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WASHUVTON, MONDAY, iPRIL 21, 1&62
liEunuoF.ns heuvhold a
UKLJBBOLD'B MEWMBOf.lt S
Extract bubo, Extract gsonu.
axiroct at oops,
Bxtract Bnchu, Bxtract
tVtt SKCRICTAKD DKLICAT DI.WKDtXS.
tVK srCRlTAND DKI.KA1K DISORDER.
tOK XUCMlTAXt) ItKUCATK DlSnROKRX
Kilt NttlRlTAKD DtUCATK DHORDtRS.
IOR XKCKKl AND DtUCATM DlHURDrR.1.
CIS SKCRKTAND DMLICATR DISURDOX
10R XWItKTAND DKUCATK DLVIRIV a
A Positive and Hpaclfto Remedy
A I'.islllve ami Hpeclflo Remedy
A Positive nnd Rpeolno Remedy
A Positive and Bpeclflo Remedy
A Punitive and Spsclflo Remedy
A Positive and Hpeoino Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
FOR DISKAJUM OP THK
BLADDER, OltAVKL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
IILAUDKlt (HtAVKI, KIDNEYS DROPSY
ULAUDKU, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY!
lU.ADDHK, GIIAVEL, KIDNKYH, DltOFSl
IILAUDKlt GRAVEI,, KIDNKYH, DlioPdV
IILADDER UltAVU,, KIDNKYH, DKOPSY,
1ILADDER UUAVEL, KIDNEYS, Dlt'll'SY;
And all DUtaaet of nt Sexual Vrgani,
Awlall DiiHua of ike Srxual flrgaiu,
Alall Dueaoa of tlu Xexuat Orywu,
Awl all DiKOin of Iks fesual Orpmf,
AnJ all t.iteain of ike Fnuat Oryam,
And all thteaia of Ikt Sexual Orpaiu,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencles In Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudoncles In Life,
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudcncles In LI To,
Excesses, Expoeuros.and IraprudenclM In Life,
Excesso, Exnosures.and Imprudenclfts In Life,
Excesses, Exposures, nnd Irapritdenoles In Life,
From whatever cans. orUlnaUng.aml whether
txl ting In
Females, tsk. no morr Pills ' 1 bey ar. ol no avail
for Complaints incident to the sex. UN
Helmbold'e Extract lluchu is a Medlolne wuleb If
ptrfcctly pleusat In Hi
TA3TS AND ODOR,
Bat Immediate In II, action, giving Health tad Vigor
to the yraroe, Uloom to the Plld Cneek.andre
storing the patleat t a perfect ttate of
I1KAI.II1 AND l'UBITY.
itrlraUtl.l'e Kxtraot ltucha I prepared accordlnr
to PhtrnikCf and Chemielry, and U prcecritied and
nut mat .wvx.vi nmrciANs
Drlajr bo longer. I'rocare the remfdj at oace.
l'rleu It -r tottte, or etx lor tb.
Depot, 104 Moith Tf'h street, PhiladelpliU.
ItMurMra nf Itmir luclnlcil Ueailiri
Trying to palm ou tiieir nwn or other articlee of
ItUUItu on in rvfuiun m muvu w
.LMHttLU't) CZ-HltAtlT ilUCIlH,
1 he Orixioal and onlr Genuine.
We clemre to ran on the
uKuir ar mir AmiCLKi
1 heirs U wortnlew Is sold at much leu ratee and
oommla Ions, cooecqueDtlr paying a much better
WB DEFY COMPETITION I
Hclmliold' Kxtraet Buchu.
Take no otftfr.
aoidbT.. d. au.uAM
KID WELL LAWBJUIOB,
n. u. WAirK,
8. a. VOBD,
H 0 B,NTWIBTLE,
J. E. UAJOB.
And by all Urog flits anrywhtn
mar 7 3m
rplIK UNIUK Wllih MTANO.
L NO UATTKK WHO'B rUKSIDENTI
Uoor inenMy, I ehall remain In Waihtngton, and
ocntinne to purine my ooonpatioa of
HOUSI, HON, AND ORNAMENTAL
4-X AlNTINOr X-W
UILUINO in ftU IU brnnchet. Old GLAZINU
promptly attended to. Painting and OmamenUnt
Cottage yarniture, In the best etyle. I alio call af
Uatlon to the Painting of Rooft and Briok Walla
All the above I will do M oheap M the eheapert
I therefore eoliolt the patronage of my frlendian
tvllow oltlz.ne ol the Dutriot Ponotuality trlotly
obtiervdj, and work done lu the beet manner.
Yon 1U pleu mind your itope, and stop at
M. T. PAUKEab
o. 03 Loaiiiana avenae (north eldc),
bettwen BUih and Seventh itrecu,
r a-filgni pot vp tree of charge, m ofial.
a Mi 1MVU:x1TOU1IANJ PATKNVKKa.
. MUNH h CO , uroprletore cf the Holeniifl.
Amertoan.and axerti for procuring Amorloin and
With 8zteen Year JSxpcrttnve in Uui JiutjimM.
Belt r to Hon Judge Maiion.llon Jowph Uolt
lion. W D. Blehop, ex-Conunltttlonere of PatenU
and to more than fifteen thomtand lovnton whr
have bad builnets done thruugh Mann h Co i Pat
Pamphlet ol advloe teat free by null
Patent Law and Ucgnlatlonx, IHO paged, SI oentf
No charge for oonkalta,tlon,0fally or by mall.
Preliminary Examination In Uolt'wl Htalca Patty
Officef.No 17 Park Bow. New York; Waehlogtot
corner of F and Seventh treetn.opposttelHc Paten
OflLO. wtr li nn
LICONAUU 8COTT A CU.B
HKPR1NT Qtr THE
Leonard Scott A Co , New York, continue to pub
tun ino jouowing leading itnimu renoiiioais, vu :
1. 'lh Joudou Quarterly, (Conaervative.)
2 The Kdinburjth Kovlcw, (Whig)
8. The North Brill-h Keview. (Free Church )
4. The Wentminlster Key lew, (Liberal )
6 Blackwood'e Minburgh Hagaxlne, (Tory.)
'Ihcae Periodicals ablv reoretwat the tliru ureal
political parties of Great Britain Whig, Tory, and
uadlcal but politic forms only one feature of their
elm meter. Am Organs of the moat profound writer"
oil Science. Literature, Morality, and Beiigion, they
LBUUi Mn tire - tieaiv ntvuut uunraiicu ill ihe
world of letters, being considered lndlituube to
the scholar ana in proieteiionai man,wmieto thelu
telllgent reader of every claw they furnUh a more
rnrrent and aaliafnctorv record of the current liter
ture ol the day, throughout the world, than can be
poaaiuiy ouiameu irvm muj vuwr Buurwe.
