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Wednesday. Feb. 26,180;2
V. W. IidALARNEY, ti";niitt.
Ciaititgtiii;E, Tenn., Feb. 20.
We have possession of Clarksville. The
citizens alarmed, two-Ahir4s,of them
xiireas:ed . my views
and intentions to ,the Mayor and
JnlinSo'n; at their request I basic ls
,oitile4.a:pyoclamation, assuring all peacea
bly disposed persons that they maT with
E'stifety re:sume . their business avocations,
requiring only the military stores l and
'equipments to be given up, and hobling
~the autliotitiq - s •responsible that this shall
-be acing without reservaiiou. • •
I left Fort Donelson yesterday with
tfie r Coliefittiga';- Li:uienant Commanding
?,, . •
Phelps, rind the Cairo, Lieutenant Com
manding-Bryant, on an armed. reconnois
-,sance, tritighig.with 'me Col. Webster of
the Engineer `Corps, and Chief of Gen.
''Grapt'S Stair, who, with Lieutenant Com-
Mantling Phelps, took possession,
.Itroisted - she Union flag at Clarksrille.
A Union sentiment manifested itself
Ili we came up the river.
The Rebels bare retreated to Nash-
Dille, havingsetAirc, 4,444, the.remork
t.trances of _the eitizeus, to. the splendid
•railroad brid ,, ;e" across • the Cumberland
.', I return to Fort Donnelson to-day for
another gun-boat and six ; or eight mortar
boats; with which I proceed up the Cum
berland: The Rebels all :have te , ror of
gunboats. tite Of them, a short distance
Fort Donnelson, had previously
- orecl,!inir9o rolling Chill, belongitig to
the Hon. John -Bell, which had been used
by Rebels.. A. IL FOOTE. .
•giARKSIT.II - .LE; Feb 21,2.8,02.
.ComnOdore Foote. has advanced np the
. Cumberland, with the, gunboats Conesto
ga and Cairo,.to this point. The fortifi
cations on each side of Red River were
destroyed, and the greater portion of the
inhabitants have fled.
White flags are flying in every direc
Uri the approach of the gunboats - , the
railroad bridges over the Cumberland tind
Ited :Rivers were set on• lire, and that
Iled I iver.destroied. The ether Fs
but little datuage'd.
Commodore Foote issued a proclauem
tioU fOr - the people to return to their bn:
There is a large amount of Rebel stores
CHICAGO, Feb. 22, 1802
Four thousand Fort Donelson prison
ers,liave already arrived at Cutup Doug
las. Two thousand more will arrive to-
INDIANA:Poi:Is,, Ind., Feb: 22, 'G2
:.-'twelve hundred of the • Fort Dondson
"prisoncrs . nrrived here this afte'irmon.—
Eiihteen htindied more will arrive to-
Morrow. ' Gen. Buckner and stag and
Capt. Morton are
- en route to this' place.
• •;• LOUISVILLE, Ky.,' Feb. 23i '62.
'''Greo: : Buell left here sever:ll dziy.s . * ago,
and `proneeded. in the direction .Of Nash
vine• Iris :staff leave here to-morrow
-morning for the place of his destination.
= O'u Saturday, Gen. Scott was vominat•
ed to the Senate as ... Minister Extraordi•''
nary ;o : Mexico, wit functions such as he
exercised in the-pacification of the North-'
ST. Louis, Feb, 20, 1862
A : thousand more Rebel prisoners haie
been taken. - ThcV came down : the river
to re•;enftirce Fort De'rfelson, not L:Owing
Oat we had captured it.
Nathaaiel GordenXiCilave-tratler, was
ti - o.'ed
- on' the 22d in the Tornbq Ile
it - 03.121)Q Suicine hy, taking str,ychuine,
but did .not die thus. His execution
. took place:at:an earlier hour than was
first-set down . for, eh account of this at
tempt; but the, arrapements', yore - not
citi)prwise: chang'cd... , - -
FREDERICK, Md., Feb..l9, 1862
On. Saturday niglicat a Complimentary
dinner tendered to . the Hon. Chas. J.
Faulkner, at MartinsburOra., that gen
tleman,' in. a speech, said' in effect that
the policy, of Sete is it had been
dirded,Out s was a. failure, , It had been
accompanied - with an -.unnecessary • waste
of life, the best blood of the South, and
immense petrified" or property. If this
course was contipcd ins, it would pile ruin
Caw Ada, Feb: 21, 1862.
• Two• thousand•'two hundred Of the
Fort Donelsoelplisot!era arrived here this
morning.,. ;More are expected tolliorrow.
DEATH. OF Gev.P.O,NINGToN.-t-Hen.
