Newspaper of Evening Star, July 2, 1864, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated July 2, 1864 Page 1
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v?. XXIV. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1864 N?. 3,540 TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. Bcapb mat. Y RAILROAD FROM PHILJ WALNrr frTRBBT PIEB.f? PHILADELPHIA PROM VIA WEST JERSEY RAIL EO A D, At 6 a. m., accommodation due at #, m. At )0 a. m , express due at l !-? p. m. At *H a. m., expressdue at 3 p. m. Eetarning, leave Cape May? ? a. m. express due at 9>? a. ra. IIjLS accommodation due at 4}*' p. m, 5.TP p. m express due at 8I4 p. m. Through without change of cars or baggage. New ears, and ererythinjr first-class. Je 28 3m J. VAN RENSSELAER, Supt. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD* On and after Sunday. June 19tb, 1864, Daily Trains wiH be run between Washington and Naw York and Washington and the West, as follows: FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK AND BOSTON. Leave Washington at 7 30 a.m., 11.15 a.m., and m. daily, except Sunday, On Sunday at 3.30 p. n?. only. TOR BALTIMORE AND PHILADELPHIA. Leave Washington at 3 p. m. daily, except Sun passengers will note that this train runs as far as Philadelphia only. FOR NEW YORK. "Leave Washington daily at 6.30 p. m. , . , This train ts/or .Ytut York passengers t.T'lusivtif. FOR BALTIMORE. Leave Washington at <5.30 a. m., 11.13 a. m.,3p. m..4.4flp. m.,7.2Up. m , and d.3> p. m.,excepi Sun ($n Sunday at 7.30 a. m..3 p. ra.. and 3 30 p. m. FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. Leave Washington at 6.30 a. m, and3,4.45and 8.30 p. m. daily, except Sunday. On Sunday at 3 and 8.30 p. m Tickets sold to all points WEST, and baggagt thtcked through. FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave Washington at 6.30 a. m. and 4.43 p.m. daily, except Sunday. No train for Annapolis on Sunday. Trains leaving Washington at 7.3^ a. ra. and 6.30 p. ra. go through to New York iciihout change ears. Sleeping cars on 6 30 and 8.3" p. ra. trains. Bertha can be secured until 6 p. m. daily at the ticket of fice. After that hour they must be secured of the aleeping car conductor. The first and fifth trains stop at all way points. The 3 p. m. train stops only at Bladensburg, Beltsville. Laurel, Annapolis Junction and Relay House daily, except Sunday. On Sunday it stops at all way points. PARTICULAR NOTICE. Passengers will please observe that the 3 p.m. train runs only as far as Philadelphia daily, except Sunday. On Sunday it runs to Balumortonly. Aluo, that the 6.30 p. in. train takts Ntie York passengers 0| I y For further information, tickets of any kind, Ac., apply to GEO. 8. KOONTZ, Agent at Wash ington. or at the Ticket Office. W. P. SMITH. Master of Transportation. L. M. COLE, General Ticket Agent. je20-tf ^JRIAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE TO TH* NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST. ON AND AND AFTER NOVEMBER 15TH trains will leave Baltimore from the North Cal vert Station as follows: Fast Mail at .9 30 A. M. Harrisburg Accommodation_ 3.W P. M. Lightning Express ? .9,$) p. M, THE 6.30 A. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON connects with the 9.30 a. m. train from Baltimore for Pittoburg ana the West .and fur Elmira, Bnff alo. Rochester, Dunkirk. Canandaigua, and Ni agara Falls, and for New York city. THE 3.20 P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON connecta with the 9.3" p. ra. train from Balti more for Elmira and the North and Pittaburf and the West, SLEEPING CAR8 ON NIGHT TRAINS. Boldiwrs' Ticbbts at Govbrsmbht Ratbb, ONE THROUGH TRAIN ON BUN DAY, LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME. K7"For tickets and any information apply at the office of the Great Pennsylvania Route, corner Penn. avenue and 6th street,under National Hotel, Washington. J. N. DUBARRY, Superintendent N. O. R. R. E. J. WILKINS, Pass and Ticket Agent, cor. 6th st and Je 9-tf Penn. avenue, ? ? ? ? W " m i. .... - ... Gray's Patent Molded Collars, Are universally pronounced the neateat and best Itting eollars extant. The upper edge presents a perfect curve, free from the angles noticed in all other eollars. The cravat causes no packers on the inside of the turn-down collar; they are as SMOOTH INSIDE AS OUTSIDE, and therefore perfectly free and easy to the neck. The Garotte Collar has a smooth and evenly fin ished edge on both stdts. These Collars are not simply Sat pieces of paper gut in the form of a collar, but are MOLDED AND SHAPED TO FIT THE NECK. They are made in "Novelty," (or tnrn-dowa style;) in every half size from 13 te 17 inches, and In "Eureka," (or Garotte,) from 13 to 17 inches; and packed in " solid sites" in neat blue carton#, een-aiuing 100 each; also in smaller one* of ten ?ach?the latter a very handy package for travelers army and navy officers. KTEVERY COLLAR is stamped "GRAY'S PATENT MOLDED COLLAR." Bold by all dealers in men's furnishing goods. The trade supplied by WALL, STEPHENS A CO., apl4-Sm 333 Pa. avenue, Washington, Unit JAY OOOKB 4ft CO., 4#3 Fifteenth Street, Ricirrj SuB80?ip>i0>8 roc th> HEW NATIONAL LOAN authorised by act of March 3, 1864, and known as TEN-FORTY BONDS, being redeemable at the pleasure ot the Govern Bent, after ten years, and payable forty year* from date in eoln, bearing interest at FIVE PER GENT A YEAR, payable on bonds not over (100 annually, and on l*rge bonds semi-annually, IN COIN. The COUPON BONDS will be leaned in *60, $100, (too, and $1,000. The REGISTERED BONDS will he taiued In 50, lioo, $600. $1,000, $6 oon. and $10,000. These are the only gold-bearing securities of Government now procurable at par, and, yieldina present value of eoln OVEB EIGHT PER CENT Eb ANNUM, offer a very deslrabl investment w large or small gums. We Buy and Bell, at market rates, GOVERNMENT BONDS, OF ALL ISSUES, TREASURY NOTES, CERTIFICATES OP IN DEB TMD9M56, and COIN, and pay the hUrb^t priees for QUARTER MASTER'S CERTIFICATE OUECJL8 ?n*>-tt ~jat cooke t co. jyy^ IMPROVE YOUR EYB-^m^^ sight by the use of the cel-W^^^^BI eb rated PitbHlb and Pbriscopio Spbctaclbs, uni versally acknowledged a* the beat for Strshoth Hixe anb Prbsbrvihq the impaired Eyesifht, acientifirally and correctly suited, by FRANKLIN A OO,, Opticians. 