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^ITkuhaphio new& [ ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES.] FROM TENNESSEE AND MISSISSIPPI. Bifflr* and Jfnw Forrest Moving toward* Jackfou, Ti'iiufsvi'r?Prnibrrtoit'* Army Scattering? Movement* of the Federal Troop*. Memphis, July 2?.?Biflltfs and Jesse Forrest arc reported to" have .".pain crowd the Ten nessee mer. and gone toward* Jackson, Ten nessee. General Dodge has apnt a lorce to meet them. Oii^of Hurlbnrt's scouts arrived last nigilt, and report* that Pemnerton and 5taffand eooae of his officers have gone to Richmond. Iiis army has scattered in every direction. Pera berton said it was impossible to keep ihem together. The rebels are pressing everybody into their ranks. The excitement ie inteuse. The rolling stock on the railro:uls is all being rnn towards Mobile. Large qnantities of cotton are going in the same direction. The bulk of Johnston's army is reported at Martin, 30 miles ? ast of Jackson. His force is fstmiated at 30,(00. All surplus stores are be ing shipped to Mobile. ?lens. Hardee and Forrest passed through Meridian en tbe 18th inst., going to Johnston. Forrest was Buttering iroia a wouud, and was not fit for doty. I Hardee'? corpc is reported going to Johnston, ' but had not passf d Meridian up to tiie Wd. A dispatch dated Martin, Miss., July 20, states that all the general and ield otQcers taken at Yirkpbnrg li?*ve been exeaaugiMl, but their men had straggled so that they were without commands. Cairo. July 27.?Passengers who arrived from Vicksburg o? the 24th, state that Gen. Herron's division had returned from the Ya xoo river, and were preparing to go to some point fnrther South. Sherman'sold corps still occupied Jackson, but it was understood that he would soon fall back this side of the Black rjver. All quiet along the river. Affairs in New York. Nkw York, July 27.?Mayor Opdyke has vetoed tbe ordinance passed last week by the Council and Aldermen to pay conscripts three lmndred dollars on the gi^jand of vagneness ai.d illegality. Other jtertinentobjects are also urged. He holds that the Common Council has had time since last March to remedy any supposed irregularities of the draft; that they did not do anything until this ordinance was passed, thus appearing as a propitiary measure to appease the mob. The Eighth regular infantry and Fifth regu lar battery moved their quarters to-day from City Hall to the Battery, where they will en camp and keep prepared for mobites. i From Fortress Monroe. Fobtrkps Monroe, J uly 26.?The steamer S R. tSpaulding, Captain Howes, left for New bern, N. C., at noon to-day. She is expected to return in a few days with Major General Fester. Tbe tTial of Dr. Wright will come up before the military commission at Norfolk to-morrow, (Monday, )it having been decided tha?the case comes within their jurisdiction. A flag of truce is expected to-morrow from City Point, which will no doubt bring impor tant news from Charleston. Ito?erran? in Georgia?Death of a Rebel General. Fortress Monroe, July 27.?The Rich mond Enquirer of the 27th instant contains the following: ? "Atlanta, July 23.?Rosecrans is organiz ing a force to attack Atlanta, and to make raids on the Northwestern Georgia railroad. Active preparations are being made for the defense of tbe city and the railroad to Chattanooga." The rebel General Bowen died on the 16th instant. New Jersey State Affairs. Tr*ktok, July 27.?Governor Parker has just issued a proclamation, stating that no draft has as yet been ordered in New Jersey: that thirty fiays would be allowed for the purpose of raising tbe reqnired number of men by vol unteering, and that whatever number may be raised in that time will be credited The proc lamation closes by calling upon the people to aid in raising the quota lor the State, so as to avoid any necessity for a draft. Thk "Wail or tiik Fi.ua bug. LYON our remorseles* foe. Lays us by the thousands, low : Touched by his magnetic dust. Though unwilling, die we must. If our pow^r but matched our will, We'd that insect murderer kill; For his Powder, sura as fate, Will our race, annihilate. Lyon's Powder is harmless to mankind, but wil'. kills all house insects, garden worms, vine fcufd. Ac. Lyon's Magnetic Pills are sure death to rats and mice. Sold everywhere. Jy 21-2w Dxxkts 8. Baksks 4. Co., New York Dm. Dcpon's Sugar-coated Female Regulating Pills aro the very best t? use. They operate sptedily and effectively, and being sutur-sooted create io nau sea upon the raoet delicate stomach. A trial of th?ee Pi lis wil! prove their superiority over all others. Price 51 s box. Sold by 8. C. Ford.eorner 11th ?*r?et and Pa. avenue, Washington, and Henry Otxk, Alexandria. Ja6-ly The Soldier's Trcb Eriend ? For over-forty years. Dr. Holloway has heen supplying all the armies cf Europe with his Pills and Ointment, they having proved themselves the only medicines able to cure the worst cases of Dysentery, Scurvy. Sores, Wonuds and Bruises. Every knapsack should con tain them. Only 25 cents per Box or Pot. 232 Gbea? P1113TLTAIIA iiocTS, Baltimore nA ?arr\\burts, to the North and West.?Two trains leave aehington daily and one on Sanday?ouifck time low fare and :>a-re connections. Soldiers tickets sold through at Government rates. For tickets and fur ther information apply at tae oSice <?f Great Penn ?ylvaniE Itcute. northeast corner of Pennsylvania avenue ac3 Fixth St., Washington. ?ITiee open fro;a i a. in. untili p. m.; on Sunduyb from 2 to 4 p. m. aa 14-It 1. 