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AtpuMwM li at lit northeast oorner of D uv
devtnth srtrott, second oot, em W. D. Bhep
hord'i store. Intranoe on Savants trout.
Wiatsity, April 2, IMS.
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VLUB ma THM DAILY RATIONAL
HssPUBUCAtf ID OLDlKK.e.
A PAPER THAT EVERT SOLDIER SHOULD
We, have been Induced to offer oar dill J pa
pr to soldiers, who shall form club, t the
following low rales :
1 copy, months 11.50
8 copies, 4 months 6.00
10 coplM, 4 monthi 10 On
All oxer ten copies, at the rata of one dollar
ptr copy "for four months.
T- The names mnat always be accompanied
with the money.
a- Write the names distinctly, and give
the company and the number ol the regiment
pm The papers will be mailed to one name,
or the uamei will be written separately, If de
alnL Oil. CURTIS' OltDCR.
The order of Gen. Curtis, directing the liber
atlon of three alavea In Arkansas who had been
employed In tbercbelseivlce, Is (be very firs'
recognition, by any military officer, of the act
pawed by Congress at the extra session of lat
summer, directing that slaves so employed
should be forever free from any claim of their
matters to their labor.
What Gen. Fremont did in Ibat matter, win
to liberate all the slaves of rebel", without
reference to the employment of such Blares In
THIP TO rORTIlMS MIMKOB.
We bave conversed with' a gentleman who
went down to Fortresjt Monroe with the part
who left bare laal Saturday and returned yrster
day, and we will give the principal Incidents ol
tbe trip aa related to us:
The party consisted or Vice President uam
lln, with his wife and daughter j Senator Hale
Chairman of the Naval Committee, with hi.
wile and daughter; Senators Wilkinson, Sher
man, and Anthony; Representative Train
Itaaaachusette, Vsrree of Pennsylvania, Porlei
oi Indiana, English of Connecticut, Wadswortb
ol Kentucky, En-Governor Seymour ol New
York, Hawthorn, the author, and others.
The party embarked on the steamer King
Philip on Saturday nooa about U o'clock, and
quietly steamed down the river. About 11
o'clock they camo to anchor and lay awhllr(
owing to the define and certain Impediment)'
In the river. Started again early next morn
Ing, and arrived at tbe Fortress about 4 o'clock
A member oftJeneral Wool's altff came out
to meet them, and took the whole parly into
the Fori, and lolrodaced them all to General
Wool, who escorted them about the rampart
of that famous stronghold.
They then returned to tbe veioel and slept
The next morulog the Vice President and
Senators breakfasted with Gen. Wool In tbe
Tbe whole parly then visited Newport New,
where they wcro received and presented In
Gen. Mansfield. Spent a most Interesting hall
hour there, during which Gcnrsl Unn-fi-ld
showed the party how narrow an escape be
had during the recent naval battle. A Utg
shell came through the elde of hU headquar
ters, and knocked an inkitand, which he bid
just placed on tbe mantel, to Ibe wall. Had
he b' en a moment later In bis movement bis
own head would have met the fate of the ink
At this place the parly weru reinforced by
Col. Bendlx with his (tall and One regiment
al band, which discoursed delightful music
the rebal service This was done, of course,
under hi. e.nerml no.er. a mlllbtrv com during Ibe slay amid these Interesting scenes.
mander.and not In execution of the special I'llnee Da Jolnviile also Joined the parlj
OEM. KOOKXR'l UKDBKllsETV "tsUi
' ( HJOITIVKf, ) I j
In the House of Representatives, yortcrtey,
Ur.nurcaiitf.of Ohio, mbmiUed the following
resolution, which,' undercut objection, dldtot
come up beforo the Houe :
Whereas, Brtg. (Jan. Rooker, commanding
division of the army of lb United Stales,
lower rowmao, a., on we bw r oi hhw,
1861, Issued an order, or which the following la
" HgiDqciarxM Hooua'a Divisioy,
Camp-Baker, Lower Potossao,
March U, 188?.
To Brigade and Reglmantal Oommandara of
Messrs. Nally, Oray, Duramlngton, Dent,
Adams, Speake, Price, Poray andColsy, cltl
ini of Maryland, bave negroaa supposed to
be with some or tbe regiments of this division.
The brigadier general commanding directs that
thav ha narmltted tn vl.lt it the camna Of hla
command, In search of their property, and It
touou, toat tney Da auoweu to into pvs.aiuii
or the same, without any interrersne what
aver. Should any obstacle be thrown In their
way, by any officer or soldier In tbe division,
tbey will be at once reported by the reglmai tal
oommandara to these headquarters.
By command or Brig. (Ian. Honii.
Asst. Adjl. lien."
And whereas, by direction or Brig. (Ion. Din
Itl E. Sickles, a report was nude in relation to
said order id" lien. Hooker, or whloh the r-l-lowing
Is a copy:
"IIiiDqc'KS SW.UKD Kcu't ExciLMua Baiutni,
Camp Hall. March 37, 186J.
LlanrNiM-: In compliance with verbal dilu
tions from Brig. Uen. D. K. Sickles, In report
a. to tbe occurrence at Ihie tamp on the after
noon of the 'iuth InsUnt, I beg leave to submit
tbeMlowing: At about 3 30 o'clock, P. M.,Harnh
Hlh, I'M,!, ailmlulon within (mr lines waa ile
mandsdbya paity or horsemen, (clvlllaua.)
numbering perhaps arieen; they presented tl.e
Lleulonant Commanding the guard with an
order or entrance from Iltlg. Hen. Jaa. Hooker,
onromandtug division, (copy appended,) the
irder stating that nine man should be admitted.
I crdered that the balance or the party should
ramaln without the lines, which waa done.
Upon tbe appearance or the mhera there waa
visible dissatisfaction and considerable rour
muring amongst the soldiers, tu so great an en
lent that I almost reared ror the safety or tba
slave owners. At this time (ien. Slcklea nptior
tuiiety arrived, and Ulrutted me toorderthera
ulslde the camn. which I did, amldiit the loud
cheera ot our soldlera.
