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HELMROIM'S . HELMBOLU'S
Extract Hucha, Extract Bachu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Bucha,
Extract Bucko, Extract vein,
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mn MtCKKTANO DKUCATK III30KOUU.
trill stvRkr and oki.wai mvwdwrs.
MR WRIT AND HEUCATt DIWRDKtS.
H)R SKCMKrjND DKUCATM WWIDttli
KIR Wltn A HO DlLKATt 0TOJtPIK.V
km .in'nrrAHn pilicatk uitunoiKH.
tOK X'CRKTAUD DELKAT1 BOOHOMr',
A Positive and Bpeolno Remedy '
A Positive and Sveclllo llomody
A Positive and SpecUlo tlemody
A Positive and SpoclBo ltomedy
A Positive and BpecMo llemedy
AlPcmltira and Bpeolno Remedy
A I'ualttva and Speclflo Remedy
ran MKuaiM or rnx
III.ADIIKK, OKAVKL, KIUNKY8, DROrST,
llLAIIUKtl, GKAVKI., KIDNEYS, DROl'SY,
1II.AII1IKK, (illAVKl, KIDNEYS,' niini'aY,
IlLADDKIt. IIKAVKL. KIDNKYS DUOI-St!
M.AIlllKK, GKAVKI., KIDNEYS, DltOlMT,
III.ADIIKK, UIIAVS.L, KIUNHYS, UKUl'SY,
1ILADDLU. UIIAVKL. KIDNEYS; DUOI'r,
t.WGANIO, WEAKNESS, ,
ORGANIO WEAKNESS, ,
And til 0uaa if th Srzual Organl,
fl'l ail Htoian i Ik IkxvaX Offal,
And all fuclies V IAS SatmX Itrgtuit,
An-I aft nuntui if Uu IttaaX Orpaai,
And ail r.imua if On FtxwA itrgani.
And all tHtma r un Sxuol Vrfoni,
Ricee,r.ifuurea,aDd Imprudonolet In Lira,
Kiceai8.KinoRurea.und Imtirudenclea In Lira.
Czcawea, Ef pnstirea, and hnprudanclea In Life,
Kictssea, BxrHttreatand Imprudenolaa In 1,1 fa,
KxceMCK, Ruiosuraafand Imprudancloa In Life,
l2ire,Eip'Murea,and Imprudenelea In Lira,
rttmm wnmmjwt obiu WTMauaa,wi watuiar
if ala or lranaalaa
Frmalei, take no nore PI1U I Tbey are al ao arall
xor uompiaiauineiaraiieuMttx. um
KilmboM'a Kxmct llucbu u a atcdleine whlek'la
rctkctlv Mrasaal la im
T.ISTK AND ODOR, i
Dot immediate In iu action, alvlaa llealtti and Vigor
to id f rame, moom to tne lalld UbccK,and re
storing tb patlrnl t a perfvot tte of
I1K.AI.1I1 AMD I'UKirr. i
ll'lmbold'e Kxtract llurhu la ntt oarad accordlaa
to riiaraucjr ad Cucraiatry, and U Irucrloed aad
TIIK M'31 AVVXW7 PHl'SKlAXa
DtUy ao loiierr. 1'rocart the remtd at once.
L'rw t r little, or alx for tft.
Icpui, 1M Moatk Tenia Mirwt, Phlladetpnlt,
Hetvatc uf UMurlitclpled Deeilera
I rvinjr to paloi off tlieir owa or oihur artlolca of
MUCIIU on the repulaUJn atialacd u
KUMUUU- ftlilAI,! AUMIV,
1 he OrlKlnal and onlr Ornulne.
We dealro tu ran on the
MRRiruF OL'R AhirrUli
1 liclra U wurthk-aa U aold kt mil 'It U4 ratea and
comraUiima, conaeqttcatly paying a ciaob better
WE DEVr COHl'UTHION I
llelmbold'i Kxtractt Bucliu.
Tale no otAtr.
old b Z D.alLHAH
. B. WAITS,
a. n. ERTWIaTLB.
i. ft. MAJOB.
And b all DraigtiDj ercrrwbare.
TUB Union Wit,! BTABJO.
NO MATTKB WHO1 PRESIDENT I
Conwqoeatly, 1 ehail reauu hi Waeniagtoti. aM
oontiaac to puhae my oooapattoei of
MOUSl, HON, AND OUNAMgNTAL
arF Jtk. X XaT 1 X XV Bw tW
OILDINQ la all IU braaChea. Old OLAZINO
t'tompUy attended to. Palatlag aad OTaaaMatma
Cottage t eraltare, In the beet trie. I aim eelliT
tenUon to the PalatJai of Boon and Brlok Walla
All the aloee I erllldoaaohtaputheeheapaal
I ttutelote eoltott the palroaage of my frlaadaaa
fl!"w ciltiena or the Dbtrtol. Faaetaallly urtetl
obflcrreJ, and work done la the beat aaaaacr.
Yob will pleiee mind yoar atope, aad eton at
at. T. PABKEB'B
PalaUog EetabUahment, .
Ho tl Loaialana araaaa (aanh aaaa),
between sixth aad BenaUi eueeVa)
r H -HUraa pal ap free of eharge, ae aaaaL
rpo rnvKNTmia u pawkhtkbu.
I MIINN k CO., praprieton of the SeteatlAj
American, aad ageau rot proaertag Aaerlcaa and
WilA Miilcvm lVara Jfrvrtmoe an IA irtwfneai.
Ilelrr to Hob Jadge Haaoa, Uoa. Joeepli Boll
noa W. D. Blahop, ex-Coairalaatoaara of Patent, ,
aad to more than Blteen thouaand tafeaton who
have hail baalneea doae thrvagh Maaa A Co. 'a rat
Pamphlet of adrtoe cent free by mall.
