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DR. K. VMANT'S Prtrat. Hospital, In th
Federal Block, corner of Stenth and F streets,
opposite th.l4.ad Patent Offltea. Room
8S and 84, 'up slain, Washington! D. C.
All diseases of prints natnre treated la the
most s clentlOe manner, anil radical frurea ef
fected In .11 caea. SYPHILITIC AFFEC
TIONS, OOXORRHOSA, OLEET, STRICT
XHtES, SEMIXAL WEAKNESS, or the result
of TOLVPTUOVSDREAHS.iOT njfi
n ess of iatOENERATirEORaAXStrom any
cam whatever, or how long atandlnf, .thor
oughly and radically cared; also GOUT,
RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, and other
CIES, BOXES and JOINTS, SCROFULA,
BLOTCHES on the FACE, ERUPTIONS on
IheZ.TKBSand BOOT, and all other ERUP
TIVE DISEASES and DISEASES of the
BLOOD, from vhatntr nvu thry may hatt
ariten. ' ' "
AFFLICTED AND UNFOttTUN'ATK 1
Mo matter what your disease, let no false del)
lcacy prevent yon from applying Immediately
to Dr. Vellny, who la acknowledged to be by
far the most SOCCESSfUL FHTSICIAN In the
treatment of private diseases. Fear not to come
and make known yonr misfortunes, and be will
speedily send yon on yonr way rejoicing.
That dreadful scourge of the young, Indulged
In when alone, destroys the generative
organs, unfits you for married life, producing
weakness of the back and limbs, loss of anima
tion and muscular power, palpitation1 of the
heart, nerrous Irritability, loss of memory, mel
ancholy habits, insanity, consumption, and
m YOUNG MAN I In view of the dreadful con
sequences o( delay, do not fall to make your
case known, Immediately, to Dr. Vellny. Tour
secrets with him are sacred, and yon may con
fidently rely upon bis medical skill.
Thousands whose systems were shattered and
who were on the brink of the grave, hare been
brought back to vigorous hcslth by his skilful
Married persons, or those contemplatlug
matrimony, who suspect themselves of Impo
tency, seminal weakness, or any disease arising
from a relaxed state of the genital organs,
whether the result 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 certalntyuponaspeedycnre,and up
on being restored to full health and vigor.
He treats with entire success all diseases ol
females, such as LEUOORRHEAot WHITES,
LAPSUS UTERI, Ac, Ac, and In every case
guarantees a perfect CURE.
FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMU.
NICATIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFI.
PxH&oas calling see no one but the Doctor.
Those at a distance may be treated by mail,
by aendlsg a STATEMENT of CASE, &c, Ac.
y 2 Cm
A FRICND IN WKEDe TllV IT.
DR. SWEKT'S INFALLIBLE L1NIMLNT.
The rrett external remedy of the age, prepared
from the recipe of Dr. Stephen. Sweet, of Connecti
cut, ma cejeoraiea Dcwa nreticr, wdoh lame is un
rivaled by that or any living nun. It Is a certain
UUIUIIUCUmvvaiw IUI aAAaTUUAatilUi( UUUli iirU
ralrin.. Snralna. Bruises. Cuts. Wounds. &...
Burns, Scalds, Piles, Lumbago, Headache, Tooth-
cuca aiuu sag, ixuiuuiaiiu nii jirrroui jjiioruars.
External Injarles, fcc
All sufferers should give It a trial.
RICHARDSON CO , Proprietors,
For sale by CHARLES 8TOTT, General Agent
for Waahlngton, and by all dealers.
ATTORXET FOR CLAIMANTS,
CBfXR OF BKYZXTR AMD Y DTREETS.
OppoHt tht rost OjJUe,
WASHINGTON, D. C,,
Ifotecutes Claims for Pensions, Bounty Monet,
Bounty Land Warrants, Lost Property, Recruiting
Officers, and all other Just Claims against the Uoi
ernment. Also. Patenta procured for Inventors.
Special attention given to cases before the Court
Fees reasonable la all cases, to wtt:
In each Pension case, - - - - - $5 oo
Bounty Money case, - - - oto
Bounty Land ease, . ooo
Pay Claim, -.-... .3 w
Widows and minor children who are poor, half
iiv Wrajfiri. iwi wno are extbxmelt IN-
viocrrr, iree 01 cnarrc. except mere disbursements.
Correspondents will be entitled to share the fere
in all casea they forward.
Consulting counsel, Hon. R H CfLLET, late
L'nlUd states Solicitor of the Court of Claims and
former Solicitor of the Treasury.
special Iltferencet by J'ermUilotu
Hon. Richard Waliach, Mayor of Washington.
Hon. W. W.Seaton,cxMaorof Washington.
Lewie Johnson h. Co , Bankers, Washington.
Sweeny fc Huyck, Bankers. Washington.
Ex-Onveror Hunt, of Lock port, New York.
Judge Gardiner, or Lockport, New York
Hon. John Ganson.State snitnr. nnrrain w v.
llin. Burt Vanhorn, member of Conirress from
Hou.G. W. Clinton, Judge Superior Court, Buf-
Messrs. Hubble & Davis, Counsellors, Uulfalo,
Judge Bowen,of Lockport, New York.
Judge Woods, of lockport, 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. V.
cough c a n i) t
. , . , f II0AK8EXESS,
And all inrtpUnt ttaqn of Consumption.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
O. UDSWl LU DrugL'lst.
Cor, Mar) land at enue and ht entb at ,
A"1 I OILMAN,
Penn. avenue, near Browns' Hotel.
Charles Allen, W. B 1-ntwLle.
D. B Clark, Jutin It Malur,
L. M. Smith, a C Maiur,
If. II. MoPherson, J. W. Nairn,
S. C. Ford, J, D O'Doiiiit-!,
J. P. Mllburn, J y. Dawson,
Charles Stott, U. G. Illdgely.
In Georgetown by Kldwell. Bothoron, Sclmtli,
And by Druggists and Sutlers generally.
of CARPLTS and OILCLOTH, amounting to
260 pieces, purchased for cash of a Northern manu-1
facturer declining business.
Also, a large lot of COMV0RTERS. WINDOW
S1IADLS. CROCKLRY. QMS? WARE aud other
Chamber and other STO YL, All klndi Tof CAM.
iiiiiivi ts I viai in-i-iriii ( ii.. .ii d ..
At. tvtwuutit,, both new and second-hand
Parties wishing to buy will save time and .none)
by calling at the cheap cash store of
R. BUCHLY,4'4H beventh street,
no 19 lm east side, between G and II
"VTOTIOE IS IIEREUV GIVEN THAT
LYLE 6. COFFIN Is this day dissolved iby mutual
J. A. COFelN.
John G. Lyle still continues the business at the
Washington, July 31, 1B63.
BAXTUIORK AJtD OHIO RAILROAD.
s ft. t.
Passenger Trains (rasa WasMaejlaeu
THE FAUENOER TRAINS
WASHINGTON, BALTIMORE, AND THE WEST
will run as follows:
Fit Datty Trains lo WaMngton and rt Hlef.
