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ii Jri ir rJair CB3 Tfkw? or BCBjcRirrtos Rrso, Owe , ....'. VsVS 1 apftH lTTB n .... SI A 1 - Kim e aw:iii.'8. yw Or (TaHHiw . Br ir&m TwrrTrF.fr' Fnr rrr .) Hwt On Uwllar. Jo dcdacttua til be Bad The Alabama Nail Wcrka will 8 01 ft com mon c msnofactarlng Ia Mobile the military authorities have efceed Bp tie store. of those wh j refus Jergs bilk. All tbe Americas shipping in Chinese wi ten is unemployed, fir fear cl tbe Alabami. tip to tbe 23:hinat . five million of dollar bad been focdej la fonr per cot t Cbarks'.B. "Lieut. Col II Clay rate, of tbe 5;b Virg'ei Caratr. Mi.tn promoted to tie Colonelcy of that Yegl-aeat. In Fayclieville, N.C, bacon is eellifjg for -43 15 per poood. bef $t to 1 ?5, batter $1 to 5, cfg 1 par dcxea, molaaaes $17 0 to 20 per gatlja. Ta Wilmirgton, lesf cattle, on tbe hoof 52 to 2 50 per proad, caeca 1 to 7, corn net! $29 per laahel, fresh pork 13 per pound, regir S3 50 to 11. Uoa. D. II. McRae, of North Carofira. bat liratracted bis coon&el to iesae wilts fit libel against W. W Holdea an 3 Dr. Leach. Ybrce thou:aud pounds of bacon and a Tbcrai nd Ibr. Lrd were sold in fJotambes. Ga, n Ta--iay, at 53,25 p?r lb. This is s'ijblly downward and we regard It ta a favcrabla cfnen. Tbe annual report of Ilia Pfsriburg, Va, CaUroad ahews I'a clear -receipts ever expenses la t t. V. l) tM . 4 M which, with its rolling ktecJtv are va'aed at fl75 .000. Its ea'.he prperty ia valued at $.1,414,245. .Fifteen borne guarda of Madison county, N. C.bed a figat r:cently with thirty eve lories, aader lead ot the nc'tciicoa Sirk.pf Green Ctuoty.Tenn. and i'X of carmen, were killed. Four of tbe enemy, la dating K-rk, were killed. Tbe g!oe fn She db'cef, f ajs the New Vcrk 9r(wa, fa rrappicg icd erirkirg. .Ose of the aeerc tar!ea b glilr Mr. Cte ctaaot tenaLa rrncb Jotr In hirmony wiii Mr, LLte-da. lfr -Eobeit J. . TTalSer U t:ksd of aa Ur. Quae's aaeetaaDr. A new steam Carding and Cotton Spinning Factory ran a log fire tbouaand rp!r;rei,atiJ making abeat fftj bnic:re'of tnraad a dijr haa )rt conc iseaeed eperatlons at Fryettttle, NorO Caro l ia. Tte Eicaicery ran tbe blocka-ie from Xaglud. A northern paper eajs there ta do t prr. at a alefic eottoe rptcdla fa epara4ha fa tbe city of Lowell, VawacbcacUa. Tee mills, wb'ch formerly -. aTS eprojawnt toaboot thirty thoaiand resales, a:e aow as sCeat as tbe tomb.. The Turpenlino DUlfllery . and many tbon randatf Liircls of 9ca!n,ovred by the Merer. Utr ber.at Earc'ayTiDe, nrcett c:on, N. C, were de rtcyed by fl.e en the n'gbt of Bardaj, Iirarch ilh Tbe fire Is trappoeej to bare bAtae wrk of aa Ir ctadtary. ' . .;. . A party of -yackei carilry mad9 ' rasd " ibreogk tbe lower yart of Trice trivMm caaBty VS., e ToekcTay last. Theyplnred la DomrIes lw3 mB belaaf Ina-to tbe 49 hf rogfacat, who were a?n ra tarlongb. We Law aot heaid otelr detlrryg tfce property cf cl.la ni. . Into KashviUo papera report thai National fiats: a&tes" are raerally reraasd la tbat'efcy 1b XJokn whines that "there la bo good rrtoa ttat we are awsre of f or ibis. They are the", cert fk It g to cgreeabacka.and eogbt to -fP "freely. rta;a the people don't tblak so. A negro, on -the 2d of Febrnary, forged a cbetk for 9150, sad retired payroeat en prrseattRg It at the Farcer's Cask In Kidfmond. B Imatefl ate!y left thu cfty and war not traxJ of, nstil be waa Treopnnd amnnf Isblgrei'a. cap axed. prisoners. Tbe Ifsyor ordered I !a shipped to the extent of tbe law. ... TbeAngnst Conslitotionaliat sayrt ibat a yaakee prksooer who made bfa escape from the trala t Kondsy tavmlas last, while en roots for Infricna, fJa,, was r cp tared by the frnard who were retcrnlnr, asi dallTered to Capt." Bclleyman of the Clfy Goard on Ttesdsy night last, while on guard doty. The prhroer wai pheed fn J iQ to be seat oa to America at sastber erpartaaJfy. In reply to it qnlrics read bya urreepon. 4eat ccaeersidc aa act of tbe latt Coirrni, prefi xing fcr pajxtent for hotacs disabled or killed la ter. vice, oUKrwise tbaa la battle, t'is Kichxemd Whig ra;s, tat soch aa act waa passed by beta Hooves of Coflgrcaa.bnt was aotapprortd by the rteaviaat for , wbt rrsca we are aot ia Formed. Thsra Is no sack lav therefore, oa tie statute beck; sat there Is ro ' dtvbtthatitwiUbeLreagbttetteeorsJdrr-.tisieltke - next OoBgrcss, at aa e w?y y of tbe sestlss and ia Jl protaillity will become a Jaw It is almost as csaerTal for tbe armj (o hars forsge Jo feel the h ra'sca d la triasporlatioa aad t tke baUeriea, aa It h for the axa to hire can. r- ' ' iscts t'joo'iwiki It a point ia -lat lag oat their for te year to sow aa mary oats as tiy posslblr tmt, Tbe; wUl b: ba-rei three or fonrniaihi ba.'oret? e corn crop, a-.d ocr rera'.lons la ae C?d will auks tbexa aa artf u!e of ptiece reces iy, and alee mUi tkera brfas: kLgy remaneraUTa prices. ; Th Rfchmoad Whig sajf, a letter from H. ge.atcwn. Maryland, aaje that osias to tbe sr ire bee a Ions of a rtb?I IsnaSoo early la tte rpdagi eaaay