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tbe F1rt BMUn of tb. ThI Ijr.
Rights C free
CConltowAlyrom J?rff Jye.
foiled to redeem any of luclrcnUUn notes,
as specified Id the next preceding section, the
Comptroller of the Currency, with the concur
rence of the Becret sry of the Treasury, ma y p
f'ftlnt special agent (of whose appointment
rn mediate notice shell be flren to inch aseo
cUtlon) who shell Immediately proceed to as
certain whether each association bai rcfacd to
pay lu circulating note In the lawful money
of the United States, when demanded as afore
said, and report to the Comptroller the fact so
ascertained) and If, from each protestor the
report so made the Comptroller aball be satis
fied that each association baa refused to pay Its
circulating notes as aforesaid and Is In default,
he shall, within thirty days after he shall baTc
recti ?ea notice of soeh failure, declare the
United SLates bonds and" securities pledged by
inch assoclstlon forfeited to the United States,
and the same shall tbereopon be forfeited ac
cordingly. And thereupon the Comptro,,er
shall Immediately rive tiotlceln inch mincer as
the Secretary of tbe Treaanry shall, by general
rales or otherwise, direct, to the holders of the
circulating notes of such association to prreent
them fur payment at the Treasury of the Uni
ted States, and the asme shsll bo psld ss pre
sented In lawful money of the United States,
whereupon said Comptroller may. In his dis
cretion, cancel an amount of bonds pledged by
inch association equal at current market rates,
not exceeding par, to the notea paid. And It
hall be lawful for the Secretary of the Treas
ury, from time to time, to make nch regula
tions respecting the disposition to be mado of
inch clrculatlrg notea alter presentation there
of fur psyment as aforesaid, And respecting
the perpetuation of tho evidence) of the pay
ment thereof as may seem to him proper; but
all such notes, on being paid, shall bo can
celled. And for any deficiency In the proceeds
of the bonds pledged by such sssoclatton, when
disposed of as hereinafter specified, to reim
burse to the United States tbe amount so ex
ptnded tn paying the circulating notea of such
association, tbe United States shall hare a Orel
and paramount Hen upon all the assets of such
association: and such dtflclency shall Is made
good out of such asset In preference to any
and all other claims whatsoever, except the
neccrsiry costs and expenses of administering
Sec. 43. And be It furtUr enacted, That when
ever the Comptroller shall become satisfied, as
In the lst preceding section specified, that any
association has refuted to. pay Its circulating
notes as therein menlloued, ho msy, Instead of
cancelling the United States bonds fledged by
inch association, as provided In tho next pre
( edlog section, canso so much of them as may
be necessary tu redeem the outstanding clrcu
.alloc notes of such association to bo sold at
public antlou In the city of New York, after
Biting thirty daja notice of such sale to such
See 49. And l it further tmeUJ9 That the
Comptroller of the Currency may, if be shall
be of opinion that the Interests of the Unltud
States will be best promoted thereby, sell at
private sale any of the bonds pledged by such
aw elation, and receive therefor either money
or tbe circulating notes of sneb falling associa
tion rrortdrd, That no snch bonds shall bd
sold by private tale for less than par, nor less
tban tho market value thereof at the time of
salei And provided, futt'xr, That no sales of
any such bonds, either public or private, shall
be complete until tbetransfcr thereof shallhavu
Wn mado with the formalities prescribed lu
act 50. And te t further enacted. That on In
coming tatlsQed, as specified lu this act, that
sny association has refused to py Its circu
lating notes as therein mentioned, and Is In de
fault, the Comptroller of tho Cnrrtncy may
fnrtbw th appoint a receiver, and require of
him inch bond and security as he shall deem
proper, who, under the direction of tbe Comp
troller, shall take possession of tbe books, rec
ords, and assets of every description of such
association, collect all debts, dues, and claims
belonging to such association, and. upon ihe
order of a court of record of competent juris-
uictinn, may sell or compound an bad or donht-
iniaeots, ana, on a like order, seJUil tho real sud
personal properly of iu h association, on such
terms as the court shall direct; and may, If
necessary m pay the debts or such sssoclatlon
enforce (he individual liability of tb stockhold
ers provided for by tbe twelfth section of this
actj nd such nceiver shall pay over all money
bo made to the Treasurer of tbe United State
subject to tbe order of tho Comptroller of the
Currency, and also mske report to tbe Corop
tro ler of tbe Currency of all his acta and pro
ceedings. The Comptroller shall thereupon
cause notice to be given, by advertisement In
nch newspapers as he may direct, for three
con seen th e months, calling on all persons w ho
ma; have claims against such aisoclatlon to
present the same, and to make legal proof
thereof. And from time to time tbe Co rap
trailer, after full provision shall have been
first made lor refunding to tho United States
any luch deficiency in redeeming the notes of
such aisoclatlon as Is mentioned In this act,
shall make a ratable dividend of the money
so paid over to him by such receiver on all
snch claims as may have been proved to his
satisfaction or adjudicated In a court of com
petent jurisdiction t and from time to time, as
the proceeds of the assets of snch association
shall he paid over toblm.be shall make fur
ther dividends, as aforesaid, on all claims previ
ously proved or ajudlcated and tbe remainder
of such proceeds, If any, shall be paid over to
the shareholders of such association, or their
legal representatives. In proportion to the stock
ny mem respectively neidi jrtviant, h tteter,
That If such association against which pro
ceedings have been so Instituted, on account c f
any alleged refusa) to redeem Its circulating
notes as aforesaid, shall deny having failed to
ao so, sucn association may, at any urns wnnin
ten dajs after such association shall have been
notified of tbe appointment of an agent, as
provided In this act, apply to tbe nearest r'r
cuit, or district, or territorial court of tbe Uni
ted States, to enjoin farther proceedings In tbe
premliesi and such court, after citing tho
Comptroller of the Currency to show cause why
farther proceedings should not be enjoined,
and alter tho decision of the court or finding
of a Jury that such association has not refused
to redeem Its clrculsting notes, when legally
presented, in tho lawful money of tho United
States, shall make an orrcr enjoining tho
Loroptroller,aud any receiver acting under his
direction, from all lurtber proceedings on a.
count of su b all (iced refusal.
Sec. St. And be it further eiuuted. That all
fets for protesting the notes Usui d b any men
banking association shall be paid by the per
son procuring the protest to be made, and such
bsnklog association shall bo liable tbtrefuri
tut no part of the bonds pledged by such bank
ing association, as aforesaid, shall be applied
to the pa) ment of such fees. And all expenses
of an; j retlmlnary or other examinations into
the cnudiilou of any association shall be paid
uy sneu absolution) mm an expenses or an)
receivership ahull be paid out of tho assets of
such association bifort distribution of the pro
Bee W Amllft further enact at, That all
transfer of tbe notes, bond, bills ofcxcliaugc,
and other evidences of debt owing to any asso
ciation, or of deposits to Us credit i all assign
ments of mortage, sureties on real estate, or
of Judgments or decrees in Its favorj all de
puslis of money, bullion, or other valuab'e
thing for Its use, or for the use of any of iu
itiareholders or creditors) and all payments of
ru on i y tn either, msdu aflir Ihu commission of
an act of Insolvent?, orlu contemplation thtru
of, wllb 3 view to prevent the application of
Us astis In the manner prescribed by this act,
or with a view to tho prefer. Dceof one creditor
to another except In payment of Its circulating
notes, shall bu utterly on 1 and void.
Bee Bat And be It further enacted. That If the
dlrec ore of any association shall knowingly
violate, or knowingly permit aoy of the ofllcers
agents, ur servants of the association to violate
any of tbe provision of this act, all the rights,
prlvtltEe,and francblsts of (be association de
rivta irom ibis act shall bo thereby forfeited.
