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V*s. XXV. WASHINGTON, D. C;, THURSDAY. APRIL 13. 1865j N?. 3,781 t WASHINGTON EVKH1PIO ST AH. PUBLISHED DAILT, (EXCEPT SUNDAY J AT THJ STAR BUILJHNQS, L Mmtiku ffi tfntr tf PtnfuvhHMia av. mud lit* strut, 1 * BTW.D. WALLAUH. Tbe Bf Ai it served by the carriers to their nV erlbers la the City And District for TWBLVE AND A HALF CENTS PEE WHS. PmfCB rot Mat Lino.?Single copy, thrt? ttntt: one month, M?rn:v <ri tints; three months, one dollar ?nd Kfi* cents: six months, lAfM dollar/; OB?Twr> Cz dollarNo n??ri in Mat from the oAm ager thaa void far. Tn Wbsilv Stab om dollar tad a half ? **** OFFICIAL. T?? Flrtt re?ps_ STtlce to Toto*?B?. I UBAoqvivr'ns FihwOoiMj Wabhihotoh, D. Oi I>ec. 27,1W4. V ft* ran a desiring to onlist In the 1st Army Corps, should report In person at tie office of Col. C. F. Johnson, Soldiers' Best, Baltimore and ?hlo Railroad Depot, Washington, D. C. Any Veteran who haa seryed two years, has bwn honorably discharged, and la physically qualified, may enlist la the Corps for one, two or three years Thoe* enlisting will receive from the Gov ernment a bounty oT S300 as soon as they are mustered In, and, in addition, the regalar In stalments from the Government, in proportion to the period of enlistment, as follows: f 100 for one year's service, one-third paid cn enlist ment; $200 for two years' service, one-third on enlistment; *300 for three years' service, ono third on enlistment They will be credited to the quota of tha ? district in which they or their families may be b domiciled and will, therelore, be entitled to local bounties Free transportation will be furnished them ?c Washington by any Provost Marshal. Tbe best arms in the possession of the Oevertment will bo furnished these troops, ar.d they will be allowed"to retain their arms when honorably discharged. Headquarters Major General Hancock158 street, between 19th and 20th streets. Office of the Board for the Examination of '' OfficersBrigadier General John B. Brooke, ? preeident, IKJ G street, between 19th and 20th EL streets. , By order of Major General Han coca, .llr Fijtlbt AwDsasoit, dec n.tt Assistant Adjutant General. f DENTISTRY. L TOOTH ACHE CURED INSTANTLY B'i TUB * M. external application of DR. 8IGB8 BOND'S EtSENCE or PALMETTO. It teat once upon the nerves oonneeted th the teeth aching, and relieves instantly, nr is aid every decayed tooth ean be cared and pre rved by filling and barlding up with Dr. 8. ..kite's Metal Filling. ChsopUstic Bone Teeth inserted over roots at 360 Pa. ay. mar 13 lra* BEAT DISCOVERY_IN DENTIBTRY. TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN. 1 weald advise all persoas having teeth, te extract to call at DR. LEWIE'S office,! and have them taken oat without pain. Also, oall and examine the Doctor'* new sol iia froved method of inserting ARTIFICIAL T MITII. f yon once see the great improvement in his teeth, r yon will have them in no ether style than this new and valuable one. Teeth inserted on Gold, Eilver and Rubber Plates at the old price, as we have not advanced the prioe on oar work sinoe the great change in gold. So. 34J Penn'a avenne, between 12th aad 13th streets Van 26-ly B. R. LEWIE, M. D., Dentist^ G1 JAMBS 8. TOPHAM A CO.'B PREMIUM TBUNM, SADDLERY, AND ILITARY EQUIPMENT MANUFACTOBY, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, BOO "*? SEVENTH STREET, One Door IfortX tf Odd Fellow f Ball, Where they continue to maanfacture and hay aa sale a large and fine assortment of TBCNEB, VALISES, TRAVELING BAGS, SADDLES, HARK EBB, HORSE CO VERB, ILITARY B0RSB BQUFPMBNTS, SWORD BELTS, HAVERSACKS. WHIP8, BITS, SPURS, Ac., Ac., Ac., AT LOW FR*CBS. REPAIRING. Trunks. Ac., repaired promptly and thoroughly. THREE SILVER MEDALS Awarded by the Maryland Institute of Baltimose October Slst, 1864; also, the highest premium, a brocse medal, by the Metropolitan Mechanics' lartitute of Washington, D. 0., in 18S7. SOLE AGENTS for Distrlet of Columbia and Alexandria, Va,,for IBANR MtLIR'S CELEBRATE* PREPARED HARNESS OIL. ere supplied at tbe lowest feb 6-lv FACTORY PRICES. o.* SMITH'S WILD CHERRY TONIC BITTERS, THIS PHOPHVLATICissold by all Druggists aad Gr seers. This^reat PANACEA has been established 20 years. Its medical proprieties are TONIC, A8TRINGENT AND AROMATIC. It will eradicate all Werangement of the STOM ACH and BOWELS It gives STRENGTH and BEAUTY to the YOUNG, REJUVENATES THE OLD. t Cares DYSPEPSIA, LOSS OF APPETITE. 1NBIGEBTI0N,LASSITUDE OF BY8TEM, CHRONIC DIARBH<EA. DYSENTERY, JAUNDICE, AGUE AND FEVER. OBTAIN A CIRCULAR, in whieh will be foand testimonials of PEOPLE WELL RN9WN in Wash ington. mhl7-lm K OT ICE TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS. Assi?ta*t Quabtbbmastbb's Orpicn, Barer or Wabbibotob, No. 134 F, near2lsti. Wasbibgtob, D. C.. March 1,1965. The attention of officers and enlisted men, for merly in the service of the United States, is ealled to the large ameunt of personal property stored in the Government warehouses connected with this depot. The Government requires the space occupied by aaid property for the eflects of those new in the service. A description of each article should be given with the name, company, regiment, or othe mark*, accompanied by an oath or affirmation st bwicg that the claimant is the authorised part y. The goods will be forwarded to the address of the persons so entitled at his expense. All of the above-mentioned property remain ing unclaimed ninety days from this date will be sofd at public auction. JAMj!g M , mh 2-dtmay J1 Capt. Asst ttr. U. B. Army. ATCHES, JEWELRY, A?T~ LARMOURA Co.. Light street, Baltimore, in vites the attention f purchasers to their choice stock ef No. 1 WATCHES. DIAMOND JEWELRY, Ac.. SILVER WARE. PLATED WARS, OPERA GLASSES, SPECTACLES. TABLJ CUTLERY Ac . at lew prices. Watches and Jewelry repaired !a the best man ner by tbe best workmen and warranted, ja 14-3m FOR SALE?25,000 extra choiee Roses, Orna mental Trees and Shrabs. Climbing aud^w Psr'.or Plants. Fruit Trees. Ac. The collec-C4? ticn comprises the b?