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VOL. II.
WASHINGTON. TUESDAY, APRIL 122, I8i2
NO. 1526.
iiKuvuor.iys mIelmbold'b
ItELMBOLD'B nELMBOMjO'B
HELMBOMtiVB UBLJHBOMjD'B
UEUHBOLD'B UEUHHOI.DB
MMEMJttBOi O'B MEWMBOWB
HEUtlBOLIt'a UEUSBOMjDS
HELJUBOK.DB nEfMBOLD'S
Ixtract Buchu, Zztnet Bueho,
Extract luchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Baehu, Sxtraet "uehn,
Extract Bucko, lxtract Buehu,
Extract Bnchu, Extract Bacan,
. Extract Baehu, Extract Busha,
Extract Bnchu, Extract Buohtt.
fUH StCRXTAND DEUCATM DltORDKRS.
HUT 8ZCRITAND DKUCA1 DISORDERS.
t')R StCRRTAND IMltCAT DISORDERS.
KIR StCRRTAND DXLICAT DISORDERS.
IOR RKTRK7 AND DEI1CATE DltORDlRX
OR StCRtTAND DELICATE DISORDER!!.
IOR X CHUT AND DKUCATR IHSORiEP
A Positive and Hpeotflo Tteraedy
A H attire and Hpeolflo Remedy
A Positive and npeolflo Remedy
A Positive and Bpeclno Remedy
A Positive and Bpeolflo Remody
A Positive and Bpeolflo Remedy
A l'utlllve and bpeoino Itemed?
iok umkasicx or TIIK
BLADDKB, GIIAVM,, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
HLADDEH UKAVM., KIIINKYH DROPSY,
BLADDKK UltAVISLj KIDNEYS DROPSY,
IILADDKU, OUAVKL, KIDNKYS, DUUPSI,
DLADDKU UKAVhl., KIDNKYS DKOPdT
BLADDER (IUAVM,, KIDNKYS, DUOPSY,
lU.AUlltll UUAVKL, KIDNKYS, DU'JPSY
CHGANIO WEAKNESS,
.llGANlO WEAKNESS,
1,1 IGANIO WEAKNESS,
I.UOANIO WEAKNESS,
URNnNIO WEAKNESS,
OROANIO WEAKNESS,
And all Dtttata of tkt SeMual Organi,
And all Dtvaia of tkt femutf Cvyaiu,
Aid all Dueaia of lAs Sexual GVpaai ,
And all Dueava of the Texual Organi,
And all bittaui of the Fexual Organi,
And all Dueaar of tk Sexual Organi,
abisino raou
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudenoles in Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudenclea In Life,
Exoesses, Kxpoaures,and Imprudenclea Id Life,
Excesses, Exptsures.and Imprudenclea In Life,
Excesses, Kxnosures,and Imprudenclea In Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudenclea in Life,
rom whatever cause oris lusting, and whether
xl ting In
Hate or rental.
w emales, take no more Pllla i They are ol no avail
for Complaint! Incidrnl to the hx Use
extract llnenu.
Ilclmbold's Extract lluchu Is a Medicine which li
perfectly pleasant In Its
Jdlfb stun wisvn.
Bat immediate In Its action, giving Health and Vigor
to toe Frame, uioom to we r,na uneex, anare
storing the patient to a perfect ttste or
IIKAI.TII AND rUltlTY
Itelubold s Kxtrsot lluchu Is preparrd according
to Pharmacy a d Chemistry, and ts prescribed and
USC'l DV
TflK MUSI KVIHKN1 rnrncnNs
Delay no longer I'rosure the remedy at ouce
Price tl per bottle or .la lor ts.
Depot, 104 SOTitl 1 f ith 'reet, Phlladelpbls.
Ilewa.re of Unirliielplft Demvlsra
Trying to palm on their own or other artloles of
UUCilU on the Mentation at'alned by
nKiMami.b's kxtkact juoitp,
Tlie Urlgtoal and only Genuine.
Vi 9 deiire to ran on the
MERIT (jr OUR AR1KLEI
1 heirs Is worthies is sold at mnch less rates and
commLaions, consequently paying a much better
prottt
WE DEFY COSII'ETITION I
Ask for
Ileliutiold'i Extract Bucllii.
Take no otltcr.
ttold by D OILMAN
K I DWKLL 4 LAWKKBOB,
S II WATTE,
a o niBD,
JOHN WIL1ST,
S B EflTWISTLE.
J. K MAJOK.
And b all Druggists eTerwnerC.
Tiik union wiMj tad,
NO HMTMt WHO'S rUbSlDENTI
CooHeutotly, 1 shall remain la Washington, aad
dutiaue to pursue my occupation of
HCUSt, SION, AND ORNAMINTAL
rPAiw-riwamt
(JILDINQ la all Its branohei Old QI.AZINO
prcmptly attended to. Painting and Ornamenting
bottage Furniture, In the best style I also call at
tentlon to tbe Painting of Koob and Brick Walls.
AU the abore I will do as cheap as the cheapest
I tberelore solicit the patronage of my rriendian
Ulpur cltiicu of the Dutrlot Punctuality strlatly
obierred. acd work done In the best manner.
Yoa will plessv mlad your stops, and stop at
M T. PARKER'S
Painting Betabllahmeut,
tic eS lioutsiana arenae (north side).
between Sixth and Seventh streets
p b Signs pat up free of charge, as usual. I
aoets
ri-io iNVKNTonaANU patknticki.
J KD'iM ft CO , proprietors of the noientitj
A-uericin and agents for rrocnrlng Amerloan and
Forelge
PATDNTM,
Willi Satan years Bmrxetm n Um Jlutxnen,
Relerto Ron Judge uasun.Hon Joseph IJolt
lion W D Hiauop.ex-Coatmlsilonera of PatenU,
and to more than flfts.u thousand Inventors who
bars bad bu.luess duae through Munn at Co 's Pat
eut Agenoy.
PampbUt ol adrtoe sent free by mail
l'eu&t Law t an 1 Regulations, ISO pages, U oents
noil
No charge for consultation, orally or by mall
lJ rclictlDarv Eaaieiuatlt.n In United States Patent
ore oe, it
coroer of K and Seventh streets.oppcslte the Patent
pmse. ntfii-'wi
LfCUNAUD MCOTT 4t CO.'S
RKPRtlfT OTTJIK
BRITISH REVIEWS
AND
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE I
jjfonird Soott ft Co , New York, continue to pub
lish the following leading itrltkh reriodlcali, via 1
1, The J..ondon Quarltrly, (Coruervatlve )
2 The Mlnburgli Kcvlew, (Whig )
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4 The WeitminiHter Review. (Liberal )
ft Blackwood'i I'dlnbursh Muaxine. (Torv 1
These Periodical! ably re present the three great
Klltlcal tiartleiol Great Dritaln Whig, lory, and
nikal but oHticit lornM only one feature of their
charucter A Organi o( the most profound wrieri
on .science, Literature, Morality, and Kellgion, Uiey
BIllIU, Kfl Mtvj ejwtg ilea iv swnnti isuiiiaiivis iu um
werld of letters, being considered IndUncnuble to
thoicnoiar ana ineproiurwionai iaan,wniieioineio
telllgent reader of every clam they furnish a more
rrirrw avnii utistfsictorv rtcord of tm current liter.
