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WASHINGTON. L. C.
nUDATmmnimmnm.BEPTEMBEK 3, 1864,
WLKClTolf', KOVBMBKU P, 196.
FOIl VIGE PRESIDENT,
"THE CRISIS WHICH THREATFNED TO
DIVIDE THE FRIENDS OF THE UNION IS
f SHJLL SOT RETURN TO SLAVERY ANY
rERsos WHO IS FREE BY the terms of
THE rROCLAMATtOH, OR BY ANY ACT OF
I PROCLAIM FULL PARDON TO ALL WHO
f OLXMNLT SWEAR TO HENCEFORTH FAITH.
FULLY SUPPORT, PROTECT, AND DEFEND
THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES
AND THE UNION OF THE STATES THERE
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T Piep,ed Vmrtmn Lata
The New York Timti by Its Washington
correspondence, attempts to throw discredit
upon tha statement made In the New York
Tribune and the National RmmjciT, that
rtiponatble bankers at Hamburg had tent an
ofiVrof a loan of cne thousand mllllona at a
rate of thrue percent Interest per annum, for
a term of seventy five years. Nft withstanding
all denials the announcement was true.
An officer of the Treasory Department haa
bad the proposition, forwarded by Mr. Hoif
tta1t, of Hambnrg,on behalf of several wealthy
German raplt.Iltta.under examination, and ha
prepared a report. In which the proposition Is
thoroughly analyred. The responsibility of
ine I'sikirs making the oflir Is vouched for
by Mr. m Marsh, United Statia Consul.
Bh ul 1 fwrttarj Fcenden decide to amp1
this pr m -slilon, he will hire bat Uule difficulty
to gU ng tLe Lcccessrv authorization of the
tnteure from Ccngrees neit December.
The Public Debt.
The official statement ol the pobllc debt on
the 80th of August shows the amount out
BUD ding to be 1,87? 65,234, and the Interest
In both colnind lawful money to be 77, 117,
1 r an Increase of the public debt slnco the
of August of f ."13,673,000.
Ti.e debt bearing Interest In coin Is now
tSsO,SW,W2 The debt bearing Interest in
lawful money Is $410,197,000. The debt; on
which Interest has ceed, $357,470. The debt
bearing no Intercut, 3lit 111,207. The unpaid
requisitions aro T$,7'J ,000, and the amount
In the treasury 117,150 Ms.
It farther appears that since the 51 of August
(be 6 ptr cent bonds under the act of July 17ib
and August 5tb, 1801, exchanged for 7-SO's,
hare Increased to the extent of $15,000,000,
that the 7 30 thrue year cote under the act of
July 17tb, 1S01, hare been reduced about the
same amount, and thefl percent, certificates
of Indebtedness, under the act of March 1st,
1863, hare Increased nearly $29,000,000.
Giuiul Hatch. We are glad to learn that
Brigadier General EdwarAIIatcU has so far re
covered of his wounds aa to be again In com
mand of a dlrlslon of cavalry. After opening
the railroad, he haa recently been operating In
face of the enemy'a guns. He crossed the Tal
lahatchie rlrer, attacked and drove Chalmers
below Oxford some 20 mile. II then fell back
for rations and forage. Chalmers and Forrest
soon formed a Junction and occupied one of
the strongest positions In Mississippi, a place
called Hurricane Creek. On the 14th ultimo
General natch attacked and whipped them
both fairly, turned both of their flanks, and
captnred the caissons of their artillery and alio
some prisoners. By his devotion to the dli
clpllne and equipping of bla division he will
soon hare It In good fighting trim, and defeat
will be eTer unknown to It where be commands.
Oub" Walter said to us privately, on the
presentation of a silver cup to the editor of the
SwampKGit Blundtitmni, "What does he want
of a cup V Walter knows him evidently, and
save " he can drink from any vessel that con
tain liquor whether the Leek of a bottle, the
mouth of a demijohn, the spile of a keg, or
the uunghole of a barrel, The uplrited editor
Is a McClelm u,
Hon. Uinkt J. Katuond, Chslrman of the
National Union Committee, arrived In town
this morning, and Is stopping at Wlllard's.
A Nat Far tha Peace "Democracy."
The Charleston Mercury laughs at the Idea
that there can be a reunion of the Northern
and Southern Biatea, and says the only way to
be at peace with the Southern people is to keep
them at theutmost dlttance the laws of nations
will allow, The Mercury addsi
"When Bouth Carolina seceded from the
United States she invited her ulster slavebold
log Biatea of the South to form with her a
Slareholding Confederacy.' Uitter experience
aad provtd that elareboldlng and non-slave-L
'ldtng Btttte could not live In harmony to-
ther under one government. Great llrltain
Frame aud Holland had sacrificed their slave-'
n idintr colonies, while under the Gnvtruio- ut
f the United states perpetual strife had proved
ItuforiaatUrdcr ItTucgBrd to llcbil lle
run. w W" Dar-ABTMMTi)
Paovorr Marshal Genual'-, unit r,
Washikotoh, O. C, August II, iwi. J
Clroular, No It.
.ecrters from the rebel army are not sub-
i enrolment or draft, nor are they accept
a ci- substitutes or recruits.
James II Fkt,
I'rovoit Marshal General.
Tbi editor of a Tarls Juvenile paper, calkd
the DiAVe Gout r, Inttnds giving a pltulc fta.
Uval to all the young substrlbtrs to the paper.
flTtry child guest Is to bring her doll.
Surrender of Fort Morgan
Corrrspoudcnce Between the Rebel
fieri. Tage and Admiral Far-
ragut and Gen. Granger.
The following official report was received at
the Nary Department, to-day, from Admiral
FLAO-SlltP If ASTTOR-D, )
West Ortr Blockadino 'qvadroh, S
MOBILK BAY, AUflllt 30, 1864. )
Bin i I had the honor In my dispatch, No.
360, to report to the Department that Fort
Morgan had surrendered on the 34 last, to
the army and navy, though at the time that
dispatch was written and mailed the ceremony
of surrender had not actually taken place.
The correspondence preliminary to that event
Is herewith forwarded, (marked Noa. 1, a, S
and 4,) and the Department will perceive that
the terms of capitulation ware the same as In
the case of Fort Gaines. Gen. Para endear.
ored to obtain more favorable terms, but with
I regret to state that after the atsembllQff of
tho rebel officers at the appointed hour 2
p. m for the surrender outtUU the fort, it waa
discovered, on an examination of the Interior,
that moat of the guns were spiked, many of tha
guncarrlagea wantonly Injured, and arms, am
munition and provisions, Ac., destroyed! and
that there waa every reason to believe that this
had been done after the white flag had been
raised. It waa also discovered that Gen. Pace
and several of his officers had do swords to de
liver npi and further, that soma of those which
were surrendered had been broken.