>>t kinds known in Ea- ? ? rope and America. Wishing to lease my place for baiidiiig or any other purpose, I will sell very low. #A. JARDIN, Florist. 18th street, corner ef M. F"0R SALE A LUMBER pTaNLNG and SAW 1NG MILL, with engine atd machinery, and < ne of Pases's patent faw Mills, all in cessplete running order, with the Frame Building situated ?n ike canal, near rth street and Center Market Dense. Will le sold cheap by applying t* . JOHN BRADY, 1*2 NoL84 7 I3:h street; Island. THrR8T0N ? lv?RlTPKARL TOOTH PWW , f,?J cieVlAD*' ??^?tifying and preserv ing the Teeth and Guim. Tius elegant prepara tion it entirely unequalled. F, C. WELLS A 00 , For sale >y all drnggiatsT Y?rk' WELLS' CELEBRATED MACHINE BPBIAD >V STRENGTHENING PLASTERS arethe very >e?t in all cases fer which a plaster is required. Fer sale by all druggists. Ian ?-eolr.a |70R TWO CEtfTSA DAY YOU CAN READ I any new book, if you take a Deuble Monthly Subscription at the "People's Circulating Libra ry," Pennsylvania avanue. No. S!?0, between 11th and lJth streets. Open8X a.m.,7 p. m. mar 7-lm* MOORE'S WEST END DRUGSTORE. 113 Pa. aveaue. soath side.?Boxcient, Night Eloeming Cereas, Jacques Pend Lilly and Joskey Ciub, and other che.ee Perfumery, AM with a large stock of Freeh Medicines, for Q& sale aa abov#. mar 17-fw UELMBOLDV EXTRACT BCCHU GIVES ? fTi health and vifor to the frame aad bloom to r the rallid ebeek. Debility isi accompanied by Basi alarming symptoms, and if no treatment is submitted to, COB?u??sUOB, Jnsamtr r.'4?iu?. mar?-6a? amusements* CAIT BRBVKT HILL, MUSI9 j CANTERBURY HALL ( MFS1C H A I if CANTERBURY BALL ) H ALL AMD (CANTERBURY HALL)_ AHD THEATM ' CANTERBURY HALL < THEATER Louisiama Avxuci, iui Sixth Stbht, Hear of National and Metropolitan Hotel*. georgb l?a , propriety* Alio or tie Varieties, New York, and Canter bury Alexandria, Va. JOSH HUT, Btage Manager LABT WEEK 07 THE WINTER SEASON. LA8T WEEK OF THE WINTER SEASON. I LABT WEEK OP THE W1NTEB SEASON. LAST WEEK OF THE WINTER SEASON. LAST WEEK OF THE WINTER SEASON. CLOSING SCENES OF TRIUMPH OVER ALL OPPOSITION! ?VKR ALL OPPOSITION! OVER ALL OPPOSITION! OVER ALL OPPOSITION' OVER ALL OPPOSITION! The Manager is happy to announce an engage ment with Mr. CHARLES E. G0LLINS, OUAKLES E. COLLINS, CHARLES E. COLLINS. CHARL1S E. COLLINS. CHARLES E. COfcLINS, CHARLES E COLLINS, CHARLES B. COLLINS. THE ORIGINAL "CURB," THE ORIGINAL ?'CURE," THE ORIGINAL. "CURE." THE ORIGINAL "CURE,-' THE ORIGINAL "CORE," Whose various performances have been imitated fey nearly all the half-Hedgod performers of the day Patrons of this establishment are respect fully requested to be on hand to witnese the VERACITY OF THE ABOVE STATEMENT. VERACITY OF THE ATOVE BBATEMENT. VERACITY OP THE AEOVS 8TATEMANT, VJRACITY OP THE ABOVE STATEMENT. VERACITY OF THE ABOVE STATEMENT. Mr. Collin* will appear in two of hie peculiar acts to night. Tit: "THE CURE 'Asd thb"LIVELY YOUTH." "THE CURVahd Th*"LIVELY YOUTH " "THE CURB"a?d thb "LIVELY YOUTH." "THE CURE" and tub "LIVELY YOUTH." "THE CURE"and the"LIVELY YOUTH." "THE CURB" ARD the 'LIVELY YOUTH." "THE CURE" ahd the "LIVELY YOUTH." First night of the laughable Comic Pantomime, entitled pjrbiouTED CLOWN. PERSECUTED CLOWN. PERSECUTED CLOWN. PERSECUTED CLOWN. PERSECUTED CLOWN. PERSECUTES CLOWN. Clewn??_ -Josh Har* Pantaloon ?. <...Moas. Szollosy Edward - Miss Laura Le Claire Julia ? . Miss Tilly Forbes JOHN MULLIGAN JOHN MULLIGAN JOHN MULLIGAN JOHN MULLIGAN inn DAN HOLT. SAN HOLT. DAN HOLT. DAN BOLT. in a new Bthioplon Oddity, entitled ENTRANCE INTO RICHMOND. ENTRANCE INTO RICHMOND. ENTttANCE INTO RICHMOND. ENTRANCE INTO RICHMOND. ENTRANCE INTO RICHMOND. REDDEN AND CLARK REDDEN AND CLARK REDDEN AND CLARK REDDEN AND CLARK Will appear in a new a?t, QUINTESSENCE 0F AFRICA. QUINTESSENCE OP AFRICA. QUINTESSENCE OP AFRICA. QUINTESSENCE OF AfRIOA. New Ballet Divertiaement of the SICILIAN VESPERS, SICILIAN VESPERS. ClOI LI AN VESPERS, SICILIAN VESPERS, Arranged by Mone. Eiollosy for the BOQUET OP BEAUTY. BOQUBT OF BEAUTY. BO^UBT OF BEAUTY. BOQUBT OF BEAUTY. Entire Change of Programme Every Night. Entire Change of Programme Every Night. Entire Change of Programme Every Night. Entire Change of Programme Every Night Entire Change of Programme Bvery Night. Entire Change of Programme Every Night. Entire Change of Programme Every Night, Entire Change of Programme Every Night. MAT1NBB ON SATURDAY. MATINEE ON SATURDAY, MATINEB ON SATURDAY, MATINBE ON SATURDAY, MATINEB ON SATURDAY, fOR LADIBS AND CHILDREN. OR LADIBS AND CHILDBBN. FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. FOR LADIBS AND CHILDREN. FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN. FOR LAD1BB AND CHILDREN. A FINB BILL WILL BE 9IVBN, 2 FINB BILL WILL BE GIVEN. A FINB RILL WILL El GIVEN. AMUSEMENTS. rORJD'B RBW THEATER. TINTS 8TMEET, above Pennsylvania Arena#. THUMDAYTipril 13.18S5. _ POBITIVILT lAMglGrfr BDT OB* 0?TB* MISS LAURA KIRN*. Who will appear in htr ceUbritw character of "BO P PEG WOFFINGTON, '?