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Cleveland, "Pittsburg andWheel ingSailHoad. U:? AND AFTER MONDAY,January 3)th. 1862 PwMu^r Trains * ill leave Bridgeport M fol low*, (SanditySflOtpteri:; 12:16 Ax21. 3i?!l Iralu, flopping at all statious. ar rive* at Pi:t?Lurgh at 4:10 P. M., anJ G^Tf-Und at 8:10 P. M. 10:00 P. M. Expires Train, (topping at all stations, except Rush Kun mod Beaver, arrive at **i:i&uarKl> at SOS A. M. and Cleveland a: fcSi A. M. KETUJbtNXNO TRAIN'S. <4??? Cleveland at tfc35 A. M. and 4.1)0 P. .*d., ar rlTe at Bridgeport at &?0 p. and &SS A. M. Leave Pittsburgh at 1:40 A. and 1:40 P. M., arrive at Bridgeport at d:V& A- M-, and 6:2i) P. M. Connections are made as Follows! At Piitaburgh with Pennsylvania R. R. fur Harris burg. Baltimore. Washington, Phiia* tWpliiij.Vf* York and Bortun. Cleveland with Cleveland A Toled H. II. for San* du<u;y. Toledo. iMrtroit. Chicago aid all point* in the Nokra Was*. Willi Detroit ?tr;un*ra for Detroit. Jackson. Chicago and the Nobta Wrsr. Willi Cleveland A trie It. It. for Erie, Don iiris, HuCalo and Niagara Fall#. With Cleveland. Columbus A Cincinnati lor Crw*thne. ImIawsts, Colombo* and Cincinnati. At Hudson witi. the C.Z. AC.E.R. for Cuvahoga Falls, Akron. Miilersbnrgh and Wooe* ter. At Alliance with P. Ft. W. A C. R. p.. for Canton, MamlioR. Wworter, ialtn, Eno?, Co lumbu*. *?*. At Slenbenville with I'. C. A C. Line and AT Br.ti.tiK with C.O. U. JUL forZanesvllle, New ark, Columbus, Xenla, Dayton, Indi anapolis, Cairo, Cincinnati, Locirrillo, St. Louis. St. Jo*?ph and all points Wut and South West. Excursion Ticket* to Pittsburgh and returtr$3,73. Fare always as low, and time much quicker than any other route. Through Tickets to all point* In the West, North and Kast can be procured at the office under the McLure House. Wheeling, Ya^ or with Freight Agent at Bridgeport Station. freight contract* will be made at lowest rates to any point accessible by this road and it* connection*, to'.tie Kaat. North. TV eat and North-West, at office under M'Lure House, orwith Ft. Agent at Bridge* port Station. WM. D.TEU.KY, A^ant, Wheeling, Va. JOHN CHAPMAN. Agent, Bridgeport, 0. J. N. MeCULLOUQn, President. F R. MYERS, Qen't Ticket Ag*t. feb? Baltimore & Ohio Hail Road i fti A3?* 3BBB5BB! ? ???" SeE Whexu>g, lath April, 1861. ON ant! alter the 14th of April, 1*61. the pa>*en ger Train* will be rus a? follows, tlx: The Exprevt Traio leaves Wheeling daily except I Souday* at 10 A. 41.. Benwood at l(fc20 A. M.. arriv ing in Baltimore at 4:4o A. M? connecting with the Expre-a train for Philadelphia. New York, Boston, and all the Eastern cities, leaving at 6:15 A. M., ar- ! rives at Washington at 6:30 A. M.. making close con nection with the Southern lines for all parts of the j South. This train stop* at the principal station* 1 frr m Wheeling to Cumberland. Itetnrning. leave* Baltimore at 3:i5 P. M-, and ; Washington City at 2:45 P. M., arriving at Benwood at C A. M. and Wheeling at 0:27 A. M? making direct connection with the Expreestrnin for all part* of the West, Soothweat and Northwest. This train stops only for meals ar. 1 wood and water. The Mail Train leave* daily including Sund> as at ?:57 P. M., Benwood at 7:26 P. M- and arrive* In Baltimore at 3:15 P. M.. connecting with the Mail train, having for Philadelphia, New York, Boston, and all Eastern cities at 4:45 P. M- arrives at Wash ington City at 5:20 P. U. connecting vilUt the South ern lin-? for all parts of the South. This train atop* j on the west end or the road at Mcundsville. Cameron, j Mannington. WaterStation Fairmont and Grafton, j Returning, leave* Baltimore at 5:30 A. M? Wash ington City at A. M. and arrives at Kenwood at 10:10 P. 51. and Wheeling at 10:3:2 p. 31., connecting with the Kxpreas train (Wr all parts of the Southwest, West and Northwest. This train stops at the prin cipal stations only. The Piedmont and Wheeling Accomcaodation run* daily, except Sundays, leaving Piedmont at 6:40 A.M. and arrlvts at Wheeling at 8:10 P. M. J. B. FORD, Agent. W. P. S kith. Master of Transportation. L. M.Cot*. Gen'l Ticket Agent. ap20 I860. I860 THE CENTRAL PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD CfiO MILES DOUBLE TRACK. 553I^P^BSS^3ggi=sg3afci The Capacity of this Road ii now equal to any in the Country. Threo Through Pa senger Trains, BUT WEEN PITTSBURGH A PHILADELPHIA. Connecting direct In the Union Depot, at Pittsburgh, nith through Trains from all \Ve-4ternCitiesfor Phila delphia. New York, Boston, Baltimore,and Washing* |..n City; thus furnishing facilities for th? transpor tation ot pA**rngam, unsurpassed. forspee-isnd com fort, by ?ar other route. Hxpresaand Fast Lines run through te Philadelphia without change of Cars or Conductors. Smukiug cars areattached to each train; Woodruff's Sleeping Cars to Express and Fast Train*. The Bxpreaa runs Dally, Mail and F?*t Line Sou* days excepted. Three Dully Trains connect direct lor New York. Express and Vast Lines connect for Bal timore and Washington. Six daily Trains between Philadelphia and New York. Two Daily Trains between New York and Boston. Through Tickets (all Kail) are good on either of the above Train?, and transfers throngh New York free. BOAT TICKETS to Boston are gooJvia Norwiciu Fall Rivor or Stouington Lines. Baggage transferred free. TICKETS may be obtained at any of the important Railroad Office* in the WesUalsOyOn board any ol the regular Liue of Steamers on the Mississippi or Ohio river*. tyfnre ahvnyt as low and time at quick as by any Other Route. ASK FOR TICKETS BY PITTSBURGH. The completion of the Western connections of the Pennsylvania Rail Road makes this the Direct Line Detweenthe East and the Great West. The connecting of tracks hjr the Rail Road Bridge at Pittsburgh, avoiding all drayage or ferriage ot Freight, together with the saving of time, are advan tage* readily appreciated by shipj>ers of Freight, sud the Traveling l*ublic. For Freight Contracts or Shipping Directions, apply to or address either of the following Agents ef the Company. D. A. STEWART, Pittsburgh; II. 9. Pines A Co., Zanesrille, O; J. J. Joh.tstojt, Ripley, 0.; R. McNtUT, Maysrille, Ky^ Ormsst A Caorrsa, Portsmouth, O.: Padbock A Co., Jeffcreon vllle, Ind.; H. W. Buows k Co., Cincinnati.O.; Athuuc A IliBtsxaT, Cincinnati. 0.;R. C. Mxu>acm, Madison, Ind.; Jos. E. Moo ax, Louisville, Ky^ P. O. O'Rilkt A Co? Evansville, Ind., N. W.Gsabam A Co., Cairo, III4 It- P. Sas?. SbalxbA Gum, St Louis. Mo; Johx U. Harms. Nashville. Tenn; lUuisos Hcjct. Memphis, Teun^CL\au A Co^ Chicago, I1L; W. U. U. Kooxtx, Alton, 111., or to Freight Agents of Rail Roads at different points in the Weet. The Greatest Fixeilitits offered for the JVotection and Speeijr Transportation of Live SU<i.