Such violation shall, however, bv determined Comptroller of tho ( urreucy, Iu lieu of the
and Adjudged by a proper circuit, district, or natuu specified In their respective organlzstlou
territorial courtof the Lnltcd butes, In a suit certificates, may take any other name pro
brought (or that purpose by the Comptroller of furred by them and duly rertltled to tbe Comp
the Currency, In ola own name, before the as- troIler,wIiboutpredjudlcetoanyrlgblatqQ,red
oclatlon shall be declared dissolved. And la under this act, or under the act hereby repealed
case of suth rlolatluo, ever? dlr dor who but no such change shall bu madu aar six
participated In or arnted to the same shall month from the passage of this ecu IrovUlcd.
beheld liable lu bis personal and Individual alec, Tnat the circulation Usuedor tobelsaued
capacity for all damage which the association, by such association shall be considered aa a
lu shaicholders, or any other person, shall part of the circulation provided for In this act.
have sneUmcd In consequence of such viola- 8xc C3 And be it further enacted, That per
lion. B0Di holding slock as executors, admlnlsira.
Sro. 54. And be it further envied. That lbs
Comptroller of the Currency, with the appro
bation of the Secretary of the Treasury, as
often aa shall be deemed necessary or proper.
rvn!l appoint suitable person or persons to
tan an examination of the affairs of every
bunking association, which person shall not
bf a director or other officer In any association
whoso affairs ho shall bo appolntod to examine,
and who shall have power to make a thorough
examination Into all tbe affairs of the associa
tion, and, In dolog so, to examine any of the
officers and agents thereof on oath) and shall
make a full and detailed report of tho condi
tion of the association to the Comptroller.
And the association shall not bo subject to any
other vlsltorlal powers than sueh as are au
thorized by this act, except such as are Tested
tn the several courts of law and chancery.
And every person appointed to make such ex
amination shall receive for bis services at the
rate of fire dollars for each day by him em
ployed In such examination, and two dollar
f r every twenty-five miles he shall necessarily
travel In the performance or his duly, which
shall bo paid by the association by him exam
ined. Sc. 55. And be it further enacted. That every
president, director, cashier, teller, clerk, or
agent of any atsoclallonHwho shall em bet lie,
abstract, or wilfully misapply any of the
money?, funds, or credits of tbe assoclstlon, or
shall, wttbont authority from tho directors,
Issne or put In circulation any of tho notes of
tbe aisoclatlon, cr shall, without such au
tborlt) . Iisuo or put forth aoy certificate of de
pos't, draw any order or bill of exchange, msko
any acceptance, assign any note, bond, draft,
bill of exchange, mortgage, J odgmont, or de
cree, or shsll msko any false entry In any book,
report, or statement of the aisoclatlon, with
intent, in cither case, to injure or uvirauu mo
assoclat on or any other company, body politic
or corporate, or an Individual person, or t
deceive any officer of the association, or any
agent appointed to ei amine tho affairs of any
such association, shall be deemed guilty of a
mmaemeanor, anu upon renvicwon vatrcoi , i iiuuit iut m u um h hhpwb oi di
tb.U bo punUhcd j lmprI.onraentnotlMi('Wli"'a,"';'i;
k.n - J- ... tt,.- . . i fontrasi lor tn cam, with rood m auffldent
than flvo nor more than ten years. mrttieilnasnmequa?totheamount ot the eon-
Bee. 66. Attd be it further enacted. That alii tacl,toilUvertheforajrepropoedlnonformlty
suits and proceedings atlslng out of the pro-) th the terms of this advcrtlaemnt and In ae
visions of this act. In which the United States I he saldhMdrshaU fall tonterletotheontrft,
misdemeanor, and upon conviction thereof
ap iik AflirfM nr airnii ihtii h nartiM aball.
or lta ouicera or agent shsu oe parties, snail ,
DQConaocieui.ythe ulimct attorneys or urn
ctrri uiBirivw, uauur tuo uirviuuo auu u i
per vision or tho Solicitor of the Treasury.
Sec. 57. And be it further enacted, Thstsulls,
actions, and proceedings, against any associa
tion under this act, may be had In any circuit,
district, or territorial courtof thu United States
held within tbe district In which such asso
ciation may bo utablUbhd, or In any State,
county, or municipal court In the county or
(lu In blch said association la located, havlnir
Junidictlon In similar case'i W t-M , hotrcve r,
inai an nrocceii nss to cnioin ino uommroiicr
uuuwr iu b an cusii uu uau iu Lirwui, wtiri.t,
or tcrnt irlnl iourt of tbe tnlled States, held
In the district In which the asocUtion Is lo
Sec "8 Ad be it turUttr tttactcl. That tMrrv
person hu shall mutilate, cut, deface, dis
figure, or perforate with holes, or shall unite
or cement together, or ds anr other thlmr to
any bank bill, draft, note, or other evidence of ,
debt, Issued by any such association, or shall
cause or procure the same to bo done, with
Intent to reoder such bank bill, draft, note, or
other evidence of debt nuQt to be reissued by
said association, shall upon conviction forfi.it
fifty dollars lo the association who shall be In-'
jurcd thereby, to be recovered by action lu any
court naming jansaiuiou,
6oc. 5'. AndUUfurVur enacted, That If any
person shall falsely make, forge, or counter,
felt, or cauie ot pr. cure to be made, forged,
or counterfeited, or willingly nld or asilst In
laiseiy malting, forging, or conn term ling, any
nolo lu lenluilou of, or nurportlug to bo In
Imitation of, tho clrculallug note limod under
tboprolslons of this act, or shall piss, utter,
or publish, or attempt to pass, utter, or publUb,
any false, forged, or counterfeited note, pur
porting to be Usuod by any association doing
a hanking builuess under the provisions of this
act, knowing the same to be falsely made,
forged, or counterfeited, or stall falsely alter,
ot . io or procure to bu falsely altered, or 11
llopl) aid or aiilst In faUoly alterlnir, any such
circulating uotes, itsued as aforesaid, or shsll
pass, u'ttr, or publish, or attempt to pais, utter,
or u lUb, as true, any faliel altered or spu
rious circulating note Issncd, or purporting to
have been Issued, as aforesaid, knowing the
same to ho falseiy altered or spurious, every
such person (lull be deemed and adjudged
KUlltyof felony, and being thereof convicted
by due course of law shall be sentenced to lo
Imprisoned and kept at haid labor for a kt od
of not less than tire Tears iior more tban fif
teen "tears, and llnedlnaium not exceeding
one tlmnisnd doltsrs.
Sec. 60. And t U farther enacted. That If anv
person shsll make or engrave, or cause or pro
cure to be made or en craved, or shall bae In
his custody or possesion any plto, die, or
block after the similitude of auy'plate, die, or
block from whlcn a-y tin nlallng notes lsned
us aforesaid s ia 1 ha e been prepared or print
cJ, with I u lent to use su h platoJdle,or block,
or cauie or sutler the samo to b used, in forg
ing or loiQicrituiug any oi "ne-n-ne uiuea as
af n salt, or shall have In hi custody o pos
sesion any oisuk noie r noiea engraved and
(rioted alter tbe similitude of aoy notea Issued
as aforesaid, with Intent to u esu h blanks. or
cause or tnlUr the same to be used, In forging
or counterfeiting any of tho notes Issued as
af.irHal.l nr ahail liiivri In l.la rmtAa . n. .
....Ion any paper adapted to tho matin of
eoch note., and elurll.r to tho paper npon
uivu uu) iuvu uunm cuau ustu uceu niueo,
Mlth Intent to use such paper, or cause or suf
fer thu samo to bo used, lu forcing; ur count r
felting any of tho notes Issued as aforesaid,
every such pusou, being thereof convicted by
due courso of law. shall be leutenced to be Im
prisoned and kept to hard labor for a term not
less than five or more than fifteen years, and
Hoed In a sum not exceeding ono thoutaod
o t m 1 . , .! . . .
