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.,. . -. M j atiiral ItyttMimtL ' i VOL. I. WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1861. NO. 262. i NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From Um JjmIitIUa Joarnsl. This One jjosm u evidently written before the civil wtr begkn There lha standi I tn the midst of the ombattlod (tars, And confront! the rago of Mar, Olive-crowned, with olivo branohea in her hands, There among the stars she stands I There betweon the vans of battlo there the Htanrts I Central tpletfflnr of the clvlo oonstellatinn I Down be burls the broken falchion and 01 f inds her bloodless bands, 8 ing, "Peace, be still, 0 Nation! " Islko the Siivlor, tlinro sho stands! Peace Imploring thero she stands: O beware, yo who would trample Down her beautiful example ; Turico uowitre, Ye who would tear Tbe Inviolable olive from ber consecrated hands! Be shall die a shrlftlpss traitor Who shall ruthlossly pluolc down From her handsthe olive branch.or from hor brows the ollvo crown; By the same sword he shall perish which It draws to Immolate her. Every scorpion sball expire Ily the same fierce f.ings of fire Which be darts to desolate her! Ctrnnge shall not desocrato her, Treason shall not vlolato hor, Tempt her nor Intimidate her, Though sho Tails right where she stands! Orbed in order, crowned with olives thore In voking peTaoe sho stands I There, despite tho mid oonfnslon, Wreck nnd r"oar of revolution, Anirthy and dissolution, In themu9l and the glory of the good old Constitution. Sphered forever there she stands I Ik is there Kentucky stands 1 ComrannfcUl for lbs K.U.n.1 nyiubllca. Tle Joitltitlnl Power f the Presi dent (a Make ArreaU and to Suspend tbe Writ of llbei Corpus, Kismiuo. The cnOlet opinion which Is expressed throughout the country, by various editors and judges of unquestioned loyalty, upon the con stitutional powej of the President to make ar rests and to suspend the writ 0 habeas corpus, teems Ja demand further discussion. I there fore briefly review the learned opinion of the 'Attorney General of tlie United States, In order to show that the PsesWent, in arresting persons in crimJnaLeomplIaUy with the Insurgents, and 'in theflpension of this writ, has only exer--Iwd'ths constitutional power vested alike In dl bis predecou la office, aud does not -" sjiiire any npnloj to defend him, as an Inno .vailon on lie Conciliation. x Juilgo Bates groapi lho enHro system of onr free Government, and admirably contrasts It -jH' tbe Governments of Harope. n Enropran nations, tho sovereignty resides not In tho people, but In the Government. Tboir Govjpraea)H ejurolse and possess abso lutepower; vyhereas, according to the Amerl can theory, Ufa sovereignty resldoi in the peo ple), and their Government potsetses only lim ited and deli-gated powers, 1101 absolute. IK oflverta to tho historio fact, that the en mity of Usj) American people ef the Revolution was not against the legislative or judicial powers of -tho EaglWi Government, but against the King. The reason was that the crouui represented and aasaiML tbe exorcise of tbU absolute pow er, making the people but the eubJ.isU or alaves ef the individual man. Tho Amorlctn people, therefore, In making n Government without n throne, were scrupu lously careful to reserve tbe sovereignly to themselves; and hence their Government cauex relse nootlutr powers than those the peojAe have couterred upon . IIo ably shows that tho people were nqually preclae-ln illitributlngufce granted powers to'thieu coordinate depart ments, each Independent of tho other; and the Picslcfent, kVpugb in no bouau a sovereign, Is Independent tn his sphere, and not subordinate to the other departments ot the Government. lie presents tbo pbllosophla idea, that our lathers never attempted to provide a common judge or arbiter in cases of conflict between tbe executive, judicial, and leglstaHf o powers )! our ryetoia, nnd tbcrelore deduc.es thut the President cannot rightfully be calletl in rtuea tlonla tho exercise of 111s power by tho legis lative or judicial departments. Hence, in uslog his constitutional powers, he Is la no way tatlected by tnwlr decisions to the contrary ; each Jelng limited ki their spheres and oa-ordlnate and Independent. That proportion being esiibllelicu, ho pro-cr-id to ascertain precisely what powers the President may constitutionally exercise, lit proves csflcliulwly that the President Is only 1 civil raaghtiata although by the onstltutlon lie is nut the "Curnnnnilei-iu Chief of the .,,,, iv tiruln.ivir and of thumllilia of the leveral States when called Into the tffctlvo-sorvlcj 1 the United State-," and In directing tbo mlllt ry power of tho country he does so as a dull WlU'Wiruie emu Jiu if u inmiMty vnuj. If IblB Is thu llrst time In our history that wo liars mooumiT u iut uorroniui civil wur; reo llrst Umo that we have fctt lhat wo were lu con lact wild tbe physical forcu of the iratlon. In our previous history, this force has boon sllrected against fure'ign rather than )im(!c loos- and then welsp staclo of the exercise by the f'resld. nls ol cxlruordlnaiy military .power, lias never boon witiiissed boloro by the A-Wor-Ican people I Jleur-o, tb-y had not realized Its nature or twtent, which, nevertheless, la u con stitutional power nod would havo been exer cised Uy every faithful auief magistrate who lias adiilnlstired the Uovc-rumoiU under a slm- lli.i iiimtrirplinV. In making plain tho Important triilli, that nltbough wS luvo hundieds of Ibousaudsof men moving b. vast attnles in tno iieiu, mey In .Irlol unnnrdlliatlOll fo the Civil mag- JllVJ.t. .