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dV ' ? zc . n !" fcTU-' ... -J bU44IJ !., "J- A"VO 'T ' ' . & VOL. U. WASHINGTON. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1862. NO. S71 mw w Mtnmf! nHOroiALs ro materiau ron. t M NAVY. il Matt DirutHMi, AyrioM tf Cmdrvaim. de. Sept, M, IMS. SCALED FB0P0SAL8 M forakh auterlals for ike nirf for Um AmsI year ending aottt JniJM, mil ba Roetred it this Bama urll o'elortT. M. of lh.3HtOotob.ril.lt Theee Ptopoaals tsutbe nimti" Prmulitw UurtatafirOt irtBtrtn Onrnorfm' to , that trey any be dutlnfalihea from other business letters. Tht ma'erlsls ant articles' tabraatd In tat classes osmed r particularly deecrlted la lb. printed nrwdules, unr of which will fuialehed to two u dult. tooftr,o upeUeallM talk tcaauaandanti of tha respective yards, or to tat navy agent ateiest thereto, and those at all tat yards, apoa aipUmllaa to this Bnreeu. ThlidlTWoa into slsseee being for tlic eouTeninsi of dselars In each, aaah portion, oalr will bo furnished u ara aetaally reoolred bids. Theeoassaadsntsndsuvvyagtatofeaelista lion will. In addltt-m to tb. icbedole of abutee of their ownvaids, hav. a copy of the schtdales of lb other yatac, for anamination only, from which It any be J.dged wbatber It will bo deetrsals to make erpiioaiion ior any or in Classic oi inoae yarn., Offers nait be nlti for tba wkola of lb. class at n Tain aooa on or tba mated anneal dalte, or la strict oonformlty tharawtth, or tbty will not bo eon sldired. tn oompatlaf tba classes, the Draw stared la tba oolama of prises will M the standard, and tba eg greg aa of tha aloes will be carried oat atavrdUg loTrwprlMaitataflTT - , ,lv." Th.iootraetwlll be awarM1 Ufa towns! tea Ht bidder who irraa proper security for In faint nil Tbe United Brefantefvwtlu right to rrjiet lu una no. lur Bar via.., ii bribn eaurima.l All artMlaa nut be ol tha Tcry bart qiality, to be dillrired lathe navy yard la good order; aad la lultabia TwaaU and twfatM, nvptrlr raarkM wtth ma nam. or tna ooatraotor, a. tn. eai r tha ooatraotor; as tb. eaia awr ba. at tba expense aad risk of tha ooatraotor, ana In all iwmii .nblMit to tha lBmMlaa.'inaaaBiaauBt. conot, walght, to., of tba lard wlma taatirtd, aad to tha intlra MtblaaUon of thtoommandaw th.raof. Didder, ara t.furad-totha eomauadaataof tha rarpaatlr. yard for nmpl, lurUaotloai.ior par tleatar dawrtoil.'n of tha artlolM; aad, all othtr thlosib.iDSrqntl,pr.fwaneaTfUI ba glTtn toar Ucia. of Antno.n mar araotmrt. Ercrr offer, a. naalred bT tha law of 10th Ant net. IMS. rn.it b. acoonpanld br a wrlttaa inaraattt, to. lorm oi wa va n nvrewiia aiven. Tliort onlr whoM off.n mar ba tootpttd will bt botllled. aoa tit oontntex win ot forirardid a. moo qairtdtoezicatawlthla tan days afttr Itt rtoalpt at th. pee: offlo. or "btt agcarar namtd by tha. oar.twl IB om IOU BiuovBt wiu om nvii. iv BIT Ml nam from lha. nU&OUBt of tht bllll Mntll tht esOa'TACt htvU biTi btn oompttudf &d lUbty per entaa of tch blll.mrproTtl .trlpllMU byth ojn&utd- 4otj or let reiprouTi Jim, wiu do )Bia uj in dbtj ftffcnt a.tths iflntioi ddllfrrlD MrilflofttM ol In dtbwdocit orTrfMarynottitftt th optlomof (be OoTcrninent. .... . . It li iflpalatcd tn tb contract tbtt If drtnlt b OaftMbyib partiet of tb flm part rndtllmlof til nr inv of ih rt folia manilonad tn tBf (mJM bll rbr In tba oontraot, of lbqilltaod at tba itm aM vitrei abev provldtd, then, and Inlbatcate, tb oaotrtotor and hU tarUri will foriil aad tay , to lha Uolid Biatti a iam of montr aot xctdto fwiot tb amoant of ch elut, vhlim miy br r ccwred ficratim toUtnt, tcoordtax to lb aot of Ocustwf la that ta pKT.dtd,ayproTtd Mareha, ua Id c1.ui So U and I bow foltovrlof , If a qautlty in ftdjailon tqnti t . tb fie of tb Oawtraet la d sundid. IX la to b famUkf d on Ilk Uim and con dl'toni dorlof tb fltoal tar fbrm of Offtr, attiJcb trim a Aim mat b tU1 by all tb nwrn fcvfl 1, , of . , in lb- SUU of i bcrabj t.it to farolsb and dl(Tr In tb ratptetlv navy crd all tb aitlolu named In lb oUmm berainu anst xrd, igisablr to tba prorUloti ol tbi ahtdui t litre ror, aud U cnfonnity wtib tb ad1Uineftt bf tbi Uur.-ucf CotimctloD,o o a3d Septtm nr. !(-' fibcald mr offer b acMDfed.I rquMt to taaddradat ,and tb ooatract ltnt to trt cavy afnt at , or to . for slgnatur fibular, t B Dam. tPitltAUl Tb Kibidtile whloh th bidder aelo msit ba nuitd ta iii offr. a&d MCh of tham aLtTMd bT btm Oppoa ta moH artlol la tb Mbadato tb ptioa moit IHI tfil. IO BDlOIUll IWril'V UUlp IM Uuia wu sp f itch olMt, and tb ameont likawb writun la arordt If lb partial who bid do not raatda near th aIim xh.ft. tha. tvrtlfilu vr tab dtUrcrad. thT DtDitmcii Inihrlr offer a pericn.to whom o.'den wai tluin are to b d.!v-Td. Form of Guarantee. fUaud.elined, .of , In tha Blale of . , nd of , In tb State or lurch t ftuarantf tb.t In oua the fbrfgCnx bid ol . . ,. iorm.nirot iba oluiea theiela aamett be to rcpted, he or tby UI.lthla tn dtyi alurtbe rtotiit ot th owtraot at tba poat offloe nemet.or outv egeot doiifnatid, vxecat tba contraet for tht lams, with f ootf and ufflclent nretlea; and la oaee ma - (DKil !! iu vuivr inw wHirsoi mm oivrrj i.i ua aTUB.Fntv tataaki. sood tha tUffarentM ba twted the effor of the laid and that whlO aay t Mtapted. aiinitorMoftwoiaeriutori,! jf! VmU. Wllnee I hereby ceitliy that the abou named - are know to m m man of property acd able to make good tneirgaaraaT! eiraatnte, O. H. Date To t iiiTQtd fy tb United Stetae di-trlct Judge, United 6utu dutrict attorney ,oUeotor, or nary agent Sutract fram a law of the Unlttd 8taU$, approved crordir or any Interest therein eQilibetrauterrad by iha party i itUtiua towbum eueb oontraet or order may ba glTen to any othtr party or pinlej, andtTrtt any inch trasifbr aha 1 1 cm. th anunl iuetttor ,hj oontrjci or order tra&aferred.aolar u the Unttai Staua ara canoeroed PrMiU, i bat all the tlgtMi oi action are heieoy rtseiTtfd to tb Unl tedtita'cAfor anycieacli or auob oootrart ty tba oontraciing parry or partlei. Bto. IP. Ani 1: it further tnadtd, That wAenerer toy contraut r tor iu&bwi nct cioiuiohi airait m mnoliUnlmaaliiOAa M war, and for Try docrii tton ot auppllea for th army or navy of the United dte'ee ibali be found guilty by a court martial ol fraud or wilful negltot of duty, be iba.1 be pun- i.ha.,1 hv flrto. litioilaunmerit. or ineb other ttonlih aitnt aa lb court mmial thai I adjuage; and any cciaon who ilutl ooatraot to furnliU auppllea of any kinder dtaoilttlon for toe army or nary, he ihll b deemed at.d uien aa a panioi ine iana or navai tvirna nf tha tJaitad Htatea for which he ehall oon traottofnrDUhuldiuppUea. and ba eubjeot to the rule end repYlatloot fjr the government of lb tana ana navai iuicae w 10 uaw pmki. , Tba following are thelaea. required at the re pcctiTe navy yard a SIT1 EKT. MAINE Cim No 1 While Oik Loga; No 1 Whit Oak Kiel; No 3 WhltaOk Promlaeuaua Timber; Np a rt bite 0k Plank) No e Yellow Pint