0. Nobtob, Agent. Hair Dye ! Hair Dyb !! Bachelor's celebrated Hair Dye is tht best in th ?tccrlU. The only harmless, true anil reliable Dye known This splendid llair Dye is perfect?chantes Bed, Busty or Grey Hair instantly to a Glossy Blurk or Hatural Brotcn, without injuring the hair or staining the skin, leaving the hair soft and beautiful; imparts fresh vitality frequently re storing its pristine color, and rectifies the ill effects of Bad lyes. The Genuine is signed William A Batchelue. all others are mere imitations, ana should be avoiaed. Sold by ail druggists, Ac. Fac tory?Barclay street. New York. Batcheior's new Toiiet Cream for dressing ths hair. Jy7-eoly Becxkt DISEAbKS. Samaritan's Gift is the must certain, safe and effectual remedy?indeed, the only vegetable rem edy ever discovered. Cures in two to four days, and recent ca*es in twenty-four hours No miner al, no balsam, no mercury. Only ten pills to be taken. It is the soldier's hope, and a friend to those who do not want to be exposed. Male pack ages, 82; ft*male. g3. iSa mart can s Root and Herb Juicts?A. positive and permanen'. cure for Syphilis. Scrofula, Ulcers, Sores, Spots, Tetters, Ac Price 01, or six bottles for 95. bold by 8. 0. Ford. See advertisement. m3 Hobtktixr's Bittbrh.? Re-ware of Ice Water.? The chill given tothei-ireulation by large draughts of simple ice-water is decidedly dangerous?not tnat the coid and grateful tiuid may not be im bibed without peril, if a wholesome medicated stimulant be incorporated with it. In fact, a small wineglass of Hoatetter's Celebrated Stomach Bitters, taken before ift with the ice-water, the whole difficulty will be obviated. This genial preparation is the purest and most healthful tonic which the vegrtable kingdom has yet contributed under the manipulations of science, for the use of man. Itconverta the refrigerated beverage into an invigoiant, and causes it to assimilate health lully with the tiuids of the body. la all the range ?f medicines there is nothing so sure as a preven tive of malarious levers as Hostetter's Bitters, nothing that so completely defends the system against the malaria which bears upon its foul winds the seeds of deadly disease Take Hostetter'n Bitters with your ice water, and you are not only safe from the effects of the shock wkich the un qualified beverage is ce'cala^ed to produce on ihe circulation, but forearmed against ail the cause* of ?fever. Wholesale Agento? A. M. Bininger 7 Co., 337 FenD.ave. Jy6-eod Diseases or thk Nbbvous, Seminal, Uxixaxy Awd SixrAL Ststbk?.?New and reliable treat ment?in Ke ports of the Howard Association?sent In sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Address Dr. J. Skillir Heughton, Howard Association, Philadelphia. Pa. mar2fi-8m Thb chx a rxsr ai> best Haib Dtb nrmVotiA tlerer fades or Out.?Upham's Hair Dye,60 Maabox. The beat in tiee. Try it. Sold by 8. ord, oorner nth street and Pa. avenoe, Wash fwirton. and Henry Oook. Alexandria. Ja6-lr PKJTUKii FBAMBS AT SMVBNTU STBEBT OPPOSITE 7 HE PATENT OFFICE. I have for sale a very bne collection of Gilt and Dark Wood, Oval and 8quare Frame*, for Photo graphs. Lagravicgs. Ac. I warrant them to be of tbe Best manufacture, and offer them at very low ALSO. ON HAND. A few choice Pictures, to be sold low. Picture Cordf, Loops, TaiiseH, Ac. of various colora. Nail*, ltm/a. Ac PAPEBHAN<nSa? ANB WINDOW SHADES. 1u great variety at old prices. Paper put up in city or c ?untry. by cot p-tent workmen, promptly and Broperiy. Term* ca*h_ Come and s?m at ?na proper.,. 452 7th street, n i*.aw<w opposite Ps'^at yfliee. 4 OFFICIAL War Department, ) Provost Marshal General's Office, J Washington, D. C., July 17, 1983. \ Circular, So. 47. I. Drafted men become soldiers in tho service of the United St&tes by the fact of their names having been drawn in the draft. The notifica tion, served upon them by the Pro vast Marshal, is merely an announcement of the fact, and an order for them to report for duty, at a desig nated time and place. II. The following opinion of the Hon. William Whiting, Solicitor ot the War Department, is pnbli-a'ed for the information ot all concerned: "When a person has been drafted, in pur suance of the Enrollment act of March 3, ifflS, notice o! such draft must be served within ten da}*s ther after, by a written or printed notice, to be served on him, personally, or by having a copy at hit last place of residence, re quiring him to appear a: a designated rendez vous to report for duty Any person failing to report for duty after notice left at hi? la?t place of bepidence, or served on him person ally, without furniahinga .substitute or paying the $500, is pronounced by law to be a deserter; he may be arrested and held to trial by court martial, and 8KNTK2ICEDTO DEATH. ?? If a person after being drafted, and before receiving notice, deserts, notice may still be served by leaving it at his last place of resi dence, and if he does not appear in accordance with the notice, or furnish the substitute, or pay the 93W), he will be in law a deserter and must be treated accordingly. There is no way or manner in which a person, once ? enrolled,' can escape his public duties, and when drafted, whether present or absent, whether he changes his residence or absconds, the rights of the United States against him are secured, and it is only by performance of his duty to the country, that he will escape liability to" be treated as a criminal." William Whitino, Solicitor of the War Department. James B. Fry, jv 20-tf Provost Marshal General. ?i War Department, Provost JJanhal General's Office, Washington, D. C\, July 18, lr*>3. Circular Wo. 49. I. Hereafter a reward of ten (f 10) dollars ?will be paid for the apprehension and delivery ol a deserter, and paragraph '29, page G, Regu lations for the Government of the Provost Marshal General of the United States, as well a.* paragraph II of Circular No. '23, from Pro vost Marshal General's office, are amended accordingly. II. Paragraph 33, paee 7, same Regulations, is amended so as to read as follows: u # * * * The members of the guard may be allowed, for the time actually and ne cessarily employed on the trip, a per diem of not more than *! 