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Ford 44. Ait standard sheet
Wheteqireathes the foe but falls before in,
WittlYeedoth's soil beneath our feet, '
AWFieedom's banner screaming
luo Y.LA _ T.FoIsIi. ,
I*IE LTNIPI44--THE CQNSTITIYIWN"-lAND
TER RtiFOBOEILENT• OF THE LAW. • •
iftipieligiii.VoiOng, Nardi ii.lBo.
TER %IMRE& 'ABET OF THE POTOMAC.
Tire, . ; rebels are scattering. Bellable,inforr
matiiii leads to the belief that they are falling
bacloilandE +their whole line in V l irgitda. begins
to waver: Thei'navliptticha of the river'•Vitomito
Is now, unkterrupted to any,lllollollB extent, so
thatattar .aIL the preparaticeof the rebels, their
constrtbtion' , oft.tiatteries; Masked and unmask-"
ed, their nconthriofit ‘ Ovy labor, are all lost,
and may ; pessibly. used. as influence against
the 'shale themselves With the failure of the
rebel army the' Potomac, also fails
with all Ale magnificent e4herna, and
calculations of the rebel leaders.• Their , plitn;
befote the 'disastrous battle of Bullßuli,Was the
eventual occupation of Washington c 47, ., and
the establishment of ihe goverme ntfent
tharriapitet Had 'a movement bee* . inade on
Washington oy tn. April or, May laitt..its cap-.
tore would have hem immediate and certain.
But taithiall thidr boasting, the rebel leaders
lacked thlicourage to ca'rry'out'their plans.:--'
They ~ .c annot plead.a waist of knowledge, of, the ,
defeaceless condition of Wiishington, because
the city was , then fo of spies, constantly en
gaged in transmitting information. to
garcl,, so that the advance on Buil.Ltrukby our
troops was known at'llarrasaai long before the .
rear damp reached' , the rebel outposts., Then
Washington city was at the mercy of Jeff. Da v ie,
but hil l . heart shrank from „ this ,
work of its capirlin and 'destruction. He
hoped 'ihe 'work would be accomplished
by the 'ril" ffugtiem of . Baltimore and
o f filF140:; but t hey failed tni antli s ter 'an:-
tiolpations from like oansits.which deterred him
from marching on , Washingtoo; and now, there.:
foret - this i!.bil'ariny of thei:P,Otodmo has proven ,
an entire falfure. Ina ac,OrriPiiithed,,nothing;
and Jailed.in.alLite.undertakings. The mere
blockade of the Potomac neither gave he
It "'ake l iff4 9, !:lo tt r ix r. I ,?Effl e t u l
meriting the "exit - Zees of their army.. On s the
other hand, the'Peciersiftroopir on the Potomac
bared hi:hid - Yeti aVerfthing ' neceasary 'tit
protection of the capitol by preventing the
rehab' ifible all: the:7 l Itsteici
sanguinely contemplateefor thi destruction of
thatmatitol.valhe main body of the rebel army
is nliteatfiolie enciCtied, i b l y (hirer* .
that the rebels are now put , to . ,their ifts,to.
prepare (or its abandonment Instead of. de
fence. This tegqinaticei of .entitiatign on
the Potomac tifrrninataXo :Only the
rebellion as a fp/130'4 , 341e, organization, but
it vtill„,also,remeve,the cause of the ,rebellion.
as art inSuencerany,lorieer to be. catered to or
feared by the loyel rpm, of the land._
Since we wrote the , foregoing, the telegraph
has announced the cheating and 'glorio U ri*
thai J aiienrukts'it 'peitatridtt 'of ilia ‘.rtdria .
tro v i" This result was not itehiaved after a
harai t c:iiiid * battle; not won by the • loot Of
th ( ql4 l 4.9Pga11a4 nlei,N)2o taken tollielkOcill
of by our troops, without,thhig a gun or point
ing n hayonette,.the rebels having, evacuated
their ititin works, to fly inglorleuttly.4thigiet,
approach of our troops. And , we : ventnynthe,
"Betthllirret.A.4 4o . au,44ligo ll Oon will ,Ptov,e
in thhOnatarips, ,as it did at, Bowling Green,,
that the rebels were never hisriperior force, and
that they held their, ground , by ksyjitematio
exaggeratietlof, their nmnbers.- Their inglori
ous flight flaes„ forever the . ignominy of the
southeFri . rebel character as cowardly and trea
sonable 1., We direct, the attention of the reader
to theidettilli of `this 'news in anoihr admin.
CHARM; HENRY norm an eminent lank
ness man and finanger, died, near the city or,
Philadelphia, yesterday morning, of accute
Infiersaticin of the brain. He was originally a
broker,4bnt 'having occasion to visit inrope
somtsayaart ago, he tie favorably impressed the
l eadiug..l4don.and Liverpool capitalists; that
theyointrusted to him large same of money "for'
investrcutin: itnacripsrf ..railroads, navigation
comp#eli i *C. By this means Mr. Flasher, In
course of time, .was enabled to control *any of
our fir Pennsylvania corporations, and laid
for himself a large fortune, amonnting„proba
bly, to a million and a half of &Mars. The
deceased was forty-nlue years old.
