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W. 0> WA1XACH. ICditer mad Pr*pri?Mr. WA8HINQTOH CITY t Tl'FIOAV JINK 14, 1W. Ollieinl War Bulletin, TOTAL. DEFEAT OF MORGAN BY RLKBRID??> Three Hundred Rebels Killed and 300 W nun ?lr it?4 apt or r of 400 Prisoner* tad t.OOO llorifi. WA8H1KGTOW, J UUP 14?2 A. U. To Major General IHx, A<?c York: We have despatches from the Army of the Potomac as late as 8 o'clock fbls morning. The movement was at that hour in succeaa. fnl progress. No reports to-day from Oen. Sherman. Tbe following despatch from (.General Bur bridge, commanding in Kentucky, has jast renebpd b>-ie: ??I attached Morgan at Cyntblana at day. light yesterday cnornmp, and after au hour's hard fighting completely routed him, killing three hundred, and wounding nearly as many mere, and capturing nearly four hundred pris oners besides recapturing nearly all of Oen. Hobeons command, and orer cap thousand hor^e*. Otir let-s in killed and wounded is about one hundred and fifty. Morgan's scat tered fort as are flying in all directions, have thrown awiy their arms and are ont of am munition and are wholly demoralized Despatches from Gen. Butler, at nine o'clock this evening, indicate no change in his com> ?and. No further intelligence has been received from Oen. Hunter. JEi>win M SrAWToa, Secretary of War. HONOR TO THE SIXTH ARMY CORPS. (By Telegraph.) HaiHjtTAKTnRS arict O* PoTO*AO, Jnn* I. To Maj. Gen. Wright. Please give my thinks to Brig (ten. Rickets and his gallant command for the yery hardsome minner with which the? nave conducted them selves to-day. The success obtained by them is of great import- ' ance, and if followed up will materially ad vance onr operations. Respectfully yonrs, Oko 0-. Mbap, Maj Gen. Major General Wright reqn-sta nn t<? say tbat be transmits tbe within with pleasure. K. P. Hawtsao, A. A. G. PROMOTED. Lieut. John T. Potts, of the 6th regiment ?eteran reserve Corps, now in chirg** ot the miliary detectives and p.itrols at the head quatters Mili'ary District ot Washington, has, b7 direc ion of President Lincoln. beeu pro moted to a captaincy, bis commission to dat? from the r-th ju&tant. RETIRED. Colonel Wm. Dulany, Lieutenant Oolonels Ward Mar^ton and J. G. Reynoida, of the Mar se < orps, bt?v-? be?n retired. Th?? flrst named has teen in service over 46 years, the second 44 years, and the third Jft years. Maj, Zetlia la now the swui^- nfn-'?r PKR-oifAL ? John G. Nicoiay, Esq., the pri vate secretary of the President started out Went yesterday on a journey for bis health He will probably extend hu trip aa far as Denver, Colorado Territorv, before his return. Tan British Ministry Dkkhatbd.?The steamer Helgian, from L.Ivervioal, on ihe )M mat , parsed (?ape Race on Snndav last, for Quebec. The Government, it is reported, was defente<i, in a full House of Commons, by n vote of ten majority. Thar tnis will lead to Important changes there can b.t no question, and further news will be looked for with great interest. Cohf kmatio.nh Ysstr&uay. ? Brigadier Geneial John Buford, United States volun teer?, to be maior general In the volunteer force, July 1, ''?63; deceased. .lobn C. Tyler, of Vermont, to be assistant adjutant general, with the rank of captain, iu the volunteer force. J*0>THE NEXT REGULAR MEETING 0? the Board r>f Tru*teA* of the Public School* Will beheld on TUESDAY next, the 14th instant. at 4>i o'clock, p. m. je 11 .H R. T MORSELL. Secretary. ^ RATIFICATION MEETING. IL?f A MA8* MEETING to ratify the nornina Tsoft!- of ABRAHAM LINCOLN for President. and ANDREW JOHNSON for Vice President of the United 8'atea. will be hell on the south sido of the Patent Office 03 WEDNESDAY EVENING, Jane 15. ISM. under the auspices of the Union League of 1 A merica. Able Breakers will addrees the meeting, anlap- ' propriate proceeding* be had. All are invited to attend. gAT 10!*4L HXgCCTtVK COMMITTED. Bon. J. M. EDMUNDS, Bon. J W FORNEY. Hon. ORBEN ADAMS, W R. IRWIN, W. 0. STODDARD. LEWIS CLEPHANE. Rev. BYRON 8MNDKRLAND, Hon. D. P HOLLOWAY, J. 8 BROWN, GEORGE W. KELLOGG. non. JOSEPH n. BAKRF.TT. Bon. GROROE W McLELLAN, Hon. A. W. RANDALL, Hon. WM. P. DOLE, IUn. WM A. COOK. flon. EDW A. ROLLINS, fon. A. C. RICHARDS. je 11-tt CU)R SALE?4 light BAROUCHE. Apply at 444 r 7th street, between M and N st* Jel4-3t* GEO. MILL1R. PXRRINE'8 NEW topographical WAR MAP OF THE SOUTHERN STATES, with a Chronology of the Great Rebellion; 50 cents, ie 14 FRAJfCK TAYLOR. 0 RE 88 MAKING. DRFJSES CUT and BASTED in the most fash ionable manner, at 339 I, between 13th and 14th street* je 14-Tw* M?K SALE?A very promising^ Black Hawk * MAKE, mix years old. sound. and gentle in anv harness, and good under the saddle. ? ill b^ sold a hauaiu if early application \? m-de at RAIIMY '8 Union Stabler, corner fith and C sts Jel4.lt* Medical purveyors opkice, WisHiNOTO*. June 14, 1A64. Merchants of Washington and Georgetown de elrous of furnishing the Medical Purreyin* De partment of thie city with such articles of Hospital Stores and Furniture a* may be required, are re nested to aend in tbeir proposals to thin office at early a time a? practicable for examination. A sche in'e.as well at samples of articles required, can be seen on application at this office' C. SUTHERLAND. Jell-fit Surgeon U.S. A.. Medical Purveyor. rpais 18 TO GIVE N0TICE7 That th717b" I srribey has obtained from the Orphans'Court ?f Wash in n?on County, in the District of Colum bia. letters testamentary on the personal estate of Richard J. Clements, late of Wanhiugtoa City, D. C.. deceased All persons having claim* a^^inst the aaid deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit the *air.e, with the voucher* thereof, to the unb aciler. on or bef?>re the 4th day of June next: tbey may otherwise bylaw be exclud'-d from all 1 nu fit of the said estato. _ Giv,n under mv hand this 4th dav nf June. 18i4 MALVINA R. CL*MBNT3 : je 14 w-"tw^ E\e?ntriv. C'HILDREN S WARDROBE AND ' LADIES UNDERGARMENTS. S M MEYENBERG. ( Lat<- S. Jk \\. Meyenberg ) 1* Market Space, between .Seventh and Eighth i-ts^ Baa now a very large and superior stoclc of HOME MADE GIRLS AND BOYS' ST'ITS. HLOf'^ES, IHFANTS'i'LoTH ES of every description tinnd homely ?rtii1>r<>i<ier< d and plain. Alw? s large ?t<vk<.f-iik MANTILLAS. GOWNS, SHA* LS C1IKMISES and a g-*n>-ral s'. ?ck of DRBS4 GOODS EMRHOIDER1ES Ac., Ac. 1 ad:e* have charge of thin department. *y- On<- t.riee ?*?? if! be a'Ved witliout d viation; ?very article msrked with plain H. M ME\ KNB HO, i1? Market Space, under Avenue Mouse. !? ?.t between Seventh aiei Eight'i i?trei-ta. <M?ID PEN BUS IN KIM PGR* S ALE. -TUe only ? bnatn^ss of the kind In the city Eroni f3?