It la proper tnadd, that before entering our
lines and within about seventy live or one
hundred yards or our i amp, one or their num.
ber discharged l n platol shots at a negro, who
waa running paauneni, aunan etiuentinimi
act of Congress referred to,
Gen. Halleck, somo time ago, issued one ot
his foggy orders, whlcb, while it showed that
he had read the act of Congress, showed also
that he misunderstood it, or rather that be
choose to misunderstand it. Tbe upshot of hi"
order war, that slaves coming within tbe act
should not be surrendered to the owners, but
be worked In tbe quartermaster's department
The liberation of a slave, waa altogether more
than Gen. Halleck could endure.
No recognition of Ibe existence of the act of
Congress referred to has ever been manifested
by the President, or by any ot his Cabinet, so
lar aa we recollect, with the exception of an
lion ol taking hia life J Ihls Justly enraged our
.11 ol wmrn l. re.pncuuiiy Buomiueu.
Your obedient servant,
order Issued about two months since by Gov. " b" ma wh ,lwP bencalD lhl,e
Cab a i-l Ita tsaaiuuit In alaeaa Auatilfiit ftAm Vls. 1 lUlul.
usnsiiu iu injnrbi tw otoai so omiiuBj iiutu aa
glnla Into this District. This order prohibited
their arreet, upon tbe ground that tbey were
within the category of those liberated by Con
gress. Aa a matter of fact, some of tbcm arc,
and some of them are not. Gov. Seward's
order, however, does what la sometimes called
" luasfanfiat justice," and at any rate, It has tbe
merit ol being an executive recognition or tbe
fact tbat Congress had provided for the libera
tion of anybody.
All the slaves employed, with the consent ol
their owners, in erecting rebel fortifications, or
aa servants, laborers, or otherwise, In rebel
armies, are to-day free man, by an act of Con
gress, the constitutionality of which Is indliput
able. This la the law, and nothing is needed
but " (As cnforcmml of the laws." The brave
Gen. Curtis baa begun tbe good work, and we
hope he will find imitators.
Not long after this parly lelt Newport News,
some of thi rebel tugs which were lurking
around in eight began to lire Into tbe forllllca
The parly Iben went on Iroird the lar famed
Monitor, and were shown all pirtnf that nnhle
sea niensUr, with all her admirable powers lor
destruction. They alio went on board Ibe Mln
neeote, a tessel po'seving historical interest at
Tbey saw tbe ruins ol tbe Congress and Cum
bcrland. The remnant c( toe ' s.srs and strip'.''
are Mill waving over the former vessel, while
the wind-i are whistling tbclr rad requiem orcr
At all these different points the Vice I'll"!
dent's salute of screnlrco guns were fired, on
the appearance and presentation of Ibe parly.
The wealber on Saturday and Sunday, It will
be recollected, was somewhat Inclement, but
Monday and yrsterdsy the party enjoyed thilr
return trip with clearer weather. The occasion
waa one ol those delightful Incidents of li'e
long to be remembered.
Tbe entire party express their pleasure and
enjoyment of the trip, with a great deal of en
thusiasm, and no doubt tbe Congress-tonal del
egatlon obtained a valuable insight into army
And naval malterr.
Major Cuniinandln becund Reg't. K. B
to l.'enl. J, I., r.uitit,
A. P.O. and A. A. A.Oeneral."
Therer.ire. lietotced. That Ibe Joint bale-;!
(Jfimmlttee on the conduct ul Ibe war t re
que.ted t" Inquire whether said urder or (Ien.
Houker la not a violation! the reuent arltilo
ot war pas'ed by Congress and approved by
lha President, lonrernlng the action of the ar
mr in iha return or rnctttvn slaves, and to re
pert sufh remedy a In lbs Judgment or the
rrimrain. will prevent tbe ls.ua ol .miliar or
ders, which, white they outrage tho feelings ol
loyal oni era anil men, necessarily icuu iu uo
moraine Ibe army.
The Jura, which has arrived at Portland with
Liverpool dates to March 20, reports that tbe
Preatdeot's emancipation measage, ol March 6,
had just been received in England and attract
ed mncb attention.
Thu Liverpool Post saja :
" There can he no donbt that it will have an
incalculable effect In Europe, and that the
effect will bn moat favorable to the Northern
The London 71mes says :
"It Is ths most Important news received
trom America since tbe spill. The President's
avowea object is to recover to tbe union tbe
border States, and tbe proposition Is Import
ant, not ror ita Intrinsic likelihood ot accept
ance. but slroDlv because tt la a DroDOr-itlon.
and la the Aral bid madj) towards pulling an
end to the war. We may hope that olbera may
follow, and that the Xortli may gradually rise
In Its offers until something acceptable haa
been put rorth.
" Iu every point of view, tbe proposal or the
President gives great scope for speculation,
and perhaps some glimpse or hope, but It 1.
ror what It may herald, not ror what ft ts."
There never was anything plainer, than thai
the Government or tbe I'ulon had only to do
something which would appeal to the antl
slavery sentiment of England and of Km rope,
end that from tbat moment all danger of foreign
Intervention in favor of the Southern rebellion
would be at an end. Tbe President's message
of March C amounts to Ibis aomethlng which
waa wanted, and its effect will be, as the I, v
erpool Post strongly expresses It, "incaieui'j-Me."
The aristocracy of England are pro slavery,
bnt the popular masses there and throughout
Europe have an Intensity of detestation for
slavery, which is wholly unknown In America,
where long familiarity has taught so many to
first p'ty and then embrace It.
