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foi C'umplnlnU Incident titlttMx Uw
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wrrictiy plaiiiint m lt
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Itutlnimeiliiile in lunttiou, giving llealllj aul Vlifor
to the Framv, plooni ip tin IMId lMiek,aiil re
ptorinjr the patient 1 1 it torr ct rtite or
lll-ALIIl AMI l'L'lUlV
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te I'liirratcy and Chera it;, and 14 rretcrititd and
Dfcd by '
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DiUy no longer I'rocure tlio rcuitdy at vnou.
i'rloell per tittle, nr elx tor M.
I'opot, 111 noitii Teetn 8'rett, riiUidtlf'ilt,
Itcware r l!ntf,litililet Ucaltre
'Irvine to paltu oQ llicLr own or other articles bl
llUlMIUon the rerulkthn at'ainrd by
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Tle Original and only l,enuln
a desire lorun on Hie
klMIT UF Ot'R AHI1CIEI
rhririt ii wortuloM If noid at much lern ralci uuu
c..niTnh.ou, conaetuentty payiug a much better
prom
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lleluibulil'rt Kxdnct lliiclm.
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Kll)WI,LT,LAWnKnCK.
H H. WAI1K,
H J K)RI,
J0I1M WILhT,
H B KNTWISTLr",
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Aod Ly all DrvgglAti even where
T
UK UNlUr. WILL, HTAHD.
NO M.VTIbK WHO'S 1'AMIHEnTI
L'onncoueatlT. I ahall retritn In Wah(nitoi. it
OGnalnuttc I'tiiot my oocupatlon of
HOU-bl, SIQN, AND ORNAMENTAL
alaf-X AINTINtarftt
(JILUINO In all IU branches Old OLAZtNO
i roartpU attended to ratntlDir and Ornamentlni
Cottage Vurnijure. tn tlio heat nylt I alM oall af
ttnttoa to the t-'aiallmr of Ranft and Brlok, Wallj
All the abora t will do as oluap as the ebeape-rt
I tbc-etore follott the patronage of mr frifDdtB
tellow oitHena of the Dlitrtot. rnnotnality etrloUj
obiaired.and work done lo the beat manner
ton will plessr rntai yoor atop, and stop at
' M. T. PARIChR'S
KainUnx KeUbUshment.
WO J3Jn.iUn avenue (north aide),
b'twen OTttb and Seven th r.reete;
r a SiOT pnt up It of charge, u asnal, ,
OTt
rilO l(VCHTOt9.tIl PATKPfTK.BI.
1 MUHN CO . rrotietori of Unt rtoitnllfl;
American, and arrnla for proourlng Amrloan tad
J ore s
tVxUi fiiTirm Year llfptrvw tn IV lhi-en.
Jieir to Iloti Judge Alaann.llon Joaoph floll
Hon W I) Hi'-hop, X'(onuiilMlonen of Talenta,
and to mire th-ii BUao thouaaud Inrrntore who
have had bulocw don tbroigh Mann A Co 't fat
ent Agency
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p. Ml.
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Ote.t
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oorner of K and aienth street a, ophite the Patent
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j ttsmiprr oFTtr.
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Reviews
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Il'!ii above numed U lit nor annnm
Remittances for any of the above publicalitms
anouiq aiwava uv mimwu, inti u. iuiiiij iruu
llshen, LKONARO HLOl 1 fc CO ,
nor28 No M 0 old st Now Vork
JS-llli; HNLSI STUCK uVaOLUllta IN
the United Stales la nowoflti ed aflfa than whole
sale price at No tiO tieuntli street, npimnite Post
unite, Dy j. u ivj-.m,
formerly over (Jalti Jewely Store,
nur 80 d3m
a it m y
EXPHESSCOMPANY.
' ALL RAIL FROM NEJW YORK.
Tfor ty-one'. ECouxraw.
TWi Company It prepared to forward all klnda el
gooda to and flora '
NEW YORK Offloe II Broadway,
DOSTOB ,,,OfllMt Coutreea atntt
and 1 Cotgreva 8aare,
FniLAbELFIIIA Offlce UT Cheaaat atreat,
BALTIHOBE, Offloe Camden sfatioo,'
ALEXANDRIA Orloe 105 KHg atrael,
ANNArOLIS, FOBTBE88 MONROE,
NEWPORT NEWS, PORT ROYAL,
And the Southern Blockading 8iuadrooj,
AT FAIR RATKB.
Jan II-
405
aT.
MtCVKNXII NTIIKKT Al)f
hosoiiojv
viu w iuuii-i, t his ijij ejianij. nwiii irvu iu mv
oomrnodiu bU caitomrrt , on tbe ot muMwibti
termi, with anylMnjr ! hi line of biilnttt. He
hu ionfl or th bfiit practical workmen in
TIN Vh TE AND B1IKRT4B0N WORKINO
He his th ht COOK K.OVKS in tin rt. trivet,
wMi!h he rrlln ch'Hp for c.ih
lleluilo Iiiin Htaortmeut of TIN WARR mul
HUCK TIN WAHK, together wdli HOLLOW
WABB, tinned and entme led
COAL OIL LAMPS.
He liM ilo a Hne lot of COAL OIL LAHl'S,
wltlcli In can flcll on the moot rraonable termn.
7-AllJ0B WORK attended to at (he ihorte.t
u t I- e, eai h a ROOKING, Ao
Krcrrlhlns 0 the aiont ramtoralil trrnu, at
No 4VASLVKNTH H1KKL1,
fch tl tf ItKTwaatr n ad I.
