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WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, MARCH 4, 1862.
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FINLKY BIOOER, (Ut lUgjste of the iU.B.
TKaauryJ eJdOHAKLKS K. nKRKAN.Coaa.
SiUon at Law, will- devote their entire attention to
ufDraseontlon 11111 wtUMMBt of demands luratnst
the Unite States, growing oiitof tne present war.
Including the Aeoounte and Clalme of tte. Con
traotore, and Blsburring Officers: applications for
the reetoratiea oOroperty Ulegally tlesed oreep
tared, and for eonpeneatioa for the u of pnval
tor the Injury of such property by
military pay, peeviioas, and bounty
distributive iharee of monlee peyat
nronertT lor uovFrnmeni Durum, ana juj wiwam
payable at the Trea
sury ana one to no ooatracTore ana oioen.
Toe will aim give legal advloe to otalmaate, eon-
toanlnf-a. anil tn nnnrnfeaalonal aa-ints In lltuated
jawe; and prepare written arguments when deetred
With Non-rmldent Aienta who mareendttma
J.iraj, an equitable division of eommladoas will be
UOaUpniMI WDMHU .WlU urn vwitrviuu .
romptly remitted for a commission of from a half
li two and a half per cent depending on the
am.nnt: ana negotiations wuntna
oonlaotM on moderate terau.
pronpt attention, moderate charges, loaf ex
nerlanaa. and a mlnuta knowledge or the Of fawf.
I Kuowjeaaa Ol i
rtiiulatlon. rales and. precedents, govcrniM thlt
:lau of bi'leen at the' Departments, they hope to
render tholr servlees useful to elalmante and patlM
Elewc reay he made to Members of Congress,
and officers of the Oovernment; and epeotally, by
nil'-lou, to I Mc Hon. r.Litsa Wnmuuat, Vint
jor.i'iifoii-r n: 11 e iri'R.'irr.
AdlRH Ui--s BIOtJER & 8HERMAW,
Kit a ouciuajui
Wuhlnitnn. D. O."
OKiw. No .IS i Iti'M, near l'reaenry ahd Wil
li. rl' HctM.
t&fl n n v t. t a t.
nV II VUJ.UI1J1JJ
Ii dl' tilled In Lokdou, and pnt
up eolely In quirt and pint hot
tlee, to meet the requirement ot
Druggists, and thoee to whom Pari and Unadultar
ated liquor Is a Necessity or a Luxury.
It ii tho oldest established of ell the Oiae (I)
whlcS hare started Into existence noon the baids of
ttwtll-deierved and hard earned celebrity.
It haa no oonneotloa with, and la in no way like
the trehy mixtures eold as ' Exausa Oi." or
" Oli Tom," or' Lonoox Docx," or" LovdohOix,"
J. . J.A ni. m-atf. hfl much " aatlanltT " Or tt'
peotablllty " la aumed by their begetters.
Dr.Valcnrina If ott. of New York, says:
far pre terable to even ro
rnaa llalland Oln, and la Oa
Ifit arttd4 of ill fcutJ 1 AaM ever teen." Bo liy than.
unas or rhTsuune
The Hew York Herald, eaye: "We are snrprlaed
at lis brneuoU edeota: It U a certain safe guard to
The PMUdelpnl Ladger tTJi' " " P
rlor, Ifan equaf, in midtSrasl Tlrtnea."
The Rew Oilaaiu MetYBM "Tf! "There is no
rruejy on earth for dyspepila equal to It."
The Boston JouiOAl aays: "As a beTerage, aa a
rreveniiTe.orasa remedial agent, wa want no other.
11 m our KM
Women of, Amarloa. for yon It is Prlarly
aiajui. InsloknMS or health, it la your greateet
B. BiLDWIN k CO.,
01 Liberty street, New York.
n.iM In VuMtifUa h
LOVKLL, COLLKB A CO.,
310 E street, near Fa. arcnue,
And dealers generally.
1UTB8 AC WOOD,
- 'TIOUtaiLE IXD RW1IL OT1L1M W
ARMV AND NAVY 8UPPLIE3,
1'inii i, trcrc vc Catsups, Bauoes,
.'(lUei, l'ruite, OIItks,
Cui-.so, Ti.lsd "jls. Choice IlelUhee,
Oondcucv.t SlUk, Mnstarda,
PrtS'l'KVED MEATS, FISH, SOUPS, Ac.
Turc Wines and Liquors by Ibc Patkage,
CIQARS ANU TOBACCO.
$W Agents for Tlldin's Extract or Coffee, with
Eujar knd UUk oomblned.
aso PenaiylTanla ayosue,
lO TI1K OPFIOKIUs UaT Till;: AUMY.
