Fnhllibtd Dally, Sondaji Kittptn!,
BY W. J. MUltTAOH 4 CO
QlOftQl M. WtSTON, (DITOX.
rw Ths, tmblleatton otaOt) of tht National
VUMn Is Hi tht rurthsut oornsr of D snd I
wsralh strsst, second fioor, OTtr W, D. Bhsp-1
liwii'i stors. Entrance on BsrenUi strsst.
Saturday, March 2t, 1862.
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CLUB! FOB TUB DAILY NATIONAL,
BCPimUMll lO HOLOIKUS.
A I'APER THAT EVERY SOLDIER SHOULD
"We hare been Induced to offer oar dsllj pa
per to toldltrs, who (hill form clubs, it the
following loir rttes :
1 copy, 4 months $1 JO
6 copies, 4 months 6.tX)
10 copies, 4 months ,10.00
All oyer ten copies, it tke rate of one dollar
per copy for fonr months.
pf The names mmt alvars be accompanied
with tht money.
f&- Write the names distinctly, and gWf
the company and the number ol the rrglment.
pir The papers will be mailed to one name,
or the names will be written separately, if de-
JUSTICE TO TUB AHHY.
We observe, wilh regret, that the President
has recently nominated, as brigadier generals,
a considerable number of persons who aro not
now connected with our brave army In the
Odd. Recognizing the political or military
merits of such of those persons as are known to
us, and not doubting that those not known to
us, hare been selected with an equal regard to
just personal claims, we protest, in tha name ot
jistlcc to the army, against the confirmation tl
a stogie ono of them. We appreciate the pres
sure which has been brought to bear on the
rrHdeit, but for all that, we disapprove ol
what ho has attempted to do, and trust that
the Senate will not permit it to be consum-
It is too late in this war, too many battles
have been fought, and too many officers bare
won distinction by the display of high qualities,
by thj endurance of hardship, and by heroic
valor In presence of the enemy, to render It
toletable that outsiders should nowbe put over
their beads in the positions of brigadier gen
rrnls. If the country Is still full of men eagei
for patriotic distinction In the army, as we are
gratified to know that It Is, let them go In as
subalturns. That is truly honorable, far more
so, indeed, than to supersede by political in
Suence thosa who are entitled to promotion.
The country will be justly Indignant, if our
army, now covering itself with glory, Is to he
deprived of anything In the way of promotion
ami grateful recognition, which belongs to It.
Governor Richardson, of Illinois, now a
member of tho House, upon being tendered a
brigadier-generalship, declined It with anc-
bleccss characteristic of the man, upon the
ground that he would not accept honors which
belonged to others. We read Governor Rich
ardeon'a letter to the President, as the coun
try did, with admiration. Tho sentiment of It
commends Itself to every right-thinking man.
Honors to those who have won them!
Cotton. On the 15th of March, the L'ver-
pool stock of cotton wss 423,000 bales, having
lj--n reduced 242,000 bales since January 1st.
At that rate of reduction, the stock would be
excused by the 1st of August.
The receipts from January 1st to March 15th,
were very light, the last East India crop not
belDR due before the lit cf April.
Ou the 15th of March, the East India ootton
knojrn to be at sea for Liverpool, was 103 000
Upon the whole, there I abundanci of time
yet, to get at tto crop lu tho Southern State,
beforo Liverpool Is out ofcoltoa. Andlftof
SoMa.-ra crop Is never reached, the Engll'h
lucu will rjr.iujc to d J without It, which is a
much Its di?'u-itt matter than It has been sjp
j d to be.
Fans Fioixesj is Suit: 1'ict.iijs It ha
been said ot old fine "l!i-. figures won't He;"
iml it h n u'so b jen said that "there aro excep
lions to every rule" The tlrnres of the
JiitcUij'M.tr yestsrday raoralig oa the freo ne
gro population, us applied by thit paper, are
among thtso exceptions.
The irrorof the IntiUigencer consli's 1 1 over
looking the fact that the free States hare emao
clpated all the negroes tbey had, whereas the
rhi c States have emancipated about 250,000 in
.1 slave population of 1,000.000 !
As the JnltUhjtnctr eneerlngly pn losses to
aitmire pniianthrupy in deed rather than
vsonl, Hill It be pleased to transfer Its admi
ra'ion lu this respect from the slave to the free
States T This will be putting the saddle on the
tutu. Diu.ur.vM in Wasvi.uroN Cm. We
fiad tho following in tho Now York 17,1 csj,
written by one of Its correspondents :
A rumor fus been going tho rounds for Uo
r trm e days p iht, to the effect that the next
ncnursD noiore me moaei lecture hssocUIIwi
'I this city Is to bo by tholr paragon, Fred.
DouieUm. The UtQ recnntlnn whlftb Pltlllln
met with InC'Inclnnatl, and whloh a great many
.irgue he should have met with here, la being
loudly talked or, and tl la presumable that
nhould Jlr. Douglass essay, under the brilliant
MUByivan vi mo Hioresaia association, 10 intrude
his philanthropy upon the citlens of this place,
many would go who have not been In 1 10 habit
nf attending those shows, so as to be present ut
the row which aould undoubtedly take place.
This "rumor" Is about as true us many other
statements found In the IUprvis, designed to
glvo a stab at freedom and Its advocttcs. No
proposition has eter been nude to, or enter
t lined by tho Washlogton Lecture Association
to Invito Mr. Douglass to lecture before them,
although a large number of members of Con
gi ess and othor distinguished gentlemen have
urged Its propriety. Let it be understood,
however, that if, this year, or the next, the As
eochtlon sees proper to avail Itself of this dls
tioguhhed and eloquent Virginian's talents as
a lecturer, it will do so, la dellance of anv pro
slavery opposition or mobs which the enemies
of liceion can rally.
Goon SixiTOMf-The Baltimore Jlrprtu
fuuioo oui uecmemy la Tavor or emancipation
In Maryland. We observe also that several ol
the ward Union meeting, in St. Louis accept
the President's proposition to tho slave) Btis
so far as Missouri Is concerned.
The Dill Is thus rolling. In a few mpnlhs
we shVl havo organized and powerful eraaa
opatlon parties In all the border slave
LATEST BY TELEGRAPH.
Rfapptmnee of (he Rebtl Ashby
Thel'nlonlsU Mikitg their Jppesrute from
Gt-on.. Hxlolda' srATovaraca,
Winchester, March 28. Veslerdav, Ashby,
th four cruris, annsared near Strssbure, and
threw several sheila Into our camp, killing one
Ills nr.ilUnn was mien as prevented Ms boinz
Mil nff Oiir irmi. rlrnVA htm fiH.
