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P F I 0 I A L
COMMERCIAL INTERCOURSE-PREVENTION
OF FRAUDS CAPTURED PROPERTY,.
WahDefahtmeict, )
Adjvtakt OtHtmAi.'i urncr,
Washinotoh, 8pt, is, lieH. )
Oners! odere. No. 117. .. . .
Hi following act of Congress H published 'rt'
lb Information and government o( all con ernedi
IPriLtr-No.iei.J
Aw apt la addition to the several acts f00?1?
eoramerelal Intereotirse betwee " 'VT. JSi!!E
reetlonary ttates.ao.1 to tirovMe for the ;"
prevention of frauds In Ates dccUred In nsur
rectloo. Uwt of the tnitei states of AmerU, " ":
AemMnf, Thai sales of enured and ftbMdoDjhl
proper ty under the set approved March twelve,
riStm hundred and etxty-three, mey be mAde At
eiier. nlees. In StAtes tfeclAred la Insurrection, ab
n,.L dtiirnated by the SeeretAry of the Trees
ttrr, ai well At other places cow Authorized by
"?".' Andtott further enacted, ThAt, In Addition
to the captured end AbAodoned property to be re
ceived, collected, od disposed of, as provided In
Id et, the said agents shall take eherge of And
lease, for periods not exceeding twetv moothe,
the abandoned lands, hornet And tenements within
the districts therein n Anted, and shall Alio provide,
In such leAiee or otherwise, for the employment
And i-enerl welfare of All rertooi within the lines
of national military occupation within lAld loeur-
reetionAry states formerly held m Biaves.wnoere
nr shell become free, Property, reel or personal,
hell be regarded At abandoned when the lawful
nwnrf thereof shall ha vnluntarllv absent there-
from, and ensued, etfher In Arm or otherwise, in
aiding or eaeAoredDr the rebellion,
Pe.S. And be U further enacted. That All moneys
arising irora me leasing -pi wonouoneu iu,
honiee, Ann tenements, or from sales or captured
and abandoned property eolteeted aod eold In pur-!
raftneo of said Mt, or of thte Act, or from feee col
l reted under the rvlee And regulations mAde by the
ftecretery or tbe Treasury, end approved by tbe
rreeldent, dated respectively the twenty-elghth
dAyof Auruit, eighteen hundred end sixty-two,
the thirty-Brit dey of March, And the eleventh day
day of September, eighteen hundred And sixty
three, or under Any amendments or modltleAttoni
thereof, which hee been or ebaU be mAde by the
peereiaryor me TreAiury, aoa epprovea ovine
rreeldent, foe conducting the eommerelAl Inter
eouree which has been or shall be licensed end.
permitted by the rreeldent. with end in SUtee de
clared lnlniurreetlon,ehAll, After lAtUfylDir there
from All proper end necessary expenses, to be ad
froved bythe Secretary of the Treasury, be natd
nto the TreAeury of the United StAteet And All ac
eounteof moneys received or expended in eon nee
Uob therewith ehAll be Audited by the proper ee
eonntlnir effleere of the TreAiury. Tout the
flfit eeetlon of the "Aet to provide for the
eolleetlon of nbAndnnl property end for
the prevention of rrud In loa jrreetlonAry
dletrleti In the United Stetee," Approved Mirth
twelve, eighteen hundred And Uty-three, le here
by extended eo m to loolude the ileierlptlone of
rroperty mentloneJ In en eet entitled "An Act
turner to provide for the eolleetlon of dutiea on
tmporta, aq J for other ptirpoitt "Approved July
thirteen. lthteen hundred and il-lj-ooe, end ad
Aet entitled "An Act to upprttt lorurreetloo, to
punlih treeionnnd rebellion, to lelie And ontl
eAt the prorertr of rebela, And for other pur
poere," Approved July eeventeen, eighteen hun
tired end nlxty-two, reipeetlvel) i end that the
Alee provide! for In Mid Act flnt mentioned tQAy
he in Me At euch plAcre ai my be deilKnAtel by
the Secretary of The Treaiury. And aeetlon ilx
of tAld flratmentloned Act le hereby emeoded ao
as to Include every deeertptlon of property men
tioned in the acta of Julv thirteen, clehteen hun
dred end alxty-ooe, and July aerenteen, elKhtern
hundred and alxtv-two Aforcaal h And that All
property, real or peraooe), deacrlbed In the Acta
to whlefa thla la Id addition, ahall be retarded
AbAndoned when the Uwfulowner thereof ahAll be
voluntarily Abaent therefrom, hnd emtaced, either
in arma or otherwtie, In aiding or eneouraglng the
rebellion.
See. 4. Jnd b U further eneoVif, That the rrohl
bltlona nnd proviaione of the Act approved July
thirteen, elihteen hundred aaJ alxty-one, end of
the Acta Amendatory or aupplementary thereto,
hell Apply to All commercial lntereourie by end
tetweeo peraon realdlflKor being within dlitrlcta
within the p'eient or future Unea of national mili
tary occupation In the Statea or pArta of Statu
declared In lmurrectlon, whether with each other
nr with peraone reildlng or being within dlitrlcta
declared In lnaurrectloa and not within thoie
llneai and that All periona w.thln the United
Statea, not native or naturalized cltlzena thereof,
tb.Allbe aubject to the lAtne prohibition. In All
commercial lntereourie with lnnebltAnte of St Atei
tr parta ol Statea declared In loiurrectlon, ai cltl
tene of loyal Statea ere aubject to under the laid
act or Acta.
tntf It il further ended, That whenever
Aity part of AloyAl etate ahall be under the cod
trol oflniurgeoti, or ihAll Se In dengeroua prox
imity to placea under tbelr control, all commercial
lQtcrourie therein and therewith ahall be aubject
to the aame prohibition! and condition! ai Are
created by the ild acti, ai to iueh lntereourie be
tween loval and Insurrectionary Statea, lor auch
time and to iueh extent ai ibalt from time to time
become neeuiarr to piotect thepubllo intereita,
and be directed by th Secretary of the Treaiury,
with the approval of the Preaident.
See. 6. And in it fu thtr enscttd, That eo much of
me nun ircuua ni toe ci Kri'rovru pij iHcntVi
eighteen hundred end alxty-two, And the fourth
eetlon of the Act approved March twelve, eigh
teen hundred And alxty-three, ai directs the man-
nrrui hiiiiiuuiiui unTi.cuauiri, uu iniicii urr,
la hereby repealed, and taat, la lieu of the dlitrlbu
tton thereby directed to be made to Informers,
collector!, end other officers of the customs, the
court decreeing condemnation may award such
aomDensation to customs officers, informers, or
other persona, for any service connected there
with, as will tend to promote vlrllance In protect
ing the public Intereita, and as shall be Just and)
equitable, In no case, however, to exceed the ag
gregate amount heretofore directed by the aald
nun section.
See. 7. And be it further enacted. That noprooertr
seized or taken upon any of tbe Id nnd waters of
ins umieu oiaics uy idc nnrai lorcri tcereoi, snail
be regarded as maritime prlreij but ell property
ao eeifed or taken thai! he promptly delivered to
tne proper omcers oi me courts, or as prov idea in
this act and In the said Aet Approt ed March twelv e,
eirhteen hundred and slxtr-three.
rice. 8. And be it fuitltr enictrd. That It aSatl he
lawful for the Secretary of the Treasury, with the
approval ol the President, to authorize Agents to
turcaejeior the United states any products of
States declared In Insurrection, at such places
therein as shall be designated by him, At men
prices as shall be Agreed on with the seller, not
exceeding the market value thereof atthe place
ol dellvcrr. nor exeecdlnc three-fourths of the
market value thereof In the city of New York At
the latest ouotations known to the ajent purchas
ing t Frovtded, That no part of the purchase-money
lor any products so purchased shall be paid, or
agreed to le paid, out of any other fund than
that ariilor from nrovertr eold aa cebtured or
abandoned, or purchased and sold under tbe pro
visions of this act All property so purchased
shall be forwarded for sale At such place or ple-ei
as shall be designated by tbe Secretary of the
'lieasury, and the moneys Arising therefrom, After
payment ot the purchase-money and the other ex
penses connected therewith, shall be paid Into tbe
Treasury of the United Mates ( and the accounts of
All moneys eo received end paid shall be rendered
to. and Audited by, the proper accounting officers
ofthe Treasury.