Tmra V A Mt ft. I m a. Ai IBJ a1.AAtK4A M
CHARLES'
LONDON
CORDIAL
GIN
ts di titled In Lohooi', and put
up sold j In quart and pint bol
tin, to meet the requirements ol
D.uggiLa,ai.d ibore to whom Pure nd Una4ulter.
sXedi liquor U a Necouaity ot a Lamry.
It U tbo oldeot establlshet ci all the Oihs (I)
whkh have tlart'd Intoexlatene upon the basis of
dwell dtverved aod bard earned oclebriiy.
Ithaa no omnoottoa wlh,snl la In no way like
ibA traaliy mintures aolJ as Kkolish (lis." or
"Old Tom," or Loupoh Polk,' or'1 LokdohOim,"
'o , Ac , no TPHtter how mueli " aitlqalty " or " re
peoublltty " 1 sMumed ty their begetters.
Dr. ValenUne Mott, f Naw, York, nay 1 " It Is
far preieratd) to eu rcaa Holland (lltitaod la tf
(Mt( art I of id hnt t hnu rttr t'tn " So eiy tbou
aatiiliof phyriciim
The New York Herald syi " We are surpriacd
at lis bmcflctaJ cdeois, U it a certain safe guard to
health "
1 b Philadelphia Ledger yi " It hai no supe
rior, li an cquaf, in ro divinal virtues "
The New Orleans Picayune says "There Is so
ft tu dy on earth for dyape(la equal to 11."
1h Boston Journal -ay-'"As a beverage, as a
(rventlve,r aan remedial agent, wcwaqt no other
t i onr ps-b maurn "
Women of America, fr yon tt is yarhci'hrry
AijTtwI. in. sickness or beaith.lt is yoir greatest
friend.
B. BALDWIN h CO,
Soia lMFoTas,
VI Lllerly fired, New York
Sold la WHshington by
LOVKLL, I'OLLhB A LO ,
Ulft K street, near Ta avenue,
dco I Z ly And dealers generally.
mil TIIK UtfriCKHK t
TIIK UlfriCKIlK Or TIIK AUMY,
Jtit arried. a
direct Importation r-sr steamer
Knllod, from Europe, a very fine and
ia
arse aAnort
nt of Marine, Opera, Held Glaea, and Tele
wopea. which I will Mil a very little abote the ooet
in rarM amd inr t,umirp, larrp ro dodo nape
riorlo U lud.htvlpjt been eMpcird parpomlx lor
tbla market, Alao, a Urge and well aeeorted etock
nt Orara (llai-tm. MlorOfmorteM. cold, atl ver. and trtat-l
.8e!aelesand t.jt (Jlancs.auHel to the aljiht by
me nu oi an iii(oiaeier a cor-xineniDie nnmoer 01
prtHrai to M aen nt my orfloe, fron xiAtlenen
who have bn nvited at ray oId(tttlrhnnt
tii) rcnntylvania uventie, btlwttu Fonr-amt-i-half
nnd Sixth StrKU.
Iljr Katabllatimaat la aip .tavln
CRayei fitted li ml. The Irade .applied
oot 10-iy
DATKH M VVUUU,
WHOLKHI.K km IIKT1IL DXAUUU IN
ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES,
COMISTINO or
ricklea, l'reierrei, Catanpe. flaacee
Jtlliei, t'rulta, Olleea,
Bardinei, flalad oil. Choice Rellihea,
Oondcneed Milk, Uuntardn,
rRIRRVbD MKATS, I'lSlI, SOUPS, Ao.
I'arc Wines nml Liquors by the rntkafe
ClOAnj AND TOBACCO.
r Agent, for 'lllden'a rxlract ol Coffee, with
4ugar and Mtlkuornblocd ,
naorennaylTania aranua,
WAMitsawN, n. r.
duo it-tt
jWANa A WAlUOfl'X
rilll.AMKLrillA
SAI.AMAHULH,
(1RBAKU
HURULAK I'KOOf
IS A V 13 H .
Utore, lflaoath tourlh elreet,
I'hiladtlplila, 1'a.
Order, rccclrod by
W 11 uiipniivun
Corner o(8evint)iand D.lreeU, ,
law IT ly Wuhlnglon, O C,
lyrinT tTTUIIDhVlli r
MASON, FKIM.VITK7& LAtVIIKNllj.
CDAULhS MASON,
Late Cwraliaiontr or ratenl)
nOBhltT w7KKNWIClt,
r lltcen year. In Patent Ageuoy UuiiDCli
Da WITT nT.AWUKNCK, '
Late member of the rl'entOroee Appi-al Hoard.
Omen IN VfARHlM.TON, I). C.
Nora r-alcnt.prniMired Alllnlorontloanfloea
.arv to obtain a pittent .enl tree of eliaige
Jan VI II
JUST lll.rhlM.U AT L A. lir.VI.L ft CO.'IS,
Ni .Jtil Swvrnir. hetwfen 1 and KMuet'.a new
.lock or CI.MIIIM1. MI11MI4IIINII COOPS,
HtUMvS, lltJiand CAPS
r A llhLI. L'0'.S o am Kevt'Hliilnel
JJ. hetn.i'n I and K.ia the pl.ie lo buy ynui
rLOIIIINU,tUliMhlllNU OOODS, IIIDNKB
UAia aodt;Ar&,utriew tork puce.