*? SSSrT'oV?SiSS".??Itf itfliift. '?Tc*iivoLi.jm. T HARRY HAWK, and THE 1NTIR1 COMPANY, To conclude with *he faree of T0 THE HOLE IN THB WALL. TO MORROW?Tom Taylor's original comedy of THB AMERICAN COUSIN. Pol the Benefit and Last Appearance of MIBB LAURA KBENE. . # _ SATURDAY?A bill of great attractioa for the Benefit of MI88 JENNIE GOURLAY. ""?""?"SSfcKWifiW Is engaged for twelve nights only, and will appea on MONDAY, April 17. GROVER'S new theater. Pennsylvania Aveifte, sear Willard's. GREAT 8UC0B88 OP ALADDIN. THIS EVENING CONTINUATION OF APPROVAL. The Grand Oriental Spectacle, ALADDIN: Ol, THB WONDERFUL LAMP. with its splendid Cast of Characters, Magnificent Scenery. Magical Illusion", Intricate Machinery, Entrancing Bongs, and the LIVIH? FOUHTAIN OF COLORlD WATERS. ON SATURDAY AFTERNOON, GRAND MATINEB OF ALADDIN. AT CHEAP PRICES. _ VT Regular Admission? ?1, 75, 30, and 25 Cents. ~ GROVER'S THEATER. FRIDAY EVENING. APRIL H. GRAND ILLUMINATION. DI8PLAY OF PIREWORKS. The Spectacle ef ALADBIN; Or.THB WONDERFUL LAMP. PatrioticPoembv ^ FRJNCH to be delivered hy op WABHINQT0Ni SHERMAN'S MARCH TO THB SEA,(Song.) MU8IC BY KOPPITZ. AND OTHER EXTRA ATTRACTIONS. GROVER'S THEATER. FRIDAY. APRIL 14. ap 12 3t REMEMBER FORT SUMTER! WASHINGTON THEATER, corner of 11th and C sts.?For nine nights only, commencing MONDAY, April 17, 18K5. SAM 8HARPLBY'B MINSTRELS. BRASS BAND AND BURLESQUE OPERA TROUPE, twenty artists; the only and original " Monitor Ironclads;" the elite of the profession, whose performances have been the theme and admiration for the last three years from Maine to Missouri; introducing their great Origins! Programme, not yet "pirated'' by the Migratory Mushroons of Minstrels. Admissien 50 cts. ; Orchestra Chairs. 75 cts. ?P 12 ?-t* QRAND COMBINATION CONCERT, EASTER MONDAY NIGHT, ApBIL 17tii, 1*6-3, At ODD FELLOWS' HALL, 7 th Street, BY THB WASHINGTON QUINTETTE CLUB, Messrs. Dawson, Noyes, Hodgson, Tabler A Ball, FOB THB BENEFIT OF ROBERT BALL, Assisted by Mad. C. Y. Kretschnar, Miss E. B Turner, Prof. J P. Caulfield. Miss E. Daniel, Pref. V. W. Caulfield, Mrs. 8mall, Harry Sherman, J.P.Franklin, B.U.Keyser. A choice Programme will be presented, and with the above-mentioned array of Professional and Amateur Talent, a most acceptable entertainment is promised. . The two Grand Pianos used on this occasion are from the celebrated factory of Chickering & Son, and are very kindly loaned by J. I?. Ellis, No. 306 PDoorsTopen at 7?4 o'clock p. m.. Concert to com mence at 8 o'clock preeisejy^ , ?*.? m*. sic stores of'Ellis and Metzerott, and at the door, ap 11 lw^ ? OXFORD'- oxford: oxford: MUSIC HALL AND THEATR1. Ninth street, fronting on Pennsylvania avenue TBw,A?^?r?icH"?DLo.w^,;sorToN Bead the names ef the Artists now performinf of thin igt&blishin^Dt. First week of attblBMESSRS. COOPER AND FIELDS, TContei1nnedt8uccesBbo? the*following Artists: M ''lifef AG N aSN 8 UtTH EkL AN D. MON8. ANTONIO, BABRYACABTER,g0N The MIACO BROTHERS, Miss BUSIB BROWN, Mr. J. C. FRANKLLN, Miss MILLIE FRAN0I8. ?Mi..V.BOJB.?Og?I?kA7IB And 28 other Performers. MONDAY next, first M'LLB ANNBTTA GALLETTI, Primeur Dan sense. LADIEB MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON. ? OBBPH REYNOLDS A CO., PLUMBERS, GAS AND STEAM FITTERS No. 600 NINTH 8TRBET, NEAR AVENUE, Have JuRt received, and will constantly keep on hand, the largest and best assortment in the eity of Chandeliers, Brackets. Drop Lights. Portables, Glass Globes, Mica and other Shades, and all arti cles in this line, from the best establishments in New York, Philadelphia. Ac., which wall be sold en the most reasonable terms. Also, RANGES, FURNACES, and Fire-Board "^wVare prepared to fnrnishthe best RANGE in ace anywhere, on very reasonable terms. Motels, Restaurants. Ac., are invited tg call. We do all kinds of GAS and STEAM. F1TT1NUB promptly and cheap, as also everything in the PLUMBING line in the most satisfactory manner. Call and see our Bathing Tubs, Fountains. Water Closets, Wash stands. Basins, Ac., Ac., at No. 500 9th street, near Pennsylvania avenue, theo j/tf establishment in the city. '?D2-eoti icURGBON GENERAL'S OFFICE, Washington City, D. C , April 1,18 >5. NOTICE.?Candidates for the position or AS SISTANT SURGEONS in the First Army Corps (Major General Hancock's) are notified that the requirement of two years"PRBVIOUS SERVICE in ne longer exacted, and that the only pre-requi eite for examination will be the possession of a Diploma from some 0 ap 5 eo3t Burgoon General. IVOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.?The business 1^1 heretofore carried on under the name and firm of Briggs A Cressey i? hereby dissolved by mutual consent. JOSEPH H. BRIGGS, ay g.Pt? ORANGE J. CRES8EY. ^55^^ FRANKLIN A CO., ? i~l OPTICIANS, vT* 344 Pennsylvania avenue. BRAZILIAN PEBBLE 8PECTA0LE8, Made out from genuine and puro ROCK CRYS TAL, preserving and strengthening the impaired eyesignt. are scientifically and correctly suited to every age, by t RAN KLIN A CO .Opticians, 244 Pennsylvania avenue, bttween 12th and 13th sts., and 388 Pennsylvania avenue. National Hotel Building, , _ KTA fine assortment