Loe:No. 7 TUowI'ln B.aiua, No 8 Yellow Pin Hat ir.d Hn.r Timber; No 10 Whit Pine Maat Tim ber, No U White Pin Plank andTBoarda, No l& Abl'tank and 11' a -do; No 14. White Ah Oara: No 13 Iltckery llutta; No 16 Blaok Walnut and Cherry No 11 Oypreie: No. 10 Whtt OakBtavaa andUaadlng; No h. Blaok Spruo; No S3 IJg oumtlla. N U Iron: No. Sfl Steal; No 97 Iron Bplku. no .8 Iron Nalle wrought and out; No M Lvdt No. 81 ZUo and Tin: No M Toola fjr Stor.a. No. 81. White Lead; No. &7 Zl&o Palate: No e4 Oolorel Palnia, Dryer; No 89. Llueeed Oil, Turpentine garnish: No 41. Olaaaj No 43 Pitch, Uoain, lar; No 44 OH, Tallow. Boap; No. 6 Mijlliinoua Dry Gooda, Hair Cloth, Bblp Chandlery for txin'truallon. Olaa A Boiler Iron aud Biveia, O. Lard Oil; F Ulaoallaneoua Toola for Englneera; U Cooking Utenallt, Btoree, Ao , n Flax Canvaa: 1. Oonon Canvaa; P Twtnu, K. Leal lur: H. Hoae; M. Bruahea: N. Banting. Dry Qoode; O LanUrna.Q bpm01UR Ship Chan. dleryfor atoret and equipment: d. Btattoneiy, T. Fire Wood CHAnLESTOWN C1.W No 1 Wtlte Oak Loga, No 2. White Oak hetll'leoji, Na. 3. White Oak PromlMuout 1 lm tit: No 4 Whtla Oak Plank; No. e. Yellow Pine Loga, No 11 Whit FlneLogf, Plank, and Doardt, No la AahlUgi and Plank; No ta. Black WaU nut.ftlabrgany, arid Cberryi No 18. Locust; No. 10 White Oak Btavet aud Headlnff: No.M. LU- DumrltBi No. St. Iron; No S3. Stetl, No 27. Iron . rintkAdr No 8 Iron Nalla. wronffht and cut No. W Lead. No 81. Zlooand Tin: No fca Hardware; Ol -IUV A BtU'Wi .w wta vuivill e wi,a'i.i , tivi ii 1 Indeed Oil Turpentine, ani Varnlbhj No 41, .11 Tl.a iul..li. Fin Rtt rAlnai4 lalaia llwu.w. Ma lOata; no ta riiou ana uwiu, iu i. ruuun, 1 allow, aud Soap; No 46. Mlboallaneoua Dry Good. A Boiler iron and UlrU; B Pig lion; (J. Lard Oil, D Uolicr Felting; C. Gum Packing: V. ftlho.llaneoua Toola for Englneera; O Cooking hten.lU and Biovta, K. Flax Canvaa: I. Cottou Canvu, J l-lax and Cotton Twine; K. Leather; , Uoe, M IWu.hbi; N. IlumUg tnd Dry Gooda; O Lanterna; P. lar for Bpewaik; Q Sperm Oil; 11. Ship Cband'cry ror atoree and aqulpmenti; B btatl.nttry; T. Fire Wood; U. Ox Uldoa tot roj.. BBOOKLTN, NEW TOHK. Caw No I. While Qik Loga; No a. WUwOak KealPleoei; No. 3 WbltaOak promliououa Tim. ter; No 4 'Wbif Oak Plank; No. ft wtlt Oak Kneet, No. YaVow Plni 1 Loga; NaT Yalfow Hoi ikanu: Wy I Yellow PlatVut Tlffltar; No. 10 WaltaPiM MutTlmbMi Ro. II. fThltaPlni Lot. PUat, tod Boanwi no It. Whir, oak Board. aadPlaak; Mo H. A.h Lot. and I-Lor." No. H. AakOan: No. lllUckorr flatl. and HaadiplkM, No. it Blaok WaUat,Ch.rrT; No. it. Crpnai; No. 11 Looa-tiNo la. whit. 0k Stuxatid U.idinf ; No. to. Blaok Bpraov No It. Otaar j No. IL M. hoiiaTj No. n. Llcannrrltt!; No. K. Iroal roaad, flat, aad tqaart; No M. Su.l; No. M. Iron Splint; No. n. Iron Nalla, wroaaht aad cat: No M. Ltad; No. n. ztao.TIa; No. u Hardwart; No. M Tool. iorerM,oi no. aj. walla Litia: no at. una riUt: W..H. C.londrHoo, Drr.r: No. It. Lin M.d Oil, Tarptatlnt, Vara lib: No. 41 Ulaiw; No. ta Fltoh, Kotin, Tar; No. . FUh Oil, Tallow, Boap;Na. 4. Mhoallaatoat Dry food. ; JLBolltr Iroa aal Blrtta; B. riflrooi O. Lard oil j pr Boll ar Xalllaf ; B. OanTTaotlni :i r. Ulmliaaaoaa Tool, for Entam; 0 Coolinr OtaaaU.,' Itoraa, Ao I H Flas Oanraaii I. Cotton DaaTua; Jj Twin.: K. Laatbari L. Hon: K. Bnuaatj N. UaaBaf and Ohaadltrr for itorta aad Halptaeatii B. Btuioaary, lrffir.,rfouii. FBILADELFUIA. Clu. Ho. I Whit. Oak Lon; No I Whit. Oak Kaal riaottiNo. I. White Oak Frooikaaoa. Tim ber; No. 4. White Oak Plant; No. e. Yellow pin. Plaak Btaak Lon: No. I. T.ilow Flaa B.ax; No a. T.U.w Pica kaat and Spar Tlmb.r: No. 1. Whlta Plat Hut atd Soar Timber: Mo. li. WVolU Flaa Lon, Plank, Board., In.: Na.lt, Aah Lon aad Plaak.; No. 14 Whlu iihoan: ma. Is. While Heart Bukorr.Oapitaa Bare; No le Mekoeaay, Black Walnnt, Cherry; No, li. Cypreet, Cedar Board.; No. 18. Lootut; No. 10. Blaok Spraoa Spar Trnbart Na li. LlfaunTlta): No. sa. Iron; ronod, fiat, and toaara; No. 2o. Steel; No. si. Iron Spikae; No sa. Iran Nalla. wroaaH aad ant: No. 8d. Lead: No. H. Zlaa.TIa; No.ai. aardwara: NoM. Toole N0.M Oolored Palaw.br j.r;Na la. Llaat. TupanUaa. Varafh; No, 41. Olaai; No. 49J : ur.ralai Nil. 44. riih Oil, Tallow. Soap; li at lanaatou. Dry '(food., hair, cloth, aad oraioni: o. eo iruteMBUiiiD ei .inereeat; Na.M OoIoredPalat.,prj.r;Na la. LlaatadOll, rnu, NO. 44. .ad Shlo unanai.rr ror oonnrveuonr a. irow sireia wr Boiler.; BPlflroa; 0. Lard OU; D. Bolkr Fait lav: E. Q EanTliirtra: O, eraeama, jmep.ii.n.mi. iww iui cookiatT uttnnu, srorce 'at.; it riaxCuTatti I. Lmtber: h Bo; Ooodi! O finrm' Oil; B. Ship Chandlery for Stort latlcniry; T. Flra Wood. Baulnnunta; S Stationery: WAftlllHrtTON. OlaatNo. 1 White Oak Wi; No. 6. Tallow Pine Plank Stock Lo;N. li Walt Flaa; Mo l3.Ach Flank; o 14. lah Oare: No II. Hlokor Ban: No. t6. Black Welaot; No.lt.Otpme; No 19. 8 1 area and Haadlnn, No. si. Poplar; No. 1ft. Iroa; No. 28. Btael; No. S7. Iron Splkea; No 18 Iron natlaj No, to. Leadi No 81. Zlao,tln.oldert No. ao; Hard, aar: No. . Whlt Lead, No. -7. Zlso Faint; No 18. Colored FatnU: No 8'. Llnaeed OlIeTarnlab; No fl.aiaai; No. 41 Oakaa; No. 41. Pitch, tar; No 44 Brown Boap; No. 40 aUaoeUaneona Dry Ooodj.flbJp Chandlery, fro., for eonatrnetloo; No. 4B Ta&kaaad OaUeya: No, 48. Ingot Copper: No. 60. Chain Iron: No fil.rolea: No 61 Buoa; A Boiler Iron and Blreta; B Plf Tron; C. Lard OU; D. Bol r Keltlflj E. Qora racking; P. Ml cttlane. ooj ngtneri Tooia; u uooKing biovm, ito , ji. latbrj L. Uom; at Brtuhia, N. Banting and Pr GoodajP. Gaa Pip for iteamer fitting, Q 8 perm Oil: K. flhlp CbandUry fbt itorta and eqnlpmenta, B. autlonery T. Fire Wood wp n-iiimwi. EDUCATIONAL. NEW AND 8IUPLiriEP METHOD roa PI ANO FORTK ATID 8INQ1NO. Profeaaor ALEXANDKK WOLOW8KI. FlanUt ana uoapowr, nai raranwa irom io uoaaua juxdi bttloa.andopenaaeourM fjr tb Plauoaod Slog la b bu New and Slmallflcd Methoi. Bv Prelee or Wolowrkl'e eyatam. a pert wabaTlngoaly a alight kLOwUdge of mualo will bw enabled In a very ibort tuntorad mniitwltn great facility, and txiome operane aa wan aa ciaaaioai mar wiid tbi ptireo lion At to th Total pan, by hU way of rooallza ilitn.haarrlT at moat extraordinary raanlu. reft- dun tha vlo oawerful.and enablta the eloffer to Toealli with raoUlty. acenraoy, and Bo qaaLty of ton, rroieawr noiuweai imwitn ihhwi amy Iron. 3 to 4 o'clock p. m , at bit retldenot. No 461 Tenia atraeit Detwevu a. aavi ; tap ri-in QHKOAKAY INBTITUTK YOXJiyo'taA-OIEN, 119T avad 1SS0 Sprue fitraet. PBILAPELpaiA. lhe regalar ooaraa of Inatruotlon embraddw tb Engllah and Frenoh Language and Utcratnraa Laan, tf require A -and all th oranchee wblob oon atltnte a tborougb EngUah and Freoon cduoallon Pranoh h thlanguag of the family , and ta don atantly apokea In the Inatltntion. It U the objeot ot carUoolar attention, and la taught from the rndl menu to the hlgheet oonrae of Literature and Com poaltlon. lhe Mholatlo year oommeiioe Baptember lath and oloaea Jaly let ClroalartaliOeiOan be obtained trow ' ' MADAME D'BKRVILLY . my y-a Principal of Chegary InaUtut. GKOaQETOWN TEMALEBK1UNABT , MiaaaiaaaoTin'e A BOABDINO AND DAT BCUOOL, 181 Wttt Strut Tb dutlea ol thlt Intlltutlon will b reauiaed 00 the Ith of September. Otroulan may be obtained atth principal book atoree In Waabtugton, or by addnaung tb principal. Uttg t0 11 Qm awl ePiliaUanUTHa. Olx-olo Inatltutoi FOU YOUNG LADIES, No 1 K8taaaT,NatHaCiaoLi TERMSiper Quarter of tea week: Quarter eom mrno ng at tb dat of admUlon ElemenUrr Claiiea In Eng'.lab 84 00 AdvanoadClaaeeeid JCcailih Llteratui and Bjletoe l&oluded ., v) 00 Elementary C a J -a In EngUah, Frenoh, and Mualc,..., 12 00 Advanced ClaM In Goglith, FreiiOb, and Utulo ........ 