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WASHINGTON. D. O.
NODMC WOllDS I
ntltirm tuit (tub ntaiu) hit the
r, .WK. TBIT HRIT BEFORE TrlEK INTOTI1E1H
mm Tnt KnurniRi rropti, amd tmt
'Ullllliliw IK TRCSTTI1EM KOT.
ttrii HI" IMJ!, THBT WOULD IKTADE AND
' nrTR' t t mTHon UEncr. Absolutely
' .HI RtnCrTIHraTllIlIOS.lAMlMilKDinAT
vM rr (Oll.n TI1IMI OF 'I1ACE Ol A
"tlbm ' Hi;MoiiTTAiiTniinnJiT
,a ril " r TO BE A ELAVX I1B WHO CTTEXS
HAT Tills TIMt, MOREOVER, IS A TRAITOR TO
... r ... wvbv Bnii nmfttri TI1E SCOR?, AND
H.XTFVPT OF All. UOXORARLE MCI." JYor-
nu f.i (V (iiwnl AurmUyof IMK), ttortuiry.
flAlLHOADI rr( ! Jllllir 0 7l!U.
Tl. tjtartlltinrcla on our fourth psf. sre Insert
J ty auUi.rtty of tli. Mllrnvl companies serer
ally nsmeJ, sre offlclsll) corrected when change,
it ma-le. biBMt be r.lleJ upon at correct.
U c call tlit attention of business men to the
rlasslflcallon of onr advertisement. Wo In
tend to keep a business eye to thU matter for
the benefit ot our patrons.
LCONDITIOXAI UIVIOIV TICKET.
IOH (ITT COLLECTOR.
A. C. RICHARDS.
roa citt a saint a.
ILL1AM D. ELLWOOD.
rna citt surveyor.
fus Fibst Pao of to-day's Riptbucih for
tcKrrttng news matter and miscellaneous
lk JUrkll TMSJ.
o, e are Indtbted to Jay Cooke A Co., bankers, r. m. on Wednesday Smart moid down to they entered a soldier's house, broke the crock
tor the following condition of the stook and S'11'1' MM"''- J "d from Kellev's ' crT, fniltnrc, ,t.c. Five or six thousand Yan
tor tne touowing rona.unn 01 voe io Ford to Germarna, and there struck pa.slug i Wet. arereonrtnilnPlvmonth. andse.eral rim.
ale market to-day
S. (mpons. 8's of 1881 . . . 10T1
Registered " .. 1W1
?.t-0 Treasury note. 100
.' tear 6 per cent. note. 147
I vear certificate, (old lssue)101
1 vear certlllcateii (new lssoe)9j
" Demand notee, (old issue; . 117
American gold coin I7
1 jrtlS'aie checks. . . . 99
Ntw York, 111 o'clock
c eniflratcs (old)
1 ortlnrAiea (new).
InrBcliustts Colored Troops.
Ih" BoMon Common wealth learns that the
f fourth (first colored) regiment of Massa
' -em sltiutt-ers Is to leaVc far South Caro
i i li. werk, and ixpressen the hope that
. vr i.M r allowed to leave Ma- !mftis
r a- TrxtT Tizri ' -r-
;-. .' cr sf - ..iff ' I
. .... tt fc ''
i -: i Uoxtnif Andrew ar i..t,'.
- m-. 'are :vwN V- nn
h oa r-n. '
Trtmrnloas Itre of Htl Tapr."
1 I r this nptlon the New ork FmiiH
, f itnrday, says
1 i. ur foui hundred invalid Bdldierc, i'i.
. I. LltHf to ih.r. wil h IU Hilt -i Id . I
-1 iji,not one of vuom had h. paper
r t'10 surgoonoi inai tiepnrtnini Miv
nente Ma-., that the wet titi.lHil on
ii '.!.. without means togfl a imnl. or n
. u parage to their homes. It was the
.lew e or the N'tw Hngland Association
i rtblch took thtui In out of the streets.
mi4im, Mvifton.- Uoftton imiier ftlit
rif. the uoternorof 'orflk, is
' 1' inn.i- .md altiw- Iheni 10 b
.r ,.firl mih a touipiimt again't
it tn,.,if nu I art in lined 10 i u'it h
I llrjun la, nf Cturi at rirHiil'i. Mott.
iiic-n Ui.Mioi:, Mu ii'.. 'I tu U.thiiioinl
irr i t May l'.th, re eied lurt, nay light-
i .- i dinnitiifid in Minidsftlrpl. Thi..nLni
i iu nhannnl ut thousand uron: hjh-d
ii .ml. whin (lintrnl dregg h is fi.ru-ou
n d nl mill) .u.l o few (aji1i
iiuihini; ominetif til hi l o i 'm k in tl i
u"0. .tml thi tuiiii) wft- ( ohtlmi .1 j, r. iii-
i I thi 1 o't k in tin nliirno n, wllen v
i. '1 halil huiU twill hiiiokem.
irnlug thfti the tunii .r h.'iMl r.Iu-
' I and rr tl uh to tuj.'n . utu.d
i kit lUviiiMii'l, uibki i,' it ft'ind nt MIm.p.-
i Z nu,i, win r. wi uui.n,curetl relufort--
f tin Tintb Tennessee,
( ntond MrOatok,
Die tiring irwlui I1
ti mils Jaeksi-n
hcavj and rnilnaou
0 Ifffil, MX SICAT, AND DKAMATIC.
i . t ... tf J llinillin, ituuvi noj. n nuci, iu tiiuilL;i- in-.
lit niNFBAl Is playing at the Howard fatberB old reirlment while the command pre
iiuin. Uostoii pared to support the attack. The enemy broke,
J..0N fc. PiiEirf, Mlllnry Gotcrnorof,
4 iic, W tl toUli.
