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VOL.11. WASHINGTON. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1862 NO. 270 11 i MiMMiBiiMBBWHBMWBWBBBgMBnBBWBWMMwmniiiirrn mrr-ii mini mini mini r'T'nn i ir id i mi hi mm, r ,11 w m iiUiirTrnnHnnnTriTi! )HOPOAI.S FOR MATBH1AL ron I ill Hi NAVY , Havt DiritmuT, 0ttri tf thngrudton, ifc , Sept. H, IMS. StALKD PUOroaALS lolntiUtiMteiUlifor th ntrr for 1h A-ct, rtnt vodlnf toth i. IMS. will J raf If td it U.U Binn utU S v'elook F. U. ol th Slit Oototwf utxt Thtt niOfKMftto nut b t ndor'td Proponlsfar MatwiaJt for LU Any, Himra Omamdion" ko , tbtt T mtr b dUtinfUtW from othtr tmatatn latter Tb ma triala and arttoUt rabnotd In tbi claatM Dimtd ar panlealarlr 4arUad la iht printed itbtdulu , any of whlofa will ba faiatilMd to aaeta aa de.lit toortr,on application totba oommaada&ta cf the ratptoUT yard. or to tba nary aftnl aaaraat tbtrcto, aal tbosa f all tba Tarda, npoa applloailoa to thl flan t a. Thli dlTteloa lata eltatM balatr for tba eoDTiniDei of dtalati In aash, ioh portlou only will ba farntshtd u aia aotoaliy rtqalrtd ft bid. Ttia oomtnandaat and B?y af nt f aaab ita lion will. In addition to iha itbcdaia of olaaari of their own yard, ba a copy of ia aohidaln of tba oihtryard, for uamlaatlan onlr, fromwbleh It may b Judged wbatbtr It will ba dulrabla to auaa arplloatlon for aay of tha otuaca of thoaa yardi. Ofleri mtut ba mad for tba who: of tba elaat at any yard wpoa on of th printed Mhdalt,or In met aosformlt tberrwtth, or thiy will not b aoo' itiirtd. In computing; tba elaMet, tba prlot itatad In tba eotoma of prist will ba tba itaadardaad tba age ra'a of tb olaai will ba oaiilad oat aeecnllig to lb prtoaa itatad. Jnt aoatraat will ba awardad to ua lowttrt (dm Ut blddir who rim mot ar itnritf tor Ha fait I mant. tha United Brat rarra tha nflht f fftf all tha bid for aar alaa, tf daaaaad asofMtaat Ail arilolumiut baof thararvlMitaBKluv.loba d)lrtred In ih nary yard la good order, and la tultabla Tiaaali and ickari, properly marked with tha nam of tba oontraotor, m th om may b, at tboaxpaDM aadrukoftba oon!raetortaad la all . rcipccta tnbjaet to tba lopotion, nuaauraaitnt. couct,wt1ght,ftc f of tba yard whore raoalvid,aaa to th entire aatlifaotlon of tbeeommandtnt tberaof. Bidden are icfrmd toth eommanduta of tha respaetlr yard for eunptc( Initraotloai, or par' tleular deeorlpilm ofth arttolee, and, all other thloga being qail,prcfrnc wtU be gitin to ir tloiea of Amertoin mbftufftotnre Erery offat , m required by th law of loth Anguit, 1840, nut be acosapanled by a wihtenvarantte, tka torm of wh ch i herewith glran Thoa only nhoM Oder raar be accepted will bt notified, and tie eontrot will be fbraarded aa aooa thmaftcr a tyo teal,wbloh tbey will bare qotredto cxeuf wl'hlo ten day after Ira reeeipt at the peat fncc or nary aginoy named by them ttureilej In the fall amount will ba required to rlgn the conflict, and tielr rcaponilblUty eettlied w cy umira oiaiu oinnoi Juflft, uniiea otaiea dial riot attorney, ecllcctor, or navy agent, Aa ad dttlonal tfcnrlty.taenty per eenlum wfU ba with heia from the amonnt of the bUU uatlt the oon raet iball hare been completed; and tlahty per centum of each bill, approved Itttriplioat by the oammaid any or the re pectlre yard-, will be paid by the naff act nt at tba point ol delivery In oartlaoate ot la debudnm or Trcaaory notaa. at the option of ita If . OoTemment " iilll UnUiUU IU 14J VVUIIKI U) (4 UtIBUIl WW made bribe parties of the ftret part in dellteilog all 01 aMi of tngartlelca me mloned In any claaa bid for In the contraot, of iha qatllty and at tba time arlplacei atcTa rorlded, then. and Inthatcaae, the cont-iotor and iilj aareilre will forfeit and r.ay to tba Uclui matea a asm or money not ezet edlog twice the amount of anch clisit. which mar be re covered from tlrne to time, according to the act of Uongreta Id that c e prgTldtd, approfed alar oh 8, la claa 17o Hand thsa following, If a qninttty tn tiJUl ion tqnat t? the face of the cjntraat la d maadvd. It la to be furokhf d on Ilka tarcu and oon dlU-DJ dartag the Caoal year fbrm of Qffw, iTtiah frcm a firm meat b ilgnad by all the n m ten 1,. , cf. ,Inth4 mat of - -, hereby rgue to fur&iih and dI tcMu the reipeotlre nary yarda a'l lb article djqM tnthectaaMibe.-etinui anLextd,agreeablytoiLfeiovUtoraoUhafihedaej ibereior, aud Is o pformiiy with the advertisement of the llaraaof Coritrnctlon, Ao 01 tfd 8eptem ber.laol Should mr offer ba accepted,! request to be add re ad at , a&d the oontract aent to the nary agent at , or to , for elgnature and octtlfioata ilgaalure.A B Dite Wltneai. The eohedule which the bidder eneloec mail be twud tAtvUafTar.andetehof tbaa alaaed by him Oppoi te etch anto )n the hbedal th prta aaual be Mt, the am&unt carrud on), tba aggieaala footed op fr each claim, and the meant likewise written ti word If the partiefi who bid do not retdde near the place wber th arilcUear too delivered, they mu'iname lothtlr offer a person to whom a den ca ihcm are to b de.lvered Form of Guarantee. Ihenadeielioed, -,of . in the State ot , and of -, In the State of , hereby Ruaranty thit Jo casi tha turcROing bid oi . , fur any of the olaeea therein namea be to reptJ, ho or they will, wlihla ten days after thn receiptor th contraot at the poet cCDm name t, or navy agent delgnttid, execnte the contract fbr the earns, wtlU ftood and iiifBolrnt anretlea, and la oas taM ,- ihall tail to eater Into contract u afore tald, we guaranty to make good the difference be. iwiealtw offer, of the itltf and that which may ba accepted. Slgnatureaoftf70guarantors, Date. Wirneu 3breby certliy that the above named are k kuowntonw aa iP4n of property a-d abletomike good their guarantee Signature, Q U Dale To be ilgntd y the Onltel State district Judge, Onlted fitatea dMilot attorney, colleotor, or navy agent Extract from a tmo of the United Staie4, approved Juty 17,1862. cJec U An 1 bttifurtXcr enacted. That no cor tract cr oidtr cr aav lnicrat thf relu ehall be traanierred by te party rr yajtive towbnm anch contraot or croeru.iyD givfn io iiy tiuer iiiwr iriiai, and that auy auob trasffe' shall otu-e the annul meat u tha ciptrjct or irder transferred, ao fur aa thi TJcr4 State arc Oddcerued rovubJ, 'htall the tlglilii i aetiinare lieitby retervei to the UnJ tei 0 h fcr mi) bioch tr uoh oootraot Ly the rr.ntn.ftit iir nariv n nurllea 1.0. 