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-v. )- tuita )roprty or pataooal Ut from tta lln t itinrg thereoa cretud by thla act. And tveiy peraon or persona wno stall have la hit rOmwiuo, charge, or cuslod y, u; record, Die, or (iftuer containing, or supposed to contain, huj lulormatlon concerning auch property or I ersuual atate. u aforesaid. rliK from aoy (inrtmi who may die, aa aforesaid, shall ex hibit ttin eime at ins request ci tne collector l ilw r venue, his deputy, or agent, and to itny law offljer of the United Stales, lu the per limnnuce or hit duty under thla act, hie 4epalf.ur agent, who eaaydealr to Mania Dm naif, aud If an auch peraon, having In bli iijMeealoii.'cbarte, or custody, any men tec- inl,11Iea, or papirt, ihall reluae or neglect lo exhibit ta aana on request, aa aforaiald, tie null toii.it ana pay to turn 01 are nunareo I illart; and la cue of nay delinquency lt making the echtdut, Met, or etatemeot, or la the payment of the duly or tax accruing, or which abould accrue thereon, the aaeaMtneal and collection ihall be made aa provided for In the general provision of tola acu iVoeU d, in an legal controversies wnere aucn aeea 01 title shall be the enbject or Judicial Investlgs lion, the recital la eeld deed ehall be pre turned to be true, and that the requirement of the 'law had been compiled with by lb oncer of the Government Beo. 113. And be ti Winer enacted., Thai whenever by thla asl any license, du.v or lai tf any description bu beea Imposed on any onpornt body, or proprrty of any lucorpi i atnd company, It ahall be lawful lor the Oom iiilMloner of Internal Revenue to preacribe aiid determine In what dlttrlct auch tat ahall be urrtnl and collected, and to what officer thereof the official notlcee reuutred la the' behalf rhall be given, and ol whom ptyment or snen tax aoaii oe aemaoaeou Seo. lit. And 6 H further enacted, That an Rtilclre upon which duties are Impoaed by the provision of thla act which ahall be touod li me pon-eerlon ot any peraon or peraone for th purpose of being told by rach peraon or per rona la lraud thereof, and with the design tt rold payment of aatd dntlea, may be eels -d by any collector or depnty collector who shall hare rraaon to believe lhat Ihe fame are pos emeod for the pnrpore aforesaid, and Ihe somr rhall be forfeited to the -United Slate. And I bo proceedings to enforce said forfeiture shal 1e In the nature of a proceeding la rem in the Circuit or District dart of the United State, 'or the district where eurh seizure U made, or I ,.vy nthir court of competent jurisdiction cl iov p.riuu who shall hare la his puesee iit. koy aech ar Ules fortbe purpose ofaelllna ihe mum with the design of avoiding payment i if the duties Impot-d thereon by thla act, ahall tie liable to a peailty of one hundred dollars, to be recovered as hereinbefore provided, imonunoa. 8oc. 119. And be tlurtfier enacted. That the pay of the assessors, assistant aawssor. oollac lore, and deputy collectors, shall be nald out ct the accruing Internal dutlea or taxes before the same M paid Into Ihe treasury, according io such regulations aa the Gummletlouer of In ternal Revenue, under the direction of the Bee letary of the Treasury, shall preacribe; and for ihe purpose of paving the Commissioner of In ternal Kevenne and clerks, procuring dies, rtaoips, adhrslve stamps, paper, printing forms nad regulations, advertising, and any other rxpeiiM of carrying this act Into effect, the rum of fire hundred thonsaud dollars be and hereby Is upproplated, or so much thereof as may do necessary ALLOW AXCI AKO DnAWBACI Beo. 1 16. Ami be U further enacted, That from i.uu it-r tb 1 lie ou wbiott tbls act tikes effect tbere thll be an allowance or drawback oi nil articles on which auy Internal duty ur Ux i ball have been palJ, except raw or or unman. ufaoinrrd cotton, equal in amount to the duly or tax paiu tnereon, aoa no more, waeo x iKirted, the evidence that any anch dmy or tax fiaa been paid lo be furnished to the aallsfac lion of the Ocmmlnioner of Internal llevcni e by such perMin or persons sa shallj"fio tie allowance or drawback, and the aaA ,y to be nicertalnd under anch regulaiiolt'aa shall, NATIONAL REPUBLICAN.' t'l.tlaa MM, Mta! aWt, II Y W. J. MUftTAdll fc CO. 1 I -- 01001 N. WlaTON.'lDITOI.' , i a i ' - The publication offlce of the NiTloml Etsroskiutn Is at the northeast oorner of D and jesenlh etreeU, seonnd ll.xir, over w. D. Bhep hei d'e book store, Kitranoe'on Sereatk atreet .jTOaUtt,coRroDoa;. . 1 1 'BuTuK, August 18, 16C2. ThtNew York TfaMt, which I a very, good weal her cook, moving on a well oiled hinge to the sllthtert variation In lbs dlrtotloa of the popular breea'e, gives up, In It yesterday'! Issue, (be wbule oaae for which It has been oon tending for Ihe last year. It admits, In so many words, that the Union aentiment in Se oaaalla ao aaaall, If eve there I any at nil, that It Is not to be taken Into accoonl, and thai t is no longer wis to forego measures to cripple I the rebellion by elrkklog at slavery, opon any sTavo th. loirm Hto .c.-.s- !df' "? . "" tZ Sioa. Ilnjaat'c U Union men at th Booth. The A recent number of the Lynchburg MyWm TtantUy, August 31, 1M1 colic -s th abundano of th wheat nod oat crop la Virginia, and edla that tba corn crop, which also promises to be abundant, la now so far advanced a to b regarded u aafe. What t aas on this point It eonlraed by th Ob M ration ot ear army, ao far aa It ha pro irivaed In th occupation of the Old Dominion, tod thla la specially tro ol th Valley of Vir flute. Th Lynchburg editor says: "The8onth u self etistalnlnr and Indepen- leut of the rest of manklod. Hostile Veet may lover about lis porta and keep out th com- nirce of the world, but still Its granarlea will be lull, and nlentv will abound. We may laugb to acorn th blockade, and yet light onr balllri ana win victories, ana nave pieniy u eat and to apar all the time." We never had any faith la what ha bean sailed the " anaconda " system of crashing out this rtbelllon by blockade and starvation, nor have we ever bad any wish that anch a system should succeed. It was not only silly and Imponibla, bat the morality of it Is quite as donbtfnl aa Its wis dom It Is, at any rate, only in lb last ex tremity, tbkt it can be jutlifl ible to starve an entiie popntaltoo, men, women, and children, oon combatants and even friends. The black population