' t liiuMAb (tiBCf, a fugitive from East
' foe', ! mukliiK speechrs Ui New Lnjlind.
t ' Ii.uam Viiiso and hit) wlveu fill Just lle
vi ' .. u In the tl.enlre at Salt Lake city
I Hkvk. UniAitn opens the Howard
hi .a.i, t.t ft...'r thu menlnff The theatre
' i icsn irart-ii.r veiiu- . itsierreleaDCf,coDi
't snil i.fir.i ,.i i
bDiaTf Mi VAor.uii t handler havw returned
f.&m a visit ti HniMrr.Miai much tdesird with
i, condition Tbe ks n tnterirw with the
MO 6inn, tho
Mn-ii-i"iii iiidiu(;er oi t.an-
. LUJ, llAii, opcnii nr rmiriibi in Hillnmirc lo
ft t with Mlises Julia Mortimer nn u-ii,. V,
ci an.l a whole fUx) t.l tieaui, mA uu nt
BRTti zs. Averill has 1 m assign? l ,
.inniaii 1 nf the iftvalr) In Western .rKinb. an
eli U.r the field on Mturda). f-ov. rierp-nt hM
crtn lo Washlnctou iirftlotranlnresiai.f ni(mi. t
tr.tn In that rr-gion
v ,r If 4ii oner lift Rosinn a few .i
liiif ti aateatnsr (fninlihed w 1th Jl Inff-tr Hi And
uthr appnratm.i tor f spa Kacr, for the purpose
..f pmurlnr the 1 f mu re nn tosrd the sunken
Mu Gen. 8irt , r, r imandlng the 1 welfth
jrpsorthe Ar-pj-id the Totoins, whtoh resitted
ths terrific oDiIauuM oi Jksoi. forces, lo the
raturdaj's fight at Chn,elioriUe,ii in town, and
Nsi hern in couiultatlon with th I'reiider.t to
"T ' wrlits ti tb. 7 ft tl, it it u .In,
' Lieu t ortlaDdt nu IUiihai r rh , jlt
r use 1 the army to sn thai tt.e Iresidnr u'ou
ureTieiof th proteeUUijli' ul tt uri rr.arttal
- s re i it ted the sent0(.e an 1 thai , mr ur
ii- w il restart ! t i f Is jOUNiminl
LATEB FEOM BIGHMOND.
THE PURSUIT OF STOKEMAN.
Operations of Rbbol Cavalry,
fREsSUA.V WOOLEN MILLS MJRN'ED
We have received a copy of the Richmond
Sentinel of Saturday. It contains no news of
Interest from tho Southwest. The following
account of tho operation of Stuart' and Lee
caralry agrees substantially with the report of
t From the Richmond Sentinel. Mar 1C 1
We are able to lay beforo our reader to-day
an authentic and complete account of the
operations of the Confederate cavalry from the
time of Hooker's crowing the Rappahannock
till hli return whence be came.
Prior to the transactions which we rrorose
to sketch, Major General Stuart, with two
brigades of Confederate cavalry, was posted
between Cnlpvper Court House and Brandy
station, uen. nuhutrn Lee's orieaae con
slsted of tbq First, Second, Third, Fourth and
Fifth Virginia regiments. Gen. W. H. F.
Lee's brigade comprised the Second North
Carolina, and the Ninth, Tenth, Thirteenth and
Sixteenth Virginia regiments. The last two
regiments, however, had been detached for
ttleket dntv abort and below Frfdprlpkuhtirtr
Major Beckman, with three batteries of artll-
lery, also rormea a part or ucn. tf mart's rorcc.
The enemy's cavalry, tinder Gen. Stoneman,
wcro posted at or near Warrcnton Junction.
Their force, as has since been ascertained, con
listed of four divisions, commanded respec
tively by Generals Bo ford, Averlll, Plcasanton.
and Gregg. The aggregate force numbered
twenty-eight regiments and from twelve to fif
teen thousand men, or about three thousand
five hundred men to each division.
The various fords on the Rappahannock were
picketed and defended by dismounts from our
On Tuesday night, the 2Sth of April, btone-
man arrived at Kelley's Ford, about six miles
from Brandy Station, and crossed his whole
lorce, not at tne rora itself, which was guard.
ed- but sli hundred yards below on the pontoon
utiuKviiiuuiinu uj iiuvuri iiiiauirT inr
Tblrteenth Virginia regiment. Col. Chambllss,
was sent forward to reinforce the pickets, and
skirmished with the enemy's cavalry through-
out the next day. Stuart's main force mean-I
whllo guarded the road to BraDdy Station, uk-
lng for that purpose a strong poltion between
that to!nt and Roller's Ford. II m tbn tnnir i
i' rf -. .... ,.... ,
not taking that direction as WOS eirccteil. at S I
column of the enemy, consisting of cavalry. I
Infantry, and artillery. Bnchanan's artlllerv I
opened upon themi but they wero so eagerly
vriniiis iui.iiu iut i cranmij 01 me ivapi-
dan that they did not stop to reply. Wo here 1
captured about thirty prisoners, representing
Hie threw mm thjil irpn ttAaa w
Stuart now took Fltzbngh Lee's brlgado and i
joined tea. K. fc. lmi army to bear a part in i
the approaclilng grand battle, meanwhile the I
Payne, had commenced sklrmlshlnc with the
.. ..,......, UICU..
encmj ananteai nuii.ien s an.l had lallen
back Ufore It to protect a wagon train that
wan passim; to Lee. Sncressful in this, it had
to flud Its wav back to the I rlgade, which, af-1
rnmu. ftltnnu'nl fiiiilpn'si nn.1 linl Inllon
f. . . ......
Iter a clnultofls march, U Joined at Culpcper i
wwus. ..uu. .s.. ....! imiui, inu. t j t. '
F. Lee, now It ft
lone in that quarter, conccn-
trated his force on Wednesday night. It con
slsted of the Second North Carolina, and the
Ninth and Thirteenth Virginia, with ttto pieces
On Thursdav nmrninjr, a squadron being
left to watth thccitem.t. Lh- tnoed tolUpIdan
station, whnhfr the nmnilmn aloulv followed.
Tt'SSul ti a in n forcf (iXthi'
. . sn Tl
I 1,1 ni.l.i" i .M.wl il. t ,,. .iw, i.
'dij night I mud the two rorcM confronting
each .Hiit-r on tlm opposite banks of the Kapl-
jan. uur man uismounmi nna net u mil
I-..- .11 l.iP,aii.i.iKUKiiiiiii. iiiru ..u incus hnni.ot k, tViiMSf by t hue dffeaX tltry luM not a I
tl I 111 l'i ! liar. ( .llitlllil Illirt' l.nllirt nfi, .. . .. n-t... i " .i.i i
011 Frldnt 1 tPiiiuir.
w it n n
tin I'linin from his
Fri 1 1 mehl tntelliif ci.ee riaehed Lee that ,i
ro mnu "1 ih menu a at Ioula Court-
boui IKiunnte I arm the Rapid'th brulire
aud fell li ktoOrann ( ourthoui..iinl ihem o
M'i rdonr11te on hatunliv tiit.rnuiif to i er
fiai ituporiniit point Tin menu hi h. fnmt
atllipidan. (hi'ilrlng hi fiir.hu a I ais.ij.
liad.it eins, ulreadt Irft lor ltu ckih n Torcl.
l.n iiiih - iiti.tw. w i r. Ibiritf i latro-itii
iiorlnu-Uli .th Ninth in.'hiia (nlr
He lie, nut lUiniiillnti'H nl "lit to r
.minolire. II nut the . uein. thn e r.'irlmeiit
iirmu. nr Trellliau's ibi-ot, and Itniuedl-
altu (ldred The enem made no hslit. but
fellrapldl l-aek fmir mile's to ils.tr main hodv.
