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^VOLUME 65. RICHMOND, SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 11. 1861._ NUMBER 111.
bTchmoni> whig. MTU.INKUY KALI. TRADE, 1860? 10K.4IRR lo call attention to my retnoeal fr»m No. ll» Main tl- ^ io ihc commedlou* new building No. *29 Mainftrcet, ad *in ng the »e» * "SFOTSWOOD Horn, yet ween 'th and »th WlW, where 1 am prepared to exhibit a larg MILLINERY GOODS ready made Millinery Aitlcl-s than heretofore, eoMtstlne of * < -aw and Velret Bonnet*, Bonnet F'umea, Rihhona, French • tJ Ara-rl-an Flowers, Bridal Wreath*, IleaJ Iteeases, !>rea* C*1*, I, - o*-,'i and B -rthat. Crape and Muaitn Collar* and Bleevea to f, t*' Caps. Ilata and Cloaks R'i he* and Tabs. Ac , In a'l style* 1. -oaneetfon with the general MVIInery business, I will aanaf.se mre to ord-r Cloaks and MantUla*. fall kind*. In the latent fash r,x„ , at reaa-nable price*. All order* wUI reeel»e prompt •. “ ‘ 55SS!1* 3 SPRING TRADE. 1SCL II .ATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS. ItOHT. I.. DK'kl.XSOI, Naceeaaor to KINPOHD, DirKIMM A U KISII.KH, RICHMOND, VA. H\* 'pen and In st-re, a foil and complete stock of HA1B, CAPS, and BTKkW ODOUR, . ],*•■•• an-* m-st fashion ml,- style*, which will be solj at *. and retail, on the m .*» f tv rahle lernta. y <n < f te. rrl tnt* la mo»i reapcctlully aolielledto call and samine forthrmael* *. »| ' I.IT % It % II XT* XXI>TXI»M * lee at lh» *h«rt--*l notice i a 'll Pi Red t 'CRB w 11 li id it lo their Inters at lo ca’I and ex p e.y atoek b-f-ire pn-chualoa. S SPRING STYLES JO OF II « T * AN l> «* API. xi v i«nrtr pit HIT* an I CAPS *t>r th«? Spring tr*A<? U oof r| euhru-in* th- n -w stylet »r*l c©* r* of 8©fl H* . * M ibiiCu^uirrt h«|i,ixm1 « (rnt virir*; o' n#w Lvfhoni in-l Wraw tfati ‘n great varl-tv — 4 , a g-n *ra! mm im-nt cf getsilcmea’a furnUhHg g«» «te. I’m t-, 14 W%Ik»n< t1 xn 4<* 4c all or «.*v of vM«h vlUbtf »ol«l >Mrt>nili ifct cHy. l bk»o r *• tlbllv invite tciil ffoa yjrrK.ise.1. JOHN THOUPpoj|% at# _No 1 >ullar*l Ho—. SPRING 1861. NolTbkRN HAT SAHA FACTORY. ESTABLISHED 18S8. • x :hx “r r•■»;« tfalljr lnvi»«** the alien- , » ■ • '■ . -V 11• th’ ■ • *t s- 5. .. hit « w: 4-1.1 f - ;*< iiiiufi^tur^d HaW PtrchRimtU) fititl • tvir Intercut to call h‘.« house. previous to ( „• far*' N th, ii Waving it.thing un* •paring ro viprnw or pains to keen the - Room will be »A-r*r:t- I to ’om^re favorably, in quality and price with goods s i *r may 'thet in a*«ft. There »iU he found all the quail WuOL, r/laml SfKAW HAP*, from Die lowest price the finest quality for gentleiueo. Also, Boys* and ir-Vs hats and c %*'t of aPgraie# and Styles, and Ladies* 4 . Hals cf all the vai1 'us qualities, H •'■%•*•■» will db well to -all and eiatn'ne. Ms si. MMnil, fa is6i. 1861. III.ITT A WEMtiEK, . >1 \\l H T( KEKS AM* WHOLESALE DIALERS IAi lints, Oops and Straw Goods Mo. If! Mai* $racrr, \orrosrr* Eli i am#* BaxiJ hi LfHiiUt/, l‘ I. , "tv* ready aid ar- npv off ring to the Merchants of Virginia, H>rt* .'arolina and Tennessee, at prices to tall the times, a com* ;»• «:a- « of *t»ring srd Hummer <• ads, whtch for variety and a - • %nnot »>e excelled. Buyers will do well to give us a call be d u-chaste g elsewhere. KlUfT A WKiBHiKR, ERCOI K ICE SOUTHERN MJLMtACTl'RES! D*» .<>, and especially If you can obtain as desirable Goods, with ut paying a' y more for them than their actual worth. T»li: « KKYMHIU UOOIK.N CO.nPtNV #f ih s tv organised laat year, and i*» order t-' iuak; such Goods m • alt! not eompwU with, ' ut would -a*.h*r a! i other MouLen ■Aau'iC urers. by furnishing /radts aid s’y’e* of G K>*isth»t have 2:r.' heretofore been ma le in Virgin a, thev tilled their Mill w th Ma , v of the vr»t and quality. They are now oanufae tu- g flu Ctr.-IVKRK' a*. J CLOTH* of tv rv va- ct*. from file \ x\\ \ - t \ - In ?he 5» uth to t ’ e r G a* Ij. AM w‘ h %v • »r-:i the A IMY I , . •. • «j l At first siprsssly fur thw Virginia MHliyy 1 c *y • u e :. • !i it *-A«» e (tt .f ■ qUAlMft W those *ti y had been buying hereW*%*re. and quite »s "h-a»» T VirvTVi *tv.e and Central tg l u tura: bo ietl-s, »l their f. • * I . . ' • • Purchasers may rely upon every pie e of Goods manufactured kr it be'ig w>at It Is represented, and under 0" circumstances will this C *epio; be Induced to work shoady In th«i: Goods, nor Will they card anv cotton with tbeir w-'ol LKWLS D. CRKN3UAW, PresldsnL *AV"lt P W TCWKt l,' Wr , Dtr^tom J>ii II M vr*or«, t V Hiiw . d, Hi k/-r:« f„r th of »br Uon-l* -iinrif* -lor--1 h* Ibr Cron I* ,w * ...i-n Om-. i* of K.-bm.nd V« , w- h»vr n wnnh.n l .•>.» in."-*1 jr.r.t* nf (In •. pl»m »nl fancy Slnu’c w l IMoW* k G-au-ra,-. • Hhtwl* .nil ,r-- m .na'.rturi-* «; -h- ... 01 4 'Kh> w.-* -II of whiu, .» -I*,r In th-- lr. In .1 fair p-V-M »n.l k..tl.or.i loru.*. wtln e&Urv c.'O.ionoe ilt.t Iho »-ti(<*rpri*-r .ill w .■I*o - )lh*r.l tuppori. OMK^i-4UAV I CO.. A*rot*. V>u U * *. v» EfiO HOILRHS f-w B-‘ in, K.P. >K| Towbm. *tfg . Wp» «)•* (n ita-non., tn b« o^l of bm.) thou, a wh.ki.iy t oa sTSTooo. qonvr CLOTHING! aka Gents’s Furnish ini; Goods, t< >a 8*1* A T COST v o l< ( A a II, T-i llo-v the Hln>li' M«m k *IM* *ahwri*-«r h • !«a l?i* |.r prl h-r to nlT-fthe I I. ,H h nn !.»" I, 4. »n-»r t» . •»•! uiJnt ! l , -v ,.v>rua*.t, kun. a; k*>- opnnrtu^lly » > n*r,ll«nt a«* W> ^ ...» mil- In *f hf«l m.-.mrr T*n ell In i ■! i,,*'' *|* * I'll, ImIM *1* jl'l ni-i-lk,, ,Dtl pr* . it, -»rr ni putUtoik-» „ u ,• D't kii full Swill*. **«e p do ftuj Cw P ntt 8.11: 8tt-l-.r«#O-'.t* ll.-ilinfr. V*'U C.-iinirrr tlo AL80, Phlrto Oln»** 0.1 !.:• Dr.w. Her* Tl«. II:.».!»nr’ Ink Ph.w'., 8.'*r^ A" «<-l-ct--d at th-- l> -l rr. i k. t, tor tot.!! T*» le. *,«i:tC!’ V , tl.f -It, ,|t* tor 4 .r'n^ | a- m luvitad '.a tn ri*m!*t. »\i —, v-w. !hir.k m n / .-an be tuv!-\ mnd »e nffer >° d: • ra.-t.ia ft.r the pm p *■■ of i fk-lnk / M . Trp<«*M, Ap-nt, •!,*» _ __M w — ‘ CRENSHAV CASSISEKKS. it i: r n i. st i: s. t. s < \ *m n i: k i:s. YOI At. x *A ES-I'LH'.s i'A>S. VERES. Ml I.I.Ktv’S CA8S8IMKRES. . i * innilieru Wf »i■«nlarturv*. now n hand and will b*»*-*•» c-fee. in th-l.W. •*< -t 'T cm. r 1 1.1 luloir.tKY WEAR. r, |..r il,:» a boo !ie-n MunNcor* «fl>nwiHiJI>|,|1f I y • t , | -..-t .|»*i-gupfr n neof th'* er ei, e reer-t man .1tV burl ...a, (•’* 1 A.##*oe * **./ . • i .sWj«>e"Wfcr,1 lt.ter«ay • f (I ’ now me hu«! . ei, aid An wi £ li can g:ye C« caalou t f.. of V it in a • .!»• Ca.1 a the large aud New Store, hat ■ 1J »ttnd, 114 Alain Street, ajveq U«l :R» SMTTIT | \ • : : V wisi li’ ,-r*R<. a J * • 4 Ilr then any oth-r msii d'.o ildMMnarRlg fro® • re J Mont ieh an 1 U •2 ■ l • '** l-y r '. in W. RITUltW A tnfrW* ltotil. M'KIAiti T»\I>K. INOI. SHAFER, HALSEY & CO., MASUfACn RaU AND DCALEiUi IN CLOTdlN®, lit) Main St.. Riohmoml, Va. I ’ll y it* " >0 of merrhan-e la ea’ted to a new aod well »e!eet I 1 rl »„ r a nt of rr.asil CLOrxiMO. now ope lng fur the I »r. .. y^asi-uiNG Q IODaUj great rtfKtr. 4 eillh rv.pect I fa , . ,. • • Sll \r. • 'I ,’.SET A OA. BOOTS AMi SHOES. WKSTON ,V AVIX,LIAMS. No. li Pearl Aiful, stcoMosp, a, ni v* JW< roc-dyed a fall an I «o»i le.a aMoriaent of HOOTS and SHOES * '.o! tn the pre» n‘ - a i, and, in a K A or. fo fhe!r Urge and » <» -I atcxR af fw-»n «>’>»», h*ee the *** toasor fur to ,t; , „ Rartory at S act,; n, Va., which, a turning out * -** and , ia::' r, if wo k oq tal to any !• the coonUy 0 d.ry aer tiauU are requeeted «o e» > »■* •»»!&• J*'’-*** trie* WE-TON k W-LUAV9, B, go ’1 No ia rp* l atropt i oo “s ntvs a. werro. »«*_ ItLUTHIMl AT WiloLESALF.-W* lar.te the alt all-a of awantry ■wr-haat* to oar large and ta i.t-1 • oca of M*imc rLOTiiitc, 41 if whieh ha* hewn iaaao<a-tured by o raelre* la «o—rlnr a»y!e, **tor treat advantage* and niRfri «poatM«e**Hhdmlunwa. 4a -itmlnat. a i* reinr-.failr m>I c ard _»*• ru n, halonhw a «UM e1«XTON * % HV« -tent- po-aed* North Onrwftoh▼ar-i, > '-»« #>« U idnllto *n 1 raid fact rrlat, oI T*»J j MaOly. |a more and f r tale hy .