10 And 1 if further tructmd, That whenever auy coutiat r tor eutiUBieoca, cioiung, iroi, am munliljn.muM'ionpof war, and for evory detorlp tlonol aui)ntl"a t r itiearmy or navr.oitne united mates i lull be found guilty by a oourtmaitial ot fraud or wl.ful negUe. of duty, be ahalt be pun 1 had by floe, Imprisonment, cr luob oiber punish tncnt a th tourt martial thall aijuige. and any peieou who shall omtraot to furnish supplies of any kind or d.iofijtloa for tne army or navy, he shall be deemed aid taken a a part of the land or naval fore 01 me u.iihi diiim ijt um am robu vvu tratit tofurnlfhaaldauppllai. and be aubjeot to tha rule and rtiniatlun fjt the government cf the 1m d aud baval force ot .he United State Ihe following are the elaataa required at the re apeotlv navy yania. H1TTEUY, MAINK Claw No 1. Whit Oak Legs, No 3 Whit Oak Keel, No 8 TVfclt-O-k PromUcuoue TUnbert No wniteOak Plank, No e Yellow Pine Lot. No I Yellow Flue lHamef No 8 Yellow Pine ltaat end bpar Timber; Ho 10 White Pine Hast Tim ter; No 11 White l'lne Plank and Bo.rds, No la AfhPlark and lUard, No II White Ab 0ra. No IS Uickery butts, No 18 Black Walnut and Cherry, Nu 11 Uypraie. No 19 Wblt uak Stave andKeiding, No '' lllaok Spruv, No. 43 Ltg numvlt, N Sft I rem No 2d SUwl, No 87. Iron Spth.cs, ho ti Iron Nl a wrought aud cut; No tJ Lud. No 81 Zlie and Tlni No 84 Tools fjr Stora, No 14 White Leid; No ui ItLcPalat. No B Colored l'ulnia, Pr)er, No &) I.tnseed Oil, TrnpemlM, VarnUh, No 41. (rlasn, No. 48. Pitch, Hot-in, I'nr, No 44 Oil, lallo. Soap, No. id Miscellaneous Dry tioods, llalr Cloth, Ship Chat.dlery fir fixitiuntlon Llawj A. Uollttr Irou atdlllrni, C LirJOll, F MUcellaurous Tools far 1-Qlntere, O Qucklug Utftnells, Stare. Ao ; II Max Canvas, t. Ctmon Oanva. P Twlue; K leather. II. How, M Brtuhe. N. Oantlug. JJry fiOodj;0 Lanttros.Q Spe"m01l,lt ShlpCban dlery tor more and iqulpment; S Btatfoavty; T, KIreWovd CUAKLESTOWN ClAfsNo I WMte 0k Lege, No. 'i WblieOek Kell'lccir, Nu 3 Whlio Oek Vromlmjucui Tim bir. Zo 4 vlii e Ok 1'Uuk, No 6 Yel'ow Pino I cgs, No 11 White Plae Log. Plank, and Sourda, No 18 Ash Log and Plank; No to. Blaok Wal nut, MahcgMiy, d CLerryi No U Loouat; No 19 White Xtak Slaee and llrading, No .8 Llg nutnvltiB No 'lb Iron, No Sfi Stetl, No ST. Iron tplkei. No 8 Iron Halts, wroght and cut; No CO Lad. No 8 Zlroand flo; No. 63. Hardware, No 81 Tool r r Mior.i. No. 8 White Lead, No U7 Zinc l'alnts. No 04 Colored Paints, Oryr, No S3 1 luheed Oil Tutpenttne, and Vain'ab.No 41 iIUm, No n Pilch and Ko-in No 41 Fish Oil, Tallow, and Hoop, No 4A Miscellaneous Dry Uoods, A Boiler iron and Ulrete, B Pig liou, (I Lard OH, O Boiler veiling, E. lium Pkcktng, K MUOtsUaneoua Tools for KuglneeH, O Cotkfrg tJteiHlIs nnd Btovrs, If HaxCanviu, t tottou Cinvax, J 11" and Cotton Twice; K Leather, L Uoeut M Brushes, N Bum log and Ory Uood, O Lanterna, T Tar for Sireweik, Q Sperm Oil, K Ship Chand'cry lor store and equipments, S ' Stationery, T, Firj Wool, U Ox Oldee fbrvepe DROOKLYN, NEW YQBK. ClauNo 1. White Oik Logs, No 1 White Oak KeelFlecti, No. 8. Whit Oak PromUcuoui Tim bert No 4 'Whit Cuk Plank, No Whiu Oak Knaes. No TaUw PlnslVogi; No 7. . Velkw 10 White Fine alst Timber, No 11. WUu Pine Logs Plank and Boards; No il White Oak Boards and Flank; No 18 Ash Loci and riask; No 14 Ash Oaret No. 15 Hickory fiatte and IIead4kea, No 16 Blick Walnnt. Cherry i Nt IT. Cypress; No. It. loca-t: No in. White OaV SUr and Heading; No. SO. Black Sprnee; No l. Cedar; No 11. Ki bogaayt No. 38, Llganmrllie; No. . Iron, rtu4, flat, aid" aquare; Ho 58. Steel; No. 17. Ironiplkee, No. 81 Iroa Nails, wrought and cat; Ne M. Lead; No. II. ZlnttTIn; No S3 Hardware; No.M Tools for store, Ac ; No M Whit Lead; No 17. Zinc Paint; N.U.Olond Palate. Dryer; No.tf.Lla eeed Oil. TorpenUne, Taralaht No 41. Olaee; No a Pitch, Boetn. Tar; No Tlah Oil, Tallow, SoapNo 4ft. MUoellaoeoae-Dry goods: A Boiler Iron and Ktratei B nfjroai O.Xard OU; D. Boil er Felting; X. OeaTloJ F. UleaaUaneoua Soola for glners) O Cooking UUnells, Stoves, fie I B Flax Cannae 1 1. Cotton Canrasa, J. Twine, K. Leather; h. noaet If Bnubea, N. BnnUag and DryOoodai O Lantern: Q fi perm Oil t It, Ship Chandlery for ttorra and equipment, 8. BUtwnery, T. Fir Wood. PHILADELPHIA. ClaeeNo 1. White Oat Logs; No I, White Oak Keel Pltoee.No 8. Wbiu Oak FromUenon Tim bat; No 4. Walt Oak Flaakf No. $ Yellow Pin Plank Stock Leg: No. T. Yellow Flee Beam; No t. Yellaw Flae Mart and Spar Timber: No 19. White pine Matt aad Spar Timber; Mo. li. White Pre Los, Piaak, Boerdj.AejNo 19. A ah Legs aad Flanks No. 14 White Ajh Oars; No I White Heart Hlokory.Capttaa Bars; No 14 Mahogany, Black Walnut, Cherry; No, 17 Oypreii, Cdar Board) No, 18. leW; ho. so Blaek Satne Spar Timber: No. It Ltganmvttai: Na aft Iron, rowad, flat, and eqnara; Mo. 28 Steel; No. S7. Iron Spike, No i Iron Nalle, wrought and cut; No. 80. Lead, No 31. Zlno.Tin; No 84. Hardware; No.S4 Tools ittre'orrs; No. 88 WhlULeadiNo 87 Zlno Paint; No, 18 Colored Parnti.Urjer; N 89 LlntaedOU, Turpentine, Varn'sh; No. 41 Qlasa; No 41 Pitch, tar. rosin; No 44,-FUh Oil, Tallow. Soap; No 4a. MlaeeOaseoue Dry Ooea, hair, cloth, aad Ship Chandlery for oonitraQtlon; A. Iron Bhets for Bollerejt B Fig Iron; O Lard Oil; D. Boiler Felt lng; R. Onm Packing, f ktlaoellaoeona Tol for Engln'ers; G. Cooklag Uunalla, Sroree hs. H Flax Canvas , I, Cotton Cauveaa: J Twin. K. Leather, L Hose; M. Brnabc. N Bunting, Dry Goods; Q 8prm01l,R Ship Chandlery for Store Equipment; S Stationery; T. Fir Wood. WASHINGTON. Olase No I Whit Oak lga, No A Yellow Pins PlankStockLogeiNf.li Wall Pine: No is. Ash mu,,v uui.nv uiv.vii uiiniuv 16 Black Walnut; No 17. Oiprece: No 19. Stave aia ncsamp; no zi. ropiarjiio xo iron; no zo Steel; No. w. Iron SplkH, No 18 Iron nail: No, 80. Lead, No 81. Zlas, tin, voider; No. '3 Hard ware: No. M White Lead: No. 87. Zlno Paint: No. tB Colored Falnti, No t Llnaeed OU. Varnish, jo i. uiaei; no i. uiiQia; no s srtioD,inr, So 44 Brown Soap; No 4ft Allacellaneoua Dry oods, Ship Chandlery, fco , for oonitrnctlon; No 48 Tanke and Galleys, No, 49 Ingot Copper; No. 60 Chain Iron; No 61. Poles. No 1 Bdlotis, A S oiler Iron and Rivet; B Pig Iron; O Lard Oil Boiler FeltlnajE. Gem Packing: F. Mlotllane. oue Euglaeer'i Toils, Q Cooking 8 