of Microscopes, Opera Glasses, Field Glasses, Thermometers, Stereo scopes. Photograph Albums, and a great variety of Cartes de.Visite, plain and colored, always on hand. mh 22 J. HBIBBRGER _ ^ ? ? SOCOMBOR TO H. F-Loodo* A Co.. ^ "H AWPoliian Hottl, late Brown's, 368 Pennsylvania avenue. ? ?? novl-tf Washington. D. 0. TiiONEY LIBERALLY ADVANCBD on DIA 1?1 MOND8, WATCHE8. JEWELRY, Ac. All business strictly canfidential. Office hours from 11 A. M-, to 1, and from 5 to7P. M. No. 234 Pennsylvania avenue, two doors from 13th street, up stairs. Room Ho. 2. -M. LIBMAN, mh 21-lm* Diamond Broker. rXBEBBMAKING IN ALL ITB BRANCHB8. MISS 8ANFORD has connected with htr Milliner? Department first class Dressmaking, having engaged a competent fitter, and guaranties satisfaction. Work done in the best manner, and upon very short notice. "w ,obk "isas.VM???fB,nu,a',8 No. 4 Market Space. ap?-6t* 2d door from 9th St., np stairs. /CHRISTIAN'S MISTAKE, by the author o Vv "John Halifax"; Hand-Book of Dminc, by Brillat Jarari?: Adelaide Proctor's Poems; Social Staties, by Herbert Spencer; Spencer>e Moral. Po litical and Esthetic Issays; Spencer's first Prin C?1. SPECIAL NOTICES. If Peopl* "who Brrtxa from the dull stupidity that n??ti ue everywhere in apring, ana to* often in all seasons of the year, knew how it could be cored by taking AYIS'8 8AR8APARILLA to purge tie bile front their systems, we should have better neighbors as well an clearer beads to deal with. ap7-lw A HINT TO BOTH 8JSXBS.- How TO Ga? a*D Retaiu ApriCTiOH.-Ithas been frequently nifxested that PLANTATION BITTBRBare, ia another form, the "Elixir of Love" of the Aneients. That they do much to quiet "family jari," a?d reconcile fretful wires te cross hus bands, we yeri!j believe. When domestic quiet is restored and connubial felicity reiffns supreme, "lew great the cbarm, how sweet the bliss Tbat finds expression in a kiss." A free and proper use of PLANTATION BIT TERS will inspire the sonls of both sexes with pare and high-toned sentiments ef affection,t and a capacity for rare and exquisite eijeymen in each other's society. Remember there i?no place like home, and no passion like love?and nothinc to link the two together and you to both like the great Family Blessing, PLANTATION BITTERS. ap7-lw PUBLIC HEALTH. THB PRE88 Advertising has been pronounced "undignified" by the medical faculty. A physician who adver tises a valuable remedy to fifty people in his pri vate practice would receive the coid shoulder from his professional brethren, should he mak his merits known to millions through the business columns of a newipaper press. This may be "dig nified,"?but ia it benevolent, humane, or Just* Whoever is fertuiate enough to discover or in yent anything ttat will prevent, or cure, or alle viate human suffering is bound to make it kHOwn through every channel of communication within his reach, to tne general public. For many years the merits of EOSTETTERS CELEBRATED STOMACH BITTERS have thus been proclaimed to the world, and multitudes have been restored to health or save! from fatal maladies in conse quence. As new facts have been developed in re lation to the operation of this most pure and po tent of all Stomachics and Alteratives, they have been stated in sinple language to the people of many Itnds; and if the proprietors of the medicine have derived profit from their dissemination, thousands upon thousands of individuals have been benefitted thereby to an extent beyond all estimate. In the West Indies, Canada, Australia and South America. HOSTETTER'8 BITTERS are now recognised aB the sole specific for Dyspepsia, the best possible safeguard against epidemics,and the finest invigorant in eases of General Debility, and the only diflasive stimulant, en-'irely free from noxious ingredients. ap5-2w THB BRIDAL CHAMBER, an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Men. Alse, new and reliable treatment for Diseases of the Brinary and Sexual Bystsms?Bent free, in sealed envelopes. Address Dr. J. Skilli* Houghtom, Heward Asso ciation, Philadelphia, Pa. mh 31-3m SPRING AND BUMMER CLOTHING. New stylea guperb Btock of Dreaa, Sack, and Walking Coata, Pantaloons, Vesta, ant; Boys' Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Ac.. Ac. We are now prepared to exhibit our stock of Men a and Boys' Ready-made Clothing, which, lor ele gance or style, variety and excellence of fabric and hithlnlness of manufacture, has noi been sur passed by any stock heretofore offered *his ^Thoae in seareh ef Clothing for Gentlemen's and Youths'wear are invited to call and examine ou? stock. We can say with assurance they will find the right article on the most reasonable terms. Also, an extensive assortment ef Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, comprising everything neces sary for a complete outfit. _ NOAH WALRER * CO., 368 Pa. av., oe 10-8n?" Metropolitan Hotel Building. Nervous Debility, Bemixal Weakhess, Ac.. Can Bt Curt A by one who has really cured himself ?ml hundreds of ethers, and will tell you nothing but the truth. Address, with stamo. mar 2-DA W,ly BosTenTlSasB. STOP THAT SCRATCHING, And use WHEATON'8 ITCH OINTMENT. It cures Itch and Salt Rheum in <8 hours, also eures Chillblains. Ulcers and all Eruptions of the Skin. Bold by all Druggists. Z. D. OILMAN, mar 23-ly 350 Pennsylvania avenue. Colgate's Honey Soap. This celebrated Toilet 8oap, in such nniversa demand, ia made from the choirett materials, is mild and tmollitnt in its nature, fragrantly tctnttd and extremely benificial in its action upon the akin. For sale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. Jan 28-eoly SECRET DI8EA8EB. Samaritan's titft is the most certain, safe and effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever discovered, Cures in two to four , days, and recent cases in twenty-four hours. Nemineral, I no balsam.no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken. It is tke soldier's hope, and a friend to those who do not want to be exposed, Male packages. 