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BWlil'M Anur or th Fotohao, Jane 18.
v . n Th attack medo on tba cneo' ling
josterdaj morning br Gen. Burnsld. was more
successful then at flnt reported. He droTe
uem from two llnct of rlfla-plta with hew
ion, taking fonrirnne end 400 prleonere, and
holding the poiltlon. During the efternoon he
again pushed the enemy still further, jrcttlne
within ebont a mile and half or the city, an?
taking aome more prlioneri. Sheila Vm
thrown Into the town, one of which track "
church. "
A prlaoner taken yesterday report thalSJ ooo
of Lee'a men were to hare arrl.y on ih. field
moat hourly, from Rlchra'.mj brlnalnir tfooDa
T.nn... IiS tlli? r'0 bronght In are from
52L?J- b?J, '.knowledge harlJg been com-
FhSi .'' '-lye.terday morning, Vnd lay
r ,!. J7 of " Potomac llgnta differently
JA. rm'M of Wm. T " "n.
not laKP pr.HknMA. ttji...t.i it. 1..4
, en accnetemed to throwing up breast-
-- aa ai ereiy cnange or the line, and were
jay at thla work when ordered to aurrender.
Onr lucceaa hcra waa moat complete, and with.
vu very neary loss.
The lighting on the remainder of the line
daring the day waa of rather desultory char
acter, and Tery little change took place In the
positions of either party. Late In the erenlng
our left waa Hill farther adranced, and flKht-
lng continued nearly all night. Col. Mix, of
new lorn, la reported klllodi alto, Col. Kelly,
commanding 3d brigade of the lit dlTlalon, 3d
v-uid) lacm. v.oi. uaira, lzom new zorki
Capt. 8. O'Neill, Mih New Torkt Adjutant
McDonald o3d New Yorki and Adjutant Uclet.
99th Pennaylranle, all kllledj Lieut. Col. He'
flee, 09th New Tork, wounded In facei Col.
Beeyer, commanding 4th brigade, lat dlrlalon,
HA corpa, wounded In the hlpi and Col. Cran
dall, 125th New York, In the face; Col. Bam
ey, commanding 4th brigade, 2d dlTlalon,
hand fractured) Major Butler, 69th New Tork
fitato militia, thigh fractured Major Blake, 8th
flew York artillery, In tho head.
Thla morning considerable firing li going
on, but nothing definite haa betn beard In re
gard to it. The Bin corpa came up last night
and reinforced our left
Reporta were current yesterday that Gen.
Butler had advanced to the Richmond and Pe
tersburg railroad, and was engaged In destroy
ing the track, when Lee surprised him and
droro him back to hla cntreuchmente with
heavy loss. Nothing official haa been received
la relation to the matter at headquarters.
Troopa were sent to his support yesterday af
ternoon. Firing, at Interrals, haa been hsard
in that direction.
Amman accockt.
CorreipoQdroea of the Associated Freis 1
HEADQVARTCaS ABUT Or THE POTOMAC, I
Juoe IS, ap m (
Balth'a command, which landed at the Point
of Rocks on Tuesday erenlng, advanced early
yesterday morning on the City Point and Pe
teraburg road, and found the enemy near liar
rlson'a creek, and dror. them Into their fortifi
cations, some half a mile beyond.
The line of battle being formed, muck's col
orcd division on the left, a charge w"j milje
and the entire line or worka taken lla sixteen
gunj and three hundred FrlS! ,nd ,eTcriI
battle Sage. '
1 be position was o of grMt strength, and
should hayo resided an attack from .heavier
force.
The co'
.orod troops aro reported an haTlne
bohavj
-si AflmUaklifi lalrlniv tlialai va AS Iks
.. u BUiuiiauiji tettviufe tutu I'aii ui kU
11 -a at the uma time the others did.
Onr loss In the entire affair waa not over 200,
of whom some 40 wore colored.
The 3d corps came up In the eTenlog, and
took position on the left of Smith.
In the morning, an adrance waa made by
the 2d corps. Gen. Birneyin command, and
the enemy were drlien from another strong
position, with considerable toss In killed,
wounded, and prisoners.
In tbeancrnoon.BarnsIde came up and took
the left of Hancock, and at 0 p. m. an adrance
was made along thu line, and a desperate
trnggle ensued on the left and centre, both
with artillery and Infantry, which lasted till
long after dark, Ulrney'a division gaining a
breastwork In their front.
A larco n amber of prisoners were taken by
this corps.
Thla morning another adrance was made
aloug the line at daybreak, and llnrnslde has
cent In about 400 prisoners, sixteen of whom
were officers, mostly Tennessee troops from
Beauregard's command, also a battle flae.
Gen. Hancock has also captured a large num
per, w.ao are on me way to me rear.
Our Runs now command Petersburg, and
can shell the city at any time.
Gen. Grant has returned to headquarters
from City Point last oven log, and this morning
has gone to the front.
Our loss Is said to be about 1,000 yesterday,
while the enemy's was equally as large, If not
larger.
LOCAL NEWS.
Tin Arsinal CATAtTsorni Obirqulti of
(..I ja. r ..j r- n !i. .
iic . M.IIWW jinjjviirajj g umwrmt rrvcMwn ioi molt
solemn pageant erer prcianted to the eltlzeoa of
mo ui.iritt oi koiuniDia was me tuner, procea
lon wbleh on yeaterday aeoompanled to the tomb
the remains of the victim, of the explosion at the
Aricnw on mi nuiTt i iui is ine urn rentu vcr
dlot of the oldeat residents. It was a sadspeota
ele, and one wbleh will, with the horrible catai
tronhe to whloti It la Doucled. ever be. la that hli.
tory of the olty, an episode around which will
borer the irost mournful memories
At two o'clock the great thoroughfares of the
city were thronged with peraons who were wend
ing thbtr way towards the arsenal and toward the
corner ot ourand-a half street and Pennsylvania
ae ue, woereineiunerai waa eipeoieu 10 pats
The sttamboata from Alexandria were crowded,
And alio the cara from Ueoriatown.
An o der had been lsaued by the Seeretaryof
wr .u tin tomninaiai 01 mo Arieoai iiiiaj
Dentonj to spare no meana whatever in ahowing
the sytvpatny of the Government for the friends
ui ma ucccaaea Accoraingiy a Deauiiiui pavil
ion was erected In the Arsenal grounds by the
cum hi in co ui rrnvmciaiBya wmca vvniiiicu ui
Messrs trederlek. White, Hlekway, StabJlellly,
kmr. Birch. Colluon and Darrr.
iu iiruGiuio waa cuiiaiacu wiin wiiia iiaooci,
floored and canopied with sail-cloth, and was
adorned with the Stare and Stripes Within It
were t laced flltecn eomoi, which were covered
With floral chapleis On eaoh lid was a sliver
1 late for the luscrlptlon. Light were marked
Uuknownt" the other aeven were Inaerlbid with
the names of Lllza Lscey, Ltzxle Ureeler, JullA
Mckweo, Elizabeth Brannagan, Anole Dache, Mar
garet Yi naon and Mrs Collins
At s o'clock the tellglous exercises were com
me need by Her Father Bokel.of St Domloick'a
ihurch After reading the Latin service for ihe
burial of the dead, he made a short address In Log
Uih, whUh waa excee logly impressive Then
followed Rer. George V. .Leech, of the Fotomao
Chapel, with the reading oi a chapter fiom Rev.
clattona After which he made a few remaiks aud
ended with a prayer.
THE rnOCESIIOH
Then began and waa formed as follows.
ftlarahal In Chief, Mr John Dudley, with Ms as
slatant. woo were Missis Jas Klngof the Dlaok
amlih's departoent, John Uolbrook of the Ar
morer s, U luIIIsoq of the Carpenter s, J. Hairy of
the ralotci's, G Campbell of the Laborer f, and
K 11 Hickman of the saddler's department.
Baud of amsla
No 1, Uood Samaritan Division of Sons of Tern
perau.e male employees at the Arsenal, appareled In
white
Lxeelalor Division of Sons of Temperance.
Ho l.fcqual livlston
No 41, Liuoiln Dlvl.lon
No a Armurv lJlvlalun. all la full rcxalla
Then came the remains, which were conveyed
in nine nearaea buu bia auoumuv.;-, uu ncouia
paniedby thd following palMearerat
k, t ami; too, b. U Uapp, J J Granger, Lewis
i-ihiiL I. Aiideraon. J w. btahl. W. Jonea. W.
