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WASHINGTON. D. C.. FRIDAY. MAY 8 1863. N2. 8,182. THE EVENING STAR It #TTjnJ9H1CD KTKBY AFTERlfOOHj i/tvvvAT MjromrtKD,) 4t ram star ociLOinei, Pirns'* atmvi ajtd lira Stbs*, *T W. D. WALLAOH. IHVV.. ?rr?d in paehafesby eajtrfersat 94 ? MM, or ST oenta ner month. To mail subscribers fit* ?rto*ii S4.?0 ft year, in advanc*: #3 for six *ow*ha; 'I.1 fef three months; aad for lens than ?tn* 1"* ? the rata of 19 eents a week. Single ?. j ?*? omwr; 1b wrappers, two omre*. W ADVERTISEMENTS abouM kcMBttotkt cB?? before 13 e'cl-iek otherwise tltay may Mt ?*ti! the na*t day . KMf' AUCTION SALES. FUTURE PAYS. Bt DOTELER A WILL80N. Au?tionear? Mfty llth, at 5 o'ekus w? shall wit. on the ?remises, part of Lot No. 9, in 6<iu?re Nu. ?9, Son tin* twenty feet on B street batwean Sixth a*d Setsnth streets, together with the improva ?h nts thereon, consisting of ft superior ana sub stnntially boilt threw story Brick Dwelling, with UU baildicg. basement, and eel w This house contains all the modern improyetnenAe, m ko??tjid ?Quii1i?tftnt between the City HftVl Poet and Patent Office*, and is regarded a* beinj 0?ft of moat pleasant residencies in th? city Terms: One-fourth cask: balance on ft ?redit or ?ia mitmlf* months, uolen to hear interest ana 'feVftfiTSit L1AMB. A,*.. By GREEN A WILLIAMS, Auetioneers. CATALOGUE SAL* Of WINES. LIQUORS, Ac., it Auctjo*.?On TU BSD a.Y, 1 Jth day of May, at V> o'cloos A. M,, we shall sell at the Stora formerly kept by P. Knrieii A: Co., on 11th street, between Pennsylvania avenue and 0 street. (No. p51 one of the largest and best stocks of Liquors and wlne? ever uflered in Washington e?ty at auction. We deem it unnee? ssary to enumerate the different brands, as there will be catalogue* ready for any #ne 10 examine before the sale. The stock will ?>? sold without reserve to th e highest bidders. The attention of all dealers is invited tn the sale. ap 19 d QBKKN A W1LL1AMB, Auetfl. By J. C. McOUIRR A 00 , Auetioneers. ALUABLE LOT CORK BR OP PENN8YL Villi avkkub akd Madisoh PLACa. AJID arposi*? to LAFATarT* fqvAKB. at Aootiow.? On TUESDAY, May 5th, at 5 o'clock P. M., we we shall sell on the premises that valuable paroel ?fland with the brick building and stables there tin. situated on the corner o" Pennsylvania avenue aad Madiion Place, known ftnd described on the afBeial map of the city of Washington fts originftl lots 4. 5. 6,7,9, and the westerly half ot lot 3 in Mure?2l. Tne entire lothfts a front ef lHti feet 10 inches on Pennsylvania avenue, ftnd extends bach 196 feet 10 incheson Madison Place, ftnd belt* sit aaUd within a few hundred yards of the 8tate. Trfftsury, Wftr. and Navy Departments ?r 1 next ?o Lafayette ?naare, its position is the most 4aatrable in the city for a drst-class hotel. Terms: ?25.C00 in cash, remaider on liberal terms at ertdit to be made known on the day ef sale. ftp T * JA8. C. McGUIRR A. 00 , Auctt. TI1E ABOVE SALE IS UNAVOIDABLY postponed until TUESDAY, Mfty 11th, same hour "?yP5hre' JTC. MrOUIRK A CO.. Auets. By J C. McGUlRB A CO.. Auctioneers. EXBCUTOR'S SALE OP VALUABLE IM FHOVED I'ROPBRTV BbLOHGISG TO THK EdTATl ?r tbk latk Cua!? B, Kinu.?On TUEdDAY AP TERNOON, May 12th. at 6 o'clock,T)nthe premiseft. lahftilsel! the foll? -aiug valuable Improved i'rop ?rty. belonging to the estate of the lftte OhftS B. Kixg. viz : Low 6,7, 8,10 ftnd pftrt of 9, in Square 321. and Lot Vo 7 in Square 403. L?t? 6, b and p*rt of 9. in Sanare 321. front on Wth street w?rt. b*twe?n B and F street# north, and are improved by a lar^e ?iuar^ frame dwelling house, with large portico in front, and known fts the r"si'lenee of the l?to Cliftrles B King, ft brick bniidiog k?oa_u as ' King's (4-allery." fitted up and arranged as exhibition room for painting, studio and dwelling, and a iarae and well arranged four ?tcry brown front dwelling bouse. Lot K> frents 5> feet 1 inch on P street north, the western part of which is improved with a three story brick dwelling house, with a vacant lot on Ae ea?t side. _ Lot 7, in Square 453. fronts 5A feet on H street north between 6th and 7thxstreets west, and run airk back 132 feet 1?>4 inches to a 30 foot alley. The above bropertv has Men earefully subdivided by the City Surveyor and will be sold in i?eparate aa rc&' h , Term's: One third cash; the remainder in 6 and 13 months, with interest, se -ured by a deed of trust en the premises, the interest and deferred payments to be paid semi annually. The purchaser to have the right or option ta pay all in cash. . ? . ... .... If the termsof sale are not complied with withio ?i* dav thereafter the executor r?forve? the righl 10 resell, for eash, on one week s notice 111 the Na tional Intolligeucer at the risk and expanse of lbe a?faulting purchaser. All cosw attending the conveyance to be pftid by the Bueehaser GEO. O. KING% Executor, ?p *) d JAB. C. McOUlRB & CO..Aucte. By GREEN A WILLIAMS Auctioneers. FOR BALE?VALUABLE IMPROVED AND OVIMPEOVEI) ISLASft PatiPKRTT AT AOCTIOH.? We will sell at public auction between Tenth and Eleventh streetn west, described in_ Dr. J. L. MeW illiams'8 subdivision of Square 353 as Lots W, Lot P contains 2J65, G 4r91'3, H 1.S.D, I 92j, BndK 1.456 square feet. t?_j? The we i kn-iwn former residence of Mr Lewis H.Machen is on Lot G. 1 he other iota present p??cuiiar inducements foe bu'lding purposes. _ The sale will take on TUESDAi, the lJth inst., One half cash; residue a^ six, twelve, and eighteen months, with interest from day of sale, and secured by deed of trust on the premises. The mie is ?