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VSt. XXI. WASHINGTON. D. C.. THURSDAY. JUNE 25. 1868. N?. 3523. THE EVENING STAR n rUDJBHCD EVERY AFTEBNOON, &9MDA 1 MJTCMPfMD,) at THE STAR Rl lLntN6?, I'i ATMXVW ajtd lire Ntjuvt, ?T W. O. WALLAOH. ?v?d wtlMKti ?r*ppen by MnieM i aim par copy, ?" 33 c?fie per month. la toy earrtets at *4 * year, w f wrts wr month. To mall 9HbecaiV\r? ibe piw v? fasC a yena, to adM?oc; ?ajo few nx months; tSM tax Eim> monttie: and for tees than three ~ ? at the xate of la (ttnto a week. flln^i* wrth or "without wrap-pest, two crtk. AvTiafWiluiiTi ehobld be sent to the before H c?h>eV otherwise k*> HMv nahi fee ??it any. IHmVf MBIMI ft PVKKifTLVAIilA AVENVB, Borwaaa Prm *a? 1?ti sn^ mars bought at tbi ebobitbjps IBl VB01J UUN1 OP 8T00B ef the Ma tat ef LBAOB h 00., BALTIMORE, tnMiaatli ICALL?*88U.KJ? MMDS, ?# MtMMW AKWMtrSIOM: I ?(iuys?i, rnuiVHk TWRAJBUSS, SOUFSt Bfo-, OH Tl OPPBB TO THE TUU, FT TBI FACXA6B, Bab moT hahxtpactuabb's moia AWWl'8 JOHNSON k CO., ?o Mf Pesnsylvaaie A* i. ft. IINHKft ft ooSo*. IS M*l Brno am S?., Haw St ? EOB Uil AT TBLBIB STOBB, ?a. MS PENNSYLVANIA ATKRC1, ?BAB THIBTBBJTTH STRBBT, MMN OF THE OLD XNICKKRBarmwn, m HOST COMPLETE A8S0BTHBRT 07 I ?PORTED WISES AJID UQV#R8 TO BB PCUKD 111 THB METROPOLIS, OBOCEBXB8, CAN OOOlffi, Km AMD BBO? Re. 1 BLACKKBEL, BENNEBBO SALMON, ?OTHBD A PICKLED IAMBS' TONOT7KS PIGS' FEET, BNOLISB DUN CODFISH* Together with all the M7XCBIES INCIDENT TO THE SEASON A. M. B. A Oo. ere also Sole PioyiMan wt BMfttiGBB'S CELEBRATED XONBON DOCK QiN, Tat ti hi Quart Bottles for medicinal an, Aim, Sole Agents for UAJb TOM LONDON COKDLAL CI IN. ?y AH arH?lM bought at their store warranted ef the first quality, &ad (orwuied to any part of tke aity free of Am we intend to be permanently located, we re rpeetfui'y request families to give us a call. ABRAM M. BINING2B, HENRY T. OAPBN. Wiliaoifli, December. ISO. A. H. B1KIKGBB A 00. hare no connexion wit mry other Honee. ?S-tf BOLL IN CHURCH. Agent. ? i BBAT ii A K ? j a I N 3 vi IhuKthh PEJ^K A l CTION EALB FRIDAY LAST. A Pabt o> trj Cari,-j or Teg Sceoonbh Svilt. ? WV3 yards CHAT. LIES, 4VIK0 " LAWN 8, 6 COD " PLAID DBESS GOODS Alse. a laree lot of different kin-Is of damaged BRB8S G00D8 Tery low. Damaged BALMORAL SKIRTS. Str. SAW MKYENBERO, 4H Market rivaoe, onder the Avenue Hodw, 5e 13 between 7th and 8th street#!. I BAN KLIN ftOO,, ILr opticians 944 PiRHTLTiiii Avntm, t north aide,) between Qth and 13th rti, and 3SS P*. WMM, vm itr iki y&nonal Haul. BOOK OBYSTAL (Brazilian Pebble) and IM PBOVED PEBISCOPIO 8PB0TACLB3, scientifi cally atd correctly raited to the prop?r condition ef Ute eyesight. CP ERA and FIELD GLA88B8, A0HR0MATI0 MICROSCOPES, BAROMETERS, THERMOME TERS. ELECTRICAL BATTERIES, MATHE MATICAL AND SURVEYORS* INSTRUMENTS, OOMPASSE8, CARTE8 DB VISITS o( eontempo raneens Civil and Military Oelobritiea. PHOTO 6BAPH ALBUMS in arerj style. 8TBRI0800PB8 m<i VIEWS, Ac., Ac , in % great variety and at the lowest gnres. wholesale or retail, my IS-tf WOJSNTLEMEir 8 CLOTHING. ~ B have now in stoae a foil stock of dSNTLB* MBN ? SPBINO 0VBRC0AT8, BUklNBSS SUIT8 DBB8S 8CIT8, and FURNISHING GOODS of the latest style*, manufactured with the same degree of neehiew. style, and elegance, a< if made to older. WALL. 8TBPHiN8 A OO., 3 Si) Pennsylvania Avenue, between ?plfr-tfi Ninth and Tenth stre cts , 6 1 CA BB WARD?Escaped from the Washing *9 A OU ton city Jail ef the District of Columbia, on the night of the 13th of April inst.. 1363? One WH. A. TOMPKINS, alias LBGBANGB. hig age is about B years; fl feet (or 8 inches high; light brown kair cut short and when long was combed straight back: his laee is round and foil: of quich and Munmering speech. Also. JOHN HABDING.about 45 or 80 years ef age; f feet 8 or 9inches high; very sharp features; hniaandnde whiskers grey mixed; full and roiling ore and icteU?etual forehead. Also, JOHN KILBOY, about ? feet?inches high; 9 years of age; light brown hair cut very short; *ow forehead; uaa a gram frowning look; fiur com pievioa and pox marked. All of them had leg irons on whea they left the Jail. The above reward will be given for their appre hension if secured in the United States jail in the District of Columbia, or $S0 for either one of said prisoners. WARD H. LAMON, ap * U. B. Marshal. DBACB'S BACE8 0# THE OLB WORLD. A> Lyell's Antiquity of Man. guxley'fi Origin of Species. nx ley's Evidence as to Man's plaee in Natare. Darwin's Ortgin of Species. Prichard s Natural History of Han: 1 vol. aad folio atlas of plates. Nott and 0U4doi's Types ef Mankind. Nott and Gladden'* ladigeaous Races of the Earth. J?? BBANCK TAYLOR. ^uiinmum clabifhb o?.m? I have Jul received per schooner* "George 8. Adams* and MJ. W.," from Boston, a large supply of Fare Massachusetts OLABIVIB^ 0Ih|B, which Ioflsr for sale at the lowest market prioe.ia qnan ties to salt purchasers liMW w aUlo yBIviUMclSt . jsaiisrs- s&rxrisi&s 5 lr most instructive and inter arrlagc aad tts Disqualiflea Ooas Nerroos BebUity, Presaatare Decline, Indi T? 8ctljim and botbl keepebs. Wo havs Just received a fall supply of BLODGETT A SWEET'S FATE NT GALVANIZED OVENS, whisb we will sell lower than they have been acid m thai city before. We have Mo. 7 to No. 7. B. B. A H. I. GREGORY, ?y?tf 3S1 Pa. avenue, near 7th i iimuib m to un. ?n? MOM&ULKfiy MBAWUFIX.