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.U1U- L1L J,i'i u TrwnvJv&r - -y ,' ) It, n l ; ii- I fcr "V 1 WtntiMV BflmMitatt. WABIHNGTON. D. O. 1 nURSDATiimu mmmmAFKIL 14. lew. ET T&e Offia of tU Ablaut IbpuoUeon It tt Ml Ninth ttriot, bottom 7Wuy(lUwwwwi 71 rwf. Ur.TeriiI!J0 nttUt Ito RpiAlUm ruldrly will pUau naffyV .flk'. I3T" Wtcolllht attention r tmiftuu ntra la tt &im& arton o oot fr?rrf4armr. TTi (n(nj Ij X(f a lujfneM ryt to IhU malttr for tho bm'ftt vtdur patronl. IS" Tl.it jmptr It novfwmUhtd ty ctrrlm to .'u'urrlivri (n (All cUy n Oiorgtlom, tt thirty i 'hit par rMtilA. Ifli railroad aaer Himnfi a our Jlroi piy art fnarrfalty authority of tht railroad torn panUo tntrtUy namtJ, art officially nrrocttd hW cnanffot tin merle, henrt can bt relied upon at comet, Katie. The builnea, of tUitrlbatlrf tit KtrciicAif throughout th.1. ellr, Gearfetowa aad Altxuultit, it, mil ay docd place la lb. bud of Mr. A. Tittrn SntriiEmp, who It oar oaly authortied eient to collect aodeollelt .ubMrtptloae to tale paper, and hu alio authority to eollett adrertlie menta from the adf ertl.lof eoumuottr of thli ud th netchborlDf IUee for thi NiTtoajkL RKrra tir a. Mr. (hepherd I. mil aad rarorefcl j eon la thli eommuulty, from harlot bcaa for eeveral month. pat mo of our prlaelpal Local Rtfortara, aod we commend him to our altlianc od bla aaw H aiiu.otOK, April 4, 1844. (nir.nKjr iiitkioei, ' Tat CHiaia uiCB TBMUTnriD to nirtDi ' hi ritjEnni or tub Union 11 ritT." I SHALL NOT RETURN TO SLAVSKT A.N If PERSON WHO 18 TKKE Br TUX TfcltMS OF T11K PROCLAMATION, OR BT ANY ACT OF CONGRESS." "I rsocum ruu. rurxn to all who I'lLMMLY awllRTO KZHCXrOSTH rAITITtTLLT i 1-tokt, PBOTtc-T, airn mmD tm Cokiti- i riuHorTHiUKiTroBTins.iriDTiiUmorJ or rut 8nm tuikiuxdix." ABRAHAM LINCOLN. UNION NATIONAL, CONVKNTION. 'Ib. nnderilgned, who, by original appolnt dhih, or anbtnqnent dealmatlon to in ..n. ilea, conatlyito the eiecmWe commlUeoere aled by tho National Contention, held at Chl- aiso on the 16tU day of May. 180, do hereby call upon all qnatlflod Totera who dealra the unconditional maintenance of the Union, the j -.wwvuc.i.umvu, nib uc complete uppreailon of the axlatlng rebellion, with the u.o Miwwi, ujr riorona war and all apt and elBclent meana, to aend delettoa to a conTCn- w j" . w""a iai.imore on Tneadar. the Till A mm a I... , Qi, J ..(l.-.--- ' ..- -, v, ,u..c, lou,, mh M u-ciocx, noon, ror the purpoeeof preaentlnc candidate for the office of Prealdent and Vice Prealdent of the United SUtea. Each State haying a repreaen. tatlbn In Conmaa wlU be enUtled to aa many delecale aa ahaU be equal to twice the number of elector towhlchanchSUtelaentltledlntho Electoral College of the United State. SS?L,NJI10B0A''' "aw Tork, Oialrmaa. L'UARLXl J. OILMAN, Mala. ",rm,m r. DRAIVABD, Vermont. E. H. ROLUN. New Hampihlie. J. Z. GOODRICH, Mai.a.huiettV. THOMA G. TCRNIR. Rhod ."uad. OIDION WELLES, tSiS.uIu" DENNING DULRfliV. TlSl.. NDiVii5?rP.H.SSJ,"2'L'"..la. H. raalaeairaa I. K. U'AGNIlH, SlMVUnJ. THOMAS 8PU0NKR, Ohio. H. S. LANK, iQtiiko. SAMUEL C CA3CY. Xtotii' K. PXCK. Illfnola. ' HERBERT M. Hn" AUSTIN BL -i- w -iR. Miclilfin. -vriUHA WUeoDiln. t . ii. WASHBURN. ItliriDCi. COBNKLIDSLOLK Ca I Morula. WILUAM A. PHILLIPS, KftHl. O. It. IRISH, Ncljrttkk. . JOSKFH GERHARDT, Dlt. tolutubl. WILD-UAT CUIIKKNCY. Tic ten Wcttcrn Sutet hare a wlld-ct clr dilation repruentlng one linndr d million, of money, the Uinca of fifteen hundred different link i. and each bank putting forth Mill of at least seven denominations. The Wtstern peo ple enjoy thus ten thousand five hundred varieties of paper currency. The number of counterfeits upon these bills Is almost count less, and immense losses accruelo consequence. In business iraniactlon beyond the cojnty where the bank Is located the Wateru man must suffer from a shave of a quarter to three quarters per cent., and for Eastern exchange they are bled enormously. Now, If the wild-cat currency nere expelled from the West, It would be replaced with greenbacks, thus e1t!o to the Government a free loan of one hundred millions, while the people In that section would save eight and a half millions In diminished Got eminent taxes, It is estimated, and Un millions which now goes Into the pockets of the currency-makers aud venders, making a clear gain per annum of eighteen millions five hundred thousand dollars. Counterfeiting would also be practi cally abolished, and all monetary operations work much more smoothly than they ha, a ever done before in the history of the West. Will not the Wee Urn people hunt the destructive wild-cat out of their territory, and receive tho tractable and reliable greenback Instead? Oo'd on th llainpve;. 'the People's Telegraph line Informs as that gold opened In New York at ISO., at 10 o'clock It was IHl; and at 10.30 a. m. It stood at 1801 P. 8. At 12 o'clock gold was going at 190. Iu ale antl Mirth Combined, Grover presents this (Thursday) evening the lively and sparkling opera of the "Merry Wives of Windsor," which we advise all lovers of real fun and pure music to notice Is for this night only, most positively. From a glance at the Libretto we are confident In assuring all that a rich musical and dramatic festival will he given them In NIcoIIa's comic fantastical npera of the Merry Wives of Windsor to-night Habclmann, Johannsen, GraffoFredericl t'aniisa, Btelnecke all the charming and accomplished artistesare in the different roles Hrcollect this Is tho only time of the "Merry WWw," and get your seats Immediately, Madame Johannsen, In compliance with the iii-rjy requests uWen In for the same, will per- perform to-morrow (Friday) evening, her best toleof "Fldclio," aided by the best talent of this unequalled troupe. All cost and trouble have been cheerfully encountered by Mr. Gro ver to oblige his tnaoj patrons In furnishing tbese two last nlguts (Friday and Baturday) for Opera PKIUOMAL, LiEiTiNAHT Colosil IUlfini, bit tcDaered hlsmlfsatlon to the War Departrntn, ta conis- iuft of in bealtn. lis la las famous Mllai I'HkUlT." and tint al tha most taltatt f Ut men In the eoUDtry. Unfortunately a dlieaae of un v iitvi icnairea elm ajmosi buna. GniaiL Max We Bin has joined General Meal's command, aMwlll be an lined to Harper's rrn. Msi JomTHiw KiTTRiDoadltd at his residence In Consord, K. H , on Frtdty laat, at tha ajje of shlra, and a plonatr ta th ttupf raoc mavtsaeoL Mil. DouoLifl, widow of the Ute Senator .ei.orii which have been folnf lbs rounds of the uitii that sha Is employed aa clerk la one of tha btpn-timou-a ststsmtot which has no truth nil iguntiaiiQii From COLUMBUS ATTACKED.1 No Quarter to bo Given Col ored Soldiers, EXODUS OF Um WW rillMRX. Tho Commander of tho Post Hofusos to Surrondor. ALL QUIET AT PADUCAH, Cairo, April IS. Tha rebel General Bnford lent a Hag of truce at aercn o'clock