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JjALTIMOaK AND OHIO RAILROAD.
. . . WAtxioTO. March SJ, 1MI I
t,S,'l" Washington .d balti.
i25L'4 w?nOIOII AND TUB WEST.
Ke-now run a, follows, lilt
,,',1iT"'1ll''."c,i',8"'l,!r, no, r so, Mi
Mlla.ra,aadl4,4 SO, aad7.yp.m. '
FOB ILL WAT STATIONS.
Lear, dally, except Sunday, at S 20 a m.ead
X. 4o p. m.
for -WArtTATioNs south of annapoaib
et-am. dally, except SMaar. - i45 "4
from . "?:.? 1 ,f
....ous oa ounaay.
LH at ). 30 n. aad 14 lid 7. 30 Dm.
TOH WAY STATIONS,
LeeTeat730a. m.aad 111 p.m.
TOR ALL PARTS 0? TnB WEST.
Laaye dally, except Sunday, tl 7 30 a m. and
V 31 p la
On Sunday, it 7.10 p m. tuly. eoutctlnf
w?1.1!7 e'"S w!"1 ,r'1" hom Baltimore to
Wheeling, Parkereburr, Ao,
TTaahlngton Station T'eket (Jin at all hours la
l'.tT"" ,,-HHn,;.FennsytYnnla ataene,
iW"S "J '-nd-a-belf aad Sixth atrectc.
-erUuia,,at of "Throuxu Line. "
W. P. SMITH,
Uaatai of TraaiportaUoa.
L. 11. COLE,
Oaaaral Tkkat Agaat.
GEO. B. KOONTZ, Aitat,
OTICE TO S0UinEnNTRAVELER
THE OLD AMD DIKECT LINE ENTIBELT COM-
6TA01.10 ENTIBELT DISCONTINUED.
(0 HILL'S 8IIOBTEB ADD 3 HOURS QD1CKEB
TV AN BY ANT OTHER ROUTE.
On aad after IIONDAT, Bptnbar il. tha old
ad rarorlta Una from WASIIlNaTON,Tla FKED.
ERICKfcBUKU, to RICHMOND, will ba tun
TWICE DAILY, (Suadar al(hta axcapttd,) aa fol
Tha fast and eoramodlona staatnar KEYrORT.
Captata rraak Holllngabaad,and 0. VANDER.
BILT.Captatn A L Colmarj.wlll laaaa Ilia wharf,
foot of 8lxth trrat.WaihtBKton, twtoo dallr,(San.
. H.II..B V.'-C., B. , B, , BUM P 1-F y tU ,
arriving Kl AqnU Crock br 10 30 a, ra , nd 1134
p ta , na unc uj in uicatnoaa. jrraenck
varif, and 1'otoroie Knilroftd, bow cntlrvljr com
pletttd, M HiohDiood, HrrtTlntr tb hI 2.p hi,
nd fl20 ia . Mttordlii. antpl tliuifor tllniDtrli.
Htebtnood, and mttklna coaaectloat with th
Kieutaond tod ryieriDarff jia.ii roaa ror i'etar'
Imr? aad polaU ionthif I'tunbttr;.
Tti aWAiner lavlnft WH.blDftvn at 8 43 p a.,
arrWet In Kit hmoad at .1 M a, m . affordlnar am
Pletlin tvr brtmkft, aad conDrctloa iritb tbe
iu let to on a and uaoTUiu traina lor yanvlll. V ,
arti-bjTo Ealltiborr, Cbar.otto. RaUlgb,
Ooldtbototph, and Wilmington, M, C, aad
tChettor, 8 0.
On bUNPATB lent WiSIlINaTON at 7 a tn,
ly, anJitrlTttn Kiebmoadat 15 p ra
IK)f checktd tb rough to Richmond from
Jfcw Vorlt, fMladelpbla, UaHlmor and Wash
J'jgton, aud aeeoo.pai.lad bjr throagb baggaa
TbroQib tlcketifrom IT Tei-ktoRlehmoad 11700
" Pbllad'a " IS 60
" " " Baltlmort " 10 00
" WaiaalBgaOa " 6 fiO
" " Battlmora toFrtd'g,. eoo
" " " Waftblogtoa " 4 25
BKOOKD Otlll THtOPUR TICKET!
Ttvia Wathlogtoa to JllchiuoDd fdOO
" ' yradarlckibarg....... 800
Cau ba procured la Nm York at pfo IZi Broad
wrj", aad at Coortlaol tret ferrr. Ia ThlU
dolphla, at tbo dpot ol tha PWUialpbla, Wtl
Ditnrtou Hud Uattlmon Railroad Ct.iapaDjr,Droid
fan.il Vrlma Htrteta. Iu Unltlmora, at iheCAraia
fcntiya of the BUimor aad Ohio Railroad Com
jmr. Ia Wathtagtoa, at thaCotnpany'toftlce,
-at th cnruer or reuamvaala avaaua and Sixth
fltio( and oa board Ln Votomao stcainboati
Vaiieaj;flra learlug Jfw York at 7 and S1.n1 '
'3aad7 V m , I'blUdclpblaat 115 p. tn (DAY,)
and 1115 p.m (NIGHT,) aad Baltimore at 3 JO,
4 -U, and 6 p m , It 35 aad 4 30 a to , nrrlra Id
Wmhiugtoa at 0 20, fl 50, aad 7 45 p tn , aad S
and 6am, laaraplo tlina to inaka oaact.oDi
for KichmoDd and tha 80.1th,
Oinulbufai aad BagKaga Wagoa will It U
raadloaaa to couYtr pnnsngar aad baggtg) ba
twoea depots la KtcLiiuocd
I'Misngcra by thli Line paa by daylight Mount
Venwa, aad to ay have aa opportunity of T.nl.log
nral battlllelda Dear rrvderlcktbarg, by
-itoppiag at that point
liiKtftga will ba ehcked frArn JfewYork, Pfalt
adtlpbla, and Baltluoro to Waahlngtoo.wLfira It
"rll ba met by tbe baggage ra&stera of thin line,
Urtukrit-t and aappr oa board of ateamera
WaahlDBton. I) 0.
W. D QILKI.K80N, Agent,
oc7 - Waahlngtoa. V.O,
OUANQE AND ALEXANDRIA HAIL
ROAD TiiEona n by rail v kom wash
INQTON AND ALKXAMDRU TO l.ItvIIMOD
0U aad after FRIDAY, September 1, 16R3, the
train) oa this road will re a a follows t
Zaeare WaahUgtua at 7 a. m and 8 30 p to,
Iate Alexandria at 7 S3 a. ra. and 9 p id.
Xahj6 UordonavllleatlXSOp. m and 1 4')a,m.
Arrlra In Rich mood at S p m. and la. tn,
Arrive at Lynchburg at 5 20 p. m and 6 a. in.
Leare tynehbnrg at 6 45 a. m and 7,15 p. to.
Lave Klehmond at 7 a in and 7, 15 p m.
