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THE EVEN!#6 STAR.
WASHINGTON CITY:
WEDNESDAY..# JULY 1, 1*63.
?-rKADIN?/ATTER oy EVERY PAGE.
BEE OUTSID* TOR INTERESTING TELE
GRAPHIC*1*0 OTHER MATTER.
OUR MILITARY BUDGET.
WO REBELS NEAR THIS CITY.
We understand that onr scouts having com
pleted a circuit extending ten miles from the
dtjr, returned yesterday and made report that
there was not a single rebe^to be seen. They
are confident that not one of them is anvwhere
between Frederick and the Potomac.
THE REBELS AT ACCOTINK.
THEY CAPTURE A LOT OF HORSES. AND
ALSO A FREE COLORED DOY.
HOUSES SEARCHED AND PILLAGED.
?
From residents of Accotink, now In the city,
we learn that on Sunday afternoon, about 3%
o'clock, some thirty rebel cavalry entered that
place and captured ten horses and mules and
a free boy of color. The boy endeavoring to
escape was shot at a number of times, but
received no injury.
About 11 o'clock Monday night they again
made their appearance, and passed through
Accotink to the residence of Thomas Wright,
Esq., about a mile and a half this side, and
subjected the premises to search. They found
a lot of uniforms, left there by some of our
troops, with which they made oil'. Yesterday,
a few of them were reported to be about three
miles this side of Accotink. These marauders
are not guerillas, but are recognized asbelon".
ii?g to Fitzhugli Lee's force.
I
THE COMMISSARY STOKES CAPTURED OV
SUNDAY. ua
The commissary stores captured by the rebels
on Sunday morning, near Edwards' Ferry,
on bo:ird the canal barges, were in charge of
Capt. Granger, of the Commissary Depart
ment, who lelt Edwards' Ferry on Satur
day evening, and arrived at Seneca Creek at
4 o'clock on Sunday morning and found him
self surrounded by the whole of the forces
under Gens. Stuart, Fitzhugh Lee and McMa
hon, numbering about eight thousand men.
The supplies consisted chieilyof hard bread
and the liebels pitched into it furiously, and in
t wenty minutes they had their haversacks well
filled and were in their saddles ready to move, ,
the stores not taken lor immedia e supply tid
ing beeu set on fire by order ui General
?
ENROLLING IN THE COl^1^*
During the past lew days ** police ot the
Second Precinct, compri^K the county be. !
tween Rock Creel; ai/ the Eastern Branch, i
have been employ*1 'u trolling the inhabi
tants within th-^1" lines, and thus far the names
of some t'i"S have been registered. The ofli- j
cers fiTt^rience some trouble in the work, as
nia-yof the persons in demand keep a sharp
A?ok out for the officers and skedaddle on their
approach, leaving their work: but the majority
seem willing to stand their chances generally.
giMng their names without any hesitation.
FROM HARRISBLRG.
No Fighting of Consequence Yet-Number
o? Rebel* iu the ? iimb^rlnxd
40,000, with Piece* of Artillery?
C.eneral Lee Still at Cliamiiersbnr In.
^I?,ina.S,wenl",t ?f Sl ,ust
from Lff s IIrad?|i-arters.
HAr.nibP.UEG, J une 30.?[Correspondence of
the Philadelphia Inquirer.J?Aru;i ry firing
has been resumed this morning, somewhat in
advance of the position held by our pieces yes
terday.
Our pickets have advanced a short distance
further up the Valley. Many ot the oilieers
here expect a cavalry dash from abjve into
the city at any time.
We have rumors here that Pleasanton, with
his cavalry, is in the immediate rear ot Lee's
army, and advancing this way.
Since writing the above, 1 learn thut J'loas
anton has attacked the enemy at Hagerstown
with 15,(100 cavalry, and the possibility is that
the main force that threatens Harri-burg will
retire tor a time. A number of troo; s have
arrived since my last letter, and have been
sent to eligible poins. Milit.a companies ari>
constantly parading the streets, drilling, ic i
Capt. Lovd, v. ho commands the 1st New
. ork ( avalry, and who is constantly harass
iUK the enemy's advance, has just come ini.om
k icU?l(\ 'l,ndi-eiKf lS '^.''"'^y to **? tailing
back. Capt. Loyd will keep close to th-ir
heels, and r? port all their movements There
is now no prospect of a light near he ci?y to
day, and many of the inhabitants breathe
i rt*t? r .
I have just had an interview with a gentle
man well known in Harrisburg, and who has
just arrived Irom Chambersbu rg, having made
tiis escape Irum that town yesterday morning!
My informant was m Gettysburg at the tim ?
the Rebel troops entered the town. The place
was occupied on triday afternoon last by tour
thousand five hundred Rebels under command
o! General Early; they had with them twenty i
pieces ot light artillery. w Ul)
The Rebel troops, forty-five hundred strong
,U""i '"5
The next morning after the occupation the
rebels eft Gettysburg after stealing "very!
thing they could lay their hands on. Thev*
pursued their way lor Y'ork by way of Har
over. They left no troops whatever at Uetl
tysburg, and tlie same force occupied York
My informant harnessed up his horse and
wagon alter the rebels lelt, and proceeded in
the direction of Chambers burg. His hor^e was
blind ? by thP rebt',s b^t"aii=e lie was" stone
At Stevens' Furnace, which, by the way.
belongs to Hon. Thaddens .steven?; the rebels
burned everything, and what ceuld not be
burned was destroyed. About a mile and a
nniunt ^p0H-.i?y informant met the out
posts of A. P. Hill s corps.
From th-s point to IFayetteville the Rebels
were encamped all along the road. Every field
CVpied their eucamPraent stretched
for a distance of four or five miles. Foraging
,htW''n'? "K sent oul m a11 directions,
and the country was stripped of every article
of use to the liebels. When my informant had
tha^f!? Stoufferville he was informed by rebels
that Gen. Lee was just ahead, and that his tent
was pitched in a field close at hand. The
General s tent was pointed out by an orderly
and my mforman t had a view of the redoutable !
Rebel commander-in-chief. j
When my iniormant arrived at Chambers
burg the division of Gen. Picket was passing
through the town, and they were followed by
Hood s Texan Rangers. The troops comprised
the rear ol Gen. Lee's army, with the excention
of 2;0tJO men who were left'in Hagerstown^uS
vicinity. "
The divisions of Ewell, Longstreet I> If
Hill, Anderson, Hood and Picket had all passed
through Chambersburg a short time before mv
iintorriantarrived there and while he remained
These divisions numbered 31,000 men
0f,r^e',1 arm>' ls "''doubtedly in
the Cumberland \ alley, with the exception or
the 2,000 left at Hagerstown, and the troons
4,500 in number, that occupy York '
The total rebel force now in Pennsylvania
consists of about 40,500 men. '
A large force of the rebels went out in the
di lection of McConnellsville alter Milrov's
men, but had returned to Chambersburg.