5<i, besides their actual ex penses, provided they accomplish the duty as signed them." Jamks B. Fry, Provost Marshal Genera!. Xote.?Provost Marshals will give publicity to Circular No. 47, ol July 17, l&(i3, from this office. Jnly'JU-tf War Department. i Provo.'t Marshal General's Office, , H'aMuijrton, D. C., July 18, 1863. ) Circular, Ko. 51. ? . The fourth paragraph of Circular No. 44, issued from this office July IS, 1^63, is hereby modified, so as to correspond with the follow ing opinion of the Hon. William Whiting, Solicitor of the War I>epartment, which will hereafter govern in all cases in which it is applicable: opinion. ? A person drafted into the military service of the United States, under the provisions of the act of Maroh 3, 1803, chapter 75, for 'enroll ing and calling out the national'forces, and for other purposes,' claiming exemption from : draft by reason of any disability aa? provided ! in said act, has the right to have the question of his disability submitted to and passed upon by the Board of Enrollment, whose decision thereon is final. If the Board shall have de cided that the claimant is liable to serve, he has the right, after such decision against him, to pay his commutation-money, or to furnish his substitute, within such extended time as may be fixed by the order of the Board of Enroll ment for his appearance for duty. (Signed) "William Whitzno, "Solicitor of the War Department." .Tames B. Fry, jy lS-tf Provost Marshal General. WAK DEPARTMENT, Adjutant General's Officn, Washinqtom, June 29,1865. General Orders, No. 195. The Adjutant General will provide an appropri ate medal of honor fer the troops who, after the expiration of their term, have offered their services to the Government in the present emergency, and also for the volunteer troops from other State* that have volunteered their b^rvice in the States of Pennsylvania and Maryland. By order of the Secretary of War. E. I). TOWN8END, je 3D Assistant Adjutant General. IXEADQUABTERS DEPARTMENT OP WASH 11 INGTON. Qfice Chief Quartermaster, May 23,1863. Dealers in Agricultural Implements, Gab den Skeds, &c., are requested to furnish thisoffice price lists of the various articles of their trade. The same should be directed to Lientenant Colo nel Elias M. Gbeenb, Chie Quartermaster, De partment of Washington. my 25-tf %K7AB DEPARTMENT, TV Washington January M, 1863. In oensequence of the pressure of business at the War Department, passes for oitixe&s to visit the Armr of the Potomao will be given at the ojloa of Lieut. Ool. Commad, 132 Pennsylvania avenue above Nineteenth street. T 0PHAM8 PREMIUM TRUNK MANUFACTORY p 499 81TIIH St., Washington, D. 0. Silver Medai awarded by Maryland Institute of timore, November 7, 1860. AIM, Medal by Metropolitan Mechanic's Institute Washington, D. C., 1857. I am constantly making,and always have on hand, of the best ma terial. every description of Fins BOLE LEATHER, IRON FRAME, LADIES' DRESS. WOOD BOX, and PACKING TRUNKS FELLISBIBH, CARPET, and CANVAS TRAVELING BAGS, SCHOOL SATOHiLB, As AT LOW PRICES. embers of Congress ana Travelers will pleas* examine my stock before purchasing elsewhere Trunks that are made In other cities. Superior LEATHER and DRESS TRUNKS made to order. TRUNKB COVERED and REPAIRED at short ?otlce. Goods delivered fre# of charge to any part of the Hty, Georgetown and Alexandria. tf JAME8 8. TOPHAM. TRIIIENAR. Protected by Royal Lttttrs Patent of England, ana secured by the Seals of the Ecole de Phar mane dt Pans, and the Imperial College of Medicine, Titnna, TRIE8EMAR No. 1 la the effectual remedy for RELAXATION, SPER MATORRHEA AND EXHAUSTION Of THJ SYSTEM, TRIBBEMA& No. J, Completely and entirely eradicates all traoes of those disorders for which Copaiva and Cubebs have generally been thought an antidote, to the ruin oi the health of a vast portion of the population, TRIESEMAR No. 8, Is the great and sare remedy of the civilised world fer all impurities ef the system, as well as secondary symptoms, obviating the destructive use of Mer cury, as well as other deleterious ingredients, and which all the Bsrsaparilla in the world cannel remove. TRIESEMAR Nes. 1, t and a are alike devoid of taste or smell, and of all nauseating qual ities. They are in the form of a losenge, and may lie on the toilet table without their use being sus pected. Bold In tin eases at 93 eaeh, or four ?3 eases la one fer f 9, and in 927 cases, thus saviag 99, as administered by Vahpe&n, Lauemand, Roux, Ac., Ac. Wholesale and retail by DR. H. A. BARROW 194, Bleecker street, (four doors from MacDougal street,) New York. Immediately on reoeipt of re mittance. Dr. Barrow will forward Triesemar to any part of the world, securely packed, and addressed according to the instructions of the writer. Published also by DR. BARROW, that popular and beautifully illustrated medical work. Human Frailty. Price SO oents. Triesemar and Book can be obtained by special authority from 8.0. VORD, Washington JD. 0. 4e fj-tr EM'S AND BOYS' CLOJHING, at very low prices, at 464 Seventh street, just below Smith 'k. jy 14 Adams express company. 0FFI01 f 14 PA. AVENUE, Washington City, D. I, GREAT EASTERN. NORTHERN AND WEST' BRN EXPRESS FORWARDERS I MERCHANDISE, MONEY, JEWELRY, VALU ABLRS. NOTES, STOCKS, BONDS, Afl. Forwarded with SAFETY AND DIBPAlfcH to aU aoeessible sections of the country. This Company has agencies in the principal Hallway Towns ^NORTH, BAST, WEST, AND NORTHWEST. Its principal offices are WASHINGTON, D. 0., NEW Y0BK, BOSTON PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE' C1N CINNATI, 8*. LOUIS, LOUtS VILLfc, LEXINGTON. Connections are made at New York and Boston with lines forwarding to the CAN ADAS and the and thence by European expresses to all prominent commercial towns in GreatBritaln and on the Con ^Co&ctlon of NOTES. DRAFTS and BILLS made At aH mseeillils parts or the United States. f*H O. O. DUNN, Agmt. Washington, D. 0. THE CHEAPFBT CLOTHING Hoes! is a JfRUCJB A CO.'S, 401 ikventb st. jylifr DENTISTRY. SIG ESMOND A HAYWARD, AMD IMPSOT13 m?lNTIOR artificial CBFOPLiSTlt BOSK TIETH, f ITIOOT HxIAL PfcA*? OB OLltfl, DR. 8. B. SIGE8MOND, 110 Brndvay, Ntw Tork.nndUtOPmmvhnmiM A*tnnt. betvten lith ami 1-1A fix., Washington, Calls tt,* attention of the Public to the following advantages of his improved system. " . I The Teeth of his manufacture usver ct Tm?da dot change cofor oy any " aaids b#in? thre^-fourths lighter than any other. t. No teeth or roots need be extrated.as the artificial nr.os can b?inserted over them. i. The roots will be made inoffensive, and never Iq ? No temporary teeth are c?