> to >S ' en?h according to s-toca re'iuir- i' R"nt of a'?re only f 15 pr-r n'?>nta. Apjj!y t-arlv ' > LITTLE A CO., 43 ? P. ma tv.-nne, je F? Opp< ?:t- ITnit ?-! St .t?- ll?to|. jVllLLlN ERY ' MILLINERY !? MI'.LlJtKllY !'! ? '1 Mirts M. J PLATT Laving 03 unl 'arge assortment of P. N l.TS. II \th. raJl etc . will dispose of the sitne at c >it. n or-W <5^ to eio^e the summer tiade. Hieaa rail at hor i-hbw H, cms. N<?. 246 P?#n.ivt j e, n?ar lJJth -treet, ovtr the Telegraph Office. je Attution, ladies- ~~ '? READ MVRK. LEARN." and PAY ATTENTION! T'RINCF. on F street. St imps. Ylut-s, Cruups, Heni?, S4"ws. Braids, aad do-* a*' kinds ol work neatly, cheaply and promptly. Can a-.d see for >cur?eivts. Bemcuiber tne name PRINCE. J'Ulni STEAMER FAIKBAN KS HAS AKKl* ED PROM Hew York Consignee* will p'eaxe attend to re laovlnir their <ro<>'1a at once. Thi? atearoer sail* for N*-w Yer!. at 3 p. in., on Ti.i*w?. Ktb iostan' y, 13 ft MORG AN A RIIINKH VRT^ CA8RIAGE>! CARRI AGES: CARRIAGES! On hand, and constantly fini-'iin* up. a tine f\?<orinent of New and fW<tn<!-htn<i light CAK StlA?lS anch a- BCG^I E*. >Or \A VV A EX TENSIONS and HALF TOP?, BOAT WAGONS. ?V1 ?oon, a? price* are raiaing ? "WtieirK prttmatlv ajtend'td t<? rObT. h. <?RAHAM. Cnvhmaker, i r ?"?4 P aod i7"? 5'vrce* GEORGETOWN CORPORATION LAWS. A Rbkolotiok in relation to the direct tax law of Congress, of Augn?t 5. 1851. Resolved by th- Board qf Aldermen and Board of Cmmon CourtriI Qf th* Corporation of Q'orgrtowu, That the Mnyor, W. 4, Oox. of th* Board of Alder W' n. and ftonrp' Hill, of th? Common Council, lit and they sre hereby appointed a Oommittee to con fer with the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, in reference to the subject matter of bin comnuni ration to the Mayor, d*ted May 2d, 18-J4, concerning the tax of 49.417H dollars imposed on the Oitfrict of Columbia by the direct t?x law of Congre**. of August 5. It^il. and that said Committee adju*t th# 8roportion ot the tax to be paid by Georgetown, ani he method of collecting the came. Approved June 4,18)4. A RasOLrTio* to purchase Hose and for placing Keels in different sections of the Town. Whereas, it hat; been ascertained thit there ia at this tim--about one thousand feet of Hose on hand in different sections of the Town, five hundred feet of which are out of order: Therefore be it. Resolved by the. Board of Aldermen and Board of G*mfRM Council nf the Corp rutin* of (reortetoto*. That the cum of Twelve hundred dollars be, and the earn- is hereby appropriated, payable to the or der of the Chairman of the Committee on Fire Companies and Fire Enarines, for the procurement of such an amount of new Rose, as also the repair ing of rucb of the old Hose a* needs it, ana the erection of a suitable place for the keeping of one of the Reels in th* northeastern section of tne Town, as this sum will accomplish. Approved Juno 4,1364. A Rksolctio* relating tp the West Georgetown School House. Resolved by th* Board of Aldermen and Board ot Common Council vf th' Corporation of G'orgnown, That thw Guardians of the Georgetown Schools, be and they are hereby directed to have two windows of suitablesiae placed, ?ne in each front room of the basement of the Went Georgetown School House, fronting the south. Approved June4, 18 4. A Rbsolftion in favor *f John F. Essex. ' Resolvtd by the Boa d of Aldermen and Board of Conmton Council of the Corporation af Georteio'on, Thaithe Clerk pay to the order of John P. Essex the ?nin of Fire dollars in foil for white washing the Station Heuse. I Approved June 4, 1854. A Ribolptio* Establishing a Hackstand. Resolved by the Board of Aldermen and Board of Common Council of the Corporation of Genrgetonei Tnat the sanction of the Corporation is hereby given to establish a back stand on Washington street, above Bridge street, and opposite the Cnion Hotel, the owners of the property agreeing to it. Approved Jnne 4, 1864. A Rssolvtio* Approving th* Contract to Build a Market House. Resolved by th* Board of Alderman and Board of Common Council of the Corporation of Georgetown, That the contract agreed upon by the Market Bouse Committee with Jotm A; Rheem. Esq., of Washington city, D. C., be, and the fltme is hereby confirmed. [Passed June 4,18-J4. JOMINI'S LIPE OP NAPOLEON Translated from the French, with notes by Major General Halleck. 4 vols, with atlas, 825. PRANCK TAYLOR. DORROMBO COLLEGE, ? ? Biltimori Goujitt, Md. . Without interfering with the usual annual course this Institution wiU to open for the reception of a select number of young gentlemen during the sum mer months. They will be under the charge of an educated gentleman, and in August courses of instruction will be given in Natuial Science and Natora His tory arid Horticulture by Prof. I. 8 HALDEMAN. Their instructior will be adapted to the age and urderstanding of the boys who may bo admitted, and the confinement to study and instruction will not extend beyond two or three hours a day. Applications for admission to be address;d to Rev. E. Q. 8 WALDRON, near Pikesville. M ?ry land. Je li st* ^PRAGUE'S AND PACIFIC PRINTS. We shall open to-day,_ THREE HUNDRED PIECES 8PRAGUK 3 AND PACIFIC CALICOES, very choice styles. Also. ?? *?> pieces of medium and low price SUMMER DRESS GOODS, Just received from New York auction*. Large stocc of BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTON SHEET INGS AND SHIRTINGS. at low prices. J. J. MAY ft CO., SOS Pennsylvania avenne, Je 11 >t between ?th and 1 th sts. 1? TAKE NOTICE. nSAJ5 KTVK? 41 GROSS OP LUD wS? h ??2J?NJ10LA88 JARS and GLASS COV awlVLdo =^-XX'?,I.MPR0VBD PATENT HELP SEALING PRUT CANS with GLASS OOVER8. f!Iii /"T'?*.' Vegetable*, fto., in a per fectly fr?-sh state They require no Wax, Solder, or Cement, seal instantly, and are more easily sealed and opened than any other article ever in vented. Reliable directions for putting op all kinds of Fruit*, Vegetable*. Ac., will aocnnipM*y the Jar*. Samples of Pruits put up in these Jars last year , can be seen at my store. C. WOODWARD, Sole Agent for District of Columbia, No. Ji8 Pennsylvania avenue, 1 between nth and 11th st.s. JAY COOKE ft CO., ~ BANKER* NO. 4J8 FIFTEENTH 8TREET. . ? ... M WAsmm,TO?, June U, 13*4. ? e shall bid for a portion of the UNITED STATES fi PERCENT. BONDSOF 1991 propoAalfl for which will be opened by the Secre tary of the Treasury on Wednesday next, the 15th instant, as per his advertisement. . We shall be pleased to communicate vith and include the bids of any of our friends and cus tomers who may desire an interest in the loan, whether they fix the rate or prefer to share pro rata in our proposals. Applications must reach us as early as 10 o'clock a. m. on the 15th instant. J* 11 t!4th JAY OOORE ft CO. JULIP STRAWS. 