Fulton, trout Europe, a l
ment of Uarlne, Opera,
Una and large e"--rt
Yield Obusaj, and lele-
moms, wlilch I wlU Hll a rery utile
1 a rery nine ao
alltlM, there are
Aatn tha nttftllflB. thara are nona Sana.
rlor to be had. harlng been selected purposely tor
Also, a large aad well aaebrted stock
UJJimaHCI aUV.wi.H. a,MwiKu,iv.
ot Opera Ulaaeee, Ulcrosoopea, gold, etlTor.aadstoel
Siiectacles and Eye U Usees, suited to the sight by
tlie nee of an Optometer. A.oonalderabla number of
otrtlOcaien to be seen at my office, from gentlemen
wh hare been raited at my old establishment.
U6 FennylvaIliaavtBbttwten Four-ind-a-half
ny EUtahllabment U up atalra.
RUwa fUc&UtuU. Tbo trade supplied,
riuiai iwiua wiui nun, .
X NO MATTER WHO'S PRKBIDENTJ
Consequently. I shall remain In Washington, aad
cvnanuo io punue my oovapauw vi
HOUSE, SION, AND OBHAMINTAL
llir.niNn In all IU branehea. Old OLAZINB
promptly attended to. relating aad Ornamenting
Coltare Furniture, In tha best style. I also call at
lTitlou In tha PoJntlnr of Unofs and Brlok Walla.
All tha abore I will do as cheap as tha cheapest
I thr'elore solicit the patronage of my frleadeaa
leilow-cltkeus of tho District. Punctuality strictly
obMirred, and work done in the best manner.
Yoa will please mind your stops, and stop at
H. T. PABKER'B
No. oil Louisiana atenue (north aide),
between Sixth and Seventh streets
r S. 3Sgnt pst up free of charge, as anal.
B A. J 13 S . '
Store, 19 acutli Fourth ttrett,
W. D. SUEl'HERD,
Corner of Beresth and D streets,
Ian 17 ly Washington, P. 0.
prijT m. mmj2
TAY OOU1CB .SI CO.,
' 33 .a. rcr 3HC OB XI. o .
Aro. d3'4 ryfluntii ral, oppotde Tricuury IJuiUingi,
Ia connec'ton wltti our Philadelphia House, we
have opened at No 43:4 Fifteenth street, an omce
lor Ihe tranracllon of a general Exchange, Collect
We buy and tell Coin, Uncurrent Honey, Blocks,
and Bonds, (on commission,) Drafts on American
and lkirnpeau cities, receive Deposits, and make
Collecrtlooa upon all aoeaatbla poutta.
feb t lm JAY COOKK A CO.
HRLM.BOLD'8 BCCHUioTthe Bladder.
HKLMUOLU'B I1UCHU for tb Kidney.
HRLMBOLD'H BUOHW for tka Orarel.
HRLMROLD'S IIUGHO for Dropsy.
nicr.MHnr.D'R BTJoyu forXi
IIRLMllOLU'B BDCnU far Lon ot Memory.
nwTAf iWII.tM ntinwil fhr Dhmeaaaf VUta.
n kXlt HOLD'S BUOnU rot Mfflealt Breathing.
ntLMBOLlrO BUC1TD fur Weak Nerrw.
KlMBOUn'n iwvjtiii lortienerai veotuir.
uiiD'BjjuutJUiror uursrsai uuaiiaae.
nnr.rt'R Maninffor norm of Disease.
,uboltj8 abtma for nuu Bwaata.
LiilOLDTl BUcniMsmjiuus of tho Bkbl.
ui.if ruir.ll'H HllnlltWor KraMlona.
RRUIBOLD'S BUOnnSr PalB In the Baok.
nv.r.Mnor.TvR nlimilT for Itaair.'naaa of tha Bre.
llde. with Temptrary SanVslotl and Lose of
nBLIBOLTrS BnOOP for Mobility and Reat
lesmaes, with Want of Attention ad Horror of
rfKr.MnrlT.rvn nnnnn ti,t obetnctlona.
IIELxtBOLD'S BUCDD for Uxeeesee arldat trcaa
inOKereuoo, ana an uuea oi
l . JPaameUaavFaamaUaa, .VornalM,
Fomalea, rialee, .'araatlaa.
TAKI HO MOM PILLI,
TAKK XO KOBK TILLS,
TRIY ABK Or XO AYATL.
IBIT AB fjr XO AYAIL
Cse HKLMBOLD B KXTUaCT bOG 1IU Jot all
eomplalnta Incident to tha ex.
