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WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, APftIL 23, I8H2
MiEurtBoi tra uEtJHBorjira
IIF.tMBOf.DB HEUHBOI.lt' B
,. Extract Bnehu, Kxtratt Bnehu,
Extract Bachu, extract Buehu,
Extract Bnehu, Extract sucho.
Extract Bnckn, Extract Buchu,
Extract Bneho, Extract Bachu,
Extract Bucko, Extract Bacha.
extract Bachu, Extract Bneho,
FOR SRCRETAND DELICATE DHORDRRS.
KM 3ECRITANO DIUCA1I DIlORDRR.
OR RIORETAND DtUCATI DISORDERS.
OR SECRET AND DtUCATI DISORDERS.
OR SECREI AND DILICATE DUORDIR3.
OR SECRET AND DtUCATI DISORDER.
OR StCRETAND DRUCATR DOORVRy t
A. Positive and Bpeolno Remedy
A Positive and Rpeolfto Remedy
A Positive and Hpeeiflo Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A INmltlve and Hpeclfle Remedy
A Positive and Hpeeiflo Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
i or ni.tAaiH or tux
BI.AllDKlt, GltAVKL, KIDNKTS, DROrBY,
HLADDKIt UKAVKL,, KIUNKTH, DKOl'HY,
HIjIDDK.K, UltAVRL, KIDNKYB, DUOIMY,
IILADDKK, UKAVKL, KIDNhYS, DlttJI'HI,
MLADDKK URAVKI., KIUNKYs; DKU1MY
DLADUKIt, OUAVKL, KIDNKYS, DROPSY
BLAlMMt UllAVKL, KIDNKYS. BIOPSY,
And all Diseases of the Sexual Organs,
And all Diseases of Ike ft moot Organ,
And all Diseases of the Sauat Organs,
Anl all Diseases 1 the Iccual Organs,
And all Diratft if the texaat Organs,
And alt Puolmi of the Scxuat Organs,
Excesses, RxoBure,andln.prudencies In Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudenoles In Life,
Excesses, Exposures, nod Imprudenoles in Life,
Excesses, Hxpoeures,andImprudencieln Life,
Excesses, Kxmuresf and I mpru denotes In Life,
From winterer csdm orUlnstur.and whether
Hale or Vmle
Veraalei, Uke no more Pills I The ere of no avail
for Complaint! Incident to the sex Use
Iltlmbotd's Extract tluohe ta a Mcdloine whJoh Is
perfectly pleuuit In Itn
TAZTB AND VDOK,
Batlnimeiliate In Hn action, giving Health and Vigor
to the-;Frme, lllootn lo t)i IMId Chock, and re
storing the patient t a perfect tnto of
IIKAI.TII AND PUKITV.
IMmbold'i Extract liuchii U prepared according
to rharmacy ad Chcmiairy, and Is praorlbed and
UK YTItK MWn KMtSKNl PIirsiCfANS
Delay no tourer. Procure the remdy at once
Vrlcs tl per bottle, or six for .
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UUCIiUon the repatathn at ained by
HBUMHttLlVS eCXTKAUT ritJOtl
The Original and only Ucnulne.
We deiilre to ran on the
MKRir or tiutt AltllCt.Kt
Theirs U worthies Is sold at much less rates and
commlAlons, consequently paying a maeh better
WK DlilV COMPETITION I
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ties, to meet the requirements ol
irngglte, end those to whom Fnrn snd Unadalter.
vtnd liquor Is a N eternity or a Luxury.
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ffhlou have startvd into exhtenoe own the basis of
ts well deserved and hard earnet ceitDruy.
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the trashy mixtures sold as " Knomn Uib," or
Old Ton," or' Lokdoh Uoc,,,orLoDOiiGiB,M
no , ao . no nutter how much " antiquity " or " re
peolb.lity ' is assumed by their begetters.
Ttr V.luiMna WAtt of NSW York, tavl 1 " It U
rar preferable to even ruse lloltand O in, and Is tht
beef nrtUU vf Um kind Ikau ever tern." So ssy thou-
nds of phiiiclans
The Hew TorkHorald wyi: " we are snrprise'i
eou, it Is a certain sale guard to
;er ears: M It has no sups
rlor, Iran equaf, tn medi
The Vt nrlaana PieaTimx savs: "Then la no
remedy on eartn lor ayspepsia eqnai w iw
The Boston Journal says: "As a beverage, as a
preventive ,r as a remedial agent, we want no other
il is our tame miim-"
Womsn of America. for yon It is particuinrtv
adapitd. In itoknesi or health. It Is your greatest
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VI Liberty strett.Nsw York,
Bold la Washington by
jiUViUeULi, uui.idna vu.,
1 TiltRJ. VVasUtMl Cej VU.(
S10 E street, near Pa, avenue,
And dealers generally.
TIlsC UrriCKHB OF TItK AltMY.
direct Importation ier stoamci
Fnlton, front Europ
Tooe. a verv Ane and lame assort
aunt of Marine, divers, Field Glasses, and Tei
toopes. whiob I will sell a very little above the ooel
la Paris. Alto the qualities, there are none suie
rlor to be had, having been selected purposely lot
thin market. Also, a large and well assorted stock
ol Opera OlasMe, Microscopes, gold,nllver,aud stee.
