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FREHTICEAH1A. Tbtr?bflll?( itlll float* ov*r Fort Sumter, kit it floats over a mere mi* of mint. And ?bat's exactly what it float* oyer whenever U atreema abova tbr Southern Confederacy. Tbc ladle* of Eaat Tennessee are all kissing the Federal flag. Ladies of East Thimun! we an the impertonntion of that flag! It is etatrd that a man can livs in Japan on two cent* a day. But la life in Japan worth two cents a day 1 Ho much p boot?? they are now ha vine upon the stare everywhere is bnt the (host of the drama. A rocss lays rffn.- Dtmoirai. Well, lay on. We will not bran* np your aoat. And the Deril himself wouldn'tsuak th* *W A sword is to be preeeiitad to G*n. Thomas. On* would think thai some other oUlcers n**d swurde more than be does He seeras to hart had a rood one all along, and to have made good use of it. A Dm*rt? Rkpbmivbd at turn Last Mo isit.-Au execution was to hare taken place on the toh Inst., in the secou* division, army of the Petomac. The ?rave was due, ih<> coffin paraded, the victim bad closed h;a *ye* upon th* werld?all preparations for the Execution had been made, when an order arrived from th* President to suspend it. The effect on th* prisoner was fleeric. Though a lew momenta before certain death stared him iu the face, now life, with all its hopes and enjoymt nts, cheered his future. The prisoner, Willi tm F. Wiltks, belonged to the Fifty-ninth New York volun teers. He deserted on the lath of Deoemb-T last, as the regiment was going into action, and was lately arrested at New Castle, Weet ohsster county ?If. Y. Htrald. To* Hy*k ' fCo* ditioh?TomHyer's friends report bim as sinking fast, and they say the v do not believe he will live the week out. Khen matlc affection, dropsy. ar d a ? eriesot ? otnpi catsd infirmities have art In, and be is rapidly falling. The benefltgiven him laat week at ihc Mew Bowery netted him nearly R700, which will prove quite a Goo send ?JV. Y. E*prtu. ?7" The wool-growers of Illinois have formed a " Wool-Grower's Association " and adopted resolutions recommending a common organizi kon throughout the United Stites, to protect themselves from combinations of speculators and monopolists. ttf The hop crop of the Eastern States this y?ar will exceed that of last year by 1,500 to 5,?H) bales. So says the Boston Journal. i From the army hospital?the bloody battle. ??Id?the mansion of the rich and humble abode ?f the poor?from the office and the sacred desk ?from the mountain top, distant valleys and Jar-off islands of the ocean?from every nook aad eorner of the civilised world?is pouring ! In the evidence of the astonishing effects of ? DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS. Thou. j | sands upon thousands of letters like the fal lowing may be seen at our office: Rxdsbcby; Wis., Sept. 16, l^?n. ****** I have been in the army hospi tals for fourteen months?tpeechless and near ly dead. At Alton, 111., they gave me a bottln of Plantation Bitters. # # * Three bottles Ysstoi-ttl my speech and cared me. * * * * 0. H. Flavte."' South Wabsaw, O., Jhly !to, ( ? # One young man, who hnd been ai?k and not out ot the house for two years I V with Scrofula an d Erysipelas, alter paying the , doctors over 8150 without benefit, has been j ?ured by ten bottles of your Bitten*. * * * j Euwaud Wucxall." j Th* following is from the Matron of the ! Union Home School for the Children of Volun teers: Havxksvkb Maksiow, f 7th Si-kkzt, ) Nxw Yokk, August^ IWU. \ j j ?Da. Dbakb: Your wonderful Plantation Bitters have been given t* some uf our liitln ?hildren suffering Irom weakness aad wet* lungs with most happy effect. Uim little girl, ; i In particular, with pains in tbe ti.-a-l, toss of * appetite, and daily wasting consumption, on whom all medical skill had been exuausteil, has been entirely restored. We *omiAencMd with but a teaspoonful of Bitters a day. Her appetite increased, strength and health toilow ?d. * ? * * Respectfully, Mns. O. M l>?voa." ?m? ? * I owe much to yen, for I verily believe the Plantation Bitters have saved my lif*. Rav. W. H. Wauuokbb, Madrid, N. Y." ??? * ? Thou wilt send me two bottles more of thy Plantation Bitt? rs. My wifa has been greatly benefited by their use. Thy lrknd, Asa Cuauin, Philadelphia Pa." ?? * * I have been a great sufferer from Byspepsia, and had to abandon preaching. * ? * Th* Plantation Bitter* hav* *nred Rav. J.S. Cathobs, Rochester, If. Y." ?? ? ? S*ad u* twenty-foar dosen more of your Plantation Bitters, the popularity *f wbi*b ar* daily in*r*a*ing with the gn**u *f ?ar bouse. Stxbs Oiadwkc it Co. Proprietor* Willard's Hotel Washington, D. C." * * I hav* given tbe Plaalatioa Bit ters to handr*ds of oar disabled soldiers witb tee Beet astonishing ?f?