See. 9. And b4 it further enaited That so much ol
section five of the act of thirteenth of July, eigh
teen hundred and sixty-one, Aforesaid, as author
izes the Tresldent, in his discretion, to llcrnse or
rermlt commercial relations In any State nr sec
Ion the Inhabitants of which Aie declered In a
state of Insurrection, la hereby repealed, except
ao far as may be necessary to authorize supplying
tbe necessities of loyal persona residing In insur
rectionary states, wlttila the lines of aotual occu
pation by the military foroes of tbe United States,
aa to ieated by published order of the command
ing General of tt.e department or district so occu
fled) and Also, exeept ao tar as may be necessary
o authorize persons residing within such lines to
bring or send an market in the loyal states any
uroduete which tbev ahall have irnduc.i with
their own labor or the labor of freedmen. or otheri
rmployed and paid by them, pursuant to rules re
lating mereio, wmen may re established under
proper auinomy. ahu do goous, wares, or mer
ehAndlM shall be taken Into a State declared in in.
eurrcctlon, or transported therein, except to and
from such places and to such monthly Amounts as
shall have been previously agreed upon in writing
bvtheeommAndior Ueoer.! of tbe department in
which such places are situated and an officer de
signated by the secretary of the Treasury for that
purpose.
See. 10. And be it further racted, That all offl
rets and privates of tho regular aod volunteer
luroea of the United States, aad allofllcers, sail
ors, and marines la the navaJ service, are hereby
prohibited from buying or selling, trading, or In
any way dealing In the kind or description ol
property mentioned Iq this aet, and the Act to
which this Is in Addition, whereby to receive or
expect Any profit, beneiu, or advantage to him
self, or any other person, directly or indirectly
vonoeeted with htm i end it ehAll be the duty of
euea otnoer, private, sailor, or marine, when such
property shall cotue Into his possession or cus
tody, or within his control, to give nutloe thereof
to some agent, Appointed by virtue of this Aet,
And to turn the seme over to such Agent without
delay i Any officer of the United states, civil, mil
itary, or naval, or any sutler, soldier, marine, or
other person, who shall violate any provision of
this Ad, or who shal take, or CAuse to be takco,
Into a State declared to be In insurrection, or to
any other point to be thcjiee taken into such
mate, or who shall transport or sell, or otherwise
llspoie of therein, any goodi, wares, or mer
chandise whatsoever, except in pursuance of li
cense and authority of the President, as provided
iisald tilth section of the aet of July thirteen,
elihteen hundred and slxtv-one. Aforesaid. il
Any officer or other person aforesaid who shall
make Any false statement or representetlon uiku
which license end authority snail be granted for
a nth trADl Port Atlon. sale, nr other dlinnaltlnn.
and aoy officer or other person aforesaid who
hall, under aoy liceaie or authority obtained,
willfully and knowingly tram port, sell, or other
wise dispose of, any other goods, wares, or mer
chandise) than auch aa art in good faith ao licensed
and authorized, or snau win mi iy ana Knowingly
transport, fell, or dispose ot the same, or any
portion thereof, Id violation ol the terms of such
license or Authority, or of Any rule or regulation
urcsortbed hv the Seeretary of the Treasury euii.
ccrnlng the same, or ehAll t guilty of Any at of
.i&b.iil.iu.nt.urwIIUulinls.ppruitrl.tloooIlHib.
II. or prlv.t. mon.f or proprtyt or ka.ploir Isls.
...oua it or willfully mskiug .07 Isiso teturos,
o
or of Any other Ait Amounting ton felony, etui'
be liable to Indictment aa for a mledemeArior. m1 i
nne noi exeewimn uh'mhpummu .,,...-.. ,
punishment In the penlwnttAry not exceeding
three yeArs, before Any eourt,tvll or military,
oompetentto try the same. And It shall be the
duty of the SeeretAry or the Treaaurt, from time
to time, to Institute euah Investlgetlone aa boat
be necessary to detect And prevent fraude And
Abuaee In the trede And other trAnaacttons eon
tmnlated bv this Ait. or bv tha acta to which thla
Is aupplementary And tbe agents making auch In
Teetliatlona ehAll hAve power to eompel tbe At
tend nee of wltacesee, and to mAke exAmlnatlona
on oath,
see. 11. AnAbe it fwther envied, ThAtthe fleere
tAry ofthe Treasury, with the ApprovAl of the
rrcsldeot, shall make such rates end rrculatlone
aa art neeessary to secure the proper and econom
ical execution of the provision of this Act, And
shall defray allexpeoaea of auch execution from
theproceeds of feee Imposed by ield rulee end reg
ulatlons of sales of captured and abandoned pro
perty, uu vi saiei nrrrinwcivi u'uimu.
Approved July a, 1 84.
B""a" '"" ,",,"t0'r?rTowND.
oeti Asililant Adiutant General.
A F P I 0 I A L.
ABRAHAM LUVCOLN. TRESIDtNT OF THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. '
To all whom it f-wy concern:
Satisfactory evidence bAvlng been exhibited to
me that Joitrn Nicolas Aldeaich Bin it qui has
been Appointed Consul of the Swiss Confeduatlon,
At Cincinnati, for tbe States of Ohio. Indian, And
Kentucky, I do hereby recognize him ai such, And
declare him free to exercise And enjoy euch func
tions, powers, And privileges, as Are allowed to
Consuls by tbe law of nations, or by tie iaws oi
the United States, and existing treaty stipulations
between the Government ol SwltrtrUnd And the
United StAtes.
In testimony whereof, I hve CAuied these Let
ters to be made Patent, And the Seal of the United
States to be hereunto AlHxed.
Given under my hand At the city of Washing
ton, the seventh day of October, anno
(u e.J Domini, one thousand eight hundred and
ilxty-rour, AaaoiineioaepeDuenoaoi me
United StAtes or AmencA, me etgniy
ninth. ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
By the Tresldenti
William H. Scwaho,
Secretery of state.
n F F 10 I Ab .
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, PRESIDENT Ot THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
To aU u-hom it may concern:
Satisfactory evidence having been exhibited to
me that J. TiiEoniiLci Plate has been appointed
Consul for tbe Free end Hanieatle City of Hem
burr, At Philadelphia, I do hereby recognize
htiAASBuch, and declare him free to exercise eud
enjoy euch functions, powers end privileges, as
Are Allowed to Consuls by the Uwof nations, or
by the laws of the United States and existing
Treaty stipulations between the Government of
Hamburg and the United StAtes.
In testimony whereof, I have caused these let
ters to be made patent, and the seal of the United
States to be hereunto affixed.
Given under my hand at the city of Washington,
the seventh day of October, anno Domini
Il.i1 one thousand eleht hundred end sixty-
four, and ofthe Independence of the United
StAtes or America, tbe elghty.nlnth.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
By the Treildent t
V ILLIAH n. SEWAHP,
Secretary of State.
h HOl'U S A L 8 " FOK TvJIt AH'IINU
L TAPER AND TWINE.
Toit OrnrE Depaatmeht, (
October 23. 1W4.
Sealed PronoiAli will be received At this Depart
ment until the tfth day of December next, at U
o'clock, noon, for furnishing
WRAfPING PAPER AND TWINE
for the me of the Post omete in tbe united states,
for one year from and alter the list day ol Decem
ber next.
The said articles Are to be delivered, free or ex
pense, At tbe Blank Agencies of the Post Office De
partment at HrRSIUDglQD. V. V... IVCW I OIK CUV,
nd liuff.lo. N. V.
Tne estimated ouaniity ot eaca antcie. ana tne
quality thereor required at each Agency, y
are specified below.
DIITHICT lO. I. AT WAiniRDTMt. n. C.
3,200 reams of Wrapping Paper, 90 by so Inches In
size, of material and quality fully equal to
that now In use In the Department, and to
weigh 33 pounds to the ream, and each ream
to contain 20 perfect quires.
