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, t ta.Mbre .c. ..chich they aro directed, they are
they hare setlle.l the I.IIIR and trio etl
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441.30 IN Sll TI.I MTV.' WOOL
31ervary ok Noxious ',rugs.
t 11.1, Ut Nu CRANIJI, IN !NUN 11,.
ra511,111 ci thr. Wick or bluing, Strieturee, Palm; It,
kh, !AMOS, Allevuoue of the, Malay+ cud Bladder, °relict&
!loge, Zorvon, , Uccety of the Physic Pow.
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ia tylii t tw tu inkta, I •tegutir, Itw Z;pts, eoullaaOLl at aesat
t 01 Ow 111..trt, .t
• 3 lit or GhtdmeeN, la the Stoothob, Affection!
o) I tire a, Sr. se oi Aiii—tlion terrible abor
-1,,, r r ,„, the thaverenon Or Saila Y 11111blid
y ,11,,,11111 , m -t de:anionic prat:lane Mitch
•...,liton.dpo drinlily,reader marriage kupop.
end Lle,troy bulb body and MILO.
IV NG MEN
No IA 01101) Wi, have become the Vlol.llllllol
, t „ dream to and destructive habit Which
it> Lt. 4ill untimely, grave thtnniands ol
1111, Ml' nto , l exulted talent and brilliant ititel
hct, wee uu,oi otherwise have entranced hetet:deg
t u rho thunders of ologneuce, or waked to sae
ii,,•livn , g It TO, May cab wth full confidence.
si AltUlAt; E
t 1 ti or thus, cootemplatiftg nitirriage, Or
pitypiral weaknego, should lroutediatoly 11(111
,ull r Ilti raitored to perfeot health.
bAroinhately cured and full vigor restored
110 plsces lonamil under the cure of Dr. J., may
ocuilde in his honor as a gentleman, and coo,
• ro, rely upon his skill as a physician.
g g -dillce No. 7 South F. ederiuk street, Baltimore,
, eu the led triad side going from Baltimore street,
t , , , ., Ironi the corner. lie particular in observing the
.0,2 ..r number, or you will mistake the place. Be
fix' Ignorant, Trifling Quacks, with false names,
thinthug Carttlicates, attracted by the repute.
Or. Johneon, lurk near
moat caution a Postage Stamp, to use on tht
la..Lobuenol member or the Royal College et Burgeons,
',Ai], graduate from one of the meat eminent College.
Dulled :dates, sad the greatest part of whose hie
I ' , emu spout in Me Hospitals of London, Verbs, Phila.
10,141111 it'd elsewhere, has ellbotrul seine 01 the most us:
curets that were ever known. Stony troubled
• ringing to the oars and head when asleep, great ner•
I ALiems, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,
• frequeut blushing, attended sorootioloa with derange
mind wire cored Immediately.
TAKE I'AitTICULAR N(YLICK.
tu cove all those who having injured them
~ r v,.te and Improper indulgent:lee, that dome
obit which rules both body and wino, ui.
ilua4 :hem Am either business or society. •
'lt., are some of the sad and melancholy ed
doom by early habits of youth, I Wealigsise of the
and lArabs, hales In the Ilead, Dimueini ol sight,
of Nloseular Power, Palphatloa of the tietart,'Dyr
ioh,a, Nerveaulrrattlality, Derangement of the iligeettyr
.lour, lb:Elena lietatity, lityruptaatu.at Quieualp•
MINTALLY, the tearful etteetn on the mind are mush to
li r :Irtuletl :—Was of Memory, Confusion of ideas, Dt
mttmou of Sl ints , Lwll Forebodiugs, Aversion toeoair•
ty, Self-distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, am., are sow
nl the evil 'Sleets.
flanwauds at parsons of all agar, 01112 now lodge anal
If the, curie of their decline In health, losing their vigor,
hemming weak, pale, nervous and unseated, nave *
nugular appearance about tho eyes, cough, and symp
ins of consumption,
who have insured themselves by a certain practice, in
aolred tu when alone—a habit frequently learned troth
ova zompanious, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured, renders
marriage impossible, mid destroys both mind Red body.
should apply immediately,
What u pity that a young man, the bows of his won.
try, the darling el big memo, theuld be snatched trots
alt isreeperts and eujoyMente of life by the censeqllenee.
