >osu-s in the busi
ness, and has made arrangements to get up super
Daguerreotype^ or Ambr-dvpe- of de ceased per
sons copied to any size plain or colored.
PLUMB G ALLERY. No 35B1-, I'a. ay.,
jy 28-3t. over Davis' Hat Store.
TYJOTICE.?Those of our customer* whose ac
iy counts were rendered on the 1st of July, and
who bave not yet called to settle them, are ear
nestly solicited to do so at their ea'lie.-t conven
ience. hi- we need ?-very dollar we can command to
replenish onr stock for the approaching season,
and having to buy the most of our goods for cash,
we shall hereafter render our bil's monthly, ani
these not responded to promptly we shall be
obliged to discontinue, as the constant a1vance in
goods of almost e\ ery description and the present
nn-ettled state of affairs renders it a'-solutely
necessary that we should have the money to re
place our stock when needed.
Those who have already called ani closed up
their accounts will please accept onr sincere
thanks for tlitir promp'ness.
jy 2?-eo3t W M. PHU3TERA RRQ.
^ R K A T BARGAINS.
FRE^n GOODS JUST ARRIVED
PRIME BROWN SUGAR, 2T<e.
BB-T RIO COFFEE, only tOe.
BEST J AY A, &??.
BEST BLACK TEA, Jl DO
B>ST IMPERIAL TEA.
BKiT OCNPOWDER.f; #n
With largi lot of
A try low for cash.
4*7 MJi st., between D and K.
' jy 28 3t* neat side
FOR SALE-One of Mathew's double-frame
SODA WATER GENERATOR, n. w an I in
r' .ffe<t order Also, three t-n cailon Si)"V
Of NT AIN8; will be *old one *ltird lee . I It mi cost
Ituuire of J. 7. VAN REYKEN, No. 90 Pri ice
street. Alexandria, V>. lr 27 T.*
JOOD CONTRAOTORa -I ha*e f .r sale 7<?0
' ACRES OF LAN D. well set in II ARD WOOD,
abcu' IH n'iles from the Nanticoke River, where
th? largest class vessels san load For terms up
vl> to WM. C. HUFFINGTON.
jv 27 6f* Cambridge, M i.
i *1, Imnd a very superior lot of light 0 A fill AG ES,
consisting in part of Buggies, Rockawa"* Ex?en
siou tops, Boat and Jersey flagons, Ualf tops, A e..
Also, a number of second hand Buggies an 1
Rockaways which will he soil cheap.
HORT H. GRAHAM, Coachnaaker.
Jy i7-3t* 374 D street, and 4 7 7 ?th street.
HTjRSES < WORSES!'^llORSKS H I
*17ft. $174. 1170.
Wax i>Kra?TMUT,Osf alrt Bukkao, 1
? fHHfJ ' hUf ywrtrrwedt, S
Wasuivotoh. I) O.. Joly?J? 1.1*4 \
One hunHrM and seventy dollars $ ITS) each
will he p.id for all CA V M.RY BOkSES that p?ss
?wipection at Uietboro Depof, until otUerwiseor
dtrtU. Heur? of inspection from 9 a. ni. till fi p. m,
JAMEti A ERIN . Lieut. Ool-.aei
_ ... anu OhlefQiart-rraasWr.
Jy TT-lJt Cavair* Bureau.
FI^OR SALE?The good and sopeHarfast Balling
schoiiier RfN<H>oVE,capacity lt'toni ^
Van be *e?>u at R,T?y'i. wharf Fo' tnrtHsr
KirticulorsaDpiy UJaMEb O. J0IIN80V.??
lie) a wharf. jy M U*
HfOORB'B WESTIno bRDO STORE, ll.t
IT! J'WiN AYENtTE. SODTTI 8IDE.-Ly
man's Patent Preserve Jara freah and ?oreV
Medle oM. Perfnraery, Toilet loan- Co- IV
,0XyeS-'b*5nd cUw MftUeinH, tr U-S?
?> B0P08AL8 f O B LOAN.
TbIA&Urt Dipa itMUT , July ?. 19(4.
Notice is hereby given that subscription* will
be received by the Trea??rer of the United State*,
thr N*eril AuiiUot Treworfrfi Md D?si<n?tcl
Depositories and by the National Banks designate 1
and qualified as Depositories and Financial Agents,
for Treasury Notes payable three years frwm
August IS, 1864, beariag interest at the rat* ?f
?even and three-tenth* per cent per annum, with
semi atnual coupons attached, payable in lawful
These notes will b? convertible at the option of
the holder a* matu ity into si* per cent. gol 1
bearing bonds, redeemable after fire and payable
twenty years from August l.'i. 1357.
The Notes will be issued in the denominations of
fifty, one hundred, tive honored, one thousand an 1
five thousand dollars and wiil b? is?u?d in blank,
or payable to ?rder, as way be directed by th? sub
All subscriptions niHst be for fifty dollars, or
some multiple o* fifty dollars.
Duplicate certificates will be issued for all depos
ites. The party depositing must endorse upi>n the
oritinal certificate thedenomination of notes re
quired, and whether they are to be issued in blank
or payable to order. When so endorsed it must be
l<>ft with the officer receiving the deposit, t? be
forwarded to this Department.
The notes will be transmitted to the owners free
of transforation charges as soon after the receipt
ofthe orig:~ il Certittcat es of Deposit as they can
Interest will be allowod to August 15 on all
deposits made prior to that date, and will be paid
by the Department upon receipt of the original
As the notes draw interest from Autrust IS, por
tions making deposits subseiutnt to that date
must pay the interest accrued from date of note to
date of deposit.
