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by W. 1. Mcmuem A Co., ul U fttibhrt la
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Om aquart, thraa Uji 1100
On square four day 1 AS
One gqiare, fin day ISO
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WASHINGTON. D, Oi. WEDNESDAY EVENING. NOVEMBER 18. 1868.
Blaglt oopiaa, I
PROPOSALS FOR ARMY TRANS
rORTATION. OrncE or the Depot QcAaTtaaiArrEia, I
rot t Leavenworth, Kaaeaa, uetobar 39. ion. (
scaled Proposals will breeelvd tt thlsoSo
until IS o'clock m on th 10th day of December,
1863 for the transportation oC military suppli
during th yean 1864 will IBM, on the following
Kouitk 1 From Fort Leavenworth, Una),
unit Riley, and otter depot that may b evtab
llshed during tb abov tears, on the west bank of
the Missouri river, north of tort Leavawrtn,
and iouthof latitude 43, north to any poata or
i iitloaa that are or may be established in the Ter
iltories of Nebraska, Dakotsh, Idaho, and Utah,
iouthof latitude north and east of longitude
114 west, and In the Territory of Colorado, north
of 40 north Bidder to aitala the rate per too
pounds far 100 tnlles, at which they will transport
said storr ta each of the months, from April to
Pcptember, inclusive, of the year 1864 and 1869.
kouit A . From Foit Leavenworth and Hlley,
In the Stat ot Kansas, and tb town of Kansas, In
the state of Missouri, to any posts or stations that
are or may be established loth State of Kaosas,
or In the Territory ot Colorado, south of latitude
40 de g ecs north, drawing supplies from Fort Leav
enworth, and to Fort t nloa, W. L, or other depot
that may be designated in that Territory, to Fort
Garland, and to any other point or point on the
tout Bidders to state the rate per 100 pounds fur
100 mites, at which they will transport such store
in each of the months, froa-'April to SapUmber,
Inclusive, of the years 1864 and 1861.
Xouttbo a. From Fort Union, or sach other depot
as may bo established in th Territory ot Nw
Mexico, to any post or station that are or may
he established In that Territory, and to such post
or stations a may bo designated In th Territory
of Arltena and Stat of Texas west of loot ltuda
106 degrees west Bidden to state the rate per too
pounds for 100 miles, at which they will trnnsport
said stores In each of th months, from June to Ho
v ember, inclusive, oi me year low aim isw.
lha weicbt to bo transported oh year will not
oeed 10,0110,000 pounds on Bout No 1, la 000,000
No additional percentage will be paid for th
transportation of bacon, bard bread, pine lumber,
liiDeles, or any other stores.
Blddeis must give their names In full, a well as
their 1 lace ol reslfeuc! and each proposal must
be accompanied by a bond In th sum ol tan thou
sand doll-rs, signed by two or more responsible
Mtuni. su&ranteelnc that In oat A contrast la
awarded lor th route mentioned In th proposal
to the parties proposing, th contract will be ac
cepted and entered Into, and food and sufficient
seeurlty luinlshed bj said parties, In accordant
The amount of bonds rcuulred will b a fallows' l
On Route No 1 9100,000
a ..,. tocoo
SitU factory evidence ol the le alty and solvency
of each bidder and person offered as security will
Proposals must be Indorsed " Proposal for Army
Tiansjortatton on Itoutrs Nos 1,2, or ," a the
Mie may be, and none will be entertained unles
they fully comply with all the requirements of this
1 arlles to whom awards are made must be pre
paled to execute contracts at once, and to gh e the
required bonds for the faithful performace f th
Contracts will be made subject to the approval
of tie Ctnrtcrmaster General, but the right Is re
set ted to reject any or all bids that may bo offered.
Contractu must be In readiness for servlcoby
the first day of April, 184, and they will be re
quired to have a plana of business or agencls at
or In tb vicinity of Fort Leavenworth aod Union,
and other depots that may b established at which
they may te communicated with promptly and
readily I- C LASTON,
oc29-tdel0 Blnjor and Quartermaster.
SEALED rROPOSALSARE INVITED
till the 2lst day of November, 164, at 12 m,
lor furnishing the bubslstence Department with
20 000 barrels of Flour , ,
Hlda will be received for what la known Nos
l, a, and I, and for an) portion less than th 20,000
Bids In duplicate for the tllO'ercnt grade should
09 upou irjiaraic mccia 01 ympvi
1 he delivery of the flour to be commenced within
one week irom the opening of the bids, or a soon
thereafter as the Government may direct, at the
late olat least boo battel d4ily,ulliered lthr
hi iheCoteruineut warehouse In (eorgtowo, at
the whirves, or at the ttallroad Depot, Wash
ington, V C
All contracts must be completed within thirtj
da)s from the oienlng of the bids
I arment will be made In certificate or Indebted
rcss, or such other funds as the Government may
have for disbursement
Tha usual trovernment Inspection will be made
Just before the Hour Is received
An oath of allegiance must accompany each bid
No bid will be entertained from parties who
have previously lalied to comply with their bids,
or from bidders not present to respond
lite barrels to be entirely new and of oak, and
niade very strong, of new materials and head lined
No flour will be received wnlch Is not fresh
Bids to be directed to LieutenaLt Colonel G Bell,
L 2, U.S. A, Washington, 1) C, and endorsed
" Proposals for Flour " nolo-t
PROPOSALS FOajtOOFINQ KELT.
OlflLL Ot tMILr QUAMTaaU-tlASTUt
Waiiiikqtox. d l . sent t. isu.
PROPOSALS are aollolted at this offlee tor th
furnishing of ROOFING KLT In consldsrable
quantities, as it may be required from tim to
time, in the construction of cavalry stable and
1 he i elt to be dellv cred at the whai I of tha Lav
alrv Deoot at Glsboro Point, near this cltr
lildders are requested to send with their bid
The r elt HI be subject to luspeetion on delivery
U G JtAWTkLU
Lieut. Col , and Chief tluartermaater,
selO tf tav airy Bureau.
PROPOSALS FOR WOOD.
