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To ADTMUlru. W call the attention of
tuslnrss men to tba elaselAeatlonof our advertlse
mentc We Intend to keep a buelneu eye to tbla
natter for the benefit ol our patrone.
Tba ttlffTiph announce tbat tbe person
whose name ttinda at the head of thla article
presided, on the 4ih Initant, at a " Dcnocratlc
mertlcg" at Concord, N. H. IU "made a
speech deploring the war I' That ii Joit what
might have ecn expected of Frank Pierce aa
" Democratic ' ipoketman on the FonrtU of
Jnly! He "deplorea the war, doe hel He
li too late. He ihould hare done It earlier, be
fore be beard the death-knell of ilarery sound
ing In hla eart from the bloody batUe-fleldi of
tJettrtburg. Tbla very Frank Fierce laid tne
foundation for the present rebellion when be
was fret! dent, by traitorously tnrnlog a deaf
car to the North, and mrrtndtring, to far a h
had lh povtTf, erery facility of the General Got
eminent to the traitors of the South, vfto torrv
thtn conspiring to dainty thU Qotxrnmtnt.
They entered the free territories of the United
Btates In armed bodies, and. In itolatlon of all
law and Justice, tboy drore the actual settlers
away from the polls, they destroyed the ballot-
boxes, broke Into fragments alt the free print
lng presses found, and melted tbe prlntlog
types Into bullets with which they murdered
free and honest cltliensf they robbed tbe set
tiers and burned their bouses they took armed
possession of tbe public highways, and robbed
iue rnaus inia was aone oy utmocrait, wdcd
Trank Fierce was President, and he permitted
these rery murderers, honse-burners. and bil
lot-box destroyers to wage this unholy ijar,
and when tbe settlers attempted to arm tbenv
elree to protect their homes and soil, Frank
rierco employed the troops of the Federal Got.
eminent to arrttt ifa uttitrs and prottet tbe
These settlers (some of them from New
Hampshire) went Into the Territory vUhoul
slaves, and honestly opposed to slsrery In all
their feellogs. This was their tight. The ruf
fians went Into the Territory UA slares and
determined to plant the Institution there against
law. Tbla waa not their right. Frank Fierce
mcouragtd the latter and epprtued the former
v, 1th tbe whole power of the GoTernment then
at his command. That wis tub BtarouHO
Or TUB rftXSKHT ABHXD BXBELLIQX. It WSS
the work of men who falsely called themselres
"Democrats "then, and the rebels, who re
opened the work two years ago, belonged to
the same party. Ont tMng U very certain, thry
wrt net Jtepubtlcans.
IVe repeat, that this war, now so much tie
ptored by Frank Fierce, In the presence of
"Democrats," commenced under his own
"Democratic" Administration, In tbe free Ter
ritory of Kansas, He had the power to nip It
In the bud. He refused to do so, but, on the
contrary, encouraged It. Ills "Democratic"
successor, James 1'uchauao, did UVcwlse, and
tbe rebellion, well organized, wis handed cter
to Mr Uncoil without an army or navy to sp
preu U I
None otbcr,than tbe Almighty God In Heaven
has stood round about President Lincoln In the
awful trial to which he baa been subjected by
the treason and Imbecility of Frank Pierce and
James Buchanan, both of whom will be written
downbythe future Impartial historian as being
far more criminally responsible for the existing
gigantic bloody rebellion than any two South--rn
" democrats" who have stood In armed
rebellion agalnit this Government.
This Is our homst conviction based npon
records tch art familiar to all, and stated In
few words and wlthont fear of contradiction.
PftisoiriBi Rzlxabid. A large number 0
prisoners somiers, quartermasters clerks, sue
autlcrs captured at Wlncmwter under Mllroy,
rvached this city on Friday from Richmond.
Their stories with regard to tbe forces In tbe
rebel capital are very conflicting, and as their
opportunities forjudging correctly were neces
sarily very limited, but little that Is reliable
can be drawn from their account!. Their visit
to Richmond seems not to here been rosde
very plrsssnt, and the unnecessarily harsh
treatment which they recelred has materially
lowered their opinions of Southern hospitality.
We hope tbe lisson will Improve their energies,
and make them moreartlve workers In defence
vf the Union.
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Admiral Porter's secretary arrived In this
, city yesterday, and held an Interview with the
Secretary of the Navy. He apesks lery en
couragingly of aff.il rs at Vlcksburg, where
very thing Is working well. He has, no doubt,
that by this time Vlcksburg is In our posses
sion. Capti; red. William II. Sinllb, of the Sixth
Georgia Infantry, was captured on tho 4th of
only! near Fort Reynolds.
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OKSKRAI. WALBRIDGBVS ORATBtl
We oM reSotn fobnly thefcanclnfing jr
Austria. Prussia. Italr.' Bnaln. Holland, and
Belgium, U hastening to congratulate the Km-
ir oi me s renco upon u succus 01 mo
thoroughly these Powers desire the success of
any came tnai tenas 10 ovennrow MDerai idi
tntloni on this con tt net, looking to the lntro-
tnctioa oi tne monarcuat system nere.
While" bltterlydeplorlog" tbe lotitoTfaaea
of the many brave men who fell .at the alegi of
PueblBdthB astute Emperor " this lmpeMal
Bpbynx" does not fall to add, "that It baa
not beep useless for tbe Interests and bono of
France" and for civilisation." The solicitude
of that monarch for tbeaneeeaeof theLitln
race on this hemlsphera la tbe preliminary step
lo a COnaic- who tutj Duva raco, wuruBicf. iu
his opinion, clrcnmstances warrant the belief
that tbe conoid will terminate farorebly ttf his
tIcws and theories. Tbe American rjconle have
a direct and positive Interest that tbe system of
ireo instuuuons tnouia aione exist on tnis con
tinent, and our most cordial sympathy should
not fail to be expressed for the Mexican peo
ple, who. in aerenaing xoeir nationality irom
forelsn domination, are entitled to tbe consid
eration and respect of erery genuine lover of
republican governmuni. i
when the Congress of Nations assemble! at
Paris to prescribe new principles of internation
al law, they proposed that prlvaterlng should
... .. .t.n.B.1 Tii(.iou.iti.ar.aii.u.
