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WASHINGTON. D. C.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 6. 1863. N*-. 8.180 THE EVENING STAR. IB rUWlAKHTD bvbky AFTERNOOP, (BPITDAT BXaMPrMDy") AT T*RR ATAR RUILOIRfllf goHB nx' A ATwnra Am iith anm, ?T W. r>. WALLAOH. Fipor* loreed la ?ukM*atT ?url?mt 14 a m|, ?r ST wnts per month, to mail subscribers ?0 prfcwli 94.50 a w*r,inndv??u: 93 for tlx mMm; fl for three months; and for lee* theD fern mWthe at the rata of 13 oeaU a week. Sn<l* wefts*. on ony; in wrappers, two oma. ^"ADVERTISEMENTS should he Mnt to th* before B a'alaek m.; otherwise they mar not - utU the nart day. orriciAL. 1I7A1 BBPARTMENtT ? * Washinoto*, January 9i, IMA? 1b *ins*??*no* of tha pressure ?f business at ma Wa? Department, passes for eltisea* to visit tha Attar of the Potomac will be given at the office of Uaat. Ool. OovalD, 133 Pennsylvania avenue a>Wu Nineteenth street. EDUCATIONAL REWARD 1NSTITVTK, J? lion. WM, U. SfWARD, Prefident, FEMALE DE P ARTMENT?Misa M. B.Hotch wjsh. Principal.?The Summer Snsnian oonmenoes April i'. Board, tuition in English andPrenob, ?140 per annum, Rtfumcf ?Hon. Wm. H. Seward, Key J. Bella, B. i>., Church on the Hight*. Brooklyn; R. O. Pardee Bupt. N. Y. 8. 8. Union, 599 Broadway; and Iv?M>n A Phinuey. 4* Walker street, N. Y. Plorida, Orange coanty, N. T. ap 8-3w* PERSONAL. ]\JO IMPOBITION.?Madame Rn-w, Doctrsss and ll Asr.rr.logiat, ?m born with a natarol (lift. She tells the pant and future? never known ta fail. Causes speedy marriages; brines together those long separated; cures all diseases. Business ?irletly confidential. No 33SO itraet north,earner of twelfth street west, three squares frem the Paten* Office Tiie only person that can show a IlkviieaM of future huebaul or absent friend in re alitr. Ladies 50 cents Gentlemen Si. ap 3 lm* BOARDING. BOARDING.?A f>-w single gpntlpmen can bp ac eommodat-ed with BOARD at 1 7 3 Second at., between B and C. Also ROOMS, for families a' re duced prices. Tbiti bous-e is kept l>y a northern family. and Bituatod within a few doors of the Ca?i *ol, Avenue, and Depot. ap 29-lw* TWO GENTLEMEN CAN FIND PLEASANT aecommodntions and (cuod BOARD at $25 per wionth in a private family where there are no chil dren. Apply at 17 9 6th street, near N street north. Bafpreneea required. ap23-lw* 4S() ?ICTLR*COBD AND TASSELS. Pieture Cord and Tassfla, different sizes aud ?ciori.a beautsful assortment iuat received at J. MaRKRITSR'S, No. 4*6 Seventh st . 3 doors above a?SS-13t* Odd Fellows'Hall. P MILITARY HOODS. RESENTAT10N, DRESS, AN D RKGULATION 8WOKDS. SASHES. BELTS. BP A ULBTT KS, SHOULDER STRAPS and every other Officer's requisite. A complete assortment of the finest quality siway- on hand. M. W. GALT A BRO. Jewellers, 354 Pennsylvania avenue. ap&5tif near Metropolitan Hotel, \\' ATCH E j. JEWELRY, SILVER AND >? PLATED WAKE, FANCY UOODS,AC. Ladies arid Gentlemen's WATCHES,by all the more celebrated makers? English, Swiss, and Amrrican. Every desciiption of rich JEWELRY, af tke lataat and uniquw styles, PURE SILVER WARE of the newest and most elegant pattern Extra heavy PLATED WARE and PARI3 FANCY C-OODS. An cncscalir larre aesortmeat just opened. M W .GALT A BRO., J? wallers, 334 PeUn. av. near the Metropolitan Hotel. _ ap 23 etif 1' MATTiNG-MATTING ! HAVE On hand 15?> pieces Plain, Checkered and Guwqua; also, Kloor, Table and Step Oil Cloth. A toe assortment of Crockery and Glass Ware, to talizer with it variety of Cabinet Furniture both n*w and second-hand, which wiil besold ' heape Than the cheapest. Call soon at 438 7ths treet. be nreen G and H, east side. mar5)-lin R. BUCHLY. BOTELER A WILL80N, UESERAL AUCTIONEERS, Ibon H ali., Pbxxstlvaxia Avbkcr, Etlwitn 9th and H'tA streets, Havicc renewed their iicenne, offer their nervices to the public for the sale of Heal rropertjr. Stocks, Housenaid Furniture and Merchandise of any de fteriftion. Liberal cash auvauces made whenever required. ao?lo ^TIAUB HIP GREAT EASTERN. WALTER PATOS Commander, The GREAT EASTERN will leave LIVERPOOL ?n her first trip during the present month or early in May. and will con tinue to run regrularly during the season. *ar:y notice will be given of dates of departure, BATES OF PASSAGE. Piret Cabin, from $95 to $136 Second Cabin $70 Excursion Tickets out and back, in the 1st and 2d Cabin only, a fare and a half, Third Cabin $8r> Steerage ?33 All fares payable in Gold, or ite equivalent in U. E. currency. Por passage apply toCHARLBS A. WHITNEY, ?t the Office, 36 BROADWAY, New York. For freight ap*y to HOWLAND A ASPIN W ALL, Agents, 54 South street. New York, at 25 tj?9 |j FIVE TWENTIES, SIX PER CENT BONDS FURNISHED AT PAR by BARROW, McKELDBN A CO., No. 333 Pbbs. At*xc?, * ap7-lm Opposite Willards'. ^2 I10W TO SAVE YOCR PENNIES.? fVj HBlLE^rN'8 f II " Aa BARGAIN SHOE STORE, V K ?06 Sevksth, Betwkbx D ahd E Stkeits, where they are Belling Ladies' Lasting Balmorals..... .$1.00 and 91.50 Congreui aud Lare Gaiters 1 00 " 1.5c Pine Morocco Boots.^... 75 Balmorals l.?0 " 5.W Ladies'eitpperc and Buskini 25 ** l.CO Men's Pine Calf Boofe S.no 41 fl.00 ?* u *? Ti#* 1.80 " 2 Bays' and Children's Shoes at all prices. It will pay yon to examine our stock. Youllsave from eents to $1 cn every pair of Sboea or Boots yo? hay. Good materials and workmanship warranted. L. HEILBBUN A 00., 506 Seventh atj, betw. D and B. ap 3 lm * T nder Odd Pallowa' H all. ^2 BUILDING MATERIALS. 