12; fe H3&'-6 f3i ? Samaritan\? Root and Herb Juices?A^positive and Krmanent eure for 8yphilis, Scrofula. Ulcers, res. Spots. Tetters. Ac. Price fl, or six bottles for U. Sold by 8. C. Ford. See advertisement. mB To Pcrify, Ksxicn the Blood, Beautify the complexion, use Helmbold's Highly Concen trated Flcid Extract Sarsaparilla. One battle equals ia strength one gallon of the 8yrup or Decoction; m25-6m A Clear, Smooth Skin and Beaotipcl Com plxios follows the use of Helmbold's Concen trated Flcid Extract of Sarsaparilla. It re moves black spots, pimples and all eruptions of the skin. m25-tJm Not a Few op <*r *nE Worst Disorders that afflictmankindarise from corruptionsoftheblood. Helmbold's Extract op Baksaparilla is a rem edy of the utmost value. m25-6m OWEN O'HARE.l [t, y. NOOWAJJ. O'HARE ic NOONAN, PRACTICAL FL UMBERS, STEAM Ay I) GAS F1TTERS, 402 D street, between oth and 7th, WASHINGTON, D. C , , Are prepared to execute all orders appertainins to the above branches on the most reasonable terms, and in a thorough, practical and workman like manner. Charges moderate. TO THB PUBLIC. The undersigned, for fifteen years Engineer and Superintendent of the Washington Gas Light Company's works, would inlorm his triends, and the citizens of Washington and Georgetown gen erally, that having resigned the above-mentioned position, he has entered into a copartnership with Mr, T. V. Noonan. for the purpese of conducting the plumbing, steam and gas fitting business in all their branches. His great experience, together with that of his partner, will, ne ttatUrs himself, enable the new firm to give the utmost satisfac tion to all who mar have plumbing, steam or gas fitting to do. He solicits a liberal share of public patronage, assuring all that nothing that experi ence, energy and mechanical knowledge can pro duce will be wanting that will tend to give general satisfaction. Very respectfally. ap ll-3t OWEN O'HABl. AMERICAN ORGAN.?I have this day received No. H>. being the largest ami most perfect Church Organ made by the great organ firm of 8. D. & H. W Smith, of Boston, and it will be on exhibition for a week at my store. I beg all or ganists, amateurs and others to call and see this beautiful instrument. This is a powerful organ,designed for Churches. Chapels, and Public Halls. It has two banks of Keys, one and a half octave of Pedals, and four Stops?Diapason, Principal .Upper Forte and Lower Forte, 8ub-bass and Coupler. The Peda's have an independent set of ReedB. It possesses great power of tone, and when used as an accompani ment in singing, particularly with a large chorus of voices, the effect is grand in the extreme. For the purpose to which it is intended, it unites all the excellencies attainable in an instrument of the size, and is perfectly adapted te the wants of Churches ef ordinary dimensions. It will be found to possess all the qualifications looked for in a Church Organ, while its price is within the means of every society of two or three hundred members. ... It is fuMiBhed in black walnut case. We havP'alwayB on hand a complete stock of these organs and melodeons,prices from S75 to f350. These organs and melodeo^sfor Tent. 306 Pennsylvania av., near 10th street. Sole depot for sale of Checkering & Bon's Pianos, ap 10-3t and Smith's Organs and Melodeons. 1 LIGHT!! COAL OIL LIGHT!!! It shines so bright, and the consumers ef OIL will agree with us that it isa safe and cheap light. Call and see the NEW LAMP, one cent for twelve hours light; the New Flint Glass Annealed Chim ney is the best and safest, the/ will not break with heat. Call and see them and be convinced, and you will agree with others that have used them that they are as represented. J.R.FOLEY. an7-lm 316 F street, bet. 10th and 11th. rpAKE NO MORE HNPLEA8AMT AND UN" J^IGHT OHUa^nyPROTip ROSJi WABS;- o? to TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. LATER. FROM EUROPE. IJe Sltntwall leaves Lisbon?The U. ft. fired upon by the Per f5!,*e *?