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l'KOPOSALS. 'OFFICIAL NOTICES.
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i'.iifd -riMoMU fnrel.ee No. rwiiilHi
IV un ' .. ti. iaihai..wnh(lill1.
i i o lock oi.. at which hour the crcrlng of ,
h lit wtii commenced, for tunnelling an I de .
"' ' . .. -Ihawi cihli nam tot. th Tna I
ii. .... aril niri farila niffldl. IDS mt
tr Ida ui .'! embracedlnprlnWeeheulea,
lulu Btrucilcna.wtiJ be furnished on
m nib t rw nrd tent by mad, if is requested, to
V1 d it ns to ll r to con r lit (or any r.il
I, t t nie I therein, by the eomrnendanta
,, ,- i , y trds. f r thedaaaes fr th
. u r! enmiiiftnt), or by th Bevy aeent
t irr lb i o b ne nura ior any or an oi
Top'- ni mi m "d i"f 'f ( ttallng thi
. n fc i - iv rctleed which conaf da-net for
nirt' J in nttivf lopt i nTMiy bid which
H i' fei nd t-mptt't Caetf mtcordinato tht
ttrmi T " rartrf, and each Individual
i it tijnihr b dtndiontrad,
u iff are hertby cautioned and particularly
p , ip i that ti-etr oa mutt b In tht form hen
Aferr'e,lf',1aod hmUedintlm to rtch
i ir iicaMaa loo before tL time expiree for re
vlrftirm. o bldvitl beconttdere JarntrA ihall
et t n-ft after tht pe rtwf ifaf-tf, end nHetrn
suttm 4e for failure of tht mail. All otters mutt
c m) a-iied by a certified CO) y of th bldde r's
lu-iardagatmt offers being pptaMtafor tha
ie iium tuted, birt.lert are ri quntad to eadoria
l r e i o abofe thoaddrcia, and draw a
r t i i ado ttmat, thuti
r fv Ci Aa. (name tht chut or tht
yarda fiamt fit 4rd."i
.". l t . it.. nii.iiinlVti.1i .till nnoai.
ioi it vu ; uifu w .-i
Whinj:tnB, ! O I
lDtructlnni aol frrnii of offer, with coplti oi
t' e lwihca (mm 'hi tubject.will b rurolihed
eo-nmodnti of Mi, nvy acat, aBd the
f-uena, ot l Ueatiin to U or eltUer of then.
CUt Ua 1. tin let cIm No. 3, Stent i elm No
Ok til hrd wodt cluii No. 6, White Pine,
u.t p. ml ciiPdii c No. ?, Llmf,
r . - n r lUii No. 8. Ccmeoti elm No.
f O i-l a id ial( clai No. 0it MouldlOf anJ
r ful Mtio cite cw aM ito. iu, siuei cinii
o li Iron, Iron ntnf nodcplbcii elm No. 13,
ie olfti No 11, rutront li No. H, Fllen
N) is rinti, o.li, aodrlatit dan No. 14,
li pf toitUryt cUia No. '17, llardarf cltii No.
il M i i fryt cUi No. 1, Flrtt wood) elm No.
v 1U atraw) elitiit ro. 1, provender) eUii
o. , l reoalt clati No. 33, Belt Inr. packlr,
.dhu s No 51, Speroi aDdlubrleatliKOllii
t iro i cittnitjit eltai No. 3C, Aui;erat
e l tir-cl ecol clan No. S3, Bliumt-
r. ui i iU tali e!i No. II, Copper aod
f m ii i iUielai Nd. SJ, 2IacMocry aad
m. f i , Lcueut palot,
Clmi No t, Dr cUn o.5 S'onet el No
" C It - 1 hirl woii, elm No 6, White ploe,
rucf. j i pir, oi i)preait eluai No 7, Lime,
mr, -i 1 jNc ; clita No 8, Cement) elm No.
M i it i i ir.hflia No . Monldln and
e n 1 ftbri fru clyi claia o. 11, lion, iron
a a afiJ niU, elm No U, Steelj clan ru 11,
K i c mi ro. n, rlieai ciaaa to. la, tainia,
4 1 j. n- c mi o 1, hlphndlty claaa
t vUi )wr .dual No. H, Stationery; claaa
)v, '-uim .Uii No 30, Hay and atrawi
aa o. 51, r oQlert elm No 33, Chtrenal
uNi 3, U' 1M tc VAklorr and hoaet claaa No.
I ' rm i Mr 'ttlo-t oilii eUaa No. U, Iron
itlmij cltta N 8. uijeri; clait No. 37, An
thracite coalj cltaa No. 59, Bltumlnoua Cumber
and coU cita No. 31, teml-DltumtoouP, Broad
top eoiil. and Ttctui cUai No. W, Muchlncry and
tOij'( clma A, New jotner ihnpi tit B, H, D
mlth'a patent barinr anl mortlilDf machine.
Claaa tio t, Brt-kit cluaa No. 3, Stonet claaa No.
?(. 8 one) o a !0 4, el low ptoe lumber) eUaa
u 6, ikaml haid wnodiclaaa o ,Whlteplne,
ipruee. Jut.ljier, nJ arirtai claaa No. 7, Lime,
hit, od pUa'erf o No. P, Cement i claa No. 9,
tJraiel nd tni; cl aa No. s Moulding and lire
t iai d tirat ol i elm Bo. IU, Slatrt olm No. II,
I no liva itikt-f, and naliat claa No. 13, tel
mi Si u, P iront clia No 14, Filet) claaa No.
9, Plnta, ills autltrlaaa) elitea lo It, fhlp
rhai ill t , ii.a No. 17, Hardware; claaa no. 18,
S ainren il u No 30, H ty and atrawi data N".
:i. Pr veuiior, eUaa N .3J, Lhrcotliclaaa tio, 33,
Initio pelny, acd hoae; data No. 34, S)erni
ai.tl u'i icMn oilai claaa No 31, Iron work,
lex, a.o t a tit Nn. itt, Auserat 0La No 27, An
(nrnt-itfo -it lui 1 M.ml-bltumlaoua,broa(-
p cnal) i-Nii Nn. 31, uprr and compoiltion
ti-llii elm A. Ftic truck, tec.
Claat No l, Erlrkt, c aaa No 1 4tonei clttt No
a. cLIumt ii e lui'wt claia No. 5. Unk and bard
w.m.it tiii.Nn c. Whttei ine. airuee. Junlner. and
a preiai c mt Nn 7, Lime, hilr, and plattcri claaa
No V,CrnVl acd Bind, claaa ho. 11, Iron, iron
it-sea, a daallt; clntt No. li, Steelt clMa No. 14,
v' .. i-'hi i 13. r&lntt. oil, aad elan: claaa
Q I, it t i.iJUrj, cKaa No 17, Hardware)
aib No I- -t-.ltrxerj'i elm N-. 1, Fire-wood)
ata o . ', nay ana lira) ci io. 31, rrovca-
r mi Nn CJ, Chvcoil, elnta No. 33, UeltlDs;,
Tttek'tij ir I I et clma No. 4, pem and tubn-
i . i m. ci ,. No 20. Auerrpt claaa No. 37. An
vt ia i tt No so, f Tt bltumlnoua, breai
Innn. . rl u N i 3 Mftrhiuo'l aad tOOlt, Claia
a li et'ti ttcaturi, elm b,apaik ancaterai
aaa (-, iiui nuiitr.
C t t t. t u'li.ni. c m No. 2. Haft, boot a,
thici.. to t.a No. I, ProtUiboti data So. 4,
IrorcM-n cnn No fi. drv euodai claaa ItO. I.
Dread, k u No. 7, lohioio) claaa No. 8. Coal)
nil pu u, riiiia, i uw, miaa, o.d i ci-p ..u ii,
Lunibfi eiAHt No li, lireuoud) ejaea No 13, Pro
vem'er, cla N. ll, Mlacellnneouii eUaa No. IA,
Hardware cl .. No 16 stationery.