5g2 H. W. HAMILTON, Agent, No. 563 SEVENTH ST., has os jasd the larukst stock or SASH, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS, DJOR AND WINDOW FRAMB8, <??LAZED SASH, BLIND A 8ABH DOORS, Ac., in this part of the country, which he is able to tell at aa low rates as they can possibly be famished In thia market. Builders would find it to their interest to call and eiaimne his ?toek and prieen.and nee what a saving eaa he made by purchasing such work ready-made. All work well seasoned, and prices according to quality. E'ery description ef work in this line made to order at short notice. BT7ILDING PAN D of all kinds and of tha best SAllties furnished in any quantity, iu any part of ecitj. No. 563 SEVENTH STREET, a* A Iin* near Canal BriJ/e. A RBI AGES ! CARRIAGES ! I V- CARRIAGES I! I fehve now an hand and daily receiv jjQfcJfj a fine a^sorttient of PlBST CLAsS CARBlA<fEt9. made by tha best buiid ^ ara Hi the country; consisting of one splendid full Oajeeke. on*Ual<tehe Coach. Brett's;four aud six a*at Rockawaya Hud Germantowhs. ltoat Waguns A>r two or four peraons. Doctors'Phaetons, Plain a*A shiftisg Tob Bugaies, ogelher w;th a usmbur <A SECOND HAND CARRIAGES but little ased; alar , several sp.en^id Sleighs, all purchased for ?ash.aad can bo ?old to suit the times to those who S.LEWBAP,.Se0 xMD 8BAWL8. We kave just r??ceiTed a beautiful assortment of the latent styles of beavy Silk Wrappings and Long wd Square rpriag Shawls. Also 10 pieees Black flUs^suitable fer The steamship salvor, prom mbw York, has a-rived and la now die afcarging cargj at the loot of High etpp-tfVWIMOBG ANABHIN1HAET. AgenU O. i?a7 PENNSYLVANIA AYBNUB. A. M. BIMN&ER # CO.'S 8 TO AM is at 3.17 Pinin.TAiu AtbbvS ? Thtfumtk t$n*,tm4mmrb ?? ??tf . MELODEON8.?A largo assortment of Prinoe * Go 's Meied jons have rustboan reeeirod at the Vaslc SWro of W. ZEKOTT. a# 1 AUCTION SALES. FUTURE PAYS. By GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers. WALE Of EXCELLENT HOUSEHOLD AND Foiuutcri if Acctic.n.?On PRIl AY, the 8th inetant, we shall sell at the I *f*??an?a of a gentleman declining housekeeping, ?t No. *8 Fifth street, between F and (} streets north. ?t 10 o-elook A. M -, a food uwrtmont of r urmture. viz: Walnut Tete-aTete 8ofas Hair-seat Cantor and other Chairs Walnut marble top Center and other Table* Do French, Jenny Liud.aud other Bedsteads I Oce fine eak Cottage set eoiaplete Three-ply, Ingrain, and other Carpets Husk and cotton and other Mattresses Bureaus. Wasb< .and. Chair?, and Tables One fine Befrigerator Postage and other Oilcloths and Rtair'Rods i Conking. ?ir-tight, and other Stores China, Glass.and Crockery Ware With many other articles too sumerouB to enumerate. Terms- ash. wr 3 d (tBKEN A WI';LIAM9, Aucts. By BOTELER & WILLSON, Auctioneers. |]N1TEJ) STATES M*R8HA1/B SALE. SLOOP akd Bow Boat.?In virtue of a writ issued from the Clerk's vffice of the District Court, of the United States. in and for the District of Columbia, will sa l at the loot of 6th itreet wharf, on the Potomac river, on SATURDAY, the tfta day of May ifif.a, for cash, at 4 o'clock P. 3d A Schooner with no '"no name," also one Bow Boat WARD H, LAMON, U S Marshal, D. C _roy4-dtd^ BOTELER A WILL80N. Aucts j By J. C. McOlTIRE A CO.. Aucti?neers. 'T'RUSTEE 8 SALE OP VALUABLE LOTS IN 1 Pkixti.no Office Square.?On SATURDAY AFTERNOON, May 16th, at 3}^ o'clock, oh the I premises by virtne of a deed of trust to the ?ab i scriber, dated Msy 7th, 1857, and duly recorded in Libfrr J. A. S No. 137, foliofl51 et s*q.,one of the land record- tor Washington county, D C.. I sha'O seil Lois No. 52 ai>d S3, in James C. MeGuire's Subdivision of Square numbered K24, esch front I leg 24 feet on H street, near the Government Punting Office, and running back 178 feet 3 iaches. | to a 30 fix t a ley Th-.se Lota have a pnvement laid and traes planted in front, and are very desirable location for residence. Terms: One third in cash, the remainder in 6 I and 12 months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the premises. All cost of eonveyanciEg t-be paid by the pur cba/er. THOS. J. PISH Ed, Trustee, ap 23 d J. C. MoOUIRB & CO., Auota. By G KEEN A W LLIAMS, Auctioneers. CATALOGUE SALE Of WINES. LIQUORS. Ac., AT Auction ?On TUESDAY, 12th day of I May. at ? o'clock A. M..we shall sell at the Store formerly kept by P. Emrick A Ce., on 11th street, between Pennsylvania avenue and C street. (No. 519)one of the largest and beet stocks of Liquors and W ines ever ottered in Washington city at auction. We deem it uuneer suiry to enumerate the different brands, as there will be catalogues ready for any one to examine before the sale. The stock will he sold without reserve !o th e highest bidders. The atlentiox of all dealers is invited to the sale *P I? d GBEEN A WILLIAMS, Aucts. By M. V. BUCKEY, Auctioneer. AUCTION SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING Lots and Smalt. Two-Stoky Frame House in Gsorijktown ? On KRI DAY next, the 8th of M v, I will offer at auction, on the premises, the following property : One Lot on east side Congress street, near the canal. frontirg22 feet 6 inches, with a depth of 106 feet 3 inches. One Lot on west side Jefferson street, fronting on said street T< feet 6 inches, with a depth of 119 feet 3 inches, 83 feet of which has a width of 24 feet There are a quantity of g od hard bricks from the walls of the house lately burnt on this lot lying buried to the dupth of live or si* feet, which, with the broken ferictc properly worked in, may put up the walls of a two-story house. Three Lots fronting on Gay street 25 feet, with a depth of ?6 feet. The lirst of these is the northwest corner of Washington ano Gar streets. Th**e lots bare a line position, commanding an extensive view of Washington city, the Potomac and sur rounding country. They also afford basement and cellar convenience without he expense of digging Four lots?three fronting on south side Olive street 40 feet, having a depth of 56 feet 10 inches, and the fourth fronting 60 feet on Olive street and 64 feet on Bock street. The south line of this lot is 30 fett. These lots offer inducements to persons who wish to build snug moderate sized houses with good gar den ground. One Lot on east side Jeff-rson street, fronting on said street .jfi feet, running back i<u feet 7 inches. On ibis lot is a two-story dwelling containing eight rooms, and with small expense maybe made into two tenements of four rooms each. The housa sts-ids upon the north side of a ten-feet alley, and having ground on the back and north side for two gardens. A hydrant