344 Pennsylvania avenue, bet. 12th and 13th sts., and Pennsylvania avenu? under the National. FIELD GLASSES, OPERA GLASSES, MICRO SCOPES, THERMOMETERS, STEREOSCOPES, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, CARTES DE VISITE, Ac.- in a great variety, and at the lowest priees. J? O R ?OPING FELT1 ROOFING CEMENT . THOMAS ?AHEY, Cornbr icth St. Wbst amd thb Casal, Washington, D. C.. Being the only agent in this city h>r Roofing Pelt and Roofing Cement from an old established firm, can afford to sell the above articles at the very lowest prices. Roofers and those engaged In the business are requested to call and see for themselves, having a large stuck of the above named articles always on hand. my 30-1m BOOKS. " and blinds. Receiying constantly a choice article of SASH, DOORS AKDBLINDlft of Boston Manufactory, of vtif^rior rtyle and workmanship, which we are of fering at lew prices.* . ,, We respectfully iavite buildere and others to call "" "Tf?NwV?jt SISWA.T, Office?west side of Seventh street, 18 Ira* at Canal Bridge. OCT IN THB WORLD By T. 8. Arthur, #1.50 A Woman's Philosophy of Woman, $l.fi0 A Life for a Life By Mis* Muloch, $1.5u Shirley. By Currer Bell $1.51 V lllette By Currer Bell $1.9* John Halifax. By Mia* Moloch, fl.SO The Bridal Eve. By Mrs.Bouthworth,$1.90 Self Saci ifice. $1 60 The Mississippi Bubbl?,$1.25 Parton's Life of Franhlin. Two Vols.,$9 Fa as fly Prl4^$l 50 'SB* FR-1N0S TiVLOR. AUCTION SALES. FUTURE DATS. UNITED STATES MARSHAL'S SALE OP CON FISCATED PROPERTY IN THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA. By virtue of fifty writs of venditioni exp-maa issued fiom the Clerk's Office of the U. S. District Court for the above District, and to me directed. I will offer at public sale, for cash, to the highest bidder, commencing at in o'clock a m.. on TUBS DAY, the 19th day of July, 1*>4. at the Court House d oor, (East front Post Office Building,) Alexandria. Vs., all the ri^ht, title, interest and estate of the parties named below in and to the following de scribed real and personal property,to-wit: IN PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY. WILLIAM SELKCM AN"S?The "Swan Poinf farm; about UO acres, one mile east of Occoqaan. The "Louisiana Kentucky 'farm; about 2$)acres, half a mile southwest of Occoquan, House and Lot intf)ccoquan. JOHN H. HAM.WLL S-Houee and lot in Occo qtian. Vacant lot in Occoquan. JOHN W. FAIRFAX'S?Freestone Point farm and fishery; cno acres on the Potomac river, near Occoquan Creek. IN FAIRFAX COUNTY. ARTHUR HERBERT'S-Farm; about 61 acres, adjoining the Fairfax Seminary grounds. SAMUEL COOPER'S?Farm: about 30 acres, about one mile west of Alexandria. R. 0. MASON'B? Farm; about 8T0 acres, and tract adjoinine of about 100 acres, in all 900 acres, more or less, about three and a half miles south of Alex andria. FRENCH FORREST'3?"Clermont Plantation;" about three miles west of Alexandria; large farm. GEORGE K. WITMER'8?Farm; 4.3acres and 38 poles, about 2 miles west of Alexandria. Ten acres, 2 roods. 25 poles, adjoining above; on one of these tracts there is a large, handseme new dwelling-house. W. 8. KEMPER'S?"Clifton" farm; about 2}i mfles south of Alexandria; large farm. SAMUEL R. JOHNSTON'S-West Grove farm; about 330J* acre9, immediately south of Hunting Creek. W. G. CA7ENOVE'S?Farm: about 17.?g acres, together with the tract adjoining, formerly be longing to Whiting 4. Lee, 8 miles west of Alex andria. Farm; about 54 acres, about 2 miles west of Alex* andria WILMER D. CORSE'S-Farm; about 117 acres, about 8 miles west of Alexandria. GEORGE H. PADGETT'S?Four acres, 2 poles of land immediately west of Alexandria. Lot on Little River Turnpike, east of toll-gate; 60 feet front, ls8 feet deep, more or less. Seven acres of land on turnpike leading west ffoW Alexandria, JOSEPH BRUIN'S?House and lot at West End, suburb cf Alexandria. Lot at West End: 110 feet 6 inches in front, and in depth 228 feet 1 inch. RICHARD L. RflCHFORD'S?House and lot of 2*1 acres and 102 poles at West End. House and lot at West End occupied by John Klein as a" Brewery, Ac." Farm of 44 acres, more or lees, six milea from Al exandria on the Leesburg road. MDRR? MASON'B?Chestnut.IIill farm; about 192 acres, about three miles south of Alexandria. IN ALEXANDRIA CITY. GEORGE K. WITMER'8 and DENNIS R. BI.ACRLOCK "5? Lots No. 5. 6,7,8 and 9, on east side of Fairfax street, between Jefferson nnd Franklin streets; each lot 20 feet front, 123 feet 5 inches deep. WILLIAM N. McVEIGH and WILLIAM H. FOW LE"8?Three story brick house on Royal 6treet;50 feet north of King; 20 feet front, 5> feet deep. WILLIAM n. FOWLE'S?Lot southwest corner of Prince and Payne streets; 12? feet 5 inches on Prince street, 143 feet 7 inches on Payne. Lot east side of Henry street. 139 feet north of Wolfe street; 13 fi-et front. 1<#? feet deep. ARTHUR HERBERT'8?Lots Nos. *, to 10 in clusive, on south side of Madison street, between Columbus and Alfred streets; the whole about 223 feet 5 inches in front, and 100 feet deep. MONTGOMERY D. CORSE'S-Lot on north ?ide of King street, between Royal and Pitt streets; 26 feet front, 85 feet deep. DAVID I UNSTEN'S-8 acres, 3 rods and 20 poles on Washington road. JAMBS C. NEVETT'S-Lot north side of Duke, between Pitt and St. Asaph streets; about 23 feet front and aa feet deep. WILLIAM WHALEY'S? Loton Queen gtreet,llo feet from the comer of Henry street; 40 feet 10 inches in front. lt<> feet deep. Lot souths est corner of Queen and Patrick sta.; 75 feet on Queen, ]"0 feet on Patrick streets. JOHN L. PASC0E and EDWARD SANGSTER'S ?Quarter square, southeast corner of Prince and West streets. JAMES H. MCLEAN'S?Lot southeast corner of Cameron and Fayette streets; 00 feet on Cameron street. list feet on Fayette street. JAMES H REID'S?Quarter square, southwest corner of Wolf and Alfred streets, with buildings thereon. LotN. W. corner Wilkes and Alfred streets; 123 feet 5 inches 011 Wilkes. 