<ided,M permanent apes can t<> made Immediately, thereby preserving tae njxarai exjuvssion of the face, which under the old system is frequently disfigured. K This work has been fullT tested over fire ?ears by many of the first chemists and physloians 'a ? h'w* Invented a white undestnietive metal SlUng, with which the most sensitive teeth can be flllep without pain, and can build ub a per fect sound tooth on any side roott, which will list lhro!i*h llfetetime. Oa.ll and examine for yourself. Jy *>*' Titt , LOOMI8. M. D., the I^rirator and Patent? of the MINERAL PL ATI TEETH, attends ptrsenally at hia offloe In this &tr. MttTjJgW persons can %ear these teeth who cannot^ ? ** wear ott-ers, and no person can wear others who sennet wear these. . . . . Persons calling at my office can be aooomraooatea with any style and price of Teeth they may desire; hut to those who are particular and wish the purest, D&uoms In this oitT?No. 339 between 9th and H*h streets. Also, HOT Areh at., Philadelphia mar*-|y KENDALL'S IlBOLIIfE FOB TBI HUB* A MB OLINE MOISTENS, BEAUTIFIES, ODORATES, JUENOHTHENS, INVIGORATES, HOURISJTES, EMBELLISHES THE HAIR. KENDALL'S AMBOLINE is a rare compound stimulating extracts from Flowers, Roots, a?". Herbs, for the GROWTH, BEAUTY, and PEB MANINT VIGOR of the H XlR. ?'Highly beneficial where the hair requires (fentie stimulant." Da. CHILTON. " Havo never had anything which so perfectly answers the purpose of a hair dressing." WARREN WARD, Esq., No. 277 Canal street, N. Y. ? After being bald for seven years your AM BO LINK has covered the entire scalp with NSW HAIR." Prof. JOnN SENIA, No. 35 King street, N, Y. Por sale by all Druggists and Pancy ? Goods Dealers. Put in boxes, (containing two bettles,) price 81. I Manufactured and for sale at wholesale by ? KENDALL A BANNISTER, elo-6m No. 542 Broadway, N. Y. NATIONAL LOAN. The Secretary of the Treasury having extended to the FIRST DAY OF AUGU8T NEXT the privilege of conversion, we shall continue until that date to furnish THE NEW SIX PER CENT. BONDS. of the UNITED STATES* PAYABLE TWENTY YEARS PROM DATE, Or after five years, at the option of the government These Bonds are the CHEAPEST GOVERNMENT SECURITY now in the market, BEING SOLD AT PAR and yielding BIX PER CENT. INTEREST IN GOLD, Equivalent at present price of in to Nine per Cent, in Currency. They offer a SECURE AND PROFITABLE MODE OP IN VESTMENT, Por large or small sums, THE COUPON BONDS are issued in 850's, f'OO's Sfioo's, and 81,000's. and the \ REGISTERED BONDS IN $S0's, 8100'S, 3500'S. Slew's, and SS.OOo's. Persons desiripg further information concerning the loan can procure, upon application at our counter, or by mail, circulars answering all questions that may arise. JAY COOKE A CO., Bankers, jT 452 13th street. piVK-TWKNTY BONDS. We are now prepared to furnish to purchasers U. 3. FIVE TWENTY BONDS 'denominations, upon application, without any delay Subscribers holding our receipts are notified that their bonds are ready for delivery and are request ed to rail for them, JAY COOKE A CO., je M-tf 52 15th street. IL|ABBEY COLLINS A OO.'B PHILADELPHIA DRAUGHT ALE AND PORTER. I f* now receiving large quantities of DRAUGHT ALE and PORTER from this celebrated Brewery, which I am prepared to furnish on short notioe to til persons who will favor me with their orders. Satisfaction guarantied. Orders given to my drivers will bo promptly at tended to. Goods delivered in all porta of Washington and Seorgetewn, free of charge. Torn* Cm th on dtlimtry. RILEY A. 8HINN, Agent, Wnitn Boitlint D*ot, *7 Green st? BO l-tf Georgetown, D. 0, A PAMB' EXPRESS POMP ANY. MOTICE OF REMOVAL, The DELIVERY OFFICE of this OoapUT U Removed from Third street to the large depot om E UriUXtwe M and M str?ts ?ee?-tf CLARIFIED GIBER 0LARlyui) OIDERI! I have Jut received per schooners "Q^orge 8. Adams" and "J. W.," from Boston, a large supply of Pure Massachusetts CLAEIFIED CIDER, which I offer for sale at the lowest market price, ia quan tities to suit purchasers. Hotel keepers, sutlers and all others in want of a prime article or Cider are invited to call and ex uata. <U> Union Bottling Depot, AT Green st., M-tf Georgetown, p. 0, APPINE8B OB MISERY I ?THAT IS THE H "QUESTION.?The proprietors of the " PAR lN CABINET OP W0NI IWAN CABINET OP WONDERS, ANAT0MY1 and MEDICINE," have determined?renrdless of utpenso?to issue, free, < for the benefit of suffering humanity,) four ot their most Instructive and inter Mting Lectures on Marriage and its Disquali&M Uons Nervous Debility, Premature Deoline, Inai fostlon, Weaknew, Depression, or ignoranee of Physiology and Natures Law. These invaluable lectures have been the means of enlightening and saving thousands, and will be forwarded free on tho receipt of four stamps, by addressing Stcrttmr* fmritum ?