thli morn Ing, demanding tha urrendcrof Fort Halleck, uoiamnui, iy. The while aoldlera are to be treated at prlaoneri of war, but no protection Ii promlied colore troopi found In armt. Flra houri are glren for the rcmoyal of women and children. Tha iteamer Crawford arrlred here at 1 p. m. crowded with the latter. Aa the wai leay. Ing Columbui two iteamcri arrlred from be low with three thomand vcterana en route homo on furlough, alio a battery, which were landed, and which would doubtlen materially chango the calculation! of tho rcbi.il. The iteamer Ullre Branch, froia New Or- leana on the Olh, arrlred thli afternoon and report that fighting had been going on at Fort Pillow all day jealcrday, nrtjo tho time he paned at 3 p. m., when there Vai a'rcna- tlon of hoctllltlea. Negotiation! were pending and flag of truce waa rlilble. After panlng the fighting wai rcinmed, and the Federal flag was teen to come down i bnt It waa bellercd that the Hag had been aliot away, aa there ieerael to be efforti made to talte It gain. LATIR. General Uuford'a demand wai for an uncon ditional inrrender of Fort Pillow) and It la atated, If the fort inrrcndered, the negroei would be returned to their maitera, Imt lr forced to taVa the place, no quarter wonlil be ihown them. Co). Lawrence, S4th New Jeney, command ing the poet, replied that hit CloTernment placed him there to defind the fort, and that urrender waa out of tha qneitlon. Faducah adrlcee to noon report matter more quiet and the rrobabllitlci of au atlacl greatly leiiened. Gen. Brayman baa acnt adequate reinforce- menu to both Columbm and Padncab, and no fear are entertained by the military for the lafety of thla place. Panengeri from below reoort that Porrt recently crowed Coldwaler rlrer. near JaeL. on, going aonlh, with three thomand horiei ana nineteen hundred wairona. Thli It .inni,i. leai an exaggeration. Obituary. Tha telfctaph last etsnlnr Urtul .. .t,-L..i the numerous friend of Mr. A. A. LorT. lato Cnruinain4.. . ... ... . ' " V by the anaouAcement that ha L' . . . pired at hli Oc U New v , a ur-"kr' exI Pop'rlWdaa.'- -k tTfA a sfi0k( thanabrifijA u dassrves iobiII-. m tlTtlv -'iouncement. Althouj: t0mpara - j i man, hatinj been 'tJX hli thirty xU. ytar when he waa eiUed wy, he Uai nilad some of the not Impoitsnt and "tpoLilblr ntu- aUonelnthe etsirsph builotsi, 0 WMcU.toi.. a brief InttrmUsion the Uit 'aui teen yeirs of hit Ufa was ievoted. Commencing! an operator on theold New York and Boston House Printing Teles;rphllne,he reie rapidly to tha position of lupcrlntendent of that line, which he teuincu tJuruir, Its various thaot-ci of ownership until the death of the lute Ji. EJjv the general si perlotendent of the old American Telegraph Companr. whom hs succeeded In that po.lt.on, which he retained until the formation of the fnsoUiiation known tl.e picscct .Vmcrhrtn TrlKraih Company. Ht.w ihen appoint!, buperinterileut ol the Ihlnf 4i.tr let o( the coosofidated lium uo f 4 UrgHnd ut?at Imjxortant. Tbi vtalljoa be De signed In the spring of ly, aud wai not again protmlfitly engaged U ihebutincu until about a year , when tk construction of the Peonle'i Line Vns ounmeneed. and ha wi aDnointj it. upfti-tenteta-whitihentrrjSrUe 1 baa moat auo tt iffly lnangurated, and It adds totheirUfnf irrisi of t V . I he It at ais u nas ana Atmotain tnat he w not .Tx rkv; ...ir.kr.' :,'.:: ...:;:' T , ..... .... 9.. . l(tJG Mr. tovtttw.Ll b- remet ftred aa dliahatftnr for m fe than a year the deieate and leipoailtle duties pf Coverom nt censer of the telagraph L. thlt f, when aueh aa official waa coDsldered neceaary y tbe Secretary if Warv and although bia poiltlen waa one vt great dltnult, yet he ao eo deated it aa to retain the peraosal frlendahln a d vateeDievcnof thnae to jvhoni, hli cQl:lalau- tioa waa neeeaaatuy anauuuenii r tat lout Mr Loett waa a man of n ktnjl), fr ink and genial dlapoaltion, and no td could te mt re widely aavd kucerely mourned. He tail the rare faculty oX lmpreaalng upon thoae with whom be waa brought In contact, aa it were, Miuwq fcinl-l-Wy aatl hladUneaa ol heart. Of him it may be truly aald ' None knew Mm l.ut to love Llni) Niyoe named him but to praise " He lea. ei one son, about ton yra't old, who la with his frlenda at Devrrl, Maia..chualU, cf which place Mr. Lorett was a nittl. e ml reiijeat Atamectirg of the managcra,' ojxratora, and clerka of tbe People's Telegraih Lliie,aonened in tha as aral office a of the line and eoramunl eating by telegraph, held April 14, 1&6, Mr. M V. B. Finch, manager of the ew York omee, waa made chairman, and Mr. J a., felden, mangrr of the Providence ofi.ee, secretary. The following preamble and reioJutlooa effertd by Mr. C. B Noyea, manager of tie Waahl gtou i fllce, were unanlmoualy agreed to; Whereaa. our penonal frlenland oSlcislaupe rlor, A. Abbott Lovett, Ute Superintendent of the People's Teletraph Line, under uhoaa active au- Grvlaioa and direction the line waa built and put operation, baa been called from ua sud lenly and while engaged in thedlacbargeof hla dutlca,t.eic fore, Reiotved. Tht, In this dispensation of Pj-oyI-dense, while recognising the hand of Him irho doeth all thlnaa well, and bow tog In humble hub mlailon to His will, ho feel that we hate loat a kind and considerate personal frUnd and com panion, with whom our personal aa well aa official relations have ever been mutually pleasant and profitable Rnoltfd, That whllo mourntna hla loss, aa frltnda we feel that tha telegrapbta profcsalon Is deprived of an able and devoted member, who, In alf Its diTlalons. aa operator, manager and auper Intendent, haa diaeharged with algnal ability his dutlea, aad wboie promise of future aucceaa and uaafulneaa, thua suddenly tut off, U to the profes- ion an irrvuarauis ,Q9, icapectfully tender to hla lav 1 frlenda the aaeuranee of our mediate relatirea and frlenda the aaeuranee of our heartfelt armDathr Inlhla a 01 let Ion. which hu thus suddenly and unexpectedly coma upon them, and trust that the aaiuranoe of the rateem and afleatloa of ua with whom he waa ao Intimately aaaeclateJ may mitigate to some extent the blow which has fallen upon them. JUtotv, That eonlea of theae resolutions be en grossed and oOletally communicated to bis father and orphan son. A TOtmo van who wss carried fifteen or twenty times around a shaft In Taylor's soap stone works at PerklnsvlUe, Vt., the other day, had every article of his clothing torn from him, but escaped without a scratch upon his person. A KNoxvnui rwy correspondent writes " One cry comes up from all tha camps Stud r uj igttable$! G ribs, thsIMaldxs Mubdibii. It Is uvea i,aa ureen, ineataiaen roainaaanir, nuu muraertd young Converse, the bank teller, ana who Is now confined In the .last Cambridge Jail, will plead guilty when arraigned on the .... .- .. 11.... -. .i.i r n,a -.