Parties depositing twenty five thousand dollars
and upwards for these notes at any one time will
be allowed a commission of one-quarter Of one per
cent., which will be paid by this Department upon
the receipt of a bill for the amount, certified to by
the officer with whom the deposit was made. No
deductions for commissions must be made from
Officers receiving deposits will see that the
proper endorsements are made upon the original
All officers authorized to receive deposits are
requested to give to applicants all deeirel informa
tion, and afford every facility for making sub
scriptions, W. P. FESSKNDBN,
jy 2*-tf Secretary of the Treasury.
LOST AND FOPNP.
IOST-On Sunday, the 24tb inst., a mHdle sized
-i COW, brown color, black hea#. wbite belly,
short tail. $10 rew ard will be given if returned to
.IOHN WAGNER, corner !>th and II sts. jy 2S-3t*
P*ME TO MY PREMISES yesterday, a white
V ' and red 0\. The-owner is requested to come
forward, prove property. pay charge-" and take
bim away on North Capitol street next to the
Cemetery Grave Yard. Ijv28-.1t* | Mrs. FRIDAY
WAS HIRED on the 2f?th instant, to Captain
Hawkins 6th Maryland infantry, a small
b'ack pony MARK, about 6 years old. heavy tail;
hind feet whit* The finder will be liberally re
warded by leaving it at J . N ATUAK 'is, corner 12th
and C streets. jy 2V2t*
103T?A round, UOI.D PIN, a little enamel
J across the center, between I th and 13tl> sts ,
on New York York avenue. T'ie Gndrr will b'?
liberally rewarded by returning the s*me to MR.
ROOT S room. Treasury Building, or 13S F *t.,
between 12th and 13th street. It*
0 I A RgWARD.?Strayed or stolen frotn the
'P I" commons north of I?th and M sts., on the
?.Viih of July, a medium sized white and red BUF
FALO COW The above reward will l>e given to
any person returning her t?> No. 313 loth st.. th*
first h"use above M st. north. jy 2S 3t*
Cj K REWARD. ? Strayed away from the sub
scriber, on the 27th of July, a small, dark
bay MULE, supposed to bn eight years old. Trie
a^ove reward will be pail if lirooglit houie. or in
formation given. JOHN MOORE. No. to Diu
barton street, Georgetown, D C Jy 2s vt*
\ RE W A 1! D?Stolen from the )>mstn r ? of the
subscriber on the night of tlie i' th inst ,
a dark brown HORSE, about l'? hands high, stout
built. thin short mane and tail, small --tar in '"ore
head. ?nfl a sesr or the hitid leg near the hie;
without shoe- very sluggish, and slightly thick
wii.ded. I will give the above regard f >r the re
fCverv of the horse and conviction of thief, or
ten dollars for the l;.>r
THOS C MAGRUDKR,
jy 'if-St Near Glenwood Cemetery.
TOST?Ou Monday. the 55th in-tar.t, on I st. 1 e
-A tween Hth and 1-ith sts , a ia't y'* ?<>ld WATCH.
The finder will be liberally r> warded by h aving st
at No. 339 I street,between 13th and 14th. Jy27-2t*
l^OCND?A POCKET BOOK, containing money
r and a discharge of M. Kerrigan The ow ri'*r
can have the saro>' by calling on S. ADRKOV,
Ambulance Park . IFtli and N sis. jy 27
AMB TO~MY PREMISES, on the 2-d'insUnt. a
small red Buffalo COW The owner is requested
to come forward, prove property pay charge. aud
take t he animal away. J. JIEN HY MA KTI N.
Jy 27 3t* Cniontown. I> C.
'PA KEN FP?Estrav on the 24th inst.. a 1%'ge
1 bla-k MeWPOUND'.AND DOG, with hra-s
collar on, aud name tngraved on it.
J AS. brennf.n.
Express driver at the B. and O. R. R. depot,
jy S7 3f
& | i j RBW ARD?Drowned, <>n the 2<th inst.. off
*35 1 IF tho Dew long hridgt-. at. the draw on the
Virginia side. DAVID SMITH. dr?ssed in an India
rubber coat, corduroy pants, and a heavy pair of
boots. T"e xbove reward au t the thanks ofhi.-i
brother will be given ISAAC SMITH,
jy 27 .'!t* 7 7 7 New Jersey av., south of Cauitol.
1 OST OR STRAYED?On Sunday night, the 2tth
mj inst , from the corner of >2?h and H streets,
about 9 o'clock . a dark hay nORSE. about 15 bauds
high, hot** bind feet white, small star in his fore
head. his man?* ragged. Ten dolla-s reward will
be given it returned to JAS. QU1NN, 13th street,
between II a' d I jy 2e; st*
Cf ^ FL REW ARD?Lost in Alexandria, on Friday,
? ?' the 1."?tv? instant, a lar_'e, cluster DIAMON D
RING, supposed to have beeu lost intheneigh
borbof d c.f the City HofeI. The above rewxrd
will be pa'd if the ring is reamed to LIKCT.