>erf^EBN & WILLIAMS. Aucta. Bv W. L. WALL A 00., Auctioneers. Chancery balk of valuable real es iatf. i* 1 hk City or Washinmton.?By virtue of a decree of tbe Circuit Court of the District of Oolambia, dated the 26th day of October, made In a certain cauM ixi wsid Court dHpenaing, in which RichftrdW Bryan, wife and others were eomplaiEant*. and John P. Dement and otheri were defendants the subscriber will offer for sale, at public auction * to the highest bidder, on THURSDAY, the ~4th day of May next, at 6 o'clock is the afternoon, lot* numbered twenty ?nd taenty one. in renervation nuinhered eleven (lots rpaud yj, re^erTation 11 ?in the oity of Washington. The above property is situated on the west side ?f ?eeond si reet west, between B and C streets nerth.andis improved by two thr;e-story brick benees. with two-story back buildings. These kcuB9f> being large^roomy, well bnilt. oonmoiioufi, and within two squares of Pennsylvania avenue, are admirably fitted for a large boarding house. Tbe attention ot parties desiring to make invest ?i*-uts is requested, as this is one of the most val wable pieces of property at present in the market. Term? of ?aie, a? preecribed by decree: One fourth in cash on the day o sale; the reaidn* in *qual instalments, at eight, sixteen, and twenty four montbs. for which the notes of the purchaser, payable with interest and secured bj a deed of iru>t on the property, wfll b? taken. If the terms ot sale are not ?omoliad with in five gays after sale, the property will be resold, at the risk and eost or the purchaser. All conveyancing at the rost of the purchaser The property will be sold free from the widow's dower. J CARTER MARBURY, Trustee, ap 2]-3tawAds W. L. WALL A 00., Aucta# By GREEN A WILLIAMS. Auctioneers Sale at auction of valuable and I?S-lH4B .K Bl Il.DlMi L0T.j OS TH1 ISLAND. ? On THURSDAY. May 14th, at 6 o'clock P. M., we shall sell.cn the premises, that very desirable Building Lot, part of original Lot No. J, square north of 361. fronting 25 faet on south B street and rucninv back to Virginia avenue, containing 1704 Square leet, with privilege, if purchaser elects, of a feet fiom front to rear m addition. Thisprr.perty is situated immediatsly south of the Smithsonian Building, convenient to the Bovtnth street passenger cars, and shou.a a.tract the ft'.tention and favor of persons scoring ft heftltby. pleasant, and desirable looatton for a ?rivate residence. ... Terms: Half cash: residue in pnm.ssorv notas a* e and 12 months, with interest, te?ur-*i by deed ?f trust on premises. Titia indisputable. ? Crnvevancinz at cost cf pureb a-**r. Ads GREKN & WILLIAMS. Auete. By GREEN & WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. 1'BUSTER'S SALE OK hMALL IjOT OF GOOD Laxd HIS Washihotom City. By Virture ?f a ?'f tru*t b?Kring <'hU: on tbc VtU day OT kovvmix'r, A. D , WW, and duiy ree^.rded Iu liber J A i<?. ?7, foliOfl 425, etc., one of ae laml r?-cord* for Washington connty in the U- -rict of C#mmbia. and by the rt^uea* of the hoki* ?* the aotes secured thereby, the undersigned trisle-j s wUl sell at public auction, at th>? Austiorj Rooms of ?e "n A Wdliams, in the'City of Washington, on TCBftDAY AFTERNOON.the 2">th.day o?Mar, ft. S o'sloek. p. m? the lot or parcel oi land No. 43, in A* subdivision of ft P*rt of the origin*! tract of land <j> said eounty of Wa?vhingt?n, ealie?< ^r?" to " The said lot No. 43 eon^nS4> acres oi land Mif or less A alat of *.h? subdivision will be exhibited at the sale. ?, ? . ... , . TbWi lot of land is well located, w.thin f ur or Ave KlU-e from the city, In an excellent n?igabo'h'>oa, and is ft pft-'t of ft tri>et of land of noted fertility p0e <a? purpose* of a market garden, or a location for reouatryresideaee, it *s Tery desirable. Terms of tale : One-third in cash, and the r?<.l.u-) fct six and twelvs months, with interest, seared by leed ef tmst. If the teruts of wJe re not eenplied with in Bve days after the da of sub>, than the trusteeN reeerre the right ta reK ftt the rtak and ?ost of Brst porahasePi Wter five ays no ^ ? My 4 aaw>wAasLIGM*W A WILLIAMS. A nets. By J. 0. MoGUlRE A CO., AaatUnoara. j virtne of adaed ta the wab Mifhar dated May 7th M7 and 4aly reoorded in iSbar i. A. 8 Ho. ur?. faiUee M 0t o^f th^? ^d iseerdii for Waahlngtoa eoaaty.Jtt 0--J ' aaU Lata >?, 5> ??d 62, la Js.me? 0. MaGairaJi Bnbii vision ef Baaara numbered 4M, eaah front hTg X feet en H street, near the Gorarnnseat Oflee. ftad r mill Daak TK 3 kaehes. *YbSa^Loti*liats a pareuient laid t?d tn>M jMufrSat. we^ery AeMraMe iMattoo J. ?. A 04*., Aa?t*. AMUSEMENTS, GROVER'S THEATRE. NRN9YLYANIA ATIHCI.mu WiUMd* Hotel ?fWUIB OlQTH. .. I ? - - MiWfln THIS EVENING. nllVKLL BINIfH AND LAST N1QHT BVT ONE of ike Young, Able and Popular Aetor,. MR. KB WIN ADAMB. MR. EDWIN aDAMS. By particalar r finest, to afford aa opportunity thos? who wore previously precluded Oy inclement weather and other mowi, on thia extra ^eaaion will be represented with all It* pecullaa Pristine Vneha: tments, Benjamin Webster's great French play, a fear All episode of the Reign of Terror, in a prologue and three act*, entitled tha ? DEiD UK ART. Mr, Edwin Adamses Robert Landry Miss Susan Denin aa . Countess St. Valerie Monday next May 11-MRS. JOHN DREW. Mlt. 0. BARTON HI* L, and the Philadelphia Arch Btreet Company for six nights only. ?ST Admission an, J5, and 75 eenta. No extra charge for secured goats. WASHINGTON THEATRE. Leasee and Manager John Wilis* Booth THIS EVENING, BENEFIT BENEFIT BENEFIT and last appearance bat one of the favorite young American Tragedian, JOHN WILKES BOOTH, JOHN WILKES BOOTH, when will be presented Bhakspeara's great tragedy MACBETH! J.Wilkes Booth m Maebeth Miss Alice Gray as Lady Maeboth E. H. Brink aa? Macduff 5 A TURD A Y EVENING, Last appearance this season of J. WILKES BOOTH. A great bill in preparation. CANTERBURY HALL, LOUISIANA AY., MA* Sixth Btkut. Wm. E Sum- Sole Manager and Proprietor THE WOR LD'S MODEL M VSIC HA LL. THE G HEAT TEMPLE ?