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FOR VICE PRESIDENT.
OP TSKHEB8KB. '
"THC cnillf WHICH THRKATINXD TO
mvfOE the rniiNDi or thi union u
vrUIX HOT KETVKH TO lUmr AHT
versos teiw is ruts er tiib tismj or
rtc rnocijiiiTON, on r jut scr or
- i rnocLMM ruu. PARDON to all who
l-OLVMNLV SWKAR TO UENCETOITU FAITH
rOLLV IUPPI1BT, PROTECT, AND DEPIMD
TilK CONSTITUTION OF.IUE CM ITEDRATEa
AND THE CHIOH or THE STATES THERE-
Thi Oaat-O.t-Awar Claa
The following li an extract from s prime
letter from the chief correspondent of the New
York THbuM, who li now rnrallilng In ooe of
the Interior connltet of New York:
"1 em picking stones eff ronfh land, galling
ont msnare.warrlDir on thistles, kltsloz sheep.
hagtlng calves, and davonlly worshipping the
pood God that Instltntod agriculture and gare
me a (arm!"
It Is one of tlio aggravallona of the condition
of tbo Can't pet-away Clnb to rM.lv. from
comfortable rural ri treats and sea-elde el velams
frllmpcs of erjjovmetu ilke the ahOTe eloqueut
rincollc, euf entire ae It Is of fresh egge and
vt-gctatUs sud sweet cream. And j.t the
Club hat. their conaolaUnns la the reflection
that they are serving their country well In
turning the cranks of the government ma
cblocry, drilling In the hot sun for the defence
of the capital, and occupying the dwellings
here to keep ou the owls and bats, ao that Con
gressmen and their friends may hare Inhabit
able tiaarters when they return to H ashlngtos.
Casaalllt. lu Hancock's Lata Battle.
Tho following Is a list of a few officers
wounded In Tliursdsy's tight on the Weldon
railroad Lieut. Col. Brodle, 61st N. 7., se
verely, In right shoulder; Major W. Murphy,
4 Ji N. Y., In neckj Major Wm. Arthur, th N.
Y., lacei Adjutant Birmingham, 8Sth N. Y.,
heaJ ( apt. Martin 11 1 rue j, of Oen. Miles' ttaB",
rlcht lei:, Cart. James McEUnley, Slat Fa.,
rlfcU le?i Capt. James II. MltcheU, 81st Pa.,
left ami LUut. II. B. Nelson, Hlh Pa LleuU
John MUe, 23lU Mass i Lieut. Wm. Russell.
04th X. Y., rlifbt armi Lieut. Jas. B. WyckotT,
sviu rt. x., nip,
A6hitat fitcaiTAxr Ha&ukoto, of the
Treasury Department, and some friends made
an ixiurtlon, tn a revenue yacht, to rortress
Monr on Saturday, and returned this morn-
Miou Jas. F. IUndutt haa been relieved
iromouiyas rmroit rsaraliai or the 1Kb arm.
torts, a fata own rcqieat, Ills reflaeat aavlai
lau ttf t vtl ho it a nenl officer preasat bv th, daatj
ot Ueu Col Plimtitoo. klllej la actios at riu.
arr'cMttla, i apt J E.Sweet,3erh lodlaaa roluo-
,vra Kunuuncru mm niijnr Haoaitll'a SUSOfeaor.
Libct. Col. F. McGiltsut, lat Maine Light
Artillery, la announced aa Chlet ol ArtUlerraad
nllM..nu.llh-lk...u.u . --' .
e irmsoilolt"a Artillery Brlaada, rsllarlnr lapt.
1- M 'olUtt, l. h artillery, wliOreaameaaommaad
ui u, uii rrj .
HaitHT Bokiutcu, the business factotum of
r"rr c diKi hi lar.a ,loolf tfie"lrarf 'lutae
iitcv wnn mum onmi laceoer, ana oioai, gaentoee
IuiilII rare r nvrally He mmy be scan this eva-nlns;-r
Fort's incarrc, wbtrt Mr aad Mrs. nor
tbtv a car lu two attractive pieces.
Ijllin l.fnVt lh Itrlllah Iflnt-.-- -.4 f
c.ta ral n alt, wtrt atnpi,lni at tbe boutlae.tai
Jluh-i ru Iv'e iMa, on Saturday.
Mits, I'msinisT L'ncoui, accompanied by
)er an'in ticbeit and Theodnra. ,m.ri th.nn-t.
tin laud, Vr, WdntaJer,rnrouft for nlanchcatar.
llOX, riEOROBS FlrLLIAan. a rUmjvrat hn
otd airalnet Mr. Lincoln In 1880, Intends
to vote fur him In 1801. fie waa adverllced to
cik ui a recent McClellan meeting, but did
imt make b'a sppvaranee on tbe stand. Ills
reasons may be Inferred from a remark he sub
iUi-nt,y made to a friend. After claiming to
boitlll a Democrat, and to differ from the
prefect Administration In certain respects, be
aciili-dt "As tbo rebels went out under tbe
j-n-reua nuiniaifirauon, mey snail, by the
LTafo nf God, come back under It I I shall
l'.to fur Abraham Lincoln." There words will
no rcuueu uy moussnas or democrats who fol
loncd the Douglas while he lived, and still
unu to the Imperishable principles of hit stern
I atih Wta.yirlmngt.
niaunaaala fnr th V..k Kadtaa Aasaat
'40, lS. "-
AilJltlon.l l'aiinitter Philip Pendleton, to
ditto Auituat 13 1804. ' M
Adti'i nl I'jyinaeter William W. White
I'nlied Stales volunteers, to date Augutt 13
1 ,e r, llowlnir effleers, to date July 20, 1804
f r a' aenco without leave, having been Bub!
llalinl lllelally, and failed to appear before
ttti Li miniraloni
Captain Jrwln W. Bansen, 140th Pennavl
&evonil Lleunant Louis Stelfbold, 1Mb New
V b artillery.
Second Lieutenant Luke Brennen, 69th New
Y irk volunteers, to date August 1, 1844.
r 1 Llnntenant Louis Solstman. U8tk Pann.
a' Kan.i Ti.lntileers, to date July 96, 1804, for
ubtmie wltiiont lear..
8-eond Lleutensnt Joseph L. Lucas, 14lh
.. r1' ."t'llery. to date August 13, 1864,
lor cowardly deaertlou of his poet with his
ommand on the S3d 0f j0ne, 1664, while on
1 itka duty In front of Petersburg. Virginia.