af the farmers la t5at aectfbi cf the Bute srs saUirg Toeir.arxs and stock, prepiratyy to rsorag West Yvas&iDSHB uoanty is one of the largest aad bis wheat growlascoailia la th Bare of afarytaad, bat rlBee the brking cai cf the nkllioa Ui ftrrcer, naTsbeeasqch heary losers, by hariag fbelr. exo 4etroyed by the rebel amy. that atasy of theja pat u aa ano-.aaiiy smm crop of wheat last flL Too SiTannali Notts sys Mr. Stephens' ba baas crrpn rcaolaUosa, it will bo cbserrsd, ctra eaty passed by lira msJorl!y. Iid tbe &etatary sf War re at Ubifij to grant forlcogha to tho members at' the Lrglalatore fcojdUg "coram 'aicni bs it smy, tbers . ran be rc ry 13t:e dooit ttt the nsolnlioss ,wonld bxti beea deftad. Horer, coatiicriog tbamil: KaNruy by whieh they were passed, aid th 1 iiat rrr r-Iotl 5s of c Jtfideace in the IVesiJent.by which Ihey tre TlrtoIiy central'sed, teic edition ds not na-nat tfnaicX wi are eatoned that they wtHart b aoatalard by the d.cbiaas ef oar oearts.-ner liy tbe Jjditaieat of thepe.ip'e. ; The Mobile) Tribune eayn that a geatls- man arrirea ia tfti.l city ea therT3j,- brlsriajj acta ebcerisgassa of amy siT.i a ia Look!4aa. we rrarii rroas hiss thai ail the yaakee troops feadb left sfadisac ' tUo aad gaete back to Xew Orleaas,' ctrasrn ralihar, k lisnppos?d.by BtccrsHies en that aids of fas Lake. A battla had tahea pface at Franklia. Ft. Mary's ra- lah, in wh'cU tie enctay was bad'y whir-wed.' " Oa:f forosa wen led by Gea. Dick Taylor; these of tbe cie my by Oca. FrsakUa. Whit the extent of tb kss waatsBolkaowa.botU ia reported that baadrsda ete report aaja tbotuand--of the essay's wandd wareerriTiag, at Kaw Orlcan. The gratlemsn who breeght thss aes read the Fkayaae of the Iltb laaU, ta which tbe '1-ns of a battle at rraaklie was ac- koowledcd, slthcnsh no avails of ft were'gtrea.J uor naoers reccllett that we as J rooiera a few dayn aso cf a btle h the Tsche cianty la which it waa Iariedtba4Gea.Tjylcrb4dbeata the enemy nery CTLt y. This may t-c a cn.fi'siMJja of tkat (oaor. i- Perioral fihsliAessplatn sabscrthSsf tn t4sbAn.tr Vxwm aad ssndHK tUtr teaiittaaoss by saail. ate La ftaellat U .proirlt ettrreney, of sdl deaoiass tUms, win be reeeiTtd satU tbe 2ith ianUat. Inclnilve. ifterfbstday.aadanta tbe ewissse aepears, sit ram received, except la i aha leaker notasj, wUl be sntfKt to a Afdrc'ioa of S3) per eeit .and be credited aeeerllagry. gabsertyOcmi may t saads for iline nvoaQav . .. ..f I I M - Txix peraistont and determined efforts of some portions of the Pre, to belittle) and degrtda the character of the Confederate OoTornment, ttni to bring it ioto'disiepute, are as mortifying as they are ill timed and an proG table. We can see ttotbing to be gained bj detracting from the impbrtnnce orrespcctabi!ttj of the goyern scent tre Iisto oursolTes created and entrxuted with 'the msnagement and eondact of thu rcrolatioa, nor can we perceive the propriety of weak ening the confidence of the people in its Tilno, or ef exciting hostility to ft. If the gorernmeat is as worthless and dangerous topnbIie liberty as the tone of some of the poblio jonrnals would lead one to belisre, tho people have certainly made a Tory ,eriJ tablishcd, as well as in the men whom they hare charged with the edministration of affairs. Tho political Salons who iro now shooting their poisoned arrows at the Confederate government, hay discovered that ear lib erties are .saore eerionsly jeopardised at Richmond than at Washington; that the form of jrovcrnment we hare established is a huge and malignant canker, which . is estiogoat the heart of the body politic, and undermining the liberies . of the people) that the men in charge of the govern mcnt are usurping despot?,- who afe using the power in their lisndj for the anbvcrsioa of the rights of the States and the contolida- I tion of ail power ia the eantral head ; that we arc on the eve of some terrible political calamity which can only, be averted by prompt resistance, and nooeasurcd denun ciation. i nero is aa owi like, SMtimnitj and a p)aijous stmt assnmed by those who clat ter snch nonsense as this, sssnmed with a view to give force and point to tho high Hounding phrases and unmeaning sentences with which their denunciations aro freely garnisheJ, which would be simply ridicn lous, if I hey did not cover, desigss of tnch immense importance, to our cause, but view ed with reference to iheir immediate beir isg upon the vital isterrsts at stake, they merit and should receive the extreme degree of popular scorn tnd reprobation. ' , "We are not disposed lo ezwine or dis cuss the arguments of these agistors in de ta:J J for indeed they are not worthy of soch discussion. Uut we desire to a'utte ono Or two self evident propositions which cf them selves constitute a sndcicot and overwhelm ing rejoinder to all the sophistical abssrdt tics of that class of wriUri whose desire to attract attention has got the upper hand of what little judgement and gemaioo patriot isia they ever possessed. That the cvcrsl States coii posing tho rt r j 4 . 