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f? D. *% At.LA? II. EDIt<r and Prtprifur. washington CITY: MONDAY... MAY .10, I*M. V READING MATTER ON BVERY PAGE BBB OUTBIDS rOH INTERESTING TILS ?&AfU10 AND OTHJCR MATTER. mi LITE AND IMPORTANT FROM THE FRONT. OFFICIAL DISPATCH KROM OVS. GRANT, nis army successfully ACROSS TUB PA MFNKEY AND THREE MILES BEYOKD TDB RIVER. ASL'VEBEENO'GEMENT WITn THE ENEMY Ut 13 DRIVEN ABOUT A MILE, LEAVING HIS KILLED AND WOUNDED IN OUR I1ANDS!I May 30th?14 o'clock. A despatch from Geo. Grant, dated jester* day at Hanovertown. has just been received by the War Department. It states that the army has been successfully crossed ofrer the PnmuEkey, and now occupies a front aboat ihrt* miles south of the river. Yesterday two division* of oar cavalry had a tfwre engagement with the enemy, south of II arris's Store, driving him about a rail* upon vi bat appeais to be his new line. We will find out Mi about it to-day. Our loss in the cavalry engagement was 330 killed and wounded, of whom but 41 are ascertained to have been killed. Having driven the enemy, most of tbeir killed and maoy of tbeir wounded fell into our hands. Otlicial War Bulletiu. LATE FROM GENERAL SHERMAN. VcPUERaON HA3 AN ENGAGEMERT WITH THE ENEMY ON SATURDAY. AND DRIVES 1 HEM BACK WITH A LOSS OF S.&oO KILLED AND WOUNDED. Wahhinoton , May 30th. Ho jar General Pir, yew l'ork : No official dec; atchos from the Army of the Potom ac have beeu i eceivrd since my telegrams of Satan-ay evening. A telegram from General Sherman dated rear Dallas yrsterdiy, the J9:h, at 7.30 a. m. r?*porte that on Saturday an engagement took place between the enemy and McPherson's Corps, m which the rebels were driven back with a loss to them of 4,5i^)' killed and wound ed left in our 1 ands. and abont 309 prlsorers McPherson's loss being not over 3oO in all. E. M. St sttom. Secretary of War. ?AKJLiV'AL Or ihbu&L. PttioONKRS?ONE OF THEM SHOT. Six hundred and thirty-live rebel privates tuid twenty-two officers arrived at the Sixth s?treet wharf yesterday, from Port Royal, on board tke steamer Dictator. The officers were taxen from the vessel and committed to the Old Capitol, but the Dictator wax ordered to pro ceed to Point Lookout and there unload the remainder of the prisoners. While t he Dictator was lying at the wharf, teveral of the prisoners attempted to make ihetr escape by jumptrg overboard, but wre .aught ia the act by the guard. One succeeded getting overboard, but was tired upon by the guard, the ball taking effect in the neck. Thia intimidated the rest, and no lurther trouble was had with them. It having become known that ihe3* rebel prisoners were at the wharf, a large crowd of p?m>na soon collected there. Arnone this num ber were several sympathizing females, who expressed their regards for the prisoners by purchasing several baskets of pies and cakes from the venders who line the wharf, and dis tricting them amongst the prisoners. These women were not allowed to approach the boat, hat ihey paid the venders to throw the contents ?f their baskets in the inidst of the prisoner?, which caused a general scramble among the rebs. to catch the edibles. In the afternoon wtieu tlie autliui Uies weut JO furnish the prisoners with their rations, <-on?idernb'e difficulty was experienced in get ting the negro laborers to carry the rations on board the vessel, as they were afraid to ap proach the prisoners, apprehending rough treatment, and all persuasion was found to bo of no avail. Finally a file of soldiers was pro cored to co-operate, when the contrabands icarched to tbeir work. The following are the rebel officers brought up on the Dictator: Col. J. N. Brown, ltth S. C.Cept A.J. Critrher, 3?th N. C.; Capt. T. B Hortoc, 11th Va.;Capt. J. K. Kyle, 5'2d N. C Cap'. N. N. Wilson, 16th N. C ; Lieutenant P. B. Akers, 11th Ya.; Lieutenant B. W. Rich arde, V'd N.C.L eutenantL B. Doyal,6th Va.; Lieutenant N. D. Embrey,llth Ya.;Lieutenant J. Fickerron, 14th La.: Lieut. R. A. Glean, 4v!i N. ?.; Lieut. J W Kratzer, 12th Va.; Lieut \ J. Leftwfch, 22d Ya.; Lieut. W. N. Morgan* ,1th Ya ; Lieut. G. P. Novell, llth Ya.; Lieut. J. J. NeUon, 16th N. C.; Lieut. J. F. Shaw, 3th Mo.; Lient. J. W. Wray, llth Ya.; Lieut. II. M. Wiatt, 9tb Va. ARRIVAL OP HICK AND WOUNDED. Yeot. relay morning the steamers State ot Maine and t'onnec'iv ut arrived here from Port l;o)al ? ti one th usand three hundred sick and wcunded. These wounded were not of any recent engagement, but are the casualties it irraui a various successful movements. tty Advices from Cairo to the 26th insiaut, announce the arrival of the steamer Atlantic, with dates from New Orleans to the Stat inst tbnt **r Gen Banks ia reported to have ar rived ta New Orleans with a portion of his arsoy. Another mutiny is said to have broken o?t among the garriaon In Fort Morgan, near Mobu?, bnt no particulars are given. a>wzBAi.CoKPKasxceM E.OHUnca.?This Conference adjourned on Friday night, having first adapted a resoluuou in favor of establish, tog conlt reaces for the colored members ol tho churi-h, and a resolution somewhat In favor of ti lay celfgauon. Edward A. Pollard, Jtte editor of the Richmond Examintr, recently captured on to ardl a blockade rbnner, has been sent to For Warren. The notorious Belle Boyd, captured ?t the same tlm-, wa* released. KT A pnblicbtu . roer irum General Hunter, * orumardlng io the Shenandoah Valley, speaks cf h'S foroes as being on the eve of a forward ttcv? ment. V General Philip St. Geo?re Cook has been appointed General - uperir.teaden' ot K cruit Ing for United Sta es armies, hetdqatrters At New York V The ojd School Presbyterian Conven tlc n In session at Newark, New Jersey, on Friday unanimously adopted Hon. Stanley N a thews' anti slavery report. roiA.BCTOR'9 OfFICE. M4V ?? fT? iTHire U hershy xivet ft the po'eha^rs at 'k-3 . ?tu, U?ve not obtain* 1 tbeir Sef 'T^* iK.