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?OFFICIAL. War Ocfwfmrnl, A-hnto.nl Qtneral't Office, ) WanKinjjton, Inlv IS, IMH. $ tpecuil Order?, Atf. -241? rE\tr*ct l # * * 1 Tbe following ofllora are hereby laaetered cot of the eervioe of the Vaited 8t*tee Brigadier (J?u. John II. Koba.t Waru, U.S. Volunteers. Army officers who may be reports as Aidet* de Camp toeitber of them, will join tfceir re giment* without delay. ?** ?* -*?*# By order of the President of the United Utatee K. D. Townpe^d, Assistant Adjutant Qeneral. Otficla) R. Williams, Assistant Adjutant General. I I N E W STOK K a> iv .siour: IHAJTB A M War Vtj: *r:mt Adjutant Itenerant Office, ) Washington, Nov. 21, 1**64. C The following officer*, having been reported at the headquarters of the army fortheoffenoee hereinafter specified, are hereby no tided that they witt stand dismissed the service of the United State*, unless, within fifteen days from this date, they appear before the Military Ooamission, in session in this ci'v, of which Brig Gen. John C. Caldwell, U'ulted States volunteers, is president, and make satisfactory defence to the charges against them : Abtencc v'ilhoal Captain J. C. Battersby, 1st New York cav alry. First L.ientenant John Beadle, iu?th New Tort volunteers. E U. Townhknu, Assistant Adjutau'.Generfil. W*r DefartmeAdjutant 'ion^raVs Offic, I Wtixkington, Xovtmb. r 21. l*l?l. \ Li^otensDt It VV Jones, Stst Ohio volun teers, charged with offenses, and heretofore published, is exempt from being; dismissed the ? er*ice of the I 'niled States, the Milit irv Com missicn instituted by Special Orders, No 51, ?erle? of IM>3, from tbe War Depar'.men", tiav Irg reported that sati afajtory def-nse his ueen made in his case. E. I> Towssbnd Assistant Adjutant. General. IV ar l''f irtment% Adjutant nrr.W> Ofi< *,) WastongUrii, yorernt>er *JI, I-01. ^ The official publication of Second lieutenant E. B. Humphrey, jjth U. S. Infantry, for fail ing to report at. i;ii Mimati, Ohio, as ordered. Is hereby recalled, evidence having been fur nished tbi" offi.e of the decease of that officer on the tth ul'imo E I> Towd^ind, Assistant Adjutant General. War D'purinttnt, Adjutant General's Office., H ashingt' n, I). C., Nov. 21, Wil. Captain Henry C. Gapen, loth United States infantry, having been reported at tbe head quarter* of the araoy for failing to report at Cincinnati. Ohio, as ordered, is hereby notified that he will b<? recommended for disims-al from the tervice of thel'nited States, unless, within fifteen (15) day* from this date, n?s ap pears before the Military Commission in ses >ion in this city, of which Brigadier General Caldwell, United States volunteers, ts presi dent, .ind maii-s satisfactory defence tj tb-* charges againai him. E. I) Town9hni>, Assistant Adjutant (JeuerAl. Frkak-4 or THK ARISTOCRu v- 4 H-irwi't DaughUr y.lofrt wtfh a <iard>n> r.? An elopement extraordinary took place a sport lime ago?'tie lovely and accomplished daughter of a wealthy baronet leaving her father s house in th" dead of night, under the protection oi her fatner's gardener, to whom s-oe was married on the following morning At a hotel not a bnudred miles from Clifton, a very common looking man, supposed to be the lady's serv aiit.er.g lged room* for a lady, and when that laoy arrived various were the whispers and surmises that this man might be ber husband. However, so it proved; and the father being appealed to in vain, this interesting couple were soon almost in h state of starvation The people of the hotel, however, were very kind, and, feeling tu interest in the lady, they n??d their in fl u> nee, and at length succeeded iu getting t he husbacd Into the police, where as uight police man Le was too tbaukfnl toearn his guinea a week ? Court Journal Military Ext< ltion.? In accordance with general orders, i^M.ed by General Burbridg*. commanding I)l? rict of Kenti' k>. on Sunday aturnooL five guerrilla- were -hot to death,a* HeLder6on, in retaliation for the murder of Union men in that vicinity. Three of :j v tlms were bm'tiers, n:'med Horton, the others Forest and Fry. The Horton brothera and For?-9tvere arrested in Evansviile some time s*o. Th*y were an unprincipled set of men. having been engaged in numerous robberies along the Ohio river. Atter their arrest, they broke jail a1 Evansviile, and afterwards were captured m Kentucky with arms in th?*ir hands. The place of execution wns about one mile above Henderson. The exe u'iouers consisted of a detachment of n-gro foldiers. The tive doomed mm fell at the first fire, most of them *bot through the head or heart.?vill* Jwmal. Hobruile ?In the Police Cour. at Ch ago, Monday morning, a wretched woman named Bridget Silver was accused of rbeawfn! crime of debasing fcer little danghter, ajed n ne years, lijr money. The evidence in the case was ?o clear that the nnna'ural parent was fl ied 825, and sent to :be Krideweti for a term ot nicety days. The child was removef fo 'h Cttholic Asy lum to rf'.-eive the care which her condition reqn res. The penal'v f >r tbt? off. n^e should e imprisonment for life. 9 A fall f.>-?ertCTent of JUBN/TT KK. CAHPKTf", OIL CLOTHE. MATTING?. HC1'!1, \ . COM! ORTf*. BLANRlTg, 1 EATUKR LKP?i. PILLOWS ARD BOLgTIR.-. MATTRB??E? CROCK 1RT. GLAP8W ARB. WIN IM)W 8n ADKf?. TABLI COVKKt?, conceivable article toat i? necus'iry Id the P jn?ek?' pt'ijc line, at ibe New ?tore, No .JBV 1N TU STKKBT, Betwki.n G asd H bTaxicTj, Iast 8n>? He pg just retnrned from th? North with an iirii. stock of lioids. I would rMi-^sctfTiiiy ctil Wis attention of the c tizeo* and tho^e about fur bwhiue tu n y stock *>t New Goods, wrtich wa? pur ck??-d before the la'?- adv?cc? in no-1 and waich 1 ?ill ?el| at pri^-s tb?t cannot fail to p!'?<e. W? rh?r/? nothing for sbowins our <?o<> t? anl f??l contidebt that when teen th>*y will ?h11 thcra ?elvee. it. HCCU1.Y, 40t. Tth street, b?-tw??-o G hiiI H, JT-'r Ten doors above the Old Stan 1. 1? I'OKTaNT TU V K MA LK^-Ijh Cll K K** B k- AN 8 i'lLLt*?Tb? c< mbioa ion w murf dients >o tbene Fills is the result of a Ion* and en? n*i?e practice. Tb?y are mild in th?ir op^ra *ion and ?rtainin correcting all irr^gulariti^e, painful mei>truatiins, removiog all obstructions, wbt ther froiti c*>l<l or oth^r <*au?es. hsadaoht*. pain in thr sia^ palpitation of the heart, whites all n?rvoo? atf^iti'jn*. by"terifs, fatigue, p?iu in the back ar> i iiubs a e.. dieturhed-l^sp, whirb ariKe fmu interruption of na'ure. l>r. Cbeeseman's Pills ?a?tbe 'jminenceuient i>f anew <*r% in ihe tr< atrnent of th* ?e irr^ealarities und o??tracti -ns. wb rh b?r? coteigned so m*sy to a premature grav*. No female can enjoy good health anU-s ? lie is regular, an* ?b'D?T?r an obstructiontak^s ?lacs tbe general health benitis to decline Dr. Ch?e*?ma>''? Hill-*re the moat eftcctuai rutnsdy #v,r l<D'>?u for all c tnplainte peculiar to femaVs To a!! ? lan-es thsj are invaluable, indD""inc. with rertain'y, periudii al regu'ari y. Thev a'e known to tbounodi. who have u?*d them at dirtereat pe riod* throo sbnut the country, ba*ing tbu sanction of ?onie at in? ru .at etiiiuent ph>niciau? in Amsri ca Aitli^lt dir> < tions, stating when the) ahoaid not be osrd, with each box; th? price, one dollar rpr b<'i, conlainlug fr?tra fill to riO pill*. Pills ?