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WASHINGTON. D. C, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE 15, 18G4.
PROPOSALS F0R FORAOK.
Cmir i)vAitTKiiMAtT,f Orricr, I
WabihTo JJrroT. December 8, IMS. f
alJ urciDOiftlt ere Invited b the iindcrsbrned
fur supplying the TJn'ted Rates Quartermaster's
ueitftriucir't a vwwmnrTou, is.eMei.iwrj.aMu.i
Alexandria, end Fnrt Monro. V., or either cl
(neae piiwv'i wun n?, vwriJ, vsta, wu wi
Bids will be received for the delivery of 6,000
trushsls of torn rr oats Mid W tons of hay or straw,
and upward. .
ntflders must slate at which of the above-named
n.-.lftt thv nrflnoae to make dttlTtrlM. Ud the
rates at which they wl" make deliveries thereat,
tbt quantity of each article proposed to be deliv
ered, tbe time when said deliveries shall be com
sconeed, tod when to be completed.
TTie prtw roust b written out la words on the
L.e. to t put ur la rood stout sacks, of about
two bushels 0 Osts tn tike, sacks, of about
tores buahMs rs vs. sacks to be, furnished
without extra auv to io uoTcrument. ids
bV And straw to to securely baled.
The particular kin or desertptfon of oats, corn,
hey, or straw, proposed to be delivered must be
stetedlatbeproposals., .. . I
AU the aliloloe oflrrM under1 the bids hereto In
vited, wilt M subject to a ligM Inspection by the
Govtrnment I AepeeV.r befoi betsc accepted.
Contract will be Awarded from lime to tine to
the lowest responsible bidder, as tat Interest ol
the Government may require, end payment will be
aide when the whole amount contracted tor shall
bare been delivered and excepted. ,
Th Mr1r1r will he rentilrHt In BMAainail 111
vropoial with jrdantitTi timed by twoheponaw
Mtncrvrniii nn id caie mm uia wwyw n vw
thef will, within teodayi thereafter, exerate the
tOQiran tor voe iwavi wna swu uu iuuiviwi
eurctlei In a ion equal to the amount of the eon
tract, to deliver the forare propoted la eonformltf
wththetrmiof thle advertliementi and in ewe
the a&ld bidder rhall fall to enter Into the contract,
thav tn nk nvKl the dl(Trenee between the offer
of laid bidder and the next loweat responsible Md-
oer, or tne perioni to wnom ids ecmirao nay u
The rcipoulMUty of the ftuaraotora mut be
hown by the offlclal certlocate or a United Statei
Irtttrlot Attorney, Collector of Uutonu, or any
other otXloer under the United states GoTerxunest,
or reiponaiDie penon Known wa uui omee.
All bidden will be duly notlfledof the aeeeptanoa
or reJeetlon of their propocala.
The full name andr.O. addnaa of eaeh bidder
mtut be leclbly written In the wopoial.
Propoaala mutt be addx tied to BrUadler General
D 11. pueker, CUel Depot QQartemaiter, Waa
Uftton, D. C, and ahonid b plainly marked " Pro
Bondi, la ft aum iuU toLn amount of ton eon
tract, al$ned by the conuaotor and bota of hit
cuAranbira, will be required of the luoceeafol bid
der or bllden upon lalnf the eontraet.
Viankfornuof bide. ruarantee,aad bono, may
be btalned unon appHtatioa at thle olfiee.
FURtkl OF PROPOSAL.
(Town, vonntyi and Biaty-
tt u am aunt's, in Mctvwy iiivvn v imuiw
anddellTerto the United StaVei, atthe Quarter
uaiter! Department at - acreeably to
the terms of your adTcrtliement, 'nviune propo
sals for forage, dated Washington Depot, De
eember a, I9W, the following articles, tui
bushels of Corn, In saelu, at per bushel
of M pounds.
-.i bushels of Oats, In sacks, at per bushel
i tons of baled llay, at per ton of 3,000
tons of baled straw, at per ton of 2,000
DftllTert- to commence on or before the
aty of --! 18t , and to be completed on or be-
lOrOlaS Uiroi " -(log lUumcagtniHU
a enter iota
a wniwn oduumi wtui uj udimu
States, with rood
the space of ten d
ii eou spprvTru muniiNi wiuuu
utvitiuruciDi neiineu urn or
Dia nh Deen acceDica.
fincvlier Ueneral D H. Huckeb,
Chief Depot Quartermaster
Washington, D. C,
w if unlerslgaed, residents of- , in
IL t4j-itiiy oi - ' -,anu state oi ' ,
bere'ir. jointly and lorcrally. covenant with the
United States, and guarantee In case the foregoing
bid of ' be aiseptd, that he or they will
within ten days After tbe acceptance of the said
Ltd, eaecutc the contract for tho same wltn good
ana sufficient aunties, in a sum equal to the
amount of the contract, to furnish the forage pro
Seed In conformity to the terms of advertisement
tod December 8, tsss, under which the bid was
made, and, In easo tbe said shall fall to
enter into a contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to
make good the difference between the offer by the
itld .i and the next lowest responsible bidder,
i r the person to whom the contract may be
rt .la:s;, l rea under our hands and seals
inn day of , lue
I v.creby certify that, to the best of my knowl
fhtg ad belief, the above-named guarantors are
good and sufficient aa sureties for the amount for
which they otler to be security.
To be eertltledby the United States District At
torney. Collector of Customs, or any other offleer
under the United states Government, or responsi
ble Mtun know n to this office.
dc8-t( Drls. Gen. and Quartermaster,
oitSKtu aonaKSi houses 1
A AR DlPAKTMEHT, CaVALEV DUECAV, )
VI net or uiiikf KUAmimurin. t
WAiiimoTOH, June B, 184. )
SEALED PROPOSALS wilt be received At this
oftloe until 13 o'clock m , MONDAY. June sotb,
1664, for two thousand (3,000) CAVALRY HORSES,
to be delivered at the Government Stables at Glee
boro Depot, near WaiblDgton city, within forty
(40) days from date of eontraet.
Kstdrlorseitobesouod la all particulars, will
nroken, full In flesh, from (Wteen (15) to sixteen (If)
hands high, from rite (5) t- nine (9) years old, In
good condition, and well adaptrd in every way to
Ihcse speciUcatloaa will bo s'rlotly adhered to
and rigidly enforce 1 In every particular.
No bid will bo entertained unless accompanied
liir m. niArantte for Its fslthlul Derrarmanoe.
S3" should any United states oncer guarantee
the proposal of a bidder who should prove to be
Irresponsible, his name will be reported to the Sec
retary oi wu. wua m ccommniiuiiua ui auuu
uillcer be dismissed the service
All htdtttrn anA auaranlori will be held to the itrictett
accountrbUUj, ana every failure to comply with term
of centred, or to mak the contrad tehtn awarded, will
Form of bid and guaranty can bo had on applica
tion to this Offlee.
Successful bidders will be prepared to enter Into
written contracts, with good and sufficient secuii
ly, immediately on the acceptance of their bids.
hie oath of allegiance must accompany each bid.
The undeistgned reserves tho right to reject all
bids deemed unreasonable.
Hide for one hundred (100) horses and upwards
will be entertained.
lildi for lA7tf(rnwnorr of Horses required are
ini Ited. , ,
Payment will be promptly made on completion
iNo wiarci vrtil be received.