Too Dally Trttnt Mmr naurnmnavu nm.
On SwiAitfcttTte trtnu to BtMmmttmA nulcllit
..... Ati Wntniki close connections
.n,l Ohio r.Ilroad. for alt Minis West. el tower rain
at6a.ni.. 11 a. m., andSp. m. . .
injliiM(-lreWaUi.jtou at 9 a. m. and
a top, nv roR ALh pom WOT,
and Station along the Baltimore and Ohio tUlraad
leave Washington ax m ana i.w . , - v
m i and on Sundays at I so p. m.
TRAINS MOVING SOUTH
Leave Nw York at 7 a. m., II'UftdelpM MI
a, m., lummore ai a w p. . "" ..-
'To'eve N eVsork at p. m., fJUadelnhla i at If i H
p. m , Baltimore at 4.10 a. m. Arrive at Washing-
leavi NeVsork at II p. m., f hllsdelohle at i
a m., Baltimore 17 40 a.m. Arrlv. at Washing-
u!c Accommodation Tralas leave Baltimore at
10 Vrnl and 10 p m , lor Washlngtoni arrive there
On sundeve at 4.10 and 1 40 a. u, onlr. from B.I
No Annipolls connections on SunJsr from Balti
more or wainiDgiuu.
.. i i tir--i.tn4nn ftta AiulT 40 a m.
lion ( feeler) with trains on the Baltimore and Ohio
rsUro" "of all polo's .t ol tb.phlo river snd
lor all points slong the line of the Baltimore and
Ohlorusd, In Maryland ana Irglnls. ,...
, Trains leave Annapolis for Baltimore and Wash
Inrton dally, except unday al t-O a. m., and MO
P'r..enjrr Trains lest In. Washlnrton at Ha,
1 1 a. m..enI p. m., and Baltimore at 4 JO and 7 40
" m. end Too p. m., stop only at Annapolis and
Tr...nerrr.'r.t tsk. the Aonoda,lo.
"orn " Master of Trsnspnrtstlon,
ADAMS KXPIUUR COttPANT,
OHM Sl Ptss. Tn,
WaMnllm City, D. C.
GREAT EASTERN, liORTIIERN, Airo WEST-
ERH EXPIUSsa roKHAttua.no.
, Momr, Jewalryr, Valnablcs,
is, IMfta, Boasts, t-
th SArETV AND DISPATCH to all
t..-u.--.UH with NtrCTV AND
accetiltle sections of th. country. This Company
Mi A rendu In the principal railway towns In the
NOATII, EAST, WEST, AND NORTHWEST.
Its principal offlces ar.
WASniNOTOXD. Cilf. TORK.BOSTON,
ASniNOTOND. C.?N. YOttK.JiuaTV
CISXATI, ST. LOUIS, LOUIS-
rnnn..tinn, t null At New Tork and Boston
with lines forwsrdlnr to th. Canadas and th.
British Irorlnces,and with steamship lines to Liv
erpool, Southampton, and Havre, and thenoe by
Luropesn expresses to all prominent commercial
towns In Great Britain and on the Continent.
Collection or Notes, Drafts, and Bills mad. St all
acresilMe parts ol toe unneu '
je 12 Wsshlngtop, D. C.
"I-v K . n O M K s ,
SOLICITOR OP PATENTS AND CLAIMS.
Doimtles, Pensions, Back Pay, OtBcers'
llecrnltlns;, and all other JnsS Claims,
against th. Owr.maa.nt.
OFFICF.-NO. TS SEVENTH STREET,"
WasmaoTOa, D. C,
Ana Xo. 3 iirt Piatt, tonur of Broadway,
oppotUt City HaU, Xeu Tort.
lions. Hsanlbsl Hamlin. Vic. President, Me
Msrtin Kalt-uelsch, Mayor City or urooxiyn iw
JshMann.Jr.NewTork Cltytiohn N.Goodwin,
M. C, Me t Tlwmaa M. Edwards, M. C. N. H Ed
ward 11. itouins, m. v.t rt. lUAie. n. nm, ,.
f . Mn.ii Jr.h B. Allav. M. C . Mass t Alfred A
Burnham, M. C, Conn 1 Dwlght Loomis, M. C,
nnn , jAhn A. fint-lor M. C.. Ohio 1 James M.
Ashlei , M. C, Ohloi Sidney Edgerton,M. C, Ohio
John Hutchlns.M. C, Ohloi John Covode, M- C,
Pa 1 Robert McKnlghl, M.6.. Pa. Justin S i Mor
rill, M. C., VM jA. r. Potter, M.C, Wis Z.
fk-.i.. m c Mlfhi Javmeai H. Lane. M. C.
Kansas! fcvrusAldrlch, M. C- Mlnn.tWm.Kel-
loeir. M. C. Ill I John T. NUon, M. C, N. J.t John
L?K.StratUn,M. C , N. J I P. B. Fouke, M. C,
III. 1 Owen Lovejoy, . 1; iu. . r. uiair, Jr., m.
r Mo 1 llhrlilre G- SnauldlnK. M. C. N. Y.I Ab
fred Ely, M. C, N. Y. Major General H. B. bur
yeai N. WyckotT, Esq , Pres. WlUlamsport aty
Bank (Shepherd Knapp, Est., Pres. Mechanics'
or ALL ORADESAHD ICCS.
Warranted Gold Band Window Shades i Butt,
Greeo, and Blue Holland Shades, all sliesj made to
Alio, a handsome assortment of Picture Cord and
Tassels, all sizes and eolora.
Purchasing lor cash, and allowing no old stock to
accumulate, persons needing tbe above goods will
Bod It to their advantage to give me a call.
All work executed and auperlntended by practical
men, who have served a regular apprenticeship at
Satisfaction guaranteed, or no pay required.
Please give me a call.
Remember the number.
No. i8 Seventh street,
Eight doors above Odd Fellows Hall.
M LOOMIS, M D, the .mentor and patentee
of the Mineral Plate Teeth, attends personally 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.
Pera-im cbIIId... at mr office can be accommodated
with any style and price of Teeth they may desirei
but to those who are particular, and wish the put
est. Cleanest, s.rongcsi, t-.na uiuii prnrct ueoiure
that art can produce, tbe Mineral Plate will be
more fullv warranted.
Rooms in this city No 338 Pennsylvania ave
nue, between Ninth and Tenth streets. Also, 907
Arch street, Philadelphia. mar 19 ly
-VTO MURK APPROPRIATR PJlKSKItT
1 can be made to a Soldier than a Protector
against Camp sickness.
Dr. D. Evan1 Patent Abdominal bupporter and
Medicated Safeguard, vith "Money Belt
Is at once light, timjtle. cheap, contfortalie.duralAe and
rttmUt, acting not only aa a rmudu for disease, but
hto hn prtvmttve it Is endorsed by the highest
authorlt) In the land. Among the eminent practi
tioners who have examined and approved Its medW
ctnal jiropertles are Surgeon General Hammond, U.
