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WABUINGITON, D. a
TUE3DATiitmiummtmnmi JUNK 14, 184
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KLKOTIUJI, KUTKHOKH B, 1804
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
"THE CRISIS WHICH THRRATRNPD TO
DIVIDE THE FRIENDS Of T1IK UNION IS
"tSftlll XOTRKTtlRHTO SLATERT ANY
PERSON WHO I FREE BY THE TERMS OF
THE PROCLAMATION., OR BT AST ACT OF
I riorum full parpov to all who
fOLKMNLT SWEAR TO HHNCEFORTH FAITH
FULLY SUPPORT, PROTECT, AND 1EPEND
THk CONSTITUTION OP THE united states
AND THE UNION OP THE STATES THERE
UNDER," ABKAIUM LINCOLN.
MeCUCLLAN'S "ADVANCING "
Tb Albany rjrws (copperhead) announced
a few days since thst "the nearer Grant gels
to Richmond the Dearer he wilt come to where
McUlella stood" whca "the Administration
withdrew his advancing arm We."
"Advancing' U good. McClellsn's adranc
log on Richmond was Tory ranch like the
toada attempt to escape from the well. The
more H tried to jret ont the more It didn't.
McClellen did his advancing backwardly. lie
tnirchrd his whole army tip to the works of
Richmond to receive the shock of tattle from
Lee and be whipped hack at terrible expense
of life sod limb, to oar gunboats ft Harrison's
Landing. Grant, on the contrary, struck the
rebel army a Mow on the Ktpldan which stag
gered It Into the Wilderness he whipped It
through the Wilderness into the works of
flpotujlvanlaj he forced It ont of the works of
BpotU)lvanIa by etrstejry, whipped It badly at
Cold Barber, and hurled It, after repeated
blows, against the works of Richmond, where
Lee finds himself not only " embarrassed" and
unable to extricate himself, tat with an army
terribly reduced In numbers, without prestige
of success, without reinforcements and dis
heartened, while Grant has an army flashed
with rlctoryand numbering now as many men
as when ho crossed the Rapid an'
Messrs. Copperhead McCIellanttes, be care
ful how yoa make comparisons.
CatoMtitatl-m awd nomatlra.
The Senate Military Committee favor the
Abolishment of the 9300 commutation featnr
of the enrolment law, wllh the exception of the
chairman, Senator Wilson, who ha giver no
tlceofhts Intention to offer certain amend
menti. The effect Is to give $100 bounty
to drafted men at the end of one year's service
and a proportional bounty for a less time, if
honorably discharged before the expiration of
the year. lie also propose to engraft on It
ft provision for voluntary enlistments Into ret I
farentaof other States from Btatea In Insurrec
tion, and for securing the freedom of the wives
and children of colored soldiers thus enlisted.
Tlao Loral Pv-a-asylr-mlaata,
Jndga Wm. D. Kclley, Hon. O. W. BcbofUld
and others will Address the loyal Prnost lva-
hlans st the Union League R"oms to-night.
A Tharottsjh and Slag-ant Kalabl ihmtPt
Wh U ta Bltiai(irt, In stenaara upon tl e Na
Moral G iventlon, we bad oeeas'oa to t sit tte
elrga t now saloons a d retsurt r muh A
Par s, Ilt Weit Bait Ira r itrest It Is on or the
os s mplete rsUbl sbmoMs ol the k'nd io the
tonntrv and fefle srrdlt alike upoo the ynurr
rtrtttoii Attd he Monameatkl dtf There is
DclBoal'VDl d feellcf eomea OTr one ss he !'
in ibs eiquii triv eonatruoted, airr, eleRiiot iv
lonns, itkiibt eovaredwlih tlfin wh'ti lla'o,
Upon w hi ire lid fleta 4lfhei aid cleQii-
fclaj,and ditcimti the vrlou wcllioabcd rari
ties prepared ciMt j u you order- them, anri
W la Ssr-c-rdance wttb the Wf7 (' of the eock
Th rarest delloaslts to be found la the mukct
are furelibtd the guiti Smith A FrU
The isrraBts uatfersiaud tbetr bualoest. ere
prompt, oet In appatranee obliging n1 p.-
ui. mm fur riSAiTimnre in ai trcilrlj to
fmltb Si FatU for their ere mi, fruit, confectlon
arlcs end olbtr detlcadei, ai the faithful f to the
altar It Is the pUe whern ta devotrei of fai
oaea, ?outMwpi( fowl, rare bhd4 mimi If tbev
do oot partike of the ' wte nf if " lbet i ever
fall to devour the ehnleeat fltb that iwlm Io them,
f their tb rt with " 4 y erteoar," eiehaoie
MBpiincDii wuo ins rprkiin "W ldow ri(a,ufit
lass a Caw " Mefiogu kliaet," aod ftp tba ehmta
with a am ill eup of tbt purs es re of Jti
R-eden, when )ou io to Baltimore, tsll at 111
Miss Laura C. Rfddin, whose poems wrl
tan over tn m ! ot Howard Ottndno.
ha nfuio bnueUuur readtri b Just anlvcd
lathaeitjr. Sbo la reading the proof iheeta cf a
Toliimt o( her i'0trr ntltlfd roema f lb he
ba lion " to t printed I tba fanoua MKlveralde
Preaa " la Cmbrldjt, Mate l-iom the idrance.
atuale wahava been aermlt'idto Mmii u .
tartalo treat eipeetsllona of a valubia eontrtbu-
lion oiDeu'fraiurecnxneaar hud their pet
Is beauty aod teoderoeas of eipreaalo , the poatu
ml thia j andaoaia and allied lad? eomblna detrpp
of maeeullna stranrlh rartlf obirrtd In tba writ-
Ufa w wonrn.
Gnn. Cbittiitdrp. aecompanled br Mai
a ford, C pL jtnex and Cat. MaOook, member
oraia aiir, ieii ivwb jvaiviuaj w repoia mi uid
Mas. Sciav Wasdisotop, wlft of Col. John
C WsihlLjton, dltd at bar raaldcnaa on Mount
vsmoa, near Alaston, r, v , on aba utn uiv.
Baltimore coonty has now thirteen paper
mills within Its Jim lie, several Iron establish
ments, a Urge number of grist, merchant and
taw mills, b number of cotton fsciorlis, with
many other establishments chiefly driven by
water power. There la much water power la
Iht county rataalalnf rmlmprsTsd,
From tba Armpatf the Potomac.
Writr HntTBE. Jnna 11. 1RA1 FrvlMna
Is quiet along the Chlckahoralny. Onlv the mediately Assembled and greeted the Secretary
occasional reports of cannon lnorm nsof the with lonarnir. .. aI, vi. ..
near preeence of two powerful armies. There wlUl l0ttaeertwhen homada disappearance
has been extenslra manenTerlnir nt trootia tn t to HpOa W tho compHmenLi Mr. Chase BO
our Immediate front, apparently shifting from
mi io rmni. ine ravairy cors irainsnurriea
tn the hearts of many. It was thought they
ourriea inio toe intrvncmnenu to aroiu being
captured A story was rife that a heavy force
of rebel cavalry was coming on a raid that
our siorts at this place were too strong a
temptation for their weak stomachs. We have
a considerable number of troops here, and the
main army is wiuio easy marcning distance.
Any raid upon this place would bo attended
with great peril to the assailing party.
I have noticed rebel papers of the 6th IntL,
herein they acknowledge a defeat, near St sun
on. bv our troop under Hunter. Oar ravalrv
has Lot teen heard from offlclally. Dame Hu
mor said Bherldan had formed a Junction with
Avcrlll, and was swotplntf Fltzbui(h Lee before
him. 1 his being good news, we would like to
oentToii. k 11. MCU,
(ln tiutlar'a Command tnlet.
Fortrfss MoNRoa, Jnne 133 SO p. tn.
Tho steamer Thomas Powell haa lat mrrvA
from Bcrmudn Hundred, and reports all quid
In fl(i. Butler's department.
No Intelligence from flen. Grant Ills sup
pumrviii gowuim viame wnua nouse ana
Arreit f Harht Stnrmr.