love, A ; U. Leather; L Uoee;M Bmhea,N B'dntlngandbrr Ship Chandlery for store and equipments, a oiBiionerj i.vire xy oca aeple lewtOom EDUCATIONAL. NEW AND SletPLrFIEO METHOD roi PI ANO FOItTK ATVn flfNOIlVr Profeuor ALEXANDER WOLOWoKI, PtanUt una iiompwer, nme renLraeo irom iu tonaon jlxqi bitlou, and open a oour fjr the Piano and Sing In ir bv hie New and Slmelifled Melho i. Ur Po:im eor Wolowtkl'f system, a peraan bavlogonly a slight kcowledge of maalo will be enabled In a very abort time to r ad musio with great facility, aud txiouie vperauo w wan a viftSMoei nua o wim rare pcrira tfon A to the rooal part, by ht way of vocaliia Uon, he arrive at most extraordinary results, rn den the vtte powerful, and enables tha atoger to Tocalli with facility, aoonraoy. and tin quality of ton FfOfor Wolowskl receive visitor daily from 3 to 4 o'clock p. m , at hie residence. No 4a I Tenth street, between E aad F, eeplS lm QliEOAHAY INBTITUTK IftUT svmA xstao silrme Blraat, rHILADELPUlA. Ihe regular conrae of Inatrncliou smbrae ui Knallab and trench Languagea and Llteratutev Latia. if required and all th Itranohea wbiob oft. titnte a thorough English and French ednoatlou French U Uw language of tb family, and 1 roa stnntiy spoken In the Institution It ie the object ot particular attention, and la taught (torn tb rudi ments to th blgheat conrse of literature aud Com position. ihe eoholautio year oomme&oea beptsuber lttii ebd oloeee July 1st. Circular, Lj , oan be obtained irora UA.DAUK D'UKKVILLt, tuy t)tm ' Prtholpal of Ohegary Itutitafe p EOBQETOWR FKatALESKitlNAKt T Mia naaaovaa'a A UOA&D1NG AND DAY SCHOOL. 151 Wett Strut The dutloa ol thli Institution will be resumed ol thj th of September. Circular may be obtained at the prlnolpal bookstore In Washington, or by addressing tlu principal, aug 2-TTt54m UJ, HABUOVfe.lt Olrolo Xx3.awtltik.toi 0& IOLNOLADILS, No 81 K SmEXT.Naia iBaCiBOta TEKM3, pir Quarter of tea wccki Quarter com mtno ng at the date of ado lit Ion hlementary CI is tee in English . te $0 Advanced Class la Kigifih Littr.tur and S.lece Included ., 9 00 Eieme&tary 0 a la EoglUh, French, abd Huflio.... 12 00 Advanced Claje in Ebglsh, Frecth, end Mails ... 18 00 Extra charge for Spinish, German, I'aiun, Latin, and ether Language Dr ZAPFONU will bit Leotuiea audciUriwi. a'sitt, whenever he oan spare tlm from hi mcdloal proffcHiirb M&8 A ZAPPONB.l Prlini. .DE A ZAPrONE, rrtaolnej DK ZAPFONEconUnues to aollclt the patroL age of this community in bit profession a a Pbysl oian and Sorglcat Dcn'lst. II wlil attend almost v Ulllilf iv wwavar yiaviiut) nniiiu.i.ivia, be fomrt at the Institute, or In that viciclty, almost at an noure ooi n MISS BBOOKES ENGLI8H AND FBENGH BOAUblNOand DAY bCUOOL. No. 180 FieMevvsaia Avaica, .Snra Buildi-p, WanaiiM, D C This Institution 1 how opu for tne teceptioa o. publls circular to be bad at tbr Bookstore and at the school MSe-'iw J65 I trt between lBth antt 111, uue oi trie oiast!, aoei inorougn ana mom aesiraoie School lor Young Ladle and Alia in tb ol'y berlon oommenoM September 8th Tuition an cording to ag and adrauof-ment. aua5-dtr (Btarj L 0 LOOMIS pIKST CLASS BOAUDINU HOUflE 1 be undtiralgued beg leave to call (be attention wf iue en liens e,uu iraTtnug ooioinuniTy vt me uoue tie ama jusi openea ior m aBOOoDunouaaiiun oi gciiue men atd ladle, with day or taoic b rd The HatuM Is turnlihed In eclendld etvleUriie airy rooms, chamber, and parlor. Tbe table will beuriliu with all tbadelloaoUB of the eaason No fmim ur vsiieiuw nuaui u ptvewi iu giTw Hiuiacucu o all wbo may patronize the bouse Sultt alien tlou to oedere that may be given lor diners, Ag , at I entire and obllalna eervama House eligibly situated on tb corner of Twentieth una v sircci wtei,iHiy ovvupiea wy surgeon un erel Lawaon 9tt tf GKOKOE W. OWEN, Formerly of Buffilo, N. V. BARNES & OO.,, 481 3SHirx atreot, UKTWtfcN U ANU K STUEKTB, luvll. tba Alt.ultou of 8 U TL1SBH Aud DKALKKi to tbtir KiuubU. Block or OooJi jiArUuularly AdiptMl t. ualt.ra1 waoU,ieliotd with lb ,r.at6t cm. .ua uuw ou.rvu . m, iiiv.. lur tt.au !(. .uu uu. va.im iww iiv.i flltOCKIllEd, rKOVIalONS, rHKuRuvro MKAlb m nui to, HMU. flOKI.KS. OAlhUl'd, AIM UOOn And U1I0KI, aud A gonl AMrt m.Mtof "NOtlONB " fUAM glT. Ul a 011 UABNfcS 4 00 , po w !9lNlBtbrtr.t t'OWAUU LVOUW, BOOBBXN2DXIXI So. m PfruuvlooMta aar., Wa$Uglo, D. C H.W KUill'l-W UaUl, roa aoiTua, VIA NVW I-OHIK)K,HOKWJt;U,MJW)0ErM II1ILT, (Budtyt BzMiUd J k o'tiotk, r. a., VBOM riKK W M. K , rOOT Or VUlTMr MKKHr, Tb. uv ..d m.BU)A.tit ftAU... flITT nr IU1H TOM Wu. WUooxloonuaABd.rflrau M.w Torlt TnHaATl, Thind.pt ABd BAtardAjr. l .ad Itoa H.tt London H MidAi, YltiaMd.jt, aad ft! (UJI. lh. M BBd nABBlBMBt ItAAAUt OITT OF MBW TORK.Tbonu. U. J.w.tt, eoBUBABd.r.from N.w Tori Hondtyi, nrutBHdAll, Bad iTIdAj. I from M.w LoBdoa T.Mlyi, Tbbima;., Bad SAtu OAT.. TnAM IWO B. .UAM.n HAT. DMBtBUI AIUfHAll fortbla roaU,wtth All modtfB ImproTABMata. la iilaitlBf wiur Tlfht OompartmcBt, aad ar. Uu only luaBMr. .nr Dalit for Louf ulAad Sovad wfth thta mat IU. vnmring UnprurAnwatf Uoadaotor. aooompaaT th. ftaaaMr. .Aob way. lAiMBfui prooMd troat N.w Loadoa loun. duMy on arrtTAl of nAABMn.bf Eaprta TtaIo tc Barton, WorMitar. Low.U, Lar.ao. Pitohbaf, riAihaa.Oonoordttn. WhluatouBtain.lAo ao. tAN.Bx.r. ntBrtav fron Bottoa Uat. tb Uadoi of th. Boatoaaud woroe.ur railroad at t nop, H Worwrter 1 T.U., arrlTlaf at N.wl.oadoo P. M rrMaht takaa at tb. LowNt OaUt, aad d.11? im ra Bo6foa aarly th. n.xt day. Btat. Roonu la ahandaao. oan b. hAd oa boArd Maaun, or at th. Bottoa or H. Tork oHM, Ir adVABO. K H. MaRTIN.Aa.Bt. niy-tf nail, it. H E: rajcm nja.ix.xrirA.ir- PaasBtuirer Trains Ibvavja mA PavvAntav Irarvw fxH foot of Chambers vrjMt. aa follow, via: 8.00 a. m. Mall far Dunkirk and intermediate ita Uon. I hi train remain over bight at Klratra aad pro oeeds the nea&t morning 7 00 a. m Expraea, tor Buffalo and principal In termedlat t'loc 9 oo a m Milk, daily for Otltvlll and l&lerme dlate atatlone- 12 tt p. m. AcoonmoJattoa, daily, for Port Jcnlf aad prlnolpal atatlje 4 0op ru WayfforSldJslown.Newburgh.aad in crmediate Mai Ion t oon. m Night K p. e-, daUy, for Dunkirk. Bnt falo.Canadtlgna,bbd prtoclpa aiation The train of Saturday run ttuoagh to Buffalo, but dee sot run to Daniirk. T 00 p in. kmigTant, for Dunkirk and principal autlon T& Kxpre