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IMPORTANT FROM THE MISSISSIPPI.
Another Brilliant Naval En gagement on the Mississippi Two Rebel Iron-Clad (Sun boats Blown Up. Another Sunk and Flight of the Others. 'Triumph of the New Union Commander. 3KETCHES OF THE OFFICERS, dbcN 4c., Jbe. FLAG OFFICER DAVIS' BULLETIN. fiaasH;p Bryiox, Abovk Fort Wright, 1 Mississippi Rivkk, May 10,1862. J fCa Boa. Gikeon Wku.ks, Secretary of the Navy:? Tw tLavBl engagement for which the reb?ls have bften < preparing toolc place this morning. The rebol fleet, consisting of eight iron-clad gunboats, i (Tour of which wero fitted with rams, came up hand ? aomely. Tho action lasted one hour. Two of tko rebel gunboats woru blown up and one i sunk, when the onemy retired precipitately under tlio 4 (jtuoa oT tho fort. Only etc vessels of my squadron wore engaged. Tha ? Cincinnati sustained some injury from the rams, but will 1 be in lighting condition to-morrow. Captain B'ombul dUUugu:sliod biras*tr, and be is serl ? ously wounded. The Ronton is uninjured. Mortcr boat No. 16,In charge of Second Mastor Gregory, t behaved with groat spirit. The rebol arpiadrou Is supposed to be commanded by ?Commodore Hollins. C. H. DAVIS, Captain commanding Western Flotilla, Mississippi riY9T,pro tem. QUICK WORK. 'ARRIVAI. OF OAWAIW DAVIS AT CAIRO OH THE 8TH? B8 wnira hollims ok toe 10th of hat. Cairo, May 8,1M2. The only Item T have to-day is the arrival at this place -?f Captain C. H. Davis, United States Navy, en rout* for > tbe fleet, to report to Commodore Footo as his flag cap > tain. It ia stated that Commodoro Foote will improve tha -opportunity to take a furlough, leaving the command - with Captain Davis. The Commodore's foot Is still vary sore and lame, and ? A supperation seems unavoidable. Ho only hobbles about -on crutch**, and cannot bear tbe slightest weight on the woundo<t member. OUR NAVAL HEROES. SKETCH OP CAPTAIN DAVIS, ACTING FLAG OFFICER. Captain Charles H. Davis, United States Navy, and Acting Flag Officer commanding tbe Western Flotilla, ?mnd who has just distinguished himsolf so brilliantly ?Jn the chlof command on tho Mississippi river, held the -important rank of Captain of the Fleet in the great Armada, called the "Port Royal Expedition," when it -flailed from Hampton Roads, on the 26th of October, 1801,* tinder Commodore Dupont. Subsequently, when Commo dore Foote was temporarily invalided, at his own re -quest, In consoquence of tho y?lnful nature of tils wound> ?the Secretary of tlie Navy commissioned Captain Davis 4o the active duty of tho chief direction of the move, stents of our squadron operating on the Mississippi; the Fort Royal expedition having thus already furnished two cnoet efficient officers f >r Independent commands?Com" caande*John Rogers being just taken from Commodore Dupont and transferred to the command of the gunboat Oaleaa. Commander Charles H. Davis is a native of Massachu setts, of which he Is also a eitlsen. He entered the navy (from that State on tho 12th of August, 1823, and haa now ?een nearly thirty-nine years United States service, over cmetcen yoars of which has been In active service, at sea ?ad afloat In our Inland waters. He was on shore and other duty for over fifteen years, and the remaining flvo 'years he has been unemployed. Previous to the outbreak ?of the rebellion Commander Davis?than ranking nom T>er nineteen on the list of commanders?was engaged as -Superintendent of the Nautical Almanac, and on other special duty la Washington, and the in. veetlgatioo of his record by the Naval Retiring Board resulted In his being placed very nearly at the tiead of the roll (number fire) of commandors entered on -the revised .list. Hs now holds the position of Acting flag Officer?a rank on tho waters equal to a brigadier .-general in command of a division on land. His first ac tion redounds greatly to bis credit, and if he continues ?s he has begun, ha will soon rank with the most noted -?of our commodores. SKETCH OF COMMANDER STEMBEL. Commander Roger N. Stembel is a native of Maryland, but is a citizen of Ohio, from which ?tate ho was appoint ed to the n?vy. He enterod tne service onthe27tbof March, 1832, and has,therefore, served the United States about thirty years. He was promoted to a liouten '*nlcy on the26ili of October, 1843. Under that commis sion he was eight years at sea, his total sea service hsing sixteen years and nine months. He was for noarly eight years on shore and other duty, and was for over flvo years unemployed. He was laf t at sea in January,I860, and at the commencement of 1801 had the charge of the Naval Asylum of Philadelphia. At that time he stood No. 38 on ths list of lieutenants of Ihenavy. The rebel lion and other cause* made several vsoancles in the list above him, snd his name stands on the last publmhod list of comm.'in-lets No. 60, hi havlrg boon promoted to ??that rank. Ho held In the contests at Korts Donelson and '.lenty t' s command of the gnnboal Cincinuatl. Ho svas afterwards engaged at Island No. 10, and In this present tfght above Fort Pillow he still hold command of the same versel. which appers to have sustalnod some injury from ? the rebel r.?ms. C'at>tain ?tembel is reimrted to have dla -tir gulfhed b'meelf and to have been seriously wounded. MOItE REBEL RAMS. VITAL MOTKMEXTI 01' TI1K KKBKL8 AT MOBILE W1IAT TUKV KXl'ICCT TO DO. DH4WH, All., April 30, 1382. I was enabled to forwar 1 my loiter of the 19th by the tjndil yesterday al'ternoon. After it had loft I came into Itoaaeeslon of two or Ihreo letters, one of which is so Im portant thut 1 h istea to forward thom, a: additional con uributions from Dixit to the "elegant letter wrltor.' ' The :n -it imp .riant of these letters relates to Coxntiwmra Stitm Sncxnrn Floiuda, 1 Orr 0*-?jrr'fl Pass, March 24,1802 j Mv Ptjir Faiiiu Your shor.i but very welcome latter of the 7th inst. has just reached me. Ju.-t think?it has fcaaa overa wcukgdting t<> tue from Columbia. Wall. ? dear father, I hope this wUi And you enjoying ai good lieslth a1 1. Rot a bit of news. The Morgan an I tjame* ?eve both boon down to the forts, but are, at present, at Jdobile. expect them down ngniu r on; they are both very good boats. TheO mm",lure (itandolpb) also came down; Ihc Mugan is his flagship-. she Is a beautiful '?mode!. The Mockw'n in i/nitr inefficient here: a/ leant ,1'imr ichemurt ran cut during tht Intt week, all of thrm '?nvnd to IIitorA, h (ort'fi of cutt.n. thero si'e only three c?