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V2t. XXII. WASHINGTON. D. C., WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 16. 1863. N2. 3,292.
THE EVENING STAB IS rUBLlBHEO EVERY APT BUNOO It (BUNDAT MXOtPTSD,) 4T THE STAR BUlLDtROS) nam Pxjrx'A ATX WHS AJTD llTH STK*?*? BT w. P. WALLAOH3 papers served wimout wrappers t?y carrier* 1 ont per copy, or 28 cento per month. Ia aacMt* by carriers at 84 a year, or 37 canto &w month. To mail subscribers the price la i a year, in advance; SS^O tor six ?1JS for three months: and tor lees tbanthree Lou lbs at the rate of Is cento a Single oopiee, with or without wrappers, two obntb. ?T ADTSKTiflBMavTS should be sent to the ofice before 11 o'clock otherwise they may not appear until the next any. PROPOSALS. pBOPObALS FOB BTATloNBBY. Orrici op the SiaXAL OrricRi, I Wa.iuisgtob, September 7, lSbS J g?ALtD Proposals will b? received at this office an til 1'HDKfeDAY, September 21.1863, at 11 o'clock v., lor furnishing tbe following article* of 8TAT10NBBY for the Signal Department. United (States Army, Til: 13 (twvlve! reams white quarto post, extra fine (aint lined, ion four sides) 6 (six t reams white foolscap, extra Brie, faint lined 6 (six) reams white commercial note, extra Sao (aint lined, (on four sidei) 2(twe> reams white lean' cap I0,(HX) ten tkonsnnd) white thick adhesive enTel cpes,g)4 by 3)4 lfl,MO (ten thousand) white thick adhesive envel opes,.^ by 3 l(),(*o (ten thousand) lemon tntck adhesive enTel opes, 9 by 4 ?,0f0 (five tbonsand) lemon thick adhesive enTel opes, 8% by 3)4 #.000 (fiye thousand) lemon thick adhesire enrel opea, 5)4 by 3 1 dozes pocket kniTea, assorted styles 6 dosen Faber's drawing pencil*, Nos. I, 2, and 3 1 doxen labor's colored pencils 10 spools pink office tspe _ IS black books (specimens to b* seen at this office) 6 gro'B rubber bands and rings, assorted sizes ? office rulers 3 pounds erasing rubber i0 gross best metallic pens, in boxes 10 doxen black awan quill peas 1 doxen glass inkstands, assorted styles 4 dosen Arnold's writing LI aid, (quarts,) tc bt war ranted ftnuiue . 6 doxen Guyot'a carmine ink, to be warranted genuine 2 dcien mucilage, large bottles X reams extra Eeavy envelope paper, (lemon and buff.) . , Tbe articles to be deliTered as required, both as to time and quantity. Specimens moat accompany the proposals. Proposals must be addressed to the "Signal Officer of the Army," Washington, D. C., and indorsed ?'Prrpotals 'or Stationery." Tte right is reserved to rejeotall proposals if the trices are deemed too high, or if, for any esuie, it ft deemed not for the public interest to accept them sea 8t p B0 P 0 8 AL 8 * OB LUMBJB Chixp Assict't Qtjartkrhabtxr's Oppiob, ) Depot cj Washington, 215 O, corner VUk St., > Washihotob, D. C., Sept. 10. 1363. \ Bbalbd Proposals will be receiyed at this office until FKI DAY, Wept. 18. 1863. at 12 o'clock m.. for dslWering in the city of Washington, D O . at such point as the Dtpot Quartermaster may direct, one million i i.ooo.uhi) feet of Lumber of the following kind and description, via: five hundred and fifty thousand (550,000) feet 4-4 or one (1) inch White Pine Common Cullings. One hundred thousand (ino.ow) feet 6-1 or one anl a half (1)4) inch White Pine Common Callings, Twenty thousand (V.iiOQ) feet 8-4 or two (2) inch White Pine Common Cullings, 8ixty thousand (Wmmi) feet Joist, 3 by 9 or ten (10) inches wide, 14 feet long, Htmlock. Bixty thousand (60,000; feet Joist. 3 by 9 or ten (10) inches wide 16 feet long. Hen^ocK, Bixty thousand (00,000) feet Joist,3 by 6 or seven (7) inches wide, 16 feet long. Hemlock. Ten thousand (lO.coo) feet Joist, 3 by 6. 12 feet long. Hemlock, Ten thousand (10,000) feet Joist, 3 by 5,14 feet long, Hemlock. Ten thousand (10,000) feet Joist, 3 by 5,16 feet long, Hemlock. Forty thousand (40,000) feet Scantling, 3 by 4,14 feet long. Hemlock, Forty thousand f 40.000) feet Scantling,3 by 4,16 feet long. Hemlock, Forty theuf and <40.000)feet Scantling.S by 4,18 feet long. Hemlock. All the above described to be good, merchantable Lumber, subject to the inspection of an agent ap pointed on the part of the (Government. All the lumber to be delivered on or before the 9th day of October, 1363. PROPOSALS. The full name and Post Office address of the bid der must appear in the proposal. If a bid is made in the name of a firm the names of all the parties must appear, or the bid will be considered as the inciviaual proposal of the party Hi going it. Proposals from disloyal parties will not be con sidered, and an oath of allegiance must accompany each proposition Proposals mutt be addressed to Capt. Bdward L. Harts, Ass stant Quartermaster, United Stat"* Army, Washington, D. C .and should be plainly marked " Proposals for Lumber." GUARANTEE The responsibility of the guarantors most be shewn by the official certificate of the Clerk of the nearest District Court or of the United States Dist ict Attorney. The ability of the bidder to fill the contract, shonld it be awarded to him, must be guarantied b> twoiesponsible persons, whose signatures are to be appended to the guarantee, and said guarantee must accomptny the bid. Bidders must be present in person when the bids are opened, or their proposals will not be conoid ered. Bonds in the sum of five thousand dollars, signed by the contractor and both of his guarantors, will be required of the successful bidder or bidders upon signing the contract. FORM OF GUARANTEE. We , of the oounty of , and State of and ofthe county of .and State of , do aereby guaranty that is able to fulfil the contract in accordance with the terms of his proposition, and that, should his proposition be accepted, he will at once enter into a contract in acoordanoe therewith. gnould the contract be awarded him, we arc pre pared to become his securities. (To this guarantee must be appended the official certificate above mentioned.) The right to reject any or all bids that may be deemed too high is reserved by the Depot Quarter master, as well as the right to select from each bid such lumber at the price therein oamed, as is re quired by the Government; and in ease of the failure of a bidder, whose proposal is accepted, to furnish wit tin the time prescribed, ia quality and quantity, the Lumber stipulated to be delivered, then the Aasistant Quarter master to have the right to supply such deficiency by purchase, and sueh bidder to be charged with the difference of cost. Informal proposals will be rejected. XDWARD L. HABTZ. wlllt Captain A. Q. M.. U. 8. Army. PROPOSALS FOB BOOFIN0 F1LT. Cavalry Bcrbao, ) Orrica or Obih Quar*brjia8t?b, } Wabbisqtom, D. C., September 9, 18S3.