1 O.'On JULIP 8TRAWS rJSred toTay.^For ?&le low. C. W. BOTELER ft SON, No. 318, Iron Ha I, Pa. av., 10 3t bet. 9th and IQttt sts. RARE CHANCE FOR PRINTER3.-A small capital will buy a good Job Office, which is ormgirig in a regular income of near $50 per month for use of a very sm*ll portion of material, witbont any labor. An energetic man can make V* P*.T month 'My. with very little labor. 1 will satisfy anyone that the above is correct and nobumbug, and.give my reasons for selling, by addressing (stating where an interview can be had) Printer,'' frtar Office. Je lo-3t* Tm ~~ FOR SALE HUNDRED barrelB prime WHITE CORN, I'rice ?7.51 per barrel, if taken at once Also, forty tons of WHEAT STRAW, baled last August, and under cover since. 130 LAMBS. H0RSB8, BEEVES and FRESH COWd. WM. D. BOWIE, J a Je9-6t* Collington P.O., Prince George's Co., Md. JVTOTICE.?The firm of DORSE Y ft WOOD.PlouJ 1^ and Grain dealer*, located on High street, Oeorgetown, is this day dissolved by mutual con sent All persons who have claims against the late P1**'? prMOTt them to our attorney. J. B. ,DAr"ii.for. adjustment, at his office, 47<i 8eveuth street. ?Washington. D. C. DOKS1Y & WOOD, (teorgetoan. D.C .June 3.1864. Je8-eo3t* OOFING FELT! ROOFING CEMENT R THOMAS FAHEY, Corner Ioth St. Wbst asd thh Cabal, ? . Washington, V. C., Being the only agent in this city for Roofing Felt and Roofing Cement from an old established firm, can afford to sell th* above articles at the very lowest prices. Hoofers and those engaged in the business are requested to call and see for thumselves, having a la'ge stock of th* above named articles always on hand. my 30-lm IVOR SALE?Several very elegantly finished I French 0OUPEB8. Also, a number, m of BBETTS or OPEN BAROUCHES forgMffia four person* iodide. These Carriages are finished in the most superb manner, and wuuld *utt either for pyivgte use or for public conveyances. MULLINGER 4 HUNTER. Corner of Howard and Franklin streets, mr 12- lm Baltimore jy| O D R N I K ? GOODS. BOMBAZINES. ALPACAS, Black CRAPE, MAKETZ,. Black TAMaRTINE, Black W0R8TED, GRENADINE. Black CHALL7. Black BMRAGE, Black % and 0 4 MOU8ELAIN, Black TAMESE. Black LAWNS, MOURNING SILKS, MOURNING SHAWLS. We offer the above goods in large or small quan tities, lower than they can be bought In this mar ket. J. J. MAY ft CO., Je 11 Jt 30* Pa. ay., bet. 9th a?d inth sts. WOOD FOR SALE ?About 400 cords of Wood, * v Oak and Pine, about three.miles from Wash ington on the railroad, and within quarter of a mile of Ri v?*'" Slip," and near the turnpike. For ale low. Apply to J. W. VEITCH. Attorney at Law . Bladensburg. Md. Je9-Jw* R"8IU"ATOS?,_j.F?I0.ltAToMn received a v*rvlarge ani complete assort BRh ment of tne celebrated lall CONTINENTAL, Zal] ?SEt!! MONITOR, W=l and EXCELSIOR REFRIGERATORS, which are atmltt*<t to he of the u?nst approved pattern*. an<i workmanship of the best quality, whirii ou tri*| and exaininati -n cannot fail to be appreciated by ?ll. BON TZ *. GRlFFI TH, i* 3 3BQ 7th street, bet. I an 1 K. 4?6 "ovessa 4^ v.'?s?emax ss Eight door* ab ve 044 Fellows'Hall. T't? fKsb ?p i>lmlf* PROPOSALS FOR LOAM. Tiaimr Dar AtTMiKT, Jan* S. ISM. To ensure the greatest possible vivor ia the opera tions of the armies now wrrini against the insur f?t?, under brave and skilful Generals. upoa a vest theater of operations, expenditures hare been increaaed beyond receipts from revenue and ordi nary subscriptions tothe National Loan. Sealed offer* will therefore be received at this De partment under the oct of March 3d, 1813, until noon of Wednesday, the 18th of Jutte.18?4, for bondaof the United States to the amount of Seventy-flve Mil lions of Dollars, bearing mi annual interest ofaix per centum, payable semi-annually in coin on the first days of July and January each year, and re deemable afterthe 30th of Jnne, MM. Each offer must be for fifty or one hundred dollars, or some multiple of one huadred dollars, and must state the sum, including premium,"offered for each hundred dollars ic bonds, or for fifty, when the offer is for more than fifty. Two per cent, of the princi pal? excluding premium?of the whole amount of fered must be deposited, as guaranty for payment of subscription If" accepted, with the Treasurer of the United States at Washington, or with the Assistant Treasurer at New York, Boston, Phila delphia, or St. Louis; or with the designated Depositary at Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Cincin nati, Louisville, Chicago, Detroit, or Buffalo; or with any National Banking Association author iced to receive deposits which may consent to transact the business without charge. Certifi cates in duplicate of deposits will be issued to deposi tors by the officer or association receiving them; the originals of which must be forwarded with the offers to tbe Department. All deposits should be made in time for advice of offers with certificates to reach Washington not later than the morning of June l.'.th. No offer not accompanied by Its proper certi ficate of deposit will be considered. The Coupon and Registered Bonds issued will be of the denominations of $30, flOO, SfiO-i, and |I,00">. Registered Bonds of f5,(JQU and $10,00 > will also be issued if required. All offers received will be opened on Wednesday, the l.r>th of June by the Secretary or one of the Assistant Secretaries, and notice of acceptance or declination will be immediately given to the respec tive offerers; and, in case of acceptance, bonds of the descriptions and denominations preferred will be sent to the subscribers at the cost of the De partment, on final payment of instalments. The original deposit of two per cent, will be reckoned in the last instalment paid by successful offerers, and will be immediately returned to those whose offers may not be accepted. The amount of accepted offers must be deposited with the Treasurer or other officer or association authorized to a?c under this notice on advice of ac ceptance of offer, or as follows: One-third on or before the 20th; one-third on or before the 26th; and the balance, including the premium and orig inal two per cent, deposit, on or before the 30th of June. Interest to the 1st of July on the several deposits will be paid in coin on the 30th of June, and interest on bonds will begin July J, 13>4. Offers under this notice should be endorsed "Offer for Loan," and addressed to the Secretary of the Treasury. The right to decline all offers not con sidered advantageous is reserved to the Govern ment. 8. P. CHASE, Je 4-td Secretary of the Treasury. ORDNANCE OFFICE, War Dbpastmhkt, W AbHIHGTOS, Juue II, 18*4. 