Ctaa No 1, tit'x-ka, data No. S, Sto"-, tUia No
4, leiloa line lumber, cltie Nj. 6, Oak and hard
(i t v No tf, Ut re fine, apruce, juniper, and
yirr i N .7, Lime, hair, anl platter) dan
No a, 1 1 (tit cl tit Nn 0, Gravel and aantli elan
, hLt aod tire land and fire clay j clan
No i I ., r ii nulla and iplkrtt elan No 13,
ie . tiaa, U, P)f-iron( ctata No. It, Filea,
ij N l . lain!, olli, and tlnai) claaa No. 18,
i ip m nj, clan No. 1", hardware; elm No
stl .el.iiNo It. Firewrodt cata No.
m, Ht hiiu itratf, clan o 31, Pmvtnder; elan
' .i, t -aifnal eitta No 23, B Mr:-, packlnr,
aidUiat c ut No il, Sjtcrm and lubricating oilat
olata r.o 4i. R'niKcic cobij ciai ro. f, uhhiu
u ( i. c Uud coal) eUaa No 32, Mviblncry
Clan No. I Bt ; clin No. 3 Yelltw plia
tlei ; claaa N.. 4, Wlu-u pine luaxbei;clni No.
Oait a d h'U Hf)o';cl.aa No. 6, White plte,
,i vf,ju 1; e , anacjprcti) rim ni. i, i.ime, '
Alt nn la ir'.alaca No. a. Cement) clan .No.
ti, Mouiuiu and tire aind and lire ol)c!m No
io Matt ,ei.an No. II, lion, iron apLkca, and nal.ai
c'abb No w, ticlicUaa No 13, Pllron;clni No
14, Hln &at Nu i, Pain a, ulla,and( ait claaa
N .. ll, i. t' cj a' ' tij; claia No, 17, Hardwate,
data No 18 all Lei )0 an No. 19, Firewood)
laaa tio, t lUj- nul ana e;cKia St, 31, Proven
dtr claat . 4.', Cnaico.i,i,lua Ni "3, Belt In tr,
lackicr at d iKiartoiaia No. 31, Sperm acd tub i
'atlo o 'Sua No. J6, Augcra; claaa No 37, An
't.ra.ice t il da. No. io, Bitutuiao V in er-
cd f No ti Soou-Mtuuilobua, broad-top
a a) )um fcintNo 31, Copper a&d coajjcil'ioj
al at i,t ii N it, 21i.ilui.eiy and tuuUjOtwi A,1
Saatut, g t i.
PI NSACOL-., FL.
C1M Vo IB, Sl.lii chamllervi c ata No. 17, lUtf-
wtr j t-IPi No ll, ftttlloaery; elan No. 19, Fire.
7 ol, elaa No. j&, Ha ana it awt claia So, 31,
Pr. en1eri elata So, Jl, perm ami lubrleatlre;
ill - an No. 3, An;rat diaa N- 27, An hiacite
a da - No. SO, lltumlnoua Cumberlani coal,
it a No il, MasrilDer an 1 uoIa. mil lawlw
GUIfi.I'' QUAKTEIiMABTBR'tt OF
FlCHt Jxjt or WAiiiitoTOf.WAiiiiifflTOie,
ii t,Janoary4, 13M.
A idralersia iJrTijti, Hsrlware, Lumber, Leather,
'Jiett Furoiture, iisrneis, an4 Saddlery, are ro-t-sra
1 to 10 nd to this oulce. on the MONDAl ol
eaeh week, a waled proposal or list, in iurticnu
rit.itt ar -.a they aicprcpaiedto furnlihto thii
- t at iLort notice, with tho price ot cacu
. i t ' x plain fixurci, ao that, to eaie the cxl
. ' tliseervtoe reaulre It. the article or ar
',Ulned wlthont delay, and at ht
1.1. njt to sail to this Depot will ba re
- v l.at 1 unetually every riondar
1). H, HUCKi-H,
l (! and t-hief quartermaster,
51(. (KWi i-KMPnoN yi:
)9J J) -'LlfcnF. BACON, Faq,
Uly (Uli.lii b . ti. art a. A.Al... aei1 tr...-
uitr of a iiiiid lor LtiOteAtlon Irom thecoming
frsfr, ftirn uunitrof reutUiaen, limited to one
11 ,l rd rem, ul $I'aj tu, ruy oae aubjeot to the
"neriD cail rtWm tloic, coram f Peanaylva.la
. etiue r.dne. tusU ti aiililepoalttheainount,
t r 1,1a rlr g to thenni-Ues al tt adantrea
of eaoapUir tlAOUralt. huUtt uttt will be provided
I'-rtn-ji ui u drawn, la rutrvtoum their namei
a.i, -ar o the b oki, without auy partiality (or
1 i ii,on couttrulng th abme club, Mr T
li B -tiiur Mr. uacox will beriad t gue
tucti Lii !.u ai on ai may be required, au.t-lw
a ,throu ,andS.M C
CMlTri a. pAItTsi
. 1. in Wc.t r.itlmore street,
Ifce rii-.t diHLui.i l...i.. 1
fCt&t'ruiee" " ' ,k" ' "': Uti to '""""" '
SIKAU AT ALL HOL'MOF THE 1IA
Tho oholw.t l.i. e-, ...it.y" n hind.
'."!. 1IANH OF WAiHlNilTl.l
f3T. 1 boir. orxAftizeu ujiur u.e Naiiocai
E. L of tae lAit Conzrcn, 11 cncn.a iu.
d7 ' -itt f I uilneis, At tie corner
' r fc te, noelte Tr Aiury li
pirtxtj I 11 o. no. ins I eldcni
W J I, . I ,t, . AI' ie ie3.
APFI01 A L.
NEW ENROLLMENT ACT.
Wab ViTkvnttnT, )
ADJCTAXT OlRIKAl't OlTICI,
WAItlllfOTOl, JU J 6, 1944. )
General Ordtt, No. S2L
The following act of Congreei i la put
the Information and government ol ell
Public No. 199.1
. .... . .
The following act of Congrcia la published (or
An ad further to regulate and pro Me for the en
lolllne; and calling out the national form, and
for other purpotei,
Vt U tnactti ty tht Strut and Vovu Rtprttento
tht of tht VniltJ Vatn of America In Cencreii c-
unlUI, That the PrealdeBt of the uouea smte
nay, at hli dlicretlon, at any time hereafter, call
for any Dumber of men aa toiunxena, ior the re
areitlre tar mi of one, two and three yean for mill
tarr afrrlceiand any auch volunteer, or, laeaae
ofdratt, aa hereinafter provided, any tuaitltute,
halt be credited to the town, townihlp, ward ot a
city, precinct, or election dtatxlot, or of a eounty
not as aubdlrldeJ, toward the quote of which he
inav hat e volunteered or engaged aa a aubititutej
and erery volunteer who la accepted aod muttered
into the tervlce for a term of eneyear, u&leai
aooner ditcharfeihall receive, aod bo jald by
the United Statea, a bounty of 100 and it for a
term of two)eara. unleaa eooner dltehargrd, a
bounty of $300) and If for a term of three yeara,
onleaa aoontr dli charged, a bounty of 300; one
third of which bounty ahall be paid to the aoldier
at ut time of liia being muttered into tee service,
one third at the expiration of one half of hie term
of aervlee, and one third at the expiration of hit
term ol lervlte. And in eaie or hit ueaw wnue in
tivlce, the rtaldue of hla bounty unpaid ahall be
paid to hli widow, U he ahall have left a widow,
tr not, to hla children, or If there be none, to hla
mother. If the be a widow,
Sec. 3. And It U futthtr enadtd, That In eaie the
ouota. or any part thereof, of aay town, townahlp,
ward of a city, precinct, rr election dlatrlet, or of
aay county not lOiuMiviaej, icau noi oe niiea
within the apace of fifty daye after auch call, then
the Preeldcnt Bhall immediately order a draft for
one year to fill auch quota, or any part thereof,
Mhteh maybe unfilled; and la caae of any auch
drift, no payment of money ahall be accepted or
received by the Government at commutation io
rt lean any enrolled or drafted man from per tonal
obltgatloa to perform military aervlee.
Set). 3. And bt Ufvrthtr taacfei, That It ahall be
lawful for the Executive of any of the Statea to
tend recruiting ageota Into any of the Statea de
clared to be In rebellion, except the statea oi Arn
anaaa, Tennetaee, and Loulalana, to recruit roluo-
teeraundtr any call under the provlaionaof thla
act, who ahall be credited to the State, and to the
rnpectlre aubdlvlitoni thereof, which may pro
cure the tnltetment.