William Pennimzton, Speaker of the last
Fictuse of ',E;epreaeotatives,• - and*,,formeyly
ideneo ofi,typhoid jevet7,o
kniiday liat; - 111 yt_ais'ofhis'ag
He was. Governor when the celebrated
contest arose in regard, to the admission
of the Whig claimants to :teats Cop
gress ;from New Jerky.
dered the Governorship of 'Minn+ta
Gen. Taylor, and was also sOliei l ted: to
take - office of der Mr:pillaiore: --In 18§9
he was - the' People's -, canilidate"..ft / F Con
gress, and was elected. ,After a long coh
tOt he was chosen Speaker—the last
fice he ever hold. • •- •
No reports from MatiassaS hare
the public for tvecks. • illir t ell-infori
vilians tiara no doubt-;that the irtmerise
army; said ;to beltittCd behind `the ford
?• - .
fibatiorig atlCeutreville,ba§ been gratly
depleted, and large fractions, of it sentito
side. It . i 4 nut knorru flint any attempt
to 'discover the precA r o . factS has' tri64
tundeday ()cr . cacralsi - :
CI73III3ERLAND, Feb. .14 ‘ .
Lander made a forded march on
day, surprising and breaking up,tli
canip at Bowling Gab,
capturing 17 comwissiatied office!!
X4s . ! prirat6, and losing but 2 men!
horse?. Ile led the attack, in pe]
the head of the lstVirginia davalr
onetsthe Ohio Railroad again io
• The Naples borresp'onde . ur of tile Lon•
don Tintr.4, writing. on the 28th of janu
ary., statesl that the Italirin government
has given 'orders to itS offieers to 4fnltili'e
Sumter if Irnet, with in tin: water of the
• • •,-
Mediterran l ean in ease, of a.refusal to give
. GENERALS NOT C i 'vuo:irr.--,Tile tele
egraph mide some serious mistakes in its
first reports of the • battle of 'Fortl Dohel
!ion. - General Pillow! was not taken, 'nor
was: the Qeueral Johnston who 7 l as cap
tured Albel rt Sidney Johnston, as.was' re
ported,' bit one Busliteti Jolinton) of!
whom w.e Le= .nothinft . General iAl
bert Sidn'ey Johnston reinains in coin- 1
wand of piat of the army that was recently
at Bowling Green, but now supposed
to hare fq l .llen back to Ntisliville,lor snik
duce, ir .4pt. _ -ey of
Public fe l ling in that city, says,:,"There
is a treat deal of sufferitit , iu - New 'Or
leans. 4.11 the papers : are isstiing'half
si•e.?.ts. exists a lara o e
tnent. and people are beginnipg to L
press tbetr opinions pretty freely; there
is no dutibt that on the, approabh of the
Federalsi the city be s l uilrendered
without any 6ghting."
• Wil.E.imtco, Feb. 13.—The - Cobstitu
tiOnal Convention this riforning:adiipted
1-the following as a section of the article
lon the ffindaniental . provisions of the con.
Istitution; of the proposed new State of
`Western; Virginia, with an understa l nd inn.
that this action should be a settlement'of
the "reed gliest4n :" .L "Xo slam 'shall
be brought, or free . per4on of
into tlf4 state for; perinanent residence,
after this constitution goes itilto.;opera
tiott." his will ensure a large •majority
for the constitntiOn.--
LEAV,EN WORTII, Feb. 13.--Majoi Gen
eral Hnnter made a formal call on 'Sena
tor Lano yesterday. Matters in regard
to the !Southern expedition remain in
stain Qu'o. Lane has not yet relsigupd his
Senato4hip. No moiements of troops
of partiCular moment has taken 'placedi
the lastltwo weelMit The 13th Wit.Con
siti has gone to Fort Scc.t . t ; the Ist Han
sas is on furlough for ten days.'
WAspiNGTON , r . , Friday, Yeb.l2l,
—The following dispatch was t!eceivea'at
HEAD I QUARTERIS, ST. DAIS, Feb. t 2.1,1862. ,
To Majo t r-Gen. IIeCLELLA:
Clarksville. is taken, with' supplies
enough for our. army for 7 twenty days.'
The 'ph ice is occupied, by 'Gen,.
- Gen.! Price being re-enfoiced by • Mc-
Culloch's corn to and7tnatie a stand atSupar
Creek (we crossed into ! , Arkansas on the
18th) and was defeated after a-short en•l
gagemelnt, and anin bed. *ay Rebel
prisoners were taken;and the arms which
Price's; Men 'throw-away in their flight
• - 31sjor-tienteral.o nimakcling.