1 Sealed Proposal* will be received at this Office, until Monday, the 27th day of Jun?, 18&4, for i4 POUNDERand 32 POCN DER SHELL, to be de livered iu the following quantities at the under named Arsenals, viz : *24 Porvcn?T * a. - OUSllll a* tun WatPPvliot Arsenal. New York. 5.003. At?the New York Arsenal, Governor's Islaud, New York 10.'?00. At the Alleghany Arsenal Pittsburgh, 5,000, At the Washington Arsenal, D. C., 5.0U). 32-POCNDER SHELL At the Watervliet Arsenal. New York. 5,0 0. At tbe New York Arsenal. Governor's Island, New York, in 00>. At the Alleghany Arsenal, Pittsburg, 6,000. At the Washington Arsenal, D. 0., 5.000. These pro^ctib s are to be made of the kind of met*?1 *nd msp cted after rules laid down in the OrdnanJ* Manual, the tensile strength to burst less than ? V00 pounds per square inch. They are tO be made in accordance with the in structions btbe Ordnance Manual. Drawings can Ke 8een at *ny of *ke United States ATh2 projectiles are to bein?pected at the fouadry where cast, and are to be u"li*ered at the Arsenals free of charge for transport**.'0? or i'?*; Deli veries must be made at i?. n J"*te of not less than one-tenth (1- 10th) of the who.* amountcan tracted for per week, the first deliver.* 40 "e mad? on the 9th day of July, WA. Failure to make deliveries at a speciflea .7:1 will subject the contractor to a forfeiture of X* ? number he may fail to deliver at that time. Separate proposals must be made for each calibre. Bidders will state explicitly the arsenal or ar senals where they propose to deliver, and the nam her of projectiles they propose to duliver at each place, i f for more than one. No bids will be received from parties other than rounders or proprietors of works, who are known to the Department to be capable of executing the work proposed for. Should any party obtaining a contract offer shell other than those cast in liis own foundry, they will be rejected, and the contract rendered null and void, GUARANTY. Tbe bidder will be required to accompany his proposition with a guaranty, signed by two respon sible persons, that in case his bid is accepted he will at once execute the contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties, in a sum equal to one-tenth of the amount of the contract, to deliv er the artiele proposed, in conformity with the terms of this advertisement; and in case the said bidder should fail to enter into the contract, they to make good tho difference between the offer of said bidder and tbe next responsible bidder, or the person to whowi the contract may be awarded. The responsibility of the guarantors must be shown bv the official certificate of tbe clerk of the nearest District Court, or of the United States District Attornev. Bonds in a sum equal to one tenth of the amount of the contract, signed by the contractor and both of his guarantors, will be required of the success ful bidder er bidden upon signing the contract. FORM OF GUARANTEE. We, the undersigned, residents of ? ? ?. In the county of . and State of , hereby. Jointly and severally, covenant with the United States, and guarantee in case the foregoing bid of be accepted, that he or they will at once execute the contract for the satne with good and sufficient sure ties. in a sum equal to one-tenth of the amount of the contract, to famish the articles proposed in conformity to the terms of the advertisement, dated June '1. 1844, under which the bid was made; and, in case the said shall fail to enter into a contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the difference between the offer of the said and the next lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded. ) Given Hnder oar hands and seals f this day of ,186?. Witness: [Seal.l [Seal.] To this guarantee must be appended the official certificate above mentioned. Each party obtaining a contract will be obliged to enter into bonds, with approved sureties, for its faithful execution. Upon the award being made, successful bidders will be notified, and famished with forms of con tract, and bond. The Department reserves the right to reject any or all bids if not deemed satisfactory.^ Proposals will be addressed to " Brigadier Gen eral George D. Rarasar. Chief of Ordnance, Wash ington, D. C.." and will be endorsed " Proposals for 24 pounder and 32-pound?-r Shell." GEORGE D. RAMSAY. Je 13-eotd Brig. Gen., Chief of Ordnance. The N ntional Bookstore Htill Ahead. The subscriber having lately returned from the Boston, Philadelphia, and New York Spring Trade Sales, invite the attention of Sutlers, Peddlers, Dealers, and the public generally, to his large and splendid stock of BOOKS, STATIONARY, AND FANCY ARTICLES, consisting in part of BOOKS, of all sizes, kinds and styles. BIBLES. PRAYER BOOKS. PRESENTATION BOOKS, SCRAP BOOKS. BLANK BOOKS, PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUMS in endless variety, all styles and prices. DIAR1KS. MEMORANDUM BOOKS. CAP, NOTE aud LETTER PAPERS, of all styles ana qualities, to suit the times. ?NYELOPES, Plain, Fancy and Wedding, all sizes. PAPER NOYEhS by the thousand or single ene. PENKNIVK8, RAZORS, 8CISSORS, BRUSHES, COMBS, SOA PS, COLOGNES, PERFUMERY. CHESS, CHECKER, BACKGAMMON and OKIB BaGE BOARDS. WRITING BESKS, PORTFOLIOS, and WORK BOXES. PLAYING CARDS, GAMES, GOLD PENS, PEN CILS, etc., etc. Of CARD PHOTOGRAPHS we offer tbe largest ?nd prettiest assortment ever befbre offered ia this market?over 5,000 varieties, plain and beaa tifully colored. A lurge h sortment of the 7 by 9 PHOTO GRAPHS, fu framing. Also Something Entirely New?The LarmCABI NET l-IZK POTOGKAP11S, for framing; beautiful good?. g?nt for Taber A. Co.'s Celebrated AMBRO TYPES. All of which we offer at great inducements to the trade, tutlers. Peddlers, A c., A c. Give us a call, at WIILiAM F KirH*TEIN*S NATIONAL BOOKPTOR*. ?27? Pkknhy LV a it 1 a Avkvci, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets, Washington. D. 0. N. B.?Another snppW of Rich^teln's New G?id Book to Washington, at wholesale and retail, my 14-eolaa . 1.1. and several others of a su p?rio?,??|*L ftrii gs are all manufactured to our ordT.J lA nr.* ence of on? of our firm of the b-et nat-ritf iurii? ? 