/ Anatrmv mmd Mtditin*. ?6J Broadway New York. It 18-lr CUTLERS, ATTENTION I O , for SALE. 100 boxes CABTILE SOAP, , 100 " ADAMANTINE ijANDLES, 100 " TALLOW - , _ " ^ ? Oheap for cash at National Soap and Oandle . Works, Green street ahd the Canal, Georeetowu, P.O. *a?ry ; rpfilB IB TO NOTIFY BUTLERS OP THE 1 J. army that I am prepared to furnish at all times | and at short notices ail kinds of WAGONSjJte,, ap pertaining to sutlers. CH ARLBB 8LACJK, Corner of John and Cathedral sts., ' mar 14-6m* Baltimore, Md. PILES, PILES, PILES,-Dr. WITFIELD?8 VEGETABLE PILL8 are warranted a certain I cure fer Piles. The worst oases yield after one or two doses. No surgical operation should be re sorted to, as relief thus obtained is but temporary, and no cure has ever been perfected by the use <tf the I knife, The foBowing gentlemen have been cured : Mr. Stiles, No. 2U9 Broadway; Mr Hughes, No. 107 8pringstreet; Mr. Fisher. No. 544 Broome ' street, and numerous ladies whose addresses can be obtained at my office. Price 50 oents per box I' gold by all dtuggists. Wholesale by D. 8. BARNES A CO , No. 202 Broadway, and by th? proprietor. Dr. bitfield's Pills are sold by S. C. FORD Ne. l 290 Penn. avenue, Washington, D. O., ana by ; HENRY COOK, King street, Alexwidrla^Va. je 13-lm No. 481 Broadway. New York, \\T BOYS CLOTHTNO. nowest styleet suitable for the present Reason for dress and school wear, to which we invite the ?motion or BT1PH1N, t 00 SB" ~ ' " ap ntn S33 Pennsylac ia Avenue, between Ninth and Tenth streets m/f ELODEONS.?A large assortment of Prinee A 1T1 Co.'s Melodeons have ju t been received at the Musio Store of W. Q. MET TT, ap7 PROPOSAL*. pBOPOSALS FOB STATIONBHY. Hocb* o? Bbprbskktattvks United Statist Oumx's Office, 15th July, IBM. \ In pursuance of the seventeenth sectin* of tb*l act cf Congress >f August 2*. 1842. entitled "u.a act legalizing ana m skins appropriations lor such nee (nary objects a# have been usually included ia the general appropriation fulls without authority ? f law. and to Ax and prov.<l? for certain m ideatal expenses of the Departments and Offices of (Jo* en roent.and for other purpo*-s," Sealed Proposals will be received at this uffict until Monday, the 31*triay or August next.at 12 o'cioek in , for fur nishing the following articles of Stationery fur tbe use of the House of Representatives of the United States, viz : Clash No. 1.? Paptr. 200reans white vuartu post, extra superfine, feint lined 50 ream* white quarto post, extra superfine, feint lined. gilt iO reacts white quarto post, extra superfine, ruled to pattern 25 ream* wbit- quarto post. extra superfine, plain X.0 reams white commercial note, extra superfine, feint lined lfO reams white commercial note, extra superfine, frint lined, cilt 50 reams white commercial note, extra superfine, plain K0 ream* white foolscap, extra superfine, feint lined SO reams white legal cap, extra superfine Clash No. ?K*i'i/opts. KO.WW whit#- thick ao aesive envelopes, S\ by 123,? 0 white thick adhesive envelopes 5)~ by 3^ whit- thick adhe-ive envelopes. by 2'4 i5 000 buff thick adhesive envelopes, 5>4 by 3 Si 4o.W0 wb ite thick adhesive envelopes, ?-?> by 3\ JO,OCO white thick adhesive envel >pes, ?.\by x\ buff thick adhesive envelopes.7\ by 3-li l.OlO/Ko buff thick envelopes, by 3,S Class No. 3. 40 dozen pocket knives, assorted styles i dr.zen office shears. 11 inches 1 dozen office shears. 9inches 4 dozen office shears. 6 inches 10 dozen scissors, assorted styles 1? dozen color pencils, large and small .10 gross lead pencils 5 gross lead pencils rubber beads 9'dozen rubber propeiliug pencils, large and caAll 7ft pounds sealing wax, best quality 15" spools pink tape 50 gross pick tape. in packages 2 dozen fetter holders, gilt and bronze 10 dozen ready reference flies f> dozen portfolios, assorted styles 12dozen ivory and pearl paper knives 10 gross rubber bands and rings, assorted sizes, 51 duzeu !>ilk braid C dozen rulers, assorted 15 pounds treeing rubber, various sixes 6 dozen penwipers 8 dozen pencil sharpeners, 2 dosen spring punches 1 dozen eyelet sets 15 dozen packs visiting sards 600 sheets parchment Class No 4. 200 gross best metallic pens in boxes 75dozen black swann quill pens 7S boxes cut quills 1 v, gross 4 inch llat bottom glass inkstands 8 dozen glass inkstands, assorted styles 4 aozen A mold's writing Huid. quarts and pfeta 15 gross penholders, assorted styles ?5dozen mucilag . large an 1 small bottles 5 dozen paperweights, assorted styles 4 dosen hand boxes 000 dosen small papers black writing sand Class No. 5. reams brown maoiila enveloping paper, flat, very tough, with smooth surface, ?by ? inches, te weigh not less than ? pounds per ream ? reams brown manilla enveloping paper, flat, very touzh, with smooth surface, ? by ? Inches, to weigh not less than ? pounds per ream reams brown ramlla enveloping paper, flat, verv tough, with smooth surface, ? by ? inches, to weigh not less than ? pounds per ream ? Proposals for the above mnst state the p-ice per ream for paper, and price per thousand for enve lopes. and be accompanied by the names of the sureties intended to be offered. By the act approved June 17th, 1844, the Clerk of House of Representatives is"direct?d to confine his purchases exclusively to articles of the growth and manufacture of the United States, provided the same can be pfocured of such growth and manufacture of suitable quality, and a' reasonable prices, upon as good terms as t > quality and price as can te procured of foreign growth and manu facture." Afprefsrence will, therefore, be given to thb prerioctions of American industry; and all per sons making proposals to supply any article will state whether the same is of the growth and manu facture of the United Slates The articles are to be delivered, free of any charge for carriage, at the office of the Cletkof the Honse of Representatives, on or before tbe th day of next. Each bidder, though he may desire to propose for the whole of the articles above enumerated, will be required to make i separate and distinct pro posal for tarhilass ; and no proposal or paper, em bracing moretban a single class will be considered. Bach proposal to be endorsed " Proposals for Class N o. , of Stati onerv for House of Repreaenta tivea of the United States ' and addressed to the undersigned. They will be free of post age. Sufficient specimens of each class mustaeeora