*00 IBT, MM raw iwnw house, t >KTt.K?tLK OP NSOROIS. THE undesigned b»s this day c-mm-ncel the Auction bu»lnc«a, for th- sal* or XKlK'EK at the Au lion Rcum on Franklin Street lately oc upl.d by BCTT* * GREGORY He *111 sell Negroes both publicly and privately, and solicits the | patro as*- of hs frl-nds and die pub'ie generally He pledget his rffertstu prom >tr the lot rest "f h's patrons . ant flatters M t self | that from Ms b og experleaee to the trade, he will be enabled to obtain th-hi, heel market price* He will make liberal advan-es on a'l propelty In haod—and Is | r<pared to board pe-*ons to gree t in the trade, and al o Uielr strvanta—having ample accum moda Iona for bott. h H BVOSaS, Or Prank Do, Srd door below Wall street April 15th, 1SSL__ m kichSoNB potteries, w FOOT OF MAI* STREET, ROCKETTS, AND CORNER OF CART AND 12TH STREETS, KICHHIOND, VA. KEESEE <5c FARR, PROPRIETORS. suboertber* reep-cffully n (ora the merchants of Virginia, A North Carolina and Tennessee, that they are manufacturing the beat quality of STONE-WAKE, Which they will tell it the very lowest prices, u'nM a libtrul dls Oount for cUmA. All Ware told by os will be delivered In any part of the City free of charge, THOU. W. KKKSLE, •o** DAVID PARR _ \V I UX)Xfc81 llBS’ SEWING MACHINES. IXVKXTKP XT J. K. GIIIHS, mil Poliak, POCAHONTAS COVNTY. VA.. A NO la tnanufaesured under patents granted u> him and James A. Wlllcox, dated June J, 1S.M. re Issued July IK, I9M. Patented August 10,1 v'.s, February 81, Irdt) Also tlncenscd under tlx othe: Pa*e-itla, covering the entir- construct! n of the Machine ; Congo qo-titlv, there ran be no I tlgutl >n In regard to the patent right. It la lea* complicated and the most perfect working Sewing Ms chine now In use. It f rum a flat, even and clastic seam, which Is warranted not tc rip In wear, and Is reliable upon all kinds of fabrics.JIY.’U Price|85 to |>5. livery Machine warranted. JOUR A. REI.VIN, Hoivli't Block, tepfl 11th and Governor street*. lit HHOS BACON MOBS. 1W 111 to do Bhauldets, A Y stoker a oo. 1861. NEGRO HIRING. 1861. E. A. J. t L O I* T O V. Ueal KstJktOa'c I lirinur Auront, OFFICE CORNER WALL ANII FRANK! IN STREETS, OPPC SITI IHCKINdON. HILL A CO, KLCBiiVIOISMD. VA, TIDE tubs, r her begs to return hi* acknnwlcdgeraen'a to his frier.d* and patrors for the r favors during 'he prist ,le years, and vhiM Infoim them that he »'l I continues the business of H IK |NO ( I T NsGhOkit. RENTING OCT lli'l'KIM, COLI.Et.TlNG CLAIMS, a'ld all busloess per' iinlng to a General Agency, to all which he gives hi* /.svadoif .life a Got*. Vt~ Parti*** In thee • untry wh.» may entrust ih** hiring of their I N grf***s t'» Mm, may rrst assure I of ev**ry attention being paid to ge>un them m»r»e other bu* good hom»*s. and the best prices, ami lb the event of aickn- «s, tlie best mtdiral and j/4rmma! attention •hall aiwayi* b** *uppil-d. lie has also a large comfortable apart* Ui-nt. connected with Ms ofllee, where those servants who are not provided with pities to stay at night during the hiring, mas re ma'n, wth a good tire, rasa or cusbuk Negro*• for hire ihe coming year, had better be tent In to me as early after Christmas as pcsaib.e, TotA^at a diUitnc* t wAotn lam i*rrnm4tlly uninotrt*, l bey to rt/t r U• tie Jk-a otctntf p4r nt+n* : Rirhraon l, Dickinson, Hlil a Co ; King and Qnrea county. Dr Shv.. .. a-.V, .- r-^tv.l >n l um.tkln Thnrrxmm Fp.ntle toy; W. stmoreWnd county. Dr. F D Wheelwright, Rev. Thot K l, ic, King Wi li»m county, John L La'ane, W. 0 Latane, !>r. John L. a... K ngCu nrge county, George Turner, Richard Turner, T 'l.gtnolss, Th mu Lee, Caroline county. So lludgl-, Dr. John D Bu-.er Ekte* county, N. J B. Whitlock, Dr. James H. Litane, Edward ¥. Noel, Beverley D. Roy, J Roy Micou, Wllsey Fcgg. George T. \t right, Oloncts'cr county. Dr Thomas C Cloptor.J f Arson 8'ubh*. Jasper C Hughes. Jsntrs CHy county, Parts Plater; I Use Kiri c unty. Win.. E. Olnpion. R r. t K twle, Dr L C. Crump, John 8 I acy. R. T. Lacy; Louisa county, Dthnev P arris t. Cuoibt rlami county, Wm. D. Cl >pton. P B Poster; Lunenburg county, <V W. Brown; Cu peper cnut.'.s. J B Chewalnc. Prince Wil'him connty, Wm. J. Wiers; Norfolk, Cap:. J. 8 Mlddlloa, John tiormley. dec 1.1—si iy helm_ notice. EUGENE CAR KING TON, LT’MREK DEALER, CORNER PRANK LIN AND NINETEENTH STREETS, KtORUokP, Viaatiua. A LW AYS ON HAND a Sue assortment of all kinds of LUMBER, A V Is WhTe P'ne, Ash, M*veranv, Hickory, Bi-sea Walnut, Oak, Oherry, Maple, Pop.er, RuStjU Wood. YELLOW PINE. 1 Inch Boards, Wfather-Bo vri llrj, g do do Plori la Heart Pice, Step Plank, Garden Sails, Flooring, Scantling, Ac. -ALSO— Celling Boards, Heart and Sap SMngleg, LvU.ea, Oeslar and t'nk P-sts. mhl fJRKAU SPRING HAROWARB AND CfT 1 LK tY.-We are ti w reeel v eg a ecirplete assortment ofllard wares d Cnthry, f> r»ts-n and dou'ssilc, comprising in part |of— p. -get and Pen Sr’..- «, Tshl. O-.i'l— y, of n ar r 'very kind. Ran. rs :tnl Scias rs. a Urge vanrtrrent. Corn and lit ver leader best kind. Ca'tsugv, » 1 -rgg -.3* uiul.ul A tree >-s »J » aad -‘hi , tj, all sit.-s. Rowlar. i'» Spa 1 r in i Shovels, all sues. Marta e and ‘ay Pork-, a larg- lot. H rse anil Mule till es an l Horse Nails. Plated Spoons an ■ Porks. H -rse Coil ts a d Rlitul Bridles. Chains of all kind* and si sea M rt ae. Kn I-, 8'oct, Pad, Chest and Cupboard Locks, In great variety. With every article kept la our Une of business too tedious to mc-llon We Invite our friends and th • public to call on us. \V« w.U sell bargains fur ciah or to punctual customers TUkO. ROBERTSON A 8CN, mh8-N N" A"* Main street. I o%DON PGRTRR.-MCasks Htbbsrta.ftrrtalsbw 1 i u.h. kDWIN WORTHAM A CO. ,» ► TIFKCKN Tt>DI> A MIN'8 F.XTRASIGAU ^•» Cured Family Hama, In store and fur sale by .h« W. H PLEASANTS. V"- Fi.lL RIGA1I8 P8 r. reiving a^d f r sale at WglT A JOHNSTON'S Mookstora ^PRING ItOIN N KTN —PARIS STYLES —Just revived at n rgMi - Hot I, a case o' Drees Hats, J re t from Paris; also. Spring style Straw VI B-nteia and Miss- - Halm Ladies a t». ut leasing the e|lv ran pec cure Bonne u. In the reBa ble Spring ahape of eitlier Silk, Straw or Crape. Every article of M Itlnerv and Mantidaa manufactured to order at short notice. [mhl i] N. C. BARTON, Main street HKF1NKD SI DA ««.-«"> harrr Is ft r tale by anh KDWIV WORTHAM A CO ,s - I I BM AND FHUKINS M FERIDR RPR a5»l ORAM I COUNTY Bl TIER, Just received by steamer York town 81 keg« and half bids. Virginia Mountain Butter, at' hags Mocha, l.sgcayra, Java, l'- ylon and Hin Coffee, Stfbbls. Crushed, Cut, Granu ated, Pulvviised, ks/lfee and lln.wn Sugar, 1«b*lf cheats but listen srt i Blark Tes, lust bids. Pamilv Eitra ansi SupetBce Floor. Si. car ut. in.- n City lid."sand plain Hams, 17i Tt.m Brest pie -es, Shoulders sed JMes Ha on, .h.1 h. a * a p-art time, Adamantine and Tallow Candles, lull bush tirev, Crsswder and lt'a. k Eye Peas, WOtuah Wbll. V• »r and Peach Blow Potatoes, I on ' n porter, quarts ari.i pints, Pert ar.l Madci-a Wire. Louden Ils>.-k Brand, ; and pure Old Va. Mountain Whisky. P r sale whssleSale and tetall, by J 8 ROBbRTBON, ,.j( Os.rnev taaseernor vn.l Franklin streets. 114 BKIth. Btasusurd llossvKe, In store and foe sa!> by j A. Y.8T0KK1 . 00. IF VOI HAVE A I ' B In la I condition, try Dn Val A Nasrtssii’u Hi.rim Tonis-. It i» wo:th flfty lime, lb-price of it tor tm|sr«<vlng Ihe cos diti-n of Horses. Ac., a -d preventing amt curing Pots, Worms, Hidebound, Distemper, a ■. J. P. Hit l, goto Manufacturer and Proprietor. |gw-a, 11 Ky ,p Hr.icvitts In fee IV United Staler and In the B m 0 *;■& fit 14 114 1 F4IK V4*M NTEKKN IN .14 Tl V F I skill 11-F. In : r par n. e aidwl l be | ubllahwA Iwmetflal ly, A 111- , li »f 1 aetls-s tor Volos terra In Active Servlet, compiled El-VU. m r . t g a’l that la . -a. a l.*l fur Tsaopa in active servlet- Bv Col Vs H Riortaaiee-v, Jr. NEARLY READY. M ANUAL FOR TBOGpKkis AND v-oCNIKD RIF* EMIN I— •■We wo tltally.isro eoiion loan Imperial t miliary autk lit II- . » of;ui all u by our tuwtisran. A Moirts, publisher \ i . nk ri»N flimCNlBia coa v'ImU.-u a»«i woiuV*m rt of the Urll f«.r M.ninteii rill-men In 1*1 • i .iian to whirh b rr |»rictc>l in fa.I, the 8tlrjlth«r» Dill, for M uaWfl Riflemen, hj C*|* Mwur?, *© whlrh » corre ponfleot re fer i «.> fnv..r »Mv in » ur rolmrn* a f-w we V* «g v H A (/. HOOKS AND Si ATIOKEKY. IW. U.WIiOLrtl, Ut Mala Btnet, has for tale * hill • *t.ck u! >. i -oi and MWc-lan.oiu Hooka. 0a|>, Letter, Note, I and W applcg P p.r- Hetia. Ink, faeelopea, Ukaianda, Pencil* Blank Ii» as, and Other aiticiea of Stal.entry Abo new and standard Music_ *1^ IMinOVD, I>V\KN»*OKT A. CO., OI»KM KM J Sale no* I Hiding, CoUl.Sic.ly, Madeira Winvt, Hecn.a.ee Kr*r.d: lu \ pip.* and Jg, cash, Vi _tag -1 in Bond, H | e a Ucidal 'it Wine, Cut Loaf fugara. Gang wder and Black Teas, J* ra C I. r, Ur iel Mua’ard, Porto Klco Sugar and Molynet, > LSI. Jamaica Mum, T year, In Sued. IJIPdKTVn IlCOilV Cheddar Cbee*e, of ,uper!. r qualty, and beautlfiiilj pu. op IhtUh Ch.cte, li balb, of lupe ior quality Oilers Capo, Olive) Pare G-auJeCh rtieua* C rita’ (white and green) Mac arool, Ve'tneeeiH, >5 M Cigar, ( b .w Chow, Caul 8 wer. Gaiuita W-ei-r Sau.v, 5 rr:», Re'bh, l-quante Sauce Mustard, C.Hre nil and Sardines ...» Brandy 17K, Champagnes In magnum*, quarts, pinto and half pints Carets, Bon good to eery inferior Por tale by ___ Ju*>—»w BLAIR A CHAMB1MLATSE.T i DOCK ABOl'T DOC rOHS. fDT A JOHSSTON, 1 -OOKRLLPRS AND STATIONERS, 145 Mala ilreot, i Bare reoe'ved tie (bllowirg ktf BOOKS: I A BOOK ABOCT DOCTOR*. By J Co. dy author of “No»rb sad Noes b*!,” *r. liloatrated Td*r N t r.lhu . TKI iu i -r**n riorme :>* ctor. IIALTI TOUT LOCH HOSPITAL. ESTABLISHED AS A REFUGE FROM QUACKERY. 