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tVtt .IKCRSTAND DtCUCATK DIIORDRR.
roa mcritaud nst.ir.Ait disordm.'.
FOR XKRKTANII " IKATK D1S0RDK1X
UtR HKOUTAKD PKUCATt VI10BDRRS.
OR HtVRtr AND lltlKAIM DliORDlRX
10R HtCRtTAKU nll.lCATK DlWRDtR:
10R StCSETANU DKIICATX DlSORJKr .
A Positive and Specific Rsmedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A Positive and HpeciAo Raised
A Pualtlve and hpeolflo Itemed
A Pnslilvo and Specific Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
wnn utiitf igvJ j"ata srtln"
BLADDF.II, flHAVkl,, KIDNKYS, DROPSY,
llLADDkR UIIAVl.t., KIDNLY8 DROPSY;
1ILADDI.K (IIIAVM, KlDNhYH, 1IKOPJY,
III.AIHIHI, UIUVH,, KIDNKYH, DI10PSV,
lil.Amili.lt llltAVI.I.. KIIIM.VS. JMIOPSY.
lll.AliDMl, IIItAVKL, KIIINKYB, DKOPSY,
lll.AISUI'.u. uiiArb, niirnnio, uauinij
CIIUAN1U WKAKNfcbS,
'MtaNI0 WHAKNKtW,
i;UUANIC WKAKNKPK
t.UHANIC WKKNi;Ss,
iJKNANIU WKMCNUSS,
ORGANI'J WKAKNttxt,
A nd all IHvwi V th' tn unl tjryault
And all thviwut h 8-tmU tkgatu,
And all fluftufj f (he trxval Oryan.
And ail Puiue iff the VxaaJ Organ tt
Ant ait LWiMt nf tk Funnt (hgant,
And alt H"i"l J th .VzuaJ Oigatu,
ARISlMi VMU
1 icotwo. llxporn'r""."! ImprudtWitk In Lift,
1 xceMM.Iiipost.rori.and Iniprudftiirlen In Lilt.,
Fxc6Mefl,hiM!iiirc3,riht Impruden.jlofi in Mfe,
FxctBveRtKxitrrftiirei.Hn I Imprudent1 Ifh In Lift.
KtcuiiS' Kxnumirpn.aiul ImpniilenciAS tn Lire,
LMeiflii,KpriKiirAK',atil Imprudenole In Life,
1- torn whit ever caiine nrUlntin, anil wlnlher
exl ling la
Maleur rmnl
h rtuklt a, Ukfl ni mor I'lltit I Ttiry if t of do .vaII
lw Compljlnli IncMcDt l I h hx Vm
1 Kstrl llnrhn.
IlclmboM Ex'nct llacbu U Jloiloloe wblob It
IKrr.itly plraKtnt in It
TAITh AW UtWK
h.( ImraedUte In ltn icllon K'"ff UUh and V Igur
to th Krime, Bloom tr the llld Check, aud re
BtoiiDjr th pttleat t a perK ct tt of
HKAI 111 AND 1'UHIIV
Mlmtold hxlraet lluchi M nparctl tcoordln
U 1 liarmRcy and C lit rail tyf and U pretenbid aud
uicd by
TtIK W'JSI ZVIVKNl MVMCtANH
uj no loner l'rocure the remedy at too
lrio II pr bottle, or nix lor t
1 pt, 10- South TcnlU Street, ritlladelplUi .
Ilfuramn nf lln Itr I lta.1 iitAtl UBlltrri
Iryintf to palt i off thfir own at o her iirUolr. b(
ItUOIIU Oil ne rvi'Uiftiiun ai-uiiiru vj
IICtjMVtl'f,S KXTKACT ilULIll',
Th C)rlfflnal and only (jenuiie
o deiire t"run on th
uKRrr uy our inner si
1 heir U worth lo 1 old tt much lew rU mid
commU loni, conKqueotly ftying a mach tetter
V WK ULVV COMl'LriTlUN I
Ask f-r
Ileliiiljoltl's Kxtnict Uucliu,
Take no otter.
Bald 17 V T"aTl-MArt
' KinWFXl.ALAWMUBUft.
B B WA1TK,
JOHN WH.V.T,
B P rNTWIIfLG.
J. K MAJOK.
AaJ ty U Droijrtati tmywherc
lour 7 3m
Tub: union will utaud,
HO ItATThB WHOH f'RKBIOil.Ml I
Cooae louitly, I ahall raaaln in Waahligtoa, aid
oontiaat vt cvreae ray ooenpauoa of
HOUU, HON, AND ORNaMINTAL
TP A. X XT T X 9T I'd
GILDING In all IU hranchea Old OLAZIHO
Eromptly attended to Palatine aad Ornamenting
otug e rurnttare, la the beet etyle I aleo eall at
tentlon to the ralntlng of RooB and Brlok Walla.
All the abore 1 will do aa cheap aa the cheaper!
I therelore nollolt the patronage or my frtendaaa
lellow cltlieni of the fJlxtriot. Panoteallty atrlolly
obaerred, and work done la the belt manner
Ton will pleaae mind yonr etnpi. and etop at
U T. PAREKa'B
relating EattbUehmeal,
00 69 Lon jlaoa arcane (north aide).
betwn Sixth aad Berenth etreew;
r 8 -BUM pat up free of charge, u aeaal. i
aovta
TO IN VKHTUKII ABU PATBRTKaU.
StUNtl A CO , nreprietora of the fllenU0j
Anerlcan,aad ageota lor ptomrlng American aad
Foreign
xk.ixaxisT,xa.
WilS Ruieen Ytart Xprrvmr tn A Zhuirmar.