- r..-v- . istracy; the Atroraey ui-iai u ".7 " valuable rnvke to our conslitutloual liberty. "So long now, as our legitimes and courU terrain li-'Ui cuibarjfcng the President in the a-xerilso (I lil-t iowJaWui'l " ln8 ft" luB .VUV 4alllkarypwei rimams bubject to his control, just so long, aod no longor, are our liberties safe I If tbe timo shall ever coroo, when weak or over-zealous editors and corrupt politicians nam persuade judges or legislators to tran scend their constitutional powers, br attempt ing to clrcutnKcribe or restrain tne rreaiiteni s legitimate action, or whenever a military chief tain shall acquire such an influence .over the armies under bis control, as to disregard the orders of tbo President, and set the military above the civil power, then are our liberties on this continent hopelessly gone I Jadge Bates next notices the duties Imposed on the Prerident bv tbe Constitution, which roqulro blm to " preserve, protect and defi-nd" the same, and to execute the law! over the na tion, lie argues, that in case of rebellion or invasion, when the judicial power Is weakened or overborne, so that the civil authorities cau- not bo exerciKod by tbe ordinary agencies of Governments, It becomes the duty of Iho Presi dent to ' take care" that the laws shall be ex ecuted, and for this purpose, (a In tbe preitnl cos) U is nccesiaryto useanmei. In Mich an pxtriordlnarvexiecncv. theProel dent is made the note judge of the manner In which It Is most prudent to employ the powers entriHled to him. He must decide whether the rebellion or invasion exists to the extent of displacing tho civil power; but In executing the laici It the artny, lie dots not su'jordinate We clinf, or elevate the military poicer. He holds the military ever suhject atul .subortlinate to the civil authority. He Is not mado a military dictator, a warrior, or n usurper In his consti tutional exercise as " Oommandtr-in Chief," bat is required to stay at the Capital, in the Prcsi dential mansion, and to bold in his hands tho civil authority as supreme over armies. The Constitution docs not call on tho gown ed judges. They may sit unconscious of the fact that war exists If they please, until the armed force comes within their preseocel Just as thev did when the Canltol was on fire a few Years ago. When tho news reached tho Su premo Court, Judgo Taney Inquired where It ex'sted, and being Informed It was In the libra ry, remarked they would proofed with tho case nntll It reached the Supreme Court room. So, I prcsumo, be will continue In tho present struggle, unless tne urcs 01 me reoeiuun duuuiu catch and consume bis own chambers I Under this branch of the argument tho At inrnov General shown that the Constitution docs no! Invest tho judlcl-al department of tbe Government with tbo functions of determ inlng whether rebellion or invasion exists, that being a jxMicaJ question; Us object btinfl to le stroflht political Government of the nation and establish one upon its raini. He frees himself with extraordinary ease from the mere technicalities of his profession, and rises nt once to the true dignity and com prehensiveness of tho statesmau. He demonstrates that the President, as the political head of the Government, Is charged with the solemn duty of making war against tho rebellion and of arresting and holding, as prisoners those who In tho exerclee of hln dis cretion he believes to be the frlcads and uo dompljces of the treason. He has and exercises no judicial powers; and the Jitdlolary has no polltlaal powers and claims none; therefore, no court or judge oan tale cogniiance of t) political acts of the I'resi- V, then, In lime of the rebellion, the Presi dent, In the exerclso of his powers, (whenever the public safety may require it, ot whicll be alone is juJge, under the Constitution,) shall arrest any Iraitor or any one found giving aid and comfort to the enemy, Judge Bates proves in tmnniratIon. that 110 mdae or court can undertake to reverse this action on the part of the Commandor-ln IMCI He recurs to the common law for the true n-rnniiinn nf the writ ot habeas corvus. He shows that it is a high prerogative writ; aud by our Constitution, the country is at nil times ..niiltml in kimw whu the liberties of any of its citizens are restrained; "unless ichtn in aait of rebellion or invasion, ihepuuita iajuy may requite the suspension of the privilege." Il fidlcltouslv rocooilles the conflict of opin Ion and Bhews that the power to suspend the authority of the jitdlolary to Isiue Die writ Is o.tto.t nlntm in the legislative department. But Vthe power to suspend the privilege of tbo party arrestea uuiing mo nuio ui nnu .Bul lion, is vented ulone In Ihe Etecullvn Depart ment, which is charged wllb the "public safety." , ., , Now, should n judge aesunie to Issue a writ or liabeas cotpus for the discharge of a political prisoner, "icnen in case nj nwuui ion " the answer Is, lhat the President has sus pended Ihe-'i'iUvlLEUE" ol the prleoner, ine mblidHtaMuretiuMngit " Hence, It Is no mote r .. j- ....,,.. i ...,,,! ft. tnril nf J.rit.MV necessary jui unity iu ju-nu ,.,. - .. , ..