^ther ure row re%<ty fnr <1 ?llcTT, tfflr- " that ther a t f.?r her itolar. r r i J be attecce<J * |?IX0N. Collector. v t '? TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. FROM Kl'ROPE. New Yokk, Mav 00?The sr^axer City of Baltimore. ftom Qneenstownon the 19th. has arrived. Taecevr3is meaner and nnimport nut. The steamer Samuel Martin has arrived at Liverpool, direct from Charleston, with cotton. The Cot.ferer.re cu the Schleswig-Holstein qr.cstlcnheld a three-hours' se?sionon the 17th iiist. All the members were present. The London DailyXt\rs sajs thev can hardly te si-id to have advanced a single stop, acd tbat the prospect ol an agreement is as dffcant as ever. No common basis of discufeion has ! yet be* 11 decided upon. The conference ad journed till the of Way. FROM NEW ORLEANS. i New York, May 30.?The steamer Cassan dra, from N ew Orleans on the 21st, has arrived; aleo, the steamer Merrimac, from New Orleans <m the 23d. > Among the pasaengero are tho Louisiana delef ates to the Baltimore Convention. Havana advic?? of the 25th mertlon the cap . ture of Monte Christo, in St. Domingo, by the Spanish. The New Orleans papers contain no news of ! importance. l|>% WASHINGTON LODGE. No. 6, I. O. O. F. Uv5 The members the Lodge are requested foattend a meeting THIS i Monday) EVENING, to make arrangements for the funeral of oar late I Brother James W. Shields Funeral to-morrow at t o'clock p m. Members of sister lodges are ! fraternally invited. It J. P. McKEAN. Per 8ec. |Y"g?THE LADIES OF WESLEY CHAPEL LKjf (corner Mh and F streets) take pleasure in i snnouncing tbat tbey will hold their annual FLO , RAL AND STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL in the j basement of said oburcb. commencing on the EVENING of the 31*t Inst , and continuing sev eral days. The friends and public are o<>raially j invited. Season Tickets, admitting a gentleman . and lady, yi cents. my30-4t* j [Intel. Chron. A Rerub. copy.J (Y-5=?R0BERT EMMETT, A DRAMA, BY ST. I ? Aloysius Literary Institute, at St. Aioysias Hall, 1st street, between I and K, MONDAY, Mar i 3>th. at 7% o'clock, p. tn. Proceeds for the benefit of tho schools. Admission 25 cents. my 28-?t* JOBN W. HOFFMAN WILL DBLIY t L5 er a Lrcture on Education, in the Lecture loom of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Dun artou street, Georgetown, on MONDAY EVE JINt*. May 3 th, cmraencing at tt o'clock; to rbich all arc respectfully inriied, particularly the ?onng. my 2fr 2t* fr5=?A CONCERT OF VOCAL MUSIC WILL Lk_? l?e given by the pupils of the Female Sec on-tary Schools, under the direction of Pr-if. J. H. Daniel, at the Smithsonian Institution, on Tl'Ks I DAY, May 31st, commencing at six o'clock. The proceeds of the coucert will he used for purchase ; of Pianos for the schools. Mr. J. F. Klli* has 1, indiy offered the use of one of his iinest pianos j for the occasion. my2S3t nrs=" FLORAL AND FBUIT FESTIVAL.?The 1 Sisters in charge of the Ht. Ann's Infant As>luui. corner of 2-lth and K street". near the C rcle hfi- to Announce h GRAND FLORAL AND FRUIT FKSTIVAL.rommeji<Mni;TU?SDAY, May ! 3lst, ai d continuing during the week. As this Institution is a new undertaking1 in th!* | eitv, and attended with great expense, and it, now in ?reat ueed, they feei contidenc ? in making this : m peal t?. the gene rosity of the public, aua hope ; they will attend. i etipper tickets, f. cent#. Adtcisgi.-.n to room. 1*) i cents Open from 2 to 10 o'clock p. m, iny2S-7t ! nrp* FESTIVAL AND FAIR AT ISLAND i U_? I1ALL.?The lauifes of the Seventh street Presbyterian Chare* will held their Festival at 1 the above Hall, ccrarcencin^ MONDAY, May3>. I One of the best Rai.ds of Music in the city has ! l-tr-n encased fur trie occasion. The Piano, kind j ly furn.shed, is from J ? Eliis's music store. , Admi?sioi-, If. cents. Season Tickets, one per si n. 0 cents. Family Sestson Tickets, fl, I n>y 27-2w fy3=*ICK CREAM, CONFECTIONIRyT"Ao^ Uof Receptions, Parties. Weddings Balls,gap j. pers. Fairs and other entertainments furnished at ; shortest notice and roost reasonable terms. Ice Cream and Water Ices made by steam power, war ranted to be the best in the city, wholesale and re tail, delivered to any part of the city. Charlotte i Russe, Jellies, Pyramids and WeddingCakes mads I to order, at J081PH SHAFFIELD'S Confection 1 erv. firth it.. bet./J and H. fe ll-3m* PASTURAGE FOR HORSES.?Fine pasturage on Hock Cree*. with & responsible) per-, son. where horse* will receive the best at tention nod care. Apply to Mitchell House' Stables. 13th street, corner of E. my S'-fit.* |P0R SALE ?I will sell a tract of WOOD L VND Piiu ... prire. Arc., apply to MARTIN GOLDS BOROUGH, No. 41? Courtland street, Baltimore, j Md. my 30 3t* PIANO FOR SALE CI1EAP.-1 otfer for sale & very superior Instrumeut, made to. ?~ ? " in St. Mary's county. Md., I2ii acres in^^ Pine, 30 acres in Oak Timber ror locntio'i.?W nrira. X r.. strlv to StARTIN >- imjm w imrn order byCh*s. M. 81'eff. Baltimore whichl I will sell for ?10'i legM than cost. It is' made of the finest rosewood, case Louis XIX stvle, with oTerstrunjf ba^s and all improvements. In use six months. The maker's guarantee for five years will be viven. Call on Tuesday. May 31. ouiv, a; any time, at 565 Twelfth street south, between B and C streets. Island. my.'W-2t* R OOFING FELT! ROOFING CEMENT rpujC THOMAS FAHEY, CORKSK 1< TH St. WtsT ANO IHK CiXAL, WusktHSion. I). C., Being the only agent in this city for Roofing F--lt and Rooting Cement frotn an old established firm, can afford to sell the above articles at the very lowest prices. Hoofers and these engaged in the business are requested to enll and see for themselves, having a a'ge stock of the above u?med articles always <>u band. my 30-lm PRESIDENTIAL CONVENTION, P RKILLY EL DOS IIA J.L.Ih FA \ KITE STREET, (Near Baksc.m's City IIothl ) RAITIMORE Has at dispc.sal a SUIT OF ROOMS, consisting <-T a larce Parlor, five well ventilated coxumuni _ eating Cliarob rs. which he will let to a i>*rty of gentlemen during the approaching session of tlitj ronveBtion. Comfortable diuing-roorus adlain the parlor and the bill of fare com prises the b?st the market affords. The location beiu* central, near : he principal hotels and the City Pa-ts-nger Railway, is most desirable. Early application should be made. my 3.? -eo3t THIS is TO GIVE NOTICE, That the subscri ber l as obtained from the Orphans' Court ot Wf shiegton county, in the District o' Columbia, lettei s testamentary on tbe personal estate of Wil liam Parsons, late of Georgetown. D.C., decea->e<l. All persons having claims against the said de cea-od.are hereby warned to exhibit the same, w ith the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 2$th da> of May next; the-y may other w ise by law be excluded Irom all beneut of the sai l estate. Given uuder my Land this 2sth day of May, 1&-1. MATHIAS V. BUCKEY. my >'law3w * Eocutor. 