Leave OtirdoaaTllle at 12,30 p to. and 12.lMa.ia.
Arrive at Aloxaudrlaat 4 55 p m.and4 50 a m.
Arrive atWAahlngton atflSOp m and 5 2.1a ra.
On BaadaysleaveWsshl>oaalSSOp nuonly.
Local freight train leave Alexandria at 4 a,
ui , arriving In Oordonavllle at 11 45 a m
Lvavea Oordonavllle at 12.35 p ta , arrlTlngla
Alexandria It 8 p m.
Through freight train leavos Alexaadrta at 3
a m , arrWlng In Lynchbnrg at 7 10 p ra
Learea Lyuchbarg at 3 24 a m , arriving la
Alexandria at 0 10 p m
1'aaaengera from Warrenton will take the 7 a.
ru, tralu oath from Waablngton, and tbe 6 43 a,
ia. train north from Lynchbarg,
Pnaitengers by tbe 6 43 a to and 7 13 p m
train from Lynchburg, and.the 7 a, m and 7 13
p m tralna from RIcHmond connect wllb trains
at Wtuhlugton for all parte of the INorth and
This ronte haa the advantage over all others by
having a eontlnauns rail from .New York to
Lynchburg, 405 mile
It tolho ph-iea through Fairfax, Rail Rao, Ms
uatiae, BrUtew, Catletta, Rappahannoiak, CuU
peper, Orange, and Oordon.lle, where many
t.t tbe great battles of tbe late rebellion were
Tickets can be procnred Id Adams' Expreaa
Building, opposite the B and 0 R R Depot, In
Waaclogtoa, alao, at the Depot, on Maryland
Tralna leave tbe corner of Finland Catreeta,
Watblngton W II UcOAFFERTY,
J U. BUOADI8,
oc9 tf General Paaasnger Agent.
PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON. AND
Commencing MONDAY, March 21th, 1806
Trait) a for Baltimore and Waablngton leave
riilladti Ma aa follow
4 13 a m , Kxprtna, (Moadaye excepted ,) 11 41
a to , Express, 2.43 p m , Expreaa, aad 11 TO
p m , ExirvM,
Way Malt Train fur Baltimore at 0 13 a m
AilAINi FROM BALTIMORE TO FUILADEL
1111. Leave Baltimore, 6 30 a in , Way Mall , 0 23 a
m Li pre, t 10 p ra , Expre.e, 0 33 p. m ,
kxpre. 8 20 p m, Expreaa
Leave Philadelphia for Baltimore and Waah
infitou at 4 13 a m , and 11 00 p m
Leave Baltimore for Philadelphia at 8 20 p in.
Leave Baltimore for Now York at 8 20 p (m
liiiilQ II F. KIDNEY, boperiiiteudeat.
.J J UMi W W 'ZR&.fVl MV& m s.ti JlkJ)LiAJJ:t JU ' )W .11. i -.r , .
:..' 'or vm s ri'ri i - nx .iiijbiai,wj'i' cm -$, rsro-!' ii.i.Jev,
...... km )K L. IB IX Jl JH Am IB I. II II II II ! ! 1 I II I I I I II II IB 'IB
(.REAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE TO
BOBTH AMD WI8T.
TOUR DAILY TRAINS.
SPRING AND SUHJI8E CllEDUrE,
ON ANU irnu ....-.. '"'5UUI.E
laata a, follovri i "l'u '" 1M9 """ wU1
LaataWaak'n. Laata Batto,
f. ,,."" Ma.n.. ooa-m
nttibnrik aad Erla E1..4 30 p. u.
nttih'cJi aad Elmlra Ex.7.a0p. ro.
.'r'l.u. II n p n.
7 3)p m.
TWO TBAINS ON SUNDAY,
(Conn.ctlnj at Baltlraora,)
Laata Wa.hlagtoa at 14J aad 7.40 p. m
ELEETtrfo CARS dAt, ilJinT TBAINS.
10W JABB AjtUICXTIMI,
Cara ran llrocgn from Baltlraora l Pitt,.
barab. krUA. F.tml.. .111,-1.1. "
,.'C'"Vf'i'"i"T Uforniallon apply al
tbaoocaoftha Oraat Pann,-l,aala Komi, lor.
aar Pennirl-anla at tnna and Slitb itnat, nnd.r
national Hotel, and foartoanth trt, eornar of
!J v' . '"""aa, oppoitta winard,' Hold,
Walhlnjtoa. rrj. H. DUDARBT,
Saparlbtandent N C K.B,
. o,. . . '""'rand Tltkal Aaant
JNO.OILLETT, Paaiamr Acanl. robU-tf
1864 ARRANaEMHNTfl IggJ
NEW YORK LINBB.
TBI OAHDE3 AND AUBOY AND PBILaDIX.
raiA AND TBEBTOH BAILBOAD COBPA.
fbom rniLADiLrniA to kiw yobk
AND WAT PLACES.
IEOM WALNUT STREET WBABT AND
Will liiti a taMAiri . v..
Atfla, m,, v U Camden and AmboyC. and
A. Aceoniraodatlon fS.13
ai v ui , ti iamaen ana jeney uitr
flew Jersey AeauMMnsKtlrabi t 4
-..ot. m , vim lainaea anj weraay uiit
Morning Expreaa , g.00
w, via vaoiaaa ana jersey tJUT
2d CUia Ticket 2.23
At 11 a. m. , via Kensington a&d Jetaey
City Expreaa , 3 09
Atllin , vie, Camden and Amboy C. aad
A, Accomraodalloa ,.,. 2,23
At 2 p. m , via Camdea aad Ataloy 0. tad
A. Expreaa , 3,00
At 3 p tn , , via Eeoalngton and Jeraer
city WaehUgteu.aed N. Y. Express.. 3,00
f-i p m., via b.eaaiDgton and Jeraer
-mji p ro . via nenaington and Jeraav
City 8onlhern Mall 3 03
jliK"ti,j via Kenaingtoa and Jersey
city Sonthera kxprens 3 00
At 6 p. m , via Camden aad Amboy Ac
commodation (freight and paiaenger.)
1st class ticket., , 2.25
2d vlasa ticket 1 CO
The 8,15 p in. Evening Mill and tbe 1 30
(Night) 6oaihern Fxpresa will ran dally, (all
othsra, fcaadaya excepted )
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LINES,
Leave Walont atreet wharf at 6 aad S a, tn.,
12 tn , and 2 p. m.
Leave Ken Kington Depot at 11,15 a m , 135,
tWando 4Jp, ra , end 12 Ma, m (night.)
The 6 43 p m ijoe tans dsili (all others,
Sandays excepted )
NEW YORK ASD PHILADELPHIA LINES.
Leave foot of Barclay street at C a. la and 2
From foot of Cortland street at 7, 8, aod 10 a,
m , 12 m , 4 and 6pm, and 12 night.