Train connect at Hornellevtlle with railroad f.r Buffalo , at Elmlra with theCanandalgue andNUgara Palls Bailroad; at Blnghamton, with the Syracuse Uallroadj at Coining with the railroad fbr Booheater and Buffalo, at Great Bend, with the railroad for Scran on, and at Buffalo and Dunkirk with th Lake Shorn Kailroad fbr Cleveland, Cinein natl, Toledo, Detroit. Chicago, Ao , and the Canada railroad CUARLFS MINOl. Mp IS General Superintendent MILITARY EQUIPMENT, T R. UIVK, AND Harness Manufactory, 499 Seventh Street) 0r"0UTB ODD FKLLOWS' HAiL, WABHINGTOH, D. 0. I raaoufketur oi th beat nurtal, aad have oca stastly on haod, a large a&d vatled aeaortcBnt cf Military and Citlieni' BaddUs Bridles, Brent Collars, Felt Saddle CI Alt, . Shabraqiea, Patent Feed aud Wait Bucket, Spoil, Officer1 Hareraaokt, OfflwriFln Sword fielu, Bait Trimming, and Field GIm Gem TBUNES Sole Leattcr. Iron Frame, Drii, and Weed Box Traaki ValUw, Travilisg Sag, Barseu, to WEI'AIUING. Aj I maaufaotaie Trunki exteo&ively. ini neoe arily have all kind of Trunk Material, I am better pepared to repair TrcoVs, fto , thoroughly and promptly, thta any other establishment tn the city Jy i JAMES 8 TO FIT AM JUST TRY OUR NEW 8TCOK OF CLOTHING irom the Feopl' ClottiUg store, No eao 8v enth street, near F They cut ar auy thing you eau buy, aud thoy are sold ao cheap at J II SMITHS, No 4W S-venth treet, near F. I wodtd edrtx all to come and buy their Clothing at H Ml TH ti, No 4-H) 8 tenth atreet If yon are wlM you will oom to SMITH'S, No 460 Sevtnth slrtet, near F, opit site City Post OBce, to buy ytur Clothing, Farnhhtng Goods, Trunks, nU, and Cape. Th PEOPLE'S CLOmiNQ 8TOBE. No 40o Seven h atreet, Is the best plac la town to buy your 0 ol b lng, Fu no iibl g GkoOb, Trunk, Bat, a&d CjpJ J H 8U1T1IA CO , Oloihiere, 4C0 Seventh street Call soon and see our new at ok of Fall and Win ur Clothing, which we areeelilrg at very low prUes. at the PEOPLES C LOT It IN O STOBK.No 46o Seventh treet, neir Great attraction at No 4 0 Seventh street New slock of Clothing Jnat arrived, and aalling at our usual low prttee. J 11. Hllirn A CO . Oiothiera. No 460 Seventh street, and corner Tw-nliih street and Peon avenue. Great bargain In Clothing, FureUhlng Good, Hate. Cat, Boots, and ShOf s, on th corner of 1 wen tlcth street and Penn avenue SMI Til A Ci , Clothiers, 1-lret ward, cor Twen tleth street and Fenn avenue, I the ohcauost place In town to buy your l all and Wlnt r Clotulag Call at the first Werd Clothing store and get your Fall and Winter CI Ahing, Uata, Caps, Boot, ana Shoe SMlTUAi.0 .Clothier, Cor Twentieth atrett and Feno av FIRST WARD OLOTUINO HOUSE, comer Tweutleth street end Penneylvanla avenue. You can buyyeur Clothing, Hate, Cab, Boot, and shoe 'obeap, corner of Twentieth atreet and Penntyivania avenue. ae . 3ui JC8T RECEIVED OUtt NEW STOCK OF FALL and WINTER Clothing which we are tiling at very low prices, at L A Bsall A Oo , No Wl Bcvcnthstreet.betweenlaT'dK. 0me one, come all to L A IImII A Co to get your Clothing, For nlshlng Oo d, Trunk. Ua's.and Cape. No 661 sv enth atreet, betweeu I and K. Now U the time to buy your Clothing at L a Beall A Oo. No eat Sev enth atreet, between I A K Especial attention I called to our neweiook or Fall and Winter Clothing, tienU FbrnUhlLg Good, Uata and Cap. 1, A BEALL CO , Clothiers. No S61 Seventh street The cheapest Clothing bom In town Is at L A. Ball A Co' , No &U btventb stteet, bet I and K. ea'aia Dm W ATBK HUI'IOIC. u conacaueao. ol tbf Iuwdam of lb. w.ttr Iu lb. O.n.ral Itrvtrvolr It will be neoew.rr , uult-rt gr.at tconomf of wit.r t iiractlcodi for the UorrrQio.nt loon to .but off lb. lupply to olU.cn. otlr.W All DrBOn. ar.. thtr.loni. lorbltden tlud. tb. bydranu on r.nnylTAclt .rtnu., or on An; ilretti or ATcnuci una.r lb. o.r. Aid ap.rvuUoa of tb, Commualon.r of Pabllo Bulldlnx. tor w.t.rlof tb, tr.,!i or aatemeoui, or for any prlrat, purpc.. WB.t.icr j And all imiiuu. uiLuft th. nater ar, urfr.utlv toll elud to b. a. ,coB.mloal In It, u u noihi. HP S ComalMloiilr of TatEi Dnidin. N gpl UNITtO STATES ASSESIOR'S OfriCE. DlSTBIOf O CotlM.tA TUB UTEIUAL TAX LAW. Itl.r ft am CummL.loa.r Baatw.il. TbafollowiB(Uit.rlilmportAattultMMMmAiir hlth.rto dlipaUd p.iai, aa to tba propar toaatrao tloa of oartala elAn... or th. t.v bin. Th. l.H.r it addraaMdtooa.orUi.Falladaipnla aaaaian: Taaacoat DBTABTiiatt, CMlM tf ItUnaX ifflMIW, . Waibhgioa.D 0,8pt. ig.iia, IiaiToarl.iUrorib.3;thlaiaaalrfil Awbmj la tba p tBtcd alJpo t aaioatd br roa li oflotaliar wa, aatkortnd by m., .ioyt th. I.lWr to lb. Balilmore I ooad lar thai a tav.ra k.ti.r mart b. iLmuiI a. a null llqaor dcalar, la otdw to aall U4.aor. Ba I, azpranly p.rultt.1 to tall otaan byartlob irr, iaouoa M, aad kU lm Umu. aablnllai to prorld. food and lad(laf ' Im no raaaias lor tatji.tl.f hlra to aa lallaf hOBaa llaasat Aay peraoo Mllln. mtat or prodao. at a fall or ton abomld b. aOBildUad a ntatl daal. Tboa. wbo t.11 la wafona, froai boom to.koai,, boald b, iinoMd a, ptdlat,. I bar. coatllmd ullmuarl a. raaaafaotijr.N. II 'iwm wbo.onp.Uon b that of 1 ntall d.al.r,eulOB,llyatllIaoilfUalpaak,fjtocxii a, a wholxala daaltr; bat If ha aaU U ortftaat pack , u il, or by tba plaea, to thoaa who lay toaaUlnla.' a w ataaaaa itvajnira, mm WatUaVltUfl tttlr I bve daWldemt ttut itar-nttua hA Ataa MmU. Ik the prodnoUoai of tba ariUlee eanmerated la tie laet part of section 1 a not oonddered mannfaeturen wlthla tb meaning of th act, do not require to be HoeoMd a mmufdOurm Tn provlalonj la Motion M, relaUng toinanufac to re re. de not apply to them, aad they taunt be IkeaMd as wholesale or retail dealer, a the oaie may b Thla decision Involve bakers, millers, and similar OOONpttlOOJ , When baker tell their bread from earu.nped Ur'a license ehoold be taken out Ur tb driver ot each cart Butcher' carta are aahjct to the iimi rule. VaryiMpactTully, Geo S BoutweiL, Commlwlaner LlOKNBFa. Tb following epitome of the t.w.ia relation to llcettaes, lmporunt Every petaon, mioolatlon of perron, jpertnenfalp or oorporatioa.dHtrirg to oh eJn n ifoeftle, shafi register with th Meemor ot the aaaetament di it riot In which ha shall design to carry on the trade or ocoapation, flnthle or their name or atyle j and In can of am aasoolation or parturablp, tha name an J redden at th number e of tbenwociatlon or part