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THE NATIONAL BEPUBLICAN If lo W Tflfetfi jutw or XBVxj&iieixa. THE, DAILT nTtiOHALt JtirtBLIOAJI IB Oil ,!, Urn sv ...tl.M oee ,,, fr .ar,,.. - tflYeYtAre.tt.e'ari MX) published every ansraeea (SaaiAys excepted) by W. J. MtraiAOH Oe,, (So. all Nlatk slreet,) aa Is fnraiiksd to ear nWrtbers (bj earrlers) at W eente per nwith. MsJl inbssiiaers, $i,00 per aaaan; $1.00 for six months, aad 11.00 or Ureeaoalha, lnrarla WyUadvaiie,, i Ob. m laie, six eUrs ... '.Ie) 1 Iverr etaer da AivavtlaaiaeaLa. U er MIL aJAltloaal. TOii a week UtiiUuiuU, ,? IT f in r wmi Hliunu. Editorial aotleee 90 eeite Je '. MttrltMr. lion. Local iotlcee IS cents per , each laser llo. "' IieM iim r lees oiiiilow aware, 'AdvertUemeats akoald e kaaie la by twelve VtlecV.,n. ' ' ifivri Dief ie copies s eenisu TaiWiicLV Natioval RirtTSLtoAH Is cub- VOL. V. Ushed every Friday nernlagMpo tepy one . iij WASHINGTON. I).- C. SATURDAY- EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2. 1806. AT0..230. 7sr. eA.tAi, nree opiee oJW.ycar. vw.iwi ien copies one ypsr,ia: 00. . 'i r .it)nl ,U mlol. hiloH.')' Y A J'l i ' ' fi J I ' Vi 7- fi ito wmmmmvmi -mmmnmn. T !J- .1U ' ,.----.., . vBBSTa aw r7T7iiv tn - ' ii II A. X lii'l O A. X . 0 ?JI0E BALTIMORE AIID OUIORAb- ivitttiiHt. DtsvaaerlS. ISM. oii4ifuinj(DAT Sioht. vi. it, ism, JHssMferTrsta.WtvHmTWaldaftemaad Bel. tlmore will raw as renewal1 , TRAIH1 MOTUtO 0TH. We. .4-B1li0M. WAT 8TATIOH ASD BABBIIBDllO TBAIM Ut 'rTesalejWA 6. It a. ra. Arrlva al Baltimore . 00 a. ra. Ksl-t-WlW TOEK"'AHD rnlLADILPHIA IXFBMSiLaaveWaealaftoAT.BO i, m. Af tin al PMladelpMe 1. 65 p. a. ! Mew Tgik s, SO p. m. Be Baltimore Ueketa sold. ' Be. S. BAITIHOHK ABD WMTERHTBAIH. -Ihti .Weaaln,tOB S. 19 a. m., etopplaj; it weratatteae, e.nctllt It Baler with lha Uall Trala lot lea West, ul reaching Baltimore 10. 00 Wo. 4. WW TORK HAIl TBAIB. Leave WuhlittOBll.lt a. ra. Arrive at Baltimore It. al p., m. I'hUedslpkla t.87 p. m. ( Hear XeC.fc'-l&WiM6Bl TRAIN AHDWATSTA TIOMS. Leave Wesnioirtoa 3.00 p. U., . Uonal KelaTvlta WerleaOe.B, Arrive at Balilmor. 4. 4.1 p. in. Mo. H.-BA1.TIAIOUS COHUtrrATIOK AND FUILADIU'UIA TBAIHUave Washlactoa 4. 30 p.m. ArrlveetUaUlmore.10p. m. Thlt trail ttopt at Btedeae.arg-, BellsvlUe, Lenrel, aid Aaaapolla Jaaetloa oalr. No. T.-SqaTOM, ,ALBAI(T AHD MW TOBK KXPHX98 THAI K-bin Waahlo (tea . 00 p. m. Arrive at New Tore;. 00 a. m. .Halls aid pa. Mlfri 1)1 tills trail MHtcl with all tin early moraine, Uiu leaving Mew York for lh East, North aid West. No Philadelphia aid Haiti, mora tlek.ti. old trlhU tmlB, which Is limited In cspmUtdv Government ordere, to Insure tho nillfo J7 " No. t. BALTIMORE AND UARUISBORO TBAIH-Jmv Washington at t.4tp. m. At. rive at Baltimore at 8. aJ p. m, No. . NKW YORK, PHILADELPHIA aid WUTERN TUAIN Uiti Washington at 7.30 p. m.,, stopping at Kelav Uonse (or Western passengers to takt Espreea Trail forOraftoo, whMllDiri Parktnbi, aid all polita la tha Wit. Bnohai Mw York at . 15 a. m. Jar Aaiapolla tha aoaaactlous will ba nada wUhthal.lt a. m. aid tha 3 aid 4.30 p. ra. Ina Waihlatton. No trail to or from Aaiapo tla qn Soadar, SDNDAT TRAINS. Tha oily train, from Wahlatoi for paaiaa tars aa Soadaj ara tha 8. It aid 11. IS a. w. aid 3. 00 p. m. for Baltlmora. aid 7. 