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V2t. XXII. WASHINGTON. D. C., WEDNESDAY, JULY lo, 186-3. N72. 3,239.
THE EVENING STAR ts PUBLISHLD EVERY AFTERNOON, (SUNDAY EXCEPTED,) AT THE STAR BUILDINGS, OOKXXJR Px*k'a Avesiiasd IIth Strkbt, BY W. E>. WALLAQH. Papers served without wrappers by carriers 1 ceiit per copy, or 25 c*nts per inoui.li- Iu packages by carriers at $4 a year, or 37 cents Kr month. To mail subscribers the priee i* a ypar, in advance; $-2.50 for six months; tl <5 for three roonthe: and lor less than thre>e months at the rate of 1? cents a week. Single copies, with or withoutwrappers, two cbnts. Adverti bkm*nt8 ehonld be Gent to the before 11 o'clock otherwise they may iot appear until the nest day. DENTISTRY. J)R. LOCK WOOD, J^rB^KCN DENTIST, Wafki*rt<m bui hi in*, corn--' Pa. a> rm?itia*>liitveutlx *t.?Teeth g ic*?;rtfe j on Vulcanised Rubber,acheapfc aud improved plan. A'-'o. Gold andV Silver Plates made In superior style. Tee'h extracted without pain. ap 17-4w* jV'EW A5D IMi'ROVlJD 1NV1NTI0H i' OP ARTIFICIAL t* CHLOPLftSTiC BO'VE TEETH, Wirtoot Mini Platb os Clasps, JL>i?. 8. B. 8IGESM0ND, S -0 ntut York, and 'i!>0 Fenn.'-jivmtx* t/tlumnlztji tnd 13tksts., washikiuit, Onit the Kite utien of the public to the following aiv Mutagen of his impr-ored system : . The Teeth of cis manufacture wiU^SSwpf never or reode nor change enlor by any geidf beiDrf three-fourths lighter thiin ?ny other. I. No taetii or roots need he extr.*t?d,83 the artite al .mes car. b^ inserted over tttera. S. The root* ttUJ b? m^do inoffensive, and never ic acbe. t No temporary teeta are aeoded, as perm*ssni ore's ??a M niado immediately, tner?by preserving th6 nftural expression of the face, whiah under ths oidf7Ttem i-< rresseotly disSgurea. f This work 'ins been fully tested oyer flye r?.v s by ra&uy of the 'irst chemists and phyaieiaue of this ecu n try. Dr. 8. has also invented a white uaaeetruotive cetal filling, with which the most neasitive teeth 6*nbe 3ilep without pain, and can bnild ch a ner fret. sound tooth on any aide roots, which will last ti rough iifetetime. Call and examine for yourself. no IP-Pm Mtjrg tH ? LOO^S M. D , the Inventor and Patent?# O'tfce 'if IN itii At, PLRtE T KETH, attsnds^-ajBh p?nh-naliy at hvs office in this cKy. Many" person* can vpm these tenth who cannot weir others, aud no person can wear others whc e?aL3t wear these. Persons calling at sy oHw can be accommodate*! wltk any style aud price of Teeth they may desire; btt to those who ar? particular and wish the pnrest, eiMoe't. strongest and most perfect de>itwe thai art can prodace, the MINERAL PLATS will be tert fully warranted. Booms Ln this city?No. 33 S Pennsy'vaniaavean# between 9tli and loth streets Aieo, 907 Avch St., Philadelphia. niar4-Iy GAS FITTING, Ac. W fr4S FIXTURES. I"1 Hart ln Store, and are daily receiving, GAS F1XTCRE8 of entirely New Pattern? and Designs and finish, superior in style to anything heretofore fered in this market. We invite citizens generally to eall and examine cor stock of GAS as 0. WATER FIXTURES. feelln? ecnCdent that we have the best selected stoek in "Washington. V All Wmk ln the above line Intrusted to ov ?are will be promptly attended to. mar* tf MYXR8 & MctiH.lN, 378 D street. ACSFSTCS JOHNSON ft CO., Sl?9 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, BiTTni 9th k. lOra Sts., (00MBS' BUILDING,) Invite the Trade to inspect their stock of w1xes AND LIQUORS, TOBACCO and segarx, GROCERIES FOR THE camp, ?Xfcrpa'sed in ttis city in variety and quality. Jciif the Sole Agents fer JiBSSRS. FRANK BININGKR A CO., No. 15 Bursa St., New York, we wi! tkeir celebrated BOTTLE# WINES AND LIQUORS, at New York price#,?freight added. We wcnid call the attention of DIVISION PUR VEYORS to fte fact that we have tSe abuve ^ooda ready packed for shipment in cases containing one to twelve dozen each, and can fill any ?ratr for them on csJl. ?,-W? also keep constantly <>n htnd the larges ard most varied assortment of v H A ii P A G N E wine S V be found in this city, embracing the following well-knvwn brands TCI ChlQUOT, MOir A CH AN DON, G. H. ML MM A CO., P1PJSR KKID3ICK, BBIDS1C& A CO., EUGENE CLIilLOT, DE ST. MAKCEArX, CHARLES BIVART A CO. ?V" An Inspection of our Stock la mo^t re<!pect fslly Kolitited, Al'G. JOHNSON k. CO. ?ay IS tf PWAR MAPS. HILP A SOLOMONS, Army 8tationers, 33!i Friin. ?t?DU?, hare for sale a large assortment of War Maps, amongst which are? S?-ai cf War in Maiyland and Peunsylrania, " *' Potomac, I.Icyd'a Map ot V irginia, J5 unfa * " " Richmond and vicinity, " " Charleston. " " '? " Ilarbor and Bt. Helena Socnd, Military and R R. Map Southern States, C(a?tSurve> Maps of East and West Virginia, C?!'on Map of Virginia and Maryland, t?kt ot War in the West, showing the Mississippi river from Cairo to the Gulf, Ac., &,c., in eases, sheets, and mounted on Canvas. Je 18 pi VE-I WINTI B?NDS. We are now prepired to fnrnish to purchasers 1.8 FIVK TWENTY BONDS ef all denominations, upon application, without any delay Subscribers holding our receipts are notified that * th#-ir bends are ready for deliver* and are request ed to "all for them. JAY COOKK A CO., )e22 tf 18th street. ^vr FRANKLIN A CO., ^r,n opticians T* M44 PairasTLVAira AT?*tJ?, (north aide,/ between Qth and 13th its, and 3^9 pa. atmw, %tndir tJu Nmtumal Haul. ROCK ORYSTAI, I Brazilian Pebble) and IM "Hot Kl> I'ERISOOI'IC SPBOTACLBS, scientifi '*?'* ard correctly suited to the proper condition *i the eyesight. OHFKA an(1 PIELD yLAg848, ACHROMATIC WICBOSCOPKS 11A ROM KT KRS, THKRMOME ELECTRICAL BATTElilES, MATHE MATICAL AND SURVEYOR*' INSTRUMENTS, COMPAhSEf. CARTES DE VISIT1 ofcontempo Civil and Military Celebrities. PHOTO ?-kAPH A LBr MS in every style. STEREOSCOPES tlKWS. Ac.,Ac .in ^ grsat variety and at ist lowest gures. wholesale or retail, my 13-tf By W . L. W ALL A CO., Auctioneers. I1CKSE AND CARRIAOK UA/.AAR AND RE ** POSITORY, Expressly for the ?UE OK HORSES, CARR1 Ac?ES. STOCK, AO., 9* Louisiana Avenue, Between Ninth and Tenth streets. CleH ADViSCKD OS C0S31C3M?ST8. i Storage for Carriages. ?rses, Carr ages, Jcc., received for private sal ? W L W. WALLA CO.,Ancts._ H Ai *I8MY' - "AT IB THE n7. 8C*?