1FOLOOK P. H. VIOLATING *IIK R1TKHUM LAWS. The *choon-r Flight, of Baltimore, wu seised lust we**xb? the mortar schooner Adolph Hare I, oil Alexandria, for a violation of the revenue laws, the being boond to White House, Va., a restricted port, and baring on board a cargo of sutler s goods not corresponding with the man irest, a number of bottles of liqnor being packed in dry-goods boxes, containing Jour dozen ea h, which were marked in the manifest l?ctses " and ca-'es usually contain but one dozen She was sent to this city as a prize. PRISONERS OP WAR. Eight prisoners of war, captured near Lo cubt Grove, Vs., by a detachment of the I3ch Massachusetts cavalry, under command of Lieut Hawkins, arrived here to-dav, aad were committed to the Old Capitol. Four of them 5?d North Carolina, one to the 45th North Carolina, and three to the 5th Lou isiana. DESTRUCTION OP THE STJIAMER ROaK. .hT.to,, IlKT^Vepartment ha* been informed that on the 2d instant the U. S. steamer Wsm sutter, s'atloned at Georgetown, S. C., chnsed a side wheel steamer until she ran ashore which proved to be the Rose, of London, with an assorted cargo. After a fruitless effort to get the Rose afloat she was destroyed. TO BB TRANSFERRED TO PORT DELAWARE. Eight prisoners, held as hostages for Union citizens now in the hands of the rebels, and fourteen enlisted men under sentence of court martial, will be taken from the Old Capitol to morrow mornlngkand transferred to Fort Del aware. CONGRESSIONAL. Tcmdat, Jan* 14. dbhatb.?Mr. Fessenden.from the Committee on Finance, reported back the bill from the ^House Increasing the duUes on imports, (the tariff bill,) with several amendments. .wMr called up the House bill to amend the act to provide s temporary Government for the Territory of Idaho. It authorises a reap, portion men t of tbt Territory^ under a new enumeration to be made ot the Inhabitants, and fixes the election for the 2d day of October. The bill was passed. Mr. Grimes, from the Committee on the Dis trict of Colombia, reported back the House bill to amend the charter ot the Washington and Georgetown Railroad Company, with sundry Amendments. Also, the bill to Incorporate tbe Jsaltimore and Washington Depot and Poto mac Ferry Hallway Company, with amend ments. Mr. Morrill, from the same committee, re ported back the bill for the proper organization of the Levy Court of the county of Washing ton, recommending its passage. Mr. Trumbull called up the bill in relation to the fees and emoluments of the Marshal, Attorney, and Clerk of the Supreme Court of the District of Colombia, and lor other pur poses. The substitute bill, reported by the District Committee, was slightly amended, and then passed?leaving the limit for the clerks salary, over and above necessary of ficial expenses and clerk hire, at 96,009 per acnum, to be derived from the fees and emol uments. rne provisions as regards the duties and emoluments of the Marshal and District Attor ney ate in accordance with previous acts. One of the amendments, offered by Mr. Grimes, and adopted, allows a fee of SI for serving any warrant, attachment, summons, capias, or other writ, (except execution, venire, or a sum mons or subpena lor a witness,) to be paid by each person on whom such service may be made. Hoc**.? Mr. Alley, of Mass., from the Com mittee on the Post Office and Post Roads, re forted a bill authorizing and empowering the 'ostmaster General, in his discretion, to con tract with the present contractor, commonly known as the Overland Mall Company, for one year from the first of July next, at the present contract rates. Finally, the resolution was ordered to a third reading; bnt not having been engrossed, it went to the Speaker's table. Mr. Hooper called up the Settate bill to re strain speculation in gold coin and bullion. The House reconsidered the vote by waich it was heretofore laid on the table. The bill was passed?yeas 7?, nays 0-2. And it has been amended, will of course have to be re%.'nr?ed 10 tl,e Senate. The h'??n8" went lnto a Committee of the Whole on tiJ* 8tate ofUw Union, on the }>(11 providing for tbJ payment of sundry civil ex penses, Including' we House establish ment, Coast Survey, ew!" ?_ The House struck out w? acting clause, thus detesting the bill, which ,wa* then recom mitted to. the Committee of Ways Means. The House nsnmed the considers on of t*1? proposition to amend the Constitution /? abol ish slavery. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S VISIT TO THE PHILADELPHIA FAIR. Phji.adii.phia, June 14?The committee appointed to invite President Lincoln to visit the Central Fair have received a telegraphic answer that the President expects to be able to visit the Fair on Thursday next, the 10th inst. THE KENTUCKY RAID. The Rebel Force Demoralized aad Scat tered?Gen. Hebsen Under Arrest. I.ExrucToir, Kr? June 13.?Capt. Dickson telegraphs to Gen. CarrtngtOn as follows: Gen. Bnrbrldge Is now here, and reports the rebel force out of ammunition, scattered, and utterly demoralized in the fight at Cynthiana. i A dispatch from Falmontb, Ky., this fore noon says after the Cynthiana defeat General Hobson and part of his staff were sent nnder guard to Falmouth. The whole were escorted by a scooting party, and are now at Falmouth. FROM FORTRESS MONROE. Heavy Firing la the Directlen of Rich mend. Fortress Monro*, June 13.?The following are tha names of Federal offlco-s reported in last Saturday's Richmond Examiner, as having arrived at Libby Prison :?Capt. D. B. McCil ban, 14th 17. S. Regulars: Capt. C. C. Dodge, ?-th Mich.; Capt. Henry R. Kelly, M8th Pa.; Capt. S. Pettitt, 120th New York; Lt S. Hunt ingdon, Tlth Regulars; Lt. Chas. L. Noggle, 3d Regulars: Lt Crosby, 118th Pa.; Lt. Curtis, 140th N. Y.; Lt. Wentworth, 14th N. Y. Artil lery; Capt. W. B. Pevoe, l?th Regulars. The rebel Colonel L. M. Keitt, of S. C., died last Friday of bis wounds. The steamer John A. Warner arrived at 4 p. m., just in from Bermuda Hundred. No news from that section. Heavy firing heard this morning in the direc tion of Richmond. FROM CENTRAL AMERICA. Attempt te Assassinate Mesqnera?A Speck ef War?Spanish Aggressien te be Re sisted. New York, June 14.?Panama papers re ceived by the Northern Light give particulars of a fire at Aspinwall on the 3;ith ult, which destroyed two blocks, Including the City Hotel and several fine residences. The loss is heavy. An attempt to assassinate Mosquera was un successful, and the assassins were arrested. Valparaiso dates to the 7th state that the whole Chilian and Peruvian coast Is highly excited at the recent Spanish occupation of the Chincas Islands, and the two Ministers and Finance of Chili have been compelled to resign, on account of proposing a settlement of the dif ficulties by Diplomacy, and new Ministers ap pointed. The Chilian Navy is beiag augmented. The frigate Chili is being armed, the principal forts are being fortified, and large subscriptions be ing added to that of Congress to place the country on a war footing. and aid Peru in resisting the Spanish invasion of American In dependence. Business at Valparaiso is dull. Oopper is advancing. The ship Susan L. Fitzgerald, from Balti more had arrived. The Peru van works of defsuce aad offence are being iron-clad, aad a monitor Is soon to be launched. The people are unanimous in the resistance of Spanish Aggressions. Bolivia, Columbia, Ecuador, and the Argentine Republic, are also preparing to assist Peru. The frig*tee Lancaster and St Marys were at Callao on the 28th ult. TheSpaal*h Admiral and Commander were hang In eMgy at Pan ama. NEW YORK STOCK MARKET. fRy the People's Line?Office 511 Ninth street.) Niw York. June 14.?U. St 1881, coupon fl's, 112*; *1.8 tWi, lOfiK: tWatteatee of lnd?bt ertneee, <T7; Gold, IVG?: N. Y. Central, 132*: trie, I11X". Hudson River, 143k; Hartem. Reading, ?30*: Michigan Central, 144 V; Mich igan Southern, *?