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1 HKi.jnnor.tvft iierjanoHvti iiKr.TBM,s iiKT.jnaoi.n'8 HKItJtnOLirs UKLMItOLirs HUttJUUOl OH MlEIJIIJOLDS 1iKi.j11tor.1rs uKinBOL.n'8 HKLjnHOI.ItS llEt.MltOLOH Kxtraet Bnehu, Extract Bochi, Kxtraet Buchu, Extract Bttchn, Kxtraet Butbu, kxtraet Buchu, hxlract Buchu, Ixtract Buchu, Kxtraet Bucbu, Extract Buchu, fcxtract Bttchn. Kjrtract Buchn, tVR SKCHKTAND DKUCATK IHWRDKRS. tVR SKCKIT AND DKI.WA1K IHUMDUH. KIR SKCKRTANO DKUCATK DISORUKKX. KIR KKCKfTAKD DKUCATK 1)I0RDKRS. KM KKl'HKl AND DIUCAIK DlfOROMS. HIK .SfVUKT AKll DKUCATK MSORDKRA MR A'SCKAT-iAO DKUCATK PUIVR.Kft A Punitive and Hpeclllo Remedy A Punitive nnd Rpccino Remedy A Pusllive and Hpeolflo Remody A Positive and Hpeolflo Remedy A Poslllvo nnd Bpectno Remedy A Positive and Bpaollto Remedy A l'oalllve and Specific Remedy ton iHsmxa or tub Ul.AliriKH, (1HAVKL, KIHNK.Y8, DKOrSY, HI.ADllKIt, (IIIAVKI,, KIDNKYS, DKOl'BV, JH,.l'l.r,it, uhAtniJi niinsr.io, irnuiaii IlLADDr'U. UIIAVKL. KIDNKVH. 1)11(1 TS I III.AIIklt (IHAVKL, KlltNKYB, UKIIl'itY, IHiAlinr.K, (IKAVH. KiDNKYrl IIHOPBY, ULAUDKK UKAVKU. KIUNKY8. Dtt'irsr VtuAniu wttruvrstKKs, OIIOANIO WEAKNESS, til IUANIO WEAKNESS, llttGANIU WEAKNESS, ornanio weakness, organic; weakness, AniM Dimutt tf Urn Awud Ory.w, Ant ill TXnuea y OK aa Urpuu, And All PUrttel of Ike Nerval Organi, Ant mli Purant 0 0 lezmt Oryanf, And tit UMaara if Uh Srxaat Orpnu, Awdall Dueaia lit the Hrtual Orpoar, AaiBINU HUM Fieeasea, RiHiriure,kiid Imprudenoies tn Life, Ks.ce ane, Kxprmure,Hnd Imprudaneles In Life, i;sxe.w, KxpoKures, and Iraprudonole In Life, tixeeaaas, tixpiuro.,and Iraprudenoleu In Lire, Excenaea, Kinmuroa,and Iroprudonclaa In Life, Exresacs, KiM,ffuree,and lniprudenoie. In Life, rrom whetciero never Mute orlilaauiur, and wnclker exi fins la M.la ar IPaaamla. Vrmalrf,takenomorarilUi Tbeyareolnoarall lor I'jraj'Uinifl laciarni vt Mie kx. uet ICalrlit OMeliai. tlrlmbold'a Kalract lluobtt it a Hcdleine which ll 1 cruelly pleanani la tu " riff. IVhflhflD Itul Imitieiluu in lu action, giving Health and Vigor lome arania, mwm to in t aim iiivea, ana re rttlng tbe palient ti a perfect tete of HK.AI.1ll AND l'lIlllTV. llrlm)Hlda Kxlrict llucha la preparid aooordlitg lu t'liaruxc aad cbemir.ry, and la prvicrlbed and uiel bv TIM MM rVlXKNI MrsKIANK Dday no loncer. 1'rocarc the remedy at once. Price tl per bolllc, or ala tor ai. I'ej'ol, lot Noaib Teniii Ntraal, Pblladalpbu, HetSnri itf Unirlnclilat lieatera 1 1 1 mik lo a m off tnelr own or oiher artlctta of liUI'IIUnn Ihe reputation at'alned by llaCI.HHKI.b'S BXTHAUT dUCII.1 I Ik Orlxlnal and only Genuine. c delre In ran on Ilia MEKtrur UVR ARtlCLKI 1 hi t r U worthlvia'la aold at much leea ratea and cnmailiricun, consequently paying a much better tronl WK DEKY COMPETITION! A(i tor lluliiiuolir Kxtraet llucliu. 7'tikc nu uici. (old by 7 D. OILMAN KIIWKM.LAWajCaCK, B. B. WAITS, a. u. roRD, JOHN WILEY. H. B KNTWISTLX. J. R. MAJOR. Aad by all Druggltti eitrfwbere. riniR vntom wilk. itard, I NO MAT rKta, WHO '8 fRKSIDKHT CooM'iatnfly, 1 Khali remala la WMhiintan, ! MOUSE. SIGN. AND ORNAMENTAL rFAUVTZNO-fVI OILUINU In Ml It hruohci. Old QLAZ1MU Lirumi'tly sUended to ftlnUair and OrnuDentloi L'oltaf.c Knrnitttre, la tb bent ntyl. I ltto oall u Unlion lo the r-Jntin of Koofi od Hriok W&llt. All i be tabor! 1 will do u cheap m tlM cbeacit I iiirr)re wltolt thi iwtrvnaxe uf ray lrleoda -tl'jf tiUlsctM of the Uitlrlot. Canctaality nUidtly tjf rved. aod wot k dont la Uw bit Biaaacr. T) will t)lcam atlad yoar itopa, aad rtoi. at M. T. FARKK&'B PaloUnx jfittablbhaKflt, Ho. 3 Ioarttlaaa aveaaa (aorth aid), bctwtao BUth aad BtiUi amtta r nUlUaatata.ino(oliar(ttaBfluL KOTM fM INVKNTUlia AND fATKHTKIU. L MUNN A; CO., VTOftwtVon ol tha ttolcnUOej Aiffr.aan.aad af;tBtn for prooarlsf dtaurloaa aid Wtlh ,Sijri Ymri Jtopmeneii i th$ Jhune$$. Rviiri'i iioo. Judxe MMOa.fioa. Joseph Holt lll'll ir lHUWJa V-VUVUWaiitiMivri VI JiaaUIMl, .ad lo more than Oftecn thounand laTaaton who na.ti na utmuet aot loroagn mbjui uo.'i rat cat Agtiioy. rauiphlct of advloe teat fret by aulL r-'rnt h-wi aad KejalaUeni, M pactfl, M mbU inatl. No eharaa for oonialtatloa . orall v or b v mull. I'rtlicUoary KaaminaUoa la United Hut FaUai JIUCWJ, t. WlU.e,ilw. eel rMftlaUW,UIW IV, aU4lDJtOU corp.r of V aad BtTU itrtU,opioiUt tht ratca' UBPli LKONAUO SCOTT A CO.' KKPRirrr or the BRITISH REVIEWS BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE 1 ionnrd Scott H Co Ntw York, oontlnae to pub liili l ho follow! njj leadlnjr Urltinh reriodlcaU, fU t l 1 ti lAintloo Quarterly. (CoiwervaUve ) ii int! rnuuvurjtu ncritw, ( ! hid; j 1 ha North Jlrltlih Review, (Krve Church ) rho WotmLuiitcr Htiview, (Uteral ltliii,kwoori Kdlnburxh Majiazine. i Ulatkwotxt'i Kdlnburxh MMeUloe, (Tory.) iiu twiiniuiiicr uvvicw. iijiuvrai i lhM l'eiiodlcala ably represent the thrva great tKilnltuI purlUsuI Urcat llriuln Whljr, Tory, and K.ulkiil but noUtlCri torm onl v oua fb.tare of their chiravttr. AnOrgaoiof the mottt profound writeri on fCKucc, uiwraiure, Jiuraiur, mou nvitjion( uey hi&ntl. an thevever have itood. unrivalled In the u frlil ol lrtltrs. bclnff considered Indlnpenrabla lo tlipecliolar and the profewtlonal man. while to the In tcllUrnt reader of every claati they furnUh a more korrvct and eatlnfaotory record of the current litera ture o! Die day, throughout the world, thanoaa bt pvi'SaUiy oouuiifi. irum any outer luurv. NKW VOLUMES OK TIIK niL'H ENlrLIMl REVIEWS AND BLACKWOOD commence jcir,im. EAULY COriKS. Hie rccelnt of ADVANOK SIIKKTB from the BiillHh publlrthera glvea additional value to these HrtrlnU. Inimmuch mi thev ean now be nlaoed in the t.niiU ol mbfjcrttKTK about u oon ai the original (HllliVlUJ- TKU1IS. frcrany one of ihofour Review, per annum 18 iir any twooi me lour Jteviewa. " .,, Kor nny Ihno ot the lour Revlewa," ... l-ur all four of the Review!, ... Vot Iflackwood'a Magailne, ' " ... I'or lUackwiKMl and one Review, " ... Kur lilntk wood and two Uevlowi, ' " ,,, hor Hlat-kwotxl and three Revlewa," ' ... Kor ft lack wood and the four Revlewa. ' 1'AypM.nU to be made In all easee In advance. .noncy current m mo oiavo wuerv itwueu wui oe re clvcd-atpar. ,,, AdlAcountof twenty Ave percent, from the above jrKe will bo allowitl to Club ordering four or more ., kaol nuy one or mure of Uio above worka. Ihu4i tourcupicof lU.ickwood.orof oou Re view, will be f-cut to one R'MriM for $9; four