LAVALBV BiaiAL, )
UllKk.01 DKroT C1VABTLHJJA1TCB, i
WASHINOTOM, 1663. J
rHOPOiJAlS aru solicited, aod will be received
at this odie until BIOAY, JOth day or Novcm
bf, at noon, for the furnishing of 2 000oordaof
(oud, sound, merchantable, welt seasoned Cord
vv ood, to be delivered at the Cav airy Depot, Gles
boro 1 olnt. 1) c , corded in ranks 4 feet night de
livery not being considered com) tete until corded.
measured and Inspected Biddera will slate the
1 rices for each klod-oak, hickory, pine
An inspector will b design ted, on the part of
to Government, to Inspect Kudmeasu'e the wood.
The ability of the bidder to fulfill his agreement
mus be guaranteed by two responsible persons
whoso signatures must be appended to the guaran
The responsibility of the guarantor must be
shown by the official certificate of the Clerk of the
nearest District Court, or of the tnited States Pis
Iropoials must b adlressed to Captain H A.
Dupuy, Depot Quartermaster Cavalry Depot, 174
H street, Washington! D C , and endorsed on the
envelope, Proposals for Wood " noi-Ut
hierybody should call on
N II MILIAR,
or servants and real estate Agency No Bit Ninth
street near Pennsylvania a enus, (north )
Particular attention paid to the renting of Dwel
lings and Boarding Houses, Mores, fee Heal Es
tate and ether Property bought and sold on coni
Property holders an obtain Ihe best of tenants
N B. The best of reference gli en when required
TAALLAND WINTER DRY 00OU8
Cloaks and Circulars)
Blick, Frosted Iksver, Iluih ami Waterproof
1-reach Merinos, Reps an 1 1( tomans In all colors;
1110, Plaid and Striped nlcntlss
White, Red, Blue, aud clluw FlannetP, In all
Mii.k and shirting llaouelsi
Lmsinieres anJ Sntlnelts;
White and Colored Blankets)
Long and Square Shawls)
ltUck S Iki;
Iournlog nooJs, Ingrsat arlet
hlle aud Brown Cotton Sheetings, &o i
111 no 1 it I and Hoop Nklrts)
)ijlent(untUt,Jouvln s Kid Glove, fee ,kc
nuS Id Ni it Centre Market Spate
1 UllS'. Surgeons', and Contract Ph) slclans
ci,ounts aud Claims collected and remitted to any
part of the United States, from JJ to 0 percent
X M Pi ION P KPEIH prei arrd by my Clerks
in a proper manner for reasonable fees, so that those
dratttd persou not legally liable can be eiemptrd
in in military service
UKUHOK H DAY fit CO.
Counsellors at Law,
auU-lf V ashlagton Buildings, Room No. 1J
A t HTINO,
HOUH HD WALL
fainting and gkahcino
Of EVERY DEICRtrTION
ION AMD DrCtfRATtVE
IN ALL THE VARIOUS STYLES.,
The undersigned 1 prepared to extents Worit of .
evty dearrtptloo, in a seat, durable and prompt
M. T. PARKER,
lSo. M L0uUIaa.rau,
Between Sixth and Seventh streets
nuv lm ,,
rrao!In Hall, D iUmI, near math rtrwt,
WaJaiHeTrXm, D. 0.
Work neut4 by kpriad workaacn, ad
on modrt Ursa. 11 tea
tIS. hlonununta. Mural TabUta. TlUav Cahlnal
and Plumbers' Blabs, Caen Stan jUptisjaftt Font,
Altar Tabic, ate Manufaetory and Wararooma,
71, Tt and 76 Eat Twenty-Msond itroat, ar
Fourth avena, New Tork.
N a flraUa, from the lowest priM to Upmost
ostly flniih, furauhod at New York Ml.
Poslgn toad to order, and tlml glvsn for
olarbl Work pot np la any part of th otu1ry.
SELECT SCHOOL FOK GUU.) t .
iraaL. na&r tha Ctrala. aaa aaiuta mauth
; .' x.tz;- i.i .' viii'L'j:
winnu wtwwB ww wmi pm ,
In Mlon from th 7th of Beptatnber to th lit or
July. Th usual tngttah bransa, Anelat and
Modern language, taught at th Institute. Also
Veal afidlastnitooatal Aluaia, PUao and Oultar.
Tultloa for a quarter, of ten week, payable la
lvaae. Eacllaa branch, laiwiUrv. S. Ad- 1
van. wnb, tutmumt
vanead, S. Extra charg (moderate) for Mnsle,
French and oUaer studies.
I VI rsrNrM noARtirMn and day irtmni. '
No30 Pennsylvania avau. Sevn Building
The Ninth Year and 8vnt1h leal-nanual
Session of tM 1 tttotton will sssasass) on
MONDAY. KrTEMBS.R S IS.
Circulars can b obtained at th Bookstore and
of the Principal 14 m
HE "GIDEON PRINTING
L4TABL1SHED IN 1S06
GIDEOK A PEAKBON,
BOOR AND JOB PRINTERS,
Sit Moth Street, near Pennsylvania Avenue,
Having greatly Ineraaed th raeUlt of tb
abor Old Established Piloting
Kous by aa almost
LNTIRC RENEWAL OF MATERIAL
And the aidHion or severm 01 tne most improved
At prepared to execute every 1 arlety of
FINE MUTING CARD
PLAIN OR COLORED INK.
PROMPTNESS AND DI9PATCH
JOHN W. VAN HOOK,
nfc.Ni.RAL PRODUCE and
Butter, Eggs and Cheese)
Tobacco and Segars)
Champagne, Sherry and Claret WIncsi
Brandy, Whisk) , Portar, Al and Cider.
Also, Agent lor
(4neen' Royal Cabinet Champagne.
M Louisiana avenue,
L U IIIHC.
17 I T C H , HIKE A FOX,
., Aitunnbia ai .at,
UIAL ISTAT1, CLAIM AMD PATINT AUIMT8,
Corner Stvtnth and ttrtrt
(Opposite Post Offlo,)
WASHINGTON CITT, D. C
N B Commissioners for all the States
HOW LOST I HOW RESTORED t
Just Published, la a Sealed Lovelope prloeslxcts
A LkCrURh, ON THfc. NATURL, TREAT
mei t, aud Radical Cure of apermatorrhsa, or asm
I11 a I weakness, Involuntary Lmlsslons, Saxual
Debllltv, nd Impediments to Marriag generally)
Nertousn, Consumption, kpllepsy and Fits)
Msutai and Physical Incapacity, resulting from
Self-Abuse, lie, 1 y Kobt J cuiverweii, H
thnr nf lha lrn Book. me
t 4 nntlN TO THOUSAND! OF SUFFERERS."