WUmnore,JohuConIey,J W America, ACawood,
James Huntington, W. A Lawson, Wr Hercus,
thas Leach, John Hall, Thomas Moekabee, Mr
Curnon, k J Meklroy, L Martin, J Indemore,
ww Ueagle, wm roweu. wuiiaii, i irapcr,
K 11 Lcuimoo, H, Mard a, K King, a Young, J
codrlok, J tuber, O Doun, i Dunn, C. Smith
mnn J M.iiisn. L Ln well. J Dlckfrion. W Whee
don, T Wo Look, J Wheedon, G Dickson, M,
Khyoo. J hhyon, H W Young, J Glover, U spt
por. o fittllev. M sulcer. Mr Millar. Mr Holland,
Mr Johoaou, 11 Lteamlizer, 11 Dant, a.. Leeamlt
zer.W. II loppan, John llcacham, J Uredford, J
Hluimt.nd.G netl, N t jreyih,Joieph Uunutll.C
Snook, L Suook.t, Duller, Wm Mi ore, William
niCCXB, Auurcw vuvt, r niuii u mu-uI
Hooker, Jamea Green, J hn Lullcn, H Jacob. A
KH well, T B roe, A. terguaon, fc, rollard, Mr
Vanboru. J Carmlohael, C Cllahan, H Graey,
J Hedmao. W. Nolan, W Hamburg, F, Shed. H
Ldgar, W. Boyd, John Farreil, G. llleb, and A
Next were carriages containing the relatives
snd Irlenda of the decceeed, after which the I real
dent, the Secretary of War. Gen Hamaay. (the
.! Aiimmfwiaviit nt the Arasual.) Major Ben
ton, (ihe Lreaent oommaudant,) with the aubordt
nate Araenal otnoersithe employeeaof the Araenal,
consisting of the blacksmiths, carpenters, carriage
makers sidJlrrs, armorers, nalntrra aed laborers.
i mowed byeltliens In raoeral, hrouiht up the
'"' "os. on foot. A larr. I n of earrlege
followed, nd the whole extended from the Arieoil
w 'TunsjiTaaia avenue.
At the corner of l-our-aod-a-htlf and F streets
(.mains oi nun value oieEIIrr in, woo esotned
lire, but cieil lu the hoipllei froei th. Injuries
whleri Ihe teeelvcd. Jilned the sorter, maalnr lu
allllxeeaccnins In rAl.heerersorhrremalni
were Ceoii. A Hill, W m II. Uneawell, KJwird
II. Hoorer, and i T. Hall
At thft enrnr nf Pntir.snd at ris! f (!( inrl rn.
TlTftalft ftTenutwer Mtembled lh ohoUri of
o ivy i npei suoutjr 'onooi.wno wiinta to ry
trlbutu o remeot to HIn tuin If arrli. who wm
h member of thfl lahool lRaolutlonc of rt.nft
to her mriTjorf war Adopted In the raornlDff at h
mfttlof r the tenehen. which tendered iy input by
to her brother And ex pre tied their reiolve tof-
ivnu urr lUQcrtti j
The procfiiloa mored onwnrd towrdi the Orn
rrcsiilanitl CtKnAterv. thm Ihi rsmains wa ..
ierrcd with lolemn nod Appropriate eerenonlei,
AUrKeeoo.ourieof cltlzeoi throijed the entire
Mill RebeOrA Hull. Uhn illrl In tri hiBnltal ai.
ter ehe wee taken from the mine, win buried from
thernldenee of Wr. Jno Klnf. a relAtlve, who
reildei on the corner of K and Filth itreete Hrr
rviuo.UB wcr- (AKCn 10 OIOUD. UUVftf LA th 01 10
Cemetery
The funeral it firltlrat ntinn. nnnlli- if th
rletlmi. Awaited the proceiloa, nad alter It
paned preceded to Mount OUret.
SbTBRILT WOUHDKD. The followlnc nt.
count of a wounded man appears tn the report of
uo oikio prreiDo., woicn was prerenteu this
morDlrtg at the headquarters of pollee by Sergeant
Sklppom
Ifatrolmaa IfoMohan reports that at S o'clock
this morning he ws called to a ceotleman named
Summers, a P rat Lieutenant In the United statea
service, and stopping at No S7S Ninth street. And
who was asverel woun led, and tyhme wound was
accidentally reopened at the Above hour, so as to
require the Imme Me attendance of a aurgeon.
The offloer procured Dr Xraaby, who waa
promptly In attendance, and stopped theerfualoa
of blood afid renderel every asatstance to the
offlcer until he was out of d infer."
Tni Sacrbd CoNCBnT. The entertainment
er sacred musle given lat night at Fo d s Theatre,
under the management of our esteemed towniman,
Cbarlea M Wilbur, treaaurer or Grorer'a, was a
magniHecot success 1 he i Wt of the city were out
tnmttte, President Lincoln occupying a consplcu
T,Lta,e box PP'rentlv enjoying with great
rellah the unusual feast Messrs Habelmann and
Hermanna never sang better, and Mrs Kretseh
mar aoaultted hrntir titmli hiw. ihnm k. ..
abstantiAl plaudits ard manrmcorri. Shall we
w utivs oiner saoDAin coocertst
Casb or Dbowh pro. Toaterd ay morning,
about o'clock, a eotored man named Croker was
lound drowned at Sixth street wharf He waa In
a row boat and ws nsblog at the time. Hla body
was takes to the statlen houae ot the Tenth pre
el net The coroner was Immediately summoned
ft.h.J? lBq,t but did not arrlre ontheapot
till thla morning about 10 o'clock.
i
POLICI IttPnUTI -..Mitrf TtmAt Pnl
Coleler and Mm n la Clark, desertion i to military.
TAfrd Prtcim I Michael Caton, aaaault and bat
tery) for hearing Mary Mullen, selling liquor to
eoldlerst flat I 120 Jobn Fltzgireo, dlaorderlyi
fined 3t6 Michael Urlea and James Shehant mu
lt a ry.
tourth rrecinct-T.Wta Llerrellrn. disorderly!
floelftto WllaConk,doflneda3
VJVI PTtcintt Jsmra Jaekaon, Hlvorderlyi fined
1 60 Jamea Bradlock and Henry W.IUima,aleep
inironatreelifloeil tl
Sixth PrffnW Wm Thninti. Inn. nnmlti Inn
Nelaoo,and Nacs Dlgga, disorderly conduct) eight
hours Robert Adams, violating hack lawj $1
B jbert Jones, do i 3
Stwnth Precinct John fihehy, assault and bat
tery: ball for hearing. Gcorgo Moody, disorderly)
fledl&8 "
Eighth PrtcinctJhratt Whaler, disorderly con
dueti lft Joseph Leach, Indecent exposure)
nimiary
MiUH Precinct Michael O'Leary, drunkt $1 93.
HeoryGreeoDeld,dlsorderly eoDduei)21 63. Do ,
redttlor offlcer, security for court.
remit Precinct Timothy Collins, $2 Wm Ssm
kins, John Coleman, Howard Jordoo, and Edward
Chlnor, gambling on Sunday) dismissed.
Amusements.
Fonie New TnEiTns. Mr. J. S. Clarke Is
announced for this evening, for the tlrst lime In
Washington, In the character of Launce. In Shak
speare'a beautiful etnedyof "The Two Gentle
men of Verona" The universal favorite, Mlsa
Susan Denln, also appears la the comedy as Julia
GnOTin's Theatre Manager Grorer'a con
tinued abaenee from the city In at'endlng to his
duties la connection with hla opera troupe i which,
by the way, haa erjnyed a comtDued series of auo
ceaaea ) haa allowed him to be Induced to leaiebls
theatre for a summer ,s a inn. to the well known
manager, Mr W. L Sinn, who aiauraes the mana
gerial relna to-night, and produce the fainoua
oriental pajent, entitled Mazei pa," Introducing
the famoua equestilsaactreaa, Mlaa Kate Vance,
In the duplet character of taaiamlr and Mazfpna.
The aolmal to an ear aa the ' flery, untamM
steed' Is the oelebrated "Don Juan1' a bose of
piendld proportions and thor-ush breed He has
been educated by Mr Derr, and waa purchased by
Miss Vaooe,for 1)1,100 Ircm Mr,Lavlgoe heman
agcroi the royal cirque, farla Miss Vance haa
enjoyed a seaaonof complete ancceaa, apt earing
be ore crowded audiences In all the principal clt'ea
of the Union, Including New erk, Boaton, Cln
olnnatl, lm Doubtlcaa, a crowded audience will
be In atten 'anee, and It will be well for thoae hav
ing ladles la care to secure their seats during the
day.
