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FOK VICE PRESIDENT,
ELECTION. NO EMBER 8, 181,4,
OUOAfflZtTIOIf OP Tills NATIONAL
Baltihobe, June 8, tML
A meeting of the National Union Cotamlttee,
appointed by tbe National Union Contention
at B4ltImore on tb 8ib InsL, wo held At Bar
naul' Motel agreeably to tbe notice given In
On motion of Gen. Jarae Lane, of Kansas,
tbe Hon. Henry J. Raymond, of New York,
wis elected Chairman, and lion. Edward
McTherson, of Pennsylvania, Secretar
On motion tbe committee arijoorned-to meet
la Washington, D. C, on inch day aa tbe
Cbalnnan may direct.
Atteett W. Curuv,
Secretary, pro tern.
XOTICK Or MKKTINO.
Tbe National Union Committee appointed
at Baltimore on tbe 8th, will meet at Wlllardt'
Hotel, Washington, on Friday, Jane 10th, at
10 o'clock a. a.
Huibt J. RiTuotD, Chairman.
Wakbikoto!!, Jane 9, 1804.
TIIK NOMINATIONS Wa.RK MADK.
"CotslosreTenU cast tbelr ibadowe before1
was perbap nerer more significantly Ulna
trated tban In the culmination of yesterday In
the rtnomlnatlon of President Ltnclon. Yet
few conld hate been prepared for tbe intense
earneatbesa of all, that nothing should Interfere
with tbe realization of that " consummation "
o devoutly to be wished."
Tbe least reference to his name produced a
thrill of enthusiasm throughout the audience,
and tbe greatest anxiety was manifested to
reach tbe nomination. The necessary prelimi
naries were endured with aa much patience as
could be expected, but It was plain to see no
mercy would be shown to trlflers; and although
It was undoubtedly hard to nip Incipient
geniuses In the bad, It wae performed with a
rntblcseneas that was terrible to witness. One
delegate from tbe golden State, who had eri
denily been digesting his " well-rounded pe
riods " from tbe day that tbe mantle of his
nomination to that ofilce fU upon him, seemed
peculiarly reluctant to " yield " to the pressing
ery of Dry up I" Dry up I"
One by one tbe obstructions were cleared
away like snags on the Mississippi rlrer, and
the gallant old ship secme'd to tumble all at
once Into smooth, deep water. Then came
tbe tug of war. Gtftk ma Greek In an effort
to gain tbe floor and obtain the much-longed-for
honor of " renominating Old Abe." Sten
torian longs were used by numbers who hoped
to drown down opposition by the Tolumeof
sound tbeyponred out of the'J throats. But
all In vain. Gen. Cameron got as much chance
as those Infinitely more vociferous. Mr. Btono,
of Iowa, in particular, waa decidedly nncom
promlslog,and falling to catch the Chairman's
eye, after several desperate effort In that be
half, remarked good humoredly and at the top
of his Tolce, " I will fight u out on this line If
It takes all summer."
Some discussion here ensued as to which
course waa beet to be pursutd in taking tbe
TOles. One proposed " by acclamation," which
met with great favori but Mr. Raymond, of
New York, arose, and clearly demonstrated tbe
policy of voting by Butts," and thus avoid
ing tbe aspersion that might be cast upon tbe
contention, " that tbe nomination of Abrabsm
Lincoln bad been rushed through tbe conten
tion by aome demonstration that would not
look to tbe exercise of tndltldual influence."
Oil cast upon troubled waters could not pro
dace a more soothing effect than tblsj and
when Mr. Cook, of Illinois, arose and said,
" Mr. President, the flute of Illinois again pre
sents to the loyal people of this nation for Pres
ident of tbe United States, Abraham Licolh,
. Ood bless htm," there seemed a universal relief
of soul In the hearty but deep responsive
" Amen I" that echoed from tTery part of tbe
contention. And wben the clear, sonorous
tolce of the Secretary called for the tote of
Maine, and Mr. Morrill, tbe chairman of that
delegation, announced the tote of that tiUle,a
quietude reigned around that was wonderful to
w I inert..
New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts,
Bbode Island, Connecticut, New York, one
unbroken chain or totea for Mr. Lincoln) and
so It continued, until It came to Missouri,
wben the cbalnnan of that deb gitlon apolo
gized for tbe course be was compelled to adopt,
but said they bad been " Instructed by their
constituents, and be recognized such Instruc
tions and must obey them." Tokens of dis
sent pertaded the entire Contention. Quite a '
number of delegate murmured and loadlyssld
tbey wished they could recall their act of ad
mitting tbe delegates from Missouri. Others
saldt u I told you so" "Now you see what
you get by attempting to conciliate such men,"
" We ehill hate more of this trouble yetj" " It
won't end here It will bo carried to the polls
and to the Electoral College," Ac, &v, Wben
the tote of Tennessee was announced for Lin
coln, Kentucky, Ohio and all the remaining
Sutra giving in their totes, harmony was re
stored. Without waiting for the announce
ment of the total tote by tbe Chair, the au
dience rose en matte, and such an enthusiastic
demonstration was scarcely eter paralleled.
Men wated their banda and hats, and ladles,
In the gsllerles, tbelr kerchiefs, and tbe band
track up In thrilling tones the grand old air
of " Tbe Star spangled Banner."
The band suddenly changed Its tune to
"Yankee Doodle," wben the enthusiasm mani
fested luelf In a fresh outburst that required
some abort time to subside Intt quietude.
On the formal annouuLement of tbe remit,
tbe chairman of tbe Missouri delegation stated
that, hating obeyed tbe Instructions of his
constituents, be was happy now to mote that
the vote of tbe Contention 1 recorded unani
mously for Mr. Lincoln. Some few muttered
WASHINGTON. D. O.
THURSDAY mtuum.iiumttmi.JUNK 9, 1804.
anathemas against blmj but, on the whole, his
motion was well received, and Mr. Lincoln
sunds before the world the unanimous choice
of tbe National Union Contention, composed
of delegates legally elected by the people of
every loyal State,
"Now, then, who's for Vice President!" was
tbeunltersal Inquiry. And when Maine, as It
was natural to expected she would, led off
by throwing tbe whole of her totes for Hannl
bal llamlln people acemed to think, as went
Maine so would go tbe Union bnt when New
Hampshire torewtwoBatlershells with another
for Andrew Johnson, with fonr lor Hannibal
Hamlin, and three for Daniel 8. Dickinson,
there was a startling confusion lathe camp,
At tbe name Andy Johnson there was a burst
of enthusiasm In the rear of the theatre and In
tbe galleries, that waa Terr portentous. The
totes of Vermont, Massachusetts and Rhode
Island Increased tbe confusion, but when Con
necticut cast her twelve Totes In a lump for
Mr Johnson, a still greater outburst arose from
his friends, and when New York followed by
gltlng him thirty-two totes and only six for
Mr. Hamlin, and twenty-eight for Mr. Dlckln
son, the enthusiasm was unbounded. New
Jersey divided her rote, seven for Johnson and
settn for Dickinson. Then Pennsylvania was
a knit, fifty-two rotes for Hamlin. "There'll
be no election this vote," cries one. "Every'
body wauu to It so grateful to eterybody else
tbat It alot to be wondered at," cried another.