tore ot the day, throughout the world, than can be
pOUlDiy oownu irom auy wiucr vuiw
NhW VOLUMES OV THE
FOUR EMIS1I REVIEWS AND BLACKWOOD
COMMhNCS JULY 1801,
LAKLY CUrilS
Ihe receipt of ADVANCE 51ILK1S from the
Hrltlsh pubhihere glvei additional value to these
He prints, inumuch an they can now be placed In the
hindi of eutMcrlberi about eoon u the original
e-iltloni
1EUM3.
for any one of the four Revlewi, per annum. ,.,,aj
For any two of the four Review, a
j-or any three ol the fuur Uevlcwa," " 7
tonllfourof the Reviewe, " 8
For Ulackwood'i Magazine, " ' S
lor Hlickwood and one Review, " b
For lilackwood and two Uevlvwa, 7
tor Klackwood and three Review, " 0
For lilackwood and the four Revlewi, " ... .10
Payminti to be made In all caaee in advance
Money current In the State where lamed will be re
celved at par.
CLUBBING.
AdlflOoiintof twenty five percent from the above
tiriM will ha allowed to Clubi orderiDK lour or mora
oopleof anyone or momj or the above worlu Thuit
1 oar coptei of fitackwoo.1, or of ono Review, will be
tent to one addrci lor ft); four copiee of tha four
Revlewi ana biackwooa lor iw-y ana so on
POHTAdL
In all the principal clthe aud tuwni. then worka
will bo delivered' FRKK UH 1'OgrAUK When
cot by mall, tbe Pontage to any part of the Ualted
BUte will be but tuyntyfuur rcnu a year for " Black
wood," and but fourteen cmti a year for each of tbe
N. li 1 he price In Great Britain of the Are rerlod-
!) khnvn numtnl In 131 Df r annum
Hemlttanbti lor any ol Hhe above publication!
isOUlu aiwayn o annreiHwti, ikwi pniu luutcnuo
llMherv LKUNANV ht-'Ol r A. LO ,
qov'.O No 6 Hold $1 .New York
1 UK 1- INr SI STOCK OF CLOTHING IN
ii. Ifnitffi NititiM in nn uflLtt-il at ris thin whole.
tiU pi(ov at Nu 4GU beventh atreet. opiwlte I'otjt
UIUH , VY , i , glrs ,
Formerly oyer Uall'i Jewely Store.
mat so dAm
EXPKESSCOMPANY.
All rail from new york.
Fortyona JaSoixnB.
This Compaay la prepared to forward all Bads ol
goods to and ft om
NEW TORE Omoe M Broadway,
BOSTON.. .j OmeeT Congrees street
and 1 Gongrefla Bqoara,
rUILADKLrUIA...,1..Offloe 831 ChMHtstmt,
BALTIMORE OOoe Caadsn Button,
ALEXANDRIA ...Offlee 108 Klog street,
ANNAPOLIS, FOSTBES8 MONROE,
NEWPORT NEWS, FORT ROYAL,
And the Southern Blockading Squadrons,
AT PAIR RATES.
)ana
CUhDIHltl' HONBSY
ALIiOTMe'nT DKAPTS.
TUB ADAMS EXPRESS COUP ANY
will forward
SOLDIERS' REMITTANCES
to their families at any place on the lines cf their
Jt-xprese ai a onarge 01
TWENTY FIVE CENTS
For any sum not excreilog Kl'ty Dollars t and a
proportionate aaaui"iii cttara (o pimvcsrroeucu
by conneo Ing Expresses.
The remittance, whether Oold, Treasury Notes, or
Allotment Drafts, should be inclosed In an enrelone
and eeourely sealed, and have the full address (In
eluding towD, poet offl'e, and Stae i and to cities,
tbe s'reet aad number) of the person to whom to be
iem, anu me amount legiotj maraeu loereon.
KnTelopee tor this purpose mty be bad at
oflle.
To facilitate prompt dflrery, the charge for re
mtuance snouiu pe prepim
marl-lm ADAttd KXPR183 COMPANY.
CHARLES'
LONDON
COBDIAL
GIN
fiT!inu3
1 J'I L 'W
mm
vfl."tiV
ixuJ,
Siuumtiumi
If HAM ALU
'UlMl'Uj
II Is di tilled In Innou, and put
jp np solely In quart and pint bot
tles, to meet tne requirements oi
Prugglsts, and those to whom Fare and Dnndulter.
ted liquor Is a necessity or a Luxury.
It Is the oldest established of all tbe Gins (It
which have started Into exletence upon the easts of
tawell deserved and herdarned celebrity.
It has no oonneotlou with, and u la no way like
the traihy mixtures sold as ; Erjusu Ui." or
'OioTo,"or' Loooio,"or"Loooaair,"
40 , Ac , no matter km much i antiquity " or re
tpecubllity " e assumed by their begetters.
Dr Valentine Mott, of New York, says : " It Is
(ar trrable to even rone Holland Oln, and la Us
ted article ty Us Hnd 1 Kate seer Hen " Bo say thou
sands of physicians
The New TorkHerald says: "We are surprised
at Its b neHcial ctMU, It is a certain sate guard to
health "
The FhUadelsMt ledger sayst " It has no rei e
rlor, If an equsf, In medlSlnsI virtues "
The Hew Orleans Picaynne eajis "There U no
rrmeJy on earth for dyspepsia equal to It."
The Boston Journal says. "As a beverage, as a
inventive it us a remedial agent, we want no other
It Is our tads memm."
Women of America, for yon It Is twtindarle
edapud. In stoaness or health, It la your greateel
mena.
B. BALDWIN A CO ,
Sotn lxroaTsas,
VI Liberty street, New fort.
Hold In Washington by
LOVKLL, COLLE8 A CO ,
310 E street, nsar Pa. avsnne,
aeo IS ly And dealers generally.
X.
io tub uviriuasua or tub auht.
est OF I Cri'VUs m UaCOVt IIUIUIIe.UVU IHiew
Fulton, from Europe, a rery flue and urge a&aqi
mnt of Miritit ()nn. KielJ tllkUuei. and Ttii
steamei
,1
ood. which I will irll n verv little above the otxn
in rani w uiv qaauuee, nvim r nunc, bhi-
TT-JtT l T. .t .'... s-s
nor to oe nnd. naving Men eeieotea parpoeety icr
thU market. Alto, a large and well aborted itock
ol Opera UI, MiOTOoopeii, gold, lUver.aaditec:
Speotaolee aud Kye UlaNei.enUed to the eight by
the un of an Optometer. A,oomlderable namber vi
Mrttltcateii to be eeen at my offlee, from gentlents
vho have bwn raited at my old entabliihment
m Pcnoijlvaoiaavenae, between Four-and-a-half
and Sixth Street.