Btc. Gl ld le it further enacted. Thai It
shall bo thedutyof the Comptroller of the Cur-
rency to report annually t Congress at the
tommeuetment of Its session-
pi-.t a -mm--- rk. ...t. -j ti.i
First A summary orthe state and condition
of (.very afsodation from whom reports
batebeen received tbe preceding year, at tho
etcral dates to which such reports rerer, with
an aiutrart nf the whola ammiTil rlt ' I.. .L Tlno-
an abstract or tue whole amount of banking
capital returned by ttcm of tbe whole amount
of their debts and liabilities, the amount of
ch-cutallng note outstanding, and the total
ami tint of lawful lnoniy ncid ity them at thu
Hint, of their aivcr.l rtturns, and tucli otlur
urate o. uieir at-vcra. rtiuros, aim bucii oiutr
Infuruiallon lu relatloo to seld ssotUlloit as,
In his lodgment, msy bo useful.
Second A statement of the associations
whose business has been doted during ihu
) ear, with tho amount or their clrculstlon ru
dumed and tbe amount outstanding.
Third. Any amendment lo the laws relative
to hanking bywhltbthe system may be Im
proved, and tho security of the holdtrs of its
uotes and other creditors msy be Increased.
Fuurtli Tbo names and comptnsalloo of tLo
Lit rks (.mplaj id by hitn, and tho whole amount
of tliu txpLDbes of the banking dtpartmint
darluK thu )car And such report shall be
mado bv or beforu thu Orel day of Uuct tuber lu
each )tar, ud llio usual numlter of copies for
the fi. of tho 8tnn;o .. lloun, and onPo ,l,ou-
sand copies fr tho ueu u( tbe Department,
..hall bu I rlUted bv thu Lint fie nrlnler ami In
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readiness iuruiin uiton ai iin. tint meetlouof
8u C2 Audi it flutter mat ted, That the set
cntltltd An act to brovldu a national pur.
rency, secured by a pledge of United Stales
stocks, and to pruildo for the circulation and
redemption tberco," approved February
twcotT-tintj, eighteen hundred and sixty three.
Is berth) repealed: J'rovlded, That sueh repeat
shall not affect any appointments made, acts
done, or proceedings bad, or the organiza
tion, acts, or proceedings of any association or
Kan I zed or la tbe process of orgaulratlou
under the act aforesaid 4id provtd t7, alto,
'lhat all sueh ossoclaUnns so organized or lu
t - ss oi omanlzatlon shall enlov all tho
rights and privileges granted, and be subject toj
an me untie, iittbu tits, ana restrictions ru
posed by this act, and w lib tho approval of tho
tori, guardians, and trustees, shall not be per
aonalty subject to any liabilities aaitockholoV
ersf but the estate end funds In their hands
shall be Haute In like manner and to the same
extent aa the testator. Intestate, ward, nr ner.
son Interested In said trust funds would be If
they were respectively living and competent to
act and bold the stock In their own name.
Sec. 64. And be it further enacted. That
Congress may at any time, amend, alter, or
repeal this act.
Approved, Juno 8, 1804,
Cwttr Qvabte ma steins Orrics,
Wasmhtox Dcmt, December 8, 186s. f
Sealed proposal! are invited by tbe undersigned
orsuppiylnf the United Stta QurtrmuW
Department, at Wsihtnrten, D.C . Baltimore, MJ.,
Ucxandrt, and fort Monroe, Va., or either of
ntit place, with Hay, Corn, Oata, and Straw.
Rids will be received Tor the delivery of 6,000
.uehels of corn or oats and W tons of hay or straw,
Didder tnutt elate at which of the above-named
oolnte thty rrpiius to make deliveries, and the
rates at which they will make rteliverlee thereat,
te quantity of eh artltle nmpoaed to be deltr
rfd, tbe tine when said -dsllvcrlss shall be som
irneed, and when to be completed.
the prise must be written out la words on the
torn to be put up to good stout sMbs, of about
two bushels tHh. Oats Id like sacks, of about
nres tmibela each. The aacks to he raraiihed
vlthout extra chart to the Government The
lay end straw to be seenrclr baled.
The particular kln4 or description of oats, eora,
lay, or strawipropoaed to be delivered must be
itated tn th repoals.
All th artistes offtrd under the bids herein In
vited, will be inht to a rlald taspeetlon by the
Government laapector before bedng aMaptert.
Contracts will m awarded from time te time to
in lowest reaponslbl sldder, aa the lnurtst of
lis Government mar require, and payment will b
.flftd when the whole amount erauact! for shall
tare been delivered and eeept6.
The bidder will be require! to aeoompany bis
jnjpOIKI WIMlBRU(IMlft IKON OJ tWO ITWpUBU
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by io k rooo me uinerneeDiwTft ineonei
. ' d MaUf)flod ta. 0,xt i0WMt rf.noe.ible bid
., or tbe prons to whom th contract may b
The resnonslblUtr of ths smarantors must b
ittowu by the official certificate of a United Statci
litnst Attorney, Collector of Customs, or any
ttner officer under th United States Government,
ir responsible person known to this ofllee.
All bidder will b duly noUhsdof th aeoeptanoe
rejection of their proposals.
Th full nam and r. O. addreas ef caeb bidder
oust be leclbly written tn th proposal.
ProDoeals mutt b addreaaed to firlcadler General
). H. Rucktr, Chief Depot ctnartermaster, Waah-
licton, D.C., and should be plaluly marked" Pro-
Honda. In a sum eon el to the amount of the eon
ract. slfned bv the contractor and both of his
.uarantors, will be require 1 of the luccciiful 1 1 1
'er or bidders upon signing the contract
Blank (oral of bids, guar an tees, andbonaa, msy
4 ODiaweu apon api uoauan ai toil omce
FORM OF PROPOSAL.
(Town, County, and State)-
l.tbe subscriber, do hereby propoa to furnut
nddeUverto the United Stttes, at the eiurtr-
nasiers uepanmem ai
lie terms of your advertlaement,
, arreeably te
:, Inviting nropo
xton Depot, IH
tls tor tor are. dated Waihlnci
amber B. lWtha folio wine articles, vizi
buahels of Corn, In sas ks, at per bushel
buihsls of uats, lu sacks, at per buihrl
ol r ponnds.
tons of bale-t lisy, at per ton of J.uoo
tons of baled tra-, at - per ton of 3KW
Delivery to commence on or before tho -----
ty of ' , la , and to be completed on or he
re the day of , 13 . and plfire myseb
i enter Into a written contract with thiUoitd
tatec, with rood and approved a tcurttui. within
ite opace of ten dajs after telnf notiried that my
tl haa been aeetite4
Year obedient servant,
briiadter ueaeiai ix H Bccklh,
Chief Pepot ilvartormaster,
V, aahtoetoo, V C.
Me, the undersigned, resldenta of --, tn
County of ' , ana stati of ,
reb), Jointly and severally, cjvenant wlthth
altcd btatea, and guarantee la caae the roregoina
td of ' be accepted, that he or they will
ithln ten dari after th acoeptai.ee of the said
d, execute th contract for th same with goo
mi sufficient suretlee, In a sum equal to the
-.mount of the contract, to furnish the forage pro
mised In conformity to the terms of adrertliement
Uled December 6, 1863, under which the bid wm
uade, and. In case the said . . aball fall to
t-cter Into a contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to
ik good th difference between th otttr by the
Id i and th next lowest reaponslbl bidder,
i th persoa to whom the contract may be
a ttuMt, (liven na Ur ur hands and seals
(tali iarot 1 18
l beroby certify that, to ths lest of my koowl-
ge and belief, the above-named guarantors art
od and sufficient as sureties for the amount fur
Tbleh they offer to be eecurlty.
Tobeeertinedbytn United States Diitrlct At-
utatj. Collector of Customs, or any other officer
der the United States Government, or reitmnal.
L person known to this office.
