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Suter>"Z euxordinp to Act ofCongress, in the Year
I86-< ks faraehet, in the Gfer'fc't Ofice of
. the District C*u,rt of the Confed?rate States fer
Ate Northern. District of^Sestrffia.
Xattwt Wort***? M?wst.
MACON, April lt.-T.Th? Nashville ifnion, ot
the Ith, hu been received* lt Mattias a de-,
?patch from the1 Tankoe Ge?, sheridan, dated
shs 6th, statins; that the Oepfederatss mad? a
stand. atj^aekevilU Junction, where hojofc
? aac^d'j^m, capturing" Gens-eSaetif Lee, Swell,
* - kershaw, ! Durt?n, Corsa ' sad ?ebarry, with
"l?verai thousand prisoners: .
! Th? Xc\v-York Mero ol th? 7th, has infor?
mation from Rehm?n dl that President Lin?ela
. WAo there; aYid waa aetiv?ly engagea ia the
business of peace; that^ra .tbs 4th, he had a.
private eonfareaee with JadgVCa^plpdl, whel
with th? advice abd ?oueent of Pr?sident Davlgjj
hjsd remained ia themtyto see what ?ovid bf
deas, lt was understood that aa?th?r iate?
ytf?r was appointed for the otb, when Go ?ral
Weitzel and other prominent Federal officers
and..Confederate reader*" wera to be present.
Tho Northern pres^teport doss sot stats who
the'pro ip i neat Confederate leaders war?. - J...
'^??aaBotip WKIOHTS AK? MSASUKB&,-We find
ths/ollqwing table ?f .weight? ead measures in
oeocsof- ?ar ?changes, and ?atraof it fer the
benefit of good house-keepers, who. need to
know, ??thar? ?o regalar means to do as, the
rslative "bulk of Weights sad measures. This
table? Ulis ns that ?
<gal quart of wheat flour isl pound. .
Hk " ' Indian; meal is 1 lo- 2 ?a,
j*?TU? t'^J?6w tjf .??) iel 1 lia. rea.
fl^^t?S *W sogar (broken) is 1 lb.
Wm..- .^^.Jr^'sjngar<poWQor?d)?a 1 lb. 1 <*
I ? a brown sugar (basti is I lb. 2-,oz.
10 ogg* of average aita, will make 1 tb. of
!. Sable-opoens aro v pint. . "'
.?V S 1 gilli
?a' .9 ^ *' - . * " 4 ?* .*"..'
f -mmoa^iaed tomber,' t pint.
1 ? , . wie? glass, i gill.
. Af.I,-js,- ? i ? .-. . '
Hore thaw, ? hundred deetitato children '?rs
s?at?r?ry. meath, by bearVolant societies ol
IToW Tora, to farmers ia the West, and the ?all
ia still fer move.*
?beat $??,000 sr?, weekly expended ia New
Terk at the leading places of amusement.
? WKSssssk^ssss?^s?^ssss^s MS ss at
. Columbia Female College.
<TKK Trastees und Faculty of tijc Colnmbie
Female College, hs? view, of the necessary sus
pension ef, the exercise*, har? graduated tht
fellowisg members of the "Senior Class. Diplo
' naas will be furnished ,aa soon aa they ose b?
Sas ion Ci./.ss.-Misses Annie "E. McCullough
Isadora V. Huggins, Hattie Aha Sena, Anni?
Jones Hart, Aliee Walker,~Mary C. Fergusson
Tallulah Strohseker, Sallie A. D?niai, Eugsnii
Hodge, Tslic J. Perry; ABOS A. Cosierey, Lauri
Hill, Adella J. Jennings, Kate TixUnlsb Nichols
Viola K. Short, Aagusta Zimmerman, J. C
Doaaldsoa, Esta 1 McIntyre, Jennie Spann
Mary J. Drafts, Emma J*- barker. * The flrtt tel
rossi ved tho-?rat h offer.