\ And Good Accommodations with usual privileges persons traveling in charge thereof. FREIGHTS. By this Route Freights of all descriptions can be for warded to and from Philadelphia. New York, Boston vr Baltimore, to and from any points on the Rail Roads ef Ohio. Kentucky, Indiana. Illinois, Wisconsin. Iowa, or Missouri./>jr Rail Road direct. The Pennsylvania Rail Road also connects at Pitts burgh with Steamboat*. by which Goods can be for warded to any port on the Ohio, Muskingum. Kentucky. Tennessee, Cumberland. Illinois, Mississippi, Wiscon sin. Missouri, Kansas Arkan?a*and Red Hirers; and at Cleveland, Sandusky and Chicago with Steamers to all ports on the North-Western Lakes. Merchants and Shippers entrusting the transports* tioo of their Freight to this Company, cau rely with court e tee on its speedy transit. Til a. RATES OF FREIGHT to and from any point In the West by the Pennsylvania Rail Roadarv at alltimus at favoral/l* oj are charged by other R. R. Gnmpanirt. tSuBd particular to mark packages mtu Was a. E. J. SNEEDER. Philadelphia. MAGRAW A KOONS. SO North Street. Baltimore LEECH A CO.. No. 2. Astor House,or No. ICS. Wm. (si.n.yT LEECH k Oo? No. 77 State Street. Boston. H. IL HOUSTON, Gen'i lYeigM Aft, Phila _ [delphla. L.L. HOUPT. Oen'l Ticket -^Philadelphia. TH09. A. SCOTT, Gen'l SkpX Altoona Pa. Janl-TO HEMPFIELD RAILROAD iV CHANGE OB* TIME! V AND AFTER MONDAY. NOVEMBER THE 1 2Sth, the tt ains on thb Road will run as follows, ily.except Sundays: Leave Washington. A. II. Arrive at Wheeling 10 " RETURNING: Leave Wheeling ? 8 P. M Arrived st Washington 6 ** All freight to be forwarded from Wheeling mast be delivered at the depot before 2 o'clock P.M. to insure tts shipment the same day. ?, ^ dovm W. D. BURTON* 8np t. OLD KYJC WHISKY OF 1880, ?tot. ind for aal, by -vm ff. X. KSWARDS A BRO. RB. EDK a CO'S mahkiso ink, . tn C&tt eUt ed Cut, tor writing on Limn, Cua brio. *c, without pnpuatioii, . able articles M tha Variety Kara of D NI00U.4 BIO. ?01S 109 Mala KiwL ofpic/ial. laws op thk csitkd states. i ktoued at ttr First &44*on v Mr r*irty&n#nt\ (Peru a?No. 1.1 AN ACT to refund >nJ remit the dstin oo arm* Im ported by SUtes. Be it enacted by the Senate an J House of K?pre sentative* of the United state* ol America In Cou gr?*s Assembled, That the Secretary of theTreasury be and he it hereby authorized and directed to rc luod and remit the dutiw and tapoiti on ?il ami imported into the United State* sine* the first u*y of Mar last. or which ta*y be imported b?-.ure the first day of January next, by or for the account ot ?by State; 1'ruTWcO. thr S<x-iTtarr of <h?Tre*mrj be satisfied that the said ermi are intended, in good faith, tor the use of the tnx?pe of any Stat* which b or may be engaged in aiding to snppreM the insurrection now existing against the United Stete*. Approval, July 10. Isdl. fPCB2JC.?No. 2.] AN ACT to provide for tko payment of the militia and volunteer* called Into the service of the Uni ted Stat**, from the'timo they were called into ?tfrr.ee to the thirtieth day of June, eighteen hun dred and sixty-one. Ee It enacted by the Senate and House of Repre sentative* of the United Plate* of America la Con cr?-ss assembled. That there be and hereby is appro priated. tilt of any money in the Treasury not oth erwise appropriated. the sum of Are millions seven hundred and sixty thousand dollars, or ao much thereof as may be necessary, to enable the Govern tncot to pay the militia and volunteer* called Into service of the United Mate*, being an additional amount required for the fiscal v*ar ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty-one. Approved, July 13, lbol. [Peine.?Xo. s.j AX ACT further to provide for the collection ot duties on ImporU and for other purports. Be it euacted by the Senate and House of Repre sentative* of the. United State* of America in Con crete assembled, That whenever it ahull, in the judgment of the President, by reason of unlawful combination* of person* in opposition to the law* o! the United State*, become Impracticable to execute the revenue law* and oollcct the dntie* on Import* by the ordinary mean*, in the ordinary way, at any port of entry In any collection district, lie 1*author ised to cans* such dutie* to be collected at any port of delivery in said district until such obstruction shall cease: and In *uch case the surveyors at said porta of delivery shall be clothed with ail the pow ers and be Mbject to ell the obligation* ?f collectors at port* of entry; and the Secretary of the Treasury, with the approbation of the President, shall appoint such number of weighers, gangers, measurers, in spectors, appraisers, and clerk* as may be necessary, in hi% judgment, for the faithful execution of the revenue law* at said pom of delivery, and shall fix and establish the limits within which such porta ot delivery are constituted porta of entry ae aforesaid; and all the provision* of law regulating the issue ot marine papers, the coasting trade, the warehousing of imports, and collection of dutie* shall apply to the porta of entry so constituted in tbesauie manner as they do to ports ef entry established by the law* now in force. Sec. ti. And be It further enacted. That if from the cause mentioned iu the foregoing section, iu the jndgmeut ot the President, the revenue from dutie* on imports cannot be effectually collected at any port of entry Id any collection district, in the ordi nary way and by the ordiuary means, or by the course provided in the fcregoiug section, then, and iu that case, he may direct that the custom-house tor the district be established in any secure place within said district, either on land or on board any vessel in paid district or at sea near the coast; and in such cum- the collector shall reside at such place, or on shipboard, as the case may be, and there de tain all ve.<wels and cargoea arriving within or ap f>roaching ?aid district, until the duties iinnoeed by aw on said ve?*el? and their cargoee are pai J in cash: Provided, that if the owuer or consignee of the cargo en board any vessel detained as aforesaid, or the n.as:er of said veeeel, shall dt-ire te enter a port of entry in any other district in the Umted States * here no such obstructions to the execution of the laws ex inl the master of such ve>eei may be permitted so te change the destination of the vessel and cargo in his manifest; whereupon the collector shall delnrtr him a written permit to proceed totbe|>ort ?o designated: And provided farther, that the Secretary of the Tre??ury shall. with the approbation of the Presi dent. make proper regulatiens for the enforcement on ahlpboard of sue'* provisions of the laws regulat ing the aasessiuent aild collection vf dntie* as in his Judgment may be necetMr} and practicable. Sec S. And be it further euacted, That it shall be unlawful to take any vessel or cargo detaiur<l a aforesaid from th? custMy of the proper officers of the cn-tont*, unl??