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COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE PREVENTION
OF FRAUDS-CAPTURED PROPERTY, fce.
t. IS, 1C44. )
Tht following set of Congress Is published for
the Information tad government of ell god erncd:
Aw act la addition to tha several acts concerning
commercial intercourse between loyal and Incur
reettonary State, aod to provide for tht oUn
Hon of captured aod ebandone J property, d the
prevention of fraud in states declared la osur
restlon. "Be enarUt bv the Senate and Uoutt of Rrprtirnta
ttoet ef the VnUei Statet of America, inConartit at
atwMttL Tbat sales of captured and abandoned
property under the act approved March twelve,
eighteen hundred and elaty-three, nay be made at
aneh plaeea, la statee declared in Insurrection, at
nay be designated by the Secretary or the Treas
ury ae well at at other placet now authorized by
"tee. a. And be it further enacted. That, la addition
to the captured and abandoned property to be re-
said act, the said agent's shell take charge of and
ISBN, Ivr I'VIIIHIB UVt IAVCCUIUI IHIMI UIVUMII)
the abandoned lands, bouiei aod tenements within
the districts therein named and shall also provide.
in anch leases or otherwise, for the em Pier mro
and general welfare of all persons within the lines
of national military oeeupatlon within said Insur
rectionary States formerly held as levrc,who are
or shall become free. Property, real or personal,
eball be regarded as abandoned when the lawful
owner thereof eball be voluntarily eb ent there
from, and eo taxed, either In arms or otherwise, in
aiding or encouraging the rebellion.
Sec. I. And be it further enaCtd, That all tuncya
arising' t rare the leasing of abandoned lend,
houses, ana tenements, or from sales of captured
and abandoned property collected and sou In pur
auaeee of said aet or of this act, or from feet col
lected under the rules and regulations ma. e by the
Secretary or the Treasury, and approved by the
President, dated respectively the Iwenty-elghth
day of Aurust, eighteen hundred and alaty-tno,
the thlrty-flrst day of la-eh, and the eta enth day
day of September, eighteen hundred and sixty
three or under aoy amendments or modifications
thereof, which have been or shall be made by the
secretary of the Treasury, nd approved by the
BMaiAn. rrw enmLuet In the commercial into-
course which has been or shall be licensed a nj
permitted by the President, with and In Slates de
clared la Insurrection, shall, after satisfying there
from all proper and neoessarr expens-s, to be ap
proved by the Secretary of tha Treasury be paid
Into the Treasury of the United Stateat and all ac
counts of moneys received or expended In connec
tion therewith shall be audited by the proier ae-
sonatina ameers oi a reaury. ium mt
artt sestlon of the "Act to provide f-r the
collection of abandoned, property and for
the prevention of fraud la Ins rrectlotmy
twelve, eighteen hurfUml and alxtythree. Is here
by extended so as to Include the descriptions of
property mentioned In an act entitled 'An act
Imports, and for other purposes " appro ed July
thirteen, elebteen hundred and iltty-one, nod an
aet entitled "An act to suppress Insurrection, to
punish treason and tebelllon, to seize and e nils
sate the property of rebels, and for other pur
itoses," ai'proretl July seventeen, eighteen hun
dred and aaxtr-two, respectlvel) ( and that the
sales provide! for la said aot first men t lone 1 n'j
be madeatsush Plasei as maybe designate! by
the secretary of the Treasury. And section six
of said flrst-mentloned act Is hereby amended so
as to Include every description of property men
tioned in tbeaeteof July thirteen, eighteen hun
irl -.nilalvtriD. and Julv seeuteen. elehteen
hundred and sixty-two aleressMt and that all
property, real or personal described la the acts
to which this Is In addition, shall be regarded as
abandoned when the lawfulowner thereof shall le
voluntarily absent therefrom, and engaged, rnhcr
la arms or otherwise, In aiding or encouraging the
ee.a. Ana m v runrjr enaaea, mai incproiu
Htlons and provisions of -the act approved Jutv
thirteen eighteen hundred and elxtr-one. aoduf
the acts amendatory or supplementary thereto,
shall apply to all commercial Intercourse ry a,n,,
between person resldlor or belnc within districts
within tha D-eaent or future llnea of national mill.
tary occupation in the States or parts of St tea
lec'areu in insurrection, whether with each other
or with penons residing or being within districts
declared in Insurrection and not within thoae
lines; aod that all persona within the United
state, not native or naturalized citizens thereof,
shall be subject to tha same prohibitions, in all
commercial intercourse with Inhabitants oi states
r parts of States declared la Insurrection, as citi
zens of loyal States are subject to under the said
act or acts.
Sec. 6. And be it further enacted ', Thftt whenever
any part of a lorai fftate shall be under the con
trol of Insurgents, or shall be in dangerous prox
imity to places under their control, all commercial
intercourse therein and therewith shall be sutu-ct
to the same prohibitions and conditions as are
ereated by the said acts, as to such Intercourse be
tween loyal and insurrectionary States, -or such
time and to such extent as shall from time to time
beeime tesinary to protect the public interests,
and be dlreetcd by the Secretary of the Treasury,
with the approval of the President
See. S. And be Ufu thtr tnatttd That so much of
the fifth section of the act approved May t u enty,
eighteen hundred and sixty-two, and the fourth
seetlon of the act approved March twelve, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-three, as directs the man
ner of distributing nnes.peoaltles, and forfeitures,
Is hereby repealed, and that, in lieu of the d 1st rlbu
tloa thereby directed to be made to Informers.
collectors, aod other officers of the customs, the
court decreeing condemnation may award such
compensation to customs officers, Informers, or
other persons, fnr any service connected th're-
wiu. ae wiu lena to pronutio vigilance in protect
ing the public interests, and as shall be just and
co ul table. In no case, however, to exceed th ar.
gregata amount heretofore directed by the said
See. 7. And be it further enacted. That no property
aelied or taken upon aoy of the Inland waters of
the United States by the naral lorces thereof, shall
be regarded as maritime prliesj but all property
se seized or takeo shall be promptly delivered to
the proper ottlcers of the courts, or as pro lded la
this act and to the said aet approved March twclv e.
eighteen hundred and sixty-three.
gee. 8. And be it furtkrr matted. That it shall bo
lawful for the Secretary of the Treasury, with the
approval ol the President, to authorize agents to
purchase for the United States any products of
States declared in Insurrection, at suoh places
therein as shall be designated by him, at such
nrleee as shall be agreed on with the seller, not
exceeding the market value thereof at the place
of delivery, nor exceeding three-fourths of the
market value thereof In tha citv of Niv Vnrli t
the latest quotations known to the agent purchas
ing t trovidtd. That no part of the purshase-money
far any products so purchased shall be ptd, or
agreed to be paid, out of any other fund than
that arlslne from Dronertv aoU as captured or
abandoned, or purchased and sold under the pro
visions of this act All property so purchased
shall be forwarded for sale at such place or places
as shall be designated by the Secretary of the
Treasury aod the moneys arising therefrom, after
yijnuti vi iu 'uruDmuucy mm im oiQCT ex-
ftnses connected therewith shall he paid Into the
reasury of the United states j and the acounts of
all moneys so received and paid shall bo rendered
to, and audited by, the proper accounting ottUus
oi ue treasury.