S. A burgeon General Dale, of Mass Dr. Hall, of
Hall's Journal of Health) Dr. John Ware, of Bostonf
Urs. Bellows and Mott, of New York) Dr. I. I.
Ha)es, and all the Medical Facultyor Philadelphia
who have examined 11 r merits. The Safeguard Is
uomposedof Red Flannel, Medicated Cotton being
placed between two thicknesses of flannel and qullt
rd In small diamonds. The elastic fastenings, and
whalebone are arranged so as to prevent the Safe
guard Irom wrinkling or rolling up, or getting out
ot plate when the wearer Is In motion. The Money
Uflt Attachment Is made of fine water-proof rubber
rloth, stamped with a patriotic device, and affords
a sale and convenient receptacle for the soldier's
bills and prlt ate papers,
I'rk-e according to else and finish t No. 1. tl 60:
No.Utt)l( No, 3, 60 cents.
Nt-nt by mall or express on receipt of the price
auiljsnitr.se, if by mall on No. 1, 30 cents No. 3,
a renisjt jno. 0, iucchib.
JLiNoiie genuine unless stamped Dr. D. EVANS.
I ittiKripiUe Circulars mailed free.
Lllieral Loinmiistons allowed agents and persons
J forming club.
' hend orders to
G. G. EVANS Jt CO ,
Atrenta tnr the Unlttvl fittitea.
" xt Lilts rSUVsttttt. Philadelphia No 213
HHUAUH'AY, New York: No 0 WAMUbQTOS
xh Bontoni is WA&HISQCOS BViLDlNO,
Wal.lnftton. Also, for sale by Druggists and Deal-
sln Military Goods
L . tAHllLVLAK AUI7CEGE0 G. EVANS, con
iiniiPM aa nrarninn. in nil si m.i.i. ins I
published In the United states, oo receipt of the
advert laed nrlce.
bend all Book orders to
No. 439 Chestnut street,
nov 20-teod Philadelphia.
rrili: I.OVKItH OF THE WEED can find
an excellent suddIv of the first branda at Poir.
tKS- CIGAH AND lORACCO EMPORIUM, Louis-
lain, nicuuviaujvuiius JMHa ui imiuiuji,
110 v no iw fj
p OLD I GOLD I ADVANCE PRICE PAID, BY
Jt HlTTfcWllOUSlv, t'Anratu
Bankers, 133 Peon, avenue.
Orricx or th Cittxr tt1""'";:
PROPOSALS an laviied forfuralshinf for the
is. o?lhe aVmVo7t". Potomse the following ar-
tlalSal . . ... 4h Uk. Mfiurelv
'"" ZlVrth." we'i'ht : of ..'ch Vale' to bi
tnoo,ooo "shelf of5Ss; of the best ousllly, In
atrona tacka. well awa.
7,000 eords Oak and Hickory Wood, well sea
tlclii mVr be needed, and contracts will be awarded
forth, quantities needed, to the lowest responsible
bidder up to the llm. of openlnr . ....,.
The right ! reserved to accept all or any part ol
"fwoosal. should be endorsed Proposals for Hay
or Oats," or " Wood," as the case may be, and en
close In separate n"P"ROrDi ,N0 ALIA
Lieut. Col. and A. D. C, Chief Quartermaster.
mp at if
T)noposAt.B ron mjmbkii.
DiroT QUAavtaMASTxa's Orrirx.
ini nth and O streets,
WaMaaton. U.C Nov. 14, I8l .
SEALED PROPOSALS will bjreeelvrd al this
once untlrVrlday, December , ISJ, si ,11 o'clock
mT.fordellverin.'ln th. city of tVashlnrtonjSt
such point as the Depot Qusrfermsster msy direct,
on. million (1,000,000) feet of Lumber of the fol
lowing kind and description, vis I. t
seven hundred and nny thousand (1M,0M) feet 4-4
or one (I) lock White Fine Common CulUnre,
Eixhtv-three thousand three hundred and thirty
three (8J,xra) feet Scantling, a by 4r fourteen
feet long, (Hemlock.) . - .....
rightr-thne thousand three hundred and thirty,
lour (S1.X141 feet seaatlthg, s by,4, sixteen feet
Elghtr-three thousand three hundred and thirty
three (S1,XU) feel Scantling, by 4, eighteen
AlMhe'abo've described to be good, merchsntsble
Lumber, subject to the Inspection ol an agent ap
pointed on the part of th. Government.
Allithe lumber to be delivered within twenty
days after signing the contract. ...
Proposals from disloyal parti., will not be eon
slderedTand an oath of allegiance to the United
state. Government mnsl accompany each proposl-
The ahlUly of the bidder to fill the contract,
should it b. awarded to him, must be guarantied
bv two responsible persons, whoss slgnstures are
to be appended to the guarantee, sad Mid yoannM
Th. mDoaaibUltv of Ih. guarantora must be
shown bv the omclel eertlleaf of th. Clerk of the
nearest District Court or of the United suits Dis
UluOCra mull vm prnciit a uti-vu wea.ru lu
araoDcned. or the propoaalawlU not t conld
Tha full nam and Foil Offlet addreaa of the bid
der must appear in tne propoiai.
If a bid made In the name of a Arm, the name a
Af ll that nkptioa tnuat mMavr. OP tbe bid Will be
... n1 ix. i.u...r.Aual r.t Oha narS
coniioerra as me iaui iuuri yivyvmmt vi .. .
rtda In tbe lun of Are thoaaand dollar, tinned
tsv the. onntt-tni mxA both of hla cuaranton. will
be required of the auccMiful bidder upon algnlng
Tbarlcbt to reject any or all bid. that maybe
deemed too high fa men ed by the Depot quartf r-
teirnwmeil nrnnnamla will h ri(ctgHl.
propoaala muit be addreiaed to Captain Edward
L. Hart i, AMiitant (juariermancr v. . nrmj.
w.-hinrfnii. D. C. and ahonld be vlatnlr marked
Form ttf CaaranM.
We, ,of the county of, and State of ,
and of the county of , and State of , do
hereby niaranty that la able to fulfil the con
tract. In accordance with tbe terms or hie propoil
tlon, and that, ahonld hla proposition be accented,
DC Wail ai uncv rnirr wiu wu , .u iiuiuaa
Should the contract be awarded him, we are pre
pared to become Mi securities.
(To this guarantee must be appended the otflctal
certificate above mentioned ) ,...,-,
LUMIAKU 1a. HAIila
Capt. and Aas't (Quartermaster V. It. A.
-pnOPOHALH FOR Ma
ROPOSAUI FOR MAUBIaE TILE.
TnEAiunr Fxtcmiioh, Nov. 1. 18M.
PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED at the Bu
reau of Construction, Treasury Department, until
December 1st, 1965, at 13 m , for furnishing and la)
lng Marble Tile for the liana ana uornaon oi vne
west section of the Treasury t.xtenston.
t.M Til la in te at the beat ouatltv of Italian
white vein marble and the best quality of clear
black marble of equal hardnesaaathe Italian, and
In such proportions of each, aa may be required, to
bm not lew than one Inch thick on th edge, all
sawed and worked aquare, and well laid In cement
nr Pitvkter. u hall be most satisfactory, and with
a border of white marble, not leas than one foot
wide, laid at the base throughout. The sli of tile
may be from 13 to U lnchea aquare, of uniform site
in each story. The amount required will be about
24,000 super llclal feet whea laid.