^0N.?The proprietors ?f the " PAR aaiM 0F WINDERS, AN ATOM Yl ,.5 ^MEDICINE, ' have determined?regardless of < tor the benefit of suffering Lit r ?oet Inatrnetive and inter S^ag Lectures on Marriage aad Its Diseual'fioa Ne^ona Debiiity, Premature Decline, Indl J7?n.i l^vrmioo, or itsori&M of ? Law. These in valuable ijll?fee have been the means of enlightening and wlU forwarded freeVn the A toilsm ^J5?2?I?B?T ?* martin a as ?t. ? ATZ G0ITA R8 have Inst been received Wtk?tr!at2J ?fe of W*Q MITZUlOTr /wrner *"?r.reet and Pa. avenue. jell rnuruoAUis. SEALED PROPOSALS Are invited till the 18th day of July, 186S. at 12 o'clock m., for furnishing tne Subsistence Department with 3",'JU0 barrels of fLOUB Bids will be received for what is known as No. 1, No. 2, asd No. 3, and for any portion less than the barrels. 8ep*rate bids will be recsived for Flour pot in goed second-hand barrel- of the same giade as above. Bids foT different gr- les, and for second baud barrels, suould be n^oo separate sheets of paper. The delivery of the Flour to be lommepced on or about the 2< th July,or as soon thereafter as the Government p:ay direct, at the rate of 800 ^arrel* daily, delivered either at tbe Government Warehouse in Georgetown, at the Wharves, or at the 'Railroad Depot, Washington, D, C. The barrels to be strong and head lined. Payment will be made in certificates of indebted ness or such other funds the government may have j for distaibotion. j Tbe usual government inspection will be made i Just before the flour is received, j An oath of allegiance must accompany each bid. No bid will be entertained fruui parties who have y eviously failed to con, pi y with their bids, or from j Didders not present to resbond, Bids to be f'ireqted to Col. A. BBCKW..TH, A. D. C. &r C 8. U. 8 A.. Washington, D. C.,and ea ' dorsed " Proposalsfor Fionr." jy l-td IyROPOBALS FOR IIATSTCAPB, S110E3, DRY j GOODS, .Vo. headquarters Dkpartubnt OF WASiTtSGTOS, I Cjfirf of ( h itfQitarttrm ister, July 1.1863. \ I Written prcposalf-Sre^invited for furnishing for j this Department, tone delivered in this city, the > fpllowintc art.eles,si!Hable for clothing contraband men. v,'rnxjki nr a nLild: en Rassett ITrogang, and other serviceable 8hoes, for n en. vomen, and children's wear. Chip, felt, and woolen Hats, and cletb Caps. Re*<Jy-ma e hickory and check Shirts, ami Den j ham Over alls. Kerseys. !inst*ys. ginghams, blankets, and other I Woolen and Cotton Goods Samples should be sent with each bid, at the ex p.nee ot the party forwarding the s?ne. No bids will be entertained unless satisfactory evidence can he furnished of the reliability auu loyalty of the bidder. Proposals will be opened from time to time and contract:, awarded as ihe interests of tbe tervioe niav require. Good security will be required ferthe faithTnl fulfillment of any contract made under this adver tisement. Proposals should he addressed to the under S'k-nod. and indo sea " Proposals for furnishing DryGoVds Ac. ELIas M. GREENE, Lieutenant Colontl. Chief (Jnarterinaster, Jv 2 lui Department of Washington. jpHOPOSALS FOR WOOD AND COAL. Post OrriCK Dkpartmfnt. I Washington, June 24,1853,\ 8kai.br proposals wil- be received by the under signed unti- 12 o'clock M,. on Wednesday, the flth day of July, for furaishing for tbe use of this Department? . 4d0 tons < 2.24H lbs. to the ton) of the best Whits Ash tSoal, furnace size 6' tons Red Ash same size, and i5i) cords best seasoned Oak Wood . . Parties will be at liberty to bid for the Wcod and Coal together, or for either one separately, and their bids wil! be considered accordingly. Satisfactory arrangements must be maae to se cure to the Government full weight and measure. The Wood is to n* corded ana measured upon the premises, and cme half is to be sawed into three pieces nnd the other half into two, and all to be piled away in the cellar. The Coal is to bestowed away in the vaults, which are very accessible. No bids will be entertained unless satisfactory evidtneecan be furnished ot the reliability and loyalty of the parties. Samples of Coal, such as is desir?l,ean be seen by calling upon the Superintendent, Payments will be preijiptlj made after the de livery of the fuel. ,, ? * Proposals should he addressed to the under sigDea. and endorged " Proposals for Wood and Coal '? JA8. 8. HALLOWELL. je;4-d Disbur-ing Clerk. Post Office Department. K/"The time for receiving the above propa'als will be ext? nded to the -.nth of July. jy 7-d 1>R0P08Ali8 FOR MEDICINES-Sealed pro po*a s will b* received by the undersigned until thr< e o'clock P. M. on Saturday, tbeisun instant, for supplying the Washington Asylum with all the M> di' iues that may be required for the year ending Jtirx- sntb. lfHM. Tiie Medicines m\i?t be oftbe bec.t quality furnished as may be required, aiid if not approved by tbe Physician to the Asyium to be rejected. Bidders can obtain at the Asylum a list of the articles usually required.w n KBWMAN ? JOHN' MDEV1TT. jy 11 dtd Commissioners Washington Asylum. PMayok'8 Office. July 7. l?;i. FOPOSALS Will be received at thi? office unti 12 o'clock m. on ?ATUKDAY, the ISth itstant, for jtr&''ing and graveling south C street, from "}i to 6th street west. The gravel to be of a quility to he approved by tbe Commissioner and Assistant. Tr:o grav?l to be nine inches in the center, tai?.-in? to Lur inches at the gutter line; to be well rak.-.l of stones of an improper size, and to be wtll roiled with % heavy roller. . Bidders will state the pnee per cubic yard for grading and square yard for graveling. No part of the appropriation wn! be pv<l th contractor except upon tbe certificate of toe Com missioner and Assistant Commissioners that tt e work has been Vi"!? <* H. B1RCII v Commissi >ner ot Seventh Ward. WILLIAM WISE. WILLIAM J AIKEN, *y9-t Assistant Commissioners. PROPOSALS FOR HAT, STRAW, AND GRAIN'* Assistant qpartkrmabtkr's OrriCR, J j Fcrurt Divur.nnnl, I or. (x and 2id street.', > Wahh!SGTon. D. C., April 16. id? \ Weittkn proposals are invited for turnisbinat BAY, STRAW, OATS, and CORN, for the us-of thin Depot, t? be delivered at the Railroad Depot, oratany of the Government wharves in this city. Tbe proposals to be acdreesed to tbe under signed, and they should state the quantity of each article o8ered,also the prize and the date Proposals wiM be received for five thousand '5,Ki0) bushels of Corn or Oats, and fifty <50) tops of Hay or Btraw, aud upwards.unless it should be for the interes} of the Government to contract for a less ainwunt. . . . . . All grain to be put up m good sacks, of about two ? J'bushels each, which are to be furnished at the cost of the c<?tracter. , . , . The Hay and Straw to be securely baled All Grain and Hay offered to be subject to a rigid Inspection by tbe Govermesat.Inspector. Contract* will bo awarded froiu tune to tlice to the iow*??t retponMble biddere,afi the inter^PtHOi ".he fwrviee may reqriTe. (yood secarity will required for the faithful fulfillment of any oontract made under this advertisement. Psymentto be made *tthe eompletion of the eontrhct c. Li. oBUWfl, ap 17-Sin Captain and A. Q. U. 8. A.