ter.blp; eeoond, the trad or oocspatlonfor wMoh allouf ie rvqnlrcd, third, the place when each trade dr ec3upeWon Iv to be oarriM on, fourth, ir a reotllier, the number ot barrels he dwfgoe to recti y: Ifa pedlar, whether hadeelgte to travel on foot, or with one, two, or more home, If an innkeeper, the annual value or rental of the house he intends to occupy; If the bouie 1 not rented, tha aiaeuor shall fix Iu annual value Tb aawivor will Uen cert If, theee facti to th collector, wbo will (rant th Udenae uron piyment of the fee requIretToy lew To following pen oo are required to take out licenses Danker; f, $9) Anotloneera so Wholesale dalre In liquor 100 Retail dealer in liquor.. , so (Thoaa telling la a then three gilloui tit a time to be ooc deied retail dealers ) RetaUdalr . ., 10 boleaale dealer so Pawnbroker to B'TIJMT For license to rectify ICObamU Foreach additional too barrel or fractional part thereof.. Dt nutrr Ovtr 30i) barrel ter yea? 60 Ltsi than 8jo barrel per year ui appiee ana peionee , tee man no barrel -, Vttjtmt Orer 600 barrel per year , 60 Lea than S barrel per year 26 Hoteli, Inns, aad 7i erne First elsas yearly rental $10,000 and orer ... 200 Second ciaai yearly r ntal M.ooo to $10 coo 100 Third elate yearly rontal $3, too to $6,000..,, 16 Fourth claaa yearly rental $1,0X0 to $2 600. . 10 Fifth olaaa yearly rental $600 to $i,nto sa Sixth 0 lass yearly rectal $aoo to 1600 .. . it Hevent eta yMily eeniatloo to a, oo . 10 Klghth elaee yearly renul lea than $100 6 Ealing Hjutee , 10 Broker. , 60 Commercial Broker jo Land Warrant Broker v& Tibacecnlst ., 10 Ibeaire.). , ,U0 uircu'ee. Jugglers mi Puoilo Exhibitions and snows 10 uowiiog AUfi ana mnura aaiooi..Dr alley on able , ,. , 6 rofttectloner 10 Horse Dealer 10 Llrery Stable Keeper 10 uouie uroatrs . IU rallowCbaodlera and H ap Makers 10 uoai uu jjuimers Peddlers, with more then two horse SO Peddlers, with two horsei It Peddlers, with one here 10 Peddler, on tool , 3 Apothecaries 10 Maounoiurere 10 rnoiograimera. receipt under asu) 10 Photographers, noelptagiou to $1,0 0 16 rnotograi nere, reccipte over 1 1 .000 6 Lawyers 10 fhjslclani, Surgeons, and DentisU , 10 tjiaim Agenii.,..,,) ,, ,,,,, Patent Agenu , 10 Any person carryinar on a bualntsa without a li cenee shall f. rfeltfor each tffence a turn equal to nrea umea iu emouDi or me license lee rsquiiea Where the anneal trwa racelLt or aalee tf anv epo liiCavriei. confeciionirs, eating house, toba'oo- niiu, or nwii aeairs iuiii not vxceaa .,ubu,iniy ar not required to take out a license 1 be amount oftbalt grtM receipts or sales are to be ascertained in aooD manner ae may oe (Jituciibt a oy ue iomuiu sloner of Internal Ricnue P M FEABSON. octT-8t U S Aaaeftor DUtrict Columbia E y g and E a 1 DEAFNESS. DBi Vurf JiOaOIIXUllKIt, Ooullawt and .urlat, 227 PenDijlvania Xrtuue, OIth bli cxoluatT. Att.aUoa to tha tiutmaat cf th. Klband KAH f h.T.iufr.rci from a df,ot of h.Ailna,lnc. lain log tb. ..rrloe Dr Ton MotuUi.r treat.d m. lor h. Bam,, and with ptrlMt iuomm Ht hearing now I, moil acui.i ..a .11 1u.1gTee.010 waling 1 ra perlncr.i auub a, nol, lo th, fatal, bar, catlrcly lartme, Llior Dariil Wbitakkb, Htrrli Light Ctv.lry WiMni M, rj.pt SO, 162 NUMEROUS OTnElfiKJTIMONIAL9o,o b. .xarninad nt bla o01c,froniottlz,n, ol WathlDgton oot T lm JOTOMAO STKAMBOAT UOMl'ANY. roll HAi.iiuuuK, vdA roihr iookout Anu aii. iiir. rninvirAi. ii.nuinua ON THE KOUfK lb., trainer KkTFOllTwUl IBB htraallar ba- I...0 WABUlNUTONttdBALTIMOUK.mUlm toot.lpaptrwtiHt.Aob UAy,toublng At 1'OrNT LOOKOUT And All tho pilnolpal lauduiga on tha ront, Tbo. wlahlog frtlgbt orpa.aigacaa apply at U uctWliarf.Wabllulton. and Oovrrnm.ut Wharf, Uililmorr.and at lb. different I.andlnid on th. route wu u. snuvr, Ag.at WAihlugtou, D. 0 ,8pt. eo.ISM oatl pUOPOHAl.S Flllt Wllull, a E A t. K IJ PE OP OB A I. a lor two tbouiand cord, of VINE WOOD, (known In tb. inirt.t aa D.K.ra' pin., win u. reoaivru unui iuh lki 01 voiu ber, le2, tb. Wood to b. dallr.ral at any aharr In tb. oily of Waahlngton or Ueorg.town that may b, dealgnaud by tha uuderUgced, corded and m.ai ured (at th, .xiuum of lb. .illar) to Ibe titufiotion t. ilia !!:. rnm.nt hufftr. Ir I. rffilEHj Oorernment reaerr. the right to lejeot any bid lor an o.uav. l'roio..l to b, addra.ud to 00 U A BECK WITH. A. D O.andO S,U B A , VI 10 atn.t, Wi.Ungton, O O , aud mnil " Propo.aU for Wood -r oot J OH a. I. K , A Hecond hand 80ILSB aad 03C1XLATINO ENGINE, of Uuta-horw Bdwtr Apply tsu c8oa. f M S NATIONAL REPUBLICAN. , General Lee' Woolut. " Btr X1IITL1KD t MT HAITUND I" 1 UyMar;lndl My Maryland I Among tby hllla or blua , I wandar far, I wand.r wide, A lorer born Aodtrm; I aonnd nr born upon tba hill., Iionod Itln tbe Talo, But eobo only tnawera It An echo Ilka 1 wall. Uralarylandt M Maryland I I bring tbee preaenta Abo Adaullogaword wlthjaweled hilt, A Hut of Bourbon wine; 1 brink thee abeeta of ghostly white To dreia thy bridal bed, With odrulna of tbe purple eve And garland, gory red. , Mr Maryland! My Maryland I ' Bwaet land upon the ahore, Bring ont tby atalwart yeomanry I Make olean tba threehlng door; lly ready walnaMlo atretoblng far Aoroae the fertile plain, And I among the reapere aland To either In the grain, My Maryland I My Maryland I I fondlr wait to aae Toy banner flaunting In tbe breeze Beneath the tryaUng tree; While all try gallant oompany Of gentlemen, with apure. Come tramping, tramping o'er the h.tl!, Aud tramping through the furte. Mr Maryland I .My Maryland ! I feel the leaden rain I I see the winged meaieng.r Oome hurling to my brain 1 1 feathered with thy golden hair, Tl feathered not tn rain; I spnrn the hand that f onupd the ahaft, And curae tbeo In my paiu. UyHarylandl MyHarylandl Alaa I the rnthleaa day I That a.ea my gallant huttonwooda Ride galloping away; And ruthl.ee for my obrralry, Proud gentlemen, with apurfl, Whosa bonea lie etark upon the hllla, And atark amocg the furze. Gen Wadewortti'a Ace. plane, or aomlaaitloa for Oor.rnor. Maw Tom, Penlember 29. 