Spectacles and F.ye Ulasers, suited to the sight by
the use of an Optometer A considerable number ol
Mrtiflcates to be seen at oiy offloe, Tom gentlemen
who have been suited at my old establishment
iM Pennsylvania avenne, between Poar-anil-u-half
unci SUlb Streets.
My aCetblatamoHt In ap stairs.
OUjmi fiued is mil Tht trade npplied
oot 10 ly
ATKI M WOOD,
WHOUQiAUl AHD &1CTAIL OKlUCMg Ul
ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES,
L'lokles, Preserves. Catsups, Bavors
JelUcs, Fruits, Ollvi-n,
Bardlnei), baled Oils, Choice lXelisbes,
Condensed Milk, Mmurds,
PUE3EI.VED UBATU, F16H, BOUrS, 4i.
Pare Winn And Lfquort by the Package
ClOARS AND TOBACCO.
gv Agents for Tilden's Kxtract of Coffee, wilt
Sugar and Milk combined.
urn Pennsylvania arenas,
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dec IT It
A F B S .
Btore, IS louth Foorth street,
Orders reoelved by
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Comer of Seveath and D etreete,
lanlT-ly Washington, D. O.
MASON, FEimimTtV LAWUEMK.
Lata Cummlssloner of Patents.
yuteen years In Patent Agency Iiuslnies.
Da WITT n."l,AWRKNCE,
Late member of the Patent Offloe Appeal Hoard,
OFFICE IN WAHHINOTON, D. O.
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CLOllUNU.HJltNlSUlNU GOODS, TltUNICU,
iiAio isauAio, ai new lora puces
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tobjir your CLOTUINO, I'UUNISIUN'U GOODS,
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ING, HJHNiaiUNU GUODS IIA1S and
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mar Si 9m
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J to our new btcck ol Spring Clothing, Furnishing
Goods. Trunks, Hats and CapatNo. dCOSeventE
i tttet. opposite the Post Offloe. mer ao dam
I TLrS I
jtlli m 04Jt
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um ana aner wcuaksuai, April 1. isea, Um
Passenger Trains between Washington. Baltimore,
and the West, will run as follow t
Urt Ztatfjf TVatiu arrive ml and dtjari from Wasktngtm
uuhj wmrtrwf um ktw, fjw inv vn tvnamjR,
FOR PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK-
Leave Washington ato a, m.,7.40 a m,.Ua m.nd
FOR ANNAPOLIS-Leave Washington at T.tO
a. m , and & p. n,
FOR KREPKRICK-Leave Washington at T.40
a, m , and 3.80 p. m.
FOR ALL POINTS WEST,
And for Harper's Frry, Martlnrourg, and Win
Chester, leave Waibtigton at T.4o a. m.
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m. BalUmore 8 so p. m Arriveat Washington 6 4'
Leave New Torn at ip m. Philadelphia 10 (Op
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Leave New York at 1 1 p. m 1 Philadelphia 8.S0 a
m t Baltimore T 40 a m. Arrive at Washiagtot
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10 a. m. and 8 10 p. m. tor Washington ( arrive then
at it a. m. and T.00 p m.
On Bandars at 4 80 and t 40 a m only from Baltl
more No Annapolis or Frederick connections on
Passenger Trains leaving Wanhlujrton at T.40 a m
and loop n. and BalUmore at 7.40 a m. and 10
5 m , make direct connections for Annapolis at tht
unction. The 7 40 a. m. train connects al Relay
Untburg, Winchester, Wheeling, Parkersburg, An
m, sav aaai7.
Trssne leave AnnaDOiu lor Ha umore ana wash
tngton at 0 a. m and s 4u p. m
Pawenger Trains leaving Washington at 0.00 a m
II n. m and 8 p. m , and Baltimore at 4 30 and 7.40
m. ana a eu p. m . win wum oiwi at Annatmu jvm
war paesooren must use the Aoamtnaaaum Train,
"J . ,
rf r am am,
ap t Master ol Transportation, Bait
Anti-Rheumatic Band I
MUMVMATJ3M, in Ut eanow form,
numtEss and ptkr vov3 a mimosa,
tMPVRmkVi of Out BLOOJJ,
AndVuAhU MffKU of Mercury.
It Is a oonvenlently arranged ham or Bblt, con
tajnlng a medioated compound, to be worn around
the body, about the waist, suuaut a rr sot wo all
rAStfl, MAtrtmr the diatom mat) tV, and can be woru
vnOun injury to the moat drluate nion.
By this treatment, the medtana properties con
tained In the Baud, blng of hiffhlf anmattc taul
viable nature, and capalU of being rtadtty alurtoi
(KrotAffk tXe yarn lf the tun, come into direct contact with
the Blood and gmrrat cirvulartun, without flrrt pa"
Ing through the process of dlgeKtion, whiih woal t
tesd.notunly todtraot irou their curative powers,
but to impair the internal organs and derange the
digestion also thus avoiding the injurious 'fleets, no
olUn the result of internal remedies, and effactliig a
l-erfttteure, by purifying and equalising the circulatvm if
le vital fluids, and restoring tke arts affected to a health f
vmdtium This Baud is also a most rrwrul Abti
UaacDRiAL A saw." and will entirely rdtax the syc
tem irom 1U parmciout effects.
