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Federal Block; corner of Serenth and T streets,
opposite the Poet and, Patent Offlcea. Kooms
23 and' M, np stairs, Washington, P. C
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, Alt dlseaeea of a prirate nature treated In the
mott tclentlfle 'manner, and radical cures ef
fected in all caiea. STPmLttHf AFFEC
TIONS, OONORRBVCA, OLEET, STRICT
URES, SEMINAL WEAKNESS, or the result
of VOLUPTUOUS DREAMS, fir any weak.
came whalerer, or how long Blinding, thor
oughly and radically, curedi alto QOUT,
RIIEUXATISiT, NKVRALOIA, and other
CHRONIC DISEASES of the NERVES, JIUS
CLES, BQNES and JOINTS, SCROFULA,
BLOTCHES n tbJ-PACE, ERUPTIONSon
the LIMBS ml BODT, and all other ERUP
TIVE DISEASES and DISEASES or the
BLOOD, from wAarmr raw list may W
AKFttOVED X'Nti lWF'dKT&i'ATK 1
No matter what your disease, let no false del
tcacy prerent yon from applying Immediately
to Dr. Velfny, who la acknowledged to he by
treatment of prirate diseases. Fear not to come
and make known your mUfortnnee, and he will
speedily lend yon on yonrway rejoicing.
That dreadful iconrge of the young, Indulged
In when alone, deetroya the generatire
organt, nnfiti yon for married life, producing
weakness of the back and limbs, loss of anlma'
lion and mnscnlar power, palpitation of the
heart, nerrons Irritability, loss of memory, mel-
ancholy habits, Insanity, consumption, and
YOUNG MAN t In Tlew of the dreadful con'
sequences of delay, do not fall to make your
case known, Immediately, to Dr Vellny. Tour
secrets with him are sacred, and yon may con
fldrntly rely upon his medical aklll.
Thousands whose systems were shattered and
who were on the brink of the grare, hare been
brought back to rigorous health by his skilful
Married persons, or those contemplating
mstrimony, who suspect themselres of lmpo
tency, semlnsl weakness, or any dleease arising
from a relaxed state of the genital organs,
whether the result of disease. Injury, youthful
Indiscretions, or Indulgence of the passions In
riper yesrs, are earnestly entreated to place
themeelres under the care of Dr. V. They may
rely with certalntynpon a speedyrure, and up
on being restored jto full hesltlt and vigor.
lie treats with entire success all diseases ol
females, such as LEUOORRHEAor WHITES,
LAPSUS UTERI, &:., Ac, and In every case
guarantees a perfect CURE.
FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMU
NICATIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFI
DENTIAL. Pzrsoks calling see no oue but the Doctor.
Those at a distance may be treated by ma i l,
by sending a STATEMENT of CASE, Ac, Ac
A FUIKND IN NEED. TIIV IT.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT,
The great external remedy of the age, prepared
from the recipe or Dr, Stephen Sweet, of Connecti
cut, the celebrated bone letter, whose fame U un
rivaled ly that of any living man. It 1 a certain
and immediate cure for Rheumatism, Gout, Neu
ralgia, Sprtlni, Bruiiei, Cuti, Woundi, isorei.
Burnt, Scalda, Piles, Lumbago, Headache, Tooth
ache, and all Rheumatlo and Nervoui Diiorderi.
External Injurlee, Ate.
All lutteren ihould rtve It a trial.
RICHARDSON h. CO., Proprietor!,
. . Norwich, Conn.
For tale bjr CHARLES STOTT, General Agent
for WaihlngtOD, and by all dealer..
1 1 I I A ai
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMANTS,
CORNER OF BETTHTU JJD T STREETS.
Oppotite (fit Putt Office,
WASHINGTON, D. C ,
Prosecutes Claims for Pensions, Bounty Money,
Bounty Land Warrants, Lost Property, Recruiting
Officers, and all other just Claims against the Gov
ernment. Also, Patents procured for Inventors. '
Special attention given to cases before the Court
Fees reasonable In all cases, to wit:
In each Pension case, - . . 45 oo
Bounty Money case, ---- e (
Bounty Land case, -... e oo
Pay Claim, ---.... -soo
Wldowa and minor children who are poor, half
the above rates Those who are extremely is
DioziiT, free of charge, exeept mere disbursements
Correspondents wfil be entitled to share the fees
In all cases they forward.
Consulting counsel, Upn. It. H. CILLF.T. lste
United states Solicitor or the Court of Claims and
former Solicitor of the Treasury.
Special References by Permission:
Hon. Richard Wallach, Mayor of Washington,
Hon. W W. Seaton, ex-Mayor of Washington,
Lewis Johnson fc Co , Bankers, Washington.
Sweeny k Huyck, Bankers. Washington.
Ex-Governor ilunt, of Lockport, New York.
Judge Gardiner, of Lockport, New York.
Hon. John Ganson, State Senator, Buffalo, N. V
)ln. Burf Vanhorn, member of Congress from
Hon. G, W Clinton, Judge Superior Court, Buf
falo. Messrs. Hubble ft Davis, Counsellors, Buffalo,
Judge Bowen.of Lockport, New York,
Judf e Woods, of Lockport, New York.
Hon T, T. Flagler, ex-member of Congress from
Hon. John Ganson, President of the New York
and Erie Bank, Buffalo, N Y.
O O V II CANDY
. , , HOARSENESS,
And all inctpUnt ttayet vf Consumption.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
o noswi'Fr. n.,.i..
Cor, Maryland avenue end Serenlh St.,
Penn. avenue, nesr Urowni Hntl
Charles Allen, W. B. Fotwlile
D. B. Clark, John R. SSSt'
L. M. Smith, H. r. Major
H. II. McPherson, J, W. Nairn,
C, Ford, J D. 0,Donuel,
J. P. Mllhurn, J, F. Dawson,
Charles Slott, D. G. RIdgcl).
In Georgetown by Kldwell, Sothoron, Sclssfll,
And by Druggists and Sutlers generally.
"afllmlTI 1II11iri7Ii . !... . . 1 i.i-
360 pieces Diirchased for cash of XhmK directs. Ihusd who wish to avoid the heavy ex
f7craWM " Pl.. pay wthli the
SluSki rtWrar' Safs'lKSI' IndASher' A JKunlor.per cent will be allowed, under
Chambe? ander, VAV i,"!?. rTOSt
ChamDer ana (jther STOVLS. All kinds of CABh
vrli ' ,i I' "". w'ii new and Becond-haud,
Perties wishing lo buy will sate time and money
by calling at the cheap cah store of
R. BUCHLY,4'4it Seventh street,
no 19 lm east side, between U and 11.
NOTICED The Mercantile Bank, formerly do
ing business at 323 Pennsylvania avenue, hat -Ing
this day closed and ceased to exist, alt its bills
of Issue outstanding will be redeemed, on present
ation, by Justice Hazard, at his office. 337 Penusil
S. HOWARD COCHRAN,
Washington, D. C, President
November 19, IMS. nov 20 tw
TMLTIMOlUa 'aKd OlftO JlAJljlOAD.