DONN.lstD C R girnent, vol.*;. at Alexandria,
or at Mr. GALT'S Jeweliy Store,on Pa. av-?nue,
Wasbingti.n, D. C. )>'2'i fit*
IOST?(in the evening of the ?.Vta inst., a BAY
-i HORSE, ibout 7 vearse.ld: white spots on the
leftside, from the effect of sore-i from the gi rt h;
and several spots from old sores on boti si-!?<?
bark bone, from the effect or the caddie. Was
taken from tne premises of CHARLES MVDEi,
corner of 3d street and Penn. avenue 11 ad on
when taken s MeClellan saddle, hi idl* and ni*r.
lingale. A suitable reward will be given if i e
turned to Mades' Hotel. jy2i3t'
fOST? On Thursday evening, July 21st, on
> Georgetown Heights, between the upp-r part
of Greene street and the Be'ervoir a lady'jloeg
(iOLD CH A IN. with slide pet in til quoise, and
having- a locket attached thereto A suitable re
ward will be paid to the finder upou leav ing it at
liit*Greene st.. above West Georeelown jy ?>:. 1 w
I O THE PUBLIC -I take this method <>r rec
otnnierdine N. H. Miller, 311 9th str?et. Justice
of the Peace, as a gentleman 'f sound julgment
and strict integrity, and would say that any oni
bavinii business to transact will find him an im
partial man. and one who can tell right from
wrong?froui iriy own personal ex oe' ience. in a case
trie<t before him on the 26th aud 27th inst.
WHITE fcULPHL R SPRINGS,
The Proprietor takes p! >a?ure in announcing
that thi? favorite and fashionable ^Yat?l - J*
ing ''lace is new open f'?r visitors. The"
Carlisle White Sul ohur Springs ar? si t n -. l m
ated in Cumberland Connty, Pa.,ahou? four ra>Ls
northeast < f Carli b r. The p ?r^onal and undivided
attention of the Proprietor will be ?iveu to tb&
wants and cumf?rts of hi? gue?ts
Jy 2C PC N W. W0UD8, P oprietor.
FOR SAI.E-A beautifnl, st>li?h, pure blood
HLACK 11A W K Mi iKG AN HORSE, ^
fifteen and a Laif hands h'eh. weighing
?>ne thousand ponnds built in prop *- jnEj?7?
tion, six years old ?nd a pe-f. ct model
rf beaut v. without blemish; perfectly '?
kind in s>ng!e ?uid double harness and all right in
ev rv?ay This H?r e has been raised by the
celebrated Morgan stf."k breeder. Lewis Sherman,
Esq.. Brandon Vermont, to whom the present
owners refer any rurcha er for his pedig ee.
Be was broneht here ?ix months ago at a great
e>penae. and i* now s. Id without a single fault,as
the owner, after various unsuccessful efforts, can
n< t mttch him in ?Ute. action.or eo'or in any part
of the cour.ty. He ia perfectly gentle, ami nan he
handled or driven by any Kdv. or even a ho*. The
attention of pri?ate families aid army officers is
resw tftilly invited t ? this fine aniuial
No ho s dea ers ne'd spolv. II" will only be
sold t'> private citiiena or army officers. Price
He can be seer, at the stables of KKL
lEflERA PYWELL, Eighth street, bet?i?eo I>
For particulars snply at the stihles.or at the
st<>re of p. J. UEI.LK^, SlO Seventh striet near
Odd Fellows'Hall. jy 21-tf
A . J. C HOWARD'S
LIVERY, HIKING. HACK. EX
CHANGE A -?TAGfcSTAB<.BS,
ft htitntm 6 k and 7tk. No'th Sid'.
The subscriber ha* constantly on hand a Urge
let of fine HOB9S8. BCOGIKS, Ae. 4 c., which he
will hlt'e. sell or exchange
Theofficeofthe Marlhoro'and Washington stage
line Is at the above nlve.
Also, attached to the aame place it ? "np R?s
TaFRANT. jy n lm
Proposals for phroha^b of whbat
Headquarters DkpT or W*8Hr?crot,
Okticb orOiiiKr QB**Tii??Astaa,
W#MhtsotoN. July 26.
HEALED PROPOSALS will Ve received at -n?s
off untH ? th of Au^ait i+xt par
chase of Kive ' Loucand Bushels (more <>r le-sl of
th? best hed Medlfrr near. WHBaT. and K,ft--n
nnndrcd Bushels (more oi Vrasl ??? the best quality
RYK. raised on the Government farms south "f
tbe Potomac. The grain he delivered in this
city cr G> orgetown to the party whoaebll may
he accepteo. within thirty day# lro? the acc^p
tanc? <h the M t. , ,
Fr? posals will be ?>?doree'l Propoaals for the
?urchaiw t)f Wheat and R>" " and h 'dres.jd to the
inder.igned ? BLlisM OR KENS,
Lient. Ceknne*. Ofc?ef Qnarterw^ster.
if If UH Dwt ?( W MbiagUiU.
4 O'CLOCK P. NL
Jay Cooke & Oo. furnish the following quo
tations of Government securities:
Washington. July 2?, 1f64.
I 17. S. 6's Coupon IS&l 1<? li.7
U. S.521'6 1<* 109*
7 3-U' Treasury Notes UG% 1(W
One Year Certificates 04 ?? 9a#
Certificate Checks 95%
Nhw York?First Hoard.
Coupons, ll>;j*:5-20'6, It* \, Certificates,
1 Gold, 247.
FROM HAGKRSTOW ? ANOTHE UPPER
No Rfbels on ?hr >lary land Shore?Rebel*
Opposite Willlamsporl. Maryland?Col.
Mulligan Undoubtedly Killed on Sunday
?frrpu ration* to give the Rebels u Warm
j Reception Should they Attempt tp Cross
i We have direct information from Hagers
I town, Md., up to? o'clock yesterday morning.
Tbe Confederals had made no attempt up
I to yesterday morning to cross the river, al
; though their pickets occupy the Virginia shore
I opposite \Yilliamsport, and occasionally Are
acrofs the river at our troops.
There is no donbt that Col. Mulligan died
fiom the effect? of wonnds rece.ved on Sunday.
Gen. Averill received a slight wound in the
forehead at the same time, but not sufficient to
| prevent him from discharging his duties.