- tr.kA.. 1 .1.1. . .- .1.1.1. .. "wi whbiwiuwwiwwwivw ra! Miration from the evernt I to of the rjnnlsti. mentthf court must award blm. Exciting News Kentucky, GRAPJT. ORLKANf. i UoVern.r Vi.i.vi n........ ...u. '."'- oPti.,.. i" rJ w York, April 13.-Tho tteamcr Creole, Mwi U taoitlj tntlclpatod, t1 Cairo. Admlrtl Farrairnt u In Ilia cllr. n-5 nV2i,tatalt,ilt ,he ''. I Mexico, under Cortlntt, had defeat! Mdanrri at Mon! terey, Mexico. rrcnenwar reaaela were) taking eonndlnn -vuivuM w ius itiu uranue. Corllnat bu rclnrnrdlo Matamnrm .' .. Treated a dctcrmlnaUon to defend It to the ltit eitrcmltj. A iorvhV, bcf11 Mnt K Bacdad, at the jn.i Orande, to oppoae tho French a. " u U'"T0 worES, icu luouiina oaica of cotton had been fer. rledorer the rlrer at Kagla Pan within a iiuiuu, iuu i. ocing nanica oown to Juumorai for ihlpmcnt, At New Orlcan cotton hu adrnced 3 cent: middling acarco at 71 cent. Sugara and at lama higher. Important rnn Tenneaaea. NaiaTTLU, April 11 It Ii certain at laat lhat Eait Tonneaieo hu been abandoned by the rebol trpopi, and that they hare dcatroyed all the bridge in their hiity cracuatlon. Beren of Ungitrcet'i Oencrali hare been court" martlalcd In comcqncnce of the failure of the campaign In Eait Tenneine. Johmtov army U receiving hcayy reinforcement. Parti of Beanregard'a army and raw troopr. haro ar rlred at Dalton, Georgia. Blihop Volk'a army la oi tho way to Dalton. Johnaton'a cavalry ill." Tllllbnl,cofhUarm7'"t Tunnel Tha War on the llaalaalipl. (.Aino, April It. The iteamer City of Alton bring! Memphli date! to the 11th. Rebel cay. f.lry '.'. ,,,nrin country In tha vicinity of Duval l BlnTf. The eteamar Lloyd waa fired Into on the White rlver.and thanifXt.n.,.it ro"t' force are mcnacln both Columbui uu . wiiiii, a. portion or nil rorce Ii advanc ing on the latter place, and passed Lovcttivlllo at noon to-day, and It ii expected they will make the attack to-nlrht. nn, ni,.vt. ., nA lumbuiwere driven In to-day. Bealdea rein- imiciucii ecot irom ncre nve gnnboata are ready to receive the rebeli. From Karapa. Pobtland, April 13. The iteamer Peruvian arrived to-day from Liverpool. Danlih affair! are unchanged. It li anerted that negotla llona between tho Archduko Maximilian and tho Emperor of Anuria terminated favorably. It ! rumored that tho plrato Georgia had burnt the ihlp William Crampton, of New York, In Jhe Bay of Blicay. Prom Fortran llouror. FottTain MoMtox. Arrll 13. Tho gunboat Iroqnoli. which ran Into the iuum., n,.i. I 10. iuo gunboat a iteamer Oeorgl-1 I. with fhM i.ui. ana lait nignt, ha arrlrcd, with the wheel- k...-.J, a .. '-". "" "umrl... r,.:"rw"u'"alurcoot,MUMrB ra"cnScr' , The Sllunesota. rmraDiLrnii, April 13,-We le . letter from Fortress 3fonroe tht -rn rrm a to blow up the steam frigat - tto &t-tempt attended by moro serious - Minnesota was was stated In yesterday'' consequences than The shaft allevof l - accounts of the affair. was crushed In s ae Minnesota propeller oi ner machlr as to prevent tbe working from their .cry. Several guns were lifted ports vltv positions and thrown against tho compK a great violence, crushing the latter .icly. From laonlalnna and Texas Cairo, April 12. The steamer Pauline, from New Orleans the 5th Instant, has arrlvedwilh Gen. McPhcrson and staff among her passen gerq. Boon after our troops left Alexandria, a large rebel force, under Dick Snyder, attacked our fortifications, but were vigorously opposed by the SSth Massachusetts, the 13th and 120th V V . I a. j a-.-. .. .. 'w via. rcKiiueuii. unuer KiOi, omiUl, sua the 123th New York volunteers. Oar trooDs fought bravely several hours.wlth conslderabla joes, inn rooci loss was aiso consiacraoie. No farther particular, have come to hand. It was reported that the steamer Luminary had been destroyed by fire on the Ked river. The steamer Polsr Star had taken 800 stran gers from New Orleans up the Red river. It is supposed to be exchanged at 8hreveport,whcre about that number of our men are hi rebel hauds. Ytqz. the Klo Grande we learn tha. the Union coTalry, nr thousand strong; had occupied Itaclc Pass after a silent resistance from the 1 rebels. Eagle Pass Is four hundred miles above Brownsville, and has been a great rebel high way for running cotton and other articles Into Mexico. It was determined that our troops should permanently occupy the place. Corpus Christl had been re-occupied by our forcei. who had captured debt hundred nrlf. oners. The old residents had nearly allien tho I plftCC previous to Its re-occupatlon. I Eight hundred California cavalry f,.,r.t, .rsA lnln,v lha ITnlnn f had arrived 'i ? j union force. Hefuirccs from rebel conscrlDtlon wereflot. lug Into our lines by hundreds dally. Immense quantities of cotton had been secured by our troops. The 1st Texas cavalry, 1,100 etron;, cre co-operatlog with our forces. Kaat Tenneesec Convention Cincinnati, April 13. A dispatch to the Gazette from Chattanooga on the 12th says; "The Greenville and Knoivllle Convention meets to-day. It Is not supposed here that the proposition for a separate State organization will pi c , all. Gov. Johnson addressed the clti reus and others jeeterdayla a speech more radical than ever. Military matters are quiet. The situation of the rebel army Is unchanged." hot 18MLLK, April 13. The JournaVt special dispatch from Knoxvlllc, dated yesterday. Bays: ' Tho Convention met to-day and elected Hon. T. A. U Nelson president, who declined tho homr, aud Col. F. A.Helsbelwssthenappolnt cd chairman. Tho entire session was consumed In the discussion of a reaolitlon to ernel nnv delegate who aided or abetted the rebellion since the meeting of the Convention In 1801. The resolution was laMed by a close vote. Au adjournment took pinto until to-morrow. Tbe Convention In not a packed one, and the indi cations are against a new Stnto being created.' Parnou Ilroinlor. Tho Rev. W. W. Patton, writing from Knox lllo to the Chicago Tritnue. April 1st, says. This morning I called on Pnrfon Hrownlow, He looked feeble, having bum seriously ill, but conversed with much animation and force. He handed me a copy of his paper, Issued this morning, requesting me to read aloud, to a frhni present, his punjrent reply to a Ute ar ticle in tho Richmond 11'AiV upon his supposed death. It was very keen, and he enjoyed our comments much. He goes strongly for tbe re election of Abraham Lincoln, ana has warm hopes that the rebellion will be crushed tlita year, auu tho South compelled to obey "Old Abe for the fonr years following, Valiadle PntriTS Lioraut in Wasuic ton. "At a meeting of the Buffalo Historical , Softly, Hon. Millard Fillmore In the chair, ' the President mentioned that Peter Force, at Washington, had a very lame and Important ' collodion of papers and documents relative to the history of public events and national af- aro lliblo at