New Tore. June IS United Btatea M arahal
Murray wss arrested to-dsv bv the sheriff of
itrtxar. county, nn a warrant lasm-d under an
Indictment of the grand Jury of that countv.
for kidnapping. The matter will probably be
iibukcuiu tuat iao jiannai win oe riieaaca
on bts own recognlrince to appear when
Frra Ska Kebel Pre a
From th Rlchmoni h tln-!,Joce S.J
ADMIRAL VARRAOt T rLBRT.
An oflctsl dlnpatch received at the War Do.
partment Baturdav evenlnir statea that Admiral
Farragut had arrived off Mobile with a fleet
consitiing or sixteen large ships.
I from the hlehmtiid enilrel, Jnne 1
TOR CAPTCRB OF THB UH1TFD STiTIS 8TRAUIR
Tba following official dlanitch his been re
ceived by the honorable rtccreUry of the Naryt
n n n u , ia
Ho. 8 R Jtfa'Vy, iftffrore fiatyt
Bint I havetbd honor to report that an rxpe
dttlou from my cornmsud. noder Lieut. F P.
Ptlot, Confederate State Navy, lat night car
ried, by boarding, the United Halt a steamer
Water itcb, near UtAahaw Sound, after a bard
CM Oar os Is the call ant LUnt. IV lot,
Moea Dallas, (colored Pilot.) and three mtn
Uled, and teu to twelve wounded. I will
telegraph ou more In deull at the earliest
I am, very respectfully,
W. W. HiTirTlB, Flag Officer.
The Petersburg Ktprtu save that the Water
Witch was a somewhat dUtfoaTuUbed craft In
the old nary. Shefiienrod. some Tears before
the war, In the Paraguay expedition, to ttoulh
America. She must be a pretty substantial
vessel, and htr captnre Is a brilliant affair.
From tbe Hie noon 1 xi luer, Juae 6
TUB JAMES niTIB.
The water of Jamt river Las been low and
muddy for some time past. The Islands sad
prominent rocks slaud out In bold relief. The
tuning business lias been nearly suspended
since Beast Butler Aral made hla arJDcarance
on the south aide. In the markets wo occa
sionally see minute bunches of horrlnics, cat
fish and pvrcb, ai hlh price. A ftw stur
geon were shown yestirdayand tbe day before,
out iucy wrro bohd poiu ai oigu prices,
from tbe Rkhwo id Seat net June 6 1
CONTRADICTION OF TBR IVPhlS'THMIlfT Of TUI
MATUB Or B OI1MOND.
The report stmt by lluiler to Now Tork, and
brought back to us by the Times, that the
Mayor of llichmond has been thrown Into
t'a tie Thunder fr propnalog to surrender the
city, waa started hcie atmul a week ago, and
had a conaiderablo run amongst the villainous
old hags whose hunhauda have gone over to
tho Yai krte, and left them to be supported by
public and private chsrltyi but Itnever extend
ed beyond that cJasa till one of them carried It
to Beast Bailer. We wish devoutly that they
would all gopvrrto the Bast In a body. It
would be a tery great relief to tbe treasury, and
onsble ns to atteod better to the wants of Indl
gent 'smlllea of pur soldiers. They might lull
the BtMst whatever they pleated.
OBBBliAL 1X GSTKBBT'S WOUNDS.
"Lvaciiauao, May 13, ISM
ToJl,tA li Umgytn-tt
" My wound Is severe, hut not dsngerous. It
Is through the neck and shonlder. I am Im
proving. J. LO"03TR8BT.M
KISTOn UFTHEKKVrLUONi ItaAntboraand
Lvuii DyJrabi It (j djior. FuUett, Ko
l.f kCo, ew York, PuMlahera S-ud in
WihlrgtOM by Hudaoo Itylor, Sit Feaciyl
This Is an octavo volume of 600 pages, tie
reuH of three sesrs' careful labor by the dls
UncuiBhed author, lately deceased, to Indicate
th- troth and to place historic facts btforu tbe
reader In compact form, respecting tho causes
icd authors of this bloody rebellion.
The work sets forth the doctrines which con
stituted tho moral and political bits of the
government. It delineates tbe gradual pros
tltutlon of governmental powers to the support
of slavery, by legislating Tor the rctnrn of fu
gitlve slaves, for cetablUblag slsvery and the
elave trade In the District of Columbia, on our
Southern coast, aod In our Territories, add the
effirts of Miner, Adams, and Blade in behalf
nf freedom, up to the tlroo the anther entered
(Jocgrt-M In 1834 From that period, he g vis
an Inrldo view of those scenes and Incidents
occurring daring his te-tn of service a a mem
ber of Conttrus, whUh Imparl a thrllllog ln
ten st to the history of tn so times.
The memorable trial and triumph of Mr
dams the a ithor's arraignment, censure,
resignation, and rc-tn trance into Congress;
thu fatal policy of annexing Texas the enr
rapt manner lo which a vast territory, free
under Mexican laws, was surrcndereJ to Tex
an slavrryt and the more unhlnshlog drprav
ty by which the people of the free ttii s were
compelled by Congnss to pay tbe debts nf
Texas, are brought to view. Tbe Important
defeat of theBIava Piwer In Its efforts to es
labllih slavery In California, In the annexa
tion of Cuba, an 1 In attempts to carry Its dea-
po Urn Inta Kansss, aro stated. Thu civil
wsr In Kansas, the secession of several B atcs,
and tho commencement ot the great rebellion
of lbOl, are given i and the work concludes
with tbe Proclamation of Emancipation of
January, 1S63, when tbe conflict became liter
ally a tecond varfvr ifu right of human nature.
The Hep tlllona of lllatorv
T tkt Editor ef tKi km York Ti nt r
" History repeaU ltfelf " ' And there Is no
new thin it under the sun."
For tbe original of tbe Cleveland Convention
seo 1st Samuel, t&l chapter, 2d vcrsei
"And every one that was In distress, and
every one that was In debt, and every one that
was discontented gatnerea tnemseives unto
hlmt and he bcamu a Captain over them; and
there were with him about four hundred men."
A UONBTANT ItKADSlt.
Tna Britisu Pass oy Gen. Gramt's Cau
n ion. The London Dally A'cwi says i "Grant
puBEceari muuary skiji ana moral power w men
hart) been hitherto unttnuwn on the Federal
aide. Fren tbe brilliancy of Lee's achieve
ments does not surpsas the masterly skill with
which Oram haa arranged the combined move
ments of troops from the frontier of Georgia
to the banks of tho Potomac. The crushing
rigor WU.CU oas airecteu nis mows in inc tieia,
and tbe doggudtenacltr which refuses to admit
rfU..Ui-. nrr.f a him t hunt th Vlt,M .tm,.
iue ncceaaiiT vi rei real, ur iua iodbidiiiit oi
In fact. Grant has fixed bis teeth in his ad.
r -". . . . ... ; .:. ..:
VAntr mnn faith alMarilMia ttnf1tv hn 1-1 Intra
to hlrai nor have all the tfforts of Southern '
sklU and all the desperate courage of Boutbern I
f kill and all the desperate courage
ehlvalrv been able to shake off
chlvslrj been able to thske off the tdTiiStrinlU"lJlSini'miSi
Northerner, or eves make him relax his
retarVChaa B trek Mad.
I Laft CTenlng the excellent band attached to
the 105lh Ohio regiment serenaded Bccrctary
CnSSO at his residence, and a lanro rrnwA lm.
knowledge the honor paid him la UiC follow
"I am clad to meet tou. fpllnw.rlt1zena of
ftM nun. rli ' i t
vuiui tiuna mo ro an tau;crij luniiajf tur
prospcroul results of tho gallant efforts now
maaing ror toe suppression or the rcbeiuon. l
am so anxious (that X prefer to wait for the
nappy consummation lor wnicn I most deronUy
Drar. looking tO'lllffl'Bloaa who caattdTawa
iae victory, ratner man mage ipcechca upon
what ta Ir.n.nlrf.i. 1 '
. "" ""
IA Toice: "There's no bad newsT"
"There Is no bad newt. AllthAtiMilumn
Kverywhere there Is hope; everywhere confi
dence. But, how can we fed like talklne when
erery message bring ns tidings of some dear
reiauve wnonaswa down his life npon tbe
altar of his countrr onr crmntrr. flnlvadav
or two ago a near and very deir rclstlvo of
jour rpeaaer gave np nls life
us toes waa a mint? one; It came home to
me. But hewss no dearer to me thsn others
are to their relatives. For the nr-ent m Im.ri
itni mil m Borruw ana anxiety ior too result
to admit of my speaking, as I otherwl-o might,
ofthewarand other mstters. Bat Hook with
confidence mr success.