Moderate casrs are cured In a few d aye, and we are
constantly ncelvingwiaiouUfdteitimonlals to which
Invitilnsnectlon at our offloe of their efficacy In
aggravateoraases or long standing.
Fries Two Dollar. Seal by mail upon receipt ol
i, or by express everywhere, with all nxssary m
ructtcm, from the principal onloe of
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N. B Daenrtive circulars lent fret
AVThls Baud will not interiere ithtlie noldler's
duties. nev Is ly
CLAIMS AUAINST lite UntTKI) H VA I
PINLKY BKIOKR, (late BrulnUr ul the U t.
IrensuryjandCnABXkB K. BIlKBUAN.Couu
wllorsaiLaw, will devote their entire attention to
the prosecution end settlement of demands against
the united States, growing out of the present war,
tnolodlng the Accounts and Claims of States, Con
tractors, and Disbursing Offlccrs: applications fur
the restoration ot property Illegally slcsed or cap
tared, and for oompenaatioa for the use of private
property for Government porpones, and lor damages
tor the Injury of suoh property by the army: fir
military pay, pensions, and bounty lands, and lor
lutributive shares of monies payable at the 1 rea
ory and due to sub contractors and others.
1 ney will alo give legal advloe to olalmaata, con
tractors, and to unprofessional agents in Utigatcd
umi, ana prepare wruicu trgamenu wnen aenrea
Willi Won resident Agents who may send them
.aims, an equitable division of oommiselons will br
Undianuted Demands will be collected and
romptly remitted for a oommUttlen of from a half
li two and a half per ocnt driendlng on the
amjxnt; and nigotiationn with the Department
eonluctcd on moderate terms.
By pronpt attention, moderate oharges, lung ex
ocnence. and a minute knowledge of the of lawn.
regulations, rules and precedents, governing this
nave ui ousiness a. ine iwpanmeou, iney nope 10
reader their services useful to olalmants and public
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snd officers of the Government, and especially, by
permission, to the Hon. Klima WaivTMuar, First
Comptroller ol the Treasury.
Address" MCssrs. BIUGKIt A HHKUU AN,
Wanhlngton, D C."
Offloe. No "UIF street, near Treasury and WU
Urds' Hotel nov a m
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The undersigned hate entered Intnu co parlntr
ship, MAriOKNIl-H and bOLICllOUS. lor tlir
Crocuriog ol PA1KN1S. and all other kinds of
uiaesa,aUhe Patent Othco
Kstvccial vtventioo will bo given lo n Jccted appll
cations, to exterslons snd rppoellloti to cxtcntionn
snd to taking and preparing evidence and argu
ments In Intel lerei.ee csm-s
1 ho undersigned will atmi attend tu obtaining
PKNSIONH sud B01INT1LS for Soldier" serving
during the premnt and previous- wain, ani tu tht'
prosecution generally of all similar clauses ol but!
new with the Governraiat
Ofllie corner of Seventh and V ftrc;t, oi-polU
the Patent Offloe. DANIhL K KOMVh.
C. M. ALFAANDFK
Waihiroioh, March 1, lUit. roaria-diwtf
IIUH'LOM! HUH ItKSTOUKI)!
Juat published, In nested euvdope. Price nix cents
A Lecture, on the Nature, Treatment anil
Radical Cure of Socrmatorrhcea or Bemlual Weak
nw. Involuntary rmUdoD, bexual Debility, aLd
ImiKdiuents to MarrUge generally, Nervousnew,
Coni-umption, Kpilepoy a. d Fits; Mental and Phyid
cal Incapacity, renuliirtf from Self Abuae, Ac. By
ROB I' J CULVKUWKLL, M. D., Author of the
" A Boou to Thousands of Sufferers."
faent under leal, In a plain envelope, to any address,
cost paid, on receipt ol six crnls.or two postage
ttimp,by Dr. til J C. KLINB,
187 HowMjr, New kork,
ap l-dwl3m Post Office Uox, less.
A: P.. &C
I have a large and most extensive stock of
Italian Marble Monuments, Uravestones,
for sale at low prions, for cash. I will sell at reduced
f rices to those f the army or navy who may want
tiem as mementoes for their comrades who have
fallen In defence of tb Union
feb IT 4m Hrcet north, bet. 11th and 13th.
ntlUFOJIALS FOR STICAMKltH.