4 government were snd arc. separate and distinct political oonamnnities, possessing all the powers of sovereignty, is universally conceded. As a natural con sequence of their sovereignty, they possess tho right aad the power to Confederate themselves t; gather, and to form the gov a . ernment fhey bsve rofsned. Tbe govern ment so formed, reprises ting ths aggregated sovereign'of all the 8 tates, ia entitled to respect, aad .to the support, too, of all the States coin posing it, and of the people there of. The .government tit created for the purpose set forth in a writtes Constitution, which e mbraces the sm and extent of its powers, and the authority which created it, can re call the powers so grants!, and dis solve the gereramont itielf, whenever it is dee 3rd proper to do it. When thin gov ernment was forme J, it was named by the itSTereigutiea which, orettfil if, u The Con- federate SUtes snd under tst riaaaitv uta cntuted with the jnty 6f working bat tin independence! the States Confederat- A " t- ' a - ' . --. . ' sn mm . '! me muepencence or tna ocaics uonieaerav i d, and oT efAblishing it upon nni anduring M pyr . .- , . ... , , I .. aw wu. uy iu doss energies nave I Welti' applied With stl nad earnestness, if 1 mat always witb Inds.at. fe iK ..e abM. V i ' va; ' yeara. Its success has msdo tho same of e'CoDfederato Stales, ih.'.ynoajm for rjoous nohievaratentsy . unshri s Vicg fctti- l.ude and heroin ' eourage throughout . the ttivtiiistd world.'" The amount of respect wtueh the government has woo from civilis eoTiJStfoas ii at leais;. eJcie from ifet own citi- 1 'We nfaiatainthat it is entitled to respect arrdraUo.n and. aapport, if far no other rcwotiy beetuts it it thet ereatitra of th a. km. r iWa Q4.. 1 . I ovnrjgaty of th Bute.!, nA reprcseaia (km . avrvvM rPt. a i.t .1. 4 !4 4. - . ft I u.4 4 rvki. . u iicd mt, it ciiii aTsj miue dangerous to tho rirhU of the States aad -l i-v f .i -'""" e . the liberties of the people, we regard as the S'lld dream of visionary abstractionist. " It I fcairs it-si govenomont---their-withdrawal would icnniBato its existence. It is a gov- --. ,r '1i mabU j i, ,i i cnucat of vo psapM, reaewod by tlutm at f rttgtilar intervals y the cleetibVof .ed'Seers to oondoet it, or dyi for the wnat of such renewal lo.ita erj nature ti lives oy tne t . . . ..ft. , . ' I breath of Popular favor, and dies when that . ... 4 I 4 i aipT0Vlu is tnttj.-Tl, .'"'! li the twelve mMlior o teoie of tbo I vvieurarf; stsbca can aotiievu tneiriedc- : ' - 'sTT.. ' ' poriencs in reposition to m eSeyts a1 0(Jhj overiatevfiia rf the Ciiinnaa faTX ' .a: . w.et' r?7v ComeittfaJ wn ot&rvsd In effi-w Ijtiaw aboTlt tkJirrroatlie twenty tI trai irho nleirl oolnhrti of1 KeKZSiwisiJ. ty treling; their snbjsatlen; i they wiU WaKiaejfiler the liead of fCorree-imrlon's " thevr liberHeijeither from the weakness, the wickedness of the csBrpations of the head placed there turroporariiy to administer thb raotfom spec mers of theso ep's'O'ary forlfA govern fttreat. 1. tioae and hleraiy oariciiieamitiing tbsad into swj n Bv rur..s.uu uuirscM tag hsucs and 3isiuiions, and direct onr- A tKA cteat tttrrk befor n. P.k. " duing our eneaiieti fetid aoeemplishing otfr independence. Tliat Is an object worthy of our united and earnest efforts, snd o.e which dimends tho eierclse ef the eners-y and patriotism of thi whole people. It is a 7. . r. t i living, active, vital lssur, which cannot be avoided or postponed. When our Sbertiee are secured agsiost foreign interference, if it shall be found that there are points in onr form of government either too week ot too strong, we-will be fully able and competent to apply the appropriate remedy. 3uThw Richmond Sentinel says that the feeling ia favor of (J or. Vat.ce re-election as Governor of North Carolina, may be aaid fo be ent'refy nnanimous outside of that State II a li'e rpeech though ttot fanltless, has confirmed the favorabfe . iapreiona preeionsly. enter tained of him, and excited an enthusiast in b'e bebalf There are heart and patrie'ismaad manly, gen er one coara,r,e in if, s it forth with tileat and power. We hope his people will rally around him aa cne man. . tSy Gen. Fields, who was wounded at the eceBd battle of Manassas, and sii.es that tims.nntil the recent apnoin'nient fo tbo rank of Msj-f General, has been unfit for fn!d do ty, hie been appointed to the corntaaml of Gen.: nvxTa old Division, fd placs of Gen. Dcctaer who rcanmes bis old command. w a mm upnincon s . iexas ttrigade is now nn der the command of Gsn Gregg, Gen. Hobib son bavSng been suspended by General L-.ng- atreet. Tbe Alabama' Bngido is now .corinascded by Col. Terry Gen. Law- beirg.nnJer arrest at Bristol, by order of Gen. Longetreet. t the Rb-I " " " Ms Edit; a : Enclosed you Questions, with their Answers. rill find a few Will yo put "cm" in ? . . - - What Is an rm?' " ' It is a large body of armed una, .What is its use? To prevent invasion by a