Un. Banks reconmiterea an we pusiuuue,
within miles of our camp, returning after datk.
Jackson Is believed to M very quiei ueiow
' Most of the population of Strasburg have
been Unionists throughout the war, and are so
still. The agent of the Manassas railroad and
the station master have been hidden In the
mountains In order to avoid Jackson. Tli-y
have now returned, and are giving Invaliuble
aid to Banks. Many of the Inhabitants have
been for weeks residing in the mountains and
Ml Is qnlet In this vicinity to-day.
The following dispatch from Gen. Shields
was received in New York, on Thursday, by
Wivi'arsTFR. March 27. My wound Is doing
well. I will be abl to ride io a boggy, In a
few days, at the bead or my command.
JA3. SlllKI D4.
FROM ISLAND No. 10.
Cannonading: Heard at Point
St. Lous, March 28. The St. Louis Ikmo-
oral's Cairo dispatch says heavy and rapid can'
nonadlng at Point Pleasant was heard at the
fleet night beforo last.
CapL Maynadler and Col. Buforl, who ac
companied Profes'or Stelner's balloon recon
noitsince on Tuesday, discovered that the shells
from our msrtars hive generally fallen beyond
the enemy's batteries, the elevation of the nor
tir and the charge of powder both being too
great. This will be remedied imnedlj' ' .1
greater execution may us expected a t
The Latest from Islan 1
The" Ntff Tinncfsee Troops . uuig, llrs
rnllliu: to Fight n.ii TiW
Pmvtler Mill Destroyed at Civ
Parson Brottnlow Coinhte.
St. Loin, March 27. A sped tl dispatch to
the AVj'tiWiVcm, dated near Island No. 10, on
the evening ol the 20th, says :
Only three shells were thrown by the mor
tars todsy, to which no response was made by
the rebels. This morning, Col. Bulord sent a
reconnolterlng parly of twenty men of the
Twenty sevemh Illinois regiment down the
Missouri shore. They arrested three prominent
residents, who report that 2,000 negroes are
employed on the idaad and at the batteries
along the shore; that sixty Ore of the rebel
troops, Including two lieutenants and forty ne
groes, had been killed by our shells ; that the
upper shore battery had been abandoned, but
others were being rapidly strengthened ; that
the enemy Is 15,000 strong, and their encamp
ment has been moved entirely out cf the range
of our guns.
The rebels, they s y, aro confident of rue
cess, and say they bavu a good road to Tren
ton and other points by which thsy can escape
whenever they ctnoeu, and they hare plenty ol
provisions. Three rebel steamers loaded with
troops were seen watching ihe shorS to prevent
communication from here. Tho number ol the
enemy's transports Is eleven.
Two or three balloon ii"ceneIons havo been
mado by Captatu Stelner, but the weather was
too thick rT favorable observations.
One of the rarlly finl-hed gunboats was fired
at Memphis th other nlgbt, but the fire was
exilcguished before much dimage was done.
The new Tennessee levies were disbanding,
refusing to flht with pikes, the only weapons
Cmcioo, March 27. An accident en the
Northwestern road, caused by the breaking; of
axles or a troop train, has resulted lu the
death of lea soldiers ol a Wisconsin cavalry
reglmeut, and the wouoding of nearly one hun
dred others, thre severely and the rest slightly.
Th woucde I, with the exception of th ree, are
able to continue with the roglraeal.
Lousviu.e, March 27. The New Orleans
CVesrenf ot thu 10th Instant, says " the two
powder mills on the opposite side of the lher
were blown up yesterday, and liro workmen
were killed. Toe less of property Is princi
pally In machinery. Thuro was only about
j,uuu pouous 01 pouocr ou nacu.
Lul'hmllk, March 27. Parson Bronnlow
basurrlied hero and leaves for Cluclunatl at
noon to day.
From the Loner Potomac.
CAPTURE OF RCBKL CANNON AND AM
MUNITION. CONCENTRATION OF REBELS ON THE
The steamer Yankee arrived from below, on
Thursday night, and reports that on Monday
morniog two boats' crews of tho Yankee landed
at Shipping Point, to remove the guns left by
the rrbels; but while so engaged, a squadrou
of rebel cavalry, said to bo tbi Dumfries cat
airy, numbering 1,500 men.mide their appear
ance on a bill, and our men pulled oil after
securing two guns, one a 9 inch Dalbgren and
the other a long 32, both smooth bore, i.Llcli
were brought up to the yard and found to bs
The Yankee fell oul i.lto Ibe stieatn oxd had
trained her gtind, but tke caialiy retired and
kept out of rang".
The Yankee brought up In cdlltlo" 1 . 1
rebel guns, 100 9 Inch shells loaded, ul 1 1
I! Inch shells unloaded, takiu from I t 1
batteries at Eransport.
The rebels have left the tutv n i'i , he 1
and there iasudUloot lumbi ' I to
make quarters for several th n 1
Two denerlera camn oft" frou A 1 .. n
few days eince, who Btale thai n 1 Renumber
of rebel troops ura congrcgatlug at the IUppu
bannock where they will make a itai!, (3on
trabanda are comlog dally to the fliidk. Thit
ly seven arrived la one day laU ly Iro'n me
vicinity of Dumfries, and were senlelt 10 tl.n
Maryland shore. While refugees also find theli
way to the flotilla from iij to day. Anong
the lasila Dr. Ilistmao, a New Yorker by birth,
but who has redided near Dumfries for several
The lp.ttt or Wtn4.il, rhlllll,I"
M.vtif Tk Mah at t h IIMr A ltlSi ifflr,
u-.virrz? v ..in "- - B.ir-
II Is atfaeit aid
Br. runups srtl
en .( i"-i--i-.j"".i-
r ajtar am -
PDlicsmiin to rse seen
Thenaranetta and dress circle of the Opera
House wen last night densely filled with ladles
and gentlemen. forming ao andleoce as hlfhly
IntelTlgtnt and reputable, In all respects, as
ever assembled In the -ltV. There was. how
ever, frlnreeV some hundreds of the worst
sptchsens or onr population, who obtalntd ad-
miuance witn ucaets purenasea wiin money
raised with theeipresj purpo'e of Instlgatlog a
mob. The sum raised (1 said to have been one
hundred and twerjly.flve dollars, with which
Ore hundred tickets were procured and given
away, principally Io Ihe frequenters ot low
doggeries, which were male distributing agen
cies. It Is believed that the tubscrlbirs to this
fund can be named, that they can be marked
with the proper brand of Infamy.