18 00 Extra otarg tor Spaniab German, Italian, Latin, ana viacr uD.a lir 7 APPfiME vlll lr Leeturu. and otlurwii? aabl, whenever he oan apart time from hie medical V' UBS. A ZAPrONE.l pr,ncloala Dtt. A. ZAPPUNE, P"n01PW- DK ZAPPONEoontinuaa to aollclt the patron- nr thla aammnnltv In hie Drofeealon aa a Plml- eian and Surgical Den' lit. He will atundalmoat so naively to oflls iraoloe,and will, therefore, be found at the natllnte, or In that v.clelty, almoat at ail iiour. - LAFAYaCTTK IFI lITUTK. hah I Mtwmmt.. tinttvaan lllli mud latli One of tb oldest, raoer tnorougu ana moi awjjnLi BOnOOlt lor ionog i.awa ana buni in iim oi'j. fttnetoa ooinmnow September 8th Tnltloa ao- ooroing to age ana aavanwmeui. au 13 au (.Star L, 0 LOOM Id UIBST CLASS BOABDINO HOOSE. The nndenlgnedbege leave to oalllhe attention of mo otiuena ana traveling wDunHniij iu iu uuu be batjuit opened for th aooommodailoa ol gentle men and ladle, with day or taoie brd. Tb Heme laluraUhed In aplendld atylo large airy rooma, ohambart. and parlor. Tb table will be Supplied with all ihe dellcaolea of th teaaon. No pain or expeon aball be apared to give aatlifaotion to all who may patronlie th houi Strict atien tlon to oeder that may be given lor dinert, io j at Unlive and obliging tervautt Hon eligibly aiiuatad on th corner of Tfttntleth and F Btraeta weat, lately occupied by Surgeon Gen eral Lawaon M-tf OKOROEW.OWKN, Formerlj of Baffilo, N T, BAHNES & CO., aax saixAtix stroot, UKTWBEH If AND IS STREETS, laTlte 111. attention of 8UTL.KB8 ami DEALGBa to their Knteniite filook of Ooodi narUeutarly adapted to Salter.' wenU.ieleoteil wltli the (renin oare, and now offered at low piloa tor oaih o6oPW!tas, rBESEBVp MHATS, KBUItS. KISU. rlUll L. KB UA1 Aixrte, AIM SOOTS aid 8UOr.J, aad a general auort mentor auriuo." rieaie li. m a o.ll UiBNEa a CO , est Ninth nret pe w JUST BEOEIVED OOB NEW STOCK OF FALL and WINTEtt Oloihlnf, wUth wa are elUaa at Terr low prloei, at L A lleall A Co , No Ml Saveatli elreet, between I ard K. Oeme one, oomo all u L A Beell A Co . to (et jour Clotliliif , For nUhiai 0idi. Trunk., Uan.and Oopi, Nj U Bit .nth riHtkln,n I .lid K. Nowt.th.llm.tO bar rour Clothlni et I, A Bull & Co, No Ml Bit talh etteet, between I A K. Eeptelel atlentlon 11 called tn oar new aioek of rail and Winter OlotUluj, UtuU FurnUhlai Uooda, IlaU, and O.p. I.. A BEALL CO.. Clothien, No lei Strealb itreet rbo tbaapeet Clothing houja la town ii at LA. Jl A Oo't , NO Ml Seventh rtrtet, tat. I and K VKW MUAVa.finiW OARB, warn IUITUI, ana. Tia waTI NBWl.OHDON.HOBWIOU.aodWOBCtJirTB " BillT, (Saaaay. Cxoepted j At I cr.loek, r. ., noH PIKE al N. , POOT OF VKSTBT SlkCBT,' Tha aew and nucnlfloent iteamer CITT OV BO j' TON, wai. wlloox, oonunander, Iron Naw York Taatiayi, Tbandayi, and Satardaa ; aad front New London Monfayi, Wadnatdayc, and Fit dare. I Tha new aad numlooent ataaaur CIT t Or WBW YOBX,Tsonua a. Jtwatt, aoaiaiin4er, from New York Monday., Wadaetdayj, aad Friday : from N.w London Tnaadayi, Thartdiyi, and Barar ThtM two aew ittasan hit. boaabnllt txpreati) for thla ronto, with all modern lawtorenanta, In oladlnt Water Tlaht OoBtannMsI. and kit tht oalTtteanun trer onllt for Lonf fjland Soaad with thn ntat llre.pratarrtneT lmproramentj Condnoun aooompaay tha tteacatri aaah way. , Paaatnf en proceed froai New Loadonl lauia dlt'ily oZ arrltal of Itaamert.by EsHaai True to Boaton, Woroeaker, Lowell, LawraaM, Fllohbnri Naihna, Concord, tha White Mooatalaa, Aoj Ao. Pimaaain reteibu from Boaton taart tha rMoot of the Boaton and Woreeeur railroad at t.aP, H ' Worawur 1 F. at., airlrmi at, New London I Jt FrtlaM taken at tia Lowett Katai, aaj dlllieru in nortoo early the next day. . , I State Bootni la abnadanca oaa ha had board tteamari, or at tha Boaton or HewTorr oUoea, U aaraoea. L . a. auaiAAn,ataat ntiy-tf FMH.IN. TASUTJD LXXa-Ca7".y. Pattangw Train laart ta PaToaU Ferry from loot of Chamber, trf. at fbUowt.Tlit ! e.oo a. m Hall far Danktrk and mtarmedlau eta Uont Thla train remalnt orar night at Elmlra and pro oaedt tha next morning T 00 a. m. Ezptaat, for Baffilo and prlnof pal In termedlate eu'loai " aooa m. Mllk.dallr lor OtLvlU and ...tana. dial itatlona t 12 16 p. m. Aoconmosatioo, dally, for Tort Jertu and prtnolpal rtatlot AM d tn. Way. lor Middle town. Nawburah. and la ermadlat otattoiu. j a 90. m. ir nt txpreei.aauy.iOT xnnkiyK, um fiUo, Cauadalgna, and principal tiatlona. The train of flatuidar rnna through to Baflklo, bat data not run to Dunkirk. 7 00 p. m Emigrant, for Dunkirk aad prlualpal at tl, fiat Tba Ezpraai Tralna eoauet at HorneUfrlll with raUroadftrBuja4lo,atElmlnwiththCnandalgua and Niagara Falia Kailroad; at Blnghamton, with tb Hyraonea Ballroadj at Cornlag with th rauroad for Koobetr and Bairaio: at ureat Bend, with th railroad for Scran. on, and at Buffalo and Dunkirk with ihe Lak i bhore Uallroad for Oleretand, Clnola natl, Toledo, Detroit, ChloAgo, to , and tb Canada rauruaui. CflARLl?8 MINOT. up II Qeneral BupertntendenL JUST rKYOUftNEWBTCOKOFCLOTHINQ lrom ih People' Clotielog ttore,No 460 Bar enthatrcet,nearF. They out wear anything you an buy, and tbty are aold to cheap at J. IL SMITH, No 4M Smnthatmt. near F. I would adrUe all to oome and buy their Clothing at SMITH'S, No. 4N Beraath ttt. If you are wit you will oome to BKlTl 1'S, No 4eo Barenth itrett.naar F, opp- alt City P01 1 Offlo. to buy yrur Clothing, Fn.Lhlog Good, Trunke, II at a, and Cap. Tb PEOPLE'S CLOTHINGTBTO&E. Nj. 400 fttren'h atreet, la lb beat plaoe la town to buy your U.01D1DR. inrDitumt vvWi aruou, oi, wa ChPa J II flMITUCO,Ototh.n.M0Bernth atriMit- , Oa1 bood and ttm our uw btctk of Fall aad Win. tar Clothing, wbloh we a re teltleg at Trylo w price. at lb PEOPLE'S CLwTUlNQ BTOBK.Ho u& Bevanu. eiraet, scar . GreatattraetlouatNo 4 8iTathtr--t New took of Clothing laitarrtred.and aaUloi at out otual low prleee. J U. SMITH h CO.. Clothlert. No. 4U Seventh etreet, and vomer Twentieth atreat and Pena arena. (Irs it harvalni In CloLhlB. farnLhlytr OoodJ. nui. uai a. uooie. an, anwi. on iu oonicr oi 1 way , ---, :. : -- -rTr im m. .":.... tleth atreet and Penn. arenue. om 1 11 m v jutwuiKii, run