'I Ik Only * lace wlirre a Core can be Obtained. DR JOHNSON h*s discovered the most Certain, Speedy and only Effectual Remedy lathe World for Weakne** of the Hack it Limb.., Stricture*. Affertlooa of the Kidney* and Bladder, Involuntary Dischargee, impotency. General Debility, Nervous ness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low ?i lilts, Ocnfuslon of Idea*, Palpi tati >11 of the Heart, Tlmidil* .Tretnb.'ng., UMSM of MAI > r tnd dtnea, Dlae tae of the Head, Throat. No*e or Bkln, Affection* of tlie Lung*, Stomach nr Bowels—those Tcrilt le Disorder* arising from the Bo ltary Habits. f Youth—those swairr and .olltarv practice* m re fatal to their victims than the song of Byren* to the-Mariners of I'lyyses, hl'ghtlng their most br.lllant hopes or AuUcipation*,ren dering marriage, Ac., Impossible. YOUNG MKN Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweep* to an untime ly crave thousands of Young men of the most exalted talent* and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise have entranced listening Senate* with the thunder* of eloquence, or waked to erstacy the living lyre, may call with fnll confidence. MARRIAGE. Married Person*, or Young Men contemplating marriage, being aware of physical weakness, organic deld'lty, deformities, Ac., speedily cured. He who p'acea himself under the care of Dr. J. may religiously confide In hi* honor a* a gent man, and confidently rely open hla skill as a Physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS. Immediately Cured and Pull Vigor Kes.orcd. Thi* Dreadful 'Mseaae which renders Life miserable and Mar rlage Impossible—Is the penalty paid hy the vlct'ms of Improper Indulgences. Young person* arc too apt to remind excesses from not being aware of the dri alful Consequence* that mav enaue.— Now, who that understands the subject rill pretend to deny tha the power of procreation I* lo»t sootier by thnje fading Into Im proper habits than by the prudent? Beni le* being di prised of the pleasure of healthy offspring, the most * rious and destructive symotomi to both body atnl mind arise. The system t econo * De rant- d,the Physical at I Mental Funetlona tVeak*ned,Losa of Pro creative Powrr, Nervous IrrlLabhitv, Dyspe|wW, PalpiutiuD of U.e Heart, lndlg* ath>u. Constitutional Debility, a tt anting of the Frame, Coughs, Consumption, Ac. OFFICE NO. 7 80UTU FREDERICK STREET, Left band side going from Baltimore street, a Tew doo'i from the comer. Fali not to observe name and Dumber. Letter* mu*' be paid and contain a stamp. The Doctor's Diplo mas hang !n his office. I)R J011NB0N, Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, graduate from ore of the most eminent Colleges in th Unde! Wale*, and the greater tart of vhi *e life ha* been spent In Pe hospital* of L *ndon, Par , Pb‘l* lelphla an 1 el-- where, h.”* effected some of the most at tonlshiog cure* that were ever known; many troubled with ringing In the h, *d and ear* whi-n asleep, gre -t nervousness, be.ng alarm ed at attlden »ounil*, hashfulnese, with frequent blualdng, at tended somellmea «th a derangement of mind, were cured Im mediately. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. Dr. J. add>e»*r« nil those who have Injured then Helve* hy Im pr, p r Indulgence ai d solbary b.ahha, which ruin both body and n lud, unfit ing them for e'.thci I urines*, study, aoilety or mar riage. These are some of the sad sod mlmehc y Cfo-cls produced by tarty habit* of youth, vl?. : Weaki eas of tbe Rark ar*.i Dim be. Pain* in tl>e II.ad, Dimnrsa of Bight, Lo.-a of Musoular Power, Pal pitallon of Iht Heart, Dysprpsy, Nerrou* Iiritahillty, Derange ment of the Idges'.i ve function*, (iencr.il Debility, Symptoms of Consumption. Mxntai-lt.—Tbe fearftil iff cl* on the roln.t are tnneh to be dread i Lons of W> rn ry. Confusion of Lit a*. I>c| ,-cislon of Bplr It*. Evil Foreboding*, Aversion to B< -lety. Self Dial rust, Love of 8 dltude, T uiidlty, Ac , sr. some of the t-vl1* prodacctl. Thousands ..( pere.rs of all agescin now ju Ige wiiatiitbe rau*e of their >leel|T<ltig health, Irsitig their vigor, becoming tu sk, pale, nervous and eiuat-iaL d; having a singular appearance about the eyes, cough and symptom* »f rorsuiui tlon. YOUNG MKN Who have Injured th ruse e* by a certain practice Indulged In when alone a habit frequently learn d from evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are nightly felt, eren when asleep, and If n t cured nc den marriage Impossible, and destroys both mind »ml body, sboulJ apply Immediately. What a pity lhat a voling man, the hope of hi* country, the ■i u-ling of his parrots, »hou d be matched from all prospects and I of life, by the consequence of deviating from the path of nature andln lu ring In a certain Secret hkb.L Buch persons «mT, before comer..p.attLg MARRIAGE, reflect that a sound min i and body are the most necessary reqalst tb»n to promote connubial happln-rs. In leed, without these, the ioarrvy through H e becomes a weary pilgrimage; Uie p- speet hourly darken' in th- view ; tb» tulml heoomes shadowed with des pair aud flll-l with the niviat choly reflection that the happiness of another becomes blighted with our own. DISEASE OK IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided and Imprudent votary of pleasure finds he has Imbibe! the seeds of this painful disease. It too often happens that an Ill-timed s- nse of shame, or dr. dof dtscaverv, deters him front applying to those a ho. from education and respectability, can alone befriend hint lie falls Inti- the hands of the Ignorant and designing pre. coders, who, incapable of curing, fllch hls pecuniary substance, keep him tricing mot th aflet month, or as long as tlir smallest fee can be obta.it J, and lu despair leave him with ruined h-alt‘ to >lgh ever hb- trailing dlisrmointni-rt; or, by the u.oe of that deadly prison, M. t ciy, hattt u the eouetitutl.'ual system of *.hla terrible d' a.-c, lut * as aifet tiou of the Head, Throat, Nose, Svln, etc., prog ess -.g with frightful rapidity till death putt a pe riod to hls drr.. :ful s.tiferlngs by s- ndlng him to that undiscovered t}< uatry from w*' «e hr.-jrrc no traveler returns. ENDORSEMENT OK TIIK PRESS. Th•• many thous. vie cured at this Institution within the last eighteen rears, and t numerous Important Surgical Operations p rlorned by Dr. Johnson. witnessed by the repo.-teis of the ••Sun" and many uth t pap*en, notices of which have appear- d again and again before the public, besides hls standing a* a gentleman of -1 aracter and rssponslh'dty, Is a sufficient guarantee to the af flicted. SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. Persons writing should he particular In directing their letters to hls Institution, In the following manner: JOHN M. JOHNSTON, V. D„ Baltimore Lock Hospital, au*r—ly Baltimore. Maryland. TO TDETRADK WE would call the a'tent'nn o' merchants vlsltl'g the /> ci-v • lock <f DIDGAfll MEDICINES. P INTS. OIL4, WINDOW GLASS, DYE- W r-T' PsS, l-CIENT MEDICINES, Ac., Ac. Comprising la part of— Alum, Ginger White, Aloas. Ginger African, Anna'.to, Glue, Arseni-. Gum Arabia, Assahrt'da, Indigo, Allaplce, Ink, Alcoh'l, Kerosene Oil, Blacking, Logs .od, Blue Stone, I,'erred Oil, Brimstone, Madtlct, Burning fluid, Pepper, Brushes of aD kIE.ils, Bed Wood, Camphtn *, Pal. S.'da, Camphor, Hop. Park. So.la, Oastor Uil, 8eldl-t» Powders, Clove*, Sp.trsh Br- wo, C-pperas, P|.lers, of all kind*, Ci earn Tartar, . Venetian Red, Concentrated Lye, Varnhh.s, tpscin Salts, White Leal, Ket Logwood, Window Glaas, of various Bustle, six. a Having lately re fltti d our store with all the modern Improve ments fot carrying os the bus! car, we are enabled to give the ut most d’spstch to all nr *ers - ntruxieJ to us, promising our individu al attention, aided by competent assistants. JOHN T. GRAY, Druggist, mhlS No. ltd Mstn it., Rhhmond, Va. Iktfl. SPRING T1A1E. 1M1 DOVE & CO., WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, No. 38 Ylaiii SI., Have In store th. Ir full itock of Drugs, M-dleines, Pslnts, Oils, l’y. -tell.. Ac., which tt ey are prepared to se 1 very low (or cash, nr t» ■ mpt ctuUtmtn on six months time. AU goods warranted of the best quality. Stock consisting. In part, of the following articles: In tgo, Bmoklrg Tobacco, (every form) Sup. t'arh. Poda, (English) Turf Oil, Et *.**!'», Water Pearls, l et, L gwood M- illclnsl It andy, Camphor J Mcdt-a U Wines, (li peras, Y- rtnl uges, (all kinds) Castor Oil, Pil s, (all kinds) Laodanutn, Concentrated Lye, Ginger, Boaps, fall kinds) Pepper, Beltllttx Powders, Allspice, Cherry Pectoral, Nutm-gs, Mustang Liniment, Putty. Gum A: able, Olive OH, Tnnqua Beast, Spts. Tu-pcnt'ne, B acting, tarnish, (all kinds) Coal (I I, Window Gla'S. (-all sixes) Burrdr:,-Fluid, ChewD g Tobacco, Matches, Pega.s, (all grades) MachH-r Oil, Tanners' OH, Unit cd Oil, Ac , Ac , Together with, a rho're variety of Perfunurr, Tooth, Hslr and Nall Brushes, all th- Patent Medicine*, anti every variety of good* usu ally sohl In a Drug Store. Careful attention paid to packing and shipping. tpIO DOTH t 00. I IAN 1C raids, IN EAHNFST, At WHOLESALE and RETAIL, By JOSEPH HT»AUSK. No. Y7 Msln street Jujt bough: at t.