'I HIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the snbscri ? r>er has obtained from the Orphans' Court of Washington county, iit the District of Columbia, lett-rs testamentary on the personal e^tato or IsaaeCook l'.artlett, latent Washingtou city. D C , deceased. .Ml persons having claims against the said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit tha same, with tbe vouchers thereof, to the subscri ber, on or before the !8th day of May next; they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit ? if the said estate. Given under my hand this 2tth day of May, 1861. MARY ANN BARTLETT, ciy X-law3w* Execntrlx. FOR SALE?A TAILOR 8UOP. now doingagood business. ,For further information apply at No. I street, between 4th and 6th. my 8S-3t* C 'OOD PA'TURE FOR HORSES. AT $10 PER * month, near Bladensbnrg. Apply to RTBLEY ,V GUY WafhinirtoB. or N. C. STIIPHEN. Blg itDbourg, lui to-ar. LADIE3 WANTING DRES8K8 FITTED AND basted in the most fashionable manner will call at 339 I street, between Itth and llth. on the following mornings: Mondays. Tuesdays. Wednes days and Thursdays. my 2H-lw? FOR SALE-A light, no top ROAD WAGON, Da senbery A Van Dueeu makers. New York. Has been run only four months; in perfect order. Price f!?". To be seen at DULL'S stable, E street, near llth. niy 28 DEMOREST'8 N. Y. ILLUSTRATED NEWS. A weekly journal ot graphic illustrations? News. M usie. Fashions sun General Literature. Tbe njfdel National Fami'.y Newspaper of America in Its most comprehensive sense. Price 10e. Sold everywhere. myg-3t* 4Q<y NINTH STREET. Iqw iOI FAMILY GROCERIES. <*0/ prime aoods retailing for le*s than wholesale prices. Good5 delivered free anywhere. S. EVANS, mv SS 3t* 487 S*h st., between D and E. TI1E CLEVELAND CONVICTION; U. 8. Con stitution; The Strikers and tLeir Rights; Woman's Drets Movement: War in Europe, and ??tbi-r excitinji ?nbjects, in DEMOREST'8 ILLUS TRATED NEWS of this week. Splendid and graphic War Views all in tint: Portraits of But >rrj Grant, Hancock, Meade, Gilmore, Burnside, ! *ud Howard, the Proclamation Forger; Music, Fashions, ate. Do not fail to see this valuable ! number. x my38-3t* 00D AND COAL. " LIMB, 8AND. Ac Jost received U?v< tons best quality Anthracite Coal, which I am selli< g at 1 1 per ton of i.c^o pounds, delivered. 5 0 tons best George Creek Cumberland Coal at$?pert>n. ran of mine de livered. 6 ? cords Pine. Oak and Hickory Woo I at lowest market price. Also, Lime,8and, Plastar Cement and Hair, Persons wishing to lay in their winter fuel had better call and examine my stock WM ?UINANt>/ Yard, c?rner of Irt st. east and B aoati?. ?y23 er.St* Yard and Wharf, foot of 4th st. east. M IPS ED WARDS' NEW NOVEL. EXREAEA'8 HISTORY, a Novel, by Amelia B. Edwards author of My Brother's Wife, Handanl ?!o*e. Ac Price(10 cents. Just received, and for sale bv PHILP A SOLOMONS, *">7 S89 Feaa, avenae. Municipal Election?Candidates* 4c. fy=?NoTlCK.?The voters of th- ?'ixth w*r1 !>_? ? h?> lavnr tbeeiectinn of JOHN H uHTie May oralt f ar? renue?'?*rt *? ,n ''' at th ? An ncostia Engin? llnu^c on MONDAY EVEMINi*, May 3'th. at 7>k o'cl< ck. ray & it* tr&* SEVEN!n WARD UNCONDITIONAL LL3 UNION CANLIDA F. FOR RE ELED O V. For Assessor. TETKR HEPBURN. roy 30-Jw* n^5=?8IXTH WARD UNCONDITIONAL UNION TICKET. Fop. Mator? RICHARD WALLACH. For Aldfrman DONA! D McCATHRAN. For Common Cocscil? GEORGE H. RUFF, BENNETT 8W IN' mrr-7t* THOMAS B. MARCH. irr UNCONDITIONAL UNION TICKET Fin ST WARD. To R M/T0?fCHARD WALLACH. FOR AL?1?*A"N if rURTON. FOR C om*oAC-ki.LT , 1, r. WiWO^iu ?OUN A. RHBi? *OR A98SSSOR? ? u ItONO^^^J TOTl64e% T Ja RD UNOSkDITW^ CN1?* tY= FIRS* WARD U-3 yoE MAVO*-flN H 88MMK3 FOR A^V*> EMMER80N FOR COMWO^COCS^WI.IHOS, fM V 1 NOTICE ? To 1/11 Uneondititnnl Unit* ? iJJ Voters ofthr First Wan!.?The underpinned hayinc been nominated for C ?mmon Council by the friends of Mr. J. H. 8emmes, takes thin method of informing hi* friends that be isa supporter of the Wallach ticket. _ _ my 26-Iw H. C. WILSON. ryrr=? S EC ON D W A R D U NCONDITION AL UNION TICKET. For Mator? _ RICHARD WALLACH. For Alpkrmak? _ J. HUSSBLL BARB. For Commok ?'ouncil? SAMUEL W. OWEN, WM. PETTIBONE. ny 20-foM* SAMUEL A. PEUGH. B3" INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE. SBCOyiT WARD. For Aldfrmak? my 20-te* GEORGE T. RAUB. ncr THIRD WKRD?JUNB ELECTION -The v_5 unconditional Union voters of the Thir J Ward will support the following ticket at the av preaching municipal election, vis: For Ma tor? RICHARD WALLACH. For Alderman? JOSEPH F. BKOWN. Foa Commom CeCNClL NOBLE D. LARNER, THOMAS A. STEPHENS, JOHN W. SIMS. Fob Assbshor JAMS!* P cKEAN ap O-tf IVS5* WE H A VE BEEN REQUESTED TO ST AT E 'L5? that Mr N D. I. A "N KR isnot a candidate for the Board of Aldermen from the Third Ward, but in a candi^ste for re elertio i to the Board of Cou.men Council fr?m fraH Ward. my 24 te (V-y-THIRD WARD-JUiVfi ELECTION.-The ' L < unconditional Union voters of the Third Ward will support the following tieket at the June ?lection : For Mator? RICHARD WALLACH. For Alpikmam? ALEXANDER R. 8IIEPHER?. For Cosimoh Cocncil? I*. D. LARN BR, JOR W ANGUS, JOHN W. SIMS. apirte IT'S3'FOURTH WARD INDEPENDENT UNION LL? TICKET. For MAYOR JOHN H. SEMMES, For Alderman? JAMES ENGLISH. For Common Coitncil W W MOORE, ELIJAH EDMONSTON. G M. WIOHT [Intel., Repub , Chron. &, Con. Union.] my_16-te rv-3=? FOURTH WARD UNCONDITIONAL LLj UNION TICKET. Fon Mator? RICHARD WALLACH. Foa Aldbrmak? J NO. P. PEPPER. For Common Codhcil? anbury lloyd, JOSEPH FOI.LAN*BEE. my 12 MICHAEL LARNER. UNCONDITIONAL UNION TICKET. FIFTH WARD. For Mator? RICHARD WALLACH. Foa Alderman? CHAS. I. CANFIELD. For Common Cocncil? WM. P. FERGUSON, JAMES B. DAVIS, J. B. WARD. For Assessor? B. F. DYER. nay?