VW iurccr uxriiin?u, um rvuv; aujLUAkw
States were not willing, unqualifiedly, to ac
cede, since It placed tbe control of tho ocean In
tbe bands of the Western Powers France and
England, whose gigantic navies were at that
Deriod ao mnchsunerior to ours. The moral
ssntlmentof tbe clvllited world may yet de
mand this concession, and that private ships
npon tbe sea, while the natlona to which they
belong are engaged In strife, like private prop
erty on land, shall be protected, except contra
band of war. It becomes the dictates of j wis
dom to anticipate this contingency, and the
commercial marine of the United States should
be enrolled Into a " militia of tbe seas," capa
ble of aldlnir In Its own defence, and. still fur
ther, of "vindicating and maintaining every
where tbe boner, dignity, and power of this Re
Dubllc. whenever and bv whomsoever assailed.
No right sentiment has taken stronger hold
upon the public mind then that all who, at a
crisis like this, light to uphold the Nation.
Union ana to save tue national ure, snail Hence
forth enjoy Its freedom and protection. The
faith of the nation Is pledged tbat tbe uniform
of the Federal soldier, ben honestly worn,
shall secure to him the privileges recognliedln
clvlllxed warfare, wherever It Is his misfortune
to be captured, and, while the contest con
tinues, the rebels must not be permitted td In
troduce the bloody draconlan code, and draw a
Distinction Deiween any oi our soldiers woo
fight under the banner, and to support the
Let no man be deceived. This contest for
constitutional government will not be abandon
ed. The people of this country hare no sym
pathy with crime, none with traitors or with
treason, and the great mass of tbe American
people are to-asy as reaay 10 ngnt ana nieca
and die for the Stars and Stripes aa they were
under the echoing of the guns at Sumter.
But that man will fall to profit bv the slzns
or the times who does not realize that while
this Is so, the Government Is expected to pro
tect every citizen In tbe full enjoyment of all
his civil rights when the necessity for the In-
uoaucuon oi msniai law aoes not exist tne
right of public discussion, the frte and unre
stricted enjoyment of speech, the liberty of the
press, answerable only for Its abase.
It Is with pride and satisfaction, we have seen
the freedom of the latter recently upheld by the
direct Interference of tbe National Executive,
and this public censor and sentinel stands forth
In all Its power moulding and directing public
sentiment, to the great end of upholding and
protecting the Federal Union.
But I must hasten these remarks to a close.
Above and beyond and over all these sugges
tions, the whole world should realize what Is
the clear, positive, unequivocal determination
of the entire loyal American people at this crisis
of our national affairs. In my Judgment, tbat
determination Is nothing more or less than4hat
lUT Jorctcn intervention in ottrdomtitic tnmblt
tfould b followed by an ttutant declaration of
war, ana thai mu great American nation that
never be divided, and Utat over it the federal Von
MUution nau continue 10 pretax.
When this determination aball once absorb
the public mind, and form tbe basis of tho
public Judgment, the public liberties are safe.
This man or that man may fall this onraui-
zatlon or that organization may perlsb but
mo came oi coniiiiauonaitweji rcguiatea gov
ernment will have passed bevond human en
deavor, only to bo affected by Providence Itself.
Oeneral AVal bridge was listened to with the
most marked attention, and enthuUtIcslly
cheered tbrougtibat his entire address.
Dry Good. t-
More activity has been displayed tn the mar
ket for domestic goods. Cotton fabrics are
more sought for In view of a farther advance
In the price of tbe raw material. The new clip
of wool is attracting so much competition a
to lead to the supposition that the price mail
advance, and consequently also that of goods.
Both woolen and cottons hare, therefore, an
npward tendency. The revival of business Is
speculative. The largest Jobbers are tho prin
cipal buyers. Both brown and bleached sheet
Inics and shirt In es hsve advanced considerable
from 2 to 0 cents within tbe week. Prints
are mora active, dark colors as well as light,
and prices are higher. Cottonades and cotton
flannels are all hild at an advance, holders not
pressing sales. Fancy caislmercs Are also
moro active. Holders are selling readily their
old medium weights, while new fall styles axe
yet scarce In market Delalnen of ull stylo are
Satinets are In prtall request. Low grades
of black aremuchn anted, while the finer grades
sre not active. Mixtures sell well. Black bea
vers and doeskii.s are lery active, rtanncls
are very active, at advam lng rates. Foaljrn
fabrics are not so active. Low qualltks of
black silks are scarce, and are In demand to
arrive. Other illks arequltelnacthe. Ribbons
are also quiet. hst little Is selling, Is through
the auction room. There la a good demand for
all descriptions of heavy woolens, and heavy
linens move freely. Tho Importations are light.
The prospects of tbe fall Importations are more
favorable than otherwise, but will be much In
fluenced by the comparative case or dllucnlty
of remitting at low or high rates of exchange.
Exchange has opened higher again this week
occasioned by the advance In tho price of gold,
which, however. Is not thought to be perma
nent. It is too early, however, toform reliable
opinions of tho fall trade. The harvest bids
talr lo be large and good, and therefore the de
mand for goods Is expected to be soj and nn
aouuicaiy tnis win dj tne case, ir success at
tends the contest tbe country Is cngsgud In,
,Y. r. Independent.
Sixteen horses belonging to officers of Gen.
Meade's staff wcro killed. Lieut. Oliver, of
Gen. Butterfleld's staff, was wounded.
Cot. Taylor, brother oT Bayard Tnjlor, wos
The rebel Gen. Marshall was killed.
Major Gen. Hancock was wounded In tho
thigh severely by a rifle ball, and Brig. Gen.
Gilibon was severely wounded In the shoulder
by a mlnnlo ball.
Rebel Gen. Low Is reported captured, and
since died from his wounds.
Major Geo, B titter field was slightly wounded
In the breast yesterday by fragment of a shell.
Tbe rebel prisoners report that Gen. A. P.
nil) was killed outright upon tbe Held, and
that their otllcerssuirerud fargreater casualties
than In any previous engagement.
bo t err) lie waa the enemy's fire that the small
house where Gen. Meade oud staff wcro quar
tered was perforated by several shots. Many
of the staff horses were killed around the house.
Gen. Huttertleld wss struck In tho breast, and
It Is feared internally Injured, by a piece of
shell which exploded In the bulldiog. Lieut.