COM I. ONi: A.VU ALL AT I. A BKA.I. ft
tt) b.Nn .IUI Snoottielreel ni I wn I and K ,
Inbiiy jourOI.tirillMI lUIINiaiUNU lillllHS,
HAlSaudCAl'S
NOWlgrOUKllMKTOIIUYiOUKt'LOIII
ISO, KUllKlhlll.Mi (iHOI),-, IIAlb and
I APS at ry low prlco.al I.. A Ill.AI.I, n CO '8,
o Jill Pcvmtli,butwcen I and K alreel.
m.r a I Jra
rpo MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. PROrES
X alonal Uenll.meia, avaaoth.ra.
Tha n1ii.s!inar1 KHnip.J n n.U, aLal..
Brier., Pamphlet.. Report., or any deeoriptloa of
Book,work, and aollclt ordere.
ir . u ouaaaaiM, a ju ,
Offloe oorner Indiana avenue
not It tl and Seoond atreet, U ' 'ff".
JiimnmtRvif I
1 -tfw-ygK. I
wr j mtu3
)l.ni' .Kit!', Jl lV,lT(t,
..., .,u Ju' ' IL'ArtMAVtuui.
l,pU.itlon lievlag been ruaJi anlff Ui.aetof tad
Jiaa.iam, rw tM tedatu. ol the land Warranted.
aotlbed
.r daMi
ereln. wbleh are
aiieieo to naef Bee tort
en flour u MMM.
grrea lhati at the dale
followln
ior ofnpuom oi aaoo warrant, a new
eertllM of Ilk. tenor will Mlfae4,ir aoealK ob
No ailm, for 14 wraa, laraed ettier the tk ol
Mdrah,lus.lathraaM of IIatlahl8mitb, and
wan iiuiiu wKBs mmj wiAnni ., iboi
No
i ii.km. for 15 aeree, lined nnd
under tha aot
we.grakl.t AoguatlS.lue Mars,l!J '
No. 41.42, for l acnliaraed uidar the act of
March, tau. In the nam. of Charlotte, widow of
Walter Cole, aad wia granted January M, law
May in mi. . ' '
ISO. 4l,o&A,fof 160 aerra, Ivued under tha act of
Hatch. IUI, In Ihe'retne of Mary Itarer, widow of
.Fuun uu.i,Ha wme graoiei aioTeraoer 10, IHO
JunefJiafli.
No 10,661 , for 40 acrea.iaraed urdrr Ilia act of
ip,aiv-r, wi. irL we name oi June. sorlTaer,
minor dhlld of Wildam ricrlrner. dccad,aBd waa
No. 76.14;. for 1M urer, (act 1147,) In
). 76.14;. for 1M tern, (act 1147,) In favor of
Icej Mjady, prlrate, ol company K, Seooad regv
t II frlnlantry, bearing date Slit December,
Junes, Ilea.
JOSEPH B. BABBXTT,
ratrlci
ment
1111
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hvery thing In the Itovse li of the
II K.ST THF. MAHKKf AFFORD?.
D kh't forgt the number,
il4T, penmylvania avenue
between T wt Ifth and Thirteenth streets,
mair 10-tm South side.
OCULIST
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mar CJi 2w
pR0I'O3ALH 1-UU BLLF CAULK
.Sealed Propoals are Invited till the 16th dayoi
April WJ at l.' clock, m .tor supplying tho 1 h
hubatitmce Deparhuent with 8,005 head of BLK1
OATlI.h on tho hoof
rho C-ittle lobe ( ellrered at Waahlogton city, an j
each anloialtu average liv) pounds gros weight.
ru luiaHi n
poundei groM
ru animal admitted which weighs less than r,00u
I he Cattle tn be delivered at auch llineuinilln mMi
iuantlti(M aa the It ovtrnminl in iy require
Cattle will be required ucder this contract iwi
after the contract Is closed.
Heiitrs and Bulls nut wanted
A bond, with good and satisiictory security, will
be reHit, ed
Ootcrrmeot resents to Itnlf the right to pay In
Trea ury notea
No bid will be entertained when put In by con
tracturr, who Imve ire.loualv failed to Lomnlv wlih
thilr contract, or where the tlier Is not present to
iei poon io ma 013,000 an Dtaa to ue acumpa ua oy
tun a. u a rant r ci
I be names oi ilrirn -hould lv elate i In full, with
tho precise address ol all tho mi inhere ol the firm
J-Win if(, tut raiitte
We, .oi the county of , and Mate of-,
nod ,f thecouotyof , and htate ol do
hereby guraoty Hut let able to lullil a ooiritl
l'i nccorttunec wl htbe terms of Ms proposition, anl
ihat,shiull htri proposition be accep cd.be will nt
oncp enter Into a coutract m sciordsnce iherewi h
Should the contract be awarded htm, we ar prrpau d
io become hi sicuriiles
I hh guarantee muit be apptiulci to rach bid
mar 31
D A T li, N T UFKItb. II V H 1 N K H b .
tfoldiors' Pensions & Bounties.
SOJfiES e ,fvfJ.V..VI'fi
Ihe uudersgned lne uitrred tntn a co partner
ship, u AllOKMKH and SOLILI IORS, lor the
procuring ol PAIKNlh, and all other kinds ol
bulnra, at the Patent Office
Fspeoial atieution will he given tonjected appli
laitons, to xlenIonssnd rpoi)ltlon toexttnfiun
and to tiking and prepsting evidence and argu
uients in Interfererce ciura
The undersigned will alo sllend to obtalnlT.jr
PKN81UNS and BOUNTIES lot Soldleraeivtug
during the irentnt and previnu wars, and tithe
profioutlon gtnerally of alt similar claiscsot bui
nt,! with the Government
Office corner of Seventh and F treet, opposite
Ihu Patent OQliC OANIKL K HOMtth,
O M ALbXANDtR
asHinToif, March 10, 180J marl7-d&wtf
9Y0URA11LNn0NTISCALLKI10OUR
new stock of hprlog Clo lung, lumLhlng Goods,
trunks, liats and Caps, which we are aellmg at
iuw.i isim ni." ni wiiiig Bivrn in ,im BUT. ai
SMI III S. No fttorisventh street, near F.
mar to dsm
AND
NeWPrices! New Goods!