The rebels one hundred and sixty-twopieces
ol artillery, all known to have passed thJrouirh
Chambersburg; forty of them werethe heaviest
kind of rilled Parrots; sixty-two were brass
heavy guns, and the rest were mostly brass
Napoleon guns, for the purpose of throwing
?hells. They had also a number of rifled thiu
mouthed guns.
Diy informant states that not more than lif- t
teen hundred cavalry had passed through
Chambersburg, and that comprises the entire !
cavalry*? jn the Cumberland Valley.
The re^is took many liberties with private
citizens at<jhambersburg. They would enter
stores and met Up what they wanted. In
many lnstan<^ they would exchauge their
hats fer better^nes they saw on the heads of
C1U20118. \
?
?7"l)avid Funstmof Alexandria, Va., now
Colonel of the 17th "V rginia Rebel Infaaft-y, has
been elected to repre?Q{ the Alexandria dis
trict in the Rebel Congl
VBaltimore city was t^arably quiot last
night, and formed a strong sntrast to the ex
citement of the previous svenk^
?STGen. Hooker arrived at Bktjmore yeg_
rrdftj, and took quarters ot the Et^w House
LATE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
STIRRING NEWS!
GENERAL MEADE CITS THE
REBEL LINES IN TWO.
COUCH CROSSES THE SUSQUE
HANNA,
A GREAT BATTLE IMMINENT.
New York, Jtily I.?A special dispatch to
the Tribune, dated Lancaster, June30, says:?
The rebels have fallen back ten mil?s lrom
Harrisburg. General Couch anil 6tafl' hare
crossed the Susquehanna, and occupy the
south bank ot the river.
Gen. Meade occupied Hanover and York to
night, cutting the rebel lines iu two The
rebels are rapidly concentrating in the interior.
Gen. Pleasanton makes great liavoc on the
rear of the enemy's trains.
A gre.it battle is thought to be imminent.
The rebels must tight on Meade's ground, or
disastrously retreat. Large numbers of troops
are constantly arriving at Iiarrisburg.
REHEL RKI'OKTS FROIVI VH KSBCRG.
They Defeat Grant A^aiii.
Manchester, Tcnn , June 28.?The UhafUi
lioojja Rebel contains the following item* :
"jAfKSOu, Miss., June2l.?Twenty Yankees
captured a lrciglit train at Rrookhaven to-day,
and burned it. They then left in the direction
ot Monticello.
" Firing was heard at Vicksburg at 7 o'clock
this evening.
"A tele/ram from Vicksburg, dated 15th
instant, says that the western s>jres the
Mississippi River, from Mill'*"11'5 Heud to
Yicksburg, are full of c*,'et,,ratp troops.
They hold Richmond, constant and New
Carthage. Reinforce-?,nts &ent lrom Waehet
^ have t * f * i; rcce**'*^ 1 em be rtofi, and troops
are Supposed ? cro?s over ?'very night.
The Keb-'-0* 'health instant, editorially says:
UQn k?e 2-Jd instant Gen. Grant attacked us
aloWi our whole line but failed to carry a 3in
??e breastwork and was repulsed with a loss
of ten thousand men and is now in full re
treat."'
The despatches from which the foregoing in
ferences are drown by the Rebel are by 1.0
r.i? an? conclusive.
[Our advices from Yicksbnrg ar:> to the j;d,
cue day later than the above, when all was
going well.J
nU'ORTAST FROM JIARRISBI Rfi.
The Reb*l> Retiring a Short Di>iuni-<*?
They are Reported :t< Leaving <arii?ie?
t.en. Kuipe Following.
IIarrisnuRG, June 30.?The enemy have
retired towards Mechaniesburg. Gen. Knipe
closely followed them. Early this morning a
commotion was visible among the rebels at
Carlisle; they were running iu all direction-,
and preparing to leave, as if some disaster had
happened to tlieir rear. It is known that they
lost a number of wagons ar.d stores to-day.
Gen. Knipe reports that within one hour past
that the enemy Ielt Carlisle, and now are east
oi that point, except a few stragglers. It is
supposed that Lee i? drawing in his hues and
concentrating cn Chainbershurg. Our forces
over the river will remain in the vicinity of
fortifications and await developments.
After tiie rebels had levied contributions on
the citizens ot York, they left and went to
Chambersburg. Quite likely the rebel drag
gling parties between here and Carlisle will be
captured by our men.
I.ATfc FROM BLOODY Rll*.
RebeN tit tli?? Mountain-, West of Mci'on
iiell>bur^?1'lie Telegraph Operator Ajjam
at His Post?Imoodeii's, Force Marching
to ? hambersburg.
Bi.oohyRi k, June 39.?Numerous squad; of
rebel ca va!ry are still in the mountains we-t- j
ward of McCoi nellsburg. It is known posi
tively that Imbcden's lorce marched to Cham
bersbnrg. The operator i.s aga::i at McCoa
r.ell.-burg.
Two ot th>' lath Pennsylvania cavalry, who
w re supposed to have been taken pri-oners
ii: last Sunday's light, returned to-day.
Deserters lrom the rebel army reach here in
lnrge squads every day. Forty cam** during
the past week. Great numbers of them hide in.
the mountains, waiting chances to come.
REBEL RfcPOKTS OF ROSEIRASV
ADVAM E.
They Admit a Defeat at Hoover and Liberty
Gaps?Several Rebel Officers Killed and
Wounded.
Makchester, Tenn., June 2^.?The Chatta
nooga Reb'l gives the following account of the
light on Wednesday:
" From passengers who came down in the
afternoon train yesterday, we learn that on
Wednesday seven brigades of the army of Gen.
Rosecrans attacked the brigades of Generals
Rates and Liddeli. holding liooverand Liberty
Gaps. Our men fought the enemy until their
ammunition was exhausted, when they .ill
fell back. Movements indicate a. general ad
vance of the enemy's forces, which may re
sult in a pitched battle. We regret to learn
that among the killed in Bates' brigade was
Maj Clay brook, and that Gen. Liddeli lost
some estimable officers." .
nr^*ATTKNTI0N, METROPOLITAN HI FLU
LL5 ?? COMJ'ANY.