kbiu, vuii a wcu tlelh atret and Penn. avenue , I tb obapet plaoe In town to buy your Fall and Wlati r Clothing. Call atth Vlrit Ward Clothing ator and get vour jrau ana winter unuuni, uai. uare. nooia, ini Snoea. SMITH cO , Clothlera, cor. t wenuetn atreet ana renn. at VIR8T WABD CLOTHING HOUSE, earner iweniieia iirce.ana rsuiuyiTaoiai avenua and Hboea cheap, dorner of Iwentlatb atrett aud IDS QUI OUT TVUT VIU1II Hi HBU. ViBDI. OWIIi Pennaylvanla arenue. e it-8m rNUUCUMKNTI TO V01.UNTt.BIMB, MAToa'aOrrioa, Watthlngton, September 1, 1808 Tha undersigned commit U to enooureg volun tAiar anllatmantMundArth ant aDDroved AuUl 2d, 1803, entitled "An aot making appropriation lot bounilea to volunteer enlUtmenti'' hereby notliy thoea Inter eaUd that they may be found at the oCBae of .homae K. Llojd, No.47t Sv(ntb atreet weet btterces E aud F atrteta north, from and alter tbi day. to earry mo effect th provlsloni of tb above recited aot, where arrangement will oe made to pay ana restive ine nonuiwa oHarvu vj um burvvravi.ua of Wanhington Ited Grd do ralelng to thlr full ocmpleuttnt of men 10 OOUnueut UBUr IUU mv UJ hiihi aaau in airai ana ceooii vuini. ui'uu.uiiiwia menu, and then to th fonnatloo of other and idol tlonal reglmenta TH03 K. LLOYD. Board of Aldermei WM W. RAPLKY, Board of Oommoo Oouncll prTEu r. bacon, a jm,tap.o .. u-v'vio, On part ol Cltieeat RIC1IABD WALLAOH, ap 8 iuwlw Hayur F UKRITHUKI FUHHITURKI MoOrocor Oo. AT TUGIK EXTENSIVE WAHEHOOUS, HJ Sereatb itreet, OFKtK INDUCEMENTS toiur bartnof Fu'1.1- ture eta o n r iiobKie.piDa tmu1. nu. it ck U Litre and atlcd Parlor Saltea In Brtoatelle, Hep, and (lell Cloth Cbambtr Betu, In wild O.k, Walant, Mebcteiir, eod ralnte.1,neatljf ornameated Oik, Walnnt, end Mahogaof Kxtlnilan Table, and Dining Chain Superior Coned ITalr UattreHei, Huik aud other U.HrMIt, Alio, a large quantity of low-prloid Ued.uaJi, Chain. Teblte, llanaae, Wardrobei, WMhitandi, OS a Furnltirt, ta. ill of which are made Irora tbt but materUU, and warranled to glre eaUilaatlon rmoei furaUhing would do wall to look through the itooi Detore pnrcnaitog, aa wa are eeuiog at pride to lolt the tlmei. " alcOBEOOU A CO., oot 4 eodswlf (10 Be.eulh etieet man ii to oivh NOTlcic, what tn. IBUIVIUIW U. UWWIM. HVU. HIS Ulfiwi, Goart of Waihiniton oouotr, in the DleUlot of Co Inmhli l.rt.r. nr iulmlnlitr.llOD ID th. rernonal aetata ofE Itabeth Frln, late of Waihlngton CUr, dioeaeea. All pjmai naving oiaimi againrt tut laid deeeaied, are b'rebr warned to extilbit the lame, WIIU IU. TilUVU.r. lU.t.ui, u Ml. . ?uun , nn nr h.tor. th. fjurth d.T of Oetob.r next : ther mar otherwlie, by law, be anoladid from all b eoedl 01 ine eaia eeiei. A tilT.n uoder mi hind tbU foui lb day of Odtobr, ADltal. IQNATIUFBIES, ootl w8w Admlblitrator flTATKH HOTIUIC. In couirQueaee of the lownen ol tba watir la tht aeneral IUierrnlr It will ba neieieary, onlm gnat eoonomT of water U priettoed, lor tbe QOT.mmint eoon to abut off the lupply to oltiiini entlrel. 111 tuiiMiu .ra. therefor.. lorbHden time tbe hydrant, on Fentiylratle avenue, or on any itreetl or aTenaet under the oere aid luperrlilon of the Oommlirloner of Fublto Uulldlngi, lor watti leg the itreeie or paeementi, or for oy private purpoM wnai.v.r. Aad all perKua ueltg the waur are urgently ecu olted to be aa eooaomloal In III ue ai pwilhl. B B FBENC1I wo ID OoiuiuUelooer of Fubllo Building! IN lSBlA-BUBBKU UOODS JD.T BEOEITED- sa aon luaia uuDber uoau eu 00 ao bo Co do lu do do 30 do do 10 do Jo Bl.nV.u. Pooohol C.U3. pe-p.1 Uinl looke lyO.ap 10 aeaii WALL. FTP.PDENH A OO . til Fenn avtatfi , V.t. th and 1Mb itntu lep it lolMJ NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. From the N. T. Ertnloa Feel, 7th. 8PKECU OF COAHLEfl SUSINKR. The Necsultr of th Eutaaclpa- iion roller bkitcllont to the rruUUnV Proctmtnation Umtteertd. A brief Ulfgrapblo acooont of lhe aloqutni tpaecb' ef SOalor Samner At th grtat war mealing held la Boiton joalardaj wu Ivtn Id oar Third Edition, hot th (all report aloot r 0tTd enablta ua to giro lh Saoatot't argo mania mortal langth. Mr. Bnmaar mat and atitwerd.riia objtolloni' urged tgilnrt the Pr. aldent'a proclamation ol CBUvulpAUon,'damon traUd tht mllllarj' and moral Bcmtlt of that nwajura of polloy, and nada powarfol appeal In behalf of freedom. Tht material part of hit apMoh ium followi: " N9 riKTT." BaiCf thla llBo'tfat for tht etrlfe of party. It jtaloatreartmd- nnlipathle ara now mora, thin ?r Irrational. It olamo'ra oi oppotlUon art new mort than Tr"nnpttrlotlo. Unhap pily, there ara aoaja to whom It bltttt j unltor glitng tamper' bu become ao controlling th at tran at IMt moment they would rather tolUt to put down A political enemy than to pot dowo th rebel enemy of their oonntry; they would rather hang Henry Wilton or John A. Andrew than hang 'efCrrBon D.vli or Robert Toomht. Snob pereoni, with all their t welter., ed venom, are to ba fonn.1 here In Maiiachii eetts. Aaenmlng Ihe badge ol "no party," Ihoy are ready for any parly, new or old, by whloh their prejildlcee may be pralittd, thai Ttrlfjln the pungent wotdi of Colonel Ben ton : ' Wherever yoa will ebow me a man with tb word no party ' In bla mouth, I will ehow yoa a man that figure at tb bead or dangle at tb tall of the moat Inveterate party that ever extated." Of oonrae, inch penona cannot be expected to take part In a meeting like the preeent, which fceks to unite rather than to divide, while It rallies all to the eup port of the Pieddont and of that polloy ol freedom which he bu proclaimed. raocLawaTion or TBI prnidikt. Thank God that I tire to enjoy till day 1 Thank uoa that my eyea nave nnt oloaea witn out eeemg torn great eaiTation. me itiei are brighter and the air la purer, now that elavery haa been banded over to judgment. uy tne proclamation or me rre.ident, an oertoni held w tlarei January 1. 186S. within any Slate or deilgoatad part of a State, the people wnerttii anau men oe in rauauioa agafntt the Doited Statei, ahall be then, thence forward and forever free ; and the executive Government of the Doited States, Including the military and navel authority thereof, will recognlae and maintain the freedom ot inch peraona, and do no act or tola to repreaa inch perioDi or any of them la any effort, they may make for their actual freedom. But be yond Iheae moat effective worde, which do not go Into optrailoo-befor tbe new year, there are other wordi ol Immad'ato operation, con alltutlng a preaent Edtot of Emancipation. Tee President recite, the recent aota of Qoogreu applicable to thla qaeetlon, and call! upon all persona la tha military or naval service to ob serve, obey and eiforoa them Bat thue note provide that all davei of rebel! taking refuge within the llnce of our army, all ilavei cap Inred from rebela or deeerte d by them, and all alavea found within any place occupied by rebel forces and alterward occupied by the force of the United Stales, ahall