10 reams of the same kind of paper, 26 by 40
Inches In size, and to weigh 66 pounds to the
ream.
6,000 pounds of Jute, or other suitable Twine, hard
twisted, end In balls, to weigh one pound
eaeh. or about that
2,000 pounds of eoarse Hemp Twlae. about one
eigntn oi an men in memeier, wen iwisieti,
in balls, to weigh from IX to 2 pounds each
DIlTHtrT MO. 2. HEW YOHK flTV.
12,000 reams of Wrapping Paper, similar to that
arscnoeu iaiairiumicivi u unci no. i.
200 reams of Wrapping Paper, similar to that
described for District No. I.
16.000 pounds of Jute, or other Twine, similar to
that tint described for District N . 1.
10,000 piunds of coarse Hemp Twine, similar to
that of the second description lor District
No. t.
DISTBICT HO. S, BCFTAL0. . V.
10,000 reams of Wrapping Paper, similar to that
first named for District No. I.
30 reams of Wrapping Paper, similar to that
IasI earned for said District.
10,000 pounds of Jute, or ether Twine, similar to
that of the' first description for District
Ho. I.
7,000 pounds of coarse Hemp Twine, similar to
that of the second description, for said Dis
trict. Proposals will be received for each Article sepa
rately, and separately for eech District, or for the
whole.
The contract or contraetswiii oe aw awed to tne
lowest and best bidder, to be determined After a
sareiui examination lor tne purpose oi ascertain
ing which bid will. In tts practical results, be most
advantageous to the Department.
if the dlstrtste should be reconstructed, or In
creased in number, or any of them discontinued,
the articles shall be delivered at such piece or
places as the Postmaster General shall designate,
at ororitta orlees.
And the Postmaster General reserves to himself
the privilege of Increasing or reducing the quan
tity oi ma articles rcquireu, ii it snait om iouna
niceiinrv iu uo aa.
Samples of such articles as are now furnished
can do seen at enuer oi tne aoove namea Agencies.
Bidders will send samples of such Articles ai
they propose to f urnlih with their bids.
Each bidder must furnish, with h la ptopoiaIs,
guaranties of his ability to comply with his bldt
ana a certincate irora nil nearest postmaster mat
such guarantors are credible And reliable citizens
must also aeeomtianv his proposals.
Two sufficient sureties will be required to a eon
tract. Failures to turnun tne articles contracted tor
promptly, or the furnishing of Articles of an Infe
rior quality to those contracted for, will be con
sidered a sufficient cause for the forfeiture of the
contract.
Bids not mAde in accordance with these pronoiais
will not be considered.
ProHosa Is must be marked on the outside ol tbe
envelope with the name of tbe article or articles
proposed for, and the letter containing them ad
dressed to the First Assistant Postmaster General,
v aaaiogion, u. ,, w, uLnmsurt,
ocJt-mtit Po it ma iter Gsnerel.
T
O TUB PUBLIC DETECTION OK
COUNTERFEITERS.
Treasoav DcrAaTStciTT, I
SoLKiTOE'sOriKE, Octobers, 1W4. f
Congress, by an act passed at Its last session,
placed a considerable sum of money at the disposal
of the Secretary 0 the TreAiury, to be employed
In the prosecution of meesures lor the detection
and punishment of persons engaged in counterfeit
ing Treaiury notes, fractional currency, end other
iccuriuc ui 1111 uniieu aiat.es. 401a mnu is un
voted to the payment of rewsrdi to detectives end
others, through whose Instrumentality offenders
ra uroufni io justice) ana 11s AuministrAtion Ana
tbe conduct of the measure referred to ere pieced,
by order of the Secretary, under the Immedlete
suiisivhui me uuuciiiucu. iu wiioiu ii cum
munlcationi relating thereto or to the oOeooes Indl
eated should be addressed. Liberal rewards have
already been paid to several parties who have
aided In the apprehenalonof counterfeiters.
It Is hoped that the stimulus thus offered, added
to the Interest which all good citizens must feel
in the suppression of crimes tending to Impair the
C fruit ui ill, untiuuii counties. HDIJ IQUI cm Ban
ran all business operations, will initiin th ,
nest co-eperatlon of ell capable of afford In r anv
aid In the efforts being made by the Department
for the AttAlnment 01 that desirable end. It Is
eaneeiallv urred that all persons havlnr & bnnwL
edge of facts important 10 be known by the Ue-
partmeni concerning ,utu outucci, win communi
eata them lullv and oromottv to the undenlnl.
PubllihersofnewspApere throughout tbe country
will render essential service to tbe Government
and the public by giving conspicuous publication
loinisoaru. AunAnu KivnuAHi
nol-td3niw so 11 ci tor 01 tne ireasury.
rPHK FIUBT NATIONAL HANK OK
L WASHINGTON has removed to Its New
Marble Building on Fifteenth street, between F
and O, opposite the United States Treasury
(ell! eashaoite, loans money, receives deposits,
furchases Government cheeks and vouchers, and
ranaacta a nl hnktnr business.
Careful attention given to Government and city
wuitoenvup, ana aeeounis 01 eorraipoauems.
H. D. COOKE, President.
WM. . HUNTINGTON, CAshler. AMin-tf
A1TORNEV ANnCUUNSl'LLfJB AT LAW.
SuoMMUiuaHlaUis NorOiusl Mn.t nl
, .uti .ll(Muia.)rMl,,0PP0.1I.IL. tisl
.olr.DM of lli. Tr..sury Balldlar.
WssblajVju 111,, I), ft.
tiuo.' .spxlsur la ilslsu upoi to. Uaiu.
tiUt. ITU-1J
PROPOSALS.
pnoroBAi-a roH roitAog.
CMttr qtraatt Minin'i orrirt, I
WAsmifetoe Depot, lemer 8, ti, (
Sealed proposals are lrvtl'ftd by the undersli ned
orsupplVing the Unit! slates Uuarter mas let's
DepArtmeot, At Washl niton, D. &, Juitlmom, M.I.,
AlexAndiiA, and Fort Monroe, a., or either o.
Ibeee plases. with Hay, Corn, Oats, And Str aw.
Kds will be reeelvedfor tho delivery of Voo
bushels of eorn or oats and BO tone ol hay or straw.
nnvamii
Bidders must state at whleb. of thi AtTe-oamed
points they propose to make deliveries, and the
rates at which they will make dr liveries tbrreat,
the quantity of each ertlsle proposed to bo deliv
ered, the time when said deliveries shall be eora
aeneed, and when to he completed.
The prteej mutt be written ontin wot Js on the
Ud.
com to be pnt tip In good ttout sacks, ot about
two btuhelt each, oats In like sacks, of about
throe tmihele eaeh. The sAsks to be furnished
without extra charge to the Government. 1h:
hay and straw to be securely baled.
The particular kind or description of oats, corn,
hay, or straw, proposed to be delivered must be
stated In the proposals. ,...
an iha riat AfTared under the bids herein in-
Ttted, will be subject to a rigid Inspection by th
Government Inspector betoje being aocepted.
Contracts will M awarueu iron uiov iu nm i
the lowest responsible bidder, aa the Interest of
the Government may require, and payment will be
Hade wnen ine wooia amouu wiuiimh-u iur iuiii
bare been delivered and accepted.
The bidder will be required to Accompany his
proposal with a guaranty, aimed by two reaponii
Lummam. initio east his hid la accepted he or
they will, within ten days thereafter, execute the
contract for the same, with good aod sticieot
sureties In a sum equal to the amount of the eon
tract, to deliver the forage proposed la conformity
with the terms of this Advertisement t And In iais
lne BAId Dlaaer tnau iau to enter iuiu to vimtriwi,
they to make good tne difference between the offer
of said bidder end the next lowest reiponilble bid
der, or the persons to whom tbe contract may be
awarded.
The responsibility of the guarantors muit be
shown by the official certificate of a United states
DUtrist Attorney, Collector of Customs, or any
other officer tinder the United States Government
or responsible person known to th'i or.ee.
All bidden will be duly notified of the acceptance
or rejection of their proposals.
