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mini, to the QineroX Aurmbty of Ohio, Ftbruary,
Stock Market Ta-dajr.
We an Indebted to Jay Cooke & Co., bankers,
for the following condition of the ttook. and
tile market to-day i "
D. S.Conpont.'ofl88l - -'
" 7 S-10 Tnatirr note -"
3 year 6Der cent. note.
" 1 year ceruncaxea i,oia itiuoj Wi u
" 1 year certificate (new Issue) W, t
Demand noiee, (old Issue). 140
American gold cola - - - - 140
CerUflcal check ...93)
Nrw Yore, 11 1 o'clock,
U. 8. Coupons .... 1041
" 78-10 100J
" Ccrtiacatet - 100
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Gold ...--- 142)
W Botlca that some of onr contemporaries
adopt, as a fact, the assertion ot a belief err
presaed by the editor of the Trench newspaper
In New York, "that the malls of the Enropa
brought to Monsieur Mercier a freah dispatch
I rom M. Drou yn de IIIu ys, In answer to that
of Mr. Seward, of the 6th of February last,"
and an abstract of the dispatch Is given.
We havo the best reasons for believing that
this supposition Is entirely without foundation,
and that no reply to the dispatch of Mr. Beward
alluded to hat been received by the Europa, or .
by any other steamer. The pretended reply,
sketched In the Courier det Etatt Unit, Is doubt
less such a one as Its former editor and present
Paris correspoddent would draft, and It may be
that " the with Is father to the" prophecy.
Our financial scheme works ao well that Se
cretary Chase will not visit New York for the
GottichaLE, on hla recent tour through the
Weit, gave one hundred and four concerts, realiz
ing flfteen thousand dollars
JaTheb Wixdo, the veteran preacher and
revolutionary soldier, completed his one hun
dredth year on the tenth of September He preach
ed in Syracuse December twenty-eighth
Mist ilAHT War died In New London re
cently, aged seventy-eight yean. She died under
the same roof where she was bora and haJ always
Paul Uointr, It la said, has at last fonnd a
rival for the highest chess honors. M de Riviere,
the Paris player, has beaten the American cham
pion three out of Ave games.
Bkiohih Yovyo, In a lecture to his people
at Salt Lake, makes the business suggestion, that
'the toas of bones, lying bleaching at present
above ground, are Just the thing to make buttons
Miss Bell Kit, so long the reigning belle of
Louisville society, (now Mrs Matt Ward,) was
arrested, a few days ago, in smuggling uniforms
for rebel offlcers epaulettes and all concealed ui
uer her capacious crinoline I
Miss Mast C. Pctoaw, avoungladjof New
ork city, would have received a complimentary
liploms, at the late Commencement of the College
f Pharmacy, but for the obstacle (not permanent')
that she is under 21 years of age Her thesis on
Dialysis" (or exhaustion) Is pronounced by the
rott "an able paper,"
Bison George Cotta oi Lottendort, of
the famous German publishing houses of Cotta,
died on the first of February, aged sixty-seven
The house of Cotta is one of the wealthiest In
Furope It has eight large publishing houses,
each emploj log set eral hundred workmen and ar
Mks. i W. Ladder, Superioifmleut of the
female nurses at lnfi.rt & nth Carolina, c-
kuowledgesthe receipt, fnou Mers Ticknor a.
Heidi, of Cotton of a box uf toolu Mrs Lan
der Is very thankful for the books, and says they
are or great tame to convalescents
THK FUNICUAI, OK UE.N. SUMNKll.
Iuterestlnn; Inrltleiita Kereptlou of Ueu.
Correspondence of the Fvenlog Pott
SnucriE, March 26, lbC3
Ton will already have had full reports of the
obsequies In honor of the late Gen. 8 a tuner. An
exceedingly Ineercstlng Incident In the ceremo
nies at the church was the closing prayer, tit
tered In a firm voice, and with eloquent words,
irom the lips of Father Waldo.now In his 101st
year. lie Is one of the few soldiers of thu
Revolution now living After the war ho
entered the ministry. This morning he prayed,
it seemed to me, as no one but such a veteran
In the battle with time could hare prayed,
that tho weeping mourners might havu
peace and consolation, that this wicked
l. bell Ion might be crushed, that slavery might
bo destroyed. A more touching, heantiful pic
ture I never saw than this venerable servant of
God, leaning oyer the pulpit, which was grace
fully decorated In white and black, his gray
li)cks streaming over bis face, his clear black
i vn watching with pathetic earnestness the
pall-bearers as they carried tho remains of the
noble old hero down the aisle, out of the church
The ceremonies at the grave were simple A
few words were said by the o flic la t lug clergy
man the salute of honor was fired by the sol
diers, and all that remained In the body of
Major General E. V. Sumner was lowered to its
last resting place. During this time General
Fremont, who had arrlrod the night belore
with several or his stan, and who had attended
ail the ceremonies, stood at the head of thu
travp. pa)lngthat last tribute to a comrade's
memory which only a soldier csn give.
Generals Bumner and Fretnout were comrades
In every sense, for Gen, tJumner was captain
in the well known regiment of Mounted Ulfles.
of which Uen Fremont was lieutenant colonel
and they were known to sympathize warmly In
tne desire for the thorough nod mmplrtecoi.
querlngof tho rebellion nun thuuii slavery
should bo d.t rnyrd In Hi i , .
(jsueralsFrtuujut is tbeguefet i iIk .t n
Is stopping at the ti)iu iibo llotiat, whi h ah
bvea thronged b thousands ol UIUh mij r(
ileinen eager ti J him. belr ruspects m
italSlocnui Is tbo only other general oflWr
ho bus been present during the obloquies
An Incident occurred last night, at the
tfcidenee of the dw wised, which showed how
tenderly ond strongly General Bumoer was
Jo red by the soldiers, notwithstanding his rig
orous euforcetneut of discipline. As afrt. Sum
ner was sitting beatdo the remains of her dead
companion, an arm, clad in the clothing pf a
priratt soldier, was sir etc bed forth, the haud
touch! Dg the face of the deceased, ttbe turned
aud saw .the tears streaming down the bronzed
face ol one who had followed bis chief through
msrlj- a ttfj battle. And here the grief pf the
widow and ths soldier met In common sympar
tnjf a aa.erftl relationship of sorrow.