> ou will m?et, without fail, at Temperance Hall,
?, between SM* an)1 lllth streets, THIS (Wednes
day) JliV Er-tlNu, Juiv 1st, at7.'-2 o'clock. Per?ons
wishing to conn?*t themselves with the cemp.vny
will please attend. By order.
It' W. H. NALLKY, Captain.
LIGHT INFANTRY, JD
'-^-5', . REGIMENT D C. M , Washikgt'JN. July
ist, 18CS.?In obedience to orders received this duy
from Col. J. i . Darn, comniEndi^ir 2d
D C M., you will assemble THIS EVENlNtf, at ?
c'clock.at PlaU's Restaurant, to maice prepara
tion to respond to the General Order calliujf forth
the entire militia of this District
LKU D. WlLLlAMS,Capt. Co. A.
B F P.KifRS. Orderly Sergeant. 'jt?
ry~=?ATTKNT10N ? PREtsl 1>SNT'3 MOBNTKl)
GUARD.?In obedience to Special Orders
5o. 1, issued trom Headquarter* First Britain li.
C. M.. the member* of the President's Mounted
Guara will meet THIS KVEN ING, at 8 o'clock, at
tb? Perseverance Engine House.
N, V ?Other* desirous of jeiniajthis Associa
tion will attasd the meeting. By order of
8. W. OWEN,
It Captain Commanding.
[YTSr-=? NOTICE ?There will be a regular monthly
113 meeting of the Hack men'* Association, to
beheld at their room on THURSDAY EVENING,
at 8 o'clock. Punctual attendance >s r?quested, as
business of importance is to be transacted. By
order of the President.
Jy l-2t* JOHN T. BRAX TON, Secretary.
(Y^-?NOTICK.-THK MEMtS E RS "oF THE
1J3 Board of Aldermen are herehy requested to
meetat the City Hall on SATURDAY next, ith
instant, at 9 o'clock A, M , for the purposb of at
tending in a body the celebration on that day.
by ord.r of Jo;m H. Shv>?ks, President ot Bi>arl
of Aldermen. 8. V. N0YK3,Secretary.
jy l-8t
|y^-?NOTICB ?The corner stone of the Third
11. ? Baatist Church, corner of 4th and L streets,
#TQ be laid at 3>, o'clock on THURSDAY, July Jl.
The Rev. G. W. Samp^oh, with .several other of
the clergy, will adlress the meeting. We respect
fully invite the public to attend.
B. W. JKKFBRSON.f Tru,tA<l,
lt? A. BOWL IN. { Truate ea.
n^5=?TURNPlKK DIVIDEND.?The Pr-sidTat
Uof and Bo-ird of MavaKereof the Wa<hiu*tou
TOrnpike Company have declared a dividend of
three (3) per cent, for the year ending April 3>th,
1163. which will be paid to the stockholders oa de
mand by the Cashier of the Farmers And Median
ics' Bank, Georgetown.
je 20 St R READ, Treuurer
?THE ANNUAL OOMMENcFmENTUF
Georgetown College will take place on
.mJR8DAY7the 2d of July, at'J o clock a. m.
The parent* of students and friends of the Insti
tution are invited to attend
je26-?o3t JOHN MARLY, 8. J., Pres.
fV"5=" WASHINGTON "AND GEORGETOWN
LL3 BA1LR0AD COMPANY.-The annual
meeting of stockholders of the Washington and
Georgetown Railroad Company aod the ejection
for seven directors will be held at tkd Company's
office, (corner Net* York avenue and Fiftsenth
street,) on WEDNESDAY, July 8, between the
hours of li m. and 1 p. m.
)?Bil ii. 1>, 009KE Pres.
i
FROM PORT HUDSON.
The Rrbrl General Offer* t# Cayltalale.
A letter to a gentleman 1a this ritj (says the
New York Times) has just been received, from
which we give an.extract. It comes from a
gentleman in the quartermaster's department
at Port Hudson, under Maj. Qen. Banks, and
is directed from headquarters:
"Yesterday, I rode down to the water bat
teries, where I obtained a flue view of the bom
brrdment now going on at Port Hudson from
river to rear. The -ight was truly magnificent
to look upOu. aud 1 kept viewing it over and
over again lor some time. The negroes who
are engaged in tlie ranks here acquit them
selves very creditably, and, when called into
action, they light with all the energy of despe
ration. This arises from the conviction that,
it they are taken prisoners, sure and certain
death awaits them. They can be handled like
machines, and so warm is their patriotism.and
their desire to get at the rebels, that they are
generally placed in the hottest part of the ac
tion.
'?The rebel General in command of the work3
at Port Hudson has offered to capitulate in
case lit- be allowed to go out with si dear ms and
other military privileges. This request was
however, refused, on the ground chieily that
the rebel General (Gardiner) having formerly
been a commandant in our forces, and having
been taken a prisoner by the rebels, had accepted
a command under the Confederate State.-. We
should prefer rather to bag him, and make an
example of him, than that he should have the
opportunity ot escaping.
"It is considered that the place must soon
give in. God grant that it may, so that U*
dreadful slaughter may cease. The Jth.'T,,/
cousin regiment has been dreadiully0r
but they fought gallantly, both
so'difrs, and well merit the jvVtLlhm.?,, J, I
highest praise for their st?frn"*JJ j
th? Union ana Coii3t?"Aon of th? UnitM |
States.'
OFFICIAL,
Dfp\Ttrmkxt r>r Statk, t
Wasiunhton, June 25,13S3.>
*eiease from the draft on the ground of alienage
lias been allowed iu the following case :
Name. Whnt Drift"!.
Theodore Weber. Seneca county, 0h:o.
rii SCHOOL FOK JULV.
1 wxNTV Scholars will be receive'! fur this
,nr>iith at the Fifth Street Seminary, Fifth
afreet, between D and 15. Terms A pp y early.
It*
P^OR SALE?Two PORTAELB HOUtSLS, Oxl0?
< Maiighiin A: JohE'on's patent i suitable for
fuller's use. Apply at Restaurant onJ door l e
low '"sanitary Commission iioorus," S.xth street
wharf. jy 1-st*
rrht FIRM OF LLOYD, f IIACHXR * CO. IS
1 this day Cis. oly^d by mu'utl consent. Arthur
Thscher, Jr., is autfcoriz <1 it arttie the business
of the same. SAJl'L LLOYD,
A. TflACHKK, Jr ,
1' HT1XK SANDERSON.
Waahit gton, July f't 13fS. jv l-eoi?r*
If OH SALS ?A yount: hay MAKE. Fine style,
good blood. gentle, a first-ciess ridiflg ani
mal. I ra'sed her and <a ; recommend her. Can
be seen at my bouse. No. .>?>'>, Htn street. Inland,
or by addressing tne a not < through City Post Of
fice, statiag place.
jy 1 lw* GKO. O'l'T WFNOER.