PasMUajtr Trad-afta WeaaUBrssHe.
WASHINGTON, BALTlMOM, AND THK VYEIT
-. will run as follows:
lM Daily Jftoliu 10 tlaMiso od le JrVaf.
TW Dally Tralnt betxtn Wath'n and thi Wnt.
Oft Sundnt,Um hrttmt to 8KIrl MWl
ll',tf follows: 7 to a. m., and I end t p. m.
rasieniere tor the Wett make close connections
St VaibtnirtonJuocllOnIIleler)wlth the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad, tor all points West, tlkHxmM
esrl sir aw.. ,.,.
fir nuadjphli i anJ Xt fort tesre Washln(toa
atta. m., Its. m., and rip. ro.
ror Anpit Lease ?aehln,ton at S a. m. and
a so p. m. r0R AtL. potffT, vir.iT,
n.l ttlnn..lnuth. Baltimore and Ohio Railroad
leare Waahlneion at a and 1.40 a. m.. and ISO p.
n.) and on Sundays st sso p. m. "
TRAINS MUVinu SUU1II
Leare New York at 7 a. m., Philadelphia at II.SO
a, m, Baltimore all so p.m. "Arrrre ai warning
ton at 0 so p. ra.
Leare new l ora at p. m., rmisaeipni. iiiwin
fi.m .Baltimore at 4 so a.m. Amre at wasninf
on at 6 90 a. m. '
Leare New York at ll p. ra.. rnuaaeipnia ai a sv
a. m., Baltimore at 7 40 a. m. Arrive at Waahln,
toa at .2S a. m. . f
Local Accommodation Trains leave Baltimore at
10 a. m. and 0 10 p.m , for Waihlniion) arrive there
at It a. m. and 7 p.m.
On Sundays at 4.10 and 7.40 a. m., only, from Bat-tlmore.u-.-
. . - . ' --
No Annapolis connectlona on auaqey irom nam
more or Waahlnf too. k
and S p. m , make connections at Washington Junc
tion (Kelar) with trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
railroad, tor all polnta writ of the Ohio river and
for all points alona the line of the Baltimore and
Ohio road. In Maryland and Virginia.:
Tpilm l.r. Ann.noll. far Baltimore and Waah-
Inirton dally, except Susdaya, at 0.45 a. m., and 1 to
Pliitncrr Trains leasing Washington at S a. m ,
11 a. m , and a p. m.t and Baltimore at 4 SO and 7.40
a. m. and S.SO p. m , atop oely at Annapolis and
Washington Junctions, i
War Passengers mult, take the Asoommodatlon
Tralnsonly., W. P. SMITH,
nor 17 Matter of Transportation.,
ADAJIS EXPRESS COMPANY,
OOlce fit Penu. arenati
Wa$hlngtm City, D. C.
GREAT EASTERN. NORTHERN, amd WEST
ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS,
Merchandise, Money, Jewelry, Valuables,
Not es,'S locks, Bonds, Ac,
Forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all
accewlble sections of the oonntrr. This Company
has Arenciei tn the principal railway towns in the
Its DrlnclDaf offices are
WASHINGTON. D. CX. YOBX.JBOSTOX,
CiyXATf. ST. LOUIS, LOUIS'
Connections are made at New -York and Boston
with lines forwarding to the Canadas and the
British Prorlncet.and with steamship lines to Llr
erpooi, somnsmpion. ana iiarre, ana inence dt
Luropesn expresses to all prominent commercial
towns In Great Britain and on the Continent.
Collection of Notes, Drafts, and Bills made at all
accessible parts of the united states.
C. C. DUNN, Agent,
je 12 Washington, D. C
T li . K O Mli K ,
SOLICITOR OF PATFNTS AND CLAIMS.
Bomitles, Pensions, Back Pay, Officers'
lierrniiiug, anu ass ointrjun t,iiimit
aa;alust the GoTemment
OFFICE-No.476 SEVENTH STRFF.f,
Waihinotoh, D. C.
Ami JVo.-0 Park V1at. 'i0Tfir of BroaJtoay,
f7oie City HaUf- AYnt ) or I,
ILrTcra. bv nnlaaalon. to
lions. Hannibal Hamlin, Vice President, Me.
Martin Kalbnelech, Mayor City of Brooklyn Abl
Jah Mann, Jr , New York City t John N. Goodwin,
M. C, Me t Thomas M. Edwards, M. C, N. H. Ed-
wara i. ttoinns, m, -., n. n.i aj. n. jucc, ji.
C, Mass l John B. Alley, M. C-, Mass.i Alfred A,
Buruhra, M. C, Conn. Dwlght Loorals, M. C,
Conit i John A. Gurlev. M. C Ohio I James M,
Ashley, M. C, ohloi Sidney Edgerton,M. &, ohlot
John JIutchlna, M. C.. Ohlot John Covode, M. C,
Pa.i Robert McKnight, M. C., 1'a-i Justin S. Mor
rill, M. C, Vt. I John F. Potter, M. C, Wis ( Z.
Chandler, M. C, Mich.; James H. Lane. M. C,
Kansas) Cyrus Aldrlch. M. C, Mlnn.t Win, Kel
lofr.M.C, 111.) John T. Nixon, M. 0NiJ. John
L. N.Mraiion.M. C, N. J.l P. U. Fouke, M. Ct
111. Owen Lovejoy, M. C, lfl.1 F. F. Blair, Jr., M.
fred Ely, M. C, N. Y., Major General H. B. Dur
yeaiJ4J WyckotT, Esq, Pres. Will I tins port City
Bank i Shepherd Knapp, Esq. PresiuechanlCB'
or ALL QIADEIAlfD miCES.
WarrantM Gold Band Window Shades l Buff,
Green, and Blue Holland Shades, all siies) made to
Also, a handsome assortment of Picture Cord and
Tassels, all aires and colors.
Purchasing noncash, and allowing no old slock to
accumulate, persons needing the above goods will
find it to their advantage to give me a call.
All work executed and superintended by practical
mrn, who have served a regular apprenticeship at
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay required.
Please give me a call. ( ,
Remember the number.
No. 4SS Seventh street,
Eight doors above Odd Fellows' HsU.
nov 2 ly
mKETIIt TEETH I
M. LOOM IS, M. D , tbe Inventor and patentee
of the Mineral Plate Teeth, attends personal!) at
his 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 cslllngatmyomce canoe accommodated
with any style and price or Teeth they may desire, and Inspected alter tbe rules laid down In the Ord
but to those who are particular, and wish the pur-, nance Msnusl, with the exception of the Battering
at Hrnil. strnnrest. and most nerfert denture
that art can produce, tbe Mineral Plate will be
more fully u arranted.
Rooms In this city No. 338 Pennsylvania ave
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets. Also, 907
Arch street, Philadelphia. mar l ly
pOPPEIl flCALB, ,
Navy Agent's Orric e,
Washington. D. C. No. ember 13. 1U2.
