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WASHINGTON. D, C... FEIDAY EVENING. JULY 3. 1863.
sH B I I
pR0P0BAL3 FOR STATIONERY.
. SCALED PROPOSALS FOR STAT OhK'Y Will
be ftetlred it tats Department until the ffth day of
July, 184, t is o'clock M.
Samples or the articles In class 1 will be furnish
ed to parties desiring to bid, on application at the
The Department reserves' to Itself the rhrhl to
order tna writing papar plain or falnMlaed to any
Deliveries of all artlelea In tba eereral elaeeea
sausteamply with the written specifications , which
will be furnished to bidden, with the samples of
artlelea In claiai. ,
All deliveries will be subject to Impaction by an
expert detailed for that purpose by the Secretary
of the Treasury, and the delivery of any Inferior
artlala ahall be deemed su (Sclent cause to annul
Deliveries must ba free of charge, at the Treasu
ry Department, Washington.
Caen proposal must ba slf ned by the Individual
or Arm making It, and be accompanied by a satis
factory guarantee that ihe bidder will execute a
contract, with good and sufficient bonds, If his bid
The failure to comply with any one order under
a contract, to operate to tba forfeiture of the en
tire penalty of the bond or the Secretary of the
Treasury may direct the purchase In open market
of such quantities of any articles aa shall be necee
sary to supply the deficiency caused by such fall
ure. and charge to the contractor fifty per centum
of the price which It lhall be found necessary to
pay for such articles.
Proposals unaccompanied with satisfactory guar
antees will not be considered, and contracts wltl
be awarded only to established manufacturers of
or aeeiers in me anicies.
Class No. 1.
Whit Cap Paper
White Legal Cau Paper
Whlt quarto Post Paper
White Packet Note Paper
White Commercial Note Paper
Yellow Envelop Paper
Brown Wrapping Paper
Red Blotting Paper
Card Blotting Boards
White Envelopes, official site.
White knvrlopcs, letter size
White Envelopes, note size
Whlta Envelopes, official size, cloth lined
Brown Manilla Knvelopea
hl.e Uetuy Paper
Whit Medium Patter
Whltb luper Royal Paper
letter Press Copying Books
CLAM NO. 2
Best quality Copying Ink
Best quality Black Ink
Best quality Blue Ink
Best quality Writing Fluid
Beit aualltv Otrmloe Ink
taberU best Black Lead Pencils, Nos. 1, 9, 3,
Faber's best Red and Blue Pencils
, Beat four-bladed Knives, with peat 1 or stag han
dles Best Erasers, with Ivory handle
els tors for nice use
Shears for office use
Class No. I.
Gutta Percha Rulers
Nine and twelve Inch Ivory Folders
Letter Clips -
Beat quality Seallng-Wax, mad entirely from
Silk Taste, assorted colors
Best aolld-headed Pine
Swartwout'a Metallic Paper Fasteners
Pasteboard Iteference Files
De La Rue Visiting Cards
Ivory Pounce Boxes
Class Paper Welghta
Glass Sponge Cupa
- Mann's or Si ston's Patent Binders.
The Department reserves the right to accept bids
for individual Items In eiaaaee I and 3.
Bidders will be required to conform their bids to
.he written specifications furnished with the sam
ples, and failure to do so will cause the rejection of
Bids which contain Items at prices less than the
ftlr cost of tbe articles will be deemed fraudulent,
and will not be considered.
8. P. CHASF.
Jrft 3awim Secretary of the Treasury.
ROP08ALB FOR CASKS,
V. 8. Pateht Orrirs, 1
w Aim koto if, Juntii) iuu i
SEALFD PROPOSALS will b received at this
.Office until 13 o'clock M. on Saturday, the 1st day
of August next, for furnishing and constructing
the cses for models In the north saloon of the
Patent Office building, Including all materials and
workmanship, except the Iron pilasters of the
lower tier of cases, the stairway, and the ralllugs.
Trese will be furnished by the Government, built
will devolve upon tne contractor to put them up.
Three cases will be similar in form and con
struction to those of the saloon of the west wlDgi
but to lumber must be of tbe best quality, well
seasoned, .and free from knota and shakes i and
the work must be done In the best and most work
Th contractor will be required to furnish tbe
brass hinges and to fit them ln also, to furnish
locks like these of the present cases.
The whole work to be finished throughout with
four coats of paint, composed of the best pure
lead ground In oil Th glass must be equal, In
''every resptct, to that of the cases In the west
kIaod. Mid must be well bedded and bradded. and
left clean and vv nolo on the completion of the coo
tract. The plans may be seen at the office of the Archi
tect oi tne u, b. i"l'iiui Miicuiigu, tin mmmi t,ii
tol Square, every da) , Sundays excepted, from b a
any or all of tho bids, If he considers It tu the In
trreit of the Government to do so.
All bids must be addressed to " the Commlstloncr
of Patents," and Indorsed " Proposals for asvs
to r tne u. o ricn. uiuce.
Thesald bids will teoieoed at 13 o'clock m. on
the aforesaid 1st day of August, In the pretence of
sucnoiine bnnuisasmay tee proper to auena.
& till the 16th day of July, 1863, at 13 o'clock, m ,
lur furnlahlng the iutslitenoe Department with
30,000 barrels of FLOUR.
Bida will be received lorwhat Is known as No 1,
No. S, and No. s, and for any portion leas than the
20,000 barrels Separate bids will be received for
Fluur put In good second-hand bnrrels of the same
!;rade as above Bida for tho different grades, and
or second-hand barrels, should bo upon separate
sheet s of paper.
The delivery of the Flour to be commenced on
or about the A)th July, or as soon thereafter as ttte
Government may direit. at the rate of 800 barrels
dally, delivered cither at the Government ware-
noute in ueorgriuwn, ni ins wninri, or at tne
railroad depot, Washington, D C.
The barrels U be strong aud head lined.
Pa) uient will be made In certificates of indebted
oest, or such other funds as the Government ma
hva Tor distribution
The utual Government Inspection will be made
juti DCiur tne riuur i reenveu.
An oAlh of alleclance mutt accomnitnv Ach bid
tio bid will be entertained from parlies who h e
iirevloutly failed to comply with their bids, or from
piuucrt wo i jirorui u iniuniu
Bids to b directed to Lol. A. Bcckwitii, A.DC
andC. S. U. 8. A . WathlDf ton,anJindoited"Pro
pot alt for Flour." Jyl-d
T)R0P08AL8 KOK UAY, BTHA.W,
AH V U RAIHi
Assistant Qjti.m Aorta's orricE,
Lvrner O and Xid ttrttl,
Wothinglun. D. C, April If, iSS.
Wairrii PaopotALsare Invited lor furnishing
HAY, STRAW. UA1S, and CORN.for the ut ol
this Depot, to be delivered at th Railroad Dvpot,
or at any of the Government wharves In this city.
The propotals to be addressed to the undertlgiud,
and they should state th quantity of each article
ottered, also the price and the date ol deliver) .
Proposals will ba reoelved for five thousand
(6.000) bushels of Corn and Data, and fllty (60) ton
of Hay and Straw, and upwards, unlets It should
be. for the Interest of the Government to contract
for a lets amount.
All grain to ba put up In good sacks, of about
two () bushels each, which a-e to be furnished at
the eott of the contractor.