PrupObsts will br itotlvt u by this Department, by
mail tr tcleirath.tc th Loth inn taut at noon, with
general specifications snd plans, for the c:nttiuctou
of one or more, up to lour, lion Uuuboats lor tt e
Mis-la lpi'1 river ai t Uulf iwrvloe, with two tutrcto,
on th plan oi the Erlcson lurret.Ior tlte 11 ioih
funi, th thickness ot the Iron of which 1-j bi eUlu
nehes, the tidfs to be plated with iron ol threw
tuchiy th ckmssln one or two laji-r- lo extend tno
and oo half feet brlow the lead Hue 1le vtwels
toLe not less than SJQ ftet in length and Mint
hretdth.and not to driwovir ilv ficiof wktur loid
ed ready for service. To be proiIled byrorewslo
ensure a spetd through the water of nine knots or
sea miles per hour Proposls will siat Die jrlvo
ana lune oi euupiiuui. pr n uoi
t Lti Tlllt. UK ST COOKISIU HlOVh.8,
V TABLK CUILbltY. AND
OF ALL U1ND3
Camp knrniture and lin ware, to bohadot
W II 11AUUOVKR
GET THE BEST!
Martien's Card Portraits
or Tilt H'
MEN OF THE TIME!
These Purtralta are Superior to any now In
the.Market, and are remarkable for the faith
fulneaa with which tho llkeneat lajportrayed.
Printed on carda of the aame alte ta " Car Its
de Fuife," they are adapted to the I holograph
Album, or can beaent to dlitantjfrlenda by
LIST OF PORTRAITS ALltKADY ISSUED.
Mii-runr OrncEna. .
Gen. WaaMatton. I Gen. ltoaeoarans.
H'tttt . " (hu.K. Smith.
' HcClellsn. ' Augur.
" McDowell I ' Howard.
" Sherman, at Port " 1 looker.
Koyal. " Meade.
Kelly. " Slgel
McCall " Lyon.
" Halleck. tremont.
Sommr. ' Huotr.
" Mitchell. Keys.
Nebon v' Bmham
Mansgfld. . t, - F. J. .Porter
Din. Col. Benfan.
11 Butler. fli-ary
McChrnand " Huffman.
41 Cut luro " Fnedman.
' Aadtson. ' Kile worth.
" POtiO. Crot
" Hturgl. " J. W. McLane.
Gram. " VanWyck.
" Linder. ' " Baker.
" Negley. " J. S McCalmont.
Itnell. I T. K iallagher.
' Wtdsworth. I " K. B Harvey.
Cox. ' " J. U.largart.
" Reynolds. , Geo. 8 Hays
" Hchoopff. I Lt. Cvl. Kane.
" Banks " Backman.
11 BurnHde. ICapt Easton.
Tom f, M. Goldsboreagh Com. tt.F nolJ.borough,
" roote, in etnmand' at Port Koyal.
of trie ms. Fleet. Cept David D. Porter.
Dopont. Lieut, talrfax.
" Wilkes I
Abraham l.lnooln, l'r.sldentofthe United Statee.
llerinibal ll.inlln, Vise Presllent Uatted Statee.
William U geitard. Secretary of stale.
LdHlnM Stanton, Secrctalvof War.
Uldejn vvellfi,Seereury of the Navy.
Be'inon P. Charw, Secretary of the Treasury
Caleh II Srnillr, Secretary f the Interior
Montgomery lllalr, l'i'mater General
Edward flatee Attorney General.
Mod. Joph Holt.
Hon Andrew Johnson
Kev. UnbertJ. Ilrecklnridgj, D V
lion. Airrtd M. r.lr.
JeOcreon Davis I Gen. lluckner.
Gen. lieauregard. Corn Holiina.
ft- New Poitralu added dally.
la all th. Ctnipa, tu whom Liberal Terms are
offored. Any Industrious roan can make
monsy by engaging In their Sale.
SOLE AGENT FOlt THE DISTBICT,
m, Sevf ulb Street, utar Post Olllce,
Where all urdera will be promptly attended to.
Get the Best 1 Get Martien's
A full supply, at nil prices from 75 cts. to f 20.
A Liberal Deduction made to those who sell
Bttttunery Packages, Writing Cases, Portfol
ios, Diaries, and everything In thoKUtionery
line at the lowettt prices.
Consult your own Interest, and go to
i'J'i, Seventh slroot, bolween D and E.
mar 29 ira
lO niK PUBMC Ms. kMd
(Pormerly ol New York,)
Has llieNitne and rame 01 being
ATj-Ulveuea trial and Jmlge lor )ourrelf-ra
Everylhlog in Ihe House li of the
HEST THE 1IAUKKT AKKOUUS.
Don't lorgtt the ourxber,
417, Pennsylvania avvnue,
bi tween Twelfth and 1 hlrteratri etrcels,
mar in- South eldr.
' Dlt. LA BONTA
having rimovtd h's offloe to Itvni No 6, adjoirilni:
Hie Suoday Chronic cotllce.lu WaMUliKtou lluild
icg. Pa avenur, corner of bevinlli etreit.isnow
ready to cute all Dlscuesof a Private Nature.wllh
out tn. UMOtdsngerousor di-gustlng drugs ot any
kind, and no Inter erenco with your nunlaers avoca
tions having devoted my whole time to the stujy
and core of Private IrUeaecs of both sexes, and iu
Chronlo Alleclions ot the Womb, Liver, Kidneys
Skin Eruptions, ac , and graduating tn the Ust
mIiooI lo the worlilthe New York city Hospital.
under Prof.. Chilton and l'.rker, to whom I mo.
resrcotlully refvr. 1 will pay $1 ooo to the fierson
lurnlhhlng me a can of any of Ihe above dlsu.ses
which 1 cannot siwedlly and pernuneotly cure, lei
the case be o'd or new No die log required, noth
leg dlsaereeable in any nert of the treatment.