Hy Hit Mian Mama la wp fttftln
flUmi futt-i .Ml The trade wppUed.
octio-iy
IUTKI WOOD,
WHOLEOALB AJD SKTA1L PAUEM Dl
ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES.
OONBISTIAO OF
(loklea, I'rtaervei. Catnpe, Baioaa
Jellies. Fralta, Olive,
Sardlaei. Salad Oil, Choice Beliihat,
Condeued MUk, Muitardi,
PREflEUVED MEATS, FISH, BOUPS, Ac.
Pare Wines and Liqnon by the Package
CIQARS AND TOBACCO.
tkaT Agent! for Tllden'i Extract of Coffee, with
Sugar and MUk combined
MM Piimiylvania avanua,
WASHINGTON. D 0.
deo 1T-U
PVANS WATSUN'M
PHILADELPHIA
SALAMANDER,
FIRE AND
BURGLAR PROO
V E M .
H A.
Store. 10 loath V ourth street,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Order received by
' W. D. SUEPHKRD.
Corner of Seventh and D mrceti,
Ian IT ly Wuhlngton.D O
DATHRT ATTUIINKYB.
MASON, FENWiTkT& IAWBEiE.
CHARLES MASON,
Lata Ct-mmiMtoner of Patanti.
ROBERT W7KNWICK,
Fltleen ycari In Tattnt Agenoy Buatnew.
Da WITT n."LAWRENCE,
Late member of the PatentOflloe Appeal Board.
OFFICE IN WASHINGTON. D. O.
Non PatenU procured All Information neoea
lary to obtain a patent aent free of charge
Jan a3tr
TUST RECEIVED AT L A- BEALL ft CO '8
J Na 301 beventh between I and Kitrcit,anew
xtoclc nf CLtirilING, KUitNiaiUWU GOODS
TRUNKS, HATS and CAPS.
f A BEALL At CO '3, No JO I beve-th itrtet
j, betiefen I and K.le the plaoo to buy your
CLOTHING, BURNISHING OOOD3, TRUNKS,
I1A1S and CAPS, at New York prioti
COMK ONE AND ALL AT L A. BKALL It
tO '8, No 361 Seventh utreet between I and K,
to buy your CLO rUINU, FUimiSUINU GOODS.
HATH and CAPS
NOW IS YOUIt TIME TO HU Y YOUtt CLOTH
ING, KUKN1S111NG U HO 1)8 1IA1H and
i APS at very low prices, at L. A BbALL jkCO 'fl,
No. 301 Sev'rnth, between 1 and U strict!
mar 81 3m
VVKHYUODY'S ATTENTION IS CALLED
-Hi tocur new stock ol Sj nog Clothing, fcurnUhlng
Goods, 'lrunks,llau antf Ctps,atNo 400 Seventh
'X5owii Armijt
FWVGlj VppOMllO IU 1 Ubl UUW WXW WJ UOI
pjtBSmJTGKR TH4 MJT8.
ua u. tuur wkuaksuat, April i.uea, uh
Pmjacucr Tnlnj betw an WtAlnwttm. Baltmor.
ud tht Writ, will ran u tollowi t
lift DmCp TVsifM arrtw at and rfrpar, front WuMngtm
oauy aunng ut wu, an i (wo on sunjayt
FOR PlltLADRLPHtA AND NEW TORK-
UtTt WuhlngtonttrJi.tn,; 40 mllft m.,od
lp m
Vn iMnfipnrrfl Iaii U7a.hin-rnn .t ua
tint ,i1 6p m.
OR FdEOKRICK LeT Wulilnjtoa t 7.40
ft m., and I so p. m.
FOB Xhh POINTS WHST.
Aud for lUrpcr'i Frrry. tlartuubnrr, tad Win
obcbtcr, leftT Wftituigton at T 40 a. m
TRAINS MOVING fiOUTH.
L3t New Tork itT in; Phttadtlphla 11 ID a
m.; Iialttmora 3 10 p m ArrtrtatWaflUoKtoBia
pirn.
Uar New Tork at dp m. PblUrtelDhla lowp
m i Baltimon 4 so a m A nlra at WwhlDgUrn 6
aim.
Uave New Tork at II p a j Philadelphia lOOi
m : Baltimore no i m Arrive at WwhlMto
psia n
.Local Aooommodatloa Iraloe leave UalUmorea
14 a n and 1 10 p. m. Ibr WaehlDgton arrive iher
at it a. m. aad T oo p. m.
On Baadai at 4 so and 7 40 a. m only from Ilaltl
more Mo AnaapoUi or Frederick otjnneetiooi or
Sunday.
PeUMarer Tralm leavtnr Wanhlortou all 40a m
and a 00 p. m , and Baltimore at 7,40 a m and 1 10
p, m , make direct oonoeotloiiri for AnDpoli at th
JanoUon. The 7 40 a m train connote at Relay
lor rreacrics, unftrrown. iisrper'i rcrry.iiiir
tinsburf, Winchester, Wheeling, Varkerahorg, Ao
fco.exMptSanJiyi
Trne leave Aanapolle for Baltimore and Waib
lagton at 6 M a. in and 8.40 p. m
riMDir iraiDi laariai vraaaiDRionaiio.uvB.iti
II a. m and I p m , and Baltimon at 4 80 and 7 40
a. m. and 8 M p. m , will vp only at Annapol June
Nan. Way 1'aaMngen mnat take the Aeeommdatim Trmin
enlvs
W P. SMITH,
ftp 8 Matter of Traniportatioa, Bait
D'
1.B1. AMD'S
Anti-Bheumatio Band!
raaiiaMBTtT ovau
kXUMUMA VSMt in Ut wum form ,
QVUTltdNKUJULGU,
trrurrntaa and skr rvva a rrxenoxa,
IMPURlTltS of (A. BLUVD,
AM tkl MMXffttt cf Mtrcmy.
It li ft ooavenlently arranged Ba or Bilt, oon
tajnlnga medicated oompoand.to be worn around
the body, about the watrt, rdallt At rkcrisa all
raati. wKerteer IW Mieote may U. and can be worn
mEJW injury to the mott UticoU person
By thle treatmeat, the medloina propertlee con.
tained In the Uahp, being of a highly onmotto u l
anU noiurt, and capotU of being rii7ji mbtrwiel
'Annua Ou portt 0 Ou ima, come into dtraot contort with
tbe Blood and general cirwlHan, without flrat pnw
big through the prooeee of ilctntion, which wonld
tend, not only to otrMC 110m their curative powtrt,
tut to UarirUi interna) organi andderaige the
dlgeiiion alio thai avoiding the tnjurioui ejjick, to
ftn the reialt of totem! remtdta. ud effeoting a
trfX CHtu, by purifying and jualiiry Ut circular wn of
tht vital fluids, end rtttoring t parti afftxttd to a htalik
mdUion Tall Basn U alio a mott vowrfvl Ami
Meiotjkul AaiitT," and will mHretyrdie theeyi
Um Irom tti pmUdoua efftctt
Hoderataaaatiaraouredln afewdayi.and we are
eonitantly raoelvlng mdwbud UiUmonUle to which
we lnvlUrinipeotlon atouroffloe of their emoaey In
aggravaftOcaiie of long Handing.
