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WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1862
HKIjJttHOt M'B MtEWfBOr,D'B
Extract Bnehn, Xxtraet Boelra,
Kxtraet finehn, Extract Buohu,
Kxtraet Buehtt, extract uckn,
Extract Bnehn, Kxtraet Baehu,
Kxtraet Baehu, zxtnet Bnehn,
Extract Bnehn, Extract Bnehn,
Extract Bocho, Extract B nun,
IVK XtrRKTAND DKUCAT DH0RDMR3,
tVJl SKCRITANO DKUCA1 DliOSDtV.
KIR KICMMTANI) DXUCAT DOORDRRX
KIR SKCRKTAND DtLWAT DH0RDMM31
KIR .1KCRS1 AND DIUCATM D1S0RDISA
KIR RKCRSTAND DMUCATM DISORD.
KJR StCRKTAND DEUCATM DlSORbttr,
A Positive and Hpeolflo Remedy
A Positive and Speolno Remedy
A Positive and Speolno Remedy
A Positive and BpeclOo Remedy
A Positive and Bpeclflo Remedy
A Positive and Bpeclflo Remedy
A l'uslllra and Speolno Remedy
FOR PHIUKtt OF THB
lll.ADDr.ll, (IKAVKL, KIDNKT8, DROPSY,
III.AIMILU (IKAVKL,, KIDNKY8, DROPSY,
III.ADIlKIt, (lltAVRt, KIDNKYS, DROPSY,
III.ADDKIt, UltAVKL, KIDNKYS DltOPSI,
III.ADIlKIt, UKAVKI,, KIDNKYS, DRUP4Y,
III.ADIlKIt, UKAVRL, KIDNBYS, DKOI'SY
ULADDhU (IKAVKL. KIDNKYS DRUrSY
And all Dueaiei of fas SanuX Orgaru,
An I alt Hum c (As Rmat Organt,
A d all Dxutuet tjf (As Ratal Organ,
Ant al DUeun rf IS Mul Organi,
jln.1 all DWata ttf Via fexuol Organt,
And all DUtata c lAs Sexual Organs,
KitntM, Exposures, and Imprudenolea In Life,
Kxcesses, H.npiwnres, and Imprudenolea In Life,
election, Kxi-osures.and Imprudenolea In Life,
Kieosnes, Ks.tosures,and Imprudenolea In Life,
Kseeswc. Kxposurea, and Imprudenolea In Life,
I- rom whatever tiw orlilnatlnf , and whether
ext ting in
af ale or hMtlt. .
emales, take nomorePlllal They are ol no avail
fcrnrlalate Incident to the sex. On
llrlmbold'a Extract dacha U a Medicine which le
itrfvclly pleasant la Its
TASTK AND ODOR,
Hut Immediate In luacllon, giving Health and Vigor
to the frrarnc, lilootn to the Palld Cheek, and re
storing the iNitleut to a perfet state of
IIKALTH AND I'URITY.
Ilslmbold'. Kxlrtot llacha U prepared aocordlng
to Pharai.o and Chcmlsiry, aad Is prescribed and
77K .U'JVJ mllKNl rilTSICHNS
IMny ao longer. Procure the remedy at once.
Price It per bottle, or six tor as.
Depot, Id Sooth Tenth Street, Philadelphia
llctvitre of Unurtnelnteil Deal.ra
I rytng to palm oft their own or other artlolcc of
uuviluim in. rvi.ai.uun .( ain.u y
IIKLMBMliD'a atSTKAUT jJUCIU',
I lir Origiaal and only Genuine.
We desire lo run on the
M KNIT Of OUR AR11CLXI
1 litim li worthleie le eold at much leee ratee aod
cerutnU Icnx, ooneequently paying a muoh better
WK DEFY COMPETITION I
A .a Tor
llclinbold's Extract Bucliii.
Take no olhcr.
Bold by 7.. D. OILKAIt
I. B. WAITlt,
B. U. KOKD.
B. B ErlTWISTLX.
J. R. BtAJOK.
And by all Draggleta eierywhere.
mar 7 9m
'IMIK IIRIUH WII.l. BTABD,
1 NO MATTER WHO'S PRESIDENT!
Cvui ..)Qvntly, I ehall remata la Wathugton, aad
Mjounuc icpuiiuv my vsoapaHva ox
rFLI NTXZVr I'm
I1ILDINQ In J1 1U truohM. Old OLAZIHO
trQTTi'llx attended to. rail. tin tad OnuteBUag
C'ultifci KaraUnra, is th bMt tt jit. IkUoOKlltt
n-ni vn iu inc irauauaK i noau ina vnos v mum.
AH tb ftbOT X will do m oheap u tii otMtpert
I (tf rtor vollolt theMtrotifof nr frlfodfia
t'Mow-oltlseiu of the Dutrtot. riootaallty itrtetly
vbtcrrrtl. and work dona In tba bttt maaatr.
Ton will pleut mind roar itopt, and itop at
11. T. PJLBKKB'6
Wo. AS XxrabdAna arenva (north Ida),
between Statu and Uartnta atrtata
V a, Bljtna pat na Craa of ehargt ai aaaal. i
run imvurtorj and patents u.
1 UNN h CO.. proprUtort of the Vattatltd
Arr.oao.an! agtntafor prooartnf Ajnerlou aad
VlK Szten Yean Experience n U Bxntnut.
ivticrto uon. jaaga Huoa.iioa. ejoaepn uoii
icd to more than fifteen thoanand laTenton who
n.vt itia ddium aon laroaf a aiann vo.'a rat
Pamphltt of adrloe ecat fret by null.
i'atcnt Lawi and lUsvlatlou, lao page, at eeati
Uo chart a for ooaialtatlon , orally or by null.
