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In the Confederate service there are five full
Generals, ranking as we print their names, thus: Cooper, Lee, Johnston, Beauregard, and Bragg. There are seven lieutenant generals, ranking as follows: Longstreefc, Polk, E. K. Smith, Hardee, Jackson, (now dead,) Pember ton, and Holmes. They have over two hun dred major generals and brigadiers. President Lincoln on Monday last paid a vi it to die various hospitals in and around Wash i ngton. "XT >TL^K.?On an 1 after the first Sunday in JN -June, we, the undersigned. Barbers and Hairdressers, in this city, inform the public, that we shall close our business places on Sun vs. E & ^ ^ RD Ij A N (jrll \\, IN S. HA KEY HELM. JAMES N. KUjDD. IIA RK1SON JACOBS. T. COLINGSWOilTH. ,J. W. SIMPSON. Tn y 20 ? At* ? ^^ m:) WATER TAKERS AND OTHERS.? J. In consequence of the cleaning of the Com pany's race, the pumping, will be suspended for severati days from this dace, rendering necessa ry the strictest economy, in the use of the water. Parties having direction of the military -estab lishments in trie city are especially desired to ?attend to this notice. The law will be enforced against all persons using the iiie-plugs, for other .purposes than the extinguishment of tires. D. W\ LEWIS, Supt'. my26?3t Alex. Water Works. N PROF. LOUIS WUNDRAM'S CELEBRATED HERS MEDICINES, TO YV* for the first time introduced into this country, have been successfully used tor twenty-six years in Germany, and therest of Eu 3*op?, and are particularly eiiicient in the cure ot Allien onic diseases. They are imported direct to this port, and their efficiency end. safety can be relied upon with confidence. They are VEGETABLE PILLS and POvY DERS, the best blood purifying tti-edwine extant, and unequalled for the cure of Tetter., Asthma, Bea.iache, Sore Eyes, Catarrh, Pain in the Breast and Sides, Spotted Fever, Chills and Fever, Dyspepsia, Scrofula, Salt Rheum, Can cer, Jaundice, Biliousness, Eruptions of the Skin Piles, Worms, Dropsy, Erysipelas, Swell ings, Open Wounds, Choiic, and infac-t all di seases caused by impure blood, or imperfect digestion. iJ RO i?\ W U N D R A M' S R H U E M A TIC P0\Y DELIS, a sure cure for all Rheumatic complaints. Gout m particular, Pit UP. W US D Pv A M' S E P1LEPTIC R EM ED i', the only safe and reliable remedy fox* the certain cure of this terrible complaint. PKUF. W L: N D ii A M ' S VEGETABLE ELIXIR, an invaluable remedy against Asth ma, biliousness, Pain in the Breast, Cough,JDys sentary, lied and \Y hite Fmx, Headache, D.ar r i(?a. Cramp Cnolic, vicc. PKOh\ \VUSDLiAM'S HEPvB TEA, a >?lea-ant an.d wnolesome beverage, for sick and c >n?'aleseents, also for Dispepcics, and those ?aiii'ieteti with nervousness, WU^uKAM'S TAPE-WORM EX.i EKAllfl A TOIL PROF. W U S D ii A M' S TOOTHACHE DKOPS. k uil directions accompany each remedv. For sale by ISAAC ENT WISLE, my 28?tf Ring st.. Alexandria Va. CO ^ TAB'S V K B A) I X V: X T EEMINATO R, 17' > K R\TS, UI ( E _ RO ACH ES, A NTS, A Bud Bugs Mo'ns in turf, Woollens, &c., insects on Plants, Fowls, Ar.ii.ials, ? Put up :n 2;>c, oOc. and $1 boxes, bottles and lias; 5-iand sizes for iiotels, Public Instit itions, 4XC, ^Only infallible remedies k:*own.,? reefrom poisons/' i*D0t ^anSerous the human family, > 'Rats come out of their holes to die." ooid wholesale in all large cities. Sold by all Druggists and Retailers e>e/j ^'here. Beware of all worthless imitations. See that SkCostar'sM name is on each box, bot tle ana flask, before you buv. ^Address HENKY R. COSTAR, Principal