\ Proposals are solicited at this office for the fur nishing of BOOFING FBLT in considerable quan tities, a* it may he required from time to time, in the construction of cavalry stables and barracks. The Felt to be delivered at the wharf of the Cavalry Depot at Gisboro Point, near this city. Bidden are requested to send with their bids ?amplea ot the quality of Felt they propose to fur nish. The Felt will be aubjeet to inspection oa de livery. O. G. 8AWTBLLB, Lieut. Ool. and Chief Quartermaster, ee latf Cavalry Bureau. / \FF1CB EXTENSION U. 8. CAPITOL AND U NEW DOM1, WASBIB6T0B, Sept. 5, IMS. 8balid Proposals will be received at this offloe until Monday,the Stat inn., at 12 o'clock m.,for two kundred tone best quality CUMBEBLAND COAL and twenty-five tons beet quality ANTHBA> CITS COAL, to be telivered on the grounds of the U. 8. Capitol Extension prior to November 1st, "ft e bids will be opened oa Monday, the 2fcrt lust., at 13m. The right is reserved to reject any or all of the se should it be deemed to the interest of the Government to do so. They must be endorsed "Proposals for Fuel forU. 1. Ca and New Dome." and addreesed to OLBMBNT L WB8T, se 8 2w General Superintendent, Ac. pBOPOBALB FOB HOB8B8. OaVALBT BtJURAU, 1 Qfite of the CkitJ Quarter matt m. S Wabbibotob, D. O., August 15, 1863, \ - Proposals are solicited and will be received at this offlee for furnishing Cavalry Horses, to be de Mvered at Pittsburg. Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, Washington City, Syracuse, N. Y.,or Indianapolis, Indiana. Proposals will be considered for the famishing of Horses ia lots of not less than twenty-five, (25.) The Horses to be from fifteen (15) to sixteen (16) hands high, from five (S) to nine (9) years old. well bioken to the saddle, compactly built, in good flesh, and free from all defeats. The ability ot the bidder to fulfil his agreement must be guarantied by two responsible persons, whose aignaturea must be appended to the guar antee. The responsibility of the guarantors must be shoe n by the o Ac lid certificate of the Clerk of the nearest District Oourt, or of the United States District Attorney. Proposals must he addressed to Lieutenant Colonel C G. Saw telle. Chief Quartermaster Car> airy Bureau, and be indorsed on the envelope "Proposals (or Horses." ^ e BAWTBLLB, Lieut. Ool. and Chief Quartermaster, an 18 tf Cavalry Bureau. JgTATION HOC SB FOR^MBTfiOPOLITAJi PO^ Mayor'h Oppicb, Sept. u, M63. 8b a lid PaoPOflALB, endore-d ?? Building Com mittee on Station Houses." will be reeeive?at this office until WBDNB8DAT, Md. at 12 o'clock M.. for the erection of One Station House, to be located on southeast coraer of south D and west Sixth atreeta, (Ieland,) aeeording to the plana and specifications which mai be seen at this offloe. when the bids will be publicly opened and read, and the eon tract will be awarded as soon as practicable An ^ath* of allegiance by the bidder or bidders must aeeompany each proposition, and ample se curity will be required for the faithful performance ?fTbe Bun^ng Committee reserve elineany or all the proposals., if deemed for the President of theBoardof AMersa ~ ABBCBY LLOYD, ,, seu-td President Board of Common QowhU, EDUCATIONAL. M E ISS BROOKE'S ENGLISH AND FRENOH Boaroisff ana Day Bchno ,No. 130 Penn.av , Bevea Building*. The Dinth year and ?erentftenth Semi-annual aeaiion of this ^?om nroeton Monday, September Wth, 1H53 Ciroalara can be obtained at tie bookatoreB and of the Prio ri pal H-3a* THit UNDERPINNED DESIRES TO ORGAN iie a class of youths for infraction ia elemen tary and advanced Mathematics, with special reft reoce to Mathematical and Topographical Drawing; alao in aketching, in order to prepure them for ecgintere, draughtsmen. ftc Instruc tion will also be given in toe German, French and Fpanifcb languages. Special care will be given to prepare joong *>entlemen for admission in West Point and tte Naval Academy in Newport, for terms and further information applv to DR AUTHOR BCHOTT, Box 888. Georgetown, D. 0. References? Prof Joseph Henry. L L D , Bec'y of the Smithsonian Institute: Prof. S H. Baird of tbe Smithsonian Institute; Capt. Natb. Miehler, Topog Eng , U. 8 A. Be 10 8t* ~Rb. BARRY, OP NEW YORK. CITY, DE sires to inform her friends and the public tiat she will open, on the 7th of September, an Fngliah and French School for Yon ng Ladles and Children, at No 353 I street, between lath and 14th streets Circulars can be obtained at the principal bookstores, or at Mrs. Barry's residence, 4 52 east 3i street, Capitol Hill. ae 2 im* MKR80N institute. SELECT~ciASSlCAL AND MATHEMATICAL SCHOOL, *0K BOYS Mth street, between I and K. This School, formerly located in H street, be tween 12th ana 13th streets, will be re-opened on tbe first Monday in September in the new School Bouse recently erected on 14th street, between I and K. Terms per quarter 316 For information ad dress tbe Principal, or call at his residence, 34^ New York avenue between 9th and loth st* CHAB. B. YOUNG, A. M., an 22 1m* Principal. MUS10AL CARD.?PROP. J. 0. FILL has re sumed the duties of his profession. Prof. F. fives instruction on the Orsan, Melodeon, Piano o:te and Gnitar Communications left at the ft* a sic Establishment ol John F. Ellis, Esq.. 306 Penn avenue, will receive prompt attention. ee B-eo2W ST. MARY'S ACADEMY, near Bryantown. Md., will open its annual session on tbe first Mon day in September. Circulars may be; obtained, stating