***?Ad vance in American Se> curt ties. Lie boh, March 29.?The United States fri INiagara and Sacramento attempted to sail alter the Stonewall left; before the expi ration of the time fixed by the Portuguese au thorities,-and were fired at by the Belem forts. Toe Niagara was struck in the poop, and a chored"1 *illed T1>e VeSSelS tb?reaP?n &a Arrival of the Moravian. Portland, April 13 ?The steamship Mora vian arrived at 7% c'olock this evening circular, dated the evening of the 29th uit., reports a very active market during the week for American securities, con siderable purchases being mad* for American account, especially in Illinois Central shares, which have advanced from 55 to (51. Erie's are freely taken for investment; low prices in ducing purchasers. They have Improved from 32 to 36 Five-twenties advanced to 5' on Monday, but since have been flatter, owine to supplies being sent forward by continental holders. They, however, closed steady at 59 w Increasing business is being done in Atlantic and Great Britian bonds. Auanuc According to current rumors, the pressure among holders of cotton m Liverpool was such that private financial arrangements were beine made by a large number of firms. The suspension is announced of Messrs. Bremmer k Co., of London, engaged in the Last India and Brazilian trade. Their liabili ties are ?150,000. It is rumored that the Emperor ef France is suffering from indisposition. The report is confirmed that Mr. Boudet, Minister of the Interior, has resigned, and bas been created a Senator, and that Marquis de Lavalette has been appointed Minister of the Interior. London, March 31?The bank reduction to four per centum, though fully anticipated, im 5roved the tone of the British funds and mar ets generally. A Lisbon telegram, dated yesterday, just re ceived, says the commanders of the Federal steamers Niagara and Sacramento, state they had no intention of sailing when fired on by the Portuguese forts, and that they were only shifting their anchorage. It is rumored that diplomatic notes have been exchanged in re gard to the affair. e It is supposed that the pirate Stonewall will make for Gibraltar. The London Index says, should the Wash ington Government presume to impose udou Portugal as an inferior Power, and endeavor to extort reparation from her in the case of the Sacramento and Niagara, the great Powers will be placed under the unavoidable obliga tions to protect her in the assertion of her rights. FROM CALIFORNIA. Arrival ef a Fleet of Vessels?Reports About Maximilian and Or. Gwin. Sam Fuanci6<o, April 10?The steamer Si erTa Nevada, from Portland. Oregon, on Sat. urday nigbt, brought 8110,000 in gold. A fleet of twenty vessels from South Amer ican and European ports arrived within the last twenty-lour hours. Arrived, on the evening of the 8th, ships Cv clon and Hornet, from New York. The Democratic Press, of this city, says '?We learn by a private letter from Maxatlion, that the French commander at that place has received a copy of a deed of cession from Max imilian to Napoleon, in which Dr. Gwin is named as trustee, and that it includes Sonora, Smaloa, Durango, and Chihuahua. Dr. Gwin has returned to Paris, but on no business re lating to any change of arrangement: and is ex pected in Sonora early in June, with suffi cient force to pacify that country." I FROM NEW ORLEANS. j Siege of Mobile Progressing Favorably? Louisiana Supreme Court Organized Adjournment of the Legislature. New Orleans, April 6, via Cairo, April 1* ? .?l?P l*e. army about Mobile to the 4tb state tbat water communication between r-w, t aiooijf is cut t>y a battel established above the xort. Rebel intercourse at that point with Moblie is now enUrlly sus! pended. The siege is progressing favorably. ^The Louisiana Legislature adjourned to "?he Supreme Court of this State was organ ized to-day. 6 Steamboat Accident. NASHV1LLK, Tbnn., April ll?The ferrv boat Kentucky, plying between Nashville and Edgefield, while crossing the Cumberland this morning, became unmanageable, and drifted against the piers of the railroad bridge Sev eral persons were slightly injured. The nasi sengers were rescued by the steamer Bon Ac cord. The Kentucky scon afterward sunk telon thrshoafs.11 Stand' With tW? Ieet ot wa* '?Rally Round the Flag." Portland, April ll ?Superintendent La tham, of the Grand Trunk Railroad, who tore a flag from a train yesterday, was waited upon by a quiet mob to-day, and conducted throueh the city, dressed in soldier's uniform and car rying a flag, whicnhewas obliged to salute He was also obliged to makejpatriotic speech es* Finally the flag was nailed to his house. Destruction oI a Newspaper Office by Ri. oters. Portsmouth, N. H., April 10?a riot com menced here at two o'clock this afternoon The crowd has cleaned out the States and Union office clear of everything. Rnmor says thev have commenced on the building. Termination of a Slander Suit. Boston, April ll?The suit of Joseph Smitn against Charles O. Rogers, publisher of the Boston Journal, for slander, claiming dam ages in 910,(00, which has been on trial belore the Supreme Court, resulted to dav in one cent damages for the plaintiff. Celebration in Philadelphia. Philadelphia, April. 12.?Mayor Henry has, by proclamation, fixed Monday evening next for a public Illumination of tbe city, in honor of Grant s victories and the coming peace. is said that through the death of North umberland, Ciueen Victoria has two vacant garters. Why don't she put them on then 1 l&'Tbree large steamers for the outside line frem New York to Philadelphia are now building. These ships are intended to make a daily line, and are to have accommodations for three hundred passengers, and large freight capacity. " ?"In Harwich, Mass., Saturday evenine while some citizens were loading a cannon, to lire a salute in honor of our recent victories lD"The Boston Advertiser announces a new sensat.onal novel to be published sooner or later, it is to be called "The False Heir- or the Raven Waterfall." 