Union reinforcements are arriving at the
proper place, and are being assigned to availa
ble positions. Should the rebels attempt to
cross'he river they will meet with resistance
equal to the occasion.
There is regular communication between
Hagerstown and Frederick, and the cars are
running from Hagerstown to Chambersburg.
Notwithstanding the excitement at Hagers
town, business is still transacted, but the store,
keepers have but few goods exposed for sale,
as they have received no stock since the recent
THE RECENT REBEL DEMONSTRA
Early and Breckinridge in Command?
They Move In Two Columns, toward
Martinsburg and llnrkesville ? Colored
Soldiers with the Raiders.
Mr. John K. Hell, of Mill (rap, Berkeley
j county, Ya , arrived In this city this mirningi
| and gives some interesting particulars of the
' recent rebel demonstrations towards Martins
burg and the Potomac He says that after the
fight at Winchester last week, although the
n bels were defeated, tbey were not so badly
used up but that they could collect a consider,
It appears that they concentrated at Buck
Cre< k village, in Frederick county, and ad
vanced thence on Saturday morning early
through Mill Gap, and halted at Banker Hill,
whence Breckinridge took a force and moved
in the direction of Darkpsville, and Gen. Early
(who appeared to have command of the whole
lOTcej moved on the pike toward Martinsburg.
Their diverging at Bunker Hill indicated a
movement upou Harper's Ferry, a* it was ne
cessary to mov? through Darkesville to reaca
that point. Ther- is no doubt of Early being
in command, as he and Breckinridge, together
with their staffs, stopped at Mr. Bell's house
at M 11 Gap.
Mr. Bell says the rebels had with them about
2<!ti negroes, as near as he could judne, who
were mounted and armed with sabers and pis
tols. Among these negroes tie recognized a
number who had been slaves in the neigtibor
hcod ol Mill Gap, and who appeared to be
pointing out the way to the reb<*l Generals,
and indicating the best roads to bj taken.
Passengers who arrived here last evening
from Frederick report that considerable excite
ment exists at that place, and that many of the
citizens are leaving. Business is almost en
tirtly suspended, and yesterday morning the
banks were all closed, and there were but few
stores open. The Government property and
hospital stores have all been removed to a
pla^e of salety.
.Reports were current at Frederick yesterday
morning that the rebels, in large force, were
drawn up in line of battle at Harper's Ferry,
menacing our forces on the Maryland Heights.
There can be no truth in this, however, as the
regular train from Harper's Ferry reached
Baltimore last evening.
A REPORTED CROSSING BV THE REK1LS
ABOVE MCDDY RRANCH ? A OANaRD
A larmer arrived here last night from above
Muddy Bianch, and stated that some of the
rebels crossed the river on Tuesday night, and
threw out pickets between Muddy Branch and
Edwards' Ferry on the Maryland side, and
that be was in their lines until two o'clock yes
terday morning, when he got away. He repre
sents that there were but few who crossed.
This story is, however, not credited, and, in
deed, we have good authority for stating that
no rei>ei;5 have crossed this side of Edwards'
Ferry at least.
A FEMALE KKKET. SENTENCED TO RE CON
FINED- HER LABOR IN CONFiNKMKVT TO
BE F</R THE BENEFIT OF THE UNION
Mrs. Mary E. Sawyer, of Baltimore, Md.,
having been iouud guilty, by a special Mili
tary (Jommiss on, held in this city, of corres
ponding with the enemy, and assisting parties
within cur lme6 to comspond with the enemy,
and in furnishing letters of a contraband cbar
ac er frt>m witbin our lines into those o: the
enemy, has been sentenced to be imprisoned
until the termination of the present rebellion,
and be ? mploved oil labor for the benefit of the
Ui ion soldier a, in such prison as the Secretary
of War m&v diiect. The female prison at
Fttchburg, Worcester county, Mass., has beeu
selected as the place of confinement.
SENTENCE OF A RLOCKADE RUNNEK
Johnson S. Palmer, of Loudon county, Ya.,
has bven tried and found guilty by a military
commission for violatn g the laws and cus
toms of war in trading with the enemy, and
ir furnishing the rebel commissariat with ar
t clefcof con missary stores, and tor purcha-ing
inrge quantities of cotton and tobacco withi-i
the lines of the ?-nemy and disposing o! por
t ous of the same within our lines. Palmer
hns sertencfi to be imprisoned in the peniten
tiary at Albany, N.Y., until the termination of
the pitsent rt t -*-11 ion.
01 FICEKS SENT UNDER OUARD TO THEIR
Lieut. S I^monck. 15th N. Y., and Lieut.
K. T. Tighes, ~Jd N Y , arretted tor being ab
sent from their commands without proper au
thority, were sent this morning under guard to
the frovost Marshal General of the Army of
? he Potomac, to be returned to tteir leji
I'POINTMKKTR IN THE POST OFKICK De
J'a R-i mknt.?The Postmaster General has ap
I ointed Joseph H Hlackfan, Esq., to b* chief
cleik of the Pest Office Department, in place of
Wm. W?les resigned, from August 1, 1831.
Sa 'ary. ?2 2<Ki.
Richatci Kelly is promoted from a first to a
third clats, clerk-hip. vice Jo?epb H Blackfan,
npi Tinted chief clerk, from Augast 1. Salary,
K. C. Bessan is appointed a temporary clerk
in 'he lk ad Letter Office, at a pay of SHU per
John W. Honx is appointed let'er carrier in
th Washington Oi'y Post Office, in pla-e ot
George B. t lark, res'gned. at s*00 per annum.
