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DR. M: TGLtNT'S TrWata rfolpltsl, In tUe
Federal Block, corner ofttereaib and F streets,
opposite too Foat and Patent, Offices. Room!
23 and 24, np stairs, Washington, D. C.
All diseases bf a private nature treated Inlhe
mtut eclentlflo manner, and radical curct ef
fected In all cam. srpmtlTIO AFFEC
TIONS, ooxosnmBAf gleet, STRICT
URES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, or (he result
of TOLUFTUOUSDRKAiL, or any weak
ox of the OENERATI7E ORGANS from anjr
cant whatever, or 'bow lonf (landing, thor
ooghlj and radically, rnred) alto OOUT,
RBEUitATISM, NEURALGIA, and other
CBRONIC DISEASES oWtit NER TES, JIUS
OLES, RONES and jdlNTS, SCROFULA,
BLOTCHES on the FACE, ERUPTIONS on
Iht LIMBS mi .BODf.kndall other ERUP
TIVE DISEASES and ' DISEASES of the
BLOOD, from ieKttntr cituh thty may fiat
akkMui-kd ANjt ja"POttrOTi:
No matter rhat yonr disease, let no. false del
leacy prevent you from applying Immediately
loDr. Velio, "who it acknowledged to be by
far'fche moslBnCCESBFULPHTSICIAIf In the
treatment of prlratedlseasea. Fear not to come
and mako known your misfortunes and he will
spcedtfy tend yon oa jonrwayjejolclng.
That dreadful scourge of the young, indulged
,ln yhen alone, d destroya Jhe generative
organs, nnOta you for married life, producing
weakness of the back and limbs, loss of anima
tion and mnscnlar power, palpitation of the
heart, nervous Irritability, loss of memorymel
ancholy habits, Insanity, consumption, and
YOUNG MAN 1 In view of the dreadful con
secmences of delay, do not fall to make yonr
case known, Immediately, to Dr. Vellny. Your
secrets with him' are sacred, and you may con
fidently rely upon his medical skill.
Thousands whose systems were shattered and
who were on the brink of the grave, have been
brought back to Tlgorons health by his skilful
Married person, or those contemplstlng
matrimony, who suspect themselves of lmpo
tency, seminal weakness, or any disease arising
from a relaxed state of the genital organs,
whether the resnlt of disease, Injury, youthful
Indiscretions, or Indulgence of the passions In
riper years, are earnestly entreated to place
themselves under the care of Dr. V. They may
rely with certalstynponaspeedycnre.andnp-
on being restored to full health and vigor.
lie treats with entire success all diseases ol
females, such as LEUCOItRUEAot WHITES,
LAPSUS UTERI, fcc, Ac, and In every case
guarantees a perfect CURE.
FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMU
NICATIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFI
DENTIAL. PmsoNs calling see no one bnt the Doctor.
Those at a distance may be treated by mail,
by sending a STATEMENT of CASE, Ac, Ac.
Jjr 3 Am
A FllIKND IN DIKED. TIIV IT.
Dn. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINfMPNl
The great external remedy of the age. prepared
from the rwip" of Dr. Stephen Sweet, ot Connecti
cut, the celebrated bone tetter,, whose fame Is un
rivaled br that of anrllrlnir man. It la eortitn
and Immediate cure for Rheumatism, Gout, lSeu
ralgl, Sprains, Bruises, Cuts, Uounds, bores,
Bums, Scalds, PUes, Lumbago, Headache. Tooth-
ici aui mii j.uuiUBio mim ftfwout uitorueru.
at. Ml CI Ufll AUJUIisTB, 45H--.
All suUercr should rive li a trial.
RICHARDSON .&. CO , Proprietors,
For sal by CHARLES STOTT, General Agent
for Washington, and by all dealers.
ANTI-RHEUMATIC BAND I
iwicumaiis-m in us various lorms,
GOUT and NEURALGIA,
STIFFNESS and NERVOUS AFFECTIONS,
IMPURITIES of the BLOOD,
And the evil FffVcts of Mmury
It Is a coot enlently arranged Band or Belt, cun-
inimugnniaiaiieucmpounu, TO ueWOM Hround
the body, about the waist, CQVAur ArrrcTiNU
ali. rAmi, wuerrrrr ine disease may De, and can
be wont without Injury to the most delicate per
son. By this treatment, the jnedMnal properties con
tained In the Band, being of a highly aromatic and
volatile nature, and capable of being readllj at
sorbed through the pore of the skin, come Into
direct contact with the Blood and general circula
tion, without first passing through the prmess of
digestion, which would tend, not only to detract
from their curat h e powers, but to Impair the In
ternal organs and derange the digestion also thus
avoiding the Injurious effects, so often the result
of Internal remedies, and effecting a perfect cure,
by purifying and equalizing the circulation of the
vital fluids, and restoring the parts affected to a
healthy condition. This Band is also a most pow
erful "Aati-MeKurlal Agent,' and will entirely
relieve the system from its pernicious effects.
Moderate oaae are cured In a few day, and we
are constantly receiving undoubted testimonials
to which we invite inspection at our office of
their efficacy In aggravated case of long standing.
PaiCE, Two Dolxau Sent by mall upon receipt
of S2, or by express everywhere, with all necessa
ry Instrucuonsi from the principal office of
G. SMITH CO .Proprietors,
, 1 Broadway, New York.
N. B. Descriptive circulars sent free.
E-This Band will not Interfere with the sol-'
dlers duties. no 16 ly
BO SWELL'S MEDICATKD
.. COUGH CANDY
And all incipient ttagti of Consumption. 1
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
O. BOSWELI Druggist, ,
Cor. Maryland avenue ami Seventh st ,
And z. D. GILMAN,
Prnn avenue, near Browns' Hotel
Charles Allen, w, B. Entwlsle,
?& John R. Major,'
L.M. Smith, b C. Major.
If. II. MePherson, j, w, Nairn.
??& J D O'Donnel,
J.P,MUbiirn, j f. Dawson,
Charles Stott, d. g. Ridgel) .
In Georgetown by Kldwetl, Sothoron. Sclssell. I
and Barnard. '
And by Druggist and Sutlers generally
Jan 16 ' t
NAVY AGENT'S OFFICE,
Washington, Nq , u, ittci,
PnoroiAL will be received at this office, until
Monday, the first of December next, at 3 o'clock
p. to , for two hundred and ten thousand (210,000)
yards of Whit Cartridge Cloth, In width and pro
portions, a follows, viz.
iv,uw yams, 19 incnei wiae
201 41 M
so .. M
1 3 u u
To be delivered at the Naiy lard, In this city
free of cost to the Government for freight or trans'
portatlon. H p flROWN,
novlB-dll ttny Agrnt
"V" TICE-The Mercantilo Bank, formrrh dt
XI log business at 223 PennsyU anla a enue. bai -log
this day closed and ceased to exist, all its bills
of Issue outstanding will be redeemed, on present
ation, by Justlco Ilaiard, at his office, ?27 Prnnsyl-
anla at enue, . j,
S. HOWARD COCHRAN,
Waihihotoii, D. C , " rreildent
" November 10. J863, noy 20 Iw'
-nai.TIMOIt AND OHIO KAimOAIV
TUB rASSENOFR TRAINS
WASHINGTON, DAtTIMORK.AND THE, WEST
will run ss follows
n-. lm,l Trains fo JI'iKAIiurfon otul Iht Weit,
7V Uitlu Tratru txtmen Wash'n and Iht Wftt.