Tam Surrnair i Tusu:squirr;of the 9th rust., ,ion- ;
tainsl4 ;very Stogidar and n' very . serious 4:amber
of charges,in the shape of wletter written from ;
this 44y, as to the roalfasiace, dereliction and'
othertmbecoming conduct of the chief clerk in
a certain• department of the stile government.
The official. thus indicated, owes it to himself
and to Public opinion, at once to vindicate the
position- he -- occupies, or the matter may te
ma d e ei4 for an Investigation' by aill;•
gislative committee. -Charges of such a grave
character, as are those to which we now allude,
cannot be pulsed 'over in silence.
Taa Paacit'Cgor.—FroifeptilsOdt badlaitions,
says t~lt~ialomeddri , thiakgat figiehorgi ever
gathered in : O.Arßie
of the intabalvpor this yom. kr,,,far
thing lowAgti 4voitlitllit, 31'6E 4 J660gs* lma
blasted or a tree killed by the frost.
vAcorcres IN TEE VOLtThTTEER ARMY
We have receive& within the last few days,
two vsFy able" oommunicationson the:subjeet
of tier pow ;to AU vacancies m the volunteer
rania:of tlfie army, but e f e . ,,theyare.:not in a
shapes its toAtitgth and tem per fofpOlication,
we nut deellne tin& insertion in the;columns
of thltTeran - , 4ern..i , . - ..50 far c es the atggeents of
thaw; communicags g0;v1 . 4 fulli r r eoineile
with the Writers ; but - from ' their abuse of
prominent men, charged with " plotting to
deprive thecitoltutteevof lall.thelranchises and
privileges he possessed before entering the
army," we most be permitted respectfully le:
gissent. On the subjeckoLthe - Tenancies that
woman. the army, by the casualties 'of
battle tlieravagt 'ditielatie' and resignations
ihdue4ll/ i ptivacauses, we are of - this, clear
opinioa.'tbat ditiiihoeld be filled bythe choice
and preferenoe of the men whose lives and an—
tions are to i*giventap te'thtkilispatill of such •
P° 1 40,440*T0-144,
vleat on the will of one man c is, toe bring the
tirmytinderthe - Controlof a dictatorship which
will eielittlallk?halt, tOtivatii. distinc
tions; and' 1)(1:01 - 110 . COTito by force of . . „
:withiwitich It isinxested. If it i s es t ablis h e d;
the!statetreeks ibrfaith•witit the volunteer; in
contract asfiny thit'weit ever en:
titre(' 1 intC - ihi.iolintee'renlisted in th e
serif - ice with; the expressed and implied under
standing that heiwas to:be left in'the choice - of
his OW* offiCerie Iled not tile 'been 'undei 2
stood, tlikousandfi Cof aim Who are ncw. in tile
volnnteer would Win the regular service, in
which even vacancies are notillled aOrtoind
alentc bet are /(410Y r tlie graditioa 'of seniority,
and In extrenii,cases.tri the regular service,
'There flue another Indiscement ; held' out
the Sh*l4oo 6,f who enliaieri in .
thai YOlja"ilr;itgaiSr, •44 103 :4414, .ti at; any.
ca.e, of a 'ilicaricy,. promotion should be made
from'lliartinia. ' itheleas to declare that
if the poiVer: . to 'fill tbhae , vacancies` is taken
from ..the men, :and changed from . that of a
fiaitchhat to .aprerogative, the man .in the
raulOrom which '"promotiOn iihould be made,
hie*d with ,recogeition, and,
however gallant the service they . May, render,
the maohinerY orpolitics !and the exclusive
manner patieheitt I confer
red, will, soon ,mark their distimitiOns in the
army, tandsoon,.forOpinion's sake, those who
realty have merit; Will be refined recognition,
while those utterlr dtitibledtiwill be elevated
1110114 j iA lit b`T h i MfttaiM 4it .2P •
Of airs arrive, orti Victories wil less enic
tive and brilliant, heramie,"however much you
may appeal to khe Ositricithlm of men; and seek '
t° i°ll° ° 4l l vit kii i)l it I, 4eA 4, 4 45144; 1 .
to t oil I thootile
of a0 6 .9i priono Y:lvard4. tin% and:
lietriPthe'isielrta wlttCtl ihey
the state, the cause in irhich they fight soon
becomes'ideetified'i9ith. l thqi - distrust add in
Instice, and soon partiaticii'd their disgrace
50 4 I :lPgne,uce.. Wirgßfe,,Yte trust , that the
state Mimi 'yittli the 'voliin=
pirs. They are en 1114h:Tiiie privilege of se
leafing Ahosew,ho are tO - feild theme intp.battle.