Col. Joseph Dickinson, of the stall, had his
left arm perforated by a" flying fragment of
shell, and It seemed a ml ratio that no greater
damage was done to life or limb
bcveral or our K"eral olllcers wero wounded
In tho engagement, den, Hancock was wound
ed In tbe lrg. Gens. Gibbon, Warren and Hunt
were wounded. Inconsequence of tbe excite
ment and difficulty In ascertaining thelt loca
tions, tbe names uf many prominent offlcers,
reported as killed or wounded, cannot be as
The IcmI Wi. Johwii wirktir f
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CbioxvISaW BiyotT. June 20. U Clino. Julv
8 A gentleman from the front reports every
thing In sforM ftto. OMrallotMt Continue against
the rebel works-bnUha flriul ta better than tbat
two days ago. The rebel! still dispute onr bold
on Ftort HULt i .1 ! I ?r if.- vj " j I
Col. Melancthon Smith died of hlewoundi
yesterday. Colonel Haueslbte was mortally
wounded b grenade. whUa entering the fort,
louu.ion' aaTMDca saia 10 mi ibw miiesi
from our outer pickets, but oarf.sshow of
force Is expected. Nothlna: can be more deal-
raDie tnan a rear attack, aa everything is pre
pared. MBHrais.jnryi. umciaLaavices from tne
armv of Gen. Grant to the 29th of June furnish
the followjBg particulars.
ine reoet nmson at vicKsoartr is very
Ths rebels are matin ar desperate rcslstanca
to the progress o f the siege, with tbe hope that
relief will soon reach them. '
Additional rebel reinforcements are, sold 'to
be on tbe way from Gen. Bract to Gen. John
ston, and the latter Is perfecting arrangements
tn ftttAflr ntm. flrnt'a mar.
Gens. Price, Msrmaduke, and Klrbf Smith
are combining to get to some point on the banks
oi me Hissisrippi, ana wuipronaoiy maxe an
attempt to take Mllllken'a Bend andJtop nav
TfcVllt( Btlll Praetcl with Vlgar.
MBUnAs. July 3. via CAiao.8L Advices
from Vlcksburg to the 30th ult. are at hand.'
Although no positive advantages resulted
from the springing of Gen. McPhersons mine,
yet tbat ofllcer, vigorously pressing tho Rebels,
caused them to spring a counter-mine on Gen.
Sherman's front, but 'the only damage done
was to qesiroy me neaa oi nis approacn, wnicn
a day's work will clear up.
Col. Wood Is raising the guns of the gunboat
Cincinnati, and three of them are now In
position on the bluff.
me rebels keep up a constant ore. but onr
casualties are not numerous.
Ths weather la extremely warm, bnt tbe
nights are cool and refreshing.
uen. jonnsion is in u.e vicinity or uanton,
preparing for a forward movement.
icxSBCBO. June 29. p. m. Our forces wore
withdrawn to-day to the outside of the contest
ed fort to the front of Gen. Logan, In conse
quence otsome advantages of position which
enabled the enemy to throw shells Into our po
sition, tuus endangering tue lives or our men,
without present benefit. The withdrawal, how
ever, ts temporary.
A sharp musketry fire Is still maintained.
The total casualties In this last struggle are not
known, but It is believed tbey will not exceed
A ProYost Gaard t Wlotchestsr No
Troops at U art iBsbturc Copt mr f Con
redsroto JtUsB,0OO In CoafaAarot
Many Coptnred Otrntrol Icea Post
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MrCoKNXLLaBtTBd. Jnlr 3. IJent. Bnhn.
10th Pennsylvania cavalry, arrived here to-day,
wiia a capiurea reoei lieutenant ncionging to
the 13th Vlrginlasrtglmeut. The rebel ofllcer
communicatee freely, and says he left Win
chester yesterday morning. There Is only a
provost guard there now, no troops at Martins
burg, and only one brigade of Infantry at Wll
llamiport a few cavalry and some Infantry at
Twenty of our cavalry dashed Into Greencas
tie yesterday, and captured a rebel mall, 18,000
In rebel money, and a number of pay-roll S
tbe rebels left twenty minutes before. Four
thousand rebel cavalry arrived at Aahton with
a battery. Another brigade of caralrr fol.
lowed later during yesterday, through Green-
cuue. lcbb centre is arouna ana Deyona
Fayettevllle, and bis right wing Is In tho direc
tion of Waynesboro', An army scout, direct
from Chambersburg, sayjtbere as only a pro
vost guard and a few stragglers there at noon
to day. Three of Gen. Lee's body guard were
FIl&CNCll IM TI1K
More mtmts of th Bloekodo H miners.
NEW YORK. JuIt'5 The ttnrnir Rftannkp
from Havana, has arrived.
Vera Cruz advices to tbe ICth nlL, ststo tbat
the French armv occnnled the cUt nf Mexico
on the 3d ult., and General Forey took formal
poHcuiou on mo una. aarcz naa rctlrca to
dan Luis Fotosl, and a French divlslun had
been sent against that place. Forey was re
ceived with great cothuslasm.
A French Marquis, who as wounded at
Fuebla, goes to Paris with the keys of tho city
of Mexico. Thirteen hundred prisoners, most
ly jicxican oiucers, are aooot to ro sent to
Commodors Wilkes arrived ner ttaanolati.
Commodore Lardoer having arrived at fit.
Thomas. Ths West India squadron la reported
In a crippled condition, owing to defective
boilers, etc. Tbe steamers Charleston, fllrlns.
Banshee. Lizzie, and Fanny, had arrived at
Nassau from Wilmington. Tho Flora, Calypso,
and Kudy, are reported captured. The steamers
Uarlen and Hebu are at Nassau, bound tn a
Ths Fourth In Bolllnnor.
BaVLTiunne. Md . Julv 6 The Fourth wai
observed here yesterday In a manner unparal
leltd In Baltimore. The whole city was decked
with nags, many of Immeuso size. Even very
manv secessionists balled the National cnilirn.
In tbe whoIeJjme apprehension that possibly
an omission to do so might subject them to un
unprofitable notorltty. At noun there was a
grand national salute from various forts, and a
general ringing of bells
IUibikq It ecituiTS. Bernard Covert, the
popular vocalist, Is traveling through Now
England signing "The Bword of Bunker
11111" one ol tbe finest of American patriotic
ballads-an agency by which many recruits are
raised for the army.