Samples to be furnished by each bidder, showing
the quality he proposes to furnish, and proposals lo
state price per superficial foot when laid; alio to
name price per square foot separate for tbe black
and white marble tiles the quantity of each kind
and form of la lng them to be decided hereafter.
The work of laying the tile to be done from time to
time aa the halls are made ready to receive It.
The Bureau will resen e the right to reject any
or all tbe bids, tf in Its opinion it be not for the In
terest of the Government to accept them.
Engineer In charge Treasury Department.
no 16 lot
pnOPOSALS FOR FLOUR
StAuo PnoroiAU are Invited till the 3d day of
December, 1962, at 13 o'clock m , for furnishing the
Subsistence Department with 30,000 BARRELS OF
Bids will be received for what is known as No. 1,
Mrs. Q anil Ni.l.anii for tav Dortlon leai than the
30,000 barrrls. Bids lor the different grades should
be upon separate sheets of paper. No bid will be
entertained unless the bidder Is present to respond
to his bid.
Tbe quantity of Flour required will be about 600
uirrrii uin j uruiriru iumi aaav iviiuiu-ui
Warehouses in Georgetown or at tbe Railroad De
pot at Washington, u. u.
The uaii.-l Government lnaoeotlon will be made
just oeiore ine r tour is rroriveu.
Bids will be accompanied with an oath of alia-
Ana uarrrii iu urn ucauj-iiuxru.
Jiance, ana ve tureciea iv lui. a. -., t i i n, a.
. C. and C. 8., V. a A , Washington, D. C, and
endorsed " Proposals for Flour,1 no 19
War Department, Washington,
No ember 2. 1862.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by this
taenartmeDt. until A o'clock n. m. on the ninth dav
of December next, for the manufacture and de
ll, ery oi the loiiowing projectiles, t iz i
fi.ooo ten-Inch Solid Shot.
I, ouo flf teen-Inch shells.
1 (Mil flftixn-lnrh Butterinir Shot.
The orolectilea to be made oi the kind of metal.
and Inspected after the rulea laid down In the Ord
nance Manual, with the exception or the Battering
shot, which mint be made tit what la known as
gun metal. Drawings of these projectiles can be
seen at the principal arsenals of the United States,
at the Ordnance Agency, No. 44 U orth street, New
York, and at this office.
The projectiles are to be delh ered, free of charge
for transportation, at the United States arsenal,
on Governor's Island, New lork harbor, where
they will be Insiectrd and all such as may be re
jected must be removed, by the contractor, Imme
diately after the Inspection of each dellv cry.
Bids will be received for any portion of the quan
tity required, not less than 600 of any one kind.
Deliveries to be made aa follows! One tenth, of
each kind, within thirty dav s after notification of
acceptance of bid, and not less than one tenth
weekly thereafter until all aball be dellv ered.
Payment will be made by the Treasury Depart
ment on the usual certificate! of Inspection and
receipt, after each deliver) .
Bonds, with approved aurcty, will be required
for the faithful performance of contracts.
No bid will be entertained unless It be accompa
nied by an affidavit from the party making It, to
the effect that he Is an Iron founder, and that If his
bid Is accepted, the projectiles will be made at his
foundry naming It audits location and the right
Is reserved to reject any or all bids If deemed un
satisfactory for any cause.
Proposals will he addressed to the undersigned
at Washington City, and will be endorsed "Pro
posals for Projectiles."
JA8. W. RIPLEY,
nov 26 tD 9 Brig. Gen. Chief Ordnance.
NAVY AGENT'" OFFICE,
Washington, Nov. 1S.1W2.
Proposals will be received at this office, until
Monday, the first of December next, at J o'clock
n. m . for two hundred and ten thousand .310.000)
) ards of White Cartridge Cloth, In width and pro-
purilUUB, KB lOllOWB, ,u;
u,vuu irua, .uciira wiuc.
' 3Jtf "
X rgjg II ..
To be delivered at the favy lard. In this city
, JiiST' government "JfJik'&L"1'1'
S. P. BROWN.
! nov 18 Utl
SMITH .to DEALL, No, 301, beventh street,
. between I and K streets, Is the place tobuy
' your winter Clothing. They sell cheap. Try them,
nov 31 Kltdect
SMITH fc DEALL, lo. Udl SEVENTH
Street, between land K streets, Is the Cheajtest
Clothing House In town. Try them. '
nov 31 .tdecl
ROPQti3sx vihtimuai h66m.
DEFAaTMCHT or Tt1 IlTKUOB,
OrricK Ihdum ArraiM,
' - TvMsVAtriiBO.
Indian Ooods,'MCUaal,S, t, or 4, u the case nay
be,) to be delivered In the city of New Tork. wtH be
received at the Oflloe of Indian Affalrt until twelve
o'clock M.( on Wednesday, the lOtfc 1 dar ot Decem
ber next, for furnishing the following named
CZJtsa po, i.
JkfacAlfiec BaaJWs, CUMklton4 Pry Ooodl.
1,000 pairs S point white Macklaae blankets, to
, measure to by nineties, and weigh a pounds
l,0 pairs 2W point while Maeklnae blankets, to
measure M by Inches, and weigh pounds
900 pairs 1 point white Mackinac blankets, to
measure 43 by M Inches, and weigh OX
inopallra 1W point white Mackinac blankets, to
measure N by W Inches, and weigh .
1CO pairs 1 point white Maeklnae blankets, to
measure tt by Inches, and weigh I
1,200 pairs I point scarlet Maeklnae blankets, to
measure CO by 71 Inches, and weigh 8 pounds
700 pairs point scarlet Maeklnae blankets, to
measure 64 by 6 Inches, and weigh pounds
100 pairs 9 point aoarlet Maeklnae blankets, to
measure 43 by M Inches, and weigh b)i
tOOpalrii I polo scarlet Mackinac blankets, to
measure by 4 Inches, and weigh -
iwpilre1! "point green Mackinac blankets, to
measure 60 by 73 Inches, and weigh 8 pounds
100 pairs 2 W point green Mackinac blankets, to
measure M by G inches, and weigh pounds
1,000 pairs S point indigo blue Macklnaa blankets,
to measure 00 by 73 Inches, and weigh 8
600 pairs 3W point indigo blue Maeklnae blankets.
to measure 64 by OS Inches, and weigh 6
100 pal re l point Indigo blue Maeklnae blankets,
to measure by Inches, and weigh 1M
ooo pairs s point gentlnella blue Maeklnae blan
kets, to measure 60 by 73 inches, and weigh
too pairs 3W point gentlnellablue Mackinac Wan-
keta, to measure M by W Inches, and weigh
100 pairs IS point gentlnella blue Macklnaa
blankets, to meaaure M by 60 inches, and
welch 4V pounds
IAD niirt 1 noini rentinella blue Maeklnae blan
kets, to meaaure 13 by 4 Inches, and weigh,
S.OOO yards fancy list blue cloth
4,000 do gray list blue cloth
300 do do black cloth
1,000 do saved list black cloth
4)000 do do blue cloth
6,000 do do acarlet cloth
300 doten 8-1 woollen shawls
600 pounds linen thread. No. 40
1,300 do cotton thread
60 gross worsted gartering
76,000 yards calico
6,000 do Merrimac calico .
