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WASHINGTON. MONDAY, MARpH 31, 1862
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Extract Buehu, Extract Bncha,
Extract Kucha, Extract Bucko,
f 1 tract Bnchu, Kxtract anehu,
Extract Buehu, Ixtract Bnchu,
Extract Bnchu, Ixtract Bnchu,
Extract Bnchu, Extract Buehu,
Extract Buchu,.Ex tract Bnchu.
l)R StCHBTAND DBUCATt D1WRDKR3.
his scvittTJNo dmucaik disurdkil:
niltSlVHKTANli LlUCATl DlltORLBRS.
H)H SECMTAXD DMUCATR MiOBDltRS.
OR SECRkTAND DtLlCATM D1WRDIR3.
H)R SkCRKTAKD DIUCAT DISORDER.'.
tUR StCRKTAND DtUOATM JHSOMvM
A roaltlre and tipaolflo Kenedy
A PoMtlvo and BpaclDo Kam.dy
A I'oaltlva and Speolflo Remedy
A l'oaltlrt and Rpcclno Kemedr
A l'oslliv. and Bp.otno Remedy
A rostilve and Bpeolflo Remedy
A l'OBillve and Bpeotflo Remedy
rem Msr.tstM or the
lll.ADDKR, (UtAVKL, K1DNKY8, DROrSY,
IILAIrllKIl, (IIIWKI., KIDNKY8 DROl'dV
III.AUIIMI, lllt.YVi.1.. HIDXK18, 1W01MY,
lll.MlMhll, IIIIAVM,. KIDNKYS, DKUl'St,
nt.AUiihit, okavkl; kiiinbys mtur.Y,
lU.ADIIKIi, UltAVrL, KIDNKYS, 1K01'3Y,
ilLADDbK J rtAVKL, KIDNKYS, DlturSY,
r. I'JANIO WEAKNESS,
I, IGANIO WEAKNESS,
Anil all Piteoiet ef tkt Serial ftyem,
.tnj all Dueavs tf Ike Anal CAyaiu,
A ( all IHsraia Ike Srxual Organs
Anlail Dwata iff te Cental Orpaifi,
And all liMasrj Df Ike ftzval (Ayaas,
And all Divatet ejt Ike Srrual Oyanf,
ARiJiKO raou i
Kicossos, Exposures, and Impruri.nole. In Mfe,
llxt essos, Kipoaur.s,anr1 Iraprudeneies In Life,
Ktcosos, KtoMireg,itnd Imprudenolee In Mfe,
Kxreaie, Kx.oaures,aml Imprudenolee In Life
i:trcsos, Kinosures,aud Irnprudenoles In Ltf.l
l)t eeca,Ktpitsurca,anrt Imprndenclea In Life,
X roraHliaierer cause ori.lr aUBg,and whither '
Hate or raniala
r etiiatof, take no more I'illa I The ere of no eratl
for ColUUioli Incldsat t) the MX. UK
Ilrlmhol l'i Uxiract Uucliu U a llellclne which i
nil Lt v nltLn.nt In It.
TASTH AND ODOR,
i. giving llealth and Vigor
tbe r.lld Cheek, and re)
llutlminM ate In It. action
to the Fr.oie. Itloom to tbe
ttorlng tne patteat 1 1 a perfect t.te of
lirniilll ntiu iualii
HrlcoHM'e Kxtr.ct Hocha ! prepared acoordlna
ti I'liirraeo aid Chemiiiry, and ti pretcrlbed and
rTiis .vxn vv,vj rimrcuM
Drliy no lougtr 1'rosare the rem.dy at once.
Trio at rr bottle, or tlx tor .
Jxpot, 104 3o ltd Tenth 3treet, rhUtdelpulf ,
ItHti nf ItntirlftrlnlMil nal.r.
I nine- to ta'm olT ttielr own or o.her artlolte of
ItUCll U o i lite reputation at alned by
llibijuiju. ii.Tuvr .vvilli
Iho Origiaal and only (lenulne.
o dnire to ran on the
iir.mr (If UVR ARUCI.il
1 litlr I. worthlcie la .old at mnoh 1cm ratei and
cciuiilklonii, consiquently paying a mnoh better
WK DEFY COMl'ETITIO.'J I
llolitiltnltri Extract Buehu,
Tub' i.o oilier.
Bold by Z. U aiLHABT
B. B. WAITC,
8 g KORD.
8 B ENTWI8TLI,
J. K. UAJOB.
And by all Di aggie ti eTUywhere.
uar 1 m
riiiiK union wiu. it and.
X NO BTATTKU WliO'tt FBESIDXHTI
CtiaityituS?, 1 r)hall remain la Wublnstoa, and
COQUnanw f uiflie my ooovpaUon of
MVtil, IQN, AND ORNAMENTAL
UILDINU In all tU branohea. Old OLAZIHQ
promptly attended to. ralntina; and Onamentlna
Cottage Knn.re, In tbe beet Ayle. I alao oall at
tentlua to tbe fjilntlna; of Roofa and Brtok Walla.