*t. G. W. D. A^aoaaw*. &ap*rintendsnt Soldier's HomoCinsiuaaO, O." ?te ? ? Tb* Plantation Bitters bav*our*d tee af liver complaint, of which I was laid ap prostrate aad had to abandon sty basin*es. H. B. Kumlbt, Cleveland, O." ?*? ? ? Th* Plantation Bitten hav* *ared te* of a derangement of the kidney aad arias tj *rgans that has d Is tressed me for yaars. It aete lib* a charm. C. C. Moon*, Ag*nt for Colgate & Co., 964 Brotdway." bc?, AcJsc, be., Th* Plantation Bitters maka tb* w*ak strong, tee languid brilliant, and are *xbaa*ted aa tar*'s gr*at restorer. They are oompossd of te* o*l*brat*d Calisaya Bark, Wlat*rgre*u, Sassafras, Roots, Herbs, Ac., all preaerved in p*rf*etly pure St. Croix Rum. ? i Persons of sedentary habits trouble! with weakness, lasatud*, palpitation of the heart, lack ol appetite, distress after eating, (orpid liver, constipation, Ac., deserve to suffer if they will not try them. They are recommended by the higheet m?dl oal authorities, and are warranted to produce as immediate beneficial effect. They are exo-'Sd* ingly agreeable, perfectly pure, and harmless. NOTlCB.-?Any person pretending to sell Plantation Bitters in bulk or by the gallon is a I swindler and impostor. We only put it np in our log cabin bottle*. Bewareolbottlu* refilled with imitation deleterious stuff, for which tev eral persons are already In prison. See that overy bottle has onr United State* Stamp over tbe cork, and signature on steel plate side la. b*ls. Sold by respectable dealers throughout the habitable globe. P. H. DRAKE fc CO., t aoa Br sad way, W. Y. WOOD! WOOD I! 8AWBD IN #00 R P1B0U ABD SPLIT FOB QUI DOLLAR FlR OOt D _?? MOKMRW, Union fin Woo 4 Kill Corner bevsatb ?tr**t sad Uan'al. U10K0BT, OAK. AND P1NB WOOD for s?l? 11 *oid longtk.sbess.br H. C MoRMRW. , Corner Seventh *tr**t and Oanal. < CO A LI 0 0 A 1>!I 0 O A L 111 OF ALu KIN0#. O* HAND, AI D FOR biLR BT . N. Q. IfcKNIW, Union Fir* Wood ttin. Mi C*r?*r 8*v*ntb str**t aad Canal EDUCATIONAL. A UOOIiriUJlflABlHI, EnsaH. /v.??Hfa.^sr " eelS 1m Prtaeipal Mips brook*'B bnglUji and fbbnoh Boarding and Bay Sehno ,No. 130 F?bb av Seven Buildings The ninth rur ud serfnwAth semi-annual *ei>?ioo of (kin Inst1tati->n will eom DfSM on Monday, Peptember fth mr imvJoTL J-lbe obUlnid ?s'tta'SSESt^JRr M 14-8m* TM union <. 'MALI ACADEMY n. ^'ftand ff*v 1*k inmm. ttmk s r tTxom Annual Beesioa eemmeuees Sep (Hrwlm at the Bookitom, an 17-tf MILITARY SUBSTITUTES. ?nd It to u.ir iiurirt to MTlT at Batatao?m"fco ?ii lriiTO. ?*f Pennsylvania ITUU. ' ?*?-tf W. M. MILLIE XTAUQHAM'* V BOTANKJ BEMBDT FOB AGUE AND FEVER, WAtMAKtMB j.?e^eT AKU M?MC, y^ortli medietas ia unit Tinuhu in sompori Uon, contains io imnit, ^Eeror oth jj iui*rou mineral aad la free trim E!e sffetta which aometimea recall from thV Me of juininsLbb4 bark. Price |1.N taTbottfa.^Fw CHARLES BTOTT, 37 6 Pa. a* ft " iVrW ' j.' ? WALLA01 ELIOT. mhaad P its V. HABBAUGH. 7th?a?6.t. ' Ab4 hj? hashing toB, 9. 0. B. 8. T. CI8SEL, ?10. M. kOTHORON. ?? A??JEi!S?-D-0 Bote Proprietor, j WM. e BIBrfcOK ] [IWItL o ATWILL. FORREST HOUSE, Kj. 464 10TH ST., BETWEEN D AND B, Wasbtbctom Oirr. SIMPSON t A J WELL, Proprietor,. Wini, Liquors abd Cigars or rn Fikbst Qcal i't Always aa Haid. MEALS at all houra> ad ia ?nr* itil* ABUIT Of KOOMB for rent. o27im t U it N 1 T UUK FURNITURE. fc Hog nek ?epers. and those who contemplate far- , mchrcg, will And the largest and beat Maortad itock af CABINET FURNIIUSE louth ?f N*w York, and at prieea which defy com* i petition. We aolicit yoar patrmage, promising ? Jargains to all BOTELER A WILLSON, Iron Hall, No 31 * Prnn?ylvani% avenue, ! -0? S:'m-if between 9th and loth sts. ' J ? L 0 K I 0 U 8 N E wT^ j 10,000 LAT1K8 1IKN.4 CHILDREN WANTBD AT HEILHRUN'S WAWr*D . _ boot and shoe stobb, &06 StrtHlk Street, Vn<ler Old Feiloil?<' Hall o tuy fon.o of tho?e ?reat bargains which we'are ? to offer, as follows; Udl'. BALMORALP, $i 25 to A3, Ladies'OJlTBBS $1 lo f 2 fo, * BU^PtRB, X7c. to #1 flO, 9 K r ,rtH?IpU01t8' 24,3 10 i1 25> A^CkhTB.Stc to ?a, ** yunv'i ?'7,HJ and 8? w;<l BOOTS, fcr Our at all prices vur ?c..o-"We try to pleue . . L H RILBRT7N A OO., ?? ? J*' A06 7t? at., und^r Odd Fellows' Uall. ; =3 |_ , CON > EU i 10NJSKV. 