Sent under seal, In a plain enrelope, to any ad
dress, post paid, on receipt of sla cents or two
postage stamps, by Dr Ol J C, HUN
1 puvvr,nit tn aun,
uls mindtw post OfOca Boa 4WS,
14T BOWERY. NEW YORK,
omith's 1 ( BMrrn'i
mith's 1 BMrrn'8 1 1 bmith-b i i i
40 SEVENTH STREET,
OFpo.ll. th. Foil one.
HOW OPINING HI! (TUCK Of FALL
1 WINTER CLOTHING,
GUiri rORNISHIMO GOOD,
MAT AND CATS.
Call and te Sample, t ,
. U. SMITH'S,
400 IENENTH STREET.
""I LEAH THE TRAOKI1
MITH k BKALL
An now opcnlBg . i,1DdliJ .took ol
FALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
WE DKFV COMPLTITION.
CUSTOM QUODS MADE TO ORDER,
tall and Samptes, at
SUITn A BEALL'B,
No. Ml 8EENTH STREET.
mHE OLD WARHORflE AHEAD.'
J. BRUCE A CO.,
I Invtt four attention to their stock of
MEMS' AND BOYS'
TALL AND WINTER CLOTHING.
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS,
Of tvery Description, and at rrlce Beyond Com
petition. J. BRUCE,
Ho 14 SEVENTH STREET,
(Two Doors below Smith's.)
I X Th undrslgnd,havlng perfected hi arrange
ment la Philadelphia, lw York, and Boston,
, take this method of informing hi old customers
I and th publl generally, that h 1 receiving dally,
1 Prim Cheetr County Beef,
Saiem County, New Jersey, eal.
Prim Philadelphia Butter. Capna. Busk eoun
ty and Nw Jersey Chickens, Sweet Bread, Phea-
ante, ranriuics. urou, wiipef wooooock, neea
Birna, man wwwrj ihwt i mw imhii mArxaia.
Clear Boston Pork Soused Pic1 Ft aad Trio.
Smoked and Fielded Salmon and Halibut. Also, a
I larg supply of Foreign and Domestl Fruit and
f lamilles and others giving entertainments.
i ,iub tw ucaj'a rbu wb iihw la rw HuinHD
199. .I,y"..fi Tvr5.Vni
ocit-Jm US Pnn av(bt 19th and soth sis
rpERMB OF THE SUPREME COURT
OF THE DISTRICT UF COLUMBIA Notlo
lbrby given that, by a nil of th Court, its
1 ici ui u wM uU mm iuiivhi
t Third Monday of January
First Monday of May.
Third Monday of October
Terms oftkt Circuit Lourt
tn which alon a Jury is Impaoneled for the trial
01 civil eases ;
1 First Tuesday of February.
Third Monday of May.
Ilrat Tuamdiv of NoTember.
Terms ftU Criminal Cottti,
First Monday of March.
Third Monday of Jun
Flrat Monday of December.
7ru 0 Uu DUtrki Covt.
Flrat Mondar of Jun.
Flrat Moaday of December.
Flrat Tueaday of January.
Flrat Tueaday of February
First Tuesday of Marsh.
Flrat Tuasday of April,
Third Monday or may.
First Tueaday of June.
FlraVTueaday of July.
I Irst Tuesday of Septembei
First Tuasday ef October.
Flrat Tueaday of November.
First Tueaday of Dvauaber.
By ordet of th Court. . J. MEIG;
rpUItt IS TO GIVE IsOTICE, THAT
I the subscriber hath obtained frnni the Or.
phan'a Court of Washington count), In th Dlf
iiki ni viunivii.ieitrn ui Aumioisiraiion oil
pereonelestateofEllzsbethA H. W llriiooe, late
of Weahlncton count . deeeasad All ncnoni hi
log claims against the said deceased, are hereby
warned to exhibit the same, with the vouchers
thereof, to the subscriber, on or before the 7th day
of November next) they may otherwise by law be
excluded from all benefit of the said estate G en
unocr my nana in is no usy or November, ihw
Testt Z C. ROBBING.
Register of Willi,
no w3w Administrator.
HE SUPREME COURT OF THE
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA HOLDING A
DISTRICT COURT Us 111k, UNI1ED
biails iun ina. aAio uiSTnlCit
lomu tofiom u naf rencern, tiaEBTinoi
Notion Is hereby siven, That on the aothday of
July, ISU, gooda and merchandise, mentioned la
the libel hereinafter referred to, were captured by
the United States steamer trlmrose, of the Po to
rn ae llotllla, and brought Into this District for ad
judication and the same are libeled and prosecuted
in this Court In the name of the United States, fur
vondeiuoatlou as lawful prlie for reasons set forth
in the libel) and that said cause will stand for trial
at the city Hall. In th city f Washington, on the
third Monday 01 November next, when ana where
an persons are warneu 10 ajpear 10 snow cause
why condemnation should not be decreed, and to
Intervene for their latsrests October 14, 1863
PfW-dtd R J NEIGs,clrk.
TO DI8CUARGED SOLDIERS AND
A there hava haMat ma mini MtmufaMnt tnA hv
th Relief Association, and the friends of Dis
charged oldier, about sick and disable: and Dts
charged loldlr betnr
In th purchase of
th undersigned deems It his duty to caution all
thoM travelling to Philadelphia, New York, Boa
ton, and th Northern or Eastsrn States,
THE ONLY PLALK
IS AT TH
TICKET OFFICK or THEB.k U R. R.COMPAN1 ,
a ana. vbiui.
His thonlr rlaeewherea Daesencer nan mo-
curan Through Ticket, or where you can hav
your baggag checked through to th abov eltie
ocA-tf Passenger Agent
TTWa n g e
adalphU, WU-lt; sunt BJaltlsMr
n a i l. a o a n ,
On and after MONDAY, JAN 8th, lci,
ejssmdtn trains isave hulada. ron
spied,) S.U, 11 a. m., (kwress,) and J 00 p. m.
aajAISik, night. , . .. .w
Wlliwimi .1 4.W (Honda;. iMptU,! a li,
(tit lb, TIM,..) and II oop m
tiwi. va.ii.1 m.h rm uu .ip aii
Dorw, at 1.11a au and us p. m
MUIord, at S.U a. m.
aaUaWr, at .! a. m.