The full nam and P. O. address of each bidder
must be legibly written In the proposal.
Proposals must be addressed to Brigadier General
D. H. Rusker, Chief Depot QuartermaiUr, Was1
Ington, D. C, and should be plainly marked " Pro
posAlB for Forage." . ...
Bonds. In a sum eoual to the amount of the con
tract, signed by the contractor and both of bit
guar an tors, will be required of the successful bid
der or rudders upon signing toe u;uri.
Blank forms ol bids, guarantee, an bonoi, may
be obtained upon application at this office
runm ur riiuruMi
(Town, County, and Mate)
(Date)
and deliver to the United States, At the quarter
master's Department at , agreeably to
the terms of your advertisement, inviting prop-
sals for forage, dated Washington Depot, lo
ember 8, lS&i, tbe followlnj Articles, ?i
uusneis oi vora, m , j- vuuu
of 64 pounds.
-i i bushels of Oats, to sacks, at per bushel
of n pounds.
kmsol baled Hay, at per ton of 2,ooo
pounds.
tone of baled Straw, at per ton of 2,ooo
pounds.
De.tlTe.rv tn aommeoea on or before the
day of , l$e , and to be completed on or be
fore the - day of , IM , and pledge m sel f
to enter into a written contract wito toe unitcu
States, with good and Approved icsurltlcs, within
the space of ten days after being notified that my
bid has been accepted.
Tour obedient servant,
Brigadier General D. H. Rccxer,
Chief Depot quartermaster.
Washington, I. C
GUARANTY.
We. the undersigned, residents of, la
the County of , and state of -
harehr. tnlntlVAnd sever till 7. covenant wlUi the
United States, and guarantee In ease the foregoing
bid of be accepted, that he or they will
within ten dare after the acceptance of the said
bid. execute the eontraet for the came with good
and sufficient sureties, in1 a sum equal to the
amount of the eontraet, to furnish the forage pro
posed in conformity to the terms of advertisement
dated December 8, 1863, under whleh the bid was
made, and, In case the said ehAll fall to
enter into a contract as aforesaid, we guar ad tee to
make good the difference between the offer by the
BAld and the next lowest respotisible bidder,
or the person to whom tho contract may be
awarded.
Witness, GIvennnderourbAnda And seal
(tils dAyoi ,i .
Seal.
seal.l
I hereby certify that, to the best ol my knowl
edge and belief, the above-named guarantors are
good and sufficient aa sureties for tbe amount for
which thev offer to be securltv.
To be certified by tho United States District At
torney. Collector of Customs, or any other otnoer
uader the United States Government, or responsi
ble person known to this office.
D. H. RUCKER,
desvtf Brig. Gen. and Quartermaster.
No. 703.
TUE rilESIUENT
UNITED STATES.
B1
OF THE
FOR THE SALE OF VALUABLE LAND1 IN
THE LATE WINNEBAGO INDIAN HK3EA
VA1ION IN MINNESOTA.
Inniirauanaanriaw. I. ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
Preaident of the United States of America, do here
by declare and make known that public iaIcs will
I held In the undermentioned Land OlMce. In the
State of Minnesota, At the periods hereinafter des
ignated, to wlti
At ine L.na umce ai ai. reier, commencing on
MONDAY, the fifth dav ot December next, for the
disposal of the public lands comprised In the late
reserve lor ine winneosgo inuians, aoova men
tioned, and situated in the following parts of town
ships, which will be eold at the appraised value jf
the lands and the Improvements thereon, vln
form Quutnueun ana wen oj intjyvi yrinupai
meridian.
In township 1M, range 21 15.1S1 9 acres.
mtownsnin 1 in, range si 0 euau
In township toe, range 25 I5.ui.3i
In township 107, raogo 35 17,619.71
In township 108, range 25 stibi
A schedule particularly describing the Individual
tracts, with tne appraised value per acre, will be
open for Inspection at the District Land OiSoes In
Minnesota.
TheofJerlng'ef the above lmda will ba com
menced on the day appointed, and will pro 1 red, In
the order designated In tho above mentioned
schedule, and consecutively bv townships, as
herein advertised, until the whole shall have been
ottered, end the sale thus closed j but the sale iI.aII
no 1 ue Kept open longer loan two weens, nan uo
private entry of any of the lands will be admitted
until after the expiration of the two weeks.
Given under my hand at the city of Washington
this 23d day of August, anno Domini one thousand
eight hundred And slxtWour.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
Bv the President!
Jni. S. WitJON.
Acting Comniliiloncrof the General Land Oltlcf.
NOTICE TO ACTUAL BONA-FINDE SETTLERS
-PRE-EMFTORS.
In the third section of the Act of Congresi, Ap
proved 2lst February, ISM, stAtutci, volume W,
? age KM, opening to sale the Winnebago heservA
len, it li stipulated that before any person shall
do cnuueu 10 cnier any poriiua ui um emu io ia,
by pre-emption or otherwise, previous to their ex
posure to sale to the highest bidder at public out
sry, be shall become an actual bone-tide settler
tncrcon, bdu inu cuniorm iuhii mo rcguiaiiuna
now provided bylaw In eases of pre-emption, and
shall pay, within tbe term of one year from the
date of the settlement, the full appralied value of
tbe lands and the Improvements thereon.
Now, In order that all such bona-rlde, actual set
tlements mey be secured to the several pre-empt-ori,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
that they must come forward And tile their aOMv
Tlta. deilrnAtlnr the Particular tracts on which
they maybe actually settled, giving the date of
iien actual sett lament, and. before the expiration
of one year from suahdate, the several pre-emp-
lion Claims must oe esiaoiuneu ueiore iuc ivrais
ter and Receiver, according to the requirements of
the pre-emption laws, And full payment mAde
thereon, eceordlog to the full Affixed, Appraised
velue of the lends and the Improvements thereon
1st. In all such eases where tbe year may not
claps before the commencement of the public
sale, such bona tide actual settlements may and
are hereby ordered to be excluded iroin the pubiu
3 ale.
jHi. 114 sU IIVU1IIUII irt. ill wu.wsi ..sb Jim
may expire before the commencement of the pub
lic saie, tne paruee mun raiBimm uu jny ua iui
their claims, otherwise all tracts In this class will
be ottered to the highest bidder, under the fdre
going proclamation, yet with the stipulation that
At such public sale the price must not be for a less
sum than for the Appraised value.
JOS. S. WILSON,
au29wlit Acting Com ml 1 loner.
EEDOM NATIONA.LI
TUB
EMANCIPATION WIOCLJLMATIOH
VINDICATED I
THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION OP
THE PRESIDENT OP THE UNITED STATES,
ISSUED JANUARY l,IMI
AMD
LETTER OP THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. TO
THE UNION CONVETION HOLDEN AT
SPRINOFIELD, (ILL.,) SEPT. t, ISO.
Offlotelly RoTlsed end Correetod.
rrom the Preu of the Natioxal IlirceuciX.
Por ssle by
HUDSON TAYLOn,
nole-tr ri PennsylTsnle eveoae.
IIilsAHOU1 UOTIli,
SKKKS, LUADWItk. ev CO.,
LervwrPseriylMiiU jmmi. shS riwIs'tfA drill,
fTukiilioa V, At-l
CLOTHING.
U
NIONI UNIOMH UNIONMI
GH.Nn CONCENTRATION.
THREE ITOJRKM COMBINED.
MESSRS. SMITH S. VO.t
Corner of Twcnttenliitreet end Pennt. are.,
j, nrtucK" h co.t
No, ll Seventh itrect,
Iakh
J. H. SM1TH,
No. 460 Seventh street,
HAveconioUilAled their business Atthe
PF.OrLR'S CLOTHING (STORE,
No, 460 SEVENTH STREET,
(Opposite the Tost Office,)
Where you will nnd a ptendld Attornment of Cus
tom Made Goods.
Also, an Immense stock of Rcady-Made Clothing
And Centlcnen's Furnishing Goods of every de
scription. A MO,
AN KN D LESS VARIETY OF BOYS CLOTHING,
ALL THE LATEST STYLES I
AT PRICES THAT DEFT COMPETITION !