Tbe Op tn line rnna d.llyi (all others, Bon
W, II, OATZMER, Agent,
Philadelphia and New York Lines
'PfltLACELPHta. Deo 23. 1&63. de31
1865 NINTEH ABRANQEMENT. 10jC
PEN.N8YLYANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.
TWELVE DAILY TRAINS,
On aad after MONDAY. October 16.1865. trains
will leave the Union Paaaengor Depot, corner of
iTMBiugioa apa tiioeriy eirsoia, iittaoarga, ra ,
DAY EXPRESS, dally except Ba&day, at 2 50 a,
ra , atopplng at Jon m town, Conemangh, Galllt
sen, Altona, and all prlnelj al stations, and mak
lug dtrcit connections at Harrlebarg for New
York. Baltimore, and WaiMuvUn. and at l'Mla.
delpbU for New Yoik, Boeten, and Intermodule
ALTOONA ACCOMMODATION, dally except
ououay, a.u.ou 101, autpping aiail regular ata
tlona between l'ltUburirh aud Altooua. and mak
lag clotm connection with tralna outlie Indiana
uraucu.weet rennayivania Kaiiroad, bbfpburg
andCreaatn Railroad, and IT llldsyibtirg Branch.
PITTbBDRGIl AND ERIE MAIL, dally except
Sunday, at 710a. ra , slipping only at Cone.
maugh.GallltieD, Altoona, and all principal ata
tlona making direct connection at HarrUburg for
New York, Baltimore, aud Wablngtou,
MAIL ACCOMMODATION, dally (except San
day) at It 40 a m . stopping at all regular ata.
tlona between Flttaonrsand Harrltborir. makles
connection a wllb tralua oa the Ebenaburg and
Crnaaon railroad and Hollldayabarg railroad.
PHILADELPHIA EXPKESd.dally at 4 25 p m ,
atopplng at Latrobe, Blalravllle Interaectlon,
Johnntown,Conerauagb, Oallltter, Altoona Hnnt
logdon, Lewlalown, Mifflin, Newport, Mary a
villa, usrrlabarg, Lancuter, and Downlagtown,
At Hnrrlabarg direct connertlon. are made for
new xork. uaittmore. and waiblnelon. and at
Philadelphia for New York, Boaton, and Inter
mediate points Sleeping cars run through on
this train from Plttaburg to Philadelphia and
uaiumore. ana 10 new xort dt tne Aiientown
JOHNSTOWN ACCOMMODATION, dallr ttx.
cept Snnday) at 435 p m,atopplngat regular
atatlona between Pmabarg and Conemangh, and
connecting at Blalravllle Interaectlon with trains
on tbe Indiana Branch and Weal Fenneylvanla
FAST I INE, dally, exci.pt Sandir, at 9 30 p.
. atooplukt onlr at Couamaatrli. tiallitsen. AN
toona, Uontlngdon, LewUtown.MlClln, Newport,
Maryavllle, Uarrlabarg, Mlddletown, Lancaster,
and Downlngtown, maklug connection at Uar
rlabarg for New York, Baltimore aud Washing
ton, end at Philadelphia for Now ork, Boaton
and Intermediate points Bleeping cars ran
through In this train to Philadelphia and to New
York on the Aiientown route
rirat accommodation Train for WaUl'ahtatlon
leaves dally (except banday) at 6 30 a m
Second Accommodation train for WaU't bte-
tlou leave dally (except Snnday) ut 9 40 a m
Thtrd Accommodation Train for Wall 'a btatlon
leavea dally (except Sunday) at 3 H5p m
a, ah. .h ia.Aimnn.lalLiA Train tnm Wf m lit, f...
tloa leaves dally (except Sunday) at 6 05 p in
Acdommuaaii in ur i-eun aiaiion, atopi
all .tiatione between Pitt burgh and l'
Accommudatl in for Pen
The Church Train leavea Wall's Station ever1
oarcniram leaves vvau's etation everr
Snnday at 9 03 a. m and arriving In Pittsbnrgh
at 10 05 a.ta Returning leavea Plttaburgh at
at 11 30 p. m , and arrives at Wall's Station at
2.00 p. a
Returning Tralna arrive In Pittsburgh aa followa 1
Mall l'Jue u.
FaatLlne 2 00 a.m.
First Wall's Station Accommodation 6 20 a iu.
Pana Aecommodattou 7 CO a m.
Second Wall's Station Accommodation 8 60 a. m,
John 1 town Accommodation.,,., I0 05g.n.
Plttaburgh 4 Erie Mall 12 50 p.m.
Baltimore Expreaa 1 SO p.m.
Third Wall's btatlon Accommodation 2 05 p in.
rbueae.p&ia Express a.iup.m.
Fourth Wall' a Station Accommodation 6 00 p. m.
Altoona Accommodation and Emigrant loaOp tn.
in Agsnt of tbe Exoelator Omnibus Company
will naaa thronarh eneh train bafora reachlnir tha
depot, take npcheckaand deliver baggage to any
ait ui mo cy utnee no iiurenn aireei, open
av and nlltbt. where all ordera tar tba tiiqva.
ment of pasaengera and baggage will receive
Baltimore expreaa will arrive with Philadel
phia expreaa at 2 SO p m oa Mondays.
NOTICE. In case of 1 as, the Company will
hold tbemaelves retponalble for peraonal bag
gage only, and Sot an ainonnt notexeeedlag$10O.
vf u tba.n an, Agent,
At the Pennsylvania Central RaUroad Passenger
etatlon, on Llb.rty aad Vr"aUfltoa street..
" - . r
ArtT.rtl.ra.nofu, th, ,.,,
WABHINOTON. ALEXANDRA AMn
f I tl Kf bnvri i-or w.,(..n.b " t
GKOHOKroWW IIAli,liOAD, '
-.? !B'f.ftr MONDAY, Hareb. 12, m, aad
farther notice, raaaMgr Trains will "a
Local,., 5 00 a.m.
Spre 1. 4.S3
Local S09 "
" 1000 "
" ........ loop m
" 4 BO
Local 901) m
" 1100 "
" 4 20
ExDra.. am m
Expre.s .. flS5a m.
Local., S45 '
" ..ti.tt 4 00 p m.
0 A BTIY
W.J. PHELPS, Ucoeral Manager,
qIROUan LINK BETWEEN WASli
vnVia!1"' PHILADELPHIA, AND 'NEW
- , . . WAsirtFaTOjr, March 28, 15
M" b,l,w,?a Waablngton and New iork are
now rnn aa follows, vis 1
FOR NEW YORK, without cbsnge of cars,
m" n ' (""pt 8on,JT) 7 30 a, m ,'and
pOBfiWY0RK,chaDglrfg car. at PMladeL
4 So'pTm,dalIr (""Pl 8oat-r) ' n f aod
. m .1 ?;"?. (,Wt Sanar) " aad II 15
a, to,, and 4 SO and 6 2up m
Leave for New York and Philadelphia at 0 20
p. nt only.