NEW VOLUMES UF THE
FOUR ENliLMI REVIEWS AND BLACKWOOD
CVMUKNCK JVLT 1861.
EARLY COP! KB.
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VrltUh publishers gives additional value to these
BeprlnW, Inasmuch as they can now be placed In the
hands of subscribers about u toon aa the original
For any one of the four Bevlews, per annum 88
For any two of the four lie vie wu, " ft
lor any three of the four Reviews," " 7
Foratlfourof the Ueviews, " a
For Blackwood's Magailite, " a
For Blackwood and one Beview, " ft
For BlackwotNl and two Bevlews, 7
For Blackwood and three Beview," ' o
For Blackwood and the four Reviews, 10
Payment to be mad tn all caees In advance.
Money current in the State where hsued will be rt
oeivea at par.
A discount of twtnty live ter cent lrom the above
price will be allowed to Club orderlug four or more
copies of any one or more of the above works Thus ;
1 our copies of Blackwood, or of one Review, will be
.sent to one addreM for 89 lour copies of the four
Bevlews and Blackwood tor jo t and so on.
In all the principal cltks aud towns, thceo works
will be delivered FREkj OK POSTAGE. When
ent by null, the Pontage to any part of the United
Status will be but twenty fvur uuu a year for " Black
wood," and but fourteen cent ft year for each ol the
N. B '1 he price In U ret Britain of the five Period
!) ahnva ndmcii la silt imp minum
Uemlttancts for anyofthe above publications
snonia aiway ue auurrmrwn iub vmu, uiiupuu
lUhein. LEONARD SCOTT A-CO,
nov J 8 No 64 Gold t , New York.
mir 1 HK FINEST STOCK OF CLOl U1NU IN
the United States 1 uowufftxed at vir-thn whole.
a1e prioe at No. 400 Seventh ntrct opinlt post
jmcr, oy u tv. i.Lr.r,
Formerly over G tit's Jewcly Store.
ALL RAIL FROM NEW YORK.
This Company It prepared to forward all klndi cl
goods toaadfi obi
Offloc tl Broadway,
....i.OBloeT Cotigrtes street
..4 a ! O.....J
mm . vuugim aijBw.c,
BALTIMOUK Office CuadtaSUUon,
ALEXANDRIA Offlo I&SKIdj itmti
ANNAPOLIS, F0RTBE8S UONBOK,
NKWrORT NEWS, POBT ROTAL,
And the Sontbcrn Blookfcdlnx Sqvftdroni,
AT FAIR RATfJS,
THK ADAMS KXI'KK3S COMPANY
SOLDI K US' HKMITTANCKB
to their fjunllien at any pi tee on thf ll&eicf I heir
TWfcNTY HIVE CENTS
For any Pita not exceeding FlUy Dollan ; and 4
proportional aaaiuunmi cnsrKB 10 pitvccn rescue u
by conncctlrg Kxprenea.
The remittance, vhelhf r Gold. Treasury Nolei.or
Allotment DriftJ, ihouM be rocloMd In an en? elope
and ccart)rnaiedland have the fall addreM (in
cladlDjc towo, pout ofllce aud Slat , aod In cltlci,
ihe I'reet aid number tl the itemon to whom to be
lent, nnd the amount Irgibty marked thereoa.
Vnvcloptc, lor tbii purpow maybe had at ur
To ftcltiUte prompt dl very, the clmige for re
mittance hi u'd bo prepaid
marf ira AiiAUij Fnuu'ai lujiiaju.
ti dl-til led tn Lodo, and pat
up oolcly In quart and pint bot
lie, to meet the requirement! ot
ur uggUte, i nd thoee to whom Fare and Un adulter
ated llqoor it a HeccMity or a Luinry.
it in tlta oldt Mt&bllehed of all the Uma ftl
which have tarted Into exUtenoe upau the bad of
uwell deHtrvvd ana nam earne-i ooitDnty.
It hM no couneotlon with, and tn tn no way like
.he tnvl.y mlxtaree Mid aa " Kxausn Oin,' ur
"Otn rox,or Ijoeoos Docx'or1 IokdomOis."
Ka , Ao , no matter how ranch antiquity " or " re
-pcct&bUlty " La ftMumed by their begetter
Dr. Valentine Mott, of New York, eaya : It U
far prefer at lo to ctch fuaa Holland Oln, and la tht
iac artUMV tu nm t nan ever cm ou way uj
undi of phyilcian-i
The New YqrkHerald yi: Wo are enrprieud
at Hi bencflnal efltcU; It is n certain eale guard to
The Philadelphia Ledger laysi " It hu no up
dor, ir an e iuar, in medlfiinal virtues "
The Bew Orleana Picayune says :; There Is no
remeiy on oarth for dyspeiia equal to It."
The Boaton Journal ears: "As a beverage, u a
t'revcnuve or as a rcmcaui axeut, we went no outer
it is our vaae mourn."
Vrnnin nf Ameviee.. for voa It U vartindarln
Jajji In pfoknew or hcalth.it la your greftten
B. BALDWIN A CO.,
VI Liberty fltrect.New York.
Hold In Vahlngton hy
UIVHL.L. uuii Li r.a a uu
316 E street, near Pa. aveaoe,
And deaten generally
fpo Tilt; opricsiu i
Tut; orrictsus ow tiik akt.
dirtvt Importation Mr steanci
Fulton, from tie rope, a vrry tin and large aMrt
tnent of Marine, Opera, Field Ulatwes, and wit
tool, whioh I will sell a very little above the cost
tn Paris As to the qualities, there are none tu v
nor to be bad. having been selected pnrpoeely lor
thin market. Aim, a large and well axeorUd Mock
ol Opera UlawteA, Microscopes, gold. ntlver, and stret
Spectacle and Kye Ulaaees, suited to the Might by
the um of an Optometer. A considerable number of
Hrtlflcaies to be seen at my office, from gentlcm:i
h have b n suited at my old establishment.
416 PenoiylvitniaaTeDae, between Fonr-anls
half and Sixth Streeti.
my ICatsbiUhMeat U mp eutlre .
otawi fiti.il t wit. The trade supplied
nATKb ac WUOU,
WnOUMALB AMD DETAIL DKAUCRfl W
ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES,
Pic ties, Preserves, Catsups. Sanora
Jellies, Fruit. Olive.
Sardiars, Salad Oil. Choice Bclisbee.
Condensed UUk, Muslard.
PRESERVED MEATB, FISH, 80UPS, Ac.
Pure Wine and Liquors by the I'ackare
CIQAR8 AND TOBACCO.
JV Agent for Tilden's Extract of Coffee, with
lnar uiu win vuuiuiucu
Htf Pennsylvania avenue,
WAMI1XQ1VN, Do C.