coplci of the four ucviews ana macKwooq lor kai i aua no on. ionrAUK. In nil the Klncipnl clthi and towni. tlicac worka ,ll bt: delivered' FUl.K OK 1'OHI'AUK. Whin iK'nt by mttil the rostigo to any pirt of the United Nptii will bebutrwni)yot4t'ornua year for "RUck uootl," and but fcurteen emit a yearorcacbof the lie views N ll 1 Tic price In Great lSrltaln of the Ave Period- ifiln nhiivM immwi t Ut mF annum i.en.itinnccB for tnyofNhe above publication! nun alivayi if autirflN.i'u, fumi paiu, io ine jtu lUI.rD, nov ao No. 61 (lol.lat J New York. -tiii:mni:st STOCK OICLOTIIINO IN tic United Mates la now oAVed at 'ess than whole sale price at No. 400 Seventh street, opposite Poet Ollkc.by J. W. KEKP, Formerly oyer Gait's JewJy Store. au90-d3m A. Il M Yi 'i 1 1 ,) ') BXPUKSSCOMPANY. ALL RAIL 'FROM NEW YORK. Vortyono Boura, Thl Compear la prepared 10 femcl all khidt cl looditaaadtiom HKW YORK OBlM 81 Ilroadway, BOSTON OfleeT OougitM ittctt and t Congret Uqmare, rniLADKLriiu ora j ciw'Jtumi, UAu'rlMOBK omc eumitu suiiod ALWANDRIA , Offloe J05 Klifitnet, ANNAl'OUS, rORTRKSB HONKOK, NKWPOKTNKW8, PORT liOTAL, And Itie Sathfrn Blockading Bqeadronf, AT FA1H RATKH. anra Su'luikum' munk.y aid AbLOTUENT DRAFTS. THE ADAMS EXPRESS qOMFAXY Will forward ' HOLDIKItS' UEMITTAnCES to tbelr famllm at any plaoe on the llaeicf llulr jbxprrM, iKoarreoi s TWBNTY IVB OKNTS i Vtir uffMa ba4laaedlar VI tv IhillaM f and a preporilonata aadlUonal ebarg to placet rcaelvd u oooneoHra bzP(naa,,k r Tha remltlaaoa, wluthir Oold, TrtaNory 2fotat,er Allotmaat Drarls , ihoatd be racloaed In an elTclope and aecarely tealad, and have tea fell addrw(' clttdbiglowa,poit ofllje, and Suta i and la dura, the a'rvtt aad namberl of tne penon to ha to be teat, aad the amoaat legibly marked tbertoa. ' Knvelopea lor tbU paroM maybe bad, at 'nr ofllce. To fiollltale prompt dtl'rcry, tbe charge for re- roiHiBce aovu n oe prepaiu martl-'n ADAMS KXPIU81 COIll'ANY. (MARLKS LONDOH COEDIAL GIN IadlUUedls LoaiKm.aud pat ap aolety In qaart and pint bot Uee, to meet the rtqalremeati ol Drifgiiis, aad tboee to whoaa Pox nd Unadolur. atad l-l- U a Vacasalt y or a tttnry. Hi la tha oldeat eaUDitanea otitii in uj (ij rhieh bare itarted Into eaiateace apoo the bails of la well -deterred and nara-arnei oeicDrtty. It liaa ao BimnMtioa with, and te Id no war Ilka utm uwut miJllBlQ nvw mtt -- aui.in uur- vr NOt.DToM,"or' IrfixooH Uocc,' or "LobwwOih," Jee., Ao , no matter how ranch antiquity " or " le ipvoiaDliHy " u WBiara bj uku uccvc.irrau ' Dr. Valentine Mott of New York, aaya t " It la far Dreteranle to even roaa Holland Ola. and la a M rtid4 of iU lind t Ut cvtr tern." So My tb. nde of phyalelam. The Waver Tark fl The Hew TorkHerald aayi: " We are turprlaed at lu benenolal effeoujit U a certain aafe guard to health." The Phil ai! AlnhU Tjidrar aava: " It haa so raoe- rlor, 11 an eqaaf, in medwlnal vlrfaee.' The New Orltani Pieayuna aayi:" There U no remedy on earth lor dyepepeia equal to it." lae Beaton Journal aava: "A a beverage, ae a preventive, or aa a remedial agent, we want no other It la oar wde mean." Woman of America, for you It ia rarU-Uri mdijpiA Iaelokaeae or health, It la your greatest ITMBO. B. BALDWIN A CO , SOLalaroarvaa, VI Liberty street, New York. Sold In Waahlngtonby LOVKLL, collks A CO., 310 itreet, near l'a. avenae, deo ll ly And dealera generally. mo Tiiic ovkicicus or tiik army. ji-i arnvea, a aireoi imporuuion per eieamei Fallon, irom Knri. a verv fine and eaent of Marine, Opera, ooKea. which I wilt t,t oopea, which I wilt cell a very little above pie cost In Pari Ae to the qualities, there are none tape rior lo be had, having been eeleeted purposely for this market. Also, a large and well assorted stock ot Opera Ulaywa, Microscope, gold, sliver, aad steel Speotaolea and Kye Ulaea, suited to the sight by ne sjpb oi an vpiomeicr. A,ooaauicraoiv nejnocr oi ocrUOoatee to be seen at my offloe, from gentlemen wne nave iecn suusu at my a eaiaousuucnt. 06 FtniuylvaiilaaYeiiufTbclvTHu Foar-and-a half and Slzth Streett. My KetmbllehaaeKt 1. up atalra. Aaaai mad u wtt. The trade .applied. Mt 10 y T3ATKS WIIOD, " WHGUt&tLl AXP UTXIL DUU3U IN ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES, ooNsumso or rioklea, PrtMrrei, CaUni. Bauoei JelUea, e'rultr. Ollrea, Bardlno. Salad Olla, Choice RellibM, Condenaed MUk, Multardi, FI1KSERVEO UEAT8, FISH, BOUM, Ac. Part Winti and Llqoon by the Patkage CIOAR5 AND TOBACCO. - Agent, lor Tllden't Extract ol OolTee, with dngar and MUk oomblned. Mail FenniylTanla avenoa, WA311WQT0N, D. 0. dee 17 tf TOVAN8 A WATMUN'B PHILADELPHIA SALAMANDER, KIRK AND BDRULAR PROOF H A. IP E S . Store, 10 south Fourth street, Philadelphia, Pa. Orden received by W. D. flUKPHKRD, Corner of Seventh and 1) atreeta, Ian H-ly Wuhlngton, D, C. pATKHT ATTUHNKYH. MASON. FENWiTkT & LAWRENCE. CUARLES MASON. Late Commissioner of Patents. ROBKRT WTFKNWICK, rilteen years In Patent Agency Buslnesi, Da WITT 0."lAWBBNCB, Late member of the Patent Offloe Appeal Board, OFFICE IN WASHINGTON, D. 0. Note Patents procured. All Information necea sary to obtain a patent sent free of charge. Ian -1-1 f JUST lEXCI.m.D AT L. A. HP.ALL & CO. '3, N?.eIOI Seventh between 1 and Ktttrevt'.a new stock or cr.oruiNO, vUKNISIUNU GOODS, 'lRUNKS.lIAISand CAPri. LA. BUALI. A CO '3, No UOl Seventh atreet, between t and K,ls the placo to buy your CLOllUXU.l'URXISIHNQ GOODS, TRUNKS, 11A1S and CAPS, at New lorkptlcei 10MC ONE AND ALL AT L A. nKALT, k KS CO'S,No 301 Seventh street, between I and K, to buy your CLOTIIINU, FURNISHING GOODS UATS and CAPS. ' XTOW IS YOUUTIMRTO BUY YOUR CLOTH, XI INtJ, FUUN1SIUNG GOODS. JIATS and ('APS at very low prlces.at L A. B1.ALL At CO 's, It, UUB BCfTlllll, vTllICIII .III. IV BlIVCIB. mirSI 3m EVKRYIIOUV'Sl ATTESTION to cur new .tock of Horinff Clotl IS GALLED cur new .tock of Si .Trunk.. llata and Clothing, Kurai.hlng Uooda, Trunka, llata and Cipa, at Mo. aOO Seventh tnel, oppoatu the Foal Offloe. merao cUa mx&os aaiil-lflJN .S-W PiKn-X fjAVY MirilMKrV-l0.03, .Hfxnu of iVrerlibp amt tfrthitw, April 1. 