30 p. m. for Baltlmora. Vhlladalphla, Naw Tork aid tha Want, aid tha . 00 p. m. for Naw York ohlt. TROM BALTIMORE, tha on jr train, oi Son day ara Ho.. 2 aid 4, at 4. SO a. m. , aid a. to a. ra. , with tha Naw Tork pu.aig'sri aid mill., aid tha No. 6 at 3. 30 aid Ho. 8 at 6. 00 p. m. Blaaplif can dlract to Naw York oi 7. SO p. ra. train dillr. Through ticket, to tha Wait, aa wall aa to Philadelphia, Naw York or Bo.toi, cai be had atthistatloa Ticket Offlca at all boiri lithe dar, aawell ai at oew office li the Amerloai Telegr.ph Bonding, l'enn.yltanla ateiua, be tween roar-aid-a-llalf aid Sixth .tree!.. Baggage will be checked at all hoars t ileo for through polafr,to"si,Te trouble aid cooiastoa at tha departure of the tralaa. . For farther leTarraatlai, tickets of er.ry kind, Jko. , ipply to George 8. Kooits, Ageit at Wash ligtoi, r at the Ticket Ortee. W- V. SMITH, Uaster of Traa.portatloa. L. U. COLE, dalt-tf General Ticket Ageit, lULADBLPUIA, WILMINGTON, AND BALTIUOUX RAILROAD. T I M K TAB L . Commencing MONDAY, December 19th, 18U, trails will learo depot, corner of Broad street lad Washllgtoi aToaae, aa follows t Express Trail at 4. OS a. ro.. (Uondajs ex cepted, ) for Baltimore aid Waahligtoa. .topping at Wilmiigtoi, rerrjTllle, llaire-de-Oraoe, Aberdeen, Parrymaa's. andHagiolla. War Atatl Trail at 8. 13 a. in. , (Suldajs ex.. copied,) for Baltimore, etopplix at all regular statlous, collecting with Delaware railroad at WUmligtei for Htlford, SaU.uory, aid Interme diate atatlois. Express Trail at 1.15 p. m. . (3uadys ex apted,) for Baltimore aid Waehlagton, stepping at Chester, Wilmington, Elktoi, Perrrnlle, aid llaTra.da.Qraee. Express Train at 8.S0 p. m. , (Sondsjr. ex cepted. ) for Baltimore aid Washington, stopping at Wilmington, Newark, Elktol, Korthet, PerryTllte, Uarre'de-Oraca, l'errymai's, aid aiagiolla. Night Express at 11. IS p. "., for Baltimore aid Waahligtoa, stoppllg at Chester, (on) J to take Baltimore aid Washlogtoi passengers,) Wilmington, Newark,, Elkton, Northeast, Per rrvllle, aid Hasre.de'Qrace. Paiseigers for fortress Monroe will take the 8. 13 a, m. trail. ACCOMMODATION TRAINS 8topplor at all statloas bstwaea Philadelphia aid Wllmlng. toi- LeaTO Philadelphia at 11.00 a. m. , 4.00, 8.30 audio 00 p. m. The 4 00 p. m. train cennects with Delaware Railroad for Mllford aid liter modtataelatloas. Lesre Wilmington at 7. IS and . SO a. m. , X SO and 8. 30 P. m. . TIIROUQIl fltAINS FROM BALTIM0R8 LaT Wllnlogtoa ttl3m.. 4.21, 8. Si and 8. M CHtkttt TOR PniLADBtrniA LeaTe Chu MtHA 10. U ft. .. USUt 3.13, 4.M, 7.30 ani 9. 06 Pa in. SUNDAY TRAINS. Kxpru., Train at 4. 00 a. m for Baltlroor aad Waahlastoa. topping at Wllmlagton, P-rry-Yllle. HaTrd.OrK, AUrdwo, Perry man' ftitt lagoHa. Wtpht Ezpreai ftk 11.13 p, ro for Baltimore and waahlBfitOD, itopploff at Cho-Ur, (for Ualtl nor nod WashUgtoa pa.s4i.gtri, ) Wilmington, Newark, Elkton. Nortb-Eait. WrrjrvllU and UaTre-d-Orac, Akimmodtrtyn Train at 10 r- m. for WU mint ton nd War Stations. BALT1UORK FOR PlULADKLPntA. LoaTe 'Baltimore at 9.1) p. m., utoppln? at naTre-deOrace, Perry y I Me and Wilmington. Alio itopa at Elkton and Newark (to take pae aenferefor Philadelphia and leate pat.en(er ftom WfteMntftondr Baltimore,) and Chester to leaTe paaiengere from Baltimore or Washing. Ion. UtTt Wilmington for Philadelphia at 0.30 P' lioM BALTIMORE TO PHILADELPHIA. Leaye Baltimore 8.2.1 a. ra.. Way Mail; 1 10 p, m.t Kxpress; 4.z-i p. m. , way Train; v.so taafa, Cheater at 8. OJ.a. a., 1.60 aid 11, SO Lairs Wilmington at 0.13, 9.40a. m., 5.15, 4. 