See. t. And be it further enacted. That so much of
aeetion live of the aet of thirteenth of July, elth
teen hund'ed and sixty-one. aforesaid, as author-
lic mi rinwiui. m uia uitetciiuo, to iiotnee or
remit commercial relations la any state or an
ion the Inhabitants of which aie declare! In a
tate of Insurrection, Is hereby repealed, except
so far as may be necessary to authorize supplr lug
the necessities of loyal persons residing in insur
rectionary atates, within the lines of actual occu
pation by tha military forces of the United Stalei,
Mlnusated by published order of the enmmand
Ing General AX the department or district so nccu
bldi and also. axeeM so far am mn h n .....
to authorize persons residing wuhlo such Hues to
bring or send to market in the loyal states any
urodueU which tbev shall have nrAdui.l uttl.
their own labor or the labor or freedmen, or others
employed and paid by them, pursuant to rules re
lating thereto, whUh may be established under
propvr auiaucnj, auu uu gooua, wares, or iner
ahandlseahall betaken Into a 8taUdeUr.i in in.
surrectlon, or transported therein, except to an!
from suoh places and to such monthly amount as
shall have been previously agreed upon in writing
bv the eommandlor General of the dnartmnt in
which such places are situated and an officer de
signated by the Secretary of the Jreaiury for that
See. 10. And be it further nailed. That all om.
cere and privates of the regular and volunteer
farces of the United States, aid all officers, sail
ors, and marines la the naval service, are hereby
prohibited from buying or selling, trading, or In
any way dealing in the kind or desert iTlon ol
property mentioned la this act, and the act to
which this is in addition, whereby to receive or
tij" i piuui, wueui, or euvamage to mm
pi, vi -M wkuw fwwu, uirvcuy or indirectly
connected with hlmi and it shall be the duty of
iuih uiuw, i"nw, huui, or marine, wnen sucn
property eball come Into his possession or cus
tody, or within his control, to give notice thereof
a sob agent, jpuiuieu vy iirtue oi tnls act,
and to turn the same over to such agent without
delay i any offleer ofUbe United States, civil, mil
itary, or naval, or anr sutler, soldier. imrinA. op
other person, who shall violate aoy provision of
tiua mi, or woo bum ikc, ur cause to oe taken,
latoa state declared to be in Insurrection, or to
any other point to bo thsose takeo Into such
state, or who shall transport or sell, or otherwise
wpvn MiccviD, maj goous, wares, or men
ahandlSa Whatsoever, rit-nt In nliniitnu. nf It.
""dMthotltyo! the Wesldent, as provided
Inaald fifth eetlun nt tk. . - t..t It,t-
Ighleeo hundred and sixty-one, aforesaid, an.(
any offleer or other person aforesald-who shall
snake any raise statement or renresentaUon Uon
whleh Uiense and autuority shall be granted for
eusu uiDiprwuun, !, or otter disposition,
nd any offleer or other person aforesaid who
shall, undef any license or authority obtained.
wise dUDoaa of. aoy other roods, wares. ormer.
ahandUe than auh as are In good faith so licensed
and auUortxed, or shall willfully and knowingly
transport, aellr or dispose oi the same, or any
Rortion thereo!, in tlolaUon of tha terms ol such
eeo ae or authority, or of anv rule or regulation
prescribed by the) Secretary of the Treasury cu
cerning tha same, or shall be guilty of auy ait ol
eubesileiueut, ur willful misappropriation ufiiii
Jle or private money or proper! y( or keepUaT false
AeuU'or willfully making anyali relurni,
oref any other ait aaaoimtiig xo a leiony, snau
to liable to Indictment ai for a misdemeanor, and
fine not exceeding fire Ihouseod. dollars, and to
runishment In the peniuntlarr not exceeding
hri rfttri. before anT court, elvll or military.
nmnabmlU tl-T thai tana. And It Shell bO th
duty of the Secretary of the Treasury, Cronl time
to time, to Institute inch Investigations ae may
be necessary to detect and prevent fraoda and
abuses In the trade and other treoieetlooe eon
templatcd by this aet, or by the acts to which this
is supplementary. And the agents making auoh to
veatlgetlone shall bare power to eompettfctat
teadanoe of witnesses, and to make examinations
See. 11." And bo it further rrudU, That the Secre
tary of the Treasury, with the approval of the
President, shall make inch rates and reffulatloni
as are necessary to secure the proper and econom
ical execution of thepeovlslone of this act, and
shall defray all expenses of such execution from
toe proceeds 01 iees impoivu dj "- -:-
ulatlona of aalea or captured and abandoned pro
perty, and of sales hereinbefore authorised.
Dy order ofth.8.cr.tryRofWrjwNsrNa
oet4 Asilitent Adjutant General,
A PPIOI A 1j-
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PBESIDFNT OF THE
UNITED STATES W aneiua.
T ctl whom it may concern;
KAtdfafitorv evidence having been exhibited to
me that Jot Nicolas Aldmich Dxnxtoxn has
been appointed Consul of the Swiss Confederation,
at Cincinnati, for the States of Ohio Indiana, and
Kentucky, I do tereby recognize him as such, and
declare him free to exercise and enjoy such func
tions, rowers, and Privileges, as are allowed to
Consuls by the law of nations, or by tse laws or
the United States, and exit ting treaty stipulations
between the Government of Switzerland and the
In testimony whereof, I have caused these Let
ters to be made ratcnr and the seal of tne iniica
States to be hereunto affixed.
Given under my hand at the cltyol Washing'
ton, the seventh day of October, anno
iu s 1 Domini, one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-four, and of the Independence of the
United states oi America, me eigmy
ninth. ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
Ej the President!
I1.IADI (1. OUTAfW't
SccreLrr of st.to.
1 0 I A L .
AimAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT Or THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
To ell idkoA it mag concern:
Satisfactory evidence having been exhibited to
metltit J.TiicorniLi'i TtaTC has been appointed
Consul for the Free and Hanteatlo City of Ham-
burr, at Philadelphia,. X do hereby recognize
him as such, and declare him free to exercise and
enjoy such functions, powers and privileges, as
are allowed te Consuls by the law oi nations, or
by the laws of the United Stales and existing
Treaty stipulations between the Government of
IHralurj and the United States.
latcitimonv whereof. I have caused these let
ters to be made patent, and the seal of the United
amen 10 ra ncrm"io nmxeu.
un en under my band at the city or Washington,
the set enth day of October, anno Domini
1 1. s.1 one thousand eteht hundred and slxtv-
four, and of the Independence of the United
states oi Amerie. tne etgbty-nintn.
By the rreslJent i
William H. Siwabd,
Secretary of state.
rAPER AND TWINE.
Tost Orrirn DcranTMCKT,
October 23. 1W4.
Sealed rroposIs will be received at this Depart
ment until the Sth day of December next, at 13
o cioca, noon, ior lurnisnioa:
WRAPPING PAPER AND TWINE
for the use of ihe Post umces la the United States,
for one year from and alter the list day ol Decern.
Tne aali articles are to be delivered, free of ex.
pensr, at the Blank Agencies of the rost Dtflce De
partment at Washington, D. C, New Tork city,
nun mumiu, n
The estimated quantity of each article, and the
quuiiy Miimji riuircu cacn Agency jcari)
are sped fled below.
VllTliTiu l. AT WAiiiiigTOH, n c.
2.200 reama of Wranolnr Patter. SO bv 23 Inehee In
size, of material and quality fully equal to
mat now in use in ine veparimeat, ana to
av elgh W pounds to the ream, and sachieam
pffkejBjBflp perfect quires.
llwdpsMBssWhe same kind of paper, 26 by 40
Inches in size, and to weigh M poun Js to the
S.OO'J pounds of Jute, or other suitable Twine, hard
twisted, and In balls, to weigh one pound
each, or about that
2.0CO jmunds of coarse Hemp Twine, about one
eighth of an loch in diameter, well twisted,
1 nli a II i, to weigh trom 1). to 3 pounds each.
msTRliT HO. S. NEW YOBK CI7.
13,000 reams of Wrapping Paper, similar to that
ucaciineu in ine estimates oi uisirici no. i
200 reams of Wrapping raer, similar to that
uescnueu ior uiurici no. i.
16,000 pounds of Jute, or other Twine, similar to
mat nrst uescriDPd ior District n . i.
10,000 piunds of coarse Hemp Twine, similar to
that of the second description tor District
DtBTllBT NO. 3. BUFFALO. It. V.
10,000 reims of Wrapping Paper, sim lar to tbat
first named for District No. I.
30 teams of Wrapping Paper, similar to tbat
last named for said District.