Tau ot La wa aad Krgelatreae, leo pagae, II aaata
No oharge lor aonaaltatloa, orally or by mall. ,
Preliminary Examination la Untied SlateaPauai
OOlee, 19. 1
Oftcea.No IT Park Row, Hew York; Waahlagtoa,
corner of r aad Sereath itreeta.oppcaue the Paua'
LbONAUU SCOTT A CO.'S I
REPHINI Of Till
i.conarJ Booll h Co , Ntw York, oonllnne to pmb-
wui'ic iimowing icsaiDfr uruwa i enuaic&u, vu I
v aviivwiii Beaaaiaa afagianu a. aawuaafiaaBi
1 h- Ixmdon Uaarterlr. (CotiscnrtUvt) )
I he KdlnburRh Kekw, ( Whfx.)
i i us iivnnon
1 he North lirllkh ltcvlw. iVnm Church. .
i, 1 ho WeHtmintaler Ucrlcw. (Liberal)
6 ItUckwoorl'i JcdlnburKh najraxlne, (Tory.)
1 hcM Vcrloiitcal. My rcprewot tlw tirw jrrtit
political imrUcaol Great ltritain-WUl(r,TorT" and
ICaiticul but potltioa torm only one feaiare or tlieir
chiractir. Ai Orftuii of th most prolbunil wrltn
on Son uoo, laltcratura, HonUUr, tod Ueligton. thtr
itaiid, tw the f ever liave itood, unrivalled tn the
world ol ieUvrP, bclnc oonaldered ladla neniabl to
the fcholar and the proMMlonal mantvrtUIto the In
tclllmit reader of every claw theyfkunWi a more
correct and eatlnfaotory reoord of the current Utera
turc ot the day, throughout the world, than can be
loiMibly obfluued from any other aource.
NKW VOLTJHKS OF TUB
FOUR ENGLISH REVIEWS AND BLACKWOOD
VOMMEXCK JtJLTt 1M1.
KAKLT OOriKS. '
Hi rocelpt of ADVANCKjlHKKTa'irom the
HrllUli publiolten gtvea additional value to them
Ucirlnl,lnar4iQuch aa they can now be placed lathe
hand of Kubncrlbere about aa toon aa the original
For any one ur the four Kevlewfl, per annum $3
toruny Iwoof the lourltevlewa, " 6
torany Ihrtenf the tour Itevlewf,' " T
t-uri.ll lourof the Keviewa, ' " .,,,.8
Kor Hlackwuod'a Magazine, " .....3
Kor KUcltwood and one Kcvlew, .,,,, B
Kor Hlackwood and two Kevlcwi. " " ,,,,, T
vr IHackwood and three Kevlewi," " ,,,,, 8
For Mack wood and the four Itevlewi. 10
I'aymenta to bo made In all eases In advance.
Moucy current In the atate where lwucd will t re.
tiviviu al tar.
A diftount of twenty Ave per cent, from the above
pi ice w I II be allowed to Cluba ordering four or more
coiiicu otany one or more of the above worka. Tliua :
your copln of IHackwood, or of one Hevlew.will be
tent to one addreM for ifl; four ooplee of Uu four
ItcvJewt and lllackwood for aso t and to on.
In all the tvlnclnal cities and towns, these works
will be delivered. KRKK OK POSTiUK. When
pent by tnall, the t'osUge to any part1 of the United
State will be but (vwnfypur eenti a year for " Black
wood," and but fourteen cent a year for eaoh of the
N. 1. '.Tie price In (Ireat Britain of the fire Period
loatfj nbove named Is Hi per annum
Keniitt&nces lor anyofHhe above pablleatlons
moult always be addreMwd, pout paid, to the pub
Ililiera, LKONAKO bCOlT CO , T
dov S3 No M Hold st.t New York.
4Y- T1IF, FINKBT STOCK OP CLOTHING IN
the United States Is now offered at leu than whole,
salt- piios at No. 00 tjeventb btreet, opooelte Post
Oiaof , by J. VV". KEEP,
enavriy uver uut s i t wwy owtii
A It' m"
ALL RAIL FROM JNEW YORK.
'TliliCoaiftanyijiprepilTd to forward all Ua.li ol
goode to and ftota
....Once M Broadway,
Otnoe T Coagrna atreet
ana z uoagreei oqnare,
rniLAQELl'lHA.r-...0Oee Ml Cbeenat atreet.
BALTIHpEE OBee Camden SUUoa,
ALkXAMpR!A'.,,n,.,.Offloa IM Klag atreet,
fAJUlAfOLIS, VOlTIHKSS MONEOK,
lfEkOBT NKVYSIVBT BOTAL,
. Aad tke Boadiem Bloakadlag Sqaadroni,
, Ar'JCAiK HATES.
allotme" T DnAKTa.
TIIKAUAUS ExTFm.S COMl'AXY
to tnajr familiea ataar place on the llaettf their
Exprcaa, at a aharge of
, TWENTY MVE CENTS
Vorlaarraai not eswedlag ITiltjrDollarat aad'a
proportionate additional charge to plaota rcMhrd.
by conaectlpg rtpreaeca.
The reaalRaaoe, wnttliar Oold, Trauiry Notee.or
Allouneat Drada, ahoald be rnctoaed In aa earalope
aad eeearetyeeelcd, aad hare the fall addresa (in
clndlng towa, peat omoo, aad Slate ; aad In cltlee,
the a'reet aod aamber) of the peraon to whora to be
teat, and the amoaat legibly marked thereon.
Knrelopca for tula pnrpoee maybe had at ur
To laclllute prompt dtl'rerjr, the charge for re
mlttaace ehould be prepaid
roar.l-laa AUAatJ BXPUK81 COMPANY.
Ii dbttlled la Loanoa, and pnt
np aolely In qaart aad pint bot
tiea, to meet the reqalrementa ol
uragglate, and thoee to whom Fura and unadoltar
atad Uraor la a KeeaaeitY or a Hilary.