All tht above I will do aa cheap a the oheapaat
I theriore eollott the patronan of mr friendaan
icllow clUiena of tbe Dletrlot faootaalltj atrioUy
cl'Hervt J, anl work done In the beet manner.
Yoa w 111 pleasi mind your atopa. and atop at
H. T. PABKEa8
7(0 68 Lotttrttana avenue (north aide),
between Sixth and Seventh atreoli
r B -Bigrj pat up free of ooarge, u manal. i
rpu lVKJVTOIU AlfO PATKNTJEKI.
X MUMN A CO., proprletora of the Soteatlfl
American, and auntafor proouinc Ajaerloaa ao
With Sixteen Tear$ Experience in the JZutiMU.
Ueier to lion Judge Maeon.Hon. Joeeph Holt
lion W. P. Bishop. ex-Commleplonera oiFatant
and to more than fifteen thoaaand lnventora who
bve had bneineea dot throng h Mann A Co. 'a Tat
l'am, htet of advioe aeat free by mall.
Paiiut Law? and Uegalatlona, leo pagea, U oent
No ehr se for oounltatlon , orally or by mall.
rrellulaiaryKJiaminaUoala United SUUfTatcn
OUces.No IT ParkRow,rTewTorkt Waabington
wncr of K aid tfeventh aveeta, opposite the Paten'
OQ. mr 1 imH
LKOAUD SCOTT di CO.8
BLACKWOOD'S0 M AG AZIWE1
Leonard Bcott & Co . New York, continue to pnb
IUh the following leading BriU.lt ferlodlcale, ill i
1 The London Qoarterlr, (Coneervatlre )
J 1 he Edinburgh Uerlew, (Whig)
3 1 h-t North Hrltlih Berlew, (free Church )
I TI.. H'liilnlalrf.a U.nlw I lll '
5 Htjckwood'e Edinburgh
Hum Peiiodlcala ably ra
tioll'ictl narlleiol Great Mri
t, i nu ii e.oiiii.iiuiirr ihtw w. i eW.MVf ml l
Hcuie, i jott.;
,t the three great
iug, a err i a
ltailkfll but polttloe lornw only one foature of their
chirnrter Ae Organs ol the. moat profound wrltcre
on iH'leiuc, Literature, Morality, and Itcllgloo, they
otard. ax thev eu-r have atood. unrivalled In the
uorlJ ot letters. Lcinj( conaldercd lodlnpenaable to
t If w-lolnr and the professional man, hue to the In
tcl.Uent reader of every clou they furnlah a more
torrcct en-t tatlnfactory record of the ourrcntlltera
ture ol the d iy, throughout the world, than oan be
MJttflbly obtained Irora any other eouro.
NMV YOLUMF.S OF THE
L'Ol'R ENGLISH REVIEWS AND BLACKWOOD
CUYMEA'CX JITLF, 1161.
The receipt of ADVANCE SIIKET8 from the
Ilrltlcii puMbihen glvea additional value to tbeee
KeprlntH, Inasmuch aa tbey caa now be plaeed In tbe
Immli ol .mb.or.bera about aaoon aa tba original
For any one of the four Revlewa, per annum 3
Korauy two of the four Itevtewa, " " S
or any three ot the lour ltevlewa,1 M 7
Turull Tourof the Ueviewa, " ,.,,.8
Jor llluckwooda Magozliie, " " a
fror IHricWwotxl and one 1'evlew, " " ,,,,, &
-or ItldCkwoud and two Reviewa, " " ,,,,, 7
tor Moekwood and three Iteviewi, M o
For lUackwootl and the four Ktvlewi, io
rayrafntu to be made In all cfi In advance
Montfv current In the Htate where hteued will be re
A rti-oount of twenty live ncr oent. from the above
price wl 1 be allowed to Cluba ordering four pr mora
i. '...(., anyone or more of U.e above worka. Thuat
Knur cojeli-H of niackwood, or of one Bevlew.wlll be
eHiit to una addrew for -j four oopW of fhe four
jUvlwauJ lllackwood for 3Qt andaoon.
In (tU the principal citlea and towna, tbeee worka
UI1 be drllvrnd, KHKK Oh POSlAUK. When
Kiit by mnll the rwtege to any part of the United
Mak-H will bi but twenty uuramltm year for ' Hlack
wood," Hint but fuuriecn ventt a year for each of tie
r: II (Imprlco In Ocr-Utrltaln of the the Period
iculri xhu v oann-J U 31 PSf uunuut,
it-tmttancia for enyurtke above publication!
F'-ouli always Le Btl.treneJ.'-poflt'rmlJ, to the pub
Usher M.ONAltP aCOTT A CO ,
hot .4 No fil Qotd ot , Kew York.
Cl- 'I IIP. FINHST STOCK OF CLOTHING IN
tlifluKl .Statra la now oHmtd at l-a than whole
rale prloi at No 400 Seventh atreet, opposite Poet
uinee.liy J. W.ltKEP,
Formerly over (J alt 'a Jawcly a tort,
mix 20 dam .
ALL RAIL FROM NEW YORK!
