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V2&. XXII. WASHINGTON. D. C.. FRIDAY, JULY 10. 1868. N2. 8,235.
THE EVENING STAR IB PUBLISHED SVJCKY AFTEKNUUN, <SUNDAY EXCEPTED,) AT THE MAR BUILDHHOS, Own Pbhs'a Aviki" b ahd 11th Strbbt, by W. P. WALLAOffi Papers served wlthcnt wrappers by carriers 1 sent per copy, or i? cents per mouth. In paaltages by carriers at $4 a year, or 37 cents per .month. To mail subscribers the prioe is a year, in advance; 52-50 for six months; 9L25 for three months: and for less than three Months at the rate of IS cents a week. Single copies, with or without wrappers, two obnts. XP"APTBXTTSBXKirTS should be sent to the ?See before 11 o'clock K-; otherwise they may BO* appear until the next day. ~~ AMUSEMENTS CANTERBURY HALL, LOUISIANA AT., BflAB Sixth 8*k?v, Tb. 9. Binn Bole Manager and Proprietor THE STANDARD PLACE OK AMUSEMENT GENIUS AND BEAUTY. Thi- only plaoe where FIRST CLASS DRAMATIC REPRESENTATIONS can be witnessed DURING THE SI MMER SEASON, in addition to the MAMMOTH OLIO PERfORMANCE, BY TBI EXCELSIOR COMPANY OP THE WORLD. GREAT SENSATION BILL. To night another Great Drama. Virst nights ef the Great Drama, in three aots, ___ entitled THE FRENCH SPY, THE FRENBH SPY' _ OR THE STORMING OP ALGIERS. OR THE STORMING OP ALGIERS. MISS LOUISA WELLS as \Mathilda, MISS LOUISA WELLS as <H?nry St. Almo, MIBS LOUISA WELLS as (Wild Arab Boy. Cnpraeadentoi snoeess of Ml S3 EVA BKENT, The celebrated vocalist. The beautiful Bcotch Ballet, arranced by Mont. Saollosr, entitled TME SYLPH OP THE MOUNTAIN, in which Miss Louisa Weils, Mons. SeoHosy.ana ". Armstrong will appear, supported by _ the entire COURT OP BEAUTY, MB. GKORGE B. EDKSON, The po pnlar Comedian. MONS. J B. L. 8ZOLLOSY, The Great Maitre de Ballet, and Oomie Pantomimiat. WJLLI8 J. ARMSTRONG, JAMES S EDWARDS. J. 8. CL BK, MASTER JOHNNY H. WILLIAES, 0. MARSHALL, Ac. Admission twenty five and fifty cents. . A GRAND MATINEE Will be given next SATU RDAY APTERNOON for the atcominodatlnn of Ladies and Children, when the Great Canterbury Company will appear Jy66t NATIONAL LOAN . The Secretary of the Treaarry having extended to the FIRST DAY OP AUGUST NEXT t&e privilege of conversion, we shall cobtinue until that date to furnish THJ NEW SIX PER CENT. BONUS of the UNITED STATES, PAYABLE TWENTY YEARS I BOM DATE, Or after Ave years, at the option of the government These Bonds are the CHEAPE8T GOVEBNMEHT SECURITY now in the market, BEING SOLD AT PAR and yielding SIX PEB CENT. INTEBE8T IN GOLD, Equivalent at present price of coin te Nine Ptr Cent, in Currency. They offtr a BECUBE AND PBOPITABLE MODE OP IN VESTMENT, For large or small sums, THE COUPON BONDS are issued in $S8's, 5:0n!s $ano'n, and SLOWs. and the BEGISTEBED BONDS IN 9AO's, Sloo's, $500 s, 31,000's, and 95,000^8. Persons desiring further information concerning the loan can procure, upon application at oar ?ountsr, or by mail, circulars answering all questions that may arise. JAY COOKE Sl CO., Bankers, jy 452 15th street. UBOPKAN HOTEL, Corner Pennsylvania av. and Eleventh *., Washington City, D. C. Strangers, Sojourners, and Residents1 will fina every convenience And facility for comfort at this Hotel. It is admiraW^coi^ ducted upon the celebrated EUROPEAN PLAN, the guests and patrons paying for only what they ?fcootie to purchase. It is located in the very business centre of the city, approachoble by Street Passenger Cars, with placef of Public Amusement, of Business, the De partments and Capitol, and every place of interest in the city of Washington or Georgetown. The BAR is en pplied with Choice Liquors and Bevtrages, and nith Wines and Ales of the best brands and vintages. To sum up?this Ilotel presents inducements of a rare kind to all who may be pleased to extend to it their favor and patronage. P. EMKICH, European Hotel, _ jy 4-lm Corner Pa.-av. and 11th st. CRYBTAL SPRING. COACHES FOR E CttiBTAli SPRING AND THE RACE COUB8E. The undersigned will run a coach for the above places, making two trips a day (except Sunday, when there will be three,) leaving National Hotel, 7th street and Penn. avenue, at 12 and 4 o'clock, and on Sunday at 10 1 end 4 o'clock, stopping at the Metropolitan, Turner A. Co.'s No. 2tsl Penn, avenue, Kirkwooa and Willards'Hotels. Return ing from Spring at 2 and 7 o clock, Sundays 12, 3 and 7 o'clock. Pare?Round trip, 75 cents: each way, 5" cents: children half price. Por further in formation call at 2?1 Pa avenue. jeg> lm* E. FERGUSON. Pro'r of Stages. 