-- corpus by a declaration of maitial law before orrA.ilnir n imltiir. than k is to sueueuil the Wl it of replevin belore seizlog anna or munitions of warl Hero heBtilpslusquesuoiioi us launcy, and throws an aonromauc ngui on tuu suuieui. lie prove that all Ihe poweis of the Prtsldont wbuld ba nugatory lu suppres-lng rebellion or Invasion by the caplute of Insurgents or il seizure of munitions of war, it a Judge might discbarge tho prisoner by the writ ol habeas corpus or tho munitions of war by a wilt ol replevin. In short, that It would leave the enemy in entire power to war ifpon tho Gov ernment to tho total subversion of our civil liberty. This Is the only Government upon earth where the rights ot the people are st-cmid, and th Attorney General shows its exlit-me hu manity, as well as bis own benignity of character on tbe question ofanestlng political off-ndem. Tbo President, so far Ironi violating, Is hero icdllu defending tho rights of Ameikans iu arresting criminals who aie engaged In secret nt eitvnr. w.ir IIOOU IUIH uuverilllliuii. Iiuteail 0) handing thwi over to the comts for trial, condemnation, und execution, as he lias thu clear right to do. uud us every other Gov ernmant but ours upon eirth unquestionably toouW, ho only holds them as captites lo pre nni (hum luiiii .lrntroulllL' tlio blood bought rights, which eveiy citizen who ruii'iinbers he Is u nun, and was born ol a woman, should fly to tescuu and defend I An-ia Eiu Caiiiioii.. Maryland, Sept, 1801, Tho Louisville Journal euyj lha secession orgaot of Kentucky have relused to meutluu or in uny way recognize the lact thu the lim- Ident ot the Uulti-d States has rictifled tbe proclamation of G noral Fremont, so as to uiakp it comformable to the net ol (Jougreui In relation to tbo confiscation of ihe property of belligerents. WANTKI). ll active energetic peiwon luving capl ol iultli.Lnt to utit"li nliuut h Aoun tttuiu to vlrjt 4.ncflini lueutit will litur of u protltabtu tgenoy by uiipH iu tit r iMllhilAltUO.VIO UKLU, ip3t tl 1'eau &uiuet iifar t-Uvt-blh tt GOVERNMENT ADVT'S. PI3NBION OFFICE, JUNK 0, IH01. TO ALL WHOM IT MAY IVKCKIUf, Application having Deen mine tinder the sot of 43d Jane, 18C0, for the reluae of tbe land Warrsn.s de scribed herein, which are alleged to bave bn lost or destroyed, nolle. ( hereby given that, at the date following the description of each warrant, a new certificate of flke tenur will be Issued, If novalld Ob Jectlon should then appear. no iijow, lor iih, acre., iNiuea unaer ine moi 01 March, 1816. In the came or Amos Arthur, and ? ranted on the nth day of Auguit, 1857 October U, set. No. GO,M0, for 60 acres, under act of 1S4T, and bearing date May sth, lfclO, lu favor of llfchiel Kopp. father of Hamuel Ronp, deceased, third Indl ana volunteers. Mexican War October 18. 1861. No M 111, for 120 acres, issued under the act of Marob, IMS, in the name or James Kong, and granted on the aist day of March, IBM October 19, 1861. No. 2-1,057, for 160 acres, Issued under the act ot March, Ml, In the name of Thomas 1 anner, and rranted on tbe SJ day ol Mav. I860 October ID. 1 Ml. No 3.K-I, tor ldO acres, liuued under the act 01 March, 181s, In the name ol llenjsniln Ilelley, and granieu on lue vuu aav 01 tiuue lsao. No 632, for 80 acres, Issued under the act of March. 1815, In the name of Keuben Woodruff, aud grauted on the Oth day orMay, 1855. No 8&S, for 10 J acres, Usued under the sot of March. 1855, in the tiamo of Samuel II. VI aterbouws, aud granted ou the 23d dav Of Mav. 1859 No. 2,633, for 80 acres, Iwued under the act ol March, 1856 in the name of fihelly Downs, and granted on the 2d day ol August, 1855 November lu, 1861 No 05,100, for 160 acres, Issued under the art ot March, 1866, In the name ol l'olly, widow of David Uradbury, and granted ou the lulu day of Septem hei, i860 icth November, 1861. No 03,811, for 160 acres, luued under the sctol March, 1865, in the name of Ouy 8 Alexander, ml nor child of John U. Alexander, deceased, and granted July Sd, I860 November 16,1801. No. 41,31, for 160 acres, Issued uuder the act ol Mrrch, 1856. In Ihe name of Christian Dougherty, and granted on the 21th day of September, 1856 NAvumhitr 1 S. 1R61 . No 41,039, for 160 acres, Inued under the act of Maroh, 1855, In tbe name of Jsmes I'ray, and grant, ed on the 21it day or March, 1861 November 23, 1861. . 25,030, for 160 acres, Issued under the act of aiarcn, ibm, in ine names oi tvuiiam m ,juuase;. A., ana John D. t) Minor, children of Irwin llagget deceased, and granted ou the 24th day of May. 1850 November 23,1801. 