/ FO RGETFL'LN ESS G Id ANTIC ARTISTIC ALLIANCE. A BRILLIANT BILL EVERY NIGHT. AN EVENT is the annalH of Manic Hall- is the production en tire of the^reat and thrilling drama, in three acts, rf JAOK SHIP PARI), JACK SHEPPARD, JACK BHKPPAKD, JACK BHEPPARD, OK OH ok THE HOUSEBREAKf.R! THE HOLSEBKEAKER! THE HOUSEBREdKER.' THE HOUSEBREAKER! Presented in a superior manner by the great CANTERBURY DRAMATIC COMPANY, as originally performed and now played in the prin cipal theaters of Europe and America, without the cutting and rehashing which piece* of the kind usually undergo in preparing them for the inferior capacities of the companies of music halls geoer This exciting dramatic lesson to youth will be performed every remaining night of this week, and at the Matinee of Snturday afternoon. MR. GEORGE R. EDESON AS BLUESKIN. Last week positively of their united appearance, of the great FAIRY COMBINATION ! MISB JULIA MORTIMER, MIBS ERNESTINE DE FAIBER, MISS KATE PENNOYKR, M'LLES AUGUST A and MARIE Reproduction of Moas. Szollosy'a BKA L'TIFCL. MvTHllLOiiirtL Bai.lbt of DIANA AND ENDfMION : OB, THE GODDESS OF THE CHASE ! In which the entire great CANTERBURY BALLKT TROUPE will appear. Last time of THE GIPSY TRIO. Appearance of THE GREAT COURT OP BKAUTY, THE PRODIGIOUS ETHIOPIAN ASSEMBLY, including DICK PARKER, H. W. EGAN. J. STfLYAS CLARKE, MASTER JOHNNY. WILLIS ARMSTRONG, will appear everv night. M'LI.E ANNETT1 GALLETT1, The greatest Danseuse in the world, is eng&gedand will shortly appear. Admission 36 eenta; Orchestra Arm Chairs, V) eenta; Private Boxes (holding six,) .fs. Doors open at 7o'clock. Petformanee at8. A GRAND MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 2 o'clock, * Fob Ladibs aid Childbbs. when the gTeat Canterbury Company will appear. w ILLARSB' HALL! POSITIVELY FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! Commencing MONDAY, MAY 4TH, AND B VERY KVBHINO iUBISG THE WHBK. First appearance in Washington in aix years of the World Rbhownbb PEAK FAMILY, SWISS BELL-RINGERS! ?F 18 MEMBERS! The entire Company will appear is SWltS COSTUMES! 340 S I L V 1 R BELLS. Tickets of admission. 50 cents ; reserved aeata, 35 cents extra ; children half-price. Tioketa for sale at John F. Ellis's,'306 Pa. av., where a diagram of ihe hall may be seen. Sale of tickets to commence at 11 o'clock Monday, May 4. The Piano nsed ia from the manufactory of Chicaering A Bon, Boston, furnished by John V. Ellis. N. B.?THREE GRAND MATINEES, TUES DAY. THURSDAY and SATURDAY AFTER NOONS. Children admitted to the Matinees fer 15 cent*? adults, 50 cents. Door* odm at 7 and J: commence at 8 and 3. my 4 iw C. 0. CHASK, Bu> ine*s Agent. o DD FELLOWS' HALL. ODD FELLOWS' llALL ! ODD FELLJWS' HALL! ODD FELLOWS HALL! SANDERSON'S SANDERSON'S SANDERSON'S SANDERSON'S RUSSIAN WAR! RUSSIAN WAR! RUSSI AN WAR! RUSSIAN WAR! RUSSIAN WAR! RUSSIAN WAR' RUSSIAN WAR! RUSSIAN WAR! TO NIGHT ! TO NUrHT ! TONIGHT! TO-MGHT J BATTLE8! BATTLES! BATTI.1:<! BATTLES! BATTLES! BATTLES! RATTLES I BATTLES? BOMBARDMENTS! BEIGES AND STORMS. BY LAND AND SEA! SEIGES AND STORMS. BY LAND AND SEA ! TAKING OF THE MALAKOFF and DESTRUCTION OF 8EBASTAP0L. Grand Day Performance, Saturday After'n, 3 o'clk Grand Day Performance. Saturday After'n, J o'cik Grand Day Performance, Saturday After'n, 3 o'clk Grand Day Performance, Satnrday Aft/nr'n, 3 o'cik S7" Admission 3C eeute ; Reserved S?&ti, on ctnts. Children 15eenta rcaya iw* & V0*" 1D*m" "tiH* dANDLIf, K? " TALLOW _ ? ? Cheap fer eaah at National Boa* and Candle Worka. Green street and the Canal, Georgetown, 0.0, war ?> fii) ?? EEWA ED?Will be given te aay person if wLO Dra. Brethere A Gray, fail to describe their disease and symptoms, without s**ing ihe ritient, by a ehessieal aaalyste of the URINK; the rtt in the mors Lag ia required. Dra. BAG. hvi practised ia thia city ilnee 1H?9, With tte mart re markai le suoeess. and are well kuown to d stin Tilsbed physicians ti ?1 sargrona .n Europe &nd merl'sa. The only botanic pbyaiciani practicing ia * aahingion, oSce 17 9 south B street, oufC?ite Smlth'oniaQ Institute. betwwen 9th and :-"tn. apW eoiic* |.M)R SALE?400 set 1 iw r ? ARE ESS: Sue gov? ee?