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THE EVENING STAR
IOli??s Karoa*M? Third Preo\neL?*raoTW
Campbell, tern lag weapons; BRJR Margaret
Log?!?, dronk, woikboute. Wm. Barker and
Barney Johnson, dLorderiv: ??.??each. Henry
Smitb, do; f s 5?J Fhilip tlilooly, do; *5 41.
Mary Iglan. do ; f 2 44. ? AW . . ? .
?????rfA rreiinct-t&nry FM* threats; bail for
pea e. Jemes Gillie.assinlti dismissed. Mary
HcLasMBtta, dronlt; workbouae.
Fifth Frednct ? Virginia Hopkins, Jas. Re?
Devitf, drunk sr.il disorderly: Jas. H nett, dis
orceiU E Trimble and 13. McCracken. do.;??
?at h. Kate O Donald, drunk; ?1.50. H. Myers,
di?orderlT, f?*? . . .
SiMh Pnnmtt? Sarah Dorsey, drunk and
disorderly, woThbouse. O. Scbourd, Jno.Ma
hcrey. Timothy Sullivan, Patrick Driscoll,
vl? iB-ing cow law; ?1 each. Edw'd FlUgeralS,
do.; f/3 John Bennet, l). Lee, alias Gilbert,
mil M. ("urns,do ; cost, 3* centseaeh. James
Mali*.v. t?o ; dismii-sed. John Collins, dog un
licensed; *5. F. Hi?eermaes'er, diuuk; mili
tary. lYIsry ?Lee, grand larceny; jail for court.
"Wm Thomas, disorderly; ?fl.
Tenth Frerinct ?Cornelina TVildrr.an asd J.
Wildmau, paer-u g counterftit money; dis
mir-fed. Jcespl Codrlck, Nancv Dond'e an?i
I'at'k Froden. assault and battery; bail for
court. Wm. Bell, larceny; dismissed. Henry
Gray, drunk sud disorderly; .-l .Inn?e Me
Frainer. do.: $.1 Jas. Murphy and William
Siaier, disorderly; 93 each.
Foubth Ward Statmn CAsne.?Edward
Brick, selling liquer by ihe? small unlicensed:
#20?H Robert Johnson, Jarnos A. Savoy,
??? ti;in?: locb?d up. Isabella Laweon. Ir.rcenv.
dlsmis-sed. Henry I.awsor, co; jail tor court1
Ch?s. Sr<affer. disorderly; *3. Edw. Brick'
selling liquor to soldiers; 820. Chas. Francis'
drunk and dUorderly; military. Micha???
(ieary. a.'sanlt and battery: bail for court'
John H. Hagan, drunk; 82. Michael Rice, do
and disorderly: dismissed. Issa^ Fouke, riding?
in a sidewalk; 85 James McElhany, drunk
and disorderly: BJ3. Daniel Snllivan, do.: die
nt? sed. Capt. J. E. Ericksoo, in company with
a npgro prostitute; 85. Harriet Bruce, street
walking; dismissed. Richard Sealey, drunk
and disorderly; drrrmiesed. Peter Hughes,
ilTunk: military. John Orey, do.; 82. Austin
Handy, threats; bail for peace.
The Cow Lav.-By reference to the police
returns of the Third and Fourth Wards, It will
be seen that the justices and policemen are
enforcing the cow law. The owners of cows
will do well to attend to the requirements of
the law, as tbe officers are determined to per
form their duty, unplesant as it is.
"Jupt ?????????? Hakbica."?Two new
ly imported Englishmen just off the steamer,
?trolled tnto the restaurant attached to the Tre
mont House, the other day, aud after a won.
?J? riLg stare at the long row of individuals,
each busily and silently engaged in bolting in
their allowance of food in the shortest possible
time, climbed up on two stools and hesitating
ly ordered:
?? chop and some hale."
While the agile Willam was ordering their
meal, tbe attention of one of the Bulls wa.? at
tracted by a dish unknown to bim, but of
wbich his neighbors were partaking with great
gusto. Carefully waiting until the man next
him grunted. "Nother ear ? torn," he nudged
his brother Bull with?
"'Enry, there's an H'american wegetable that
we don't 'ave at 'ome. Let's 'ave some,'' and
accordingly be ordered?
"Haw! Waiter h'ear ? corn.''
Tbe corn (a dish unknown In England) wae
brou?, ht smoking hot, and Bull passed it to his
countr\]iinn, who, observing the manner of hie
neighbors, sliced it down with his knife, and
tasted it with an approving wink.
'?flood?" asked Bull No I.
" Werry," said No. '2, adding With true Brit
ish economy, "There is no use in hordering
another: "ere's enough for both of us, ' passed
the cob to bis companion, who gravely sliced it
after tbe m an r er of a cucumber, and, after
seasoning it, commenced eating the sliced cob. He
got through two or three slices with some diffi
culty, and to the huge delight of a small boy
with a cropped head behind the bar, and then
turning to his companion, ejacula'ed?
??My byes, '?'nry.hif : his is a sample hof H'am
rican vegetables, their stomachs must be
iron-plated like their Bloody ships!"
An nnctious grin slid over the facesoftbe
witnesses, and W lliam turned fiercely on
tbe small boy and ordered bim ??to make
change at the other end of the counter."?Com
mercial Bulletin.
oirio ? ai.?
War Department, Adjutant General't CWes, I
Washington, March 17,1T?. $
All applications for leaves of absence or per?
missloB to visit Washington must be addressed
to Major General Halleck, Chief of Staff, and
must specify tbe business for which the officer
desires the permission. Telegrams addressed
direct to the Secretary of War on this subject
will receive no attention.
By order of the Secretary ef War:
?. ? TowvsasD,
Assistant Adjutant frenerai
8PKINO DEBILITY 1
LANGUOR, lassitude.
ABD TBAT
LOW STATB OF THB SYSTEM
eeuliar to the ?SPRING TIMB OF YEAB. are
immediately relieved by the
PBBUV1AN 8YB?P,
roteeted Solution of PBOTOXIDE OF IRON.
THK PERUVIAN SYRUP
supplies the blood with its vital principle, or
LIFE ELEMENT, IRON,
Infusing 8TBE5GTB Vicos and N?w Lira Into al
?parte ?f tbe system.
One of the mo?t Distinguished Jurist in New
England write? t?> a friend as follow? :
"1 have tried the PERUVIAN SYRUP and the
result fully au-itain? your prediction. It ha? made
a ii* mas of m?; iofuaed into my system new
vigor and energy; I am no longer tremuluua and
debilitated a* when you laat raw me, but stronger.
heartier, and with larger capacity for labor, men
tal and physical, than st any time daring the last
?ve year?."
An eminent Divine of Boston say? :
?' I have been or.it?; tbe PERUVIAN 8TR?P for
some time pa?t ; it give? me nw vieoa, bdotaBOT
Of SPIBIT8, BLAST10ITT Of BOrlCLl."
Pamphlets free. J. P. DINSMORB,
9 No. 491 Broadway, New York.
COUGHS! COLDS! ? ?.SM "UPTIOTI !
WIST AR 8 BALSAM OP WILD CBRltRT
Osi or TBi Olubst abo Most Rbliabls ? tun?
DIBS IB TUB WOBLD FOB
Couaks. Cold? Whoopins Cough, Bronchitis, Rijgl
culty of Euathmit, Attuma, tloarstness,
Sort Threat, Oump, and ?vary
AJFtctinn of
THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHB8T.
Wistar'a Balsam of Wild Cherry dues not Dry up
a Cough and leave the seed? of Consumption in the
?yatem. but leoseaa it, sad cleanses the Lungs of
all impurities.
None genuine unless signed "I. BUTTS." on th?
wrapper.
KtDIJI *??-.'* RUSSIA SALVE!!
? REAL PAIN EJTTRACTOB.
FORTY TEARS' EXPER BNOB
Haa fully eatablikbed the superiority of this 8alve
over all other healing remedies. It reduce? the
moat angrj I ? k ?L.g Pwe'lings and Incarnation* as
If by Magic; heal? Old Sobs?, Wounds, BubBS,
BCALBS, Ac. in a sirpriaingly abort time.
Only ? canti a Box.
The above are old and irti; established Remedies.
Fur 8ale by
J. P. Dibbbobs, 491 Broadway. New York.
8. W. Fowls A Co., IS Tremoot at , Boston,
_W ? 8A W3m_and by all Drnggiata.
367 -mum. 3-37
J. T. ElOWBLL. BichabdHsbbsbsob.
K1DWELL A HENDERSON, ?