The Hay and Straw to be aecitrely baled
All Grain and Hay ottered to be subject to a rigid
Inspection by th Government Inspector.
Contracts will be awarded from time to time to
th lowest responsible bidders, as th Interests ol
th service may require.
Good security will be required for the faithful
fulfilment of any contract mado uuder this adrer
Use ni ant.
Pavment to be mad at the completion of the
contract. 8 L. BROWN,
lApt. aoo MlSMUt HUUtviwHifri v, m, a
tp IT J
AVY SUPPLIES. ..188.'M.
NAVT AlMmfiT. Inifin apI
Pnovistons ard Clothir. Juoe is, iss. i
SEPARATE PKOPUSALS. aaalad utd lBdnrid
"Proposals for Navy Supplies " will b received
at this Bureau until l o'clock p. m , on Wednesday,
th Isrday of July next, for furnlahlng and dellv
rtng, (oa rooelvtng tan daya' notleaU at the lTnlted
om Jim at vnrwiicwB, nassaenuteitsi
BrooklmNaw Yorki and HdladelnhlA. hnnl.
Rice, dried apples, sugar, tea, cofllw. beans, mo
laaae, and Ttneg ar.
The rlM ahall ba of th very best quality th
market wilt afford.
Th dried apples shall b or th best quality, and
shall ba prepared br twi-drvtea onlr. and of the
crop of tha autumn Immadlaulr preceding the
dates of th requisitions for theaamei and shall be
delivered in packages containing not mora than
iiuiii uuuureu ounu
Vfle Iron hoops on the barrels and half barrels
containing mofuses and vinegar to be well paint
ed with red lead.
The sugar shall be dry and fit for packing, and
equal In quality to the beat Havana sugar.
Th tea shall be of good qualty Oolong, equal to
the samples at said navr yards, and ba delivered
In half and quarter chests only.
Tha coffee shall be equal to the beat Cuba, accord
ing to sample.
Th bean ahall be of the very beat quality white
bean, and shall beof the crop Immediately prece
ding the datea of the requisition for th same, S4
pounds to ba taken aa one bushel, and no deliveries
to ba required until the 1st of October next.
The molasses shall be fully equal to the very
best quality of New Orleans molasses, and shall be
delivered la new, well seasoned red-oak barrels,
and half barrels, and with Whlte-plne heads not
less thtn IH inch thlcki the staves not lets than
H Inch thick t the barrela and half barrela to be
three-quarters hooped, and. In addition, to have
four Iron hoops, one on each bilge, l'f loch In
width, and MSth-loch thick, and one on each
chime 1 -lnch In width and MSth-lnch thick, and
shall be thoroughly coopered and placed In the
best shipping condition, one half tbe quantity to
The vinegar shall be of the first quality, equal to
ine inDunruoi tnw unueu amirs roArmaomnrin,
and shall contain no other thin acetic acid, and
shall be delivered in barrels and half-barrels simi
lar In all respects to thote required for molasses,
with the exception that teAUe oak staves and heads
shall be substituted for red-oak staves and whlte
plne heads, and shall be thoroughly coopered and
rilaced In the beat shipping order) one-half to be
n half barrels.
All the foregoing described articles, embracing
casks, barrels, thalf barrels, and boxes, shall be
sub ect to such Inspection as the chief of the Bureau
of Provisions and Clothing may direct, tbe In
soectinr officer to be annotated bvlhe Navr Do
partment. All Inspections to be at the place of
lhe prices of all the foregoing artlelea to be the
same throughout the jear, and bidders may oiler
for one or more articles; and his otter will ba ac
cepted tor that yard for which hie proposal may
be lowest, and where more than one article is
awarded to a bidder the articles will be embraced
tu one or more contracts, at th option of th
All the casks, barrela. and half barrela. boxes or
packages, shall be marked with their contents and
the contractor's name.
(The samples referred to In this advertisement
are those selected for theensuloctlteal vear.and
havt no reertna to i itch m kovt be tn prt vhuilw ec
hibited) mi Quantities nftmeii in tna loiiowins liar, at in
places therein Indicated, such quantities only be-
ok receiTru irom lime to iima mnv db rrnuireu
or ordered by the Chief of this Bureau, or by the
respective coninHuutiog omocra uitn aaia navy
yatds during the tUcai year ending June so, 1884,
Rice, lbs I At, coo
Dried auplea,lbs. C0.0UO
sugar, lb 300,000
Tea, lbs au.ooo
Reins, gallons.. 40,000
Molas tea, galls . S0,uu
Vlneerar. vallons JU.bOO
New York. Phlladem.
20 000 16,000
ao.ooo is ooo
Contractors not retidlnrat the n lace where de
Ih cries are reoulred must establish acencles at
such places, that no delay may arise In furnishing
what may be required) and when a contractor fails
promptly to comply with a requisition, th Chief
ef the Bureau of Prorltlons and C.othlng shall be
authorised to direct purchases to be made to sup
ply the deficiency, under the penal!) to be express
ed In the cjntract) the record of a requlatloo, or a
duplicate copy tliereof.at the Bureau of Provisions
and Clothing, or al either ol the navy yards afore
said, eniui do ewurnce innt sucu requisition ua
beeu made and received.
Seoarata oilers mutt be made for each article at
each of the aforesaid uai v vardtt ard in cate more
than one article la contained In the offer, the Chief
of the Bureau will have the right, to accept one or
more of the articles contained In such oiler, and
reject th remainder! and bidders whose proposals
are accepted (and none others) will be forthwith
notified and as early as iiractlcalde a contract will
be transmitted to them lor execution, which con
tract mutt bartturned to the bureau wlthlu live
da) s, excluth e of the time required for the regular
tranainlttlon of the mall.
"Two or more approved sureties, In a sum equal
ie tnr vaiimtcu ninouut ui 1110 respective con
tract!, will be rcaulred. and tweutv ner centum In
addition will be withheld from tho amount of all
ia mention account tnereel as collateral security,
in addition, to secure Its perforinttiice, and not in
any event to be paid until It Is In all respects com
Blank lorms of proposals ma) be obtained on ap-
? Mention to tkc navy agents at Portsmouth, New
lampshlret Boston New lork, Philadelphia, Bal
timore, and at this Bureau.
A record, or duplicate of the letter Informing a
bidder of the acceptance of his propotal, will b
deemed a notification thereof, within tbe meaning
of the act of l&lff, and his bid will be made and ac
cepted In conformity with this understanding.
hvtrr offer made must be accompanied (as di
rected in the act of Cong rets making appropria
tions for tho naval service for UHS-47, approved
loth ol Augutt, JtilO,) by a written guarantee,
signed b) one or more responsible (tersons. to the
ettect that he or they undertake that tbe bidder or
bidders will, If his or their bid be accepted, enter
Into an obligation within IHcda)t, with good mid
sufficient suteties, to furnlah the supplies pro
puted The bureau will not be obligated to con
sider any proposal unlets Aicuinpanled by the
guarantee required by lft w; tbe competenc) of the
guarante to be certified by the navy agent, dis
trict attorney, or collector of the customs. Lv erj
proposal mutt be accompanied by tat li foe tor)
evidence that the bidder has the license required
by the law of Congress.
ttte itttntton of WJJrri it enlUd to the lamjtlet and
d tcrtption of article rtauirrd, tt, inlht intvtclwnfor
reception, ajuittmt rigid compartibii will l made be
Iween Hi atliitei ojetedand iht tamt-U andjontratt,
receiving none that jail Uhu) them; ond their atenlion
1$ alto particularly directed to the joint retotutlon of
flth March, ltUl,andlo lhe act oflhllUthAugutt, I81U.