% ' 099XA3BH, UAtfNlAIXS WTWiBAMM.*, ?9CUiiL?US, MMBBALI&nXS 1 %HM HAiR. UMSAWI imwMMl J? a kh compound of iklia? ?a+M?to (imb P)ow?m, ImU, m4 tar Mm ?BOWIE, BAAOTY, and PBR ' TieOB ef fee HAIR. ** BUVt Watttitl vb*M IBs kii* phuIwh a ?ewM?*?tan?lMt." 9b.0BU.T01V. * Pave never had tayttiag which no y*Tfi-c3y nwm purpoee of a Mr dressing." WABRBS WABD, B*t.. No. BTT Oaaal street, N. Y. ** A Am Msf b?W itor seven years roar AM BO BBIN to covered Cm entire scalp with NEW MAlBt" Prof. JOHN 8BNIA, No. 34 Hin| gteeet, N. Y. Bo* Ml* by *-11 Dcoggtata and Paocr Goods Boater*. Put la boxw, (containing iwo btttlMj Bwufcitan< and lor Bale at wholesale by HBNDALA, A I3ANN19TKR, JeW-gen No. 049 BiWAiviT, N. Y. IVCOffnil J9K9MV * M,, ?Jt* FKNN3YLYAKIA AVKNUK, Banriu ?n * l?n Bm., tOOMBS' BUILDING J fiMtM Mm Trod* to inspect their stock of W3SMS AM* AiQVOBM, J-9BA9 9* AHD KBGA&\ ?B99EBUB P9R THE CAMP, rpaseed tn this city is variety and ginttty. BW YORK AND WA8HIN&T0N STEAMSHIP LINE. York i V^lHAST. Agents. foot of High street, Georgetown, or JAMMB HAND. Agent, Kl>te* 117 Wall ?tr?t. New Yorg. f REFKIGBBATOR8. J UBT Beceived a large assortment from Philadsl ?hia and New York. MJpright with anil without Water Chest Refrigerators with Oookta ai i l the Bole Agent* fos MB8BBS. IBANK B1NINOBB A 00., No. Id Ba*vicn ?t., N*w Yojts, ?? seH their eelebtated BQViUaB WINES AM) LIQUOB.% at New York price*,?freight added. Wo weald Mil the attention ef DIVISION PUR YBYORB to the fhet that we have the abeve goods ready pacfeed for shipment in cases sontaicio* (rem o&e to twelve dozen eauh.&od can till soy order for then on caB. P. 8.?Ye afeo keep eenptaotly on hcA<l the Vwifes and moet varied assortment of tUAMPAUNE WINES to belcundin this city, embracing the following w<i/-kjicwn traiide Y?B CLIQCOT, MOBT A O&ANDC*, O. B. MCKM A 00.. FIPJSL BltllitlCK, EJUD81CK A 00., BUGBNB OUK^UOT, PB ST. MA HCKAF X, CBAHU' BIVAKT K CO. B/~ An lnepatko ef oar Moik it mod rcFpftt fally ftoliuWd. Ave. JOH>SO* it CO. may 15-tf OCRROMKO COLLEGE. I* NEAK PiKF.f- YILLE, Baltimore Couktt, MiUUM1. The Pevemh 8eini-Anrnat S???sion of this Ina'J intion opens on the first Monday of September. The course olstudy embraces all that fsneees-isry to prepare yuunz gentlemen to enter upon i.rofeS'a<jnitl ?toair-s of any rind. The. lai guagen, aneient and modern, are taurht with a view to improvement abd jirogres^ iu'.he Bntflinh langucge and AngliKh composition. The dead lauraa^es, by no means, forra the rrineipal ohiect of study, yot thty arc taa^ht with great sncct'M. Without <>z:ra ehsrge, or without beiag allowed to interfere with more important Htadies, the French language ia taught to all, and at cer tain periods, it ih m>vde the medium of communi cation. so that all hare to speak a? d write it. The Institution will adapt itself to the wants of allelasscs of students, who properly coma within its range. They arc admitted at any age, and are placed is tho^e classes for which they are found competent. Instructions are given apcu the principle, that a little thoroughly known, in worth more than raueh, imperfectly understood ; and the practisal bearings of the sciences are kept constantly in view. The end of the Institution is to form the students to become well-educated Christian gentlemen and to develop their whole character?mental, moral and physical. The academical year is divided into two Be >sions. respectively, beginning on the first Monday of September and the first of February. The students whose parents desire it, can'remain daring the summer vacations by paying the sum of thirty dollars ia addition to the annual stipend. They devote a portion of each day to study and read in fr PikcFviOcia easily approached from Baltimore by private conveyances; or by the omnibus, which leaves the Hand Tavern, Pac* street, at 4 o'clock, each afternoon; and in the summer seaaon at? o'clock ia the morning. BJBV. I. Q. 8. WALDRON. )c a-91* Principal. C2TBAM8H1P OKBAT BABTBRN PROM NSW 9 YORK TO LIVBRPOOL. The 8team ship 61IAT BABTBRN, WALTER PATTON, Commander, Will be dispatched VK0* LIVBBPOOL PROM SIW TORIT. Tuesday June 801 Tuesday July ft and at iaterrals thereafter of about six weeks from each port. First cabin, from.?_. 995 to 9135 Beeond cabin, state room berths, meals furnished at separate tables? ??r> Excursion tickets, out and back in the first and second cabin only, a fare and a half. Bcrvaate accompanying vasaengers and children under 12 years of age, hair price. Infants free. Third cabin ? ?. ?00 Steerage, with superior accommodatioas. 89' Price ef passage from Liverpool, same rates M above. All fares payable ia gold, or its equivalent in u. B.currency. Bach passenger allowed 90 cubic feet of luggage. An experienced surgeon on board. For sassagu apply only to *? CHARLBB A. WHITNBY, At the offlee,26 Broadway, New York. I?r ALL.,???. je 13 3m 5d Booth street. New York. SIMt-WEEKLY BETWEEN NEW YORE, WASHINGTON cm* UEOJWETOWN, I). C. BTBAM8HIP8 BAtTIMOBB. EMPIBB, rrat 8ALY0B AND JAb. A^WmWr B. ORIKN. Regular Bailing Daps WEDNB8DAY8 and 8AT DKLAV8, at 12 m., from foot of High street, Georgetown, and pi?r )6. foot of Wall street. New ^?????PLtera with Oeolera and Bteac^^| W|M| We wil sell the above low. we wii se j|, H. A H. I. QRB?K>RT, PROPOSALS. HOFO0AL0 fOB CiRII. t DiriMiun or mi Lirtuna, i um ai. i?M UUJl raoronai.