Iu Ha- purtuit smertl of them uerc killed and
wound' d. iud more than f rty taken prlsoucri.,
iroiu three i iriiiKni- we iwii
wuundt J. II ale tin ii Ml birk mIohIv ! frt
the nn It 1 1 n.mi till loimri b (ienersl lee.
P mill m w i th n Urv it for haiili nn I lit !l till
-Uli lonn. bin the eiieiiii retired.
ttiir.1 i ub.'bt onr nuti bad their llrt tben
dur.n th vik Stxi n nmhis t ') o'el m f
.ut Mlnc' a re in. -I that the meinv weri
Jll till" I 41) tl lit ' Ul III' 1 l.f . Ill-Ulllll) fell
.ut for Pultmrr.. tut;iit-lht lulled llet.iut, h
an tluibb poli.i Iti -H Milth to fill upon hi
i toluiuu, w In ib r it MimuM mo c np tht Hj un-
ii'i iur iiri.ni int.. .r tu rnss t lie j mi
FiirmUIlL 'Mi HM-hlnif l'.linra U w..
learned tl i' t . n n wtrL'i-iill n .lutnbi
l.ti 'X ui. 1 ii-Im hi. ' lit tilt imkies timk
I ihL ul ri.. .in I b It hoi in 1 rachuilihtn.,witli
I a st.nt I -e rdi bui II. tnu k iliur trdii
im mill n tr'tin ( . hinibl i aimI (ntlnn l.ill ulL'ht
in th d'HClli'iinl Kuti'iKiU'l. r n hilii: II id. II
J L r'-" Il'il n M i 'i i i'rnni.f, nht'io hu
' ii ti ii tint i1. .-(j t iiii'l I n.'JM.iiiuiun'v
maiu column m j um n - ( i itiu.
Meantime the tnunv bad It iru.d that !
hus lu in ilOii, but wliboiu kneeing what
jii tli he had follow id, a nifiiurui hidbtin
I lipnivn it til Ii. Ill ai uhsI land Hniitliucar In iiliLi.
rorhlru, while he tot round to ihocait. Upon
I this re;lmint popttd at Fkmintr's Cross Roids
l nnw uLicruiimu w mu. n 'roK"i 10 ue
, t, Fifth United States Regular Cavalry, the
aiiiiii- nf which fien. Alh.rt 8blnev.Ir.hnfiini bml
I bfin tolonei and Gen. Robert E. Ltc. lieuten
Lee sent forward two companies of the Nlmh
but coon formed aiin. mj. aihr uiraiii
tnuriitii, iijii it ncruu unuu to iinuti udi tu
sued, and sabre crossed sabre Id what uarriois
would call beautiful stIe. Hut attain thu luc
mj broke, di-seomtltcd and routed, beforo our
main force could l'i t in ll(sidis the killed
and woundi d, Wallir laptured f apt. Owens,
( commanding the retjinunt),a lUuienant, and
between thirty und lortv jirlsonera.
The fitupml cumUtum of onr hornet prcclud-d
pursuit, tur men had rode sixty milts, night
and day. Stoneman, too, w is within five miles,
approaches; with bin whole foree. Lie, Uurt
fore, contimad his Journey to Gordonavillc,
reacblnsj there ut 'o o'clock p. in., on Motnlaj,
afieraiuadrilateral march ol fteteul-six inllus
since bundaj morning.
I Li e took position to cover Oordonst 111c dur
ing lucsday and Wtdnibduj, and ihuradai
captured twenty odd prisoners who ueru re
tiiiug toMtmU tin Kapldan. The i nem ha, in:
iieMrojua ti.i i riiigts on the .oriii Anna, and
Ilit. i-tream being n.snllen, liu wan unablt) to
to In pursuit II i lun moved to otltr
muds hui loiind lUc (uulry bad uli puised.
1 Ufl y
Am b) Fire One liuudretl anil
It.rrwlM e ih rut ii nut ut fiii-
ih. ..-. J ,
U) nhlih tboLrni
mr ivd on Frnln
Ir'h i.l s r.
l.r.tf ucenitllt ' f ii f.re,
iw Woolen Mills wtie du-
i".rtif.h of thi Treth ur
il. .ir ft Tin miMnu.l
1 h 'in liiiinlie.l uli-i
,,r'i . io
t.f !.- UJH Ik I h. ,f ,
fifii iM'rit - .'.i ii,
f men i.
'I ho auirmnl ol Iiipih
$171,000, In some iweh
i the iii.il. ub
Tle e Flnu,
thi' DLH 1 nljjl iIm JUr II IL,, ilduplnl l
Rebel (onre- Mn. 1" . i viLnty-luur l
Ii.d jnd elr j i r I ib marked vc n
roaja tun iur i il i uM II m Tin i r n-,
' Ut Hilb 'li i l -' U- l i hi
AN ACTIVE SIMMER CAMPAIGN.
A Significant Article.
From Joff. DaviV Organ, tho
There Is evidently to lie an actlio mmmn
campaign. Tho plan of the enemy aeema to be
to keep our attention constsntly erelled at
every potnt at once no that no pan of our whole
wide frontier may bo freed from the urgent Im
mediate apprehension of an attack. Then they
can striko where they ihlnk onr line U weakest
or our defenders least prepared, and If repuleod
can retire and direct a blow at tome other quar
ter. In the meantime they can bae; much
plunder and cause much sorrow and heartbreak
to our people bv expeditions throngh thinly
peopled reglona destitute of troops, and also
can lore, more ana more 01 onr people witnin
their lines to take their hated oath, for a quiet
lire and to save their property from confiscation. I
t ... Lit ., .. ,. .. . ..III. I
Thtttthtv cat both demoralize ami rob at within
our own 6ordVn, preparing all the while teriovt
attaultt, and dtltvering them Jut when they art
ready and where they choote. It Is hard to say
at what point they are mont active lust now.
If one looks southwest ward, it would seem that
the State of Mlssliilppl is the region of most
extensive operations. Immense armies are
gathering In around Vlcksburg, and while
preparations are in progress for a new assault
upon that place tho back country Is devasted
and ibp people plundered by caralry raids.
But at the same moment Charleston is kept
eninre by energetic preparations for
or attack by land or sea, or both at once.
r '. i
The object may be only to prevent Gen. Beau I brown. Tho armlets are of lh.e finest copper
regard from ssndlne away any of the troops I chain work. Th breastplate Is of copper In
which now defend Charleston. At the samo ' torsected with parallel strips of lacquer, and
Instant, too. Burnslde threatens East Tennes- I ,..i, im. (Mn,v,ir. nnri trni,f0n
see, and Hooker, largely reinforced. Is expected i "n l0Betll with delicate wire and golden
to cross the Rappahannock somewhere or any-I cord. A sort of kit accompanies thn armor,
where from Culpcper lo Tort Unyal To keep I
someoi onrinrcesempioyeu inaeirmcor liicn-
mond, reinforcements arn sent to Fortress i
Monroe, and lest any part of the country shonld 1
nave respite, ine enemys gunooais are narass-
z North Carolina.