TKilff ro riULADHLTUlA LClVt
oreoa.1 B as and Rts f Exoress 1 1 m
WlimUgton at Tin, SSS and II 4- a. sa , lirr
p.m. 4.10, too anqtiaop m
BausDurynvx p n
Dovrat.aaft.ni and $.10 p m
NawCaMtlaatft.Ma.in andftlOn m
Choatar at 8.18 and 10 ot . m . 13 to. ft in and
Laavsi Baltimore for Salisbury and InUrraedlate
itAUoni m aaa avnd a.ts n. m.
Leave Baltimore for Dover and Intermediate Sta
llone, at 1 10 p. m.
TRAMS FOR BiLTIMORL
Leave Cheiter atS4Sa.rn.ItSn m
Uav Wilmington at S 00, I 3S a. m , 11 M, 4 10
p m . and 1 00 a. m
FREIGHT TRAINS,vnthpaeMiu;erear attached,
will run as follows.
Leav Philadelphia, for rrryvHl and lntnn
Jlat places, at .Mp m
Leav W tlmtngton, for Perrrrlll and Intermedia
at places, at S.W p. m
Leav Vt Umtngton for Phlladstphla and loterme
Mateplaeeat4p. SUNDAYS Only at 4 a. m and IS it , from Phlla
lelphia to Baltimore
From Philadelphia to Wilmington at II and It
m n. ,
From Wilmington to Philadelphia at T p m and
U nop, m.
Only at 8 So p m from Baltlmor to Phlladet
marlS-tf WM 8T AK.NS, supn.
ARRANGEMENTS 1 Q0
BW YORK MNKB.
rHX CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND PHILADEL-
rtflA ADU TltKNTUN HA1L.1.UAU t-UJUTA'
niOJf WILADXLTHIA TO SKW TOkK
AND WAT rLAUES,
Walmwt BLreet Wharf ait Ka
airngtoa in pot,
WILL UUTB AS FOLLOWS. T1S 1
A. M , via Camden and Jersey City-New
A. M , via Camden and Jersey City.
Morning Fxpress ....
A. M , via Camden and Jersey City
WUUI 11CBCI "
at 11 A. M ,vla Kensington and Jersey City;
M 11 M , via Camden and Amby C and
A Accommodation .
At 1 F M , via Camden and AmboyC and
A Express ......
At I p M, via Kensington and Jersey Cityi
Washington and N. Y. Express -At
Sv F..u ,vfaEenaUgtonand Jersey City
At IIXP.M, via Kivslngton and Jersey Cltyi
Southern Mr 11 . . . .
At IX (Night) via Kensington and Jersey
Cltv. Southern Exorsas
At S P M ,vtaCamdeaandAmboy Aceom
modatlon (Fttlght and Passengerr
ist ciasa uoaev
M .1am tloket
The 8 16 P. N Evening Mall and the I M (Nlcht)
Southern impress will run dally, (all others, Sua
WASHINGTON AND NEW 10RK.
Laave Waahlngtoa at a and It IS A M and S and
Lt New York at T and 10 A M aad 1 to aad
11. SO P. M
Fifty pound of Baggag only allowed eaeh pa
ogr Passenger are prohibited Irom taking
anylhlag a Baggag but tblr wearing apparel
All Baggage over Any pounds, to be paid for extra.
Th Company limit tnalr responsibility lor Baggag
to On Dollar per pound, and will not be liable for
any amount beyond 100 Dollar except by special
contract. WM. H OATZMLr, Agent
January 0, 181.
LINES FROM NEW YOftK ron PHILADELPHIA
From foot of Cortland street, at 13 m , and 4
via Jersev Cltv and Camden atlandloa m .
andllSOn m v la Jersev Cltv inrf Kemlnston
From foot of Barclay street at S a m an lip m
rlaAmboy and Camden.
From Pier No 1 North River, at 1 and 6pm,
(Freight and Passenger) via Amboy and Camden
ALTIMORK AND OHIO
In and after.l ULSDA Y. Auruat 1 1th. 1BU. Dallv
trains will be resumed between Washington and
Wheeling and Parkersbnrc, and six between V ash
logton and Baltimore, as follows
FOR PHILADLLPHf A, NEW YOBK snd BOSTON,
Leave Washington at Sand 11 16 a m ,anl I and
On fluodsy at ssop tn only
Leave at s so, a oo aQ J l i s m and o, sno
and .S0 n. m.
On Sunday at 8 a m, and lands wp m only.
FOR ALL PARTS OF THL ULS1
Cara leav Washlnalon at SO a m . and 1. 6. and
.aop m., dally, except Sundas On Sunday, at
This Is the only route bir which basxaae ean be
checked through from Washington.
FOR WASHINGTON AND THL SOUTH,
Leave Baltimore for U ashlagton at 4 XI, 8 and
10 a. n , and I 60, 6 aad 8 p m
On Sunday at 4 so and 8 oo a m , and ft 00 p m
The third and fifth trains onlv irom Baltimore
and th llrst and fourth trains irom Washington,
stop ai way poiuis
Lava Baltlmor at 8 a m and ft p m.