Consultations free. Uooms very priva o.
M. LA ItCJNlA,
ltoom fi (first door) Walilngton liulldlng,
ape lin Pa avenue and Seventh street.
rtIO UKVIChllS, HUXI,KU, Vc.
A new light, four wheeled WA
GON, Willi water prool .overs,
and handsome leather oushl.ns,
built to order at New York and coat (181, VOU
SALE, at a moderate price. Also, a New York
made eel or DOUBLE tl AUNESS, plated fittings
nuver used Also, a set of plain Sihqlk llaaaes..
quite new. Apply for address of btabte and Urooen
to 487 Seventeenth street, corner ot I. deo M
IXTUUO AH! until
On hand, a fall sarply of ail kinds of AN I II Un
svCoal kept In coal houses, well scrnned befo"
3,2!01bl to the tor.
woofl, oi an vinos priiare'icr oth'rru -rcr
I J.i W.M. UAI.I.
No Ilk Peansylvauia erenue
Mtwoe. Utb aa4 13th streets.
fllllE HEST PLACE IN TOWN 10 HUY
X Clothing Is atSMiril'S.No 100 Sevenths! ,
oppubito Poet OlDco.
asrON VltEE EXIIIIIIllON-Oneol t'ebest
stock, of Clothing, Furnishing Uouds, Hats, atd
N. 11 Alt of the above Goods lor sale very low.
mar 80 dJm
SPECIAL N01ICK-I IAUE PLEASUKE IN
Informing my friends that I have Juid received
another stoek of tbe best and llecst Cloiliieg in the
country, which I smnowuQerlns at leesthsu whole
site prU.es, at J A. SUllU'S Clothing btore. Na
100 Seventh street, near r'
. J. W KEEP,
Formerly over Oalt's Jewelry bluie
mar 80 dJm
NEW STYLE SPU1NO HI' JUST ItfcC'U
only II, at No. .(Ml Seveath .iitxt
THEBIEaE OF rORKTOH'jr.
THE FIGHT AT LEE'S HILL.
Heroic Death of Rcott, whoa. Lira w.t
Saved by Preeldeat Llacola,
The Yorktown corrrnpondeDt of Ihe Phila
delphia Inquirer nay, :
B'twran Wtod'e Hill and Lre'a Mill the rebels
bad built A fort and mouoted eeveral fruns upon
it to cover the road leading to Lee's Mlll.wblcb
runs In lront of it, about twelve hundred yards,
tn front of the fort was a bog, some two hun
dred and Oily fort wide, and above it a large
dam; between the bog and road was an opn
Held ol about forty acres, in the centre of which
were two line houses, but which were burned
by theran week Bgo last tjabbath; nothing; now
remains but the chimneys; below the bog is the
dam ust'd by Wind's Mill.
About II a. in. Mott'a battery opened nnt)n
the rrbel fort from the woods In fronl ; the flrrt
Are was a shell and exrUoded rljht over their
fort; tho rebels soon rHufncd the Ore, and their
first rhrll exploded In front of gun No. 1, kill
ing unil wounding all the men but one, and
killing one borse; their position was then
changed, and the whole six guns ptaye 1 nppn
tht-m ut a distance ofaltttlaover one thousand
yards between the two batteries. The rebels
Ilnfl six guns, and threw tiotebkiss shell from
0, 12 and 2t-pounders, and shot from a 10
pound farrolt gun.
In about an bour we bud disabled three ol
their guns and they quit firing; Molt fired for
half an hour Into tho woods and then quit.
Not a man was to be seen to front of their
works.and tbe infantry in the rear of our
battery gave three loud cheer for tbe Union,
that could have been heard lor milei bad dot
Ihe dense woods all around cut bfl the sound.
We weru now victorious; we bad driven ihetn
from tbeir battery, had silenced half tboir
guns, and only lost seven men
TUB SIlM HOIIT.
Mutt's bttlery was now ordered up (at 1
p m ) to the ontre ot the field, and within five
bundrnl yards of Ihe fort. The woods were
soon filled wllli gray-coated rebels, and Mott
opened with shell ; they riplled with but two
piece from an tipper fort in tbe edge of the
wot dr, and their shells ail went over tbe ariil
lery. When our artillerymen saw tbe Udeh of
Ibelr guns, they Ml Uit on the ground, and
when the ebrll exploded, at It they went and
fired canister una shell. The color bearer,
Jumes llllkr, was mr unUd, aud a shell explo
ding near him, a piece cut his side opco and he
fell to tho ground. Keeping the colors up, be
biggtd of Mih nieu lo help blm up on bis borse.
then 1" could keep the fhg Hying. Ills wound
Is not fatal
A UEI1EL KI-3E.