< MeCieltsu SADDLES; also, a 3 asd e-Eeree second -hand teeoad hand eitlaenand B; also, a large iet of a*eoad fesad BRIDLES Apply to H B JOHNSTON, No. 373 Pa. avenue, between andfth streets, op pealte Watienal. ap te-eoim* 486 WIIW>WMAP?. 486 Beaatiful and varied styWs ef GUt Baud Wmio* m H?6w* LINT OF LETTERS REMAINING* IN THE WASHINGTON CITY POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1863. OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN THK PAPKB HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. LADIES' LIST. AlWn Miss Sciota W Anderson Mary A Air lander Mrs S J Arlington Mary A A1 en Nellie ATt<-ridge Airnese Brignoli M W Bojd Mm Qt Master J A Bell Eliza M Burch Melissa Brown La ttice M Brown Mrs Beanc Mary A Brown Surah M-2 Bialii Annie Boyd Mr* Wm Beall Cecelia V Boyle Mips Esmaraldo Baily Margaret Breakev Win K Baily Margaret Benhart Ellen F Ben set Mrs J A Bulger Margaret Bi ifowi' Harriot A Babcock MrsOrrin Bai ley Rebecca BaunLart Mary F Breretnn Mr* II Browne Margaret Cox Jauc Cone A nnie C Coe Sail ie Chase Martha G Carter Susan Coleman Mrs Jno Cabell Mn ry RG Croniu Johanna Campbell Mr* JamwB Cater Mary E Carroll Jane Corkey Mary "Drane Maggie Donnel Hattie Douglass Mary Diven Mre C W Davis >finna L Dickson Mrs J H Di'ksou Mary Dixon Julia Dutton Mattie Da? is Georgio Duell Mrn J M Draper Elizabeth Elisor Sophia Klkin Matilda Evans Mre J F-2 Fields Mary F'-rtrUf-on Ellen Fletcher Annie Fisber if ins B Flechar Emily Fiueica Maranda Foster Emma E Foster Sarah R FHtzgerald Mary Franeufep Anna Fletcher Mary A Forsyth Maria H Florence Eliza fiuerwie Cath Gaurey Elizabeth <?ii''n Mary 0 George Annie Good Maggie E Green Mrs Jno Gault Mr^ Jane Hart bailie llarte Hope M Hall Mrs C B Hill Mr* Wm J IIobby Mrs Howard Latte Hamilton Mary Holland Annie Harrington Mary A Howard iiarra B Hennan Carrii Laeuse Mrs Joseph Lasselie Ellen L Laurence Mrs D Looinis Nellie Loun Mrs May La Waster Virginia Lyford Eliza Lathron Mrs E C Logan Mrs T J LOring Mrs Win Leonard Cecelia Monk Amelia Mills Louise Moore Miss M L Mill < Lizzie Mapes Mr? Mink-s Joanna Miller Rosa McClure Mrs C A M orison Mary M Mitxe Mary A Miller Libhie Malun Minty MoGfitt Mary Murry Margaret Millen Mary A Metcalf Christianna A Molley Mary Meyer Elizabeth Mason Elina Martin Mrs H M MrAtee Elizatteth A MrKnight Martha H McGuire Maria McCloskey Bridget McClure Sarah C MrKenna Mary Noon Mrs Newton Mary E O'Bonnell Elizabeth O'Connor Mary Peach Mrs Jonathan J Piatt Mrs E K Patterson Mrs D H Power Masrgie Phillips Mrs Jno W Purrty Ella Powell Louise Phillips Mrs Thomas Perkins Mrs C Ouinn Era B Richards Sarah Reiner Mary Reese Anna M Rons Mrs Thos Roberts Laura A Rn??ell Rhoda Robinson Kliza 0 Reinhard Minnie Richardson Klla Robinson Kliza Reynolds Mrs J H Ranger Maria Raina Mrs Lieut Rament Mrs Lyman Russell Jane Riley Snsan Robert Mn? Jno Rider Harriet Stevens Harriet A Smith Mrs Jas Stein Lou A Stakes Maria Sheckles Ann L . Stone Rachel Snyder Jennie M Smith Addison M Staudley Ida Sickings MrsChas Seymour Elizabeth Shephard Sarah E Sutton Sarah Savage Mrs C C Sonafiwood Lucinda Sullivan Margaret Sherman Mrs Stephen Taylor Margaret A Tate Mrs At Hempstead MrsGCl&yton Tilton Mary Henderson Mary Howlet Kate lloltzman Ellen Hattan Martha J ones Jttlia A James >1 rs C H Julian Mary Jenefer Celia Johnson Catharine Johnson Rose Johnson Rhoda Johnson Josephine Jackson E L Iroycross Mrs M A Keys Kate Kane Stephen Kral't Fannie K iri^ Margaret Knatz Anny S Kelt.s Bina Kinny Sarah Kellogg Mrs Henry Kemp Mrs Anny Kis?-ista Mary Kowatoch Fanny Kreider Mary E Fershew Mary A Lawson Martha Laurence Mrs S A Towson Cath Thomas Mrs E M Tyler Helena Thompson Fannie Taylor Josi?; D Thomas Frances Taylor Anna Toddle Angelina Taylor Margaret Thompson Josephine Vaughn Rachel W Ward Mar/ West Clarissa Wood Mary E White Martha A West Henrietta Wales Mrs E M Way Mary Webster Mri M E Waring and daughter Mrs CaroTin" Webster Elizabeth Webster Eliza Wister Cainille Walters Margaret Williams Frances Webster Mrs M E Young Harriet Young Maggie L Liffi-rette MinnieDeCoatsYoung Mrs Warren Miscellaneous,?Fanny A. GENTLEMEN'S IJST Adamites A D Adams A Ashton B Adams DBS Andrews Dr Alexander D G A?ppl<*baum E Atherton E N Abert Geo A. Aiken Jno Addison Jesse Adams Jas Adelle L Allen Maj N M-2 Anderson Robt Avers Satnl P Aitschull Jos L Andrews J D It Beardslee A W-2 Brown MajDDS Ames Capt G L Andrews G G Allen Geo Annawault Surg J W Agnew J P-5 Alvey J Q Adams Saml Andrews Surg3jr Boyers Geo W Bennett Henry Babcock II B Baker llenry BonsallCaptH W Butler Col A J Bathan E H Bop Ab'm J Bowen Edwd Barnes A J Burt E 0 Bristol A W Brown Edwd H ButtlasAB Bissell Surg E L BurleighCptllM Boleriuet-CptAWBetta F F Briggs II F Benton A jr _ Brown Fenner jr Brosnan Hugh Bogert Frank Bagley Henry Barnard DrFAP Baker Henry Backus Capt FW Boyer Henry Bush Capt A H Brown A H-2 Boucher Allen Boyd Capt A Babbitt B T Bacon Cant F Bolic F T BittingerRevBFaBelcher F Baker BenjR BateH Fleming U ? . , m n \AJ Brown Bob Bates Brookay Broadhpsd C Beacli Cbas Brook Ohas S Bigley Da^ id-2 Brown Geo W Brokaw G H-2 Brown G J ButlerllonJnoM Bryant J H-2 Breitweisel J BennettCaptJ W Rueklev Jno Babcock Maj J no Brodhead Jno F Brown GW(col'd)Birkley Maj J Beaumont Geo Bassett Jesae M Bowtelle Geo 3 Barlow David II Bishop G 8 Bennett D W Buchanan Dr G Barnard DavidA Boyen Geo Bassett David Bordley Geo n Buck Jno H Brooks Mr Barr Jas A Babcock N E Beard Jno Bradley Oscar F BrodheadUonJIIBarber 0 C Bradley Jno II Burke I'atk Beeboe J Barecume Jos Borke Jno Boyd Jas Beap Jon Bell Jno T Brown Capt J Brown Jas L Boune Jno Brown J no Burk Jos Barnett Jas Burtschy L-2 Browton 1. Barsley Jno Butler Jno Barnett J D Baker J 3 Brown J Burrill T N Bell TUoA Bat->s Wm Brown Wm Brookins M C Beuiiii M II Binny M Bowman Mr Bradley W in A Bailey W tpt k Belknap W M Burgess Selden-SBojrden Wm B Baldwin Capt P Brennan I'atk Burns Patk Bod fish R C-2 Barringer R E Botts Capt R Bridge Saml J Brereton Saml Bogle Dr Saml Breneinad Saml Black Saml J Barne? Thos Barnett Rev T B. ardsleyCapt L Brown Thos M Burnett M L Baker Win-2 Bra<iford Lt W II Baldwin W H Brisbin Wm Be< kworth Wm Babcock W J Bruudidre 7,eb