Tbe Huntaville (Ala.) Aduocalt gives the fol
lowing sketch of Mr. Vancey'e recent epeech in
Mr. Yancey says there la a very strong pre.
judlce in all of Europe against the houtb, In
consequence or an erroneous Impression which
urevaila In reference to lha in.tltutlon of .la
Yerf. There are many persons In Kurops wbo
c-puaiuer ioq ouuinern people semi Clvllleil
and believe that negroes are raised upon the
plan that stock Is."
This European hatred or prejudice, or what
ever It may please people to call it, in respect
to slavery, will always be available to tbosa
who know how to use it, in repressing the am
bltlpus schemes of the oligarchy In this coun
Tin Navr. The Port Royal correspondent
ot tbe N. V. Trilmm says :
" I do not know of one instance in which a
naval commander has disgraced himself by tbe
surrenderor a fugitive. Whyshoul! it have
been unkuown Iu one sorvlce, and shamelully
frequent in tue .uner'"
The question, m lar aa the navy Is concerned
Is eaally anawertd Mr, Wmxm), at the very
commencement of this war, Issuod precise
orders covirlng tbe who'e case, and conforma
ble to law and common sense, tbat negroes,
like everybody else ut tbe .South, should be
conquered, If enemies, or received as friends,
if they olfered themselves as such. It Is bo
cauw tbe Secretary has been right, tbat the
practice of the navy has been rigbt.
Rimi. FoniKSINTiNNhsjH!:. In bis unfna.e
of February 20 to the rebel legislature of Ten
neuee, Gov. Harris says that ho had organised
since May, 1801, filly-nine regiments f infantry,
one regiment of cavalry, eleven cavalry bat
tallons, and twenty iodcpeulent companies
(principally artillery) This is equal to about
sixty seven regiments, and upon Ibe liberal
estimate of six hundred to a rtgiment, would
make a force ol 40,200 men, which la five per
cut. of tbe total while population of Tennes
see. It is not probsbie that that State ever
bad so many as 40,000 men iu nilitary eerrke
at any one lime.
We observe, in this connection, Ibat uulea.
some advance is nude upon tbe en.my in that
quarter very soon, bis reported numbers will
asmme proportions truly tearful It was said
ueek ego that be had 70,000 at Corinth and
an equal number at Decalur, and It is now
said that upon the whole of bis new line Irom
Decatur to Island No. 10, be ha. 200,000 tt e
presume tbat some of the spies wbo reported
upon bis numbers last winter at Manassas, have
been trantferrrd to tbis new It-Id of service In
Where there 200,000 mn came Ire m is not
ettted Tbat tbey cannot come, in any consid'
erable digree, Irom Mississippi, Alabama and
Louisiana, Is apparent from an inspection of
the ceo.jis tables, while Arkansas and Texas
are fully occupied wilt preparations to resist
SiMiTuUa. We publish elsewhere, to-day,
the resolutions ol sn Upshur (Va.) county meet
ing In lavor of emancipation. The paper. In
Western Virginia which we see, take that
gnucit and are very euvere upon their two
Senator., Messrs. C.rllle and Wllley.
The Wiillabwg (Va ) lltrttld says :
' Without tbe negro, our Senators are not
much ; with the negro, Ibey manege to make
At the same time wllh the vote to-morrow
In Western Virginia upon tbe constitution ol
Ibe proposed new State, Ibe arrangement is to
have a voluntary vote upon tbe question of
The mail contract' rs now here from Ken
lucky report that Garret Davis, Gov. Wlckllffa,
and Ibeir aisoclalee, mlirepreseht Iheir cor.
stituents. Tbey say Ihtt Kentucky Is in favor
of the President's policy, and that Davis, Wick
liffe, and others ol that stamp, are worn out
pollitlclani, who bare been hawllng in lavor
of slavery for forty yi ars and are now too old
to learn anything new. There is likely to b
a " Voung Kentucky" as well as a " Votiog
VcllMT.U GtN. bHIKMM'n WuUMI Dr
Harvey l.lndsey, wbo went up to Winchester
with l-ecretary btanton, relumed on Sunday
morning. He visited the hospitals und found
the uoundorl soldiers in aa good condition a.
oould be expected. Ile also examined the
wound of Gen. Shields. Tbo wound Is not dan
gerous. It Is a simple fracture of the left arm,
being more ot a flesh wound tban anything
else, as tba ball fortuuatcly struck tbe Hesby
part of the arm la the most favorable place for
such a wcund.
A lltionnolaanic to ilrua.tvlck anil Da
Ufbclal dcpatibes bave been irctitid by
6tg cheer Dupont, giving the details of the
vl.ita ot vessels or the fl-el lo llrunswick and
Darlen. The former is a port of entry of Geor
gia, on Turtle river, eighty miles S S. W. of
Savannah, while Darlen 1. on Ibe lift bank of
tbe Altamaha river, tu tbe same Slate, sixty
miles S. W. or Savannah. Our forces landed
at Brunswick without any show of opposition,
and boi.tcd Ibe United Stales Hag over tbe
Oglethorpe House. Tbe (own was entirely de
serted, and neaily all tbe property taken away
Commander Gcdon, In describing the events of
Ibe expedition, says: ' Fire, had been burning
about us; but I believe it is the brush being
consumed; nor haro 1 not!cr.d, as far as the
people aie concerned, Ibat tbey are willing to
follow tbe advice ol Toombs and Uobb, by
placing the lurch in the bands ol the children
to ccnuime tbe properly. All thai is dou In
that way seems lo he done by order ef tbo mill
lary commanders who bave no local interest in
the neighborhood "
Darien was also fo-ind ina similar condition.
Com Godon, In snollier place, says, "wc vinlod
a number of plantations on St Simon s Island
But with one exception, all were deserlid,
through sometime previous, fifteen hundred
Iroops were quartered there."
K.Mt.ura ot Tilt Goluks Circle The cr
respondsnee between ex.Presld'nt Pierce and
the Secretary of State was communicated to the
Senate yesterday. It appears tbat a loiter bad
been sent to the Government, saying that the
ex President was a prominent member of that
treaonable nrganizitlon. He is indignant at
the chatge, and avows that tc never belonged
to any secret league, society, or association.