It la the oldeat eatabltahed ol all the Oiaa (11
which hare atarted Into exlatence apen the baala of
leweii-oeMrvea ana nara earnea aaieoniy.
It baa no oonneetloa with, and la In no way like
the traahy mixtnree aold aa " KaaLiaa Uih." or
Oto Tom," or" Lobdor Dock," or" Lovdok Oik,"
he , Ac . no matter bow macb " anttqalty " or " re
peeubllity " le aaaamed bj their begetura.
Br. Talentina Mort, of New York, aaya i " It la
far preferable to ataatoaa Holland Oia, and la Uu
tuAttkUif to Lmd JaoH er aata." So tay ttiea
made or phyaldana.
The Maw YqrkHerald aaya: "We are larprUcd
at He Draeaolal enou; It la a certain aafe gaard to
. The Philadelphia Ledger aara :" It baa no aa pa
rlor, It aa eqaaf, in medicinal vlrtuea."
The. Taw Orlaana Picaruna aaya : " There la to
remedy on earth iurdyipaaiS eqaal to It"
The Boetoa Journal aaya: "Aa a bererage, aa a
rreTenuee, or aa a remedial agent, we want no other
woman or America,, ror job it la parHmart.
JiiTWLlaalcSaaea keeJth.lt to yoar greataat
B. BALDWIN A CO.,
1 Liberty rueet,New York.
Sold la Washington by
LOVKLL, COLLES A CO.,
US E atreet, near Pa. areaae,
eo!2-ly And dealera geaerally.
rpo tiub urricatHB or tub army,
Vast arrived, a direct ImportaUoa per tteamer
raltoa, from Europe, a very floe and large aaaqrt
eat of Marias, Opera, Field Qlaaws. and Ttfo
oopee. whkh I will tell a very little above the ooe t
ia ran, as to tne quaut.es, there are none sape
rior to bo had, having beta eeleoted purposely for
this market. Also, a large and weUaesorted stock
ot Opera, aiswm.Mlereooor.ffold.iUver.and steel
Bpectaolee and bye Olaesea, ealted to the sight by
the aae of aa Optometer. A.oonMderable number ol
trtlfloatMtolM aeea at my offloe. from gentlemen
wbi umiv vnwen iiiun at nj vsiaiBisinment.
Of Ptuiylrania atDDe, between Fonr-and-i
kali am Sixth Streets.
Mj KatKblUhaaaiat U atp atalea.
BUma AIM leaaai. Tka trade anppHad.
AT KS AC WOOD,
" WnOIXSiXX UD KITIIL CKILEIU in
ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES,
Kaklai, rraenea. Cataape. Baacaa
Jellka, yrnltt, blliea,
Sardlaee. Balad Otla, Choice Bcllahea,
Coadenecd MUk, Hnatarda,
PKESEUVED MEATS, FISH, SOUPS, Ao.
Pure Wines and Llqqprm by the Package
CIOARS AND TOSACCO.
a-Agenta for Tllden'e Exlrwt or Coffee, with
Sngar and Milk combined.
HSU PonnaylTanla arena,
WA3U1.VUTVX, o. a
deo II tr
OVANH A, WATSON'
H A. & E .
Store, 19 Booth Fourth atreet,
W. D. SUKP11KBD,
Corner olSeyenth and U atreeta.
an 17-ly Waahlagton, 0. 0.
MASON, FESWicKJ" k LAWRENCE.
CBARLKS MASOIf ,
Late Cnunlaaloner or Palente.
ritteen ycara la Patent Agency llualneea,
I) WITT C."LAWnKNCK,
Late member of the Patent Offloe Appeal Hoard,
OFFICE IN WAtTuiNUTON, D, 0.
Notb. Patent, procured. All Information nceca.
aary to obtain a patent cent tree or charge
JUST IUXKIVKD AT L. A. UKALL A CO.'S,
N11.UOI Seventh between I and Katreet'.anew
atock or CLOTIIINQ, KIIIINISIIU c6oU3.
I KU.NKS, II Al S and CAPS. '
LA. BKALL A CO 'S,No 301 Seveath atrtet,
between I and K,la the ptaoc to bay your
(H.OTIIINU.KUUNIBUINO GOODS, T1(0IKI,
II ATS and CAPS, at New Vork prloea
C.?J.B.oB AND A' L. A. BP.ALL A
CO '8, No 301 Seventh Btreet. between I and K,
INO, KUKNISUINO OUOIIS. hath ii,i
l!A.S.!,,,r' jw nrloee.at L. A. UKALL A CO '8,
No. 301 Seventh, between I and K atreeta.
mar II 9m
lOVERYHODY'S ATTKNTION IS CALLED
.Ul to our new atock ol Spring Clothing, Paralahlng
Uooda,Trnnka,llau and Cape, at No. eoo Seventh
met, opposite the Pott OOm- ocr v iltm
afSgtgN . ePBnt
pA,aKJfVER TKJ tJTM
os aaajnaswwiiUNEsriAT, April!, iim, tka
ff?'Tnbmimmtm Waahlagtoa, Bairmorc,
aad the Wra. will raa aa loll. 1 - 1 '
IfnflaTreAHarTM al and Vri vWa rraiainowa
iOl$Hl UeewA,anfleMiaie.laa.' j
. -OR PlIILADRLPHIA AND NEW YOBKU
Mave Wa.hlaetoaatAa.m .T.aoa e.ll ...
r-OKANatAPOLis-Leave Wuhmtton at l.U
a. m, aad In. m.
fOK rKKItSRIOK-Laare Waahlngton at 7.40
a. m , aad AM p. m, 1
, , ii. FOR ALL. POINTS WH8T,
And ror llarper'a trrv Jtarttnatiarg, and Wm
dirtier, leave Waanlagton at 7.10 a. m.