CAKTBimcrtY To-ii I git Inaugurates another
week of fun at thla erei-popular place of amuae
ment Marietta Havel appears In her fatorite
character of the " Child of the Regiment,'1 la which
ehe eieoutee the manual of arms, extlngulshea
twelve lighted candles at one gunahot, aod er
forms other wonderlul feata on the tight rope, In
which performance she doubtless has to rival.
Varieties Thla evening, second week of
the great aucceeaf il aensttlo i drama of the Seveath
Street lreaa Maker, The Union Martyr Girl The
accomplished aotreaa. Miss Let tie Lhandler, In her
great original character Also ailthegreatMuale
Hall ahow, and all tie Minlc Hall artla'rs This
great drama la exciting aa attentlna allfirerthe
enuntry, and will shortly be produced In New
York. Wednesday, Levee
WniTEnuRST's Gallery, 414 Pennstmtama
Arc nue. This celebrated establishment has Juit
been elegantly ratted and furnlahetl Haa one of
tkelargeatoolleetlona of Photographic negatlvea
tn this country, numbering over fifteen thouaand,
embracing llkeneaaes of dlatlngufahed peraoni,
bitli civil and military. Llkeneaaes of many oi
iheae fallen In battle can be ottatnel here. For
auporlor work, Whltehurst outatrlprlng his com-
Klltors, reoelrcl a medal at the World s Fair,
ndon Particular attention la called to his new
Imperial Photographs, also Vlgnctts now much
ought after. nor-tf
Any ono baring occasion to visit a private
medical Institution are advised to call on Dr.
Vellny.
A large and suecraaful practice here anl else
where enables hlu to guaranty a perfect sure In all
aaaes
Aiivlaltaand communications atrletlr mirage
and confidential, Icrseus calling ice uo one but
the Doctor. fcbl tf
Tnn only place where yon can purchase India
UtiLber a-ooda of all kinds at Manufacturtri nrlcea, la
at II. A. HALL'S inaia KUDix-r warenouie, am
rennsylranla avenue, between Ninth and Tenth
streets. Also, all kinds of Rubber goods beauli
uuy repairea at anon aouoe. uii
Naw Vnnx HTTT.sa. WuaMin,j CflaOiina f
iSw and taiMonalUt A lat go asaortment for Dreas
fcnd Buaineaa wear. The English Sack and Walk
ing Coats exeell In beauty, grade aod finish any
thing orer oCered In this city.
tla. oiavrncna c u
ocS tf IW ra. ar., bet. Ninth aud Tenth sts
TT O R O L Y M O N T. STEAMER
1 PIltFNfY. Cat t Stacxfole. will leave foot
vl Seventh etreet every aUNDAY MOHININO at
10 A ni auriog n irmon, i ir ilia iuM ii iinumcr
retort The Above steamer can le chartered tn
private parties curing the week by applying to
Lapt, Stackpole, or 1U Ienns)lvan.a avenue, up
atairs star and Chronicle Jeao-im
rpiIE PUPREME COURT OP THE
I DMTHCT OF COLUMBIA, HOLDI O A
DISTHICT COUK1 OH Tllr UNITED
STATES FOR 1HL SAID DIS1RICT.
To all uhom it maj concern, Gut ltino
Notice la Ucreuy given, that durlmtthe mo nth a
of April and May, 1834, tie Unite 4 State a veaaela
comi oalng the I otoru-o Flotilla captureil, as law
ful irises, elghteca Caoore and Hatboita. their
Tackle, Ato . and brought the aamo Into this Dis
trict for adjudication, and the aamo are ilbellei
and proaecuted In ihia Lourt la tho name of the
United Statea for condemnation aa such lawful
prlzea, and have been arreated by the Marabal as
oh. ami that aaiil amuae: will aland for trial at the
City Hall, la the olty ol Waahtngtoa, oa the TblrJ
MONDAY of July next, when and where all per-
aona are warneaio api er iu muw u" "
demnatloa ahouid not be decreid, aud to Intervene
for ibeir lntorests
Jt20 2awtJjlB
Jnun IS 1CC1
It, J NEIGS, Clerk
WATER REGISTRARS CHTICE.
JlTNI. II tUlil
Hie Mayor of Waahlogton Is thtsdy li formed
ly the knglneerof the Washington Aque uotihat
"the supply of water from the Aqueduct la ani le
If Juctlcloualy at piled, to kacp the streets quite
Iree fiomduat fhey can notoalylve aprlnk ed
but showered, If ue.esaaiy, three or four unua
eaoh dav, by means of private slreoi plugs ui
carta, during the dry aummer aeaaon "
Public hvllet, therefore, Is hereby given, that the
restrlotlona heietofco Impose 1 u on the use o
hand boae forwaterlui the streets aro, for tho
preaear, remoteu
By dire ot Ion of the Mayi
llANDOLPH COYLE,
Je30 a
water negisuar,
FOR SALE OR RENT.
nENT-.AN ELEGANT HOUSE.
with brown atone front, natllallv furntaheit.
wilh all modern Improvements, centrally and
peasantiy located. No 414 K street near the resi
dence of Secretary Chtae, together with a large
brick a table The nremlaes not to be rented tot a
boArdlng-house. For partlculan.faqutreof Hon
D K BOMsA, nn the premlaes,or Capt GEOBGK
KLY, No 27 Four-sod a-half street, roiseaaion
given name .lately. jcistr
p o n S A L
"One Brick House on Fouitl
h
House on Fourth street, 31x100, eleren
One Bdok House on G street, First ward, 31x100,
ton (ouma, tyi DWi
One Brick House oo Seventeenth street, First
ward, i7xiro, nine room a, is,6O0
One Brick Huieonthe Iiland, D street, 33x100,
ten rooms, escoo
OoeBriek Houston Ninth street, fiOxloo, nine
rooms, a 1,600
One Brick House on flxlh street, 18x100, eight
rooma, et uvv
One Brick House on D street, 19x100, eight rooms,
rentlne for B70O rer icar. A4.0.f0
One Brick House on ft street, 34x100, seren
rooms, iifroo
Fire Bnck Houses on Ninth street, 17x100, seren
ro"mi, 4)1600
One vrlek House on Eighth street. Island. SOxto.
ciruo run ma, t vw.
one uncB nouae on lenic aireei, laxiuu, eignt
rooma, ISSOO
Fire Brick floutee. on Maaaachuaetta aventit.
between L and N streets, 16x90, seren looms,
f 4 SOU
Two Brick Houies on G street north, llxl 15. five
rooms, a 1.500,
Four Brick Hnusea on Thirteenth street, laland,
11x80, five romr." tl,200
One Brick House on Ninth street, 17x100, fire
rooms, $1,000
One Frame House. (12,000 feet of ground ) sixteen
rooms, ,200
One frame House, (Cottage,) esxioo, twelre
rooms, s, oo
One Frame House on Eighth street, 15x100, six
rooms, i l,6oo
One Frame House on Tenth etreet. 25x139, seven
roiiis, i3,70O
Two Frame Houses oo the laland, Virginia ave
nue, i?k60, seven rooms, tl too
Two Frame Houses on klghth street, 13x73, eight
rooms, 4)1,000.
Fur Krame Houses on Tenth street, Hxtoo, (Ire
rooms ai too
one Frame House on Twenty-third street, (cor
ner,) 14x70, six rooms (I 600
uuuaicg una in ah pans oi me eny.
Farms and Lands for aale and exohaoge
MITCHELL fc SON,
ileal fatate Brokers,
Southeast cor. Peon ar and Fifteenth street
N. B Anubfurnlahed Houae alxteen rooma. on
Feenatlvaola avenue, for rent, (aultabla for a
boarding houae ) one other of eight, and one of
five, and four of four rooms e Ah Jel7-tf
EOR SALE A NEW TWO STORY
BRICK HOUSE saloon, parlor, excellent
;ment one square weat of the CI role, on Tenn
sylvanla avenuf, adjoining Doet Newman'a. Lot
extends from avenue to K street Title Indtapu
table. Foaseaslon given July lat, 194 Inquire of
j n wntiLkK,
myll-tf Collector s Office, City Hall.
OH BALE THE STOCK AND FIX-
tureaof the Wood aod Coal ard located at
493 Twelfth etreet. between F and F streets.
No 4!
with nleaaeof one or three veare. at the option
of the proprietor said yard being centrally lo
cated In the mldat of A bualoeaa community, makes
the location one of the moat dealrable la the city
The preaent proprietor having urgent builneia to
attend to elsewhere, will dlspoae of the above at a
low price, or would rent UeyArd end fixture a If
desired. myll-tf
OR BALK. A LARGE, COMMODI-
oua. well-built houae. situated In the moat
uesln
iealrabla nart of the cltr. for sale It Is well fur-
niahcd.And the furniture will be aoldwlth the
house At a great bargain. Inqulie of
iVAHVII ItAIUUH)
United States Marchal, D. U, 410 F street. Waah
Ington. fetiVtr
SriRE SUBSCRIBER UAS ON HAND
L a large quantity of OAK and TINE WOOD,
oroughly eeasoned aod In good condition, which
hats prepared to deliver to purchasers In any part
of the city, at reduced prlcea. Also, Anthracite
and Cumberland COAL, in quantities -to suit pnr
chasers Orders solicited at his new Wood ard,
No. 4SX Twellth street, between 1C and F streets.
nOV-ll r. i.vnua-1.