UISM SaIS t JKriSMlD,
The orders of dlaiuls,.! heretofore Issued In
the foll.(,log r.aes have been confirmed.
Lleutrninl Colonel frank S. Curllas 127th
Illinois voluuteeis. to date Angoet 6 1864 for
ill olmlli nee of orders, and mlsbehsvlor before
t u my, on tbe 31 day ot Augutt, 1864
Flral I.'eitimai t Wllllsm M. Croaalsud ad
1'iuiil 8i Maryland cavalry, and actios; slgnsl
i.in er I u trd Stairs army, to date July SO
ixii, r ,r oia ibodience of orders, drunkenness,
and i .iid t unbecoming sn officer and ren-
Dirlua Tli'ta. l'Jh Peonaylvanls carafry, has
be u re.okeil and be 1,.. been hOTorably dls
Clisrged ssol tb. dsle ofth.orderof dlamlssal.
TbO OUeXUCUIed portion of Ih.l - I
""! '""r,:lu.".r,i',lB ! " of U.ulaln r! '
"f r..!uDtceta, has bn nuutsd.0' B'lb""enc
i quartermaster or that place, and Lieut. Van
.n.,,!!11 "'"" b,'J bwm dl,eo"red and an- Winkle, of Oen. Retch's eiaff.
sX'ttrortrS . rulto. left HUto. Head on th. 20th In
heavinly stranger, .re Inclined to think that ? ,UB. l 4 P- m-
i .r'.-r", ','.h' """"touts some time In Septem. She reports that the Crescent City, convoyed
Mr, or pcrt.p. in tb. latter part of August, j by th. gunboat Admiral, with 600 rebel officer.
The lslrsl official htelllgrnce to-day Is from
On. Sherman, of Uw tall of, Fort Morgan In
lie does not learn whether the fort was blown
;, evacuated or surrendered.
Dispatches from Geo. Orant are to the same
effect, bis information on the subject being
derived from the Richmond pspers of the SCth
0m. fiVrbfoa tat advanced, out ditcorered
(As ciwmy rtttti af.
This shows that our prophecy made os Sat
urday, that Lee's heavy losses about Peters
burg would compel him to recall Early, was
All quiet yesterday and to-day around At
lauta, so far a) active operations are con,
Official dispatches from Tien. Grant Indicate
that Lee has ceased to struggle for the re
covery of the Weldon road, which Is com,
pletely In out possession.
No llghttns; yeeterdayor this morning before
Petersburg, or In Oen. Butler's front.
TsTJt BEDEL aKslKIlAI.-) H.IU.ED OM
TIIB WELDOI ItAIXROAD.
Prom dispatch printed in our columns to
day, II appears that the Richmond papers of
Saturday acknowledge the loss of four Gen'
erals killed and one wounded In the tight for
the Weldon railroad, last Thursday.
The Richmond Enqutrtr of Tuesday has a
dispstch dated Petersburg, August CI, giving
an account of the fighting with Warren's
corps that day for the poaaeaalen of the Wei'
don read, from. JTalch we extract the fol
" Brig. Oen. Jno. 0. Saunders, of Alabama,
was killed at the head of his brigade Is the
"Gen. Lamar, of Plorlda, waa mortally
" Generals Barton, Plnnegsn and Anderson,
of Alabama, were not killed, as Brat reported,
but are wounded.
Thus the rebels acknowledge that In their
struggles to regain possession of that Import
ant road they have suffered a loss of lire Gen
ersls killed, one mortally wounded and four
These losses of general officers attest the
desperation of the attempts of the rebels to re
tike their most Important line of communica
tion with the southern portion of the Confed.
FROM THE FRONT.
All Quiet Around Petersburg,
Uabal Voma In Tharadaj. Battla Tiara. t
Uaa Virr Mill. Park far a lamias;
(Crreapoadeae. ot the Associated Press 1
A letter received from the Army of the Poto
mac, dated yesterday, saya all waa quiet ex.
ceptlng the usual picket Bring In front of the
The Bring on our right on Thursday and Fri
day was occasioned by a movement of our
troops from one position to another, which the
enemy evidently did not understand, and were
fearful that It meant another attack on the
right, at Ream's Station, on the Weldon rail
Our total loss In the light of Thursday, will
not. It is said, exceed two thousand, while that
of the enemy Is supposed to be about Ave thou
We still hold about four miles of the Weldon
railroad, and the portion abandoned by the
second corps was effectually destroyed.
Deserters who came In yesterday say that
Uen. A. P. Hill's corps, two divisions of Long,
street's corps, and the Jeff. Davis legion, were
the rebel troops engsged on Thursday.
They also atate that alnce the Weldou rail
road fell Into our possession pork hss advanced
to to and beef to W a pound In Richmond, and
their oincara declare that (As rood mutt bt re
captured at all Tuuardt,
U Y TELEO U A I II .
rnoH kw onucAM.
Capias, of Foat aJarwasi ContVmsd.
Oaarsilla. Oparatloaaa a-ai the Alieeis-
Ciuo, Aug. 29. The steamer McGIu, from
.-new Orleans on the Z3d, hss arrived.
The news from the fleet In Moble bsy is ren,
dered valuable by the announcement of the
fall of Fort Morgan.
The steamer Lancaster was flred Into fifteen
miles below Natcbes, on the 18th, by a Ken.
tucky batterr of artlllerr. ThrM ,hnu iin,
the boat, but nobody waa injured. The battery
was supporusa oy uou cavalry. Gen. Brayman,
commanding Naichei, haa sent a force In pur
suit. The steamers Check and Atlantic, reported
captured by the rebels up the Yazoo river, hare
arrived safely at Vlckaburg, with a good cargo
A large number of rebel prisoners arrived at
Vlckaburg recently. They were captured nf.
teen miles back of MUUken's Bend.
Know roiiTitKSB uoanoK.
The nichmoaa Papers Ackaatvl,d(a the
lMr Hira Oa.arals la itmrsdap's
PMaaaara Pat Dadar Plre.
foKlaias Mowos, Aug. 28. Eighteen men,
supposed to be deserters from General Oram's
army, were picked up yesterdsr. near Porta.
moniu, va., ana tent up the Jemee river u
Oen. Patrick, Provost Msrshal of the Army of
Yesterday's Richmond papers admit the loss
of live of their generals, four killed and one
wounded, on the Weldon railroad.