Goon Nlttd No I'is.sts Itsqinttu in On MB,
to Cross tub Puio3Uc'.lt will be seen, by a
reference to the official order in our advertising
columns, that Gen. Wadsworlh has annulled
the order nqjiring permits or passes to cross
the Potomac. No further restrictions arc to be
made upon irade la this military district, ex
cept as to liquors and articles contraband of
war. Tbis will be good news bi all tbe citizens
of Ihls District, as welt as strangers wbo visit
the cliy, as the trouble of getting passes has
been very annoying.
Tiifc Wooiitv Uimi A subscilbcT writes us
" There is a dispute as lo the stalemeut which
has been mado several times it your paper, to
ihe i tlect that tbe worka ol tbe rebels at Cen
terviile and Muna.u. were mounted by wooden
vim.. Will von Inform vour readers what avl-
dence you bave upon lfii point!"
H'e made the statement upon tbe authority
if an eye wltnes., an (-member ol Congress,
copying Lis memoranda made on tbo spot,
Tbe "committee on tbe conductor tbe war,'1
who personally examined, through a sub com
mittee, ought long ago titiate made a report
upon this particular subject.
TitK huuiTKDVk-n CuKriHCiTi-i. The very
Important pBrt In tbe finances of tbe country
which tbe certificates of indebtedness play can
be appreciated from the fact thai, In fourteen
days, $.10 JJj,00U of tbem were Issued iu satis
faction of pressing claims upon tbe Govern
ment. The payments were as follows :
First day. $I'JS,0U0; second day, 1(,7,0(I0;
third day. $718,000; fourth day. .iU.OOll, Hub
day, .1M,000; sllb day, $U0,U00; seventh
day, $100000; eighth day, $j8l,000; ninth
day, $787,000; tenth day, $2.1 trj'J.OOO; eleventh
'lay, i nun; tweuin uay, tiuouu, mirtecniu
day, $J1(, OUI; fourteenth day, $1,001,000.
John Jivsti Wo were Informed last night,
by a reliable person, Ibat Mr. Janney, wbowos
President of the Virginia Convention, wben It
passed tbe ordinance of secession, has laken
the oath of allegiance to Ihe United States.
jfTTivo hundred und twenty six deaths
Irom all causes wounds, uccldcnts, and dis
eases-bavo occurred in the force under Gen.
cjbsnuan in tbe period of four months and a
totfjelnce it lelt Annapolis for Port Royal,
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AFFAIR UP nVER
The MsWay Makes Mis ippeariHce
STsusatrnu, March 31. To day, about 2,000
Confederal! madeth1rrpperane twe ilea
beyond our picked. I The. nearest regiments lo
them drew op 'la )IW Whittle and walled,
their attack, declining to go beyond the lines)
bnt the rebels did not make any attack.
Yesterday the latter threw several shells Into
the camp of the Twenty second Massachusetts
regiment, but were nbseqmeiitl driven ff b J
wo appearance or au aavauce.
GapL Savsge. of the MassachoMtli Twenty
second, and a companion, were 'yesterday rid
In? out. and naaalDZ brvond our lines, bv acci
dent came upon a party of 'rebels, wbo (red
upon Ihcm. Capt- Savage was thrown from
his horse, when both . he and his companion
took lo tbo woods. They fhslly found their
way back to tbclr camp during the nighty
JitlUtary ritntral of Ihe llhodc
lWtnracc, March Dl.-The display at lli
military funeral of .Col. Slocnm, Major Ballon,
and Capt Tower, was very Imposing. Bust
neaa waa generally suspended- Bulldirgi ware
hnng In) mourning. Flags were draped. The
chartered companlts, and tbo National Guard,
ol this oity, and corapanlra from several town.
In the State, Gov. Spragne and bis staff, and
Lieutenant Governor Arnold, formed the escort.
Thebodlra of Ihe deceased officers were borne lo
Grace Church Cemetery, where Bishop Clark
read lbs burial service, and volleys were llrrd
over the grave. After Ihe funeral tho soldiers
were reviewed by ibe governor on tba Dexter
From Kortrcs Monroe.
BiLTtuoRk, April I, (from Fortress Monroe,
March 31.) -All quiet here.! OapL Keavtrof
the aionautlc department, makes a balloon re
connolssance this afternoon, Ike first of lie
kind made here since la.t summer.
A boat containing Ire wl j.known secession
ists waa captured on Jme riser, kbpfss New
port News, yesterday, transporting 'produce
and stores for the, rebel at my.
U i i 1 1 f
Pur so ii Ui o willow's Ilook.
Civc'ismti. April l.--l'arson Bownlow till
accepted a liberal i fW nfCbilds, Ihe Phll.iM
puia putiii.ner, ana at ina rerion a rrqueu, a
copy ol hi. book will be given to tbe editor ol
every paper sn that they can see what It coal.
I j bu luyal in S ce.lulom.
1 rem lbs Msr of latl evcalrg
Nu Uiillntss In Wall lo Dine let Sin Km
iVdintinl Lombard and a seigoint major with
five privates of Ibe Eighth Illinois cavalry,
were grauueu ity a portion oi tnc privates oi ice
Priucu William cavalry, at a farm house near
Rappahannock river, on Sunday last. That Is
wbal Ibey get lor looking lor a dinner -a vl.lt
lo Richmond, In tho tobacco factories.