18. Ri:tAlt1I. I'l.nrOAr.S iaailiHiurt n.inr..ft TropOMU lor Navy Mapi'llet,1' will b" re lived at Hits Borraa unfit 9 o'clock A. M.t on M'cdcrdayt Ue Mth day ot April nrxr, lor 'uroUaiitg and deliv ering (on receiving ten date notice, axoept foe bh ent,fcr wnleh the days' not;e ahallbe given mr every thirty ihousand poaade required) at the Un. irn duin navy rarop. ai uaarietiown, jnawicna Mttif Brook lye, New York; and Chlladef pbla, t'enn lvanlatimcnfiuintttlei tmli otthe following artl elf its may be mq aired or ordered from the oontrto tora ay the chief of thl bureau, or by ihereepeclire eommindlni tfflcra tf tbe aaid aavy vard(dariog the ibeal year ending Jane so, ISM, viz: llhcult, rlcnr, rice, dried apples, nngar,lei, codlc, beann, molac, vinegar, aad wbliky. The blcultiiall be made wholly from sweet per One flour, of the mtnu'acture ef the year nt or 1802 j but etirll In all oanea be maonlactured lrcm flour uiifVcfthe crop Immediately preceding the dateiof thjrrqulilUona for Iheumejand htll be fully tquil In qually, and conform In ilze ard ihape.totheMmpIti wMchiredepneitedlmheaal'j navyyirdaj ehali be prcj)rly taked, thoroughly kUn4rlM, well packed, aid delivered me of charge to the United Platen, In good, aound. well dried, bright flour bar. el', with the htadi wellircored, cr hi air and watertight whUkycr spirit barren, at the option of the Bureau few floor alia.11 be equal to the beet Rlehmtnd aad Baltimore branda, and ol the manafactare of wheat growii tn the year 1801 or 1882; but ahall In all eaaee b laanuUe tared lrom pure, round, treih groand wheat ot Ihe o op la mediately preceding the iletee of the rt qui Itlon for the name; flu 11 be perActly iweat, and In all te pectaol ihe best qualify ; a (.d hall be dellvend in ejood eMpplog order, free of all charge to the United States, In the bent hew, well armiioned.aonad. brftrht barrela. or half barrel, an tneeae maybe the ftatw and 'headings lo be of atjaa piiDi ui ur iiveiiii; siruyK una wciuujjca, wfill lining hoopfl arouud each head, and eiiual In quality toaampte barrel at the said navy-varda: two hall bar. cla to ha lonildcrcdaa a barrel, atu not mork than ore third of Ihe required quantity to be In half barrela Taerloeihall beofthevrry best quality and of the irop immediately prtcsdieg the ditei of the re naiUtloitai Inr the aanitx. v The dried apt-It iball be or the beat quality, and ahaM be DreDB cdbr ua dririnvonlv.andof the crop ol the maturon Immediately (.receding the dates of ine reqaiauoDa lor iue np;tng sniu oo ariivemu la paokagea coatalntng not more han.thiee hundred pOUBdf. ipeiroanoopi on ine uarrtia ana nan oarreia contah trg whisky, molasHa, and vinegar lo be well painted with rtd lead. 'oiVRir iiiatii uc ury igu iii, tur paGftiug, iiiii rh ten shall bei of aood nualltv Oolanr. enntl to tfao lamplf s at paid ta y-yards, and be dcilrered In nail ana naaner cikiu uoiy. - rbeouflee shall be equal to His beat Cuba, aooord- (taTtaasmrile. Tie leans shall be of tho very best quality white beana. and ah alt be of tlit croD ImincdlateW nreced- Ing (be 'ates of tl .a requlrf tloa for the aims, tMpoundtt to lf taken aa one buiftel. laemolasieaaiivllbelullr (nuallo Hie verr beat quality of New Orleans mosiii, and shall be deliv ered lo new, well-eeaoned red olc barrela, and half uarrcu,anu wua www fine nraza not icss man t I...II .(.lot. . .t.a .l.uiuiinl la.j tt 1' (ni.lt ikUb . I ( a gut 1 1 tuivkiUK rimiijuu. .van i ,. ;( iuvii auivet, ! Darrtisana aau raiicuioueinresituaricra ooapcu, ani.ia kudiiion. Tonrnve lour iron nora. cnt on eacn Di'gs, H iocn in wiaui ana 1 ltin men mica. -,-- --;. .. --. .... -....-.. . .. r.. ana ona on cacti ciino in incii in wiuin aru i iu u loch thick and ahallbe thoroughly coopered and rtlaordln the beat ahlnnlnff condition, one third the quasi ti iu ut in uiit ueurrcis u ivijujiu uj iue uu ... TT. a.. . i.... V. ".i.n . w . ... t... Xbi vinegar thill be of tho Hratqually,qul to ine sianuaru 01 iiio unncu fiaii'it i uirmai-u, icii aad ahall contain no other than acetic acid, aad shall be delivered in barrels and half barrels similar in all respects to thwe required formolaaeta, with tbe excep ton that wht't oak staves and heads shall be auDsuiuiea tor rca oa aiavra ana wnne pine neaa, and rhtll be thoroughly coopered and placed In the beat shlppleg order; one thud tele in haltb.ir nlse Ihe whisky hU be nude wholly from grain, ouudand merchantable, and befaliflrst prool ae cording to the United States custom-house standard, and ahali be doau'e rectilled. It shall ba delltert.t in good, new. sound, bright, three-quarters hooped, weil-s-aioncd white oik barrels nd half barrels, with white oak h ads, be heads to be made ot thrrt Kecehtadlng, and well painted; thettavea not to be as than i inch thick, and the tiesds nut leat than X lach thick and each barrel and half bar el rhill be coopered, la addition, with one three penny Iron hoop on each bilge 1; inch In width, and 1-1 Mh inch thick, and one three penny hoop on each chime, Hi inch in width, and 1 16th inch thick, aa per die J Irani The whole ts be i-ut in good ehlppirg order, reeofull otiarjc to tho united states; one-third to be in half barrel.. All the lore going described articles, embracing caska, barre's, half barrels, and boxes, shall be sub leottoauchinspeciiouaeilhe chle of iheiluitau of provlstona and Clothing may direct, the inapevtlig oIBoer to be apiwlntedby the Navy Department. Alt inapeotiona to be at Ihe place of delivery Hi wui t may, however, be Inspected at the pUce of maou facture, but will in all caws be eubjiut to a tluel In aoectlon at the place of delivery before ti.e bills are signed therefor. The Prices of all the forrirolDjr articles lo b the same throughout Ihe year, and bidden may oiler for one or more articles, acd hie rlfer will be accepted for that yard lor which hie proposal may be lowest, ana wncre more man ob artiste is awarucaioaiia der the article! will be embraced la ore cr inou contracts it the ootion of the Bureau Annie caran, oaricia,aDu nan oarreja, ooxea or ttacaaaea. shall Demarkiii witn tirircoutente and ihe coo tractor's name. All the barrels aad half barrels of flour and bread snail na e, la addition to the above, the year when mauutevciu.udor put up marseu upuu mem flhe umD ee referred to In this ad ve'tlsomeut are those selected for tbe ecsuugiUcal year, and kit no reicrtiKX to iiua at narcrn jrnttTUtiy ttAtuuM-) Ihe quantity of these articles which will be re quired cannot oe prioltely state J. They wl 1 proba bly be about Biscuit 5,00,000 ibn. Flour 4,odo bbls. Rice 000,000 Iba Drledapple 800,000 lbs Hugar floo.ooo lbs. Tea 7S,O0J lbs. Coffe 75,000 lb. Beans lft.ooo bushels. Molatses M.ooo galloon. Vinegar 63000 gallons, WhLkv l&J.OOO satloaa. The quantities of at y or all may be increaied