* by procei* of com* c^urt of the United State*: nnd In case of any attempt otherwise to take such vessel or cargo by any force, or combi nation. or assemblage of person*, too great to be over come by the officers of the customs, ft shall and may be lawful for the President, or ?nrb person or persons as he shall have empowered for that |Nirpose. to em doy such part of the army or navy or malitia of the Jnfted States, or ?uch force of citizen volnnteers as niaj be ueeu>?d uece^-Aiy for the purpose of prevent ing the removal of such \eseei or car^e. and protect ing the officer* of the customs in retaining the custo dy thereoC Sec. 4. And be it farther enacud. That it in the led. .cent efthe President, from the cause mentioned in the first action of tlii?act,thedutie*upon imjsjrti in any collection district cannot be effectually collect rd by the ordinary ruean* and in the ordinary way. or in the zu?>dc and manner provided in the foregoing ?ectious ol thia act.*tl:eu and in that case the Presi dent is hereby empowered to dose the port or ports ot entry in said district, and in such case give notice thereof by proclamation ; and thereupon all right ol ?m|>*rtati.>n, warehousing, and other privilege* inci dent to ports of entry shall cease and be discontin ued at sach port ?o closed, until opened by order ot the President on the cessation of surh obstructions; and if. ahile said ports are so closed, any ship or ves sel from beyoud the Uulted States, or haviugon board any article* subject to dutie*. shall enter or attempt to unter any *uch port, the mine. together with it* tackle, apparel, tor nit are, and cargo, shall be forfeit ed to the United States. Sec. 5. And be it farther enacted. That whenever the President, in tmr*?.auce ol the provisions of the second section of the act entitled ~ An act to provide for caliing forth the malitia to execute the law* of the Union, suppress insurrection*, and repel Inva sion*. and to repeal the act now in force for that pur pose," approved February 23, 1784, shall have called forth the militia to snppr?*a combinations against the laws of the United States, and to caa-e the law* to be duly executed, and the insnrgeuta shall have failed to disperse by the time directed by the President, and when *aid insurgents claim to act tinder the author ity of any SUte or States, and such claim 1* not dis claimed or repudiated Vy the person* exercising the functions of government Iu such State or States, or in the part or parts thereof in which said coinbina tiotw exists, nor snch insurrection suppressed by said Stat* or State*, then and in such case It may and shall be lawful for the President, by proclamation, to declare that the Inhabitants of such ?tate, er any sec tion or part thereof, where such insurrection exists, are in a state of Insurrection again?t the United State*; and thereupon all commercial intercourse by and between the came and the citizen* thereof and the citixen* of the rest of the Uuited States shall ?rase and be unlawful so long as such condition ol hostility shall continue; and all g.iod* and chattic*. ware* and merchandUe, coming from said State or ?ectiou into other part* of the United Bute*, and all proceeding to such gtate or aection, by land or water, -hill, together with the ve**el or vehicle convey ing the same, or conveying persons to br from such State cr section, be forfeited to the United SUte*: Provided,however. That the President may, in his discretion, license and permit commercial In tercourse with any such part of aald SUte or section, the inhabitanU of which are ao declared In a state ot insurrection, in snch articles, and for-ench time, and by such persons, as he, in his discretion, may think most conducive to the public interest: and such In tercourse, so far as be him licensed, shall be conduct ed and carried on only in pursuance of rules and reg ulations prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury. And the Secretary of the Treasury may appoint such officer* at places where officer* of thecustomsar* not now authorized by law as may be needed to carry into effect such license*, rules, and regulations; and ?jfflcer* of the enstoats and other officer* shall receive for service* under thia section. and under said rule* and regulations, such fetes and compensation as are now allowed for similar service* under other provis ion* of Uw. Sec. 6. And be It further enacted. That from and ?tier fifteen days after tbei**uing of th* said procla mation. a* provided In the last foregoing section of this act, any ship or vessel belonging in whole or in part to any citizen or inhabiUnt of said or part or a SUte w hose inhabitants are so declared in a vUt* of insurrection, found at sea. or in any port of the re*t of the United SUte*, shall be forfeited to the 1 United States. Sec. 7. And be it farther enacted, That In the exe cut Ion of the provision* of this act, and of the other law* of the United Sutes providing for the collection of dutie* on imports and tonnage, it may and be lawful for the President, in addition to the t nne cutters In service, to employ in mU thereof mch other suiUble vessels as may, In hi* jadgmant, he re paired. Sec. & And be It farther enaqhj. That the for itnrea and penalties Incurved by virtue ot thia act may be mitigated or remitted, in pursuance ef the authority vested in the Secretary of the Treasury by the act entitled ** An act providing for Mitigating or remitting the forfeitures penalties, and Hlitirt accruing In certain cases therein mentioned." ap proved March third, seventeen hundred and ninety seven, or fa cases where special circumstances may seem to require it, according to regulations to be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury. Sec. 9. And be it farther enacted. That proceed ings oa seizures for forfeitures under thia act may be ?irsnedin the courU of the United States in any strict Into which the property ao seized may be taken and proceedings instituted; and such courts shall have and entertain as full Jurisdiction over the -one a* If the aeiznre.*ras made in that district. Approved, July 13,1S61. [PotuoHxo.4. AS ACT to provide for the appointment of teat Paymasters in the Navy. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of L. entattree of the united Sutee of America in i grass ease milled, That the grade of asaisti master in the navy of the "United Statee be s ?y by is estabfiahed, and that froea and after the pes angeof thia act theProrideatof the United State! by and with the advice end rnsmtef the Bents vy, not exoeeaag Uurtydz In number. S*c. 2. And be ft farther enicted, That ?t*tt r>*r who .hall be at the CtQje of hi* appointment. u* Dvt thai? twectj^ne yearaof nfetiur mare than iwentTHd* ?St2H?aU f!?1 *? *??? appointment 1?U phjslcal. mental *od moral nuallflcationa ?L Inquire*! Into and ferorably r.ported bo*rd of paymasters appointed #< V*k^7 uP?n by u flrn hai^~?.l^l?*t*?fconmlM'J^ ?? tkominj of eommluion, one tbonwnd (wo hundred S2S5?viB! ssss^SrSiKsissa? to on. ?tTor?r^ ' l*Tm*"*"h"1"? ??"-! d-ihoroU.^n.U^'i^Mt^'^^T b* P^Scc^oTth? Hl^SteS.' ?*n o?cer present our make an actio* an* ?aimZ2,Si"'!,il^"?n :o P-rTurm th. datl? ?^twnSrJSn^^L " m-u",n? P-rm"!?r g?s&3?33? ?-^ec* ^ I' further enacted. That f*rh esSvSSSESS^isT ut of pr0m?*ll>n <""* *? Appror.d, July 17,1861. (Pr*uo-?o. (.] AN ACT to ^ ^ for ^V2^XX5S?.*S? R.pre ?r?. ueatu TUt th. Coa sHgHSSSS^sJ ssssiniL ?, ejijr n,"u?- of don.r* ?? s UHnatu h. may dfra nmwry for th.pnMfc ?? ?*?!? TtL ,?0aPOf bwmssSSSSSSsSS per annum, payable femi-annnally, irredeemable inr nSHS "iKataM'STn' E?->?'?r ?lS? ?Stsr?^ saiKHS vSTS?lh* *??!!SU,M ? n^wJSS ISIflfitS SSyOS?.0iS^* h"0'lr?l dollar. .bull bo mideT KSriSSS-gfisPa Sec. *. And be it further enacted. That th? t?. trader, or tf^lug^iYtaiT^^TT1 amr~ SSt'2 tV. S^Jr ??2iESE gsptss^s: It, lor F" **? Ifllli^sSil ""?P-l-"' pablbbnl ,n a2fwiTpuSSTKjif g^2H^S3B^ the pablic iiitrrr-t; and if Mt hi ?ha??U**?U\U3 amount required Lv i * accept the .mall.r .Xriptloi.??f ,?? j**"?" to ,h, ^SSSwsSHfa IS1rtJS d?^ I"'SnS2linf?i ? tr??nin* ?"?' ?< ^?.rp?ES^ SSl ajsaifesssas Sf's^Twr3^' ^ & ?se?s ?P?ll?rt. Ufor. op^ni'ag^^,1"'^'^! dtr*m 11 rvdr ST"fc' twrmj-UUrj of D^-?nb.r T" ?J ????* no, ?c?d,?K ?. ssftisSffisSSS^aB JajV public notice uT?-.!t ^ lh*? Hft??n to b. p?id. .mi tC ^,l?*ff ^?'_ "' ?"d? It I. ?ujr mch in?talmenu!and when ? io( pofvla Khali b% oniTn^il? .u en Dd *L?re?ncb pro vorable prupocala offeixf hw^Lf^jV! nK*t (a grujsszz .s^i^^s':. ztaz t^nh^^t^"^?4Tbj.t ,h. negotiate any portion i e?m il ?^Tl*ble, ?"? hn5dr*d w?Uion? of doUara, bJiir for^T"""* t*T? and parable at airr wrtgn conn ?he Uoited State* or in Eorope^ad m!^ *iU,'r In tered or conpon boude for tS^nJif^ * ^^.biTto is* ^2?JU ititerm p.r.bl. ^ini-inni.'i. Ii.i ,**? ?x^nj SU?M or at ,bt dib^ffti'' *i,thlrin the UnilJ I. 'MW.othJ^j^^Sl^' I-Eoropc; ?d b. Mli.m.j dt?n^S_! Af K "c.^ ??"'01 Nrau andrr bii io?ro?I^Sd t.-ntr!f, ^ ?*"'' on tb. not acd to^S x th?cJESSl? ?**?t or JZ "||7 "T"' ^! Of red, . re??l?tion?, to thra ul tb. b. hokoUmkL hkh ?*"'hloan sSsSttES!* nT^5?!ress.'SffS,-~s ^.^MUof"bS?,i-PS2^ *lo? of this act; and by the ftrrt ?*> ?och mm jA.ii 2z?Lrr..?yTer V* hro or rviama ?? QfDroo^?S5.^1dif?y^??"wth? thirty. wMiiasS^^SSfia. j?^pf u,^ ftSU^l^irrSSS(2^2rfcc? "y* of til with ao ^ have bwi aoneBa^^TT^-.?*1^11^ tho? thai ?J^t^aao^tof b<?Sr^SL^^,?!?r^t* fcybwBltmudtrrt<^^TTmmr Bouaaat Sec. ?. And be it ftirrtu , , of tiMUmtad 8tuL^2^J^S?L.1W,WlUth fiiseSSS^sSSraws: ^io^ass^Lsrg' S^SL'E Dtctmbir, lgaj, *o far as the same cau or way be aj> pUed to the provision* ot this act, and uol im?m*js teut therewith, kre hereby revived or r??-eh*cted. Sec. 11. And be it farther enacted. That* to defray ell the expense* that may attend the execution oi thl* act, the sum uf two hundred thousand dollar*,or so much thereof ae may be necesietry, be and* the le is hereby appropriated, to be paid out of any monej la the Treasury not otherwise appropriated. Approved, July 17,1861. [PCBUO?No. 6.] AN ACT making additional appropriations tor the support of the army for the fiscal year ending June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and fixty-teo, and ap propriations of arrmrarui for the fiscal year end ing June thirtieth, eighteen hundred and sixty one. Be it enacted by the Senate and lfouse of Repre sentatives of the United States of America in Con gress assembled, That the following soma be and the same are hereby appropriated oat of any money lit the Treasury not otherwise appropriated, for the sup port of the army for the year ending the thirtieth of June, eighteen hundred and sixty-two. For expenses of recruiting, transportation of re cruits from the dliferent rendezvous to general de !<>ta, procuring of medical attendance, and all other expenses attending the raising of twenty-four thou sand two hundred and eighty-five men, to be organ ised into nine regiments ot infantry, one regiment ot cavalry, and one regiment of artillery as per general orders number sixteen, dated War Department. Ad iutant General's Office, Washington, May fourth, eighteen hundred and aixty-ooe, three hundred and fifty-eight thousand dollars. For purchase of books of tactics and Instruction for the volunteers, filly thousand dollars. For pay of the army, three million nine hundred and sixty-nine thousand eight hundred and forty eight dollars and eighty-eight cents. For commutation of officers' subsistence, four hun dred and seventy-eight thousand three hundred and seventeen dollars and sixty cents. For commutation of forage for officers* horses, sev enty-three thousand and fitiv-aix dollars. For payments In lieu of clothing for officers* ser vants, fifty-eeven thousand one hundred and eighty dollars. For pay of the three months' volunteers, two mil lion five hundred and seven thousand dollars. For pay of the two and three years* volunteers, fif ty-five million dollars. For subsistence in kind for regular troops, two mil lion four hundred and ninety-three thousand font hundred and ninety-eeven dollars and fifty cents. For sabslstence in kind for two and three years' volunteers, tweurj-three million eighty-four thous and two hundred and eighty-four dollars. For the regular supplies of the quartermaster's de partment, consisting ot fuel for the officers, enlisted men, guard, hospital, storehouses, ami unices; of for age in kind for the horse*, mules, and oxen of the quartermaster's department at the several po?ts and stations, and with the armies in the field; for the horee* of the regiments of dragoons, and fcr the au thorized number of officers' horses when serving In the field and at the outposts, including bedding for the animals; of straw for soldiers' bedding; and of stationery, including blank books for the quarter^ master's department, certificates for discharged sol diers, blank forms for the pay and quartermaster's department, and for printing of division and depart ment orders and reports, fourteen million two hun dred and sixty-five thousand fifty-nine dollars and thirty-?even cents. For the incidental expenses of the quartermaster's department, consisting of postage on letters and packets received and seut by officers