1 ? ?be ni?derri?B<-o, latf of Oaatler'a eale-W V brated ConfectioBery, has opeaei, in the f ^Noithern Liberties.on T ttrtfi, between 4th 5th J1 OON FBOTION KKtV and OYSTBB 8A *1d be furnished e.th 1CI CUAEat th?* luoruiat Botiee.anl at the oweet prfees GItp me a call, and I pledge myself h?t I wulpieut the public. '? ? lm* V. 8HAPBR. VI AHBLA ORANITIC, L'KO WN bTONE, AND LTl NC&rri RIVEB BLUE STON B W0RI< con taet^y irunnfactured to ordvr, at the ahortaat ?ot-w-and lcwyat eaoh nricea All kinds of Tillin* ind irlat ring furnishea and laid with despatch . ? , . - NIUHOLAS ACKBB ' Metfi lm eor 1 and N?w Jemey ?renae, I TUB DRAFT! TUB DRAFT ! io wow all CTur.und eTery onecannuw look tonne tad ?a> mm. Aii those who wish to chance the it arte or color of the Hair should eall and aet a jottle ot BUPWtLL A WABNBRU COLORIFIC Ton COLO KINO THN HAIR. It will certainly D.re Ha?- or Wiiakera to a beantlfnl Brown ?T?r ' WItii0nt *nT ?aah or preparation what It is peccl arly adapted to Ladies' use. It la ao 'iMi-tiv.11 Cfcn b? applied hy any one. with bat ^tt'e trc nble, and without entanaliair the Hair 1?/ ^r,V B6BWBLL-B Fancy an/jfcfiury s^ra, Ho SOS E atreet, near 14th. sel4 lm [Pan. Cbron J | 0 THE P U ? LI 0 . nWe, attention to the BXCBL8I0E CITY BXPRBsSb, for the delivery of Packages, Baaasee and Mereliatdise. Hario* alatm knnw n all the pritcipal atores at aoaTenient dintanees lhroB*fcont tte eiiy wbere orders may be left, *D'Ch will be attendt-d t-o promptly. Oar drivers take order* from the slates every hoar therah* wiB? ptracas from walking a loag dixUaee to leave directions fer barrage to b' tat en to tke Pspct and ether point*. Tranks ealrasUd to this Exprtat wil, be Ukea care of till the owaera eiaim .fc/m and receive their eheeka. Principal Ofllee 113 Penn. aveaae. corae*- 4^. ae ai-la?* W M. BARRT A OO., Proptra. KBW FALL FLOWER8,_'_" "RIBBONS, bonnets, hats, MIL. I. INERT GOODS, CHOICE DBSCBIPTIOE AND9BBAT TABIBVT. JVST RkCXITMU ' La#lea will ablige me by aallla? and exaaalaiag ?y stoak af aew PALL aad W1BTBB CK>0DB be fore parehaaiag, aa ve with fee ahew onr foods, (eeliag eealdeat they wiU plsaas at FBABKLIB BTCBIBOBI, Be. IB Center Market Bpaee, w' l? between ?th aad Ftk eta. /f\ MOEET 1?MONET I?HOBBY 1 A, ? ? > r-A *? WAUH k. CO., I i a.. *??***" PiFFFIClm w lift 0 Btuit, bbvwbsb lini Ago Tltfl, are bow prepared to atake eaah advaaaee ia hbi UtaraTistarltr **" ttoMM< dollara ea eol LIBBEAL ADTABOB0 wiU be made aa all klada ! ?f Beal aad Pereoaal Pre pertp. Diaaaoada, Gold aad Bilvar W a tehee, Jewelry, Silver Vara, Maaieal Iaatraaieata, Hardware, Cletkiac. Ae.. Ae. t*F~SavU? had aeveral yeare* experleaee la baameaa in tnia elty, and favorably knows to maay of ita f itiaeaa. we are aoaldeat that to all who May estreat aa with baaiaeaa we will give aatlafketioa. , . . M. K. WALSH A 00., _ ae 1 -8m Lleaaaed Pawnbrokers. VlttTVABP ST BAM OTSTBB SALOON^Thi A aabaertber wonld reepeatfally ia /?\ form hia frieatfa and the pablie ieB-v\ f mJ araily that he haa reopened the Bteam^LjllF Oyater Saloon formerly oeeauied by Meeare Harvey A Co , where he will keep ecnataitly oa haad the beet eaality of OY8 TBdfl, Ae. Familieesaapliedwithfreah0Y8TBBS la any quantity by leavfac their orders. ae it lm* W. BEAPLBT. p|OESE SHOEING NOTICE. The aobacriber haa taken the Shop formerly oe anvied by Thomaa Mannire, No. 474 Bighth at , where he i/* now prepared to ahoe h< raea aith the best materials and in the most workman like B anner Particular pains takea with trotting and racing lorsea A Veterinary Burgeon connected with the eatabliahmeat. se !4- lm * D. W. GARDINBB. pLEABLBB BOA ft* TO LET BY THBDAYOR The yacht LIVE YaNKBB fastest boat on tha river) will carry 10 or 12 persona; alao, t ?loop BBAB ADMIRAL, a apleadid party4^ boat, and has capacity for 16 ptiraona. Apply-*?* to BARNE8 A fcOf , Sailmakera, 63S* Bleventk street, near Riley'a wharf. Partiea wiahing boats for fcnnday ahould engage them baforekadd. ae 12 lm* ?