No ramlljr sjhomld bo Wltnoaif.aii
TAXR NO MORE BALSAM or Inlnn'ons and
Unpleasant Medicine for nnpleaaact and Da,geKai
Cae HELMBOLD'S KXTRAGT BUJ1H0BX K
oeaeea arising from habits Indulged in
I By Yoi'Tie; nrt Old,
And for dheaars arhdng Iran Bablta of DlaelpaMa
It remores all improper discharges, and will reeto.e
ihepetlent In a short time to a etata of Health and ,
easts and Affrctlons of the most Dlttresalng Cnaan.
Use HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCBUfor all
Affections and DlMvee of tha
Whether existing In
from whiterer causa originating, and no matter of
All ot the abore dTseases and symptoms admit of
the same treatment, and may originate from the
llead I Head I Itead lltiadl
HELMBOLD'S BUCHU is safe, and pleasant la
taste and odor, but Immediate In IM action.
Personally appeared before me, aa Alderman of
the dty of FhiladelphU, II. T. HKLMBOLD, Cham
IK, who, being duly sworn, dace say that his prepar
ation contains no Narootle. Mercury, or injurious
drug, but Is purely Vegetable.
H. T. HKLMBOLD,
flwom and snbeerlbed before ma. this tsd daT of
Noiember, MM. WM. P. H IBB ABD,
Price 11 ear bottle . or 1 for aj daunted ta aaT ad.
A Trial CoaU bat a Dollar Try It,
And be oonrlnoed of Its afdoacy. And It Is aoeoaa-
fanled by reliable and raeaoadbla eertlScatea front
roloators of Medloal Collsgee, Clergymen, sad
Prepared by H. T. HELKBQLD,
Practloal and Analytical Ohenust,
104 South Tenth street, below Chaatnat,
NKCEBSART CATJTIOH. Should unnrlnoipled
Dealers try to palm an another article, which pays
a batter proftt and la worthless,
ABK YOB HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU.
TARE NO OTHER.
Bold by Z. D. OILMAN'
8. B. WAJTH,
B. O. FOBD,
B. B. ENTW1BTU,
J. R. MAJOR.
And by all DreggWe ererywhara.
gg-Oat this out send or call for it. and avoid
ImyoeltlOB and cxposare. daoT ta
AND THE WAR.
:nptnsation Essential to
Ftan and WvUIiatlon.
lawbloh It Ii mada apparent that the reaouroei
of the oountry aro three-fold greater
than the emergenoy, whloh will
oaii lur iiiuo, ii any, aa
BY DAHIaT. B. OOODLOX, OY XORTB OABOLUIA.
rrioetoenta. Bold at
4TS laTaath etraat.
Oppoatta Ueneral Post Offioe.
-lYTAU 8TEPI1KHB it CO.,
" MILITARY AND NATAL
an asanas l
SWORDS, 8ABHR8, BELTS, EPAULETS,
BHOOLDBR STRAV8, aAOttTUSTB,
AMD ITEKT YAXIITT Of
At reasonable prlpee.
WALL, STEPHENS k CO.,
JealS between eth and 10th streets.
RVW YUBK LAW AND COMJBOT1RO.
NO OHARQB WITHOUT SUCCESS.
Law and counsel la the State and United States
and all Snaadal business attended to promptly.
Wa guarantee euccess. No charge without.
" O. Z. HOUSE,
Counsellor at Law,
ia Beckman Street, New York.
for circular for reference, associate counsel, to.
AT HKTAIt. VOU 30 DAYB ONLY.
The Large Stock of
PBE8C0TT NAVY REVOLVERS.
of 4-Inch and S Inch barrel, superior In every respcet
to any other pistol Introdaetd, comprising
STRENGTH, OBNTIL1TY, ACTION A.KCON.
or. in other words, containing all the Excelleneiea of
O.lt s, Smith A Wesson's, Allen k Wheloo'a Pistols,
concentrated in one Instrument, thereby making this
putoi tne most iormiaaoie weapon tver offered for
Also, a very fine assortment of Gold and Silver
waicnrs, impuncu ur r v.iows jQ , n t, 17 Ataiasn
Lane.N. Y.,epre,sly for the City Ketsll Trade
Al.n. tha Hneat assortraeat of Gents and I.adia
Dreeting Cseei evir offered in this country to the
Alto, 100,000 Cartridge offered to the Retail Trade,
positively only ior 3J daye.
" Q. A STARKWEATHER,
feb 10 lm National Hotel.
WANTED I WANTED I 500 HaernlU,
to do service in the District of Columbia.
i Immediately at No BOB Seventh street, bet
i ji nroeie. ev iw u
War News! War Prices!
Important to Sutlers !
Important to Families !