12t> feet 7 inches on Alfred, more or less, with buildings tliereon. LAWRENCE B. TAYLOR S-House and lot; No. 164 Prince street. DANIEL F. HOOE'S?Forty-eight shares of tl*e stock of the Alexandria Water Company. R. II DULANEY'S? One hundred and thirty-fire shares of the stock of the Fire Insurance Company of Alexandria. W. G. C AZENOVE'S-Twenty shares of Alexan dria Corporation stock. Dr. ORLANDO FAIRFAX'S? Eighty-seven shares of Alexandria Corporation stock. RAYMOND FAIRFAX S?Twenty-two shares of Alexandria Corporation stock. ALBERT FAIRFAX'S?Seven shares of Alexan dria Corporation stock. EDWARD 3. HUTCHINSON'S?Household fur niture. Dr M. M. LEWIS'?Household furniture. ROBERT E. LEE'S?Household furniture. W. N. & J. H. McVEIGH'8?House and lot on Cameron street; at present occupied by George W. Davis. The furniture will be sold at such places as may be convenient; said places will be announced at the Court House door. All purchasers must pay ten per cent, of the amount of their bid as soon as struck off. or the property will be resold at once. JOHN UNDERWOOD, U. 8. Marshal Je 28 20d Eastern District of Virginia. Y J. C. McGUIRE & CO., Auctioneers. B TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS. In execution of a decree of the Bnpreme Court of the Diftrict of Oolambia, sitting in equity, passed in tBe cause of Hagner et al vs. Randell et al., on the 7th instant, the subscriber, as Trustee, will sell, at Public Auction, on the premises, at six o'clock p. m.. on MONDAY, the Uth day of Jnlr, 1864, tha^following valuable BUILDING LOTS, situate in Square 141, in the First Ward of Wash* ington city, viz: Lot No. 13, fronting 65 feet 7 inches on H street, between 18th and 19th streets, opposite the publio reservation on the south side of Pennsylvania ave nue, and running back 183 feet. Fart of lot No. 15, fronting 2f> feet on H street, near its intersection with Pennsylvania avenue, and running baek about IS> feet, with the improve ments, consisting of a brick office. Lot No. 19. fronting on 18th street 62 feet, and running baek 150 feet 9 inehes. All that part of Lot No. 18. adjoining Lot No. 19, fronting on 18th street 37 fe< 16 inches, and run ning back 138 feet 6 inehes. Also, all that part of Lot No. 14. lying immedi ately in the rear of that'part of Lot No. 18, last mentioned, which ia now, and for many years ha* been, inclosed and used a* a garden with the said par* of Lot No. 18. and to* *' in?the said nortio? r?f T v - * ?* ^ .. ... *1 v, 14 being 37 feet ( Inch** f jg 3 inches. This property is in an agreeable and improving part of the city, in view of the avenue, and very well loeated for residences. The Lots will be subdivided, if desired, to suit purchasers. On the following day, TUESDAY the 12th day of July 1864 in further execution of said decree, the subscriber will ten, at the Auction Rooms of Jaa. C. McGuire & Co., at six o'clock p. in,, the follow ing vacant Lots lying east of the Capitol: Lots Nos. 11, 12, 13, and 14, in Square 938, lying In one body, at the corner of north D and loth streets east. Lots Nos. 1, 2,15, and 16, in Square 963. lying in one body, at the corner of north O and 11th streets east. Lots Ncs. 1, 2, 3, and 4, in Square 1,'S*, fronting to* ether 311 feet on East Capitol street, between 13th and 14th streets east. Lots Ncs. 1.2,3,4,and SO, in Square 1.057,fronting together 109 feet on Bast Capitol street, at the cor ner of 15th street east. Lots Nos. 7 15,18, and 17, in 8quare 1,110, front ing on East Capitol and south A streets, between 18in and 19th streets east. Lots Nos. 1 and 2, in Square 1,112, lying at the corner of south C and >9th streets east. Many of these are corner Lots, situated on the widest streets, on high ground. Ac. The tei ms of sale prescribed by the decree are as follows: One third of the purchase money to be paid in cash, and the residue in two eqnal install ments. at six and twelve months from the lay of sale, with interest, to be secured by approved notes or bonds. The Trustee reseiTes the right to resell any por tion of the property, in case tne terms of sale are not complied with within ten days from the day of sale, at the risk of the defaulting purchaser, on ten days' notice in the National Intelligencer. Conveyances and atamps at the coat of tha pur chaser. A. B. H AGNBR, Trustee. Jel6 2aw&ds J. C. MoGUIHB A CO., Auets. B Y J. C. MoGUIRE A CO., Auctioneers. TRUST EE'S 8 A L E^FRE AL ESTATE. On TUESDAY AFTERNOON, Jnlv Sth. at fo'clk, at the Auction Booms of Jas.O McGuire A Co .by virtue of a deed of trust from John Patrick, dated February 2d. 1863. and duly recorded in Liber J. A. B .No. 22S. folios 271, et. seq., one of the Land Bee* oida for Washington county, B C., we shall eell the east fcalfof Lot No. 9, in Square No.663. Terms cash. Cost of conveyances apds'asams to be paid bp the *"**' jSS' y.' d Ais!!**11-*** Je.HHawAds J. 0. MoePIBB A tfo.. A acta HTRY DONOVAN* BLACKBERRY OOBDIAL 1 F ice, 91 per bottle. For sale by all Drug gists Je 23 ? AMUSEMENTS. CANTERBURY HALL. Louisiana Ajwnw, Ntmr Corn* tj Sixth Strttt, Run ?