The nresence of tho rowdv element was no
ticeable upon the assembling of the audience,
In a shuffling and stamping theatrical fashion,
caiuog ror toe appearance 01 too orator, 41 r.
PhllllDs was Introduced to tho aud'ence bv
Judge Stallo, and took bis position In front of
ue speater s aest, in close proximity to tne
footlights, and proceeded with marked calmness
In manner to speak la substaio as he did
last week In Washington. He legarded the
question he proposed to discuss as of primary
Importance to the American people. VV were
now itudergoirg a trial that no people had ever
escaped, and that we could not cave escaped in
ue uaiuro or tnir;gs ne were 111 itie miusi 01
a war of ideas, fhe vftr w.s betweiu an
aristocracy and the democracy of tho country,
and one or tho olb.r must conquer. Eigland
had for a hundred years been convulsed by
such a struggle. We might consider ourselves
fortunate if our children saw iustlco established
and peace prevailing all over tho land. As
an anti-slavery man, ne baa no interest in the
Slavery had been slaughtered In the house of
its friends. It had received its death blow, and
not at the hands of the people of anti-slavery
principles. Ue was anxious to contribute to
the formation ot a correct public opinion, ap
preciative of the lull measure or tne crisis, snd
prepared for all its emergencies. These nod
similar propodlions were advanced In plain
terms and with forcible Illustrations, and soms
of their logicsl consiqucnces were presented,
without extravagance in denunciation cf any
l.ruSv n- en'thu, ihn. Wfla rfT-natvo IT a
"Millps stated In so miny words, that hi was
ADontionisi, ana nil ne nail tcr n.teen
irs been a disunlonlst ; bnt now he was sat
'ed that ths Union meant justice to all mea
and races, and he wis for It for the measures
-hat n Ms opinion were essential to Its sarety.
Aty one cf our citizens could have made the
same remarks, to a mass meeting in the market
place, wttnout exciting a urmonsirallve antag
onism. But a mob had beoa organized, and
wa- ravenous for mlschkt.
Mr.'Phllllr scon Interested his audience,
and for a while there was intense quiet, lint
atone cf his trenchant obf-mi'lons tberowss
some applause. In tb5 Uidy of tha audi -nee,
followed by hissing and hooting from the lob
bies and the gallery, and 1 stone rid several
eggs Were thrown host the gallery at thespei
kcr. Ttestono crashed against 1 be shade of
a light at Mr. Phillips' foot, ar.d one or t a, 0
of the eggs struck the iklrt of hi) cat, break
lag and smearing H and dripping upon the
stage. The speaker paused a moment, aod ex
fleeting another volley, held up one hand ns
t to ward a blow from his face. The exel c
raent was, of course, very great. It iny uen-
tlemn sprang to their feet denoaucii'g the
outrage, and demard rg that the perpetrators
be pat oat' The villains were dared to mtke
themselves known.and Inquiries were made as to
who had thrown the stone and eggs. A voice
eeciirea mat, wnetner trutntuiiy or not we ao
not kaow, thatBirt Sail.h w.s ins Individual.
The speaker firmly s'ood bis ground, aod h's
steady voice presently emitted the t umult. and
he proceeded with his dlsc3urse, soon securing
the undivided attention of ths multitude,
There was uo further disturbance for nearly
half an hour, and it appeared that the mob
would be silenced, but nt a reference to the
employment nf Ihe poor, Ignorant, whllis of
tne &outii as tools 01 the dP"pollsm thit was
warring upon Ihe liberties of tho nation, there
was another unroar which Has outlnued ner
slstently, and ihero was suv-ther shower of eggs,
moslly strlk ng near the speaker, and one or
two spattering his p-rson. lie showed good
plnck, howevir, nrd thQjgh It was minllest
that some of the cowardly ssjslns m'ght even
attempt his life, he did not flinch. There via
a prolonged row in the upper p irt of ths hcu'e,
wnicn jlr. 1'ine, 1110 proprietor, sougbt lu va'n
to still, belngwlthoul the assistance cTa sllml-
policeman, the Mayor, with that Ineffable
meanness which distinguishes him, b ivtng or
dered the police to keep asray, though vrurned
in the afternoon that trouble was brewing. It
was even said -snd said upon good nnlhority,
100 mat ssn:n tne Mayor was nolllled'tiy air.
Pike that tho peec iwn. brtken, and UeTiitea
of citizens (In say nothinar or properly) imper
iled, the answer was that the police should have
nothing to do whit it.
The rowdies, finding themselves unchecked,
crowded down the stairs yelling and hooting
vehemently, and some of the.tlms succeeded lu
drowning the speaker's voice. The ladies, of
whom there were several hundred, had paused
through the cxoltlng scenes of ihs evening with,
exemplary equanimity, but now Iwgan to leave
in large numbers, tha men accompanying thru
crowding through tho mob clusj packed about
Mr. Phillips continued to speak for some
time, and succeeded li making tlmseir heard
bymostortbose present. At length he remarked
mat, as ne bad spiue-s lor an nour and a ttuir,
and had passed over Ihe ground which he bad
iottnded to discuss, nnd as his voice was inad
equate to further speaking, be would dote..
Largo crowds lingered on the sidewalks
drunken men, threatening to lay iloleat hauls
on ibe orator of tbo evening. One of tbcm
brandished a large knife In Ircnt ol the Opera
II jus-", and avowed bis purpose of commlttlpg
murder. Mr. Phillips, boweser, left the building
THE WAH IX TEiNi:S$riK.
Columbia, Tcnn., Occupied Re
port from JtlcmpMs Papers
V. S. Troops .Idianclng on
Mnoxvlilc .Yo Vollon to he
Lot nvti if, March S7. Cil.WIIIrb'sTliiily
second Indiani regiment occupy Uoliiuibie,
The Memphis papers contain K'climonet d.
patches of tne lfitu, statins that on Frlelsy two
thousand United States tronns passed the Cum-
lierltind mountains and captured (wo couipa;
uics, one ui cavniry.