Novol Orders To-Any,
Commander Abner Read has been detached
from the New London, and ordered to return
Gunner Thomas Stewart has been ordered to
temporary duty on board the .deceiving Ship
Gkkebal Lonostreet, Tbe correspondent
of the Tribune regards tbe capture and death
of Longstrctt as certain, notwithstanding con
BpbcieAbkivals Over $1,000 000 In gold Is
said to haruarrlved In this city within the puat
two dajs, from Harrisbarg, I'hlladelphla and
Baltimore, for aafu keeping, ltefugees from
all ihost) places, and oilier parts of Pennsylva
nia aud Maryland, are pourluir Into tbe city.
In great numbers, A I'utk Juurnul of Com
wtrr. Naval Captures,
Tim United States KUnhoatTahoma, at Tampa
Bay, Fla , raptured, on tho 18ili ult , the Eng
llfth schooner Harriet. Tho captain of the
Harriet admitted that he was trj lng tn run the
The sloop MKaU," from Nassau, N. T., n lth
an asraortcd cargo, was captured on tho !Md
ult., In Indian rher, Fla , by the United States
bark ' Pursuit." She had no colors or papers
of an) description ou board.
Commodore Be mm us, of tho U.S. gunboat
Tahoma, reports the destruction of the English
schooner Mary Jane, ou tbe 18th ult , she hav"
lug been beached on a small key near Char"
water harbor, to avoid capture by tbe Tahoma.
AJOKM1M at, HAMTMMW,nCKLMM
rnqnuna. acconiii.niea or rjnrzeoD aim. ai.
9l1)lrKt0T 'fJb,M Aj OoT., ,
portlonof hla.lUSVIram aiuxMn.81m w
b. -1 T-MilTfi'l O-nenl SlakUa IbUu
.BMflHbirln1fanl.y,1 ' 1 l
!pboetfel' HaW Vk MhhUfni Ulow
twlT-ftakler. fHhth thvutmortooolnes
Keria Bftiles reBSd In hk ono tad, reach-
in dwtuttrted tM1 dangMag' Unto mm the
stfcrupaadald lt'pterthsj.noric In If Wit,' to
that he war able to dliraountVltbout falling,
which he did unaided.
Surgeod IxoVm tent feV at ha hosplul and
came upon the fleldamld a shower of bullets
and, shell.. At the, 0r( examination he thought
the leg eJuHbe amptyr aikneeat
after chloroform had been administered, a more
critical examination disclosed the fact that the
bones werdf battered to Ihakne Jont, and It
was foun'd necessary to cut above the knee.
While chloroform was being administered,
before .the General was rendered Insensible, he
Cad the whole battle-field before hla mind, and
gave repeated orders, as If he waa hotly engaged
with the.cnemy. TJhe Instant he recovered hla
consciousness after the operation bVfnqulred
anxiously how the .light was going, and added
wltu great earnestness that he would give the
other leg, and bis life to boot, to win the battle I
Tbe offlcers who called thaif evening upon
tbe surgeon to Inquire after Gon. Sickles, each
remarked that ho saved tbe army from disaster
that day. Ills attendants Conveyed him by cir
cuitous routes npon a hand Utter nearly forty
miles to reach the railroad, being some times
obliged to make detours to avoid rebel scouts,
and finding but unwilling accommodations at
the farmhouses where tboy sought shelter.
Fortunately, Gen. Blokles arrived hero In a
comfortable condition, and last night he had
the prospect of a speody recovery and the en
Joymcnt of the fadeless laurels he won upon
the bloody field of Gettysburg.
COU EDWARD KVEItKTT CHOSB,
Col. E. E. Croei, of the Fifth New Hemp-
shire regiment, wai killed at Qcttrsbunr on
Thunday, while' flgHtlng gallantly at tho head
of hi! regiment.
The Colonel was born In Lancaster, Mew
Hampshire, and commenced life as a Journey,
man printer. Re wai for some time connected
with the press In Cincinnati, and In 1854 he
stumped the State of Ohio for the American
party. He was .fterwarde employed as agent
of the 8U Aonli and Arizona SUrer Mining
Company, In which he inbtequently became a
largo stockholder, lie made sereral trips
across the plains, taking the first steam engine
that ercr crossed the Rocky Mountains.
When the rebellion broke out he organized
the Fifth New Jlamrnhlre regiment and was
commissioned as Its colonel. Under his com
mand the regiment won an enviable reputation
for Invincible bravery. Colonel Cross had
been wounded aereral time., and when wo last
saw him he remarked that he believed the neit
hit would bo a fatal one!
On the eve of Durnildo'a battle at Fredericks
burg lio wss so deeply Impressed with the Idea
that he would bo killed In that battle, that he
made his will and assembled his officers and
Instructed them how to act when he ehonld
fall. He bsd been In command of a brlgsde
several months, aud was strongly recommended
for a brigadier general. No moro earnest or
couragoona soldier has died In tho cause of his
country than Colonel Edward Everett Cross.
PER UNA I.,
1'OLlTtiJ, MUSICAL, AND PBAHATIC.
Oor. Sit hour, of New York, recommends
Mr, Chorus C. Leigh to the Government as ths
most suitable person tn theeityof New York to
superlatend the raising of colored troopi, Mr,
Leigh Is an active ofllcer of the " National Freed-
man's Relief Association," hai log chart of Its
headquarters, JJo.l Mercer street, New York city.
Vu. llARBiifOTOK, Assistant Secretary of the
Treasury, arrived la New York on Saturday.
Joseph JcrrKBSON, tho American comedian,
Is playing at Haymnrket, London, with great suo-
Kate Bat em an has arrived In England.
Fbame .Orkw, of Philadelphia, Is a great fa.
vorlte at Prince of Wales Theatre, London.
E. A. Sotxiebv, of "Lord Dundrery " fame,
is very successful at Glsigow.
Avosia Jon es and Q. V. Brooks are at Man
Kate PE1NOTERleacft the Canterbury for
a while and goes to New otk to play at Laura
Ksene's ror the ttenent of Mm. Jane EniUih.