They :enlisted . with kirivilegiondenstood
and elifitiejap eg;wei?t, forth,, not ;with the"
notion that any vacancy which. might occur
from atomise we hate etnimimiihdirwould be
filled bY Who'n , ere' oblepotigeable and In
cotopetent, and who, watnardea .on theni to
satisfy , some political, trickery of those who
seek to mike every position in the army a
eoprce - Of prat arid propping to' their schemes
6,untition 7r -they went forth, not .with
these notions, but witirthe assurarsoe . that all
vscsnc%sc Vicar* wore oriirigalli
Cllds/ 7 n BT TOO 4 ;4310111 Tki MON wawa seen OR
mass VIIAT TO OOKKAND.
We deem this much 'due to this subjkit, and
the writers of the communications alluded to;
and we.deeniffilWilnirto litefelrnteer i _who
is *distant "figfittii ' the Of 'hie' Conti*,
thus to defend his rights, and thus most sol
•eninly to protest against any legislation which
seeks to curtail the franchises -of- an' Arn i e rioan
citisen;' Whether' he. is tuitnuirllefl by.tboregu.
lotions oftuilitary discipline, oirwhother he is in
camp, subject - to all itsvigors - and obedient to
all its force. :AS Judgment is still the same,
.his skies of justtice equally as 'strong, and
manhood quite as predominant as that of those
who seek to make the voluntair entirely
pendant on the will and control of legislative
anti executive political in4itino437
" IX)ltiLil 4 ll - "UNION SINIMINI!"
We have not the least doubt—indeed the
evidence Is abindant of the fact—that with
the advent - 143'4:1f our troop, there is manifested
attachment,,tohhe 'Union, hitherto re
pressed, but finding volge.and utterance when
our flag is displayed and backed - by . a military
force. *nob . of it is urognestionably'racrire,'
'but thei valve of a Union , ; feeling ~thus aroused
is questionable. :It Js to be fronted for , what
it is Worth',.but we may well doubt whether; in
mild' 9 1 0 6 ; It constitutes
theiiiektetkitikiePt anthdrity in the
Lure- The Unionism which has tamely ac
quiesced in the usnrpation of the conipiratore—
wl4 hag rentained "dormant while the .
- gigauthrielielllOnhas been in the height of its
poger- and audscity—which Was contrived to
rialto& unmolested by rebel scouts; everywhere
sa k t-Orig for thgperlons arliortiper tycif Union
men the judgment,, of charity . be
honest, but at best must be counted cowardly.
Since the sioorld'atoodVtime . servers have been.
"tidtattooln ti to the 1 , 44 of
sue:b ‘ men:gs Oitve - 4cohnson the same trust that
wegive the dm* of- the heroio Andrew John
son, also offeoriessee: loyalti in the hour
of our ecountry*P•4l,,, must be lake!) for, what
it it worth:: If, 'as se are •told„ Andes is pro
bable true, a majority of the people hf Tennes
see *et's !bill' is favorfavor of the Futon,: the mole
detefti**4 paesiye, hal€ jiearted, loyalty ou
twilr part which permittia the conspirators
to ',sweep the state by an apparent majority of
fife ; szry or iiaten#:!thataiiiiid for treason
reV i olit.7Tiiet latent,, crtferossf loyiiity as of, as Igro .
tle,:e,Coount as the allegiance of, the !Wiest of
e f iirili:thtr o ti lt:tipla
I k:fs i 4
. ; acwould give:oggiltleedacerityt Od
contrary was proved or palpable—would
p ennovivania Wad ettiegrapt), tOti:t
even treat the penitence of rebel priliggyp gni
unaffected and honest, when it witkiivinied-In
"wordsoneet tor. repentenoe." Coixonon
se* reyolta ai l the idea ohalllng ae good and
i 4•,1 : • •ti
trOtt-worthy clekenta men whose adherence to
tlifgoverninenov . aa suspected or whisp
eia until 4ur krins wer4iilumpbaut, and who,
it!nk ay ; . , 1 11 3 reasonably believed, were no lets
°impla t to,* rebeltanse while that seem
to be prosperous.
In the time of disorder, convulsion and:in
surrectione.that. epodes. of - is
,If less peoitivaly : gangers!, no
bar Aveoingitditlon of Yesterday.
4 70111 :
Manassas Evicriaiea . by . ihe
The Stare.aos tripes_ .114 . 141* Over
Air dal* AT FijklitlttliONUE:
The Intel&paw asserts this morning, , p6SP
thiaY, that'we ' .t,:buriPeatitai`ithe - : att)Y that
the rebels haye evacuated !immolate, ' and ,
that the' nein' his been 'resolved at heia
Wassitauni, Karair:ll,danaksaa luta been
evacuated by , the Teba`fri, and our foram :haie
'taken pendefal'Onasindiis6t l The talagiardr fkan
Fortress fdorkroareports everything quiet there
aud at Niiiipbrt Ng!M.
I There has been no other news of public in
terest reeetved this morning.
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.. ..;.:11 fli!,;;:
- fewaxi) . Dievera6
WASHINGTON, March 11.—Reliable detai! of
the eiv(c4tinii:o - VMivilviiineitao itq 044ep i ajiliPi
bY Our troopv, have not yet been received.