foe. How is it dT By confronting the foo with tbe main army, and biiving -dotaobments at tbe varisue lit'le i- towns - What are those datnch taen's for ? Tbey are to guard the Poet. Wbavtare we to undrtanl by the Pjst 7 . . l'oat ia a unitary lorm. and eieninss a Dtabn eomaanded by a comna'ssione I ofSor with a Qutermasler, Cimmtrsary, Fro vast 11 .rebsll, Hospital, Guard llmte, ht under bU com mand. ' . . ' What ia a Provost Marshal ? N It is a msn that gets after Hospital Ra's snl eick and disab'e J rnon, with tbo Pst guard. What i a Hospital ? i It is a p'a:9 for tbe treatment of sick and d itabled soldiers. Wkat ia a Hospital RatT It ia aa animal that is tbongbt bf Sargeons to be of more service' in Hospitals thai any where e!se, and Is supposed to fear the front What ia a sick or dmbled man? . A sold er wiih a cjrtiCcate. What is a certificate t A broken arm or 1c, or case of Pnenmonia What mi a Toil Gnardt It ia a first cousin to the nospiial rat. What is a Q lartermaster ? A man Ibat gives transportation t tbo front, What la a Commissary ? Ati inferior cmctr that furntahsa ration to last to tbe fronts 'Uowaretbe Hoe pi tal Hits dlstiecw'abid from the Post Goard T . Tbe Rata have bidges acd l lis guards dot4. .wWbet are the badges for T Tliey are. supposed to bo a psts for snrses and aitsndantsN . What are ibsy t TK ara tha Mala. - ! Why do you call them ra's 1 I i'l Vni fin vrt-nf . The Virerirtia " legialatore. jost ;adjonmel did tarn or three verv tood ihtr.es. -for m uuh . . ,i .t.Ii. .1 .:.-...- I meyaeserve tue losuse wi- feii;wi"i'n.i Toey passed an aot appiropriaimg www i.. .... nrhaci rt tni tmi ra-t 'rn vara and I l P "' - - - - I cotton clotb and band vcari,. ijt tinwiooiion emengat ihs people of btatetaoa a law t tmpr.aang ine ra; wots .ioe ... a. h people, approprtaung orwu.rw ius parpose of carrying puuhs pioviaiona ol iuatVAy ttn demanWtbat they hould b cir SS "SJSL Wa-wra y- w - - " s , , - I 1 fee throats of Ibe people who bad to bay intarJ sail, win now oe wna . . y ',cro' f Tbia will maka rait cfieap awa aceeasio e i very onrvfba naeds it. . yt ltt , . if latere, ta tne nans . FVYr" i pasaare, even at .too nesi wa theee : vitally . jamorlant acta 4(..4r,i. , liegisie'. . ; a We bone that tbe membore of tho Ivgia'n- tnre of Georrfk ' nw ia ses.ion. will be on ei aerate enongn ro repose instapncuvi Exlent; 3OT Browit is one 61 that claW . , 1 . f . Ii4 1 t m. A . i a . . .ft m. 1 w... ..f tk.i woo consider overyioing uucojB-uuwiiu mu 'Melons, f tt Te by themselve', and pow- aa Tery dangerous m tbe nand ot any one e's. His message hss ben; ' to maloonte .ts Try where; at a shower in a thrrsty I nd.- ofjl87 ; ;V v' u.. i .-as-'.. ,' .: sa.. 4oa viDciacau tommercvai ct.ane o ai, . i-rthe tar. .a : .'Allaire cirtainly look very gloomy . and tvongroes coriainly sjpposos sir -IAS) is V.ir i 4 ftptik 1UJJ:'. I.. . .v. I. . . failed to da anythirr whatever to otsSsi bis V "UI! mUUIU ftl . lUtlUk. tim II4VT 11.11 h "alter. The Confederates bare loncherl at,. Ev.4. r . i. . . .. j ? we ar In a fair ear to see the bottom aisol wwftivia ui iua auo auu are iBCDDui iir. auu unless eomoUiipg is epsedtfy fJooe; obtoatta Willi a view to "ion, love, w mat rirnony." . i.?aTii K m .u BJoraiizmg wriiers araottar ns it. . C .r , ' . . . rt - Wanted Ucrreeporilc Br tan nntU I ldies, with an indefinite nnmber of ync K". Ooiaiar Do,s preferred, rartio- o ar attention paid to letters contsiuSng pho- toe. r . F.onr dieliLgo-abed naval ffioere, res pect- iidV irff CjrreopOadence with iho same number ZL2 p ween i be a g s ( sixteen d twenty one, Fui is tbe object m A very handsome and accomplished vounar uy wienea ro correspond wi ll anv Dnmbor t a - ' ' Joacg men who may Mh te respond Ob ct. love and matrirnonf. Three younjtUdiea and one gent wiabto open correspendenro wl h any noeal Or tf the opposite se x, with view to love or foa. I Jess tend photos and receive tb.Brtu Two modest young ladies, thiokieg profit as well ae amnetmeot might resmlt froa eorrcr potHimg wilb unknown parties, request ibea with a aarplds of Ideas to employ them for ocr benefit, and a'dree, Two s oer boya, of Milroyf4 old division bnt who now phitee mit 5igo' wishes ta c-.mra:inicatiens with some of the fair t'aueb- t... t . I. VT -.4. rtt! .... . . - iub i'nn. yjnj-ci. pnon and love Tww ynnnr ladlek.'fce'wen th ru r is and 20. w to oorreapcrlj with an ir!nii nnmber ! gay, amiable and refiaed yonre genra with a view to friendship and fan. Pho. logripaioesirea. Two yonng ladTbsTeeJiPs: tbelr devotlm oar ounlry strengthen asrebsllion dis; wish an acquaintance wt h .some of those gvl'iAt ve-k- iina who atiHnaonbly defend oorooViatry onr honor andfeur hemss. Iretirir ii,k: loyal ladies at. borne, we wih to expend ta them .an aeaorai cs of onr r!e? p felt erat l ode., which. . they by sscrifices so deentv merit. - ; . . . Wanted Corrpoodenee-s-nr a vorith of a mnsfeal and literary turn of mtn J; age,' It wreka, cmp'exfon mottled, hair a- kind of a sort of pea cre, circoms aiices. Gavrtrnmmt coat ao s; family, rich bnt Inn a'. Object, mental improvement snd pore amusmnt No photographs exhags'4. ltrn'y thoss youo alien wlu hava a proper respect fnr and ap prrciation of "L ndley Mnr-ay," and who will not ranrder the "King's Be?lsh.w a-swer tKia, aivertntm n. no others wi'j receive ate tl2P. . . lonfrHrratc Shot Pact jr.' Mv WnW SriH. lifM. mat m C - 4 .1 4- 4 VI DVUIU 4ISUV fast a UUTU I III - II I V 1UJ IFG trv Ins ber n in ot erati'tl on Z2d afrco'i nor h ts .i -a . 