<H0W CASES I O SHOW CA8E8! OF ALL KINDS, MADE TO OKDE* ' A Til) CONSTANTLY ON HAND. C. F. RAU & CO., a0 MoCLBLLAN ALLEY, J* BALTIMORE. MP. iad Pena' 1M pails do 7u tuba iiaiing Butter_In atora and for sale by ty.vvayh. .in b. nu b,... JCSBPR B SHEWBLL, w SOS Mabkbi PHILADELPHIA, ? VVI81AL. WA? Awmn^nuLl Orrici Wiinmoi.lut &M. Bmurml Ordmt, Ne IN. The Adjutant General win pro rid* an aprroyri Itt mttel of honor for the troop* who, iftir tt? nyintioa of tk*ir tira,k?n Jbrd their serrie** to the Gorernment la the irtNit HMritMr.ul alio for the volunteer troop* from other State* that htve volunteered their service la the Stakes of Peaaay lvaaia and Maryland. By order of the Bearstarr of Wit. a. d. town&bwd, J* M Asaistant Adjutant General UJADQUAMlBS^lPAgTMlMT Of VAU (*? CkUf Q*mrttrm?t?r, May a, in. VaiJJU LI ACBIOSLTOBAI. IinJUITI, Gab m* Buna, to., are requested tofurniah thlsoMee price Hsts of the various artielee of their trade. The aame should be directed to Lieutenant Qolo aei Blias M. eiiin, Ohio Qaartc master, De teat of Waahiaatoa. ay V-tf VETAB PBPABTKBNT, "" Wiinieroi. January M, 1M. !? HMKMOi af the frcaaare of baaiaeca at the W? Deyartmeat, yaaeea for eitUeaa to vlMtthe Amy af the Potomac will he givea at the oMee of Ueat Ool. Oobbao, 139 Peaaiylvaaia n above Hiaeteeath atreet. GAS FITTING, Ac. WBBaretaStore,iuriuflSrreeeivtna Gab FIXTURES of entirely New Patterns andOealAi as^sffiiissset! to We In Tit* citisens aeneraUr to eeU aad oar atooh ofGAfiand WATER FIXTURES, feeling ooa^mtUut we hare the beet aeleeted atooh la SSTluWiu h in the above line latraated to eat ?are will be promptly attended to. autrf-tf fin ft MeGHAN.STBD street. ROUGHS, GOLDS, H0AR8KM, fto. COMPOUND SIRUP OF^GUM ABA BIO. This pleasant aad popular Cough Remedy haa beea to long known and extenslrely need that moat persons have become familiar with fta extraordinary efficacy. It can be had at all the yrinoipal Drn? Btoree at 3S and an eenta a bottle. ae 301m* IMPORTANT TO SUTLERS. SUTLBBSWILL FIND H. A. DOWNING ft CO.'8 CONCENTRATED CLAM TO BJS A M08T VALUABLE ABFIOLB fOB THBIB TBADB. Xt aella Tery rapidly and ia the moat eoonomleal article of diet for the officer's meaa. It ia prepared in one minute, aad mahea a moat delieloua Soap or Ohowdar. It ia highly recommended by Army B&g?ona. The yroflta are large. Vor >ale by BARBOUB ft SEMMBS, Bole Agenta, 63 Lonialana Arenac, MS-ly Waahington, D. 0. InparUnt Facts Worth ftnavlnf. AT THE NATIONAL BOOKSTORE, 378 Pennsylvania Arena*, Between 11th and 12th ata. YOU CAN BUY ; Three 00 cent Norels for #1, Six 36 cent Norels for #1, Bight Photograph Album Oardi for f 1, Thrte y> eent Stationery Paekagea for #1, Six & eent Stationery Packages for #1, 60 eent Books from 26 to 46 ?enta, 01 Books from 10 eenta to 90 eenta, 91.26 Beoka from 66 eenta to #1.19, #1.5ft Books from it cent# to $1.40, #S Books from ?1 to fl.W, #5 Books from ?2 (0 to $4 71, A large lot of Books at half price. A FINE STOCK OP PHOTOGRAPH CARDS and ALBUMS, BOOKS. STATIONERY, FANCY ARTICLES, OOMBS. BRUSHhS, AMBROTYPBS, fto., fto , at greatly redaeed prices, -'Qnlck sales and mall profits." MJT Orders by mail promptly attended to. WM. F. RICHSTEIN'S Natiobal BooxBToaa, U79 P*nn. arena*, ae 141m between Uth and 11th atreet*. JAY COOKE ft CO., BANKERS, Ne. 458 Fifteenth Street. VI BBALL OOBTIBUB TO fVHWlU UNITED BTATKS FITS-TWENTY BONDS at par nntil furtfler notice. S^Peraonad?siring Information eoneerning this loan sen procure at our counter, or upon application by mail.elrcalara answering all taeslions that may aria*. wa aOT aid bill all isaoia or GOYBBNMBNT BONDS, TBBABUBY NOTES 0BTIF1CATBS, AND VOUCHEES, COIN, OUBBBNOY, AND BXOHANGB. aid pat thi aieaauT raioan res CERTIFICATE CHECKS. JAY COOKE ft 00., Bank era, aa S-tf 452 Fifteenth atreet. j^OMBTHI NO BBW FOB THE LADIBS. UBS. VOY'S PATENT CORSET SKIRT SUf PORTER la what the nam* iapliea. and eombiaina in a neat aad simple form tk* tuallty of both It 1* regarded by phyafciana aad ethers, awmpetentto Jadg* of its merita. with marked favor, and highly reeom* Beaded For aala wholesale aad retail by ?M B. B1LIY ft BBO., Sole Ageata for this District aad the State of Maryland. tW Be. iff " Oeatral Store*," eyposit* Oeater Market a* M-lm ISO! ft CO.'8 CITY BIPSBM, rot tbi dblitbbt or GOODS, PACKAGES, ABD BAGGAGE, Threaghoat the Citr, G*ora*towa, aad to tfee LOW AMD REGULAR RATES. W* Meek all baggege to b* deLirered at Brflrea*. BBO B~ft CO.. ?1 LoaiMaaa Avena#. between fth and rth atr*e?s se ld-lm* KENDALL'S intLiii raft tbi aiuu kMEOLIME mOlBTEMO, BEAUTIFIES, QUORATE8, liENOHTHENB, INVIGORATES, N OVEI SHE By EMBELLISHES THE HAIE. KENDALL'S ABCB0LIBB is a rare eompoaad atlmalatlBg extraeta from Flowera, Boota, aad Serb*, for the GBOWTH, BBAUTT, and FEE MAN BNT YIGOB of the HAIB. " Highly beneSoial whara the hair reaairea gentle stimulant." Da. OHILTON. " Have never had anything which so perfectly answers the purpose of a hair dreaatng." WARREN WABS, Bat., No. 877 Canal atreet, N. T. " After being bald for aeven rears yoar AMBO ItlNB haa eorered the eatire scalp with NEW HAIB." Prof. TORN SBNLA, No. 36 Kin. street, N. T. For