or diminished Tho contracts will therefore bo made, not for specific quantities, but for such quantities aa the service may require to be delivered at those navy.yarus, respcouvtiy Ciauaotors not residing ut the places where de liveries aro rinulred must eitablU.li aiencita at such places, that nu delay may arise in furaUhlng what may u- rcquui u , ami wuins coairacior liiisprompi ly to comply with a requisition; the Chief of the iiu reaucf ProvUloos and Clothing rhill be tuth.nzid to direct purchajwa to be made to supply the dell ctenoy, under the penalty to be cxpietmed in the coa tract t the record ol a requisition, or a duplicate copy thereof, at the Buteau of ProvialSnaand Clothing, or at titter ol the navy yards alorefAld, shall be evidence that such iciuUitIoit l.tu been made and rtorlved. Separate otters mutt be made for rich article at each of ihe aforesaid navy yards; andin case more than one article Is contain. J In the oiTtr.ilis Chin I of the Bureau will have the right to occept oue or mure vt uic ariiu v cuniuDvu iu bucii iimr, anu re ji'Ct the remalLdrr, and bidders whom) proposals are accepted (and none othcis) will be forthwith no titled, and ai early aa practicable a contract will be tiaas mlttedtotltera for execution, which cootrjet must be returned to the bunau within live days, exclu sl e of the time n quired for tho regular tramml'slon ol the mail. Two or more approved sureths, In a sum equal to ids ciumairu utuubiui hip iviouve coa.ira.oia, will be renulred. and twenty nercentnm In addition will be withheld from the amount of all payments on ac jouni luertui as cu.mivrai srouniy, in suuiuud, to secure Hi performance, and not In any eent to be paid until It if in all respects compl'cd with Blank formi ol Dropoaita mny be obtained on an- plication to the navy agents at Portsmouth, New llampBhtre, uosion, rew oik, riiiiadeipuia, Balti more, and at this Bureau. A record, or dnolicate of the letter informing a blddtr of the acceptance of hla proposal, will be ueemeua. nniiu.audn inercoi, wiiii n me meaning oftheact of 181tJ,and his bid will be made and ac cented In ontormitv with thU undeNtaodlnar. Urery onjr made must be accomplished (as di rected io the act or Congref s making appropriatlooa for the naval service for IMC-'U, approved loth of Auguit, 1840) by a written guarontee.tlgned by one or moie responsible persons, to ihe r-fleet that he of they undertake that tho bidder or bidders will, if hu or their bid hi accepted, enter into an obligation to I urn lth tho supplies proposed, 'lho bureau will not DC oDimatea t i con-ider anv Droiwwai unieta ao comoanlcl by thesuaranteo renuliod bv law: the competency oi the guaraotco to be ctrtliled by the navy agiut, dlatrlct attorney, or collector of the VUHV1U1 The ttitcfltUm ofHJd&t it ca'Ui to (As tamiin and iU tcririi-m tf artidit renuirtd. at. la Ut uuwUum for rtcen turn, a juti M nail compirum tcul U tnatU Uliutn the arluhi vtft rrd and (As wmj la and tcntrad, receiving nans tniM . wctrv wem, arm uirir WMTUIlll ll MX) Pinn Utdriy airetieu wuiwjtnni rnwuivn y mm Jarcn, ID3t,flfl tk ad fifth lwA liigna,184d. ap 3-lawlw NKRVOUS DEBILITY, W T si'miMAioRiuitnA, r la iMHlllrely Incurable by any mean, but those I ad Tocate, before commencing akt treatacnr, learn how tbe writer actually ccbid hlnuc'J, and lubee Quently handreda of othen Endue a poat-pald, euporacrlbed cutcIum to Uox lit, Charleitown, Mfulmctti. DUI-tm HATIONAL repubmcan. A Trip (o Manassas anil Vicinity. A foir days ngo, tbe writer, In fympanjrwllh a pnrty of friends, net out upon au excursion to Mnnajnar, Ihe Hull Rnn bailie field, and the adjacent cotmlrj, which, u the atrooghold of the rebel urn. of the Polotnao, hare become localltlr. ( f Inlf nee totereat. Not Intending to be etlaled an to tlmi, we resolred not to g In the Government excarf Ion train, but took pannage on the ateamer to Alex andria, for which tho cnterprlnlng captain charges doable fare, or twice aa mnc'i as for merly. Arriving at Alexiudrli, we found the wharf Innocent of omnlbiue.1 or carrUgei, and the Orange and Alexandria railroad depot a long distance off, especially for those whose power of loci motion are not free and eaiy, However, wllb a few not very flittering com ment, upon the enterprise of Virginian", we mndo our way over rough etrccte nnd pave ments to Ihe depot, from which a train was ex pected to start for Hanas at ten o'clock, but nearly three tedious hours paswd away before tho shrill blast of tho whistle announced the readiness of the sleatn horse to proc:ed, when, sealed upon the floor of an old baggage or, our party rlowly made lis way over the Iron road, and, alter n passage of about three hour, arrived at the rebel stronghold. CONDITION' OF Till R01D. In pursuance of their mission of destruction. the rebels had blown up the principal water tanks along the road, so thai the engineer was obliged to " water Lis bono " from tho running broolis, which was n long and te lous opera tion, ts the water was carried in single buckets up the back o' the stream to the engine. Tho track aa far as Minass.u, with n few exceptlocs, appears to be in good order, but at the Junction a portion of It had been destroyed by the ac tion of lire, and soma miles of the road between tho 'Junction and Warrcoton bavo been tora up, lho ties burnt, tho rails bent, nnd the bridges destroyed, but Yankee activity nnd enterprise wll "oon repair all damages, an 1 re op"n the entire ro.id to Ulctnnr.il. TIIK llrDLI. LOO CABIN' I.M.lMrUtrN'T.1 lathe vicinity of Bull Run, wc bad the first sight of lho winter quarter ol tho grand army, and I hey were fir superior to those of our owu soldiers. I.ich regiment had erected a hand some little village of log bate; 'bey were about eight fcelhlgh, fourteen feet long, and ten feet wide. They were made of pine and oak logs, notched at the end, by which they were firmly nulted; the spaces between Ihe logs being tilled by wood and mud, so thoroughly "chlukedln as not to admit a Haw of the winter's wind, or a drop of rain; thick clapboards, nr "shakes," covered the roof, which, also, wai wind end watertight; the chimney, giving a wide Ore place, was built at the end, of stick and mud; a rough board door, hung npon wocden binges, completed the exterior ot the cabin. They were built upon parallel tin., with wido avenues between them, and being uniform in slzo aad style, tho whole encampment presented a pio turesque