There will be sold at Public Auction, In the Unl-1 Bids will be recelrrd for any portion q( the quan
ted Mates navy yard, Washington, D C.,onThurs- tltv required, not less than 600 of any one kind.
day, the37thlnfltsnt, at 19 o'clock, m., a lot of Cop-
ia-n ?tTaia-B niiv iiru. ti kbuiiusz luii. li a..uii a iiurm-
irr DCasliT, VUUIiginiA VI nuvui w awu a, a,au n
ftm mined at inr time Drerlous to the dsr of sale.
per scsie, consisting 01 rdoui 00 ions 11 can ce
upon application to the commandant of the navy
The site will he subject to ratification by the De
partment. S. P. BROWN,
nov n lawSw Navy Agent.
KNKIUh 11 K A11QU A II T KItS
FOR AKNV SUPPLlt S,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
STATIONFRV, BLANK AND SCHOOL BOOKS,
Writing Papers, Fn, elopes. Portfolios,
Gold Pens, Pencils, Inks, fcc, fcc ,
Pocket Rooks, and Pocket Cutlery.
Photograph Albums In every variet) ,
Newspapers, Periodicals, and
All orders promptly attended to.
Call and ex swine. No charge forshowiog goods,
SHEPHERD 6, RILF.Y.
Corner Seventh and D streets.
oc25 lm Washington, it. C.
V ' Washlogtou,D. C, Nov. 13, 1862.
torso: TO rAX-PA ERS, .
NnttcelBhtrebyghen to all persons in arrewB '
for taxes, whether gas. Bwecla) or annua tax, that
unless th saDie 1b paid at this office before the 1st I
uauewllll.ieu.ad.r lsea and sold as the law
Mail uijuiiunrj nexiiiite properly un iviiiuii inv ,
is due will then t.t? sdl ertlsed and Bold
No ember there will be no aUtem,r
wm. uixon, Collector,
not 13 3taw3w
JHHT HECEIVKU OUR NK.W STOCK OF
Fall and Winter CLOTHING, which we. are
olliniraat ierr lownrlces. at
L. A. BEALL at CO.S,
M.a Oat I liaiantl. .i.i
sep 35 3m between I and U.
CtOME ONE, COMK ALL, TO L. A. BEALL At CO ,
J to get your Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
Hats, and Caps,
No. 361 Seventh street.
se26 sm between I k K.
AHMj? frpPfcIK'M Ji
of (toMray pht rototoso the folebtf ar-
,000 tons best qualltf Tlmothr Harttecnrtlr
baled, tne weignt ot eacn oate to d
marked thereon, . ," , r
8,000,000 bushels of Oats, of trie best rf.uslltj', In
strong sacks, well sewed.
7,000 cords Oak and Hickory Woolf well sea
soned and of the best quality.
Each bid must be accompanied by the endorse
ment of two responsible persons trial the contracts
U awarded will be fulfilled. . l -
Bids 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 opeBlnfr. ,
The right la reserved to accept all or any part of
any bid. ! '
Proposal should be endorsed " Proposals for Hay
or Oats," or " Wood," as the case may be, and en
close in separate envelopes.
Lieut. Col. and A, D. C, Chief quart ermaitetA
-pTlOPOSALS FPU I.VMDETt.
Depot Quartehmaster's Or net.
Corner isth and O streets,
Wsshlnrton. D C, Nov. 24, ISO.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at this
offlee until Friday. December G, 1W. at It o'clock
m , for delivering lq tbe city of Washington, at
such point as the Depot Quartermaster nay direct,
one million (l,ooo,oo0) feet of Lumber of the fol
lowing kind and description, vlt r
Seren hundred and fifty thousand (780,000) feet 4-4
or one (I) Inch White Floe Common Culling.
Eighty-three thousand three hundred and thirty
three (M,S3J) tet Scantling, s by 4, fourteen
feet long, (Hemlock.)
Eighty-three thousand three hundred and thirty
fonr (43,334) feet Scantling, s by 4, sixteen feet
f long( (Hemlock )
Eighty-three thousand three hundred and thirty
three (93,333) feet Scantling, S by 4, eighteen
feet long, (Hemlock )
All the above described to be rood, merchantable
Lumber, subject to the Inspection ol an agent ap
pointed on the part of the.Gorerument.
All the lumber to be delivered within twenty
days after signing the contract'
Proposals from disloyal parties will not be con
sidered, and an oath of allegiance to the United
States Government must accompany each proposi
tion. The ability of the bidder to fill the contract,
should It be awarded to hlra, must be guarantied
by two responsible persons, whose signatures are
to be appended to the guarantee, and tiid enereare
wuW accompany the bid.
The responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown by the offldal certlfloafe of the Clerk of the
nearest District Court or of the United states Dis
Bidders must be present la person when the bids
are opened, or the proposals will not be consid
ered. The full name and Post Offlee address of the bid
der must appear in tbe proposal.
If a bid Is made tn the name of a Arm, the names
of all the parties must appear, or the bid will be
considered as the lndlrtduel proposal of the party
Bonds In the sum of Are thousand dollars, signed
by the contractor and both of his guarantors, will
be required of the successful bidder upon signing
The right t to reject any or all bids that maybe
deemed too high is reser. ed by the Depot Quarter
master. Inform si proposals will be rejected.
Proposals must be addressed to Captain Edward
L. Hart I, Assistant Quartermaster U. S Army.
Washington, D. C, and should be plainly marked
' Proposals for Lumber.'
Form of Guarantee.
We, .of the county of , and State of ,
and j of the county of , and State of , do
herrby guaranty that Is able to fulfil the con
tract, in accordance with the terms of his proposi
tion, and that; should his proposition be accepted,
he will at once enter Into a contract In accordance
should the contract be awarded him, we arc pre
pared to become his securities.
(To this guarantee must be appended the official
certificate above mentioned )
EDWARD L. II ARIZ,
Capt, and Ass't Quartermaster U. S. A.
l)KOPOHAIl KOIl MAItHlaK TH.K.
Treasury Extension, Nov. 19, 186?.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED at the Bu
reau of Construction, Treasury Department, until
December 1st, 1847, at 19 m , for furnishing and Uj
ing Marble Tile tor the Halls and Corridors of the
west section of the Treasury Extension.
Bald Tile Is to be of the best nuallt V of Italian
white vein marble and the best quality of clear
black marble ( equal hardness as the Italian, and
In such proportions of each as may be required, to
be not less than one Inch thick on the edge, all
sawed and worked square, and well laid in cement
or Plaster, as shall be most satisfactory, and 'with
a Dorueroi wmie marine, nui iru man uhv iimu
wide, laid at the base throughout. Tha size of tile
may be from 19 to IS Inches square, of uniform site
tu each atorv. The amount required will be about
94,009 superficial feet when laid.
samples to be furnished by each bidder, abowlng
the quality he proposes to furnish, and proposals to
state prico per superficial foot whenlaldi also to
name price per square foot separate for the black
and white marble tiles thequantltyof each kind
and form of laying them to be deelded hereafter.