of the army on public service; expenses of courts-inartial and courts of inquiry, including the additional compensation o! judges advocate, recorders, members, and witnesses, while on that service, under the act of eighteen hun dred and two; extra pay to soldiers empleved under the direction of the quartermaster** department in the c-?ctiou of barracks, quarters, storehouses, and hospital*, in the construction of roads, and other con stant labor, for periods of not less than ten days, un der the acta of second of March, eighteen hundred aud ninteen, and of fourth of August, eighteen hun dred and fifty-four, including those employed as clerks at division and department headquarters; expense* of expresses to and from the frontier posts aud ar mies in the field; of escorts to j>aymaeters and other disbursing officer*, and to traius where military ee cn.rt* cannot be furnished; excuses of the interment of officers killed in action, or who die when on duty in the field, or at the poets on the frontiers, or at oth er posts aud places, when otdered by the Secretary of War, and of non-commiseioned officers and soldiers - authorized office furniture; hire of laborers In the quartermaster's department, includingtbe hire of in terpreters and guides for the army; compensation ol clerks to officers of the quartermaster's department; compensation of forage aud wagon master*, author ized by the act of fifth July, eighteen hundred and thirty-eight; for the apprehension of deserters and the expenses Incident to their pursnit; and for the following expenditures required for the regiments of dragoons aud light artillery, viz: the purchase oi tra\ eling forges, blacksmiths' and shoeing tools, bone and mnles shoes and nails, Iron and steel for shoeing, hire ol veterinary surgeons, medicine* for horses and mules, picket ropes, and for shoeing the horses or the corps named, seven million six hundred and sixty-eix thousand six hundred and sixty-elx dollar*. For the purchase of dragoon and artillery bones, ten million five hundred and fourteen thousand five hundred dollars. For mileage, or the allowance made to officer* ol the army for the transportation of themselves and their baggage m hen traveling ou duty without truope, eecorts or supplies, five hundred thousand dollar*. For transportation of the army, Including the bag gage of the troop*, when moving eithor by land or water; of cfothiug, camp and garrison equipage, from the depot at l>biladelphia to the several posts and army depots, and from those depots to tbo troops In the field; and subsistence from the places of pur chase and from the place* of delivery, undtr con tract, to such places as the circumstances of the ser vice may require them to be sent; of ordnance, ord nance store*, and small anus from the foundries at d armorie* to the arsenals, fortifications, frontier posit, and aruiy depots; freights, wharfage, tolls, and fer riage*; t he purchase and hire of horses, mules, and harness, and the purchase and repair of wagon* carts, and drays; and or shipe and other sea-goinK vessels and boats required for the transportation ol supplies and for garrison purposes; for drayage and cartage at the several poets; hire or teamsters; transportation of funds for the pay and other dis bursing d? part menu; the expense of sailing public transport* on the various rivers, the Gull of Mexi co, and the Atlantic, aud for procuring water at %ucb posts as from their situation require it to be brought from a distance, and for clearing roads and removing obstructions trom roads, harbor*. ?nd riv et*, to the extent which may be required for theae ?pfr>t^n ?f *** ^ In the field, sixteen million two hundred and twenty thousand nine hun dred and fifty-four dollar*. For gunboats on the western river*, one million dollars. Uire or quarters for troop*; of storehouses fci the safekeeping of military stores; of grounds foi summer cantonments and for temporary huts, one million five hundred thoumnd dollar*. For clothing, camp and garrison equipage, thir teen million fourhundred and sixteen thousand four hundred and thirty-seven dollars and two cent*. Forcontingenciee of the army, two hundred thou sand dollars. For th. medical and ho^IUI department., one !nU^Jw?J^radrtd and wentj-one thourad eight hundred and forty-one dollars. For armament of fortifications, four hundred and fifty-seven thousand six hundred dollars. .*or the current expenses of the ordnance ser vice, two hundred and eix thousand two hunndred and ninety-two dollar*. For ordnance, ordnance store*, and supplies, In cluding hone equipment* for all mounted troops, two million three hundred and sixty thcmiand dol lars. . *?r *he manufacture of arms, two million five hundred and seventy-three thousand three hundred and ten dollar*. For increasing the mannfcetoring capacity of the For the nnrckaao of gnnpowdar and lead, fan th.u*iod Mvtn hundred aid etgnty dollars. 1? U,OM"d hnn For the following fort taction.: tJ&VrtSSSSd'Si^* Chaplain. N.w York, ?aEddouSS' PM'ob,,co, riw'M*io*' thoo ?&n PortUnd *?? thoni^fuSrrport h"bor' u??dfcd3S?StaUn ? T.'^-^LSdtiS5S,k,-' 4^^n?2S3,SoS?. SchuJ"r' tF^SSU^SSs* h*rbor- M*rjUad' ??> v,r?inu-??* S&v8" rr"c1*00 fort* not permanently occupied by troep*, tan thou ?and dollars. For contingencies at Carttficatkme, thirty thou sand dollar*. For*uriey*for urfHtary dsfsocee, fifty thowud For amount required to^ refUnd to the 1 T,h,auc" c*?*d ^ , jy ^ ^ ft Aether enacted. That the fob hundred and forty-etz dollar* and sixty-three For incidental exp?jtiae? or* the quartermaster's ! department three hundred slkiy-five tliouwud and thirteen'dollarsand sight)'cent*. For transportation of tmr army asu its supplies, two mllllou t wo Iiuodrod nad fifty-tour thousand one hundred and eighty-fix dollar* and eighty-one c?nu. For transportation of officers' baggage, fifteen thousand three hundred aud sixty-ssvsn dollars. For purchase of dragoon hones, two hundred and ninsty-seven thousand three hundred and thirty flre dlolars. For clothing, camp and garrison equipage, one million, three hundred an? fifty thousand one hun dred and fifty one dollars and thirty-eight cents. For current expends of ordnance service, twenty thousand dollars. For ordnance, ordnance stores, and supplies, Inclu ding horse equipments for all mounted troops, four hundred thousand dollars. For manufacture of arms, sixty thousand dollars. For increasing the manufacturing capacity of tho national armory, fifty thousand dollars. For purchase of gunpowder and laud, forty thou sand dollars. For purchase of artillsry horses, twenty-five thou sand dollars. Tor hire of quarters lor troops, of store houses for the safe keeping of military stores, of grounds for summer