*mj>s hlockadiuu ho. e?all of tliom are steam? vl*: "no atnsat sloop,cue hrix rlgned craft anil one sto.im uf ;inli'iat, fura-aud tlior. Then term to frar of imny t rammed by some iv fernnl machine, for they all lie pretty ..ell o.;t of late. ivrhi|>s the gent'ownen have received Mob le papers. lr they have, this ram bualness Is ,,'rwlty well discussed, tliey will find; itv/1, at all <;-? ount.i, *mr hurt terertd nmlt w Mftile, acoordlng to the papers. ffc< ir fbtm wv "??? prrlkapt. 6- th,<t of the Cum ?terlWld tmd Omorva. You Imvo heard nil that new ?are this. What do you think of the conduct of the corns wander, officers an 1 meu of the United Mutos ship Own ?Oe laud? Yoil incat etcn^o this short letter; for, as I'said tbe ?foft, there t?? no new her? that eotiia lotorest you '^xnetimoa we See a -cottnt? of !*cott',4 cavalry cotnpunto* tiaving sict*mis!i-,s with tho enemy Tho othordnyl ?aw Miat a <|uu>l of you had routed* lot of Yankees and giot Dieut l.i lilviit, killing a good many of theiri, end ?her V.tiling twn m' .rvii. Ido -iaro that I was unable to eay wU# voi i I tier to?n? waa from bcrimf opened It, 1h? |>o?t 'i'!Ulc ; mi could not make c<ut, i.or did yon o.i eoS I! * 1. U. r. 1 d -I lit t kn w that y- u ha t l"fi h"mff yet. I got <? .i te?- fr in inoihci', wi lueu tho Uth, l?> tti.i ssiao i!.t?i was veteivo.l, *(.?.-?n?t ?l> i >ou ba4 I ? * you that i wis ? ? '.vn .n i!. mo iii' 1 hv ird oi II. Vour id*ce trlalu hate ei->liy ! en Oiled by some of th"?e patriotic young m 'li that are now in W. H. R. According to mothor's accounts, Colonel KoburOou usos ihvm |>rolly roughly. I wriie to mother owe ? week, anil sometimes twice; wrote twice last week on accouut of uot having heard from home. The in .ila, 1 think, have been delated lor a while. Wheu you w'rite agam lell me whi-n you a e coming back b .mo. How ato you armed, ke,, \c. IIy love to Kmiln ami 1'ointer, if you s?e them. Toil Ercile that I ho.ir lioin Pu-rro occasionu |y. All the folks well. Tell him to kill all the Yanki es he p ??ibly can. We, on Ibe " Florida," have wakod (bent u> several (three) time* and killed alow of thorn. If we only hmi ammunition, but 11 can'l b ha I fine way or other. Write soou, dear father, uud acoo; t the love of your devoted soil, II. L. VAUGIlAN. Attention should be ca'lod t> thl? matter of ram build lng, and immediately. The om iha?ized phaz.il hi the letter are very significant. Why m iy not a day's bom bardment of Forts Morgaa and Gaines and the vess-la in the harbor leave thorn without p nvder, should they reilyf THE REBEL COMMANDERS. SKKTCB OK GEOKUE K. I101.L Hd. George N. Hollins, the officer in command of the rebel naval force in lha Mississippi, was, before the breaking out of the present rebellion, a promineut oflicer in the United State* Navy, with the rau'.c of captain; bat, liko many others, ho preferred linkiug his I'ato with that of the rebellious states thin to remain true and loyal to the Union that ho had servoJ for so many years. He was born In tbo Slate of Mary laud, but is a citizen or Florida, in which State he probably received his secession senti ments. His original entry Into the navy was February 1,1814, and bis last commission was in 1855. He had been In the United States aurvico nearly forty seven years, seventeen of which he passed on tbo sea, fourteen In duty on shore, and the balance of the time wai unem ployed. At tbo time that he left the service he vm In comma-id of the Susquehanna. Among the vessels that he commanded on aro tho followInc:?He was chief ofTicor of the Savauuah in 1844, whon she was the flagship of Commodore A. J. Dallas, and he commanded the Cyune in 1844, and again in tho yours 1352 and 1853. The bom bardment of Grey town, which at the time created such a feeling among the people, was one of tho unlucky events which hus marked bis naval career, and proba* bly bad not the present troubles arisen be would have continued on In the United Statrs Navy: respected by bis fellow ottlcora and an ornament to the service. Since the rebellion be has been actively engaged in trying to injuro tho Union cause, and it will bo romem bored that ho was encaged, with tho notorious "French lady,'' ill the seizure of the steamer Nicholas, at Balti more, which person is now enjoying the pleasure of Fort Lafayette. He was tho commander of tho rebel flce^ which attacked the blockading fleet at the pasres of the Mississippi river, whon he became so fearfully frightoued by tho appearance of the peaceful steamer McClollau that ho retreated to Now Orleans. His despatches on these two occasions will doubtless be rememborod from their bom bastic and lying nature, and it has been thought that, with the exception perhaps of Beauregard, he is the greatest romancer in the whole rebel service. NEWS FROM WASHINGTON. Waoitisgto.v, May 11,1862. the PRESIDENT A8 COMMASDER-IN-CfUVJ. Th? return of tho President and Hccrotary of War from Kom, Mon,t\8 not now expected until the operation. TjTmL rlv.r .recomputed. The visit of the Presl Lt is understood to have been for tho purpose of di reeling in person, a. Commander-in-Chief, the co-opora tion of tho navy with the oxeoution of the plans of Gen. RENEWS FROM NORFOLK AND ??^ULA ?Ac whole population her. hav. been electrified to-day bvthe glorious news or th. occupation of Norfolk and the destruction of th. rebel monster Mewtmac. The Site filled with rejoicing. Even tuo most sanguine geceBsiou sympathiser scknowlodgo that it is mwim nirJ^t Ui? .ad or th. rebellion is sur. and new at band ST-w. or G.n?ral McClellan's passage of the Chicka hominr i? now breathlowiy expected. To y MW. received to-day from the peninsula , fuU or .ncouragornent, and indicative ef .ucce^s in the destruction of th. whole irmv la Virginia. Tho" details of General SXllan-. movements are ror th. present suppressed tor prudential reasons. affairs at freduiocssum. t?,? iMonl. of Kr.dericksbi?rg ar. still defiant and J? ^rleper .ho was asked by a Union soldier a !.i dayi ago tos.Ua plM. of crape, .aid if it coffin h. would sell U, but h. had nothing .Ise toseU to Si They refuw persistently to receive Treasury notes,averring that they pr.rer the money or .solvent **Two'ftmaies who had l?en asslduou. In signalling to th. enemy and harboring rebel commissaries were to ^y "rested in Fredericksburg by order or General Patrick Milty, Governor of th. city, and ar. bow in "^STsklrmUh between oar advanc* picket. th. rebels took plaoe to-day, resulting In th.cnptur.of thirteen of th. .n?my. TB* POSITION OF THK MBKL3 IN V1B0INIA. I Jam that th. rebel, hav. a fortilled position .bout four mil*, from Fredericksburg snd their principal depot at McGinn is Station, and that three or fo.r day. ago four hundred and *eventy-five federal prisoner, were brought to Richmond from the penin.ula.and th. r*bels w.r. r. ?tr * ported victory at Williamsburg. A , ? _.r had debated for som. tim. whether or doned but it