Leave Washington at 8 a m and ftp m
No train for Annauolis on Sundav
For further information, tickets of every kind,
to., aprly to G N Koontz, Agent, at Washington
Station, or at the tleket onto
Master Trans portion
U M LliLK,
aptt II nral 1leUt Aa1
PROPOSALS FOK IIOHbES,
Lavalhv Dvai.au, 1
OrKLOl Till. CHILf 0,UAnTI.nM VSTlvB,
Wasiiimotov, I) C , August IS, I6tt3
PROruSALS are solicited aud will be received
at this office for tbe furnishing of t-WALHY
HORSUItobe dr live red at Pittsburg, Pennsylva
nia Ihlladelihia. Washington tit), hvraense, N
, or Indiana) oils, Indiana
Prooosals will be considered for the furuJihlnz
of Horses In lots of not less thau twenty Hve, (JS
Ihe Horses to ( from niteen (16) to sixteen lib)
hands high, irom rive (ft) to nine () v ems olJ, well
broken to the siddle. lodh actlv built, in food
flesh, and frre from all delects
Ihe ability of the bidder to ftinil hli agreement
must be guaranteed lytwo responslt Ie ersons,
whose signatures must leapt ended lt the guar
antee Tie rcsnonsih Illy of Ihe guamutiis iiuot le
shown by the ottloial trrtltlvale nl t) e l lerk nf the
nearest District Court, or tl Me I'liltid States
Lsi line c Auvnifj
Proposals must be addresiFJ ta 1 icntciiAnt Gil-
onel t, U Rawtrlle, IhUf QuartrrDiattcr Lnvalt)
Bureau, and be Indorse I on the envelope lPrfio
sals for Horsbs " UG SiWTKLLI,
i,ieui coi aud thlrmuattcrmaslri,
eulS-tf Cavalry lhiieau
TUB W1DOWKD IIWOR0.
They hav seat me th sword that my I rave bov
On the field of his young renown
On the last red Held, whet hi rat was iIH,
And the sun of hla day want down
Ah ay with tear
That are blinding me eoj
There 1 Joy In hi years
Though his young head be low;
And 1 11 gate with a solemn delight evermore,
On the sword that my brav boy wore
' fwa for freedom and hem that I gav him awsy,
tike the son of his raee of o1d
And, though aged and gray. lam childless this da) ,
He Is dearer a thousand-fold
There's a glory above him
To hlJow his name
A land that v.111 love him
Who died for Its fame)
And n solc will shin when my old heart is soi e,
Round the swor 1 that my bm r boy wore
All so noble, 10 true how they stood, how they
In the battle, the plague, and the cold;
Oh, ns brat ely and well aa 0 er atorj could tell,
Of the flowers ef the heroes of old,
Like a sword through the fo
Was that fearful attack,
That so bright er th blow
ionics so bloodily back.
And foremost among them his color he bote
And here Is the sword that my bm e boy wore
It was kfndof his comrade, ) know not how
It Is more than the Iodic to met
ie know not how kind and how steadfast or mind
1 he soldier to sorrow can be
Ihey knew well how lonely
How grievously wrong
Is the heart that Its only
Love loses so youngi
And they closed his dirk eye when th battle was
And sent his old father th word that he wore
During the late gabcrnatorlnl atoms, U was
boldly asserted by tha Union men that Judge
Woodward's political sympathies were with the
South. Keftronco to prove thl nsstrtlon was
made to some of his speeches, letters, and con-
vtrsatloDs. His friends boldly denied the alle
gation, aud during the canvas his Up were
uosuu, dui mo company no kept was suinrient
toghe hha a bad poslllon before tha people.
no voiu mu ovtri di mo great oiaio 01 renn
sylvanla that after tho Ucctlon he would ci
press his opinion on the present state of the
country, eince 1110 election ne nas spoken to
tlio cHlieua or that CommonweaUhj aod. v UU
shame be It said, ho lias spoken with the sacred
tnnliiQ of a ludire of tho 6ntrome Court urxin
hi ehoaldcra. He bss spoken tn accord sneo
vtlth Ibecharire tnado Btralnat him durlncr tho
(umpstgn. and In sympathy with tho roods and
traitor of the South. We maintain tint what-
ever has a tendency tn Itnpedo tho effort of tho
Administration to crash this Infamous rebellion
U nld and sympathy with and for tho rebels.
Judgo Woodward, In the recent deelslon pro
nounced byhIm,Judgu Lowrle, (another de
feated candidate,) and Judge Thompson, a
majority of tbo tourt, declared the conscription
act passed b) Congreos unconstitutional. Tho
effect of that decision, of course, Is ad verso to
thu war policy of tbe Government and must bo
tn favor of tbo traitors.
Tho opinion pronounced by blm Is much
more like a violent political stnmti speech bv
a Copperhead tban a logical, calm decision of
a judge, whoso mlud should bu fruo from all
passion and party feeling. In the flnor and
. sua! hu manllcstcd for Uls party, be declare In
u atti,iou tnat .. , ttojtnt instance tn our
tUtvrv vr lejiUaliOH forctnj u gnat ounltnon
I it.. - tt "ri. t, !-.. ir...AX -. .. -i.-
did nut utter a in on) Inflammatorv and r.li
M s en U incut. It Is not true thatour Uovcrnment
at any time hirlslated to oppress the poor, b it
23 It always Incline In their favor. Thcru la not
a more nuuiaue tiOTcrtiment in too world thu
00 1 ours. Besides, thu lacts cut Inly Ignore thol
uceiarution or Juugu vvoodnard. 'llio same
thu late cauvass lurtuusjlvaulubyuvurypetty
Coj perhead stump speaker, to arouse the minds
of the peuplo agalust tho Gov eminent. A o are
sorry that Jndge ood ward laid aside his dig
nlty on this occasion, bnt wo rejoice that, after
tbu 1st of January next, our court will budtf.
icremty coostiiniva. N4TLV ania.
What are Our People to do for Food I
Theru Is a section of country perhaps a huu
drcd nil It .,uaru ljlng west and south of this
cltv, which Is completely exhausted of food of
vvcry duserlpllou. lor near threo ywars paatt
cither tbo Federal or robU armies bavo ton-
"""J i" ,u t-uuu.it-ui iuuuuu, uci-
vidvu, auiui4, av IIUVQ tl illldUJ, ClflUUni, '
Fnlrfav, and, perhaps, ono or to others
During this whole time tho amount of IboiT
I reduced In this tine section of toui.tr would
hardly bu suHlcIunl to subsist thu fuw people
who remain lor a period of six mouths f
during me most picuuiui season or thu year.
At present thu country Is completely exhausted
or all thu necessaries of lire. As well almost
go Into a barren wilderness where tbo foot ol
tho whltu mau has uever trod us for one to go
lulo this section of country In search of food.
j ti itomo oi tuu counties mo majority or tbo
people hav u for mouths pal beeu subsisting
on rations Issued to or sold Ibem by w hlchevcr
ol thu two armies might bo In their vlelnlt).
A gentleman of Loudoun county caltud upon
in last night and furnished us a very desolate
1 leturool tho condition of things in tbatcouul). i
o bulnes whatever is doing at Lcesburg.