10.000 KOUbda of Jute, or other Tertne. atmllar In
it.. -. .. z . -. r:.. .-.-. .
mai oi too nrst ucscnption ior District
I, iwuhiii ui nv.iit iictj)j iwmr, aiiuiiBr mj
that of the second description, for saldpia
tilct. Proposals will be received for each article sena-
raiciy, in i searateiy ior eacn uisirict, or ior tne
The contract or contracts will tie awarded to the
lowest and best bidder, to be determine I altera
careful examination for the purpose of ascertain
ing wuicn niu win, in us practical results, be most
advantaeeous to the Denartment.
If the districts should be reconstructed, or In
creased in numuer. or anv of them discontinued.
the articles ahall be delivered at aueh nlaee nr
)icca p me rosiiuasier ucocrai suau ues'gnate,
t pro rata prices.
And the Postmaster General reserves to himself
the privilege of Increasing or reducing the nuan-
my oi me nrucics requireu, ii it snail le lound
ntcessary to do so.
Samples uf such articles as are now furnished
can be seen at cither of the above named Armciti.
Didders will snl samplrs of euoh articles as
l cry pio(ino lO lumiin WHO tOCir DlUS.
.nch bidder must rurntsb, with his proposals,
guaranties of his ability to comply with hie bbh
and a certificate from bis nearest postmaster that
such guarantors are credible and reliable citizens
must also accompany his proposals.
l wo suitUent euretles will be roiulred to a con
tract. Failures to furnish the articles contracted for
promptly.orthefurnlablngof artle.ee of an lnfe-
ni'riUBiii iu into cuittracirti iur. win ue con
sidered a sufficient cause for the forfeiture of the
ilics not made In accordance with these nrnnnn't
will uot be coosicered.
rronosais must be marked on the outside of the
envelope with tho name of the article or articles
proposed for, and the letter containing them ad
dressed to the First Assistant Postmaster General,
iiBiuiugion, u,i w, us.nnisuri,
uc iuoi I'ostmasur General.
0 TUB PUULIC...DETECTION OF
Treasi av DrranTMCMT, I
Soi.iciroa's oiE, October 29, moi.
toorress, bruiit passed at Its last session,
placed a constderkhle sum of money at the disposal
of the Secretary of the Treasury, to be employed
It-the prosecution of measures ior the deteotlun
aud punishment of personsensaibUn counterfeit
leu Treasurv notes, fractional cyAeucy. and other
securities of the United Slates. This fund U de.
voted to the payment of rewards to detectives and
o hers, throuyh whore Instrumentality otlcnderB
are lrouht to justice) and its administration and
the conduct or the measures referred to are placed,
by order of tt.e Secretary, under the Immediate
supervision of the undersigned, to whom all com
uunleatlons relating thereto or fo the odeneeslndl
cated should be adiressed Liberal rewards have
!5,Vjr .bJen 1ltt t0 '! pertles who have
sldrd in the appi chenslon of counterfeiters.
It Is hoped that the stimulus thus ottered, added
to the Interest which all food citizens must feet
In the suppression of crimes tendlos; to Impair tha
credit or the national securities, and thus embar
rass all bus Ipess operations, will Induce the ear
nest eo-epcratlon of all capable of alt or d tor any
aid In the ellorte helot made by the Department
far the attainment of that desirable n,i it i.
especially urged that all persons haying a knowl
ede of facts Important to be known by tho De
partment concerning such offences, will commuol-
Hisiurwiuiirtiuu yiuniimj to am uoucrsined
Publishers of newspapers throughout the country
will render essential aervlaa tn the (.nttrnmai
and the public by giving eoosulcuous publication
iviiiiavniui JB.JJVV AUU JUnUAn,
uoi-ctd3tnw Solicitor of tho Treasury.
riinfi FIHBT NATIONAL BANFoF
wA3ii.rnj.ivrf nas removed to its Hew
Marble lluitdioiron Fifteenth street, between P
aud O, opposite Uie United States Treasury.
tfella ea.aharire. Inana MAn. rii;.a .i2n..i.
('urohases Uorernmeat checks aod vouchers, aud
ransacts a reneral banking business.
care (u I attention given to flovernmeot and eltv
collections, and accounts of correspondents.
If. V. COUKK. President
WM.J. HONTINRTCIN. raehlar a.tf
ATTOnNKV AND COUNSKM.on at mv
His lemovad his office to the Northeast somer ot
atli. JIllif7VU.il tire tat, uppotlle IflS (SSI
entfaucoof Utalreaiuiy IJii(I!1ds.
WeHilntvu ilty, Jj c,
atuo etfclatly to slalsss upua the tioiiM
HOFOBALtt VOn FURAQB.
rvrw otTABTxmMArrxx't OrrtcT.. i
WASstmrroB DcroT, Detcmber H Ida. (
ii MMHtli era Invited bV tha nnderalrnad
for aupplrinn the United States Quartern! as teri
Jjartraeot, at Wasblnjrtoo.D, C, jialtlmcre, Md..
Alexandria, and Fort uonroe, Va. or either of
these places, with Hay, Corn, Oats, and Straw,
Bids wUifce received for tho delivery of o,OW
imahals of corn or oata and SO tons of hay or straw.
adders mutt state at which of the above named
points they propose ta make dr-ltrerles, aai te
rates at whlsn they will make deliveries thereat,
the quantity of each art tele propcsMto bo deliv
ered, the time when said deliveries shall ba com
meneed, and when to be completed.
The prise must be written outln words on ins
Corn to bo put up In good stout sacks, o( about,
two bushels cash. Oats in like sacks, of atout
three) sushele aaeh. Tht casks to bo furnished
without extra charge to the Government. The
hay and straw to be securely baled.
Tho particular kind or description or oati, corn,
hay, or straw, proposed to te delivered must be
stated in the proposals.
jui ine arUBiea eucrou uuurr uiua ueivia in-
vttedfWlll be ribjeettoa rigid Inspection by tuo
Government Inspector before being accepted.
Contracts will te awarded from time to time to
tha lowest responsible etdder, as the lnteicst oi
ihe Government may require, aod payment will be
made when the whole amount contracted for shall
have been delivered and accepted.
Tha bidder will bo required to aeeomptny bis
prupuamt wim iuiiui)i inucu ujr wu riij-oail.
hlenennna. wjatin eaiahls lid is eaaented hn nr
they wiu. witron ten cays torreaner, execute the
contract for the same, with good and Bufelent
sureties la a sum equal to the amount of the con
tract, to deliver the foraee proposed In conformity
Wltn tne terms oi iuib a wutemsuti mia in ease
the saUkbidder shall fall to enter Into the contract,
they to make good tse alttcreneo-r-ctweeiitha ntrtr
of said bidder and tho next lowest responsible bid
der, or tha persons to whom tha eon trad may be
Tha responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown by the o&lclal cettlOoate or a United Stales
D! atrlst Attorney, Collector of Customs, or any
other oCleer unJrr the United States Gov eroaent,
or responsible person known to this office.
All bidders will beduly notlnMor the aei I nee
or reject loo of their itoikhaIj.
The full name ani P O. adlross of each billet
must be legibly written in thu proposal.
Proposaie must be addressed to lirlgadicrUerfral
D. H. Rueker, Chief Depot Quartet master. Wath
Ington, D. C, and ahonid bo plainly marked ' Pro
posals for roraee."
Bonds, In a sum equal to tha traount of the eon
traet,slgoed by the contractor and both of hie
Juarantora, will oo required oi tne successful bid
er or bidders upon signing tho contrast.
Blank forma of bldst guarantees, and bonus, may
be obtaUed upoo arpl teat ion at this office.
vulval u rnuiuoau
(Town, County, and State) . .
Situ euuioiircr, oeteify pruioso o lurnitn
anJ deliver to the United States, at tho Quarter
master's Derartmsnt at , agreeably to
the terms ol your advert! rem ent, Inviting propo
sals for forage, dated Washington Depot, Ue-
eemeer o, iwj, me ioiiowidbj arisiej, vizi
of H pounds.
busheui of Date, lu sacks, at vpf t buahel
of u pounds
- toidicf baled IIy, st per Ua ol i,ow
tons of baled straw, at par ton of 4,003
Delivery to commence Co or tefjre the -day
of , 160 , and to bo completed ou or be
fore the day of , ts , and pledge myself
to eoter Into a written contract with the United
States, with rood and approved securities, vlthlu
ihe space of ten da s after bclus notlOed that my
bid has been accepted.