A recent di-cov>ry has brought to light
the fact that the Jews are very numerous in
China. A Jewish officer in the Hritish nary
estimates them at one million. It was by m*?re
nc< id? nt that ihis commnrity of Oriental Ohlna
Jews was discovered. The officer referred to
went np one of their rivers, and observed a
larre town or city. He was not at first cordi
al j re cured; but finally obtaining an iuter
v ? w with the chief, be landed nnd*r t?l? pro
motion, : a J found. to bis astonishment, an
immei m> popnlationof Jews.
?6^* The Turkish commercial ll*c has been
altered. Instead of the red gTound and white
cr> scent as tltbertn, the rotors are green ground
v. i'h a ted ball In the middle bearing a white
descent in Its center.
It is reported that Governor Oony. of
Maine, following;U*e precedent, wUI appoint
ex-Go\f rnor Cebnrn Senator in place of Mr.
Fe8,.enr^Df rntixi ed.
A new gunpowder is prop ped ta Ei'g
lard, 'o consist of forty seven parts of chlo
rate of po Ksb thirty-eisbt part* ot torr >c?aa- <
ide of potAsstnir, and tire part- of sulphur.
*7"In spite of the drought the whole whwt
ctop or Iowa, It i?? 6aid, will reach l*?rtKM?pp
*11 i !? i
HEW TURK STOCK LIST.
[By tfce People's Line?Office 511 Ninth street.]
N w York, July 88?U. S. 1881, coupon fi's,
1(A?; U. 8. 108\; Certificates of Indebt
e<lnMS,Wi^; Gold, 218*; N. Y. CntraL 136
Erie, 11*X; Hsdwn Biver, 131*; Harlem, ?;
Reading, 137: Michigan Central, 13S><, Michl
pin Southern, Pltf; Illinois Central,
Cleveland and Pittaburg, 113*; Cleveland and
Toledo, 131>^; Obi aito ind Hoc* Island, \1
Milw aakie and Prairie dn Chlen, 70; Pitt*,
bare. Fort Wayne and Chicago.?: A. I ton and
Tena Hants, ?; Chicago and Northwestern,
5J\: Quicksilver, 76*.
Philadelphia, July at?.?The Herald says
that v;o understand that General Sanford
arrived last night from Washington with t&-?
decision of the War Department exempting
from draft em h of the one hundred day's men
as may be actually in service when the draft
From California ? Opposition to >la\i
San Frakcihoo. July 45.?The Mexican pop
ulation in the southern counties of this State
are beginning to take 6ides for and against
Maxirnilliaj). A great majority support Jaur?>z,
and express regret that the Un.ted States did
not extend its protection over the Republic of
The Atlantic Cable.
St. Johns, N. B., July 29 The steamer
Margaret Stevenson left here this morning tor
Trinity Bay, with Cyrus W. Field, to select a
place for landing the Atlantic cable.
Police Rkvorts?Fir it Precinct.?Edward
I^ee Cofler and Lucy N. Coffer, arrived from
the rebel States; sent to Provost Marsh U.
Second J'recinct.?Thomas Fursy, indecent
language to ladies: military. Robu Grigsby
and Josiah Eagleason, fighting; ?l each. Levi,
alias Frank, alias James C. Pennifleld, steal
ing: jail to await a requisition. Pat'k Hawley,
Catharine Walker, selling whisky to soldiers;
#*0 each. Catherine Walker, selling without
license; P20. Mary Currell. druuk and disor
Third Precinct.?John Wheeler, larceny; dis
missed. Mary Richardswn, drunk and disor
derly; workhouse. James llorrigan, assault
and battery; jail for court. Chas. Rolling,
drunk; military. Jerome Snow, grand larceny;
bail for court. Kate Donnally, do ; jail for
court. Lucy Tabs, disorderly; $2.<4. Henry
C. Smith, having a stolen horse in possession;
for hearing. Wm. Fowler, selling to soldiers;
dismissed. Eliza Taylor, do : *'><>. Marv Kellv,
drunk; dismissed. John Clancey and W. H.
Casteliow, disorderly; military. Jerome Shaw,
suspicion oi larceny; for hearing.
Fourth Precinct.?Edward Johnson, Charles
Williams, Joseph Stockwell, desertion; mili
tary. Wm. Rollins, grand larceny: dismissed
Wm. Norris, disorderly: do. Pat McVay, in
decent exposure; *G. Mary Shea, disorderly;
Sixth Precinct ? John Maffit, disorderly; Jno.
McManus, deserter; August Brunk, druuk;
military. Jacob Bellmair, resisting a market
clerk; di*mi&3ed. M irg't Johnson, drunk and
disorderly; do. .Tames Johnson, grand larce
ny; jail for court. Sarah Becman, disorderly;
Harriet Beckman, do.; ?'2. George Sam
raan?, do ; ?5. John Coach, drunk; 83.
Tenth Precinct.?Philip Myers,disorderly and
profane; ?2. Also, for threats; bail for pea
Wm. Hughes, disorderly; $2. Martha Curtis,
do;.*.'). Lawrence Eniver, aiding desertion;
Thos. Kinchela and John Fitzslmmons, desert
ers; military. Mary Jaee Taylor and Mollie
Williams, fast driving: dismissed. West Ad
r.ms, do.; $?>. Michael Himer, drunk and dis
orderly; $4. Martha Brown, grand larceny;
fi rred. Pat'k Callagban and Frank Roden,
disorderly: ?2 each.