Tfriea Two DoUara. Sent by mail upon reoelpl ol
i, or by expreM every where, with all nxtuary ta
frtideVMi, from the princlpnl otnoe of
O SMITH ik CO , Proprietor!,
491 Broadway, new Tork
M. ADtMcriptiucinulartuntfm
JUT ThU Band will not Interfere Kith the olJier
UUet tjt 1S ty
pLAIHB AUAINST Ut UN1TIU STATKK
FINLEY BIGGER, (late RerUtar of the U.8
Ireaaury,) and CHARLES K. SHERMAN, Conn
ellora at Law, will devote their entiia attention to
the proaecntlon and aettlement of demand! agaiut
the United Statei, growing out of the preaent war,
including the AooounU and C lalm of Statei , Con
tractor , and Diibursing Offloen. appllcutloni foi
tbe restoration of property illegally eiexad or cap
tured, and for ooinptnaallon for the use of prtvale
1 ropcrty for Government pur pone, antt tor damage
lor the Injury of nuch property by tbe army, Kr
military pay, penioni, and bounty landi; and for
liRtributive ihare ol mouiei payable at the Trea
(ury and due to lub contractor and otnrn
Tuey will alo give legal ad floe to olalmaaU, con
traotori, and to unprofesiional agrnti In litigated
tawa, and prepare written argument! when denlred.
With Nou resident Agenti who may aend then
juinw, an equitable divUuon of oommiuloni will be
nade
Undisumtcd Demand! will be collected and
romptly remitted for a oommlMten of from a hail
titwo and a half per cent depending on the
amount, and negotiation with tne Department
eouiuoiea on moaeraia icrmi
By pronpt attention, moderate charge, lunges
oenenoe. and a minute knowledge of the of law
regulation, rule and precedent!, governing thU
llaw of buBinew at the Department!, they hope to
render their lervicei awfulto claimants and publio
4rJiton.
Urfertnae may be made to Members of Congree,
na omoeri 01 me tjovernment; ana eipeoiany, oy
pcrnuftMon, tome 11 on ciliha vvniTTLasir, nrtn
comptroller ol tbeTreuury
Addreas Menni. BIGGER & SHERMAN.
Wwhington, 1) C "
Oiace, No UtFitrcot, neir Ireaeury and Wll
lardi' Hotel nv nflm
DATKHT UKK1VK UUM1NK8M.
uoldiers' Pensions & Bounties.
SOJNES JlLEXJrt)kKit.
The uudere'gned have entered Into a co-partner
dhip, uATlUKNUS and bULICITUKS. lor Ihe
Crocurlag ot FATKM1S, and all other kind! ol
uf-lnesM, at the Patent OOlce
Knpeoial attentloo wilt be given to rtjected appll
oailone, to cxtei Rlom and opposition toexUimions,
ind to taking and prepailug evidence and argu
menti In tnteriereoce oaei
The undenlgued will alflo attend to obtaining
PENSIONS and BOUNTIKS for Soldien nerving
during the i reMnt and previous wars, and to the
procecution generally of all Mmilar claiu.es ot bus!
ncm with the Government
Office corner of Seventh and V itreet,oiott
the Patent Offloo DANIKL K BOSIkS,
C H. ALLXANDEIt
WAkBitfOTotf, March 10, iftflj mar 12-dJtwti
VTANUUUDl
IIOWLOVn HOW RKSTOItKD!
Juxt puulUhed, In fealed en v. lope. Trice tx cents
A Lecture on Ihe Nature, Treatment anil
Itadioil ( uru of Sirmatorrba)a or Seminal Wet a
neu, Involuntary Vmlwlona, Sexual Debility, and
ImpedltrenU to 3IarrUge generally, IVervouMuvta,
Cuuumptlon, Kpliepey a jd Fit!' Mental and Fbyel
cat Inoataclty, rfMulUng from Self Abuw, Ac By
ROlil J CULVKKWhLL.M D , Author of the
Green Uwk,&o
" Boou (o Thousands or .Sufferers."
Sent undtr eal,ln a plain envelope, to any addrew,
poet paid, on receipt ot tlx cenU.or two poetage
UmpT,by Dr t II J C KL1NK,
187 Bowey,New Kork,
ap l-dkw!3m Poet Office Box, 45-8C
STATIJAUY.
MAHUKK MONUMKN'IB.
feQ.t AC
I have a Urge and moat extenelve stock of
Italian MarbU Monumenta, Uravcatonae
dfo., Ac.,
for aale at low prloei, lor cash I will eell at reduced
Jrloei to those f the aimy or navy who may want
hem ai mementoei for tbtlr comrades who have
fallen in defence of the Union
WM. IturilfcKVOKD.
feb 17 Om E street nutli, bet 11th and 13th
pilOPOSALS yOU HTHsADlbUH.
Navr DtfAUTMiwr,
April 16,1862
Propotials will beroceiveu by this Depart Lent, by
malidr ulesraih.tcthj&oth Uutant utnocu.wllli
general sptclflcationi and plat u, fur tlicc wttuct o i
i f one cr more, up to lour, lion Gut boats lor tl e
Mls-U Ippt river and Gulf twrviJ, with two turreis,
on the plan ol the hrlo sou Turret, lor tho 11 iich
funi, the Ihloknes) ol the Iron or which to bi el), hi
uohes, the i-idc to be pitted with iron of threi
Indies th ckntss in one or two layers to extend two
and one half tett btlow Ihe lesd line The vfssels
U Le not less thin 3.0 feet in length and 6 it-i-t
hrillh . ftnd not la draw orrr tlv ftTt nf water load
ed retdy for service Io be propelled bytcrewsto
enruri a speed through the wa'er of nke knots or
sua limes per nour rrvptfrstt wiu mm it inov
and time oi compUtlon apr 18- dut
ALL TIIK UlCftT CtHtKIRO HIOVKS.
lAKLti CUTLEUY. AND
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OF ALL KINDS
Camp Furniture and Tin ware, to be had of
W. U 11AUKOVEU,
marl om No s3iBvtQ'hut.
jOBTTHEBE S T!
Martian's Card Portraits
or .THE
MEN OF Tp TIME!
thane Portraits are Superior to any now In
the Market, and are remarkable for tbe faith
falneas with which the IlkeneM l portrayed.
Printed on oarde of the (aine (lie u " Cartel
de Vtiite," they are adapted to the Photograph
Album, or can beeent to distant frlenda by
mail.
LIST 0 rOUTKAITS ALltKADY ISSUbD,
Oil PllKPAttlNO.
Military .OrricKiu.
Gen. WuMttiton. Gea. Hoeencran.