of Ihe South Is certainly friendly, and enough of th white to make at least ball ot the wade. Of lb other half Ihe great majority ar helpless and Irresponsible by sex or age. What a wicked and Infamona con ception II was, to attempt to subject eight or ten million of people, Indiscriminately, under there circumstanced, to the horror of famine. The whole thing waa fortunately a absurd a it waa wicked. To capacity of lb Sooth to produce food I lndellnltely great. A con siderable portion of II waa always food-exporting, aa Virginia and Tennessee, and of lata yaars, wheat from Charleston, Booth Carolina. haa beeo as regularly In the New lor It market as wheat from Chicago. It Is by no " anaconda" process of subjuga ting woman, children, and our own friends, to the torlnres or a lligerlog death, that thla re belllou either ought to be, or can be put down. Th" work Is lo be put down by " advancing and Hjhtlng," by killing our enemlee on the biltle Held, and by receiving, protecting, and chcr shlug the loy al of whatever color, whit, black, or ye'low. Times quote Ihe maxim, it minimis tax curat, (the law does not regard very llttl things,) and argue that If Untoa me xtt al all In th seceded regie, they ar very few la namber, I mm llow o time.be prescribed by the Couim'i - innprnr iirri"' nevvniip, unaer lDeeireoucli d the geiretary ol the Treasury, and the san. ball be paid by tbe warrant or the Secretary ot tbe Tn aeury on tbe Treasurer ol the Uuited Make, out of any money analog Irom Internal ttutle not otherwise appropriated: i-rucltid, That no allowance or drawback shall be made or bed for auy amount claimed or doe Jest than twruty dollar, any thing lu this aot to lb con rmy notwithstanding: And provided UrthT. That any certificate of rirattutck lur lioods exported, Issoid in pursuance of the provisions of this act, may, under such regu lations ns may pretcrited bv tbe &-cietrv ftheTreasury.be received bv the coll. clor or hte deputy In payment of dnllea under tut acu Ana tne secretary or tbe Treasury may make such rrgulatloos with regtrd tn th. Inrm of said crrl'llojte. end tbe ha iloir there. ul, m In his judgment miy be n cewisri: .lud i.roeIrif. further. That In comDUttue the alluw- unce or ore buck upon artlclee manufacture. xcinatvely of cotton wnn rxp.irted, there tball btvtillowvd. (u addition tu tbe three per ceutuui ilmy which shall have been pstd on ucn articles, a drawback of live mills pxr pound upuu suo i arucirs m an cses woere me auiy imposed by tbls act upon the cotton used lu tbe manutacture thereof bi been previourly liald; the aeiountof said allowance to be ascer tained In such maimer as may be prescribed by IheOmmisslooer of Internal Revenue, nudcr the direction of the Secretary of th TrVaatiry, Sao. 117. And U U further muled, That II I a persou or persons shall fraudulently claim i r seek to obtain an allowance or drawback ou goods, wares, or merchandise, on which no in ternal duty ahall have beeo paid, or shall Iraudnleotlyclalm any greater allowance or drawback than lb dnly actually paid, as afore said, auch peraon or persons ahall forfeit triple th amount wrongfully orfraudulentlyclalmed or eoaaht to be obtained, or lb sum of Bt hundred dollar, at ihe election of th Secre tary of the Treasury, to be recovered as in other cases of forfeiture provided for In th general provision of tbl act Bee. 118. And U U furUter aadtd, That lb sum ol sixty tbousind dollar, appropriated to complete tbe tAs capital In New Mexico, by the reconueeciiuu 01 u ici vi uougTess approved June twenty Bee, eighteen hundred and sixty, and tbe mm of fifty thousand dollars, oppru prlated for military roads la New Mexico, by act ol GonxTeas approved March two. elehiean hundred and stxiy.oue. be and th same aie hereby credited tu Ibe Territory of New Mex ico in pajmeui oi we uirect annual lax ol slxlv two thousand six hundred and fortv-eliht dollar levied opon aald Territory under the eighth section of an net of Congress aonrcved August Ave, eighteen hundred aid sixty -one, to be iakn up on account of aald direct tax under aald soi as ihe same may fall due lo Ihe United Stab a livra aald Territory, dec. 1HI. And he if further enacUd, That so much of an act entitled "An act to provide in creseed revenue Irom Imports, to pay Interest on the public debt, and for other purposes," approved August II ih, eighteen hundred nod eixty-ooe, as imposes a d.rrct tax of twenty million) of dollars on the United Slatea, thall te held tn atiborz- tbe levy and collection ol jii uiv to Unt nm 'tint; and uo otbt-r ux shall n irtfil uMt iu'1 by virtus thereof umll tur t,rst diy nf April, rlgufnu hundred and sixty. I'.te, wh'-n the uue shall be In full forte aud effect. Approved, July 1, 18C2. A Btrrtxn in th Wr.nr.-Col. Melcalf, In command at ran, y., aeais justice aa equally us does Gen. Butler. lie has large sum on deposit In tbe bank al Pails, which be haa IrawD from the symptthlier lo lhat partcf Kentucky. He quietly selects bis men, makes lb aaseasTjent, and give tbe eeceealonista tin iholo ofpyIng np, or making visit loOanp Chase. He drew from bis fund 1 1 ,800 to relni bun tba city of Cincinnati for the steam fir ngln boras stolen by Morgan lo hi raid on l ynuiana. Tin Ifuuia Rxouiiruu Saavic. Notwlth standing th large bounty being Mil lor vel knteera for thd army, recruiting for th matin eervlc in sum piece la quite bilsk, especially In Philadelphia wd New fork, lb number at ..eh avernirln Ihlrlv oar wttk. Last wk lllty.four men wer recruited at Pni.ndslphl nd sent to the barracks bar. If a bounty I i ffered there Is no doubt but th oorps will soon l.flUed. WHO IIIALL TAKK UAK1C OV TUB Ulni-IIIOT VULCKTUIUI Itapp.ara that iu the Second regment of o.tr Dlairicl Volunteers, then are n number of men whoee families reside In New Jersey, and la utber Slates, and who cannot receive the beuiOt.of any diAie fund, bcan iliey were enlisted out of th State, aud aa lb Dlstrlol has no legal authority to appropriate money for soldier who do not reside her, It would aeem that their families ar to be entirely neglected. The following Utter from the Oovernor of N-w Jerrey tile th queetlou so lar s that Stale la concerned : Stat or Na-w Jiaur, . Executive Department. Trenton, August 14, 1862. Lieut. Col. C. U. Zuucx, Commanding Seoond R.