D K RUCKER,
-tt Brig. Gen, and Quartermaster.
ORDNANCE OFKIOE, "
VAinilHTUIli DIMJ , 109 1
SEALED PROPOSALS wUl bereoehed at tola
office until TULSUAY, the nth day of June, 1661,
ftr &-. nch Columblad Shot and o-lnch Mortar
:tt!.i,1,d.rl.'.1m?d'?r.Sr. tit?1 ,'",',m"'
"' U" '""'SnTh VoLUMB-Ai) SHOT.
Attn wauriown Arseoai, oisaacnuietts 4,000
M ine waisrvuei Arsenal, isew in u,ow
ttht New York Aneaal, Oovernor'a Ulud,
M the Allrchany Arsenal, Pittsburg, 4 ono,
K the St. Loula Aritnatc, Mlsaoun, 2,U00.
B-ICH &IORT4R SHi-LL.
it the New York Arsenal, Governor's Iiland,
xw York. 30,000.
the Watervlut Arienal, New York.aoc
Ihese projectiles are to be made of the kl
ineae projeciuca are a oe maue 01 ine ai a 01
meiai, ana mspeeiea aner ine ruies nw down in
tbs Ordnance Manual, the tec. lie atrength 1 1 the
iron for columblad shot to be nut leas ttian-tt,ouo
Ilf Pr . Inch, aid for mortar sheila njt
' "&"& ftLWWi Ln,e- Kw"f
fan be seen at any of the U tired States Araenalt,
iheprojectl.es ate to belniiected at the foundry
hea caat, snl are to be delivered at the AneuaU
free of charge for tranaportatloo or handl ng
.fcDlrs ntut b saiades t tti rat of nut lets
than On-tn (l-IOthl til the whole amount oon-
trctedforper weekithe flrst dtliviry tobemiJ
(m tbeaoibdajrof Juoe,l9tt4,
tenure to make deliveries at a speclBed time
w HI subject th contractor to a forfeiture of the
uidJer. will ttata ciiillclllr the Araenal, or Ar.
Uiddera will state l
irutls, where they :
" ' woectlle
" tiZi . '
' iuJoae (Q uciitcr. anu tue
le. they prouoae to dtlher at
ec Place, u lur more loan one,
Nn t .,,- tt,i k. anamUrttti frnm nartlc. other th tn
regular fouoders, or proprletui of worka who re
kiMiWDtothis Department to be capable ef ex
ruilue; the woik propoaed lw bhnuld any party
blalolog a contract offtr shot or abcll othtr tban
tl.oieca.t In hla own foundry, tluy will be i eject
vd, and tbe oontiact rendered null mid .old
R dders will enclose with their bide the written
tuknowledgmeuts o( their sureties, ocr their
Liu.h oartv obtaining a contract will bo il IKsd
iu enter Into bonda, with approvel lurttiei, lor
t lihful execution.
i iNin ine award beiog made, succeaaiui bidders
will be notified, and furnished with forms ol con-
'?!' ?d bo.uJ,,a .. , . , , ...
, nSSStSiiSMU "J"' '
r oieiala will beaddr s and to " firlg dier Lcl,
rit (.eorire D Ramaav. Chief of IJrdoaiioe. Waitx
.-::..-, ..-..- t -..... n- i. .:.D,..-.
iub-wv r t'lrur.7!Lw Y' ."'.. "
Lolmabiad Shot," and " Prouosala for ft-tnch Mor-
arHhell" ua.u u UA3isi,
Dris Gen, Chief of Oidnanee.
HUIIUITHI n B 0 II U I T B 1 1
LRUITfl WANTED to Hit the ouota In Dl.
Irlai of Columbia. Now Is the time to voluoteer I
Dou-ty to Veterani a 561, aw& nald In advanse I
runrutyto NewReerults Jt5J, e5pail In ad-
ru.ujiiy for Colored Recruits ttOO paid in ad
Any erBon hrlnalni a recruit er recruits to my
oifloe will be paid liberally
olunteers some and get the Bounty and serve
j out soon try.
R W. EDMONDS,
iU,ruutD Offlscr, 609 New Jersey avenue. omo
it .it u,hji ui uu uKiiiDiure ni vuio iiruf
rn Company, Washington, D. C.
f 1OL0RED VOLUNTEEHB WANTED
150 CASH DOWN,
PAID IN ADVANCE.
60S New Jersey avenn
Any parson hrlnitng a RLCHUIT or MLCRU1TS
to my oneo will be paid liberally
VOLUNTEER AND 8AVL YOURSLLr FROM
BEINO DRAFTED. mlO-tf
pnOPOSALS FOR BTATIONKnY.
TncasvmT DtPAaTUcrr, June a, lMt.
Sealed proposals for stationery will be received
at thle Department until the (th day ol July, 1864,
at it o'clock m.
amplrs oCthe articles In class 1 will bsfor
nished to nartlea deairioe to bid. on apnlloatlon at
Tn Department reserves to itceu in ne.ni to
order the wrltlog paper plain or faint lined t any
Deliveries of all article i la the several elascee
must comply with th written speelOeatlons,whtoh
will b furnished to bidders with the samples of
article In elate 1.
All deliveries will be .nhit to Inspection br an
eipert detailed for that purpose by the secretary
of the Treasury, and th ifellrerr of any Inferior
arucieaaau D,aeemed sumcieni eauie 10 annul
Deliveries unit be free of charge at th Trssiu
ry Department, Washington.
Each nrnpoaal muit be aimed br th lodtvlJual
or Arm making It, and be aeeompanled by a satla
ftetory guarantee that the bldJer will execute a
centra i, with good and lufflolent bonds, If his b'd
The failure to comply with any on order under
a contract to operate to the forfeiture of the en
tire penalty ot the bond, or the Secretary of th
Treaaury may direct th purcbee la open market
of such Quantities of aav articles as shall bo ne
ceicuv to Buonlr th de&e ener eauied bv such
h allure, aiid chare; to the eontraetor Bfty per cent
um oi toe pnoe wnicn n enau e louoti oeccaiary
Ji BUCO amciei.
rroposali uneecomnanled with aatliftctorv
guarantees will not be ooniidered, and contract!
will be awarded only to established manufacturer
of or dealers tn th articles
CLAM HO 1.
White Cap Paper
Whit Legal Cap Taprr
White Qowrto Poet Paper
UH'i Packet Vote I aier
Uhlte Commercial Note Paper
allow Envelop Taper
Drown Wrapping rarer
feed Blotting Paper
Wnlte Knvelupea, official alt
Whit Lnvelopee, letter sis
Whit Lnvelopcs, note site
u Lite lemy Paper
White Medium Paper
Whit Super Royal Paper
Class No t
Beat quality Copying Ink
Beat quality Black ink
Best quality Blue Ink
Bs quality Writing Fluid
Deit quality Car m lie Ink
Faber's beat Biaek Lead Pencils, Noi 1, 3, 3,
Faber's be it Red and Blue renclla
Hetlfimr-blsded Knives, with psarl or stag han
dles Beit Erasers, with Ivory handles
Sell ion for offlee us
she ire for office use
CLASS No 9
Gutta Teroha rioters
Nine and twelve-Inch It ory Folders
Best qulty aeallng wai, made entirely from
Lit en 1 ape
silk Taste, snorted colore
Best solid heatted Plna
swartwout'a Metallic Pnper Fastentrs
Pasteboard Refersoes Fllea
le La flue Vliltlog tarda
Irory Pouneo Bjxcs
Glaia Fpoog Cups
Mnn'iorSdiion's Tatent Binders.
i.l hf HV!?'0.1. "" th f10' to accept
bids for Individual Items In clasta I ad 2.
B d ers will be required to conform their bids to
the ttritcnspeo flo-uions furnlibed wltn the sam
ples, and failure to do ao will cam therrjectloo
of any bid.