" H-ott thai F, Smith
" McClellaa. " Augur.
' He Do well " Howard.
Shfrman, at Fort Hooker.
Royal. " Mtade.
i Kelly. fligel.
" McCalL ' loon.
" Halleck. l-teraont.
" Humair. ' Hunter.
Mtteh-11 Keye'.
" Nelioi " Bioham
" Manfttleld. " F.J.Porter.
" Dii Cot llerdan
" Butler. Ovary
" Wo-i Wiiur.
11 MoClernand. ' Huffman.
' Cullura Fnedman.
' Andereon. " ElUworth.
rope Cro
" Sturgti. " J. W. McLaoe.
" Grant. VanWyck.
Linier. " Biker
" Negley. J 8 HcCalmont.
" Buoll T. F alligher.
Wad worth. K. B.lUrrey.
Cox. J.H Taggart.
" Reynold!. 1 Geo S Hayi
Hcboepu. LL C-L Kaaa
Bank!. I " Baokmaa.
" Bur wide, iCapt Euton.
Nital Ornt'KRS.
Com L M.UoldsboreughCt.in K V (lotdsboroagh,
11 toote. In command! at Port Itoyal
oftheHlse.rieet Uspt David D rorter.
" Decent Ucut talrfax.
" Wilkes I
CiviUi.vs.
Abrshaoi l.lneoin, resident of the United Htatee.
Hannibal Uamlin, Via. 1' reel lent United States.
, William II Seward becteterr or htate.
' Ilwln M Stanton, Beoreuiv of War
Uldeun vv ellee, Seeretsrf of the Nevr .
Salmon P. Cbase, Secretary of tne Treasnrr.
Caleb B South, Seonurr f tbe laterlor
I Montgomery lllalr, Pa master Ueneral
Elward Hates Attorney Ueneral.
Hon. JOteph Holt
lion Andrew Johnson
Ut. Itobert J. Itrecklnrldge, I. I).
Hon Alfred M. tl.
Ulokls.
JeBerson Davie I nen. ltuokner.
Oen. lleauregard Com. llelllns
7-Mew Portraits added dally,
tGEJHT8 n'jtJTTEU
In all the Camps, tt whom Liberal Terms are
offered. Any Industrloua man can make
money by engaging In their Me.
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Where all orders will be promptly uttemled to.
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A full eupply, at all prlooa from 75 tts. to $20.
A Liberal Deduction mado to tboae who aell
again.
Stationery Paokagea, Writing Cases, Portfol
ios, Diaries, and everything In tho btationery
line at the lowest prices.
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merits lm
vr O T I V K
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GOSLING RESTAUR'NT,
247 m
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
SOUTH SIDE,
(Formerly of New York,)
Has the Name and Fame oi being
ONKOKTUEBKSTUESTAUBANTSINTOWN.
jn-Glvensa trial, and Judge for ourselfi
Everything In the House Is of tbe
BEST TIIK MAUKET AFFOBD?.
Don't loigct the nuo.br,
aT, Pennsylvania avenue,
between TwclBh and Thirteenth streets,
max io- South side
XaXTTT39.
2PXIr-a.T3Et.
PHIVATH,
DR. LA BONTA
liavlnsrtmuvrd It's odloe to Itoom No 6, adjoining
the Huntlay Cltrunlo c oUlce, In Wsitlilngton Itulld
Ug , l'a avenuv.eorner tf beventlt street, Is now
ready to care all Itistarea of a I'riratv Nature.wlth
outtneu-teofdtngerousor dl guitlajr drugs ot any
kind, atid no luterlerenoe with your bui-lntt avooa
tlt.nsbavlnir devoted my whole time to the etuJy
and cure of Private DlMascs of both star, and to
Chronlu Affections ol Ihe Womb, Liver, Kidneys
Skin t rut'tions, fcc , and Ktatloatins; In tho bst
Hthool In tlie world the New York city Iloepitate
undir Prof. Chilton sml Parker, to whom 1 mt
resiectlully refrr I will isy 91 000 to the perxon
turnlfhlntt me a caee of any ol the above disc ecr
which I cannot eptedliy at.d iHltuineDtly cure, lei
the tase be old or new. No die log ritrulred, noth
loft disss rttsble In auy part of the treatment.
Consultations lrer. Ituotna very prlvu c
M LA. IIONI,
Itoom 5 Unt floor) Wellington llulldlcg,
ao3 lm Pa avenue and beventh street.
rrtll OfKtUI.HS, ICTLKIIX, die,
A new llaht.fbur wheeled WA-
UtJON, with water nroot eovers:
ana nanuitumc le.iiier oubiu.iu
built to order at New York and cost tl9, KUK
SALE, at a moderate price Also, a New York
made set of DOUHLK HARNESS, plated fittings
never uited Also.a set of nlaln Siholi IIabkbss
quite new Apply lor address of Ktable and Urooen
u SSI ocvenieenKn street, oorocr oi s uec o
IXTUUD AMD CO
AMD OUAa.1
ud nuu, m uu buiiuit vi ail .lUU. Ul Ail !
CITti CUAI..
KkT Coal kept la ooal boaees, well seiteited beiore
delivery
JJIOlbl to the ton.
vvooa, oi air auus, preiareaor aeuvcrco oortt
length.
JM VASUI
T J 4 v.. M. tiAI.1.
Mo Ml feunaylvaniaavcnns
b.tv.eee tub end 17th ntrccu,
n lT-t
rrtllK HKbT PLACR IN TOWN 10 Bin
L Clolhlug U atbUirU'b.No .00 Setentbst ,
oiiitlto Post OOloe.
lUUNUM lSIIhllK!
Kir- ON HIKE KXIIIlllTlON' One of t ie best
stocks ot Clothing, Poralsulng Uoods, lists, and
Caps
N B All of iho above Uoods lor sale very low
mar SO d3m
Ol'I'.CIAL NOlt E ITAKK PI.KAhllltK IN
O inlormlng my friends that I have Juitt reothel
aaol er stock of the best and tlovid Clothing 1- the
GDUDur , w tiiuii t sin nuw utierin at itis nau wuuiv
sale prices, at J. A. SMITH'S Clothing btore, No.
4uu Seventh street, near P.
J W Kfcl.P,
Formerly over Gait's Jewelry btore
mar 90 d3m
NKW STYLr. SPUINU U JUST KtCD
only II, at No. 400 Sercuta street
mar 'io d3m
NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.
Kor tne National Republican
if TIIK CDLTVHKOr CUTTOfl Id OUtl
WKITKItn ITATKI.