* will be received wt Mul t?r*iua?Bt, until )* o'clock M. on Friday, tho Ulit Car of Juiy sen*, for furnishing w4 Ooa stractirg the Cases for Hod tie ia the north seJooa of the Pal tat Office traiiding, including all mat* rials and workmanship,except U.e ir?>n pilasters of the lower tier of uwn, tba ?t\f rwayn and the raittaga. 9km will be fnimUM by th* Govira mcnt/bat it will devolve upon the contractor to put them ay These Casws will b? similar ia form and construc tion to thoM of the weflt wing, bat the lumber moat be of the beat quality, well seasoned, and free from knots aad shakes, im the work must he done in the beet and most workmanlik* manner t he eon tractors will be revolted to ranlshtt* bra** blngen and to St them ia; also to feral?h ? ? like thoi . . . locks like those of the present a aces subject to the direction .as it regards the kej%,of the Oovsiaie aioaer of Patent*. The whole work to be iiaithed throughout with foar coats of paint, composed *?f the be?t pare lead ground ia oil. The * lane mu. t bettasl in tmry respect to that of th* eases ia the Weet Sal ooa, a ad must be well bedded aad bradded and left clean and whole on the completion of the eontraet. The alann may be eeea at the office of the Aishi tsetcftheU. 9. Capitol Bxteasioa, on the east Capitol Scuare eterj day, Sunday* exempted, fpom 8 a. m. to 4 p. ro. The Departneet reserves the riaht to rsject any ?vr al of the bids if it consider* it to the interest of the Government to do so. All Mas moat be ad dressed to the Departmaat of the Interior aad en doieed "Proposals for Oasss for the 77. 8. Patent Office." The said bids will be opened at B e Vlock m. on the aforeaaid :<d day of July, in the presence of such of the biddera as may see proper to attend, jo ?-dtd PROPOSALS JOB WOOD AND GOAL. Powr OfFie* Diriai wirsv, 1 Wabhisotoh, June 24, VMM Basxa* fttoro-sujwlll be reoelved by the aader eigned unti? 12 o'olock KL, on Wednesday, the 9th dap of inly, for furnishing for the use of thla Department? iit tons <M<3 the. to the toa) of the be*t Wk'rte Ash Oosi, furnace sLo 40 tons R*-l Ash. samesize, aad ?Mu cords beet seasoned Oak Wood. Parties will be at liberty to bid for the Weed aad Ooal together. or for either on* separately, aad their bias will t>e considered accordingly. Satisfactory arrangements must be maoe to se core to the Government fall weight aad n?Mre. The Wood is to be eorded and me* eared upon the premises, and one half is to be sawed into three pieces and the otber half into two, aad ail to be pUed away ia the cellar. The Goal is to be etnwed away ia the vaults, which are very at-eocaible. No bids will be entertained unless satisfactory evidfueeoan be famished at the reliability ana loyalty of the parties. Saiuple* of Ooal, such as i* dewired, can be seen by celling upon the Superintendent. Payment* will be promptly made after tfc* de livery of the fuel. Propocals should be addressed to the under signed, and endorsed " Propo*klfl for Wood aad Coal.*' J AS. 8. H4LLOWBLL, >e j? d Diebnrrang Clerk. Post Office Department. 1) to jTvllvehsT' X BOPOSALS FOR BUILDING A STATION HOUhE FOR MBTROPOLITAN POLICB. aUvon's OKFioa, Washington, June 14.1X33. Sealed Proposals, endorsed " Building Commit tee on Station-House*." will be received at thn Mayor's Office until PRIDAT. June A-h. at 12 o'clock M., for the erection and completion of a Station-House, to be located on North K -^/eet, between 2"th and tlst streets. , An oath of allegiance must accompany each bid. The plans ana specifications of Messrs. Clns* sod Kaaimcrhueber, Architects, can fx) seen find will bo explained at the Mayor's OfKoe, from this oat*. Tae ri^ht to decline aay er alt the proposals is reserved, if deemed for the inler?-st of the Corpo ration. Ample st-curitv for the faithful perforrnanee o" the < ?intret-t will be required from the su< ee.s>M'ul bidder. UICIIAKD WALLACH. Mayor. JOHN 11. 8P.MHK>;, President Board of Al<i- rioen. AKBCRY LLOYD, President Board of Comiuon Conncil, >e li Wt Building Committee, f Intel. A Chroa.l pROPOSALB FOli OO^STBLCTINO SBWAR. SkAi.irn Phopo*alB will be received by the undersigned at the Mayor's oftiee. until 12 o'clock M, on Monday, ihe ,;0th day of Jun>? instsnt, for the pnrpose of rtiostructing a Sewer ani t*n S'.ench traps in Sixth street ws^t, from the south side of Louisiana avenue t?