Mhiob OrAEDS.?The Quartermaster's em
ploy ee& have organized for military purposes,
and make an exceedingly pood show of sol
dierly material. The first regiment has or
ganized with the following field and stall' of
ficer aiid captains of companies;
i hs H.Tompkins.Colonel; Iiau'l G. TJiomas,
Lieutenant Colonel; Wm. W. Johnson. Major;
John E Allen. Major; Chas. H. Huestis, Adju
tant: E. K. Springer, Reg. Quartermaster; Mor
ris 1*' nnick, Regimental Commissary. Zach
eus Debow,Captain company A; Jas. H.Trim
ble, B; John L. Kelley, C; John B. Ramsay,
II: Richard Wilson. E; W. A. Ktrk, F: W. C.
Burgher, <1, John Pritchard, H; Sidney W.
Seelye, I; U. I). Harrison, K.
l>. J. Partello is the leader of the band. The
regiment is to be properly uniformed, and
companies are to drill each day regularly.
Statu op thb Thbemomktrr.?At Frank
lin & Co.'s, opticians, No. 241 Pennsylvania
avenue, the theimometer stood to-day at 1
o'clock, 87 In the shade, and 115 in the sun.
Apkairs ia? Geok(;etowx.?Special Meeting
of the Councils.?In obedience to a call of the
Mayor, the Board of Aldermen and Common
Council met in their respective chambers. The
principal matter for consideration was thesntn
of money Georgetown is required to pay the
Metropolitan Police, in accordance with the
act of Congress increasing the pay of the po
lice force. The Common Council referred the
subject to the Aldermen, and the Aldermen
laid the subject on the table temporarily. The
b< ards also passed a resolution an'horizing the
extension of the upper story of the new mar
ket thirty-fonr feet: and a resolution in favor
of John Cldfield ic. Bro. The Aldermen ad
jonrned until Monday next, but the Council
adjourned indefinitely, and will require an
other call from the Mayor to be assembled
Scliinn Whiskey to Soldiers.?Mary Galla
gher was arrested this morring for selling
whiskey to soldiers, and was lined ?20 by Jus
tice Reaver. Jas. Parrott, proprietor of the
itenerant bar, relerred to in the Star yesterday,
was turned over to the civil authorities this
morning, and was lined ?20by Justice Reaver,
lor peddling whiskey without a license.
Port of Georgetown.?Entered?Steamers Per
rltt, Elloway, N. Y.: Fairbank, Mersbon, do ;
Jas Hall, Fenton, Philadelphia; merchandise
to District merchants. Cleared?Schooners
Corsti'ution, Mt-rdock, Naiigemov; Clara,
Galloway, Bait.; Pearl, Williams, Havre-de
Grace; Charley, Ya'es, BlacUstone's Island;
Steamers J. A Thompson, Mc.Iiaig, City Point;
Lizzie Baker, lionohuge, Bait.; Sloop H. Day,
Jone6, St. Marys.
I^OR RENT?Two furnished BED BOOMS. Ap
ply at No. 424 B street, between Hth and 9tli.
F'OR t.BNT?In a private family, one or two
netily furnii-hed ROOMS?No. I7t? 15th St.,
between l*a av. and V st. jy W-.tt*
'f Wl) STAlSLBs FOR KK.xT, with Carriage
J House, a' <4tt K ntrent, between 12th and loth
sts , in Franklin Row. The stable? have aecni
inodations fur mx. horses. It*
IVOR RENT? A~BBICK HOUSE, eontaininir ten
? roomh. and the Furniture for sale. Enquire
of M ALL. S fBPHEN? 4. CO., 322 Pennsvivani*
avi>nu?. jy ffi-lw'
|YfICEI.Y FURNISHED ROOMS TO RKST at
1* 1S?? <i atreot, bei ween Twentieth and Twenty
tir--t street*. First-class boardin* hou?enearby.
ON TUB FIRST OF AUGUST A DOUBLE
floom <an be obtained, ani several Table
B< arders accommodated, at 4**1 !Uh st.. between E
and F. jy
STEAMER FAIRBANKS HAS AKRIVED.
Consignee^ will please attend to
the i eception of their goods at once.
Thif sunnier t-siU for New York on
Saturday, July ,*tUth, 1864, at 1 p m
jyi8 2t MOROAN A RHINE1 ART.
L"OR RENT-A FHAMK UOUSB. c^ntaininu nix;
I r oms, with froL't and back yvd. Will be
rented to any person who will bny th?? farnitur?.
Meferer>c?s satisfactory to the landlord required.
For particulars inquire at room No 4.flrstHoor,
I'. O. Derartm^n'. between 9 and 3 o'clock or on
it e premises, 34ft L, betwttn i5th and liith f-tre^t?,
aft r 4 p.m. jy 2J-M*
L^O't RENT-A larve DIMN'O ROOM AND
KITCHKN, wit h every con veaience for cook
ine Ac., for rent at 3 46 K Ktre^t betwfH-n 12th
?:<th Mreeta Tf> any one understanding h'?w to
?>eepaHrnt ela?fc table tlii? in a splendid oppurtu
nity, a? a lar?e number of tahlo baarder-t ran t>?
hud the 1 ouse beinir fall of lodgers. Apply on
th* premiw*, at once. it*
..ICSALB OF LOT NO. 13. IN THB TIL
LAI. K OF 8A0K*TT;8 H AKBOK^ N*W
? ,L A.. _ ...
TORK ? Notice ia hereby ?i.ven Hat LOT 13, i
tbe Village of Hackett'a Harbor, own?d ?nd for
ir*n> years < ccupit-d by the Unite! Stat-H, will b?
sold at ru'lieaoctioD on TUBriOAY. the ZSdday
of Au*uKt neat at 4 o'cl ok p. m , on the premi
se*. Terms cash In U. 8. cnrrency.
The Recretaty of the Navy will ?iv? to the ?ur
chaatr a ^eed cf releaue of the premise^. July ?,
IH64. _ Jy Ss 2aw4t
I lave InBt received ?er acbo< n?n *Oeor?? *?.