Kate Fisher has returned to New York from
along and suceenful tour, and appears at Laura
Dan. 8 etch ell commences a star engage-
m ont at Winter Garden, under 'the new rnaosga-
mentol Miss Emily Thome (Mrs George Jordon)
and Mr, Mark Smith.
Rev. G, It. Crooks, D. D., preached a sermon
on Sunday, In tbe 11th street Methodist Eplsoopst
Church, on the life and character of bis personal
friend, the late Hear Admiral Foot.
Col. Simon H. Mix, of tbe 3d New York
cavalry serving In North Carolina ts In New
Lottt Houou Is performing at 6t. Louis In
tho popular play of the "Seven Slstsrs."
Tni Webb Bisters have played a very sac
eCMful engagement at Ford'i HoUtdayt. Thsatit,
P, H. Watson, Assistant Secretary of War,
was at the Metropolitan Hotel on Sunday. Mr.
Wataon, It Is said, has experience! very poor
health of late.
Vice President Hamlin arrived In Wash-
ingtoo on Sunday, from his home tn Maine.
Fred. A. Co.skiin, ez-M. C, has lea New
York with a portion of his new regiment (the
Eighty-fourth), lor active service la the field,
Ki cm it u 8. SrorroBn, Private Secretary of
Caleb Cunning wi.en ths latter waa United States
Attorney ienersl, male a " Democrntlo speech"
at Concord, N. II . on the 4th instsnt.
(lEf. A. J. Hamilton, of Texas, la at tho
Metropolitan, New .ork.
Major General Hn in km an Is at theAstor
Home, ew ork,
Hon. II. Hamlin, VlcProsldent Hon. E. B.
Washburn, 111 i Senator Wilkinson, Minn , and
svnstor Chandler, Mich , are at the National
Messrs Hamlin and Chandlrr arrhed this morn
ing, tho othrra last night.
Capt. Alexander, Quartermaster on Gen.
Flllot's stair, and who succeeded la bringing off
what of Gcn.Juilro)'s train that was sated, la In
town. The Captain Is a sturdr Irishman, and a
character In Ms way. Ha had two horses killed
under him la his effort to save the train. In pro
ceeding to Bedford, fa , he captured a number of
small villages, and seriously disturbed ths peace
I of mind of numberless timid Dutchmen.
VmImaiam ITjiilI iituL-l
, CaBAOBBSTO.ru, near Frederick, Jnljo.leM.
It U repotted here br offlctn thai,' oi patnr
day afternoon, onr caralrj, nnder Ktlpatrtrk,
Intercepted . retreated train of agoii, fnardi
d Mr Jtmsa'a brlzade of caratrr. Infantry an4
artltlerjrnear"U.litere7, 'on U ttagentowa
and Gttfjtbarf road. " ,
Bo captured nine hundred prlaonert. Includ
ing two bundrad Hounded offloen, one hnndred
aid ftlirarn!,:ajid two gone. TMwifOiu
werojlettrojed.r Tbe rebel! werecofapletelj
eurprUed, and wen naable to make'an j ferloua
rceliunce. . ' ' ,. ,
'FlrUu'waeheard la tbe direction-of the
enemjr'i retreating column rerterday afternoon.
It VM 'probably 'canted by onr caralry and
tying batterlee punning In tbe"enemy'a fear.
Ametk.r Dtepaleftu i
PmiADBLrsiA, July f-Tbe following U
ipeclal dlipatcb to tbe Philadelphia rmti
nABOTBb, July S. The caralry fight to-day
waa font mllee aouth of Oettyibnrg, between
our forcea and the rear of Lee'a army, now
luppoeed o be on the retreat toward Hagen-
town. ;il. '
Onr caralry continued to bring In large
, r ,
Gen, Conch' Co-operating with
General Meade, ;
"" with the Eaenr.
IlABBMBtiBO, Jnly 8. den. Couch baa push
ed forward all hie effective force, to co-operate
and Join with the Army of the Potomac, and Is
by order olOen. Meade, pushing, 'the troop,
forward a. rapidly aa they are organized.
The country may net assured that he is doing
all in bis power to advance the Interest of our
This advance Is already In contact with the
enemy, and aiding In tbe glorious results, j
A EEBEL 8P Y HTJNG.
Important Dispatches 'Found
Our "Whole Army in "Pursuit
FRiDlfRicx. Julv . A spy. named William
lUchanlson, about 60 years old, was hung here
this morning. He was csptnred yesterday, at
Oxford, Md. It appears he bad been pre
viously captured, but had made bis escape.
It Is reported be admitted the chargeand
said be had been In the business for a long time,
and also that Important communications be
tveen Leo and Ewell were found npon his per
Onr entire army la In motion..
The nlghest hopes are entertained tbat but a
small portion of LeVa army will be able tore
turn toTirglnla. "
GREAT FALL OF GOLD IN
The1 Bulls Taken by the Horns.
fiREVT EXCITEMENT IN NEW YORK
OVER GEN. MEADE'S VICTORIES.
, fljMelel DlspaUh to ths RapubUssD.
New Tons:, Jnly 0. Geo. Meade lias not
o&rjr whipped Lee's arm jt but he haa made a
frrr at r aid npon the gold speculators In Wall
At two q'cloclc p. m. gold Is down to 1.38.
The wildest rejoicing prerallathronghont tho
city, In consequence of the rlrtory of onr army
over tho rebels In Pennsylvania.
Kinai. OrnciRS Captubxd. Among the
rebel prisoners taken are abont sixty officers.
Tbey are poorly clad, filthy, gannt and lean
one third with shoes and none with stocklnes.
Among the prisoners are General Archer, of
Mamanat AJoaienant iiotanei rr, n. taynr,
Fourth Virginia caralrj, Captain William L.
Yore. Second Norlh Carollnai CaDtaln J. P.
nllingos, niuiu virfinia ..icaivDaot i r.,
Williams, Second North Csrollnai Lieutenant 8.
M. Bmton. Second North Carollnai Second
Lieut. E. P. Tucker, Second North Carollnai
Chaplain J McQlll, Second Virginia, Lieut
enant J. A. Chamberlain, Pegram'a battery;
CaDtaln W. 8. Moore. Fourteenth Tennesseei
Captain AUIaon, Thirteenth Alabamai First
Lieutenant L. D. Ford. Thirteenth Alabamai
FInt Lieutenant C. 0. Sellons.Thlrteenth Als-
bsmai First Lieutenant w. E. VYataon, First
Tennesseei Second Lieutenant B. A. Ilasklns,
Fonrteenin Tenneaae.) oecona j.ienienant it.