pacy the proposals, marked with the name of the biddsrandthe number or the class, according to tbe above advertisement. The person offering to furnish any desertpt >n of articles at the lowest price.quality consider*? . ?nail receive a contract for the same on executing a bind with two or more sureties, satisfactory to the Clerk of the House of Representatives, for the performance of the same, under a forfeiture of twice the contract price, tn the ease offatlu e, which bond must be filed in the office of the said Clera within ten days after the proposals have been opened and the result dedarea. EMERSON CTUSRID9I, y 14 law4w Clerk H. B. U. S. [Ohron Intel k. Uepuh.l pROPOSALS POR BUNTING AND DRY U00W3 Bureau of Navioatiob, N *vv Dbpartmemt, f IVathinxion, July 15, 16b3. \ Sealid Proposals will be receivrd at this Ru rem, until the 15tn day of August next, for fur nishing the requisite supplies of Bunting and Dry G<>ods for the Navy during the year ending on tbe 30th of June, 18(34. , , Proposals must be endorsed "Proposals for Banting, or Dry Goods." as the ease may be, and directed to the Chief of the Bareau The articles to be included in these proposals are particularly described in the printed schedules, copies of which may b? obtained on application to the Commandants, or Navigation Officers, of the respective Yards, or ?t the Bureau. 8amples will be seen, and instructions or special information obtained, on application to the Commandants or Navigation Oflicers of the Yards. As the qualities specified in the schedules are only estimates of probable requirements, the right is reserved to require more, or accept less, than the Quantities set liown in the schedules. All articles must be delivered to the Yard, at the expense and risk of the contractor, in suitable packages, with bis name properly marked thereon; and the articles must be subject to the inspection. meaRuremsnt, weight. Slc ,of the Yard where re ceived, and entirely (satisfactory to the Navigation Officer stationed thereat Offers will be received for the whole of the Bunt ing,or the whole ol the Dry Gi ods, required for tho feur Yards, to be delivered only at the Navy Yard at Brooklyn, New lork; and offers will be re ceived for the quotas separately required for each Yard, to be delivered at the \ &rd for which the proposal is made. In computing, the price stated in the column of prices will be the standard, and the aggregate extended in tbe column of amounts. Every oiler must be accompanied by a written guarantee, as required by law, the form of which is fiubjoined. . . . . The oontract in each case will be awarded to the lowest bemnfids bidder who gives proper security for its fulfilment, but the right is reserved to re ject any or all of tbe bids, if for tbe interest of the ^T^oseoo^y whose offers may be accepted will be notified and the contracts will be forwarded as soon thereafter as practicable, which the parties will be required to execute within ten days after receiving them at tbe nearest post offices or navy aVuretfi?s in the full amount will be required to sisn tbe sontract. and their responsibility certified to by a United States District Judge, Attorney, Collector or Navy Agent. Form of Guarantee. The undersigned. ,of , in the State of and , of , in the State of ??, hereby guarantee that in case the foregoing bid of for any of tbe materials therein named be accepted, he or they will, within ten days after the receipt of the contract at the post offioe named, or yary Agent designated, execute the contract for the same with good and sufficient sureties; and in case tbe said shalljail to enter into con tract, as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the difference between the offer of the said ? and that which may be accepted. Signatures of two guarantors, | ? p Date. Witness. x. I hereby certifyrhat the above named are known to me as men of property, and able to make good their guarantee. Signature, G. H, Date. * To be signed by the United States District Judge, United States District Attorney, Collector, or Navy Agent. ?. Jy 13-Iaw4w TISH-WANG, 7HE GREAT CHINESE ' BEMEl>Y/<* GONORRH(EA, GLEET, 'Etc. On* Bjx will perform a Cdru.? 'Ingredients are purely vegetable. It is w f -> \ pleasant to the taste, has ne bad odor, and may be carried in the vest pocket without fear of deteetion. Circulars free. Price $1 a box. Bold by 8. C. UPHAM, 403 Chestnut st., Philadelphia, and in Washington by 8. C. PORD, 390 Pennsyl yaniaavenue. Sent by maiL Je 16-eoly MMAP3.* AP OP CHARLESTON; 25 cents. Map of the United States, Mexico, Canada, &0.; ?1.5U. Sectional Map of Louisiana; 33. Sectional Map of Arkansas; ?5. Sectional Map of Missouri; *1.50. Sectional Map of Illinois; $1. , Sectional Map of Indiana; 91. Cordova's Map of Texas; ?2. Map of the Great Lakes; 81. ? Map of the Pacific States; -91.50. Map of the Southern States; 91.50. Jttap of Vir?inia; 51.50. Hip of Kastern Virginia, Maryland, fte.; 50 ct?. Map of Eastern North Carolina. &o.; 91 26. Lloyd's Mtp of the Missi?*ippi River; ?1. Lloyd's Map of Kentucky; 3?