'or' ? American fleet will return the visit of the Russian naval officer to Amer ica soon as the Colorado is ready for sea. ?ST'The number of U. S. pensioners is in with startling rapidity, no lees than 13,<24 having been piaced on the rolls durine the year 16(56. The number of invalid pension ers at the commencement of the present year was 29,442, and the number of widows pen sioned was 36,16S?making a total ofG6,3?0. .. ??"Noless than fourteen steamers are adver tised for Idaho and the gold mines, in the St Louis papers. ?7" Advices from Vestern Louisiana state that there is a great scarcity of breadstuffs in that portion of the State. 1L/" There are five different lines of piles driven across the river at different points be tween Varina landing from Richmond, with openings barely wide enough to permit steam ers to pass through. ?^?The rebel capture of Fort Smith has been contradicted; the Federals occupied it on the 3d instant. fl^The Princess of Wales will not receive visitors for a short time, having a little nursery affair to attend to. ^"Hon. Henry J. Raymond and family will leave for Europe in a few weeks, to be absent during the summer. l^A large nnmber of drays and wagons are employed at Charleston in transporting cotton from its hiding places in and abont the city to the storehouses preparatory lts shipment north. Three thousand bales hare already been collected. FROM RICHMOND. [From the Richmond Whig, April 11. J The Rtcuitrictlia Qoeiliu. The recent interview between the President and Judge Campbell Mated to tho restoration or peace in all the States, and not to Virginia alone, as might be inferred from the brief no tice of the the "consultation of citizens" pub lished in the Whig of Saturday. Whilst every one will rejoice at the restoration of peace and prosperity in all the States, we cannot refrain from the expression of the hope that the public ?*Ji lo tak? part in the reinstatement ? v! ir^nia^ ^er aucient position in the sie terhood of states will address themselves to that business without unnecessary delay. Vir ginia was not consulted nor waited for when secession became the determined policy of the "<Jotton States,' and there is no sound reason why "co-operation" with them, in accepting the President's terms of peace, should be the rule of proceeding now. Let Virginia lead the way back to the Union, and present an exam ple of prompt action to the other State* of the late "Confederacy." The Fredericksburg Railroad. Over a thousand lanoiers are at work npen the Aquia Creek end of the Richmond, Pote mac, Fredericksburg, and Aquia Creek rail road; and it is expected that the trains will be running through in less than three weeks. The Central Railroad. We understand this railroad is to be pat in immediate repair to Staunton, and perhaps farther, If the advance of the army in that direction should justify it. The road is broken in many places, and there are numerous bridges to rebuild and repair. Weaie grieved to learn of the very serious indisposition of Mrs. (Jen. Robert ? Lee, at her residence in this city The great disaster whirt has overtaken the Confederate arms has unnerved the wife of the great General quite, and we do not wonder that her fluely strung nerves should give way in the struggle. Since the occupation of Richmond, the Federal authorities have acted with the most scrupu lous regard for the feelings of Mrs. Gen. Lee. At first, a colored guard was placed in front of the house on Franklin street, bnt upon it being represented that the exhibition was, per haps, an insnlt to the lady of the mansion, the colored guard was withdrawn and a white guard substituted. We learned last evening that the condition of Mrs. Lee was somewhat easier, but the shock to her constitution has been very .severe, and there is not much hope of her recovery. Many of the merchants who closed up their stores on evacuation morning, never to open them again, are beginning to feel a thrill of business interest, and are toere and there re suming business. Already some are beginning to speculate upon the chances of a trip to New York, Philadelphia, or Baltimore, with a view t? laying in a stock of goods for the spring and summer trade. The Review of Saturday. Long accustomed as Confederate eyes hav? been to the once all-pervading gray, we do not believe that the sudden substitution of blue as the prevailing color is distasteful to many of our citizens, thousands of whom looked on the military spectacle of Saturday, not as the dis play of prowess on the part of a triumphant foe, bur. as an exhibition or the military genins and reiources of the United States, which all can again contemplate with pride. None of the colored troops appeared on re view or parade on the occasion, but a separat display of them will probably take place be fore long. One feature of the display was evident to every observer, and that was the superior drill, morale, and discipline manifested by the men in their marching and soldierly bearing,, the perfect condition of their arms and equip ments, burnished to a dazzling brightness, the batteries drawn by well trained horses, fat and sleek, and substantially caparisoned?all in striking contrast to what the citizens have been accustomed for the four years during which Richmond was held by the Confederate army. The reporter passed over the greater part of the route of the parade, and did not witness or hear of a single unpleasant incident to mar the general harmonious character of the day. The citizens viewed the pageant with silent interest from the sidewalks, doors