"RUING Ur THE BOYS I"
CUSTOM GOODS MADE TO-ORDER.
Call And see our
IMMENSE STOCK OF SAMTLES,
Whether you buy or not. No charge for exaralna-
CuME FRLY,
TO AVOID T1IK RUSH, IP
YOU CAN !
HUT COME t
UO f.OT FOIIGET THE PLACE !
1. II. SMITH'S,
No. 4S0 Seventh street,
Oppoelte Tost Offlee.
L'
OOKI I-OOICI LOOK! LOOK 1
CUSTOM-MADE GOODS
AT
DALTiMoni: rnicEs.
tiltvt ;enlni; .t o.k IUU k
BON TON
MERCHANT TAILORING ESTADLISMFNT,
under the luperlatentlenc. of
MR. C TALMER,
well-knoTii tp the cltUcne ol W.shlnxton, where
feu H'lM tin.! the largest .nj test Assorted stock
or
rlKCE COODS
tlist h r rr If en ollered la this city.
smith nno's to,,
O.k lun,
No. 461 Serrata street.
Opposite Tost Ofllce.
N. II. TIECE GOODSAtnliolrs.lelo the tr.de
t lowest m.rket prices. se!3
TH:
"GIDEON I'niNTINU
or r ice,"
rSTAELISIIXD IN IBM.
UlllIOH A fEAKBON,
-TEAM-POWER,
BOOK AND JOB I'KIHTBRS,
311 Ninth ttteot, near Pennsylvania Avenue,
WASHINGTON CITY,
Having greatly incrcsiei the fieiiitlei of the
above Old Eitabllihed Printing
House by an almost
ENTIRE RENEWAL OF MATERIAL
and th addition ot several of the most Improved
rOWKK-rKKBBKS,
Are prepared to execute every variety ol
LKTIER-rUESS PRINTING,
TINE VISITING CARD
LAHQE rUSTER
1-I.AIN OR COI.OKKU INK.
I'KOItlTHJUB ANU UlSrATOU
MAY BE
KSLIKU UN. BOlt-lf
N
EV YORK
AND
WASHINGTON
STEAMSHIP LINE.
k:h-wj:ekly BiTwrtH new vunx. wash.
1NUTUN A1IO OEUROKTOWNi D. V.
8TEAMSHIF3
BALT1MURE, EM PIKE,
8ALVOK, AND JAB. 8. QUEEN.
Rntul.r Sslllni D.ys WEDNESDAYS sod SAT
ORDAYS, l 10 ra., from loot of Hlnh slrtet,
flsortetowo, uj rier l, foot of Will street. New
York,
i'or frelcht or pssssire spply to
MURQAN & RBIrlEUART, AieoU,
foot of ulga street, UeorjretoWD. 01
JAUM tlAnU, Ajr.Dl,
17 WsJl street, Mew Y.
delt-en
1171
York
EXPKESSES.
AUAMtJ EXl'IIEBH COMPANY,
OPPICE Mi PENN. AVENOI,
' VTatliingtm OUy, D. O.
HKEAT EASTERN. NORTHERN, AKD WEST-
EUN KXVRES8 POUWAKDEKS.
Keret.ei.4lM, Voa.r, Jew.trp, Valsi.kl.s,
Note., ejtiMSL., BAHde, Sk.
Ponurdid with IAPETY AND DISPATCH to All
...esslble sections of th. country. This Compssy
bs. Ax.oetes In the prtnclpel rellwsT towns In lbs
NORTH, EAST, WEST, AND NORTHWEST.
Its prtn.lpel offlses ere
WAJIHtNOTOlf.B. C, JV. YORK, BOBTOtf,
rHII.AMXU'UU.IULTIUOIllt, Oltt-
riUx. ucxmaToa.
Connections at. mede At New York snd Boatn.
with lloee lorwerdlns; to th. CenAdsj end th.
British Provinces, And with stsAmshlp lines to LIT'
srpool, Southsjnpten. And HATre, end thense by
Europcsn expressos lo ell promlnsnt eommerrtAl
towos lo Crest Drltsln end on the Continent.
Collection of Nolas, Drefts, .ad Bills inede el All
Ascseslble perls of the United tuui.
u. L uunnAiBli
II WllhlniVin, f. a.
B
BASS BTKNCIL ALPHABKTa
M.
MRTCALF tt BON.
IUI I In inn strMt. Hoston. Mail..
The oniy in a liu lecturers Iu the United StAUs of
Hi ass Ali-Liuts And Figures, ti Any greet eateLt,
or la Any veiUty.
S.iltlil wt.oieiAle At tt.e L-.wi.l I asu I'flces,
iiu,ti.e tuit of indelible suucii liU,vtry cheep.
bUncll Dies, snd All kinds of Htenetl Stock, lequl
rics or orders promptly attended to Jyaa
KAIIxROADS,
G"
HEAT PINHBYLVANIA nOUTK
TO TBI
Northwest and southwest.
On and after NOVEMBER Uth trains will leave
Baltimore from the North Calvert nation ae
follows I
KAstMailAt .A.m.
Harrlsburg Aseommodatloa....t.oo p, m.
Lightning Express I JO p.m.
The .to a. m. train from Washington connects
with the ,. a, m. train from Baltimore for rttte
burg and the West, and for EIrolra. Buffalo,
noeneater, miORira, uanamiaigua, aou niagara
Falls, and for New York City,
Thct.n. m. TR A tTTf ROM WASHINGTON
eonnecta with the t.top. m train from Baltimore,
r jumirktnu tne norvn, anu iitiauurg nnu u
West. '
SLEEPING CARS ON NIGHT TRAINS.
eOLDIIRs' TICK1T8 AT GOTH MB VT RiTR.
ONE THROUGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY.
LOW FARE ANd"qUICK TIME.
t5 For Tickets and an information adpIt at
the offlee of the Great Pennsylvania Route, corner
t rnnT'aDia btcdusi una main siresu unaer iiv
tlonal Hotel, and Depot House, No. 443 U street,
near New Jersey avenue, Washington.
J. N. DUBARRT,
Superintendent N.CR.R.
E. i. WILKINS,
Tassenger and Ticket Agent,
je4-ly Corner Sixth st, and Fa, avenue.
OLIILADKLFUIA
1 AND BALTIMO
WILMINGTON.
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF HOURS.
On aod after Sunday, June Itth, 184,
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA
FOR
Baltimore. At 4 JO a. m.. (Exnreic. Mondavs e
erpted.) 8.0A a. m., u m 3.10 and 10.10 p. m.
Chester, at 8 OS, it. IS a, m, 1 .10, xw, 4.90, 6, And
"JP:.?'
wunungroD.At i.id, i,iuonaaysexcepieo,) b.ds,
IMS a. m., 1 ao, 3 10, 4 ao, t, 10 jo, and it p. m.
New Caatle, at 6 0 a. m. and 4 10 p. m.
Dover, at 6 M a. m. and 4.30 p. m.
Mliford, at S 05 a.m.
Salisbury, at 8.0s a. m.
TRAINS FOR PHILDELPHIA LEAVE
Baltimore At 8.45 and t.i a. m., (Express,) 1,10,
6.25, And 10.36 p.m.
Wilmington At 1.4S, .5, And I a. m 13.34, 1, 1.45,
4, 4 Jl, 7.30, And f.10 p. m.
Salisbury At 1 p.m.
Mliford At sift p. m.
Dover at f ,10 a. m. and 4 65 n. m.
New Castle at 8.30 a. ra. and AA p. m.
Chester at 145 and t.40 a. m., 1, 3.39, 4.40, 5, 8.11,
and 1.40 p. m.
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and Intermediate
stations at 1035 p. m
Leave Baltimore for Dover and Intermediate sta
tions at 1.10 p.m.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORF
Lcavb Cheater At M0 a. m . And 3 and I l.os p. m.
Leave Wllmlnrton at 5.30 and t 25 a. m.. and a u
and ll.40p.m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with pasieoger car attached,
will leave Wilmington for Perryrllle and interme
diate places at 1.45 p. m.