Corroyll. King over all clrlllted people
TfcfT aft U I abject to iU(U.
For the National Republican.
INKLINGS OF IDLENESS.
Thomontkhaa eJmoal km. DUnerSl, Ym
came In tike a Hon, btmrt namesake oT.JMari,.
blustertagead wlar-40 please (''opt like a
lamb.'and tftre us a'chsace o see ''the Spring bon
nets whlh the wet weather has kept In their band
boxes It it to muddy under foot, too, as well ss
wet oTerhead, that t rtrr one ii loaglsf for April,
to be followed by May, eren as crocunei ere to be
followed by rot-, and shad by reen peas And
with the Spring eunihloe come weddings, In which
Albert Edward has 10 famously followed the lesd
of Tom Thumb, although he won't continue to fol
low the general's example, and bring hli bride to
Waihlngtoa S'trnporlethtf will have wedding
cake at the British Legation, and It there not a full
account of the ceremonial oa the flrit page of thin
pairrl Taney the womanly eurloelty that made
Jenny Llnd, anxious to wltneea the wedding, ting
In the choir of the chapel.
METRO POUT AN W1DDINO.
Captain McCawley, of the Marine coir, who
was brereted " for gallant conduct at the atormlng
of Chapultepe and capture of the etty of Mexico,"
Utobeuarrledthla afternoon, at Bt.Jobufi Church,
to MlatColgale, one of our fatreat Metropolltaa
bellee The wedding may not equal la splendor
that of the Prince of Walce, but the display of
' fair women and brare men " will equal, If It don't
urpaii, that In St George's Chapel, Windsor
CLO OF THI UlBOf.
The aonouocement in the RtpvUUn that the
Saturday afternoon receptions at th(WMte House
were ended sadly disappointed those who. In their
desire to eoonomtte hack hire, hare remained at
home, waiting for pleasant weather. Next week
President Lincoln and hla family will remove to
their Summer quarter at the Soldier's Home, and
we may consider the season of $J as fairly
ended Indeed, there has been a flight of our t
mond since the adjournment of Congress, and the
Metropolis is again In possession of soldiers and
Mrs. Don Piatt, In the Introduction to her clever
book on Paris, speaks of this city as the first chlM
of our Independence, which has grows to Its pres
ent staU upon the thinnest of all diet political
Influence. In her opinion, the character of the
city is political, but as Its cltltens have not the
right of suffrage, they are political without power,
listening la a high state of excitement to discus
sions of questloos they cannot influence, and living
in a continual whirl of excitement about aJTalrs
over which they have no control. .Now this Is true
while Congress Is i sesiloa, and while polities
and plunder ocrl hiIow the uly
Ilut when the
members of Congress and the lobby members leate,
there is a larger proportion of intellectual, refined,
well educated society here In M ashlngton than in
any other city True, people will talk about place
and promotion, but rarely, as in other cities, of
cotton or codflsh, sugar or stocks Besides, hare
we not Just now our gallant officers, to tell of their
hair-breadth Escapes by blood or field In true dra
matic stylet Profoundly versed are our marriage
able misses In the science of shoulder- traps, which
not only posts them up on the pay and allowances
of bachelor-wearers thereof, but on the pensions
their widows would receive Accidents will hap
pen jou know, dear
In the Old ortd,rags are collected by chtffmiUr,
who go about with their baskets and Iron hooks,
but here, materials for paper-making are gathered
by the agents of "dealers In pAper-stock," of
whom we have quite a number among us. Mate
rials for the manufacture of paper are scarce, and
consequently costly. Fig leaves once made good
garments, satisfactory at leait to Mr and Mrs
Adam, but they cant be made Into paper, neither
are any of the other vegetable substances practi
cally available, and ao rags and shreds retain their
value Oil beoks and manuscripts are also bought
to be reconverted Into paper, and our autograph
hunters hare had rare pickings of late among the
contents of old garrots and lumber rooms, sold by
IC PUUIIU. nui UIU UasT BlKleJ pmpWlm 1DUB 0en
rescued from oblivion, but some curious private
epistles, and tender lore letters, which will hence
forth grace the portfolios of our autographlles
Verily every maa should bee ireful what he writes,
ladies don't need this caution, and besides, their
billet dtux are so prized by the recipients, that the)
are net er sold for paper rags
About this time, as the almanacs sa), our ama
teur fishermen begin to threw their Hues and to
unreel their yarea, each striving to out-do the
other, and each always reserving some wonderful
tale to eclipse any other that may be told Pa
tiently do these disciples of Iraak Walton toil to
entrap their finny prey, and a few of them seem so
Interested In their sport that It Is to be feared that
they will not surrlve the termination of It, leaving
some plaglarltlog poet to write that they-p
"-caught earl), latel) caught)
Caught strings for hungry neighborhood enough
Then died of spite, because there were uu uorv
To catch '
uiLITAnr r 1 8 PLAT.
Uhlltf the) hae camp weddings and steeple
chases in the Army ol the Potomac, we art to en- '
joy a floe military dlipla) on Wednesday next, at
the Monument grounds A light artillery battery,
timed for the precision of Its mowmcnts,aud a
liowitier corps, eiuall) noted for Its efficiency,
will go through their Intricate jet interesting
mancruvres Uf course, the beaut) and fashion of
the metropolis will be among the lookert-on
A HOTEL FEER.
A flood tide of custom having enabled some of
our hosts to amass fortunes as a reward for their
attentions to the traveling public, there is a gen
eral desire among money-getters to enter into the
business,! though few of them ' can't keep a hotel '
How different Irom when I was a lad, when stages
used to dash up to the old tat ems, and perhaps
le e a dozen or so guests a dy, while others came
iu their own carrlsges, or on horseback The
crack house (where the Metropolitan now stands)
was the" Indian Queen," with its huge swinging
sign and Its good cheer Old Mr Bron n, the land
lord, used to do his own carving, and he grew his
own vegetables In a garden which was his pride,
and where a patient camel drew water for Irriga
tion flight hospitably used he to place decanters
of brandy on his dinner tables, and on great occa
Uns he would concoct foaming egg-nog in a punch
bowl once owned by George Washington High
old times thoic ruffle-shirt days
Tlta FlTe-tenty Ixan.