^ I EUROPEAN HOTEL. Corner Prnns'jlvaitia at", and Eleventh W AfcH I NOT ON ClTY.D.C. Strangers, Sojourners, and Residents^ will finu every convenience and facility fVir comfort at this Hotel. It is aduiirjUjI^jo^ ducted upon th** celebrated El RdPEAN PLAN. the guests and patrons paying for only what they choose to purchase. It in located in the very business centre of the city, approachoble by Street Passenger Cars, with place* of Public Amusement, of Business, the De triments and Capitol, and every place of interest in the city of Washington or Georgetown. The BAR is cu pplied with Choice Liquors and Bevt rages, and ? itti Wines and Ales of tbe best brands and vintages. To sum up?this Hotel presents inducements of a rare kind to all who may be pleased to extend to it their favor and patronage. P. EM RICH. European Hotel, _jy Mm Corner Pa. nv. a id nth st, McCORKKLL aTCO'rf A r.ONDONPERRY. NEW YOKE. PHIL ADF.LPHIA AXD BALTIMORE PACKET SHIPS, Sailing regularly from Londonderry, offer un usual inducements for parties in this country de siringto secure passage for their friends from the North of Ireland. The splendid Al British ship 4 MINXEHAHA," 2,0W tons. Capt. mcgkath.wiii tail from London derry for New York, between the 15th and .t'th of July. Early application for tickets is necessary, as tbe emigration to this country from Ireland i?n?w very large. Passengers by this line. land.ugeither in N?w York or Philadelphia will t?e braught through to Baltimore, if sesired, promptly on ar rival, at a very small additional charge. N. B,?The fine Al British ship "81R\DACO NA^'of the same line, will sail from Londonderry for Philadelphia, about the same time. Passages may be secured aud money orders far remittances obtained from KNOX it CO., 1 J > 8nntb'? wharf, je9-3w Baltimore. Md. rpHIS 18 TO GIVE NOTICE, That th?? sub eri 1 ber baM obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington county, in tbe District of Columbia letters of a<1mini?*tracion on the p^rsenHl estate of Thomas Hughes, la1* of Washington oity, D C., deceased. A11 persons having claims t.g<uat>t tue ?aid deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the Same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the ICth day of June next: they may otherwise by law be excluded from ail benefit of tbe said estate. Given under my hind this loth day of June. A. D. 19K3. JNO H bIMMIS, Jel7-law3w" Administrator JOURNAL OFi A RESIDENCE ON A GEORGIAN Plantation in 1838, 18.ja By Frances Anne Kemble; $1 25. . . ^ , Memoir of the Life and Character of the late Tfeco. Frelinghuyren. By Talbot W. Qbambers; gl.25l [jy 71 FRANCE TA VLOR. 18 TO NOTIFY BUTLERS OF TBI M army that I am prepared to furnish at all times and a short notices all kinds of W AG0N8,4c,, ap aeraininn to so tiers. CHARLES SLACK, Corner of John and Cathedral its^ Bar M6<a' Bai Amors, Md. AMUSEMENTS. WASHINGTON THEATER-THIS (Wednes vv day) EVENING, Grand Gal* Inauguration Night of Jan# Ecglish'a entire famous company anu the select Midsummer Entertainments. Wednesday evening, July If. the great Parisian Troupe 8'. Denis, composed of the finest and most talested artists in the world, aud the only e.tist irg rivals cf the Gabriel and Frarrois Ravel 'i rocpe, who are in this country but a few mouth*, and iluririt! that Time have only appeared at Laura Ketrc's Theater, New York, and who, this tsve riest, make their Jthut before a Washington au dience. First appearand' ef the yoang, graceful and beautiful Rosita, Queen ol the Corde v'olante, who will appear in her Fearful Feats in Mid Air. presenting a most startling exhibition of courage and address not only dancing with the same ease a en the floor, but performing many feats of mus cular power, Vaulting and Somersaulting. The remarkable ncweis of this fascinating ?irl are marked by a degree of style. grace and action such af no one else ba? ever maintained, which has earned for her the name of "Renie de la Cer.le ." Tight Rope Performances. Augusteand Caran, in tbur Pantomimic Act?, pronounced by the press and the public to be unrivaled by any one, having drawn crowded and fashionable houses oFery niglit. The performanee will commence with the new naxtomiire called "La Skillet,?' introducing the coTrpany. During the evening, Sinsins-, Oanc;ne-, TabfeiUx. The entertainment cou^iuiiag with the pantomime caiied '"La Fee Adeline Princi pal characters by Auguste, Caran, Mon'evari, Dnnetti, Hortense, Louise, Josephine. Admission? Balcony Boxeaand Orchestra Chairs, 75 cents; Paruuette and Dress Clrel?, &> cents. Parterre, 25 cents: Private Boves, $5. No extra charge for secured seats. CANTERBURY HALL, ? LOUISIANA AV.. rbai Sixth Sraear. W m E Sinn Sole Monager and Proprietor TIIE PtONEER ft?nSIC HALL! THE STANDARD PLACE OF AMUSEMENT. The only place in the city where FIRST tsLASS DRAMATIC REPRESENTATIONS can be wi Dessed DURING THE SUMMER SEASON, and which are presented nightly, in addition to the unrivalled Operatic, Pantomimic and 'ferphi i liorean O io Perfori.iance bv the STAR TROUPE OF THE WORLD. TO-NIGHT. MISS EVA BRENT. The Chaining Cantatrice The jrreat >irama in one act entitled T?JK KOMUNES OF WAR: OR. Til E BOV OK THE IRISH BRIGADE. M?ns.J.B.L Szollcy ..Mons. Caul'it jwer Ibe Laughable Wegro Faroe, Entitled FURNISHED UwOMS TO LET. I A UfiH/yG tfAS A beautiful ballet. arranged by Mon?. Szollosy LA NSAPOLITAINE ! in which the great Court of Beauty will appear. JoKry Hack. Deanv Gallagher, R H. Collins, And the Great Ethiopian Corns. G. R. Edeson. J. 8. Edwryds, And the Splendid Dramatic Ooupsny. SEE BILLS EVERY DAi. Admission twenty fiv and fifty cents. Giand Family Matinee every Sa'urday Afternoon at Reduced Prices. !y !'i t't HH.III.V l,MI'?KTA\T MEWS TO TIIE 1 ladies: s.'