01 deV.ahee from the path of nature, and indulging in
herhan eeeret habit. Be meal's mot, before content
sibs:l MEd u snood , o'nd acid body aro the most become?,
frquirde: to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
without these, the journey through life becomes a wear)
~,Igrinutga; the prospect hourly darkens to the view; the
solid becomes shadowed with despair, uud ailed YAW the
ioulauchuly rellection that the happiness oI another be.
f,lllee blighted with our own
lilt. JOHNAUN'S INVIGURATiNG itirAIEDTUit Ur,
By this great and Important remedy, Weakness of till
are speedily cured, and full vigor reetnrod
ehoughtvis of the mast nervous and debilitated wk.
li loaf All hope, have been Immediately relieved. Ad
billot•011fli,13 in Marriage Physical or Mental Disquaillb
NnrYOUS, Trembling, Weakness or le:banshee or
ilia meet tearrui kind, speedily cured.
I•Ce litany thousands cured at this instiutiou within int
lam, twelve years, and the naratirous important :urgh S.
operst,,ns performed by Dr. .1., witnessed hy the re•
porter,. of the papers, and ninny other persons,
what appeared twain 11111 i agalu !more the pubis
I .ezities tianding as a gentleman it character and
opunsihilitg, is a 11 uillelent guarantee to the adlictod.
.01: - 4.d1:4.8 OF Aff'itUDENCE—When the rufsguidi d
nod imprudent votary ot pleasure untie he has imbibed
Inn seedy of this painful disease, it too often happen s that
an 111-tinted sense of shame or dread of discovery title',"
'dm from applying to those who, from eflueatiou and re •
vet:lability can moue befriend him, delaying till the WE
011(0111mal symptoms the' horrid disease make th,o
appearance, affecting the head, throat, nose, ak
prOgregill,g oat with frightftil rapidity, till dem b puts
period to its dread iul euiluriugs by rWiitilllJ, him to uttiet
Ileum) men wileliee HO traveler returns." It IS a mel
ineholy taut that thousands tail victims to this terrible
diselefe, owing to the uuskilluluess Of ignorant pretend
t•tb, who, by the use Of that it,indly poison, ntayeury, m
the e , nosieutlen anti make Me residue of lila unserabiL it
is Srasmosits.--The Doctor's Diplomas hang In Ma
Letter must enniate a Stamp tune on the reply
ihrltreiedies soul by AIM'.
*ArN , ,. 7 Smith Frederick street, Baltimore.
eyrl4 dew Ly
Foit RENT.—Th e large brick dwelling
.Copied by David Mumma jr. Esq., on
Tuird ,tteet Mai . ket, alai an odire euttaole for an
ware at the hotleitiottry's (mike. given tint of October next. b.:a-
Augb-dif. Wm. Mriceett..
F OR SALE.—One of
the best bsiness
Win& in the city ou re.Liontble formo, ou r
for three or five yea, rs t , tftetoti to Starket street between
Fourth non Enquire on the promises of
Fait SALE 1
A BUILDING LOT, situate in west liar•
risburg, fronting on Bro elstreot 20 tent, and mu
mug bnck 161 feet, more or lea, to a2O TOOL altey tu t
JOialog on one side the property of Mr. Bltmenettne.
For partieulara enquire of FRADERWIE tiGlinvFaßA
May 8, 1881.
oRA B CIDER 1 1 1--Strictly pare, spark
N.l hug auil sweet—bas received a Silver Medal or Di
p.otoaat r very State Agricultural Fair ethos 1858. For
ale by iell-d WM. DOOM k
L'itiONl FOR SALE.