terms, by addressing Mrs DANIEL MAJOR, Bryantown, Charles county. Md. se 2 eolm* B0RR0ME0 COLLEGE. Baltimore Cocntt. Md. Opens its Seventh 8emi annual Session on the first Monday of September. This is a private iostita tioD. in which a strictly limited numher of young gentlemen are received on term* is reasonable as in any other institution. Appl cation must be made by letter or in person to ? REV. E Q. B. WALDRON, an 31-eo3w* Pikegville. Md Mrs. burr ~~ WILL RE OPEN HER SCHOOL On MONDAY, Sept 23th. 8y 391 H street. _ au 2j-3otOqtl* The union FEMALE ACADEMY, Corner of UfA street and New York avenue. The Fourteenth Annual Session commences Sep tember 7,1863 . Circulars at the Bookstores. an 17-tf ST. MATTHEW8 INSTITUTE FOR B0?8, 19th Stkket, between Q and H. The exercises of this institution will be resumed on TUESDAY, the 1st of September. Competent teachers employed. Discipline of the school firm bnt mild. Terms moderate. Apply to the undersigned, CHA8. J. WHITE, D. D.. an 10-tf 336 H street, near 15th. AUCTlOff SALES. By GREEN ft; WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. TKUSTJiE'S BALE 0* A HOUSE AND LOT on thi Island.?By virtue of a deed of trust from William Kieman, dated the 24th of April, 1853, and recorded in Liber J. A. 8., No. 186, folios 177, fie , of this connty. I Will sell at Public Auc tion, on ? Rill AT, the 16th of October aext. at 4 o'clock p. m., on the premises, part of Let No. 67in Square No ?6, in the city of Washington, begin ning for the said part at the northwest corner of 'said Lot at the intersection of south D and 4^ streets and running th*nce south 22 feet 6 incies, thence east parallel wita south D street 3(J feet 6 inches, thence southeasterly 61 feet H inches to a point distant 31 feet 6 inches from soutn D street, thence east parallel with said street 18 feet, thence north 31 feet 6 inches to south D street, and thenoe west with south O street 109 feet 6 inches to the be ginning, with the Frame Dwelling and other im provements thereon. Terms of sale : One-half cash ; the balance in six and twelve months with notes bearing interest, and secured by a deed of trust. If the terms of sale are not complied within three days, the Trustee reserves the right to re sell on one weeks' notiee, at the expense and risk of the defaulting purchaser. All oonveyancing and stamps at the expense of the purchaser. WM R. WOODWARD. Trust?e. eoHeodftds GREfiN ft; WILLIAMS. Aucts. Bv J. C. McGUIRE ft CO.. Auctioneers. PUBLIC 8ALE OF A VALUABLE LOT UNDER L t>iokkb of Court.?In the matter of the peti tion c'Ceeiiia Lawrence, guardian of Martha Louisa and Ida Virginia Lawrence, minor heirs of James Lawrenco, deceased, and of John A. Simms, guar uian of George W. Lawrence, minor heir of Isaiaa Lawrence deceased. Pursuant to a desree of the Orphans' Court of Washington ojunty, ia the Dis trict of Columbia, duly ratified and confirmed by the Honorable Supreme Court of said District, in the matter of the above-named petition, the under signed will offer for sale, at Pnblic Auction, on the premises, on WEDNESDAY, the 7th day of October next, at 5 o'clock p. m , all the right, title, inter eat, claim, and demand of the said minor heirs in the sa'.d petition mentioned, of, in, ana to that valuab'e and eligibly situated Lot on Thirteenth street west, near the corner of Massachusetts avenue, and known and distinguished as Lot A, in Square nnmber two hundred and eighty-thiee (333) in the ptfblic elan of the city of Washington, together with all the improvements thereon. ' Term a cash. - All conveyancing at ax^cnse^of^nirchy^r.^ JOHN A. BIMMsfN01, Guardians, ftc, T. M. Bloc**, 8ol*r. for Petitioners. aell-Sawftds J. 0. MoGUIRE ft CO., Ancts. Assistant quartermaster's office,! Comer of G and Tteenty-utond struts. > Washington, D. C. August 16.1069. \ PUBLIO BALES OF CONDEMNED ANIMALS will take place at the Corral, near the Observatory in this city, on the first,third, and fifth WEDNES DAYS of September, 1863, the M, 16 h, and90th days of the month The property u condemned as unit for pnblia service. Bales to commence at ten o'clock a. m.. of each day, and be continued from day today an til the numher on hand shall be sold. Terms cash, ia Government fundi. O. H. TOMPKINS, au26-32t Oaptain, A. Q. M.. U.S A. PERSONAL. M DR DAVIS'S JflETHODOP TREATING ALL VENEREAL and Private Diseasee ia fast gaining favor All parsens suffering with Syphilis, Gonorrhoea and Seminal Weakness will do well to call upon him. Fenale Diseases of all hinds scientifically treated. Cha-gee moderate. Room No. 33, 450 Seventh street, opposite Post Office. se 15 lm* The lady who erroneously received a Gold Patent Lever Watch on Thursday eve ning, ia requested to return the aame to MRS. LANGE'S Jewelry Store, No 437 Seventh street, before next Tuesday, the ltth instant. Watch No. iXH The partlee are known. se 14 3t* NO IMPOSITION.?MADAME ROS8, Dotirus and Astroloritt, was born with a natural gift. She tells tie past and future?never known to rail. Causes speedy raaxriaaes ; brings together those long" separated; cures all diseases. Business strictly confidential. No. 333 G street north, corner or 12th street west, three squares from the Patent Offioe. The only person that eaa show a likeness of future huaband or abeent friend in re ality. Ladies 50 centa : Gentlemen $1. ae S 1 m* WANTED! - EV ERY LADY IN WASHINGTON to aee these Roses, and call at THE PINKING AND STAMPING DEPOT, No. 381 F street. Apposite the Patent Office. 6,000 elegant Pat tarns for Braiding and Em broidery now ready to stamp. ST'New Patterns received daily. Unstamped Gooes, Braid acd Silk for sale, se 2-lm -* IN ADDITION TO ODB USUAL LARGE All 1 ehcice assortment of Instruments which we sen to ni shingly cheap for or on monthly payments, wo have Just ro-??? *?? ?fi'cd a fine selection of Stein way aad Bono un rivalled PIANOS. Also, two superior Seven Octave Fiaaoe, at #271 one very stylish with excelleat tone, wSoh I0?