and handVome appearanco. The Interior was fitted up so at to accommo date from two to six persons; there were no camp-bedsteads, but wooden platforms, upon which two soldiers could eleep; we suppose that a blanket thrown over the straw, which covered the rough boards, formed the bed upon wh'ch the chivalry reposed. Over each bed there were arrangements lor suspending their guns, und along tbe sides were shelves and permanent boaid tables, rouxbly inadu benches, and the usual camp-stools were found In every cabin; a few had plank floors, but generally Ihey were without any save tho hard packed 'saured soil." Kvery where In these encamp ments, we saw abundant evidence that the "boys" not only hod first rate quarters, but that they had had a good time generally. In many of our encampments, tin s .Idlers Eavo their little streets, and In some way eautlfy or adorn n small space In front ol the door of their teat; In this they excel the rebels, for all their streets were unpnved and filthy, with no evidences ol cleanliness or taste, but everywhere the opposite. The heads and bores of cattle, dead dogs and other offensive and disgusting exhibitions of tbe bod police of the camp, were apparent In each encamp ment. On the line of the railroad, bet wet n Dull Run and the Junction, there are several of these encampments, and a very flno one near the depot. In two or three places there was evidently a design to destroy these leg til lages by Are; some of the huts were entirely con sutned, other partlully destroyed, and in soins cases the flamcsaDcearcd to havetnadethelr way along tbe surface ot the logs, merely burniugj toe Doric ana mere gradually expired. In several places towards tho battle field new houses were commeuccd, having Ihe appear ance of permanent b irracks; these were Irame buildings, some just commenced, others nearly Untuned. This clrcumsUuce seems to establish the fact that tbe departure of the rebel was sudden and unanticipated. Til.'. m'lEMkS Or NUNJ.S.SA3. Certain fantaitlo forms of pine bushes along the tides of the road, near Dull Run, nre pointed out lo Ihe inquirer as timlsed battcric, but they are quite email and frail, and would form no defence, and would soon become uselets as a cover for ordnance. As we approach tbo Junc tion, vi e begin to have a view of tbo ' Immense and powerful" forts, of which we have beard so much. One of them, near tha depot, at a dis tance, appears to be a very formidable affair, but dwindles Into iiulgnlucance as it Is ap pronched. It stands within a few feet cf the road, and la merely a slight earth ork; the embankment being about eight feet high, form ing three ald.s of a square, surrounded by a ditch about six foet wide. On tbe inside ol the embankments are rows of casks tilled with earth, closely packed. There are three embra sures, but no evidence that guns were eter mounted within them. Near this oil, on Ilia other side of the mad. Is another, some fifteen feet high, which Is supposed to have been i reeled lur the protection of Infantry. It la In form like tho other, and has a powder maga zine built below the surlace. The walls uie composed ol small osnvas sand beg confined between a row of wooden posls on Ihe Inside, and a slight covering of earth on the outside ; a few raw hides ore stretched across the outer ride. In tho Immediate vicinity ot the depot ate eigne or ten oi tnese little eartnworiu, an of them very slight, poorly built, nnd would oiler llttlo or no resistance to shot or shells, n very few of which would entire N demolish them. A single shell thrown Into tho sand bag bittery, would probably destroy tho whole of II. Kx ponire lo Ihe elements has rolled the canvas bags, winch can now bo torn with great ease. Gen. lieauiegard has tbe reputation of being a skilful engineer, but Ihe works of defence about Manassas demonstrate that the engineer, whoever he wu, was either Incompetent or that he Intended them as iiimforts, lo be msgnlflep by our 'llkknl corps of balloonist nnd spies, andjlhus keep back Ihe Union forces. 1 TIIK MtMMttt or iin-n. Id eximlnloK Ihe earth wet ks In the vicinity of the Junction, we w re cempelled to abandon the popular Idea thai the rebels were well tupMlea with ordeanc". or that their batteries were formidable. There were but few Indication of mounted guns, nnd the people who live In tho neighborhood nnert most positively and with out doubt, truly, that In aU tbe forts at Manas sos and Centrevllle there have not been, since early In December, more than trenfy guns, nnd not half that number at Manasas. MTMBr.lt Of TROorS. If Ihe number of log cabin encampments In dicate Ihe numerical force of Ihe rebels at itinasa. there must have bei.-rt, at one time, at least fifteen thousand troops ; but the black acd while citizens, who have been there during tbe winter, all agree In the extraordinary state ment that tbe rebel forrehss, since November, been gradually disappearing, and that nt tbe time when Manassas was evacu tied, there were bnt.l.w regiment left, nnd that there had not boen more than fire thousand soldiers there for the last three month'. Well Informed military offlcers, now upon the ground, confidentlr ex press tho opinion that ten thousand Union troops could, at any time during the last win ter, nave captured the whole rebel army of the Potomac, together with all their military stores; and this opinion Is cculnly well founded, con sidering the weakness of their earthworks, the mill number of guns and the numerical insig nificance of their troops. TUK kOnSISTK.NCK Or TIIK AHMT. Tbe popular idea has long'prevalled, that the rebel ;iroops were so short of provisions that they would soon be starved out; bnt a look at Manassas explodes this Idea; there Is every where abundant evidence that Ihe troops were not only well supplied with Ihe necessaries of Hie, but wun lis luxuries, in our two days' wandering about Ihe country, we saw but four cows, half a dozen pigs, and a few chickens concealed in tbe cellar of a farm hoise, now occupied by contrabands. Tbe rebels bad so cured by pnrchsso, or otherwise, everything eatable, within the range of their operations. In almost every cabin were the rcinalna of an ample slock of provisions nice pieces of fresh beef suspended upon wooden hooks were om mon; good bread lay scattered about tbe floor; flour barrel, not vet emntv: while sardine boxes and porter and wine botlks were in great auumunce; a soiaier, in