ITelinlaary Kxaatlnatloa la United 8UUe Patea
onoe.tl. comer of Jf and flerenth tucett, opposite tat Pates'
VlASVe VT Ha-iamiif
KONAUD SCOTT CO.'S
i.coiMnl Hcotl k Oo , New York, oontlnne to pnb
li .li Hip fullowlnx leading LrltLsh rerlodloale, Tii j
l I he london Quarterly. (ConMrratlre.)
; l ho FxJinburgh Kerlcw, (Whig)
j l hi North Hiliiah Review, (Kree Church )
l. the Westminister Keview. (Liberal)
h lllackwooil i aVdinburch kf-raulne. iTorr..
Ihro ferloillcata ably rtpreeent the three great
I'oU'.ical turtlvaol Great Britain Whig, T017, and
Kaititial but DOlltlu forma onlv ooa fenvtar orthslF
ctu meter. Am Organs of the most profound writers
on ncKutx, j'tivraiurv, uorauiy, ana neugion, mey
mIiikI. im thevrver hive atooa. unrlr-lled in tha
,ir!J ot letters, being considered Indlmnsable to
Hit' pcnoiar ana mo proirBBtoDai mK,waiieiouMiin
tclliRtnt reader of creryolasa they-furnish a more
correct and satisfactory reoord of the current llura
turc nl the day throughout the world, than can be
IKMtuoiy ooiainea irom any oiner source.
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hor fM&ckwood and three Reviews.
For I Hack wood unit the four Reviews,
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rlce will be allowed to Clubs ordering four or mora
col'!-' ol any one or more of the above works. Thus 1
lmircu.Frtof Blackwood, or of one Review, will be
vut to out) address for S0; four copies of the four
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wood," and but ftwrUen cenU a year for each ot the
ft 11 'I he price In Oreat Britain of the live Period
Ifila rihftVM 11 aiucd U 131 tier nnnum.
Itriiilitauces lor aoyot'lhe above publications
Btuiim aiu Yi w aourrruvu, ihmi. i'biu, to iuo iniu
t l.trri l.KONAUD SCOIT A CO .
nov 0 No ol Gold at , New York.
Or J IIP. rlNhST STOCK OK CI.OTIIINO IN
tri Untied Ht&la in now otTeifed t-t .'in than whole.
oale 1 iloe at No. 4UU Seventh street, oppoalte Post
Ulucf, oy i. T. nbriit
Formerly over Ualt's Jtwely fitort,
A u M Y
ALL RAIL FROM NEW YORK.
Tbla Compaay Is prepared to forward all kinds cl
goods to and ftom
NKW YORK Offloe M Broadway,
BOSTON Offloe 7 Congress street
and 2 Cong rasa Square,
rniLADKLPIIIA Offloa 83T Chcanut stmt,
BALTIMORE OOoe Camden BUUon,
ALEXANDRIA Offloa 109 King street,
ANNAPOLIS, FORTRESS MONROE,
NEWPORT NEWS. PORT ROYAL.
And tha Southern Blockading Squadron,
AT FAlil KATES.
ALLOTUBNT DRAFTS. -
TIIK ADAMS EXTRESS COHrAKY
to their families at any place on the llaeecf their
Express, at a charge of
TWENTY FIVE CENTS
Kor any earn not eaeeedlag Fifty Dollars j and a
proportionate additional charge to plaoee reached
by oonnectleg Expresses.
The remittance, whether Gold. Treasury Notes, or
Allotment Drafts, should be enclosed In an envelope
and eeoarely sealed, aad have tha fall address (in
eladlng town, post offloe, and State j and la clt)s,
the street and number) of the perao.no w horn to be
tent, and tha amount legtbly,marked thereon.
Envelopes lor this purpose may be had at ur
To facilitate prompt dl very, tha charge for re
mittance should be prepaid
mar 81-1 m ADAM& EXPRESS COMPANY.
le ditlUed La Loaoov, and put
op tolelr In qaart aad plat bot
tlee, 10 meet the reqslremeote ol
OruftliU, and taoae to whom Fnre and Unadttlter.
atad Uo.aor la a Keeeeiltj or a Lnxnrjr.
It la tha oldut ertablUhed ol all the Oiai III
whloh hare etarud lato exbtenoe npen the baali of
uweu deaerrea ana naro-earnea oeieonir.
It haa no eonneeuoa with, and le la no war like
the train mlxtarea eold aa "J3Botux Uia,1' or
H Olo Ton," or" Levnon Dock," or1 Lovnoa Qia,"
ae.( Ao , no nutter how maoh H antkinlty " or " re
ipeetablUty " le aaenmed by their bexetttra.
Dr. Valentine Kott, of Hew Tort, eara : It u
far prelarable to ?aoat Holland Oln, and La U.
tfrtidicfiu Hint Jaamr not." So at then
eaada of pbyetolaiia.
The aw TcrxHerald aajre: " We are rnrprlatd
at Iu brnenoul eflrota: tt Le a eertala eafe guard to
TherbiladalnUalAdreraaira:" It haa no rape
rlor, If an aiaaft In medlSlnal Tlrtnca."
The Bew Orleani Pieajnna eaje : " There la no
rented j on earth lor ifjipeiala eqnal to It."
The Botton Journal aara: "Aa a btrtrtr., aa a
'ixvcniiT. ur .. rcinvauu x.B(t w. wan. no outer.
Woman of America, for jon It la rorNoibrl,
adaiut. In aleaneae or health, It U roar i reateat
B. BALDWIN h CO.,
VI Libert etreet, New York.
Bold la Waahtnttoa b
UIVKXjI,, UUI.1.KH uu
Sltt Katreet. near Fa. aveaae.
And deale re (enerall.
mo tub urFicatiu or tub ambit.
Ja.t arrlred, a direct Importation per auaiaei
Fnlton, from Knrope, a ver fine and urge aaenrt
Mnt of Marine, Opera, field Ulaaeea, and Tele
joopee. whloh I wilt eell n ver little abore the oost
la Pane. Ae to the qealltlee, there are none rape
rlor to be had. barlnr been eeleoted pnrpoael for
thla market. Aleo, a large and well amorted .took
ot Opera aiaaeee, Hloroeoopee, gold, allrer, aad nee!