**** 'iMM Jut la. ttW* o auw&wnni&f n ma * "? ?"saga.!?aii k^v.. effl/1'? ?OT? * fcjaflaa' C j .?? ? -s- ?? FOE SALE AND RENT. FOK BALK OR RSNT-Tbe beautiful FARM now occnpied by Mra. Add Ma<-daaiel, about one mile and a quarter north of the Oapitol. oa the road to Koek Cre?k Church, containing about thirty acres of land. The improvement* are. a find new House, containing rooms, with the neces sary stables, outbuildings, and a superior well of water It commands a fine view of the City of Washington, the Potomac, and the adjacent coun try. To a gentleman of fortune, tho location is most desirable; for beauty and healthiness, it ean notbe surpassed. To a person of industry and en terprise, it wovld be a Bourse of wealth as a mar ket garden, dairy farm, or both. For further information address MRS. ANN MACDANIDL, through the Post Office, by letter. ae 14 eo6t MIlL FOR RSNT?That large and commodious MILL formerly known as "Pierce's," now "Shoemaker's Mill,"situateden Rock Creek, about two miles and a half from Washington. FOR PIO RIGS. That desirable location may also be had for Pie Nics daring this month. It may be remembered by many the merry times enjoyed at the "Old Mill" some years since, when idle. COUNTRY LOTS FOR B VLB. LOTS on Broad Branch, and others near Crystal Springs, from S to 50 acres, to suit purchasers. Also. a neat BRICR DWELLING, with basement, situated on 8th street, between M and N, No. 269. GT For further information apply at" Clover dale " on Rock Cr#ek; or address through the Washington Post Office. _ PIERCE BOOKMAKER, te 14-at* Care of F M. Orme. A LOT FOR SALE?At the intersection of 14th street with the Canal, bonnded one hundred feet on 14th by oDe hundred feet on B or Canal st. This lot being at the head of navigation for vessels with stationary mast*, is considered on? of the best on tbe Onnal for a wholesale and retail busi ness in lumber, wood, and eoal. or feed store. Ap ply at CAPT. POWELL'S Grocery, corner of 14th and Ohio avenue. we 11 lw* FOR RSNT?Three neatly-furnished ROOMS at at tbe cottage house No. 346 B street north, between 1st and 2d streets east, Capitol Jill. A very desirable location; with 1&square of street cars. For terms inquire t.t the house, se 10-lw* AMAREKT FARM FOR SALE?Or Eztkantt in part for Improved City Proptrty?Under a geoi state of cultivation, containing between and <P acres, in acres in wood; a good Frame House, con tainicg 10 rotme; necessary outbuilding); a fine thrifty orchard or young, bearing peach trees.with other fruit trees; a never failing spring of escu lent water; pump in yaro; situated about6 miles from Wa?hiDgton city, in Prince George's eoiiDty, Md in a healthy location. A Dairy Farm oould be made out of the place, and mead jw oould be made and bay enongh raised for this purpose. The owner not lieirg able to attend to the plane, is his reason for selling. For fuither particulars address Box No 3*?0 Washington City Post Office. se l<-lw* (/?OR RENT.?A well famished HOUSE, within one Square < f Pennsylvania avenue. Also, several vacant LOTS on N street. A URAND PIANO for nale. Enquire at the Drug Btore, cor. of !2th nnd Pa. ave. sed-2w* I/OK SALE-A large three etory BRICK D WEL 1. LING and LOT. on fenn. avenue. No. S3, be tween 24th and 2Mb streets, containing eleven rooms, hall, cas, w?ter, and furnace; a large rar<l, aid garden p anted with grapn vines and fruit trees. Price ?10 <'<*'. The house is in complete repsir. ponteh'ion given immediately. Also the th? large dwelling adjoining for rent, and a desira ble three-story Brick House, with back building, and Lot, on R street between ?4th and 25th streets, f< ? sale. Price ?-J,00?. Apply at No. *23 Peno. avenue sa8 2w* A DESIRABLE HOUSE AND LOT ON THE Island For Hale No. d36,sit .'.ated on lith St., between B and 0. Also, a vacant Lot adjoining, frotting 2.*) feet on 13th. running back 1">5 feet. For infortration enquire of W. T. DONIPHAN, Esq., or DAVID HEPBPBN. se i-2w' I BURNISHED BOOMS TO LET-At No. 1&3 G street, near 19th st. Gas and hot and cold Baths. se 1-lm* VALUABLE LOT FOR SALE-On K. tetween Eighth and Ninth str?ets, and fronting the Northern Market. Twenth-three feet front, with a depth of one hundred feet. Alley in rear. In quire of HARMON BURNS. 405 Penn, avenue,or GEO. W. COCHRAN. 39*? Penn. ave. Jy 31 tf JpOR RSNT?A fine STORE on Seventh street, one of the best locations in Washington for any business. Apply at the Gosling Restaurant, No. *24T Penn ave. bet. 12th and 13th bta Jy2S tf Cnunai dill vamm vou i<u.b 90 aires of superior land in good cultivation. Situation, nine miles from Wasnington and one mile east of Bethseda Church, on the Georgetown and Boctville turnpike. Improvements nearly new. complete, and made with a view to permanent occupancy by the present owner. tk il highly pro ductive. Young orchards of choice fruit just come into bearing. Farm well supplied with springs of good water, ht-sides which there is an inexhausti ble well atthe dwelling, with force pumpaudaque dnct leading to barn yard for supply of stock. Location unsurpassed for healthfullness and com mand of prospect. Property in the City or George town taken in exchange. Apply to W. C. BESTOR, at office of Riggs A, Co. se l-eo2w_^ F? ARM FOR SALE-A very superior Farm of PK> acres, with good Dwelling H >use ; large Barn and Stable for 12 horses ; new Corn Hotise. and all other needful buildings. The Farm is in good cultivation and offers advantagesjseld >m to be met M. VM jaiiVA?| ??> U ?UV woi ouvu U??-V? ? WWW f ... _ f letter address W. A BATOHELOR, Silver Springs Post Office, Montgomery county, Maryland. Possession can be given immediately. an 18-eolm* MILITARY SUBSTITUTES. ?