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-TfiENATIOFALBETUBLICAH iyi: I. , lil)j,l"W ., mini o itimrmin Diiitun,Umbn,ll ,,.f,.aj.M Outurfn! ari.........ei...aa S.M CMIfIBrt,eUaiTtr.,.,.tJ......it. .bo Iwt MAM (a IyMmMM i h UUUiul. Twin kiVMk KlnrttMiMits a-feua, MiraaaaL. , ,,,.1 -.,.. . Ultorl.1 Botleea Maeaia Mr tiki, tub lMf Uo. Local notice. JJ centa ptf Uae,h IMr Uoa. " V "' " " E1.M 11 1... Mkt1hita B Mllffc' AjVerUeemeaU ahoolibe aaaae. U ky twdf lMk.ni. , " , iiA.x.xio..ra. rVWIOl BALTTJIORB AND OHIO BA&. VT KOAB OOXrABY. Wiitmm, Dwabu It, 1864. OaaatArYertUBDAT aiOHT, OM.lt, ItU, ruiu Trala. Mwm Wnuit aai Bal timore will raa u tollw.i tkaih. HOTiaa iujitu , . V. 1. BiLTIMORI, WAT BTATI0 AHD nABSISBUBQ TKAIH Lun .WukUf lea . It a, ra. AmtiuHUUDn&w.n. , B..I HIW TOKK ABD raiLAOXLTtllA IXrBXSS-Uat. WaeklBftij.fi JO a. u, Ar. rlre tl rr.llea.lpr.la I.UflLIin JTork 4. SO p. m. tfo Baltfmor. tleketeeeldj Ko. (. UALTIH0BBANDWE8TKBHTaAlir. Lear. WaehlBgtOB 8.U A. n., itopplBff at wby etailoBe, .OBBeetlair at Kelar wlla the Mall TraU for the Weal, aalreacUafBalUiilor.le.OO Ko! 4.-KIW TOBK MAIL TBAUT. Leare Waihtaftoall.1 a. ra. Arrlr. At Baltimore 11.49 p. m. rhUadalphla 4.17 p. m. Hew York 10,00 p. ra. Ho. . rflLTIMORKTKAIK AHD WAY STA TIONS. Leave WathlpjrtoB S.00 p. ra., eon noetlBf at Belay with Vrederiek Irata. Arrive at Baltimore 4. 4a p. m? Ho. . BALT1KOKB COMMUTATION AND PHILADELPHIA TBAIN-Leave Waealarloa 4.30 p.m. Arrive at Baltimore A. 10 p. m. TBle tralaatope.l Blaaenebarff;, BAUevlue, Laurel, and Anrt.nMi. Jnn.tln. a.fv. No. 7. -BOSTON, ALUANr AKD NKW TOKK BArjtUSTAoMfl iinTi YVaVuiaiMmobW p. in, Arrive at ltw York 4.00 &. so. Malls and dm engera by thlt train connect wllh all tb mi-. morning, iinss Having now aora ior in nasi, North and West. No Philadelphia and Haiti- aaaw HVlfW IV1V v UIH (1U W BUVH a luuintl la capacity bj OoTirnmeat oratri. to Uaro th Myat 1B.. bjiI t thla lula aaliUk la llniltnj nun, fT 2T fc BALTIMORE AND nAKRIBBDRO THAIJf !? Waihlngtoa at 6. 43 p. itv, Ar till at It.irlmA. m B a wn Nt 0. NEW TOHK. PIliLABKLnili d WKSTKBN TRAIN UT -WaahlngtOB at 7.30 p. m.v 'upptn(ri at oaiay hoom -or nwr paDfri lo Uko xreai Trala forOraftoa, wkMllnr, Paikr.bnrg, and all poiattta tha Watt. Ktacb-fj Nov York al 6. 15 a. m. Por Aaaapolli lb coBaoctloaa will b maaa wiiaioa 0.10 a. m urn too tni.i i, n. from WtvcUafUa. No trala to or Irgm Aoiiapo Ua oa BoAttar. SUNDAY TRAINS. Tha oalr traiaa from Waihlagton tot fiaiKB Ron on Sunday are tha 0. 15 and 11. 18 a. m. and .TOO p. m. for llaltliaora, aad 7.30 p. m. for Baltlraora, FbUadalpbia. Niw York aad tb Wait, and tha 6. 00 p. a. for Nw York oxly, PROM BALT1H0RS, tho 'only tralna on Soa day ara Noa. 3 and a, at 4. 30 a, m. ( and 8.W-, m.. with the Nair York paaiengflrs aad malla. aad the No, 0 at S. 30 and No. 8 at C. 00 p. m. ElpUg' care direct to Nv York on 7. 30 p. xn. trun dally. Through tlckalt to the Weit, ai well ai to rhlladelphla. New York or Boston, can be bad at the Station Ticket Office at all boon lathe day. aa well at it new office In the American Telegraph Building1, PennnyWanla avenoe, be tween FoarandaIIalf and Sixth itreeti. Batfgage will be checked at all hooref alao for through polftta, to tare trouble and confaiton at the departure of the trains. Por farther Information, ticket, of every kind. Ae., apply to aeorre S. Koonti. Agent at Waah 1st too. or at the Tickit Office. WP. 6MITn, Uacter of Transportation. L. M. COLK. , delft1 -If General Ticket Agent PIULADKLPIIIA. WILMINaTON, AND BALTIUORS RAILROAD. TIHK TABLB. Commenclnir IfONDAY. December 19th. 1S04. tralna will leare depot, corner of Broad street and WMhlngtoa atentie, as rollows i Xxpress Train at 4.03 a. u , (Mondays ex cepted.) for Baltimore and WMhlngtoa. stopping at Wilmington, rerryvtlle, Havre -de-O race. Aberdeen, rerryman's, and Magnolia. War Mali Train at 8.13 a. m., (Saodays ex cepted,) for Baltimore, stopptngat all regular stations, connecting with Delaware railroad at Wilmington for Mllford, Salisbury, and Interme diate stations. Xxpre-s Train at 1.14 p. ra., (Sundays ex cepted,) for Baltimore aad Washington, stopping at Cheater. Wilmington, Klkton, Perryvllle, and Uavre-de-Orace, Kx press Train at 9.60 p. m.i (Sundays ex cepted.) for Baltimore and WMhlngtoa, stopping at Wilmington, Newark. Elkton, Northeast, Terryvllle. Uavra-de-Qrace, Ferryman's, and Magnolia. , Night Ei press at 11. 13 p. m.. for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, (only to take Baltimore and Washington passengers,) Wilmington, Newark, Elkton. Northeast, Per ryvllle, and TTavre-deOrace. Passengers for Fortress Monroe will take the 8.13 a. nr train. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS Stopplnr at all stations between Philadelphia and Wllmlng- tOB Lear Philadelphia at 11.00 a. xa., 4.00, 3.30 and 10.00 p. m. The 4. 00 p. m. train connects with Delaware Railroad for Mllford and inter mediate stations. Leave Wilmington at 7, 15 and B. 30 a. m. , 1 30 and 6. SO p. m. Til UOliaH TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE Leave Wilmington, at 13 m. . 4. 24, 6. 33 and 9. 64 CHESTER FOR PHILADELPHIA Leave Ches ter at 8.13, 10.14 a, m., 1138, 3.13, 4.64, 7.20 aad 9. 03. p. m. SUNDAY TRAINS; Express Trala at 4.03 a. m for Baltimore aad WMhlngtoa, stopping at Wilmington, Perry vllle, lfavrs-de-Urace, Aberdeen, Perryman'a and Max nolle. Night Express at 11.10 p. m. for Baltimore and Washington, stopping at Chester, (for Balti more and Wuhlngton pas-engers, ) Wilmington, Newark, Elkton. Worlh-JUsi, Perryvllle and Havre-do -Ormee, Accommodation Train at 10 p. m. for Wil mington and Way Buttons. BALTIMORE FOR PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore at 9.23 p. m., stopping at navre-de-Qrace, Perryvllle and Wilmington. Also stops at Elkton and Newark (to take pas sengers for Philadelphia and leave passengers from WMhlngton or Baltimore,) and Chester to leave passengers from, Baltimore or Washing ton. Leave Wilmington for Philadelphia at 6.30 F FROM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. Leave Baltimore 8 23 a, m.. Way Mall; 1.10 p. u., Express ; 4.23 p. m.. Way Trala; 8.33 p. a. Express; 9. 23 p. ra. , Express. TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE Leave Chester at 8.67 a. m., 1.60 and 11,60 p. ra. Leave Wilmington at 6.13. 