In well-informed circles it is! . pO4tivey
asserted, that,,GCn. Fretuont - haS be, , b com
pletely vindicated of , all til l chargeS.
brought against, his conduct 9 .the in
Missonri, by the vote of the' oiral Com
mitine of lovestigatia. A ik1:1 . 1:y im
portant commend is :indicatid for, him In,
the far l West: ' - ' r !I'''
\t i I .thilniti ERS 2d Issr.
, :,Etiqctifit.N.4 - T.- . : - Although stsitic4so.
•has imsed'e;irktkhe southern bred* bOre
uob - kb*irning* Rebel cannon,iriftsting
Vtt the stirrinepilentii
crodedlritir44short space give to the
opening scenedigtilty of age farbeyond
its years, _ The!'brave defense of Ander
son and his.galiant- band no longer
he callel3 ti.'Cotemporafy event. , : And,even
other evertsef - a mixer - later 'date, come
-to our-memoryaltuisit . as - it,dieath of child
hood. I.Ellsci94ll,- Lvoti i ,and-Bahmt,-.are
names of thel)ast. kpi in, this ominous
calm that firesag,es. the storm, the mind
sometimes illays=its eager expectancyby
!revertiriii to the openinr , scenes of this,
'darin6. - -
Though a matter of but
. little impor
tance, perhaps yomand your readers would
yet be; interested in learning something
of a small band', of twenty-five or
Potter, :b6y - S. Who: enlisted in What has
been .generally,i ls,nown ' as time "Sickles
Brigade," about tlie first-of July•last•
' Our Ireminisnences of:Canip•Seott, with
its motley erowd'of'citiietis, - laud sharks . ,
shoulder strapiniporters, and new fledg
-1 eil recruits, are! ludicrous in the extreme.
iAll had learned 'to consider guard duty
iasu sacred, trust; hut the looseness of dis
cipline on , Om i t camp, I believe; .gave
,tnatiy,:nersTitleas ou the, subject that:have
not ceased ;to' be troublesome to thjs day.
As an instance of a sentry's fear of the
lifters, that were, I will mention an inci
dent that iltecnied'a day or'two after our
!arrival: Walking near the lines of the
camp I came upon d tine looking. son of
!the- "Faderlanci promenading up and
I down his beat with an old rusty musket
!barrel !minus stock and lock, and with
about Six inches Of a broken bayonet af
fixed to the end, thrown across his back.
This exercise Was evidently much against
his inalinatiOU,l for suddenly - stopping, he
flirust) his! Vetior,,hle weapon into the
grouud in art upright positien, thus ad
dressing it. ' ,"There, inustret, I have
stood guard .mY hour not stand your's;
anti lai6l) , = a double quick over the hill,' :
he was soon inibibingfreely at dlow grog
shop hard! by.- , But this ltiOse.4aine, 'of
playing smiler; was suddeuly brAglit
1 a close. !The. sad story of the 21st of
July put A new face upon afrairs, Wash
ington was in ,danger, 'McDowell's force
was disorganized, the three monthsl men
were leavino• mimes, and others
nitist take! their-places. • The order came
from the war department for the forces
already organiied in the north to be sent
;Torward. ' ThiS included the lieges. at
Camp Scott, and although. we were.not
uhifortned, l '' ware undisciplined and but
poorli , arnicd,.' yet the Sickles Brigade
"was ready'' and were among tho.first at
the seat Of'Svar. Could the 2d Regt. as
it then Ives, be. drawn up side by side
with the Regt. now comManded by. the
jgallaat Cu!. Geo. B. Hall, I think that
any one Would be obliged to acknowledge
that six months can accomplish much id
Itransforntinz the citizen into the soldier.
I Our pas Sage to Washington was mostly
devoid of interest; but one little in.cident
occured that breatly amused rue at the
time. .All, of the way until we reached
the INlaryllaud line, the people seemed to
look upon us more as heroes returning
: from victory,, than as raw recruits who
!had yet to fight their first battle, this
Iconductwe of, course attribute to its true
scource iz : the patriotism of thepeo
pte• aftor eroSsing the line this outburst
of feeliml , - suddenly ceased; and we'saw
no more jof it until about midway from
the Pa. line to Baltimore we passed a man
j whOse fdelings Vurst out as fire from a
smothered volcano. He was stunding
lon the ,:pitizza of his !Muse carelessly
1 watching the approaelling,train, when,
, suddeirl3:, soothing about it attracted
his" attehtionl • betiding eagerly forward
lie scrutinized its living freight for-a mo
meat, when, drawing himself up•to . his
full height, he uttered..a•whoop, heard
shrill 'and clear above- the noise of-the
train, Mid ' then as 'if! his whole system
had :beertlSuddenly- charged with 'electric
fire,' he! went through a'series of panto
mimic feats 'that 'would have defied the
concentrated power of a dozen Fourth of
JulY's tO have produced..