-sa t! «t 10 cents on the dollar, a Urge stork of rich Lawns »t t'S, s I" at.tl tH cts ; Fl-e Jaconeu ami Organdie*, \‘*\, la Ac ; P-bag* s, N cts.. In -U . and higher, Here.< s, all col ors, at Is , •J.'i et- , Ac ; 5INI hslid-om- Br.-e» t Btel a Shawls, w'tli Chra'lic Embroidery, at ♦ At), worth $AUI; Itinck and Cloied silk Paiaaols Worn 7f>cvuts and upwa Us; fast colored C-llco, at CV, and N rent', ©heap at lb; I.vIbs’STk Th--ad Gloves tt-.l Onut a cent*, worth double the utont-v; lloifflei, Lin«n llandk-i thi**f*, Ir‘»h I leer, and Rofmu*; Hr- wu and Black Bhkitii g id<« hh%ctiug; l*UH>w Can•* MuaHn a.id To veihi|i; Krru« h Needs -Worked Ik Tan* from toVftcta ; Otmbric w«l Swift Banda, Hie Unit work in Ca iiotrti *n«l Linen Good* for Men and il yt’ wear; Itia -k and Colored Hillw, an f great many more (!*>«• If, too tinner* nu* to mention, will t>c foetid tt |»rim Uiat lutor.ifh rtr<r*bodjr tnat calls at No. Mala ttreet Look out for th • right flare. apiT JJ8KPII HI KAUB*. j^Kr Sll IVFFLT FAMILY HBOCSBUMU 10 flrkma No. 1 Ooshen Bolter 15 hbU I'ackwhea* Flour bid* mi|»crflne V'xira and facallj Floor Burnkcd and l*lck!ed Salmon 85 h Id !* No. ! N. 0. Roe Ucirlr f 25 pkgf No. 1 Mackerel 25 bx» Magllth lialre, Ptne Apple aifd Gofben Chefff Cat Meal, Rje Flour, kt, *>. nit receive) and for sale uD the lowest terras for cash, or tt prompt customers, at MINNLa k CO.’S Family Grocery, nol4 Rdand Main Hu LI'-VIF PLAITU.-iSi tons Lump Plaster, on the W.’.arf, and to arr ve, for sale in lets to suit uu ctaa.rs, by apS R. B. BOMKRVII.I.K k O'. VSl i’FLV VF Til K LATF8TBIMIC At Mouaih’ li ekst-re, 97 Malostreet Tt e Rival Walts By Cba 1 ■-» (> r bv. i.'C Ever of T> er Tra; * -rli t; n brltliaate. By T. M. Brown. 75. The Obe-cn Polk a Hy tirohe. She. Tap0*The Window Pane. New song. By J. P. Webster. SOe. Hei y of Itrsuty. By W. II. B urne. V5c A Maif.n’1 Prayer. Written and adaptX by W J. Weltnore, M. D. 25c. Cavatina, uo Balls la Waaeke a. Arranyed for the liaao by Jas Billak 26 a. Jennie’s Grave. New Sony. By J. P W.biter 2.V. Tie Htrar.yer on the Bill. Words by Buchanan R'.ld. Music by V. b b ar c OeaiK Will.- Ward. Written by It. James Cooper. Composed by R T Curtis *V The Harriet Lane Polka. By A. Allmuth. 4«c. The City Gu vd Qalcktlcn. Oucn posed and respectfully dedicated to the Petersburg City Guard, Capt John P, May. £y Uudoro Camps. 40c. The Artist’s Sehottlsch. By James Beliak 40c. Co Bailo In Maschers Opera dc Verdi, Wocturne Cantablle. J. As char. Lorenv with variation* By II 0. Rlefert. JOc. __ CPKUIOK OLD KYfl UliisKY.—100 kblspure Country and Western DLUiled Rye WMaky. For sale by at>90—<* I. A O. B DAVENPORT. CEPHALIC PILLS, CURE SICK HEADACHE! CURE A Nervous Headache! CURE All Kinds of HEADACHE! By the ox of these Pills the periodic attacks of Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented; i nd if taken at the commence ment of an attack Immediate relief from pain and sickness will be obtained. They seldom fall In removing the Nausea and Headache te which females are so subject. They act gently upon the bowels,—removing Co/tirenese Bor Literary Men, Stmlents, Deilcat* Females, and all perssns of SolanUiry habile, they are valuable as a Laxative, Improving he aj)}>etite, giving tone and vigor to the digestive ergani, and restoring the natural elasticity and strength of the whole system The CEPHALIC P1LLR are the result of long Investigation and care'u'ly conducted experiment!, having been In use many years, during which time they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from Headache, whether orlgina ting in the wereoue syetem or from a deranged state of the stomach. They are entirely vegetable In their composition, and may he ta keu at all time! with peifect uafety, without raak'ng any change ot diet, and the absence of any disagreeable taste, reraters U e<i*j to administer them to children. HEW ARK (»K COONTLREEITP I The genuine have five ilgnatuiei of Henry C. Hpaldlng on each box. Hold by Druggists anil all other Dealen In Medicines, A box will be sent l.y mall, prepaid, on receipt of the I’kick, as < knts. All order) should he addressed to 1IKNRY C. SPALDING, ,4b I ldar Slreet, Netv York. THE FOLLOWING ENDORSEMENT* OF SPALDING’S CEPHALIC PILLS, WILL CONVINCE ALL WHO BUFFER FROM HEADACHE, THAT A SPEEDY AND SERE ( I RE IS WITHIN THEIR REACH. At these Testimonials mere unsolicited by Mr. Bpald 1*0, they afforJune/uestionahle prorf of the efficacy of this indy scientific discovery. Miwxviu.il, Coir*., Feb. 8,1S(1, Ma. Spaldixo, Pir: I hare tried your Cephalic Pil'a, and / like them so veil that 1 w.ut yon to lend me tarn dollar! worth more. Part of these are for the neighbors, to whom I gays a few ent of the first box I got from you. Bead the Ptlla by mall, and oblige Your ob't Servant, JAMES KENNEDY. UivsHroan, Pi., Feb. (, 19(1. Ma. Briunao.-V3 ; Pm: I wish yon to lend me one more box of yonr Cephalic Pills, J Ante rtctieml a greatdeal of hen*ft fr them. Your*, n pe tfully. MARY ANN PTOIKHOCPK. Brace* Caxit, Hcxtoiiitox Co., Pa., I January 19 lbSl H. 0. BriLPrao. Bib: You will please send me two hole* of yonr Cephalic Pill*. Bend them Immediately. Respect fully ) onre, JNO. B SIMONS P.8.—I have used one t-om of your Pill*, and fond L'ltm etreel ent. Bau * Vkrxow, Omo, Jan. 18,19(1. HxvnvC PnAtpixo, Esq, Piease Pod loeloied twent*five cert*, fir which send me Brother b x of your Cephalic Pill*. JAty art truly the le-t Pill* I hart err r tried. Direct A. STOVER, P. M. Belle Verncn, Wyandot Oo., 0. Brverly, Mass., Dec. 11,19(0. H. 0. ?nt prwo, Esq. I wish for some circulars or larp* show hills, to bring your Oe pl.allc Pills mor. parti, i larlv before my customers. If yon have anything of the kit'd, please send to me. Or.- of iay customers who Is subject to severe Sick Headache, (usaallv lasting two days.) was cured of an attack hi one hour hy your I l ie, wldch 1 sent her. Respectfully Tours, W. R W1LKEP. Rsv soU'owrso Pbaxxtix Co., Omo, I January 9,1S(1 J Hxxsv P. Bril Plan, No 49 Cedar it., N. Y. Ihib Prat Inclosed find twentr-flve cents, (*8.) fir which s»nd box of "Ce phalic Pill* ” Pend to address of Ref. Wm. 0. Filler, Reynolds burg. PrsnUIn Co , Ohio. )\mr I'Ms work like a uh-trm-cure Headache almost in t$a hr. Tiuly yonrs, WM. 0. FILLER. Yphiuxti, Mich., Jan. 14,19(1, Ma. Brii nixo. Fix: Not long “Ince I sent to yon for a bn* of Cephalic Pills for the eurc of the Nervous Headache and Costlvcriers, and received thr Same, and tAey And an good un efect I tons induced to send fat more. Please sead by return raalL Direct to A. R. WHEELER, VpslUntl, Mich. From the Beatniner, Norfolk, Pa. Cephalic PI1U .v compllih the object for which they were .made. Tit: Cure of headache In all Its forms. From the jiraminer, Norfolk, Fir. They have been tested In more than a thousand cure, with en tire aucceas. From the Pemnerat, St. Cloud, illnn. If you arc, or have been trrublcd with the headache, send for s box, (Cephalic Pills ) su that you may have them In ease of an at* tick. From the Advertiser, Providence, It. I. The Cephalic Pills sre ssid to he a remarkably rllcctlve remedy for the headache, and one of the vciy bed for that very frequent cob,plaint which has ever been dhici veied. From the Western It. It. Qaertte, Chicago, IB, We heartily endorse Mr Fpaiding, and Ida unrivalled Cephalic PUU Fr om the Kanareha Valley Star, Kanawha, Fit. We are su e that pcis .ns satte.lng wfh headache, who try them, will slick to them. From the Southern Path F rider. New Orleans, 1a. Trv tin m ! yon tint arc atlli. ted, arid we are sure that yonr tee ..... i „ '..,i ii. .i.. ...i,. ii.t ,i..i i... ed bcucQts that no other ra-.dMiie e»n produce. From the St. Louis Democrat. The Immense demand for the article (Cephalic Pills) Is rapidly Increasing. From the Oaceltc, Daren port, Inra. Mr. Spalding would n*»t connect his name with an artiole he did not knvtc to possess real merit. From the Advertiser, I'rovUlence, R. /. The testimony in their faror Is strong, from the most respectl Me quarters. From the Dally Nr us, Ncmport, R, I, O.phalle Pills are taking the place of all kinds. From the (\tmmerrial Bulletin, Boston, Jfate. Said to be very eRlcadous for the headache. |From the Commercial, Cincinnati, Ohio, Buffering humanity can Bow be relieved. Hff-A Single hotu* of SPALDING’S PREPARED GLDE will save ten times Its coat annus Uy.. AP| SPALDING’S PREPARE.’' aiU¥l SPALDING’S PREPARED SLUE! SPALDING’S PREPARED GLUE I - % SAVE T3E PIECES I ECONOMY! DISPATCH J tar-“A Stitch is Tih* Sstw Nine." ah At accidents will happen, even In well regulated families, H Is very desirable to have some cheap and convenient way for repair ing furniture, toys, Crockery, Ac. EPALD1NG*8 PREPARED GLUE meets all such emergencies, and no houaefcold can afford to he without it. It Is alwsyt ready, and up to the sticking point. "UfiEfUL IN EVERY HOUSE." N. II.