> the north side of G "treet north, under the set approved May 2^th, 1863. Specifications can b--seen at the Surveyor'* of fice. Bidders will state the prise pgr lincsJ foot, including the drops and excavation All persons owning property on the iiaa of the the proposed sewer, and iutendin^ to is.p th? same.are ^quested to do ^o while it is being msd*. az d all property owners sLoul'l carry th>r wa:.er and ias pipes ?t lesst to their respective c^ri? lines .INO. U. Sb.MM?B, jv 24-dSt A -'.inrr M.tyor. pROPOSALS FOB HAT, STRAW, AND GRAIN'. A*.f?Jt?TiHT <jrABTKH?4STKB'3 Oi flCK, Torart Ihfflmmi, Car, (i and, WAtiHiMUVOM, D. C., April lo. 1-*B , WKjtTv.v Pi?opofAi.ri are inrite'i.'or furui^himt HAY.STBAW, OATS, and CORN, fof the u?? of this Depot. t? be deli vortd at the R>*ilrox4 Depot, oratany of the Government wharves in ihis city. The proposals to be itcdressed to the under signed, sr>d they should state the Quantity of each article offered, aliio the prize a^d the dsie delivery. Pr.oposala wiH? be rooeived for five thousand <5,0?jrbushelf or'Corn or Oats, and fifty i3?) t^un of Hay or Straw, and upwards, unless it should be for tbe interest of the OoTerun.ent to contract for a leas ameunt. All grain to be pat up in good Backs, of about two CD bushels each, which are to be furniahed at the oost of the contractor. The Hay and Straw to be securely baled. All Grain and Ilay ottered to be subject to a rigid Inspection by th^ Govtrment Inspector. Contracts will be awarded from time to time to the lowest responsible bidders, as the interests of the aervicc may r?qui?o. Good security will be repaired for the faithful fulfillment of any contract made under this advertisement. Payment to be made at the completion of the contract. 8. L. BROWN, ap 17 3m Captain and A. ft. M. U. 8. A. ft VARTJtRMASTKR GENPRALD OPVICB, VaL WAfcBiiOvoa C:rr, MarohlS, 1883. Ownors of rteam veesala are invited to aena to the QasrtOrmacter General's Office tenders for their oliartcr or ssle. Tenders ahould contain descriptions of the vessels, their dimensions, enrolled or registered I tonnage, actual carrying capacity, material, whether coppered, whether side-wheel or pro pellers, whether iron or copper fastened, sim and power of engines and boilers; and should state the price at which they arc offered for long or short charter, with the estimated value of the vessel ia case of lose, or in case the Government should prefer to purchase instead ef chartering. Owners cf steam vernels already in the aorvioc of grant, aad also the price at which they wUl be willing to sell them. All such tenders ahould be addressed to the Quar term aster General of the United States, at Washington, and should be endorsed "Proposals for charter or sale of steamera." When received, they will be eonaidered, and the Department will endeavor to reduce the heavy expense attending army transportation upon the ocean and tide-waters, by substituting, wherever It can do so, cte*.per vessels of equal capacity for Ahoee now employed. M.O.MlSiGS, mar j3 Shi Quartermaster General. POTOM AC MARKJKT, OPPOSITE . THE HO VBRNMBNT WHARF. Foot or P;iihSiumkv. A. M. HEPBURN, Proprietor. meatsTfish VBGBTABLKS, FRUIT. IOB, Ac., WttOLbSlLK A*D RETAIL Goods dell\ced in any part of the eity on and after the 2>th inst. ?**' IU M B B B 1 j LUMBKR!! The snderaigued is now in receipt of two cargoee ?fassert'd Lumber which will be sold cheap for cash at hia Wood, Coal and Lumber Yard, corner street and the canal, je 17 ?w* GKO. L. SHERIFF. A CABD.-HAVING Dl^POSKD of ray entire Plumbing. Gas and St< am Fittin<_Bsta.b lishment ho. tfH) Ninth street) vi JOSBPB RKY N0LD8 A CO., ol thi.seity,! tav.? great pleasure in reeommeading the new firm to my friends, customers, and the whole community; well know ing that good work reasonable prices, fair dealing, aaa strict honesty will charastari/e all thitrans astions of this establishment. W. T. DOYE. JOSBPH BBYNOLD8 A CO.. (aiccesaors to W. T. D<.ve, i PLUMBBRS. GAS and STKAM FITlERd, Ninth gtyeet. near Penoaylvania avecue.are now prepared to famish everything in their line atrcatonable prices, and tocxeeate ail orders with piomp'.oe^ and in a aatisfsctory manner, On* pri* oniy. Je 17 eolm. A UDUBON'S B1BDS OF NORTH AMVRICA. A A sipgle copy of this ap'.eadid work, eiving beaatifultv eolorcd figures of birds, etch of the sisc of life, with the trees and plant* most fre cuented by them, ig for eaia by the unleraigned tct $I7S?aa1- been sold for 0: complere in one hag* folio atlas of pl&tea ?M acvea oatavo vols, ef text, in tiic,i.ew binding. )# ig FRANCK TAYLOB. N1W X#HAOBaBBL-MACBBRBL f Bast ia tbi MJkct. SeMlewat JONBS 4 00.*. bi Vcmtx Blghth a?o 0 ttre?k AMUSEMENTS. (MOVER'S THEATRE. FB9KBTLY1N1A ATltiCljiMr Wtllartl*'Hotel UWIill 6HTM. ~ Ma1M>M LABT WBBE BUT ON* OF THM FBASON. THIBf Tbnrirfey) BYBNINO. J dm 2S. Lart aiaht politicly of Dion Boucicaatt'a great spectacle be OOLLBBN BAWN. ? f>n, TBB BRIDB8 OF GARRYOWEJI. Bums Dtain as lily O'Oonner Isabel Fre?man u. Annie Ob at* My* ?< Sbnla.fi J M.'Warilw My'w MaCoppaieeB Char!** Barron a*. Hardre?? Or*gas J. X. Vtuiiai aa Errl Mf O.J- Wilson a* ......Father Tom Ben Rogers as Danny Maaa To merrew?BeselH of Ben G. Roger*, la r*bearsaJ?"Th* Siege of Loci now." Kf Admlamo* ?D, *, *.nd 75 eeot*. No ?itra aharg* far Mtsnrf mt?. VARIETIES I VARIETIES! Fronting PcaaartTanla arena* and Ninth at. Hamblia 4c. Co. ? Proprietor* lit/, SimiEon* Stag* M&a&ger aa4 A<iverti?