^ut y n ait proirpt!., hy remitting to the proprigtors ?oH *>7 Urrgxi'*'' ?^n?rally. HUTCHING^ A 111 I.LYBR Proprietors, not 2 I'l*itWat "?1 Cedar street. New York. 369^ n iSn snuBir 369 AUCTION GOODS. GRKAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I W? hr-T* ;ist r?-eivei from the N^w Y'orH auc tions a lot of carpets. whi?-b wo are ??IHi-g tiftr P- r cent, less than for nirr ?ri<?a WUlIK an i COI <i RID b!. A N K ETf, v?ry chtrap, i?,?? tan'1-.ii KKD C<*MKuKr- whith ws p.ir X ?h*?ed dn rjjig th? r?c*ut de dine in tbe prices ot good*, which eiab'sx us to offer th?;n at bar f? IOS. r b"f ' T"d P onda pile<. ligKSE CKATHEas. TheM) !t\-h^r* ar? ( p . Montgomery couu.y, Md . at t nf pi 1 mr .,Tltrv Lar???' 'l^^Tt HK.OrtDOKKHY GI,AS8, WOODKN and WlLL4|^r WAKkl in the cjty u ivmrz, a Gr.ffi'h. t.r i i?t ICbrwni -leJ 3?i1l 7th ?t n?,rl BOOTM AND 8H0KS ~~~ T? ^UIT TBI TiM*a Wi mJe now manotaoturim all kiu'laof Bin) rs aod rfU Jktt. and win?tanl> rvcei?iog % nnp pi? of I viern w?rll tiot,. ciasr ?'xpr^K*l? to order, and will >>?l lu'd ?' a mu'-n !..wsr i rice than ha* h?w? hsrrt?forc 'barged in tbi* city far much inferior ? tlicl**. Per?oo? :u want of H<>t)TH and gllORM of Ba*teru or 0i'? nikd^ work . will a'wafa Ind a go^<l aetori m? nt to tUw and a?th-lowrst prions, (im o?a call. OBI Vr IN 3t BKOTIIBH, ap ft tf P?on ??? ?n>. BlfU'Al HO(?Ke ~ Dr uitt'a 8arger?; Daltous Pb y?ioiog?; Puugisog'a Medical DiC'ionary; Ursprr " fby* olo^y, kil>ia' IIcdical Pormulary; F.riebsen'o SurgT*; L"df<'w'? M?"Ual of K^ani1 nation"; Nf'.ll A *mith'? Compendium; Tboinas Prononrcli* Medical Di"'ionary: t?rsr'? Au-a ?otry: Wtv 4?' Practice. 3 tele.; Woods'Ther ? "5?* 2 FRANCE TAYLO* PERSONAL. i^R. LION. ?-e Office 414 r?nn'??T?n!if, , , betwetn 4.S, and 6th streets, ? e*r<?>n 1 eure,of OONORRH H A, 2V?B^B,0??0^S*,>HILI8,8T'R!OTORE,SBMl INFLAMED BLAC'DKR, iftfc*T?tt#?P?S5*a810N UK THE M K <JSK8. rinliti 2JJHJt.i'UNu8- UVE1, KIDNEYS, AND SPLEEN: BORE RYU, BORli THROAT, aCM?C. HaTinghad many years experience in the prac tice or thosethe doct jr bide detian:e to all competition in their treatment and care. <Jj " c*'?* of venereal disease* caret in t?w or two day*. Ladies and (?>tUm?n can consult him at hi* office from 9 to 4 o'clock dally- "old l?n" MRS BROOK PI ELE^ ef Kansas, ean be con sulted on the Pa?t,Present and Future events, at her roam. on the northwest earner of 4th and L (it*. She has studied anier one of th? most cele brated Astrologers of the ace. She guarantees ?atisfactien to all these who may give ner h call. She can be >e?Q from a a. m. to 9 p.m. Price one dollar. sepaaim* MRS. L. SMITH, with her extraordinary powers to describe your living and dead friend h, (ire the a amen of both, tella character, the fature, ex? amines all kind* diseases, wiVl give sittings at 349 4th street, Ave doors above I street. Roam from V) till 8 p. m. Circle Wednesday evenings. s28 2m* CLOTHING. TBI MOST POPULAR CLOTH I NO H0U81 IB SMITH, BR08. k CO., 40 West Baltimore street, Baltimore. SMITH, BROS. A. CO., Clotbiera and Merchant Tailors, 40 Wett Baltimore street. The Bon Ton Merchant Tailors, Ho 40 West Baltimore St., Baltimore. Mi. N. B. Goods of all descriptions at reasonable prices. Wasnlngtonianscaa save M per cent, by retting their Clouting made at SMITH, BROS. k. CO . 40 West Baltimore street. The best and cheapest Clothing House in the country is SMITH. BROS k CO , 4 0 West Baltimore street. MARBLE HALL CLOTHING HOUSE. 40 West Baltimore ot., Baltimore, Md. Persons in Washington can save 20 per cent, by buying their Clothing of BMITH, BROS, k CO., 40 West Baltimore street. Our Washington customers ean Bod the best stock of Clothing in the country?eve<7 article ?ponged?at SMITH. BROS. A CO., 40 West Baltimore street. The leading Clothing House of Baltimore offers the finest stork of Clothing in the country. SMITH, BRO* * CO , Marble Hall, 40 West Baltimore street. Do not fail to come to SMITH, BROS. CO. to get your Clothing. 40 West Baltimore street. The pla?e where everybody gets suited. SMI I H, BROS. & CO., 40 West Baltimore street. The en)y bou^e in Baltimore or Washington that spouge all their Gooa*. SMITH, BROS. Sc CO., 40 West Baltimore r.reet. All Discharged Soldiers in Washington are eflered a discount of Id per cent by baying of an. SMITH, BROS. ? CO , 40 West Baltimore street. Discharged Boldiera can nave twenty dollars en a Suit by bay ing of SMITH, BROS, k 00 . 40 West Baltimore et., Baltimore, M i. It will pay all to come to Baltimore to buy your CLOTHING. SMITH. BROS k CO. Merchant Tailors and Clothiers. Be sure and come to SMITH, BROS, k CO., Marble Hall Clothing House, 40 West Baltimore street, to get your Fall and Winter Clothing. SMITH BPOB. k CO., Merchant Tailors and Clothiers, 40 West Baltimore street. Peg top PANT8, French and Saglish WALKING ' COATS. Peltoe's I'.ncy and plain BACKS; also, the new style SACKaTKL, the prettiest coat oat. All in endless varieties at SMITH, BROS, k CO '8 Popular Msrbie Hall Clothing House, 40 West Baltimore street. Sep 24-3m LAND SALES. By TUB PRESIDENT O THB UNITED STATES, FOR TH1C 8 * LE OF V A LC ABLE L ANDS IN TTIE LATH WINNEBAGO INDIAN RESERVATION IN MINNESOTA* In pursuance of law, T, ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Presidant of the United States of America, do hereby declare and make kDown that public sales will be held in the un*l?-r-meutioned Land Office, in the State of Minnesota, at the periods herein* after designated. t? wit: At the Land Office at St Peter. Commencing on MON DAY. the fifth day of December next, for the disposal of the pnblic lauds comprised in toe late reserve for the Winnebago Indians, above men tioned. and sitnate<l in tbe follo'iag part* of town'bips. which will he sold at tbe appraised value of the lands and the improveuwn trtnereon. vii: JVorrA uf the bo'e lin> and ?e?'t of the A f:/i pi mi pal In township 1"6. range 24 15.W.94 ac res In township 1?7, range 24.,, , . . 5.4o5.44 In township 1"6, range 2S 15 251.34 In township VfJ. range 25 17 In township leg, range 26.? ? 277.81 A schedule particularly describing the individ ual tracts, with the appraised value per acre, will be open for inspection at the District Land Offices hi Minnesota. The offering of the above lands will be com menced <*n the day appointed, and will proceed, in the order designated in the above-mentioned schedule, and consecutively by tewnsbips. as here in advertised, until the whole shall have been offered, and the sala thus closed ; bnt tbe an'e shall not fee kept open longeTth&n two weeks and no pri vate entry of any of the lands will be ad mitted until after the ex pi ration of the two weeks. Given un?