Your obedteat servant, , -
Brigadier General D. II. Hrrm.ii
Chief Depot Quartermaster,
Washington, D. C.
We. the nndertlKoed, residents of, in
the County of , and State of -
hereby, jointly aud severally, covenant with the
uuieu siaics, kuaRuarauiee id case toe ior r going
bid of i be aeceptod, that he or they will
wtthta teadave after tho acceptance of the said
bliLaxesutethe contrast for the came with good
and sufficient sureties, In a sum equal to the
amount of the con tr aot. to furnish tho foraee pro
Ssed in conformity to the terms nf advertisement
ted Deeemlxr 8, ishj, under which the bid was
made, aud, In c-e the said - siail fall to
sntcr Into a contract ft aforesaid, we Ruarantee to
make good the dttttrcucc Ixtween the oner I j the
il d and Vie next lowest responsible bidder,
or the person to uhoin the contract may be
Witness, I filveouaderourhandeandaeau
, IW .
I bai.bv .miff tb.t, to lb. bf t o' my luiowl
1(. .ml L.ller. the .bovoiDG4 r'l.rutor. .
food .nil uffl.l.at xm .arctic, (or tit. .mouut (or
whl.h th.y nll.r to bo .osnntf .
To 1 o .crtlD.il by tb. United itttea Ulitrlel At
torney, CnllMUir o( Cuitom, or .07 other omoer
nad.r the Uattetl state. (lot oromeDt, or reawmal'
bla persoa kaowu to tbl, oifice.
V. H. RUCKEII,
drt-tr IrU. Co. .oil uutrtcruMter.
FOR THE SALE OF VALU4ULE UNDS IN
VATION IN MINNESOTA.
Inpurauanceoflaw, I, ABRAHAM LINCjln
PrcalJent ol the United M.teaof America, tm nf re!
by declare aod make known that publle a Ara wiu
b. held In tho uod.r-mentloncd Laid Ott ce u the
State of Mlnoeaota, at tho period, hero1 ji.itcr dea.
irneted. to vrlti ji.ucruca
At the Land once at St. Peter, co.nmnfliD. nn
MONDAY, the 01th day ol Uictmli r neit. fof Ihe
dlapoaal ol the public laude .omprlecd 111 fho lata
reaerT. lor th.'winncb.Bo ln,'."!ral3)io mjn
tloned,.nd clluated In Ihe lollowioV.'.MJiol lowi.
ehlpa. which will be aolj t t . .ptf,',!."" ,'? "Si
the landi ud the Iniproi eracota (l!ci eon, , Ui
AertA olaeUaclinc iijm ? toe MM priticlutl
Intownaltlp lOd, ranao ill
In towaahlp 107, raoe i
la towuahlp 108, ranao 35
In towoahtp 107, ranee v
. 6 405 41
In township liw, ranra S3,
A schedule partlcuiarlv
It. iliaarrihlfca. ', In.lia i ...!
tracta, with the ar.j.ralao.! value per acre, mil I e
open for napectlon at the Dlatrict Laqd O Ucca la
TheoflerlnB of the above laoda will be com.
meneed on the day aptiolntnl, and will proceed. In
tha order decimated In the aboio mentioned
acnedule, and cooaeeutlvely by townahlpa, aa
herein adtertlaed, until the whole ahall h.vc been
offered, and th. aalo thu. eloaeili but the Bale ahall
not be kept open looser than two wcekt, and no
"VSf'V"'!?? "' "' "' ,b u,1 """ admltte ,
until aner the axplratiou ol Hi. two weeke.
...0l" V1"". '" '"""' ' "'" r"y' "'aahlnrl.in
Job S. Wiuov,
Aotlnj L'omnilaBloncroftho (,'rnrriri Land Om-r
NOTICE TO ACTUALUONt-FINDE 'JCrrLEIlS
lo the third aeclloaof the act of Concrcn tw
prored Slat Vebruary, 111, statute a7t flumo H
pa(e kiS. openkt I. Bale the' Wluno 0.eo liewi i
be entitled to enter any iwrtloa ot the aatd lan.la
by pre-emption or othirwl.e, lirevu,J the", ,:
poaure to a. a Jo the hl,heat' Vldi,er at public otu
ahall pay.wlthU the tern, of oi",P, ', "hi
dateoi theactucmeut.tlie full anpralaeil i-u,.of
th. anJa and the lmpro eiu.r.i, 'the?."
Now, In order thai all auch bona-lldc, actnil act
tl.aicat. may be ..cured to tho acre i,,u,"tt
NOTICE IS 11LRK1J1 GIVEN,
that lhy muat com. forward ,u 1 rile their m,lr.
Jlta, dc.Iitnatlnj th. partlculai trule on w i
they m.yb. actually aetlloj, lvi.ii the d.te ,,
aucli actual aetlUmeit, and, JefoiilJ. JIp ,. 't'oo
ol on. year from auch date the aover.l i ri-ou,
UN iclalma must U ratal.njhod litoretiSaW.:
Urand liecelver, acconllii to irnreoulru'ei.tlor
the prMmptlo i Uwa, aud fill pVymeni m.d.
thereon. kbu..f,ii.. . ., .:rr ..'"" lua'ie
".'."."a'ilV.'u";';""1 'i"p"cuU .net con
lat la all audi eaaca wher. the lear mat u t
elapae belore the wramcocem.nt if the pull 1c
Bale, auch bona NJc ,wtui .utlomfiti mil i"'
arcphereby ordered to be er ludu iroui the pu'l".
ad. In all lire-euiptlon caaca In which the year
may eipire belore the oomiueuceaicnt of the pub
lie aalo, the paitlea ruuat eataUlal, noa p., u.', ,or
th.lr elalma, otliorwlaa all tracta In tlila cla. will
be ottered to Ihe hhlheat bidder, under Iho fore
(olnt nroclaaatlon, et with the atlpulallou If ,
at auch public alio the pileo muat uot be lor . i.'.i
Bum tkau for Iho appraised value.
SOS, s. u 1 1 son
auJO-wlH Atm Lou. miialoricr.
UmSKDOSl NATIONAL I
TUK KMANCII'ATION VKOOLAMAHON
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION (IP
THE PlltalllKNT Ul THE UNIT t U STATKI.
I3!CD JANUAliV I, Plug """
LETTKK OP THE ritkSIIlXNT 1)1' THE U . TO
THIS UNION CONVE1ION HOL1 iJN AT
. .PflV!""' "avlaod and Correcleil.
Itom tha Preaa of th Natiokal fltrooLiuii.
ror eal. by
nola-tl 'at leona7lvaDl. .rcilua.
WI C h A II U ! I10TWT,,
vhV , LiiAiiwn a ', i il,
'WrwilfNiUyisoiU ieiHuc.ihl r .., iktitii.
nuliUite. u. lu-la-
TlinUE STUBEi. COMBINED.
HESSIU. SMITH fc CO.,
Cot.er of TirenUenhatr.et tod r.oat. are.,
J. BMJCE k CO.,
No, 4(4 Set.nth itrt.t,
J. II. SM1TIIJ,
No. 4 Serintli ititet,
Hare coniollJatea their bo.Ineai .1 the
PKOrLEl CLOTHINO STORK,
No. UD SEVENTH STREET,
(OriKialt. th. Toat Offle.,)
Where you will Cod a apleadld aaaortment of Cu.
torn Made Good.,
Alio, aa Immrni. atock of Rcady.Made Clothloe
and Gentleucn'a Furalabtnt Ooodaof erery de
AN E.NULE33 VAItlETV OF DOVS' CLOTIII.NC,
ALL THE LATEST STYLES 1
AT rttlCES THAT DEFY COMPETITION I
"BRING. Ur THE BOYS I"
CUSTOM GOODS MADE TO ORDER.
