Washington, May 2. The Riebmond JExaminer, of the 30th uit , saya if we hold our owu in Virginia tintil suminer is ended, the Nnrtb'a power of mischief wil! be gnne. If we lse, the South 'a cip:ieity of ref-intance will be bruken. The Confedera cy has ampie power to keep her place in Virginii, if tn meaiiH ure ernployed energetniilly and consistently, and this is the lust year of the war whichever sidb wins. The Examiner, ol tho 30. h, sayw a cnmpany hiis been organized with a capital of $10,000,000, of whioh $1,500,000 luis been paid in. It declines disclosing the csoridition of the enterprH0j but says the companv aspires to grandresultf. It will a fleet at lenst, and there is now every prospect of success.