-almnL D. C. Vulualeera. bin -In reply to your laqulry aa to whether ihe extra pav provided by ihle rttata for Its voluulrers. enures to Ihe lumfil of thoae cttl- ien of thla State enlisting In oiber regiments than Ihoee farm-d bv Uii tiute. 1 bave to an swer f'at the Supreme Court of ibo Stale haa dxculed thai onlv thore eulistiog In the regl- meuts toretd by Ihe authority ut tbe Uoveruor, are eotlilil lo sucn Bounty. lour ooeaient servant, Cuis. B. Ol-DIN. We hope the War Committee will see to tbl matter. The hmllies of the men who compose Ihe District rrglmeots, no m ittcr where they reside, are entitled to our protection and oare, and If the State when they live will not pro- Tide for tbem, th Disliicl should, and we have no doubt will. and that anything they may suffer a a conse quence of each polloy a w may cboua to adopt, can anally b mad good by Indemni ties. Or la other words, that w should prose cut th war against th8oulh just aa w should a war against a foreign enemy, obeervlng , of course, th rale of errlUivd wufar, bit keepiugeolsly la view th object of conquer ing a peace, aod.nol, being diverted from that object by apprekanelec oi Injuring friends who may be Intermixed la lb hostile community, Tbo truth Is, th popular Bind throughout the Ire State I moving with such a realatlsse wave lo favor of earnest measures, that ucb trim ners aa the New York Timet ar obliged to succomb. Th people are too thoroughly aroured to be amused with any nob platitude aa that of restoring Ik Union a It was." TInt see clearly that that unity of oat national territory which they believe to be Indlspeou ble lo national prosperity and even to real national Independence, cannot be restored at all, without crushing thla rebellion, and they are determined that it aball b crushed, even al Ih eipens of " lb Union a II waa," If by that exprmrion I meant a Union la which half of th State shall b slavoholdlog.' That I th " Union aa it waa," and that I what th mouther of that phrase Intend by Ik The number who regard that consummation a pos slble, U becoming null by degree and beau tifolly let. The aamioo of the geographical unity of the country, to tba men hep of bringing back an old political form, will not be permitted. Hre la New England the progress b rapid In the same direction aa that Indioated by the N Y. Ttmts. Gallant Governor Sprague leads the way among th (hitherto) conservatives, u they have been called, and have loved to call themselves. Ttu Boston Journal, ol this morning, repub lishes th following from th Richmond (Va.) ni, of August 13, showing that the capacity of the rebels to maintain the war depends upon their keeping poaaeaslou aud control of their lavis: "Asrumlog the census table to be correct. we now have, In tbe fourteen Southern btates, apwaids or two millions or white male, be twven Ihe age of 15 and SO, and It is Idle to talk about oonquerlug them. They are nol shop-keeps, tailors, lactory-mea, Dutioa-mak-erv, Ac., turned loose upon the world, and forced to enlist from want; but lby an used to handling tne mot-gun ana rine irom in age nf twelve. -Uiaoi. however, thai this eetinal hi extrav agant. Let n wppoee that th age of 18 and 40 abould govern a the limit Still, thla would nol reduce na lo despair: lor, by no rule or cal culation, could our lighting force b reduced to one million of men. '1 bu lone can be kept In lb Held aa long at Ihe North may aseail us. and It will net In terfere with onr producing or ngtlcnltnral pop ulatln. When th prtwnt crop are gathered, the South will not agala reel any waul or rood for man or horse, lnaubwdlnatlen among her black popuWtlon.opon which the North coun ted so largely, doe not rxlsi; our slaves can be sateiy irusieo we management ui toe ooyi under eighteen and th old men, and abundant crops be thus secured while our lighting men are in the Held. 'Not ao with tbe North. Whenever abe puts anyttilng like her military strength In tbe field she Menkens her power to feed her people, and Iboub her whin populallnu In 18C0 war 19.ihki.UO0. agalnat B.TUb.OOl) while of tfa South, aud though she ought, then fire, to be able lo tend out two soldier wnere we cau etna one, yet we question much if she can aeud out her one million aa reauuy aa in Douin can." BY TELEGRAPH. FRO NSW YORK. Ht-crntlisar mttiteJr VmUfor- m ha I Bttmmrr Jturthtr H'ar JHtttng. ' Ntw You, August 20. Then will be no strainer for California to-morrow. If the Cbamploa arrive in season, cwlll probably sail on rnoay. N,w,Ybat., Angus! i9.-K-onwg tu very active. TV 'Commercial MvtrJHrnit the 3 note of th oily and Brooklyn, a wII as th Ut at larp, will be Ailed without draft. Naw You, Aigust JO. Arrangement are mekag foe aoothtr mooater war Mtlag, to b bald within a lew day. Naw You. August 20. A aabaorlptlon for three million dollar In seven-thirty Ti Maury Ota was opaaad at th Snb Transvy to day, and soon 104 op at four and!! pnminm. Tbompaoa, vrouer neaaea to list, aaa t balabo wa aooa teken by leading banter. rtM HJUlnUSaWEfl. Hauuantmn, Aug. 20.-Thirteen fall regi ment bar already beta sent forward from this 8' ale, and It It expected lhat 38 regiment will b ready for the field by th Sid of the present month, and If th time tf draft be ex tended to th 1st of September, lb neoestlty for special draft will be avoided. TIE WAR IN MISUwCBI. tttporttet SteXtral MHfemt. St. Loom, Auguit 19. Th city waa fall of venue rumor, jetieroav. mat a ntnt occurreo on rridav latL near Lexington, between about 800 Federal troop and th guerillas of Quas-q till, Uaye. and ungues, in wntcn in rtaerai Tun ronioa Stsjip Ccaaxncr. The mann- facturer of postage currency will begin to deliver tbe bill to Assistant Treasurer Cieco, In New York, to day, and will continue to de liver tbem at the rate of 827.000 worth a day, Tbe bills are about a quarter as large at Treas ury notes, and and are of four denominations: five, ten, twenty fire, and fifty cent, rerpeo lively. They are to b Issued In sheets of twenty for th five and tens, and sixteen for tbe twenty fins and firtlet perforated, like pottage stamp, ao aa to bo easily separable. All are formed of fla and ten oenl stamp, th five and Una each consisting of a singla (lamp with a large circle on each side containing th Roman numerals V or X in geometrical latbework. Ibe tweuly fifss aud fillies sre mad by over lapping five or ten cent stamps. The groundwork of the fives atd twenty fives i yellow, lo pnvenl photographing, which would be easy