-, TRAINS KOTIHO SOUTH. .
Leave New York at! a- m.i Philadelphia 11M
u.; Baltimore snap, m ArrlnatWaahingtonlai
p. m. T
Lean Mew York at tp m. PhlUdelpUlale Mp
m. 1 Baltimore una, Arrive at Waahlngton I
'Leave Mew York at II p. m t FhUadelnhla DM
m.i Baltlmora !l m. Arrive at rVaahlagtce
Local Aoeommodatloa Tralaa leave Baltimore a'
10 a. m. and 1 10 p. m. (or Waahlngton ! arrive then
On Saadaa at I ao aad T.40 a. m. only rrom Haiti
more.. Mo AnnapaUa or Vrederlek oonnectlona on
Paaenger Tralaa Iraelac Waahlagtoa at T.M a m
aan 1 to p. m. . aad .Baltimore atLeu a. m. aad 1.10
5. m . make direct oomeotlona for Annapolia at the
anellon. The iuih trala connecia at Relay
ibr Frederick. Ilae-entown. llera.r'. Vim. ar.r
-Unaburg, Wlncheur, Wheeling, rarkerabatg, to
Trana leave Annapolia for Baltimore and Waab
Ington at 6 10 a. m and 3.40 p. m.
Pueeager Tralaa leavlaa Waahlagton at e.00 a. m
II a.m. aad a p. m, and Baltimore at 4.110 aad 7,40
a. m. and 1-60 p. m , will tu? ml) al Annapim Jm
Way Paaaengeri mart take the diwanaeliirtaa Iratav
W. r. SMITH,
pitOPOSALS FUH TasAMaUW.
Prcpoaala will be teeelved by thla Dapartaeat, by
maltirteleiraph tothesoth laataat at noon, vrlth
general apeclfloallona and plana, for thejejnatracuon
of 00a or more, np to roar, Iron Uaawapa lor toe
aaieie ippi river ata uair aervioe, wnn two raneta,
on the plaa or the Krlo aoa Turret, lor the 11-Inch
gaaa, the thlekneaa of the Iron of which to be alght
lachea; the rldra to be plated with Iron ot three
lochia th ekntaa ia one or two larera to eatead two
and one hair reet below Ilia lead line. Tbeveraela
to le not Iraa than lio feet In leagth and M icet
breadth, and not to draw over ela rWi of water load.
ed ready ror eetvtee. To be propelled by Krewi to
ciirure m apvcu luruuau mo we cr ui nine enoia or
reamilee per hour Propotala will elate the prloe
and time o, oomplttljn.
OKLaCCT SUIIOOl. VOlt GIULS.
SU far Quarter, Trench and Mualc included.
Maa. A. ZAP PON B, Principal, ' '
No 01 K atreet.
Near the Circle.
MrBBralBhrd Rooma ror Rent, on very moderat
tama, to the aame buiidlna dee a 1 a
Regular Phyalclan and Prolcaaor of the var'oua
bianohea of Science eoaaeeted with Mediclrv',
Omoe, No tl K atreet, car ihe Circle.
Tbere are no better n medlea than these need hv
Dr. Zaonone. for the fnre of Khtamathm. Neural.
gla, (lout, Drop.y, Kevere. Dipepala, aad other
Olacaeee prevalent nere. inrlioate LAdlee eapciaiir.
would dud It to their areateat adrantage to coaault
Dr. 'A llepromlaei to a'l aatlafaction aed prompt
rel'ef Vaccine mat er.ot tho bentaad freeheet kind,
oosaiauiiy aep( on nam, ana caieiaiiy laacnra.
Cbugee very moderate. ap e tr
A III. TIIK SKIT eJUOKiajf) lltlVKI,
i 1'AIILK CUTLKBY, AND
Or ALL KINDS.
Camp Karnltnre aad Tin ware, to be had or
W. II UARKOValK.
No. U2 Seventh atrot.
No. J71 Peniuyloania and., rWuAtnolm, V. C.
Book, bouud In every at;l.,Tu key, MoTOOoo.Uw
aU.BBdCaU. ' laaeT-tm
TIIK HUAKKK aun
Together with othtr CURI08IT1KS PKOU HA
NASS AS. will be on Kxhlbltlon nader Bamnuck'a,
comer or Fifteenth atreet and Pennaylvaala ave
eae, above Wlllard'a, lor the Benellt of a Crippled
Union Soldlrr rrom Ball Run.
Admlarlon tt certe. apn tr
The narlnerabln hitherto exiatina between Eus.
face K O'Brien and Yalent ne Dengel hae this day
been dlaeo.ved by matual coaacnt.
TUB 1MALTO HOUSE,
Vomer tit A'mlA and 13 ltrdi,
Will be cariled on In future by VALENTINE
DLNUKLandJOIINU. VUliS .
IfajAmjfoii, D. C, April 17, 18M apr 18 It
Oa-VlUii. OK TIIK ISOAttU OP IIKAI.TII,
Waainauioa, April 5,110t
Ia compliance with a recent eaaclment of Uie City
Council., the SecrcUrv or the Board or llealtti
hereby give, publio notion that hereafter he will be
la atteadaaoe at hie office, la the CITY HALL,
J No. 3, baenicnt, wcet wing ) every day, from 3 to
o'clock, p. m , " far U10 purpoae of receiving and
reoordiog" all complalnta regarding vloUUpne ol
(ue eaniiarj reguiauvaa 01 me ciiy, " only maue
by oitlzena or nay officer of police r aud that at all
other timca may be fouad In the 01D.ee a "complalat
book," 1 which Ihoee Interested are rcQUeatcd to
reoord ail auch violatlona, vrlth the view to their
pR.7 rx.niiiuiiiuii, anu 1BD11 ronre". a. lue prvsrnt
..wa auuiu. u. .. autr,, aa. i., I
apUlt Secretary Board of Health.