w*. conclude to stand and tight, chiefly th. ground that the withdrawal of th. Whol. army from Virginia is now impossible. They make th..r last ditch at th. crossing or th. Cbickahomlny at Bottom', bridge, about elov.a mile, from Richmond and out or th. r.ach or our gunboat., oT which lboy hav. a mortal fear. MOVEMENTS OF GENERAL JIALLSC*. The latest Intelligence recalvod at tho War ^Parim'?' from General Hallock's army Is dated May 10. It u moving on Corinth, but had boen impeded In Its progress bv the heaviness or the rains, snd the almost Impas ?blo condition or the roads through, densely wooded country. The srmy was In good health and high spirits, and its officers confident or success. SKW COLLECTOR at THE TORTOF NEW ORI-KANS. Hie hasty appointment of Mr. Lathrop a. collector or th. nort 0r New Orleans is represented to bo a very serious m'slake on the part of the government. Remonstrances arc pouring in from various quarters where his antece donU are known. It Is represented by many gentlemen now her. who liavo tho welfare of tho government at Wt ?d are anxious th..t tho people of Now Orleans Bhall bo spee-llly won back to allegiance and affection for U,e whole Union, that Mr. Latl.rop left New Or somo ten years ago under such circu.iv iunco, as completely fo'bid his enjoying the confidenceor oven the good will of that community, and that t'> lmposo him upon th. pcoj le th.re as ?, ul 1 seriously obstruct the restoration oi coufidenco In ,-ointment should be revoked, and som. one ?elected f?r [hat position who is id.nllli.d with the people of Now Or leans and a fit exponent of the .uppres.*! lulofisenM n.0,,1 there A number or Union rcfug. es from Now Or gans and others who w.re familiar with it. population up to the time of tho obstruction of communi cation with th. South, .trongly urge tho appoint ment of Mr. Cuthbert Bullitt, for thirty years a loading merchant in New Orleans, whose attachment to the Union was manifested by his keeping the rcderal ?.g flying over l.a house until he was compiled to esc ape to Kentucky in August last, since when bo ba. been ODgakCd heartily In supporting in. government In his native State. It i? represented that Mr. Bullitt en jovs tho confidence or tbo whole commercial com munity of New Orleans, ...d his appointment would go far to re ?tore th. Union aeatln tnt there. TH. TAX BILL. It is thought th. Tat bill will pans th. Senate without a protracted debate or material alteration. The amend Jnt submitted by Senator McOougall I. substantially same as that proposed by Mr. Olin in th. House and relectod ther.. Tlie majority in both Houses and the Secretary oT tho Treasury are averse to any rearrange, ment or the financial programme at this late day In the ?wt?n ami will make an eflbrt to ..cure th i wrly pa. sage i?r lb. bill as it has boen porrtcLd, arter *' much labor and investigation. I.KATII OF LKWI* WASIIINUTON. I,.wls Washington.or Harper-. K.rry notoriety, di.d or fover in Ulchmond last week. DEATH OF HON. HAMtiEI. F. VINTON. Hon. Samuel K. Vinton, formerly of Oallipolis, Ohio, but for ton yoars i^st a roaldont of this District, diod st six o'c'ick tbia ovsnl >g, ai;ed sixty-uino years. Ilo nerved in the II mis. of Hupre-ntatlves from Ohio, with dining il'lie 1 ability, trrnn IS23 to 1S17, and firm unto jsol A.a memb.r of tho bur, and in all th. r.ialions or life Mr. Vinton .njoyed an unhlomlsnod reputation. A .launch Whig in politic., he wn. highly respfcted by all parti'-1#. Um r.cuut aiipolntmout as oue of the com THE MISSISSIPPI NAVAL TRIUMPH. Scene of the Brilliant Naval Engagement Near Fort Wright on Saturday, May 10, 1862. missionors under the Emancipation act mat with uuiver sal approval. THE MAINTENANCE OF CONTRABANDS. The question of the maintenance of the army of con trabands that is daily increasing here becomes one of importance. The imposition of a heavy tax upon the white people of the country for tho support of thousands of runaway negroes in idleness Is eliciting loud murmurs, which have already reached the ears of representatives in Congress. A PR BONER SHOT. Harry A. Stewart, son of Dr. Stewart, of Baltimore, a prisoner in the old Capitol, while attempting to escape to-day, was shot by the sentry, and died from the effects of the wound. News from Petsrsbug. _ ? . Pxtkrsburg, May 10,1862. The reported capture of Arnoldsburg by the rebels is contradicted. Ihe rebels only burnod tho stores at Burring Creek. Tholr subsequent defeat is authentically reported by Gon. Kelly. The telegraph line from her* to Ssheack's division Is cut, and has beon useless all day. News, however, bas arrived that our forces are at Franklin, safe. The army of Fremont and Schenck has saved Oen. Milroy. [ Rejoicings over the Union Victories. PuiLADKi.rsu, May 11,1882. This city-has been in a furnrr. of excitement. Flags are floating in every direction, and the chimes of St. Stephen's church rang a joyful peal this eveuing, on ac count of the news from Fortress Monroe. BHiiMiKPORT,Ctonn., May 11,1862. A salute of 100 guns was fired here to-day in honor of the recent victories. Important from the West Indies. NEWS FROM REBEL POM AT NASSAU?PANIC OF THE REBELS IN CHARLESTON?TRADI AND TELEGRAPH ING SUSPENDED?ARRIVAL OF THE BRITISH STEAMER OVEITA WITH ARMB FOR THE SOUTH?OTHER REBEL STEAMERS IN THI PORT OF NASSAU, ETC. We have news from the British West Indies dated at Nassau, N. P., on the 30th of April. The journals of that place contain nsws from the South obtained from rebel schooners which have run the blockade.. 11. Adderly appears to be the general agent for all ae. cessiondom at Nassau. The Charlestonians, It was said, were expecting to be J attacked soon, aad there was considerable excitement among thorn. Business was almost entirely suspended. Forts Sumter and Moultrie were being furnished with heavy guns, and there was general uneasiness relative to the result of the successes of General McCIellan at York town. Five schooners had arrived at Nassau from Charleston, with cottou and turpentine. The steamer Kate, from Charleston, with cotton, had arrived, consigned also to Adderly & Co. The Kate also reports that the people of Charleston are In sus|>enso about New Orleans, as telcgrsphic communi cation bad suddenly ceased. The steamship Ovlota. with arms and other war muni tions, arrlvod on tho 28th from Liverpool, and steamship Stettin, from Hull, England, arrived on the 29th, at Nas sau, with an assorted cargo. Both vessels were consigned to Adderly & Co. In the IlsftAin, dated on the 23d of April, wo an nounced the sailing of the Ovelta from England, with a j freight contraband of war, avowedly intended for the use or the rebels, byway of Nassau, In the following