aale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealera. Pat ia boxes, (containing two bottles,) yrieeai. Manufactured and for aale at wholesale by KENDALL ft BANNISTER, eio-taa No. Sdii Bboaowat. N. T. OPBBA GLASSES akd FIELD GLASSES. Jnat receired, the finest assortment ever offered in this city, by FFANKLIN ft CO . OPTICIANS, 844 Pennayirania avenue, bet. Uth and ISth sts, and 3?B Pennsylvania avsnne, (under the National.) K/-PBBBLE and PER1800P10 SPECTACLES correctly suited to even eyesight. UOMJTABShS, ?10?08C0PtS|!Ti ,B0T09?PD ia gTeat variety and at the lowest prioee. $etB |^0T10B TO BPILDBBS. JOHN H. BIBD, Measurer of Work and Material, will attend to all ordera left at his aUea of basi aess, eon or of Maryland avenue aadSi^th street, Ialaa?.) ae Iftf T B N T B! rp BM T SI ?SB Eleventh atreet, . a aear BUey "a Wharf. t -*r?f PBOPOSAIA 0?""c? w VtniMfM. Ott< _ ? ??????? v?i#kcr 94* 1m< fIUU Pm*ro?ALS trill ba received it tbia ?Cn antii the SWh 4m of October Hit for BAM DIN? a?* iCIhlMiiwa pounder &tu, ittk* forts aad A ecnalaofthe United *tit?9 ia the AUnuii? gWWs cbiuuiiUbc ia aiakti to ?? nor* or laae. The |M" will be 4?ll?(t(4 tt. and naand from tte ea^nbli hnt nt wh*re tk? work iilokt Aon* it Uc cost ofibt CniUd ItiUl. t-ioMtUi for tfeooe m b? Piifli OMit-kk?it If is number?wil be antil the lutk of PMtmktr Kit; til is tki iimi< thin. tk? nil will be deliverec at tea F. ineiseo ar lte vicinity. Th? i??i it* to he turned iova to i tree eylln <?r for tbi Ua?tb of twrny-Mrn imkei from thi riar ef tk? bia* i lac, pr-pared to take a bast of the beat no?|lt iron, tba interior diameter of wb?e* will b? twaaty iaek*<, an4 its thiekieee tbree 1urban Tka vent la to be kuki4 with a new Buk of par* ?i amr. oao inea ia diameter and a boat also * ball inchea ion*, and bored with a vent of two-ten tba of aa I a ah Drawinga of tka gan ia its original farm aad wi'h tba Liad pat ?ncan be reen attbii oflee, attho Hatertown Arsenal, Him.; it tba Watervliet Aree aai; ud it tba Maw Turk inaqr. Mo. 41 Worth street, city of How York ; at tka Areenal at Bridec knrg.Pljind at cileghiny Aretnal, (Pittaburg, ! ?V.%? *0'* M nroo Areeaal Ye.; Bt. LoaSi Ars-nal, Mo.; aad Baat?li Araaaal, Oil. 1 ho work la to bo dona to tka eatiro aatlafaetioa of tke oMee wko will be ippolated u aaper intend It; aad paymtat will be made la fall for eieh gua npen hie certii-.ate of inayaettoa aad receipt ProfoeiU will atito tho price per ran for tha whole optrition; deeoribe la detail the minner ia which it ie propoaed to ant on tha band; tho namber they will bead per month; and the time which will ko reqninA to do the whole work. Tke method aad tho time repaired for doing tke work, ia well is the price will be important elements ia eonaid eritg the bid* and awarding the eontriet. Mo bide will be considered from any pirtiee bat ?neb ia ire ictnilly enticed in the manufuture of iron ind heavy micbiniry, and who ire. in the opinion of tbia Department, faliy prepared to exe onte the work, la tie eaae of parties not known to thi* Department, evidence to the foregoing effect aiast accompany the propoeal. Bead, wi.h satisfactory as rati ea to the imoaat of flitv per cent i f the bid, will be repaired for the fulfillment of the contract; and the Government reserves the right to reject lay or ill bide, if deemed uneitiifactory. Proposals will be endorsed "Proposals for Band lac IS Poundera,'? inc will be addreaaed to Brigadier Gei eril George D. Bunny, Chief of Ordnance, Wiahirgton city. GBO. D. BAM8A Y, of 3 eotd Brig. General, Ohief of Ordnance I/RKfcll BJCBf. ? F Soldihr* Bom, Oeteber 7th, 1863. Sealed Proposals will be received until theinth of October, 1863, for furnishing fresh Beef, of i good and wholesome quality,Tor the use of the inmites of the Soldiers' Home, for one rear from 1st of November next?the Beef to be delivered it the Centre Market on Tnesdiys. Thursdays, and Baturdays.of ?ach week, in sueb qn entitle a is may be from time to time required by the Secretary aad Treaaurer of the Home, and in Quarters, with in equal proportion of eioh, (necks and ahanka to be in all eaaes excluded.) Parmenta to bp made monthly, and band with at aurity required for the faithful compliance with the contract. Prop* sala will be endorsed " Proposals for Fresh Beef,' and addressed to BENJ AMIN KING, As sistant Surgeon,Secretaty and Treasurer, Soldiers' Home. Washington C ity, D. 0. oc 8-td SBALBD PROPOSALS FOB BURNISHING TO I Subsistence Department with (MO) f 1VB HUN DRBD TOMB OF BALED HAT, ire invitod UU the 15th diy of October. 