-Sw* nr. Til WARD INDEPENDENT UNION TU ticket. " For Mato*-hn SKMM1!s. FOR Ald1 ?a*MUEL STRONG. F0RC0M>.0T,nCorncn- bswick, WM F. WALLACE, JOHN W. MEAD. .yg^'TlCHOLAS WAYSON rs? SIXTH WARD UNCONDITIONAL UNION U? TICKET. For Mator? RICHARD WALLACH. Fob Alderman? JOHN H. PEAKE. my 28 te? my 2^61* -1D uNCONDITWNAL 8?^ \^iI0N TICKET. For Mato*^cUARD WALLACH. FOB At0ECROSBY 8. NOYES. FOR COMMOJ Cocncu^ ON. OTHO BOSWEL^ar!^ For Mayo*o111| h bbmMES. for ALDKtt^^R ^ Pearson. for COMMOS cor sou- KYt ? <|> W\1 KKn. *80 ' W?inUT ? fon n ",B? trr? (TF 1ND'"'BNDF0SRTMiVS0T ?iNI,IDAT? 1(, ... JOHN H. SEMMES. fi'OR HALE-500,000 White Pine and Cedar 1 SHINGLES. H. N. KA8BY. my 28 3t* D street north, 26th streot west. musical! EOF. EPPUTA Would fenpectfully inform the P he is now able to devote the whole of kis time to instruction in music to all tho*o who may le pleased to p&troniio him. Prof. Eipata's method is the same as is taught in Bnrope-that is while be makes rood performers of his puptln he makes xood muKiciaiifl of them also; so that any one who may receive instructions from him mar acquire th ?t knowledge of music anwillmaks them com petent for teachers or orofi-gsional musicians. Prof. Esputa ix now forming clans-s and all who desire to enter uiubt apply early, as the number ifl For terms apply to Prof. JOHN BSPUTA, No. 51 'A 8?h ?tre?t east. Navy Yord. N. B. Th? cars pass Prof. Esputa'g residence eve ry six minutes during the day. my V 3t? ?jV)R SALE-Forty-nine CHINESE ARROR " VITJSA BUSHES, good size in Glenwood Cemetery, to be removed by Monday next. Price S15 for the whole. Inquire of the subscriber, cor ner of 6th btreet we?t and G north. _ _ my 27_St* F. B^LORD. |^TEW BOOKS BY IK MARVEL AND OTHERS. Se ven Stories, with Basement and Attic, by Ik Marvel. Pricefi.6>. Jenny Wade of Gettysbnr*. Price 76 cents. Memoirs of the Duchess of Orleans, with bi ographical souvenirs and original letters.1 Price fl.ft . Adele, the Octoroon, by H. L. Hosmer. Price 91.fO. Cudjo'sCave. Price f 1.75. Cave Life at VickHbur*. Price SI. For sale by PHILP & SOLOMONS. my 27-3t 332 Pe n. avenue. rk NOTICE LFlCK^ON & KING Have removed their Wood andCcal Yard from the corner of Vermont avenne and 1 street, and are located on 14th street, be tween H and I ste. my2Rlw* ^HAMPAGNB AMD CLARET WINKS. Lonrworth's Sparkling CATAWBA CHAM P A<-? N E. Heldslck A Co. and Charles Heidoick do. Also, various grades TABLE CLARET, Together with an estensive sto?k of floe OLD RYE and BOURBON WHISKIES, in wood wad in bottles. In store and for sale by BERJ. BIALL, ny%-6t Late Middleton L Bea 1, 365 Pa av. ^ARRIAGES AT PRIVATE SALE. We bare just received at onr Baxaar aad Repos itory. 98 Louisiana avenue between 9th and 1 th rU.. a Urge number of all kinds of 0?RRI%OE8. B feGlES ROCKAWAVB.TROTTING WAGONS Rf AD WAUONS. BUSINESS WAGONS; Ae which we have been instru ted to sell, at arivate sale, by tfa? builders, and to which we call the attention of purchasers WM. L WALL ft 00., Anetioceers and Commission Merchants. my ? 3t south comer Pa. av. and tth rt. ^OR SALE?One strong three-?prtr>g WAGON - wi.,h ,a VA Ajso. doaMe and sinale HARNrS4. Inquire at J. JoUYE ^ A(l * I ^hjter Beer House, corner 6th and B ?ts., CapItclHiR. aaytS-4t* ksSPT.JTV -S v.s* ~ i O'tJL^CK P. frt NOT TKUR. We are satisfied that there i? no ni i ;a the statement ly a , otemporary. "that an ofd?r ha- he?n ssuen h> G-ii r^.l Grant placing all t e ?ro< j ? in 'he depar;mert of 11'ifl' Virginia HDi1"r the coram nd <f Major G^nem PaKly) S.i.it , and Mfjor Get erai Hml-r ?s a. cir-f*U M' uaiy Governor ot the I^parim-nt Me* '.? ?,n r'*r?. until a?ter Richmuud In captured, at to ies? Monroe. ?Aho, that all the troops In the field, (a th* Dei artment of the Gulf and west of 'he Musu ? ppi r ver, not including Missouri. ire t;> *e commanded by Maj. Gen. Cm by, and Maj G? r. Hank# has been appointed Military Gov ernor of Louisiana, h< adquarteie at .New Or leans." THE CASK OF AROUKLLBS. In the cute of drgnelles, the Captaiu Gen* fral of Cuba announces the arrival of Ar guelle- at Havana hy tbe st*amer Eag'e, In custody of th* Spanish agent. rhe Captain General, in bis letter, returns his thanks to Mr. Seward for the service which he has ret dered to humanity, by furnishing tbe medium through which a grett number of men will obtain tb<ir emancipation, whom tb- escape ot Argneiieg would have re dueed to slavery. The CaptaHl General adds that simply tbe presence of Argu-lles, on bis retnrn to this Island, has already, and in a few mtnu'es, given liberty to eighty.six human be.ngs. RETORTED CAPTURE OF SOME OF OUR CAY ALRY. It is reported upon thestreeta to-day that tbe detachment of cavalry which was sent ant to the Wilderness from Fredericksburg for the purpose of bringing In some of our wounded which were left in field hospitals has been captu red. Thi< may possibly prove to be true, as nothing: has been heard from them; but the acthoritles b?re appear ti> be satisfied that the force was sufficiently stock to repel any attack j that may be made by the guerrillas who infest that neighborhood. ? " Changi of Pkoobammk.?In consequence of a tempora ry hoaremess of Mr. Stemech^, of the op< ra troupe, now performing at Grover's, th? opera of Lt Dame Blanche will be substitu ted lor Don Giovanni to morrow night. On Wednesday nlgbt Don Giovanni will be performed in effective stjle. con?ki<:?4hio!m a l. &XXVIIITI OON<-t K KHM.? fl KHT t*K?tiION Momuat. Mav 33. Sbkatb.?The consideration of the Internal Reven. e bill whs returned Mr. Fesse- den prop eed an am->n<lm nt to tbe end 01 tbe t/3d sectiwn. imposing a duty ot one p> r cent 01. hnl ion iu Ingot, ha s or ot-ier wise, provided it shall not ezieud to mineri or or ginal prod m ere Mr. I'onnees desired to have the Hous-? pro vision in another part of the sam* section struck out before acmg on this. That provis ion beii e as follows: "The gold and silver produced from quartz n iiies, fr< ra btds of rivers, from the earth, or I in any o'hi-r way or roauner, a duty of five per ce. turn." Discus.