Col. Dent and Mrs. Gen. Orant arrived on
the Baltimore mall steamer Georglauna. Cant.
Pearson. Mrs. Grant left Immediately for City
The Savannah -Ynx says two or three parties
of aliens have been captured while attempting
to escape to the enemy at f ulaskl, and many
more have gone to Carolina to avoid Governor
Brown's enrolling officers.
The rebel Gen. W. G. Lewis la wounded.
Tha ITnltnl Ptti tnniMrt ..- Vnlt
arrived this n. m. from Illlton Haad. Amnn.
her paasengers are Capl. John R. Moore, chief
to be placed nudcr Ore at Charleston, had sr
When off Cape Romaln the waa run on (bore.
and one rebel officer Is reported to have es
The Captain and second mate of the Crescent
City are Implicated In the attempt to liberate
the six hundred rebel officers, and when the
rultonlenniiton Head, were being tried for
their lives before s court-martial.
There la no late newt from the front.
Ttm Thtadtrr AitsraHhvd t th pp
Klarltj f V. B. Doa-d. ma tta Coatl-V-A
I Nnr Tovk, Aug. 9. Th iteamer Mev
fork, from Boutbamptoa on tb 17Ul. aniTod
i Tbo HMtnrn Karopa and Marathon arrired
bat oq tb l&tb, and tbo Delttlan on tbo lOttu
ine ixinaon jvrut expreatet lu atonuii
tscnt at tbe maonerln which Federal bond.
are abaorbtd at Frantfort, adding that each
kacceulTO fall la regarded byexUtlnfr bond
holden wlthKratlfleatton. Initoadof dealrloK
lerlea, It beUerea the cam pa. .pi will cooUnue.
noleaa tho danger to Wathlorton la to great
aa to demand the entire main body of Oranl'a
nny to defend It. The capture of Richmond
latheteatoftbeabUHyof tbe North to make
a permanent lmpreaalon on tbe Confederacy.
Tbe Confederate loan adranced 8 per cent,
on tbe reception of tbe newa of Grant' repnUe
before Pdentmrg 1779.
A powerful tbree-fonneled learner wai an
chored off Foyre. Ireland, on the 13th, and
sailed again inddenly In the erenlag. She le
eappoeed to be a blocked e-ixnner A war-Uke
party, wun one 01 me aiaoama'a ueuwraanu,
landed, and It li believed ahe la to carrr an
Immense -apply f clothing to the Confeder
The Dlrai Florida deatrored tbe ahln Im-
dean, off Brazil, bound from New York to
California, and took aereral t bom and dollar
LouiiTiXLB. Antr. 27. Gen. Waahbnrna haa
leaned an order permitting cotton now In Mem
phi to be -hipped North, alto establishing
apply autre In the District of Weal Tennes
see. Tbe beet tu mites Disco onr loss In the re
cent raid on Memphis at fifteen killed, fifty
wounded, and one hnndred and forty mlsatng,
the latter Including eighty-nine citizens. Tbe
raider are said to bare taken two hnndred and
twenty nine prisoners.
At ilernandez. on Bandar nlsbt. tbe rebel
loss was fifty Hilled, one hnndred and ninety
wouuqcu, ana imriy misting.
Gen. Washburn e compliments the officers
and men of tbe Memphis mil Ills, for their
prompt and soldierly conduct la the defence of
tbe city against Forrest.
The Government Irani port J. C. Miller was
captured, plundered and burned on the Stb, In
the Arkansas river, between Pine Bin IT and
Little Rock, by gnerrlllee. AU persons on
board were taken prisoners.
Im porta t Order of O.n. IIlnts.lraa.
Cihcihiuti. Ad trait S3. Mai. Gen. Ilelnt-
telman leaned an order to-day prohibiting the
railroad, express, or other forwarding com pa
nles from forwarding or delivering fire-arms,
powder, and ammunition of any kind within
the limit of the Bute of Ohio, Indiana, Illi
nois, and Michigan for the next alxty days
without a permit from headquarters. Also,
frohlbUtng dealers In these article from sell
og tbe same within the time. Mllltsry com
mander and provoat marshals within the
Northern Department are required to see this
vauva wswuhju, uu mvit,tj mu tutu .lUCB
as may be clandestinely sold.
From How York
Niw Toar. Antr. 27. The case of Mnller.
the alleged murderer, was finished to-day by
utj com million cr eociaing to give mo neces
sary ccniucaio w sena mo accasea oacic to
Gold tumbled to 215 this afternoon, but ral
lied to 848.
Tbe Cltr of Baltimore, for LWerpool, sailed
to day, taking out $00,000 in specie.
A Char actor ..Hie Order of Oea. Butler.
Hc.tDQtlAETIS TCRTH ARMY CnBM.
IM TBE tICLO, VXAn HATCHta'f, Va-
,w. . .. AUIU.IM.18M.
WIU MUI HB, ..
The followlnar order from Ileadonarters Da
partment of Virginia and North Carolina, Is
yruuiuigatcu lur an. laiormairon 01 ima com
mand! IICADQ'aa Drr'T or Va. asd N. C. I
iMTiiEriiLD. Auruat Zl. 1SSL I
Speolal Ordcra, flo. 739.
III. Col. N. Martin Cnrtla. rntntnanAlntr lit
brigade, 2d dlrlsloo, 10th army corps, on the
mm aaj oi ADgaai, issnea nts urigaae uraer,
Mo. 6. reoatrlnir that ' Schools for tha mllltarv
Instruction of officers and noncommissioned
officers of the regiments of hit brigade," shonld
urn luauiuicu, proTiaiogi
Tlrst.tFor schools of the non-commla.
slonrd officers to he held seml-weeklr, nnder
the saperrlslon of a commissioned officer, for
Instruction In the School or the Soldier and
Company, the dntlea of Police and Orand
Onards, and the etlqnette of the soldier."
Secondly. For squad drills withont arms for
one bonr dally, daring tbe week.
Thirdly. For roll calls to be held, under the
supennieuaence oi s commissioned officer.
Fourthly. That officers shonld not go on
duty or Into the qusrters of their snDerlor offl.
cers withont their coats, or tome badges of
Upon the promnlzstlon of this Order, on the
I'ww auKii,iiutui. wm.u. unspman,
First Lieut. Geo. W. Street, First Lieut. J. W.