Rerer to Hon Judge ataeoa, Hon Joeeph Holt
lion W. i Bishop, ra-CommlMlonera orPatenU,
aad to more than gfteen thoaaand Inrentori who
hare had builaeaa done throagh Mean a Co 'i Pal
"raaphlol'of advice cent free by mall
Talent Laws and Kgalatlcns,iao pagee, la ciati
"tfo charge for eouialtitloa, orally or by nail,
Preliminary Memlocuoa in Hailed BUtei rates'
Ufeee.at
oorur of r and Seventh etroete.oppoalte the raUa'
rjejee ".r is ,i
LKONAUD UCOTT - CO.'H
RH-LINT (trillX
BRITISH REVIEWS
BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE I
ionard Soott A t'o , New York, continue to pub
IWi the following leading llrltlsh Periodicals, via t
1 The liondon Quarterly, (Conservative )
1k IMInhiirvh Itnvl.Mr. rWhle t
3 The North Brlilsh Review, Krec Church )
4 Tho Weeltntnlster Review, (Liberal 1
Blackwood a kdinburgh klegaalae, ( Tory )
liieao Periodicals ably represent the three great
political parties ol Oltat Britain Whig, Tory, and
Radical but polities loraia only one feature or their
cbaraolcr. As Urgaoa of the most profound writers
on aclcnce, Literature, Morality, aad Religion, they
stand, as they ever have stood, nnriralled in the
world of letter! being considered Indispensable to
the scholar and the professional man, while to the la
lelllxtut rea ler ol every class they furnish n more
correct aad satlslactory record of the current Utera
tureot the day,' throughout tho world, than can be
piMilbly obtained trora any other source,
NhW VOI.UMFS OF TUB
FOUR ENOLISII RBVIEWS AND BLAUKWOOD
VOMMIMX JUL r, 1BH.
EARLY COPIlS
ii.. ..,.i, ,.r XIIVANCR SIIKEIH Irom the
llrlllsh publiHhere giiee additional ralee tolllieaa
Reprints, Inasmuoh aa they can bow bo placed in the
titnds of aubicrlberi about aa loon aa the original
'imM TERMS.
t-urany oncot (he four Revlowi, per annum t
frortny twoof (he four Ktviewi, " I
orimy tltrcool the four Reviews, 1
J or all four of the Review., " " ..... 8
tor Utickwoode Mailne, ' ,l . , 3
Yot Hlackwood ami one Review, " " . .
jfor HIickvuKKt and two Rcvlewi, " ..,, 1
yt Hlackwood and lliree Revlewi,1 ' . S
tor Black wool audtlio four Review", . ...It
rayincnU lo Ue raado In all cufwc In advance
Mont: current In the HtaU v. here lisued will be re
..heart par U.UBBINU
tA itlttcountof Iwmty Ave ir cent from the abovi
V i rice will he allowed lo Club ordering lour or mure
I conliof anyone ormoreol the above work- Tbua
m .. ... tilu. Luiuul rti- nf linn Iteirljiw uril I li
aciit toie uddrriw lor 3, four co, lee of (he four
Review and Ulackw oi ion w i ana ea on
PORTAd K
In all tho principal citlci and towna, Uicw work
will le dellVired 1U.K 0 I'OSTAOK When
nent uy mall, the ro-tage to any part of the V"11?
HtaleawlU bo tat (carnywr unit a year for ''lk.
wood,' and but fourteen a a year for each oi the
W I h price Inn real Brilaln of the nre Period
Uali ahovo iiwutd U A 1 1 r annum
uaiiitninuia for anv ol tho above nublleaUuiii
oull al.ay. be adlnrj!, poat Paid lotli. pub-
tlihcrs
novJC
to (lUoldlt ,New Yoik
.9-lllhHNlSl hiOlKOKCLOTIHNO IN
tliellcittd titstea Is now ctTeied at lees thin whole.
..Ie pries at o 00 Seventh llreetopi ijt Poii
nitiLe. bv J " ivr-.fci ,
' lonncrly over Oalt i Jewcly Store.
mar 80-dam
b
EXPRESS JOAlhr;
ALL RAIL FROM NttWVoRK
111 lt rt ""ill
Tortyon Koar
' i ti'.i nj'i.'-ii ii
Thli Compaiy u pnpara W famrdU Vmto N
(oodctoaadnom .'J",,
HlwW TOBE ;..-iiw..Oa M Broadway,
nnnrniv . ,,nml.V rlAtivwU iIimi
IUlHU
' aad -A (Wt Bquate,
riIILAIKl.rillA.1....i.Oo MT Cbcnnt etl,
BALTIMOBE 6m,C'aoidea SUIloo
ALEXAfiqRIA Office lOSKUgltml
ANNArOI IB, FORTRLS8 MONROE,
NKWrORT NKW8, TORT ROYAL, '
Aad the Boathem Blookadlag Bquadrooi,
AT ITAl-K RATJE8.
Ian J- . ' ', .
AlK KKVKMII STUHiltT
405
JT. X. XXOX3Gt-B03Mr
Caa i found at hn M itud, alwayi ready to ac
wmmotehli eaitemere.aa ihe nmt rtaaoaaklt
t.nm.wllh aaytlle ia hie lite of ouilntu
II.
inn dome of the heat practical workmen In
TIN PLATE AND SIIKK.T IRON WORKING
He liu the belt COOK 8IOVLS In the market
twhlr.h h. ..II. Ah.n f A. cnh
lie nae aii a nm aworiment oi iin waiiium
i.; . . '..zi.vi-j L irj
hi ni:n.TiifWAKK. toeiner win nuLhun
IV AU&, iiDDfti snu cnsmrico
UUAU UIU LAMI-S,
lie liu lUo a Hna lot or COAL OIL LAMPS
which ha can eell on Hie mtMt reasonable terrua
j-AII JOB WOI1K allendid to atllie hortut
n"tlce,anui aa auur inu,A0
bvcrylhlox oa the meet reaaonahle ternu, at
No aUibEVKMII SlKJ.Kl,
reb ;i-tf
UarviaH fj AKD f.
CHARLES'
LONDON
CORDIAL
GIN
M1VJ&
"UT
1 r,tn
inUiZbHtsun
la distilled in LoHDov,and put
op eolely In qaart and pint bot
tles, to meet the requlrementa ot
Dragila!, and thorn to whom Far and Unedulter.
ated Minor U a Neceuity ora Lumry.
It la tho oldeat eatebliahrd ol all Ihe Oina (I)
which have alerted Into existence opon the baeli of
taaeell deeericd and hard earned eelebrlly
It hae no oonreotlon with, and la In no way like
ihe trliy mlxtnrea aold aa KeoLian tlia " or
MOtn ron,Mor LoeDowDoLX'or" LohpohUih,"
&o , Ao , do mailer how much " antiquity " or M re
peolabillty " ie auomed by their begetlera.