with the brown stamp alon. Tbe green of lb teus and fillet It not readily euoceptible of photographing. Of the daily latae, 20,000 bills will be fires, 20,000 tent, 32,000 twenty-fires, and 32.0C0 Kile. Mr, Cisco will at one forwtrd them to Washington, whence Ibey will be distributed among tbe Ai titianl Trteaurtrs, under such ngulation as lb Treasury Department may prescribe. Tub Atustio Mohtult, lor September, la a pleasant and Instructive number. II give It renders sixteen articles, among wblcb are two valuable scientific papers, on on "Cerebral Dynamics," by Dr. Isaac Bay, and tbe other, entitled " Metboda of Study 1 1 Natural His tory," from th accomplished pea of Frofeoor Agasttz. ' " Rifle Clubs," by H W. S. Cleve land, la full of Interest, and Is, besides, an ao tuallty, at this moment of universal military enquiry. W an lo given the 4lh chapter of Rev. Mr. WeWe ' Horror of 81. Domingo," to wblcb an article by Mr. Higglnson, called "Gabriel' Dtfit," an account of attempted Insurrection by Virginia slaves, In 1800, I an appropriate pendant. For tale at Shllllnglon't book store. were repulsed, but no official advice have yet beeu received. Penger by the Faclfio railroad, however, reoort that a flghtdld occur on Friday, In Jack- aou oounly, about twenty mil southwest of ff Abl , t. Muaa . ..f i1iwt1a Ph.ltlna'a and Crittenden' regiments of Slate troops, 800 siroeg, and about 3,000 rebels under Qosnirlll and other guerilla chiefs, resulting In the delal of th Stat forces, with a los of two hundred killed and wounded, and two pieces ot .artillery. Th official aooount an expect ed today. Th lion. John B. Phelps, Military Governor, and W. F. Swilteler, Secretary of Blate for Arkansas, left yesterday for Helena, Arkansas. Col. 8. McNeal and Col. Gotttr bavt been promoted to brigadier generals of tbe enrolled militia, for gallant conduct In the recent battle with th guerillas. Ltxnoroii.Ma, Aug. 18. Brigadier General Lao I here with reloforoemeatjy rendering th safety of thla place certain. Th gunboat Warner, which can do valuable service In protecting th city in cat of an at tack, it also her. Some of Quantrlli' general order have been founi near hen. They ask all persons wishing to escape being drafted into th federal army to join his camp, when they will find arms and ammunition to operate against tba federal troop at every possible point. They also stale lhat every man who I liable lo be drilled Into the United Stalea army, who la luund lo be going to any federal military poet, or any person who la known to have n ported to auy military post the wbereabonta of the Southern at my, shall be shot wherever fLUnd; also, nay on known to have paid money lo the Federal Government to exempt him Irom military duty, la liable to have bis properly taken lor the tu of lb Boulhern ainiy. These order emanated from tbe commander of the foree noognlted a regular soldiers by th rebel Secretary tf War. i From Gen. MoGUllan'a Army. Arrival of a Portion of ' tbe Atmy at 'Old Point. Foxtmss Monkok, Aagust 19. Yesterday, a bridghig cumpauy arrived at Hampton, and at 12 noon had the old bridge made passable and a new pontoon Dridg complete aeror isamp ion ureex. Gen. Porter's division arrived at 6 p. m. ye. tenlay, and pitched tent for .th night two miiee tnis stae oi newport news. ' The rear of uen. alcUiellan's army completed the craning of the Cbickahomlny about two o'clock p. m. yesterday. The Geuernl was tbe last man lo croea. The pontoons were Imme diately moved and tent down tbe James river The army baggage train was twenty five mill long. Al 10 o'clock 1'ii morning,.tbe Fifth New 11 unpabtre regiment was snipping on board a transport at Yorklowu to parte nukaowu to tneni. The whole movement of the army that far hat been conducted In perfect order, and without accident or Incident worth mentioning. It is understood a portion of the army la to ahlp from Yorklowu. a portion from this place, and a Doruon to remain on in renmsuia anove Hampton for the protection nf the hoepitala and public property In that vlolulty. . From IVcLHlivllle. NEWS ITEM8. Col. Cotcorsn hss concluded to furnish Ih material lor, the publication of hi cxperieno In Southern prisons. I Two thousand two hundred of th rebel C kronen In Oamp Dtuglaa,Cblcgo,have pro rttd against being exchanged. Ttwy begin io na in Xante mode oi lit tog. ' - ArroiTwo. Bradford Rlxford, ol Wisconsin, ha been appointed special agent for the deteo uon or iranss in to renston omce, tinner tne act or July 14, 1B6Z. The Untun Convention of Delaware yesterday nominated William Cannon for Governor, re nominated Hon. George A. Fisher for Congress, and passed reeolutlent condemning Senaton Stulibury and Bayard ror tympathltlng with Iraaton. Dianiaittp. Cant. Lvman M. Ktllogg. of lb 18th Infantry, ha been dismissed the service. h having tendered hi resignation while under arret! for drnnkennes and dKobedlcno of order. CiviuiT Ricxom. In addition to th Visual Eersonal examination, all cavalry reornlu will ereaftet b examined a to horsemlnthlp and a practlctl knowledge of th ordinary car and IRWIUBI Ul UUIBTS. A PiTHirrxa m Duticoltt. Mtl. Folsom a paymaster of volunteers, wa arretted on Mooatv ntgnt lasu ana eonnoca in toe uia Capitol priaon. on a charge of withholding coin in ni custody from ui ireasury, wnen re quired to deposit it there. II I now out on parol to enable mm to aeitu nu aocouni, CoxTHCTs AwAnoxD Tba Secretary of th Interior has awarded the contract ror cement ror Ihe Washington Aqueduct, to William N. Beach, Prealdent of the Lawrencerllle Com pany, New York; for bricks, to Daniel Wormer, or Albany, nw iota; ana lor tana, to u. t. Jackson, who wet ihe lowest bidder n spec lively. Wao aaa Abolitionists fTh provision embraced In the Constitution of the United State and the fugitive slave law wen the only securities and tafrguardi for tba perpetuity ol Ainoan slavery in tne eontn. me nceuea 8tati a having repudiated the Constitution and Government of the United States, bave virtu ally, by their own act, abolished African elavery. CbHttia Banner. Raroanu with tbi Aavr. It seems to be generally believed around ua that the Govern ment will speedily be compelled to follow the example of the rebel authorities In Ibe matter of rigidly excluding newspaper reporter from our armies, we anan not pa surpruca on learning at anr moment that, for insurance agiuat the