In tho Rqmtotiam, of Tuesday last, is an ex
tract from a letter respecting the raising of
cotton In Illinois. From what I hare seen In
Kentucky, I am satisfied It can be raised In
Illinois, as also In Indiana ,ind Ohio, to rery
near the centre of each Btate, In some parts
of Kentucky, at a dlstanoe from the Ohio river,
the people having scarcely any articles of
produce that will bear transportation to mar
kilt, are In a measure thrown upon their own
resources, and each family raise, a small piece
of cotton, from which the seed Is picked by
band; it Is then carded by hand cards, and
spun like wool, when being dyed, It la wove
into cloth for women's dresses, or, wl'hout be
ing djrid, wove Into cloth for other rmi pejsua,
such cloth being friquenlty used for summer
wear for the male portion of the family. Tbe
Idea that It rctjolrre a very rich toll to produce
It Is erroneous, us I hare seen it grow on land
that would not raise over twenty bushels of
corn to the acre. Of course, on better land tho
crop would be more. In the section of country
above mentioned, the crop would be as profita
ble as any that could be raised, If there were
any gins there; but tbe tedious hand picking
operation Is a great barrier to the raising of
this crop, else Louisville would soon be as eel
ebrated for lis cotton market, as It is now for
its market of tobacco, as a proof of which I
may mention the Tact, that some years ago,
a man had a gin, which he run one season, and
ginned all the cotton ral-ed in bis neighbor
hood. The next year a large amount was
raised, which he again ginned, and the next
year a still larger quantity was raised, whan he
took bis gin tu pieces, and this checked tbe
raising of cotton there, as no one else knew
bow to run the gin.
To the three States I have named above, may
be added a great part of Missouri; and thus the
farmers of the West may supply a great por
tion ol Ettropo with cotton, and, Instead of rais
ing corn to run In flat boats down tbe Ohio and
Mist IsnlppI at Ihe risk of their lives, compel the
Southerners to raise tbclr own corn, and, by
destroying their monopoly nf cotton raising,
give slavery a greater blow than it has yet
recrived.
In this connection too, I may add that I hare
no doubt but that In the whole of France, and
in a great portion of England, cotton can be
raised. I Infer this Irom tbe fact, that in the
latter country, more than 200 years ago, In the
latltudo of 52 degrees, tobacco was raised to
such an extent, as to cause an act of Parliament
to be passed to prohibit It. I saw tobacco
growlog luxuriantly In Ihe same place in 1822.
(See Bell's Guelteer, rol.IV., p. 333.) Tho
Idea that tbe South can rule the world by means
of their cotton li an erroneous one, for I am
well convinced that In the States I have named,
the farmers will find It the moet profitable of
tbelr agricultural operations to raise cotton,
unless the rastness ol the crop in all parts of
the world greatly diminishes the price. I do not
think the crop Is more laborious to raise than a
crop of corn, and an acre of corn when raised,
and the produce carni) J to market, rarely pro
duces more than (25 In our Western States;
while au acre of laud that would produce so
much in corn, would produce it least 1,000
pounds of cotton, worth four times the amouut
of the corn. During the past forty years, cot
ton has been once nearly 21 cents per pound
(in Ulo) and onco as low as C) (In 1819.)
Ourhtt 111" lost flvi- years, the price bos fluctu
ated fiom tit urly 11 to over 12 cents. (See Be
port on tho Mnances for 1801, p. 250.) Such
prices are highly remunerative, when It Is con
sidered that In many years of this period, corn,
In tho States I have named, could be bought
lor Irom 10 to 20 cents per bushel.
I shall close this article by giving the method
of raising cotton as practiced by the people
above mentioned. The ground being ploughed
and harrowed, Is to be prepared, by putting It In
ridges, which la done by throwing two furrows
together. A shallow drill is then opened on the
top or the ridge, and the seed deposited In tho
drill, which can be covered by the hoe.
Previous to planting, tbe seed should bo soaked
in uurtn water twelve hours, and rolltd In
wood ashes. Put In the seed as early In May
as poraible, aud when the plants come up,
they should be thinned out to about a foot
apart, uud be kept clear of weeds. The bolls
of cotton will turn black and burst ataut the
time of the Bret frosis In September, whTu they
must be gathered, and dried by being spread
on ecafTolds In the sun, and when sufficiently
dry, tbe seed can be picked out, or the cotton
may be ginned. This Is the method pursued,
uud us to the mode ol conducting tho opera
tions, the mind of an Ingenious tiller of the
soil will suggest plans which can be adopted
to economize labor. In the Patent Office Ke
portou Agilculture tor 183 1, at page 179, may
be seen tho method ol raising cotton In Missis
sippi, which does not differ essentially from the
above. Northern Ingenuity will no doubt In
troduce la'-or saving machines, at present un
knowu in the South, and I have no doubt but
that, if persevered Iu, Ihe culture of cotton
will be found very advantageous to the States
I bave named, fur 1 believe their climato and
soil aro well adapU d to it. J, G,
Justice tu Iowa.
1? rom the Iowa btate Keglster
SoMaTiiiNU or AN Eitnoitl A correspondent
at Wusbluglon sends us a special report roan
by the Sccretaty of War on the 28th ol I'ebru
ary, professing to show tho number of troops
in toe unueu otaies ttervicu iruiu tue aevcrat
Stales. The aggregate number of inlantry and
cavalry liirnlslud by Iowa, according to this
report, is only 9,801 1 How such an error us
this could have occurred Is unaccountable.
Iu December, IStil, nearly two mouiha prevl
outt to the Secrttury's statement, the Adjutant
General ot this State made a report showing
that Iowa bail at that llmoin the United States
Hervlee 19.105 trcoos! blnce then two regi
ments iho b itteeulh and Sixteeuth have been
HUrd tin. IncreaslnK tbe number of Iowa vol
unteers to lully 20 000 1 Will the Secretary of
War give us credit tor iu,rj troops, oi wnoin
he sutms tu nuve raaae no uccounti
Mrs. Foote. wile of Commodore Footo. arrir
n In HiUlinnro. Frldav evening, on a visit to
ber daughter, Mrs. George S. Reese, of St. Paul
street.
Till! KOHTOLK III VKgTIOATIOd,
The report of the Select Committee for In
rrstlgatlng the facts relative to th loss of lb
Norfolk Nary Yard, Harper's Ferry Armory
and the Pensacola Nary Yard, has been mad.
by Mr. Hale, the chairman. The following Is
el synopsis of the report :
The property at tha Norfolk nary yard was
valued at 19.7fi0.0O0. There were In th.
yard at least I wo thousand heavy guns, of which
Uiree hundred were or tbe uanigreu pattern.
The Buchanan Administration must hare
been nerfectlr cotnlzantof Ihe series of events
distinctly loreshadowing the civil wai now In
firogress; anq tne committee regara it as neg
Igence and dereliction of official duty of the
J rarest character, and that It was a party to
infalal policy of temporliatlon and negotiation
with armed and causeless rebellion against the
rightful authority of the laws, and of scrupu
lous tenderness towards seditious agencies
Which seem to have actuated the Government
at the time. A want of rigor and decision In
the discharge of it, duties on. the, port of. the
f)ew""Aamlnlrtratlon may be regarded as
strange, If not a failure to appreciate the ac
dial condition of the country, at least until the
loth of April, or thirty-seven days after the expi
ration of loo previous Administration. Tbe
Committee can find extenuation for this only In
that Insane delusion which seemed to bare oc
iupled Ibe public mind, that tbe portentous
clouds that had blackened tha heavens for
months were charged with no real danger, and
were to bo dissipated by a continuation of n
forbearance wnlcn bad been continued so long
that It bad ceased to be a virtue, and had be
como tbe most disgraceful weakuess and pusll.
lanimuy.