No. 367 D ?trsst, near Ninth, Franklin Hall
Bnilding,
Would reapectfolly inform their friends and the
pnhlie tbat they are now receiving their Fai
Stock of PAPERI!AHOINQ8 and WINDOW
SHADES. PAPER CIKTAIN8. PICTURE C0BD3
and TA8-EL8, Ae. All of the latest ,.,i?.,-,i
at tbe lowset canh pneea. mu>n style? and
AUpspsr hong in the dt? or eonntry or expe
rienced aerkman.at ehort notic?? r "pe
Kerasmber the pisce. No. 3?7 ? atre?* ??..
?rib, eLtrsnee on D ?treet. ?west, near
3? ? .._(an 29 Im]_ 3?7
M
ASSBY C0LLIN8 A CO.'S
PHILADELPHIA
DRAUGHT ALB AND POBTBJL
I am sow receiving large ?nantities of DRA?GIIT
ALB and PORTER from this eslsbrated brewery,
which I am prepared to fnraisb on short aotiee to
all person? who favor me with their orders.
Oner?given to my drivers will be promptly at
tended to.
???4? deliver^ 10a I part?sf Washington sad
?acoras town, free o f c harge.
RILEY A. SniNN. Ag-nt.
tVnitvs ?Jini.it Dtpat, &1 Oreen str?Mt
??Vtf t<?? >-<e?.,?n. ? O
r^niLLS AND Vr\'??3-??||??11??~?????:
, Go.roocet.. UOoEisiIDKUoSlOBtriij
??, rn?) lvalue *<?< ?:?? '. ? a-t Rr.f, %w? ?,'.,, .
>,???.-. f ?. g,.e C I r .1a pv-k ? ... . ' h',A ,G,a.,? *
5'liey ?ye wairam-' tv? cur??. Price 12??, aepji?
EDUCATIONAL.
G??? ?"V lOO-s G?* ????*?"?&. (J o va "'?imci luiuui
t?o? ?np'f to O. W SAMSON, D. D ,
sep? so4t*_President.
BORRONEO OOLLBGB. Pikesville, Baltimore
county. Md.. open? ita ninth session on the Jd
Monday of 8epfember For the terms or other in
fer nation address Rev. E. Q. 8. WALDKON,
PriDcipeiV_aep3-lm*
C'RHRGITOWN FEMALE SEMINARY. 131
? West street. Tbe duties of this institution
will be resumed September 5. For circular? ad
ore?? the principal.
?epj Inr_M. J. HARROYBR.
ST, TIMOTHY'S HALL,
_
TLs urderMgned will ojpsn his SCHOOL FOR
BOARDING AND DAY PUPILS, at the above
named placeen T?K*DAY. ?Sept. ?, 18?4.
He baa. by a very liberal outlay, secured the beat
talcDt to assiet him in tbe education of young gen
tlemen, and has procured a iite inferior to none is
the country for ??alnbrity of climate and beauty of
acen??ry Tbe Hall ia an exteneive eerie? of build
ing?, fitted up with every requisite for comfat,
et.iivVnier.CB and health, eunounded by 3> acre? of
ground, affording ample ?cope for phyeical exer
rt?* The following gentlemen constitute the
f?eulE.PAR80N8. Principal and
Pr?'fei>for of Mathematics and Moral Science?.
GEO S ?RAPE, ?. M .
Profeasor of Natural Science and Mathematics.
Rev. J.NEWMAN HANK, A.M.
Professor of A dent Languages A Moral Science.
Rev. A. 80MMERMBLD HANK. A M.,
Professor of Bell ?e Lettre? and Ancient Language
R-v. H H BRUNINO, A M.,
Professer of German, Spanish and Mathersatice.
Professor of French Languages.
Professor of Painting and Drawing.
A.M. METZ. Esq..
Professor of Vocal and Instrumental Mu?ie.
TERMa.?Boarding pupil? $30"? per year of 10
months; weekly boarding pupil? IIM) per year of 10
months;daily pupil? Bl'H) per year of 10 month?.
including fare to and from the city.
For particular? see circular?, to be obtained at
principal bookstores, or addre??
B ? A R80 N S, Catone ? i He.
BaltimoreConntv, Maryland.
Circu? ars to be ha J at tbe Star Office.
sep 2 DA Wim*_
??) PARENTS AND TEACHERS OF GEORGE
TOWN?A full assortment of 8CH00L
BOOKS constantly on hand, at -? High street.
aep2 9f_
BOARDING AND DAY SEMINARY FOR
YOUNG LADIES,
Corner Prospect and Frederick street?, George
town, DC. Mrs. Gen. T. T. WHEELER, Prin
cipal. The duties of this institution will be re
?umed on Monday. Sept. 12._an 29 2w
Corner of V>i?i and G street*.
CJT. VINCENT'S SCHOOL,
O Comer of '
UNDER THE CHARGE OF THE SI8TEBS OF
CHARITY.
The duties of thia school will be resumed on
THURSDAY, Sept. 1st, 1854. The Sisters iu charge
will devote themselves to the advancement of their
pn pi Is in all the branche? of an English education,
and will pay strict regard to the moral training of
all placed under their care.
In consequence ef the advance of prices the
Sisters are compelled to inerease their rates of
tuition. _an 27-2w
M FEMALE SCHOOL.
RS. MARIA C. McCORMICK.late of Alexan
dria. Va., having removed her school to Cam
bridge, Md.. ia prepare.1 to receive four or five
girl?, as boarding pupil?, in her family. Their
intellectual, domestic and moral training will re
ceive hi-r most assiduous care. Her eucaees, while
for years engaged in Alexandria, in educating
girl?, is well known to all old residents of that
town.
Parents in this vicinity who desire further ni
fi r ?nation concern . g the ad vantages of ber echool
are respectfully referred to Lewis McKenzie, Esq.,
of Alexandria. Va .or W. D. Wallach, Editor of
the Washington Star. Her terms for board, tu
ition, Ac . are moderate.
Cambridge, Md. where ?he bas recently locate!
her echool, i ? one of the healthi?>et and most de
lightful villages in the Union, and hasabout it no
attribute whatever except such at a prudent and
solicitous parent will approve in selecting a local
ity in wbich to have a daughter thoroughly edu
cated and t'ained for future usefulnese.
The fall term of her school commences on the
flret M ourtiij o? September._an 26-dlm
MRS! BURR will reopen her School on MON
PAY. Sept. 2ti. 391 II etreet. sep 2-eotoctl*
?^?? LNION FEMALE ACADEMY.?The fif
teenth annual session of this institution will
commeiice on the 6th of September, 186*. Oircu
lar? obtained at the Academy, corner Hth etreet
sud New York avenue._an l6-eo2m*
HBOOKVILLE ACADEMY.
Seaeion commences 8ept. 6th. Entire expense
for 21 weeks, flu). Circulars at Star Office,or ad
dress R. K. UK RN8. Principal.
anBeo2m* Broekville. Montgomery co.. Md.
MILITARY BOARDING SCHOOL?On BalU
IYI more Railroad, 16 miles from Philadelphia.
Pupila have the benefit? of a borne; thorough
course In Mathematics, Language?, English. Ac
Nnmber limited. Term? moderate. Received at
any time. Fine Library and Apparatus. Address
Rev. 3. HERVEY BARTON, A. M.. Village Green
Seminary. Delaware county. Pa ly 9?7w*
??<???8G??8 WANTED.
Chief Quartermaster's Ojf.ce, Depot of Was Hint ton J
Washington, D. C Aug. 18. 1964. <
Wanted, at once, five hundred (SW to one thou
sand ? l.ttvi Teamster?, each capable of driving with
? "igle line and managing eix mule t?ema.
To such who are competent to perform tbe duty,
tbe pay per month will be thirty five (36) dollars,
with one ratios per dav, and hospital privileges,
Including the beet medical atterdance when Rick.
Men experienced as Wagon Master? will receive
?neb positions, upon bringingto thia point twenty
five (25) good Teamster?. _ _
Apply to CaptaJn CHARLES ?. TOMPKIN8,
A. Q. M. U. 8. ?., corner of Twenty-second and G
street.. Washington, D. C. RUCKBR,
Brig. Gsn. and Chief ?Snartermaster,
Au19-21t Depot of Washington.
PIANOS.?We have lust received eight in ?re o
Sieinway A Son's Piano? all of the??al
differ??!.: sixes and styles, which we ffTerriaffl
w
for aale at factory prices. Tbese Pianos are some
what higher in price than other?, but their su
f.eriority is apparent to all, after asareful exam
nation. We have also on uan-l a largeassortrnent
of other maker?. Ma?on & Hamlin'a Cabinet Or
gane, Prince.'? Melodeun?. at Mueie Store of
W. G.METZBROTT.
_au 13_Cor, nth st. and Pa. avenue.
JOSEPH ??? ? OLDS AGO.