SUNDAYS From Phlladslphia to Baltimore
only at 4.30 a. m. and 10.30 p. m.
from ruiianeipaia to Wilmington at JO a, m.,
and 10 JO and II p.m.
rrom vv iimmgum 10 loiiaucipnia at l.i a. m.
and 7 30 p. m.
Onlr at 10 25 d. m. from Baltimore to Philadel
phia.
jcvfu n. t. i&KnrtKV, assi sup't.
i AtTIMOnEAND OHIO
RAILROAD.
On and after SUNDAY, June Uth, 1M4, dally
rraloj will b run between Waehlngton and New
York, and Washington and the West, as follows!
FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YOBX and BOSTON.
Leave Waehlngton ati.30 a, m., 11.15a. m.,830
p. m., dally exeept Sunday. On Sunday at 8.10 p.
1 nALTIMORE AND rHILADELFnlA.
day. Passengers will note thai this train runs ae
rar as rmiaueipnia oniy.
FOR NEW YORK.
Leave Washington dally at SO p. m. THit train
Ufar lev l orkpattenoert exclusivity,
TOR BALTIfilORA-
Leave Washington at e.ao, a. m.. 7 JO a. m.. 11,15
a.m., 3 p.m., 4.45p.m., 70 p.m., and 6.30p.m.
except Sundays.
On Sundays at 7,30 a. m S p. m. and 8.30 p. m.
FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST.
Leave Wuhlngton at tJ0a.rn.and3, 4.45, and
8.30 p, m dally, except sundey.
On SundAy, At 3 and 8 30 p. m.
Tickets sold to all points West, and bcooaot
chetktd through.
TOR ANNAPOLIS.
Leeve Washington at f.30, a. m., and 4.45 p. m ,
daily, except Sunday.
No train for Annapolis on Sunday,
Trains leaving Washington at 7.30 a, m. and 1.30
p.m. go though to New York wtihoui change of
carl.
sleeping cars on s.so and 8.30 p. ra, trains. Berths
saube secured until 5 p. m., dally, At the Tlcaet
Offlcej After that hour they must be secured el the
Sleeping Car Conductor.
The first and fifth trains stop at all way points.
The 3 p.m. train stops only at Bladen sburg,
Bcllsvllle, Laurel, Annapolis Juoctlou, and Relay
House, daily, except Sunday. On Sunday It stops
At All way points, .
PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Passengers will please observe that the 3 p. m.
runs only aifarai Philadelphia dully .txctpt Sunday.
On Sunday if runs to Baltimore ontv. Also, that the
1.30 p. m. train taken Hew York pattenoert only.
For further Information, tickets ol every kind,
etc., apply to George S. Koontx, Agent at Wash
ington, or at the tliket office.
w. r. OM1TU,
Muter Transportation.
L.M.COLE,
JeSo-tf Geaeral Tliket Agent.
1864.
ARRA.NQKIIBNT8
1864.
OF
W K W TOKK I, I II .
THE CAMDXN AND AtjBOY AND rillLADEL
nil A AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMFA
NHS' LINES.
FKOM rHOJJJJtWKU TO NMW T0BX
AMD WAT riAOSS,
r.. WsU.1 Sir..! Wksif u4 K.m.
lMKt.1. Dpo,
wnj. uuti as tollowb, tie t Isre
.1 A. M., Tts C.m.lea uid Amboy CkA.
AeoommodAttoa ... yu
.t . n.0i.,Ti.imu.a.oa4crsyi'iry-r,.w
. ..i.ejr AtwnotoQiuaB ...
At I A. M., t1. UuBdea ud JerMT atyi
lit
Morolo. Exprus ....
At 8 A. M., Tie (Jsmden and Jeney Clryw
tdauiTltket
it 11 A.M.,TlsIlusUctoaAD4ierMyatyi
M
Kxoress .
At it M., Tls Cemden end Anboy C. .od
A. Assommodstloa ....
X.M
it t r. M., Tie Cejodea uld AraboyC And
A. Express ......
At I I. M.t Tl. U.ralnKton And Jers.y Clryt
WssbJiuton end N. Y. Expr.se
At ftf F.d.iTlsK.QBlostoQAndJsneyCSryi
EreDlnc M.U
At IUI'. M.,vl. KiiiiliijtoQUKlJsruyatyi
soutiiernMsIl
AI IMINIihl) Tie Keoslogton And Jersey
city, Soathern Express .
AI I r. M.,TU Cmdeaend Amboy AesoBv
.
.M
S.00
1.00
'.00
ssocAuon (rreixos ena ressenreTV
1st tins tlsket
Xd ,lA.Stl.kfit
its
i.e-
Tb. t.l. r. M. Erenlnx M.ll end the 1 u INI. 1,11
soutbern Express will ran delly, (All outers, Ban.
iters exeepted.) .
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LINES.
Loato Wslaut street whkrfAt,And,fcm.ttSsa.l
snd S p. m.
Le.ve Kensloxton Depot At 11.16 km., S.M, t.
ud e.i5 p. m., end 130 m. (nlxht.)
The e.u n. m. Line runs dsllyt All otbers, Sun
dsys exscpied.
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA LINES.
Le.ve foot of Osroley street .1 . .. m. end 3 p. m.
From foot of Cortlsod street At 7, 8 end 10 a. m.,
13 m., 4 Mid p. m., end 13 nlxht.
The p. m. line runs d.llyt ell others Sunders
exeept
ited. W. H. OATZMKR, Ascot
rhll'AendN. Y.l.ln...
Pbiladeuhia, Dec. 3s, lgei. dell
rriEHMS OF TOE BUrnKMK COURT
JL OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIANotle
ivLereby given that, by a rule of th Court, It
terms hare been fixed as follows i
Qeneral Term.
Third Mondey of January.
First Monday of May,
Third Monday of October.
7'mni ofthM Circuit (Vmat.
In which elot.0 a Jury Is lmpaoneled tor th trial
of civil cases.)
First Tuesday of February.
Third Monday of May.
First Tuesday of November.
7 emu ofthe Criminal Court.
First Monday of March.
Third Monday of June.
First Mondey of December,
term of th Mttrici Covrf.
First Mondey of June,
First Mondey of Dooember.
Special Termi.
First Tuesdey of January.
first Tuesday of Kebtuary,
First Tuesday of Meuk.
Irst Tuesday of April.
Third Monday ol May.
first Tuesday of June
First Tuesday of July.
First Tuesday of September,
First Tuesday ol October.
First Tuesday of November,
I1IB lllMUajf UI eWWMsjeJI,
lyorde of tbe Court. R.1. Mllll.
jTte
TJKYNOLUB' UOUHB,
oob, oy iiaBTivirru bt. ash mi. atuui.
WASHINU1VN, V. C.
jjtiu fundthed st ill hours, and at the shorlut
Ollec , W, HEYNOLJUS,
eift-i itopriiwr
MEDICAL.
S
FBOIAIj HOIIOJ.
Dr. M. VELLNY'S Frlrete HoeptUl.m the Fed
eral Block, Corner ot flevedth aod F streets, oppo
site the Post and Talent Offices. Rooms 31 and ti,
tip stair I, Washington, D. C
All disease ol private nature treated In the
heel scientific manner, aod radical sure effected
in all easea. smtlltTU ArriCTIfW, or).
ORMHOU, W.KET, STMirrVRKK, SKMIHAL
rTKAKNES. or the remit ol VtHVPTVOVS
DRKAMS, or any weakness of the tlKKKRATIVk
irnnA$S,ttom anycauee whatever, or how loot
tending, thoroughly and radically cured t also
GOtr, RHKVMATJSM, NEVnALOtA, and other
CHR0KW DISEASES at ihoSKRVES, MUSCLK3,
BONES, and JOlSTSt SCB0FVLA, BLOTCltKb
OBTfiB FACE, EftVPTlONSon the Limbs end body
and all other ERUrTJVEDKEASESand DISEASE
or Tne BLOOD, from whatever cause they may
bare arisen.
AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE
No matter what your dlsCAse, let no false dell
caecy prevent you from applying immediately to
Dr. Vcllny, who is aeknowlegod to be by far the
most SUCCESSFUL THYSICIAN Lnth treatment
of privete diseases. Fear not to some aod make
known your misfortunes, and be will speedly send
ron on your way rejoicing.