<UB8TITUTBB' HEADQUARTERS -The hiah 0 est prices will be paid for SUBSTITUTES fOr DRA FTED man. Those in want of Substitutes will find it to their interest to apply at the "Intelli gence and Real Estate Offioa," No. 611 Ninth St., RtTTlTMd> >T'BUe- N. H. MILLER GEORGETOWN ADVER'MTS. i " NOTICE. ~ O ALL WHOM It MAT CONCERN. The Office of the Corporation of Georgetown has been removed to the tecot d story of the Post Office and Custom Honse Building, on Congress street, near Bridge street. WM. LAIRD. ae 8-eotOc Clerk. rBPEOlA CARD. O PARENTS, TEACHERS AND OTHERS. I would call your special attention to my large of SCHOOL BOOKS, embracing all ortment ? _ books now used in the principal schools in this Dis trict. Tor aale at the lowest eaah prices GEORGE W. KING. No. 8? High street, ae l-iit* Georgetown, D. 0. ONGRESBHALL CAPS MA y. The publie are respectfully infor ned that this first-class Hotel will oontinne open until f the ?th of September The railroad is' bow completed from Philadelphia to this J unequal ea watering place, and three tralna run daily to and from Philadelphia. Accommodating terms for families at this house can be made on and after the 1st of September. ?el-2w MILLER A WEST. Proprietor#. AVER'S AGUE CURS, PECrORAL, BARS PARILLA and PILLfc. ' ? STERLING'S AMBROSIA, KENDALL'S AMBOLINE, B WEST'S LINIMENT. Ac , With a large ? npply of Vutfs MEDICIN_ Just received at MOORS 8 se 8->w West End Drag Store. 113 Pa. ave. MST'B CORN SALVE. AR8A W E immediate RELIEF AND PERMANENT CURE. JS eent boxes for Corns only. 10 cent boxer for Corns and Bunions. Sent by mail by DR T. EMIT, 301 Broadway, K. T. For aale in Washington by S. CALVERT 90RD, Druggist, se 7-tan 890 Penn. avenue ^ IMPORTANT TO SUTLERS. BUTLERS~WILL FIND H. A. 1HIWPIING Ie CO.*8 CONCENTRATED CLAM TO BE A MOST VALUABLE ARTICLE FOR lHEIR TRADE. It sella very rapidly, and la the most economical article of diet for the officer's mess. It la prepared in one minute, aad makes a moat delicious Boap or Chowder. It is highly reeemmeftded by Army Bnrgeona. The prof ta are large. For ? ale by BARBOUR A 8EMMES, Sole Agents, 6ft Louisiana A venae, se 2-Iy Washiagton. D 0. XJUGO EARTEL'S FIRE ART GALLERY?'203 AA Penn. avenue, where carte da visites are taken of a new and beaatifnl style, Having recently added new back grounds aad aoeaery to his* Gal TV70TICS.?For aale. It* hudied aeta of one. AMUSEMENTS WASHINGTON THEATER, ELEVENTH STREET, NEAR PENN. AVENUE. THIS EVENING, Triumphant Boeder or thi Pvsctrxl Illdsioh. *roHosT.-?a The performarce commence to night with THE YOUNG WIDOW. 8P:"b- ? v.; ? ?? Harry Clifford ? u 8 J? c ounH Aurelia ? Ada Thompson After which Mr J C. Do?? will sing ?'NO ONE TO LOVE." To be followed by tne melo-dramatio seketsh of THE COUNTERFEITER. KVT~?? - Add* Levering To eonelnde with the screiming farce ef THE STAGE-STRUCK TAILOR. J?? J?P? ? Harry Clifford "s y,5ct***8~~ ? Anna Levering eg 18 FORD'S NEW THEATER, TENTH 8TRRET. ABOVE B. Joitr T, Fokd Manager and Proprietor GRAND DOUBLE ATTRACTION! MB. CHARLES WHEATLEIGH, For Six Nights Onlt. THIS EYENIN G , The Comedy of A MORNING CALL, SirB. Ardent _^.Mr.C. Wheatleign THE NAIAD QUEEN! THB^NAIAD Q.UEEN! THIRD AND LAlT WEEK. ? _______ SATURDAY NEXT?A Grand Day T^rformance. in which the pageant of the NAIAD QCEEN will be given, Prices of admission 25,50 and 75 cents. Boxes $10 and $6. No extra ciiargc for reserved sea'ifi. It CANTERBURY HALL, LOUISIANA AV . nil Bixtk Snin Wm. E. Sinn.....?? Bole Manager and Proprietor TO-NIGHT, MISS CLARA FOWLEB, The Youthful and beautiful Dan?euae, late of Hay market Theater, Loudou. FEARFUL, MYSTERIOUS PRESENCE! THE GHOST! I* THK THRILLING BRAMA, THE SHADES OF DEATH! Second week of the European Daneense, MISS MILLIE FOWLER. The Accomplished frongatress and Dan^ense, MISS ERNESTINE DE FAIBER. The Perfect Formed Impersonator of Statuary, MISS FANNIE WILSON. THE ALBUM OP BEAUTY I EXCELSIOR CORPS OF COMEDIANS I POPULAR FAMILY MATINEE ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON. _____ * Admission twenty five and fifty cents. Doors open at7 o'clock; performance at 8 o'clock. *e 14 Ct VARIETIES! VARIETIES! fronting Pennsylvania avenue and Ninth it. THE GREAT AMUSMENT TEMPLE. HOUSES CROWDED-PUBLIC DELIGHTED FALL AND WINTER SEASON. ALL STABS OF ACKNOWLEDGED MERIT. ASTARTL1 NO SENSA TION CR EA TED. t^THREE SPECTBE8 OF THE DEAD. SHADOWS OF THE GRAVE. *7-GHOST! GHOST !^U K7-OR, THE MURDERER'S DUOM,-?a KTl'HANTOMS OF DKATH.-^a ?hSNA VVINDELL, the world-famed Danseuse. Ill IJl? C ? A# 44 a A a *w ASl | %? ? Bfe ? . 4 J n n am ? _ < ? prePtut day, the Parisian tutor. r ?* LlfZlK bCHULTZ, compeer in beauty of all the fascinating dancers. XNMA Mil,LS. the beautiful Danseuse Tie beautiful and fascinating Vocalist. Miss ADA TEfMAN. Knma Marsh. Elica Florence, Addie Johnson, Margie WiIfou, Miss Ross. Miss Banor, Miss Hen rietta. Jim Budworth, Johnny Mack, Dick Wat kini. Harry Raynor. Bom an asi Grecian Statuary by Miss MAZORA ARNOLDI who far y.lippes ail others in personal form and beauty; who has bsen engaged at the principal theaters throughout the United States. Also the wond*rful %j~ GHOST! 1&~ GHOST ! GHOST! GHOST WEDNESDAY AFTEBNOOON-Ladies and Gen tlemen's Matinee. The "Ghost" will be performed. Allthe great artists appear. se U-6t* ODD FELLOWS' HALL, < SEVENTH STREET. W Y M A N , THE VENTRILOQUIST AND WIZARD, with his 1IFE-MOVING AND SPEAKING AUTOMATA, E VER Y NIGHT, at 8 o'clock. And EVERY WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY AFTERNOONS, at 3 o'clock. W9~ Admiisicn 35 cents; Children 10 cents. See mall bills. se u lw? MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT iTl EVERY EVENING AT NEW YORK SUMMER GARDEN, No. 360 C Strut, Between AX and 6tb streets. jy >l-gm" 0. H. LIBT. Proprietor. JSOABDINGL A GENTLEMAN AND HIS WIFE?0B TWO single gentlemen, can be eocommadated with Boom and Ecaio in a private family, a cottage, 3S13 north B street on* block from the Capitol and half a block from the street car. se 15 3t* A FEW GENTLEMEN CAN BE ACCOM MO dated with Room aad board at 377 Thirteenth street; alio, a few Table Boarderi, at 9:3 per month. Fay in advance. se l5-5t* f L. KIDWELL WOULD RESPECTFULLY J ? inform his friends and the pub lie .that he has Just received a splendid assortment of Wall Papers, nitable for hails, parlors, dining rooms, &?. AU ^rs sold at the lowest cash prices. Paper hung a eity or country in the best style, by experi enced workmen. Bemember the place, No. 3o7 D street, near 9th. seH-lw* P Mayor's Orrioa, Sept. 14,1863. ROPOSALS will be received at this office up to 13 o'clock on the 18th instant, for grading Second street west, from Virginia avenueto D street south. Bidders will state the price per cubic yard for ending. J AS. H. BIRCH, Commissioner Seventh Ward. JOSEPH OROBS, HUGH McCAFERY. ee 14-td Assistant Commissioners. jgUTTBB, CHEESE AND EGGS. TO SUTLERSAND DEALERS. Fresh Bnttcr in firkins and tine, for army use. 300 boxes Eastern Cheese. 