AT ''
WILLIAM TUCKER'S
WILLIAM 'TUCKER'S
WILLIAM TUCKER'S
GROCERY WAREHOUSE,
GROCERY WAREHOUSE,
GROCERY WAREHOUSE,
MS P.aaeirlvamlai A..nai,
I Sas PcmaajrWataila Av.na.,
341 rcRneylTanla Av.aaie,
.1MJ YOU KNOW
DO YOU KNOW
DO YOU KBOW
That He Bells,
Kitra Brown Sugar. ,
Kxtra Brown Sugar.
Extrs Brown Sugar.
.at 7. c.nlSDor tmunil
,at7) caola par pound.
, . i j cents per pound,
' Having breti Purchased
or
Bankrupt Merchants,
Bankrupt Merchants,
Bankrupt Merchants,
AND OTHER.
He alauaclla
TEAS
Olioaper Tliiazi
Any Other Man,
Any Other Man,
Any Other Man,
Good Oreen Tea. . . .
Good Green Tea....
Good Green Tea....
Good Black Tea....
Good Black Te
...at 60 ceniA per pound.
. . . at 60 centa per pound .
. . .at SO oenlg per pound.
. . .at 50 cents per pound.
. .at SO cents per pound.
Grocery Merchants, .
Hotel Proprietors,
Restaurant Keepers,
Sutlers,
Families,
f )r Any One Else Who Desire
GROCERIES,
AT
S KALI' TUt: USUAL FBICLI,
Are Invlletl lo Call.
Good Coffee lo' ctntiflpur ponnd.
Good Coffee 10 cents per pound.
WHISKY,
BRANDY,
WINE,
WHISKY,
BRANDY,
WINTE,
AT HALF TI1U.IISUAI, FRICKft
Bribe
Barrel,
Gallon,
Or Bottle.
Havana Cigar... .
Havana Cigara.,,
Havana Clgara,..
tl to fit per tboueaiiil.
,tl to JSpcr thoutaml.
.tl to t3 per thouaanil.
Havana Clgarr Jl to $3 per thousand,
Zle9Xia.ezi3.a3ex
TUCKER'
TUCKER'
TUCKER'
TUCKER'
TUCKER'
TUCKER'
325 l'cnnivlvauia Avenue,
325 Pennijlvania Aicuuc,
325 Pennsylvania Avenue.
325 Pennsylvania Avenue,
325 Pennsylvania Avenue.
325 Pennsylvania Avenue.
Near Seventh Street.
Near Seventh Street,
asria
Near Settnth Slreel.
Near Seventh Street.
NAyiONAL liEPU BLRMN.
BY TELEwttAi
ntOI 1 TUB SOUTH ATLANT10
J COAST.
Uiiion'DemonslratioB ia Kast Teanesaet
Prorla-jiatlon of Central Sh'rman to the Pro-
, pleof Flnriila.
Nk Your, Starch 31). -Tbe steamer Koiplrn
City, Iron Port Royal, baa arrived. Tbe rot
lowing la from the A'to .SoufA newepiper of the
22J Innunt:
Gctt Shirman vMled Jacktonvllle on tbo
I9tb, ind wu waited on by a commlltwof clt
r.n, Who repre'rnU'il the feellngn of all tn the
town a. strongly In fror (f tbe Union Many
Cltlxepa are returning lo Jackaonvllle, among
horn are deserters from fie lebel army, anx
iua U lake the ouh of iillrglance. and who
atate tbat deaertlona wilt lie nnmerom.
Tbl enllmenl of lUstrr.i Kli.rlda ia tli-.lireil
to be, loyal, and many are willing lo taxe ui,
armafto defend lhm""lv. ngilnal rebt ly
ranny On on1) otrailnn, win n lti mjuUUorti
were rctc-rlcd aa coining, even tb women
aeiz' d arrrn lo defend thema vrt. The national
Iroope are triU-ii to every hoapltalily whicli
tho town nffrrdi, and the people .late they will
go away with Ihe gtmtionla H Ihey leave, but
meaaures have been taken lo rnllv prelect
them. ' '
liame eighty of Ihu inb ililtnnla or t'enundlna
have returned lo lh"ir hom-e.
The newa of our t j iSr'.f hid grfally rt jolcd
our troop., and inv rsd Ih'm wilh renewrd
Hiicrgy.
ThBgunboittlUen'. hd b'ee UO milra tip
tbe Ht. Jnhna lirer.btyond Jack"oiiville, moi
ins with nn onncillon While dam w,-r di
played by the inbabllanls, who claimed hiapro
lection.
Thcub"! al(amerSt. Marv'aandviinht Amer
lea were alao found sunk, but Capt. Steven, of
tne vaama. was ra'atng mem
I'cnadCola has been evacuated. Including aim,
ForLa Birancaa and Mcllae, and the rebel an
nounce the entire abandonment of Florida. Tbo
trorpi raieed In Florida bad been ordered off,
uui tnry teiama to gi.