words:?1"The Ovelta, a new and large steamer, sailed from Liverpool on the 22d of Msrch, destined, ss was supposed, for the rebol service in America. She is adapted for a heavy armament, which. It was thought, she would llnd ready Tor her use in somo foreign port bo fore runvlng against tho I'nion blockade soutnward.'' We had previously received, by tho City of New York, fremour correspondent in Liverpool, the follow lug de scription of the Ovelta, with information of her deslgu for the voyage. Ho says ? "A new steamer, called tho Ovelts, sailed from Liver pool on the 22d March, and, according to rumor, she is Intended for tho scrvico of tho rebels in destroying Northern commerce on tho Atlantic. The Oveita was built at Liverpool, ostensibly for the Italian government, an 1 Is consequently adapted for warlike purpose*. She incisures seven hundred and fifty tons, is capable of car rying several guns of the largest calibre on a draught of about twelve feet, and is represented as one of the finest and fastest vessels of her class afloat. The vessel was regularly cleared at Liverpool for Paler mo, In ballast, and had a crew of aliout fifty men on board. Very contradictory statements were current as to tho real destination of the vessel, her armsmcnt, kc. According to somo reports the to?*oI ha l arms and am munition m board wkon she left tho Mcrs> y; but ibis is positively denied, aud tho denial is accompanied by the assertion that she had not an ounce of powder n< r a single gun on board, and that her lona file destination was Palermo. Other reports ero tlut'tho vessel wilt doubtless go to Palermo, and that she will thence pro coed to Bermuda, where she will tako on board the ar mament aud ammunition specially scut th ro for her. She is then (says rumor) to take tho see, either as a privateer or m a war vessel commissioned by the con federates." Sho left Liverpool under sealed orders. Afjw days ago wo reported in the Hun tin the pre pa>at.ons which were being made at Hull, Knglaud, for the despatching or the Mettln and othor v<*-sds fVom Hull fur Nassau, with cargoes intended rur ilio use ol mo rebels. Court Calendar?This Day, Sri-MEMs CornT?Cm. urr ? Part 1 Nos. 823, UtD, 1432, 146, 1735, 1780, 1798, 1854. 1840, 314, 306, 400, 602, 603, i860, 18SA, IDA), 1924, 1047, 1060. Com so* hSMi?Part 1.? N"s. 819, 067, 086,410, 079, 946, 1074, 1070, 1078, 1079, 1080, 1081, 1083, 10*4, 105. Psrt 2.?Nos. 640 . 684 , 008, 1020, 047, 963, 428, 439, 405, 1814, 591, 970, 957, 061, 080. Uxt:kp Mtathi Mihtiiict Comr.? tm this day the prize cases wdl be heard, bofore Judge Hens and the jury. The Admiralty calendar will be called borore judge Sin.jl!"y. Mrrui on Cotirr.?Part 1.?Nos. 1773 , 2127, 3329, 223, 3071,3049, 1323, 1707, 1920, 1931, 193.1, 1936,1987, 19S9. Part 2 ? Nos. 810, 1382, 1740 , 3194, 1862, 1*64, 1806. 1900, 1902, 1904 , 804 , 3618, 10!|4, 294, 11 IK, 676, 3408. Part 3 ?Nos. 1376, 1873, 1881, 697, 1821, 749, 1941, 1943. 1B47, 1949, 1963, 1957,1939,1961,1903, 1907. Part 4?Nns. 1268, 1828, 760 , 2002 , 2004 , 2000, 2012, 2016 , 2018 , 2020, 2022 , 2024 , 2020 , 2030 , 2032. Official Drawings of Murray, B<ldr Ai Ce.'i Kentucky and Missouri State Lotteries. Kkntvckt. Kxtha ulash 281?May 10, ISO J. I 71, 4, 30, Ui, 5:>, 72, 10, 34, 1, 21, 17, GO. Kkstockt. Class 2i:.?M?y tu, iw BO, 70, 72, 40, 15, 24, 5, ltl, 39, 20, ?7, 35. Circulars sent free of charge iiy addressing either to M UK It AY, KI)DT A CO., Covington, Ky? or 8t. Louis. Mot, Official Drawlngi of tho Kentucky and Delaware State Lotteries. Kkktuckv. Ci.ass Mo?May 10,1885. 20, 20, 21. :.t>, 75 23, H. ;i:i, 40, m, u, 41. Dklawark, Class3.".'?May 10, 1882. 57. 27, 41. I, 5U, 07, 17, 2, I, 30, 40. Circulars sent by addre??lni JOTfN A. MOHUT8 A 00., Wilmington. Delaware, or Covington, Kuuitt?kf. Prl7is Casiicil In All i.< Willis,.-*! I.nite rles. laieruiaiiuagl??e. JO-l.i'U HATUJ, liro:.i>r, No. ii V Sit street, Kouiu 1. THE MAILS FOR EUROPE. Closing Up the Rebellion?The Capture of Norfolk and Portsmouth?The Ad vance on Richmond?The Battles of Williamsburg and West Point?The Capture of New Orleans?Important from the Southwest?The Latest from Mexico, die., die., die. The Cunard mail steamship Europa, Captain Stone, will leave Boston on Wednesday for Liverpool. Ttaa mails for Europe will close in this city to morrow afternoon, at a quarter past one and at half-past five o'clock, to go by railroad. Twc New York Hsiui.n?Edition for Europe?will be published at eleven o'clock to morrow morning, and will contain full details of the Advance of General KcClellan to Richmond, including Accounts of tho Battles at Wil liamsburg and West Point; An Acoount of ths Capturs of Norfolk and Portsmouth by General Wool; Official Ac counts of the Capture of New Orleans; Particulars of ths Shelling of Bewail s Point; Important from the Army of the West; Highly Important from Mexico?The Advanoe of the French on the Capital, and all other interesting news or the week. Single copies, in wrappers, ready for mailing, six cents. Sampson Low, Son & Co., No. 47 Ludgate Hill, London, England, will receive advertisements and subscription* for the Hkrald. Royal Havana X<otterjr.?Prizes Cashed and Information furnished by TAYLOR A CO.. banker*. No. 16 Wall street, New York. Keefe's New Restaurant and Private Supper Booms, opened ot No. LM Croiby attest, adjoining bla lormer place of business. Card. We beg to Inform oar friends and tho public of our new' arrangements, which are now complete. We have transferred our unices and Wholesale Clothing Department tu our (tore corner Broadway and Grand afreet, whore we have also ait extensive and well appointed Mer chant Tailoring Department, with an entire now stock of all the lati-st styles of (Moths, Castlmorcs, Vesting.*, Ac., suit able for the spring an.1 summer trade. Our Beady Marie Departmei.t. tlrst flocr Is extcuiively stocked with Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing and Furnishing Goods. We Intend that no slouk in the city shall compare with It for taste, variety and cheapness. Families will please make a note of this. For the convenience of our down town customers we In tend to keep our store at the corner of Broadway and War ren extensively and tastefully stocked with all descriptions of seasonable Beady Made Clothing, at retail. And our Mer eliant Tailoring Department here will rot be second either lu point of stock or lu the taste and talent of the cutters who have charge of IL DEVLIN A CO., Corner Brosdway and flrand, And corner Broadway and Warren. Shirts and Collars Made to Order. Style, fitting and workmanship unrivalled. Union Adams, No. 637 Broadway. Moody's New Store, Open This Day. FINE SHIRTS AND MEN'S FURNISHING OOOD3. T. W. MOODY, 49V Broadway, 8t. Nicholas block. At Jeffers', 573 Broadway, Ladles' Con grrss Boots, $2; Balmorals, 50; misses, $1 75; children's, |l 37. JKFFERS, 673 Broadway. Herring's Potent Champion Fire and Burglar Proof rfafes, 231 Bivadway, coiner of Murray street, New York. Crlstadoro's Halt- Dye, Preservative and Wins, the best In Hie world, wholesale and retail, and the dje privately applied at No. 6 Astor iioiise. Beautiful Complexion.?I.alrd's Bloom of Youth, or Liquid Peurl, for preserving and hi notifying the complexion and skin. All druggists and 439 Broadway. Hill, Inimitable Catter of Hair and Wht-kcis, No. I Barclay street. Hair Dye SO cents, black or brown. Best in use. Dr. Kennedy's Medical Discovery Is warrants! to cure Hrofula, Krytdpelas, Ringwcrin. 