The whole conduct of tho officers of Fort
Gaines snd Fort Morgan preeenta such a strik
ing contrast In moral principal that I cannot
fall to remark upon 1L Col. Anderson, who
commanded the former, finding himself In a
position perfectly untenable, and encumbered
with a superfluous number of conscript, many
of whom were mere boys, determined to sur
render a fort which he could not defend, aid
In this determination was supported by all his
officers save onej but from the moment he
hoisted the white flag be scrupulously kept
everything Intact, and in that condition deliv
ered It over, whilst Gen. Page and his officers,
wit II a c una lan ipiieruineei. aeairovea inecuns
which they had eaU they would defend to the
last, nut wnicn iney never aeienaca at aii, ana
threw awav or broke those weapons which
they had not the manliness to use against their
enemies, for Fort Morgan never fired a gun
ancr tne commencement oi ine oomoarament,
and the advanced pickets of our srmy were
actually on its glacis.
Aa before stated, the ceremony of surrender
took place at 3 p. m., and that same afternoon
all the garrison were sent to New Orleans in
toe united Biatea steamers Tennessee ana men
villa, where they arrived safely.
cry respect tuny, your otxnient servant,
D. G Fa era o it,
Rear Adm'l, Comd'g W. O. D. S.
Hon. Gideon Willis,
Secretary of the Navy, Washington.
Fort Moroak, Aug 3. W4
Rear Admiral D. G. Fakbaout, U.S. N i Maj.
Gen. Gokdon Gkaxoik, U. S. A., Command
ing, ilc, c.t
Ue-itlemin: The further sacrifice of 11 To be
Injc unucceesar my sick and wonnded suffer
ing and exposed humanity demands that I ask
for terms of capltalitlon.
Very respectfully, A.C.,
(Signed) R. L. Paoe,
Brig. Gen. C. S. A.
HcAnquAaTiBS U Foa-ii, (
MoBJLklUr AujU't 31, !. f
Gixibali I have notified Admiral Farragnt
of your desire to capitulate. Until his arrival
hostilities will be suspended, when your pro
oasl will I duly conildertd.
Very ru pec t fully, your obidlent servant,
G. G RANG Bit,
Ma. Gen. U. 8. A., Cora'd'g.
To Brie. Gen. It. L. Tags, commanding at
HEAPQCARTrBI L'jfIVE1 STAVES F RCEI,
Mobile BaV, Auk 2).b64 (
Brig Grn h L Tagr, Command irg tort Morgan t
biniRALi In reply to your communication
of this dale, received by Captain Taylor, asking
ror terms or capitulation, we nave to say tnal
the only terms we can make aret
First. The unconditional surrender of vour-
self and the garrison of Fort Morgan, with all
of the public property within Its limits, And
in toe samo condition mat u u now.
Second. The treatment which Is In conform
Ity 1th the custom of the most civilized na
tions umara prisonerroi war.
Third. Private property, with the exception
of arms, will be respected.
Very respectfully, your obedient serranU,
P. Dratto, Captain U. S. N.
On the part of Admiral Farragnt, Command
ing Naval Forces.
K. Arnold, Brig. Gen. U. S. A.
On the part of Gen. Grander. Commanding
United Statu Forces.
FoiT MorSam. Auxuat 24. 1MI
Capt. P. DiuYTow, U. S. N.,llrtg. General IL
akhold, u . a. a,, acung on tne part, respect
ively, of Admiral Farrayut and Gen. Granger
Uimximini Your conditions in communi
cation of to-day are accepted, but I have still
to request tnat tue terms asaca witn my sick
be granted and inserted In the capitulations.
I HI be prepared to surrender at 3 o'clock,
and to embark as soon aa possible.
Respectfully, A,c ,
(Signed) R. L. Pagi,
Brig. Gen. C. B. A.
OFUCIAI WAll 111'I.LKTISr.
Despatch from Gsnaral Can by Nothing
from Grant, fl ha rid an or Sherman.
Waihifotok, Sept. i, io fto a. m. J
Mrjor General Dix, rw lorkt
'this Department has lust received General
Canby'a official report of the surrender of
ror t uortran:
"New OflLSANi.Aug.Sl. FortMorgan sur
rendered unconditionally yesterday at two
o'clock, p. m., 23d Instant.
" Ed. K. 8. Uanbt, Major General.'
'New Oblians, Auk. 34. By the surren
der of Fort Morgan we have about six hundred
frit oners and sixty pieces of artillery, and a
arge quantity of material.
" id tue twelve noors oreceaimr tne surren.
der about 3,000 sheila were thrown into the
fort. The eludel and barracks are entirely
aeeiroyuj. aua me works ircneraiiv mucn in-
"Many or tue suns wero sulked, the car.
rlages barned, aud much of the ammunition
deiroytd by the rebels.
" The losses In the army were one man killed
and seven wounded,
"Ed. R. H.Caxbt, Major General.
Nothing has been received to-day from
Generals Grant, Sherman or Hherldsn.
Edwin M. Stanton,
Secretary of War.
Attempt of Itabal Irloucra to Utcipi
The Rochester eVxpreu saysi "From Mr.
Dana, Mho arrived Irom Elm Ira last evening,
we learn that an attempt has been made by the
rebel prisoners In Elm fro to escape from their
confinement. They had managed to dig a
fett Paat the enclosure of the grounds. And ' - ?M ..ni,F Rswortii hai bten re
n;.r7r SnL imiMin J. ThfrZi.! ??.m ?d !"??" e Btcond Illinois con-
under tho hospltsl building. The rebels, when
aiscovertu, were uriaaiy engigcu at worn in
the trench, and were aiming fur a sutler's tent.
Tho ditch was only about two and a half feet
UIKO, ana auouv lorcw icei ouuer grouuu, ana
onlvtwomunconldiretlnatatline. Thev had
T,r triula t inn.lr ut 1 1 h inn hnv Ira manniml
lo get so far In bard, gravelly soil Is a my 9
"v vui. a-u nvi -.", --. M .-., ...(.,.
n ctw two-cent roataso stsmps or tlie,
Sandwich Islands rcsemblo onr three cent
stamp. In sl and color. Lelntr Printed on bril -
Bbuuio ,u size ana color, Leing printea on nni-
Ilant carmino lerforated paper, bearing the 1m-
frlnt or "national Bank Nol
n each of the upper corners
centre Is a medallion heid
"Hawaii" .bote, on scroll, .bore and below
sre the words "Kins Kenua," which Is tlmidr
tho plain English for two cents.
Tmy hAve a yoke of CAttle In Alfred. Maine,
' tlnht vears old. that neinb 8.600 nmmri. .nf
aro still growing. They aro tha i roi-erty of
Mr.Cjras (Irani, who has rtfustd 1,300 for
11 Y T 13LKO It A V il .
II K POUT OF A ItEDKL POROK UOVIffO
From the West we have tho following dls-
NunviLLT, Sept. 1. A rebel force, cstlma
ted at 10.000 strong, with 13 ffuns. went within
seventeen miles of Nashville, on the Murfrecs
uuru tiks, uayugnt mis morning,
MaJ.Gen. Rossesu, with a body of cavalry
and infantry, started yestordaT afternoon, and
met the enemva adanrn arltMa ninnlni.