niAKeCN UP The followlBB described Hlina
X two lage blaok Sowa, one large epotted bow,
. hii uwn. iaii, nw nun. ami, iwh .III.
bnoats, ana two spottea snoaie. 1 ne owaer or owa
era are injucaicu 10 come mrwara, prove properly,
and lake them away.
way. x.uqairo Ol
1AM1.S KANM..LL, at Ihe
A LAKOK. LOT OK MILITARY VESTS rOR
x. sale encap, at njxiiii'o, no aou seventii at.
opposite Poet OUice. mar io dJm
MOW 1H THE 111IH lO BUY Rl'ItINd
1 Clothing, Trunks, Hats, and Cape, at No 400
o.vcdu siievt. suu v uom
QTAOKM COIl TUB TIULL It UK IIAT-
a-i ue r leiti leave irom toe Bieaniooai tvnarl, Al
exai itria, ua Sunday, Tuesday, Thanday, and Sat
urday, In time for the paseeoxere by tne 11a.m.
bout from Washlneton. Plaire fi.r the ratiril irln.
ae, Aocommodatlona can be had at the Union Hotel,
I'.fltMwIlt. . fh. I.HI. mil nnll.mM .! !
stage stops over nlgbt tickets can be had at lilt,
born a cUar Stole, Pennsylvania avenue, above
corner riiirrniii .irvci,ai rvuiara a. jurxwooil e,
Urown'a,ond the Nalioaal Hotel apr6
ELMBOLD'S Oanulne Preparation forNervcu
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In tin 8cnaKt of tho United r3tatw. Hondiy.
April U, Air, Grimes salt):
Wn tanst eonnner and hold alt of the foi
and stroni noslllons on tho aonth Allantlo and
Oulf comIf, How shall they be (tarrlmnjeil
when captured 7 This Is a nttertlon we (hall
soon lie compelled to answer ; and I am 'prc-
finnii tor iui solution, i answer it itoncsitat
orIj, that no should Rarrlaon them, In whole
or In part, by soldiers of Alrlcan dercent; that
Instead or returning; slaves lo their rebel mas
ters to light inlnaf as, we should employ tbf m
In our own military service. I
I know very well that this proposition en
counters at once all tho prejudices that have
been engendered by differences or race, educa
tion, and social position; but let us look at It a
moment soberly and practically. 1 1 la assumed,
as admitted by all, that Ibe southern lorls mast
bo captured aod strongly garrisoned lor some
years to come. They are situated in a warm
and enervating climate, and the particular
location ot nearly all or them renders them
more than usually unhealthy, even lor that
section or Ihe country. In addition to the furta
already established, wo shall be compelledjto
uuiiu now ones.
Tbe rebels relv nnon the diseases nf their
cllmalo to decimate our northern army In tbe
summer and autumnal months ; and their cdn
Bdcncn is well placed. Our troops will wither
bifbre the fevers of the Gulf coast aa tcroU-
uon uoes beiore Ue blast or the alrocco. Now,
aa hare In our midst thouronda of hardy, ath
letic, colored men, ntted by nature to endiro
uio una. una uuurma 01 tne iropics, ana some
of them accustomed to It, who are pantiog' to
be employed In the carjacltv of soldiers. Manv
of them having been in a slate of bendage,
wtv vevu auuuuuueu ut uioir maaiera. anu are
now thrown upon us lor support. Somel of
wem were lorcea lt our enemies into tneir
military service, and bavo dmerleil Irom I IL
They Implore our protection, and we must give
it, It we would not become a ' scorn and deri
sion" among the nations of the earth. They
have shown on divers occasions, both on sea,
and land, that they belong lo a warlike race.
Tbey are obedient and teachable. They can bo
subsisted much cheaper than white soldiers,
can perform more labor, and are subject lo
lewer aisrases in a warm climate.
Now, with these facta before us, shall we re
fuse to employ them ? What substantial rea
son can be given for notdologsot Is It be
cause they have not Ihe proper capacity lor
command 1 Then give them while olUcersj as
Is done by tbe lirituh Government to the same
race, by the French Government to tbe Arabs,
and by tho Russian Government to the Tartars
and other semi-barbarous soldiers within that
empire. Is it because they do not possess tbe
average courage 01 soldiers I in addition lo
tbe testimony in disproof of this, furnished a
few (Jays ago by the Senator from Massachu
setts, Mr. Wilson, I refer you to your vessels
01 war, where you save hundreds or these men
employed, and none more valiant. Is it be
cause tbey are not obedient to command ? The
whole history of the race shows the contrary,
for if there Is any one thing for which Ihey ore
remarkable more than another, It Is their con
Odlng submission to the wilt of their superiors.
Is it said that we have white soldiers enough
for all of our purposes? True, wo bare a
large army, composed ol men of unsurpassed
valor and patriotism, who, It we require It, will
sacrifice their lives for their country, whether
by tbe sword or by disease; but I would, if I
could, recall a portion of them to their homes
and to tbo Industrial pursuits ot life.
Am I told that tho enrollment of a few col
ored soldiers will bo regarded by tbo army as
bumillalloir to them! Mr. Trcsldent. those
public men fall to comprehend tbe character of
American soldiers wno suppose mat tbey ore
fighting for tnero military glory, or that In Ibis
critical hour they are controlled by Ignoble
(irejudice against color or race. Tbey are clt
teas and tax payers as well as soldiers. They
want ue reneiuoa specauy crusoeu ana tne
supremo authority of Ibe law established, leav
ing: social and political auestions to be settled
afterwards. They feel that the desertion of
every colored soldier, artincer or laborer rrom
the rebellious Stales withdraws aid und sup
port from I ho rebellion, and brings It so much
nearer to un end. TbeyTanuot uDdcrstaud,
nor cun I, that refined casuistry that juetllles
us in converting the enemy's bono or ox to our
use, and lu turning their Inanimate engines ot
destruction against themselves, but denies to
ns the right to turn their slaves, their animate
hostile engines in human form, to the same
purpoec They cannot imagine why it Is that
some gentlemen are so willing that men of the
African race should labor for them, and so un
willing that they should light tor them.