*; Illinois Central, UP*; Cleveland and Pittsburg.ltSk; Q*l?n* and Chi cago, ; Cleveland and Toledo, 15*1; Chi cago and Rnefc IsNnd, IIS*; Mil ?au** and Prairie dm Cblen. 6f>; Pittsburg, Fort W*vne ?I'd Chicago, 11**: ?a* T*wa Han*, 64*; Chicago and Northwestern*q n leg ei)Ter,74*. LOCAL NEWS. Ratification Mbbtiso.?The EAieitlTf Committee of the National TJaton L.->Ki*?e of America with the friends of the Union, will lawt at the tooth frost of the Patent (ft%c* ImUdinr, on Wed need ay (to morrow )e renins, Jane 15th, tq ratify the nominations of Abra ham Lincoln for President, and Andrew John son for Vice President of the United State*. The exercises of tbe occasion will consist of speeches from the following distlngnshed gen tlemen and others: Hon. Wm. D. Kelly, Pi; Hon Henry S. Lane, Ind.; Hon. J. W. p.itt*r son, N. H.; Hon. C. B. Denio, Cal ; Hon. R >b't C. Schenck, Ohio; Hon. Jaoob M. Howtrd, Mich.; Hon. A. W. Randall, Wia.; Rer. W. G. Brownlow, Tenn. The following gentlemen hare also been in vited to be present, and many of them will probably accept the InvitationsHon. D. S. Dickinson, N. Y.; Maj. Qen. John A. Dix, Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. Hon. John A Andrew, Hon. John Brougb, Hon. Coljmbns Delano, Hon. A. W. Bradford, Hon. Henry Winter Da vis, and others. A salute will be fired at sundown from the summits north of the city. Prof. Lowe will s-?nd up one or more illuminated balloons. There will also be brilliant displays of fire-works at intervals throughout the evening; and a band of mu&lc will be in attendance. Thb Wiut-Bbowr Cabb ? In the Clrcait Oourt (Judge Wylie) yesterday, the case of Mrs. Emily F. Wiley, wife of John Wiley, against Marshall Brown and Jesse B. Haw was taken np?Messrs. Brent, Browning and A. T. Smith for the plaintiff, and Bradley and Davldge for the defendant. This cas<>involves the right of the plaintltr to a share in the es tate of the late Tilloteon P. Brown, as the lawful heir, which the defendants deny, they being the administrators of the estate. The following is the jury in the case: John E. Carter, Wm Martin, J. W. Barnaclo, John Ball, Edwin Knowles, Harmon Bums, E. E. O'Brien, Henry Burrows, John E. Neal, An drew Bain, John E. Libbey, and Charles W. Pettlt. The ease was opened by Mr. Smith ror the plaintiff; the defendants reserving their open ing. Rrr. B. A. McGvire was sworn, and testified that he knew the parties, Mr. Tiliottson Brown and wife, and had been to the honse frequent ly oh 5th street. Mrs. Brown placed herself under the pastoral charge of the witness, as he thinks, in '59, about six months before the marriage, and on the Hfth of November, 1950, be married them. Wituees always saw Mr. Brown treat Emily Wiler as his wife. Dr. Candid, sworn, and testified that he had known Mr. and Mrs. Brown since 1631, and first saw her at Mrs. Dodd's, on the Avenue, near where Willard's is now. Witness was called to preside at Mrs. Brown's accouche ment, which toek place in the latter part of -March, 1634, when a female child was deliv ered, and he saw this child otten afterwards, and has heard her called Emily. She married a person named Wiley, and witness identifies her positively as the plaintiff in this suit. Policb Rbpokts.?Second Precinct.?Thos. Burr, disorderly; 82. Wm. English, do; do. Wm. Donohngh, do.;*3. Dan'l Harrison, fight in> ; 84. Michael Shay, do ; do. Garat Martin, fishing on Snnday; &5. George Hamm^ralack, do.; do. Wm. Edwards do.; do. Third Prtcinct.?Adam Font*, selling liquor to soldiers; *20?also, without license; S20- Ber nard Donobue, drunk; dismissed. Thomas McGulre, disorderly; *1-56.. jno. Riley, viola ting Corporation law; 8^)5. Cbas. Beatly, lar ceny; dismissed. Geo. Webb, drunk; 83.45. Timothy Dail? SlJGrimiyj dismissed. Philip Will, do.: 82 56. Hannah" Young, druhk: work bonse. Susan Ceissler, do.; dismissed. Fourth l*recinct.? Peter Quinn, disorderly; dismissed. Annie Lang and Sarah Smith, do. 12 each. Daniel Borland and Patrick Roke, drunk; 82 each. T. McDonougb, threaU; dis missed. Richard Barreit, malicious mischief; 86.75. Sixth Precinct.?EmmaTyler and Lucy New man, disorderly; workhouse. John Feeney, drunk; S3. Hamilton Tow&send, carrying deadly weapons; ?20. Mary Jane Lilly, as sault and battery. Tenth Precinct.?Anderson Scott, grand lar ceny; jail for conrt. John Nally, assault and battery; 812,58. Marg't Herlihy, threats; dis missed. Caroline Adams, profanity- 84. Sam'l McManus, disorderly; 810. John Kelly, do.; military. Henry Jones, do.; dismissed. Law rence O'Conner, grand larceny; ball tor court. Jas. McNally, drunk and disorderly; military. Wm. Stone, do.; do. Sam'l McManus, threats; bail for peace. Grawt> Larcbktss.?Yesterday Anderson Scoitwas arrested by officer Gibson, of the Seventh Ward, for having in his possession dresses and table furniture stolen'from Mrs. Kenley and Mrs. Jordan. He failed to account satisfactorily for bis possession of them, and was sent to jail for coort by Justice Boswell. The goods were recovered. Lawrence O'Conner was arrested by Sergt. Hepburn for robbing the trunk of John Fai vey of a pocket book containing 89 in money, and other articles. Justice Boswell held O'Conner to bail for court. The C aliform ia Rbgimbkt.?'The following is a complete list of the casualties in Co. H. (Washington company,) 1st California regi ment, from May 5th to June 3d, 1864: Ri.,'*d.?Capt. M. Smith, Second Sergeant George Zjaari? and Fourth Sergeant Thomas J. Force. Wounded-?Fi^et Sergt. Lucien Lasseile, (severely,) Third Sergt. Bailey Watson, privates,Monroe Snider. Christian Smartstreet, Chas. Marcbard, Geo. Pierce (slightly), Jona than Chadwick. Missing John Fife, Thos. Osborne. A Eahpb9hi PaxsEHT.?Mrs. Morgan, wife of the Senator frern New York, was presented last night with an elegant and costly Afghan, the gift of a