NU. MILLER,
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
REAL ESTATE, EMPLOVMLNT ANDGENERAL
No fill Ninth street weat, near lenn avenue
vonvvy anciug. aoidvwiouiiuiium, uit u.
torney, and all bualoeaa pertaining to tho above
oltlce iranaaeted with diapateh
Particular attention paid to the renting and col
lection of rente on real estate, aud debts of all
deaertptlons N B, Property holders can receive
the rery best of tenants without charge, apib-tf
JP O R
SALE
lMcaaee Drake's Plantation Bitters.
200 ' W.J C Club Houae Gin.
150 bbls Old nre Wl.iil.ry
so cry old Rye Whlakey.
loo hair cheats Tea of various kinds.
100 boxea Old Plantation Co tree,
100 kits Mess Mackerel
100 half kits Mess Mackerel
100 kits No 1 do.
too " No s do
100 " Pickled Salmon.
60 bags Old Jara Co tree
And renei-ftl aaaortment of Wines. Llfluors.
Champagnes, Havana Cigars, &o , at market raits,
tn nit imiai DitDnv
W. CUUWIN BUROY.
No. 14 North Charlea street,
Baltimore, Md.
mlMy
500 hemovai, 500
TU W K W UUIbl nu,
B: 500:8
SEVENTH STRELT,
JOINING ODD rilLOWl' HALL.
JAMES B. TOPHAM & CO.,
HAVE REMOVED
Thclp Well Known, 014 EitaMlihad
TRUNK, SADLERY, HARNE83,
ARD
ILITARY EQUIPMENT MANUfACTORI
TOTnEIR
NKW DUILDINQ,
B:500
SEENT1I STRLET,
DIRECTLY OPPOSITE THE OLD STAND,
wnere may oe idhuu, ui uur uwuui.uuihi.iuii.
moat complete aaaortment of every style and price
oi juuiiary ana cmuur
3ADDLKS AND Dn IDLES,
BREAST CULLAilS AND MAUI INO ALES,
FINE SWORD BELTS, with Topham's Patent Slide
KiIa Kramirntnrra nf
LANGHOLZ'S TATENT STUH3.
Maoufaoturcn of
LANGHOLZ'S PATENT CDRB aad NOSL STnAf
FUR SALKi
EWDANK'S PATtNT SPUR,
STFEL, BRASS, AND 8ILVLR TLATh SPUHS.
DUM--ALO AND FINE WOOLt N ltODh.9,
UOnSE COVERS AND ULANKEIS.
BITS.
MILITARY AND CITIZFNS'
BIDINU AND HARNESS DI1S,
IN (1I1LAT VARIETY
H A U N K 8 B .
FINE DOUBLE COACH, CARRIAGE, AND
BUGGY HARNESS
FINE SINGLE CARRIAGE, BUGGY, AND E-
TRESS HARNESS,
SUTLERS', STAGE, WAGON, CART, AND
PLOUGH HARNESS
wnipa,
COACH, DUGOY, STAGE,
RIDING, AND WAGON WHIPS,
EVERY STYLE AND TRICE
T K U N K b .
SOLE LEATHFR TRUNKS AND ALISFS,
IRON HIAME TRUNKS,
VVOllDI!U IRUNK.ANDVALISFS,
LADIJS'DRtSSTHUNKiainlBONNKT BOXES,
ARNY VALISES AND IMUUNU IRUNK9,
LctiherADl Caavais Plllileur DA.S, Leather,
Caovail au 1 Carpst Travf llnK Vaia, LaJlri' Frenob
Satoheli, Toy Trunks ami School Satolieli, aao
tverr article lu their lino ol builuen.
UEMEMBKRI
EP500i3
SEVENTU S T n K T .
JOHN JOLLIFffE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
lias removed his ofllee to the Northeast corner of
w and jniinenia sireaia, oppusiv inn
ontranco of the Treasury Building,
Washington City, D.C, ,,.,
Attends especially to claims upon the United
ii-i
BOYS' CI
lo resell t
dren's Clot
CLOTUING...-WE ARE NOW
it of a large Assortment of Boys' ana
fothlnaT of tha naucat atvlea. aultable
for the present season for dress and sehool wear,
to which we invite the attention of parents.
WALL, STLPHENS & Co ,
9 Pennsylvania Arenue, between
Ninth and Tenth, street
api 19-UU IttufclnUM
AMUSEMENTS.
af-IROVEH'B THEATRE.
T rennsrlrant a arenuo, Seat WUUrd'a Hotel.
LFONARD GROVKR D1PFCTOR
Aiao.oi b rovers new uneaioui street xneatre.
Fhlladelphia.
THII (MONDAY) EVENING, June SO,
First Appearance nf the eelebratnl Laarstrieooe,
mis Kate vancf
Who. together with the admirable Ldueattd Horse,
DON JUAN,
Will appear lathe grand melo-dra matte pageant,
from Lord Byron s great poem, entitled
M KZY PPA
OR, THE WILD 110RSF OF TARTAR?,
Sustained by Mr. Grover's Philadelphia and the
Waa bin eton Oompanlra
tj-Due notice will be given ol the reappear
ance of the talentM young comedian,
MR. J K. MORTIMER
RATES OF ADMISSION!
DreiaClrcI ,,.., W) cents
Orchestra Chairs. 75 cents
Family Circle 25 cents
Tickets for sale at all the Hotels JeflO
I LORD'S NEW THEATRE,
1 TENTH STRFET, ABOVE PENN. AVENUE.
THIS (MONDAY) EVkNINU. June 30, last night
but two of the re-engarementol the popular come
dian, MR. J 8. CLARKE, who wttl apt ear for the
Of si time here as Launse, In the beaut Cu I enraedy
by Shakapeare, entitled the TWO GENTLEMEN
OF Vs HON A, supported by Mlia Susan DenUand
the unequaled company. The perfomaooe will
conclude with the farce of LOVE IN LIVERY.
COLUMBIA GARDEN,
f orner nf Twelfth street aod Ohio Avenue.
FRLE CONCERT EVERY NIGHT
Monday and and Saturday concerts commence at
lo clock, with a full Braaa Baod
The cooleat lager lathe city always on hand.
j7 tm'
WANTS.
w
tnouaai
ONEY WANTED....T11 E ADVER-
tleer dralrea to n era 1 1 ate a loan of twelve
liiuurnuu uuuitia, iu nc imuivu ur it uctu ui muii
oa unincumbered real eitate, now brlnalng an an
nual rent of five thouaand dollara The loan to
be for five yeara, and the merest payable n,uar
terly
a. lreaa r u box no cer. waaninaion. u u.
f- Baltimore &un coov three times and Bend
bin to this -race. jizo-et
-TTrANTEDTIlREE OR FOUR VV
VV nil. to learn the PIANO FOR it. bv a
laay wno na a lew noura wiring ine nay to apare
Auurcae, " a. ii ," uox ta at inia omoe jn-u
m
ANTED-TUnEE COPIES
or
this I aprr Iiiiim tb. 7u er February.
A eDT
DISABLED BOLDIER WANTS
mrlorroent Is a cool penman and ao
ottuniaaiuaiinru loiAavcnargaoi aaeioi uooaa
vuiyin( aou irnoi.cD) wrinaa; periurmcu auioaif
en. Auurcii a ii , uua ivj, vvtiininKKiii,
my3vim
T AND WARRANTS WANTED.
"FIFTY LAND WARRANTS efiO, S0( 130 andlsO
wueu uuuivuiaivciy ov
tLAnu BL UAILUItU
Room a, corner ftevesffb and F sta
T BURNISHED HOUSE OH COTTAOE
furnished houae In this city for six months nr a
yrar, where a few rea pec table boa ders would be
allowed! or, would rent a small cottage, furnlahed
or unfurnlahed, aultable for three peraons Rent
will nepalu monthly or quarterly, in advance, and
tbelesf of references chen, Audresa Boa 3, Na
tlonal Republican Offlce nh!I
PROPOSALS FOR WOOD AND
COAL
iuit urriis wrBTPi-nT, uu mu, ioo
Sealed rronoaals will be received by the under-
atgned till U o'clock m , on rRIDAY, July 1, fo
furr lahlng, lor tne tiae nr this ueparimeni t
40u tone (3 310 lbs. to tho ton) beat Baltimore
Company'a White Aih Coal,
bv ttioa oral lieu abii ujmi, mj aicv, suit
3 0 eo da beat seasoned Otk Wood.