3D bbls. Fresh Eggs. For sale at 440 Eighth street. se lO-iw* D. B. DUTROW. JOSEPH B. SHEWELL, 806 ILliiit Strut, PHILADELPHIA, D1ALBR II _ DRIED FRUITS, APPLB8 AMD PEACHES. racked for Export or Government nse. se 5-lm* ? ABB AGE! CABBAGE !l 0 ABB AGE!(! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Consignment! received by every steamer from New York. For sale on the wharf foot of High street, Georgetown, and at the New York Produce Depot, K street, between 21st and nd street*. se 10-lw' J. KELLT. WOOD! WOOD!! SAWED IN FOUR PIECES AND BFL1T FOB OMB DOLLAR PBR OOBD N. 0. MoKNEW, Union Fire Wood Mill, Corner Seventh street aad Oasal. UICKOBY, OAK, AND FINB WOOD for sale Xx cord length, cheap, by N. 0. McKNEW, Corner Seventh street and Canal. fOALI COAL!! 0 0 A LI!! Union Fire Wood Mill, ae9 Corner Seventh street and Canal. JJOBBE SHOEING NOTICE. The subscriber has taken the Shdp formerly oo* enpied by Thomas Magnire, Mo. 479 Eighth St., where he is now prepared to shoe horses with the surasjst U D. W. OAKDINXI. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. [ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES.] FROM CAIRO. Cairo, Sept 15.?Admiral Porter has just arrived in tlie General Lyon from below. On the of August the punbuat Champion was attacked at Mugauia, while convoying the Julia, loaded witb troops. Five hundred guer rillas opened fire on tbe boats from behind itae levee. The troops passed on, while tin* Cham pion engaged the rebels, dispersing them. General Heron, with the troops ol the Marine Brigade, bad captured at Bolivar three ret*?l paymasters, with an escort of thirty-five ui-mi. and two million dollars to pay the troops at Little Kock. Tbe General Lyon found the steamer Ewing sunk ott Plumb Point, witb a gunboat guard ing her. The su-amer Hope tie discovered on fire just below Columbus. The General Lyon pulled her into deep water to extinguish the flames, and left a guard with her and came lor a gunboat. FROM TKt SOUTHWEST. Memfuis, Sept. l.'l.?The cavalry and mount ed iulautry ot tbe 10th army corps, nnder the direction of G? n. Carr, at Coriuib, have been active during the pas-t week, going as lar south as Tallahatchie, stampeding the rebel cavalry into Grenada and Okalon.i Gen. Carr has also scattered the rebels iu the vl'-uiity ot Jacinto and Rienzi. The ret els, it is reported, have ordered cotton to be destroyed along the Tullahoma Planters are endeavoring to get their cot-on to the Memphis market. Rebel mails had been captured with corres pondence confirming the report that Johnston is reinforcing Bragg. A rebel lorce, with artillery, is reported mov ing to intercept tbe navigation of the Missis sippi. They will receive attention. The Maine Election. Pohtlahd, Sept. 15.?So far, two hundred and twenty-six towns Rive Coney 4?,IM, and Bradbury 33.*77; being a majority of 15,057. The towns to be heard trom will considerably increase this majority. The U. S. Five-twenties. Philadelphia, Sept. 15.?The subscription agent repoits the sale of S378.300 in five.twen ties to-day. Deliveries of bonds are being made t3 tne 20th of August. . Trial Trip on the Pacific Railway. San Fkakcisco, Sept. 14.?The first trial trip 0 tbe cars on the Union Pacific railway was made to-day on the road between this place and Sacramento, some forty miles. FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMAC Gen. Pleasanton's Advance? The Skirmish near Culpeper? Several Maryland Con federates Captured?Lee's Army. The correspondent of the New York Tribune. furnishes the following account of the result of the skirmish near Culpeper, on Sunday: IlEAD<JFARTKR8 ABM Y OF TUB POTOMAC < Sept. 14?In the affair yesterday w.* lost four 1 kilbd and thirty wounded, all'belonging to Ctcx*. Griggs division, except one serving nnder Gen. Buford. Three guns were can tine d. Gen. Caster, commanding a brigade in Kili ati ick s cavalry, had hit. horse killed, and received lrom the same ball a slight fle?h wound in the calf ot the leg. The J ri>oners take n were forty, belonging to the 15th \ irginia cavalry, Morgan andChew s \ irginia batteries, and the Baltimore Ligtu Artillery of Griffith. Among them were two ofluers, Lieut. John McNnlty, of the latter battery, and Sergeant-Major Frank Ellet, 15th Virginia cavalry. The prisoners attached to tti6 Iiait.raore Artillery wcr0 corpor&ls (4raay and Wallace, privates Walter Brll r Koane, Ni holas E. Ladd, Jas. A. Duncan (V Cnr cavalry have penetrated to the Hapidan river without opposition. It is ascertained that the corps of Lee and Ewell, from thirty-five to forty thousand, are at and about Orange Court House, a few miles bfyond the Ranidan, on the Gordonsville road, and It is believed at head quarters that a large part, if not the whole of Longstreet's corps, has gone West. General Lte returned from Richmond dav b-fore yesterday. General Staart wai seen yesterday at the head of the cavalry, of which four incomplete brigades were enumerated. Horses and men were in sorry plight. Some in the army have apprehended a move ment by Lee upon Meade's flank or rear, but the discoveries of our cavalrv* have giveu this hypothesis its quietus. All Virginia north of the Rappahannock, including the Shenandoah Valley, is well scouted. Two men belonging to the 7th Michigan cav alry were captured about ten days ago by guer rillas. On Saturday they overpowered their guard and came into the lines ol the Army of the Potomac to-day, bringing two of their rebel captors with them. Lieut. Carr, with 15 of the 1st Indiana cav alry, Gen. Howard's body guard, while en a reconnoissance on Saturday, heard of a body