9.40a. m.. 123, 4,a8andll23p. m. FREIGHT TRAIN, with passenger car at tached, will leave Wilmington (or Perryvllle and Intermediate station- at 7.63 p. m. Janll H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent. BXPItBBS. DAMS EXPKES8 COMl'ANY, OJ-J-ICB 014 1'S.tN. AVKNDI, WAiniMOTOX Citt.D. 0. a BEAT EASTERN, NORTIIEKN, iD WESTERN EX1'RE33 FORWARDERS. If orck&ndlio, Monor, Jowolry. Volaabloa, Notoi, Stock.. Bond., At. , rorwirJe4 with SAFETY AND PISPATCII to .11 Mooi.lbl. ...tian. of th. cdantrr. Thl. Com ti .07 bio Ag.Bciu la lao principal raiiwaj vwu. in u. KORTU, BAST.WEST.AHD MORTITWSST 11a pnncipti omcoa ar. WAIIimOTOH, D.C.MEW TORK. BOSTOH. flllLADStPllIA, BALTIMORE, CIH OIMMATI, BT. LOUIS, LOUIS VILLE, LXXINOTOH. OoBBOetlooa ar. mU. at Now York aad Boitoo wlta Ubo. (orwudlof to too Caa. od to Ibo Urltlah l'ro.loc, and with ataaroahlp Una. to Llrarpool,Soatriamptoa aad IUrro,aud tbaaco br European .ipreaaea to all protalaootcommer afal towna la Or. at Brllala and on th.Coatln.at Coll.ctloa of V otaa, Drafu and BlUa mad. at all accoaalblt part, of tbo Unlte4 6ut.a. 0. O. DUNN, Ag.nt, Jail Waabiajton, DC. 367 KIDWELL 1, HENDERSON. 3G7 TAPER nANfllNOS, WINBOW SHADES, SHADE TRIMMINGS, 8all1of at REDUCED PRICES, aa; D .Ire.l, otar Nl.lb, FraaUla IliU UallJlog. All work la tbatr Una ozoaatod prouptljr la tha CITI or COOflTRT . JJ3.I7 iM T Y up! . , ..,., , "i 1 1. mil mi' ! - -rr-?rnpgv- - , ..ll UoiiiUtfit li. i-r...tnilk- . ' - '-"" """ jl -a LjfiffflTI In M..T ..fTTni n rivxni. mmimmim VOL. V. UAHjIIUAOH. 1864 AMAHMIIMM jgg HXW TORK LIBXS THE OaiMDU AND AMBOY AND PHILADEL PHIA AND TEXNTON RAILROAD COMPA. XIXS LINia. fROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORE AND WAY PLACES, FROM WALNUT STREET WHARF AND KENSINGTON DEPOT, Wni UflTi x voLLOwa. Trxt Fare. At 6 a, m. . via Camden and Ambor O. aad Aa Acoommodatloa. .- 1126 At 8 a. m, , tia Camden aad Jersey City New Jersey Accommodation 123 At 8 a, to., via Camden and Jersey City Morning Express... t . 100 Mere, m., via Camden aad Jsrity uiy 2d Class Ticket 125 At ii a, m.. via Kensington aad Jersey , waaAA'tT"HB iiiiMtdiiMaatiitiaatii a. w fit V.. M Atjxm.. via Camden and AnborC. and A, Accommodation .. 123 ai a p. ra. . via Camden and Ambor C and A. Express.....,.... 3.00 At 3 p. m.,f via Kensington aad Jersey City WMhlngton and N. Y Express.. S.00 A &XA P. n.. via. Kensington and Jersey City Evening' Mall , 100 AtllW p. in., via Kensington and Jersey City Southern Mail 100 At lx.nixht,) via Ksnslnaton and Jersey city Southern Expreu S.00 At o p. m,, via Camden and Amboy Ac t fommoaaiioa iiroigni ana passenger:) lstclautltket, 2d elass ticket. . TtiSttlli'p. u KMBjqtp Mill, ud-4be 1.S0 (Night) Southern' Expreu will run dally, (all !, uuuiiAiftfii; PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LINES. lav Walnat atceot wharf a,t 8 aad ft a. &.. 12 m., and 2 p. m. Leave Keoslogton Depot at 11, If a. isv.ilSS, 4.!tOand0 43 p.-nu.ad 1160a. m. (night.) The 8.43ip.im. 'line runs dally; (all others. Bandayeaxf spied.) NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA LINES. Leave foot of Barclay street at 6 a. m. and 2 p. m. From foot of Cortland street at 7, 8. and 10 a, m.j 12 m. , 4 and Op. m. , and 12 night. The 8 p. m. line runs d.lly; (all others. Son days excepted.) W. H. GATZMER, Agent, Philadelphia and New 1'ork Lines. rBfLADHTUlA, vec, aj, IWtJ. j Q.REAT PENNSYLVANIA7 ROUTE 0 KORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST. SON AND AFTER DECEMBER 23, trains will eve Baltimore, from North Calvert .Station, as Fast Mail, at 9.20 a.m. narrlsburff Accommodation 3 p.m. Erie aad Pittsburgh Express 8 p.m. Pittsburgh and Elmlra Express. . ...... 10 p.m. THE 8.13 A. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON Connects with the 9.20 a. m. train from Bal timore for Pittsburgh and the West, and for Elmlra. BuffsiOaltochekUr. Dun kirk, Caaaodalgua, and Niagara Falls, and forWew York City. THE 4.80 P. M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON Connects with the 8 p. m. train from Bal timore for Plttsbart and Erie. THE 6.43 P, M. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON Connects with the 10 p. m. Express from Baltimore aad raas through to Pitts burgh and Elmlra, without change or cars, connecting at Pittsburgh for Cincinnati, Chicago, and St. Lonla, and at.Elialra for Buffalo, Roohes ter, and Syracuse. ONE TllROUOn TRAIN ON SUNDAY, Leaving WMhlngton at 8 o'clock p. to, BLEEPING CARS ON NIQnT TRAINS. SOLDIXXl' TlCKXTS AT OOTXISMIHT RATIP, LOW FAltE AND QUICK TIME, aTFor Tickets and any Information apply at the ufflce of the Great Pennsylvania Route, cor ner Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street, under National Hotel, and Depot House, No. 463 Cstreet, near New Jersey aveoae.Washlagtoa. J. N. DUHARRY, Superintendent N. C. K. R, E.J.WILKINS, Passenger and Ticket Agent. JNO.GILLETT, Passenger Agent, Corner Sixth street and Pennsylvania evenoe, d2S-tf 8TEAM8HIPH. NKW'YOKK AND WASHINGTON STEAMSHIP COMPANY. (OLD LINE, ) HTVIII NEW YORK. ALEXANDRIA. WASHINGTON AND GEORGETOWN, D. C. OCEAN STEAMERS BALTIMORE, REBECCA CLYDE, AHD EMPIRE, IK COXNXIOTIOK WITS IILAVU ITIAMXHB GEOROB II. STOUT, MAY FLOWER. AND ANN ELIZA. Regular Sailing Daya TUESDAYS and FRI DAYS, at 12m., from foot of High street, George- town, and Pier 13, isi jtiver, (loot oi wail street.) New York. ror ireigat or passage appi pulvto 0. P. HOUUIITON, Ageut,, foot of High street, Georgetown, M. ELD FUDGE & Co , Agents, Prince Street Wharf, Alexandria, JAME8 HAND, Agent, 117 Walt street, New York. Freight received constantly and forwarded to all parts of the country wllh dispatch, at lowest rates je22 A TLANTIO STEAMSUIP CO.'S LINK SCREW STEAMERS BXTWSIR NEW YORK, WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA, AND GEORGETOWN. BTBAUERB E C. KNIGHT, Ceptalo J. J. Mason, JOHN GIU80N, ' J. It. KeUy, Leave Pier No 12, North River, New York, at 4 o'clock, p. m , Tuesdays and Fridays. Leave Snow's wharf, 107 Water street, George town, at 9 a, m. , Wednedaysand Saturdays, for New York. Freight received dally, bandied la the most careful manner, and delivered with the greatest dispatch, at fair rates. Passage and State-room, with aupertoraccom modatlons for comfort and pleasure, direct through from Washington to Albany, Troy, and Saratoga. Tickets good for either ulght or day steamers, Et. John, Heudrlck Hudson, Danlsl Drew and C. Ylbbard, oa the Hadsoa river, Through to Providence and Boston by the splendid steamers of the Neptune Steamship Company, and to Portland by Cromwell's old established line. For Freight and pasage, apply to W. R SNOW A CO., 107 Water Ktroet, Georgetown, FLOWERS k DO WEN, Alexandria. Va., H, B. CROMWELL 4 CO., 6 West street, New York. Passaire and State-rooms can be engaged at tne Compauy'a Office, 241 F street, between Thlr- leenm and jrouneenin, wMium-nm, ,v. !a-l JOHK B. BLVANB & CO., 87 Loalalaoa aronuo aad 303 0 llr.et WASUIMQTO, D. C, paALina IN KEO UAKDWARE. 