Somo of tbe numerous vltluxt- members ef
Congrcsr, senators and others looking at Ihe
.Igbts sround Manassas auri.ilull Run, will
perhaps lied themsMve ciplnred and carried
off by the guerilla binds of Confederates scout
ing around, waiting to pounoe. down upon 'all
JTroua the ltpplismnock
A gentleman just arrived from I lie Rauna
bannock reports that white Major Van Stein-
I TuaasinT, iirll l,6x7i
hsuser, Capt Oellicbcr and Capt Camp were
out on duty,- Ibey were surprised and taken
prisoners br tho L'tilsitna Tigers Captain
Mu.lad.r has also been taken prisoner. Lieut
Col. Clailish and Capt. Konlg, ina klrmsb
recently, killed two rebel officers, secured their
horses and brought Ihem into camp. The forag
ing parly with whom lliy were, wcured thirty
wagon loads of forage. Skirmishes are repre
sented as being ol frequent occurrence.
It is ecld tbat a seoct meeting of the
Tho first territorial legislature foi Dakota "M WM bM ' l'lr'" Court House ou
met at Yonkton on the I7lh Inst Wednesday evening.
air Plnson In London
Lxtraot from a private letter,
Lumiov, March 18, let I.
A curious Incident occurred tho other night
during tho debate in tbe Commons on the
American blockade. Wben Mr. Lindsay, in
Ibe course of hi. speech, made some ngjsrks
not complimentary to Mr. Siwatd, they were
received llh some applause In one part or the
House, as was natural enough; but a member
on the non-applausivn btnehes was a little sur
prised to hear an Irolalml loud exclamation ol
approval. Turning instantly be suio that It
proceed t from an rclted gentleman in (he
gallery. On inquiry, he learned tbsl Ibe ex
cited rlaqiieur ol Mr. Lindsay was Mr. Mason,
Commissioner In waltlnj or Ibe Confounded
SlaUs f.f America. Tbat a foreigner admitted
to tbe Hou'o by lourUuy should sn lar have
forgotten Ihe decencies and propiicllep, haa x
cited not more surprise tbsu lodtgnalioo among
the number., as tbe story sriouds But, I
guess tbe gru s impropriety of hi. rowdy am
will he overlooked, II we suffer Jeff. Davis In
remain at R'chmnod A tew more Tlctorlrsnn
our pari, and be will doubtless retire nf bis
own accord. In ' hide bis dimlulsbed (JietL "
Tlat m) old und practiced a parllamtotarian
and man of the vmld should have exploded
bis delight over so small a ptene of cruulort a.
a little disrespect to Mr.Si waul, reems lo pruvf
anything but Ills calm conli lence In Providence
aid things. As a perusal ol tba report ol the,
dtbale, however, will show you, If poor Mason'
waa lo applauds at all, Ibe opportunity be
re7-, plight as it was, wai the licit one ot tbe
Ai.b.scv nm th Rti.iri oi Hoi.uiLiia hiom
Maims- The Sinle of .Maine has appointed
I) 'iter A IIaklns agent loi tbat Stale, to re
t I, i u.1 I. ui-- '
lirve an nivalin or ui'teK&llUHS BOIUiers ueioog-
log to tbo Maine regiments, that may arrive in
tysw Voik. Mr. Hawkins's oflice Is at No. 10
Wall street, and all such soldiirs are requested
to apply there loi asul&lame.
fTlii new postmaster at New York, Hop.
Abrsm Wakemau, entered upon the duties ol
bis new posi lion on Monday I ul. He proposes
to thoroughly and complexly reorganize Ibe
" letter carrl-r.' d.prtmnt," so that the cltl-
"nsmay rec-iv ihelr l'tltrsiu all parts of tbe
city without delay.
StT- The Chlcage TViduue says that " un In
vitation lias bei-n sent to Mr. Phillips to repeal
bis b'Cluru on Ibe war, in Cincinnati, op bis
return Kul, and ne will d)so, when woe Let hie
thu wretched toolol tbe Mate drivers, that dans
asMtil Irea .peecb Mr Phillips will probably
comply with the invititlon."
Tut Lou The entire National luss.rtault
Ing Irom Ih" bailie ul Wii-(K(?r, Is one bun
died and liftern killed on Ihe .pot or who have
since died ol their wounds, lour hundred and
lorly one wouuded, and twenty lour missing.
S-imiu lit Cusis ut DtAiu It slated thai
Cspt. bluymsker, of Ihe Iowa Second, and fu-
merly or ) ork county Pa , came to his death
al tho Utile ol Purl llunidaon In a singula
manner. A bullet struck M prckct knlle,
shivered it to pieces, jnd drove ihe blade lulu
his body, o that It aw!l not the bullet severed
tbe artery, Ibu rupluio ol which caiiml his
dealb. Pieces of lbs knife were Ibund iu hi.
The Memphis .1y.W ul Urn ilitb, says tbe
Ntw Orleans Vigilance Committee have iiaafd
a resolution denount Ing all who liade In moniy,
to the Injury ol Confederate notes, as traitors ;
and such a course Is urged on tho Mobile Com
mittee of Safety, also. The effect In New Or
leans was to check Ibe demand for coin, ud
tho last .ale. was. at ;'0 per cent less than a
The VICE PRtelDWsT submitted acommi
nlcallou from the Secretsrr or the Interior. In
answer to a resolution or Inquiry, relative to
Ihe slave barque August.,
Also, from the SecreUrv stale, in reply to
a reeolitJo of , tho Httj limanl, end ' t eor-
respondence between the Seen- ir.;ott ate and
er Pi teldsil Pierce, reUU waa Alleged trsav
OBaDM conspiracy. ,
A resolution frum the lloard of Aldermen and
Common Council of the clfy i f Wa-hlngtoo,
remonstrating against n'ut j ciang me qual
ification of voters la tbe Dlslrlot uf Colombia
Resolutions of the constitutional convention
ol Illinois, In favor of the' enlargement of Ibe
Illinois and Michigan canal, and Improvement
or tbe Illinois river, ud In favor of oo opera
tion of tba State with the Government In the
sp' euy construction oi me same.
Mr. GRIMES, from the Committee on tbe
District of Columbia, to which was referred the
act to amend an aet to cr,-ate tbe metropolitan
police 'dWrict for the D strict of Columbia,
reporica toe ssme wttn amenumenu.