Dr. ValenUne Mott, of New York, eaye It la
far preleralile lo creo roe. Holland Uln, and la tte
Ud erttdt of ill kind. I Ante aa in " Bo lay then
aaada of phyilclanl
The Mew York Herald aja " We are aurprlaed
at in orneSclal edecu, it U a certain tale guard to
health " ,
1 he Philadelphia tedge jari " It haa no lupe.
rior. If an enaaf, in medlciee! rlrtaee "
The Mew Orleani Picayune eayai" There li ao
remedy on earth for dripepaia equal to it "
The Boalon Journal aaya "In bcrerage, ei a
(rereniive or aa a remeniai ageai, we wani ao oiaer
tie our saute aMCMm.'
Women of America, for yo It u iKinicuUrln
attacad. In ilolutil or health, It la yoar greateet
irteao
i B BALDWIN A CO,
' 8ol lH.naT.ee.
Ill Liberty atreet.tlew York
eld In Waalilnglonhy
ltUVKI.Ij, I Ulilibn n Kiv
ralllli I UaJUIiiJ n it ,
J10 iiitrept.near Ta aTCBue,
And dealer. Kfoerally
decli-ly
mo tiik urntKiui or thk armv.
Jnit arrived, a dlreet iBporUtloa per tteaner
Koltoa, from Boror-e, a Terr flat and large aMort
runt nf H mrlnt. flittr. tUlA (ilUMI. and Tele
ooneii. whiah I will eell a very Utile abore the eott
la pria Ai in th nailltlta. thrc are none eaive
rlorto t had.havlnf tfen eeleeted pnrpoeely lor
thin market. Aleo. a lame and well aworted etoek
aI nMnitHM MlAMMAniviaaa. void. I1vcp. aad tricil
IUW raaia;ii AlWa at miK aaaau niueprmnu wtwea
ol Opera Olajwee, MicroMopei,,old,ellTer, aad etcel
Speolaoloeaod rye (llaiM-.eDltcd to tho elftM by
the om of an Optomelrr A oonilderable aamber of
eertlfleaiee to be neen at my offloe, from gentlemen
wm hiTe Dei euiea at my otaceuDueameai
Ot PtBnlyIiaenu between Fout-aid-a-halt
anil Sixth atreeti.
By Katabllahaaaat la aap atalre,
eiauu gded Ie ruil The trade rappllec
octio ly
DATKI Wtl'ilD,
" WROLU1U 1XD BIT11L OEALKU IB
ARMY AND NAVY SUPPLIES,
ooMixnsa ot
rioklu, PrtHnea, . Cataapi, aatei
.lelllea, rraiU, Olives,
Sardines, Baled Oils, Choice Relishee,
Condensed Milk, Mustarda,
PILEHKIIVED MEATS, FISn, BOUrS, Ao.
fare VVlnti aid Liquors by Ihe Package
CIQADI AND TOBACCO.
a-Ageati for Tllden'i Extract of Coffee, with
dugar and Milk oombioed
HIV ranniylvanla arena,,
wAsiimaroN, v a
dec 17 If
L1VANB WATBOai'g
FfllLADLLFllIA
SALAMANDER,
V1RE AND
IIURUI.AR PROOF
H A. IP E S .
Store, 1 aouth ronrth atreet,
Philadelphia, Pa.
Orderi received by
' W D SHEPHERD,
Corner of Seventh and D atreeta,
Ian 17 ly Washington, D. O
nATKHT ATTOUHeCYB.
MASON, KIvNIhTkT & LAWHENIE.
CHARLFS MABON,
Late Ccmralaaioner of PatenU
ROHFRT WKmWICK,
Itnccn years la Patent Agency Bustneee.
Da WITT r.lAWRhNCh,
Late member of tbc Pa'ent oniee Appeal Board,
OFF1CK IN WASHINGTON, D. O.
Note Palentiprocured All Information aeee,
aary to obtain a patent lent free ofoberge
Jan it-ir
Tils i iti.rr.n id AT
IIKVLL A CO'S
J N i 1IAI Mr nth hctwern I and RelreeKa new
,,.v ,,r 1.(11 II IM.. I-URNISHIMI OOODS
IRUMvB.llAlSaiid CAPS
r A HI, ALL A CO S No .1111 Keveitli alrrct,
I i. hti. 1 an 1 11. 1, the iilaee to buy vour
I.Oilll.NO UlllMMIIMi tjUOU?, IKUNliB,
it Ala ma t.A to, at new ora i rices
-IOMI. UNI. AND ILL AI L A HP VLL A
Inn Kht .till Sri.ntli street hrt.een I end K.
lotiuy your rl.Oi lllMJ.HJltMMll.Mj GOODS,
aiaio anusvaAo
XTIIW la YOUR flML TO nil Y OUR CI 01 II
l INf.. hllHMMIilMl UKOIIS IIA1S and
Al"aliry low pllcei.al I, A HbAI.LftlO'g,
Ao. jiii bvvrntii,oeivLtn i ana iv itreeis
nursl im
T
10 MEMBERS OF CONOAEBI, PROFIL
tonal UentUmatn. amloihera.
Ihe undtniKnd arc prepared to print Bpeeohei,
nrieli, ramphleU. Reporta, or any dewription of
Book work, and mllelt ordera.
' W U BUAUHKM.&CO,
Offloo corner Indium avenue
nov ll-U Md Btoood itareet, U - m.
It M Y
ajllltik TtallAajkA
" I' i Tt Ill
tiHHtli orritiK, Jtiwac a, leoi. - '
L. i , to Alt. rriuttnr.tiATOcutvtui
TW? a hanar keea aatdraaatar tat act t V
Ujir.Vm tat the mine of Ike laa4 Warraata da,
eBrtwia" hi rein, whloh are alleiad lo hare ben (nil
sraartMy l, notice l )un1 xlreatnaf, at the iau
lUlolMU the eMasritnloavof each iwairaati a newt
Mrtiee f llaateaariwIUbelaiaed.lCaaeaUde
Jeetioani aMthea appear, v, ,,
tr ei J I, for leo or, letnad ander the "act 01
nirn,i' w.intne aame or Heanian Hantnmi
ni kran ed Jane te, T April a, laee ,
Wbj), u, for ISO aerear laned under the ac'
Of Mere nil, in the name of Jacob Bradtr, aad
inrimi it Auiutie.eu-MeT.iani
Ita; iv,i 12, lor t JO acree, IMaed under Ike act of
March, If ia. In th nana of Charlotte, widow of
Walter C de, and mi graalcd January jg.ltw
no. fe i M. for lflo acrea. Iened under the act of
March. M l,latbe naraeof Hary llarert widow of
John fiat er, and waa xraalei noreaoer 10. llae
Junll.l
Ro 10 ml, fu lo acrca,1nied .driiae act of
Kep,emDi . iam . in tne aeaa 01 Jma senrner,
nloorob A of WlUlem Horlrner.deo'ajed.and waa
fritted; uiu-tll.ll 1 Janel4,u2
o 75, 17, for 1W acrea, (aotlMT,) In farorol
ralrlctt I radr. prlrate. ol ooronanr K Brcood real.