It went on as dltcrio as possible for a while.
It was six for ono and half a dozen for an
other, until It came to Ohio, when the chair
man of that delegation arose and recorded tbe
entire tote of that State for Andrew Johnson.
The enthuslaam of his friends again manifested
Itself, and wben Indiana, directly after, gate
her twenty-six totes for Johnson, there was a
storm of applause. Illinois, howeter, unset
tled tbe question again, by giving ber united
tote for Hamlin, and for a while "chaos had
come again," bnt Iowa gate her sixteen totes
for Johnson, and Maine requested to be allowed
to change her rote for blm. Then came a rush
oHthtx chaogts, until at last tbe chair an
nounced tbat of the 519 rotes cast, Mr. Andrew
Johnson had recelted of tbenWVTj Mr. Hanni
bal Hamlin, 0; Mr. Daniel 8. Dickinson, 13.
At this stage of tbe proceedings a happier
set of men could sea no be found. Everything
seemed to be Just as eterybody had wanted It
TIIK PllKSIDKNr 1IKA.KD
At half past two o'clock yesterday, dli pitches
ere sent to tbe President by different persons
announcing hla renomloatlon, but he waa ab
sent from his official room In the White House
at tbe lime, and did not see them. Some two
hours afterwards, Ignorant of his own nomina
tion, he called at the War Office, and accident
ally saw a dispatch there announcing the nom
ination of Mr. Johnson for Vice President!
The President expressed his surprise at the cu
rious action of the Convention, as It seemed to
blm, and thought It had got the cart before the
horse; but was asked by an operator If he not
seen a dispatch annonocloc his own renomloa
tlon for the Presidency. On bis replying that
bo bad not, be waa informed that such a dis
patch had leen sent him. He then explalnod
that probably his absence from his official
room In the Executive Mansion waa tbe reason
of his not having seen It. Upon returning to
the Executive Mansion tbe President found the
dlspatcbts referred to, announcing bis renoml
nation at half past two o'clock.
TUB NATIONAL COS VK3TIOX OP
UNION I.KAUUICS-AGTION OP TIIK
The National Convention of Union Leagues
assembled In Baltimore yesterday, after the
nomination of Lincoln and Johnson, agreeably
to adjournment on Monday, and unanimously
ratified the nomination and endorsed tbe plat
form of the Uulun National Convention Tho
members voted to adjourn to Washington to
day, and at 13 o'clock to visit the President of
tbe United Slates and psy their respects.
Itatlllcatlou Mectlws In Baltimore.
An Immense gsLbcrlng of tbe people assem
bled In Monumental Square, Baltimore, last
night, and organized by appointing tbe Mayor
of tbe city, Hon. John Leu Chapman, provi
dent, and a large list of tk presidents aod
secretaries. The meeting was kept up nntll a
late hour, was very enthusiastic, and, besides
being addreiaod by the Mayor In a lengthy
speech, remarks were made by Mr. Swann,
who offered a series of resolutions heartily en
dorsing tbe romlnatlon of Lincoln and John
son and the platform of principles.
Parson Brownlow and Hun. Horace F. May
nard, of Tennessee, Rev. Mr. Oaddls, of Ohio,
and others, addressed tho meeting.
UNION NATIONAL. CONVENTION AT
Ilrelutlon of the Uuton National Con
The following are tbe resolutions prepared
by tbe committee for tbat purpose, and carried
by acclamation In tbe National Contention at
RfuJtted. that It la the hit he at dutv of evcrr
kcericon citizen to mmauin acntket all their
enemlea ihe Integrity nf the Union audtheptt-
moum ftuiai r y vi me 14uiiituuua nu inwi fi
the foiled -tutei and ht, Uiloc; aside all dlf
lettuce! aud bulitlcal (italoua. u Die Ire our
elves, aa Union n.en, antmaitd by a eommob
euuttit ni noil hiiqitik m a o- uimnri oiy Ci, O n
otervthli vloour nuwer to ld tha U. vrriime'
In qucillie; it fore of arms tbe if belli n now
'gii a atn nat 1 a authority, aod In I rlnali g to
i hit nua ihme t uc to their crlmt-a the rebel
nd trull or arrayrd agtlnai It tFroioofed ap-pau-el
the uuta oment of the United etatea nut to com
utomlsa with rebels, nr io offer an) term a of peacr
Kerpt auch a miybebaa-dup nnuncomitl3nal
aur c dernf thel hoe lilt a da return to tbeli
j iet Mllciriance to the Constitution and lwa of the
I tiled Mate( ai,d tlat w call upoi tha Govern
tueut to miatlo th a i o itlnn, and to proeru e
he war ul h the utioi at pnaaluevlcur In tbe com
i lte hi tin re ilwa of tha rebilloa. in tha lull reli-
ai.cn jMiiitha eir-wtiflo'nit j airlutlatn and heroic
vaior a u iiieiiniym awtmoa oi ine America'
ieoile to thi-lr ouuntiy -tnd Ira free IniUtutlone
Rfolvta ht aa Sliverv waa thaeauie.and now
comtltu ri tlieattenclh,if ihia rebellion, aod aa
prifioipi of hep bucan Gurernmebt.Jus'lccand
he nat ooNliafi-tv t mtixl 1 utter aou eomileu
ex Irpition irom the.oliof Ita Kepuhlie Ap-
ixkUBr.i nu i wuiia wa upnoia ana m main
tde acta aid UIOtUlUAtloui bv ivhlrh tha Roitfn.
mebt, Id ita uwuilrlvucc, has aU cd a death blow
tt tbla gigantic t ui, ueareln favor furtberibo e
nf tuch ao amendment u tha Contttntinn. tn h
inde by tha ieoila in en a for tut y with Ita pro via
tor) a, aa ahail terminate and forever prohibit tbe
vletei.e of Ma ery within tb limiti or t he Juris
diction rfue Uol ed Btvei. i pUuae I
Knotted, That the thank oi tbe American peo-
I i in uu m w.-... m . ..iiuiaui tun HrQly
aad iiavv faunlauiel. who have ierll.d thi
Ilvralndcf nee ol their eon a try aod in vlodlce
rlaotif the honor of their 11 uri tbat t e natinn
owre to thf m ao'oe pcrnianent i ecog nltion ol their
ptiriouam ana mi r vaior. ana ampia aog pema
Den provlelon fur thoae of their su vivor who
have ieceivi dlaablina; and Louorble wnundi in
tba seivtce of the eoun ryj and that tba memories
of thoie who have fallen in I a dt fence shall Ut
held In fiateM aod everlaatlof rantauibrance
Loud applause and cheers
Retottti, That wa apcrm m and applaud theprao
t el wisdom, the uoielSib pa'riutlsm aud tba
U'swervla fidelity tu the Coustttutivn and tha
urtaclplesof Afflfrican ltbeity with which Abra
ham Lloooln has diBcbed, under o numataoces
of uoparalielcd dlmnulty, tbe great du'lee anil re
. nn.ibilitieaof tba PreaUeiitlalomjetthatwa aiw
pr va aud endorse, as ileoiaudrd iy tho eoit rgency
and eaaentlal to ibe preaervatlon of tha nation,
and aa with n tha provWoue of ibe Coos i u loo,
tbe measures aod acta which ha ba adopted to de
fend tha nation agtUatlts open and s srrt f eai
that wa approve ea pee I ally the proclamation of
emancipation, and the employment as Un on sol
diers of men heretofore held in slivery applause
and that wa have full confidence la his determine!
lion to earrr out three and all other ennatltattonal
Measure stentlal to ibe salvation ef the country
wit full and tompltta effect.