of Potomac water stands on the street in front of this lot. Terms of sak-: One third cash, the residue in six nine and twelve months, the purchiger giving notes' satisfactorily endorsed, with deed if trust to se cure the payment. All conveyancing at cost of pur chaser. lerms of sale roust be complied with in ten days, or the property wiil be re-sold at the risk and cost ot the defaulting purchaser. Sale will commence on the lot on Congress street at 3 o'olock p in may 1-lw* M. V. BUCKEY, Auctioneer. \ By J. C. McGUIRB A CO , Auctioneers. MLUABLK LOT CORNER OP PENNSYL VANIA AVfXCE anu Madison Place and OPPOSITE TO LArAVBTTK fcv|CARS, AT AUOTIO* ? On TUESDAY, May Sth, at6 o'clock P. M., ire we shall sell on the premises th&+ valuable parcel of land, with the brick building ana stablesthere on. situated on the comer ot Pennsylvania avenue and Madison Place, known and described on the official map of the city of Washington as original lots 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and the Westerly half of lot 3 in sqnre 221. The entire lot has a front ef 136 feet 10 ? ncbeson Pennsylvania avenue, and extends back 136 feet 10 ineheson Madison Place, and beiig sit uated within a few hundred yards of the State Trtasury, War, and Navy Departments and next to Lafayette Square, itd position is the most d?sirsb!e in the city for h first-class hotel. Terms- $25,000 in cash; rem aider on liberal term" ot credit to be made known on the day ef sale ap 27-d J AS. C. MoGUIRE A 00 , Aucts. ?ST THE ABOVE ^ALE IS UNAVOIDABLY postponed until TUESDAY, May ilth, same hour and pl-ice. "?y S J. C. McQUIBE A CO., Aucts. Bv J. C. McGUIRS A CO., Auctioneers. Executors sale of valuable IM PROVED ProFKRTT BeIOSOIVU TO TH1 EdTATl ?&??.lkVA?B. Chas. B. Kisu.? On TUESDAY AP at 8 0'cl0c*??n the premise*, I shall sell the folk wing valuable Improved Prop erty, belonging to the estate of the late Chas B King, viz: Lots 6. 7,8,10 and part of 9, Lu Square 321. and Lot No. 7, in Square 463. Lets 6, 7 8 and part of 9. in Scuare 321, front ou 17th street west, httween 1 ana P streets north, and are improved by a large sanar* frame dwelling house, with large portico In front, and known as the residence of the late Charlts B King, a brick building known as ' King's Gallery." titled up and arsanged as exhibition room for painting, studio and dwelling, and a, large and well arranged four story brown front dwelling house. Lot 10 fronts an feet 1 incn on F street north, the Wf -rtern part of which is improved with a three atory brick dwelling house, with a vacant lot on the t-ast side. > Lot 7, in Square 403, fronts 5f feet on H street north, between 6th and 7th streets west, and run ning back 132 feet 10K incies to a 30 foot alley. The above property haw baen carefully subdivided by the City Surveyor and will be sold in separate parcels. Terms: One-third cash; the remainder in 6 and li months, with interest, secured by a deed of trust on the yremises.the interest and deferred payments to be paid semi annually. The purchaser to have the right or option to nay all in cash. If the terms of sale are not complied with wltiiin six days thereafter the executor re?orves the right to resell, for eash, on one weak's notice in the Na tional Intelligencer, at the risk and expense of the defaulting purchaser. All costs attending the cenvevance to be paid by the purchaser. GEO. G. KING, Executor. ap 20 d JAB C. McGUIRE A CO.. AucU. By W. L. WALL A CO.. Auctioneers. /^LANCERY SALE OF VALUABLE REAL XS V/ TATE IK THE ClTY OP WASHINGTON. ? By virtue ot a decree of the Circuit Court of the District of Colambia, dated the2tith day of October, 18flP, mude in a certain cause in said C?art depending, in which RR-bard W. Bryan, wife and others were complainants, and John r. Dement and others were defendant* the subscriber wLl offer for at public auction, to the highest bidder, on THURSDAY, the Uth day of May next, at o o'clock in the afternoon, lots numbered twenty and twenty one, ia reservation numbered eleven (lots 20and 21. reservation 111 in the city of Washington, Tbe above property is situated on the west side of Second slreet west, between B and C streets north, and is improved by two thr e story brick bouses, with two-story back tmildinas. These houses being large jrooniy. well built, commodious, and within two squares of Pennsylvania wenue, are adsiirahly htted for* large boarding house. Th* attention of narties desiring to make invest ments is requested, as this is one of the most val uable pieces of nropert) at prosent in the market. Terms of sale, a* prescribed by decree: One fourth in cash on the day o sale; the residue in equal inbtalments. at eight, niteen.and tweuty fenr months, for which tn* notes of the purchaser, payable with interest and secured b) a deed of trust on th? property, will be taken. If the terms ot sale are not eomnl-ed with in live da?* alter sale, the property will be resold at the risk and eost of the purchaser. All conveyancing at the cost of the purchaser The property w ill be ?old free from the widow's dower. } CARTER MARBI7RY, Trust* t. *P 2? 