11 My friends from Ohio, we hsvfl rcoon to
be proud of our State, when the gslUnt Grant,
our own gallant Sherman, and others aro so
nobly leading, and so jnsny of her sons so
bravely fighting among the hosts of freedom.
Ilow glorious Is the record of Ohio tn thta
struggle ! Flow proud we should be of our
nooie uovernor ana or an our people, when
they are among the foremost. of the defcndt.rs
and supporters of Ihe Union, both at borne
inn id ac ueia.
" I rejoice that It devolves upon me. how
errr butnhlr. to mntrlhnto In this irlorlnua
struggle'. Not otllyliss Ohio contributed her
inn I'roporuon 01 men. now reterscs. nnt sne
has scut her thlrty-fl re thousand hand red -d tys
meo. AtM whA are these? Vby, tlie Very
Choicest ef her eons, her most precious offering.
They are men Y.ry maryo? whom I Vaow
wei:. They leave every walk nf life, giving; np1
tbe p1eaan't homes and the most Jucratlro
pursuits, not going to coiurnand. but to rebrc-
sent her In thq rank and file.
Hod bless Ohio and her brave men In the
field. OM bless onr count rv. Let ns trav to
hlra that he will give hr deliverance and se
cure to us the permanent blessings of free
dom." A ilaeematMaaance.
The Leslie arrived at the tard this morning
from tho lower Potomac,
A force of seven bimdrcdi composed of tho
acamen and soldiers, bad lately startod on n
It would not be proper to state now In what
direction they have gone
PnnUhnaawt of OnstrllUa.
The bill which baa passed tbe lions pro
vides as follows t
That the nrovlslona of the twrntv.flrat a an.
tlon of an act entitled "An art for enrolling
andialtlotroul tho National farcpa. and foe
other purpoeea' approved third March, eight,
een hundred and slxty4hrcd, shall apply as
wcii vi iqq aemeucos ot military caumissmns
as to those of courts msrtUl, and bLreaftcr
the Commanding General la tho field, or the
commander of tho Department, as tho case
may oe, enau nava power to carry Into execu
tlon all sentences against guerrilla, a, and for
rohhery. ar-oo, burglary. rapi.Asa&U with
Intent to commit rape, and for violation nf thu
lawa and customs of war, aa well aa sentences
against spies, mutineers, letrter and mur
derers. Bee. 2. That cverv officer authorize! to order
a general court martial shall have, power to
pardon or mitigate anv DunlthmLntorder.d bv
such court, Including that of confinement in
the penitentiary, except tho sentence of death,
or of csshlcrlug or diamWlop an officer, which
seutenc4 s U shall be comp text durlog tho con-
i id nance or tne present rLbolllou ror thu uea
ersl commsndlni tbe arrav In tho field, or the
department commander, as the case may be, to
remit or mitigate; and tho fifth Auction of the
aci approrea July sevemocntn, eighteen hun
dred and sixty two, chapter two hundred and
one, be, and the aamo la twcW repealed, so
far as It relates to sentences of Impflson-
uicui. io iue pemicuuary.
The srlcndld railroad bridge over tho Wabarti
river at Attics, Jpd.t was partially dcstro'xt b:
Are on Monday morning last. All the covered
portlou west of tho draw, save pne section, was
burned. The. burned nortlon. Including the
trestle work, was about a r jurth. of a mlloloug,
and to replace U will cost from 50,000 to
f 80 000. '
On the C3d ultimo. Mr. Condon, the editor nt
thfl New Orleana PlrauH-t, was ordered by the
Prorost Marshal rtr (bat place to prepare to
leave on tbe following day for Paseagoula.
Gen Bowen, however, modified the order for
his banishment, so as to- allow him thtf privi
lege of going to any foreign country.
Oenerat Orders. No. 14. from tten.Bherm&n.
prohibits th 'disinterment or bodice nf de
ceased offleers and enlisted men south of this
latitude, until after the let qf October next.
Cariotta and Adeline Paul. Nantler, Didle,
Tamberllk and Uenconl, and William Vlueint
Wallace, are among thu latest musical arrivals
New Torx Boijusbs' Aid Association.
This AutfUtlou meiopursoaaa wlta adiour
roaat, tfAtuidFCVn!L,6 p m at Smta4's Kll
Th COmmltte Snt. lnfeil .1 1 itmMlnrlAniml.
nate rmra, tulmltted thetc rei rrt, vft tth. a! i r
UtMgtt, aq; Tieaur r . n Si . Id D L.
S lauert Or i toi i li t; Sesr fy V j i r jt.
i.q t lieao'd n HecrrtvY
e utfve Cnniilrtt 1 v
T.rt t 1 v
e uMve Ctftiuilrtfe 1 V D-id Vr , -ol j'htr
Hi-vlie,!! H ierry II (, Jiyne U U Moriaa.
Cha'l&i H. Braeh. Irtk O. odnnw. t. itiatt .t ..t
re Fretldtnt, on takkor the chair, id reisrd'
tbe noolttioi rifl In ttf d to i's Mtts
U1 Nrtrth thHte Airsn. Ilna ealU.1r.ii hy
thePmldaattocxu an to the Anoeittlon h&n'
it efiilt) bf it noo;rt wittiUm UilttokUcU la
aalil thai alolrai-il wniin 1H ..I I . 11..V...1.
re-p itd-d, r I fp e the oprrsMoDi of hi 4
"nj-wiif imiTtii it una tiki wii ieii
uidoi for ihs wa'ti of uirn a te frftfti r(J
itd trial hntet iu smrxiNi tin ibw u tat lu
iu'H-.t-Jf -li.Mi.e batLftiorthe Wmi-raeii.whsi
rrl4 on the jcrouu tn dvnncv ( w I iatt alt
fr.im 1 rtth-r ttef and wre at nc naod In
rh -oMh-hi n'tal nt VmlcHok-Mite VU
a Urge numrof nurttf Mid a auatltjr nf iuj
I llf i, h it ihtt ( n ae on t of the lrite tuiuh r if
ounJrd, uxij sutlrret fur tbe wntof at teat to
Ho x,il Infd Irtiilr ora loot t f th- Acencv m!
other Iof -htre the wrrnd lire rrn re
ol pd He tut ft) that his finrla wre aiupl,
utemen iradv to'cotollis front on anil, kihU r
u 1 aj mai'Qi'lif CU'llll Hi d DT 11110 lit IB'
iiiufrlltr lick ana wound tl (jldlrts ti It ei v-
t?rl huaplt Is a d flad rut tteir nrsniittti aud
amlnliterto thetr want -pt-,.i mnrede rnJ.
edi u tboxprtiitoiof tVtuithy with tha iiett
and wounded oftratliuci thin the Uttowal of a y
TLt oil twlot rei lu loo was then alopt d
Reiotrtt, Thtthe rxtcutho CoairaUtfi to In
structrdtodiviia - p aani niioMtloailn coojua
Hoo with the Mate ajtrot, ty which ho at.i trie
A locution eiD beat s-ow rata lu a 4d,t the slik
an I wnutklcd 'tHitr frooi flcur t ot k.
M C. Ja lubmllird a rft, ort from Stona (
pita) c ol It ho 8 Dorranen alio submitted a re
port from Htmtnarr Hoi Ital
Tha AMOtiiatloa am aolarctd io nuaUrr, nn t
many rolunlcers oirund tbrmicKca miaute
m it, aud uauj to visit regularly some one of the
The Pnahlfnt wst empiwerfd to call meetloKB
of the AaaoolaUm, and at hU suvgeition it at
Jonrnrd for ols wetk, to saoet at srae i lace and
Ford's Nbw TmiTitr. Tho drama of
vucit" i'i 09 rrpaaitd ro-niKiu wita ion Tj
lor'a exquhlta cornel ofwBal's tutta Weo fl
CiNTBRmjRT. The drama of "Cu IJo's Cave"
sad the btlsaee of the splendid bill offered at the
L-anterbury la drawtna crowded houaea nlgtitlv
Thta isthfUitweakof M'Jle Haval,au41nrpr
lormsnaeon the roualaoca of tha moat arsMiful
aud d ring ertt wifutweJ Mulllgao, Aval,
Iut;bsriv. Williams and the entire oomptoy la
sin sirtrslititrj III tiul.lit Ha.II fm.i.t tl,. n .(
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ar: uri amiuiuatv HtlKla'tOUt
iin H c q IULI .HI) IBBiThB
Over oi owded last night tu aee I ttt Slmiuojn1
! -n...ttn .,..!
drama, " tha aaveoth 8 fret t
rir.aa liaft tr.at t.nlnn n,l..t., ill.l I I n...
steueryaBdwr.etslp It T(ibutui.ir'voiie.,ili.