PLUMBERS, GAB, AND BTEAM ?.'?????,
No. eon Nibth Stbbst, near avenue,
Have lust received, and will constantly keep os
aand, the largest and best assortment in the city
of Chandeliers, Bracket?, Drop Light?, Portables,
Criase Globe?, n-lca and other Shade?, and all arti
jlea in this Une, from the beat efltablishmente in
New York, Philadelphia, Ac, wbich will be sold
on the most reasonable terms.
Alao, RANGES, FURNACES, and Fire-Boars
Stoves.
We are pr?par?e to fumisi the beat BANG! In
use anywhere, on very reasonable terms. Hotels.
Restauras te, Ac. are invited to call.
We do all kind? of GA8 and STEAM fitting?
?romptly and cheap, as also everything in the
PLUMBING line In the most satisfactory manner.
Gall and see our Bathing Tube, Fountain? Water
Closets, Wash-stand?, Basin?, Ac,Ac,at No.600
Ninth street, near Pennsylvania avenue, t he larges?
srtablUhment In the city._fe 8-eotf
ABH1NGTON CITY SAVINGS BANK,
IBOSBPOBATBO MaBCB 8tB, 1864.
BDW ABD SIMMs, President and Treasurer
DW ABD CLARK. Vice President and Secretary.
D1BBCTOK8.
WM. P. DOLB, THO8. J GARDNER,
3. 3. C00MH8, 8. V. NILES,
JOHN R. BLVAN8.
Tbie Bank i? now open for the receipt of deposits,
st the sew Hanking House, No. 58 Louisiana av
enue, under Simms' Rebuilding.
EDWARD CLARK, Secretary.
EDWARD CLARK A CO., BANKBR8,
At the Saving? Bank. No. 6? Louisiana avenue
Dealers in
EXCHANGE, GOLD AND SILVER, AND GEN
ERAL ??????T BUSINESS.
"?1"W?DWABD CLARK,
Ir ?Im_JOHN ?. KLVANB
^rBBBaBBBaIMP&0V' YOUB BYE-??^a?*eBW
?"Sasv- -^*?ight by the use of tke eel??*?r **<SaaP
ebrated Pa ? blu and Pssieoone 8pbotao lbs, uni
versally acknowledged M ?the best for Strbbotb
BBiao abb Pbbsbbvibo the Impaired Eyesight,
scientifically and correctly suited, by FRANKLIN
A CO., Optician?.
1144 Pennsylvania ?venue, bet. 12th and 13th etc,
and
38? Pennsylvania avenus ander the National.
?^fcSc0^-818 OPERA GLAS8E8, MICRO
SCOPE*? THERMOMETERS, STEREOSCOPES.
PHOTO?RAPH ALBUMS. CARTES DM VISITE,
tel * ***** T*r,et*' *?* ** U?lo,rMt Prioe??
A DAUB IXPBE8S COMPANY.,
OFFICI ?14 PA! AVENUE,
_ Washington, D. 0.
??auf&r%lftSw*%tBlWMT
r or wanted with 8A?ETY AND DISPATCH to all
accessible section? of the country. This Company
has ageaeie? in the Principal Railway Towoe in the
N<?BTU. EAST. WEbTTaND N?RTHWB8T
Its principal once? ars
WASHINGTON. D C, NEW YORK. BOSTON
PHLLAUELPHIA, BALTIMORE. CIN
CINNATI, HT. LOUIS? LO?IR
VILLE, LEXINGTON,
leanecliona are made at New York and Boston,
wab hue* forwarding to the CA?ADAS and the
BRiri8H PROVINCES and other steamship Un?
to LIVERPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON and HAVRE
and tbence by Bnropean ?*x presses to all prominent.
?v. m mereiai town? in Great Bri tai? sod the Conti
nent.
Collection of NOTES. DRAFTS.aud B1LL8 made
at all accessible parts of the United States.
O. C DUNN, Agent,
?aW Weahl???*v?e. B. O.
F 3 HEIBERUFR, BLOOBBSOB TO H. F
. LOU PON A CO., ,??
CfTirENS" AND MILITARY *??
M MBKCHANT TAILOR. Wk
MetropoHttn Hotel, (lau Bnimf?J Waf
???? 3?? PsannsylvaBiasvenBe. *~*
***wl_._WAShlngtoB, .O.
?^ta?atf"5 BLACK ????.-We ee^eUUy in
,? SS tbe ?tt"?l?n of the lovers of the aboy*
-- ????? ????'?? our lto?E before purchasing as
we think our teas are ?eldom, if ev<-r. equalled ka
thi? market. GkO. T. SMITH A OCT,
. - ?"?"?*? *nd deslere in fine Famiiy
S?p3-eo3t_Proceri e?, SU 7th etreet
WBKICKBl BRICK8! BRICKS I
AffHINfrTON 817.B on handVnd f.!r .ale ,
the lowest ?i-? pnce?, at'he foot of isth at w
sndCabsJ. %a l
n- ;
ve :
PROPOSALS.
pBOPOSALS FOB WOOD AND OOAL.
?p??? Hoosa of Bspaass*T?Tiv?a, U. I.,I
WA8H1BGT0B, D. C, Sept. 7, 1864. \
Sealed Proposals will be received at this office
until II o'clock ?. on the ?"tb September. ?>4, for
furnishing for the aae of the Bouse or Represen
tative? of the United SUtea. 360 tone(J.'tiO lbs.)
best Baltimore Company'a No. I or large E*g
WEITE ASH COAL, or of a quality equally gjod.
5"Cords Baker's PINE WOOD. e???
M Cords best aeas .ned HICKORY WOOD.
a/i Cords beat seasoned OAK WOOD.
The whole to be put away in th? vsults of the
Capitol, under the direction of the Chief_Bagioeer,
to whom application may be made for information,
The whole to be delivered by the let Norember
Verne* for the faithful execution ef the contrast
will required. _ . .,, . .. .
Bide for Coal and Wocd will be considered sepa
Pioaior voai auu BOWARB MoPHER8)N,
aep 9 lw Clerk Honse Representatives. U. 8.
? ? ? 0 8 A L
Navv DBPiaTM?*T, i
Eurem of Yards and Docks, August 22, W,
Seal?i Proposale for each class separately en
o reed" Proposals for C'ass No. (name the class)
o r the Navy Yard at (name the yard)." will be re
ceived at this office until the 19th of 8ep'ember
next, at 1 e clock.? ni., at which hour the opening
of the bids will be commenced, for furnishing ana
delivering, at the several Navy Yards named the
materials and articles embraced in prin ed a?hed
?les, which with full instructions, will be fur
nished on application, and aent by mail, if so re
quested, to persons desiring to offerto contract for
any or all of the class?e named there n, bf the
commandants of the several Navy Yarda, for the
classe? for the yards und-r their command, or by
the Navy A ?rent nearest thereto, GX by the Bureau
for any or all of the yarde.
To prevent confusion and mis'akesin aeahegthe
offers, no bid will be- received which contains
class?e fot more than one yard in one envelope; nor
any bid which ia not perfect and complete in itaelf
according to the forms of offer and guaranty, and
each individual of a firm meat sign the bid and
contract.
Bidders are hereby cautioned and particularly
notified that their offers must be in tbe form here
inafter prescribed, and be mailed in time to reach
their destination before the time expires for re
ceiving them; no bid will be considered which
Fhall be received after the period stated, and no
allowance will be made for failures of the mail.
All offers ? net be accompanied by a certified copy
of the bidder's license.
To guard against offers being opened before the
time appointed, biddera are requested to endorse
on the envelope, abe ve the address, and draw a
line under the endorsement, thus.
?' Proposals for Class No. (name the class) for th?
Navy Yard at (name the yard.)''
To tbe Chief of the Bureau of Yards and Docks,
Washington, D. C. ...
Instructions and forma of offer, with copi?e ef
he laws bearing on the subject, will be furnished
bv commandant? of yards, navy agents, and the
Bureau, on application to all or either of them.
PORTSMOUTH, ?. H.
Class No. 1, Bricks; class No. 2, Stone; class No.
fi. Oak and Hard Wood ; class No. 6, White Pine,
Spruce. Juniper, and Cypress; class No. 7, Lime,
Hair, and Plaster; class No 8, Cement; claaa No.
9. Gravel and Sand; clase No.9.lj, Moulding and
Fire Sand and Fire Clay; claaa No. l?,81ate; claaa
No. 11, Iron. Iron Nails, and Bpikes; class No 12,
Bteel; class No. 13. Pig Iron- class No. 14, Files;
class No. 16, Painta, Oils, and Glaaa; clasa No. 16,
Ship Chandlery; class No. 17, Hardware; class No.
18, Stationery; class No. 19, Fire Wood; clase No.