'C'OB CAPE MAY,?The sale and sommedius JT steamer MANHATTAN will commence her route, from Phila delphia to Cape May, on 8ATUB-' DAT, 27th inst., and continue running on alternate days during the bathing season. The Manhattan is the largest and most convenient boat on the route to Cape May, having abaut fifty stats rooms, and every accommodation that passengers can desire. Passengers leaving Baltimore in the 8..30 a. m. train can connect with the boat at New Castle. je 22-2w* m TAMPING I STAMPING STAMPING I STAMPING 1 STAMPING! 20,000 LADIES WANTED To call at 3S1 F street, between 8th and 9tb, oppo site Patent Offios. We Stamp all kinds of goods cheaper than any ?ther plaee in th? city. Five hundred NEW BBAIDING PATTERNS j?J K-lm* LU D L O W ' 8 SELP 8EALING JARS, FOB FKB8KKVIHQ FRUITS, VEGETABLES, Ac., Thi only Jar srtr inventtd that can U Tested, For sale wholesale and retail, with fall instruc tions lor preserving all kinds of Prnits, Vegetables, Ac. O. W. BOTELEU & BON S General Honsefurnisbing Store. le 27-gt 31>? Iron Hall. BUTTE r! PUTTER! jno firkins fresh BUTTEB, 40 barrels fresh EGGS. * 10?cases CONDENSED MILK. For sale by U. E. DUTR0W, je:30-6t? ? 4 30 8th street. I^OB SALS?A young bay MAKE. Fine style, good blood, gentle, and a first-class riding ani mal. 1 raided her acd can recommend her. Can be seen at my honse, No. i.'iO, 13th street. Island, or by addressing me a nots through City Post Of fice stating place. jy 1 lw* GEO. OTT WUNDER. POTOMAC MARKET, 01' POLITIC ZHE GOVERN MUX! WHARF. Poor of Sixth Strlkt. A. M. nEPllURN, Proprietor. meatTTpish VEGETABLES, PRUIT, ICE. Ac., Wholisalb ABO Retail Goods delivered in any part of the eity on and after the 3'th inst. je 19 Ira* JAOCORDEONS. U8T Receive ' lrotn Paris a large assortment of finest quality Accorfieuns, wfcich w?i can sell cheaper than any oth* r hwuse?from $2 to METZEROTTS Mnsic Store, je 29 if corner of lltli and Poub. a?e, JAcON C. KING. Ib7 William street, N Y. Tealers in Books, Cards, I'rinls, Stereoscopic Views, Curd \ iEites, Ambrotypea, Rubber Goods, etc. Send ,'ftl and get the new j?15-26t Book just out RACY, RICH,' RABE, FESTIVE, FELICITOUS FANCY. D B T. F. JoypC^BIOIAg AND SURGEON, OFFICE?113 PENN. AVENUE. Ovbe Moore's Dxno Stosi, Washington city, D. C. SOT*Advice gratis to the poor from seven to nin ?. m. Je g'-lm* U M B E R I LUMBER!! The andsrsigued is now in receipt of two cargoes ?f assorted Lumber which will be sold cUesp for sash at his Wood, Coal and Lumber Yard, Corner ^ w. t mroiw. GT?' . Butler Lou in Branoer Ellen Kalr Ella F Bencin Anna Blane Frances Bard an Mrs Frar.k W Brown Martha Riley Sarah Run pert Joana Redding Mrs Riordan Michael Ronfcnd Mrs Redmond Mary A LIST OF LETTERS REMAINING- IN THE WASHINGTON CITY POST OFFICE, THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1863. OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN TUB PAPBB HAVING THIS LARGEST CI aCULATION. LADIES' LIST. AslitonPothanuaGrimshaw Miss Ritchie Mary J AilerdMisftClnircGustia Elizabeth Ritchie Maria Anderson MrsRBGrienleafMrnDCRiedeinaiin Mian Anderson Mary Gross Kate T Auguste Brown Mr? B F Govrr Margaret Ryder Mrs.? B Boyle Susan Green Maria L Rhodes Mrs T B Bovnton MrsAA Hulls Oath R Brianebiu Mrs Hury Matilda Hook Sarah B Hart" Rose M Hawkins Kate Holland Annie __ Bowman MraSM Hewlett Mary E Rambo Mr? R R Barloro Mrs J W Harding Harriet Shane Maria Babcock Mrs8 A Harris Julia Shreev.-? Sallie Baker King's J Howell Lacy 13 Stone Mrs J no H Howiett MrsIIR Smith KlizatvthP Harrison Eiiath Stone Marv E Hollidy Ellen Smith Ida C HaunanKate SanvittAnny Broughton Mrs Hatbaway Julia Smith Julia A Wait Hunt Virginia A Slator Carolina Blackie Emily Holland Harriet Smith Carrie K Barrett K1 vin A lloran Anno Spalding Maria Berk Ann Hancock Carrie E H Campbell Mrs Harbnrger MrsB Swain Mary B CraiirJaneB Johnson Mrs E Sigh Elizabeth Clarke MreEphm Marion 8?