ot guerrillas, 18 strong, ahead of them. Chasing them tnrough Thoroughfare Gap, Lieat. Carr came np with them at White Plains, killing and wounding several. One of our men was wounded. The Herald's correspondent, writing on Mon day, gives the following details: Buford's division came up with Stuart's cav alry and artillery on the height* this side of Brandy Station, and drove them from crest to crest by a series of brilliant charges. Gen. Kil patrick'6 command connected with Buford's on tbe left at Brandy Station, having crossed at Kelley's Ford. Gen. Gregg left Sulphur Springs at daylight, and joined Pleasanton and Buford at Culpeper, having found Jones' brigade of rebel cavalry at Muddy ran, and scattered them by shells and a charge, bnt not until they had fired the bridge. Gregg's men put it out, however, and replanked the struc ture in a lew moments, so that the whole com mand crossed upon it General Gregg continued to drive Jones before him, and reached Culpeper at the same moment with the rest of the command. Here the advance arrived just in time to see a train or cars witb stores leave for the South. Our men charged through the town with the most splendid gallantry, capturing one hundred and four prisoners and three guns, two twelve and one six pounder. These latter were posted on a commanding eminence just beyond the town of Culpeper, and were charged upon by Gen Custer, of Gen. Kilpatrick'e division, and taken, with nearly all their men. The charge is described as having been one ot unequalled gallantry. The brigade wm obliged to dash through tbe town and down & steep hill, througl) a ravine, and then up a sleep and very high hill to the battery, which meanwhile were belching forth its shell and canister upon their ranks. Bnford'p division passed on in pursuit of the fly ing enemy. Col. Chapman, of the 3d Indiana cavalry, commanding first brigade, having the advance, pursued them past Cedar Mountain and the whole command followed np to the vicinity of the Rapidan, within two mllee of which they encamped last night. Lieut. Benj. Hntchins, 6th United States car airy, was grazed by a piece of shell which took oil the leg of his orderly. The lieutenant col onel ol the 15th Virginia cavalry was captured in a skirmish three miles this side of Culpeper. The bugler of company E, 8th Illinois, was killed. We captured a large quantity of ordnance stores in the railroad depot at Culpeper. The guns were English, with sabre bayonets. The citizens of Culpeper say that Stuart re viewed 6,000 cavalry there on Saturday, and that he waa in command yesterday. Th* Ohabustov Nxws.?The news from Charleston, via Fortress Monroe, which we publish this is important if true. It does not come through an authentic channel, being via Hilton Bead, which is as famous as Cairo, in times gone by, for exciting rumors and bogus intelligence. The steamer Cosmopolitan, which is said to hare brought the news to Hilton Head, is the Sanitary Commission boat and would be likely to convey correct intelligence as to the movements of General Gilmore, hence we are inclined to eredit the statement that he has ob tained possession of a portion of James Island, as we snow that three weeks since be was erecting batteries on Cole's Island to protect the crossing of troops to James Island so soon as Wagner and Gregg should All into bis hands. He is always prepared In advance for any emergency, and this portion of the dispatch is doubtless correct.?Bait. American, MA, boase bow building ia "?J1 "the weekly STAR. I <1 ? ; i 71 ! r T This ?x?eilriii Family and Newt Journa containing a greater variety of Interesting readme than can be found in any other, Is pub lis Ad on Friday mdrain*. T e** f~ Cet*, smwteMr *? edr**." ?i^2K'w*'H5* ? T.nc'S^r:::::::::::.;-;:; ; j* Twenty-fir* copies 90 oo It invariably contain* the "Waehingtoa News"' that ku made f*? DttOf Evtnin, SUr circulate so generally througheut the country V Single copies (In wrappers) can be pro. cured at the counter, immediately after the Isrueof the paper. Price?Thus Gnm. ?Ui;TH?ft!t| NEWS. The Richmond Kxaminrr of the 11th says that unlets the wholesale practice of deserting in the Confederate army can be arrested "the sub jugation of the Confedi rate States is nearly cer tain." It nous with exultation thelactof the execution of ten deserters from the ;Jd North Carolina infantry, .md trust# the same fate will be meted out to others. The Richmond SenUnr! of the bth says of this execution: ?? 1 he b? aring tf the prisoners was calm and tell) ostecsed, and they marched t? the plaoe of t? nr execution with a step as accurate in its ibMr""* as U,Ml of lhe tuardwho conducted [trorn the Richmond Examiner, 12th Inst 1 ___ . fUOM CHAKLMBTON. We ha^e nothing new from Charleston ftc > ond the fact, gathered from the War LH-mrt meiit, that the Yankees are engaged in throw, mg up the waste dirt again,t Fort Wagner, an(j ??#*?? ? Mr. new b*u*rie? ?n its proximity, v?lth the luttntion of planting some of their heaviest guns lor the purpose of shelling Charleston. 1-ort Gregg and Cummings' Point have been occupied by the enemy, and pun* planted. whose shots, it is supposed,? will battery on tlie verge of the city. We chnnot repress the remark that we be lieve the fury of the bombardment, like a ter riiic thunder storm* that passed over h?ts bef,? *a8ted? :,nd that hencetorth the attack will, like a storm, abate its lurv, and finallw oie out, and be succeeded by a calm .W- ablde tlie ??ne, but we hope for the re | ? Enrl Rustell on the Rebel Rams. The following is Earl Russell's reply to the memerial ol the Emancipation Society, relative to the E?eam rams in the Mersey: T . Fobbigk UKiricr, Aug. 13. (.enlhmrn?l have received your letter calling a:tuition to a subject of very grave and Im' pressing importance, namely : the fitting out or . quipping two powerful iron-plated steam rams, which I am mlorm.d a.re intended to i on. nut hostilities against the Government and people of the United States. My attention has Jong been directed to these su ? lects. Roth the Treasury and Home De pa* tment* have, at my jequest made most anx ious inquiries upon the subject ol these steam HilRS. ? You are aware that, by the foreign enlistment act, a ship is liable Jo be detained, and the own ers are subject to a penalty, when the ship is armed or equipped lor purposes of war, and tho owntrs intend to *se her against some state or community in friendship with her Maiestv .?h Iknfcf?far> Jo Prove both the equipment and the intention. It is necessary for convic. Uon in a public court, in justice, to have the evidence or a creditable witness. 