What a wonderful difference ot action and
sentiment there Is on this subject between tbe
cOlcers of the army and navy. W He officers
of tbo army bavo disgraced themselves, annoy
ed and Incensed their subordinates, dishonored
tbe country, and Injured tbe publio service by
the promulgation of their ridiculous orders
about slaves, no officer of tbe navy, thank God,
bos ever descended lo follow their example.
Their noble, manly, generous hearts would re
volt at the idea ot haviog imposed upon them
tbe humiliating duty of capturing and return
ing fugitive slaves. They serve their country,
not rebel slave-owners. They think that duty
to the country renulres them to avail them
selves of the services of these peoplu Instead of
driving tnctn uacu to tneir in-iatere, or suffering
local to starve; onu inoy act upon tnis con
vlctlon. At tho taking ot llatteros, one of the
large guns of Ihe Minnesota was wholly mun
tied and worked by persons called " contra
bands," and no gun on tho ship was bettor
served. There people are, It Is well known, re
markable lor tho proficiency tbey soon acquire
as cannoneers. On the name ship is a bout's
crew, every one ot whom, Including: the rox
swain, Is it colored man, and there are none
more sklillul, or render mote satisfactory ser
vice to the officers of the vessel. The whole
country knows the services rendered by tbmi
to uommouore uoponi ana to me vecseis unaer
bis command. They have acted ns pilots, unil
In tbe most Important positions, and I bavn the
authority of tbe two superior crticrrs of that
neet lor sayiog tout tney unvti never oeen ue
coked or misled by any one of them. I am
convinced that our expedition to the south At-
lanllo coast would not baro been so perfect a
success as It has been but for tb slaves lound
tbere, and who were employed by our navnl
omocrs. incro aro more or less or tnem on all
of our vessels of war. They aro efficient men.
and their pretence produces no dltccrd among
Mr. President, I wish to bo distinctly under
stood. I advocato no Indiscriminate arming of
the colored race, although I frankly confess
that I would do so were it necessary to put
down Ihe rebellion. I do not favor Ibis propo
sition merely because of IU anti-slavery ten
dency. I approve It becauso It will result ia a
saving of human life and in bringing tho rebel
lion to a speedier termination. It is my busi
ness to aid In bringing this war to n close by
conquering an unconditional peace In the least
expensive and speediest manner possible. Act
Ing upon this Idea ol my duly, and believing
that humanity and the best Interest) ol Ihe
country require, tho enrollment of a few color
ed regiments for gtrrlsonlng the Southern forls,
I shall vote, whenever an opportunity shall lie
afforded me, for converting a portion of the col
ored refuiees into soldiers, Instead ol forcing
them back Into servitude to their rebel masters
and their rebel government, wo may btsltalo
to do this. Our hesitation will cost its tho val
uable lives ot many of our own race who aro
near and dear to us. Qui hesitation to uto toe
means which Providence seems to have placid
in our hands for crushing the rebellion tnty
carry desolation to many a loyal Bearthatorje.
uui we must auopi mis policy sooner or later,
and in my opinion, the sooner we do It Ihe bat
ter. The rebels have this day thousands of
Biavee inrowing op enurnenmenu ana reiionnis
at YorktovA, and thousands of tbrra perform
ing military dnty elsewhere; and yet we hesl
llate and doubt tbe propriety of employing1 Die
same race of people tn defend out salves and
our Institutions against Ibem. Mr. I'resldeht,
how long shall we hesitate !
AsTAlra tat flow tfrlesma
Tho Philadelphia Vrai bos Ihe following
from New Orleans, obtained from patties Isle
ly from the South :
At New Orleaans. It is considered an Impos
sibility for the Federal troops to lake the city,
unless, at least ao,nou men are landed simulta
neously. The river Is chained above and below.
The forts are numerous and we'll manned, aad
apparently impregnable. Tbe fortifications
extend clear across from the river lo tbe lake.
An Institution worthy of Imitation, the Free
Market, Is In full and successful operation at
New Orleans. At all places of publio resort
aro boxes similar to our "poor boxes" at
church doors, for therrc ption of donations for
the Frco Market. The planters aud tamers
around are vcrv liberal In sending in supplies :
somo will send a hogshead ol sugar, soma an ox
or some sheep, Ac, which the railroads and
stcamboals deliver free of freight, and tbe
draymen Ueo of dray age. This market is said
lo be Ihe best supplied of any. Each man, on
joining the army, receives a ticket stating how
many are dependent on mm, ami mo oearers
ol these tickets are liberally supplied, free of
The steamer Magnolia, loaded with cotton,
which was taken by our rquadron la attempt
ing to run tbe blockade, was one of Ave which
started all together. The fleet consisted of the
steamers Magnolia, Tennessee, Wbllmore, At
lanta, and Florida. All got safely out except
the Magnolia. The plan was to go out together,
so that some would gut clear, aud it worked
better than was anllilpated-the calculation
being that at least two would be stopped. Que
or tnem carried z.uuu Dales ot cotton.
There Is a good deal c( manufacturing going
on In New Orleans. They bare three large
woolen mills turning out good cloth, the stock
being brought Irom Texas. Four large cotton
mills are running ulght and day. A company
Is making shoes lor the army, and turning out
two thouaand six hundred pairs daily. There
ia no scarcity of leather, a number of uouerlee
being In lull operation, and the forwarding of
lurir euut-B BOf-iis vus dupcciuktuucui, uuu m
number of assistants as busy as possible.