Mttotved, That w dress it essential te the gen
eral welfare that hermncy should prevail In tbe
national councils, and wa regard aa worthy of
public confidence and offlclal trust those oaly who
eo dial If endorse tha principle proelaleed la
thess resolutions sod which ahotld characterise
Ibe admlolstretloa of the Government, Ar
Rftolvtd. Thift tha Government awm to ill mn
employed la Ita arm Its, without retard to diitl ac
tion oT eolothfnll protect ion of tha laws of
war (applause, and that any violation of thesa
laws, or tha uiages of civilized nations la time of
war, tv the rebels now to arms, should be made
ib luqjw oi prompt ana. mil return, irroiongea
Attained. That forlrn Immfmtlon. whlih In
thopstna added so much to the wealth, devel-
vfiaivnt ui iwiufiTi nr-u innriMi oi pnwrr IO IOJS
pinna Duasfiam oi latopprriirqoi en nations,
should befoaierel and encouraged by a liberal
Ilia JH-. irviivj A'liaUlij
Rttotvti. That we are ta favor ofth speedy con
struction of tba rMlrnad to tha Pacific.
RetolrtJ, That tbe national faith, pledged for tha
redemption of tha punil debt, must b kept Invio
late, and that for this turpnia wa recommend
economy aadrljpd rvspOBitHllty In tha public ex
pinditure. aooa rig omut aod just ststcm of tax
ation) tbat It ts tha duty of every loyal State to
sMitaio the credit and promote tba use of the
national currency. Applause 1
JtMofMS, That w approve tba position taken bv
the Government that tha teopU of tha United
itateaetnno or retard with indifference the at
tempt of any Enronean power to ntfrthrew bv
foe or to supplant by fraud tha Institutions of
Hjripuntnui sjnvecnmeni on too western uon-
wirae iproioDieu uppieuicj ana nai tnry wiii
view with extreme Jealouiy, as menacing to the
pa-ca aod Independence of tbelr own cou itry, the
efforts of any such p twer to bUtn new foot hoi d
for monarch'cal Rovernmeate . suitalned by forelge
tntltUry tnrae, tn ner proxlmttv to the United
States. Long and continued applause
TOT! yOB PBXBtDIXT.
The Convention voted by Btates for a candi
date for President of tho United Bute, with
the following result
New Hampshire 10
NaaiacbueetU 94 .,
Rhode 1-laad 8
Connecticut , 13
ew York. ss
Ncw Jereey II
irk aria aa io
Tnneaee , 15
Oil fornl a i
Weat Virginia 10
Knaa . 6
Total 191 93
Before tbe announcement of tbe result, Mr.
"uiue, vi wimvuii, uiuisu um u uuwuia-
tlon of Abraham Lincoln be declared unani
mous. Ills delegation bad been Instructed to
vote for Oen. Grant, bnt he was now In favor
of declaring the nomination already made to
The motion was szrted to amidst crcat an.
l no r resident men announced that Abraham
Lincoln, of Illinois, was the unanimous choice
of tbe Union National party of the country for
TOTI YOB VICS PBtSIDBBT.
Mr. Smlthers moved that tte Contention pro
ceed to tbe caH of the roll for a candidate for
Vice Preetdeotof tbe United Btaics. and noon
that demanded tbe previous question.
ine demand for tne previous question was
sustained, and the motion to proceed with tbe
call of the roll was agreed to, resulting as be-lowi
Maine II I ' r
New Hampshire .... I 2 . .1.
Wrmoct ft I 2, 3 '
Maiaachuietts ' IT 3 3 ' t
Rhode lalaod ' 1 S 9 3
Connecticut 13 .1
New ork 11, I
New Jeraey 3 12 ... . i
Penna)lvama 6J ' '
Delaware,. . . ' S '
Maryland. 3 11 I , ' .
Loutaiana 1 1. . '
arkaa aa 10 .
Mlisourl 2, 30 ' .
Tenneaaee 13 .. .. ' .'
Kentucky 31 . . I .
Ohio 4i i
ndloa 26 .,
flltoola S3 i '. .
Mlch'jan IS '
Wlacooaln S 10 4 '
Iowa IS I I..
Minnesota s 6 . .. I ..
allfornla t o 1 i
urgoo , a ,
WeatMrglnia V I
Kanaaa 3 3 3. ' .,
istbraika Ill i 1
Nevada (i I
3'" I III 1153831 3 el i I 1
Beveral of the Btates chancred thalr votes in
Johnson, and the final result reached was as
Johnson Dickinson. Hamlin.
New Hampahtre 10
Rhode lalaod 7
Ivuaectlcul .... 13
New ork es
New Jeraey 14
Obi i 41
lodiai a a
.rat Vtrgiula 10
C lorvao S
j no rrcsiaeni Anarew j ono son, Having
received a majority of all tho votes, Is declared
duly nominated asthecndldste of tbe National
Union rarty for Vice 1'realdent of tbe United
On motion of Mr. Tremaln, of New York
the nomination of Andrew Johnson was de
COXMITTBB TO WOT! FT TUB NOMINEES,
On motion of Mr. Curtis, of New York, tbe
roll of Btates and Territories was called fur the
appointment of a commlttte to nutlfy Presi
dent Liu col a and Gov, Jjbnson of their nomi
nation, resulting ss follows
Maine Josiah 11. Drummond.
New Hsmpshlre Thomas . Sawyer.
Vermont U. Barlow.
Massachusetts A II. Bullock.
Khode Island A. M. Campbell.
Connecticut C. 8. Busbnell.
New York George Win, Uartla.
New Jersey W. A. Newell.
Pennsylvania Henry Juhnson.
Delaware N. B. Bruitbcrs.
Maryland V L. W. Bea brook.
Louisiana A. A. Antasseer.
Arkansas Vsl. Dell.
Missouri John F. Hume.
Tennessee M. M Bryan.
Kentucky O. W. Hite
Ohio E. P. Pstfe.
Indiana Cyrus M. Allen.
Michigan L. P. Alexander.
WUconsln A. W. Kandall.
Iowa Peter Valloda.
California John Bedwell.
Oregon Thomas II. Pearne.
Wwt Virginia Lcroy Kramer.
Kansas A. C. Wilder.
Nebraska A. 8. Paddock.
Colorado John A, Nje.
Nevada T. Winter.
Mr. Lane, or Kausae, moved tbat the list of
Stales be callvd over, sudtbat the Clialrroanof
tne several auegailons, as tbev are called,
uaiucuaiu uuv luciuoer ior a national vom
mlttee. Tbe motion was agreed to,
Mr. Coombs, of the District of Colombia,
sfited tbat the District had always heretofore
been allowed a member of the National Com
mitt a, and moTod that one be added to repre
The motion was spread to.
