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KIDNEYS, DttOPSY , IGANIO WEAKNRBS, iMinakifn wvaimriivu: HUGANIO WEAKNESS, CUGANIO WKAKNKS3, URKANIO WEAKNESS, ORGANIC WEAKNESS, AnA all Diseases tf tAe Sexual Oyant, And all Diteate ef rfcrflaiasl Vryant. And all Diteaiet if lie Xasnl Orpau, AM all Dbaua 0 Tastes! Uymj, An&all Mmh Ue ratal Orjaru, And all Duccuet e las Sexual Oryant, akisinq riwje m P.icesses, F.sposures, and Inprudenctes In Life, Kscesses, Eipoaitrcs.nnd Imprudencles In Mfe, licenses. Kmnatires.and ImDrudsnolss In Life. Ktceaaes, Kxptnure,hnd Imprndenoles in Life, ' hi.ceRsestKxinuroe,aiidlrnprudenolealn Lift, bireMe,Kpnsurea,and Imprudencles la Life, from whatever caaae orlsatlag, and whether xl tint- la Hate or SSosaale. Krroaita,take no mora Fills I Tuey are ol no avail lorCormlalntelnc-itlenltollMsex. use Kxirari Baeaa. Iletmbokl's kxiraot Bucho ie a lledloiae whleh ie tcitcclty pleasant In lte . TASTK AND ODOR, Hat Immediate In lie action, Riving Health and Vigor to the.r rame, Bloom lo Uia'l'alid Cheek, and re atorlor the patient to a perfect .tale or IthAl.TIl AMD PURITY. Mtlobold e Extract Uuehu te prepared according to Pharmacy aed Chemistry, and la prescribed and uted b TllK MUSI emiirni rursiciiNx Dt tar ao longer Procare the remed at once. Prtae II per bottle, or alx lor as. Depot, 104 Soath Train Street, FhUadelphle, rrylnc lo palm off their owa or other artlelet of uuuilion ine reraiauon atiaiara vj liawajanHVLtU'w aia.'a'auaux' auiiuv. 1 lie Original and only Gcnntao. H e oeeire w rno on toe MeniT OP OUR AR1ICLXI 1 heiri U worlhlcM Ie aold at mnoh leee ratee aad curoraleeloue, coneeqaeatly paying a raaeh better pioou WE DEPY COMPETITIOtI I All for Helinbofd'a Kxtrnct Bttchu llile no olfter. oM by K. D. OILMAN KIDWELLkLAWRBa B. B. WAJTB, B C. roD, JOHB WII.KT. B. B. EKTWISTUC, J. R. kfAjpR. And by all DrwgfUO everywhere. marl sm a, qiflR VHIUII MlliU VTAHD, 1 NO MA.TTEB WHO'K rjtKaiDKflTI CooMlom'Jy, I ahall ramala In WaeMaftoa. aai ooatlnot to puMne mj oooipaUon of MOUftK, 10N, AND ORNAMtNTAL 4V-3E -a. 1 igr r 1 zg- tm QILOIZCO ta aU Ita braMhet. Old GLAZIRa ptonptlf attended to. Palnlln and OraantanUni Loiuxc lttTBltare, in the beat tljrle I abocaJJ at Untlon to the Patntln of Rooh and Briok Walla, AU ihe abort I will do w cheap m the eheapeet I 1 hen tore toUott the patronage of aay friend an If I low otUseue of the UWiot. p aaotnality itriotl j otwerved, and work done la the beet nunncre Tun will plf aee mind yoar itope, and etop at ralatteff eeUbltohnteat. HO. M UiBtilana avaana (north etde). between SUth and SeTtnth etreeta r 6 -Blgai pat ap free of charce, aa natal . bot at rilO INVKRTORIAID FATBHTIfiKw L MUNN CO , proprietor! of the Solentl&i Amertean. and af eata for procmrtag Xnterloan and Foielgn PATSNTfl, With tiulten Tear$ Kxptntmcx in IA4 mwu Brier lo Hon Jndfe aCaeoa.Hoa. Joaeph Holt, Hon W. O. niKhopLci.Conia.liloner orfateati, and lo more than fifteen thoniaad tnventore who have had bnilnoM doae throaxh Knnn ft Co 'a Pat ent Aieoey. PampUlftt ol ad toe arnt free by aaaU. Patent Lawi and aegalauoai, lao paiM aeau BIRil No eharca for toualtatton , orally ot by man. PrclinJaarv finaaalnatlon In United Btataa Pntan Offloe, ll. omcM.No ITParkBow.ZfawTorktVTaahlnfton corner of 7 and Strata itreeU.oppotltethe Patef OSee. tnarle oif LKONAIIO HCUTP eK CO.'B RKPRIKT OriUR BRITISH REVIEWS BLACKWOOD'S0 MAGAZINE I Leonard Bcott ft Co , New York, eontlnae to pub li.hlhe following leading Brltkh Periodicals, via t 1 i he London Quarterly, (Coutervatlra ) 7 lhor.dlnbBrgr.I.evlewlWhlg) 3 1 lt North Urltbih Review, (Vree Church ) I I bo Wretmlntetcr Review. (Liberal jT a H tack wood s .Kdinbnrgh Hegaiine, (Tory.) Then Periodicals ably represent the three great political parties ot Great llriuto Whig, Tory, and Kadical but polltlca forms only one feature of their chariuxer. As Organs of the moat proibuad writers on Science, Literature, Morality, and Beiigton, they stand, at they ever have stood, unrivalled in the uerld of letters, being oontldered Indlipensabla to t he nebular and the professional man, while to the In lelligent reader of every class they furnish a mora correct and satisfactory record of the current litera ture of the day, throughout the world, than ean be possibly obtained from any other source. NKWOLUMEfl OF TUB FOUR. EN8LMI REVIEWS AND BLACKWOOD COMMSNCS JOLT, 1M1. KAKLY COPIES. The rffplnt of ADVANCE tHKRTfl from the ltrltiflh publishers gives additional value to theee Keprints, Inasmuch as they can now be placed In the bsnda of subecrlberi about as soon as tha original eviiuune. TEHH8. For any one of the four Rerliws, perannnm IS or any two of the four Reviews, a 1- or any Uuee ol the four Reviews, " " T tor all four of the Reviews, " I Porltlackwood's Magazine, " " a or Hlackwood and one Review, " ' .,,,, I 1-ur Blackwood and two Reviews,1 " " T or Btackwood and three Reviews," 9 For Blackwood and the four Reviews, " 10 rayraenis 10 do raaae in an catci in aavanoa. Money current In the State where Issued will ba re celvca at Par. 1 ci.vbbimo. A difoount of twenty five percent from the above itiKc. will to alloweU to Clulie ordering four or more copkiof anyone or moreof the above worke. Thuei t our etplcii of Blackwood, or of one Hevlew, will be ecnt to one addrew for fOj four coplce of the lour KCVlewe ana niacswogu lui ew i anu eu vu. pnarAOE In all the principal ciilee and towne, theee work. Will V. uviitcivui bfj mw Awoavau. ( ernt by inall. Ue roetage to any part of the United btatee will be bat (wmiycur onu a year for " Black, wood," and bnt iwrfeen nii a year for eaoh of the H, 11 J he price In (treat Urilaln of the Bve 1'erlod icau aoove namea u aui per annum etemltlancea for any of vhe above pobllcatlont euould alwaya be eddreaaed, poet paid, to the pub. lliher., LLOWAItl) ULOll It CO, nov2o NaMOoldet .NewVora. m- Til B PlNPHT STOCK or CLOTIIINO IN the united fitatee Is nowoflpTedat leee then whole. ale piloe at No. 400 beveath itreet, oppoalte Post Oinco,by r 7 J. W.TCI.KP, vviwfiy wee uaii s tfswu ntviv. lS5 Extract Sucha, Extract neha, Extract aeitt, lxtraet Backs, Extract Baehu, Kxtrut Inarm. tract fiusn, Extract sneau, Extract Backs, Kvtrut Bnehn. I AI ft M V ' BXPKBSS dOPANY. .All rail from new york. lortyonJaouraa: Thle Coapaar e prepared to forward all klnite 01 goode to aad Hon x .i I ..,.0000 01 Broadway, OOoe T Coif reee rtreel HKW TORK.,,1..., ir 'BOSTOK " I " FniLADBLFUll.. BALTIMORE ariKYANtkwf al and xCooxreeeSqiare, .OOot ait.Cheraat etreet ,. OSee Camden Statloaj ,..umoe too King ttreer, I 'jiRKArOMS,' ' rOBTRESS xtDNROlT, : I NBWrORTNEWS, PORT KOYAX, And the (oathern Bloekadlaf Sqoaaroae, AT FAIR RATK8. JaaM- ' ' SOItOIKHx)' HUIKY ALLOTMENT DttAIfTS. TUKADAUS EXPRESS COXPAKr will forward. SOLDIERS' REMITTANCES to their faaaUlee at ear place on (he llaeecf Ihelr Axpren. ei a energe vi . i, TWENTY FIVE CEMTB lor aaraavvot exoeedlej . KMtf OpUare ; and a proportionate aaaiuonai ooarge id piaece rcaooca .. I "" by eonnecrlei F.ipreeeee. " The remltttnoe, whethrr Ootd, Treaenr? Note! or Allotment Draftj. ahoaM ba eaeleaed fata eaeelona aadeecarely ecaled,aad have the fall aadreeitla' cladlng towa, poet ofllee. aad Sta'a t aad la cltiee, the ereet aed namiMrl of the pereob lo whoa to be tent, aad Uie atnooat legibly marked thereon, tinrelopee for tble imrpoea maybe had at or To facilitate prompt dl very, the chelae forre mttteacc Ihcu'd be prepaid " ' 7 marii iae AUAH3 KxrHtsi raannt. CHARLES LONDON CORDIAL GIN MT. rZ2J? IKT 1 ifllmmtiAJ MlMlJ.M 'UlMlUfi I; tilled in Lovdoii. ud W p totcljr In qnart and pint bot tit, to meet th rcoilrcmenti cl ttrw.-voair. UrafftflU, ul thoM to whoa Port and Tfudulttr. aUd Ulitor U a HataaU? or a Ltu&rf, It to th oldMt MUbUnhed of ait lh Dims (I) ratou have started Into axtottnoe .pen th baali ol Uwelt-deMrved and hard-earaed eufbrity. ' It haa no connection with, and U ta no way like the traKhy ntntnrea told aa i Kaox.ua On." or H Old Ton.1 or1 Loaoox Dock," or m Ixm On," to. , ao . no atatter how mnoh antlqalty " or " rt tpeoUbtlUy ' ta aaannted by their befettcra. Dr. Talentlna Kott, of New Tork, aaa i It U tar preierabie to even f oaa uouana urn, ana u ui WdmrUcUofiukimd IUm tvr tern" 80 iit then andc of phraletana. The Htw TorkHtraia, atyi: " Wt are tarprtaad in oenvBeuu emu; i- w n nrun enie-aaerv w The phlladelpkU Udr aayet " It haa no tape liar, tf an eqmaf. In mtdlflioU vlrtaea." The jrewOrlaea Weayana ayii',,n.re to no remedy on earth lor dytpepau eqnal to It" The Boaton Journal aayi "Aa a beTtrata, u a frart BUTer h itbiiium (, ei ww bv qiwr ttoouaadiBWMB." m&fEZ in alouaai or health.lt to yourgmtest Mand. B. BALDWIN CO . flota lnroBTiaa, 91 Liberty itzeet. New York. eoldUWi rTaahlnfton by LOVtCLL, COLLE8 ft CO ', 310 K atreet, near Pa. ar I BU- JTaai MTCeiaV, And dealers f eneraily. daoldV-ly rno tub ownvmum or tiik aaht Jnt arrived, n dircol Importation per ftcamct PnltoB. from Karape. a vary fine and larf t annrt meat of Marine, Opera. Field Glaeeei, and TeV aoopee.whlohlwlUeall a Ttry little abore taaaoat In Parla. to the qaaUUes, there axa none aape rlor to be had, harlan been aeleoted pnrpoatly for title market. Alto, a urge and well aeaorted itooi ot Opera GlaeaM,Btloroaoopea(Mld,aUTer,aadelael SneeUoleennd JCre Ulneeei.enrud to the debt bv thenaaofanOptonMter. Jagoonalderable namber ol peruncnice 10 oe wen n. my orsoe. irom gtnucracn who bare been raited at my old crtablienaent 06 Pcnmjlniiaanine, btwtta Fonr-ind-t-half and Uxih Stnets. Mr Katn.B)ISnktanBiC U ma atAlra. OUtm fuuikmm. Tk4 trade aapplied. oatlo-ly B ATKB am WOOD, wuousiui axo xrriiL dxilxm a ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES, oomaTwa or rieklee, rreeerve.. CaUipe, BatOM Jelllee, iWlta, Ollvee, Bardiaee, BaUdOUa, Oholoe BeUabee, rjoadeaaed mix, Mnitarde, PBESEBTEO HEATO, FISH, BOUTO, Ao. Pare Winti and Liquor, by Ihe Faekagi CIQARS AND TOBACCO. jayAteaU for Tlldea'e Extraot ol Coffee, with avgar iuiu uu wnvhw. renneylvaala avenue, WAsnisems, v. o. 1 deo IT-tf L1VAJIB WATSOM'B FUlLADELrillA 8ALAUANOKH, FIRB AMD BUBQLAK PEOOy S A. JP E S . Store, It eoath Koorth itreet, Philadelphia, l'a. Order, received by W. D. BBKPHEBD. Comer of HereaUi and D etreete, aa IT-ly . WeahUurtoa, O. a pATHBT ATTOUHKVI. MASON, FENWickT & LAWRENCE. CHARLES MASON, Late CcmailariODer of Patenti. BOBEBT WTrEKWICK, 1 irteen yean la Patent Afenoy Buiaeei. Oa WITT O.IaWUKNCB, Late member of the Patent OUtoe Appeal Board, OFFICE IN WASHINGTON, D. 0. W ova-Patenta procured AU Jnformatloa neeea. aary to obtain a pateat Knt free of eharf e JaaaS-tf JUST UECKtVKD AT L A. MULL A CO '8, IO.30I Seventh between 1 and Katrcet, new stuck of CLOTIIINC1, VU11N1SUINU GOODS, TRUNKS, UATa and CAPS. r A. BUALL k CO '3, No 301 Seventh street AU netween l and K CLOTHING. KUK.VI8 and K. la the Dlace to buy y ...K.acV. vn .'..nna wnA.Fvu inu ujyiuat snumvo, HATS aad OAPa, at New York prices nflMF. ONF. AND AT.T. AT T. A. RElll, A J CO '8, No 301 Ueveoth street, between I and K, tnbayyourOLOTlUNU.fUaNlSIII.NUGOOUS, TaTOW IS YOUUTIMKTOBUVYOUB CLOTH. !. INC1, FUUNISUINO UOODSI, OA1S and HAPS at very low prices, at L A llKALl, CO , fla ova tiuhi, weinvsu a au sk lunu. mar fl I Jim IVKBYUOOY'a ATTENTION IS CALLED aiia ur new siooa oi opruig uiouung, vxrnisninj Y"'jj uuyue, smBs., ssaie nan vsps, a. ao lav acveni tmoppneiMtMlraMOsweV; swK-eUa NfAY supMKn-itan-ea - wJ. a-a l?Zn 1 , nTI kJtrATK9T, t BHttt!rtlrUul (loflllVt !"& it, IMS M(rropoaalileriaTy flappllet ' wUl b rtxlred at tlili Barraa uaUl v o'clock A. at , oa Wedaetdar. Ue soth day ol April next, for fnnbnlnf and dellr' crlngrea reoelTlag ten dare not toe, tcoept for bta enit.fc'r which fire dayi' noHea ahall be glren lor evary thirty I ho wend poanda reqairtd) at the Ual tru DMIfl BTT 7rV, W DftTireiOWD, jiBewacna HUt; Broothre, New fork! aad Philadelphia, Pena eylvaala, ench qnntltlee nt ol the following arll ew ai may be rrqalred or ordered from theooatrjo tora by the cliUf of Ihlibaretu.or by the reepectlra oommindJng tfflocri t r tha aald aaty yirdi, daring the lUcal ytar tad leg Jaee ao, ism, flu ftli cult, flffufi rice, dried applet, -agar, ten, eoflee. beam, oiotaesca.Tlnfger, and whltky. ipThableemtthallbe made wholly from iwret ta pe r (In t flour, ef the maaaraetara tf the year 1401 of Itftt.t bnt aiitll la all oaeea be mannraatnred from floar made c.ftbe oiop Immedlatelyj preceding tha datnof tht nqalilUone for the tame, and tnall be faUy tquM In quality, and conform hr rlie aad thipe. to the nnpW whtoh aredepoaMedln the etld naVyyardat ahall bo properly bakedf ttkoronghly klln-dr(vd, well packed, and dllTeredrte orchcrt toithe TJblied tater,ln good, tound. well dried, bright fldarftarielf. with