4 CUT WAILS Tlolahad, to ltd ; Ptacr, 8 to 12d Box, 0, T, 9J. CDT Sl-IKbB 1 to7lnobat. CLINCH NAILS. K'i?8.81" A;,D ""AT SPIKES, HORSE snoaa, Bardon'a OoiarBm.it, No. 1 to r Birdo.i. Cllr, No. 1 to 8, a and . ?.;,i''aSbMa, 1, , a. HORSE WAlLS-arlrSVa, 8 to IQlPolnam'a, 8 to 10 1 Pdtnan'a. "X, "'oto 10: Naw LondOB, StolOt "American." . to 10. apU TSRJ(ai KIT QAsU, WASHINGTON. rilOrOHAJLH. LA HOE QOVEKNMBNT BALE or STEAMBOATS. WIIARP-BOATg, BABOES, AND OTHER PROPEBTr. QtUBTlliTi OinBlL'i Ornct, I Waannoioir, D. C, Jnlf SO, 1863. i Soalad l'ropoaala aro larltad aad will b. r- celt. d at tbt placta, and natll Ibo dat. b.rela. after named, for tb. parchaaa of tbo following. named STEAMBOATS, WUABP-BOATS, BAROES, and olbar property. AT LOUISVILLE, KT., UNTIL WEDNSSDAV, AUOU8TS0, 11 m., for tha Model Bariea Charm.r, Benrr Clar. Woolfolk. larao No. A, aad B. Norton, and for aarantoen (17) Gunwale Bargeat All of which eta be oeea at LOUISVILLE, KEN. a)wuna, hb.k til U7 V( !. For the side-wheel Buamboat D. A. January, SIde-wbeet Steamboat Ohio, (wreck, j Aad thirteen (13) Gunwale Barges. AH of which can be seen at NEW ALBANY, IN DIANA, until the day of sale. AT ST. LOUIS, MISSOURI, UNTIL TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 6.1m., Side-wheel Steamer Autocrat, registered 602 tons. Side-wheel Steamer Uetta, registered 476 tons. Side-wheel Steamer J. II. Baldwin, registered 208 tons. Side-wheel Steamer John Ralne, registered 620 tons. Side-wheel Steamer Metropolitan, registered 387 tons. Side-wheel steamer R. C. Wood, (formerly the aniuHiuu,; V(aa)i,wi i9t HIUI. Side-wheel Steamer NebrMka, registered 673 8Ide-wheel Steamer Baltic, registered 700 tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Emma, registered 194 tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Victor, registered 60 tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Alpha, renin tered 200 tona. Stern-wheel Bteamer Nick W. Hughes, registered .ov tun. 8lern-wbeel (tow-boat) Steamer Newsboy, regis tered 12. tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Silver Lake, registered 140 toil a. Stern-wheel Steamer M, V. Balrd, registered 91 tons. Stem wheel Steamer United States, registered 60 Stern-wheel Steamer Echo faunk. . Stern-wheel Steamer Mat tie Cabler, registered JY tut.. Stern-wheel Steamer Porter, registered 113 Ions. Stern-wheel Steamer Alone, reslatered 211 tona. Stern-wheel Steamer J. 8. Priogte, registered 318 tun. Stern-wheel Steamer Jennie Hopkins, registered tt-xj ioua. Stern-wheel Steamer Lioness (tow-boat.) rests tered 238 tons. Stern -wheel Steamer Carrie Jacobs, registered 136 tons. Stern-wheel Steamer innle Jacobs, registered aJUO iOOal. Stern-wheel Steamer Lotns. reirtateril 1.10 tun. Stern-wheel Steamer Virginia Barton, registered w lout. Screw Tag J. T. Ramsey, registered 60 tona. Screw Tog Michigan, registered 128 tons. Screw Tug Huron, registered 128 tons, and Wharf-boat Dearborn. 300 tons, ALSO. For the Model Barges General Sheridan, Keokuk No. 1, Keokuk No. 2, Trenton, St Louie, Hart ford, Anns, Archie, Larimer, William Tell, Frank Dougherty, Ducbvas, Chantle, Phillip t, Vulcan No. 1, Vulcan No. 1 Vulcan Jfo. . uicau no. , vuican no o, nican no. o, Gaalt, Bob drier, Daa Hlsley. Ed. Kline. Sus'e, Jessie, Gil more, Southerner, Outhrle! C. J. Caffrey, Ben Geriisb, Cartwrtght, aad warm wrecss oi uuinne, uaigni, ana Her cules. And seven (7) gunwale Barges. All of which can be seen at ST. LOUIS MIS SOURI, nntll the day of sale. Also. One fl) Wharf-boat. 300 tons! Wharf. boat, (J, C. Irwin,) 148 tons; seventy even J 77) Gunwale Barges; model Barges Emma, 'anny, Adam Sproule, Laura, and Roanoke; six () Coal Boats; one (1) Yawl Boat; four (U Bams, ana two w umaii rjats. All of which can be seen at CAIRO, ILLINOIS, until the day of sale. Also, Stern-wheel bteamer Lue Eaves, regis tered 60 tons; model Barges Aaaterlltr, Westmoreland, Rnaooke, Josephine, and No 0; and three (3) Box Barges. All of which can be seen at EVANSVILLE, INDIANA, until the day of sale. Also, Screw Tug Little Giant, registered 63 ions; ana six ici uauwaieuarge All of which can be seea at MEMPHIS, TEN NESSEE, until the day of sale. Also, One (I) Wharf-boat, 420 tons; one (1) Gunwale Barge, and two (2) Coal Boata. All or which can be seen at HELENA, AR KANSAS, uotll the day of sale. Also. Wharf.boat II. R. W. Hill. 800 tons: wharf -boat Michigan, 137 tons; wharf-bust Chancellor, 363 tons; fire (3) Uaawale Barges, and one (1) Coal-boat. All of which can be seen at the MOUTH OF WHITE RIVER until the day of sale. Persons makl&aP oronoi.fl.la for mor than nn boat or barge should give the name or numberof earn Doai or Darge oia tor, wun price proposed to be given for each. Each envelope containing a bid should be sealed, aod the name of the boat or banre.or de scription of the property endorsed thereon, and addressed to Brigadier General L. B. Parsons, Chief of Hall and River Transportation, in care of the officer in charge of River Transportation at the Points deal .meted for ODentnir blda. The Government reserves the right to withdraw any oi ine aoove property, ana to reject propo sals if deemed too low. Payment to be made la United Slates cur rency, upon the acceptance of any proposal, aod prior to the delivery of the property. A full description of the property may bo ob tained on application to Colonel Arthur Edwards, Assistant Quartermaater, Saint Louis, Mlsaourl. By order of the QuartermMter General. LLWIS B PARSONS. Brig. Gen., and Chief of Rail and River Trans portation. kmrS-tf fXYOH'S OFFICE, AUQU&T ltt.1884. Sealed proposals will be received br the tin. deralgaed until I2o'clock, m , on MONDAY, 28th Instant, for the building of a sewer In the north alley In Reservation ten, (10.) under the follow ing act of the Corporation of the city of Washing tou, approved August 4, 1641; Jit it tnacted hy the Board o.4 Mermen and tha Hoard t Common Council o tht CUy qf Wash ington. That the Mayor be, and he Is hereby, authorised and reqnested to cause a two-foot barrel sewer, walls nine Inches In thlckneas, to be constructed lathe north alter running from Third street west to Four-and-a-half street west, la Kenervatloa tea. (10.1 to connect with the sewer ia Four-and-a-half street west ; the work to be contracted for. aod to be done under the direction of the City Surveyor and superintend ence of the Commlsalonerof the Fourth ward; and to defray the expense Incurred under thla act a special tax equal to the cost of the same be, aud the same la hereby, imposed and assessed on tno property ou me nrm front or u street norm, between Third street west and Four-and-a-hatf atreot weat, benefited by the said aower, lo ac cordance with the provisions of the act of Con- tre approved reuruary kj. uw; anu to be col lected lo accordance with the act aiwroved May 23, 1&0J, for assessing and collecting tbo costs of foot pavements. bidden, wilt state tne once per lineal root. which shall Include all excavation, Ac , ic.