<er my hand, at the city of Washing ton, this 23d day of Augnst. Anno Domini oae thousand eight hundred and sixty fonr. ABRAHAM LINCOLN By the President: J08 8 WILSON, Acting Commissioner of tbe General LacdOfflcO. NOTICE TO ACTUAL BONA PI DE SETTLERS? PRE EMPTORS In the third section of the a<-t of Congress, ap rrovvd 21st of February. I^.l Statutes, volume 12, rage 65H, op-ning to sale the Winnebago R-serva ion. it is stipulated that before any person shall be entitled to enter any portion of the fail land*, by pre empMon or oth?rwi?e. previous to their exposure to sale to the highest bidder at public outcry, he stall become an actual bona 9Ie j settler thereon, and shall conform to all the regulations now provided by law in case* of pre emptien. aid shall pay, within the term of one 1 year from the date of the settlement, the full appraised value of the lands and the improvements tnereon. Now. in order that all sn^h bona-fide, actnal settlements may be secured to the several pre emptors, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that they mast come forward and file their afllda vita, designntiog '.he particular tracts on which the* may he actually settled, giving tbe date of such actual settlement, and, before the expiration of one year trom such dare, the several pre-emption claim* must he entafelisbed before the Register arid Receiver, according to tbe requirements of the pre emption laws, and fn'l payment male thereon, according to tbe full affixed, appraised value of the lands and improvements thereon. 1st. In all su<*b esse* where the year any not ?lapse before the commenoement of the public sale, such bona tide actnal settlements ma? aud are he-eby ordered t?? be excluded from the publia ?ale. 2d. In all pre eraption caces in which the year may expire before tne commencement of the pub lic sale tbe patties must estabtish and pay up for their claims, otherwise all tracts ia this class will be offered to the highest hi lder, under the forego ing proclamation, yet with ihe stipulation that at such public sale the price must not be for a less sum than for the appraised value JOS. S WILSON, an JO-lawlSw Acting Commissioner. rpREASURY DEPARTMENT, A OrriOK or Comm hoi.i kb er thk Gurkeiot w. Washington, October 4. I&>4. ?v H?**. k* ?*tisfactor> evidence presented to tbe undersigned, it has been maoe to appnar that Jhc Plaiionui bunk oj the Alrirupolis, in lae Citu uf ?remiaftea. in tn? county of W<xshm*ion%n<\ Dm trici 0; ls>.arri',ia, has been duly organised under and according to the requirements of the act of Congress entitlel ' An act to provide a National Currency, secured by a pledge of United States bonds, and provide for the circulation and re demption thereof.''approved June J. ww.and has complied with all the provitsious of said act re quired to be er.a plied with belore commencing the business of banking under said act - Now,therefore, I. Hugh McCalleck.Comptroller of tbe Currency, d > hereby Certify that 1 fit iVa Bank cf the M'tropclix, io the City q( Wash in the c?unty of Waih'ntion a> J bistnciaf ( oluvihia. is authorised to commence the business ? f Banking under the act aforesaid In te*timory whereof, witne-s my band and seal Of office lhis/o?r'A day of Otichtr, |gi,4 11-B.J HUGH MoCUNLOCK, oc6 dft't Comptroller of the Currency. WEA KlNGb AND NAVAL HEROES London" C Allen e l.i'eot Dundonald, London Dixon's Life ot B'nke, London hLi^wrrck s and Lmasters at Sea. London Lives of British Admirals, Londcn (tiLj's t" hi 1. wrecks of the British Navy, London NcptuLe s Ueroea, Loudon Cooper s Naval lit. grttpby 8outhe> s Life of Nelson, London Coopei s Nsval History Memoir of Admiral Brenton, London Memoirs of Admiral Sir Sidney Smith, 2 toll, London Memoir- of Admiral de Paumarer.. 2 vols., London Life and Correspondence of Admiral Napier, 1 vols..londin _ , ? ? Ni?.b?las' History oftke Royal Navy,2 vols., Lon don , _ . TAYLOR. M 1_nF/7vVr,, M A H U R *. TBE kept AMU CD BAP EST MANURE IN T 0 UNITED STATES. M!J?nrVatr?!fBr,'hfcV,n? oontraotod fortll t* H Gh4t?r'l.Po,"t' ^ 0 ????<?* VEHSJCLB WANTED 4ddres? No 3S0 E hrM< Washl??t?? 6IE8BORO POINT WH Afflp ' ^ * aaM-tf JOHN PETTIBOMN 4 00. PROPOSALS. pioroMLa kjj a loam. Tmup?t Nnifiimjtir ?. UU Settee fcfa?r?by *lvea tkat ra*a?rl?tto?* wtll te roeeived by the Tnwuir of t*?U?ited gtatee. the several A<?i?uit Trtwarer? u4 Designated 9*fO?ltnri?ii udkyth*Ilitlnul Rank* designated ad oalHled as Depositaries and Klaaacial A#enta' or Treaeary Ifotea payable Ur?? yean from August lfi, 18M. bearta* Interest at tk? rat* af w>N and three-tenths per ?eat. per wnn, with aemi aasual oeupons attached, payable la Lawful P Tkeee notes will be e?nvertibla at the option ot the holder at maturity, into sis per eent. ?*,d iMlh! bende, redeemable after ?ve and payabla twenty year#from August IB. 1S67. The Notes will be iiened ia the deaemlaation ? o ?fty. oae b Bad red, *ve hundred, one thousand an Bve thousand dollars. and will be issued in blank, or payable to order, aa may be directed by the rtb ?irlhiffl All gobeerf?tioB mart be for fifty dollar*, ?* .->me?itiniple of fifty dollar*. ? ^ _ ^Duplicate cartiflcaUe will be l???d for all depoa !tee The party depositing mast eadoree upon tha pr,*?aaJoertHlcatetha denomination of netee re paired. and whether they are to be issued in blank or payable to order. When so endorsed It mast be left with the officer receiving the depoeit, to be forwardod thie Department. The notes will be transmitted to the owners free Of transportation charges as saon after the reeeipd of the orirtatl Oertiflcat ea of Depoeit aa they can be prepared. . . ? Interest will be allowed to Aufurt U on all deposits made prior to that date, and will be paid by the Department ape? receipt of the original certificates. As the notes draw interest from August 16. p?r ?on? making d^ponitt to that date must pay the interest accrued from date ot note to date of deposit. Parties depositint twenty thousand dollars and npwards for thee* notes at any one time will be allowed a commission of one-quarter of one per cent., which will be paid by this Department upon the receipt of a bill for the amount, certifl-d to by the officer with whom the deposit was raa'e. No deductions for eommissiens must be m?^j .rom he deposits. Officers reeelvfn* deposits will see .hat the proper endorsements are ma'la upon the original eertifleates. All officers authoritod to reoeiva deposits are requested to give to applicants all desired informa tion. and afford every facility for mal111ng sub scriptions. W. P. FE88EN DEN, jy j6-tf Secretary of the Treas ury, R0P08ALS FOB WRAPPING PAPER AND TWIN*. Post Office Dkpartmut, i Oc.tober 22, 11 ?t. \ Sealed Proposals will be received at this Depart ment until the *th day of Desember next, at 12 o clock . noon, for famishing WRAPPINO PAPER AND TWINE, for the use of the Prst Offices in the United States, for on<> year from and alter the 31st Jay of De^ea b*lhe*h?id articles are to be da'i?er^d, free ot or pense. at the Blank Agenciet of the Post Office De partment at Washington, D. 0., New York city, and Buffalo, N. 7, , , , The estimated qaantity of each article, and the quality thereof required at each Agency, yearly, are specified below. Diitrii't No. 1, at Wn.<h'itztoHs I),C. 2 "0? reams of Wrapping PapT, 2" by inches In ** size, of material and quality fully equal to that now in use in the Department, and to weigh 22 pounds to the ream, and eacn ream to contain ?' perfect quires, JO reams of the same kind of Tap?r. 26 by 4?i inches id site, and to weigh pounds to the reanr C.'On p> nndaof Jato. or other suitable Twine, hard twisted, and iu halls, to weigh one pound each, or abont that. ? _ , , 2.0fo pounds of coarse Tlemp Twine, about one eighth of an inch in diameter, we.l twisted, in balls, to weigh from I it te 2 pounds each. JJtstrift Mo. 2 York Cay 12 000 roams of Wrapping Paper, 'imilar to that ' described in the t-stirnate of Oistrict No. 1. 