3taw?ds W. L. WALL A CO., Anew. w ILL Be soJPa^P^Mic^Auction on em WEDNESDAY Mid SATURDAY, at li otlookt en., at the Wharf on lEgtti street, Washington .a! the Goraramcn Beef Bn?i on hand at the tbaa a ? Terms eaeh, la Treasury notes, to h* paid Btement of ease. * G .BX1 <a S IChw.) Lt. Oak. and C. 8. l AMUSEMENTS. WABHINTON THEATER. Lessee and Huifir, J. Wjlkis Booth. ITALIAN OPERA FOR TWO NIGHTS. DIRECTOR J. 6RAD Mr. 6RAU bu the honor to tOMOBic that tbe unprecedented auccess which has attended his last ??atos is Washington kt> indued him to give two mow Opera r epresentationa in this eity. Thsy will ? piaee on WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY EVENINGS If AT 6TB AJID 7TH. On WEDNE8DAYEV*NING,May?, will he given Flo tow'* master-piece, MARTHA; Or, thk Fair or Richmokd. Mile Cordier an Lady Henrietta II 'lie Morenai aa. Nausy Fig. Bri^. oil aa ".... Lionel Big. SuRini aa Flunkett big. Barili aa. Lord Tristan On THUR6DAY~ivRNING, MayT. will be preaented Meyerbeer'* world renowned and most celebrated Op-ra, R0B1RT6 IL D I A V 0 L 0. With an immense east Never Equakd t* this Country. Madame Lo iDi a* ~ Alice M lie Cordier a* laabella Signor hrignoli in his great role as Roberto tfUrunr Macca'erri a* Raimbaldo Who bus kindly consented to "blige the man* agement and perfect the cast by assuming this role. Signer Susini a* Bertram Condnator and Mu>ical Director Sig. Mu/.io Ticket Office for securinf seats will be open at Metierott'e Music Store to-day. my *-4t gS^Friday Evening, Heaefit and List Night but One of J y> 1LKEB BOOTH. FOR SALK AM) RKNT. 17*URNI8nKD RO' MS ?Furnished Rooms for rent, with or without board. Apply at 3"HC street, between 31 and tbi. myfi-2t* rl'*0 KKNT?On ground Uoor two PARLORS and J closed on suitable for onice* for a professional Tr.Rn, paymaster or a email family, clsse to Oity Hall. 4S7 E street, between 3d and 4th. my 6 L'OR f ALE?7 hat BRICK DWELLING- on 7th r street east, between G and H. to<etner with all of the ground, running back 2rig feet and ."?) feet f:ont, good for gardening purposes. Any on ia want of a comfortable and neat residence, might Co wt-11 by inquiring next door. The house is in good condition and furnished? No. 591 . myfi 5w* fa'HR BALE?A Ihree-story KKAMK HOUSE, No. I 27 2 on D street, between ISth and 13>* sts. Also, a two story frame on 11th street, between I and K sts. Inquire at tbe drug store corner of 12th street and Pa avenue. my fl-3t* FOR KENT?Two large ROOMS, on the tirst floor, suitable for office rooms ALo. Furnished Rooms for gentlemen. 410, Ninth and H sts. my S-8t* F 1 I^WO HANDSOMELY FURNISHED R*>OMW, with Board, m%y be obtained by immediate ap plication at No. 339 lr street, between9th and 10th may 5 3V* ,""OR RENT?Ono large front ROOM on second tinor, handsomely furnished, with or witheut beard, for a tentle-'-an and wife or two gentlemen at 409 I street, be twee . l<ith and lith. References required. my 3-gt* HOUSE TO LET -Parlor Corpus and Hall Oil Cloth for snk ?Contains 9 rooms en G, near 2f"th street; rent moderate: posee-ision about 2?th icst. Apply, by letter, to 'R.,"Lock box 22 Post Office. my 5 jt" TM1E UNDER FLOOR OF A LARGE AND 1 spacious bouse for rent, furnished or Unfur nished, consisting of 2 rooms, folding doors, and kitchen if desired; water and gas in the house; references required at 203 6th street, between M and N my S-2t* 1 BURNISHED HOUSE FOR KENT?In '.he Wes End, net tar from the President's Mwnsion and avenue. containing 11 rooms with all the modern improvements. Will not be rented for a boarding bouse or to let rooms. .References required and monthly payment in advance Address Box 4 0 Star Office. myftat* F' OR SALE?A well-built and substantial three story BRICK HOUSE with back bnilding, con taining 10 rooms, situated on southwest corner of li-th street and Virginia avenue, near the Smithso nian Institute. 1 his house is btiilt of the be?t ma terials and the work by the best builders. I will cell the above bouse at a great bargain and give tossesaion at oace. Apply on the premises, my g-2w? ffrep.) WM. WARDER._ TO RENT-A furnished BRICK HOUSE, near tbe Avenue. Possession given immediately. Address B?x IB, 8tar Office. my 4 3t* I/'OR RENT?Two handsomely furnished commu siciting ROOM!" on 2d floor. Inquire at 53 7'i II. between 6th and 7th sts. my 4-3t* A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOMMO dstrd with FURNISHED ROOM*1, with or without Board, at No. 5t>2 Penn. avenue, near 1st street my 4 -3f /OR RKNT?A substantia', new two story FRAME _ ULlLDlNG,8t by 20, suitable for business or manufacturing purposes. It has two efflces: is lo cated on New Jertey avenue, near D street. In quire at HARVEY 6l CO.'S Express Office.corner New Jersey avenue and D street. my 4-lw* ?/OR SALE-The five neat DWELLINGS with I msstic fronts, containing 9 rooms, and num bered fi45,.')4 7, .'>49, 551 and 553,onI3th street, bt-tween B and C streets south, in the most beau tiful, healthy and convenient part of the Island. Also, the fine Lot No. 14 in Square 264, on south B stiei-t. between ISth ai d 133* streets, fronting on the public grounds. Apply to D. B. CLARKE, cor ner Pa. avenue aud4j* street, or to R. H. CLARKE, No. 7 4)a street. my 4-3t* X1 EATLY FUNIBHEI) FRONT PARLOR AND II Chamber for rent at No 334 C atreet. between 4>o and 6th my l-eo3t* OR RENT?Several large FURNISHED ROOMS, or Fornished Houae No. 15* corner of !2d street and Pennsylvania avenue. References required. myl-eojt* FOR BALE-HOUSE AND LOT?A two-atery, basen ent auo attic Brlek House, containing 8 rocirs, No. 219 North B street, between Delaware avenne and 1st it. This ia a most desirable prop erty, being situated witbin the proposed extension of 'he Capitol Grounds. It will be Bold on the most reasonable terms. For particolara inquire of JOHN J. PEABODT, No. 50 Louisiana avenue. my l-'.gi* ^?^0 LET-Furnished or unfurnished ROOMS, by 1 the day, week or month. Applr 47 7 and 475 Thirteenth street, between D and Pa. avenue. Sent to suit tbe times. ap S9-lwr PMJRNIBHED ROOMB roR RENT-Two neatly Farniahea Ronins ( Parlor aad Oht mber) in a private family. The rooms connect ana are pleas antly located. For further Informatioa irquire at 4Ut> mh street, between 1 and K. ap 86-tf '0UN1RY SEAT FOR BALE.?The subscriber v offers for nsiehia FARM with first-class im provements containing 62 acrea of land adjoining Teni.allytown. and within 2>b mi es of George town, and 4 miles of the Center Market. The sail is admirably adapted to msrket gardening or grass. As a country at at it haaao superior, the view extending from 12 to 70 miiea in every direc tion Can be divided to suit purchaser*. H. W. BLUNT, G1 Ls. av.