?0,00? WORTH OF K A X K K V I' T S T () C K TO BE SOLD AT HALF-PRICE! Just received 1he entire strck of I) K Y <} O O I) S of W. T. Richardson,of the city of New York, at I.AN8BURGH & BRO.'S BALTIHORE BARGAIN STORE, 37o SEVENTH STREKT, ? 3 doors above I. The stock is complete, and must positively be elo-ed ont in a few days. We *neution in part? blescfeed and Brown Musliusat 12, 15, 1H, 20 and 25 cents. Lijihtand Dark Calicoes of best makes at 16 and cmts BleacQed and Brown Sheetings at much reduced prices Lir.en Table C'oths, Towels, Napkins, etc., very cheap, Large Be>J Spreads from Jlto $2. Dress ?cods of every description will be c.osed otii at any price. Plain Bur-ego An_;iais only (>,'4 cents per yard, Mourning Dre?s <?oods, a complete stock, Good Lin^n Crash for Toweling. 12!?c pe-yard. W bite Goo*1*, such as plain and checkered Jaco nets. plain and dotted Swiss, much below the price. 9W Silk and Cingh&m Sua Umbrellas, from 75 cents to ?2 Siik Mantilla- and Lace Shawls at a sacrifice. Hosiery and Gloves of every description, French Mechanical Corsets, jery cteap, HOOP SKIRTS-HOOP SKIRTS! In the great#st variety, which we guarantee of the best make Amongst them can be found extra large sizes, which are very scarce. Best 200 yards Spool Cotton, fi cents, With a treat many other goods too numerous to mention, at LAN8BDRGH fc BRO.'S A A LTIMOHK BARGAIN STORE, 3?5 SEVENTH STREET, Thkbe Doors Aiiovk I Strkkt. P. S.?Store open every evening until 9 o'clock, jv 7 2W XiTlUNAL LOA.1 . The Secretary of the Treasnrjr having extended to the FIRST DAY OF AUGU8T NEXT the privilege of conversion, we shall continue until that date to furnish TBI NEW SIX PER CENT. BOND* of the UNITED STATES, PAYABLE TWENTY YEAR8 EROM DAT1. Or after five years, at the option of the government These Bonds are the CHEAPEST GOVERNMENT SECURITY new in the market, BEING SOLD AT PAR and yielding SIX PER CENT. INTERKST IN GOLD. * Equivalent at present price of coin to Riur ptr Ont. in CuTuniy. They offtr a , SECURE AND PROFITABLE MODE OF IN VESTMENT, Forfltge or small sumjs, THE UPON BONDS *ar? issued in .fall's, .? 0>'s .fWO's, and 5'1,'HXI's. and the REGISTERED BONDS IN S?t's, loo's, SfiOO's, 91 and S5,iK?rs. Ptrods desiring further information concerning the loan can procure, upoB application at our counter, or by mail, circulars answering all questions that may arise. JAY COOKH A. CO., Baukers. jy 4 5'i 16th street. CRYSTAL SPRING. COACHES FOR Ciivi CTAL SPRING AND THE RACE COURbE. The undersigned will run a coach for the above places, making two trips a day (except Sunday, n hen there will be three,I leaving National Hotel, 7th street anil Penn. avenue, at 12 and 4 o'clock, and on Sunday at in 1 end 1 o'clock, stopping at the Metropolitan, Turner A C -,'s No. 281 Penn. avenue, Kirk wood and Willards' Hotels. Ret?irn ing from Spring at 2 and 7 o clock, Sundays 12, 3 and 7 o'clock. Fare?Round trip, 7A cents: each way, 50 cents: sbildren half price. For further in formation call'at iiSt Pa avenue. Je2i lui* B. FERGUSON. Pro'r of Stages. I^OR SALE- The content* oTthe livery and hiring stables known ae Smith's St:ibles, sit-ffy uated on l'.lth street, near Pa. avenue, con- *j sifting of CarriaBe. Boguy and Saddls-^-Q Horses. Close Panel and Open Carriages, Top Buf gtes. Baggage Wagons, together with a good as sortment of Double and Single Harness, baddies. Bridles aud other things necessary to completes 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 of at private sale earlier, they will be exposed at public auction on the 1st day of August next at 1" a.m. To a good tenant, the stables will ba let on reasonab e terms. The stand is of forty years' du ration, the best in Washington. je2"-tAugl* HANLY & BROWN. 1/OR CArE M\Y.?The safe ?nd aoiumedius r steamer MANHATTAN wiD commence her route, from Phila deiphia to Cape May, on bATUR ? DAY 27tE inst., and continue running on alternate days during the bathing season. The Manhattan is the largest and most convenient boat on the irute to Cape May, havin* ab*ut fifty state rooms, ard every accommodation that passengers can desire Passengers leaving Baltimore in the 8.30 a m trftia c*n eonoget witk the boat at New Csstlt. 27 ~2" Full Particulars of the New York Riots. From the New York papers of yesterday morning we take the following details of the New York riots. The Times editorially de nounces the mob with fearless severity, bur the llcrald seems to have lj?t every sense of manliness in the crisis and does not venture a word editorially, and iu its local reports en deavors to say nothing that would be deemed objectionable by the mob. It delicately call the riot "a disturbance,''' and the rijters are mildly designated as "the Inhabitants," tiie "excited people,'" &.C., &c., but never as the mob. The o'hur papers either openly de nounce the mob or deprecate its action. The Timr* gives the following concerning the first outbreak: t ?The initiation ol'the draft on Saturdav in the ninth congressional district was characterized by 80 much order and good feeiina: as to well nigh dispel tiie forebodings of luiuult and vi olence which many entertained in connection with the enforcement ol the conscription in this city. Very few, the.i, were prepared ior the riotons demonstrations which yesterday, trom ten in the morninit until la'eat ni^ht, prevailed almost unchecked in our streets. The authori ties had counted upon more or less resistance to this measure of the Government aftcr the drait was completed and th*- conscripts were required to take their place in the ranks, and at that time they would have been fully pre pared to meet it: but no onw anticipated resis tance ai so early a stage in the execution ol the law, and, consequently, both the eity and\11a tiona! authorities were totally unprepared to meet it. The abettors ol the riot knew this, and in it tht j-av. tl ei! opportunity. We say abet tors of tt f riot, lor it is abundantly niauilesi that the