/ Natttmm} ?U Mttropoliian He Hit, Gioaei Lii . Proprietor W. S. CiXATAUGB Stage Manager. READY AT LAST And will be produced TO-NIGHT THE GREAT 8EN8ATION NOVELTY. BEAU SICKMAN, OR TH? BUSHWHACKERS OP THE POTOMAC! The best Local 8en?atJon Drama ever produced ia Washington. Gotten up an expense of over f2,0C0, with NEW AND ELEGANT LOCAL SCENERY, FAMILIAR SCENES IN WASHINGTON, LIFE-LIKE REPRESENTATIONS. All of which hare been minutely copied by the artist from careful observation, and are therefor# accurate copies of Washington city and its sur roundings, and cannot fail to strike tho beholder as being exact counterparts of the original. The Costumes have been made similar to those worn by the parties to bo represented, and in some esses have been, through strategy, procured from the persons themselves, thereby showing a de termination to render the characters easily recoe fe'etive thus making the plot still more of. V'V^i>p.01?tmenta *r? a!?o com piete in the minutest detail, anil everything: has fHv??o?t1<emIkCHJ'.T,*n,nuity and enterprise could r -T? ^"i make this play what it purports to be a faithful representation of Life in the Capital. EVERY NIGHT THIS WEEK. and on SATURDAY AFTERNOON, The Great Sensation Drama, written e*pree*Iy for the Canterbury, entitled the BUSHWHACKERS OF THE POTOMAC I Bean Sickman, who Lives on hi9 Shape... .? ...W H Williams MarkBranton, Chief of the Bushwhackers.J ? ? , ? DeForrest Jim Braxley, One of his Gang J J Dougherty Lieut. Compton, U. 8. A Billy W.;st Tim lagan, the SwampoodleGame Cock......W B ZW McGftffin f*B*eJf 1 .J Wilkinson b ?t1? I ?of > W Stiles Charley Pinnegan.. 1 Day { T Burges MnUPn,f.?e Pnper * I P Thomas Moll Dolan, a Buxom Young Orayture. .J Mulligan Mrs McLaughlin, a Sporting Widow. Miss Porter Peggy McCarthy.a Girl from Home. .Miss Wesner JJorence Ricketts, a Dashing Belle. Miss Gardner Miss Georcer Simpson Miss Maggi Wilson Mrs Mark Branton. a Union Lady. .Jliss M Gardner HlVck^1 ??Op'n, !?r *tS\er MiM Vic S jn1 M*hogany__... Miss Viola Smokey Jake L' \ Buckwhackery {????? >?n the Auxiliaries. '* Scenery by Wm. Fieldman, Costumes by Reuben Marshall, Machinery and Appointments by T Sullivan; the whole produced under the im- " mediate supervision of tho 8tage Man ager, W. B. Cavanagh. INCIDENTS AND SCENERY: ? SCENE I?View of the Potomac and Washington Uity by Moonlight. Government Transports st?*aiu p/c? i,n. tbf r,v?r Jh? PLck? (iuar<l his Post. Braxton, the Bushwhacker. ^PCENB IT.?The naunted Hnt in Virginia The Bushwhackers in Council, Plot and Cc'intor-PIo? The Spirit of 7i> appears to the Secessionists! Tableau. The Lnion must be Preserved. SCENE III.?View of the National Hotel on Pennsylvania Avenue. Beau on his Shape. Chips Getting Scarce. Fashionable Society. The Bogus Bill. Beau on a New Lay Nothing like a Pros PW'iig Exterior. A New Patent for the Patent Office. Irish Molly,Oh ! Presents a Check which is not Aeceetable. SCENE IV.?A Gay Time in 8wainpoodle, Fsgin the Game Cock, and the Girls from Home. Mrs' McLaughlin s Party; Rollicking Times among the Boys. Charley Smnegan, the oldest Hack man in Town. Two Sparkling Bob tail Greys."> Night Liners and the Break o'Day Boys. Mind Your Eye Peter in Trouble Hibernian Di varshions. Beau again I don t drink, but 1 11 take a g.^ar or a Check if you like." Irish Song aud Dance by the Characters. Black Sal Disturbs the Party. A Row and a Reaction. Beau in Trouble. SCENE y.?Scene near Alexandria, Virginia Lieutenant Compton of the U.S. A., and his Be trctned. Lnoy Giimore. Flight of the Fugitives Tim (agin and Mrs. McLaughlin unitedfor Life aud on their way to a New Home. . - SCENE VI -Aquia Creek. Beau on a Fishing Excursion. Flat Fish Rather Scarce. Catches a lartar. A ?ad Miflhap. The Union Refugee*Still S}ir1ue^-. .TerLrifi,-? Storm. Beau's Unibreila. Black S al to the Rescue. Bushwhackers, be Ja bers. Tableau. ??">?(* SCENEj VH.?The8kirmish in the Wood*. BraT ton and the Bushwhackers gain a Victory. Deadly Combat between Tim Fagnn and Braxley. Beau Pulled out of the Frying Pan. " How are you Jef ferson Davis and your Red, White and Red ?" SCENE VIII AND LAST.?The Stone House at Manassas Sirs. Fagin s Quarters. Beau into the p1hr?nto^n%iC2te'?'itilatio?utor * Bachelor. The r hantom Chips _ I have thee, and yet I have thp? not. Black iSal in Search of her Picaninny Lucy Giimore in Danger. Tim Pagan on Hand Tho Ghost of the Murdered Wife. The Picket Snirit of Washington and Allegorical Tableau HetHhn tion and the Goddeis of Liberty. * Ket"bu THE ENTIRE MAMMOTH TROUPE IN IS IMMENSE BILL OF NOVELTIES SPECIAL NOTICE. formances will he given?Afternoon at St and Night at 8. A Grand Display of Fireworks will take place in Front of the Hall in the Evening. THURSDAY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT. June ? NA^He ? Manager, W, B. CAVA ANNOUNCEMENT. ehrated*t*em*n* hM b?en 'with the eel ST. GEORGE SISTERS. 2^ive*?uiD? ,r?T?l?tion8 in Spiritualism *n<l created the greatest ex other Sties m' .*hi,*<ielpbia,Boston and DAVENPORT BROTHERS. Doe notice of their irst appearance will be giyea. FAMILY MATINEE EVERY SATURDAY AFTERNOON AT TWO O'CLOCK. Ladle# 30 oente; Children u cent* AdmlHdon Qrcheatxa. Private BeVee, holding tlx yeree'na $ so Dmti open at 7 e'eloak; ee at go'eleeh. AMUSEMENTS. w?l eROVER'l THEATER. nrHBTLTAlIA IT.. IBAB WlLLAan'S HOTIL. E. SINN.?.Temporal/ Lessee and Manager THE COOL THEATER OF THE COUNTRY. THIS (Saturday) EVENING, July 2, Twelfth aopearace Of the young and beautiful equestrienne, Actress. MISS KATE VANCE. The Magnificent and perfectly Trained Charger, DON JUAN. Edneoted by Mr. W. R. Derr, will appear as DICK TURPIN S BONNIE BBSS. Last right of the thrilling EquestJian Drama, founded upon Ainsworth's l'opular Novel, entitled ROOK WOOD ; ?R DTCK TURPIN. THE* HIGHWAYMAN. Dick Turpin, the Noted Highniayaian, Kate ^ anc? The performance to commence with the Popular Farce of THE SPECTRE BRIDEGROOM. MONDAY NIGHT, FOURTH OF JULY. Anniversary of AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, on which ocJasion MISS KATE VANCE . will appear for the last time, positively,?0 MAZEPPA, at the request of many families. EURO'S NEW THEATER, Tbcth Stbrbt, abovb Pimbyltaiia Avmo? JOHN T FORD Manager and Proprietor. (Also of Holiday Street Theater, Baltimore.) LAST NIGHT BUT ONE OF THE SEASON. Glorious success of the Military Romance. THIS (Saturday) EVENING, July 2, The performance will commence with the Suc cessful Military Romance of THE THREE GUARDSMEN, terminating with the great battle picture. THE ASSAULT UPON ROCHELLE, To conclude with the petite comedy of SKETCHES IN INDIA. ? MISS SUSAN DENIN, ' In her song