A courier arriving at KnoTvlllej reported
tha' the United States troops, four thousand to
s'i thousand strong, wer twenty live n Its
r-nm Kuoxvllli', and advane!iir
ith Houses of Conpres bad paed a re so
i, advising that no enfon should bt plant
ritOM TUB TENSHIHIt: UIISU
Circano, March 27. A epIil dir patch to
the Tunes saya that a steamer has arrived i.l
Caho, from tho Tennessee river, wilh a rmtn
b t of prisoners taken near I'lttslmrg, Ten
A ettntleman who has been for some Hue
Cunuec'ed v,Itb tin Mobile and Ohio railrue.!
nrrlved to u ), n ports thatUeusrals Caealh un
iml TelK Iiiih left IlnmboUt vilth their fuicei
in Join 1,'eu. Ileaiiieirnrd, who Is runcemralioi'
till lorcea at Cortntb Their pit bets exu-uil
(tlthln eljrbleen nib b bl thit Ilnlt'd Stales
-MKSUrilelll. S'llUKTHV SI'AT
JJ I Oil hAI.K V f.e;tlA.N(iB
1 OK A lUC.K M l-lla I ITS
mir St 1st
UIIAtt U 1'AUK,
U. 8, Fatsat Uffloe.
FnlMT, Jicircn 28, 18C2.
The following were'presented and approprl-
alely referred . ' '
From women at Ohio-whoa hoasM,"have
been mad detoliw By las) going- forth bf hus
bands, fathers, and bnpihers la.cncoaoler.aU.
the horrsts and privations ot war, believing
ths highest Justice It the best xprtlnoy," and
praying Congress' to' pirs 'laws' " Sjbich may
speedily abolish the beaven-darlog sin of
from cuaeoiioi new eersey, praying tor
the passage of a law to prevent all further
trafflo In antl monopoly of the pobllo lands of
the United Stales, and that they be laid out In
farms and lota for the Into aid excln.lv use
or actual settlers.
jUsolmlohs) ofa meeting of lha inamiuclnr
tog distillers and dealers la spirits in Madison,
Indiana, praying for a modification of lb,e pro
posed tax o whisky.
F om citizens of New York, for the reversal
of the order1 of exclusion of certain papers from
A resolution of Ihe Legislature of Maine, In
favor ot levying latcs tor revenue upon
nrtlOai nt i-nmmareA In th hands of manufac
turers and venders, nnd nnt in ths hands of
A resolution of tho Maine Legislature. In
favtrot rescinding the reciprocity treaty at
the expltalion or Iho time limited by its terms.
M.W I1IIJ. FOR tllK ABOLlTIOl Or 8I.AA ERV IX rat
lly Mr.WntGIlT: A bill for the abolition of
slavery in the District 01 miumuia.
IM1VKS.T or TEVUIIVl
Oa molloaof Mr. KING, the Ilouse bill ; to
prohibit the allowance of payments cf pensions
to children and heirs of officers and soldiers of
the Revolution was tsken up and paved.
Dcriia ON ARMi
' Mr. KING called up the bill in addition to
an act refunding the duties on arms oraerca or
States previous to the 1st of January, 1SC2.
TO limit AT-rorTr.TS
Mr. GRIMEJ called up his resolution declar
ing: atralnst further apnolntmenta cf general
onl:cra In tho army, except for meritorious ser
vices, and supported II la a spteoh..
Mr.-WILSON favored the central tenrr of
tho reeclutior, but strove to orrect some of
the views of th sontor,irom;iowa.
air. r listjbauk.ii was tor a rouuouou.
Mr. FESJENOEN', upotl the.oonslderat'on or
the naval appropriation bill as uaOal'hed busi
ness Ihe amendment of Mr. Hale approprlatlog
$783,231 lor Ihe completion of the t-tevers bat
tery pending offered aa umendment to pro
vile that no part ol the psyment shall benide
until tho vessel has been completed and up.
The discussion was conducted by Messrs
THOMSON. HALE. WADE. TEN EYCK, Mc-
DOUGALL.lIARIUS.a'id DIXON, In farcrof
iliu nporcpriallon, and Messrs. t bt.NUl.rt,
CLARK. GRIVIES, and HOWE against It
Upon Mr. Sherman's amendment to the amend
ment of Mr. Hale, the vote was taken and car
ried yeas It, nays 18.
An amendment propo'ed by Mr. COLLA
MEtt, prorldlnsthat'the-money shall no' be
pal 1 lid the Secretary 1 f the Navy is satisfied
tht It wilt make an ufthlent trun clad batterv.
was agreed to, and tho'orlginal a-ncudtnent of
Mr. Hale wa pas"ea yeas zu, nays lu.
An irAsndment subhllittrd bv Mr. II ALE. ao
propriating $250,000 forecasting heavy ord
nance at tho Washington nary yard, was agreed
And the bill via pstscd.
Adjourned to Monday.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The Speaker laid before Ihe Ilouse th fol
From tho President, relative to legislating
for Ihe Territory of Nevada.
From lb Secretary or War, recommending
a re orgadza'lon cf tbi medical department of
RtroRTH or onMMtTmx
Mr. M:PIIER50N, from the Library Com
mittee, reported a rcolittim In favor of ap
pointing Th-cdore B. Woolsey regent of the
Smithsonian Institution. Adopted.
Mr. SEDGWICK, from Naval Committee, re
ported joint resolution tendeiing the thanks of
Coneress tn Captain E-lcsson builder of the
WATTRIXO r:vSYI.VlMA AMALK.
Mr TRAIN, or Ma.-4acl.uwtf, rubmllted a
resolution aulhorUIng the t-rcretary of the In
terlir to sprinkle Pom sylvnnla avectu from
the Capitol to tlio Pr.sld-nl's House, nnd ap
propriating $2,000 lor lb it purpose. Lost.
ByMr.GRANGER of MUlilgan: A bill mak
ing appropriate s lor tho cV.nsiructlon, prtser-
alien, and repairs of certain forlttlcatinni, nnd
other works of dtfence en the Norihi ru fron-
ilers, for the fiscal year ending June SO, I8C2.
Referred to the Committee on Lake Defences,
ani ordered to be printed and recommitted
By Mr, DUNN, or Indina: For the Inorsase
of pensions in certain cases. Appropriately
reierreu, ana oraereu to ue printea.
TllK ta inn
Oa motion of Mr. IIOUTON, or Ohio. Ihe
Ilouse resolved It-el ( Into Committee el the
Whole, and resumed lh cocideratlo-i or the
GTbe commlltert di'po'ed or the greater por
lion or tho seventy thiid section; umongst thi
chaozos are the f. Ilowloc: '
Th,.- vinegar cluuke was struck out. Colfco
reduced from one cent to three) milts iter po ind.
lieflned sut;ar ra'sedtrom two rains to one cent.
Tobacco leaf or stero strickeui out. Tobao
ca cavendish, plug, twt-', tine-cut unit ma u
faclurud or ull descriptions, not including snuff,
cigars, or prepared em iklnz totaic. chang,d
trim tlvecents to ten cunts per period. Prin
ter's lulr, and all de cripilns of ink, cut ouL
Broom', wooden pails; straw, palm leaf, and
grass hats, caps and booneu; fur. teit, wool er
silk bats und caps; t'etl hoop skirts, or skins
wilh any metallic hoops, which ferra epecific&l.
ly taxed, have been changed to an ei,f valortm
duly of threo per centum. Umbrellas and
psrasols are exempled.