BoucherT Ctibb Alston W Clifford A II Conrey A C Col. 11 A Creamer A S Chulrantr A Crnweling A W i*ofc..,n B W Clapy C L Chavles Chas Clarke D W Cupp Geo Crater Geo E Carlton Geo A ConDcr CptCL-2 Cook H(cord) Conk y Chas E Carr H L C Oalvert Dr E II Col well Lt E S Colburn E Colyer Frank Case Lt F L Connel F C Cftvc j' \ Corpwell Geo W Carroll Jno II Com stock J T Casxidie Jno N Cantel Maj J B Chollar Justus Collins J M Costin Jno T Chattain Jos Clarke C B Chew C C Cm trier CUas A Collison Chas C Camp C B Cady Chas C Coventry C B Couchanour D ( auets Kdwii Compton E G (lark Earl A Co Cairape J G Clark Elisha Cannon N-2 Oa'lon N Clark Beter Cook P C Coopvr R S Crawley B P Cave R'jbt M Curry R V Casmdy Richd Corvin R H Corniick S DTflonde A Drew A B 3 Dray A M Sriir Capt A 1 I). Di*on A Dant< r A A Pmi' A G Docker Andw Dannie A I* jPaH?ny Ma; B Day C ha*> Downey 0 fl-S Ryfton Cbfc?, anston C H -3 I'tonty C D i vjt P?at If Chroni?t?ir J W Conover Jno B Creigan Jno Corner Jas Chrintman Jno Creamer Maj J L Garren J P Cainp Jno J Coombs Jas L Clarke Jas T Cook Jos Campbell Jno-2 Coon Isaih CunninghamJU Carder LtColI.D Couroy J no Conuer Capt LYV OoburnDrJA CaliiilJno Coy Mindill St, Cutter lion N Cromwell DrW-3 Ca?e W II Cole Henry Case Henry Crockett H T CluinCaplH R Campbell J B Carew Jno Cuunnings Jno C?)rtelyor S CarUr Sam M Curtln Thos Crawley Tho# Carroll T A Chnreli T K Cart-er R?v T H Chandler Wm Cloyd Wm Cavllier W E Charton S 8 jy Dyckman Col G D* vanghn L Davids G B Daz>? Geo i DauchtoD H DayF Cud worth Rev W H Cairn Wm Cripjien Wm CottnghamCptW Currier W II Cuiiningham WT Cook II fi'iyder DeUrue Louis D?d?e Mai Davie M W-2 ? _ Diiion DeamyHecry-3 Davidson Nathl Dodge II C U A Dt-ilnJ' i. I) Dan?.et;base- J Our lir.gJuw iKatifi.j J co Doli--. Jos J B 4 C D J fro Dantral Dr D D?wty Peter De-ilver K W Lav Is B B Dart T A * Dyv>u Rf v R 11 DjwnLig B Di.mrcer 8 R Dv?n Th.^i Drew J Kracry i' D. r>oif Gat' ^ ' ,'ov Ihmig V~u Di*i?a Dtriu Del?vi?A Bra Drake Frank 8iff?r Fredk ailey Fredk Eva Adam Eisenlnrd A J Fa ton Danl H Ellicott Elias Forbush A M Foster Abraham Forbes Ale* A Fuller Cast C E Fero ? 8 Forbe* F U JriUFX Ford Frank Feleh Geo p Frederick G H Friedlein H L FitekBarlo M Fisher H L Finley llenry H Gale Anion Green Albert Greeu A S Griggs B B-2 Oilman Cba*H-3 Gurney Col Gilmaa CaptCH Geun?r Carl GUmartin Danl Gordon Col D Garst 1? 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Forest P Putnam J A Phillips Jno Phelps Jas S Price Maj J F Powell Rev Mr Pinner Capt M i'alnierKugeneL Palmer N U peclisso Edw Patterson O II provost K B Pratt Orrin Q Parker Capt FA Power Patk park* G M Parodi PN potts Gus Pallon Richd Pendleton G H Phillips Rufus Parker Henry Petruschky II I'en rod Harvey Pierce Hiram Kiramell A Itobint'on A D li.igan A II Perry Pobt Powell V G Phipp Wm Paine Wm Price W B Peck Win E Pope Wm J Pinney Rev J B Patterson Jno P Potter Job F Pater Jas G Putterson J Putnam J Pierce T W Peirsel W B Pavenmine SamlPutnam Jas W Potter Sergt Palmer Phones R Reno II 8 Heighard II P Hisley Hanson Kicketson Cap B Bobbins II M Robertson C V Itoop Ch H Kipley Chas Ruines Col R.ager D 8 Robinson E F Reynolds Eira Robinson Frank Reynolds Jas Hoot Henry A Rily Harry Richard II Risley H A-3 Reita Henry Rnvner Justus-3 Rues Sol Rider Jos RinesCaptSR Poteel J esse Reynolds Col L Richards Mr Rodgers Mr Rives Michl Ray N B Ricker P H Roberts P A Co Ryan Patk J Richardson R J Ham?ay F M Richardson Jas Redman Felii Roeaner Isaac Rice Geo A Boeenmichral J Rogers Geo L Busliug Cap J F Richmond G 8 RowlettJT P&nyou G W Roaar Col J P Litter G M Reaver Jno Randolph G R Reid J Ryer Henry Revere Juo Fteere A R Htein E H straws Aaron G Himonton Lt E htearns Alon/o Stack ?<lwd Smith Albert H Stown Francis E Hcliockoot Jno Sturterant A W Miinkius F A B-2 Spiller J G M Row 8 B Rowe Spencer Rob-!rts Saml Reed Saml Rhodes T B Ready Tlteo Roca^s Thoo P Ramsey Wm A Reed w m S Reese Wm L Steele H J 8hafsu.il Henry Stevens Jas U hhaJ Abram Smith A B Sexton Lt A J Burby B V Semans B F Btorrs Cordial jr Smith Col G P Storrs 0 Htachp-de C A Speed Chas Seidenpifer C SmalesChas Saul Conrad Sines K D Sines Danl Stockwell Danl ftovemue* EE Stone Elir.urO-2 Stuart Harry R Savage F A Stacy Rev Ira Sullivan Vranets Stickn?y Jno H Stevens F P i S#euey Jno Simmons F W Stewart J ? \ Co Slummer Frank Stonor J r Smith Col G P fiollersJno Smith Ms i G N Sypher J R Sam rnf r Goo Sinitten J T Snuok Geo Sullivan Jere SteveusSorgtGWSwarts Jno C-J S?iv*g?G*sUvu8 Stone J B ScharffeG Su>w Ja^ob D 8ancktoo G M 8t<>ek Jacob St&cey G A Oo S?it,h Jas B Starkweather G Snider L, W . B-3 _ RvkersdorfLt Smith IN B Fmith EO Stetson S H Smith 0 M StreeWr Philip Stewart Parker Sferiber L*. Col Shaitghn?-scy M S'rcH?ps Ma) S? leOfe'er UK _ Spilker Henry Stern Mj4er Snawy H L Bturgis 0 T Sawyer 9 A A M Simpson Wm J limon Stephen Shofton W^omxj mater RC 2 P .iles Dr RC Pehoonma fc'iWiS. Seeler Dr TP erSFSnwtelTWn t Saml Seboenborn W ? &weat Dr ff W Smith Wm A Patterlee Dr R S Stoddard T B Sp^oce W?a R Fbaw Tbos Stokes W B Hmnii R B f^.hvan Win ;? D: f V Sdaociej W? U 1 T Tiadak A R TktuiM Goo Tarn i 8 Temple A 15 Tybe Hu?b-2 Thayer M F Tbompron A W "''rlerjii- W Thompson Mai Thayer A P TevrnsJoe Thompson QrMa* Tud B*ni II Tredwelt Jer* P Trimble & Poult Tracey Chas E Tacy Henry ney Tnrkrr Oha* L Tracy Sergt J A Thorne Rnbt Twing C L Thorns* J no F TharinhobtS Titus EdwdL TorbellLtJas Turuer W F Toy Edwd Toggart Col J H Thorn Talaiadge T7-V Underwot>d Jno Vasburgh K3 J V#*!