imDioner deveiooment of move . . - -- . . t ... - mem, aucn an oroer u issuea witn reterenoe lo those now with th armies of Gentralt Pop ana ttcuieiian. Caadweter lemtberm weflr. A Utter from Memphis, dated August 12, to the' THhifne, gives Mm Interesting laelt about th Dgroe along the Mlselsarppl.' ,W append two or ibree paragraphs: t " ' 1 ijout ititTUia in Dalx rucw. Negroes bar arrived at th camp line round Memphis from Florida' and Louisiana They ronnmut thai th slave an just begin ning to learn lhat th " Yankee soldiers will let the black people como to them." .One old negro from Florida said he believed It was trne at soon as be heard the tews, and started right on to nna the plsce where the xnkees were. lie neiieve met many mora win ioiiow nun. uompanie or naves an aaiiy arriving irom th surrounding country, and destra to go to th " breastwork." Their matter an greatly disturbed, and often follow their fugitive prop erty to Mempblt, and apply to Qen. Sherman for relief. The eommander ha hit noon a Capital answer to Jail Inqoirlea after runaway negroe. Tne master it nierrea-in tao moat IndlnVnnt msnner, to tbe United State marshal and th fuettlva slave laW a the wave and mean provided by the Constitution and law ror tn return or rugmre irom tervice. mrjRo vEnmtivn. Boat that' have been eogtged1 In coutlng trip down lb river give tirange account or tn iat oi tnmp uetweea tuia piece nna Hsfens, especlslly about tbe mouth of the Ar kanau. Negroet, It I stated, are wiling lb ante on th deserted plantations, In soma In stance aa low a $5 a head. Tbev ar all represented to be bringing In cotton that ha been bid away In th woods, and selling It tor fifteen cent a pound. It It laid that negroe pull from their pocket roll r " green-backs," who, are unable to distinguish on hundred dollar note from tens. ' WANTS. WAa'i'hD At ihs Oeviraeeat Hp!'l far the Insane, oa the Anieo.ua llsliat. opposite the Nsvr Yard, utellloat Dlagls M.u to aitena npoe patlfnii, one Utter, two wooaea t eook and and l.o 10 wstn Oood wtgsa are gtv, and tbe ltustl ns sre hi allhy, peira.aeKt to these who eon diet well, aad tvery way dt'ahlt. O. II. WICIIOL8, aa 10 lot 8pt!tattnt. AvlfstU small convsalent HOUSE, or pari era lionet, for aptna.aeat atd prom psyhigttaait Ad insj r. 0,t Vy6Hoi Ottos. ie-ir - WANTKU V eompstaat iWOMAM WtaU n plsetd a. honsskeeper trnni ttri gesteel Froteitant ItmUv, oare. Add sm "Hot, keeper," at this, 1 M WARTKD-by a lidy. a silastics a .letehsr of taerla (snd Ihs ntaal braaoa. of edasstlott It astir d) In fastily ev school. The be t f reier snses altsn aad rtqalreJ tPlteje natress lauaa dlallv,stallag parbealan, IUV. CUIS. bTEK, Ho U, Wsahbuua tus.t, Boston, Mass. W A NTs: D-At Ihs Rsw Toik Kmp)oynM AgeaevOaea.Ho lit Rtath street, near Pn. avteat, 1 whHIT-VIVBCMI WHITE and OOL OBkD OIBL8, tith ge,itteiMs, as Oeat,l Chambtrmatat, Lanndreness. Wsltressse, Rnrsst. and ttstaistrrssea. AlaoyenngColorsdMonto wali oa tablet In Private rsnUllts er Hottla. Also wanv ed hoosst Immsdlstelv , with er wlthont Keraltur. ntafioyeitia want ei anan neiff,wui nna it tetastr advantage t in-u , K. H. MltXtB. A Ruaioa or Gt. Buutsipa Tixtsa Gui. MoCLkLLtN't Commind. A dispatch from Fortress Monro lay then It torn talk of Gen. Uurttlde's taking command of Ibe army now under Gen. McCleluu. That a portion ol this army must remain oa th Peninsula, especially between Uamptoa and Yorktown, It evideot aa there are twenty acret ot land covered by hospitals at Hampton, and a railroad It now being eomplrted between that point and Fortress Monro. MIHUry MoTfhviU la the West. NtsnvrLU, Angnst 19. Morgan li reported to bt at HartsTllla with 1,800 men. The train which left Bowling Green tbl mvnlng haa arrived. It mt tba up train from Netbvlll at Red river, and exchanged passen gers. NuaviLU. August 20. Owing to tba ru mored evacuation of Chattanooga, and move ment of rebela toward Kooxvlll and Rich. mond, then la great activity ben in military clroles. Troop at a constantly arriving. A dlinatch from Adiutant General Tbomaa lo Governor Johcion sayi Union East Tennea teans are held In confinement a prisoners ol State. The Governor haa a corresponding number of traitors for exchange. Picino Railroad. Under th authorltv of tba aot of July 1, 1862, to aid In the construc tion of a railroad aad telegraph line to the Pa- oiao ocean, in aeorewry oi in interior nat appointed the fallowing named gentlemen to be commlaeioners la conjunction with the other commlstlonrt named In Ihe act, viz: Btmuel J, Ti ton and Henry V. Poor, of New York: Wm D. Grltwold, of Indiana; RobL W. Latham, of in uMirict or voiumota, ana m. u. n, nrozen craft, ot California. Gen. Baku. General Bank I gradually recovering Irom the Injuries h received on tbe battle-field, and It la hoped te will noon I able to take lb field. II any one doubt, d General Bank' military ubill.y, they are for- otirsuenc a. no man oouta nave managed trooii be tier or bsbaved braver than Msior General Banks, and th oompllment paid him by General Pop I duly appreciated, no leas by hi men than himself. No man haa had more bitter eoemlre than General Bank, vet be bts withstood nobly Ih storm that con tinually gathered around Mm, and be hat now, by' fib brilliant achievement, stamped himself aa un of tba most accomplished military lead er in in u moo army, no matter in What po sition he ha been placed, be ha oonduoied himself like true gentleman aad brav aol-dir.