Sharp skirmishing ensued, with varying ine-
At the last accounts Rosseau had driven the
rebels three miles towards Murfrecsboro.
tessengers from the advance, report that
whIeTa whole force Is between this city and
There Is a considerable force of rebels at
Prisoners snd some wounded have been sent
In from Rosseau's front.
Lorisviu.1, Sept. 1. Fifteen guerrillas,
under Billy McGrande. are reported to have
thrown an engine off the track of tha Lebanon
branch of the railroad to-day, six mtlss from
New Haven. They burned the express bag-
f;agecar, robbed the passengers, and then left
n the direction of Uardstown.
Jesse's gang of two hundred guerrillas re
turned to-day from a raid to the Ohio river,
and encamped two miles from Newcastle. The
Inhabitants of that town momentarily appre
hend an attack.
Passengers from Nashville ssy that Wheeler,
Forrest, and Roddy are engaged tearing up
the track of the Great Western railroad, be
tween Nashville and the Tenncssoe river.
The Nashville Union ears that Rosseau has
made such a disposition or bis force that these
rebel commands cannot Injure the railroad,
and that Rosseau has gone out to give Wheeler
Fit Oil TIIK AltMY OK TUB POTOHAO.
All UJt Alans; tho Line a-Pstarabura;
Dlatnrbtd by a LoeomotlTo Mortar.
The lsteat Information from tho Army of the
Potomac Is that Wednesday passed without
any changes in tho relative positions of the op
posing armies which can be of any Interest to
the general reader.
The monster lMncb mortar, mounted on a
railroad car. has recently been run up the road
opposite to Petersburg, and a few shell thrown
by It Into the city. The object of this wss to
deter the rebels from firing on our pickets, snd
It seems to have been partially succcessful.
LATKSjT FUOM MOMLB.
Destruction of tha Utbel It km Naahvlllo
bjr tbo Gunboat Metacomct.
Niw York. Sent. 1. The steamer McClel
len, from New Orleans on the '2Uht via Mobile
bay on the 2?ih. has arrived. Sho brings Ad
miral Farra(iute official dispatches regarding
the capture of Fort Morgan, and the flags of
me reDei ram Tennessee, reoei steamer Helms,
and of Porta Galoea and Morgan.
The rebel ram Nashville was blown up by
the Metacomet, on the nttfbt of the 25 th Inst.,
below Mobile She waa SCO feet long, and was
to mount twelve guns. The gunboat Oneida
fished up six torpedoes ou the 35th. In tho
channel, below tbo forts. The ram Tennessee
wouldsoon leave for New Orleans. Tho Sulma
is doleV doty In the Union cause. Our forces,
both on shore and on shipboard, are In excel
The McClellsn touched off Kej West, and
brooght the mail tbencc. The fever is decreas
ing. From the Vail?.
The New York Jhrald contains the following
rAtxiKO Waters, Aug. SI. Gen. Averil s
cavalry attacked the ineinv lo-dav i u the In
Chester pike, and drove him beyond Clarksun
llle; altoprebsed the enemy's pickets upon
the berrardstown and Cbirlettown roads, on
the Winchester pike. The enemy's pickets
u ere reinforced, but held lu check until shortly
after 1 o'clock, p. m., when the rebels advanced
wiiu an iniantry aivision ana artillery, thow
Ine but Utile cavalrv. On the rebel advance
belDg made, a brief engagement ensued, the
enemy showing a much greater force than our
Our casualties are lltfht. Lieut. Ilagerty,
company C, 14lh Peon)lvanla, Is among tho
This morning a dispatch was received from
Oen. Keller, at Cumberland, tbst all was aulet
Io that neighborhood that McNeil, with about
Mi men, was Between ttomney and Hanging
kock, inrcaicuing a rata.
The result of the operations Is what was ex
pected and nas desired. The re-occupation of
jiarunsourg oy tue enemy lo-nigni is not to vq
Guerrillas In Ktutitky,
Lous villi. A up. 3 1. Jesse's can a of truer
rlltas went Into Ghent, Kentucky, last nlgbt,
after having shot thirteen negroes In the sub
urbs. The Vevay (Indlaca) Home Guards
shelled the rebels out of Ghent, from the oppo-
sua Biaa oi me river.
Jake Bennett's snuad of seventeen men went
into Owentboro' on Saturday afternoon, cap
tured and shot Capt. Walters 3d Kentucky
cavairy, capturea ten negroes, seven or wuom
were shot, and the other three concealed I ht ni
sei ves on the wharf boat. The rebels set the
wharf boat on fire and left. ThocltiAens afteri
wards extinguished the Qro.
Twenty guerrillas, under Capt. Pratt, at
tacked Taylorsvllle ou Sunday night, and were
repulsed by the Anderson County Home Guard.
Last Tuesday Duooater robbed UaA Henrv'n
house, near Brsdbur), shot Mr. Henry, and do-
uiuuaucu us lurutiuru.
Cairo. Sept. 1. Accounts from White river.
Arkansas, say that the country along that river
is aiivo wiiuKuerniiaa, wnn nrtiiumaii pasting
boats. On tne 23d, part of Joe bhe'ly's rebel
Ksue auacKea ine lorces EUsrtijDjf tne railroad
between Durall'a Blutl aud Little Rock, and
captured nearly all of the otih Illinois rtftluunt,
occupying three stations. CoL Mitchell Is rt-
Eorted killed. Sbtlly's fores Is threatening
ovsll's BlolT and St. Charles.
The rebel General Buford is preparing for
another raid into West Kentucky. Ills ad
vance guard entered McCracken county a few
Eais, Sept. 1. An accident occurred on the
Philadelphia and F.rle railroad yesterday morn
ing. The cnglue and teiider left this city to
bring up an extra train, and when three tulle
ueyona union, tne Loner exploded, tearing the
engine to fragment, demolishing the track fur
a distance of twenty rods. The engineer, fire
man and a stranger named Parker, were killed.
The last two bad their clothes blown from their
Gin. A. W. Makklet, of the CamJcu and
Amboy rallroAtl, b tetu la towa aevcr! ays
toj)iEft Wlllards. He hai rt-crotly inmle a
touruftcelakcs an J h regslnsd his health.
Geoiiqe Hayis, of the firm of Dretr A
H)ti, d rhilsilelUA,leltth9 buU of I li ut
srty to louad a hoiua lor ditsb ci, scJ, or liiilrtu
Amerlesa miohaalctt and th purp us of the tea
tator is now aliout to be cmieU nut I'Uoa snd
piclncttloosior a butldln auitsnle for the j.ur
poae havs bscn stltertuej lur.,
John J. Wbbd, of Illinois, has been ap-
Kointed solicitor of lbs Court of Claims, Wca
11 Of. Joseph A. Wutnirr. nf Tndlnni 1ntn
Mli.llt.. in D ....I. 1 I., il ,. ..' ...
II "! rneu iu uo oij jeateci-ay,
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jja j n flAItrivnn -f r.nhnl Illll l.n.
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Alfred U.Wootbn, Esq., Attorney General
of Delaware, died on Sunday laat Heatudledlaw
In Pallailaltii.lai. iha U,. n. At .. i...