Afianib" aud "J . W. '' from Boaton alarx- nnaplr
of pure M&'f*i;liufttnOLAKlfllUCISKR which
I oPer Tor at the lowest market ?ci?e. in ??aa
trtieR ?r suit purrhaa?-ra
HoU.1 ke-aera, autlera. and all others ia maatofa
prime article o* Cider are iavit-d t* call aa4 ?i
amiue this beflore purchasing elfiewh?re
RILBV A RHIfX,
UnloD Bottling Depot. A-T Gr*. a at..
Q-orget?wn. V 0-_
A UDUBON *B BIBD8 OF NORTH AMKfclOA.
** la Bta: Toll., royal aetav* text, and ooa
mtnllMDt folio volume of ptataa, iate? V by U
ine?#ajlB fnaMadlag. for mja omt oaly .
roMPANlON TO THK &BHKLLION RHOO?L\
oonUiaing Oflolal leaoru. N?fr?tA *^?
?Hate Paaora. botb NaUannl and wyefc W#re
?ot pnblvhed la the e?^nilar !????? the L?b?!*
THR NEW INTERNAL RBTENUR law. ap
proved JuneJo. ISM.
rnfmi; w4th tr?nil?tioB? from the Q?niii. Bp
Lory Hooper . ...
Captain Brand. of ti# Centipede. ' Br Oapt.
Wiw. U.8 N. ,
The Atlantic Monthly fcr Anragt.
The Ladder ot Life Br Amelia 8. Biwards
Maurice Derin* By the author of "Gay Linn*
Elliott's Manual for Cavalry.
Railway Anecdote Book. , _
Reecher's Religions Traioug of Clnl'lreu.
CoHin.' Voyage down the Am.vor k TAYLOR.
8JCV h.N TE1 STREET. |iCQ
e)0?? between I and K streets. Ovl?r
SIGN OK THKlltQII AWNING.
Furnituie and Housekeeping Articles generally*
8id*boards, Bureau*, Bedsteads, Mattre???s,
Wardrobes. Cane ?aj Wood Chair*, Mirror*.
Tables. Wanhstands. Safes, Carpet*. Matting, Oil
Cmth, Tr?,1,. Covem
Also. li?ski-t?, Hrooms. Tul>?, Bucket* Wh'?p?,
father liusters. Knives and Fork*. Spoons, Plated
Ca-tors. Ac.. Ac.
Which we are tilling lowt r than snv hons? in the
Citr. | jy ?< |?| HENRY B >tlTT.
^UCNTHY STORK AN 1) TAVERN FOR RBM T.
The Store and Tavern Stand. well known a*
the Fountain inn. now <)oin* ?? g.>od basinet,
with about twelv*' acre* o( land attached to it. a
nice earden, with v.-get able* oi nil k n ls ; aUt,
about two acres of potato**, woll manured, an 1
about four acres of corn. There ha* h.-.'n a splen
did business done here for the last Ere years.bat
now wishing to retire from bumne??. I will s?il
my Lease and Crop on very rcamnil) e term*, ni l
my stock of Goods if the purc^a^er desire*, at
thirty per cent. lees than cast. The accommoda
tion* are good?eleven rooms being in th? tavern
- and it is well adapted for a country hotel ; all
neceseary out-house*. and stabling for twenty
horses. Apply within seven days at HALKIN"H
T A YBRN. situated in Montgomery county. M*ry
land, eight miles from Washington City, on t*ie
Washington ami Brookvillc Turnpike.
jy_? Jt* J AS N_ IM1.PIN
^Y J. C. McGUIRE A. CO., Auctioneers.
T HP RE SECOND HANI) PIANOS AND A 811
1'LKIOR SEWING MACHINE AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY MORNING, at II oV|0ik on the
first floor of our aiction rooms we shall Bell
Three eyellent second hand Piano*
One superior mahogany ? a>"d Wheeler A Wil
son's Sewing Machine, in peifect order.
jy 2S d J. C. McGUIRR A- CO.. Aucte.
^JALBOF CONDEMNED HORSES AND MULES.
Ckitf Quartermaster's Ofice, Washinttrm D'pot, I
Washikutoh. D. C., July 2* ISAM
Will be rold at public auction. at the Corral*
near the Observa'ory in the city of Washington.
D.O.on \V BDNESDA V. August 10th, I Hi 1. and
on WEDNESDAY. August 24. K.i.a lot of
HORSES AND MULES.
condemned as unfit for public service.
Terms c*-sh, in Government fund*.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock a. m
D H RUCK BR.
Brig. Gen. and Ch'ef Quar'ermaster.
jy 23-d Depot of Washington
RUCTION 8ALB OF CONDEMNED HORSES.
Wit Dft-artmkst. Civu.it Rcriau,
Oi FITK OK CHIBK tirAKTKRM AHTH!
Washington. D. C., July 27. 18fi?. .
Will be sold at public auction, to the liighaflt
bidder, at (}iesboro, D. C., on
FR11)A Y, August 5. I *<64.10' Cavalry Horses.
TUESDAY, August9. 1684,1"' Cavalry Hors??
These horses have been condemned as unlit for
th? cavalry service of the army.
For road ?nd farming purpose* many good bar
gains may be had.
Horses sold sit ply.
Term* cash, iu United Slat> < currency.
JAMES A EKIN.
Lieut. Col. and Chief Ouartermaeter,
Jy 2S lit Cavalry Bureau.
>Y J. C. McGUIRK Sc. Co. Auctioneers.