On Sniutoyl, lr Iran fo'SaWewrjaai out to Hit
en as loiiowsi iwa.mi u i-
ruieonn for the est make close connection
and Ohio railroad, tot all point West, itkwnntt
ylor Philadelphia and A'w rorib Leave Washington
it 8 a. m , 11 a. m , and Op. m.
r.4nwdt-Lev Washington it.m and
AJOp.m. POINTS YtZST.
and statloosalongthe Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
let re Washington at and 7 40 a. m., and p.
m 1 andonTSnhdays ittwp.n.
TRAINS MOVING SOUTH
Leave NeWrork at 7 . ra , Philadelphia at 11.30
a, to , Baltimore at S 44 p. m. Arrlre at Washing-
Leave New l ork at 6 p. m T Philadelphia at 10 60
fi m.. Baltimore at 4.30 a. tn. Arrlre at Washing
on at 6.W a. m.
Leave New ork at 11 p. m., Philadelphia at t.30
a. m , Baltimore at 7 40 a. m. Arrlre at Washlng
ton at 23 a. m.
Local Accommodation Train les , e Baltimore at
10 a. m. and B.10 p.m . for Washington) arrive there
at 1 a. m and 7 p.m.
On Sundar at 4 30 and 7 40 a. m , onlr, from Bal
timore. . . ,
Ua Aonnpolli connection! on Sunday from Balti
more or Washington.
raisenjrert learlnf Washington at 6 and 7 40 a m.
and 3 p. m., make eonnedlona at Washington Junc
tion (Relay) with trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad, for ail points west of the Ohio river and
for all points along the line of the Baltimore and
Ohio road, la Maryland and Virginia.
Trains lears Annapolis for Baltimore and With
tngton dallj-,except Sundays, at 0 43 a. m , and 1 40
Passenger Trains learlng Washington at f a. m .
11 a. m , and 0 p. m , and Baltimore at 4M and 7 40
a m. and 3.00 p. m . stop only at Annapolis and
Way Pauengers must take the Accommodation
Trains only. W. P. SMITH, "
nor 17 Master of Transportation.
ADAMS BXPRJEBS COMPABTT,
Oflce 514 Peaus. arinai,
WathingUm City, D. C.
GBEAT EAJSTERN. NORTHERN, aicd WEST-
ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS.
Merehavndlaef Home y, Jerelry, Valttablea,
ITotes. Stock. Bond. jfcc
Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all
accessible sections of the country. This Company
has Agencies in the principal railway towns in the
Its Tjrlncloal offices are
mSniXGTON.Zf. C..X. yoiuzbostox,
nilbLVEUrillA. UAL. A IJl UKH. UJA -
OLVXATL ST. LOUIS, LOUIS
Connections are made at New York and Boston
with lines forwarding to the Canadas and the
British Provinces, and with steamship line to Liv
erpool, Koutnampion, ana Havre, ana inence dt
European expresses to all prominent commercial
towns In Great Britain and on the Continent.
Collection of Notes, Drafts, and Bill made at all
accessible psrts or the united state.
C C. DUNN, Agent,
'Je 17 Washington, D C.
r n, somer,
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS AND CLAIMS.
Bounties, Pensions, Back Pay, Olflcera'
i.eenuun;, ana au otncrjnst tiuni,
against tha Gorerntnent.
OFFICE No. 4CSEVENTH STREET,
WAlHiaOTOH. D. C.
And Xo. 3 Park Place, corntr of Broadway,
eppotite City Hall, Xew York.
Itefer. br mrmlulon. to
lions Hannlbsl Hamlin, Mce President, Met
Martin Kalbflrlsch. Mavor Clrr of Brook! rn 1 AbU
i.a. a.7' .. : .. 'w. a. :i.. ..m. r :.-
jku iinuu, r jiew ior. iii) i uuu n. uuuuwiu,
n, l. , Die 1 mamas &i. awara, in. -. 1. n.j to-
wara ji jtoiimi, iu. w. , n, 111 ajciu 11. tucc, n
C. Mm 1 John B Aller. M. C . Mass t Alfred A,
Burnfaam, iM. C Conn.j Dwlght Loomis, M. C,
Conn 1 John A. Giirlej, Ma V., Ohio t James M.
Ashler, M. a, Ohloi Money Edgerton,M. C, Ohio)
John llutchlns, M. C, Ohio, John Corode, M. C,
Pi 1 Robert McKnlght, M. C, Pa J Justin S. Mor
rill, M C, t jJolin V. Potter, M C, Ul j Z.
Chandler, M C, Mich,) James H. Lane. M. C,
KansM Cyrus AldrlchM. C , Minn J Wm. Kel
loejr. M C . Ill t John T. Nixon, M. C, N. J.t John
iil Mranon, w. u n, j.i . a. rou.e, n. ,.
111 ; Owen Lorejoy, M C , III 1 F. P. Blair, Jr , M.
C. Mo 1 .bridge G. Snauldlng, M C.N. Y.i Al
fred riy, M C, N . Major General H. B. bur
ycai N WycVolt; Fsq , Pits. WilUamsport City
Bank t Shepherd Knapu, Fq , Pres. Mechanics'
Warrauted Gold Band Window Shade t Buff,
Green, and Blue Holland Shades, all sizes) made to
Also, a hnndsome assortment of Picture Cord and
Taisels, all sixes and colore
Purchaslnx for tash, and allowing no old stock to
accumulate, ierons needing the a bo re goods will
tluil it to their advantage to give me a call
All work executed and superintended by practical
men, who hate served a regular apprenticeship at
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay required.
Please git e me a call.
Remember the number.
No. 486 Seventh street,
Eight doors above Odd Fellows' Hall.
nov 26 ly
M. LOOMIS. M D. the lntentorand oatentee
of the Mineral Plate Teeth, attends personatlj at
Ms office In this city.
Many persons can wear these teeth who cannot
wear others, and no person can wear others who
cannot wear these.
Persons calllnrat mr office canbeaccommodited
with any style and price of Teeth they may desire)
but to those who are particular, and wish the pur
est, cleanest, strongest, ana most penect aenture
that art can produce, the Mineral Plate will be
mora fullv warranted.
Rooms In this city No. 33S Penmylvanla ave
nue, oetween mjun nu train streets, aiso, wui
Arch street, Philadelphia. mar ! ly
p () P PE II SCALE.
Navt Agent's Ornct,
Washington, D. C , November 13. 1862.
Jiirro mil vc auiu air uuiiv Austiwii.iu ine bai
ted States navy yard, Washington, D. C..on Thurs
day, the 27th Instant, at 12 o'clock, m , a lot of Cop
per Scale, consisting of about 60 tons It can be
examined at any time previous to the day of sale,
upon npjuicauuu iu nm cuiuuiruusiui uj ine nary
The sale will be subject to ratification by the De
partment. r. DftUHi1!,
nov 17 2aw2w Navy Agent.