the bcada well aeerared. or la air and weteyttght whlakyor spirit .barrel, at tha option of the Ilarean ir , --r- fate floar thill be eanel ta the btt IllthmftBd end Baltimore brands, and or tha maanfacure af wheat grpwa in the year lMt or leal; bat ahall In all oeers be'mannfactarad Irom pare, aonndr I rtah gromad wheat 01 the O'op Immediately Dreoedlag the dates weet.andln ell ie Mete ot ihe beet nntlltr and shall be dellrered In good ehlf ptog order, free of all charge to the United fiutet, la the beet new. well eevaned.tonad. brleht berrtle. or heir berrclt. sji tha cats maybe the UretaBd hcadlogtioba of red oak of the beet qnallty; strong and well hooped J won liming novpe eruueu imu utaa, asn eQBM in ,H11IJ lUaWlllflV 1alIVI BIIVaBaUUHeal'TtUaiewTCW half bati tie tobi conridered as a barrel, aad not more man ore mini 01 me rrqairec qvanury to do Inhalf hirrtla the riot .hall beoftbeTeirbaetqaaUty and of the crop tmmeaiateiy precioiag tna dates or me re nnltlllAM INT thm timtMaa. t. 1 " M J.I.lA .t-.k.lt tx A .t VaaaV An.llta 1mm A M mm wlll llMaUBll as VI H vn, UHBtiiv, eaau hell bb nraun-ed bv turn drvOiieBlr.andof tha enm of tha an-umn Immediately .reedina:the dates of the rcqaldtlont for the same; and thai! be dellrered In packages containing not mora into thice fcaadred pounds. I ne inna noupi vh ina itairvii ana out nami eonlalctsg whUky, m?laaMS, and Tlaegar to be well painted with red lead The sngsr shall be dry and fit for packing, and equal In qaalliy to tht bent liars n anger f he tea ahall be of good qutllty Oolong, rqaal to the ramplea at said navy-yards, and bo delivered In balfacdnaarter cheats only. The ooffee ehatl bs equal to tha bast Ceba, accord logtoaample. 1 The tcaos shall be ol the very best qaalliy white beans, and shall b of tha crop Immediately preced. log the tntes of the reqnla tlon for the same, 81 pounds to ot tiken aa one buahel 1 he moleewe shtl be folly equal to the very beat quality of Ifew Orleans molaawa, and shall be dtlJv ercd la new, well-eeaMmed red oik barrels, and half barrels.snd with whtu sine heads not tees than lj; inch thick; the BtaTee not lets than H loch thick ;tli barrels and half baiicls to be tliret quarters hooped, and, In addition, tohave four Iron boips one on etch bilge. ' Inch In width and 1 leth inch thick, and one on each chime inch In width and I lath luch thick and shall be tborouably coopered and placed la the bt at shipping condition, one third the qaantlt j to be In half barreU If required by the Bu rean. ' ' The TUegar shall bs of the first quality r quel to the standard of the United States Pbarmavols. and shall contain no other than acetic acid, and hail ba delivered in barrels and half barrels similar In all respects to those required formolaeees, with tAnetToeDiion that tor.ii eo stavu and heads thall ba suDtUtuted for red-oak staves and white pine beads, ana tneu ue uiurvugarj goopervq ana piacca in the best shlpplrg order, one third to be In half bar. rel. Ihe wbiiky shall bs made wholly from grain, aoundandmerchtnttble, and be full first proof ao- and ahall bo double rectified It shall ba delivered in good, new. sound, blight, three-quarter hooped, waTt-Bnaaoned white oak barrela and half barrela. with white oak heads, the heads to be made or three Rlece heading, and well palated; the itaves not to be sat than tr inch thick, and tho heads not leas than i laoo thukt and caon Mrrei and nair oar-ei sniu be coopered, 1b addition, with one three penny Iron hoopoa each bilge IK Inchla wldtb.and 1 10th lneh thick, and one three peony hoop on each ohlme, IK Inch In width, and 1 loth tech thick, aa per dla gram The whole to be put in good ahlpplag order, free of all charge to the Halted States, one-third to bs in half barrels All tho foregoing dsscrlbed articles, embracing eamfta. barra't. nalibirrela. and boxae. ahall ba tub. lecttosnch inspection as the ehie of ihallutean of lTovidions ana uiommg may oirec., uw intpecurg officer tabe appointed by the Nary Department AUiaspfoiiOBJ WMBioepiaoiueuTrr. xukui. may, however, ba Inspected at the place of manu facture, but will In all eaaea ba aabject to a final In section at the place of delivery before the bills are iineu lucTTwr. rTh.. nrfawa of all the fortetntiir arllelM Ia hi Ihe same throughout the year, and bidders may ofler for one or more artlelet, acd his effer will be accepted lor int. vara ror wnien nwpryrotai may oe iowch, and where mora than one article Is awarded to a bid. der the articles wilt be embraced In one or more contracts at the option of tha Bareau All the casks, bar.els, and half barrels, boxes or naaaaeeetitiall be marked with their oontentt and ibs contractor ' name. All the barrela aad half barrel! of flour and bread snail bare, la addition to the above, the year when manufactured or pat ap mariea upon incm , . ThaaaisD ee referred to In this advettlaement are those .elected for the enanlng lUcal yesr, and haa ne rtferrnct to tuca w Aarectvn jnvmni fznouta ) The quantity of theee artlolee whleh will be re. quired oaaaotbo preelaely etatao. Thewllproba' WybeaDoat Btaenlt tf e.000.000 Ibe. Hoar ;...... ewobbU luce eooMibe Urledapplee t00,ooo Ibe Bujar , oeo.ooo Ibe Tea ...;,...,. i,, 7,WJ Ibe. Coffee...... 74,000 Iba. Beaae 14,000 baahele lloUueei , eooo gauone. Vinegar so 000 gallon.. Wkliky 150,000 a-aUoaa. The quantities el ary or all may r Doeaorei ased or dlnunUhed The cootracta will therefore be made, not lor speelno quantities, but for euch qusntltice as lite service easy require to be delivered at these navy yarns, iwpeouveiy. liveries are required must establish asenclee at such place., IhatnJ delay may arise In (uralshlsg what may b required, and when a contractor lallspronpt ly to comply wllharrqulslUoaitheChlelorUie Bu reau of Provisions and Clothing .lull be auUurmd w uircoi puronaw. iu ue wane vu supply ine uvu ol.nev. uader the twnaltv to be exniCMted la the coa- tr.oi , ihe rco?rd of a reqatiltlon, cr a duplicate oopy thereor. at theHuieeaof Provlilon. and Clothier, or at either of tbo navy yards aloresaid, shall be eviuence mat sucn retUwiuon nas oeen mail, aou MfietTed. beparate olTers rauit be made for ech artlole at eaoh of Ihe aforesaid navy yards, and In ease more than one article Is contained In the offer, the Unlet of the Bureau will have the right to occept one or more of the artiolei contained