Important to Grocers!
Hotel Keepers !
IMPORTANT TO KVERY ONI WHO
Bats, Drinks, or Smokea!
AT HAM" TUB USUAL TRICE
For Cash Only!
READ, 4JITD H EFIiB C Tl
3318 PennsylTanla Annas,
383 Pcnnaylranla Areaae,
3BB PenaeylTanla ATeraaie,
a5 reansyliraBla Aranae.
Wo XXuYnbixrf I
Sugar, 9 eenti per pound.
Extra White Bupr, 12 eenta per ponnd.
Good Qreea Tea, 50 cents per pound.
Good Black Tea, 60 cnU per pound.
Extra Black Tea, 75 cents per pound.
Extra Green Tea, 75 centa per pound.
Good Coffee, 16 cents per pound.
Extra Coffee, 20 cents per pound.
Wax Candles, 35 cents per pound.
Malaga Raisins, 15 cents per pound.
Codfish, 6 cents per pound.
Good Cigars, 50 cents a hundred.
Fine Havana Cigars, $1 to IS a hundred.
Almonds, 12 cento per pound.
Bait, 20 cents per bag.
Good Butter, 16 cents a pound. .
Extra Butter, 20 cents a pound.
Old Bourbon Whlrkoy, 60 cents a bottle.
Extra Old Bourbon Whisk, tl a bottle.
Good Brandy, 60 cents a bottle.
Extra Old Brandy, f 1 per bottle.
Fort Wine, 50 cents to $1 per bottle.
Sherry Wine, 60 cents to tl per bottle.
Madeira Wine, 60 cento to tl a bottle.
Irish Wnlrkey, 60 eeoto to tl a bottle.
Sootch Whiskey, 60 cents to tl a bottle.
Genuine Imported Champague, t6 to $16 per
M tht aooue Liquors Warranted tun I
Goods exchanged or the money returned, If
purchasers are not raited.
325 Pennsylvania Avenue,
325 Pennsylvania Avenue,
325 PennsylTanla Avenue.
325 Pennsylvania Avcnup,
325 Pennsylvania Avenue.
J1RB, 0, 180a. gram, o, uoa.
N01THEBR CEMHAL RMLWAF,
The shorten, quickest, and best route from Baltl
, more to tha
WEST, NORTH, AND NORTHWEST.
CIIAHOK Ur TTtUC.
tS?.X1!F' ". Fb'y ,Uoj, PaaMnger
MfcUow?i '' ft0 Clfer, au"0B
w TRAINS NORTH LEAVE.
mail, at sua a ir
buwo Expree;" :...::: :j.s p:
Parktoa AccomodaUoa.r .":. 4.oo i vl
PRtilmrf aad HarrUbarr Express...., ".m, p." jJ;
p..m-.,.TBA,N5 SOUTH AltRIVK.
E,2VB.Aecom,,",,1,1it m a.m.
tiuffaia) Exprea. , bma m
Pltjjajjrg aad HarrUbarg Exprial."."".!." r, X,
TheTrxT if. Trata ftom WuihiBvtnft MMnaM.. iti!
tbM''l,.'T,m,B"om Baltimore for tha Weet.
and rbr Buff.ln. Ktmi. rmw.. n ki.bV.:L-
daJgua, aad Niagara YalU, and' for New York
.vIS'J VH,Jr,liTOm Washington connects with
Ihif eUlIAJaa BUHt UOCmiO KOQ
JSVXsJhTK.? WttlitagtOB enatrti
WIT. HAtTlbBT. sUld thfl Wm -nrt U .,!, .,
oecflonfor Lebanon. Euton. Allentovn. tnriK..
Ynfk.vafljinlMi t7.f1A. J Mafu.T ."' ----b'-
Try ihU Ve to NVwYkr " '"
jV" Tha Oblv Tnln lBlt natHaiau u a .-
1SS1R&& 3Wn -". "ttsburY,
The only Train a: rlrlng In Baltimore Saada
tatheSSo'A.M. Train. "
"" J. N. DoBARUY.Snp't.
Philadelphia, Wilmington, and Baltimore
Oa and after MOXDAY, NOV. IS, 1M1,
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADEL
PHIA: For Baltimore, at (.so a. m.,.l a. m , H.M a. m.,
(Expreea,) and 10 SO p. m. '
For Cheiter, at S.lSe. at., n ji a.m., 3.11 and 10 (0
For Wilmington, at S.30 a. m , t is a. ra 11 At a.
m.. 8.46 and lo.M p m. .,...
For New Castle, at 8 15 a. m and S 49 p. m.
For Doter, at S IS a. m. aad 3 4S p. m.