Butter:
BUTTER'
firkins fresh BUTTER
4(i barrels fresh EGGS.
100cases CONDENSED MILK.
For sale by I). jc DUTROW
_-ie 2""fct* 1 *<0 -ith street
0Fwiun ?,F COMMieSION?R OF FuLHTH
WARD, June 30, 18'3 ? Persons owning prop
erty on the south side of Square 490, and north
side of Square 491, on O streetnorth. b-tween i i
unii 6th streets west, are requested to briu^- the gas
and water to their respective curb lines, and those
??* 10 tap- tfie sewer ere requested to do so
while the same ifi being xnade.
? WM. DOUGLAS,
Jy |,J[ Commissioner Fourth Ward.
To- a card!
a HK Lnder'j-ned would respectfully inform
the ladies ?td gentlemen of Washington city, that
?? J1 open on Thursday evening, .igl> 2. at his
pnva.e residence, ^<71 Pennsylvania avenue a
!i*#tcleft*; ICK CHKaM SALOON. B ?lievin< tfiat
an establishment genteely conducted aud ?
really good article of Cream will b,- kept, in much
lu *bis city, tJ,e subscriber feels confident
K{fL.i??^n.^flyo11 lUe Patronage and s import of
his feilow-cltizens. A. BROOKFliCLD,
q'Hc? Cream of choice !lavora. Water Ices, Cake.
Soda Water. Fru't in season, parties Pic nics
ard private families supplied. )? |-2r
A v.. VT,? ?0M iuNDOiT ~
de Lantare D^ers?l Telegraphy. By Count
Saunders's Manua1 of Musketry Instrnit'o*.
fiM-lfs U Officer and his Duties. By Li-jut.
The English Con'titiitiou. By Doc: Fishe
Year Book o! Agricultural Facts. im>
1 he speaker at Home
Liebig's Natural Laws of Husbandry
Arundell on Mines
Forstera Biography of Oliver Go'ismith
^fwiss' View ot the Progress of Political Econo
MacLeod'a Dictionary of Political K.-onomv i
' J> H FRANCS TAYLOk!
PltAPAQar a WA,r')ttd QFPIVK, June 2*. 1?J. "
KOPOHAI.8 will be received at this office until
U O'clock M. on Monday, the 6th of Jufy next" f.Vr
?l^'lVa -'r,iv":i;ng? O street nortu, from First
to linrd-treet wst. The grave; to h>- a quality
to !?>? approved by the ComrniK-,ioner and A.jsistant
Con i:i i s si oners, arri to i e twelve inches in the
Ci-n.re, tapering n!T to four inches to /ari tiie
trutter ; to ne well rake'I >if stones ot ar. r.iprf.p t
M/t-. and to tin well roll-i with ? heaw r..Usr
B;<;ders will state the price p.-r cubic s irl^or
grading and square yard fTir irra . elling
fto part i,t the appropriation will be paid the
contractor upon the written c--ti!icate-<f
tiii OomiuisMon?r of th?- V.'ard ana :>o:h t. e Assis
tant Commiasione.-f that tiie work has been
properly execute 1. otfQ
WM. DOUG I. AS.
Commissioner of Fourth Ward
H C BALDWIN,
i -, t* * a WM dahtb.
jy .-eta Assistant Commis'ioae-s.
SI kALED PROPO.^A L3 A re iLvited till the I3?h day
I - ???. at 12 o'clock in., for furnishing
tLOCUR8ISt*nCe De?>:irt,u?90t witn p.w barrels of j
Bids will be reeeired for what is known is No 1 '
No a., a ad No. 3? and for aii> po rf ion thna thi
*.01^; barrels. Sep irate .?!*%, 1 b.; reived for
I .our put in gooi secon l-hand barrel ?; of th.- sane
^7\lbb;ek B;ds for d-^reat grades, and*?,r
sheet>t yaper ' 8ho^ be upon separate '
The delivery of the F!our to be commenced na
, July or as soon thereafter a?
the Government may direct, at the r^n at S
barrels daily, delivered either at tiie Gov..rn uen^
Warenonsem Georgetown, at the Wharves or at
be Railroad Depot. Washington, D. C '
The barrels to be strong and hea l lined.
I syment will be made in certificates of indebted
sriStStau?" f"?" *"?
wiu " ??'?
An oath of al'egiance must accompany each bid
No bid will be entertained Irorn parties who have
Val!sd *1 cou-viy with their bids, or from
bidders noi present to respond.
Bids to be directed to Col. A. BECKWITH,
a ' iiPr> Washington, D, C., and
dorsed Proposals for Flour." jy ] <
PROPOSALS for cases.
Dkpabtment or the Ixtkrtor f
Wl.sHin<iTo?t Jane 22d, 136S.<
n?EAL,D .?.aoi"oiALS will be. received at this
H?t dVv^'i 12 ?'CloCk ?l- 8**t-ui,*v, the
h?St day of August next, for furnfshin* aai Con
?*ithe Cases for >fode!a in the north ^aionn
ri?.\sHndttwnrlc building, including all mate
Af th^^r.J *1^manjhip, except the iron pilasters
ot the lower tier of cases, tho stairways and the
ment^but >tb? furnished1 by theGove-n
put t&em up upon the contractor to
These Cases will b? similar in form and construc
tionto those of the saloon of the west winsf but
the lumber must be of the best quality, wall's?a
honed, and fre? from knots and shaiea, and tho
Uke^naener e d?De 'D <he beSt aul1 moat workm*a *
i he contractor will be required to furnish the
brajs hinges and to fit them in: also to fnrnith
locks like those of the present cases.
f??e whole work to be finished tbreushout wtth
tour coats of paint, composed of the best pu e le? 1
in ? ?b^ glass must he equal In every
mS?Th? a ic the West Saloon, and
and -w^i bedded and bradded and left clean
aua whole on toe completion of the contract
Uctor.Knr-may *}? office of the Archi
CaDit^t'I'Hn0!ipl,to! fxtensicn. on the east
8 af m to < p - excepted, from
an^or^alfo?l?fthe riehtto reject
tereet of the kit bld* lf ?n5 C0c-ul?" ?t to the in
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JACBlGNKTi REFORMATION IN rUHTlkX
^OfOALTU. T*tW .
THREE O'CLOCK P. M.
INVOCATION OF ORDERS.
The followirg order was issued by Gea.
Hcintzlctran yesterday:
HKAlMiUAETKRS IlKI'ARTMKST OP WASH
INGTON, June U?, ISO'}.?up'cial Ord>r 2W>. 121.