FOR ARMY SUPPLIES,
WHOLESALE and retail,
STATIONERY, BLANK AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Writing Papers, Fnvelopes, Portfolios,
Gold Pens, Pencils, Inks, fcc , fcc ,
Pocket Books, and Pocket Cutlery.
Photograph Albums In every varlet) ,
Newspapers, Periodicals, and
All orders promptly attended to
Call and examine. No charge forshowing goods,
SHEPHERD fc RlLEi.
Corner Set enth and D streets,
o6 lin Washington, D C,
10LL1 CTOR'S OFFICF,
tvaintngton,iJ Ltnuv 11, too-..
A OTICE TO TAX-PA YSHS.
Notice la hereby given to all persons In arrears
for taxes, whether gas. special or annual tax, that
unless the same Is paid at this office before the 1st
day of Jinuary next, the property on which the tax
Jsduewlllthenbeadterilied and sold a the law
direct Those whowlahto avoid the heavy ex
pense of advertising will please pay within the
time specified '
A discount of 6 per cent will be allowed, under
the law, during the month or November. After
November there will be no abatement.
WM DIXON, Collector.
nov 13 3tw3w
TITRT RECEIVED OUR NIW STOCK OF
Fall and Winter CLOTHING, which we are
rlllnffat very low prices, at M1
L. A, BEALLfc CO'S,
No. Sfll Seventh street,
scp?& Sin between I audit
( 10MI3 ONE, COME ALL, TO L. A. BEALL It CO ,
V our Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks, '
No 1 Seventh strstt,
o Si-Jin between! It K.
-pROPosAiaa roR TWimC
Post Orrtrs DtPARTMiRf,
a.1 November. WL
Scaled PnorosAU will be reoetred at this De
Rartmentnntll the t day of November MM, for
irBlahlBffonartarianppiy of TwiM,' estimated
at A.OMpoiiaas. to bo delivered at the Blaok Ageo
eiei at WashiDgton, D. C, Nw York city and
BnlralOf New York, free from all cost of transport
from time to time, be ordered by the Department,
1111 Twine must De 01 tnree stranas, wen iwisiea,
and capable of sustaining the weight of CO pounds
an trinr ilx. feet In lenrthi It must be nut tin in
balls of one pound weight each and packed suitably
for transportation in packages of too pound weight
each. The Twine must be smooth and flexible, and
measure about MO yard to the pound. A no ipe-
cino material na been aexerraineo upon, naoers
will send samples of such twine a they propose to
furnish with their bids.
TheenntrAAt will h awsrdad to the lawest and
best bidder, the best bid to be determined, after a
careful examination, for the purpose of ascertain
ing which bid will, in Its practical teeulta, be moat
advantageous to the Department. This the Post
master General metres to hfmself the right of de
ciding. No proposal will be considered which may be
made oy persons not engaged In themanufacture of
Each bidder must furnish with his proposals
evidence of hi ability to comply with bis bid.
Two sufficient securities will be required to a
Failure to furnish the article contracted for
promptly, or furnishing an article inferior to that
contracted for, will be considered a sufficient cause
for the forfeiture of the contract.
Bids not made In accordance with these propo
sals will not be considered. ,
Pronosals must be marked on the outside of the
envelope with the name of the article proposed for,
ana ine leiier containing tnrm auuressea 10 ne
First Assistant Postmaster General. Washington,
D C. M. BLAIR,
nov f oJw Postmaster General.
OrriCE or thb Cmcr Quahtmmaiteb.
Washington. September SO, 1863.
PROPOSALS are muted for furnlshlnar for the
nse of the army of the Potomac the following ar
ticles: 1,000 ions oest quality iimotny Hay, securely
baled, the weight of each bale to be
2,000,000 bushels of Oat, of the best quality, In
trong sacks, well sewed.
7,wu euros uaa ana mexorj" uowt, wru -soned
and of the best quality.
Each bid must be accompanied by the endorse
ment of two responsible persons that the contracts
If awarded will be fulfilled.
Bid will be opened from time to time as the ar
ticles may be needed, and contracts will be awarded
for the quantities needed, to the lowest responsible
bidder up to the time of opening.
The right is reserved to accept all or any part of
Proposals should be endorsed " Proposals for Hay
or Oats," or " Wood," as the caae may be, and en
close In separate envelope.
Lieut Col. and A. D. C, Chief Quartermaster,
PROPOSALS FOR HIDES, TALLOW,
HOOFS AND HORNS.
SEALED PROPOSALS are Invited till the 26th of
November, 1862, at 13 o'clock m., for purchasing ail
the Hide. Tallow, Hoofs and Horns of the Cattle
killed by the Army of the Potomac In the territory
embraced hy the Rappahannock and Potomac rivers
and the Blue Ridge mountain.
It Is Intended that the contractor shall follow the
army and collect the hides and tallow, hoofs and
horns, and shall pay a certain sum for those articles
from each animal, to be collected at his own risk.
He will be charged with the articles in each case
unless he can clearly show that he was prevented
from obtaining them by proper authority.
A bond with good and sufficient security will be
required for the fulfilment of the contract, and no
bla will be entertained from previous contractors
who hare failed to comply with their contracts, and
no bid will be entertained unless the bidder Is pres
ent to respond to his bid.
The article of agreement, with a bond, will be
required to be entered Into within two dsys from
the opening of the bids.
The bids to be directed to Col A. Beckwith, A.
D C. and C. a, Washington, D C, and endorsed
Proposals " nor 7
pnOPOSALS FOR MARBLE TILE.
Treasury Extckbion, Nov. 13, 1862
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED at the Bu
reau of Construction, Treasury Department, "until
December 1st, 1862, at 12 m . for furnishing and lay
ing Marble Tile for the Halls and Corridors of the
west section of the Treasury Extension.
Said Tile la to be of the twit oualltrof Italian
white vein marble and the best quality of clear
oiftCK ranruie 01 rtjuai naruurn as ine iituiBu, man
In such proportions of each as may be required, to
be not less than one inch thick on the edre. all
stiwed and worked squsre, and well laid In cement
or Plaster, as shall be most satisfactory, and with
a Dorarrui wnite marine, not lesBinanone loot
wide, laid at the base throughout. The size of tile
may be from It to 16 lnche square, of uniform size
In each story. The amount required will be about
34,000 superficial feet when laid
Sample to be furnished by each bidder, showing
the quality be proposes to furnish, and proposals to
state price per superficial foot when laid; also to
name price per square foot separate for the black
and white marble tiles) the quantity of each kind
and form of laying them to be decided hereafter.
The work of lsj lng the tile to be done from time to
time as the halls are made ready to receive It.
The Bureau will reserve the right to reject any
or au tne oiaw, 11 in 11s opinion 11 ue not lor ine 11
terest of the Government to accept t hem
Fnglneer In charge Treasury Department,
no 16 lot
"pnOPOSALS FOR Fxoun.
Sealed Proposals are Invited till the 2d day of
sJTccuiucr, icr4, mt 14 uvracft ui , j or luruiiniOK inv
Subsistence Department with 20,000 BARRELS OF
Bids will be received for what Is known as No. 1,
No Sand No 3, and for any portion less than the
20,000 barrels Bids lor the different grades should
be upon separate sheets of piper. No bid will be
entertained unless the Didder is p
to his bid.