*r Tbe Peot?i*b Nightingale, MISS A6.NK8 BUTHBHLAN D, Th? great Lady Vocalist of tb* eity, "agKgtd at aa exorbitant salary. W. 8. BUDWORTH. MIBB NELLIE HOWARD. Twelfth and last night positively of Fit/. Simmons' great y*r*ion of A GLANCE AT NEW YOKE. A 1'IiANCI AT N1 * TORE. ?6TM0SB. MOB*../* NELLIE HOWtBD. DOUBLE CONCERT 7ROUPS, FB1DAT RIGHT. la preparation, a Btartlin* Dramatic Roman**? a bow and origiaal Termon. pre p?red expressly tor tbia eatablifhmeat by Fitz bitnuion--?entitled th* 81SDEGRBF.BOF CRIMB. PARADISE GARDEN, CORNKit SIXTH BT. AM) NIW TOHK AT. THIRD GRAND A F T JE h X O O y CONCERT, ON FRIDAY, June 26th, MS ;. Tb* ?p'e?did Orchestra aader the direction of C. K OFF ITS'.. trill perform a nanaber of musical gem*, among which may be et?p?eiBlly mentioned? ''Overture to William Tell," by B#a*iai, and a grand military march potpourri? entitled "A Day with thelriah Brigade," by C. Koppitz. For iurther paxtimJam aee small propr-nanves rt the gardens. AdmUaion 3e eents. Concert I? commence at ( oVlook. je 34-;** FRANK CNGBE. CANTERBURY HALL, LOUISIANA AT., iiai 8;XT* Sraie*. THE MUSIC HALL OF THB WORLD. Undoubte ly the greatest eombiwrtion of GENIUS ever embraced in one organization. TUB COOLEST H ML IN THB CITY A MAGNIFICENT BILL. NIW ORIGINAL DRAMA, NIW BALLET. ,Ve. A New Sensational Drama in ene act. YOUNG AHBllICA AND OLD IRELAND ; OR TB* LONDON CORRESPONDENT IN CAMP Paddy Murphy oHtae Iriah Brigade George R. Ede.'Ou MIBS >:VA BRENT, Undeniably the roost a'-traeuye Songstress on the American BUige. Lajt week of th?* yonn. , .harming Daiweu*?. ^KAtV^KNNOVBR. Nlsw FAC^tjlBAged attractions. FiTKt week of the celebrated Cleg Dancer. MR HARRY KELLY. Front the principal Mueie Halle in London. Firatweek of the lovely Danaeuse M1BS ELLA WERNER. Fint w<?ek of the charnv'ng Spanish Ba'.lft; LES INTRIGUE D E8PAGNE, In whieh the Court of Beauty rppeara. A GRAND UATINEE NEXT BATUBDAY AFTERNOON. Admission W aad V cents. Private bntes ho!ding hix p?reoni? $i. Doora open at 7,'a O alock. Pei forajan e at b. METR OPO LIT AN HALL, J1 ass. Athkuk, Bhtwkiui D-ra axd l2rH Stres^ THE COOLEST FLACK N TUB CITY! MTV ENGAGEMENT Or T OKLKBRJLl'RD PARLOR OPFIiA COMPANY. FOR A BEOr" SEASON. feCENRS, AIRS, DtBTTS, TRIOS. J.5 L i'HOLX ACT8, Or TBK M(.?T Popct.ak ITALIAN, * GERMAN t*D ENGUSU OPERAS, KITH BRILLIANT WSTUH.ES FULL ORCHESTRA ?S^Thia celebrated company haa won a ho*tof admirers during its stay at New York, i'hiliwlel phia, etc. Therefore, the friendx of music thould not miss the opportunity now printed of enjoy ing a few eveninga' unuMmtot, Admitaion 26 eenta. Opened at 7 o'clock. HMN/J6 ic MEKKLEIN, 4 lm Proprietors. 7 >RAND OONCBBT TWICE A V LKK-ciery U MONDAY and THURSDAY AFTERNON-by the Wjushiugton Cily Brara Baud. Mr. Trolsi, leader, >.i Mr. FBF.DBR1CK MARTIN'S Lager Beer Garden and Restaurant, Baat Gapitol street, corner of Iih. je 1-lm* ? JpOR BALE Apply to JOHN" GA YNOB m> 23 at* corot-r o' ilst ane G streets. F A niec yonny MAR K -*X 4 yars_old._ f rOR CAPB MAY.?The eafe ?.ud commedius steamer MANHATTAN will rjjnjmeme her lonte, from Phila detphis to Care M*y. on SATIJR-i DA V, 27th iust.. aud <,on tiaue running on alternate days during the bething reason, f ho Manhattan ie the largest and rao?t conyeniot-t br^t on tbe route to Oape May. h iving ab nut titty state room*, and every accomodation that pat^eugers can deaire. PiSFeugera lea^ug Baitiaiore in the 3.30 a. m. train f*u eonueel with the bo.it at New Castle. _ j?2S-2w* PWAR MAP8. HILP i SOlA(MONB, Army Bt-ntioaer-i, M.'ta Penn. jivf'iine, have for sale a i:irge aseortii;ent of War Mfip-1, sniongsi which are Beat of War in Maryland and Pennsylvania, ?' " Pot-omnc, Lloyd's Mup of Vjrainia, Ulunt'h '? - " " *' Richmond and yiefnity, ? " " " Charleston. ?' ?> i'aroor and Bt. Helena . Sound. . Milit?ry and R. R. Maj?Southern Btat *?, Coast BuTTey Maps of E<tst and Weht Virginia, CoKon Map of Virginia aud Maryland, _ Beat of War.iutha West, showing the MiM.^aippi riyer from Cairo t6 the Gulf, 4cc., Jtc? in raaes. ih^ti nad moonted on }iiu ^ l?***AT)A'dk'!i$WB bANDLIP, MP - *a??ow Cheap (ot each at National B?ap and Caudle jForu.Grtea street and the Canal, Georgetown, 1QA TEA?TEA I lOU CHESTS Of Green aud Black Tea now oa hand of various grades KING & BURCHELL, f eonaar Mtb street and Vermont mr. OEFLYOF MAJ. GEN. WILLIAM B. FKANK ti LIN to the Report of the Ooramitteo oa the ?srr-'- ?attan? TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. lAfSMXXlATXD PRESS DESPATCH!*.) THE REJBKL INVASION. Mtrcrr?bur| Occipici by the Enemy? They up* ia Large Force ia Peoa*ylvu aia. Harrip hfks, June 21.?The telegraph opera tor at Shippeosburg, eleven miles Ibietidsof Cbambersburg, telegraphed at (waive o'clock that tli* rebe>?< were one mile from the town, and advancing in this direction. ftettyebarg net Occupied by the Rebel*. Baltimore, June l?4.?A dispatch tomelrom David "Welle, a prominent lawyer of Ueftyt burg, dated noon to-day, says that a email number of mounted rebels appeared yesterday afternoon near Ca.