4 . . i si. m, tn toe uni:ang formerly ocJ"P c I at titHiini vui-u IVIJJ. ADOUl IVO IIIIU- dred detailed men are employed la ibis fac r.. i . . il... i . ... lory, and they torn out daily about s's hun dred pai'S of excellent ahoes'and brrgnns Ansa nrst ror ts nrel at a storWroora lor mi torfets The scnd and third floors are oocu- pipd by the workmen, vi:h ro ms partit:onrd i IT 'or outtin.r, s'mpii g, packiog, . etc It ie quite an interesting a gut to witness thi onor anens or so rsrre a rr.rorcr cf cTdwsineis at they bmmv, boie or saw the work upon their laps. General le.du. log a recent virit to th:a factory, aaent abot two honra fa iwipg the nroro'S of maki-je: sO?. tin I In fiaoectina? in wnrK tnrnea er r.iTi s'ne is tliettnotiy .. .n . . A : .1. ii i.. n & ........ ihet" unlawful sale as lar sa pa bin, hii pat experiorce enow xnti mo en iris ot 'lie l v- S a V a .4 . M . m m twnraentto Veep all tho eo'diers crftl'ortab'y shod arn defeated in nnranro3; ina a-c-e by -the barter or taeot sittea drawn l)y rarefoot a . a. a a . . . ed m n" from tha Qitrtermater n D ;pT!ment. At the present rale of fcl.o manifacturi in t . i;ienera e s ales, mere eoou u b) no "har tinted m n" in onr armies. Since the rrto .l of tbe tx tnp 'ion of sh -CTkera by the last Congress, the enmrer of workmen employed by lh Government in th hranoh of Industry has rapidly iocrae?d.-Kichntond J-,.ea miner, Tbe Fl nd dnrter has bien inada a for midab'e wHnpon ill the I aids of Lincoln's op. ponerti. Tbe aihingioi orrcdpoqiloct cf the New York 11 ra'J 'hue comments upon his aency I') the Uilnre: It is si.fd that np-n beating of the movement General II alicck 4i qni e taken by surprise and wiole to liemral fJilotora to know what ho was doing at J tckeonvi-la, a place that had been tw or thrae t;m?s in our possession, a-d was not considered worth holding, and asking hjw he oaroe to go there, not only without or dars. but withont tho knowlertge an 1 co itrary to the pr-sttt ve instructions of tin Socre tar7 of War a id (Jen. NaUeck. 1 1 repy Geo. Ui llmore is s-.d to have enclosed a le'tcr of instruction from iht P.ejMcnt, transmit ;d1o h; by Mr. Hr. la'c p iva's secretary to Mr. Ltncctn, di reeling the mVjoient to be rua-le, oini ttue sta'cm.'Ut baa boon in circQ'alion it is rumored that i!io exbedili-tn was intended simply for h occupation f Florida for the purpose o securing the eleo ios of three Line ln delegate t the tlat'O al ron.i atirg Uonvt n'.icm, and ol J.hn Hay to Uo?grrsa. The Oust of 'lie oucra'ioa t tha r.rernment is estimated' at about cm m liton of dollars. ; Am Jirai:s tv -Jcke ok a ITobsb triLK Srs- jcct A good j 'ke is told of a cavalry rfScef engaged in improving borfo for tie Govern ment, in a cry net a tboueand muea tnmo. Au gusta, o ra-4 wic-e I w;g, not having the fear if rsnnr r..-int. t auliitilo'A or r.nrrr no'f lawa " . . . I before tits eyes,- wentto the cavalry effloer afoneaid and informed him that Mr. B ank l-j - ....... i - t L . i. : i. :i . t. .. : H71U a in iuri III Mil WIMVII Ul'K'ia I'U i iu ,, BSe,i ' ola service of ibe .Govo n -ve.it y ,( commendable ital and-due d l-gics B- hM,9m9il lo lbe plMe wS(BT4 Ijioroes atmo-a-d were sorpoafod to bs htd iX 1 omel 'w .asa B viva U IV wVVUUI SI4S)r urbie horses. Tb officer fi iirar a 1 hn ea.ittr to gel tbo licriira'Ujtless, went after re iaforc.t)en(. an 1. havit e nroot;red th m lnairehed by squad tbe Woiking plucatf airs- HatH, win, by trie way, It ehold be nun foccd lroei s a cooper shoo, aniptn d. man dJ lnilt 1Ue llorset onij be gi,,'! napttrl.ich demand waa seam reinaed aud tbe rrnpressiug . trfficer thraattmed with a load of bock shot. Mr Blank, b'lwever. finally tidier that tea's v anca wait Kefle-e, quietly points to. hi "two : havres, an I tol l tie oftL-er to a'te them What bin "toelinke npnn - the eucjvu were , when he discovered that the "anima'B" were two coitera' wood boreee, can be better im agined tnan described It ie only necessary to add tl at bo left withoot imprcasing tbe ?horsea."i CVi f f it o nahsi. r-r 1 A'PTfiraiK's DcscairTioM.orA Ratar Nionr. 