In half nn bour the lufautry bad disappeared,
and thu guns ceased firing. Our urtillery wtre
now aided by Ayres'e and Wheeler's butteries
who played on Iheir Honks. Again we hud
triumphed. Not a man killed. Tb arlillciy
did tbe work Tbe rebel thol and shell plow
ed up tbe field in our rear, and tore through
the woods at a fearful ratu. One pine tree, ten
feet In diameter, was cut nearly In two, u shot
going entirely through It. Tbo Vermont Fourth
and Fillb wire deployed dowu on our right,
through tho woods; Ibe Third and Sixth on our
lolt, and were safe, at u distance of from five to
eight bundnd yards from their line of earth
woiks. The artillery continued to play Into
ibe woods. No ribelB were visible, and no re
ply was made to us by Ihcin Now for a piece
TIIK fUAItQE OK TUE ORGEN MOUNTAlt BUYS
Comriunlis F and I), of ibe Third Vermont,
were ordered to charge buyonets on the led.
or on their right rills pils. Down out of tbe
woods they came, inarched through the tog
somo two bundrtd and Gfly or three hundred
Irel wide. All rank from their Knees to tneir
waists in mud and water, but on thny went.
TItK WORKH C1KR1LII I1Y TWO CUMPsMIW.
When they rearhid the rhore, up Ihey rushed
lo tho rill pile. A gluuci' ut tbe fort sbowid
Ik to bu empty. A ditch ut tbe left was lound
to be full ot men. Our men then poured, one
deadly volley Into tbem, and all fled who could.
A second pit was found empty, and they slopped
TiH: in im it' ntn ni.TKiiT.
ltiil nu iciiilbiii mints cume, mid they coin
laeuied I., lall Ij .tk, Itylng to tarry tbelt dead
ami wuiiii'leil; tiny reached the bog, when the
rebel ugjlu lilh d the dtlches Ibey bud left, and
commenced a galling lire upon tbem. The
water had been let out of the upper dam, and
as it Is it very low Oil, It hud now two feet
inoiu water than when they went over. A
i.uuiUt ol tbe woundui could not get through,
and fell exhausted to sirunglu In tbo mud;
muny stuck fast und went shot through the
head, while many were killed and wounded
btlore they reucbed ihe sbellcr or the woods.
A uriii sol iiiut IKAVa roR the rRESlbtST.
Neier, until we stood by the grnvo of tbe
Urt.'ii Mouutiiin Hoys, did we reullzo how much
stranger Is truth than lid Ion. Your readers
will all recollect last summer apilvatewas
ciurl uiarliuUd lor s'eeplng on bis post oui
near Chain Bi Idge on the Upper Potomac. He
was convlcled ; bli arnteiica was death ; the
tlml'Ug was approved ot by tbe general, und
the day Hied lor his execution. Ho was u
yi uth ol more tbau ordinary Intelligence ; he
did not big lor pardon, but was wllliog to
mm t bis fae Tbe time drew near ; the stern
necersily of war rrquirtd that an example
should be inndti ol some one; bis was on ug
gruvuted iac. Uut tbe case reached the eais
oi tbe 1'reeldi'nt ; be rtsohed to tave him ; be
signed a pardon and sent It out ; the day came.
-Suppose," Ihought the President, '-my par
tlon lias not reached blm." Tho telegraph wrs
called Into rriiulsitlon ; an answer did notcume
promptly. " Bring up my carriage," be ordered
It came, and soon tbe important State papers
were dropped, and through tbe hot broiling
un and dusty roads he rode to the camp, about
ten miles, und saw that the soldier was saved I
lie has doubtless lorgotlen tbe incident, but Ibe
soldier uld not Wheu the Third Vermont
charged upon the ritle pits, Ihe enemy poured
a volley upon them. The litst into who Tell,
with six bullets In bis body, was William Scolt,
of company K. 11 s comradts caught him up,
aud an bis lifu blood ebbed away, be rulsed to
lleiiven. umU the din of war, the cries ol lh
dying, and the shouts of the enemy, a prayer
for the President, and us he did, he remarked to
bis comrade that be had ihown be was no
coward and not alruld to die.
IttuKL Uaiiuakitih I have before mo a
li tier Irom u young relative who is attached to
an artillery regiment us an officer, and who was
at Manuwu aud Centreville since the evacua
tion of tht so places by the rebels. He says
there were wooden guns in place at Manassas;
that on i un of the tamp huts was a notice " to
uny d d Yankee" who might occupy 11,
that Its ertclioii bad cost snmo money aud time,
and that thu Yankee ulurusuld would find n
pair ol human ribs taken irom Ibe body of a
cursed Yunkiw who bad bei-n shot, aud that
having polished Ibem up and used tbem us caa
tiuetr. he h id lelt them lor tbe use and amuse.
M,,.ni ,,i tiL Yankee Miccis'or. These human
libs weie lound hanging up ou the inside of
the hut, ub (perilled iu tne uotice. uan mure
tlisguceliil und di grading barbarism than this
be luugiuedT tbr. iV. i. (Ann. Adv.
The St. Louis Arias says that Gen. Curtis Is
" a sterling olliter." Though he lm't lor sale,
wo trust that, on bis return from Arkansas, bs
will bring a Sterling Prion.