The work of laying thctle 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 all the bids. If in Its opinion It be not for the In
I terest of the Government to accept throw
i Engineer In charge Treasury Department.
no it 1
"prtOPOAI.H FOR FfaOUIl. ,
Sealed PaorosAL are Invited till the 3d day of
December, 18&I, at 19 o'clock tn., for furnishing the
Subsistence Department with S0,UU0 BARRELS OF
Bids will be received for what Is known as No. 1,
No. 2 and No. 3, and for any portion less thsn the
20,000 barrels. Bids Jor the different grades should
be opon separate sheets of psper. No bid will be
entertained unless the bidder is present to respond
to his bid.
The quantity of Flour required will be sbout 600
barrels dally, delivered either at the Government
Warehouses in Georgetown or at the Railroad De
pot at Washington, D. C.
The usual Government Inspection will be made
Just before the Flour Is received.
The barrels to be head-lined
Bids will be accompanied with an oath of alla
riance, and be directed to Col. A. BECKWITH, A.
V C. and C. S , U. S. A .Washington, D. C, and
endorsed ' Proposals for Flour." no,19
War Department, Washington,
November 24, IS63.
SEALED PROPOSALS wilt be received 'by this
Department, until 4 o'clock p. m. on the ninth day
of December next, for the manufacture and de
livery of the following pro;ectlles, viz 1
6,uoo ten-Inch boYid fchot.
I,0u0 fllteen-lnch Shells.
1.000 fifteen-Inch Batterlntr Shot.
The projectiles to be madeol the kind of metal,
Shot, which must be made of what Is known as
gun metal. Drawings of these projectiles can be
seen at the principal arsenals of the United States,
at the Ordnance Agency, No. 43 Worth street, New
)ork, and at this office.
The projectiles are to be delivered, tree ol charge
1 for transportation, at the United States arsenal,
Ion Governor's Island, New York harbor, where
they will be Inspected) and all such as mi be re
jected must be removed, by the contractor, imme-
aiaieiy aiier ine inspeciionoi eacn oeui cry.
iiiv iruuircu. iiui trial i
Deliveries to be made ss follows 1 One tenth, of
: eacn amu, wiinm ininy
darB after notification of
a 1 a-.J J it .1 ....
aiikCUlaaUk-V Ul UIU, SUIU UUI aC KlaiU UUV ITU I It
w eekly thereafter until all shall be dell ered
Payment will be made by the Treasury Depart
ment on the usual certificates of inspection and
recelDt. after each dell. err.
Bonds, with approved surety, will be required
iur ma ataiiiisui iicriuruisniva ui i.uuirni:i.
No bid will be entertained unless it be accounts-
nled byanattlda,lt from the party making it, to
the etlect that he is an Iron founder, and that if his
bid Is accepted, the projectiles will be made at his
foundrj naming It and Us location and the right
Is reserved to reject any or all bids if deemed un
satisfactory for any cause.
Proposals will be addressed to the undersigned
at Washington Clt),and will be endorsed "Pro
posals lor Projectiles."
JAS, W RIPLFY,
nov 26 t D Brig. Gen. Chief Ordnance.
VTAVV AORNT'H OFFICE,
ll Waiiiinoton, Nov 16, 106J
PaorosALS will be received at this office, until
Mondaj,the llrst of December next, at 3 o'clock
p ro , for two hundred and ten thousand (2 10,000)
ards of White Cartridge Cloth, tn width and pro
lortlons, as follows, , It.
u,(iuo ) arili, 19 Inches wide.
J , ? AMorTUi:,rittotj.f,r
1 . . Washlnaion,vtttUrflClftB.t
JvaniieAi aM invifrt fAf furntiMtatf for thi
20,000 31 J,
140,000 " SO
10,000 ' 31
&0,UM ' 35
To be dell, ered at the Nav) Yard, In this city
free of cost lo the Government for freight or trans!
, portatlon. i. P. brown,
I nov 18 atl Naty Afcent.
I QMITH . UKAMa, So, atti, Seventh stree),
O utween I and K streets, Is the place tobuy
' jour winter Clothing The) sell cheap. Try them,
SMITH at UKALIa, No. a (11 HKVKNTI!
Street, between I and K streets, Is tbe Cheapest
Clothing House 1& town. Try them,
nov 21 dtdeel
DtcrABTMKNT Or THK INTERIOR, .
Or rut ISbiAN Affairs, ,
-a HI llVaTMaWs HsMJF IT. 1MB.
SKAI.ED PROPOSALS, endorsed" ; Proposals for
Indian Goods," (Clsss 1, 9, S, of 4, a tha ease may
be.) to be delivered In the cltr of New York, will 1
received at the Office, of Indian Affairs until twelve
o'clock M.a on Wednesday, the 10th day of Decem
ber'' next, for furnishing the follow lag named
CLASS NO. t.
tfedtinee Blanket, Oorti, end .Dry Gootfs.
9,000 pairs 2 point white Mackinac blankets, to
measure eo by 79 Inches, and weigh S pounds
3,009 pairs 9K point white Mackinac blankets, to
measure H by 64 Inches, and weigh pounds
SOO pairs 3 point white Macklnae blankets, to
messure 41 by M Inches, and weigh 64
600 pairs IK point white Macklnae blankets, to
measure 3 by W Inches, and weigh 4"t
100 pairs 1 polo white Macklnae blankets, to
measure, S3 by 44 inches, and weigh 3jf
1,200 pairs s point scarlet Macklnae blankets, to
measure so by 73 Inches, and welsh B pounds
700 pairs IK point scarlet Macklnae blsnkets, to
measure 64 by 44 Inches, and weigh pounds
100 pairs 9 point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to
measure 49 by M Inches, and weigh t
100 pairs 1 point scarlet Macklnae blankets, to
messure S3 by 44 Inches, and weigh S's
100 pairs 3 point green Maskinas blankets, to
measure CO by 73 Inches, and weigh 8 pounds
too pairs 9; point green Mackinac blankets, to
it i measure 64 by C4 inches, and weigh pounds
1,000 pairs 1 point Indigo blue Mackinac blankets,
to measure ea by, 79 Inches, and weigh s
toopairs9tj point Indigo blue Mackinac blankets,
to measure 64 by 4 Inches, and weigh 4
100 pairs I point Indigo blue Macklnao blankets,
to measure 33 by 44 Inches, and weigh 3,
600 pairs 9 point grntlnella blue Macklnae blsn
kets, 10 measure 40 by 79 Inches, and weigh
too pairs IM point gentlnellablue Mackinac blan
ket, to measure 64 by 66 Inches, and weigh
100 pairs IX pofnt 'genUnella 'blue Mscklnae
blankets, to measMrer30 by 60 Inches, aod
welsh 4 V poUnds
loo pairs l point geatinella blue Macklnae blan
kets, to measure 92 by 44 inches, and weigh
9,000 yards fancy list blue cloth
4,000 do grey list blue cloth
200 do do blaok cloth
1,000 do saved list black cloth
4,000 do do blue cloth ..