-ion ensued between Mes?r$. Fessen den,Conness, McDougall. Nesmith and others. Iioupe ?On motion of Mr. Morris, of Ohio, tbe Committee on the butrict of Columbia were instructed to Inquire into the expediency of repotting a bill providing that all juvenile off- nders convicted of crime in tbe said dis trict be sentenced to some bouse of correction outside of the District, at the least expense of the Government On motion of Mr. Davis, of New York, the Committee for ibe District was Instructed to investigate and inquire generally 1Qto the financial condition of the Washington Na tional Monument Association. Tbe House took up the resolution heretofore offered by Mr. Rollins, declaring that, prompted by a just patriotism, we are In favor of an earnest ard successful prosecution of the war, and tbat we will give a w rm and hearty sup. port to all those measures which will be most effective in speedily overooming the rebellion, and in securing a restoration of peace,and which ma> not subs'antlally infringe the Constitution and tend to subvert the trne thecy and character of the Government, and we hereby reiterate tbat tbe piesent deplorable civil war has been forced upon tbe country by tbe di-unionists now In revolt against tbe Constitutional Gov ernment; tbat in the progress of this war Con* gress, banishing all feeling of mere passion or resentment, will recollect only its duty to the whole country; that this war is not waged on our partln any epirttof oppression, nor for any purpose of conquestor subjugation, nor for the purjoseof overthrowing or in-erferiog with the rights or establisBed institutions of those State*, but to defend and maintain tbe supremacy or th* Ounstitutlon, and to preserve tbe Union with all the dignity, equality and right9 of tbe several States unimpaired: and that as soon as th?s? objects are accomplished the war ought to cease Mr. Rolllrs advocated the resolution. While holding there was no punishment too severe for the leaders of the rebellion, we ought to open the way for the misled people to return to the.r allegiance. A?ter the war Is over there must he nigotlatlon and reconciliation. Whilst be was in iavor of carrying on the'war for-the purp< ee mentioned in tbe resolution, he never theless, expressed tbe opinion tbat if the war had b?en < arrUd on upon tbe principles of the Crittenden resolution, it would be now proba blv termli at??d. Mr Fernshdo Wood, after failing to obtain an opp?r unity to amend the resolution, mived to la) irnpi n ibe table. Tbis wa disagreed to?yeas 17, nays 114. The resoli tion was then ref-rred *o 'heCora r~ittee on tbe Reoellious States?jeas 81, nays 67. The House resumed tbe consideration of the Kentucky coi tested election case. L<H)AL nkws. Thb Celkbbatiom-of thb Sabbath School Uhion.?The annnal celebration ot the Sab bath Si hool Uulon took place to d.tv, an t all the schools were tully represented They pre sented a die anpearance as th?v mirched tbrongb the streets, and attracted large crowds ot spectators. [Owing to an accident our report of the first three divisions will be delayed till to-morrow] FOURTH DIVISION. Tbe schools of the four-b division, compris ing tbe Fifth and Sixth Wards, took up the line 01 march shortly after 9 o'clock, tbe various schools, as tbe procession passed their respec tive rooms, joining in, a baud of ma?tc leading, and arrived nt the Capitol shortly after ten o'clock. The-e schools appeared In the follow ing order, nncer direction ot Wm. Middleton, marshal of tbe division: Methodist Protestant, East Washington, R. B. Ferguson eop-rintendent, J. W. N-clols marshal, with 116 scholars and 20 officers, beaded by a magnificent banner bearing a pic ture or the Infant Samuel, surmounted by a wreath. iSecond Baptist, (N -vy Yard)?G. F.Gulick, superintendent; K. A Dulin, G. P. Bohrer, and Joseph Cltrk, marshals, with over '250 In line. This school carried a bandsoue baune , on th* front of whi b w*s an open Biole, with tbe motto " Seatch tbe Scriptures." Waugb Cbapt 1, (< api'ol Hill)?T. P. Sparks, superintendent, wi h 2?2 in line- A splendid banner, on which ?u tne representation of a child at prajer, with an angel on either side and under It tbe inscription "Our Father who an in Heaven," beaded tbls school, and in the llDe were also b >rn? a number of flags. Capitol Hill Young Men's Ohnstian Associa. tlon Mission?J. T. Huchard, superintendent, 70 in lin>-, with banner coutaining a picture of an open Bible, with tbe Inscription "Feed my 1> robe." Capitol Hill Presbyterian School, Rev. John Sessford, superintendent?40 teachers and scholars, bearing among tb> m a fine large flag. This school is a new one, started tu connection with a new Presbyterian church oa the Hill only a ew weeks since. For some cause the large and fine school at- - tached to tbe Ea?t Washington Methodist Church was not in line. fifth Division. The schools of the Seventh Ward (fifth di vision) assembled on the Smithsouiai> grounit in large numbers, making a verv fine appear ance, and marched by way of Pennsylvania avroe to tbe Capitol nnder direction of Mr. C B Church, marshal of the division tu the fol'owing order: R\ land Chapel. Thomas K. Gray, superin tendent, end v* . N Rowe, marshal, witn about 130 In line. A splendid banned, with a re pre smtnMnn of an open Bible and the motto, "IJrht for all," with a number of large flvrt, were burns hy this school. Gorsoch ( bapei, W. R. Hunt, superinten dent rnmberli g 150. with a banner bearing tbe name of the aehool on the front, and oa the t 1 : r?Tfrs<? in open Mbl*, with mr>tto, "Light for all " T*hs r-.-l ?< -I, ;)iis!