prospecting among tho cabins, found a handsome wine cose, witii cut gloss decanters, and one of them partly Oiled with wine. Those who first visited Manassas. alt(r the evacuation, found large quantities of cast ell' cioioinj. ana u is Known mat immense quanti ties; of flour, pork, clothing, and blankets were bnrned; a large oven was also destioyed. Tbe precUe spots where these burnings took place are stilt visible. Wbre the military unl forms were burnt, curious visitors still scratch about am3ng the charred remains, for Indians, and carry them off a souvenirs. The most superficial observer of matters and things at Manassas, will soon become convinced that the grand rebel army of tbe Potomac have spent a pleasant winter, and tbe peoplo thero say, tbat the " boys" lacked but one thing to make them happy, and that was an opportunity to fight, which desire appeared to be universal among them. TUK UOHI'ITiU AT XUN'iSSAS. Tbe boipltal grounds were located In u grove on the right cf the rood, a short distance below Ihe Junction, towards Warrenton. Tbe trees hod been cut away, and a small place cleared up, near tha track, upon which the hospitals were erectea. iney were iwo story tram-i bulldlnirs, about twenty feet wide and Dftv feet long, and It is said Ibey could accommo date two thousand Invalids. One of the last acts perpetrated by tho rebels al Manassas, was the burning of these building; they were entirely consumed, not a vestige lef., except meneu gias, nan anu nioges una ouier piccoa of Irou, all ot which are rapidly being distribu ted over tho couctty us memorial of Manas, sas. It I said that a dead body, partly con sumed, wo found upon the site ot one ot these hospitals, but whether it bad died ol disease, or by lire, was not known. TIIK HOSrlTXL (j!tA K Vattl). In aa adjoining field, near a beautll.il plno grove, we found wnat is supposed to nave been the hospital burying place. The groves wen nlaced at renul tr distance from each other, lupataltel lines, und numbered one hun dred ana ninety lour, a rmau uoara at ine bead of each grave, announced in pencil marka the name, company and regiment of the de cased. Upon one of these "lomb-stones" wero Ihe words "dead nero" and upon another, "black .foci," but to whom tbe ' dead negro" belonged, or whose "black stock" ''lay slumbering in the grave," there was no record. A number of graves unmarked, we discovered in Ihe immediate vicinity, but there wero no legends In relation to them, and no one seemed to know why they had been made there. Wo have beard much of the sickness of the rebel army; but the graves at Manassas do not es tablish the facl; doubtless, many who died were sent home, but Ihe graveyard would seem to demonstrate that th) army was either small or healthy. We know there were but few troops, and we could bear of no prevalent disease, except pneumonia. BBU'iu-aini)' iiKArKHinTfiw. Having wundered over the ruins ol Ihe boa pltals and its little city of the dead, until all were tall-fled, our party took up its line of match lor tue lato Headquarters oi uenerai Beauregard. Our routo lay across the fields in the direction of the battle ground. On tbe way, we saw a number ol dead boisea; iu one lot were nt least twenty; and wherever we went towatds the bailie field, we siw Ihe mains of horses. Tbe popular story Is, that they died oi starvation; but this cannct be true. Tbe rebel had forage nhen they left; and in some oi me tarra ynrus in mo vicinity, stocks of lodder still remained, which would not have been the case if forage bad been scarce. Uaving wandered out of our way, we bailed a contraband, whom we discovered croslcg Ihe fields, llo promptly came to us, and volun leered lo take us lo tbe bouse wo nought, which was that of bis master, Mr. Wm. J Weir. He fold his master owned five plontA tions, and more than one hundred slavis; but nlien the arrav went away, Mr. Weir also left, taking a few (laves with blm, but seme cl them suddenly left him nnd U-turned home, and are now within our linen, patiently waiting for freedom, which they think this war will give tbem. TbI slave was very cautious and sbrend in his answers to our Interrogatories; bo gave few direct replies until be was certain tbat be conversed Willi friends, and then be dismissed an reserve, and snoke with ire ut most freedom. Ilosald when hi master was going away, ho ordered him to collect all Ibe sheen UDoa the farm, and to follow hlmt but William did not obey fie sheep were hard lo Una, anu they wero so contrary that ue couiun i drive tbem, und by the time he got them ready to start fair, the Yankee army came down, and then he thought ho wouldn't go. Ho said that times were verv hard money scarce, and nothing to eat, uud tbat some ol the abandoned slave lamilles bad been taken to Alexandria, by the Union men, to keep them from starving; which we subsequently found to be true. Wbllo he wo thus lamenting tbe hard time, some one supgeetedjjiat he sliHild have skinned the dead homes, nnd tak"n ofi their shoes, by which ho might have re illze d nt least a Lnn dred dollars! "but." nulcklv Internosed the slave, "what good would that do met Master take do money I bob none of It. No, no, sir," ho cootinued, " when I bos a fair chance to work for myself, den I skin horses, or skin anything else, If I kin keep do money for da ole foman and da children." In tht. the poor elavr uttered an Important truth, (bat white men; would do well to remember. Give these nrplo an opportunity and a motive to labor. and they wi'' l" "" f?00 CBr0 ' lhemlve as any olher class of Ihe luboring population. William conaiic.eii it nateiy io ine .Tier mansion, which Is a large brick house, with ull Ihe necessory out-bouses for a large farm. Mr. Wlcr is supposed lo have been a wealthy moo. lie wan, or bad been postmaster, and the re railn of his library showed tbat he waa a man nf good literary taste and kaew the value of books. It won evident Hat ho was a believer in the colonization scheme, forupon Ihe shelve we ifniind copies ol the African RrXsttonj, dated a far back a 1828. The house was In good repair, but stripped nf nearly all Its furniture. Before lvlng, Mr. Wler bad placed nit bis valuable household articles, silverware. A.3 . In bin bar.i. where he supposed It would be safe, but the soldiers hod ueen mere, anu uesoiauon ioitofft-u. This bouse, which I about a mile from the Junction, was for a long lime the headquarter oi uen. lieanregaru. 