mem U t Infantry, biarlag dateJIat Deoember,
1IH Janailfliet.
fVQEi n at, ninesii,
Coaualealoaer,
N lOlIlbl'tfllMU . flt)
I INGLNKhAL mT
aOSUN&RESTAUR'NT,
L 2 4 7. M
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
souni SIDh,
eormerlr of New Yotk.t
Ilel Ihe Name and Fame oi betug
ONKOlelllKltrhrRKIITAURANTBINTOWN
AeT bla ua a trial and Jadge for younell -Via
Lrerylhlng In the Hnaee li of the
llfif TIIK MAHKET AftORDI.
Dm t foigt the number,
MIT, Pennsylvania avenue,
I ctween 1 wf UIU and Thirteenth alicets,
mar lo-lm bouthaldr.
f
GET THE BEST!
Martieii's Card Portraits
MEN OF TEE TIME!
Thete I'urlralla Hro htiperlor to any now In
the Market, .iml are remarkahlo for the faith
fulneaa with which the likeness la portrayed.
Prlntnd un carda of tho eHmo nizo as " CVirlre
de J'iil," they are adiptod to the Photograph
Allium, ur can be sent to dliUnt friende by
mall.
LIbl Or IORlltAlfS AI.RKADY ISSUED,
OK PRKTAIUNO
UlLlfAKl OllltKIW.
Gen Washington.
H-oit.
" MiClellen
' MC Don ell
" .Sherman, at Por
Royal.
" Kelly
McCall
" llalleck
" Humntr
" Hitch'll
NiLoii
" Ulnillfld
" Dla
" ltutler
Wool
" McCIernand
11 CuUum
Anderaon
Pope
" hlurgU
(Irani
" l.inier
" Neg'cy.
" Mucll
" W.diwortli
' I ox
" Reynolds,
" Mohoard
" Buke.
Uuiul(le
i tko Koienorana
" i haa r Smith '
" Ansur
" Howard!
" Hooker
" Hrade
" Slgel
" L)on
' Kremonl
" Heater
" Keye-.
ltnham
" K.J Porter
Col. Berdan
" ll-ary
' Wilier
" noSmau
" 1 nedman
" KlUworth
" Croe
" .1 W Mcl.anc
VanWyck
" Hiker
" .1 S MtCaluont
r K tiallagher
' 1. B Harvey.
" J II laggart
" ueu -i neve
Lt C.I I viae
" Backman
Cap'. Eaiton
Nival Otnctiw.
Cum L M tiuldabureugh Cnu Ul (lelda'iorough,
' l oote. in onmmanu ai ion iioyai
of the Mill Hell Cipt David D Porter
" liupont Lieut talrfax
" Wilkca
Cl ll.lA-f.
Abraliam I iucoin, Pr.ndentol the Lnl'nl Slates
Haentbal Uaralln, Viae President I nlted blatts
tv llllam n beward.Seotetary of htate
Mwin M biantoo.Seerctaiv of War
tilde m vv ellee, Beoretery of the Navy
Sa'moe P thus, Secretary of tro Treasury
tileb H hraith, Secretary of the lolerlor
Moatgouiery Ulatr, Pa inater General
Kdward liatee Attorney Qeneral
Hon Jo.ph Holt
Hon Andicw Johnson
Rir UohirlJ llreckiarldge, 1) l
Hon AitrldM. Ely
Ribku
Jctlersoo Davis I Hen lluekner
(Jen Beauregard Com llollina
3f New Portrait, added dally
AOEJTTH tfWtTEU
In all the Cumpa, tu whom Liberal Term, are
nflered. Any Industrlnin man can mke
inuuey by engrislng in their Sale.
SULK AUhNr Kill Till, DIS1RICT,
WM. nALL.AtTVNB,
498, Heientli Street, near Post Office,
Where all ordera u ill be promptly attended lo.
Get the Best! Get Murtien'B
PE0T0OEAPH ALBUMS.
A full "uppty. at ull pricei friim 73 cts. In till.
A LHierAl Deduction nudo to those who loll
again.
Btilli uery I'ackaKei, Wrlling Cuses, l'orllul
loa, Illarlei, and everything in the hUllonerj
line at the lnuesl pritea.
Couault your own fittereat, unit go to
BAM.ANTYNK'S,
43K, rsetentlielreet, between Dand K
tnir3 lin
pnop
l)SLS (OR Ill.ir CAIILK
Sealed 1'roDoealii are invited till Ihe llth ilay of
April, 1M4 at Uuclock.m tioreupplylngtlw 11 K
Hubilntrncd Uepurlment vulh f,00 nrid of Hh
CAT ILK on lha hoof
The Uitlle to be delivered at Waxhlngton city, and
each animal to average MW (ounda gron weight,
ro auiroal admlfttd wbUh weighs IrM Ihin 1,000
pound' gross
1 be Cattle to b delivered at nuch times and In such
nuanildee m the (J ovrromtnt may rttju-re
Cattle will be rtiiuirrd under this contract toon
aur incoouiraciietioeej
lliiiarid and Hul la not wantfd
A bond, with goad and allsfaictory security, will
be r(iui od
(JovurDiaent riiH.r.e toltecir the right lo ,ayla
jre-vuiy uoiea
No b d will Lo eiitrrtalnid when rut in bv onn
tractors who have t revlonaly fttlkd o com) ly with
their contract, or where the blddir is not prerent to
restrona 10 nw on, una sn nias 10 uc accomj a i u oy
two iruarantfci
1 he names ol flnndfliould bi staled lu full, with
the prejlM aidreis or all the wemoen ol ihe firm
ibm tjf UuaiaHtet
We, ,ol thecoun y of .and blate of
and tf the vouotyof, and htate ot do
hereby garaotr bt h able lo lulrtl a rontrstt
M eLOf.rdai.ee wi nine icrmsoi nuproiciuon,an
i list, lit uld hsproioslilon be acwprd.he will at
ont fitter Into a contract in accordance therewith
Miould iheiontrart bo awarded blm, we are prepared
to become hie aucurliles
1 hti guarantee must be appended to eaiJi bid
mar si
WANTS -WAN1LD 10 HAVE l.VKRl.
body to know that lliey can buy tlotbleg,
Furnlalilag tjSods Trusks, Hits, tnd Cape, at the
lowest price atb3tllUr),to fou Seventh ttrcet
mar a dsm
tali.