*iuuies Mis?Cel Cross Aurilla H Johnson Eliza A Sedgwick Jennie Jones Mrs Sutton Sarah Jackson Laura Skilly Marr Johnson MrsTbsSbrrwood Mra Jackson Mary A Dr TH Johnson Eliza Shaw Taeey Ann Jackson Mary A Sewell Ann . JawbnsMrsR Stinger Dortbyll Connelly Mr?An Johnson Rachel Selden Blanch Casein MrsW L lCiddell Magsie Shormond Mrs Cunningham Kintr-inger l'au- Dr T II Elizabeth line Simpson Carol's Chritty Ida Kniffen Mary L Scholield Susn W Condon Ellea Kelluni Mrs Stewart Cornelia Chapman Mrs Keseah-2 Coal Alice Cords ii J oana Carroll Julia C Cecil Catharine Cotter Mary E Colbert Mr* Conoly Mrs Cornelus CUrrteKofiman Lizzie Corri^en MrsJnoLarrow Mrs E Dill Fannie Davy Kate Dill Fanny Dean Marv A Durland Mrs A Lowny Mrs F Woodbury Shehy Ann Tud Maria W-2 Tinglo Delia Tolson Malvina Thoinpkin* Vict Looney Miss JoeTalbert Susanah Lloyd Louisa Thomas Fannie Lee Fannie Tanner Jenny Dennison Fanny Lamar Caddie Thompson Mry J Dyer Harriet S Lazellc Mary E Trausfield Alida Dunkinson AnnaMilierMrsBord'eThompson MarA Dcrany Ann Decker Mrs E Dyser Mary Duftield Carrie Dorscheinter Martha Mauijiu Mrb A M Taylor Mrs E A May Mrs Phoebe Thompson Mrs Mc^ MissFrank Tucker Mollie K Mimel Mrs HrvvThompson Mrs Mnrphey Emily Jno Trensty Anna V Ypstes 'Mrs Capt J W Wroe Maria N Miller Alice Donaldson Mary Murphy Cnth Drury MrsWrnC Morion Mrs Des Leva Ala Frances A Vitcria Millikian Salli# B \N ells Sarah P DaTis Mrs A H 8 MarFliall Maltha Went'/ Hannah0 Elmore Mary E Mollard Sibillii Warren Ellen Ely Mrs M Martin HarrietMWoodbury MryA Edwards Bell MitrhellCorn'aDWillis Miss M V Ely Marv E Martin HarietM2Wilker Mary A Ellif ottJnliaRA McClusky SarhEWench Abagail Failes MrsWash-Mib-s AugustusliWinis* Mary A iiiKton Morgan Ann Woodruff Aiae Fields Rachel Mc\eilMrsJo? lift L Foot HesriettaMNourse Mr* M R Williams Miss Fra/ier Clara Nash Henrietta M A Fillibrown Mrs Nevinn Mrs Bur-Williams Nelly IIC nett L Wisler Mary Farewell flattie Nortball J T WinchergerCar FleuryMrsCM Northlield tori oline Fort Geo L AM Wilbraham MrB Freyburger Mrs Netten Mrs Ann Janu s Thos Norris EiauiaKS Wilson MrsThos Franklin MaryA Olmsted MrsW BWiiliams Molley Fabvan Mrs 11 S Oakley Cath Walton Elizabth Gray Mrs Ann Osborn MrsSelsnWil?on Col W F Gage Sophia F Parker Annie Williams Mary A Golge Marv L Sorter Sarah L Wallace Louisa Giles Mrs E 0 Preston Susan Wilson Mrs Col Gill Bridget PhetapacCecela M R Goods Eleanor? Parker Fanny Weeks Mrs Geo Green Anna Paine Bella,^ Worth ington GrnnyM?ry Recce M rsWmL Marion Gibson MargaretKatler Amelia Young Mrs S C Greenfield Eliza Rowan Cath Grason Miles Yost Mrs Abbott Alfred Alh. rt Co! A Adsit Cyrus Abb'-y David Ay res Elia?-2 AtkinsonG P Andrews Geo P AdauisGeo >1 GENTLEMltff'S LIST A. 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N Best Thos Backs Tbeo Bolan Capt T L Burgess 'l'hos S Brackett I'hi-o L Bridgeham T Burmiugbam W Bid He Win B. nnettCol W W B:irhani Wm G Blackmail J D Baker Josiah Buehlmayei Jno Brainball W 13os.serir.an J E Butler Win C Batles Jn< Brown J no B Boothe J W Barnes Isaac Broome J no M Breen Jno Bahk" Jos Burr Jos Burssnw N Bowie Nathl Boll P A liner Wm BeesonW F Bayley Wm D Braiuere Lt W II IS -2 B. aue Capt W II Black Win Behr Wm BrockJas Brown fct J T Bellman Wm Babbitt Robt A Brown Capt WII Blunchard R R Botts Wm H Bartliolon R * ? 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Duran Elliot C Delano E A Dean Fred J -2 Dayton Dr F v Dayly Franklin Damon W F A Doctor Geo ( DaveuBort G D D Dunlia G Vv DownesLt RA Dickerr uuCaptK Denison R A Dice Sam! Davis J- L Dod^i' S G Delani - Til Donnelly Thos Dwver Thos (? D'iw.iey 1' Dodge Ellis Lt A C-3 Ecker A U Kly A K Elbert Capt Kat<in David Ecteimutii D Etchison E D Davis Jno G Downer J li Durgan DrJ F l'a^ue Jno Duel Jas Day J C Do>le Jas Dodge Lt Dunn Mich! Davis Marshal K Ehrliardt Frelk Eggleston Jno Em^ntrn (ihu Edward Jim I) i*rt Win Wm W ii _ -7is W 11 Davis Win Dly llenrv ft Daniorth II P Dy: Davis in Dt:iii tev Da vi llaliy Henry Kastman II A Esenwine H Bduar Jno E Elder S M F Farbush Albert Fitchett Hollis Fisher A Foster Henry A FieburgBen Flanragan B Fletcher Batel Forrest Jon Kdw .1 rd st' a ptJ G Eddy MM ? . Eai.1^ Nelson Egdrt Chas D Fr z-'ell Xathaa Freeman Math! 