PROPOSALS FOR WOOD AND COAL
Wahunoton, June 24, itwi t
SEALED PRUPOiALS will be reoelved by the
underlined until 12 o'clock M.on Wednesday,the
6th day of July, for furnishlog for the use of this
460 tons (3,210 lbs. tu the ton ) of the host White
Ash toal, furnace site
61 tons Red Ash, same aire, and
360 cords best seasoned 0k Wood.
Parties will be at liberty to bid for the Wood and
Coal torethir. or fur cither one separately, aud
their bids will be considered according!).
Satltfactory arrangements mutt be made to ie
cure to the Government full weight and measure.
The ood is to be curded and measured upon the
premises, aud one-half Is to be sawed Into three
pieces and the olher half Into two, and all to be
ullled awav lu the cellar.
lhe Coal to be stowed away In the vaults, which
are very accculMo.
No bids will be entertained unlets satisfactory
evidence can be furnlshcdof the rellabillt) audloy
alt) of the parties.
Samples of Coal, such as is desired, can be seen
by tailing ujon te superintendent.
Pa)menfs will be mad promptly. after the de
livery f the futl
Proposals should be addrcsied to the underlin
ed, aud iudumdM Proposals for Wood and toal."
JAS 8 HALLOWkLL,
Disbursing Clerk Tost office Department.
AYOU'S OFFICE, JUNE 21. Itiu.l.
VnOt'OSALS will be received at thli oIIIlS until
llo'clocit M on Munday, the 6th of July next, for
grading aud gravelling l street north, trom tint
to Ihlrdilrtet weat, Ihegravel to w a quail t)
to bo approved b the CuiniuUsloner and Astktant
Commuikjneri, nnd to be twelve inches in the ten
tre, tajeilng oirto four luches toward tbe gulUri
to be well raked of ttonea of an Improper ilie, and
to be well tolled with a heav roller.
Bidders will state the price per cubic yard for
grading and square ) ard for grav elllng.
No ,.rt m thrf nuiirutrrUtlon wlabe ituld the
contractor except ujuin the written certin cate of
tne com uiita 1 on r ui 111c ru uu wuui iu vma
tant loramltiloiieri that the worn has been pro
1 ' WM. DOUGLAS,
CotuuiUiloner of frourth Ward.
II C. BALDWIN,
Jyl dtd Assistant Com ailtt loners.
PROPOSALS FOR HATS. CAPS.
SHOES, DRY GOODS, fcc.
Hcadq'm Dcpartmcnt or Waihixotok,
Written proposals are Int Ited for furnishing ror
this Department, to be delivered In this city, tbe
following articles, suitable for clothing contraband
meo, women, and children t
Russet Brogans, and other serviceable Shoes, for
men, women, and children's wear.
Chip, felt, and woolen Hats, and cloth Caps.
Ready-maJe hickory and cheek Shirts, and Den
Kcrrys, linse)i, ginghams, blankets, and other
Woolen a'd Conou Goods.
lUinplea should be sent with each bid, at the ex
pense of the party forwarding the same.
No lids will he entertained unless satisfactory
evidence can be furnished of the reliability and
loyalty of the bidder.
Propeitls will be opened from time to tlue, and
contracts awarded a the Interests of the serrlic
Good security will be required for the faithful
fulfillment of any contract niade under this adver
tisement. Proposals should be aiMreiscd to the undc
slgaed, and Indorsed " Proposals for furnishing
Dry Goods, As."
ELIA8 M. GREENF,
Lieu ten in t Colonel, thief (iuartermaerer,
Department of Wathlogton.
(New York Herald, Times, and Tribune, and
Philadelphia Press will copy.) Jy'J lm
UPREME COURT OF THE DIS-
TRICT OF COLUMBIA, FITTING AS THF
UNITED STAT9 DiW CllKT LUU11T Ult
United States w Part of Lot No. 7, Square VA, la
Whereas that part of lot numbered seven (1), In
square numbered four hundred and ttff-elx t8),
" w . - obi"imh mi iMuni nenw
north nlnetv-nlne feet, eight and onr-htlf I8'il "
Inches to the rear line of aald lott theme nnt
and one hlf(8K) inches to the idftie of WidaniEic.
as the same is known, marked nod delg airiiou
the ground plats and plans of the city aiid county
01 iiuin(iun mhu utainct 01 voiuniuii, racorut'i
k; TEm,;.. biiwiinTirtS. "iV.Vic".
appurtenances, and other bcreditAiuinta to tbe
niur uviuuiiuki ur 111 niiv wise. npperiMnmx,
aod all the right, title, and interest of Jamea
JvYL-i?f..lh fr..1 ,t".eKr,,,'tlV,yli,5 Vl,"h
bv v Irtue of an act of Concreaai annrovrd ud tiiu
imeu ah am 10 supprets inturrecuon 10 puu- lurcu aua iosi 1110 uusuauu, iaiucr, sou, ami
till TreotoQ and Rebellion, to selie aud lonflaoate i-oii,.. -1.1- on rrnunt nf this nrn tlnvcrv re
the Prunertv of Hebe 1. nnd for other lmrtwiiM." oromcr SIAin on SCCOUUt Of (Ilia pro Slavery TC-
and whereat, the United states Attornej for the
Jul., a. D. IMJ. UI. . 'uiiel ot Ioform.tloi in
Ihl. COUrt. Ur.Vlnf th. COadtmnAtlOQ Of ..111 .
property rd re.l c.Ut, uodr th. .ct .foreanlil. '
MnrtlMt proc... of monltloa l.iue .ilnt the
owner u owner. 01 .Mitpropfrtj.na re.l nt.to,
ind all Ikranna lntaratil n, elai minor an Inl.pi.t
therein, warning them at some early day to a
the ) ear of our Lord eighteen hundred ilxty three,
Obdcrcu that notice be given to tho uwuer ami
owners of tald prVrty and real estate, aod all
uersons Interested or clalmlnr. an lnteroat therein,
to appearand answer this Information on thetlrtt
1 TiLVm? iV ' yk 1 .v '.. t
J. Waring 'should not be condemned and sold ac-
cording to jawj and that notice he giv en hy potting
Court House of tbe District or Columbia, and by
publication In the National Repuclilah, twice a
week prevloua to said first Monday of August, the
tint publication to beon or before the llret Monday
Byordof the Court.
Testt R 3. MEIGS, Clerk.
Je!UwtAug3 J MlLla,, C1"k
QtfPBBMlf COUWT OF" THE DIS-
J TKlCT bv COLUMBIA, SITTING AS THK
AID msTRlCT" m"BICTC0UBr 0H
Unltel States vs the west half of Lot No. C,
Square No. 4VJ, In Washington city.