There Is but ono store In tbe place, and all It
common couiu ou tarneuou one's usca. ineru ,
U nothing tusellanywht.ru, and nothing to buv I tt cry for the freemen who fell ou thu field al
with was there uvtr so much to sell Fresh Gcttvsburg have appointed that the ceremonies
pork I worth u0 per hundred uett In tJoutbem "ball take jlaco on Thursday, the UMh f No
bank monc), and f M gross tu tho ssmo kind leinbcr, IMid ,.,,,,
ol curreuej. fcv cri thing else bears a like t ro Ihe duty of sieclully Invltlug 1 artlcs to p.r.
ih)1 tlou iu price. Should tho two armies ro- Uclpau has teen left to tho coinmlttee, I ul tin.
main Iu their 1 resent Position durluir tbu attendance oftho surviving l'cnnsjlvanla sol.
Icouilnir vvluur theeu uuoul will bucomucllud
1 1 lw their homes nud seek lood tlsewhcre,
lor suirlles cannot be permitted to Lo sent to
.. .. ...
tuem. Aitxtinaria &iu Juiirn u. - eue "u ""v " r1""1 " a
, . bodyj and, as a mark of respect lor the mem
r -- a - a - 1 1 n . . , .. oTj of the dead, aud as due to tho solemn pur
To be Shut as a Si r.-l bu ft heeling InttlU. of lb( ddy a u ord(,rcd lhat lbu nttfOMi
ytneer, referring to the announcement that ' flag shall bo placed at half mast, from sunrise
Cait. William I. Gordon Is under seutcuco ot , to sunset, at nil armotlcs, arsenals, cncam(-
d.-th-t rnrtMiIhnrv a f .inrwiomt- ... m.Bi "(1 ulbtr mlllUrj lOStS within the
death nt tort Mellcnry, a a Confederate spy, 8ut and lhat JurlDf; thu day tbe tLmal dc.
eajst I j arluicnls of tho blatc (Jovemmtut shall bu
tiordon tormeil) edited a taper at 1'srkers-, closed.
burg, and at thu time nf thu breaking out of ' U) urdu of Amjubw G. Clutin,
thu war he edited lh.it rabid sheet called thu Governor and Commsuder In Chief.
Clarksburg JitylsUr. lie Joined tbu rebel arm). OdUlali A. L. Klbsill,
and somu mouths a 'o hu returned to llarrlsou
county as a rebel ) and sought refuge in a
houftO about beveu miles from Clarksburg,
wberuhls v ifo whs eluping, Somu soldiers
dlscocrud llist Gordon wus In the house, aud
a s.judwa sent lo snest him. 1 hu faintly
Ucuiud all knowledge of him, ati I iho soldiers
were about to leave, wheu some una sugLc&ttd
nu exauilnuilon ol tho floor of lliu house. Thu
examluatlou was accordingly made, and dor
dou h us found to Iu concealed underneath n
Irajt door, cure fully concealed by Ihe carpet.
The Mr)laml Legislature.
HjIIi Lruuches ol lliu Mnrvlaud LtgMitturu
have a clear inujorlty In favor of calling aeon
vetiliou to msks Marylaud u frvo State. Iho
folbniog is a ilas&lrJiatlou of thu members of
the Seuaiu uud House of Delegatun, according
to their understood oj lulous uu tbo great iuc
lldi ot the tl iv i
Stmt r lloute,
l iilori and Lmnmli aIIi ii iu n
Lnloii leilsel to luiivriitluii i t
tnlyn uui led I .. t, t
Ifiuo rata srd aver) i m
I i .1 In
It 111 In m fill j lliu abov v Ibnt Iu (he naif
li nuuit rs out of Jl, and In thollnuvc SJ nut
of .4 tlcdgMtnvotf for i ronrrnthn It I
pre to 1 that moii iif llifi I'ubm uu mi pi U t
mo unl ki1nd to l tnenllon nil! U.;l-
vote loi it
FKOM FORTRESS MONROE.
General Butler Will Punish
Disloyalty in ma Depart
ment The Rebel Aullioritlts will not Rtv
ffh- ProTlslous for Inlon
DESPATCHES FROM SOUTH
MEADK AND CHANT ADVANCING
Prisoners and Wagons Captured
at Bayou Sara.
iuHTUSs Moxiok.Xov. 10 The followlog
general order has been Issued:
HEADUCAa-rcas Defabtmeht )
or taomiA ako NotCahouka,
loamtss Mokroc, Nov. U )
GiHtral Order, 0 SI
lUprcscntatloos having been ruado to the
Commanding General thut certain disloyally
disposed persons within this Department do
occaslonally.by force.lnterfere with, and b op
probrious and threatening language lusult aud
annoy loyal persons employed In the uaict dis
charge of tbelr lawful occupation: It U hereby
announced that all such conduct and language
la hereafter strictly forbidden, and will be pun
ished with military soerlly.
All o Alters In this Department ore directed
loorucrino arrest or ana to Dring such per
ons as are found oltendlnir acalnst this order.
before tho tribunal established for tbe purpose
of punishing ofleuic w Ubln this Department,
Bv tommandof Mai. (Jeo. UtTTLEK.
I The steamer Convoy, uhlch left here U&t
Saturday with provision aud tlothlug for our
soldiers held as prisoners In ltlchrnond. re
turned todnj, brlulug back the prollotis
Col. Irving wcut In charge, and was refused
the 1 rlv Ucgu of taking tbe rations to Richmond.
Thu Petersburg hxprett November id, sa
"All quiet on tho Its pi dan."
The ltlchrnond ixntuul. of tbu 1-Jtb, says It la
believed that Meado U advancing, but so slow
ly that da j s may pass before an enirsirement
may taku place, it may bo ho contemilatea
trying tho Fredericksburg route, as tho Yan
kees have been seen near Hart rod's Church,
cliiht miles above Falmouth.
Atlanta, Nov. 11. The enemy Is ad audug
bis line of works around Cbattsnooga w Hh new
batteries. Everything is quiet.
' Seven Union soldiers, captured at Stitlolk,
lat Tuesday, bav u arrlv cd at I.lbbv rlsun.
ciiablhii"', .iut. i- a miui jroiu unucrj
SI in L tnai Htiilniiiwl lit tint mtitti nf tiarf ti an.
ira'cd In mountlnir auother heavy iruu on Hut.
tery Gregg, aud several Vankve wcro carried
I r ou litters.