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hall she v,
FOUR O'CLOCK. P. AI.
Another TJlek.. Ilttnn.r D.atr.red
The Naty Department received Information
to-day that on the 3d instant the United States
steamer Wamantta, stationed at Georgetown,
S. C, chased ilde-wheel'steamer till the ran
ashore, Bheprovcd to pelheltoee.of London,
with an assorted cargo. After a frnttleet effort
to get btt afloat, the was destroyed.
An Onflow. The Committee on Election!,
In their report In tho case of Gcncralt DIaIr and
Schcnck, express the opinion that when tho
lime arrive, at which the duties of two Incom
patible officers are by law are to be diacharged.
man at liberty to thooee between tho two) aa
effectually declines one not entered npon by
continuing In the one already held as be would
vacate the former by enteric? npon the latter.
WnAT TBI CatiusTiix CoMHistion it Do
iko. The Christian Commission baa sent
through Washington and Baltimore over one
hundred delegates, since the chango of base.
to work among the wounded coming In at 'the
White ueuse t also large quantities of stores
Four teams have been purchased In addition
to tuoeo heretofore employed between ihe
v bite House and the front. At many at live
hundred boxes of stores have been sent In a
single day A steam-tng, achooner and bargo
are chartered by the Commission to transport
aiorcs irom Washington to the baso.
geer.l.rjr Cl... Npoch.
Wo gave, In onr first edition, a copy of Mr,
Chase's speech In response to the serenade
last evening as U appeared In a morning co-
temporary. Having been furnished since with
a corrected copy of Ihe speech, we tako nloaion!
tn laying It before onr readers
If 1 answer your call, my friends. It Is be
cause vour kindness requires It of me, not be.
cause I feel In the mood for rpoaMns to-night.
v... ... ....u,i-.u,i..il,, ubiuiB very mMincni, me
armies of the rebellion through tbn wimin inni
lln of operations from the Potomac to tho
v,imu".M'j7cni. r;ven now they miy he en
gsged In deadly conflict. Ererv Slav nimn.t
ev vy hour brings from tbe Held some dear
friend or deir relstlvo covered with noble
wounds, or brings news thst somo other friend
or relative not less dear has fallen In tbe light,
I'tTerlnr his precious life for the more precious
1tsn At" itla JSA...
mu s nig v"iiu.rj.
Mr thotiefcta nre with our soldiers In tho bit
lie, In the blronae, on the raareh In tho bs
pltil, orn their early, honored graves. A
Voice: "Is there anr bad newf1 Vn. nAl.,i
newsi no news but irood newj rettrrfin wwmi
news Is stdriefted bjthe lossof bniTemcn.
It Is but yesterday thatayonnir hero of my
own name and blood was borne hither from tbe
neldnoor Klthmondto dlo. At this moment
another relstlTerosts awhile beneath my roof
from sonrch Tor his braro boy, wounded tn the
Sdrne battle. And so It Is with ns all all hare
near friends, dror relatives, ho sleep their
last slwp, or suffer In hopltals. or still, foil of
ennrage- and hope and patriotic ardor, press
the enemy In hemic conflict. Our thoughts,
onr sympathies, our asplrstlons must be with
them, whether they follow persisting Grant to
the capture of Richmond, or Impetuous fiher-
man through Georgia to theoccam and wnn.n.
2.mli ?" tcpI rT m.ncth "Mk'ne- ' "' r. Alley .aid that, by tbls arrangement the
BIIII, let me eay n word of tho part oar dwn i Oavernnuat would save hundrudsiof, thou
honored 8lalo-for I tupposo you are, m-wt of ands If not millions of dollars. Finally the
you, Ohio men who stand before me takes In
iuu racrca couicst lor union ami freedom, I
have Just namedtyo of her sons who Kurt ir
two crelest armies, now drletnf rFh.iMnn ..
wo hope, to Its last extremity. I need not
uauw iuu uiatr great leaaers sue has p;lven to
the country nor need I remind you how. In all
the war, Ohio has been foromost among tho
rorcmost. No troops came moro promptly uu
the Oeld than hers) none from so great a dls
tance cayie to quickly to tbe defence ot this
naunaai capuat m mo aaric days of leOl.
No Stale, lu proportion to Its population,
his scot forth so msny regiments. From no
State has so manv'vcLerani rni.nll.LuH. .ml
lately, when Grant wsnted the trslned troops.
iii-u, .uo i.iu.'. .u- iiirt. wiidiu immeaiato
reach, for service In the Held, wh.t .t)irr ki.i.
than Ohio furnished her thlrty.Cve tbonsand
volunteers for doty In their rwm t I ksow
the worth of this oblation. I count puraonal
friends among the oOlcers and men by hun
dreds. I know from wbtt professions, from
What business, from what cmploymmts they
come, Every useful and honorable avocation
bas contributed lis quota. The best men of
the Slave m.koP tho, rank andlllo. Besjlmont
nfltx regiment of them have already uano to
May we not, then. Induliu an lumeat mM.
that Ohio Is our State I V, ho canhelp saylnif ,
from the wyjdvptha of his heart, Uod bless
Ohio I and God bkts hor glorious sons, who
take their Uvea In their bauds for the salvation
of the Kepubllel If oihir dutiua detain some
of us from sharing pcrsoually their trials and
dangers, la us so perform thtse duties thst we,
too, msjr.fcl that we havo douo something for
our country. Then Lrny mo Join, without
tuuiuu, ui vuuuiug me monuments or our
fallen heroat In wiltomlng homo tho bravo
mm who ruluni) and lu ripcatlcg to pblldrui
and to chlldrtnfs ch'ldrcn the great aets by
which Union and Liberty wire saved In North
Til. frXmout Ptule.
ThoDemocpits are bthavlng vcrynnhand.
tomely toward Mr. Fremont, llsvlng asd.ted
toplaeohlm la a poiltlon which, to almost
anybody elio, would bo embsrraislng at Itast,
ineyiuni against mm ana treat blm with con.
UD.pt, TakC, for cxamrln, the following from
Major Gen. John Charles Fremont accepts
tbe nomlnstlon for tliu Presidency, tendered
lilm by tbe convention, wlib tbe provision that,
If Mr. Lincoln should nut be nominate! at
il.-Ullmuie, tin will withdraw In faor of tho
"other man.'' John Charles knows that
Abruham Lincoln will be nominated, mil ha
wl.hi It known to tbe public that 1 1. objiri
la accepting tbe uominailou, and beoraint, a
candidate, Is that ho may rplU ibo Itepubllcau
ptrty )e tw.ln, and thereby defeat It.
IluwLVer desirable to Deniocrsta may I e the
ancros of John Charles' etratexlc movuncnt,
tie valuo of hu movement de oiids exclusively
n bis pmbsble means of accomplishing llm
end. Can John Charles muster enuup h votes
Incltlttrof the Now ugland Btstos to enable
the Democracy lo obtain clei torul vol s T Can
ho obuln any pumlar tcto In uny State to a
number that will enable tbe Pemocraey to
wlnt Cau he get twenty thousand voles In
Ohio! Can hogit tbe same number In Wis
conslu I or h-lf that number In Iowa, or In
dlana, or llllnolal Can be chango the result,
or render It c.rtaln against Abraham Llncolu
In I'tnnsylranla or New York! He frankly
adults by thu terms of his letter that be csn
not boileuofi he might have added thst ho
lannul get an electoral vote.