'111' I
New Prices! New Goods!
.. , AT (,,
WILLAM TUCKER'S
yVlLtlAM 'TUCKER'8
WILLIAM TUCKER'S
GROCERY WAREHOUSE,
GROCERY WAREHOUSE,
GROCERY WAREHOUSE,
MS'ftWi2A aWiiM,
. V II
S3 Peanaylvnala Arenas,
3X8 faaaajlvaala Awaanei'
DO TOU KNOW
DO YOU KNOW
D YOU KNOW
That He Bells,
i
Kxlnt Drown Sugar at71centa per pound
Extra Ilrowrt Sugar at 7) centa par pound.
Kxtra Brown Sugar at 7 centa per pound.
Bating been Purehaied
OF
Bankrupt Merchants,
Bankrupt Merchants,
Bankrupt Merchants,
AND OTHERS.
lie alio eelle
TEAS
Oheapor TliMxi.
Any Other Man,
Any Other Man,
Any Other Man,
Oood Green Tea at 50 centa per pound.
Good Greed Tea.
.at SO centa per pound,
GoodGreenTea.
Good Black Tea.
Good Black Tea.
. , .at 89 cent! per pound
. . . at SO coote per ponnd
, .at 59 centa per pound,
Grooery Herohanis,
Hotel Proprietors!
Restaurant Keepers,
Sutlers,
Families.
Or Any Oua Urn Who LValrti
GROCERIES,
AT
fj UALIl' TUE USUAL rBICW,
Are Invited to Call.
Good Coffee ,1b centaQper pound.
Good Coffee 16 cento per pound.
WHISKY, WHISKY.
BRANDY, BRANDY,
WINE, WINE,
.AT II ALP TULaUSUAL PRICES
JJ the
Barrel,
GaUon,
Or Bottle.
Havana Cigara..
rjarana Cigars..
Havana Clsara, ,
.tl to $3 per thousand.
.SI to t'i per thoiiaand,
.St to tS per thouaani!
Uarana Olgare f 1 to S3 per thousand.
Xlezu.oxia.l3ox
TUCKER'
TUCKER'
TUCKER'
TUCKER'
TUCKER'
TUCKER'
325 Pennsylvania Avenue,
32S Pennsylvania Avenue,
325 Pennsylvania Avenue.
325 Pennsylvania Avenue,
325 Pennsylvania Avenne.
323 Pennsylvania Avenue,
Ntir octtuth otrctt.
Near Seventh Street.
Near BtUDth. Street.
Near Scvtntli Street.
lH rm imttmmm, I I .. I IL II I J
.1-4.U L.1-A-.
..NAtriONAl, BEPlIBLIfAN.
.taatlee to Ih. Army."
CAHi'orCatiLar,
Near Arlington, Va,
March 'M, 1862.
iWifcrr .Yuiionui' feiuVtcd'i .'
In jour iseue of tho 2Uih instant, under the
load of " Jusllco to the Array," you rtruck at
a vice the growth ol which la exorcising a de
pressing infljence upon the iptriti and honcel
aspirations nf our aoldlcri; and in reading that
article, Iho true and tried soldier feds that in
jou he has an advocate and friend, ready and
stilling to bring to bear upon the military
abuses of Ihe day tho power and influence of
the prear.
Not alone, however, lu the appointment of
"outsiders" as brigadiers over oflietrs whose
skill and courage has been tcatrd on the battle
Held, is Injustice and want of appreciation seen
and sorely felt: lint by extending, as it does, lo
the appointment or subalterns, the evil, with
all lu blighting pflecls, Is brotigbt directly home
t i Ihe steal body of the armv.
For instance: a second lieutenancy Is vacant;
next In rana stands an orderlr sen ant. a man
cf sound discretion, lair education, corral
bainli, and. from tight plinths instruction In
camp duties military discipline a oil drill, well
qualified to fill Ihe pi ice to wblcb be la by Ian
entitled, and lo wear ttpou bis shoulders the
mam tu an omccr. lint no; both his qualities
ttons and just claims ure Iguored; mTlted pro
mouon is rettisea mm, ana ny tue ata ni tne
lever that moves tho world, a pampered pet
of wealth nnd fablon, in the shape of a pale
faced, beardless boy in u drawing room fop,
( ' a cariwt knlxht s i III u."l is ralsesl from Ihe
lap of unmanly and cur rt altnt luxury, and prf'
ecnted to a cotupauy ol csmp worn or ball!.
scarrea soldiers as n nmcer to un by tnnm
" rejitdal and cbiyrd as such." Igno
rant tt utuiri amy. military inscini no anil
drill, he is not cnrubleof ltnp.irlinglustrui.llon
to inn men ; nnu rrn ii mis meat liny were
refhoved, his Irrblc arm cannot swing a silirr,
or guide the war horse. A lew weeks ol camp
life uses blm up a sick lurlmigh is obtained,
und Government pijs him an ample salary for
parading Ihe Avenue or lounging In graceful
ease around the fashionable hotels, while the
-ouiei-, whose qualifications are In every re
sped superior lo bis own, and ovtr whose
head he was promoted, remalos tn tamp, and
dots double duly, at fourteen dollars per
month
What wonder, thi'ii,lbuldi'ilisfactliinexlsji
in regiments whero such Injislice, such open
trangresHions ol military law, are practiced
and allowed; aud wbil conrlusloii is Wt lor
tne soldier to Jorui, nut thai, uecauso be can
not command influence and wealth, tho country
for which he fights cares not for him, and will
not protect him in hit rights '
Patriolistn and honest ambittou are the twn
great incentives to the soldier -override him
tn the. grstiflcation of thu latter, and the former
will eventually die out, and when it is gone,
he is fit for nothing; and no surer method ol
destroying the ooo and quenching Ihe other
can De aaopteo, man mis urjtist, tois ungrate
ful system of appointments and promotions.