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Wbiin (We.i Mtslci.) bu,r arrested by
1 S'i'.'! """""" '"'" wt'U " " """
J, Biowncv Bell,
ruldunt of I'lilladol-
li. frlmt. Wiaie.ol.r ioi )''. In liaiptua
Jon W. ItiCB, a clerk In the .Vew York
nnal nlftaff. haa btfu arrtkterl. rh rtM. i ui . tni.t.i,
mo" nU? t'xe ,? , 1 ;" S'10 "ine tic
Xt,. we're loVier tiV .Tn1,tr,i-.i
JonvfSioo u y
wwa a. ........, - ,., luuriinjui ilall.t-
Co.. New York." pii," """ pisi onuotctoj witu it,
la tha flnra 2i the """H'lfrydei'srloieiit oi ta, B.ttla.ore and Ohio
i .1 1 1 'J railroad, i as lusn a;.onit.l a ti Ird niilstant en.
I'Ol'l! O'CIiOOK, P.M.
AN AltMlSTICB, Oil TUB TIlKASOrTlN
tub ciucAuo riTFona.
The " Dcmocnllc " Comeillon, o oiled,
recently assembled tt Chicago, dlelloctly de
maoda, In Its platform of principles, " ces
sation of hostilities." A "cessation of hos
tilities" Is, In othsr words, an armistice. It
becomes the people of this country carefully
to consider Tthat nlU be tha effect of an armis
tice upon onr present straggle. We hare
blockaded the Bosthem porta. The effect of
this blockade has been to rednce the rebels to
extreme want for munitions of war and sup
plies for their people. Another effect of It
has been thst It has preyented the cotton of
the South from going to market.
This failure of the snpply of cotton to the
world hi! raised Its price from ten cents to
SO pence In gold. In the beginning of the
war the rebels made a loan In Europe based
upon a promise to pay that loan in cotton at
ten cents per pound. Cotton now being CO
pence per pound in price makes this loan worth
thrice the face of It, prOTldlng the cotton could
be tsken out of the Confederacy and sold In
Europe. The hope of getting out this cotton,
with whst Is actually carried out by running
the blockade, makes thst loan now worth
aoventy six cents on the dollar In gold. The
British Loan, or the Console of Zngland, Is
now worth eighty-nine In gold. The United
Bute J Loan Is worth about forty In gold.
Foreign nations hare endured e-ur blockade,
because we cstc been actively prosecut
ing the war. If an armistice should be de
clsred, there would be no reason why the
powers of Europo might not demand the Open
ing of theso Boutbern ports. The opening of
these ports would Immediately take the cotton
of the South to European markets, placo the
Confederate loan at a high premium and enable
the Confederacy to get all the money It needed.
With this money It could build prlvalocra so aa
to sccp onr commerce literally from the seas.
It could supply Itself with arms and muni
tions of war, with provisions and all the neces
sities of life, so as to leave no poeslblo hope of
ever crushing the rebellion. For then reasons
Oevrge .V. .Saimrfirs tdtgrapfad from Canida to
the "lion." Jfr.TTelr that 1A1 nomlnte of Hit CM
cago cvnrtntton tfiotdti not he opposed.
In this brief manner we lndlcato to tho people
of this country the treasonable purpose of the
managera of the Chicago convention, and the
kind of work to be expected of Major General
George B. McClolIan should he be elected.
NOMKTIII.tU TO IlEUEMDBH.
Don't forget that I'intiletoiv, the boon com
panion of Valukdioixam; Pebdlktox, who
voted against suppilea to our gallant armies,
is put upon the same "Democratic" platform
with the gallant anQ patriotic McClellas.
AHUTIIKll CUAHCB FOIl MUI.I.KN
Wo want Mullen, of Yantly Fair, to sketch
two horjes going 1l opposite directions, and
McCleltan attempting to ride both at the same
time. Where it Mullen I
VAI.LAl.DiailABl v. BloCLKLLAX.
Don't forget that the traitor ValUndlgham
tuoved to make McCIeUan's nomination nntnt
motis. and that the conyentlon adopted the
Tlie Copperhead Bftlntea.
While tho copperheadi were firing (tuns to
celebrate their exertions to destroy the Cnion,
newa ot firing gam for the preserrAtlon of the
Union was also being rccelTed. Admiral Far
ragut's gnns were awakening the enemy to a
sense of the power of the nation) and the one
hundred and ten guns, two forts, two war
Ten el 8, and fourteen hundred rebel prisoners
attest the efficacy of those Union guns.
Tha PcRoe Platform.
The Richmond paper published In New York
by Ben Wood, called the New York AVw, cx
pre?std an opinion of the nomination of
McClel an singularly In harmony with that ex
pressed In Blunder's telegram to II ill fa i, as
Tho nominee of the Chlcaeo Convention for
the Presidency Is not the candidate or our
preferences; but, ttandlng vrxm the jXatform
upon which be has been nominated, and tielog
the recognized standard-bearer of the Dem
ocracy, he Is entitled to nnd lie will receive onr
Tha Hurgiou General.
Col. J. K. Barnes, who haa adminlste.-ed the
affairs of the Medical L epartmeat of the armies
of the United States so admirably for several
months past, has been appointed Surgeon Gen
eral, to date August 23dt vice Hanmond. dis
missed. Ucneral Ilvaler.
Ma). Gen. Hunter Is In town, havLog been
relieved from his command.
PAOUOTIONS IN TOE SCBOBON GEMS HAL'S
Orric.Wm. GrAce, clerk of cIasa two,
(11,400,) to be clerk of class three, (H.G.X),)
ylce King, resigned.
E. J. Ktfersteln, clerk of class one, to be il er.'c
ot ciass two, vice Grace, promoted.
Iltu.fU of XV. J. Florence.
' Col W. J. Florence takes a benetlt at Ford's
1 l.entre io n ght He will appear In three dlirer
cnt characters-that of Tim Moore, In tho "Imh
uonr nireitonian repteaentationa In the farce
of theVoungAclreiiiand In the capital comc
drtta entitlrd'Uord Flannlgan." It la neellcas
to aty that the ' Colonel will he ally araUtedby
Mis W J Florence, In a favorite farce of the
"bouos; Actrera,' a pyrotechnic piece In which
the has gained dramatle laurela.
Mra Flounce, since sbo has appeared this sea
am at Ford's, haa had her patbway strewed with
flowrrs n;th ii the goddcis Flora wight envy,
i loral tcallmouiala of the estimation of her faith
to the profmion, her true worth aa a won an, and
her value aa an artlate, have been ahowered on her
the Florence, at Ford s Thsatr..
,JlJ" Fi". brother to the chief clerk In
tne Navy Dena tment, waa anooln ea to-J.y eon-
ul lo Curacua, Tit, l anlel Somen, reiijnej.