8,000 do Turkey red calico t
t&fiOO do blue drilling
30,000 do brown drHling
aO.000 do bed ticking
1,000 do aatlnetta
36,000 do plaldllnsers
30,000 do unbleached domestls sheeting
3.600 do bleached sheeting
10,000 do checks, stripes, and plaids
10.000 do flannels, assorted
soo pounds brown gtillng twine, No. M
800 do cotton mattre
3,000 twilled flannel ablrt s
600 doten hickory shirts
3,000 calico ablrts
3uu aozrn vaaavuisu trci.a
Class No. 3.
ReaJy Mad (lotAfny.
300 blue satinets; pantaloons
200 do coats
60 cadet mixed aatlnett eoats
260 do do pantaloona
176 frock coatj, Indigo blue, broad cloth
100 pantaloona , do do
130 casslnett coats, trimmed with red.
Class No. 3.
Hardware, Agricultural ImfJtmentt, Y.
s,7UJ pounas Drasi iwi
40 nests Jspaaned kettles, (S In a nest)
coo csmp Kettles, is s
800 doten 3 quart tin pans
3UW qq aqukra tin (iiqi
60 do (quart tin pans
700 do tin cups
1,200 do squaw awls
1,600 do tlsh hooks
750 do flan lines
3MJ do coarse tooth combs
111 do fine tooth combs
coo do scissors
600 do shears
160 do weeding hoes
300 do hand saw filet, 4 Ji inches .
60 do spades
2,600 abort handle fry pans
76 doten basting spoons
IJWO do table spoons, (Iron)
66 do axes, to weigh 4f to 6i pounds
800 do half axes, to weigh 1 pounds, (with
600 do lino mirrors
60 do tire steels ,
600 pounds braaa wire
160 do best Chinese vermllllon
Goo do seed beads
too doxen butcher knives
too do scalping knives i
230 do squaw hatchets
it do Ineh flat fllea
30,000 pounds tobacco.
.lass no. a.'
Gum, Ammunition, ic.
600 rifles, cap lock, (half ounce ball)
too shot guns, (double barrel)
160 kegs powder
1,000,000 water-proof capa
too bags Trald balls
600 powder horns
391 dozen gun nipples
360 wrenches, j
.lnwia of American manufacture of the reaulred
styles and quality will be preferred) but, aa the
samples or 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 the bid. The articles to be furnished
must, In all respects, conform to and be equal with
(ha rYrtvaarnment .moles, which mav be seen at
this office on and after the 34th Instant. The ar
ticles will be rigidly insnected and compared with
the samples by an age..! or agents appointed for
that purpose. Such aa may be unequal thereto In
any particular will be rejected la which case the
rv.ntraetAF will be bound to furnish others of the
required kind or quality within three dayst or. If
that be not done, they will be purchased at hla ex
pense. Payment will be made for the goods re-
r. a lll... a.Abt j.Aa,IMA.a K that atrant tw
CeiYVU Oil lUfUIVCI MaCICVl, VII I4UV4 J taaw aa,iwi
asents appointed to Inspect them. Ills to be un
derstood that tbe right will be reserved to require
e-raaator nr lets auantltrof anv of the articles
named than that specified In the above schedule
and all bids for furnishing said articles may be re
jected at the option oi tne vcparimenii auu mat
none from persons who have failed to comply with
the requirements of a previous contract with the
United States, or who are not manufacturerj or
whniataalerietvlera in the reaulred articles will be
considered and tbe fact thatblddera are such man
ufacturers or dealers must be evidenced by the cer
tificate of the collector of the port where they re
side. Or wnere IB propoieu to ucuvrr tuv avriivira.
ft,-Vtvmnaala mu at embrace the artielea. with the
quantities thereof as they are arranged In the
schedule, with the prices annexed to each, In dol
lars and cents, at wmen tney are o os lurmsncu
and tne amouuii inua. uo carnvu uui a.uu iwicu uji
for each class. Said prlcea and amounts must be
n riven, without anr modification, or Dronosed
modification, or v arlatlon whatever. They should
be submitted with the following heading: I (or we)
nerepy propose to lurm-a ior me bit. ice in iuv iu-
Ulan jLreiiar.aaariiv. ,uu Btturu 4111s, iu iisu iiiun u bisj
advertisements thereof, dated November 17th. 1803,
the following articles at the price thereto affixed,
(here Insert the list according to the class or classes
proposed for,) dellv erable in the city of New York
by the 1st day of April next, or at such time or
ffmssa diirloe the vear 1B63 aa mav be ordered bv the
Commissioner of Indian AtTalrsf and tf the propo
sal M accepted (nere insert toe worn - iu wuuic or
In part, If more than one class be proposed for,) I
(or we) will, within twenty days thereafter,execute
a contract accordingly, and give securltvsatlsfao
tory to the Commissioner of Indian Affairs, for
the faithful performance of the same," Each pro
posal muat 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 i
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, ana give the requisite security for the perform
ance thereof, as prescribed In the advertisement for
froposals for Indian goods dated 17th November,
863 and. In the ev ent 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 less than
fifteen per cent, on the amount of said bid or pro
posal ' Bonds will be required in the amount of
the bid for the faithful pe formance of the contract,
with two or more sureties, whose sufficiency must
be certified by a United states Judge or district at
torneys No proposal will be considered that does
not strictly conform In all particulars to the terms
and directions of this advertisement.
WM. P. DOLE,
nov IS stawDeclO Commissioner.
Ornrc Indian Affairs,
November 36, 1B62.
hi . tha above dvertliemeut. dated the 17th In
stant, for " Proposals for Indlsn Goods," was pub
lished, It has Ken ueciaea to uue irom ciass no s,
the 80,000 pounds of tobacco called for, and let It
form (.ins No. 6.
Although there Is a sample of tbe tobacco In this
office, bidders are requested to forward samples
with their bids, for consideration.
W, P. DOLE,
nov 26 Commissioner.
SOLDIERS RyLIEF ASSOCIATION.
Office, No. 876 F street, cor. Thirteenth.
Communications to be addressed to
J. W. HATHAWAY,
oct 16 tf Lock box Its, Wasliliigton, D. C.
in ir I
1NFAUJBLK ' -
FOR RHEUMATISM, OOUT, KKURALQIA, LUM
BAGO, STIFF NICK AND JOINTS, srH Aina,
BRUISES, CUTS, AND WOUNDS, PILES,
HEADACHE, AND ALL RHEUMATIC
AND NERVOUS DISORDERS)
For all ol which It Is a apeedr and eertaln rente.
dr, and never falls. This Liniment Is prepsred.
from the recipe of Dr. Stephen Sweet, of Connect
icut, th. fsmoua bone-setter, and has been used In
hla practice, for more than twenty ,ears, with th.
most astonishing success.