PniLADELrnu, March 27 Jay Cooke, Gov
ernment subscription agent, announces the
com erslon jietcrday of a million and a half of
leal tenders into tive twenties, and to-day a
million and n quarter There Is an oztraordl-
nurydimand for bonds (rum nil quarters, w Inch
Is belnj' met na promptly as the large force em-
p.ojta vj ne luistcr of the ircusury will per
mit No Fooling;,
The Massachusetts House of Representatives
has rejected a bill authorlzlog dlrorctd parties
to re marry l consent of the Jootlces of the
The Gold Hpccul.tlon
A bill prohibiting banks and otlirr chartered
tn iiiuury Institution from loaning ou gold de
I ' biIh pasmitl the Newnrk Ai-setnl ly center-
vr rut tiinu Slil.i il, 11 ii, tin- i oiuiilni'il
areorelctinTotersIn Bedroni,, II .omonnl
rd to WTjears the oldist being 01, the young.
Iioke of the recent guurilla "raids" npon
the Nashville and Loulsi Hie Itallroad, a "strong
box" containing tM.OOO, and belonging to the
Adams Express Company, was captured
ANw iiAMrniiM woman riadthe bible
through, In course, seventy-four tines Bhe
died on the Clh Inst
Tux suraa ealftHe Union men of the South
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MntlaVBlt ADAttaafeoMKjUXaT TO
GREAT OtlITAINOP Tills -
xasox unoisa xnol!xd,to xxcoo,
NIZB TUB COXFEDEnACT.
Th tAnAon fimanetpatlonUte Xrottst
Against h. ItlMkada Hun.
8inT Hook, March 23, 10 o'clock a. m.
The steamship Asia, from Llrerpool on the
14th, and Qneenstown on the 16th, has arrlred
off this point.
The steamship Nora Scotlan arrlred at LIt
crprK.l on the 13th.
Polish affairs are unchanged. The Ameri
can Diplomatic correspondence la published.
In Minister Adams's last letter are complaints
relative to the pirate Alabama.
Mr. Mason wss still nrglng the recognition
of the South, and claiming the nullity of the
The Emancipation Society of Mam heater has
sent a protest to Lord John Russell, against
fitting ont ressels la England for the rebels.
Lord Russelhat replied, that evidence upon
oath Is required to enable proceedings to be
taken In the premises.
Breadtufls were advancing. Provisions dull.
LirlRrooL, Saturday Fvcnlng. Cotton
Sales to-day 19,000 bales. 7,000 to speculators
and exporters. The market buoyant, with an
advance of a half-pence.
Dreadstsfls quiet and steady. Wheat firm
and active. Corn doll and declining. Provi
sions quiet and steady.
Lonox, Saturday Evening. Consols closed
IUvni. Sales of the week, 7,0i bales of
cotton. The market Is firmer, with an advance.
Orleans, (ri ordinaire, SSOf.j bai,Xit. Stocks,
Arrtral of a Frtie Steamer.
New Tore, March 29. Tho steamship Asia
la I elow
The prize steamer FcterhotT has arrived.
COHN DAHORK PA4B1NC3 VICKRDURO :
I KAPLT.. '
Cairo. March 27. Last Salnrdar nleht an-
other barge, containing a thousand bushels of
corn, floated past the batteries at Vlcfcsburg
safely, for Admiral Fam-gut's fleet.
The Memphis Jiullttin, of Wednesday last,
says thst three or Admiral Iortcrs gunboats
approached the Yazoo river by the Sunflower
route, and reached Greenwood.
The IhdUtin further savs onr forces above
Greenwood have abandoned the undertaking to
force a passage, and were rctnrnlng, when they
met General Qulnby's division en route to re
A conference was had, the result of which
Is unknown, bnt It Is thought, In consequence
of the success of the new route the whole force
Dlspaf ba from Ilebel Newspapers
IIeadq'hs Anwr o? the Potomac, March
27. Richmond dates to the Soth and CCth Inst.,
and Mobile dates to the 23d, hare been re
ceived. The Jackson Appeal of the 21st ssysi
"The steamer Natchez, with 1,300 bales of
cuiicm oa ooara, was aesiroyea ny nre on the
13th lust., while on a trip up the Yazoo river.
"The Hartford and Mooongahela were al
lowed to approach within four hundred yards
of onr batteries at Grand Gulf, when they opened
upon tbem, the vessels rep! vlng with breadsldcs
several times. A dozen shots struck the ves
sels. Fartlcs were seen carrying the wounded
below No damage was sustained on onr side.'
The Natchez Courier ssys the n art ford, with
Commodore Farragnt on hoard, anchored In
front of that city on Tuesday afternoon, the
16th Instant, and sent a small boat with a flag-of-4ruce
ashore, with a note to tho Mayor, stat
ing thst If the United States gunboats were fired
upon by the jeople of Natchez, or by guerillas,
be wonld bombard the city. The Hartford re
mained all night, and left with the Mononga
hela In the morning
Ilebel Dispatches from Tennessee to lUch-
CnATTANoooA. March 23 There was
movement of the army of Tennessee on Tues
day me enemy advanced on tne roads rrom
Franklin toward Columbia, but on Satnrdsy re
treated to Trankllu
Van Doro Is still on the north side of Duck,
rher Our forces occupy Florence and Tusca
loosa. lucre lias been no moonjcnt of the enemy
from Corinth In this direction
Morgan bad a light at Auburn, Cannon
county, Tennessee, on Friday, with an over
whelming force of the enemy. He fought gal
lantly, and killed and mounded a number of
the enemy, but was at last compelled to retire.
Ill r lira ond fgra.
Hcadq'ils Armt or the Potomac, March
27 The KIchmond WMg contains a detailed
account of the fight at Kelly's Ford, claiming
thnt tbeli force as but from nine hundred to
a thousand cavalry but subsequently five regi
ments and one battery are enumerated. Thcj
claim a victory because, as they state, the ob
ject of the raid was frustrated
The new Improvement bill has passed loth
Houses of the rebel Congrrss.
The general news Is meager. Tho weather
to-dny Is fine, with a drying brocze. Therols
some Indication of a change In the weather to.