Proposals must be endorsed "Proposals for Cav
alry Horses," and addressed to Lieut. Col James
A kkin, Chief Quartermaster, Cavalry Dureau,
Washington, D. U. . ,
Any other Information will he nromp ly given
on application, personally r by letter, to
AMPS A LKIN,
Lieutenant C oncl and C ilofUuartermaster,
K3rurchi.se In tho open msrkttwlll be con
tinued at Giesboro Depot u-'U tho contract Is
awarded. Payment male In Certificates of In
debtedness for seven (1) horse or more. JeS-Ut
DEPARTSirNT OF THE llfTEBIOB,
U. S. Patent Oi vice, June B, 1814. f
I roposals for furnishing such stationery as may
Ti j required by this Dureau during the fiscal year
vnllng Juno SO, 1865, will be received until 13
o'clock m of TUhlDA Y, the 13th day or July, 1861
Those unaccompanied bysttlsfaetory testimonials
at ability to fulfil a ctmtrtct will not be considered,
and contracts will only bo awarded to manufactu
rers of, or dealers in, the several classes of
"am ai'tlcles furnished muat be or the best quality
af their kind. , ,......,..,
fcaoh proposal must be signed by the Individual
All articles required under a contract muat be
delivered without delay. A failure or relUsal
of the contractor to furnUh proper articles will be
deemed Just cause for abiogatlag the contract.
Articles not named In the schedule, 11 required,
nre to Lo furnished at tho lowest market prices,
nnd the right Is reserved of ordering a greater or
loss quantity of each article) contracted for) as the
uubllo service may requite
Bonds, with approvrd security, must be given by
the individual or firm obtaining the contrae.
Should a contractor refuse or neglect to furnish,
,.,hn rnuired. anv article or articles mentioned
In the contract, the same may be purchased In open
market, and if a gieater prlee has been paid thre
lor than la specified in the contract, the dltlercnee
may be ciiargcu iu wi iujukwi ,u un uci tju
terly account .
Schedules, Biicilf) Uit as near as can be done, the
aniouot, qualin , and dcscrlptlou of the articles re-
nulred. caa be had 00 application at this otfloe
Proitosals must be addressed te the Commission
trot Patents, and indorsed Stationer)."
pnOPOBALB FOR BTATIONERY.
Cntcr QtfAKTEtHAtTx! Orricx,)
DcroT or Waihinotoh,
Waiiiihotoh, June 10, 15W. )
Sealed rropoiali will be reoelred at tbli offlee
until FRIDAY, Jane 34, is4, at 13 o'clock m for
fumlihlDjiTATlONKRYfor t ti Depot for ai
() month from Joly 1, 18C4, m per annexed Sohe
dmle. All artloUi mait be of the very beet Quality,
aamplei of whleh (of paper, one e,alre of enrel
opee, onebftaekasei mutt accompany eaok bid.
Each VWher moat furntib, with ble propoeal, but
one tamfl of the artlele bid for, and tuJofuyrict fbr
each artlole, whloh muat be dlitlnctljr marked
The contract will be awarded to the loweit re-
ruh nrannul muit b tlnM br the Individual
er firm making ltj and.the ability to fulfil the eon-
mil, u iwiraw, noil m sf ruun u ins pinvn
or Mrvini uronoied ai auratlea.
X. .a.' -...t-- .- ...I..J Vl.i. a ... t
enumerated In the Schedule, they re to be f tirnlth-
The Depot Qaartermav'er rekervei t Mmielf
me Tignt oi orpenor, irou uu hi hui, ptwwr
or less quantity, of each' anA every article con
trmt4 Tor. as the Tmhlla terviee mar reoulre.
within six months subsequent to the dale of the
eooirmci, ana, snoaui any nriuuee not De Munrw
wnnm a reaeonaotv tune, nicer peing oruereoi no
also reserves the right to purchase the said artlele
tn open market. At th risk and expense of the
Tutranii or rtorastna ftntrftotlnr to farnlih the same.
He will. In all euee,4cold --t-r the terms of
ine contract nare unn igmpuw wita, anu imwi
the power te annul the contract upon any failure
to comply with its terms .
Danda with ennroved leeurltv ara to be siren bv
the person orwmons contracting, and, In ease of
tractor and bteSaretlei chall be lUble to the for
feiture specified U such bond.
Proposals must be a4dressed to "Brigadier Gen
eral D. II. RUUKCR, Chief Quartermaster, Depot
of Washingtoolp.C.,'' and to be plainly marked
"Proposals far Stationery.
SCRXDULS OP AUTICLXS.
40 reams Manilla wrapplog paper, 3413 inches,
not lna than fio nounds vat ream. Dr ream.
V imoii uuu ruisiu'Q ymn;t, iuvu, uui
leea man so posnut per ream, per -Yam.
xo reims wniia iouo nosi Dauon ruiea. pt ream.
too reams white looUeao Dsocr. ruled, not leas
than la Txtuana rttx ream, ner tcuo.
10 reams law esp paper, ruled, not less than 13
pounui prr renin, per ream.
300 reams white letter paper, ruled, not less than
I pounds pet ream, per ream
300 reams whltn.eommercla) note paper, ruled,
not less tnan a pouons per ream, per ream.
l.ouoeneeu Dioning paper, per sneet
Mblaok books, demlstse full bound, per quire.
48 blank books, font slssyJUU bound, per quire,
loo blank books. erownTM all, bound in cloth.
300 octavo memorandum books, full size, per
1WU U1SQK UUUli SB1I Bl&B. UMk UUUUUl Wl UUIItl
60 time books, deml slzo, bound In cloth, per
t time Dtoics, small quarto aire, Dounu in oioin,
300 time books, small octavo size, bbuod lo
leather, per dozen.
20.000 white official envelopes, No. 13, very thlik,
00,000 white ofllel&l envelopes, o. 10, very thick,
100,000 white official envelop (s, 9x4 lnehts, very
thick, per AI.
iuv,wiu wane utter envelope, gxi laouva,
very thick, per M.
lidozen Axnold'i Writing Fluid, Id quart and
pint bottles, per dozen bottles.
13 dozen suynardfc Noyes1 or other black lok,
In quart, pint, and half-pint bottles, per dozen bot
tles. 13 dozen Arnold's copying Ink, In quart and pint
bott'es, per dozen bottles.
13 dozen Lawrence's copying Ink, In quart and
pint bottles, per dozen bottles
34 dozen David's caiuilne Ink, glass bottles and
stoppers, per dozsn bottles.
w dozen Faber'sor other black lead pencils, Nos
9 knit 1. ht nuklitv. ner doien.
34 dozen Faber'sor other red and blue pencils,
v cozen gin-i mttiaaua, iav(icu, pvi uwecu.
100 gross Glllott's steel pens, assorted per grots
soo gross other steel pens, assorted, per gross.
IS dozen gutta patch pen holders, per dozen.
Adoien other rn holders, selected kinds, iter
13 dozen tin paper Ruers,per dozen.
35 nounds red seallnc wax. 30 sticks to thepoum).
best quality, per pound.
10 pounds white India rubber, 40 pleocs to the
pound, per pounf.
loo dozen pieces red tape, Nos. 17 and 31, per
100 dozen spools red tape, Nos, IT and 33, per
13 t'ozen glass Jars mucilage and brushes, large
za uozin ciMa jari nuciiage man uiubilcb, aiuait
size, per dozen
34 letter copying books, 600, 700, aad 1,000 pages
cash, per dozen.
1 000 sheets abstract paper, ruled to pattern, per
600 sheets return paper, ruled and printed to pat
tern, per sheet.
t reams of bill paper, ruled to pattern, per ream,
4 dozen Ivory paper folders, per dozen.