See 4. AndbtitfurthtrtnacUi, That drafted men,
aubitltutei, and olunteeri, w&ea muttered in,
ahall be organized into or anlgned to reglmenta,
batterlea, or other organlsatlone of their own
Statei, and, aa far ai practicable, ahall, when aa-
ilgned, be permitted toaeleet the r own regiments,
battedea, or other orgaalihtlona from among thoae
of their reapective statea which at the time of aa-
ligament may not be filled to their maximum num
ber. Sec.fi. Andbt U further tnadtd. That the twen
tieth aeetion of the act entitled "An act to amend
enact entitled 'An act for enrolling and calling
out the national iorcei, and for other purpoaee.
approved February 34, 1364, ihall be construed to
mean that the Secretary of War ahall diacharge
minora under the age ot elgbtetn years under the
circumstance! and on the conditions preacrlbed In
saldaicilon) aad hereafter, 1' any officer of the
united statea ahall knowingly enuit or mutter
Into the military service any person under the t-e
of sixteen yeara, with er without the consent of
bis parent ir guardian, such person so enlisted or
recruited ahall be Immediately dlacharged upon
repayment of all bounties received; and a ueb re
cruiting or muttering oracer wno an an Knowingly
enlist any person under sixteen yeara of ate ahall
be Ci nutated the service, with forfeiture of all pay
and allowance i, and ihall be aubjeet to such fur
ther punlBhment aa a couit martial may direct.
Sec. t. And i u jurvur tnaatd. That aeetion
three of an set entitled " An act to amend an act
entitled An act for ca llcg out the national forces,
and for other purpses,M approved February 34,
16t(, be, and the aame la hereby, amended so as to
authorize aod direct elitrtet provost marinade,
under the direction of the Trovnt Marina! Cen
tral, to make a draft for one hundred per cent, in
lUUlon to the number required to fill the quota
if any dlatrlet aa provided by laid aeetion.
Sco 7 And It itfurtfur enacted. That icttead of
traveling pay, all drafted persona reporting at the
place ot rendezvous shall be allowed transporta
tion from their placet oi res uence; and persons
dlicfcargcd at the place or reodezt out shall be al
lowed trantportatioj to their placet of reildeoce.
Sec 8. And It it further enacted. That all persona
la the naval tervlce of the United Sra'.ra who have
entered said tervlce during the pieeeot rtbcllloa,
who hate not been crrdlted to the quota of any
town, district, ward, or State, by reaionof their
rrlog In said service and not enrolled prior to
February 31, I8a4, shall be enrolled and credited to
the quotas of the town, ward, dlatrlet, or State In
which they respectively realde, upon at li factory
proof of their residence made to the Secretary of
Sec 9. And be U further enacted, That It any per
son duly dratted shall be abtent from home In
prosecution oi hla uaual butioeia, the provott
martnai oi me aiamei snail cauie him io be duly
notified at toon ai may be, and he shall not be
deemed a deserter, nor llble as such, until notice
haa been given to him and resaonable time al
lowed for him to return and report to the provott
inuahal of his district) but such abaenee shall not
otherwlae alfect his liability under thla act.
Sec 10. And I U further enacted, That nothlcr
contained in tilt act ahall be coaatrued to alter or
In any way affect the prolilons of the seven.
tecnth I'ctlon of an act, approved February J4,
1861, entitled "An act to amend an act entitled
An act for enrolling and calling out the national
force i, and for other purpotea,' " approved March
bto 11 And le it further tnaited, That nothing
contained In thla act ahall be ennatmul to alt n
change the provlatnna of exlltlnc lawa relative to
prriuniinx; prraum inoie- io military eemee to
A 'proved July 4, Ibtji.
By order cf the Secretary of Wan
F D. TOWNSEND,
aull Anlitant Adjutant General.
K V I 0 I A Ii .
OFFICE OF ASJIiTANT JUDGE AD UUATE
ADJUTAXT GEKERtL'l UrtlCC, S
Waiuimoton, July 18, 1861. )
GmeialOrdera, No 330.
I colonel William M. Dunn, Aaalitant JltJge
Advocate General, will take poat at LoultvlUc,
kentu.kv, at which place the office of Attlitact
Jude Advocate General la hereby eatablltbed.
All rerdt of courts martial and military com
mlnloni which are r'qulred by Kegulatloba to tie
forwarded to the Judu Advocate General will be
ami byrihceia orJeiiog tuch courla or commit
lona within the Allllttry Dtpartmrnta of the
Ohio, the leonenee, the Cumberland, the Mlt
touil, Arkaniai, and Kaniai, to the Anil taut
JuJife itv cate General, at Loulavllle.
W ith relerencc to record! of court! aad commit
tloaa, It will be the duty of the Anlitant Judge
Advocate General to call tor iuoU are not for
warJed In due icaaon, to examine them, to return
for correction audi ai are incomplete, and to give
iir mediate notice of latal drfegta to the proper
coinmantier, that aeuteocea may not be llirgally
executed, lie will forward all complete rcoorua
to the Judge Advooata General, but will not be
cxptctcd to prepare report! on themunlcn ipe
.ialiy 1 itruoted to that eject by the Juige Advo
If. Ihe Anlitant Judge Advocate General win
be allowed tho number of rooma at ottlte, mu fual
therefor, anlgned to an Aaatataut 4uartermatter
General In naragrtph lOty), General Regulation!
By order of the secretary of War t
E. D. TOWNSEND,
auii Anlitant Adjutant General,
THE FMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION Of
THE PhLSJDKNT OF THE UNI TED STATES,
ISSUED JANUARY 1, 1883; '
LKT1 EK OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE U. S. TO
THE UNION CONVETION HOLD N AT
SPRINGFIELD. (iLU.) SEPT. t, lUi.
OffleUUy Bevlaed and Corrcctod.
From the Press of tho National Rxpublicai,
For sale by
noia-tf sis Pcnnaylranla avenue.
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
t?a rtuovod hi odoe to th Nortbeaat corner ol
s tod inrteeati. etrocts, oppoiite tae eaat
Jtitttncaof XUa fictmry Jiuilditrf,
V tu jia City,
v nds fipecls IV to (lln.s IU3 Ustttrj
pROrOBALB FOR FOHAQK.
Caisr QtJAJtTxxrtAiTta's orrtix, I
Wash lit eTOw UcroT, reeemne r 9, lGrx, ( '
Sealed proposals are Invited by tht nodetslgBtd
Mr supply Ion the Uolte-1 stales Qntrtcrinaatee's
Department, at Washington, D. C , B itlrooie, Md.
Alcxandxls and Fort Monroe, a., or e.taer rt
thn j placea. with Hay, Corn, Date, aod ft raw.
Bids will he reealvedfor the delivery of W
buabela of corn or oats end So tons of hay or sttau-,
Bidders must state at which of the above-named
points they propose to make delivcriet, and the
rates at which they will make deliveries thereat,
the quantity of each article propoeedto be deliv
ered, the time when aald dehrerira laall be com
ma a rod, and when to N eomplrtet.
The price muat be written out in worda on IN
Corn to be put tip In good atont ieti, of about
two hueheli each. Osti in like aaoka, of aboul
threo Pushela each, lie aarka to be ftirntahert
without extra ahart to the UoTernmcnt. The
hay aod straw to oe seaureiv naieiu
lhe particular kind or description of oats, coro,
hay, or straw, proposed to bedclHersd muat br
All the articles offered under the bids herein In
vited, will be aubjeet to a rigid Inspection ly ttil
Government Inapeitcr before teloc accepted.
rvihtruti will hm awarded from time to time to
the loweat iraponilMe lU'oer, n toe inTereii o
the GovernmAnt may require, and payment will be
made when the whole amoutt sontractea (or a&ai
hava hn 1allrarl and aaeetitcd.
The Udder will be tequircd to aeeompany Mi
propoial with a guarant, aicned by tn o ri)orat
Vic persons, thai to eaao his Md is accepted he ot
they will, within tea days thereafter, execute the
rtnt-aei law the aame. with oM and sufficient
sureties inaeam eriral to the amount of the con
tract, to deliver the foraje propnted in conformity
W l IO ini Kiml OI IU1B nm O tiaeiuu nui m saav
the a aid bidder shall fall to enter Into tbecontract,
they to make good tie differ tnce between the oiler
ot said bidder and the next lowest responsible bid
der, or the persons to wiom the contract ma7 be
The responalblllty of the guarantors muat be
town by the omclal eertlfleatc of a United statea
rxatHat Attnrnmr. LfiUaiit..t or CuitlUl. or atr
other officer under the Tutted r.atcs anvsromenf,
or rfiponaibte person known to thla office.