Bpeoiaelea and Kye Ulaaeea, raited to the right by
the nee of an Optometer. Aonalderable nnmber ol
eertlnoalea to be eeen at my omoe, from gentlenea
wba have been raited at my old eetabliahment.
06 FcoBiTlTUltavenne, between Fonr-and-i'
half and llita trcti.
By Batsbllahnaaail la mp ataJra.
CUM) Uallawtt, The trade repelled.
DATCI M WOOD,
a WHOLBULX HID BXTilL DXXLXU n
ARMY AND NAVY 8UPPLIES,
(Kklee, rreMnee, Cattapa, Banoea
Jelllee, Vraite. Olleee,
Sardlnee, Salad 011, Choice Bellihea,
Condennd Milk, atnatardi,
PRESEnVED MEATS, FISH, BOUPS, 4c.
Pate Winei and LIqnon by the Package
ClOAaa AND TOBACCO.
arAgenU for TUden'a Extract of Coffee, with
lias FauijlTanU arenue,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
deo II If
S A. JP E S .
Store, 16 aonth Fourth atreet,
W. D. SUEPnERD,
Corner of Beyenth and D etreeta,
aa IT ly Watblnxton, O. 0.
BIA80N, FEWWicttT k LAWRENCE.
Late Conunlaaloner of Patenu.
Flrteen yeara In Patent Agency llujlntet.
Da WITT 0.LAWRENCE,
Late member of the Patent Offloe Appeal Hoard,
OFFICE IN WASHINGTON, 0. 0.
N otb Patente procured. All Information neeea
ear to obtain a pateat eent free of oharge
JUST RECEIVED AT L. A. DEALL & CO.'S,
Ne. 301 Hev.nth between I and K.treet'.anew
took or i;L.uiiiimi, ruitniauinu uuuua,
TRUNKS, 11 ATS and CAPS.
I A. BEALL A CO 'H. No nfll Seventh atreet.
J-j. between 1 and K.le the place to buy yuir
OLOTUINU, VUUNISUINO 000 US, TRUNKS,
.w hw . w, h .n ivim ytiwa.
COME ONE AND ALL AT L A. BEALL 4
CO 'S.No 301 Seventh atreet. betae.n I mil K
If A 1H anrf ft . IQ '
XTOW IS YOURTIMETO BUT YflllR fil.nTIl
1 INO, FUltmSUINO (1001)3. 1IAIS and
a Ala atery low pricea,ai i. a. itr.AL.1 A Lll 'a,
No 301 Smntli, bclwetn I and K etreeta
mar 8 1 3ra
MVEBYBODY'S ATTENTION IS CALLED
Sit to eur new atock of Spring Clothing. Faralthlng
Uooda,Trunka,IIau aadCpe,atNo. lOOSertntS
nnifvyrwn wttrnvuM inexiw 'unm
pjtBBmjrGEMl Ttl1 iJTB.
On and after WKDNE80AY, April t, iKn, tbt
Passenger Tralaa betw-ea Washloatoi . Haltiiaorf ,
aad the Vf it, will ran ae follows i
.w DtiCy Jhriiu arrfM ai and d7W, frr Wikinm
daQi during Me week, and f on SuiUayu
KOR I'HILADRLnilA AND NEW YOKK
Leaee Waehlafton at e a, m.t T.40 a. n 11 a m.,an4
VOR ANVArOLIS-Leara Waahlof ton at 7.40
a. m ,and 6 p. m.
rOR FRRDlsRICK Leare Wiihlngton at 7.40
a. m , and l.io p. m.
FOR ALL POINTS V EST,"
And for Harper's Kmr, aUrtlnsbar;, and Win
ohester, leare Waibiigton at 7.40 a. m.
TRAINS MOVING BOUTH.
Leate New York at t m i PhUadelpbtalLMa
n. ( Ualtlmora 8 M p. m Arrlre at WadilogtOD ft 4
Leare New Tort at p . PWIadclphla to&op
m-i Baltimore 4 ao a m. Arrive at Washtngtoa fl v
Leare Hew Tork at 11 p. m t Philadelphia 3 ao a
m.i Baltimore 7.40 a. m. Arrive at WashtagtoD
9M a. a.
Local Aooommodatlcn Trains leave Balilmore a.
10 a. m. and ft.to p. m. for Wuhlogton ; arrive iberf
at it a. m. and T.oo p. m.
On Sandars at 4 so and 7 46 a. m. only from Ralti
more Wo Annapolis or Frederick connections oo
Paesettger Trains IcaviDf Wuhlnfrtoo at 7.40 a aa
and 1 bO n. m . and Baltimore at 7.40 a. ta. aad ft.13
p. m..make direct connections for Annapolis at the
Junction. Tha T.40 a. m. train connects at Relay
lor ieacnoe uHsjcr-wwD. iikrpcr rerry, Jiar
tloeburg, Wiaehester. Wheeling. Farkerabtuf , Ac
Jko, exoept Bandays.
Trains leave Annapolis Ut Baltimore and Wash
lngton at 8 oo a. ra. and 3.40 p. m.
Paencnger Trains leaving Washington at 8.00 a. m
11 a. m. and I p. m , and Baltimore at 4 80 and T.40
a. m. and 3.(0 p. m , will stty mfjr at Amumltu uno
Way Faasensre must take the AooomnuwUtton Ttaim
W F SUITS'
ap 8 Master of Trantporutlon. Bait.
IK. LKLAH D'S
elnti-Bheamatio Band I
MBMVMATISM, in iu mnotu A-reu,
STU7XKX1 ami NtRYQUS AmcnUNS,
lMrURimW o the BLOOD,
AM On SvQMVkU tf Meramy.