SELF-ABCIE.
That dreadful scourge of the young, indulged In
when alone, destroys the generative organs, unfits
them tor married life, producing weakness ot the
back and llmbe, lose ol animation and muscular
power, palpitation dfthe heart, nervous irrltabtll
ly, loss ol memory, melancholy habits, insanity,
son sumption, and death.
YOUNG MAN I In view of the dreadful conse
quence! of delay, do not fall to make your ease
known Immediately to Dr. Vellny. Your secrete
with him are sacred, and you may confidently rely
upon his medical skill.
Thousands whose systems were shattered and
who were on the brink of the grave, have been
brought back to vigorous health by his skillful
treatment.
MARRIAGE.
Married per sons, or those contemplating matrl
mony, who suppect themselves otlmpoteney semi-
sal weakness, or any disease arising from a re-
lased state .of the genital organs, whether the
suit of disease, injury, youthful Indiscretions, r
indulgence ofthe passlens In riper years, art eAr
neatly entreAted to pUoe themselves under the
sera of Dr, V, They may rely with certainty
upon a speedy eure, and being restored to full
health and vigor.
He treats with entire succeis all diseases ol
Females euch as LEUCORRHEA or WHITES,
LAPSUS UTERI, &c, Ac, and in every ease guar
antees a perfect CURE,
FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMUNICA
TIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFIDENTIAL,
pjtiuons calling see no one but the Doctor.
Those at a distance may be TiiEATrD bt hail,
by Beading a statement of CASE, StcAc:
Jy3-3tn
Dn.
WIBTAH'H BALSAM OF
WILD CHERRY.
ONE OF THE OLDEST AND MOST RELIABLE
REMEDIES IN THE WORLD
ron
COU0HJ, COLDS AHDALLLUNQ COMPLAINTS
Wlitere BAlsam of Wild Cherry docs not dry up
a Couch and leave the seeds of Consumption in the
system, but loosens It, and cleanses the Lungs of
11 im purines,
Certlfleates Almost without number esn he tiro-
dueed attesting to tbe remarkable cures performed
oy mis remeay.
None genuine unless signed "L. BUTTS,' on the
wrapper. For sale by
J. V. DINSMORK. 491 BraedwAy, New York.
8ETH W. FOWLS St, CU., No, IS Tremont street,
Boston, end by alliDruggls's. oc3.wiS3m
TMPOHTAT TO INVALIDS.
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
THE PER OVI A N IYRUP
Is a protected solution of the rrotoxlde of Iron.
A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE,
That STRIKES AT THE R00TOF DISEASE
v By supplying th blood with Its
VITAL rniNCIPLE OR LIFE ELEMENT-IRON.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Ylt Allies, purifies and enriches the Blood, there
by infusing STRENGTH, VIGOR, and NEW LIFE
lnio inv Tiiem.
CJ-For DYSPEPSIA, DEBILITY and FEMALE
va.AM.r.ass, 11 is a spccinc.
Pamphlets free. J. P. DINSMORE.
Depot, No. 411 Broadway. New York.
For sale by all the Druggists. ocil-wjtsam
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KDIUNU'B KU8HIA BALVE!
PflBTV VRlRRi UVPKRIENCC
Has fully estabUshed the superiority of Redding's
HUllll OellTel OTBT U gwtr n'UllR uitli.mimu.,
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALTE heals Old Sores,
Burns, fcaUs, Cuts, Wounds, Bruises, Sprelos,
Bolls, Ulcers, end Cancers. Ho family should be
without it. only aa cents per Boa by mll, 12
cents extra.
Fer sale by J. P. Dinsmori, 491 BroAdwAy, New
York; S. W.FowLEfc Co.,ia Tremoatstreet. Bos
toni and by all Druggists aod Country Storekeep
ers, ocai-w&ssm
N
K W I N V
UTION
or
ARTIPICAL CHE0PLAST1C
BONE TEETH,
T
DR. S. B. 8IGESM0ND h IIAYWARD,
340 Pennsylvania avenue, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, Washington.
Drs. 8. Al H.e&tlBthaatUntlonof th PUbllo to
the following advantages of their Improved system i
lit. ine teem oi maw mBuiiuiP ua miw
corrode nor change eolof by Any Adds, and are
threo-fourths lighter than any other.
id. Ho teeth or roots need b ntr4te4. as th
artlflatiAl nnas aaa b Inserted OVer thern
id. The roots will be made Inoffensive and nevw
to ache.
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, as perm.
nent ones sen o meue immeuieiciy, increoy pre
serving the natural expression ef tbe face, which,
under the old system, is frequently disfigured.
th. This work hAs been fully tested for ever
Ave years by many of the first chemists and physl
elane of this aod the old country.
Drs. a. k H. have also Invented a whit lnde
ctructlbl metal Oiling, with which the most sen
sitive teeth can be filled without pain, and can
build up a perfect sound tooth on any side reots,
which will last through a lifetime.
TEETH EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I
With Innoxious VaDor.tbv Drs. fiifrumnnil A. Htv.
ward, 360 Peansylvanla Avenue, Inventors and sols
manufacturers of An settle Innoxious vapor (not
Laughing Gas, nor Chloroform or Ether) but
strictly en Anaeetle agent, entirely free from ex
hilarating effects and perfectly harmless causing a
quiet sleep, with pleasant sensations and perfect
In.Aii.lklllfa Al
The beet of references given If required.
Call and examine for yourselves. myOJ
rpHIB IB TO GIVE NOTIOB, THAT
JL the subscriber has obtained from tbe Orphans'
Court of Washington county, In the District of
Columbia, letters of admin titration on the
per sob ai estate of Mry Vau Ness, let of
wasninnoa county, v. v., deceased. All persons
having claims against the said deceased are here
by warned to exhibit the same, with the vouebers
thereof, to the subscriber oa or befor tbetMb day
ui ifciuuer ne-xii iney may oinerwiie oy jaw ncea
cludad from all Leiient of th aalJ aitata.
()t veil under my hand this uth day of October,
loo. YV J LI l Am J. uiiAiunn,
0(35-1 avvi vy Admlalitrstor.
MEDICA1,.
DALTIM0RB LOOK HOSPITAL.
MTABUBBKD AS A lirOII I10kf QVACEMT.
THSAlILT FLACK WHEBKACVnt CAR BC03TAIRED.
tin. Johnston has discovered the most Cer
tain, frpeedv and oaly JCfleetual Remedy In the
world ior Yvcaxneie hi iu vmk ur mriiv. Dinp
tares, Affections ol th Kidneys sod BlAdder. In
voluntary Discharges, I m potency, General Debili
ty Nervousness, DyspepslA, La rigour, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas, ra) pit ail on of the Heart, Tim
idity, Tremblings, Dimness or Sight r Giddiness,
Diseases ol th Head, Throat, Noic.er Skin, AfTee
lions ofthe Longs, Stomach or Dowels those Ter
rlbl Disorders arising from the solitary Habits ol
Youth those secbet and solitary pre ot lees more
fatal to their victims than the soar of Syrens to
the Mariners of Ulyisec. blighting their mtist bril
liant hopes or anUelpAtlone, rendering nurrlAge,
Ac., Impossible.
YOUNG MEN
Especially, who have become the victims of Soli
tary Vie, that dreadful and deatmstlve habit,
which annually sweeps to an untimely grave thou
sands of Young Men of th most exalted talcnte
and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise have
entranced listening Senates with the thunders ot
eloquence, or waked to resteer th living lyre mAy
caII with full confidence,
MARRIAGE.
Married Persons, or Young Men contemplating
marriage, being Awareof physlsal weakness, or
ganic debility, deform I tie, ate., speedily cured.
lie wno piacea mmiru unur uiv esrfJ 01 ur. J
may religiously confide on his honor as a gentle
man, and confidently rely upon his skill as a phy
sician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS
Immediately Cured and Full Vigor Restored.
This Dreadful Disease whleh renders Lite mis
erable and Marriage Impossible Is the penalty
paid by th victims of Improper Indulgences.