Oue to Five Hundred Dollars
A. worth of CUT BONIX 'inquire of
C. U. ZIMMISRMAN,
No. 28 South Second trivet.:
IMPORTED BOLOGNA SAUSAGE.--A
Very rare lot just eaceivad awl for oak)by
WM. DOCK AL a 00 ••
`'\ 4_ 4 . /It /
• \ Aqui ,
' l % ) A ' . \\\ lllk 1 9-- C". 1: • •
4 k2 00
V:. 0 0
PROF. 0. J. WOOD'S
',rot Levis, what its name Indicates, for while pleas.
a. t to. the taste, it la levivifyiug, exhilarating and
strengiliening the Vital pewera. It also tOTI I / 2 /tesl. s k ) ,,
inalates and renown the Mood is all its orl,lnal panty
and thus restores and renders the system Invulnerable
atacke of diserse Is the only peparation ever
offend to the world in a popular term Bo r as to be within
ihe reach of all.
So coemically and ;411)1011y, combined, as to the mast
poweriul lotto, and ye; eo perfectly adapted so AS TO set
IN PICHFICt J.COORDANOW WITH ma LAWS OS NATOBIC, AND
MINIS 80011111 THE WII4KLEM STOMACH and Moe up the ot:
Restive oilcans, and allay all nervous Irritation. Itia she
perfectly exhilarating in its effects, and yet it is never
ffillowed by laSsilde r depression of spirits his com
posed entirely of vegetables, and those Moran& com
bining powerful tonic and soothing peel/irides, and con
s quently can never injure. An a sure preventive and
CONSUEPTION,IIIHINCIIITD3, riaLiNgerlON, DYS
PENIA, Was OF APPETITE, FAINTNEM, NER
VOUS IRRITABILITY, NEURALGIA, PALPITA.
'EON IMF THE aseßr, MELANCHOLY, HYPO
CHONDRIA, NIGHT SWEATS, LANGUOR,
°IMAGERS, AND ALL THAT OLA--8 OF
CAMS 50 FEARFULLY FATAL CALLED
FEMALE VirEAEMESS, AN, ,
THERE IS NOTHING ITS EQUAL
Also, Liver Derangenients or Torpidity, and Liver oem•
plaints, Diseases of the Kidney, or any genera/ derange.
meat of the Urinary organs
It will not only cure the debility follartng CHILLS and
FEVER, but all prevent attacks arising front Miasmatic
influences, and cure the diseases at onoe, if already at
Travelers shou'd have a bottle with them, as it will
infallibly prevent any deleterious consequences follow
tog upon change of climate and water.
As it prevents costiveness, strengthens the digestive
organs, it should be in the hands tif all pentode of seden
Ladles not accustomed to much out-door exercise
should always use it
Mothers should use it, fir It is a perfect relief, taken
a month or two before the final trial, she will pass the
dreadful period with perfect ease and safety.
TIMMY IS NO misrArs ABOUT IT.
THE CORDIAL 18 ALL WE pun& FOB IT I I I
Mothers Try It II
And to you we appeal, to detect the illness or decline
out only of your daugters before it be too late ' but also
your sons and husbands, for while the former from false
delicacy, often go down to a. premiture grave, rather
thin let their (rendition be known in tune tho latter are
often so mixed up with the excitement of business, that
if it were not for you, they too, would travel In the Pair
downward path, until it is too late to arrest their fatal
fall. But the mother is always vigilant, and to you we
confidently appeal ; for we are sure your never 4siling
affection will unerringly point you to PROF. WOOD'S
RBSTORATIVD CORDIAL AND BLOOD RENtiVATDR as
the remedy which should always be on hand in time of
0. J. WOOD, Proprietor, 444 Broadway, New York, and
114 Market Street, et. Louis, Mo., and sold - by all good
Druggists. Price One 1 o tar ;er Bottle.
itIRS. WINSLOW ,
&a ozperientied Nurse and Irtddide - Physician, preload, So
the Mutation of manors tiL
SOOTHING S fRUP
For Chli then - Teething
whine greatly faellitates the .procees of Mething, by eon
awn the gums,teduksing ail Whimmallaal—will alley ALL
PAIN, and spasmodic notion. and la
SURE TO REGULATE THE sols7iLti.