( m will more fully appear la the speclflcatlou. The right to decline all propoaals, should It be deemed for tho Interest of the Corporation to do so, is reaerved. Specifications caa be soeo at the olllca of the Commissioners of Improvements every day, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. in and 12 m. Also. In the Cltr Surveror'a office on on Mondays and Fridays. lone um practical inecnsaiCB neou via auia-eotSU RICHARD WALLACH, Mayor. U. S, SEVEN-TUIRTY LOAN AGENCY. W, T, SMITHSON A CO., BANKERS, 224 Baltimore street UNITED STATES 7 jO LOAN AGENTS. All Deaomlnatl jns of the 7-30 NOTES CONSTANTLY ON HAND, For immediate delivery; and ALL CAKjKS 0F GOVERNMENT SECURITIES uoogui ana Hold on Uonimls.lon, As we shall give our epeclal attention to the r ii r thane and Sala of Oaiii-nmant kriirit(uM. wa uost respectfully solicit your orders. v. i, BuiTiiBun a tu, Oald. StOCkl. and Bonda R..noM nn k.iU oo Commission, 1.19 D. C, TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 29. 1805. C O IV D IT 10 NAT, FIXKRD3IKN IN MAnYXAKD. An apslstant commlisloner bT the FrteJ men'i Barean, who wni recently ietii td In restlg&te the condition of the freeftmen In the lower eoantlea of Maryland, their treat ment by their late mast erf, ete., has juit made a report of hli Investigations to Qtn. HowAitn. He tayi many eomplalntt are made, by the majority of planter, of Indolence and Imprudence on the part of the negro; warcUy or labor; Increase of crime; of the pernicious inflaerjco of the Freed men's Dareaa In Incul eating a spirit of lnsabordi nation, and of the attempt, by military authority, to place Id abeyanco their State laws refrardloir necroes. Thoy a. so complain of the disposition of tho Government to Insist on their rapportlng the Infirm and aged of their former slares, and threaten resistance to inch action. "The tfrcedmen complain of the neglect and refusal of their employers to pay them of lit treatment j of the opposition to a re union of families separated by slavery; the resort to old methods of punishment ; the impoBsioiiiiy oi receiving protection to either person or property by appeal to civil author ity : of sufferW canted by clantort tnrnlntr away their aged and Infirm servant! to die of want ana exposure, or be taken care of by the Government ; of the refusalof many plan ters to hire those who hare relatives in tho service or the United Elates." In reference to the complaints of the plan' ters, the report states : " It Is a noticeable fact that tne statements made by tne freed men coincide fally with mute oi me iew loyai wnites in in is section, though it Is not surprislntr when It Is conald ered that the treatment of loyal men in these counties has been similar to that rocelved by -. A? t 1. luu irecumcu. Several affidavits are produced to prove that white Union men cannot secure justice beforo the civil courts of the several counties. Numerous Instances are also cited showing the barbarities practiced upon the freedmen by tho disloyal whites. The statements of tae negroes are made under oath, and are corroborated by loyal white residents. The following cases will sone as a specimen of the wooie; Calvert Lee, a colored man In St. Mnrv'e county, waxouaulted and cruelly beaten by one Dr. Hobert Neal, who has been confined in tho Old Capitol prison on charge of firing from an ambush upon the troops sent in pur suit, ui iuo assassin uooia, ana wno is salu by his neighbors to be a desperate character. Neal drew a pistol and attempted to shoot Lee; an application supported by tho affidavit of Leo waa made by Lieutenant O'Brien, the ABiisiaui.uominissiorjer ortno imtrict. for a warrant to arrest Neal, and was refused on me ground mat xee was not a competent witness. Isaac Craig, a colored man, for taking off uia u&fc iu cueer me speaxer, wno referred to the emancipation act, was set upon by sev eral secessionists, among whom was one Dent, a magistrate, and one Snioot. a con stable, knocked down repeatedly, and boaten until Ufa was nearly extinct. After sc.cral Mows had been struek, Craig attempted to defend himself, and for this he was afterwards arrested, and by this jamo magistrate, Dent, one of tho assaulting nartr. f.nmml.,i prison for an attempted assault on a white man. Other colored men, who merely threatened to dofend themselves if attacked, woro ai. resiea,wnippea anu compelled to give bonds to xeep me peace lor six months. According to the testimony of Union men the condition of tho freedmen Is very bnd. Emancipated late last autumn, they were turned adrift with neither food nor clothes. Many could not find employment, and idle ness and want Induced crime. The report continues . "Instances of Ill-treatment and of the tak ing of tho law Into their own hands by the white citlians of St. Mary's, Charles and Prince George counties might be multiplied. Many planters remark ? Wo shall have another St. Domingo here,' and, adds the author of the report, 'unless some means Is de.lsed to sccuro from these planters simnlo justicethe freodmenask no more tho fears ot tbo piantors may be t erUied in some bloody outbreak.' " The complaint of a scarcity of labor Is well founded. Not more than one half of the usual amount of land is cultivated this year for that reason. The negroes complain of not receiving their wages, and say they can not work without ny. If all tho planters In lower Maryland wero honest, and tbo freedmen know It, every one of them would go there willingly and work. If they had a remedy at law when their wages are not paid, they would go; but until one or the other lq secured, thoy will seek labor else where The rate of wanes nald to the late slares Is $10 per month, though some are promised more. The majority of bar gains have been made between employer and employee for a year; but in no cases, no far as could be disco ered, wero the contracts wit nosred by white men. Loyal white men eall for military aseist anco from tbo Government to presorvo their lives, and the belief Is exprosed by them that unless something Is done to secure jus tice to the colored people, they will take the law Into their own hands as tho only moans to protect luomseivos. Tho tuflorlmrs of that class of colored neo- flo made free under President Lincoln's proo nutation giving freedom to the families of such as enlisted in the army, are described ns heartrending. 