II. Q. ConusN, of Maine, ha. been fonnil
?ulij, lv a lulULr) court, ol rroecedlnz to the
rootanau.lDap... beloarlofto and atanded
for another. H, was Hoed 1200
I1fl",lT, BowiiiTcn, the colossal basinets
SlViJ0...?1. p0l.the lew, is recelilng at . made to havoa Go eminent steamer at An
oThi Mn!;i:ffi nP0U. to receive the Sonera and carry (hem
port to Mr H.rence Hsrry was for a day or two ' affair are to bo arrested today. When they
eaSreVa JudmlU.l,, ,Ml1 ,D, 1h MW of. " t on tho Hthjoo wlU Vmw have every--;"eM..Bud"llIr'.
. lhbiieT.reni.ri!dto arrest th wole party, and
ubn. ubm, il,oin has l.cen rcnomlnatotl for
has been rcnomtnateI for
nth nll.siritirl ,1i.ti.a
Congress lo the Kctenth Mli -ourl dlitrlot.
Holcombo, Clay, and Saundors
Don't Llko tho Nomination
Tho "Doublo-ondor" Platform
TIIK "VIOIC" AND TltEAIOHADUi
RPKKcnKs Attn vmvr SATIi.
Capture of a Treasonable Dispatch
from Geo, N. Saunders.
The following dispatch passed through tho
Fortlsnd, Me., telegraph office yesterday. It
speaks for Itself. We are not responsible for
the bad spelling of Mr. Fillmore's name:
"St. Catharine, Canada, )
September 1st, 1S I
lion. II. mr, lltttcj:
Datform and Presidential nominee uisalls
factory. Vice and speeches very satisfactory.
Tell Fhllemore not to oppose.
(Signed) OtOROi N. BAitniins."
The above dispatch Indicates the class of
men who propose to keep McClcllan'a company
In administering the Government, should ho
bo elected. "Tell rhlleraore," (Millard Fill.
more, of course,) " not to oppose." It re
mains to be seen whether Fillmore will obey
George Senders. "Vice" is wry satisfactory,
Flee Is a highly appropriate name for Tendle-
ton when we come to look at his Congressional
McClcllan'a Disgracoful Con
duct at Malvern Hill.
He Abandoned Ills Hounded (o Perish
OEN. KEARNEY CIURiCTEniZED
IT AS BEING PROMPTED
11Y " COWARDICE OR
OKN. MAHTINDAI.K SUED TKAU8
The Testimony or a Iergrynian.
We fled the following statement about Mc
Clellan's retreat from Mahern mil In the Rev.
J. J. Marks nblo history of " The rtnlruuta
Campaign in Virginia." It Is a piece of his
tory which will bo Tery difficult for Gen. McClel
lan to explain. Tho statement Is the more
Important just now from the fact that the Rev.
Mr. Marks wrote his history Immediately after
McClellan abandoned tho Peninsula.
It was not written for political effect, nor by
a politician, but by an army chaplain who was
a faithful witness of the scenes which ho de
scribes. Wo copy It now for tho beneflt 6t the
people who aro invltod to vote for the sweet
ecentcd Central who ran away from a victory
which tho glorious old -Army of the Potomac
lias won. Mr. Marks says i
The battle- nas over, bat tb cannonading
Hill continued, and shells and halls of every
kind tore through the woods In a ceaseless
whllwlnd of fury. In the meantime thousands
of the Confederate fled In the wildest disorder
from tho scene, and hid themselves In swamps
nd hollo wi i soldiers without cuns. horsemen
without caps ana swora. came io ids duuiihii
In the battle field nfGlundale.and reported that
their rcirlinents and brigades wcro swept away,
and that thoy alone wero escaped to tell the
It Is one of the strangest things lu this week
or disaster that General Aicuieiian oraerta a
nti-eat to Harrison's Landinc. six miles down
the James river, after tee had gained so decided
ailctory. When this order was received by
the Imnatlent and cairer army, consternation
nod amazement overwhelmed our patriotic and
ardent boats. Some refused to obey tue com'
tnanrt f,rrn M.trtlmlala ihftl ttart Of lh&m
Ttui lirava and chivalrous Kearney said In the
nresencu of many officers. 'V, J'nilip Juarnev.
an old eoitlitr, tnitr my toicmn prvitn uyamti
thtt order or retreat m ought, inetead rf r-
tientmn.ta roi'ow ud me enemy anu tax jik-h-
t iond. And In full view of all the repoutlblll
t of snch a declaration. I $av to you alLtuch an
cider can only b prompted by cowardice or
Ana wltn an, nopeiessness ana ueapair suc
ceeded the flush of .triumph. In silence and
pionm oiai victorious oimv commenced retiring
from an enemy utterly broken tcattercd andpanic
And when there was not a foo within miles
of ns, wj left our wounded bthtnl to perlth, and
any one u finessing the wild eagerness or our
rarest would have supposed that we were In
the greatest peril trom a vigilant and triumph
H Y THIiEO 11 A I'll.
Kiw York Stock List.
By tlie Feonle's Telegraph Lines,
Offices Jlt Wloth street and coruer Pennsylvania
avenue and Sixth street.
Friday, skit. 2-Fibit Board.
U.S. 1861 couponls
U. a. -W
lertlfloaua of Indebtedne .
New ork Central
ClcirJaud and I'ltraburg , ,,
Claire I and sod Toledo
Chicago aaittjiock liland
ftUlwauklea'd Prairie duChlen
Plttalurg, Foit Wayne and Chicago,...,
Alton ami Teno Haute.
Lblegu and ortUweatero
liuickeilver . ..,, ,
From KurpeTli Kiffptlau IinbrosHo
Halifax, rVpt. . The steamship Ilecla,
from Liverpool on the 23J and Quucnstowa oo
the 24' I), has arrived.
The dlfficnltles between the Egyptian Gov
ernment aud tho United Slates Government has
been satisfactorily adjusted.
An electioneering riot hsd occurred at Ge
neva, tiwl zurland, but had subsided.
The United States filgate Niagara had ar
rlv td in tho Tagus.
1 ho British Customs lme Issued an order
that oo ships of either of thu American liulllgtr
iiii aall bo allowid to inter any Euidlsh porta
J3r the purpore of being dismantled and sold.
Lonixj v, Aug. 2J. Consols closed at 8$1(H9
London, August Si Consols S;(389 for
money. American slocks Illinois Central
aij are, 43lCl41J dlscnuntj Erlo shares, il(i'i.
Arrived Irom Ualilmore, the Amelia, at LW
vpooL AUL(ctu on "Arbitrary Arrcata "
lu t cadlng over the "whereas' of the retnt
McCJe. 'ao mass meeting In New York, the
Io uliid H o followlns totter from Oen. McClel-
lan, (llrcctoi ' t0 0tn- U""1"! ordering the nr
nit Of the Mi 'rjianu iffgieiaiurei
IIUI011 VASltlOTO, Slt U, 11.
t. r. b . 11. Initti twit Amtv
' UeVual. a!. r l cfonfu,luUa wIth lH?
President, flecreta rlcs of State, War, etc., it
has buen decided t0 irt the operation pro
posed forth 17th. Arraugementa have been
. men id.u
i.n Ui.rti.B . ,., i.nnnrt.
bo euro the t nouotscape.