18C2 Win Jives S. Wicswobtu : Dear Sir : I bare Ibe honor to lolorm ron that rou were nominated for tbe office of Governor of the State of New Totk br a oonrentlon compoaed of men resolved to maluUIn tha Integrity of tne union witnout re;ara to tneir paat party relatione, anil hold at djraou.t on Iha 24th of the present mohin . ' I Incloae the series of resolutions adopted by me convention, aa an inaicatioa 01 us senti ments and purposes Your nomination wa made with a very r matkable deirree of unanimity aud enthusiasm, and, on behalf of the convention, t beg leave reipeoiinuy to request your accepiance 01 it. I am, very respectfully, your obedleut ser vant, IIcirtJ Ratkond, Preeident cf tbe Convention. " WtsnixaTON, Ootober 2, 1862 Hov. Uimi J, UimoND, President, 0 : Bear Sir: I have the pleasure to acknowledge the reoelpt of your letter of September 29, In forming me that the oonrentlon. held at Syra cuse 00 the 21th of that month, oompoaed of men raaoivea to meiotaia tne integrity or tne ITnlAn I.TA.n.ntlvA nf IhAlp nr.vlnn. n.rt a. eoclatloai, had done me the honor of placing my came before the electors of the Stale of ew 1 ork for the otnee ot uovernor. 1 reepectfoUj accept the nomination. I cordially acred with tbe oonrentlon la the sentiments eipressod In their resolutions, and, If ciectea, 1 siiaii zealously taoor to osrry out their wishes as trelo defined. I might, perbipi, wllb propriety stop here, but as lbs duties of my present position will not allow mo to relurn to New York for some time, and possibly not until after the election hss been held. I ask your lodulzeoce while 1 eipres ))rlel3y my rio as lo Ihe questions inroiveu 10 toe canvass. I think I cannot be mistaken iu assuming that the election will turn upon Ihe ui cese.lt j or sustaining our National tjoverument In Its efforts to uphold Itself, and maintain its lerrllo rial Integrity, and espeoially upon the procla mation of tbe President, issued to that end, and referred to in the fourth resolution of tbe convention. I entirely approve f that proclamation, and commend it to the support of the electors ol New Yolk, for the following roasons- 1 It Is an efleetual eld to Ibe speedy aud complete suppreaIoa of thl. rebellion Six or eight millions ol whins, having bud time to organize Ihtir government, and arm their troops, fod and supported by the Ubur ol four millions of tl,iv.r, pruiicut tbe most lor ml dable rebellion reoorded In hhtory. Strike from this rebellion the suppoit which it deilves fiom the unnqulltil toll of ibese slaves, aod Its foundallon will be undermined 2. It Is Ihe mrst humane method of putting down the tcbelllou, the history ot which has olearly proved that tbe fears of slave insurrec tions and massacres are entirely unfounded While the slaves caroeeily desire freedom, tbey have shown no disposition to Irju-e Ibelr nils ters Tbey will ceae to work for them with out wages, hut tbey will farm, throughout tbe Southern States, the most peaoeful and doolie peasantry on tbe faee ot the earth Tbo slave owners oaoa oon palled to labor tor (heir own support, the war miutcoasj, and its appalling oarnage come, to an end 3 The emancipation oooe effected, ihe North ern States wonld be forever relieved, as It Is right that tbey should be, from the fears ot a great Influx 01 African laborers, disturbing the relatione of those Northern industrial classes wbo hare so freely glren their lives to the sup port of the Government This done, and the whole African population will drllt to the South, where It will fijd a coogental olltnate and vast trade of land never yet cultivated. I forbear to enter Into tbo discussion uftlie great Increase of trade tu the Northern States and the whole commercial world, wbiob would result from tha wants or lour mllllous of free and paid laborers &vtr Ihe same number held as heretofore In slavery. I lot hear also to enter Into the question ot the ultimata vast Increase Iu tbe produotlou of the great Siuthern staples. This is uot a time to consider questions of profit. It will long be remembered, to tba great honor ol the merchants, bankers, and nuuulaotururj ol the North, that giving thn lie to the ealum ales ol slave breeding aristocrats, who charge thetn with being degraded and controlled by the petly pioflts of train.', they have met tbe numerous acrlus of this great struggle with a cbeerlulneia and promptness of which his tory lurnlsbes uo parallel. Nor is the question uow before us oue of philanthropy alone, sacred as are the princi ples therein Involved; nor Is It a queetlou of abstract Ideas, Involving ati unprofitable dia cussiou of tbe equality ol races It Is simply a question of wur, of national life or death, and of the mode iu which we oau most surely and etTeotually uphold our tiovernmeut and main tain Its unity and supremacy. Our foielgu enemies, lor It is uut to be dls gulsed that we have such reproach ua with waging a territorial war, So we do, but that territory Is our country For maintaining IU greatness and power among tho nailous 01 the earth, byioldlng it together, tbey hale us We e.n hear that: but If we were to field to their suggestions, and submit to Its dismemberment, iney woum torvvrr umyis. u. TUU great domain, from the Lakes to the Qulf, from the Atlanllo lo the PaclOc, one country, gorerntd by one Idea freedom Is yet destined to dictate terms, If need be, to the world In arms; and I hold (hat man to be 1 traitor and at coward, wbo, nnder any defeat!, any pressure of adversity, however great, an j calamities, however dire, would give up one acre of It. ( II Is more than a year since I left onr State. Great changes hare taken place within thai period. Costly victor lea aod disastrous defeats nave, In the vicissitude of war, befallen out arms. Bereavements and destitution bare over, taken many families. 