8Iet)ln? eira fna rVattjv VacU a. aa i.i
dally. wv j-.iu irain
inrongn tickets to Philadelphia, New York, or
Boaton. can ba hail .t ). (iumai. ..m, '..It
hour. In the day, aa well ss at the new ofdee in
tbe American Telearanb balldlnr. I'.fl.iYK-nt.
avenue, between Foar-and-a-baU and Sixth
8ee Baltimore and Ohio railroad advertisement
for srhsdale between WasMnrton, Baltimore.
Annapolis, and the Weat, W. p. SMITn,
Matter of Tranaporutlon.
L M COLE,
General Ticket Agent.
GEO. 8 KOONT2,
'JMIK SUNDAY MAGAZINE,
EDITED BY THOMAS OUTURIB, D. D ,
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during that period
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now features will ba introduced with this view,
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EDITED BY THOMAS GUTHRIE, D D.,
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The volume forms a complete book, and con
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THE ANGELS' bOJiU 1 In six papers. Hr Dr.
SAUL, FIRST KING OF ISRAEL By Wlllfsni
Hansa, D D, , author of the ' Life of Dr. Chal
mers " In ntno cbspters
HOW TO USL THE GOSPEL t a eerles of nine
papers By Uoury Alford, D. D , Dean cf Cau
tsrbnry HOW TO USE THE ACTS OF THE APOSTLES
a series of three papers By Henry Alfurd, 19 D ,
Dean of Canterbury.
BLAISE PASCAL: In three tails By W.
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KATE THE GRANDMOTHER; OR. THE TRUE
WAY OUT OF TKOUBLb. By Jeremiah Gott
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SKETCHES OF THE LUWGATIt Six Papers
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THEOLOGY aORlHEPEOPLEt Eight Papers
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D D , Professor David Urowu, and Professor
EARLY PIETY t In Four Parts By Dr.
JOSHUA TAYLOR'S PASSION. A Story la
And In addition to the above, tbe Volume con
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Rev James Hamilton, D D , Author of "Life
In Earnest," Rev W U Blalkle, I) D , Author
of "Better Days for Working People," Rev
Norman Macleod, D D ; Rev W T Stevenson,
Author of "Praying and Working;" Professor
J H Balfour. Edinburgh: Rev Canon Girdle
stone, Rav Alexauder Raleigh, D. D , Anthor of
"Quiet Raiting Places," Rev.W Arnot, Author
of "Laws from Heaven for life on Earth," Very
Rev Dean Ramsay. Author of "Keiuinl apneas of
Scottish Life aad Character," Lev. J. C. Ryle,
M A 1 Rev Newman Hall, Author of ' Com to
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"Webster and Wllklnsju's Greek Testament,"
Her John de Liefde, Rev Hugh btowell Drowu,
Rev A W Tborold) Kv. Canon Miller. Rev
Ungh McMillan 1 Rev J Cramp to a, Anthor of
"Tbe Lunar World," tbe late Professor Miller,
Edinburgh, Jean Ingelowt lea Craig, the Conn
teas de Gaaparln, tho Author of Uaste to tbe
Rescue " f2.t
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VICES Solid Box ; Cum, Cottar Ktji , Faral.
1.1,!,:, 3, 4, Chain, 1,2, 3,1.
NDTS Stjoara FdBCbad,n,xaaoa Paachas.
OIBI.K CHAINS "ftoUlncb.
AZIa Lnax Arm I H PaUal ! Solid Collar.
OAK AND ASH BENT B1JIS.
IIICKOKT UENT UIJI3
SAWED yEI.LOES-4 to 3 lnch.l tbl.td.
SHAFTS Raff, llibt ; Rar, inadlau ; V( n-
l,bad, tight uadtam, boavy , oxpr,.., ,ro
ry; fialahad, Habt (andbar,), juadlau
(aad bar,) . baavr (aad bar.)
POLES Knf.aUb,d (aad clrtlaa).
SWINOLETREES lljbl (arralad; madlau
rmisiiED wntELs raria
aall TERM. OAH
TJEFRFsnMENTS AT TUB CAPITOL.
Tla bent aad cbaapait Kaaiaorant Id Waabtoa.
toa la tbat uad,r tba Rapraaautatlra,1 llall
al.mbara of Coaara,, aadvlaltora ara aarad
with Tlaad, wblcb for good quality aad uod.r
ata prtoa ara uatarpaaiiad
Jajo-i( Y BAKDEBSON, fiorrlelor.
D. C. SATURDAY EVENING.
t Paiwrtmtnta f tlio aaTrnmant ra Pnbllalir.1 In thlo I'apar by Authority r TUBS
I Vaillna-4nn rttw 1-.a nnB ai.l
' .. . ' -lrt ! MaJla,
Northern and Eastern Malls tit Do t,
A 40 a. a . deoarta at T.sa a. m . Imm d1
Hani 4.1 l.-. - 1 . .. .
ii "ir . " " urRr"
11.15 . m.(cloies at 10.30 ft. m d, Dna
!t tn,dIrUal V ' Clu",fct
1.40 p. m.
western Mall, via Relay Heine lit. Dae
at 5.40 a. m , depArta at fl.l& a. m , closei
ftW.30ft.tn. 3d. Due nt 6.16 p. m.. de
parts at 0 do p. ni., closes at a p to.
Northwestern Mall, via Baltimore, Ilarrli
Vnrg and rittsharfr, Pit lit. Dae at 5 40a.
tn., departs at 0 16 a, tn., closet at 4.30 a.
nid 2d. Dne at fl.13 p. ia , departs at (UJp,
to . closei at 6 p. m.
The Southern Mall, for Richmond, Pcteri-
burg, Raleigh, Wilmington, N. 0., and other
points Eonth, vlaO. and AB. U lit. Dae
ftt 7 ft. m , depart! at 7 a, m , cloaca nt 6 a.
m. 2d. Dne at 4 p. tn. departi at 8 30 p. m.,
cloeei at 7 p. m.
Fredericksburg Mall, via Aquta Creek,
embracing the Northern Neck of Virginia
ami inienneaiaie points between rroierlcki
bnrg and Richmond, Va Due at 3.30 p. tn.,
departs at 7 at. m , closes at ft a, m.
Annapolis Mall .liL Dne at 11 a. m., de
parti at 3 p m , closei at 2 p. m. 2d. Due
at 0 lfi p. m , departi at O.lo a. w , cloiei at
4 30 ft to.
Alexandria, Va , Mali 1st. Due at Oft m ,
departs at 0 a, ra , cloaei at 5 a m. 2d. Dtte
at 4 30 p. tn , departs at 0 p. m , oloiei nt 5
George town, D. 0. Mall lit. Dae at A 30
a. ra , departs at 7 ft. m , closei nt 0 a. ra. 2d.
Departi at 12 in , closes at 11 30 a. in., due
at 4 p. m.
BookrIIIe, Md , Mall Due at 6 p. tn , de
parts nt 7 a. m , closei at o 30 a. in.