It Is a eonvenientlv arranaed Baau or Belt, eon-
talalnaa medicated oomiMund.to bewornaroand
the Dody.aboat the waist, bwjallt arraoTiao all
raaTe. MwurcMr im aneow may m.uh van v won
wuuj injury to lOl v wtcau person.
By this treatment, the medtctna propertlca oon-
talned in the llaMn, being of a highly aromatic and
votaliU naturt, ahd wjviit of being rtadHy aAwrM
through tlu port tf tkt iUn. come Into direct txmiad with
the Blood and general amUtivn, without first part
lag throngh the process of digestion, which would
tend, not only to detract irom their curative power,
bat to Impair the internal organs and detarge the
digestion also thus avoiding the injurious ttfeati, eo
lArrfecteurt. bv vurifvina and toualitina Out circulation ot
rJU vital fiutdt, and tutoring tkt portt affxted Co a luaUSy
nnauton. i dim daifb u miv avioR nwrjw akti
Mebccbul Aaiwr," and will tntirtty rdim the aye-
Mm tram Its tunvLnout tdftcU.
Moderate case e are eared In a few days, and we are
eonstantl rcoelrmgmfcntMal testimonials to which
we invitennfpecuoa at oar omoe oi inair cuioaoy in
mTmrrm.vttkAtiAMmm of lama Handing.
PrloeTwoDollara. Seat by mall apon receipt of
, or oy zpiij iTrrywnciTe wim tut ntotuory in
ttveefoM, from the principal omoe of
O. fiat ITU ft CO., Proprietors,
491 Broadway, New Tork.
If. & ZfeacrtpttM circulart lent fru.
AW This Band will not Interfere with the toldler'i
duties. nv It ly
pLAIHI AQA1NIT tbe UdlTKD HXAT hvS
FINLKY BIOQEH, (late RerlaUr of tha U.S.
Treasury.) and Gil AELKS K. SUKRUAN.Ooun
rellore at Law, will devote their entire attention to
tha nroaecatlon and settlement of demands Sarsinit
the United States, growing out of the pneentwar,
Including the Accounts and Claims of States, Uon
ireMrwrs, aaa vuinui uiuocn: appuoauou iot
the restoratlen of property Illegally alesed or cap
tured, and for compensatioa for the use of private
property for Government purposes, and for damagee
for the injnryofaaoh property by the army;?
military pay, pensions, and bounty lands; and for
distributive shares of monies payable at the Trea
turr and due to sub con tractors and others.
Tney will also give legal advloe to claimant, con
tractors, and to unprofessional agents In litigated
jases: and prepare written arguments when desired.
With Nun resident Agents who may send them
.hums, aa equitable division of comiaiatlona will be
Undisputed Demands will be collected and
romptly remitted for a oommlsalen of from a half
It two and a half per cent depending on the
amoant; and negotiations with the Department
eon lueted on moderate terms.
By pronpt attention, moderate charges, long ex
penenocand a minute knowledge or the of laws,
regulations, rules and precedents, governing this
lines of business at the lMpartmeats, they hope to
render their services useful to olalmanta and public
Reference may be made to Members of Congress,
au uiuoirf ui ius uuvuiiiiiit uu uircBiajij, uj
emission, to the lion. Kluha WmTTUasnr. First
imptroller of the Treasury.
AddreeW'tteMK. BIGGKK h 611 K KM AN.
Washington, J. C "
Offloe, No HI F street, near Treasury aod Wit
lards lloteL nov a Am
pATKNT UFKICB OUS1NKSS.
Soldiers' Pensions & Bounties.
The nnders'gned have entered lato a oo partner
..! n l . ilataf If O mJi OAf IDITAllt r .a..
ill I', N AI IWItlliato nail vi HViMIVil lUikU, IUT ILtT
procurlog ot PATENTS, and all other kinds ol
DaMnesr.,a. tag raicDt umco
KsDeolal attention will be riven to n lectd antll.
cations, to exterslons and opposition to extensions,
iuu iv iov.ujk inu (ircJauixifj cTiuvnofl ana argu
ments in interiereooe cases.
The undersigned will also attend to obtaining
PKMS10NS end BOUNTIES for Soldiers serving
during the present and previous wars, and tu lli
prosecution generally of all similar classes of bust
neM with the Government
Office corner of Seventh aad F itrecta, opposite
the Patent Office. DANIEL K SOMfK,
C. M. ALEXANDER.
Wasiiihotoh, Uarch 10, 1802, mar 13-dJ.wtl
A N II O O D
HOW LOST ! UOtV RESTORED!
Jut publUhcd, In tested en v. lope. Price ilx cents
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and
Ridtcil Cure of Suermatorrhrca or Seminal Wvuk-
new. Involuntary Vmlwlons, Sexual Debility, and
luiLicuia cdu iu aiiariKKV Krnvreitijr, iivrvuutacaM,
Courumptlon, E'llepir ad ell. Mental and Pliyi
cal Incaoactiy, rmultlng from Self Abiuie,.c. By
riOlll1. J CULVEKWELL.M. D , Author of the
' A Boon to Thousands of Sufferers."
Sent under real, In a plain envelope, to any address,
posipaia, on receipt ui six won, ur two pwiga
Ctimps.by Dr. til. J. O. ICLINli,
1J7 Bows'y. New Tork,
ap 1-diwllm Post Office Boa, 468c,
I have a Urge and most extensive itock of
Italian Marble Monuments, Giavestonas.
for tale at low prices, for cash. I will sell at reduced
r rices to those f the army or navy who may want
hem as mementoes for their comrades who have
fallen in defence of the Union
feb IT Cm E street north, bet. ISth and 13th.
PROPOSALS FUIl STKAMICIIS.