2tfl reams or' Wrapping Paper, similar to that de scribed for District No 1. If.<00 pounds of Jute, or other Twine, simitar to that tirst described for District No 1. 10,'-?0 pounds of coarse Hemp Twine, similar to that of the second description Jor District No 1 Dxitrtrt So 1, Buffalo. JV. 1, I0,0f0 Teams of Wrapping Pap*r. similar to th&t first named for District No. 1# 3i] reams ef Wrapping Paper, similar to that last named for said District _ , 10,ko pound? ef Juto, or oth?r Twine, similar to that of the tir?t description for District No 1. TjivQ p<ii,nds of coarse Heinp Twine, similar to that of the second description for s*id District. Proposals will be rec>*i*ed for raoh articlo sspa rat?-ly,and separately for each District, or for the wl>0le. . .. .. Th? contract or contract* will he awarded to tha lowest and best bidder, to be determined aft-r a careful for tb? pnrpos^ of a?cer;a o ing which bid will, in its practical results, De most advantageous to the Departm'-nt. If the Districts should b? recoos'mcted, or in creased in cumber, or any o' them ai-contm ied, the articles sha'l he deii*ered at snch place or places as the Postmaster General shall designate,it pro rata prices. _ . .. And the Postmaster General reserves to himself the privilege of in ?reasiug or reducing the q'ikq tity of the articles required, if it shall be found necesssry to do so. . . . . 8?mpies of such arf.cl-* M are now furrnshod ran be fte^D at either ot the above-named Ag?ra ci?.g Bidder* wi'l sord ?amplo? of suchartirle*) astl ey propose to furnish with their bids. Each bidder mutt furnish, wi'.h his nroposais, guaranties of his ability to comply with his bid: and a cer -ideate from his nearest P?>stmast?r. that such guarantors are credihle aud reliable citizens, must also accompany hia pr?0"sais. . Two eufficient sureties will bo rO'iuir*-d -o a con ^rFaiiures'o furni?h the articles contractod for, promptly or the furnishing of artic es of an ute nor quality to tho?e contrasted for, will be con sidered a sufficient chum) for the forfeiture of tha contri-ct. , ... ., Bids not made in nccordau^a with these propo sals will not he considered. Proposals mo?' be marked on the outside or the envelope with the name of the article or articles proposed for. and ihe letter containing tHui ad dressed to the First A?siBtant Washington, D. 0. ? W. URnMBON. oc 26 lawtjw Postma-ter General. DROPOSALS FOR MAIL BAGS Post Offip* Di:pa*t*?nt, ? Wash:;*'.Toa. D. O., Oct. H, 844.\ Sealed Proposals will be received at this Devsrt ment until 9 o'clock a m., the twenty second day of NoT<*m^r tor 'ut isbi Qt*, during the pe riod from the first day of December to the th rti#?th of Juno, J.tyv5, quant.ties of tae fol lowing kind of MAIL BAGS a* may lrom time to time be required ai d ordered, to wit: JUTS CAN V AS MAIL SACKS, Of size No 1, (43 inches in 'ensftb and h2 inches in circumferense; of site No. I, (II in:he8 io lougth and W inches in circumferouco;) antl of site No. i. (32incheein 1-sngih anl 3d inches in circunifer ence ) , The sacks of size No. 1, are to ba made of closely woven Jute Canvas, w-i^hiDg uot less than it ounces to the yard uf 31i? inches in wilth; the earns of the warp to be oa^b doubled and twisted, and to weigh one oonce to about fift* ?ai ds, and of the fill ing or weft, if not line tb?>s? of the warp, to weigh one ounce to about eighty five yards The sacks of size No 2 are to be made of Jute Canvas, weighing not less than II OJnoe* to the yard of24.S inches wid h; the varp and weft to be rifsrly as above described. The sacks of size No S are to be made of thinner Jute Canvas weighi ng no' ?? ss thau 4;? onnc?s to the yard of I9ii inches width. Those of sizes Nos. 1 and 2 are to be male with a tabling or h?m st the top two inehes wide, upou which a suflieient number rf eyelet holes?at least ten to the former and eight to the latter?are to be well wrought; and th-y are eacti to be proviied with a good and suffi'-ieut hemp cord to l?ce and tie them thoroughly ai 0 strongly. Lnless seam lees. they are to be mide with tw ) seams, secured, each with two rows of sewing. All are to be marked. inside and outside, " C. 8. MAIL," in large and distinct letter*. .. Any proposed improvement thav may be de ra ble in the quality of material s e.^manner of con struciion will be considered, relatively to price, in deciding the lowest and be?t bid. No proposal wi 1 be considered it n<?t accompa nied with specimens sbowir* the com'true ion and quality of ma'erials and workmanship vt each "it? of the sa-ksbid for; and also a written guaranty frrmthe persons proposed as sure ies i wbose re sponsioility must De certifier hy th? post naster cm the pla*e where they res de' that they wil become respcn*ible, on sufficient bond, for the due perfor mance of the contract in case such proposal be ac cepted. . ,. j All the sacks contracted for are to be delivered, at the et pense of the contractor, at Doston, Sew York. Philadelphia Baltim' ro. and Washington, D. C., in such quantities and at such times as may be ordered. . . The esiiinat'd qaantity required wi'l, probahiy. notc-iceed thirty thousand sack*, including all rte*; but the Postmaster General will reserve the rii<ht to ord?r and receive more or less than such quant'ty. during the term of the contract as tn? waots and interests of the service may seem to h>m to demand. The specimens must ho delivered at this Depart ment on or before the i2d of November n?f x\; ?nd eveiy one cubmitted should be well and distinctly marked with the number den .ting its size, and have attached to it a "amp'o ?jf . he cloth or canvas isix inches square) of which it is made. Such a* can.w-th faftty and convenience, be used in the nervico. will be paid for at the prices specified in th- proposals relating 'hereto. . A nerisio i on the bids will be made on or bet ire the 23d i f November next. a> d tl e accepted b.iiiler will ^e r quired to enter in*o contract, with *uf flcj#nt bond and security,rn or before the 1st of D* cemh-r, ltyU. The proposal should he transmitted in a sealed envelope endorsed, " Proposals for Mail-Bag*,' a?.d be addressed to " Tbe Second Assistant P -st. m?s*.-r General. Contract Offl-e. Wash?n?tou, DC" W. DBNNI8 ?N, oc 19 w4t Postmaster General. ITNiTUD 8TATB8 SERVICE MAGAZINE FOR IJ OCTDBER.?Contents : Pailanthropy and the War; ti*oificanc? of Military Titles; G. eat Bat tles in History; Lif?<?f jemini; The Nightingale and "h" Cricket, Enigma, Life of MO 0>-a. Jas H McPbe'sof: ^ing Can o<. ; Editor s Special D:r.V"'^t: ?&C^DUUTkIhGK TAYLOR. [MBI WM1I U.MBh-1 am now ?r*^red to H"n,er freak boraed POTOMAO ClME. are. new flam* Ilia, wttkoet eomlog L'JIIR PROPOSALS, Proposals foe hidrs, tallow, hoofs. HORN*. CHUCKS. srilN87 AND TONOCK8. Orrici D*ror Commissary or 8cbs13tknoic.< WASHINGTON. Di.e., Nov. 16. 