1 was in hopes, w hen 1 began to read your memorial, that you would propose to furnish me with evidence that the steam rams in ques iiun were intended to carry on hostilities against the Government and people of the T<ntted States; but you have made no propo sal of the sort, and only tell me that you am nformed that so-and-so, and it ,3 beheved that so-and-so is the fact. tnY2!i.1,,K,1ti>e aware, however, that according to Imtjsl) law, prosecutions cannot be set on loot upon tbe ground of violation of tlie foreign enlistment act, without the affidavits of credi table witnesses, as in other cases of misde meanor and crimes. Such likewise is the la *r in use. Yours, &c., Rueesix. PREJiTICEANlA. ,hThK.re^1Jrovtrnra,'nl 6li11 ^reatens to raise the black flag inscribed with the skull and crossbones, ?Vell, skull and crossbones would be a very expressive emblem of the Confed-r ofeite?Vtrlimentl aS be'n,? about all that's left Our Greek tire is a great deal more effectual than the ancient Greek fire. We understand Greek better than the old Greeks themselves Well, of the great question of rebellion we have the foreside. Which have you f What we desire in this war is to subjugate the Souths subjugators and restore the subju gated section to freedom. The w hisky that is drunk generally turns out to be a spewrious article. A rebel needn't be ashamed of inability to pay his debts. WThat he calls his "countrv*" is hopelessly insolvent, and what right has be to be better off than his country ? A correspondent asks if thereisn'tarelation ship between us and John Morgan. Only a rather distant one?he stole a horse of curs a lew weeks ago. The Carmelite monks ha ve their heads shaved but they wouldn't acknowledge John Morgan as a brother. , Beauregard is a terrible fire-eater, butGreek fire doesn't seem to sit well upon his stomach. We hope that our folks will soon get a thou sand-pounder upon Morris Island. Then, ir they catch Humphrey Marshall, they can set fire to his big coat and breeches and shoot him, into Charleston, so that the rebels, who have such a horror ot the fire of Ancient Greece,, may see whether they like the fire ot modern grease any better. We don't think they woulA profit by such a change of blazing "stinkpots." Thb Union Flag at Fort Sumtbr.?The report that the flag Major General Anderson had with him at Fort Sumter was taken by the rebels on the 8th instant, is untrue. Peter Hart, the hero who had so much to do with it at the time the rebels bombarded Sumter, say?, the flag is in Bale-keeping ia this city.?y. jr. Tribune. VA remarkably case of suspended anima tion occurred at Covington, Kentucky, on Thursday. A man named Henry Cutiff died in a lit, as was supposed. An undertaker wae cent for, and while taking bis measure, the corpse commenced kicking, and soon rose urv in bed. One tobacco grower in Henderson county, Ky., lost twenty acres by the recent frost, and represents that his neighbors are in the condition. Some of the growers have ordered their consignees to decline selling at present. There are also accounts of injury to the tobacco crop from several points in Indiana. ?7* Letters from Constantinople report the burning down of the old Seraglio?the palace of Selim, of M ustapha, and of Mahmond?next to the principal mosques, the most unique and characteristic architectural feature on the couth side of the Golden Horn. WT A surrey of Admiral Farragut's flag, ship Hartford, now at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, has resulted in the discovery of 209 shot marks upon her hull, bulwarks and spar*. Her lower masts have all been condemned, being badly injured by shot. MT Four vessels are about leaving England, laden with sections of the Indian submarine cable, coiled in large iron water-tight three on board each ship?which will be kept full of water throughout the voyage to Bom bay* The gold coinage at the U. S. Mint la Philadelphia, for the month of August, amount ed to 9346,580 in double eagles, and ?10,496.97 in flue bars?in all. #257,076.97. The silver coin age in the same time was ?298.99, and in cents. ?35,500. ' Notwithstanding the recent immense consumption of ammunition in the siege of Charleston, the Government, it is said, has a very large supply on hand at the various arsenals, sufficient for any emergency. ?EF" Gen. Pemberton, in early life, failed to win the hand of a Cleveland belle. He mar ried a Southern woman with a plantation of slaves, and thus became identified with the in terests of the South. ?^Starting with the supposition that a very decided bate exists towards England ia the United States, the London Saturday Review plainly tells Englishmen that their nation is pretty generally hated all over the world. tar The walls which enclose the city of ?ana, and which have stood since 1740, when they were completed, are being demolished in order to admit a freer access of air, and a greater number and extent of thoroughfares. 17* The death of Yanoey has started an la* teresting discussion in the rebl journals. It is simply who is entitled to the "honor" of starU lng the Southern Revolution A wit upon leaving a church where the psalms had been sung la .a very wearisome manner, observed to his companion:???Now I know why Saul wanted te kill Da via." %ri\ ii estimated that tourists and sarnie* travelers have left upwards of ?1,0000100 in New Hampshire the present season. ?ST The America* Telegraph Company an nounce the opening of an offlce at ULattanootft*