Proposals will be received by this Department, by
ui tiler telearaph.tothezoth initant at noon, with
general spcclflcatlona and plana, for the corutruct'oa
of one cr more, up to lour, Iron Uuuboats for tbe
Mlarla Ippl river aril (lulf servloe, with two turrets,
on the plan of the Erictson Turret, for the 11 loch
fuoi, tne thickness or the Iron of which to be eight
noties; the iltlta to be plated with iron of three
Inches th'cknras In one or two layers to extend two
and one half feet below the lev! line Thevcmela
tile rot It's than Sit) itet In length and 60 feet
breadth, and not to draw over alx feet of water lead
.Ml rfadv tor Hflivlae. 'la be Dronelli lv if wa tr.
ppure a apeed through the wa'rr of nloe knots or
tea mufs per uuur trruj'writs hiii siaiv ine price
anl time ui compUllsn apr 18 dot
A LL '1I1K UtCHT COOlCmci HYUV1CS.
I 1AIU.K CUTLERY. AND
OP ALL KINDS.
Camp rural. uie and Tin ware, to be had of
W. H. 11ARROVKR.
GET THB BEST!
Martian's Card Portraits
MEN OF THE TIME!
Thee. Portralta are Superior to any now In
the Market, and are remarkable for the faith
fiilneM with which the likeness la portrayed.
Printed on ourde of the aame aire aa " Carta
de Vmlc," thay are adapted to the Photograph
Album, or cm bo eent to dlatant frlenda by
LIST Or rOBTKAIIS AMIBADV ISSUED,
Olt ritK PARING.
Weehln,ton. Qen. Iteernerana.
BootL chaa.1T. Snttb.
Hhrrman, at Port ' Hooker,
Kellr. " filcel.
McCalL " I.oo.
llaUeek. ' rreinont.
Homnrr. '. Hunter.
Maudild. " F.J.Porter,
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Kor Ibe National Reimb'leen.
Mr thouKhts go back to the olden time,
To ohlldhood'e sunny years.
When the future wore n rosy robe,
Bo blotted alnco by teara.
And amonz the sweetest thoughts that come,
in 'mina me 01 mat nay, -Is
tbe pUca where, near our cottage home,
My heart first learned to pray.
A rock, and a shady tree stood there,
Deneath a friendly hill;
Though ao numUo was my plana of prayer,
I love Ita memory attll
How oft I knelt on the soft green earth,
And poured my soul in prayer;
No other spot could be half so sweet,
For Qod seemed ne.tr me there.
No purer orisons .'or roao
From these poor 1iiroTrnln,
Or brought my soul auperlor Joys
To those of olden time.
I've bowed since then 'neath tbe costly dome,
Whero all wore gorgonui huo;
E'en there, I sighed for tho oarly home,
And simple faith I knew.
I Columbian College Hospital, April 18, 1803.
TIIK IMPKAUIIHtCNT Or OUV. HOBI-
Otf UF KANSAS.
Wismsarov, April 23, 18G2.
To the Editor or tar. Nitionil Rii-ciilicin :
I notice In tbs Earning Star of the 21A Inst.,
a communication from Chitlos Robinson, tbo
refugee Governor ol Kansas, which is so false
in statement, audacious la assertion, and char
acteristlc In spirit, as to call lor a word of re
ply Irom me, la behalf of the Kansas Legisla
tive Committee, of which I had tbe honor to be
a member. And since this whilom Governor
Is seeking notoriety in a foreign field for tbe
" caso In Kansas," In which he himself Is tbe
culprit, and the whole peoplo of ihe Statu the
accusers, a plain statement of facts will be
quite sufficient to refute his falsifications of his
lory, and exhibit lo the pnbllo the fertility of
his uclltlous Inventions by which ho seeks to
screen his flagrant robbery of the treasury ot
Kansas. When Charles Robinson can succeed
In blotting the unmlstakablo evidences of his
crime from tie records of tbe SUito now a
part of Its history and convince the people he
has robbed that eteallDg Is among the Christian
virtues, then, and cot till then, can he success
fully controvert the facts I now state:
On the 30th day of January, 18C2, tho Kansas
uouse oi iiepreeeniauvesunanimoasiyaaopiea
the reeolntloa appointing antnvestliratlnzcom
mlttee, and authorizing an Investigation of "all
the facta connected wltn the sale of the bonds
of tbe State of Kansas, and the disposition ot
the proceeds thereof, ana wnetner or not Slaw
omcers nave been speculating in the indented,
ness of tbe State of Kansas, and by what au
thority tho Treasurer ol the State received
$12,41)0 for $31,000 of war bonds, when the
law authorized only the Issue ol (20,000 ol
bonds lor war purposes."
Alter a lone and nallont InvesUmtlon. ex
tending up to the 13th February1, during which
time Gov. Robinson, and the Auditor and Sec
retary of State (the three parties who sold
$87,200 of bonds at 88 cents on the dollar, and
returned only CO cents to the State) were re
peatedly before the committee, tbev reported
the evldenco takon, and the conclusion to which
they had arrived. The report was made the
special order for two o'clock on Ibe following
day, woen it was taken up, ordered to be spread
upon the journals, and at the conclusion of a
long debate, In which no man sought to even
apologize for tbe guilt or tiov. Koblnson, tbe
following resolution was uuepwa yeas oj,
Itesolced, That Charles Robinson, Governor,
John W. Robinson. Socretarv of State, and lleo,
3. Hllyer, Auditor of tho State of Kansas, be
impeacuea oi nign misaemeanors in omoe,
Tie House lninifdlately took tbo necessary
at ns to nrovido for Ihe oreeentallon of the Im
peachments to the benate by tbe uppolntment of
a committee toaiivnutotnaiuuty,auaaisooy
Ihe appointment ol a board i f managers. Tbe
Impeachment of Gov. Robinson was duly
presented to the Senate on the same day. and
the demand made, that the Senate take order
from bis answer to Ihi rame. Un tbe ISth of
Februarv. the Senate took tbe necessary ac
Uon, and notified the House. On the 2i!lh of
February, Mr. Plumb, irom the committee of
manager., reported tne articles oi impeacument
Of Gov. Robinson to the House, when they were
adopted yeas 33, nays 7 ; and the clerk wss
Instructed to "notify the Senate that Ibe
House, through ita managers, Is ready to pre
sent articles of Impeachment against Charles
Koblnson." ine senate responded, in a mes
safe, bv Ita secretary, that It would be ready
to receive the managers of the Ucuse tor that
purpo"e, at the hour of seven o'clock on tbe
same evening. Tbe articles, Urn in number,
were presented at that hour, all tbe neces'ary
Senate having ergsnked ns a high court of Im-
Jieacbment, the trial of Chai. Robinson was set
or the first Monday of Juno next, at 1 1 o'clock
It Is due to General Lane to nay. that ho had
oo connection whatever with tbe origin ami
nroeressof the legislative Investigation, which
resulted In tb unanimous Impeachment of
Governor Uolilnson, limner than being called
before the committee us a witness. Instead of
It being true that General Lane visited Tope
ka nml told his Irlends that "Ibfy must get up
an ImDeachtnent. whether Governor Roblesoti
was guilty or Innocent," be did not arrive Irom
Wssntngtoo tin toe investigation was nearly
concluded Before General I.ne arrived at
Topeka, the evidence or Governor Robinson's
theft hod accumulated so overwhelmingly,
that he found It prudent to fl-e from the Capi
tol, tonether with bis mcomnllM Robert S
Stevens and remain absent several 1 lys, that
he might escape tbe just Indlgnalion of lbs
people, and tne ninoer scnuiuy oi me com
mlttee. he could not ollwrwi-w uvold.