W. Pond, Thirteenth Alabamai Second Lieu
tenant J. II. Moore, Fourteenth, Tennessee,
Second Lieutenant J. L. Mooro, Thirteenth
Alabamai Second Lieutenant E. W. Reeves,
Thirteenth Alabamai Third Lieutenant J. Grant,
First Tennessee) Third Lieutenant W. II. Rob
ins, First Tennessee.
Tn Dbown Will Case. The case of Mar
shall Prown tvrnu I tally F. Wiley Is still peodln,
before tbe Circuit Court, Chief Juitic, Cartt.r pre
siding. Among the witnesses this morning sworn
were Win. Dslton, Jo. Doxler, Win. Rutherford,
and Wm. J. O'Brien.
Mr. O'Brien testlucill Ply connection wltli tbe
estat t case. In August, 1842. I hsd sonvtrsstlon
with Air. Cook about mat lime. Mr. uoa asked
tn. wnat I Was doing In Washington so long,
knowfnl that ray business wss principally in Balti
more. 1 told him that 1 was attending to tb. es
tate ol llllotson Brown, acting as counsel for ths
Mr. Cook stated, In thst conversation with me,
that he was acquainted with Marshall Brown, but
not wl tti Tlllotsoni and also, that h. knew Mrs
Brown twenty-nv. yean ago. 1 wss slopping at
Mrs Bivwn's house a. a guest about tli. tlm. of
tbe bu.'ial. .Mrs. Brown asked me, two or three
days aft er tb. burial, a question relating to legal
affairs, nnd told me at th. same time tbat Mr
Lackey was her counsel, ah. wished, how.ter,
to make m, hvr confidant, and consult me sfa,
therefore nak.fil If I would act as counsel In con
Junction with .Mr. Laskey. I told her I would
About a wk alter tbe death of Mr. Brown, Mrs.
Brown told me that she bad seen Mr. Laskej , and
thethewoi settsutd or mi to act as counsel la
txawu I VS " Vis L
tM eoMaalM toeV-deBaw4RIdM
IfBTBOnUTAB POUOB BVOBTI. JVwtaef
t Maa. ABgn, tbnata M tumbmi Meurity
rw Ko. i-fttMaBBaliraMXwai al-
mlt til "'I' T ' wt -"' wiw.i.1
..Jrarlwi KC 4aL nnlxmn, drank and dlsordsr-
It llnoda-WBlAfcmld.b i ' A
fmttd JTi 7, U. UO) sswui na shwiji
Tl- U1 -ABIT IIA , -. ... ..-J
faaeilnedejeaeh. Wat. Oster sad Fatrlek Mur
phy, uruak, dismissed.. .'! i !. i '
iJrartaei So. .rrtriok Boyle, BekUer.lnak
and disorderly, and reaUMac hateefi tauded to
sarlttary. -B.rtaB.'Btoa, pliifoslreti dismissed.
KWUUX SUUVi SSVa SUIU IwwmjimmowMKnji uww
rnetao) -Kt. .-T. Burke, i. guUlven, T. Martin,
J. Carina, J, Oatton, and J. Wallls, bathing In
eaaaii loexaa no loriour nours. a. bb htoui
prefunlty dismissed. F. Imlth, do locked up four
kours. J uitl., euaorosriyi po. , uwa.ii mm
J,,gnot, suspicious; enaraewni eiereisssn,
TdbDistbiot MiLmA. At1B'erlyhour
this morning th. militia bsgaa to aaaembls, ac
cording to notice, at ths place. appolaUd. About
a ntolaak the oolonelaeoatauiaduiB th. saveral re-
Hat.nl. of tb. DUtrlstlalUUa. with Col. rhUIp,
ebalnnan, naaiaa interview wis. ww mkiwi wi
War. The aecrsury Intortneo uesa saai in. qun.
Una which had been raised in retard to ths power
of ..forcing the attudaaoo aad master of th. par
sons enposl.g th. several legtauats hd,sa
well skttled, affirmatively, aad that when the pro
per eall wss made all delinquent.1 should be re
ported to blsa. '
He farther rnstked that the eseenreac nader
which the eall had been made upon ths sailltla had
paaaed away, and not th. order, waa suspended fir
tbe present. He desired to retain the ranks of his
department to the eoloaels of tegtmaats, and to th.
dlffereat offlcers of their command for to. prompt
nnaadalacr.tr with which ther tad responded
to the' orders and completed the organisation of
new retunents In ao short a time.
He waa ent felr satisfied wiu tneir aeuon, ano
waa happy to inform them that the regular mili
tary organisations now in tne neia were sumciem
at nreieat for their purposes. That tn the event
of the services of th. mllltla being required, the
order wentd be communicated to them Inrougn
their eommandwg officers.
Mubobb. A fracas ocenrrod Saturday night
In a bawdy hone. oa Virginia avenue near Four-anil-erhair
street, kept by a colored woman, which
resulted la ths death of a colored man named Wm.
Neal. II seems that the deceased had gone U the
heuw with a considerable amount of money on
his person, and while then got to drtalttng rather
treoly. -AdieputSjaroM Between mm nnu euouer
negro about a woman., A general melee fallowed,
la which b. was .tabbed twice, the katfs passing
tbroueh his heart, kllllnx him InatanUri When
the body w'aa taken up, It waa found that he had
boon robbed. A number of negroee were arrested
on suspicion of being hie murderers, fcuWwer. dis
charged, there being no nldene. to warrant their
detention. As yet, the guilty party has not been
CalMIXALCoUKT. Jmlat FUIUT milding.
Anthony Hois waa convicted of assault and bat
A1U. Dugaa, cbargeawlin assault anq oauery,
was found not guilty.
1 he ease of Henry Rhodes, charged with assault
ing an oSeer, was submitted. u
Awsftscw. was entered jn sue case ol .onn me
doa, Indicted for assault and battery.
John Welsh and Owen Alley were ordered to be
discberged from Jell, on the suggestion of the
grand Jury, "
A neuVprei. was entered In the ease of Patrick
Biarnaa, indicted one charg of grand larceny.