On arriving to Washington I was struck
I with th e e- feeling of, feverish insecurity
!that prevailed among all classes of peo-
I ple. rind it 'seems to me that there was
I reason or it: That the Rebel Generals
!did not then Strike home, and inflict a'
blowun the forth that would have Divem
them the right of recognition ' abroad,
proVes that their II igheAt.true3Rwas played,
and thd result of the game nierely-u 'Bal
i ter of t+tie . . . .
For - ontlis 'We lay In'tlie vicinity of,
1 Washit t Oen %ntil that mighty current of;
!norther Men that set to the south after
the ;31eroljuiy'Was marshaled- into the
;impel :columns of the "Army of the
1 Potomac," and - the 'erfivas noi? onward. I
I .Tlieu, ris: the force on the Virginia Side I
made tine..seCond advance ',toward le'e'ak
burg and Fairfax don't:House; the Na..
ryland diVision under:Brig. `Gen. Joseph
' Flookeri, including ! Sickles' and two other
brigades : of
,infantry; . tog Othe r. with ;mil
levy and cavalry, moved down to thelosver, ,
Potorna'n to, !watch ..the .euemys force on
the ; opOesite side: At that time, we:ex
pected to cross the river lo.a day, but it
see m s' the ,pciwers—that be, had ordered
otherwise ;. - . and although we - have been
fori over Abide Months in sight: of Ahe I
rebel - forces on. the other side, and•have
grOwn Ifamiliar • with' the syinpbony of
boOininlg:cannon and bursting shellsi-yet
we i have not yet had-a crack at ti: live Se
cest. - 1 11f:there iiaiiy dependeneelo be
placed lin present"indicationiv loweveri-
L 0 en
we shall soon see which i ittrii.,_
,atitherif - chivalry; '4/20).07 3
Ye have: passed thretigh, rover - fifty
• I • '.
and have -been once cz tnicto,Outeuty-five.
gr thirky.,milaS interior;.,
1 tles - e - inar'olia I haieleerc.fereibli4ilak
with - - the difference betWeetirAhis And,
northern communities. IL, : -•
The princiPal prodUcttons • are Corn, .1
tobacco and 'wheat.;--the-land is naturally
fertile!bitellieiisterir of ; •fartiting Pt:trine&
soon renders itt almost worthies's;
bciDioisation -ivith the ortetier..
wh - ere we - mre encainped,i'he- told. no that
two years ago'he,paid. five dollar per acre
for. it but that he could:not:raise enough
'to pay the cost of 'cultivation:
,CaSe. with .thiisatidS aeree,. , laying
aloni"ithe bablis of
wooded ..and watered titt,d „within:- a few
hours 'of Washington byeteattiboat. -Thia
would] not appear quite ea. bad' were itno t
that a few farms the ViCinity..united
by Men :Of northeritAirth and.ei4etprisei
and. cultivated-with. free:labor, are fertile
in 'extreme, and shent , in;,t more bold
relief the defects of, t hg !••
The intellectual coPclithin 'of the . ppetkle
is low:in the extreme.: )t
. baS, heon - ,My
'fat tuno io meet but two epecitneas of :,the
real slaveholding aristoCrat,.ai the =St,
of this class have either voluntarily joined
the rebel army or have been obliged to
flee td wore congenial quarterk.to escape
the Consequences of their treason; •set
that the t - tnos,t we have Coale in contact
with are of the middle and loaqii class.
Their ignorance 'is perfectly
It is a common . .reniark, among' the sol
diers,i that the slaves are the most:intelli
gent Class they have met in the country.
In !"-all our marches;' and; S6outings
through the State I have seen, ;but two
churches, and not one sehool - holise.
Although;this is naturally a tied coun
try, yet it:has been made one 'of the
most God forsaken 'places 'l' was !ever in
llopiag you will pardon' the protanit4. I,
will close lip repeating; remark of one of
my. eoinrades,- made a feW days ago. Sit
ting with his hands clasped over, his knee
in a' brown study, he suddenly exclaimed,
'By Ilea' ens, I have but,one, blijeCtion
to dying here, I siMuld miss the 'resurrec
tion, fur the Arch 7 Aners.trutap 'never
will reach Charles Connt,y."
:AN Ace of Pitoettess.-This is truly an age
of progress, and one of . the best evidences lye
have of the fact is the appearanceiniour midst
Of that heathy. pure,. unadulterated article.