8 ttli factory arrancaoienta muat be made to se
cure o the Government full weight aod measure
The wood muat be corded snd measured upon
the premlsee, and one-fourth sawed Into three.
and the remainder Into two pieces, and all jllcj
away In the cellar
PartlcB auoDlvior the Wood will bo at hterty to
delUer it at euch time during the fall an 1 winter
as my best suit their convenience, provided aecu
rllybe gl en for the falthlul fulfilment of the
contract
The unJeralgned reservea the rlht to ir-Jeet any
or all the blda, if the Interests of the Department
teem tore.utre it
No bids will be entertained unless satisfactory
evidence n be given of the rellabllltj and loyalty
ot the partlea.
snini ice oi coai, aucu rb ib uraircu, u vv ituu
by catling upon the underalgue 1
rermtuia wm ue pruaipuy mine
1 he Droitoaala ahouid b addreiae 1 to the under
signed, an 1 endoraed "Propoaala for Wood and
Coal," ot for either one, aa the oe may be
JIa.S9 IlALLflWe LL,
Dlsturaing Llerk,
J e 17-lit Tost UlUce Depart want
OFFICIAL NOTICES.
r F F I O l A L.
Wan BtrAHTMEMT, June 19,1381
Major Btnton, L S Arienat
Ihe funeral and an expenses inciueni to ine in
terment of the eulTsrers by the recent catastrophe
at the Araenal will be paid by the Department.
ou will not spare any meana to cxprrai the re
spect and sympathy of the Government for the
deceased and their survhleg friends
EDWIN .M STANTON,
j30-3t Seeretaryof War.
0
f n O U L
Trgaburv Depaxtmvnt. I
FuirMTit AvDiTan's OiriiL, June 18,1861 (
Persons having claims against a balance due
from the Unite 1 States to Denn s Grenler, de
ceased, are hereby notified to preaent such claims,
pmi erly authenticated, to this offlce, within four
months after the anve date
JtWWt STLPHFN J W. TABOR, Auditor.
AFFIOUL,
Wan Detabtment,
CUT, J
Adjutant Gemlral s orrici
WASiiiNOTon, D. V , June 30, ltw
The following ofllcers having been reported at
the headquarters of the army fjrtr.eofTer.cfe here
inafter epecltlrd, are hereby notified that they
will stand dlstnlstcd the service of the United
Statea, unless, within flReen (19) daja from this
date, they ap ear before the Military Commission
la seislon la this city, of which Brigadier General
Caldwell, Unite 1 States volunteers, is prrsllcnt,
anl make satisfactory defence to the charges
agalnat them
For J i audutent conduct in receiving pay twice forth
tame ptriid from dijjtrtnt ajmaileri
Scon I Lleuteuant George Svhuler, 08 h Tcna
sylvanla tolunteera
Absence totlhotU teaie
Second Lieutenant J Hauk,30th Indiana tolun
terra 1 D TOWNSLND,
jcSO A"Utant Adjutant Cenerat.
AM'IOUL.
War DcranTMCMT,
:mt, )
Adjutant GtNCRAL's office,
WAiHifQTON, d. c , June is, isea.
General Orders, No 313
I All slok and wounded oinoers, absent from
their ommands and not fit forduWIn the field,
tut able to sit oa courts-martltl, will Imme liately
report their names and address to the Agutant
General of the army
II All stah and regimental meJlosl officers now
on leave, in tho Department of the laat, la New
Jersey, the eastern put of rennsylranla, and the
eastern part ol Marjlaod, U aitie to travel, win
report to the nearest Me ileal Director lor exami
nation! and thoae found uj.lt for active aervlee,
but able lo d hoepital dut) , will be ordered to re
port ImmeJUtrly at the hoapltal at Camp Parole,
near Annapolis, Marylaid, for such duty as the
Surgeon tn charge may require of (hem
By order uf the Secretary of Wan
L D TOW.NsrND,
Jc.0 6t Aaslstsut Aljutaat General.
O
HP HANS' OOURT.
D1TRICT
OF COLUMUU, WASHINGTON
i.iiUNiv. id Wit i
JUNL T, ISbi,
la the oaso of James 11 Jones, aJmlatrator of
Elliabeth S Ullnga decease I, the administrator
afortaallhsa wllhthoan ot atlonuft) o On haua
i ourt of aahiogton cuuity aforeaaid, ap
lolutfd haturday, the 1 1 day of July oex', lur
ihe final aettlemeut ai 1 distribution ol the eraou
at raUtoof said dectase 1, anl uf the aasrts In
hand, aa far as the same hae Ucn collected anl
turneil Into mniisvi when nnd where all the Credit
nra anl liclrs ot said drneased am natitUd to at
tend, (at the urphana court or Waahlngton cmin
ty aforeaaid ) with their claima i ro, e ly vouchtd,
or they may otherwise by law be exclu led from
all benefit la said decease 1 s estate tovlded a
coi y of thla order be i ubllal el once a week for
three wockaiu the National IU riroLRAN, pre
vluus to the said id day uf July, IBM
Teat i C. HOBBINS,
jeis-wiw Ueglitel of WUli.
AMUSEMENTS.
C
ANTERDURY HALL.
THE GRFAT CANTFRRUnV.
THE GREAT CANTERBURY,
THE MOST GENTEEL,
THE MOST GLNTaEL,
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
THE MOST COMFORTABLE
CONCERT H4LL
CONCKKT HALL
MTiircrrr.
IN THE CITY.
T II R COMPANY
THE COMPANY
THE LARGEST,
THE LARGFST,
THE LARGEST,
MOST TALENTED,
MUST TALENTFD,
MOT TALENTLD,
AND MOIT VERSATILE
AND MOST VhHflATlLE
OUT OF NEW YORK.
OUT OF NEW YORK,
M'LLE MARIETTA RAVEL,
MONS BAPTISTIN,
JOHN MULLIGAN,
BILLY WEST,
If. W. WILLIAMS,
J. 1 DOUGHERIY,
J DC FORREST,
W.B CAVANAUGH,
RONZANI GRAND BALLET TROUPE,
MIS JENNY FORREST,
MISS VIO Rl.
MM SALLIE WFINER,
MM4LAHRIR GARDNER,
MISS NAOMI rOHTEH.
M'LLF IOLA.
MISS KITTY SrOTT,
MISS MARY GARDNER.
MISS MAGGIE WILSON.
MISS FANNY PARKER,
NHS SALLIE NORTON,
MISS MARIA MONROE,
MUS JENNIF DE VF-HS.
MISS MARY WALKER,
MISS CLARA HENDERSON,
MISS LILLIE BAKER.
MISS ESTELLE FORREST
A MAGNIFICENT BILL
FOR THIS KVkNINOS ENTERTAINMENT.
ON MONDAY EVENING, 37TH INSTANT,
flrat preaentatlno of
THE GREAT LOCAL DRAMA,
THE BUSHWHACKERS OF THE POTOMAC,
Written expreialy for the Canterbury by a well
known dramatic author) with new Local fcenery
by WM FIELDMAN, Appropriate Costumes by
REUBEN MARSHALL, Machtoery and Appurte
nances by T SULLIVAN) the whole produced
under the Immediate supervision of W.B CAA-
NAUGH
INCIDENTS AND SCENERY.
SCENE l, tew nf the Potomac and Washing
ton City by moonlight G vernment tranapo ts
steam eg down the river The Picket Guard at hla
poet Braxtoo, the Buahwhacker.
SCENE 11 -The Haunted Hut la Irglnla The
Buahwhaekers It council P ot and counterplot
Ihe aplrltaf ', appears to the SaceatlonUta
Tableau THE UNION MUST BE PRLSKRVEO
SCENE lit View ot the National Hotel on
Pennaylvanla avenue Beau on hla ahape Chlpa
getting searee FaahlonaMe eoclety Tne bogua
bill Beau on anew lay Nothing lke eprepnaaea
aing exterior A new patcntor the pateit omee
Irlah Molly, Of preaents check which Is not ac
ceptable aLI L I A gay time In Swam poodle Faglo,
the Game Cook, and the girls from home M e
McLaughlin's party, rollicking times among the
boya Charley Sin rgan, the oldeat haekmai la
town "Two Spanking Bob-tall Grays 'Night
unera ami tne u eaic o uav uora nima vour eve
Peter In trouble-Hlherntan dlvaratlona Beau
again 'Idoa I drlok.but I II take a cttarora
cneia, it you iiks iiian aong and uance by the
characters Black Sti dlaturba the part) A row
and a recreation Beau lu trouble
SCENE V Scene near Alexandria, Va Lieut.