-Or. PAlto. Prut. lurotTiirr RiroRT bt Hon. Ravxiurr Jo aox.iN RtLAnna to Gxk.'Botucx' 8zDaaav The Hon. Revtrdy Johnson, of Maryland, haa mad his report to the Government ban, upon the point iu th administration of afiairt la New Orleaa he not long since went thither Id investigate, and the President haa approved lit conclusions, on and all. Mr. Jonnson recommenat me return- to the oontnl of the Netherlands of tbe 1800.000 teized by Uen Butler In bit handi; also, that the 8716.197 detained by Qen. II. In Ibe band ol the French consul be forthwith relinquished to him. Also, lb return or the large amount of sugai and other merchandise seized by Gen. II, In th bands of Gretk, Ilrlli.b.anrt other lorelgn merchanle domiciled' lo New Orleans. Mr. J. Is understood to bavesbowo oenclnaively that these several aelzurei cannot be Justified uy any law, me uwa oi war inciuaro. CuitLts Citt CoutT Hovti. The court house I a very old structure, built of brick and covind with tlate. Itwas erected during Ihe last half of tba seventeenth oentnry, and contains the oldest records of sny otber county in me biaie. i regret to say mat an unae old books, lib the records o! real ettatt title end other rapen, which mutt be of gitt Tain to tho onuutri , have been wanton y scattered In cot in Ion ab nt tba prtmltft, overing th dooisaod dooryardt, and are aluoet wholly d' atroyed. A more imprrtilve thlbltlon of the destructive effect ot war c aid scarcely b traginea, man to tee tnoee oia ant coeritbea bioki of record and title ptper Dsttered to tbe wind or troddan under loot. Some'por iloo of the rtcord data back to 1800 and 1078. and exhibit torn neat end tnsiterly specimen of penmtnshlp. Chirooal carica tures, of fierce and mustacboed horsemen, or namented the whitewashed walla, evidently Intended to counterfeit some cavilry officer of the German persuaalon. Tbe pnmlaes ar thlck.y overgrown with rank weeds, and ne glect and decay arc stamped on everything trouod. I cannot persuade myself thst Ntw Kngltna toiaier wouia n guilty or luon Tan. dallem. Oar. -V 1". Timet. AnPAUt in East TuiKXsua Th Louuvlll Journal publishes ' aa appeal for East Teo Dessee," from which wa make Ih following extraofa: " The rebels lu East Tenoensee are now mora active than ever beten In the work of perse cution, robbery, and murder. Their conscrip tion law respect no political opinions. Union men an lorcea into in rente ot intir army, or, oil their lefuaal to aerve, thrust Into prison or aliot. The new crop of wheat, but lately harvested, I being threshed b men pressed Into the ter vice for that purpose, hauled to the railroad or to lb mills by pressed teama, and carried out of the country at last aa possible, and tbe owners. If loyal men, are left without the llghtett hope of compensation, .The let! bushel of corn and the lull pouud of meat an often taken from the families of Union men. who are thus reduced at once to lb verge of star ration. " Nor la this lt. Women, children, and old man are dally subjeoled to every anooyanc and Intuit that a brutal aoldiery can devise to inntci apon inem, witn no mean ot aeienut or redress within their reach. Many, In attempt Ing to escape from their home and native val leys, now lorded uter by hordet of hated la radars, an captured and Imprisoned or bung. Some reach Kentucky, broken down by tbe hardships and privation! tf the journey, and in a state of utter deetltutlon." WAIttlaarsTOH aTKM aTACTOaV. t, ,' ' , I WABTCO-M fttttAM t lean I snake aktrta. A parson aaa, la a short Haw .stake, par weak, rnsa It lots. Io,tre,fotaranus,utttlevfthit, WswsSsMM wettM AMHOUBI WKUYttD BxrcRiurcieo ARuufcuia wiu and in- ployratnt on lauasdiats app leailoa te uui o. nsjiMi, tang a-dtMth Ueat. Col, Oom'dg. nlhy m ratlona per dty, and RKOBTJITS MTARTaD' TOM rot VHtttO STATtS OMDKAKCB DtfAKIMUH. Kate of Pay: , RlnaRAKTa aaa nee nunlh aiui lis tatsoas tiaa Corporals 89 par fjidioia riiraira, isi eisM, til per ssonin, i rauaa pv usr , and tlothlsg rnvatM, ad elait, 111 per mth,l ration per day, aauelotbl.t ' . Ttna of eallstent.thrss years AS- Apply at the Wsshinaton Arsenal. aaf t dMIIh Lleat. Col. Cort'dg. ArUKNUIIKU BOD8K TO LKT.-Th. eont tollable aad atntly larnltned Honts, Be. at Hlsaonrl avanae, Is now ror real. Fur terms, npplf ttbepwndtix, Istfit 1 lUL.I.IttJrOH' oataelCBT. I' Wusmtoi,D. a,AnbtlM,1flA iNoTict to I sr PAVtss Tls tstts lor iei nsv sen ixtd at ssveaty flvs -nts on Iks oi e hnndrtd orriuiAh. UgAtxioAnTtas PaoruiovAL Baiuiou, WAsmxarov, Aug. 18, 18C2. General Order No, I. I. The troop of thla command will drill roar hour eeth day, the time to be regulated by tbe respective brigade or regimental commanders. II. A school of Instruction, in accordance with th tactic prescribed by the War De-parlm-nt on the 11th Inst, will be Instituted In eaoh regiment, and dally recitation made. III. Captain Carroll U. Poller, A. A. G ,1 charged with the organisation and ruperlo lendence of these schools. IV. Tbe Brigadier General commanding 'en join upon all th officer and Midler of hi command a alrlct attention to all their duties, In n other manner can they to well exhibit the patriotism that Impels them to go forth In tbe defence of onr country and II Institutions, than by asqulrlug a knowledge of Ibdr duties, and by a cheerful will to perform them. By command of - Brig. Gkx'l Silas Cujit, HtstT W. Surra, Assistant Adg't Gen'. d'.Uara A eieocnnt ot afittn iiareeat. 1 1 allowed J near lbs law anltl Ihs last dty i.f Hep saahtr. In nnd das hills er oertltostss of ladtbiedne-t of thla eorporatlon of tht denomttetlou of ava dollars, and Treasury notta 1 the Uslttd 9 ales, ate etoes wriTBon in imsanrni 01 x. The abstbi,l herein named will net be allotted apon tha tense eternise upon the property n rsedy le arrears lor leans lor gsasrai parpows, uaui snen nncarsgt Is paid. n si. viAuii, an V Stawlw l8tar.) coileetor. flAKB AUD Pl5 BAKERY. GT. KAHLEBT. OAKK AND IMF. BAKEI1, Cor. if Seventh not Uatreste, (ItltndJ nraDSettntlv lavtlea Ihe atttatlon or oltlune. sot. ill rs nnd satLla to blr nnilTtlled Cskes aad Pita, lis Is prepared to lar lah tbem lu any quaatty au at pr.ccs to suit pnnhisers. an 1b, A TTsXHTlOll slOLDIBRn AND MrT- J3l LEU8 UavlagJutaoniplaleJ ear aortnatnt ofCaeip annular, wo wt.nl now rMpiouu'iy U rlteths attention of holdlers and Sutl.rs. Uaras. srtment eotsprls a la pari Ihs following Camp gl DU., T S I Caaap Chests for rsetn of from four to six, Csmp Tables, Usnip Htools, Canip Colt, Camp Ifatlle..., with all oth. r artlctca ol G.ntp ttrnltars e.lttnlsttd lo ak a tolttltr oomfoabls. All ol nhlch wlllts sol nt in very leamt euh p leea at UkCLIt WILLIAM. Ko. iu Sevtnik sttaet,eri r D.H .L F IV7 BOOKS POR AI.B BY II CLA1 BTIKIt, fa garatvn St., orr. P. O. AUKU TUk pib at); or, Honth in Stenislon A DuTiNOcmatp Vuiroa. It Ittald that th stood aoa cf Ih Emperor of Russia la to visit the United States at an early day, by In vitation of Minister Cimeron. He will be n tbuaiattlcally received. Tbe young grand duke is named Alexander Alexaadrowlloh. He waa born on lb 20th of March, 1818, and Is therefore seventeen yesr or sg. Ua holds th mlllttiy rank of Colonel of tht Penlatlaff dragoon. Guiiul CoaooaAX at BiLnuoat. General Corcoran arrived at Baltimore yesterday morn ing, and tu nut by Msjor Chipmnu and Mayor General Lcakln and General