D. B. DeLand & Co.'s chemical Saleratus.
This article we can With confidence yecom,
mend •to ottf -patrons to be just the thing
which it claintSto he. Gets paper'and, prove
The amount of wholkey niannfactured
by the distillers of tfie -United- States,'
reaches annually;' 600,000,000 gallons.—
This! fact was elicited by the investiga
tion 4 of the . Congressional Committee of
Ways .and Means, which. is now engaged
in preparing a list of articles, ithat will
must justly bear taxatiOrt.. It-iS proposed
ttf rake the article of Whisltev,produce!
revenue by , such taxation, but': to this
proposition there is Irina,' fierce and .bt
ter opposition.. We t i rust-, hOW'e'ver, that
a tax' will be laid on each gallon of this
truck, sufficient at least . to create a rev
.not less than four millions of
'The New York [Tema of " Thursday,
publishes General Beaureguard's long
suppressed official report . of the battle of
Manassas. From , Gen.
.13's.! own ac
count, if this he his, me eau readily un-,
derStand that the Rebels were , so intich
astonished at their victory; no'o badly;
cut up, that they could not
admits that it was a desperitte'Struggle-H
victory long' inclining to -our, side—but
the mad panic finally ;decided; it against'
us. Gen. Beauregard • admits 'a loss' on
his 'side of three hundred and !sixti-nine;
killed outright, and fourieen hUnsired and
eighty-three wounded—total ; 'eighteen
hundred and fifty-to. 1:•
. • •
- "BuctiaNamsm."-4t is ri . ot I every
bran who is able to ititrOduce,a'new Word
into the language. • Macadam dtiii Swart;
wont were successful; the first iii respeci
to roads, the second ,a synonym fo'rlar; f
ceny. Buchanan, our late - "veneral
ble functionary," is likely to ~secure a
like renown. The rebel New Orleaira
papers complain of.riblic corruption, or;
1 eanized theft, and a weak, - vacillating;
profitless adwin c istration of-affairs in Dixie,
and call the agttregate "Bnchananism."
A 'vely appropriate word. •. : -c., -
...—....—...•..—......._... • ,
At a Review in New Orleans one lac
reoitneht. officered by- negioes, •appcared
1 in the line of march: .! The New Orleans
: papers proudly record 'the fact that no'ini-
I vidious ' distinc;ion.s, ••waa made., between
!the white and hie* soldiers, -as they
paSsed the crowd of spectators., ; Of course
not, as they were then on their way to
battle. The distinction will occur es they
return from the fight, when it: will agaib
1 he jestablished by master amia,slace. ~
' LEAVENWORTH, Feb. B.—The Lower
lieuse of tbe Kansai'Legislature, by ;ti
vote of sixty to seven, passed:a fesolution
re4uesting the President to, appoint Lade
a Majer C r eneral, and give filth command
°lithe , Southern Ex pedi (ion.
billi has_been fotrodtieed in Congress,
to tax the salaries Of government etc ploy
ceS and. officers of the army and uati, ten
pe cent , which we hOpe will be adopted.,
Tile officers' prefer, this to a reduction Of
their pay in, any other, shape.,l' , 1
With • the. taking: of fort ! tfenry and
Donelson the United States fig floats to
sit the seceded States except , I kississippi.• ,
0 , a ENNl __ N t` a - ' l3 * l w rs ' E _o' : i forcrifes ` ' ' Tg ... le Calls, f The Wit has B egun , A
~ E , 1 . • -... -,:-., : f.. • flan-;age Bair-Teeth .
115r1s - z is dead , frtro klArve!ougulve.i . " -
~ ,,R , ,,1 . tinned owns, Too ,__ B k.
1 : lied at Rositi4e "[slat ..;lls, anitilita , :-,..:.::lathe, and Reaxalgla."" K4l ' 4 , 1. i
g.eakr,ying'away.l4 . lportian of liotli' fi li lei k, ,' 4s, ~'
~ eoutt AT/LLEEY IS .. 1
lid;b e .h as tivOng. ofkcill *i!botitT:`,4en- r. 1 ,,,'tl
~ p. i _11 . .• WIXL., • B. liurd'i 1
nisi Fas a ,8 %, 4,, 4 # . ''*' l ;•P i s,_,,.e , uLr i t"?i d oravTAL TREASURf.
,filni.as editor: l 6f titgßiiil ll 4 l , l ,ld .qn, .4 u ,N7T, ',..''1l :„A'ataplete set of Remedies for .
iind7"suoported, IKs:iveltrehle , tof I re4rITYPZ. iiiFIE t RtNG THE TEEM, PußrEsymf
utiUn Wasbington if Ftraant tipselecteld ~: TS. BREATH AND SIOUTR, and ;
in '056, During Pieit'e's term it :W ag" DERMG TOUTEIA:CIiE AND NEURALGI A.