The, ofiteial announcement statee,.tho the
itatiVe i finAitiatione Were
thi4Pmeibl? I ? 4 ,ne.d-Py 94A
09 41 IC .311. CY/51
MA% OP UNION NON FROM
f. Ir-71 1 ..T-
Great Excitement and DMtreui Prevailing
thaeitei ., llt ' , r
BE OBE T, IF TO 1i'.01.118-S;.-
The. Conditiot of' Thlitii no Battik;
The 'Bitr — ohig of exii City Adroostedl $ll
- Lest Resort.
Gen. Beanregard tExpeotedto Take
Command at-lalend No.lo.
• - : t .t
No' Further News From ,tite-lattle at litgar
, ! it re.
A special dispatch to '•the - Datwavg, from
. !' Two Union men reechahere Loin New Or
to-day. They left that city on the 28th
ult., end by careful traveling, were enabled to
get eitin. safety. •
Itothspeat the winter to New .Orleans, where
the greatest excitement and distzeseprevas.---
TIO aPPwioheitte t. 40 Fitt.9 l l the %oath are
pretty writll:clefenM4 . i, ,Wenortlg,._ he fortifica
tions run ' hick to, Carr ollton.
The only periona In the; City not regrdally
enlisted'are the JeWs.
The city is alsO Union
and at least. twelTe thousand ok*ill'heloag to ,
these clubs. - -
The condition'of things was -Ab 'hjAter. tri
The Appeal 'of the la 1: city adyb atea the
betningiif the city tie Wilma'Mal l ; bat the
or:has lamed a tlg
anj-perion the hp*
shall be Immediately
• tftusegartf life 4ldidii; '641: Waa‘e*
,pwitealci bike corrimitild ~O_
* large number of try ltfetrit't the
fort of tb l fititi %lOW in
of def e at :1. • -
to farther deV,
'lla)leeli* despatch relative'to tin') hjittle
Sugar Creek, Arkansas &is fet Neal receliad.
idARICETS BY TIgIJIGELpg.
ill/Lummrui March ,ll
Flour dontifines very - dull; and jiiieei are
declining ; there is no shipping' demand;
mks are confined to the tants•of the, trade st
$.6. 26 ier supelflue,.6 l B7R46 60 fok
and 6:65a0 for .familr and'.fancy. • 'Becelpts
.moderate; no :change flour or Meal.
Wheatisin , better:demand, and 8,000 bus.'ef
red sold at sl= 88 for Peim'Et add wresk , rn; and
2 86;for souther, ;white:4s sold 'a 1 40441'45.
Bye sells on arrival at 740: 1 . Corn :isdulF-skles
of 6,000 bus. yellow at 68(06; and.l,ooo-bis.-
whitdat 60c.. Oats are dill.;at ;87a88: - Cof
fee; sugar.ahtt molasses are:unchanged, • • Ness
pork Is firm at .18 160%14; per • bbl. 2 .Dewed
hogs baye.advanced to 61®611.- 800:tieree3 of
Laid 'sold at 81441,81 e: Whisky is selling at
254®26 and drudge 24c: ..;
' - • - Nsw Your., March 1L
Vlour..bearyoutd; sales ef 5,600 .barrelo at
$5 t so@f, 430 for -*stet, $5 80(45 95 for 'Olito,
an 4 s6tBo®6 104:forl Bootitern.. Wt eat de
oligia, •03oru-.dille, isles - 20,000 •biehele it
69(0). - .: AChicago beef machined: .Pork.ilulli•
dr d. Hoe steady . Hard taletratlVA:
Nir kp h :di:d o 141.26404 aeceipts, , :Our-
I% ligrelliv , Whoot; . 9; 6 T
LIM POIMIESS MONROE.
The Gunboat Whitto Hall gecident
ally by Fire.
The Steamer Minnesota "Safe and at her
THE ERICSSON BATTERY MONITOR.
TEE MU AND WOUNDED IN THE RECENT
Mi' BATTLE. =
• The gunboat White Hall toilitlO at clack
• I,2 c e •
this morning,; and %Lai ..tilktftlft,;( l 44 o Y4
Three'ef' her gea; WhlbWitfere all ishotled,
weal& at, intio4l4. one ' War in
the air, several ,in , various
directions, doing no damage.
'Vireether ; gna. , -.wha 'aped :by
. the `harbor;
The Minnesota ,was not afloat when
ported in my letifftsiftinWay.. ',ger ere* bit:
OK, been 'tent 'or blioit,•lier grinswhrerapiked
.preparatory to. her destructioth whair; - 'l4„the
ex/40'00=-04A., litiVo,.;6l' the SpWaieing,',sbe
vial! gaily got Off Viiiinetlie fesii;
med her usual position kettle' entrance 61 . the
-and *tie bleat eheired tur'ske
liiished the various vessels in the, harbor.
number of gentlemen went on
. 1 1 061 . '.11 4.1 '1 1 . 11
She does not appeat'iiiiiiiii'deliteo ; fii
and is se ready as ever fcr another"efigageikent.