Geo. t5bcrmAu bid itfueit n prot.Iamitlon Ut
the people of Florida, In which he plated ibnt
Iho troops of Ibe Untied Stale hid come ti
prpt'ct loyal cllizn nod tblr properly, and
enable them In reu-rifale Iheir government
A'l loyal people who leturn or lemain at their
home, In tbe quirt ptirauit ol their lawlul nrti
cations, el all be prolrc'ed io all their couelllii
llonal right The tt) delre and inlenllon of
Iho Gnvernm"nt waa lo lotlnlaln the Integrity
of lb? Coii'tilntlnn and laws ncd reclaim Ibe
.tatei revolted Irom the national allegiance to
their lormer prosperous condition
Ue espreaae great hatlifdctiou nt Ihe ovi
denceiol loyally, and rccommtnda Ihe cltl
zens to naaemble In (heir ciliea and lowoa and
preclrcta, and I brow oil tbo ahant govercm-n'
forced upon them, and awear true fidelitv acd
allegiance lo tbe Constitution 0f the Unil'ti
States, orgau7e 4 Stale Government aoil elect
ofllcers In tbe good old ways of tbo pan'. When
this Is dooe he predict a return of pioaperoiM
soil happy limte, Immunity fiom want aod
itifferlng, and tbe erj-iymcnt of the frnita nl
honest labor and Ihe aweeta of happy homes,
and the oonaolation of living uuder wiae and
lalutary laws, duo only to Mi indcatrloua and
law abiding poplp.
At a meeting ol the loyal citlana ol Jack
snnvllle on Ibe 20ib, a deilaration ot rtgbl'
and a protest and revolutions weio uoanlmoita
ly adopted, to Ihe following tflVcl:
That no State baa 11 conalilutional rizbt In
separate from Ihe Unilril Stales That the act
of srecesion adopted by the Slate Convention
nl Horidn la aoid, being io cnnflltt ilh th
Constitution, aud nrvir haviog been submitted
lo the pioplefor ralilrtlinn. That Florida is
an integral part til the United State, subjoin 10
ronalltulional jurldiction, and it i believed
that Ihnuaand. nl h! citiius hail wi'b jov the
reslorullon ol tlm U'lvrrnmcnt, bnnglrg ilciiv
erance from thelrrror ofau unreirainid mill
liry deapolieni
They prolc't eeal11.1t alj Ibn ,Lt rud ordi
nances ol the convention s'a ilnpnviiig ibeiu-ol
iheir rlgbls is cilient ol Ui.lItrrtsrStatei
against the dr-rpoliam which denied frordom ol
.peech and cf Ihe preaa; against tbe contrlbu
lion" f m'inny, property and labor,and military
enlieluienU loiced upon thtn' againet Ihe ly
ranny which tlcniauda tbo abandonment of their
bimeaand properly and the cipoaure ol their
wivea and children to alcknia, deelitution ir,d
famine and untold ml?tay; against the bar
baroua policj wbi,h eend brutal soldier to
pillage and hum pioperty and destroy lilo a a
puniabment tni rrniiinlng in Ihir hoime, and
Hgilnat the Gevernment which IhreiUna lo
brand thtm becauee iliey will not I imely aub
mil to ucb indigiii i t.
Hiving been 11 'i.rd tnnu ukIi dugi'iainl
iudigniiie and restored to the (lorernmool of
tbe United Mali', and the rcigu ol tenor htv
ing paaMd, it now become them aa loyal cltl
zens to ralee up and stale thai ihe State and
Government ilemind that a convention ot all
loyal cillens be called forthwith lo 1 rzani.'n.
tat government of the riULe ot llutidn Aii,
that Ibn chlel ol the military ilp.ai liinot or ln
United Slates be rtnuei-leil lo retain anlllcient
Inrco lu iniininln oirfor nnd protect Urn people
In their piraona nnd propeity.
Later fioiutlie Gulf Const.
'Iieiailniu aKiiiu.l Met. Oiliana Ilea. Jr
KlrliiK lunril Itfiin III. Iltail ol llic
laaraoi tlie .llleat.liil Itlvei.
Nfcw Yoiis Much 30.- The gunboat IInmU
vllle 111 rived this cvining lioni K'yWeil,
which place ete l.lt nn the 23111 lnl
The atenmera N'lugani South ChkiIIiu Mo
hawk, Water Wllch, Marion, and el;lit iiiln-i
vesla, were at Key Wekt
The prle Magnolia would Mil lor Noa
York on the 21lh Innl Th ehlp Nightingale
sailed on Ihe 21at fir Tnriugaa and ihe Pafsti
Advlccairom the Miaaieaippi I'aaan. etale
that heavy Hung waa heard fioni Ihe head ol
Ibe PWeaa, wbiro ttimeol i.iii rcaaola bail gone
The rem tinder ol Com Porler'a Haet bad ill
left K-y We.l log Hut wllh aoverat ol 0111
gunboit
Co islderable col ton is etoied at Ainlabico
li, nnd Ihe place ia delouded by thlrlntn gun.
and 1 lorce 1 f .1,000 reli'd
The M'Mnioi Cujler, ill Key Wiel, Irom lit
aoa, leport tuite a numbei ol lebel leMel'
I here.
The hcullb ol our liooiia at Kev Weal waa
good.
The smtllpox hid broktu nut 111 Hie New
llnmp.blre regimi'nt tit Tortiiaa.
Two of the crew cipluieil on llii el.Miiu'r
Magnolia ii'piiil gieai prop trillion making a1
New Urliana lo icelnl Mm all ukul Iho 1 io,
forcea. Seieral gunboat weie buiblii g md
martial law would soon be pro laime'd
The Bleamcr South Carolina had been ur.
dered to lloaton
Tbe nuntavllle bring JOU bale of colloil
and 237 balea ol tobacco, captured Irom the
rebel
Tbe International Kiblblllnn buildins In
Lonlon has been Insured In tbe Norwich Union
Fire Office for 11100,000, and the premium at
ready paid in Uiuala $13,000. Tbe agent who
bronchi about this neat job nets nearly $ J, 1)00.