In the Ralelch Proqrei of the 13th, wo read
Gunboats continue to prowl np and down the
Chowan and Pasqulmons rhers.
negroes, silver ware, Jewelry, and
they can lay their hands on, and 1
. iney steal
np a nnmlur of tliherles. They stole some
tM.ooO worth of Jewelry from n man named
rA.b tirnvinrr n kt. rnntiuM .- -n
mn uivnmiiii; up ui. ihjuuui v, s,v.,aiat tutu-
mlllmt other tl-nrMatlnns. In one Inslsnre
", ih'e Sound. There is no enemy at Eden-
ton or Elizabeth Cltv. Thev recently bnrnt a ,
mn on the Chowan, Ilia property of .Mr. Hayc,
Mtuatcd a mile below Inton. Home persons
entertain the Idea that the force at Plymouth
meditates an expedition up the Roanoke."
n.. i. .J .. r .
multitudes of their shipping make It easv for i
them to carrv on simultaneously all these ope-1
rations. And thty do not ran for delay, for tl I
our ,,,,, km, are ninmng not rnnri. l no I
longir tills style of arfare lasts the greater I
nm be the mass of plunder carried North. The
mrc of or.r mdl, machine thop, and railroad
, U ha destrojetl, the more ofovr material
rrmHrct they mil haw ruintd aud waetetl, the
hi i,u iiiu lujeriui ' uuuu ia i iru iiuitu. a hk
bo the mass opiunoer carried Nortn 7e
i.Lttfr hante (bey think they will have for an
. n . i iiin in rnnrr ni n. incv urn in tin
hurrv. Uht jear. Indeed, thrre was urgent t
haste to get the rctMrllion crushed In thirty days, ( author Is so m ell and t 01 al1 know n.
or in ninety. Now wo hear much less of that I m- r t n. ,n.. i ,,,. .,,
.chctnent urgeucj, and the whole Yankee na- fS'r' C' f",?'" ncw worK tmedRM
lion fccemsto hae laid out Its accounts for r tIie ow World, n ManuAl vt Kthnology," Is
uar us the settled business of life. ' about to publlshert by Mr Serlbner.
It.ithcr than consnt to peace ai.d separation, ' ' The Story of FJlrabrth," by Miss Tiiacx
the arc perfirMy willing to tight upon the i tha, (ilauRhter of W. 31 lhackeraj.) has Just
' " . - -. . ..
l,r"" " mrmuiHjjwuM iw.ij. i iicj .
ttr. uilltng, during ill that time, to go on sub-
,Hting lo suth deft-its us those they have sun-
uiurd ut Fredericksburg and on tho Kappa-,
mid nun arc ol les- talue to ilioin than to u. I
To kill one thousand Southern soldiers thoy I
won! I be ttlNItiL'ai nn tlmo lo sacrifice flto
ilioiiand lluKfrians aim to susiiiiu a njiuise
Uu h tho oiild reprentut, howivir, us a mem
nirei.t li stiattiiu rcasoai, iitlur honorible
than i,ihirwlse and thej would regurd the
irmi( tlnii a n patlng ono on the whole.
On ilmur-auil gall int Southern Ihis loht
to ii rc Ul-bttl mitd hv livo (housind of
I'l.tir ' hirelings. Jacktfirt nhm- it
n t im tfi'itt JI00K r nnJ .. uthtAt
f 1 it- l W iff. thonititd tr'tuhl be to them.
I tl hI dr ttft d may he Let'i turn tieztt
or luntfMtittiX and that, .if any tatet they an
tr , od cMhtrm are .. at home, many
. .1 . .. .lu..l L.ittw ihnn turf htf,.- In 1 tin
sH)lU of our lioints, whde Cnfidernte women
and thildien ore routed ont of houe and home,
nndihwj like wild ItM. In short, If we
can endure tblswai for the mxl hall ttntury
thev ( in, and they will wish in Joy of our Wi
t"i 11 ami our glorv ll nn. wtinyt eugied
it th .;, hud nvthiwj, oidy tate jutti. touch it
'h y-uift vf the eut my, f h ts hit culc'tltitton,
' 'i hit intemt ami (i(iif.
The admissions of Hit orau of Davis, conj
l IlllUU IU I liC IIUUM- UTLILIU, U1U ICIUUTHaUiy Mil-
cere and truthful, and lhey would necr 1111.6
l .kH ..,!.. t.. .. .. ..i ,.li t. I.n. Taw nntmnAa.n..
,"w,-u "U1, '" "" "I'"--
l'"i"""" "" -s..wEn....ufca..v.. i.ini .n.au
lurs uud our strength Is made, without doubt,
t i i unare the Houth for ofTensite operations
ur Jlrts of u desperate character. Thej must
uti uk. Tht j must break the ihiiln cable that
i- around them. They must tstrlko a hard blow.
The Fitqimtr sajs, ' We suggest untUnii
but ihe article llfclf dots suggLSl the absolute
lieeibsity of thtlr striking at ub hard. But
nliLn T It must be on the northern bordtr
line possibly into Keutueky, potslbl Into
Marjland and FcnnsjUnnla, possibly a flank
inocment on Wash niMon.
Lit them strike.)
Reported Ui the Xty Dijtartment for the atekeiuL
ing May 1G, isfi'i,
.ionn w. r.inich, seaman, apoplexy, January
4, btniUL Hrazl iera,
George V. Kerr,
diarrli.i-i, O. i,l,ir 12,
B, Meainer I'o-
I'nd. R. Lurrls, an.Maut puvuiunicr, eoniv
ii Di.iiii, vv 'rn i ., i . p. tHMfii( r raw m e,
GlOrC" aMnltb, IllUlllie. rOllHimi tlon..lAnimrv
irt i L ., rv..., ., ' '
IV, L k? n, in mi I . 'til
Ralph Ik fanow, oidinary seaman, gun shot
wnunu, -Muirn -ju, i . . steamer Itoelmek.
i Thomas Klntr, seaman, (runhoi wound,
March 20, U. ft. steamer Roebuck.
John Johnson, captMn'a cook.tjphoblfoer,
I-fi2, l'. 8 steamer Stars and
slames Moonev, captain forecastle, gunshot
uonnd, March -4, U. ti, steamer Amanda.
Maurlcu Conner, ordinary seaman, consump
tion, May fl. Natal Hospital, New York.
bolomon Kdunrdrt, landsman, chronic diar
rlma, Ma rt, Naal Hospital, New York.