- ,hfriteri iiportakin the higheit
terms of her " perffirroterees; 'and think they
might, haVeidestrefecr the Merrimac without
mucli u ditfienitY:if, they had been allowed an
ilis3ll-06*.hillinalclo arrived this
afternoon off thaireirtdn'.lfo news . `Three
officers on board the Congress were 'killed, Llent.
Jui r toting,. master
Tho."lidere; and 'wait piltit"Wer. `R '—
Capt. Wm. Smith , whp, until; rebantly
lerred, commanded' lhe'Congress,- Wes unhurt.
The Mbet.iecentlatirnate of the number„
ed is' "fifty,"twentY-SeVen - sent galore,
wounded and forty were taieh prisoners; not
including, any officers.. So far as known Mas
ter's' mate, Teter ,Hitioa ' and may
be among' the prishilbvs: beitifd - "the
befland, the Rev. Mr. Lenhart was
drOwned, and the Master's-Mate John M. liar=
ringten was ' ' "iithel::,officeire were
lost • arid 'none - are td" be 'seriously
wounded. But few of the wounded on board
escaped to the shore, ,, and the remainder were
drewned. — Thti wholes rusk it(Rrobtibly not over
one hundred and fifty." ,
On the White . Hall, Andrew ..blehbit, - thttd
assistant edgitietk.Roheit Watigh and 'Charles
seamen; wereldlTddi" three men were
wounded'Ott' Ore4k6b . ',` lint "none killed:
The Minnesota had six men killed andstieti
teen Wounded. ' ' Ske `reeeiVed large nember
of htietearid waii`WhiUridditid: ' - '
The Roanoke received'irivo'shOtic tieing
dainage. No casualties occured on board," -ex
cept thefalliOg . of • amen fiora the rigging.
aTER FROM EUROPE.
OF THE iTEIIII.B - 11P NORTH
• -• •• • :PortkiLifin'Allarchlr:
The steamship North itmeileiiii"bas'ved'
7 1 14 Lir/9991 papal* of the MO-, and advicia
t4kiegraphOf the nth.
Th 6 MIMIi f cotton 'at'Live`rpoot`for tti4 week
Vie §4,000 bales, the. market closing firm and
unctnin ' *eke all and on
t oxpoo, Fob. 28.—Consols for money 981@
Thapapers,relative to the souther blockade
baa bewsubmitted.to Parliament., Earl Ens
ued* in a letter to Lord Lyons,
dated the 1/sth
of ; February says, that, the fact of .ships having
suocessfully inn: the
_blockade,' dont prevent
tbti blockade-from:. being effective, and:argues
that ...a-neutral. state „ought to execute. great
bibition with regard to.a df facto blockade, and
ought not to disregard it unless the power of
the blockade is abused.
Th bnli9on.ln :the 13ank,..0f England. has .de
The unemPloyed laborers at Lliverpool had
made a demonstration, but were peaceably dis
persed by the police.. • .
. . THE LATEST .
Penn, Feb 2* --Tlte r Aminions.
thiktlf: l o: o 4iCingtP4 4 .olnleP4 #l:ltingprsparen
in southern Itilifor seat spring ., ,/tewtionary
bands are Organising at Trieste, i Malta And
Itotne, and will disembark eimulteneonely at
several points on the Neapolitan. cottet:
no7-PressflifiyEl that. France has sent .orders
to' the Commander of the Naval station. at
Chloe, not to, permit , the repetition of . atroci
tie* dimileall Ici _those committed by the rebels
at. the Cliptnie - 9£1.1£69:' 'Die Englieh tev
ernMent will send' Sbrifditi lastinctionii.
I . l.taLcie At. .#,PrhO garrison Of ..714,01t.
folOihmthe example 9£ the garrison at. Neu
pliihne reyeltea m , t is believed. that the in.
se 4iim it t . gaupg willlnild ont. ,
47,gOilano.f. 0 1 0 1 . 12 0." - .481 1 OriG9110A.:
Tban :Appel/a dee Piennrkug tP•retYinAtko. Prgege:
number of insurgenls will soon be', consid
ers,t Ily increased. - Toe insurrection is consid
etta u n rr t,
'liiii ' nhe'Jt might' Influence
s ' of 'in Turkey. '
-iVeb:TEi-Thiiki-clidateatnimT erlshlirilVed'at pliichth. It ice'' Vi
no# h - 4:osger"ieil iidttalak: wt r d. : itttad.iii : ti„t4 : t l ,Ect : r
Peel ifid the ffor.'We Vovpeiare
exchange offices in the Cabinet. . _.
The '.%/iiik Pails coriesPoneent Saykthat the
=Fitment consequent on .Prince liepoliOn'ii
spesChls'incletudifig. - • •,' - - ,
. The Di* Nees iiorrespdriderit Sari that ft'is .
rumored that ,, the: serious : ;mania beitAveii the
E ' eroit and, the Corps Legislatit pn the subject
of put Palikads Dotation. IS likely to end in
co promise,r..the,House,yoting hid' a Atte pen
.llio f 80,000 ifrancs, and , the government con
senting not to have it made hereditary.