Cook .t Bro. have two larso shoos, rnnnlnir
by steam, making rifles and tltering Hint locks
to percussion. Olstk bss also two shops fully
employed making rilll cannon, and a great
many anopa are nusy maaiog nayoncte, uuwie
knives, etc. Tbe workmen are paid four dol
lars a day.
Thanks ror Uallant gat vires.
The following letter of thanks baa been is
sued from the Navy Department, addressed to
Flag Officer Foote:
NiVT DCPIRTHKNT, April 12, 16V2.
Em: The Department desires vou to convey
to Commander lienry Walker and the officers
and men of the Carondelet, also to Acting
First Msstcr Hall of the Cincinnati, who vol
unteered for the occasion, its IbanLs lor tbe
gallant and succeeslul service rendered In tbo
running of tbe Carondelet past the rebel bat
teries un the night of tbe 4th Instant. It was
a daring and heroic act, well txecuieu.anu ue
serrinc of special recognition. Tbo commen
datlon Is also to be extended to the officers aud
crew of Ihe Pittsburg', who. In like manner, ou
the night of the 7th instant, performed a slml
lar service. These fearless acts dlsmaved the
enemy, and enabled tbe army under General
Pope to cross the Mississippi, and eventuated
In the surrender to vourself of Island No. 10,
and finally to tbe capture, by Gen. l'ope, ol
me lorta on too renocesee snore, anu inu ro'
treatlnsT rebels under Gen. Mackall.
I would also, In this connection, rendir tbo
acknowledgments which are justly due to mo
officers and crewa of the several boats who, lo
con unction with a detachment of the t otty
second Illinois regiment, under Col. Roberts,
captured the first rebel battery and spiked tbe
nuns on Island No. ID. on tbe nlcnt ol the 1st.
Such services aro duly appreciated by the De
partment, wntcn extends to an wno jiarucipaicu
I am respectfully, ycur obedient servant,
Secretary of the Navy.
Bilge ur Fort Macon. A letter Iron North
Carolina, April C, says :
Although considerable progress bos been
made iu the preparations for the taking of Fort
Macon, great difficulty Is experienced in the
transportation of siege material, which bos to
be carried from Newbern, fifteen miles, to the
bead of Slocum Creek, hauled one mile to the
railroad station of Havelock, and transported
by mules from that point to General Parke'a
neaaquarters. unce mere, me neary guns anu
mortars have to be ferried across Bogue Sound
to llogue beach, an operation of great difficulty,
for the sound Is so shallow that it can bo
sounded by wading kneo deep for more than
half the distance.
Still griatcr obstacles aro to be fouud on the
opposite shore. Between that point ami Fort
Macon, a distance ol about four miles, tbere Is
a wide marsh. In the morlnir soil ot which the
artillery carriages rink lo Ihe hubs. After this
marsh has been safely crossed, the siege trains
meet with a succession ot sand blufts running
in close proximity to the fort, wbicb, though
affording excellent natural protection to our
trooDS in planting artillery, do not resist the
pressure of tbo wheels. These bluffs ara cov
ered with a stunted growth ol bush and briars,
In whlcn tne artillery trains sink to tne axie,
and It requires a very great force to mote them
Owing to IheocdllTlcultles, which it will tako
time to surmount, a week or two may elapse
belore Iho fort be regularly besieged. The lort
Is known to contain about Ore hundred men,
mostly drawn from the militia of this part ol
the State, and the fact that deserters nre dally
coming over to our side shows they ore not
satisfied with their situation. It Is said that tho
garrison Is also weakened by disease, and that
there is no physician in tbe tort. All Ihcso
circumstances make somo ot the old Inhabitants
here bellcvo that the soldiers will decline fight
ing, and that Colonel While will ba compelled
roatal Arrulrs Ifltccta atnil Soldlera on
The post eflico now sunnlies tho malls Lo
waterfordand Lecsburg, Virginia, Irom the
Point or Kocks, Maryland, and has rc-estab -llsbed
nest offices at both these towns. Tbe
soldiers In Banks' division aro supplied with
mans ny military messengers.
as uuu is not, unaer tne omctat construc
tion, on the Pacillo coast, letters from the east
to and from that Territory ore chargeable with
only the three cent rate of postage.
According to a late army oraer an omcers
and enllrted men of volunteers who are on
parolo not lo serve against the rebels will be
cnntldered on leave of absence until notified
of their exchango or discharge. They nre
required Immediately to report their address
lo the Governors or their States, who will be
duly Informed from Ibe Adjutant General's
office, Washington, as to their exchange or discharge.
Deaths af let ler.
Tbe following deattis'of eoMeri stave occurred
alnca our last report!
H. B. (ie-uub,. company 0, 3d rettnUAl Penn
Dennis Dunton, a nurse, Tf.lh regiment New
York Stale voluoteera.
Jamea Bandolf, company 0,193d Pennsylva
nia. John D ritlall, company K,6ld New TorkBtate
It. H. Williams, company I, 22d Massachu
Tounssnd Ounn, 8th New York battery.
A. 0. Merrill, company D, 44th New York
Wallace Robinson, company D, 76th New
York State volunteers.
Thoa. Jefferson Day, company I, 103d Penn
sylvania. George Lang, company B, ltlh Massachu
setts. Henry Terry, company D, ECth New York
Warren A. Davis, company K, 6Mh New York
Thoa. Keller, company B, Md New York Btata
Monroe H, Van Yalkerby, company 0, 20th
New York Bute volunteers.
Charles Blackman, company G, 2d regiment
Joshua Bayard, company I, 1st Mlohlgan
David Demurts, company K, loth New Jersey
Aug. Sulke, company B, 40th Pennsylvania
David Jones, company f, 5Jd Pennsylvania
J. Merthrop, company D, 1st New Jerssy
Charles E. Stewart, company D, Sflth New
W. Mclutlre, company A, ir,th Pennsylvania
P. Stevenson, company E, 7th New York cav
alry. John Ward, company K, 13th Indiana volun
teers. Stephen Mayer, company I, 61at Pennsylva
nia. C. A. Worden, company A. Itocket Battery.