B da which oonUln Iteme at prices less tban ths
fair eiit of ths arilcles win be deemed fraudulent,
and will not he coniiderad.
wjm s rctarr of the Trramry
nitOlHldAhS "Vbu LUMUEil.
Cmtr UciTiaviTi'. on let,
MTtavAiTEa'i On ice. )
JkroT or Waihikutofi. J
on, D.U. Junes, lUi. )
AL3 will be received at tbta
offlee until THUR1DA Y, Juu. 16, 1801, at lio'clock,
m , lor dtllTerjr at true dipol o( Lumher of the
"1,u"ii wnuaie, aiau, aoa ue.srlplloa, VIIJ
600,000 (ut 4 ur I Inoh whit, pi common cull-
l t, 100 000 feet of which t j he rum li to
73 009 fort s-t or 3 Inch white ploe common cull.
100,000 feet e-1 nr I loch pine .elect., not than
11 Inihe. wide, well aea.oneil, and dreiiod
on both .Idea.
13,0X1 feet rf Inch white pine .cleat., well ea-
onej. and dreund nn hnth !.!.
tro ooo feet Sal hemlock ..autllor. It feet loir,
an inn tt ,.i.ih ..., i-z? .a .... .
son ooo ola.terlna lata..
000,000 nrit qaalily is Inch ..wed while pineahln-
600,000 llr.t qualltjr IS Inch .awed white p ne ihlu-
600,000 Oral qualllr U Inch .awed .pruceplne ahln-
SOJ 000 flr.l quallt; IS Ut .awed ced.r ehlnele..
......, MtuiHi buu Htm pro po ij i or win
Allot the above desorlbrd to bof good n-er-chantable
lumber, mbjeel to th inspection of an
laapector appointed on th nartof the Govern.
Al of the lumber ta ba dtllvrel within tiir.
Are (25) days from date of oontiact,
Jh?Jbiutr ' ,L biddr to flllth contract,
should It be awarded htm, must be gu ran teed bv
lleln r..nAnalH.eLar.nni V .r.. .
- ...i.vh.. ..i..WI wiivh JKaeiuTca are 0
be appended to the guaranty
The full name and nrt t nfflna ,t ,!.. t a.i.
bid l'r must be legibly written In the proposal.
Donila In a sum equal to hlt the amount of tbe
contract, algnrd t y the e ntractor and both of his
5 uarantors, will b required of the succeisful bid
er upon signing th contract,
Th rlaht to rrjeot anj or all bide that may be
deemed too high Is reserved by the Depot qutrter-
Propoiale must be pUloly endorsed on the en
velope ' Propoa all for Lumber," and addres cd to
the noderalgned D 1L HUCKKIt,
Brigadier tieos ral and Chief Quartermaster,
Jl Depot of Washington.
VT2.W8PAFERB AND PEUIODI-
i. EDWIN HALLCNBKLK, deler tn Newipa-
ciiwuiaiii. aiuvcisj. B.ftiioDcrTi ITIUIS, TO-
umco, aegars, nags ana flaying CArdii also, a
I ante aaiortment of Plain and Colored Photo-
RrpnB, no MDg eireei, rour aoors below Provost
Marshal'aoffloe, Alexandria, Va.
SuUcrlptioa and advertliemenU for the Wash
ington Daily National RtrvaucAK received.
ADAMH ExrnKaa COMPANY.
W3Mngon (fey, U, V,
KAT UaSTCIUI. NOKTLTJUIN, Ami WEST-
tltO IBAI'lUJan rUKWARDEIUS.
Afrk..dUa, Uoaay, Ja-vlrr, VJafcl
Mnte. HUM Ha. ISnada. Jk..
loiwai-la v, 1th SAFETV AND DISPATCH to all
asceisttlo asrtiona of ths oountry. This Company
bai AitftdcUs In the principal railway towns In the
nunin, cai, nui, u nufllUWUI.
Ita nrtoolDal oiQecs ar
wAnuwuTUNta.o.,ir. tork, xostoj?,
"IVAATt, ST LOUJti, LOUfH
Cobjuctloni ar a. vie at New York and Boston
irlth lines forwarding to ths Canadas and th
j,r tlab Pruvlnecs, and with ate vnsblp Unea to Ltv
eriMjol, Southampton, and Havre, and thence by
leXtopeao eapteaae to all prominent sonunerelal
towns tn Great Britain and on th Continent
(.ollMtlon o' Notea, DrafU, and Bills mado at all
ariM parts of th United Ststee.
C C. DUNN.Agenl,
WaahlwW D. C
pUIlii1 A BOLOMONy.
BOOKSCI.LERa ARMY STATlONERli,
BLANH COOK MANUFACTURkRt,
lta rCNHSVLVAKU AVSNUE,
Havs constantly oo hand
All Military and Naval Works,
New and recent Publications,
Army Stationery, all kinds,
Field Order Books,
Field Manifold Writers,
Company Roll Books,
Ueoeral Order Files,
Army Pay Tables.
Meld Uepylng Presses,
Pension and Bounty Blanks,
Record books for us at headQUarters by As
sistant Adjutant General.
Blank books mad, and frtattag don to ordtron
vsrr short netle
Ail Printed Books seat by mail It of postage,
LET 'KM niBSt LXT 'ffl H11B)
WHO CASES 1
A Mi MooUii' stock on hud of CBOICX
PRINa AND SOMMKB OOODt
TL.b.ltDt.o(mt WINTKIl ITOCK U U.
mtnj ol th. publlt. W. ih.U out ijx.Ii ol Ikra
WAIT NO LONGER. NOW IS THE TIME.
TIIIV MUST BE SOLD.
W. will sot our them ortr.
Th. (r.t l.Teotlon o( th. .fa,
PALMER'S SFONQINO MACHINE.
Ersry j.rd or f oodt ihniiik befor, m.kln( np.
T, potwlth.undlng th. utr. .zpcaM, w. thl
contkiu. to ..It leu th.a any othtr houi. la thti
EVERT rATTERN AND 1TTLE.
OENTLEMEITS FDRNISUlNd GOODS
of over y deiorlptlon.
CUSTOM GOODS MADE TO ORDER.
di .od im f ample, before porchMlng eUawhere.
W. tateod to kMp on hand a food aiaortmtat
NEOrUfS CLOTHINO BTORK.
J. n. BMIT11,
U SEVENTH STREET, orpoilte Po.1 offlM.
Alio, a large RESERVE In the rear, for tbe
At our Uholee ale and Retail Maoufaetorr In
Wathluxtgulaa vliltlaf Baltimore will nod It
greatly to their edrantKO to eall at
SMITH BROTHERS It LO ,
M Weat BalUmore street,
HALL WE SAY IT V
"DART WTAY ITI
W. will not 1 . underaold by Smith or any- ono elae.
WE HAVE GOT THEM.
o .an .ell them, and we will eell them.
WE 11AVK REIN SUCCESSFUL,
UoJoubtcJIy owlcf to the fact that th. puhll.
bare fouod out and appreciate mrf motto i
SI ANY SALES, OUT SMALL rnOJTTJI
HKNTLEMEM'S FURMIHLNO GOODS
AND CLOTHI.SQ OF EVERY DCSCRlFTIUN.
BOYS' CLOTIII.NC, AS ENDLESS 'VAIIF.TT.
AT 4SI SFVENTH STREET,
J. BRUCE Jt CO.
JCSTABtlSIIED IN Ifctf.
GIDEON dt FEAKBON,
BOOK AND JOB PRINTKK8,
Xhoth eTtreet, near Pennsylvania Avenue,
Ilavtng; Kreatly Inersssed th facUltUs of th
flom by an almost
khTIil.-; krNKWAL OP MATERIAL
.Aivltu aillt:ouof a.aralof th most Improved
Ate i rtparl ao eseeqt avery variety of
ruse WISHING CARD
FLAlNCOiC COLORED INK.