1 can only jndjra of the spirit of my fellow citizens of New York by that of her gallant eons wbo have rushed to the Held. Tbaee I have seen li great numbers, and particularly those who hat.e been In th hospitals within my command. Among these brave men, feeble and exhaust ed by disease, tortured and mutilated by cruel wonnds, I have never yet beard the first word of despsir, the first sigh of regret, that they bad given health and life to their coun'ry. If we may judge of the spirit of those they have left at home, and who may yet be called to tbe Held, by the berolo temper of these men, we have nothing to fear u to the result. In the solemn vetdlcl of the ballot, and the deadly oodict of battle, this Government of the people will be auatalned I beg that yon will accept for yourself and convey to the member of the convention over wblcb you presided, my sincere thanks for tbe great honor which they did me In placing my name before the electore of New York, for position so responsible and distinguished aa that of Governor of Ihe Stale. I am, tlr, with great respect, truly yours, JiuiaS. WiDawonn. ftutr.alitisr atnd linpoitaut. Wo publish bsluw ibe terras oa which pris oners are now being exchanged: Win DiriRTMivr, Adjutant QeneraVs Office, Waahhghn, Sept 25, 18C2. General Orders, No. 142. The following Is the osttel under which pris oners are exchanged In tbe existing war with tbe Sojthern Slates: Ihiall'a landing, on Jamu Rivtr, 'a , July 22, 1862. The uuderelgned, having been commissioned by tbe authorities they respectively represent to make arrangement for a general exchange of prisoners of war, have agreed to the follow Ine articles- Article 1. It is hereby agreed and stipulated that all prisoners of war held by either party, Including those taken on private armed vessels known as privateers, shall be discharged upon tne conmuons ana teims following- Prisoners to be exchanged man for man aad officer for officer; privateers to be rdaced upon thn footing or t fll:crs and men of the navy. Uen and officers of luiter grades may bo ex changed for officers cf a higher grade, and men and itllcers ol dl&eient services may be ex changed according to tbe following scale of equivalents: A general commanding In chief or an kdisl ral shall Lo exchanged for effloers of Iqnal rank or for sixty privates or oommon seamen A Oai officer or major erneral shall be ex chaoged for ofUiers of eqnal rank or forty pri vales or common seamen. A commodore carrying a broad pennant or a brigadier general shall bo exohauged for offi cers of equal rank or twenty privates or com mon seamen. A captain In the navy or a colonel shall be exchanged for officers of eqnal rank or for fif teen privates or common seamen. A lieutenant col nol or a ooininaoder In the navy shall be eTchanged for r.ffi:ers of equal rank or for teo privates or common tesmen. A lieutenant commander or u rumor shall be exchanged for officers of equal rank, or eight privates or common seameu. A lieutenant or a master In the nivv or a captain In the army or mulues shall bo ex- cnangeif fur inisers 01 equal rauk or six prl rates or cimuiou svumeu Master's mites lntbeuavyorliaulosMots aud ensigns In the army shall be eirh.nged for officers of eq lal ruuk or tour privates or com mon seamen Midsblpmeo, warrant oQi?eis In the navy, masters of merchant vessels, and commanders of privateers shall be exchanged for officers of equal rank or tnree privates or common sea men Hii'ond captains, HeiiUnanls, or mates, ot merchant vessel! or privateers, aed all petty officers It. Ihe navy, aud all non commissioned officers In the army or mat lues, .hall bd sev erally exchange! for pets ms of tqjal rank'or for two prfratis cr (iiuaiiu seamen; aod prl vale soldiers or common seamen shall be ez changed for each olber mau for man. Article 2 Luc il, Stale, civil, and militia rank held by persons uot In asluil military service, will not be recognised, lb. basis of exchange being the grade actually held In the naval and military service of lbs re'pectlve parties. Article II If citizens held by either p.ily ou charges ol dl-lotalty or any alleged dill of fence are exchanged, Il stall ouly be for clti zens Captured sutlers, lmmU"r, aud all clriUaus In the aotual service of tbe eilher party, to be exchanged f r persons Iu similar position. Article 4. All prisoners of war to be dis charged on parole lo teo days after tbelr cap ture, sud the prlsouers now held, and those hereafter taken, to be transported tolhe points mutually agreed upon, ut Ihe exjeuie of Ihe calHiuIn? parti Tbe euiplus prlsoneie uut exchingid shall not be permitted to take up arms ugala, nor to serve aa military police or constabulary force Iu any fort, garrison or Held work held by either or the respective parties, nor as guards of prisons, depots ur stores, nor to discharge any duly usually performed by soldiers, until eschaugod under the provisions of this oartel. Tbe exchange la not to be con sldered complete until Ibe officer or soldier exchanged lor baa been actually restored lothe lines to wBln ne Deiongs Article 6. Eicb parly, upon Ibe discharge of prlsoneis id tbe 0 ber party, Is authorized lo discbarge an equal number of their owu offi cers or area from parole, furnishing at tbe same lime to ibe other party a list of their prisoners discharged and of their owu otll 'ere and men relieved trom parol; ttuueuabllng each party to relieve Iroui parole eucb of tbi ir owu officers aud men us the parly may chouse. Tbe lists tbus mutually lurnlshed will keeu both Dailies advised of the true condition of 111) exohauge 01 prlsuneia. Article G The stipulations aud p'ovlsious above meutluned tu be of bludlui; obligation during tbe conllnuuuoe ol Ibe war, It matters nut wblcu party may nave tne surplus ol pr.soners, the great principles Involved belog 1st An equitable eiribauje of prlsonors, man for man, iflher tor officer, ur officers of higher grade oxebanged lor officers of lower grade, or for privates according 10 tbe scale of equlva lents; 21. That privateers and officers and men of dlftereut services may be exohauged accord lug to the same scale of equivalents ; 3d The' all prltoners, ol whatever arm of service, are to ne excoaogeu or paruieu in leu uays from the time of their oaplure, If It be practicable lq transfer tbeui lo their owu lines Iu that time ; If not, as soou thereafter as practicable ; 1th. That no cflloei, soldier, or employee Iu the service of cither party is to be oooslderfd as exohaaged and absolved from his parole until bis equivalent has a"ttully reached the lines ot his friends I Stb. That the parole for bids Ibe performance of field, garrison, police, or guard, or constabulary duty. Signed John A. Du. Major General (ligoed D 0. Uitx, UsJ 8neral,0.i. A. ftumntuirAftT auticlm. Article 7. All prisoner of war uow h.ld oa either side, and all prisoner hereafter taken, ball be sent with all rauanebl dispatch to A. U, Aiken's, below Du'ch Gap, oo th Jam river, Virginia, or lo Vlcksbnrf, on th Mis sissippi tlr.r, In tha SUta of Mississippi, and fhers exchanged or paroled nntll such ax change can b efftCted, notice belog pr.vlous ly given by each party