'ine owner ana nu iami- ly retired, that ihe General might occupy it. ills nrlvate room wa In the second story, and has .ince been occupied as a hospital. It ttill contalna raanv Interesting evidence of Bean- regard's presence ; a large number ot captalc ' returns, In blank, wrre strewed over tbe floor, but' they were ntlckly gathered up and de posited among other relics to be carried off. The bouse -end nil tbe property ol the estate bod been 1 a to tbe care of a faithful old ser vant uijU and bis wife. Tbey and their chil dren wero now Ibe sole occupants. The man (bam) was dignified and gentlemanly In nis deporttient j ho was free, bnt hi wife nnd children were slave. One of bis boy bad been carried off by Mr. Wler, but he ran away from him, aud came back to bis old home. In va rlous waya Kam had collected several hundred dollars, but his master and some other members of tho Wi' r family thought tbey could use tho money to good advantage, and bjrroed It of Sim. They gave him their notes, one or which was doted fen years ago. He considered tbe notes good perhaps tbey are, but judging by tt e light of numerous precedents, wo should prefer the money to Ibe notes. White men, In dealing with their slaves, aro very uncertain. It was near tlx o'clock when we reachad tbe Wltr mansion, nnd being tired und hungry, we proposed that Uncle Sam should entertain us for tbe night, which hu promised lo do. He had managed to save a quantity cf salt pork, fresh beef, and cotTee, and he socn prepared a nice supper for our entire arty, besides an other, lor some Union officer, who bod tempo rary possession of a portion of the house. In due ttm' "Aunts" prepared a good bed lor each of uf, an 1 we ull slept soundly, conscious tbat the soldiers present and on guard wero amply sufficient to protect us. TO l!K COMCLCDED TO MOKUOW J The Komon. KtoillrtR flatter;- What wa Kouail upon It. A cot respondent of tbe Bt. Louis ll-pub'.kan, writing Irom Island No. 10, on tbo 9tb, says: Tbe floating battery, formerly tbe Pelican dock, at New Orleans, drifted down to Madrid, and was secured lire miles below there. When first seen. It came sweeping down wllh Ihe cur rent toward the upper battery, and tbe gtrrl non supposing an attempt probable lo run Ihe blockade, Immediately manned Ibelr guns. Klght cannon could be counted upon It, all bi.irlng directly at the fort, and when within range the latter opened fire. Receiving no rerponse, they perceived the battery bad been deserted, and ceased. This occurred the eve ning previous to the evacuation and surrender ot the lebels. Tuo transports, with great difficulty, after several hours, got the battery lo shore. It was full of water, (.the enemy having tried bard to rink It,) and drugged the Immense anchor at tached to It very easily. Tbe bull Is ISO feet long and CO wide, built like that ut u 1 trge steamer, decked very strongly, and the guns all mounted along one side und lho ends. To counterbalance this great weight was a quantity of heavy bull&st on tbo outer side, nnd also the ammunition, with baggage, ,ti, of lho crew. There were several trunka filled with good clothing und articles ol private comfort, some revolvers, and one or two ril!-s, back., and bundles of letters. A most cttriou feature of tb-s b tilery was Iwo small engines below. In tbe hold, Intended to work a couple cf pumps nnd fill at pleasure lho aflalr nlth woter. There were ul"0,by way of cargo, eighty torpedoes, hundreds of sky rockets, a couple of electric batteries, and colls ot submarine cable, Tbe concern seemed only a large specimen from tho thousands ot novel infernal and useless machines the rebels h ive favored science wllh lately. Ou the deck a sixty four lay dismounted, lis carriage shivered to piece by a ball. Esctt'K or a PniaoNEii. Tho Philadelphia Iii'iittrn bos the following ficm its correspond ent: Cairo, April 13. 1 waa taken prisoner nt the late bailie at Pittsburg Landing, but have suc ceeded in making my escape Irom Ibe enemy. Acting Brigadier Uenerai Peabody and Major Powell, ol tbe Twenty fifth Missouri volunteers, with whom I was breaklastlng at the time of Ihe surprise, were both killed. Tbe rebels robbed me of cveiytblng except my panta loons and boots. Generul Albert Sidney Johnston, of Ken tucky, nnd General Busbrod Johnson, of Ten nessee, aro both dead. Tho latter made bis will before dying Brogg, Beauregard and Breckinridge escap ed. 1 he battle laid d thirteen and a half Lours on Sunday and eight bourn on Monday, when tho enemy fled. We captured nil their cannon except Iwo or three. Among the batteries cap tured Is the famous Washington Light Artil lery, of Ntw Orleans. Tin: Piusi ami the War Nw. -Col. II .S factord, Military Inspector of tho Telegraph Lino., , m Fortress Monroe, In pursuance ef lb" orders ol tho Secretary of War, and Is about perfecting some nrrangeraent by which the representatives of Ihe Press will bo better ena bled to discharge their dnllts lowaid tbo pub. lie nnd at Ibe name tltni avoid the publication of new that may be detrimental lo Ibe national Interests or, as Ihe popular word has It, con traband. Col. Sanlord is lullypossessed of tbe views ol lho Secretary tf Wat en tbe tubject nnd at tbe same lime appreciates the difllcul lies tbat surround tbe Press In these war llmea In attempting lo meet lh public demand lcr rows. Ni ii. Iloirs run tiik Wbstfrv Wateih. -A board appointed by tho Navy Deportment to examine plans and specifications for bouts fcr lho Weslern waters, consisting of Com. Joe. Smith. Chlct ol tbo Bureau ot Yardiand Docks; John Lentbal, Chlel of the Bureau of Construc tion; II. F. Sherwood, Uoglneer In Chief; Kl ward Hart. Naval Constructor, and Daniel B. Martin, Engineer ot tho United States Navy, bate recommended that contracts be made with the following parties : Messrs. Tomllnson ,t Ilarlupeei, of Pittsburg, for two Iron vessels; Messrs. urown and .M coord, ot bt. Louis, lor three wooden vessels; George 0. Btster, of uatro, lor one wocuen vessel; J as. i. i.vies, vi St. i.onm, lor two iron vessels. nn"mv"' cost flhe eight vessels, 1,22!,1(0. Uen, Cox sends encouraging news fretn the Kqnnwhii- hut sneaks of bottoulld&s rOUOe, riv ers over tbo banks, and u week ot tcrrUio etormtt. BYJTELEGBAjPH. 