LI VAN WATtilJB'H
fe A. F .12 H
Store. 19 houth Fourth street,
Orders received by
W. D SHEPHEBD,
Corner of Seventh and D streets,
an 17 ly Washington, U O
AU80N, FKNWIKTiV LAHHICMb.
Late CummlMioner of Patents.
Filteen years in Patent Agenoy Buslneai.
Da WITT 0.LAWBKNCE,
Late member of the Patent Office Apptal Board,
OFFICE IN WABHINGTON, D. O.
Nora. Patents procured. All information neces
sary to obtain a patent scot free of charge
TITST UKHKIVKl) AT L A. BKALL b. GO'S
J No. 301 beventh between I and K it rest, a new
itocx or ui.ui niriu, ruuniaumu uuuua,
r A BEALL h CO 'S. No UOl Stveoth otrrct
Xj htnu I and K.I the place to buy your
CLOTHING, URNISHING GOODS, TUUNKH,
iiaio lanuAi'o, at cw tora price
COME ONE AND ALL AT L A. BEALL A
CO 'S.Nu 361 Seventh ttreft.bttwAen I mid K
to buy your CLOIUING, FURNISHING GOODS,
uaio uivtsiii a.
NOW IS YOURTIMETO BUY YOUH CLOTH
INO, FURNISHING GOODS HATS and
CAPS at very low prices, at L. A BEALL & CO 'S,
No. 361 Seventh, between I and K ireeu
mar 81 3m
VVEBYUODY'S ATTLNflON IS CALLED
jj to cur new atocx oi spring uiothing, rurelihlng
Goods, Trunks, Uau an(fCp,fttNo 460 Seventh
tweet,oppoKe me ron uinoe. tner
ipjiHftmKjra tin TH1 IJTN.
Un ed afer WKUrfESOAT, April I. 1181. tHr
l'uMntr Tralatt betw en WwhlnrtAn. Hclrmor.
aud the Writ, will ran m i..)1ow : '
tivt Dauy Traini arrivt of art depart firm WatMngton
duajr faring Ou week, mud fm en Stmdsf.
b KOB rillLADKLPHIA AND NEW YOUK
Leave Washington at a a.m., 7 10 n mlla in. .and
VOB ANNAPOLIS Leave Washing ton at 7.40
ft.m tard&p. m.
I-OK KBKDKRICK UiTe Waehlngton at 7.40
a. m.,and 3.h0 p. to
FOU AtTi POINTS WH9T,
And for Harper'a rrr artmeturf and Win
chextcr. leave Waalil igtoo at 7.40 a. m
TRAINS MO VINO 80UTII.
Leve New York at 7 a m.i Philadelphia U to a
a.; Baltimore 1 40 p. m ArrlvoatWahtngtona4
Ijeave New torkat p in. PJulaitlBi.U 10 frOp
m.: Balllmore 4 84 a m Arrive at WiililnetonAl
wave new xoriaiii p m rauarjc.prua3.30 ,
m t Baltimore 7 40 a m Arrive at Wanhlnjrtoe
9 25 ft. m
Local Accommodation Train leave Baltimore a!
p) a. m. and I.t0 p. m. for WanhloRton j arrive then
at II a. m. andT.OOp m.
On Soncava at 4 & and 7 40 a tu only from Baltl
more. No AnnapoUa or Frederick cmnrotloiu oa
Pauenxer Trmlm leavimr WaAhinrton at 7.40 a oi
and 6 to p. m , and Baltlmnre at 7.40 a m and I it
n m . make direct oonnoetlon for Annarxilu at ihi
Junction. The 7 40 a. m. train cnonccti at IMay
lor rrcacrioR, iihkvs-piuwh. iisrprr rerry, r
ti mourn, Wincheeter, Wheeling, Varienburg, c
&o , except Snndaya.
Trns leave Anoapolle for Baltimore and Wanht
Ington at 9 M a. m. and i 44 p. m.
1'nflrvena.er i raim kktih w anuinuni ai o.w a. m
11 a. m and 6 d. m . and Aalttmoro at 4 80 and 7 40
a. m. and 8 60 p m , will itvp only at AnrutpAu Jun
Way Paaeenxenimiut take the Aocornn$dMion Traim
W XT. Oi I 1 i,
ftp 8 Matter of TraneportaUon, Bait
It UKUMA li.lmf. in Ui eorttwi form ,
ruvtitin and xxx vocjAmcnons,
IMrVHIflKX of ttl ULVOD,
Jnltb KM rffecucf Jfcrvury.
it i a conveniently arranged Han or Hklt, coi
Ulnlug a medicated comiouuil,to bu worn aroui d
the body, about the walct, ay u ally arraoiitto tu
MBT. uhertar le diteau may be, and can he worn
without injury to the muf Micai pcreon.
By thin treatment, the medicma properliu oun
talced in the luno, being of a htgktf orifmtd; and
txiattU natun, and cava, of being rtuJWy oltorM
thrvuph Uu pnrt if Uui ikn, oome Into direct rnMc( wltli
the liLOoD and general circtJaJinti, without flrit j a i
Ing through the process of digestion, whlrb would
tend, not only to dulraol jrom tntlr curative powcri,
but to Impair the internal organs and depai ge the
digestion also than avoiding the turtmi rfftcu, m
Ollanthe reeult Of internal rntv((wj,aod effeaUnR a
perfect ewe, by purifying and tqualUiny Me cinulaivn of
On vital ftuidt, and rettormg tt fart ifftcted in a JUaUHy
nnmUtion, lhlflUAHDls aliio a nv( HwerHl" Awn
riatcoxiAL Aenst'tod will entirHy rtitex theeji
lem Irom IU pemiciout tfffeti.
UoderatccMi tare cured In afewdiVH,au'l weirt
onta&tl resliingiinitouM(dUt(tlmonialsto which
we InvlttytsUpcetiou at ourotnee of thftr culcaoy In
njTr&viiloaM ol Itma atandwa.