All I'lJUeri 11 iu I'uuviiy uvuuvuvi u nni-u
or rejection of their pTPifoaals.
ire ruiinamo amir. v. uiiimi ui ivu wuuc
muat bo iNtlbly written In the prorosM.
Fropoeala maaibe addrcsae.1 to BtigatUer General
0. H. Hucker, Chief lepot Qtiarterm aster, Waih
lngton, O. C, and shoold be plainly marked " Pr
pot alt for Forage."
Bond". In a mm equal to the amount of the con
tract, algood by the contractor and both of hit
ruar at tors, will bo required of theauceenful bid-
tier or riauera area "15111115 um vumrBct.
Blank forms of blda,rusraatcB, and bonus, maj
be oMtlncd upon npplleattftn at this otflaa,
FOHM OF PKOPOSAU
(Tov n, County, aod Stats)
I, the subscriber, n hereby propoae to lurniab
and deliver to the United States, at the Quarter.
mutcr'i Dauartment at . eeresablT tC
the terms of your advertl'tment, Inviting propo
aia 1 or isragv, uaitu tTitruiuiiuu aci-t, t'v-
ccmber 8, isat, the following artletea, vtzt
buabela ot Corn, In seeks, at 1 er buabel
of M pounds
1 battels ot oats, in t a alts, at per buihsi
of n pounds.
... tone of baled Uay, at rrr ton of 3,000
tons of baled Str.aw, at - per ton of 3,ooo
Delivery to commence M or before the
day of ' , 196 , and to be oompletcd on or 1 e
lore the day of , 1S . and pic lc;e myaelt
to enter Into a written contract with the Unite 1
Statea, with good and approved securities, within
the space of ten days after being notified that ray
bid has ben accepted.
Your os4ltf at servant, - .
Brigadier General D, H. Ruck em.
Chief Depot Ouartermaater,
Waahlngton, O. C
We. the nndershrned. residenu of '. In
the County of '.and State of-
Hereby, Jointly and severally, covenant with the
Biatec, ana guarantee in caao tne roregoing
be accepted, that he or thej will
within ten daye after tho acceptance of the aald
triw. cnuii ui vontrawt iut iuv umt wkji goiu
and aufilslent turetUe In a sum equal to the
amount of the contract, to furnisn the loraa pro-
Soaed In conformity to the terms ot advertliement
ated December 8, 1883, under which the bid was
made, and, In caae theastd shall fall to
enter Into a contract aa aforeaald, we guarantee to
make good the difference between the offer by the
tald aod the next loweat reeponalble bidder,
or tc person to whom the cottraat may be
Wltne-j, Given under our hands and seals
1 thla dtv ol . tat .
t hereby certify that, to the beat cf my knowl
edge and belief, the above-named guarantor! arc
good and BufBcient aa sureties for the amount for
which thev o3er to be iceurltr.
To be certified by the United States Dlttrlct At
torney, Collector of Customs, or any other otDocr
unucrwifj uattvu otatra uoTcriiaiiiui, or rca;oaBi
ble person known to this oSce.
D. H. nUCKER,
Jifc-tr Brii. Gon. aaHtuartorciaiter.
PROPOSALS FOR LOAN.
TaCAIUBT DEfAKTUEilT. Jul? ffi. IS6I.
Notice la hereby given that aubaeilptlona will be
received by the ireaiurerof the united eiatea, the
several Asilstant Treasurers and Deilgoa'ed De
potltorles, and by the National Banks detlgoated
and (ua Ided aa Dpotltorlea and Financial Agents,
fur lreaturv Notea Dayahle three vears from Au-
guit 19, lbsU.bearlng-loterettat the rate of ceven
and three tenths percent, per anonra, with semi
annual coupona atiaanej, payaoie m lawiui
Theae notes will be convertible, at the oimon of
the holder, at maturity, into aix per cent, gold-
Dvnriua; uuuui. reuoEcikuiv aiier live anil payable
twantv vcara trom Auiuat 16. 18r7.
The notea will bUued In t&e denomination! f t
aiiv, ote nunurci, nve nunareu, one tnouaanu,
and five thouaand dollar), aad will btilnuedln
blank, or payable to order, aa may be dlrccWd by
All Bubieiipttont mutt be for fifty dllais, or
some multiple ot tidy dllara.
Duplicate certificate! will be limed for all de
ooiita. The Dartv deDontlntr mutt en Ion a unou
original eertldcate the denouilnatlon of notei re
quired, and whether they are to beinued la blank
or ua)kiic wuruer. wiien iottuorieu 11 muai oe
leitwun the omeer receiving the depodt, to Le
forwatded to thla Denartmeot.
The notea will be tr ant mlt ted to thr owners,
ireani iranaporiauou cnarxet, ai aoon anerine
receipt of the original Certificate! of Depotlt as
thev can be prepared.
Interest will be allowed to August 15 on all de-
rotita made prior to that date, aud will bo paid by
be Department upon the receipt of the original
Aa the notea draw lnterett Irom Aueuat S. imp,
oni making depoiltiiubaenuent to that date must
pay the Interest accruedfrom date of note to date
Partlea di oaltlog twenty-five thoutaud dollara
and u&warda for these Lotea at anv one time will
be allowed a commluton of oneiuarter of one f er
cent , which will be paid by thla Department upon
the receipt of a hill for the amount, certified to by
the officer with whom thodeooalt wai made. No
deduetlona lot comtulnlons must be made from
Officers reeelvltig deposits will aee that the
proper endorsements are made upon the original
All otfloers authorised to reotlvc deposit! are
requeatedto give to appllcaota all dealred Infor
mation, aad affo.d every facility for making iub
W. T. FEtSENDEN;
Jyas-tf 8e retaiyof the Treatury.
NEWLY COMMISifUNED OFFICERS.
Circular, No. !.
War Dcpartmcuti )
Adjutant Gehlral's uimce, J
WaS)!JM0T05, A USUI t 1, ltt4. )
It is annojnoedfortho Information aod guidance
of allcncerned, that an officer of a three years'
volunteer organization, who reoclvcaanew com
minion at a tJate aubsequsnt to that of his original
entrance Into service, 1 1 held to tentet far three
yean from tht date of httlatt murrr-tn, and not for
three years from the date of original muster-in.
No musters-ln are authorised or recognized by
the War Department.urfAe unejutrtd term of an
organisation. Mustcra so made hare unit irmly
been revoked, bo soon aa brought to notice.
Where musters hare been made by com ml i
aarlea of Musters, or their Assistants, for tht vnet
fired portion of a term, aad ther;v is daubt as to the
position of an officer, the cats involved shou'd be
forwarded through the proper Cummlaaary of
Muitera to the Adjutant General of the Army, for
ihe declalon of the War Departmen
Regulations ilmllar to the foregoing aprli to
organization mutered into tervt't for a period Un
than three yart the general rttlc being that a com-
minionrdornoer shall, In all cases, be mastered la
for the period for which his rrglment or company
waa originally 10 muttered.
If ornceri of veteran organizations do not deaire
to Becure the advantage! of thtr formtr " rommff-
iiotii enj runx," ai contf ranlatcd by section a, 01
Paragraph I, Circular No. tt, current aerlea, from
thiaomce, they can decline to be remustered
therein directed, cad only eervt out tht unexpired
ten of the mutter under icMihthy nay bt acting a
Ihell'At K. D, TOWNJEND,
Anlitant Adjutant General,
TVTBW GAME OF " CARDS.. --TIIK
Ll New Mmical Carda (patronized by the Itov al
Family of Lnglandj are icnt by post for Three
Do'lsrs They are a moit aaiuilng paetime, ami
teach Mutlcal Time quicker than other method.
'A moit mtoreitln and dovar gam." Tim
"AdrnlraWya.Hitedrorteai.Mni Musloal Time '
lUiutrated fonavi Aeua
Addrcis A. JOYCE.
auHisi tiWitTkltlMlitkitNsw Yelk
OnEAT PANIC HOW ItAQlWO I
PttPLTIKO IR THE
COMrLCTE OVKIaTHROW OF HIQH fRICKS.