number of ladies and gentlemen connected with the late Metropolitan Fair at New York. TLe gift was accompanied by a letter highly complimentary to Mrs. Morgan, and expressive of the high regard ol the donors on account of the patriotism and sympathy Mrs. M. has ever evinced for our soldiers. Fourth Ward Statiow Casks?Margaret Haggerty, grand larceny; bail for court. Jno. Shea, assault and battery; bail' for bearing. Jno Keenan, drank; dismissed. Jno. Talbat, drunk and disorderly: military, D. F. A. Hntton, grand larceny; bail for hearing. Cath arine Black, assault and battery; bail for peace. James Wilkinson, threats; do. Jno. H. Wil kinson, do.; do. Ed. Colling, drunk; 81-56. Jos. Tracy, do.; do. Rblbasbd.?'This morning, Judge C&rtter sitting in equity, ordered the release of that portion of the cargo of theschr. Malinda which belonged to the Government, and also several portions of the cargo belonging to private par ties. The Malinda, it will be recollected, was seized for violating the revenue laws, by car rying liquor on board, and having an irreg ular manifest. Fockd Dbad.?Yesterday, the body of a male infant was found in Armory Square, near to Seventh street bridge. It wss removed to the Seventh Ward Station House, whore it re mains to await the order of the Coroner. Statbovthb Thbbmombtbb.?At Frank lin k. Co.'r, opticians. No. 344 Pennsylvania avenue, the thermometer stood to-day at 1 o'clock 05 in the shade. Dab Riob'b Gbbat Show.?The crowds moved towards the great show yesterday in regiments, like brigades going to the front. Be fore the performances commenced last night the* ticket office and doors were cloeed, and hundreds of anxious visitors were compelled to retnrn home disappointed. We have heard the audience inside variously estimated at from 4,000 to 5,< 00, and when we reflect that the enormous tent was literally packed with human beings from the ring to the outer cir cumference, we are inclined to think the latter fignres nearest correct. There was a large crowd also in the afternoon, but not so over whelming as at night?and this adm onishes us to suggest to families who have a natural cu riosty to hear and see the Great Jester, to go in the afternoon, (they show every afternoon and night this week ) or, if at night, to start early. To ran the gauntlet of the jam around the ticket office and doors is something of a task, but the disappointment of going there and find ing the pavilion fall aad no more admitted, is still worse. Not withstanding the pressure last night, the Immense throng abandoned themselves to en joyment, and the famous humorist fairly revelled in boa mots. Dan Rioe is not a clown in the common acceptation of the word?rather a lecturer or commentator upon the times and subject* that appear to oe suggested by the oc casion. He "points a moral or adorns a tale" with a joke, aad sngar-coaU a precept with a witticism. Somnch has been said and heard about Mrs. Dan Rice, that or course everybody was on the qui viv* for her appearance. The lady spectators evrn acknowledged that she was young,' pretty, and modest. The gentle men pronounced her charming, graceful, aad courageous. Her quiet and unassuming style disarmed the criticisms of her own sex. while her beautiful form and features, with just dash enough for a well bred lady, when the au>ve meets of her horse gave occa-ioa, completely captivated the gentlemen. The romantic mar riage was a gereral subject ot newspaper re nark, when it occurred, three yearaagu, aad 'otrart-fer Mrs. Kle* to th? publicity of tne ring of a show, we thought rsU ?r questiona ble, until we saw how e?tirv?y Is th?* lady even on horaebaek, sad befum a saiscallau-oas crowd. The whole entertainment pureed off with great eclat. Fdueated hew- o? ? ?very pncsihl* ?tchpo) followed tifto otl*i m quirk ?ion. Astonishment at the ?x>lalt? of on* aoon yielded to tne graceful diapfeya of another. D?b Bl<* *M nUft ??fftainj. rn? acting dor* ??<? ra<m*eya el?erw>d prolonged shouts. An tingnlnly buffalo w* ridden and his borlr form ch%aed u theevldeat delight of the crowd In the pit. The comic trvile* closed the performance with a two act com dy wmob kept the andience langning alt tue w*y home Altogether the ahovr will not soon be forgotten la Washington. WANTED |MM KDIATBLY-Ttiree good CO*. FBCTIONKRY BAKERS. DoodwtiHirt.i Apply to T. FOTfcNTINl 27? Pennsylvania nue. betwe^^pth and llth strtW*. It' Ayoun^ian(^fTJTTTwr^nKS day uimkd in a private family or smaM boarding ho'iw, w>th ninner at noon. Be?t references givn Lo cution within threv <?r tour ?]uar?ii of Wi'iarl's Hotel. Address A B , *06 Peon. avenue, b 14th and l.'th *ts. Je II 3t* 1>Y W. B. LEWIS A OO , Auctioneers. PA ?HFlt'iRBR"? SAl,K On THURSDAY MORM18. Jme ipth. at l? o'clock, at Store No. 3"7 Pennsylvania arena* we sha 1 sell hv order of K.J Kt???kl a arveeol lection of unredeemed pl"dg?*. -'onm which *re Fine Gold ?nd Silver Hurting Watoh?s, ShneCloa'er Liamond Pins. 3 fire Single Stone Diamond Pica 10 Bands?ine Diamond Rings, with and withiit Emerald With a lot of PiDe Gold Ohain*. Jewelry and Va-icy ar'te es. Pistols. Instrument*. Ac .A'. Je 14 WM. B. LK -VIS A C >. Aucta. J^f GRKKN A WILLIAMS, Auctioneers. TBRER DESIRABLE BUILDING U>T8 ON Till! ISLAND AT A0CTIOV On FRIDAY, the'7th ins'ant. at fi o'clock e m.. we shall sell in front of the premise* pari of L>U 7. # ard 9. in Fqnare No W This pro pert* front* on south F, and in between 3d and 4K ?tr-et? ? ?t. Persona desirous of pnrcbaalrg hni'dine lot" In this section of thecity would do well t > ai'ea tfe* sale, a* the p-ope-ty will be s Id with mt r*s?rve. Tarms : One naif c?sh; halanc* in six and twelve months for ro*e* beasii g inter-st A deed g ?ea and a ?*eed of trust taken, ft* will be reqni ed .<f each purchaser when the property is knocked off. A warrantee deed ?ft?? Je 14-dAds GREEN A WTLLTAM8. Aucta. J^T THOM Aft DOW LING, Aact'r. Oeorgetow i. BAND80MB BUUDINg" LOT ON BKIGBTB OF GEORGETOWN AT AUCTION I w'U Hell at Public Auction on TUB3DAY AF Tl*-K001f, Jnne list, at 6 o'clock in f ont of the premise*. Lot No. SI. on the corner of Prospect ?nd Frederick streets fronting 73 f??et an Pr<>sp*et street and 99 on Frederick street. Person* want in# a heautifui site commanding a splendid v?w down the Potomac, will do well t > attend this atle Terma: One nalfcaah; balance In ail andtw.?|y? iron ha. C< nveyancing and stamps at the eost of tha pur chaa*r Title perfeot. JeJ4 THQ8. POWLINO. Au^ionear. pv I. O. McGUIRB A 00., Auetioneers, UNBFSBRVRD ft a lb OF THRBI FRAME DWELi lNG HOU3BS ON FO^KTH ST BBT KAftT BKTWBKW L AND M 8T8. WKHT On MONDAY AFTERNOON. Jun? 20, alS o'clk. on tha premise*, we shall aell part of l.