<htown, and wera nred upon by Federal bnehwaekers, mortally wounding one. The others immediately mured. No rebels have yet been nearer Gettysburg than ei*ht miles. Captain Irwin, President of the Western Maryland road, left 1,'i.ion bridge at 2 o'clock this afternoon. No rebels were there or at Westminster. A conductor on the Northern Central road, who has Just arrived, says that tbe Federal forces retired from Chamsbersburg to Carlisle, apprehending an approach of too strong a force of rebeU for raw miliUa to resist. Tbe Whole mi Ewell's Corps la Pennsyl vania. Mt--Co>s*i.L?BCRG, June i!4.?The excite ment along the border remain* unabated. Busi ness is at a perfect stand-still. Exposed constantly to incursion.- of rebel marauding bauds, farmers are compelled to k<*ep their horses concealed in the mountains, juid tbe prospe;w> of reaping the coming har vest are discouragiug. The rebels sre overrunningFranklir connty. Two rebel deserters from a North Carolina regiment, belonging to Ewell's corps, came into our lines thi? morning, antl report the whole oi'that commander's forces lu Pennsyl vania. Tbe rebels are in lorce at Mercers burg, and have driven inoor pickets this side of th? town. It is thought they will attempt to feel our strength this side of the mountain. 4.4t? i*. The rebel infantry is reported coming up the monntatn from Mereersburg in force. Tne roads are blockaued, but peorly supported. The Rebels Within Twelve Mile* oI Car* lisle?Statement of a Deserter. Hakkishuru, June 24.?The city has been in a high ^tate ef excitement all day. The news from up the valley shows that tbe rebels are rapidly advancing7 in this direction in strong lorce. No troops would hardly venture so far from the bae? of tbeir operations into an enemy's country witbout a force sufficient to act on the oflensive. So far no opposition has been made to their movements. The rebels are now twelve miles from Carlisle^inu arc still ad vancing. W Gen. Knipe. commanding the forces in the > alley, will pronably Rive them battle at thai point. The rebels will no doubt appear in front ol that town to-morrow. Our cavalry, who fell back at tbt> re)>el ad vance, have been unable to discover any in fantry as yet, but there it? no doubt a strong force is in supporting distance. i A deserter belonging to the 41th tieorgia reg iment arrived here r-Q-day. On Sunday nignt his regiment was doing picket duty near Ha gerstown, and on Monday morning fifty ol' them deserted and safely made their way to the mountains, where tliey remained all night. Yesterday morning they all started for Fred erick city, hoping to make their way to Balti more, with the exception of this man, who ritrae to Gettysburg. He slates that Ewell's whole corps of six brigades was at Hagers towu wlieu he left. They number about )2,u00 men. The last brigade left Williauisport on Friday, arriving at liagerstowu on the same day. Orders were issued on Sunday for the corps to move at five o'clock on Monday morn ing. It is believed they are coming in this di rection, supporting Jenkins's force of cavalry. Sixteen veterans of the war of 1512 to-day ?\ isiteu Gev. Curt in, at the Capitol, and tendered :heir services, which were accepted. No Rebels East of Roon?boro. J>ai.ti m o i: k, J n ne 24.?Later and reliable ac counts from I rederick are, that there are no rebels near there, and that the force in the val ley beyond South Mountain have made no movement in this direction. There are no rebels e3-;t ol Boonsboro. which is four miles west ol South Mountain. I n f ormation received at headquarters to-night confirm the previous account of a. heavy rebel force bt lug 111 the valley west of Boonsboro. Th< y v.ere moving northward, but it was not ascertained whether they were taking tbe Chambersburg road or :Lie road leading to wards Gettysburg. Tbe artillery accompanying this body of Tebels is saui to numoer sixty-six pieces. Some of the students ol St. James's College, near Kager?town, arrived here this evening, who passed through the rebel hues yesterday. The accounts };iveu by them agree as to the force being large and as to the number of cannon. One student estimated the column he saw at 8,000 strong. The Rebel* Within Twenty-five Miles of Harrihbtirg?All of Ewell's Force Un doubtedly Advancing?Onr ForcesStill at Carlisle?A Battle i'rohably to be Fought To-da> ?The Susquehanna Defenses com pleted? Force Thrown on the Enemy's Right Flank. Ha JtRifiiH'iiO, midnight, June 21.?'The rebels are within iwenty-five miles of llarrisburg. The enemy's column halted at dusk about eight mile6 the other >idt of Carlisle, and went into camp. The authorities are in telegraphic communi cation with tlraj son Station, two miles from the rebel picket#. I'heir lines to-night are very strong. The result ol to-morrow is looked for ward to with much anxiety, and not without some doubts. Gen. Kuipe may give the enemy battleat Car lisle, or fall back to the Susquehanna. A bat tle will undoubtedly he fought or the place evacuated before to-morrow night. <reu. Couch has thrown a strong column in the neigh borhood of <Jettysburg, on the enemy's ri^ht flank. This, in connection with certain movements of the ai my of the Potomac in their rear, will make it a dangerous experiment for ihem to attempt to hold the line ol the Susque hanna. Numerous arrrsts have been made to-(Jay on the routli side of the river of parties suspected of being rebel spies and