* 'j. Special Order, Nu. P-.J, current
series lrom tlie^e hradquarlers, is hereby re
voked, and the p.?ss syst m of this department
i? rcs'ored to its original status.
liv command of Mai. Gen. Hintzleman.
CAItKOL H. POHTKIt,
Captain and Ass't Adj't General.
The order referred t "> in the above. No. 1'W,
wss issued by General Heintzlerran, and in
quired that !>11 passes for civilians to
side of the lines should be countersi^^
his headquarters. -t^rawn the
Gen. Martindale ha>ing {he pa88a)?H from
guards, the order forbiddj^^ revoked
the city without a uerx**
^Jhmond?AN ATTACK EX
NEWS FROM pKCTKD THERE.
,??Fa arnved thU morning from the
.... cr Potomac, bringing up the following
pri oners: Geo. Uurrett, Alfred HardiugHam,
and Wm. t ragus, taken by the schooner Racer
as blockade runners; Chas. Douglas and Jos.
Parker, taken by schooner Mangum, on sus
picion of being rples, and Wm. Hunter, who
got on the Resolute. The latter says he is a
deserter from the luth Louisiana regiment. He
represents that the people of Richmond, which
place he left last week, were mucB frightened
fearing an attack, and the oitizens were being
armed.
A GOOD BEGINNING.
Yesterday afternoon, the mechanics and
laborers employed on the Capitol Extension,
and dome men, were enrolled by,Captain
Thomas, Superintendent, preparatory to form
ing a company lor the de.ense of the city, the
organization ol which will be completed to
day. About 150 names were enrolled, many of
whom have seen service in the three months
campaign.
THE DI.TKKT PROVOST MARSHA1.SHIP.
A second declination of the provost marshal
ship of the D'str.et of Columbia, under the
conscription set, has taken place, and now
Captain Henry A. Sheet?, lat" aid tD CJeu. G.
A. McCall, has been appointed, vice Wain
wri?ht, resigned: and Hugh J. Anderson, com
missioner, vice Sheets, promoted.
?^"The Richmond Enquirer of a recent date
contains an order from Gen. Cooper, the Con
federate Adjutant General, directing the sei
zure, under thj impressment law passed by the
r< bel Congress, of all the iron within the limits
ol the Confederacy. The order details the
method of procedure at length, and states that
ttie iron taken is needed for use 111 repairing"
railroads and their rolling stock, and also in the
Confederate arsenals.
gf^The Attorney General has, it is stated,
made a decision of a very important question
under the pension law. He determines that
unless the soldier or sailor who dies of wounds
received in the service, and while in the line
of his duty, be in the service at the time ot his
death, his widow, &.C., is uot entitled to a pen
sion.
*yThe Navy Department will discharge,
for the present, all the steamers chartered t?
chase the pirate Tacony. Having been engag d
only a few days, they willreturn soon. Mean
time over twenty new steamers, built for the
Navy, will be ready for sea within three weck3
and will probably be sent after the Alabama.
#^"Hon. Thaddens Stevens of Lane aster, Pa.,
has been a sufferer by the rebei invasion to the
imoHiit of SHW.tHio, they having destroyed las
extensive iron mills near Gettysburg, Pa., and
stolen all liis teams.
TELEGRAPHIC,
TIIE UKHKL INVASION.
\ SERIES OF BRILLIANT FEDERAL
SUCCESSES.
GENERAL GREGG DRIVES STUART'S
\\ HOLE FORCE I* MILES YES
TERDAY MORMISG.
KIU'ATRFCK DRIVES HIM OCT OF
IIANOVEF, AFTER A SPLEN
DID FIGHT.
REN. Bl FORD DRIVES A REGIMENT
OF REBEL INFANTRY OCT
OF GETTYSBURG.
Kkw York, July 1.?A special dispatch to
he Times, from the Headquarters Army of the
['otomac, dated S o'clock last evening, says it
,va? Stuart's whole lorce which made the rail
)i; the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
They arrived at Westminster Monday night
nterrupting the Western Maryland Railroad.
They shot two citizens who endeavored to
?icape and inform us.
Early Tuesday morning Gen. Gregg attacked
stuart and drove hitu from Westminster to
Hanover, a distance cf miles.
Atterwarcft^Kiipatrick and Carter drove
Stuart out of Hanover, after a splendid light,
liid are still pursuing, part going towards
jettjtsburg and part towards York.
During the day Bulord drove a regiment of
vbel inlantry out ot Gettysburg, who retreated
?*?
101 theasterly.
Our army is in sj lendid spirits and expect
o hear brilliant news.
The rebels are reported to have burnt Cash
ew n yesterday.
Very Important from Mexico.
rilE CITY OF MEXICO TO BE EVACUATED
BY THE MEXICANS.
RESISTANCE TO THE FRENCH TO BE MADE
OUTSIDE TIIE WALLS.
rilE ENTIRE FRENCH ARMY EXPECTED TO
OCCUPY THE CAPITAL ON JUNKSTIl.
San Francisco, June 30.?Dates from the
;ity of Mexico from the thirtieth of Mav to the
sixth of June have been received. The news
s of the highest importance.
President Juarez and the Cabinet have con
cluded to evacuate the city of Mexico, believ
ug that the most effectual resistance to the
t rench army can be made outside the walls.
On the 31st of May the Government moved
:o San Luis Potosi, taking all the moveable
fire arms ard munitions of war; also, two mil
l ors of dollars from the treasury.
The lorce that garrisoned the city, said to
number over twenty thousand, was with
irawn to Cuernevoca Plaza and the interme
liate points around the city, for the purpose
nf carrying on a guerrilla warfare.
On the first of June a meeting was held in
the city, at which the principal leaders of the
LJhurch party were present. They sent a com
mission to General Forey, to offer their allegi
ance.
On the fifth a French division under Gen
Eazine, occupied the main entrance to the cit^
to afford tne Church party protection against
the excited populace.
The entire French army is oxpected to occu
py the capital on the 8th of June.
Three newspapers have been established
ravoring the policy of the French. One states
the occupation of the city settles with abso
lute certainty that it is necessary to extirpate
by the root (he democratic institution, and
that there is no longer need there should be
even a dream of popular sovereignty; and
dvises the contfe??Uon ot the property of all
parties who hare been or areVTaruxa against
the French.
This n*? is derived from letters received
here irom high Mexican official?.
GOV. CCRTIN GONE TO PHILADEL
PHIA TO JiTIR UP THE PEOPLE
THERE.
llAREisrrROi July 1.?'The Governor lea'**
this mermrg for PhiJadelphia at on?, g*ock
He will itop at tbe Continental, and ?*'',urn to
night at ten.