A Demonstration on the Rebel Porre at
Dan lilt, Ky,
Lori'MlXK, March 27 A special dispatch
In the Juurnal says HO men of the Ninth Ken
tucky cavalry surprised tho rebel pickets In the
vicinity of Danville last evening, who retreated
Into Danville In great disorder. They learned
that the rtbtl force in Dantllle was J,500 In
cluding thu First Georgia regiment. This
pro.es tho rumors of the rebiW abandonment
of Danville Incorrect.
Lexington, Kr , March li7 The train lias
rAftieiigurs say our torces had re-
crossed Dutkrherln pursuit of the rubcls.
Au Indiana Deserter and Spy Shot.
iKMANAFOLlt, March S7 llobert flay, a
dcaerter from the Seventy-first Indiana volun
teers, v, as shot hire to-day by order of court
martial. He waa taken prisoner at KIchmond,
Kentucky, paroled, and voluntarily went over
to the enem) lie afterwartla returned to our
Hues as a spy. He acknowledged the Justtco
of Ills sentcme, and exhorted his felloW'Soldlera
to take warnlrg uy his example
Ilebel Correspondence front Charffvatou.
Charleston, March S3. We have authentic
reports that thu memy s fleet at Tort ItoyaLhaa
bren Inrronsed to a! out one hundritf aiufTfifty
icsHtl, About tlurtj-riVLt rans ports ha vlng btiu
addfd nllhlu tin list Ivio (U)A
The frcuih ir luimr lllniihkt left licro
Alltst of alt Aunilnent llsbel lCugluerr
New Torl. March 37 The rebel Col. Tal
coll v. ur arrested to-day. In this cliy, erout4
tor ruropo, ana placed in r on Larayetle. 11a
was constructor of the rebel fortifications at
inrktown and Port Darling, aud was formerly
or llie umteu otaies army
Fortress Mohroi, March 37 An effort was
made to burn the quartirmaeier'e storehouse
In Norfolk, yestcrdsy morning early The In
cendlarlea were discovered In time to thwart
i rovn o'clock;
The BTtac Faaatene.
The momentous questions of millinery and
female costomlnff renerallr has been decided
I 'tt c ;er - '- .i
in near lore mis weer. TDere are out lew
tUrinag ifoTJ tlejfn'thel, riraj"?. &
soroVof thVmost violent reatnres of the bonnet
of the ptflM natabeeb tatt1i-tted.Tbe TalHdri-T
tuskers hare dlscOTered that female beasty can
be caltitated Wth somewhat lest todresslta,
ana accordingly ,16, crowni of the bonnets are
depressed. The sides are swelled ont, howeTeri
and though the hat II not so mnch a "sky
scraper," there Is as mnch of II aa before. The
Inside trimming- Is considerably reduced, and
placed upon the crown. This Is an tmproTo
meat lboth hat and vesrer. ItJs not, how
ever, any part of the milliner's plan to glre
Donneta a really becoming shape. That wonld
spoil the trade. Tbelfephlloeophy hat for Its
groundwork the fact that an ugly or absnrd
Tashlon most bo changed every quarter. The
wearers tire mnch sooner of bonnets of this
class, and their husbands are more willing to
stand "the eipenie of hew ones. 'Therefore!
there will always be some absurdities In the
make-up of a fashionable bonnet. Thla'year
chip enters largely Into the material of summer
bonnets, for which lta llghtnest and purity of
color render It eminently snltablei bnt silk,
lace, tnlle, straw, and crave are also used.
Feathers, nowera, ribbons, and laco form the
ontslde trimming, and the same materials,
minus the feathers, form the face trimmings
likewise. No one color predominate i for,
though white Is more used In the body of the
hat than any other color, yet, generally speak
Ing, It Is so blended, and Intermingled with pos
Hire colors thst It loses Its Indlrldnsllty.
The hala which resemble a small cheese with
a feather In It threaten to be more prevalent
There are no rash Innovations In dresses.
The skirts are still quite full, thongh Intem
pcratcly long, and the corsage Is high td thn
throat. Flouncca are tabooed, and braid and
gimp take their place. The'stspl6 articles of
'1W, alpaca and linen are still In vogue, but
; i mlses to be a rage for calico, on ac-
o at of Its being ao very dear.
"Still "Waters nun DeerJ.
Tho play of "Stll. Waters Ran Deep," one of
Tom Taylor's bf it, was produced last night, at
G rover's Theatre, and gave the audience a new
sensation. W hare repeatedly seeq tho piece
pcrformod by the company thst made U so
famous, In Pos ton, In 1855. and never expected
to see It as well done agalnj bnt last night the
performance was In roost respects equal, aud
In many superior, to that when Fields played
Hawksley, and Brown played MUdraay, at the
Mr. Davenport's Uawktleyli superior to that
of Field's, and Mr. Walls rk was most admira
ble In Mild may. 11 r other Potter was played by
E. II. Williams, the originator of the character.
His acting in the part Is more finished than
when he first gained a great reputation In It
It Is perfection Itself, Emily Mcstayer and
Miss Parker were excellent,, and after the play
was over, and the spellbound andlence began
to talk about It, tho universal expression was,
" I never saw a drama more smoothly played
and the more fully and evenly suilalned."
Mr. G rover ought, certainly, to reproduce
"Still Waters Run Decp.M
Mr. Davenport was-balled out last night and
made a very humorous Impromptu speech. It
Has very neatly done.
" Black-Eyed Susan ' was the afterpiece, but
after the elegant comedy which had been so
well played, It appeared somewhat rough. Mr.
Davenport, In order to add to the enjoyment
of the audience, or, at least, to create sn extra
ovcltcment, Introduced the name of McClellaq
In a song. There was a great burst of applause
and then some hisses. An encore being called
for he coupled the name of Gen. Hooker with
McClellan, when the applause was unanimous
ro Passes Granted to Aqnta Creek.
No passes are now allowed clrlliana to go to
the Army of the Potomac. The rule Is very
TnE New York Evening JV( says that the
absurd rumor thst Mr. Chase has directly or
Indirectly disposed of gold to " break down
price," is utterly without foundation.
Il.btls Ilenorteil at Front Ilojral.
There Is again a rumor of a large forio of
rebels In the Shenandoah Valley, but It Is not
credited at headquarters.