Mr. MORRILL submitted a Joint resolution
lor the sdjurtmenl of certain land claims arising
outof Ihe setllementof the northeastern bound
On motion of Mr. SUHNRR. il was resolved
lo direct tbe committee oo the conduct ff lb
wsr to inquire Into the barbarous treatment of
the remains, of or officers and soldiers by tba
relnl-, and lalo the (acta relative to their cm
plotmsnt of Indian savages In tho war, and
report, with if power lo send for persons and
papers, j li ill, , .
Mcsts. hUHM-ni and HOWARD spoke lo
Indignant loTsHr tbcm barbarities.
On mnlioatiDMr. HALE, lljrse resolved to
n.k trom the S'crntarv nl War thn r.nrre.niM'
i-nce between Ibe War Department and Gen
worn, relative to a movement or the army, or
a part thereof, ol which ha has been In com
By Mr. GUIHCI : A bill ror Ihe relief of the
widows and orphans of the officers, seaman, and
marines of Ihe United States shlps-ol war Cum
berland and Congress.
By Mr. WILSON, or Ma.stchurctls : A hill
for the nrgan'z ttlou of the mllltla ot Ihe Dis
trict of Columbia.
BUVEltr IN TUK D19THICT.
Mr. lYItlUIlT having the lloor upon the bi I
for the abolition ol slavery In the District of
uoiumtiia, said ne coma not vole lor Ibe hill
unless colonlxaloi was coupled with It. and
should move to defer i's consideration one
year, b"rietjlDJr' a lea. etoiiooal fe.'llng would
then pervade Congee". II t said the bill he
presented was mat once Introduced by Presl
dent Lincoln, lhn In t' c House; quoted Et
rresmeni ai.ui in mwu irom tne prop li
lion, ol Immed ate abolition, and dwell at length
upon the n.ce-elly of cultivating a reeling ol
ooncill illon and harm my towards thn loyal
men ol the South, while prosecuting the war
rub vigorous singleness ol purpose.
Mr. POMI'.ROY briefly advocated bis amend
ment, opiating the pro licty of compensaling
the own'ra ol .lares.
Mr. FLV5SKNDEN, while giving adherence lo
the Republican policy of non interference wi h
slavery in tun Mates, ap ntPfi in perfect con
sistency of bis acknowledgement that he desired
lo see a parly arise within slave Slates In favor
ol abulia dng Mavery in those State. l was
legitimate thai Ibe Republican psrtv should
seek lo free the Government, aa a Govvrnment,
from tbe Incubus of slavery. Ile did not grant
lo Stales tbe power to recede, and bence did
not regard the Unit n aa dtelroyed, end was
therefore opposed to Mr. bumner's bill. He
.till held to every pledge he hsd ever msda
not lo Ititerlire witn ilm rights or Stale., but
would not I til to strike on every occasion, lo
every constitutional way, nl thu political power
or slavery, lis uopea ina time wouiu com",
miiowiog quietly me success or this measure,
when the tienaUir from Virginia (looking at
Mr Carllle) would irganle u party to abolish
slavery In a State which it bad b-'lil'led, while
K-w Knjland, smaller, less fertile, with less
nslural resources and a smaller population
when tbe Union was formed, had grown com
paratively great, with a IhrH fold larger pop
ulallon. vastly superior In sgrioullure, and In
comparably so In manufaelurce. He (Mr. F.)
could not Interfere even lor the good of Vir
ginia, but he could and should kindly and ur
gintly advise the Senator Irom Virginia to In
terfere In bebslf ol bis own Slate.
Mr. Pomeroy's amendm '.nl was lost.
Tbe quiHllon recurring upon Mr. Clark's
amendment, which Is In the form of a substi
tute Mr. DAVIS offired an amendment to the
original bill, to allow masters to have tba aer
vlce or slaves till their appraised value waa
Mr.HAVM moved to amend, striking out th'
clause selling the segregate sum to be paid a
$300 Lo.t yeas J I, nays 30.
Mr. BROWNING oti-red an amendment tn
tbe amendment, lomake thn aggregate sum paid
$000 in.iesd or $300, and to give Ihe Head
slave hall ol thai sura In addition, on cvid'nc
of his migration to some foreign country.
Ur. WILLKY offered an amendment to pro
vide lor submitting it to the people. Lost yeas
13, nays 21.
Mr. TRUMHULL moved to amend, tu '.
elude front coapeuaillon all masters who
have borne arms or given aid and comfort to
Ibe rebel cause Agreed to.
Went into executive session.
HOUSE OF REPRKiENTATlVKi
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BanoaltafV at Banalo. Niw York
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Depositary at CUle.ro, llllnol.
Depotllary at Detroit, Mlokiian
Dtposltarr at Omaba City, Ktbraika
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Depositary at Omalis, (OlUmorc)
Depoatarr at fall, or ait croli, (Ryfrii
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Depositary at lanlsvills,(Ualdtnas)
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TrNti.fer.order.il to DsDonUrv at f iaeinaa'1. Ohio
r 1 rsnfers ord.red to Depoltaryat l.oatsvllle, Ksataoky
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As.lit.nt In aaurtr, New Orleans, touUlana ' 140,114 74
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Iteponltary st Norfolk, Vlrglnls
Itea-ltary at Wtliutiigtou.Nortti t'aruliua
lVNlury al Mobile, Alabama
IXposltary at Naiilitlil,'leiiiieiee
IXpuaitsry at Oalvcirton. Ttxa.
Dcpwitary at Mtlle Itock, Arksiisn.
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TV, V.-1HIC POLICY O' ssssANCl
The Falrmounl (Va.) Xnlioml gives a full
account of what II describes as a "grand turn
nut'' of tbe citizens of Upshur county, at Buck
hannon, on Ihe 11 ih of March.