Uoes. First LlenL Emmet fc. TntMII an, Flrat
Lieut. J. rjenry Cnrtlia, all or the 3d N. T.
rolnuteer Infanlry. each tendered his resigna
tion, because of alleged Incompetency to com
ply with that order. That Is to ear. each of
these officers baring been for a long time In ser
rlce, now ssy that they are "incompetent to
Instruct their non-commlasloned officers In the
Rohrwit nt lha RnMI.. .nl nAnn.n- .v. .f..l
- . ,. ww. ww uw UUUIIU;. IUB UUklVa
of Police and Grand Guards, and the etiquette
of the soldier," thst they are " Incompetent to
superintend roll call, and to wear the proper
luaiguie ui raoa woes on auty ana in the
presence of superiors."
Upon examining their resignations, they all
but ooe appear to bare been written by the same
hand at the same time, and In the same wordr i
tuna showing a combination evidently Intended
to coerce their commanding officer Into aban
doning a aystem of Instruction Judgedhyhlra no
ceaaary for his brigade. Such combinations and
conspiracies are unlawful and criminal, whether
In officers or men, and the military law. and
usages hare not left tbe Commanding General
powerless to meet them with a proper punish
ment. Jtlstobe rrgreitcdihattherelsnopowtr
to reduce these officers to the ranks until they
should learn these duties, as they have erident
ly for months past, upon their own confession,
taken the par and emoluments of offlcere with
out baring the capacity to nil them.
inereiore it is ordered
Bee. 1. That First Lieutenant Wm. I). Chan.
man, First Lleutensnt George W, Street, First
Lleutensnt J. W. Hoes, First Lleutensnt Em
melt C. Tuthlll and First Lieutenant J. Hcnrv
Cnrtlst, all or the 3d New fork volunteer In
fantry, be diahouorably dismissed the serrlco
of the United States, with the forfeiture of all
par and allowances, and that they cease to bo
officers from the promulgation of the first sec-
uuu vi ima oraer.
nee. :i. citizens Wm. B. Chapman, George
.. .uMuc,, u, ,, , jiuca, x,uiuic.t u. luiuiuanu
J. Henry Curtlss, being found within the mili
tary lines of this department without employ
ment, will be set to work upon some labor that
will relievo a soldier of tbe United States,
until farther orders, nnder the charge of tho
'"'" marauai oi tne lutn army corps.
v vvuiuaau or aisjor uenerat isutub.
It. 8. Uavis, Ass't Adj. Gen.
By commend of Ms. Gen. D. B. Otrtmr.
Eo. W. Skitb, Aw't Adj. Gen.
ItlBBLDaSIBTiaS fil.T nw tarn Iidib Th
following order haa been issued from tbe War
Paovesr Ma..al G?,V.aW7Ti,
VVaih ixaiitv- (lis .... .. a .. I
ntil.r, M. II, "
urserters rrom the rebel army are not tnb
Ject fo enrolment ordrsft,
Jama I), f.i
1'rovod Marshal Qencrsl.
F O V R O O LOOkJp. ifr
wmmnnvAL or adraiiau liit-
Header, don't be d arm ei" rthVboTaVtit,
lug. John Chsrlet Fremont, too to, Brlnton
aicieuao, ana au oaner canataates, 01 parties
or factions, now In the Held, or hereafter to be
nominated, are hereby Informed that Ansanaii
Lhoolh was nominated by th. people, to be
sleeted by the people, and will not withdrew
ttom the canrass, either to gratify them or
Jefferson Davis. Mr. Lincoln having been lb.
only legltlaau nomine. In th. Held that far,
bas been ths target alike of Democrats, Copper
heads, teceih, rebelt and disaffected Fremont.
The Opposition press of every shade of poll
lies here htd s good time assailing air, Lin
coln, while he hat been laboring faithfully, aa
no man ever labored before, to suppress th.
rebellion sni restore th. tjnlon.
In s few days it wlU be onr tarn to assault
the works of the enemy of the Government,
who will to-cay or to-morrow place s candi
date In the Held. Then parties will be mar
lhalodi Issues will be mad. np, and w. shall
go to th. pcofle with them, and thero need be
no fear about the Terdlct In November.
Assailak LncoLa waa renominated by a
Convention of Union men, representing the
most loysl people on the face of the earth.
TAat Contmtlen teas not dictattd totniu nomf.
nation by a gang of traUort mtttnlltd Jutt ovtr
tht bordtr Canada r Can the Democracy
aayas much of the Convention now assembled
at Chicago! Certainly sot. Auibajs Liu
oouf Is our standard-bearer. He U th. only
mtn the rebelt dread, and desire to see defeated.
For that very reason all Union loving loyalists
must pestpone all personal feelings and walk
up to tie polls shoulder to shoulder and re
elect hla, and thus strike the death blow at
the rebellion, and at the tame time dignify tb.
nstlon before the world, by defeating s man
(the Chicago nominee) who, If elected, will
sacrlllcs the national honor to Jefferson Davit,
the chief of the slave oligarchy.
A HEOUIOT Or DUTY,
Somebody has blundered. It It a fact which
the couttry ought to know, that Messrs. Fre
mont, Elliur Wright & Co., have neglected to
send copies of their letters to President Lin
coln. The President being an Important party
to contrU In the execution of the programme
laid down by thoe. gentlemen, It would seem
appropriate that he should be served with an
authorised copy of the correspondence! Per-
hsps It Is true, as believed by many, that
Messrs. Fremont, Wright & Co. are only writ
ing letter, to each other for the tola purpose of
publication, and are not elncere In their printed
proposltioni. At tny rate, It will not be pos
sible for Mr. Lincoln to retire from the canvas
until requested to do so by tomethlng more
authentic than a newspaper statement, which
msy, after all, turn out to be a hoax, like the
Fomeroy circular or the Howard proclamation.
THE FAX.I. Or rOUT MortOAIf VKIUCS
TUB FALL OF GOLD.
We learn by telegraph thst gold dropped
down to 333) In Wall street, to-day, In conse
quence of the official announcement of the fall
of Fort Morgan.
We are glad to observe that the Importance
of the capture of that rebel stronghold Is res!
lzed In New Tork. It Is an evidence of tho
watchfulness and shrewdness of the money
Fort Morgan Is tho key to the city of Mo
bile. The enure Seet (the light draft portion
of It) can new be let loose upon the city, the
obstructions be the essler remored, and the
city csptured. When once In our hands, It
ucvuiucB ui greater importance to uen. Oner-
man than we care to state at present.