^up sUirs, ap22-lm* Washington. "orTrENT-Two large ROOMS, 0n bv 28 feet, _ wjth side entrance, over the stor ? of S. H. Ba con, Grocer, 393. Pa. avenue, between 4>* and 6th streets, suitable for a manufacturer er a wholesale store. Apply to B. I. RaCOHL ap 16-tf FOR B A LR? Four B RICK HOUSES-two on II street, A25 and 537 ; possession lat June and July. Two on Maine avenne and 6th street; pos session 1st May These foor honses are nearly now atdwell built, and will be sold at 97.UOO, 95.000, fU.tk'Oaud $:i *00. if early application be made to . MILBURN. 324 I street north, between Oth and 7th. or at U. S. Jail. ap 16-lm" B. MILBURN. ? h F I ,'OB 8ALE?The One estate known as lhe'kCOL ? LEGE VILLA," about 1I4 wiles above George town, en the F ederick turnpike, aud containing 63 acrea, 3 roods and 36 perches, more or less, most of which is under cultivation, and the residue is covered with wood. The improvement* consist of a spacious mansion, containing 21 rooms ot various sizes, with ornamental g&rden adjoining, a flue dry cellnr aad pump before the kitchen door. Al?o, a ood frame houae, containing 4 rooms, flue io? _ouse, stable, shed a, and other eemra idioas out liouM'B. The land ia well adapted for maraet gar dens, pa-'ture, or the cultivation of the grape; has abundaat running water, contains two good aired fresh water ponds, aad a large number of apple, peach,cherry, pear and other fruit trees. This wc uld be a desirable residence for a foreign or cab inet minister or member of Congress. Besides its many other ad vantage a. the improvement* on thia tine estate wonld male it very available an a sum mer hotel. boarding house or summer resort for pen one detained at the Oapttal by boaioeaa during the apring, simmer and fall months, and presents a rare ebanee for iaveetmeat Inquire or RICH ARD H. CLARKE, E<q., No. 7 4>, atreet, or at GgorgMti wn College. ap&i-Ft* AQOOD CHANCE FOR IN VESTMENT.??e twe^a seven and eight acrea of Land, on the Plash Road, 4 milea north of Waaliingtou. oan be bought low for cash. It would make a fine mar krt garden. Inquire at No 473 Sixth atreet: or A C. P. SHOEMAKER, above Seeond toll Gate. PI*nk Road. aplTlm* rURNISHED BOOBS WAN TED.-Wanted to r?Bt. for from one to three year* a Furnished Dwelliag for a private family Loeation la tag Pirit orBecond Ward preferred Add re* Loeh Bog U.WashIart*B. D. 0. *4-tf TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES.] FROM SUFFOLK. . Skirmishing on the Blansensond?A Rebel Rifle-Fit Captured and a Battery Si lenced Suvpolk, May 4.?At nine o'clock yesterday morning Gen. Peek sent a force of infantry, cavalry and artillery across the Nwiwmond riyer at Saffolk tomake areconnoissance. They advanced cautiously np the old Petersburg.' turnpike, and when two miles ontencountered the enemy's rifle-pits, which were thoroughly manned. The r9th New York and 13th New Hampshire regiments made a spirited and sue cesslul charge upon the rebel works, and car ried them after a vigorous struggle, when tbe enemy rvtreated and fell back out of range, leaving their dead and some wonnded on the field. During this time the Drawbridge But tery and our army gunboat Smith Briggs, Capt. Lee, were playiug upon the enemy, doing good execntion among their sharpshooters secreted in the woods. Sin the aiternoon our troops came upon a re >1 masked battery situated 2# miles north of Suffolk, and at 4 o'clock Davis's Massachusetts battery and the gunboat Smith Briggs com menced shelling them out. Alter thirty mi nutes the rebels returned the tire, which was kept up on both sides till sunset, when the enemy's battery was silenced. Col. Ringold, of the 103d New York regiment,was shot while leading his regiment in front, and died during the night. The chaplain of the 25th New Jer sey Regiment was wounded. Dr. Smith, of the 103d New York, was shot and severely wounded yesterday by an officer in a fit of insanity. "While the skirmishing above noticed was in progres, Gen. Getty crossed the Naneemond four miles below Suffolk and encountered the enemy, and it was rumored and believed among our officers that he had succeeded in capturing a reb? 1 battery of eight guns and a large nnmber of prisoners. This needs confirmation. Scouts were sent out from Suffolk yesterday on the Somerton and Eaton roads, but dis covered nothing of the enemy, and after pass ing out about six miles returned. The enemy's riflepits on the South Quay road and on onr front were vacated yesterday after noon, and the troops left in great haste, taking their baggage with them, evidently having more important business elsewhere. FROM VI(K>BLR<i. Another Attack by Gen. Sherman -on the Ya/.oo?The Attack on Grand Gulf. Chicago, May 5.?A special Cairo dispatch states that the steamer Lady Franklin has ar rived from Vicksburg, which she left on Thurs day night. On that morning Gen. Sherman, with a fleet of transports, accompanied by gunboats, passed up the Yazoo and made an a'tack on the rebel batteries. In the afternoon several more transports followed witb troops, and it was reported that Gen. Sherman landed precisely in the same place he landed when he made bis former attack. Cannonading and musketry eould be distinctly heard at Young's Point, on Thursday, till long after Qightlall. A gentleman who left New Carthage on last "Wednesday, states that a very heavy force of Gen. Grant's army had been landed on the Mississippi side, eight miles above Grand Gulf,' and our gunboats had been shelling the latter place for teveral days. ARMY OF THE MISSISSIPPI. Col. Wood'* Expedition?The Negro Regi ment*? Flagging a Wood Train. Cincinnati, May 4.?The TCth Ohio regi ment, Col. "Wood, returned on trie 20th ult. to Milliken's Bend from an expedition into Mis- j sUsippi. They visited the corn-growing region on Deer Creek, and.destroyed 350,000 bushels ! of corn and thirty cotton gins and grist mills I in rebel employment Three full regimeats or i negroes are now organized at Milliken's Bend, ! and a fourth is nearly full. There is a pros- j pect of rait-ing six or seven thousand able- j bodied men in a few days On th?! 2d Inst. thirty rebels, in Federal dis- ; guise, flagged a wood train on the Memphis ? and Chester railroad, near Grand