guerrillas, but on the cases being investigated most of them proved to be refugees. The cleiks and other attaches of the State capital to-day have organized themselves into a company h r the defense of the city. The work? on tbe opposite side of the river have been completed, and the guns are being mounted. The Philadelphia Gray reserves, 1,100 strong, a re still here, but they refuse to be mustered in. Their conduct is severely commented on by other troops. Gen. Andrew Porter arrived here te-day, I and tendered his services to the authorities. Everytinng is quiet in the neighborhood of Getty tourg and Hanover, Junction, and great activity heinufllisplayed in that quarter to pre vent any <irinon?tration on the lines of the Northern Central Hail road. A rebel operator, at to?o'clock to-night, at tached the wires at McC'onnellsburgand opened communication with Pittsburg. He told a Ion* story about Jenkins, and what he intend ed doiiig. Noreliunce is placed in it. It is reported here and believed that Milroy ha* been relieved of his command. It is known here to a certainty that twenty regiments of rebel infantry parsed through Chamhersburg to-d iy; they were moving in this direction, aud are undoubtedly Swell's vajrps, hue Stonewall Jackson's. Important tVents are likely tairanspire to-morrow. New York, June 21.?Harrisbnrg dispatches to the Herald state that great alarm prevails there. Tbe opiuions ol Generals Franklin and Couch are that the rebels are now advancing with serious intent upon llarrisburg. Every i preparation is being made to receive them, and iraliticiaus are leaving Shippensburg. Tfce telegraph operator has arrived at Nfrwyille. The rebels are said to have a supply train three mih*s long. J udse whitmore, whose farm the rebels occu pied a: Greenes* tie, counted eighteen pieces of artillery, and estimated the rebel force at thirty thousand. ? " ? . . '?..*# *? u*ra. Shift krsboro, June 91.?Tbsoperator has left Newville, and is now si* miles wast of Carlisle, at Grayson* Station. He states that the rebels have halted eight miles west ef Cartefe ??????????? THE WEEKLY STAR. Tb?* n?*Uet? Family >Ek N?w Jeamal, ecrwiririK a prrau-r tsrivtr of .o *?!?*? ting M-auiag Uuai utn be loand m U7 otht*, la I ?a Friday uwniukR. TBBM*?C*fc?4, *vraricbhi incihvw. Kugk *opy, per aunuin SI 0# F*ve ropiw 4 >.1 T?-n oopie* ? 00 Tw*n?y-hv* *,?pie?i..; 'A? 00 It irriLrw.hly eon tains the ?Washington , Ncwf1* iliH t has maue The Paily >' ?**??<} Atar eirrclete M3 generally throughout the otruBtry. V8tngi? (topics (in wrappers) etvn be ptc cnnvi at the e<*unler, immediately after the I kseae t?f the paper. Fii*i?-Tmn Dim. The railroad bridge at Scotland was again turned, and the telegraph a tn?s destroyedlor mile* Another oi-paieh *ta>s that the rebel lore* which w*< at G?t:ysburg ha? suddenly ap peared near Carlisle. No fighting has yet oc curred. A dispatch dated Gleason's Stniion, Ova mile* from Carlisle, states our force? ?T*:twtKl Hbippensburg at one o'clock. The enemy chaiged into town, tiring some <&IIm?s, but no one waa hurt. Tbi rebels say they will be in t_ arlisle ou Thursday. The enemy is haWed a-. Paimstown. ( ?nr cavalry is in front, about a mile irora th rebels. Their cavalry went into Fayette las evnlpg. They take all bats, mteVi and uvny I rem persons, and plunder private prop n?v." ? lle)>el pickets* Vkere reported at Le^abi-r/ to day. ADDITIONAL PROM KCtOPR. >'1* Your. Jan* 54.?'The following addV 1101 Hi intelligence by the Canada has been re. eeivrd: Report were current in Parle, on the Uivb in*t., that orders b:>d been cent to Cherbourg to suspend the sendingot reinforcements to Mex ico; but the evening journals of that date say tbe i rders for sending troops and materials away nr? maintained. The 1 j\erpool journals urge an early termi nation of hostilities between France and Mex ico, in order that the French Government may regain freedom of movement on the European question. It w reported thru the notes of the three Powers to Uut-sia, regarding Poland, would be dispatched to SI. Petersburg on tbe l:lth. Tlie Common Council of Biescaw had de cided to send a deputation to tlis King to peti tion nim to withdraw his late ordinance agalitpt the prees, and convoke the Diet. The deputit uou ba- gone to Herlin. LATEST via LIVBRHOOL OX THI STtMJISor THM 13 th. The China, lrom New York, reached here at noon to-day. The Tlnus to-day,editorially, says the resuh ot operation- on ihe Mississippi is undoubtedly favorable t? the Federals. It appears ihat at these point* the (Jonfederates are short of men, provisions and transports, and that their op ponents bav? been able to drive back their ar mies The fate of Vicksburg depends not on its garrison, but on the Confederate generals in tbe field. Johnston will doubtless make every ?flort to succor the place. The Army and N a vy Gazette thinks Lee may be obliged, on political aud military grounds, to carry the war into the enemy's country, but does not believe Washington caa be taken by direct nttack. It is stated that free passages will be offered to a certain clas- of male and female operatives to the United States. Detail* are published