The following member*have graduated wit!
lust hoaer ia music: Misa Carri? Thompson
Misa Angostos rimmsHtmn.
april l? 1 0.'IL MXOT?(5??: story.
?Sgf AU 'papera friendly to the kstitctioi
The editor of ftio IJrtb*b?ip Virginia?. went
Kv Ra eft moa ci ^rtpiflMHj. During bis vi?tr,1
-ho "??rveyed '"?dBt?gBP^'' I" f lT?Qg. ??
. do below, wlrn^SmpAli?*? Co ii farsea, we beg
j to interpose, by r*qd?aw"%j" tho mader te ga ?
litUe deeper tann *Wd6f^u^de*at. and to eek
wita makeaUb?; Cong**? 'The aUopl?. Well,
what tban?";fjr?fpeop(e senil ? rude; brutal .
igaarknt, un'aU]?btunl representative^ he es
their proper representative, end they are rude, j
brutal, ignorant, and unintellectual. You can?
not ?.?capVi the ?ogical ?enelusion. GeTstill
deeper in, your inquiries, ?Ta dy on may traue all
our aisnfertunes to thia ose fruitfal eeuree"
rou. eure itl Daune rney has
Bind th? race of great mea is
jeurn at the eapital gave ila aa
rf messing the doings of Con
af ordinary penetration could
leg? without being pata lally
the ??n fiction that our repre*
'ith comparativelyfew excep?
tions^ are not equal to the crisis, and, "therefor*,
total ry'inefable of directing a great revolution
.lib* that which baa tasked the energies it this
Copi* fof nearly four y ?sra past. The great
dy of thesn might do in* th? piping tiroes of
peace to look after appointments and attend'to
the;Ordinary affairs'of their constituent* be?
lora -the different bureaux of tb* Government*
bat they ar* net men (or these times.
With the exceptio? of ?rafias? -and two or
three ?there ia th? Bea ate, who look Uk? Se?
nators-r with Rives ?nd a few rising members
in the Hons?, the body is extensively mediocre.
In pom t af ability ?ne^slatesrasnahip it hardly
surpasses ?a ordinary gathering of tn? Virgina?
Legislature, during th?, time, usrw past, when
?very member of the body wasj?gally selected,
aaiLeoald claim a living constituency. One.
fcamnot look upon this body and then Vortd. r
?h?t more than two month? of ti) -present ?e#
nipia. have passed away, with little or nothing
.accomplished. The wonder is, or ehbuld* be,
that ?o?k . collection *f mea could accomplish
i The wbol? State? are represented there, by
?orne sort of hocus pope?, that have ?ev?rbeeu
included ia the Confederacy; whilst West Vir?
ginia ami portions of other States ?are rep?*
?j9Btatires that owe their election to a tow stu?
dier? eapturad her? and they? throughout th?
I Confederacy. '.**-.
? These eireumstances, it must ho admitted,
were not favorable to the com poi.it ion rr' auch
I a Congress a? the times require; but th? rirloof
i revolution might hore thrown! something batter
I upoa the surface il the people had been careful
! to dieeover it". The eoiu-lusio.. is irresistible
that we have rot auch nu n iii thc <'Opnt:y sut
th? crisis imperatively, demanda; or that the
constituent bodies hr. rc be. n s:-dlv derelict in
' th? selections they haye in moM c?3cs made.
? Mr. W. Ii. Toy, who was reported in th?
Phrnnix as having left this city with the Yan?
kees, contradicts the tttatCment, statrn?j.that he
; ia in the employ of the North Carolina Central
It is ?tated that just before Kiehmoud fell.
Gov. Smith, of Virginia, pa ?o ed o tt of State
prison a man convicted of tli<> murder *>f hi?
wif?; Ar. o house breakers and thieve*: a ma?