<?nts. ^ ; County Map of the United States; 91 25, Also,a large assortment AYLQR J- ACCORDEONS. U8T Received from Paris a large assortment of finest quality Acoordeons, which we ?; sell cheaner than any <?th*r hause?from SJ to 9S"? Cheaper wiaua ?MOTa>aoTT.g Mus!o Store, ? e29 tf cerner of Uth and Pwnn. ???. ALL AT PMlTHt, 460 8evonth street, to gel your Clothing, if M TRAVELERS' DIRECTORY. MALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD^ : between WASHINGTON and BALTIMORE, as i follow* : ! *OB PHILADELPHIA NEW YOBK A BO8TOW. Imtc Washington at 8 and ll.l?a. m. and a and MD p. m. On Sunday* at 6 90 p. m. only, i JOB BALTIMOB1. Leave at 0.90, 8 and 11.18 a. m. and 3.1 and 6 90 p 1 m. On Sunday* at8 a. m. and 9 and 3.30p. m only FOR ALL PARTS Of THB WEST. L#ave Washington ?t 6 SO a. m. and s. ? and f p I p.m. On Sundays at 3 and 6.30 p. m. only. YOB WASHINGTON AND THB SOWTH. j Leave Baltimore for Washington at4.?i,fi %ad 10 ! a.m. and 3.50,c-and 8 p.m. On Sundaysat 4.30 and i 8 a. m. and 5 p. m. FOB ANNAPOLIS. i Leave Baltimore at 8 a. m and 6p. m. Leave Waahington at 8 a. m. ana 5 p. m, ! No train for Annapolis on Sunday*. ! The third and fonrth trains only from Baltimore ; and the first and fifth trains from Washington stop ! atway points. W. P. SMITH. Master of Transportation. L. M. OOLB, General Ticket Agent. apJl-tf J g SPRING AND SUMMEr'sCHEDULE OP TRI BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. FROM WASHINGTON CITY I THE BRKAT SHORT LINE TO THE WEST, SOUTH AND NORTH-WEST. Making the Quickest Time. And the Only Rout* that can sell a Through Ticket direct, or fire a Through Check for Baggag? fr?m Washington City. With Lens Changes of Cars than on any other Route, and ko Omnibus Riding, POUR DAILY TRAINS PROM WASHINGTON CITY, (Sundays excupted,) making connections with Trains leaving Baltimore at 8.15 a. m. and 9 P. u. On Sundays, Two Trains at 3 and 6.30 P. M., con necting at Relay with 9 P. n. Train from Baltimore, 10R THB WEST. Train leaving Washington at 6.30 a. X. makes connection at Washington Junction (Relay House) with Train leaving Baltimore at 8.15 A. M. Trains leaving Washington at 3, 5, or A.90 P.M. make connection with Train leaving Baltimore at 9 p.m. BB SURB ft) BUY YOUR TICKETS BY THB BALTIMORB AND OHIO RAILROAD. Till it the Only Route by which Through Tickett or Through Baggage Checks can be procured in Washington. Knight's Latest Improved 9LERPTNG CARS, of the most superior finish, attached to Night Trains. THB SHORTBST AND MOST DIRECT ROUTE TO COLUMBUS, DAYTON, LOUISVILLE, CIS C INN A 27, INDIANAPOLIS, TERRA HAUTE, ST. LOUIS, CHICAGO, <?c., tCc., die., KTwith Lisa charges or cars tea* bt aht OTHKK ROUTB.^g Sptnal Notice to Passentert for the West from WashingtonPassungers going West, by purcha sing their THROUGH TICKETS in Washington, by the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, SAVE ONE DOLLAR in the Throajjh prioe, and have the priv ilege of visiting Baltimore (if desired) without additional charge. S9-0 iimeetionB at the Ohio River with CLEVE LAND A PITTSBURG, CENTRAL OHIO and MAR1 rtTTA A CINCINNATI RAILROADS; and. through them, with the whole Railway System of of the NORTk WEST, CENTRAL WEST, and SOUTH WEST. For THROUGH TICKETS please apply at the Ticket Oflice-Washiftgten elation. W. P. SMITH, Master of Transportation M. POLE. General Ticket Agent. ap 11 -tf 1963] THB C1S6S PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD (with its connections) IS A FIRST-CLASS ROUTE TO ALL THE WESTBBN CITIES, SPEED, SAFETY AND COMFORT I BTONB BALLASTBB AND FBBB FBOM DUST BAGGAGE CHECKED THROUGH FBOM BALTIMOBE THREE DAILY TRAINS FROM PHILADELPHIA TO PITTSBUBG! Two of them making OLOBB CONNECTIONS AT HABRISBUB? with Trains on the NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD, an4 forming THE GREAT CENTRAL BOUTB from WASHINGTON AND BALTIMOBE to all points in the WEST, NORTHWEST, AND SOUTHWEST. rUT for Through Tickets apply at the office* of the Northern Central Railroaa Company, northeas corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Sixth street, Washington, and Calyert Station, Baltimore. SPLENDID SLEEPING CABS ON ALL NIGHT TRAINS. SMOKING A>o SALOON OAR8 ON ALL TRAINS FBOM WASHINGTON. Passengers will take the ?a. m. and ?.30p.m. train* connecting in Baltimore with the 9.15 a. m. and 9.15 p. m. trains on the Northern Central Rail road, and arrive in Harrisburg at 1 p. m, and 1.36 a m., there making close connections with the trains on the Pennsylvania Central Railroad for all parte of the West. FREIGHTS. By this route Freights of all descriptions can be forwarded to and from any point on tne Railroads of Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa, or Missouri, by Railroad direct. The Pennsylvania Central Railroad also connects at Pittsburg with Steamers, by which Goods can be forwarded to any port on the Ohio. Muskingum, Kentucky, Tennessee, Cumberland, Illinois, Missis sippi, Wisconsin, Missouri, Kansas, Arkansas, and Red Rivers; and at Cleveland, Sandasky, and Chi cago with steamers to all Northwestern Lakes. Merchants and shippers entrusting the transpor tation of their Freight to this Company oan rely with confidence on its speedy transit. THE RATES OF FREIGHT to and from any point In the West, by the Pennsylvania Central Railroad, in at all times as favorable as art charted by other Railroad Companies. tOT Be particular to mark package* "Via Penna. Central R.R." WM. BROWN, Agt Northern Central R. R., No. *0 North street, Baltimore, ENOCH LEWISfGeniSuperintendent.Altona.Pa. L. L. HOUPT, Genl Ticket Agent, Philadelphia. H. H. HOUSTON,General Freight Agent, Phila delphia. jaa 1-ly.r gECRET DISEASES! SECRET DISEASES! SAMARITAN'S GIFT! SAMARITAN'S GIFT! THB MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVER USED. "Yes.A Po?itiye Cure" for GONORRHOEA. GLFET, STRICTURES, *<. Contains no Mineral, no Balsam, no Mercury, Only Ten Pills to be Taken to Effect a Cvrt. They are entirely vegetable, having no smell nor any unpleasant taste, and will not in any way in jure the stomach or bowels of the most delicate. Cures in from two to four days, and recent cases in "twenty-four hours." Prepared by a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the most eminent Doctors and Chemists ef the present day. SO KXP08T7RK, SO TROUBLE, SO CHANOR WHATKVBR. Let those who have despaired of getting eured, or who have been gorged with Balsam Copaiva, or Vuuwws Birr. Bent by mall in a plain envelope. Price?Male packages, #2. Female, 99. BLOOD I BLOOD II BLOOD lit SCROFULA,ULOBBS. 