18H. S .. * Proposals, in duplicate, are invite 1 until nu ??,of ?ovember. at II o'clock a. m .for Hid''# Tatlow. Hoof*. Horns, Churks, fcbios. and tongues. of all Government Cattle slaughtered w"nn the anrient limits of tbe District of Columbia, for fonr mouths, from the commence nient of tiie contract. The above article* to be eollested by the eon tractor, and rsmoved from the variou* places at wMeh the cattle are killed at such times as may be d??ignat?d by the officer in chary*. t The njmber ofCattle used monthly vary from J ?& 0 to 3,ono, ^Dd are now killed at Chain Bridge, Oiesboro .Convalescent Camp, Washington. and _ l***n?ria, bat other places mnyoccur within the ? *v .V w*>*re these article* will he re '"I?!*? to collected. 1 he contractor shall be liable for all th* Hide,. I***0*' Hoofs. Horns. Chucks, Shins and 7.f,T":r.coI!,;ne/rom .?? the Government Beef r ?V if ? * v unless it can be made satis ???.1^1? 4pp**r 10 lh? Subsistence Department that all doe exertion, diligenoe. and care wan made to obtain said articles. Vayments will be required every ten dav? in Government funds. The bids will state the amount, per animal, for the articles referred to, and be accompanied by the followirg guaranty. certificate, affidavits of each guarantor,and oath of allegiance Blana forms can be obtained by application to the undersigned. ROPOSALS. J' } of tbe State of , county of , Ofler per heaJ for all H ides Tallow. Hoofs, Horns, ^hucks, Shins, and Tongues of all Government Reel Cattle killed within the ancient limits of the I) strict of Columbia, dollars and cents, ; (the amount to be in words and Store*,) subject to all tL<? condition* of the advertisement herewith ; appended. . _ L GUARANTY. We. the undersigned, residents of , in th I county of???and State of .hereby, jointly and Severally, covenant with the United States, 1 ?iD guarantee in ra^e the foregoing bid of I shall be accepted, that be will, within five day* af I Iur 0 acceptance of said bid, sign a contra'-! for ' tb* and faithful execution of the same, a^d uiat we will become his surety on a bond, in the sum of fifteen thousand dollars, for th? per formance of his contract in conformity with the LrT,8?f. rruposal. and that in easethesaid shall fail to enter into contract, under the terms of the advertisement dat.'d Not. 16, i)^, we guar antee to make good the difference between the of fer made by ?aid in the foregoing proposal ami the next lowest responsible formal bidder, or tne person to w hoin the coutract mav be awarded. J Given under our hands and -eals 'this day of . Wrnes- ,gPal , The responsibility of the guarantors mn-t 1* shown by .he official certificate or' a United State* I i<tru! Attorney or L'ntttd Stat-.* Judge. Toe c'r tihra'e i?.u? t be in the following Corm : I hereby certify that from evidence entirely isfactory to me. the above-named guarantors are good and sufficient as sureties for d'-uble the amount for which they offer to be security. th?ro^n7h eUAran;or mQSt r';*ke ., q, 4 ~ oATn. deposes and nays tnat h*> i-, worth, over and ahiva thoisa'nd do iar"d liabllitieB' th? '?"= of thirty nf-^8ubscnbedtand sworn before me. this jay No bids will be considered r.nless ma'e out in conformity with the above form, and are a" com affidavit. for"4:oiiig guaranty, certificate and anAoithdif r?ii?n,t forwar1 with their proposals l.ihfh Usance, unless oDe maybe on tile with the officer who shall open the bids and no rwu^rnVnt,1 ?1,T n0IB',1?iu? wrh the foregoing requirements, as well in fa< t as in form will be considered or regarded as a propo-al within the meaning of this advertisement. st Tn?t|Ii?^?rnWilJ-b'*n?111 &cconntable for the ?r!?w ir? * Horns, Chucks, Jtc., one r thesigning of the contract. Bidders must he present at the opening of their kL I- h? r,",p,0?.d?t0 thelr, n'^nies, and all bids must Ttlln- n r Proposal ? for Par h*sing Hi les, ??,' ",)rns- Chucks. Ac.." and be di rected to the uuderaitfned. G BELF noT 17- td Lient. Col, and C 3 J>R0P0riAL8 FoH HAY. QjJ[ ' Derot C5o?:mt'<ary of Su'"si??<*<??,I He?ioil u '"/'iWa^inHos.N'ov 16, ISh'i < (W i n 'ii d? t" ~K,Tor Fi - " 'Dlred ki .L. ' ?? of O?;od Mt-rchantable B*!e-? H^y. will ber ^J'fr mU.Qt" M?N ?A'*' N?T^" Bids most be accompanied by an oath of allegl 5c?c:tha ???on ? tb', <>. than twA ?"'?r*n'.y. Sirnsd by not le-s Li P? 0 r?"POusible persons wh..-e solvency na-t ^ bt the .ftfcial certificate of the Cleric 8ta'es A^t*rney. r'Ct ?OUrt' ?f ?f th" Unit?'J inTW?lhV? li"1"*- ^4?r^'*"ivb,.M. and delivered ? .? gt*'n or Alexandria tree of all expe sa tne Department, as may be reqnired. it will t e ri?idly inspect*d befi.re it is accepted, an 1 none but good merchantable Hay will oe e'-eivel Karties to whom awards maybe mad - mast at Zmnn. t1* !D ? co?/ra'**' an<1 give bonds equal :Q amount to on-? half tie sum to b^ receiveil ou 'he dSv^tor'""1 by t'1? '-ontrac.or an1 both of his b^"-uriiH will Dot l>e made'o ?nv person who has heretofore tailea '.o fulfill his contracts ? ith *he be'con'ijderH?0' W'U prop<',J*13 o;"dislojal j-arties Go vVrnmrnt*? r'jeet Pr0P0,,ftl?, is reserved by the Hidders mnft be present at the opening of their ?Iru* ? respond to their nan:?s. The deliver* of the Hay muf't common-* within fifteen (15) days from the execotion of the con J.'^arVl l?6'e C0BpIelei th? "fteenth lay of Cpon the completion of the cmtra-t the nav wi'l be paid for iu such funds as :be Government n.H y tu td 1 ? n. Bids must he endorsed "Proposals for nay nl ,7?^ed 10 ^ K V ?H1DGKS. nov 17-1d Cap'ain and C. 8. V. A DAMfl 1XPRR88 COMPANY OYflCli *14 PA AVXNU1, WfAmtton, D. ? GREAT 1A8T1RN, NOKTHBR^, AND WJ8T IKN EXPRISS F0BWARDER8. MERCHANDIBE, MUNBY, JEWE1>RT. VALO ABLE8, NOTB8, STOCKS, BON DB.^e.. Korwarted with 8AKETY AND DISPATCH to al< accessible sections of the CMuntr*. This Oumpaoi Has agei cies in the Principal Railway Towns in th< NORTH. EAST. WEST, AND NORTHWEST Its principal offices are WASHINGTON D 0.. NEW Y0K&, BOSTOR PHILADELPHIA. BALTIMORE, OIN CINN ATI 8T LOLJI8, LOniB VII LK, LEXINGTON. Connections are mad* at New York and BonoL with lines forwarding to the CAN ADAS and th? BHITIgH PRO VlNCEf and other steamship I in. to LIVERPOOL. RODTHAMPTOl* and HAVRt and tbence bv Vnrnpean expresses to all promlneo ooinmeroial towns in Greai Britain and the Oontl aent. O 'llectiou of NOTEb, DRAfTS, and BILLBmadi at all aeceaaible parte of tbe Cnit? d States. 0. 0. DONN. Agent, 39 WMklo^^n. D. 0. i\1 LfilC I0R BALL^. PARTIES, Ac. ib, re* m friends, I i-n ription in LOUIS WEBER. No .'>69 7th st eet east, re spectfully inform- his friec J" aud former pa trots tt at he e?>utiuues to attend Ralls, I'ar-J ties, Ac ,njth his well organiz-*d Band of. Scientific Musicians. No. 5?>97t!i ht. cast, N? y Yard. oc25-lm IMPROVE TOUR b> the use of thw ?bratea Pbumlb and Piaisoopie fePiOTAOLBb.nni versally acknowledge I as the best for Sraewon ?HiNu avn Paesiavmo the impaired lyesight scientlHrally and correctly raited, by FRANKLIN k OO., Optieians. 44 4 Pennsylvan.e avsnne, bet. 13th and 13th its., and Pennsylvania avenue andei the National riEI.D GLASSES OPERA GLaSSRS, MICRO dCOPES THERMOMETERS. 8TBRK08COPR8 PHOTOGRAPH ALBrMS. CARTES DB VISITS, tc . In a great variety, and at the loweat priees JeS OuC PAWNBROKErt AND OQK iOD LOAN OICKICE. ZOO LICENSED BY AUTHORITY. i-a MATTHEW K WALSH. 3^> '2"!> C Strict, between V th aud 11th, Secend door from Harvey'!