-.t 1, li Square No. 615, fronting on 4th s'reet west be tween Lstreet north and Massachusetts avenu*. impr' Ted hy t h re " TilRKB 8TORY FRAMB DWBLLTNG HOUSES Immediate possession of two of th?m will b f iven Terms ca^h Tim property will be sold absolutely to the hi^h est bidders, as the owner is about to r* mare to the Wee Title perfect. je ll-d J 0. MeQriRB A CO.. Auets. PY J. 0. McGUIRB A CO.. Auction-ers. NBAT AND DB8IRAB~K BRI^K RR'Tf>RNC% F<?K A SMALL JAMTLV ON R SI KKIP BB TWKRN 2D AN 1' 3D xTRBBTS W^T. (t* TURSDaY AKTBR. OON Jnnj Jl^t, at 6?; o'clock on the pr?-mis*-s, we shall sell the we?t hair of ? ot N >. 2. in Hqnare W-.5 8 fronting 15 f?-t on the ncr h * i<le ot K atreFt- *or'h . hfT ween 2d and 3d ?tr?ets west and rirnninc back lu feet to a t > f ?'t al'ey, with the improvement*, cor.sirt'in* of a hardwire and well bulTt three s'orysnd j%s*mect Brick Dwe!1'ug-Uoti8e.ooptfcin;n? niuo r^cms.tlta isme hein# No !i 1 4. on said B *tre?t Terms: Ou?-balf cash; the r miindir In si* mOD^br, wHi ipt9rfst,secar>-d by a deed of fait on ?nc prfniirtS, Title perfect. Pou'ession giTen Octo><er 1. WU. je 14-d J.C McCiUIRK A 00 , Anets_ pY J. 0 McGUIRK A CO , AuctioDeera LARGB AND WRf,L-FINI8ff*D DWELLING H0C8B ON O KTRRRT NORTH BBl'WBKV 218T AND 22D 8TRBK. S WEST, A T PUBLIC 8 AI B On THURSDAY. Jnne ?3d,atfl o'clock, on the Rremises we aball all par* of I ot IS, in Sauarc 'o. HO, fronting IB fe*t on G street north, b-'w-?n 21et and 22d streets Wf st. and running bs*-k 1W fe^ inches, tegpth^r with the imp-ovem-nts, coa aiating of a well built and fln'"b-d thr<e-?tory Briek Dwe'ling Hou?e, w? h two-atory Brick Bnitd;nc, with Marhle Maotela Wat*r snd 'las, and finished in the most sopo*ior manner tkrongh ont: cellars nnder the wh< ?? building. Immediate possesion will b- given Terma : One third in eash ? the remainder ia sic and twelye months, with interns:, scared by a deed of trust. Title indisputable. Conveyances at the eoatofth* purchaser. The House lswell furnished, whish ma? be t^k^n at a fair valuation. jel 4 d J. C. McGUIBB A CO.. AucU BT J. C. MoGCIRB A 00., Auctioneer*. TRCBTBB'S SALB OfIbaL RSTATK CORNHK OF PENNSYLVANIA AVENDB AND 13TB STREET EAST. On SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Jane 25th.at 6-, o'clock, on ihe prem a-*, by virtue of a de< d of trust dated M<rch 31.11^4 and d ly rec^rl^d in Liber No. 31. folios 12 et si-q ore of 'he land rec orda for Washington count/, D.D.I sh^ll an I Lot No. I. in square south of square No. 1/19. aituated at the earner of Pennsylvania avenue and 13th ?treat east Terms: One half eash: balance in tbrm and six montha, secured by deed of t uat. $20 *o be paid on tha ground at tbe time of sale. And t >e trus tee rea^rve a the right to resell, after four inser tions in the Evening Stat, at tee risk -f d??faelting pnrehaser In the coat of the sale, r.ot being com* plied with in Ave davs after the dav of f-ale Conveyance* snd stamp" af eo?t ?-f purOaaer. GEO C. B MfTOHRM , Trustee. Je 14-d yo MoGUI R? A 00. Aneta. gY J. C. McGUIRB A 00 , Auctioneers. I FURNITURE AND BOUSE KEEPING ARTI CLES of a gentleman removing from the city will be soil a? Public Auction FRIDAY MORNING. June 17th, commencing at in o'clock, at his residence No. 19A 4'h street, near L north, comprising the ui ual assortment of Household Furniture, as Bair Cioth *ofas. Chairs, Rockers, B*dst' ads. Bureaus Chamber Chairs, Mattrassea B?rding Ac., Waabstand*. T diet Ware, Crockery. Glassware, Ac., Carpeta, Matting, Cooking and other Stoves. Kitchen Utensils, _ And other necesaarv articles of H<Mi?e I nrnitare. embracing the entire cantentsot the t*o house* adjoining. Termacaih. . . ]e 14 J.O. MoGUIRl A CO., Anotg. ?y Also, the three-atory Bouae will b* sold ia tkrafternoon.cn the premiaea, at.6 o'clock. 8-a ad'ertiiement. _ j. 14 J. C. McGUIRB A 00.. Auete. B Y J, 0. McGUIRB A 00., Auctioneers CUANCfRY FALB OF YALUABLB PROPERTY BNT UFFICBT lNC'RTH-0PPo8IT* Tfl? PAT On FRIDAY AFTERNODN. Jane 24, at6 o'clock, on the premise*, by virtue of a decree of the Su preme Court ? f tb? Dietrict of Colum lia. sitting ia chancery,psareI In ac-r aln catua,wh-i>in Wm H ., (ieorKiam a C. and Bvehoe o Ma ->ul ar? eomplaioaut*. and Emily Ma Gill and Wintiell 8. MacGill and Ricoard Butt are defendants, ( No. VH equity.) parsed May 16 JS6i, I shall s^ll the west partof Lot No 14.in squar" No. 4i5. fronting *5 fret on north Ga'reet, bet wren 7th and ?th streets west, running back tt>atwid'h to the rear of the lot, togethe* with the improvementa, consisting of at*o itor< Brick Back Bulidiog. Terms: One-half in cash; the remainder in ?ir anc twelve montha, with interest, secured by tha purchaser's notes with approved endorsement If the term* of *ale are not complied with within five days thereafter, the trustee reserve* the right to re aell on one week'a notice in the Natloial In telligencer. Conveyances and stamps at t^e eoet of the pur chaser. WM. W. M.icOILL, Trustee. Je 14 d J. O. McGCI RB A CO.. Aucta. 486 0ART* D* VI8ITK FRAMES French Gilt, Swiss Carved Wood and American Composition Card Frames, In variety, at J. MARRRITRR'S, 7th street. Bight doora above Odd Fallows* Hall. Terma caah. p 2?-lmlf* J08BPH BBYN0LD8 A CO. PLVMBKRa, OAS, AND STEAM FITTBtta, Bo. 40n Niivh Sraaar, near avenue. Have Just received, and will conatantly keep on aand.thelargeatand beat assortment ia the city >f Chandeliers, Brackets. Drop Lighta, Portablea, Glaaa Globes, mica and other Shades, and all arti slea in thia line, from the beat establishments je New York, Philadelphia, Ac., which will be sold on the moat reasonable terma. Alao, RANGB8, FURNACB8. and Fire Board Stoves. . We are prepared to fnrniab the best RANUB in use anywhere, on very reasonable terma. Batela, Restaurants, Ac., are lavited tocatK We do all kinds of GAS and 8TBAM Attiags. promptly and cheap, as alao ^verytmug iu the PLUMBING line In the most satIsfactory manner. Gall and aeeonr Bathing Tub", ^oiintaiua Water CloeeU, Waah-aUnda, Basins. Ac.,Ac..at No 3o<? Ninth atreet, near Pennsylvania aver ne, the lar/v^t 4?UbliihiDiDt 'n Htf, ffr 2-i?ntf YBTBBINARY 8UH?W??. ? , B. JOBN B. McKEY. Member of the College, Bdlnbnrg, Scotland AU diae?*ea *r\,_ of the Horee treated in most artaoti 1c ?*n- JqP ner. Charge mr^lerate. OMre at l-haptn ' A MatlockPa,G street, near 7th etreet. Washing ton, D 0. 4Sf) PICTfBB CORD AND TAS8BLB. Different siaoe and co'ers Pictnre Cord and Taa ~u' "^'W'laVtoVaa^-ft" Bight doora above Odd Fellows Halh Tenaa eash. aptMmlf Jgg PAPBBB ANGING8. 4g^ A selected and varied at^k of Fiae. Media* and Bight doers above Odd Fel' -w* HjJL Terms caah sn^ l?ur