of "Whack Row de Dow.'' MONDAY. July 4, a glorious bill to celebrate the anniversary of our National Independence. The Military Drama of TH] THREE GUARDSMEN, grand National Anthem by the entire company, and the Pantomime of THE MAGIC TRUMPET, jt being positively the last night of the season. TUESDAY, an extra night, for a complimentary testimonial to H. B. Phillips, Stage Manager. ODD FELLOWS' HALL. Continued Success of 8ANFORD 8 TROUPE. lorious bill each Evening, Introduced by the Lest Singing and Instrumental Company in existence. Doors open at 7}t; Commence at 8. - Adr iniiion 23 cents. Reserved Chairs,50 cent*. MONDaY, July 4th, Afternoon Performance. je ao-ar PIC NICS, EXCURSIONS, Ac. I THE GRAND FESTIVAL N Aid of the German Relief Association for Sick and Wounded Soldiers, which was to come off on Thursday. June 30,18J4, was POSTPONED on account of the weather, and will be heldl on WEDNESDAY, July 13,1364, at Beyer's Seventh Street Park. The tickets now out will be good for that day. ir 1-tf f 1 RAND FOURTH OF JULY EXCURSION Vl DOWN THE POTOMAC RIVER TO GLYMONT. The popular steamers Thomas Collyer, Captain Gedney.and Phoenix, Capt. Stack pole, will leave the foot of 7th st..^^s|amfej Washington, at 8 and 10 a m. and 1 and 5 p. m., for this delightful resort. A splendid Cotillon liand will be in attendance. Refreshments furnished on the Boats and at the Pavillion at reasonable rates. The street care from all parts of Washingtoirand Georgetou u run directly to the boats. No passes required. Fare for the Excursion One Dollar. Jy l-2t TLET THE BAND PLAY 1 HE TENTH GRAND PIC NIC of the UNITED GLEE CLDB, to be given on the 4TH OF JULY, at GREEN SPRING PAVILION. The members of this Club pledge them selves to make this a day of enjoyment to all who will honor them with their presence. TICK KTS ONE DOLLAR, admitting a gentle man and ladies. A sufficient police force will be in attendance to preserve good order. Commiitte of Arrantr.mtn.ls. H. Manning, W. Warner, W.H.Robertson, S. B. Fox, W? SeUastin, W. T. Paul. Pic Nic to commence at 9 o'clock a. m. A celebrated Band will be in attendance, je 9>-3t* on for A flTED A HE ISLAND SOCIAL CLUB nd the A T Bespeoti"u!ly announce to their friends and the public generally that they intend giving their SECOND GRAND AFTERNOON AND EVENING PIC-NIO at Seventh street Park, ?n WEDNESDAY, July6,1354. The proceeds of this Pic-nic will be appropriated to assist in erecting the monument to be placed over the remains of those unfortunate femalea who lost their lives by the recent explosion at the Wash ington Arsenal. . , _ The members of the club appeal to th>* Public to aid them in their eflorts to perpetuate the memory of those who when living, were their companions and friends. , Tickets 50 cents, admitting a gentleman and ladies. ? Iiy order of the Committee. j<* 23-.t SFOR GLYMONT. TEAMER PHENIX, Captain Stackpole, will leave foot of 7tli street every SUN DA Y MORNING at 10 o'clock during. the season, for the above Summei The above steamer can be chartered to private 8arties during the week, by applying to Captain tack pole, or 324 Pennsylvania avenue, upstairs Je 20-lm COLUMBIA GARDEN, Corner of 12(A street and Ohio avenue. FREE CONCERT EVERY NIGHT. Monday and Saturday's Concert commence at 3 o'clocK, with a full Brass Band. The coolest Lager in tie city always on hand. je 8-lm F flags:; FLAGS lit UNITED STATES FLAGS All Biles, at MRS. LOWE'S, 297 Fenn. avenue, south side, je 30-4t between 9th and loth sts. r aa COTTAGE BEDSTEADS in store and for OU U sale at reduced p:icw, ALSO, 2,000 yards HEMP CARPETS, just received, on commifiion, which will bo sol?i low to clow con **?he attention of Dealers is called to the above. BONTZ A GRIFFITH, je 30-3t 3(59 7th street, between I and K sts. JAMES THARPj)BAiM ^ TOBACCO CIGARS, PIPE8.&0.. 502 9th St., above Pa. ave.,east Bide, Washington. The attention of sutlers and purchasers general ly is called to his stock, which will be found to embrace a great variety of every article IphU line of business. He would take this occasion to return his thank* to the Washington publio for the patronage heretofore extended to him. Je g jm ILLIABD f ABLES IOR SALE.?The Snbecri ber haa THREE FIRST CLASS BILLIARD TABLES, nearly new, which he will dispose of very lew. Inquire at the Billiard room, corner of 11th street and Pennsylvania avenue. jeU-tf y HIRISI 8 H I a T 811 m n * *" SHIRTS!!! FRENCH YOKE SHIKTS made to order in the very test styles: guarantied to fit. FAMILY SEWING promptly done on Wheeler A Wilson'a machines. MRS. KLINE* e 21-gw* 421 H st., between 11th and latn. OOD MOULDINGS 1 WOOD MOULDINGS! WOOD MOULDINGS UNITED STATES WOOD MOULDING MILL, Not. 24 and 26 Seuth Fifteenth street, PHILADELPHIA. ? Always on hand, a large stock of the above articles, male of the very best material. Orders filled at the shortest notice. Freight paid to Washington, free of charge. SSLER A BROTHER8, 17-lm Proprietors. Refrigeratorsi refrigerators ii ived a Tenia CONTINENT* Jut received a Terr large and complete awort* " 1e celebrated MONITOR, ib4 IZeiUIOl REFRIGERATORS, which are admitted to beef to* mgetapprevo* patterns, and workmanship of the beet esallty, which on trial and ?xaJ^aUon camnot fSafi to be *?!Yel4 wnTSioSfi?S. TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. ARMY OF THE POTOMAC. Wilson'* Great Raid?Twenty Mile* of Railroad Destroyed?A Train of Cars Captured?Gens. Grant, Meade, Burn* side, and Bntler at Headquarters. [Dispatch to the Chronicle.] Nbab FmBBBUKo, June 2P, II p. m.?The large body of Rebel cavalry that moved around onr lelt is now at Ream's Station, on the Petersburg and Weldon Railroad. Gen. WiU eon's 3d division of cavalry passed this place a few days ago, en route for the Danville and Richmond Railroad. The rebels were too slow. Wilton reached tbe road, destroying many miles of track before be retraced his steps, meeting no opposition until he neared tbe point from which be started. All tbe track was composed of