On motion, all the Territories not allowed to
vote were allowed Delegates upon tbe National
On motion, Florida was allowed a member.
Tbe. roll was then called aud the following
persons were appointed aa the National Com
mltteo for the next fonr years:
Maine Samuel F Hersey.
New Hampshire John B. Clsrk.
Vermont Abrabsm B. Gardner.
Massachusetts Wm. M Chaflln.
Rhode Island T bos. O. Turner.
Connecticut N. D Sperry.
New YorkHenry J. Raymond.
Pennsylvania 3. A. Pnrviance.
New Jersey Marcus L. Ward.
Delaware N. O. Smlthers.
Maryland II. W. Hoffman.
Florida Calvin L. Robinson.
Louisiana Cutbbrest Bullitt.
Arkansas Jamrs L. Johnston,
Mlirourl S. ILBoyd.
Tennessee Joseph 8. Fowler.
Kentncky-R. K. Williams.
Ohio U. V, fentet.
Indiana J, D. Defrecs.
Illinois Burt C. Cook.
Mlchlgsn R. Olttlngs.
Wisconsin 8. Judd.
Iowa D. p. Htubbs.
California James Oils.
Minnesota Thomas Simpson.
Oregon Eras mns D. Sbattuck.
West Virginia A. W. Campbell.
KansasJames H. Lane.
Colorado Jerome P. Taylor.
Nebraska W. H. U. Waters.
Ncvsds H. D. Morgsn.
Dakota G. M. Blnney.
Utsh John W. Kerr.
Washington A, A. Devln.
Idaho Wm. II. Wallace.
Arizona James 8, Turner.
Moatano N, P. Lank ford.
RB'OLtrnox or thiitks. j
Mr. King, of New York, offered a resolution
returning thanks to the President and officers
of tbe Convention for the able and satisfactory
manner In which they had performed the dntles
assigned them, wh reby tbo Convention had
been able to dispose of Its business with so
much dispatch and harmony. The resolution
The official proceedings of tho Convention
were ordered to be printed in pamphlet form,
and one copy aent to each of tbe members.
TIUHK9 TO TOB CITT GOVERNMENT Or BiLTI
HOKX. Resolutions of thanks to tbe Msyor and City
Council of Baltimore were adopud for thu ex
cellent arrangements tbey bad madu for the
accommodation and comfort of the Conven
On a motion of adjournment being made, the
President, in a few brief and eloquent remarks,
congratulated the Convention on tbe happy
conclusion of their labors, and returned thanks
fur the complimentary resolutions tbat had
Tbe Convention then adjourned tint tUe.
TIIK $300 COMMUTATION ItKCOM
MK.N'UKI) TU II IC ADOLI9I1KO.
Message from tbe President.
The following message as laid beforothe
House of Representatives ycterdsy, and re
ferred to the Committee on Military Affairs;
Washikoton, D. C, Junes, ISM.
To the Stnatt and Heutt pf lleprtttnlalivtii
1 have tbe honor to submit fo the eonalderaMnn
of tone,rea a leter and enoloiur- from the Secre
tary of War, with my concurrence In tbe recom
mendation therein made
Was DrrARTMEKT, J
Wasiiikutoh Citv, June S, 1851.
To tht rrttldent:
Bin I be leive to submit to you a report made
to me by the P ovoat Marshal General, show! eg
th reault of ihe draft now going on to fill tbe de
ficient? In the quotas of certain States, and lee
ou mmdlar a reeeali f the clause lathe enrolment
act commonly known as the three buodredd?Uu
The recommandatlou of the Prooit Mtrahal
General la ai proved by ihta department, atd I
trust tba It will be recommende I by )tu to Cnn
gnaa. The recent succeaiea that have attended
our arms lead to tha hope that h) maintain toe; our
military s'renftth and ilvlDf It auch Increaie as
thetx'ended HrIJ of operations ma require, an
ear y termlnailoa nf the war may io attalne .
But to aocomj llah Ihia, It Is absolute!) Decenary
that effleient rueaoa he taken, with vigor and
proruprncBa tokep the army up to ita strenith,
and supply deficiencies occasioned by loates sus
tained in the ilelL i o that end reiort must be
had to a draft ( but ample experience has now
shown tbat the pecuniary exemption from lerrlee
frustrates the object of the enrolment law by fur
nlsblDff money Instead of men.
An additloual reason for repealing tbe three
hundred dollar e,ause if, tbat It la contemplated
to make the draft for a comparatively abort term
Tha burden of military service w 11 therefore i e
lllbtened, but Its certainty of lurnlabiar, troops ts
an absolute eaaentlal to success
I hare the hdnnr to be your obedient servant,
LliWIN M STANTON,
Secretary of H ar
r Wan DtrAHTMiMT, j
rvuiuiT vininAi h(.ilali uri ili
WAimsoTon, D. , June 6, 164.
itun c. .i oiantim, ocirnory oj nan
Sir la accordance with the amended enrolment
act approved eebruary 11. ism and)ourorders on
the aulject, lam no w conduction; a ilrntt In various
auivuiBincie ior ineir rrapeciive uenoieaoira o j
qiiotaa of troopa heretr fire aialgned Tbe reaulta
ol tbls dralt, ao far aa ahnwn by reports t thta
date, ara worthy of attention. They are briefly aa
wuoiber or drafted men examined 11,711
Nu ml e exempted for phjaicnl deMiity,.! n
Number exempted for all other ciumi ,2 on
Total number exempt J..,, 7011
Number ptld commutation money B060
Number who have furnlihet iubatltuteitl,4l6
Number held iorpenon! aervlce l,l$9
(This latt lnolulea aome who may
yet pa) eommutatltn money )
Total notexempied 7,735
These retorts come trom sub-dlatrlou la el ht
OtrT rent States I Invite yuur attention to tiia
small propo lion of toioiere belcg tibtalne under
inet-xta lugiaw 1 aee no reiaouto oeileo that
tbe army cnbe inateiia ly strengthens! b draft
aolooEaathe three Lundred d liar clauea ! In
force, n r do 1 think it cafe tu anuoie that the
cummuiAtioupfttu vy a united mn will enable
the Government to urocure a volunteer nr utiati.
tutel hla place Id'i not think tn t argebounUis
bytheUuh d tatca sbnul l be agln ri-Borted t
IorralaiD tionpi I recommend that the three
imuuien t ouar ciauie, aa 11 m anown, be repealed
I am air, very rta, ecttuliy, you nii'r arvaut,
James D Fmi,
Frovost Maishal Uener-1
Oen. Dales, commanding a division of
KareU'seorpa, was killed oa Ihursday. opposite
ilanlett'a brigade, otn corps.
Dr. Ookdon Wimslow, an estimable citizen
ol New York, who has been an active worker in
the haoltarv I'jimnilHlnn ,lna i. n..i.....