* 0"ster S.ilooa, In comuHaiice with the wish of many friends, I am now pre pared to make liberal Cash ad vaLces on Ookl and Silver Watches, Dla n onds. Jewelry, hilver war?*. Hardware. Clothing, and Merobandire of every deecriptl good order. K/'liatiiw had twelve yearsexperieocein bnsi ne?s in theOity.and favorably kunwn t? man) of its citizens, I am confident that t > all who inav in trust me wRb biis'nens,(whi--h will be strfetij coofid" nlisl) I will give satisfuction Office open every day I Sunday excepted > from 8even o'clock. A w. until Nine o'clock p. m. sep 13-3in piAKOS AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. W G METZEROTT, corner Pa. av. aoduthst. Tbe l?r?eat Mus cal BstabllshmeiitAjCS3H| and only importing house in the Dls-T f 9 f 11 trict. Sole Agency ol Steinway k Sons gr-i d and equare PIANOS, vf which we h<tv? just received a new assortment. ntaRiug our sto-k lr> instruments of this crlehi ate' factory alone, which is a larger assor n.eut than can be found at any otW- r ageo C) of this house in the country liesi les these, we have a Mock of Raven A Bacon, and Haines Broiliets iiiake on hand. We are * he sole agents ofMa?oi A Hamlin's justl) celebrated 0 % BIN KT ORGANS wliM'h we Heil at factory prions from $110 to t*> i*. Prince A Co "m MEL.0DK0*?8. l'ur?li?sifcg ex2lu*iv>l< for east, we are enabled to sell ?t the lowest figure* for cash, and upjn ac c?'mDioCating terms Old Pianos taken in exchange, tuned and re paired. oc6 r? R A N K U N ACO.OPTIcTa N'S, i}4 4 Pa ?v.. bel. 17th and l:'tb sts . an^ 3S9 Pa av.. under the National Hotel. Depot for CARTES DE VISITB of celebrities plain or c lore<,j PHOTOGRAPH ALRDMS. holding from 12 t?. 31< pictures. In a great veriety of tii ding; 8ThRKhCOP*8 and STERKSC(?PIC VIEWS of l.tMiacaien, Public Build ngs, Groupea, fancy Rbl-Jects; BATTLB SCENES &C.,*W? atth?l-weai prices . _ Constantly on hand a floe selection or Opera G^ssea Ifield ()la??ss 8pe-taeies and EyeGleeses, Optical and Philoswphical Instrnme^te. ArtificialJtjes insetted wiihoiii paiuu 52. . _ | INDWrARN CHABE.anovel. By T. Aoolpha OrnJl^a Island. 0 I'ornls and J Bote 8ro?M. U? 1 ERANjK TAYLOR PROPOSALS. pROIOSALS f OR RATIONS* OMrtimrhr'j Q&it, U. S. Mjrint Corr'A Wa.'kmKtvn, 2tat October, V^?. j Sealed Proposals will be received at this office until 1 o'clock p. in . of th-? 2ath is* ->f Naveraber next. for furnishing rations to the United States UtriDM at the following stations. daring th# year 1066. vie: Portsmouth, New Hs-nphrc Cbarlenitowu Massachusetts. Brooklyn. New York. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Washington OitT. District of Columbia. Gosport. near Norfolk. Virginia. , . Karri riition to consist of tbr?*e-fourths or a pouna of pork or bacon, oron? and* fourth pound or fresh or salt beef; etghte#? ounc?e of bread or Sour, or twelve ounces of hart br*nd. ?r ?n*?au' * fourth p<?nnd of eorn meal; and at the rate to one hundred rations ofeifht e ?erts of beans, or, in lieu thereof, ten pounds of rife; or, in lieu tbereoi twice per w^l.onn hundred and tiftv ounees of dedicated potatoes, and oo? hundred ovin^-s of mii*d t^n ponn4a of ?'>?*?? *r?|n thereof, ene and a half pound of tea; of sugar; four quarts of vinegar, one pouni of ?perm candles, or one and one fouJ* ?f . amantine candles; or one and a half' ,?f ,i~ low, fonr pound? of soap. and two ,"f >L. The rations t" be delivered npon tl^wfr^h bief Comtnandln* Officer of **ch station, the froh beef. either in bulk or by the single 'VVh.'fore^nd quality, vitb an equal proportion of the fow ija? hind quarter*, necks and kidEey?tallo" ded: the pork.Ko. 1 prim? roees *\rk; 1the Sour, eitra superfine; the coffee. Rio, the sugar, good New Oileans or its equivalent;and thebeans, inemr, caidlee. soap. aalt. fce., to be e! *o<>d quality. A'l ?nhj?ct to Inspection. All bids vnust be accompanied bv .ho following *uarantee. rQRM Qf GCARASTy. The undersigned, , of ?;?the Btateor . and , of , ?n the State or ??i hereby guarantee that in case the La for rations, as above described, he accepted, he or they will, within ten days after th9 of the contract at the post offiee named, execute the contract for the same, with good and sufficient seenriti?s; and in case the i?ldrtall Am! to enter into contract as aforesaid, we Z make good the difference between the offer of the ?*" ?;s,d ""?h"" a! ? E f C.D.. Guarantor. 196? , .. . I horeby certify that the above nawied ?? are known to me as m^n of property, and ab.e .0 msKe go>d their guarantee. ni.=trir>? To be signf-d by iha United States District Judge, United elates District Attorney, or Cohec *?No proposal will be considered unless ac'ora panied by the above guarantee ahovewill Tw~/ft?'?fSS?Sa" P-oKfUfor lUttooA for 1864." and addressed to the ^d^rsl^L40K. oc ?2-!aw4w Major and Quartermaster._ pBOFOBALB f 9B I QUASI. o?i?? UBiiTBiMAwnt Omcn^ < WaeaiMoroi Diror. Deo. 8, WO. 1 Sealed Proposals are lnvitod by the undersigned for ^applying the U. 8. Quartermaster ? De Xartment, at Washington, D. 0., Baltimore, Md.. .lexamdria, and Fori Monroe, Va..or either or these places, with Hay, Cum, Oats and Straw. Bids will be received for the delivery of 8.(X< bushels ef corn or oata and 60 tons of hay or atrav. and upwards ^ . Bidders must state at vhleh of tha above-named points they propose to make dellveriei, and '-h? ratea at which tney will make deliveries thereat, the quantity ef each article proposed to w del'v ?red, the time when said deliveries shall b? oo^ menced. and when to be complete. The price muat be written cut la wordaonth# b Corn to be up in good stoat aaeka, of about two bushels each. Oatsin like sacksofaooat three oushels each The a?ck? to b?> furnished without extra charge to the Govenmeot. The hay xnd atraw Ut be securely baled. The pskrtieular kind or description >f oatt. eorn. hay er straw proposed to be delivered mest be '^AUthe MtiolM^ffered o?der the bids herein In vited will be subject to a rigid ;nspec-ion by tha Government Inspector beforebeing acoeptad. Contracts will be awarded from Ijme to time to the lowest responsible bidder, aa the interest o! the Government may require and payment wtll be made when the whole amout ooutracted for shall have bee* 'slivered and accepted. The bidaer wil) hi required te aeoompany his proposals with a guaranty. signed by two respon ?ible persons Xhat in caae nis bid is accepted he or they wlH, within ten days thereafter, execute tha contract for the same, with good and sufflciant ?ureties In a sum equal to the amount of the con tract, to deliver the forage proponed in conformity with the terms of this advertismentj and In ease the said bidder should fail to enter Int# the con t"^ct. they to make good the difference between ' a* offer of ?a*d bidder and the next lowest reap?n aible bidd? , cr the person to whom the oontract mT^e "r?