"Give un competent officers." has been. anl
till .. Ibecry. II our ccunlry would have
th m, let her take Ihe proper measures to get
them, nnd stop Ibis hot bsni culture ol briga
dlers, colonnls, taplains and llctttenauls Lt
the laurels a solditr b is won rest upon bis own
brow, not be lorn away to decoralo the bead of
a military ignoramus
The noble rebuke adtnlnlslerid by Got.
Richardson, of Illinois, is a just one. and tbe
example set by bliu will lie followed by every
me ptssea'cd of like sentiments of equity and
honor. bm men
Communicated J
Charges Against Uenernl Shields.
To tin J'rtsultnt q Ihe Untied Hites.
1 am very sorry lu se thai some Innovations
aro creeping In and uiairin.; the hurtnony and
quiet which baa up to this time so luppily
reigtted in the army of the rotoraac.
And I do not allude to it now In nuy spltil
of fault finding with the Admlnstration But
as tho Cummiuder.lit Cbict ol the army and
navy ol Ibe Uuited bta'es, there may ba those
thai would (.barge you wl,h complicity in Ihe
matters tn which I am about to all jde 1 regret
lobe theiuidlum for making I bean complaints,
but inyduly leaves me no alUruilho. On
eral bbtclds, who has been ocutpyiog some
lubordlnale nueltlon In the armv ot Ihe Potf
mat, has been guilty, sir, of a flagrant breach
ol the peace; he lias been fighting nn bunday,
he bHS committed an assault and battery with
Intent to kill Now, sir, you knew that he was
adtugerous man You certainly knew thai be
would light tbe very first cluinc he had, and
thereloro you ate in u measure responsible for
11.
And look loo at Ibe way be did iL No
sooner had Geo Banks come ill, and left blm
up Ihcre with a lv, inmi.itndir titer. xprctition
thai bo would keep quiet and behive liiuisell,
than away gors Shltlds and pilches into Ibe
euemy, who bad twice us many men, nod
mrasnea em iiko oiazjs now mis is perfectly
nutrsgeous Who told blm to open tbe ball
Didn't be know thai n ntis not ready And
just think of the cotiMiueoces Suppose the
rcoeis uaa got mau auoui, it, una cotnu uaca to
Manassas wilb tbeir wooden guns, ami had be
guu making preparations lor ait attack upon
tbc capital, wuiildn'l half Iho fi Ike In Wash
lDglou been prclly badly icsred Of course
they would ll vas rush, sir! very lusbl! You
will have lo look out lor Shield; -hit did tho
ssrao thing In Mexico and if you don't watch
him he'll do II again He may excuse blmselt
by saying that be bad three Indiana regiments
under bits, and that be couldu'l slop Ihem,
they would light, arid ho bad no power lo stop
then. Will, In that case, you perhaps ought
to overlook it tuis lime, Dili 1 norisu yui toil
Ihe only chance lo keep things quiet Is lo send
thim Hoosleis west again, wheie lliey bare
got used to fighling, and ws don't expect any
thing elsA from Ibem You koow very will,
thai last lull, (Jen King came my mar bav
log a fisht al linavlllp, Jua becau he bud
a iloosier rrgltnenl in bis division I will nol
say now what 1 Ibiuk -bout the impropriety ol
Gen .Shields' nol atiendliig church Ihal hun
dar. with his Hull with tliclr ' atoH clutbts '
un, and try and gain a moral victory as Ibe
generals and tbeir stall! do berc In town
iv, i. u
JJf The Husloti Haily lilwriurr pilnta tbe
following siitigesloii,luinisbed byu gentleman
abroad, reepecliug tbe disposition to bu tusde
ol Ihe Foil Donelson prisoners.
'1 proptse (hit 'bey be ixchangid for
slaves, on the prlmipli' ol boutlititi tcpieren
lallou, live sictsslonisis for Ibrec slates, ie
versing tbe older ol wilus '
fcolJULlj' Giutia. Tlw CHy Council ol
Cincinnati has parsed u resjlutlou ivquesllii
tbe W glslature ot unto to niaae un appropna
lion lor purchasing u lot in bpring Glove Cem
eti.ry, five miles from tbat city, for Ihe burial i f
soldiers ol Ohio aid other blates. who die in
CI iclnu ill, or whom b dies may be brought
there during tbe wur.
Tut, Ntw Cos.sriTi.TioN. Tho voto upou ihe
adoption of the new Constitution for Western
Virginia will be taken on Thursday next. Sev
eral vacancies in the magistracy are also toffee
tilled, and a lively limb of it la expected, -i
Cleaeral Order.
Wan Dn'rAttrmsT.
AtMixutrr GsNxmie Orncit,
Waahineton. March 24. 1862.
General Orders, No 30
I. Thi very great carelessness shown by
many d tacbed offl:ers. In keeping this office
advised t their moreraepta and address, makes
It necrsi iry to recall, la a particular manner,
to the a tentlon oi every ofll:er of the Army,
paragta hs 176, 188, and 468, or 1ho General
Itegiilat ons, by which all officers on efefrrrried
service ind Unit ttf rtr.asace, are required to
make in mlifi reports of their add row, PS well
as or ec ry chnnje in their adVrear, lo this office,
and alar) to tbtir post and regimental com
tnanderi
II T o attention of ouhcra commanding
regimor ts, bilh rolunUer and regular, and of
all coraluoders of Military Departments, sepa
rale arfalee. detached army corps, divisions,
and brigades, is once more directed to tbe
subject bf returns, and to the absolute necessi
ty of prjomplly furnishing this office, within the
first tbnid days of every month, wilb an exact
return f the forces under their command.
III. The commanding (dicers ot all military
departments and troops in the field, are also
rrtnindfd thai, by General Orders, No. 85, of
October 1, 1861, they are required to furnish
tbh offibe wilb Irl monthly field returns of tbeir
coram itids, on tbe luib, 20ib, and last dayi of
eacn itnpnin.
IV. The exceeding import ince.t.1 Ibis no
ment, qf the Inform ill n derived from tho
sbovo reports and retnrna. Inlnnualion which
can in ho olber way be obUlnod, obliges Iho
Micretary oi war to iritcraie tno existing or
ders od the subjpct.aud lo notify all command
ing ofdj-crs, Ibat Ibise orders must lo future be
more punrliiilly obeyed. Tn this end, he di
r)ls II it Uencr.l Orilrrs, No 74, ol riepiember
IO,il8rJl, bu republished tu the troops, by tbeir
Corps, Did. ion, and Drigade C unmanders, and
urges pnn all corainindlog officers Ihe neces
sity ofjgivlng lo this subject their uwn earnest
and uriceasiugnltenllon.