6,000 do do scarlet cloth
900 dosen 6-4 woollen shawls
600 pounds linen thread. No. 40
1,200 do cotton thread
oo cross worsted larterlnr
73,000 yards calico
o,uuu 00 raemmac cauco
4L000 do Turkey red calico
ts,Q00 do blue drilling
unbleached domestic sheeting
checks, stripes, and plaids
3,600 pounds brown gllllng twine, No. SO
BOO do cotton maltre
3,000 twilled flannel shirts
600 doien hickory shirts
3,000 calico shirts
800 dozen Canadian belts
Clabs No. 3.
Ready Made Clothing,
TOO blue satlnett psntaloons
2 do coats
60 cadet mixed aatlnett coats
260 do do pantaloons
176 frock coats', Indigo blue, broad cloth
100 pantaloon do do
330 casslnett coats, trimmed with red.
Class No. 9.
Hardware, Agrtmttvrai lmptementi,c.
3,700 pounds brass kettles
40 nestsjspanned kettles, (8 In a nest)
600 cample tiles, ( sites)
suuaoien quart nn pans
300 dtr 4 quart tin pans
6 quart tin pans
760 do fish lines
250 do coarse tooth combs
line tootr combs
360 lo hand s affiles, AM Inches ,
IW UU yiaAHTas s
3,60(1 short handle fry pans
75 doien basting spoons
l,6oo do tablespoons, (Iron)
65 do axes, to weigh 4) to expounds
SG0 do half Axes, to weigh 3 pounds, (with
600 do zlnerolrrors
1 60 do fire steels
600 pounds brass wire
' 160 do "best Chinese Vermillion
Coo do seed beads
100 dozen butcher knives '
100 do 'scalping knives '
,330 do , squaw hatchets
H dA4Tr Inch flat files
30,000 pounds tobacco.
.Class No. 4.
i , Ottas, Ammunition, t.
eoo rifles, cap lock, (half ounce ball)
300 Bhdt guns, (double barrel)
1,000,000 water-proof caps
soo nags ira.jDaus
600 powder horns
293 dozen guu nipples
fiwM.s of American manufacture of the reuulred
atylesand quality will be preferred) but, as the
samples of blankets and cloths are foreign fabrics,
It will be necessary, In proposing a domestic article
of either of those kinds, that a sample thereof shall
accompany tne oia. ine articles io do lurnisnea
must, In alt respects, conform to and be equal with
the Government samples, which msy be Been at
this office on and after the 24th lnstsnt. The ar
ticles will be rigidly inspected and compared wjth
the samples by an agent or agents appointed for
that purpose. Such as may be unequal thereto In
any particular will be rejected) In which case the
contractor will be bound to furnish others of the
reaulred kind or quality within three days i or, if
that be not done, they will be purchased at his ex
pense, payment win oe maue tor me gooos re
ceived on Invoices thereof, certified by the agent or
agents appointed to Inspect them. It Is to be 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 above schedule)
mi n hiria for furnishinir iald articles mav be re
jected at the option of the Department) and that
none irom prrsuns wiw iitttc ittiicu iu wuiyij nnu
the requirements of a previous contract with the
United states, or who are not manufacturers or
wholesale dealers In the required articles 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 tbe port where they re
side, or where It Is proposed to deliver the articles.
The proposals musW-mbrace the articles, with the
quantities thereof as they are arranged In the
schedule, with the prices annexed to each, In dol
lars and cents, at which they are to be furnished)
and the amounts must be carried out and footed 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 following heading: I (or we)
hereby propose to furnish for the service of the In
dian Department, and according to the terms of Its
advertisements thereof. dated November l7th,i8G3,
the following articles at the price thereto aftlxed,
(here insert (he list according to the class or classes
proposed for,) deliverable In the city of New York
by the 1st day of April next, or -at such time or
times during the yesr 1663 as may be ordered by the
Commissioner of Indian Affairs) and if the propo
sal be accepted (here losert the words " in whole or
In part. If more than one class be proposed for,) I
(or we) will, wlthlntwenty days thereafter, execute
a contract accordingly, and give security, satisfac
tory to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for
tbe faithful performance of the same." Lach pro
posal must ue accompaniea wiin a guaranty in ine
following form, to be signed by t wo or more respon
sible persons, whose sufficiency roust be certified
to by a United states Judge or district attorney!
We hereby Jointly and severally guaranty that the
above Didder, (or bidders,) if a contract shsll be
awarded to him (or them) according to his or their
Mil nr nrnnosal. will execute a contract according
ly, and give the requisite security for the perform
ance inerCUl, aa rraH.a-Wru IU UIOaMlfClliarkUlullur
proposals for Indian goods dated nth November,
1843 and, in the ev ent of his (or their) failure so to
tn. wn hercbv arree to bind ourselves, our heirs.
executors, aod assigns, to forfeit and pay the
United States, as damages, a sum not less thsn
fifteen per cent, on the amount of said bid or pro
posal.' Roudswlllbe required In the amount of
the bid for the faithful performance ol the contract,
with two or more sureties, whose sufficiency must
becertlneu ny a uniieu Msiesjuage or utsirici si
tnrnaair. No urooosal will be considered that does
not strictly tonform In all particulars to the terms
and directions oi hub auimisemem.
WM. P. DOLE,
nov is 3tawDeclO Commissioner
OrniE Indian ArrAiai, I
November 26, 1&U2.
Since the above advertisement, dated the 17th In
stant, for ' Proposals for Indian Goods," was pub
lished, It has been decided to take from class No. 3,
the 20,000 pounds of tobacco called for, and let It '
lorm class no.o.
Although there Is a sample of the tobacco lu this
office, bidders are requested to forward samples
with their bids, lor consideration,
W P. DOLF-
nov 20 Commissioner.
tOLDWRV ULUEr AS10CIATI0S.
Office, No. 270 V street, cor. Thirteenth,
numnicattons to Le addreisej to
J. W. HATHAWAY,
lock box S3, WaiMDgton, I). C.
FOR RHEUMATISM, GOUT. NEURALGIA, LUM
BAGO, STIFF NECK AND JOINTS, SPRAINS,
BRUISES, CUTS, AND WOUNDS, PILES,
HEADACHE, AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS)
For all of which It is speedy and certain reme
dy, and never falls. This Liniment Is prepared
from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, or Connect
icut, the famous bone-setter, and has been used tn
his practice, for more than twenty years, with the
most astonishing success.
AS AN ALLEVIATOR OF PAIN, It Is unrivaled
by any preparation before the public, of which the
most skeptical may be convinced by a single trial.
This Liniment will cure rapidly and radically,
Rheum a tie Disorders of every kind, and, in
thousands of cases, where It has been used, It has
nsver been known to fall. 4
FOR StVRALatAtH wUl afford Immediate relief
la every ease, however distressing.
It will relieve the worst cases of 11 FAD ACHE In
three minutes, and li warranted to do It.
TOOTHACHE, also, will It cure Instantly.
FOR NERVOUS DEBILITY AND GENERAL LAS
SITVDE, arising from Imprudence or excess, this
Liniment Is a most happy and unfailing remedy.