Whereas, tho wett half iot numbered six () lu
square numbered four hundred and tlfty-tlve (tU)
as the same It known, maike.1 and designated o.i
the grouud plats ami plans of the city and tounty
of Washington and District of Columbia, recorded
In the Land Records uf said Disirlct, together with
appurtenances, and other htridt laments to tho
same belonging, or in any wite tppcrtatning, and
United Ststes fur tbe District of Columbta.by vlr-
u?"!n. ".0.' &!"! ri,i'ro.e.4 .? .he iC;
ircuiu unjr ui Juij, 111 ins jvar ui uur jjutu uiiu
thouiand eight hundred and sixty-two, entitled
14 An act to suppress insurrection, to punish trew
son aud rebellion, to seize and confiscate the proi-
crty of rebels, and for other purposet," and where-
ai, the United Stales Attorney lor the District of
Columbia did, on the alxteenth dav of June, A. u
ion, me n uuci ui luiormniiuu in mis cuun, i"n
log the condemnation of said 'properl and real
estate, under the act aforesaid. hqJ Hint nimcti
of monition Issue against tbe owner and owners of Ucu. Lee'a Address to Ilia Troop.
said property nod realestatc,audaIlprsonalutt.i- ,.,,, . ,,-,. .. vA. .. ...
ested or claiming an Interest therein, warning HaUiiQUAHTEM A km r or Nohtoekn : IK
theu at some early da to appuay and answer said nisu, CiiAUiWKanviia, Pa., Juno 2, 11J.
luformatioui Gt rural OnUr Xot V.l t ThoConimandlng (lm
It is, therefore, on this sixteenth day of Juni', in cru has observed, with satisfaction, the con.
OnVcwS'thaf iSltl healioe'owVe'raMl duclof thutroopson themarch, audtonllduitly
ow"CoV.Md"oprVy andeVi etTat'amUl! anticipates results commensurate with tl.ohl.tu
persons Inferesttd or clalmliig an tnteiett Uteie- H Irlt they havu manifested. No troop could
in, lu appear and answer this Information on the lmvu displayed greater fortitude orhctUrpcr
first Monday of August next, and show cause, if ruriiad tho arduous marchea of the rat tin
nny they have, why said propvrl) and real estate, .i.. Tlntr rnniliitL In mtn-r r,.-t.(,it lun.
and the right, title, aud intereit therein of the u"?.B,f . Lr ,?nUllSl lu,V rcnpetL iuj,
said Henry U. T ler should not bo condemned aud uu ftfW exceptions, been In keeping with their
sold according to law) and that notice be given by character as soldiers, and lutltlva them to ap
posing a copy of this order upon tho front door or probation aud pralsu.
be Court House of the District of Columbia, wd Thero have, however, beeu tnstam ca of fur-
twice a week previous to said nrit Mun.Uy uf
August, the first publication to le on or before the
nrn rionua) 01 juiy next.
Uy order of the Lourt.
11 J. MKIG, Clerk.
It J. MK1GS, Clerk.
M1IS IS TO (JIVE N011CE, THAT
Columbia, letters of Admliil.'tratlonon the per- 1110 uuruarous outrages upon uw in
sonalestateorM iry Frames Steari.i,UlroJUNi.)- uoeent aud defcuCfcltsa aud tlmwutiioil deHUC
inctoi cltv. D U. deceased All itu uui halnff tlon of Drlvale lrotH.rlv that havu 111.11 kud thu
claims againsttheslddccesed.are hereby wnrnvd
to exhibit tbe same, with vouchers thereof, tu the
ben.ni u( tb .Ma e.Ute.
titv.a under luyhiuul (lit. Mtlnl.j of Jnn.,isc3
WILLIAM A. Mr.All.Nl,
rpiIIS 18 TO OIVU NOTICE, THAT
I lli..ubLriliri hftttiobtnincit from the Oriihiii.'
Court of Wftfehlnston county, in the ui.tnct of
hiblt the same, with the vouchers thereof, to the
subtcriber,onor beioie the tfuihUa) ufJ'tno urxit
benett7oJthe'VaTd"uteUW rUu,Uu hom a"
Ulven under my hind this 20th day of June, 1W.
lUtrbK a siHAUUN.
riMIIS IS TO (UVE NOriCK, THAT
X the subscriber h.s c.btili.eil from the Or-
pnn's Court of Wellington couutj, lu the Dlt-
trict of Columbia, Ittttis of Adiniuitrr.iliin in
the personal ettate of Yl AUD. i. IHU das, late
of Washington Cit), D C,deiaitd All mons
hav log claims against the BalddecLsedarti htreb
wnruwi i exniui ; wie same, vvn 1 ino touemia ,npo lhal ho wou d lie permitted to live puiCC
ihireuf. tu the aubswiber, uu or lefoie the wii fiv n. ,,Am. iiwlft lM, iru. i...t. ... . ,1. ... ..
iiiKcui, iu inn auupcriocr, on ur eeiu.p me wi
day of Juneuextt the) ma) etiunvHe-bj laf 1
under mi hand this Juih dt of Jimi. 1H.3.
fpillS IS '10 01 Ji NOllU THAT
X the subtcrlher hat ohlnliud from the Or
punh Court of athliit,tun count) . In the Uittrlct
ol Columbia, letters of adinlnlttratlou uu tho ptr
suiitl estate of Jert mlah Alurtozh. lale of Wash
ington County D C, deceased All persons Uw
iiigiuii vuuiiij,, n 1 , tivccntcti aii uvriona n iv-
lug claims agKlust the said deceased, are heitbv
warned to exhibit the tame, with thiouchcis
inervoi, iu tne tuutcuuer, on or prion me vidua)
of June nextj they may othtnvUe by law lie ex
cluded from all bfueflt of the atldeilale. llven
under my hand this 33d day of June, ixu
je34 lawlw Alminitlratri(
MADAME B. FAVAUUlIll,
10 Pennsylvania Avenue, Vvaahlugiou, I). C,
Front roou two flights op tab It
TUB HAIM TUB BABEL OF THE
We heard a dozen men complain,
When, Wednesday, It began to rain
Just a before, when It was dry.
They mourned a drought with many a sigh,
And seemed most strangely to forget
The Lord mad water rather wet I
If all men's prayers were heard together,
The world would hav e the queer weather.
My mill stands still I oh, Lord, give rain 1"
" My grain la down oh, Lord, refrain t"
" My corn Is parched t" "Ah, Susan's bonnet
Don't let a drop of water on It I"
" Oh, not to-day, our washing 's out I"
" Roll up, ye clouds I go for trout I"
41 The hen 's come off the brood Is drowned T"
41 Ah, let It pour my that's aground I"
Ro, 'mid the murmurs of the wctld,
lhe clouds like banners are unfurled)
Tho rains dctcend, tbe bow Is bent,
The sky smiles clear, Ccd's aiure lent i
Sweet springs and robins tlast trfrlher,
And rain or sblnc, Mia pleasant weather)
The tower' hopeful seed It flung,
And harv est aongs are alwaj s lunf .
THE PATRIOTISM OF MAINE.
ScvaiK, Mk., Juno CO, 18G3.