—A brush accompanies each Pottle. Price SS cents. Address. HENRY 0. SPALDING, No. «S CEDAR Street, New Tort. Atftfc .... ■ — jj| «»<■■ THE RICHMOND WHIG. Unrolii'w l><-cl;irnti»n of War Ar rcplod. THE ACT OF CONGRESS IN FULL. Moxtoomiry, At a., May t>. IStil. The fo’1 iwing Act has been pa-«e'l by the Congress ol the Coii't derate Stairs in sorrrt -ession. Tne if junction of feciocy b.i* bcuu removed therefrom : AX ACT KMIOtiNIZtXtl Tint >XISTkM!S OK WAR ItKTWKXX TnX CMTIIl STATIS AMI TIIX COXKXOKRATS 8TATK.X, AMI CO.X CtKMMi LXTTXRS OK MAROI’X, PRIZXS ANO FRIZZ (JOOHS. Whkrkas, The earne-t t(Torts made by thia Govern ment to establish friendly relations between the Govern ment of the United State* and the Confederate States, and to set le all questions of disagreement betwei a the two Governments upon principlesof right,jus ice, equity aud good faith, have prove! unavailing, by icnsot) of the refusal of the Government of the United Stub s to hold any intercourse with the Coimnis.-ioutrs ajpointed by this Government for the purposes aforesaid, or to listen to any proposal th* y hid to make for the peaceful solu tion of all causes of difficulties between the two govern ments : and, » h reas, the President ol the United Stut a of Amirica has issued his Proclamation, making requite tion upon the States of the American Union for 73,000 men, for tl'e puryoie as thort in indicated ol capturing forts and other s'rongl o'ds within the jurisdiction of,and belonging to, tb<> Confederate States of America, and has detailed naval armaments upon the cor.i-u of th Con federate Slates of America, and raised, organized and < qnipped a 1 rgo military force to execute the purpose ulcrcssiJ, and ha* issued his oihcr Procl.*.roation, an nouncing his pm pose to set on foot n blockade ot the j.or's of the Coub derate States; and ichrrea*, the State of Virginia has seceded from Me Federal Union and en tert il Into n convention ol alliance, offensive and dt Ten sive, with the Con federate States, and lm? adop el the Piovisional Constitution ol the suit) States, and tin-Stitis of Maryland, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky, Ar kansas, and Mi-sc»uri have refused,and it is believed that the State of Delaware and the inhabitants of the Tirii tories ol Arizona and New M. xieo, and the Indian T. r ritorv south of K ti.sas, will rtfuse to co-operate wiili the Governm lit of thu United Stall s in these nets of hostilities and wanton aggression, which arc plainly in t tided to cventwe, opy re**, and fin; l'y snbj i -iio the peo I le of the Confederate States ; and when -nt, fiy the acts and means aforesaid war r \ia.s IkiIrcpu the Confederate Stales and the Government of the United States, and the S’atts and Territories thereof, except the States ol Mary land, North Carolina, Tennc-'Soe, Kentucky, Arkansas, M issuer, and D. la ware, and th-1 T< rritories of Arizona mil New Mi xieo, and the Indian Territory south of Km a«: Therefore. Sk< tiox 1. 'Iht (hmgre** of the Confederate State* of Amerv a ih enact. That fin President of the Confederate Stairs is her*by authorized to 11*0 the whole land and nival force ol the Contedi rate States to meet the war ihus commenced, Rtid to issue to private armed vessels I'ommb-Mons, or letters of marque ar.d general reprisal, in such foim ns ho shall think proper, u- dcr the sea! of the Confederate Stat.s, against the vt.-.e'g, gooili and . ff cts of the Government of the Uni’cd States, and ol tl e cit z t s or inhabitants of the States and Tetritoriis h-renf. except the S'uft a and Trrii’orirs lnveinbeforc Darned : Provided, however, th.it prop, rt v of the eDeu v funlosi- it tie (O' irtonua 01 wurj i>.acu on t one .1 rcu iral vessel, ah ill not be suVj c*. to seizure under this Act: And propidi ' fu Our, That vessels of the citizen <r inhabitavs of the Corel Stares, now in the port' uf the Confederate States, except such ns have burn sinco tbc .’> b of April lnHt, or may herenf.tr be, in the ser vice! of the (uivi rroiCtit of the 1 ited States, sb’l be allowed thirty days after the publication of tills Ac; to leave sai.1 ports and reach tl;ei<- d*-- i lation ; a'd such vesatls and their cargoes, excepting articles lOutrubaud of war, shall not be suijeot to capiuro under this Act, daring said period, tit h-ss they shall have previously reached the destination for which they were boun ' on leaving raid por'». Skc. i Tb it tbc President of the Confederate Stale shall be, and lie is hereby authorize 1 an J empowered to revoke and t mol, at pleasure, nil letters of matque «ud reprisal wliich h ■ in iy at any time grant pursuant to tni.-i Act. 8zc 3. Thu* till persons apply ng for letters of marque and reprisal, pur-unit to this Act, shs'l ■ tate in writing the name, and a suitable drscrip'ton of the tonn g ■ and force ot the v- s • 1, and the name at. J place of residence of each owner concerned therein, and the intend- •! t.um ber of the crew; which stut-merit t.J.a?! be signed by the person or persons making such application, and lil.d witii the Secretary < f State, cr shall he delivered to any nllicer or person who shall be employed to deliver out such tommi.scions, to be by him tratistiiiUed to the Sec retary of State. Sec. t That before at v romm's-ion cr letters cf marque at d reprisil eh ill be issued as afor.‘•niJ.the own er or cwm ra of tlie ship or ve-sol for w' ich the amc shall be -rquested, and the commander thereof for the time being, shall give bond to he Confederate Stater, with at bast two refj onsible sureties, not interested in am-h ves-cd, iu the j :-: til sum of five thonsir d dollar ; r if such ves-t I be provided rith more than ore bundle i an I fifty men, then in the f n il sunt of ten tinm an 1 dollar.-; with conditions that tie- owners, officers and rrew. who -h ill In' employed en board rm-h <• •iamb-sinn ed ve-s lq shall nnd will o’ serve the lany of tin- Cotif •-! • rat* Stale-, and the im-trnotions »li’ch slmll lie given 'hem accor iu g to law for t .e icgulatimi ot tb-ii con duct; mid will -l i-li -’1 - ainitg.H and irju.ieH which -hall be done or committed contrary to the tenor tb* re. of, hv such ves el, during her com inis irn. and to deliver up the same wheu revolted by the President of the Con edcratc S:.it-s. Fkc. 5. Tint all captures and prizes of vts els and prr perty fIihII be fe>rf- iti>!, and si u!l accrue to ti oat cr , officers and crews of the vrsnls hv whom Mien ea| :tr s and pt:/. -lu ll be m idi; at.d on dm- con- i inn i in had, s'lnll be distributed acconiii g to uny written ogre, ment which shall b- made between them; sod if there be no -ueb written agreement, then one mob tv to the owners, and tbc other moiety to tbc olltceis and crew, as nearly as may be according to the rubs prescribed lor the dis tribution of prize money, by the laws of the Confederate States. Fzc. fi That all vessels, goods and < (frets, the property of any citizen of the Confedcizte States, or ol p-.troi a resident wiihin and under the protection ol the Confed erate Slat's, or of p.r.-uns p -irnaceutly wiihin the terri tot is, and under the protection of any foreign prince, governrot nt or S ate in amity w.tli the Confederate itates, which shall l a'C been cap ured f»y the Uti ed Satis, and which sh-II bo recap urul by ves els com missioned :is afrr said, shall be restored to the lawful owuctH) uj it piyment by tlicm of a just and rCBSOtiabld Salvage, to bo determin'd by tbc mutual agreement of the ptriiss eoticcrm d, or by the decree of any court having jurisdiction, according to the nature of each case, ngricably to the provbions e.-tab ! shed hy law. Ai.d such salvage shall bo distributed aiiio-.g tbc ow ufrs, officers and crews of tbc vessels com mis-ioned as nfores ;id, atid making such captures, ar coroi g to tiny wri ten agreement wl.ith shall be made tistwct n them; and in cue of no such agreement, then n the fame manner und upon the principles i.ercinbi lore ptoviJ d in ch.-c of capture.' Ftc. 7. That before breaking bulk of any ve-'sd which shall t.c capture 1 ns aforesaid, or other (hupossl or et n versiou thereof, or of unvarlicbs which shall ho feund Oil board Uit* sum*, such I'l'tuiiu .IMI, Kinnm mu JccU*. hlmll be brought inlo t un • port of the Cooled. ruto -iiati-p, or of u nn ion ur Slab' in an.i.y with the Con ftiJt into Pules, and shall bo pro ‘ceded against lx loro a competent tribunal; and «f*< r cond' mnarion aud for feiture thereof thiill belong to the owners, officers and rrew of tho* ict.