Depend upon it, mothearrss,, 11; will pr. Mitt, yourselves
AND, — !RE ,M 0 AND H YOUR INV ANTI;
We have put up end sold this sends Jar ,over tee
years, and Oil PAY, re 0114111DRIPON AID nun, what we
have never been able to ft/ CI any other nietheine—
Minn Ha 11' tom IN A RIMER INSTANOR 10
IfiTKOT A DURK, when thobtrueed, . Never did we
know an balance of Almatisthollon by any oatto who, and
It. Un the contrary, are delighted with its Opera.
Bona, and speak In terma of highest oonuaendatlon
rte magical erects and walked virtues. We Tali it
ibis matter "WHAT ern Dc scow, atter ten years expo
Hence, ADD MIMI OUR virtrrAni 101 ON IOI.IIWIDDI
OP 'WHAT WI 'HUN DOClalla. in DIPDOII3 every iIIIPSZOO
where the indent Li suffering hom pain and ashamaloa, re.
lief will be found In fliteso or twenty minutes after the
syrup is administered
This valuable preparation Is the rmortptan at one
at the most IatIWIRWJED and SKILLFUL NUMMI In
New England, and but been used with RIIVII mime
• M '•
it not only relieves the ahUd from pain, out tovig.
oratm the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and
gives tone and energy to the whole 'Vain. It will si•
most instantly repave
MING 1N Tall BOWELS, AND WIND COLIC,
.nd overcome convulskros, which II not speed ly reMtk
died, end in death. We believe It the user an scum
%WM - Is us moan, Is all calm of DYSENTERY AND
r/LA lat.N..it IN (1131LINIEN, whether It arises tram
teething or *eau any othhr cause. Lillie would say to
every mother who has a child suffering from any of the
roregoini oomplolato-po ,spur ate 'mut nanateun t Sea
en ?MIMIC= Cl.l onus, stand between you arid your
child' trid the' that that wij1.00.4141.-yee, AD.
B,II.OTNLT SlNNS—toYoNeni the' WM ethill Amedloine,
it timely used. Full direction* Air using will accompany
.3sch bottle. None genuine nukes the taardmile of
COLITIS & I tRICINS,New York', la on the outside wrapper.
Sold by nubs!" throughout the weed
'rinelpal'use, No. lit Cedar St., New Teri.
Place ibilt SIVS: Gnats war Bottle
sfarror Bop airrisburg by 9. W. Gross & Co., No
19 Morkot, street, 4.lllutta Lout, No. 22 Market street, 0
K. Haller, No. 91, Markel dm; Woo Va..tli and ••
Mlles, LIS allokeit wink
1861. 30 OPENING 30 OPENING 1861,
SUMMER DRESS GOODS
OP MU DEICIRIMPI.
The quality of the goods for the price will be an induce
went to every one to purchase.
The Most desirable goodstot the sewn it a gnat
LAWNS and LAVELLAE
are among the Us r
CATHCART ai BROTHER.
Next lour to the Harrisburg Bank.
The largest:stookat the very beat make to be found
est door to the Harrisburg Bank.
PaTI SObi sun Umbrellas and Umbrellas
Twenty-flve per cm lower than can be porithaied
laewhere ie the city.
%MOM' & BROTH:BR.
my Se N 0.14, Market Squa t, Next to the Harrisburg
tirrt,„ BARRELS. —Two Hundrod
DIAPO L Ftdar, a gg e ' r .o d wive All do
• "INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS-NEUTRAL IN NONE
HARRISBURG, PA MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 26, 1861
u. ill. v , rooo & do.,
D W. GROSS & CO.,
WHOLE *L AND HBTAIL
DRU GG ISTS,
MA,RKET ST WEEIT
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE•
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
We are , daily adding to our assortment of
goods all each articles as are desirable, and
,call your atmtion to the
largest and beet Related stock in this city, of
DRUGS, MEMO & PAINTS,
011ie, varnishes and Moak
DYe..9 tuffs, Glaj and Putty,
arUst Volors and Tools.
pure Ground Spices,
Burning Fluid and Alcohol,.
Laed Sp!raiand pine OLL,
Border. Vials and La.op Globes,
Castile Soap, Sponges and Corks,
dm., &a., Bte , &a., die., age
With a general variety of
PERYTIELEILY & TOILET ARTICLES,
selected from the best manufacturer's and Per
fumers of Europe and this country.