AS AN ALLKV1AT0H Or PAlh', II Is unrivaled
bv anr preparation before the publle, of which the
most skepttcsl msy be convinced by a single trial.
This Liniment will cure rspldlr and radically,
rla.aiaatle Disorders of every kind, and, In
thoussnds of cases, where It hss been used, It hsa
never been known to fall.
FOR SEVRALatA.n will afford Immedlste relief
In every esse, however distressing.
'it will relieve the worst esses of JfEAD.ClfEin
three minutes, and Is warranted to do It.
TO0THACIIC, also, will It cure Instantly,
FOR XERroVS BKBILtrr AND GENERAL LAS
SITVDC, arising from Imprudence or excess, this
Liniment Is a most happy and unrslllng remedy,
Acting directly upon the. nervous tlssuee, 'It
strengthens and rerlvlnea the system, and restores
It to elasticity and vigor.
FOR TILES. As an external remedy, 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 rail to afford Immediate relief, and, In a
majority of cases, will effect a radical cure.
QV1SSY AND SORE THROAT are sometimes
extremely mellgoant and dangerous, but a timely
application of this Liniment will never rail to
SPRAINS are sometimes very obsttnste, and en.
Isrgement or the Joints Is llsbl. to occur If neg
lected. The worst esse may be conquered by this
Unlment in two or three days.
BRUISES, CUTS, ll'OIMU, SORES, VLCEHS,
BVRNS, AND SCALDS, yield readily to the won
derful healing properties of DR. SWKITPS INFAL
LIBLE LINIMENT, when used according to direc
tions. Also, CHILBLAINS, FROSTED FEET, AND
INSECT BITES AND ST1N0S.
DR. STEPHEN BWEKT, OF CONNECTICUT,
The Great Nstursl Bone setter.
DR. BTEPIIEN SWEET, OF CONNECTICUT,
Is known all over 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 Scalds Immediately.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE UNIMENT
Is the best known remedy for Sprains and Bruises
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE UNIMENT
Cures Headache Immediately, and was never known
to fail. .
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE LINIMENT
Affords Immediate relief for Piles, and seldom falls
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE UNIMENT
Cures Toothache In one minute.
DR. SWEET'S INFALUBLE UNIMENT
Cures Cuts and Wounds Immediately and leaves
DR. SWEET'S INFALUBLE UNIMENT
Is tbe best remedy for Sores In the known world.
DR. SWEET'S INFALUBLE UNIMENT
Haa been used by more than a million people, and
ail praise it.
DR. SWEET'S INFALLIBLE UNIMENT
Taken internally, cures Colic, Cholera Morbus, and
DR. SWEET'S INFALUBLE LINIMENT
Is truly a " friend In need," and every family should
have It at hand. "
DR. SWEET'S INFALUBLE UNIMENT
Is for sale by all Druggists. Price 36 and 60 cents.
A Friend In Need. Try It.
DA. SWEETS INFALUBLE UNIMENT. as an
external remedy, Is without a rival, and will alle
viate pain more speedily than any other prepara
tion. For all Rheumatic and Nervous Disorders It
ts truly infallible, and, as a curative for Sores,
Wounds, Sprains, Bruises, fco., its soothing, heal
ing, and powerful, strengthening properties, excite
the just wonder and aitonlshmentor 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 Horse Owners!
DR. SWEEVS INFALLIBLE LINIMENT FOR
HORSES Is unrivalled by any, and In all cases of
Lameness, arising from Sprains, Bruises, or
Wrenching, its effect Is magical and certain. Har
ness, or Saddle Galls, Scratches. Mange, fco., It will
also cure speedily. Spavin and Ringbone may be
easily prevented and cured la their Incipient stages,
but confirmed cases are beyond the possibility or 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 the horse
to travel with comparative ease.
Every Horse Owner
should hev e this remedy at hand, for Its timely use
at the first appearance of Lameness will effectually
prevent those formidable diseases, to which all
horses are liable, aud which render so many other
wise valuable horses nearly worthless.
D R. S WEE T S
And thousands hav e found It truly
A FRIEND IN NEED)
To avoid Imposition, observe the Signature and
UkeneBs-of Dr. Stephen Sweet on every label, and
also " Stephen Sweet's Infallible Liniment " blown
In the glass of each bottle, without which none
RICHARDSON it CO,
Sole Proprietors, Norwich, Ct.
MOHGN At ALLEN, General Agents,
40 Cliff Street, New York.
Ef" Sold by all dealers everywhere,
no 11 ly
-M I1W1TORK LINKS,
THE CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND VH1LADEL-
rtflA ASD TRENTON nAlLHUAU IVPirA
FR0H PHILADELPHIA TO XEW TORS
AND WAT PLACES,
From Walamt Stent Waarf aad Keaw
WILL LIATa AS FOLLOWS. Tig t Fan.
At A. M.,yisCamaenandAmboy C.AAj
..ney AVwannoaauDD - - A xo
At 8 A.M.. via Kensington and Jersey City
Morning Mall - S 03
At 13K P. M.,vla Csmden and Amboy Accom
modation - 3.sfi
At r. M., via Camden end Amboy C and
A. Hsmress -
At 4 F. M., via Camden and Jersey City
At 4 P. M , via Csmden and Jersey City
set uiass Ticket - - - -
At tH P.M.,vlaKenslngtonand JerseyCIIyi
At 19 P. M., via Kensington nnd Jersey Cltyj
Southern Mall - - -At
0 P.M., via Camden and Amboy Aecom-
:rsninr man a. -
r modatlon (Frelcht and Passenger)
1st class ticket - 9 36
3d class ticket 160
The Slf. P. M. Line runs dally, Sundays excepted.
The 13 P. M. southern Mall runs'dally.
For Brlttol, Trenton, fcc, at 7.10 and H A. M..
and 6, N and 13 P. M., from Kensington, and H
P. M. from Walnut street wharf.
For lhistol and Intermediate Stations at lltf A
M . from Kenslnrton.
For Palmyra, Rlrerton. Delenco, Dererly, Bur
lington, Florence, Bordentown, ke , at 13V, 1, 4, t
steamboat Trenton, for Bordentown and Inter
mediate stations, at 3i,KM, from Walnut street
C3h For New York, and Way Lines tearing Ken
elngton Pepot, take the Cars on Fifth street, above
Walnut, half an hour before departure. The Cart
run Into the Depot, and on arrival of each Train
run from the Depot. .
Fifty pounds of Baggage only allowed each pas
senger. Passengers are prohibited from taking
anything as Baggage but their wearing apparel.
All Bararaa-e over flitr nonnda. to be naldfor extra.
The Company limit their responsibility for Baggage
to One Dollar per pound, and will not be liable for
any amount beyond loo Dollars, except by special
contract. WM, II.' GATZMER, Agent.