Call and ace our
IMMENSE STOCK OF SAMT-LES,
Whether youbuyoroot. No chars, for examlna-
COME FAULT, TO AVOID THE RUSH, IF
VOU CAN I y
BUT COME I
DO NOT FORGET THE PLACE I
1. It. SMITH'S,
No. 440 Seventh afreet,
acts Oppoatte Toat Office.
T OOK 1 LOOK 1 LOOK 1 LOOK I
No'f 01 enlng at Oak Hall a
MFRCH INT TAILORING ESTABLISMENT,
under the anpertntendeQce of
Mtt. C TALUER,
well'k'joirn to the cltlten. of Wathloftton, vhere
you ulll rta.l the larRClt and beat ataorted atock
Utat liaa ever leen ntfered la thle city,
51IITH BRO'S & CI) ,
No 401 ceventhatrret,
Oppoalte Toat OttUe.
N. D. riELE ClOODS at nholeaale to the trade
at lowcat market vrl.ea. eel3
'(STABLI3HED IN ISM,
U1UKUH A 1'SAKBON,
VOOK AMU JOll riUNTKKfl,
411 Nloth atreat, near Penaaylvanla Areoue,
tfarlos (really ln.er.aaed Uie facillllea oi tht
Houa. by aa elmoat
ENTIRE RtMEWAL OP MATERIAL
Aril 11 addition of BS-'eral ol the moat tmpror ed
r o w k K-r luisiB,
JUtaTerepared to .xeaut. avery variety ol
JlUt V1.11TLNO k'AHD
l-LA IN UK UULUUE1) INK.
PROM. iTHIM AMD UlBl'ATOU
EUI.WEKK1.Y nmtTTir'.NKW YOHK, WASH-
ING IU.Ia.d QEOBOa'POWK, B. ft
8.LVOK, inn JAS. 8. t'KKKN.
n SffFi! alllnf Day, WKDNKUDA Y. aaj AT-
DBU, J 8, at 10 a.m., from foot f Hlgb atreet,
YorZ' "' " 11,r ' ,0 of W,U utt, N,w
Poc frileht or Da.aaae aprly to
SIOROAH t BfllfjEllART, Ajeote,
foot ol high street, Gc ore etowa, or
,. . JAMES HA.VI3, Ajeot.
'- 117 Wall , tree t. New Vork
A JAMB KXFHKBB OUUl'AIY,
OrriCBail FENN. AVEt.TJE,
Wittunaton Oily. it. O.
''USAT SAUTeKN. NORTTURy, aibd WlaT.
,. tiny uxi'iuxa roBWAiibKiia
':.ta, Im, Uiw.n Jam Irjr. Vejaakl .a,
H ties, Mfuaka. nari&M, ,,
orarOHrltbAPKTY AND DUPATCH la ,U
aeucaiible a. etlona of tli. eopjitrjr. TtaU Comprx y
llV,. ,K-noIa la the prlnelnr J railway towna la tL.
NOIITH, ItAJT, WEST, AND NDllTUWESI.
.,..... He prlnelpat offlMa ar.
YfiHium. iroiV, z). a,, jr. tobk, bobtom,
VUILA. UXLl'MIA, BAITIHOUH, OIK.
Villi TATI. UT. LOUa, LOUIS
-.V?"?"" iu are mad. at New York and lloaton
?..., u"?" fonvarHlBl to U. Caoada, ana tne
artllati Pro Tlaeca, and Willi aUamatlp llaea to Lir.
riKjol, So. itliampton, and Havre, and then., or
curopean aajvuae. io all promlnaat eonunerala
ova' In S real irltaloand on to. Coatla.nl.
ik, ""' Neeilr.fta, .nd llllla mad. at all
"'"" n.ri. oi au. uniiwi .i.i...
U Waatdnitoa, p. .
IJHAtH BTKMOIb jWeilAUiiTti.
iu . 1. MCTOALP k SON.
i VL lot Union atreet, Doaton, Maaa.,
I n T" ".' ."f maaulaetnrera In tb United Mates of
Di.ea A Jpliaoet. and Pljui... tu an. (teat aalaut,
I Soul ni wlioleaalo at tka Loweat Lean Trlse..
, Mag,' Ii. but of Indellbl. alenell Ink, rrr clieap.
xtene il lilee, aud all kloda ol Sleuall ttdtU. I.qul.
, tie. neiorJaie Homplly attended to, jr)eau
HEAT rEHNBTLVAHIA. HOUTB
NOnTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST.
nn ani .ttee NOVEMBEIt lith train, will leaf.
Baltmor. from th. North CalT.tt Statl.n a.
Eaat Malt at .M a. m.
llarrlabcrif Aceoumodatlon 1 00 p. m.
Llshtnlng Exprcaa ,.,J0p. m.
Tb. S 10 a m. train from Waahloirtoa eooneet,
crlMi th. Ron . bi. train from Baltimore for Pitta.
burr and the Weal, and for Klmlra. Buffalo,
nooneaier, uunaira, i.udu.isu. ayu ,,,
rUa, and for New York City,
Th.LKp. m! TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON
f onneeta with th. f .to p. m. trala rrom Baltimore,
lor Dmlra and tb. North, and Pltttbuif and th.
SLXEP1NO CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS.
souiiam' tioiits at oonnism aim.
ONE TUROOGU TRAIN ON SUNDAY.
LOW TARE ANtTqIMCK TIME.
trf For Tlaketa .nd .n. information aorlr at
th. offlc. of th. Great- PenrTaylraala Route, ooroar
a ennay it.di. .T.no. .no main Bireei uouer n.
tfon.l Hotel, and Depot Houa., No. 4U c .treat
near New Jeracy avenue, Waahlnaton.
. N. DUBARRT,
E. 1. WILKINS,
PaaaenKer and Ticket Agent,
Je4-ly Corner Sixth at. m& ra. avenue
Jl. AUU UAbllUUflli liAlUlUAV.
CHANGE or HOURS.
On and after Sunday, June ltth, ISM.
rASSENGSR TRAINS LKAVE FHILATJELFHIA
Hattlmore.at4J0a.m.. (Kxoress. Mondays ex
cepted,) 8.rft a. m , 13 mn S.30 and to to p. ra.
iucicr m O.IW, it.iv m, tu t.ew, , u, , Uu
WUmlneton.kt I to, (Mondaja excepted.) 609,
tl.lft a. m., t so,3 lo, 4 so, a. to so, and It p. m.
New Csstle, at aiW a. m. aod 4 so p. m.
Dover, at 8 os a. m. and 1.20 p. m.
Salisbury, at 8.00 a. m.
TRAINS FUR PMILDELPHIA LKAVE
Baltimore at 8,45 and . a, m,, (Express,) 1.10,
Wilmington at 1 49, 15, and t a. mn IS.S4, 1, 1.40,
C, a3, 7.au, aau v.iu Ut.m.
Dover at 6,so a. m. and 4 M n. m.
New Cut la at 8 1(1 a. ra. and a U n. tu.
Chester at 7 43 and MO a. m.. 1. x.sf. 4.40. 8. 8.11.
and 40 1. m.
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and later mediate
stations at 10,25 p. m.
Leave Baltimore (or Dover and Intermediate sta
tloos att.I0p.tn. n.
TRAILS FUR BALTIPIORK.
Leave Chester at 8.40 a. ra , and s and 11.03 n. m.
Leave Wllmlnfton at B S0,and t.36 a. m., and 1M
nd 11.40 p. m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with nassanrcr ear attached.
will leave Wilmington lor Peny villa and Interme
diate plaee s at 7 44 p. m.
SUNDAYS From rhiladflpnla to Baltimore
rtnly at 4.30 a.m. and 10.30 p. m.
tWi Hktlei.1ik1nB.lk In U7l1.,ln.tnr iti M a n .
end tojoandll p.m.
From Wilmlntrton to ruiladelphla at 1.43 a.m.
and 7 so p. m.