'Thoy now ha o to endure, ' sny the report, "peculiar hardships from tho prejudico existing In the minds of tho people against thone who havo been In the Union army, or who now hae husbands, fathers or brothers there. Many old and Infirm peoplo hat e been driven away by their former masters not being oven awarded the care and protection git en by a humane mas ter to a faithful horse. Theso hare been told to go and let the Government take care of them." The report concludes by statinir that tho sentiment of disloyalty to tho Government Is wide spread. As An illustratIon,ln one election district In Prince George county 130 out of 180 voters nro disfranchised. Among them Is a physician, who, whon the colored troops were being organized at Benedict, In that county, told his friends that he was going to got appointed surgeon there, If posslblo, to "poison tno niggers " iois man applied to the Board of Rcelstry, wanted to take an oath that he had never aided, assisted, or encouraged the rebellion In any way, and was highly Indignant that he was not allowed to uo so. A Brctal Munnxit.Mrs. Kphralm (Iris- wold, a wealthy old lady who resides In tho west part of Williston, Vt., was found In her barn yesterday morning brutally mur dered Her husband was absent from home at the time. The perpetrator of tho deed Is as vetTinknown. A larire amount of lmmev Ti'aHirthe'littu.e, viLlcli il xaisidng. ejmblicim COUNCIL) rXlOCKEDINGS. Hoard of Aldermen, ..,. Mohdav, August 23, 1863. The Board met at the usual hour, the Vice President, Mr. Turtoo, la the chair. Preaent Messrs. Noyea, MeCathron, Barr, Mag ruder. Uffen, A. Lloyd, Lewis, and Cross. coMMuxicaftoxe. The Chair laid before the Board a com mo nt ca tion from the Mayor In answer to a resolution In regard to obtaining the consent of the proper authorities for the completion of the new Centre Market llou.e. The Mayor states that the build log was s opped by the late SecreUry Uaher, lo compllanro with a resolution of the House of Representatlvea, aod that he was now about bringing the matter to the attention of lbs prevent fcecretary, with, however, little expectation of being permitted to proceed with the bulldiog. '""lieu io a apeciai corn mi lie?, consisting or MrHA-ra. Magruder.'Lewls and MeCathron. Aiao, a communication nominating E. V Bos well as apothecary for the poor la the beventh nru, vice uido uosweu, ueceaseu, me no mi nation was unanlmonsly con Armed, Also, a com manic. Hun kunauBclBir hi an. proval of an act authorities the water mains to be'lald In certain atresia andavennealnthe PI rat, Second, Third, Fourth, Sixth and Seventh warda; an act authorizing the repair of certain crofm gutterslo the Flrat ward; an act authorising the " ourTVTvr 10 us me graae ot certain streets aa act making approrrUtton for tli antifwirt n the public acboola of tho city of Washlogton for iuj iiniii ri ruUIO JDQSJU, l&OO. Alao. a Co mm anient Ion In rAsnaniM to . roantn. tloaorthe Board, ntatlog that thedelayto paving atreeta after their exe-ivatlon for that purpoae la attributable to the disappointment of the con tractor In not receiving curbing as expected from New York The grading of the particular places was done la expectation of the arrival of the curbing In time to go on Immediately with the nui, iuu mat mere mignt uo no ueiay in pro ceedlng with the work A communication from Mr. B. E. Douglasa, The Reglater, transmitting a II t of persona In the Seventh ward who have obtained llcenies since novembrr 7, 1564, to sell liquors by the glass, to sell liquors la quantities not leia than a pint, and to sell iroods. warea. and mtrchantlU. In sell hats, caps, boota, shorn, and ready-mado vavin uK (atrrrvu tu tun mm coinmuiee. A cotumunlcatlou lucloslng a propoaitioa from II fc Puvls to loaao the corporation lot oa D street, between Ninth aud Teuth; re.'errcd to the vuuiliilill'tj oa I Oil CO. Also, a cominunlcatloa from the Mayor return ing without his approval the bill to trim and gravel Fifth street, from north P to Boundary street The bill was laid on the table Also, a communication announcing his approval of the act to pay sneb proportion uf the Judg ment recently recovered atfatnat the Levy Court by the Coroner, Thomas Woodward, as la prop erly chargeable to this Corporation. An act au thorizing the Mayor to construct and e.iu'n a line of telegraph between the offlco of the fire Alarm and 1'oiico Teienrarh and the National observatory. Aa act for the relief of John Tboroas. A communication from II. C Hall, of the Uni ted Matea Telegraph Company, requesting per mlailoa to run two wlresover the Cltr Hall build! log. Referred to a epeclal commliieo consisting oi JiHr, aiotcb, J.10YU, anu uwcu. riTITIORS Mr Owen presented the petition of John Bligh auu otnera iteierrea to tne loraiuitieeon im Drovements. Mr. Barr presented the petition of Cntliarlne omna, asiug toe remission oi anno. Jierrrcd to Committee ou Claim Also, the petition of Win. M. McCauIey. Re ferred to same committee. The same gentleman also offered the following resolution ; which was passed . Sesotrfd. That the Committee on Police be Instructed to Inquire Into tho expediency ef re- UoruiltE Ulll pruilBlDIE Luuurg.iri orminn. facturers of lager and welss beeraball not be per mitted to use the pared gutters of the city for the ruriuHi im rnrrjing oil laf-ir waat wait-r, Mr MeCathron prraeuted tho petition of Hugh McGlnnls Referred to theCommltteeoaCUIuis, KEPOBTS Or tOMXITTrXrl. Mr. Lewis, chalrm&u of the Committee on Im provements, reported back the following bills: which wero passed bill to repair a breuk in V atreet sooth, near Flret street east, bill to pave the footway ua the south front of square No 724, lu the Fifth ward: bill to grade r street south, iron, aeventu to fciavemn streets west Mr. Magiuder here took the chair, and Mr. Turtoo. chairman of tho Committee on Drainage, Sewerage, and tho Distribution of