cantonments, and for temporary hut*, one hundred and fifty-eight thousand two hutftlrsd and eighty-three dollars and eighty-one cents. Sec. S. And belt further euactcd. That all appro priations and all provisions of law herein contained applicable to three years* volunteers shall apply to two years' volunteers, and all other volunteers who have been or may be received into tho service of tho United States fv>r a period exceeding three months. Approved, July 17,1861. piXn"os7 H. CART WRIGHT, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in MUSIC, MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Cutlery 4c. Variety Goods, NO. 125 MAIN STREET. ^^^t^AGENT for JlalletfDavls ACo's ^C^^ff|PI&no?. The above Pianos arefit ted ^TT with all the improvements, In beau* u " lr \| ?ttful Rosewood cases. My assortment ranges from the plain or square piano to the beau* tifuT Lout* XIV style. Also.Sgentfor Prince's Melodeons, Car hart'sMelodeons,and HngheiAIIale's Melodeous. SHEET 3VITJSIO. The largest stock of Sheet Music, Musical Works, A In the Western country. 49~Music sent to any addrees, postage free."^fc In connection with the above, I keep every kind musical instrument*, and musical merchandisegener ally. 4&*Piauos, Melodeoh*. awl ereiy kind of Musical Instruments toned and repaired. All geods warranted at this establishment nov 6/69 BALTIMORE Commercial College! Foovbib, 1862. Chutiud, 1864 LOCATED, Cor. Baltimore and Cliarlea-8ta.? BALTIMORE, M D. rillUS INSTITUTION IS NOW IN THE MOST X prosperous and flourishing condition. Twice du ring the last two years has it l>een necessary to obtain larger apartments for the accommodation of the in* creasing number of students, representing nearly every State in the Union. It now occapies one of the most conspicuous and desirably located buildings in the city. The rooms are co turn odiously arranged, spacious and elegantly furnished. The advantages and facilities here offered to young men desiring to qualify theiuselTea properly for the various duties of the Counting Room, or to obtain a Thorough Practical Business Education geuerally, are unsurpassed, iu any i*rticular, by any similar estab lishment In the United States. FACULTY? E. K. LOS1ER, Principal?Lecturer on the Science of Accounts, Com* merce, Business Customs, etc. J.M. PHILLIPS. Professor of the Theory and Practice of Book-Keeping and Commerical Calculations. IL U. DA VIES, Associate Professor of Book-Keeping. IN. C. JOIINSON, Professor of Business and ornamental Penmanship S* T. WILLIAMS, Esq., Lecturer on Mercantile Law. Rsv. E. VBATES REESE, D. D., Lecturer on Commeriat Ethios. TRUSTEES: Hon. Jne. P. Kennedy, Hon. Joshua Vausant, lion. Thos Swa&n, Win. II. Kfishler, Esq., Jacob Trust. Esq- Wm. Knabe, Esq, The College is provided with a Commercial Library of Standard Works, expressly for the use of the Stu dents. Each Student has a denk to himself, and is sepa rately instructed. There being no vacation during the year, Sudents ui enter at any time. The time nsually required tocompleU the full course, | from 8 to 12 weeks. A Djploxa is awarded to all Graduates. A large aad Beautifully Ornamented Circular, con taining upwards of six cqcaez run, representing the Ecterior and Interior View of the College, various characteristic designs, penmanship. Ac., sent by mall free of chary*, accompanied with catalogue jririuR mil particulars. Address E. K. LOSIEK Baltimore Md. SAWTELLS & SHANNON, No. 9 Monroe St. HAVE JIIBT RECEIVED THEIR SPRING STOCK " ?or? Cloths, Casslmeres and Testings. Also, a complete assortment of Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. maw '? .. - : : ; . ?. ?? JOHN T. IiAKIN, [Successor to Wheeler k Lakln.] WILL RECEIVE AND HAVE OPENED FOR inspection en Thursday, March 29th, a new and well selected assortment of Cloths, Ca88imeres and Vestingsl Also a complete assortment of GENTLEMEN'S FUR NISHING GOODS. The patrons of the old firm, and the publie In gen eral. are respectfully invited to call and examine my stock before making their purchases as I intend sell ing at small profits to cash and prompt purchasers. Thankful far the patronage bestowed upon the old firm, I solicit a continuance of the same tor the new establishment. JOHN T. LAKIN, Merchant Tailor, mhSUJwd No. 102 Main St., Wheeling, Va. OEO. W. JOBHBO?. * W. V. JOHJCSOJf. G. W. JOHNSON 4 SON, Wannfacturera of Copper, Tin And Sheet Iron Ware. Hating availed ourselves of all the improved facilities, we are better prepared now than ever to fill all orders for any article or work In the above line of business. Values and Conductors made to order. Steamboat work done in a substan tial and workmanlike manner. We are now paying particular aiteution to tbi* * .. j |?nicuiar. ..H4IC9NV waters we can offer inducements that cannot be found elsewhere. Our stock of Ware Is complete, and the assortment isfbl! at alltimes. We keep a stock of the latest and most approved patterns of Coal and Wood Stoves on hand at all times. G. W. JOHNSON k SON, No. 179 Market Square, JyS-dAwtf Wheeling, Va. Bridal Presents. SOLID SILVER WARE. TU8T RECEIVED PER ADAMS EXPRE8S. A tl superior stock of Silver Ware, consisting of Pie,' Cake, Ice Cream. Jelly, Toast and Fish Knives; Su-^ gar Spoons and Lifters, Silver Salt Cellars and Spoons., insets. Fish Knivee and Forks in sets. Individual* Baits. Napkin Rings, Pickle Knivee and Forks, 8flver Card Cases and Port Monnaies, Spoons, Cups, Gob lets, Ac. [ janll) J.T. SCOTT A'CO. NEW YORK EXPRESS, 15 PARK ROW. THE "DAILY EXPRESS," (Morning or Evening Edition, at the selection of the subscriber,) is seat by mail at SIX DOLLARS per annum, always payable In advance. ..it *?' " THE "WEEKLY EXPRESS," Had* Ouftm. r ?'rr.j?JJ 00 |Mr uhb. I TkmCopk. *00 - ' , FHoCcpfw,.. , , ""-j,* 2 | Twcat j Corioa, too?MkM?