1S68 The Hay to be of the best quality, and to bo delivered it th* whirvct it Cirth street. The Hay to be weiaked at the time of d* livery, u>d the weight so determined to be the pnrcbaae weight. Bida w*?i be required la dapli oate. and ao bid will be received from parties who areaitlojal, or wbo hive previously failed with oor,tracts tcide with the Government, or from bidders not present to respond. Payment will be made ia "Certificates of Indebtedness " A eon tract with a good bond will be required to be entered into. Bida to be directed to Col. A. BBOK W1TH, A. D. 0. and 0. 8 , J23 Q atreet, Washing ton. D,C. ?c21 jp BO FOBALB fOB H0B8XB. OiTiLir Btjmiio, 1 Ojfiu of the Chief Qvartermaittr, > Wabbirotok, D. 0 , August 15.1863. \ PB0P081L8 are solicited and inll be received at thia office for furnishing Cavalry Horsea. to be de livered at Pittsburg. Penaaylvania; Philadelphia Waahingtoa City, Syracuse, M. Y.,or Indianipolia Indiana. Propoeal* will be considered for the furnishing of Horace in lota of not leas thin twenty-five, (25 ) The Horsea to be from fifteen (IS) to aixte?n(16) bancs high, from five (0) to nine (V) years old. well bioken to the saddle, compactly built, la good leah, and free from all defecte. The ability of the bidder to fulfil his agreement must be guarantied by two responsible peraona, whose aignitures must be ippended to the guir ^Tha neaponaibility of the gnirintorg maat be Ihoe n by the c(Belli certificate of the Clerk of tke oeirett District Court, or of tke United Btitea Diatrict Attorney _ . Pronooals mnat be addressed to Lieutenant Colonel 0. G. Bfwtelle, Chief Quirtermiater Cit airy Barein, ind be iadoraed on the envelope "Propoaala for Horsea." Q Q SAWTBLL1, Lieut. Col. and Chief Qairtermicter. aa 18 tf Cavilry Bureau. DENTISTRY. DDBNTI8TBY. B. LXWII Haa removed to 34'J Pein. i twedoora above hiaformeroffioe. Call, and examine the Dr.'a New and Im proved Method of inaertinfc Artificiil Teeth, whieh ia far anperior to iny other mode now la nee. A Lao, Teeth extracted without piin, when deaired. Terma moderate ia all eaaea. ae II ly IS SIOESMOND & HAYWAED, 1W AM9 1MP10T19 IMYJNTI01 OP * ARTIFICIAL , CIMPLIITIC BOVB TKKTB, WltlOOV MBPAI._Pl.AVB OB 0LAI1 Dm. B. B. B1GBBM0ND, BIB Brtmdwmv, Htm York, mnd 860 PmmnhmmU Acewm,tiweaawUihmmd 1 Mitt.. Waahaeglea, Oil!a the itteatloa of the pablle to tha foUowiaj idviatagee of hla Improved aysteaa: 1. Tha Teeth of hia manalhetare willMU aever ecreode aor ahaaga color by adda being three-foartha Ughter thaa aay other. I. Ho teeth or roota aeed he extrated, ia tte artileial eaec can he liaarted over thaa. I. Tho roota will ha aude taoBaaatvc, i to ache. 4. Mo temporary teeth ire aeeded, aa i mm eaa ho aside immediately, th< * the aataral exareaaioa of the thee. oM eyatem la freqaeaitty dlateared I. Thia work haa beeafally t which aader t Of thla eeaatr^ by aaaay of the ?nt eheaueta lad ?hygUUH nr. B. hia aJM Invented a white aadeetnetlvi metal AlUag, with which tha meat aoaHtlTe teeth cm be ftllep witheat pala, aad eaa ball4abaaer> fact, aoaa<[ tooth ea SquiUe roota, which wUllart throagh far poaiaetf. Jy?-tf ioaMlathlact%?Mo. IBB fwaa lvaalaiTeaBO betweentthiad Mthftroota. AMo.BBT Arch at., Philadelphia. jaart-ly 4. i? inrixfiKB t ?#., ?vVoa.lt ABB SI Bboab Bv., Sbv T? Offn fOB BALI AT THUB BTOBB, HO. BST FKMMBTIiTAMA AYBMVI, ft MI9M Of THM OLD KHICKIRB09KMM. Til MOST OOMPLXTB A80OBTMBHT Of DtPORTED WINES AND LIQUOR! TO BB fOUBD IB THB MBTBOPOUB, rani OBOOEEIES, CAN GOODS, KITS AND KEGS No. 1 MACKEREL, KENNEBEO SALMON, BOUSED Je PICKLED LAMBS' TONGUES FIGS' FEET, ENGLISH DUN CODFISH, Together with ill tho LUXURIES INCIDENT TO THE SEASON Mem. A. M. B. A Co. ire alao Bole FxoBrtotarB ?T BIBIBGBB'B OBLBBBATBD LONDON DOCK GIN, Pat Bp la Qairt Bottlea for mediolaalB*. Alao, Bolo Ageati for OLD TOM LONDON CORDIAL GIN. WA11 artlclea boaght at their atore wamatei of the fint qaility, aad forwarded toiay part of tho ?itr froeofexpeaao. An wo intend to bo MmuMilv located, wo ra? apoatfally roqaegt famUicc to glveaaaciU. ABBAM M. BIMIMftBB, HBNBT T. OABBB. A. M. BIN1HGBB* CO. hivoao eoaacxloawlt BOLLIB OMHBCH.Agfnt. G _M_B B. CLOTH -4 fflBft! ael lw * mm corner isth iwtat, PROPOSALS. plOf Q8AH 101 MOlll, Olllf QtiKlMtlTU't OfHOI. 1 DsroT o? WASiiaero*. > Washington, D C., Oct. 7th. 1M8.S 4LVD PaorOfiALS will be reeeiv?4 at thv? oAm Htil TUHBaT, October ?tk, at^lt ?;eto^n.,.for (krai^klM tN 6?T*ria?