Cnmptoo, nf the U S A , and his betrothed. Lucy
OU more Flight of the lugltlvea Tim agin and
Mrs McLaughlin united for Lie, and on their way
to Anew hi me.
sctvNL VI Aouia Creek Beau on a Ashing ev
eurslon Flat flau rather aearce Catches a Tar
tar A aad mishan The Union refucees a HI pur
sued Terrific storm Beau's umbnlla Blark Sal
to the rescue BuahwhkCkera, be Jabers Tab'eau
SCL.NC If The Bklrm ah in the woods Brax
ton aLd the Bushwhackers gain a rlolory D adly
combat between llm ra(fn and Br ex ley Beau
pul eloutof thefrylegpan ' Howareyou.Jerter
son Davla and your Red, White anl Red 1'
&.c viii rtnu LriJi ine aione nouae at
Manaaaaa Mia lacln'a Quarters Beau into the
tiro A Ualloate situation for a I achelor The
phantom chlpa "I have thee, and et 1 hae thee
not" Black Sal In aearch of her piccaninny Lucy
CUmore In dinger Tim vagtn on hand The ghoat
of the murdered wife The picket Spirit or waah
logtnu and Alleeorl'at Tableau Retribution and
tha GoJdea of LI erty
ror Aiaiuorrai ayno ait, eaai oi caaraciers, ac ,
see future bills of the day.
Admission 33 cents
Orchestra eOeenta
Private Boxea, holding six persons 5
Doors open at 7t performance to commence at 8
family matinle,
ATURDAY AFTrHNOON, At 3 o'clock
Ladles sa aentat children 10 centi
VARIETIES! VARIETIES I
MUSIC HALL AND THKATRL.
Fronting Pena'a avenue and Ninth Street 1
SIGN Ot THE DIG DHUMMOND LIGHT!
HAMBLIN hCO Proprietors
FITZ SIMMONS Mage Manager and Advertiser
Old Prices, Twent-hve and Fifty Cents Adiulaslon
III UHI-AI BUiPIMIHMUIUi
O Grand Theatrical Performance t
irs-llrllllrxnt ftluiin 1U11 hnw t
NOW CREATING GREAT (XCITEMFNT.
STARTLING DRAMATIC HISTUHYI
JTT-Terrlble and Shameful Criminal Acta I
tt-Mearlless Male and l-emale Fien 1st
rt-LIK Dath Myatery. and Crime I
TiTrnNn wivkK uf thl uhlat SUCCESS.
Written by Fits Simmona, author of th "Brtle of
WaaniOglOO," - Hie iruiu nwiutin, m ,
"tHESI- VKNTHTrEiTI)RKaHMA'KLH,
THE UNION MARTYR GIRL,
Full of new local Beenery Government Clerks,
Folltlclana, M chanlca an I others, all Interested
MISS LI-TTIL CHANDLER,
aa Mary Morria, the Dressmaker
Alao, ttfty other ArtiBtea, Dancers, tstngera, and
EthioplaoB One hundred and flftj. men, women,
and chll Iren In the Battle Scenrs
WEDNESDAY AF 1 1 RISOON, LL EE. Je3
pOLORED VOLUNTEERS WANTED
ISO CASH DOWN,
PAID IN ADVANCE.
Al ply at the
RECRUITING OFFICE,
bus New Jersey a.enue
Any person bringing a Rf CRUIT or RECRUITS
to my oltlce will be paid liberally
VOLUNTEER AND SAVE YOURSELF FROM
BEING DRAFTED mMMf
p RAY'S PATENT
MOLDED COLLARS
Are cot simply flat pieces of paj er cut in the form
nf a collar, but are Molded and Shapti to fit the neck,
having a perfect cure free from anglee or breaki,
which is obtained by our patented trocess, which
also secures another advantage poittittd by no other
collar, vli i Space for Ike Cravat In the Turn-down
style, the iniide of whtcMi perfectly imoolh and free
from pucker , making this collar, for ease, aeatneas,
and durability, unequalled
The v are made In Turn down style in sites from
1)3 to 17, and In Garrotte from 11 to 17 Inchea, aod
packed la neat wu ooxea oi iuu eacii) aiao in
smaller oata of 10 each the latter a very handy
I ackage fur travelers, army and navy officers
EJ- K LRY COLLAR Is atam) ed
GRA . S PATENT MOLDED COLLAR
Sold by all dealers In Men's Furnishing Goods
The trade supj lie by
WALL, arEfML-xs a. IU,
333 Pennaylvanla avenue,
Between Muth and Tenth streets,
Je3-d3m Washington, D C.
IRKfaS MAKING .-THE UNDER-
ly signed would rea) ectfully announce to the
tti'ii.. ..r thu eitvKnd lla vliiloltv. that the v are
engaged In the vnrtoua branches of
FASt.lUriA.l4.fc. fltb UlAIVinu,
whloti thav re nre i ared to execute on reaaona
b e terms, with neatneea and dispatch, and In the
latest aim m sr i p mri mh-b, i
414 SlaNlH MTRrt r I9,
(Un stairs.) oi pnatte Ihe Patent OlDce
v ' MRS DOUGH Ai HOLCOMB.
Washington, D t Juue 19, lesi
Jel0 3in
EN LEMKN'ti CLOTIIIHO.WE
X hare now lu store a full stock of Gentlemen's
spring Orereoata, Business Suits, Dress Sails, and
Furnishing Goods ol the latest styles, manufactur
ed with the same legreoof nestcess,style, aad ale
WALL,STLPIItNSctto,
IM PsnniylvanJa Arenue, between
Ninth andTenlfllUesta.
f lt-UU lltai (. Intel,
AUCTION SA1.ES.
1J
Y J. O. MoOUIHE A OO.,
AtTCTftlNrKRa.
ARQr sale or nniMiiNn t.nT.e.oi mr.
DAY AFTERNOON. Juna Oilh. tt Sa'1oW. nn
the premlaes, we shall rell the whole or Souar
113, fronting n spectlvely on KIghteenth and hin.
tee th at re t a west, and north n and s streets, the
whole subdivided into Stdtsinble BullJlsg Lota
running back to ellrjs
Termat Ooe-thlrdlneaah! the remainder tn eU
and twelve montha, with Interest, secured by a
deed of trust on the premises
Oat of conveyances at the expense of purchaser.
KJ- A payment of Mon each lot will be ra
ti ii.icu4.ij ion ai.
J. C. McGUIRE fit CO,
Auctioneers.
Je30-d
T)T JAMES O. McGUIR& &
I ) AUCTtONrCRSL
CO.,
ADMINinRATOH'e giLE t)F ABOUT ONF
Thousand CorJa ot Felled Oak, Hickory, and Pine
Wood, near the elty.-Oa TUESDAY MORNtNO,
June 31, at 13 o'clock, At the Auction Rooms of
James C McGuIre fc Co, corner Tenth and D
streets, Washington, D C, I shall sell about one
thousand cords of elled Oak, Hickory, and Pine
Wood, on the farm of the late Captain Carberry,
oa the Seventh street turnpike, and distant about
four and a half miles from the city
The wood to be eorded and removed within
ninety days from the day ef sale
Terms cash. RICHARD LAY,
Administrator.
J. a McGUIRk . CO,
JlS-d Auctioneers
M,
Y GREEN & WILLIAMS,
AtlCTlnNEPhS
ANDOMK BUILDING LOT! ON THF ftXANn
ai Aucnon un whunesday, the 33 instant,
we shall sell, on the premlaes, at o'clock p. m.,
the follotvlng handsome BuiUlng Lots, vis i
Lots Nos tan If, la Square no 333 No 1 has
a front on C street south of 67 feet, at the corner
nf Eleventh street wett Lot No Shas afroit on
irgmia avenue, at the corner or Twelnh street,
of ll feet Both of which Lota will be subdivided
to suit purchasers Lot 9 fronts the Mall near the
Dmiinaomaa lasmution a dcauiuui location.