He desires to see the citizrn* that they may
know and apprfciate th# *?nwr which they
have been se loth to ***pve, that they may not
relax tbrir rffor# !hp dan&* is over.
Everything" 1ulpt- There is no news from
any qua^11)46 mormD^
14^f6lS OF CITY rOI JULILSOF PHIL
A ADELPHIA.
1'hilAi'KLriii a, J uly 1.?The resolution call
ing on the President of tike United States to re
instate Gereral McCIellan, was passed l?y the
Common Conncil last evening. It was also
declared passed intl'e Select Bran?fc; although
no quorom voted?all the Republican iflembers
retiring. There was ro call of the roll, and
the resolution flnallj' passed.
LOCAL NEWS.
The Brown Will Cask.? Circuit Court, To.
day.?Mrs. Brown testified to-day that she did
not tell Mrs. McGann that IVIr. White was the
father of Georgiaua; that she did not tell the
carpenter at work at the hou.?e on Fifth street
that Mr. Brown was not the father of Emily;
did not say to Mr. Slade that Mr. B. was as
kind to Emily as if she was his ewn child; does
not rememl>er that she furnished the date of the
birth and death of Georgiana. Mr. Wiley had
the remains of Georgiana renvnved at the re
quest of Mr. Brown, who said he did not want
any oije belonging to him to rest in the Con
gressional burial ground.
By Mr. Brent.?The " W." in the inscription
on the headstone of Qeorgiana was there to
evade the public curiosity. Mr. Jesse Brown
\va? alive at the time of Georgiana's death.
When witness went to Kentucky she took a
servant with her, and went for the health of
iier child. Does not know that Mr. Brown
knew any one was living with her on B street.
Mr. B. was not able to take t are of her. From
th?-e she went to a house on New York av
em*e: had no one there, and "since tha' time
have lived an liom-st, virtuous lite, so help me
God."' Mr. Jesse Brown was alive at the time
ol her living on B street, and -he stood in dread
ol him and his family. Mr. T. F. Brown was
a clerk for Jesse Brown. Ther? was an ar
rangement made by Mr. B.and herself that she
was to become his wile at some future time,
but not during his father's life, because he
mi^ht cut liim ofl irom any benefit from
the estate. Mr. B. visited her at every house
she stopped, except at Mr?. Dodd's anil Miss
Weeden's. Mr. Brown said at his death if he
hud anything he wished it to go ty tii? child.
The child was named Emily Frances Brown.
The family bible of Mr. Jesse Brown, and his
likeness, were given by Mr. T. F. Brown to his
daughter, who divided with Mr. M. Brown,
g\\ mg him the picture.
By Mr. Bradley?Does not recollect paying
rent to Marshal Brown as an heir of T. F.
Brown. Do not recollect that Mr. Marshal
Brown was allowed one hundred dollars on a
note. Does not know that Dr.Gunton advanced
the money on the note; does not know that her
agent got the money, and does not recollect
authorizing her agent to apply to Mr. Marshal
B., as one of the distributers, to allow h> r to
take the furniture on the appraisement. The
furniture was sold at public sale, but does not
know why it was sold.
14*. M. ?V. Hopkins recalled and testified that
he had often heard Tilletson Brown say that
he did not intend to leave his relations any
thing, (naming Marshall Brown,) but wanted
his property to go to his daughter, and would
like to have it so that Mr. Wiley could not be
benefitted. Tilletson said he would sell his
share of the property cheaper to Marshall than
to any one else.
Miss Brtl recalled?testified that a book pro
duced was a ledger, which was kept by her
brother at the school in Newark. The accounts
of Mr. Brown commenced 17th November,
1S41. ^
I. O. W. B?The Independent Order of Wife
Beaters had a .jolly time last night in the Fourth
ward. Three arrests were made. The first
John Marlue and wife, who reside on
Pennsylvania avenue, near Four-and-a-half
street. The wile declared that her husband
jnly slapped her because she would not admit
.hat some one had insulted her. Witnesses,
lowever, testified that cries of murder were
leard: and the justice fined each for being
disorderly, and sent Mr. Marlue to jail to keep
iie peace.
John Dorrity was also arrested for beating
bis wife, but she did not appear against him
this morning; and Justice Gibersou Held him
:o bail tor a hearing.
Wm. Warren, colored, was arretted for in
lulging ir. a similar pastime. William put hia
Kite out ol the door, and tried to break her
leek. She said that she could not live with
lim, as he treated her too badly. Justice
Jibersou sent him to jail for court."
Police Reports?Third I'.rcinct.?One sol
lier, drunk; military. Peter Shields, disor
lerlv: si.il. Abram Criddle, do.;
Fourth Precinct.?Martha Burk, disorderly;
i-2. Edmond Tascoe, threats; bail for p^ace.
Tohn J. Elliott, drunk and disorderly; ?2.
rt m. Bowers, drunk; S2.
Sixth J'rccinci.?C. Collins, drunk and dis
iriierly: workhouse. John Little, drunk; uni
tary. Chas. Ray, drunk and disorderly; do.
Cimothj O'Connor, drunk: do. M. Usterman,
Ltteir.pt at rape; dismissed. (Jhas. Gesford,
lisorderiy: ?2. W. lloyes, do.: #1. A. Kelley,
trunk and disorderly: military.
Tenth J'r*":nct.?William Boyd, accessory to
tealing a horse; forbearing. Rezin Webster,
li-'orderiy; military John Dougherty, fast
Iriving: fined *5. Jas. Mulligan, drunk and
lisorderly: military. Mary Cook, disorderlv;
int-d Wm. Black, riding ou pavements;
lismissed.
Chap.okof Larceny.?On Monday, ablack
mith named James Hugley went to the house
f Angmett Moon, on L street, near 24th, and
(lere lost his money (seventy-five dollars)
Irhich he accused Annie Johuson of stealing.
Iflicer Smith, of the Sixth Ward, happening
k i>e near by, was palled in and arrested Annie,
lid searched the house, finding the inmates of
te house possessed of above seven hundred
Ailars, but no traces of the missing money.
T,e inmates got around officer Srai'h andottVr
a to refund the money and to pay him fifty
dliars if he would allow the accused to go, but
a* officer was inexorable and escorted the gay
4"1 to Justice Ifc-ury's, who, after hearing the
eader.ee, dismissed the case.
fc1 orRTH Ward Station Cases.?Patrick
M'tning, croitiug nuisance; ?1.5^. Jas. Pum
I"rey, do.; #1.58. Henry Seitz, swindling; dis
r^?ed. Wm. Wall, profanity; S2.G4. Thomas
H\enner, creating nuisance; S1JW. James
\vlsli, assault and batlery; jail tor court.