Acting directly upon the nervous tissues, It
strengthens and revivifies the system, and restores
It to elasticity and vigor.
FOR PILES. A an external rrmedy, we claim
that it is the best known, and we challenge the
world to produce an equal." Every victim of this
distressing complaint should give It a trial, for It
will not fsll to afford immediate relief, and, In a
majority of cases, will eflect a radical cure.
QUINSY AND SORE THROAT are sometimes
extremely malignant and dangerous, but a timely
application of this Liniment will never rail to
SPRAINS are sometimes very obstinate, and en
largement of the Joints Is liable to occur If neg
lected. The worst case may be conquered by this
liniment In two or three days.
BRUISES, CUTS, WOUNDS, SORES, ULCERS,
BURNS, AND SCALDS, yield readily to the won
derful healing properties of DR. 8WEETS INFAL
LIBLE LINIMENT, when used according to direc
tions. Also, CHILBLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND
INSECT BITES AND STINQS.
DR.8TEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT.
The Great Natural Bone Setter.
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
Is known all over the United States.
DR. STEPHEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
Is tbe author of " Dr. Sweet's Infallible Liniment."
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Rheumatism, and never falls.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE UNI M ENT
Is a certain remedy for Neuralgia.
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Burns and Scalds Immediately.
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is the best known remedy for Sprains and Bruises
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Headache Immediately, and was never known
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Affords immediate relief for Piles, and seldom falls
DR. SWEETS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Toothache In one minute,
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Cures Cuts and Wounds Immediately and leaves
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is tbe beat remedy for Sores In the known world.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Hss been used by more than a million people, and
ail praise it,
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Taken Internally, cures Colic, Cholera Morbus, and
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is truly a " friend tn need," and every family should
have It at hand.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Is for sale by all Druggists. Price 26 and 60 cents.
A Frleiid In Need. Try It.
DR. SHEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT, as an
external remedy, Is without a rival, and will alle
viate pain more Bpeeoiiy man anyoioer prepara
tion. For all Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders It
1b trulv infallible, and. as a curative far Sorei.
Wounds, Sprains, Bruises. &c, Its smoothing, heal
ing, and powerful, strengthening properties, excite
incjusi wouurr iuu luuiiuuicai oi an woo nave
ever given li a inai, isvcr one inousana cert lo
cates of remarkable cure, performed by It within
tuoiiii iwu jrr, aiiirai ine mui.
. To Horse Owncrsl
DR. SWEET INFALLIBLE LINIMENT FOR
HORSES Is unrivalled by any, and In all cases of
uvmeness, ariaiDK irou. sprain b, onuses, ol
in s.i it. .... !.. -I .-.a ..i i.
tVrCUCslsUg. (Lat rum UalVaal aaalU tCflssaU, Mar-
ness, or nauuie uiui, ocraiciics, juaage, etc., II WUl
also cure speedily. Spavin and Ringbone may be
easily prevented and cured In their Incipient stages,
but confirmed cases are bev ond the possibility of a
radical cure. No case of the kind, however. Is so
desperate or hopeless but It maybe alleviated by
this liniment, and Its faithful application will al
ways remove the Lameness, and enable thehorso
10 iravei wiin comparative ease.
Every Horse Owner
should have this remedy at hand, for Its tlmelyuse
at the first appearance of Lameness will effectually
prevent those formidable diseases, to which all
norses are luoie, anu wnicn renaer so many other
wise valuable horses -Marly worthless.
Kill. U1UIWH I'UIEIIII,
And thousands ha found It truly
A FR1EHD IN NEEDI
To avoid Imposition, oc-aeneth. Signature and
Likeness of Pr. Mephen Sweet on eterj label, and
slso " Stephen Sweet's Infallible Liniment " blown
In the glass of each bottle, without which none
lUCHARDSON tt CO,
Sole Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
MORGAN tt ALLEN, General Agents,
40 CllrT Street, New York.
Xf Sold bf all dealers everywhere,
no It ly
,v WKW YORK LINEI.
THK CAMDRN AND AM BOY AND PHILADEL
PHIA AND'TRENTON RAILROAD COMPA
FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK
AND WAY PLACES.
From Walnut street Wlsar and Ken-
WILL LXATZ AS FOLLOW:. Til I FafC.
At A. H.,vlaCamdenand Amboy CwkA.
Aecnmtnniiaitli-sii . SI 2ft
Jersey Accommodation 3.S8
At 8 A. M..vla Kensington and Jersey Clty(
Moraine; Mall - . . - 100
At I5H P.M.,vlaCamdeQandAmboyAecom-
modal Ion g.25
At S P.M., via Camden aod AmbqyC. and
A. Express --- S M
At 4 P. M.t via Camden and Jersey City
Kveulnr Express - - S.OQ
At 4 P. M ,vla Camden and Jsrsey City
ltd Class Ticket t.SS
At K Pa M., via Kensington and Jersey Cltyt
Evening Mall 1.00
At 12 P. M., via Kensington and Jersey Cttyi
ouumrrD piaii - iai
t S P. M., via Camden and Amboy Accom
modation (Freight and Passenger)
tit class ticket - 2.24
9d class ticket 150
The SU P. M. Line rum dallr. Sundavs exnented.
The 13 P. M. Southern Mail ruoe'dally.
For Brtttol, Trenton, fcc, at 7.10 and IK A. M.,
and 6, 6 so and 12 P. M., from Kensington, and Vi
r, ! arvia n ninui aim;, wnariv
For Bristol and Intermediate Stations at UK A.
rue arBtiuyrn, njveriuD. jjvaaaiacu, aucTsriy. our
llngton, Florence, Bordentown, fcc , at IVit h 4, 6
and OK p. M.
sreamDoai rrenion, i&r uoroentown ana inter
mediate Stations, at 2H P. M., from Walnut street
Cy-For New York, end Way Lines leaving Ken
sington Depot, take the Cars on Filth street, above
Walnut, half an hour before departure. Tha Cars
run into tha Depot, and on arrival of each Train,
run from the Depot.
r my pouDos oi jiaggege onir aiiowea eacn pas
njrer. Passenrers are prohibited from taklntt
an v thing as Bargain but their wearing apparel.
All Bafgage over flity 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 too Dollars, except by special
contract. WM. H. GATZMER. Agent.
Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore
On and after MONDAY, NOV. 18, IMI,
PASSEXGLR TXAISS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA:
Tor Baltimore, at s so a. m , 0.15 a. m.f ll.sa a. in.,
For Chester, at 8 IB a. m., 11.33 a. tn., S.45 and 10 60
For Wilmington, at S 30 a. m.. 8.15 a. m.. 11.85 a.
m , 9 49 and 10 60 p. m.
t or new vssue, ai o is a. m. ana w p. m
For Dover, at 8.16 a. m. and . p. m.
For Mil ford, at 8.16 a. m.
For Salisbury, at 8.19 a. m.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leave Baltimore at 8 SO a.m .(Express,) 1 09 p.
tn.. (Exnrrss.l 6 90 and 7 n. m.. (Fxnress..