Immediately after the sale of the above, we ahall
sell east part or Lot to t. ii Square No fin, bav
tnc A front of S3 fe t on Viretnla avenue, runnlnr
back about ISO Oct, between Third and Fourand a
nan streets win bedivued if desired
Termsr one-third cash) balance la six and twelre
wo a ins ior noira iwaring iuieret. Aueeu given
bum iecu in iriini itiirn
All conveyance at eoat of purchaser, lneludloc
ic'tdui aiampa
ii'ia inuiapuraDie
Twentv dollars will be reaulred nf each ni
ehaaer when the property lekoockcdolT, and If not
compiled with it will be put up again and sold to
iuv uiat iiiguri. uiuvjcr
Ul.rE.al t WIL.UIA1I9,
Jcl7-d Auctioneers
BL
JAMES U M'OUIRE
AUCTIONf ERS.
CO,
OFSIRABLE SUDUHDaN rttOPPRTV AT
public auction On THUHDUAY AFTs RNOON.
June 33 atSo'cl ck,on tbepremlaes, weahall aell
L4ia no i anu io in square numoereu duo, aiiu
ated at the corner of north Latreetand rlfthatreet
east, fronting 103 feet I loch no nnrth L street and
leTfVet Inches onaFlfth street eaat. ln,proel by
a new twoatorv and baaement brick dwelllnr
houae, containing 8 rooma, wl'h eelUrt atat Hag
for horses and cows, wgon-house, with large hay
Isfr, and other ut-bulldlagB.
i d grouauB are laiu out wiin cnoice iruii treea,
grapes, Aa., and, with a amall expenae, outd be
converted Into a One summer resort and public
Terms: One third la caahi the residue la six,
twelve, aad eUh'cen months, with tateixat. .
cure 1 by a deed of truat on the prenilBes
ffa L'.tIV hA-BMBBSArt BS..Brt
Cum eyances and stamps at the eoat of the pur
chaser J C. MtCUIRE&CO,
Jeia-d Auctioneers
B
Y W. L. WALL, A, (JO
AUCTIONEERS.
HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR
AND REPOSITORY,
Expressly for the
SALE OF HORSES, CARBIAGLS, STOCK, As.,
W LOUISIANA AVENUE,
Between Ninth, and Tenth sts., Washington.
auction sales every
tuesday, thursday, and saturday.
cash advancsdTjn consiginhents.
SI OK AGE FOlTcARRlAbES.
HORSES, CARRIAGE J, &C,
R seel red laririvate Sale.
w."tTjgtt h.rn Ata
GONMTSALES!
SJ
ALE OP CONDEINEU HORSES
AND IUUL.VS
Cnicr tiiiARTinMABTin's Ornct,
UtYOT Or WAaiiifurniv,
u ui ts .fitii tvt niihha auction, at the Corrals,
near the Observatory, lu the city of Waablnctoo,
u i , on wrunivBuiii junc o, iom, uuvh
WEDNESDAY, June J3, IMt, a lot of
HORSES AND MULES,
oondemne l as untit or public service,
Terma Caah, la Government lunda.
Bile to commence at 10 o clock, a m
D H RUCKEU,
Brigadier General aad Chief Quartern. ,
jea-m Depot ot Waafclngton
or
L1A .K A'f AI,H,Ar.l)llLl V ,
VA,
O CONDEMNED HORSFS AND MULES.
CiitErQv
Luartermaster'sOffiie.)
D.roT ur Washington,
on, D C, Jiine 16 1-61 1
IV an in
iirnt i ni.i .vt i.iiiii .n.tmn. ftt Alexandria,
a, on THURSDAY, June 33, lSti, at II o'clock
a m'lotorHORSyi ANDMULFS,
condemne l aa unfit lor public aer lee
Terms: Cash, la Government fun la
n H HLCKER.
I'D If adlsr General and Chief Quartern -.eter,
jri51t Depot of Waahlogton.
OALE OF CONDEMNED HORSLS
War Department, Cavalrv Bcrhc, )
OiiicEorCmcr QiiAim.iMABTtM,
Washinoton June 15 1S6 )
Will be soil at Pulllo Auction ;o the highest
bidder, at Gleaboro' Drpot.on r RIDA ., the Stth
Instant, beginning at 10 oilock a m , f roin ono
hua Irrd (luo) to one hundred and llfty 15) horses.
These horeee hare been condemoe l aa unfit lor
the cavalry aervice of tho Army lur roal and
farm purpoaea many good bargains may be had
noreeB sum "6
Terma cash
an in u a
S currency ...
JMrS A EKIN,
Lieutenant Colonel and Chief Quarter master,
jcitt td Cavalry Bureau
BOAllDlNtt.
l-kiiAlilHNfl... A NLMKLl. OF OKN
13 tlemea can obtain bsard at No 47 Marlard
venue between ourand a-half and Sixth atreets,
lanl ""'"
T OrONTUE OIII INS I ANT, AN
I J rNv't-LOTF containing to aca atd oilier
I mate pai era, among wnicn was niiimn '
J W Forney fur one huodrel and tlfij diuars,
narment of which has been stopped A llbcr-i
reward will bo pall for their icturn In the
Tiibun Rooms, Fourteenth strict, wppoaiu wii
Urda'Hitel Jr3"
U1
NITED STATES HOTEL,
CAFF IfLAU, T J
JOHN M-sr, AROM MILLER,
PHOPHILTOHS,
Vict leave to call Ihe u ntioanf their fiends
and the public to the abn, a magnificent LataUlah
ment which will be open for tl rucepiKO of is
itoraonthe IMhnf Juue
Best lea a epaoioua Dining Hall anl Parlors, It
conUlna an unuaual nunit irnf large an 1h.11 van
tllate I BihI Room a, all hn Homely lurulahe l w tth
new furniture througaout
Ihe Proprietors ol this stabllahment will spare
no care or expense to meet the wants uf ll elr
gueBtB thereby hoi log to "" llbeially In the
I umic n ontgo.
Ai plication I ir rooms ma lo to the subscribers,
by letter to capo Iel-.ii I, will receive a prompt re
(fr tjeJ6w Wtsr fc M1LLEK
SMITH &, PARIS,
i RLNtll CONFLLTIONLRV
And
LADIKS' RLSTAURANT,
No HI Urat Baltimore sticct
RALriMOUK
The rarest delicacies, Fruits. Creams, Pouod
Sponge, and 1 roated takes lupphtJ to umilUa at
sfiorteat notice
Cy-The choicest A lnea . i atantli on hand
Pll
G
1REAT U0EUNMIr
CLAIJI
AfitM ,
WAiHIV T HT D C
W. proieeute llli 1 romi tnen and dlllicende All
claim, or aolJler. w iimJe I nu I dlscliari .J, au I
tha Widow, or llrl" ol such l lie, or liai. d ed,
or been kllle I In tl e lervloo ol tuo United Slate.,
"" "" """ '"Wi TiTh" ch,
li. t ai'LuiM;,
tt rneys,
ISSDitreet near Tenth, (ui stairs )
111 1 Lxi v El
,r.n ni,hr t u.ii Ii. U. r of U aHhlnelon
Mnin Lewis Joliutuu h Co , Bankers, Wash
lnti n J.IS U"
T
U E A. Ii 11 I O N,
ICNNSVLVANIA AVFNDX,
B.tte.an lilt and ZU Btreets
DOAIIDINO UV T1IK DAY OH WKEK, Wilt)
Oil WITHOUT LODdlNb.
MEALS AT ALL fctOtjaa.
tvaiT.ua . saU.
t-l7
C . ejujtijf.
PROPOSALS.
pROPOSALBFonMAILSrEAMSniP
AM-?n-Vfr,,a'1WEENTHKUWITDTATEf
AND BHAZIL
Tost Office DEPAftTunrr, I
Washinotor, Juoe n, ism.