2L.Ve4labt Friday ugbt vasb d vonn aa aver trash I tongbt to go down de m II to miner Linns, but no nooner ddl valk. dun do Vaster I stand a. ill for de drknes' Vas en tick . i. - . s. - . i. ;. - I...). .1 a at I ooot ctH enr nu.. iuu uc rwin, duoder and blixen, in more den tree miu . nto mine aktiS vas vet troo lo urine close. Dut jJtef vn leelle vHe stopped ernitteai to rain somett.fnrt ml k-ep feelirt of myself all de vay Son; a-d ven I cdmcn ti rune l ouje ro Talk Jh l joti tikf ', Dider ;;aod ..bbenH btlotigod to aoiaWbody fclal-' " I - - - ev '-- -ww ww saaat a utv truiiimiiB sv z I - f ke VertJiMw rnftalealtAl nace," N. Yi tttt3n4eBce f tbe tacSati Ttavs. C, thleg Is clearly evident Wnt fbli early 1U Jr of the fVcs deC tnr- N. miliU !, IM elttrted if is Is aasoful fn obtaining tbe nomiuition I a an inch'tied to tntnsr that Mr. Wnwla will he nominated by bis party and will be re elated, or.tf be is not, be will bo'd over ia tho way .poia'ed oat by oawaru id nia aqiamn mwci miii mattv ebattgee may taxe place before November 7 h; woen toe prcsideLtial election take place. If dsabing Sonlhtwn General of the Ston wall J ck-oh school rn'd be found, he would be in Waahingtoo before May next, and tbie would seriously oa-pleate the plane of the parties anx ona lo ba the rex' PreatdenL Fonr new States wilt be admitted this ses sion, making tbirty-nios that will vote at lbs mx Presidential eleocioa. The new ones are Nevado, Cdorado, New Mexico) aad U ih.- Theae will give twelve electoral votes for Mr L? c ln. L . . Under Mr. Llnola'a new arrangemsnt for reorganising new Safe out of old oyee, r will nleo get the votes of 8 uth Carolii.. 0-w.rgia, Nirih Carolina. Vug-nf. Alatan. Miseiseinpi. Louisiana Texas, Florida. Arkan sas aad Tonnes ie atont thirty ni-.e electoral votea. It will be a frtlod. bnt. aa tbev aav a jntiEab'p one We slia!I seo. " Tha aUnaiMlon c.t ihm hw Ct.l. . r a large administrative uasjsrity in b-lh Uoae fr either the bnrpoees of Legialatloh or fr el'Cing a PretiJcn' There mav lis a hiica in admitiiug U ab, owing to ber polygamy laeti lUllUUJf. , ; Table ef taawtlits of Seeala, rts!r ia Hsr r. Ptnmt mm a era. Corn, ia drills, I to I pecks per acre. Corn, drilled, fee IeJdor, 4 to S pecks per acre. . Corn, sown broadcatit. 8 to 12 DeckaniV term. ' ' ' Whist, sown broadcast. 4 to 8 pecks ocr acre. . ., , Rje, sown brbadcstt, 4 to 8 pecks per te-e,-;; ' 'l ''V ' ' ' Barley sown" broadoast. 6 to 10 nleka nor Acre.., . ..... , . . ., v . Dabu, sown broadcast, 8 to 12 necks nor J PVdf Uld. i ii & neckl Wran . Peae, broadcast, U to 16 pecks per sets; " BaaUBsaas,v drilled, 4 to 6 pecks o'er v Mtllef. brnadeasf.' a to'S pecke par sera." Rod Clover, alone,-- 1C ta 20 pootdi per acre.' . -. . - r Ufd Clover, ilh Timothy, 8 to 12 pound per rcre- - T.rootby, alone, I 2 to 20 qaarfs per acre, Timo.by, wi h Red Clover, 8 to 10 nnartt per arre , Rednr p, alon. 12 to 20 onrrt ber acre " Red top with lied Clover, 8 tj 10 qiar's per vm j univ: urn uriii inti 11 rmrriiin ti4 n i i for a-eci pnrpoe- or particular laliliee, 10 f sa IN . i,aP eaaay. am Wh.tn Cbrer, U bo added to eit ier of tbe , . . ' ! r rc p mm i,iovor, u lor any reason sown alone I ,cnr,l' Jiueaa wtu nuict tats order. 4 lo 6 th oer aera 1. . Uyoider H OOPKE. Broom Corv. drilled. 4 to n-r -rr Par rf,ili.,t j mb .,w. " is, oVa ;:;ai; s " vjr 5. ? . wvrp imhh or ti'iiie, email or large; cat cr ansut, to to buannis per aotO. Utra B;g i, drilled or broidonf, I to )i Ibj, per acrs. Common Tarnrna. drilled or broadcast. 1 to a a a a i oti'tieJo per aoro. . B jets, drilled, 2 to 4 rbi. per acre. Carrots, diill..?, 1 4 io 2 flu. ptr acre. O lione, d ilh il. 3 i i 1 It a pi- acre. I abhiRi s, .' ft of reed, .f .l irtty rows, a: d reeapirg t.a My, will yield au abiidai co ol plants for an sore. !' f lie 4 ' Peart It of keMtatrky in ttar K. drrat Strata. A few days since Hoa. Mr. .Pawell of Ken tucky tnarfo a ep- och on the It jr of the Kei- eral 4-nate. tn which be took a lol 1 s'aud.and denttt Ii rcoln's nncorStiintiutal imlicv. The anne xod syto; i 4 Of It ie taken 4froia the Uongres'i ul reports ot tlie I1j0s. Id h5 dot a'e Mr. rowoll. of KentucVv. re eaai d li;VPeech. and rhforred at length to the last s ection in AlarylaMl ai d Ulawae. In the latter S ate he said it vat c ear that the D:m oorats wcro in ths msjority. atd conld bavc carried the election bo i fur tiie tnterfoieuce ot the m iliary auihorHra. He denied that there was any n"ceSity lor military inirrforeoce at the pol's at Mis la'e cwcti n x D i!ia-e to preserve order, and, not itbe adlnfr this, sol rliers m ero plafjed immediately at the polls White u ?n U irnrtlde cd itrnu election in Ken tncky, C il S antou d id. bis ttiHorditja'cs run the ruacutiie in Maryland ani Djlanure. II- (lowcl ) introduced a resolutiou in ihr Senate hree weeks n;o, rco icstire ike ectc-tarv ot War to eend copies cl the tnM met ions given to provost marsr.a's ai d ctrnnaandtM cncorn iiirelccMo s llirce weeks bi .Upsrd. a-d yet tbe eecio a y had uot complied wi h the rr-qneaf, thus tna'tng tbe na'e reaoluf on ith contempt. Il dors not ten ns even I wbe Lar be will roilv to oo'r rtaooet or no' I Lie n d lbs pov.er claimed in takine thrss x I ... ' r . . . I trDorainary eps wss mil it wss a mi ra-y neceptte, t iken in btnatr or ins union e'rng- sWnf for it li'e. . lie considered that obedi- eio lo tho Crm'itction and 'awe was ths very eas'reeof Ihs fife of the uni The raolinoholy f ct vtt cow presented r f a President, who Is sworn to sopnort the C f stiiution and laa. iuvadirwr the a s'ute art t .4.. a i.. .