This Is not all. Tbe fall of Fort Morgan re
leases a large fleet which has been for s long
time blockading Mobile. These vessels are
very much needed off Wilmington to perfect
the blockade there.
It Is a humiliating lact, shown by our last
European advices, that the confederate stock
was trortA fifty per cent, more, In London on
the 13th lust., than tto but bondt and stocJU of
tnt vnuta btata vovtrnmint. This Is said by
a London writer to be owing to the facilities
for running the blockade at Wilmington.
The English market has recently been sup
plied with an Immense quantity of cotton run
out of Wilmington. Perfect the blockade of
that port, and tht Confederate stock will fall
and United States ttockt will go np. The fall
of Fort Morgan famishes s large number of
nrstclass v easels of war to aid in that blockade.
Hence the vast Importance of the fall of tht
great rebel fortress at the mouth of Mobile
bay, and its consequent effect npon the gold
and stock msrket of the country to-dsy.
A morning paper, professedly the organ of
the War Department, announces to-day, that
upon sn abtsrd rebel street rumor, circulated
yesterday, that sixty thousand rebelt were ad
vancing npon Washington, "preparations
were mad. for Issuing on. hundred daya ra
tions to the regiments of the War and Treasury
Depsrtments, asd the companies of the Inte
rior Department," and that subsequently, npon
learning that the report was dot Irne, the Issue
of rsllons was stopped.
The combined Ingenuity of tht New Tork
Herald, irbrM, and Aim could not devise a
statement that would place the Secretary of
War In a more stupid attitude. Could any
thing be more absurd than the statement that
the Secretary of War, who Is In constant and
direct telegraphic communication with Gen,
Sheridan, and who, consequently, knows the
factt about the altuatlon of tht enemy, should
act upon a street ravnor set sfloat by eocesh for
evil purposes 1 And what Is still worse, that
any officer of the Government shonld, under
any circumstances, order the Issuing of "ooe
hundred daya rations" to the regiment! and
companies of tbe Departmental If inch forces
were to more out of the city they certainly
would not carry that amount of rationt, unless
Iney purposed golog to the Banawlcn islands)
and If they were to remain In tht defences, of
course, rstlont would be Issued to them dally.
We are happy to be able to state, not only
that the enemy Is getting swsy from Bherldsn's
front, and that the latter It pursuing him In
tbe valley, but that no such absurd " prepars
tlons were made " by order of any officer of the
Government, much lea. the Secretary of War,
at stated In the extract quoted above.
DaowNSD in Cnsiirux. Dai, Dr. Arm
Istoud, of compsny A, 133d Ohio regiment,
was lost overboard from tbe steamer Monahan-
sett, about 11 f teen miles from Fortrest Monroe,
In contequence of a tchooner tomlng In colli'
slon with the steamer. Tht regiment wat on
their way home, their term of service having
aaaa as. am9Z ... afaain tats
bmflljj, WAR BULLETH..
CArTCRE DF FORT MORGAN CONHRMED.
I ' aa
Tho Moblllans Confident of their
Ability to Hold tho City.
Early WKhdrawIrJs from Sheridan's
QKN. BIIEHUAU OUTTINO.QFFTnK
REBEL LINES OF SUPPLY.
WAisiaaioa, O. C, Aug Sf, 1844. 1
Mtjor Otntrat Dtff, New York!
Th. capture of Tort Morgan It fully con
firmed by dispatches from Gens. Grant and
Sherman, who derive their Information from
Itlchmond and Mobile pspers. It tppetrt from
Gen. Grant's dispatch to the President, Jntt re
ceived, that Fort Morgan was surrendered
ClTT F0IHT, AOg. S, 1SS4.
J.r.lan'a.rrta dent Vmllti SUIet!
Since my deepstch of this morning, I htrt
received the Richmond oVallnil oi the STth. It
contains the following dlspsteht
"The report of the surrender of Fort Morgan
was most unexpected, and weawslt an ex
planation of to unfertauate sn occurrence."
The prott of Mobile It hopeful end confident
Of their ability to hold the city.
U. fl. Geaut,
The latest Intelligence from the Shenandoah
Valley1 represents that a large part of the rebel
force there hat been 'withdrawn towards Rich
mond. The latest reports from General Bherman
represent that thut far hit recent movement
to occupy the rebel lines of supply have been
successful. Edwin M. Btaictos,
Secretary of War.
A FOUir-lO LOAS Or ONE THOU. AMD
StILLlO.f DOLLSn. OFFBItED TO
We learn that an offer hat been made to our
Government through ths Secretary of State,
by a great banker at Hamburg, to take a United
8tatct loan of one thomand million dollars, to
run leventy-flve yean, at three per cent, tn
terest, payable half yearly In coin. The loan
It to b furnished In the proportions of teventy
per cent. In outtttndlug United Btstee bondt,
ten per cent. In United StttM ptper currency,
and twenty per cent. In gold or sliver coin.
It Is proposed to dispose of the whole amount
among the people of the continent of Europe
on the principle of premium loans, the princi
pal to be reimbursed to the holders during tbe
last fortr-flve rears of the term in etual torn!
annual lnelalments the Government paying
the current Interest, premiums snd principal,
which would require but flfty millions per an'
bud during the term of the loan seventy.flve
Thla annual payment of flfty. millions, It will
be observed, while It will extinguish both the
principal and Interest of the loan, Is no more,
in fact, than Sve per cent. Interest upon t lotn
of one thousand million.
Whether this offer will be accepted or not, It
not yet decided) but It certainly developa one
Important fact, namely, that the utmost confl.
dene. In tht liability of our Government and
the strength af lu resources It entertained by
tht Intelligent capitalist! of the continent of
Europe, The fact that inch an offer It made
ought to came the Vailandlghamt and tht
Woods to hide their diminished (copper)
Proaaaraat.au Lake Cltr.
We have received the Deeeret JVstn, of August
8d, and glean from It a few Items t
George POncefort wit playing Sir Charles
Coldstream in "Used Up," and William In
" Black Eyed Susan," and his performances
were prslaed by the Mormont.
The A'nol sayt
The Indians, who were last week reported to
be tronbleseme near Green river, after levying
a contribntlon of tuppllea from a Irian, and
ateallng a few anlmala, peacefully wended their
way easterly mrsngn ine oouin rass.