SlIXISO LlQUOB TO SoLDIBBS. Last night .
woman named Xllen Crane waa arrested at tbe
barracks of ths nth MaisAchusetts volunteers on
thoehem of Bellini llanar to eoldlerh. The liquor
was found on her person. Shi -was taken to the.
Central xuard-houae, where, during the night, aba
was attacked by the Miriam Ttomras in It! wore)
atsge. This morning sh. ws. considerably better)
but still presented a pitiable spectacle.
Child Focxd; Last nliut. s llttlo boy six
yean old, by th. nam. of WIUlaa.O'Bryan, wss
found and re turned to bis parents by Bergl curx,
Rituoxu. Charles McNulty, Thomas San-
dltlne, and G, Comb,1hre. refugee, from Chsrles-
ton, I. C , came into our line, yeeuruay, ana re
ported at tbe rrorosi Manners onu inia mora.
Fast Dbivwo. Two of Col.. Baker's men
wera arrested vesterdsy by the patrol for fast
driving and runalng.over a child' on D street.
They were dismissed by caps. Toad, on parol, to
appeer wbeo eallea tor ny hi. neeer.
Dbcxbbb Boldixb. Chas. Slntxenbcrg, was
arrested thla morning by Ueut. Cooper In front of
tbe gusrdbouse, where he was displaying his
horsemanship, he being at, th. tied, so Intoxicated
as hardly to be able to keep hla seat. He was
placed In a cslt to sober down.
Busnciou. Chabaotbb. John W Barcroft,
a cltlssn, wss arrested .and placed In confinement
in tbe Central GuarJhouse, by Capt. Todd, upon
the charge of being a auspicious and troublesome
i i i
PaxeBBTATiow. The employees of the Quar
termaster's Department, uudcr Capt, L. II. Pleroe,
presented him with a watehand chain costing $slo.
The watch wss studded with splendid diamonds.
The presentation spsech was made by H. D. Tyler,
At tdm Mutiho or mi Uoiud or Couhom
Council on Friday itiiUi tha foUowlog wara
rad and appropriately referred, Mr, Enj lUh waa
called to the chair.
Mr. My ere presented tha memorial of L. a, Cart
wrlfht and other maiter-bullderi and earpeotare,
aaklnf thepaaeage of a taw tobrlof all lumber
under tha lnapeeuon of the Uwfuily appointed of-
fleers of the Corporation, representing that eer-
taln descriptions of lumber are renerally overmark
ed by the foreign Inspector which was read and
laid on the ucie.
Mr. Crals presented the memorial of sundry alt
Iscns, living contiguous to tha soap and candle
factory, on oreen street, representing mat the
said factory having been prercnted from Its origi
nal purpose, Is now used as a place for rendering
up dead bogs, boiling up bones, and fee., thus ren
dering a reildenoe In the neighborhood Impossible,
except at tha risk of health and life, and asking
s-ch act of the .Corporation aa will abate the nui
sance. Mr. Collins presented tbe account of WUUsm (,
ChambcrUn for blacksmiths' work done for the
corporation, and moved its reference to the Com
mittee on Claims.
Mr. Marbury, from the Committee on Streets, lo
which the resolution tn relation to the opening of
streets and the substitute proposed therefor by
Mr. Tenny was referred, reported a new bill, enti
tled1' a resolution In relation to the opening of
streets;" which paised a first reading.
A mesasge In writing was received from the
Board of Aldermen proposing a joint meitingio
this Chamber, for tbe purpoie of qualifying Jlilty
A. Shlnn, Hq, a member elect of that Board,
which was read, and, on motion of Mr, Tenny, a
ami. (i In writing was cent to the Board of A.
dermen concurring la the said proposition ol that
The Board of Aldermen then having assembled
in this e-amber, Walter f. Cox, Keq , l-reeidaat of
the Board of Aldermen, praeldiag. MfcaaUa
had the oatn oi omce aumuusierea w tarn ey wi
H.Tenay. sq , a Justice of the peace for the eo.r
of Washlngteot after which tha Joint Moetlag waa
dissolved, and the noara of AMemea wttautw,
ri r ' "- I--- j
ooi,tsb; opnr.' bwowijw.b wbi-u,
Pmtwt Va. W, tuoAlm illlw eed. Hrr Mo-
Haty, Tagreaeyt irtH i J BUtaroer, ro
ilttlag ff4HBgBeft,aMTera4 U"iUllt.rr
elslmsi which waa nad a first time, and the xrltk
il.ll IMmlil ssilnssill Isislslli
dsll. sxl aedClaeell. tela mU issisi
of their shutter box-) fromth. foot
aaked that the eemmltte. be dleehargM own th.
Mrtksr sjoanuraBbJ-bf tM BuB)eet(-which wai
The resolution la rslatloa tn tta.0Maf of
strMts was read a second and third ws. aad
- NHtlMttTrWattn MMM of
lumhet-aasl laepeeHoa .1 lath, sal shlaaies waa
take to. etsl derid.' aid aftef a suasion, aa mo
tion of Mr. Marbury, th. Board iourMd till
rrliy Bvenlag nekt,rat the ns I kdnKl r
.PouoB.,CAXBa1 Peter Tllxgerald ant Pat.
"nil", unumi muu saiiansn, aeuing
lleuorarwbinBHsaiis.1 tiasd tn. c.:rXi it
... .... MTTjrmH .iin.if- xicujisao ,
teamerttar, ck, Bklt.iUgbt;-'--': M
ehrs.. John C. Wrlchi. lanDaat Jamae bTbavA.
Bobbins, and: C B. MlQar, Crlbby,,w leek, hay
to GovernmenC . il , r .
sebr. Melt., Bleed, Aanlmessexi wood.
Bohr. Jno.ll. Mdlf ,Whelg,ort Depealtfwood.
chre. a II. Baldwin, Ka.wltoninsaaeraa-
ton, Hervey, andSAhaa, rord,WeaagM light.
aenr. nuraev sieri. nsnoy, ai.x lUgnt. r '
" BergMUH. Vanderipe, uu)ktoiinuIn;i,
Ifoos., Aqula Creekt light
Bart A. Newcomb. Bundr. Kew Tarki bar to
Goverameat. .''. '
; Barge Henry Clay,' (kinds, thill hay (. Oovt.