From th. Klshraiad Eoqali
Tbe following Is President Dans' message
recommending the passage of aconecrlptlop
7b Ike &nate and ttoutt of Rtnrwnlatx
The operation of the varioos laws now In
lorce for raising armies has exhibited the necos
slty for reform. Tbe frrqtufnl changes add
amendments which have been madejiave ren
dered the system so complicated aa to make It
often quit difficult to delerinine what tbo law
really is, and to what extent prior amendments
are modified by mora recesjt legislation.
There Is also embarrassment from conflict be
tween Slate and Confederal, legislation. I am
happy to assure you of tbn entire harmony bf
purpose and cordiality ol lining wmen has con
tinued to exist between mjeselr end tbe execn
lives of the several Slates, and U Is to this cause
that our success In keeping aWquste forces In
the field is to be attributed!
These reasons would siifflse for Inviting four
earnest attention to the necessity of some sim
ple and general system roreaerclstng tbe pow
er of raising armies, which Invested in Con
gress by tbe Constitution. Hut there Is another
and more important consideration. The vasi
preparations mode by the enemy for a oomblned
assault at numerous nointa on our frontier and
seaboard have produced results that might
nave been expected. They nave animated ine
nconle with a spirit of resistance so general.
so resolute, and so seir-sacrititing tbat it re
quires rather to be regulated than to be stimu
lated, ine rignt ot ine state to demand, anu
the duly of each citizen to render military
service, need ouly to be stated to be admitted.
it is not, nowever, wise or juutctous policy to
place In active strvlce that portion of the lorce
of a people w-ilcb experience has shown to
be necessary as a reserve. Youths under the
age of eighteen years rt quire further instruc
lions; mm of matured experience are needed
for maintaining order and good governmeni
at home, and in supervising preparations for
rendering efficient the armies In tbe field .
These two classes constitute the proper re
servo for home defence, ready to be called out
In caso of any emergency, aud to be kept In
the field only while tbe emergency exists. But
in order to maintain this reserve intact, It is
necessary that. In a great war like that in which
we are now engaged, all pcrtous oi interme
diate agts nut legally exempt for good caase
should pay tbeir debt of military service to
their country, tbat the burdens should not full
exclusively on Ihe most ardent and patriotic.
I therefore recomuiend tho passage ol a law
declaring tbat all nersons residing within tbe
Confederate States, between Ibe ugus of eigh
teen und tbirly-flvo years, and rightfully sub
ject to military duly, shall be beld to be in Ibe
military service ol the uomeoeraie states, ami
that some plain und simple method be adopted
for their prompt enrollment und organization,
repealing all of the legislation heretofore
euacb d which would coullict with the sysU.ni
proposed. JtntiiHuN mm
SlOIlt, AI1UCT ULLL METAL.
Irum the UunUvilte Advocate
Thu bells of tho Methodist, Presbyterian,
Koisconul. and Cumberland Presbyterian and
Baptist thurcbes In lltinlsvillo have been takeu
down, and directed to the Confederate louu
dries, to be cast Inbi cannon. They will be
amply sufficient to make two batteries of six
fiiects each. The weight of tbe bells furnished
rom here were : Priebyterian 2,106 ; tlctbo
(list 710; Cumberland Presbyterian CM;
L'plscopal 4b0 ; Baptist 110; W.U.Wilson Hit;
Total 1,2511 lbs.
The appearance of General Mitchell and bis
Union army at llunttville, will stop Ibe fur
ther destruction of church bells in that vicinity.
MORE REBEL OL'.NBOATd.
New Orleane Corrvs of the Memphis Appeal
The Confederate Uoverninent la now con-
slruclinir in New Orleans thirteen large iron
clad uuuboals. one ot which Is intended for sea
service und the rest tor sea servlca and the
river. The largest Is built by Murray, and is
aimed with thirty guns. The projector is con
fMent th it with It ulone be will be able to
drive the Lincoln fleet from the Ifi-rlHsInpi.
They are eucused with railroad Iron, and are
r rem the Macon, UtorglJ, Telegraph
Mum ihe Unionists have takeu possession ol
Tennessee, prices ol every article of food have
risen every bour. Blue beef has risen from ten
lo twenty cents iu tbe Macon market; corn is
tl 40; salted swine's tlesb, of the most mlserii
ble description, is irom thirty-three to forly
cents per pounu.
r rom llio Mobile Advi.rli.er, April Ci
Thev uow directlv meuace New Orleans with
altutk. The newspapers latest ricehrcd Irom
that city have certain Intelligence Ibal between
thirty and forly Yunkcc mrn-ol war are In tbe
Uliwlssippl river, below Ibe city, and ol course
below li defensive works. Besides this fur
midablo flotilla in the rivtr, a rajj.iilic fleet
rld s under Ibe lee ol ship Island. 1 neso vasi
preparations have not been perfected tn renniii
unemployed, and we may rest ussarid that tho
blow, strong una ncuvy, win eouu ue biiuu.
l.t.VtKS tlT NEAR MLXl'lllH.