I ... . . . '
I- uorVretood lhal you A rruK wllu atD
Dlx and Gov. Seward the. mwf.s operandi. It
hss been intlmsted to me that the meeting
might take place on the 14tbt please be pre
psred. I would be glad to have yon advise me
frequently of your arrangements in regard to
tnia very important manor.
If it Is successfully carried out, It will go far
toward breaking the back-bono of the rebel
lion. It will probably be well to have a special
train qnlelly prepared to take the prisoners to
I leave this exceedingly Important affair to
yonr tact and discretion the absolute necessi
ty of secrecy and success.
With the highest regsrd, I am, my dear Gen
eral, your sincere friend,
UEOROB 1). AlCL.ELl.in,
Major General U.S. A.
Bkntincxs itr Court Martial. P. J. Ertc
ftlUi Henry High, company F, nth MUhlf n, tried
by court tnrtul for deitrtioo. found guilty od
.eoieacd to Imprliooroent at htrd labor la Fort
DUwaUfl for two , ud to forfeit U pay And
Wm Bennett, 3d D. C. roWntmf, tried nnd
found guilty of dufrtloo) lenttnted to bo imprli-
nnatrl In Vfttt DefUwftr IOf th IttrlOd Of tfarr
renri, stlx mrtntbi of thtlmto hv 24-pound
ball and chftla attached to hla Iff, and to forfeit a 1
pay and allowance! now due or hereafter to be-
C John T," Bryan, lat P. C, tried and found culUy
of deiertloo, and re enl itlo In aoothrr rcefment,
aanAii,Hn I'M llnflMamntd t hlfd llVOT In Fort
Delaware for the rertod of two yean, and to for-
it all nsk antt allnwiinefl,
Joel W. Watti, Htu U. f. la'antry, tried aid
found guilty of desertion, andie-aallatlng la an
of er rev Iment, hss beenientencedto belmprlt
oned at bard labor In Fort Delaware for the period
ol three yeats.and to lortelt all pay and allow-
Lewis Oareo, alias J. Smith, f-und guilty of de
sertion and re enliitlnc In another regiment has
been sentenced to be lmprlstne I at hard laber In
Fort Telawarafor thspertodof three years, aad
to hava a twenty-five pmnd ball and chain at
tached to his leg durlog the Hist ear of Ms lm
Henry O. Frrseott, 8th Maine, tried and fonnd
guilty of deaertl(n and. re-eoUitlng In anolhrr
regiment, has been senteooed to be imprisoned at
bard Inber In Fort Delaware for the period of threa
yeais, and to forfeit all pay and allowances.
Samuel Bet dsr, alias Herman Myers, SOtb. Mativ
ehosetts, tried and found cutlty of daisrtloa, has
been sentenced to be tmnruoned la Fort Delaware
at hard labor, for the period of two years, and to
forfeit all pay and allowances
James Mm hy 3d D V. volunteers, tried and
found guilty of conduct prejudicial to rood order
aid military discipline, and for bHcg absent with
out leave, bee been sentenced to be imprlaone 1 at
hard laber In eoit De.awsre for tte period of
twelve months. . . .
Barnard Mundr, lit D. C. volunteer, tried and
fouodgnlltyof deeerttoQ, has been atntensed to
is imnrimnii at hard labor In Fort Delaware, for
thepeilodo three years, and to forfeit all pay
Georie H urtmo. tried and wum ruuiyoi ae-
arrtionandre-cnlutlngln another leglment, hs
heensenienetQ tope tmprisneu ac naraiaoor m
Fort Uela vate, for the period of thre years.
Larry O'Brien, tried and I'und guilty of deser
tion) tentenced to tm Imprisoned at hard labor In
Fort Delaware for the period of three yeare, and
to wear 23-(und ball and chain during the Drat
) ear of hla Imprisonment
moraine:, about 7 o'clock, while Sergent Crnoin,
of the Fourth ward waspMilnghy the Bank nl
waihlngton, at mejuneuon oi iouman acoue
andCitrtet, beaaw a negro buy, About IS yeais
of ege running from the Centre Market and pur
sued by threit or fou clilsens. The s'tgant
ran towarila ths boy, who turnlrg was
rale htr thu eltiicna lha noliermn
then took cliuga of the b iy, shielding lini agtinst
the tnuignani crowa, ana upt n atmuK ttm imurr,
tul J hatha had atrusk c Uttlr kIi! on the
legltb A large atone. Ibe sergeant k fplegthe
noylohlseuitody, went tiwarda the Utile glil,
whom he rieogoized aa hie own dtugbtfr. S'ie
waa ao pale that ha did rot If now ner until ne waa
addieiied by her as father. The offlo r dre-ivra
rrcat errdit far eierelalnr. amldtt such clreum-
stanca, remrktiv eool temper. He took the
boy, whose name Is Pe'er Taylur, to Juatico Gib
craoo.whoQiedblm A3 63 fvr throwing stouea,
mlininmittad him to (all for ooutt for the aast'ilt
aod battery. The little gttl was very severe y ln
JureJ. ineato e waa inrown ac anom ooiorru
boy, aod ahows to what tenous consequences tni
practise of stone battling leads.
ANOTnrn Nest DisTcantA. Tho ncet of
meiccnary litue-doatr(i)ura Incited rn D street,
Lapliol Hill, nu shared 135 and famed amo g Ita
three hundred and thirty-five ratrub, riotous, and
rueful Tla.tanta, haa at length been demolltheJ by
he ru 'e and cruel b'hoya of the Llxhth prcloc.
Lor a- haa It born the subject of ciatnnroua com
tlaluta,and the complaint of clamorous suhjeota,
ut the gay MnlPris have been stptured, cafed,
anJcoadcmnel.thouththeblrdof birUahs flown.
lha capture will perhaps be the end of tho:e noc
turnal debaucheries which have to long periled
the peace and blurred the character of that celeh
I at hood The blpJllnga are named Carrie U li
lt ami. Anna Jonee, Maigarat f lllot, Lmlly Hamil
ton, Kate St Clair, Jane Bers, Apa Ale, Sarah
Hobert'on who w re noed as b) Justice Fergn
ion aad Anna Gallagher, the neit caterer, ho
was grind A 10 The bird la Mlna Bcrrecgcr, who
keepatha Kjv lork Restaurant, corner twelfth
LTitcn Law ArrsMPTiD. yest"dav aaer
noon, about S o'clock, a teemitr wit driving a
team Mtn six mules, oili reet, near New Jeracy
avenoe, when the antmala sudden!) balked, and
comi tiled the d rlrer to Ulimount Heuquested
agenlleTan standing near to tide the saddle mule,
whllat h . taklnr a larra whin and wrannlrt the
thonrs around tie arm, dealt with the ltufi.nd
such severe blows that tot people who had aaaem
bled arouid to the number ol two hundred became
aolnce aed at the erumv ot the tea miter that thev
were about to tie lynch law, when a policeman
timMy arrived and arretted him. Hswaenotron
ttnt with beat inn one or two of the anluala, lor
hetrn'ed hie rage aod spleen on all of them, using
the whip till liny reached north Capitol atrcet.
maue the arrei, took the tramtfer before JuaMce
Ferguaoo, who fined him (9 94 for cruelty tj ant
mala. LiTTis, thk MuRUBHia. John Little, a
bu'eher, whi murdered Honodaman Leach several
jeara ago, and wae acquitted by the court, waa ar
reated yeaerday by umcer Ljnch, of the 1th pre
el c, on the t barge of committing an nas tult and
battery with Intent to kill, on a o lored man cm
tloyeuat Werner'e restaurant, adjoining Lent r I
Hotel. He entered the eating aaioon, and, after
tormenting the negro by pulling MmeodhittHg
him, hep'eked up large bottle and hurled It at
bis head, cutting htm yery severely. The negro
dl nothing whatever to provoke tl outrage.