The quantity of Flour required will be about too
barrels dally, delivered either at the Government
Warehouses In Georgetown or at the Railroad De
pot at tvasnington, u v.
The usual Got eminent Inspection will he made
jubi urioretne riour isreceit eu.
The barrels to be head-lined.
Lids will be accompanied with an oath of alla-
riance, ana be uirectea to 101 a. UfcXKWiTJl, A,
D. CVand C- S , U. 8 A.Vasblngton, D. C, and
cuuunru " rropusaus ior aiour. ' no m
X If ILL1AH FITCH,
ATTORXEY FOB OLAIMAXTS,
corner or bevuntu and f streets,
Ojtposit tfu Pott Ojfflct,
WASHINGTON, D. C,
Prosecutes Claims for Pensions, Bounty Money,
Bounty Land Warrants, Loat Property, Recruiting
Officers, and all other Just Claims against the Got
eminent. Alio. Patents procured for Inventors.
Special attention git en to cases before the Court
Fees reasonable In all cases, to wlti
In each Pension case, - - - - $S 00
Bounty Money case, ------ fl 00
Bounty Land case, ------ooo
Pay Claim, -...... 3.00
Widows and minor children who are poor, half
the above rates Those who are extremely in
dioent, free of charge, except mere disbursements.
Correspondents will be entitled to share the fee
In all cases they forward.
Consulting counsel, Hon. R. II. GILLET, late
United states Solicitor of the Court of Claims and
former Solicitor of the Treasury.
Special Beferencea by PermiuUm:
Hon. Richard Wallach, Mayor of Washington.
Hon. A . W. Scaton, ex-Mayor of Washington.
Lewis Johnson b. Co , Bankers, Wa ah tngton
Sweeny & Huyck, Bankers. Washington
Ex-GnvernorHunt, of Locxport, New York.
Judge Gardiner, of Lock port, New York.
Hon. John Ganson, State Senator, Buffalo, N. Y.
llin. Burt Vanhorn, member of Congress from
Hon, G. W. Clinton, Judge Superior Court, Buf
falo Messrs. Hubble fc Davis, Counaellora, Buffalo,
N. Y. '
Judge Bowen.of Locxport, New York.
Judge Woods, of Lock port, New York,
Hon T. T. I- lagler, ex-member of Congress from
Hon John Ganson, President of the New York
and Erie Bank, Buffalo, N.
TII8T RECEIVED.! larre andauDerlorattM-lr
. J of CARPFTS and OILCLOTH, amounting to
1 260 pieces, purchased for cash of a Northern msnu-
ucturer uecnning Duaitess
Also, a largelot of COMFORTERS, IUADOH'
SHAVES. LRQCKLRY, GLASS WARE and other
HQVSLKEEPIbQ ARTICLES, Including Parlor,
Chamber and other STOVES. Alt kinds of CAB1
NET FURNJTLRE, both new and second-hand.
Parties wishing to but will save time and monev
by calling at the cheap cash store of 1
R BUCHLl,4assetenth street,
nol Jm east side, between G and H
qoUETIIINQ NR1V, '
TRY IT .
Nowls thetlmetobuy)our Fall Clothing, at No
4C0 8eventh street! where you can find all the latest '
style roods, at Northern prlcea
1I0I hoi for Seventh street, No 460 A large In-I
voice of Clothing, at very low prices, No 460 Sev
enth street, near '.
A new way to sat e Gold I Buy your Clothing at
No. 460 Set enth street, opposite Post Offlee, at 10
per cent, bflovr the market price, In Trea.ur)
Bmltb's, No. 4C0 tremn street, is the cheapest
home In town to buy your Clothing-, FurnUhlna
' Good., Trunk., lists, and ftps. sep2 ,m '
"i jrWofPBaaoB yOVs SMvIAjv CH3993J
1 DArrMTtrnii IirrmloaJ
1 I t ' vorrita laniAR Arfaias,
Indian Good,'' (Clase 1. s. J, .ot 4, a Usa caae nay
be,) to be delivered In the city of Nw Y&k. will be
received at the Offlee of Indian Affair until twelre
o'clock M on Wednesday, the lotn day of Decent
per near, ior lurnianing ine louowina; nameq
V Class No, 1.
Mackinac BtnlUii, Oath,m4 Dn Q00U.
3,600 pair 3 point white MacklRM blankets, to
measure so by T laches, and weigh 8 pound
3,000 pair h point white Macklnae blankets, to
measure M by W laches, and weigh pound
900 pair S point white Macklnae blankets, to
measure 43 by M Inches, and weigh SJt
W0 pair 1)6 point white Mackinac blankets, to
measure 36 by tw Inches, and weigh H
100 pair l point white Mackinac blankets, to
measure 32 by 41 Inches, and weigh 3
1,200 pairs 3 point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to
measure eo by 73 Inches, and weigh 8 pound
700 pair X point scarlet Macklnae blankets, to
measure 64 by 66 Inches, and weighs pound
loo pairs 3 point scarlet Macklnae blankets, to
measure 42 by M lnche, and weigh V
100 pairs 1 point scarlet Macklnae blankets, to
measure 33 by 46 lnche, and weigh sy
pound , "" .
100 pairs 3 point green Mackinac blankets, to
measure 60 by 73 Inches, and weigh 8 pounds
100 pairs 3)f point green Macklnae blankets, to
measure 64 by e Inches, and weighs pounds
1,000 pairs 3 point Indigo blue Macklnae blankets,
to measure so by 73 Inches, and weigh 8
800 pair appoint Indigo blue Macklnae blanket,
to measure 64 by M laches, and weigh 4
100 pair 1 point Indigo blue Macklnao blanket,
to measure) byt4 Inches, and weigh t)i
pound , ,
600 pair 3 point gentlnella blue Macklnae blan
kets, to measure 0 by 73 tnchei, and weigh
300 pairs 8K point gentlneUablu Mackinac blan
kets, to measure 64 by 66 lnohes, and weigh
S pounds .
100 pairs IX point gentlnella blue Macklnao
blankets, to measure 36 by 60 Inches, and
weigh 4i pound
100 pairs l point gentlnella blue Macklnae blan
kets, to measure 33 by 48 Inches, and weigh
8,000 yards fancy list blue cloth
4,000 do gray list blue cloth
200 do do black cloth
1,000 do saved list black cloth
4,000 do do blue cloth
6,000 do do scarlet cloth
200 doten 8-4 woollen shawls
600 pounds linen thread, No. 40
1,200 do cotton thread
60 aross worsted farterlnc
76,000 yards calico
b,wu du rocrriww ucu
8-000 do Tnrker red calico
2S,ooo do bine drilling
20,000 ao Drown arming
30,000 do bed ticking
3,000 do sstlnett
39,000 do plaid llnscys
20,000 do unbleached domestlo sheeting
2600 do bleached sheeting
to,ooo do checks, stripes, and plaids
lo.uuu ao nxnncis, aiaortea
2,600 pounds brown gllllng twine, No 30
800 do cotton maitre
2,000 twilled flannel shirt
600 dozen hickory shirts ,
2,000 calico shirts
300 dozen Canadian belt
200 blue sstlnett pantaloons
280 do costs
60 cadet mixed satlnett coats
260 do do pantaloons
176 frock coats, Indigo blue, broad cloth
100 pantaloon . do do
330 caaainelt coals, trimmed wtth red.