Thle Company U prepared to forward all kind, of
HEWTOBK.., ...Omoett Broadway,
BOSTON ..OoeeT Oougreal etreet
and 2 Congnea Bojaara,
PHILADELPHIA Office t Oheeaut etreet,
BALTIMORE Ofloe Caraden BUHoi,
ALEXAHDBIA Offloe Jos King etreet,
AHNArOLIS, .KOKTBES3 MOHBOE,
NEWPORT NEWS, PORT ROYAL,
And the Boath.rn Blockading Beuadroaa,
AT FAIR KATES.
Can he fonnd at hie old etaad, alwaye ready to ao
eommodate hie entemere, on the nt reaeoaable
tenni, with anything la hie Hoe of beelneee. lie
haa .ome of the heit practical workmen In
TIN PLATE AND 81IEKT-IBOX WOItKIHO.
He hae the beet COOK BIOVES la the market,
which he eelle cheap for ceeh
He hae alo a fine aortmeat of TIN WARE and
BLOCK-TIN WAUE, together with HOLLOW
WARE, tinned and enamel.d.
COAL OIL LAMP8.
He hu al.o a fine lot of COAL OIL LAUP3.
which he can eel! on the moit rea.onable terma.
rAll JOB WORK attended to at the ehorte.1
nmlce, ewh ae ROOKING, to.
Everything e the moat reeeoneble terme, et
NO 4V SEVENTH STHKET,
feb M-tf Between Hinl,
IidiUUedlo Lohdoit, and put
up wlf If la quart and pint bot
tle, to meet the requirement ot
Druffiit. and thoat to wbom Pnxt and TJnadnJttr
feted ttqnor la a Haceaalty or a Luxury.
It ti tbe oldest eatabllibed of ill tbe Give (I)
wblob haTe itarted Into cxliiteboe upon the baele ol
UweU-denrTed and bard eevrned eelcbrltjr.
It baa no conneotlOttTrltb.ind In In no way Ilka
the trathy mlxtaru Mid ae "Ekoueh Uii," or
M Oid Ton," or" Lovnoii Doca," or M Lokdok Oiw,"
Jto , to , no matter bow much " antlqalty or ' re
ipeotablllty " i aeeomed by tbeir beget ten
, Dr. Valentino Mott, of Hew York. eayi : It U
tar prelerable to evenruaa llolland Ufa, and la (A4
bat artkU of tit kind I luxt ever wn." So aiy then
anda or phyalelani
The Kew York Herald iyi:"We are rarprUed
atlta Ix'aeAoIal etfeou; ttlia certain safe award to
The Vbiladelphla Lodcar ri: " It baa bo rape
rlor, IT an eqaaf. in mdla.U Tirtvea."
The Kew Orleani Picayune aaya: "There la no
remedy on eartn for dyipiia eqoal to It,"
Tba Boeton Journal tare: 'Aj bete rage, aa a
preventive, or aa a renudla afent, we want uo oUer
It U UBJ COeU
Woman of America,, for ym it la potrtieuleriy
MdmjUi. Iuaiokneae or health, It la your greateet
11. BALDWIN A CO.,
Wl Liberty atreet, Hew York.
Sold la Waahiagton by
IAJVMjU, UUIjIKO uu,
r rjajaj, viiiiiii) m vu,
310 atreet, near Pa. a venae,
And dealer generally.
mo tiijc ornosRi or tiik ahmt.
Jut arrived, a direct Iroporutlon per ateaawr
Faltoa, from Emropt, a very flne and large aeeort
aaeat of Marine, OpertC IU Utaaeea , and Tele
aoopw . which I will eell a very Utile above tba ooat
la Parte Aato the queUUee, there are none enpe
rior to be bad, having been eelceted pnrpoeely for
thle market. Alao, a large and well aaeorted etoek
ot Opera Olaaewa, MlOToeoopea, gold(allver,and eteel
Soeolaoleaand Kve Ulaaiea. aulted to tba ateht be
tbe nee of an Optometer. jVooneiderable number of
xruncaiee to oe aean at my omoe, rronr gentlemen
who have been aulted at my old establishment.
06 Penniylvanla avenue, between Fonr-aml-a
half and liithStoti.
My Ketabllabntestt U mp atAlrs.
OUma pud at auii. Tbe trade tippUed.
piKSI PIKSI1 riBstn
8 per hundred t SB per hundred I per hundred I
The attention of Boilers, and dealera generally, la
avuaw.tfl.il a l.aluJ e et.. 'l.u. .....i '
Plee, Cake, Bnavd, Holla, Be.! sen It, VcM
kept oonatantly oa band and baked every day by
Sutlen ou relv on rVeHtnfr a rnrut P1d at th In
price of 8 per hundred, and have them at all Umea
PEACH PIE I APPLE PIE! DRIED APPLE
PIE I CRANBERRY PIE I PLUM FIE I
CURRANT PIE1 PUMPKIN PIEI
The eabeoriber weald reepeotrollj call the atun
tloa of tbe nubile to hie aeeortment. and whll. thenk.
lag them for the patronage alreadr heetowed, eotlolt
their ordere, which will he promnjlr ailed.
No. Ml Hew York arenne,
between Tenth and El.T.nth .tr..la.