vtfticr, reported uCK tne bill to construct a bar rel sewer on Tenth street west, from New York Oa motion, the bill was referred to th Al gallons of the Second aud Third Wurda. Mr Turtoo introduced a bill to coustruct a sewer In the alley from Fourteenth to Fifteenth street woi, in square ao rca i'juaed. Also, a bill accompanied by a petition to pave the north aide of H street north, from Twenty first to Twenty-fourth atreet west. Passed Also, a out accompanied by a petition to set the curb stones aud pave the footway on the north aod cant fronts of Snuaro 3. on the south side of L street, from Twenty-third to Twenty fourth, and on the west side of Tvrentp-thlrd street, from L street north to the Circle. Passed. Air. A. Lloyd, chairman of the Coruimttca on Finance, reported adversely on the petitions of joun uougiierty, Aiicnaei uuuy ana nr in thrope, and asked that the committee be die charged from further consideration of the same. They were dUcharied. Mr. Noyes presented a bill to grade F street aoum, iron, oeventn n f-ievenin street west Referred to the Committee on Improvements. UILU.rKOMT.lK LOHEU UiUXD. The follow iuif bills from tha lowr Iliiard wr passed : Bill to curb aud pave the north front of nquarea so- aou 'Jja; Din to construct a sewer in I utreet. from Sixth to 8eenth atreet wont: act to remove dirt from the gutters and footways ia the various wards; Joint resolutions requesting the Mayor to tuqulre If tho Government bad re linquished poses1on of the railroad from the Lou if Urldtre to tho Baltimore depot, and If ao. why steam engines ran along the streets of the city; act for the relief of Rosa Tilgbman, bill to extend A sewer oa Third street west from E to F streets north, bill making additional ap propriation for lie publication of the Council roceouinga anu ordinances ia ine luionni in tlttoencfr. bill authorlzliiaf B. V Bailer A Co. lo erect a bill board at lite Ceutro Market bouse ; and a bill lo repair the gutter at tho Intersec tion of G street south and Four-and-a-half stroot went The Aldermen Mil. Providing for the care of certain juvenile offenders In tho Baltimore House of Refuge, was n turned from the lower Board with a substitute by wsy ofamondmeut. strlkluii out all of the original bill, aud slmplyautborltlug tne commutes rcprevrniiug tno corporation ie fore Congress to ask for power to levy a sjwclal ax to uuiiu a no use oi iiemga in mis uistrict Mr McCathrou called the attention of the Board to a section of tho (barter aothorlilng the cor poration to build a lIone of Correction, Ac He was not dloposed to surrender meekly to the ac tion of the lower Hoard A Uoue of Refuge was needed Th bill Introduced by him provided for tho care of tbo boys until a nous of IU fuge could ho ch'Lltd He thought It was the duty of tho corpormlou to care for these Juvenile of fenders, but tho gentlemen of the lower Hoard, in all their wisdom, bad said that tbo corpora tion nau no power to uuuq a jiouio oi ueiugo Mr M theunadthe clauso In the charter u- thoiUliig tbo torporntloa to build such a plnre Ma llnnrn lav iliAilirhi Ir ua. llm.ll.n '...... J ration sboulJ do something ultli.tbeie juvenile otfenders He agreed wllh Mr MiCuthron, aod, on his motion, tlie Board refused to concur iu the amendment of tbo lower Board Mr A Lioyu rvportea adversely on tne mil to lay a sewir lu lourth street, from E to I, and I ho comiiilltie was discharged The bill providing tor the laying or water mains Ia tbo lifth ward was amuuded sn as to Uv tho uialnauloug Mxll. streut t.l.from Poiiu- ayhsulai atuuo to Maryland aveuue A uutnltT of other bills from the lower Bonrd were rvii rred to tho various comtullteas ; and the uoa ra ujjourufu Hon itl of Common Cotlllill. Tlifl Board met at tho usual hour. Ill the iiiombvrs pretest. Tha rietldetit laid before the Board a commii. ulistlou from the Mayor, recommoudlug an ao propruitiiMi in ti,'""', io civau me sewer neiweeu Muth au 1 Tenth streets west aud C and E streets north ltifi'fnd Also. Hie following communication from i!,a Corporutuu Altornvy, lu leply to a resolution re quvstiuki that uillcor to favor tho llourd with a copy of tlm legal oplniou prepared by him, ut the riqut "t ill late Council, reaptctlug the power of tb M yor to rtmlt lln lucurrcd under the oidluaucus of tbo corporation tYASHIMITOV. July U, ISlU. To the Vtnril Common (Vtincrf: flHSTI FMKN 1 hae no tnnv of llm iiiilnlnii lii which you rt-ter, hut cau state tho lesiilt 'ibo Mayor hat uo powvT to remit a One Imposed by NO. 282. proper aatbority for a breach of aa ordinance of mis vorporauoa, mat power, I r It rests at ail, rests la the legitimate body under the charter. He can no more release a nae than he eon Id apy ether debt due the Corporation, Judicially aacnr talned. There Is no such power given In the charter, and I am not aware of any by-law by which It Is attempted to give It to him. r Very respectfully, Jos H BaADtxr. Attorney fir Corporation. Also, acoramanlcatlenfrom the Mayor trans mitting an Invitation from Joo. E. Eschback to the Councils to visit his atone quarries on the Potomac river aud Rock creek; which, on motion of Mr Andersoo.was accepted. Also, a communication from tbo Collector In reply to a resolution of this Board, stating that the taxes paid In at his office by colored people during mo iiicn var cooing .onsw, itm, amounted to A3.69S 06. and regrets that he is unable to state the amount of taxes collected from that class of persons aunog any lonner or subsequent years, the law not requiring a separate account to be kept. Also, a communication from the Register, stating the entire amount of money paid for the purchase of the ground and the erection and en closure known aa the Central Goarihousa aud pipe yard, amounts to i 23,4 17. 