whole affair was concocted on Sunday last by a few wire-pullers, who. after they saw the ball iairij1 in motion yesterday morning, prudently kept iu the back ground. Proof of this i- found in the ta<-t that as early as o'clock, some laborers employed by two or three railroad companies, and in the iron foun dries on .he eastern tide of the city, formed in procession in ihe Twenty-second ward, and visited tke different workshops in the upper wards, where large numbers were employed, and compelled thetn. by threats iu some in stances, to cease their work. As the crowd augmented, their shcuts and disorderly de.n onstratiois became mere formidable. Tee number ci men who thus started out in their career of \ lolence and blood, did not probably at first ex.eed three-score. Scarcely had two dozen naiies been called, when a crowd, num bering perhaps 5W>, suddenly made an irrup tion in front of the building, (corner of Third avenue and Forty-sixth street,) attacking it j with clubs, stones, brickbats and other mis -iles. Tke upper part ot the building was oc cupied by female-, who were terrified beyond ineasnre" at the smashing of the windows, doors ami furniture. Following the-e mis -iles, the mob ru.-hed furiously into the office ou the fii^t iioor, where the draft was going on. ?ei/.iBg the books, papers, records, ii-i-, ?Vc.. all ol which they destroyed, except 'ho^o j contained ju a large iron sale. The drafting ! officers wv.e >-et upon with stones and clubs, 1 and, with the reporters lor the Press and | others. h:td to make a lia-ty exit through the ; rear. Thty did not escajie scatheles", how- i e\er. as one of the enrolling officers was struck a savtige blow with a stone, which will probably result fatally, and several others were in jured.'" ORIGIN OK TIIK M OR. Our reporter heard the following con versa- | tion between an iutoxicand youth, wlio was i badly wounded in the head, and an elderly ex- 1 cited woman, probably Ins mother. Youth.?>An" bedad. if ir hadn't been for this ' lick, wliicb the son ol a ? gu\ me, I'd a be- j labored him 'a!or !his. Au' bedad I wml." Woman.?" Mnsshaiiuluslia, ye betters mind yer own biset niss." Youth. ?"No, if Kam. Garrigan [or <1 allisran I - Pep.J had a dun the business browner, it j v. ud b< all light.*' From this it may be infesred that Sam. (Jar- j r:jan, cr Galligan,mentioned in the con versa- ! Uon above, is the riugleader, of which there can lie little doubt, as the reporter frequently ! heard Garrigan's or Galligau's name cheer d i and called the "bully boy." Garrigan or Gal ligai v.e believe, is a well-known wire-puller ol the ward, and trom conversations between the men, we gleaned the following, which may lie taken for what it is worth : I. That Garr; ?_an or Galligau i> the ringleader. 2. Tiiat th> mob, numbering about live hundred men, as- 1 sembied this morning at Central Park, armed I and equipped, i. >:.? wi:u clubs and sticks, and j Ire m there proceeded to the Provost Marshal's j olfiee. where they commenced their work of depredation. CHAIUCTEK nfTHK MOB. In the i arlj' part of the day there were a number ol respectable workmen and persons j engaged in diflerent occupations in the city, v.ho were momentarily seduced from their labors and their workshops, and went with the crowds in the streets. Hut they at once saw ! the horrible character oi the mob and*the j atrocious work they had on hand; they heard ?, their threats and saw their shocking brutalities, j and were only too glad to get out from among I them. At last the mob or mobs were composed j ol only the vilest men in the city, and there was not a crims conceivable, trom tiring houses to hanging negroes, ot which they were ; not capable. Tne reign of ruftiauism was i short, but it at last became a reign ol the true article. THE KEMAI.ICS IN THE ATTACK. Prominent among those who made the lirst attack, and who also urged on their relatives and acquaintances in order to carry on the j work ot demolition, were quite a large number j ot w omen These latter were also armed, prin- j cipally with bricks and stones, which they used j with much precision in sending them through j the windows and aiming them at the heads of ; those who made any show of resistance to those | v. ho were engaged in carrying out the work of desti uction. THE I'KOliRESB OK THE CROWD is almost indescribable. It seemed ubiquitous: ' aid such were the tears which its existence in- I spiled that lew persons had courage enough to , denounce it. It seemed to have masses of sym- ' pathi/i r.-every where. Great gatherings at the i public buildings, squares, and in Iront of the newspaper oflices, spoke of its mission and j advancement in terms ol open acquiescence; and not a word ol condemnation was heard against those who had openly and with sue- ! i'cs.- temporarily bearded the "federal power, audapjilted the torch to the headquarters of its officers. All that the crowd of combatants did?their worK of ruin, demolition, fire and deatft?were l'crgot'en in theuralt, which they thusendeav- ! Ol ed to defeat. VISIT TO CESERAt. VIV'I.ELI.AS ' RESIDENCE. | In the iniust of the excitement a great con- j course proceed to the residence of. General j Meridian, iu fcast Thirty-first street to give him an ovation. The throng halted opposite j the house, where they gave loud and prolonged cheers ior "1-itile Mac;" but ascertaining that j he was in Ijew Jersey, they-lef t, proceeding down Fifth avenue shouting and hooraing. THE ATTACK ON THE TKIKt'NE. At ;?j. o'clock p. m. a large crowd still re- | nrained in front of the Tribune and Times j otiices. All was excitement and commotion. The assemblage was denser, and composed of a diflerent class ot people thau that congre gated there during the any Opinions pro and .were heely expressed. Occasionally lighis involving a dozen or so occurred, which tended i to keep unabated the excitement of the day. | Negroes could not he procured lor any price. ! Ti e lower floor of the Tribune was closed, j Ihe ediional rooms were unoccupied; and tlie I compositors did not seem over ambitious toget j up their "thousands." Hut little attention was 1 paid to tl e Times at this stage of the proceed- i in):?. At twenty minutes to 8 o'clock a tight i occured immediately under