8<ald Head. Salt Rheum, L'lcers. Fever Soros, I'imple.i, .in J every disea.'c of the Skin, of whatever nature. Dr. Klmic's Wfw Trass.?The only per* feet summeratid bathing Truss. Cheap, clean, durable and comfortable. No. S06 Broadway. Married. OovsTArt.s?M?msoi*.?Oti Saturday, May 10, at the Church of tlio Mcinorl.il. by ths Rev. Mr. Cook, Mat r OottTAni.s, of tho First Vli gtnia Artillery, to Mtnv,oiiiy dar bluer of tliu latoJ -Im Madison, Keq.,of Halifax, V. S. Fkwjv?Oktrt.??m Thursday, May 8, by tho Kev. Hugh I'lair, at the rosld.nco of the bride's father, Darji s Furry, Jr., to Ki.'7.miktii Ukirt, eldest daughter of Wil liam Oeery, all of this city. Fari.-w-WKixv.n.?On Saturday, May 10, at tho church of tho Messiah, by the Ho v. Samuel Osgood, I).D., Hkmiy L. Farm and Oliyk, daughter of John Weiler,all of this city. ViMON?Foarij.?On Tuesday evening, April 20, at St. Pntrlck's Cathedral, by the Rev. Fathor Doane Jon* T. Vinson, of Springfield, M iss., to Miss Mary Foard, of Newark, N.J. Springfloid papers pieaso copy. Died. Bakkr.?On Saturday, May 10, sftor a short illness, Chai.lfs Bakrr, amateur landscape artist, aged 44 years! Tho friends and relatives of the family are respectfully invttoil to attend the funeral, from the rosideuce of bis mother, No. 242 Fourth street (Washington square),on Tuesday afternoon, at tour o'clock, without furlhor invi tation. ItRKKir*.?On Saturday morning. Mav 10, Ds Wrrr Cmwmn Bsrrikx, youngest son of tho late Daniel itorrieu, of this city, iu the 34tli yoar of his ago. His friends, ami those of his brothers Daniel and Jainos L., and also those of James Neavee, are resp-rt fully Invited to attend tho funeral,on Tuosdsv afternoon, at two o'clock, from bin late rendeuco, lio. lua bet Fight eon lb si reel. Tlitowx?At Itellovillo, N. J , on Saturday, M?y 10, of congestion of the lungs, .Toil* R. Brows, Jr., formerly or Now York, nged 22 vcar*. Tho relativ es and ft ionds of the family are ro.?p?ctfiilly im Itsd to attend tho funeral on Tuesday morning, at nine o'clock, from his late residence at Itollovllle, w.tll mt further Invitation. Ills remains will be takon to Ure-u wood for interment. Troy papoi a ploase copy. Bh;akt.?Suddenly, on Sunday afternoon, May 11, I MaiivJ. Hou.isr,only daughier of Jane A. and tit* late I l'eter D. Bogart, a**J ?i years, 11 months ami 11 days. J The friends and reutivo<?i'f tho tamily are ruspoet fully invited loaf end tha funeral, this (Monday) after | lioou.at three o'e o. |; fi r>m the residence of Iter g ar.d | tisroins, It, Wy.itt. 371 lliiiisuti street. The reiuaiiis will he lak? ;i toNcwlmi g t'c.r lutorniei.l. Cawk.*??:s.?tin holiday, M ?> n. Bmy.s 1.,daughter or I Clo "vi. and ths I at. ilattie Carrouter, a.td I mouth an ? idMH. 1 ill. nouds 11 4U?. t's ntly tu ie?.e jtiull/ luvltcd It] attend the funeral, thU (Monday) aftonoon, at two i ?d"?k. fniB llu residence of ( harlex Smith, No. '^0$ I So ilh f tflb atreet, Jersey City. ?lu Brooklyn. ?g Saturday a von in*. May 10, of consumption, Si' ah M. Hduou, wife Of Pdter Dug- I fc aK'"' 14 fear a, 7 month* and 20 day*. Til n ?Uv*iiamifrlwMtii of Uiefamil) a:e re^peotfully i Invited to attend ittd fuue ft!, ir iu h r lata roMdeuce, j #8 I'oarl street Rfooklyn, wife t lurther ftivita' ion. i nFs io.vp._or) Sal r ay, May 10, (Jut i. ink L.,young est i! i. lit.-. <>r ami Hannah c. ifecmoud, <tg<>d 2 voars, ti in?n lo a i 1 10 days. Fitz? kha: ?J)u Sund y morning, May 11, after a 1 short i.lnciw .David Kii* ;i K.m>, native of the uoumy of I Cork, I ? eland The irivi.i.'B and relative.-; are re*'>ecl lully invited to mi ?>? H"* funeral. ir >m his I ue re-idi-n e, N%>. 10 Wiuih* ins". 1 Hlrccl, tin* (M iM.iy) &fterno >11. at two o'clxk. Kbuiu.-om.?U11 'unlay, May 11. Mary T. Faa< t'aox, daughter oi Fre ei irk . ud Tureaa K Ferguson, a^ <1 4 >?ar?t4 mo. Urn and d 1; ?. Tho irieuds aud relatives o the f iml'y are w, <s?t fully inv lod to attend ihe f neral, this (Mo i< ay) niter- ; n/>n,at h tlf ' ast twoo'cioeK, Iroui the reudooou of her ! parents 1lflM dison street. Hole POOL.?Ou Friday, May 9, JoR* HOKSHOOL, Iu the . "3d year of his age. ? liiu irieuds aio invited to attend the fune-al from his i Uic reaulm.co, N' . 23 Wtst 'l'u out} -fo irth street, on 1 ! T.iOsduy afie tiooii, at two o'clock pre i.sely, without : further Ui\ itation 1 he oil e ra i f the Grand l/atgo or Freeand A.'vo. ted M t? n? of the State of New Y01 k, the mcmliira or Ai.eli'hi Lodge No. 23 and of (he fraternity generally, without r. gullA, are iuvited to uttond tho fn- | aur.il cf the B. W. John llorsf-oul, J a-t Giand treasurer. Jkavv.?OnSnuday, May 11, Isahkll. youngest child of Kinma aud Th mas I^avy, aged 11 mouths and 22 day*. Funeral this (Monday) afternoon, at two o'clock, from Fil'y-Bacond nreet, bet ween Sec Hid and Third avenues. Ltvr.?Uti Thursday, May 8, after eleven yearn' n Mar lug, my beloved husband,' Nathan .j. Lmtv, a native of Hamburg, Germany, ou hU 6"th birthday, at his resi dence, No. 9 1 lu k street. ? Mti-t*"-?At her residence, No. 67 Dean street, Brook lyn, on Saturday,May 10, Mr. Elsatok Mii.i.kr. The friends and relatives ol the family aro respcofully invited to attend the funoral,from tho Pacific street M. E. church, thm (Monday; afterumn at three o'clock, with out further notice. MoRKttoK?In Brooklyn, 00 Sunday, May 11, John II. Mokmson, .?ed 3'J years. Tha relnliveii and friondit of the family ara most re spectfully ln\Ked loattcni th< fUneril, on Tuesday, from his ial* residenco, Pre; idont street, near Third ava Bue, Brooklyn. &;oCou.i.v.?At Yo k-1 le, on 1 ridiy, May 9, Ohamah MoColi i>v, axed 7o yeari- and 5 mun ha. The friends of the lamiiy are invited to attend the funoral, from the Metholiat Kplscopal cliuixh in Kigbty Sixth street, between Third and Fourth avenuo.