80RES, SPOTS, TETTBB8. SCALJsB, BOILd, SYPHILIS OB VE NEREAL DISEASES Ac. MARITAN'S BOOT AND HBBB JUICE, is the most potent, oertain and effectual remedy ever pre scribed; it reaches and eradicates every particle of the venereal poison, so that the care is thorough and permanent. Take then of this purifying reme dy and he healed, and do not transmit to your pos terity that for wMhich^ou^inayrepe-nt in after years. Although you may oe pronounced incurable, the SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICES will remove every vestige of impurities from the system, as well as all the Dad effecta of Mercury. FEMALES I FEMALBS!! In many affections with which numbers of Fe males suffer, the ROOT AND HERB JUICES is most happily adapted, in Uloerated Uterus, in Whites, in hearing down, Falling of the Womb, Debility, and for aU complaints incident to the sex. Sent by express. Price #1 a bottle, o*6 bottle* for II, 8AMABITAN*8 CHANCRE WASH. Price 25 cents. Full directions. DESMOND A CO., Box 161 Philadelphia Post Office. Sold by 8. CALVERT FORD, e rner of 11th and Pa. avenue. HBNBY COOK. Alexandria. may 6-tr j^ILITARY GOODS. WALL, STEPHENS A CO., 329 Pknnsylvania Aviotb, Offer the largest assortment in this city, embrac ing all Qualities used by officers in the Army and Navy, such as SWORDS. BASHES. BELTS, SHOULDER STRAPS. HATS, CAPS, PISTOLS. Ac., Ac,, with a fine assortment of UNIFORM CLOTHING,with which we oan furnish officers compute outfits in a few moments. WALL, 8TBPHEN8 A 00., ap 11-tflf 388 Pennsylvania Avenue. SOTS AND SHOES TO SUIT THE TIMES. We are now manufacturing aH kinds of BOOTS B and SHOEB^andj &M?rBastern-n?^* HT, made expressl* isold at a muchlowel oharged ?pSSialn want ofBOOTS and BHQJBB ef Eastern or Oitv-made work, will always find a good assort ment in store and at the lewest priees Give us BM? m ?*?* eBDWIn & BROTHER, i-tf,r 81* Pennsylvania avenfie. IOU RN AL Of IA RESIDENCE ON A GEORGIAN J Plantation in 1838, 1839. By Frances Anne I ^IrSmeir'of'the Life and Character of the late Theo. frelinghuyeen. By Talbot W. Chambers; iaeo. srcuiig^7i FRANCK TAYLOR. M HELMBOLD'S RICHLY CO*?EVTRATI? COMPOUND FLUID EXT*fcLCT BTJCHXF A POSITIVE AID SPECIFIC REMEDY roa Non-Retention or Incontinence of Urine, Irrita tion, Inflammation or Ulceration of the Blad der and Kidneys, Disrates of the Proi. trate Gland, SUme in the Bladder, V alee rout Gravel or Brick Oust Deposit and Mucous or MOl ? discharges, and all Diseases or Affections ' the Bladder and Kidneys, and Dropsical Swellings, existing in Men, Women or Children. HELHBOLD'S EXTRACT BTCHT. For Weakness arising from Excesses, Habits of Di?. sipation, attended with the following symptoms: Indisposition to Exertion. Loss of Power Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing Weak Nerves, Trembling, Horror of * Disease,Dimness of Vision,Wake fulness, ?ain in the Baek, Uniyersal Lassitude of the Muscular System, Hot Hands, Flushing of the body, Dry ness of the Skin, ERUPTIONS ON THE FACE, PALLID COUNTENANCE. These symptoms, If allowed to go on, whieh thi? medicine invariably removes, soon follows Fa tuity, Epileptic Fits, in on* of which the patient may expire. Who can say thnt they are not frequently followed by those *' Direful Diseases," IN. SANITY and CON8UMP TION. Many are aware of the eanse of their suffering, but none will confess. The records of the In sane Asylums and the Melan choly Deaths by Con sumption, bear ample wit ness to the truth of the as sertion. The constitution onee affected with Organic Weakness, re quires the aid of medicine to Strengthen ana Invigorate the System, which HELM BOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHU INVARIABLY D0?? HELMJB OLD'S HIGHLY OONOXNTRATBD COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT BAR8APARILLA, Far purifying the blood, re moves all diseases . arising from excesses and imprudence in life. chronic constitutional dis eases arising from an impure state ofthe blood, and the only relia ble and effectual known remedy or tbe cure of Scrofula, Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Pains and Swellings of the Bones, Ulcerations of the Throat and'Legs.Blotches, Pimples on the Face, Tetter, Erysipelas, and all scaly eruptions of the skin. Two table spoonsful of the Extract of Sarsapa rilla add i*d to a pint of water, is equal to the Libsoa Diet Drink, and ene bottle is fully equal to a gallon of the Syrup of Sarsaparilla, or the Decoction, a? usually made. ?-THESE EXTRACTS HAVE BEEN ADMIT TED TO USE IN THE UNITED 8TATES ARMY, and are also in very general use in all the STATE H08FITALS and PUBLIC SANITARY INSTI TUTIONS throughout the land, as well as in pri. vate practices,and are considered as invaluable remedies. See Medical Pkopkbties or Bucnu. From Dispensatory of the United States. # gee Professor BEWEES' valuable works on the Practice of Physic. See remarks made by the late celebrated Dr PHYSIC, Philadelphia. See remarks made by Dr. EPHRAIM McDOW ELL, a celebrated Physician, and Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Ireland, and published in the transactions of the King and Queen s Jour nal. 8ee Medico Chirnrgical Review, published by BENJAMIN TRAVERS, Fellow of Royal College of 8urg?ons. See moat o? the late Standard Works of Medicine PRICES. Extract Buchn, $1 per bottle, or six for 55. Extract Sarsaparilla, $1 per bottle, or six for $5. Delivered to any address, securely packed from observation. Address letters for information, in confldenoe, to HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL OFFICE, 104 Booth Tenth Street, (below Chestnut,) PHILADELPHIA, BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND ON PRINCIPLED DEALERS, Who endeavor to dispose of "their ewn" and "other" articles on the reputation attained by HELMBOLD'S PREPARATIONS: HELMBOLD'S GENUINE EXfBACT BUCHU,* * <? HELMBOLD'S GENUINE EXTRACT 8ARSAPASILLA HELMBOLD'S GENUINE IMPROVED ROSE WASH. SOLD BYDRV9QISTS EVERYWHERE. ASK FOR HELMEOLD'8, TAKE NO OTHER. ? ' I ' ' : ' ' -I aw o is advertisement and tend for 1 ?vo on end expomre, ap 10-tr