not again be held at tlevat ; and these aota further provide that no nereon In the military or naval aervlce shall, under any pretence whatever, afsume to dccldo on the validity of any claim to a slave, or to aurrender any suoh person to hit claim.. ant, on pain or neiug aistniseed irom me rer-vioe-1 bo that by tboae aots now proclaimed by the President, ireedom li practically secured to all who can Sad shelter wlthlu our lines. and the glorious flag of the Onion wherever It nsou, becomes ine nig oi ireeaom. BT.KD si tbe rursiniNT Thank God for what has been already doue, and let na all take heart na we go forward to uphold thla great edict. For myself, I accept th proclamation without note or comment It li enough for me that, In Ihe exercise of the war power, It strike at the origin and main spring of this rebellion, lor I have never oon ceiled tbe conviction that it mattered .Utile where we atruck slavery, provided only thai we r track t locere ly and in earnest, an U it all connected that Ihe whole must tunV with evarv narl. a d Ihe word uf the ooet will be veriBed, that "in atrlklng tenth or lea thou sandth, we striae tne cnatn anas. I'llWONiL CTIlU.tNilt.'l ecBDiisr. (In this most Interesting ccculnu. to nrouer for gratitude, it isuimcuu to see anything nut the canae; and yet, appearing belore you on . : .. . .... .v. ..." I . tht Invitation ot a oommuiee o too uommon wealth. I mult not forget that I owe tils privi lege to my public cnarnrter ae a Senator ol Ma.aCDIueue. Il I. IU un uumavier iu.i . have beeu often Invited before: but now tba Invitation has more than In acru'tomed eignlfl nance, for. at tbe dote u' a long period uf nub Ha iervlces.lt brines me face to face with my coaatttaentt. la a dltfireut condition of Ihe coun'.ry, I could sot decline the opportunity which la afforded o( reviewing the relations be tween us: of showing, at lent, bow ion took me from a private station, all untried, and gave me one of your highest limit, and bow this trust was enchanced by the generosity with which you sustained me agalnit obloquy and vin dictive aniult,rBpeciaujr uy yuuruuw.taiiBivu Inniilnenca to me throughout a protracted dis ability: and. perhaps, might I be so bold, of nreiwntlnii for vour consideration some sketch of what I have aliempted, conscious tuat.ll not always succesitui, 1 nave oven at an uoin faithful to mv convictions, and faithful alto to your Interests sparing nothing of lime or ef fort, and making up by Industry for any lack of ability, so that, during a eetvlce of more than eleven years, I have never once visited home while Oonnreu was In seailon, or been absent for a tingle day, unices when compelled by Illness, and during the session whleh bu just olosed, filled with mod laborious duties, J, ni not out of mv seat, from beginning to end. for a tingle hour. Bat tblt Is not the time lor such a review. 1 have no heart lor It, while mv oountrv la In dinner. And yet I shall not lose the occasion to challenge tbe scrutiny of all, even here lu Ibis oomtneiclil metropolis, where tbe Interests of business are sometimes placed above all other Interests, r rankiy and frarleialv I make mv anneal. In all simplicity I ntk vuii to comlder wbat I have done, as your servant, whether lu the Senate or out of tne tenate, in matters oi legi.ianou ui m mir tare of biiilneea. Il there is any person dis posed to criticise or oomplaln, lethlm be heard. Let tne wnoie record oi my punuo aou oe opened, and let any of the numerous persons who have oome to me on buslnets testify. I know too well the streoglb of uy case ta shrink from any Inquiry, even though stimulated by mo animosity oi poillioai waii.ic. nilKNCC iOllSHT TWO ACvTnaTIOaS. But there are two accusations often repealed, to which I reply on the spot, and I de so with less hesitation because lhe topics are aeimine to this occasion. Tbe Aral is that, from my place In the 8enate I early proclaimed slavery to be barbarism. Never ehall the cause of freedom go by default If 1 can help U; and 1 rejoice that, on that occasion, In preseuos or the slaveholdlnj coniplratori, v auntlng Ihe enno- bllog charaoler of slavery, I used no aoft words. It la truo lhat In direct renlv to most Offuhslre assumptions, I proclaimed slavery barbarous la origin; barbarous In law; barbarous In all It prtnslons; barbarous In th loitrumentl It employs; barbarous In consequences; barbar ous In spirit; barbarons wherever It show It eel', while It breeds barbarians and develop everywner atixe in tn individual ana in tne eoclety to which he belongs, the essential ele ments ol barbirlsa). II Is trhe that on the same occasion' I por trayed elavery as founded la violence and sus tained only by violence, and declared that such a wrong most, by a tar law of compensation, blast th mister a well as the slave; blast tb land on which they live; blast th ooramunUy of which tbey art a part; blait th Government which doe not forbid tha outrage: and the lpoger II exists, and the more aompletoly It prevails, mast, through II blasting Influence, penetrate lhe whole social system. And was I not right I Sine then the testimony baa been overwhelming, A committee of the Senate ho made a report, wntcn nav Decn extensively cir culated, on the barbarities of this rebellion. roa know lb whole story to which each day testifies. It Is In some slog'e Incident that yon may see tno lowwater mark oi social ine, and I know nothing in which tbe barbarism of slavery Is 'more completely exhibited than In the fate of our brave soldiers, dug up from honorable graves, where at last they had found rest, that thslr bones might be carved Into keep stkss and their tknlls Into- drinking cups to gratify the msllgnant hale of the slave mas ters. The btber acnasstlou li slmilsr In character. It Is said lhat I have too often Introdnoed the slavery question At thlt m sment. seeing what slavery has done, I dnnbt if you will not rather say that I Introduced It too seldom If, on this account, I nod neglected any single interest oi my contlitaenls; If I had bu lesi ilrecuous whenever the foreign relatlous, or manuf.0 lures, or commerce, or finances of the country, were Involved; If I had failed lo take my part In all that concerns the people of alasiacha sells, and In all lhat Is embraced within the manifold duties of a Senator, then, Indeed, I might be open to condemnation Bat you will not regret that your representative, who has been fa'thfnl In all other things, bs beea always constant and earnest against slavery, and lhat he announced, from the beginning, the magnitude of the question, and our duliei with regard to It. Bay what you will, lhe slare la the humble.t and grandest figure of our times. What humil ity I whst grandeur! both alike Illimitable. In his presence, all other question? are so petty that, for a pnblio man to be wrong with regard to him Is to be wholly wrong How, then, did I err t The cause would