Leave Wilmington at 7.30 and 11. tt a. m.,416,
a.9, SHU V OW II. HI.
Leave Salisbury at 8 S3 p. m.
Leave Mllford at 4,66 p. m.
Leare Dover at S a. m. and 6 10 p. m.
Leave New Castle at 11 a.m. and&ioo. m.
Leave Cheater at 6.20 a. ro., 13.15, 4.60, and S 30
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury aod Intermediate
stations at 6 SO and 7. p. m.t for Vo er and in term e-
UaSlB latlioni, RIIUjp, Ha
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Leave Cheater at 8.43 a. m . 13 OS and 11.30 to.'m,
Leave Wilmington at 4 so a. ra., 1 26 a. ra., 13.39
p. m., and 13 a. m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with Passenger Car attached,
will run as follows!
Leave Philadelphia, for Perryvllle and Interme
diate places, at 0.10 p. m.
Leave Wilmington, for Perr Ille and Intermedi
ate places, at 7.10 p. m.
Leare Baltimore, for Havre de Grace and Inter-
tneaiate stations, at a. m.
ON SUNDAYS OALYi
At 3 30 a. m. and 10 60 p. m., from Philadelphia to
At 7 from Baltimore to Philadelphia.
The 8 so a.m. Train from Philadelphia to Balti
more will run dally, Mondays cxccrrrD.
S. M. FELTON,
Jan 3 tf President.
f7H UOhVoN, VIA NEAVPOKT AND
JL AL1j H1VKH.
By the splendid and superior steam- - JP"a,
ers M E T R O P O I, I S, K M P I R K .sHhIbsVbC
STATE, BAY STATE, aod STATE UF MaIUU,
of great strength and speed, but particularly
adapted to the navigation of Long Island Sound,
running In connection with the Fall river and Old
Colony railroad, distance of 68 miles only to Bos-
Leave Pier No. 8, North river, near the Battery,
The steamer EMPIRE STATE. Capt. Drayton,
Mondays, Wednesdajs, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock
P. M., touching at Newport each way.
Tha steamej METROPOLIS, Capt. Brown, on
Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdajs, at 4 o'clock
P. M., touching at Newport each way.
These steamers are flttedwlthconnnodlous state
rooms, and every arrangement for tha security and
comfort of passenrers, who are afforded by this
route a night's rest on board, and, on arrival at
Fall river, proceed per steamboat train, reaching
Boston early the following morning, or may remain
on board until starting of the accommodation at 8
A. M , by which they may reach Boston about 8 49
A baggage master Is attached to each steamer,
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
dajs. Freight to Boston Is forwarded through with
great dispatch by an Express Train, which, leaves
Fall river every morning, Sundays excepted, at l)i
o'clock, for Boston and New Bedford, arriving: at
Its destination at about 11 A.M.
For freight or passage, apply on board, or at the
office, on Pier No. 3, North river. For state-rooms
and berths, apply on board, or If desired to secure
them In advance, to
WM. BORDEN, Agent,
aug n tf 70 and 71 West street, N, V.
WKST, NORTHWEST, AND SOUTH
WEST. TO CIVILIANS, OFFICERS. BANDS-MEN,
SOLDIERS, AND OTHERS.
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
are running through passenger trains from Wash
ington to the Ohio river, without change of cars
dally at 7) a, m. aod 6 p. ra., and oilers greater In
ducements to the traveling public that. any other
route, i li t
LESS CHANGES OF CARS',
AND QUICKER TIME.
This Is the only route, that checks baggage from
Washington city to the West. Tickets good until
used) and passengers have the privilege of laving
over at any point on the route.
Passengers procuring tickets by this route, sae
the delay and expense of Omnibus transfer.
RLMEMBER THE ONLY OFFICE to procure
tickets, is at the depot of B. U O. R. R. Baggage
received at any hourdurtng the day, and no charge
for handling baggage. eug?o tf
OAFE.TY, SPEED, AND COMFORT.
WORCESTER, PALMER, FITCIIBURG,
NASHUA, LOWELL, CONCORD, THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS, AND IN-
m - -tlTT a. THE new and staunch steamers of
JsmSmkmm the Norwich Line, CITY OF BOS
ToNaSOTTTY OF NfcW YORK, leave New ork
dally, (Sundaj s excepted,) at 4 o'clock, p. m , from
Pier No. 80, North River, foot of Vestry street.
FOR NEW LONDON.
There connecting with the Steamboat Express
Train for the abo. e points, via Norwich and Wor
cester, Boston and Worcester, Worcester and
N a shau, and New London and Northern Railroads.
Freight taken at the lowest rates.
For Information, Inquire of
E. S. MARTIN,
my SO tf Agent, on the Pier.
ri'lllg IH TO GIVE NOTICE. That the
X subscriber hath obtained from the Orphans'
Court of Washington county, in the District of Co
lumbia, letters of administration on the personal
estate of Noah Prummood, late of Washington
county, deceased. AllpersonBhalngcIaln.saralnst
the said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
on or before the fifteenth day of November next
the) may otherwise bylaw lm excluded from all
benefit of the said estate.
Given under my hand this fifteenth day of No
vember, A. 1). 1SC2. JOHN S. DRUMMOND,
Prince George county, MJ.
Claim against the estate may be left at the office
of Lemuel J. Middleton, Kq , corner of Twelfth and
F streets. "ov 17 lawSw
MORE 11KAUTIFUL, CLOAKS.-We hate
now on exhibition the largest and best assort
ed stock of
we have ever offered to the public. Among them
will be found all the new stj les of the season, and
at very moderate prices.
Also, Frosted Bearer, Lion Skin, Plusb, and Black
Cloaking Cloth, In great variety.
nov l-cod6t M. TAYLOR ot CO.
NEW LONDON, NORWICH, and WORCESTER
At 4 O'clock, P. M., '
PIER W rf R., FOOT OF VESTRY STREET.
The new and magntnoent steamer CITY Or BOS
TON, Wm. Wilcox, commander, from New York-
Tuesdays. Thursdays, and Saturdays) and from
New London Mondays, Wednesdays.and Fridays.
The new and magiftcent steamer CITY OP NEW
YORK, Thomas G.Jewett. commander, from New
York Mondays,-Wednesdays, and Fridays t from
New London Tuesdays, Thursdays,, and Batur-
These two new steamers have been built express
ly for this route, with all modern Improvements, in
cluding Water Tight Compartment, and are the
only steamers aver built for Long Island Sound
with this great life-preserving Improvement
Conductors accompany the steamers each way
Passengers proceed from New London Immediate
ly on arrival of steamers, by Express Train to Bos
ton. Worcester. LowelL Lawrence, Fltchbuffr.
Naahua, Concord, the White Mountains, ike, fcc.
Passengers returning from Boston leave the De
pot of the Boston and Worcester railroad at 6 30
P. M.t Worcester 7 P. M.. arriving at New London
JO P.M. ,
Freight taken at the Lowest Rates, and deliver
ed In Boston early tha next day.
State Rooms in abundenoe can be had on boan
steamers, or at tha Boston or New York offices, In
advance. E. 8. MARTIN, Agent,
my tf ner s N. R.