^, this (Monday) afteru on, at one o'clock, without futher notice. Nkiij,.?O11 funday, Mny 11, Kobkrt H. Nkjij., only son of Koborl and Mary Vcill, ago I G months and 12 dnyi. The relatives and friands of tho family are respectiully invited to attend the funoral, from the residence of his paronts, No. 172 HkmiuHcId street, Hoboken, this (Mon day) afternoon, at two o'clock. Kii.Lin.?On Sunday, May 11, at hln lite residence, No. 195 Dean street, Brookiyn, Hs.mu ltiiun, in the 42d year of his age. Notire oj" funeral In to-morrow's paner. Skiunkii.?On Saturday, May 10, KuzA,wxfeof Alex ander Skinner, agod 31 yenrc, 3 months and six days. Tha friends.relaiives and acquaintances of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from tho residenco of her father, iu Sixty-ninth street, near Tenth avnnne, this (Monday) afternoon, at four o'clock. Stick*.?At her residence In Gerniantown, Pa., Mrs. Angkijna Sykm, widow of Dr. James Sykea, and daughter of Anthony Lisi?uard Underbill, of this city, deceased. Tho funeral will take place at Trinity church, on Tues day morning, at ten o'clock. The relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend without further notice. Shit it On Friday evening, May 9, Math tew S. Smith, eldest son of the late Peter Smith. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend tho funeral, from his late residence, 249 tost Broadway, this (Monday) morning at ton o'clock. Funeral services at St. Mary's church, Grand street, at half-past tun o'clock. Smith.?On Sunday morning, May 11, Austin Baldwin* Smith, son of C. M. and tho late Alfred A. Smith, aged 20 years, 8 months and 23 days. The friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral, on Wednesday artornoon, at two o'clock, from his late residence, No. 84 Monroe street. Wioirr. ?On Friday, May 9, Mr. Jou* Wigiht, in the 27th year or bis age. Funeral from St. Ann's church, Fifth avenue and Eighteenth St., this (Monday) afteruoon,m two o'clock. Acquaintances and friends of the family are invited to attend without further notice. Wardi.ow.?At Staten Island, on Tuesday, May 9, John T. Wardujw, in the 01st year of his age. The remains were interred in the Cemetery of the Evergreens. SPECIAL NOTICES. (1HICAG0 AND NORTH WESTERN RAILWAY COM J puny, Chicago, May 1. ltM?The mutual meeting of the bondholders un<l stockholders nf the Chicago and North western Railway Company u ill lie held at the office of the Company, In the city of Chicago, on Thursday, tha 5th day of June, lw, at 2 o'clo K 1*. M. for tin- election of Director! lor the year ensuing, and for tbo transaction of any other bust uess that may come be fore tliein. The transfer books will be closrd on the 4th .ml. WM. B. on DEN. President. MASONIC NOTICE?THE MEMBERS OK ADELPHT, Lodge, No. 23, K. A. M_, are notified to attend a bpecia' meeting of said Lodge, on Tuesday, tli 13th inst., at thi.i, rooms, No. 8 Union square, at 11*. If., to pny the lant tributr of respert to their lite brother, W. P. M. Jolin Horstoole whose funeral will tako place Irom bis late residence, No. 23 West Twenty-fourth street, at 2 o'clock, P. M. Punctual at tendanceia requested. By order of M. s. COHEN, W. M XTOTICE TO ALL ENOAQED IN THE BALLAST JLl business.?There wilt be a meeting held at the Seventh Ward Hotel. 173 Masdison sireet, on T.ieaday evening, Muy IS, ItHS. at 7 o'clock, to adopt a price for the sale and lighter age of ballast. Ail persous engaged In the business aro re quested to attend. By order ol I P. DOI'OTIERTY, * M. KANE, M. Tt I.LEY, W. JUNTO!*. R. HAI.iKNNV, J. BERTRAM. _ New yore and harlem railroad company Treasurer's olDce, corner ol Fourth avenue and Twenty aUth street, New York, May 1, 1303.?Notice la her. by given that the meeting of the stockholders of the Ne'.v York and Harii m Railroad Company, for the annual election of direc tors, will l>e held at tlia olboo of the company, ou Tuesday. May 20. Tho polls to tie opened from 12 o'clock, noon, to 2 o'clock P. M. The transfer bonks will be closed from4 o'clock P. M. of the Sth, until 0 o'clock A. M. of the 21al. W. II. EMERSON, Sec y and Treasurer. KPIOE OP TUB NATIONAL F1UE INSURANCE CO., fi2 Wall Struct, Niw Yons, May 1, IrtLt. ElbCtioh.?The annual election for thirteen Directors and three Inspectors for the next ensuing election will be held at the since ol the company, on Tuesday, the 13th inst. The poll will be op n from 12. noon, to 1 P. M. IIBNRY T. DROWNE^S'icrcdary. SPECIAL NOTICE.?TIIE INDEPENDENT LKJUOB Dealers' Club.?All members are requested to attend a general masting, in our meeting room, Military Had, No. 193 Bowery, on Tuesday evening May 13, 1:<H, at hall-past seven o'clock precisely. By order. A. SIMM, PrealdMi, H. KoKniicn, Financial Secretary. SPECIAL NOTICE.?IP MR. BILLING DOES NOT call for bia trunk and coutenls within tweniy days, ?t 164 Seventh avenue. which be left June 11,1861, a' AM Bow ery, It will be sold to defray e*r?l?,?'*' II. HARRIS. Tammany society or Columbian order.? Brother*?The anniversary meeting of the iusututi m will b" held In Hie council chamber of tns Ureal Wig-.vam on Monday evening, the 12ih Inst., at half an hour al ter the setting of the sun. Nhi.SON J. WATBRBURY, Grand Sachem. Ca?h?? C. i mi .in, Secretary. Manliattan, season cf Motions, 5th moon, yettr of discovery 37<| of independence the ttt>th aud of the Institution the ?Sd 0 IJII1B THR TUKF. FIRST GREAT TROT OF THE SEASON. FASHION ASSOCIATION COURSE On TI"ESD\Y, May IS, for a tin roe of $2'?>, the (lest grand Trot of the season v. ill take place on the Fa.<Uvii Course. Tbo horses to compete >n this occasion aro GRAY EDDY, NATIVE AMERICAN, KI'NNYHIDE, And the r^o 1* mile heats, three In five. In harness The ex cellence the?e horses Insures a capital race, and as tiicy are engaged In many other events, much Interest attaches to it beyond the winning of tbe. purse lUclf. Ihey will start at Boats from James slip at 1 P. M., and from Thirty-fourth street every five minutes. Train leaves Hunter's Point at IX. Fare reduced to ten cents. JOSBPH CBOCnSBON, Manager. HOVSEN, WVOOWBt <SC., WAVTHD. A FARM OR COUNTRY SEAT WANTED.?FOR ONE that suits, a valuable store down town, or very desira ble business property In BrookWn Is otfered in eieban^o. Inquire at 98 Water street, of the owner, (rom S to 4. A GENTLEMAN AND WIFB WANT ONE OR TWO furnished Rooms, wltlo ul hoard, in a respectable pri vate faintly, in or near Hro idway. not above Poiiiteenih street. References exchguged. Address, lor two days, P., station A, Spring street. STEAM POWER WANTED.?ANY PERSON HAVING the whole or a part of a ? llbataiilUi btrldiiij.', Mutable for the ersctlon of heavy machinery, with from IIfteen to thirty horse power, to let, will ( lease adilr. it bo* IW Uerald oOlce, giving location and description of the premises. STKVM POWER, WITH ROOM, W \NTED?IN THE