Jlies Welsh, disorderly; >^3.70. Michael
IVlBride, drunk, dismissed. Lizzie Harrover,
vlrruicy; do Edw. O'Connor, selling liquor
oifcunday; S10.64. John Clagg, drunk: *2.-55.
Pa Sullivan, assault and battery; bail for
co\t. John Daily, drunk; Sl.5^. Jeremiah
H?ington, drunk and disorderly; $5. John
Ri?, sleeping in street; dismissed. James C.
Brk-nell, drunk; do. Geo. Roche, sleeping in
st i*t; S-i.5*.
E|Tbs.t quotations?Washington Mo*.
byIaekkt.?Furnished by Lewis Johnson A
Co.|iaukors.
Buying. Selling.
{Coupon Bonds, 13S1 104%
5'20's P*r ?
7.10 Notes 104 If 106
termasters* Checks<W
bertificates 97 ?
f:an Gold 14-1 ?
[can Silver . 13? ?
law YORK RATES?3 O CI-OOK P. *?
Cofeon 6's, 18H1,104; 7-tJO s, 101; New CerUfi
cateaf Indebtedness, 97 i^; Gold, 144 .\
S4wi> Ward Station Casks. ? Biddle
man Inith, drunk; dismissed. John Halleck,
lisoiirly Henry Dehring, drunk and
disorlrly; dismissed. Charles Sunset, sus
piciosLEd vagrancy^ s^nt to Superintendent.
Theotre Thompson, Michael Lynch, Tim
Dthv lham, John Ohs, vagraacy; dismissed.
Edw* Shephard, John Allen, Wm. Harris,
do.; sT John Nelson, Thomas Lynch, Chas.
O'Nel John Smith, Michael PheJbin, John
Uennci pat O'Brien, John Simpson, William
Doyleljos. I^ynch, John Casey, Levi _**il
liams.lTamee McBride, sleeping in the street;
dismia^d.
TnEipNtoE Foekigx Missxonabt Socie
ty'# cabration, last night, at Rev. Dr. Smith s
churcllwas a perfect succbss. Itid building
was crirded, and many who desired to enter
could A do so. They will have an opportu
nity, hirever, of enjoying the entertainment
on Friqy night, when it will be repeated,
A HjIbaome Donation.?J. H. Douglass,
secreta^ of the Sanitary Commission, ac
knowlAces the receipt of $50 from Messrs.
Uenze ?derklein, per hands of Superintend
?nt Wet for the benefit of sick and wounded
wldieriaid sum being the proceeds of a con
cert heicit Metropolitan H?U on the 21st ult.
A Lcoky night, Officer McEl
fresh, going round! at W\' o clock, cam*
?ik)H a mar 'TtnK arai^t a tree box near the
corner o^^''v,'ntb stmt and Pennsylvania
avenuf* **ry drunk. le was taken to the
Fo?^" ^ard station, ac^ there gAre his name
?, .Tcremiah HarringumJUpon searching him
JEril was found upon hit. He contended bt?
had S100, but this mornkj; he admitted e til
w as right, and paid $5 fie. It was hia urst
visit to this city, and hi.^tirst apjx arance in
cny court.
KETCRNtNa Homk.? Ykti-rday, the -itth
Maine rt-giment, uuinherit about 700 men.
Col. Fessenden, searched fpm Virginia yes
terday morning, and took A- train for tbeir
humes, their term of wr vie* having expired.
The 27th regiment from ihekrne State, num
bering Goo men. Col. KillArrived yesterday
afternoon and left thi^ mormr. The-jn.l Maine
regiment also started for hoifc on Monday.
Removal of the DKrOT.-i"he Managers of
the Washington and Cleorgiown Railroid,
have removed their depot f?m Georgetown,
and it is now located on ti lots near the
Haltimore and Washington Van. h railroad
depot. The entire fixture? ha>) hr-en removed
to the new location. and fromnere the daily
runs of the cars will bogie.
TatvEN for Rkhkls.?We uninformed tha^
yesterday while *ome of Scott's u were per
lorming scouting duty, they <^ine across a
detachment ol the 17th Broolu i infantry, <
whose uniform is grey, and, minkinc tt*>-ni <
for i^nnice "creybacts,"' made a brilliant
charge upou the latter. I J1
Observance ok the Fourth-Ah order
will be issued to-morrow, wv uadratand, bj
the Military Governor, Gen. Maiwdatf, r?-.
specting the observance of the :Lg>roa> buig
national anniversary. j
Criminal Court, Ju.hjr Fiskcr.??K morn- J
inK, Edward Hrowu and John Ilayi'barged
with the murder of Daniel jfr**rs, by
beating him, causing his death on 4'' 1st of
June, was tried and found not guilty.
Thk Summers or l-u have act* *d tli*
invitation to be present at the comiki Fourth
of July celebration, and will ass-mbl i" odd
Fellows' Hail on that day, and take llw places
in the procession.
\\TANTKD?By a middle -ag-d woman,*^"^
* f ATION as Hura,; or as cook in a p-i vatr fatni
ly. Addres< Cook. Star O'lice It'
A SITUATION WANTED BY i aUSPLK
aged wnmau, as conk in a pri v;it? f^riily,' fool
refere.ee given. Aidress A. B . 8ta-Qffiae. It'
A WOMAN WIF H K 8 A SITUATION A|
nur^e and seaiMtrew* or to do teeing by th?
wt-ekor month. Apply at No. J:i ju lietw- Bo
l?th Jind g.'th. Best of city refwrean" given. It"
P'R RENT?A HOUSB with 12 ro.*i? in it, verj
desirably lacated, for r?a? *n ! farniture for
pft't1. Call on tjth street, between it and H. Xo
| Jyl-4t*
W-EAMSK EMPIRE HA8 ARftlYBD AN'ft It
* now discharg e cargo foot of dig* ?'P&&.
street, Georgetown. Consignees
p'.e^e attend to the receipt of :he:r
troo l.". Empire sail* July 4ih,at i^m. Hug?o
accommodation for paH*?i*riijf?rK and hofri*6.
jv l at MORGAN fc Kti INBH ART. Agent
MITLKS. MDLS.-'.?The suMcriber has tor Hal'
broken*'**1 ra'r8 ?f fine' larie'
MULES.
and one very fine SADDLE HORSK -nif.
able tor an olhctr.
ir I 3t? JAMBS H. 8HBKV* i
By J. O. JlcBDIRiS 4. 00., Auction4trii.