2u, Hay and Straw; c'ass No. 21, Provender; ?lass
No. 22. Charcoal; c'ass No. 23. Belting, Packing,
and Hose; class No. 24, Sperm and Liiibn rating
Oils; class No 29, lion Casting's, class No. 2?,
Augurs; c'ass No. 27. Anthracite Coal: cla?s No.20,
Bituminous Cumberland Coal; class No.31, Copper
and Composition Nails; class No. 32, Machinery
and Tools; class A, Cement Paint.
BOSTON.
Class No. 1, Bricks; class No. 2, Stone; clasa No.
5, Oak and Hard Wood; class N?. 6, White Pine,
Spruce, Juniper, and Cyress; class No. 7, Lime,
Hair and Plaster; class No 8, Cement; elass No.
9. Gravel and Sand; class No. ??'a. Moulding and
Fire Sai d and Fire Clay: class No. 11. Iron. Iron
Spikes aad Nails: class No. 12. Steel ; class No 13,
Pig Iron; clasa No. 14, Files; class No. 15, Paints,
Oils and Glass; clasa No. ifi, Ship Chandlery; class
No. 17, Hardware; class No. 18. Stationery; class
No. 19, Fire Wood; class No. 2n, Hay and Straw;
class No. 21, Provender; class No. 22, Charcoal;
class No. 23, Belting, Panait g and Hose; class No.
24, Sperm and Lubricating Oils; claaa No. 25, Iron
Caatmgs; class No. 2ri, A'igers; clasa No. 2?, An
thracite Coal; class No. 29, Bituminous Cumber
land Coal; clasa No. 3 ?. Semi-Bituminous, Broad
Top Coal, and Pictou; class No. 32, Machinery and
Tools; c'ass A, New Joiner Shop; clasa B, H. B.
Smith's Patent Boring and Mortising Machine.
NEW YORK.
Class No. 1, Bricks; class No 2. Stone; clasa No.
2>?, Btone; class No. 4, Yellow Pine Lumber: class
No. o. Oak and Hard Wood: claaa No. 6, White
Pine, Spruce, Juniper and Cypress; class No. 7,
Lime, Hair and Plaster; class No ?, Cement; class
No. 9, Gravel and Sand; class Ne. 0*?, Moulding
ai:d Fire Sand and Fire Clay; class No. 10, Slate;
class No. 11. Iron, Iron Spikes, and Nails; class
No. 12, Steel; class No. IS, Pig Iron; class No. 14,
Files; clasa No. 15. Paints. Oils and Glass; clasa
No. 16. Ship Chandlery; class No. 17. Hardware;
class No. 18. Stationery; claaa No. 20, Hay and
Straw ; ?lass No. 21, Provender; class No. 22, Char
coal; class No. 23. Belting. Packing, and Hose;
class No 24. Sperm and Lubricating Oils; class No.
25, Iron Works, Piping. Ac : claaa No. 2(5, Augers;
clasa No. 27, Anthracite Coal; class No. 30, Semi -
Bituminoua Broad Top Coal; class Ni. 31. Cop
per and Composition Nails; class A, Fire Truca,
PHILADELPHIA.
Class No. 1, Bricks; class No 2. Stone; elass No.
4, Yellow Pine Timber; class No. 5, Oak and Hard
Wood; cla's No. f.. White Pine, 8pruce, Juniper,
and Cypress; class No. 7, Lime, Hair, and Plaster;
class No 9, Gravel and Sand; clasi No. 11, Iron,
Iron Spikes, and Nails ; clasa No. 12, 8teel ; clasa
No. 14. Files; clasa No. 16, Paints. Oils, and Olas
cla?a No. 16, Ship Chandlery; claaa No. 17. Hard
ware ; class No. 18. Stationery ; class No. 19, Fire
wood; clara No. 2u. Hay aDd Straw; class No. 21,
Frovender; claaa No Xt. Charcoal: class No. 23,
Belting, Packing, and Hose: claaa No. 24. Sperm
and LuDrieating Oils; class No. 26. Augers; class
No. ?7. Anthracite Coal; class No. 3D, Semi-Bita
minous. Broad Top Coal; class No. 32, Machinery
and Tools; class A, Bilge Water Indicators; olass
li. Spark Arrester?; class C. Pitch-Uonae.
NAVAL ABYLUM,
Claaa No. 1. Clottiing; class No. 2, Hats, Boots,
Shoes, Ac; clasa No. 3, Provisions; class No. 4,
(Jroceriea; class No. 5, Dry Goods; class No. 6,
Bread, Ac ; class No 7, Tobacco, class No. 8,
Coal; class No. 9, Paints, Oils. Glass, Ac: class
No. 11, Lumber; class No. 12, Firewood; claaa No.
13, Provender: class No. 14. Miscellaneous; clasa
No. 15, Hardware; class No. 16, Stationery.
WASHINGTON.
Claaa No. 1. Bricka; class No. 2, Stone; clasa No.
4 Ve! I. w Pine Lumber; class No. 5, Oak and Hard
Wood; clasa No. 6. White Pine. Spruce, Juniper,
and Cypress: class No 7, Lime, Hair, and Plaster;
class No. 8 Cement: claaa No. 9, (travel and 8and;
class No. 'j'.. Moulding and Fire Sand and Fire
Clay; class No 11. Iron, Iron Nails, and Spikes;
claaa No. 12, Steel; class No. 13, Pig Iron; class
No. 14 Files; elass No. 15, Paints, Oila, and Glass;
class No. 16 Ship Chandler?; elasa No. 17, Hard
ware; dase No. 18, Stationery; class No 19. Fire
wood, class No. 2o. Hay and Straw; class Na.21.
Powder; class No 22. Charcoal ; class No. 23, Belt
ing. Packing, and Uoee; claaa No. 23. 8perm and
Lubricating Oils; clasa No. 27. Anthracite Coal;
class No. 20, Bituminone Cumberland Coal; claaa
No. 32, Machinery and Tools.
NORFOLK.
Clsas No. 1, Bricks; claaa No. 3. Tellow Pine
Timber; class No. 4, Yellow Pire Lumber:clasa
No. 6, Oak and Hard Wood; elasa No. 6, White
Pine, Spruce, Juniper and Cypress; claaa No. 7.
Lime. Hair and Plaster: class No. 8. Cement; clasa
No JpX.Mouldingand Fireaand and Fire Clay .class
No 10,81ate; class be. II, Iron. Iron Spikes and
Naila: claas No. 12, Steel; elasa No. 13, Pig Iron
Ham No 11, Filea; claas No. 16, Paints, Oil? and
Glase; claaa No 16. Ship Chandlery; claaa No 17
Hardware;class No la. Stationery; claaa No.' 19
FMrewood ; claaa No. 20, Hay and Straw- class No '
21, Provender; class No. 22, Charcoal; class No. 23
Pelting. Packing and Hoae; claas No. 24. Sperm and
Lubricating Oil: class No. 2S, Augers; class No. 27
anthracite Coal; clasa No. 19. Bituminous, Cum
berland Coal;clas?No.St.8emi- BituminoasBroaU
Top Coal. Lump; claaa No. 31. Copper and Compo
sition Nails clasa No. 31, Machinery and Tools
class A, Sashes, Glazed. '
PEN8ACOLA. FLORIDA.
Class No. 16, Ship Chandlery; class No. 17, Hard
ware; class No. 18, dtationery; claaa No 19, Fire
wood; class No.2<\ Hay and Straw; class No. 21,
Provender; elass No. 24, Sperm and Lubricating
Oils; class No 26. Augers; clasa No. 27, Anthra
cite Coal; class No. 29, Bituminoua Cumberland
Coal; claas No. 32, Machinery and Tools.
au 24-W4W
S
EA KINGS AND NAVAL HER0E8. London
Allen'a Life of Dundonald, London
Dixon's Life of Blake, London
Shipwreck s and Disasters at Sea. London
Lives of British Adm?rala, London
Gilly'a Shipwrecks of the British Navy. London
Neptune'a Heroee, London
Cooper's Naval Biography
Bonthey'a Life of Nelson, London
Coopers Naval History
Memoir of Admiral Brenton, London
Memoirs of Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, 2 vols.,
London
Memoirs of Admiral de Saumares, 2 vola., London
Life and Correspondence of Admiral Napier, 2
vola., london
Nicholas' History of the Royal Navy, 2 vole.. Lou
den
Brentr.n'e Naval History,2 vols., London
_sepj_ FRArlOK TAYLOR. "
^^HISISTOGIVB NOTICE, that tbe subscri
ber hath obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Washington county, in the District of Columbia,
letters ol adninistratioa on the personal estate of
Pstrick Larner, late of Waahiagton, D.O., de
ceased. All persona having claima against the
eaii* deceased, are hereby warned to exhikit the
same, with the vouchers thereof, to the subscri
ber, on or berore the 6th aay of February next :
theymay otherwise by law be excluded from all
benefit of said estale.