-el csptumg li e eauie, mid be distri buted as b fore providi d; anil in tb ■ ■ a ol nil can t .red v e*. Is, goods and • lit i ts, »!>. !i a ,«.l be br..ugl t wi bin the juriodit'ion of the Co •fedeta'e States, tbc Dl,t>ict Con t- < f the Confederate Slat, a f*lie!l have ex clusive, cr giiml cognizance thereof, as i:i civil muses of idciiralty aud 11 lUimc jurisdiction; mi l the said courts, •r the courts, being courts of the Cook derate Stales, into which melt causes elntd be removed, ui.d in whijh they ,h,ill be li...illy de id. d, shall mad m.tj d> creo restitution, in whole cr in p.rt, when the capture shall have tieeu mado without just eau-c. And if made without preba tde cause may order and decree dauuges and i ottU to the pat ty i.jurrd, for whieb the owners and commanders ol the vessels making suou capture, hud also the vessels hall he liable. Em-. 8 That all persona found on bosr.1 any captured vessel, or on beard any recapturid vessel, shall be re ported to the Collector of the pori iu the Conltdereaie Slates, in which they sh.l! first arrive, aud sbail le de I veild into the cu tody of the Muisha! of the District, or some court or miiitaiy officer ol the Confederate States, or of any State in or hear such port, who shall take charge of ih ir safe keeping and support, at tho ex po use of the Confederate Sates. Sic 9. That the President of the Confederate States is heriby authorized to esublkh and order suitable in structions for ihe better governing and direct rg the conduct of the vessels so commisioned, their clfirers and crev s, copies of which S'.ali be dilivered, bv ths collector of the e stoics, to the commanders, whan they shall give tond as before provided. Skc. 10. That a bouuty akall be p »i*l by the Cor foderuto States of .*20 for each person on board any aimed ship or vt wel, belonging to th j United Staue, at ihe com niencuuent of an engagement, which shall bs burnt, sunk or destroyed by any vessel commissioned as afore said, which shall be of equal or iulctior force, tho samo to be divided an in other cssrs of prize money—and a bouuty of §:."i shall be paid the owurrs, officers end crews of the private armed vessels, commissioned as aioreiaid, for eaclt and every prisoner by them captured and brought into port, aud delivered to an agent authorized to receive them, ia any port of the Coukderato States; aud the SecieUry of tho Treasury is hereby authorizrd to pay or cause to be paid to the owners, officers and crews of such private armed veseels, comminsioned as aforesaid, or their agent, the bounties herein providi (L Exc. 1L That the Conimandiug Officer of every vessel having a commission, or letters of maiqne and reprisal, during the present hostilities between the Confederal* State* and tb* UiiudRtale*. shall keep a regular journal, coDtainiox a too* and exact account of his daily proceed ‘ ~ tr.n—«iocj with such vessel and th* crew there nmi place* be shall put into, or oaat anebor fhklUy there, and the oaui* thereof; the t*ke, and th* nature and probable valu. ..si' ;'L • . . thereof; the times and p'ac<*«', whin and where t .k«*n, ai d in what manner he aboil dispose of the fame ; the I ships or verstls he shall fall in with; the limes and places, when and where he shall meet with them, and his observa'ions and remarks fhrreon ; also of whatever ebc shall occur to him, or any of his officers or marines, or lie di-roveicd hy examination or confimice with any ma rines or pissrngers of, or in any o her ships or vessels, or by any oil er mt i.m, touchirg the II cts, vessels and forces of the L'nited States; their posts and places of station auJ destination, strength, numbers, intents and desigi s ; and such comm mding officer shall, immediately on his arriv al in any poitof tLe Confederate Sates, from or during the continuance of atiy voyage, or cruise, produce his commission for scch vessel, and deliver up sueli jour nal ao kept as aforesaid, signed with his proper name sod haudwi ititg to the collector or other chief otlicer of the customs at o- t eaicst to tuch port; the truth of which j nirniil shall be ver'fi’d hy the oath of the commanding officer for the time being, and such collector or other chief officer of the cuitcmi shall, immedutely on the arrival of auch vessel, order the proper otlicer of the customs to go on board and take an account of the offi cers and non, the number and nature of the guns ai d whatever else shtll occur to him on i xvminatior, mite rial to be known ; and no such vessel shall tie permitted to sail out ol port again until auch journal shall hive bet u delivered up, and a certificate obtained under the Innd of such collector or other chief clfiecr of the customi, that she is manned and mmtd according to her commission ; at.d upon delivery of web certificate, any ^former certiticite tf a like rivtufc* whVh shall have be-:i obtained by the eoui mxr d r of su.di vess, I, shall be delivered up.— , (,Skc 12 T; at the rninmandcrs of vessels hiving Let ters of M iriju • and R plital, as aforesaid, neglecting to keep a journal as aforesaid, or wilfully making fruucti Irut entries then in, or obliterating :!i • ricord of any mateiisl transactions therein where the interest of the Confedt rate States is concern! d, or refusing to produce mid deliver such journal, commission or certificate, pur ftiuut to the precoidu g section of this Act, then and in such cases, the commi.s-ions or Lettcrsof \l ir<|iieand Re prisal of such vessels sh ill f>e liable to be revoked; and such commander, respectively, shall forfeit for every ► uch olVeticc the s u in of fI, in hi, one moiety thereof to ih-t use of the Confederate S ates, and th.; oiler to the infouner Sir. 1". Tint tho owners or command! rs of vend* having I. -tters ot Mari|ue and Reprisal as aforesaid, who shall violate ally ol the act- Ol Col gi.-s for tin- colli C tion of the ruenms of the C'oulcderato Siatc/, and lor ibe prevention ot smuggling, .hall forfeit the commis sion or Letters of Mui.pie ai d K pii-al, and they and the ves«f Is owned o.- eiinmsnj. u ! y them shall b: liable to all the peinilti :.s and forltiluies attaehiug to merchant Vi sslrls III like C IS* s. Sse II That on ul! goods, wares and merchatidiie C *p arid and n.u I ■ go- .1 and lawful j r z • of war, by ai y private arn ed si-ip having comnn-mion or lelteis of maiijtie and reprisal cuucr ibis act, and biouglit 'uio tho Coi l*'deiatc Snit.-s, there sli i l br ahowed a deduction of Htt 1 pa r cent on the* amount of Unties im./0s J by l. HiC. 10. That fi7e per centum on tfe net amount (tl'er lieujc-i. g ell charges and exp. nditure.-) ot the pi /.- money nri-i :g from captured vessels and cargoes, o:i th' net amount of the s.lvage of v s .!, ai.d c igoe r. captured by tho piivalc armed ve - Is of the Confede rate Sian.', s-i .ll be - jitred and u»i I over to the Collec Ur or ot! .ei ci.it I olli-irs of the customs, at tlio port or place in lie Confederate Mutes at wbicbsj lu-.ipn.red or re-captured vi il° in .y «r;ive, or to the cot. u! or other public agent ot the Conic derate Mat-s, irtidir.g at the p rt or | lace, l ot within the Coultdi rate States, at which .-lich captured i r r.ejplured vessel may arrive.— And the mu;.i y; :,ri-i. g th lefrom bhall bo held at.d are h 'riby phdg.il by th Government of the Co federate .S’utes >:s a lt::i 1 tor the support an 1 maintenance of iho widow* a\d orp- bus ol g„c!i persona as may be -lain, and ior it e euj j> it am! mainteua' co of etch p. tsons as b ■ wont ded and disabled cu boa: J of the private armed Verse In couti.i inland as i.lorcEutd, in any e gig. in in. with the enemy, to lie ns-igned ai d distributed in such manner as sLail I o.eaftcr hi provided by law. MR. RLTS3EI.L’S SECOND I ET1EU To THE LONDON TILlS. Wismikotov, April 1. From til I 1 iv.’ seen and heard, my belief is that tho Southern Stall 1 .ive gone fiom tin* Union, if cot for cvir, at least tor such lime as will secure tor their Gov ernment in uh-niute ibdep :i Jet.ce till it be terminated by ». -.r, or, it tin ir opponents bo light, by the certain proe-H es of int i::.l diciy, aiding !r-uu inheicut vi-es in thdr system, faulty Grpar/zatioc, and wat t of ptpu la'ion, vi^or anil w>: !r'.. That tVc n°es which have !■ d to their s • :on now ngitaU the Horc’er States n.ort powerfully with ten-Arc) to lol.'ow them, is not to b»* dei i* d by tlio e who wat-h the eonr.