Stall! 3al and Ml Centre Market, tad 101 Northern
uiu.f u.. .nu.et ieo ar-
DaTKI At WOOD,
D WnOLESiLI ISO UITilL DULXIIS DI
ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES,
. COMBTLNO 01
ricklec, PreHrref. Cau.pe, Oanoee
JelUee, Kmlti, bllree,
Sardine.. Salad Oil., Choloe Kelieheo,
Condeneed Milk, Uuitarde,
PRESERVED MEATS, FISH, SOUPS, o.
Pore Wlnci and Uquon by the rackoge
CIOa AND TOBACCO.
AT Agent, for TUdea'a Extract of Coffee, with
WAjsnwazva, p. v.
deo IT tf
S A. V E H .
Store, lfl south h ourth etreet,
Ord.re reoelved by
W. D SHEPHERD,
Corner of Seventh and D etreeta.
1.0 IT lr whlnrto D. O
MASON, FEN.Fiw& LAWItHM i:.
Late CvmmUsioner of Patent.
Fltleen yean ta Patint Agency IIukUcm.
D WITT 0,AWItKNCK,
Late mtubir o( the Pa'eut Office A tal Hoard.
OFFICE IN WAsillNUTOJf, I). 0.
Kor Patenti procured All Inlormatlou neoei
ary to obtain a pitrnt .nt free of cba-re
Virt mr.ii..iii,u, fir u.,,, r.VKKV
'Jtoij to anove that they can buy Clothing,
Feiwfnlag Uoode.Tni.kt, Hate, and C.pe. at thi
kweetprlMjjatSjIITlI'd,No. su Ueveath etreet.
5i g Tcmiii
natmio orncat. juhb e. mi.
AT. TO ALL jrfiUM IT MATOUtfCXMlt,
. Applttalioa baring ben aaarte ander the aet of ad
Jane, lie., ter the releeae of the lead Warrant, de.
eotlbed herein, which an alleged to .are beat leal
ee deetroyed , aottoe la hereby gtren that, at the date
fotlowtag the deaerlptton of each wirraat, a new
Mrtiflfiafa of like eann will ba ImmmA. If aaMlld an
leeUea ahonld then appear.
an oe.-ii., mr leu aoree, uraeo nnaer toe an oi
March, 18M. In the nana of Ueieklah Smith, and
waa granted Jane la, in? April , tin
No. tTJ.4. for ICO aerea. leaed anrler tha aAt
of Ueroh, la.iv, In the name of Jaoob Bradcr, aad
win grant, t Angnirt 19, ISM-ltey a,lJ.
.. ..,..., mm- iw Kn.) mien noo.r uie act oi
Karoh, 18S5, In the name of Charlotte, widow of
Walter Col., and m granted Jaaharr , lUe
No. (O.oea, for ltd acrti, bvaed under tbe act of
Ma'ch, 18C5, In the naaae of Blery ilarer, widow of
John lianer, and wae granted November 10, 1S6
No. TOel, for 40 acres, leaned n'der the act of
B'Pmner. isvi, in tn. name ol Jitnee Mcrlraer,
minor child ofYViMcm MerlTnr,dc04aMd,and wu
granted Angu 1 1(, 18.1 June 14, 112
No. 75,1" l '"' Iw acre. (act 1I4T,) in faror of
Talrlck Ilrady, prlrate, ot company K Seooad regl.
roent U 8 IatantiT, beariag date 3Ut December,
till-Jon. II, ISC!
JOSEPH JT. BABRKTT,
T o T l o K
i.1 10 THE PUBLIC
dk 247 fi
(Furmerly of Nw York.)
lli tbe Zf im fetid Fane ot bttni
ONK OF TBK 11K8T ItESTAURANTS IN TOWN.
MrQv at & trial, and jodat for louwelf,
4, KTcry tblog In th IIom Ii of tba
I ni.'H'p Tin?. ifAiiifv.T Aventrni
DiD't fotfT't tbe fttttob-T,
U4T. ! muvlranla avttniia.
between JTwelfih and Thirteenth Pti eeti.
Can be consulted on AIL DIS
EASES of the EYE and EAE, which
require Medical or Surgical treat
ment. Artificial Eyes INSERTED, with,
cut causing any pain.
Hundred of Teatlmonlala, from the moat eminent
men in me union, may oe evaataea or satuog on
DR. VON M03CHZISKER,
At hta oflce.
No U4T renneylTBla. Avcnuf,
(Opposite Wlllard'i )
pilUPUtfAldS VOK WOOD.
Deror QoABTaaMAaTta'a Orrici,
Corner of JCtgbteeath and O atreeU.