Port Toh&oco. PiscatawAv. nn.l TluffieM
Mall .Dne on Monday, Wednesday, and Fri
day, at 7 p. ia. Departi on Tuesday, Thun
day, and Saturday, at 7 a. m. Closemt 0 30
ft. m on those days.
Upper Marlboro', Md., Mall Due at 3 p.
ra , dally, departi at 8 a. m , doting at 0 t0
Surratt'e. Beantown. Charlotte Hall, and
unuptico wan uue at 7 p. m . depart at 7
ft. in , closes at 6 30 a, m.
On Sun Jar. onlv two malls are recali-til
from the North, and bat one from the West
and Northwest, due at A a. m. and 11 a. in
Malls departing on this day for these routes
ciose at . p. m. or florrollc, Uld Point
IliMnrirt atn1 I'irrarnAnll. Tr, , b ..
The offlce Ii open for the dollrery of letters
and pannri from 8 a. in. to 0 n. ra . exoeM
ct. .. ... ... J '.!"
on ouuuny, wuen t( 11 open irom o to IU a
m and from 6 to 7 p. m.
Colestllo, Md , Mall Due on Tuedday,
Thursday, and SaturJay, at 5.30 p m , de
part at 7 a, ni. laiue days, closing at 0 30
BrookrIIle and OIney Mails Due at 10 30
a. ra. dally, departs at 2 30 p. m , closos at 2
JJ Al'ltUHM JiH.
ADAMS EXPRKS8 OOMPANT,
OFICE M4 FENNA AVENDE
319 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, OPPOSITE
NORTHERN, WESTERN, AND SOUTHERN
utrchaadlia, Sfoa,f, and Valaabla, of all
klada forwarded with dipath to all ecctlble
aactloaa of tba oodatr,
COLLECTION OF NOTES, DRAFTS AND BILLS
made la all accessible parte of tbe Ualled Stalae.
0. a DUNN, Agent,
boll tf WaihlagtoB, D. T,
Tssunn Youit phopekty at home.
THE NATIONAL UNION INSURtNCE COM-
PANT OF WASHINGTON.
CHARTERED BY CONQRESS
RISKS TAKEN AT THE LOWEST llArE.
LOSSES PROMPTLY PAID.
NO CI1ARQE yvU POLICIES.
ii FUleeutb street, nearly oppo.lta Rl.ge A
Co ', Daaltlng Ilou.e
At JOHN II JOHNSON'S Law Otllee.No l Loo-
lalana aveuue, hear bauk of Wa.blngtoa
This Company la now prepared to loxnre all
descriptions of property aaalvst lose or dabuge
by Are oa sach icrtus a. caaaot fall to be accept
able to tba eltliene of tbe District In this Cum.
pauyyoacen Insnre yonr FURNITURE, MEK
UIIANDISE, WAREHOUSES, OH DWLLLINOS
for a year or shorter period
Tbte Company etarle with a CASH CAPITAL
of 100,000, ullpaldin, thereby enabling tLeni
to olTer to tbe cltlieoe of Ibo District greater
eeenrtty thaa baa erer been olfered beretefore
Policies will ba l.saed for a shorter petlod
thaa oae rear, accordlag to tb. New York scale
for short lo.araace.
Charles Koau, President, Richard Wallach,
a W. Rlggs.Vlea Prea't, Daniel Dodd,
Tbomae Berry, 11 C Fabne.tock,
O.orgeS aldwn, William Dlxoa.
nun-am NOBLE D LARNER. Secretary
Tim SUPREME COURT OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMUIA, THE 8T1I DAY
OF JIAhCH, lsul
Axuia Joaaaoa, Petitioner, ) INEQUITY,
ra No aid
jAMae Uinky Joogsox, Deft ) For Dlrone
It appearing totbeConrt tbat tbe anbpu)aa
Issned In ibis case has been retnrned by the Mar
shal "Not fiand," aud by toe allldavU of airs
E. Urowu, a disinterested witness, that said de
fendant has beeu al sent from Ibis District for a
period of mor.lbaa six nioolbs last pa.t,ltls
therefore, this Sib dsy of Slarcb, UotJ, on tuollim
of II C Uoodlug, l., solicitor for the eom
pleluent, Ordered, that notice of tha peodenry
and objeitoftble eait b. glrea to defeadaul by
pub.lCAtlou, once a week for two sucoes.)..
weeks, in tbe Evunimi Rxfcolicav, warniug tha
defendant 'o appear la this Court ou or before
Moaday, the 23d day of prll next, aod anewer
tbe allgatlou of said bill, utbsrwl.a tb. sum.
will betaken for confessed against blio. The
first publlcallonof said notice to be tuadeat least
loriy oars ueiore iu. saio reiuru uay
By order of the Court
a iruo tup.
E J.MEIGS, Clerk.
SUrBEMK COUIIT OF TUli DISTRICT
Elun Bctlcu )
6o0 LQUITY, Docket 7,
GRnatiK BlTIHR )
Tbe subDuina Issued to compel tbe anoaaranca
of tba defendant having beeu returned " mm
nt. and tbe comnlalnant havlntr flltil m iffl.
davit that the defendant has bsa absent from
said DUtiici for mora than six months last past,
ao that pruces cannot be served upon him
It la, thU 30th day or March, 1666, on motion of
theeoiDplaln.t, orJerd at Chambers that Ihe
deffudant cause hla appearance to be entered to
tbU cause on or before the first TUESDAY of
Jane next, otherwise, the bill will be taken for
confessed Provided, a eopy of tale ootlee be
publlahed la tbe Natioxai. Rirnurxx oa.e a
woes mr aix waetta oeiore aaia nrsi ruesdar
A. D OLIN, Juatlce, ic
A true copy i
Teat It J MEIGS, Clerk
W Y r ii tut
MARCH 81, I860.
nfMt of h '
Tbe second Ttto mewage of the PrestJent '
t... -- ....r...i n t !.
"" M"u """lui Krrii7, iu toe Kama
iplrlt as the first, tIii that which natllfled
the Freedmen's Ilareau bill. It will La -
I. ........ .. . . . .
tnembered thit the heated expressions of "n or tne measure, "i object inns on con-
.. -Kb ,i-nA -t .v. it.. T 1 etltullonal grounds Mhlbtt this bill as 1n-
many who denounced the fir 1 veto were, Uniting the most flagrant derlcei fur over
upon calm reflection, considerably modified ' rldin the referred rlghti of the Stales In
and the earne result li likely to follow the ! their Legislatures and Judicial trihanals ever
demonstrations of the press. We make a
few extracts from tbe newspapers'
From the New York Commercial Advertiser-'
IVef tdent Johnson has followed up hie veto
of the Freedmen's Bureau bill by returning
the civil rights bill to the House In which It
originated. He takes tip each lection of the
bill and condemns each in turn Ills reason
log Is cogont, and must be mill factory to all
who respect the limitations of the Conitltu
tlon on Federal power, who deaire economy
01 aurainisirauoti, ana wno correct! V em
mate the trite value of State rlgbti. 'it can
only be distasteful to those who have gone
wild upon the negro question, and who are
anxious for legislation which shall especially
benefit the black man. Ihe ruarantr of
freedom to the late slate the recognition of
mo pence i equality Doiore toe law or black
and white, without erpeclalfai or to either
are me as urea demanded alike by Justice and
humanity, but they may be so stated in le
gislation that they tend to break down the
common barriers of law and Infringe upon the
rignts reserve 1 10 mo rtctes,
l.rer since the war broke out tbu tendency
toward centralization has been marked. The
enormous ratronatie of this wnr conrantmted
In a fevr hands, and the conduct of the war
directed irom a single point, held the ntten
rion of the peoplo tn that centre, and pre
pared them gradually to overlook the en
croachment on their rights, and to be satin.