• J -
Buettner ancillgtilthail'ln Clese'etinfine
went at' Fort Warren.
ens. Buckner and Tighlman were yesterday
pnt' fn eloed onfmement •ht-Fort Warren. The
region for this is not stated.
• • theLf3i Okra-0 0 6A 8911 ti4lieiir this - 140 .
liseitt 'of any oyes aftee'ltiiri4T, - .240:W
uotitifiEyAotiiiirititirOkiditY fate t' talit . intifidriv -g tei g lidioaniqizt th 28 frt
;, filcirrq 12, 1862
Ftiimmiz BioAtinr, latiftli 10
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= Wawa:arm; 'Merohl,l
XXXVUth Congress—First Session.
HO - 0:13F, OF RIIIPMENTATIVREIr
.it- , ...
Wean:waft, Tuesday, Mild 1 ► 11.
lir..l,leksa, (N. YVntroduced jail which
was *tired to the cutlimittee of ta.‘hole on
the Otie of the Unit*, for the :tililithlishment
of a falional fouadry i lt ChicagU;;lll nose, and
at Pittsburg, Penney nia, and itt Poughkeep
sie, New York, and 1 the fabilcation of can
non and projectiles for the government. It
proposes an appropriation of half a million for
- haViwnweres. , - '' - 'f - '_ - _: - -- • -- - - 7.:."±" -
Also, for the establishment of a depot for a
salt petre and powder factory and magasin' e at
Indianapolis, Indiana, and for a powder factory
at Trenton, New Jersey, and appropriating two
hundred. &chinas for mcti. F
ht n jx. C(4/6414tintraNerat a iliflOittiri
the establishment of naval depots and"navy
yards an Abs,P4mv- AitefFir49 tN1F 0164 9D9 17
mitten on lake defences. •
Mr. Wamos. (Vt.) reported (mid the Com
mittee on Printing a resolution which was
- ad. Pted; ifiitt there ter printed^tor the use of
the House, 50,000 ccipieli of WitelliiiiitOn% Fare
well Address, Jackson's anti-nullification..prooT
lardattori,gad the Declaration .of Independence.
The House concurred in the report of the
•OoMmittee of Amfaterice on. the ;disagreeing
amendmenteto the Legislative Executive and
Judithd APPrcPXi4I4 I 4 - .14/.1._ :
Surasee L _APAk u - Susses
on Ways and, Means, the bill tci t eq
tc.b444 Denver:city- •Befer
red :to the committee of, the whole on the Eptate,
The Epealoscienionneed, that the !altit',heet; I
nee Wert) tie the niOtka to poetpone,.ttail
.Thttzedey, the re setaintroatt.od yeatf.miey
relative to emancipation. -
Mr. Carriwanici, asked , Perlogallea Ae•
mete a statement, , ,
Messrs. BMWS alMtViiiilat 03 1 Z) Pliiected
.urdity'S Jetii.4sa pikes un. "Natio& thut,the,
bill published was , not ~tbe one. passed -
&nits,. I have gone to the trbriblir of oiipfhig
the 'bib. ntriiiit - tlifhlindil:o!'tlin
. mitteS, and find it ^ the, won- ;publislind
you paper with:a slight alteration-of theitdril
digs aiit' at 'ydnririii?liOittiO'n'Ot'the - hlllpAnit
thereby, arousing litishiess.ictinuAnnlty to,
- hike care of their inttirestautlitst permit Al
I patted swindllng'SlitiP trr'esibirixOtieir
to coiitradi*•; - ,10,04#0ie • Sae' Is . thdbill'
as pad ihe 11%46.14*; , .
'AN; ACT to-incorporate- :the liarristrarg-' Ex
change andllercantilAcompany. , - •
tt L :Bs trWablacliby & tabs aid:l6iiiik
Cf. Si s sutaePorthi , cbionagatida eptimie
.in General' l4sWithlkitit; , Wet- is delft 'eh-'
acted by?theissiMW*o of the . .same, - • That . Thrum's!'
H. Wilson, °eerie' S: mul`J &Mittel
associated with theill;'theirliebiand asiiptbe
and they are ketebrarectedintO irbod3i 'pelltiO‘
and corporate under the name, style and , title'
of the' . -
05131 1 41 0, 40 r the firlielifil=bn3rillesellthit acid
exchanging gocidk:wiliesraiid iniccherlise; a n d
for the improvement of thejfabilitied for trans
acting sixth busirieis ;they rntifricakildadvanCest
on all manner of personal property, wigch'toro ,
perty, together ' , with 'property of - 'other!
ldAd obtained by pintliiiK tradvor tie*
UMt dispoMPeat'pitblivor'irliaie'sale,lat sack
tin*w and places; in =the aye? •Thiriisbrirg•
tag may- wkich natuathey l .-
- 0 9 i
' lxi :s l4 pi
tl !` t i 44
the FL__ _
Mission of isse per cirrithii f,,andlit. litlaii ilea,.
tioci to Brit` ri ' 'corporations are /labliefar'any
purpose whatever. t_. _ t 1.1. J. ~..