*pon?ibility of the guarantors mnat be ahown by the official certificate of a U. 8 District Attorney, Collector of Customs or anv other officer andar the United Btatea Government or res pons! b1ITC8i.? "urS. *SilUM c, th. "SUMPSSSUav"!?bwd" must be legibly written In the ?ropos*l? Propo^alp mopt he to Bri^r Q?n. D. H. Rucker. Cbief Wcot Quartermaster. Washington, D O . and should bt plainly marked "Proposals f0Born?d?.1n a sum equal to the amount of tn? oon tract signed by the contractor aad both >1 hit guarantors, will be required of the succesa *1 bid der or bidders npon signing the cor Blar ? forms of bids guarantees, and bonds. c.a? be obtained upon application at this Office I0BM OF PROPOBAIa. (Town. County and riuto) ?? ? (Ditei I, the subscriber ,do nerebp propose to furnish and deliver to ?he United 8tatea,at the Quarter master's P^partmeut at , agreeably to the terms of your advertisement Inviting proposals for forage, dated Washington Depot. Dec. 8.1MI. the following articles, via: _ , ? bushels of Corn. In ucki, ?t ? per bushel ef 66 pounaa . , , ? ousbeis oi Oats, In saeks, at ? per bos&el of tons?ofDBaled Hay, at P?* on of 8,000 ? tonsnodf"Baled Straw, at ? per ton <sf 8.000 Deift^rvto commence on or before the ? day of ?- and to be completed ?n or before the A' y^T7 : , 186- . and oledge tnyeelf to enter ln?? a written contract with the United States, with ?ood" and approved securities, withla the space often 4 aysaf?er bei ? * * bld has been aoo*nted. Your obedient ser ant. Brigadier Oeneral 1>- H. Aoocia. " General Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D. O, GUABANTY. We, the nndersigned. reeideute of Ooun\y of ,and Stat* of ?-?,hereby.Jo!Intip and severall?, covenant with the United Statea, and guarantee in case the foregoing bid or ?? be accepted, that he or th"*"',"' after the acceptance of ?aid bid, execute the con tract for the saw . with good and sufficient sure ties, in a sum equal to the *m?uutof the contract, to furnish the forage proposed ^jJonformityU) the terms of advertisement dated December*. ia<s? ander which the bid was made. and. in case too .aid shall 'ail to entei into a contrac. as aforesaid, we guarantee to make ???jthe iffer ence between the ?ffer by saidi and the next lowest responsible bidder. or the person to whoa the oontract may bo awarded. Given uider our hands and seals this "7^** ?* .1*-. I Seal. 1 I K.r.h. aertlfy that, to the best of my knowl edge tLd lellef, tLe above-named guarantors are ?5dwld sufficient as sureties for the amount for %eVo2ti&r bi a." DnUeJ States D17tr~At toTney Elector of Customs, or any other officer Krthe rioted BtatesOovernment.or respon sible person known U? thl ^ RunusH, dee t-tf Brigadier General and Q. M. CHIJf QUABTBBMABTBBIS OVriCB. 1 Dipont e? WatfaiR?Toa,S WMAHsfiew. D. O.. Jauaary 4,186* \ Ail dealers m Drugs. Hardware, -umbo- Uatnei. Office Furniture. HaraeeR and 'addlon are re ja??ted to eend to thisofflco.on MONDAY of each week. a.sealed proposal ot list, m iupittais, of the articles they are nrepared to fnrniah to this Depot at ?hort notice. wttS the price of each marked in slain flgurea. so ttat.oaw the exigencies oftheservioe M<inlre n. article or articles can he ohtnlnod withnot delay, and at the lowest price QMleee ndshlng to sell to this Depot wilt bn i* i'HF**!W ss'o*?irT ^ Jgrigadler General ana^^nT^astat. JAV COOK?? U CO., BANKERS, IifTKISTB 8TRIEr, OfPOSITB D. S. TltBABOaY, Receive Subscriptions for tho NEW U. S. 73.10 LOAN authorized by the act ef Juae 30th, 1864. The notes will be issued under date of August Uth, In denominations ef 9&o, fioo. $500,81.000 and js.ooo, payable to bearer or order, bearing Interest at 7 3-10 per eeutum per annum, payable semi-an naally.and will be convertible at the option of the holder at maturity into six per cent. Five Twenty Bonds. We buy and sell? GOVERNMENT BONDS of all Issues TRJSASURV NOTBB, CBRTlPlCATBd 0* INDBBTBDNXS8, And COIN, And pay the highest price for QUARTERMASTBR'8 CBBT1F1CATI CHICKS, M1% ?.u J AY cook* a 00, J 1MNAH8 AMD DIN IRS, by ?. L. Btanehard, Lui.4vu Mni?ua) * i Cooft?T9? London one Hnucred and Twenty-four Receipts for Cook* ing a Rabbit, London Hinis for tho Tablo, London . Coikery, Carving, and JStiquette ef the Table, Lund n gimison'o Band Book of Dining, London Cnisinler Prauticien, Pane l.e Cuisin'er Imperial, Par The frwchC^ok Miss Le lie'" French Cooker ^oyer's Modern Housewife Ci okery forfhe MHVton, London j Ritcl.en?-r'sC??o?'sOracle ! Sanderson's Complete i jllaf kill's Hon ??keeper's Encyclopedia I Francatelli's M- dern Cook Hcufebeld Cyelofffidia, Loadjn.^^ TATt0J|| | 33 D? -"""to? LOOR HUB P IT A. ft. 0PP1C1 Ho. 7 SOUTH FBBDBKtC* nHIITI Tht offlt pursiriAjr advbrtisjso Mm discovered IBa oi Certain, Steady, IflNtakl K?n?4r ?? World 'or DlSIAf?M0r imphitdbnoh. Rr.litf in Si* Uowrt / So TVi**ap / Persona Rained bi Ignorant Pret~adere. er fry Deadly P?>ls.?a, Merco-y. should apply hnmedlately. A COBB WABRASTBD OB SO OUAMOM IS FROM OSE TO TWO OA TH. WnkDM of the Involuntary DiseaarfOi. Strictures, Affections of the Kidne?- id Bl(4l?r, Impotaaey, General Debility, N~rvnasa?*e WW" t'ff. Utciior, lovjtlriu, CotfuMon of tdui, PslpitetloB of Ik* Heart. Timidity. Trembling, Dunne**?ff)|(Btor0id<l1tM?, Di*>w?uftb? Reed, Throat. N*a?, or 8hia, Affect'one af the Liver. Lung*. ftnmwh or Rowel*?the*- P?rr1hle Disor ders arising frem Solitary Habit* of fonlh tkt *??' solitary practices morf fatal to their victims than the mid> of Syren* to the mariners of W'u taeir m??t brilliant k?f*< *r anticipations, r?i?rln| otrnift, Ac., laipnml tsrlng marriage. Ao. TOUNO MEN VC! ^?oom# the victims of Soli tary Vice that dreadful and d-?tra*ti ve habit<vMa* annually sweep* to an untim-W era** thousands *2 Young Men of tbe moit exalted talent and brilliant Intellect, who might otherw.*? har* entranced H# ten in* WDatti "itk the thunders *f tloiitiN M waked to extacy the living lyre, rear call wltk fu iobMiim TAKB PARTaC BLAR NOTICE. These are some of the sad end msi?uokely affaati * prodaced by early hablteof youth, via: WnImM of the Back and Limbs. Pain in tke Head hmiiM of 81pht. Low of Macular Power. Palpltatioa o! tke Heart, Dyenepsia. Nervon* Irritability, fee ran re rnent of tire Digestive Fonctiooa. Geaeral Debility. Symptoms of Ceneuroption. ie Mimii.TT.-Th?f<t?rfiil eFect* on tbe mind iff mncb to be dreaded?Low of Memon. Confnsiaa ?f Ideait. Depression of ''pints Bvil Forebodinga, Avernion to Soeiety, Selfdistrutt, Lot* of toil* Mamid Ptrtons, or yean* m?n enntomalattaa 4 marriage.awere of Physical Weakaaaa, Orgaaig 1 Debility, Wanting of tke Organs, Oefermitiea, Ac.. should apply immediately. He who place* himself ander the care of Dr. J. may religiously confide in hi* henor as a cen Uemnn.and confidently rely upon tola aklll as* Physician. ORGANIC W1A?NH*U, 1MP0TBN0 Y IMPBBI MJNT8 TO MARRIAG1 By Dr. Johnston's marvelous treatment. Weal ne?* of tbe Organs is speedily en rod, and full vigor r?*?tered Thousands of the mint nervous, dehtlU tated and Impotent, who had lost all hope, hare been immediately relieved All impediments to marriage, Puyaicai or Mental Disqualifications. Loss of Procreatiye Power. Ner vous Irritability, Trembling*. and Weakness, or Bibaastion of tk? moat fearful kind, speedily eared. Dtt. JOHNBOto ?ember of the Royal Oolle?e of Bar?*ons. Lon don, Graduate from one of tbe most emlaent Ool leK<>s in the United 8tat*>s. and the greater part ol whose life has h?