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LIFE IN NEW YOitK.
:N.. Y. Cor. Nat Intelligencer.] Vv:dk ?'-!-? Broadway will convince an earnest o*--arver that though . gold has "ris," and ahaost everything else nearly in proportion, thai have women, even to the emergency rod awful crisis of having every thing, as they $ wont to, in style. As handUome dresses ^ now worn, and as many of them as eve" s - ot Broadway of Irs straws and dust in the T,-Jmu\ days of commerce and no infernal tax o as handsome equipages roll along the fash :/n]e street?; with liveried attendants, as ev^r vo8.de the world of show that attracted the and helped to enliven the visits of $fhat we now know as SeeessLa^ wrongfully ? to fp^^on. imponed goods are s, neycTi] veYV high; nearly double what they svrre be Tore the war, yet they sell readily, i.ndare worn as extensively, and displayed, in and out of every eroded thoroughfare, in a? -Treat abundance as in seasons gone by. Kea! summer eoM/umes have begun to appear, Straw hats and linen coats are not oiac in "full feather" yet, but may be likened to a slight. "sriovr' of them. Press sinkers and milliners appear to be doing a thriving business in their particular branches o? personal adornment, and the more fashiona ble ones of these classes in industry, say they are overun with business?even to "disap cointrrent,'1' for some of the customers at least. Xt seems evident that some one?and this in clude-: a very large class indeed?is making money, and spending it too. It is thought this will be one of the gayest seasons extant for many years, hence she "beggar7 adds his mite, and his wife and children will appear before the reflectors ot public fashion in cosily fabrics that were heretofore ? now?* to them only in a very large gkss window on some favorite and enticing promenade. There does not seem to beany ilwantv? other than in and for that: which it costs a good deal of money to make i beneficial, either in worth or mere externality, j to one or more particular 1 'self. * * There is one j fashion, the particular "rage'7 just now, and ih~-1 is to trim the shirts ot dresses with rib bon, cord, and etc., in embroidered forms, with braid and cord and in graceful forms with ribbon and other appropriate materials, The richest silks are actually loaded down with this kind or trimming, and many of them until they assume the appearance of the most costly ?''dress patterns/' Sidney Kirtland was lately arrested m New York by the Pro'fc. Marshal, whose return to the application for a writ of habeas corpus, sets forth that Kirtland has been for in any years past s. resident and citizen oi the State of Ala bama; that he left the said State recently, and without permission crossed the lines of the *J, S. Army and came to New York, where he assumed a false name; that he was arrested upon the charge of being a Confederate spy ; tli.v- it is the duty of the Provost Marshal to nold biro fo~ trial hv the military authorities ?v a* a spy, and that if he is not a spy he should held as a p; boner of war, subject to the raid military authorities. The reply to this ^ A * a general denial, and the plea that if th< I asoner took fhe oath he would lose his prop erty in.Alabama. Mr. McCunn. City Judge, oided that, as the prisoner has commuted ^ offence, he must be discharged. The Toroaij (Canada) Board ox trade on iuesiay, agreed to recommend to the mer chants and traders of that city generally, to re ceive silver only at an increased discount. ? -this step} says the G'obe. ' has been ren~ ^-red necessary in consequence of the contin ued influx of American silver. And to so 'vrear an extent- has this been the case th?r hauij bills have become almost & curiosity The Washigton Constitutional Union save ? it * *is rumored t!" at Gen. Stoneman has resigned his command of the cavalry of the .Army of the Potomac* and that Gen. Pleasonton., of Phil adelphia* is to succeed him." A most interesting relic of the oMon time is !?')w on eA.IiJO/i-on ?n i rovicx^nce. svtjocie j land, It is the original deed for '4? lurodred ana tweiu'v-iive acres ot jand, on wh now st*inri> che &ty or a niisdeU'rua, executed 'oy Tviiliani Pens to Thomss vernon, March ??. 