S i m 4, That this charter shall cordial:Min
fall force fikkthe' tam Offifteed;jiaariteoid lair'
datp oflitirtildialm tailetki 'citihded'hy' an at
of the Wislatiirc i zaul the -Letislatare fernivart-i
the rightto amend, alter or repeal it a t ri v ii y
"ti in such manner as shall not '., hi ' I
to' o dal& cumpadq• or.jmy txm
-mhin-th' "' ,",'
41 1 ,11:Lti t a •
and ',lira MlLler, sEe' dlujitar,-94* . iini! OnfihikY; °
rim funeral will take plea* t&iiiiiiiiiFeßteddridayi
alto oon lit 3 o'clock, fronthol zweltullwe - Ofthif
lin B r ost aireeWalkivir 6fa d atreetVlld - iekttAeasui
Melia of itieltiztittiteit*itra4 we%toaitend
- witliout further 'intik/ ll '
it* . the
ns litkAket,, „TAIL= A„ Jai, , sped 5l 3 4 106 s
'mo hs'adtlnAiya.' - -
!add irlift*trphs":36, T Iday ittionitiot at
two i o clock, froG 3 iN kite residinde 1d r•othialte#,
to, tha ndatirea &nil Mends of the ate fel
spec , 11 idst:4l,6 2 oooitigma• Whatl-WA
. ' libUrflingtfati:
tANTE.LK YOB • RENTis: geed.- mew
efum abed dwelling home. Address With &NW
Von; t. 1. 011 14. , Yor:74,
SEEDS I BEERS I . SEEDS I; 1..
JBl% reoeivedaod for eale.at , the Agri.
srultursi Starke; 'treat, the
- LARGEST STOCK‘: , —
of Math and genuine Garden, Miner tut&
the State out aide of Philadelphia. Gard*AVesdreit'•
• • 4...
`to • anahl oa be
lor* cents anywhere else, and in bulk At prim whist'
edam! be under sold. Also AgricultursAabd:adertilaul:
basal Implements for the noon. I Initenttent4on to
ley. AWL. DAVID $ 1
1 , 1 .1 1 .*
mill wBtd2iF, ' *Anti
'• ; RECRUITS: — WONTED.
O . OT. WM, E: SEtS will imilatti ti"
idayß to receive recruits for Oompauv,D ileventh
tkgieent,.,now stationed at Annapolis, •MC 1407 It
the Rareiteiiilpit t el f B. G, Peters, •litttrieestratii. •
104 BUILDING LOTS ' FOR . BALE.
E tirthscribe; offers :forisale_,l - On AellUil
Ti rivoroble to pittWAORP% OteriluP44. 4o 4 kql.eAtilof
watiqualy situated 10. the oorttl•westorn a d , „pot P i .,
°I . tht 91V. o,"fflatrikborg. Penn Wye n'
Illtreetti"Rattg Wein* kitt'oettitia -a •'• lif
l!ntook,l•lbidwAncrantutaelread, Alm ast:zicbtirg
7r% i iiTlL uirl zi o intiri iii ditt ie .;
p a or plane are nq • . ,
on Nola street in said city. JMO:T011 •
250 CAULIGER AT AUCTION!
82d.Trside Sale at Philadelphia.
SAS WILL TANI PLACE ON
IIiiiIDRESDAY, APRIL 2cl, 1882,
10 o'clock, A. M.,
At the Bazaar, Ninth and Sa n som Streets,
be very eiterteiVe
and complete, comprising at leaat
• • 9.150 VARRIA.GrES,
from the bast adanufeeturere of tbds City and Warnin
torn, Delaware, moat of which, will be warranted. g
.11n11 partlenbue am! be Mind in future 21,iver.
nub:Leits and Oabilognetr:
The Anetionear reeiectfalar inaortoces that this win
be the hugest Public Sale of Carriages ever held in the
City of thlladelptda. Invoices to the amount of 825,000
$5. are already Immured, Mr. literrlek's alone anLunts to
The Carriages TM be arranged arid open for emu/lea
tion sevens! daysiireirhhas to sale.mhieh au positively
take, plate on the above day; aßthont regard to the
Easkther. a Lb`slLD M. tIERRNE3,,
L odt.—On Friday 'March 7th, a lan e L
Watch Chain, With CfoBB ard lociPt tod
tTggtMast alta!iTe aka thanks ur 4la,er Ewa a
tibbaraviawd by leoing it At THIS Orficii
ACKEREL NOB.l, 2 and '3 iu all sized
packages. A large supply just received, ass „. 12
warranted as represented for sale b..
• WM BOCK. Jc , a.
WHOLEEIA,LE and RETAIL DEALER
In Ckinhiellonaiy, Foreign and Demesne Frult.-
11410 ates, Prance, Raisins and Nuts of all !nada.—
Frail and Wish, Soap, Candles, Vinegar, Ta.
ling* &gin and 06 entry Prelim* to general, at the
owner of Third and Walnut, 6treets .
- - .