Class No. 3
llardwrt, AgticuUwrvl Implement!, (r.
2,700 pounds brass kettlea
40 nests Japanned kettles, (6 In a nest)
600 camp kettle, (3 sizes)
300 dozen 3 quart tin pans
300 do 4 quart tin pans
60 do f quart tin pans
700 do .tin cups
1,200 do squaw awls
1,500 do fishhook
760 da fish line t
250 do coarse tooth combs
117 do flnetootheotnb
600 do scissor
600 do shear
160 do weeding noes
260 do nnd saw flies, H inches
60 do spades
200 short handle fry pans
76 dozen basting spoons r 1
1,600 do table spoons, (Iron!
66 do axes, to weigh 4)tj to 6i pounds
660 do half axes, to weigh 3 pounds, (with
600 do 1 In mirror
60 do fir steel
600 pound brass wira
160 do beat Chinese rermlllton
600 do seed bead t
100 dozen butcher knlvea
100 do scalping knives
230 do t squaw hatchet
2 do .4W Inch flat file
20,000 pounds tobacco.
CLASS No. 4,
Quni, Ammunition, 4f,
600 rifles, cap lock, (half ounce ball)
300 shot guns, (double barrel)
160 keg powder
1,000,000 water-proof cap
600 powder horn
3,000 flints v
292 dozen gun nipples
Good of Amerloan manufacture of the required
style and quality will be preferred) but, a the
samples of blankets and cloths are foreign fabrics,
It will be necessary.la proposing a domestic article
of either of those kinds, that a sample thereof shall
accompany the bid. The articles to be furnished
must, in an respects, coniorm to ana oe equal wnn
the Government samDles. which mar be seen at
this office on and after the 24th Instant. The ar
ticle will be rigidly Inspected and compared with
the samples by an agent or agents appointed for
that purpose. Such as ma) be unequal thereto in
any particular will be rejected) In which case the
contractor will be bound to furnish others of the
required kind or quality within three days; or, If
that be not done, they will be purchased at hi ex
pense. Pa) meni will be made for the goods re
ceived on Invoice thereof, certified by the agent or
agents appointed to inspect them. It Is tone un
derstood that the right will be reserved to require
a greater or less quantity of any of the articles
named than that specified in the abote schedule)
and all bids for furnishing said articles may be re
jected at the option of the Department) and that
none from rtersona who hare failed to eomnlv with
the requirements of a previous contract with the
United States, or who are not manufacturers or
wholesale dealers In the required article will be
considered; and the fact that Didders are such man
ufacturers or dealers must be evidenced by the cer
tificate of the collector of the port where they re
side, or where It 1 proposed to deliver the articles.
The proposals must embrace the articles, with the
quantities thereof as they are arranged in the
sciieuiue. wnainB or ice uneiia in cicn.iriflai.
lars and cents, st which they are to be furnished)
aim iub iuuuuii uu,i uv car lieu uui buu iooicu up
for each class Said prices and amounts must be
so given, without any modification, or proposed
modification, or variation whatever. They should
be submitted with the followlnr headlna-i I (or wet
hereby propose to furnish for the service of the In-
uin iwyariuivui. uu accuruiDK to ine terms 01 It
advertisement thereof, dated November 17th, 1863.
the followlnr articles at the nrloa therein sfflvtvt.
(here Insert the list according to the class or classes
Croposed for,) deliverable in the city of New I ork
y the 1st day of April next, or at such time or
times during the rear 1863 as mar be ordered hv tha
Commissioner of Indian Affairs) and If the pro po
sal be accepted (here Insert the words " In whole or
in pan, 11 more man one ciass do proposea ior,) I
(or we) will, within twenty days thereafter, execute
a contract accordingly, and give security, satisfac
tory to the Commissioner of Indian Allaire, for
the faithful performance of the same." Each pro
posal must be accompanied with a guaranty In the
following form, to be signed by two or more respon
sible persons, whose sufficiency must be certified
to by a United States Judge or district Attorney t
We hereby Jointly and severally guaranty that the
above Didder, (or bidders,) If a contract shall be
awarded to him (or them) according to his or their
bid or proposal, will execute a contract according
ly, and give the requisite security for the perform
ance thereof, as prescribed In the advertisement fof
proposals for Indian goods dated 17th November,
1863) and. In the event of his (or their) failure so to
do, we hereby agree to bind ourselves, our heirs,
executors, and assigns, to forfeit and pay the
United States, as damages, a sum not les than
fifteen per cent, on the amount of aald bid or pro
posal ' Bonds will be required In the amount of
the bid for the faithful performance of the contract,
with two or more sureties, whose sufficiency must
be certified by a United States Judge or district at
torney. No proposal will be considered that does
not strictly conform In all particulars to the terms
and directions of this adt rrtliement.
WM. P. DOLE,
nov 18 ItawDecio Commissioner.
I EVERYBODY'S attentlonlscaUedtoour
J new stock of Clothing for Men and Boys use,
which we hatejust received, and oiler for sale at
very low prices, at No. 464 seventh street, near F.
J. BRUCE & CO,
Proprietors of Oak Hall Clothing Room,
SOLD1LRS RLLIF.r AkSOCIATIOS.
Offlee, No 215 F .treet, cor. Thirteenth.
Communications to b. aailre.bed to
J V HATHAWAY,
Htsta Ageat, I
oct IS tt Lock box BS, ashlngton, O C.
I .'SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OtIR
It now stock of Fall sod u inter Clothing, Gents
I urnlshina Goods, Hats, and Caps.
iL. A. BLALLfcCO, I
e 24 im Clot Mors, No. set sarenth street.
i WF U W T -
FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT, NEURALGIA, LUM
BAGO, STIFF NECK AND JOINTS, SPRAINS,
BRUISES, CUTS, AND WOUNDS, FILES,
HEADACHE, AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS)
For all of which It Is a speedy and certain reme
dy, and never falls This Liniment Is prepared
frott the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connect
icut, the famous bone-aetter, and hs been used tn
his practice, for more than twenty years, wtth the
most astonishing success
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OP PAIN, It la unrivaled
by any preparation before the public, of which the
most skeptical nay be convinced by a single trial.
This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically,
RJtesuaatle Disorders of every kind, and, In
thousanda of else, when It ha been used, it has
never been known to fall, t
FOR NEVRALQIAAt will afford Immediate relief
In every case, however distressing.
It wUl relieve the worst cases of ItEADACItEla
three minutes, and is warranted to do It.
TOOTHACHE, also, will it cure instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY' AND GENERAL LAS
SJTVDE, arising from Imprudence or excess, this
liniment 1 a most happy and unfailing remedy.
Acting directly upon the nerrous tissues, It
strengthens and re vivifies the system, and restores
It to elasticity and rigor.
FOR PILES. As an external remedy, we claim
that It la the best known, and we challenge the
world to produce an equal. Every victim of this
distressing complaint should give tt a trial, for It
will not fall to afford immediate relief, and, In a
majority of caae. will effect a radical cure.