The otBoi-r took him before Juatlce 2ibenou, vti
commltttd him to Jail for court Little, whilst m
JaU be ore, become heir to a fortune of $f 1,000,
which he has squandered In his crimes.
Pa sst no an Altered Note. A man named
J. A. 1 auberachroldt yesterday endeavored to pais a
a note anereaioa 9ov noia vu mt. uaurjr, uv
keeps a store on a went!, street, oppoaite the poat
oUlce. poiioemsn Frazler wae in the stire at the
t me and serine Uie note, wbleh Mr. Baliey waa
in (hj. ant nf tKhltiar. t rmueated him te ahnw it
The note could very eaally be detected as an altered
two. The otticer arretted reubenebialdt, aodteolt
him galore Juatice tjlbeiion, who held him for a
lUllUCF !! IUb
Islaxd ARBtSTS. Jane Marshall, threats of
vloleocei aecurlty to keep the peace. John Cur-
rao.peu.isrceoyi oisuiaaea. juna nawains at
ault an I ba tern security to keep the peace.
Man C Brooke, disorderly conduct, lined ft I 68
rarah Smith, do i do. Micbatl Freee, profanity (
Qned $3. Joh
Llama, lotoxlcatlonf fined $i
In a Dkucate Condition. A lady from
PrntiiVivnnlsi wm rldmsT In thft alrefit call this
nujrnti'g, near Fourteenth street, when she was
meruit rn with the pangs ol maternity. Ane was
I alien to K.uweu a. t,awrenoe a apoiuccBrj -njrc,
ami iron. thinca to the alras-houio. fcho haa a
buihaod In Alexaalrla Offloer Wa'ker, of the
sanitary force, procured her a permit from the
major io vc mku u itwa, uvif,
Fmnr at CoLUumA Gardev. Yesterday a
sailor ard a 10I irr cot Into a tight at Columbia
down, a fellow aold er went to his halo, ween a
dcteoilve named Robert Cross, strusk Utu In the
mourn, ine t'cieouve waa arrciieii vy umaars
fills aod Parker, of the Secon 1 ward, and was
held for a further hearing this evening ly Juatlce
1'oucemen Ari'oiNTEU. At tho BoarJ of
Pollue tommltsioaers, which met on jeitenlay,
the lillow ne police appointment! wtre made
George W. Kinch, Flgbth precinct, vlco H I
Mchul.ou, dlsmlaaedt Win . Lewie, leuth pie
eloet, vice John H. Barker, realajnodi Anguatua
Erown, Hilid p refine t, vice James w. Howard,
Xaw Yard. The dispatch boat Ella and
fU.t snip Dove lelt the ard estcrday for the lower
The Lealle, formerly the dlapatoh boat of the
Totomao flotilla, has been repaired, painted and
titled up noa'li' tapt. Waters, who has for a
long time had charge of tbo pilots on the flotilla,
haa been ordered to the eon. maud of the Lealie
She Is now medesa dlipatob. boat for tho Nvy
DiSLOYALii. F. It. Heading and Jjiue I.
Veltcli, of this city, have been aentcn.ed to Iui
prlsonnieut at hard labor la Fort Delaware tWe
jears for treaeonable lauguage aud conduct while
Washington was threatened byjlie rstiels.
Closed. The excellent library of tbc&mltL
aoolau laatltute, which has been during the apri g
aud summer tbo favorite reeoit of the eltj'e v
nan, utin I,., rinaaii r.ip a month lha llbrnuan.
Wo I. T. Gill, during tbo mesqwhlie will he a sent
-- waiioa .The Teaehara of th PnbllB
Schooli art rtHiiieited to call at the Treaaarer'a
ume tmoriow;AmiwAin"""H' ji
O-Itellef Aaeorlatlon, X-Th 1,.
dtea'flck and Vv ounded aoldlers'ReJief Asioclatian,
organised May 10. 15, In Weiley Zlon Church, D
ire, lainiiu, inn aiiuhibuusi M- -wvmusi -...
much good since lta orgaoliatlon,ln benefiting and
enennrsglog the colored sick and wounded outers
la the vlalnlty ot Uaahtngton and Alexandria,
principally In Alexandria) and their hospltalit)
has extended to South Car oil e a. Not only be
eatiaetbe sick and wounded are our friends and
relations thst we are prompted to mis great
workibul bceeuee they are our country's toble
defenders. And we have not been altogether un
succeiiful In soliciting and receiving mesne, both
In t rlvate and public, by entertainments, fcfl.
The eommlttee haa flatted the sick and wounded
in Washington and Alexandtla, principally Alex
andria, eve y week, more or lees sometimes,
twice a week, commencing with AS, and Increas
ing tha amount up to the present, Ihelaittwo
weeks, ending August nth, tha committee ex
pends l Alt 23, end dlitrlbuledlttothe al k and
woi'ndedat Al xandrle. A committee of ladles In
the First ward, Mrs KUen Johntoo.Mra Llenraer
Brown, Mrs. AJlen Warren, Mrs. Datle, and Mr.
W A. Freeman, secretary, presented, from a fee
tlval, (39 II, for the above purpoae. atatlag their
regret that they werenot able to do morei they
alio ttated their teadloeia and wllllngneis to coo
tinueon In tha work of love and humanity that
while thoaa of our friends and relatltea are
away battling for liberty and right, that we that
tarry at home will divide tha spoil with them
At a fair held in Mr. Monell's Hall.ln July, I
am not able to glva the amount of the eipeniei of
the fair, but the net proceeds, after all the ex
penses were paid, was ti3l 48
Tha whole amuunt of monei received by the As
sociation, elnce Its organtxttlon np to Aug-ist
SO h, Is 679 87. Dlabursements from May 10, 1864,
to August 30, 1881, fir sick and wounded. Includ
ing travellsgexperscs.bojks and papers distrib
uted, and other current eipeosesof the ftociet).
HQ2 lot leaving a Daiaaee in ine ireaaury ui
nrtnrlaaladuato tha President of tho Alio
elation, Mias Francis TUgman, for the graceful
and dignified manner In which the presides over
the deliberations of the Aiaoclatlon not quick to
speak, but thoughtful aod deliberate, whlah Is
nrajruiaj tuw iuurtiisjajaw inwi. a... . waa u
Read, the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Is
highly commendable. In tact, all the oRlcers de
serve credit for the faithful performance of their
Miss Francis Tllgman, Frealdent.