Andrew C nrnij, second eabln boy, pneiinio
nU, May 1, Naval Hospital, ( belsca,
(ii orffe Washington, landsman, ennsmnplion,
Mnj 'J, Natal Horpltal, Norfolk.
Ue ine Juckson, ordinary saman, onsump
, tlon. Ma) H
William Kolb, landiman, chronic dlarrluca,
April 27, U. ti. steamer Red Roer.
tiainuel Cooper, seaman, pneumonia, May 11,
Naval Hospital, New York.
Murder Trial hi .Vtivlltitu,
Ve Haen, May 10. Tho trial of George
. 1 .K.k fuMheiimrdcrnf Thomas F. M crafty, A pnim-ELriiu Roorha k.--A Now Eng
wlu. h bi or mi led tho time of the superior iundtuator has stated in th.i most emphutlc
-our forth, pahtlmirdajs.rtsultedthlsmorn- mnnritr that within the mxi two weeks there
n: in j iiiuiti ci-invui hi me jury. u istuiey
iiiii iroin mo euerts m n wound sunt to nat
in m mil ii i.d nt tli (IM Iloute, kept b Cook.
ui tin town, nil the 14th of Mrtrch last.
lull' i nl ind tile of the Southern army the
M"- ion iioftm htnrd thut ihelr's "is the
' t, . ,r md tbo poor man's Dgbt '
11 "' i ti Iium lat' ly In i. im tr) expert
' He ii n atturt i ' 'utoiuotivt; eugiucs.
ron voLocK, p. m.
ICCT CIIA-atl RATlOltAt. DAIfKIHO
The Merchants Bank of Iloston, (Franklin
Ilafen, Prealdent,) with which the Government
has transacted Us business In that city, Is about
to organize as a National Dank upon tho plan
of Secretary Chaaa. Mr. Chase has received
ninety other applications from banking houses
In Boston, New York, and Philadelphia for
authority to organize upon the same plan.
It Is not the Intention of the Secretary to pre
cipitate 'Ms change of system npon tho conn
try, but to organize these new National Banks
gradually. The country Is not suffering for
want of money, and, from present appear,
ances, will not again.
Th. Tycoon'. Gift to President Lincoln.
We announced some time since that the Ty.
coon of Japan had sent a gift to the President
of the United States, consisting of a coat of
mall. The following Is a description of It i
An nmhrella-llkc helmet, nf fabricated sheets
of steel and copper, shields the head, while a
Vandyke of Interwoven silk cord and lacquered
net-work falls gracefully upon the shoulders.
The outside of the helmet In profuselj orna
mented with chrlianthemnmi of gold, In beau
tiful open-work, npon black lacquer, with now
and then n trlmmlntr of nurest silver. Tht
r . of copper, lacquered In scarlet and
. ., , , .
lFntpii Tim ncmlaOa nf ilia Anna rmnrF
and, with lacquered legglns grotesquely form
C(j completes the set
The Preildent has not
5" found it necessary to put on this defensive
Tli. Url.rsou ItaM.
The most successful and brilliant of our rc
eht warlike operatlona has been the cavalry
expedition of General Grlerson, whose arrival
at Baton Rouge. Is chronitledln the morning
telegraphic dispatches. The Kkhmond papers
declare that the manner of this raid proves
that the Yankcea are greatly Improved In tho
art of raiding. By reading an oulllno of the
"'"""" " ",l" ""''' "'" "
"cn tn" lle e"Bt nd cavorted up and
down in the Slate of tllsslsslppi pretty much
as he pleased.
i.ixKn All v nnaam
l.i 1 AGltAIll OOSHIP.
"SrAMtowonA,PArrus." Another edition
of this popular work, from the nen of Fred. . Cot
zeni, I. .hout to be lisued from the press of Carle-
ton. of New York. It ). I,een terent.ne.l. 1
Kn ,, , handsome llbrri stl ie. with tinted
n.n 'd ,niri
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r.p, j ,D,r.vfa ioltri0I1I ,rom . rtulfu,
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psi-iTi hat e lton out of print for a
thrlr pciinipirsnce at this tim.
P-Hl in the elegant s(le .romlied, will be
. hi ltv .iicrnri worm i iif nooit win nave
great Bale, pnrtlcularly In this cltj, where the
oeQ rnit.l heJ from the l 9, nhilt Moaaxir
Cauleton has In pan another work by Vic
tor lUiaentltlel "The Hlral Hices, ur the !ous
"-- ' , making
Pl'tu for nu n.i tun tu Calliorola. It
u '- h.s next lecture-will be entitled "Wr. C
King's DtURhter from Oter the Sea
Dr. J. B. Tiiomw, the editor of 4' Llppln-
loH s I'lonounufti CJireteer of tho WorM," Is pre-
pailLg a hlofrraphlcal work on the same plnu and
vi an eqtiallv extensive scale,
Mil. 1. U. Alpiucu, the popular author of
" lUiue He A aud other poems, has been for some
Mmv )iit rrUtMn-vlilef of the Sew York Illuttrattd
fc. Dixon, of Cambridge, has ready for the
?,lD"" "'"", '"'" of hl" ,rc'" " 8ubr,"
Fannt Kcmdle'9 "Journal of a Residence
' oa a Germna riantntloii,"and Mr Edward Dico)'t
"!lx Months In tho JtIcml St ttes," will shortl)
l iulIUIicd in London.
Mr. Cuahli;s li. RiciiAnDSON. tho historical
publisher, No out Uroiulwtt), has Jmt reprinted,
fiotutlii Hichmoml edition, n Southslde ltw of
'The i'trkt or of th lf' urillti l.v Mr IV.
wartl A rollard, author of "BUck Diamonds," etc
I ITTIB KuniLfU .t- Cn m-tt .I.Anl r.
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FUU4ian inc IIUICIUIUEUt TUIIiUII Ul "rt in'RUKUU
the Intcruil HtitnuuSjstemofthe United States,"
ujuiu 3 uu u i wen, iaie t-ommuiioncr 01 internal
Hivcnue, l'reptrcd under the authority of the Set
rttv f the Treasury.
Mu. Pahton, th author of tho wtll-known
lives of Jackson aud Uurr, has for some j ears been
cnifftU u.iua a "Life of Benjamin Franklin."
lot a f.u mouths, howeitr, h has Uld ailde this
woik, nnilU ijovv eugntfed upoi a " History of Gen.
Butlers Laniiatga and Admlnlitratlou at New
Urle tad,' m IiIlIi will be published lu the course of
the sunaier b M-ion h Druthers
rOIlTICAI., Ml SICAL, AND DltAMATlC.