?'ven under my band th's ?th day of February,
A D. 1864.
aui6-lew3w*_JOHN H. RUSSELL, Adm'r.
THI8 IS TO GITE NOTICB. That the subscri
ber has obtained from the Orphans' Court of
Washington County, in the District of Colombia,
letters teatarueutary on the personal estate of
James Csrrico, lato of Washingten County, D. C,
deceased. AH persons having claima againatthe
said deceased, are hereby warned to exhibit th?
same, with th? vouchers thereof, to the aubscriber,
on or before the 23d day of August next; thev may
otherwise t>y law be exdnded from all benefit ef
the said et tate,
Given under my band thia 23d day of lag . 1864.
_gjQS?*!_SUSANNAH 0ABBICO.
F BOM? PARIS.-The Knightage of Great Bri
tain. House of Commons. Peerage of Great
Britain. Baronetage of Great Britain. British
Almanac and Companion for 1864. The States
man's Tear Rook, 1B64. Dod's Peerage of Great
Britain, 1364. Burke'? General Armory. Leh
net t 'a Peerage of Great Britain. Lodge's Peerage
of the Britiah Empire. Burke'a Authorized Arms
au? FBaNOK TAYLOR
ITwOPOeAl?
pBOFOSALS FOB H a EN ESS LEONS.
Obbbabos Orne?, Wii ?????t???*,.
WABBiaoTOS. Sept. 1.UJ&4. \
Proposala will be received by this Department
until SATURDAY the I7tb day of September,
at 4 o'clock ? m . for the delivery at tbe Spring
bald Armory'Massachusetts. Watorvliet, Frank
fort or New York Arsenal?, of ?.??? single sets of
Wrought Iron Work, for United States Artillery
Harness.
Tbe Harneas Irons ere to be packed in we'l made
boxea coataining twelve single set?each. b> iog an
assortment for 4 wheel and 8 lead horses; aa 1 each
twelve set? so peaked, ?ili consist of the following
pieces :
3 pairs long Hamea.eomplat?
5 paira abort Harnea, complete
? paira medium Harnee, completo
48Trace Clips with IH Rivele
4 double Loopa or Eves
12 Saddle loops (bent for canile
94 Trace Eyes
24 long Chaina, with toggles
4 Breast Hooks
Steg Guarda, with 10 rivets . . , , ?
6 Saddle Loops, straight, far riding- saddle Pom
mel
These Harneas Irona are to conform strictly in
?attern and weight to the model sets to be aeen at
his office and at the Springfield Armory ; are to be
emootbly finiahed; are to fill the standard guages.
and each piece is to be made of tbe aize and kind
of iron prescrioed in the official bill of iron,
copi?e of which can be obtained at this office, at
the Ne? York Agency, and at the Bpringdeld
AM the Irona are to be ?ell Japanned?the japan
to be of the beat quality, and well baked on. They
are te be subject to inapection at the factory where
made, before and after japanning.
The Harnea are to be marked with the maker's
name, tbe aize, and tbe lettera U. S. A. The latter
let7era one-fourth of an inch high.
All thepieees are to be put up in proper bundles,
properly labelled, and each box ia to be carefully
paeaes, aa prescribed by the Inspector. The
packing box to be paid for at the Inspector's valu
ation.
Deliveries are to be made at the rate of not lesa
than aixty asta ??t day, commencing on the let day
of October, 1864. next. .
Failure to deliver at the specified time will sub
ject tbe contractor to a forfeiture of the number he
may fail to deliver at that time.
No bids will be considered except from parties
actually engaged in the manufacture of ibis or
similar kinds cf iron work, and who can bring
ample evidence that they have in their own shops
all the machinery and appliances for turning out
the full amount of work specified per day.
GUARANTEE.
The bidder will be required to accompany his
proposition with a guaranty signed by two respon
sible neraona, that in case hie bid be accepted, he
will at once execute the contract for the*same with
good and sufficient sureties, in a sum equal to the
amount of the contract to deliver the articles pro
posed in conformity with the terms of this adver
tisement: and in case tbe said bidder should fail to
enter into the contract, they to make good tbe dif
ference between the offer of said bidder and the
next responsible bidder, or the persou to whom the
contract may be awarded.
?The responsibility of the guarantors must be
shown hy the official certificate of the Clerk of the
nearest District Court, .or of the United States
District Attorney.
Bonds in a sum equal to the amount of the con
tract, signed by the contractor and both of hie
guaranters, will he required of the successfal bid
der or bidders upon signing the contract.
FORM OF GUARANTBB.
We. the undersigned, residents of -, in the
county of-, and State of-, hereby. Jointly
and severally, covenant with the United States,
and guarantee, in case the foregoing bid of -
-be accepted, that he or they will at once exe
cute the contract for the aame, with good and
sufficient sureties, in a aum equal to tbe amount of
the contract, to furnish the articles propoaed. in
conformity to the terms of this advertisement,
dated Sept. 1,1864, under which the bid waa made,
and in case the said-shall fail to enter into a
contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good
the difference between the offer of the aaid -
and the next lowest responsible bidder, or the per
son to whom the contract may he awarded.
? Given under our hands and sea's
this-day of-, 186?.
Witness: [Seal.]
[Seal]
To this guaranty must be appended the official
certificate above mentioned.
Forms of bids can be obtained at any of the
above-named arsenale. Proposals not made out on
this form will not be received.
Bide will he received for the entire number or
any part thereof; and bidders will state the arsen
al at which they can deliver, and the number of
sets at each, if for more than one.
The Department reserves the right to reject any
or all the bide, if deemed unsatisfactory on any
account.
Propoaala will be addressed te "Brigadier Gen
eral George D. Ramsay. Chief of Ordnance, Wash
ington, D. C" and will be endorsed "Proposals
for Harness Irona."
GEORGE D. BAMSAY.
ep 1-eotd Brig. Gen., Chief of Ordnance.
DB0POSAL8 W9& FORAGB.
CHIS? QUABTBBMABTBB'? OPPIO?, ?
Wabhibotob Dbpot, Dee. 8,1863. t
Sealed Propoaala are invited by the undersigned
for ?applying tbe U. B. Quartermaster's De
partment, at Washington. D. 0., Baltimore, Md.
Alexandria, and Fort Monroe, Ta., or either of
these placea, with Hay, Corn, Oats aud Straw.
Bide will be received for the delivery of 6,?*
bushels of corn or oats aad 00 toas of bay or atra?,
and upwards.
Bidders must state at which of the above-named
points they propose to make deliveries, and tbe
ratea at which they ?ill make deliveriea thereat,
the quantity ef each article propoaed to be deliv
ered, the time when aaid deliveries ahall be com
menced, and when to be completed.
The price must be ?ritten oat in ?orda on the
Dins.
Com to be np la good stout aacka, of abont
two bushels each. Oats in like sacks of about three
ouahela each. The aacka to be furnished without
extra charge to the Government. The hay and
straw to be securely baled.
Tbe particular kind or description ? oats, corn
hay or straw propoaed to be delivered most be
stated in the proposals.
All the articles offered nnder the bida herein in
vited ?ill be subjeet to a rigid inspeo:ion by the
Government Inspector before being accepted.
Contracta will be awarded from time to time to
the lowest responsible bidder, as the interest of
the Government may require ana payment will be
made when tbe whole amout contracted for ahall
bave bee? * vii ver ed and accepted.
The bidder will be required to asco m pan y his
propoaala with a guaranty, signed by two respon
sible persons that in case his bid ia accepted he or
they wiH, within ten days thereafter, execute the
contract for the same, with good and sufficient
sureties in a sum equal to the amount of the con
tract, to deliver the forage proposed in eonformity
with the terms of this edvertiament: and in ease
the aaid bidder should fail to enter into the eon
tract, they to make good the difference between
the offer of aaid bidder and the next lowest respon
sible bidd? , or tbe person to ?bom the contract
may be awarded.
The respon?ibility of the guarantors must b?
shown by the official certificate of a U. 8. District
Attorney, Collector of Customs or an y other officer
nnder the United States Government or responsi
ble person known to this office.
All bidder? will be duly notified of the accept
ance or rejection of their proposala.
The full name and P. O., address of each biddex
must be legibly written in the proposal.
Propoaala must be addreased to Brig. Gen. D. H.
Rucker, Ob'ef ?>epot Quartermaster, Washington,
D.O., and ?nonio b? plainly marked "Proposals
for Forage."