For JUIIford, at S.1S a. ra.
For ballibury, at s is a m.
TRAINS FOR PIllT.Aiivr.pii?.
Lease Baltimore at 3 to a m.. (Kxpress.) 1.06 p.
m , (Exprou.) 6 so and J p m (Express.)
Leare Wilmington at f.30and ll.M a. m.,4.18,
N art n't a tut m
Leare SalUbury at 1 81 p. m.
Leare Mllford at 4.SS p m.
Leare Donr at 0 a. m and 3.10 p. ra.
Leave New Cutle at 11 a m. and 8.10 p. m.
Leare Chester at 8 sa a ra., 11 16, 4 to, and 9 SO
p. m. -pi
Lare Baltimore for Salisbury and Intermediate
station, at s 20 and 1 p. m. j tor Dorsr and Interme-
un ,iauuw,a, i.vo p. m.
TBAINU FOR D ALT I HO RE
LrMTt ChMtA-r Bt ftiAtm in .Itinit n4 lltltn awa
LetT Wllmlogtoa at 4 30 a. m., 9 sfi i. m , u 8S
y , aaa .miu A ta,
FREIGHT TBAIN.wlthPaaseagerCar attached,
will ran aa follows:
Leare Philadelphia, for Perryrllle and Interme.
sate places, at 6 .10 p. ra.
Leara Wilmington, for Perryrllle and Intermedl
ata plaeee, at T.lo p. u.
Leare Baltimore, for Havre de Oraoe and Inter
mediate stations, at 9 a. m.
ON SUNDAYB OHT.Y ,
At 8.80 a. m and lo.so p. m from Philadslphla to
At T from Baltimore to Philadelphia.
Tha 1 30 a. m Train from Philadelphia to Baltl
more will run dally, Umlayt aonttd.
8. M. FELTON,
Jan 2-tf President.
O I O K
"Adams Express Company."
This Company offers to the public " Unequalled
Advantages " for the " Safe and Quick Dispatch" of
UBiT7-niKuu,ranini, vaiuaoics, aioney.ae
tec . to all Dirts of the United Htntae. '
Expreates to ana nrom mc north and West depart
iromand arrive In Washington twice drily. All
Bxnreasea are in oharee ora-ntW.'! ad aifou.
au racxages ror " ine acutiera " carnea at " One
Hair" our arual rates.
All goods for the so-called " Conlederatce States,"
aad au artldee " Contraband of War," will be aa
Our Expretses leave New York at 1,6. and 0 P.M.,
arriving in Washington at S A. H. and 80 P. M.
Xxpnases leave Philadelphia atSSOA.M.andllO
M., arriving la Washington I ao P. at. and s A. M.
Expreaaea leave Baltimore at 4.20 A. H. aad 8 46
P. at., arriving la Washington at s A. at. and 8.80
xpressas for all points North and West leave
asnington aauy at i.so a. at. ana x
igton dally at 1.80 A. tt. and SO P. M
Special Contracts for large quuiltlee of Freight
made on aon
il contracts for large quantit
aade on application at this oil
nw u nau un auuuwuuB a. uua oaioe.
All goods called ror aad delivered res of extra
r and delivered .free
E. W. PARSONS,
Vunerlntaadent Adams EznnBas Cm.
Washington, Vugturt a, '61. aaxM tf
-TtBBDS AND DKI'OSITIONS
a roa m ar araa or
TO BK BIICVTIO AT WaSUlNOTON CTTT.
EDMUND F. BROWN, having been appointed
by the Ooversers of the above States, a
COMMISSIONER Of DEEDS FOR THE DIS
TRICT OF COLUMBIA,
with power to take Acknowledgments and Deposi
tions to be used or recorded in said Stater, and hav
ing had several yeare' experience la taking testi
mony and acknowledgments, as a Notary rubuo,
and as Commissioner of the Court of Claims, is pre
pared to cxeeu'e those dutlee legally and promptly,
when due notice ie given.
Mr. Brown alto acts as JUornef and OxmxOor tn
penane having business to transact wl'h the several
kaun'Mcnli (f OxernmaU, and will attend te cases
arblng out of the present war, the Mexican war, or
any of the former wars, as well aa to Inquiries and
mveeuaeuons in we various ouioci, wucrv iusk
UTtiii.uuu. ,u ih .iioua vuiwi. nu.ia .vim, w
lualntance and experience afford him ample faolll-
All orders should be accompanied with the appro
Office No.401Fstreet,nextEastof Seventhstreet,
dlsgoeally oppoatta City Poet Omce.
Auoiete: ounuiiu v. anunn ,
Notary, Commissioner, ae. ,
Ian It auw2m. Box No. 414, Wuhuwton, D. r.