Mrs Adeline Sumby, Vice President.
Mrs Margarst A. Waters, Treasurer.
Hev. J. P. Hamer, Secretary.
Miss Fanny Brown, Assistant Secretary.
Co mm in is or coitrLRCitcc.
J. P. Uamer, W. P. Rider,
0. 11. Dooks.
Boaad or DraLCTOas.
Mr. John Keid, Mr. Diehard Waters
Mr. Philip Lee, Mr. Lloyd Jones
Mr. Henry Hayson, Mr. James Barnes,
Mr.iohnr. Magttider. sej.3t
Lf-Ttellglone Iffottee The Capitol Illll
Praiaihvtariava (.liiirflh meet ftemnoftarilvl for tub-
lie worihlp each AADS.TII foom'nenelng with
the 38th lnat.,) In the room rf the Mouse Commit
ter of Fost Ufflces and Poit foade, Capitol.) at 1 1
o'clrck, a. m. rreacning by tne i aiior, ev jonn
O" Rntrance by the east and west doors of the
tJ-PeopleaTelegrnpti. Meavb'lrst CUis
Likes, direct to NEW YORK, BOSTON, and all
Important points. Washington Offlcen RFPUB
LH'AN BUILDING, 611 Ninth street, (west side,)
and corner Penniylvanta avenue and Sixth street,
inder National Hotel,
CHARLES D. NOVES,
fcMs-tf Manager Washington Dlstrlct.
"trDUate or the NcrToiis, ncrulutal,
Urinary and Sexual Sjatems new and reliable
treatment In Reports of the HOWARD ASSOCIA
TION Sent by mall In aealcd letter envelope!,
rreeofcharge. Addreaa, Dr.J.SKlLLIN HOUGH;
TON, Howard Aiaoclatlon, No. South Ninth
street, Philadelphia, Ta. mSS-ly
Cf"8 T- 1900 X. PeraoDsof asilentary
habits troubled with weakness, laaallude, palplta
tlon f Ihe heart, lack of appetite, distress after
eating, tori Id liver, cots'ipatlon, Ac, deserve to
sutler If the) will not try the celebrated
wh'ch ara how r corf. mended by the hlgbrst m epi
cal authorltUr, and warraot d to produce an fm
medUtt brncflolal etfect. They are exceetilogly
agreeable, perfectly pure, and must supercede all
other tonics wbeiea healthy, gentle stimulant Is
They purify, strengthen ana invigorate.
They create a healthy apj elite.
They are an anttdote'to change of water and
They overcome eOecti of dissipation and late
Theystreasthecthesr item sndenllven the mind
They prevent mlaimitlo anl Intermittent fevers.
Tbe'y purify the breath and acidity of the
They cure Diapepsla and Constipation.
They euro Diarrhea j, Cholera ant Cholera Mor
They cure Liver Complaint aod Nervous Head
ache. They make the weak strong, the languid bril
liant, end are exhausted nature's great restorer.
They are composed of the celebrated Callsaya
bark, wlntergreen, sessifraa, roots aod herbs, all
preserved la perfectly pure at. C ot rum For
pattleutars. see circulars and testimonials around
Beware of lmpoiters. Examine et ety bottle. See
that It has D S Barnes iltnature on our private
U. S. stamp over the c irk, with plantation scene,
aad our tt'iu iljnature on a Una steel plate en
era v li g on side label. See that our bottle la not
refilled with rpurlous and deleterious ituiT. We
defy any person to match the taste or character of
our goo 's. Any psrsoo pretending to sell Planta
tion Bitters by the gallon or In bulk la an lmpoi-
ter. We sell only In our log cabin bottle. Any
person Imitating this bottle, or selling any other
material therein, whether called Plantation Bit
ter a or not, Is a criminal under thi U. S Law, and
will be so prosecutod by us. Wo already have our
eye on two parties rcUllojcur hot ilea, fcs,t who
will succeed In getting themselv Into close quar
ter!. The demand for Drake's Plantation Bitters
from ladles, clergymen, merchants, fco , Is per
fectly Incredible. The simple trial of a bottle Is
the evidence we present of their worth and superi
ority. They are sold by all rcspeotable drugglats,
grooersi phTactans, hoteli, saloana, s'eamboats,
and country storee.
r. H. DUAUEA. CO,
au2-eo,m 20. Broadway N. V.
War Departmeht, )
Paovoir Mabihal Qeucbal's urrnc, J
Waiiukotow, D C June2.,lSW. ' )
Circular, No, 39,
Tersons not Qt for military duty and not lUbJp
to draft, from age or other sauaes, have expressed
a dealre to be personally rep ream ted lnthe Army.
In addition to the contributions they have made In
the way of bounties, they propose to procure at
their own expense, and present for enlistment, re
crulta to represent them In the aervlee. Such
Sraotlcal patrlutiim le worthy of special oommea
atlon and eaoourageiient. Provoat N tribal a,
ana an other omcere aeung unuer mis uureau,
aro ordered to furnish all tbo facilities In their
power to enlist aod mutter proup !y the aceepta
ble rprfoivt ve retruita preientDd,in aoeardaosa
with the deslrn herein su lorth.
Tbo name of the person whom the recruit repre
sents will be noted on the Enlistment and luaerlp
tlve Kotl ol the recruit, and will be earned forward
from those papers to thi other omclal records
which form his military hlitry.
Suitably prepared certlticates of this ptr tonal
repreieniation In ths service w II be forwarded from
thliortoe, to be filled out and liaued by Provoat
Marshals to the persons who put in rrprcnn(o(tpe
recruUi, JAMkU B. J-MV,
jtj-Mf Provoat Manhal Qeneral.
War Depabtment, )
Wasiiihuton, June 30, 13.4. )
Circular, No.tVJ J
Civil employees In the various Military OUlccs
and DcjtartmCDta In Waahlugton, who claim a
rcildence and liability to draft tlscwheie than la
the 1) strUt of Columbia, will Immediately pro
duce evtJeuw. oi euth realdence and 111 ilit to
tho proper enrolling oillee suf the Pi.tiutof Co
lumbia, and take steps to have their names
stilckeo from their enr ''iieiit liati, In order that
the quota of the Pl'tilut may be tUed upon a
By order of the ficur.tarj of Wan
' A,. P. lin,NI.MJ,
jrff Aaiistaut Adjutant (jtnr ral.
r" r' 1 U 1 A L ,
Washikuton, March IT, iu4.
All application! for lsavesuf abience or ptr
misaiou to vlilt Waihingtou mutt be addreind to
Major General Ualleck, Chief of Stait, and must
apecify the buslneas for which the ouicer desires
the permission. Telegrams addressed dltect to tha
St-uictaryol War on this subject will receive no
By order of IhJ Secretary of War,
mJi-tf Assistant Adju'ant (Jenerai,