any times to be deitrovcd, and tho deatrnctlou of 'which ,ld te a public lo. wholly Irreparable. Ho thought It would be proper tor tho historical societies ot mo coun- try to unlto In a petition to Congress that this rollectlnn bo nnrrhaaed bv the Oovcrnment- if Mr. Force could be Induced to thus dispose of it." ' U hoops Moving So utu ward Two regi ments, tho 10th Connecticut, and 3d New 1 1 am j Wirt1, take their departure from this city to-d&yyor Washington. Large detachments of ret hilts aro also going forward. The steamcl-s James ti. Green and Daniel Webster have just sailed with men for tho army of the 1 Pnlnm.n V V I.. -,. T-.t '0,l 1 Potomac .V. Y. Evening Vwf, 28d. The monthly psy of the factories In Msn- , "v,i ' "iwuut w auuu. ti,vw vi , uuuuu auu a uau aouars a year, rrtivious 10 the var the sums paid were hardly tlvo-thlrds of this amount. The business of the town has limittled In ilr vnin ....,..,.... . "T . . .... ... iowiiuiu .uiifKB lias one UUIlUr&I OUil ill riV wo students BYjpLE Second Edition FOUR O'CLOCK. P. M. UEUTEKAHT CIKNKIIAI. oltANT." General Grait returned from Annapolla Uit evening. Wo nndentand he ipeaki In tbeT nighcet term or tha gallant old Ninth Corpi, ml eapaclally1 of It preiejit recruited con dition. General Grant teem particularly well pleaied with the fine condition of the Army of ue lotomac, and frequently cxpreaica great atUfactlon at the exceedingly cheerful iplrlti which loemi to animate the men. The General remain! In town to-night, and goca to the front to-morrow. aiXBNCB TnEAIUlf ADO GO TO 11UBI NKSf. The pcoplo are loilsg coDfldimco In thelegls latlve branch of the Government, hence the rlie In gold to-day from 179 to 1MI Why ihouldn't they Ion confld enco when inch a pectacla la preaentcd aa wo have wltncued for the lait few day I Trcai ion openly declared upon tho floor of the lion ae, and permitted to dligraco the public record C Tha'tralton, with tho asalitance of their co ppcrhead lympathlz en, delaying tho traniactl on of the public bad nets, postponing tho lm.vortint qneitlon of taxation the ncccuary organization of bu reau! In the Army and 1 Javy tho appropria tion bull, and other mcaaurei, vital to the per petuity and exlitenco of the nation i nnd thli, too, on the very tvo of Important military operation!. Nothing conld bo mora detrimental to the national credit at home o.' contribute more lirgelyto deitror confldenc.1 In andrcipcct for the Government abroad. We alneercly hopo the loyalliu of tho Ibuie will put a nap to tho further dliloynl Ucmoniti -ntlon of the enemlc! of tho country. " We h 'old bo brief when trallori brave tho flud." The Home of Representative!, the' gfeatcit deliberative body In tha civilized wort 'I, ihould not bo tnrned Into a " bear garden ," cipeclally by the enemlci of the Government- We do not lympathlzo with tho tender-footed gentlemen, who bcllcvo that Mr. Colfax wai . wror.g and that traltori have aiv ,im. i time! Uko theaa. The Conitltntl'. ,...i. r, -uln rlchti to the prcn, f , wo j, -lcU t0 , ceniorihlp ""l' ... ,.,.kr ii If trea 0n ahOWl Itt.irin ' ----j. -- . JioScnatoor Fomeof Rcpr entallvci I On the - ,Mn.... n-niLp. aorementa ? "". era of Imnortait military t CIO Ul IUJLlMi. M.....-.J -- ,u'Jih.r,re..nt.wabelIive It li don c as a co. ' jpcrntlvo movement with rebel! In ar mi In tho flcldj hence, fAaf it a nUdary nee tU'J Vt it thould tx vrommllv and eftctuallu crt a am, Treason ongkt not to bo allowed to breathe within our UnosT Wo aro becoming ioo jcunu and ylelday to tho assassins of tho Govern ment. THE NEW TAX IJi'-LI. Wo understand that tho CommJtteo of Ways and.Mcans have airrcod to tax m anufacturcd tobacco. 15 centsi whlskev. $1. cimmcnclng July 1, 18M, and 11.85 after January 1. 18C5 no tax upon stock on handj pctro.'cum, -w cents an addition of 10 cents. LOXGSTHIC1CT, The report that the rebel General Longstrcct Is In Richmond mav bo true, as there has been nothing to prevent him from reaching there lf he desired so to io. Ills arrival there win I neither alarm nor In terfere with General Grant's pUns. In the genet al scrimmage Grant would just as soon gobble Longstreet up tt-ifA Lcc as to leave him for anc ther day. A Vals Repot t Contradiction, The copperheads and other political reptiles adverse to tho Administration and the success ful conduct of tho war by our arms, aro circu lating an absurd story about a quarrel between the Secretary of War and Lieutenant General Grant, to the effect that these high officers arc disinclined to co-operate, with rcgara to me conduct of the spring campaign. We have tho best authority for stating that the report Is not only false, bnt that the best of relations and understanding exists between the S ecretary and the Lieutenant General, and that tho work of reorganization of tho armies, aud especially that of tho Army of the Potomac, Is going on eatlsfscborlly. Naval Chan gee. Lieutenant Commander John I!. Russell,, de tached from ordnance duty, .Washington, iAnd ordered to tho Clmmefone, Vice Llcntcna.it Commander A. K. Hughes, detached aud or dered Noith. Lieutenant Commander James Stlllwell, de tached from apoclal duty at New York, and ordered to the command of tho Unadillo, of tho South Atlantic Blockading Squadron, vico Commander George Bueor, detached and or dered North. Assistant Burgeon H. T. Burllugham de tached from the receiving ship at Now York, and ordered to the naval station at Cincinnati. Gunner Win. Cope ordered to tho Now fid oe vice gunner Tlma. Stewart detached an 'l ordered North. Sallmaker Madison Wheeler ordered to tbe naval station, Pen sa col a, Florida. I'KUHONAI. IlOV. W. P. DOIX. CommlSSloUO DP Tn.TInn 1 Aflalra, left tono thla morning no a niton l 10 nrw iui. Cleuknt B. Bauclav, Esq , thn 1 hllan throplstof rhlladWphla, la In thla city. Mits. L. M. Flourvoy. x. Ifo of the cashier of the Commercial Bank of Kentucky, nt Padiuih died of fright, caused by the attack on that place. Mn, Israxl A. Boinxx, of tho firm of Boy den tt Co, wine merchant!, died lery suddenl. TueaJay morning at the City Hotel, lioston, where he Ivoarded, CONGltESSIONA L. Ill HTY-KIQIITII GONtltlUHK First Seaalou. SENATE. Tuursdat, April 14, IS04. Numerous petltlona wr-r niJSSli , them several lor the abolishment of slavery by different Eaiteru and Western railroad compa. g 5JJjf. I'l-l ttm oxten.lon' of I tho Goodyear paUnt. iriwcnica a similar romou- ! "trance from tho Baltimore and Ohio Uailroiil I Company. in7i,;.JSlSi. ttCT" WlHn Rddltlon 10 tne several acts concerning commercial In- tercourse between the loyal and dlsloval States and to prevent frauds, Ac. lteferrod to tho Committee on Commerce. Mr. Harding, from the Committee on Public Lands, reported as a substltuto for several bills heretofore offered on tho same subject, a bill to grant lands to the Btate of Kansas for the con struction of railroad ond telegraph linos. Mr. Wade called up tho bill to enable tho people of the Territory of Nebraska to form a constitution and State government, preparatory to admission Into the Union, and It wis cou- ..