11U t,Oin, IUI W UICI, HUTU UU.JCr IMC BUb Msroh, 1865,ii the name of Getty, widow ofThona r.iwoou, anagrcnica .January iv, ie7 novemDer 28.1801. Aiu !9iAu,iur luu KuicB. uoucu uuurr uic act uj Marcb,1366,tn the name or Alexander McCullough, anagranieaonioesinaay oijanuarysoa novem- oer a, isoi. No 67,803, for 160 Acres, burned under the act ol March, 1865, In the name f Hannah, widow of of James Wilson, aud granted on the 20th day ot .euiuirr. ldui .iscuviuircr ou. iool No. 8,oos, for 160 acres, issued under the aet ol March, 1866. in the name ol Alexander Mctjualn, and granted ou the 12th day of OctoDer, 1866 No vember 30,1861. no u,7oj, lor iw acres, issuea uuaer ine act si March. 1865. In the name ol Daniel West, and grant ed on the Htu. day of July, 18(6 7th December, inni. No. 64,8(0, for 120 acres, Issued under the act of March. 1856. in tbe name of Marina, widow of An. drew Mbllon, and granted on Ihe 15th day of April, 186' December 91, 1801. No. 3JM2. for 160 acres, issued under Ihe act of Marcli.1856, In tho nameofbamuet U Jackway, and granted on the 1st dy of August, 1855 No 8,104, for 160 aoree. Issued under the act ot March, 1855, In the name of William II. Tarrance, and granted on the 18th day of July, 1855 Decem ber 21, 1M1. lUDfel'U IX. 11A.HUE.1&, Commissioner. HELHBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU TTKL.MDOL,D'S KXTBAOT BUCHU UELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIUI HKLMIlOI.D'a EXTRACT 1IUCIIU HKLMIIOI.D'S EXTKACT IIUCHU, A nosltive and snecifio riraedr for dUeaseaof tlie Bladder, Kidneys, tlrarel, Dropry, Bladder, Kidneys, (Irani, Dropsy, Bladdir, Kidneys, Oravtl, lroiy, lllauutr, ivianeys, uravei, uropey, Bladder. Kidneys, tlravel, Droiwy ORUANIO WF.AKNe.Sa, ORGANIC WEAKNESS, ORUANIO WEAKNESS! AND ALL DISEASES OF THE Sexual Orcans. Sexual Ore-aiia, gexual Orsranl. Sexual Organs, Sexusl Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Organs, Sexual Oigans, Sexual Orgscs, Sexual Organa, bexual Organs, arbdug from excesses, early Indiscretions, exposures, anil impruueuMM, uuu ruuiuviuu u, luiprfper uu clutrges, whether existing In Male or V entitle, Hale or Female, SlHle or Kenieue, male or jremalr, Hals or Female, Male or Female It is a Fact long since established, that persona autferlng with any disease of these organs are airVoi ed lo bodily health and mental powers, and expeil ence many alarming symptoms, among wnlcu will o tounm Indl-posilioiitohaertlon, I.oeaof Memory, Diinsully ol llreathlug, Ueneral Weakness, Horror ol Dlseune, Weak Nerves, Trembling. Horror ol Death, Nlgnt tsweau, com r ect. Wakefulness, Dim neid ot Vision, Languor, Ualversal Lascllude of MuBcularSy.teni, often l.uormous Appetite, w Dspeptic Symptoms, lint Hands, Flushing ot 1 Hotly, Dryness or the Skin, Pallid Countenance,! i...r.it 1 ..,,. l'.m ii.i.i,,t.nti..i. if.-.!., nemof Vision, Languor, ualversal Lasciludeol tne Willi the Kriioilonsun tlio Face. Pains lu tho Back. lit avlnees . A AIMU UUIIieUllU-.BUU of the Eyelids, friquently blank spots tlylug- beloie the Uyi.a, WlUl temporary Sua"noti aud Lous ot Sight, aut of Attention, great Mobility, Ilisileea nc.H. These symptoms, if allowed to go on, which lids medit Ine Invariably removes, soon lollow Imt of Pouxr, uuity and Avlejyic tU. Who can say that these exoerse ate not frcqurntly foliovve.l by lli.r dlrelul diioasra, I.VSAM I V and CONSUMPlHiNr 1 hu records of the Iiuanu Asr- lums, aud th melancholy deaths by Lou.uni,llou, Dear ample wnnrss ui iue iruin 01 inuaueriiou HKI.SIItOLIi'S EXTRACT OF BUCHU Is a certain, iiafe, and spiedy cure, from whatever causa tlisy rnay have originated, and no matter cf Mow Long latsndlug, How Long Standing, llnw Lou,! Standing, ..ow Long sianalng, How Louie Standinir. liow aim Standluir It la taken without Hindrance froui llusiue.ui, and utuc, 11 any, cuanxu vi urn. Is pleasant In Its taste and odor, Aud immediate In Its action If vou are suffering wilh any of the above distress lug ulUTK'nta ' lilMClWKTIIIUlKUWrATONCK, PlttlCUJiB TUB hElihnr A T (IS'CK, iWUCUltt: TUB RUIEUYAT (IKCB. 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ClumMiy, ItatBiiy. uud nihLrbrauclitfHUi ficltute tuumourt wllli MedlClue, Alno Uaelierot French, WimtWi.ltEHun.Uirnmn, i'oriuiftii-ij. 1 kiln, tl ret k, and ulhtr LHiigiinKfd OUIc, No 01 K etnrt, bi Ing mar rtimtyhuula nruugnudlwtoty lilUi ntntt. w(tO- GOVERNMENT ADV'TS. HKAIKIUAIITKUK OF TIIK U. 8. MARINE COItrS, QuiKTtsifisTia's Orrici, Washington, Hi ptembi r 21, 1801. 8EAT,ED PROPOSALS, loreaoh class separately, will be received at this oOlce until 12 o'clock SI. ol Wednesday, 20th of Novemoer next, ior lurnlthlng to the United Sta es Marine Corps, during the ear 1862. the following supple., to be delivered at the office of the Assistant Quartermaster ol the corps, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, free or expen.e to the United mates, In luch quantities aj may from time to time be ordered, viz Cuss No 1. 14,000 yards of Iky lllue Kersey, all wool, free fnm hair, 64 Indira wide, to weigh 12 ounces to the yard, (indigo wool dyed j 6,1)00 yards Dark blue Ke-sey, all wool, free from hair. 51 leches wide, to weigh 21 ouucea to the yard, (Indigo wool dved ) 8,000 yards Dark Hlae Twilled Cloth, all wool, for uniform coats, (Indlgu wool dyed,) 64 inches wide, to ls-i yard, of Scarlet tilth, all wool, (cochineal dyed,) 64 lucbea wide, to weigh 10 ounces per yard. Class No. 2. 