In such cfler, and re Jest the remalLder, and bidders whoee propossls are accepted (aad none otheis) will be forthwith notified, and a. early as practicable a oontract will be trans mitted to tliem for execution, which contract must be returned to the bureau wlthla Ova days, exolu alve oftbe tune required lor the regular transmlieioa Af tha mall. Two or more approved sureties, In a sum t qaal to the estimated amount or the re.pectlve contracts, will ve ituuuvu. uu ,,hi pvc VU,U1U W RyillUH will be withheld from the amount of all. paymeoU on eooount thereof as collateral security, In addltloa. in scours m ncrioriiiaiiDe. ana not in inr cveni la oa ald until It li In all respects oompl'ed with n Blank forme ol proposals may be obtained on ap. pitceuoa v uie navy aa"!. ai t ur.uiiuuiii, his liampsnire, uoeion , a e w i oia, rniiaacipma, iiaiu. tore, and atthls Tluresu. A record, or daplloate of the letter Informing a Jldder ol the acceptance of his proposal, will ba eemed a uotiuatlon thereof, wltn'a the meaning .1 ine act oi ism, ana nie diu wui oe ami ana ac oepted lo oonlormlty wl h this nndersundlng. 1 l.verv offur made must be aocorntdkhed lu di rected In the act of Congress making appropriations for the naval service lor lsts-itf, approved loth of August, l&to) by a written guarantee elgned by one or more reeponilols persono, to the effect that ne of tliey undtrt.ke that the bidder or blddere will, II hi. or their bid bs accepted, enter Into aa obligation Wiiuin live uaye, wim goon eoo, sonicient lurcurs, to furnish the supplies proposed. The bureau will Sot be obligated t consider any proposal unlets ao sompanled by ihe guarantee requited by law, the navy agent, district attorney, or collector of the euatnms. Th. attention ofWidm it called ta tht tampUt and d$- ATiplUM aniiu required, at, intA liupeottonfor rteep turn, a Just lid rigid compariton will U made leiween ihe arttclet offered and Iki tamjilt aad I onrotr, rfcririiv none Aot fittl Uloio them; and Ikeir attentiim it alto vartknlarU dtredai Is Iks JMiU nuJulwn exilX March, IsM.snd 1) Us act cihtlUK Juswsl.lssii. ap g lawlw i NKRVOUS DEBILITY, k on BK SrElUUTOItUHCEA, V Is posit positively Incurable by any means but those I ad I ysoste. Before commencing asv treatment, learn I how the welter actually cpatn himself, 'and labso- nil utaatlyhandrcds of ethers'' Enclose a postpaid, tMPerserlks'saTeleps w Meal 'tie. CharUstown, ,A Trip lo MiBVsMs'ariw'ly.cl.lly. cVCfJIDCD.1 ' r ine war to tub vlvnx rntLh Hevlnr Dirlakeo ol a eood breakfael. W aat oni lor the ball I. groand.-; II had rained dar ing tha. night, and the morning waiwet and mlilv. No horeea or convevaDcen of anr kind ooolil be procured, lo that we were'6Dliged (a waix, ue oinance Deing aooot roar mun. we oonld procare no guide, and therefore relied upon ecrae gem ral dlrecuona given b; our col ored landlord. The, fields were very wet, Ihu ocCMlonal road. ''muddy, and the dripping wooae more oraaagreeaaM man eitner. l On the way, we eoeooiHered-aeveral parllea of,eoldleri',and,clvlllan, aad are agreed to keep together 'at A meaaUra'or rnntnal elfetv; Inaemucn aa it was gencrall understood in the nrlgbborbood that rebel 'trooperr and disloyal citizeni were prowling' over the fields lor boa uieiparpotMira-Mii emoe.raj retarn, -i nava learned, tbat a body of, rebel, luthat rlclnlly craelly murdered romo of our 'picket, and added to their alaugbler Tie bttbaroua attocltj of cutting their tbroala, and then banglog Ihe bodice upon trera, where the.wero found. anaKDONED BOXKS-TIIU OKKIaiL DESOUTtOI. Ever farm bouae bad bren deaerted bj Ita owner', while the marmlon and all tbat the rebel mauler saw proper to leave waa in the keeping ofjeome of hie slaves. In soma cases, slaves and ill bad disappeared, and the bouse aad. Ita contents left to te, fearer of marauders. In baaaing one of these deserted mansions, some & .uupiiiwtia nviuivii, nuv ire. u uaimu wiwi utt entircd, and, despite our efforts to the con. trarj, vommenoea ine won ot aesiraonon, ana continued it until there was nothing more to destroy. lo all Ibis rezion, the desolations ol war were painfully visible. The fences wero gone, and the fields badly cut up by army trains. Not a horse or an ox did we tee. One farmer had four cows, and another tbreo or four pigs, and a colored family a few chickens hid away In a cellar, no preparations were oemg made to cultivate the fields for the approaching season. Upon some plantations an the umber had been cnt off, so that the great problem now Is, bow to make fences. Out the rebel 'owners will not return until thev hear that Coogrees has not bad nerve enough tar pare a confiscation act. Then they will return and reanume their former power, and again control the affairs of tneir county, ana oy a political union control the citato. Tha onlv war to orevent this. Is at once to confiscate their estates,' and te them in small farms to Northern meal who will settle upon them, and thus regenerate ana reorganize tne uio uomioion, ami esianusa uueny wnere It has never been known before. ,On our way we passed through several log cabin encampments, and taw others In every direction. There were no masked batlerles,1 no forts or earthworks of any klad, between, the ruiroaa ana mo oaiue-grouna. C1UVIS. iAs we approached the field of blood, gravel became more frequent, eome or uem were Indicated by a little hillock of earth, others were enclosed within a tence, some had trees, bashes, or rails thrown over them-and upon Ibe edge of a small pond we found a number ol graves, eome of them In the water; some of them bad bead boards, with the name of the deceased. One was the grave of a Virginia soldier, and the Inscription told us he waa of Lexington. The legend about these graves is, that on the day of the battle, some soldiers stopped to drink, and were killed while thus engaged. Near the cond we discovered a crave recently made, with this Inscription upon the hesd board: Fourteenth N.Y. 8. M., found, March 14th, 1B0Z." TUC HU1N8 or A UOOSG WHICH STOOD UI T1IK MUST Of TUC UTTU". The next object of Interest was the ruins of a house destroyed during the battle, as the story goes, by the shells of. both parties. II stands uoon a hill, a abort distance from the Cenlreville turnpiko, and the storm of war raged neroeiy arouna ena aooui it- mum me aoor yard there la a solitary