<1->rln? t lit -.tnria? ma pntiLiear tbe church wa-, closed f >r a consid desorv -s spe-ial ro?'ntion for th* i: r. ber and general tJm? app??Hr*a :?? of tU> chcol. bixib Preihyterlan >*cho M. Pearson, (?BPermn cdPnt; Iferrv KM*. nar-h ?1, with 05 (?ctniars ?n lino Utaded by a tine 'jnontr, with h t eyre'tnta jn of ? vo children rcidin* a bit on it* front, and on th- reverse the nam* and late ol organisation of the s nool. tWenth 5?treet ! resbyt-r'ar.. bt-ad-d ?>y a baud 0! uscitnc, under the direct! n of ^Val'er N'fWtt ti, marshal, with >S6 scholar *n.i teach ers m lin*. A hi 'DT bear np on the ?ron; the rt vresentatior. r-f a youth wi'h Kthle in hl? it i s. on th? -;ite of a mountain. witf. itw , >1 press towards the h-Uh',"'was ear ned by tlu? school, an* a large fl ?g wa< borne * vwrnk'T ol small hove, wM!? others car tied ? n.- Jit-r II g*. presetting quite an attrac tive api^Btacce. . , . !-iard Baptist. John P. Lnoaa superintend erit. ?- ^d Mr H. ndley nnr?hal. bearing a flaw vhiie vi?jt banner with suitable inscription, * ?b K' scholars in line S'. Jour's I ntheran?R?v. Mr. flennl*hatr?en ao'inr ?ni ertntendenf; ^r.'rbielok-* m irshal, w> h Of' scholars in line, and r#d silk banner ?pb rar e of the school a their h-ad The boys of the Newsboys' Home did not appesr tf? pr cession, as they wre all too busy in kob'np out for an ?>Extra " On arriving In tbe Capitol grounds, the Pr?" crfiirn was trarched around the walks, and the schools were soon seated in front of th? musi-' stand, vkl'en the exerebes took place, Mr. George R Thompson leading the singing. Thf- cper.lny pTnver was made by R*v. Mr. Mace of Vermont; the second prayer by Rev. Mr J-bi son it the Second Bantist (Navy Yard) Church. Approoria'e addresses **re delivered hy H< n Mr Myers, of Pa- a id Rev. Mr. toilette, of the 13th street R ?pMst Ohur 'h, and abont noon, the programme having been rone throu,h with, the assemblage dispera-'d. Ib-sides the schools, there ww a larire nuni ber of spectators on the pround, and tbe fine ao pi aran-e of the schools was the subject ot fre qner.t remark. ^~~"""" ? - MJBPiciors of Grawo Larc?*t. ? Last j right W m Roberts was arrested by offl-er Williams upon suspicion of stealing over #30 from O. V. Knoles. Knoles is a wounded sol d-er, and Roberts a brakesman on the U. S. Military Railroad, and both occupied rooms in the American Hotel, 7th street, neir Penia averne. Knol?-s laid down on hia bed and had his money In hie pocket book in bis p >ck?*t. Kno'e* slept and when he awoke Roberts w^ in tt e room and Knoles missed his money. There was no evidence to show that. Rob-rts tock the mon>-y and Knoles would not mike tt*e (barge po^itivelv against, hitn. Jns'ice (iiber^on held Roberts tor a farther hearing at noon to-morrow J . < has Wnsh'neton, colored, was arrested bv officer McElf'esh 'or stealing from Mrs Rebecca Smith. Wasbir gton was a ?^rv im employed by Mrs. Smith for three months pist, afd riu'ix gthat ?im? varlons littl? th?fts ha<--e been perpe'rated; and the prisoner was flIV* pt cted, but no po?-i'ive proof could be bronrht a??inst bim. La?t rieht Mrs Smith locked her mf~ne> in a v> ritine de?k, locked th?- roitn d or. at d went to church. TTpon her return gb? dis-corered t^e room had b*en entered, tre desk broken open, and the money taken: and wliAt wa?. ?nrpriving, a quantity of jewdry and silver ware in tbe denk was n"touMvd. Mrs. Smith testified that the pr^ooer whs 'h I st servant sh? saw the house when slie wert to < hnr< h The case being very suspi cions, jn?tice Giberson held bim to bail for fnrthei hearing. ? WocwdsdOvficebs.?The following wound ed t?fli' ers have reportwl *tt 'he offlc^f Sursj^on 1 homas Antif-ell: Lt pat'k St fcarly,15 h Pt ca\ air'; I-ient. .Ti<hn A. Stannis, 11th In I.; rapt. Sam. Nicholas, llth Ind.; Uapt.Owel H. Willsrd, 61th N Y: Lient. Chas. Soule, filth N. Y , T. C. Cas?e, A. I>. O. to Qen. Grim i; rspt A. M L^be. 7th Ind.: Chaplain W R Jewell, 7th Ind.. s nt to Annapolis T-iem Iinniel Urowiev, 161th N. Y., do.; Oapt. Rich d Fi'zperalrt, 17th Pa. cav., do.: Lient. Nathan Appleton, A. I> O. 5th corps; Asst. Surg. G-o. W.Saylor, 116'h Pa.; Lient. John Jnngerl'h 12Ut I'a : Capt. Frank Ohamberlnin. 125th N Y., sent to Annapolis; Capt W. R. Hillyr, 7th N.J : Ideut I H. Livingston, 7th N. Jj: Chap la n David Hayier, 1st Mich ; Lient. Renj. G. Perbinc, 7th R I, sent to Annapolis; Cant I?aac P. Fall. 32d Me., do.; Lient. George Newbee 1st Mich, do.; Lieut Thos. D. Scofle d, 27th Mich., do; Chap. Ale*. Miller,8th O ,do; Lient. Anson Heffrin 2Uh N. Y. cav., do. Lie.nt Geo E. Albee, 36ih Wis., do.; Lient. Os car Hancock, 2~th Mich., do.: Lient. Ohas. A. Parker, 6th Mieb. cav., do.; Lient. Carlos A. Parrows. 1st Vff cav, do.; Lient. J F. Nn man, 2d N. Y. mt'd nfl'n, do ; Ll"ut. Freeman C. Luce, f6th Mass. do.; Lient. Eenj F. Cbes ley. 5Mh Mass , do. Those marked sect to Annapolis were or deied th?*re in consequence of no perceptible wonnd or ailment. ^ Fiobtiko Rotb.?Saturday afternoon,"'Offi cer Pendall arrested three yonng men, George Cudlip, Charles Wharton, and James McDon ald, lor fighting on Pennsylvania avenve, be tween 4# and 6th streets As all appeared to be under the irfluence ol whiskey, It is proba ble tbnt whiskey was thecanee. Jus'ice Ba'es held them to bail for peace. Shortly after offi cer Morris arrested Georee H Rrtler and An drew Le\vi? colored, for fighting at the corner cf 7th and G street#, whiskey was tbe probable canse of tbeir fight, aDd Justlc* Giberson fined Butler 81.5S, tor being noisy ia the station house and dismissed Lewis who behaved bet ter. Ed Hngbes, F. Ransbaw, and Lncien Warfield, three soldiers, got drunk and had a fight about 11 o'clock, on Pennsy lvania avenue near 3d street, aud were arrested by officer O'Connell. Justice Giberson dismissed them npon their promise to do no more fighting among their fellow Invalids. Captain Whl'key had a large company under bis command Sat urday night. Navy Yaut?.?The gunboat Q,neen, of Ad miral Lse's squadron, arrived up yesterdiy from Fortress Mouroe for ordnance stores. Tbe Ella is being rapidly put in ord-r. and tbe Don the captnred steamer,'not schooner, as stated by n cot?