Philadelphia, WUanlna;tK avnd Baltimore
On and after MONDAY, NOV, 18, 1861, '
PASSENGER TRAtbS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA
For Baltimore, at S 90 a. m., 8.16 a. m ,11 16 a. m.
fauinreii.l and 10 60 n. m.
For Chester, at 8 16 a. m , II IS. a.m., 3.45 and 10 60
For Wilmington, at 130 a. m, 816 a. m, 11.38 a.
w., 45 and 10 60 p. m.
For New Castle, at 8 IS a. m. and 1 46 p. m.
For Dover, at S IS a. m. and 1 45 p. m.1
For Mtlford, at 8.16a.m.
For Salisbury, at 8 16 a. m.
TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA
Leave Baltimore at 6 30 a. m , (Express,) 1 06 p.
m ifcxpreai,, o - ana ip.m. (r.xpreia j
Leave Wilmington at 7 30 and Il.ll a. m.,4.15,
8 46, and 9 60 p. m.
Leave Salisbury at IBS p. mT
ieave luuiora at ,oo p. ra;
Leave Dover at 9 a. m. and 9,10 p. m.
Leave New Castle at 11 a.m. andtMOp. ta.
Leave Chester at 8.30 a. m , 13.16, 4 oo, and t 30
Leave Baltimore for Salisbury and Intermediate
stations at 6 30 and 7. p. m,j for Dover and Interme-
aiaie stations, at . w p. m.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE
Leave Chester at 6.46 a. m , W OS and 11.30 p. m.
Leave Wilmington at 4 30 a. m., 9 26 a. m . 19,36
p. m , and 13 a. m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with Passenrer Car attached.
will run aa follows:
Leave Philadelphia, for Perrji-llle and Interme
diate places, at 6 lo p. m.
aueave luniiiifioii, ior rcrryf ui nu inirriiaevi-
ate places, at 7.10 p. m.
Leave Baltimore, for Havre de Grace and Inter
mediate stations, at 9 a. m.
ON SVNDAYS ONLY'
At 1.30 a. m. and 10.60 p. m., from Philadelphia to
At 7 from Baltimore to Philadelphia.
The B.30 a, m. Train from Philadelphia to Balti
more wUl run dally, Mokdays exccited.
S. M. FELTON,
Jan 3 tr President.
POU BOSTON. VIA NEWPORT AND
Jt? FALL RIVER. t
By the splendid and superior steam- . ailT .
STATE, BAY STATE, and STATE OF mAUJU,
of treat atrencth and SDeed. but tartlcularlv
adapted to the navigation of Long Island Sound,
running in connection with the Fall river and Old
Colony railroad, distance of 6Smllea only to Bos-
jucgaVD i icr nu. o, i-uriu river. ucr tue Aaaucrj.
The steamer EMPIRE STATE, Capt. Braytoo,
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridajs, 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
rooms, and every arrangement for the security aad
comfort of passengers, who are afforded by this
route a nlghVs 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 6
A. M., by which they may reach Boston about 8.46
A baggage master Is attached to each steamer,
who receives and tickets the baggage, and accom
panlea tbe same to its destination.
A steamer runs, in connection with this line, be
, tween Fall rlrer and Providence. dallv.excent Sun
Freight to Boston ts forwarded through with
freat dispatch by an Express Train, which, leaves
all river every morning, Sundays excepted, at IU
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 tbe
office, on Pier No. s, North river. For state-rooms
and berths, apply on board, or If desired to secure
them In advance, to
WM. BORDEN, Agent,
aug 17 tf 70 and 71 West street, N. V.
TO CIVILIANS. OFFICERS, BANDS-MEN,
SOLDIERS, AND OTHERS.
THE BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD
are runnlngihrough passenger trains from Wash
ington to the Ohio river, without change of cars
dally at Vm a. m. and 6pm, and offers greater In
ducements to the traveling publle that any other
route, vis i
LESS CHANGFS 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 laying
over at any point on the route.
Passengers procuring tickets by this route, save
the delay and expense of Omnibus transfer.
REMEMBER THE ONLY OFFICE to procure
tickets, Is at the depot of B. & O. R. R, Baggage
received at any hour during the day, and no charge
for handling baggage. aug2Q tf
QAFETY, SPEED, AND COSXFORT.
WORCESTER, PALMER, FITCHBURO,
NASHUA, LOWFLL, CONCORD. THE
WHITE MOUNTAINS, AND IN
- aifpfc. THE new and ataunch ateamera of
JidUflpaC the Norwich Line, CITY OF BOS-
lun aim -.i
Y OF NEW YORK, leave New York
uniiy. ,ououy ncrpiwj at o'cioca, p. in., irom
Pier No. SO, North River, foot of Vestry street.
FOR NEW LONDON. '
There connecting with the Steamboat Express
Train for the above points, via Norwich and Vor-
ceaii-r, uunun a,uu wurceaier, n urenier man
Nashau, and New London and Northern Railroads.
Freight taken at tbe lowest rates.
For Information, Inquire of
E. S. MARTIN,
my SO tf Agent, on the Pier.
npXIIS IB TO QIVE NOTICE. That the
I uhtutrtber hath obtained from the Umhana'
Court of Washington county. In the District of Co
lumbia, letters oi administration on tne personal
estate of Noah Drummond, late of Washington
county.deceased. All personshavlngclatms against
the said deceased are hereby warned to exhibit the
same, WIlU tne yuueuera .uercui. iu u uvair.iarr,
on or before the fifteenth day of November next
they may otherwise bylaw be excluded from all
benefit of the said estate. , ,
Given under my hand this fifteenth day of No
vember, A. D. 1863. JOHN . imuMUUflU,
Prince George county, Md.
Claims against the estate may be left at the office
ot Lemuel J. Mlddleton, Esq , corner of TwelRh and
F streets. nov 17 lawJw
MORE IIEAUTIFUL CLOAKS We have
now on exhibition the largest and best assort
ed stock of
i we have ever offered to the public. Among them
i will be found all the new styles of the season, and
' at very moderate prices.
I Also, Frosted Bcav er, UouBkLn, Plush, and Black
Cloaking Cloth, In great variety,
nor 19-eod6t M. TAYLOR k CO.
KW BOATV-NKW, CA1U.
AH O'clock, P. M
rmbsf " i a
PIER n N. R., FOOT OF YESTRY STREET.
The new' tad marattleeht ateauer CITY OF HO .
TON, Wm. Wilcox, commander, from New York
Tuesdays. Thursdays,' and Saturdays! d from,
newjAHaJMii- monuaja, weuacaoajB. wnaanuyja.
The new and maglfloent steamer CITY OF NEW
YORK, Thomas O. Jewett.' commander, from New
York Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays! from
New London Tuesdays, Thursdays, and featun
days. , t
, These iwonewsieameranaveDeen buuiexpress
ly for this route, wtthallmoderalmprovementi,!n
eluding Water Tight Compartment, and are the
only ateamera ever built for Long Island Sound
with this great life-preserving Improvement.
Conductors accompany the steamers each way.
i Pneeene era oroeeeil from New London Immediate
ly on arrival of steamers, by Express Train to Boa
ion, norcciier. IaOwcii. Lnwrencv, gTaicnuuig
Nashua, Concord, tbe White Mountains, le. ae.