Mayer and Usyward, who welcomed him to th oily, aud accompanied him la carriages, which were in walling, to th Kutaw Uouta, where he received tbe citizen yesterday afternoon. At 8 o'clock laat night be addressed a large meeting of riehaMU in Mooumcot tqaar. Tut Paoru or CoLrarxa. Tba Star lays that Dr. Garctlon bean testimony to th kind ness of the people of Culpeper in lurnlshlng vtrytblng that laid In tbelr power for lb relief of our sick and wounded. lb "Army of Virginia" correspondent of the Philadelphia l'rtu tells a different ilory, at follows: " When our wouodsd aoldiara were brought In from the field or battle, no bousss wen thrown open or a kind band oulalde of our troopa waa atretohed lorth to give tbem a glass of water, but. on th oontrary, they met till continual ralutals, nud In in.ny easss with sneers lhat 'jAOkson had made hi mark op thm.' If our woundsd aoldter dpndsd on receiving aid or comfort from the people of C'uloeper, thsy would literally atarve to death." .ajaVOen. Lane baa an lead al Lexington, Missouri, with sufficient reinforcements lo In nn th safety of th plac. A United State gunboat li also there, wblcb can nndar valua ble assistant) In ou of attack. Vira from MUbel Sourtt: MxktrBU, Aug. 18. Th Grenada Appeal, of the Hih. atate that th Federals took posse dou of Bavou Sara on Monday, th Ills Intl.. selling an tne sugar ana moiaise ana quarter ing a garrison mere. Alto, that the nbela hav beeo reinforced In Arkanaav. that th ordnanoa store hav been Increased, and that Gen. Holme bu aaaumed th command In that State. Th Appeal contain a long editorial, In wblcb It mis : " Th uwr we eean lo look for foreign or European intervention, th better for all ooncerned." Tbe writer also designate Vallandlgham, Wood, Pierce, and Seymour, of Connecticut, with oine half a dozen other promlntat men, th only true friend th South can count upon In the North. ArroixTMurr or MiDamrnxK. Th Presi dent, la accordance with the lata law, bu appointed lbs following named midshipmen, be being authorised to aelect two from (h District ol Column!, ten at large, and three yearly, selected from boy enlisted in th navy: Iv Ltaoa-Wllllam V. Hall, of th District of Columbia; Albert F. Unblnson, of Ntw York) LyuianO. Bpaldltg.or Ntw Hampablra; Tho. U. Wallet, or uonotellout; Edmund M. Smith, of Maryland; Down I- Wilton, of th Dlstrlol oi Columbia; John E. Pillsbury, of Maasahu sstts; Lewis W. Frost, of Massachusetts; Ed ward I.lrgae Amarr.of Massachusetts: Hotter! . or Illinois. Uklisvid Bovs Arroiirvtn. Thomas 8. Flood, W.liiam L'oatss, Frsdsrlck U. Wis. a aar- Hon, John 8, Phelps, Military Governor, and William !. SwltaUr, Secretary of State of Arkansas, left SI. Louis on Monday lor Heltna, Arkansas. A ton oyouglass Jerrold enlisted a a pri vate soldier, a lew day ago, In Buffalo, Gw. STuautt Weapprebend lhat Brig. Gen. S. D. Sturgls, late tn oommand ol th troopa In th vicinity of Alexandria, will toco be order ed to lake the Held al th head ofanuodlvUlon of veteran troops. He la proverbially out of tbe belt offlcora In the teniae, and will doubt less give a good acoouot of himself tho employed. Hi-toht or tuc Black HoiWHCN. Mr. D. 0. Ailing, who has just relurnid Irom Virginia leurntd from the citizen of Wsrreoton tome laqis relating to the rganlzttlonof Ibe famous Black Uorae Cavelry ' a band of mounted Ethels wmen nas Dean very emcieoi m tne bueneu dosh Valley, and ha dona much lo lotpir our artiv with a sort of terror, or dmlrstloo. and to gira tba Rebels oonfidenoa In their own commander and troops. It it stated tbil for everal years prior to lb John Brown raid, a society called tbe "Black Horsemen," txltted at Wamnton, embracing the leading slave holders of that town and others lu Fauquier county. Que condition ol membership was slavaownersblp. The members wen bound to mutual aid la defence of th Institution and peculiar "Southern Rights" generally. This society was to Influential that it controlled tbe GolltIO 01 in locality, no one not Buosono g lo It constitution could be elected tootle Ibe "Black Uotae" wa understood lo symbol- Izt tb negro the slave; and thla waa not at firti a military organization buta wont po tlllcal club, Ilk lb Knight or the Golden Ultcle, In tome reepecla, and perhsps affiliating with mat rlteosivo society. Alter tne rniu ui John Brown, these Black Horsemen appeared as a military body, and embraced tbe whole district of country. They were brought out to defend Harper' Ferry, and to help bang John UrUnandhlsasaooIatea, !fhn th war opened, tb leader of this d gave notice that h Intended to fight bit ilea oa Sunday, whenever he made an at tack 1 aad ha dfrd all the people .to unite onTlhat day in prayer for the soecaat of th Rebl caute, ao that peradtenlun they might be Invoking Heaven la hit behalf at the very tiold wbeu hi m-n were charging the Union army, Th people iu that sec Ion an all fa uatloal la their hatred to the North, and ndhe Iv to the cause of tbe rebellion. Tbe "Black Horn" it negro I h emblem of tbelr falnVaod tny cling to It with romentlo davo Uoa. The sentiment In tba Valley of Virginia la lb eanUmeot, oi Uo rural slaveholder throughout Uw Bo., OKF10IAU DcrAamniT or Stat, IFdiUnofon, Jan. 26, 1802. Th Secretary of Stale will hereafter receive members of Congress on botlnen on Saturday, commencing with Saturday, th fint ol next month. WILLIAM H. SEWARD. Nolle. Men of color, who ere la'favor or tmltratloa from tht Hulls Urates, art latned to opta eorrsspoodtnos wlih Bv. JAMbH MITCH rl.h, Conttila-i ner of Kmitratloa, Wathuigua, 1. C , alio nlll aid tnem to all imprmatiou 1 hla hU power touablng Ctnt al Ansnoa, Uberia, Hay U, tr loaaw. an It-it o her propo,eu sttUemaols f Aeglo Afrtaansi rrdMiaobia, v. v , AUgaat i, isoi, A-Wsum'i Pntgreaaof ainver; er tbls wsra art Tor sals at tba omas ex AtssWJiean. Psmphlst edltlo puyua, la Btan, U .seats. Bonn a Qrent Paaiaa.vlvntil-a llnaila The utte t and saleat touts to tba Norlhwaat and lonthweat Iwo throush trains dslly.aad oosoi Sunttsv. Soldiers' tl.k.ta st Gov.rbsnent reus to all tbs prinolpsl polats ra tbs n orth and West, ror llokttf and intlhar laloraasMon soolv nt tbe offlce ol too "Ureal rsaDsylvaala Ilonle." bcrtnsat oornar raonavlvaala av-nna and aixlh ttreat. nadar ria. tlonaiuiM. Offlo open trtm J n. m. tot p. m-i on buadays to 4 p. m. ci- v. auaiun, aag 8 ly Agent tl-LIUKAHY UV COIOHKILJulv