8.000 vards of 6 4 Dark Mine Klannel for over sacks, all wool, (Indigo wcot d)ed,)6l lnchc.ru Ids, to weigh 13 ouucea per yard. 10 000 y.rdaof .14 Duk lllue Flannel, for shirts, all wml.JIndlgo woo: dyed )27 Inches v. lde.toneigh G ounces per yard 1200 Ouy lllankets, all woo', to weigh four pounds i ach. with letters " U. 8. M " lo black, lour Inches long h the centre ; to be 7 feet long and 6 leet wide.ad free from jgrease. 6,i00 pair' of Woolen flocks, three sizes, Properly made ot good fleece wool, with double aud twisted arn,to weigh three pounds per doaen pairs, tree fromgnase. Class No 3. 6.001 yards White l.Uen for Pants, 80 Inches wide, to weigh 13 ounces rer yard. ln,oou yard While Linen for Shlrli, 80 Inches wl le, to weij;h 11 ounc a per ynrd 1 UOO yarn Canton Flannel fur Drawers, 27 laches wide, to wiigh 7 ounces p;r yard Class No. 4, 1,000 Untroim Caps, complete, (exrept Pompons) 1 600 Pompons, red wonted, ball liaped, 6 Inches In circumference. 3,000 Fatigue Care, (wilh covers) to be made of uiue cioui, inaigo wool aicu 2,000 Slocks, Class No 6 600 dross Coat Duttons, (Eagle ) 400 lros Jacket Dutoiu, (Eagle ) iwurufl .est iiuiujus, ir.agi ) 1.1W Pairs Yellow Metal Cr scents and Scale Straps. 250 8etts Epaulette Bullion for Sergeants aud Cor porala 2 000 Setts Epaulette llullloa for Privates. 60 Ited Worsted Sathts 2,5uo yards of Y- llnw Htndlng. 2,100 yards of Ked Cord. 160 Swords for Sergeants. 60 Swords for miufcianto 60 Drums, (tenor,) complete. ou urura onugs 200 Batter Drum Ueadi. 60 Snare Drum Il.ada. W) Drum Cords 100 Setts of Drum Bnorei. 100 Boxwood " B " Fifes. Class No S 10,000 Pairs Army Boots, (infantry pat asm ) Class No 7. . 1,200 Cartridge Boxes. 1 200 BayoLet Scabbards 1,210 Percusjlou Cap Pouches. 1,100 Cartridge Box Belts. 1,200 IUysiet Belts. l.iOO Waist Belts. I,2i0 Walat Plates 1,'uO Breast Plates 260 Sword Frogs Class No 8 1,200 Knapsacks. 600 Haversacks. 600 Canteens 60J Musket bllngs. Class No 0. For making and trimming tin following articles, ill Watch coata , sergeants', cortoralj', musicians', and privates' uniform and fatigue coals; woollen und linen pants, flannel and linen suirts.drawcis, flanml lacks, aud rod and blue Jackets lor bo) a. The above mentioned articles must conform, in on rttpxU, to the sealtd standard patterns in the oiDce or ihe Ousrtermisler Marine Corps, Maiiue Bar racks, Vt Hshtbglon, D. C ; Assistant Qu,rUrnuuter, offi e Marine coru, 1 22) Spruce sir et, I'ldladel 1 his: and at the Marine Stations. Brooklvn. New York, and Boston, Massachusetts, where they can be examined. And whenever the articles nani'd abovo.or any portion of them, shall be considered a not fully cou forming tossmplis, they will be rejected, aud the con tiactorwill be bound to furnish otlursot the le quired kind at onoe, or the tjuarteriuasur will tup ply the dedcienoy at thn expeme ol the touirsctor. Payment will be made upon the accepted dellv ery of the whole Quantity which may trom liout to time be older .id, lihboldlng ten per cent, fiom llif payment of account rendered umUr llrsl order, until second order Is filled, and ten cr cent, from n-u mnt rcuderod under second order ujitil third order is tilled, aud to on, until contract Is completed Each proposal must be accompaniid ky the fallow log guarantee - Jorst c Guarantte. The undersigned,- ,of ,lu the State ol ,and ,ln tho mate or . hereby guarantee lhat In case the foregoing bid of for supplies, u above detcrlhed, be ncoepted, ho or they will, within ten du)s after the receipt of lha coulra.t at the post nlllce limned, execute thu coulract lor the sanu wllh goo land sunicUnteecurltles, and iu case lh saM .hall fill to enter luto contract, ai aoresaid, we guarantte to make good the dillerence between tne olUr of the said und lhat which uay be accepted. A It, lluuritnoi. C l),(juaraulor. EF, Willi ess -, Wl. 1 hereby certify that the above named are known 10 me as men (f proputy, and able to make good their guarantee O. II to la elgntd by the Untied States Dlatrlot Jadge, Untied htstts District Attorney, cr Collector No pniosat will be coiuddeied unless accompanltd by the above guarantee Ncwanuoera authorized to uuhllsh the above will send ihe paper containing the llrst interlloii to this Oftlcc tor examination Ihe bittder'e pluo-i of buslnesd,or minutiic urlg estshllsluiuut, iiiuot be spe.illoally ttated In the propoeai Ihe above list of articles is believed to be about the quantity of each urliele tint will be nquired durtiigthaeear, but the QjuartermarterresencMthc right uf ordering n greater or Ites quantity, should tlie Interests of the service reouiie- It I'ropossis 10 oe enuurseu on toe ceve!ie ' Pro. 1 acd pcsals lor Supplies for Marine Coros lor lv addrcfed to Major 31 BSLAcIv, tep2t cjuar ennaster At O , Washington, D U T OHl'l FIVK UOLLAUS RKWAltU. Loet, YESTERDAY EVF.NINO.a Colt's Seven. Inch .Navy Revolver, silver mounted, murked "II or tlmirjliouipaon, lHil." The above reward will be paid to any persoi who will return the ni to 1IOICI IMEI1 T I103IPSON, 251 1 street, or to Mr. Lludwlok, at Wllllards' Hotel, tf. riMlfc: VNION WILL MTANU, X 0 MMlUlt WIIU'U J'KKSIDhNTt Cotiriequently, I ttliatl remttla la Wafcliiugtou, anJ coDtluuf to piUBiie my oocujtllon of HOUSE, SIGN, AND ORNAMENTAL KT 3C A. I 3XT "J? I 3iT Or I ? OII.DINO In till it lintitchiiy OU (ILAX.IMJ promptly utttnJeJ to l'alntiDg nnd Ortiuim-nUiig t'otuge h urnlture, la tlie best itylc. 