the bulletin of the , Tribune, which proved to be the beginning of ; the assault. The tight lasted live minutes, ! when at fifteen minutes to * o'clock a stone 1 was hurled at the lower windows ot the Tri bune office. "Are you ready ?" was asked iu a whisper by some persons in the crowd. "Yes, stone it," was the reply of some one apparently in command, and stones and bricks were let C5A large quantity of bricks and building j materials lying in Spruce street, for the work . in tome cellars there, had been collected and I dashed at the doors and windows on the first and second floors, completely smashing the fragile ware, which was not intended or ex pected to withstand snch a demonstration. A body of the rioters made a rush intethe count irg-hou?e, and in atrice whole armfnls of the Tribune came tossing out of the windows, on tte heads of the crowd, seeming to impart addiuou&l zest to die work of destruction. tiif ^iiiire DUiiaing hi mtiaes; dui minis crm cal momenta larsre force of policemen, some two hundred in number. who bad come from the upper part of the ci'y by Broadway, came up Nassau street, charged threueh the I'ark, and across to tiie corner of Spruce, using their clubs freely and v.ith most telling ??fleet on the crowd, who rapidly skeddadled in all direc tions. The flames, which had not made much headway, were speedily extinguished. The upper part ot the Trihmt building? remains eomparatively unharmed. Det ach - n,ems <m police guard the streets in the vicini ty, preventing the passers by from approaching to or loitering in the neighborhood. For some time alter the attack, the lower part ol the premises remained in darknes?: but at about 0 o'clock the place was again lighted up, and everything app?ar?*d to go en as usual, with the exception of the numerous police stationed in the vicinity to keep back the populace. The aua< k on this establishment, which seems to have been a part ot the programme for the day's proceedings, was stated to have b< en brought on prematurely., and as a conse quence was less'effecuve than was inteded. Curr< nt rumors lmited at similar demonstra t.ons as likely to he made at the New-York 1 F.rninu f'oxt, and Imlrp'tidriif; bn; no ac-ive manifestation has been m ule in these c, narters. Rt RNING OF THE COLORED ORPHAN ASYLl M. About 0 o'clock the crowd proceeded to the Colored Orphan Asylum lor thepurpose of de stroying it. a large number of women talking and* acting most excijedly. Chief Engineer Decker, Aesis-tnnt-Engineers Lamb and B ites, and Mr. P. Y. Everett, Secretary of the depart ment, went into the building and endeavored to persuade the rioters to spare the place. Eight se\.-ral tin t- the torch was applied, and at many times it was extinguished, but at length the rioters appeared in too great a fore*? and prevail* d. Chitl Decker undertook to remove a quantity of burning rubbish lroni one of the rooms, when a note*- drew a revolver aiul ex claiined, ?'ll >ou attempt to put out this fire 1 11 shoot yon.'' "Shoot and be d d," was the answer, and he proceeded with his work. Meantime, Mr. Everett and Mr. Bates went down to the first floor of the building, and found a pile of combustible material about seven feet ^igb all in a bia/.e. The firemen used every exertion to save the building, but the mob had doomed it, and resistance was useless. ATTX K ri'OX SPPEINTRNDENT KENNEDY. Soon after the rioting began Superintendent K? nnedy hurried to the scene in a carriage, and I as he alighted a portion ot the crowd recog- j nized him, greeting him at firstwiib uucoinpli- i mentary epithets ami afterwards with blows. J A score or more of ih- ruffians fell upon him, j and deal* heavy blows upon hi^head, face, and body, injuring hiin severely. They doubtless j would ha^ekilled himontriglit had not a strap- j ping fellow in 'i# crowd felt toaie compnnc- j ticn at the brutality of the rest and dashed in t to the rescue. By vigorous blows he kept a clear space j about Mr. K1 nnedy s prostrate body, nntil t wo , policemen gathered up their chief and removed ; mm to a place ol safety. In addition to his j painful ?uts and bruises. Mr. Kennedy was . also a sufferer in the loss of his watch, specta- j cles, and gold-headed cane. The ruffians in , this, as in many other instances, make plunder ; a . art ol their programme. The rioters soon betook thrrasel\es to other j places apparently with no coiiL'crti'd plan, but j bent yn fresh depredations. ItRN'lliG OK PROVOST MARSHAL SC^HST'S i HOI'S E. Ihe house of Colonel Nugent, the provost , mai shal of this city, v/as burned las' e\ening. The erowd had previously burned the dwell iugs ol several connected wi:h the draft, and had only r?v rained lrom proceeding to Colonel Nugenl's residence from its distance. Finally, however, tne assemblage went to Yorkviile and burned it. Colonel Nugent during the day was \ery active. FIVE MEN KILLED IN SECOND AVKKfK_ While thi rioters where gutting the bloc*1 between Twenty-sixth and Twenty-ninth str< eis, a portion ol thein proceeded io tile rifle inctory on Second avi nue to get arm-, impos sible. They attempt- d to force an entrance, bur the door.- were closely barred, and some of the woi Kmen fired shots Irom the windows, killing, it Is said, three of the crowd below. The buudmg v. as then tired, anil two workmen jumped from the second-story window.-, being mnci: injtired by the lall. RKRt' \! E OK THE FIRES. The first building liren was the provost mar shal's office vomer ol Forty-sixth street aud Third avenue. The two buildings adjoining were also burred. Two brown-stone resi denees between Forty-third aud Forty-fourth streets were burned. Ihe inrge frame hosel in Forty-fourth street, between Fourth and Filtn avenues, was destroyed. At 1 o'clock the armory, corner ol Twenty-first streei and Second avenue, was burned. At5 o'clock B. F. Mauierre's, provost marshal office, was burned in Broadway, and the firemen pre vented from extinguishing it. The whole block was therefore burned. About o'clock houses *i and ~.ii Buosevelt street, occnpiwd by colored people, were fired, and several of the unfortunates burst through the side-- of the house and dropped out iu the rear a distance of thirty-fi\e feet u> sa\e theiuselnes. In^pec lor Carpenter promptly appeared on the ground and dispersed the for.