TO IDVEiriUlM AMD PATZNTBEB.
MCNN A CO., proprietors of the Sclenttao
American, and agents for procuring American aad
WUa Bizietit Years Experience in tht .Business.
Beler to Boa. Jadg Mason, Hon. Joseph Holt,
Hen. W. D. Bishop, ex-Commlaslontrs orPatente,
and to more than afteen thousand Inventors who
have had baslaoes done through Mann A Co.'s Pat
Pamphlet of advice seat free by mall.
Patent Laws and Regulations, 1 10 pages, M centa,
No charge for consultation, orally or by mail.
Preliminary Examination In United State, Patent
Officcc.No IT Park How, New York; Washington,
corner of K and Seventh streets, opposite the Patent
OBLKCT SCHOOL. VOU UI1U.B.
IS Per Quarter, Trench and Music Included.
Mas. A. ZAPPONB, Principal,
No 61K street.
Near the Circle.
jSaT'.Farnlshed Rooms for Rest, on very moderate
tens, la the same banding. dsc tl u
BRITISH OPjnlO.V Olr TUB SOUTH
The BrltUh pollllclans, eager to divldo ami
break down American power, have been ready
onough to encourage tho rebellion of Ihe South.
But if they could hare succeeded in destroying
the Union, their bid hostllHy to 'the slave
Slates would hare again broken out ttnpw, and
the slaveholders won d have found an Eoglleh
alliance oven more disagreeable than an asso
ciation with tho North.
Among the papers prided r a recent order
of the British Parliament, is it dUpatch frrra
Lord Lyons to Lord Russell, dated on the 18'.h
of laet December, In which the following opln
ion of the Southern Confederacy Is expressed :
"This overweening notion of tlinlr own lm
porttneeTBsyTB.toMo wrysertom Ii nnnvenf
enoe, If they should succeed In e ..Wishing
their indeDendanca. Our nend r.f ii.ir nMtnn
is quite great enough to render tt exlremoly
desirable that we should be on good terms with
them, and encourage any disposition whloh
mo -iij-nuuw to piace tneir uommeroiui re
lations With US On a mntnttllv ndtranlu'ranitt
fOOtlnsT. We mlnht ha wllllnv In rnniirinp ll.ul
a quarrel with them would gtvo us no meun of
niueiiurnuoKineoonuiiion or tnoir slaves, whlio
i. wuum uring great aaai oi narasmp aaa sui
ferine upon vast numbers of our own working
nOODle. But Stilt It must avaf hn runnirninl tn
our feelings to bo In rnllmnta raUtfona will, n
confederation formed on tho nvo wed prinolplo of
wo Bouvuiug Diatea can oe inuuoea to KOI wun
moderation unon the nueatlon of alarnrv. thov
may rouse a feeling of Indignation aud horror
in wreiu uniain wmen will overpower kll cell
sldcratlens of material Interest. Of this many
ui lucir idwjil'k men in inn nr.iani mnT.m.n
do not seem to be aware. Some of tbem aven
talk openly of reviving the African slavo trado.
an attempt aotuauy to do this would, it may
be supposed, be atones put down by the united
force nf tho Northern States, Qreat Britain,
and of civilized Europe. But, on the other
hand, It might be extremely dlffloolt to bring
anyoftheslaveholdlng States to renounce, In
principle, the tight of trading In negrooa, or
to inuuee them to enter into any treaty
engagement on the subject. Any suoh
engagement would be regarded bv tbem
as an admission that thev were tn the
wrong on the question on which their con
test wun mo nurtn nas so innameo tneir pas
slons that Hie 7 have lost slzbt of all reason,
How could tber bind themselves not to extend
to larger numbers of Africans the blessings of
tne institution or Amerloan slavery, which
they hold to be ordained of God for the haoul
nsss and Improvement of the negro race t It
is to be approhended that we shall have very
considerable difficulty In placing our relations,
commorciai or political, on a satisfactory loot
log with a neonle imbued with suoh sent!
meets, immense as Is the Importance to us of
procuring a cheap and abundant supply of
tneir atapio comrooaity."
Tns Fhyile Ridels or WisHixaTox. A
Washington correspondent who appears to know
scmtthlog of the doings of the Rbl beauties of
this city, thus speaks of them:
" One woaltuy woman from Georgia, residing
here, and who has several friends aud relatives
lighting on the side of the South, remarks pas
sionately: 'Itsocms to kard that the flower of
the South, lier gentlemen, the very best men ot
nil the South, should be killed nod captured by
Northern mechanics!' The woman cannot di
vest l.ersoli of Governor Hammond's Idea of
' the mudsills ' of tbe Nortb: and the cruelest
fealuro of the war, to hr mind, Is the fact that
Southeru nabob and N .hern ' mudsill ' must
meet on the 1 i'y flalv of battle.