An wl vuLortin duty of three p .r centum was
fixed on piper of ull dcscrlp'lons, including
After some other minor charges, the commit
tee, ro-e, and the Houe adjourned Ull Mooday.
Tii Mii.nmv bimuisios nr tub Tfls.
e.Htiii. 'lite attempts thai areinide to connect
fiepeieut tupervlslon ol the te'.egiapli wilh
tho censorship lately repcrttil upu by a cum
uillle ofConrress lender It proper to state IhV
De cennreblp of the telegraph was ubol'sbed
by the Sec-clary of War ou taliiig military pos-
sosrltm ct ice lelegripu and a uilltury sop r
vlslon of Ihe ti-legranb throuirhotit the Unllwl
Sta'cs sobstltited. Thf duly of the soperv'ST
Is to prevent Ihe tcaniiulnsioa by telegraph ol
Information conoernlni; lata, present, or con
lemnUted movements of the armies of the Ual
led States, and alt other Information tor publl
Ucallon which Is of a 'inllimry character that
ought to bo concealed from the eiuray. In all
that relates to political or prlvato affairs, t.he
telegraph s as completely unreitrlcled a' lt
wus before the cfminenceea-nt el the rebel
1'rtovinr IIakiiui.'s Osmcp,
Cl y of WaalililKlul),
linf, 28, 18U.,
S;leel4l Onl r, Ni. I'i '
All pa.Mbeieie,l',rnliued fioin these Head
ipiaiUirs lo the Hist liKanl, will not be renew
ru but reoogol I until luitber ordsra.
lly otil.r cl Mnj IV K Urnrrii,
U. K. lti in sun,
MA 1 .'.-- rt 4 M
B ' M Taiasrrar.DlTAKTatnW,
rJ "J 1 1 i i j,.J llrch21,1802.
,r tloldtra of bend of the United BtatM dated
October 1, lMl, and payabli three years from
date, are hereby notified that provision hss
been made ror the payment, In coin, or Ihe
oospore of sjeml-aivnaal Interest whloh will b.
com due on th 1st April, proximo, agreeably
to' their ttnor, by th Treasurer ot the United
States at Washington, by th Assistant Treas
urer ai Boston, new jort.ana rnuaatipnia,
and by th Depositary of the United Btktfs at
All snch coupons, totthr wilh sohsdulss
showing th number of saoh coupoa, and th
aggregate sura ol ssch parcel, must b pre
sented for examination and verification atleaat
rthree full business dayi before payment
B. P. CHASE,
Secretary of tha.Trtosury.
DiranTiitNT or Stits,
Washington, Jan, 25, 1862.
Th Secretary of State will hereafter receive
members of Congress ott business on Saturdays,
commencing with Saturday, th first ot 'next
WILLIAM H. SEWAIlD.
Februarr 4. 1461,
Notici Is hereby given of the readiness of
this -Department to redeem th Treasury notes
a. .!., I ..a. .... 'a.k. rl.,a .ii,h.l..n I...
,ajHlllv, ill uu, jrvn. ll.'lu ,, nuuivnnu 1,1
b act ol Conares Approved December 23d.
1837, and ths Treasury notes payable In sixty
dStfsrura data, antrmrlred'by the act or Con
gees approved 2d March, 1801. ' . 71
- Interest on Treasury notes or th above ls-
sues win etas on in Tin aay or April nut ny
ue terms 01 too acts respuvur.
January 21, 18C2.
Orient, That the War Department will be
closed Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and
Fridays against all other business bnt that which
relates to active military operations In the field
Saturdays will be devoted to th Luilncss ol
Senators and Representatives.
Mondays to the business ot the public.
Edwiv M. Stanton,
Ja2J-tf ' Secretary of War.
GT THE BEST!
Martieh's Card Portraits
. or TUK
MEN OF THE TIME!
These Portraits are Superior to Hny now In
the Market, and are remarkable for the faith.
fulness with which th likeness Is portrayed.
Printed, on cards or th same s'z aa " Carles
ilc lis He," they are adipted to the Photograph
Album, or can be sent to distant friends by
mill. - -a
LI.ST Of rORTUAUS AI.ItKAUV ISSUED,
(I II pbi:p A KINO .
" N oit
Sb-imaa, at Tot,
II V.l.n. .
' 1 haa . etnlth.
' s remtt
" llssham. .
" K. J. rorlar.
M Fried maa,
' J W. afc-Lane.
' .J. rt McCalmoLt.
" T. K llalla(her
' K. II. Halter.
J. II Isnart.
" uto n iiaia.
Lt. U I. Kane
(Joai L U.lloldsbonragh O.m. 11 K GeliaSoroagb,
' rooie, in onmmaaq ai t on norsi
ofthaltbi. Hetl C int David D, fvrur.
Dap nl , Lieut Kalrfkx.-
Abraha-n 1 tnco.n, Trisldentef the I'ol'el States
lliaafjal Hamlin, Vie fre.Hent I'dud Sla'e.
W.lliamll H.rfd,SMHtry or Se-e.
l.dlaM 8 aatoa,8tcretasor War I
(ltd a wellM,8eorelary of thaNavy.
samoir Chas. Segrelary or the Trea-nrr.
Ualea U 8,ntth, eerur of the latersor.
Alontgcroerv llfair, Vi maiter Occcral
Klwa d lines Attorney Ueneral.
Hon Andrew Johasoo
It.v. ItahirtJ. Il-tckltrldgs, l D
Ilea Alfred If. Ely.
Jefferson Datl) I Hen. Ilackaer.
Ocu. iJeauregard Com llalllns.
sri-New Portraits added dally.
In all the Camps, to whom LIbsral Terms are
offered. Any industrious man ean mate
money by engaging In their Sale.
.S 1.K AIII'.Nl' till! Till'. DISTRICr,
49S, Sc colli Street, near Post Office,
Where all orde rs will be promptly attended to,
Get the Best! Get Martien's
A full BUpptt at all price from 72 cU. to $21.
A'Mberal Deiluctioi. made to thue wbo null
Btitlonery Taokage, Writing Gate, Porlfol
iui. Dialled, and everything In the Stationery
Hue at the lnwent prices.
Consult your own Intercut, nml go to
i'H, Beentli street, betwoeit I) and K.