4 dozen erasers, ivory or wood handles, per
dozen gutta percha rulers, H lnehts long, per
dozen. D. If. HUCKER,
Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster,
JslO-llt Depot of Washington.
OnOPOBALB FOR P U E L
QvABTEBBtASTEJi's Office, U. 8. M. C , I
WAIHISOTOS, Wayl9,1841. J
seaiea propotais win De reeeiveu a tois ouicr,
untU WgDfiaJDAY, the 33d day of June, 18S4. at
3 o'clock, ti. tn , for supplying wood and coat to the
United Mates Marines at Washington city, D. C ,
from the 1st of July, 1644, to the SUth of June, ISCS.
Tbe wood to be good merchantable oak. and to
be delivered, piled, measured and inspected at suoh
points within tho walls of the Marlne'Barrteks as
may be designated by the Commanding Marine
umccr, iree 01 expense to tne unueu itca
The Coal te be beat White Ash, Anthracite Egg
Coal, free from dost, and to weigh 3,340 poundi
veigh 3,340 pounds 10
icted and delivered at
toe ton, to ue wcsbu, icp
such points within the v
of the Marine Bar
racks as mav be designated bv tbe Commanding
Marine Officer, free of expense to the United Stateai
and both wood and coal to be furnished at such
times and In, such quantities aa the said Command
lug Marine Ofileer may require.
Payments will be madeupon the quarterly requi
sitions of the commanding offiocr, stating the
quantities required for the use of his command
agreeably to regulations.
A guarantee to be signed by two responsible per
sona, whoee responsibility must be certified by the
United States District Judge, United states Dis
trict Attorney, or United States Collector, must
accompany each proposal, otherwise It will not be
considered. . .
To bo endorse 1 "Proposals for Fuel," and ad
dressed to tbe undersigned.
W. B. SLACK,
mylS-lawlw Major and Quartermaster.
Waihikoton, June 1, IbM I
Sealed i'ioposals will be received at this u trice
until k RIDAV, the 17th of June, at 4 o'clock p. in ,
for the delivery, at theNew York agenoy. No 4o
Worth street! New York, of K,ooo CURB.
llicie Curry Combs are to be made In strict cup
formltv with the samples, which can be seen at
this office, or at the New York agcnoy,exceptthat
the handles are to bo of birch, beech, or hard
maple. They are to be subject to lmpeotlonat
the factory where made before being received by
the Government. None are to be rooclved or paid
for but such as are approved on Inspection.
Deliveries must be made at the rate of not less
than 6,000 par week or 1,000 per day, oommendng
on the 16th day of July, 1661. They are to be deliv
ered In boxes of 300 each.
Failure to deliver at a specified time will subjeot
tbe contractor to a forfeiture of the quantity due
at that time. No bids will be considered from par
ties other than regular manufacturers of the arti
cle, and such as are known to this Department to
be fully competent to execute la their own shops
the work proposed.
Bidders will enclose with their bids the written
acknowledgment of their sureties, over their own
signatures, ........ . .
tach party obtaining a contract will be requd ed
to enter Into bonds, with approved sureties, for
its faithful execution. , .
Upon the award being made, successful bidders
will be notified, and furnished with forms of con
tract and bond.
Tbe Department reserves the right to reject any
or all bids If not deemed satisfactory.
Pro, osals will be addressed to " Brigadier Gene
ral George D, Hamsaj, Chler of Ordnance, Wash
tngton, D C,"and will be endorsed "Proposals
for Curry Combs."
GEORGE D. ItAMSAl,
Brigadier General, Chief of Ordnance.
AllOHNKV AND COUNSELLOR AI La
Us removed his orflse to the Northeast corner
r snd Fifteenth streets, opposite tke essi
entrance of the Treasury BujiJlot
Washington City, U. C,
Attends especially to sialics upoo sue Uiui-
Navy Department. June 3. 1M1.
generate sealed nrooosali will be received attbe
office of the Secretary of tbe Navy until 3 o'clock
r'.m. oi tnvniuAii am auiaiaaiKut, luciuroiao
og all the stationery that may be required by the
Nitt Department end the eeveral Durea.ua. from
tho latter date to July 1,1805.
All the arttclei furnished must be of the best
quality delivered without delay when ordered,
ua hi e iiiniMuoa 01 1am acau vi toe ouioe inr
which they are required.
If It he required, eaeh bidder for stationery muat
furnlah with hla proposal a sample ol each arti
cle bid for.
No bid will be considered which does not fully
conform to the advertisement, and In whleh each
and every artlele Is not bid for, and in which more
than one price Is named for any one article.
Bonds in sufficient amount, with two or more
approved sureties, for the faithful execution ot the
contract, will be required of the person or person
eontractlnr The authorized names of the sure
ties that will be (riven, aa also satisfactory test I-
moniaas to mini ine ooniraci, musi accompany toe
hldiotharwlia It will not he coasldered
The Department reserves to Itself the right of
ordering greater or icas quantity oi c-.cn Hnu
every artlole contracted for, as tbe public serWce
should any article be require! not enumerated
in the contract. It Is to be furnished at the lowest
market prlee, according to Its quality.
The law of SI March. 1863. niovldet that "no bids
having nominal or fictitious prices shall be son-
tui luujwi'jca icucumg I'vuiuva. a ucauj aa
can now be done, the amount, quality, and de scrip
uoa oi on oi iue Kf itoir ukci to urn rcquircu.
60 reams regulation paper, per sample, per
60 reams regulation paper, per simple, en-
ktstcu Bvauior, per ream.
10 reams heavy, white laid, despatch cap, stop
ruled, per ream.
40 reams heavy, white laid, dispatch cap, stop
ruled, engraved heading, per ream.
20 reams foolscap, white or blur, ruled, per
30 reams foolscap, white or blue, ruled, en
graved heading, per ream.
75 reams extra superfine, blue or white, laid or
wove, letter paper, per ream.
76 reams extra superfine, blue or white, laid er
wove, letter paper, engraved heading,
20 reams bt at note oaoer. thick, ner ream
20 reams best note piper, thick, engraved hoad-
1BB-. per ream.
19 reams best note paper, medium, per ream.
16 reams I eat note paper, medium, engraved
beadirg, per ream.
30 reams copying er Uaiue paper, 3l by 6
Inches, per ream.
10 reams Manilla paper, S3 by SI Inches, nV, per
30 reams best buff or white envelop paper,
royal, flat, per ream.
160 yards tracing cloth, per square yard,
fi rolls tracing paper, per roll
60 sheets oil paper, per sheet.
m re ami uiotuog paper, iotii ysi ream
60 Quires natent d
i oiotunr Doarus, p
r. per shee
160 sheets elephant drawing paper, per sheet,
75 sheets double elephant
rawloj paper, per
so sheets antiquarian drawing paper, per sheet.
30,000 best buff or white envelopes, Government
ratters, official size, printed u lamp, per
30(0X best buff or white envelopes, Government
0,000 best buff or white envelopes. Government
nattern. unstsmn. du 1.000.
10,000 best buff or white envelopes, letter size,
printed stamp, per 1,000.
10,000 best buff or white envelopes, letter size, en-
OTBVCU RbBIUU. Cf 1VW,
6,000 best white official envelopes, engraved stamp,
10 by V lushes, per 1,000.
10,000 best white 0 metal envelopes, mcrirtvd stamp,
B bv a Inches, dm 1.000.