Bonds, in a aum equal to the amount of the con
tract, signed by the contractor and both >f hia
guarantors, will be required of the aucceae-gl bid
1er or bidders upon signing the contract.
Klar 4. forms of bids, guarantees, and bonds, may
be obtained upon application at this OfBoe.
FOBM OF PROPOSAL.
(Town, County and State)-??
(Date)
an
1. tbe subscriber, do hereby propose to furnish
id deliver to ?he United States, at the Quarter
master's rypartment at -, agreeably to th?
terms of yonr advertisement inviting proposals
for forage, dated Washington Depot, Dec 8,1363.
the following articles, vis :
-bushels of Corn,in sacks, at-per bu-hel ef
66 pounds
-bushels of Oats, in seeks, at-per bushel of
S3 pounds
-tons of Baled Hag, at - per toa of 2,000
pennde
-tons of Baled Straw. at-per ton of 1,000
pounds.
Delivery to commence on or before the-day of
-, 186?, and to be completed on or before the
-day of-. 186?, and pledge myself to enter
Into a written contract with tbe United States,
with good and approved securities, within the
space often days after being notified that my bid
bas been accepted. Your obedient servant.
Brigadier General D. ?. ?p????.
Gaserai Depot Quartermaster,
Washington. P. Q.
GUARANTY.
We, the undersigned, residente of-,1a tb?
County of-, and State of-, hereby. Jointly
and severally, covenant with tb? United States,
and guarantee in ease the foregoing bid of
be accepted, that be or they will, within ten day?
after the acceptance of said bid, execute the con
tract for the same with good and sufficient aure
tiea, in a aum equal to the amount of the contract,
to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to
tbe terms of ad vertisement dated December 8,1863,
nnder which the bid was made, and, in case the
eaid ? shall fail to enter into a eontraet as
aforesaid, we guarantee to make ?rood the differ
ence between tbe offer by seid-and the next
lowest responsible bidder, or the person to ?boat
the contract may be a?arded.
Witness,
Given ander oar bands and seals this ??day of
-*"*"? Beati
I hereby certify that, to ta? best of my knowl
edge and belief, tne above-named guarantors are
geod aad sufficient as sureties for the ?mount for
which they offer to be security.-.
To be eertified by the United Statoa District At
torney, Collector of Customs, or any other officer
nnder th? United State? Government, or res pon
libi? person known te tai? oflce.
D. H. BUCKBB,
deet-tf Brigadier General anda. M.
?
CHIBF QUABTEBMA8TBB*8 OFFIOB,
DsroeT ep WasHigeTO?,
Washington, D. 47.. January 4,1864.
Ail ?aalen in Drugs, Hard ware. Lamber. Leather.
Ornee Furniture. Harneas, and Saddlery are re
enacted to send to thie office, on MONDAY of each
week, a sealed proposal or list, as dupluau, of th?
articles they are prepared to furnish te this Depot at
short notice, with the prie? of each marked ia piala
figure?, sorthat, in ease th? exigencies of th? servie?
require it, the article or artiolee can b? obtained
without delay, and at tb? lowest prie?. . __ .
Dealer? wishing to sell to tal? Depot ?HI be re
quired to furnish the list punetuaHy every Mondar
Brigadier General au? Chief 'Quartermaeter.
Jae-ti Depot of Washington.
e)MPAN10N TO THB REBELLION RBOORB,
containing Official Reporta, Narratives and
Stato Papera. Vth National aad RabeL which ?or?
not published la tb? regular leene? of the Rebel
LAND SALES.
? ? THE PRE8IDKNT OP THB UNITBD
8TATB8.
FORTHE8ALBOF VALU ABLBLANDS IN THB
LATE WINNEBAGO INDIAN RBBBRVATION
IN ?????????.
In pursuance ?f law. 1, ABRAHAM LINCOLN,
Preaident of the United Statea of America, do
hereby declare and make known that pab?c ??les
wi'l be h?ld in the BLder mentioned Land Office,
in the 8tate ef Minnefota, at tbe period? herein
after desigliated. to wit:
At the Land Office at St Peter, sommencing on
MON DA Y .the fifth day of December next, for the
disposal of the public lands comprise?! in toe late
reserve for the Winnebago Indians, above tnen
tirntd, and situated in the following parts of
?.. *i.?bip?, wbich will be ?old at the appraised
vaine of the lands and the improvement? thereon,
vis:
North el the lost tine and west of the hft\ principal
meridian.
In t?-wn?hipK6, range 24.15 .181.9?, acres.
In township 107, range C4-^~ ?? ? 6.?o 44
In township io?. raDge 25-?.?" ?J??*
In township 107. range 25.?AW.71
In township H*. range 25.?. ? ???-.? f?J-y ,. .,
A schedule particularly describing the '?idivid
ual tracts, with the appraised value p-r acre. ??11
be open for inspection at the District Land Office?
in Minnesota .,, .
The offering of the above lande will be com
menced on the day appointed, and will proceed, in
the order designated in the ab >ve mentioned
schedule, and consecutively by f-wnshipe. as here
in advertised, until tbe whole ?hall have been
offered, and the sale thua closed ; but the ?a1 e
?ball not be kept open longer than two week? and
no private entry of any of the land? will be ad
mitted until after the expiration of tbe two weeks.
Given nnder my band, at the city of Washing
ton, this 23d ?lav of August. Anno Domini one
thousand eight hundred and sixty four.
ABBAUAM LINCOLN.
By tbe President:
JOS. 8. WILSON,
Acting Commissioner of the General Land Office.
NOTICI TO ACTUAL BONA PIDE SBTTLBRS
PRE-EM ? TORS.
Inthe third section of the act of Congre??, ap
proved 21st of February, 18*51. ??statutes, volume l?,
page ?55ft. opening to eale the Winnebago Reserva
tion. it i? stipulated that before any person shall
be entitled to enter any portion of the ?aid land?,
by pre emptlon or otn?rwI?e, previous ?o their
exposure to eale to the highest bidder at public
outcry, he shall become an actual bona- fide
settler thereon, and ?ball conform to all the
regulations now provided by law In case? of pre
emption, sad ebali pay, within the term of one
year from tbe date of the settlement, the full
appraised value of the land? and the improvements
thereon.
Now. in order that all ?neh bona-fide, actual
settlements may be secured to the several pre
emptors,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
tbat they must come forward and file their affida
vit?, designating the particular tracts on which
they may he actually settled, giving the date of
such actual settlement, and, before the expiration
of one year from ?neb date, the several pre-emption
claims must be established before the Register and
Receiver, according to the requirements of the
pre-emption laws, and fu I payment made thereon,
according to tbe full affixed, appraised value of
the lands and improvements thereon.
1st. In all euch cases where tbe year may not
elapse before tbe commeneement of the public
?ale. such bona fide actual settlements mar and
are hereby ordered to be excluded from the publia
sale
2d. In all pre-emption cases in which the year
may expire before the commencement of the Pub
lio eale the parties must eetabtish and p?y up .nr
their claims, otherwise all tract.? is thi? class will
be offered to the highest biider, under the forego
ing proclamation, yet with the stipulation that at
such public fale the price must not be for a lees
?um than for the appraised value. _
JOS. 9 WILSON.
au30-lawl3w Acting Commissioner.
CLOTHING AND CLOTHING MATERIALS.
NAVY DlPAItTBEXT, J
B?ria? or Provisions and Oi.othibo,>
September 1, l?it. \
Separate Proposal?, sealed and endorsed "Pro
pon?is for Navy Clothing, and Clothing Mate
rials," wi.l be received at this bureau until two
o'clock p. m , on the 12th day of October aext, for
furnishing and delivering (on receiving thirty
days'notice) at the United State? Navy Yard? at
Cfcarlestown, M???.. and Brooklyn, ?. ?., in such
numbers and quantities and at suoli time? as may
be specified by the chi -f of this bureau or by the
commandants of the said Navy Yards, respective
ly, the numbers and quantities of the different ar
ticles, and at tbe places specified in the following
list, viz :
Charle^town. Brooklvn.
Pea Jackets.SJB09 7,ixmj
Bound Jackets.2 w? 3,'<h?
Blue Cloth Trowser?, pairs.3.o?.' 5.000
Blue8atinet Trowsers, " _8,003 12,o?0
Canvas Duck Trowaers. " _3<<0? 6,04)
Barnsley Sheeting Frocks.5,o>.i0 S0O
Blue Flannel Overehirt?.6,nco in,IVO
Blue Flannel Undershirts.12,'W lS.'WO
Blue Flannel Drawers, pairs_12 000 18,000
Blue Satinet, yards. . f>i,000 100,0 ?
Blue Flannel, '? .50,(?-0 100,0 0
Blue Nankin, " .6,or? ??,???