Nor li It true that Ihe resolutions asking that
Gen. Lane bo aligned to the command of the
" Southern expedition " were ' rejected lu tbe
lower Uouhc. Un tue contrary, as Koblnson
well knew, wben he penned this deliberate
falsehood, there were bill tAIrleen votes in both
branches of the Legislature, which consisted of
one lundrnf members, against tne postage oi tne
resolutions, notwithstanding uouinson irceiy
offered his bribes from his ill gotten gain, In
bis futile attempts to prevent this triumphant
vindication of Geu. Lane.
I will onlv add that tbe nurposo of Robin
son's letter in the Mar of yesterday, Is well
understood. Impeached and dishonored before
tbe people of Kansas and tbe country, and be
ing no longer the legal Governor ol the State
under the Constitution, he seeks to' cover up
his crimes by an audacity which would have
done credit to tbe genius of bis great proto-
e, Monroe Edwards.
t Is believed, however, Ibat bis Immediate
purpose Is to draw Irom tbe United States Gov
ernment money due the Stall (about $10,000)
for State bonds and military expeurts, nnd tbu9,
under cover ol bis aasumpuona and laisenoods,
Imnoae unon the officers of tbe Government,
and enact another scene In the drama of fraud
and crime which till up tho measure ol his official
Tbe investlgatloir committee so trroselr assail-
1 bv Governor Robinson, needs no defence
rom me. Composed of high-minded and hon
rabie gentlemen, with whom l was proud lo
a ansociateu. tne people oi ivinsas rrcozntzs
their services to ths Stabs In UiU Rrmnrsi nnd
Jense nfdnly which, In spite of threats, msnac.
and falsehood., resullol In the full exposure of
the villainy, and the final downfall of Charles
I EIIIVXT CMRkX
THE BATTLE OF SHILOH.
pulnlal Vc. ties An Army of sseztone
im .jcaa .na wovnara
Corr'fpimdeneeoftbeSt Loila RrpgblCan
On Thursdav It was tmrjolbli to mive with
iint caution, as dead men were lying thickly
everywhere for miles sometimes a dozen In a
space of as many feet. No such sceno was ever
before witnessed In America. The opponents
lay as they had fallen, often tbe bodies of ode
beeped upon those o( the other. Wounded
men, mingled horses, crushed bodies, extended
lo lnlerm'nble, It w.'b Impossible to pass
through them, and tbe visitor would finally be
compelled to turn and retrace his steps.
Rains had soaked the ground, and covered It
Wltn pools ot water, aod sometimes the wound
ed coull be seen crawling on to the dead and
lying there to keep on" from the damp eartb.
Many bad d'ej in that position, and not a lew
of the d 'utbs were caused by exposure. Phy
sicians were busy, laboring nobly, but instru
ments became blunted and useless, and sur
geons dropped with fatigue at their posts be
fore a fillieth part of the work hal been done.
Numbers were drowned by being unable to
Crawl away from the positions where they had
fallen, nod In which the water rapidly collect
ed. Your olty readers can form sora? Idea of
the carnage by plcturlcg a walk as far as from
St. Louis to the Fair Gtounds anions dead aod
dying, stretched away out of eight on either
side. The wood, lar beyond our picket
guards, are brlog now explored, aod hundreds
of Injured, abandoned by the enemy on their
retreat, brought fo. Every bouse between
here aod Corinth Is a hospital. We visited
several of them, and found tho fbors civered
with poor wretches, lying In pools of blood,
their arms or legs torn on. Days passed with
out any nourishment, and In half the cases
duath had outstripped the phy&lcUns and was
coming to their relief. Certainly, a greater
scene of widespread misery never existed.
The first day or two the air was tilled with
groans, sobs, and frenzied curses, but now the
suiterers are qulel; not from cessation of pain,
but mere exhaustion.
We frequently, a little to one side, where
Ort the ambulances, afterwards tbe dead carts,
had lalled to find them, came across the bodies
of men who had bled to death. Around them
the grass was stained with blood, and of
ten their bands were grasped convulsively onl
a lew leaves wun wnicn tney nad endeavored
to stop tho lile-tlde, until growing fainter and
fainter, they had given up In despair and laid
back to die. One poor fellow, a boy, who
could not have been over fourteen, wok lying
agalost a tree, a knife in his hand, with which
ne nad carved the letters John Dan . The
N WS3 but partially finished, when death had
compelled him to give up tha gloomy task of
aarvlog his own epitaph.
ine terrioie destruction caused oy cannon
balls was evidenced In the sight of three bodies
mangled ny tbe some shot. The latter, a twelve
pounder, bad struck a fourth man while he was
evidently In a stooping posture, hitting Imme
diately on tbe top of tbe head, and driving the
fragments of skull downward into the body, the
shot remaining half-hidden between the shoul
ders. I saw in three bouses near our outer
pickets, nud two miles from the battle ground,
tour wounded rebel captains, and thirty or
forty privates. Beauregard, as be retreated,
bore back wUh him his wounded, leaving them
In houses, borne, and fence-corners by the way.