Being very large dealers in
PAINTS, wining LEAD,
IaNSKED Olt VARNISHES,
WINDOW GLASS AllTUirli
COLORS, PAINT AND
IN ALL THEIR VAILMTDCS,
COLORS AND BRONZES
OF ALL KINDS,
00 D \ , ,c, P 'F , ...,= r - -... 4 .,; p
SSA • Pip
We respeetfully Invite a call, 'foaling, coral
dent that we can supply the wants of all on
terms to-their eatisfaation.
TEETH I TEETH I I
JONWS AND •AIintS'SPORONLAIN MM*
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
Of all kinds, .direct from the Proptletore.
Saponifier and Concentrated Lye
Wholesale Agents for tkponifler, which we sel
as low as it can be purchased In the-clties.
fiIAYER'S MEDICAL FLUID mitaars,
COAL OIL OARBO.N oar!
Being large purchasers In these Oils, we eau
oiler inducements to elite buyers. Coal On
Lampe of the moat improved patterns, very
cheep. All kinds of lamps clanged to burn
FARMERS AND GRAZIERS,
ow of you who have not given our HOME
AND CATTLE POWDERS a trial know not
thezr suporkg apdlirn arlynattgethez
in keeping Horses and Cattle healthy and in
g )od condition.
Thousand's' dm testify to the profit they haye
derived from, UM use of oar Cattle r,nndaia,l /
the Increasing 'quantity..mktllty of rola,
beeidee geneXal health and ap
pearance of their Cattle.
Our long ix pi:lance in the inteinetlt Ova U 8
the advantage of a thorough,imprle*# the
trade, and our arrangements in the cities are
Bach that we ma In Avery short time Walsh
anything appiortaiding to our nosiness, au the
beat of terms.
Tha l A ful f t a the Rerel Pao ol3 ,ool!** o wP il
on oar house, we hope by strict attention to
bonnet" careful selsotion of
at fair 144004 and the 6 0Ft
mutt sixmigooonoe of the a (Wm"
itr& QM NUE
TO AND VAOM
Gkmds Ordered in the
- the same Night.
Leave New York at n P. Di., by the Fast
Tbionigh Express Train, arriving in Harrisburg
at )3 1.
WITHOUT ORANGE OF OARS.
Order Goode marked
-via , HOPE EXPRESS .CO,,
General Office, 74 Broadway, New York
B raz oi • 42 /I tt
' For further information enquire of
• GEO. BERGNER, Agent.
Iputussim, Aug. 11361.-da
3011tX 13. ordlTErs
0007. Sz SHOE STORE,
coma. acoND AND PiraLSILIT.SI 4 6.,
• Earrtsburg, P.
4 fit t : wit.v . s on Gaud - star ge assortment ot
HOOTS, =Op, osmots, Ea., of the very beet
v 'thr ladlek`gedtlemen, Lad Wakens'
to-tattaboalawal , ;LIIRRada of WORK MADE TO
-0 'SR tat* bast woo brmaperlor workmen
*MG dope atiagrt aiLkwa
7n.air — ' - .TOXIN B. BKITEI, garrlaburo
-V44'l "Tc: 41.1
16411ers tina mon vera Wood'
1. a, ' obi onzaNtrr
.gxEcint kiuds .of Wood . Engraving
with beauty, accreatheas and dispatoe. (MOW
thigus Dindsheo for Bine Book Illaaerationit. Persons
*Wang 001 a, by sending lePhotopapb or Dog terreot ,
Sin heel, ..witotre• of Obliegetu Charoles,. -13nwr rttr ts,
Illsobines, Moves, Patents, din., engraved as well on per.
sonal applieation. , . •
_llraney Ithveloped, Labels, Bill Beadinge, ow nil le,
Visiting, Business and other' Card*, ellgtuvve m the
Mghese style of art, an& at the lowest.prieno
for specimens of One engraving, the the 'nonrated
of J. 'B. - Lippincott, At Co., B. IL Butler &(o.