Dear Republican i During ihopait week I
have been rusticating mold the northern hills
of tho "Pine Trco State," and having had un
usual opportunities to learn tho ecutlmcut nf
the pcoplo of this State, I thought a line or two
from this point In my ramble might tint be
Whatever politicians may sa, I am snlla-
ficil that tho people of Maine arc right on tho
Mmportint qncsUotw vvhlch now agitato the
nation, ihcy nro for tbo Government and the
.. , ,, , ,,
Union at all hazards The majority hcartll)
Ind"'""1 "",war ,nc"arc" cfiiiiAtata"-
tratlon. and will stand hv tho President In his
ftrnrtt tn rruth Iht Inrmnnnt r. In lllnn uluit.
CUuru l0 cru"n lnl ofioua ribUllen, w liat-
wmi uic tuoi, utnj uu iu uiuou ami iruaturc.
mj !?' ' ''
There Is not a town In the State that has not
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UId lu victims on the alur of country,
Many household circles aro broken. The
mourning habiliments, tho iiulvcrlnir 11 1. and
lh0 " tc" wi th. bhur uio or t..o
hellion. And yet the cry Is. "Never jltldi
BCTCr Blv0 UP unlU ,b0 n"ou ' '"Cl1 '
I hvn lllltrAnvn..nil with a nntl-tnttftmnttmr
. , . . . .," ' . . .
wl"e whole-onlcd dCTOtlorj to country woolil
do lionor to old Romani. 8I10 My. llio ha.
sent four sons to tho war, one of whom has
'Wed nobly defending his flag. S1.0 la two
younger eons at homo to sustain hir in her do'
iinini. vnB , hut rath tit.n ,... n,nr,..,.fn
cllnlng ycarsj but rather than have tho Grn.
ment dcatrovod. alio sots thev shall d-i. too.
h tim- i . i, . i. ... . . i ,
Unless I can have a.Oocrnment to leave to
my children, 1 ao notwua to nave any cult-
drcu." And this U tho spirit which animates
thousands of patriotic hearts In the loyal North,
ho can doubt thu result w hen we hav c such '
..nmpn in nur mi,i.t 1
omen in our milUl '
1 This town has sunt to tho army of the Union
flbonl on0-Ht ot cr population. From tline
famlUoa In this town thtrtttn soldiers have hem
furnished for our country's defence. I doubt
'4ltw',eai0thertown In tha Union can boat
of three fathers who haru done ao wt.ll.
I am sorry to ho obliged to say that Maine Is
cursed with 4 Copperheads." These sty
u-n-if,,. i ,i. r-r-,.!! -,, nntiln.r fi.i-tl. all
snakes lu the grass aro pntllng forth all
their elforta to poison tho minds nf tbo people.
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They are unuaually active, as they know thty
aro In 11 mlnorltv. Already tho hlrillnga of
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this trattorouspartyareln tho Qeld" preparing'
tho people for tho ensuing elections. They
... , .
promise "pcaco and every other blessing" If nc
hands of tho Democratic ?ort),jct they aro
cry careful not to rovoal their Plana for restor-
lug peace and prosperity. Tho party that has
,.it,.j - irt in . ... 1.1. , .. ,, i
Ponged us Into civil w ar now .mist upon their
measures for a dclivcrani c. I am sattufiinl that
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the pcoplo foci that they have had enough of
! on iue n or aoine, that tuey iiavi
In keeping tho jet unsullied reputation of th
army, and that lhe duties exuded of us by
civilisation and Christianity are not less obli
gatory In the country of the enemy than In
'lhe Commanding General consider that no
I'riiiiti'i dinoriieii cmilrl lifiill tint nrmi nml
!h- !' ur w'i,)lu i ,lian h A,CTir-
tourio of thu enemy lu ourotvu eouulrj. ttuilt
pruteudlmrs nut oulv dlairiueu tlui in.ri.cli utnra
.Iv u of tho disc ipllnu iiucl tilldciH'y of tin. unoy
unit (k.truitlvu of thu nU. uf our I'ri.um
lt ,,, bo rLmcm,cre,l ,at r nukr nr
only uwn oruiiil mcu.nui that wucatiiwt take
viuuuuco for thu urou. our puoplu luio .uf
fired without loutrlnp; ourflLlMA lu tht t'jL. of
'' t whom ltngoanctj lulunjirli, without
vvIiohu favor and support, our eiliria mu-t till
Ho Commanding fleiural, Uu afore, ear-
nestly ixhorli tho troops lotthsuln villi most
serupuluus euro from uunecessjn or wantun
lujurv to private propatvj audliotnjolna uhjii
f' turlfrel and bring to Mimmurv pun.
;-"" "i-i "y w-y w"i "-
the order Oil this subject.
I It, K. Ler, (U in rat,
I Let no man from the Notlhvvcat (herUll the
f,,nnr t.i-mii I.01I1A siniiti. inn 1.. i. ... ,i
f'IJ nL me, by the South, ir its liulquiid
wer0 acknowledged, Nevir. An nuin
aUudliiormvof "cavaliers " would alunvs
t tm uijlutnlncdto make raids and iuvmloiialnto
the North. Unless tho Northern people would
leturu every lugltlvu slave to his owmr, and
they would lm ruunlug unay contlnnullj,
bands of horhimen vsoulddash tmr tht Hue
uiidcain oil plunder to ttti-fold tbo ulue nl
tlionlavuii lo(t, 'lhuNorthueitwouldUvuwlth
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a naked award suspeudud over Uh head fur-
ever, .VtWdUe Uniun.
JcnnlcJuue sasi "Mcu never s enllrilj
worship women as when they aro surroundid
by tho wondrous folds of a delicate suml-truui-parent
muslin dress. They may respect thim
In calico, they may admire them Ju vilxl, but
they love ttiem In mnslln." YI11 delightful
slinpllclt) tho Boston I'ot asks, "Is It tho
Tho Information received at hcadtuartrrs
this mojnlng Is cheering, and no doubt la en
teralncd thnt the rebel Invasion will result In
the total defeat of Lee's army In Its laot dw
It would not be proper to lay before onr
readers tho plana of onr Generals, aud the
fact" Mhlch render It morally certain that
the concentrateJ forces of tho enemy will
be overthrown; Mil If tho public knew all,
they would participate lu the feeling of confi
dence that animates the Government to-day.
The right wing of Oen, Meade's army, after
having performed marches that ore almost with
out parallel, withstood on Wednesday thcahoek
of Leo's best and freshest troops, superior In
numbers to oun and entirely defeated their
attempt to turn our right) and to-day we occupy
tho position from which they tried to drive us.
A decisive battlo may ho going on at this
moment, although It la tho opinion of mauy
In military circles that Leo will not dare to
rick nil ii von a battl Immediately.
Heavy skirmishing waa going on jesterday,
m hlch led to ttio report that a general light was
going 011, and to which wcgavecrodcnce. We
expect additional news from tho scat of war
heforo our ucxt edition Is prlutcd.
THE BEBEL INVASION
BATTLE OP GETTYSBURG.
MaJ. (Jen. Itejuolds.and Drlg, Cfu
We copy the following frem the Baltimore
American of this morning t
Major llumgartcn and another officer of the
htntTof MaJ, Ocn, Rcyuolds, arrived here yes
terday from Octtysburg, bringing with them
tho body of den. Reynolds who fell mortally
wounded In the hattlo on Wednesday, west ot
netlsburg, and died soon after being carried
irom tne ueiu.
From Major Bumcartcn we learn some In
teresting particulars of the battle, and are hajt-
py to no u mo 10 isny uiai u rinseu lor tnn u;.
with the army of (leu. Meade hi a most advan
taccous DOsltlon. either for attack or defence.