- Henrv ! Yolliargo Col Vin Tync fico Viele !?evy 8 i YanNei>*CW Vfnnr 6 M Tin Rip?? Pet?r I Vsllney D M Van D?venter Yannortwiok WH Yandorcn fi Capt J V an Draw tan W T W Wurz Aatrustun Winn II Winritc Mvr.i Walker Aleck Woodnir.n H Warner Mr Wood Am C Wei?s H A Watson Mr White Albt 8 jr Ward Henry B Whatsion Ved Walker Mnj A J Weigley HenrvK Watcher Nichias WateonAEugene Wilson ilsury p WhitoombOS t William* A Belt Wiswall J G-3 Washington Pat I Welofk Capt WorthingtonJ WhitakerCapPO Wilson C O Webster John Wiggin Cnpt R B ! WahlLtChas Wiegman J P i^rner Riley -Workeiser Chan Weaver I H ker Van B Wilcex Capt D L Walker John K Winna* Theodre Wekh David A Wheeler John Wym&o Th (1 Werner Daniel Williams JscobCWilson FS Wnlker Edward Whiting John II White Thoma* WickesEDL Webster Jonn Welch Thomas Wicklin Capt White John Watters Win H Wood E B Wrench Isaac Winters Win E Wade Edward WestJns<?ph(col)Washington Wal Woodbury Ed G Ward John Westenbaker W Watkin*Edw WrightJos^phA Webster Win Warren OenFH 2 Wells L MD Wilson Col WraF Winter Fredk JVoichmann I. L Watson Willard WeeksFranklnC Williams L Ed WeHtfall Watson White M G Welle Lewis Worden Wendell Ward Col GeoH Wehfc Lonis-2 Water* Wm R Williams Geo Wells Dr L Weed Win K-2 Whitman Cap G Welch Luther A Wilkes Wm E Weiss H R Winchester Mr Welis Sergt Wm Warringtwn H Wappirk Max Y-Z YoungDrJT YankLF ZehnderJD Young J Fenwick Young William Zeugner John A It 8AYLES J. BOWEN, Postmaster. FOR SALE AND RENT. UURNIPHED ROOMB TO RENT-For rent, at -T 460 12th street, eut side, between G and H ?tr*et?\ neatly furnished and very comfortable BED ROOMS, and BITTING ROOMS, and PAR LOWS. The neighborhood is one of most desirable In the city. Every attention paid to those occupy - ingthem. No children in th* nous* my 8 tf UOR RENT?Two handsomely furnished oiim r municating ROOMS, en the second floor. Id. quire at No. 537^ H street, between 6th and 7th streets. my 8-3t * FOR RENT?Three nicely furnished ROOMS, in the immediate vicinity of the War and Nary Departments. Apply at No. 248 G street, between 17th and 18th street*. my 8-lw* STABLE FOR RENT-A Stable with two stalls ?? and room for carriage, for rent at No. 315 K street, between 12lh at.* 13th streets. Apply aft?r 6 o'elock p. m. It* FOR RENT?A commodieus CELLAR, with brick floor, will be rented to a suitable tenant. Ap ply at the Drug Store southeast corner 14th stree and New York avenue. my7 3t* I^OR RENT?Furnish* d and unfurnished ROOMS, connecting; also a fine large pa^or A large brick stable for three horses and carriage and sin gle or together. A colored man apply at corner F and Id u>r? et? north. my fi-4t* |^0H RENT?A four story HOUSE, elegantly a furnished, tfuriiiture fur sale cheap,) every thing in complete order, gas throughout Full particulars may beobtained by addressing "Cash," at tfais office, for one week. Possession giv?n on the 16th of thi* month. mr 7 lw* 1^0 LET-A very tine STORE acd BACK ROOM, on Seventh s'., one of the best locations in Washington for auy bui-i: ess. Posses-ion giren immediately. Inquire at the Gosling Re-tairant, Nu.24 7 Pa. aveuut?, between 12th and nth stg., where is kept confetaiitly on hand a good assortment of Wires, Liquors, ?.c., and the lar*. eat bill of fare in the city my 7 3t* T^O RENT?On ground tloor two PARLORS and closed otl. suitable for omcet for a professional man, paymaster or a smail family, cluse to City Hall, 4S7 E street, between 3d and 4th. my 6 3f POR SALF?That BRICK DWELLING on 7th r street east, between G and H, togetfter with all ofthe ground, running back 260 feet and .V feet front, good for gardening purpo-es. Any on in wantufa gomfortable ar.d neat residence, might do well by inquiring next door. The house is in good condition and furniihed? No. 591. my6 2w* f^OR SALE?A well-built and substantial three ?tory BRICK HOUSE with back building, con taining 10 rooms, situated on southwest corner of loth street and Virginia avenue, near the Smithso nian Institute. 1 his honse is bailt of the bert ma terials and the work by the best builders. I wilt tell the above house at a great bargain and give possession at once. Applv on the premises, my 6 2w? (Hep.] WM. WARDER f.^OB BENT?A substantial new two story FRAME BUILDING, 86 by 2ft, suitable for business or manufacturing puiposes. It has two offices: is lo cated on New Jtroey avenue, near D street. In quire at HaRVEY &. CO/8 Express Office, corner New Jersey avenue and D street. my 4-lw* FOR SALE?H0U8E AND LOT-^a"two-8t#r7, base* ent and attic Brick House, containing 8 rooms, No. 219 North B street, between Delaware avenue and 1st st. This is a most desirable prop erty, being situated within the proposed extension of the Capitol Grounds. It will be soil on the molt reasonable terms. For particulars inquire of JOIlN J. PEABODY, No. 50 Louisiana avenue, my 1-lm* (COUNTRY SEAT FOR SALE.?The subscriber j offers for sale his FARM with first-class im provements containing fi2 acres of land adjoinit-g Tennallytown. and within 2J* mi es of Georg9 town, aiid4 miles of the Center Market. The siil is admira ly adapted to market gardening or grass. As a country s? at it haa.no superior, th* view extending from 12 to 70 mfle? in every direc tion. Can be divided to suit purchasers. n. W. BLUNT, 61 La. av.^np stairs, ap 22-lm* Washington. tX)k SALE?Four BRICK HOUSES?two onll 1. street, 625 and 537; possession 1st June and July. Two on Maine avenae and 6tb street; pos session 1st May These foar houses are nearly now and well bnlt, and will be sold at 97,000, #5,U00, ?3,800 and .f 3,200, if early application be made to . M1LBUKN. 