Only at 10 35 p.m. from Baltimore to Phllsdsl
pLia. jeH-Xt H. F. KENNEV, Aas't Supt.
BAliTIMOUE AND OHIO
on and aner SDNDAV, June ltth. I8i dally
train will to run between Waahlnatoa and New
York, and Washington and the West, aa follows!
rOK FHILADSLrUIA, NEW YOU A and BOSTON,
Leave Washington at 7.10 a, ra., 11.15 a. bju, 810
p.m.. dally cxeept Sunday, On Sunday at SM p.
FOR BALTIMORE AND FHILADELPHTA.
jjbVBTe vt uiugiun ( in., iiaitij. si)ii gun
day. Passengers will note that this train runs as
(ar as Philadelphia eoly.
run n&w luniv.
iaveWashinetondaUvatf so i.m. 'Chit train
it far Sao 1 orkpattcnoeri exclutitelf.
VUil JWamaua) JbUa
rtava Waihlnrton at I.SO. a. m.. 740 a. m.. 11.11
a. bqh p. i 4 Is p, m., 7 p. m., and 8.W p. m.
On Sunders ai 7.M am., t p. m. andS so p. m.
Lnuir.1. pahth or the west.
Leava Washlncton at 8 SO a. m. and S. 4.41. aod
H.ao p. mnaauy.exeepi vunuay.
Tickets sold to all DoinU WcsT. and freeMee
Leave Washlnrton at So, a. in., and 4.U p. m.i
daily, except sunuay.
nn iraiin ior AuiiBtuuiiB uu auuuia
Train- lavlnr Waahtnrtiin at 7.SU a. m. and 8 SO
p. m. no throuh to New York utuhout change of
siaenlna: ears on 8 3d and 8 so p. m. trains. Bertha
sen be secured until 8 p. m.. dally, at tha Tlsket
occej after that hour they must be secured ol the
bieepict; er uunuustor.
The nrst and tlRbtrains stop at til wy points.
Tha a m. Irala atona onW at JUatiensbure.
Bellsvllle, Laurel, Annapolis Junstloo, and Ralay
House, dally, exocpt Sunday. On Sunday It stops
at ail way points.
rasieoiers will please observe that the S p. m.
runs only elores rnvaaetpnw umiij,wiiTF awiaaf'
Oil Sunday It runs to VaUimort only. Also, that the
tJQu.vt.tialntaktt 2fv York patunatrt only.
tot further Information, tfjkete ol ovary kind,
eie.i amlyto Oaorro 8. JCoonlx, AKP Wash
jnston, or at the tlsket oUm.
General Ticket Agent.
BSW TUKK iiiai,
PHE CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND PHILADEL
PHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPA
rnoit vmi.LDSLruii. to mmw tobx
ASlt WAT rLA.018,
arraaa Walt street Wharf auaet Kam.
WILL LSAT1 AS TOLLOWJ, Til I Tut
41 I A. M.,TleCaoidenanjlAmbor ftfcA.
J.rar Aaaomuodatlon LSI
AI 8 A. Uf., Tia Camdao and erssr atyt
Mornlsf Exprau ' 00
at S A. M., ria Camden aaj Jerwr atr
sdl'lai, HUet U
At II . JM.,TlaKenalnstonand;ar,eyatj
it l, M.. via :amilon and Ambov C and
A. AeMmmodatlon U,
at t p. cj., via Camden and AmDojr U and
A. Xwreaa . EO
it I I. M., tuJfenalnxtonaadJareerCltjTte
Vealilcatoa aiU N. Y. Exprea, . EDO
AI daf P.i.,Tlalf.eiialjldnAdJeraerCltri
AI IKjNliLl) ti. Kenalnstoa and Jaiaa.
uiiy, Miuiuvru e..peaa
at P. fit ,rla Camden and AmbojrAeeOBa.
nouaiioa ir reiajai uiu raeeenaeri
lal elaas ticket . IU
ad elaaatleket p t.(
Tli. C IS P. M. fcvrolns Mall and the 1 to (Nlett)
Boulh.m EipreM wlU run datlj, (all other., Sun.
rinrinELPHIA AND NEW YO I INE J.
Le?r. Walnut atreet wbarf at 4 and 8 aiki., U aa,
and J p. ?
Leave Kalnaten Pcpot at 11,10 a. m., S.U1, LS0
and a.ai. rn., a:u n a. iu. iuau..i
lb. Tm ii. m. LUs run. tUllri au otbara, Son.
K'Etv "ORE AND PHILADELPHIA L1NE0.
lu. rA. Harrier .treat H a.m. tpd J p. m.
uSmiMol Q..nli!,.,.,CSll.M T' " M ' m'
IS m, 4 arid 8 .., a. - .u7. .il other. Hind...
"".P1 "' uue ?.'. "t. "-.1-ZJ1EK. Axial
W. H. t,.
stW. Y. llnea.
FuiLADtxruiA, Deo. St, ISO.
TKUMB OP THE BUPHEMK COt
nKTHP llHTnlfT nt rnrttiiBta u.
is b.reby given tbat, by a rule ol tbt Court, tie
terms have bocn died as follows i
fa Third Jloaday of January.
I tliatnt.inlftiPnfKl.Tt '
llilrd Monday of Uotober.
Jfrmi of tht VirwU VourU
In wUleli alona a Jury Is lmpanneled tor the trial
of otvll eases 1
J list Tuesday of February,
third Monday of May.
Tint Tuesday of Njvember.
lirmi of tit Criminal Court,
First Monday of March.
Tblrd Monday of Juno.
Vint ZJooday of Deeeoiber.
1rr$cf VaDnttuH Lour I.
Vlrrt Monday ot June.
llrit Monday of December.
ktrtt Tuesday of January.
First Tu Malay of 'ennary.
rtnt Tueslay of March.
jVlrit Tuesday of ApnL
TUrd Mouday of May,
rust l-uce-lay of Juno,
rust Tuesday of July.
.st Tuesday o! Seutembei,
Vint Tuceday of Uotober.
rlrst Tuesday of November,
Jirst luredayof DeaeMbtr,
1 vde olibaC'ouil. tt. , MXISJS,
voh. (i iSoKiaTiurii et. Aitu amy. iriam,
n"iiii.w wn, v. v.
m sit i v
a all ItOiirf, an 1 at the au.viwJ
i, w navMuioja,
Dr. M. VZlXliri PrtvsU Hospital, In the Ted
sral Soek, Doner o! Seventh and T streets, oppo
site tht rost and Patent Otaoee. Room 11 end It,
up stairs, Washington, D. C.
All dlsaasM of a private estate treated In the
best sciential mnaer, andradlial tares clTeeted
la aU sues. STPUltlTlC ATFSCT10St Q0S.
0RRUOU, QLKET, STUCTVRKS, SXitJltAL
trKiXxLSS, or the result of VOlVptVOVS
DREAMS, or any weakness of the QENkRATSVS
ORGANS, from any eaust whatavar, or rpw lo&x
standlns;, thoroufbly and radically eured also,
O0VT, RHKVMAT1SN, HEVlULaiA, and other
CHRONIC DISEASES 0( thoNERVES, MUSCLES,
B0SES, and JOINTS SCR0FVLA, JJLOTCUES
on tbx FA CAVE B vmoKS on the Umbi and body
anil aU other ERUPTIVKQISIASES and D1SCA8X
or tre BLOOD, from whatever aausf taey may
ArTLICTKD AND UNFORTUNATE
No matter what yoordlsease, let no false deli
eaeey prevent you from applying Immediately to
Dr. Vellny.who Is aoknowlrgod to be by far the
most SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN In tht treatment
ot private diseases. Fear not to aomt and make
known four misfortunes, and he will spetdly send
you on your way rejolslnj.
That dreadful seourct ot tht young. Indulged In '
when alone, destroys the generatlvt organs, units
them for married Ufa, prod using weakness of tha
bask and limbs, loss of animation and mnseular
power, palpitation of tht heart, nervous Irritabili
ty, loss of memory, melantholy habits. Insanity,
eonsnmptlon, and death.