, t. it - uigluli.uvUi
v 1 wTviuutm iruu a icauer iu tne roioiuac laat
lueaday, and waa drowued He wis accompauy
Inr home hla wouudet a on, Col. Winalow, of tho
6th New ork, when the sad accident occurred
Confirmation of Major ami llrlgadler
The Senate, In executive session, confirmed
tbe follow lug nominations!
Brig. Gen. Greenville W, Dodge, United
Btates volunteers, lo be major general. Brig.
Oen, John Gibson, United (State volunteers, to
be tnsjor general,
Ibe following were confirmed as brigadier
generals Crl. John It, Brooke, Md Pennsyl
vania, for distinguished services in thu Uld
Wilderness and at Bnotisylvanlaj Col. Nelson
A. Miles, Cist New York volunteers, from May
13, lbGt, for distinguished services in tbo Uld
Wilderness and at ttpousylvaniai Col. Joseph
Hayes, 18th Massachusetts, May l'J I8OI1 Col.
Byron It. Plerco. 3d Mlcliliran. and Li-nt. n..i.
James Bailey, 4th Wisconsin cavalry, to bo
brigadier generals by brevet for meritorious
services in enabling tbe Mississippi Sotllla to
gt over tho lower falls of the Red River.
A Stkaw. Straws show which way the wind
Is setting A correspondent sends nn a straw
which shows how tho wind blows with tho
army. He saysi
Tho following Is tbe preference of a western
regiment, at Hunts Wile. Alabama, as expressed
by a vole, a few days slncei
Llncolu. 330, McCIellan Hi Grant 7t Butler,
5, Fremont, 3, Banks, 1. Cleveland Leader.
Up to tbe 1st of June, oar naval captures are
over twelve hundred voasels of nil classes, of
an aggregate value of 117,000,000.
07" Bee third page for Interesting telegraphic
FOUR O'CLOCK. P. AI.
Th. Freddent wm TLHed to-d.j by Burner
qm jwtl of ildcgaU. from Ui. N.tlonil
Union Convention, M will be teen by oar ,
port, eliewbere. Th. .m. generos. spirit
w.s n.nirutcd bj .11 1 tt would be isperHnom
to pirtlenUrlte. Unalloyed grttlllc.tlon wit
mttilfetted t being permitted to abeke hi,
hand and ezprcis the warm feelings which
cemed to anlmato each heart at the result of
For erery one Mr. Lincoln teemed to hare
tn abundant fond of humor to draw upon) hla
Jokea flew fait and fariona wit and repartee,
llr-lr tallica and good honor generally, were
tbe order of tbe hour. Yet It mutt not be aur
poaed that he waa unmindful of tho at re
aponilbllltlee be la about to aatume, for he re
marked to one delegation, " Gentlemen, ulde
from the pleainre of thlt meeting, tbe poeltlon
It not one to be enrled or dcelred."
President Lincoln Offi
cially Notified of Hiff
GOV. DENISON'S ADDRESS.
THE PRESIDENT'S REPLY.
At hslf past two o'clock tbls afternoon tbe
committee (names elsewhere) appointed by
too uaitimore Convention to notify President
Lincoln of bit renomlnatlon by that body,
waited upon him for tbo purpose of perform
ing that duty.
Tbo reception took place In the East I'.oom,
which waa thrown open for tbo occaalon.
The committee were all present eicept tbe
lion. w. II. Bollock of Masssehuietts.andMr,
Dusbnill. of Connecticut. The former waa
represented by Hon. Charles 1$. Train, and tho
latter by Dr. II. A. Grant.
After each member waa Introduced, Got.
Denlton, of Ohio, chairman of tbe committee.
addressed tbe President aa follows
U0 OEIfllON'S ADBBCSS.
Gov. Dtr.lioa.of Ohio, Chairman of the Nsttoual
Union Courentton at Baltimore, addressed Mr.
Lincoln as lollowit
M. Pkliiuiht: The National Un'on Cornea,
tlou, which closed Us labors in the city of Balti
more yesterday, appointed a committee, consist
log of one deltgite from each atate, with myself
as Its cha!rmnn,to Inform lou of yournnanlmous
nomination by that Convention for re-election to
the office o frrildentof th. United Slates. Thst
committee, I have tb. honor of now Informing
you. Is present. la lis behalf I .... .i.n t,.
honor of presenting you with a copy of tbe res j.
uiii.c.ur piauorm auoileil by that ConrenUon
s expressive of Its noic, nj of th. eenie nf th.
loyal peopl. of the country which we represeat, ol
tho pilocl,lti a d ttc policy that should eharao
trrlze tho administration of tha Cornm.i i-
the present condition of ths country.
C I need not say to you sir that the Convention, In
thus untnlmous'y reoomlnatlog you fi t re-elce-tlco,
but give utterance to the almos'i ualveraal
voice of the loyal Ironic of tha eoUotry, and to
doubt of your triumphant election ...i.i V. n.ii.
short of abanionlng th. hops of f4. fla.l supprss.
.t . . . . " rstoratlon of tbe
""""'"i"1 "' cucraiuover oment over the u
surgcut state. Neither the TavenUon nor those
. .V I V .. . "'ned any doubt ai
Io the Hnnl result under yo-jr .mini.,,..- .....
tlned by that loyal people, and by our nobl.
armies sad gsllsnt na r, nelih.r.n.l it. r..
tlon, nor do this comrjmM doubt th. speedy sup-
nr.K.l.in nt , hi- ... ...... . . r i tr-
..... ""'iwicieu ana uaprevoked re.
ishouiiladd Mr rre.Uent, what had escaped
mt.lbatltwlll th.plea.ar. of the Commute,
tocommuulcalotoyouln the course or a few days
throogh one of Ita most accomplished members,
Mr. Ceorge w Curtis, of Now York, by letter,
moio at length the olrcumstau.jea under which you
hai a t ecu place In nomination.
nan v o rgiMDisT LlMuLa.
fa-affenn.Mf LommUlu, I will neither conceal
ruy gratlnc.Uon, nor restrain thaeapresslonofmy
gratltuJe, tjt Ihc Union pple, through tbelr
eameuilon,lnthilrcootlnue.l .irort to sate, and
aJvanco the uaUou, have deoaied me not unworthy
to remain in my present poaltloa.
I know nu reason to doubt tb at I shall accept the
nomination tendered! and j el perhepe I should not
declare definitely, befor. reading and eonsldsrlnr
what Isoallel the Iletform.
I win say dow, howsver, I spprov. the declare.
...... iu ,., or ui .u amenuingth. Constitution aa
to prohibit slat ery throughout tha nation. Whan
tho people In revolt, with a hundred days of explicit
no lee that they coub', wltbln those dsyi, r.iume
their alleglanre, without the overthrow of their
Institution, and that they could not so rcsnmo It
alterward., elected to stsnd out, such amendment
of the Constitution as now pnpototl.bscame a
littl g and necessary conoluilon to the Final .uc
cenol ths Ualon.oause.
Such alone can met and cover all cavils Now
the unconditional Union men, North and foulh
perceive Its lmi.o taoce, aud embrace it. In the
Joint name, of Liberty aud Union, let us labor ta
give It legal form and praetloil effect.