524 I street north, between ttk and 7th. or at U. 8. Jail. ap 16-lm* B. MILBURN. VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR BALK.?A HOUSE and LOT situated on Massachusetts avenue, between 4th and 5th sts. The bouae is a commo dious frame dwelHng. containing 8 rooms, base ment aud bath room; also cistern in the yard. Pric6 92 hoo Also, a FARM containing 90 or fin acres of land, in fin* itateof cuktivation ; a fine young peach or chard of 300 trees in full bearinf. There is no dwelling or other bu tidings upon the property.bat two or tnrce of tbe finest building sites in the Dis trict It is 4 miles from Washington, on the Bla densbnrg road, and adjoint the farms of Messrs. Allen Dodge and John 0 Hives. Also, a FARM containing 70 or 80 aeres. in the same immediate neighborhood, with neat dwslling and the necessary outbuilding*. There is a pump of good water at the door, and also a valuable Chalybeate Spring upon the premises. It is alto ?ether one of th* m?nt pleasant and healthy loca inns in the vieii ity. For particular* addresa the undersigned, at Bla densburg. ap28-eolm* T. R. fc J. W. VEITOH. FOR BALk?The desirable first-elaas three story Brick DWELLING-HOUSE No. 348 Ninth street weot, near L. Also, the SIDE LOT adjoining the above, about forty feet front, on N inth st Abo, three of the three-story Brick Housei in the row known a8"Doughty's Row " Also, two three-gtory Frames on L itreet. near Ninth. The abov*-descrih*d property w?ll be sold at rea sonable prises for c*fl)i. For pariicaUrn apply to f. SHOEMAKER, at Farmera aud Mechanics' ank. Georgetown ap 19 wo2w A~gOOD CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT.?Be tween seven and eight acres of Land, on the Plank Road, 4 miles north of Washington, can be bougt t low For cash. It would make a fine mar ketjrarden. Inquire at No 473 Sixth street; or A C. P. 8U0HMAKER, above Second Toll Gate, Plank Road. *?13 lm* BulCKa^FOR SALE. EOEIYKD and for tal^ ?)0j0 0 BRICK, Mer chantable and Paving Inquire of the undersigned, at Wm. Clabaugh s Wharf, Georgetown, D C., or 64 Bridge on.^w my J 2w* J. M. STAKE. BOaWELLtd MJIDIOATED COUGH CANITY i? the m?st pleaKtirt, popolar and eff^staal rente dy ever ihtrodueed for Ooughs, OoHa or any Affec tion of tbe Throat. r Lunge. See wiiat Prof Wo lowkki baypof ^s>ngTds< 0 C., Aprilj?. Mr BortWELi^-iir: Having ue?t your #f Oougb Candy for h?ar*ene>.B aud ott? r of the throat pro-ceding from heavy eolds I found it v?n beneficial and to surpaas any thing else that I have ever uwd for '.ho same purp-i^ and would recommend It t j singer* aud to peraona sub Wat to aueh iJVeetijiui *r< m eoida or exce**ive use of tbe vote*. ALBixtliiga WoL?wdEi. my 2 Profenwor of Mu?w, UIM1WI, ' We have just re**iv*d % beaotiful af*ortnw<jt of 00,. A I an AMO*f M1J* Of ??0!I t Ha'a and Prinoe A Oo *? M*)o4eon* ha* >Q? Vaaa ht thA K^Aif HtOF# of ** w* w ^ MITZ.BBOTT. B^coad hud Piaoes fcr m0? ?h?a?. m?s THE WEEKLY STAR. This uenlint family w4 News JosrwaJ, ?e?. ? imttr ruittr of interesting roadls# tlM *? be fuQBd la aai other?is tuMUhel am frleay morula*. ?^'""W^wwn,.... fl ft| Fly oo?foo ,, iri Ten N)M . _ 9 oe Ttwtr ln mum 80 h It 1* variably ooataias the "Waehiagloa News* that has made Tk4 itaUv Jtoatac ?mt cireaiats so ?eaerallr throughout the soaatry. Vflingle topiu (ta writers) can be yrocrred at Us aosBtor, Immediately aft-r U< lm? of the ?a,er Prlw-THMIQBlvrs. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES.) from THE MISSISSIPPI. The itUck .B Htian'i H luff-Stalling ?( Grand <>ulf? Our tfaabonta and Trans ports Pan the Batteries? The Armv March to Port Hudson. 7 Cairo, May 7.?The steamer Maj^-tl,: waa burned yesterday below Hickman. The flr* whs first die covered In a pile of matre??es,and was doubtless the work of an incendiary. She hud rboot 140 ton# of ?ommivsary stores arid ISO horses, oi which number only two were saved. . ?y arrivals from below we learn that al though the steamer Cherita was struck seve ral tim. s in the late attack on Haines's Bluff, she was not injured so maeh as stated yester day. From the Tennessee river we learn that a large camp of rebels is on the east side of the river, twelve mile* below Dock river. Advices, via Milliken's Bend, Irom Grand Gulf to the 3uth ultimo, say that onr ^nobMic. a.ter shelling the place for eight hours on Uiat day, pasted below the batteries daring the night, with the transports with troops on board. The casualties on our side are reported fit 26 killed And 54 wounded. Th^ gun bout Tuscumbia was badly crippled daring the en. gagement. Qen. McClernand's corps and Gen. Logan's division were on the march to Port Hudson The army were in good spirits. In the late attackon Haines's Bluff five gun boats and three mortar-boats were engaged The attack was made simultaneously with tha. on Grand Gulf, but was not intended to be pushed to any length. LATER Capture of Grand Gulf with 300 of tbe Gar rison, Guns, Ammunition and Stores. Cairo, May 7.?The dispatch boat Wilson, from the fleet, has just arrived, bringing dis patches to the government, with the importint news that we have captured Grand Gulf.witU Ave hundred prisoners and all the guns and ammunition and stores. The guerrillas at Greenville, Miss., destroy ed the transport Minnesota on Sunday, hut our gunboats shortly afterwards scattered the enemy. A