Secretary of A.egation aisjierlia and at)
Paris. , He Wash great deal of a duelist,
and Clamens-was, we believe, wounded
by a.-pistol ball from his hands. _ YOung.
Ayise was no ioxiard, but a brave and ed
icated.s9unOig4tlie4n, „,whose,44,UPO,t l -
talents were.sadly,pertelledi and-lea Ii a i
to a disgraceful Idnism. "---''' •
The, Rebels ,on ;the:Upper, Potomae are
ruakingi , goo4 i+.of.tlce time, tb,prepare
for the advance ofour evil on the
Mac,. when place.'-They hayo
0061000 ; threir Istvan- ft)/ dn he Pa toe
tin Motintaiti:, covers obe,and ss half
nerds of grehnil. and platforms . ure: • prot
pared for tviotity crutis; - but only fodr have
yet been "tnotinted7 The' pails are, seven
feet high` sur putide by, p'AepP, wide
moat. Its preeise locatiore:4Apprinnii
are InoWn tboler ongineeie°43'utorlivhen
tit a march '
against 'march , tigaipat it
we must at some liindd; it will be atnan ex
penditure of life far eiedicling What would
have been called for had it beewattaelied
a hundied timeS. during the period of its
-.I DAVIS &I Co;, in their . Anxiety to sa
.: nre foreign reaoguitiont.and.aid,-!offered,
in lieUittherefor,:totabolish slaveryln a
Liven time,'hille theytwciuld covenant at
0, • -, I
price' to:sePuielhe freedom' of every ne
gro child boratin the ~slaie states. ;It is
presumed that, it4i . d offer was ntade'under.
standingly,:as tb - the ability Oftioeiety in
Ole south' to tanbinit to' 'such a change,:
acid~ the willingness also• of thellave•
tire t eder, 'and Owner to tlesettbeirbavest-
Meat in suelit Iproperty. '. Viewing this
matter, impartially, we have reason to be
ltieve that -,livlitat the,,soath voluntarily I
Offered to t the gnvernments of Europe, in.l
? Order to seeurel the solution of theirlpre-
dentionS and. diificulties, the governMeno
Of the United States has a' right to itle-tti
inand before ii t yrill yield any terins Of!
,peace: to the. rebellious intriguers of- the;l
Smith. 1 Ift - the! people of thetsoutliLeant
afford to emancipate their Slaves ,to ;tatter
the abelitiOnists of England- thq should,:
be compelled tO do it by thetfederallov
etintnent ati'a means. of safety egainSt fa
;ure rebelliOn. If emancipation is
_foreign recognition, domestic farort and
•Ifriendsliip . ire Pclually. worthy of the same
measure. t t sotreasonable man will deny
this claim,'Andl therefore as an- indemnity
for the past ar4 a guaranty for the future,
' l the' United • States will be justified in
elaiming, from the leaders df the rebellion
what they Voluntarily t offered to European
.1 , -:
loverninents±-entancipation, in a'-- i7i.ven.
t iime . and fre ) klom to an torn after a
neAotl' named. - --'
i THE PRESIDENT RETURNS THANKS
iEOI3. LATE „ VICTORIES.—The President
land Commander-in-Chief of the :Army
,and Navy, retiorns thanits to .134-den.
~andi Flag Officer doldsbiiro, to
Gen. Grant arid •Frag Officer Foote, and
the land arid: naval forces under their re
spective ecnitnands, for • their. gallant
achievements in the capture of Fort lieu
ry and. Rontilie Island. '
s i,ilt be no ordinary pleasure
'for hicp tgacinowledge and reward. in a
becoining'inanner the valor of the living,
he also redog izes his duty to pay ; honor
to Cie galtant dead. , i
The eltar t ie i at Roanoke Island, IP:e the
bayonet charge at 'Mill Spring, !proves
that the clatie grapple and Sharp Steel of
1 loyal ;and . P.Oriotic soldiers inugt :always
pUt rebels.and traitors to flight. !', • •
The last 'ac devements of the navy show
I tthat the 11;ag f the Union,., once born.in
proud, glary; ; round the world' by ''naval
heroes, wall! soon' again' float oyer every
' rebel city :and stronghold', and thatit shall
'forever.be hissimed and respectedi as the
emblem- of 1 liberty and Union,'•iti every
land, and;.upini• every sea:
• By orderief the, President.
- (Sigiaos . . Enwiri /)1. gTiriToN,
i ' - SeorOtary of War.