V Justice to eoilsUd men who are septratcd
Irotu tbeir c(iuninls. renuires tbat tbev
should have with Ihem Descriptive Kclls,
snowing ine pay itue tuim, ineir Clotn
ing ofxount', and everything whUh would
be requlrul in lellllng wilb Ihe Government,
should tbey be dtswrged Without such pa
pers tbe men cannot recelvo the pay due tbem
Tbe especial attention ol company commanders
is directed to thl subject.
VIj Tbe enlisted men on (XlMiluly in the
several bureaus, ofHi.es, and hospltili, nnd at
thedalerent headquarlers, In this city, instead
of bring pa'd on separate vouchers, as hereto
fore, Will hemslernd together In detainments,
under the direction of their respective chiefs.
Tbe rolls may ue made monthly, so as to con
stilulr consolidated vouch rs lor each dlabtirs
Ipgclrrer wboso duly It maybe to pay the
men.iand wil1 be receipted after the manner or
ordinary rjuster and pay rolls, at the lime
payment is made.
uy order of the becrelary ol War:
I. TllllMH
Adjutant General.
UiAMvitTt ot Tut. bourn The arrests lor
Unionism throughoul Iho Soulh are gelliog
uiorf and more outnernits. A day or two
inc. tho Norfolk Dvj Honk, announced that sev
enty citizens of Lnurioun county, Virginia, had
been thus rn'rM, and a late letter to the Rich
mood ilivjKilci Irom lligb Point, North Caro
lint, states that "a nest nf traitors (loyalists,)
has lieen diseovtred aod broken up in David
son. North Carolina, and that llfty of Ihe ntim
berliava been sent lo Raleigh as prisoners'
Tbej Richmond tuurp'rs will find it dillicult to
gel jail accommodallnn if they go on at the
present rate How long will it be before ihe
Southern people rls" and reverse Ihe process.
ca'ting Ibe usurping chiefs into tbe prisons
t ey are now nillng with Ibeir victims 7
Times.
A UvktMi Cct In aliudlnir tothefallcl
ri it Den Isnn tbe London baturday AVtietc, a
jxtruai very nntrienuiy to our tiovernment,
gives the rebels Ihe lollr wing thrusl
Tbe Soulhem napets wilt hencelorlb. per
haps, think II expedient lo discontinue their
habitual attacks u the Kedetal soldiery, which,
according lo Ibeir theory, ooly ciemplibed Ibe
national want oi courage at (tun nun. it is
more ix"usable lor raw soldiers lo he charged
with a p tnie than for a division tu lay down its
aimsalrmst at tbc commencement of a cam
paigu which bad long been foreseu.
Ntw OitLfAvu Exrsc-mi in Iali. The New
Orleans Cresteitf ol Ihe lltb InsULt.lu its com
merelal article, siys.
There bas been a duire lor dealing uuil in
voeling in our Louisiana greit staple, sugar,
the sile ol a bicb looted up U.OOI) hhda and 5,000
bbls of molassrs.and lonbun ustrong prevail
ing opinion that a desire lu get rid ol our cur
rency forms one ol tbc prominent features of
Ihe movement It cannot lie disguised that
there are some p irties in our midst whose tears
have got Ihe In tli r ol Ibdr oerru and firmness,
and maglnn Ihit our god city Is to fall into
tip hands of tbe enemy, and following such an
event, Ihe result mil be a general sdvance in
nol only sugar and molasses, bill in collou.
An Eronuoea Gcn A cannon, said loweigh
2o ODD poumKwbile pasalog through Nev, Ha
veu. on Ftlday broke down Ihe ear nu which
it, wax loadtd.wdle the latter was swilching
oil on n side track. Tbe curiosity ol tho public
lo see the monster becsnte so gre it tbat tbe
railroad ( Itlclats were obliged to put it under
lock nnd key itt un euglnt bouse
I'lUNct Anotir'a Mioul.tm CJ (en Vic
toria on Ihe 1.1th In'd the Hrsl stone or a mill
soletim In h rogmore Gardens In which are to
be deposited the remaius ol the prince consort,
and ulllniatcly bcr own.
The ruuilh Ohio volunlecia, havlug taken
poesi seion ol the ofttcc ol the Clark Jourivd, at
D'tryville, have issued a paper ol their own,
utid-r Ihe title of Ibe Hmiti Ohio Times.
Tbe WesUru eoiiiilry.it is slid, baa been en
lirely elrared ot diseasid horses, bought by
scoundrelly coulraetors for Guveromenl.
I.ieul. Col. Uulltogsworlb, of Ibe Nineteenth
(llilo regiment, Col llenly, arrived lu Louis
ville on the Skill Irom Tenmssee, btivlng in
Ids possi sstoti sixty thousand dollars for Ibe
tainilicd ol Ibe in. niU re ot Ihe legimi nl.
In Iwu years Ihi 1-iigli.b tioverntnsiit hop-a
lo have sixlieit iron (lad ships lu htr navy.
Dul not one ri ihi'in could tesist Ibe altaik ol
our gallant Motiilor
Msj (Jen lament uud lady, utid Chtrles
Zagunyl, N I'unki and K. Glykn members of
Ibe Gem r tl's stall irrived al Ihe H'Lure House,
In Whei ling, Va , on t riday lasl
miimiiiint It is signilitanl tbat the hu
rupeut si i ,-ehtoii pip' rs, tbe 'iimev und f 'ufrf
are n iw i luuselling cotnproinire A week or
twn liiuc,ihoy will prob ibly seo cleat, and
will adv sc tbo'Cotiledetates bow to submit
l)r Jusiphl Titllle, ol linkway. N J , bas
boetielcctid President ol Yi abash College, ut
Crawlorustllle, tnuiani
l'uiMK .VLEtHT Tbo Loglisb nancrs ttato
that Prince Albert w is a member of the order
ol Tree and Accepted Masons
The Prince ianpi rial i f Prance, though only
nve ana u nail years mil, ainauy epiaaa luni
foreign languages English, German and Ital
ian On the road to bull Lake the snow is so
deep in some places, or so drilled, as lo cover
up telegraph wires and posts.