BTAUTLINO IKTEIXTGENCK 1
COTTON UP I
OOLD UP I ,
EVEHTTUINQ UP !
nut It nikltett not to ut; th Good, oo hind
muit tx mlJ. Kotr la the time to bur
AnJ II e r' I' '
PEOPLE'S CLOTIUNO STOHE,
wbtre you Hill flaj . iple&dld uiortme&t ol
Alio, n Iramm.. .lo.k ot HKADV MADK CLOTH
ING iul GENTLEMEN'! rtMNIIHIKa COODS,
of every deicrlitloQi
COJTOM GOODS SIADK TO ORDER,
At tirlcei tbAtilefy eompetltloo.
CALL AND SEE SAMPLES
before urchlllog cliewhere, At th.
PP.OPLE'3 CLOTIUNO BTOHE,
4M SEVF.NT1I STREET,
orrosiTE the rosT office.
J. II. SMITH,
490 Seventh street.
HALL WE SAY IT?'1
"DARE WK SAT IT1M
We will not be undersold by Smith or any one elc
WE HAVE GOT TUEM.
We can a ell them, and we will tell them.
WE HAVE BEEN SUCCESSFUL,
Und ubtedly owing to the fact that the public
bavefound out and appreciate our motto 1
a ANV SALES, BUT SMALL PROFITS I
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING OOUDJ
AND CLOTHING OF EVERT DESCRIPTION.
BOYS' CLOTHING, AN ENDLESS VARIETY.
AT 4-4 SEVENTH STREF.T.
m8-tf J. BRUCE fr CO.
ESTABLISHED IN ltna
G1E(M t PEAKS ON,
ijOOU AND JOD rRIKTEUB,
11 Ninth Ttrett, near Pennsylvania Avenue,
Having gresMy I acre nod the faclllUet ol tht
above Old established Prtntlni
House by an almost
S..NIIME liENSWAL OF MA1EK1AL
And th addition of seversl vt the most improved
At a prepsred to exevnto 7ory variety of
HNS VISITINU CARD
PLAI1T 03 COLORED UfK.
PnOMPTNB AND DISPATCa
R EL IID ON.
SEMI-WEEKLY ETWEE NFW YORK, WASH
INGTON A.O GEOROKTOWNi i. C,
8ALV011, urn JAB. 8. OK1CKN.
Refuler SAlllof Dey, WEDNESDAYS And SAT
URDAYS, At 19 a. oi., from foot of Ulih llreet,
6wrKctowa, end Tier IS, foot of WaII Atxoet, New
1 dr freight orpAiiAne erndy to
aiunuAn e. ituinctiAHT, Airnts,
foot of lltzh etreet, Georffotowi. ot
.AiuA-a nnnut Ageai,
11T Well etreet, Sew Yot
ADAMS EXPRESS COMPANY,
OFFICE fill FENN. AVENUE,
WatMtujton CCy, D. (X
OIliSAT EASTERN, NOKTZ1ERN, Aim WEST
ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS t
CCcresXajaaUae, Money. J we try, VaUaablit
Motaeu Wtoostfl. sarmd, Ck.,
Forwtrdtfsl with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all
aoaetiibl sections of the country. This Company
has Agencies In the piindpd railway towns In th
.NORTH, EAST, WESTAND MOUTH WEST,
Ita principal office ar
VIXNATL BT, LOUIS, LOUIS-
Connections ar made at New York end Ooaton
with lines forwarding to the Canada and the
British Provinces, and with steamship lines to Liv
erpool, Southampton, and Havre, and thence by
European ex pr cuss to all prominent commercial
towns in Great Britain and on the Continent.
Collestlonof Notes, Drafts, and lUU made at all
sicesslbl parts ol lb United tuts.
AC. DUNN, Aged,
ll wuhlsgton, D. C.
YNOLDB' UO USE,
: it or xiau?nuiTU at. kuo pawh, avzhus,
WASHINGTON l L.
Knit fi it ail 11.11 rs, and atlh shortest
ottcc. I. W. MvYNOLDS,
ode- 1 ITOpTlttori
IlEAT PENNSYLVANIA IIOUTE
NORTHWIJT AND SODTUWUT.
On uit tlte t NOVIMSKR ink tr.lo. will u.r.
rUttleaoe. from th. North CAlr.rt ttttl.. m
XAItHAtlAt IMA. m.
H.rrUhurit AecnmnodAtloD I on p. m.
Lltbtoliif Epreii. ... fJOp. t&.
The On .. a. UaIo from Wuhluftoo eonoeete
wlUi the .M A, m. trAlo from BAltlnora for ntti.
tmr, And U Weil, end for Elnlre, RurfAla,
rtoebeiur, Dunkirk. CAOAndtlfue, toil NlAjtu.
FaUi, .aa for New Tork city.
TheS-Mp. m. TSAllTrnOM WASIUNOTDW
eoo&eeti with th. stop. m. tr Ala from BAltlmore,
lor MllrA tad the North, aad ritutrar( And tlf
jLErrinn cars on night trains.
flOLtMtRt' TICKET. AT OOTIRI.VCT RATIS.
UNK THROUGH TRAIN ON SUNDAY.
LOW FARC AnFqDICK TIME.
K3 For Ticket, aod eay faformAtloa Apply At
the offle. of the Greet Fenn.vlTAalA Route, eoraor
FeoniylrADlA Aeeoue Aad SIaUi etreet, aader Na-
1. N. DUBAnny,
Superintendent N. C. R. R.
K. J. WILK1NS,
Faiaenger and Ticket Agent,
)4-ly Corner sixth at. and Pa. avenue.
AND DALTIUORE IIAILROAD.
On and after Sunday. Jane Hth. 18t4,
PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA
lUltlmorft.atSJOa. m.. fExnreas. Mondavi ex
cepted,) 8,04 a. m., 13 m 3.30 aod 10 30 p. m.
Cbeitcr, at S OS, 11 lfl a, m., 1 to, 130, 4.i, 6, and
II p m.
Wilmington, at 4 to, (Mondays excepted,) 8 0S,
11 la a.m., 1 to, 3 to, 4 to, e, 10 ao, ana 11 p.m.
New Cattle, at 8 0 J a. m. and iUp.n.
Dov er, at s on a. m. and 4,30 p. m.
Salisbury, at a 05 a. m.
TRAINS FOR F1IILDELFHIA LEAVF,
Baltimore at 6.40 and . a. m (Exprcaa,) 1.10,
S33, aad 10 35 p. nu
Wilmlngtoa at 1.43, 45, and t . m,, 13.31, 1, 1 45,
4, 4 si, 7 to, aad f.10 p. tn.
Sat aburyatl p.m.
Dover at t,to a. m. and i fid p, tn.
New CaatU at 8 to a. rsf and fid p. to.
Chettar at 7 4A and S.40 a. to., 1, S.t, 4.10, 6, 8.14,
aod 1 41 p. tn.
leave Baltimore) for Salisbury and intermediate
a tattoos at uM p. m.
Leave Baltimore for Cover and Intermediate sta
tions at l.io p.m.
TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE.
Leave Cheater at 8.40 a. m , and t and 11.08 p. m.
Learn WU ml of ton at 8 to and 3d a. m., and t.U
and II 40 p. m.
FREIGHT TRAIN, with Pananrer car attached.
will leave Wilmington for rerryville and fUterme-
uiiai ica avt 1 o p, n.
SUNDAY.! From Philadelphia to Baltimore
only at 4.30 a. m. and lo.to n, m.
From Philadelphia to Wilmington at 4 JO a. m.,
and 10J0 nod 11 n. m.
rron wiimiogion 10 s-nuaoeipnia a. i.uawm.
Only at 1035 p. m. from Baltimore to rhlladel
phla. jef-ti ii. . aannaipAjiiBupii
ALTIKOHK AND OHIO
and after SUNDAY. June llth. 1ML dallv
trains will bo run between Wuhlnrton and New
):, and Washington and uie weat, as follower
FOR 1-aiILADCLPHlA, NEW YORK and BOSTON,
Lavava VvaMstrton at 740 a. m- 11.15 a. nu 8 to
P. m., dally ox cop; ronday. On Sunday at 8 to p.
m.only. -. .--.--.