-.. ,-... 1 iwenw auu a-,-gu, I Mr. Anthony reported, from tho Coinmllteo on Printing, In favor of printing five thousand Mlri Mnlunf thp nrmn nriVoiiAMii... .. I tha ftandnct of thft Wr n,.Kin vu.u. - 1 ".,:,"";":'" "".v'u""g ,0,,u " I'cutuuui auu iv waa paSBCQ. j The consideration of tbe Naval appioplatlou bill for the year ending Jane CO, 1605, was resumed. Tho amendment from tho Naval Committee. making an appropriation, of f 15,000 for a cemetery for tho navy nndjmar.no corps near Philadelphia, was adopted, ' The amendment of Mr. Grime, providing that the Naval Academy shall he returnod and established at the Academy grounds In Annap olis on or be for o tho academic year, In Sep. tcmbcr, 18C5, which had been adopted in Com mittee or we wioie, came up ror a separate vote. Mr. Atithonv moved as a substltulo for tho amendment that tho Secretary of tho Navy ftp point a board of fi , o naval officers to oxamlno and report upon tho most mltablc place for tho navai acaucmy. After considerable debate tho substitute was relccfcd, and the amendment of Mr. Grlnics adopted yeas SO, nays 10. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES. Mr. Wilson, of Iowa, asked but failed to ob tain lcavo to offer a resolution providing for nlzht sessions. Tho Houso proceeded to tho consideration of mo resolution to cxpci Air. iong. Mr. Rogers, of New Jersey, opposed the res olution contending, on constitutional grounds and by the common law of Kngland, which has como down to ns, that a man has a light to declare his sentiments here. In order to moro Intelligent legislation for ourselves and pos terity. If tho day should ever come when It would bo necessary for him to dedaro such sentiments as thoso of tho gentleman from Ohio, ho would do so, though prison doors and the Bastilo wcro ready to receive him Mr, Colfax roso to movo tho previous ucs tlon. Mr. Pendleton appealed to him not to do so. as various gentlemen yet desired to ho heard. Mr. Colfax said, although his heart Inclined to tho accommodation, public duty compelled him to move tha Previous nucstlon. Twenty- six speeches had bocn made, equally divided on both sides, and he would remind gentlemen that Joshua R. Glddlngs, In 1843, was expelled unacr mo operation oi mo previous question. Tho Houso proceeded to dispose of the point of order raised by Mr. Eldridgo on Tuesday, that Mr. Broom all's substltuto for Mr. Colfax's resolution, proposing to ceusuro Mr. Long by declaring him an unworthy member, v, as not in oracr. Tho Breaker vro tern, f Mr. Rollins, of ISew Hampshire.) declared It to ho In order. An appca. u as iah.cn irom tuo uecisiou oi . 'I . . . .. ...... tuacnair, which was susiaincu yeas iv, naja CJ. Mr. Colfax tho judgment of tho Houso be- lnr thus declared accented Mr. Broo mall's eubotltuto for censure, In place of his own to expci iMt, Long, as u was eviueni a Buiiicicni vote couia not uo ooiaincu to cxpei Mr. iouir. lie demanded tho previous question, which was seconded ayes TO, noes CI. mo question was men siaica suau me main question no now put i v, iicreupon,'1 Mr. Cox called for the yeas and nays, which were ordered, and being taken resulted yeas, oi nays, i. So tho main Question was ordered to bo put. Mr. Colfax then made a speech In defence of his proposition. Wo still live, bo said, anil. with our gallant soldiers In tho field, we wlU Uvo as a country as long aa time shall last. lie gavo his reasons for offering tho resolution. ana eloquently contiuaca nmii ma expiration or nis nour. BY TELEGRAPH. Later from Kuroue Arrival of tbe Atlit HALinx. Anrll 11. The steamship Asia. from Liverpool on the 2d and Qnccnstown on tho 3d Inst., has arrived. ronticai nens is unimportant. Tho report of tho destruction of tho ship William Crampton is unconfirmed. Tho Increase of bullion In tho Bank of Eng land Is reported to bo 183,000, instead of 2S5,000. Hopes are entertained of floating tho steam ship City of New York, v hlch struck on a rock offQueenstown. Live it tool, April 2. Cotton oulct and un changed, BreadstuQs Inactive aud drooping. Provisions uuu auu icnaing uownwara. rro duce quiet and steady. London. April 2, ivtulng. Consols 01Bf"i 01J fr money. American securities closlog u au Politics unimportant. A telegram announcing the arrival of Gari baldi at Southampton is mo men tar! ally ex pected. Qi'EKmowi. April J Evening. There Is no chancre in tho position of the City ot Now York sho still lies firmly embedded on Uaunt's rock. Preliminaries on a large scale ate being made, and strong hopes are entertained of her being raised. The Brazilian Government has accepted tho mediation of Portucat iu her depute with England. A IlualOH Hhlp Koiiu.!eretl Only T)irc Sitr-ilors. Boston. April 14. Iho shli Elvira, from Calcutta for Boston, foundered In the Bay of lieucal on tuo -uui oi January, win oi n crew of twenty-nlno only three sunlvcd. They remained In tbov.reck till the 27th. Tho captain nod first mate went down In tho ship; the remainder took refuge In tho ship's house, which bceamo detached from tho vessel. Aditltluunl from Nev OrUaiiertrKrocs to be UuUff for Munler. Ninv Yohk, Arrll 14. By the lalo nrrlvol from New Orleans wo learn lint lh3 prize schooner Mary C. Benton hod arrived from off Galveston, coven negroes nao ucen ineu iot tho murder of Mr. Neil's family noar Port Hudson In January, and throe of them sen tenced to be hanged. Secretary Cliaae In .New ork ArrUnlof , the Frlgnte Ue Ie Italia. New Youk, Arrll 14 Secretary Clmso ar rived last night. Tho frigato Ko do Itali has arrived from Gibraltar In fourteen ilajb and tweuty hours rnnnlng lime Tho ship ul engine nro in perfect order. J." am Afcptnv nil. t Nlw Yh .k. Arrll 14. Tint aloaiuer Arlo i.... orilvul irom AnpitiwaJl lib hfurnla Ialll,i March 'i&L J'roiu Molio. April U. Tb'i7A. V. ii, V..n- ll'ni lie "." Jli.lU.lt II. IE HI ' .1 I 1.. T f. , ill-'l llltli. jiaana. ICBI1 HUVICCS Mb ,, ,... .1 , .,. lMtl.ri ,1 Un run r-n haa 1. . ""- - '..r..""J lt, Geo. lVtonl h. :r-n- -- H iirr ril inr t;iiiiiuauua 'I he rettfirted rantu eotuiivlauj. it) Lrat,rJi Is absurd. A French filgstu bns troops for tho UUi Grande. Iffl Ytri Vm? with LOCAL AFFa U1S. 1 Tub 1 ibii. Mt unci. Cai n s j u tut to 1 rrsa on jeat.nK, Hit 1 III niui whb comiacui. il l)i In , J o t MtliiiiiMlllau li'llio ull.ir. In v 1. jap r tt.ll MO- I Hue SetJl, CAtl.cr nr Ho-nuni, imd tolK cHl. rruw 11 are umong the ultnorurn w no iin.c beni 1 en a mined Pr Jvnji uM n it tell 1M1 thUln- atruntent tho fmelurei were infidr, tmt tlmti hi .that It ,,ai ik ImuI, bliuil Imtrument Ottlcer Kelly wrrir,oiithninrrnli)goi tlic ifithof Fvbrntjj, , L1'0? ""Vr"!! :UP,,ftn "Wr..lhw,nicrHii. iv t lieu a iioum, tin nuru airc-cT, i(ii upon rxain- He saw 'tAuumi -botii tin' htotn.v and blade of w"!'ni,t, ' ' ,l '!',"! "' ''' "'' 'V !',? 