strap iron, placed upon wooden supports. Tbe one destroyed tbe other. As tbe track was torn up it was placed upon tbe wooden sleepers and burnt until it was bent and useless. A locomotive and train of cars were surprised at one station, and before the engine could move off all were in the hands of our men. The cars were crowded with refugees from Petersburg. They were sadly dismayed to And tbemselves so unexpectedly In the bands cf those they shunned so earnestly. All the cars, with the locomotive, were des troyed. Having accomplished his work in the most successful manner, Gen. Wilson returned. Over twenty miles of valuable road was ren dered completely ueeless, in a less nnmber of hours. When bis advance gnard neared Ream's Station, the enemy was discovered in force. They bad been patiently awaiting bis return at this place. All tbe cavalry they could muster was spread out between our gallant raiders and their infantry supports. All night they fought, and during the morning ot this day. Wilson could not push through them, and con sequently must fight until reinforced An officer succeeded m reaching Gen. Meade's headquarters, with Intelligence of their awk ward position. The 6th corps being on the ex treme left, and nearest tbe scene of strife, was instantly dispatched there to divert the enemy's attention. A division of the 2d corps soon fol lowed, supported by Col. Collis' Headquarters Provisional Brigade. It was thought the rebels in our immediate front would have opened on us savagely, but all were disap pointed, their troops having been moving all the afternoon in the direction of otir left and rear. On Barnside's line tbe rebels begin to use tbeir mortars, nightly throwing shell with more accuracy than is tbeir usual habit Generals Grant, Meade and Bntler met at General Burnside's headquarters to-day. This meeting was unofficial, being of a purely acci dental nature. I bave known Shells to explode very near these quarters, but to-day all was quiet bere. Sheridan's command were to be allowed the privilege of rest, to recover and refresh their jaded horses. All are now on this side of the James, and will haste to meet the foe they have driven before them so many times during this cam paign. FROM SHIRMAM'S COMMAND. Details of Late Movements?Death of Gen eral Harker. Nkw York, July 1.?A special despatch to the Herald, dated Nashville to-day, has the following: On the 22d, General Hood's corps, in General McPherson's front, was withdrawn. The movement seems to have been commenced on tbe 21st. Schofleld, on our right moved for ward after the capture of Pine Mountain and crossed Nickajack creek, followed by Hooker. There Sherman found bim at a right angle to the rebel line, on the Kenesaw Mountain. Johnston was compelled by this movement to change bis direction, it belL?hortliand South, and still covering Marietta. Sherman, howev er, kept moving his light southward, thus compelling the rebels to abandon Kenesaw, and lengthen tbeir line southward. The object of the maneuvering on our part was to compel Johnston to occupy ground whose-natural ad vantages for a defensive battle would not be so great as at Kenesaw. Our efforts were so far successful, but the enemy still hold the high ground about tbe headwater of numerous streams rising near Marietta. Your correspondent with Hooker on the 2'th reports that the rebels' assault on tbe left of Schofleld and rigbt of Ucoker was repulsed with severe slaughter, losing three hundred killed. Col. Bartholson, of the luoth Illinois, and Major Duffy, of the 35th Indiana, were killed. Ewell is reported to have relieved .lohn ston, who goes to take command of Richmond. The truth of this report is not known, but Ew ell is believed to be at Marietta. The indications are that a battle will be fought near where the armies are massed, as Johnston is so sorely pressed that he eannot get away beyond the river safely. We have nothin g later by mail A gentleman who left the front on the 27th reports heavy firing on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. He knows nothing of the details of the battles, but reports that large numbers of wounded were sent to tbe rear. General Harker died of his wounds on Tues day. Hooker is reported wounded, but it is thought his name has been confounded with Harker's. FROM EUROPE. The Alabama to Attack the Kearsage. Sasdy Hook, July 1, p. m.?The steamship Arabia has arrived lrom Liverpool. Political news is unimportant. There is nothing new in the Dano-German question. The vote of censure against the Government relative to Ashantee, was defeated in the House of Commons?Government majority, seven. The opposition regard this as a virtual defeat. Breadstuffs steady. Friday? Provisions, dull. Consols, t97,a90l?. Losdos, June 19.?The Conference met yes terday and adjourned to the 22d. Nothing transpired. It is reported that France his declined to co operate with England in the naval demonstra tion in the Baltic. The Spanish Minister Poins has declared that Spain has no idea of the conquest of Peru. It is reported that tbe Alabama left Cher bourg this morning to fight the United States steamer Kearsage. Heavy cannonading was going on at latest reports, but tlie result is ua saowu. Smith O'Brien died on the 17th. Negro Testimony in Maryland* Baltimom, July 1.?Before the military commission sitting here in the case of the United States against John R. Mankin, charged with blockade-running and trading with the South illegally, the commissioners decided to receive necro testimony for the first time m Maryland history against a white man. Judge Advocate Captain Smith maae a strong argument, citing numerous authorities sustaining his potnts. The defence also argued elaborately, but were overruled. Colonel Munson pronounced the commissioners' decision, he being president. Therefore, as negroes are now competent wit nesses against white men in the courts through out Maryland, much greater prudence must be observed in their presence. Rumored