VISIT OP TIIK HBUUEIIS OP TIIK
N.VTHIXAI, UNION LHAUUE TO TIIK
The member, of the National Union r.Mn
adjourned yesterday from Baltimore to thi.
city, called upon tbe President thla afternoon
nna naa an Interview la the great East Room.
They were cordially received. Tho chairman
of tho delegation epoko to the President as
Anj.BEIS 01 THE CltAlkUAH.
Nr President, I have the honor of Introducing
to you rcpiesentstlves from the Union Leagues of
thelotal state, to congratulate you upon joer
re-nomlnatl.n, and to assure you that w. n ill not
fall at the polla to glv. you the aupport that your
sen Ices tn the psst so highly deserve. W. fiel
honoie I In dolor this, for we ar. assured that tea
are aid ng In re-elevatlng to tba proud poeltlon of
ir.iurntui me uuneu ante, one so highly wortny
of it, one amocif not the least of who., clatra. i.
that he waa the emanolpator of four millions of
The President repllod na follows!
THE raEIIDENT'S BEH,Y.
Uiktlimlv, I can only say In reaponis to tb.
remarks ol your chairman, I suppose, that I am
very grateful for the icnewsd ciondence whith
has beenacco dedto me, both by the lonventlon
and b) the Natlooal Lcar.ua I am not Insensible
at all to t.'.e prrsonal compliment there Is In this,
yet I do not alluw myself to believe that any but a
smsll portion oflt It to to appropriated aa a per
, Tha conveutlou aud the nitlon, I am assured
arr, allLs, an niatril by a higher view of the In
tercels of the coudtr) loi the present and the great
I future, and that the part I m entitled to appro
priate as a cot llmeut, la only that part which I
I may lay hold cf as belog tho opinion ol tha Con-
ventioo, and of the League, tbat I atn not entirely
I unworthy to be entrusted with the place I hit.
osruplcd for tha last three years
I 1 have not permitted mtielf, gentlemeo, touor,.
elude that I am tba best man In the country, bu' I
jam reulc-ded In this connection of a story of nn
oM Dutch firmer, who remarked to a companion
once thst It was not belt to swap liorsea when
The prolonged laughter which followed thla
characteristic remark should hav. beer, bf ard. It
was tumultuous f
CoxoaisaiOiui We are obliged to omit
our Congressional report to-day.
TUB ILL1ROII DELEOATIOn CALI.
VPOtl TUB riUUIDEKT.
Th, IUInoli delegation to thellaltlmoreCon-
ttallon called upon Fiyaldent Lincoln tbla af
ternoon, and were moat cordially recalled.
Mr. Cook, chairman of tbe Illlnolt delega
tion tald, good hnmoredlr, " Mr. Lincoln, I
tbltklkarea right to complain tomewbatof
the treatment we received at Baltimore recent-ly-W,
went with candidate that we wanted
to claim exclnilrclr, but tbey wouldn't let ui
hare tbo honor. All the other Butca telted
nd claimed him at being aa much thilre at
oars, and the only privilege they would allow
ua wai one which, I mutt admit, we ahall prize
highly and respond to folly, namely, to vote
for him at tbe polls, which we ahall certainly do.
The President responded to thla delegation
In a conversational and toclal way, making
what might be called a "borne talk" to old
friends. Many Joket "were cracked aud good
thlnga aald which we have not time to write at
thla late hour of tbe'afternoon.
Th. Onto Delearsttonu
The Ohio delegation to th Baltimore Con
vention called upon tbe President this after-
noon and paid tbelr respects.
HK1VS FllOlt DIXIE.
aCatrftcta from Lata tlebel Paper..
Tbo Richmond ttanlntr of Tuesday, June
Tib, has been received tt tho Navy Department.
It contains tomo ltemt of Interest. It ttyt t
"Ltst night tho enemy abandoned our left
and part of our centra, apparently In great
haste. Qon. Early followed then ten miles,
capturing tlxty prltonen, who tty that Grant
baa gone to the White House, because hla men
will not right. The Impression her. Is that
Grant la maklcg bit way for tho James river
to crott over to the tooth tide."
A bill had pasted the rebel Congress tu In
crease tbe pay of noncommissioned oOlecrt
and privates seven dollars per month, for one
They hare alto passed n bill to exempt Qua.
ken from fighting.
Mtjor Gen. O. W. Smith hit been elected to
the command of tbe But. forces of Georgia
The Examiner, in financial article, aaya t
" For tbe first time tbe Confederate Treasury
bat no money. It It la a tttte of coustlpatlon.
All tbe talarles are unpaid except Mr. Mem.
mlngcr, the Secretary."
Tho following It lilt of prisoners taken Vy
tbe rebela on board the United States steamer
Shawabeen, In tbe James river, tome woks
The captain, Charles Rlngot, was wounded
while In tbo water, and drowned. The pilot,
Jeremiah Evans, was wounded and taken to
Cbas. Dickey, Sd assistant engineer; II. C.
Marrow, 5J assistant cnglneeri Wm. Rushtnan,
mastor'a mate; Wm. Comack, matter's matei
E. D. Bwirt, paymaster's ileward; W. C. Far.
'.ty, officers' steward) Tboa. Colbert, eeaman;
Edward Fltipatrlck, landsman) Patrick Fltz
gerald, landsman) D. Murtlard, landsman)
George Granger, landsman) John Jackson, sen
man; Wm. llatchard, t-amm; John Walsh, C.
II., Edward O'Donnell, second firemen, Chaa.
Woods, teaman) Maurice Kennedy, teaman)
Richard Brown, teaman; James C. Prlchan,
teaman; George Wblttebonso, quartermaster)
Jamea P. Crowell, quartermaster) L. Lsrklo,
ship's cook) Wm. Boacher, gunner's mate;
John Harrington and Michael Murphy were
killed ou board.
Coixitiot ot tub P tomso. Tbe eteatL'er
Iotas, which left here yeitsriler with tha H3u
Ohio, deitlned for tha White Houie, to Join Gen.
Grant, was run Into by a ichooaer when nrar
Blackitone's Islsnd She had ber bow broken
tery badly, which rendered ber untt logo into the
bay, and she returned to Washlng'oa this aflsr
noon lTroirl Wlllt. House Iiii1Iik,
Tho Keyport, Capt. E. A. Rytber, arrived at
Sixth street wharf this morning with mall and
passengers from the White Ilouee. Sho brings
Tbe John Brooks arrived yesterday evening,
having on board ten hundred and ilMj fmir
The .teamen Highland Light aud Otuui
Wave loft thla morning with hospital eappllrx,
mail, and passengers for the White llousu
WotmosD OrriciBS. The following-wound
ed officers reported at headquarters ycet.vday
and thla morning!
Att'tSurg. F. I. Owcr.1, lit Dcl. Lieut. C.
I. Johnson, 118th N. Y. Capt. John O. Gregg,
163th l'a.) Lieut. W. E. Morton, litis Conn.
Lieut. John L. Taylor, 8th Maine) Lieut. Alex
Delon, 139th N. Y.) Capt. W. Lano, 8lh Me.)
Lieut. 8. W. Pray, 11th Conn.) Capt. E. A.