- it r .a..i j t -. linis w iu" 4j "ie ii" i"ii; w.u i.o tolas: tne uovcmioetit s muca in nauper iroatr the rebels as frt-m Ibe macbina'itua of thia- traitors who wool! - violate every principle cf the Cops' It n flan st boms. Tne t hief rraion' why 1he people have qui- ellr submitted to tneee enrinoua asirpati na of power is, that in a very hort trme lny will hive h priviieg lo change tl e Kie -uUve r-i' the first time In tao htsrory ot iro conatry the mi l ary Lai fakea cl a ga of elootlns fn the Sare,ai)d b Iroet d the Senate Wool! paaaaucb salutary laws nj-cn the eubj-il ae wonM-nrevcn' a reonrrec i tne urci a'ai .... ibirgs. Tnero was i o' a npna'or upon ui wr but kneMf 'ltf fhs r.C-KOil was uirg he military power of t'-e count y to rrotuo'e bia anccraaion.IIie amtee y pr o!aualton aa .a a . . SrS . V a ameve ia teat aireciion mn prrc amiuon he conBideeI-ooiee. naceHel f-yatid -erc-lu tionary lie cal'ed it reviJiiooar; b eams ft overthrows the Constitution oa which our GnTe.rnmanf waa baaed. Wbat tight baa the President todio ate who nhall or aba'l not be a qualified Hec'or af a S ate, as he baa dtni in' the fl's'e of A'katis reoeotly. In bra InetrcC'ious lo Gea HteeUf Mr. Pwell prooeaded at length t c mm ent npoo tha endjo's Isaac d by G'n. Hanks in re-r-e to tdre'ione and rcgula'i-g labor. Fie (Powoll) believed. that . noYoi c.-t man could -ake ibe oa h pxaso ibed by tJeu. Bank, an ii extended fo hie latere eotion, and wonl.l be bir-ding him to hnppoit a policy in the foturo which would allow negroes, and no one eVe, t vote, provide! it waa recoiainopd d b the Preaident. - He believed ibat this was a Gw. ert ment for tbe white man, and that a whits rmn was betaer 'than a negro. . It.wiold re qnire a standing army in each S'at to esrry out the provision of Ibe Pr sidei-t'a soeaty proclamation. whoW woald ylaeabine.tetitl-af tbe poople id a Btata under efenth. This nioe tenths of tha nnnaalatieei. if thev were t 4 rn renOced to sac!i an abs Jno elavrry. m"Si bo reduced at ths p"ois4 of' the bajocet. The rVesiJent was not clothed, u der the Coos li in fl n. wilhthe J Beer lie had been exere'aing.' Ibbtates wsfs in tbe Un en, wbu riht had be to aaaen J an 1 override their Cemetitntioa, or fix IhqoaliCcatlopaVcf Yefixailltary pew eif Oir GuvorsKneettwas founded CaTpVp tbe pr nciple ibat ibe aULlary Sjboold besubservU ent to the ci-il pow u Tfce PretidTrtrt IrJ bis orininei, bad trarf?pjr upoa taws gynU j;ficci p'e lis said tbit Was)iiBtojt,:jbtfta socne psople yet considered lo have b-sn equal to loraham Linooln, di-l nit e naider it necee airy to sobordiaate tbe civ. I to the military power la the err eat seven veara atrarria in which he atd bia c in? pat rt eta were engsed. Ha would be glad ft the weak aad vacilUtinr manwin the Whit Ilne were imbued with a particle of the spirit whteS aeima'etl Wshi rtoa when be rew'gned his coaim;aaion at Annatxilis in I "S3. A ter animidvertinar severely, rpon tbe oiome of 8eoretary 8'aotoa aud Grn. Datlar in relation to iotwferenei arith Htnistera of ibe goepel fa the parformaaoe of tte if lancttooe, sir. I'owcll concluded. - Oxa or tha CorrcsaaAnC. carias "II Vraee niityif not h rtiri. G m nerbead co iniv of Ohio, im at leaat Copperhead tt aver. Br no- .l lie tvovoat Marabal t ttxt d'eoct, we sea iha tin jer the late call lor COO 000 men. Arm volunteer have b-en ras d and Credit I oa t e qtota aMigBed to it The dsfi:Unrv Is 286. Nut long aiuce it could ranater twice aa raaoy aa tbe entire .quota of armed men toreiuf t'o .fn.ers and tawa of lbs Lruion. but now t cs -not furti.h in r j tba i Cva men to roiiat tbe rttUia." NKW ADVERTISE ilBNT 8, TWO VD tr.D D0LL4R IREWA1D -Paas-sy from ibe sub trr.her, Ifrlsg la Atlaata. oa Roa daylsn a is rd tlrf aaed Kk't Raid girl m n.iot 5 tret 3 Isrbts hgh. verydark caolaoB. aad abwit 27 rera rtd. Tte sor rsward wl 1 be raid toe br deftvery to at St aata . or fas bar c wft e meat fn fait, an thai I get her. ,?3"2t a-gtT.tmqiuTH. TAllXlttB WOT1CB.. Lodr-d ta Jail la MarlettT. J ls.. the U'h. hy J. cleats, a agto soar, asoet 0 rears f a, e var eolor fceta le.ea high, ml log binuert Jim. n hn be SeWor to P. . Haarbreya. a lawyler of HxaUvilla, a:,. that he ws bto-tsway from ffaatsrille to Atlaatt. .y Lt. John rtMilts-. H. J. 11U. mai20 Jtllnr pTO BUKPRTD DOLLtra DCWaHJ - Kaaa - a. . way rtnm tbe ebcnbtr sear Marietta. U a. . on , way rrra tee ebcnbtr sear Marietta. J a. . on livnlgSt abeirta InM.atTboyB. He larp. e l"ed.' Myrst rred, Bat imh, beary oonteica daJlt.la a&Twt rhetf fnrbehigS. weitbs ISltr nrai set c IvoodeSt. lae tea h lavrs elt ' re ta trrtog to make bis vayenberte Mr K leo'a near Tslleona, t,t Ca'hwn, lt-;a. nr perhaps w tfaj tnfs sear Dtcuar. Us. 1 will give t'.pMur his lngmnt1a' ary Jail, or I?u0 for Sis d 'lirery to mt at atari -tts. m IT lw KUBT. A. It I.I VI 9. lTKACr. Aiu'r axe Ia'rrcT-a GiKraiLaOrrtea. I rt e'.mod, Va. rshy. sth, J801. (Jeseral Orders Sa. is.i I . The Bree cl CVa eriptj-a. ft d qnat. h ae f-w brl-glsf Irtoa-rtl.