1 ho only State In which we think be can pot
elbly divide the ltepublleans to an extent that
would render the vote of thu State certain ror
tbu l)i mocrats la Missouri, and even that result
would be bUaloed there Just as well by hla nut
being a candidate as by his bulng one. On tbe
whole, we do not think the Fremontcandldacy
Is or sufficient Importance to the Kipnbllcan.
or Democrats to bo worth the lavor or dhfator
of either party.
Major General Hctiura
" MaJ, Gen. Carl Scbnrt It appointed u tin.
commaud of tho convalescent estop in Nash
vllle little more then n mythical Institution.
His predecessor was a csptaln." fowfu ille
Journal ofjuu 71A.
1 here Is not a word of truth lu the aboro.
Gen. B. left bis commaed In the Army of tbe
Cumberland In consequence of the cousolldv
tlon of the 111b aod Uih corps, and reported
to Geo. Sherman, who would havo given blin
an actlt e command In the Hold If one bad been
open. Unwilling to be Idle while walling,
Gin. Schnrs, by order of Gen. Sherman, under
took tbe formation of a large camp of Instrnc
tlon, consisting of a very considerable number
of new three year troops, then coming from
the Northern States.
This bodjof troops was Intended to form
nucleus ot a urge reserve force to be org
(xd hw. As It became necessary to scatter I
these reglmenta Upon a long Una of railroad,
ucu. o. uas kiu iejuiwu iuc urucra, iqu i
now waiting for a new command, Just as a
good many Generals, who are among the Louis
ville Journal' t favorltos. bare done Wore hJmi
He I J, therefore,tnelthcr appointed Io tho
command of a coaralescent camp, nor was his
predecessor a Captain, Inasmuch as he him
self formed the camp of Instruction snd. bad
no predecessor at all. JfoArtf& Timer.
Tuisitir, Jane 14, lf04.
Mr Ilmdrlcki, from tie ComniiUeo on l'ab.
lie Ltndt, rrportod faTorahly on tbe till to
grant to Callfornl. tho 400 acres of land con
nected with the penitentiary of that State, and,
It w1 paned.
Mr. Fcescndcn, from the Committee on Fi
nance, reported back the bill from the Home
Incrratlni; the dotlee pn Import!, (the tariff
unit nun varerai mcnomenie.
Mr. Wade called np the Ilouae bill to amend
the net to rroTlde . temporary government for
tho Territory of Idaho. It antborliei a re
apportionment of the Territory, under a new
enumeration to be made of the inhabitant!,
and flics tho election for tho Sd of October.
The bill waa passed.
Mr. Grimes, from the Committee on the Ulit
trlct of Columbia, reported back the House bill
to emend tho charter of tbe Washington and
Georgetown Railroad Companyi also the bUllo
Incorporate the Baltimore and Watblnf ten Do
not and Potomac Ferry IUIlway Company,
Mr. Morrill, from the same committee, re
ported back tlie bill for tbe proper organization
of the levy court of tho cotniy of Washington,
recommending ita passage.
Mr. Chandler, on thepart of theCoramlttoo on
Commerce, called np the bill to provide, for tbe
repair and preservation of certain public werka
cf tho United Btatea. It appropriate. 4S1O.000
for the repair of works connected with harbors
In the lake, and $100,000 for like purpose ot
tboseaboaid) and It was explained that while
much larger appropriations coold bo most ad
vantageously used, bnt It bad been de'ermlnod
to ask no more for tbls purpose at this time
than waa absolatcly Indispensable. The bill
The apcclal order for IS, o'clock, the bill to
ascertain and aettlo prlvateland claims In Cal.
Ifornla, (Involving tbe great Miranda grant,)
came np, and the pending motion to Indefin
itely postpono It was carried. It Is thus,
after the consumption of much time In re
peatedly dtbatlng, got rid of.1
Mr. TnimbuU called up the bill In relation to
the fee and emoluments of (he marshal, attor
ney, and clerk of tbe Supremo Court of the
District of Colambla, and fur other purposes.
Till. ..t...t.n.u 1.111 ..MU..I k. .. rI.ii.
- iih .uiimiui, wilt. icPvi.ru uj luu 1l.iriC.
Committee, waa slightly amended and then
passed, leaving the limit for the clerk's aalarr.
over and above Decenary office expensca
and clerk hlro. at IS.00O oer annum, to bo de
rived from tbe fee. and emoluments. Tbepro
Tlqlons as regards tho dotlcs and emoluments
nf the marshal and District attorney are In ac-
curaant. wiw previous acta.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. Allcv. of Massachnltits. from the Cnm.
wllloo on the Poat Office and Post Roads, re
ported a bill antbnrlalng and empowering tho
.ro.tmn.ter General, In hit discretion, to con-
braci vfiiu me present contractor, commonly
known aa the Overland Mall Company, for one
year from the 1st of July next, at the present
a Minnn.iiAii in.iv nt.K. jntn .u.k
resolnllon wss ordered to n third wniltnri hnl
not hsvlng been cngrQESed, it' went to thd
Mr. Hooper called up the Senate bill to re
strain specnlstlon In gold coin and bullion.
The Honso reconsidered the Tote by which It
was postponed and laid on tbe table.
Tho bill waa passed yeas TO, nsys 63j and,
as It has beeu smended, will of course havo to
be returned to the Senate,
The Tlonso wont into a Committee of tho
Whole on the stato of the Unlop, on tha bill
providing for the payment of sundry civil ex
penses, lucludlng the lighthouse establishment,
tha coast survey, etc.
M.w Yortx stock Mat.
- J ti People's T.l.jraph Lines,
omccteil Ninth street sad comer reaasilraala
rni). ao4 Sixth street.
ToClUAr. loir fj Pi.h. tlninn
New von central.,...;.",, ;:;nr.r"!"
-Hsrieni ...s.. ...,.7,'7.,v.......Tf.
MlthlcSi tentral... ' .:'J ...nV-.U...
Illinois ccntrj ..;..;;:r.!!::.; ;
tlevelsnj sad rittilure...................
cieei.nd ud ToWo".:" ": :..:.:
CTileaio and Hock rslail..."
!'i,iMri,l ft? W.1rnf' CMsafo'.!""":ilUH
Alton and TWro Il.ute... ,,,...,, 4'(
thicmniiad northwestern!:! ;.::::: :.: s-i
ulci""v" ,..,. lii
UtlHU NEWS rilUU KBHTIICKY,
llorgau'a n.b.ls 8ettrd-a.n, IIoLsoa
nua Starr Itee.ptiu.a. ,
LxxiroTON Kr., Jnne 18. Cspt. Dickson, In
a dispatch to Gen. Carrlngton, eaya Ucn. Bur.
bridge It now hero and reports the rebel force
out or ammunition, scattered, and utterly do
rauMlUud lu the fight at Cyntblana.
A dispatch from Falmonih, Kentucky, thia
p. m. sais. after thd Cvmhinna defeat, dim.
llohson and ran of his staff were sent, under
guard, lo Falmouth, Unt tho whole party wero
n captured by a scouting party, and nre now lit
lley Plrlne fr 'iXlehmond,
Tho rullowlnz are tho ditha In Hampton
liospltat Juno lSi Wm. Backers, HEd N. Y i
Win MeCall, 8th Conn.i Richard Williams,
4th U. S. cav j E. i. Varwcll, ISlh N. II.i T.
J. Brown, 7ih N. II.i D. C. SUlfkley, nib Fa.
J. Killard, ISSth l-a.i K. Darry,8tb N. V E.
C Rogers, ieih N. Y. batt.t Thos. J. Jones,
07th I'a i F. Clapp, 7lh Conn.i J. Flanocan,
7lh Coun J. Orlllllh, 7th Fa.
Four. i'. m The stesmtr John A. Warner
Is Jutt in from Bermuda llundnl. No news
froni that section.
Heavy firing was heard this mornlug In tho
direction of Jtichmond,
IUOM SOUTH AMKUIOA
AV.r nplrlt Drr.klug Out on tb. elne
Const l'cru Prep.rlnfr for ill. Can.
te.twltli Hpatu Her Boutli Aincile.u
n.lKllbors lll A..I.I ll.r.
Nbw Yohk, Juno 14 l'uuaina papers re
celved by the Northern Light give particulars
ol a lire nt Atpluwall on tlie 30th ult., which
destroyed two blocks, lucludlng the City Hotel
end seviral tine residences The loss Is heavy.