fled with the absorption of power which was
working out such great result! The Idea of
a splendid and potential central Qo.ernn.ent
took an easy hold upon tbe Itnnglnntloni of
politicians ana mw-maiters, who wore pulled
up with sudden notoriety, and who believed
that tbe people, who In their Intense pmsion
for the Union had sacrificed everything elite,
would forgot the old and traditional forms
by which their liberties hnd been secured,
lhat thli plot against the constitutional
rights of the people Is oxpoied and frustrate J
Is due to the earnestness and honesty c f An
drew Johnson, nnd to the pcrsiitcnt appeals
of the few Journals and public men who hare
not yielded to the clamor of tbe hour, and
lost their faith In tbe well-balanced and har
monious Institutions bequeathed to ui by our
The President declares lhat he will co op
erate with Congress in any ..manures neccs
eary for the preservation of the civil rights of
freed men, but such mensuns must bo consti
tutional and Impartial. Is there not wisdom
enough In Congress to discover and adopt
such measures, or will that body refer to
wrangle wllb th .rtJti i tteAvpdff
nuiLtng jiolttteal capital There Is no rca
occasion of difference, certainly not a sbadowl
of reason for host) Illy Vitiuittrs haie but to
tenure vet mwiHits of ihnihtiul tAimUtnev.
and to act tn itrtct aeiordama tmh the Con
ttitttttun, and they can gtt along v tth An
drew John ton.
From tbe New York Times, Rep J
But we venture to think that few State
papers have ever boon glren to tbe world
that will so thoroughly compel the attention
of thinking men of whatever creed, or kin
dred, or party
auo iTCMdcn. ueaia m mast exoiusne.y
witn tne ueiaus 01 tne mil as it pnssea
through Congros, reserving his comments
upon Hi policy to n fow sentences at the
elose of the message. Tbe analysis of the
details, howover, la of i keen and searching
a character, the logic is so Irresistible, that
we should hope eten the strongest advocatci
of the measure will see how astiy Important
It U that the constitutional power of tho
veto should exist, and how Important aUo,
In a higher seme, It Is that such a conitltu.
tlonnl power should be entrusted to a Presi
dent eudowed with Ju Iguieut, discretion, and
most uncommon courage
Tbe point In the President t argument
which standi out In boldest relief Is that
which portrays with almost startling h id
nest! the danger, not only pouible, bat cer
tain, of undermining theindeiendenceof the
judiciary. If Federal district attorneys,
marshals, deputy marshal!, agents ol lue
Freedmen's Bureau, and ether otTiolali nro
to be entrusted with tbe power of arraigning
any State Julge who may Interpret a Slate
law In a way which a claimant of justice may
disapprove, of what possible ue can, bo Mato
laws, and of what conceit able ue can be
State Judges7 Better abolish both at once
iiut not only aro these petty i eueroi omcuis
empowered, under this (.Ml right- bill, to
appear ns accusers of the Plate Judiciary,
they hare a premium holdout to thein o
prefer charges For e ery case of alleged !
Justice to freed men they get a fee The ao
cused may be lunocont, it so, tbe leo corner
out of the United btntes treasury If tbe
accused Is guilty, be has to pay his share of
the poriiulsites accruing to the Federal nfli
Tbe strictly lezal Interpretation which the
President ai plies to nartkulnr sections of the
act Is so overwhelmingly strong that the
members "learned in tne law" wno voted lor
It can hardly help hluilnir to find themseh es
so entirely at fault under the sharp logto of n
layman, co lar as we can learn tno senti
ment of tho tnoro discreet portion of the ma
jority that voted for the bill, they are ready
to coniesi mat tue rrenueni a reasons are
too strong for them, and they nre fain to fan
back uponhnttbej call his political annum
to excuse their nun acceptance of his argu
nients Those who ha. e throughout doubted
the expediency of mull iplvlngaiscrlmini ting
laws In favor of a class which has achieved
an enfranchisement and social elevation un
exampled in Ui suddenness and completeness
In tbe history of tbe hut."n race, must neces
sarily be pleased that tho President goos even
further In his letothan to Interpret tbe mere
technicalities of tho law To moderate and
rational reformers the few simple but preyr
nant words which Mr Johnson utters on the
policy of enforcing the laws of jotucil ".
OAjy, through tho agency of u countless army
of stipendiaries, havo . alae far beyond
tbe mere enforcement of the immediate argu
ment They aro words whlh have a s,ope
and a bearing asldo from the prutUluui ut
this or any otherneirTuuroteitlon bill And
they show how fnr oboie tho majority which
desires to control his action are the Iews of
the Executho In all that appertains to the
maintenance of constitutional freed na
It may be hoped that arguments so cocent
as those employed In the message wttl not
be thrown away It Is not every duy that
members have un opportunity of luleolng
to reason and common seme xuty may
find this appeal a seasonable and aooet table
change lie tbat as It may, the President's
message will be read and studle I outside of
Congress, and eierywberi throughout the
civilised world and wherever it fa read and
itudlod thu Auvricuu nuuie aul character
will bo derated, tn so far as Andrew Jolur
' sou Is held to represent the American peo le
riiax Ika Wawa Y..I. If.AiJ 1
President Johnson's reto of the
rights till II Lefu
fia It no half-
tlnn i.fll tn....ti
fore oar readers. They will
way remonstrance, hut n
and comprehensive relec-
ittuunu u vuuirii, no unu aufiusi7U
tuts diii, in a new soape, ft sort 01 reproduc-
tlon of the old fugitive slave law, bnt, un ler
thorearchlng analysis of Andrew Johnion,
It appears ft theaiand times worse than tho
rejected Freedmen's Bureau experiraent.aml
nothing leas than a Mil of unconstitutional
abominations from beginning to end. V
From the ew lLjfft.tU'aliiriUaa. 1 p J
ttenubll'h this Saorantc the President
special menage vetoing1 the jCIvll Bights
bill No comments art needed, It iienks
fKrom Ibo Jiurnjl ef Cflimnerr 1
The President has ngsln placed hlmaelf
In the path of radical aggression on Ihe Con
rtltutlon Will the people snstnln him ' It
la not Imposelble that the result may he a
more bitter war upon him than heretofore
The character of the Civil Bights hill rns
thoroughly understood when It was paaiod.