Tbe following notice appears at the head of
the editorial column of the paper i
Notici. Prea. Brlgham Young desires the
memoers oi ine company Known at ton'a
Camp, who went from KIrtland to Missouri
with Pres. Joseph Smith In 1834, to attend the
next uctoner conterence, as ne wtsnes to tee
tnem ana tneir companion! conrenea at a run.
ner party In the Social Hall.
The 23th of July, being the 17th anniversary
of tbo Latter Day Salntt In Utah, wat celebrated
In all their settlements with much enthusiasm,
On tbe 17th of July Brlgham Toung delivered
an address tn the "Bowery," evidently Intended
to draw away from our gentile Btatea many of
the female population, lie sayt t
"We understand that In manv of onr Eastern
neighborhoods, where thero wero plenty of
young men, and the yoaog ladles had notnlog
to do but sit at the piano, go visiting, or amuse
themselves at they pleased, many young ladles
are now compelled logo Into the fields and
labor. This Is trae of yoaug elrls and their
mothers who never before did such work.
Where Is the brother! Where Is tho husbsnd
ana tne latuerr Biain or oerore tne enemy.
What Is the sltustlon of our once bsppy conn
try 1 It Is written here, almost dallj -You
know not the atate of the Inhabitants of this
country, and the circumstances in which they
His discourse concludes with the following
"I hav. spoken tblt afternoon that you may
ace that I am living and In food heallbi and I
Intend to live, If I can, until tbe Zlon or our
God It established npon the earth and until all
wickedness Is swept from the land. God bless
Aiststaat Trteaiar.r far Haw York.
Mr, John A. Stewart, well-known In the
financial circles of New York, has been ap
pointed Assistant United Statea Treasurer for
that Dlstrkt, vlco Mr. Cisco resigned.
Ot. Ouirisu) has been renominated for
Congress In the Nineteenth Ohio district. The
following Is one of the resolutions adopted
almost unanimously by the convention!
Jlttolmd, That the recent attack npon the
President by Messrs. Wade and Davis Is, In
oar opinion, Ul-tlmed, ill-tempered, and ill ad
vised, carrying great and undisguised Joy to
rebel camps In tht South and rtbel tympa
tollers In the Jorth, and to the Union cause
eau be productive of evil, and only evil) and
Inasmuch as one of the authors of said protest
la a cllitan of this Congrettiontl district and
Indebted In no small degree to our friendship
for t e position he now occupies, we deem It a
duty no lest Imperative than dlttgreeible to
pronounce upon thtt dliorginlting manllesto
onr UDQUtUfled disapproval and condemnation.
nV tele an aph.,-
- . Ilia-Ms.. . U,
INFORMAL niLLOTIRO OF STATES.
An Armlstlco Convention Boo-
VALLANmOIUal AND FERNANDO
WOC-D CAV1N0 IN
A BREAK DOWN BAD OMEN!
Cbicaoo, Aug. W. Th. New York delega
tion held flnal meeting this morning, snd
sfler brief consultation, s rot. wtt taken at
to who should be the choice of the delegation
for the Presidency, with tht following retail!
McClelltn S3, tcttterlug 13.
The vote of the Ohio delegation yesterday
stood, for McClelltn IS, against SO.
Tht vote of the Missouri delegation wat at
follows! for McClellan 13, scsUetinr 0. Nei
ther Ohio nor Missouri will vote it unit.
Indlsns ttsndt 18 for McClelltn and 0 against
him. Illinois It 33 for McClelltn and lOtgalnit
It It not expected that mort than s temporary
organisation and the appointment of the usual
committees will be effected to-day.
A majority of both the delegations from
Kentucky ire laid to be for McClellan.
Aa yet little or no difference of opinion U
manifested at to the character of the platform.
An armttUct contention of th. State, on the
adoption of every meant consistent with
Chrlstltnlty snd civilization to brlug about s
permanent and honorable peace, seems to be
points generally agreed upon by all delega
tions. VaUandlgham It understood to htve
pledged to the ctudldate of th. convention,
whoever he may be, and this it reported to be
the potltlon of Fernando Wood.
Wood It sild to bold tht potltlon thtt he will
support the nominee of the convention unless
another convention It called snd . peace Dem
The tectloa of th. tmphltheatre let tpart for
ladles snd gentlemen wst filled to overflowing,
end in lmmence outside tudlence.
The portion of the sudltorlum without itati,
where the people were densely picked, give
way at eleven o'clock, and numbers were pre
clpltated to the ground, a distance of ten feet.
Nobody was seriously Injured, indgood hu
mor nrevttled over the accident. Got. 8ev.
moor. VaUandlgham, Richardson, and other
prominent men, were received with cheers sua
music ss they entered the building.
Th. aald atarkat.
Niw You, Aug, 89. Gold, since the Botrd,
Imp.rtaat lf.vaaaaat by Ihiraaa,
Locitviixa, Aug. 37. An officer from the
irons tart mat onerman wat moving: tne onis
of hit army to a position on the Macon and
Georgia railroad. In the rear of Hood's forces.
Heavy skirmishing was going on. There wero
no casusuiee on our stae.
aw T.rk .took UaU
Bv the Paonla'a Talearaoh lists.
OOsss-Slt Math street and corner Pennsylvania
aiau. am. oiaua auww
Monday. Ananar 2S Fiatr Boasd.
U.S. IBS! coupon re lotv'
c. .. s-ao'a 111)!
laruncaica oi anuaotwiaMS......
Mew York CutraL
Hudson tUver..... .
minora Ceatrai.... .,
Cleveland and Pittsburg.. ......
Cleveland aad Toledo ,
Chicago and Rock laland ,
Mllwaukla and Prairie du Chlcn..
PltUbnrg, Fort Wayne and Chisago Ill.'a'
aiion ana i err. Maaie. ..
Chisago aad Mortawcatsra
Quicksilver .......... .......
Tni real estate valuation In Boston thla
rear It Ilo3.073.900.indthepertonalll50.377..
000, making the total 1333,449,000, s gain of
13U.943.700 over last vear'a tout valuation.
The number or polls Is 33,833, or 78 leaa than
last rear, ana the rate or taxation ii3.no on
11,000. Augustus Hemmenway Is the largest
tax-payer, Dctng taxoa lor S3,lDl,tuu.