HHOlirTNKflS AND DttPATCU
STEAM fllll P LINK.
BM1.U LEKLY SETi VEEN NEW YORK, WASH
INGrONAHDG CORGLTOWN, b. C.
SALVOR, AMD IA8. B. QUEEN.
Regular Sailing Dayi V VEDNLSDAt 8 and SAT
URDAYS, at to a. m., from foot of High itrwt,
Georgetown, and Flex 19, toot of Wail itreet, New
For trebrht or paesag at vly to
MORGAN Si fill INEHART, Agents,
fool of High si et, Georgetown, or
Att E3 1IAND. Agent,
daa m 117 We II street. New lork
CUIKF QUAUTERfcVBTER'B OF.
FILE, DLroror Waiiiih of,Wasiiinoton,
D C, January t, 18M
All dealera in Drugs, Hard wart 1, lumber, Leather)
Oslo Furniture, Harneic, an 1 St ddlery, ar re-
n.i at Jul tn b.h Iniki. mT.. n i nrrt u r r
iuv.wi v puu uu mis uuittB. vu u. w i'lwn was ui
each week, sealed propoealor list, in duplicate,
ui iiw (.n-uuea umj are preparv j o jurniaa io inis
Depot at short nolle, with the uioe of each
marked In plain hgures, so that, In case thecal
sendee of the service renulra 1 L the artlale or ar.
tlolcacan b obUued without deles, and at the
low eat price.
Dealers wishing to sell to this Dopot will be re-
quuuM.uriuaau. ail punciuauy every aioifUAy
morning. r D. H. hUCKEH,
Brigadier Gcuri Ld Chief Uuarten jailer,
aA-tf Deiwtof WaihlnxUto
aril ANB' 0OU1IT,
STRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON
tOUNTV, TO wTi
. l, lost.
In tha eaa of Joha R. SteLbin. adm In Utr a tor
0. t. a. of John Stuart, deccaaed, tb adiuintitrator
c t. a aforecald has, with tbe sbprobatlon of tb
Orphans' Court of Washington county aforecald,
appointed Saturday, 'tbe zeth day of Jun neat, for
th final settlement ai id distribution of the persona)
estate of said decease d, and of the acaete in hand.
as far as the same ha ve been collected and turned
Into moueyi when an il where all th creditors and
heirs of said deceased, at notified to attend, (at th
Orphans' Court of 4 feshlngton county a tor ee aid.)
with their claims pr iperly vouched, or they may
otherwise by law b excluded from all benefit lo
said deceased's eitatw provided a copy of this or
der be published once week lor three weeke In the
JtotMJ Beyublican, pt trlous to th said Slh day of
Tclt- Z. C. BOBBINS.
Jes'lawtw Reftster of Wllla.
HEA.T 1'ENNBYLVANIA. ROUTE
NORTHWWT AND I0UTHWE8T.
On ana after NOVEMBER ISth trains will leav
Baltimore from the North Calvert station as
llarrlsburg Accommodation. .....1 oo p. m.
Lightning Ej press. . tlOp.tn.
That SO a m. train from Waahlocton connects
wlih tbe 90 a. m train from Baltimore for Pitts
burg and th West, and for Elm Ira. Buffalo,
novncaicr, vunKuii iniauiiut auu aiibhbis.
Falls, and for New York City.
TheSMp m. TRAiITTrOM WASHINQTON
connects with the 0 p. m. train from Baltimore.
for Xlmlraand th North, and nttaburgand the
8LELPING CABS ON NIGHT TRAINS.
B0LDIIH9 TICKETS AT OOTBRItUBIfT lt&TIS.
UNK THROUQII TRAIN ON UNDAY.
LOW FARE ANDQUICK TIME.
O" For Ticket! and any Information apptr at
the office of the Great Penaivlvanla Route, corner
Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street, under ISa-
iionai iroicio waaaiOKioii.
J, N. DUBARnYj
Superintendent N C. iu It.
E i. W ILK INS,
Panencer and Ticket Agent,
Jet ly Corner Slith st, and Pa avenue.
AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
ua and alter Monday, Ma s, IBCi,
riSSBNOLI) TBAtiS LEAVE THIL'DEirilU
illliror.. .1 ..S3 e. m.. (Eanr-aa v ita?. ei
cent id.) 8 06 a. m.. 12 m., 3.10 aod 10 s m.
teller, at 0.M, 11.13 a. m., I so, 9.11, 1 1 ', s, and
II p m.
umlngton, at 4.S0 (Minday. aaati - t.) s 0
11 is, a.m . i i, s.if ao, ., id eo. apo li ii
N '7 Ca.tle, at BAt . u and iwp n
Dover, at U)f a. a. and 4.30 p. xi.
MUIord, at acn a. m,
SaUabnrr, at OS a. m.
7iUj run puiLADttrutd iite
MalrlAor. at ail, and s io a. m., IEapre. 1 10,
wllnitrwa at 13 aid s a. m , u 51, 1, t , 4,
. .., i i', v iu r.a.1 li L. p. a.
Sall.burr at 1 p. m. t
UlUard at S 15 p.m.
Dorar at .10 a. to. and 4S n. m.
Near Caatl. .t B.SO a. m. arullja n. n.
Chuter at 1 S3 and Iv) am.. 1. S.M. 4 4 S.
8.1a, tto .mii.up. m.
Leave Eeltlmora tor SaUaborr uid IntcrmfMllaU
ct.tlon. at7 25p. m.
a.av. uaiumor. ur aiorci ana utermcaiai. ei..
tlona, at 1 10 p. m.
TRAINS 10U BALTlilOkX
Leav. Cheater at 8.40 a, m.s 00 and II p m
Leae mimlnrton at 0.10,1 3d a. m, at and
tuo p m.
FIlklUHT TRAIN, with puaenner car .H.chrd
will leav. WUmlarton, tor rerrrrtlla and laterme
dl teblaeee, at 7 49 p. m.
SDNDAT8 From FhiladelpMa to Dtlllior.
only, at 4.10 a. m. and 10 sop. rcu,
rrint rhUadel.hla to WUmlniton at 4 10 a n..
from Wilmington to. FbilAdelpUi at 7toaad
Only ai 7U p, a. from BalUmnre to Phlladel-
myl7-ll II. r. KENNkY, aii'l Sup't
ALTIMORE AND O 'I I O
and alW GtTNDAYs April lOth 1. dallf
trains wilt i ernn between Waihlnctcn and New
Tor, anu waebUxtoa and the west, as follows)
FOR pmLADKLPHlA.NKW YORK and JWSTON,
Lav wssunirton at 7 so a.m.. II t5 a. m .620
p. m., ci( Sunday,
ua Biuuiev ai o jm p. m ior i'uuaue vm s at i ni
p.m. for her Yori.
Pasaen(trs for PhllatlcIphlawlUtaUeot cothat
toe jw p. m. irain ia mo latest irain uatiy roa
Th train at IM p.m. does hot oo to Phila-Dtu-nu,
and Is for Ntw Yonn PAtixsotHi t.
Leavo Waihtnston at 8 so, a m.. 7 jo a. m . 11 IS
a. m a p. m., a wj p-n , pj p. m., -Jd oZJ p. m.
a eept Sundays.
in eunuivj a ai i ov a. di , anu a, d vt p. m.
FOil ALL TAUTS OV THE WST
Leave U ashltuton at 8 10 a. m. and s and loo n.
m dallr, except bunday.
uq sonaay, ai a ana o s? p. m oni)
FOR WASHINGTON AND THC SOL TO.
eWH. H UHHWIIIS Irf, V.W, , eT, Slid II', . U ,
and I , 8 and 7JW, p. m , dally, ciue, t Sun lay.
On Sunday at AS and 4.3U, a. a a u zso, p. ui.,
Leav Waahlnrton at Jt). a. m . and s and iu.
ti m .latin ... l!,m,U '
4'. a" , H.i vavtt, ej.iuaa.qj.