>t (9.M4) TfO THOU SAND MULES to conform to th? following SPECIFICATIONS: All to be (14) fourteen bends nod ov*r in height. All to be in good flith, mad, serviceable ui Mi able for draatht ptrp?Mi All to be over (8) tkrMtad under (#) XMrttr* ?f kK. _ PROPOSALS. Proposals to be for >*H>) At* headred ud apwa-de. Tbe full nam* aad Post Offiee addr cm of the bid innutiVHU la the propocal. If ft bid is is Mo la the name of ft Arm the names of all the partita mast imtr, br tba bid will be wuld?r*? at the lac ividual proposal of Iki ftrty signing tt. rropouU from disloyal ytrtlw will not be con sidered, aad aa oath ef allegiance mast accompany eeah proposition Bropoeal* mast be add recced to Brlgadter Gener al D. B.Rvoiti,QotrtaraiMtor U. 8. Army. Wash ington, D. C.. sad aheuld b* plainly saarked "Pro posals for Mules " GU ARAN TBE. Tba ability of the bidder to til tbaaoabrast should It b? awarded to him, most be guarantied bf twa responsible persons, whose ctgnaturee are to be appended to the guarantee. The responsibility of tba guaraatore mast be shown by the official eertificate of the Olarh oft ha neareet District Court or of tha Ualtod Btatoa Dia trwt Attorney. Bidders mast ba present la parsoa whea tba bids ore opened, or their propoeals will not ba eoasid arad. Bonds in the sam of twenty thoasand dollars, sisned by the contractor and both of his guarantors, will ba required of tha sueeessfhl bidder upon signing the contract. As the bond must accompany the eontract, it will be necessary for the bidders to hare their bonds man with them, or to have bonds signed la antici pation and ready to be produced when the contrast Is signed. Blanks for bonds san ba procured upon applica tion being made at this offloe, either personally, by lsttar. or by telegraph. FORM 01 GUAR AM TIB. We,? , of the county of , and Stato of , and , of tha eounty of , and Stato of , do hereby guaranty that is able to fulfil a contract in accordance with the terms of his propo sition, and that, should his proposition be accepted, ba will at once enter into a contract in accordance therewith. Should the contract ba awarded to him wa arc prepared to benoma his scrun ties,*nd shoald he fall to sign a contract ia accordance with the terms of his bid, we ourselves will bo come the con tract lrg parties in his stead. (To this guarantee must ba appended tha official certificate above mentioned.) INSPECTION, DELIYXRT, Ac. All Mules contracted far under this ad vertiaimeat will be subjected to inspection, and those not con forming to tha specifications will be rejected. The klnles mast all be delivered in this city withia (85) twenty-five days from the date of signing tha eontract. Payment to be made upon the completion ef the contract, or so soon thereafter as the Chief Quar tei master shall 1 a inf unds Any informality in the bid. or non-conformance with the term* of this advertisement, will ensars the rejection of the proposal. The mulea will be awarded in lots of <fl"0) five hundred each, unless the Chief Quarter nanter may deem it for tha interest of the Government to vary the lumber. The Chief Quartermaster reserves to himself the right to rejeet any or all bids that he rnav deem too bigb. _ D H. RUCK BR, Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, oc 8-td Depot of Washington. PROPOSALS FOR STOVES, li E1DQU A RT BR 8 DlPARTMEHT OP WASHED?*, ) Orrici or Chisp Quartsumistsb,} _ Wa8Hib?toii, Oct. 6. Itk3. \ Propobai.8 will be received at this offiee until the anth instant for furnishinic in thiscity S I'OVBS and HXATKKS for use in the Department of Washington, as follows r 2S0 or more wood stoves or heaters, for heating in the most economical manner barracks for troop*. 1 he buildings are each 100 feet long and 3j feet wide, and the stoves mnst be of a size sufficient to thoroughly warm them, allowing two stoves for each buildiDg. 125 or more cooking stoves or ranges, to burn wood, each of capacity to cook for a company of about 147 men. 30 or tx ore very email cook stoves, to burn wcod, each sufficient to cook for three or four persons. JO or more office stoves, of various sizes, to burn coal. All of the stoves, ranges, or heaters must be of approved patterns, and bidders will submit with their proposals an intelligent description of the articles offered, with drawings of the same. Each bidder must attach his fall name and post offiee address, and the name of all parties interested in the proposal most appear th?