1 u.Uu call at tentloa 10 tli ralutlmt ol HooJh uud Urlck Walld All ititf above I will do at iheap an tliw cluapst I tlificliiii' vulli.lt tliuimtronugeut niylrltudtau icUow tl'lzenii ot the Dl-drlct furctuallty btrktly obervud, and work doue tu tho beat manLir You lll idtaaj mind your it odd. and mod at M. T l'AKKMt'S ralnttiiff ! bt&blbt.nuiit, Mo 53 I'OU alalia avtnue ( north tide), btwu blxtU aud Sointh tirwti V 8 BlguM (ul up IftK cl charge, iu uaual. qo?'W RAILROADS, ETC. lyiCW UOA'l'B Hhi W CAIH, FOE BOSTON, VIA NEW I.ONDON,NORWICH,and WOUCE8TEK, DAILY, (Sundays Excepted,) At S .'clock, F. M, PRUll PIER 39 N. U., VOOT OF VESTRY 81 REET, The new and magnificent tlearaer CITY OF 1103 TON, Wra Wilcox comminder, Iroiu New York Tuesdays, 1 uundays, and Halurdati; and Irora Allyn'a Point Mondays, Wednesdays, and Irl da v. The newaodmagulliceut steamer CITY OF KEW YORK, riioima o Jewelt,commandr. Ironi New York Mondays, Wednetdavs, and Fridays, liojs All)n's Point Tuesdajs, Thurscajs, ami Sot.r days. ihere two uew atearrers have been built exprcily for this route, with all modern Improvements, iu eluding Water right Compartment slid a e the cnl steaTers eer bollt for liong Islaud Sojnd wllh this great lilt- preieniug Improvenutit. Cundociors accompany the steamers each wav. Paseeugers rocecil Iron Allyn's I'o'nt Ira-ue diittly on arrlvnl of steamers, by Exj rues Tram tu ilCHtsu, Worcestr, Lot-ll, l.awrchce, PMchburg Nathua, Concord tho Whilo Mountama, kc , ac l'a.bengei8 returlng Iroiu lloston leave the Dtiot of the Luatun a d Worcester jallroad at 6 so P. M , Worce ter7 P. M ,srr,vlng at Allyn's Point 9. To P.M. Freight taken at the Lowest Ra'ci, and delivered in llOHtou ear y tbe I ext r ay. State Rojins In abundance can te had on board steamers, or at the Boston or New York otuces, lu dvnce. K. S. MAUI IN, Agent aug 23 6m Pier ol), N. It 1UKW AIll LIMC HOt'TlC. THREE ThAIIVS DAiL.' TO NEW YORK. TWO TRAINS DAILY TO PHILADELPHIA. WITHOUT C1IANOE OF CARS On and after MONDAY, June 10, 161, the Pas senger Trains will leave the Philadelphia and Rend ing Railroad Depot, at Harrkburg, ft.r New York and Philadelphia, 1 s lotlows, viz. EASTWAIll). Express Line leaves HarrUburg at 0 30 A. M , on arrival of Pennsylvania Railroad Express Tralu fe -VK'S"8 " " ,hr00U ff0m irom ine est, arriving iu new lorxai r m. a sleeping car is nuncnea e Pittsburtr without chantrc Mall Irain leaves Uarrlsburg at a A. M., arriving at New tork at 4 P. tl., and Philadelphia at 1 25 V. M. Fast T.lne leavea Uarrlsburg at 1.10 P. M , on or rival of Pennsylvania Railroad Fast Mall, arriving tn New 1 ork at 45 P. M. , aud Philadelphia at c 40 P. M. WESTWAKD. Fast Line leaves New York at 6 A. M., and Phil adelphia at 8 A. M , arriving at Uarrlsburg at 1 P. Mall Train leavea New York at 12 00 noon, and Philadelphia at 8 16 P. M , arriving at Uarrlsburg at s P. M Express Hue leavtsNew York at 8 P M., arriving at Uarrlsburg at 2 30 A. ai.,aud connecting wilh Ihe Pennsylvania Exnress Train for 1-lttsburr. A sleeping car Is also attached to this train. Connections are made at Uanlsburg with traina on tho Pennsylvania, Northern leiilral, and Cum berland Valley Railroads, and at Reading for Phil adelphia, Potuvllle, Wilkesbarre, Alleutown, East on, c Baggage checked turougn. Fare between New York and Uarrlsburg, $5 00, between llarrisburg and Philadelphia, UJUKo 1 cars, and i 70 in No 2. For tickets or other Information apply to J. J. 01,1 DE, aug 22 General Agent, llarrUburg. TejOKTIlKKN CK'VJTHAL HAILWAY. ScriaiiTrsnrxT'a Orrica, Covert MdiDti, Uillimtrre Mjy IS, 1861. On i-ud after Sunday, May loth. 1661, Trains on NORTHERN ENI RaL I1AILU Ai arrive and depatt aa follows, until iurllier uoiiee. TltJI.XS AOUTII. MAIL at 8 15 A.M. EXPRESS at 4.S6 P.M. 11 AKRlSBliRU ACCOMMODATION at 8 16 P. 1 he 8.16 A M. train connects at Retny House with t-ulne on the Weatern Alaryland Railroad, at llan over Junction with llauuveraud. Oetly.buig Rail rr,tttlrt ut ork Willi York aud Wrlt-hlsvllU Rail roal, at Uarrlsburg with Peunsylvanla Railroad lor all pans 01 tne wot, i.o vv tin 1 euanon auey Railroad (u Arte 1'erH dirrcl. at Northenberland for L and B. Railroad for Kingston aud all parts of WvmnlniT allev. and at Suuburv with the l'hlta defphia and Erlo Railroad for all parts of Northern l'eiiUB)lvanla and New 1 ink 1 he 4 J5 P. M train makes all the abnv conneo tlciia ej-cept Hanover i.allroad, rlgtitsvllle lull rcac uud the Ihanon Valley ltailroatl IheSlbP M tralu niaAes connect Ions with Penn tylvuula Railrond lor all pjrts of the v est, and di rect conueutMns for New York. Tbe 11 A 31 ,2 30 1 31 , and 6 45 P M., trains lrom Washington Cily counrct wllh this road tiiai.s Auurr Mall at 5 10 P M , l.xpir at 7 46 A M , Harris burg Accommodation at I 45 P 31. or tlekets und Information inqu re at the Ticktt Office, Culvert statlou, Uallimoie aug 19 tf J C CLARKE, Sup