IUK UAL.1IOIUHK AtiU rilli wiva.i-iA.
tjcmwv yv mmuiQgwu ava p. m . tinny. t,i ""
day. Paitengera will note thai thla train run
far aa Philadelphia only.
tun rittw luiiiv.
Leave Waihlnxton dallv at6 to p.m. ThU train
iafor iSew 1 otkpauengert exctutivtly.
Leave Washington at t-to, a. m., 740 a. m., 11.15
, m.. I n. m.. 4 id p. nu 7J0 o. tn.. and fcLW d. n.
un ounuaTiCM i.aus. me, a p.m. iohojod, m.
FOR ALL PA UTS OF 1UE WKSr.
Leave Waahlnrton at 640 a. so. and l. 4.45. and
8.30 p. m,dally.eept Sunday.
un sunuay, at a anu a w p, m.
Tick eta ao d to all points Weit. and boaoia
Leave WaahinrtoA at cao. a. m- and 4.4B n. n .
daily, except Sunday.
no (rain tor iunapoiia on ounuav.
Trains leaving Waahlngton at 7.so a. m. and to
p. m. go through to New York vifaouf castios
Sleeping cars on 840 and 8.30 p. m. trains. Berths
can be secured until 6 p. to., dally, at the Ticket
Odce; after that hour they muat be secured ot the
oircpuii tjc vunuugiur.
1 ha rirst and fifth trains atoo at all war noltita.
The 3 p. m. train atupa only at Alauenaburg,
Bellsvllle, Laurel, Anoapotla Junction, and Relay
Houae, ddly, except Sunday. On bundiy It atopa
aui war iHiiuia.
Past eager s will pleaie obierve that the 3 p. ra,
rum only a far at VhUadelphia dally, except Sunday.
On Sunday It runs to Boilxmore only. Also, that the
vp, m. irsmiaxri new tor paiitngtrt only.
For further Information, tickets of erery kind,
, Pplr to George S. Kooatx, Agait at Wash
ingion, or at the ticket office,
W. P. SMITH,
Je3Q-tf General Ticket Agent.
NBW T O 11 It X.1HX1S.
THE CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND rHILADL-
fi-llA AflW TtUITUlt KALLHOAD COdPA
moz rmzjjjZLrmjL to irzw tosk
Aim wat ruLoxa,
rrena WsUmtat tract Wkatrf xbJ (bi
WILL L11VI AS FOLLOWS, VIB I JarO
it A. M.,rla Camden and Amboy CAtA.
AccommodaUon . $US5
va 9 Adca.,vutaiaunana4crsc7Uiyrtew
Jersey Ancommodation s.u
as a. m,, via ccjnaoa ana seney cityi
, Uornllur Sxprejs
it 1 A. M Vi Camden and Jtrsoy City
At 11 A.M.,vlaKeQilglonandJusdyCltyi
Ai 13 M.. via Camden and Ambor a and
A. Aeconimodatloa . s.u
as s t: i-i., via iamaon anu AniDoy u ana
A. Kxprocs ...... g,0
at t r. M-.vlalUiiAlnirtonandJerserCltTi
At V Y.ou via Ueiuliie-ton and JersoyCirji
Ereninf MaU - . . i.fjo
as iiMt-.iii..via ittiiiinrronanaicrsercitTi
SouihcmUslt . 1.00
At lMiitunu ru Kensington ana Jersey
Uty, fwuthcru Express l.ou
it 9 r. u., via uamoen ana Amnoy Aecom
tAtydAtlon (FTdcht and Passenger)
1st dan tlokct a 9.11
SJ alaaatldkat a it
The 9.11 P. K. Zfrenlnf Mail and tho 1.33 (Night)
Southern Express will run daily, (ail others, Suu
la; 1 excepted )
PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LINES.
Leave Walnat etreet wharf at 8 and 8 a.m., 13 a.,
and 3 p m.
Leave Kensington Depot at 11.15 a. m., 3.35, 4.50
and e.45 n. m., and 13Jo a, nx. (night.)
The f .4 p. m Line run dally) all others, Sun
NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA LINES.
Leav e foot of lUrday street at 6 a. m. and 3 p. ra.
From toot of Cortland street at 7, 8 and 10 a. m.,
13 m , 4 and p. m., and 12 night.
Ihe 8 p. m. line runs dally 1 all others Sundays
excel ted. W.JI. GATlULlt, Agent
Fhll'a and N.Y. Lines.
, PwiLArm-Pnia, Dec, is, iwi deal
rtnERMS OF THE BUPREMK COURT
I OF THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Nottae
Thereby given that, by a rule of the Court, it
terms have been fixed a foUowai
Third Monday cf January.
First Monday of May.
Third Monday of October,
Ytrsti oftha Circuit Court.
In which alone a Jury is Impanneled for th trial
of civil cases.)
First Tuesday of February,
Ihlrd Monday of May.
First Tuesday of November,
Ittrmi ofVit Criminal Cowl.
First Monday of March.
1 hlid Monday of June.
First Uonday of December.
Tirtns of Ui VutrUl (wt
1rst Monday of Jane.
Flrtt Monday of Dooember.
First Tuesday ol January.
First Tuesday of 1-ubrm.iy
First Tuesday of March.
First Tuesday of April.
I bird Monday o f May.
First Tuesday ol June.
First Tuesday ol July,
Irst Tuesday ol September.
First Tuesday ol October
First Tuesday ol November,)
First Tuesday of DeeeasUr.
Eyord oftha Court sul. UE18,
.fN ENTLKMEN'ti CLOTniNar.-WE
jf hare now In stcr a fuUstosk of Gentlemen's
tptirg Orcrooala, Bminess Suit, Dress Suit, aad
Fumiahlcg (loodsof thoUteat slylos, manufactur
d with Ui. lime degree of ncatacas, style, aod tle-
iictt, aa 11 oae vt ortier.
WALL, eTKrHENfl A Co ,
sec fauasylvanla Annuo, betwn
Ninth and icoth HUcs.
rsi ir iiusaxiattLi
Dr. M. VUXNVa FrivsU HocptiaJ, la the fed-
rsl Elockt Corner of lVtnth and F ttrecte, oppo
site the roct and rateot Offleee. Rooms it aid t4,
up stairs, Waahlrtioa, D. C.
All dlseaeea a( a private nature trcatvd la the
best sciential rtann.ee aadiadical torn tftosts-i
In 11 . STfBiUTIC AFFltiHOlt, 00.N
ORBHtXA, CLKKT, fTUICTVHk SEMINAL
H'KAKUkS or the result pf VOKVPTlOUs
DREAMS, oranyweakoeaapf XUaUKSkKATIVL
OROAN.t, from any euise whatever, or bow Hni
ilsodlng, thorougnly and radically curwl (a)ji.
00lTt RHKVMATmU SEVHAUllA, and otUl
rilROSlCDlSVASKSttt tht'ERFE.?, NVSCLKS,
BONES, and JOINIXj SCROFVIA, PI.OTVltES
oif Tne FACE, ERVPTlOSSon the Limbs and body
and all othorKHUrTlVFDISKAtESand DISEASE
op rnc BLOOD, from whatever enuse they may
AFFLICTED AND UNFORTUNATE
No miner wtutrotirdlicase, let no false deU-
txciy prevent you from applying lnmedlalc.y' to
Dr. Veliny, who Is acknowlegad to bo by far tht
snoat SUCCESSFUL PHYSICIAN In the treatment
of private diseases Fear not to coot acd make
knrwn your olsfoituses, and he will epcedly tetvd
ycu on your way rejoldiig.
That drcadlal icourg t vt the young, lndulgnd In
when alone, destroys the generative organs, unflta
them for married life, producing weaknewof the
back and llmbc, lose of animation and muscular
power, palpitation of the heart, nerrouslrrltablll-
I7, loss of memory, melancholy habits, Insanity,
consumption, and death.
YOUNG MAN) In view of the dreadful conse
quences of delay, do not fall to make your caae
known Immediately to Dr. Veliny. Your aooreta
with him are sacred, and you may coafldeotlj1 rely
upon his medical aklU.