Waahiagton. March IS, 1SY9.T
SUALLD ritOr03ALbw.il be received at thl-
Office until Monday, tne Slat day or at arch, at l.
o'o'oek m . io ninlin the ttoooe In thla ettr and Its
vicinity, north or tbe l'otomao rtvrr wltbln (b) five
miieioiiue enrw ruoipgwo, vnia nooa ior(",
Ix month, oommenclni on the lit day of April,
leoa, ana cnainv m auvn aay oi ocpiemoer, ieoi
1 be Wood to be of tbe beet quality of oak or hick
rv. and to ba delivered at the camee or nnarteri ol
thetroope, In aueh quantiUea and at uoatuaeaa
the Denet Ooartermaatcr mar direct.
raymenta to be made at tbe end of etch month,
nfon ine teiurn or me oonirvcwr 01 iae oraeir
drawn upan him Tbe delivery of the Wojd ordered
moat ba ahown by the receipt of the omoerrcoelr
tnff It (epecirlaaT ,n ftnwuot dfl'vi-r-d) eadoraed
nnon th ordem
Wool ordered for regtmeota brlgadea.or dlvlalon
rou-t be r;oelpted for by thi qaartermaeteri
The propoaila muit apeclfy the pr ce per cord of
(IS8i one hundred and twenty elf tit cumo feet, and
mail be plain y marked " Propoaala for Wood "
Ihe abUlty Of the tllder t fill the coo tract,
ahould It be atttarded to h m, muat be g uarantlad
by two reponalble pertona, whose signature mu.t
be appended tj the guaiaotce.
The reeponalbilltr of the guarantor" must be
ahown by the offlalal oertlfiett ot the cleik of th
nearcat dlatilot oturt or of the Unl'ed State diatriot
rtiddrrarautbe present In pereon when theVldj
are openea or tneir propofaie win noiooeoDaiaeria.
llonda, In the rum of ten thouauid dollars, algoee
bv the contractor and both of hla euarantora. will
be required oi tbe auoceaaf ul bidder upon signing
The right to reject any or all b!da that mav be
deemed too high tarnerved by the Depot Quarter
Infwrmal propoaala will be rejected
form e QwnwtH .
We . of the county of . and State of
,and . of the county of-- --, and btate
of i , do hereby guaranty that 1. able to
fulfil a contract In icoordance with tbe trrma of hla
orODO it ion. and tiiat. ihou d hu Drononttou tie ae
cepud, he will at once euter Uto a contract U ao
Should tne contract be awarded him, mb are pre
pared 10 beoom hlastcurlMoa
iToihla guarantee must be appended tl-e rertlfl
cate above mentioned ) V. II UULKKlt,
mar 1J dtd Colonel and Quarteimater.
THE PATRIOTS OFFKRINiJI
OR T1IK LIKE, 9KUVICKS, AND MlLirAUV
CAKEKR OF 1II1C NOIILK 1RI0.
Ellsworth, Lyon, and Baker,
11KAUTXIULI.Y ILLUHTJtATKD WITH A
rixc KsauAViNa or j:ac,
Thla popular work mould be la the hand of ever
soldier and civilian throughout the country.
Tne noble example aud he rot o sacrifice of theu
ImmorUl patriots, ahould he pi iced In tne hands ot
every volunteer In Uie grand urmy of the Bepubllo
1'arente could confer no mare lasting beaeut on
their aoni,uow aervlng tbe Union, than to present
them with a copy of a work whloh would atreogthtn
and deepen their patriotism, and Inaplre thtm to
higher ttr.rta In defence ol liberty and Juttloe,
iow'a sddreM at tue grave, on the death ot Lyon,
Swifter a clasoicil euligy. In tbe Senate Chamber
on the Life an! Service of Baker, Hiker' reply, In
the Senate, to the traitor Breckenridge.the Treai
dent'.' procUmatiooa. calling the nation to arms, are
likwlte Included In this valuable work.
To be h id at ttry newa or book store throughout
the United Htatea Price 2ft eente In paper cover,
cloth, duo nti
Ajrheod your ordere to Dakar ft Godwin, No .
hpiuce atreet, tribune buildings, New York I hi
trade wUpplkd althe uauul mtts
mar '.5 2w
M) OKt" ICKIfJ, H11TLKHV, Ac.
new lleht.fbur wheeled WA
QON, with waterproof coven,
and handriorae leather cuehfona.
built to order at New sork and coat Ilea, OH
UAL.K, at a moderata price AIM, a New York
iiiLde net of DOU11LE 1IAKNKSS. nlited fltlln.-
never uied. Alao, a aet of plain Hinolk JIabhbu,
quite new. Apply for address of nubia and Groom
to sei ewTenteenin iireei, comer u, oeo its
New Prices! New Goods!
199 P.aylrsml At.siw..
as Pesmerlramla Araaeie,
SIS PenneylretBla Areata.,
3SS Paaaerlvatsla Hreaae,
DO YOU KNOW
DO YOU KNOW
DO YOU KNOW
That He Sells,
Extra Drowi Sugar at 71 ceote per prand.
Extra Brown Sugar at7i cents par pound.
Extra Brown Sugar at 7 J eenU per pound.
Having been Purchatcd
lie also telle
Any Other Man,
Any Other Man,
Any Other Man,
Oood Green Tea at 60 eente per pound.
Good Green Tea at 50 cento per pound.
Good GreenTea at SO cent, per pound.
Good Black Tea at SO conta per pound.
Good Black Tea at SO cent, per pound.
Or An Ono Else Who Dealrci
UALF TUK USUAL rHICU,
Are Inrlted to Call. 1
Good Coffee IB ccntaSper pound.