have justified a better certlnancy than I can boost In Ihe Senate of Rome, tb elder Cato, convinced that peace was . a.lt.1 .nt- 1... I1.A l..lHi,ltnn r.T fn ft... m lOnUID Mil, VJ .UO U..IIUUIIUU W VIIMIUagc, concluded all hit speeches on every matter of debate, ny tne well-known wotdt, '-nut, what ever you may tblnk of Ihe question under oon- saturation, this I knowTUarthige must bo de stroyed." i nave never rem mat toe veteran senator was condemned for patrfolic ardor. With belter reason far, I, too, might have cried always "This I know, slavery must be destroy ed" Diltndo tit servitude. But while seeking to limit and constrain slavery, I have never Dronored anything exoent in strlot conformllv with the Constitution, for I have always reoog. olted the Constitution as my guide, which I was boand In all respeoui to follow. Such are the accnsallons to which I now thus briefly reply, Now that we aro all united in in ponoy oi emancipation, tney Become ui little consequence; for even If f were cnee slon, I am no longer so. I olace myself with the loyal multitudes of the North, firmly and slocerefy by Ihe sldo ot Ihe President, where Indeed, I have ever bcoq. Mr. riumner then proceeded lo enow tbe eu oouraglug progroes, which bis been make du ring tne pan year oi me vnr, d-ttnouiirateii that emanolpallon is military necai.ty, de uled that Ibo object of tbe ?nr U to abollib slavery, but proved that It is eltnply tn put dowu lite rrbulllon, aud contended that tbe blessings of peace can only b. secured by tut jugatiiig tbe rebels In order to do Ihle, he added, tbe slaves must Uelp. -and he pro ceeded to argue that UEir moy bl.vla ih i-oNSTinrtoML But It Is said that all appeal to Ibe slaves Is unoonttltutlonal; and it Is opeuly a-mmed lhat rebels wno make war on tne uonsutution are not, like other public enemies, beyond lit pro lection. Hut why IbU peculiar tenderness whenever slavery Is In quisllon' Ilit talions miy be shot down und property may be token without duo proo.m of l.i, bat slavery must not be touched. Tba ancient Egyptians, when cuunuervtl. rdbrnitted easily to tbe lus. of lite and prop.ity; but when a Romas tl dter happened to kill a cat in tbe streets, tliey rose oa him and tore htm limb Iraq limb, aad tba excitement was ea vlalent Itixt tbe generals overlooked lire outrage tor tear cf Insurrection SlaTsry Is our aaortd cat, wbloh oaunot be touched without fear of Iniunectlou, Mr, I am tired and disgusted at hearing lrt-1 tlonalltmiou perpetually Invoked for elavery. According to certain pertonp, the CouHtilutlon is all tor slavery and nothing for Ireedom. I am happy to say that, with me, Just tho reverse is the cose. 1 bote are people who keep apotheca ries' scales, In which ibey nicely weigh every thing that Is dona for froedooi 1 hove no such scales Abe-re frcedd-U Is u ijuestlun; nor do I hesitate to say, that lu a cat uf frwdom all snob nlcrty Is unconstitutional TbeCoustl tutlon is not m aq, stingy aad fettilogging, but It Is open banded, llba.il and juit, Inclining Always In favor ol freedom, and enabling tbe Government in time of war uot only to ever olse any of the rights uf nor, ittladlug the liberation ol slaves, hut also la coaler any lar gess or bounty It moy be of money, or, better still, of freedom--for services rendered. I do not dwell now on the unanswerable argument by which John Qulncy Adams has placed this power beyond question. Whatever moy bs tbe provisions of tne Constitution lor the protec tion ol the citizen, they are Inapplicable to what la done against a public enemy. The law of au Italian city prohibited lhe letting ol blood under peualty ot death, but this was held not to aouly to tbe surgeon who opened a vein to save tbe life of a citizen. In war there Is no constitutional limit to tho activity of the Ezeoallve, exoopt tho iniitgenoy, TlwiiMy of the neonle is the highest low There li no blow whloh the President can strike, tbero Is unthlna- ho can do nsalnst lhe rebellion, which U uot constitutional. Only Inaction ran be unconstitutional. uhtohic ritect.nt.si.. Search Ibe writers on the law of uatlous, aud ecm will find au appeal to tbi slaves juitifled. Seiirob history, whether lu ancient or modern times, ana you will nnu it jusiiueu uy exam pies. lu our Hevulutlou tbe appeol was tnado by three different British commanders - Lord Uunmore, Sir Uenry Clinton, and Lord Corn Willis. , I do not stop for details. Thut this appeal wa9 uot unsuccessful was evident from tbe language of Washington with regurd lo Duntnore, of whom he eold: "Ills strength will Increase as a mow ball by rolling, aud faster, It some eipedlaut cannot bu bit upon to cou vlnce the slaves aud eurvaut. uf the luipott-noy nt hi. deslnns." Wasliinnluu Ibuuuht that il Dunmor was uot ciuthed lelote Spring be would be tho most formidable enemy Ihe culo nin. Lad. That such onautH'al would be proper It admitted by Jefl.rtoo, while describing his nwn Individual lot sea from Cornwall t. lie destroyed all my growing orops and to bsoor; he burned all my barns, containing the same artlolea of last year. Uuving first taken oh.t nnrn ha wanted, he USSd.aS Was to b tK n.ni.H .it mv .took of oittlo. ebeeo.ahd hon. for tht sueteosoce of bll army, and carried ot! oil tht horses capable of strvlot. Htloarrlad off also about thirty sltrts. Hod thlsjbttn to give them freedom, he woald hay dot right. From an estimate mad at tb Um, on th best Information I could oolltot, I tap pot th Slat of Virginia lott under Lord Corn. Willie's hands, that jtar, about thirty thouaand tlaTts." Letter lo Dr. Gordon. It would be difficult tn Imagine tebtlmoiy stronger. Her we a sufferer Justly Indlxnool for himself and State; bat be doe not loab. that an enemy would do right In carrying, of tiaras to giT wem irevaom. Ttn (lati Trunin. But admitting that an, appeal to 1at la support of th Union It constitutional, and also according to tb example of history, 11 It aald that It will be unavailing; for tb slave will not hearken to IL Then why not try II It oan do no barm, aad It will at least glv nf t good nam. Bat If ww. or not byond (earning from th enemy, wt hall as that Ik generals most bated on oar eld, and Ilk Adam and Hancock In tb Herniation, specially exotpled Irom pardon, e Phtlpt and Banter; Injjilnly because Ihe Met of the generals wereTnore ftjred than onlr battery or strategy. (Of this be assured. The opponent of on rrpl to Ihe slave ore oot anxlout because II will fall. It I only beoamt It may be suootttful that they oppoa j IL They far tbtt It will rtach the claret, rather than that It will not reach them. But, look at It .candidly, aad yoa cannot de ny that It mast produce an effect. It I Idle to ssy that Its Influence will b bounded by oaf Jurisdiction. When the mill gates or lifted all the water above, in Its most distant aoara, hurries on lit way; and sa will the slave. R. mole kingdoms trembled at the Pope's excom munlcatlon