-e. No. H-J Koesevelt st. ?was alto fired. The Colored Orphan Asylum was burnt: also the residence ol Col Robert Nugent, provost marshal. There were some fifteen fires up to It) o'clock p. m. ACCIDENTS TO TWEJiTT ENGINE COMPANY. I pon learning ot the lire at Twenty-ninth street and Broadway this company went im mediately to the rescue. They were opposed by the mob, and, it is said, also by another com pany, consequently a light took place. In the melee .Tas. Twaddler, assistant foreman, Pat'k Kevlen and John Hawkins were injured. HARLEM RAILROAD DAMAGED? NO MAILS FROM Til K EAST. We hear '.hat the rails on the Harlem railroad have been torn up, and the track destroyed for some considerable distance, the iron rails being considered as available weapons at the present time. We hear that iu consequence ol' the in juries to the Harlem line no eastern mail may he expected uvmorrow, unless extra means of bringing it on are provided. DESTRUCTION OF GOVERNMENT PROPERTY? LOSS ESTIMATED AT #&AI,(KIO. In the eighth and ninth congressional enroll ment buildings there were some $<!(),(MK) worth ol United States equipments and unilorms. all ot which were destroyed by the burning of the buildings. A large quantity of other siores were also destroyed, the total loss being esti mated at At present it is quite impos sible te arrive at any accurate figures. APPEARANCE OK THI CITY LAST EVEJUN'O. About all the stoies and public places were closed last evening, and in the dull rain the cny presented a lone and cheerless appearance. At some places where drinking shops were open, numbers of the crowd rushed in and ln lped themselves. In the upper part of the city, fires were smouldering in almost every direction, and small crowds were gathered about each. They amused themselves by chasing strangers a few blocks at a time, taking it lor granted that they were abolitionists. It might have been fun for the crowd, but it was evidently grim fun for the strangers. THE l-OVAI. LEAGUE. As the mob passed the Eoval League rooms ou Broadway, a person was seen industrious ly pulling ill every sign and letter that Ije tokened the presence of that institution, be tokening that it had closed business for tne present. THE CUSTOM-HOI; SK AND POSTOFFICK. Two six-pound guns are placed in the post oflite, and the 2oi) clerks are each armed with a musket. In the assay office of the custom house there are I5(i marines, and every person connected with the establishment is armed with a musket. A CALl. TO TIIK ?KTEKAN VOLUNTEERS ! The following call has been issued by General Wool to the veteran volunteers returned from the war: The veterans who have recently retnm* I (rem ihe field ol baitle have again an oppor tunity ol serving not only their country but the jreat emporium of New York from the threat ?ned dangers of a ruthless mob. The commanding general of the Eastern De partment trust- that those who have exhibited so much bravery in the field of battle will not hesitate tu come forw ard at this time to tender I heir services to the Mayor to sray the ravages af the city by men who have lost all sense of ubiigatious to their country as well as to the city of New York. John E. Wool, Major General. P. S.?These men are requested to report te M-i-or General Sanford, comer Klm and White streets, oil Tuesday, July 14, at 10 a. ;u. the weekly star. T hi? excellent Family nntl NVws .Tonrual, containing a greater variety ol" interesting ipRding than can found in sej other, li published on Friday morning. Tl.Rlis?Cath. invariably in crfrww Sirgle copy, iht annum ?i?o Five copies .... 4 75 T'n copies $ 00 Twenty-five copies It ir.vHriably contains the "Washington Newt" that has made The Daily Evet^ng Star circulate so generally throughout the country ?S^Single copies /in wrapper?) can he pro cured at the counter, immediately a'ter the U?ne of the paper. Price?Thbkk Ckvtp. ? w ^IR.YS ,n the ward. th-it the JnrL''*?It <h,> announced ? ,V*t*?rlLof dpvavtatiou was i*roceeding ' l ' .^enth ward. The scene ol desiruc u 11, in th.s instance, vri- Oak street, when- a bt>Tber ~hop owned by a colored man. wa* fired, aud the furniture and coutent* destror I *'<? ? A liquor store on the opposite side wii* also lired, but in both cases the local tire com panu.-, who rapidly appeared on the *cene prevented the spread of the ?ou flag: at 10 u. l.ater. THE UlUTiRV COHMANIi TCRXET1 OVER TO Major GEKKKAL ban upoko. A; 11 o'clock 111 the evening, at er another consultation among the military and civil itu thornics. r was thought best that the com mand of the entire forces should 1* given to Major (h i eral landlord, thus putting the r? spous 1 hi 1 i'y of (jiiellutc the riot upon tlie Stat authorities (Ihi. ral Sandford s hadqnarter are at the Ihirty-tiftb street arsenal. T?E FORCES IN HANI*. X he forces now in hand are considered amid ? to check the progress ot auymob that raav now att- mpt to start In addition to the two iliou?a?d regular policemen, several hundred special w< re sworn in last evening, and this morning u<e number will be augmented 10 thousands 1 hey are classed into divisions, and mea-un-s nave been taken to concentrate thrra speedilv at any point where their services mrtv be mo-^t required. About tihii military, including tw~o c< m panics of regulars, are at "the Thirty-fifth street arsenal. Two companies 01 regulars fKiu T QTI Hamilton, under Lieutenants Wood andcompanies of the Invalid Corps of Newark. New Jersey, are quartered in me police building in Mnlberry stre ?: \ j b^Utr> of regular artillery and two companies oj cavalry regulars have arrived 111 tue ofv j also, and two regiments of regulars are ex P' ct< d this morning, and will probably arrive in the city beiore 10a. m. The 7th and 71st regi meat ai mories are filled with men, and th- e ii' ed now be no apprehensions as to the s it* v ol the city. * 3 FROM4HARLE&TO*. Another Attack oil tlir City by the I roil ^~ Large Land Force Inder General ?