GoodCo(roe 16 cents per pound.
AT IIALF TIIK. USUAL rBICF.3,
" Bj the
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The Xational TnltHujtncrr, on Tuesday mom
Ing, published, from the New York Ohitrvtr,
under the head of "The Law aud tho Testi
mony," the letter of George Washington ad
dressed to the Continental Coogrras, when te
submitted, copy oflheCon.tllutlon In 1787,
The Otutrt rr, In commentlurou this letter,
"Three great facts Or the attention In read
ing this leiten
"2. The Convention assert the Impractica
bility of aecnrln Independent sovereignty Io
each State while making the Government tber
design to establish."
Now, appealing to the testimony of Wash
ington's letter, I submit that the Convention
did not assert the impracticability of securing
Independent sovereignly to each State.
The language of. Washington Is :
" Ia.li obviously Impracticable In the 1'nUr
al government of these Stales, to secure all
tights of Independent soereitfnty to each, and
yet provide for the Interest atd safety of al."
The Odirrwr' alligation le, that the Cunrtn
ityo asserted the Impracticability or securing
Independent sovereignly to Ibe States.
The testimony of Washington la, that tie
Convention asserted the Impracticability ol
securing all rights of Independent sovereignly
to the States.
lt never entered Into Iho mind of Washing
ton that tho Slates had turrendcred to the Gen
eral Government all their eovrre'gnty. Be
spoke only of having surrendered, mch n pdr
tlon of their rights as could not be sccurid un
der tho old Articles of Confederation.
The precito character of uial the States stir
rendered, as well as the nature of our federa
tivo system, Is evidenced by this language ot
" The friends of our country have long reeu
and desired that Ibe power ol making war.
peace, and treaties; that of levying money and
regulating commerce, and tbe correspondent
executive ana luaictat aniDortties, snail Deiuiiy
and tfiectually vested In the General Govern
ment of the Union. It Is at
all timos difficult to draw with nrecision the
line between those rights which must be sur
rendered and those which may Iw reserved; aod
on Ibe present occasion thla difficulty was in
creased by a difference ameng the sevi ral StaUs
as to tbelr situation, extent, habits, and partic
I, with the 06rter, "regard this testimony
as decisive against the Calhoun Southern school
But I deny that "It proves, beyond all cavil
or doubt, that the Confederation repudiated as
Impracticable tbe theory of State sovereignty,
which was admitted under the old confedera
On the contrary. I maintain that It proves
that the States are now as sovereign and Inde
pendent as under the old article, of Confeder
ation, over all that class of rights which were
never surrendered to the General Government.
At th's cilsls, when it is assumed by many in
authority that the General Government haa un
limited powers, even to the obliterating of
State lines, and creating rrovinclal Govern
mentr, I think It well to bold up the banner of
State rights, and Insist that it shall not be per
mitted to trail In the dust.
With great respect, Asm Kixa Cahroli..
March 19, 18C2.
i rem the X. V. Udepettlcnt.
A worthy man aod virtuous woman wero once
napptiy marrieu uintast an tne gocq wignes ana
kind auspices that are supposed to attend such
events. For several yean all went well.
There was respect, aflectioo, confidence, aud
concord. Children blessed the household.
But at length, certain evil Influences began
The man loved home less. His companions
were dangerous. lie labored less honestly- He
began to gather his money by dishonest means.
He gambled. Ills associates were known to
bo counterfeiter.. Against bl. wife's wishes he
brought to bis houso villainous confedcra'es,
who drank, swore, gambled, and, at dead of
night, were believed, by honest neighbors, to
do otner neiartous aeeus against morals anu
honesty. The children were being neglected.
The elder ones were Injured. Thty began to
lie, to swear, to gamble, to bate Industry, to
look wistfully at vice.
The wife was loving, and for a long time
would not see or believe half the evil. But at
length the revels and dtbaucbetles grew out
rageous. Every conciliation was made a
ground for new demands, nntll at length she
waa brought squarely to choose whether she
would be a confederate of ber husband's crimes
and a partner of bis vices, or sutTer a separation
Tbey separated. Friends of tbecriminal man
instituted legal proceedings, urjust and bara t
log. They were defeated. The court, took side
with the Injured wife, gave back to hr the
house, with the control of the children, and ad
jjdged him acnlpilt.
After a while it was proposed that there
should be a reunion. The only question was, at
which end of the wedded ltfe should the knot be
tied agal:. Shall tbe wife consent to unite Just
where they broke otr, and go back to all hl
vices ? Or shall she demand that they go back
where they began Qrst, when he was pure and
virtuous, and unile again there? Shall she
unite ber virtues to his vices; or shall she de
mand that he shall lay aside all vies and unit
on a common ground of Purity, Truth, and Vir
The workmen of Messrs. Corning, WInslow
X Co.'e nail factory, and oflhu Rensselaer Iron
Works, In Troy, celebrated the euccesi ol
the Monitor the iron plating for which was
made in those wotks by a torchlight proces
sion on Saturday evening. About 100 opeta
tiveswere In line, carrying torches uud ban
nets ol appropriate inscription und duvloe
among them one which was mounted imv wag
on, and represented the engagement between
tbe Monitor and tho Merrlmac ; on the revere-.,
a likeness of Messrs. Ericsson, WInslow and
Griswold, with tho words, "Honor to whom
honor is due," and also the dispatoh of Gen.