grave, covered wllh rails, but no Inscription. The people of the neighborhood say that It Is the grave of a col ored woman who was killed in the house during the fight. Human bones, and parts of the body, with the skin drv and hard, were found In abundance In the Immediate vicinity of this ruin ; and to were musket balls, bent and broken bayonets and swords, old gun stocks and pieces of gun barrels, and a variety of other warlike Instru ments ; but they are all fast disappearing, as almost every visitor carries off something as a souvenir. Near the house Is a monument erected over the grave of a rebel hero, who la said to have fougnt with so much gallantry, that Beauregard promoted blm upon the field, and within the next hour, be fell In the thickest of the fhlhl. and was burled upon the field of his glory, and a monument erected to his memory. The stone Is fiat disappearing, for soldiers and civilians clip off small pieces and carry them awsy. AN OLD VntOIKU TA KEN. Leaving Ihe ruins of the shelled house, we descended the hill, crossed Young's Branch and the Fairfax and Warrenton road, upon the side of which wss a house formerly kept as a tavern by a man named Mather or Matthews. Ills bouse was much Injured during the battle, by the flying balls, and the walla still bear tho Impress of their power. After the fight, the rebels took possession, and kept It until the general stampede. The old landlord haa re turned, buthe found nothing butahousebaltered to pieces, and he certainly presented a very sor rowful appearance as he sat upon his door step relating to us the story of his wrongs. lie did not speak In the highest terms of Ihe rebels, for they had desolated his home, destroyed every thing, used up all his whisky, and ruined him. Ue raid he could soon make a fortune now by keeping a hotel, but he had nothing to keep it with, and he seemed to have no other business than to sit and brood over bta melancholy con dition. A young man, supposed to be bis ton, wss with bim, and he gave great offence to the military gentlemen present by his rebel talk. Ho waa a thorough secessionist, made no dis guise of It, and waa quite offenalve In Ills re marks. Some of the boys " proposed to take blm prisoner, bet they Dually concluded that be would be harmless, and they let him remain. The Inside walls of this old tavern are covered wllh soldiers' namea and Inscriptions, aome of tnem quite ammmg. D0E3 AND 00DIK3 DDKIED IPON TUB HILD IN iiimxasm ceilekonv, Wo were told at the tavern that within a hundred yards, the bodlea of several Union soldiers killed In the battle wcro still lying upon tho surface of tho ground, unburied. A targe crowu nau aireauy assemnieu aooui thim; bones, and purls of bodlea, were scattered about In every direction. Some of the arms and .legs were still covered by tho uniform worn oy me gauani soiaier wncn ne renaerca up bis life. The spot where they were found, was the place occupied by the Twenty-seventh New Yotk, and the bodies were supposed to have belonged to company II. Several of the Twenty seventh were there, and recognized the locality, ana ins very soot wnere company u fought, and where many of them fell) they also recognized the clothing as belonging to their regiment. Several bodies were discovered In a gully, formed by the lata rains, end through Which ue waters if om tne mil had been cours ing for some time, and thus exposed the re mains. While contemplating this illustration of tho horror, of war. a lanr. party of civilians ar- rWttl, among whom wore Prof., Cambridge, of if.-'rrof.'Havwriod.la of dharlnttewvllls ; Dr. Bennell, of New Vorki J,1L Frosland rnivoi n. j.: Key. unarm pursier, of iubmsi aHd fir. Van.Ylcet, of tho Waehlngtoa, pity Borne on of this party 'proposed tha't'tlM rr mains be Immediately collected and buried. Mr.'VanTloot took .charge of the ceremonies, dispatched a soldier to. the tavern for a spade, arid had the bones and fleshy remains collected add placed at lie foot of 'a tree agalnifwhlch a wonnded soldier had reclined during the heat off the bailie. The, old tavern keeper refused lo zive the soldier a spade, but 'an tmneraffve demand being maaV, he gave It np. ' The Iter.' Mf. Parker then look the) spade, iand broke ground for the gravej-ltjvaseoon finished by the gallant Twenty-aevenih, and then the re mains of their brother, heroes Were deposited, w. hope. In their final resting1 place. The aol dlera and civilians now galheeed around the grave, and uncovered, lisurned to an eloquent arfd patrlotlo address by Mr. Parker, who con cljided by an appropriate prayer, and the rjlorrt ceremonres were finished by turylog the' dead.' The bodies la the gully ware also covered with frtsh earth, and a new channel made for, the descendlog water, so that they will not again be disturbed.-' Many hard featored, weatBerbeaten soldiers, shed tears over this irrave. as the Im pressive yjorus of the spaaker fell upon their, esrs. timers teas pious, mutterea carves ana ven geance against their enemies, for their Inhuman treatment of Union soldiers. , ueadmoh bodixs rcr.niL uiBnisiTirM. Vluch haa been raid aboutjebel barbarities, and no doubt trutbrnlly. It is said that large numbers ol human thills, which once belonged to) Union soldiers, were kept aa trophtea by the men at Uanaesaa. Wherever we went, we uni formly beard some story, Illustrating the Intense hatred b6rne by Southern soldleri lo the Yan kees) and all who knew anything on the subject told us Ibat the rebels out off the b'ads of Union soldiers, and that many graves hsd been opened far that rjuroose. One man-wbo had witnessed toe violation of graves and the decapitation Of ooaies, sola us now too noma wore was accom plished. Ha said that, after digging Into the grave a short distance, a fence rail was inserted, the shoulders pried up, the head cut off, and the frave leu uncovered, so mat a portion or the ody would be left exposed. In corroboration ol these stories, we would remark tbat all the unburled bodies we saw were headless, and a grave near the new one we made, bad the appearance of havlnir been vl- clated;oneendof Ihe-body was partially ex posed, and the bead was gone. Thesa extraordi nary facts led to the lcuutry which there elici ted the barbarous practices of the rebel soldiers and which subsequently were fully aad unmis takably confirmed. Not far from the