t VTKW YUK AM) KlltlC 11AILUOAO. lanBeBer Tralua leave rid l'uvonta I'rryp.j n& aud Lsonx JJock, irom inoi ui uimuiucrM aireei New Yuik. u tollowtt. vu At 7 A M .EXfllKSil.forDttuUrL.tud lluflalo. and urintinul intermediate fctu lions At tl A. it .MAIL, for Dunkirk, und luUrmedlate Sutiona '1 hid 1 rain remalutf over ulUt at fclmira, and proceeds the next uiorulut; Aty A M , MILK, uoliy, lor Ottavllle, aud iuttr mediate tilatiouH At U A. U , ACCOMMODA 1 ION , dally, for Port Jervio, und principal Sialluua At t P.M ,WAY, f jr Mlddletown, Newburfih and intermedUte SlHtlonn At 6 1M , NUIUEXPUKSS, dally, for Dou kirk, llutliilo, CauaiiddlgLa, and prlaoipal htalloiiM Ihe Iruiii ol baturduy atopi at all Mall lialatiut tlotit, und rune, only to Klmlra At it P M , ACCOMMODATION, for Hormm villa, uud principal btatlona C1IAS MINOT Ogn'lup't NATHANir.L MA Kb II, Uiuelvir aug It) LTMTKU STATXCH lATKT OPKICIC, WAJuitsnTOM.Sept . 1801 On thuietltlon of John t Wloblow, ol Iroy.N. pftt)iiiK lur tlie txteietlOQ ot a pitent urantt-dio him on the l-3th ot Dt0tmber,ltU7, ior un linirovn in' nl lu uouiijK una LompreMing ruuaie nan, ior newuyeart. from Uie expiration ol said putfut, which takir.pl.C4j on tho ISthday ul Dccembei.Urtl, It U ordered, thai the aid piiiilonbe luard at tl e Puicnt Olllceou Monday, th 24 day ol licui.Ur next, at let o clock M , und all ptroiu uru imtitiid lomtpuui' mid khow cuust.lt uuv they hue. why Httld petition ought not to be gtanttd lVmoitopo.iiii; tlieLXitiiclouari' rn,ulrttl to III tn the l'ateut Oflice their ubjt-ctio.1 hin.uiilly (-! liirth In wrllliiR at Iraat tweuij dajdUloie iheday ol heath)! , ail Urdnuoiiy hi d hy either purl) to bu UHcd at thetald hmrliK ''t b tukin una trans mlttcd In accordance with tho ruh- ol ihe oulte, which will in luinUl.t'doii uppluation Iho ttniluinu) In Hie cu-e will be clotd on the Uth of llvt utber. IBtd , detOfltloiin Hnd other papers relied upou an testimony inunt U' tl ul In theolHcu ou or buloru the imirninrf of tkat day, thu argu HifiiiH. iTum wiltiiu I it iIjvm theri'Rller Ordered, alno, lhat 111 notice be i ublWhtd tn the AVitmaf Hryulluan, W a lili'gton, 1) V f and the .lir-Kity sfWnin- Jumuul Albany, Is V ,once u wetk lor time HUtcertKivt wnkt , the tlrnt of xald publloa tloiiH to be at UuUlxt Iuh ireloulo the day ot bearlDtf 1) P. HOLLOWAY, Comniibhiouer ot Patents P H Kdltors or the above papera v. Ill pleaite tinpytiuid vend thilr bllla to the PatentOU.ce with a pupvr containing inw uoiiue A UK. NTH WAN! KU 'I'll KK1.I. roll' JV IU.I i'S MAI' or mi', nk'.ai in u ai: riuin tiuoiot,uoier iiioutlieau he made Apply at ft.lt 1 ighthklriei.uboft 1'alent ulliei.or uuiiivm, iiii-uugii rust uiiieo, uox sou, eejuO zw JtAILROADS, ETC. Fill UOSIOIV, VIA NKWPOIIT KALL, 1UVk.1I. By the splendid aid suncrloraleanv crs MElEOrOLIS'. IMflKU HTAT K. IIAV RTATW thTITV1 ofTIatnf, of great strength and speed, but particularly adapted' lo ihe navigation of Iung Island Sound, running In ounuticiion iin ine ran lover and Old Colony railroad, distance of 68 miles only to Boston. Leave Tier No s. North rtver, near the Battery. The steamer EMPIRE STATE, Co f Braylon, Mondays, edneedays.and Fridays, at 6 o'clock. P. M . touching at Newjiort each v ay. Ths ateaner METROPOLIS, Capt. Brown, on Tuesdays, Thurtdays, and MUurdars.at 6 o'cl.vck, P M , touching at Newport each way These steamers arc fitted wilh cuuiuiodtua elite rooms, and every a'rangemeiit lor the security and comfort ul paseengers,wiio are afforded by tl,ii route a night's rot ou hoanl, and, on arrival at Fall river, proiecd rer steamboat train, reaching lloeloti early ihe lullowlng morning, or may remain on board un til starting of the accommodation at S A Si , by which they may reach lloston about R 46 A M. A baggage mailer Is attached to each steamer, who rtcelvei and tickets the baggogc,and aocompaniei the snme to Its destination. " ' A steamer runs, In connection wllh tfds line, be Iwem Full river and Providence, dally, except Bun days. ircielil tu Boston la forwarded throngh with great dlsinleh by an Expreia Train, which leaves Fall river every morning, Suudaya excepted, at 1)1 o clock, ler lloston and New Bediord, airlvlng at lu destination M about II A. 31. fur Irelghtor pauage, apply on board, or at the o(Hoe,on Pier .No 3, North river. For staterooms nnd bertha, apply on board, or If dtsired to secure tluinlu advance, to WM BORDEN, Agent, nun 17 If 70 and 11 Veal street N Y. GKKAT ChNTJIAI. ItOlTTK y O R THE W K ST, lit UVD.SOS RIVFH nAllMOAH and NKW 1VIUC CAAJLIL HAlLUOAlK Express Trains lenvr New York cily dejiots ol Iliiil.