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Gordon Capt J Grady Jno Gallcher Jas tiarrty Jno Fullertou W J Fravel Wm Grennan Patk Gardiner P Gust in Prosper-2 Gronteir S W Goottriend rami Grillo Scipion Geary Thos Gourher Wni God kill >Vm K Guthrie W W G rtrVm H Gockalcr Jacob Harfield A G Hartmann Ad Harris* Alfred Hurncd Ale* II ufeh in* I>r A Iloran B Hyam B D-2 Hursh B F Bayes Chas Howell C S Harris Chas N Hickey L Gillt-t L B Gaston Mr Gregorv M Gr.tdv Mat Ooff Nathan G-ay P C II Holt man G , B Ilolden Geo(col) Hobh* Levant Hamilton Geo HartyhoJn Lt Hall tteu II liinkle Mart iu Hubbard Geo Hynes Michael Hewitt G PA Son newes A Co Holmes Horace Herrick Capt M Haekett. H T llaroug Oscar L Hcnrinw W N Hall Capt PS Hickman llenry II use Phillip Humphries H II Uuntley Capt P Horn Charley 1 HaUly Hiland H How Bun HalmanChas Henry John Hunter Capt RP lieister Chas ? 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BOWJIN, Postmaster. HIGHLY IMPORTANT NEWS TO THE LADIES! .?50,000 WORTII OF BANKRUPT STOCK TO BE SOLD AT HALF-PBIOE ! Jnst received the eotire strck of DRY GOODS ot W. T. Riehardson, of the city of New Vork, at LAH8BURGH & BRO.'S BALTIMORE BARGAIN STORE, 375 SEVENTH STREET, 3 doors above I. The stock is complete, and must positively be closed out in a few days. We "lention in part? bleact ed and Brown Maelins at 12,15, 19, 20 and 25 cents. Lichtaod Dark Calicoes of best makes at 16and la c? nts Pleacr ed and Brown Sheetings at much reduced prices. Linen Table Cloths, Towels, Napkins, etc., very cb#Pi Large lieu Spreads from $1 to 92, Dress Goods of every description will be closed oat at suy price. Plain .Barege Antrlais only G>4 cents pejr yard, Mourning Dresa <iood?, a complete stock, Good Licm Crash for Towelinfr. 12^c per yard. White Goof?s, each a* plain and checkered Jaco cets, plain and dotted Swiss,much below the price, 900 Silk and Gintrham Sun Umbrellas, from 75 Cents to ?2, Silk Mantilla- and Lace Shawls at a sacrifice, Hosiery *nd Gloves of every description, French Mechanical Cersets, yery c&eap, HOOP SKIRTS-HOOP SKIRTS! In the greatest variety, which we guarantee of the bf st make Amongst them can be found extre- large si/.ea, which are very scarce. Best 200 yards Spool Ootton, 8 cents, With a u-reat many other goods too numerous to mention, at LANSBUBGH & BRO.'S BALTIMORE BARGAIN STORE, 375 SEVENTH STREET, Thrik Doohb Abovb I Street. P. S.?Store open every evening until 9 o'clock. Jy 7 2w' FOR 8ALB?The contents of the livery and kiring stables known as Smith's Stables, sit- rv uated on 19th street, near Pa. avenue, con- T?Tn sitting of Carriage, Buggy and Saddle^ Horses. Close Panel and Open Carriages, Top Bag gies, Baggage Wagons, together with a good as sortment of Double and Single Harness, Saddles, Bridles and other things necessary to complete a good outfit for the above business. Any person wishing to engage in a lucrative business will do well to call and examine the stock. If notdisposed bf at private sale earlier, they will be exposed at public auction on the 1st day of August next at 10 ?. m. To a good tenant, the stables will be let on reasonable terms. The stand is of forty years' da ration, the best in Washington. je 20-tAngl* HANLY & BROWN. PWAR MAPS HILP A SOLOMONS, Army Stationers, 333 Penn. avenue, have for sale a large assortment of War Maps, amongst which are Beat of War in Mai yland and Pennsylvania, " " Potomac, Lloyd's Map of Vircinia, Blunt'6 " " " " " " Richmond and Ticinitf, " " Charleston, " " 44 " Harbor and Bt. Helena 8<innd, Military and B. R. 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Each passenger allowed >0 cubic feet of luggHge. An experienced surc'on on board. F?r pt- eage apply oaly to __ rUARLBS A. WHITNEY, At the offlce,'J6 Broadway, New York For freiga* apply only to ROWLAND Sc A8PINWALL, Agents. JelS 3m 'i4 Soutli street New York. CUTLERS, ATTENTION I O FOR SALE. 100 boxes OASTiLK 80A P, 1(10 " ADAMANTINE CANDLES, 11)0 TALLOW Cheap for cash at National Boap and Candle Works, Green street and the Canal, Georgetown, D.O. raarjn F IVE-TWENTY B?ND8. We are now prepared to famish to purchasers U. 8. FIVE TWENTY BONDS of all denominations, upon application, without ? any delay Subscribers holding onr receipts are notified that their bonds are ready for deliver* and are request Id to call for the*. JAY COOKE * CO., J*8-tf 62 14th street. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. f ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES^ THE WAR IN KENTUCKY# McTrmrRl* of the Rebel Cavalry. Louisville, July 7.?Three hundred rebel cavalry are reported at Koyd*burgh. They ?were threatening to destroy the Frankfort train, 'when the train was ordered hack to Frankfort. Telegraphic communication be tween here and Frankfort is interrupted. A small party of rebel cav airy is said to have le vied on Hon. Robt. Mallory, at. hi* residence near Lagrange, for a dinner, but made no oilier depredation. Reports prevail, bnt are probably incorrect, that a light took place between Hohson's forco and the rebel cavalry near Shepherds ville, this evening. Capture of Federal Transports. Louisville, July 8.?The steamers Alice Dean and J. S. MeCourt -were captured by a party of liOO rebels at Bradenburg, Ky., yester day. Our gunboats are in pursuit. Front. Raltimore. Baltimore, July 9.?About eight hundred more rebel prisoners arrived here to-night from Frederick. They were captured in the moun tains, and taken to Fort McKenry. Still more are said to be coming. The reported wounding and death of Gene ral Kilpatrick is not true. Passengers from Frederick report everything favorable in that locality. Passengrrs who left Gettysburg to-day say our wounded are generally doing well, and have the kindest attention shown them. Many continue to arrive in Baltimore. , Immense throngs of people are visiting the mortal remains ol Archbishop Kendrick, now robed in state. The funeral will take place on Saturday morning. A French Bhip-of-W*?r off Matamoras. New York, July P.?The Post learns that a French ship-ol-war is stationed oif Matamoras. to prevent the carrying of contraband of war to Mexico. From tlio. Seat of* War. A Series of Cavalry Fights?Capture of Two Thousand Prisoners?The Rebel* at Wniiamsport?Kilpatrick Not Dead, Dot Victorious?The fcnemy Preparing for Battle?Skirmishing at the Front?Ad vance of Meade?Moveiuentsof the Rebels. Frederick, July 9.?[Dispatch to Baltimore American.]?The rumored death of Gen. Kil patrick, I am happy to state, i? nntrne. Col. Lansing, of the 7th Michigan cavalry, has just come in from the front, and reports him unin jured. The light yesterday,between Funkstown and Boonsboro ,"about six miles this side of Hagers town, was a final success for us. Our cavalry - and artillary attacked a large rebel force of cavalry and artillery, supported by infantry, and at first wo had to fall back. Gen.Buford's cavalry brigade then dismounted, and Gen. i Buford charged the rebels at the head of the j brigade, driving them out of the woods. Gen. I Kilpatrick then charged on them with two ' mounted regiments, and drove the rebels before him for six mites. Our loss was about fifty killed and wounded; the rebel lossone hundred killed and wounded, and fifty taken prisoners From the same source I have the following ; particulars of the latest cavalry operations: On Sunday General Kilpatrick captured a Rebel train at Monterey, a few miles west of Lmmittsburg, taking 1,876 prisoners: 179 of whom were commissioned officers. On the same day he had a brisk tight with the Rebel General Stuart at Smithburg. On Muudsj General Kilputrick made a dash at Hagerstown, and found the Rebels there in very strong force. He fell back, lighting bravely all the way, toward Williamsport to join General Buford. After a hard fight the Rebels attempted to get between Buford and K.ilpatrick, but they finally formed a junction, and both divisions retired during the night. Our loss was not serious, considering the great lorce of the enemy and the desperate nature ol the fighting. The Rebels have immenee wagons parked at Williamsport, estimated as high as three thousand. They have no bridge across the river, and are us-ing scow-boat in endeav oring to cross their trains and plunder. On Tuesday there was no lighting, and our cavalry came back to Boonsboro'. Up