GRKAT CENTRAL, ROUTS!
For tha Was, vis
HUD80NRIVER RAILROAD ind.XMY
YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD,
Op amd ArrxB Dcccmbcb 9 1641,
Express Trains leare New York city depots ot
Hudson River Railroad dally, Sundays excepted, as
From Chambers' street
From loth street station
At 7.36 a. ra.
-3.40 p. m.
At 7 a.m.
11 a.m ,6p.m.
3.16 p.m. ,
Montreal and Buflalo
Train with sleenlnc
cars.10.i6D, tn "
Oil Sundays, the following trains will be run to
and from sothstreett The 10 top. ra. sleeping oar
train for Albany and Troy', and tha 1 30 a. m. from
a roy, anu .. n. m. Train irom Albany.
Connecting at Albany with the New York Cen
tral Railroad for Schenectady, Rochester, Utlca,
Batavla, Rome, knd stations on Rome and Water
town Railroad, Buffalo, Syracuse, Niagara Falls,
Suspension Bridge, Auburn, Genera, Casaddalfua.
Trains In connection leave BuOHlo and Suspen
sion via Lake shore, Buealo and Lake Huron and
Great Western Railroad, for Hamilton, Toronto,
Detroit, Chicago, Toledo, Mllwaukle, Fond du Lao,
La Crosse, Madison, Prairie DuChlen, Galena,
Dunlelth Dubuque, Peoria, Rock Island, Musta
tlne, Iowa City Burlington, Qulncy, Springfield,
Alton, St. Louis, Cairo, Terr Haute, Indianapolis,
Louisville, Cincinnati. Dayton. Columbus, Cleve
land, and all points West, Northwest, and South
west, NORTHERN ROUTE.
Connecting with Trains at Troy, with Troy and
Boston, and Reus, and Saratoga Roads for, Sarato
ga, Whitehall, Rutland. Burlington, St. Albans,
Rouse Point, PUttiburgh, Ogdensburgh, Montreal,
fcOMfcc. - - '
O" Freight Arangements by this route as above,
without change of ears, from tha Depots in Cham
bers and Hudson streets, are at all times as favora
ble as made by other Railroad Companies. The
facilities of this great New York Route, to the
West, commend It to tha 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 trains and freight ar
rangements, Inquire at the depot, 63 Warren street.
. A. F, SMITH,
dec 17 Superintendent.
, iV,. -
passenger Trains leave via Pavonla Ferry from
foot of Chambers street, as follows, vlx i
SOO a. to. Mall for Dunkirk and Intermediate
This train remains over night at Elmlra find pro
ceeds the next morning.
7 00 a. m. Express, for Buffalo fend principal In
9 00 a.m. Milk, dally, for Otlsvllle and Interme
diate stations. ,, t
13.16 p. m. Accommodation, dally, for Port Jervli
and principal stations.
4.00 p. m. Way, for Mlddletown, Newburgh, and
Intermediate stations. .
6 00 p. m. Night Express, daily, for Dunkirk, Buf
falo, Canandalgua, and principal stations. The
train of Saturday runs through to Buffalo, but does
not run to Dunkirk. . .
7 00 p. m. Emigrant, for Dunkirk and principal
stations. ' (
The Express Trains connect at Hornellsville with
railroad for Buffalo, at Elmlra with tha Canandal
gua and Niagara Falls Rallroadt at Bingham ton,
with the Syracuse Rail road) at Coming 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, Clnclnnat I, Toledo, Detroit, Chicago, fcc,, and
the Canada railroads. ,
Is distilled in London, and put
up aolely In quart and pint bot
t ana put not- V ,j , tf f.
requirements' J lUfOHmff
thu. to whom , ,.,
terated Liquor -
tles, to meet the
of Drurglsts.and those
Pure and Unadulterated Uquoi
Is a Necessity or a Luxury.
It Is the oldest established of all the GINS (!)
which have started Into existence upon the basis
of Its well-deserved and hard-earned celebrity.
It has no connection with, and Is In no way like
tha trashy mixtures sold as "English Gin '' or "Old
Tom," ot "London Dock," or "London Gin," fcc,
fco , no matter how much " antiquity" or "respect
ability" Is assumed by their begetters.
Dr. Valentine, Mott, of New York, says I ' It Is
far preferable to even rune Holland Gin, and Is tha
best article of Its kind I have ever seen." So Bay
thousands of physicians.
The New York Herfcld sajst "We are surprised
at Its beneficial eflects; it Is a certain safeguard to '
The Philadelphia Ledger says: "It has no supe- .
rlor. If an equal, in medicinal virtues." j
Tbe New Orleans Picayune sajsi "There Is no
remedy on earth for dyspepsia equal to It." ,
The Boston Journal says. "As a beverage, as a "
preventative, or as a remedial agent, we want no
other. It Is our vade mecum."
Women or amekica, for you It Is particularly
adapted. In sickness or health, It is your greatest
B. BALDWIN A CO., ,
Sols Imfoetebs, ' ,
St Liberty street, New lork.
Sold lo Washington by
LOVELL, COLLESfc CO.,
316 E street, near Pennsylvania avenue,
And by dealers generally, dec 13 ly m .
flUUMS AQAINST-UNITED STATES. L
FINLEY BIGGER, (late Register of the United
States Treasury,) and CHARLES E. SHERMAN,
Counsellors at Law, will devote their entire atten
tion to the prosecution and settlement of demands
against the united States, growing out of the pres
ent war, including the Accounts and Claims of
States, Contractors, and Disbursing Officers t appll- i
cations for the restoration of property illegally;
seized or captured, and for compensation for tha
use of prirate property for Government purposes
and for damages for the Injury of such property by
the army, for military pay, pensions, and bounty
landsi and for distributive shares of moneys paya-
ble at the Treasury and due to sub-contract oes and
They will also give legal atmce to ciaimams, i
VUUIIakVIUIP, aaaau aw uasi'ivavwaiavaiBtB -.guesses a -a as..-
Sated casesi and prepare written arguments when
With non-resident Agents who may send tnem
claims, an equitable division of commissions wlilf
be maue. l
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) nd negotiations with the Departments
conducted on moderate terms.
By prompt attention, moderate charges, long ex
perience, and a minute knowledge of the ex'laws.
regulations, rules, and precedents governing that
class of business at the Departments, they hope to
render their sen ices useful lo claimants and public
Reference maybe made to members of Congress,
and officers of the Government! and especially, by
permlsslon.to t he Hon. Elish A whittles EV,t lrst
Comptroller of the Treasury.
Address Messrs. BIGGER fc SHERMAN,
Washington, D. C
Office. No. 316 F Btrret, near Treasury and WII
larda Hotel. nov 8 4m.
O AS AND STEAM FITTER;
60s Snmlh itrttt, mar Canal Brltlgt,
All orders executed st tbe stiorteit notice, In las
most sabstsntlsl msnner, and on reasonable tenaa.
Personal attention jlyen to eyery department ol
the business. ot M
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