Sent Approach of (he Union
Arnky In Southern Tennessee
to Oiat of the Rebels nnder
Beauregard.
Cincinnati, March 30. A special dlipatch to
tbo CXnnmercial, from Indlsnspotls, says that
General Buell has assumed the command of
our lories, and at Ihe latest advices was within
fifteen mile of Beauregard's army at Cotloth,
Mlulfeljipi.
Morgan's rebtt gurlila cavalry band cap
tured another tram on Ihe Louisville and Nash
ville railroad on Fridty. Col. Corwln Pope, ot
ivuuiuokj, was iasen prisooer, witn it lewotner
Federal Blccra. Tbe lecomotive of the Iraln
was run Into a ditch acd Ihe cars destroyed.
'From rVorlh Carolina.
Fottrsuu MoMut., March 2!). -The steamer
Siiwsnce arrived here this morning from New
hern, N. ()., bringing Intelligence of Ihe ad
vance ot Gener I llurnplde on Bnulorl. On
reaching there he fraud that the rebel troop
had III retired In Fort Macon, which they
cnntlqued In hold, though it was said they had
not more than one week's provWooa. The
inhabitants ol Beaufort remained, and there
was no attempt by th' rebeta lo hurn property,
witb the exception cf a rallruad bridge on lh,!
road o Newbern.
All waa quiet at Newbern The town ol
Wa.hjnglon hid been taken poasoeslnn ol with
out opposition
Defeat of a Iteltel llnnil in Mis
souri. St, I.oua Mirch 30. On tho nlgbl ol the
26th inatnnt.a band of from SOU lo 800 rebel
allackod lour companie ol State mlliiia ut
llammar.ville, Polk county, Missouri. They
worn completely defeated, wllh a loss of Rlteen
killed and a large number wounded. Our toe
waa none killed, bill a number wounded,
among whom Captain Stockton and Copgrove
were severely wounded
From ihe article In the tWium&'V,
Bouillon: I'aat, Present and Future,"' by 1'
KiddT, wo learn that Jieaufort, S. C. now In
pooseaalon of tbe Federal troops, waa one of
the haunt nl
Tin: ho"ih rAr.01.iM uotion lajkiw.
Herereslde Ibe Barnwclli, Hcyward,Iiheltr,
(who were lot met ly named Smllli.biil thinking
uiai loopicoptan.cnangeaiiin uneir,jtraaua.
Mean, Sam, Fullers Elliots, Draytona, and
others altogether numbeilng xboul bfty lami
lie, but beating not moro than twenty dlfl -reel
namifl, uhu rulo aud nnlrol Ihe country for
forty miles around Thf a the moat complete
and exclusive approach to "nobility "of Flood
and feeling on nur cnntin"nl. Nowhcie else I-
family pride cairifd I) such aneilenl
Thy look with upercllioiidldln on everv
useful employment awn only the planting ot
cotton and rice. Nothing in auy nl tmr large
iltlea can equal Ihe diaplay ol equipage, with
tbeir pioniaiou nt aerianla in livery, einiblled
on ploannt nftornoor. when the mothers and
ilaughleianf these cotton lord take their ao-
customed airing.
.-mi poweiliuiy naa tola leciing ot exciuaire
ueati prevailed, that no .on or daughter dares
mirryotilol Iheir circle For a long series
of ynra has thia cuUtm prevailed, and lh
conaequeiico la thit Ibe hiolliee above named
are nearly of a common Mood ; and it need
no phyeiclogiat lo tell ua the invariable effect
arising Irom tbl tranegreeaion of natural laws,
on the phyelcal and mental lacultic ol both
eexoa. In such a alate of aociety 1 it atraoge
that Iho present generation should hare grown
np wilh I !aa better nulled to Ihe cat of In
dia ihnu thoe of Itepublicnn America' As a
conaoqiiencr they coneider thoir condition mere
clcvatid thin lull of tbeir neighbor in the
adjoiuingStatoR, and ot almoet Imperial enn
eideratioo. Bui no language can exproas their
bitter contempt lor Ihe p'Ople ol tho North,
more particularly thneeol New Kugtand birth
Ibe author luribei argue lh.ii Charleston la
acilyof ihepaalsnd thit Port Royal might,
in lime become the greatest commercial city
o ihe .South, a position lor which ita Sue bar
bnr and ailvanlngooua loeillon would eml
nontlv lit it
An 1. 1 1.11 THAT Mint I II He. TsH. Ibn liar-
libtirg Trtyrnpli i rt sponsible for Ibe follow
ing ri'rnn.mondation to ihe Committee on Ways
and .MeaiH. Aa .1 meana ol raising additional
revenue lo meet tbeexpenaca of tho war, it ia
suggested that Congress impose a tax ot one
dollar upon every man under sixty who carries
a cane; a tax ol two dollar upoo ladles own
Ing poodle.; n tax of one dollar upon gentle
mn tinder Iblrly, who wear eye glaeaca; a lax
of three shilliuga upon ladies who wear Ihree
flounce, and tor every additional flouna. abovo
three, two s'lilhng-i', a tax of three dollars upon
ladie who weir hoop more than ten leet In
dl under, a lav ol live do'daia upon all prelty
women v, ho wear Veil, and toll dnllirs upon
inly fines thai don'i j a lav ul twenty five cents
upon evey lady who weal mure than a dercn
finger rlnge; a us of bfty u nt upon every,
body who borrow Ma niighbor' newspaper
and don't miba-ilb- for one bimaelf, and a lax
nl two dollar upon overyhody who subscribes
lor a nottepipcr and ilon'i p j (or it in advance,
also, a 1 ix 1 1 one dollar upon very man whn
takes more thin iwentyfive drlnki per
diem, iloenn t gel drunk, aod a lax of seventy
tire cents upon ev ei y cigar which a manemokoa
a d iv. over one hundred.