BnxD Is selllutr at Alexandria. Va , ot $1 60
each. X 1' laming 2ot
Slight mistake. We saw splendid Totoinsr
shad In market this morning spiling for one
dollar. They arc becoming more plenty.
Major Gehrral 8 mm, who wss In com
mend of a corps under General Uutatldc, will prob
ably resume his rank of colonel In the regular
army, hU appointment as brigadier and major
general not hating been connrmed
MAJua GEaxJUL Caiit Is to remain In
Washington, the order directing Mm to eitablUh
Lis headquarters at Centerrllle having been re
BisoxaVvr ORtENLXAr, of the First Kentucky
volunteers, haa been discharged from the Union
army, to superintend the construction of an iron
clad war stramer He proceeds at once to Cincin
nati lor the purpose Indicated.
Ohio (Jen. Calvin E. I'katt, who gained the
title of "the Havalockof the arjiiy," by bis prompt
enforcement of the Freildeat's Sued.) proclama
tion, rejuloed his command ) estcrday,harlog been
on a short vli.lt to his famUy in new York.
Htori, the sculptor, has just completed, In
LendOn. a clay modal of atttanie of Saul. It la to
be executed la broaxe.
Hbs, Howe, Mrs. Btowe, and other lady
writers, form a feminine phalaita In the brilliant
" AtUntlc for this month
.Ion Owu Lovejot contlnuta tjultn 111 In
Jjiuv BouhCicAiLT has produced a new dra
ma tic vcrion of "Lea Miserable! " Mr J. U Allen
It nugutlating with tho author for its performance
lUv JiMta Fheeuan Clarici has been
e.ected b the Lelriature or MaasachWaStts
Uveraeerof Hartford College.
Vetaij, thu most entrancing pf prima
d4mH4i,it suiio to make her appearance ta new
Vork to says rumor
pXjt tiEtcnxLL commences n slat engage
ment at tee Welaot Street Theatre, Philadelphia,
on Monday nlht next
Mi hi Pkovobt la playing a brilliant engage
ment i tl'At. street theatre, fhllatiilphUt, .
Horf. DvirntL S. piCEiJrtON'lf taJtywR,1 V
DHTpiftfirSkfrXBpfyifi tcii, especUllf
tlie Beston. They are eveet and neurlsMng, and
, ought to be distributed among the troops
J'y y s j
The Navy Department has received
r . . A.
genet to-day, confirming the report of the cap.
tare of the rebelateamt-"OeorglanalM.near
-1. .x ....' J. . t., .. .
i nit vessel isiim rrour Liverpool on me met
of Jwmry. On thlCWcatlen ''Urge !rwd"
of secession )yropathlaertrattenibUd oft'tuo
wharf and manifested their delight by the
waving of handkerchiefs, &Cj The offlcers
wore gold lace on their beta, and there la no
donbt but that she werMutcuded for a rebel
She wat a powerful tteamerof 407 tons, ISO
horse power, very fast, and persons who saw
her In Nassau, at which port the stopped prior
to tailing for Charleston, report her at a mnch
more formidable vessel than the 'Alabama.
She vat built by Messrs. Laird, of Birkenhead,
for the " Emperor of, China,' at alleged . Wat
n Ironrcsael, brig, rigged, aud fel) England
with ant assorted cargo'. 'IV la etUmated hst
the 'vessel, with her cargo, must havo been'
worth a million of dollars.
The Amerlean cLnsstion In Kagiaxtd.
The London Timet conelndoa aa editorial on
American affairs at followti
A hand will sooner or liter be held out to the
Bomb, and when It It refuted, at It undoubted
ly will be, there will be no resource for such
" ,... .. -.--4 In H..u On.- -a P-
aa the feature, can o. dlstlngnlahed, la the pr
sent, aspect of 'American' politics-' A strong
and Increasligpartfiwhleh Is llred'of tbowtr,
consents to let an administration committed to
the, war Carry ont Itt poUeyby acts of .revolu
tionary extravagance, sauaaea ininaxneanuma
that such revolutions will here Utile effect, and
that ltt own principles will have a powerful
Influence In determining, events. That lnna
e&cemnst neoeaeerlly tend to. a settlement of
toe quarrel, ana it la not likely to De impairea
by a few weekt more of such disheartening
spectacles as tne war now prcsenta.
The London, TimM of the 13th Instant, In a
leader on American affairs, remarks on the fact
that the Americana are constantly sending off
powerrui armies to ail sorts or places, ana tney
seem to know and care nothing about themt
but North and i8onth-JJk. look Upon Vlekt;
burg aa the scene of a uclslre struggle. The
siege In regular form of thle place will be al
most aa Interesting to military men aa that of
A oonnOEJUTE Loin itt riUirxroiT.
Frankfort (March, t) correspondence London star.
The Artionar of this city haa annbnnced a
loan In process of negotiation of 3,000,000 by
the House of RsphaclErlanger, of this city and
Tarls, and aayt that the arrangmtnte havo been
adopted, subject to the approval of the Confed
erate Senate at Richmond. Rumor aayt that
$400,000 have been advanced on the loan by
these houses, on bills of exchange at 000 per
ANOTHER ANOLO-REBEI. tTXAUEK.
Extract of a letter from London to New XT j
, At Qneenstown, March 5,1 taw a beautiful
steamer, called the Banahee, from Liverpool,
on her way to run the blockade. Bhe was aa
straight as an arrow, about ISO feet long, raking
meats, and funnels (two) of galvanized Iron,
setting very low In the wateri said to be very
fast, and constructed of steel platea, and In
every particular a perfect beanty. I only hop.
that some of onr blockabcn will catch her. 1
cannot learn here or any more prlvateert being
out. and thlnkr that the English Ooveenment
will soad takesteostarjrevent anv moraofthat
kind of craft leaving England for the benefit of
An fiaitor and a Clerk eulenaed by e
Among those tried by the court-martial
ordered by MaJ. flen, Helntzelman. with Col.
Korponay, Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania regi
ment, presiding, was D. Turner, Esq., edi
tor of the Dally Aincs, of Alexandria, Virginia.
The offence wat the publication or the
roster of Qeo. Helntzelman's command for
February, 1803. Mr. Turner-plead guilty and
was sentenced to one year hard Jabor at the
Rip-Rape, or tome other military station, to be
aeslgnatea uy tne general commanaing.