field, a rain, who said he waa a surgeon, left at a farmer's house, a box of human bones, among them a perfect skele ton, which, he aald, be had obtained upon the battle ground from among the heap, ol slaugh tered Yankees, and that he Intended to take theft to Richmond. The general stampede oc curred before lab enterprudog surgeon return ed, and; the ..bones remain where he left them.v e r '.,,,,. . Tna suDject oi rcoei atrociues nas Deen De fore the Committee on the Conduct cf the War, aad the members or It say that It is true, to cording to the testimony of Got. Sprague and many others, that in some cases the graves which contained the bodies of our soldiers were opened, and the bones of the dead can led ofT, it be used as trinkets and trophies for secession ladles lo append to their guard chains, ic, while skulls were used for drinking cups. Those of onr dead interred by them were placed with their faces downward, and In repeated In stanc burled ono across another. The bar barities la respect to our dead are not, it Is farther said bv the same authority, exceeded bf any thing Id the history of tbo last four taoasana years. These savace barbarities were not only prao- tliod at Manassas, bat there Is testimony before the committee showing that the same practices prevailed at Pea Bldge. Tho testimony shows Incontestlbly that there onr dead were not only scaipea oy ino rencis iruwaa aiuea, uut in other resnects oatrstted. and In some caes the brains of th wounded w.re beaten out by clubs. Northern men cannot realize the Intense hatred felt br Southerners for the Yankees," as they call our free State men. The brutal atrocities perpetrated by them upon tho living and the dead are eome of the results of their fiendish hate, which the want of success will but inname. After a dav of unusual Interest and fatigue. our party returned to Munaisw, and taking a Government train, tediously made our way homeward. Further Particulars of the Ureal Battle The Killed ana Wounded. CiNcm-iTI, April 16. The (bminerclal has Information, Irom a person who left the battle ground at Pittsburg Landing on Thursday evening, retauve to tne results oi tue uume Be estimates our loss In killed at from 1,200 to 1,100; wounded, from 3,500 to 4,000; and piss ing at 2,300, The rebels lost more In killed than we did, and not so many wounded. About 1,000 unwounded rebel prisoners were taken, and about 1,200 wounded. Up to the time be left. 2.200 rebels had been burled. Our troops, he says, retook on Monday all the battetlcs which we lost on Sunday, and captured twelve pieces from the enemy. On Tuesday, Beauregard sent a tlig of truce requesting permission to bury his dead, and savins : Owlntr to the heavy reinforcements you received on Sunday night and Monday, and the fatigue of my men, I deemed It prudent to retire and not renew the battle." Tho permis sion asked for was not granted. The bearer of the flag admitted that Beauregard received a ailgnt wound in tne leu arm uunog tue uauie, , i i Another liuiiortaut Kallrond Connection of the Hebels Sev ered by the Federal Troops. Pi-nr-int rii I,iniNu. Anrll 11 A fcrco ol 4,000 men, on live transports, left tbo Landing on Saturday night, accompanied by the gun bnala Tsler and Lextnirton. and proceeded ud the Tennessee lo a point near Kmtport, Miss,, where they landed and proceeded inland to Bear Creek bridge, ana aeetroyea ue two bridges on the Memphis and Charleston rail road, one measuring 121 feet and the other 210 feet in length. A cavalrv force of 150 men was found there, who, after having tour killed, retreated. The expedition returned on Sunday night, without having lost a man. This la one of the most successful operations of lis kind daring the war, completely cutting otT the communication of the main body of the rebel army at Corinth with Alabama and the rest ol tbo Confederacy, except New Orleans. A flag of truce arrived at ihe oulpos's yes terday, with Governor Johnson's son, of Ken tacky, asking for his lather's body. From California.' Baji Fiuncbco, April 10. Edward Stanly will leave here bv the steamer of the 21st. to assume the duties of Military Governor of who have long known him. ooDtlder tita the belt man inatcouiu do wiecieu 10 unngiwui r .ml In. i buck to her aJleulince. rPl.n Tantalatnra haa aasaAii tin urr lAwtnrr ft lax of $30 each, per year, on all the Chinese a tax or $30 each, per year, on a I the Chinese !rr. t-r.lZTi !J.U h.1.., , ,ll l inu sbaw iv mo aw vj www, .,.., ?m Airlval of Gen. Halleck-Cleis. Grant's Oecta. HeportJ' Jn I ' l i dr Jj l. t! - HrJ Loral, April 15.8eversl gentlemen ood netted with (he army, at Pltlabnrg , Landing, armed here yesterday, among them Captain Llgon, of General 'Grant's 'staff, who Is the bearer or uenerai uranvs racial report si ue brittle of Pittsburg. He left the array on Fri day night. General Halleck arrived tbeio that day, and Immediately aaaamed command.' ETeneral Grant, In his official report? estimates orjrlce. at 1,300) killed, and 3,600 wounded. Tie. namber of Ihe enemy killed and left on the field is greater than oars. An estimate of their numbers cannot be made, asmanymuat bum) been Sent to Oorlntk and other plaoe. Oar loss In artillery waa great, many pieces be ing disabled by the enemy's shot -eome bat teries losing ail mer norsea ana many oi werr mht. Not lesa than two hundred horses were killed. . ITbe rebel arm haa Its headanartera at the foot of Pea IUcige, 'ex'. coding two miles from Corinth.. . " "' . iThei aslles 1 oily l Ajbattl The sdvarce nl'the Federal troop M eight i neyona riitaoorg. leaving a space oi two miles betwefu.thfl. opposetng armies, ttle may thus be brought ,on at any mo ment. We bavo strong assurance that our ar my is realty ror tne enoonmer. A . '-! 