'I1" f1""' ' Z'.Wv .T'lS.'. h", i'fi' ?,"., !?,". thoi oation. in t l.j.'iciu i.t tt..' u w , pnoiofbiouu i'ra mft e J Hlnml wai amf 1 Vliii'i itrvuipta to Waali Uji lit 11 hu (J I ih . t loin uJ jj on n bUlitf lr t t ii i 1 r'eel.l.die.r. . t u,. thuil 1 lwatath ..houi". About a week alter, wki-a iho luiu.tuienaaeij. liter it v. in, a ui on tiu t)i he saw a colltu-icrrw in the back rouni, hkiil e left thr. On Lliluc uiodi-Cjtia uttl.ho ml It tmt he knew lucll tin yenrai tcnuu Ma lift. cer aii.i.0 aha lived In tho 11 UMuruol lie ucnt to ti t houre about 8 oMotut tt'3 kLuI, nnd tiu niu was theret 'iueil wa not Ui.d 1 i.i.y nt t ,e tin the axe wasin the bBuk io in, In. h tuiuc vn u tha front room oh the Lure 1 1. Caroline Scwell atutcl tli t a 1. iuiuus it c!l on nlao his children, thit the hwt, ab no fort) f.ir-i from the home In wIiIlU be intd, nnd that on tho dav after the death the chllJieii were in her houso The children came In themsol.ia, tmdsheJ'd not 1 a their ftther IIil tine at which IhiTr.tne waa 0 in the raornluit, and thev loft at 9 o'clock at ulsht He catue far tLem at li. d m and aakeil the little toy uhcie lai muth.rwaH and the bo aald tnat no an not know wnero sno m .'.,:. bi, .,. dieii I th The wiincra bii that snot nous 111 tiu was locked up He replw He replied, "n wee all opiu.anJ ahewaiiron ..,.. .,.. .i:...,ti. i,.i, fn Fu. ,1 loteival al e heard the rumbling m a uaguu upti,e ft!I!yVa-!rwd M F4t Pn When he returned l1 ! ?tle,?Kf l00 Ihe ehlldreo, and this ss the Uat that ahs saw ef htm. IV " Vpoa belaireoa.Ied, aheasld thatihfe nevev aaw him atrllceherraiw bafraiknti i !.. ir. her death, and she was f ery bsdly brulaed up, and was eoeflned to her bad for two weeksi her absul dera seemed to re itlaloeatedi' her face appeared to beaorsiched. She bad seen ler rudlaa the rard. pursued by htm, and true very frenunwyv la John A omcrs,an undertaker, atated that be knew Tnrll, and that Tuell went to riant'a about JoMtVelnek, next day went to Glenwood Ceme teryi Tuell aald, he. wanted a eoranforthe lady who died) wltaais than asked If ha ihould go for the meaiurei Tuell replied that she was a low womaoi a coftln waa then ahowntehtm nod he atated that he thought that waa about the alts, and after paying for it satd lhat he would call fr It at o'clock I ha said that aha died of -arnalU pox, and the man with Mm said the same) he waa to bury her at Glenwood nn tbe next morn log, about o or 7 oVlooki did not tell her name. John Byou. stated that be knew Tuell, and alto hlawlfci Tuell often beat her, and after his wife was killed, Tuell, upon meeting him, said that hla wife waa dead, and that aba fell down the atepa; he atated that aha waa cot much cut- that she died not from the fall but ratter from excessive drinking. He wanted witness to go to Glenwood cemetery and have the grave dug, and wished her to be bu rled as quietly as poaaiblst hs reported that she diedof amallpox, aadbegave her name asJane Farrell. He then wanted to knowjvlurehi could get a coma, aed at whit price. Upon atattng that a plain one would eoit eight dollars, he replied that he did not wlah to go ao high aa that a plala plae enflin would do. Us atated that ha burled her In Glenwood, because the p test. Father McCaxty, said it waa ngalnat the rules of the Catholic church for any one dying of liquor to be hurled In a Cath olic burial ground. Itwastt o'clock in 1 he day when ha met Tuell. . rolteemen Helsslcr, EcklofT, and Crown, of the Seventh precinct, were also examined, and toatl fled to tho a. mo statements which were made by Oiilccr Ke 11) i Dkittis or Solpibhs. Tho following deaths of soIJlcia have been reported at the office of Capt. J, M Mooie alnee our last aooounti James Farrel, 5th U. 8. eav.i Thtodon 8.Sllek,Wth N.Y.Kog) John Tripp, 6th N. Y. eav.i Duane BushnellsSN. a H art t Heubeu floot, d N. Y. car., Jacob Hen son, IGth Pa cnr-i Eugene W. Palham, 24 N. Y art t Frederick Kennedy, scott'a ecoj Robert Long, 3d l'a.cav. George Wyatt, 1st Ne. cav. ylvee ter rarkrr, 4th ra, eav.i George MoEthone, 14. M. V t John D. Bates, 0th I. iX Washington D. Xddy, 143th r-t Montravllle Maxneld.Seott'stoot Jacob Doore, 3d Ta, csr.t Daqlcl H. Ollphant. 97th N. Y l A.M. Hhldlng,3d Me. bat.i George K. RtU. 15th N J.t John 1'. Newklnp, wtft X. J.i Robt. T. Xnt. scotOaOCO) Wm. Lnt;Ichardt,4th N. J. bat Wm You 11c, let N Y. art 1 Geo. P. Fell, 4th N. J. bat.( Michael Burke, 4th N. J. batt.t George Carman, Sltrt N. Y.ca.) Jehtle Avery, 109th N. Y.vola.) Anurctr jvin-c, om 111. oit.i i. w. cnoore, atui Masa 1 Chat. Hcald, 1st Me. eav.i Wm. H. Dick, Sd Vtx art.i chas H Crowell, 1st D.Ccav.t Bent, Hamilton, 1st D. C. cav. Hiram Burnett, llth Pa. ei 1 warren cat-nenrer. loin n. x. ear.i Lawia 11. Hartzell, etli N. V, eav Orlaon Shufelt.7eth M, Y 1 Joseph Talbot, Wd N. X I P trick McDermett, D. C. enlisted mem Chaa Robert ion. lit V. R. C 1 Fdward Smith, isth N. Y. eav. These make 103 deatha reported thua far thla month, VI the above 7 died irom measlea, 13 from iraall-nox. and 13 from pneumonia, dlseaaca whteh are and have been very prevalent during this sea- ion 01 iu jr r Fiatisq AnorxD. Tho following Persons. mostlv decetters, have been arrested by Captain Schcatx'a deUcllvcs: William C. Walter, auppoaed bounty jumper) George M. West, lS2d New tork volunteers, company K William Reeae, aupposed bounty Jumper) William Danery, eth United states Infantry, company l George Bean 4th Hew Jersey (' I , of. 4ailUU lUl CQUBJlVaUir CttTMirrt company ill Emil Hermann, a supposed deserteri Andrew J. Brlggi,ith Masaachuietta volunteers John F. Re noble, 6th or 7th Massachuaetta volun teers John Loot, a supposed bounty Jumper) John Cenlynml John Hunter, 13th rew orkeavalryi cn-npnoy i luooai nicacy, woo nil uraerreu three times. 33d New lork battervt Daniel Lane. 321 Maaaachutetts olunteera. cemiianv Ci Charlca' liverport and John Davenport, bounty Jumpers Thomaa McUuie, 6th Pennaylvanla, company A) juiiji i.uiiisn-.o, lit lu.ijiwiuiiuiuu) COMMlTTBDTOTUUCxsTBaVLGL'inDnOPSg. The foil owl c commltmenta to tha Central Guard- home were made yesterday and laat night t John T. Miller, Signal Cor pa, ehargea preferred) HUity Riley, auppoted deaertert Joha Allen and Mtntin Deonla, 9'h N Y. art., altered paaaeei H. W. Ham llton, lit MiLbr, John CuirUn, fith N. Y.art., Aur. Klrln. V. R. C. and Thomaa Stanford. eltl tea. d unlit Wright Phelpe. th V. R. C. M. Pen- urgraiT, ji, .cui-r, sou woua jjowry, khi n. i. 4, Co.emao. lit D. C. cav Robert Stewart. 