' '''. i•-1 GlEOlsr WELLES, -
,i 1 ' Secrtary of therlsTavy.
GOVEIiNpR CURTIN, at the presention
of tag,s td Ocil. Williams' Thirty-first reg
iment:, antliCol. Campbell's - Fourth" pay ,
,a, salute ,of twenty
one :guns:; ' The Jiresentation toOk .place
On Satfirilayilast, and was participated in
by several, distinguished gentleman -fiom
this. State.: •i It is gratifying to note the
tact, tbai:G,ey. Curtin hai a held' eit the
volunteersifrom this State, which is alike
the result a incessant toil and 14tilanee
On Ilia Patt'in their behalf, aml on the
part of the; iannteers of the utmost, con
fidence it? the (governor, 1 : . '
I ', :- ' ' - ' • ' ':. , 1
'' EvEltinciDY'SATlSFlED.—These, who
! have reeOrnrnended a delay in the' advance
'of our erlitie, regard - reeetit ,supeesses as
' confirming the wisdpm of, the Polley of
J prudenee , tieJl preparation, - ThOse, on the
eoritraryq , 4llo lave been impatient fel' an
advaricei;inist that it is now denionstrat
led that ''i was on 4. necessary ip;attaek
the rebellion to put` iedowii.
body is satisfied and emnplgeent. I i'• .. L
The Se eters , of', War, * iMtnediately ,
upon the re eirit of the,glorious . news front
Tenn ease sent in ,to tfie•President,the
eerie 007:4:en. (Inuit for prorootion to the
rank 'of ,:341ajor-Eieneral.- 'He warpiao
mOteiiiStie-tenatalCdafiiiiid it::';, —.z..
Dr. • I
Ihertret 'e l Ortilret -4101ITH IF.:1811;1 lo e .
D r. ll ur dt a unequaled TOOtrr PO 1V.DER,160.,
priltleYd's 4 A1V#L1T.4 : 441? -IL au
- Preiersing the Teeth, including DireetionS f o g
tile popes' prCatmetet
FLOSS SILK. for cleaning hetuseen the Teeth.
Prepared at Dr. IlarA's Dental M c; 77
Fntirtti St.;TiroOkln,:( F.. D.
Price, „ONE pol.,LA11 ;; oi, SIX for $5.,
- The,Dea,tal Treasaiti makes a package eight,
inches hylfi l re l hint I ..sein , ;l?}7 express,
„ Full 3irectum..for use.is on eattt arqele.
The 77e can send aepa r:
Th'e Treatise on' Preserving Teeth sent, imst
pn on :,recatpt ,of .Twolve . ,,,Peota, er four
The Set irt,Plaslerr
I race, Headache, said Eirache, !sent,
pnstpaitt, on F.t.,eipt of, Eighteno cents, o r am
stamps, _ . __ _ . • 1
The 4 ,lrejggigia qn4 RAeumatac Plaster.(lar ge
I,S . iz?,) fge ptiios in_tite Chest, Shoulders, Back,
or any pnrt_ of .the I?ody,,nent. post-paid, on
'roce!pt.of.T.hi _rty-Sesen cents . :
Address . .
•! T , ibutte,Buildlugs, New York.'
Dr. Ilurd!s MOUTH WASR, TOOTIT.POIK.
DER, and TOOTIIitORD DROPS cannot-be
sent by4mail, but..they Can probably. be obtain.
at your Drflpi or Periodical Stores. If thei
cannot, send io Dental! Tre:isurY l
price, One !pillar, which contains them.
_ • NOW,
• ARE DR.' HURD'S :PREBA,IATIONS GOOD'!
The.best evidence that they are is, thai, their
firmest friends and best patrons are those who
haVe used them . lon g est. Da. Wittrist B.
- lltraw' is an eminent - Dentist of 'ffrobklyn.
. 54 the-New . :York State Denti;te'
Asaticiation, rind.-thesepreparations hate been
used in his priiate'Practiqe lur years,-and po
lending ,ciltizen of Brooklyn or Williaraoiurgli
questions their excellence, while *inept
Dentists ofiNey recommend thens as the
hest knoiv4 to the profusion. With Ont the
hid- of advertiOng, dealers have sold them . by
the gross. I • . •
• The Eili tpr cif the Brooklyn Daily Time! sap:
"We are hapPy to know that .our friend, Dr.