Nearly all the remaining divisions of our army
readied the fleldshortly after the firing ccacd
for tho dav. " v
It appears that at V o'clock on Wcdnesdav
morning tbe 1st and 11th corpa ofthe Army of
tne roiomac reacueu tiettysnurg, entering irom
tin cist side of the town, and mnrchlng directly
through to the we6t side, the cavalry frcuof
mc cni'my 111 uie town railing nntk an we ad
vanced. On pjsslugoutof the west end ofthe
town, the enemy wns observed advancing rap
idly irom tho Chamlierthurg turnpike In line
01 name mwnras uiu town, evinenuy endeavor
ing to hold nn udvantageoiH position com
mandlnir the town.
Thu 1st mrpi", under din. Reynolds was in
thu ndvanee, aud pushed forward at double
quick to secnrelhewlvautageou position. Thu
enemy unrttY I.onL'Ptrect and J fill advanced
tttcadlly, and In u lew minutes n heavy tire nf
nuin ariniery nun muketry waa opmui niong
the whole FedirnI aud rebel lines. 1 lie 11th
army corns, under den. Howard, was also soon
In piisltlou, aud for a time tiUu 11 heavy buttle
lagid. bcural chargea were mado by the env
oi) to diiiloilgo our lorn, nil of vvhkh were
At it o'clock lhe enemy masked his entire
fonts, and endeavored to turu our right wlu.
(intral Jtejnold adv.ined to meet ttiem and
a hi iv v Inlantrv Huht tuMied. in which both
pirtles BUlftred severely, volhy after volley of
musketry oeiug poured imo tuo opjiosing coi
minis with dcidty itfect. In this charge Mujor
tiener u iu')U(uu leu mortally wounded, una
diid soon after hi lug comevi'd to Ilittvsbuig.
lie wa, as uua't leading h s corps aud lu the
thickest ol tiiotiuiit. (ituirui raui, command
lug thu M brigade nf tho First Army Corps,
vvum also kU'ed on the Held, aud Colomla Win
tar aud Stone ft 11 st-vcrely wounded, and weru
taken pi Isnners hv Uiu enutny. lue iiuiu lm
Itweeiithu conteimluit armies was strewn with
the dead mid wounded, and It is said (hit thu
inemv uttered fnlly us heavily as wo did,
though It Is not known what wua Ihelr loss In
I 'llntelfort to Hank Our rlirht wlmr cnllrelv
I fitlud, mid we held th prominent and coin-
iiiniidiui; piisitmti lurwmcu inu struggle wns
iii.ide at tlm 1 loci ot thu light, which ctunud fur
thu d 13 about 4 o'tlctk In thu afternoon. At
this time two more corps of (let) oral Meade's
unii) run lied tint liild, uud during tliu night
tlm tu tin body of our army wns lu portion to
uu U any demonstrations that thu ineiny might
make lu tiie morning, or 10 auvaueu on him,
as thu commanding central mlirht dechle.
The First armycorpn nobly malutalued Its
ponlilon agalntttheellorttoiliuk its rlglit, aud
srarceiy luiitreu mr a mniuenc wneu its gal
lant commandir Ml under the murderous Urn
ofthe enemy. A great uud decisive battle was
cnutldcnd Imminent, and tiotwltlistaudlngour
itevvre loss Iu ollleers. the advantages ol tliu
day were regarded a decidedly with mir lorceii.
Iho army was In flue condition, full of en tliu-
slusiu for thu ruining buttle, and toulldent of
sum, turn rui .vtcaue had uuo, 11 was
thought, (otuenlrnted his forces to 11 greatir
exti ut than thu cm in), a Urge portion o whoou
arm) wa miii scatunu up tnrouu tlm Liuu
Col. WUlar commundLd lhe Pitiiis)1vanU
Burktalls and Col. Htouo aluo rominuinled a
rcniifi)lviinU regiment, and both were lu tin
Hcioml brlgado ol tin- tlr-t urmv euro-, f'ol
elom, it lhe time of ru elvlug his wouud, wan
utliug ns Urlgudler Uuural ol thu sicouil brig
ade, (leu. Newton took lominauilof the lirntarmj
cori on tho fatt of Ikn. Reviuddi.
(,eii. I'juI commimUd the third brigade nf
tlio lirrti ami) torps, aiid wjs u moht ulultut
Auollier Act omit.
Homo ccutlcimn coiuiutid wllh Die Mehi
whourrived here Uatevtnlug from (,ett)lmrg,
navuig icii oeioru uajngin in tne morniug
represent ihocondillou ot utrdra at lliuiloxu m
thu light on Wudneadn) eviuiug to have Imi
still moiufavorubloaud pruuiUliuot usutiess
ful Issue thau thu previous liiforiiiut'oii we hid
recelvetl, lliey statu that thu rebtls had held
(letl)sbuig lor home thnu prevloua to the ap
projc h of our arm) , and had not oul) ih i uplud
but had commenced fortifying the hills west of
tne town, where tney propoeed to cnecic onr
savancc toward cnamoersnurgana me raontn
ofthe Cumberland Valley.
The movement of flcn. Reynolds, and the ra
pidity with which he advanced after entering
the east end of the town, took them somewhat
by surprise, and he soon obtalnod tho proml
ncnt position which the rebels were fortifying.
Tho fighting through the balance of the day
was In a futile attempt on their part to retrain
this Important position, from which they were
Karl v In the afternoon both Lonestreet
and IIUl combined their forces for a grand cirbrt
to tnrn our right flank, when flen. Howard's
Eleventh Corps, which broke and ran at Chan
cellorsvlllo, dashed In to regain their lost lau
rels, and roost nobly did they repulse these two
veteran corps of the rebel army. Tbe repulse
was so complete that no further attempt was
made by thu enemy during the balance of the
day, and night closed In with our holding the
position chosen by the enemy to give us battle
Tbo Third and Twelfth army corps also came
on the field after thn list repulse of tho enemy,
but owing to the fall of den. Reynolds, and the
lateness of the hour, as well as tho exhaustion
of tho men, and the desire to take car of the
wounded, It was determined not to pui.li the
enemy foj; a renewal ofthe conflict.
v nen our imormam ion tne ueia yesterua)
morning Gen. Meade had arrived, and the main
body f our army was In position, ready to rush
thu enemy so soon as da) should dawn.
ucuytuurg is jusi twcniy-nve miies easi 01
vuaiiuriiiruii uiu u uur iuiiiuj vuuutl J lUOBt
of the way, which will doubtless be the scene
of tho great battles of the rebel Invasion.
From one of the officers who came down In
charge oflhn prisoners who arrived last night,
and who left Gettysburg on Wednesday after
noon, we have ncconnts not ao favorable as
those given by other parties. Ho describes the
ugiit on inni nay as ramcr uniavoranio to our
anus, and itatcs that the enemy held the Held
at the close of thu day, our force having fallen
oacK alter 1110 mil 01 ucn. itcynoidit nun ine
attack of the enemy was so sudden and unex
pected that both tbe corps of Hill and Long
street were for a time enguged with (Jen. Rey
nolds' corps cod that thu Llevcnlh corps took
but little part In tbo battle. Wn will doubtless
have reliable Intelligence to-day.