First DUtrlel of Columbia Tolontcers. was tried
at the same time and by the same court, and
conTlcted of fnrnlshlDic this roster to Mr. Tur-
rA fnr nnviTi'ftJttlnn. FTm waft irnlAncpil " trt
forfeit to the United States all tay now due. or
that may become due for the spafe of three
Tears, ana to ie conunea a. nam laoor ai mo
Rip-Haps, or some other military station, to be
designated by the Commanding General, dur
ing the same period of three years."
In General Order No. 10, dsted March SI, and
In speaking of theso decisions, Gen, Ilelnird-
Tho proceedings of the court-martial In llicse
two cases are confirmed.
"In pronouncing sentences In these casts the
Court has abov,n Itself possessed of a high sense
of It rueponslblllt) , and a Just appreciation of
the Injury Inflicted on the, service by tho Inju
dicious publication of a 'military roster.
11 At the same time, while congratulating the
Court on performing Its duty with decision and
zeal as a military tribunal, tho Major General
Commanding cannot bnt entertain the convic
tion that thu greatest dltfcrence separates (ho
civilian from the soldier In his ideas of propri
ety or culpability, and In It Is knowledge of duty
n matters purely military.
"The circumstance of 'loyalty and 'want of
bad 1 nt cut' conspires to mitigate the crlmo of
the arcuaod in the mind of the authority re
viewing the sentence.
" The sentence in the case of D. Turner Is
remitted, under the couvlctlon that his energies
will be devoted to that cause which ho has so
"In the casu of private Henry Vanderwater,
of company I, First District of Columbia vol
unteers, the sentence Is mitigated to forfeiture
of all pay now due or to become duo him from
the United States, and to confinement at hard
labor for throe months, at the end of which
time he will be dishonorably discharged from
the service. He will bo sent under guard to
Fort Delaware, with his descriptive Hit, cloth
ing account, and a copy of this order."
The ludlansat Grover's Thamtre
On Monday night, tho following named war
chiefs, of the tribes named, will visit 0 rover's
theatre, accompanied by their Interpreter and
Vhayenne$. Lean Bear, War Bonnet, and
A'toraU. Yellow Buffalo, tone Wolf, Yellow
Wolf, White Bull, and Little Ueart.
A rarxiAofS. Spotted Wolf, and Nevah.
Vomanefut. Pricked ForhWd, and TeVi
Apacfu. Poor Bear.
Caddo," Jacob, s
They will appear la their full national cos
tumee, and It is the intention of Manager Gro
ver to gW them a surprise In the way of a fair
ieuitt ecUpsIng, In gorgeous splendor, anything
ever witnessed In the Injun country.
Important PubUe tamt Nalea,
The President has Issued his proclamation
orJerlog public sales of Gov urn me tit lands la
the Territory of Washington, and States of
Michigan and Kansas. The following are the
land offlcea named, and dates of the sale i yU
.Vancouver, August Sd Oljmpla, July ltUb.
In Washlngtofa Territory. At Ionia, poly I3tb,
East B agin aw, July Bd. In Michigan. At To
peka, August Sdj Hnmboldf, July .Sift "In
L M , -.
hJ SB IStr Ht) 9BF1 - S ' , . VBK -
if, A SOX DISSATISFIED.
New YoHa. March 28. The Edward Haw
kins had vrrtved at Uverpool from MaUmorti,
Mexico, with 1,800 balesofcoUon and 1000,000
Mr. Mason U irreatly disss Us fled with his
poor succai la pnxnrlng tho recognition of
Mr6UrUu."was thrown 'from his horse In
Paris; and had his skull fractured ( bathe was,
at last acconubs, ont pf danger-
V. . I.nt Roath. ''
Mrs.Marv J.Tilro. of Baltimore, was yes
terday arrested at the Instance of Colonel Tlsh,
Provost Marshal of Baltimore, npontLt charge
of Southern t jmpathlee, and of writing a let
ter to a friend In the Bontn, reflecting njxm the
character bf Major General Bchetick. Thelet
ter vJaVd'IscOTered In a rebel, pall foceillj cap
tared ft LeonardtefrnVBht fa ordered to he
seni rjonmiaiwenjy, nonrs. jrm tne privilege
of carrying her husband and. children along.,
Tw0 5oTOioui,TMitV BarAKiAtL Out or
tmcm Anatrrtb This morale-, about S t'cloek,
two ta.ro, Jobn Hardlaf and Wm.Tcmpkhw broke
JalU Hardlaf la a notorlons burtfer and thief.
aoa was arrested ana eomminro some time since
for breaking Into and robbl&s; the store of Ctaff ett
k Lookwood, oa FsansyWaala arenue. between
Ninth and Tenth street i.-Toiapk las was 'arretted
for steaUos a wath from a centlerasn named Cor
wln-'at 'iUard! Holel IU was aaamlaed by o
of the Justices,, aM committed for eotuL He had
not been la Jail more teas a month or sUWMks
before he escaped. Ha was caught and pot back
In hla old quarters, and. was tried at, the laat term
of the criminal court, upon two charges one tot
breaking Jail, the other lor stealing the watch.
He waa fonnd auUtr upon both, and was sentenced
by Judge Merrick to six months Imprisonment In
the count j Jail on the first charge, aad two yean
and six months la the pealteatlarr at Auburn, N
Y., on the charge of stealing the wateh
Harding was arrested about half past ten o'clock
this morning la Centre Market, by noundsman
Shied, of the Third ward police, aad taken to the
offlee of iupt. Webb. He was drunk when arrested,
and eursed the officer, using many vile epithets.
When asked by tho auperlntendeut If he would
oonseatto hare' his mug taken, he refused. He
wss then ordered to be placed laths Oe&tral Guard
house and hare shower baths administered to him
dally until Jie consents to sit for his picture.
Tompklashas probably made good his escape, as
he has plenty of secesh friends both In this city
and Baltimore. His mug graces the Rogues' gal
lery. We understand they made their ascspe by
means of a large lead key, weighing about three
pound!, which had probably been glren them by
one of their friends.