- Friee Two Dollare. Sent by mail upon receipt of
it, vt oj expiewi everywucrr. wun ui neuruarg in
iT'iettnu. from the principal oQoe of
O. SMITH h CO., Proprietor.,
491 Broadway, New York.
N. it )rm7iTWCwrulcri antf fru.
" This Hand will not Interfere with the soldier's
duties. nov 1ft ly
pLAlHS AQAIRBT tH UNITKD MTATKV
FINLEY BIIH1EK, (late Register of the U. S,
rreaeurv.landCHAKLKS K. SIIKRUAN. Coon
fellors at Law, will devote their entire atUnUoa to
tue nroMCuuon ana eeuiement ot aenuna against
the United Htatet. rrovrinr out of the tirtiient war.
tnoluding Ui AocounU and Claims of Slates, Cen
tractors, and Diaburolni; Officer, applications lor
tnc resioraiien oi propeny uiegeuy Bteici or cap
tared, and for onminHatiim lor tlie nne nf tirlvat
iroierty lor Government porpone, and lor damage
tor tnc injury oi inun propeny oy ine armrt iji
military pay, penions, and bounty land, and lor
JndrlbuUve ahares of monies payable at the frtft
iury ana aue io uo contractors ana otneri
Ine r will alo slve lesal advice to claimant, oon
traotors, and to unprofessional agents in litigated
jonoi uiu I'lca'.aiT' niitHH osfjeaiMouissi nmu iivsiirn
Wllh Non rwiCent Agent who may send thrtn
iijums, an (quite&io aivLion or oommunon win De
Undisputed Demand will be oolleotcd and
romptly remitted for ft Coramtivien of from a hall
li two and a half per oent depending on the
aroovnt; and negotiation wllh the Deirtmert
eoniuoted on moderate term
Kypronpt attention, moderate charge, long ex
perieuot), and a minute knowledge of the ol lav,
regulation, role and precedes la, governing thl
llais ol butinesri at the Drparttaunt. they hope to
render their services useful to claimant, and public
Reference way be made lo Mcrobm nf Con re
and officers of ine Government; and cipicially, by
permleriloo, to the Hon Klisua WmTTLuar, Fim
Comptroller ol the Treasury.
Addrtee-' Mewrs. BIOUKlt iiHIIKKblAN,
Washington, l C "
Office. No HI F street, near Treasury and WU
lirdV Hotel nov tt flm
IJATKNT OF KICK UUS1NKHS.
soldiers' Pensions & Bounties.
SOMES K tlLEXoUTDER.
The ucdem'gned have entered into u copartner
bhlp, aaATIOKNII-S and SOLICITORS, lor lb
Erocurlug ot PATENIS, and all other kinds o.
uiuutui,at the Patent Ofllui
EMpedal atieutlop will bo given to rtjcctrd appll
Ofctlons, to txterslocandi)protllion to exti n ion
and to taking and prepaiing evldencj nod argu
menta in Interference cant
Tho undersigned will alao attend to obtaintnc
PKNSION4 and HOUNTIKS for Soldier-nerving
during the rent and previous war, and tj th
protfetutlon generally ol all similar clams .! butl
uc ith the Govern roe at
Office corner ol Seventh and K i-tr. it,ii'pottItt
the Patent Office. UANU.L 1. MIMVh,
C. M. ALhsYANDHt
Wabu moron, March 10, IEn.i. marli-dwll
how lomj now ui:htoim;ih
Juot publUhcd,tn scaled envilope Price lx cents
A Leiture on llio Nature, Trcnliuent anil
Radical i.ure 01 spei
ulh. Involuntary rn
rmatorrhaa or Seminal Weak
mivlons, Sexual lability, and
ImpvdineutJi to MarrUge
Fit. Meutaland Phvul
Cunumption,Epilepy a d kit
cal Incapacity, resulting lrom Self Abiuw, Ac. By
HOIir J CULVERWELL, M. D., Author of the
Green Book, &o.
A Boou to Thousands of Sufferers"
Sent under r eat, In a plain envelope, to any address,
roatpald, on receipt of eix cen-, or two potgi
ktimpi.by Dr. UI J. C. KLINE,
117 Dow y New York,
ap l-d&wfom Pout Office Box, 465fi.
I have a Urge and mnst ex tensive stock of
UallanJtlarbl Monuments, Or stvcUonei,
for sale at low prices, for cash I will sell at reduced
f rices to thoee f the army or navy who may want
hem as mementoe for ttulr comrades who have
fallen in defence of the Union
feb IT 0m E street north, bet. Uth and 13th.
pUUPUSAI.S FOU HTtiAfllKHM.
ProjKwal will be recoivi by thi Dcpartaient, by
mail it tele rajh to th) loth instant atnocu.wilh
general specifications and plana, for the icnlruct on
of one or more, up to lour, Iron Gunboats lor tt e
MUol lppi river ai d G ult ei vice, with two turret,
on the plan ot Ihe Eric sin 'lurret.lor the 11 hub
Kuna, the thicknea ot the Irou of which tu bo tUht
Inches, the tldis to be plated wllh iron of tbrw
tnohev thicknea lo one or two layer to extend two
and one half feet below Ihe lead line. Ihe vtveebj
to be not lees than SiO itet in length and AOftrt
breadth, and not to draw over lx feet of water load
ed ready for ! vice. To be prupilled by screws to
ensure a speed through the water of nice knot or
sea miles per hour Proposal will siat-i the price
and time ot oompUtlou apr 18 det
A I.L THK UK ST COOKING ttlOVHM,
A. TABLE CUTLLUY, AND
OF ALL KINDS.
Camp Furniture and Tin ware, to be had of
W U UARHOVEB,
mar 8 m No. taa Seventh at rat
Martien's Card Portrait
MEN OF THE TIME!
Theso I'orlraltg aro"riiprlor to 'any now In
tlio Market, and are roniHrkabla for lh faltlif
fulnca with which tha llkcneu la portrayed.
Printed on cards of the aameaixe'aa "Carles
aVf Ktstto,' tboy are itd.ipted to tbePbi togrttpb
Album, or ran lie sent to distant friends by
LIST OK IOUTBAII'8 AI.HKADY I88UKD,
HiUTUiY Orrioxiu. i
flhirman, at Port
" K. JMTorter.
" J. W. MeLane.
" J. 8. HcCalmoat.
" T. K iallacher.
" E. B. llamy.
" J. II. rariart.
" Oeo.8 ilays
Com T, M.tioldsboreu,bC(m.ll.KnoldHboroagh,
" rooie, in onmininQ ai 1 on jtoyai
ol the Mhs. Fleet Cpt David D. f oner.
Dnpunt. Lltot. falrftx.
Abrsham l.lnoou, l'r.sldent of the United States
Hannibal lUmlln, Vlcu l'resllenl UuiUnl Slttes.
Vtltiam II bcward.Kectetery of Hute
Kdwla AI Stanton, Secrctatv of War.
Ulde n v elks, Seorettry of the Ma.y.
Ha'mnu 1. Chase, Secretary of the Trcaury.
Caleb II Smith, Seorrury f tha Interior
Montgomery lilatr, Vin maftcr General.
Kdward ltates Attornsy Ueneral.
fori. Joph Uolt.
Hon Andrew Johnson,
lltv. Kibvrl J. Ilrtcklnrldijtf, D. D
Hon. Airnd 11. Ely. I
JefTenion Davis. I flen. llaokner.
Qen. Ueaurreard. Com llellins.
jo9 New l'ortraits added dally.
In all the Carapi, tu whom Liberal Terms are
offerod. Any Industrious man nau make
money by onKucing in their Bale.