*i,t20 00, ?nd un tr* copy to Uu Bttar ?p ?f dab. Tw.nty Co- | ftm or tnn, to tho kMna of Meh nbacxtbar, *190. vat upon application, to uj ad-1 dna,ialiiauf u n*r b. piW. To ClorcjraMB, tb. W?oklj will bo nt tor Oh Dottor poinu. J. m. It. BROOKS. MEW YORK. iVSabecdbevs are In all cases requested to send their money to the office direct. We hava no Assets, none sfceald be waited for to call mh? FALL AND WINTER TRADE. FOR I860. Great Preparations for a Large Trade! THEMENDOUS STOCK, AT THE GOLDEN BEE HIVE STOKE 17<1- MAIN ST., WHEELING, VA. STOKE dC THOMAS announce to their friend*, and the public, Hiat they are in rec?4pt or the! stock of Fall and Winter Goods, embracing DRY GOODS In erery variety, MILLINERY GOODS, CAR PETING, OIL CLOTHS apd NOTIONS, comprising tbe largest and in some respect* the most desirable ?? hare ever brought to thocity. Our customers may rest assured that they will have all the advantages that a long experience, dote attention to business, careful buying, and buying with Cash, in most case* directlj from manufacturers and Importers, can give them. We have made ample preparations for a large JOLUINQ TRADE, and invite the attention of Dealers to an examination of our stock ?f goods before buying. V ? court the cloMMit Cash Trade. Tailors and Clothing men will find it to their interest to examine our ?to<k of Cloths, Cassimeres and Vesting*, and Findings. Without particularizing, we mill soy that we keep tk i largest stock of DRR88 SILKS, of every variety, MILLINERY SILKS, VELVETS, and TRIMMINGS. FRENCH MKRINOES. of all colors, FRENCH PRINTED CASSIMERES, and Plain and Printed Woolen Fabrics, Plain Goods, suitable for Friends* wear, Shawls and Shawletts, of every style. Cloaks and Mantles, Ribbons and Bonnets, . . , A , , . . Printed Cotton Fabrics, Ac, of any house In tho city. Our stock of FURS is large and desirable, and our stock of Carpeting in very | slrable and very cheap Persons desirous of making purchases will find it to their interest to call and amine before making their purchase*. Gooods sent to any part of the city free. A largo corps of gentlemanly Clerks, speaking both German and English, as well as the proprietors, wait ?n f"rt?n,er?- I?"?1etto u? ?ru*11 profits and quick sales. Remember the sign Golden Bee*hive, near the Suspension Bridge. [novioi STONK k TH Oil AS' MRS. WIN8LOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers,her SOOTHING SYRUP FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, which greatly facilitates the process of teething, b> softening the gums, rodacing all inflammation?will allay aixpaix aud spasmodic action, audi* Sure to Regulate the Bowels. Depend upon it, mothers.it will give rest toy ourselves and relief stud, health to your infants* We have put up and sold this article for over ten years, and can say,in confidence f" * truth of It, what we bave never been able to aayots* ? .4ier medicine; Never has it Failed, ix a hi.tout i waxcxto effect a CUKE, when timely used. Never did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its opera tions, and speak in terms of commendation of its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in this matter "WIIKT WE DO KNOW," after ten years' experience and pledge our reputation for the fulfilment of what we here declare. In almost every itutauce where the infant is suffer!ur from j?aln anil exhaustion, relief will be found In fifteen or twenty minutes after the syrup is administered. This valuable preparation is the prescript ian of ono of the most KXPKKIENCED and SKILPCL NURS ES in New England, and has been used with never failing success in THOUSANDS OF CASKS. It not only relie ve* the child from pain, but invigor ates thestomacb and bowels.corrects acidity,and give* tone and energy to the wholo system. It will relieve almost instantly Griping In the Bowels, d& Wind Colic and overcome coirvulsions, which. if not speedily reme died, end in death. We beieve it the best and mcbemt hexxdr in the Woxu>, in all eases of DYSENTERY atoDTAHKIICEA rx CHILDREN, whether it arises from teething, or from other cause. We would say to every mother who am a child suffering from any of the foregoing complaints?do not let your pre judices, nor the prejudices of others, stand between yon and yonr sntferingchild, and the relief that will be SUBS?yes, ABSOLUTELY SURE ?to follow the use of this medicine, if timely used. Fnll directions will accompany each bottle. None genuine unless the fac-simile ofCDBTIS Jfc TER KINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper. 80Id by Druggists throngbouttlie world. Principal Office, 13 Cedar St., N. Y. PRICK ONLY 26 CENTS PER BOTTLE. octlft-ly-dAw Missouri Mining Company. Incorporated Feb. 22d, 1801. CAPITAL STOCK 8500.000 1QIS COMPANY IS FOBMKD FOIl TUB PUB poae of advancing the great mining Intereataol tinr Mate. We do not profeaa to be governed by purely philanthropic motive* in initiating this en terprise. We believe thut the stock enn be made to pay large diviJends, and at the same time more real good accomplished and greater process made in de veloping and making known the a*touit>hing mineral wealth of Miswuri. than by the nse of five times the amountof our capital invested in any other business. We shall m*ke the office of our Company a ci m Slete mining bureau of the mineral resource* cl ##e tnte. We have power under our charter t'J \ ur chase and sell mineral lands wherever lr.rh!eJ in Missouri. Great inducements will be offered to cap italists mid mining ndventurerv, who desire to pur chase and work paying mines, by dealing with this Company. We respectfapy solicit the attention of all who have mineral lands for sale to send us a statement of the same, describing the kind of minerals on their lands, the number of acres, the location, and the low est cash price they ate willing to take for naid lands. We shall wr.sk only such mines as pay largely, but ?hall open and prove most of the lands we sell. Tlio books fbr subscription to the stock are now open at the office of the Company, Main street, northwest corner of Locust, over Merchants' Bauk. entrance No. 21 Locuit street. All whe feel an interest in this business, and have money, will do well to call and subscribe. Those wishing stock, living out of the city, can secure it by enclosing ten per cent, of the amount wanted to the President or Treasurer. DIBXCTOES: Henry D. Bacon, Esq., . Matthew. Butler, Esq, Alfred Clapp, Esq., L. B. Harwood. Ksq., I Joseph Lathrop, Usq, B. M. Lynch, Esq., I L. Y. Bogy, Esq., Joseph Payne, Esq., I TtcatxKs: I Henry D. Bacon, L. V. Bogy. If. BUTLEll, Treas. ALFRED CLAPP, Pres't. I The above prospectus has up to this date been I published In only one of our leading paper* for ten days. No extra efforts to get stock taken have been | made; yet the public so well appreciate the sound ness of the enterprise, that over two hundred thous and dollars of the stock has already been taken. We would briefly state that the shares are $25 each, paid In fall, without farther liability; transferable by de livery; registered only when dividends are received. Any person having money to spare, can, by the pur chase of share* in the Missouri Mining Company make an investment that will pay largely, and hold stock that is readily converted into cash without loss All communications to the President promptly answered. mh30-dAw2m 6t. Louis. Mo? March 22.1S61 ? New Stock of Fin? Pianos THE subscriber has Just received a new stock ol fine Pianos, from the celebrated factory ot Chlckering A Sons, Boston, which for beauty of fin ish, power of tone and elasticity of tourh. are supe rior to any instruments ever brought to the