lon er central part of the city, for a lUbt manufacturing business Address A. B., Man'il'acturlug Company, bos 140 Herald office. WANTED-A COUNTRY KEVIDENCE, WITHIN AN hour's rhle from the city anil i.va minutes' walk from ears or boat, for a drat class Hosrdmi; Ifouas; must hav sha le nnd rrult tree", with from two to live acres of land Address, with full particulars as to rent, location, Ac., Mrs M. L. 8., Broadway 1'nst <.t?ee. WANTKD-FOR TIIE SUMMER, A FURNISHED House, within an hour ami a haifof the city, with not HsS than six bedrooms nnd rooms for servants. Address, with full description and terms fot four months, Mr. Jones, bo* .71 New York Post ofBco. e TTITANTED?ON OR NEAR SIXTH OR SEVENTH TT aven'teand riilrty-fotirtli street. In some sale place, Storage for the entire furniture of a lirsl "lass house. Apply at ??"' Bci'.vcr street. "11/ANTED?IN BROOKLYN, HV A RESPElTA&I.E vT man Md wife without any family, a vacant house to lake care uf; Ml) plitce between vflltoughby and Uerg-n stn'ts. Be-t re'ere i.e. t a i, or allraaa a r.ote, for omi Week, to the workman at 370 Slate at. tt/ANTED-HY A FAMILY OF THBRB AD' IJS, PUB Vl ni-lted U stiiiihli! for hotis-Keeplnfi vieuiityef Tw. uty-th rd sn el ami Ffctrllt a.i nuc proieried. Mmm llortjK^*?epln,', 8 iit- u I?, Blb'e Ho'txii. WAKrnn to hire on t,e\ i:,a aoop staui.f , ti to .!?? mm !a t2ato26b nt -tt**: It H sv M ? ? : ronm for w?jt uis, Ac. | loeailoii b twei-n t'i?ir, vrtt'i n'n I i ??'?? ? it V- i'tii .-tr?e t.1 fte. I M SI nf 1 n th m luie A'\ Ircss I Ui'oi l?t\e. j, !hh Ui ilci'.-M (jiuuc. A1 MISCKML ANKOl'S. T 3M BKO .DWA*?WEUDINU ? AKDsi AN1> N'JiR l'MW, III aurli ?, at .IAS K> hliUtU^i. a, cuu*. 11*1 i'(l -U je..r?, o?r? r ol !> ai.e ? its. i. A T *.?, *4 AMI) HlJu-liUUfill AND UAJTtKS, il Sli iu|C ?tilt*, uom tun 1| .n JONES', 10 and 12 Anu street. AT GIMBBBUB'S. $1 ALBUMS, (FIKTV rUTTCRES! retail.'.I at A.I W d llui: Cards, Null- l'a,.ei, U .?<> rmn in pert c u?t . A purb TOBACCO.?YELLOW BANK TOBACCO. J\ Goo.twin's Pure Yellow Bank Tol aeco, free lroui vtt.m. purines, for-ale by nil tobacco an.I s.gar dealer*, and at wholesale Oy K. vJOODWIN A BROTUEIC. Ufi Walcrsiret* A LL KINDS OK LADIES' AND OENTLhMhNS OAK il u.euu.. it- il.h! will.out being UK. a apart, to look I.ha new. No. 43? Uroouie street, corner of Broadway. A N 1MPOKT .Nr KA'T J\. 1.ADIE-. ?LADIE8?LADIES Splendid be Piichere $l ;0, t.4 SO, M M H. I i terators i3 fr>, ft , $3 80, *1 i* Ii o. ii.tu Uu Table Kuu-a J3 IS p. r do*. Ivory handle De**ert Knlvea 2 76 |>er do*. Hi.ver !- ..tod T. i li* Hpoju*auJ KotIli S Oil pot* Silver plat. ,1 Tea Ki??>:is 1 UU p r dM. KITCHEN COOKING CTENSILS at an lm n? nse odu. i on i prio h KITCHEN rAULEH. DOnR MATS, TEA TRAYS, H E t BEAM tUKEALR-i, W.tlKK < OvLuRB, and every desO'iptl u of house k, epins art clan, AT E /UALLY LOW I HIDES. Housekeepers, ln.te: keeper* and i-very i> ma GO! NO TO HOUSEKKBI'INO, come and see_pri. c?, return tm.in.. 1.???slice, At E D. BASSKOKD'K Urea* Housekeeper's Bazaar, A Stone's throw Irom Broaiwny, Cooper Ins:.lute Bi.il.iUi4, lu A?tor pla e NO CONNECTION WITH ANV Ol'Hhtt STORE. B OYS' CLOTHINO. ROGERS A RAYMOND havr th? pleasure of announelna that ihelr new specialties In ROYS SPRINU BACKS ana Sl'RINO and KUMMEB >CtlnOL Suit* now ready, arc at one* the perfection <>r elegance aud ner.mehs, ?n l tlie cheap est noreltlea rver mtrodU'S'd In the tride. One price, aol one only. St>re*12l, 123, 12S Fulton street, md 214 Broad, way. BRIDGEWATER PAINT?TESTKD ELEVEN YEARS on Tin Wools. Iron Work, Brick Wi;U, Fences uud ou?? buildings, water mid spark proof, cheap uud durable. Depot 74 Maiden lane, Hef York. ^ C1RUTCIIK8 AND CANES FOR TnE MILLION, ATTHH J luanulaclurer's. C. PIN NELL, No. 2 Cortlandt atreeL C^OHNS, BUNIONS, INVERTED NAILS. ENLAROB* J joiuit, and all dl?'?*e.i of the feel, cured with.nu pat* or inconvimeiice io the patient, by Dr. ZACil AHIE, Sur,eo* C'btn.p.idlii, 760 Bioadway. llciers to physician* aud aui^ gf..ns uf IU. city. C^HIROl'ODIiJTH.? LITTLEKIELD A WESTERVEI.* J bave retnored t'rom oppo^lti' tlie 8t. Nicholas lloiel to the elii;lule room* No. ?- 2 Broadway, live duo:* above Tllir ti enth atreei. wUer" the continue :he ancceaaful treatment of corn*, bui I n-t Inv. r a I uatl*. A ., Ac. DR. BOSEMIEIMKU'S FATENT CURE FOR CORNS ANl> BUNIONS. No. 401 Canal Ktn et. I)r R. operates on Hard and Soft Corns, Club Nails, Bunions, Nu:U penetrating the lleah, Ac., The Doctor has the prlrllegit to leler to Hon J. J. Critt.-n. den, PruleHsor Li^big, Columbia College; R >bert Murray. United States M n?hal; D. DeUvan, City Inapector; ColoniA M Lcod Murpby, and host* of other*. InOR SALE, ! SPLENDID PROPERTY, ON CHARLES KTUHIOT AVENt'E, THREE MILES FROM 1IALTIMOKK CITY. The adrertiaeroilerii for dale one of the most elegant pleoet of property In the United Stnies, on Charb-a street >tvenue( three mile* Ir.im Baltimore rlty. containing twentv-lir? acre* of ground, with a wide aveutie to anothe.' main roa l. Tiiu dwelling must b.' seen to Ihj uppre. liited. It Is a .lou .lt houa.-, with lar^.' back building, built lu Uio moat subetantlal manner, of the Imst quality pressed brick. It haa large mar ble portico and rtepa, marble railings, urns, pillars, Ac. Tha room* are lofty and richly autccoed. Matble uiantelptecea are gems of art. Plate glass throughout the house. It is ula.> supplied with gas, water, speaking tubes, bells, gnugs, Ac., and for design and corn fart none superior to it in any 01'ill the outbuildings, stable, eoach house, dairy, gaa hou*?, waterworks, ice house, Ac., are built of pressed brick, or? uaiuented with cupolu* and iron cornices. The grounds were laid oif by a celebrated land artist, with all the varieties of the chol.-etl fruits, tlowers, shrubbery ai..< rare sjiccimeus of foreign trees, together with several thou sand evergreen treea of Urge Bile. A #rga Hovver and I ruU gul den is euclosedbv a rustic fence, with arbors, wlleee grottoes, 3u:. There i*'a never failing stream of water paasinf thruugh the gruuuds. Also a large, lake i with an Island OC liiagno!'as i supplied with tiih, sail boats, nislie bridges. A*. The buitdingaund grounds are supplied with pure wuU*, from a never Tailing spring. The neljhborhood Cs a delight- ? ful one, aud very liealtby. The Charles street avenue t* tlM most taahionjtble drive out of the city. No taverns are ?a the road, nor can any land be purchased lor that puri>ose. Persons desirous of purchasing this properly have now am opportunity thai may never occur again, both In regard to u residence and the price. _ ? Address, for further particulars, box 1,273 Post oOoo, Baltimore, Md. Ii1A<'TS WORTH KNOWINO? 