1081, immediately upon die receipt of Perm's patent from King Charles the Second, The N. Y. World says i;the scenes ntrfen ding the reception of the 37th and SSth regi ments vesterdav. furnished another instance of ij ?? j the remarkable devoi.ion lelt for the person nf General MeOiellnr? by the Soldiers oi the Army of the Potomac. So far. every regiment without exception. wivicli liiir-. rt^nivmu). ruts borne out S ? one tesdmonv?thai General McCieiian. and *? * he alone, posseses the heart- of that army, and that his leuciev^hip would be of more val ue to it than 3> reuuoreemenr of 50,000 men. Colonel Rimey, yesterday mustered in anoi Ti er company oi colored soldiers, numbering eighty. He says the iourth company is. in progress, and at a meeting last evening, he and others co-operating, urged the colored people to come up to fill the regiment, ami ? hen go on with another. George Moore, the British Consul at .Rich mono, has been dismissed, for acting as consul beyond the confines of Virginia, and disregard- j ng the authority of the Confederate govern ? j menr. j William F. Riehsixne, the bookseller of Washington, who was arrested a week or so ? since for disloyal sentiments, has been uneon. i ditionallv released after examination into * i the case by the military authorities. Mr, H. was not aware at first of what he was arrested : for or who were hi: accusers. j The indictment, in Washington, against Thornton A. Smi*h, for an attempt to bribe j Col L. C, Baker, b ?>$ been quashed by the Court. S American travellers are beginning to thicken . in Paris; and among the notable is Mis Char- . lotte Cushman. The latest theatrical novelty in London is ; found in the comic performances oi M. La yassor, from the Parisian boards, who has j discovered and develoned, strange as it may : Ji. 2 V-' V ? seem, the genuine humor of sea-sickness. _ , * Rev. Dr. Ghirley, of the 7 York Avenue \ Church, of Washington, has been appointed ; visitor in West Point. It is understood that Admiral Dahlgren is . to be second in command under Commodore j Foots, Several oersons were arrested to-day? and MAK2IEB. In Washington, on Monday, Sthinst.. by the Rev. John MeNaiiy, Miss MARION M. SANDS, eldest daughter of Capt. B. F. Sands, | TJ. S. Navy, to Col A. H. BUTTON, U. S! | Army, I) FEB. At Richmond, Ya.. on the 5th inst., ELIZA BETH RANDOLPH PEGRA \L wife of Capt. ; uames W. Pegram, and daughter of R. T. Dan iel, esq. ; C- ? REWARD.?Lost this morning, a large $0 purple set CHAIN BRACELET. The i above reward will be paid to the finder by leav ing it at this office + je !0~~8t* I i E E R T Y if. A L L! Positively for three nights only! COMMENCING TBUESDA Y EVENING% June (he l l'Ji. 1803, CAB N CROSS ft DIKE V ' S *1 I K 8 T R ? I> $ ? TBR STA H TRoirti OF THi WORLD, m their ^un?! Ethiopia-- Soiree? producing &1I Th?*. In ov cities, jN'>r>v &;-?i JBc&ut iiui .Songs, I* ?>. u a a b 1 h iJ urie s q n e s, Plantation Scoxj GRAND INSTRUMENTAL OVERTURES, V00AL QUARTETTES, FANCY DANCER, &C.? &C., As oerformed by this W 0 11 L D K E N 0 W NED T R 0 XI P * A11heir ()pera Ho,'Se in Phi 1 ade 1 ph 1 &, HEAD THE LIST OF A RTISXp: ?I. L. Carneross* E. F. Dixey. Frank Mora.a, J. 31. Ross, * J . S, C O X. J~-\-' H ? J V li, 0 iv. C , 0. Campbell, J. Lament, Charles Stevens, C. Villiers, Thomas A. Beeket, M. I>. Edmonds,. E. F. Simpson, B. Patterson, R. Frassr, Charles Gib dob -. 1 OiTii lii&f li'i /til til.0 1, A RGE3T ORG A N LZ A TION .EXT A NT TICKETS 50 ceiite; Reserved Seats 1u cents. Reserved seats may be obtained at Mr, FRENCH'S .Bookstore, GLAi-'XEb i>>;,/>uur. and at tiie CI J V HOTEL, Doors open at J past 7: entertainment <?om merico at 8 o'clock. J, L. CARN CROSS. J. W, IIOLDEN, Agent, Manage je 8?6t XfT'AXTED.?A BOY, 12 or 13 years-old, for VV milking cows herding cattle, and selling milk in town. A white boy pre torrid. For further particulars inquire at the Gaze.ce office, je 10- -ot SPECIAL NOTICE. A LL PERSONS ACTING AS CLERKS J\c,c agents in any capacity within the Coun ty of Alexandria are required to take and-sub sc ribe the oath required by law, (see Acts of General Assembly. 1862. page 70. section 2,} or subject themselves to indictment at the July term of the County Co art. JOHN C. CLARK, \Q 9?3t Commissioner of Revenue, i N^OTICE.?All persons having claims against the county of Alexandria, Va?, are hereby notified to file the same in the Clerk's office of the County Court for said county, before the 6th dav of July, I86?>, Ev order of the court, je 8-7tf * JEF PERSON TACE Y, Clerk. T>OCK.ET BOOR FOUND.?The subscriber 1 fou 11 d on Saturd ay 1 asfc, a POCXE I' B00K. contiiining some M'3N .E Y, wh 1 ch the owner can have by proving property, and paying charges, Apply at No. 91 King street. ieS-3t* * J, J. HOOPEE. V _____ _ "lisxei; to the voice or the people ? TRUTH PROCLAIMED BY JUL PUBLIC. A LL simultaneously # exclaim, astonishing! XjLwonderful! How is it possible, that we have never been willing to believe the alarming cheap prices, at which the new stock of SPRING GOODS, is disposed of at ITS King St. All who still doubt, caii and convince yourselves. Call and examine the beautiful and cheap Mantillas. Spring Shawls. *' 4' " Window Curtains. - Ji Calicos and Gir.gharns. i: " B. and U. B. Muslins. " " Your time will be amply repaid, and we feel confident that you will not regret your visit. Call, but call early if you wish "to avoid the rush to the cheapest establishment in Alexan dria. S. ROSWALD, 178, 178, 178, 178. King st. King st. King st. King sfc, je 9?-tf 2d door above Washington st. A LEXANDBIA GAZETTE Job Priming Office, Zli-'O (STREET, BETWEEN SOEaI A Nit Pitt