Bene Steele. Haaer. Trenton. H. J.ihar ud oal.
to Govt 4 in- j ,
Barge t F. Peik, Guest, N.V., hay sad oats to
Oovt. -,,', , ,
JUrg. Lady of, the Lake, Herald, Alex.) hay to
Govt, ' i . '
Berg. Palo Alto( Heokett.'Alex j pain to Oovt.
ABBBtTBSKB DllLOTALTT.J. VlnCCUt
TBylor, of Georgetown, was arrested yesterday by
Col. Crew, sor uttering disloyal aeartlsseata. He
waa committed to th. Old Cepltol prison. '
Tub NAtioxii TJnon Lbaoob l bold
publis meeting! rrety TUUDAT XVIMIMO,
In their Halt, Ml Klatn itnei. Tho. wui be
peecbee, National longs, Aa. The reading-rooms
open every evening. , aprt 4w
Jams. A. Brown, Ceq U duly authorised and
accredited ad an Agent to Solid! aag reeetvs sub
scriptions nod contributions In support of ths Na
tional Union Laagn. Iteadug Boom.
r - Wat, BIBB, lTe.ld.nt.
To Coxsoti rra. Th. ndvettlser having
been restored to health in. a few weeks, by a very
simple remedy, after having Buffered severe! years
with a sever, lung aOeetlon, ud tbat dread
dlseAse, consumption, le anxious to make known
to his feUowufferer he means of sure.
Toallwhoshwlr. It he will send a coot or th.
prescription used (free of charge,) with the dlree-t
uone,ior preparing ana using tbe same, which
they will find a sou Csnn for Gonamt io.
Arrim a, BaoacHiTis, Ae. Tbe only object of lb.
advertiser la sending the prescription, le to bene
fit tbe afflicted, and spread Information which h.
conceives to be invaluable, and he hopes every
sufferer will try Ms remedy, ae It will cost them
nothing, and m.y prove r blearing. '
BSV, COWARD ATlTIUON,
. WllUnmsburgh, Kings couaty.Mew iork,
my iam t m.
Editob or Hb roxiicAB Dot Siri With
your permlielon, I wish to say to th. readers of
your peper that IwllTeend by return maUto all
who wish it (free) a Recipe, 'with fall Erections
for makings and using a simps, TSBSIslls Balm,
that will effestnally remore, Ta tstZSTJlmole.
Blotebee, Ten, Frecklee, nad nil UqanrtteoTtne
bsiutlful.'1"1 "" "" r," .-h,d
I will also mail ire. to tbo kavtag Bald Heads
or Bar. Fecee simple dlnstlMa sissf Islnimnlliiii
int wm ca.Die mem so Stan a full arowtb of
Luxuriant Hair, -"'-rrr ntj xfemnasVs.UI.il l
mall without .barge. ,c .. i '
suapecuuiir yours, tt.
ik, . . TUOt..THAlt, Chemist,
JeOTtmd No. Ml Brsmdsr. new york.
Tm DiSBASBS or rasa tT.u ajij
eJ-. John fcOgden.lt gi. nsrtkor aad.
tHviiamwg wi un mtmtwm wuilt MVWT fnJUM
Tiiiubl work U luued amd Mai tertk U bco.1
Ilk of ufffcrlnr humultjr. It tfMli U alBpIo '
.-!)- Vn ii am ailMI
SBtiAK B.mlsimKI lstoh-.s
with B desire to read my work shall receive a sai I
V" wK.i ,' """ aii, nee oi eaerge
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No. to Nssn St. Mew York.
L7 Tni COBTBaaiowa awn Iiamimw r
A iVAUD. rubllahed tor th. kaaeat, and as a
warning and a cautiob to too. hib who suffer
from Nervoue OsbUity, Prematura Decay of Man
hood, etc , supplying al the acme Um. nit hears
or SXIjr CVax. Br on. who ha. enraA MmuK r.
"L"!'"'' 5 expjnas aad Injury through ,
medicauiumbug and qunckery. '
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fluloktit ud uftrl root to tho KortbwMt u
wuB2wi" .wowuo-fn iimiu OAUf . na on, o.
fflW oMUwMio.tlo t Govormmtat ntM U
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d-ngtrim ttelr lth brpatronlilnx anjr of tn
mtthodt ml by tho advartlMsT. and by bundr. dt
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velopo bearlnf your addrata. , IHrMtto
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And a corrective of tha Debility aad Gastric Fever
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A. M. B1NNINOER a. CO . 2X7 Penn. av.
C. J. NAOLK, 280 Penniylvanlaavenue.
A. JOHNSTON e. CO , St Pa. avenue.
C. BPENGLER e. CO , S4S Fa. avenue.
a. v. okriiTT a. ca . amamtown. D. C.
And at the head depot and sole agency, I
WASHINGTON BOTTLINO ESTABLISHMENT J
VJO a wrt4t,oio9rm r ounecmn mno iimn tirrri.,
(South of Willardi Hotel,)
WashUgton, D. C.
3 Nit. rKnrLI Avcnt.
Family orders delivered at any part of the city, I
uoerai allowance mwi iur .ne return ikhum.
UBLIO NOTICE IB
1 GIVkN tht tha di
GIVkN that the practice of depoelling flltjl
rbbage, or rubblih of an
aw -loner tha line of the VV
along the line of tbe Washlogtoa Canal, miel
uuail, ear iuuuiiu Ul BUT UIIDIlUllUUi .,.-. I
be diaooatlnued and all persons eo oObodlog vn
be piosecutea to the fUUeet extent oitne law.
Coiaar of Waihlnaion Canal.1
p Ii B IS 0 11 1KB BUNA.
A Freaeh. lady, from Parts, would like to l
struct a tew ruuua in tne rreaea uuiguage.
tiler t Ha. eo ralTiilm, -Tent.-, betl
Tweinh aad Thirteenth rt Je36-4U
e or aar.1. lndudlnr
skaeea. Nervotls IMbtUvy, bdlgaetlon,
, laeanllr, WcaHag Doiii, Tmnotencr!
e giving sar speedy, aad S0sesal pr:
Dtlon. for tneip m& - .IitiJ