' third. is sneneeditig, beyond nil ezpeciations
with his Ilontli Wash and Tooth Powder. The
great secret of his success rests with tire fact
that his .4ticles.itre. precisely what they are
- represe.ita. to be, as we can testify from thew
The wellAnoWn P. T. Barnum, writes
.3 our Tooth Powder so: good: that my
family hare .i used.it all up. We find it the
best Powder for the teeth that Wet . ever - used,
I shall feel. Ohli"gsd if you Me:mother
slopplv at•the'llinseum at your convenience,
with the bill." '
But their cost is so sniall that ever' one
tune test the matter for himself
- - - „
Beware of the ordinary Tooth Powders. Dr/
Herd's Tooth Powder contains no'add, not
alkali, nor charcoal," and polisbes'isithout
nearing the enamel.. Use no other.
WHAT DOES DR. HURD'S REMEDIES EFGECT
Dr. Hurd's Mouth Wash and Tooth Powder
will give young ladies that ifinest chafin in
woman—a sweet breath and -pearly teeth. Try
Dr. Hard'a _HOW.. Wash .and Tooth Posykr
will cietsase the' mbuth froth all' foul exhala
tions, and• if used- in the morning, will make
'the breakfast' taste sweeter and the day begin
more pleasantly. Hundreds- of persons can
testify to•this. Try them, gentlemen:
Pr. Hurd's Mouth mash and I Tooth Tor&
I are the best preparations in the world for cur
ing BAD unman and giving firmness end health
to the guini; IDlndreds of eases - of Diseated -
Bleeding, Glims:,SOrg ,Month, Canker, etc,
have been' ured by Dr.Durd's astringent wash.
Dr. Hurd's .`tooth' Wash and Tooth Powder
give an additional charm to courtship, sad
wake' husbands more agreenble to their wives
and. wives to their husbands. .. They, should
be used' by every person having ARTIFCMI ,
TEETH, - which are liable to. impart a taint to
the mouth: _ • •
iltird's oothaehe Drape care 'Toothache
arising from expbsed nerves: T . and are the best..
frhnds 'that parents' can 'nitre 'in the house to --_
save their children frotiftertne and themselves
,of sleep and sympathetic suffering.
I .Earmers anti. Ifeclianies ! you cannot well
affoid,to neglect: Votar 'teeth. Fora trifling
sum; you can nosy get .preser,-vatives, thou
Ihich Rothschild or ...ister can get nothing
better... S e -timber that Dyspepsia and
s u nip ion of thelat ngs. often originate in Ncg-'
lect of Teetlt. Befid for the Treatise on Teeth,
and read Dr. Fitel's observation on this sub
ject- -Ifltoo. l lge to. arrest decay in your own
teeth, save your children's teeth. , '
Neu I;a4kgfa Plasters.l,
.IFeureilyia Wan-adliesive Ploters
are tlse.tnbst pleasant and successful remedies
ever prescribed for this painful disease. The .
patient applies one, soon becomes drowsyfolls
asleep, and viVakes :free .froiri pain, and no
blisteror bther unpleasant or injurious" on
set:peaces ensue. -Tar Earache . and Nervous.
Headacheotisply aceording to directions, nod
relie.f will surely, follow. Nothing can be ob
tained, cqual to Dr. Hurd's ; Compress for Neu
ralgia. 'Try them: . they are entirely a novel,
cuff*, and original preparatiOn, and UV'
dot:fully .successful. They' are of two size!,
one small, for:tbe face; price,ls LentS, andthe
other large, forapPlication to the bOdY,llti_ c ,'
al cents. be mailed on receipt of price an'
ane atanlp.: ; • • j.
;,,• • WHAT ARE IHE"PFOPIE DcIING ,
The American people are intelligent enough
to appreciate, preparatibriohat contribute so
much to the happiness Of, those. using them,
and they;Wani them. Every mail ;brings ni
letters. some ordering the-Tuna - Ims o!. Terri,
some the Necitaiota PaSvcal, cind'not a few
en closing: 37 cents for the Miura Wasu,lo.lr
sent by ; , but So those' we are coMpelled
to'reply;:that impossible to seid'a half
pint bottle by mail., The. people want thee
Iterriedies. Who trill supply atria NOV le tbe ,
• -Shrewd agents can.make a Small retinae la
ditirrleng these articles around to families.. The
,Dental Treasury. ie. that
man or ;woman. can: carry:arum:Oa ~Shlld/i t
one and see, 9. 1 hel,,ter,,a flaxen, whieh
sell as satiiplea`fei.s,T- - WM. 13.-HARO ca-0O3!
." i , , Trikiune,l3 . 1 405 1
'That 'remittances maybe made -with- clink
dente, W. bo. refer to-the:Mayor o,f
Brooklyn rto G.l4'i Fuses:
and Cttizeni' 11.014 Brooklyn, sato:others.'