and Interdint; and an elegant his torian has described the thunders of the Vati can Intermingling with tbe thundeta of war. All Christendom shook when Luther nailed bis propositions on the church door tf Wittenberg But an appeal lo our slave will be hardly leas preralllog Do you ask how It wonld bt known' The slave telegraph Is not ai actir as ours; bat It Is hardly Its sure, Il take eight days for a dlsnaleh from Fortress Mon roe to the Gulf of Mexico. Th glad tiding of freedom will travel with th wind; with the air; with the light; and will gladly quick en and Inspire tha whole mate, Secret eocle etles, already formed among the alavea, will be tbe heralda That I do not speak without au thority, I ask yon to listen to tbe word! of John Adams, taken from his diary, under dot of 2th September, 175 : "Tha Cleorgla delegates gave a melanoholy aooount ot the Statsa of Qaorgla and Booth Car ollna. They said If one thousand regular troopa should land In Georgia, end their eommandar should be furnished with arms and olothsa enough, and proolalm fretdom to all the na. groat who wonld Join hi camp, twenty thou aood would Join it from th two provisoes In a fortnight. Th ntgroet have a wondtrfal art of oommunleatlng Intelligence among them selves. It will run several hundred miles In the course of a week or fort-ilght. TTnitHo. o John Adams, Vl. ), p. 10. This II testimony. Tbe deatractlM avalanche of Ihe Alps Is sometimes started by tb winding of a horn, nod structure so Irrational oa sla very will-tremble at a sound. staves iNrooruaio-HUTtRa otsooouaiD From such an appeal two things mutt ensue: first, tha slaves will be encouraged la loyalty; secondly, the misters will bo dUoouroged In disloyalty Slave labor, which la lha main spring and nursery of rebel supplies, without which the rebellion mast starve, will be disor ganized, while psnlc spreads among slave masters absent from their homes. The moat audaclona rebels will lose their audacity, and Instead of hurrying onward ta deal parricidal blows at their country, wl.l hurry backward ta defend their own Areejdea. The rebellion will lose lit power. It will be hamstrung. Pi-.IOtJ.ONa IUSTKR8. Tbat such a panlo would ensue Is attested by the conlesslon nt the South Carolina dele gation In the old Continental Congress, as ap pears by Its Secret Jourcal, under date of 39th March, 1779, that this State was "unable to make any effective efforts wllh nillllle by reasou ot Ihe great proportion of clt zens ne cessary to remain at horn to prevent losur rt rtlnn among the negroes, and to prevent tbe desertion ol them to the enemy.1' It Is at tested also by Ihe concurring testimony of Southern men, In other days especially In those remarkable words ol John Randolph that the fire bell of Richmond doe not toll at midnight, without the mother olasplng her In fr.nl to the bresst, fearful tbat the alavea bad risen. It Is attested also by the actual condi tion uf things, when John Brown entered Vir ginia ; as pictured In tbe familiar words : If. o.pture l Usrp.r'1 Ferry .tna ui. nineteen iu-iimh., And be frlhtn.d O d Ybglanj 1 id she tr.ratJ.J tLrough and through la aisertlaa tha efficacy of thla anneal 1 ground myself on uu vMonary theories or vain hopes, but on me nature oi man ana aainenuo hlstnty. To doubt Its efncaoy la to doubt lhat mau la man, with a oonstant detlr for liberty as tor lite, and It Is also to doubt the unauee- able Instances In ( ur own history, where this desire has been displayed by African slaves. That a Government, exposed to tht assaults of a merciless barbarian loe, should so long reject tbts irresistible amanoe, is among me questions which wilt excite Ihe ailonlsbment ol future ages. OBJECTIONS AVfiWFRSn Du vuu ask tho r.a-ous alletred against Ibis appeal! They all resolve themselve Into ob jaotloni of foot. The Pre Ideot by his procla mation baa slreidy aoswered them practloilly ; but I shall take them up In detail. l. The nrtt oi'jsouoo, ana ine most oi.eo re peated. Is one which It Is difficult to treat with patience. We are told that such an ap peal will offend the border S'ates, and that. In this moment of trial, we must do sa they tell in. It li, of course, slave-master who speak for the border Slates: aad, permit me to say, such perrons, continuing to swear by slavery, are not oompetent witnessei with regard to IL Believing la slavery, wedded to slavery, they are as Incompetent to testily when It Is In ques tion, as hnsbond and wife are Incompetent to tctlfy for each other. Just In proportion aa we have lolluwed them thus far we have been misled, and we shall continue to be misled so long as we fallow them Tbelr.lt fluence bu been perpetual paralysis. Nnbndy oan ooun sel safety at this momeot who adhere to elave ry or who falls to see slavery oa the origin and unlosprlng of Ibe rebelliou. It Is well known that lor a loog lime In Eng land all the i Boris against slavery, led by Wll beiforce and Clarkeon, were discountenanced and opposed by the slave master In tbe dlslaat Islands. Be tbe proposition what it might, whetber lo abrldgo, to mitigate, or ameliorate, there was always one steady dlssenL Put uot your trust lo slave-masters; do not hearken to ineir promisee; uo not iouow toeir counsels. Sucb Is the plalu lesson ol Eugllsh history of l-'rench history or Dutch hltlory of very country whloh has dealt with this qoeston) aye, of Hussion history at Ihlt Vuty moment; and Bitch, also, Is tbe positive caution of English statesmen. On this point we have concurring testimony ol tbree names, each of whom Is an authority. It Is all embodied la a brief pas sage of a speech by Lord Brougham: "1 onllrely oonuur lu the observaliou of Ur. Burke, repeaUrer-and more happily expressed by Mr. Canofhg, lhat tbe masters of slaves ara nut to be trvated with making lawa upon slave ry; that nothing they du Is ever found effeo live; aud lhat if by some miracle they but ohouoe lo enaot K wholesome rssolutloo, it Is always found to want what Vr. Burke ells fu leculoriiirinoiif, II falls lo esecute lutlf." These are emphatlo wordi ; and as often as 1 am reminded of Ihe opinions of slave master on our preaent duties, when slavery Is In ques tion, I ihlnk of thtm as solemn warnings, con. Armed by All Ih teachings of experience, early and late, In our own country. II. Anothei objection to this appeal Is lhat officers In onr army will fling down thslr arms Vtrywsll. Let tht traitor fling down thslr arms; tb sooner the better. They or un worthy to bear arms, and should be delivered np ta the hissing and extcralloa of mankind. Bat I will not dishonor effhers, with the com mission of Ihe Doited states, bv such an Imon- tAtloa on their loyalty or common sen. A oflloers tbey mutt 'know their duty too well, and, as tnlelllgtnt man, they must know that tbe lave or caloalated to be their beat and sorest allies. III. Another objaotion Is that slavery it a "old Iota," which mnst