Depot, 482 Broadwav, N. Y. kold by , HENRY COOK, Wholesale &ad Retail Agent, &a- Ateipodfla,' V &. FOREIGN MISCELLANY. i A h andsome young French woman has been on trial in Paris for strangling her husband while lying by his .side in bed. The noose he put his head into when he led her to the altar proved a fatal one. Landser, the famous pairter, was recently waylaid by some En glis>h young ladies, and made to draw the stetch of a dog for a fancy fair. The skeUh sold for 100 note. Prince Napoleon has arrived in Egypt. An English travellerclaiius to have discovered the source of the Nile. A movement is on foot in Great Britain, it is said, for the fusion of the Congregationalist, Baptists, and Presbyterians into one denomi nation, and many leading men of the three de nominations, among them Spurgeon. are in favor of the movement. The elections aie now the grand topic of discussion in all political circles, and the uni versal opinion is that the Government will be succesful at almost every point. M. de Persigny has just issued a circular to the Prefects, in which 1 e draws a glowjng but true picture of all that the Emperor Napoleon has done for Fiance, and in return for which he now de mands a renewal of her sanction and confidence. The Italian Government has commenced ne gotiating wita France for putting a stop to biigandage upon the Roman frontier, which is said to be encouraged by the Roman Govern ment. The Sultan of Turkey saw a railway for the first time in his life during his visit to Egypt, He was very much frightened at it, and from Alexandria to Cairo would not allow the engine ?to go at even ordinary speed, and was eight hours on the road. A supplement to the Levant Herald, dated Thursday morning, April 30, says: UA tele gram received yesterday evening from Smyrna by the Greek Patriarch, reports the occurrence of a m< >t disastrous earthquake at Rhodes on the 22d i-nst.-, resulting in the destruction of two thousand houses and a proportionate loss of i i ?? * an life. Ladies and'1-if^Es"sHOes at cost. Will be positively sold, for cash, at prime eo.-t, several cases of Ladies and Misses SHOES, made in the best manner and latest style. J. W. HORN BAKER, No. Ill N. W. corner of King and Pitt sts, my 23?8t* _______ CHEAP FAMILY GROCER, CORNER PITT AND PRINCE STREE1C, | HAS constantly on hand, Nos. 1, 2 and I Mackerel, in barrels, half barrels, and kita; Saline n, Potom^o. Herrijig, Smoked Halibut, Smoked Herr'ng And Snored Beef. A^so, a choice brand of ?agar Cured Hams, fo* ra nily j use; Shoulders ana Breasts, and a gene?*1 as-j sortment of goods for family supplies. Call and j examine. dec 2 THE CHEAPEST C O A. L OIL In the city, to be hud at c: c* jssp* m9 NO. 15 ROYAL STREET. 2~ BBLS. of the heat OIL ever manufactured t) just received. On hand, & large and splendid assortment of LAMPS, of ail styles, together with GAS FIX TURES in variety, at extremely low prices. Look to your interest, and call at the right place, jan 26?tf ICE! I C E I ! ICE! ! ! A large and superior cargo of PORTLAND ICE, is for sale, at my ice depot, Fairfax street, opposite Mansion House Hospital.? Those who may be pleased to favor me with their orders, will have it delivered, DAIL1 fro**! wagon. - mh 27?tf P. G. IIENX)ERSON. KEEP COOL? THE undersigned would inform their friends, and the public generally, that they are now prepared to furnish ICE at all hours of the day or night, atthe "old stand" No. 26, north Royal street, opposite the market. F. SWAIN & CO. wP, S.?Orders for large quantities of ICE left ith us, will, be