An attimpt to as.assluaie Musquira was un
successful uud the iissus.li). wiro arrested
Valparaiso daks to tin 7lb, stole that tho
wholo Chilian and Peruvian roast Is highly ex-
f lied at tbe reculit 8tiunl.h n, pnnntlnii .,r Dm
1 Lblucha Islinjs, aiid the tw o iiiinlstera ol Slalo
I nuil Fluaut irif Chill havo be n lorapelleil to
in 'iiiueniiies oy uitiumicy, ami in minis
The Chilian nnv isbuog auginenud, tbe I
frigate Chill is bun, utiuid, tlie prlui 1( il port. I
aro being fnrtlllcd, and larg ul irlptlois ,
being added to that or t outlets " , luie Ihe
country on a war rioting uii'f to aid Peru lu 1
resisting tho Spanish Invasion of Anierlc an In
dependence. Business at alpsrslso Is dull. '
Copper Is advancing.
The shlpSntan L. Htrgirald from Baltimore !
Tbe Peruvian works of defence and olfence
are rapidly going on. Naval vcssols aro being
Iron-clad, and a monitor Is soon to be Isunched. I
Tbe people are uuauluioua In the resistance of
Bolivia, Columbia, Equador, and the Argen
tine Republic are also preparing to assist 1'eru.
The frigates Lancaster and Bt. Man's were
at Callsn on the SSth nit.
Tbe Spanish Admiral and Commander were
burnt In effigy at Panama.
Tke President's Vlatt to th. Philadelphia
iPsnuDiLmii, June 14. The commutes ap
pointed to Invito President Lincoln to visit the
ilcntralFalr have received, telegraphic an
swer thst tbe President expccti to be able to
visit the Fair on Thursday next, the 10th lost.
Pnisoxiis :i IticniroitD. The Richmond
Jftamtrur of last Saturday taytt
Yesterday afternoon tlx hundred and ninety
fire privates and non-commissioned officers
and twelve com missioned officers were marched
Into Richmond frpm. Gen. Lco'a front. Tho
private ware -qtsrtnrtJ at Qrew'a factory,
Main street, below Twentieth, and tbe ofllccrs
cosimlttod to the Llbby,
The following are the names of the ofllccrs.
Cspt. D. B. McKlbbln, Htli rrgulsrsi Cspt.
Cbas. C. Dodte, 20!h Mlch.i Cspt. Henry R.
KcBey, 118th Fenn. Cspt. Gilbert Pcttlt. 1801b.
N.,Y, 1st Lieut. E.S. llnnllngton, 11th regu
Isni 1st Llent. Chss. L. Nogglo, Sd loranlrjl
M Lieut. Henry Gibbon, 140th N. Y Sd Lieut.
Sylvester Orossley, 118th Fenn.t 3d Lieut. Gen.
M. Curtis, 140th N. T. 21 Lieut. Hiram E.
Wentwortb, 14 Ih N. Y.art. Capt.W.B.Tossc,
Dm or Cot. L. M. KaiTT. The remains
of Col. Lawrence M. Keltt, of Booth Carolina,
who died lu this city from a wound rccelfod tn
ibo battle' of Wednesday, wero escorted to the
Danville depot yesterday afternoon, and de
parted en route for the Stato of hla nativity. A
portion of the Public Guard snd bsnd.wlth Ihe
South CaroBna congrcsslonsl delegation acJ
companied Ihe remains to the depot at escort,
tbe lstter offlclsllng as pall-bearers.
Col. Keltt reached Virginia but n few- days
ago as commander of the 30th Snath Carolina
regiment, one of the most complete regiments
In the service, numbering over 1,200 men.
Fresh from thamemorsbledefeneo of Gherles
ton, Col, Keltt was'Jnslly proud of bis veteran
command, and .bntned to lead them to glory
andrts.wn. lie led them, to both, but full at
the moment of victory, pierced by a hireling
bullet through tho lungs, dying In dsrrneoof
the capital of the confederacy, and pouring out
his blood on Virginia tolL Col. Keltt w 11 bo
remembered In the old Congress of 1S"i7-H aa.
tho colleague of the lamented Preston Brooks.
He was brave, talented, and chivalrous, and
fit type, and model of the Falmetto State,
TficAinONrf iframificr, Juns 11.
A ScHOtrriB Siizsd. The eihrsiher
"niRht" wss brought up to the city yMte Myl4
nviDB; dbbq oaiira ior nariae; on ooara wnuacy
not on tha tnamlfat. Tha eha,rtr iiartlrt an
bftrrt war parreTora to OeaDaro aide's Sev'--qautfrsa-wlth
a stock of frooda for tha opiaflrs v(
nurnai ica aiaa. Ail on poaro toe ! were
talten under guard to tha Proreat Marihtl'aof
floa and pave ball for their asptaraaoe wheo
wanted. They represent that tho aeizarnf tho
Sawel waa mad upon a mere techtatlv, n
wblla th?y had a few bottlea mora of wh.kkc tinta
appeared on thetr permit they had a lea qmntttr
or brandr barlDa; slmplr filled out the AnW-r
with whlikj hcsauie ther eon Id cot obutn auf
flotentquantltrf thoaortof braadr wanted the
dateotlmi to which tha Tea a el la aubjaotfd wilt
nilualtrge lot of oraofsa. letaou. era;a. rrveU
Met . ete. "
IiLixn Uall FiflTiTiL. Tho preseotslloa
of theallrer aerrleeto the iieeeiiful oantllati
took place lat cvenlnr. Qllts Robertann. t a
neat and ap rnDrlataapeeebtiireaeatedthran rice
to Mr Murtato, (who had recelred the tvtt
aaubex of totes,) and was reipvodefl o by that
This eTtottyr Is the last opnrrlunltr thft th
friends nf the dllTrrent auprrlntenJrnfs olii
nialawlll hare to vote for thslr f.ortt 4n4U
Tomorrow tttai&s the gr snd prornftdeton
attw)1 tkrf pjacf, on which occai onafillbrsaf
bud wIU heJn atUodance, satiated by pthfr toy
Dsatu or Ei Aldibuix (ionDns. Mr.
Jamai A. Cordon, an oM and ratieh-cataemaJ ettl
lea of thta tltr alt 1 at hla realdenea oh M atree t.
sear the Navy Vard gala Mr tiordoi. Iiiaaavfral
tlmca repreaentad hla ward lo tha City Councils,
and haalseeofor many yeara a skillful taeehnlc
luthe Waablogton Navjrrard Ho waaoneof the
oMeat offloeraof tba An to atlaVlr Cnnipanr, and
IhOr ensjloe hyuae la Leavtli'lrape 1 with 'be cm
berniof mnurnUg, In rcipeat Uttbe memaryof
thu deoeaaed. The funeral took place a VJl O'clock
Qcickct Dbtbctid Saioucl Job'tison, 'a
colored boatman wm arretted thtaaierpooo.b;
Offloer Pullin of thn Savrntb ward, on thtchargf
of ateallnf aill la Treaaury rotes frost L. L. Lo
land Tbe partlei were running, on yeatarsay. a
veaael loaded with wood, and I "ln 1 (trttlog druakt
was robbed by bis -rnrA"t.who touahtastlTsr
watch aa it C7I -worth of chthta as l1 n'imrooa
otber artielee with the money hartne; only 79
eents in- his poitri1on wbei nrrf atrv) Joanspa,
wai taken to the Tenth. irfftctnct iWtOAJiouit
The patrolmsaeompllsdrMin to take trtra to lha
irorrs wncTT no pnrenMeo hnicte. ana auooe(ird
In baring about t'Wof Ihemoperrrf jnde-l Ms
was cpDsmlttel to JsU for eourt by Ju-Mfii nja
well. POUCB IUrvntB Second Preelnrf Dai Id
Jfarrlaoo, fighting) a J. Mlehurl Rhar, tM do.
Thomas Uurr, Wm RngHah, RDd Wm Hoqohi'Uthj
uivvtuvi-ij vusuuoii 94 .arrci. puruni uvvTKr
Hammoa fllouih, Geo. Itdwirtls, Wm HtfartjS,
fUMaroa Suudayj (Beach.