to noon to-day only slight skirmishing is going on between the armies. The Enemy Preparing for Bftttle?Oar ilradquarters at Boonsboro"?Our Army iu Position, Ac. Boonsboro, July 9, 8 p. m.?Therehave been no active operations in onr front to-day. After the cavalry light of yesterday the enemy drew in their forces towards Hagerstown and lOrmed a line on elevated ground from Funks town on the right to the bend of the river be low Williamsport on the left, thus uncovering the Shepardstown crossing. Scouts and re connoitering parties report that Lee is en trenching his front and drawing from his train' on the Virginia *ide and making general prep arations for another battle. It is contradicted to-night that we have a force on General Lee's line of retreat in Virginia. . Mountain House, near Boonsboso', July P.?Th re has been no lighting this morning. The fight of yesterday near Boonsboro' was be tween General Buford and Kilpatrick's caval rv and Rebel infantry,principally on the bush whacking style. Our troops fell back early in the day but subsequently reoccupied the ground. Artillery was used on both sides. Wagons Destroyed, &c. New York, July 9.?The Times has the fol lowing special dispatch from Middletown, Md., dated July 9: The number of wagons which were destroyed by our cavalry is over five hundred. Buford destroyed two hundred on Monday, and Dalil green destroyed a hundred and seventy on the same day. Saturday and Sunday Kilpatrick burned, captured, and destroyed between two hundred and three hundred. Fully one third of the transportation wagons of the rebel army have been destroyed, and the damage to them is tully twice what they are able to carry out of Pennsylvania. Yesterday the enemy pressed our cavalry oack upon Boonsboro, and at sundown threw i few shells into the place. Buford dismounted the whole command, and fought the rebels on toot two hours, finally driving them clear back it Antictam creek. From a captured letter we learn that the ?nemy are trying to shove a portion of their force and wounded across the river at Shep pardstown. Phasanton will stop that to-day. The rebels have run the greater portion of their trains into the valley near Williamsport, ind covered them by artillery posted on the iouth side of the Potomac. The prospect of another collision increases. Lee Preparing to Offer Battle* Boonsboro, Md., July 9.?There have been 10 active operations on our front to-day. After he cavalry fight of yesterday, the enemy drew n their forces toward Hagerstown. and formed l line on elevated ground from Funkstown, on he right, to the bend of the river below "\Vil iamsport, on the' left, thus uncovering the ^heppardstown crossing. Scouts and reconnoitering parties report that Lee is intrenching his front, drawing a:nmu lition from his train on the Virginia side, and naking general preparations for another battle. It is contradicted to-night that we have a orcein Lee s line of retreat in Virginia. It is lot likely a general battle will take place to morrow. Shitte*sburg, July 9.?The armies of VIeade and Couch are rapidly concentrating in ront of Lee's army. The headquarters ol General Couch are here e-night. News to-day, received from Waynesboro, :how that a portion of L e's army is only three nilea from the forces under General Smith. The enemy's cavalry paid a llying visit to lay to Gieeiicastle, pro 1 ably for the purpose >f waching our movements and gathering sup ^ J ige. Lee's headquarters are still believed to be at aagersfown. . Exciting events are likely to transpire within lie next two days. Movements of the Rebel#. Frederick, July 9.?[Special por??P0?f" ?nee Baltimore American ]?t<c^nts o. the 13th New York avalry who arrived at Monocacy function ihie afternoon biing a report that the idvance < f the Rebel rolumr. was croisiHg tha Tver at Williamsport. If this is so we need eok for no fight ift-Maryland. The jinpreBsion the weekly star. This excellent Family and News Journal, containing a greater variety of intercstinf reading than can be found in any other, it publirbetl on Friday morning. Tirmb? CatA, trH c.riaUy in advanc*. Single copy, p? r annum (H? Ten copies ^ T* entj -flte copies............... 