1 the riTTsncneT bIittlk. '' MOKE INTHrtESTIMI FACTS HEAlIlts.r:ArtO R norxciL or wah iik.icrai. kkauh h diath AOAIrnKPORTl!D OUB KILLED AXDWOe'MD KD FRT1MATKD AT 8,000. Cuictuo. April II'. Tho special correspon dent of the Journal rays : Beauregard called a council of mir of all the best generals In hla army before lho battle ol Pittsburg. There were present Gens. Pillow, Moyd, llrrcklnrldge, Hardee, llragg, Uhcatham, A. Sidney Johnston, nnd Bushrod Jobnnlon, the'Rebef Provisional Governor of Kentucky, ami a few other general. The following policy woe fixed on : It Ibey beat ii, tbey would follow up their vlctory.nnd drive n north as far a possible. If tbey wero beaten, tbey would withdraw their force from the border State, and make a desperate stand in ue uuii states. Gen. Van Dora did not reach Corinth Ull the fight was over. It Is now believed, by tbe latest arrivals Irom Pittsburg, that tho rebel torae In the action numbered b'3,000 men. The Ninth Illinois regiment could count but two hundred effective men on Monday morning, the Rlercnth Illinois only forty lire, and thu Tweiun Illinois only seventeen men. A gentleman from Pittsburg Landing euvs that the wounded are well provided lor In thu transport and barrack. No bitlle 1 expected for some days yet. The heavy rain have made the rood Impassable for artillery and army wagon. St. Lota, April 14. Tbo steamer January arrived at our wbarf last evening wllb several hundred of our sick and wouuded from Pitts burg. Cant. Barllclt, of thu January, reinirts that the Minnehaha, laden wilh wounded, baa gone up to Ohio City, und the Memphis landed on- iDouanu oi tue wouneieu ut asoiimi iviiy. Cant. William Conn, of Ihe Ninth lo.lhiia, who Is among tbo wounded, says bn hi uu doubt or tbe death nf Gen. Bragg iu Monday' fight. Also, that Johnson, the eo-c tiled Pro visional Governor of Kentucky, is d at I. He died a ne lay.witnin six lecc o' uuputyupp,on board of the Hannibal. The whole rebel army encased In the b itll numbered one hundred and twenty three regt ments. consisting or .jii'n men. mere ict are obtained from a brigade quarlerm isler named Wlntermnlli.who wu taken prf-uuer. Our total loss In killed mil wounded is uuw rutin tted at 8,000. General Wallace, of Illinois, at lastnecounts. waa sllll living, but there wero only slight hope of hi recovi-ry. The nunc of Colonel John II. McIIenry, id tbo Seventeenth Kentucky Regiment, who was wounded at Pittsburg, wan erroneously ptinlml in the first despatch u C. McKinuey, Tho stoamer Woodfjrd arrived last nlhl with about three hundred prlsoucrs from Pitts burg. LATER FROM EUROPE. PonTi.iM. April 11. The steamer Norwe'l an arrived here to night with Liverpool advices ol the 2d InsUnt. The steamers Canadi, City of Woshlogton, acd North America had arrived out. The political Inlelllg-iico Is unimportant. Cbmmereldl IrJclltijmcc Cotton. Sales of the lost three days 12,000 bales, price lending up word. Market quiet and vtucb inged Bread stull dull and still declining. Proilslon quiet but steady. Consols DO a UO,. Tho question ol Iron baUerlesconlinue lo al tract attention in Kngland, Tbo Tinus a lys ll is understood thatan order la Iu course ol Irnna mission to all dock yards to suspend any lur tber operation upon wooden ship. The lead lng journals continue to urge the necessity loi Iron fleets. Tbo Morning rosl call attention lu lho iiu provemeuts the Ametlcan aro making in urd nance, me wetgni oi toe snot inrown uy ine Monitor being nearly double that used on board any British shin of war. The British steamer Mara, bound Irom Wa terford to Bristol, wu wrecked near Millosfl during u gale und heavy kg, by which lilty llv. 8 were lost. The brim Adelaide andMary Wrlsbt arrived at Liverpool on the 31 Inst, having success fully run tbe blockade at Charleston, which port they left ou tho 3d of March. Tbe-y bad 1,100. bale of cotton, and 200 boxes nl tobac co, and u considerable quanlly of rcwiu. They led Charleston In company wilh the barque Iltlwan. and four schooners, all laden Willi cotlon and rosin. They report tbat the sunken stone Sect I fast breaking up, Charleston har bor be-mg lull oj uoaung umber. The War tn Arkaneau. Sr.Lutts, April 11. Tbo correspondent ol (ho Missouri IkiiuKruL writing Irom Hoiutou. Missouri, under date ot April Dili, saya I "1 he whole Confederate force In the late l'ou. Uldge battle hare gone east down tho Aikana river. A llttlo over a week ego they piwd through Clarksvllle, sixty mile c.W ol Van Uureu. At that point a force or two thousand cavalry wa said to have taken tho road north toward uunisvine. It waa impossible to learn tbo destination ol these troops, but it la most probable that thev were bound lor some point on the Mississippi river. Frcm Hew Oilcans. Tho Cincinnati Commit cbU of April I s-ivt A foreign resident of New Orleans In" ' pus ed through our city en route for llui ipv who gove ery Iutcrcstlng detail ot tho condition ot things In the Crescent City and In thu rebel army. Kew Orleans, he icpresented lo bo In a wry distressed nnd only partially defended condl tion. Foreign residents oi weaun wero ilea nnlrlnirof ihe restoration of trade, and no lirai possible, bod already lcit or were prepurlug u gj most of tbem leaving either for tho i si Indies or Europe. Tbe bank were ntmudaul ly supplied with specie about 418,000,000 but there was scarcely any in circulation, und Confederate money wa only worth 10 ee-oti on the dollar. Citizens engaged at home ml' tin were moro engaged in ponco sen loo man In the defence of the city from apvrelnuti attack, ami only a tceblo resistance couui u made against a wen orgumzcu iorce. Every hope of their protection again" Union urniy, 03 well there a throughou Scuthwtst, was hung upon tho suce-v " army concentrating at uurintn, and eon ly all available war material, part the way of men was seot thither. A company, comprising leading i ' ncutmeicbauu.bauk officers, pre-l ' eurauce compaulee, &.!., had been il and tent to Cotluth, mainly to act In ululating others to go. , . Tho vigilance committee luipiudted men without hesitation, taking them at any Uma and from any placo. .-.fecial Pisralca to the N, Y. TrlOuno. Wasuinotoh, April 13. ,.. .tf-lllii. lari-nnrl.rl In hnvn .ft'il In n prli nle letter received here) that ho hod found the rebel fortification at Yorktown ten time slronitrr than be anticipated, but tbat he was Still COnUUeni Ul e-e-uvui .lllAum. uv ,.u.ig of Baltlmoro and Washington profess to bo. lieve that Gen. McClellan has been entrapped, and say that Uen. Johnston will die of old ago belore ho 1 vanquished In lho peninsula.