)61 SEEDS.—Just SEEDS.Juat received a
; invitee of etadoe Garden Seeds—compbi
'treater variety of imported and home gro than og
tufa, ever been offered in this city. Those Who may
45115 to pnretuase, can depend upn getting tha be,:t
the *arid; at their: 3 9l4We end retail grocery store or
WIL DOCK, Je.
TH compliance with the charter of the city of
,Harrisburg, notice is hereby given to the
que j litted voters of the several wards of the said
(illy; that an election for persons to fill the
ittribus offices of the said city, will be hell at
dick following places, on the third kicky of March,
being.. the 21st day of said month, 1862, betweeti
the hours of 9 o'clock, A. M., and 7 o'clock, e,
it cif said day.:
In the First ward—the qualified voters will
meet at the SChool House on the corner of
Pitint street and . Mary's alley, in said city, acid
vote for one member of Common Council, rte
"poison for Constable, one person for Assessor,
one person for Judge, and two persons for In
spectors of election, in said ward ; sad &noel
In the Second ward—the qualified voters alit
*teat on said day at the Smoot House on the
*tier of Dewberry alley and Chesnut street,
!iiikelect one person for Common Couucil, use
ker . son for Constable, one person for dssei,or,
one iperson for Judge, and two persons fur In
iipOtors of election, of said ward ; and School
In the Third ward—the quilified voters will
bidet on said da ff y at the School House, corner
of Walnut street and River alley, in said city,
'and' vote for one person for Common Council,
one person for Constable, one person for Asses
Bar r lone person for Judge, and two persons fur
aid ward; and School
_+r4 1 18 W
. i BOOKS FOR FARMERS.
' inß attention of agriculturists is directed
1 , tiribnifollowliag works, which will enable
to increase the quantity and ram of
thil , mops by adding science and the experi•
merits of others to their experience :
:. Ioi•HEN'S BOOK OF THE FARM, de
toting all the labors of husbandry and
ta best way toped 'run them. Price.... 3 60
CO MAN'S AGRICULTURE and Real
Kexonomy ...... 4 00
TANDSCAPE GARDENING, by Allen.. .1
0 , NARALER'S COMPANION, by Bow- 76
oil IRKS ON PRACTICAL AGIIICUL
tintE, by Johnston ... 50
THE B.I4ERIOAN FAR BIER'S new and ad-
Tarsal handbook, with 400 engrayit gi „2 50
EASY METHOD OF MANAGING
BEES, by Weeks 20
The:Nature and Treatment of Diseas.s oi
ttle, by Dadd . 100
40.: LH% AGRICOLTUB A L CHEMIST IS 1 ~0
" ir H COWS AND DAIRY FARMING,
Gil and' th , e by p r rod nn u t ction of milk, butter,lso
B AND FORAGI — PLAN I S, 4" 60
nch - .... I
1 ,0 kr.I34IAND,BOOK, containing the_,, 4
Orse, the cow, the tug, fowls, &c ., &c„ 01 1
HZ FARMER'S DICTIONARY and Pro-
* , ti' Farmer, by Dr. Gardner . . ........ 1 2 11 5
. . "ZDOMESTIC ANIMALS .., .... 1
FIELD BOOK OF MANIIRK 4 , or
' A. erican Muck Book .. .... • • • .... 1
MEDI HORSE AND HIS - IMSEASE;, byloo ..
, ,Jeinitings 12 6
7,OHATT ON THE HORSE . .. ... ..,.• •• • 00
HIND'S FARRIERY and STUD 1100 E.• - 1
ELORSEMANSHIP and the Breaking and
Training of Horses . . .. . . . ..............
_ Strandard Books, School Books, and T a y . Y e
:thing in the stationery line, at lowest pr o ice! !. '
Li_ BERGNER'S CHEAP 8U0.1.,
NA.ZARE TEI HALL ,
BOARDING SCHOOL FOB BOYS.
ZARETH, Northampton county, Fa'
111 Easy of imams from Harrisburg by railroad to
n, and thence seven miles by stage
Rev. EDWARD H. REICH RG , ,
A ;SECOND LOT of Comic and Seutimen
tal Valentines, at 'filsreat prices.
fob's y SCEIEFFER'S Bookstore
I P AL OIL N ' 1 -
•,, , Natrona, Magnolia Loiter,
. t . 4 1
L' ;v i and other non explonwe brands, for sa,e low M . '
f 6 Crrner Errnt and Mane Wee.
t ..,. ~ j
tgSEE Oranges, L emons, Raisins, .
. - . K.O-11 0 4 its, so., ion moved and for sale by
Corner Rout and eLarket MVO
fetai:i''''L' ' ` . ,NICSOLS BOVNAN,
ie qualified voter
3 for Onx p•ron for
woo for Constable,
e person for Judge,
:tots of election of
pranged voters will
airy of John Foster,
North avenue, and
embzr of Common
instable, one person
or Jude, and two
lectiou of s lid ward;
qualified voters will
in Broad street west
for one per Eon for
&sensor, one pawn
• for Inspecrors of
Atom, the quilided
ds will vote tor one
mkt three perms fir
the Mayor's office,
M. H. KEPNER,