Junction. ; The train stopped and a number of prisoners \ were taken. The engineer managed to detach ! the engine, and escaped with it. From Missouri. St. Loris, May 4.?The dispatch of last night announcing the arrival of Gens. Vandever and McNeil's forces at Cape Girardeau was a mis take Gen. Sturgis received to-day advices from Gen. Vandever stating that the pursuit of Maimadnke terminated at Chalk Bluff, near the Arkansas line, on Saturday. Skirmishing was carried on during the pursuit, and at the final crossing of St. Francis'river the enemy .were badly punished. Onr total loss was about twenty-five. Thatof the rebels was much larger. General McNeil's horse was shot under him. Our troops marched 240 miles, and drove the enemy out of this department in great dis order, and much demoralized. Kiot in iadiana. Cincinnati, May 4 On Saturday a riot oc curred at Centerville, Indiana. Two weeks be fore a man came to the place wearing a butter nut breastpin. The sheriff took the obnoxious breastpin from the man. The man's friends gathered at Abington On Saturday, and visitsd Centerville, for the purpose of punishing the sheriff. The friends of the latter got the better of the rioters and dispersed them. Being rein forced they made a second attack on the town in the aiternoon, shouting for Jeff Davis as they rode ia. The Union people overpowered them and captured 27, who are now in jail, charged with disturbing the peace and camping with arms in their hands., Southern News?Grand Gal< Not Yet Cap tared?The Federal Raid in Mississippi. Chicago, May 5.?A special dispatch from Cairo says that the report that the Federal troops had occupied Graud Gulf is premature. The Jackson (Mies.) Appeal of the 28th, says of Col Gricrson's Federal raid, that beside tearing up the railroad, he destroyed two bridges, each 15U feet long, seven culverts, burned twenty-eight freight cars, blew np two locomotives, and burned the railroad depot and two commissary bnildings at Newton. They also deeiroyed the telegraph line by destroying five miles of wire. They also captured two trains. Return of the Hawkia* Zouaves. New York. May 5.?The steamer Kennrt>ec arrived here this morning from Fortress Mon roe, with the Hawkins Zouaves, their term of service having expired. The regiment was met by the 12th New York regiment, and escorted up Broadway, greeted by thousands in the most enthusiastic manner. Their colors, tattered, laded and perforated in many places by rebel bullets, attracted much interest. Arrest of Vallnndigham. Cincinnati, May 5.?The Hon. Mr. Vallan digham was arrested at his residence at Dayton, i at two o'clock this morning, by a detachment of soldiers wlio went up from Cincinnati by a ! special train last night. The soldiers were j obliged to batter down two or throe doors before j they could reach his room His friends rung the fire bells, and an attempt was made to i rescue him, but failed. He was brought to this ? National Typographical Union. CLfc.VKi.ANi>, May 4.?The National Typo graphical Cuicn assemble J here to-day, when j t he lollowtngofflcers w> re elected ?President, , Eugene Vallette, of Philadelphia; first vice president, George K. McLuken, of St. Louis, tecond vice-president, J. A. Spencer, of Cleve land: secretary and treasurer, Thos. J. Walsh, of New York; corresponding secretary, Win. Moore, of Detroit. I From Key West. Nkw York, May 5.?The frigate Susque hanna, from Key West on the2i>th,has arrived. The gunboat De Soto arrived at Key West on j he 27th. The brig Scotia has arrived from Pernambu eo, with ?00 bales of cotton. ' 1 Ship Destroyed by the Alabama. Naw York, May 5?The Express states that he privateer steamer Alabama baa destroyed he ship Punjaub at sea. No date or particu ars are given. Arrest el Secessionists atfpt. LoaU. St. Lone, Mo., April 5.?Some fifteen or wenty of the most prominent secessionists of this city were arrested to-day under General Curtis' recent order. - ? From Hew OrleaiM. H*w Yon*, May 5.?The steamer Continen tal, from New Origins on th? 9?th nit., has ar rived. She bring* no new?. Reported Mifrarat ta Charleston. N kw Turk, May 6.?The <Unm?r New Eng land, from HiHon Hod on tbo 2d inst-, reports that the Irigftta Ironsides was to crese Oharies ton bar on the 3d and the Monitors ou the 4th. THE GREAT BATTLES OF SAT URDAY AND 8IJ1SPAY. A GRAPHIC ACCOUNT. From the correspondence of thtf New York Tiroes we take the following interesting de scription of the great battles of Saturday and Sunday: At 3 o'clock on Saturday it becam?- apparent that Stonewall Jacksori with a heavy force was executing a sudden movement ou our right, and it was at once resolved to checkmate him. Gen. Sicklee was ordered to pnsh on, and Gen. Williams' division of Slocum'scolumu waaor dered to co-operate. Birney pushed ahead with great vipor, and with Randolph's battery soon sent to the rear as prisoners el war the eutire remnant ol theTweuty- third Georgia regimi'nt, numbering over four hundred officers and men. The column of ihe enemy which had been moving np this road was now literally cut in t^ o.andGen. Williams had commenced u flank movement on the enemy's right, which prom isi d llie must auspicious result.s * JACK80N 8 ATTACK ON OCR RIGHT. Hut at 5 o'clovk a terrific crash of mnsketry ou our extreme right announced thai Jackson had commenced his operations. Thishad iteen anticipated, but it was supposed that alter his column was cut the corps of General Howard, (formerly General Sigel's), with its supports would be sufficient to resist his approach, and finding that he was himself assailed in the rear he would turn about and retreat to cscape cap ture. Hut, to the disgrace of the Eleventh corps be it said, the division of Gtneral Scliur/., which was the first assailed, almost intautly gave way. The enem}- pressed his advantage. The brigade.' of Cois. Hushbeck and McLean only len.ained lighting, and maintained th? rijselses n. biy as long as possible. Hut they too gave way, though in good order, lyiore