SOLE AQKNT FOU THE DISTRICT,
49S, Sevtnth Street, near Post Office,
Where all orders will be promptly attended to.
Get tho Beat! Get Martion's
A full supply, at all prices from 73 eta. to 2C.
A Liberal Deduction made lo Uinae who sell
SUtlnnory Packages, Wrlllne Cases, Portfol
ios, Diaries, and everything In the Stationery
line at the lowest prices.
Consult your own Interest, and go to
i'JS, Seventh Btroot, betwoen D and E.
1VT O T 1 V K
11 10 THE PUBLIC
(Formerly of New York,)
Ha, the risme and Fame oi being
Oil K OK Til E IIKST ItESTAUUANTS IN TOWN.
4TsT Uive us a trial and Judge lor jounelf.-fcaji
Everything in the House U of ibe
BUT THK UAIiUET AFFOBD9.
Dju'I furp.l the iiun.brr,
Hi7t Fenneylvsnla avenuo,
between T welilh and 1 hlrtcinlb streets,
mar 10- bouth side.
DK. LA BONTA
luving reluovi d h's ollicu t ltoom No li, adjoining
tlo Sunday Clironlo e otllcv, in Wsfhington llulld
leg, l'a avenu. corner of Seveoth ttreit,in now
rcsily lo cure ull Dlsuuics ol a Private Naturc.witli
out the u-ieol tUngeruus or dl gu.ling drugs ol any
kind, and no Inter trence wMi your bu.la.M avoca
tit tin having devoted my wholo time to the stujy
and cure of Private Diseases of both suae, and lu
t'lironio Allecllons ot the Womb. Liver, Kidneys
Skin Eruptions, A.0 ,und grsiluallng in the bist
school in the world tho New York city Hospital.
undir Profi Chilton and Parker, to wliorn I low
resiectlutly reftr. I will pay It noo to the person
luroMitng me a case of any of the above ilUu s
which I cannot sedlly nod pirmsnently cure, let
tbu esse be old or now. rV.t illu Ing ruiulnd, noth
Ipg dissereesble in any tmrt of the treatment.
Consultations tree. Knoms rory priva e
M LA IlONI' A.
Uootu 6 rllrst lloor) Vt aihlngton llullillrg,
aps-lni Pa avenue and Seventh strut.
rpu OFFICKKU, IUTlili:U, cih.,
A new Unlit. four wheeled WA
LdON, with water prool oovcrs;
aud nanortome leather cushions.
built to order at Niw York and cost ll, FDII
SALE, at a moderate price Also, a New York
made set of DOU1I1.K llAUNhSS, plated mtlogs
never u,ed Also, a set of nlaln Sisolk Hahnks
quite new. Apply for address of Stable and (Iroom
to SS7 Suveuteeotn street, eorner of I
irOOH A H U UOAA.I
On hsud, a full supply of sll kmits of AN I .iK.
Cll H COAL
uoai sept la ooai Dooses, wen sorcei.vu ueiure
s.vtolbs to the too.
wood, of all kinds, pretareaor uf'tvertd onfi
T. J.li W.M.UA1.1,
No 2Si Pennsylvania avenue
UV IT tf uetweeo tlth sod 11th .tre. I ,
THE UhSl' PLACi: IN TOWN IO IIUY
L'lo'hing Is at bMUH'S.No lOOSetenthst.,
opjioblte Poet OtTlco.
4-nN VKEE EXHIIIIIIUN-Oneof t'.e left
.toils ot Cluthlug, Furchhlug Goods, lUU, aid
N U All of the above Goods for sale very low.
mar 30 d3m
SPECIAL, NOIU'E-ITAKE FLEASUllK IN
Informing my iriends that I lmvc Jast reoelvcu
auoti er stosk ol the best aud tlre.t Cloihieg I. the
ccuutry, which I amooworTi-riiir at le.sthsn whole
sale pricis, at J A SMI lll'S Clothing btore, Na
40u Seventh street, near F
J W KEEP,
Formerly over Gait's Jewelry btor.
mar 80 djm
NEW STYLE SPUING CAP JUbT IttO'D
only 1, at No. 400 Seventh street
mar 10 d3m
- NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.
LAWS OF THEUNITED BTATEJ
Poistxi ot tht Ueeand Huston of IM TMrt
An Alt to rcoroanlzo and Increase Ihe effl
clencrof Ibe Hi'dical Dennrlment ofUie arms
lit it enacted ly Ihe Hmaie ami llwut if
linmstnlulivet or IM Unutd Nula or Mntru
in unvjrttt cuscmueu, m.iijoero snail oo aa
Ueil lu tbtt present medical ciirps of the armr
ten rnrg.'ons and ten MisUnt' surgeons, to
promowd ana appotnuti under, xiaunc iswsc
twentr medical cudeta. and aa many boebitsfl
stewards as the surgeon general snay eonslder
necrea iry ror uo pnniio semce, ana mat, weir
pit-and that.oG all 'hospital stewards to-tbfc
voionteer as wen aa ue regular sTtiqe,aaii
be thirty dollar per montn,to be eonpntoB
from llni paMare'id this act And all medlcw
cadets In the sittIco shall, tn addition to tbeir
pay, rnoelra one ration per day either la kind
ur comrauMiion. i
Btc. 2. Irid tie if fsTfacr enacted. That thl
surgeon goneral to tie aripolnted tinder thft
ict shall niTn tho rank, pay, and emoluments
of a brigadier general. There shall be one
asslsluut surgeon general, and one medical Id
sneclor central of hospitals, each with tbi'
rank, nir, and vmolararnh of a colonel of
oavalry, and the medical Inspector general
shill bar, under tbo direction of the surgeon
general, the superrlslon or all that relates to
the sanitary condition ol tho army, whether In
IruoJiporls, qaartors, or camps, and of the by
glunt, police, discipline, and efficiency of field
ana geoerai noeniinis, nnaer sacn reguiaiiom
as may hernafkr be esutbUshed.