Calf akin Laced Shoes, pairs_lO.ttH' 15,(VO
Kip skin Shoes.lO.wm 15,'irn
Woollen Sojks.._10,00? 15,000
Blarket?.?,??? 12,O>0
Mattresses (with cne cover for
each).flOOO 8.000
Black Silk Handkerchiefs.??? 0 8.000
Boo?s. paira.4,0?o ?go 0
Offer? may be made for one or more article?, at
the option of the Didder, and in case more than one
article is contained in this offer, tbe chief of th?
bureau will have the right to accept one er more
of the articles contained in nuch oner aud reject
the remainder. The price must be uniform, and of
fers must tmhiace all of any otte o r more articles de
liverable at all the stations
For the description of article? in the above list,
bidders are referred to the ?amples at the said navy
yard?, and totbe advertisement of this bureau da
ted July 8.1863, and for information as to the law?
and regulations ? in pamphlet form ? regarding con
tracts, to the officers of the several commandants
of navy yards and navy agent?.
The department reserves the right to relect any
proposal not considered advantageous to the Gov
ernment.
Blank forms of proposals may be obtained on ap
plication to the navy agent at Boston, New York,
or Philadelphia, and at thia bureau. sep 2-law4w
|MP0BTANT TO BUTLERS
BUTLERS WILL FIND
H. A. DOWNING Jk CO.'S
VONCENTRATED OLAM
TO BE A MOST VALUABLE ASTIGLI TO
THEIB TBADB,
It sells very rapidly, and Is the most economical
article cf d!st for the officer's mess. It Is prepared
in one minute,and makes a most delicious Soup or
Chowder. It is highly recommended by Arm
Burgeons. The profits are large.
H. A. DOWNING A CO.,
Manufacturer? of Concentrated Food
No. Ill East 18th st.. New York.
For sale by ? ARBOUR A SEM MES, Bole Agents,
?b* Louisiana Avenue,
est-ly_Washington. D. O
????????T?-?T?.
A great variety of
ENTIRELY NEW 8TYLB8
Adapted to
PARLORS,
DINING BOOMS,
HALLS. ABD
CHAMBEES,
Also,
?.G?? YARDS CANTON MATTINGS,
1 ,d00 YABD8 FLOOR OIL CLOTHS,
Oar Mattings are unrivalled in this city, compri
in g in part the fameua Gowqus brsnd for psrlo
Oil Clotba from 3 to 12 feet wide, adapted to din!
rooms, hall?, Ac. Alee?
WINDOW 8HADE8,
BBA88 CORNICES.
PABLOB MATS,
Psper hnng by skillful workmen, and all orde
promptly attended to. Give ua a call sad sa
from 10 to 90 per cent.
RIFFLE A FALCONER'S
No. 348 7th street, between I street and
apg-ee_Mass, svenne,
CLABIFIED CIDER I M
? CLABIFIED CIDBB11
I bave juit received per schooners ''George 8.
Adam?" and ' J. W.." from Boston a large supply
of pure Massachusetts CLAKIFIED CI DER, which
I oner for sale at the lowest market price, ia quaa
titiee to suit purchaser?
Hotel keepers, sutlers, and all others in want of a
prime article of Cider are invited to call and ex
amine this beforepurchaaingelsewbere.
? R1LEY A 8HINN,
Union Bottling Depot, 67 Green st..
-,_Georgetown. P. C.
MARLBOROUGH 8 DISPATCH BS, Edited by
General Murray. 3 vol?., London.
Dispatches of Lord Nelson 7 vole., London.
Official Dirpatches of the War of 1812.
Memoir? and Correspondence of Sir Thoe. Picton,
S vol?.. London.
Col. Frazer's Letter? during the Peninsular and
Waterloo Campaign?, London.
feir Charlea Napier's Life and Official Correspon
dence, 2 vols
Life and Letters of Admiral de Saumarez, t vole.,
London.
Diary and Dispatches of Gen. Sir Robert Wilson,
Svola., London.
Sir W. Sidney Smith's Life and Dispatches, t
vol?., London.
Collingwood's Public and Private Letters with a
memoir, 2 vole., London.
Wellington's DUpatche?, London.
ConfedersteOfficial Beports of Battle?.
General McClellan'? Report.
Barnard A Barry's Report.
an 18_FBAN0K TAYLQB,
ORPHANS'COURT. SEPTEMBER 3D,18e4.?
District or Colombia, Coubtv or Washibo
tob. to spat* In the case of Charlee T. Hawkins, Ad
ministrator of John Hawkins, deceased, the
Administrator aforesaid has, with the approbation
of the Orphans'Court of Washington County afore
caid.appointed 8ATURDAY,the21th?ia> of Septem
ber next.for the final settlement and distribution of
the personal est?t?? of said deceased, and of the
aesefs in hand, aa far a? the asme bave been col
lected and turned into money; when and*where all
the creditor? and heirs of ?aia deceased are notified
to attend, fat the Orphans' Oonrt of Washington
County aforesaid.) ?Pith their claim? properly
vouched, or they may otherwise by law be excluded
from all benefit in ?aid deceased'? estate: provided
a copy of thia order be published once a week for
three week? in the Evening Star, previoue to the
said 24tb day of September, lim.
Test: Z. C. ROBB'NS,
sep2-law3w*_Register of Wills.
MAP OF RICHMOND AND SURROUNDING
eo an try, ?bowing rebel fortifications: 50 cents,
? FRAN UK TA?L0B,
D
JOEMmO?,
lALTlIIORB
_ LOOK HOSPITAL.
OFFICI HO. 7 SOUTH FRBDBRICB BTBBJBTB
THE ONLY ? H TEI O IAN ADV*RTtaiN9
?as discovered tbe most Certain. Speedy, an?
Effectual Besaedv la tbe worl4 for
DISEASES OF IMPRUOBNOB.
Metis/ in Sim Brntrsl N? Tr\fUn?l
Persone Raine? by Ignorant Pretenders, or by
Deadly Poison. Mercury, should apply
immediately.
A COMB WARRANTED OR NO ??????)
IN FROM ONE TO ? WO DA TS.
_ Weakness of the Back, Involuntary Disehnrfewi
Btrieture?, Affection? of the Kidneys and Bladder.
Irnro'ten v. Cenerai Debility, Nervonaneae, Dy??
pep??. Languor. Low Spinta. Confusion of Ideas.
Palpitation of tbe Heart, Timidity. Trembling;,
Diurne?? of 8igt>t or Giddineaa. Diaeaa? of the Head,
Tnroat, Noee, or Skin. Affectiona of the Liver,
Lungs. 8toraaeh or Bowels-the?e Terrible Dteor?
der? arising from 8olitary Habita of Youth?th?
eteasT and solitary practice more fatal to their
Viet,,,,? than th? ??. r fir#fts to th? ,ne>r|Ber, el
*'*rV,f,v,--intlBg their moat brilliant hopea o?
anuc.petioBa, tendering marriage. A?.. Tmposnte
?0??9 MEN
Especially, who have become the vietimi Of Soli
tary > ice, that ? read fol and deatructive babl Which
annually sweep? to an untlro-ly ?rave thonaanda of
Tonrtg Men or the most exal'ed talent and brilliant
intellect, who might otherw,?e have entranced lis
tening Senates with the tbuniera af ?loquenoe or
waked to extacy the living lyre, may call with fall
confidence
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
or BliTnr., uik hi ??????.?! i u?er, raipitatio
the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervoc? Irritability De
rangement of toe Digeetive Function?. Cenerei
Debility,Symptome or Consumption, Ac.
Mentality.?The fearful enVete on the mind are
much to b* dreaded?Losa of Memory. Oonfusie?
of Ideas. Depression of Spirits Evil Forsbodiag?,
Averaioo te Society. Self-distrust, Love of Boll?
tad?. Timidity. **MARR1AQK
Married Persons, or yoang men oontomplstlng
marriage .aw are of Physical Weakness, Organi?
Debility, Wasting of the Organa, Deformities, Ae.?
ah?.old apply immediately.
He who places himself nnder tbe car? of Dr. J.
may religioaaly confide in hia honor as a gen
tl.'nian, and confidently rely upon hie skill as a
Physician.
OBGANIO W1AKNB88, IMPOTBNOY IMPBBX
MJCNTS TO MARRIAGB
Ry Dr. Johnston's marvelous treatment. Weak?
nesa of the Organa la speedily cured, and full vigor
reatered. Thousand? of the most nervona, debili
tated and impotent, who had lost all hope, bar?
been immediately relieved.
All impedimenta to marriage, Physical or Mestai
Disqualifications, Loaa of Procreative Power, Nef
?ona Irritability, Tremblings, and Weakneaa, or
Exhaustion of th? most fearful kin?, speedily
cure?.