PUltNlTURE AND BF7ECT8 OP A FA MItV
* PKCLISIIIG n a-SKKSKr iVr,. _On BON'Dtv
MOBNING, July 6th, at l.i o'clock, at Hi 400 1
street between !#th aua loth, wa shall si-U'.au fur.
niture and Elfects. comnriRiug?
Mahogany Ilair fleth Kiirniture.
Marble-top Center and Sofn Tables
Whatnot, Gilt frame M;rror,
BrusFel-an i Ingram Carpesg,
Oiicloth. Matting. Kujjs,
Loniitfi-.Can" seat Chairs, Rocker,
Duni&sk Curtains. Shades.
Bedstead*. Bureaus, Wardrobes,
Washntands, Toilet Sets,
Ilair and Ilnsk Mattresses, Bolsters andfJIowi,
Blankets, Comforts, Spreads,
Bed and Table Linen.
Sideboard, Dining Table.
French China Dinner and Tea Ware,
Table Cutlery, Castors, Waiters,
Cooking and othor Stoves. Refriserator.
Together with a general assortment ofKitdti
B^quifites. Terms cash
jy 3 d J. C. McGUIRF ft CO^*ucti.
CONTINENTAL MONTHLY, JULY, 1 ???;}.
V- Contksts : K'naneipition in Javoa;a?I y in
C. C Starbuek; Abijah W'itherp-e s li>-tK?t; R??
r 'i, Rhyme and Rhythm, complied and written j
k.r?. Martha Walker Cook; Mrs. Kabnthafrs Parti,
by L. V. F. Randolph;gDiary uf f- an. es K*-iniki.
Ladies Loyal League, by Mrs. o S. Baler Ww;
of the MiaeiKsippi; Tte Ca?a'ier Theory RefavJ,
Whitmore; The Barly Arbutns.hj OfW
de la \ erite; The Third Y^nr of the War.by lJai.
Frederick P. Stanton; Wis He Su;ceFsful:by R.si- |
ard B. Kimball; The Chicago (Illinois) ar.d itier%
Canals, by Hon. Robert J. Walker. Wonan; Lit- 1
eniry Notices; Edito-'s Table
jeSi FRAN OK T AY" LOR, Agent
Wood! Wood! W?o4!
K1KDLIXS A STOVE WOOD!
On hand the best quality cf a.l kindiof
WOOD! ,
SAWKD AND SPLIT IN ANY LENGTH OB
SIZE REQUIRKD. ^ .
KINDLING WOOD!
A superior s-ticle of Pine, Rele ted eipres?ty r
kiedtin?. Sawed Short and Fmej-'plit, as
tute for charcoal in b ailding Anthracite Fire?
Radiators, Banpes. 4c.
at Ojtnt when ord'Tfd.
THUS. J. GALT, ?
OFFICE?382 PENNA. AVBNUf.
Bktwesn 11t? and 15TH, f I
Mill and Yard-Foot of irth st^jk.
COAL.! ( OAL! COAL!
All orders for
COAL
from the same establishment, furniskad in the
usual prompt ard satisfactory maoaer by
GEO. D. C. HI BBS.
who has secured thr.t branch of the bssinetf.
je3'Iw iChronicie.)
An excellent tonic
" IN HOC riNCES."
ROMAINE'8 CRIMKAN BITTX&a
I have always refused to sell any ofthe c>ra
prounds known as tonic bitters, as 1 baiieve tbfin
to be generally injurious and compoaeiof delete
rious drugs ; but from a careful trial ofthe " Cri
mean Bitt?rs," backed >>y|the certiiicat?i0j Doctors
Chilton aud Fohle, of New York, I hav?ao heiita
tion in recommending them to my fr,en,iw ?nd
customers. FRBDKKIC 8. COZZKNS
Wine Merchant, New York un&
je 1^-eeJw Pennsylvania avenue, Wuh iugton.
ACAED.-HAVING DISPOSED of mT entire
Plumbing. Gas and Stt-am Fitting B-tab
lishment (No. 6<H( Ninth street? to JOttti^n RRY
NOLDS A- GO., of this city, I take gnat nieuu'e
in recommending the new firm to q. frjead.s
;ustomers, and the whole community; WeH *
ing that good work .reasonable pric afe,
ind strict honesty will characterize
ictions of this establishment. W'
JOSBPH REYNOLDS Jt CO., 1
r. Dove.) PLUMBER3. Ga?v^
FITTERS. 503 Ninth street, near pi?Tk
ivenue. are now prepared to farnlsh
:beir liee at reasonable prices, andtolT^ir
>rder? with promptness aud in 1
nanner. One vrirt culu. tS' fci
t
THE STEAMBOAT ILYIN? 0L^^
runnin; from Georgetown to ^
Point of Rocks, Md., leaves w?at aa Jw
tide Market House, Georgetown, D
J., Mondays. Wednesdays and
orPointof Rocks, and returnina ?i *?
^ooks at 7 o'clock a. m , Tuesdays mi
iatnrMays. Bxpresn Goods and ot^aJi
:arried at moderate charges, provuJi!
?ass for same. Freights left at WM tt
itore will be attended to. *'
my 27-eoim* JOH? ,
p H E E E Y N OLDS U frAl 8*7
The undersigned, thankful to his friends in*
mblic in general, for the patronage they A
lave given him as former proprietor oft " "
he "McClelian House." respectluiiy be?rs
save to inform them that he has transfa
stablishmenttothecomerof iHth street and* p* I
ylvania avenue, where he >"as opened a L
lew and complete style. Connected with JV i J U *
IEBTAURANT, where the best of Wlnuf^ 1
.iquors will alwav be on hand. Meals c-T
,t all hours, and ax the shortest notice l"1*
The public asfc'r<*j>ectfully invited to Tlait
<Ubhshm??g u
may6 3mJ. W. RBYN0LD8, Propril,
nONGBESa HALL,
L' CAPF MAT.
This first-clasa hotel if now omb for th .
lonofgaaats. MILLER a WgW11** p
je a 2W Proari?*T1 ^ a
COLCMBii eoDMj,^ Mtr - I
This ftrst-elass house will be open for the pa ' y
ioa of guests on June fTth. ?
?w ?-| *
JURIED APFLE8 AND^PEA0Hl8, I
JONES A 00.*8, ? *]
my S Corner Eighth an* q
A LAROl A880RTMBNT Of~~wTjrr:
\ RCHATt GUITAE8 have ^
t Ue Musifi 8t*e of W. G.
Itk ftrMt ?W Fa. ?T?Mt. VrX ^
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