Fee. 3 AndlttU fwthtr enacted, That llierv
shall bd clghl mciliidl Inspectors, with the
rank, pay, aud. ctuoliiinenla each of a lleutcn
unt colonel of cavilry, and who shall bo chargrd
wllh tbe duty of Inspecting the sanitary condi
tion of transports, quarters, and camps, ol field
and general hospitals, snd who shall report In
the medical inspector goneral, under such reg
ulations at uisy be hereafter established, all
circumstances rclatingto the sanitary condition
and wants ol troops nnd ot hospitals, and to
the skill, efficiency, and good conduct or Iku
offisets and attendants connected with Ihe mod
Sec. 4. And be U farthrr enacted. That tho
surgeon general, t ho n-elstant surgeon gene
ral, medical luspictor general, anil medical In.
rpeciors, snail immediately after tbo passage
of tnis a.( no appoint! a by me rrostuunt, uy
nnd with tho advice nod consent of Ihe Senate,
by soli ction Irom the medical corps of ttie
army, ur from tho surgeons In tho volunteer
service, without regsrd to their rank when su
suleitei), but with sole regard to qualifications
Beo. 6. lnd be tf farUur enacted, That med
leal purveyor shall lie charged, uuder the dt-rt-ction
of tbe surgeon generul, wllh the selec
tion and purchaio ol all medical supplies, In
cluding new standard preparations, and of all
books, Instruments, hospital stores, lurniture,
and other articles n quired for the sick and
wouuded of tbe army. la all cases of emer
gencv ihev may provide such additional ac-
unmodatlons for tho sick and wounded of the
urmv. and may Iransport tucb medical supplies
as circumstances may render necessary, under
such regulations as may hereafter be establish.
ed, and shall make prompt and immediate issues
apoti nil special requisitions made upon tbem
under such circumstances by medical officer s;
and Ihe rpecial requisitions shall consist simply
of a Hat of the articles required, the qualities re
quired, dated, and signed by the medical OBI
cere requiring tnem.
Sec. 0. AndleU urfter enacfed, Th it when
ever the iuspoclcr general, ur any onei of tbe
medical inspectors, shall report an officer ot
the medical corps aa dlfqualltled, by age or
otherwise, for promotion to a higher grade, or
unfitted for tho berformitice of bis prolessioual
duties, ho shall be reported by tho surgeon
general tor examination to a medical board, as
provided by the seventeenth section of the act
apptovcl August third, eighteen bundrrd nnd
Sec. 7. Ami be it Jurtlier inacltd, That the
provisions of this act shall continue and bo lu
luicn durlug the existence of the present re
belllon, and no longer: l'rovldtd, hovmer,
That, when this act shall expire, till officers
wlio si. .11 have bu n prumoted from the tnedi-
c.ii s'nii ot tint urniy uuiter thin act simit ro
Iniit their respective rank In the army, with
such promotion as they would have been enti
Approved, April 1G, 18G2.
An Alt to authorize tbe Postmaster Ueneral to
olLtMleb brumh post officts in cilt"8.
Jit it ewtdid bu the henUe and Htmse of Ktp
iu,tidnUuen of the United states of Amerioi in
Uoivjrexs assembled, 1 hut the postmaster fieu
erut bo authorized and directed, when In bin
judgment tbe public interest or convenience
tany p quire It, to establish one or more brunch
pimi offices, to luUlitule the operation of the
post otllce in any city or place which, In tbe
opinion ot tho l'listniister General, may require
such additional accommodations lor the couve
nien'.o of tbu iuhabluinls; and it shall be the
duly of the 1'iiStmasUir Ueneral lo prescribe
llio tules mid reifitlationt for the biancb Dust
nltlco which may bo tstublished by virtue of
tuis act. Ami tuu rosttnasier lit nerat is neni
by authorized to charge one cent, in addition
to tbu tegular postage lur every letter depos
it' d In tiny branch post office, lo be forwarded
by mail from the principal office, aud which
shall be prepuid by stamp, and ono cent for
every letter di llvered at uch branch office, tn
be paid ou delivery : Provided, That no letter
ehall be sent trotu Ibo principal office to such
brunch tfiicu lor delivery contrary lo the re
quest ol tbe party to whom the same may be
auurcsseu : simi provided. The expense oi sucu
branch service sliall not exceed tho receipts ou
Sic. 2. ..lnd be U farther enacUd, That the
leniu section oi tin act enuiieu " An uci to es
Ubllsh certain pust routes, and fur other pur
poses," upprov. d March third, eighteen hun
dred and torty seven, be nnd hereby is repealed.
Apptoved, April 10, 1802.
PiitLtu Uksolotio No. 27.
A Rkhcmutiuv Irinntenlng tbo supervision ol
tbe Oapltoi exti nslon mid tbu erect! in ot the
new douto to tho Department of the Interior.
Jfrtnlrnt by the enale and Mtmxt of (tyre-
smlalives tf the United Htateo of America in
Conqrtss asemltttd, That the supervision ol
the fJapitot exieu-uou aim the ercctiou ot the
new dome bu uod tho same is hereby trans
ferred Irom Ibe War Department to the De
partment ol the Interior. Aud ull uueipended
mouey which bus been heretofore appropriated,
and all tuouey which may be hereafter appro
priated for either nf the Improvements hereto
fore mentioned, shall bii expended under tbe
direction and suptrvis on ot the Secretary ol
the Interior : iYouiuVJ, That no money hero'
tcloru upproprlated shall be expended upon
the Cauliol until uitlhorlzed by Congteas, ex-
ci.pl so much ns is ueiessury to protect the
uulltllllg iri'iu irjury ujr tuo eie-uieuui uuu in
complete the dome.
Approved, April 1G, lbl2.
l'uiii.io No. 53.
An Act maklug udditloual appropriations for
tbo naval service tor the year ending June
thirty, eighteen nuuureu ana smy-iwo.
He it emu-fed ou (As Striate and liouse of Rf-
liresemaiues VI wie inueu ouiusoi .vneriva in i iouuu it u giro, i.uu uun ...-. -r- o
... ...,Mi m... .v.. rn i ...-. ipe i r..j hj ..... iIia irraiai fed the sheen.
United Stales of America in
I. That the following sums
ijowtrtss wjtsnnoici, sua, luo luuumus buiu.
be aud they ore hereby appropriated, to be
cold nut of ant monev In tbo Treasury m4
ouerwise appropriaijii, lor toe service oi in
rear eighteen bnndred and mlttt two:
' For the purchase of vessels and nee sir '
tlteratloni Incurred In fitllog them for awrrlei
two million five bundre.1 and thirty Uwnsaa
For tbe purchase of additional vessels, tw
millions of dollars.
For tbe purchase of nautical Instrument ,
dooks. mans, ana charts, twenty inonsan
For repairs at Observatory, freight, an I
irarwponauon, urm tnemsaoa aonars.i
ror the ordnance foundry at the wasQLOgto t
osvy yard, hlly thousand dollars.
For ordnance, one million dollars.