-s rersios nablr to unll- ! '.d,,,X: "4 ' k8thQr, ,M ,f' pekor t lleoem. tf lU IS 61. 10 tals troo-alraia aa.hUI. ik. la-aul tbeenear, ortl rccxit Jr any oartioalar p0?." tatttaslj ar tareb,rsoked. v- emmardtnts ot P.fts and oM-ers of ths Coa- - 5P ' : s A r!Jl tPd iSep r UeaL ' Ttranora'Sli'atri.y p.T. ... " . i niirrniT w-marwnMr,oni:rri on rrcran I meeetvioe la t: Ahead HWnmrtoa it lea, w.U with oe la t;-4,b aad adMntur cos it out de'sy , report le theae be'dnitr e-s. Byorueroc - l.EO.'i TOMZItKSV, i . - Ul Oaead'a Ijt. . tsinas lJt.tnt - ' hnat snd Pt JtdJ't. ' ' martl-H VoU'NrKKit sxitt L4JCAI. Dacpac.vcaa. T th-tta"t'n-crirt Act" - a It wl.l e mate real, d-e's leten 17 -nd 59 ara drc'arxd to bale iru ri of the ..Bieierte tUtee during tbe war. il te'w eo ih i-e sr trill boom bicnrj i-ii v hett ilm an op malty f vg.-rel to tbca aiJer IS aa i cr r i j to v. miiTer.ti nil np C s L J. kart ells b-lgaie it lef.atrr. lor local deteore. i aa evrat to be i-eat ojI ol the Fta'e. Tbose bi mfaa ur n'Rltt ti voMiteer - ost, wilt oct oely b . deprlred of Iht pr. rile e at elo'lag tbelr ea nf&ee.s. bat wll m m tuacnoea ai rmt ia ine regn'ar artsy 1 bars aa'ti jrl: fruta (iea Uiietre I, to raUe a Cmm. peny. tu ticoa or I eglee t. and-l-.vttt all and r IS ! ere: 45 aho pref- r eay sei vice, sxar b ias, ta oarJ mnrrbiBg aotl daty la U Ce d. lo aa laterrb w ith - l is, Eta ur mi st J at Marlatta. a m. pract-e-bla. j. ef. UAUf. BM-I0 IW ' i e II I'M . I'ltlKVOs (K TIIS; SOLDI KB. TkraiiaUaal the C'aMrlarary. -l4 tjjaarstM4j4ita (;ssaace Drr'ttr. I Kitlrd Uartaa. lilchoaufid. (eb. 10 lKi I THB irWn"asO-t nl tire ef soldiers ia tbe rty ef ISortbera Vl a-lnia. are Larrh aodfii iLai ... arranceme it baa thla t.a ktM-a tiMtui t - S Mitbtfra KspnstC-rnpaay to carry al packages ot looJ and wearing apparel to Ukbiaoad. V. To acnr tbe adTnu.'e thus Fxjr-tComp ay tae tAhl:g ihstractious saust bt o-errs '.- Ia karet renrt n- e-xiUIn mure tha nn tim.... ,r,ii ; ha wll .-if I 4J ni.l.i.n..t 4 i . at the ea.ene of tbe tUppet lo either nf the Vs.uMira c-iici Ai ia ion wnicii are I icatid aa lilotr4: fn Nottl Caro loa at baaieb: la fMit.b r;.tv.ii. . Coonibii; ta Ueorsla.at Aaauatt; la Alabama, aa M-ti'gTne-T: "r to sar th-r coiat it ahih m tbete a aiccii inns lilts an O.Tlce. Ice Aseau of ilieae Akoji4iiona will tiiM i.v. charne i f tncm. and alls dal y, by 8 a'hera k'xpreas oea ar, t the nr ter aare-.ta or th rnM auie a lilcimnd wm win aea th-ta 'i.iri i. ibe praiier I d vi tail owa jra. a j cM-i i'uiea or tte soldiers, sed to giro tbea erte'o srtdsp.eJy eiminaalM l wHh hiaia th. T'1' rm "xrne Comiaay baa agree I to g.v thW ralafWsl hMlaiA..a - u.au. a a , L.T" 11- " "V. -. laorari iau mo obatM a may oocttr ta ta ms aa ef ai laa ia -ie an eoterp the atveral IU tlroad Oempaelea ar oeirny rrq i a ij to reader the asprees Commas oca fac:me as will eaabla it to raali this arrun sue et a eeap'ets se e?sa. As teuUiera FxrNesaComnaav aanmu nM f miaul.-. or the traiaportaMea there packacea.U an elation are rrqiiatra ta withdraw tUet Aate tmofctre UentTr acted aa Uavetlia; ma eoe-ira. ft tbe re ier Asaova'Haia win .1.11 eDcitei mtturw ot otber araiea. tbe r my tij tboMei iriiegei ta rebyevered ta Artayo NurU 4i.-pr.ive a.-. L'VCJol.xnd Onaitannur. A. II. Liwro Qs tisatft Orncs 8 rrassv rxraxas f ovrarrr, Tt..aU -U4e,Ga . Peh ;C H.4 nda and :e stirea of HiMiura i . ! i.....r ra Vfrg rU'at d 'a-vhers that tbet are fcr pared le e rry. nr arrangements 'as aaecot.ced lo he lcov erd aad -sf toey will da!Mn h tr rv.cr to rulflj Ha reqs remerte JAMS SHDrTEB. ... . t fti BT' Acting 1'reatBj.lCap.tjo. sti ia -tn - " acnift. MALM t Bbla Laxtpblack. Apply ti At tv tatr Pai.tr..-. ft'jJT-tf. .. KIsgsTert fitid. ChuW'.. MVEBlaJyury bhek. Apply to - Pill.,. I.lrt'..w. fb37 -'fjtL King a.rtet Ut, t harlesula. 'trt.ACKMu r nt. fttintna ft ClIlA G !: D E T A RTS. tnUafiVa:.ed Kiactlag haa bjsa tawsAgblf tea e d aaU 4riTl 1. Kr aaia iiw . r ' - . Oi W. TBOTT, tVle Agaet ta teas City, t - Conaer Kibc ar-d Job streets. 01 by J. Law Kb OK LEWI3. Sv . , IMuUai lak Ka-tory. I 1.27 -U. ... K'Dg alt jet itoad CharU-st), TS i r, k PltK. 1I1S Press Is reeuev-ttuiiy lofurinod that tHev eaa at at t.rna hw-faniisacd i.U UO JD rtUTISU 111 at m. d4raa ravea. The iM.litt f tbU IXK HI sr-rak tit I'self bjjjre- fcrrii g tAai-:,Menr)', and "Cwir'r crrii g tajae'Mercnr'' sad "Cwirr" ef tklsuty, e siller id a Dib. leltr. bc j are made. All orJert muU be 4cceauanled by a dsecHptloa ot PrearS ttacd. J. L Wl.LNt E f AW IS. Cbarles oo friatUg Ink n'orka, fvJ7-tf K"g aliwt ltoad.Oift.nn.low. prtKa,A! WAxrun. A person e-pht of w ralrr a PctUr Power Preea a . - - cau fnid aaaawy alto Urn and gocd lUrf , oa aypli State cailoa at cico W Uua o. a - c :iiBHBiaMlBli4V'ili)wig