Mr. Amos NicnoLS, of Richmond, Mass., at
the great age of one hundred end thrtt tart, died on
the 'h last. Mr.N.we hellete, was the oldest
person In the Commonwealth.
Major OeneiiaL l Hamm.tos, of Wlscon
tin, the hero of Iuka and Curlntb, has resigned
Mo had been left without a lommind, being out
ranked lathe s me district by Gen. llurlbut, and
Iio demanded an active commaud, nr an acceptance
f his resignation. The war Department accepted
t.i r..i.nnn .n.l t, U pnniAmim.lli- ,.! nf ih.
" &" , '- ' ..
Mr ( MARIES Bass, the comedian, died utSt.
Catharines, C. W , on Tueslij liit, At the age of
CO jears. He was born In London, and was trained
for the ministry He was a coiuin nf Burton, and
often acted with hloi Mr Bah had a wide expe
rience as actor and nianaKer in this country and in
Great DritMn He ciuie lo tlie Lnited SUtes in
0o. lUuuiMi.tjf Hah Tenitory has been
presented b a Mormnu grnd Jury ' as not only a
dsngerous man, but alio unworthy the to nfi dene
and respect of afrei and enllirhtened people " The
Governor occupies a dlHUult joiltion A corres
pondent of the Chic ko TWiiio writes "Sooa after
his arrlv at here, when it wmeui rent on the streets
that the band nf the Lord ua. In It meaning his
coming here as (.overnor pilnted and whitened
sepulchres' dressed in crinoline and 'scented for
the death,' were b) design thrown In his way at
eter) opportunity Fruit and (lowers came In pro
fusion, hut the Go ernor was not a hint to be thus
would bo an nrmlstleo for the purpose of en
tertaining peace propositions. 1 m gentleman
making this assertion M-eint in aptak by the
Tim above, which appeared In tho form of a
Washington dispatch In tho Philadelphia AVn-
day M'rrury, a sensational Copperhead sheet,
has ti t tlio slightest foundation In fact It
was rnannfai turci In Philadelphia, doubtless,
for the tumor would not hac allowed such
Btulf to pais gvvr thj teltigraph wlru
OAPTUEE OF JACKSON, MI88.
BATTLE AT RAYMOND.
THE UE.UEL LOSS 700.
THEY WERE DRIVEN BACK.
Joe Johnson Cone towards Vlcksburg
Ho Has With Him 3 Brigades.
Grant has Cut Vickshurg Off.
A telegram was received this morning at the
headoutters of tho army, from Memphis.
Tennessee, saying that VIcksbnrg and Jackson
papers of the fourteenth instant had been re
ceived there. They report that General Grant
defeated flrlgg's brigade, at Raymond, on
Tuesday, the 13th. Raymond Is sixteen miles
Southeast nf Jackson, and eight miles Bonth of
the VIcksbnrg and Jackson railroad, to which
It Is connected by a branch railroad.
The rebel loss la admitted lo he seven hun
dred. nrlgg was reinforced by Gen. II. T. Walker,
of Georgia, attacked at Mississippi Springs,
and driven In towards Jackson. Alelegram
from Canton, Mlsptsslppl, says the Federals
have taken Jackson from the East, (but this Is
supposed to be a cavalry movement.)
General Joseph Johnson arrived at Jackson
on the 13th, and went towards Vlcksburg with
three brigades. lie must have been west of
Jackson when the capture was roado by our
Jackson Is the capital of the State of Mis
sisslppl. situated upon tho right bank of the
Pearl river, nt the Intersection of the Missis
slppi and New Orleans And Memphis railroads.
It la -T miles east of VIcksbnrg, and 1,010
miles distant from Washington.
MKMrms, May 17.-vBanka captured Alex
andria after a sharp battle, as the Confederates
admit. It Is reported that Grant has struck the
railroad near F.d ward's Station.
Rebel papers have the following:
Mobile, May 14. Jackson, Miss., Is occu
pied by tho Federals. W fought them all day,
but could not hold the city.
What the Rebel Ssi.
MutFKEKsnoRO', May 17, 10 p. rn. Tho
Chattanooga Itcbtl of the lQtlvsaya Gen. Grant
has taken Jackson, Mississippi. Took It after
a hard day's fighting.
The President, at the hour of our going to
press, had received nothing later. The Gov
ernment is, however, In hourly expectation of
the particulars of this brilliant success. Tho
news fulfils the prediction we made last Satur
day In the lit pcd Li can. It Is confirmed, too,
by Information we received last night from
Falmouth to the effect that the appearance of
tho enemy opposite Indicated that they had suf
fered a disaster in some quarter.
LATEST FROM EUROPE.
Por tho City of Now York.
TIUZ I'OMbil QUJSbTION.
The Swedish, Spanish, and Italian
Cabinets Address Notes to the
Replies of Princo GoitchakofT.
Qucou of Sfain Asks Pardon
for tho Poles.
New YonK, May 18. Latest npws per arrival
of the steamer New Yorki
Bt. I'ETEnsmina, May C Tha Journal de St.
Pitertburg, of to-day, publishes the text of notes
addressed by the Swedish, Spanish, aud Italian
cabinets to Russia on tho Polish question, to
gether with the replica of Princo GortschakolX,
The Swedish Cabinet trusts to tho humane
and generous print Iplcs of the Emperor, that ho
will Issue words of clemency and oblivion,
which u ith a prospective regime of wise liber
ty would completely restore order.
Tho Spanish note bitterly regrets that the Im
patience of tho Poles should not havo waited for
a continuation or tne system or concession al
ready accorded by tho Emperor. Tho Queen
asks pardon and Indulgence for tho Poles.
Tbo reply of Prince Gortichukolf thanks the
Tho note of tho Turin cabinet la couched In
the most amicable terms. Hopes the Russian
court will see In the dato of Its comronnlca
tlon a proof of tho dcslro that Italy will always
eutertuin tuo mot sinccro relations witn jius
sla. OortchakolT stales that the Emperor receued
the amicable assurances of tht Italian Govern
ment with pleasure as to tho wishes It expressed
In faor of Poland. The Prince observes that
the Italian (lo eminent Is not Ignorant of tho
fact that tho revolution Imposes a dl Sic nit task
upon the Governments. The Emperor, how
ever, seeks to establish lasting peace.
Cuacow, May (J. According to new from
Lithuania, four thousand Baskolluka. Schis
matics, and Dissentients, armed by the ltusslan
Government, in the neighborhood of Du.naborg
are desolating Livonia with fire and sword,
Shocking details have been received relating
to their atrocities. Yesterday a boC.y of six
KIluM ihJiit nUVAI.