EXCELLENT FURNITURE AND Etft'ECTS AT
PrKI IC SALK
On S.ATPRDAY MORNING. J u!y 30. at lOoVlook.
in front if the Auction R"oms. we sriall seil the
Furniture and F.lfects of a family removing fr>ira
the city, comprising suite of ^oli'l Mahoga'iy Par
lor Furniture, finished in hair cloth, consisting
Two Tete-a-t ate Sofas, two Arm and -it Side Chairs
Several handsome Oil Paint:nrr? ^nd Eagravingi
Marble-ton Center and Sofa Tables
Sleepy II' llow Chair, Lounge and Rcc'ters
Rook Shelves. Fancy Tab e>
('sue and Wnod 8eatCb?irs
tiilt Frame Mirrors, Mantel Ornament*
Parpets. Oil Cloth, and Matting
Oak Cottn^e Suites, Wardrobe
PedsUadt.. nnreaus. W*sh-,'ands
Hair and Husk Mattresses
Dining Tuble Sideboard. Refrigerator
Crockery and Glass War*
Choking Sto?e and Kitchen Utensils Ac.
jy 2S-d J. C. McGUIRE A CO . Angtw
JAY COOKE A CO., BACKERS, .
FiUKK.srii Strkkt, ori'osiiTK U. S. TuKA?nar.
Receive Subscriptions for the
NEW tr. S. 7 3.10 LOAN
authorized by the act of June 30th,
The notes will be issued under dat<? of Aug-nst
15th, in denominations of
$50, 8100. 9500, SI,000 and 8S.000,
payable to b?arer or order, bearing ictarest at ^
7 3-10 per centum per annum, payable semi ai
nually, and will be convertible at the option of
the holder at maturity into six per cent. Pive
We buy and sell?
government BONDS of all i&ei**,
CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS.
And pay the highest price for
.iy 27-tf JAY C00KK A CO.
[YfADAME AIIOLIAB WOULD R^SPEOtVuL
1*1 ly announce to her friends an! the pii'dte
generally. th*t ?-he is now settled permanently in
house No 249 C street, between ?nd rtth ?t* ,
Island. where she is prepared to read, to all who
require it the Past. Present and Future. Bt-iag
an impressed medium, she is able to advise aud
counsel with safety upon all nutter*; especially
bMsiness matters; or in fact, anything of import
ance. ladies 7">cents; Geutlcm'-n ^l.ii. Can b>
consulted from 8 a m. until 9 p.m. jy*7lw*
'NE of PUFFER'S celebrated
SODA draught STANDS.
similar to Julihn'*. liOb Pennsylvania aveaae,
only somewhat smaller. "
Two gallon Copper Fountain-, e >.tra thicknees,
Two Ptiffer's P*tent Co?der?.
One Siiver-plated Draught Tube, (never in u*e,|
All the above being manufactured to order, are
warranted to v>e in first.ra e condition, neariv new.
being in use but a portion of present season: the i
only reason for selling being. iVr want of proper ^
Address "Soda Apparatus." at this offi;*.
J> g 3t*
A handsome 5 YEAR OLD BLACK HAWK
Maje. with saddle, bridle. A c., will tx> ?old at
the low pri"e of 5125. Aj plr immediatoly at H it
I street between 6th and 7th st?. north, ij J"> 3t*
POMMKRCI ALPACA DKMY
V/ Corner of 7th and E street*.
The conrse of studies ombraces Writir g. Arith
metic. Book-Keeping, aud whatever the pupil mar
require. Terms from #10 to .?3 > payable in a<l
v,nce. Hours of attendance from 9 a. m. to 2 p.
m.. and from f p.m.todp.m. jy ?5-Rt*
Lime and cemenim
Just received a cargo of snporioc.
Also, a eargo of superior
which we offer at the lowest market ratee
LIME. PLASTER, HAIR and CRMENT. con
Btantl) on haud. J. P BARVHOLOW,
Jy 19 eo2w corner 7tb street and Canal.
Gray's Patent Molded
Are universally pronounced t*?c aeateat axd bM?
fitting collars extaot.
The upper edga present* a perfect evrre, frn
from the angles noticed in all ><ther cvUaxs
The cravat causes bo packer* on tb? inside of tHe
turn-down collar; they are u HfMOOTH IN.UDB
A8 OUTSIDE, aid therefor* ferfteUr free tad ^
4a?y to the neek. ^0
The Gavotte Oolknr has uaneth and evenly ?<i- '
i shed edge on b?iM iwk*
These Collar* are not sxapty hat pieeenof paper
sut in the ft?no of a bat are MOi.DR.'^BBI
AND8HAPED TO flT JBtt NEGE.
Tbey nre made In ~Mbve*v," ?>* ?nrn dow?
style;) in every hnlfcxae fro? 111* Tt ieenea. and
Sn " Eureka." (?r ?^nttet?#r?.m l*?o n iDok?^
U4 packed in " -did lit**" in neat bine eart,.??.
f on fining Vi' enhA; also ta snsller one* of t?a
%aon?the Utt^w a eery ha?4y package lor traveler*
army and navj .ittioers.
(^?fv?KV p?i,LAKii?tampv *??
..gk(TW PATENl MOLD^.> OOLLAR."
j^old by %ll dealer* in men's tcrra-hlu* ro?4a.
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" " " Inflammatiou of Bladder,
M M "All Teioren! m?ee*e?.
ty 7- ic<*
tjT'OYY' AMD KINDLINft WOOD. Hlekory
^ and l'it.% sawed and apUt to u? length ?
?.?e nuw.eordlotgth. ^??,Lw?,nkftRfi,p
ORIcn.Pt. ?v. betW. M an l tS *ii i
MUI AO* Wfc^.rf. t.-. .t.. at CaaAl Endge