Wool to Mr. Griswold: "Tho Monitor has
saved everything inside and outside of Ibe
Emioravts iob Havii. Twenty-one emi
grants sailed yesterday for Hayli io tbe barque
Chanticleer. Tbey are, with one exception,
farmers from the West, and Irom tbelr appear
ance will no doubt be n valuable aOUlltlon
to that island. A steamer will leive Ihls pott
for Ilayti on tbe -Oth ot nevt month, being the
commencement of n regular lln sailing from
this port on the 20th rf rcIi nmh Inr the
ponveysn'1'' ol fn'Irrru' n II n tint
. rnnient In runl. v . II i i t hkjzi
Ibe scltlemeut ot cuUna petsvjua iiuum its ler
m soll-JV. Y. JImlJ, ilmh 28.
Political Matters at Alexandria,
MEETING OF THE UNCONDITIONAL
UNION ASSOCIATION OF ALEXANDRIA.
SPEECH OF HON. CAMP3EIJL
A metllng of the Unconditional Union Arso
elation was held, on Wednesday evening, .nt
their hall In tbe Lyceum Building. After the
ronline business of tho evening had been die
posed of, the chairman Introduced Hon. Camp
bell Tarr, State treasurer, who spoke as fol
lows: MR. CullRKiN AND LlDIEM iD GmTUiMEM
You must excuse me from making a long
speech this evening, a, If even I waa prepared,
which I am not, I should In conerrpence ot 111
health be unable to do so. I understood that
Mr. Whaley was to speak here this evening, and
I came as a hearer, not expecting to take cpy
further part Id the proceedings
To mike a speech upon tbe important isiire
now b fjru tbe country, would be next to Im
poseible, as there 1. no room for dlscuu'dn,
asserting and believing, es we do, that there is
but one side to this question, and that we ate
righl; aud If In tbl. room th-re be a man who
claims to bo a secesiionist, let bin come for
ward and ehnw a shadow ol right I r this sreen-
sion morn at or cjmtnencement of this war.
You, lad rs and gentlemen, must be tired of
perpetually hearing this one earn, story, and 1
da not propose to give you a repetition ot It,
but simply to give yon a little of the b.tory of
mis reocuion so tar as Virginia is concrrnen.
Tbe speaker then went on to illustrate Ibe
first proposition made by the leading seces
sionists to secede in order to recousliuct the
Government, A.S., and followed It up clneelj
with illustrations of the doing of the Rlchmocd
Convention, and of tbe efforts mide by Guv.
Wise, Roger A. I'ryor, ami others, to force the
btate out of (be Union, and ol the ilcvicts
and tricks rtrorlcd to by the traitors in that
convention, to commit -the Union delegates,
amorg which was the resolutions agairst coer
cion, Into which, he n ss sorry to say, many wt o
were in heart and act good Union men, bad
been swlrillrd. Tho speaker also spoke of the
threats made agalust union m n tn case tbsy
voted against the ordinance of secession, c.
He theu went on witb an acconnt of Ibe action
of tbe piomers in the restoration el Ibe State
government at Wheeling; and after giving a
full account of the proceedings of Ibe Legisla
ture at its la't session, look bis seat, amidst
srouU of appUuse, niter which the meeting
Cotton liaised liy Ilia Labor r While..
A correspondent of the Toledo CV,mmerciil
who has lived thirteen years in South Carolina
and Georgia, aid whoso means of becoming
acquainted with the country and its people
have been ample, maintains that (he lest cot
ton regions of the Southern States possess a
climato well stilted to Ihe constitution of the
white rare, and capable of glrlng It, by Ihe
aid of the labors of the field, a fine hardy de
velopment He says:
"Tbe herbiceous or annual cotton plant has
probably Its bist climate in the Southern
States. In them appear to be united tbe pro
per degree of summer heat and spring and
summer rains, nun tne best proportion ol a',
mosnhcric mtxtnre. Commencing in North
Carolina, Ihe adaptation of climate and soli to
Ibe tuccesrlul growth of the cotton staple seems
to Improve regularly towards the southwest;
until it. cuimioaies in middle Texas, iiere tne
best and largest acreable product or cotton is
grown. The best part of this cotton region
embraces Ihe middle portions of the Stales of
South Carolina, Georgia. Alabama, Mississippi,
Loutenna and Texas, In the first-named Slates
It embraces most of the descending slope from
the mountains to Ihe level plalu. This plain
reaches back from Ibe ocean some hundred
miles in breadth. This slope u high, well
watered by rapid slrenmt and gushing springs,
is tnouerattiy lertue, and nas a neaitmui cu
"Io this region tv.o bundled and fitly pounds
of clear cotton to the ucre Is a good yield. A
field hand will cultivate, by the aid of a mule
or horse, five acres of eotton and twenty acres
of com; tbo corn yieldingsome eight or twelve
Dusnci", on in. avtrsge, per a.ru. un ncn
river bottom lire hundred pounds of cotton and
forty buebels of cornto the ntre .ire sometimes
produced. In nearly all thtsregion white labor
was predominant In tbe early s.lllem mt of tho
country, most of the settlers having been poor
and depending on tbe labor ol tbelr own hands
for support. It was (be peueral liellef among
them that there was tben'a greater exemption
from disease and a more vigorous enjiym.nt of
health than alter tne introduction ot slaves,
u hen most of the labor was Imposed on ten
" Several of tbe best settlements In tbe up
country of South Carolina, in 18J5 were com
posed of Scotch Irish Covenanters, who were
out-and out Abolitionists. Tbey bad their
churches, in which no slaveholder was consid
ered a good Christian. In these settlements
there waa more civilised Uie, more Indunry,
more ccmfoi t, aad more good morals than in
any other. In the State. Up to 1S1C, most of
the labor, In what Is now tbe cotton region of
soutn uarouna, was perlormed oy tne n tines.