-mpor?rv,) is being rapillv refitted, preparatory to making her the flag ship ot Com. Parker, of tbe Potomac Flotilla Tbe stfam fire-engine Hibern a, which has be> n und>r repairs, was tried on Saturday afternoon,throw ing powerful streams, evlnc ing the superiority of *team over hand po wer, a- d givin.' general satisfaction to all who wit* n "?d ttu trial. Nearly every department in the yird is cbo^k np viith work, particularly th* boiler-mtker? and macbinUts; tbe la'ter depanm nt having row wo sets of machinery lor gu< boats on band Good boiler, ma tors and machinists are conch wan ed in the yarrt. Thb Mai owb Robbbkv.?Tbe readers of the >tar will emtmber 'berobberry of Paymaster y a one, on O str- et near Four-and-a-half, some months ago, of money amounting to aoou* ?70,000 W? bear that ibree parties have been arres'ed on in*ormatiou that they were con nected with the rob wy. It is reported that one Du^an. late a detective officer, and Kenney, said to be connected with tbe New Yore press, and also a person named Murphy baye be? n arrested. A man by the name of Hogan is said to bare been also arrested by th? Government Al^o a woman, whose name w? could not learn, Ie mixed up in tbe atTiir, and all are now in tbe Old Canitol. A part of the money has been recovered?some of the origi nal. "The arre?ts w-re made by Mr. Wm Kneas*, acting by authority ot Superintendent Wood, of tbe Old Capitol prison. D? cibion op JcHTtca Batks?Justice Bates, this afternoon, after h tving for two days lis tered to the evidence in th- cases againstCapt. N&tban Darling and M. K Levitt, who were arrested tor assault and battery upon each other rendered hie judgment. Mr. Layitt was dismissed, there being no evlden 'e to justify t?:e sending of hi* case to conrt. Oapt. Darling was held to bail for court in th? mm of *500, tbe Justice deciding tbat the evidence clearly indicated that be was tfce assaulting party. Stabbed ? At out one o'clock this morning, a row occurred id ibe restaurant at tbe corner of 7th and L streets, kept by a Mr. Sieger, be tween tbe landlord, btrkeeper, aid a mm named John Waters, in which the latter re r-eiyed a stab iu the shonlder, as also the pro prietor. Water# was found by Ottlc-r* Harri son and Brennan and taken to Dr. McKim's of fice where his wounds were dressed State op thb Thermometer At Frank lin & Co >, opticians, No. 214 Pennsylvania avenue, tbe tbeimometer stood to-day at 1 o'clock K) In the shade, and 100 in the sun. WANTED?A BOY, shout 18 or IS years old, to tend Bar. Corner K street and Connecticut avenue. . it'y Restaurant for balk; only si*-; hu s rot-msin the louse. Rent fl\ L qui e 463 101 h street, between P mi?* K. wy 3 -tt? AN iernen wishing to adopt ? UOY,<> eld, eau do so ?v inquiring at ?>29 - Jin s rset. below B street north jny W-lw* C*0P RENT?Two famished RnOM9onJr>t 9oor, * with gas snd bsth house, for contlemen m' ?; No. 414 7th street between G nod H. oy30-^k* I^BEAT PAEQA1W?FO'< S-ALK?Fixture and "I (< od wit of a J EW Kt.RY B ORB, T?r? r^e?p. For psttl<'ulnrs Inquire at this olfles. my P)R 8ALE-On sccnmmotstlrg t?rm-, a Urge FOUR tTOKY RCILDIN'Oou 0street.butwe'n lJth snd IStb. Inju re oo th? premises, myjint* FOR RENT?In s private family, two hanlinmi. lv furnished ROOMS; tog?- th?r or St-pirately, Inquire at 276 H streeWn^sr l^th. my 30-Sf I/rRNI8RH> ROOMS TO KENT, to rentb^Ten ? only, dellvhtfu'lv sitaatad on thn Hel?ht? ??f Georgetown. Inquire at the War Office. my3 >-3t* HANDSOMELY FURNISHED T \RLOR* k^V ItKD ROOMS TO RUNT, to a*nrt*m>>a. with outroard. Location. first-claes. Inquire at 4fW? l'>tn gtrpyt, near Lafajette Square. nir "lu-3t' KENT?Two oonnc tint KOOMS, t i.r. l " rear. "o '?worn! floor, th?? situation mo t df?: !<?. bcinc f*ir? ctly opposite the pobl ie garden, on Missouri n\enue, between 4.'j an-1 t.tii s'r?<?t.?. rable on Mi No 24. Call for three day*. niy30-St* I PST?Ot> Ma> SHb. between corner of I th an-? " ? L sts. and esley Chapei. a tine go>d HKAOK LIT A suitable re war 1 will tin given 1 ? jr ln*viug it -.1 MOULDKN A BROWN'S wood an <1 ens' office *4- corner 15th and f! st* .or Mr DAWKS' Dru? Store,corner 1 th and L st*. my30 3t* BOARDING ?Several can be accom modated with flrst-c as* Board acd pleasaat Room* in Geo-gi-toa-n. One fio* large rn?m will be varan* on the Brut of June, suitable for thre# gentlemen or a small family. Apply at 21-j Bri.Ig?i at.cot. near Frederick. miW-M* J HORSES ! BOR.SES !' HORSES ?'! U>T A RR! V KD. and tor aalo. onehun-i dred and twenty-five HORSH^ Among them aie severs! fine Ssddln rtnrse* and4 go>d Draught Horses. P-rsons in u<**d of such hors-s ill make ear'y application, ho they are not likely to remain long Can be seen at the "Threw Tung" Stables, on 3d street east, between M hq! N. myjn-y |?Y J. o. McGCIRJi A CO., Auctioneers. DKPIBABLE LOT 0* RIDOK BTRRET BETWKBM 4TB AND 5TH STREETS WEST. Go FRIDAY AF'i E NOON, Jane 31 at? o'clock, or the premises. w- shall sell. L< t No. J', in Square N ?. 513. fronting 60 feet 6 inches en Ridge street, betwee ? 4tb and 5th streets west, running caok 106 feet 8 inch*?. _ , Tbii Lot is beautifully situated on * high and commanding p sition. and ia very desirtble as a she fordwelUn?a Term-* On*- third c*?h. tbe romainlertn four and eight months, with interest, secured by a dee4 ? ft: n*t on he premises. ir y 3 d (Rep 1 J C. McG TIRE A CO , AucU. B YG. J. WHIT BANK A CO., Auctioneers and Commission Mtrrhnnn, 305 Penna avenue. between 13th and 13*-; sts. PAT E Of FANCY GOODS. On WEDNESDAY EVENING. June 1st, com m? nciog at 7S o'cl jck, at the Auction Store, .10% P*nnsuvansa avenue, between 13th a?d i3l. street# LARGE SPECIAL SALE Of 500 superior and elegantly bound PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. POORS.?l.orif volumes, new ana choice edition** Note Paper. Envelopes, Ac. A splendid lavoice of J%WRIRY. consisting oC S*ts Guard Chains, Rings, Bracelets, Ac , com piising a line of fresh and desirable Goods, froas well known Manufacturers of Philadelphia an I New York, and made exprestly for city retail t-ade. Terms cash mv Sii-.tt. B Y J. 0. MoGUIRK A CO., Auctioneers. E 1CT TOR'S SALE OF NINE VERY DESIRA Bl E BUILDING LOTS ON NEW JERSEY AV.. B1TVEEN E ANn P STREETS NORTH. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON. June 7, at 6 o'cli. on 'he premises we snail sell LotsNos. 12,13 14, In, 17,18 19, 21, and 22. in subdivision of Square No ?2? fr ntit g each 22 feet 6 inches on the east aids of >ew Jersey avenue. b?-tw?*n E and F streets Mirth and running hack 126 feet 3 inches to a tif een fett alley, and containitg each 2 850 square et-t 1 hose L? ts ?re in the immediate vicinity of the R lir- ta D-pc:. and on the great thoroughfare ri n> the Caoitoi and Depot to the northern and erstern pert o? the i Ity Terms One third in cash, the remainder in si*. twelv*.ai.o ei?ht^en months, with interest assured t y a d.ert i < trust on the premises. C r ve< ancea at the or st of the purchaser, mv * d J C McOUIRK A CO Ancts. Y J. C. McGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. B ? HANCER1 PALE OF VALUABLE VACANT Lmt- AIJ01NINO ilIRCITV, aT TH K OOR MR O^ I'l E AK D BOONDAKY STKKkTS Oi> WLDMpl AY AFTERNOON. June Sfi.'at t a' k ck, on the premises, by virtue oi a dec-ev of the Fupr-tue C? urt of the Di-trict of Colu tibia snt'i g ir chancery, pa'sed on th- ?tl day of April, |:6l. iu a certain exu e wherein Georite M, Miller i? com(lalnant and Ellen Miller etalsre defead sti's (No. 146 ) we si all se'l. part o.* a Tact ot land I elor git g to the esta'e of the U*e Cbnr!e? Mlll-r. f ?>titi! t on SeTenth street wes^.on The east atd we>t fi os, ?nd on B und? y street, divided into *< o<l ?ixen Building Lets, plats cf whioli m?y b? ? b aii.ed of. ither of the Trustesf or the Anrtioa priiif to tbe ssle, or on the premises at the ti1 e of ?ale. The^e L sare Just outside of the Corporation I mite at 4 con e<;uently are not iiab e for city ?axes Terms : Ore third in cash: the remainder in aix, twelve, and eighteen months, viih interest, for wbicl the pn ctaser mu?t gire notes secured to e sstisfa ti'<nofthe Trustees. The purchasers ?? havt- ti e option ef paying all in cash. CoDve* ai.ciLg and s amps at the cost of the pur ebaeexs. 1 f the t rms or sa'e are rot compiled with within f ve da>s thereafter, tbe Trustees reserve tae right ? f re ee! ii g. at tl e risk and expense of the de fanltir.g purchaser, on one week's notice in ths N*ti( Lfcl Intelligencer. A BOHRER, 1 E C MORGAN. Trtit?M, A. TH08 HRADLEY.S my.3f.eoA ds J. C. McOUt KK&. CO.. Ancta. LANSBURQH Sc BRO.'S BALTIMORE BARGAIN STORE. 3T5 SEVBXTH ST.. Third Duor Above I Btxbrt. Immense stock of NEW SUMMER DRV GOODS, BOrGHT BEF0K8 THE RKCK.VT ADTASCS. SILKS, SHAWLS. AND DRESS GOODS. Black Silks from XI up, Mozamhiqnesof all tl?e new styles, in plain, strips and plaid. Also, 60 cases of all possible brands of Bleached and Brow* Cottons. These goods we guarau t< c to sell at much less than factory prices. Yard wide Bleached Muslin only 25 cents per yard very scarce. Larie stock of Housekeeping Goods, Linens. Whit Goods. Towels, Napkins, etc. A beautiful lot Lac i Shawls and Mantillas from auction, l/H' prime Shawls of our own importation, *** LAWNS-LAWNS! In great variety, very cheap. Amongst the* can be found 1 case Brown Ground with smai white figures, very scarce. Cassimers. C'ottorades and Linen Goods, for men's and boys' wear, io great variety. 1.2* Sun Umbrel'as of all sizes at reduced price*, ly dozen Black Silk Mitts, with or without fiagers from & certs a pair up. Yard wide small figured Calico, warranted faa co'ers, 22 cents, Black and Wh te Calicoes, 1SX cents per yard. Ladies' and Children's Hoop Skirts, 2^ spring only 50 cents, With a great many other bargains too numero to n ention. Call at once at LAN8BURGH A BRO.'S BALTIMORE BARGAIN Si ORE, 37? Sevinth SritaiT, my 28-2t" 3d door above I street. ^JAIL HAMILTON'S NEW BOOK^ ~~~ Stumbling Blocks, by Gail Hamilton, (just out ) Pnre f I Th* Maine Woods, by Henry D. Thoreau. Prlc* #l 25 Just published, and for ?ale by PHILP A SOLOMONS, my 23-St 332 Penn. avenue. pOTATOKS! POTATOES! 1 <*0 bushels prime POTATOES for family use, SEED POT AUTOES of different varieties for lat? June planticg. For sale by J. P. BARTHOLOW, 55* 7th street, near the canal, Agricultural and Hardware Warehouse, my 27 eogt A_ NOTICE T The new a d cheap DRY GOODS STORE or JACOB GREENTREK you will And Calicoes at 20 to |3 cents; bleached Cotton 5 per cent hel?>w the Baltimure market price ; a large stock of the chf-lceet pattfrna D**?a Goods; 15 pieces leather colored Alpacas, Mozambique*. A4o dozen of the latest styles Hoop Ski-ts. the cheapsat in the city. Havingmanufiftured. of 81 k bought at auc tion, a large lot of M(liea' and Children 'a Coats, I an iiow offering fttetn at ?5 per cent below th* market price. Just received th? lateat Parisian style of Grenadine Shawls. Constantly to hand i * laege stock of Hosiery. Hmakerehiefs, French Corsets, Pun UmKrellas. Ac . Ac. An early cal' la solicited. I JACOB GREENTHEE. 421 7th st , my 27 eo6t*_ ' between G and H sis. p A RBI AGES. V CHAISES, _ . , , CABS. 40. Jnat received a very large and splendid assort' of CHILDBSN'8 CARRIAGES. CHAI8E8, ^ .. . CABS, AO , which we are running off at remarkably low pr icw. BON' Z A GRIFFITH. tnv30 2w 3K9 7th at., bet. land K. [Alex. Gairtte and Journal.! 486 PAPERHANGINGS. A selected and varied stock of Fin*, Medium and Low-priced Paperhanglngs. Borders. Statues. Ac., at J. MARKkITEE'S, 4-67th street. Eight doers above Odd Fallows' Hall. Terms cash ap ?-lmif* V PRIZES CASHED ? N All legalised lotteries. Information riven, Circulars sent free, and all orders promptly at' tended t?>. Address _ JOSKPH BAT S. 11 Wall street. N. Y , ap?Hm Post Ofloe Box 4.>*4. PICTURE CORD AND TASSELS. rifferent sizes and co ors Picture Cord and T* Bight doors above Odd Fellows'HilL Terms cash . ap ?-lmif* 486 WINDOW SHADES. Different colors and eiaes Window Shadea in (More. Any reonlred ^tyle or ?ise Shsda made to order, at J.TlARK KfTKR'S. 4-6 7th street. Eight doors above Odd Fellows' HalJL Terms oash. np?-lmlf*