vastly superior numbers. General Hooker now sent to the aid of Gene ral Howard the choicest division of his army, the creation of hi? ownhand.tiie lamoussecond division ot the Third corps, commanded by Major General lierry. Captain Best seou moved his butteries on a ridge running across the road, and alter a short but sanguinary con test the further advauce of the enemy was stayed. , Of course this disaster compelled the recall of Sickles and Slucnm, whohadbeen pursuing their work with remarkable vigor. General Williams's division, returned only to And a por tion ot their works tilled with the enemy, Sicklrs's division could not communicate with i the rest of the army at all bylthe way they ad- ! vawced, and only at great risk by any other j route. SEW mFPORlTIONfS BY OEN. HOOKEK. This was the position at dark, and it did not ! look very promising. But our energeuc com- ! mandcr was more than equal to the emergency. ! New dispositions to repair this disaster were "it once resolved upon. Communication was at j once had with Generals Birney and Whipple, and a night attack ordtred to restore the con- j nection of the lines. Gen. Ward's brigade of i Gen. liirney's division, made the attack at 11 j at night, aided by ('apt. Best's guns, m:issedon i the ridge in front of the enemy. Biruey's po- ; 6ition was on the extreme left of this new line ! ot battle, but Ward's terrific aitaAk was en- j tirely successful, communication was restored, j and in a charge made by the Urig:ide, a portion of she aitiilery lost by Howard was gallantly retaken by Gen. llobart Ward. This night attack was the most grand and terrific, thing of the war. Malvern Hill was a skirmish compared with this, save in the de. gree of slaughter. But it wa? successtul?the enemy were driven back nearly half a mile, and our tired men once more" slept on their arms. That night's work was ended. THE BATTLE OF SUNDAY. Now I come to Sunt'ay. It was perfectly evident, lrom the position ot affairs 011 Satur day night, that there must be a change of our lines, which would throw the enemy outof our rejir and into our front again. (ien. Keynold's First army corps arrived at T'nited States Ford on Saturday afternoon. It v as immediately. put into position on our rit:ht, which was'wiihdrawn lrom the plank road to the Ely's Ford turnpike. This line was immediately formed by Generals Rey nolds and Meade, the letter's position on the left having been relie^d by Gen Howard's Eleventh corps which, notwithstanding its disorganized condition, was so for reorganized during the night as to be fit for duty again this morning. They were a-signed the position on the left, where it was probable there would be little or no fighting, and were protected by the strong works built the day before by General Meade's corps. Our new line now assumed the shape of a triangle, prolonged at the apex, the right of the line somewhat longer than the lelt. As the portion of the line ou the right was new, time was necessary to fortify and in trench it. and the work was carried on vigor ously by thelFirst and Fifth army corps. It was very evident at daylight this morning that the day would bring forth a terrific battle. We knew that the enemy had been reinforcing his line all niglit, at the expense, undoubtedly, ol the strength of his force 011 our left. His in tention was, evidently, 10 fight for the posses sion of the plank road, which It was perfectly apparent he must have, as that portion of it which we then held wa- subject to the enemy's assaults in front and on both flanks. But the possession ol this road was not ob tained by the enemy save at our own time, at his severest cost, and after one of the most des perate, tenacious and blood}- conflicts, for its short duration, ot the whole war. At 5 o'clock a. m. the rebels could be plainly seen up the plank road, about a mile and a half from the Chancellor House, which Gen. Hooker still re tained as his headquarters, though a shell had gone through it the evening belore. aud an other had cut down a tree directly iu lrout of it. Our line of battle was formed with General Berry's gallant division on the right, Gea. Bir ney next on the lelt, Gen. Whipple and Gen. Williams supporting. At 5,'* a. m., the ad vance became engaged in the ravine, just be yond the ridge where Capt. Best's giins had made their terrific onslaught the night before, and where ttiey still frowned upon the enemy and threatened his destruction. Ihe rattle of musketry soon became a long continued crash, anu in a few moments, as bat talion alter battalion became engaged, the jroar surpassed all conception, and iudicated that the tight would be one ot the most terrible na ture. Geu Berr\'s division, which had checked the enemy's advance the night before, engaged him again, and if it were possible for them to add more laurels to their names, then they did it thrice over ajraim. The enemy advanced las infantry in over v. helming numbers, and seemed determined to crush our forces. But the brave men of Sickles and Sloi-uin. who fought their columns with desperate gallantry, held the rebels in check, and inflicted dreadful slaughter among them. Geu. French's di. iv'on was sent in 011 the right flank of our line a ? about 7 a.m., and in a short time a horae of r; 1. .?d, stream ing rebels running down the rord indicated that that portion of the enemy's line had been crushed. At * o'clock a. m., &eu. French sent his compliments to Gen. Hooi; r, with the in formation that he had cnarged ihe eneray aud was driving him before him. Sickles maintained the attack upon his line with great endurance. The enemy seemed de termined to crush him with the immensity of h'ij forces, and, as subsequently shewn from the statement of prisoners, five whole divisions of the rebel army were precipitated upon this portion of the line, for from these five divisions we took during the day an aggregate of over two thousand prisoners. THE EXPLOITS OK OCK TROOPS. .The exploits of our gallant troops in those dark, taugled, gloomy woods may never be brought to light; but they would All a hundred v?l umes. It was a deliberate, desperate, hand* to hand conflict, and the carnage was perfect ly frightful. Cool officers say that the dead and wounded of the enemy covered the ground in heaps, and that the rebels seemed utterly re gardless of their lives, and literacy threw hemselves upon the muzzles of our guns. Mauy desperate charges were made daring the fight, particularly by Berry a divisio". Mott's brigade made fifteen distinct charges, and cap tured seven stands of colora, the 7th New Jer sey, Col. Fran cine, alone capturing four stands of colors and 500 prisoners. Gen. Couch's Second Army Corps, though only in part present, did excellent work. It waa Geu. French who charged and drove the enemy en the flank, and it waa the Indottita THE WEEKLY STAR. ^ excellent Family K?w? J .