at. man 1 bt Library of Coogrsts will be tloattf Irom oair i,i io avui.uiucr 1.1. JOHN O. BTEPUEN80W, Jy II Librarian. AO-Dntekalors Hair Uvt Tt Best 1st ih Wend Wliusm A. BatobsloTs aeUbraisd llalr Xtft prodaoes a color utt to ha asUUngninb fron nata'st wsrnnted not to Isjnr th ltalr In tht icaar; remedies tot ui eaters ot nna a te-i, sou lovig orales the llalr lor lift. OBEY IlF.b,or KU8TY llAIR loatantly tarsa a splendid Klaok or Brown, laavlag the hair soft and beaatiral. Sold by al' Drutglrits, a. aa-Tba Otaulaa It tignsd WILLIAM A. BAT CUIXOU, mllu four nla oT eaditoM. rsetorr.H 81 Barrlay ttrcst, (Late 293 Broaa way aad 10 Bond j New York my SI ly aor atMclnl woslea. On and artar Tneadav April 1, Ittfi. tbt tnlns on the Baltimore nod Ohio ttaJiroan will iH.niu-.noa ruDuiHB uauj, loaoiiaxi axoepta-IJ leaving Uila Station at T.40 a. m., and ooaneetiag at Wa-Junrtoo Junetlon with Mall l.l- tn .11 n..l. nt !.. tV-u-r -u Wh.lla., n Farksrabarg. larouth ttokats told and btiat ehstkad. w. p. aurriv n. or Trantportauon B, a o. K. k. apl-dlf StaraOlobs snml Oeorgatows or the seventh ward (l.lsod) who lall u reoalvs Ibelr psirs regalarly will ohllga lbs agsnt, O. 11 llaliikty, by laatlog uotloe at Mr Shapberd't bookators , corner Ssves lb and U atrseta whsn all d.Uuuusno!ea will be promptly atlsndad u. - an-Dnlom Prnyer Haellng- The Union frsysr Meeting will bs h.ld every afternoon this week, la New York Atsnos efcuroh. (Bav. Dr. Onr ley's,) eomounelng at I o'clock, and continuing ons hoar, Jf IlKtiHalUaV-U'a SBA'rttntJr dvumo, " , 1I1K HUB AT UltKErlO OICLUBoLdS F.XTBACT UUUUU, UKLatbOLU'S KITHAUI liuunu, T TIIKUUkAT'olUKKTIO -r..-1-e i.nn..a vtiUlllTI Ullflllll UNbHDUD XVA1-VA "IM111-..L.-- lUb UUaVtVt VUls.iwl.I-i AmI ft podiNtBiltioHiO ttmedy tot UiMtorUM Itlftddcr. Kkldor. ' UmvI, Dwjty UinoWnkiM, And all Pwmmi uf lu Urlahuy Orgftu. SM4ffttiMieiiviBft-xrtiwrMluftti. CaUtcml, ata1 aiuv tn thai tsaWdMalaTiBl at tMaOi. " fitwmt tfmmutftm fr Tfint Uy Kisttud Kiik. Ort of tb most atlno.Ir worki trcr ibiUhl. rriMtOenti. tEB MI8EHABLKS-B- TltHor IIpjo r.tttM, CoMaU Uhl Mftria-Din Ut. tl madid. l-fkt M mi a voIuom Tba grtau.l wofktvtr pablLhid by thti popular aa- ibor. J TaKHUNCHBlCKOrNOTEKDAMK. Kotra sUana da ruit uy VKtor II a a ft-toa MMBtl. UAM8 OP ICELAND) Of Tba ItoMcm of tha , AinD-uf vieier tiuga. rnoa u attic. A HTKANOB STORYlrlo Uonti with four iti trrTiag a novel, uj Sir K. Uol wtr Lvlion, iutl,(r ot"Wi.at ttUlba do wlih.'T',l,V)aiin1" ha. GKKAT KXl'KtTATIONS-ByChirlft DIoWdi f I vol. ; paiwr eo ar t V0 ccafi. laUVL'i I. A baft WON-By Mri. D. E. If. Soutb- worm, i wo toi.; ppjr aorar t iwt on vol., altrb. l. 'Tbl abova Ittoii.toirethcrwUh BLANK HOOKS, HTAT10NKRY and all Rood, uioallv kept by ftcottitlari, for til by i II CLAYaVniR aol.-U- riSavaaUitfOpp., toatomea. mo BUlliDKH riRALEDPROPOBALfl will ba welrf?d un II lao'cloa. ta .on tna Aih di of Ausriut. atitti ftr nlftf f I g lb North Watt Kxttvtiia Bulldlag (War PMita?ai ) ai'iaai 'lata aad fMdflf atloni aaa b- axanlafd f.om th mi af ihU usatb, batveta tba boar of V a. n, and ftp m., at rm of John Tout. , Cbli Clerk nt tUa War Dapartmaat. Budt r. will auta ua lima bv whl h ihv Drouoaa to pat ha .valldlag mdu roaf af tin, aad tba lint btn tliay Ul aoniplita tba wbola vin In awarding tba oontratt tmw will ta co.Hdcrad a wall a. aaonav . Tna blrlfl wl 1 badlmeli4ltAthiil!aarUvof War. ana atdomd V ropoaal. for Euiarglag War 6: flea" Ina riant li rrurradto rtlrat anv bid which for auy aatui It aball aot ba daaaud for lbs loterrat of tba OoHranant to acaapt. an r td PUOPUIAL.S VOR LUMBER. an4 Diror QtrAkTatanaaftwa Orrioc, ti 6 O, coma Utk r', WAiBikaT,U. 0.,Aaia.tai,lo3. BalltD TaoroaaUa will b rcotlrcd at thb offlot ai tu iviu'day, Aurait tha aith at it o'olcok n , for dallrarlng in tlaTcliy of Wablof ton, at uoh a podat aa ih lapot Qaartarmatrr nay diract fit hundiad ibotmod (totiO'Ki) ltet f Lainbcr, ot tba foltowlor bind anddetoilplioo, viit too (ton rt 4 4 (I Inoh)c04ut,on CalUoia. (Whlta Plna ) . 6f ,70 ft o (,' lnob) coaunon Calllnga, (Whit Floe.) 41,f6iS feet aToiit.a byd.iaf at loog.flXemloek) iA.idit JoLt.t bvit.lCft.t loDat. Ineral ek.( 'e,Mfft Joat.tt bye.Ufeet lona, .Bamlook.) ajtai-u iw botBiuoir, ay a , a ibi iuog, 10.MA laat bcbllinj(,a by 4, 14 fut loog, (00) (Jo) ftjua itatfioanillnc.tbvl.ltiaatloaa. idn ) AU tba atov dtaeiltwd to b good nartbaat labia lDmMr,iuJot to tba Itwp.ctlrfH ot an agent, ap polo ted uluapirtofthiUormeat. All tba lumber ta ba da leered w.thln taaoty-flva daya after tfgnlng iba aaulrtet. sTroroitJi from dittii pvU wi I not bt orUred, An talb or allenlaiio lu tba united Sutea Govern m'ntrouitaotxmpaayaaob prouMillon. Tba bllliy of ihe bidder to All the contract, ehould It b awarded to blm, mutt ba imaraetied by two io oa ap f tie rerpoatlbltliy of th cnarantora mitba bown iinoai oiti rkapotiktbla paraou, wboaa algnatarae are MRUni IU IU lUlllanWi riiarefDuulblUlvoftli bv thaoiflBlsUcwrtllloat of the clerk of the neurttait iiUiiioteoartorof I ha United Btataedtirlot aitor nay tiiddert tntut bt prant In penon when lb bid j-. ODeaed. or the nroDocaU w ill uot ba oontUeied. . ...a. I . f..-. nem j .oak., a i a ruvtuinoB uuith ut u itiu TOpOttl iv-utma of a nrm, tie nnun Th lull name aiid 1 e mmtipu-aria ihe propoul If th OUliiaeda In bv-uitnaoia flrm. ttanbiui of all the putlea u.ut atp ar, or lb bU win ba o'nutds ed aa th laalvlduafprooeii ul thepaiiner signing It diMitM, in tba aum of five thou taiid doilari, signed by tu oontraotor aad both af bu guarantor)., will ba required of the aacoiful bldJr apon elgnfag Uiaoauiraet. . t Tha right toiejeataay or all bldt thituiybe dcomea too hlglwe rtaarved by the Uapct Qaarter nutara. lalonnal prcpoiela wtllbe r.Uctid. Prop, ttala naat ba addrciud to Capt. KDW'D L, IUU1 1. Ami. Qaartermuter. U. &. Army, WmIh lagton, i. ii , aisd ahou 4 ha plainly narked 4,Pro liotwle lor Lnuiber," bm QuaranUt. W ,ofUu ooaatyof- ,ixi 8taU of-, and olthjaounty of , audHtate of ,do bnbvguaranttlui UabUtoininitbeooLtraet l aoooidaao with tbe Urma of be propoeitioit, and tbaihtvBldliiprpoeiUoa U aoovpted. be will at onoe entrr luto a oontraot la aooonlauiu Ihvrewith. HhouldUiaooatraUtteawerdedblui.w are pre pared to beeoaaa bis eeoarltlee. (IV IHMIWHH latithl UW aywT U" trairiUJj pal above naitUoned ) bsVtfT 'A a. IIAU -. fcu.i-wt Captain and A. t U,U d A. J KDW'sDL. IfAUTZ.