Curtis, 112th X. Y. Lieut. R. A. Corbett, 113th
N. Y. Capt. J. W. Wilkinson, 43d N. Y.
Lieut. J. F. Kingsbury, A. A. 0., 2d brigade,
Slh corps; Mcnzo Swart, 16th Mich Lieut.
Col. H. It. Millet, Sd Maine; Capt. Uugh Don
nelly, 37th Mais. Ass't Surg. M. J. Hyell, 3d
Vt.) Lieut. William Miller, 1st N. J.) Lieut.
John N. Nullfieh, 1st N. J. Lieut. Eyre Key.
ter, 183d Pa. Capt. John C. Brown, SOtb Jnd.
Lieut. John II. Conlter, Cist Pa.
flaw York Stock Uil.
Br th ropl'i Tciecrttph Unci,
Oftlcei 411 Ulnth ilrHt ad ejorosr reuQ.f lvitaU
avenue and Sixth itret.
TllUMOAT, JOHC 9tlMT BOAHO.
C. 8. 1881 LoUDOn 'a .
U. a. 6-30's
i-ertiaoatc of Indebtedness..,,,,,,,,,
New Vork Control
Hudson River.. ....,,
Michigan Central ..,
Illinois central ,
CUveland and Pittsburg.,,,,,.,,
G-tlejnaand Chicago. .,,
Cleveland and Toledo ,,
Chicago and Hock Island
Mllwaukieaod .Prairie da Cblen
Pl'tsburg, Fort Wayne, and Chicago.,
Altun and Terr Haute f
IcrrlUle Stismboat Dlaaatar.
rniUDBU-nii, Juno 9. Tho New TorL
steamer Derkablro, en ronio to Hudson last
tiTLnlnr. was burnod. She lM a total loss. And
It la reported Jhat forty Utm were lost by tlio
Naw X ohk, Jono 9 nootu Floor U 150 JO
cts. better, whnat -J cts. beltert comdulli pro-
vlslops flrroi whiskey Hrra at 1031 els.;
vaf T. m Tfaawaa'vaT astlt sef ts V afltir.
itUT fJIki's AS itliUKISUI. IWSVIH-; a...,.-
noon, about tf o'olovk, a line crowd was ass m-
bl ea anno oorner oi ruurui airrct uu rruutin.-
.1. sivaanita fiirintiltv In bnnw Iha m Attar lialU'
rally swelled the throLg, when It was ascertained
that some small newsboys had been er) log out, tor
the nuru'iseol iclllcir tl..lrip'-r1 " Procl uuil u
nf II .. llirLcniitn I1au HlflknUQ kllld 'It '
tle,' "Ha leaves a will," etc This gicatly to.
censed Mr. HUkn.au. who waa walking down tbe
avenue at the time, and he thought that the boys
were trjlug lo tirolsh his reputiUpn He . ar.
rated the lasts to Roundsman Kelly, f the eveuth
precinct, and desl ed the arrest of the boys. Not
being aid to And the bore, the patrolman could
not gratify Mr. Hickman's desire .... ,
Mr H. staUd to the crowd that ha baJ not Issued
a proclamation, and would not till he was ready,
H. arid tbat he had ntvar edited a Daeer.bn..
could do m It t. wLhm. lit waa told tn.l ih.
etovi. parnftl". ra.n utn. li.eemaD, wno wa.
eaptar.4 reeentlr br th. rebels, and that th.r did
not know wh. I was, .Is. th.y would not ery out
that he was allied whs. h. was Mtuallr wslklnc
on the avenuei but h' sild thlt urn boy of flr.
y.trsot ac. knew Baau jlUkm. by cam. a.d
rsputattoa, and could net eon! innd blm with 0.0.
Hftknin, unless they wer. ceDfoundedl sod, fur
thermore, that their stylo, out, "Ma. Htskmia
killoj," whe. be was rsallr allra and walking la
tbelr midst, was th. rasson wny he wlihed them
to . arrestlj for If h. w.r. desd he would not
psy any attention to their proslamatloi, whetber
of lies or truths. This mad. th. erowd lanajh,
when th. patrolman dispersed thsm. Mr Illek
man departl In peace, but atlll In sugar.
Fougb HfjronTa. 'Steond yVcebief Joahna
wiTDOiHiiui, ana ua.icrj wiuiidi.oiio llltss-
surlty for court. Jno. Humphrey, throwles; stooett
. Philip .Ul.dliordtr.yonilutj mill-
iAfrtf rrteinctThOt. H. TI, dltArdnTTI OftM
! 44. Mftd ion Jr.n,(1o.i Cna & "T A.
HobtnMD. do lllaad tllJit. Law Jlnmtrann. An i
do. eUvli ( bUlf 'S Wm. Im .11 wood, CcMtof la
tb ttrtt. flnr1 4175.
Fourth PrtciiuX Pruk Ftm.
i aitorarriri unfa
Tboi. MUlcr. ti
S. Marr BlffrtM, drank; do.
.tracer i dn,
Etlift (hoif. aii.ult and battarrt
raia DTtr to kaco ! nri
OTt r io arp ia prg.
Fifth Prrrinrt Chaa wait and John Thorn ai,
dlaordcrlr eon4uott 1 caen.
Marr Jonet. attaa
real rKinci .
Sam. B, HarMrt.
ariMninsMn ttrMti At.
StttKPrninct Vfin.M. TaTlor, ere all off a nat
lanee; fi. John Bcanett una wm. Lawioa, a
aalt and balteryi leeurltv to kep tb praea.
Seventh Preeinci - John Honej, threata or Tlo
ItnoeibaUto keep the peaoe. Abraham W. Mnl
Ian, John M. Leeh, and Noah theef, aaiault and
battery ball to keep the peace. Pavld Sard'r, do t
ball for court. Peonla Paltey, drunk flnd $IM,
Arthur John on. tbreati f Tloleocej Jail, la de
fault of ball to keep the petce.
Atnth Prreinet Samuel WUikl,kep1n.r.bawdr
bouiet committed to jail la default or ball.
iew ritetna warr uaiij, aiaoraerir eonauet)
IS. John Bean, ait ault and battf ryi J ill for court.
Hannah CaTanaucb.crofanitri 12. wm. Conner.
Indecent cipoaurci $t. Jan Qarrtt, dlaorderlri
1st Fieblb Com d IT i on. On Tueeday night
Roundsman EeklolT earn aeroia a anlorad womu
named Rote Joheaon ljlrf on Indian areoue,
very tick. H took her to the It ation-houae, wben
ine aiaien inai bdoui rear ajro ana waa connot
ed In the Criminal Court of tha DUtriat an the
charireof ateallnat art of jewelrr from t ladf
named Qark, and was aent to the Albany Peoitea-
tiary for one year. Her time expired on Monday
las when abe came to th city to se her brother,
who Urea here, but ah lould not tell wber. Her
huaaand la In tb artnT Tb Roundimon hod her
cost eyed to th aJmthoaie.
Accmnrr. Tnterder moral dbt. aboat 10
o'clock, a CoTernment faakar named William Wolf
jumpct off th front cl at form of on of th atrect
Civri. od mi ATrnat . ofiwrta jiuceaia nn bis..