1 Navy Chaplains, IA corrcrpicdsnt urges the appointment of a few additional chaplains In the U. t. Navy, fcr tbje following reasons: The number of chaplains In the navy Is 24, tbo complement for a peace establishment, when the number of men was limited by law to 800, There are now more than fire times that namber of officers and men employed in the service, and yet there has been no increase la the number of naval chaplains. Destdes Nor folk, we have navy-yards at Portsmouth, N. II.. Boston. New York. Philadelphia, Washington. Pensacola, San Francisco. Cal. At Benton, New York and Philadelphia there are also re ceiving snips and naval asylums, in wiucn are rarely ever lees than from 300 to AOO men sub ject to be drafted Into sa going vessels, or who have returned disabled from service alloat. Several of the chaplain ard considerably ad vanced In life, and more or less invalid and Inllrm. One-third of the whole number ol naval chaplains might bo properly employed 'at the store named places, leaving enly 10 to bo dis tributed among the elilpi in commission ur On active service. In all the bills from Ibe mili tary committees tbat were passed at the Iiw-t ee.48 on or uoncrries. nrovlslou was made lor tha employment ol regimental and brlgado chap lains, and there are now about ISO la the army, or more than twenty times as many as those In the navy. The followioc Is a list of sblns to which no chaplains are attached: Mall Vesstl No Quae OOlcers ie Mei. Sabine oU Santee 50 St. Lawrence 0 about 500 .100 00 500 300 300 400 400 Potomac 50 Savannah 21 Constellation 21 Steamers Colorado 40 Roanoke 40 'Brooklyn 23 Hartford 20 Pensaoola 20 Six other ships 100 270 270 270 1,200 irs 5,410 By a reeulallou of the Navv Department. chaplains are assigned only to flagships. And since the Introduction of steamers Into the ser vice, most commanding officers prefer fur va rious reasons to hoist tucir uaga on board one oi inose vessels, wnite tne second, third, ana fourth ships of his squadron may be a first class frleate. like tbo bantee, with SOO men or more, aro-eol frigate like the Savannah, or a flrst-clasn eloop-of war, like the Constellation, either of which may haro more men. and all sailors, than the flag ship. And yet, by this arrangement,, tney nave no cnapiain to go wttn tnem, to snare tneir privations ana perns; to enueuvor to eievste ana improve tneir social and moral condition, and finally to say a word ofadmoiitlon or warning to the livfog over the dead, when their lifeless bodies are launch ed ever the lee side or the ship Into their uncof fined craves. To save from degradation so numerous a class of our fellow men as la now, and eyer must be, made up of sailors, of every class, forms a grand political desideratum to our country. Ana to soitea ine ions oi a inu necessarily full of hardships, and fortify It against constant dangers, by Imparting the hones and consolations of tho Gospel, opens a Held of generous, benevolent and holy action to which every philanthropist, patriot and Chris tian may araen.iy aspire to enter. Miscellaneous Items. Citoi-3 it tue WIST; The papers of Southern Indiana and Central Tennessee report that the wheat, eraln. and fruit crops nlve promise of a more abundanat nd healthy yield than for many years past. The late rains, It appears, have been wide spresd, visiting all the surrounding oouniry, re:resniog me eorin. PinsriM itRrnvvLow Tvvirrn to Boston. The Ancient and Honorable Company have Invited the celebrated Parson Brownlow, of Knoxrllle, Tenn., to deliver the annual election sermon before that body on the next Monday In June, at tne unauncy street unurcn. Slit. Mayor Ilalcb, or Cincinnati, haa brought suit against the proprietors of the Cin cinnati (hmmirclal for the recovery of $30,000 dsmages. Tho CbMmerclat says this has been done because or Its comments on the mayor's action or non action at the Wendell Phillips mob. A COIAM-D DbAUaTIC ENTIRTAIMirNT. A histrionic, musical and loclal entertainment was lately rriven tinder the direction of Mr. James J. Spelman at the Metropolitan Assem bly uooms in 1'rince street, ine oujeci oi mo entertainment was to adopt measures for the Improvement of the litrrct Bmun uncle, wnicu were some lime since so generously donated lo 8,000 colored poople of this state by that pnti- aathroplst. The entertainment wss a success. The house was crowded with an audience ol both white and colored A. I. ilem. AtiunuAt riifiu, Cuanuk. The amount of dimes and half dimes of American coinage, now forming part of the curr,-ncy In Havana, is very larrre. and la a irreat convenience to the public So generally bare these coins passed Into cir culation, tout many iraosacuuua ia iruuu nuve been reduced to the decimal division of a dollar. Visitors Irom the Slates " would find these coins the best to bring for small change, aa American quarters generally pass only for two dimes, or twenty cents, and ball dollars lor forty cents, vuuan iitraa. BxniL VAJiPALiaM. A letter from Banli' army says : " mere nas ncen a sau auair in tne ursi oat1 tallon of Michigan cavalry. Adjutant Phelps shot himself accidentally wullo assisting in moving a hsnd oar upon the railroad. Thla WaS EUU, UUb U1Q BCqUUI WHO UCatUCIUUB uuu Inhuman. Ten men, on the assurance that If they were unarmed they should proceed with nut nifileatAtlon to the next town to procure a coffin, wero seized and retained aa prisoners of war by the rebels. This Is of a piece, however, I wf th, the many acta which our unnatural enemy ta I wim ue many acts wntcn our umi.u.. uu,, a.ll7nT,.l.nllv nrnntraUmr aot OUlV here, but fc. -..rf r"rz-rtc. -rmw , ' i (riisv ifiTsMsaaar-iiB mmmr wAaiuajdTOsr. In lbs course of Ibe debate In the Hcnafi Airini.tipon the bill to abolish slavery In Ihe OlMft .oljWlttmblMrBuxaof Ohio, oldt 1.. - ij.1 -a irrts l rTho ODDonenta of , this .bill. ta.la.,.xnaa of their zeal, seem entirely lo overlook tho fact thkt not one cltlzm of Washington In a hundred one a slave, and that the Interests of this largi clss, except-tket despicable few who-' tnako at trkde of catching fngilivo negroes, all demand the abolition of slavery. Do ymt ask for proof bri this1 point J If you do, I will call yonr at-' tefatI6d to a few facts -whleh wtll render the proposition too plain to be questioned! '. - ' (The oly of Waahlnzton Is altaaledat tbo head ofj navigation on a noble river. J It Is accessible from the eea to the largest merchantmen, and eyen to sea-golog steamers. For natural beauty of, scenery, and for healthfuloesa of climate, It fas h aiaurpaataa. ,it is snrrounaed py a ifisuiy plcluresque and fertile country, and 'can com mknd Ihe waters of the Potomac for'mnnufao tutlng pnrpoaee'to an extent eqnalto the de maod of a doien Lowells. The National Treaa ufy baa rained upon it a ahower of gold tar two thirds of a cenlnry.IM streets are paved b act of Congress, and the earns 'power hair placed a palaco upon, every, hill, surpassing In rdagnllude..nd la delicacy of