and win dows, and if they did not openly rejoice at the appearance of the old flag of the "Union," there were no expressions that could be con strued into derision or contempt. The soldiers, on the other hand, abstained from those bois terous shouts of exultation that might have been expected, and marched orderly and quiet ly, as though desirous of abstaining from any unnecessary demonstrations that might tend to give offence to citizenB. Altogether citizens and soldiers have cause to congratulate them selves on the result of the first review and parade of United States troops in the Capital of Virginia. Financial. TFrom N. Y. Commercial, April 12.] The steadiness in the markets continue. In the produce and merchandise markets, there is a steady recovery of confidence, and no dispo sition to sacrifice unreasonably in prices. Some articles that have not yet yielded in pro portion to the decline In gold, and which are ilkely to be affected by the opening gf .tha ?nn. plica in iko ouuiu, are sun weair ahd declining; but, as a rule, prices have become generally adjusted to the basis of ISO for gold; and there is a fair degree of confidence in operating upon that standard. The stock market continues strong and ac tive. Governments are in demand; but still scarce. Ten-forties declined and Certifi cates V. The recent advance in gold-interest bonds has turned the demand upon Seven thirties, and the subscriptions are increasing. The demand for money is moderate, not withstanding the abundance Of money in the banks and the hands of private lenders, there is no pressure to lend, and the rate continues generally at six per cent., with occasional loans at five rer cent. There is very little paper offering for sale. The highest grade Is current at TaO per cent; second at class 10al2 per cent. loan. Foreign exchange is quiet. The rates are decidedly weak, and sales were made yester day afternoon considerably below ths current quotations. Gold is quiet, the premium remaining at 44^ a45. Some of the large operators have trans ferred their speculation to stocks. Strike at ths Brooklyn Navt Yard.? The workmen in the Navy Yard who struck against a reduction of wages, a few days since, are still out of work. A number of them have obtained work elsewhere, but the majority are looking for jobs In vain. The supply outside the yard is much greater than the demand. The wages paid up to this time, per day, were as follows ?Caulkers, ?4 50; Sparmajiers, 84 50; Joiners, 84. All these have been reduced fifty cents per day: and hence the trouble. There is muc(l work to be done about the yard, bnt it is doubt ful whether all the eld bands will again be re quired. It is quite likely that there will be a large number of discharges, as Government does not now require any new ships. The caulkers say that they can get the same wages outside, and will only be required to work nine hours; whereas they are compelled to work ten hours in the yard. It is the same with the spar-makers, ship-carpenters and joiners. As things now are there are 1,200 men out of employment, and with very fevr exceptions, all are awaiting the decision of the Navv De partment, in the hope that the fiity cento per day deducted by the recent order, will be added to their wages. Of the ship-carpenters, 700 have left, 250 of the caulkers; 50 spar-makers; 275 joiners, and 100 painters.?N. Y. Commercial. KTFour of the detective officers of the Con federate government, who resigned and re mained behind when the government changed its base, have been arrested, together with Wi ley the turnkey of Castle Thunder under the Confederate regime, and Frederick Shaffer, the Confederate bread commissary for the Union prisoners, and all committed to the Libby Prison. ?^The secesh wemen of Richmond are dis gustingly viperous, and appear at church sprouting with rebel military buttons, and with their sleeves bespread with gold braid, indicating the rank of officers. JET" The dry goods auctions in New York were characterized by better feeling yesterday. Prices of carpeting, dress goods, hosiery, silks, ribbons and millinery goods were all up, and sales were quite spirited. ?^"ittany of the large gold operators in New York, in consequence of the dullness of the gold market, are transferring their speculations to stocks. JD" Hundreds of refugees are flocking into Savannah from the interior of Georgia. Some families walked all the way from Atlanta. gy It has been ascertained, since Charleston was evacuated, that the rebels lost two of their vessels?the Kan a wan and Marion?by the accidental explosion of their own torpedoes dnring the time of the blockade. fD" Alexandria is to have a grand oelebra tion over the Fort Sumter flag-raising to-mor row. _ . ITT" Gen. Fremont has purchased the Webb Place at Tarrytown, on the Hudson river. g^-New York has just sent a new regiment I to the field, the 192d, the old regiment of that name having gone out of service. The com* maud is expected to arrive here to-day. ?7"The rebel Jeff Thompson has Issued an order assuming command of the sub-district of Arkansas, and requires all the country agents to exact a one-third toll from all exported cot ton. The Monnt Oenis Tunnel will be com pleted sooner than was expected, the work men having come upon softer rock than that which they have hitherto met. The year 1868 is named as the time of opening for traffic.