Tbe lollowing are a portion ol tbe resolu
tions, which the A'cl'ioni! says " were adopted
unanimously anl wllh the greatest enthusi
That ore. lha i illsi,a of Un.liur Loiiulr. do
endorse and auo.pl the policy reonmmeoded
by tbe present Chief Magistrals or the United
States, (Abraham Lincoln,) In Ills message nl
the nth or Haruo, lealj, to laiogreas, in regaru
lo Ihn emaneloation or tho slaves or tbo border
Slates, as the policy that should be adopted by
loo people or west vuaioi.', ana wo ou now
plsdge ourselves tn advocate, defend and carry
out tbe s.td policy, aa most promotive of our
liberty safely, and prosperity In the Union.
Ibalwa had hoped aod eipsctcd that the
late uonventlnn In trame a oonsiltullon for the
new State, would have given tho people a
chance to eipress their aentlmenla upon Ihe
siililact ot slavery In Ihe proposed newbtate.
And believing, aa we do, that a decided major
Ity of the people art In lavor ( gradual eman
cipation', we therefore regard the action or the
said com snllon as not redacting Ihe will or the
lhal we will open a separate pull buok tor
this inunly. In order to enable tbe people tn
eipress their preferences for or against slave
rr viihtn the nrnposed new Hlata. wben called
sipnn to vote upon tbe proposed uonslllutioot
anu we earnestly invitn our miinw tauzgiia
throughout Ihe proposed nsa dtate, tu open
poll books lor a like purpose.
That ts deprecate and dslest tba insulting
effirla of those who are now striving lo Intimi
date our mimosa bv denount Ina as Abolition
ists tboaa who, lo promote Ihe prosperity or
West' Virginia, and dev.l pe Its natural re
sources, auvouate tun eioiusion oi tne insiitU'
lion ot slavery from the proposed new State.
lly Mr. I'lilUn : Requesting tbe Secretary of
War Id furnish a copy of the Haul report made
by Ihe Uiinmlreioners on War Claim lit St.
Dy Mr EDWARDS: R questing Ihe Atlorniy
General to furnish a copyot bis oplclcn fur
nished mepecreiary oi tne interior, on mo llin
of March laal, rtlatlve.to Ihe laws conferring
pensions on wounded and disabled volunteers,
and children ol such volunteers as die or may
be Klll.a in lue service. AUoptCH.
On motion il Mr. STEVL'NS. the House re
solved llvell i'Ho Committee of tbe Whole, and
resumed the con.ideiaiion orine lax Dill.
Amongst tbe changes and amendment are
Railways and steamboats are required to pay
one mill per mile for each passenger, In addi
tion to one and a hall per cent, on the gross re
ceipts from carrying passengers. Omnibuises
or carriages, whose buslnei s it Is to run hourly,
or at any other slated Intervals ol the day, from
one part or place of a tnwn or clly to some
otbrr point or place In the town or city, or out
Of il, and return, are exempted Irom duty.
Bridge coinpunbs aro rffnedcneaod onabalf
per cent, on their gross receipts. On paid divl
dtnds on railway bunds three per centum. A
duly of Ihrre per centum is fixed on all adver
tisements, or all matters for the Insertion ol
uhlch in any newspaper, magazine, review, or
other literary, scientific, or news publication
lamed periodically or In extras, supplements,
sheets, or fly leaves accnmpauyiog the same,
pay is ieuired ur nclved; tbe return to be
in de oiurfer'i, Intseml of mouIAlu, to tbe assist
aul aMtaior. All newspapers whose receipts
lor advertising are under oue thousand dollars
per annum, and thu circulation of which are
loss than two thousand copies, am exempt from
This duly ou advertisements was very ably
dkbalvd by Mr. UOLKAX und utbei. opposing
it, aid by Mr. BTEVL'Nd und others in lis
Having reached the bid sectluu, tba commit
tee arose, and tbe House adjourned.
Al the late term ol tho Confederate KUtes
DistilU Court, held at Tyler, Texas, a decree
waa entered lor tbe siqueslratlon ol 10,000
acres ol laud, valued at $150,000. In Western
Tcvss Ibe sequestration property amounts to
Tbo family of (Jutmral 1'illow bave taken up
Ibeir residence at Oxford, Mils.
Utuii. Woven. -A Ucrce little rebel lady
writes tu us that if she were to give us a Iran
quel, she would poison It. No doubt of li, but
we are up to all such tricks. We don't even
let, a female rebel, however b.autlful, give ns a
kls.. list sbu might, for the occasion, be ctiri-
log poison upou h.r lips. It It palrfil tuns lo
Have in rcius. qut tne aroee.iiy is nniy one Ol
the many grett evils growing nut of Ibis wick-
I rebellion. 1iuUeilte iout ml.
Hit K Sou. n as - On Kridsv last, the steamer
Louisiana brought to Cincinnati '-"J I sick and
wounded soldiers liom Island No. 1Q, Cairo,
Psditeub, and other places.
A i"il"tal meellnaof Ihe AtlautluTrlegrauh
Company was held at London on tho Hub,
wlieu Ibe dire:tnra' report was adopted Hope
rial views wcru entertaloed, and Lord 1'almcrs
tan was lo receive a deputation Irom tbe com
pany tbo following week.
Thu U. S. gunboats Tuscarora. Ino and Kear
sage were at Algesiraa on tbe I lib ol March.
The lieutenant of Ihe riumter and tbe ex consul
at Cadi. Iitd been transferred from Ihe Ino to
tbe Harvest Home, bound for Boston.
Tbe Nashville correspondent nf tbe Chicago
Timet repi rls, tbat It has been strongly urged
on tjovernor Jobnson to levy a lax on tbe se
cc'Sion anichaoUat Narbvllle ami the vicin
ity to repair tbe brldgrs dt.lrnyid by Floyd.
Seventeen Sunday liquor dealers In New
York were arrested on bund ly last by the po
lice, and taken-liefore a magistrate, who held
tbem to bail lo 1500 tain, for lilal.