- ttT. II F TelTt, 1. D., ChIilalu lu
tint Malte Caahr. will, by Uivlne peiin!slon,
pr.ach In the Halt of the House of Itcpie rentiUvts,
tomorrow (huwuai jtat u ociuca. ir
s iwelvb KONTUs :eutihcaies
J.OLdllT avo Sum li
d,l IsUUlib A. i u. iM.ris,
id jr .0 1 w -l&j, h UieentU attt et.
T V.VV 1)1 NUttK om lite Kvcnln of
XJ Klarch seveutee . to go to me (on or nixiu
tr et Htot) W aid, Ji.lt Canby. lie wu Ut
-n upon a Uwltcd Steur vvssl at 7 nVlock, p mM
since which time he tatnotb-en s tn n heard of
lllsiagi isaboit Jt years, and U A itT ot h Indies
hih it u tiam.(ud that I e IsdDwurtt. Anv la-
Jo mill J" at him will be thnW'iilly nctlved hy his
d'sirtsuea wite, junto habih,
Tlh ward, h-twuen 31 and 3i streets
abd V avtmie&.d Ustrcits
mar J0--U S'r ,
IllltflMUKU HOOnif.-HnrloK anilfour
1 Comiortably I'urnlihed Chain. en, pleasantly
iltuated for th Sunntrr, whlc'i Mlllbv i en tod on
ve'y reasenau'e lerms io i k1 Cr,u,rnien ur ''""
lie ApplyatNo 168 corofroi rennyhaolaa
ruu pnd Twenty st-oond strs' '1 he loca'iun H a
Utilrable n, u meals can t obtalnei iltlitu a
ft wVot ol tbe rtsldeoctv mar Zt Si
OKAI.KD PBOHOalALtt WILL
n.v.l bv rn. uiiill nooa on the ltt dav of April.
Ir pnillnif anno or iruuuis irviu iiw "wm
lutnt p.lntlrg OUc to Tluer Ct-etk Tor partku
,Sr,, , .f Hr fJ.MhjeJjej
lonrV-itt (Hinrl' np Pn I'r. ng
inu is run iimk to bUY fl'Kl.NG
; " "" -'.-' r .. ..." ... ji- r i.-ii,,,..-'
1 Clothing, Trunks, Hats, and Caps, at No 400
mar 39 d3m
ORD'B, AtHF..KUM-Joa T. Foao, Pro
r prlatwasdMiisirr Jons B Waiont. Su,
r IM alBSrra- dOH II VTBIOI1T. mir.
Lsl MStM of Miss LUCI..LK
nanacvr law ypesuo 01 MISS
DAie itiiAi kvk.iibu, Karon stun,
o .v ha rxi x as t
Arsaaad.-.-., ,. Mr. -Kalfbt,
iv-ajnciaae won in Tjru itimtMa.
MONDAY, MB EDWIN rOBREST.
llsx effle onsa froe tol.andfrastas o'clock.
whea seats ean b seeartd.
Baleonv seau. SliOrcbe.tr seats. ail Vamlls Clre.'e.
laeenu No extra ehars for iarvad stays. "
19 , CIIAB.S.,FOKD,Treu'r.
wilt ml 8kak-Mpeu ftty of
t vtilUrintti, s
O.V SATURDAY KVKNIN' MARCH 29th.
ThtproM4tofthele of llokttiwlll b jtud
In the bindi of tha SjnlUrv CjtnmJlaD. rjf th
tMnciltpf ear atok and wonDded toUltrt n.t wllor.
Tlekotf or tdra'iilon,!)) to bt oiUlnod at tht
nrlnrJtrBt fuvik.tiiru tiri lmtU TlptrrA at. M
oentt aitra, may b aeottrtd at 1'hLp k fiolomoa'i
iinnnn in iiuDutirsi. .uai r;iiraii
aUoon opta at 7 0 ekek. Iteadltg ullt eiimcoc
m G1UGK. HUT 1
ODD PBbbtJWI' HAIalat
j stesrcnttA Itrcar. nssr Fost uance
Utoarja KesstL Lease as Manager.
MONDAY, It AUCn 31, 1143,
OttAND irjtVVCRATW.V JTWT,
a snortr r.Noxor.ur.sT
by th famons
Knnktl'i KUhliagAle Opera troijir,
ur-iiniie. iuxiair;i,. a. ImSlsstui
, NKL8H OKTJtOUH, HAIIKV LKUU,.
O W Chatles, l'rof. Atirend, J. It ealn.r. J it
Row, W UardDtr, C O l-ewle, W. Wi Wol.ou
Ferd'nil Soourcr. J. Alax Ptiher. IIilnriAh run.
sohe , Slutcr Kacrson, aod a nsmher of popular
aaaa.a aaMtAlaawl A a a. 1 1 S a, a.Iat a, aaa a. 1. I am aa "
OKAND CUHBINATIUhl COMPANY
mucin- or tub vRorwioif,
. ssii umiw I'tiriurnwt mi
KUNKKL'U UPKSA llOUHK,
More than 2vo Hundred Oomecuhvo Xtghts,
Mr KUN'KKL bti lav to infoini thapublloof
UKKAT UUMBINJCTIUN COMPANY,
h lntcadii to.nikt a
CHANUK OF 1I.OUKAMMK MQUTLY.
r aad will ffer 10 hit patroni
f Novxb aki Amcsivo
SOlMf.td V MTU I O I'M,
Ahtraerfzed thr our hoot hv
Mjf R faun adver Ikbiicu ana rmall bill far
COMlll.NATIOM i:XTEAOBI)IKASY I
TOG BALTIMORE COMPANY
THE WASHINGTOM COMPANY
IV JOINT (NTICHTAIMII.NT.
Kctarn ot lbs old favorites,
James Ward, Frank Im Fotlc,
And the Members of tho Company.
Coatinuatlaa or tb Ibrkdm art!ss,
MISS JULIA MORTIMER,
MISS MILLIE FOWLER,
And Ihs COUBT OF BEAUTY,
HISS LIZZIE FKANCI?,
HISS LILLY BRANDON,
MISS MARY BLAKE,
MISS JULIA RICHMOND.
NEW AND STARTLINO ACTS I
sWo change la ths Adnlfsloa rriesi.-G
Adralsstoa 25 osats t Orchestra obalrs so csnu.