1st Conn. art., Jamea Fltislmmont, 3d Conn, art , J. G. Gan nett, 30th U. C . Wm. Flack and Chae. Walte, 19th V. Ji t , O. Berry and Joha Huldertiort, eth T. R C J f Smith, J. Wager and T. Xlpp, 19th R.C., Wm. H.Mannlnrand W. K. Rams, lith N Y,D. B Byanandr. A. HUdreth, Signal Corpa, t P. DaUi.SJ penn , Wm.C. McCr.ery.athV. R t , Tame a Gleghorn, lit Md art., and T Spear, 1st v, v , wiinv'i '-tici. Post Ofticb Accommoditiovs, Tho Post- masttr of Waahlncton. Hon. BaTlen J. Itowan. li untlrtoglnhta excrflona topleaae and aceommo- uaie iie puoiio iienaa cneaieaarraogemente to lurciin ncditionai fimmiea 10 the nubile, hv hav log our city post office pnened for the delivery of ten iftcts and newspaper! frem kcifoait tixtohaif pjn mmo aocK every snnaay ereninc. inomini of thadAV alllclor In and snorted I efore thahnnr viit in en o'elocK every Sunday eventne. of tho day all Icing in and snorted I efore the hoar of opening the v. lndowa, It la believed that, la the limn .iimlMaiit aitl aalta. A' B.a,K.t -. ..- will bo aatlifactorlly met, f TI 0 rostmaitcr Is ajso having einitr-cted two Utile sub-oifloes rne on each aide of the princi pal column., Immediately in front of he main of fice, and eas of acccai to everybody. 'Iheia are for the emu entente of all who desire to have thslr lettcra registered, and one ot them wilt bs sppro- liriaivut.jkwuBiv) iu iie lavuvB, 1 1 1 ii A Passeho&u Pivbiiid Orr a Car. Wm T. ' Barnes, eonductcr of car Si, of the city pauenger care, waa arrested last evening, about 10 o'clock, by patrolman O'Oonnail, of tbe 7th precinct, upou thochnrieof pushing a paaaenger lroo Uie plat form by .truing htm, It la auppoaed, witn a buiei, ThepABiengerwasanold man, and fell downln the strerr. When approaehea ho waa in an insensible condition. The oonduetot .atatea that the wan was urunK, ana reiuaea to gciou iu car. -? occurrence took place on Fennaylvanta avenue, at the corner of Four-and-a-half street. The con ductor waa taken before Justice Glberson, where his father became hla tall la the mm of 9300 for his appearance at court. Clearances and Arrivals Fort of Oeorat (Jim, J). CAprU U, 1864. Clearances Schr. Swift, Duricas, St. dlaryatschr Nsojemoy, Gordon, do. achr. Btan, Bean, Boston j aehr. Enterprise, Coroe llui, St Mary'sisloop Greyhound, Wallace, Phila delphia, aehr. Orator, Beards, Salibury, achr Wm. A hills, llcu-lici, ew York; sloop Barley, Hunt, Smith's creek i achr. Arthur Adams, Annapolis achr. Karmer,Bedel, Maantholi schr. Rotler, Sh ep ic r, B.ltlmorei achr. Vaodiver, Crelghtoo, BaltlJ moret sloop Heal, Hugbce, Baltimore, Jamea Riley, Merldltb, Dcal'a Uland) schr. Emily Francis, crtiket. Annoncralxi aloon C. Larke. Cheseledze. St. Mar) 'at achr. Mary Wdlla, Frank, Baltimore schr. H. Ullcox, Nicholson, Phlladelphih. Arrhcd schr. Morrison, Graves, Baltimore BUT, Boisterous Females, Georclana Ennls, Mary Johnion, Octa la Brown, and Louisa Duolop, black prostitutes, were arrested last night by Oin cer Lynch, ot the Seventh preclact. upon the charge of dliorderly conduct. They were promenading the avenue, attracting attention by their bolster rilia rnndnrt. When oanDnedTlnihe atation houio they ii.sulte.1 sacral Udlsa who were panic g t rmuli Judiciary Square, by hallooing at thorn through tbe station-house windows, and callitg litem i'V opprourious epuneis. iney wcro casn nurd t by Justice Glberion. and seat to the wmMi 'for 30 days In default of payment, 'inn ( it ucu and State aPafrlofle-At a Hireling ol the Presbytery of the Potomac (O. S ) he Id a lew evenings since the following resolution oirered by the Bev. Dr. E.Tuitla was uaaoimously .iflopted l.etolccd unanimoutly, That our earnest and de vote attachment, heretofore exp relied, to the F 'l t M Union remaina not only unabted, but aug puntli g, and that our dally prayers a hall continue to ascend to the great Ruler of Nations for the I rei nt and future welfare of all who are engaged, Hluhr lo high placea or subordinate posltlona, 1) Itudw sea. In rescuing it from disintegration j I in 1 conituini ruiu 1 7 It. son in WiKDiIIovonisDcB. Thoalate iA jnadeby the Hon Mr. Patteraon, of New it), -ijublre, in tin House of Reprearntatl.ca. on I II 11 , liutnnt relating to the Illbernlasteam fire i th 7 inpvi& ihUolty, it Is but Justice to aay, e t'l v hoi.ei. huae. aod other apparatus aro tho c jgi. oontrlbuttou from the cjry of 1'MlaJ.l- 1 i..uitiH (, uie ;ioernia nre lo. no 1, wno arc rfiVJUSo ldpparatus. the ovrera , ( 1 ., C.u lil lLU&kl LlQU' It UKlI'Cll'i. i,i ",, ... 'd iciaoni kcrpcrs ol llijiiur .nd lollowtox tar tho B4lUmorc .1. .t, were stores on cvLb v tP' DoJan'sd-aieitUP., by I w"tdtstdayb ih MltIilcI Ui Jr ) iiic.r 7iww i.aw Pw ufH Ui iKiuor wwoi.ilw I'm hli. it Ulll. 'H,n. '1j.lllll",,ll, ...j ii.,.1,. LAROB ISAIEOK WH.BS.,Ywtt;Jy,-wIKt j 1 atvt. 11 pMo soil a 1WE Iot"' suinrio Uu .in l ionnt of Mr.R. !MeWB nimsHg ?. ". ' '!''i'1I'Lft'!,..r.V,V,,,,.:..te i.dPstricts ii'tjui r . t "!'UIM t e tine , n iderl'e w.r, .uld weie.tmtiteui. ie.ia mi lr.it., lour lota, !? XT! 2l ., - --- - . r - - , .Yi-t-5 ra fea 11111 . bulIU , 11 1 u t ...irt winci, 3.3 I1" " jiit, jj ,ia pv. w -;; ". r m, iii UiiTBit. John UuyuL'u, uu li 5rrurt-1? '.--.! .llanrJcrlV COOJllOt Anotiii ltJiau 01 i'a oliuau Spragui 1 chirge 01 , iiTvj"rj,vii a ina label H Was taken tflore Jiisr.ce tngii- sun, who line d Um ffisi An Old Omndm. Charles Weltrner. a Dldler, who shot Ms wife several yrara ago, and waa leuiencra vj inn vtrari 10 inipriaonraent in me all, was arrested lait night by patrolman Park- nurit, 01 iq cisqio ir-cBvt ir meoraeriy con duct, and was committed to tht Central Guard home, where he waa treated to a verr cold shower bath. Citt Miss ion art Won r. Key. Dr. Titstln. formerly and for sever si yen, Chaplain to the states Senate, haa hern nreachina trtvuu ettiV for aeveral months past la this elty t a com pany of Invalid soldiers, supplying them with religious reading during the week free of cost. Dr. Ttietin la at thla time Moderator ofthe Frnod GEOBQETOWM POLIGI NWfl. Tbfi followlnf? Cite a eama tin txfora tha twill InallMt at finrm town to-day 1 Medora Abbey, disorderly conduct, Lnoed $3.44f Geo. Thomaa, do, do.t Jas. Russell, v.i fut to worjtnouw j i-aintnne ueaneny, lewa persoB, fined S and aent to tha workhouaei Henry Herme, tobaeeonlat, for falling to take out allcense, tlnsdS33i DenJ. Derrenger, nuisance, fined SS 44, tnaa. 11. c-iniii a boy dliorderly conduct, flnet BlWDT II 0 US B DUO KB Up. Tim bawdr hoaiaof Bell Fsrguaon,on DaUeet.near Maine avenue. Which baa been a notr.rlr.tis nrt ten- ml. dters.wss yeaterday broken up by the police ofthe r resinn, anu urn wi requirea DyjUSUOo to give sscurlty for her appearance at court, after bclog flted $to for proatltutlon. Bsernnr an this uonxiNn. and rnn . bought at No. 438 Penosylranla avenue, near Four ami-a-nau cireer, naw ana Dfaumu. aiyieaorgoia plated Jewelry, for one detUrt alio, double plated lea spoona, at the Dollar Jewelry store, 49 Penn sylvania arenue, near Four-and-a-half street. 