Thousands whose systems were shattered anl
who wero on the brink ol tho trrare, have been
brought back to rigorous health by Lis skillful
Married persons, or thoso contemplating matrt
naony, who suppcot themsclvesof Impotcney aeml
aalweakueae, or any discus arising from a ro
lased state of ihe genital organs, whether the
sult of disease, injury, youthful Indiscretions, r
indulgence of the passient In riper yeara, are ear
neatly entreated to place themselves under the
care of Dr. V. They may rely with certainty
upon a speedy cure, and belxg restored to fall
health and rigor.
Ha treats with entire success aU dUeasea of
Females a aa LEUCORRHEA or WHITES
LAPSUS UTERI, Ac, d-, d in erery case guar
antees a perfeot CURE.
FEES moderate, and VISITS and COMMUNICA
TIONS strictly PRIVATE and CONFIDENTIAL,
Pxnsoxs calling set no one but the Doirrox.
Those at a distance may be theatzd bt mail,
by sending a statement of CASE, Ate., fro:
DR. 8. B. SIGESMOND A HAYWARD,
380 Pennsylvania avenue, between Twelfth and
Thirteenth streets, Washington.
Dra. S. St H.calla the attention of the nublla to
the following advantages of their Improved ayatamt
iai. luvicciam incur naauiavcture wiu never
corrode nor change color by any adds, and are
three-fourths lighter than any other.
3-1. No teeth or root need be extracted, aa the
artificial ones can be Inserted over them.
3d. The roots wlU be made Inoffensive and never
4th. No temporary teeth are needed, a perms
seat oaea can be made Immediately, thereby pre
serving the natural expreaslon of the face, which,
under the old system, 11 frequently dit figured.
8th. This work has been fully tested for over
five years by many of the first chemist and physi
cians ol thla and the old country.
Dra. 9. A. H. hare also invented a whit Inde
structible metal filling, with which the most sen
sitive teeth can bo filled without pain, and can
buUd up a perfect sound tooth on any aide roots,
which will laat through a lifetime.
TEETH "EXTRACTED WITHOUT PAIN I
With Innoxloua apor, by Dra. Slgecmond A Hay
ward, 3eo Pennsylvania avenue, Inventors and sole
manufacturers of Anaeatla Innoxious vapor (not
Laughing Gas, nor Chloroform or Ether) but
strictly an Anaeatlc agent, entirdy free from ex
onerating efiecti and perfectly harmless causing a
quiet sleep, with pleasant sensations and perfect
insensibility to Pain.
The beat of references given if required.
Call and examine for yoursdvaa. raySJ
THE SUPREME COURT OF TUB
DfSTRCT OF COLUMBIA, HOLDING A
DISTRICT COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES FOR THE SAID DIS.RICT.
To all whom it may concern, GaBETina t
Notice Is here jy given, that on the 3d day of
Aujruat, 1844, the longboat J. H, D. Smoot, Cargo,
Tackle, Ac, were seized for breach of the revenue
law by the United statea mortar schooner Adolph
Hugle, and brought the aame Into this District
for adjudication, and the aame are llbellel and
proseodted in thla Court in the name of the United
States for condemnation 1 and have been arrested by
the Marahal for the reasona In the libel stated; and
that said cause will stand for trial at the City Hall.
In the city of Waahlngton,on the Third MONDAY
of September next, when and where all peraooa
are warned to appear to show cause why condem
nation should not be decreed, and to Intervene for
their Interests. August 34, 1864.
au25-3awtsepl9 IL J. MEIGS, Clerk.
XIIIB IS TO GIVE NOTICE, THAT
the subscriber has obtained from the Orphan
rt of Waahlnrton countv. in the Dlatrlet of Do-
lumbla, letters testamentary on th personal et-
tateoisTanaiBBcnenix,iaeoi wainingiOR county,
Diatrletof Columbia, deceaaed. All peraens having
claim agdnat the said deceased are hereby warned
to exhibit the same, with the vouchers thereof, to
the aubiirlbcr, on or before the 13th day of Aucuat
next) they may otherwlae by law be excluded from
ail benefit of the said estate.
Given under my hand this llth day or August,
1841. ELIZA JANE SCHENIG.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WASHINGTON
COUNTY TO WJTi
In the cat of Ludnda Compton, administratrix
of Lmanucl G. Compton, dcoeeaad, th admlnlatra
trlx aforeaald haa, with th approbaVonol th Or
phans' Court ol Waahlngton county aforeaald, ap
pointed Saturday, the 8th day of September next,
lor the final aettlemcnt and distribution of the
personal estate of the said deceased, and of the
ataeislnhand, aa far as the same have be en col
lected and turned Into money; when and where all
the creditors andheira of aald deceased are notified
to attend, (at the Orphans' Court of Washington
county aforesaid,) with their claims properly
vouched, or they may otherwise br law be ex
cluded from all benefit In said deceased's estate:
provided a copy of this order b published once a
week for three weeks In the Sational Republican
prevlouc to the aald th day of September. 1864,
Test 1 Z. C. BOBBINS, Register of Willi.
in a luaiitn uoree,)
MB PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE,
Between Ninth and Tenth street!, (upiialra )
Th proprietor of this favorlt Restaurant has
pared no pains to make this the best Restaurant
Washington; and he points with pleasure to the
a rxc patronage he has always been honored with,
and reaped fully solicit a continuance of tho aamo,
GAME, OYSTERS, and other rc&cahmenta con-
tantly en tandacd at the moat reaaonablc rate.
' DINNER, AND
prepared at th shortest nolle and in tho moat
Breakfast from 8 to 13 Q'dock. Dinner and Sup
der at aU hours. nay a if
1?0R CAPE MAY.TIIK FABT AND
, commodious at earner
MANHATTAN, Capt. E. A. ItVTiiER,
Loaves Phlla4elnhla. foot of Arch etreet. evcrr
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at 8 a. in , fur
a-ap may; returning;, icavea vapv way every
Monday, Wednesday sod Friday. Fare, 00.
aotm J. A. STEWART, Aftit
-rTA.LiiiuD ai a mirr.K r.on qvackebt.
T-SO.LTf LACK WHERE ACV.CCA.IEOITAtllKb.
. DR. JOHNSTON hAi dlieorered th. moit Cer
tela, Spe-dy Aad oily EfleatuAl nemedyla the
World foe Weekneii of the IlAck or Llmbe. sine.
turee, Arfeetlooe of the Kl'n.r. end BlAdder, In-
nuvil. VI IUT fW'BVja BII14 01IMltirr, JU-
r Dlsshcrgee, Impotency, General DcHU
naneaa, Dyspepsia, Langour, Low Splrlti,
a of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, Tloi-
Idity, Tremhlingt, Dimness of stfht or Glddinen,
is V ' " ea, 1 nroAi, note,or ssin, Anrc
tiooa of the Lungs, stomach or Bowelt thoae Ter
rible Disorders ailalog from the Solitary Habits ol
YouUi thoae iecxit and solitary prcctlees moro
' vtovixna tbsxiB tfx ioig of Syrens to
the Marlnere of Ulyaaes. blighting their most brll
Hani hoii or antlalpatlons, rendering marriage,
SJITWiT1 Tk.. IT,.b'.00,n; h lotlms of Soil
tarr Vice, that dreadful and deatrustlre habit,
which annnedy aweepa to anuntimelygrarethou.
aodcof Young Men of the moat exalted talenta
and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise hare
entranced ll ten log Senatca wfih the thunders of
eloquence, or waked to testacy the living lire mar
call with fnU confidence, "nyro may
Married Periona. op Tnunr tifexi mhI.m,.i.ii..
marriage, being aware or physical weakneaa, or
ganic debility, deformities, fee., speedily cured.
a wuu iiori aimieii unaertae care or Df, j.
may religiously confide on his honor aa a gentle
man, and confidently rely upon his skill as o rhv
dclan ORGANIC WEAKNESS
Immediately Cured and Full Vigor R'B'ored.