<'. i in oilr to 4 o-operate. P.iii-Anu.fHiA,' July i:i.?The Bulletin >uys \\ > learn lrom Washington en excellent an thority, that an attack on Charleston was to lia\e begun on Thuisday I*;. The tlee: 0r iror-clads und?r Admiral Dflllgreen wer-r^.i d. /v<.using at Port Royal and Edisloa* la?t sc _olints. These vessels have all been str -ngrh eii? d and put iu complete order since the fit-t attai k. and are now considered as impre nat.ie lor delense us they are formidable to: otl. u^ A number ot wooden ve--els have be#>u furl nished with W nit worth guns, and o'herwi?e fitted to take part 111 the attack. Gineral Gilmore has ct tumaud of a lar e land lorce which is to Co-operate wi'h the navy. The present plau is first to attack and take the batteries op Moms Inland. Ifthev were captured, it was expected that :h-:r hi" guns would be turned upuu Kort Suni'cr, and the iron-dads be thus aided in destroying the It i; generally believed that most of Feanre gard's trcops were sent to join Lee before the battle ot Get'yshurg, and it is thought there were but lew men under arms at t.'harles'op At last accounts the Federal lorces, bo h 011 If-nd and sea, were determ:ned that Charleston should lail tin# time, it hard fighting could a, - ccmpltih iL ? [From the Baltimore American of Monday | On the glorious Fourth of Julyth* heavy batteries we have recently erected 011 Folly Inland, cfrmmanding the rebel batteries a: tite mouili ot Lighthouse Inlet, inUMided to dispute the en 1 ranee to the ship chanuel, w^re opened upon with a destructive fire, making short w 01 k ol them. '1 he federal batteries had been erected under masks of foliage, and the aston ibhed tebels knew nothing 01 their existence ^ Our guns wereoJ the h.-.-tvioi a?rf nttmbeved thirty-fonr. I.arge numbers ot troops had been sent to Folly Island, and there was every indication of earnestness and activity in the military department. I Admiral Dahlgieen, on his arrival at Port. Loyal, and relie\ ing Admiral Iinpont, imme diately ordered the Monitors to prepare for ac tive sirviie. The work being done on them, and 111 ccuiempl.-.tioi:, unnecessary, so lar as efli. lency was concerned, was ordered m^aiit ly tease, and a shout o! )oy a.-.i clailiiee? v.. lit up tbrouchoiu the whole s^uad-on The tanc> improve men s could be put on alter 1 he ai is over. ISovv the vessels were w.intf ri tor the purpose for which they vvre ,on sii ii. ted. lmprov ? nieiits and modifica:ion< cculo t e made when th- vessels vvei e out o?' c inmissioii. and wlieie there w;i> an ahundl aiue ii men and meihamsm to perforin the v. ork. and not when valuable time wroaid be wasted ->in the lace ol the enemy.'' Glorious decision, and honor?*(i b<j th#4 innii who TTiAd# it' Inste.id ol estJibli-hing himself in the chair of loyally on board the Wabash, aim re eivine the homage ot the courtier-, Adnnrai Uahlgren raised hi* flag on the humble lmle trausoort Mary i)in>more, which had been armed and ? quipiied tor the purpose, and on the 4th ot .l i ly was preparing to move to pin his ir.in clau fleet 111 the harbor of North' Edisto. The oilicers and crew- ol the Monitors rusting lor sei v ice, and disgusted and sick from delay disappointment and inactivity, were in ecsial en * atilie prospect ol having a clMince to test ihe-e glorious little vessels on the walls of Nninter, and equally confident of suce*--?. 1 hey felt they weie>relieved lrom the tyran nical n stiaints imposed upon them to shield 1B1 ompetency, ana that the day lor provin,r their earnestness in the great work of 11 a ional letribution was approaching. Admiral Dahlgreen had ordered all the work menfiom the ^Monitors to jiroceeil at cnce the ci mpletion of the repairs on the cap tured iron-clad Atlanta intending to us* her al6o in the attack 011 the defenses of Charleston She was nearly completed wlieu the Arago sailer, and was being manned for the occasion by officers and crews from some of the heavy wooden ves.-els, whuh 01 course could not take part in the fight. Address oi General Lp,. the Rebt-I??An Acknowledgment of lie teat. The following general order of General R. E. Lee to the rebel army, issufed from Hagei s town, 011 Saturday, was found when General Kilpamck entered Frederick on Sunday morn ing : H EA1M;1 AKTKKS AliJI V OK XoUTHERS VlK ciiNiA, July 11.?fi'turrti/ Order* Ao. lt>. Alter the long and trying marches, endured with the fortitude that has ever characterized the sol diers of the army of Northern Virginia, vou hav e penetrated to the country efour enemies and recalled to the defenses of their own soil those who weie engaged in the invasion of oms. \ 011 have fought a fierce and sangHi nary battle, which if not attended with the success that has hitherto crow ned our efforts was marked by the same heroic spirit that has commanded the respect of your eupmuw, the oiamankind >OUr COU1,tr> ? and the admiration Once more yon are called upon to meet the enemy, lrom whom you have torn, on so many helds, a name that will never die. Once more the eyes of your countrymen are turned on vou, and again do wives and sisters, fathers and mothers, and helpless children lean for defence 011 your strong arms and brave hearts Let evt7? /o'dier remember that on his courage and fidelity depends all that makes life wor-h hav ing, the freedom of his country, the honor of his people and the security of his home. Let each heart grow strong in the remembrance of our glorious past, aLd the thought of the in estimable blessings lor which we contend ? and invoking the assistance of that Power which has so signally blessed our lormer efforts, let u go forth in conlidence to secure the i>eace and safety of our country. Soldiers, yqur oK enemy is before yt>u. ^ in from honor worthy 01 your righteous cause, worthy of your com rades. dead on so many illustrious lields. R. E. Lee, General Commanding. From Europe. New York, July 14.?The Persia, from Liverpool 011 the 4th instant, has arrived. It is asserted that Russia will Accept the proposition of the three Powers relative 'o Poland. Mr. Lindsay writes to the Times thaifce will in the House of Commons confirm Mr. Roe buck's statement of an interview with Nai*> Iton, notwithstanding official denials. BRUC* &. CO., CL0THIBR8, 4t>4 Seventh street. JBKUi . jy m HO! HO' FORSMITH'8, 400 Seventh street, t he-cheapest Clothing House in the city jy 14 BARGAINS, in Men's and Boys' Clothing,at J 11BUCE & CO.'8, 464 Seventh street. j> 14 CLOTHING FOR ALL, at J BRUCE k CO * it 1 Sevenui street, just below Bin ith'i, jj 1