1 1 1 FauALa Liocon DKALana lie TnomiL. Mrs. Riley and Mrs. Lang, who keep places for the sale of atrong drink near the Carver Hoapltal, have nadJhelr places abolished and eloeed by order of the I'rovoit Marahal. aa theia eatabltihmenf hava become intolerable nulaaneea. Tl 1 PTT W 1W Pnfrtn ilaaAiA W Wotat Esq., editor of tha American Ff publican, ot Weat Chester, Pa , a clerk In the atatlonery room of the United itates Senate, died la this city on the llth teat., after a short Illness. SrLUNQ Liquor ok Sothjat. PhlllD Llchan. No. 469 flUth etreet, wai to-day fined, by Juatloe Ferrtiaon. aiSforaelllnr lleuor Funoava aecond offence. DI1CD, In Alexandria. Va.. on the llth In it ant. Mrs. A. M. Gaioo. wife ofthe Ute Joseph Grlnr. Jr.. In the 63d year other age. At New Have 0, Connecticut, on the Tin instant, He leu Mabia Gcaav, daughter of the late EI bridge Gerry. On the 9th of March, after a lingering and pain ful lllneee, Mrs. Jemima Wilsok, wife of Nr. William 9. Wilson, of Montgomery county, Md , la tha soth year other age. In Georgetown, D, C,on the Itth Instant, Sur, daughter of Isabella and the late Thomas I. Davis, aged 30 years. SPECIAL NOTICES. 3"BIaas Can veiitlon. Pursuant to a. resolution passed by the Republican Asioclallon of Washington, Keb.JSth and April Stb, IS61, all the qualified votere of the Dtstrletot Columbia 11 who desire the unconditional maintenance of tha UMeo, tbe supremacy of the Constitution and tha complete suppresalon of tha rebellion, with the cauae thereof, by vigorous war and alt apt and eraoleat means, are Invited to meet la meia con vention, to bo held under the auapleea of aald Aa aoclatlon, at the Union League Reading Rooms, on Ninth street, Waahlogton, between D and K atroeta, on FRID Y RVKNINO next, at half-pait 7 o'clock, for the purpoie of ehooilog delegatea to rrpreaeof the Diatrtoi In t he convention tube held at Baltimore on Tueeday, the 7th day or June, tset, to nominate candldatea for the ofDcea ot President and Vice President of tbe United Statea. J.J. COOMBS, Preaident. D. CnUMGAlKEn, Secretary. apll-td tj- People! TclfffraphNew First Claaa Lines, direct to NEW YORK, BOSTON, and all Important points. Waabiogton Offices I RKPUB- LP'AN BUILDING, Sii Ninth street, (west sldej and corner Fenni)lroU avenue and Sixth street, under National Hotel. CHARLES B. NOYES, febis-tf Manager Waahlngtoa District. E7"Dleeaaes of lb Nervous, Seminal, Urinary and Sexual Systems new and reliable, treatment In Reports of the HOWARD ASSOCIA TION Sent by mall In sealed letter envelope!, free of charge, AdJren, Dr.J. SKILLIN HOUGH TOV, Howard Aaaoclatlon, No. 9 South Ninth atrcet, Philadelphia, Pa. ra3fuiy fc3Ve liavelvariieJ not to be aetonlahcrl at anything. Years of experience and a corre spondence extending throughout all nationalities of tha halltaiU globe haye turned theoriea into faeta and established a basis from which we need not err, We are not surprised at such facts as the following although the persons who write them sre. We know tha persons and clrcumatancei, hence feel at liberty to ladotse their statements' " Niw BsDronn, Masa , Nov. 34, 18(3. Dr sis 1 I have been afflicted many years with arvrrepiri.tretlng cram pa In my limbs, cold feet, and bar da, and a general disordered system. Physl clxuaaod medlclnea failed to relieve me. White vlattlng some friends la New Horkwho were using Hi tatloa Bitters they prevailed upon me to try tVf-n. I commenced with a small wlae-glaiifull after dinner. Feeling better by degrrea, In a few d)sl waa aatentahod to find the coldness and amps had entirely left roe, and I could sleep the tight through, which I have not done for years. I Icel like another being. My appetite and strength have alao greatly mproycdy the use of the plan tation Bitter. jleapeetruUy, Judith Rcssci.. I owe much to you, for I verily believe the Plantation Blttera have aa,ed my llf. Rev. W. H. Waoooker, Madrid, N. Y." Rgrniaunv, Wla.aSept, 10 I6d " lhavetroen In the army I citilt-1 for fouiteen months apweblen and nearly doad At Alton, 111., they gave ma a bottle of Plantation Blttera. Three bottles reatorsd lay speech and cured jne. (', A. Pi-aI'th The following la from the Manager of the Unt-o Home School for the Children of Volunteers, If avemcver Mansio, Mr 11 Street, I New York, August 3.1&G1. . Da. Dbae. YiurwondciulPlaiiUtlou Bitters have been given to some ol our little children sul ferlngfram weaknesa and weak lunge with moil hsppyerFsct. One little girl In particular with palna In her head, Ion of appetite, and daMy wast ing consumption, on whom all medical skill bad been exhausted, haa been entirely reatsred- Wp commenced with but a teupoonful of Bitters a day. Her appetite a?- st.enjth rapidly luarMi ', and aha Is now well. Respectfully, Mas. O. M. Devoe. Thou wilt send ma two hottes more of thy Plantation Bitters. My wife haa be greatly benefitted by their uae. Jity uricnu, ah i-uti, iui.aucipuii, is. - I havebeen a great auifcif r from Djipepala, and had to abandon preaching, The Pfantatton Blttera hate cured mo. REV, J. 3. LATIIHOH, JlOChCller, ti, Y " I have ilven the Plantation Bit ters to hundreds ot our disabled aoldlera with the most astonishing eilect. u. vv, u, AjmniiWi, Sup't Soldiers' Home, Cincinnati, 0." Tha Plantation Bitteia have cured me of tha Liver Complaint, of which I was laid up prostrate, and bad to abandon my buil nesa. H. B. Kihoslkv, ueeianu, umo." " ihe Plantation Blttera ha,o cured me of a derangement of the Kidney a and Urinary Organs that has diatreised ma for years Tt fniia lllro a. ahiim C C. MoORE. No. 334 Broadway " he, Ac, aci -c, he The Plantation Blttera make the weak atrong, the languid brilliant, and are exhauated nature'a great restorer. They are oomposed of the oele tirated Callaaya Bark, Wlntcrgreen, Sassafras iLioti, llerbs, ae , all preserved In perfectly pute St. Croix Rum. S. T. 180 X. Persons of sedentary habits, troubled with weak ness, Usiltude, palpitation of the heart, Uok ol appetite, distress after eating, torpid liver, eoaitl ,jatlon,fcc tdcaerve to sutler if they will not try I beta. They are recommends 1 by the highest medical authorltlca, and are warranted to produce an in inedila beneficial ellcct They are exceedingly agreeable, perfectly pure, and harmleaa. Notice. Any person pretending to sell riant a tlun Bitters la bulk or by the gallon Is a swindler and impostor It Is put up only In our log cabin bottle. Beware of bottles refilled with Imitation deleterious stuff, for which several peraona are al ready la prison. Eee that every bottle has our United States stamp over tbe cork unmutilattJ, and our signature on steel-pUte side label. Sold by respectable dealers throughout the ha le ttable globe. P. H. DRAKK A. CO , few eolm 9W Broadway, N. V, A '