10,000 best white 0 metal envelopes, engraved stamp,
v irj a lufiirf, 'cr ,,uw.
0.000 best white official envelopes, engraved stamp,
10X bj 4'i inches, per l.yoo
6 000 best e ream-laid wu elopes, letter sire, per
6,000 best ereamlald envelopes, note sire, per
1,000 best cnvelepes, card size, per 1 OOu.
I.000 patent cloth-lined envelopes, 8X by 4 inches,
1,000 patent cloth-lined euvclopcs,fi by 4 Inches,
I ,eoo patent cloth-lined em elopes,6 ', byS xi Inches,
90 gross steel pens, on cards or In boxes, (the
Department to hat e tbe liber t) of select
ing irom mil too uinercot Minas manu
factured,) per gross.
30 doxen pen holders, of the various kinds man
ufactured, per dozen.
13 dozen ren holders, snitta percha. tier dozen.
31 gold pens, large size, with silver extension
iiuiuvra, wa uiauuiatturv, fer vn.
40 quarts Maynard St Nojes's Ink, In bottles
40 quarts best London copying Ink, per quart.
34 ounce bottles Gutott & Co , superfine car
mine, per bottle.
1,000 quills, No. 80, opaque or clarified, per l,w
200 swan quills, per l.ouo.
75 dozen red tape, assorted numbers, per doz
13 dozen silk taste or braid, per doz
a doxen drawlnc thumb tacks. rer doz.
' fl dozen penknives, Rodgers's best, buck or
pearl handles, 4 blades, per doz.
4 dozen erasers, large size, Ivory handles, In
cases, Rodgers's, per doz.
I dozen pairs of shears, bestquallt),B lnoh
blade, per doz.
1 dozen pairs of shears, best quality,! loch
blade, per doz.
I dozen pairs ot scissors, beat quality, per doz.
t UO ivu glia iLiiauu, melanin mmaf, vuv
era, psr doz.
S dozen nine Inch ivory folders, per doz
86 dozen black lead pencils, Faber a best, as
sorted Nos , per doz.
10 dozen best drawing lead pencils, per doz
iv uozen e aoen artists' pencils, per uoz.
13 dozen beat Faber's red and blue pencils, per
a dozen sable brushes, assorted per doz.
s dozen camel hair brushes, assorted, per doz.
3 dozen letter clips, per doz.
3 dozen sticks best India Ink, per doz,
30 dozen rubber bands, assorted sizes, per doz
SO pounds extra superfine scarlet scaling wax
10 pounds best quality wafers, per pound
10 pounds gum arabla, pulverized, per pound.
I dezen prepared mucilage and brush, large,
6 dozen prepared mucilage and brush, small,
60 ounces office sponge, per ounce.
, s dozen glass or china sponge cups, per dozen
10 pounds best hemp twine, per pound
10 pounds best linen twine, per pound
6 quarts black sand, per quart.
9 dozen best prepared or virgin India rubber,
13 four-quire blank books, indexed, per quire.
13 three-quire blank books, Indexed, per quire.
6 dozen cap copying books, indexed, per quire.
6 dozen letter copying books, Indexed, per
u A MEIUCAN SPOOL COTTON."
roiiTSMounx btkam factoi.'.
BEST 1 COIlD SOFT FIM8HI.1),
AMOHY'S ENAMELLED THHtGAU.
KVERY SPOOL WARRANTED 0O YARDS,
EQUAL IN ALL RESPECTS TO IMPORTED.
CHAUU.S AMOR., JR ,alU,
305 Church alley,
NATIONAL BANK OF WAdUINUTON
Capital 9 5UO.OOO,
ffThia Bamx, organized under the National
Banking Law of the last Congress, Is oieoed tbla
day for the transaction of business, at tbe eorner
Of Fifteenth and F streets, opposite Treasury De
partment. IL U COOKE, President,
Wm B HcrriKeioir, Cashier. sett-H
WASniNQTOV, June II. 1864.
Sealed Proposals will be received at this offlae
until MONDAY, the 37th day ol June, 1664, for 34
founder and SS-pounder Shell, to be delivered In
he following quantitree at the under-named
Araenais, tixi . .
At the Watervllef Arsenal. New Yotk.fl.tXW.
At the New York Arsenal, Governor's Islard,
New York, 10,000,
At the Alleghany Arsenal, Pittsburg, 6,000.
At the Washington Arsenal. D a, 0,000.
At the Wetcrvltet ArsensJ, New York, 0,000.
At the New York ArsensJ, Governor! Island,
New York, 10,000.
At the Alleghany Arsenal, Plttsbarr, 5,000.
At the Washington Arsenal, D. C, 6,000,
Tbeso projeculei are to bo made of the kind of
metal and inspected after the rales laid down In
the Ordnance M anual, tbe tensile strength to be not
less than 14 000 pounds per square inch
They are to be made In aseordancewlth the le
st ructions given in the) Ordnance Manual.
Drawings can be seen at any ef the United States
The projectiles are to be In rpected M the foundry
where caa!"iaU re to be delivered at tbe arsends
free of charge for transportation or handling
Deliveries must be made at the rati nf not leee
than onotenth f MOtht of the whole amount 7
traeted for tier week, the first dtllvarr to be made
on the Sth day of July, 1964.
Failure to make deliveries at a specified timer
will subject the contractor ton forfeiture or the
number he may fall to deliver at that time.
Separate proposals must be made for each calibre.
Bidders will state explicitly tbe arsenal or
arsenals where they propose to deliver, and the
number of project ilea they propose to deliver at
uh ntaae. If for mora than erne.
nu dwi wiu oe reoeivea irom parties otoer tnau
founders or proprietors of works, who are known
to the Department to bo capable ol executing; the t
work proposed for.
Should any party obtaining a contract offer shell
other than those castlnhliown foundry, they will
be rejected, and the contract rendered null and
- .. r: . "tt. . . ".'.. .'-.-.. .1 . .. :
The bidder will be required to accompany bis
proposition with a guaranty, signed bytwo re
aponalble persons, thst in ease his bid is aeeepted
he will at once execute the contrast for tho same.
wlth good and sufilclent sureties, in a sum equal
to enr-tenth of the amount of the contract, to de
liver lue ntnoiea prviinjaru, in cvuiuiutiijr niiu tits
terms of this advertisenianti and In case the said
bidder should fail to enter Into the contract, they
tn mitia vnoA the difference between the offer of
said MdJer and the next responsible bidder, or tho
person to whom the contract raty be awarded.
The responsibility of the guarantor must be
shown by the official certificate or tnecierK or ine
nearcat district Court, or of the United states Die
Poudsln asumequaltoone-tenthof the am mot
or the contract, signed by the contractor and both
01 na guarantors, win ua trquiiwi 01 in.ucr-a- rcad wlta Interest ond preserved by the thou
fill bidder or bidders upon signing the 00 itraot, r J
FORM OF UUAKANTKk.