No train for AunatMlla on SunJw.
Trains leaving Wtttilmron at 7.w n, m. and 7 60
p. m co through t .New lork wU.oiJ cAanoe tJ
Sleeptnf car on 7 60 p. m. train Rertha tn sleep
loccarcanb aecured until S i m . datlv. at thm
Tloket Offlcej after that hour they muat te e oured
ui ins oicri iug biir oonuutTuir
Th first and fourth trains iruu Wshlnrkn
stop at all way points.
For further Inforuatloc, tickets ui ri-ry kind,
Ae apply tn Geors S Koonts, Aant at Waah
Ingtoa Station, or at th UoV-ft olQoe.
W. P SMITH,
UatUr Transiwr tatl03
General Ticket Agent
H K W TUU1. I. 11 .,
fUK CAMDIN AND AMBOV VNU PUt! DX.,
PUIA AND TRLNTON IUIL&OAC- OMPA
FROM rmLADXLTKIA TO iTJfW TV XX
AND WAT rLA0Ztit
Wwm Walmmt Uet Wharf av.d ilta
WILL LBATI XS TOLLOW5, Til 1 IfctU
At I A-M.,vtsCAmdenandAniboy C.AA.
Aeeommodatlon - - - 2,a
At A. M., via Camden and Jersey aty-Nsw
Jersey Aaeomniodatloa ... ,2s
At A. IlL, via Camden and Jersey dry,
Morning Express - oo
At I A.M.,vli Camden and Jersey City
fld Claaa Ticket - - . . . u
At II A.M.,vUKejjsiiigtoaanaJerseynir7i
M.13 M via Camden and Amboy C, and
A Aeocmmodatlon 2,34
it f r. M., via Camden and Amboy C and
A Express i
i i r. m , via Juuuirion and ejeraey cityt
waiiinrtoa and N. Y. Express I ix.
At 'F 4ii,TraKnstngtonandJerseyClty,
EvsnlngUaU - . . - .
Southern Ms 11 - - sou
f- iMinignij via ja.enstngion ana ienty
Cltv, Southern Express -41
I P. bL,vla Camden and Amboy Aeooxi
saodauon (Freight and PaasaogerH-
1st slau ticket a.t
3d class ticket 15.
TheltSP.M.EvenlniV MaUandthe 1 sofMffhti
southern Express will run dally, (all others tfun
DinECT THROUGH LINES.
Retivtea Waahlntton and New Vork. n Hon.
more and Phltadelnhla.
Lare waimngwn tor new vork at 7 and 10 4A
a. ni , 6 and 740 p. to The Sunday line leat ta at
1.MI p. Ue
(. jjiow iota iwi tvaaiiiLOguia at a ana 10 A
m , tM p. m , and 12 midnight. Th Sunday lint
leaves at 7.so p m.
Through without ohange of oars,
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LINKS.
Leave Walnut street wharf at t and 8 a. m., is m ,
and 8 p.m.
Leav Kenilcgton Depot at 11 16 a. m , 2 U, 4
and 4fl n. m., and 12.60 a. m. (night.)
Tbe iup.il Line runs dallyi all others, Sun
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA LIN FA
Leave foot of Barclay atreet at a. m. ami 3 y m.
Krora (not of Cortland atreet at 7. II sml in .. m .
(it IU , ft AlUa V I', el., IUU 14 UlgUt.
, ana p. m., anu 14 uigm.
eSp. m. line runs dallyi all others tfuniAii
,-teO. W. IL GATZMI-11, Agent
PhlPaandN. Y Llcei
PniLAPCLi-HIA, Dec, 5J, tsss.
JiICIiMB OF THK BUPHKMB TOUUl
OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMB1 -.S. Hof
icrehy given that, by a rule of th Osn.rt u
terms have leen tlxd as follows!
Thud Monday of January
First Monday of May,
Third Monday of October
ternicftht iVtm vt,t
in tvinch alon a Jury li Impain i ' . ,
tint fueft'ay of Vebtut
Third Mon iay 01 May.
Flnt Tuesday of Noreni r
Flrat Monday of March
Third Blond a v of Jjn.
t irat Monday of Decenjbei
fermi of th Utttrtti
First Mr ndftvol June
First tlondi) of Deiwci-er
Vprtlet T- i
First uciday of Januit y
First luesdaj f Keb.ur r
First Tneidsy of March
FUst Tueida of April.
Tbirdjdondaj of May
First Tjrjtdty.of June.
First 1 uesday wl July.
First Tueedav nf Im tembr
First Tuesdsy of October.
First Tuaeday ot Noveuter,
Slrat Tueedavof DMber.
M, J AliKl
AIiTIMOHE I,OOU UOBPITAL
aw Ajufjixn s a a uvea vkom avxi iav
tln,'nxdr and only ROeeroal RedrU at
World loT weakn tof the- Back or Limbs, rani
rmi, AJTsetlons er tn Kidneys and Bladder, in
voluntary Ptscbsrjr, Impoteney, General iMbtll
ty( lServotu neee, Iryeppaia. Laogour, Low Spirit
Oontuslon of Ideas. Pelpitatioa tn the Ifeart. TUa
ldtytTrembllng, D.mns of sight or GldflJrwwe,
Die of the Bed, Throat, Noe or Skin, AnTef
tlons ol th Lungs, Btomaeh or Bowels thoa Tt
noie jvuoraera aruuigtrom an nouiary liamvs 0
Youth thoa sxxET and. aollUry praetlees mot
uial to their victims than theaongot oTrenstu
lh Mariners 6f Ulysses, bllghtlnf their tnoat bril
liant hop or anuclpatlooa, rendering marrlar,
Cs)ed4l7iVhiihav beeome the vleHiua ol Ml
tart Vie, that AreadieJ and dcslrutUVe ht 1
which annually sweep to aa-untlaieiy ware tui
ands of Younz Men cf the auat waited taUan
and brllll ant Intellest, who mirht otherwise have
entranced Uitenlnj bonatss with the thunder ol
elO'H.eosa, or waAdtoceetaiytheUvtng lyr. mat
sail with full eonCdente.
Uarrld rrson,o; Young Men, oatca.p,lbv
mantaffe. bein aware ef fnyviesJ weakness, or
game debility, dcformltlra, ., spaedlly cdrso.
II who puso himself under th &rot Ur. J,
ttay reUaiOaJily onfld lo his honor a a rvnUssnao,
sod confidently riy upon his skiii at a pbyileun
ImmedUtsly Cured and roll Vigor ReatoreJ.
This Dradrol Disease which renders Life dl.
rablo and Marriage impossible Is the peoa.lr
paid by the victims ol improper tnduigeniMa.
Young iraont ar too apt to commit excesses from
aot being aware of U-e tlreadfiil consequensea tha
may ensue. Now, who that understands the sub
lost will pvctend to deny that the power of procre
ation la lost sooner by those falling into Improper
habit than by th prudent! Beside being- de
ptived tho pleasures of healthy otrsorfng. the ao
srious and deit motive symptoms to both bdy and
ail&d arue. Th system beomcs deranged th
Physical ana MsntiU Functions Weakened .Lou ol
Itocrtativo Power, Nertous IrrtVibillty, tyai)t
sis. PaipttKnonof the Heart, Indigestion, Cvnati
tuuoaal JJebllitrt a Wasting of tne Frame, Congbe
OFFICE Ko. 7. SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left hand side, going from Baltimore strcjt, afos
doors from the corner. Fall aot to observe nami
Letter nail b paid and contain a stamp, Thi
Member of the Royal Goliog of Surgeons. London
Kaduat from one of the moat eminent Collet e le
e United States, and the greater partjir whose
life has been spent In the hoipitals of London, pa
rtaf lldladslphia and elsewhere, has etteeted soms
of the most aitonUhJng cure that war ever
known j many troubled with ringing Lath head and
ears when aalocp, great nsrvousnerfc, being alarmed
at sudden sounda,bsihfulness. with: frequent blnsh
inp, attended sometimes with a derangement of
mind, ware cured Immediately.