Festival ar KASTtaw LodoeNo.7. We had
the nleasure. last ere&lfta'. of attendlnc a festival
of the abore ledge, glren at their hall, corner of
AJtTt ntn street ana Maryland ateaue, (island,) to
the widows and orphana under the,lrcare. The at
Undasee was Urge, and the exercises Interesting.
AntrameWolfibeXde.during which the
degree pfcWkahwas'tonferred upon quite a
number oriadles, the -public exercises of the eren
Ug were eommeaet;. They coasIstedBrst of slog
lng by the choirs of Rylend Chapel and Sixth
street mstiy tartan saureh, assisted by a quartette
Club, consisting ef Messrs. Dawson, Tabler, Noyes
and Ball j second, a highly interesting address by t.
G Sweet j third, a beautiful quartette by the four
gentlemen named) fourth, sieging by the choirs
fifth, an address by Grand Maater MeLalnf sixth,
sloglog by the club) and seventh, an address by
P. U. 9. K. Douglass.
The services were closed with the doxology, aad
the company repaired to the supper room and par
took of a bounteous repast prepared by direction
of the lodge. The entertainment reflected great
credit upon the committee of arrangement.,, and
ine anair win long i remembered by the members
of the Ieodga and the friends who were present.
A PnEJUtTATiOM-Oa 'Thursday evening, Mr.
and Mrs Fowlc, hat lng returned from their bridal
tour, Visited Columbian hospital, by Invitation to
hold one of their usual social, musical and relU
lous meetings. The oeoaalon was taken advantage
of by the Inmates of the hospital to give their vis
itors a gentle surprise. During thelf absence, a
beautiful set of stiver, consisting of six pieces, had
been procured as a testimonial of the regard In
which they were held by those who had been ao
many times cheered by their kind words and Sweet
music. After the exercises had eommcACed, a
small atand bearing the present, covered, waa
brought in, when the surgeon In charge, Dr. Cros
b), stepped forward, and. with a few appropriate
remarks, oflVred this soldiers' tribute to their
guests Mr Fowle,rathcrunusuatforhlm,seeme4
for a time at a loss for words, but expressed his
I own and his wife's most hesrtfelt thanks lor the
beautiful present Other remarks followed from
gentlemen present) which, Interspersed with music
and the cheers of the ooj s, made the hour pass ell
too quickly away, Such Interchanges of kindly
fueling make all parties, both gu era and receivers,
happier and better.
IifTEaciTixo Discission akd Decision The
Phllomathlan Debating Society, last evening, ter
minated the discussion of the question of the rela
tive merits of a " Limited Monarchy," and a M Re
publican form of Go. eminent," which haa en
gaged lta attention for several weeka past, render
ing the decision la favor of thu former.
A large number of visitors, lnoludlnx ntanv la
dles, have been present during this discussion, and
have maniieated a lively interest In Its progress.
The society has selected the question of whether
"Corlolanus, under the circumstances, shouldhave
ytcioed to tne entreaties of his mother not to in
vade Rome," for consideration at the nsxt meet-
lug, and an Interesting discussion la anticipated.
1 he meetings of this society are held every Fri
day evening, In the Council Chamber of the City
nan, wncre visitors are aiwaya welcomed.
Mabniaog Ccbemohv, St John's church was
the scene of an Interesting ceremony this moraine
This was the marriafe of Capt. C G. MoCawley,
u B.M,to Miss Kiuaneth ungate, of this city,
The bridesmaids were Miss Lawrence, of Balti
more, Mils Denny, of Pittsburg, Pa ( Miss louog
and Miss McBlalr, of Washington. The grooms
men were Usuts L Goldsborough, F Pete, and
Baker, u s M i and capt. Smith. U, S. a.
The bride was attired In white silk, with a veil
of white illusion gracefully drooping over her
shoulders, Her dress was tastefully ornamented
with nranre blossoms.
The bridesmaids were all appareled In white
Rev Ur. rlae pervrnrd toe eerenonv.
Assault Heory Lleudacr and lleorr Sonau
DUr, were arreslea yesterday uy officers Thompson
and Grant, of the Fourth werd, for sssaultlnr
Bridget Morsn Mrs Morsn occupies a house
owned by Urudner and this ts th. second time he
has sttempted to force her out by assaulting her,
and Ihfn throwing her furniture Into the etrMt.
Both parties were tsken before Justfce Ferguson,
wno oraercu mem to g e ban lor court
Dawsoh Lonor. The attention of the members
of this Lodgs (Free Masons) Is directed to the notice
InouradverUsloff columns of the funeral of the
late Mr John T Uls, to fakeplaee Mundayaner.
noon, at lf o'clock
THtrr Mary Msghsr wss arrssted yesterday
by Omcer Fendle, of the Fourth ward, for stealing
a shawl bfloaglng to LUes Cohen, th. waa
Ofd.red to gtr. aaeurlty for court by'ostlc. Far
Boaor.ar.ntUta.Cr.Mttt a colored etrvauC fa,
the f mpbjy pj sff,Wia. B,cket, was arrested yes
ieri)ayfdrrobbutenlyetf till. eh. was
saminadbefor. Justice atrstton, wh. fully esv
mltted her for court.
fa' aw -W X&UM 1X4TAMOXAB. -'
l-i.ift" - v . w . -s -
bawdy hens, kadwa el "The Srlekoatha eoratr
of math street east and rtaasylvaala avenne,!!
brokattapby tu JirarkpreeUitollaejead stltka
Inmstcs (six in umMriarreiiea,riirtusMi
Hruetlons bom tfuperlnteadent Webb, with waoxe
eoUtalatshilr beta lodged at t Wont tries, by
parsoatmlaiet ta the loealltf. AtaaSlderaH
riot was going on at th. time In the preautetttav
twsen a large party of eltlient sad aoldlersi aeve
ral bftht prlutlpai amiot Wheat wtr. arretted.