Arrival of tlte Steamer Convtrmy Irou
clfsds ttaekluK Hot lla.tterle on
New York, May 18. The steamer Conway,
from Port Royal, reports that alio was oil
Charleston on tho UUi, and heard heavy firing
from li o'clock until 5 In the afiemoon, lu. tht
harbor. It Is supposed our iron .clods were at.
tacking the rumi ubiictich nn Morris Island.
This drama, which has produel such won
derful effect upon the theatre patratis In all our
principal cities, will be plajed at C rover's two
nJghts, Mlid Lucille Western tn the principal
character, supported bythe whole itrrngth of Gro-
er's excellent compsn) Those who lmtt r.ever
enjojedthe emotions awakened by this extraordi
nary play should go without fall
FROM NEW ORLEANS.
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ARRIVAL OF COL. THORPE
THE NEGE0 'IN BATTLE.
The Moat EtTccUre BebeliBatterj at
Ablo-bodiod BlapkhOipg Or
onthtvestsrn Hebel krWttfteaflenfl Here
after to b llelA by Dliutlx Troops.
CEJf. I'LMANN'S1 NEt.R0 BRIGADE.
IT IS MORE THAN FILLED.
Col. T. B. Thorpe, who has Just arrived In
this city from tho Department of the Gulf, and
who has held for the year past and still holds a
high official position In New Orleans, Informs
us that the experiment of raising colored regi
ments has met with every possible success
and further, that the most prejudiced against
tho formation of such troops are, after a little
personal observation, forced to admit that they
form the very best rnaterlakfor a fighting army
In the recent attempts of Admiral Farragut
to pass the forts at VIcksbnrg, one battery was
particularly noticed for Its effoctlvo and pre
cise firing, It doing more damage, than any
other battery It has been ascertained that
the guns of this battery were manned entirely
In the recent battles of Gen. Banks on the
Teche, in Louisiana, he seized upon papers,
among which was found a proclamation of
Governor Moore ordering the enrolment of the
able-bodied negroes In the country roundabout,
for the purpose of organizing them Into regi
ments. Col. Thorpe says thero cannot be a
doubt but that thronghont the extreme Southern
States the rebels are actually engaged In raising
negro regiments, for It Is only from such mate
rial that they can now recruit their ranks with
Col. Thorpe also says that he has watched
the progress of the formation of the first col
ored regiment now organized In Louisiana, and
has nerer seen better material, or troops more
obedient, or more quick to learn the manual
exercise. It Is further true that these men, In
spite of their antecedents and unhappy history,
arc thoroughly informed of the important po
sition they occupy, and yet they aro not back
ward In adopting a uniform which Is their
death warrant If taken by the enemy.
Our people need not disguise the fact that
tho rebels will, from this time forward, make
up the amiss, and more especially, the troops
for fortification from the negro population, the
tlmo has now come that wo can for the first J
tlmo appreciate to tho fullest extent tho Import
ance of the President's emancipation procla
mation. Its doctrine. Its announcement, its
declaration of freedom to tho slaves should he
insisted upon, and the document itself should
be Industriously circulated throughout tho reb
el States, as upon It depends an Important
point in crushing out the rebellion.
General Banks has entered heartily upon the
formation of General Ulmann's brigade, which
la more than filled, and the country recently
opened up to the Federal forces, by General
Banks's scries of victories In Western and
Northern Louisiana, will furnish, If necessary,
two or three divisions of able bodied and
thoroughly patriotic men, to fight for the flag,
and help the nation In Us hour of trial.
ANsivEnsinr or tue Sabbath School
Union. This morning, the various dh laloos that
are embraced tn the Sabbath Sshool Union, assem
bled In their respective places of meeting The
first division, comprising the schools of the West
Presbyterian, the Foundry, the Thirteenth Street
Baptist, and the New York A enue Presbyterian
Church, with the school attached to the Newsboys'
Home, met in Dr. Gurle's church. The Invoca
tion was madeb) Dr. 3) lei The praier was of
fered by Kei Mr Coombs, of the Weitern Prcsbj
terlan Church. Mr Hubbard read the annual re
port Dr. Sj les delh ered the first address. After
singing by the thlldren, Ihe second address was
made by Mr. Lyford.
The Second division, embracing the Calvary
Baptist, the Ninth street Methodist Trotestaut,
the Fourth Presby tetlac, the McKendree Chapel,
the Fngllsh Lutheran, the Trinity Mission, and
Washington city Orphan Aajlum schools, assem
bled In the Ninth street Presbyterian church. The
acholars of this division behat ed In the most dece
rns manuer, and challenged the admiration of the
spectators. The teachers display paramount en
ergy. The Rev. Mr. Cooke, the newly elected pastor of
the Ninth street Methodist Protestant church,
made the Invocation. The report was read by M.
H. Miller, F.sq. The prayer was oil ered by Rtn . J.
C, Smith. Ihe addresses were dell tend by Rev.
Jofjn Thrush and Rev. J. G, Butler.
ThethlrdolUsloamet at Wesley Chapel. The
First Presbyterian, the ). Street Baptist, the As
semblies, the Fletcher, the Fro Idenoe, and the
Wesley Chapel Sunday schools composed this divi
sion, the Invocation and prajer wero ottered b)
the Rev. Payton Brown, and the addresses were
delivered by P D. Gurley.D.D , and Rev. Mr. Hew
lett, of the Cavalry Baptist Church.
The fourth, or Island, division met at the Smith
sonian The children assembled at an early hour
The schools were the sixth and Seventh Presbj te
rlan, the German Lutheran, Firth Baptist, and Ry
land Chapel. Dr. SunJerland was appointed to
deliver one of the addresses, but, after making a
few remarks, introduced Mr. Fisher, of Cincin
nati, who made a beautiful address. The second
address was delivered by Dr. Ryan,
The prayer was made by Rev. Mr. Lemon, and
the invocation oy ine pastor oi the German Lu
The fifth division met at the Capitol grounds.
It comprises the Navy Yard schools, which are
Waugh-'Chajel, Second Baptist, Methodist Pro
estant, and Young Men's Christian Association.
Int ocatlon by Rev. Mr Johnson. Praj er by Kev .
Mr steenson, of the Christian Commission. The
addresses were made by Rev Mr. SI pes and Rev.
There are thlrty-twa schools in this Sabbath
School Union, representing every evangelical de
nomination, Twent)-elght schools have made re
port by circular respecting their present condi
tion In these schools, taken together, there are
1,86 male and 3,290 female scholars, with 318 male
and 395 female teachers.
About 3,600 mholars actually attend every Sab
bath The Isrgcst school in the list Is the Hnt
Preah)terlan, which counts IHQ icnoiarson nsrou
The larttest proportion of average attendance Is at
the Lutheran school, corner of H and Fleventh
streets, where Hi per cent, are regularly present
An Inspection of the tabular statement shows that
during the past year only is conversions are re
ported, and two thirds are from but two achools.