In aceordanee with tte provisions of the est of
Congress, approred May 38, 1MI, which la In tho
words following, to wit I
"AN act to authorize tha establishment of ocean
mall steamship Berries) between tha United
S'ates aod Brat I "
' Be it enacted ey the Scnaft and ITauH of fUpntrntt
tlvttof the Inlietii&ttt of AmtlcainOmfrtt
tembltd, That the Postmaster General be, an I he Is
hereby, authorised to unit with the General Post
Offlce Department of the Empire of Bra ill, or such
officer of the Oorernment of Bra lit as ahall rw a i
tborj.ed te act for that Government, in establlah
lng direct mall eommuaieation between tha twu
countries by means of a monthly ilea of first elaae
American seagoing steanihlns,to be of not less
than two thouaand tons burden each, aod of suf
ficient number to perform twelre rounl tr pa r
voyases per annum netweCR a port of the Un ted
States, north of the Potomae rtrer, ant Rio de Ja
neiro, in Brail), touching at Saint Themes, la tba
West Indies, at Bahla, Pernatnbueo, andeueh other
Brazilian and lflterraetHftt iM.rt ar mtli n .h-.ll
beeonaldered oeeeaaaryand expedlenti Provided,
iuiiuimi-ui iuj Brrvice iiii Pt oiriuu i
betareea the two Goreramenis, and that the I m
ted States portion thereof shall not exceed Uo
aum of one hundred and fifty thousand dol arc or
theperf irmanea of twelve round tripa per am um,
to be paid out of any money appropriated fc i
service of the Post Offlce Department,
" Bee 3 And be it further enacted. That the P at
maater General be, nnd be is heieby, atlth
to Invite prnpoaats fer said mall steamship s r a
hV DUb la aUlv-ftliemrnt for thai ini1 nr tf
days In one or more newspapers published
cities of Washington, Baltimore, r&lla le
Newiork and Kostoo, respectively, and toe
tract with the lowest reipineibU bidder for
same for ft term ttt ten vean. tn oitTimn fmm
the day the first steamsMp of the propose li no
shall depart from the United States with thomai 4
for Brazil : rovtdea That proposals fir mont y
trips that Is to aa , for twelve round voyage rr
annuo, out and back are reoelvet and aecf I
by him within the limit at afore a aid. from a par y
or parties of undoubted responsibilltr, possess n
ample ability to furolah the steeiiahips requlrnl
'nrthe serilce, aod oiTerlng good and sufficient
sureties for the fal'hfm performance nf such con
tract, And provided, further, That a cb prnpoaats
shall be accepted br the Oorernment of B eiil,
and that dlstl ct and srparate contracts with each
Oorernment, eootalnlngatml ar provisions ahall
be execute 1 by such accepted bi i W nr bidders)
each Government to be reaponalble only for Its
proportion of ihe subsidy to be paid for the aer rice.
"see S And be it further reacted, Thai any con
tract which the roe .master General mayexfeita
ULder the authority of thla act shall to Into effeot
on nr before the flrat day of Pept'niher, one thou
sao 1 eight hundred and s!xtf-flve and shall, in
Atdltloa te the usual atlouUtlooa nf neean f all
steanisilp contracts, provide that the steamships
offered for the service shall be constructed of the
beat materials anl alter the moat approved motel,
with all the modern improvements adapted for
sea-going steamships of the first elaasi and shall,
before their approval aod acceptance by the post
master General, bj auhject to lnapectlon aod sur
vey t j an experienced uavalconatructor, to be de
tailed for that purpose by the Secretary nf the
Navy, whoae report shall be made to the Poetmaa
ter Uenerali that tha twu Govern meat a ahll b
entitled to have transported free nf expenae, on
each and every steamer, a mall agent to take charge
of an 1 arrange the mall matter, to whom suitable
accommodations for that purpoae ahall be assigned)
that In caae of failure from any cause to perform
any of the regular monthly voyages stipulated for
lo the contract, a pro rat deduction shall be made
iuu. mi compenaauoa oa account ni eucu nmit
ttdvojag nrvoyageai the suitable tinea and pen-
iiarB ujitT rn impomeu lorueitva anu irregularities
la Ihe rrrular nerfurmavnea nf th priaa kaennl.
log to eobtrac I and that tha fa Imitator Oenera.1
ahall have the power tn determine the contract at
aOV time. In Caaeof lla belnr uaiterlft ni tisralrns..t
to aoy o her party
"See And b'U further enacted. That the mall
atesmablps employed la tie sen c authorized by
this act snail be exempt from all port charges and
euatom houae duaat tho port of departure and
arrival lo the Unite t Statea Proutied, That a aim
liar immunity from tiort chamn .n!i nn.hAiia.
dues Is granted by the Government of Brazil,
PROPOSALS
wi 1 be received at the Post uiHce Department, la
the city or Washington, until 2 o clock p a of
SATURDW.tne Urstdirof Ocobcr. ISGl.f.rcin.
ve lng the mails of the United States by a
monthly line of tlrat-c ass American aea-golog
steimsblps of not leaa than two thouaand tons
burden, each, and of aufflclent number to perform
Uelte round voyages jw annum between a port
or the United States north of the Potomae rler
and Din , ?!.. U Brazil. Imiahin ai.
Thomas, In the We it Indlea. n.l t n.t,i. .. i tu..
nambuco, In Brazil, for a contract term of ten
,.-.-, -..im-uouoa or before the 1st dav of
September, 18(13, an 1 to date fr m the d ly the first
,..... muat l..lrn.t tba LToltrJ SUtfl rort ct
j,"tluro anJ arrival, .a I nr at th Ir option,
..' . ... Mnhnn . Id tiooal intermediate u I'l
at which tlit it.amililpi ihOI touthoathel oul
w.'l or homswarJ ins'. to deliver anl re
nlr.malU .. .,
y fciia Dl nuum win. - .na tim i",'u-v vu v
occupied In I er forming the pasiagea, each way
taatween tho Lnlted statea port nf departure n
arrualnid H o de Janeiro, and ehoul-t be aooim
ra led by a map or diagram of the route, ahowlni
be Intermediate porta at which the anamahli
are ij sll tn neuveranu receive in tin bji-vuu
ui the sal Irgdajs, stating the pr po e-ldaya iti
iinnrinf .ViitATturn from each rort aa well s t
propoaeu uaya uu nour ui !, umim . n -aecompanr
each bid; such aohedules hoeve
be a u Meet to the approval ot the P at I
mfmiinr thm rerneotlie countries. Apd to al
t on by Bald Departments from time t- I me, a
Interests of mr proposed international postal
vici may rrqulre
ine Bieamanii on-rc i iwr '"' irrTnej nun
American steamers of the flrat claat and bef
acceptance will be a it Ject tt Impaction a d
ey by aa ej erienceu uavai eonairucior, u
detailed for that purpose bj the Scoretary of
Proposals must conform la all respects tn t1
provisions and requirements of th aforrsal a
approved May 3) h, 1461, and muat tie pro
guarantied, with a satiatact trj teattmoulal
the guarantors are n en of iruprrti, aud a
aitlyalle ti make good their guarantee
bid ler's name and resldence.an 1 th nave n
member i f the Urm, when a company offers, a
be dlatlnetly ataUd In the ) rop aal
The acceptance nrnoa.accciirancaot the 1 1
be determlued by the Poatmastrr Geueral aa
as practicable after the lime limited for thrl
cei ttooj lut no propoaalcin be accepted 1
Department unleaa the bl Ider la alao acaej tt y
the Government or Brazil, as proided lo- In t e
afureaatdact And In caa ot such joint ac
Mice, illatlnot And separate contracta are u I
ecu'ed by the a cepted bidder or bt 1 lere with
(jjcr iment,contalnla almllar provisions,
Uivcroment to be responsible for ouly Its l rii
tlon uf the eubsidv to be pai I for the service
Proposals ahiiuld be arnt under seal, to1
First Aistetaiit PiBtmaaier General, "fr rc
Desk with the worla " Vdff Prota t Font
Uj( ' written nn the faeiuf thead reaa,n I tht
ah iuI 1 1 e d apatuhed In time to be r celt ed by or
ln-foreth' rtret dayof October aext, whlca will be
the Uat dav for let-clvlng rvpoaala under thla ad
crtlaftueut M BLIR,
roatmaa er Gen ral.
Note This Department is not advtaed that any
defl Iteattion haa et reen taken by the G ern
meitul Braill In teapectto the establishment of
Ihe pioioB.-detean.Bhlp service between tha two
i-iiimtrlci! halt It I I rntltl if) that bV th 1st Uf Ol-
tin-r nix', the limit ilaed ior the receptio nf pro
no aula uotier thla ad etttsemeot, certain Infinua
tlon n tit suiect will have been recti red
hen receit eu, ii win uv mu puuiis
JelS wM
4 MERICAN flrOOIi COTTON"
PORTSMOUTH STEAM FAUTOHV.
BFST SIX COnD SOIT IMIIIU,
AMOIIVa ENAMELUU TUREU
LLH SPOOL WA11BANTFD .OO IARD9,
tQUAL II ALL Hk.srLeT3 TO IMfOHTCD.
CIIA1ILI.S AMOni, JR, 4 CO,
Eellln, Agrats,
306 Church allef,
myso-lnid
Fhlladelplila
OIR8T
NATIONAL BANK Or WA3IIINQTOt'
Caittal tSOO,OUO.
tf This Dim, onsnlied under tha Natloual
Banalnt Law ol th. last Connreie, Is orsnod tuU
la lor thetraniaotlun of huilneis, at tha oorMl
ol Fllleaoth and T atresti, opnoilt. Traaaurr l
Vartmanl. U. D. COOKE, FrMldaut,
Wai. S. Bf KTi.no'i Cashlar. M-U

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