Bniuiro Bixtib. Geonro Granoo waa ar
retted br Set unto. Sklppon, on Prwav olthiiait,
oq tbacbarxaof tehlln llrar rrom Mr. Walker,
a pbotographar la tb employ of tk OoTrnmcot.
Tb .liver wm ihpropertyf tha Ooraramcot,
inn wii uhu uj aura vvaiair id, aim duibci ai
photocrapber. OrajanD eoofeued tba Urocoy,
and wii commuted to Jail for court. About four
ounou wcra loooa on aim wnea imiwa.
iMroaTAHT to Pilots. CaoL E. 8. Allen.
our efflotsnt Quartermaster, haa issued ai tmi-ort-nut
notla to illots, aa will be seen by reference to
our adrerUstng columns. Schooners hare been
placed at uvptr and lower Cedar F- lata, la tho po
sitions occupied by tht light-boats preTioua to
tbflr destruction by tha rebels. Lights will be
kept burning on these schooners from sunset to
Tm Capitol Doui Couplxtid. fiatordsy
the workmen finished tha exterior of tbe dome.
It Is now completed From the ground on the
eastf o tto tbe top of tht domt Is two hundred
and eUhty-seTcn feet. It Is thought tht interior
portion of It will be finish. d within a year.
Werkmen are engaged upon the massive columns
lot tbo porticos.
Beht to Elm mi. Three hundred and flfty.
seven rebel prisoners, aeeompanled by a guard bf
one hundred and twenty men, under ibt enarit of
t'apt. West, sth regiment Veteran Ksserve Corps,
wert taken from tnt uld Capitol ytsterday, to be
conrcjel to Heirs, N. Y.
A Boous Ditbcti vs. Officer Parker arrested
Touog man named Goldlog.on Saturday evening,
on tt charge of belog a bogus detective. He was
In 'be babitof going about demaoalng passes of
soldiers, and representing himself aa a Govern
mint detective. He was turned over to the mill-
UiFDania, Three rerugeea from Richmond,
were seat In this morning and taken before Col.
fngraha o. They were sent North after taking
tbe oath of allegiance.
Eight deserters from the rsbel army were brought
In yesterday and sent North after taking tba oath.
Fon Fort Dilawabi. Privates John J.
Ekluner, Isaes W. Q nimby, Reuben Hsgan, and
Amos k. Smgley wero taken from the Uld tapltol,
this morning, to be scot to Fort Delaware, to
aervt out aentenoe of tourf-martlaL
Navt Tabd. The United States iteamer
Ella, Acting Master stone, arrived at the yard yea
terday mornltig, bringing no news.
Custom Housb Qiobotowk. Cleared.
Sob. Ecllise, Keeiler, Havro da Graeej ach. Kite,
Hooper, Hotper islan it sloop Kllen Jaoe.Swan.
Mattawomeni bark I.. Wmiams, atrtper, Phlla.!
sloop G Washington, UiaUey, St. Maiy'ci ich.
Gen. Banks. Ryder, New Yorki soh J. Lao dor.
Pei ry. MerrWnJ rointj ich. A. A. Dsndeli. Craa
oea, Uiston, Mass.i sob. J, A, Ponous, Leeta, New
Yorkf scb. uoenburse, Ptaburse, New Jlaventseh.
Boheman, Young, Chep-ke Cltyi sch D. p,
Hlekmaa, Hagin, Elk ton, Md. sch. Oonstitutloa,
Mard'ick, Mallow's bsyj sch. F. Baron, Madison,
Baltimore! longboat Louisa, Meno, M stu women t
lonboat fc. Adel, Mann, Bryan's iPolnti sloop M.
Andrew, Pate, Patuxent.
s . , -.
Bitr-IitscRiBO Draft AasociiTioif. Mayor
Anderson aabeme of getting aubatltutea to fill
the town's quota seema to bt popular, If wa might
Judsa from the nu i.ber ol receipts aU.ady algned.
It IS OnlV far (Mr.mtll.in An Ih.r. hai . fan
dsva left wt w tuld advlst all subject to tbe draft
to taut advantage of thla golden opportunity.
danghterof WUUam Finney, Esq, aged 4 years
and t months.
The meads of thef.mllyire lavltedta attend
tht lunaial. from her fathrr'e reside oce. corner of
U and Ninth streets, to-morrow (Tuesdsy) morn
ing, ntU o'clock. " ,M
ri-AiAd'nrntjd Mtla; efihi Doartl
AfiV.tiMa) ha FtabHt) lea tOlf will b bClttOQ
TUESDAY Mil. tht Kih Ina... a lojlr, p, m.
tTts a. auvraon-svava,
eon it taawary.
EVS.Ta 1M0-Zs Paraomaofaadaittary
ftablta troubled with we.kr.rM, .altitude, pat-pit,
lion af tha haart, lak of apptUU. diitren after
atlof, torpid .Irar.eo&a'lpatlon, a., deietretu
ufltr if .faer will not try tht eelebrated
which ara now rttommtadad j tha hlgbeat medi
cal anthorttiee. and warrant- to produce an fm
ww&UU beaeOcUl affect. They ara cxeaadtogly
afTfrcabU, parreetlr pure, and nut tupercada all
other ionlea wher a healthy, tentle atlmulaot la
They ptutty, atmcthan and UTlcorata.
They areata a healthy appatlta.
They ara an antldota to ehaoit ot water aad
ThcyoTtreoma affecta of dlailpaUon and lata
They etrcnf than tht lyitem and tnltran tha mind.
Theyprtrtntmlaamatlt and Inter mltUnt ftrtrl.
They purify tha breath and acidity of tha
They ear Dycpepila and CooitlpaUon.
They cure Diarrheal, Cholera and Cholera Mor
They curt Urtr Complaint and Nerroui Head
aeht. They make tha weak atronr.tha laoxuld bril
liant, and art exhaueted nature' great reitorer.