20 0W It invariably contains the "Washington News" thiit ha* made J*e DaCy Evening Jffr circulate so generally throughout the country Single copies (in wrappers) can be pro cured at t$e counter, immediately after the Issue of the per. Price?Tbui Cat* th. h" &*??**? h,forp u left here ?iu that th? L crossing except wounded a h ?*** 8*ndin* over their the *???!. }M probably xhoir whnrn Siftawi Md"" "" pr0b"le ?>< "" Considerabie artiUery firing was h?*rd thi? aiternoon for about an hour in the direction of Hagerstown. It war probably ourcavalrv en f^ lat,*r has been very hard tr find durine the Rebel retreat. According to all account* his cavalry have lost the dash ard ?iV,hii" ??c" ""b"a ?? '?>" Our forces a* Boonsboro' report the enemy 's pickets being thrown out nearly to that point, T\tXUJi*lT lme" th? Autieum bottle field and the Sheppardstown crossing. The mam force is. however, considerably west. nln^rn",a-f W \rrm* ** "?** COn central.' at Williumsp^ri. OUR ABUT. tol?V^'fment0'0llr arm>' i%*nch "Will v?J?J uncover *? enemy's portion. ? h . h,C? 'ii R mi,li,?ry eense, is quiet to-uight, though still crowded to repletion with t&e fol lowers of the great army. *ORK 1"RIHO*gRH. Seven hundred Rebel prisoners arrived to ciiiy from the lrcct, ihp fruit of onr active c&v airy operations along the line of Rebel retreat Among the party are a number of officers, and several Baltunoreans. One of the latter is George Lftnmnn, a member of the Maryland Guards, and who was arrested for cutting the halyards of the ilag at the Custom House, soon after the ltrth of April insurrection. Small par ties of prisoners, by tens and twelves come in k 5 Wbo!e nnmber of prisoners n ported at headquarters up to this morning, was twelve thousand. Rl ^ .. ? JHE LOS(,*s in battlk. ruiier information placet our lessesin killed and wounded in the three rtays" tight at flfte-n The rebel loss in killed and wound ihiT Tht ?t ^ thousand in excess of iTf? repcrtg, reeved at headquarters VOX* ^ hnndred of the Rebel dead had been buried by our burying parties, and only two-thirds of the field of battle had been exp.ored. The whole of their killed left on the field will be in excess of three thousand The usual proportion of wounded to killed in six to one, which won Id make their wounded amount to eighteen thousand A portion of these were, of course, onlv slightly injured rpntr^terewbih 10 kW>P UP With ,he armv ?? retreat. Without overstraining the estimate, tlteir total less in killed, wounded and prison ers may be put down at thirty thousand. The Fall or Vic-Itsl>urff. HIGHLY INTZRESTIXG PARTICULARS Preliminaries to the Surrender?General Pemberton'# Pr?position?-TUe Term-* of Capitulation?Entrance of the Federal Troops into the City, Jce. The surrender of Vicksburg is fully con firmed. By the arrival of the steamer Niaga ra, Lieut. Dunn, of Gen. Sullivan's-stair, at Cairo, with dispatches from Gen. Grant, for the War Department, the St. Louis Democrat has the following particulars: TUB BCBRENDER. t ^ t ?rst of trHce *9T some time was on ^ y JBt2 ?sk,I,K escort for two Englishmen, who had been shut up for some time in the Confederacy which was granted by General Grant. On the previous day the rebels made an unsuccessful sortie on the works on our rfitl't???amilg lo,l\ke our 80ldiers of their rifle pits this way. Johnson was reported onlv 20 S'c"?meaua?'? We" ",lm" 01 M"""? On the 3d another flag of truce came into our lines, brought by two Contederate officers, one of whom was Major General Bowen Thu messengers were blindfolded. They rem-ined awaiting the return of Om. SmtthT wSbSSS. the dispatches lrom Pemberton to Gen. Grant Their eyes were bandaged. Alter an hour they conversed freely with the Union officers. One of the messengers said iron enough had been thrown into the city to stock immense SboSadSfafl2nb nmeUtS f?r aW those The messengers were again blindfold and escorted te a sate point from which thev could enter their own lines. Great curiosity was manifested by the officers and soldiers to learn the contents of Gen. Pemberton's dispatches which was gratified. The rebel General bad seen lit to intimate that tne unnecessary effu sion of