Lint Imuiuklc A report ol tho affairs ol
nineteen life Insurance compiiilea dnlog busi
ness in the State of MasatchusoUa, shows that
they bave at riik Ihe sum ot tl.Vi 000,000,
while tbelr uet assets amount lo $i0,:i00,000.
DuniwruiM it MiLwiiKtc. -On Monday
inorntiig last there were stored at Milwaukee
llli.lj.W barrels ol flour, and :t, ill, 132 bushels
of wheal, a larger quantity Ibau Is at any other
point at Ihe West '
A highly Intelligent gentleman, wriiiog to
Ibo Louisville JoumuiI frum I'adutah, says:
' Thu counter revolution has how fairly set in
throughout our district, and Is quite aa lapld
as tbe revolution was "
Sial Kmucnr. Tbo coast ul Newfoundland
Is still firmly packed with Ice The seal fish
ery will be a poilcct failure Ibis tuasuu.
Rulm.su Stock, Tho Pennsylvania Railway
Compaoy now have 'i'i9 locomotives, 3 I Hi
eight wheelid cars, uud 478 four-wheeled can.
Accident. A bov named John Ack. from
Washington, D. 0.. was badly Injured tbis rcor
nlog, at the New York depot, Front and Harri
son streets. He was lying upon a brick car,
whlto somo of tbe employees were movlog a
heavy crate, and not being perceived In time,
il waa shoved against him, Injuring his tplne to
such an extent as to render his removal to the
hospital necersary. i'AU . Jour , 31t(.
A call has been burned in Albany, New York,
for a convention of tbo publishers, editors, und
reporters of the newspapers uf Ibo State, Irre
spective of polltos, to meet at Albany on
Wednesday, April 9, for fin purpose ut forming
a Sta'n orgaobsillon fur mutual protection.
The rebellion In the Orcclan domains has
been shortlived. All the cannon of the In
surgents had fallen into thu hand, of thn loyal
troops, and the Insurgents at Nauplla bad
ssketl lor an amnesty, which was granted.
Tbe number ol Glcuoester, Massachusetts,
lishlng ve-scls lost off George's baok, in tbo
gale nl February 21, was fifteen, and tho num
ber lost January 1, was lour. Ily the loss of
these nineteen vessels one hundred and thlrtv-
elght men wero drowned, leaving seventy
wiuqwg auu one uuuureti ana lorty-seven cnu
drcn to be providtd for.
Tnicrs rax tur Arki. A ineetiog ou bo
half of Ibe American Tract (Society was held
In New York oo Sunday night, ul the church
or lha Pilgrims, at which It was staled that
i0,000 had been expended for the publica
tion and circulation of tracts and small books
for Ibe army.
The French frigtls Caonailu. commander
lloslaiog, arrirrd at itn eaily hour yesterday
In New York, from Yera Crtie, via Havana.
8be mounts six guns, and has a crew of cue
hundred and sixty-two men.
The order of Secretary Chasn, exempting
canal boatmen from tbe ptyment of license fees,
hat gone Into effect on the line of tbe Erie
UciiKtOiKiuo) Miutiiu DisTiucr
Washington, D.C., April I, ltilii.
1. 1'ermita or passes to ornas the Potomao,
within the limits of this command, will no lon
ger be required of cltUsns.
1. lifllcersand soldiers coming from the south
ern slda of tbe Potomac must have permlta aa
3. No restrictions upon trade on tbe Chesa
peake and Ohio canal, or tbat portion of Vir
ginia withlo the limits or this military district,
wtllabe maintained, exuept as tn llquora und
articles contraband of war.
4. No permit will be required Irom tho mili
tary authorities to engage in Ashing In the
waters ol the Potomao and Oocoquan within
the limits or this command.
Jss. J. Wadswcutu,
Brig. (ion. and Military Uovsrnor D.C.
II is thought that Jobo Hell rsu away Irom I checked
laihvllle because he was afraid ol lieiog '
jESrltoptsbllestH Association. Pursuant to
a rfipmt signed by asmeruos aai lubsrs a mcettog of
the Hrpntlloan AmKlatloa or Wath'sgtoa is hereby
appoints! lobe lit d at Temperance HslI.onMON
DAY EVENINU next, at J o'clock, in reference tu
the approaching maDtclpa! election A ru'l attend
ance Is requeued. J. J. COOMBS,
ept 6t r resident
3-Tlto l.aillta' Festival anil rlr sit
I'AIIKblt'M U.U.I, will continue lhl wiik,wlth
additional attraction, ltelrckhatent. or all kinds.
Useful sod r.ooy articles st moderat. prices. Ad
mlttsnce 10 cents sp 1 41
snr Di.ks Plaulallon Hitter..!!. T.
IttOO X It lavlgorstw, stxtogtlient sad porllle.
ths sjriteui, I. a perfect appetiser, and tho most
airecablt and effectual tonic Iu lbs world. It II
composed of ths eelebrsted Callsiya bars, roots,
herbs, sad pstu bt. Croix turn Ptrtloularly
adlptcd to delicate female., cures Dyspepsia and
Weakness, sad I. just tbe thing for ths cbauges of
eaaors hold by all grcten,druggi.l., hotels, and
salooa. r. II. DIIAKK & CO ,
ap l-3in 1(2 llrosdway, N, V
sur-nptclal Mullv.-Un and titer Tuetdsy,
April !,i02, the trtlu.iou His flslllmore andOklu
llali'oad will commeaos luonhg daily, (buadays
cxoefUd,) lesvlug tot. Stslloa at 7.40 a m , aud
coancctlDg at Washington Junction wl'h Msll
rralu for all parts of Ibe Veit i-iu Wbctllng or
I'atkcrslmrf inrouiu iuiscu wot sua tigg
W 1'. SMITH,
Nashville because he was afraid ol lieiog ' M of 1'rsturortatioa 11. A O II It
caught by somo Boll-hanger. . apl-dtr (uurauiohe)