Mn Ua-vov i I'iituiurM. The liorann bo
atlraelod most itoniion na Ihe S' nilhern com
mlinner, Mt. Mason, wIki had a out in one of
Ihe eido gallano Ho ha ralher a diatin
guleliid air, bold leal, ires, with an aquiline
nuae, blghlnicbead tvhi-h teams higher by his
bnidnea n good r'liiaro mouth, tringe.1 by n
bl irk moin-lacbe, altogether, not 11 man whom
an experienced eye would pas carelesaly over
Singularly enough, hi next neighbor waa a
negro ot the deepen dye, uue ot tbe Ilayti"n
otnbiisay, I believe; at all events, lus muat have
been ol note lo gel u place lu that exclusive
locality Necessity Inlaga fvople intoslriiige
tompanlonablp; and tbe author of Ibe fugiiire
!Te law and the mosl tboioiighgnlng siiiporl
er 11I the Instlltillou under other clrcuni'taucet
would certainly hive been terribly " riled ' l
the box ko-tier who had imbered blm Into uch
disagree ible company. 1 noticed that he II
teoed very uilenlly lo tho speech until the end
of ibe paragiapb relating to Ihe Tronl nflalr
had In en re id and iben be I ild Ma hamla ovrr
his knees, baned ba-k, a id rHwn"d vigorously
a lluiugh ho win- nriihly b md by the whole
Un.inoe (.11 of Ho Mtivh'i'tr Wetkly Kc
;,iet ti, ii lUt mr
Tliotoivrinoi ,,l alaHeachusMlta baa apjiullllnl
iloe'li- lliydon end Amis ot bia council, and
I! s Toiioy end I W briMik. ol Bia-ton, aconi
nilasion to examine plana and contract for iho
a lujilrudion ol a mailed vessel similar to lh
M nilor tor the dcleuco ol that Stale coast.
loiVii. ami llielaiVAL f'irizrs. We learu
that nine nl the ni"ii eniployeil at the cliy gaa
aoika ulliily ri luaed to like the oath ol allu
giame, aying tliillh vhadaivnrn tonipon
Ihe Constitution of the Unilctl states, aud would
not perjure Ihemaolvei, Hlchuiood will, no
doubt, be uiado Ino hot lu hold lheo Yankee
sympathiz 'i a. Tbey bad not been rejected up
ina late hour la-'t evening liuhmond En
ouirer.
The Norfolk iAn 7fuoic says Ihe rebel Coo.
gresa appropriated nearly ball a million ol dol
tars lor liio navy. Half ol thla aum waa spent
105 the defences on Ibn Mllippl and for
the steamer Merrlmac.
He-ape ln( or lb Oallimerenlill Ohti."
tallrn'ad: "' ' ' 'a -
By oufr telegraphic 'cclnmna It Wlll'ha en
that fall valuable adjanet of our city and Stale
Is abcl being rf!loaUy;.xe,kr4 .lonif.
Sines th. twenty foiuthdiyW!iiprsl1-t3E
road fcak not only beeu virtually useless to us.
exoept or trenail local purpoMs, bet tbe Gov-,
emmerj bss, by Its partial destruction, been
deprive I of tttti truly .Immense advantage,
which I waa calcuUbsd, ta ensur. tn th mlli
Isry m iveminls ot, tha past year.
Alcb ugh so long a lima feu. elapsed trice
tbe lln' was closed by tbe Confederates nndar
Gen. J ihnetoo, It Is believed tbst II would have
remained mueb longi r lost to the) country bnt for
lb fortunate change In the policy and condact
of Ihe j War Department Immediately oiTfba
acccsafon of Mr. Stanton. To Ihe credit er that -
excelhjnt public officer, it Is understood that tbo
Erotecllon and reopening of this great ro'ite
etwiln the East and West was one or tbe first
aublecfa to which be devoted Ma earnest md
eHecliye attention. Our citizens anrtthoM of oil
western Maryland and Virginia, to say noth
ing of the producers of the Western States, owe
him a great obligation for thla velnAble Her
vice.
We have for some Una past known alio that
the distinguished Secretary of the Treasury,
Mr. Chase, as well as P-istmaater General Blair,
had riven their 7alous and powerful aid In
advising and urging the goodjfora of getting
our line restored. To these anll-rhlaneil and
jut men a great deal is duo for this timely reu
iuii, nn wuii a-i inr many diner acu anuwing
lh" most lll-eral appreclatlun.cf xhe beat Inter
eals ot Maryland II tifea us real pleasure to
make this public acknowledgment. For the
peaceful results here In Anrll and May last,
afler1 Ihe mob. and the earlv re.tcrittlon of ib 1
direct communication between Washington and
Iho North, througj Baltimore, at that fearful
perlpd, we are largely Indebted to tho two
atalemen we have last named acting silently
out lanuiioiisiy ana eucc-eatuiiy, ior me usppy
solution that ao greatly relieved the general
mlna.