Mub LT, Nov. 1J To Otiural i. lovirt
aat-nea in yuneruav, auovo uayou cara. ou
plundering party, of Yankees, threo huudred
strong, ana urove mem 10 ineir iron ciaaswiui
great slaughter. Uo brought olf their wagou
truins auuo irisonets,
Da user II. Maiui, Major Geueral.
The Bombardment ot Charleston.
I rniLAPELPUiA, Nov. IT Tho Lotted States
steamer Ashland, Captain tullng, arrived this
evening, seventy hours from Hilton Head, via
fllono Inlet aud Morris Island. Sbo brings a
mall and dispatches from Ueucral (J 111 in ore
1 '1 hu bombardmt ut ol Sumter continued.
Ou tho 15th lustaut. In latitude 31, longitude
, sne skku l nuea Diaics bicjmsnip tvej etonu
State, steeiinz souths est
Ihe same night, near Capo Halteras, I evrlug
uortnnoruincst, ttiusan tuusteumsii p ru too
U V XtKa UK 1 UM1 1X1 O VKU JJtt
, . - - . -- , .
I Great UfOWCl at HaiTlBnUrg
IlLVUqeAaTARS PLKSVLVAklA MlLIIlt i
AUtTAKTGlMHai DLrtaTNLM, J
lUaaisBtiiu, Nuvemb r IT, I1! )
i,tnral (Vdrc, o tl
Ihe committee In charge of the arrange
inents for tho dedication of tbe national icm
dlers of thu war and of thu wnr ot ISU, and
, with Mexico, in 1SW, would be so apiroiriato
and acteptabloaslo jutllfy tho expression of
.......... I-I, ik.l I I. As .1.11 tin ..... I.. ..
rnlf Xdeu uia. uv. 17. Gov. ttuvmourar
rlved hero this evenlog en route to Gettysburg.
A lariro crow d Is oontcreiiatlns at Harrlsburc to
1 articlpate tu tbo ceremonies of dedication of
luu uiiouui ccmcier), on iuur&UM).
V special traiu, with Governors aud their
suite, will leave HarrUburg nbul liHllidt I
to morrow utUrnoou.
Jiincllou of Hlirm(iu, lorces wltli tit
A nu) of the limiberlwiiil.
I.ueisMlLE, .Nov. 17. UU. rim dattdvew
terdsj, Irom thu head iuurui ol lliu Vnuv ol
lconecu, la(cs that Mj r (teutral ahcrmau
waslu Major Ueueral Thomas' lieid lusrtcrs,
bHlug made a J unit Mi ol bis cutliucuri
Willi Msjoi General Grant'-ilbi
ItHNTCKl-K.TtfWDHlUJii N 1UK lUvil HILL
B.MC H has alroadv Iun asicrlalued lhat
llvu cotiuterUll t W bills ou iho IUuiMU UhuU
weru tassid In this ill) vt.urdai). One was
ret eh nl at thu touiilur ot thu Millolk llankj
ouuiillhe IHrtikBUtiu llankilwiiut GUUrt'Kj
miltuu lv aiiotlur Irokir Thu counterfeit
whs ditiiUd ut tbu Jutlolk Hunk V few mill
UUSdllrr olio UU lm I' ettl euhilULt 1 thelu ti)
a rtiuiutr, wltlDtit evcltltig u IcTou, unotlu r
laIlutrl aiearolat ihotounu r an 1 oirrul
two of tlif I 111. Ibf tdltr thtvubt tlun
might be something wrong, an 1 ipus'loned
him Atlern brief parley In which tho strnn
l.it anld the bills wtro pasM to blm I y "t
Huvtrlilll mail," tbolalltr went out to lln I Of
person uunlloiitHl, leavlugthu bllUUhin I, m I
lie tvHO in t neli iL,aln -intvn Jeroltt, Ui?
Libtt. Fkamc Browivbxl, of Troy, who wss
transferred to the regular ary for his connection
with the Ellsworth-Jackson ad sir, has been placed
on the retired list upon the recommendation of an
examining board, which was recently In session
at Ullmtoftoa, Dclawat The reason Is Tor psr
tlal loss of voice.
FlKST LlKLTEHANT JodErU J. KxKIS, SOV
en t j. first Ohio regiment, found guilty f forging an
order, detailing him to go from Louisiana to Cin
cinnati to arrest deserters, has been sentenced to
serve three year or during th war as a private,
In such regiment as th Ceneral commanding th
Department might designate, and Gen Durnslde
selected the Twentieth Kentucky regiment, and
ordered the oSender sent to It under guard Tnis
Is the tint instance of commissioned offlceT in
our army of the rebellion belns; reduced to the
C. M'Clisk, belonging to an Indiana rcrt
neat, who was taken prisoner In one of the dee
I erate charges on Tort Wagner, ht been s srtrd
to deain m a rebel hospital in ftoutii Carolina.
Est tun am J. RtsEca, while removing thu
body of a friend from a cemeter , in Portland, Me ,
last week, was killed b) a grate stone falling on
Da. Ml coo wan, In reply to an Inquiry rt-
pcctlng the comparative jnsceptlblllty of different
rices ofnen to the effect ot toedletoal agents
stateathat tha Chinese, Japaneae, Ualais, Hin
doo and American negroes are more susceptible
than whit men. Dr Wilson hi stated that th
Indians, among whom he prentice medio Ine. re
quire from three to Lie times larger deses than
Victob Madillc, the founder of tho nurM-
knoun Jardln MablU, is dead. He gradual! A
M lnth col eges in Paris and took the degree tn
law, then he became a ballet dancer, made a goo 1
dealofmone) at Lisbon) and openel the dancing
garden which bears hla nam, and from which le
annually draw a large revenue He was only il
Tuos. Lattov, of rilts burg, hi debited
from tbe arm) several times. A week ago Le mi
capturcJ, and resisting the olTUer wis teirlbl)
beaten on the head with a hilly His menu wete
a lowed to tsVe blm home. Yesterlsj week
priest was called In and th physlelan In charge
thought hcoufd not live through the night U
Monda), however, Thomas was again uilsstn
LATLST .tKUS FIlfM TIIK HOI I'll.