Its unconstitutionality was e. en ndrolttedbv
me jiamcaii. as was a,measure or attack on
the Constitution, n deliberate effort to break
down tbe barrier between the Stale and Fed
eral powers This fact gives strength to nn
Idea which bai become very generally j rev
itlent, that the bill was passed with Intent to
protoko a reto, nnd inauirurate a new system
of direct, warfare on tbe President
(.Front the Cincinnati Dally national Lulvu
As was predicted, the President ha$ etoed
Ihe cUll rights bill, and gtten his reasons
therefor In a clear and logical manner,whioh
will bo hard to set aside by any sophistry tho
ultra Radicals mny call to their aid He
objects to the bill principally on account of
Its unconstitutionality and inexpediency,
and points out in a i ery plain manner wherein
it Is unconstitutional and Inexpedient It
discriminates against worthy and Intelligent
foreigners In favor of the negro, and takes
away all power fronn the States to dlferl.nl
nalo between different races, and attempts to
fit a perfect equality, by Federal law he
tween the white an I Lolored race, which
should verj properly bo left to tbe determi
nation of the States themselves
The President contend that the legislation
proposed alos the Ju lUIal power of n
Mate, and would create a conflict between
the Stato and loderal ofllcials, making a
Stole Judge and other Stato ofllcinls liable to
fine and Imprisonment If they execute the
laws which they ha. e sworn to faithfully
carry out But we give tho President's rea
son In full on our lint page, and we commen 1
them tn the thinking portion of community
and those who hae tbe lore of country really
uppermost In their hearts. We look upon
tlleui ava uoowrhU . Irrafntable, and
the entire reto as an able state paper, re
flecting credit upon tbe President for sound
udgment and clear Intellect
From tbe Buffalo Commercial, Rrp
Before the veto was sent In this Journal
spoke as follows;
We had honed that aeto of this bill mlaht
ha.e boen avoided) for It Is generally con
ceded thnt Us general features nre innat salu
tary Homo legislation of tbe kind Is de
manded, and we were prepare 1, without
critical examination, to assume that It was
free from constitutional ohJectlons It Ii
claimed, however, that It conflicts, In one or
two essential points, with the organic law,
and upon them the President will base bis
The first section of the law declares alt in
habitants of every State entitled to un alio
lute equality of ciril rights, nnd forbids tho
enactment by the titate authorities of miy
law Indicting upon a negro any different t en
allies for crlino than are prescribed for whiten
This, of Itcelf. It unnie'tlonably rlcht nnd
Jut, and Is demanded ai a j revent It e against
tnoee odious laws which n&ro existed in tbe
alive Mate-s, pmvldlng that negroes might,
In certain rare, be arrested, and In duo time
soil for Jail fee- Ac
Il seems clear by strict legal r imtrnctlon
that the language of that section was sutli
dent to secure that end, without any addi
tional provision The Senate, however, to
make "assurance donbly sure," went a step
further and provided In tho secon 1 sot lion,
that any judicial o Ulcers who shoul 1, In obe
dience to any such State law, aid In Inflict
ing any such penalties upon negroes, shoul I
bo punished with flue nnd Imprisonment, or
Loth This section Is claimed to be fatal tn
the bill iiton constitutional groun Is, us
working nn absolute extinction of fatate au
thority, nn I In effect ten Unfr toward a cm-
trained and conauii i iied government
Another fatal objection which ! urged
nealnrt the bill, and which rumor nndirns ns ,
one of the points of tha forthcoming veto
message, la tbat the fourth section confer
constabulary powers upon the olHcers ot tho
If theso two points be well taken It
must be conceded that the President bus no
discrete) In the premises, and iaul, as a
oonscleutinuit man, veto this bill stating
those as his grounds It may also be that
he has other objections of a aimihir nnture,
which will Interfere with his dlscietlon It
docs not necessarily follow that he dlrup
rtroves of the lendlnt? liriiicinlua aouvht to be I
carried out by the hill became ho feels con
strainedto veto It
We know that on sowral occasions ho has
declare 1 his a provul of the point that the
treed men wero citlien-, and as cuoh entitled
to the care and protection of tho Unvernueiit
lually with the whites He has declared
tbat their right- ought to be and should 1 e
protected If the Uii il Rights bill has gone
too far, and comes In conflict with tho Con
stltutlon, H is the fault of Congress, which
constructed it, and not of Presi lunt Johuson,
who feels compelled to veto it
If the veto shall bo sent In, It will very
naturtlly croate a deal of unplctuant feel
lug, and tend to exaij orate the faction which
Is alrealy more than susptoloud of tbe par
tisan Integrity of the Pre, lent Ureat mis
cbihf will ensue, both ti Ihe President and
to the Bepubtioau party, whLh U to bo de
After the veto the same j aer said
It will be unfortunate In so (it aa It will
di4urb the harmonious action of the Gov
ernment towarl the speedy solution of the
problem of pacification which presses upon
us) it will be unfortunate to the party, he
cause it will Impair the meafuro of lis use
fulness wbieb ii yet far from being fulfilled,
und It vvitl be unfortenate to the Proiident
by disturbing the cordial relations with Con
gress which are now so desirable.
et, notwithstanding all this, tbe Preal
dent bad but one eourae to i ursue His duty
to himself, uud the country, roae above all
such ootulleratlons, and we rejoice that he
bus had the houesty and boldness to perform
it, even while we regret the necessity, and
deprecate tho obstacle which Congross place 1
in hla path We hold President Johnson to
he light a&d Cuugrtts to be vvic-ng.
THI DAILT NATIONAL REPUBLICAN It)
poellshW every oiWn&ea (lea 4 aye excepted
by W. J. KtriTAOi A Co , (No All Nlatlt street,
aad la fmralahed t ear sabiertbers (fey larrtera)
ftt 44 eeaU per anoalav
MaU saVeertbere,UO0per aaata, ti.M far
aU aoalhj) aad L $9 far three Mealhe(.arve-
needy U Uraaee, --
Single eeplee, 3 seats.
Til WxssisT NATioif At. BtrtriLiOAir le fab
llahed every Friday ueralagi Qae eopy oae
year, 3 j Three copies oae year,, A5.0QJ Test
copies oae year, 15.00.
From the Cincinnati Commercial Advertiser,
The President yesterday vetoed the 'Civil
Bights bill," That this bill contains pro
visions whose constitutionality and expedi
ency are at least questionable, s very clear.
Among Us opponents are some whd In the
r nfllets of opinion heretofore arising he
tween the Prei'dent and the msJorttyi?of
Congress, hare been against the former.
Elsewhere we Dublishastromrsneech nealnat
the bill, ma del on the Dlh Instant bv the Hon.
John A. Bingham, of Ohio, a derided rmdloal.