YOUNG MAN I In Tlsw-jpt tht dreadtul eonie
quenoesofdelay.do notall' to make your ease
known Immediately to Dr.' Vellny. Tour aeiista
with htm art saered, and you may eoaBdently rely
upon his medical skill.
Thousands whose systems wert shattered and
who ware on tht brink of tht grave, hsvt been
brought task to vigorous health by his skillful
Married persons, or those tontsmplatlng matrl
mony, who suppeot themtelvesof Impotenoy aemb
aal weakness, or aoy disease arising (Tom a re
used state of tht genital organs, whether tht e-
lulto! disease, injury, yoathfulUdiiotlons, r
Indulgeneeofthopaaslenslnrlifer years, art tar
neatly entreated to plaoa themselrea under tht
earo ot Dr. V. They may rely with certainty
upon a speedy sure, and being restored to full
health aod rigor.
Ha treats with antlrs suoeess all diseases of
ramales ausu as LEUCORRHEA or WHITE5,
LAPSUS UTERI, As., fcs, and in every esse guar
antees a perfeet CURE.
FZXS moderate, and VISITS and COMMUNICA
TlpNS strictly PRIVATE and CONFIDENTIAL,
Persons eauing see no one ouiint wonos,
Thoet at a dlstansa may bt TBEATro by mail,
by seadlnjt a statement of CASE, As.. Jut
DH. WIBTAIl'B BALSAM OF
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST RLLIABLE
REMEDIES IN IHE WORLD
COUGHS, COLDS AUD ALLLUNG COMPLAINTS
Wlstar's Balsam of Wild Cherry does not dry up
a Cough and leave tha seeds of Consumption in the
system, but loosens It. acd cleanses tha Lungs of
Ccrtlfleatea almost without number can be pro
duced attesting to tha remarkable cures pciformed
uy mis remcay,
Nona genoinanoless signed "L. BUTTS," on tha
wrapper. For sale by
j. r. uinsuuKK, sai uriauway, new sora.
BETH W. FOWLS k. CO . No. 18 Tremont street.
Boitoiij and by all.Drugglste. oc3l-wi.t3ji
TMPOltTANT TO IMYAI1IU8,
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
THE PEHUVIAN SYRUP
fa a protested solution of th. Protoxtd. of Iron.
A NEW DIICOYEBY IN MEDICINF,
Tliat STRIKES AT THE B00TQF DISEASE
Bp supplflor tb. Mood with He
VITAL PRINCIPLE OB L( F Ef.EMENT-IRON.
THE PEHUVIAH SYRUP
Vltallxea, purlflea and enrlsbee Iba Blpod.lhere.
br VofuBlo 'TRKNaTH, VIGOU, and NEW L)FE
'"oif-'rloYSPEPlIA, DEBILITY acd FEMALE
tVAAKNaB9,iaiaasp.eiDe. . .,
Famphlele free. 1. T. DINSM0RE.
Depot, No. 491 Broadway. New York.
y or aale ))y all th. Drmiiala. oexMeAilu
T lipDINO'3 Ii
KP DING'S IlUdSIA BALVKI
vnarv trriae vYPrnfCNCE
Hai fully eatahllabed th. auparlorlty of RedJlnt'a
diib. a.lv. av.. .llAth.f1,a.lliie nreuerettonB.
HEDDIN(S RUSSIA SALVE heala Old Son.,
Burna, eealla, Cms, Wound., Bruise., Sprains,
Bolls, Uleers, aod -Cancer,.- No family ahould b.
without It. unlyst ..tie p.r IMi I by mall, U
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v. tii.h 3. p. DmaMoae. ill Broadwav. New
Yorki s. W.fowibAv Co., IS Tremont atreet. Boa.
tool and by all Drutslata and Country Mor.koep-
DR. C. S. SJGESMONP k HAYWAUD,
m PennarlraiUa evince, betweeA Twelfth and
TblrtMntll streets, WwUnstoa.
' Drt. S. k II. ealla the .llentloa of th. publle to
tiitojlowlnsadrantajeaol their Improved jyateml
lat!TrLaiithof their xoanufaature will oarer
eorrodltwr ekanil. eolor by any aolds, and are
S??!feSfi Linb,0,ie.r;.. ted. a. ,b.
"id "" wW to m laMI,0',", II? Bf Ter
xo'lti.,.-xittftMt)i ,re needed, aa nexsia.
4th. NO U. . lAafa.MmJlmtw. tft.r.hw nrA.
nontoneaoanb. DKalontUie faee. which.
'nhr.uVn.Vm. .j yifflii&s
ITteEfSli a Wilts We
atruetlbl. m.talnmnjf, with Wh the moat sen.
altlre teeth ean b. SUad without ptln. and eao
huUd up a perfeet aound tnoth on any eUa roola,
whlah will Uat throush a lllaUme.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I
With Innoxious Vapor, by Dra. Baeamond Hay.
ward. 30 pe.neylTanlaavaoue,tAf antors and aole
manufaeturet, of Anajstla Innoxloua rapoMnot
....h,n- n.L ... ddarolorm or Ltliar) but
UI arailOK UWU matt ywttwf " -
outaleep,wlth pleasautsenssUoaJ andpeifest
inBisnjlbUltytojuin. ... . ,
lit beat ofrelerenees given If lequlrtd. A
CmM mtuX eaamine tor yourselvea. niyM
m'HB 113 TO QIVB NOTICE, THAT
I tti eaubacrlbarbasobtalnedfrontheOriihans'
WashUgton wuoJA , .i
bv wllfoid to , Sltrt thai iSS, with tJ.e aouchers
11 ' -JLsa
"OAlVriMORE LOOK UOBriTAL.
DR. JonNSTON hss dlsetfversd tht mottCer
tain, ttpeedy and oaly .tTuetual Remedio'tht
World for Weakness of the Baek or Llnil.j. etrle
tures, A Bastions of tht Kldhaye andBladdar. In
rolnntary Dlssbarges, Impotenoy, Otneal Deblll
if, Nerronsness, Dyspepsia. Jjaogonr, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of thl HearC Tim.
Iditr, TremMlnxB, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness,
Dlsiasee of the Head,Throt Nose,f Skin, AtTee
tlons of tht LnflKS, stomach or Bowels those Ter
rible Disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of
Youththose sxcarr and solitary praetlees mora
fatal to tketr victims than the sob f By r ens to
tha Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their knost bril
liant bo-pee or anticipations, rendering marriage,
ate,, Impossible, t
Especially, who have beoome the victims of Soil-
j(r ,v, iuai ursaMiiui qq utiirUftlTB nDit,
which annually sweeps to aauntimelygravethou
sands of Young Men of tha most exalted talents
and brill 1 sot Intellect, who mlxht otherwise have
antranoed listening Senates with tht thunders ot
eloquence, or waked to eostaey tha Hying lyre may
11 Wiiu (uu vuuuun,
Married Persons, or Vonnr Men .vintjtmnlatlnr
m arrl are. being aware of physical weaknees. or
ganic debility, deformities, fco., speedily eured.
ni wiiu iiaara uiuuacii uhuk utv vara OI UT, 4.
mayrtllKlously eonddeon his honor ae a gentle
man, and eonfUlently rely upon his skill as a pby-
Immediately Cured and Full Vigor Restored.
Thtr Dreadful Disease which renders Life mis
erable andi Marrlag Impossible Is tht penalty
paid by tht victims of Improper Indufftnees.
Voung persons are too apt to eomsslt excesses
foom not being aware of the dreadful consequences
that may ensue. Now, who that undeeetands tht
sulijeot will pretend to deny tbat the power of pro
creation Is lost sooner by those falling Into Impro
per habtta than by the nnidentt Besides being de
prived tht pleasures orhealtbv offspring, tha most
serious and destructive symptoms to both body
and mind fctlse. The system becomes deranged tht
Physical and Mental Functions Weakened Loss
of rrocreatlve rower. Nervous Irritability, Dys
nensla. Patultatlon of tha Heart. Indirection. Con-
stltuttousl Debility, a Washing of tht Frame,
iugnB, uonsumpuon, sta.
OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left hand aide, rolne from Baltimore street, a few
doors from the eorncr. Fall not to observe nana
Letters moit be paid and contain a atamp. The
Doctor's Diplomas hang in his otnee.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London,
fraduate from one ol tht most eminent Colleges tn
he United States, and tht greater-pert of whose
Ufa has been spent ln,the hospitals of London, Pa
ris, Philadelphia, and elsewhere, haa effected some
of the most astonishing cures that wrs ever
knownt many troubled with ringing In tha head
and eara when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulntcs, with Ire
Quent'blnshlnr, attended sometimes with a de
tangement of tht ml ad, were eured lanmtdlatcly.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who havt Injured them
selves by Improper lndulfnco and solitary habits,
which ruin both body and mind, unfitting them (or
either business, study, society or marriage.
Tn esc arfrieme of the sad and melansholv attests
produced by early habits of youth, vlxi Weakness
of tht Back and Limbs, PaloBlntheHfad.s)lmnesa
of Slrht, Lnssof Muse alar Power, Palpitation of
tht Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, De
raogement of tht Direstivt Functions, General
Debllltv. SvmotAma of Oouanmotlod.
NtitTAiXY The featfnl etfeeta on tht mind art
mush to be dreaded Loss of memory. Confusion of
Ideas, Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings,
Aversion to Society, Self Distrust, Love of soil
tude, Timidity, fro., art soma of tha evils produced.
Thousands ol persons of all ages ean now Judge
what Is the cause of their declining health, losing
their vtitor, besoming weak, pale, nervous and
em sola tod, having a singular appearanse about
the eyes, cough and symptoms of consumption.
Who havt Injured themselves bf& certain practice
Indulged In wjiau alone ahablt frequently learned
from evil companions, or at seItool,the eHects ol
wbish art nightly felt, even when asleep, and It
not eured renders marrlago Impossible, and de
stroys both mind and body should apply immsdl
What a pity that a young man, tht hops of his
country, the pride of his parents, should bo
snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life,
by tht eoosequrnst o( deviating from the path ol
nature and Indulging In a certain secret habit
Such persons most, before contemplating
reflect tbat a sound mind and body are tha most
necessary requisites to promote connubial happl
oess. Indeed, without these, the Journey through
Ufa becomes a weary pilgnmaee) the prospect
hourly darkens to the view; the mind becomes
haili-.tratl with ilrtnalr. and nlid with tha mtlan
sholy reflection tbat the happiness of another be
come Diixnicu with oar mrn,
1)13 tASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and Imprudent votary of i
pleasure finds he has Imbibed the seeds of this
falnlul disease, It too ollen happens thst an 111
Imed sense of shame, or dread of dlscovery,detera
him from applying to thove who, from etfjcatlnn
andrespecteMiity, ean aiona befriend mm. lie
falls Into the hands Of lgsorsnt and designing pre
tenders, who, tncspablt of curing, nich his pmu
Dmiy aujsvauco, urcp huh iniiiag uoooia aiivr
month, or as lngas tht smallest feecanbeobtaln- ,
ed, and In despair leave hits with ruined health to
tell aver his trail lfir dliannotntmenti or. bv the
use of that dca.Uy poison. Mercury, hasten tht
aouBuiuuonaisympioiiiBoi wis icrnPi utieaii
such as Affection of tbe Head, Throat, Nose, Sain,
etc, progresslrg with frlxhtlul rapidity till dtatu
tuts a period to his dreadful sufferings by sending
tlm to tbat undiseoiered country from whose
bourne no traveler retures.
UNDORBKMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands eured at this Institution
within tbe last eighteen years, aod tbf nutrerous
In.iwtant Surgical Operations performed by Dr.
Jblmston, witnessed by the reporters of the " un "
and many other papers, notices of which hare ap
Seared again and ssjaln before tho public, besides
Is standing as a gentleman of character and re
sponsibility, is a sutncLcnt guarantee to the ef.
SKIN DISaSES SPEEDILY CURED.
Persons writing should be particular in d resting
their letleis toJUs Institution, In the following
manner 1 1
JOHN M. JOHNSTON, U. D..
Ualtlmore Lock Hospital,
jelSly Baltimore. Maryland.
f F F 1C I A I .
NEWLY COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.
Circular, No. l.1
Adjutant aci.Ei.'i Orru e, J
Washikotom, August 9, 14. 1
It Is asnouoced for the Information and guidance
ofaltoonceVned.thatan offloer ot a three years'
yolikteer organization, who receives a oew com
mission at a tfato subsequent to that ofhlsorlgloal
entrance Into service, ti held to tervict for three
yeartfromlhtdttofhUJait tnureMn, and not for
tyree years from tha date of original muster-In.
Ho muitcrs-ln art authorized or recognized by
the War Department,."-. unexpired term of an
organlzattoo. Musters so made bays uniformly
been revoked, so soon as brought to notice.
Where musters havt been made by Commis
saries of Musters, or tnelr Assistants, for tht uav
sfred portion of a term, and there. Is doubt as to the
--.. m .sti. .. II...... Invnlv.,1 ahnnlil tial
forwarded through tbt Proper Commissary of
Musters to tne Adjutant (leneral of tht Army, for
the decision oi u.e war ueymu
Kagulstlons similar to tbt foregolag apply to
crinialtont muttered into unlet farm atriod leu
than three wan: the general rule being that a eom
mlsslooedoQlcer shall, Id all cases, bo mustered la
for tho period for which his regiment or company
was oriKlnally so mustered. ....
If officers of veteran organizations do not desire
to secure tbe advantages or their former commit
tlokt JU rnul.t' as sontemplated by sestlon 3, of
Paragraph 1, Circular No. i, current series, fiotn
thicoiUot, tlieycau decline to l reipifsiered as
therein directed, and only terve out tht Ltspird
twoj tlu mutter wider vhU-h thntw bt oat .ngtt
Afststaot Adjutant General.
W.n DEFAaTAIENT, )
Tho rollowlns omeera, baring been reported at
tha bctdrunrters of the army for tbe oltenoea here.
lofter alTedked, an hereby notlSed that they will
stand dlamlaaodJli tel.jDe of lbs Ofltl SUtaa,
unleaiT within Ulteen daya tr thle date, they
appear before tho mlllterf commiajloa In leaaloa
Inthlaelty.of whl.b Brlsadler Oeneral John C.
Caldwell, United State, volunteer., la pre.ldent,
ind mai, ,atl.factory Jefenio to tho charges
against Ui4nu , , , ,
AbttM? trlAeuf frets,
taptaln Merlin II. tLt liajney, !M New YoiU
Flrat'tlsulonant William T. HtKam.ia, Mill
SeebudUeutenant John C. ag-ait, bath Tenn
Bihanlavoluulc.ia. ... , ,
DliobeJlrnre eerjrr and olnnce irltltout leave.
Captain Incod to tonhey, 3d Wlaconaln car
f org'tJig tKlUU tint papttt and Inducln j ntnladrtnl.
frrai i.icuif ii.ui rwi ft ohi.ii,, .oti, nin-
Aaalatant A41ut,nt oaoeral.
p. y v i o i a i, .
" Wan DaranTaii T, )
AwuTAliTOtaLliaL's orriit, J
WAiiiiainiw, U, C , Outofer an, IMI. t
EecuuJ Ll.utcoaul Anion lUier, IJIU Ujilltd
Stalea Infantry, having been leporteH at the bead.
r.uarteia ol tbe army lur etiaeoeo wltlioul leave, la
lierrbynotllled thai In Will be i rrcommendad for
dlamlaaal liom the aertueof the United stale.,
rnleaanllhlu tllteen daf, sm hlB,altjB rea
fiorle lit imir.uto tin oouimanJ'ng offleer of I.I.
trtiiutuiu u.e Jtiuir .- V,7 "ioTviMEND,
0iil Ajrltu Adjutsot Ga.lAl,