The following extracts aru from bite Kkti
I1IOM NORTH EKN VIHOIM1A
The Richmond Iwvi.. of tho 13th nj
Vdvltes from Northern lrirlnla kavu no
donbt of thu fact that tho Federal ami) undu
(ten. Meadu Is advancing upon our forces with
a view to bring on a general engagement, w inch
will probably not be decllnc-d wheu the iroier
time arrives, rroni present Indleallous a lew
m ro days w 111 eerro to bring into cOllisiou tbo
contending font. Meade naa already cstab
llsbed bis bcadiiuarters it Calpetcr Court
t Louse, whilst ms wnoio army is known to uo
south of tho Kappahannock. HI advance
yesterday morning was several mlleb south of
thu Court House, moving In the dlreetl m of
thu several fords on tho Ki idan.
THE SKIHMISU AT COVINUTIIV, VA
Relative to tbe fl j, lit between Av trill ou I lm
bod t ii, the Khhuioiid ntthrr nf llif I (th
The Tankee-s advauct-d, It accms, upon Co
Intou, where Ira bod i was, and aftir h sharp
skirmish thu enemy fell back. Information
reaching Imboden lhat tho enemy was being
reinforced bu fell back ou thu da; of tho ttnki
to Goshen. Thu cueiuv not receiving hU niu
forcemenls, is reported to havu contluuetl htit
retreat, so that both forces were rvtreatiug at
the same time. It was rcporttM, however, that
llio enemy did make souiuahow of pursuit aftci
he had learned that Imboden was retreating
botuo doubt exUts as to whether Imboden h
ruall) w ounded. Our Informant, who saw him
st Goshen day beforo eslerday, states that it
he Is wounded, tt Is vcrv alight, and d s uor.
allett tbo performance of his duty.
Tho Rich moud Dispatch sasi
Ibolalcat rej-ort irom Averlll iu Green), rler
states that he was retreating and our forcca
weru slowly following. Iho los cf (tetural
Lchols in his engagement on Thureda), N put
down by onu writer at ISO, aud by another at
JOO, most of them mlssiug, bdiIujju hivo
come In slncu the tight. Tbu engagement ws
mainly au artillery duel, and thcru were no'
uuny killed or wounded on either bide
NOHTII CAROLINA ELECTION.
r The i'etersburg hiprttt sa)st MTlieconocrv
ativc or iohco men nave earned i.eaen in the
Iih district, Turner In the&th,Christiso iu tbu
ilh, sud robably Logan In tho ttlu.
TUE CA1TLKEU DLOCLAUE KtWtli
1 hu h juircr notices the eauture of the sUim
er li. F. Let, aod saysi "Her lots will be seii
uusly fell. ho had made many trl had
pronaoi) pam ior ucrsui several tiuitsj but
her lobs Is none the less to bo regretted ou tun
THE TEUEHAL ttllilONE.tt IN Hit II MO D
Luder this head ihe hnquirer rt rint sul
cudorscs an article from thu Dispatch ith iu
fereoeu lo tbulieatmeut of colon j rlbouers
1 tie Pidputch s arlltlo jsj
'If we srebtarvlug oui-Bilvcb, how hdko
keep tbvm Irom btarvinp ( Rut lliu truth ti.
lhat though straitened Iu our own means el
life, wo aro doing as well for cur risoners as
OuroMu tuotlo,at wokuoiv ol out ow u pet
boual kuowlede, are in aouiu cates dculud
meal for their own families, Lee jus it Is dj
tcbssn fr the sukces "
A Yol o Man Maiuueu in a Conlci i tii
loon A tojoe msD.aonof a rcspcetable farm
er, of Luzerne eouut , rcet nil) v Ulu d t his e ll ,
auu in iu rounas aroppca into a ry uteri i
loon. Uo wss well dressed and iikh I
have been brought up cartfulh, mi nhiced
sHoudegreoorreducmcnt in hh ajie'iraucc
He had been drlklng before he entered, aud, ut
thu solicitation of oueol tho waiter girls look
lo drinking more, tfhe drank, aud vneouraged
the outb to drink with her, and tin ill) she
dared him to marry htr Bulug excited with
strong drink huatu i tud the ckallcugu &ho
rcllltu ior her Ilia hi mm uuuuu, uuu uu i vi
loufid i.pr. Thev brouirht up at an Alderman s
office, w here, it is said, they w ere legally uui
riCU 1 lie lUUUp aliuu ufv . wbw ? vi aoa, .ul u i
possession of hi faeultle left lor tarts un
known to his trlde, and Uu uu since h ui
heard ol hv lit r. AItfL;iAfa .!.
Vn indlvl IujI. who ilaluied lo be Culoutt
lUon ol (tcueral (Iraul's start," has been li
Ibis city lor a few davs past, but lufl rather
suddvul) ou rhursda), to tho asionUhiutut ol
tin co gelilltuieu vthu bavo teudeieil to hiui
certain civilities and jecuular) Hiiuiuniodi
lloiiH during his sojourn lu town 'kipi
feioed t beau engineer on Geueral Graut j
btatf, aud claimed to havu mlued Mekkbur
llure U no doubt of his mlulug pioelhitlo
an I as un eugluutr of his owu Jrtuuio, h
p n'kctses undoubted abllllj , Hv made thu un
lortuuttlu attemit to become a irocuiiaou,
which luid to certain Invistlgatiou which Iu
dueedhlm to lake uu carl) train Nobolj i
badl) lujurcd ly his vUU.-fui MurJtj
.tttii J UtUttfr
VMAVr TlUPEK tjENlENCEIl JltdO Cllf
r I In the I tilted dtateS Circuit Court veeU
iv 'ivirru!td ihu motion of the counsel fit i
jw trlil ! iin Kellev, of iew Rwlf n I, oh
i tr mnl lb a ne evlbnea in favor ol ihilr
h ut ha I bin u discovered since bis conv ictlon
. . ...i ,. ... I li.aunft BOntilnnttjl tn I n Iml p!l
jail W ft A tIU UV "M ...VU. ... - V "!
nm i In ludham jail for Uu term of four jcars
Uiid nl nitlug out the ship Pahmsroo, atew
Hull id, for lliu slave trade ltt It ruW, HfA