BATTLE NEAR SUFFOKK. The Rebels Retreat with Heavy Loss. Fortress Monroe, May6.?Therebels have all left Suffolk and passed over the Black water and beyond. In the light near rSnffolk, on Sunday, the 3d inst, the rebel loss in killed and wouud^d was very heavy. They buried two hundred men about five miles out on the Petersburg pike, in addition to the dead which they left on the field. Two of the prisoners who arrived from Rich mond to-daj' report that they were captured within two miles of the city of Richmond on Sunday the 3d inst, while in pursuit of a courier with dispatches from Jackson to Davis. The City of Richmond battalion went ont on Sunday to see what the trouble was, as the communication was cut off with Fredericks burg both by railroad and telegraph. The people in Richmond are in a terrible state of excitement, and the report of the rebels having captured five thousand prisoners is false, and was gotten up by Jeff Davis to quiet the excitement of the people. We learn to-day by the Yorktown mail boat that a part of Stoneraan's cavalry arrived at the White Hou-e yesterday. Colonel Ludlow returned from City Point to-day, and has effected th? release and ex change of all the United States officers held by the rebels. TLe officers number 'J50, and together with 325 men, have arrived here. Among the officers thus released are Generals Stoughton and Willich. The officers and pri vates left here this afternoon for Annapolis on the steamer State of Maine. Gen. Ludlow has completed the following exchanges: 1st. All office *s and enlisted men, and all persons whatev er may have been their classifi cation of character, who have been delivered at City Point up to the 6th of May, 1863. 2d. All officers who have been captured and released on parole up to April 1, ie63, when ever they may have been captured. 3d.^ All enlisted men who have been captured in North Carolina and Virginia, and released on parole up to March 1st, 18G3. Fortress Monroe. May 6.?At nearly one o'clock ttils morning information was received thn' General Stonemnn had safely arrived at Rappahannoch Station, with the remainder of his forces. He has cut the railroad connections of the enemy in all directions, and thus won a. noble distinction. THE WAR IN MISSOURI. Rebel Forces Preparing to Invade Mis. sourl. St. Louib, May 7.?A gentleman who left Shreveport, La., April 3oth, reports that the rebels have one gunboat and thirty transports between that point and Alexandria. Ten thou sand infantry were reported at Houston,Texas, and at a point ninety miles above Shreveport there were about five mounted Texas regiments under Gen. Sprats, who were going to Little Rock to join Gen. Price. About eleven hundred Indians, understand water and Cooper, were sixteen miles west of Fort Smith. Gen. Price's troops for the con templated invasion of Missouri, are all mount ed, and were expected to start about the isth of May, and were up east of Black river. St. Locib, May 7.?Gen. Blunt telegraphs to Gen. Curtis, from Leavenworth, that Colonel Phillips crossed the Arkansas viver on the night of April 24 th, and attacked the rebel force that Had been concentrated at and fortifying Weber's Falls, in the Indian Territory. He routed them and captured all their camp equipage. From California. San Francisco, May G.?The ship L^tae cleared to-day for New YorR, with a c trgo of wool, hides and copj>er ore. At a recent election the voters of Sacramento decided by a large majority, to lend th? cr*dit | of the county to the Pacific railroad to the ex tent of ?300,001'. The Odd Fellows dedicated their new hall at San Francisco to-day The procession wn over a mile long, and moved through the principal streets. J. W. Dwiunell delivered ;hi? oration, stating the number of lodges m ?>Ui fornia at 114, and the members 6,00u. Tbe hall cost nearly ?1,000,000. From New Orleans. New York, May 7.?The steamer Columbia lrum New Orleans May 1st, via II i vaua, 3.) inst., has arrived. General Banks has issued orders command ing all registered enemies to leave the Itepar: ment on or before the 15ih of May, and declar ing the death penalty against all found fur nishing supplies to the enemies of the United States in arms. Trouble With ludians. Salt Lake, May 7.?A messenger frc-n Beaver Head for military assistance h.n ju-,? arrived. Twenty-four whites, in pursuit of stolen 6tock, were killed by the Banueek Indi ans about the first inst., and seventeen Indian* in that town were immediately killed. This? hundred whites had started In pursuit of the notorious V innemuk. incoming events cast their shadow* be for* them. The following is from Willis's Home Journal: She tied the now cravat Which the so kindly made me. Thou smoothed with ear*, my hot, And with her arms delayed me; She brushed i?y "? lostty hair,' And said "it rfM so earls) While going down the stair She eried, 'Oenvj home ?srljf" How hayvr thei war 1, With all I e'er de?;red: I fortau* could defy While thus I wa admired) We parted at the >'oor? Her sd>Ue d?rs?ved ? nooet! ''lHar l?*el but on. thiay aom; I w?at?<? Htw cptitu sjmtui.' *7"Mr. Wm. Tucker, tweatensiv* farmer ;'f Anne Arundel Oo. mdl, was re ?*ntly danger ously wounded hy uo? of his slaves, waos be was attempting to capture whlUt rutiiuug Away. " t * An effort it being made to raise leu thou sand ooIoth# troops to be pUo*-d under , mend ef Oei?. Fremont. ?7*Nearly *!5,W hae been oor.tributed >w tbe Catholic Church-' Bo-ton, to the Irlsft relief fund.