JOHN wmamit, JR,, Agt.
fis4.()llB. A.ND MERMIANDD3E promptly
forwarded by Pbtladelptda and Reading, Northern
- ,Cumberland Talley and Pennsylvania kallreode
14131.10 AND ORATING to and from all parts ol- the
' In tki` different *tread depots will be done at the
Mary lonustentriv , : .
mina's gemoviag will bcpromptly attended to.
t 01.p.ort ai,DranVeloxopean Hotel, or at the store
et a a zoninor *IW regain prompt attention. Con-
Allgorients of freight respeatfilly sollotted.
JOHN WALLOWXIt JR., Agt.,
Office Beading Depot.
WHE ANTEN'iIiDI_OI O . * GENTLEMEN
solkited tn. oar you Lugo assortment 0r ...-
II ipuoionitir mitt 'mond, at everystso ouorqualoy.
tilionCiouraritib AtioniN bast artMle manufacture&
i Allths dilbrent
ant kinds of Antrim Gums.
lenSent asamnia offlosmar the-city.
. trazgrawas, Eratrizecatere, Rawly Hem= ed
i everythini bieents' wear, at
• • CATHCART'S,
to v tike ElarriAburg- flank
asous, 61141138 OOPS -
ea Pisa' anal,
. ' Massow Fat 13/U311%
. • - . WHOM Pauli Igo , 41K:
Jost received and retails at lbw taw= caw saline
MAMAS 1 !
uncritst . A. l + l ll o o4dtkOM4l4l7:,o4mploto *oak of
. • CONEWSWG EVERYEVERYVARIKIT
!kortaal 4, aum Pa** to 114 lig:gost sized and duos
Bu Jut 'hem purobseed anCreoetved from the Pal
Pura.* Ullhotta .
theybe molt at warynail advance.
Pkile Pa and WPM* gle frtock,
BARONEWB GAUP ROOKSTORE,
; a ma. eget street.
• 1 , 744043 rpAcie !
lima Apia With
laitkmal dodos, LETTER :401M with a VW ,
OW d late $I
ACHINER i FOR SCREW ti TEA M
Sousse or Coastal:forms. 1
'LIEALED PROPOSALS will be received by this
Bureau-until 4 o'clock, the sth of Septem
ber, IBM, for the construction of the Machinery
of the United States, screw steam sloops
" OSSIPEE, " at the Kittery Navy Yard ;
"HOUSATONIC," at the Charleston Navy Yard;
'AMMON DECK,' at the New York Navy Yard,
and " iJNIA lit," at the Philadelphia Navy
Yard. ,„ •
rheas proweig Must be endorsed "Proposals
for Machinery of Screw Steam- Sloops,' that
they may be distinguished from other business
letters. No proposals will be considered except
-from proprietors of marine engine building ea
tablit-hment and the reputation of those which
have constructed successful machinery of this
character will have the weight to which it is
entitled. Establishments not known to the
Navy Department as builders of marine engines
will, if they propose, be required to furnish sat:
isfactory evidence of their experience and ability.
Parties desiring to make bona fide propositions
will receive, on application to the Bateau, a
copy of the Specifications of the work to be
done, and of the Contract under the picirisioni
of which they will be required to execute it.
Drawings can be seen at the office of the En
gineer-in -Chief, and, if convenient, photcgra
phic copies of the same will be sent with the
The propusals must be for the machinery of
each vessel separately, with a statement.
Ist. Of the number of vessels for which the
bidders desire to construct macninery, leaving
to the Department the right of selection. This
is preferrt.d, though a bid for a special yes,'
will be considexed.
2. Of the sum for each vessel by name tor
which the entire work will be completed agree
ably to the specificAtions, drawings and son
3. Of the number of consecutive days from
date of notification of acceptance of contract
within which the bidder will contract to 'com
plete the machinery on board and ready for sea
service, provided the - vessel be placed at his
command within a certain number of consecu
tive days from the date of said notification,
which number he will state in the proposal.
4. The bidder will state, in the event of the
vessel not being placed at his command within
the stipulated time from the date of notification
of acceptance of contract, the number of con
secutive days within which he will contract to
camplete the machinery on board ready for sea
service from the date he shall be notified that
the vessel is at hie command.