of the atrocious piracy and kidnapping of slaves by Peruvian vessels in the South seas. Reported Engagement Between the (J. S, ?Steamer Vanderbilt and the Privateer Alabama. Niw York, J una 21 .?The steamer Eagle ha1* arrived from Havana with advices to the 90th, via Porto Rico. Rumors hadreachedHavana, t-aid to be brought by the British mail si^amer lrom St. Thomas to Porto Rico, tha: the priva teer Alabama was at Santa Craz, and ?hat the steamer Vanderbilt get up *team and went to attack her. Heavy firing had been heard in I'ue dnection 01 Santa Cruz, but nothing was known about it. Some inferred thaw the Ala Lama had been captured, and others that the Vanderbilt fcad been destroyed. The Knglish mail steamer Trent, from St. Thomas, would lie due at Havana on the -ilst, when the facts could be ascertained. The Spanish soveuiment had granted per mission to tear do^vn the walls of i'avana. The heat ot ibe citjT was very great, but no yellow fever had yet appeared. The rebel steamer Alice Vivian lists arrived lrom Mobile with cotton. More of Hie Privateer Tacony's Doing*. Nbwpokt, R. I., June 01.?Capt. E. Snow of the schooner .Sarah E. Snow, of Truro, arrived here this afternoon, and reports that he spoke, oli Gray Head, to-day at 11 o'clock, the schoon er Western light. Cap tain Goods peed, whoh id a deck load put 011 board bv the privateer Ala bama, but most likely The Tacony. He also re ports that lour other vessels preceded him u> New York, loaded with men from destroyed fishermen. Capt. Goodspeed says the privateer destroyed upwards of a dozen vessels yesterday and this morning; all tbe fishermen which he fell in with near Martha's Vineyard, taking every thing of value lrom them, and then selling them ou fire. At ^ o'clock ihis mocniDg the priva teer was still committing depredations on the lish^unen oil Norman's Sound. Xkw Yokk, .Inlie -jl.?The bark Evening Star, of New Haven, arrived to-day atd reports b< injr chased four hours by a pirate, J;njj tjjat seven'shots were fired ineffectually at her on the 'Jf-tli nit., in lat. '25 deg., long. 61 deg., but she outsailed the pirate. From Fortrrs* Monroe. Kokti.ks8Mosjuok, JuiieiKl.?'TheTJ. S. gun boat James Adger and tlie sloop-of-war Tus carora arrived in Hampton Roads lastevening. The former sailed again this afternoon. The steamer ttonvoy arrived this morning from Newbern, N. C, but brings no news lrom that department. The oth Massachusetts roiriment arrived here to-daj' 1rom Newbern, X. C, their time having exjtired; hut they have to-day volunteered their services to Gen. Dix, an<^enter at once under his command. The contrabands are being removed from Sr.fi'olk and vicinity to Norfolk in Large num bers and placed in charge of Dr. Donn, of Nor folk. From tlie Army 01 the Potomac. Washington, .June *,M.?[Associated Press ^dispatch.]?It is ascertained that, with tbe ex ception of some slight skirmishing in Bull Run Valley, there was no fighting yesterday. All was quiet, apparently, along our front to-day. Yesterday, owing to imperfect picketing, some of Moseby's irregular cavalry came upon the Cbaniilly road, near Cub Run, and destroyed several oi our wagous, with ammunition, fo rage, &c. They were pursued, and it is reported some of them caught. Several bundles of northern newspapers wera seized and confiscated yesterday, but for what cause is not publicly known. Morgan's Retreat over the Cumberland. lyorisviLLK, J une ii.?It is reported that tbe rebel Morgan has recrossed the Cumberland near Carthage, having remained but a abort time this side. He had 4,000 men and 10 pieces of artillery. He was closely pursued by CJoL Winder, of the l?th Indiana, commanding a brigade oi mounted infantry. A Rebel Report Contradicted. PHiLAfcEtrHiA, June 24.?The rebel report of tbe capture of the gunboat Essex bad its origin in the captnre of an officer of a naval battery connected with the Essex. The E?cex v as sale and in good condition up to the 13th. Treasure from California. San Fhancibco, June 23.?The steamer Ori zaba sailed this morning ldr Panama with 9* passengers and ?**>3,000 in treasnre for Eng land, ffldUjOUO for New York, and ?57,000 for Panama. Sinking of the Gnnboat Sumter. Foktkbnx Moxrok, June 24.?The United States gunboat Snmter was run Into last night off Cape Henry, and sunk. Her crew arrived here thia afternoon, all safe. Saval Intelligence. Nbw York, June 24.?Admiral Dahlgreen has been ordered to take command of tbe fleet off Charleston. ? The Pikatb Alabama raid to 11 11 a Tioht Placx.?A correspondent of tbe Boston Traveler at Newbnryport writes, under dale of .Tuna 29: "I have seen Capt. Bailey, ot schooner Ame lia, which arrived hers on. Saturday. lis left Ma^aguez Jnne 3, and just before be left bis merchant received a letter from St Oroix, 30th May, saying that the pirate Alabama was in that harbor, and the northern war Tseeel Ala bama and another United State* war vessel outside. As the Alabama at our last aceouats had been long enough on the equator to leave* and there bad been time for her to ran to the West Indies by the 30th, the report seeau prob able, hod tbe source from which the repert eoaes is reliable."