DR. JOHNSON
Member of the Boyal College of Surgeona, Loa
don. Graduate from one of the meat eminent Oel
legea ia the United State? and the greater part of
whose life has been spent in the hoapitala of Lon
don, Paris,Philadelphia and elsewhere,baa affecte?
some of the moat astonishing cures that were eve?
known; many troubled witb ringing in the head
and eara when asleep.great nervouaneas.be alarmed
at andden sounda, tiaahfulnes?, witb frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with ??rangement
ef mind, were cured immediately.
YOUNQ MEN
?ho have Injured themselves by a certain praetfoe
Indulged in when alone?a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at echool, the effeots ot
which are nightly felt, even when asleep, and, if
not cured, render? marriage Impoasible, an4 de
stroys both mind and bedy, should applv inmedi?
ately.
What a pity that a yenne man, the bop? of bla
country and darling of bla parente, abould be
snatched from all the prospecta and enJo,ymenta ?yf
life by the consequence of deviation from the path
of nature and indulging in a certain aecret habit.
Sueb persons must, before contemplatine
MARRIAGE
reflect that a sound mind and body are th? moflt
neceasary requisites to promote connubial happl
neaa indeed. Witaout these the Journey through
life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the preapsct
hourly darkens to the view- the mind become?
shadowed witb despair and filled with the melaa?
eholy reflectiona that tbe happiness of another li
blighted with onr own.
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary ot
Rleasure fiada he has imbibed tbe aeedaof this pain?
il diaease. it often happens that an ill-timed sense
of ahameor dread of discovery detera him from ap
plying to those whe, from edacatiun and respecta
bility can alone befriend him. He falle iato th?
hands of ignorant and designing pretender?, who,
incapable Ofenring, filch his pecuniary an batano?,
keep him trifling month after month, or aa long a?
the smallest fee can be obtained, and in despair
leave him with mined health to aigp over hia gall
ing disappointment; or, by the use of that deadly
poison, Mercaryxhasten the constitutional symp
t?me of this terrible disease, euch as Affectiona of
the Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, etc., progressing
with frightful rapidity until death puts an end to
hia dreadful suffering? by sending him to that un
discovered country from whose bourne no travele.
re turne.
OFFICE 7 80?TB FREDERICK STREBT,
left band side going from Baltimore atreet, a fe?
doors from the corner. Fail not to observe name
and number.
bVNo letters reeeived unies? pest-paid and eon?
taining a stamp to be need on the repiy. Person?
writing ?honld state age, and send portion ot ad
vertisement deacribing symptoms,
Ts? Dr.'s Diploma kanes tu Ata Q?Wt.
INDORSEMENT OF THE PRESE.
The many thousand cured at this establishment
Within the last twenty years, and the numerous
Important Surgical Operations performed by Dr.
Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of "The Sun*'
and many other papers, notices of which have ap
Cfared again and again before the public beside?
ia standing as a gentleman of character ana re
sponsibility, ia a sufficient gu?rante? to th? f
fiictod.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED
Ja?-lr_
OBOBBT DI8BABBS I SECRET DISBA8B8
8 ? ? A ? I TAN '8 GIFT
SAMARITAN'S T????
THE MOST CBBTAIN BBMBDY BVBB UEBD
"??, A Positiv? Cure" for
GONORHOiA, (JLBEt, S s HIC TORES, mit
Contains no Mineral, no Balsam, no Mercury.
Only Ton Pills to be Taken to Effect m Owt*
They are entirely vegetable, having no amell no:
any nnpleaaant taste, and will net. in any way in
jure the atomacb or bowela of the moat delicate.
Corea in from two to four days, and recent cased
In "twenty-four hours." Prepared by a graduate
of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the most
eminent Doctors and Chemists of the present day,
BO BXPOpCR?. KO TROUBLE, so ?HilOI WH1TITII,
Let those who htve despaired of getting cur??,
or who have been gorged with Balsam Oopavia, er
Mercury, try the _ _ _.
SAMARITAN'S GIFT.
Sent by mail in a plain envelope.
Price?Male packages, fa. Female fS.
BLOODI BLOOD11 BLOOD11
SCROFOLA, ?LO?Ka, SORES, SPOT*
TETTERS, SCALES, BOILS, SYPHILIS
OR VENEREAL DISEASES, etc
SAMARITAN'S MOOT AND HERB JUICE
I?offered the publie se a positive oura.
SYPHILIS OR YENEREAL DISEASES, th? SA
MARITANO BOOT AND HERR JUICB. ia the
moat potent, certain and effectual remedy ever
prescribed; it reaches and eradieatea every partiel?
of tbe venereal poison, so that tuecure is thorough
and permanent. Take then of th is purifying reme
dy and be healed, and do not transmit to your pos
terity that for ?hich yon may repent in after year?
DO NOT DESPAIR I
Although you may be pronounced Incurable, tb?
SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICES
?ill remove every vestige of impurities from th?
system, as well as all th? bad effects of Mercury
FEMALE81 FBMALB8 11
In many affections ?1th ?hich number? of Pe
rnales euffer, te ROOT AND HERB JCI0B8 I?
moat happily ?dapted, In Ulcerated Uterua, la
Whites, in bearing down. Falling ef the Womb
Debility, and for all complaints incident to the BBS,
Sent by express. Price ?1 a bottle, or ? bottle?
for Be.
SAMARITAN'S OHANCRB WASH.
Price 2* cents. Full directions.
DESMOND A CO., Box li 1 Philadelphia Fort
Office. _
Sold by B. C ALYERT FORD, corner ef 11th aa?
Fa. avenue. _
HBNBY COOK. Alexandria._may ?-tf
Y CONFIDENTIAL.
OUNG MEN ?ho have Injured themselves by
certain secret habits which unfit them for busi nesa,
pleasure, or the duties of married life; also middl?
aged or old men ho, from the follies of youth or
other causes, fe?; a debilito in advance of their
years, before placing themselves nnder the treat
ment of any one, ehonld first read 'TUE 8BCRBT
FRIEND.'f Married Ladiea will learn something
of importance by perusing "The 8eoret Friend."
Sent to any address, in a sea'-d envelope on re
eeipt of Twer t y five Cento. Address
. ' _ Db. CHA8. A. STBWABT M CO.
_?el4-lr_ _ Boston. Ma??_
TBIB8EMAR? Protected by Royal Letters Fat?
?nt of England, and secured by the seals of th?
Ecole de Pharmacie de Paris, and the Imperial
College of Medicine. Vienna.
Triesmar No. 1 is the effectual remedy for Relax
ation, Spermatorrhoea, and Exhaustion of the Bye
torn. Triesmar No. S has entirely supersede? the
nauseous nee of Oopavia, Cubebe. Ac. Triesmar
No. 3 is the infallible remedy for all Imparities an?
Secondary Symptome, thua obviating the use of
mercury and all other deleterious Ingredients.
Bach preparation ia in the form of a most agree
able Losange. Secured from effect? of climate ana
changes of atmosphere, In tin cases, at S3 each, or
fonr S3 cases in one for $9. and in 8*7 oases, the?
?avine $9. Divided in ??parate doses aa ad minis
tered by val pean. Sallemande, Reni,Ac-, Ac
Wholesale and retail by Dr. BARROW, Ho. 19?
Bleecker atreet. Ne? York. _ _ ??? _ ___
To be had aleo of 8. 0. FO??. Be. ?????????
eorner 11th etreet. _Btara-6ai*
pense-to Issue.free.(for the benefit of raffe rlna
humanity, ? fonr of their moat instructive and in
teresting Lectures on Marriage and its ?nallfloa
tiona Nervona Debility, Premature Deoline, In
digestion. Weakneaa. De prensi?n, or ignoran?? of
Physiology an? Nature'? Law These invaluable
lectures have been the means of enlightening and
saving thousands,ami will be forwarded free on th?
receipt of four stamps, by addressing Sterttaru
Pandan Cabinet of JmmmWM ???? Mmiiems, ?<>*
Bread way. ? ew York_s52= -
T1BH WANG. THE T???? CH?NESE
hSMLEDY/or GONORRH(BA,eL.BET,
Etc. 0?? Boa will ruaros? a Ot'*? ?
Ingredients are purely vegetable. It U
- . pleasant to the taste, has oo be? odor, and
may be carried in the veat Boeket without sea? of
detection. Circulars freo. Prieefl abo*: 8o~PI
JOHN J. RROMER. sacceeaort.? R. C. Uphsm. 4 08
Chestnut ??.,Phlleper?,hia, ea? io Washiagto? by
?. 0. ?O?. 8?e faserl-v-Baia BWie?. ??"?.?F
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