city. These Pianos were bought for cash and will l>e sold at lesa than Eastern prices for cash and casK only. The public are respectfally Invited to call and examine fbr themselves. ?Old Pianos taken ta exchange fornew. tn exchange for new. - J4WBJ6B.MKLLOR, S rKfrWlA _ 'Gard. r. J r. HrrOHOOOK n? rwp??tf.lly JL ? that he has roened an office at No. 03 Main-St., PUBLIC ACCOOSTA.1T. Ha also gives instruction in ACCOUNTANTSHIP, in all ft* branches?Bookkeeping, Commercial Cal. eolations, Bnalness Writing. Ac a also in Political Tb? MUM ol Infraction la InUqiUd'to ha. aa T. T. H. ben lear. to r.fer fh'oaa to whom h. 1. BOT?? 6Af B^AIl ktnda of Bofr and^fWhi Wintar Capa, tor Bale hrw. . D- NIOOLL * BRO'g, lUclT lWlUtartxJrt. AYEB'S CATHARTIC PILLS Are tod sick, feeble and complaining Are yon out of order, with your system dentng cU, arid your feellngi uncomfortable? These symp torn* ore often the prelude to serious illness. Jwm? fit of sickuess is creeping upop you, and aJietOJ be averted by a timely use of the right remedy. Take Ayer*s Pill", and cleanse out tbedisordered humors? purifV the blood, and let the fluids more on unob structed In health again. They stimulate the'frac tions of the body Into rigorous activity, puriry the system from the obstructions which make disease A cold settles somewhere In the body, and obstructs Its natural function*. These, if not relieved, react upon themselves and the surrounding organs; pro ducing general aggravation, suffering, and disease. While In this condition, oppressed by the derange ment*, take Ayer's PUIS, and see how directly they restore the natural action of the system, and with it tbe buoynnt feelinp of health again. Wlwt lit true and so apparent Id this trivial and common cm plaint, fa aluo true in many of the deep-seated and dangerous distempers. The same purgative effect expels them. Caused by similar obstruction# and derangements of the natural functions of the body, they are rapidly, and many of them surely, cured by the same means. None who know the virtues of these Pills, will neglect to employ them when suffer Ing from the disorders they cure. Statement* from leading physicians in some of the principal cities, and from other well known publio persons. From a Forwarding Merchant of St. Louis i Feb. 4, 1856. Da. Aykk: Your Pills are the paragon of all that is great In medicine. They have cured my little daugh ter of ulcerous sores upon her hands and feet that had proved Incurable for years. Her mother haa been long grievously afflicted with blotches and pim ple* on her skin and In her hair. After our child was cored, she also tried your Pills, and they have cured her. ASA MORORIDGK. As a Family Physic. From Dr. E. Hr. OxriwriahL, Aine Orleans. Your Pills are tbo prince of pnrges. Their excel lent qualities surpass any cathartic we possess. They are mild, but very certain and effectual in their ac tion on the bowels, which makes them invaluable to us in the daily treatu ^nt of disease. Headache, Sick Headache, Foul Sto mach. From Dr. Edward Boyd, Baltimore. Dear Bao. Arxm: I cannot answer you yohat com plaints I have cured with your Pills better than te say all that toe ever treat with a purgative Medicine I place great dependence on an effectual cathartic in my daily contest with disease, and believing as 1 do that 3'our PHI* afford us the best we have,l of coarse value them highly. Pittsburg, pa., Blay 1.1S5S. Dr. J. C. Atxr. Sir: I have been repeatedly cured of the worst headache anybody can have by a dote or two of your Pills. It seems to arise from a foul sto mach. which they cleanse at once. Yours with great respect. ED. W. PRABLK, Clerk of Steamer Clarion. Billions Disorders-Liver Complaints. From Dr. Throdere Bell, of Ifcto York City. Not only are your Pills admirably adapted ro their pnrpo?e an an aperient, but 1 And their beneficial ef fects upou the Liver very marked Indeed. They have in my practice proved more effectual for th? cure of trillions complaints than any one remedv I can mention. I sincerely rejoice that we have'at length a purgative which Is worthy the confidence ot the profeitsion and the people. Dkpartmmt of the Ixtxhior, ) ashlngton, D. C., 7th Feb., I860. f Sa: I have used your Pills in my general and hos pital practice ever since you made them, and cannot hesitate to say they are the best cathartic we employ Their regulating action on the liver is quick and de cided, consequently they are an admirable remedv for derangements of that organ. Indeed. I have seldom found a case of billions disease so obstinate that it did not readily yield to them. Fraternally yours. ALONZO BALL, 31.1>. Physician of the Marine Hospital Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Relax, "Worms From Dr. J. O. Green of Chicago. t ?F,?1?^uilI,,ihRVe a long trial in my practice, and I hold them in esteem as one of the best aperients I have \er found. Their alterative effect upon the P1 V?,??cell*nt remedy,when given doses-for bxUtous dytenUry and diarrhoea. Their sugar-coating makes them very acceptable aud convenient Cor the use of women and children. Dyspepsia, Impurity or the Blood. From Rev. J. V. ITimes, Pastor of Advent Churchy Boston. T-Mr? ?8ed..yonr .Pn,s with extraordl ~ ~ mong those I am ilate the organs ot SSlrf ETrfU, . my/unUj .nd among thou I am caJIrt to vUlt in dtatrew. To regnlata til ?"> portly the blood, they arc tl Your*,' " J.V.HIMES. Warsaw, Wyoming Co., N. Y-, Oct. 21,1355. Diar S ?: I am using your Cathartic Pills in my practice and find them an excellent purgative to cleanse ?xe system and purify the fountains of the WAod. JOHN Q. WEACI1AM, M. D. Cork <pat Ion, Coativeneas, Snppref Klon,Rreumatiimf Gout, Neuralgia, Dropsy, Paralysis, Pita* etc. From Dr. J. P. Vaughn, Montreal, Canada. Too much cannot be said of your Pills for the cure of costireness. If others of our fraternity hare found them as efficacious aa I hare, they should join n?e In proclaiming it for the benefit of the multitudes who suffer from that complaint, which, although bad enough in itself^ is the progenitor of others that are worse. 1 believe costireness te originate in the liver, t.c t your Pills affect that organ and cure the disease. ? nrm Mrt.E. Stuart, Physician and Midwife, Boston I find ono or two large doseeof your Pills, taken at the proper time, are excfllent promotives of the nat /raf secretion when wholly or partially suppressed, ?nd rlfo Tery effectual to cleanse the stomach and ex tel. worms. They are so much the best physic we here that I recommend t*o other to my patients. From the Rev. Dr, Hatches, of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Prumxi Houib, Savannah, Ga^ Jan.fi, 1856. 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