But frrra 1S3 schools, of 3,soo pupils, comes up th
espouse, " no conv erslons "
The hymns sung by the children were The An
gels there wlU Teh Us" and "We're Nearer
Home," from th Golden Shower ' Sunday School
Book " and " The Evergreen Bhore." from thi Gol-
dtn Chain book. The slQflnt; polstsstdT lneota
par a bis charms. Ann in wfleaieuons ia the rtv
rtdus districts wen pro&onnsed. the iebolars re
turned to their rtspsetiv schools and parcook of
A Ladt Attxmfts to Disroii or Riait
PaortBTT aid EscarK to Dm. Mrs. Thomas
and danghter, of Fairfax, Virginia, arrest sd a Uw
days at o, were to-day sent South. It appears; that'
Mrs Thomas, who had been to Rlohmoad, a Jaw7
days ago, by some means, got to this slty Hr
movemsntsjwert watched by the detectives with a
vigilant eys and on Thursday sh attempted to
cross our lines and make her way to Dixie, hut la
this attempt she was arrested and seat to the Old
Capitol. Upon further Investigation, It seems that
her sola errand to this city was to dispose of hex
husband's property, who is quits wealthy. Tha
Instruments by which such conveyance of the prop
erty was to be effected wr prepared
Colorwj Rmimimt. The first colored rett
meat of this District paraded the streets this fore
noon. They presented a fine appearance, and
Ucltsd the attention of quit a crowd of citizens,
who applauded them while passlnf the stmts.
This regiment is composed of hale, hsartr. and ath
Is tie men.
Cm mi al Court Judge OUn presiding, Tho
District Attorney eatcred)a nof pros. In th cases of
J. A. Faunti and A A Cameron, charged with Cor
James Baker was coavlcted'UpOQ th charge of
A. Barnes was next placed upon trial, charged
with grand larceny.
RckawaT. A horse attached to an army
wagon this forenoon took fright and raft dowa
Seventh street. When h reached comer of II
street he stumbled and brok both fore limbs.
After lingering a faw mlnuUs In the greatest agony
he gar up th ghost. The teamstsr was the chief
UT rum Arm: Cider on dranght, at tb.
Wave.lv, 481 Eighth street, bctwean add r.
No CoMrKOMisx wiTn TRiAtoM on Thai
tomtNotice. I an authorized br the Secretary
of War torals. a BATTALION OF CAVALUVfor
tpecia tei vti't.
Each company will be organized as prescribed la
General Orders No. 136, scries of 18&
All officers will b selected and appointed by th
tolonei Commanding, subject to the approval of
the secretary of War.
From the peculiar natur of the service required
of tola Battalion, none but sober, honest, and la
telllgent men will be enlisted.
The best, fleetest, and most serviceable Horssc
only will be used
This Battalion will be armed with th new cele
brated Repeating Rifle, discharging fifteen ahots
For further particulars, apply at No, 317 Penn
sylvania avenue. L, C. BAKER,
may 8 1m Colonel Commanding Battalion.
The National Union Lbaoui will hold
public meetings every TUESDAY EVEN I WO,
In their Hall, 481 Ninth street. There will be
Speeches, National Songs, fee. The reading-rooms
open every evening. apr 4 4w
Alfred Thomas, Esq., la duly authorised and
accredited as an Agent to solicit and receive sub
scriptions and contributions In support of th Na
tional Ualon League Heading Room.
WM. BEBB, Frs.dnt.
Tmeo. F. Stokes, Seo'y.
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fit the afflicted, and spread Information which h
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ay 18 im
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the diseases of Error, tncludlar
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seminiu nciKBcii, nciroui jJCDimr, inuigesnou,
Melancholy, Insanity, Wasting Decay, Impotencj,
iuuiiuij , lufauiii
fcc giving safe
tlons for their p
&vc. fcc giwng sale, speedy, and effectual pre
scriptions for their permanent cure, together with
much valuable information. All who favor me
with a dealr to read my work shall receive a sim
ple copy by return man, ire oi charge.
Address JOHN B. OODlN, M. D,
my 18 3m No. 60 Nassau st , New York.
Quackert. I earnestly caution yonng men
su tiering from Nervous Debility, he , against en
dangering their health by patronulng any of the
advertising Quacks. You can fully recover by th
methods used by the advertiser, and by hundreds
of others, and in no other way. Read a letter whloa,
I will send you, If you will send me a post-paid cn
velope bearing your address. Direct to
EDWARD II. TRAVER,
ap S d&wm Lock Boxy Boston, Mass.
RATcnELOR's IIaiu Ute. The Rest ih tbjs
Wobld. William A. Batchetor's celebrated
Hair Dye produces a color not to be distinguished
from nature: warranted not to injure Hair In th
leastiremedles the lll-elTrcti of bad dyes, and invig
orates the Hair for life. (JULY, RED, or RUSTY
HAIR Instantly turns a splendid Black or Brows,
leaving the hair soft and beautiful. Sold by all
KiT Thegenulne Is signed WM. A, BATCHELOR,
onthe four sides of each box.
Factory, No. Bt Barclay street, (Lat S3S Broad
way and is Bond.) New York. my 22 ty
Tub GnEAT Pennstlyania Route. The
quickest and safest route to the Northwest and
southwest. Two through trains dally, and on oa
Sunday, boldlers tickets at Government rates to
all the principal points In the Nortsj and West.
For tickets and further Information apply at th of
fice of the "Great Pennsylvania Route," northeast
corner Pennsylvania avenue and sixth street, un
der National Hotel. Office open from 7 a. m. to
p. m.ion Sundays to 4 p. m.
B. 0. NORTON,
sua 9 Aaant
UNCONDITIONAL UNION TICKET.
O. A. HALL.
roa common council
A n SHEPHERD,
JOHN . COLLINS,
my 1J UF..
IONAL UNION TICKET
JOHN H. ELVANS.
FOR COMMON COUNCIL:
WM. J. MUHTAQH.
CHARLES W. MITCHELL,
my 1 Ira
I'NCONDITIONAL UNION TICKFT
CHOJUKY S. NOYE9,
unj" u. ..A.it..
GI.NC Y O F
JOHN TAYLOR & SONS
ALBANY IMPERIAL 0R1AM
P. XX AT, KB.
We are constantly receiving a full suppl
c a full supplv of
these celebrated DKA
AUGHT ALES, direct from
Messrs John Taylor ft. Sons, In casks and half casks,
and solicit the patrouage of citizens and th trade.
UAIU t uuu,
329 Pennsylvania avenue,
opposite Wlllard HoUl,
17 OH CHAIITEll A SCUOONER
P drawloE three fc.t ol watrr Capaclt 600
barrels. Apply to
my is .( 8S Water ttreet, Ceori.towa,