\ who had been proved guilty of committing
forgjry nine times; and .-two pr-rsons guilty ?I
' ? A f ro^;ji Edger! aid *oU a large lot. of to
bja?eo, o?? Wednesday, for $SQ per pound. This
i? tho .Kigaest price yet thalba* b??n paid fbi
tp??J^?p\j,h? OeatedtfiMy.' "
Th* "??ID? of K?atorj ta HJCHO, from a
Brer a fie? im plead! ag at*my heart,
With mourn fal nUaira|,?vr ?eft and loy,
Yet deep' ne wita aa osean.'s orarflow, -
?Depart! depart? Why wilt thou not-depart?
Hera ara oo> blossom/ each aaaire; na flower*,
,Soot* at with .aoredaeont ?od ko ppr glow, '
Bacall Kl roi am homet, ajBI Chata dear hooray
Whoa with tho breasts sporting ia oar bo were,
And th? toft moonlight sweetening the old
There wa* no tres that sheltered not its bird,
\ No shrub without ita ?Qng aud j>ummer bloom,
And aarer a fate waa nigh, with " threatening
word, w , , -.*? ? -v . " .
Articul?t* af tba. terrer and^th? doom..
Wer? not th? winga eon teated there in home
That nerer lacked ita ?anahiog and ita.aongtl
Wo did not lack, beneath th? grand old ?Urne,
Th? joy af solitude, though blesa'd with .
throng*, ; ' ? .*
Coming and going; blessing aa they ?ame,
'. And haring solace in the bliss they fo?ad:
Depart! 'depart? and we shall find the same,
Nar wither in this'cold and foreign" ground?"
Alas! alas! far the poor h sass and heart
That still from oat their, ashes ory "depart?"
??.. - ?
. A Kew York paper states that thc lamana
Jennings estate, whieh has been in th?'English
Cbanesry Court jfoj mao y years, hat at last
baan turned overt? the American claimants-^
oas of whets settled io Virginia and tba other
In Now Hampshire. The property is estimated
as worth eaveral milhun pounds sterling.
Tba latest Yankee estimates of Lo?'* army
j? 70,000 aeon.
1 ~ Ilia. I C Lysmg "
WILL gira SIKSINGvL?BWNS. 9mrf*r
titulars, apply at lira BL Lytas, Ball
street, between Lady and Gerrait strsani, ~
April 19 _ /7'"
Bacon, Lard and Floor*
ASMALL lot, just reoeired. will bo saud at
retail. SALT will be taken ia ?ashange.
. FISHER A H1INIT9?,
; April lt a Plsia andHsa?*rs?a streets.
Oxen and Wagon fox Sala.
r. -2.J"*kT%. i*051 ??le, a pair of OXEN aid
^t'uWWi* FOUR-HORSE WAGON. Ap?
ply corner .wt Senate and Line?la streets, p
\ April 19_. -, ?fj : -4 .
\ f L>S A. J. STOKES iafersas th? ladias of
LTX-this etty that sh? is prepared .to do ajay
work ip her line, at short notiee sod at rtta?B
able rates Sh? eau bs foand at the resides??,
of Mr. Leckie, ?a- Richland ?treat, Bear Sum?
ter. ' _? ? - ? April 1? 4*?
DROGS, MEDICINES, ML
GUM oflUM, MORPHIKE,' CALOMEL.
, i DOVER'S POWDERS, CASTO* OBU
SALTS, PILLS, BLUE MAM.
' MEDICINAL WHISKEY.
TR. ASSAFOTIDA MATCBBB.I
WINDSOR SOAP, LEAD PENCILS.
KREOSOTE. NITRE, RHUBARB.
IPECAC, MAGNESIA and other articles.
: Family and Physioiaas' PRESORIPTIOIiB
prepared, as far as the limited steane will all?w.
The ssbseribar will exchange MEDICINE?
Storeroom ?era?r of Plain ?ad Htad?rten
atr?ete; residence of Dr. Jaka Fisher. EB trass?
ou Henderson . treat. ..
FISHER A HEIN I TS H, i
April 19 ft * Droggista sad Chemieta