Young persons are too apt to commit excesses
fnom not being awareof the dreadful eonsequsneee
that mav ensue. Now. who that undeeitands the
aubject will pretend to deny thAt the power of pro
creation Is loat sooner by those falling Into impro
per hablte then by the prudent! Besides being de
a men oy ine pruaenu uesiaes oemg ae
lc pleasures of healthy offiprlng, th most
nd destructive symptoms to loth body
, arise. The system become s deranged th
prives tner
serious end
And mind Artie.
Physical and Mental Functions Weakened lass
of ProercAtlv Power, Nervous Irritability, Dye
mdbIa. PalnltAtloD ofthe Heart. Indl re it Ion. Con-
;.v-..l- .- n.L..r. ...--.' . '
stltutlooAl Debility, a Washing of t
Coughs, Consumption, h.
iuj name-,
OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Len hand side, going frem Baltttbor street, a few
doors ftom th corner. Fall not to observe nam
ana numoer.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The
Doctor's Diplomas hang In his offlee.
DB. JOHNStON,
Member of tho Royal College of Surgeons, London,
fraduate from one of the most eminent Colleges In
he United States, and the greater part of whose
life has been spent In thehoipltals of London, Pa
rts, Philadelphia, and elsewhere, has effected some
of the most astonishing cures that were ever
known) many troubled with ringing In the bead
and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfutness, with fre
quent bluihtng, attended sometimes with a de
rangement of the mind, were cured Immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J. addresses all those who have Injured them
selvrs by Improper indulgence and solitary habits,
whleh ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for
either business, study, society or m art 1 age.
Tit lie ere eome of tbesed and melancholy effect s
produced by early habits of youth, vizi Weakness
of th Back aod Limbs, Pains la th He Ad, Dimness
of Sight, Loisof MuscAUr Power, PAtpltAtlon of
th Heart, DyspepslA, Nervous Irritability, De
rangement of the DUestlve Functions, General
vcDimy, Bympuiois oi ionium puou.
Mentally. The featful edicts on the mind are
much to be dreaded Loisof memory, Confusion of
Ideai, Dcprenlon of Spirits, Kvll Forebodings,
Aversion to Society, Self-Distrust, Love of .Soli
tude, Timidity, ais., are some of the evils produced.
Thousands ol persons of all agee can now Judge
what Is th cause of their declining health, loslng
thelr vigor, becoming weak, pale, nervous and
emaciated, having a singular Appearance, About
th eyes, sough And symptoms of consumption.
YOUNC MEN,
Who hAve lnlured themselves hv a certain MACtle
indulged In when Alone a habit frequently learned
irom evil companions, or a scnooi, ine encois oi
which Are nightly felt, even when Asleep, and If
not cured renders marriage Impossible, and de
stroys both mind and body should apply Immedi
ately. What a pity that a young man, the hop of hie
country, the pride of his parents, should be
snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life,
by the consequent of deviating from the path ol
nature and Indulging In a certain secret habll
Such persons must, before contemplating
MARRIAGE,
reflect thAt a sound mind and body are the most
necessary requisites to promote connubial happi
ness. Indeeu, without these, the Journey through
life becomes a weary pilgrimage) the prospect
hourly darkens to the vlewi the mind becomes
shadowed with despair, and tilled with the melan
choly reflection that the happiness of another be
come blighted with our own.
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When th misguided and Imprudent votary ot
pleasure flnds he has Imbibed th seeds of this
ralnful dlieAie, It too often happen that an 111
Imed sense of sham, or dread ol discovery, del ere
him from applying to thoe who, from education
and respectability, can alone befriend him. He
(alls Into the hands of Ignorant And designing pre
tenders, who, lncspAbl of curing, filch bis pecu
niary substance, keep him trifling month Alter
month, or as long as the smallest fcecanhooMaln
ed, end In despair leave him with ruined health to
sigh ever his galling disappoint men t or, by the
use of that deadly poison. Mercury, hasten the
constitutional symptome of this terrible disease,
such as Affection of the Head, Throat, Noie, Skin,
etc., progressing with frightful rapidity till death
Euts a period to his dreadful sufferings by sendlnit
lm to that undiscovered country from whose
bourn no traveler returns.
ENDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this Institution
within th last eighteen years, and the numerous
important Surg leal Operations performed by Dr.
Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of tbe " Sun"
and many other papers, notices of which have ap
peared again and sgaln before th public, besides
his standing as a gentleman of character and re
sponsibility. Is a sufficient guarantee to the af
filetod.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
Persons writing should be particular In d-rcct log
their letters to hie Institution, In the following
manner!
JOHN M. JOHNSTON, M. D..
Baltimore Lock Hoipltal,
JelS-ly Baltimore, Marylaud.
Q f"p 1 O I AlT.
NEWLY COMMISSIONED OFFICERS.
Circular, No. .
War DcrAHTMENT,)
Adjutant Genchal'i Of rite, J
Washington, August 3, 1MI. J
It Is announced for the Information and guidance
of all concerned, that an officer of a three years
volunteer organization, who receives a new com
mission at a dat subsequent to that of hlsorlglnal
entreno Into service, f held to service for three
ytsri from the date of hit latt muifur-tn, and not for
three years from the date of original musteMn.
No muiters-ln are authorized or recognized by
the War DpArtment,or ift unexpired term of An
ergAnliAtlon. Musters so made have uniformly
been revoked, so soon as brought to notice.
Where musters have Veen made by Com ml i
sarles of Musters, or their AnUtants,yr the uncc
pired portion of a frm, And thoracis doubt as to the
Irosiuon oi aaomeer, in caie mvuiveu soouiu u
orwarded through the proper Commlisary of
Musters to the Adiutant Oenerel ol th Army, for
th decision of tbe War Depertmen
Regulation! slmilAr to the foregoing Apply to
orgamzai ton muttered into service for a period ten
than three yearn the general rule being that a com
missioned omoer enaii, m ait eases, vm muaicrvu m
for the period for which his regiment or company
wae originally eo mustered.
If officers of veteran organizations do not desire
to secure the advantAges of their former " romntH
tiont and rank,1 as contemplated by Section 3, ol
Paragraph 1. Circular No. IS, current series, from
this office, they can decline to bo remuitered as
therein directed, and only serve out the unexpired
tmn of the muster under whU.nthy mau be acttngat
the time.
Je. eV. IUITlF4ii1s
Assistant Adiutant Geoeral.
nyFIUIAL.
War DEFAnTMi.NT, )
Adjutant General's Or ill,
WsBiiiNaTON. D. C. October ai, 1864. )
The following officers, having been reported at
the headquarters of the army for the ofteirtcs here
inafter specified, are hereby notified that they wilt
stand dismissed the service of tb United States,
unless, within fifteen dsys from this date, they
appear before th military commission la session.
In this city, of which Brigadier General John C,
Caldwell, United State volunteers, Is president,
and make satisfactory defence to the charges
against them:
Absence without leave.
Csptsln Martin H. McCbesney, 3d New Voik
Mounted Rifles. .. .,
First Lieutenant Wllllsm F. MeNamara, colli
Pennsylvania volunteers.
Second Lieutenant John C. Taggsrt, 69th Penn
sylvania volunteers.
VisobedUnc of order and absence without leave.
Captain Tneodore Con key, 3d Wlscoiisln ci
h'orging enlistment pa pert and induclnj mentodtttit.
First Lieutenant Joel M. straight, mth Wiscuu
n volunteers. E. D. TuWNSEND,
OC31 Assistant AdJutAnt General.
O
FFI
0 I A L .
War Depahtment. 1
Adjutant General's Office,
WAlHlHeTON, D. C, October 39, 1864.
Second Lltutensnt Anton Meyer, 13th United
StAtes InfAntry, having been reported At the head
quarters of the army for absence without leave. Is
hereby notified that be will be recommended lor
dtsmlisAl from the service or the United atates,
unless within fifteen days Irom this date he re
ports In psisnn to the cnmmand'nn ottlwr ol his
""""" f" "" A "" "feVu.'rcJWNSEND,
oc31 Aislitaut Adjutant OcneiAl.

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