Ta Part 1 oil cr Xotle
Dr. J. addresses all those who h a injured them
salves by improper indulge-. nd eoliiarr hablta.
wnlch ruin both body and mind, unnttlngthem foi
either business, study, society cr marriage.
Thesz are some of toe sad and melencboly effects
produced by arly babite of youth, vis; Wekneee
of the Bask and Llmbe, Peine In the Hud, Dtmntss
ofSlRht, Loss of Muaeular Tower, Palpitation of
tnoat of the Dteeatlve Functions, General DoblUty,
Symptoms of Consumption.
Mehtallt. Tbe faaiful eflect on the mind ar
much to b dreaded Loec 0 Memory, Gonfutlen 01
Ideas, Depreiiion of Splrltc, Kril Forebwlinri.
Timidity, Ae ar some ol the evils produced.
Thoniaodiuf peraoDiof aliags caa now; judge
whatlstlMseueeof their decUoing haaiibTKi!..
their vigors booming weak, pale, nervons and
emaciated, having a slD?ul:tr appearanoe about the
ejei, tough and symptoms of eonttuption.
Who Lave Injured themselves by a certain practise
Indulged In wncn alone a habit frequently learned
from evil eompsnioaa. er at echool, th erteete ot
tvhleh are nightly felt, even when lp, andli
not euredrenTormuilaglmpoulLl,aaa troys
both mldd and body, anouJd apply ttunediately.
What pity that a young man, the hop 01 bis
country, Ui d ailing of Ids parents, should be
snatched from all ptospvsts and enjoyments ot lit.
by th consequoBc ol devlatln,( from tb path ol
persona mtst, bsfore eontemplatlng
tbZjtX that a sondmlnd and body am the moil
necessary requisites te promot connubial bappu
neu Indeed, without tnate, the Journey through
liJo boeomrs a wrary rl'grl3iAt th proepMl
hourly daike-j to tse 1w 1 the mind neeemee
shadowed with cupslr, .k ulsd with U metan
sholy reflect. 0 a that tlif piaeu o another be
omoj blighted with our on.
DISEASE OF OHi'UEENCE.
When the mlsguiitii. u.d tuptvuent rotary cJ
peuuie finds he haa lui' II cd the sends of this pain
ful disease, it too ocu 4Ajrcoi that an tlMlmcd
aenie of shame, or drej'ali d'reovery, deters him
from applying; to thoee vlu Horn education an-
rcepoGtauuiiy, can mhhc 11 mna nun. tie laile
InU the hands of iterant and designing pretend
erewho,lneapiUe uf etu1ck Qlcnhls pecuniary
substance, keep Lim trlQln- month after month, 01
aslongastheaaaaliektfec can be obtain!, ana in
despair leave b' u wiUi mined heaJUao igb over
his galling dliA, nolntment or, by the usa of that
deadly poiscn, Plticury. hasten the onatituUonal
symptom of tb.s ttrrlll dlseaae, such aa Afi action
of the Head, Trroat, Nose, Skin, etc , progreeiing
ltl. .!- .! ..nl.ll . till ...C ..! ' ."-. j ?
Ilaal U1M.IIUI , iusijr UU UBettU ruv a INJnoU Q
hla dreaulul lUttMlnna br lendlnr him tA that nn.
d'i)vercd country from whoec bourne no travels!
BNDOIiafLMENr OF THE PRESS.
Th taiur thousand cured at thU lnstituUoa
witlun It last eighteen years, and th numsrous
t uportant Surgloai Operations performed by Dr
Johncton, witnessed by the reporter or the "Sun
and many other paperc, notices of which have ap.
M.A'4-d arain and again before the public, Jeaides
his itandlug as a gentleman of character and re
Itcniltlllty, is a suSiclsnt guarantee to th at
SKIN D1S1M8KS SPEEDILY CDRED.
Persons wilting should b particular la directing
their letters to hla Institution, in the following
u a oner
JOHN M. JOHNSTON, U L,
Baltimore Look Hocpitel,
dss iV-ly Baltimore, Maryland.
O OLlUliRfl OF TUE UNION I
Read the following Letters received from your
Comradee as endoraements of the WOULD
KISOWN AND WOULD THlLD REMEDIES,
known as PROF. HOLLOW A Vi PILLS AND
U1N 1 MLNT. You wilt here find unsolicited teitl
monlals received from all parte of the country
wbeieour army of occupation la In force
See to 1 our Health) All of you have someone
latere ited In your welfare, then do not delay.
lour Life la aluablel Nut only to yourselves,
but to yo r Fathers and Mothers, Sisters, Wlvea,
and Brothers. Then, while you may, purchae
your Health I For so cente, 68 cents, or tl u wUl
when expended lu these medicines, bring you down
to the grtenest ana ripest old age
Tbe following are genuine fetters, on file for
inspect lou at this offleo Copies cent by mall to any
Inquirer. 60 MAIDEN LANE, N. Y.
QtrAHTEftMABTEB'S DEFABTMXHT, J
is b Illinois Volunteers,
Folly Ijladd, S. c, November s. l&fta,
Prof, llollousiy, ao Maiden Lane, A F.I
ami kncloied pleas nnd two dollars, for which
send me one dobar'a worth each of your celebrated
Pills and ointment, by return mall. Please attend
to thlt at ouee, for 1 am much In need of the above
Lieut. A. W. FELLOWS, Q. M ,
I8'h Ullnoli Volunteers.
CAur Near Baamdy statior, Va., I
January 7, 18S4. t
Dear Suit I hate heaid a treat deal of talk
about ytiur ftinous Illla, and 1 never was tn
tbe need of them till uuw, 1 want to try them, as
Dtarrhtea li verr urevalent at tha nreaent timet
aend me the worth of the cncloacd. Yours, Ae
Co. E, 6th Rsgt,, Excelsior Brigade,
PcLAiai, Tenn., Dec a, lb,
Deah Siat Vleaie find enclosed one dollar, and
lend me the amount In jour famous Pills, as 1 am
troubled with Dyapepsla.and seek cure.
ours, M , THOMAS F. TURNER,
to 1, 2d Iowa Infantry.
MoBBii Iilahd, s. C., Jan. 13, i&u.
Ijcau Sisi Enclosed yeu will And M cents, for
wMch I wlib you to send me soma of your value
tlo filial send them by mall, lcnclos 10 oeots
Address ISRAEL C. HALL,
Co. L, 4th N. H. Vols , P rt Royal, S. C.
Camf or or 11 Excelsioh Bbioade,
January Si, lb6i, (
Mm Plcaaeaend me for the encloied 60 cents the
uoithof it In Plllei enoloied tlnd 16 cents to pay
1 m it nit, and 1 ou will oblige. Addreas. youri,
. o. E, 6th Hegt. Lxoelalor Brigade,
Waihlngton, D. U
JluRRIS lilANP, S, C, Jan. 31, 1641.
Plcaea find enclnard the sum of on dollar for
ruts. I hat Dlarrhuta, and can t get It stori'!.
o I want to try your I'lHi tours, Ac.
to D, lUltl, Reg Peon. Vols,
Morris Island, S. C
If the reader of this 'notice" cannot get a box of
Pills or Ointment from the drug store In hla place,
let him write to me.&o Maideu Lane, enoloilng the
amount, and I will mail a box free of expense.
Many dealera will not keep my medlolnee 00 hand
because they cannot make ae much profit a on
other persons1 make. U scuta, US cents, and St. 40
per hoxor pot. ape-iy
EDWARD IiYOHTT, .
NO. tTl PXXir. AVB. IfAllMMTOB, a C
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