It is thus they arc strewn over so great a space.
One of tbe officers was being carried to a wagon
as we stopped, and In the height of delirium
waved an arm aoove nis ncad, cheering Imagin
ary companies on to attack.
It will te a week before all can bo collected
and taken care of, as the further out our pickets
go the thicker tbey find them. Now the battle
is over, it becomes a subject of wonder that the
loss on bot'j sides was not even greater. For
two days the bulleta (lew without cessation,
and passed like a storm of destruction through
the woods and camp. We were unable lo flud,
over the entire area of hundreds of acres, where
the sternest firing took place a single tree that
was not scarred. Some bad th.riy or forty
bullets Imbedded in them, while shot and shell
had covered the ground with limbs und trunks.
Brat cry of General Duill
All accounts of Ihe battle agree In awarding
unbounded praise to General Buell, both for
generalship and bravery. Captain Stockdale,
of the steamer Horizon, who saw much of the
oonteit, says :
'General Ruell'i troops were. In drill and
appearance, the superiors of thoso under Gen
eral Grant. There was the light ol billle and
the promise of victory In the laces of every dl
vision of dell's troops. They came up In splen
did order, and kept In order, and did tbelr
work lo n workmanlike manner. They dealt
terrible destruction among tne enemy, and aid
not Buffer very much themselves. They ere
In high spirits alter tho battle, and coutact with
them reossured tho dl'plrlted troops of Gener
al Grant's divisions. Taken all in all, the
array, on Thursday erenlug, wasln good sound
trim, and good temper, fully of tho opinion
that they would give a much belter account of
the enemy next time.
Tbe soldiers gloried lu Huell, being pleased
not only by tbo magnificent army he brought
Into Hie Held, but by the soldler-liko way In
which he handlid them. He exposed himself
Irecly, lending the splendid cnarge, wnicn, in
tho 11 re t renorl that passed over Hie lines, was
attributed til the generalship and bravery of
Grant. Among the Incidents reported Is Ibe
following : General. lluWl and Grant met on
the Landing. Gen. Buell pointed to the mass
moetinis of stragglers who were crcucblng un
der the bluff, and asked, "What does Ibis
mean:' lien, uraut said, - tuti men n
fluM" rtnell remarked. "It Is Ibe finlt ol
their d -d fibers. The men will light II tbey
have a chance." He then urged them In per
son logo to tbo field, but tlie ui.jjrltv or idem
rdncd to budge, except to uttempt to get
aboard Ibe boais. Tbey were eo earnest In
their ellorts lo board the boats, that It was ne
cessary to remove tbe temptation by withdraw
ing the boats, and some of them backed out
.u tti.tr .tAplnir olanks were covered with
men, precipitating them Into the river, where,
It was conjectured, some were drowned. Some
of tbe (tragglers swam tbe river, and a lew
lodged on a little Island iu tho middle of tbe
river, and tbe river bank was lined with them
clear down to Crump's Landing.
Gen. Grant had vigilantly established his
headquarters at Savannah, eight miles from tbe
main bodv ot the army, and bo vigorously did
be move, that bo reached tbe battle field eight
hours after the fighting commenced. He paused
up from Savannah to Vitlsburg Landing on tbe
steamer Tigres, and reached the Landing after
Capt. stockdale bad umsnea a u o cicck din
ner, uen. iiueii was said to uj on tne oitiie-
field before the arrival of Gen Ura.it.
Aeate." tho correspondent of the Clncla
nail Uu:e(e. eats of tho closing events oo ll.e
ielt wing, on Monday's fight :
" To rebels were only cneckeu, not iu.
On they came. Horse after horse Irom the
batterlta were picked oil. i.icn pn" " "j
howitzer fell, and the gun was worked by
Dipt. Terry hlmsVlf nod a otrporal. ?h reb
els seemed adranclt g. A regiment dashed up
Irom our lino and ravel tha disabled pleco ,
j Tben for two hours artillery and musketry
Ecre at clos-" range. At last they began lo
aver. Oar men pressed on, pouring In deadly
jlleys. Just Ihcn Buell, who assumed the
general direction of his troops In the field, carao
up. At a glanco he saw tbe chance. 'Forward
at double qnlck by brigades.' Our men leaped
las II Ihey had been tltcl, and were only too
much rejoiced to be able to move. For a
quarter of a mile the rebels felt back. Faster
and faster they ran : less and leas resistance
tvas made to the advance. At last the front
psmps were reochod, and by 2 o'clock that
point was cleared. Tbe rebels had been at ailily
wept back over tbe ground Ihey bad won, with
heavy loss as they fell Into confusion. We had
retaken nil our own guns lost here the day be
fore, and one or two from lbs rebels were If It
as trophies to tell In after days bow bravely
that groat victory over treason In Tennessee
Was won." "
(U.aur.f ard's Order Urforo the Ratll..
Hcipqt.'iRTr'ns Aimr or tus: Unvu.niit,
Jackson, Tenn . March 11, 18C2.
1. Field and company officers are specially
enjoined to Instruct their men, under nil cir
cumstances, to fire with deliberation at the feet
Of tho enemy. They will tbus avoid over
shooting, and besides, wouodeJmen glvo mora
trouble lo our adversary than dead, ns they
have to be taken from the Held.
2. Officers in command must bo cool and col.
lected ; hold their men In hand In action, und
Caution tbcra against useless, aimless firing.