ejolsb the fat famed temples of ancient Greece, and eclipsing . any similar structures of modern Europe. -Yet, after all these advanlsgea of nature and cir cumstances, what Is Washington t ;Tbe New York press speak of It as a straggling Tillage, others have styled ft the city of magnificent , distances. Thesd distances between the really ' magnificent pobllo edifices arc now, however, ' being rapidly Oiled by Inferior private bouae. and tho national capital, stripped, of Its. more than regal palaces, would be regarded as a inira-raie western town oi iweniy years oia. If we look fur the causes of this stunted growth, this squalid contrast of pilbllo paUces ana private novels, wo una tnem la tne tact mat Washington Is surrounded by a largo slave holdlnz oonula ion. Baltimore baa been seri ously retarded In growth by the presence ol slavery; but lis burden has been light, com pared with that of Washington. Tbo counties surrounding the former never contained more than one slave to Ihreo or fotir whllo persons. sou me Ticinny ot ins iree bum oi rconnyiva ula haa constantly tended to increase Ihe dis proportion between tho two claseee. Washing ton, on the contrary, was cut on" from a lounly which contained more slaves than whilii per epns, and is surrounded on tbo south and west by a large slaveholdlog population. But a euo- uct statement of Ihe fleures will nawat the subject In a more satisfactory point of view. ine uiairici oi uoiumuia, in lis original pro portions, occupied both banks of the Potomac That south of the river was cut off from Fair- rax county, Van a large slaveholdlng county, which was Itself inched by other counties still more abounding in slaves. The portion of the District north of the river was taken from the counties of l'rlnco George's and Montgomery, In Maryland. The population of these was, in u to, as toiiowa: Willee Rlin. Montgomery 8,sc9 exss I'rloee George' io,oM 11, m Total 18,113 17,564 The two counties, therefore, contained 181 J whites, and 17J04 slaves. Theee facts will be sufficient to explain the slow progress of Wash ington to every canaia and intelligent mind ; but sophistry and falsehood themselves must must succumb when reference la made lo the parallel career of tho surrounding country in comparison with that in tho northern counties, where the slaves are not numerous. I hare already stated the population In 1790 of the wv wvu.n ui wsijioiiu. iiuiu wuioil sua present District of Columbia was cut off; but for the eake of the contrast with later census returns, I will repeat them : While,. Slia WSIUa SUvai. WIiIIm. &. IT'J) 17S0 ISM. ISM 1MU ISCkl Mni(omary..8soe ejMS31 sill ls.ool s,i:t Vr. deorse ..10,004 11,176 B,'H)1 I1A10 104) 11,178 lotal 1S,SU 1TAM 1,S0 l,eil 23,711 17,800 It Is not wonderful that the shower of gold has had so little effect In building up a city which Is surrounded by a country whose popu lation was less In 1850 than In 1790. Who can be surprised at tho result! Tho two counties oontained 18,513 whito inhabitants In 1790, and but 18,33S In 18301 They had also suffered a slight diminution In the number of slaves; Ihe number at the first period being 17,501, and at the latter, 10 624. This loss, however, was a real gain, and furnished a ray of hope that the evil bud reached its climax. In 18G0, however, the (laves again show a tendenoy to Increase, (specially la Prince Georgo's, while In both Counties tbe white population made unwonted progress. If slavery had been abolished ten yean ago In this District, the population of Ihe city and of the surrounding counties would now be ten per cent greater than It Is ahown to be by the crnsua of 18C0. I dismiss aa contemptible, any attempt to deny, In the face of these facts, that tbe exis tence of slavery fully explains the slow pro gress of Washington in wealth and population daring the last seventy years. If further illus tration were needed, however, It is furnished In tho parallel growth of Ibe comparatlve'y free counties of northern Maryland. Take for Instance the following counties In western Maryland! nhltat. b!ava. White. 81". Wklua. bUa 17IM. UUU 1840. tb). leeu two Wailiinstcn ...14,471 1.SM :e,iuo ,owi 3),m i,tu Alleghiny.... 4A3J v9I 31,833 lit 7,esi see Tctsl 1,0U 1A41 18,801 SSU SS.tHJl 3,101 These figures show that where tho propor tion of slaves Is small the progress In popula tion Is rapid; and it Is further apparent that tbe ratio ot Increase Is Inversely to Ihe number or proportion of slaves. Thus la the former ta ble, the Increase of population la Montgomery county, where the number of whites predomi nated In 1790, was much greater than in Prince George's, where the slaves outnumbered the whiles. And comparing this last, table with Ibe preceding, it Is apparent that the advance in (wo counties of Alleghany and Washlngtou, where slavery Is merely nominal,! has been manv times Greater than In Monttromery and Prince George's; while of the two, Alleghany, with scarcely one slave to twenty whites, has outstripped Washington county, which had nearly one to ten. Yet stronger Illustrations would be afforded If absolutely free counties were put In comparison with these slavehold lng districts around Washington. It la therefore demonstrated beyond the polut ot plausible denial, that tho great mass of tbe people of this city, who own no slaves, are deeply Interested la the success of Ibis measure, n mey own uuuatM or vacant iuw, u they carry oa trades or sell merchandise, II thav uell hooks or nrint nowsDaners. tf they carry on any branch of business except those 01 negro-traaing ana negro caicaiog, mij vu not fail to be benefited by Ihe abolition of ala very. Prentice says the Confederate troops In Ihe field consist mostly of flying artillery, flylnc cavalry, and flying Infantry. Tut Kixodom or Italt, aooordlng to official returns, possesses abroad just now 358 consular agencies, CS of which are In Great Britain, C4 In North America, and 45 In France. Cotton Uhowinu in Cocura China. Tbo Paris correspondent of the Timet says: Late accounts received from Cochin China state that cotton grows there spontaneously, and It Is hoped that iranoe will aome day draw such a lnptra minnlv of lb raw t material from that t i country that aha will no longer need to look to America for any. lit. wWl- ,saT.wWsVia.e WsWWfljsfflr: ! frjrfrVn8 W W W! . .'MV.wfJ,fT'v'K " ("V .'.'.