biood and the loss of lives mi'-ht be prevented by a brief cessation ot hostilities, during which commissioners might be ap pointed to a^rree on terms ol surrender h? also intimated that he could hold the city for an indefinite period. Gen. Grant's reply was very brief, savin" that ben. Pemberion had it in liisliahds to sior> bloodshed at any moment. Commissioners were unnecessary, as the only stipulations lie would accept were unconditional surrender. It con cludes with a deserved tribute to the bravery and endurance ot tire rebel garrison, and said surrendered they should be treated with the courtesy due to prisoners of war. Th.' rebel messenger was not gone long when General Pemberton sent again, askm* a personal interview with General Grant, which was promptly granted. At 3 p. m. of the same day a conference took place about midway between the ironts. The two Generals went aside. What was said during the con ference can only be judged from tne results After little more than a"u hour, terms were agreed upon, and the rebels surrendered. It was arranged that the Federal forces should enter at 1U a. m. the next day, July 4th. Th* rebels were all to he paroled; the officers al lowed to retain their horses and four days rations to be taken from the rebel stores, and to he considered as prisoners liable to exchange. The enemy, numbering from 25,000 to 30,000, by this arrangement, fall into Grant's hands, along with small arms, forts, defenses, *c. Cannon are plenty, and in quality equal to the best in the Confederacy. Ai 10 a. m. of the 4th, Gen. Steele's division marched into and garrisoned the city, the b inds playing the national airs of the contending forces. The scene was witnessed by .thousands ot national and rebel soldiers, who for the lirst time in weeks showed themselves with impu nity above the rifle-pits, and during these weeks they had been within five yards of each other." General Grant came slowly to the place of rendezvous, smoking a cigar, and apparently the only unexcited person in the vast assem blage. General Pemberton first remarked that he had been present when the different fortresses surrendered to the Federal arms in the Mexi can war. In these the enemy were granted terms and conditions, and he thought his army was as well entitled to favors as a foreign foe. General Grant listened and then proposed a private conversation, to which General Pemberton agreed, and the flag was soon seen above tne buildings where lately the rebel ensigns met the breeze, and Vicksburg was again in loval pos session. Not long alter formal possession had been (aken of the city, Col. Markland made his en trance to take charge at his office, and a-reed to establish national mail routes with the rest ol the world. A woman named Ida Clark was arrested ;n Cincinnati on the 6th inst., for trying to shoot Albert Early, with whom she had quar reled. Ida is disposed to be vengeful, for she says she will shoot Early if she has to wait pears for the chance. ?STHon. James S. Rollins. M. C. from Mis ?ouri, was recently captured by guerillas it Providence, in that State, and after sundry leraonstratious toward hanging him had b^e"a uade, he was released at the earnest solicita ion of some ladies and rebel sympathizers. 93T Philadelphia papers complain that that :ity is now intcstf d with scoundrels who at tend regularly at tires, and, under pretence of rendering assistance, steal everything they :au lay their hands on. *7*Mr. Samnel Coney, the Union candidate for Governor of Maine, is a loyal democrat, ias held many important trusts in the service >f his state, aud is now President of the Awgus u Bank. *y"The Northern Central Railroad has been ?epaired, and cars are now running again as Ar as York. The road will be in running order o Harrisburg in a day or two. A woman named Jenny Stout, residing n Cincinnati, a keeper of a house of ill fame, ommitted suicide because her lover deserted ler. K^The enforcement of the draft in Mnasa ?husetts and Rhode Island Is to take plac-* mmediately. The quota of the latter state is wo thousand eight hundred and fifty men. * tar a paper called the "Loyalist" has just >et n btarted in Lexington, Kentucky.