not be tooobed nntll tbe war It ended. Bat these wise objectors forget tbat It I precisely In order lo end tb war that ilavtry Is to b toncbed, and that when thn oppott Ibis effortsxhoy make a "old lata" In behalf ol slavery calculated to weak en tbe national arm. IT. Annlhei objsotion hat lu origin in pity, that tbe rebels may be saved from a slsve In surrection. God forbid thst I should fall In any duty of humanity, or tendtrneet even; bat I know no principle of war or of reason by which our rebels should be saved from tbe natural oousfqnencet of their own ooadnct. When they roe egaloet a paternal Government Ibey set tb example of Inntrroctloo, which bu carried death lo so many firesides. Tbey can BOt'ooBDlaln If tbelr slaver, wflh belter reason. follow II Bat this whole objtctlen proceedi on miataxen iocs oi tne Airman Have. Tee ttory of St. Domingo, to olten quoted against him, testifies to hktbumsnlly. It was only wbtu Napaleon, In an evil hour, sought to eulava blm, that those socnes of blood occurred which exhibit less tho cruelty ol Ihe slave than th atrocious purposes kf tho white mm The Af rican Is not cruel, vindictlro ; Y.xV, but gentle, forgiving, and kls.) ib Is .uihjnUc history; nor does It appeal, Ln tbj slaves left their masters, on Ibe anneal of lbs British oommanden, during our Revolution, that tbey were guilty ol any excess It is trnt that labor wo dborgantxad and that the whole community wa weakened; and this Is what we seek to aocompuen in our reoei Mines. V. And yet one more objection li sometime advanced. It It aald lhat an appeal to tba slaves will cause them to oveiflow Into tho North, where they will compete with other la bor. Tail 111 considered and trivial objection subordinate, tho supprenb-j ol the rebellion to a question of labor, when, lo a candid ob server, It It dear that no such qaestloa caa arise. There Is no danger -of any such over flow Into tbe North. It Is precisely the ores ear of slavery, and not the license of freedom, tbat now causes the overflow (hit occurs. If elavery were removed Ihe Africans would go book Inittad of coming here. flacb or tb objection of foots, so for as anv list within my knowledge. If any other bas bean mode, I do not know It; I oak you frank ly, have I not anewered them ' air. oumoer men proved, by IccouLstibie arguments, that success oan only be achloved through emancipation, remarklog: Without the old of tbe slaves this war oannot b ended successfully. Their alllanoe Is, there for, neoetalty, la making this assertion I know wall tbe responsibility I ssaame, nor do I assume It lightly. But the time bos come when tbe truth mast be told Let me ba un derstood. War Is proverbially uncertain, and I will not doubt that fortune will again light upon Oar arms. The force cf the rebellion may b broken even without an .ppoal lo the stave, out t am sure tnat wttn ine slave our victory will ba more prompt, while without thsm II can never be effectual completely to crush out the rebellion. It Is tot enough to boat armies. Rebel communities, envenomed against the Onion, mast be reclaimed, and a wide-spread region must lie pacified. This can be dim only by the removal of the cause of all this trouble, and the consequeut assimilation of th people, to that no mau ahall call auother master. If slavery bo tegardedosa disease, It must be extirpated by knife und cadtery, for only In this way can tne healthful ooeratlons of national life be restored. If It be regarded at motive, It must be expelled frum Ine sys tem, that It msv no lana-er exercise Its disturb ing Influence. He further contended tbat force alone oan not conquer without Ideas, and that, therefore, peace must oome through freedom fit oon oladed at fellows: tbk wax roa su, Misxivn. But, fallow-citlz'ns, the war which we wag la nnt lor merely ourselves , It Is for all man kind. Blsvery yt lingers In Brazil, and be neath th Spanish fltgla Ibote twn golden pos sessions, Cuba and Porto Rico: bat nowhere oan II survive IU extinction here Therefnre, we conauer lor liberty evervhere In endtrur slavery here we open IU gates all over Ibe world and let the opprewwd go free. Nor is this all. In savlog tbe Republic we ebsll save civ ilization. Han throughout his long pilgrimage on earth baa been compelled to snffer much ; but slavery U the heaviest burden he has been called to bear ; and It Is the only burden whlcb our country has been caller, upon to bear. Let It drop, and our happy oonntry, with humanity In her train, all changed In raiment and In couo tenanoe like tho Christian I'llgrlm, will burrv upward to the celestial gate. If 15ns" for our example bu failed, It Is limply beet jse ot slave ry. It was vain to proolalm our unparalleled prosperity, tbe comfort ditlured among a na mereus people, resourots without .lint, or even the education of our oblldren , lbs enemies ot the Republlo simply said, " There Is slavery ;" and our example became pnwerleas. But 1st slavery disappear, and this same example will De oi irrssiiiiDie might rt iinout cring a gan or writing a dispatch It will rerolntlonlze the world. Therefore, the battle wlilob we now tight be longa to the grandest event) rf hlitery It constltates one of tho'f epochs from which humanity will data. It Is coe ot the battles ot ine age- a wnen tne minions ot rente went driven back from Qto.w, or when tha lloham medans, vlotors In Africa and Spain, were ar retted In France by Cbsrle. Martel, and Western Europe was saved to Christianity la sucb a osuse ho effort can be too great, no faith oan be too determined. Tn die lor country Is pleataut and honorable. But all who die for country now, die also for humanity, When ever they lie, In bloody fl)ldi, tbey will be re membered as the heroes through whom the Republlo was saved aad clvlllz-tltoa established forever. Bat ther ara duties elsawhere than In bloody confloL Each of ui, In bU place at home, by bU best efforts, con do something not only to sustain tb soldier In Ihe field, btu alto to sustain lhat sublime edict "liter, irlli be to the soldier both sword and buckler, wMIs it gives to the conflict all Ibe loiplrotluni rf a great Idea. In this hour of Irlel, let nulls ' ' us Isil Above all, let none of us go over to Ih en. mi , even should hit teals for a ruomeut be pitched In Fsueull 11.11 , sod do not foigul lhat Inert oan be but two parties -Ibe parly ol tba conn try, with Ihe President fur lis beo.1, and with emancipation for Us glorluiu watohwotd , and the parly of lbs rebellloj, with Jetforsou Da vis lor lu hsad, aud no other watchword than slavery. Mr. Sumner spoke oboul two hours, and was frequently applauded, and subjected to occasional Interruption. Irom his oppontnU. Upon Ihe couolu.lon of his speech a loud call wo mad for George Fraud Train, who, with many of bis friends, was present Train took the platform, and, ofier refuting lo yield It, was carried off by Ihe police, wb wu In attendance.