Arrival ofthe Dodrof Uen.IteynoljB.
The body ofMnJor General John F. Reynolds
killed In the battle near (Juttysburg, arrived
here yesterday, and, after being embalmed
by Mr. Weaver, was taken to the residence of
bis brother-in-law, Mr. (lilderaleeve.
TIIE FIGHTING YESTERDAY.
Large Number of Prisoners Captured
Our Arms Still Successful
We learn, from parties who left (lett)sburg
at noon yctvrday, that everything was pro
urcfslug fuvr rably for the ultimate snecess ot
our arms. Up to that time they assert that
over six thousand prisoners had been captured
and sent to Union Bridge for transportation to
Baltimore. At U o'clock last night a train w Uh
eight hundred prisoners, the first instalment of
those captured, arrived ut the Baltimore depot,
and shortly after Gedcral Schcnck announced,
from his headquarters at the Eutaw House,
that thoso then In Iki'llmoiu and at the Rcla)
House, which would soon bo fa his possession,
atnouuted to twenty-time hundred.
We learn that nuarl) one thousand of these
ftrlsoncrs were captured on Wednesday cubi
ng by the Eleventh corps In their gallant
charge on Longstrcet's corps. They are sjld
to have at Drat slightly faltered, but their olll
eers cried to them to remember Chancellors
vllle, when they rushed luto thn light with a
fury that was Irresistible, and the w hole line of
the enemy gave way before them.
During thu early part of the day yesterday
up to noon, at which hour our luform-iut left,
there had beeu no general luttle, though heavy
sklrmltblug had been going on all the morn
ing, resulting In heavy loss to thu enemy aud
thu capture of nearly live thousand prisoners.
Iu all these skirmishes which vv ere conducted
under the direction of Gen. Meade, our onus
weru entirely successful, but tho memy studi
ously avoided a general engagement, und It
w as thought theru w ould be uouu before to day,
when It was said to be the lutentlon of Gen.
Meadu to press the cm my along tbe wholulltie.
Thu 1 r u delicti aud skill dlspla)ed by Gen.
Meadu In thu management of his army, und the
it rat eg) evluud by him In coping with l.ei,
had already won tliu confidence of his troops,
and his presence along the lines drew forth the
strongest demonstrations of attachment. The
arm) evince 1 a determination to win at all
hazards, and had been strongly Impressed t.j
tlidr ollleers with the dreadlut (Oitseuuc4
that would euue to them and the country If a
disaster should oicurto our arms lu thu coin
lhe eneui) was rapidly comtnlrutlni; hi
troops jeiiUrday, from thu Cumberland Vallev
towards Cluuihirsburg, an 1 Gin. MuiduV
whole arm) had rescind the Hi Id of battle. II
Gin, Com h presses nu him down the vallt)
wllh his troops from Hurrlshurg, which U c in
tldcntl) expected, wn miy took for a glorious
Artlial i t ltelicl Irlouera
Shortly future. IU o'clock last night, 3S rebel
1 risotiers, Imludingbi) or TO oUUcrs, reached
lljltluioievlt the Western Man I ind railroad,
uu lir cuort of it military guard, coiup istd 01
a detachment of thu Nth rcgularlufeuiry, uuder
Lieut, tivduev W. Cooper. 'Iluv were a t.or-
tlou ot lhe rebel captured In tho engagement
on Weduesda), near (Htt)suurg, renns)lvuiiiHt
und lormed what Is kuowti ut (leu. Archer'
biliradu. In annearauce llnv weru similar to
other prisoners that have paed through this
(It), being dressed romjhl), aud some of them
iieiLgwiiiiouisiioes. iney wiruinurciied from
lioltun Depot alouir Howard aud Baltimore
streets out to Fort Murshal, wheie thy wilt be
quartered suit 1 arriucmcutarii made for the r
transportation South to be exchanged. Gut.
Areiier iiimsuii wus umong tue prisoners, it
Is slated that hu is ji uatlv 11 ot this Mat 1. but
has resided lu the Ninth lor a number of )eurs.
Altirtlulr capture liny were man lied from
(lett)sburg to Vesiiiiliiiir. and hroui;httotlii
ill) lu tlm rulhvn) tars, lhe Saw York o'uu
regiment, Col, Bugli), uUtul lu cseoiiiug
llntu tlirmigh this ell). Hit re will be aunt lur
part) ui about 1,'JUtl prisoners re idling the id)
this moruing, making over 2,000 ol tluvc ap
fund by nur tot tin uear Gettjsburg.
Casualties in the 11th
'Iho iOirisHideiii ol (lie Philadelphia .
utf glu the lullottlug partial list of casu.
altlts In tin battle of GettVhhtirgt
Gtn. Hirlow, (oiniuaudlng First DMsluu,
Coloml llariung, 71th l'chu)lauU, Iih.1I)
vvuiiiubd lu tin U It leg.
Unit. Culnnil Metzel, "4th I'uinsvhanla,
woiuidtd nut mUtliig,
(ol.Weavir,TMhla ,tirj scurel) wouudttl
Lieut. Foghbaik, tilth u , uoundetl and
Dr. Ilnckel, STlh l'i., wouuded.
Capt. Howell, Viii I'd , wounded.
Cat Young, killed, Capt. Kicker, wouuded,
iMlh ofthe tVU l'a.
Capt. Keltous T'dh l'a , woundd bllghtly.
Capt. Selamon, wound edj Ment. Manle.
wounded, both of the 75th Pa.
Lieut. Mahler, wonnded. 74th Pa.
Capt.Mvcr, wounded, 74th Pa.
Lieut. Numyer, wounded, 74th Pa.
Llent. Goldsmith, 74th Pa , missing.
Llent Koeoble, 74th Pa., missing.
Lieut. Col. Arrowsralth, 157th N. Y., kllle 1
Col. Ickmann, 119th N. Y,, weunded.
Adjt. Dodge, 119th N. Y., wounded.
MaJ. Gorge, 54tb N. Y., mlsMng.
Gen. Baxter. lost: Llent. Morrlssv and 10
privates killed; Carjt. Egleaton and 75 private
missing. Col. Wheeloclc, Lieut. Jonee, Llent.
.Vathans. Llent. Harrinirton. Llent. Norton.
Capt. Downing, Llent. Chamberlain, Lieut.
Cady, and 31 privates wonnded.
Fonr privates killed t Captain J. T. Duranir.
Llent. W. P. Davis and 41 privates wounded;
Lieut. E. J. Ooriras Lieut. J. W. Surer, and 51!
ELirvivrn m hstlvaxu
Four privates killed 1 4 ollleers and Srinrl.
vatea wounded) 70 privates mtsslngi could not
get names. Regiment was out on picket after
t sut n n.l..lu 1. 1 II.. I 1 .M... . J O.
wonndedf 5 officers and 113 privates missing
Lost 2 offlcors and 3 privates, kllledi Colonel
Ilatcs, tho Adjutant of rculment. 4 officers and
JS privates wounded 4 officers and 49 privates
EinitTT-Ttftnil NEW TOftK
1 private killed;. T officers and lrni(n wounded,
omcers and 01 men missing.
Or Genehal Baitiu-'b Btatt Lieut. 1.
Thomas, Acting Inspector, killed j Lieut. D. P.