Capt. McCauley was Induced to believe that
(be peace and security of the yard depended
Jpon preserving the existing state ol things,
pon dnlnir nothing further to exclto th
already maddened publio feeling, and who was
willing to s'6 Ihe Government lie still aud be
bound band and foot till It should be com
pletely in the power of tbe insurgents. In the
threats and menaces ol the mob, exaggerated
by the representation of tbe bake ana traitor
bus officers who surrendered Ihe commander.
and against whom he was warned without avail,
tbe committee nnd tbe key to his deplorable
conclusion, and the fact that neither ho nor
Capt? Paulding and Cant. Pendergrast now
remember or acknowledge tbe opt-ration tl
such loflifnces upon their conduct, goes far to
Show the Inconsiderate baste, if not timidity
hod want nf nerre under wh ch tbey acted.
The committee cannot understand why Capt.
Puuldlog, the special and confidential ruect ni
the Dermrlm.nl, should have It It at liberty to
leave, WltUtU lew utiuis aikci uio biii.bi, mjih
yard and the property connected therewith, ia
the drfruee ol which be was entrusted, without
first havlotr determined, In consultation with
Captains McCauley and Pendergrast upon seme
.icuuiiu i;uuiira it, un iu.ducia iu tuac.cu.v.
imminent danger to, or an attack upon the
yard.
I Tha committee come to tbe following conclu
felons :
I First The Administration of Jmta Buchanan
were guilty of neglect in nut taklug extntordl
nary care and employing uvery possible means
to protect and defend this yard, after Indica
tions of danger had manifested themselves.
hecund. The Administration ot Mr. Lincoln
cannot be held blameless for tuflerlng thirty
aeveu days to elapse tifter be came into power
before making ft movement for tbe defence of
tbe yard.
Third. Capt McCauley was highly censura
ble for neglecting to send the Mcrrlmac from
the yard, as he was ordered, and also for scut
lllnz the shins and preparing to abandon the
yard before an attack was made or seriously
threatened, when he should hare defended ft
and tbe property entrus ett to mm, repelling
force by force, as he was instructed to do, if the
occasion should present iiseit.
fourth, uapt. t'auiding was cenuranie lor
neclectlns to consult with Cant. McCauley and
Capt Pendergrast, while he was at the yard,
on Ibe 17tb April, In reg-ard to the course to
be pursued In the event of an attack upon the
yard; and also lor failing, Immediately upon
his arrival at the yard, on th .'Oili. tu order
tnt property to be burnt, or to saitsty hlmsuii
that any necessity tor such measures existed.
Fifth Capt. Pendergrast, In command of the
Cumberland, the flag-ship of the Home Squad
run, made no suggestions as to tho measures
proper to be adopted, and seems to nave taken
uo part in tbe transaction, excepting to move
his ehlp, as he was directed.
The committee Biy they can suggest no rem
edy for the errors which tbey think bave been
provcu in mis casu oo lar as tue uuicc-n ot
the navr are concerned. It brlouirs to the I.I
ecutlte Department of the Government to de
termine what course shall be pursued.
Tbe estimation formed oy tnat department
of the conduct of Captains McCauley, Paulding,
and Pendergrast nas been manifested oy tear
ing tbe first named without active duty, and
aligning to the others the commands ol two ol
the most Important navy yards we have left
namely, Brooklyn and Philadelphia.
In concluding what they hare thought It their
duty to say on tills subject, tbe cimmlttee would
simply remark that the lemon afl'urdid by the
surrender of Norlolk navy yard will not be
wholly without its value to us, it we shall learn
by It as a nation that pusillanimity iu the de
fence ol our rights may be as seriously injur!
ous as tho open assaults of our enemies.
In remarking upon tne suujcci ci iuu star
tier's Ferrv armorv. the committee see no
cause fur censure la the conduct of Captain
Roirer Jones. To Ibe neglect ot uovernment
to take any measures to strengthen and defend
that establishment duriug the wluter preceding
its abandonment, the s iino generul n marks are
applicable as those made in reierence tu me
Norlolk oa
; navy yard
LATH SOIITUDUN NEWS.
From late Southern papers we gather tht
following items ol Interest :
MOKK JMIKMTS IN MMmi LIS
rhe Nashville Union ol the ICtb Inst, con
talus tliu lollowlng :
Mr. Jones, the editor oi tne jtanntr, was ar
rested and put in confinement on last Saturday
lor treasonable aud seditious language and
conduct.
Mr. James T. Hell, lorimny editor oi tne
Nashville Giaelte, was arrrBted last Saturdiy
for treasonable conduct Ho wus admitted to
ball In the sum ol $5 000 to appear before tho
provost marshal.
tscui'E moM rmsov
Lieut. Wilson, ot Uraves' battery, oaptured
at Fort Donelsuti, reached Corinth on tbe 2'Jlli
ult , having escaped Irom Camp Chose, Coluin
bu, Ohio. In a published statement, he says
the rebel prisouers at Camp Cbase are clothed
u,ll hut led badlr. He represents it unanimity
of feeling In the North with rolerence to Uh
rplii'llliin. but met with many svmputbizem In
Sontheru Indiana, some ol whuin afforded him
lacllltieB for reaching Kentucky.
MIHCLI.1V101'3
lit Iloie's Rtvuui. io lis last number, states
that the following; mauulactorles nave been es
tablished at Ihe South since the commencement
ol the war :
At Lynchburg, va , an t nveiope tactory anu
blacking, match, a'.tl hat factories, At Ablog
ton, Teun., largo flult works, and several iron
torges and a lurnace. Iu Portsmouth, Va ,
foundries for Ihe manulactute ot rilled cannon
and revolving pl.tole ; also sasb, door, and
wagon lactones. In Louisa and Albemarle
eight or ten large tauueitus. In Cborlotte
nn..niD .. ,inw.iAF mill, whkh turns out 1,000
pounds per day, aud a linseed oil mill, which
makes 500 gallons per day. In (iretusbero',
N. C , manufactories 'lor! giuw," plstolt,' Hi w,
saddles, &&, and In Monroe, domestic cloths,
pistols, and bowle knives. Many others are
enumerated, bnt these are the prloclparnm '
Lieut. O'Neal, nf the Confederate nrmr, was
shot aid killed a few days ainoe, near Aivnn
nsh, by one of bin own pickets, wboi mistook
him for a Union officer.
John L Porter, U. 8.N. contractor, Is bu( ior
a letter vindicating his claims as the originator
and constructor of the Merrimae. In 'It he
takes Issue with the Secretary of the -Navy,
who, It seems, has failed to award him tbe
proper credit for his Invention.