From tbe kf emplils Avalsncbe, April 4
Wu are iulormed that some evil diepoaed ikt
.mi nit tliM levee Home twelve milts below this
city, on tbe Mkuneas side, and the river has
.Jt. .. . .i.e.. ..t I..n r u
almost entirely suomergcu iu j,wuhiii. v. ..
I.. Armstrong, riq. Wo understand that urrests
have been made among some of the high iiDI
,..r..,.r ih Xttiithern annv. who have disre
garded Ihe admonition that Ibe free use ol lu-
toxlcaung liquors oe uo iuukvi wwmwu.
Ilesolnllon. or th. Nashville city
The following noblo resolutions were Intro
ducal Into tho Nashville, Tenn , city councils
by Cupt. Win. Driver, and ut a subsequent
meeting, as we lenrn by telegraph, they wire
udopled. V would bo glad to see our coun
ells voluntarily ndopt tbe same:
HesiiixJ, That tbe Mayor ul the cily or Nash
nu he ami ha Is hcrebv retiiirsled und In
structed to have the flag ot the United States
placed upon all public properly uiiuuging to
ifesouttil. Tbat the board of education are
h.i. r-,, ,ln.l. ilurimr tbe present week, to
take tbo oath of oHlco taken by ourselves and
other officers ol tuts city, or resign.
iWtniurtfKr, That the .SupmnfetuJen., to
athor with everv male teacher lu each of Ihe pub
lic ch jots ol the city of Nashville, shall be, and
they are hen by required, to take the oath ol
niteirliiiice Drescribed to us, within fire days
frum tbe passage ol this resolution, or resign
their respective pusiiious.
Kmnlixil. That wu cordlallv tbank the oil!
cers and soldli rs of the United Sales lor the
nnnxainnlrd kindness and courtesy hitherto
extended to our lellow citizens, and Ihut, as
men striving together with tbem lor the ro-es-tnbllBhmeut
of tbe guvtruiuent ol our lathers,
wu pledge thim our most sincere ana nearly
A'cioiixil lurlher. That for hospital purposes
and for barracks, tbe F,-dtrul authorities be
permitted to have access lo bydrauls without
A Iai ,,iiiliim' s.Mllil) w.ls recently tlls-
1 covered In some Indian graves on tbe Island of
Santa Clara, In tbe Guayaquil river. Other
rich dlscoveritb ol burled com have also have
- been tnaae.
KnARCIPATIOR IN THK Dlf rltlCT.
Th. Washington correspondent of the New
York JEWnlnj Post Urns notices the feeling
manifested by tb. colored people of this city on
the subject of emancipation:
"Tbe colored people have a jubilee to-day
(Sandavi not a set dav of rriolclnrr. but tha
gathering at the colored chnrchra Is the occa
sion for loud manifestations of delight. Last
-Sunday It was almost Impossible Tor them to
restrain their gratitude and joy. Kvery colored
clergyman prayed abonl the great event, and
every allusion to the subject, whether In prayer
or sermon, was sure to bring down a .bower of
' aniens.' It Is now proposed by tbe colored
men, or their principal men In the District, lo
set apart some day in the vreek for a grand cel
ebration of tbe great event Certainly the en
tire colored papulation of the District Is grate
ful enough to satisfy tbe most exacting person,
and the gratitude is manifested In an unexcep
"I fear that our white clergymen are not very
thankful fdr the chani-e. I bave heard of hut '
one of tbem Dr. Cbannlog, of Ihe Unitarian
church who has said a word upon the subject.
The silence of all our 'white cburrbes upon Ibe
subject is significant It shows the sentiment
of tbe peopte. Yet many of Ibe adroCites of
the proposition to refer tbe emancipation bill
to tbe people professed to be certain that Ihe
peoplo would sustain tbe bill. Th'y would
have done no such thing." e
Ous. IUbei. Piusoseiu. It appears that since
tbe 1st of January last, and without counting
these captured at Pittsburg Landing, we bave
taken over 21,000 prisoners from the rebels, ai
Feb. 8. Roanoke Island 2,827
" 13. Springfield, Mo. kOO
' 111. Fort llonelson 13 000
March 8. Pea Ridge, Ark. l.fiOD
" U. Newbern 200
April 7. Mand No. 10 A MO
Other places 951
1'iuMracT kor a Famine Mr. Hornbrock
Informs us that he saw but two ploughed fields
during tbe whole trip from Martlnsburg to
hdenburg, a distance or ntty-iour roues, tnts
looks like a large opening for a famine In those
parts. Secesh along that rotite will have a
harder time next year than they have had yet.
A Dna Decuratio.v.- George W Johnson,
tho Into provisional governor of Kentucky, who
ncled as volunteer aid of Brigadier General
John 0. Breckinridge In the lute battle, said to
n distinguished Federal officer, alter receiving
his death wound, that the rebellion had tailed.
The London Times pays Its contributors mu
nificently. It gives Its Paris correspondent a
salary of 5,000 a year equal to tbat of the
President of Ihe United States. The gentleman
who holds tbat berth maintains an establish
ment almost embassadorial in lis splendor, has
it stair or assistants, correspondents In different
cities, keeps hhr carriage, a retinue of servants,
!lc.t &&, and maintains the statu ot a nabob.
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