49. Referred KBSOII'TIONS. Mr. Hall Introduced aresoluttoa requesting the Mayorto Inform this Board what steps have been taken for the payment of tbesnrn claimed by the board of trustees of colored public school, or the support of said schools, and If ba steps I. arc been taken, that be lay before this Board all the correspondence which has taken placo betwrea nun ana tne saiatrusteeaou tne subject Adopted, Mr. Ferguson Introduced a resolution ftiu-;ta ing the Corporation Attorney to Inform the Board wnat power, u any, ibis corporation lias, under me cnaner, to levy a special tax ror tno erection aud maintenance of a House of Correction for Juvenile Offender. Adopted. DILLS ISTftObLLKn. Mr. Hall Introduced a Joint resolution granting permission to G.F Bailey 4 Co to erect a bill noara in irons or tne centre Market House Paused. Mr Anderson Introduced a bill to tax and li cense claim agents and Intelligence ofacos, re luliinir a license of V)for au oiQce for tbe pros ecution of claims, and 30 for an intelligence offlce. Ac. Re forrod. Mr Ferguson Introduced a Mil authortilngtbo Mayor to have prepaied a new Digest oiiuetien era! Laws of tuts Corporation ; which was re ferred to the Committee on Wavs aud Means. Mr Walker Introduced a bill authorising the curbstones to bo set and tbe footway paved on me west iront oi squares jsj, jh, aua jsj. in ferred Mr Wright Introduced a bill for a gravel foot walk ou the west side of lint street wvst. be tween D street south and Virginia avenue Re ferred Mr. Dudley introduced a bill to set the curb and pave the footways m the norlh side of Vir ginia avenue aud south fronts of sqanroa 314, 6SI, OS2. und041 Referred. Also, a petition, very numerously signed by property owners and residents of the tteveutb ward, la reference to the removal of night soil, aud looktntr to the location of some general rUc of deposit outside of the city 11m I u Referred to tne uotuinitiee ua jiea.iu, Also, a bill to ronair a cutter at the Intersec tion of O street south and Four-and-a-half street west. Passed TUB riRK DIFlBTMIlfT Mr. Wright moved to sn upend the rules to tako up tne bill (U. A,; making au apbropropridiiou to build au engine house for tbe Paid Flro Depart ment; which was agreed to. Mr. Moore submitted an amendment fr the flrt three sections of the bill, providing that dollars be appropriated lo enable the Mayor aud rire Commissioners to put the Juetropolltau Hook and Ladder house Ia a condition to accom modate one of the steam fire engines and hose retjlefor the Paid Fire Department, and that so aoou aa the said build in if shall have been Im proved, the Fire CommlBsloaers be directed to remove to the said building and locate the Cor poration steam cnglue and nose reel there.whlch is now locateu in mo r irs. wara , wiutu was to 1J.MJ. Mr. Mesd moved to strike oat tbo second and third tt-itlous of the bill J which was rejected Tbe bill was debated at length, aud finally re jected yeas 10; nays 11 as follows; Yeas Messrs Auderson, Dudley, L'dmonston, Hall, Haiel, Joyce, Rheeu,Tynau, Walker, aud Wright 10. Nays Messrs. Ferguson, Hamilton, Herrel), Mead, Peugb.bimms, btewart, Talbert, White, Williams, and President Moore 11 HKFOBTSOr COMMITTRLS. Mr. Peugh, from tbe Committee on Improve ments. reported the bill (U A) maklug au ap propriation for the repair of tbe culvert on L street norm, ueiwceu inciuicii. auu ivtcuij first streets west. Passed Also, reported a bill to authorise the laying of a foot-iaaveinent oa S street north, between Sixth uuu tfiuiu streets west. 1'ussea Mr Rheem. from the Committee on Improve ments, reported adversely onlbe bill for airravcl footwalk on G street south, between Tenth aod Eleventh streets west. Rejected Also, reported bill to lay a Hag footway near the K street bridge. Passed. Also, a bin to set ine euro ana pave tne root way ou oo the north side of G street south, from tenia to cievcuiu street east i.ntu, Also, a bill authoiUlug tho curbstone to bo set and tho footways puved ou portions of north Capitol street leading to the Government printing office. Passed Also, bill authorlilnir the curbstones to bo sot and the footway paved on the west front of square No 3S3. Mr Peugh desired to offer an amendment to the bill, a&d wullutne aincnuniem was ueiog pre pared, on motion of Mr. Ferguson, at 10 o'clock m i minutes, the Board adjourned. The Cholera lu Hie ICnst We publish below an important dispatch addressed to the Secretary of State by K, Joy Morris, Minister Bosidont of tho Unitod States at Constantinople, relative to tho ruv- agos of the cholera In Turkey Leo mot or ujcitid stats-i or asm an a, I L'OX T A V TIN or Lk ( Hun II i Jl btcardtStcrttttrt?of Stutr bin I huo tho honor to acknowledge tho receipt of dispatch No. 00. I recret to be obliged to state that the cholera continues to extend its mages, not withstanding the efforts making by the ()o ernmont to arrest Hi progress. Whale. cr may be the opinion of medical men. It is evi dent that it is propagated by conUglon, as it fixed Itself In the locality whoro tho first deaths from an Egjptlan man-of-war took placo, and has thence gradually extendod It self o. er tho Christian quarter of Perj., nnd through otamboul, (Constantinople proper.) In tbe most Infected reel on, Cassim Tucbu. whoro It originally broke out a quarter in habited chiedy by workmen connected with the navy-yard, and situated In a low alley, encompassed by high hills, with imperfect dralnugo it has bocu very futal, having at tacked almost the entire population Such iiato uoon us ravages mere mat tne uoicrn tuent has ordered all the largo khans und buildings, occupied by many persons together, to bo vacated, and has provided tents fur them on the heights surrounding the city. Had proper ijuaruntlno measures been taken at first, (he Introduction of the chol era f.om Egypt might hae been pru.ented ii peoms to me. iron, our expericnco uero, that It will be advisable In the United States to guard against It by the mot rigid quar antine regulations. Otherwise, if It once enters the country, It will be fatal, in coiue- quenco oi tno great aestuuuon proraningin Virginia and other of tho Southern .Siuti' and of the diseases which always follow in tho train of war. Tho published number of doatbs per any now is nbout one hundred and sixty, bu thoy are known to largely exceed that num ber Tho wholo number of deaths from the origin of tho dIcaso to tho present time is about two thousand A D-roftt iinnlo i.rcvall among the popula tion, nnrtleulnrlv tho Christian portlonrorit. iui.1 nuoiilo aro fleeing by thousands 1ti everv .. ,- r- --- -.