They art eompoetd of tht celebrated Oalliaya
bark, wiaterfreen. afrei, roota and herb, all
prtetrrtdla perfectly port It CoIx ram. For
paitlealare, act tlrenlara and ttatlmonlala around
iwwara oi mpoitcri. sxamina trcry ooiue. sea
that It hat D. f. Baroaa it nature on our private
V, B. Stamp orer tht tork. with plantation etaoe.
aad our firm ilf nature on a tint itecl plate en
iravlnf on aide label. Set that our bottlt ta not
rcflJledwlth epurlouaaad delete rioui ituff. We
defy any person to match tht tactt or character ot
our cooJi. Any perion pretending to aell Planta
tion Blttcrc by the gallon or In bulk laanlmpoa
ttr. Waaall only In our log cabin bottle. Any
ptnen Imitating thia bottle, or aell log any other
material therein, whether called Plantation Bit
ten or not, It a criminal under tha U. S. Law, and
will ba to proeteuted by ua. Wt already hart our
tyt on two parUca retailing our bottlei, fc... who
will taeottd U getting thtnielrtt Into cloit quar
tere. Tht dtmand for Drake' Plantation Blttere
from ladlat, clergymen, mtrehanta, Ave, la per
fectly Incredible. Tht almplt trial of a bottlt la
tha arldcnot wt prtaent or their worth and luperl
orlty. They art aold by all rciptciablt druggtitc.
graeera, phyiIalani,hoUlf, aaloom, ateamboat,
and country itorca.
P. U. DRAKI S. CO.,
au3,-coJm 302 Broadway N. Y.
WaE DsCrABTMXKT, )
PlOTOtT MXMHiL GXHCBAL't Urnci, I
WAiaiioToif, D. C, June M, 134. )
Circular, No. M.
Ptraoaa not Dt for military dnty and not liable
to draft, from aga or other eauaca, hart expreaied
a dealrt to bt perion ally represented In tht Army.
In addition to tht oontrlbutlona they hara made tn
tht way of bounties, they propoie to procure at
thtlr own expense, and present for enlistment, re
cruits to represent them In tht serrlea. Such
practical patriotism ta worthy of aptelal commen
dation and encouragement, Proroct Marshals,
and all other offleera acting under thla Bureau,
ai a ordered to furnish all tht facilities In their
power to enlist and muster promptly the accepta
ble rtpmcaUiipt rtcntiti presented, In accordance
with tht design herein set forth
The name of tht person whom tht recruit repre
sents will bt noted on tht Enlistment and Deierlp
Urt Roll of tht recruit, and will bt carried forward
from those papers to tht other official records
which form hla military hlatery.
Suitably prepared certificates of thla perianal
rtprtmnUHtm In tht serrice will bt forwarded from
this office, to be filled out and Issued by Prorost
Marshals to tht persona who put In rtprtuntatU
rtcnili. JAMES B. FRY,
JaTMf Prorost Marshal Central.
WAS DXFATlf EHT. )
Adjutaut Gxm ebal'i urricc,
Wasuimotom, June to, 1804. )
Civil employees In the yarloua Military Ofllcea
and Departments In Washington, who claim a
residence and liability to draft elsewhere than In
tht District of Columbia, will Immediately pro
duet ertdence ol such residence and liability to
the proper enrolling officers of tht District of Co
lumbia, and take steps to hare their names
stricken from their enrolment lists, In order that
the quota of tha District may bt flxtd upon a
By order of tht Secretary of Wan
E. D. TUWNSENtV
Jy Assistant Adjutant Gee!.
F 7 I 0 I A L,
WAJRineTOM. March 17. 1844.
wvTim ui.asUL'i urric
All appUea tlons for leaves of absence or per
mission to visit Washington must be addressed to
Major General Halleck, Chief ot SUIT, and must
specify ibt business for which the officer desires
the permission. Telegram addressed direct to the
Secretary of War on thla subject will receive no
By order of tha Secretary of War.
aaSl-H Assistant Adjutant Oonertl.
M O T I 0 E
E . ,
UNITED 8TAT.E8 7 3-10 LOAN.
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WASH-.
HAS VOW ON HAND,
READY FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY,
a full supply of these new Bonds.
SubtcritxT$ ere rtquetUd to prenml their certijlcat i
mti ohct and receive thtir Bendi,
Those having money to Invest should not lose
sight or the fact that, by Investing In this Loan,
they not only receive Interest at tbe high rate of
1 1-10 per cent., but aecure to themselves the very
Important advantsge of obtaining, at the end of
SIX PER CENT. A-ao YEAR BONDS AT PAR.
Vhlchftra now worth over 13 per cent premium,
..nu iruitii imr u wunuii . aw 7 advance)
to a much higher rate. au37 tf
F F I 0 I A L.
HxADQ'ms Pnovorr Maximal awo Board or 1
EarnoLMXHT or Distbict or Columbia.
Wash moTOP, D. C, June , 1M1, )
Tht Board of Enrolment of tha District of Co
lumbia will bt la session at tht office of tht Pro
vost Marshal District of Columbia, corner of Elgh
teenth and I streets, dally (Sunday's excepted),
from U o'clock s. u. to l o'clock p.m., for tbe
purpose, of hearing rases of txcmptlon from draft
for tbe following oausci.vlii
Unsultableneaa of Age,
Manifest permanent physical disability, and
Two years' aervlet during the present war,
either tn the Army or Navy
Cltixens are requested to furnish Information as
to persons who are not enrolled, or who are trying
to evade enrollment, aa It la equally for the in
terest of each peraen enrolled to place upon tht
"Enrollment List" all persons liable to do mill.
tary duty, ao that hie own chance lor draft shall
not be unjustly Increased.
J. C. PUTNAM,
Captain 1st Regiment V. R. C, and Provoat Mar
shal District of Columbia my3-tf
TlTT E li N A IT R KT K N U E
D. S. AssEisoa's OrriCL, )
. . . WABIimOTOI., AUgUSt, 16. (
Br joint resolution of Congress, approved Julr
..lM. a special tax of five per cent, was laid on
all iDComes, whether derived from trade, business,
profession, salaries, dividends. Interest, or any
voc-tlon whatever, during the year 1883, over and
above six hundred dellors.
Notice Is hereby given to uU wiotu, lnctudlDg
Government clerks, offloers, and employees, to
W.0.".1 om"' .r a10 Assistant Assessor
of the division In whtoh they reslde-who hve
not made a detailed return-a ilttaiUi statement
' their Income received duriog tne year 1863,
whether derived from salary, trade, profession, or
any other vocation whatever, locluolng Interest,
dividends, rents, Ae ( on or before tht ifrst day ol
..".'Mi? rtara &ot madt by the tltrt spsclfleii.
II will bt the d'ltv of tht Assessor to summon th
Sanies before him, mike tht assessment, and a! I
fly per .eat. to tht tax thus assessed.
P. M. PEARJON,
au.Mt U, S. Ansiior for Dls. of Col,