" The fern ill secessionists In town are trou
bled in can u 7 on ihelr nostal srstem with re-
beldom, end have been obliged to give the busi
ness up in aospair, ana patronize toe regular
letter bag by way of Fortress Monroe, which
will not carry letters over a single pugo in
lenetb. and which mut sot touch urin nnr but
domestlo m'lttora, Tho rebels toll itorfesof
cheating the Government, oven In t corre
spondence, by the use of euhst aa Ink
wnion cannot do ueteciea. or ar ' i nectea
bv General Wool or his aids, whoso uiidiuess It
is to examine this correspondence. It Is easy
to perosive, nowever, tuat tne reoei aympn-
tmzers nero aro in trouDio, ana ao not coiain
private news as easily hs tuy used to do."
,0 Of the chances to live at Roanoke Is
land, a correspondent ol the N Y. Tribune
"When things get a little settled here wo
shall have no lack of good things to eat. Wild
ducks, geese, and swans abound in the creeks
and on the marshes, oysters can bi had in plen
ty at Ilatteroe, deer are often thot in the woods
on the main land, and to day we are tinting
the first chad of tho season, precursors of the
miraculous draught of fishes that will be had
by any man who chooses to cast his nets in the
channels of Oroatan Sound."
We can vouch, from personal expcrlence,that
the Nortb Curollnla shad are as unrivalled In
quality, ai they are In abundaance.
A REnEL Fuo.-Col. Kurte, of the Twenty,
third Massachusetts regiment, has forwarded
to the Massachusetts State government a splen
did flag taken from a Georgia regiment at
Roanoke Itland. It Is mado of Ih avy pongee
silk, with the three longitudinal striper, red,
white and red, and a blue Held In the upper
corner, bearing on ono side in gilt the motto,
"Liberty or death," surrounded by eleven
stars, and upon the opposite side the Initials
" S. G." enclosed in a wreath of oal; leaves.
The flag is looped to the staff with red ribbons.
OCR Abmt Its I'hoobe) and ErpiciiKCT.
From what we can learn, our troops In all the
military departments are in the best pcselble
condition, and a vigorous patriotic spirit pre
vailing among them. There Is a general anx
iety to meet the fo?, whose Insolence has been
very considerably humbled by recent victories.
That thi loyal foiling among Tennecseeans
and others In the Southwestern States will be
encouraged by our Government, there can be
no doubt. Indeed, tbo War Department, we
learn, haa authorized the raising of troops in
TrnnCEsre to net In conjunction with the United
From all accounts, the loyal feeling Is rap
Idly and widely extending wherever cur armies
have appeared, and wherever the people, so
long oppressed, have been relieved from South'
Corron Gauds are being manufactured in
No MoitB Bniaaixn The systemitto run.
n'ng away and surrendering of t'je " chlvaW
have at last rut nn end to their brarglog. Wo
shtll hare no m'ore noneecsa froot Item, about
'lying in tho la-t ditch." Eren President
Davis frankly admits hlmretf In h "Immtli.
ntcd." Tho swaggerers have lost caste with
even their own ocoplc.
ihe following will show whst U now thouiht
and said at the Sonth:
TIIR SOtniCR nA .lala
To Ul9 Editor Oftlul ntnhmnnj t-.;MM.
Tho Independent conduct of your Journal om
boldens mo f r i.itiire a criticism upon the lato
roversos -t . .irt Henry and Iloanoke Island,
WU Oh tllHV UH STAtlnfl, I Anrannltta Lull...-.
dered iieuestary by the condition nf tho roun-
try. it la high lime that these surrenders
should coase, for, considering the character of
tho war In its consequences to us, they harp
hnn frit It i, . !... . t ' ...
WU JJiiUi "vti i ommyocing.wiin.inai oi
IB,8JYrSyT AVxtndrlt, djwr through that
nf Col. Peg rum, at 151 oh Mountain, that of Com.