- - . - - 1. how- ted by great direction iroin tn cy- i uonou. m over, that tho sanitary measurel ndoptcd ibo (oriiuiont. and pursued with pr energy, will have the eQe9t sooner or later to arrest tho cpiuoiniq. With greul respect, yqUr ob't forv't, C. JOV M0UH13 I TOW HitTV XITThwit TTtiiM-i.. aa4, ".. M aLMsvmtiim A nfcUkWerai)TiB01a4ayteiepUd)by W. , JCratAVx? Ce., (le, til tutt street.) aiUiaraij U'eur sthssrlbers (ey'sarrlen) Uleexti-pirxMali. u ' McU sabeWrvUOO yf sunt W. 00 for six monks, aad fl. 00 tot tim nteatts, lavam air tn adraaee. "n i i Single eopUSf 8, Mala, uTR,Wi,!,tlT -Natioxal RirpitioA": iVpnb Md every Friday toornlogi One copy One year, 1X00; Three copies one year, f3.00; Ten copies quo year, Tl.0u. tl 1SX- T 33 Xi 33 Oil AI t' J Oevtrnor Itrssugh - Clevxlakd, August 23 Gov. Brourl la much worse, There Is no hope of his recov ery. Doalhay occur at any moment. A Chinese Ilebelllon It Hprcadaltaeir. KrwToftK, Aug, 28 The latest advices from China are to tho 224 of June1, The new rebellion Is spreading rapidly, And the rebels have advanced within a hundred miles of Pekln, whore they occupy a strong position. Tho authorities or Teklri have applied for British military officers to come to their re lief. Gen. Burgertne Is In the custody of tho Mandarins, who rcfuje to give htm up to tho demands of tho American consul. FrtedmesVa Afthlra In Sorth Carolina .New BrSiui.c. N. C, Aug. 35. At the meeting of magistrates tappolnt boards to register and administer the. amnesty oath to cltlxens of Harnett county, resolutions wero adopted acknowledging submission to the national authority: that the people of North Carolina desire civil government re-established as soon as possible rejoicing that peace has been restored to the conntrn an. provhig tho oOlcIal conduct of Oor. Holder,, and recommending Nellt McKay as a candi date for delegate to the convention. Colonel Whittlesey, Assistant Commissioner of the Freed men's Bureau at Raleigh, has found It necessary to Issue a circular to disabuse freedmen of the belief that they are to bo presented with farm by tho Government, and urging them to make contracts for labor, from tho proceeds of which they will be en abled to purchase farms. The Hii.nala.ui, ou the Chesapeake Haltimouk, Aug. 2(1 The collision which took place down tho Chesapcako Bay on Thursday night, between the steamer Sea Uull, from Now York for Baltimore, and the steamer Oeorgo Leary, of tho new Balttmoro and Norfolk and lUchmond line, was quite severe. The steamer (leorgo Leary was cut to tho water's edgo. She had ov er one hun dred passengers. The Sea (lull was not in jured The Leary was. by great cierllons, towoa into ratuxent river, where she niiea with water. Khe is valued at $200,000, but will, however, be saved, with serious Injury. The passengers were all taken on hoard the Sea (lull. Two negro hands, on the Leary had their legs broken; som oLhers wero In jured, but not seriously. This Is the second collision recently of n similar kind in the Chesapeake. hketinu or the pvssEsorns or the leap. v. FuitTKEss Motitui:, August 2(1 It has heretofore been stated that an accident hap pencd tu the George Lenry, nnd it mar now be stated that her passengers arrived here sately by tho steamer James T. Brady this morning A meeting of tbe passengers was held on the Brady this morning before landing. They passed resolutions exonerating tne captain and other otucers of the Leary from all blame, anu complimenting tnecitor their oooiness and good management In saving their lives and the vessel and the cargo. The cargo has boen forwarded to Its destination, nnd tho stoamor taken to Baltimore for repairs. An other steamer takes tho placo, temporarily, of tho Oeorgo Leary, Met or General Hospitals. Under Direction tf Surpeon R, 0. Aottf U S A , Medical Dirtctor Vrparlmmit of Wiuhinffton. 1. Armory Square. Washington. D. C. Seventh street west, between C and D streets south, In charge or burgeon D. W. Bliss. U. S. V. 2. Carver, Washington, D. C, Fourteenth street west, at terminus of city railroad, in charge of Surgeon 0 A. Judson, U S. V. i. Campbell, Washington, D. C, Seventh street wvst, at terminus of city railroad north. In charge of Surgeon A. F Sheldon, U. S V 4. Columbian, Washington, D C , Four teenth street west, at terminus tf city rail road, In charge of Surgeon T. IL Crosby, U. S. V. 5. Klcord, Washington, D. C, corner Fourteenth street and Massachusetts avenue, In charge of Surgeon C. W. Horner, U.S. V 6. Douglas, Washington, 1). C, corner ot I street and New Jenmy avenue. In charge of Assistant Surgeon Wn. Fr, Norrls, USA. ,. fcinory, v.asmngton, U, U., near Alms house, east of the Capitol, In charge of Sur geon N H. Moseley, U. S. V. 8, Fairfax -Seminary, Virginia, two miles bock of Alexandria, In charge of Surgeon David P. Smith. U. S. V. 9, Flnlcy, Washington, D. C, Kendall Oreon, Fourth street east, north of tho city, In charge of SurgoonQ. L. Pancoast, U, S. V. 10, Hirowoud, Washington, B. C, Cor coran's farm, Seventh street west, fn charge of Surgeon It H Ilontecoa. US V 11 Judiciary tS-iunre, Wushlnrtun, D, C Judiciary Square, B strcot north, between lourth und Filth streets west, in charge of Assistant Surgeon K Urlswold, U. S. V. 12. Knlorama, (small-pox,) Washington, D. C., Hock Creek, outlwentv-first street, In charge of Acting Assistant Surgeon B. J, Thouius, U. S. A. Id. Linculn. Washington. D. C. one mile east of tho Capitol, In chargo of Assistant Surgeon J. 0. McKee, U. S. A 14. .uoant Pleasant, Washington, l U, Fourteenth strcot, one half ml la beyond tho city limits, in charge ot Assistant Surgeon li. Alien, u. d. a. 15. Seminary. Georgetown. D C . corner of Washington and Gay streets, In charge of Surgeon H W Ducachet, U S. V IA. Stanton, Washington, 1. 0., I street and New Jersey avenue, iu charge of Sur geon Benjamin 13, vviUon, L s. v ii. oione, wnsnnigii-n, ' v,iuuuwu,u street, opposite Columl inn honrital, In charge of Assistant Surgeon P (llennan, U. 6. V 18. First Bivl-lon tleneril, Aloxandrla, Va., corner of Fairfm un I Camoron streets, In charge of Surgon K Bent Icy, U. B. V IV, Second lmtlon uenrrai, mexnuurio, Va., corner of Prince and Columbus streetr, In chargo of burgeon B. Bcntloy, U. S. V. 20. Third Division General, Alexandria, Va Wimhlnirtuu street, between Queen and Cameron streets, In charge of Surgeon K. Bentlcy, V 3 V. 21. Ausrur Uonoral Hospual, near Alex andria, iu chargo of Surgeon G.' L. Sutton, I! S V 22 Point Lookout General Hospital, Point Lookout, Maryland, in cnarge of Surgeon A. Jleger, u a, a. 2i guartermaatePi Hospital, K street north, belweerrjKorth Capitol and First streets, Dr. Lincoln In charge. 24. Quartermaster's Hospital, Cavalry Depot, Glesboro', L. 0. Orfwun, U. D , in fiharr km. C TniiMAf. the CorroiiiKndent of tbe New York 'iiw, while n a visit tu tho White House, tho other day, hud h $50 gold headed cano (a present from 11 C Milvel, of Loiilailllnl stolen .Mr TrUtUUIl SHYS that if any person Is AM t carry ft stolen tiiM, bo will be pronounced A'htn bold thief by Jitt. rjbody N Y CtnsrH.ilMj' ".?' ) MAMAiiKTZEkgivcjajtaijroofefhlsgood feeling to Mr Bennett, of the llerajd, that hedtft!utBkotoiechim"Inaboa.. '