-c of events, and, rs th> se p iwetltil neutrals oscillate to d fro under the pr.'ssuro cf co’.tcitdiny p-ir:i-> sr <1 pas-ion-, the Gorrrt - meut at VV .shi gton and ti e ant' t.ri i--- ot the revoliit «r Stie- retard < very r: o i n with anii-ty —the f r -n r leiifulh -t by word or de.d they m y repel them lo. i vi r ; the latter more disprs- d by r. -tire demeustrations to det- Mi.iue the ultimate dec ision in th. ir own favor, r.tnl to a” i I: them p* iit.am nt!y to the r.lsve States by residue d.ci.iratioti if p i-iiple. \Y Mot . it i- probabl tin y m ist be endura d o.i I oth si lea of ibe Atlsnt'C, fir Hi re D no pnw r in t' e I! lvcrnmect or in the l’.ed-ieul, a) 1 uude stand, to m > ii y its provision*, ami there is a strong feeiing in Mr. Lu.cnltT* Cabinet against the extra r-ion so loudly d minded in New York, and so m : li.l. n'ly exp cted in sottn: t art- of the Union. Nothing but some ovuwhelming State neces ti'y will overcome that opposition; and, as the mapni tude of purli an occasion will have to lx: estimated by those who ure veht-m i.tlv o; po-e I to all extra t ot gre ii 5« r.o: iiki.lv th it anything can uuik w! i h will he con sidered of sufficient gravity bv the Govern men* at Wa th ine ton to induce tnoni m eneonnter tiie ihOicnltirs and daugers they anticipate in consequence of tint convcca tinn o! an extraordinary ars tnblogo of both Houses. I util iiex* December, then, in all probability, the Prc:: dent and his Cabinet will have stu b control of fl .irs ns i- po.-itilc in tl.e uyste.ii of tins Govrr: merit, or in tho circumstances, tog tieT with tlio far more thuu co ordinate r -poiiribiliiy attached to their p.r/uion » a Federal Government. It is scarcely post!Ido lor an E glishmau, bar less tor the native of any State |Hirse—iug a powerful Executive, to cnr.prehrml th. limits wl i.di are assigned to the |towcrs ot the ataio in this co-.: try, or the extent to which resistance to its . uTority can be curded hv the r.- r'on of th States st p p is d to be consontit g ptrliee to i(* constitution and rtj portc* of «te jurisdiction. Take, for instance, whar i* occurring within a lew miles ol the *. at ot tho ccntr.il Government, aero-s the Potomac. At h certain iron foundry gin - have brrn cast for the Unit, w States Gov cm men’, which are about to he removed to Fort Y.onro , in tho State cf Virginia, one ol the iertressr; for the d - fo .ee of the United StaUs. The Legislature cf Viigium eat all night la.-t Saturday, sud author /. .] the Gotc nor of the State fo call out the public guard in order to pre vent by force, if 1 ecessury, tho removal of these pun0, at the same time < OVrii g to the contractor the pri.-c which ho was to have received for th sm from liio Federal Gov- i II -nient. Again, at Mobile, where a writ ol habta* rar p»n i* sued out on behalf of the master of a vr-.-el, who w .* -•« i/ed because bo had a cargo of s.ita'l Eton s which he intended t.i s.-ll to the United b’tate* uteu-of-war in observation off Pi-nsre h, the coun-el Dir the State of Fbir da retests the application, nit tlio ground that tho n-ienner wits carrviiiL’ sunolhs to an cucnn. and that i gu.fe ot war ciinto in consequence of the acts of the Federal Gu" riiiu. nl; ntul the Court, wi.liout Avid n/ on 'In* print, discharge* the jirimner, in or d that it hi i he Irs d I tom r spon-ibility. <>n the other I v d, the Krili rai Government remits the penalties ol lor f itue and fine* on the vessels seiswl by 'he ('mtum h .i: c at K.*« York fur want of proper eiearances from K.i tuheru port*. The stereotype |dales with the werda “Kvaenu'ion of Fort Seniler" have ipnar ntly bten worn rut. but it is believed on all side* that it will he abandon ed by ?.! jor Anderson this week, although I heard a hiem'uT oi tile Cabinet dud ire last week that no orders ijftd been issued to that officer to cv.ieii.iU' it. It the opiu jors of some of the Non hero people prevailed, the tort would bo retained until it wins taken by fnstult. The Southern Confederal:-m, a cur.* ot Fort Sumter, are now prepui’g lor aeiire 0(6 a iona against Fort Pick ens it liieh protects the entrance, to the t/iiomlam United 8tt*Vs N'hw V. rl at Pensacola, novr in toe |>ors"i.sion ol the troops "ot Florida ; and certain organa of the extreme p.rtv iii the h’cii'h have already demanded that ibe lort; 'tt Tortuga* anti K :y West, which are situated far out at tea from the coast, should be surrendered. The Cabinet of Mr. Lincoln is uiukratood (o cont-iio the representatives cf three difi'etent courses of policy, —that trinity ol' action which generally pioduces torpid and uncertain molion, or complete rest. First there are those who would at anv ri<k, vindicate the rights they cltim far the Federal Government, mil uio force, even though it could only, in its mast successful rppl caticn, overrun the States of the Roi th, and compel a tempora ry submksioc, without le.idiug to die re-estxblishuieut of Federal authority or the re-incorporation of the St»te3 with tin’ Uuion. Secondly there are those—nu n of intellect and capacity—who, dissenting altogether from tho doctrines propounded by the leaders ol the re volution, and convinced that tho reparation will not be pi rmaceut, see the surest cud Hai'eit mode of action in the total abstinence from al! aggressive assertion of rights and in a pot ey of laitrez nilir ol indeterminate longi tude and latitude. Those ?tt teamen believe that, like most revolutions, the sece»sion is the woik of the minori ty, and that a strong party of re-action cx«t«, which wi’il come to the front ny and by, “expel the traitors," ar.d return triumphantly wi:n their repentant States into tho boEcm cf the" Union, The g-ntltmcn who held there views have either a more accurate knowledge than the public, are better read in the signs of the times, or have more faith in the ■-Itic'cy of inaction on the love of Americana for the Union than is possessed by moat [ol the on er world. The third party is formed of those who ate inclined to uke tho South at their word—to cut tho cord at once, b<lining that the loss would be a gain, and that the Southern Confederation would irflict on i si-lf a most signal retribution for what they consider aa the crime of breaking up the Union. Piaotically,.ao far as I have gone, I have failed to meat manj people who really ax* hihited any paasionata attachment to the Union for Ita own Mka,ff wbq pretended M ht animated hy mj *•. t n ’fe lirg* of regard or atimira ion hr th i.ovro m tit of the t’ni'ed 8!m*es in itself. The word “Consti tution” is forever ringing ia Otis’* ears, its “p-unciple*’’ a d it* authority aie continually appealed to, hut the end is no nearer. The other day I bought the whole Couslitnticn of the United States, neutly printed, for three half pine*. But the only conclusion I could draw was that it was better for States uot to hare C irstitut oas, which could be bought at such very moderate prices. It is rather an inopportune moment f r the professor of the Harvard Law School to ■end forth his lecture on the Constitution of the U ited S’ates, and on the difference between it and tint ef Great Britain. Just as the learned gentle man is glorying in the eupremacy of the Judicial B idv of the United Stati 8 over Congress, Presidents, a ;d Legislatures, the course of even's exhi lit* that 3 iptemc Court as a mere nullity in the body politic, un able to take cognizance or unwilling to act in regard to ni liters when are tearit g the Constitution into atoms. No one thinks of appetlh g to i' or iovokit g its decision. And, after all. il the Court were to decide, wbu would be the use ©fits judgment if one or the other of the two great parlies resisted it? The u'lima rot' i would le ti e only in-raus bv which tho decision could he enforced. In the* very midst of the hymns which arc • ff red up around lie shrine* of the Constitution, whether cld or mended, ■il celehratirg the powers ot tl o great prientc s of iho aijstenes, there are heretic voice* to be heard, which, n addition to other matters, deny that thu Supreme ['ourt was ever intended by the Constitution to rxert :«e [he sole and liual right of interpreting the Con-titntion, hat it is comjieU'nt to do so, or that it would b • safe to »ive it the power, its powers sre judicial, not politics), ind Mr. Oalhciinon tbatrerv point -aid,— “Let it never be forgotten that if we should absurdly itliihuie to the Supreme Court tin* exclusive right of ronsttuirg the Cot itution, there would be, In fact, k-tween the Sovereign and subject under stieli i Govern ment no Constitution, or at least nothing deserving tho name, or serving the legitimate object of so uacivd au instrument,” Tne argument revolves in a circle; it emit now here,and there seems no solution except such as emu-etsion or a •word cut mat give. Tner tire, ui fire sent, in Washington, two of the three unrecognized Mini-tcr* Plenipotcii'iiry »f th ’Southern Government, Mr. Kouian and Mr. Crawford. Judging Irom the tout* of these gentlemen, ell idea of teturniug to the Union, utul.