QVINSY AND SORE THROAT are sometimes
extremely malignant and dangeroui, but a timely
application of thla Liniment will never fall to
largement of the Joint is liable to occur If neg-
tMtiil. "thm Wfirit mir ha rinnnaH,! titr ttita
Liniment In two or three da) s.
BRUISES, CUTS, WOUNDS, SORES, LLCERS,
BVRb AND SCALDS, yield readllr to the won
derful healing properties of DR. SWEEPS INFAL
LIBLE LINIMENT, when used accordlnr to direc
tions. Also, CHILBLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND
IttStLi BiiKS APiU 5TIMJS
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
The Great Natural Bone Setter,
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
Is known all ot er the United States.
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
Is the author of " Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment."
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Rheumatism, and never falls.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is a certain remedy for Neuralgia.
DR. SWEET'S .INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Burns and Scald Immediately.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is the best known remedy for Sprains and Bruise
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Headache Immediately, and was never known
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Affords Immediate relief for Piles, and seldom fails
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Toothache In one minute.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Cuts and Wounds Immediately and leat es
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is the best remedy for Sores in the known world.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Has been used by more than a million people, and
all praise It.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Taken Internally, cures Colic, Cholera Morbus, and
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is truly a " friend In need," and every family should
have It at hand.
DR. SWEET'S INFALUBLE LINIMENT
Is for sale by all Druggists. Price 26 and 60 cents,
A KHend Iu Need. Try It.
DA. SWEETS INFALUBLE LINIMENT, as an
external remedy, is without a rival, and will alle
viate pain more speedily than any other prepara
tion. or ati KiscuusKiiuauu nervous iisorucrs It
Is truly infallible, and, as a curatlre for Sores,
Wounds, Sprains, Bruises. &e, It soothing, heal
ing, and powerful, strengthening properties, excite
the Just wonder and astonishment of all who have
ever given It a trial. Over one thousand certifi
cates of remarkable cures, performed by it within
the last two years, attest the fact.
To florae Owutnl
Dff WEEVV INFALUBLE LINIMENT FOR
HORSES Is unrivalled by any, and In all cases of
uimeness, unsiug irum sprains, iiruises, or
Wrenching, Its eflect Is magical and certain. Har
ness, or Saddle Galls, Scratches. Mange, Jm., U will
also Cur speedily. Spavin and Ringbone may be
easily prevented and cured In their Incipient stages,
but confirmed cases are beyond the possibility of a
radical cure. No case of the kind, nowerer, Is so
desperate or hopeless Dut it mayce alleviated by
this Liniment, and its faithful application will al
ways remove the Lameness, and enable the horse
to travel wnn comparative esse.
EaTery Horse Owner
should have this remedy at hand, for Its timely use
at the first appearance of Lameness will effectually
prevent those formidable diseases, to which ail
horses are liable, and which render so many other
wise laiusuto uuracs uvmiiy wurwurss.
DA. S It E E T' S
Aotl thou.snds have found tt truly
A FRIEND IN NFFDI
To avoid Imposition, obsert a the Signature and
Llkene.s of Dr. Stephen Sweet on et fry Isbel, and
alio " Stephen Sweet's Infallible Liniment " blown
In the glass of esch bottle, without which none
RICHARDSON It CO ,
Vie Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
MORGAN & ALLEN, Genersl Agents,
40 Cliff Street, New Tork.
KJ" Sold by til deslers et erywhere.
no II ly t
TORK I. IN KB. ,
THE CAMDEN AND AMBOT AND PHILADEL
PHIA AMD TRENTON RAILROAD COMPA
FR03T rmtADELPlLTA TO NEW TORS
AND WAT PLACES,
Fross) ,WalSMSt (trass Wkarf , taut .Ken.
wtLi Laura as follows, tis i Fare.
At a .A.M.(r!a Camden and Antboy G fc At
Accommodation - . - ,3 2a
At A. M.Tla Camden and Jersey City-New .
. Jersey Accommodation 9 to
At S A. M , via Kensington and JerseyCttyt
Morning Mall . . - SCO
At 13KP.M.,rlsCamdenandAaboy Aceom-I
At 11 P. M.i via Camden and Amboy C and
A r xpress w
At 4 P.M .Tla Camden and Jersey City
i Krealng Express 3 00
At 4 r.M, Tla Camden and Jersey City
sd Class Ticket - 3.2a
At X P. M , via Kensington and Jersey Cllyl
Evening Mall ..... Ida
At 13 P. M., via Kensington and Jersey Cltyt
southern Mall . - . S0Q
At S P. M.,vlaCnmdenand Amboy Acoom
modatlon (Freight and Passenger)
1st class ticket . - 2.20
2d class ticket - 1 ao
The 81 P. M. Lin. nin. dillr. RtiiuUv. .Yentd.
The 13 P. M, Southern Msll ruus'dally.
r v ausiiiui, iruiunt catc, hi i iv Him wf a. an .a
and 0, to and 13 P. M., from Kensington, and stf
r. m. i rum ws.ii.ui street wnau.
For Bristol and Intermediate Station at II); A.
M , from Kensington.
tlA. Isilua.. luA& W.t- llt ...
ri atatui!, mvriiuii. Asriucu, jpcicriTi nur
llnaion, Florence, Bordentown, fro., at 12), li 4, S
and 6V P.M, - ' ' '
Steamboat Trenton, for Bordentown and later
mediate stations, at H P. M , from Walnut street
O- For New York, and Way Line leaving Ken
sington Depot, take the Cars on Fifth street, above
Walnut, half an hour before departure. The Cars
run Into the Depot, and on arrival of each Train,
run from the Depot.
Fifty pounds of Baggage only allowed each pas
senger. Passenger are prohibited from taking
anything as Baggage but their wearing appareL
All Baggage over fifty pounds, to be paid for extra.
The Company limit their responsibility for Baggage
to One Dollar per pound, and will not be liable for
any amount beyond 100 Dollars, except by special
contract. WM. H. GATZM1 R. Agent.
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Balttmora
On and after MONDAY, NOV. IS, 1931,
PASSENOER THAISS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA'
For Baltimore, at i SO a. in , 8.15 a. m , 11.31 a. m ,
For Chester, st a IS a. m., II u a. m , S.49 and 10 so
For Wilmington, at s 30 a. rn , 8 19 a. m , II 39 a.
m,3.t9andl0 9op. m.
For New Castle, at 8.19 a. m. and 3 49 p. m.
For Dover, at 8.19 a. m. and 3 49 p. m.
For Mllrord, sts.15a.ui.
For Salisbury, at 8.19 a. m.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leate Baltimore at 8.30 a. m .(Express,) loop,
m,(Lxpress,)6 20and7p. m, (Fxpre.s )
Leave Wilmington at 7 30 and II 3 a. m ,4 19,
9.48, ands M p. m.
Leave Salisbury at 2.39 p. m.
Leave MUford at 45 p. ro.
Lesre Dover at 0 a. m. andAlo p. m.
Lesve New Castle at 11 a. m. and 8.10 n. m.
Leave Cheater at 8.20 a. in , 12.19, 4.50, snd 30
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and Intermediate
stations at 8 20 and 7. p. m.i for Dover and lnterme-
ui.to .i.uun., auwp. m.
TRAISS FOR BALTIMORE
Leave Cheater at 8.49 a. m , 13 05 and 11 20 p. to.