-oTi Itivir Railroad dally, Sundays excepted, as folloue From Chambers street From 31st street station, AtlOOA. M A1725 A M. 1100 " 6 P.M. 11 'J " 6 26 P.M. 3 -0 P M 8 65 1. M. Montreal aud BufTalo Train Willi sleeping 1.16 P. Jd. can, 9 15 P M. Connecting at Albany with the New York Ccn tral Kallioid tor Bchtneclsdy, Hocb.ster, Utlca, SwVKS: ffi.racusi raaVa'nl, nuspenlou uriage, AUDuru, uiucva, Ja janaaigua iraina in cuuutiiutn leave iiuuaiu asu suspension rid Lake hbore, Buffalo and Luke llutoi aud (Ireat vVti'.trn Railroad, tor Hamilton. loroLto, Detroit, Clilctigo, Toledo, 3lilwauktc, Foud Ou Lac, J.a Croseu, Madison, Prnlrle lJu(Jliiea,OalenA,Dutileitb, Dubuque, Pecrla, Rock Island, Muncallne, lowaCity, Burlington, cjutucy, Springneld, Alton, St. Louis, Cairo, Terre liauto tndlanaiolls.Loulsvillo.Clncln. nati, Dayton, Culnmbus, clevt land, aud all points West, fvorlhwftt, aud bouthwes f NORTHERN HOUTF. Connecting with Tralua at Iroy, with Troy and Boston, and Heua and Saratoga Roads for Saratoga, Whitehall, Rutland, Burlington, Ht Albaue, Rouse Point. PlAttsburirh. Oitdensuurxh. Montreal, aa . io. ' ' 3rFreltht Arrangements by llil- route as above, without chance ol Lin. trom the Derjots In Cham bers nnd Canal streets, are at all limes as ravorable as made by ether Railroad Companies The laclli ties of this urest New York Routu, to the Went, com mend it to the coufldence of merchants and shippers ior proiuijiuewiaiiu uiepxicu Passenger Traiee, with Smoking and Sleeping Cars, ruu iu connection on the New York Central Road. For naviculars aa It, local train land freight ar rangcnientij, Inquire at the derot, e. Warren street. A f siuni, auK20 Huptriutendent fUU TIIK WICMT AM) &UUT11. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. On aud alter May loth, liv.l,Ihe tratus will run at follow, viz Ltnve Camdiju station. Italtunore. Ala II, (except hunday ,) ut b 3j A M Kxprcus dally at IS P M Both TrainHKOUIrectly through 1-OK ALL PAim Oh TUK WhSf, bOUTU WieST, AND MUUrilUKtr ton II'.IP PASSUXGERS I let ween l.nltlmore and Piedmont take the A. M, Train, between I iedmont and heelluK lake Ao coiuniodatiou 1 rain, Kmln. Piedmont at 6.40 A M ; and betwteti Oraflouaad Puikcntburg, take the 6 W A. M '1 ruin from Paltiutore Ihe KKhPLUICK 1HA1N leave- Baltimore at 4 to I'. M and 1- red trick at tt BO A. M. Ihp LLLlCOrrw M1LL lUAlN leave Haiti ,..-. .. it n 1 ti li. k U t.A I it ,! J". ij Tl Xt lllUrV HV U SJ Ulll, " (V 4a eJLa.llUW lilW IUU l tV A e , and KUicutt Mills at 7 40 and 11 no A. M , aud S 13 and 7 Bu r St For lurlher tnforraa'lon, tlcVits ol every kind, &c , aily to J 1. f..N01.AMI), agent atCanideu SUtlju, or at tlie lieu I olLce w 1-. sunn, Master ot Iransnortallou augl I. II COI. K, Gen'l Tlclel Ageut JV O T V K "Adams Express Company." 'JhU Oompauy Orttid to thu public Utnijualled AdvuiimgiH tvt the " hate aud(juUk Dispauh" ol Utiuy h itlfihtsi, PackiiKc. Vuluab,tn, Money, &c , o , loall pmtdof the United hiaiei. i:xprkir(iimnd Inmi ihe North und est depail iromiitid arrive tn Washington twice dilly All KjriteH are lu chure of txiictKti anU rrltatU Mea-eiiKrH. All Piu kafiiu for " 1 he Soldier " carried at " One Hall " our uual ratea All goodg tor the so called " Confedera'tit MtaUa," unl nil uiUuea Coutrbaud ol War," will be aa Out KxprenneileuveNew Voikat 1,5 aud rt P U, arm lutf in W HrhlnKtoii at o A M aud 6 Ju P M j-xiMmto It ut v Pi iladelpliiANtl ua M and 1 10 M , ttirhin iu WuAhiiiKioi. 6 to P M and t A M ll-cprt'ieH lime Jsuliimoiv at i Vt A M and J 44 P M , arriving In uhli.gton at 0 A M aud & JO P. M. Lp tMMrj for all points North and West leave WtviiinKtoL nail at 7 W A M and 3 JO P. M hptcUl Coutiacttt li-r litrge nuantitieaol tretght can be tiinde on appliLatton ut una oflice All gidn called lor and dtliMMrdffs of extra cIum n W PAltbONi, Sup rlnteudiut Aduiuii Lxj letht Co. Washington, Auguit W. 'hi augil lta N ATlONAl. MKUlt'AI. IIKflfK, ii.iii.iaiij!.u irs lsu. Tiny il-ftriwii Vurallf 'unuej rjveddy reiitneetl. New Ei'inedies' Lew Charges I BapldCuroal Dlts llltoi lltl.h UUAY are the oulv ulvesl. clans lu lliU oily u ho oau ierniuuentl cure all aeerel dieaxn wltliuui mercury. Uur remedies and treat incut art entirely unknown to all others, and the uiiuy lacihtles aflordeu us by hiMidtal and prtiatu pracucr, in iuu iei.u lureiKU euuniriea, warrant us ill ni'turli i: Ihoeowlio are eutTerinir lroui l.rliule ells eacs that our treatment Is attended with ui usually uioiuoie result. All diseases ul lue tieiltal vr mi,is nluiher of reoent or lot g etaiiJlug eiieh is lnnirilia4, yllhllult(lleet.HtlTolules, tuiury A I ftitlolis, Uhera upon the llody sllill us Ulctratid Mr.' llirout,lltseaaed None, N..luriiul rain iu the Head und Limbs, Iliiuueiu ol Mgnt, Healness, ltlotrhia on the Head and Into and I xtiiintt.ee, rogrrlng ou Mini lit htliil ruUUy, nil ut last thu lialulo ot the luuulli ur the bums ol the mw UU lu, tenet thelellrool this alul oHee Ihu.uhs a lior.id uhluotul cornuloeialii'ii l'rlnrlml oihee Kunuiilh Iteinel.oiinoille Hmith- soulati lu-lllu iuu whiie e haix iliiue- n large- nnd suecesolul lueeliei ler Hie lu-d eleiu jeara.iu the trtUlllieill Ul ail emu'Me ..un.,., Bm murw ., duced liyltit-oM eeliuul imnerul iih)elclans hy Ihe liKlhciiiuiuainu n ul uitreury1aieetilo,untm.ouy,.i K-jit 3 Jweml 4 II I. K ll MH.lJlKIl-. UA.MUll. til at U' eld soldiers, who once sertid, nnd who w nid ilkeineeiNe uKulu,undsr pruwit attention ot eiul-i' aid ounacity aa eiicll, will due call at MJ r .leuill'si lllee To-UtUu' ceriur, or dlrtctto "hltAM'U at ln cilice Unl) ahautlO) ltulltd to till the riglmtiit ed lliaptu, lly ordei ol Capt I'll AMI l'. 111 CIlHt, I urtnerly ul the I irsl N 1 Vu uutturs leptiO-tl lu M nivx, t St vi 1 !) ' el !L i I