0..1QP. ,
TniTri uxo HrjrritrtuxT A restaurant ear
Is now' attached to one of the trains on tbe
Philadelphia. YVilmiogton and Baltlmqrif rail
way, Eatables are lupnlAea ihof LbV'Sake II
can, to be eaten there, or handed on trays to
passengers it tbtir seats. ,
The Her. Dr. Moore, of Richmond, deiie.r..!
a leclurrj In ithat oily on the origin and mean-,u I
ing or words, la which many cartons facta
were aoreiopa,i anorjg wntcn were tbat the,
word Davis meana "God witrjui;J' and Ibat
uiuuoiu, wneo suDjepta w ctymoiogicsi anal
ysis, means " on the verge of a precipice"
The lionolulu AdieHlter authorltallrely de
nlei that agents ever went to England fo hy--polhecate
the entire group of islands ax secu
rity for a loan, there being no necessity for n
loan, much less a forced one
Nival We bear It stated that In addition t
the frigate Savannah, it is contemplated brio;
Ing the stoop-of-war Preble to Newport tb.'
coming summer, to take the more advanced f
class of tho Naval School up the Straits for
naval practice.
A Vxnr LtROR Ilex) Mr. Abraham B tilev.
of Allleboro'.on Wednesday last, slaughtered
a bog weighing, when dressed, nine hundred
anil fifty six pounds.
Manchester, N II , has throuilre engine atu -mere,
a hook and ladder oompany. und aboae
company. Tho coil of running Ibem is about
ll.OOOajear. Under the old system, with soven
hand engines, the amount went as, high as
$14,000
George Peabody.th Ara-rlcan E igllsh hanker,
offers to give $500,000 to the lund now destined
to erect a memorial to Prince Albert, provide 1
it is directed to the buihllu of a chaiiuble
Institution Should the directors rcfttse, Mr.
Pcabody will expend bis money In building
houses for the working classes in London,
A physician of Cincinnati, who had lost bu
morning's milk Irom tbe Tront area, recently
put an emcllc In lb pitcher, and the n xt
morning discovered a policeman it little ills
lance from his boas i " mtklng bis return "
An agent of the Japau Government Is said
to have contractu! with an oil company of
Buffalo for 400,600 gallons of petroleum
OFFICIAL.
DKPAKTMENT Oy bTATX,
Washington, March 26, 1862.
Tho following extract from a dispatch re
ceived at this Department from Mr. Je hn do 1 1
Hontagnle, the Consul nf the Untied St ttes at
Nantes, Is published for general Inf irmalloni
" I hate tbe hour to say tbat vessels coming
from the United Slates It, Ibis portstiffer losses
through tbe Ignorance of oanors as to ex'stlng
facta here,
" I propose to brlellj and u nt Isety present
these facts In Ibe Department.
" Vessels usually take charters to dellrer
cargoes either al Palmboauff nr Nantes.
" There Is water enough at Palmboeitf, but
the exposures In reaching Ibis roadstead are
sometimes perilous.
" The lowest rli er walor hem een 8t Nszalre
and Nantes Is from ten to twelve feet In wlnler,
and as low as seven feet In sumner.
" A vessel drawing over ten feet must lighter
partnr all her cargo at ,i ctel cf money and
time tu her owners.
" If the vessel cornea In Ntntrs, she must pay
pilotage, and, optionally, towage.
"If partly discharged at M. Naralre, the
cargo Is at tho risk of Ihe shipor the Insuranco
in t tl delivered at Nantes.
"The vessel pays half brokerage at St. Na
Zaire, and full brokerage added at N'antrs.
"The risks on the river aro considerable.
Damage from ' fouling ' Is frequent In a crowd
ed, narrow, and sal ft river.
" would wlcfe alt chnrtcr to to mads to bl.
.Vrumre, not Aeines or I'awiivci't. Here is a
large safe doek.
"The follonln espensrai fa cssn of four
lumanaait'i nmtijjour loin mil i.lte shipown
ers an idea ol costs of river nat Igatlon
"Steam ton age fri m St. Naatro to
Nantes . ... to; francs.
"Iteturn towage to St. Nuzaire , iio "
" lllver pilotage rmm St. Na tire tu
Nantes, with steam .... 81 "
' Rlier pllotsge from Nantes, to St.
Naaalre,wttbsleam . P2
" Total pllutai.0 with atealu .. LCI "
" liner pilotage in m gt. Nviaire lo
Nantes, without steam Uo "
" rtiver pilot ige fn m Nantes to St.
Naaire, without steam , , no
" Total withoul steam UO "
" Lighterage from St. Naalre to Nantes.
about J Iranca per tun lor irual.
" Lighterage on iuiuxt, about I trance per
ton.
" V work la in contemplation on the Loire
which expects lo maae fifteen feet water n tl e
most shoal parts ( ( the river. Its tuceess la
problematical.
" bhipownors sh uld know that advances on
freight aro not usually made here until all the
freight Is delivered "
mar II 3tlf
O t F 1 C I A L
Dkpartuxvt nr bran ,
trnsAinofon, Jau.'iS, ISol.
The becrctary oi btalo will berculterreeetve
members of Congress on business on Saturdays,
commencing with Saturday, the first ot next
inomn
WILLIAM II. SEWARD.
OKKItlAI..
TBSASiitr DsrAHTax.vr.
February 4, tSCl.
Notick Is hereby given of the readiness ot
this Department to redeem the Treasury notes
payable In ons year from date, authorized by
the act of Congross approved December 2Jd,
IH37, and Ihe Treasury notes payable In sixty
days from dale, authorized by the act of Con
gress appro ed 2d Mart h, ISSl.
interest on Treasury notes of tbe above Is
sues will cease on the 7th day nt April ueil by
tne lerms nt inoso ana respectively,
leb o lap7
urriuiaxs.
War Dkpaiitment,
January 21, Ibtii.
Ordered, That the War Department will be
closed Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and
t rldays against all other business but tbatv blob
telates to active military operations in tbe field.
Saturdays will be devoted to tho business of
Senators and Representatives.
Mondays to the business ot tbe public.
Edwin I. brAvroN,
i2 if Secretary of War.
Ml'lcllAI. UllUe.lt.
llKAPucAnrhikS,
Paotoar Makiuais Oimck,
Cliyd Wastilugtop,
Jfurti 2t, U62.
bpcclal Ord r, No ill
All pasn a hereloloro Issued from these Head
qu triers to th Jlst in-Unt, will not le renew
ed, but tecugnlzed until furtlier ordfrr.
By order of Maj W. E Dostib,
Provost Marihal.
C. E. Roiunson,
mar2D lw AdjutaLt.

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