1 Tliat Dr. TOBIAS' VENETIAN LINIMENT cures In a'..intutit ously Chronic Rheumatism, Headache, Toothache^ Croup, Sore' Throats, Colic, and pants of all kinds. The above is u (An tid statement of what Dr. Tobias' VenetiM Liniment w 1.1 do. Price 2S and 30 cent* per bottle. Sold by all druggists. GENTLEMEN'S LRFT OFF CLOTHINO PURCHASED, in lar^e or *mail tot*. Please vail at the atore or a4* dress Conioy, 44 Centre street. LYON'S MAGNETIC INSECT POWDER, tested for IB years and grows lu favor. It kills and filer ininiitns Roaches, Bed Bugs, Auts, Fleas, Moths In cloths^ Furs and Furniture, garden insects, Ac. All geuulne bears the signature of E. Lyon, and is uot poisonous to persons or domestic animals. Beware of counterfeits And imitations. Lynn's Powder kills all insects in a trice, Lyon's Pills arc death to rat* and mice. Bold everywhere. Depot, 202 Broadway. MME. DEMORESTS MIRROR OF FASHIONS?TH? ftummcr number, with valuable additions and spK'U'liA improvements. Intilusically and emphatically the Urgrtt, best, most complete and eleeant Fashion Magaxlnn In tha world, now ready. See the advertisement in auothef column. Machinery for sale cheap.?planers, scroll Saws, Jointer, Moulding antl Borlug Machines, Tun ing Lathes, Squaring tip and Cutting of Saw*, Ac., all mad* to order; have been in use less than a ye*r, antl are the heal In the CilY. Call soon At Dti And 98 Bast Houston street. v J. BOYCK. S?T-1WD-X. DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS. Tiiey purify, strengthen and Invigorate. They cr-atc a healthy appetite. Tli.-y are an antidote to change of writtrand diet. Thnv overcome e(T?cU of dissipation and late hour*. They strengthen the system *nd enliven the mint*. They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers. They purify the breath and aridity of the atomacli. They cure dyspepsia and Constipation. They euro Dlarrh ' a, Cholera and Cholera Morbus. They cure Lher Complaint and Nervoua Headache. They are the best Bltt. in tn the world. They mane the weak man strong, and are eihauxted nature's great restorer. They are made or pure St. Croix Rum, the celebrated CaU says Bark, root* and herb*, and are taken with the pleasure ot a beverage, without regard to age or time of day. Par ticularly rcoomraended to delicate periona requiring a gen tle stimulant. Sold by all grooers, dru&tlsti, hotel* nod it loona. P. H. DRAKE *DO., 203 Broadway, New York. SELLINO Orr-THE ENTIRE STOCK OP BOOTH ANB ?hois, at a treat reduction, at 8. Cshlll, Jr.'a, Sir BroaiL way, botween llouaton and Blcecker streets, to close en the fllit of June. ASTHOLOUY. * STONISHINOl?MADAME MORROW, " SEVENTH A daughter, haa a ^ift of foresight; tells how soon and how often you will marry, and all yon wish to know, eve* your very thoughts, or uo pay. Lucky charms free. Ilev equal la not to be found. Her Ma:tc Image is uow In full operation?184 Ludlow ureet, below Houston. Prtoe M cents. Ooutlemen not admitted. A BONA FIDE A8TROLOOI8T. TIIAT EVERY onb can depend on, Is Mine. WILSelN, who tells the object ol your visit ax soon as you enter. Sn- tolls the past, pre sent unit future ol yo.ir H e, and warns you of dsrisers and brings success out ut the most perilous undertaking". !?. Oalebra eil nia^io elm. n... No. lS'J Alien u rei I, le-twnca Houston and Stunlou streets, over the bakery. Charges ior Indies aud goiitlnmcu, 60 cents. f 10RA A. BKVMAN, INDEPENDENT of.ATRVOYANT. \J Medlcutsnd business constitution* day an I even ng. The s tance she tin olda so aattsfn mry 11 all, It I* uniiecea* sary to klv' Illustrations of the a?tbnl?hfn ; results. Con tinues at 13t Division street. IOOK HERRI >A(?0 REWARD KOR ANY I'F.RHOB J vihuean equal Miss WELLINGTON la gUlugourreet statements ou sll events through life, < articular!/ 1. ? ? a, lawsuit* unil lurk* numbers. She also I.as a never rsl'ing remedy for drunkenness, and bringing the sepai uUid lu ge iher, by wlneh Two souls with but a single though!, Two h'<arts thai bent as one, will be I'nlted forever. She is perfectly oerlain if lier happy acquirements In at ting correct tacts. line i win arc loiiitd ed on iiutuml gifts. De.ay not to consult this beautll'ul yo ng lady,at 101 SUtli avenue, opposite Eigtuh street. \| ADAME CHKFORD-?l'N RIVALLED CLAIRVOYANT JYL aud business medium, ItfT Dean airee.t corner ol lluyt? Brooklyn. Remedies prescribed, events foretold, love re stored, absent It-lend* lound. Busiiieaa consultations M conls; Medical $1. MM RS. HAYS. MEDICAL AND BUSINESS CLAIKVOY ant, can '* consulted at M I<eroy street, near Bl -ce:.er to detect discs sea aud proscribe reinc lies. Hustnesa ami madlcal interviews, $1, by letur, enclosing hslr, Si. Madame henri will write the name and show the piatura of tho one you will marry. She will bnng back absent ones: rause tbeui to adore y<>t|; (five* goo4 luck, A a. Residence 80 West Broadway, corner ot l^uoard street, OVrr the clothing sun a. Name on the d?or. Mas addie banker, spiritual vedttm vt or cal and business clairvoyant, continues m give -atla ac tion to nuncrous visitors, day and nvenlng. Rons No :2S Fourth street, four doois west of Bruade ay. N H.?D. liao aim of by letter. Ml.-tS DAVIS. T1IK IIK \l TIFl'L CVNADIAS (ill'SY I'a mist, ha* .'em?ved to Oreeawloh aireeU C'on lg her linmeduie1/. Lueky numbers and charms. I^tdii sZA cania ; |FMle ' i M oeuta, Honrs from 9 A. M. I > 10 P M. Madamr ray, m seventh avenue, near T-.venty-ecventh ?tr.iet, surprise* all who visit !ier. Tta er a, troubUd snd unlucky shoull test her s, IM nils veur veiyth.nigh ti, lucky numbers, loasi a L.?dteaJ? cents, gentlemen S'leents. NB.-WII0 nAS NOT HRARD OP TUB CELK . bra ted Madame PREW8TKM, who has r. moved to ikI Thirtv elghth ?tn et. o. Hi eta avn ='?."k'L Mid whoa n be consulted with coelre eatlsfaetlon? Sho ha* no equal. She tolls the name of lulure wife or husban\ also that of her visitor. If y?* wish truth give her a call. RMKAD! READ! !-A IORTI NE FOR ILL Tili". OR1 \vf n?i propbeteri In ?be world, i* the ycn.,o uud boacviinl Mirs ROWLEY, st-a tell* Ui? i?st, pr sent nnd f-itjirc ct > me life, an I all yon wish ta know Consult her li..m-,tl?tol? at atd Vest Thirteenth 'trwl. Truly wondkry^'L?who would nox consult th? iciebrotcd Milam' PIERCE on tho nist, prcaruk am* future oventa oi llfcf ut 1 c9 t'ouoord a'I'nw, Brooklyn, op ? tlior from Hudsou a/utiitrt Kec. :'5 cciiin. The hrratekt wonder im thf, world i* tur I young aiiil act nnplkaaei Ma .mue K> UON,t>-< m I'siit. rri?, csn IX' HitAlllmi Willi Ina siric: t Odiiluleites on ait aTni.iot 111*; raator S dniiiK'n sn 1 i.'tia.ihlui lint licit: lis a i?erul to uiakn you ieiov d Hy l if heart's l< al, s.ii brln : t i^ th'-i those loo ? w un it. tM4l"<|li??gts. Ktllr d. me jJ runa aveuuo, ulK'.U Iwt'liw sir est