Tbo men must be instructed and required each
one to single out his mark. It was the dellb
erate sharpsboollog of our forefathers in this
revolution oi un, auu new uncans, in iou,
which made tbcnl so lormtdable against the
Odds with which they were engaged.
3. In the beginning of a battlo, except by
troops deployed as skirmishers, tha fire by file
will be avoided. It excites the men, nnd ren
ders their subsequent control difficult, Fire by
wing or company should be resorted to Instead,
Daring Ihe battle the officers and non-commis
sioned officers most keep their men In tbo
ranks, enroice oliedleoce, nnd encourage ami
Stimulate them if necissary.
4. Soldiers must not lis permitted In learn
the raoks, even to assist lu removing our own
dead, unless by special permission, which shall
only lea given when the action has been ile
elded. The surest way to protect the wounded
Is to drive the enemy from the field. The
most pressing, highest duty, Is to win the vio
tjry. 3. Before tho battle, the qntrltrm.isler of
the division will make all nocesury arrange
ments for tbe immediate transportation of the
wounded from tbe field. After consultation
with tbe medical officers, bo will establish the
ambulance ilspot In tho rear, and give bd as
sistants tbe necewsary Instructions for i fficlcnt
service of (ho wagons and other means of
(5 The ambulance depot to which the wound
ed are to be carrl-sd direct for Immediate treat
ment, should be established at the uiO't con
venient bulldlog nearest tbe field of batlle. A
red II ig marks the place nod way to it.
7. Tbe active ambulances follow the troops,
to succor the wounded aod remove them to tbe
depot. Before tbe engagement about live in?!!,
the least effective under nrmi to tbe coinpauy,
will be detailed lo assist tho ambulance cou
ductors in removing wounded, providing water,
and otherwise assisting the wounded. Thesu
men still not loiter about tbe depots, but must
always return to the field of battlo as soon as
8. Before and immediately after Hie battle,
the roll of each cotnpiny will be called, and
absentees must be strictly accounted for. Tu
Suit their standard on tbe battle Held uuder
re, under pretence of removing or aiding the
wounded, will not be permitted. Any oue
perslellog In it will be shot ou the epot, and
wnosoevcr shall -be found to have quit tbe
Held, his regiment or company, without author
ity, will be regarded and proclaimed as a cow
ord, and dealt with accordingly.
By command of
Tiiih. Joiuhx. Act Adj. Gen.
UNITKU STATICS PATKNT OFFICK,
WatHiMaroK, April ls.isus
On theretitlonof John luting, of We.Mttlway,
X Y., praying lorthe extentloaofa patent graot.d
10 him September ltf.lsts, for an Iroprovemrnl la
Washing Machines, for seven years Irom the expl
ration of ..id patent, which takes place uu Hie lvtb
lay of Sep ember, IKM,
It U ordered, Ihtt the said petition be lie.nl at the
Patent Omco on Monday. Ih. lit ol brptrintcr next,
at 1 J o'clock m ; and all penoa. ar. notltte to ap
pear and show cause, If any lhy have, why laid
petition ought not to be graofed
Tenon, opposing the extension are required to
dl. ia the Tatent Offlce their objvollonj. specially
set forth la wriUng, at least twenty day. be tore the
day of hearing, all testimony tiled by either parly
to be used at the said hearing must be tak.n and
transmitted In accordance wtlb the rales of tbe otficr,
whkh will be furnished on appUoatton.
The testimony In tbe ease will be clcscd on the
llth dayol August next; depositions and other pa
prs relied upon a. testimony matt be nled in tne
omce on or before the morning of that day; the ar
gumeots, if any, within ten daya thereafter.
Urdrrtd. also, that this notlo. be published In the
VatimV R-itibltcaa. Washington. D. U , and Kesi.j
Journal, A.oany, X.w York, once a wetk. SO! three
suoccsslse weeks, the ttrst of said publications to be
at least sixty days previous to the day or hearing.
' ' Dl'. IIOLLOWAK,
Commissioner ot 1 atenis
r, s Kdltors of the above papera will t leaie
copy, and send their bill, to the Vaunt Olllce, wllb
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UNITKU STATKX PATKNT OK KICK.
Waintsoros, April IT, TV.:
JJnthe petition of Cllbert Jcssnp.of Clatptusilie.
Ontario euoty, N'ew York, praying tor ihe exlin
sionof a patent granted to him Juty IS IsSS.Jorau
Improvement In ItirtsMng Machines, lor e en liars
from the expiration or sala patent whUb takes
placonthelnthdayofJuly, lsi. ....
.t is ordered, that the stld petition be heard a tho
Patent onceonMonday.theSuihdayof Jane next,
at 12 o clock, m . ami alt persons ar. notified to ap
prar an I show cau-e, Ifany they have, why said po
UtJon ought not to ti. granted
Person opposing Ihe extinslon are required to tile
Inthel'at.nl Olllce tliilr objections, specially sit
forth In writing, at least twenty day. before 111. day
of hesrleg, all testimony Died by either party to be
used at the said hearlog mast be taken and trans
mltted In accordance with the rule, of the olllce
which will be furnlsh.d on application
1 he tesUmony In tbe case will be closed on the lfl h
day of June next, uepostllons and other papers re
lied upon as test mony must be tiled In the omce on
or before tha morning ol that dty; the arguments,
11 any, within ten days thereafter
Ordered, also, that this notice be published ia the
Naibmal Vr;iuUiam, W ashlngton, 1) C , and the
Tiifi ' c.nandaizua. N. ..once a week for three
successive weekljthe tint 01 said publication, to be
at least Slaiy nays previou o idi u.r 01 Hearing
' ' II. 1'. llOnLOWAt,
Commissioner of 1'atents.
P. S. I'.dltors of the above papers will please copy,
and ssnd their bills to the t'sleut Olllce, with a pavr
containing this notlos. ap'Jl-Sw
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