Nor should we. lu 6omrralul illne our nwii
eitlsous and Ihe country at large, upon Ibis
auspicious fact, fail lo render our jml nppte
elation of the remarkable energy and general -ability
cf the railroad company Itself. Ita
iriain aun Qimcuiucs nave truly oeen rormuia
lle, and wc believe are scarcely known to the
man of those around u. SaBlcn it to say, that
they have mosl peraistenlly aod succeaslu'ly
in iintalued Ihe true lulercats of tbeir vaal pub '
lie Improvement, nnd we hope Ihfy will meet
with the continued favor "O fully deservi d
teeth of the Government and tho people. The
road has become vastly more attractive eve
lhan it was before tbe war, nnd we truly hopa
that after Ita many vicissitude ll will reap the
benefit, lu a bualne. way, of the national iu
teret and syinnathv so unirereillv awakened
In its behall, IktU. Aintrivm
Dot-Due Statu Govznavur.- Tbe following
named five State have double-headed govern
ments, some roving and others stationary:
Kentucky -Bcrtah Magoffin nnd Georzc W
Johnson.
Missouri -Hamilton ft. Gambleand Claiborne
F Jackaon
Norlh Carolina Uaible Nash Taylor and
nnry T. Clark.
leonesiee Andrew Johnaon ana Mum G.
Harris
VIrEiuU Francis H. Pieroont and John
Letcher.
The new conalittilion of Illinois, which is to
be submitted to a vote ot the people la June,
cnnlslna the following provisions:
Sec. 1. No nepTO or mulatto (bill mlcratc or
settle, in this State, Uter the adoption or thla
constitution.
Sac. -'. No negro or mulatto shall have the
right of suRrage, or hold any ofTue fsj thla
State.
Sec. 3. Tbe General Assembly ahall can alt
laws necemiry to carry Into effect the provla
iona ot this article.
HitiuAiiiEK Ui-aje.nAi.-i. The following list uf
brigadier general of the Coulederate army,
tho Richmond Lramlner say, has been coa
firmed by tbe Senate in executive aeaaion :
Carter Stevenaon, of Virginia; Wm. B. Tal
lafcrrn. of Virginia; Albert Rut, ol Arkansas
Wm. B. Mackall, or Maryland; Danville Led
belter, of Alabima; John II Flood, of Km
lucky; Robert Ransom, jr., ot Norlh Carolina;
W. S. Featberstone, of Mississippi; T. J. Chur
chill, or Arkaniaa; P. R. Cleburn, of Arkau
sas; Samuel B. Maxcy, ol Tenues-we; 11. P.
Bee, of Texas.
Pi.icm in Vikuima. Hern are sotae bite
from the market reports of the Richmond pa
per: "The prlees or goods In Ihe Valley 01
Virginia and Fauquier are na follows: Liver
pool grouoa slum salt, per sack 01 toree uou n
uuarter bushels, Hi to $10: ner bushel, $12.So.
coffee tl per pound; tea, $4roottona un-a oali
co, It) cents per yard, home hade cloth, ISO;
landles, dip and mould, 25 cent per 1 ainil,
sugar, .l'i to III cents; bacon, all kinds, 2
cents; boot., $12 SO to $15 per pair: ahoes $0
10 , ; moia'scs, si ;.u per gauou. no neeuie
or put Flour, extra. $! family, $KAn; en
perllno, $S.:o Corn, V' porlnrrel "
A NiofitR iv tiik Gats:.. 1 once pa&ed
through a door yard gate al tile South which,
though an Ingenious Yankee Invention, at the
irai lime gave an Indlcillon ol Southern ch ir
actor. The gate wa a common one, sbiu by 1
chain and ball ; but the post to which the 'in
nor end or the ball aud chain wa attained v?..
cataed and painted Into tha likem as of a negro,
with one band raised lo hi cocked hat, and the
other extended to welcome you In. Aa you
opentd tie gale toward you In going u.the
negro pot pointer bent toward you, by u joint
in hi back, fairly lowing you lu. Upon lei
ting the gate go, a spring In his legs " rougbt
hlin tip standing" again, ready lor the uext
comer Tbl faithtnl fellow performed tha
amiable fur bla master for maiy years, without
reward except now and then a coat of paint ;
tint Anally died of 11 rheumatic back, contriH
ed lu hi mater's service.
let. iv Lakk Hi ro. Large qnantltica ol ice
aa l.u aa the i)0 can tench- are etHl visible
on Lake Huron, ua tar up as I'oint aux Marque,
where no water ia visible, which, with Ihsmo't
lavorablo weather, will take some teu daya or
two weeks to temovtt. Al 1 on lirallol me ire
baa nearly blockaded the chmnel to an unusual
heigh!, laird," niu.
On tbe 11th, lh. rebel suldieis in Jeltirsuii
vllle, Fla , being aroused agaiuat a Sir Kvin
Inglon. a commission merchant, and a uatlve ot
he North, lei iilterauce of tre isunabli senti
monta. shot hiui dead iu th 1 atreet Th other
Yankee reaidents were k'llcd while alteiiiplitig
10 escape from the placa in boils.
Aiibblshon Hughe write Irun Rome that
bla hi alib Is much Improved, lie will remain
io the Eternal City until after the festival ol
I'enteocat, the day appointed for tho canonist
ilon ol Ihe Iwcmy line" mirlyr who died In
Japan.
George N SamLr laaiied iv pioclamnlo 1 eomo
two inooihaugu inviting tbe great Norihweit iu
0 , n, Into Ihe Suuthirn Confederacy, l'rciiltce
say.:
" The great Northwest has gone in."
Ubatt Claims It ia elated that ll U proba
ble that claims to the amountol $2,300,0110
will be piesenled nt thu State, Treasury ul
Pennsylvania lor military supplies.

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