Wr. ihaundanlBTneJ.res den's of
the county of , and Ststeof
hercy. Jointly and severally, covenant with the
uniMsisiei, nusmrmw,MiMo uiiuhtiuiuii
hdof .be accented, that he or thev will
at once execute the eontraet for the same with
rood cad nfflelent sureties, tn a sum eoual to one-
icntnoitne smoum 01 wiv cuairc,iu iuruiuu
aril el nrnnoiad In eooformltv to thetermaof the
advertisement dated June 11, 1M4, under whleh the
bid was made; and In case the said shall
faH to enter Into a eontraet as aforesaid, we guar-
of the said andthe next lowest responsible
bldderjor the person to wbom the contract may be
)Hu j.yol ,164,
Wlnfii: .. ta-H ,
Tn thl uiini rami I.M ainni1A tha nrrlfttt.1
l lllvan iimKf r.li MniTi ion
in enter lnla bouli. with .DurorcJ miettci. for Iti
unon w;w n '''"''' m. '; r"'
trait 1 Si "oi ' ,"r01,h"1 """' """" "' co
Tbi mpartuitnt nr th. r.bt to rejict any
or all bids K not iitcmM satlsfastorr.
Proposals will b. addKaB.it. to "BHIOIDIER
?Kf Whhi.W n rStSfiSl i2 .dn,.r.d
nano., Waiblnalon, D p," aoawlll , b. wdoraad
Proposals tor si-pouodar aod sa-voundar aa.u
JellmwMt Drl. Ocn., Lhlef of Ordnaaoe.
It U I T t I n k r R U I T 8 1 1
-... .. .... .. ,. L ,.i rvi..
Bounty to eterans iflos, swo paid lu advance I
Bounty to New Recruits aiai, 2tt paid la ad
"?'.. . .! n .. . . , . .,
nounty for Colored ruenm. m paid lo ad-
Any neraon bringing a recruit or lecruita to my
offlco will be paid liberally.
Volunteers come and get the Bounty and serte
your country. edmonds.
Recruiting Offlcer, oa New'jerMy avenue ono.,
site the depot of the Baltimore aod Ohio full-
road Company, Washington, D. c. mio-tf
( 1ULOHKU VOLUNTKKHB WANTED
ivu-w -wwai --. .-.. I
sjiso C9H DOWN,
PAID IN ADVANCK
609 New Jersey avenue
Any person bringing a RECRUIT or RLCRUIT1
to my office will be paid liberally
NOLUNTEFR AND SAVK YOURSELF FROM
IlLINU UKAr 1A.U. raiu-ii
f R P n A N B ' Q
DISTRICT OF COLUMB
R P n A N B COURT.
OF COLUMBIA, WASHIN3T0N
COUNTY, lo WIT I
JCNE 7, 186L
In the case of Jamea II Jouea, admlstratorot
Elizabeth Stllllogs, deceased, the administrator
lllloga, deceased, the administrator
i with the approbation of the Orphans
Washington county aforesaid, ap
irday, the 3d day of July next, for
lenient and distribution of the person-
aforesaid haa wltbtl
Court of Waahlni
nolnted Saturdav. t
th Hnl irttlemnnt And dtitrlbutlon of the DCrson
al estate of said deceased, and of the assets In
hand, as far as tbe same hate been collected and
turneu into moneri wnen sou wucrv nti iu newt.
ors aod heirs of said deceased are notified to at
tend, (at the Orphans' Court or Washington coun
ty aforesaid,) with their claims properly vouched,
or they may otherwise by law be excluded from
all benefit In said deceased's eatatot provided a
copy of this order be published once a week for
three weeks In the National Republican, pre
vious to the sMJ 3d dny of July, 1&61
Test Z. C HOBBINS.
Jeis-wlw- Register of wills.
AT II ROOMB- RE-OPBNINO.
Begs leave to announce to the clttreos and stran
gers In Washington that he has reopened his
Nos.JTT and 439 E street, between Royenth and
eighth streets, opposite the General Fust OOtoc.
Ibeaerooma have been newly lit ted tip and ar
ranged for the o jmfort of hla pst rona He has also
arranged, on the upper floor,
HATH ROOMS FOR LADIES,
nnd hould respectfully solicit their natruaage.
Hot an 1 cold baths always ready Polite attend
aata to serve all who call on him myn-im
Just Imported, an Invoice of this
N E W C II A M P A U N h W I Ms. ,
of most excellent quality, and moderat m price.
FRKD. S C0ZZKNS,
olo Import! r,
Two doors from Feurt south street.
Also Longworth's Catawba In barrels for cob
TUE KMANOlfATION VKOCL.AMATION
I HE EMANCIPATION PRUCLAMATION UF
THF PRESIDEUT OF THE UNITED STATES
ISSUED JANUARY 1, 1801)
LsVTikR OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE U . 1 0
THE UNION CONVETION HOLDEN Al
.PKlNQFIr LD, (IU-,) SKPT. S, IWS
Otflclally Revised and Corrected.
from the Prew of the National RcruuLicai.
Tor a tie by
t. i' M f"tnTlvnl ivm u.
i i7LiriTl Ii V" i h u7
k.KKS, CHAlHCfCK a Ctl
' vrn f i.-niuyj'svmla 1wrm.ni tmrievnt -rt
asluu4tb C ,
Major Job IUt, Assistant Frlyito Secre
tary to Frosldent ZJncolo, contrtbutos the fol
lowing itlrtins; llttlt poem to Harper W'ttklyt
WIIK1 TUB DOTS COMB ilOMK
There's a happy time eomtng
When the boys come home,
There's a glorious day coming
When the boa come home.
We will end the dreadful story
Of this treason dsrk and gorj
In a sun-burst ol glory
When the boys come home
The day will seem brighter
When the boys some home,
For nur hearts will be lighter
When the boys eome home.
Wives and swset hearts will press them
In their arms, and caress them,
And pray God to b.eac them,
Whei the boys come home
The thin oed ranks will be proudest
When the boys come home.
And their cheer will ring the loudest
When the boys come home.
Tbe full ranks will be shattered,
And the bright arras will be battered
Afid the battle-standards tattere J,
When the boys come hoae.
-Their bayonets maybe rusty
When the boys eome home.
And their natforms dusty
W.Kn the boys eome hemei
But all snail ti.4 ux
Of battle's royal graces
In the brown and bearded faces
'When the boys come home.
Our love shall go to meet them
When the boys come home,
To bless them and to greet them
When the boys come home.
And the fame of their endeavor
Time and change shall not dissever
From the nation's heart forever
When the boys come home.
E tecum k Mawsioi, WAsiuaoToif
We gavo aa account of tho presentation of
rich acrrleo of !lvcr nlata to TTon.
- . . rvir. unA.i. r v, u. r
Schuyler Colfax, Speaker of tho Uouso of
KeprescuUllvps, bearing Iho following Inscrlp-
"irncuiiu iu miiuvki .wiik. o('oicr oi tag
ThlrtvclchthCODcrss of the United States, now
and for many years n faithful Hepresentatlvo ot
the Ninth Lorsr.csalontl IJlstilct of Indiana, em
lnent in the councils of his country, her able and
patriotic defender, and the soldier's friend From
citizens of his own State, who recognise In him
all thai is generous ana just, at a unwavering de
votlon to prlooiple and duty. May 7th. 1664 "
w0 feel bound lo place on record tho
speeches made wn tho occasion, which will bo
sands of our patrons who nre also friends of
Tho presentation spoocU tt as made by lion.
uozu jLcunuouKD, oi mo i rcasury Depart
. a ' '
SrsiCU or MB. M'CCLLOcarr.
Ain. irOLrAXi inavo inoaouor, nnaiieci u w
u- . vA- A-ua-A Hah I. t..v.w .r.
j SnrvnnrYnAttnA frlraae n'tMtlrnMlat at
Jew or your Indiana menas, a testimonial Of
tocir bpittciohui-o yvui -vrTisw w mo ui.
tlon. and their admiration of your public and
private character. I remark that this offering
rsfromaewor jottr friends, because, had It
kan r.n.Hl1Vnmrfi In Tnitlana tlm It
uwu hwiviaui suvnu h uh.wuw uuv.it im.
oar Intention thai to eiprets onr regard for
yon, and each inbecrlpllon bad been Itmltcd to
tha smallcit in known to onr currency, ao
a.. ..... .......'..