*?n rpent in the hospital* of Lon don, Paris,Philadelablaand elsewhere.has effected some of the mosi aetonishinK care* that were ever known; many truuKed witb rin?in? in tke h<ta4 and ears wkeo A^Je.ep.freat nerroasness.be alarmed at sndden sounds, hashfnlne** with fre^nent blnshinc, attended sometimes with rferanftmaai of mind, were enred immedistely. TOO SO MBS who have Injured tkemselves hy a ceruin pradtlM Indulged in when alone?a habit frequently learned from evil companions, or at school, tbe effMte of which are nifhtly felt, even wkea asleep, and. if not cured, renders marriage impossible. an < de stroys both mind and b*dy, should apply lmmsdi ately. What a pity that t yeuna man, the none of Mi Country and darling of nis parents, should bo ?Hatched from all tht prospects and enioyments ef life by tbe eonseaoenoe of deviation from the yoth of nature and indulging in a certain secret habit Sueh persona must, before contemp'atlBf MARRlAQB reflect tkat a sound mind and body are tfco sofl necessary requisites to promote eonnublal haopi ness indeed. Without these the journey througk life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the nrespect hourly darkens to the view: the mind neeomag shadowed with despair and filled witb tke melan choly reflections that tka kappinesa of onothw la blighted with our own. DISEASES OF IMPRPDBSOa. When the misguided and Imprudent votary 01 Rleaeare Suds be has imbibed tbe seeds of thlayolB* il disease it often happens that an 111 timedaenag of shame or dread of discwvery deters him from ap plying to those wbe, from education and reapesto bility can alone befriend him He fall* lato tkg hands of Ignorant and designing pretenders, who, incapable of curing, fllch his pecuniary subatanoa, keep him trilling month after month, or as loug al the smallest fee ean be obt&i aed, and In deapait leave b!m with ruined health tw ?igr> over hia gall ing disappointment: or, bv the use of that deadly poistm. Mercary. Hasten the conatitational aymy toms of this terrible disease, such as Affections ot the Head, Throat; Nosa, ?kin. etc.. prngreasing with frightful rapidity until death uuts an and to his dreadful sufferings hv sending him to that aa> discovered country from #bosa b"ii'na an travala. returns. OFFICB T BOOTH FRKDEKI' & BTRBBT, left hand side going from Baltimore street, a f*ty doors from tka corner, fail not to obaerve name and number. letters received unless posi paid and aoa* talDing a stamp to be used on tbe repiy per*t>m writing snould state age, and send portion ot ad vertisement describing symptoms. Tki Lh'i Dip in ma Via?< in ku OHM. IS DORSE MBS T OF THE PRBSB. Tke many thousand cured at this eaiabDskmaal within tbe last twenty yvar*. and the aimirvU Important Surgical Operation* perfortued by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of TnaBun" and many other papers, notices of which have ay rsared again and again before the publio, basidaC la standing aaa gentleman of character and re apoBsibilltr. U a auAciant ruarantaa to tka !? flicted. SKIS DISEASES SPEEDILY GORED Ja 29-ly GBORBT DI81AH181 81CR1T O18JA810 BAHIIITAM'I GIFT BAMARJTAS fi 91FTI THJ M08T OIRTAIN SBMBDV BV1B UB1B "??a, A Positive Cure" for OOSOtLBQtA, VLMBT, Si UH tOREB, At Contains ao Mineral, ao Balaam, ?u Mercury. Onlt Ten rtUJ to be Ta*-u to Bfaci a Owf? They are entirely vegetable, having no siuei) not any unpleasant taste, and will net in *ny sat la ]nre the stomach or Soweis of tbe most delicate. Cure* in frein two to four day*, and reoent oasat In "twenty-four houra " Preimred byagradoata of the University of Pennsylvania, one oftbe raort eminent Doctors and Chemists of the present day. 10 1XPOSOU*. 10 TBODBLB. BO 0I1IOI WH4T1VB1, Let those who have deeps;r?<1 of getting cured, or who have been gorged with Balsam Copavla, BV Mercury, try the SA MAB1TAS 9 GIFT. Bent by mail In a plain envelope. Price?Male packages, $j. Female 12. BLOOD I BLOOD II BLOOD It SCRoFlLA, OLCAMa, ao*B*. SPOTS TETTERS, SCaLBS, BOILS, S f 1'BILtS OR V BSE REAL DlfKASBS, Be SAMARJTAS S BOOT ASI> UBRJi J020f la offered the nubile as a positive onre. BYPH1LIS OR VfNBRKAL DIBBAACb Chsff MARITAN'8 ROOT AND HBRB JDIC1 |tii, most potent certain and effectual remedy eva% prescribed; it reaches and eradicates every partiala of the venereal poison. *0 that thecure Is thoroBgk an^ permanent. Take then of this purifying reme dy and be healed, and do not transmit to year poa iarity that for Cs^t'dK*Va fg"*l"tfi,r mrt Although you may be prwiounced inoorakla, tkg 8AMAR1TAN'8 ROOT AND HBRB JUTcia will ev#ry v**t\g* of IropuHtie* frorn tM ayatem. aa well as all the bad affects of JJ?rcury. FEMaLRH I IIkAi.il 11 In many affectloni with wbien numbers of Pa male* suffer, t^e ROOT AND HERB JUICB& il most happily ^lapted. In Ulcerated Uterus, ia Whites, in bearing down Falling ?f the W?mb Debility, and for all co'. plaint* incident to theaes, Sent by expresa. Piioa Si a bottle, o ibottlat forSS. gAMARlTAN'B OHANOUD WASH. Price 2* senta. Pull directions. DK6MOND A CO., B01 141 Philadelphia POfll Offlcv. Bold oy ft. CALVCilT fORD, corner of llta aa? Pa. HBNRY COOK. Alexandria. may HI c o y FIDES 11 A A. , _ a OUNG MKN who have Injured tbemsalvaa py Certain secret habits which uuht them fo? buslneaa pleasure, or the duties of married Ufa, al?? mlddia aged or old men ko, from tbe folliee of ??oth of other causes, f?*i a debility In advance of thelj years, before placing theui*eive* ander the treat ment of aay one, should flrst read ' TH1 81CR11P FRIBND.' Marriad Ladies will learn aomatblaa of importance by perusing "The Secret friend. Santto any address, in a aaa'?d envelope oa H" TRIBBBMAH?Protected by Hoyal Lettera PaV Atnf Anglaad. and secured by the seals of tht ?cole de Pharmacie de Paris, and tka Imperial Ooliega ?'f Medicine, vleena ... TriSsu ar No. 1 is tke effectual remaoy tor Relax atioa. 8i?ermatorrkoea,and Rihanetiun of the Byo> tern T.-iesmar No. t has entirely *uy?r?eded tk? nauseocsnse of Copavia. Cubebs. Ac. TrieamaX Ko. 9 ia the infallible remedy tor all Impuritiea aa4 Beoonderv Symptoms thus obviating the aaaot p?-?a ,-y and all other deieterioua ingredieats >acb preparation ia la the form of a moat aarao* able Loannge. Secured from effects of dlimato a*4 changes of atmosphere, In tiu cases, at U each, o? fourWcasea in one for $9. and in Iff oases, tM? saving $9 Divided in separate doses aa admiala* tered by %'alpeau, Sallemaude, iton*.Aa.f ^ Wholesale and retail by Dr. BARROW, No. B.eecker street. New York. .on*. To be bad also of 8 0. FOR?. No. corner Htk atraat. mar?L6m_ HIFP1MJ08 OH MIBBRTI? THAT IS THA O 0 A S r./ O ?. -T h r o p r i eu, r a o ft Be " I? AJU BiAfTtLABlNBT W? WONDBRB, AN ATOMT, ami Mfcnnii n E." kate detormined-r??ardle?* of aa pena??to issue,free,(for the bea^nt .>f <ufferla4 aomafiity.) four of weir most instTncti*# and la toreatina i.ectarea on Marriage and ita j aal 1A aa tio n* 5 er ? ousDa b i 11 ty. Pre ma to re Daaliaa, ta digvstion, Waakaaaa, Depraaaion, or ignoranaa a Physiology aud Nature's Lav Tkaaa lavalaaM lectures have bean the m'jaas of snllglBteBlna am aaviag tkousanda,and will bo forwarded froaoa Ik reaoipt of four atom pa, by addraaslBg SsevsMt -1 TtBHWANG, THE UhXAi BHlSJEM bUBD Yfut UONOHRH<BA.OLhB\ it. Obi Boa will pxaaoBM a Ovaa. 1 gradients ara psrfMy vagetabla. It 1 it to tka tasie, kaa Oo bad odor, aa BftS t Y k pi may Be carried detection! Cir utara fraa^rricefl a box. Sold b I0B9. la WamUMftM b ""mSj