-roin. An oath of allegiance to the Government ef the Tnited States must accompany each bid. Bids will be opened from tia.e to time, and con tracts or purchases made as the stoves may be re quired. The rig is reserved to accept all or any part of anv lid. Proposals should be endorsed "Proposals tor Stoves, &c.,"and addressed to BLIAS M.GREENE, Lieutenant Colonel and Chief Quartermaster, oc8-td Department of Washington. CBALBD PROPOSALS ARE INVITED TILL* C? the 22d day of October, I8#3. at 12 m , for fur nlsfcii g the Snt-sistonee Department with 40,090 BAH&KLt Of FLOUK Bids will be received for what Is Known aa Noa. 1, 3, and 3, and for any portion less than the IPjW O barrels. Bids in duplicate fcr the different grades should be upon separate aheets of paper. The delivery of the f ionr to be commencad with in one week from the opening of the bids, or as soon thereafter as the Government may direct, at the rate of 800 barrels dai y. delivered either at the Government wharehouse in Georgetown at tha wharves, or at the railrcafi depot, Waahingtoa, D. C. Payment will be made ia certificates of indebted ness, or sueh other funds as the Government may have for distribution. The usual Government Inspection will be made just before the Tlour ic received. An eath of allegiance must aooompany each bid. Bo bid will be entertained from parties who have previously failed to comply with their bids, or from Didders tot present to respond. The baricls to be entirely new, made very strong of new materials, and head lined. No Tloar will be received which ia not fre?h ground. Bids to be directed to Hoi. A. BECK WITH, A. D, 0 AO. ft., U. S. A , Washington, D 0., and la dorsed' Proposals for flour." ocS-td pXOPOBALB FOB ROOFING FBLT. Cavalst Bdbsau, I Omoi o* Omar QeAariaaAsraa, S WABUBftfOl. D. 0.. September ?, MM.\ Proposals are solicited at this office for the fur nishing of ROOFING FBLT to considerable taaa tltiee, as it may be reqaired from time to time, ia the construction of cavalry stables aad barracks. The Felt to be delivered at the wharf ef fee Cavalry Depot at Giebere Point, near tola city. Bidden are rejected to send with their bids samples of the quality at Felt they propoee to fur *^fhe Felt will bo sabjeet to iasaoction oa de livery. ? ^ O. G. iAWTELLB, Lieut. Ool. aad Chief Baartermaater, se M-tf Cavalry Bareaa. I AM BAILT BBCBITIKG MT STOCK or VbII u4 Whiter CUtklif AMD CeitH Firibkliy Cm4ic J. H. SMITH, 460 SEVENTH STRBBT. KTN. B.?Sample Goods tor Castom Work, C OF WASHINGTON COMING TO BALTIMOBB CAN SAVB FIFTBBN PBB OBNT. BT BUYING Of SMITH BROTHERS to CO., CLOTHIERS AND MBRCHANT TAILORS, No. 40 WBST BALTIMOBB BTRBBT. Oct tr P I L B 81 P I L B 81 SOLDIERS AND SEAMEN, If yon would obtain immediate relief from distressing complaint, try DB. WITFIBLD'8 TBGBTABLB PILft*. This is along tried and throroughly tested reme dp, and has never pet toiled to onto. Do not saf fer when there is a remedy within reach. Sold by 8. 0. FOBD, 390 Pennsylvania avenue Waahington, and bp H. 000K, Alexandrift, Va. Bent to any address bp mail. Price M cents per box. For anle by all Druggists. J. YOUNG, Proprietor, ftrtiSm No.dSI Broftdwy.N.T. ?MBT'B OOBN BALYB. IMMEDIATE RELIEF^ND PERMANENT ? eent boxes for Corns only. to cent boxer tor Corns and Bunions. ??"? ?' ? * ?. T. lorMUl.WjrtiyW.JJ sa f-T?n 890 f enn. avenue OUTLBBB, ATTENTION I IL ? . ^ 1 f W J f ? H f> I If-# i't4 r i AUGUSTUS JOHNSON oo No. SM PENNSYLVANIA AVE*^ INYITB HI tbadb TO IBSPBO* ?TOOK or IMPORTED as? DOMESTIC LIQUORS, WINKS, SEGAKSf TOBACCO, AND Grooeries fbr tli? Com^ UNSUBPASSED IB ASSORTMENT AMD YABIETY BT ANY STOCK I If this OITT. OUB CONTRACTS titi THE LARGEST packers IB TBB STATES OV MAINS AND NEW JEBSBB ENABLE US TO 0FT1B HERMETIC ALLY-SEALED MEATS, POULTRY, FISH, FRUITS, AKD VEGETABLES, AT NSW YORK, PHILADELPHIA, AND BAET2> mors MARKET PRICES. BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK eonstantly on hand. BEING SOLB AGENTS vom TBB sale 07 MBSSBS. frank biningb cblbbbatbd bottled wines and Litiuoaa. HOMESTEAD RYE, HARVEST BOURBON, WHEAT NUTRIENT, GOLD MEDAL MADEIRA* GOLD MEDAL SHERRY, GOLD MEDAL COGNAC, KIP TAN WINKLE GIN, VAN TASSET.I. AROMATIC SGHNAFTO*. OOODSPEED * BRO.*S ??OLD TOM," WB kbbp THEM beadt FOB seipmbnv W IRON-BOUND OASES OOVTAIEIEO FBOM one TO six DOZEN EACH, WE IEYITB OOBHOIS8BUBS TO INSPECT* oub LABGB stock OV CHAMPAGNE WINE8*. OF oub own impobtation, ABB call the ESPECIAL ATTBNTIOE o? ? CONSUMERS to the brand OMAND TIN IMPERIAL AT MOUaaMVZt unsurpassed IN RICHNESS 4 ABB DELICIOUS FLAVOB. or whiob WE ABE BOLE PROP RIBTOBR. > ? i*' H * * XOaVIIVI JOHNSON * o?.. miMf . ***