This Dreadrnl Diieaia which renders Life mis
erable and Marriage lmpocalble Is the penalty
Pdd by the r let I us of Improper Indulgences,
toung persons are too apt to eommlt exctnrs
fnom not being aware of the dreadful conseqot ncn
J T onauo. Now, who that undeeetanda tho
subject wUl pretend to deny that the power ot pio
creation Is loct sooner by those falling Into Impro
per hablta than by Ihe prudent! Besides being tie
prlredthepleaeureeof healthy offspring, the most
actions and destruetlre symptom a to both. lody
aod mind atite. The system be cornea deranged the
Physical and Mental Functions Weakened) Lon
cf Proereative Power, Ncrvoua Irrltabi.ity, li
pepala, PalpltaUon of the Heart, Indlgeatloo, Con
at. tut Ion el Debility, a Washing of
Coughs, Consumption, Ac
OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Left hand aide, going frem Baltimore street, a few
doors from the corner, Fall not to obierve Lame
Letters mustbeyaW and contain a stamp. Tie
Doctor's Diplomartisng in his office.
Member of tho Royal College of Surgeons, London,
fraduate from one ol the most eminent ("oliegea in
he United Statea, and th greaur part of whoae
life baa been cpent In the hospitals of London, Pt
ria, Philadelphia, aod die where, ha effected Bome
of the most astonishing cures that wee ever
known; many troubled with ringing In the head
and ears when asleep, great nervoutocta. being
alarmed at eudden aounda. biahfulnMa. with in.
qucnt bluablor, attended aomctlmes with a de
rangement 01 tne mma, were cured Immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
Dr. J, addresses all those who have Injured them
selves by improper indulg nee and solitary hablta,
wbloh ruin both body and mind, unfitting them for
either businesa, ajutfy, society or manlage
These are some of the sad and meianoholy effccti
produced by early habit a of youth, aizi Weikneac
of the Backend Limbs, Pains In the H ad, Dlmnet a
ot Steht, Loaa of Moaoalar Power, Papitallon of
the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nerroos Irritability, De
rangement of the Directive Functions, General
Debility, Symptom of Cooiuropllod.
Mixta llt The featrnl effects on the mind are
much to be dreaded Lon of memory, ttenfuaion of
Ideaa, Depreialon of Splrlta, Evil Forebodlnga,
Avertlonto Society, Self-Diat'uit, Love of Soli
tude, Timidity, Ac., are come of the evil prpduc ed.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now Judjre
what 1c the cauie of their declining health, lot og
their rlror, becoming weak, pale, Lervout and
emaciated, baring a singular appearance about
the eyes, cough aud symptoms of consumption.
Who hare Injured themselves by a certain practice
Indulged In when alone a habit frequently learned
from evU companions, or at school, the effecta ol
which are nightly felt, even when asleep, and If
mu ZZli renders marriage Impoaalble, and de
atroya both micu - body ihould apply Immedi
ately. What a pity that a young man, the hope of Ms
country, the pride of hie parents, should be
snatched from aU prcspeots and enjoyments or life,
by the consequence of deviating from the path ol
nature aod Indulging In a certain secret habit.
Such persons must, before contemplating
reflect that a sound mind and body are the moit
necettary requisites to promote connubial happl
neaa. Indeed, without tone, thejourncy through
life beoorhea a weary pilgrimage; the prospect
hourly darkena to the vlcwi the mind becomea
hadowed with dnpalr, and filled wit ft the melan
choly reflection that the happlneaa of another be
comea blighted with our own.
DISEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the mlaguidej and Imprudent votary of
pleaaure find a he has Imbibed the seeds of thii
(alnful dlieaae, It too often happens that an 111
Imedsenaoof abame.or drcadof dlacorervale cri
him from applying to thoaa who, fr m education
and respectability, can alone befriend him He
falls into the handc of Ignorant and deilgnUr pro
tenders, who, Incapable of cuiinr, filch hli pecu
niary substance, keep him trlifiog mouth altci
month, or as tng aa the a mail eat fee canbcoMtin
ed, and In despair leave him with ruiot.il health to
sigh over his galling disappointment) or, by tho
use of that deadly poledh. Mercury, haittu tho
eouitllutlooalaymplomeof this terrible tliacaat.
auch aa AOeotlon of the Head, Throat, Noae, tliln,
etc., progreaaleg with frlsjntlul rapidity till d atii
Euta a period to his dreadful suffering! by lending
1m to that undiscovered country from whta
bourne no traveler returns.
ENDURSKMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thoutandc cured at thla lnitltutlon
within the iait eighteen years, and the nu etous
Important Surgical Operations performed by Dr
Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of the " tin "
and many other papers, notices of which hsv e ap
peared again and -gain before the public, beiidn
hla standing aa a gentleman of character a d rr
LPULniuimj, 11 at Bumcien. guarantee to the m
SKIN DISEASES 8PEEDILY CURED.
Persons writing should be particular lu d reel ing
their letters to his Institution, in the lollowlni
JOHN M. JOHNSTON, M D..
Baltimore Lock Hoapltal,
JslS If Bdtlmore, Maryland.
OLDIERS OF TUB UNION I
Rtedth followlnx Letters received from mm
Comrades a endorsements of the WOULD
KNOWN AND WOULD TRH-.D HEMLD1LS,
known ae PKOF. UOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND
OINTMENT. Yon will here find unsolicited testi
monials received from all parts of the country
where our army of occupation Is in force
He to Your Health) All of you have como one
Interested In your welfare, then do not delay .
Your Life Is Valuable I Not only to yourselves,
but to yoor Fathers and Mothers, Sisters, Wives,
and Brothers, Then, whUe you may, purobai
yonr Hcdthl For to cents, 88 cents, or tl.tu will
when expended tn these medicines, bring you down
to the greenest and ripest old age.
The following are genuine fetters, on file fot
Inspection at this otflco. Copies sent by mail to any
Inquirer. 60 MAID N LANL, N.
QUAKTESMASTER,l DtFAllTUEliT, J
tsth Illinois Volunteers,
Folly Iilaud, S c, November 38, tstit. '
Pro. Uolloway, 80 Wakten Lane, N. F.i
Sim Endosed plenae and two dollara, for wht
send me 000 dollar's worth eaoh of your celebrat
Fills and Ointment, by return maU. Flame attca I
to this at once, for 1 am much la need of the above
Lieut. A. W. FELLOWS, U. M.,
39th Illlnoia Volunteers.
Camp Near Daakdv station, Va.. )
January 7, 18S4.
Prof, Hollowaj 1
Dear Siri I have beard a great deal of tulk
about our famodB Pill a, aad aa I never was iu
the need of them till now, 1 want to try them, rta
Diarrhoea la very prevalent at the preaont tiu
acul me the worth ol the encloaed. louta, U ,
Co. E, 5th Regt , Exedalor IWyiuV
PrtAixi, Term,, Lee. 24, it.
Dear Sihi Pleaie find enclosed one dollar, a
send me the amount la your famous Pills, as i au
troubled with D apepila, aad acck our-.
ioun.Ao, THOMAS F. TUUNLP,
Co. I, 3d Iowa lufant j
Morris IiIaAmc, S. C, Jan. W, H 91
Dear Sihi Lnelosed yeu will BndWocnti, for
which 1 wish you to send me some of your val'ia
uto Fills) sent! them bymnil. Iencloae 10 etc .
Addr ISRAEL C. HALL,
Co. D, 4th N. H. ols., I' it noyal, '
CAMPOPfiTH ExtELBlOb UniOATi. (
January it, wt4. (
Siat Plena sand me for the enclosed 60 centi thr
worth of it In Plllai enclosed find lfi cents to vlj
postage, and you will oblige. Addresa, youis,
1 ftrgLWM. POWERS
Co. E, 6th Regt. Lxcelalor Bngndc,
MORSi Islaho, 8, L., Jan. 31, lt
plsasefind endosed the sum of one dolUi ii
PUIs. I hare Dlarrhaa, and cau'tget it at pi
ao 1 want to try your Pllla. Yours, ho.
Co. D, 101th Regt, Penu, oli ,
Morris Island. S 1
If th reader of thla "notice" cannot get a box o!
Pills or Ointment from the drug store In his pla:v,
let him write to me. 80 Maiden Lane, enclosing tho
amount, and Iwlll maU a box free of ex pun n,
Many dealers will not keep my medicines on Land
because they cannot make as mush proi t a n
other perioni' make, tft ocntr, "ti cents, ai
per box or pot, aj
I EDWARD LYOIiTT.
C40.SU Has. VK., VVAtUPty
Book bound tn.cs.iir iiric TimcY
Hots) aad Calf.