WEDNESDAY A SATURDAY AFIEBttOONS,
Whan a lavish dlsttltra'.loa of KLF.OANT l'RES
ENTfl la roads: ltleh and oosllr J.wclrv, Books,
Tois. F.f.er Articles, and MAaNlrlOKNT SILK
W Admission 30 seats j CLIIdrso 10 seats,
mar 14 Star
THE BEST rLACi: IV TOWN TO HUY
Clo'hloc U HillTll'd.o. 400 Soveuth it ,
oppwlte 1'mI Ofllcc.
ll.M.AUJl IS UUt.l
v-OX lltHE EXIIiniriOX Oaeor t chtit
ktoou of CoUiivg, FBn.lUls Ooodi, Hats, aod
aK4J5-A.i oi ine tDove uooaj iqt die very jqw,
mar 9 J d3m
LAD I KB' VAIR AHDKKTIVALI-TnK
eat-trttininent of ths ita'on I at rARKUB'tt
HaI I. (ro mtofthi Young Uena' Chrlatlan Ajio
cU'lou.) FennaylTania avenue, between 8Uth and
Seventh streets. comuienc.Dg on Monday, March
ith, ani to oonilnv n week or more. Season
tickers, M cents niagie aumiMi tif id cenis. ue
lresbmenta of all kinds In ihs beat trle, and fancy
articles in great variety. A'l tait- a inlted, and the
whole of tbe rrcc:tdi to a d lo rebuilding the Frrt
lliptht Church. mar 2:-lw
FUXNKLIN A OO.,
tt44 run'jkv. avb i Moan etna, mwuui iwiwtm
an TniTiBRTa status.
EYE QLABSEH.wilhthgeonlne r.hble (quarta)
Lenses, correctly fitted t j th4)WtlcuUr eondltion of
MILITARY FIELD GLASS KS.
And MsVTIIEUATICAL INSTRUUENTS, Ac ,
At the Lowest Eutern lVlcea.
WALL. STBlMlKflB A CO.,
MILITARY AND NAVAL
MERC HAN 7 TAILORS,
SWOHDS, BASHES, BELTS, EPAULETS,
BUUUi.ULtt OlAarg. UAUfl 1 IjCsIO.
AND I71BT TA11XTT OF
At reasonable prices
WALL.STtrilENS k CO ,
3 Pennsylvania avenue,
Jan is betweenWb and 10th atraeti.
ri r. ti unoini (i iii'UMo 1i.iiiji uiiitf.
XI FiiralHhlug floods, I runks, lists and Cape, at
orthernpricta,at No 400 Seventh strtet,near F.
mar '.io -d tm
-.-1 sir nnmiui Vl'lir imtlio I rtr rf itivti
JUST HK'JEIVl.l) AT L A. 1U.VLL fi CO.S,
Ki :iOi Svntfi betweu I and Kstrvet'.a new
atock or CL01II1.M1, KUUNISIIIM1 GOOUS,
LA 1U.ALT. A CO 'B.Xo HOI Soeitti street,
. betteu 1 and K.ts thtj pUro lo hiy your
UL01U1NU,FUUKIHUINQ GOOU3, TRUNKS,
II A Id aua CAPS, ut New York prices,
I j n Vo nillSrventh street. between I ahd K
tu buy your OLOTUINO, FURNISHING UOOOS,
HATS and CaP3.
W I aaaMl
NO WIS YOUK TIME TO BUY YOUR C LOTH
IVfl. riHtNlHUING (lltOI)S HATS and
"APS at very low prices, at L. A 1IEALL ft CO.'S,
iU jot cs.T(iiiii wvincscu iv aiicci
111 ir 9 1 3m
VJ AT REDUCLU PRICKS I
For the purpose of closing tut our present stock of
O O Xj
We t ropers to dtlivtr It anywhere lu this city at
$0,r.O tier nut ton of 2,000 LUh.
AS-Any OtdeisaddreMsed toltoxNo lll,wlllre
CCITV inuuioi mriiiiuu
.1 LANG HON K CO,
marvf. 'lif Office opK lt B ft O. bvpui,
Si- TOUR ATTENTIOX IS 0ALLKO1O OUR
itiwtok ol bprlrg Clo hingrnrnlritilng Gotds,
Iruoks, Hal and Cape, wluili v lie hIIiii at
Pitstr rates than any otbtr atora lu thu city, et
Hiii i no. o. vu oevtou ttrct, near .
war JO .3m
BY WALL nVlllAUD, Aarlloners.
rornsr South .I1 l'a. v.a-,dNlntiftr.i
sutvr.x Ntti'KHKiit wmiK nnie.sr.s and
r una v"iss if snt'is. nu.isirnii.iiu " vu oitl
UIIDaY MOKXIMl.tfth lJtant,al 10 o'o.oaK.
ire wist Mil, lu front ot tht A no ton Room wtthout
rtMrTa,tonUr wotkitf stock or iittirt. a. van
Valliogbarjthfc Co (tutlr,ifho htr no lnrt&cr
u)e lur iusini
A pop'! J Wok and fitddla IIoni
1 COTtFa-a 9
eortui Bpilnf Wtgoal
3 hi OodbU ed i7tti Dingle HaracM
1 larga Kx mi wui
au7 nnAkU .t A .
Lim r.ii mi nBaui
WALL h BABJfARD,
t mar IT
BV WAIJU DAUHAni,ABCl'ft,Cor, Ll
r NlMlh atrt ami! I'lnH. Avfntia m
On MONDAY, th fith dar or Apll, 18tJ.it 4
o'olot k p m bf vlrtao of a died of trott recorded
tn Liter J Afft, No, cfl. iolion VBO, r( rj , on of thf
lard reoord for V11l1H-4ton covin tr, o. C. 1 tbalt
Mil, at iho AacUoo Kotm of Vitll A Barnird,
a Ux9 blibnt blddtr, a portion of the tract of land
Vw "PLR4SAST PLAINS,"
flltnatadtn tha ooiintyof Wiflhlaiton,on the Her
atb flueat road.tmm dlattl? artjoloioj the toll
Tcrnu nude known on the der of rat
U. II. WAHD,
WALL k BABIfAKU,
mar 2-lawlwAdi Anctloneen.
n.vititr r Atti op nousimoLD k kitcm
KN FURNITUKK-OalUKSUAY.the lit April,
1 thalllill.bjr irtuof a dlxtritn for rent or the
f ooie and chattel or Mm Wa kcr. In irvnt uf the
AnctJo j Store of Green it, WlUUmi, at 10 o'clock, a
m , tb fallowing artiste, vli 1
Three Djdateaoj.two Peather Bed, one Mattrcs',
ThrteCrptti,o:eCooVloi' Stotejot Feather Pll
Two CIocIj, three Tahiti, lot of Pictures, one Lock
One Crib, tbrt e Venetian Blind 1. lot of Litnpi ami
Fonr Vatea, nine old Chain, three Bucket, four Flat
Iron, lot Crockery,
Ulutwar. Knlvei and Forki, Tuba, kq , fco
QKEKX ft WILLIAMS,
mar SO d Auctioneer!