Jtoof affection and esteem would liae be' n
far more costly and cICKint tban It Is.
Ttin ln.r!nLlnn unnn It tmll.tn. tttnt Itil.
" eeirico of plate" is presented by citizens of
our Stato to you o BpcaVcr of tno House of
Representatives of tho UnltcU Stales, tbo Itcp.
rcsentatlre of tho Ninth Congressional District
0f thoBtatoof Indlana.and thesoldlcr'a friend.
But, If I correctly Interpret tho eentiments of
. .,,,., r.i,flI h, ; . .n..im,n,. ,hU
your other friends by my own sentiments, this
mottle is not uesuwca merely nor cnicny uc
cause, contending (against tho disadvantages
under which you labored in early life, you
bravely fought jour way from the printing ol
flcoof a small western MUlage, In which you
were a youthful pioneer, to places of high honor
and trnst not because you have for many jenrs
amy rcuruouuiuu kuo tamg uu.nvi iu .uo vua'
gres. of the United Btatcs. not becausoyou arc
now lllllng tbo chair which baa been occupied
by many of the noblest and most talented men
of the nation, and aro so discharging Its dliU-
cuU dnUes l0 challenge the admiration of
even your political opponents, but because, in
every step of your upward career, you tavu
been true toyourconvlctlonsofdutji because,
(alas that the rarity of such virtue should make
the exUbltlou of It so great a compliment to
yon,) with all the opportunities you have bad
for making your distinguished positions con-
triDDt t0 your enrichment, there Is no stain
upon yonrrepntation; because you have done
no public act which your severest friends could
wish undone, and because you stand before the
country a type or mo sen rcnaui, unassuming,
patriotic American citizen.
It is not strange, sir, that the friends who
have known yon from boyhood, and beoa ac
quainted with the struggles of jour early llfcj
who have witnessed your ability as a debater
before tho people and In tho national councils,
the rapid strides you hare made to the high
position you are now filling with such distin
guished ability, and have marked especially
your fidelity to principle, your persoual In
tegrity, and your earnest and active loyalty, It
Is not strange, I say, that these friends should
be proud of yon, and seek an occasion llko the
present to manifest their appreciation of 3 our
But. sir. this testimonial Is not nrcscutcd to
yon, as to one who, havlug rnn a career of
lOaor and usefulness. Is about to reliro from
public life, to rest upon the lanrtls ho has won.
Never did our beloved countrv need tho ser
vices of her able and loyal sons aa sho needs
them to-day. Never were honest, self sacri
ficing, patriotic men for the cabinet, tbe halls
of legislation, and tho field, so necessary as nt
tho present time. When eleven States of tbo
Union have thrown oil" their alleirlance to tbe
Governing tH and the Constitution, and are en
gaged In a nbel.lqn at tho magnitude and vln
utcUvene.s of v. tilth the civilized world stands
aghast) when In tho loyal Btatcs so many of
our people seem to prefer the success of n party
to thu safety of the nation, or attempt to brlbu
n doubtful loyalty, If not sympathy with tho
rebels, under the cover of fidelity to tho Con
stitution; when by so many claiming to be
Inal personal gain Is pursued at the exnenso
ui thu nation's credit, and tho public luUreet
id maao suuscruem 10 private interests, tno
appeal of tho country to her true sons to staud
by her with firm hearts and strong arms and
bonett purposes, can bo neither honorably or
UnlCb I overrate tho strength of the rebellion
and tho desperate energy of its loaders unless
I greatly misapprehend tho nature and magni
tude of tho work to be dono after the rebellion
Is crushed, In permanently establishing uur
institutions upon the basis of universal
freedom and equal rights, and In restoring thu
neodful checks upon the Authority of tho rulers
over the rights of the poople, which must
necessarily bo disturbed, If they do not happeu
to bo wantonly disregarded, In such a war ai la
now being waged upon our own sou unless 1
am too apprehensive in regard to tho future,
great trials are before us as individuals and as
a nation great trials during the continuance
of the war, aud perhaps still greater trials after
the war has been successfully closed t trials that
will tost the endurance, tho loyalty, the virtue
of our people, as thoy have never yet been
tested. Hut I have an abiding faith that tho
people of the free North will be equal to the
worV that Is before themi that success will not
intoxicate nor reverses dishearten themj that,
whatever may bo Its cost, they will continue thu
war until the rebellion is eubdned and tbo In
tmrrltv nf the Union Is assured, and that, when
this Is accomplished, they wlllbe able to correct
whatever tendencies to centralization 1 and lo
Interference with tho rights of the people uud
tbe rights of the Stales the war may r.no
It will continue to cost, as It Is now costing
blood and treasure to crush out this nnnataral
revolt.. but it must bo crushed, because tho ex
istence of the Government, If not tho causo of
civil liberty lotbo United Btatcs, depends upon
Its being crushed, and becanso It will bo lets
costly to do It Uian would be the anarchy and
perpetual war which uonld bo tbe result of Its
When tbe war Is concluded there will ba re
quired wisdom and statesmanship and patriot
ism, to place tho credit of tho nation upon a
solid basis, to 1 cstoro tho proper checks upon
Executive power, to subordlnato the military
to civil authority, and fix tho condition of tho
rebellious States, but wisdom and statesman
ship and patriotism were not wanting in the
organization and establishment of the Govern
ment, and they will not bo lacking In reform
ing and perpetuating It.
The Republic Is not to be overthrown by the
desperate e Torts of a proud aristocracy, to roll
back tho free, progresslvesplrltof tho age, and
to establish upon tho ruins of a part of oar
giant nation a despotic confederacy whoso cor
ncr-stote and cement aro boasttngly pro
claimed to bo buuiau slavery. Lovo of tho
Union In Its entirety, and of constitutional lib
erty Is engraven upon the hearts of the nooplo
of the North, and, with the blessing nf God,
both shall be preserved to them and their de
scendants. Dut, etrtwb.iever trials may be before us.wo
know where yon will bo found. During; tho
war wo shall hear youryolco In the halls of
legislation and beforo tho people, rebnklng
treasou. strengthening the faint hearted, and
inspiriting U10 loyal at home, and sending
uords of cheer and ccouragcmcnt to our gal
lant soldiers In tbo field; and when peace is re
stored to us you will bo.wbat you havo been In
the past, a trlbunoof thu pooplo, a champion nf
popular rights and 01 constitutional liberty.
It Is becanso wo hold you In this high esti
mation, and are confident that your conduct In
the futuro, both In private aud public life, will
do, as ncrcioiore, patriotic, nonorauic, noncit,
upright, that wo tender to you UU pie c It will
doubtless bo less valncd by reason of Its In
tilnslc worth than as an evidence of tho feel
ings that have sought expression In tbo pre
sentation of It. Accept it, sir, with tho cordial
greetings 01 tno donors, and their heartfelt
wishes for your health and happlnens.
REPLY Or US, COLFAX.