-eraa!, ton taiaing a greater variety of Interests* reading tban oaa be ftvood Is as* niw?ia pihltakad o? Friday norrii|, .. mi >???? ftlaeic copy, w tl ^ JiTC MatM g th I? eopies - 9 Qf T**f ty-ftve of It iarariahiy eoatalna the " Washington Hnri" lk*t hM ???# n? Setiw JEeennz a?r dremUte eo generally throughout U< country <?? can be procuoi ?t the aounter, mmedtateiy alW tka i-moT U? HIM Price?THRM 01WT8 ui th* usPTurcnox or i uamillorhvilu The en^agem^nt lasted without the alichussL intermission from i\ a. m. to MS a. m when there was a temporary cessation on our nan. cccasioned by getting out of ammunition W? held our position for nearly an hour with the bayonet, and then, being reaupplied, an ord*r wa.^.Ten to fan bark to th? vicinity of U* Chancellor Houw, which we did in rood order Here the contest waa maintained for an hour or more, not *o severely as before* but with great hitvock to the enemy, and considerable loss to ourselves. 1 he vicinity of the Chancellor llouee was now the theater of the fight, and my viaius to that spot became less frequent, Gen Hooker maintained his headquarters there until loa. m.t whi n it was wt on fire by the enemy's shells, and is now ia ruins. Chanooilorsvilie is no longer in existence, having nerlsherf wilh the flame, but Cbaucelloraviilo is in his. tory, never to be effaced. Our new line was now so far established a? to render it safe to withdraw all our forces on Hint front, which was accordingly dona, and at 11.3" a. rn. the musketry nrin* ceased The er-uacement had lasted bix hours, but haa been the most terrific of the war. Our ar tillery had literally slaugrhten-d the enemy, aud many of tbo companies had lost heavily in m*-a themselves, but the Runs were all saved The enemy was now no longer ui our rear but had been shoved down directly in our front and is now directly between us and our force* in Fiedericksburg, and we v.ere again in au entrench* d and lormidably fortified position. The enemy ha.* earned some ground, it is iru brt at the sacrifice of the ilower of his fore* five of his seven divisions having been vut to pieces in the effort, and over ^.000 of ih>?nj hav ing lallen into our hands. Our right wing, under Gens. Reynolds and Meade, waa not engaged, save the division of lien. Humphreys, which went into thu woods on the rneray's lett ilank and tought valiantly under their nrilliant leader, until their ammu nition was exhausted. During the afternoon the eueuty has ma do several attempts to force our lines, particular ly at the apex of our position near the <'hau celior House, but Capt. Weed h;u= mas^d a large quantity of artillery iu such a position as to repulse, with great loss, everything placed within its range. The enemy tried several butteries and regiments at that point at different times during the afternoon, aud they were literally destroyed by ;he fire of our terrible guiu. Nothing can live within their range. or It POSITION AFTEK THE FIGHT. Onr present position is impregnable if our troops continue to fight as they have to-day Gen. Lee, the prisoners say, has issued an or der that our lines must be broken at all haz ards. Let them try it again with what they have left. They cau, and perhaps will de stroy themselves by attacks upon this position Our troops are perfectly cool and confidpn' They ha\e lought with great spirit and enthu siasm, and will continue to do so. The rebel prisoners report, that Gen. P. Hill was killed this forenoon, during the san guinary conflict his division had -with Gen. Kerry k division. General Berry wns hims^l f killed, while gallantly lighting his brave saea. AMUSEMENTS. .OROVER'8 THEATRE. MNNSYLVANIA AVJCNUl.near Wlilard'i Hot*I Lsoiued trauma ..Min&n THJS EVENING, LAST S1UHT EOT THREE of the Celebrated Youn* American Acter MR. EDWIN ADAMS. WK. EDWIN ADAMS. Third sad last night certainly of tbe greatest, play of thr times; epoch o! the French nation ? episode el the Reien of Terror : B. Web?ter'i great emotiot al1 scenic play,in a prolojfUr and three acts, entitled Xhv DEAD HEaRT. BEAD UEAHT. DKAD HEART. DEaD HEART. Appearance of the charming, able Actress SUSAN DENIN. And every member of the Excelsior Company Mr, Edwin Adams as Robert Landry Miss Susan Den,n as. Catherine Duval '?!?? *'? M. Ward as..... Abbe L a tour Miss Sophie Oimber as Ceriaette Mr.J.E. Whitney as..... gt. Valerie Admission 60, 25, and 75 cents. No extra charge for seeared seats. ILLAHBB' HALLi POSITIVELY FORONE WEEK ONLY' Commencing MONDAY, MAY 4TH, AKn EVSRY KVFHIHG I PBISO THE WJKK. First appearance in Washington in six years of the? World Rbnownkb PEAK FAMILY, swiss bell-ringers: ?F lii MEMBERS! The entire Company will appear in SWJi & COSTUMES ' 3 40 SILVER BELL 8. Tickets of admission. 5J cents; reserved s^at? cents extra ; chiicren hall price. ' Ticiets for sale at Johu F. EUis'h,' 306 Pa. ?v where a diagram of the h9.ll r%Ry beB6^D. Sfcle of comBaence at 11 o'clock Moudny, May 4 The Piano used is trom the manufacture c,s Cbicaering A gon, Boston, furnished by John I xullS. N.B.-THRE* & It AND MATI#h?g tHKp DA\. 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