of th number of prisoner It wilt send, and tb Urn when they will be delivered at those point respeo-. lively; and In cam th vlotasltadt of war shall ehange tha military relation of tb places deaiioeted la this article to th con tending parties, so u' to render th earn In oonolnt for th dellv.ry and exchange of prisoners, othr plaoos, bearlog as nearly as may d toe, present local istion of seia places to th line of said parties, shall be by mutual agreement substltnted. Bat noth ing ia thl article contained shall prevent tha oommander of two opposing armies from exchanging prisoners or releasing them on parol t other point mutually agreed on by aald commanders Article 8. For the purpose of carrying Into tffe:t the foregoing articles of agreement, each party will appoint two agents, to be called agonts for the eiohange oi prisoner of War, whose duty It shall belo oommnnlsate'wlth each other, by correspondence and otherwla, to prepare th lists of prisoners, to, attend to the delivery of Ihe prisoner at tba nlsces agreed on, and to carry ont promptly, effectual ly, and In food lalib, all th details and provi sions of tba said articles of agreement" Artlole 9. And in case any misunderstand ing shall arise la regard to any clanse or stip ulation la th foregoing arlloles. It Is mutually agreed that anch misunderstanding shall not intertupt the release oborlsoner on parole, aa nerein provmen, out tnan ol maae to surject of friendly explaratlons In order that Ibe ob- j'Ct of this agreement may r.ull'jer bs defeated nor postponed Slgnedl JohvA. Dfx, Major General fiigned D. B. Httx, Major General 0 3. A. By order of the Secretary of War: L Thomas, Adjutant General. From Portrcse Monro, "piatal Correepoadenea of th. Baltlmors Amulean F0RTIIE39 HotBot, Oot. S, 1862 After a week of the most oppressive weather the mercury In tbe shade ranging from 82 lo 88 degree, the Salbath dawns once more with clear atmosphere and a most refreshing breezs There ate many naval officers In and around the work. Including several of tbe Spanish frigate, who have had a tine opportunity of Inspecting Fortress Monroe. .Captain Grlrr Tallmadge, cf the regular amy. and Quartermaster at Fortress Monroe, for several weeks past has been lying dangeroojly 111 of liver complaint, and his recovery Is coa- sldersd doubtful. Arrangements are now making with the view of mounting those mocster guns, tbo "Union," iz Inch, and tbe "Lincoln," is Inch, upon tho rampart of the fortress. They are now lying on the senbeach near the llghthonse and tbslr retnorai will be sliperlnteuded by Lieutenaot Thomas G. Baylor and Ordnance Sergeant Lei vers. . We notice already on the rampart sev eral two hundred pounder Parrott gun, end understand that two more arc to be placed lu position. Among tbe United Blalej vessels lying lathe Uoads Is the steamer Delaware. She is boand fur Newbern, H. 0 , with a draft ut men, and expects to return In a few days The following Is a list of ber officers : Amos P Foster, Acting Volunteer Lieutenant Commanding; F B Cur tis, Assistant Paymaster ; L. Trever, Acting Assistant Surgeon ; JobnD Williamson, Acting Second Assistant and Cbl f Fnglneer ; J if. Kernes, Acting Ensign; J II. Sprigdian and William H.'Creary, Acting Master's Malta ; A. Dunbar, T. Brown, nod James Mellon, Acting Third Assistant Engineers ; 0. S Hallowelt, Paymaster's Clerk ; R Dodson, Surgeon's Steward. All bands are well The 3d New York volunteers, under tbe com mand of Col. Alrnrd, are how at Fortress Mon. roe performing garrison duty both Inside and outside tbe work, and some Idea miy be formed of the extent of this service whea It Is known that 180 men are detailed each day aid ulght. It la regarded as one of the tWst regiments ia tbe servloe. Fortress Monro has been almost entirely deserted by Ihe riguUn, only lour re maining at the present lime. One ol tbe Snebt ships of war seen for a long lime In Hampton Roads Is the Spanish frigate La Prlncesa Asturlas, Cant Jose Maria Alvera do. She has been visited j a number ol Amer ican officers, who speak of the condition aad discipline of Ihe vessel In the highest terms Cant Alverad on Friday visited Washington and had an Interview with Ibedpanlab Minister. The officers and crew of the frigate are report ed wll, audti ezpeoteto sieaui out lo soe, In tbe oouise of three or four diys It Is grallfjlni? 10 perceive that Mtjir Wm. II Lndlow, of Gen Dlx's staff has received tbe appointment of Lieutenant Colonel a pro motion well desorvo J as b- is one of the most efficient officers iu the service. In addition to bis ordiuary duties, Col Ludlosv bos charge of tbe exchange of prisoners between Fortress Mooroe and Richmond, wbiob requires much time and lab jr. Thus far his arrangemsnU have worked well, and there sesms a fair understand ing between him and Robert Odld, E q , tbe Confederal Commissioner for the oxchaugs of prisoners After more ezobanges bavo been made, b,in parties will meet at City Point for tbo pnrpote ol final deliberation Yvoik nen have commenced the 'vork of de molishing the outbuildings of the Hygalt Hotel, In acoordauoo alth the recommendation of Haj Geo. Dix Several months elnce tbe General addrefsod an official communication to Major Gen. Halleok, In which hedoolaredihce build lugs a tiUlsauoc and a dlsgraoe to the army. Concerning lbs hotel s.ruomre tho communion tlon avers that it ia a bit d to tbe fortress la case of the approach of an enemy, espeoially k It Is much higher than the ramp irta of the fortress adjacent tu It ; bealdes, If lu destruc tion by Are should be demanded by au emer gency, II oonU not be destroyed by fire without endangering the Government properly inside the work, which Is of great value. The hotel will be pulled down and the wood work remo ved by the Government rullnad to the other aide of Mill Creek, where It can be erected ou the spleudld country seat of Col. Segar, Its principal owner. Il has also been determined to remove all the buildings outside of tbe fort ress, but some time will be allowed the propri etor lu order lu make the necessary arrange meuts. C, Y K. Six v men employed In Colt's armory were among tbe drafted soldiers lu Hartford. Tne Government ordeted their discbarge I rota tb3 mil tar; service, and sent thorn baot to inn armory. 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