Weaver, A. A. A. G., wounded Lieut. H. C.
Knoggs, A. D. C , missing.
Tho wounded of this brigade are all prisoners,
at preseut, having been taken Into houses near
Gettysburg, aod left there as they could be bet
tcr cared for.
Col. Bates, of the Twelfth Massachusetts. Is
wounded badty, but retains command of his
regiment. Tho entire loss of the Second brig
ado Is lVk They took Into the tight 1,130 mcu
The Ninetieth and Eighty-eighth Pennsylvania
acted splendidly, and won new 1-turtl to add
to thosu already engraved upon their banners
OVB-UUNnilED-AND-roCKTIf NEW YOlttc
Lost Capt. Wiley, Capt. Fisher, Lb ut. Greggs
Lieut. Hose, Lieut. Hlchardson, Lieut. Dow,
Lieut. Kane. All wouuded. Cupt. Starr, Llem.
Weed. Lieut. Laranon. Lieut. Snider. Lieut
&arks, Lieut. Tuthlll, Lieut. Dickson, Lieut
Stevens, Lieut, uauey, Lieut, sieele, missing
djntaut could not get number or list of pri
MINBTT-rOcTRTn NEW TO HE
Lost Capt. White. Capt. Parsons, Lltut. Mes
ler, wounded. Col. It, Root, Capt. While,
Lleat. Sears, Lieut. Parker, Lieut. Lot Uiu,
Capt. McMahon, Capt. Whiteside, missing,
did not gel names of privates.
mere were i.uii Killed, wounded and ml
log from First Brigade, Second Dlv lion. First
ONE-UUSDRID-AND-eEVI'STII PENNITC TANlA.
Lieut. Col. Thomson. Major Shaffer. Cam
Reath, Capt. Fish, Llent. Wentz, Lleutj Focut,
woundedf Capt. Templcton. Lieut. Kimball,
L.1CU1. jiuuuey, iicui. iiums, A.iem. warmer,
Lieut. Venice, Lieut. Myers, mlsslnir.
Brigadier General G. K. Paul, killed; Capt
Geoermoc, inspector general Lieut. Bradley,
acting assistant adjutant general Lieut. Kin
ncy, aid-ile-camp, missing.
Col. Leonard, Capt. Palmir, Lleul. Allev,
wounded Lieut. Wlaton, Lieut. Carey, Ltrit
Capt. Whiteside, killed.
Cants. Atwood. BLnnett. Wfldon. LowUla
and Lleuts. Learat and Plnmcr, wounded
Col. Iltden, Capt. BUcher, Lleuts. Wad
worth, Blsbet). Blshee Xo. 3. Darin;. Thomp
son, Child, Lords, missing.
Tbofl. Howe, lost fore-finger of riht hand
Michael Shockmc)er, ankle.
Orderly Sergeant Miller, rouipaii) D.
This red ment acted nobtr. and lost morL.
but we could not obtain their mines, flie)
captured one Hag.
Evacuation of Carlisle by Ihr Rebel
Carlisle. Pa , July 13 p. m. The lit ni
the relM'l troops loft this place this miming ai
live o'clock. As there Is ni telegraphic in 1
railroad lines of communication between tills
place and Harrlsburg, f have t semlmydli
patchea by hors.i and sp"clal mciscnjer t
Harrlsburg, from whhh place they are te'e
graphud to )ou.
When Gen. K well's corns left hero Iivvule
out on the Ualtlmon pike, aud on war 1 In tliu
nrecuon. vv uu 11 went a train or anotit tiriv
wagons, this tralu was gmrdud by n o n
three hundred cavalry. Ewill hal oiders 1 1
march on Mond ly nlulit or etrly on Tu-sliv
moruing, but for reasons not madu publ'c 1 ,.
did not comtuenceto move his roituuii I tiutil
yesterday at 5 a. m. The reir of tb cvlmuu
tut not get out 01 uarnsie until 'j a, in, Hu
had about twrlvf thousand men of On ihr u
arms of the service.
There v as a division uu ler command of (en
Bradley T. Johnson that encamped two mil
vu'l of CarlWe. Till foue dl 1 not paa
through Carlise, but retreatel viith evlbui
precipitancy towards Slilppeuhnrir vesterda
aftiruoon. So hutvwas tho reirtMt m th 4
loinmuiid limit ookn-I rations turn 111 b. Uiu t
Gin. L'urly tink IH prisoners ut Gt tt)hur..
Tbcsu prU oners wiretakm to Carl I -to nut
plated under guird In the market hoine. Hire
thoy weru kept twelve hours, when the) wtid
p iroled, the nature of the paroU requiring ilie-ii
to remain tueol)-four bourse In town from ti
o'clock last (veiling. They lullllted tlielr pi
rolu aud started towards Harrlsburg this morn
Inc. Wbcu these prisoners wire eonvevulfriviii
Gcttjsbnrg they hid to paa through biilppe-ii
niirg, ji lliai piace ineir nuots wire stripjn t
Irom them, aud liny weru in a re hu J barefooL to
Carlisle, At tin lattir plaeu tbn t.iwuspeopl
lurulshed them with shorn logo In Harrl-burk
(leuvral Memde'e rttlcrof StarT.
Brigadier General G. K. Warren. wh his
Just beuu i)Oiui(ul chief o Htatf to Gen, Meadt
was norn at woid opriugs.on tint iiuason rivn
New York, where his family mm resKLs, Hv
was graduated at West Point with high honors,
but suems never to havu accepted a conun
slon, his name not appearing lu tin Dmiyt
ury of the Arm), Euterlug upon the pro
slon of au engineer, he assisted initerlalh
surve)lug tbfl upptr MlasUsIppl, mil mi,
uneuuy tue urriior) 01 .euraKu, r.ir wli
his muaus were ver Inadequate.
We tlr-t lnar of him In this w aa a.
chargeof Duryeu's Zouaves after the dlsnst
engigemeiitof Big Bethel. Th! reginn 11
ilUt li'Uued aud drilled w ith great t ai v, o i it
Infantry of thu Hue aud us enuuc a
under ills Instruction It became lohnt 1 1
lis efficiency. When General Hooku u
HjIntud to command tho Ami) 01 the Potonu
Gen. Warrai was made chief of uB u 1
bla stall. He dlschaiged thu diitu 11
sponsible position, ti'coti 1 oul) In n 1 -n u
to the und hu now holdn uinur Mia
with siuh ability aud Willi suehu itioii
ol high personal qiutllles as to w a spt. t
of thu army and its rommati U rs 1 niiusu
At the capture of tin luiglils o eduri(n
lurg bj thu firces under the hrav ticn s. I
wltk, Geti. Warnu roto uhmg tin trout ill
losltlou to ri-onuoiire at uirlttcal mimcm 1
lone of IhuLliem). He wasexpostfit to a
1 great ti.ai 111 uxiruomiunry courage wi
1 ami dili.'hlinl thu euomy, who cUier-fi ti
us he parsed along wiihlu (Iim.j rane and t
boruto lire al bliu where hlslire stvined wli ii,
atllnlr mvrey. During allilimral llookei
luuuru of officii Ucu. Warren's eivkes w
conspicuous uud fairl) eutllU'J blm to this a
New Jersey's Qiuta. Six thousand ioo,
w ill be raised Iu New Jerse under the last c it