TXtrd PrtcintlAium routi, stlUna; Mounr to
soldiers. tj alio, selllnr wtthrtut llina,
Hauash Younr, Urunkt $1'0 Geo eh ,..(
Ji3. Jno. Bilay, TlolaUogcoM)brit on nrdlnnncrt
isso, Thoa uopmre, maorderty $ m rtillip
Fourth Prrc.aef ltfcard Barrett. nulldotia ml .
chlefr $173. psolel Borlsod. druDkcnhrfi $1.
Patrick Hoke, do j do. Annie Laor, Uam triyi
do ffarah imlth, ifo j do. .
rtTA , Jrrf fttcf Itohert Cooper, disorderly ein.
dacfi aiss, lUadsU Smith, do Ul Usry araith.
, SlrtA Prtrfnrf-John Ternsy, drualci ti Fmma
TlAr, dlaorderly conduct j $t Hamilton Town
send, carrylog concealed eapona, 170
Uxnth Vrtcinct Catharine Black. aault and
battery i ball to keep the peace, Jamea Wilkinson
aod James H. WIlklDion, threats! do. Fltvarl
c Ulna, drunk $li8 J aeph Howard aod Joah
Traoey, do ( do. Johd Talbot, druak aud tl aur
k,tqih Frectnct JoTin W. Star, fraud Vtcroy.
Jill for court Wm. Msaterson, lnJeceotepowure,
S3 rente Thomaa Connnr. driinkennia. AS Oi
A inth frerfact Kllen ttoblnsoo. seUlnr iliuorj
vriiuuus usour, p.u, 4u. j. rop. secpiitK iivcrr
stable wlthoot licenie, as 83.
Tenth Frectnct- Anderaoa 8oott( grand Isreeny,
JII fop court John Nally.'ais-uit and b'tisry,
gltog CuoUds Adstns, profanity, flamucl
"Tosums. dlaorderly, $10 also tkerooatsof Tlo
Jeoca;ccurlly o keep the peace.
8aL of BeIl Estitb. Jas. C. AIcGolrc A,
Co. suit, ywtertlay afternoon. aaoMJ.rl k hotise
and lot o 't street between Nlnetaentli and 1 wm.
tith etra a to Wau II. Tbompaon, for f t.tw.
jLot on h, street, batweeo Eighteenth a 't N .
teeoth stie-tiato Ur. J. WlllUmi, for3lctii(i yer
f pt Lot on, lxth street, bstwceo L aod M atrrrs
to H Walker, for CO eents per (oot.
Thspt ot Monbt, Last nlfibt Berffeant Htp.
buru,of tba Tenth precinct, arreated a man bamed
Lawrence (('Lonacr on tha ehargo of stealing $9
troai tha trunk of a room-mate named John Fol-
cy ino moteynaaDeeapu.iQinetrilDKtWluan
waa broken rn ea and tho money taken out. lha
rocket book, In which it waa aontaLDed,waiaIttr-
arJa lound la the poaaeaalon ot the accustd. Jus
tl a Dvswcll committed him to jail for court
tura,i leoltatlons at tke First Baptlat c-olured
Ctiu eh thlserenloc. Ths eaereltsa will b ary
1 t retlog, conalaungof recltatloni and aaawera
t QuretlQna by twooolortd chirrea betwoeiten
and aluycn yea's of age,
A 63 i ult witu Stones. Richard Hstltr, a
c lored crt driver, was arreated tiatnrdty niter
noon by rutrolmsn Daane, of tba lalanri, diMo
charraof diaordaily coLdnet Ha was eniirM It
a flht, on Fo if and-n.half atret.wllh a tot her
driver named Job Wllllama, whom Iioatriifkon
th- ttad aereral iimaa with e'onee Ha waa tki
leforo Juatke Ooswell, who lUed Mm t0
Lanccsy or CLOTntwo, Mary Ilaccrtj xr
arrts ed ycattidiy, by "crgeant Cronln, i f lit
V uith ward, on the cIWr uf ite.l m lily a
clothicit v Mued at about $to, from t Irn I nf who
llrra on K atteoMIaland.) betwfci f'niir-'int..
la f aud iUih attcets She went with a o bet
woman Into tb home and tonk the clotbtnej, but
wm dtrotel bvtheuwaer. Shn trm snmmiiiai
tajal by Justice Gibersoa to await the action of
WirIUiTKU -John fatly winn-Teat-vl yuj
teid j Alteraoyj by poll emn Draoe of Iho
ialKIaJ. OH th tfill S r.-Ol COmrulltinr tan aa.aiili .. I
batury on Jua wi . Jrgtnl. and was a aril unt
by Juucu llpswell. aiU aeot fo the work.aoiur lu ,
dvlabltof ps) taint. J
Indcosnt Linouaub It abulia Pmnj it inn-'
Ult j wiiuuan, waa arrlttt ihla l erooou v i ft
cf r Cur4her of the t bib reel no rui ti . aiii
of uatng ludrcent ItnRtM a townr (-, xtiKth
Uiut, and waa fined $U S3 by J utloe U . il
Walsh, of ths6-4 Nsw ior-. r.g.mu t, Hied ist
eyenlLg, at Armory Muaia llosuiui, r(,m the
etracts of wounds rtoelved at Soottsytranla
'rnuBaowTAJCDTVarrOXBT. Thoeihieof ;
Marshall Itrown r. Emily F. Wiley, the details of
whlah wire published last summer was com
uaosad anew" on yesterday. Itwlllba remembered
that thejury could not agree oa a ye'dlct at the
laattrlsi. tMrs Bradley and Dtrldes appear
for the plslotlir, and Thos. A. Smith, Kiq . nf tfcls
alty n i. Braat,of DaUtmorf.eodSanator Drown
ing, af lit . appear for tbe defendant. Hereafter
we will publish, tha history af the ease. '
on Aadsrsoa Soott, a colored laborer, tltlng on
n iimrui w rrrsiea or iairoima uinaun, oi
the Barenth wsrd, on Ihe chares of stealing cloth
log from Atlee Jordoo, ralued at atout $40 He
stole these from tho slothes Una In tha yard, while
she waa absent at a plea to. He was committed
to Jail byJuatloa Boswell to await the action ot
a a a i i .
AtxiaT-Bi8TiTiT)T. The case of Pratt,
who waa arreatid on a warrant Issued by Justice
Klassy, charging blm withibflng tha father, by a
argro woman, of an Illegitimate ehllJ. and de
manding him tn contribute to Its support. Is poat
poned tflllOo'etoek Thursday, for tho yarpossof
allowing Mr. f-rult an ample opportunity of Tin
dleatlag hta reputation liom the bass charge.
JaTrauiy I JtWKJtT ! Jnnvtct I Fine gold
plated Jewelry for One Dollar, af the Hollar store,
44$ Ta. avenue, near Four-and-a-halt si,
On tho lith Instant, at 9 10 p. m . Jahcs A Ooa
DOf, sred M years.
The funeral will take place tbls artaraoon, at I
o'eHxk, from his late reatdeaefinn M strMt, be
tween ttlath and Tentti, (Navy ard,) to which tte
friends ot the family are invited to attend.
(letfrrson DaTla's roehman.) will spek In An
bury Uiureh oi next WrcUNEBUaY KTenlrpr.
Juno ish. ocm mane teg at 8 o'clock AOmltalon sd
cents; children is ssats Jelt-at
Kt'A. Fair mnH FcaClval for tho twneilc
of (4 a wires, mothers, and ft mam relit It t a of our
brar soldiers Is now being b'ldat OM Feliowa
Hall. fioTaatb atreet. Season Uskels, admitting a
geattaman aad lady. $lt sloglo admlaaloo, IS e-mtet
children. IS scats. JeU lit
CrTtatlflsatloa, .MaatiHa; Tba IUIdoIs
Union UubwtU hold a meeting no THURSDAY
ha.NINQ, Juae iS'Ji, at the Clab fioomi, 4
fllntst street, to rattytbo nominations of tho Bat
Imoro tvonyentloo. All tba Union members from
tho Stato hart premised to be present, aod a grand
good Umomay be expected, It ta hoped ajl Illl
oolians In tba oily will bo able to attend. Tho
regular weakly meeting Is postponed oa . aooount
of tba ratification meeting fo b he'd at tba ratent
Offlee. M. B. BROW Pre it.