Wm. L. Sutton, company tl, 10th N. Jersey.
John Ilusleton, company E, 103d Pennsylva
nia. Henry Machner, company L, 1st Pennsylva
Patrick MiCarTery, company II, 99th Penn
sylvania. Burnt. II. C. Akerly, company I, 3Uh N. Y
E. Ilankey, onmpany B, 103d Pennsylvania.
David II. Kellogg, company I, latU.S Sharp
shootsrs. M. (lalvln, oompany A, 3th Wisconsin.
(I. W. Greek, company K, 1st U. S. Chasseurs.
J. Allen, compsny K, ZJd Pennsvlvanta.
Hsnry Senvtlle, oompany E, 2d Wlsoonaln.
Holland Austin, company E, 23d N. Y. 8. vol
unteers. Patrick Hamteton ftohb, company B. 103d
Patrick Karrens, company C, 9oth N. Y. S.
John Wilson, oompany I, Cltb N. Y. S. vol
untoers. S. Smith, company D, 1071b Pennsylvania.
Charles Williams, oompany F, 11th Maine.
Ely V. Huberts, company B, 59th N. Y. S.
W. S. Carpenter, company H, Mlh N. Y. S.
Joel C. Porter, compan v E, 63d Pennsylvania.
Wm, Courrarey, 3d N. Y. cavalry.
Wm. B. Uofflu, company K, Ml a. Y. B. vol
unteers. E. Burnstfne, company K, olat Pennsylvania.
K. Clarkaon, oompany D, Slh U. S. artillery.
lUndolf Frlsby, 1st Maine Cavalry, band.
Copl. J. Rayesdole, company O, la regiment
U. S. Intantry.
James Sanders, company E, 103d Pennsylva
nia. W. llogencamp, company B, Harris Light
II. Cnulcote, company K, 43th Pennaylvania.
J. Dunn, company I, Mb New York Cavalry.
John Hudis. comnanv P. 19th Indiana,
Ellas Drake, company K, fttilh New York
A. Persons Stocktons, oompany E, Michi
gan. Ueo. Glffjrd, company C, atb New Hamp
shire. James Brooks, company D, 103d Pennsylva
nia. Wm. Flanagan, company H, 73d Pennsylva
nia. Chas. Whltlhard, company E, lOlstNew York
A. A. Beebrlng, company I, 3th New York
Augustus K. Ithorer, company A, 1Mb In
diana. Daniel E. Clark, company F, 3d New York
Lawrence llumphrle, company H.Olat Penn
sylvania. Relatives of deceased aoldlera oan be rur
nlshed with all the Information they desire in
relation to the burial place of their friends,
Ac. by calling on J. W. Plant, Government
undertaker, 419 Seventh atreet, between G
I have a large and most cxtcasive stock of
Italia liar bleMasawanehU, OrkTaataasa,
tor sale at low prices, for cash. 1 will sell at redBoed
Crlcea to those of the army or navy who may want
hem aa mementoes for faeir comrades who have
fallen tn defence of the Union.
feh 17 m E atreet north, bet. lath aad 13th.
WALL.. STKI'IIKIII OU.,
H1LITABY AND NAVAL
aan psaibbs in
SWORDS. SA8HF.S, BKLTS, KPAULE18,
SHOULDER BTBAPS, UAUH1XETS,
aho mar vaairrr or
WALL, UTKriltJfS A CO -,
Jan 13 between nib aad loth atreeta
niTKIT OKKIOJf UUSINKM.
Soldiers' Pensions & Bounties.
SO.VE8 A .iLEXf.rOER.
1 he uadera'itned have entered lato a eo rartaer
alilp, aa AriultNIKS aad SOLICITORS, lor tne
nrooaring ol rATKHTH, and all other kinds ol
burioess, at the l'ateat Offloe.
Karcotal attention will be eiven to rsleeted studl
catlona, to cxteaalona and opposition le eateaeions,
and to takteg and preparing cvldenos and argu
inenta in Interference oaaca.
The uaeeraljraed will also eltena lo obtaining
1'KNSIONS aud UOUNTIba ror Soldier, serving
durloa: the present aad prevtoue ware, sad to the
proaecatloo generally of all similar claaaca of busi
ness with the Government.
umce. corner or acvcatn anu r streets. oppcit.
the l'ateat Office. DANIKL K bllllts,
V. al. Jal-EX AH Ut K
WAauisoToa, March 10, isei. maris-dawtl
HOW LOST! UOW KKSTUKEI..'
Jut published, Instated envelope. TilceiU ccate
A Lecture on the nature, Treatment and
Radical Cure ol Spermatoerhoa or Sesalaal Weak.
nets. Involuntary Kmlaiona, Sexual licbllity, aed
Impediments to Marriage l?jl'.'"J,"!"
Oon.umptloo, Epilepsy a.d Mat llejtal and J-bvel
cVl Inoaosclly, UuliuTr irom oeir AbwejAo. IW
ItOlU'. J. CULVKItWtLL.lI. D., Author of the
i rooii to Tiiousanusoi suuerers."
Sent under irat.ln apleln envelope, to any eddrear,
nostpaM, on receiptor elz cents, or two pontage
stimi.1, bv Jr, via. u u. ivbinr.,
"wl ' ' ie? Itnw w V...V
spl-dvwl3m Post Offloe Box, else.
EW GOODS I NEW GOODS I CLOTlIINU,
fc-opnUhlnv noola.Trunka. llala and Cane, af
Northern prices, at No. 400 Seventh atreet, near K.
HO I HO I KOR THE lTOPLK'S CLOTHING
srOUK, No. ecu Seveath atreet, where vou
can 11.4 tbe brat etook of Clotblaf. eenuiainj
Goods, Trunks, Data and Gaps, at low prices,