Passengera returning from Boston leave the De
pot of the Boston and Worcester railroad at 6.10
P. M , Worcester 7, P. M., arriving at New London
Freight taken at the Lowest Rates, and deliver
ed In Boston early the next day.
State Rooms In abundance can be had on boar.
steamers, or at the Boston or New York offlces. In
advance. K, 8. MARTIN, AgenV
my tf Pier , N. R.
GIIKAT CKlfTRAC. ROUTE
, , For (he IVest, via
HVDSOKntVER RAILROAD and XJLh
YORK CENTRAL RAILROAD.
Off AMD AI-TEH DKCCMBt 9, 1MI,
Express Tralne leave New York city depots of
Hndaon River Railroad dally,Sandays excepted, as
From Chambers street
From toth street station1
At 7 25 a.m.
11.30 a. m., O-Mp, m
s op.m. ,
At T a.m.
II a.m., 6 p.m.
Montreal and Buffalo
Train witn sleeping
warp, ivtiojr. ui.
uu aunoays, u iouowi
ng tratnawlllbe run In
and from swh streett The 10 o p. m. sleeping ear
train for Albany and Troy, and the ISO a, m. front
Troy, and 4 46 p. m. train from Albany.
ixoiiavcianii at Aiomar wiui ut nvw larK-in
tral Railroad for Schenectady, Rochester, Utloa.
Batavla, Rome, and stations on Rome and Water
town Railroad, Buffalo, Syraeuse, Niagara Falls,
Suspension Bridge, Auburn, Geneva, Canaddeigua.
Trains In connection leave Buffalo and Suspen
sion via Lake Shore, Baealo and Lake Huron and
Great Western Railroad, for Hamilton, Toronto,
Detroit, Chicago. Toledo, Mllwaukie, Fond do Lac,
La Crosse, Madison, Prairie DuChlea, Galena,
Dunletth Dubuque, Peoria, Rock Island, Musta
tlne, Iowa City Burlington, Qulncy, Springfield,
Alton, st. Louis, Calro.Terre Haute, Indianapolis,
Louisville, Cincinnati. Dayton. Columbus, jCleree
land, and all points West, Northwest, and South
NORTHERN ROUTE. U,
Connecting with Trains at Tray, with Troy and
Boston, and Rens, and Caratoga Roads for -Sarato-J
ga, Whitehall. Rutland. Burlington, St. Albau.i
Rouse Point, Plattsburgh, Ogdensburgh, Montreal,,
lie , fce. "
'- Freight Arangements by this route as above,
without change of cars, from the Depots in Cham-'
bers and Hudson streets, are at all tlmea as favora-i
ble as made by other Railroad Companies. The
facilities or this great New York Route," to thi
West, commend if to the confidence of merchants
andahippera for promptness and despatch
riiirugcr irsiui. wiiu ouiuauig mutt oicrpuiK
Cars, run In connetion on the New York Central
For particulars aa to local trains and freight ar-,
rangements, inquire at the depot, 3 Warren street.
A. F. SMITH,
deo 17 Superintendents
Passenger Trains leave via Pavonia Ferry from
foot of Cnambera street, as follows, vis t
6.00 a. m. Mall for Dunkirk and Intermediate
This train remains over night at Elmlra and pro-r
ceeds the next morning. , ,
7 00 a. m. Express, for Buffalo and principal In
9 00 a.m. Milk, dally, for Otlsrllle and interne--,
dlateatatlons.1 i - ,
13.16 p. m. Accommodation, dally, for Port Jervle
and principal atatlons. " l '
4 oo p. m. Way, for Mlddletown, Newburgh, and
6 00 p. m. Night Express, dally, for Dunkirk, Buf
falo, Canandalgua, and principals stations. The
train of Saturday runs through to Buffalo, but does
not ran to Dunkirk.
7 00 p. m. Emigrant, for Dunkirk and principal
The Express Trains connect at Hornellavllle with,
railroad lor Buffalo, at Elmlra with the Canandal
gua and Niagara falls Rallroadi at Blnghamton,
with the Syraeuse Railroad) at Corning with the
railroad for Rochester and Buffalo) at Great Bend,
with the railroad for Scranton, ana at Buffalo and
Dunkirk with the Lake Shore Railroad for Cleve
land, Cincinnati, Toledo. Detroit, Chicago, etc., and
me uanaoa rauroaas,-
fa a A Q
Is distilled In London, and put
up solely In quart and pint bot
tles, to meet the requirements
of Drugglsta,and those to whom
Pure and Unadulterated Liquor
Is a Necessity or a Luxury.
It la the oldest established of all the GINS (t)
which have started Into existence upon the basis
of its well-deserved and hard-earned celebrity.
It haa no connection wlthf and la In no way like
the trashy mixtures sold as "English Gin," or "Old
Tom," or "London Dock," or "London Gin," sto ,
fce . no matter how much " antiquity'' or "respect
ability" Is assumed by their begetters.
Dr. Valentine Mott, or New York, says t "It Is
far preferable to even rune Holland Gin, and Is the
best article of Its kind I have ever seen," .So say
thousands of phystclana. ,
The New York Herald says i "We are surprised
at its beneficial effects! It is a certain safeguard to
The Philadelphia Ledger sayst "It has no supe
rior, If an equal, in medicinal virtues."
The New Orleans Picayune ears: "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 tnervm."
WoHENor AMEaiCA,forrou It is particularly
adapted. In sickness or health, It Is your greatest
B. BALDWIN At. CO,
Sole 1m ro item,
91 Liberty street, New York.
'Sold In Washington bv
LOVELL, COLLE8 fc CO ,
316 E street, near Pennsylvania avenue,
And by dealers generally. deo 13 ly
CLAIMS AGAINST UNITED STATES.
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 appli
cations for the restoration of property Illegally
aelzed or captured, and for compensation for the
use of private property for Government purposes,
and for damagea for the Injury of such property bj
the army, for military pay, pensions, and bouotj
lands) and for distributive shares of moneys paj a
ble at the Treasury and due to sub-contractors and
They will also give legal advice to claimants,
contractors, and to unprofessional agenta In lltl-
Satedoaiesj and prepare written arguments when
With non-resident Agents who may send tnem
claims, an equitable division of con minions will
Undisputed Demands will be collected and
rromptly remitted for a commission of from a half
a two and a half per cent . depending on the
amount! and 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 services useful to claimants and public
Referenoe maybe made to members of Congress,
and officers of the Government) and especially, by
Eermlistoo.to tbe Hon.Eusit a Whittlesey,.- lrst
omptroller of the Treasury.
Address Messrs. BIGGER k SHERMAN,
Washington, D. C.
Office, No. 316 F street, near Treasury and Wll
OAS AXD STEAM FITTER,
684 Saitiilh itrttl, near Canal Uridyl,
All ordars executed at the shortest notice, la th.
most substantial manasr, aa4 on reasonable terms.
Personal attention given to every department ol
the business. nor M
U l VJUrVO