MtDeauSih asd Ladies Ato Gxktleubv
or rather let mo drop this formal appellation
nnd call you by tho moro endearing tltloof
friends I scarcely know how to thank you for
tbo mairnltlcent and costly testimonial von
havo presented meto-nlghti for when the hoart
Is full tbo tongno would fain be silent. Vam
abloaa Is this gift Intrinsically, It w.U crer
fosses 3 to me a moro exceeding worm, Dccauso
t camo from friends of my oun State, and Is
a spontaneous offering of their friendship and
affection. It reminds mo of bcloed friends
beyond tho mountains as well as hero; of those
who aro with us to-nlgbt In heart, but not In
person And, as I look aronnd this circle, I
sco In it familiar faces, many who havo known
me from tho days of my childhood till now,
who have been friends of my youth as of my
middle age, and whoio attachment haa been
Tmshakcn as tho hills, growing ntn nt,' r ind
stronger as the Tears rolled bv
To know that you think mc worthy of nuh
a testimonial Is ono of tho most gntlfylng
events of my life, measured though It is by
your friendship Instead of any merits of nine.
It will be a new Incentive so to live that neither
vou nor an of thoso vou represent will ever
hac cause to rigrtt this il iitcrlng mark or
Your confidence and rcrnrd. Whliu 1 live I
will eherlsU this gift as tho most allied of my
life, and, when I shaM pvs away aud Join thoso
who have gone before, though I ciuuoi leave
It to an) nho bear my name, I shall Uko care
that It shall bo preserved as ou ensuring tc-ii
monlal of your friendship and generosity
You must allow tue to add that, though thi a
appreciating our abundaut kindness, anu
feeling wllhlu this circle that electric thrill that
betakens heart answering tn heart, my thoughts
to day and to-nigm nave uaa wun onr itmc
soldiers ut the front, iho t'i rt InUri o th lr
manly forms bit.reen their country and tho
assassins who aro snklug lis llio and theirs
All through the Ion,; hours f this day, n armed
with the prematnro heat of mldsnmmcr till the
shadows lengthened with the returning etc,
and tho twilight darkenod Into nlcht. mvhuirL
has been with these gallant defenders of tho
Vnlon In all their dangers and their aacrlilccs.
To-night they may be clustered around their
bivouacs they may be In tho sharp conflict,
bearing aioittucir nation's Danner a raid snot
and shell and Uame the may bo hurriedly
following a retreating foe or. alas ' they may
belying on the battle-field, their bodies mangled
with rebel bullets, and their slghtloss eyes np
turnod towards that dim unknown to which
their souls have already gono. May 1'rovl
donee cover their heads in tho dav of battle.
and give them victory over thoso hosts beforo
them, ica on uy cmruaius who iisto tno quau
ruplo Infamy of being Intrratcs, parricides,
traltor, and forcsworni victory for an im
perilled bnt not destroyed Union 1 victory over
a gigantic conspiracy to blot tho nation from
tho map of Ihe world) victory which shall tarn
baek tho tide of rebel success, anil restore
peace and unity to a distracted land.
Napoleon, undir the shadow of the myettrl
ous Pyramids, stirred tbo hearts of his soldiers
bv that strlklnir sentence "Soldiers, fortvecn-
turlos look down upon you to-day." Dut, if
tho spirits or tho great ana good aro permitted
In that better land aboe to feet nn Interest Iu
the regions whero they won ibclr Immortal
fame, Washington and his brato compatriots
IOOK down 10 uay upun mu utroca 01 uiu iiu
public who arestrhlng toaao from destruc
lion a land hallowed by their sacrifices and re
sanctified by tbo precious blood split lu its tic
I feel, sir, an honorable pride, In jour remark
that myecY.rest frleudi have seen no public
act of my llfo whlchthtfv could i,l h lnl Utii
unperformed I have striven, sir. a wu hivo
with such generous mrllaUty atllrmid. to lu
faithful to principle and dull, however thick
set mluht bo tho thorus in tbo pcthnav. I)ut
even more valuable and gratifying U that ior-
tlou or luo inscription on tuo suvrco 01 piaie
which speaks of mo as the "Soldier's Friend."
In private and in public life I hatu endeavored
so to act, feeling coustautly, however, that the
debt of obligation to them was too hua y ever
to bo repaid lu deeds. And with my whole
soul 1 can sn) mat 1 vaiuo mat uuu mure man
ofllco.or honors, and would rather bu bound to
their beans and youn-, with hooks oi steel,"
as Shakspearo nrlus,orr.thcrulm thu unseen
out no less poieuuai uearieiriugs 01 nuucuon,
than to enjoy any distinction or earthly fame
Accent, sir. aud all of ou. my irratcful Uv
knowledgmeuti, and bUIeo mo. that to Ljo
a homo in tuo n ear is 01 irieuda who re'gird me
as worthy ol their louuud esteem. uliofuJ
that thoy rcjolco over any success that nny
coino to mu iu uu'j uutwuo aiBOsuareuuii im
In mv sorrows, and Uirbtcn e.i.i l. tVir svni
pathy and allUtlon, is, of a I thoughts, tho
most Inspiriting, and more 1 r tU-s even tban
sll.cr or gold. And when, al last, about to
cntcr ou that sure estate, uLka all of us ou-
wanl travelers to the irravo are destined to in
hcrit. If I may know, when passing a ., ay, that
you will remember mo as ono who did his duty
lauhluiiy ana learicss.y, 1 buuu .itu. ma., f-i
haps, I havo not ih cd entirely In vain
Mr Nasby rcfolceth over tlteomliinttaii
LIU 11 11 c.
IE 0( Dill HAlll., i
loon tne 2,ot (
Now is the wlnlei u onr dlftkonicut, mai I
gellorous summer 1 ho tlonds that orckast
thu perllttlklo horyron Is broak, aud rays frum
tho sun uv sueiess hc peertcd cm, glldln the
noslsuv tin fitbil il wl'h tMijin thatmsky
Honey li kuui out n 1 kirki 1 h '
pereeeded from Nar)relli. IheHndjluls luv
nomlnatnl Fremont MilM m' 1 ti 3 I
L uoer uuu tur rreinoui 111 wi umu . ul
hlm-ln fact I aboo-sod him. I Isft at him fer
n.rtln h!s hare
e in the miauiu, 1 atcooreu mm
UT beln a Catholic, art'l uv slfclln rnttlo from
the GuvmcnL Wen Llnkln aptntcd him Gen
ral I aboozed h'm agin, tnd more than ever
wen ho lehood his Kmanslpashcn Prtxllma
Dot now I disklvcr that I her did him a
grcvous wrong. The most bccomln way a man
kin part his haro Is In the middle, tho stcclln
uv cattle from tho Guvmcntla a act that, no
man who supportld Bookannon'kln concfsVn,
and his abllshnlsm why hczo to be pitied fr
Uv conrse no dlmocrat kla vote fer him, for
there Is a trlflln dllterenco Inourprlnslples, yet
abont a hair ur tho ablishn party ought to do It
by all mencs. Jphn C. Is tho man fer them
Dut whether ho gltts menny votes or few, his
bcin nomlnatld Is salvashcn to ns. Every vote
ho glls Llnkln won't git, and then what
The balr thot almost oyerpowrsmo. We kin
elect a Diraocrat '
This movement puts a new faco upon affairs.
Wo necden't bo pertlkclery anxshus ency m0ar
fer Lcea success In fact I bcleeve It wood be
belter fer ns 3 her Grant whip Loo and talk
Richmond. Fer why Decoc Spozn about
tho time tho Confederasy Is played out we elect
a Dlmocrat, and sporn that Dlmocrat lets up
on em, rcatoars ther niggers, pardons era, pjs
tber debts,) coapensalu then, ez K&vusanod
losses In tho w, ws ther w Id dors,
wooden, they let via her the hetVuv the orflsis
awhile? Of coorso they wood.