BV OKSRN A VIILIAait,Auc!Inneri.
TltlTSTKK'S HALh. OIT IIOUSH AND LOT
JkAr OK TUK CAPITOL, AT AUCTION -On
MONDAY, tn lltii day of April. ISO;, I ihall Hll
In Irvnt otlhaprcnLMD, at &u clock, p u ,tMrvlrlup
ofadeed eft ut to the notwrl.fr, and duty r
cot dd In Llbtr J. A. 8 , No Hi, fo'loi na, 8u, 4Z
nai,ODoi io lmna renjiu lor uaenmgioa
eonty,ln,th Dbfilct ol Columtls, the lotto inx ,
namvd property ljtaff d hit or In the city or Wa li
Hgtoti, UUsrlotaioMa.lt, vis: wut parto( lotnuni
bared eleren ill ,) In iqaart t unrttred ten baniret
andiTn (l.(W7,) having front of loity two frfl
nlnelaelKi tn ftetOlnchei ) more or 1cm, oa norilt
V, between Twalflh add Thlrtfeotn trifti, ruit
raaatog back to an alley IDfett, rcoe or lew, to
f:ehcr with the Imiircvrmentp, which are a dw el
log booji. fte.
Tmu o HAta will ha one hall cah, balarc?
Ina.x and twelve moat&, tht purchiacr to glvano'et
fur the deferred payments, bearing lntereit from day
olaale; all conveyancing at the ot of tne punha
ter; tbecuh payment will ba lequlicilto be tall
dotvn, when tut property 1 knocked off, and Iruo
paid dowd,ihe proDcity will be then and there
again put op and iold to tht hlgnett b.ddcr Hint will
com pi ,and If the whole ttran are not comp'led with
lnQvedyi,thetrasteereeivci the rgbt lo te ntll
the property at tbe it k and coitorihtt delinquent
purchaser, by alvertlalrg the turne, (true dayr, in
tlia Kcmihllcan natx-r
WILLIAM M CHI ITS. Tri
OlttLX .V WILLIASia,
mir 13 Sawkdi
VKWYUUU LAW AUDCOLLKCTIMG.
NO CHARGE WITUOUT SUCGESS.
Lw and eoiuel hi the State and United Statti
and all flaanelal bialaeaa attended to promptly.
We gmmatee noooeee. No charge without,
U. I. HOUSE,
Councilor at air,
1 0ekman Btrett, New Ycri.
for circuUr lor reference, tjwoolate counm.1, Ac
au 4 tf
A rRIKIlD IH NKKD. TtlY IT.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINalMENT,
The great external remeoy of the age, prcpari-d
froea the recipe of Ir. Stephen Sweet, ot Connect!
cut, the oeiebrated bone tetter, whose fame Is ua
rivaled by that ot any living man. Jt U a culal
and tmmtdlate cure lor Rheumatism, Oout, Neural
gift, Hpralns, HraUea, Cuts, Woundit, Sor. Jtunis.
calds, PI en, Lumbago, Iliadichc, 1 oothach, bji!
all ltheumtlo anj Nervous Duo.dera, External In
Ail luncren niwum kittj ii .nu
KIC1IAUUSUN ft CO .Proprietors,
Yttr aata hr C1IARLE3 STOTT. Ueneral AKent
for Washington, and by all deAlera.
ICRTLICMKII'S UKAUYoMAUH GAH-
UJUUB, uir i n. yUAL.111.
Wa off.tr ettlaena and atranirera a lame awortment
of OVERCOATS, ORK&a CO.VTH, ItUfilNKbM
COATS, PAN 1 A LOONS , and VE& I S , ol all cotors
and qua titles Mqual tn make and finish to the but
n AXsi,BiiL.rtir.As ,j ,
Merchant Tallora and Clothiers,
. I'i avenue, bet. vtb and 10th btag
TlU.f Cures Uravci, llUudcr.Drouiy, Kidney
TTELMllOlD'S Genuine l'r p. ration for Pain lu
XX the Back, Ileadaoae. Sick Stomach
jM See advertlaement headed
;HtUCBOLD'a EXTEACT BUCUtT
In another column.. our 7 3m
TTKLUnOLD'S Genulua Preparation for Nervosa
. ana Debilitated bufltrers
HELUBOLD'S Genul&e Prcparntlon Xor Low of
Power tLodS of Memory.
HEt.MBOLD'S Genuloe Preparation for PilT
ealty of Rrtathlng, Ueneral utakueia
HELMB9LO'S Genuine Prparatlon for Weak
Nerrei, Hcrror of IKatb, Trembling.
HELM BOLD -S Genvlne Priparatlon for Night
Sweats, Cold l-tet,tlmuei of Vision.
HELHDOLD'B Genuine Preparation for Languor,
Universal LaesUucuol tbe Muscular Syatem.
HELMBOLD'S Genalue Preparation for Palld
Countenance and Erupt) ou
NKRVOUS DEBILITY, W
It positively Incurable by any means but those I ad
vocate Before commencing ant treatment, leatn
how tbe writer actually tof d hlnue f, and subee
qaenlly hundreds of others. Enclose a pott paid,
lupcucrlbed envelope to Box ITU, Chirlestown,
uanauhuaeits mar 7 em
AXl) ARREARS OF PAY
Secured for Soldiers, or their legal represent a tlvrs,
at 1'jw rates, by the fubacilberi
Ali. claims of citizens of tho United Stales
against Cotta Rica, uud.r treaty ol July 8, 1mx),
aud claims of any description iieccosary to be pic
aentedst the Department of Uovrniunt, tu ihls
city. CLARK 1 GAYLURU,
mir It 2m WatJilngtou, 1 0.
DIU A. ZAPPOWK,Instrnctor a mt Lec
turer In Phvuloloiry. Chemlatrv. Botauv. und
other branoljei ot Science connected with MuiiJii.t
Also, Teacher of French, fcpanlnb, Italian, Otroiitu,
Portuguese, Latin, Greek, aud othtr LaD(juaj,cu.
Office, No el K afreet, being near Pennsylnsu
avenu and Twenty Ullh rtreet etvtd tt
MEMBERS OF CONOIUSS, pnOFCS
a ion til ueittieuien, anaotiiei
The undersigned are prej a re J lo prlat Si inches,
Brieflp, pampbleu. Reports, vt auy dieprlition oi
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