The elder Wade Hampton, altetwarda General
Hampton, of the war of 181.', got hla fine con
stitution bv plowing and hoeing in tho field
when growing up to manhocd. So did Andrew
Jackson, and most of the really great men of
mat btate, including Rangoon uneeves and
Robert Goodloe Harper.
" It mav be truly usserted that more than
half of the best cotton-growing regions Is better
sdnpleil to Ibe constitution ol the European
tluu to that cf the Alrican race. It Is a region
tf extremes in temperature, of hot summers
and cold wlulers. In It the healthiest and
strongest white men aro tbose who perlotm
most on t-of door labor.
"Youtr, A.C, 1. W. S.''
A "Stitb Cit'iToi." A letter from Hu.a
(ervllle to tbe J'ieaipmt ol the 12th Inst., after
giving an account ol operations subsequent to
the fill if Fort Donelson, sjjs that ibe Pro
visional Government ot K-iitueky Is with Crlt
tenden'e brigade the ctpllol of Kentucky be
ing now local d In a bibley tent near Ibe
headquarters of Ibut I'.mrul.
Tnitwat. KxatiiMTioN or i Comeoi: in
Chisa. A letler from Canton, of November
-J :) I h . says Ibat " tbe triennial literary examina
lion bos just closed, at which 7,000 students
attended Thirty or more died during the
examination, from overexertion and intense
The Italian Free masons bave Just Introduced
aa Important innovation ioto tbe statutes ol
tno society. 1 nere are now sister masons,
vtnerables. and great mistresses. The Ihtri-
sjwndence, of Rome, describe, the ceremony of
instaiiauuu wuu inucu minuteness.
Over 400 of Iho prisoners at Camn Douglas.
leunesseeans, nave pent a petition to t;oi. Mul
ligan, that they be allowed to tike the oilb cf
allegiance to the Union, nnd if the-e is any ne
cessity they will reajllytako up arms urine
Union. 1' costs about 1 30,000 per week to
I'M th ptisoners there,
' s.i Grik hi u n ' gaining ground.
The Government has calli'a out IIO.OOO ineu to
Complete th9 army.
Cixnx Osi-nnm. Oor army has, so lar,
captured over- 400 cannon Irom the' rebels
two thirds of the number since Jan. let. Wo
bare lost ler. than forty during tbo same pe
Tb report that Tennessee Union men 'had
enlisted In Ibe Federal army, Is cenfirmrd by
letters In tber Cinciunatl (lasettt. An Illinois
regiment, dtclraateij at Fort Donelson, was
filled op In this way. This is the kind of evi
dence to give of Union sentiments.
Wotk on the Artesian well, foclde ol Fort
ress Monroe, has been recommenced for tba
eeaecn. It bai now reached a depth of S3j
feet. The last ISO feet has been through fine
Governor Buckingham, of Connecticut, hai
received from the Government a certificate of
Indebtedness, amounting to six hundred thou
sand dollar., toward, reimbursing Connecticut
for war expense
No Coioiuimao Gexirii The Whig says
that Jeff, has vetoed the bill creating the tfllco
of commanding general. Terhape Jeff, haa
become tired of generals that so frequently
command a retreat,
Tbe court mourning In England for tbe lato
Prince Consort will end on Ihe 10th of May ;
tbe hatchments pieced on tbe public buildings
will alo bo removed.
Bin riR tuk Ox. An ox In (be stibloof
Elma Dewey, at Columbia, Ct. was attacked
by rat. one night last week, and several
square inches of his hldo gnawed off.
The Louisville and Nashville railroad Is so
far repaired that Ihe running time between the
two clUs l reduced to twelve hours.
The rebtl prisoner, of war at Indianapolis
are dying on quite rapidly. Ono hundred and
ten bave died since tbelr first arrival in that
We don't know anything about it, but wo
will wuger something ibat the man responsible
for the escape of Ibe Nashville is a Vallaudlg
bam Democrat, -llrcclctyix Star.
Mrs. Harriet Iiercher Slowe Is reported as
The perk packing crop In Iho West exhibits
an increase of H00.000 hogs last year, over tho
number packed In 18G0.
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