Resignation of Collector Barney of New York. Nsw York, July l.?The Express says it is rumored that Collector Barney has resigned. CONGRESSIONAL. District and Other Matters. Th^House passed the Senate joint r?so^ution reouestinr the President of the United States to appoint a day for national humiliation and P Tifkouse passed the Senate blU regulating the law ot evidence in the District of Colum bis. It provides that nothing contained there in shall reauire any person to give evidence fwortUinst htoJi/or herself In cr iminal nroceediuKSi nor shall a husband give evidence against a wife?or a wife against her husband, during their married HE*- civil ac tions shall bo allowed to tHjWy My. Ingeroll, of 111* introduced a joint reso lution sotting forth the fact that, by the explo sion at the cartridge factory, Washington Ar senal, on tbe 17th inst., sundry females were injured, and, ia consequents, are deprived of tbe means of living; and appropriating two thousand dollars for their relief; to bo distri buted sccording to their ciscumstances. The joint resolntion was passed. On motion of Mr. Schenck, the bill further to regulate aad provide for the enrolling and calling out the national foroos, as returned from the Senate with n substitute in the char acter of an amendment, was taken up. Mr. Schenck said the choice was now between tfee Hon*** bill and the Senate bill. Both of them repeal the commutat oo clause. Each facnie had rejected the bill ot the other. ? Mr Thomas, of Md.t offered au ^meadmen* to th? Senate substitute, providing it than not b% lawtul lor any State to send recruiting agents into other States and Territories to enlist soldiers; and no State shall b*? credited with soldiers who are not riticens of State* claiming the credit, or foreigners who do not owe all*, glance to the United States. The above amendment wu rejected?yeas nay? C.V Mr Oartleld oft'.-red an amendment to tha Senate substitute. authorizing recruiting and voluntary enlistments from the rebel States. This was agreed to?yeas 58, nays 53. Mr. I?avis, oi Md., offered Mid explained an amendment totheSeuate substitute, providing, amor g other things, that no person drafted t>* tween eighteen and twenty Are years shall be entitled to beexempied from service ?n pay ment of commntation money; that all enrolled persons shall be dii ided into two classes?on? of those between eighteen aud twenty, and theotfce- over twenty-five and under forty, five. Every year, during continuance of the rebel lion, the President ia authorized to cause to ha dratted two hundred and fifty thousand ot tha first class, to be either sent into the field, or held as a reserve to meet the exigencies of tha seryica In the event of a levy of more th&u that number, the residue beyond it shall ba dratted into the second class. Prior thereto, the President shall call for voluntee s to fill the same, who shall receive a bounty of f3oo for three j eara, or a proportionate amount for shorter periods of service, etc. The above substitate was rejected? veas ?><? nays 101. * The Honee then disagreed to the Senate's substitute aa amended to-day by the House and ou motion of Mr. Schenck, a Ooramittea of Conference was ask<d of the Senate. The House took up and parsed the Seuata bi'l to repeal the act prohibiting certain ^alea of gold and foreign exchange, commonly known as "the gold bill." The vote was?yeas fi*>. nays 39. ' pKOPOSALS FORMATERIALS for THENAVY ? , _ NlVV DlPilTilMT. > huT'au of Equipment and Rtcruiiintt, J vily 7,18&4. i Sealed Proposals to furnish materials for th? Navy, for the year endiDg *>th June. 1*5. will ho received at the Bureau of Equipment and Recruit .'v I?*1' *"e first day of August next, at IJ o clock a. m.. when the bids will be opened, with out regard to any accidental detention of mails or ether causes. The materials and articlesembraced in theelaase* named are particularly described in the printei schedules. any or which will be furniahed ta such as desire to offer, on application to the command ants of the respective yards, or to the navy agent nearest thereto, and those of all the yards, npori application to the Bureau. This division into classes being for the convenience of dealers in each, such portions only will be furnished as are actually required for bids. The commandant and navy agent at each station will, in addition to tha schedule of clayey at their own vanls. have a copy 9f the scoedoles of the other yards for examination only, from which it may be Judged whether it will be desirable to make application for any of tha classes of those laids. Offers must be made for the whole of the class at any yard upon one of the printed schedules, or in strict conformity therewith, or they will not ho considered. In computing the classes, the price stated in the column of prices will be the standard, and the aggregate of the class will be carried out according to trie prices stated. It is requested of bidders to avoid erasures and substitution of figures, and to see that the amountd are correctly carried out. The contracts w ill be awarded to the lowest botut fidt bidder who gives proper security for its fulfil ment. The bureau reserves the right to reject all the bids for any class, if deemed exorbitant. All articles must be of the very best quality, to be delivered in the navy yards in rood order, and in suitable vessels and packages, properly marked with the name of the contractor, as the case uiay be, at the expense and risk of the contractor, and in all respects subject to the inspection, measure ment, count, weight. Ac., of the yard wheie re ceived, and to the entire satisfaction of the com maudant thereof. Bidders are referred to the commandant of tha respective yards for samples, instructions, or par ticular description of the articlex: and all other things being equal, preference will be given to ar ticles of A mericsn manufacture. . ,. v Every offer, as required by law of lOtn Augnet, 1846. must be accompanied ly a written