Sec 2. XnxIbsUfio-fAererwried. That tit sari
of seven hundred and elgath-lhree tkjusanfl
two bundred and ninety faur dollars, belag thin
amount necessary to be provide I, naeattmalea
by a board appointed for thai purpose, to pajr
for and flnlsb tbe Hteveos' batssry, sow pst
tlally oonstrucled at llobokea, New Jersey, be
and the same Is hereby appropriated out of any
money in tno Treasury noi ouserwise apprq
priated lor the immediate completion Ol said
battety : Pnntded, That In tbe contract for tbe
completion of aaiu vessel II snail be stipulate
that no part of the money claimed by Edwii
A. Stevens lo have been heretofore expendei
by him upon said vessel shall be refunded n
111 the amount of said claim shall beesubllshei
lo Ibo sailsliiclinn of tho Secretary of the Nav
and the payment ol said sum shall be contid
gent upon the snecess of said vessel aa an Irod
clssl, sea-going war steamer, to be determined
tjy the President, and such contract shall stip
ulate Uie time within which the vessel shall be
completed : iYotrfded, neoerfAetejs, That ssij
money shall net bo expended unless the Secre)
tary of tbo Navy Is ot on'nlon that the same
will secure to the public service an cfihlcut
steam bait ry.
Seo 'J. lndbsUurtfier macted, That the sum
of thirteen mllliouH of dollars be appropriated,
nut of any money In the Treusury not other
wise appropriated, to enable the Secretary of
the Nary lo construct'Ironclad steam vessels
Sec I. And be it furtlter eniided. That the
Secretury of tbo Navy be authorized to com
mute tho navy ration of colle-u and sugar for
the extract of coffee combined wllh milk and
sugar, te be procured tn the same manner and
under llko restrictions and guarantees as an
preserved meats, pickles, butter and desstccatod
vegetables, if bo shall believe it will be condu
civu to the health and comfort of tho navy, anil
uot more expensive to the Uovurnnvnl than
the presmt ration, and if it shall bo acceptable.
to tne uicu.
Approved, April 17, 18G2.
An Act making appropriations for tho service
of the Port Otllce Department during the
fiscal year ending the thirtieth of June, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-three.
Be if enocfed by the Senate and 7otm ry Hen
revcnlatives of the United States of Amend In
tXimjrus assembled. Thai the folloaing sums be
and tbe same are hereby appropriated for the
rervlcd of tbe Post Office Department for tbe
year coding the thirtieth of June, eighteen
bundr id and sixty three, out of any moneys In
tbe Treasury arising from the revenues of the
said department, In conformity to the act of
the second of July, eighteen hundred aud
thirty six :
For transportation of the malls, (Inland,) six
million ntnu hundred and eixty-one thousand
v or comDeusatlon to postmasters, two million
two bundred und thirly-tour thousand dollars
Fur clerks In Ibe usices ol postmasters, eight
bundred aud lorly six Ihoii-und dollars.
For ship, steamboat, aud way letters, twelve
For office furniture In the poet offices, two
For advertising, Uilrtj-Mx thousand dollars
Fur mail bags, seventy live thousand dollars.
For wrapping paper, forty five thousand dol
For mall lock., keys, and stamps, fifty-six
For mill depredations and special agents,
sevinty-IIve thousand dollars.
For miscellaneous payments, one hundred
and eighty-seven thousand dollars.
For postage stamps and stamped envelopes,
oinely thousand dollars.
For payments of balances due to fjreigu
countries, two bundred und thirty thousand
For payments to letter curriers, ono hundred
and fifty two thousand dollars.
For transportation ot foreign mails, four
hundred uud sixty-live thousand dollars.
For compensatlou of twenty-fire additional
clerks in tbe Fost Office Department, author'zed
by tho "Act to promote tho efficiency ol tht
D'ad Letter Office," approved January 21.
I6G2, from theda'o of their appointment to tbe
:tt)th of June, 18G2, eight thousand eight huu
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That If the
revenues of the Post Offlje Department shall be
Insufficient to meet the appropriations or till
act, then tbe sum ol two million one hundred
aud twenty thousand dollars, or so much Iherei f
us may bu necessary, buuud tha same Is hereby
appropriated, to be paid out of any money lu
the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, to sup
p y deficiencies lu Ibe revenue of tbe Post
Oltico Department for Ibe year ending Ihe thir
tieth Juue, eighteen hundred und sixty-three
S'C. 3. .tnd be it furtlier enaiUd, lbat the
um of ono million dollars Is hereby approprt
ated, out of auy mouoy in Ihe Treasury not
otherwise appropriated, for tho service of the
Udlilornla central routo.
Sec. 4. And belifurllitr etvidtd, That ull acts
and purls ol acts heretofore passed requiring
that Ihe Pintinasler General in cau-ing lliu
transportation ol malls by stoamshlps between
the United States uud any foreign port or ports,
or betweeu uny porta of the United States,
toucblngat a lortlgn port, shall give prefer
ence lo American over furelgn steumships,
whnu departing lrom the same port for the
same destinalbmlwitlitn throe clijs of each
other, be and the same are b reby repealed.
Sec. S. And be it furtlier enacfed, That the
Postmaster General bu and he li hereby au
thorized lo establish u cou-t mall, not less than
semi muutbly, by steam vessels, botween Sail
Francisco and descent City, In Ihe Slate ol
California, Including service ut Ihe Intermedi
ate ports: Providid, That the sura to be paid
for such service slull u"t exceed the sum of
twenty thuu-aud doll ir per annate.
Approved, April 17, ltW.
ThoskWooiiinGi.su. Schuyler Colfax writes
to his paper iu very pueltlvu tel lu, about tbe
wooden guus. lie says:
Tbe story ol llio wooden guns fouud at Cen.
In villi', niter Ihe rebel evacuation, Is, I believe-,
donld and doubted at tbe West, liusi.
ness demindsou my time prevented me Iran
going there; bill Senator Sbennau, Mr. Dunn,
Mr Straltou, of New Jersey, and others, who
board lu the same house) wllh me, went there
the vtry same week of the retreat, audsaw the
Quaker gnus, with their own eyes. They statu
that Ihev rested on lueh plank, which exhibited
no mark of heavy cunnon ever buying been
there, the weight ol which would tt course
have Indented li Hot crusnea tneut. it is re
markable that Ibis tact, so well kuuwn by bun
ilredi bere, should be denied or sought lo be
A Frenchman, (Mlcbelet,) says : "England
wa uluriiva n tnv.terv tn no uutil I viBlted it,
- . .V J. V. . l.,.l tn lA.
I found it a great rauu uuus, i-ii,usw " ivb
I iu, ivs, mu iu. ,, -- o-- .
and sheep led the men,
History repeat, Itself; and, In tbe siege bow
Iq progress before Ycrktown, ws have, on a
much larger scale, the repetition of tbe siege of
1781, to result, we cannot doubt, In like man
ner la! the triumnb of Liberty ovs'r-Iis'ene.
. Oa the 28th rf September. 1781, 'OeD. Wash-
i.-im. m.mIi sva. ini hi.H..ki. - '!.
lugtuu uiaiwuw a.uu. . iiikhu.uui g, UU 1HU
peninsula between tbe James and York rivers,
(or the even then old Yorklnwn.. lie wea (ac
companied hy icocnsmoeau, ucaieueux un
ronoaiioi the trench srmy, iuayeito was
already In advance, and tie Count do Jrae
lay off with Ihe French fl.'et in Lynharea Bsy.