procraUy filled at most fa GREAT B WAINS ! BOOTS AND SHOES. J KAUFMAN (foniierly of the firm o ? Hecht, Kaufman & Co.) has rp^ned store No. If) Royal street, opposite the market, where he keeps constant^7 a large slock of ail kinds of BOOTS, SHOES, GAITERS, &c , which he intends to sell at the most reasonable rates. Ladies and gentli m^n, if you desire to get ood and cheap Shoes, for yourself and chil* ren, please give a call to J. KAUFMAN, No. 16 Royal street, nay 13?lm (Mrs. Engelbrecht's old stand.) PAINTS OILS &c.?1 bbl. Spirits Turpen tine, 1 bbl. Native Turpentine, Copal Var nish, Coach Varnish, Japan ditto, and a full supply of Linseed Oil, Paints of all descriptions, \\ indow Glass and Putty, L>unp Oil, Neetsfoot Oil, &c., &c , received and for sale by my 12-3w? HENRY COOK, 39 King-st. Mayor's Office, ) Alexandria, Va., May 8, 1863. } OTICK is hereby given that it is contrary to 1 w for dogs to run at large in the Mar ket House, and all dogs so found after this date will bj Kined and the owners thereof fined, my 8?tf C. A. WARE, Mayor. | ISTEN TO THE VOICE OF TRUTH. " The great \ ush to 178 King street, can be explained, as follows: Calicoe.-?cheap; Ginghams?cheaper; De Laines?cheapest; Black and Fancy Pressed Silks?very cheap; Bleached and unbleached Mousselines?still cheaper, &e. An immense stock of GOODS at astonishing low rates, at S. ROSWALD/S. 178 King street, my ^6?tf 2 door? above Wash iKgt<n. CjTILL MORE AND MORE INDUCE k5 ME NTS, in the wav of bargains, in DRY GOODS AND MILLINER Y.-At SCHWARZ'S old place, you can find this week Elegant Lawns at 15 cents per yard ; Splendid Lavellas at 15 cents per yard ; Beautiful figured Brilliants at 25c? yard wide; Black, purple and figured Calicoes, all round, at 20 cents per yard ; Cftalleys and Mousse de Laines, a large lot, at 25 cents per yard, and a large stock of Mour ning Goods, Sun Shades, Silks, and Silk Capes, and a fine assortment of Embroideries, just re ceived, and ready to be sold cheap. Call and examine foa yourself at the cheap store, No. 132 King street, opposite Provost Marshal's, my 18?tf ** - ?IT*a,0,ib FOR ALEXANDRIA, WASH INGTON, AND LANDINGS ok THE POTOMAC RIYER.? The steamer KEYPOKT, Capt. E. A. Ryther, will leave ? r i .i? rs . i x n.ii.! -n ? pier foot of Barre street, Baltimore, every Fri day, at 3 p. m., for Alexandria, "Washington, and landings on the Potomac river. Returning, will leave Washington every Tues* day, nt 7 a. m., and Alexandria same day at 8 a. m., for Baltimore and landings on the Poto mac river. Custom House permits must accompany freight for Alexandria and landings on Potomac river. All freight must be prepaid. For freight or passage, apply on board or to> A. NEEDHAM & SONS, 142 Light street wharf, Baltimore, or to mh 28?tf BRODERS & CO., AUt'%. SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!! f JUST RECEIVED, from the manufacturers, a fine stock of LADIES', MISSES AND CHILDREN'S CITY MADE BOOTS AND SHOES, of all k^nds?all of which will be sold at a very small advance over cost, at No. 80 Provost Marshal's Office, ) Alexandria, Va.? M^rch 16, 1863. J DISLOYAL PERSONS having taken the oath of allegiance for the purpose of ob taining passes at tnis office, and then cjrruptly disregarding their oath, notice is hereby given that no pass will hereafter be given, unless the person applying therefor is known at this office to be loyal, or produces a certificate of loyalty, signed by a person of know?n fidelity to the gov ernment. By order: H. H. WELLS, ^ Lieut Provogt Majahal King street, ap 1?2m JOHN T. EVANS.