The "Osumi" and the "ROUSATON/0" arh, to
have fixed screws. The "Ana Macs" and
the "Jtatitat" am to have hoist`up screws.
The payments will be made at four different
intervals as the *ark prograssat---orwilith of
the total amount at each payment, the last fifth
being reserved for four months after the trial
trip in order to make good any defects that
may be discovered during that time.
An ample guarantee will be inserted in the
contract tor the successful fulfilment of all its
conditions, and a forfeiture will be required for
delay in completion.
No proposal can be considered unless accom
panied by a written guarantee, signed by two
responsible persons, to the effect that they un
dertake the bidder shall, if his offer be accepted,
enter into contract with good and sufficient
sureties for its completion.
Two or more sureties in a sum equal to the
amount of the contract will be required to sign
it, and their responsibility must be certified by
a United States District Judge, District Attor
ney, Collector or Navy Agent.
Bidders whose proposals shall be accepted,
and none others, will be notified, and as early
as practicable a contract will be transmitted to
them, dated two days after the notification.
The Department reserves the right to accept
the propositions made in confonnity with the
conditions prescribed which Shall be considerid
most to the interest of the' government, and
combine the greatest number of advantages,
and to reject any or all of them, at its option.
FORM OF OMR.
I (or we) , of , State of
hereby agree to construct the machinery for
(name the number) United States screw steam
sloops, in conformity with the provisions and
terms of the advertisement of August Bth, 1861,
by the Navy Department, and hereunto appeud
ed, and for prices and within the times as
1 For the machinery-of the (name the vessel)
the price to be (name the sum) dollars.
The total time o 1 completion to be (name the
number of consecutive days) from two days
after the notification of acceptance has been
made by the Bureau, provided the vessel be
placed at my (or our) disposal within (name the
number of consecutive days) from the same
If the vessel not be placed at our dis
posal within the time stipulated, then the time
of completion to be (name the number of days)
from the date of the notification that the vessel
is placed at our disposal.
' Nor e--Itepeat
_the last three paragraphs for the
Other three veseds.
Should my (or our) proposal be accepted, I
(or we) reqUest to be informed at --, and
that the contract may be forwarded to
for signatures and certificates.
FORM OF GUARANTEE.
We; the undersigned, residents of—, in the
State of—, hereby jointly and severally cov
enant with the United States and guarantee
that hi case the foregoing proposal be accepted,
-- will within ten days after the receipt of
the contract at execute the same, with
good and sufficient sureties, for the construc
tion of machinery proposed in compliance with
the terms of the advertisement of August 18th,
1851, hereunto appended and under which it
was made ; and in case the said shall fail
to enter into the contract aforesaid, we guaran
tee to make good the difference between the
offer of the said and that which may be
I hereby , certify that to the best of my know]
edge and belief the above-named guarantors
and are good and sufficient.
(Signature.) G. H.
lb be signed by the United States District Judge,
United States District Attorney, Orliecior, it Navy ,
Agent. ' • angl3-la4w.
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ed to execute JOB add Bioll PRINTING of every descrip
tion, cheaper Gum done ai say other establish
ment In the country.
RA I uF ADVERTHING.
lines or lets constitute one.halfraSuare. light
nee or more than Con' consti urea square.
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one week 100
one month 2 00
three months .......... ~...... 3 00
six months 5 00
one year............ 5 DO
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Sir Blaine:lS notices Inserted in the Local ebiteens, or
before Mantes and Deaths, MVP: ebb:TS PER LINE for
Sir Marrges end Deaths to be charged as rtgloar ad
Disturbance at Cumberland, Md,
Destruction of Another Rebel News
Attempt to Threw a Railroad Train off
Last evening, while Gov. Thomas was ad
dressing a crowd in front of a lotel at Cumber
land, some secessionists raised a disturtalute,
which resulted in their being . driven howe,s4
the destruction of the Aiteckinum office, a sebeal
This morning's train bound west, which had
Gov. Thomas aboard, when about eight miles
this ride of Cumberland, came sudden y on
several cross ties thrown amass the track, and
at the same time a large number of armed men
-were seen rapidly descending a neighboring hill.