-r any circinus’-at ns whatever, has heeu utteily abatt onrtl. Mr Porsytb, the thiid of the iaotntt.is.-ioi ent, who is at pns ut i ngag d in adjusting .••Main bii-i i sr ol a v*ry important character at New Vork, ia exported bat k in a f. w days, and it wi I then bo i- e'l whclhi r the (ioiu iiia-ioi i is consent to w.i k up and iowu in ill. *i-llr tit* /nu ptrilu* any longer. They are inr.cd with lull powti on all ipiistiuiia which can come jp for settlement Thu Governiiient ha* refused to ro naive them, or to tuk? any olliuial notice of th m what ever, but there it ret-on to h leve that certain proposi tions and m got ration* have burn laid before Mr. fSew»rd iu u piivate «..J unofficial manner, (o which no rrply of a il finite cl .racier i aa been given. B lore this letter r iches you, Mr. Vatuey, Mr. Mann and Mr. It rt will have arrived in K iropu to try the temper of the Govern ments ot Kuglaiid and France iu re! rente to the recog u.tion cf tin Southern States. Both parties luvebien ■ nuiuwh.it ‘.furlo i b\ thu intelligence of an active move ii,,-litof Spun m pain politic'! srcen-'ancy ia Si. Do i ingo; .itnt ihe news that Kra- no still England arc a< ud ii g a cou.Lined il <1 to these short-, tl.o.iph earning iu a rnv questionable »iia,<o, has exult d unitary lettliug and -one recrimiultion. If the Oong-e.-s i- re-assembled, there is much reason lu fear an op n ruptnr,; it uot, another solution may bo arrived at. I is ui.foitumxtc ter the (iov, rt input that («»: oral Scott :s rt-fT. iing at tl.is tuonie t irom the infir mities of sge, anJ the ■ fleet of the " eat demand* u ale upon iiieatrenpih. Mr l/ncolngaveadiancrtol UCaLiutt on Tburet ay lost, the hr*t ot the wa-on, in honor prin cipally of Uencial Scot:; hut the veteran General. who hud euUrcd the White llou-e, w:,s obliged to leave be fore dinner was served. There has been a gti ait migra tion n; cindidatea aud office hunters Irom this since I !.. t wrote, son.ecome: ted, many more grumbling. Ilia s--ett d ti n’, tht re never hot be n such a clean sweep of ((fice-iiold-r iaetha praehet! was iotroducid by Geu .• ! .1 • i. < -... :l- ri bily informed, the President ' - the putro’ age of l-io,Ot'O places, gioat and small— i me verv email. The ii du tic of Ragland and Frame on the de-tinirs of the Republic i-: greater thin any A urictu patriot could like to admit. It must not be exp ctpd, theie ore, tl t there will he any pr, of of cxcessive anxiety sfiotd e '■ by the b ad r- of either party iu reference to the ciurso which may he taken by the Kuroj-au Govern ment* in the present cti-ia; but it i- r,o» the lc-s to ho a ,'!<• .ended that an immediate rerrg d'ion of tlie con f d . . cd >;.dt p *t deuce of the South, or of th • doc ti. « of ab elate imtuidui.l sovereign r ca the pvt of thore Siate1, may preciptite the !.,, ' le a, *io:. wLcb, iu fto event of ahsdu'u fi*i»l -< p,ration, -er-i - to l,e inevital le. T > tlie North it w uld be a heavy i low and great di* c nra .i inPUt, t ,e coc.-c,| unices ol which « ou d oi ly be averted by ton,,* v. ry violent remedies. Si;[a-» i n without *-tr R ream Iv to he ari ctrd “T ic fstab' ritinent of an Indep* t,d nt Republic iri the Soa'b nny, indu'd, ho (.fleeted p xceanly, be i' ii not, humanely ., aking, wi iiin th- lor,i s ot at-v ptobibility, tin: the div, r-e ipii-liot> which wui arise ot. cl con 11 g Interests in regard to r venue >n Stati at.d F< d* ml rip.hfs tsn t,.- pc' led wi'lo'it on eppeal to tuns. At the present minute there i« nothing to inda c a sran p r to b lieve tea'- an Pllecmal ir-otance could becffl-rcd to a v gut our aggressive moveui^nt trotn the houtb, sup pjsit " ilm n.■ 1 to i: ke it i xi-tcd titl.tr in the adhe sion t>r pormi-oion of ihr* Border State*. T.ie North, however, i- strong in its population, in its veshh, and in its elm. In the bands oi the Border States are oil tlie arbitranici 'S ol r v.ilutiou o* union, of war or ptaee. Rv o:i u itm •: iug enplu niL-m the revolution of th" Sou*h ha- been c-tl ed -i So, es-io**, iiut the eordu-ion and mischief caused b> the euphemistic timidity of states men disappear when the net* ot the Sou’h are tested by th-: (tandarJ applicable to revolutionary cr>i«, and by lh.it .-tan-lard aioue ire those arts iuteiligible aud cohe rent. Measured in that wav, the se ixuro of property, the deed* and ti e language of the leader- of the move ment, and tho nets oi iho it;.,mms can be pr* p-rly esti ma'cd. Mr. Dougin.*, whoso mental capicity is a S'llendid jti-tili.'cito;t of hi- enotmous political ac tivity, and of n t igh poliliciil rank “ ut,attached, ‘ is under-tood to be ergaged on h vrst lystem for e. ULIu-hing duties ell over the North Am- liean continent n ihe netn - of a 7. iiv- r, ii. It i- his cpin n that the North, in <•« * ■ of reparation, must, fight the S.-uth on tie urer.it of bee trade—tha' tin- tariff must be completely a crud. and that the duties nt'J« be lowered from point t > point, iu pinixution as th-' tv,nth bids against the N'o :h lor the c tut •• riv ot Kurope, till tht* ieduction reach:*- Mich a pnmt th it the South, forced U> raise r» ve nue for the re'ii d expenses of government, at,d unable to sti, ggle against tl>«‘ superior wraith ol tlie North in such a contort, ii obliged to come to nn undersfsndirg with i1." now, r(>.l comp tiu>r, and to submit to a treaty of commerce which shuil in, It .t ■ alt the Stati « cf the N'otih Ameticsn continent frt in :lir- Iubmua cf I’atikmn to the f. '* of tie Attic Pea*. The ('n ids- are, of course, in e! ided in such a project ; indeed, it i- dilfionlt to say where the meat s of c-ec.ping trout their pre cut emhtr ris-trcnt wii! ro*. he sought by the lending siatrrnnn of America, lfut or, one point i ll are agreed. Whatever ni ,y happen, the North will in. i-t on n free Mississippi. It ih the very en. rcnl of life (or the 'radc ct mynoits of p >oph lined id* *,l in:!,'- from New Ut leans. II Louisi am. * lilt* r a-► i ■ ■; ■ igu Ktate r.r rcpreirntalive agent of 11>- S • t e n Confederation, attcni[,t- tocomrol the navi* g tiion ol it...« ri ver, we -hall see a most fi rrp le sud ruin Was Tit*nr: an Atckmitki* Kkvoi.t on i.oahd Tint i'lriMiAL Kukt — k letter reeeivi >1 i.. ibis c.iy from a ge'itlettiHii connected with the Medical Department of the F oiiil.i army, <1 *»• d “Warn uton, A’-ril ?#." Bara: 1 There was ev.J •: tly a violent commotion amongst the tuons’er b . i- ■< rs U e, the •Sabine,’ command-d by Cipt Adams, the Kira1 Lieuter-ant ot which m Mr Mur djugh, ai d the Si.rei on my friend ai d classmate, I)r. Minor, uti .-axitherti men, wire men to rnn up the ti g rf tile Cc iileJcrale B uton, which was almost imnuduely hailed down igain; ti e other vessels cVtiiiii mound her, boats *> r> 1 .uu fed. ke. I: is believed to he a mu ti; r, but i;•:• *1 d i eta: tly. Tli bodk r of four nun who wire >liot, have boon found on tl.e brsch. No one hi ows i : I ii g mor-' i b ui it. Wi (r - the-e officers, h iving just In i.r 1 of lie sec -sion of Virginia, e item p ted 10 i.i'.hd.aw the Sf.i .«•. f i-. eg our ll *g in dr fiance, at d «i—e quickly overpowered.™—Tallahattee /torof.an 4!h inti, PtcRen sioN C/ p Factory.—I; is gratitiiog to read tfco following iu ill*1 la-: number of tin* Ralri'h ktyi ter: Owing to the skill o! Professor Euimons in m.ikiug the Composition, and the mechanic.. I dexterity of Mr Chstlrs K . tier in udug it for li.e n quisite purpose, we ahoil have at raueb of the arti ’o so < ■ enlia! iu w r - pctiurrlon c ,p-_u we may need. We have set n a dpi cij'.t u of the c p-, and tin y iully answer the ei d in view. Prol. Em mons has al-o snggcs'ed the mode of nianuUcturirg any quantity of the right tort if powder. This is a beginning of enterprise by Si.ulhern perple to supply thrmselve* with illo.*! things lor which tl ey heve been fo long de pendent on Urei Norihern entmles. Wc shall expect to see tanneries, nri ufictor tc» of lea her, of cloth, ol hats, and every requisite for the comforts and necessities of life springing up all over the houth. ANOTHER SERIOUS AFFRAY AT KNOXVILLE. KxoxviLLr. Tsnv , May 8ih.—Our city has been the seme of much cxci'cmcnt to day. Mr. Vaughan rr.ads a speech, saving he would give the corporation authorities thirty miuutes to confine Charles Douglas, a notorious Unionist, or be would lynch him, as he bad threatened the life of Capt. Morgan, of the Tir iieaaee volunteers. During the ap-'ceb of Mr. Vaughan a ef o' was fire f by some ucknown hand from a window of ihe Lamar House, which mortally wounded Douglas. Douglas was sitting in a lower window, heavllv aimed and surrounded by a large crowd at the time. The sh«t injured no one else, which, uuder the circumstances ei* truly remark aide. . _ Ball, who was shot yesterday, is dying; snd Douglas, ■hot to-day, oaonol possibly survive._ 125 RShTioK?”