? The proprietress (th. nelbrttus Annie WUiia)
was absent, and on her return wsa tahsa nddealy
III on viewing las posture of attain, .Ua wss
eared for. and set ether women detailed to attaad
hervw What she reebvers wm Mrdealttrllh at
cording to law. The flibnrsre fle; , cash, aad
sent to the workkeufev '" i? ' A '
Geo, W. Mags, the (Ifiotsnt, doorkeeper of Ue
establishment, (For performing whleh duty hare
eelvee $1 per week,) was carried by theaergeaatlo
C.pl.llry, iUef of the, attMtivts,' who. poljlHr
request! him, In teeordaaeawttk the SaMilareay
dent's late order relative ta susplelous and danger
on persons, ete.,taleev. the ellyatitpeeonyaa
poaslblaiand oa his prptalaa td A M, hawaent
a,.... 1 If -
iRiAHC.Hsmrv Holder, twannaar A. One Httfla
escsped fron.tbe hesnlta) yeiUrday aadsrae
eaughi and seat back this aaornlag.
a) t ' - aaiwaawiB'i--svv t" nfjBanf-
StaKALLfaii rsnoH irmiUr. 1L. hdtohttl.S tltltaa.
was detected yAUMay faking jlgnkls to prisoners
la the. Old Capital.., ?Ie was snested. it
- ,- ,t
end was tela mor1pgrfrdby thiee-
Tanaaoxw-IIuh JUCDT-waa arrested ttvdar tit
nttariag trnahfe sia Unity ta, fc Awt
orctvra AAtas. t
MAiuit UtT-ArrhUsU!at bahcnjt,t(?Tsna
MtttCreek,TuU.) "'.f ' . 7
Sohr. Mary Waahtngtoa, Sttapkla, HaTT4e
Oraeecoaltej DlxoaWag. A 'w
gchr. Geo. I Orcen, Cobb, Boston, Ice and apples)
toW.Godey. , v
Bchr. Roeklniham, flpt, Jlostaa, tsf 'ti.UsJ
same. "Ji -4
Sloop Emily llowd, Mstti6glfi( , MUjMi
nsh. t " i. Ml,V w" ,'"u
Longboat Occpqaan, Swan. OesOman, battels
andbeoipeles. J , r" v t'JJJ
Deprtrn&bri EUte, Wtjolfor'ttmoiavjul
Barges ranay Worth, Budy, and H. W. W'sttajJ
CnuarxAKE and Ohio CAJiAB-AiTtsd floats
A. stanhope, flour fO( OtocVftUn, and Boysr
Watson, floor to Geo. Waters. The AJtrenone
has left to-day lor' WllHanuport, with plaster
The breach In the canal abore Harpera Ferry has
been repaired, and" boats that paased li oa Thurs
day are now arriving. f
iMraovEUXRT The old hoase belonging to Mr.
P. Dill, oaths south ilds of Bridge street. eftn
doors west of the depot, Has roatly btn taken
down by Hi owner, who Uteads ersctUg a aaad-
some brick dwelllhg In tta plM7, '
route Casks. W. I. D ownaend. assaaltj
bail for court. M
Michael Caton, disorderly .conduct dlsmlaaed.
Mary Berry, druakj dismissed ;tu ,
Jos. Keho, druttki dismissed,
Anna Lang, proatituUoaj illswlassd,
The Maiiiti.-ThefoHowtnglsallst ofprisse
as reported rot the firjnV(rafi, np tb ll mxU to-Aay t
Hour (family) - - - - ,S.M'.to S1.9JO
Welch's family - 0M
iz.-yS.StT te 9M.
t.79 to LS0
. us to too
. . to l.w
- . 'to so
, "tto "so
rn;f .? to a-ns
- 80 tO '10
- t 28 00 to to.tak
Hay, per ton
Salt Ground Alum
u to u
34 to a
nil rt t
UMnqlon Oil), D. C, Jan. 3, 1843.,
In consequence of the pressure of btulseM at
the War Department, naatea for"eltlsans'tovl)
the Army of the Fotonue wUIJmi gtvea at. tho
office of Lieut. OoU Ooinuto, iS3 Pejmsjlvanla
aveuae, above Nineteenth atreet,fU Jafej
HiiDQiuaTURs rovoT afAxntAL'a Onmj
WisnuatON. D. O.. Feb. H. UBSJi
Official notice It berebv riven that the order
from these headquarters concerning the ci(islng
of bsrs and drlnUng house, after SJOplm.,
and on Bnndavs, have not been'rosdnded.pr
modified, and all violations of those ordcrt
will be jmnlahed at heretofore. x, .
B j order i IlrjrRI B. Todb, -
Capuln and Provost Marsha). s
A. 8. Baku, JJentenant ni Adjutant lt,
Cnnr Ast'T QpinTiauisTis't Omcs,
Depot 0 WoMn'gton, SIS O,
corner EtgMuitth afresf,
Waiiiihqtox, D. C.,
Wltb a view to obtain on abort notice and CO
the beat terms snch supplies for the nt of Ibis
Department, by purchase In the open market,
at may be required by the exigencies of lister.,
vice, and nototherwlsenrOYlded,fort7eatuUb('
on the proper offlcers of the QnarttraatUre'a
Department, all dealers In Fnel, BlAtlonery,'
Hardware, Drugs, Lumber, of all-descrlptloaj,
Leatherralnts, OUt, Olau, Lanterns, Eilp't,
Stores, and such other mpplte. aa arei known
to be parchased by the Quartermas(er's rjepan
ment, are hereby requested to furnish thitofScf
weekly with price lists of the article In their
Una, corrected according; to the fluctuations of
None other than those complying with th
above advertisement will receive orders from
On Friday. March rrta, of eoagestlea of ttVtrife,
EviltxeM. Mtll.u,areaM)rtars. .
The funersl will take pise, froasher rettUat.
CH II street, between rFllte.nth and lUtMattl
tracts, on suadsr, March Svtn, at o'slotk p. m.
Tho friends of the family are respeetMUy InilUd
toattsnd. Nsw York papers pleas, eopyj
l'MK WIlOLKtALE tTOCK OF
'WINK AtTD UCtVOtWi
ESilLE DUPHE, '9
Loll 830 FlmtjttMiia ahsm,
Rtmored to j '
NINTH IT-RIM T, tl47J)
Between J an f tfrMO, , ,
whim ui vnuv conTraci to uixioi
vi I t
ullcrs, Pnrr.yrot's, and tit. Cltjr'Vsieiiet
'port p h i v. a p p m1 t " -
Th. steamiilp JUW.ANir, lammas, toaaur. I
now noalvlnf trsigkt at the Fish VVharOa QMlga.'
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