Leave Wilmington at 4 30 a. m, 29 a. m , 13.
tv tn anil Its tn
FRF 1 0 JIT TRAIN, with
will run as follows:
i Passenger Car attached,
Leave Philadelphia, for Perryvllle and tntenae-
Leave Wilmington, for Perryvllle and lntermed..
ate daces, at 7 10 d. m.
Leave Baltimore, for Havre de Grace and Inter-
mediate siauons, ai a. m.
ON SUNDAYS OSLYt
At 3 so a. tn. and 10 so p. m., from Philadelphia to
At 7 from Baltimore to Philadelphia.
The B 30 a. m. Train from Philadelphia to Baltl
more will run dally. Mo boa i eic trrcp
S. M. FKLTON,
Jan -tf President.
TTOR BOSTON, VIA NEWPORT AMD
JL J-AiaaU mVJ.H.
By thesplendldandsuperlorsteanv .j-. tlTSs.
ers m i:tropolis,em PiRKjalaltaC
STATE, BAY STATE, and STATE OK MaInK,
of great strength and speed, but particularly
adapted to the navigation of Long Island Sound,
running: In connection with the Fill river an nM
Colony railroad, distance of 63 miles only to Bos
ton. Lve Pier No. 8, North river, near the Battery.
The steamer EMPIRE STATE, Capt. Brayton,
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock
P. M , touching at Newport each way.
The steamer METROPOLIS, Capt. Brown, on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 4 o'clock
P. M , touching at Newport each way.
These steamers are fitted with commodious state
room, and every arrangement for the security and
comfort of passengers, who are afforded by this
route a night's rest on board, and, on arrival at
Fall river, proceed per steamboat train, reaching
Boston earlythe following morning, or may remain
on board until starting ot the accommodation at 8
A. M , by which they may reach Boston about 8.45
Abanraire master Is attached to each stesmp.
who receives and tickets the baggage, and accom
panies the same to Its destination.
A steamer runs, In connection with this line, be
tween Fall river and Providence, dally, except Sun-
freight to Boston Is forwarded through with
great dispatch by an Express Train, which, leave
I all river et ery morning, Sunday excepted, at 7K
o'clock, for Boston and New Bedford, arriving at
its destination at about It A. M.
For freight or passage, apply on board, or at the
office, on Pier No. I, North river. For state-rooms
and berths, apply on board, or If desired to secure
mem in aarance, io
WM. BOBDEN, Agent,
aug 17 tf ID and 71 West street, N. V.
KST, JVOHT1IWKST, AND SOUTH'
TO CIVILIANS, OFFICERS, BANDS-MFN,
SOLDIERS, AND OTHERS.
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
are running through passenger train from Wash
ington io ine umo river, wunoutcnange or cars
dally at 1H a. m, and 0 p. m , and oilers greater In
ducements to the traveling public that any other
LESS CHANOFS OF CARS.
AND OUICKKk TIMU
This Is the only route that checks baggage from
Washington city to the West. Tickets good until
used) and passengers have the privilege of laying
urci av nujr yviuv wu us iuuic.
Passengers procuring tickets by this route,, save
lh rtnlsv And eiDenia of Omnibus tr&naiVp.
REMEMBER THE ONLY OFFICE to procure
ticket, Is at the depot of a a O. R. R. Baggage
received at any hour during the day, and no charge
for handling baggage. augao tf
QAFKTY, SPEED, AND COMFOUT.
WORCESTER, PALMER, FITCHBURO,
NASHUA, LOWLLL, CONCORD, THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS, AND IN
,. . ITTh. THE new and staunch steamer of
ggggmmC the Norwich Line, CITY OF BOS-
IPn IT J .1 1 1 'I' v rw i)ciir v-ttt v 't t.t f.
tun luuviia v- a as. i lunn,, icnto new iora
dally, (Sundays excepted,) at 4 o'clock, p. m , from
Pier No. so, North River, foot of Vestry street,
FOR NEW LONDON.
There connecting with the Steamboat mru
Train for the abo. e points, via Norwich and Wor
crurr, duiivii aim .vorcesier, worcrsier anu
Nashau, and New London and Northern Railroads.
Freight taken at the lowest rates.
For Information, Inquire of
E. S. MARTIN,
my 26 tf Agent, on the Pier.
rpiIIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE. That the
1 subsorlbee hath obtained from the OrDhsni
Court of Washington county. In the District of Co
lumbia, letters of administration on the personal
estate of Noah Irummond, late of Washington
count y.accea sea. Aiipcrsonsnavingciaimsagainsi
thm Hid iWfoiftd ire hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the ouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
on or before the fifteenth day of November nextj
they may otherwise by law be excluded from all
beneht of the said estate.
Given under myhsnd this fifteenth day of No
vember, A U lot J. JUlirt b. unumwuiiM,
Prince George county, Md.
Claims against the estate may be left at the office
or Lemuel J. Mlddleton, Esq , cornerof Twelfth and
F streets "' 17 law3w
MOKE BEAUTIFUL CLOAKSMVe ha.e
now on exhibition the largest and best assort
ed stock of
we have ever ottered to the public Among thetu
will be found all the new stj les of the season, and
at very moderate prices
Also, Frosted Beat er, Lion Skin, Plusb, and Black
Cloaking Cloth, In great variety,
nov l-od6t m. TAYLOR U CO.
w aoAtsUamiv cau.
LONDON, NOkWICH; atvr WORCISTKR
(Sundays excepted,) '
t AI 4 O'clock, P, it.,
FUR a N..R, FOOT OF VtSTRT STREET., ,
TON, Wm. Wilcox, commander, from Neir.Tork-
Toesdays. Thnrsdays, and Saiurdaysi and fronr
New London Monday., WedaesdaTa. and Fridays,
The new and maglOcnt sUam.r CIT I OF NEW
wi .uunj.. u. .ewcii oommaaaer, iront near.
Vork Mondays, Wednesdays, and Friday.! fron.
New London-Tueadsv.. ThuM1.v..v.ni1f a..,,..
days. ' ' '"'
These two new steamers hare been bulltexpress
If for this route, with all modern Improvements, In
eluding Water Tight Compartment, and are the
only steamer erer built for Long Island. Sounds
with thla great life-preserving Improvement.. .
aTVfflftnAtnstai a (unm a- ,....- . , . H I
PassensTersttroceed from New iABdnniiiitiiMiikitssJ
ly oa arrival of steamer, by Expree Train to Boa
ton, Worcester Lowell, Lawrence, i Fltchburg
iiasaiuuaB, vuugviu, tn TVIallsj inOUD.UDI, SU). UL
Passenrera returnln-from Boston ImV tha nw
pot of the Boston and Worcester railroad at AM
xoV m0"' f 7 P M "lTin " London
Freight taken at the Lowest Rates, and deliver
ed in Boston early the next day.
State Rooms In abundant)) can be had on boari
steamers, or at the Boston or New York offices, 1
aaxaiaaasvr. , 0. DIAni in. AlfDI.
my tf ner , N. R.
GREAT CENTRAL. ROUTE
Ktor tit Wart. !
UUfiSOX niVER RAILROAD m&SXJ
l UliR. VJSyJCALfJtAJl4lCVAM.