TecDin sireaii, ioa waa roa orrr dt d rarwim.
He waa acTerety Injured aad wa taken to the
hoiplUI on th corner of K mni 8lxtenta atrect
by Officer SuUIru, of th nf th precinct.
Fat Yoce Ton. Yeaterday a colored man,
named Tboa. Bowie, who waa driving t th city
by th leventh ctreet road, waa aaeaulted by th
toll-fat keeper, A. Duvant, with thabutt end of a
gun. It aecm that thedrlver wrntout Fourtraoth
atreet where there t no toll-fate andcomlof back
by the Ferentb atreet war, net tut ed to pay the
toll, when he waa aisaulted. The totl-t;at Keep
er was arrested by a county o CD err, and tAken be
ftM Jastlc Thompson, who required blm to fire
1400 security for court.
DfTOHC Orintid. On yesterday. In the
Supreme Court, slttlnc In equity, Judce OMn
Kraoted A decree dlisolvlDi; th marrlace between
Martb K. French, complainant, and Othn'el
Frrn'h.the defendant, who waa aiijudtred fullty
of adultery, aa proved by sereral witnesses. 1 be
coTplalnant la allowed to resume her maiden
name, and araln to mariTi tut tbe defendant Is
not allowed to marry until. MarUa ladad. Tha
Eartlea contracted amarrlnte with each other In
i ember, 1B4I. The huabnd commttled adultery
with a woman called "lurler," In a restaurant
krpt by Frank .venter, and situated on C strict,
between Sixth and Seventh.
CinviLnt NriDiD. A German named Ebbet
Knvrier. whole the snoeilntendent of the National
..... I ... ' .-j . J- l n
nciei DfKe'y,waa arrcairu; yciieruny uj uweer
Fend e. of tbe Fourth ward, for ataaulMnr on of
the hotel servants, named Marl Clary. Th
servant ftrl used rery abusive lauuas;ft toward
him, which excited Ms Ire and resulted In her be! or;
eheked. He waa takrn before Justloe Bates, who
took ball for bis appearance at court
Tiolated tbbir OiTH. Franklin Dodton,
and Andrew Jenkins, rebel prisoners wbo bad ta
k'n the oath ot anciance, ana sent to rnuaoei-
phi not to return town oi inn cut, we caugnt
in Washington this morn lop and oommltted to the
KtniEBOUs GntRGss A man named Lewis
CUnshry was arrested In the county tbls morning
nn tins cherce of still r llatiur to soldiers. Of sell-
tng It without license, and of keeplugm en on
Sunday He was Hard 2Q by Justice Thompson
on tie first charge An Investigation of the oth
cis w postponed 1111 n xt Tuesday,
On the 9th lnt,bythe Rer. John C Smith, D.
r. M Win. 8 SftEPtlCAD to Miss LAUU A.
tHEDO, both ol this city.
On the 6th lnrUnt, by the Rer. J. H. M Lemon.
Charles Sixnv and Mlis t.MMA RotrcniKO, all of
sa ECIAL NOTICES.
n-. 11..I irttlnn M.ThIdlefttloaaerirlt e
of HnUmI ciianelM.K-Church, corner of Tenth
and U streets, laiana, win iaae piao ounuAi,
then It Instant Three services tt o'clock a. m ,
1 y tils. Rev. Mr. Bowman, D. D , Chaplain to the
su oi tbe United Mates) S o'clock p, m. will be
trovMed fori 8 o'clock p mH by the Rer. John
unaliio, u, v, ine puouo are ioyihu w nrou
the opening serrlccs of this handsome church edl-
HceJ . J-t
Sri'litCouftiiloni aud Kaperivuce uf
ai Invalid Published for the beneilt, and as a
warolne; and a cautioh to touho win wbo sutler
from Nervous Debility. Prematura Decay of Mao
hood, etc., supplying at the same time Tne mean.
a.r,rrr rtrnr. Bv nna who haa cured himself f
tT 1loc put to great expense and Injury U rour
m( TiB, uuiuuug uuisusivse.vst
' V. ineloiln m. noat-nald addressed nvctn-e
imln sopLea nay bo had of th author.
single v liATHNiei. MAViAin. Fn
tuyse- T Bedford. Kings County. N .
rVKeattval anil Fair at laland Hall
ThtT ladle Of tbe serentn street jTtiPyicnn
chSrch will L'old their Festival at the above Hall.
wmmJncUg VOWDAV, MAY 10. Th best Band
of Musioln thl ' X has been engaged for the oo
Jailon The Pia knrtl fimfshed by Mr.
John r Kills Ad -ttUilea 1 cents. Season tlck
SKri "trwn, :. rimuy tickets, .ejsoo.
i.turi. iiirKet tn new YORK. tuv'TON, and all
Importaut points. Washington Ofllces ' R?
and corner Pennsylvania avenue and sixth str.
UQuer National Hotel.
CHARLES B. NOYES,
CeTtltVtr Manager Washington District.
Cy Disease of the NerTou. Hemlual,
Urloarr and Sexual 8f stems new and reliable
treatment in Reports of the HOWARD ASSUCIA
T1UN aent lf mall In sealed letter enreloties,
free of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUUH,
TON, Howard Association, No. S &outh Mnth
street, Philadelphia, ro. maa-iy
Kj-B, T.r IttU-!.. UrsvAsa'a lau tat lorn
They purify, strengthen aa.l luvlgorate.
Thev create a hoalthr aDDStlts.
They are an antidote to chance of water and diet
They overcome effects of dissipation and late
Tbey strenjthen th system and enliven th'
Tney prevent miasmaug auu iniermiuens reve .
They purify the breath and acidity of the uw
They cur Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They oure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Moibus
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Head
ash. They are th beet Bitten lath world. They make
the weak man strong, and ar exhausted nature's
great restorer. They ar composed of the cele
brat d Cellseya Bark, Coaoarllla Bark, Dandelion.
Chitmomlle Flowers, Lavender Flowers. Winter
green. Anise, Clover-buds, Orange Peel. Snake
root, Caraway. Coriander, Burdock, 8 T. 180
The following Is a sample of tho testimony dally
Soldi Kne' HtMESvrcBiHTEKUPNT'sOiriCK, 1
ClHCIHN ATI, O., Jan. 16, 18U. ,
I have given our Plantation Bitters to hundre s
of our uoUe s lUllc-s who stop here, awe r n.
disabled from raiious causes, and theeOect Is moil
marvelous ard gratli jln.
such a prcptrtttoa as wis Is I heartily wish m
every fatal! , in every Imsitltai, and at hand on
every battle-ntild (i v c tiREwe
Jvl-ly n nottndi
r FFI o I a l .
War Depautment, J
ADJUrAMTtiENEAAL'S OirtCE, J
Waiiumotom, March 17, IB-U. )
All applications for 'leaves of absence or per
mission to visit Washington must be addressed to
Major Gentrsl Halleck, Chief of Stair, and must
specify the business for which tbe officer desires
the permission. Telegrams addressed direct to th
Kecretary ef War on tbls subject will receive no
By order of the Secretary of War.
m31-tf Assistant Adjutant General.