The engineer increased the speed of the loco
motive, and succeeded in throwing the ties off
of . the track with but little damage to the en
gine. Several shots were fierdat the train, but
without effect. The design was evidently to
take Gov. Thomas prisoner.
RIOT AT NEW FAIRFAX, CONN,
RAISING OF A PEACE FLAG.
TWO LIEN SERIOUSLY WOUNDED
At the raising of a peace flag at New Fairfax
to-day about four hundred were present, and
an attempt to run up the stars and stripes suc
veasfully resisted and resulted in a fight.
Two peace men, Wildman and Gorham, were
seriously wounded. One it is thought fatally
Shovels, piokaxes, clubs and stones were freely
used but no fire arms. But about seventy
Unionists were present. The peace flag is flying
amidst great excitement.
The two men wounded in the disturbance are
still alive. There were only about 300• people
at the meeting. The peace flag is still flying.
No fighting was anticipated. The police have
made no arrests.
INDUCING U. S. OFEWINS TO JOIN THE
August Douglass, the man ameeted at the
St. Louis Hotel, on the charge of a high misde
meanor in endeavoring to induce an officer in
the service of the United States to desert and
take part with the rebels, had a hearing on a
writ of habeas corpus.
Mayor Henry, who committed the prisoner for
trial, required $6,000 bail, and the .object- of
the writ was to decrease the bail.
Under the Act of Assembly, the prisoner if
convicted, is liable to an imprisonment not to
exceed ten years, and a fine not to exceed
FROM FORTRESS N ONROB.
Fornuss ktoNsoz, Aug. 24.
The steamer Quaker City has been purchased
by the government, an d after undergoing re
pairs at Old Point will resume her position off
The sloop-of-war Savannah is at Newport
Nowa blockading the mouth.of James river.—
The steamer Pembroke has arrived from Boston
and will at once take part in the blockade.
The twenty-three rebel prisoners arrived from
Baltimore will not be sent to Norfolk under a
flag of truce before Tuesday.
EXCITMENT AT WILMINGTON, DEL.
WILMINGTON, Del., Aug. 24.
There is much excitement in the citm owing
to the office of the Gantree, a secession Joulnd,
being threatened with destruction, oning,to
frequent and long continued strictnrea on the
first Delaware regiment, and in opposition to
the course pursued by the Government in the
maintenance of the Union. The Mayor and
Police are on the ground. The Mayor has har
angued the crowd with but little effect.
WAR MEETING AT CAMDEN, MAINE.
CAMDEN, Ms., Aug. AL
An enthusiastic meeting was held,here yea
terday, of people in favor of a vigorous prose
cation of the war. Strong speeches were =made
both by prominent Democrats' and .Beigibucana
to over 8,000 persons who had aastunbied.
SUSPENSION OF THE MEN TON TRUE
The True American, the Democratic organ of
the State, suspended publication this uunnihg,
and gives as a reason that the Governmentlias
Virtually interdicted the publication of every
paper that does not support the Mrednistintipn.
The paper is one of the oldest and inostilioa
perms in the State.,
. . .
A LARGE TWO—STORY BRICK ROUSE
Li_ and lot of grouad, pleasantly looate ott Front ht.,
between Mulberry street-and Waabington Avenue.
Also TWO LARGE PIANOS In good oundllion and of ba
ceffent tone. Apply to .
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iIT HITE SULPHUR SPRINGS ROM;
pri T eL IT= c ilin?*:11:::L 1 1.1 1
preparattoveoelve vieltofo. Pomona d b healthy
motion for the ounuser w il l had thts ooh of . 4.
Ughtfol Name to tbe country. The wateeof '
cannot be eurpissed ~...-
M I MI*. /111 1 11 ftr,MANI g uittAirealere
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Guarrox, Va , Aug. 24. -•
DALVEURY, Conn , Aug. 24
DANBURY, Aug. 24 -10 P. M
PHTLA.DICIMHIA, Aug. 26
TaxarroN, N. J., Aug. 24.
City Property for WT
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