On and An-cm Dccembek s, isei,
Gxnres Tmlna ttv Ntnr TafIt .(fv ArJtii'l '
Hudson River Railroad dally, Sundays exoepted, ae
From Chambers street
At 7 a. m.
From soth street station
At 7 59 a.m.
iLsoa. m ,SS0p. m.
io p. my
11 a. m ,op. m.
ft. IS n. m.
Montreal and Buffalo
Train with slecDlnr
ears, lais p.m.
Od Sunday, tha follow!
ng trains wlltbe'ruu to
and from aOth streeti The 10.40 p. m. Bleeping ear
train for Albany and Troy, and the BwM a. m, from
Troy, and 4.40 p.m. train from Albany, - ,
Connecting at Albany with the New York Cent
tral Railroad for Schenectady, Rochester, Ctlea,
Batavla, Rome, and station on Rome and Water
town Railroad, Buffalo, Syracuse, Niagara Falls,
svurau,wn auarisjc, ntuivru, UCUVTsii VMIOaMfni.
Trains In eAaneetlon Imva ButTkln and nBruan.t
slon-rta Lake Shore, Buealo and Lake Huron and
ure western tuuiroaa, ior uammon, Toronto,
Detroit, Chicago. Toledo, Mllwaukle. Fonddu Lac,
La Crosse, Madison, Prairie DuChlen, Galena!
Dunlelth pubuaue, Peoria, Rock island, Musti
tine, Iowa City Burlington, Qulncy. Sprlngtleld.
Alton, St. Louis, Cairo, Terre Haute, Indianapolis,
Louisville, Cincinnati. Dayton, Columbus, Clare-'
land, and all points West, Northwest, and South
west. NORTHERN ROUTE.
Connecting with Trains at Troy, with Troy and
Boston, and Rens, and Saratoga Roads for Sarato
ga, Whitehall, Rutland. Burlington, St. Albans,,
Ronse Point. Hamburgh, Ogtensburgh, Montreal,'
r Freight Arangements by this route a above,
iOUt chanreofcara. from the Denots In (num.
ber and Hudson streets, are at all times a fartm,.
blea made hy other Railroad Companies. ThtV
facilities of this great New York Route, to thel
West, eoromendltto the confidence of merchants
and shippers for promptness and despatch.
Passenger Trains, with Smoking and sleeping
Cars, run in connetlon on the New York Central
For particulars as to local train and freight ar
rangements, inquire at the depot, C3 Warren street."
A. F.' SMITH,
dec 17 Superintendent. 1
"PRIK RAILAVAV. u
passenger Trains leave Ha Paronla Ferry fron
foot of Chambers street, aa follows, vU t j
.00 a. m. .Mali for, Dunkirk and Intermediate
Thi train remain over night at Flmlra and pro
ceed the next morning.
iT 00 a. m. Express, for Buffalo and principal In
termedtate stations. , L
00 a.m. MUk, dally, for OtlsrlUe and interne-,
dlate station. ,
13.1S p m. Accommodation, dally, for Port Jerri
and principal station. i
4.00 p. tn. Way, for Mlddletown, Newburgh, and
Intermediate stations. , .
6 00 p. m. Night Express, dally, for Dunkirk, Buf
falo. Canandaigua, and principal stations. ,The
train of Saturday runs through to Buffalo, but does
not run to Dunkirk.
TOO p. tn. Emigrant, for Dunkirk and principal
The Fxpress Trains connect at Hornellsi Ule with
railroad for Buffalo, at Elmtra with the Canandai
gua and Niagara Falls Railroad i at Blnghamton,
with the Syracuse Railroad, at Corning with the
railroad for Rochester and Buffalo at Great Bend,
with the raUroad for Scranton, and at Buffalo and
Dunkirk with the Lake Shore Railroad for Cleve
land, Cincinnati, Toledo. Detroit, Chicago, Ac., and
the Canada railroad. n
sep 13 General Superintendent.
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isaisiuieu in tonaon,ana put ,itrv . i
lin anlaiit (n nnart (nil nlnt hni. L i. . .
ties, to meet the requirements ' Tfli-rM
of Drugglstsnd those to whom
Pure and Unadulterated Liquor
la a Necessity or a Luxury.
It Is the oldest eitabllabed of all the GINS (I)
which have started Into existence upon the basis
of Its well-deserved and hard-earned celebrity. '
It ha no connection with, and 1 In no way Ilk
the trashy mixture sold as "English Gin," or "Old
Tom," or "London Dock," or "London Gin," Jte ,
fce . no matter how much " antiquity" or "respect
ability" I assumed by their begetters. '
Dr. Valentine Mott,of New York, says i "It Is
far preferable to even runs Holland Gin, and 1 the
best article of Its kind I hare eier seen." Bout)'
thousand of physicians.
The New York Herald sayst "We-are surprised
at its beneficial effects) it is a certain safeguard to
The Philadelphia Ledger says: "It has no supe
rior, If an equal, In medlclnaj virtues."
The New Orleans Picayune sayst "There la no
remedy on earth for dyspepsia equal to It."
The Boston Journal ssysi "As a beverage, aa a
preventative, or as a remedial agent, we i want no
other. It Is our ved svnim."
Women or America, for you It Is particularly
adapted. In sickness or health, It Is your greatest
B. BALDWIN A. CO,
91 Liberty street, New York.
Sold In Washington br
316 E street, near Pennsylvania avenue,
And by dealer generally, dec is ly
paLAlMB AGAINST UNITED STATES,
FINLEY BIGGER, (late Register of the United
States Treasury,) and CHARLES E. SHERMAN,
Counsellor at Law, will devote their entire atten
tion to the prosecution and settlement of demand
against the United States, growing out of the pres
ent war. Including the Accounts and Claims of
States, Contractors, and Disbursing Officers) appll-
Lfatlons for the restoration of property illegally
seised or captured, and for compensation for the
use or private property ior uoverament purposes,
and for damages for the injury of such property by
the army, for military pay, pensions, and bounty
lands and for distributive shares of moneys paya
ble at the Treasury and due to subcontractor and
lhevwlll also rive leral advice to claimants.
contractors, and to unprofessional agents in lltl
Sated cases) and prepare written arguments when
with non resident Agents who may aenu mem
claims, an equitable division of commission will
Undisputed Demands will be collected and
promptly remitted for a commission of from a half
to two and a half per cent , depending on the
amount t and negotiation with the Departments
conducted on moderate term.
By prompt attention, moderate charges, long ex
perience, and a minute knowledge of the ex-laws,
regulations, rule, and precedents erovernlna that
class of business at the Department, they hope to
renoer tneir services useiui to claimants anapubuo
Reference maybe made to members of Congress,
and officers of the Government) and especially, by
ermUslon,tothe llon.ELisiiA VuiTTi-ESCY,Flrst
omptroller of the Treasury.
Address Messrs. BIGGER At SHERMAN,
Washington, D C
Office. No 316 F street, near Treasury and WU
lards' Hotel. nor 8m.
a AS AND STEAM FITTER,
504 Sevtnth itral, Mar Canal Briilgi,
ah n.it.r. .xecutcd at the shortest notice. In thl
moat substantial manner, and on reason sble terms,
persons! attention gtt en to every department ol
the business. noy as