Tbo allied army, Including militia, amounted to
about 16,000 men. The Kngllsli army did not
number more than 7.500.
The main body of the English, under Lord
Cornwall!!, was encamped In the oped ground
around the towo, within a range of outer re
doubts and field works calculated to command
tho peninsula, while a detachment of GOO or
700 men held Gloucester Point, prrjectlog from
the opposite shore, or into Ihe river, and nar
rowing It to the space of one mile. Couimutil
cation between them was proteuUd by I he b tt
teries and English shlps-of war lying under the
The allied army advanced upon tho town
the Americana having Ihe right and the French
the left and pressed on so eagerly that tn tho
night of the 30th, Lord Corn wall Is withdrew
from his outer Hoes, and the works he bad
evacuated were next day occupied by Ihe be
eleglnr atmy, which Invested the posltljalna
semi circle ; 2,000 men were Stationed ou Ihe
Gloucester side, for tbe purpose of keeping up
it rigorous blockade, which, alter a sharp skir
mish, terminating unfavorably for tbe liritlib,
tbey made no lurther attempt to interrupt.
On tbe night of Oct. 0'. the first parallel was
opened within COO yards of the British lines,
and by tno evening oi ma vm several uniienes
and redoubts wero completed, and tbe tiro of
tbe allies becamo very effective, compelling
the enemy iu many cases to wilbdriw bis
cannon Irom the embrasures, and shells and
hot shot passing over tho tuwn, set lire to the
Cba-ter frigate, of 44 guns, and several trans
ports, which were entirely consumed.
The second p irallel was opened no lb nigbt
ol the Uth, within 300 yards of the flritl-h
lines, when, finding lhat It was (linked by two
advanced redoubls tn frout of tho British
works, it was determined on Ibo 14th lo wiry
tbem by storm, and accordingly two attacklug
parties, onu American, d by Lafayeltn, teith
whom served Alex. Hamilton, as Lieutenant
Colonel, the other French, led by the Baron de
Viomenil, touard the close of the day ruhed
upon Ibelr wotks, und, ttrtigh receiving a bot
and rapid fire, returned not a single shot, hut
carried tbem at the point of tbe bavonet
Uamilton leading the American coturnj with
his battalion of light Infantry. T lose captured
works being now included in the second
parallel, tbe tire upon tbe lort became so fierce
lhat surrender seemed unavoidable.
A vigorous sortie, led by Lieut. Col. Aber
crombie, was mode on the lGlh ol Ojt.b-r, but
was triumphantly repulsed, and Lird Corn
wallla then concived tbe desperate plan of
passing his force over to Gloucester Poi.it, and
thence, mounting them as best he might by Im
pressed horses to force his way through Mary
land tn Philadelphia. A part of the army
were actually thus transferred, when a violent
storm arose, which put an end to tbu transpor
tation of the rest ot the army, and as soou as
possible those sent over were brought back.
On the morning of the 17th tbe fire of tbe al
lies berau e uo hot that the place was no longer
tcuable, aud Lord Cnrnwallls asked a cessation
of hostilities for twenty-four hours, und tbe ap
pointment of commissioners to treat of nu ren
der. Gen. Washington replied that only for two
hours coutd he consent to suspend hos llltlcJ,
and transmitted, at tbe time, such articles of
capllnlitron as he would be willing to grant.
Commissioners were appointed In coufvruiliy,
on the 18th. ou both aides Viscountdo Modif
ies and Col. Laurens, ou the side of tbu allies.
Col. Dundas aud Msj. Ross, on b half of tile
English. They agreed upon certain articles,
of which a rough copy only was made, but this
Gen Washington transmitted ti Lord Corn
wsilit early on the 19th, expressing bis expect
ullous lliat tho terms would be agreed to and
slgued by 11 o'clock, and that tba garrison
would march out by 2 p. m. Accordingly, a
tbat hour, the posts ot Yorktowu uud Glouo -ter
Point, with their garrison, and the ships n
their harbor with their seamen, were surrei
dereil to tbe land aud naval forces of America
and Franco. The army, artillery, armi, mili
tary chest, and pnbllo stores ol overy kin I,
were surrendered to Gen Washington the
ships and seamen to Count de Grasse; the to
tal number of prisoners, Including scameu,
rather exceeded 7,000 men, among whom were
two generals, thirty one field officers, three
hundred and tweuty-slx captains, and subal
The a gotlatlon for surrender was opened un
the eleventh day ufter breaking ground, v d
tin! capltulutiou was slgued on tho thirteenth
The military and naval forces surrender as
prisoners ol war the artillery, arms, accou
trements, and military chest and public stores
ol every denomination, lo be dellveied up un
impairedthe garrison to march out at two
o'clock, to a pluee uppolutcd In trorit of tho
post, with shouldered imm, colors cased, and
drums be ulug they are tbon lo ground their
arms, uud reluiu to their encampment officers
lo retalu their side-arms, and officers and sol
diers to keep their private ptoperty, und no
part ot their baggage or papers to be subject
to search or Inspection. The spot on which
this memorable Hurrender ya" tnidu is viell
known. It Is designated In a pi in of the siege,
and Is soou, we may tnW, to uh renderej more
memorable by a like surrender ot u much
Writer army and thui combine in ono glorious
memory two great victories ou the eunii
Tho Fredericksburg Uteonler of tbe rith tn-t.,
under tbe head of "The Yankee Kald to Stal
lord Court House," announces the udtent ut
sickles' brigade luto the Court House, and
enumerates several " outrages" which, the lie
carder stateB, were committed. It is parttcu
larly severe upon the New Yotk 2ouate,
calling thtm thieves and rubbers. The ortl.eu
made a sham ol being gentlemen, but the re
was so uniulted to their characters that they
acted It out very badly.
Lust night some ot our men caught a spy two
miles above Falmouth, on a stolen horse. He
bid ou a Union uniform ttuder his outside sulL
He left Washlugton a wepk ago. He was
brought to town to-day. Hang blm I
Five citizens of Orauge Court House have
been takeu to Uicbtnund lor disloyally.
uiNLiui. 1'iu.vn.u rmuitwA ro h urr to
The Uinyilcit suits thai (Jeu.ral I rentlss and
Ids fellow prisoners ere sent down the Mis
sissippi, to go to N-e- Orleans, beU that It was
rutuorid that there wa. a probabill y that the
general and forty other otlbera would bo sent
M ij r G. W Morgan Ult Kaoxvllle on Friday
lor western North Carolina, to recruit a bat
taliou among tho Cherokee warriors.
The mayor of Washlugton, North Carolina,
has been brought to Kichmond under urrest,
and lodged In Casllo Godwlu, charged with