VA MsKaaw, aecy. Jell-
)Cr-5aUeoAUacUDa; of tha LadUa Sol
dier's Belief Aaaoclatlonwill tako place at 01
hrattb Chapal. L atrett, between Fourth and Fifth
a.iei-ls.no rHUBCDAY, Juoolltb, at B o'clock p.
m Tho pubUtj are eA! neatly solicited to be present
oa tho tooeaalon, ns the proceeds of tha meeting
wllL.ra for tha laudable pur poi a of allerlAtlng tbe
mlaerlea of, tho alck and wounded oolor'd troops,
and getting such delicacies for thm aa do not
appear to ba otbarwlaa prorldeJ for their comfort.
Able speakers will address the meeting.
By order of tho President t
Mies MCTOK1A TOMPKINS, Secy.
Mrs. Richard Waters, Alias Fanny B-own,
MisJoba aUt, Miss Frances Brooke, i
3Jlas trances TUghman. Jell at
Fairbtnke has attired from New York. Oon
atguees wllfl please attend to remorlni their goods
This atesuer sails for new Tork at o p. tn, on
Turidar, lilh lost.
MORGAN fc RHINEHART.
tJ-IVoyat PentuylTanlaus. There will
beapublld meeting of the AsaoeUtlon of Loyal
renaeylratUaps at the Union l.rue rooms, on
Ninth s;ret.on TUjUDaY EYElNQ, the nth
Inst at 8 o'clock, to ratify tho nominations of the
Ba tiuore OnnTrntion. Sereral addrrssrs will be
dellrered. Tho publto generally are respectfully
lnTlted to attend. By order of the Executtre torn
!3-Kicelalor Unloa Oltati" limttflen-
ftoalMtETiKo. The nest meeting joX this Club
will be held at the Uolon Leagna Rooms, 43t Ninth
treat, at 8p.m. oa MONDAYa-the ISUi Instant.
Raaolutlpaswtll he IntrodaeeJandorabag the nomi
nations of Abraham Lincoln and Andrew afohnion.
for President aod Visa President.
Bcreral mem bits of toogrcss from New ork
hATa consented to bo present and address the meet
ing A full atten lanco Is requested.
The fciscutlve Commlttro meets at T p. ra
Gro U. LiLrrroK, Secrttary. JMl-U
"Sxcelslor Uulon Club." This Club la1
composed ol Union eltlz-ns of New York, r raiding
temporarily In Waahlngt'n. Regnlir meetings
aro held at 8 o'clock on MONO-.Y LKNINOof
each week, la the Usiltn L igue Ztojms, 4)1 Math
atreet, betwero ti and I.
Erery loyal New Yrtke- la Inrlledto Join ths
Club, ajidaldlntbec'ectlon nf Lincoln aod John
son. ILttlCYMOUR, Prealdent
, Gcoaaa XI. Zaittroy Seyetary, Jeli-if
' t Tho TtfexS itKuUr Uootiaia; or tho
Board of Trustreaof tho Phtl-j Schools will be
held on TUESDAY NCX f, tha 14th loatantf at 4,
Jetl4tf R. T. MORSrfLL? Secrstary.
Cj-KeatlTl and Fair at Island Halt
Tba Ladles of the aerrath street Presbyterlaa
Chursh lit hold their FestlTl at tho above Hall,
eommeaximr MONDY, MAVI3. The best Band
ol Mualo tn this city haa been engaged for tbe oc
casion The Piano U kindly furnlahod by Sir,
Johb V. Kills. AdmUMteaiaoants. soison tick
tsf 6bei)sroaf so cents,! Family tickets, season,
$ibo. . x . tny87 2w
iCyMlauncattoa MhUdo-A maaimact
Ing to taWfy tbs namlnattona vl Abraham Llnonla
for t iciidant aod Andrew Jonnaoa fur Vice Preal-f
dent of the United States, will bo held on the aoutb.
aldenf Iho Patent Office, on WKDNA.SDAY KVE
NliSU, Juno 13, iset, uuder the auspices of tho
Union League of America.
Abla apoakers will add ten the meetlsg an 1 ap
propriate 1 lOceodlngB be had. All nre inTited to
Hoo. J. M tdaiunds, Hon 3. W Forney,
Hon. Oreca AtUus. WR Irwls,
W.iO Stoddard. Law.s Clephne,
Rtr, BjTon Sunderland, HooBv P llolloway,
J 8. Brown, lieorge W-Ktilogr,
Hon. Joseph H. Barrett, Hon. Geo, W. JJsTJellaa,
lion A. W. Randall, Hon. Wm, P. Dole,
Hoo. Wu A. Cook, Hoo Ldw. A. Rollins,
Hen. A t'.Bieharda. Jelt-td
XJ-Iopla'sT.jl. graph. Nevr Viral Clas,
LiNca, direct to NKWURK, BOSTON, and aU
Important points. Washington Offices j RErUB
Ll. AN B17ILDIha,0lt Ninth street, west side,)
aod corner Penaiylraala avenue aod Sixth street,
nrtlcr NaMsnal Hotel,
CHARLES B. NOYK,
, 'p' , Manaser Washington Dlttrlct.
fl-UlsOBMa of tho Arvoust atomlual,
Urinary and Oosual System new and reliable
treatment In Itepoi ta ot tha HOWARD AtUUUA
11 UN Mat by mall In aealed letter eovelopea,
fmolehargt. Addreaa.Or.J aKILUN HOUUH,
lu, Howard Aaaoclatloa, o. I Mouth Math
itieet Iblladelphla. Pa inawy '
"itf' i.ytua KaiUatrou. Uatbairou la
(ruui the Greek word, "' Kathro," or " Katbalro,"
it-tirylDgtocIeanae, rejuvenate and rcatore This
urtlcle Is what Its nm-i slgnllles. For preserving,
i(tot ngaiul U-iUtirjlug the hvman hair It Is tho
s remarkable preparation lp the world It la
ajtatn owned and put up by the original proprletur
an Is now made with the sanio care, skill and at
teu tlon which gave It a sale of over one million
bottles per annum
It Is a nioBt delightful Hair Dreislng.
It eradtoatea scurf and dandruff, ,
It keeps the head cool and clean,
It makes the hair rich, soft and glosiy.
It provents the hair from falling otT and turnln
It restores hair upon bald heads.
Any lady or gentleman who values a beautiful
bead efbair should use Lion's Kalhalro It is
known and used throughout tho civilised u orld.
Sold hy all respectable dsalers.
Dl-MAI 8. BARNES h CO.,
, rv Yotk.
sJT" aioxloau aiMSiautc laulmciM, Tho
parties Id St. Louts and Clnalnnatt.wjm btva been
c (mteifetttor the Mustang Linlmratucter pro
tnvs of rroprletorahlp, have becu tljuitjflily ea.
totrl by the courts To guard agalot runher
Inriattlon, I hnrf piofnnd lriuthe United a tea
Treasury a i rlvato steel Hte revenue stamp,
whlcuUiUced (srihetOi i-tichbvtUj Each
atain,i iKnra the t sinife my signature, and
wlti out wt leh the artlclo ! a counter ret t, danger
ous and wortMei. Imitation Es amice every bot
tle Ihts Llnluaut haa been lnuaoand growing
In facr fr many years There hu-diycxtats a
hamlrtin tie h.btuti e glob that does not eon
lain erMeiccef Its wonderful ertnts. It Is ihe
boat tmclU.it in tbe worl 1 HJvl'i present lm
prosUnrclU6ts, itstitei ts u.kju man and Uftat
are ertectly ri irk able forte ae hssled, alns
cello ul, llvr.un I, v.luil lr ntmals mado uas
rul, a dutolil UUnm n 4 rur outs, bruises,
sprains, rhtuinalua., iwatiitusta, biles, called
resets, strained burs a s , tt Is a soro.-rlgn
remedy that should oevei e lirpcaied with. It
should be lu every fml 8.1I 1 .lldruuiits.
fe2o-o(.a p s BHM-.s New ti k.
VY pill to learn tho riAMi ur a. b a
laSwtohtsafow ' hours itfirlfi-tha dtyto'sJare
Address. A, J," Box II, at ttna oV J !m