I secest that the Com ml Ills who air takln
up tho collcckshun fer Vallandygum send the
mnimv forth wttH In T7aVmiMita Vvnnnnllv Pnin.
aaaaaaauj iwi ... .. .v 4uvu. .4.ivww.a. vwiu-
mlttv. I shel talk ud a colleckshun In mv
congregsihen Immediately fer that pnrpus.
I'ETHOLXUM V. XASDT,
Patcr uv sed church In charge.
List or General Hospitals
Under Direction of Surgeon It, O.Abbott, U, A
i.y M1U it Director Department of
1. Armory marr. Wosblngton. D. U.i
Seventh struct neat, between C and 1) streets
south, In charge of Surgeon D. W. Bliss, U.
Carver. Wash In -non. D. C. Fourteenth
street west, at terminus of city railroad. In
charged of Surgeon U. A. Jndsou, U S. V.
3. Campbell, Washington, D. C, Seventh
street west, at terminus of city railroad north,
in cnargo 01 uurgoon a. r . oneiuon, u. o.
, Columbian, Washington, D. (X, Four
tceuth street west, at terminus, of city rallroa 1,
lu charge of Surgeon T. U. Crosby, U. 8. V.
ti. Desmarres, Washington, DC., corner ot
Fourteenth street and Massachusetts avenue,
In chargo uf Surgeon J. S IlUdreth, U. S. V
fi Don,' las, Washington, D. C, corner of I
street and Vow Jersey avenue, In charge of As
slstant Surgeon Wm. Thomson, U. 8. A.
7. Lmory, Washington, V, C, near Alms
house, east of tho Capitol, In charge of Surgeon
N. U. Mosclcy, U. 8. V.
8 Fairfax Seminary, Virginia, two miles
back of Aleranatla, In charge or Snrgeon D
I Smith, U. 8. V.
U. Flnley, Washington, D. C, Kendall Green,
Fourth sti eet cast, north of tho city, la, charge
of Surscon G. L. Vaneoast, U. S. V.
10 1 1 arc wood, Washington, D. C, Cotco
ran'a farm, Seventh street west. In charge of
burgeon II. D. Bontccou, U. 8. V.
11. Judiciary Square, Washington, D. C ,
Judiciary Siuarc, E street north, between
Fourth and Fifth streets west, lo charge or
At.stant Surgeon Alex. Ingram, U. S. A.
1J. KalotJiuo, (small-pox, )fWasblngton,L)
t , liuci. erccK, out inenty-ursi siruci, 11
chargo of Vllng Assistant Snrgeon It J
Tbomaa, LT 8 A.
ItJ. Llnroln. wasbinrtou, u. C, one milt:
uasl oi Ihu ( apltol, In cliargu of Asftant Sur
gton J C McKce, U. 8 .
M louut L.casaui, .vasumuia, u. v.
FuurtOLUtb struct, ono half ratio boiond tltv
limM, In chargo of AssWatit Surgeon C A
icvau, l. a, a.
11 Se-mlnarv. Gconretown. D. C. corner ot
U abitiiitou nud Qay streete. lu cuartro of Bur
geou II . Ducachet, L. 8. V.
10. Minion, wasuingiou, u. l. ,1 tirceiaun
VewJcrse avenue. In charge of Surgeon J. .
Lldcll, U. 8. V.
17. Stoue, Waahlntou, I 0., Fourteenth
street, opposite Columbian Hospital. In charge
of Adtng Assistant Surgoon I fllcnnan, t
IS. St. Elixabctli. CInsauu Asylum.) Wash
logtou, D C, bey ond Navy Yard west, In charge
of Acting Assistant Surgeon C. IT. Nichols,
u a a
1'J First l)ilslon Ueneral. Alexandria. Va
corner of Fairfax and Cameron streets. In
charge of Sueon Chas. Page, L. S. A.
W. cccona iJivision ucnerai, Aiexanuritt,
a , corner of Mrlnce aud Columbus streets, Hi
chargo of Surgeon T. It. Spencer, U. 8. V.
SI. Third Division General, Alexandrla,Ya.,
ashlngton street, between Queen and Came
run streets. In charge of Surgeon Edwin Dont
Icy, I S. V
J-' 11gur General Hospital, near Alexan
drla, a , In charge of Surgeon Goorgo L. But
ton, L.8. V.
r V I C I A L
WAR DEJ-ABTNFJtT. )
Ai jitant Genl'il'b Orrn X, J
Waiuikoton, D. C, Jiinell.issj )
Ihe lollowing orUcers fitting been reported at
the he ajiurters of the rm far the offerees lure
infter s reined, arc hvrtb) tmtlOed that they
will stand dlsaiis ol the service of the United
Statra, unices, within tirteen (IS) days from this
date, tbey apjear before the Military Conia.lsalon
iu scitiou iu this clt, of which DrUauler General
Lullwclt, United States volunteers, Is Lrcsllcnt,
and mike satisfactory defence to the charges
hornUnj to report to the Medial Director at AWf
0 i;Hd t at ordered.
sioi i Tleuteoant J W Ycaton, 39th United
ttr- colored troops
torfatUngtoreiMJjt iaj'Citmct Fort knelling, Minn
Tirst Lieutenant lugenc L. Tow mend, Veteran
1 oiduct Mnbecotitng an oteranta gfntleman tn re
fiulna to return monef tulen Jrwi a toUttrvkom
lu, wSVe rjllcer rf V guant, had tdilfdtf U i-
Bocoal Ueuticaui Htur Harrlsoo, 31a Ohio
Vitolrd e c of orders atiJ at-Kitce trf Kou leuve
II st Lt nt uMit Isaao Ad Us, VMh I encsylvanla
lintcr- . ., t
iu en 1 tiifUuJ lectc,
C d . teU3AUtS.L 3flMC, 1U1 PtDQiih
Urst Llmtrntnt Miciicl L i O'Drlao, .Si
Ui Itf 1 states culoted troops
I ,ret Lieutenant lt?iJn(n tarej, Hid 111
ioli vo untcera
First Lliutemnt L eiaiuberlin, bittery
f-ihicmlcnt MaryUnt artillery
Urst I ir-ntonvil M (arroll, th Peanaylrsoi.
Isalstant utgeoa rimer Mrhols tlIi I tinoli
tccuud Lieutenant Joseph M Roser, flth Marj
.tidxolunterrs F D TOWNSESD,
jell Assistant Adjutant General
C I A L
War DLrAHTUCllT. 1
. .... t l.rvraal ' fiarraf-ar
XV ASH1KOTUK, June 13, IS. 1
Ihu 1 iuwliiR nwtcd ntneert, chaigeslxwith oi
fences, and heretofore published, we exempt dom
bilogdismlssed the sen loo oltha United states,
the Military Cemmlsalon instituted by special
Urdvia o 63, series of Ibfti, from Uar Depait
mtnt titWn reported tLal sTlsftory detenu
! i mi nmtlo lu their ic sptctuo essis, vln
Lleut-nnntH n Punh nth ivw otx csvau)
rii.t I eutentnt - Drain If ai AewJeut)
BeaomlUiutiUolJiil lis" Ulon tuuDj F
ajw Morgf 1 k DsVlsJaJ Rhods island cacalri
1 ,Ly sy.Yr3ftr-, .
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