From the Botoo Post, lod Dew and Union
In roclting his objections and pursuing the
course of his argument In tbe veto of the
Civil Bights hill. President Johnson hss con
sidered nothing but tbe question of the con
stitutionality of the measure, from ft discus
sion of Ui policy he purposely abstained.
And his points are, that the bill, In the 4rst
place, dhVcrimlnuewtn favor of one class and
against another, In Investing the negroeiof
the South with Federal cHlien-hlp; that In
order to Its efficiency It goes Into the States
an 1 compels the aute courti to become
merely ministerial under the extended au
thority of tbe Federal courts that It pro
pores to punish State officers, appointed and
sworn to do their duty within the States,
whenever they presume to do that duty, if
by their means negroes are made to come
under the nutburltyof the local law, or with
in tbe purview of the local custom, that Con
gresa possesses no authority, and cannot be
shown to poisei nnr, to transfer eases which
belonz exclusiv ely tn tbe Mate courts, to the
Jurisdiction of the Federal courts end that
the execution of the law would compel the
support of nn army, first, of spies and assist
ants, whose Interest It would clearly be to
fan the fires of dUturbln, tendencies In the
State,-, since their 1 ualness woul 1 thrive with
the widening of tho breach between the
whites and hlacas, and dlmlsb with Its dis
appearance and, second, an urmy of troops
whore continued preseme In any section of
tho country would to sure to anger the pop
ular feeling nnd challenge perpetual out
We do not propose to follow the President
orer these points of his nrgument In objee-
lion, sff lui mi ine very stniemen. in tne
moieatre Is so lucid aud orderly, they are
co well taken and so soundly based, tho
principles he brings out Into view in bis dis
ami on of them are so fundamental In their
character, so portable In shape, and so read
ily apprehended on their perusal, lhat It
would no a noodle., if notptcsumtuous task.
to nltemit to pretent In any other light
what the tncMnge hns presented tn the
Mrongest light already lbe central Idea,
about which all theorising nnd all contro
versies on this nn 1 Mndrel measures re
volve, Is thnt of the cunsolllatluii of a (lev-
eminent whore whole authority would, bo
subverted in the very act of making the
President Johnson apprehends this clearly,
and gives It tit prominence In considering
the bill under his hand Believing that such
a measure Is a bol 1 attempt nnder the pre
text ol eecuitug tneir riguti to aelass J ait
mpf-ttAt from Mat of alatery to a atelo
of freedom, to set aside State authority al
together, to intke Kate ofllcinls from Gov
ernors down to those engaged In the com-
monei n vocations aijoci instruments or u,
controlling party In Congress, und to Intrude
rederal power, by no discoverable-warrant
of the Constitution, Into the laws and even
tne cuntoms or every locality in too coun
try the President his unhesitatingly Inter
1used the objections to the measure which,
e Is constitutional aliowel to state to
Congreff, and the bill Is therefore defeated
unless It sucurei a two thirds vole of each.
Tbe calmness end enllielr dispassionate
tone of the messstre will tuiprosi all candid
readers favorably. In tho final restatement
of his jrotnts of objection, nothing could well
be more clear or cogent That passage would
almuit sorv e for a compendious statement of
our republican system, did it embrace more
of tho unlerlylng principles Involved, as it
stands, Its spirit Is too nearly like tbat of tho
utteraucesof the Fathers, ot whom Mr. Sum
ner Is rofesaedly enamored, not to be rocog
nltedasukin both in Its ibilueuphlsing and
Its uutsunL.cn patriotism The phrases ara
sejarately capable of jxipnlar quotation,
uch v lewd nn t sentiments as they carry de
serve tbe sluewy ajxou he has chofcn, tn
which to cast them.
The country can afford tn tender Us thanks
to the radicals fur forcing su.h timely on 1
etnvincin messages trout tho President aj
the two ho bus now written Better Argu
ments for the sacredness of tho Constitution
and the vnlue of the Union could not be pre
sented Ihe excitement generated of tho
discussions lit Congress prepare the v. ay lor
their widest aud most lhuroui:h nerusal X
ihiitnifiii has thus been raised up for tho
Constitution, and faced In the presidential
(lilice M hen he ( ponies for Its s credo cm and
argues for tho unJelegntel rights of the-j
Stntcs thnt nre threatened with outrage, he
has an eager and awakened nation tor hit
And the people conv inoed of the strength
of his poltiuii, satltlel with his self forget-,
fulness and hU patriotism, truillng to hla
honesty which baa never been eullle t In on.
extended and trjing i ublie career, und ad
miring his oountge In tho une 'ii.il contest
Into which he has been forced will rallr
around blm to delenl tbe breach through,
which the enemies nf our republican system,
are making unparntloled efforts to penetrate
EXHIUX OI-HCU, M AltCII J. IbfiC
7A ill Wt nn it rnnif tnnrer,
AppUfkltuu bailurf btcu luad-i nuder tfc" iltS
of June ii, IVW, ior tl e iru.u it tl v f ! wiutf
descrlbed Laud Warrmt- whlcli are alleged l
have bren 1ml or Ur-triyrd nuiuo It l.-rby
Iflvt-U that At the datu fHouI Hf lilt, denrrlptlon.
of facli warriint a new rtmiitcnui ir warrant of
llklfunr will Id Issued If uo vlld objection
shall tou appear
. il jSi, rr It pcrt.it, l-nti l ubd r th act
of Match J, isM In ttfusi.- riboiias WittUcf,
aud wai tfraotad January lo, Ifv7 May , 1604.
Ni 6 "1 4ld, for 13" arrei Unid unlertheac.
vt March 9, 1VJ lu (h uamet.f Liuy WMlcowb
widow of Jee Whllconib, aud . trinn.l
April Ji, ItUK Juiie2. 1n, ml,,
l 1 J v, I'rW sites, Issued under t V e act v?
Mrch I IsW, lu the name f Jamea l-bUbfe,
nod was grantel NovemWr 10, Ifai Juuel9&
ryillB IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT THU
X subscriber haa obtained from the Orphan
Court of Washington county, la the DUtrtct of
Columbia, loiters ot administration, (fetVunfs 'H,
on the personal estate of Owen Murray tale of
Waibiugton, D C defense 1 All persons bavins;
claims stfla.tl the said deceased, are heiebj
warned to exhibit the aaue, with the voucher
thereof, to the subscriber, on or beftre tho SltU
day of March next, they may oiherwlae by
law oe aaciouea iroiu an ivvnvui ui ma aaiti ea
Ulvaa under ay band tbla ?.tb day of March.
1840 U MURRAY,
iuh3S ww AdmlaUtrat(r,d L n
O W 0Wi:S IIASTIHR BAY BECEI ED
Os AM-TUER IN01CE OF BPRI.(i GOODS,
ronslstlnK of Fngllb, French, act Ausirlaa
lotba Caaalmeree, and Vebtlnir AUo, a large
lot of Fur&Ublujr tfooda for j, at wear
Goo I pant band wanted pply at tit Penie
syivanU iiveaoe S. W, lWW.
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