guaranty, the form ut which is hereinafter given, and also by a certificate signed by the collector of internal rev enue for the district in which he resides, that ha has a license to deal in the articles which he pro poses to furnish; or by an affidavit signed by him self at d sworn to before some magistrate author ity! to administer such oat h, that he ia a manufac turer of. or regular dealer in, the articles he offer* to supply, and has a license as such manufacturer or dealer. Those only whose offers may be accepted will be notified, ana the contract will be forwarded as soon thereafter as practicable, which they will be re quired to execute within ten day* after it? receipt at the post office or navy agency named by them. The contracts will bear date the day the noti fication is given, and deliveries can be demanded, cuiCties in the full amount will be required to sign the contract, and their responsibility certified to bv a ITnited States district Judge, United State* district attorney, collector nr navy agent. As ad ditional security, twenty per centum will be with held Irom the amaunt of the bills until the con tract shall have been completed; and eighty per centum of each bill, approved in triplicate by tho commandants of the re?pective yards, will be paid by the navy agent at the poiutsof delivery?unlrM requested by the contractor to tie paid at auother navy agency- within ten days after warrants shall have been passed by the Secretary of the Treas ury. It is stipulated in the contract that if default be made by the parties of the first part in delivering all or any of the articles mentioned in auv class bid for in the contract, or the quality at such tiimy ?r,d places above provided, then, and in that case, the contractor ana his sureties will forfeit and pay to the United states a sum of money not exceed ing twice the amount of such class, which may bo recovered from time to time, according to the act of Congress in that case provided, approved March 3. 1?S. . No bids for more than one yard must be en cli sed in r.ne envelope, and the Fame must be dis tinctly endoreed on the outside, "Proposals for >l?tcrials for the Navy, for the Navy-Yard at (name the yard,)" and addressed " To the Chief of the Bureau of Equipment acd Recruiting Navy l)epartment, Washington, D. C " FORM OF OFFER. Which, from a firm, must be signed by all tht members, I. . of . in the State of , hereby agree to fnrnish and deliver in the respective navy yards all the articles named in the classes hnr?to annexed . agreeably to the provisions of the sched ules therefor, and in conformity with the adver tisement of the Bureau of Equipment and Recruit ing, dated July 7.I8G4. Should my offer be accept ed, I request to be addressed at , and the con tract sent to the navy s sent at , or to ? for signature and certificate. (Signature) A. B. (Date) Witness The schedule which the bidder encloses must ba Basted to this offer, and each of them signed by im. Opposite each article in the schedirle th? pi ice muat be set, the amount be carried out. th? aggregate footed up for each claaa, and the amount likew i*e written in words If the partisa who bi i do not reside near the place where the articles ara to be delivered, tbey must name in theig offer a person to whom orders on them arc to be deliv eied' FORM OF GUARANTY. The undersigned. , of in the State of and . of , in the 8tate of . hereby guarantee that in case the foregoing bid of for any of the classes therein named be ao cepted. lie or they will, within ten da>s after tho receipt of the contract at the post office named, or navy agent designated, execute th. contract for tha same with good and sufficient sureties, and in casa the said shall fail to enter into contract, a* aforesaW, we guarantee to make good the differ ence between the offer of the said and that ffhich may be accepted. (Signatures of two guarantors) ' ? D. J*e F, (Date) I hereby certify that the above-named, ---? ara known to me as men of property, and able to maka good their guaranty. (SijtnJktJire) e H To be signtd by the United States District Judge, United States District Attorney, Oolleator, or Navy Agent. The following are the classes required at th? re spective navy yards: KIIT*RYj MAINE. No 1 Flax Canvas and Twine; No 5, Sperm Oil; No 7 Cooking Utensils; No 1?, Leather; No 11. Lather Hose;%o 13 Lanterns: No 18 Tallow, No 22, Stationery, No J3, Hardware; No 34, Ship Chandlery; No ^?ods; No 29, Firewood; No 31 Tar Oil and Neatsfoot Oil. . af rQTAU'M \f A QC A i No /.t'OOiinf tllCUBlIB ? ilU Ol UfcV V WO, er; No II, Leather Hose; No 12 O* Hides for Rope; No 13,Sheet Iron; N? 18, Soap and Tallow; No TP, Brushes; No 22. Stationary; No 23, Hardware; No 74, Ship Chandlery; No'25. Copper Wire: No 27. "?w'-IB< ? BROOKLYN, N?W YORK. No 1, Flax Canvas and Twine; No 3, Iron Nail't Sheave Rivets, etc.; No 4, Tin, Zinc, etc j No 5, Sperm Oil; No 6, White Pine, Ash. Black Walnut, etc.; No 7, Cooking Utensils: No 8, Stoves and Cooking Cabooses: No 10. Leather; No, II, Leather H*se; No 12, Lignumvitte; No 13. Lanterns and Lamps-No IS, Soan acd Tallow; No 2", Brushes; No 22. Stationery; No 23, Hardware; No 34. Ship Chandlery; No 27, Dry Goods; No 29, Firewood. No 31, Neatsfoot Oil. PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA. _ No 1. Ha*Canvas and Twine; No ?.fperm Oil; No 7, Cooking Ctrnails; No 1*. Leather; No II, Leather Hose; No 18, Soap and Tallow; No ??, Brushes; No22, Stationery. Noll. Hardware; No 2', 8blp Chandlery; No 27. Dir Ods; Ne.,9, rire wood; No3>, Tar Oil and Neatsfoot Oil. WASHINGTON, D. 0 No 1 Flax C1*nTmJ?D<1 if lne? No Tin and Ziac; No 5, tiperm Oil; No I ?"?***** Oooking Ca toosis; PNo?o"Leather; No>12,lW?5 L-Bterna; No 13, Soap and Tallow; No 20, No 22. Stationery: No 23. Hardware; No 24,fthin Chandlery; No JA.Copj^,r Wire: Dry Goods* No 32, Gallery Iron; No 54. 4hata Iron; No 33 Walnnt, Mahogany, and Ash; No 38, Ingot Cap Jrl-td INFORMED

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