.mentihle insCeet.' - 4o" l l"8 l,rc"e"t
ine i uoanoke affair Is perfectly Incompre
hensible. The nowspapers are filled with ex
travagant laudations of our valor tho annals
of Greece and Rome iffer no paraliel-wholo
regiments wero defeatert hi- Mmn.ni.. nn.i .
yielded only to death. Our men finally 'surren-
aerca wun nn blond on their bayonets," an I
what Is the lass? Itiohmond Ulues, two killed
and five wounded ; Mi-Culloch Rangors, one
k'l.od and two wounded; tho othor tour com
panies lost. In all, two killed and eleven
wouuded. Comment Is neodlois. The wlio'.o
army bad bettor surronder at once, for it will
eventually come to It. I am, ulr, Ao.,
PYETTBt ii.i.i: Arkansas, which wxs taken a
fvr .1 t ogo, hy our Gen. Curll-, and partly
burnt y the rebels bcfi - Iln-y K-ft it, ts a po3t
vlllsgo and capital of ' iiLlnt'tou ccunly. It
is onr hundred act! uiuviy-"!'! mlloi northiveat
of Llttk Rock, i 'I ono Ihonsaod una lundred
and eighty dec n. . trom V.iliDgtou. It is
situated on the nar.' ost eilo i White river,
and contained, prcvijiu to Vaudalha ol
tho rebols, tho usual nuty La-uUcps, a Uni
ted Slates Lind Ofii ft churches, t ei"!
stores and about serin L.milred inbabi int.i.
pSf A correspondent detcribtti tbc loople
at Nag'e Head, North Car."na, ai "stolid r.nd
ignorant," and addr:
"So long as they get enough food to pit.
and tobacco to chew, it matters llttlo to tbpri
whether tbelIagabovether.il gartered Into
stripes or bars."
This Is probably a correel leiLriptlon (f tho
condition to which vast numb i . of the white
people of the South have been reduced by the
I system of slavery.
A Monster Focnort in- Noltii Carolina.
Captain Joha C. Uooth, superintendent of tho
North Carolina arsenal and foundry, situated at
Faycttevlile, wrltts to tho Baton Rougo Uazttte
"My foundry will covtr tbrea or four acres.
My laboratory Is shaping itwlt Into a chtf ei"
iruure, end I have the beet chief in tbo world.
I am getting out timber for ono hundred field
batteries and Ave hundred heavy gun-carriage;;
the latter, however, will be made principally
of Iron. My rifle factory has just begun to
wctk, and wesblp to-morrow one hi tared to
Richmond. Then I am building a railroad
connecting me with the road to t iron
and coal mines, which also gives me commun'
catlon with tbe river and steamboats. You
will get a better Idea of the magnitude el my '
establishment from tbo statement of tho i
that tbo Government has contracted fo:
thousand tons of pig iron, to be delivered l.i.,
with the privilege if Increat-io the nnnunt to
Destrcctivk Flood in Mfcca Three HYn
nnt.li Lives Lost. Tho Boston Tratx(er has tho
following item of news :
"An Intelligent gentleman, who b " for many
years resided in Syria, cays, in a r&ent com
munication to a irtenuin tots city : ' mere nas
been a flood of rain In Mecca ; three hundred
Uvea lost ; one-third of the city destroyed ; tho
great sacred Mosque Haram eeh Sberif, flooded ;
tbe holy Block Stone submerged ; and the
great library almost destroyed 1 ' and he iidde,
very naturally and pert'nently, ' I caunot, in
view cf this fact, fo'get that the massacre In
Damascus was planned, and decided upon In
that Bame so-called Uoly City I' "
Cciibi.rland Gap. The Paris (Ky.) CUken
aays Intelligence has reached that place, through
an oulcer ol the army, " mat tne national iorcea
took possession of Cumberland Gap, without
meeting with the least resistance, and that the
Seventh Kentucky regiment and Sixteenth Ohio
are ut the Gap, while tbe two Tennessee regi
ments nave puseu into icnnesaee."
Tbe Loulfvllle Journaf has advices to the
17th from Gun. Carter's camp at Flrtt Rock
Ford, a lew miles this eldo of the Cumberland
Ford, and at that lime no serious opposition
nas anticipated to our advance.
E.iaiuTioN to Uatti. On Friday, tho
barque Wilhelmlna, dipt, McEwen, sailed from
New York for GoujIviS and Port au Prince,
with flfiy-elght colored emigrants. They aro
from Ohio, Michigan, Canada West and Penn
sylvania, and were well provided with axes,
hoes, spades, and other requisites for tho labor
In which they are about to be engaged. One
of the party was a white woman, who wux
married to a colored man, and tn each of tho
two preceding colonies Ihero were two similar
cases of " amalgamation."
The present Is tho fourth colony which bus
been sent to IUyti, under tho ati'plcej of tbe
Bureau of Emigration, within tbe last two
months. Numerous letters have lately been
received from emigrants already settled there,
In which the writers speak In tho most encour
aging terms or their propccis, anu ra ijuuo .i
excitement has thus been created among tbo
colored people In somo of Ihe Northern States,
there is every probability of a very large cml
gratlon during the Spring and Kill.
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