The church bells of Fredericksburg, weigh
ing In the aggregate) K 500 po inds, enough to
make a batiery of six field pieces, bave been
tendered to the Unvernmtnt.
Tbe Richmond Dispatch, finding all kinds of
disinfectants scarce, recommends a mixture of
plaster of commerce and coal tar as a substi
tute. The same paper complains that It is
almost impossible to purchase marketing ruffl
dent lor tne most ordinary meal, which It at
tributes in a great meamre to tbe numerous
werthlesarvMnplawtera palmed off upon the
renders.
As Lieut, llnvls was firing a double-barreled
shot gun. a few days since, at Athens, Tenn.,
the weapon rebounded, tho butt striking him
In tbe face, literally tearing his bead to pieces
and killing blm instantly.
Both Houses of the rebel Congress have
adopted a resolution thanking the women f f
tbe South tor their energy and zeal In inrnlsn
Ing contributions to the soldiers '
On Monday last tbe Elliott Greys, stationed
at tbe naval hospital, were presented with a
b'-uutlfill blue silk Dig, trimmed with heavy
silk fringe, by the ladles of Porlsmonth.
A heavy rain storm passed over Mtddl.
Georgia on the 1st Inst Every railroad run
ning towards Macon, except the Macon and
Western, was washed away In places.
Stnart, Buchanan A Co., of Kaltvllle, Vir
ginia, adverllre that they can now supply
enough salt to prevent suffering among the
people.
Lie Mallory Is exhibiting a moriog pano
rama, in Richmond, of the war. Among tbe
illustrations Is one of tbe battle of Manassas.
A citizen of Richmond proposes tnat $100,
000,000 be raised by subscription, with which
to purchase a navy from Europe.
Provost Marshal Parhatn gives notice that
all huckstering is absolutely prohibited within
the Noifolk military district.
Interesting Incident, nntl Hcsnes.
We make the following extracts from lower.
Ircm Pittsburg Lauding:
HOW StONCr JtmASTOVWiH IlkCXXlMZLn,
Albert bldney Johostou'a body, which was
not found till Monday evening, wustltst lecoc
u'red by Brigadier General Nelson, nlm hid
known him when the one was an honored offi
cer in tbe ol ' army, and the other was a limi
tenant of the nary. Prisoners bad been tell
ing of bis death, and deucrlblog bim us drees d
In u velvet suit, nod when such a corpse was
lound, inquiries were naturally mode as lowho
knew Johnston. General Nelson was sent fur
He at once declared it to be. Indeed, tbe dead
Commander-in-Chief, and bad the body re-
morea to nis own tent uenerai uousshiii was
subsequently sent for, and he, too. recognized
tho features Captain ChandlT, of the regular
army, did the same ; and, strangely enuiigh,
there was a wagonma-tter there wno had been
one of Johnston's teamsters lnthefamonUtah
expedition, win likewise remembered lu. ap
poarance of the chief he had lollowed on that
disastrous march to tbe Rocky Mountains.
UUAT TIIK CONFKIIRIUTM HIY.
The editor of the St. Louis Democrat has con
versed with the Confederates whaurrlre-d there
on Monday, und Irom them learns the Ie How
Ing relative to Geueral Prentiss und his cum
in ind:
Gen. Pruutltet surrendered about lour o'clock
on Sunday evening. The rebel olllcers say he
and his men fuiight well, but were completely
surrounded when they gave up. They alsosay
that their army was drawn up In lne of batik
on Saturday night, within u lew huudred yards
of our camps, and plainly saw our men going
in and out ot their tenU. l'helr Generals would
not let them build their csmp-tlrca, for far of
discovery.
KILLKO.
Thos. B. Monroe, juu., lormerly editor of the
Lexington blutesmatt, and lato prlrtte secretary
of Gov. Magoflln, of Ky., was among the Con
federates killed
Geu. Sam Houston's ion wa-t wounded, and
is u prisouer at St. Louis. Pierre bottle's son
Is also u prisoner.
Capt. Fesscnden, ot the Nineteenth regulars
(sou ot U. S Senator Feaseuden, of Maine,) was
severely wounded.
ccuiutiutiirv onuisrt.
Gen Buell bos Issued the following order to
tne troops ot nis commana:
IlElDQOAItTKRa AKMT Of" TIIK OulO,
Field of Shiloh, I enn., April 8, ISo 1.
The general congratulates the army undir
his command on the Imperishable honor won
yesterday by a portion ot It on the ba'tie field
of Shiloh, near Plttfburg Landing. The alac
rity and zeal with which they preased lorwurd
by forced marches to the succor of tbelr ooru
rades of a sistt r army, Imperiled by the attack
of an overhelmlng lorce; the gilluntry willi
which they assaulted the enemy, aud the perse
vering courage with which they maintained an
Incessant conlltct against superior numbers,
from tl o'clook In tbo morning until evening,
when the enemy were driven irom tho field, are
Incidents which point to a great service nobly
ptrlormed
The general reminds bis troops again that
such results are not uttalned by individual
prowess alone; that subordluttion uud carel til
training are etsentlal to the tflLicncy of evviy
auny; and lhat the sttcciss wblch his givmi
lhtm a brllllint poe In history, Is greatly duO
to tbu rtadiueN wilh which they have second -d
tbe labors ol their division, brigade, ami regi
mental commanders, who first disciplined Ihem
iu camp, and thm led them judiciously and
gallaiitly in nium
It v cumin ind ot
Maj. Gen. Boatx.
Jaunt) rY,
A. A. U , Chief ot Staff.
Arrlval of Uebcl Prisoners sit Hnllliuorc.
Tbo train from Harper's Ferry, which reach
ed Ihe Camden station at six and a hall o'clock
on Saturday evening, brought to this city th
Confederate prisoners captured by Geueral
Banks' command, near Woodstock, sovtral
days since, 1 hey are about 70 In number, and
aro said to have belonged to Col. Xshby's Cav
alry. Upon the arrival of tbe train, the priso
uers were formed on tbe platform, and flauked
by a detachment of military and police, ami
marched in double file to the city jail, wb. re
they aro now quartered. The prisoners appeared
comlortably clad, and looked cheeriul. W
learn that no visitors will be admitled to tlio
jail to boo lhtm Uow long they will nuuin
hei t Is unknown The coming ot the prisoner"
was unexpected, and but tew persuus were
a-eeinbUd at tbo depot. QjiW a crowd fal
lowed them to the jail, but oo dtuioustralljni
of any kiud were Icdulj-ed Iu. -Zlkfimorc ban
vfiltt.
tlai In"- Evhms It is said the best
tie-uin Hi e engines made In this oounlry, are
manufactured at Manchester. New Hampshire,
by the Auiofkeeg company. Their engines are
In use in Cnlcugo, Detroit, Philadelphia Troy,
New York, llosten, and other cities In this
country. The company is now building one
tor the Emperor ot Prussia, aad Is negotiating
Ui build eight lor the city of Londou.

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