68 aid 12ip. in, VKEiailT TRAIN, with passenger car at tached, will leave Wilmington for Perrsllle aa. liurmeaiata siatiais ai 7. no p. m. Janll 11, r. KEMNET, 8npertiteident. laxrnxjss. A DAMS EXPBKS8 COMPANY, J. OfEICS 614 PENN. AVENUE, WASHIXQTOV QlTT, I. 0. OREAT EASTERN, NORTHERN, AD WESTERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS. Uerchandlse, Moner, Jewelry, Valuables, Notes, Stock., Bonds, ie , Forwarded with SATETT AND DISPATCH to all acees.lhla sections of the countrr. ThU Com G isnj las Agenclee la the principal railway ,owna in the HORTU, EAST.WEST.AND NORTHWEST , Its principal oftlcea are WAaiUNOTON. D.O.,NEW TORK, BOSTON. PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE, UIN OINNATI, ST. LOUIS, LOUIS VILLE, LEXINGTON. Coeaecttoaa are made at New York and Boston with Hues forwarding Ie the Cauailas and to tha Brltl.h Provinces, and with steamship Unas to Llverpoot,Sonthampton and Havre,and thence by European expresaee to all promlnentcommer. elal towne In Great Britain and oa the Oontlneut. Collection ef Notes. Drafts and Bills made at all accessible parts of the United Bute.. C. 0. DUNN, Agent, Jell. Washington, D. C. 307 KIDWBLL A IIENDBKSON. 367 PAPER HANGINGS, WINDOW SHADES, SHADE TRIU1IIN08, Jelling At REDUCED PRICES, v 817 D street, near Ninth, , TraaklU Ball Balldlig. t All work la their line executed promptly la III CITY or COONTSY, 1 173. ly llAlJLlVOAOaj, J8GT AHRAHOEMXKXB iQiia HSW jf.OBK 'la'lHI.q. iT TBI CAMDEN AJfD AafSOY ANDT!aitAtte PHIA ASD TSEKTOH SAltEOAD floWPA aiw LINES. '., FROM pniLACILPBIA TO NEW I ORE and way ruon. FROM WALKDT ITKXET WBARF AND KSNSINQT01I DEPOT, writ, liavx Al follows, vu t Fan. At 8 as m. , via Carad,A and mboy C. aid , A. ACMmmodatlon. ..... ... $118 At 8 a. a., via Camden and Jersey City New Jersey Aecvmrewdatloa,. t.123 At 8a, m.iivJa Caradaa aid Jersey City ' Morning Express 100 At 8 a. m. . via Camden aid Jersey City , Id Class Ticket ill At Ha m,, via Kansligiod. aid Jersey City Express. j. .....j 100 At 11m., via Camdea and ArnrSJy 0. and A. Accomraodatloa....iis..... 123 At S p. ra. , via Camdea and Amboy X aad A. Bxpnac..,!.... t..... 100 At S p. m., via Kensington abd Jersey City Washligtoi aid N. T. Express.. 100 At 4V p. m.f'Vlai Keiatuxtoa aad Jersey City EveaUg Usll.V... 100 AllUp. M.t via Keasllgtoi aad Jersey CUT foulheri Hall i 100 At 1U (Night,) via Keisligtoa aad Jersey city douthara Express i. J. 00 At 6 p. ro. , via Camden aad Amkoy Ae. eommodatloa (freight aid passenger t) 1st elaae ticket,,.. lit 2d class ticket.... 1.60 The 8.18 n. ra. Eveline Halt and the 1.S0 (Night) Southern Exprec. will run dally, (all ethers, Sundays excepted.) PHILADELPHIA AND NEW YORK LINE8. Leave Walnut street wharf at 8 and 8 a. n.. . 12 m., and 2 p. m. Leave Kensington Depot at 11.16a, fit., 183, 4. SO and 8 43 p. m., and 11 60 a. m. (eight.) The 8.43 p. mi ilia raia dally J (all others, Sundays excepted. ) NEW TORK AND PHILADELPHIA LINES. Leave foot of Barclay street at 8 a. m, aid 2 p. m. xrom root oi loruana streci si 7, n. ana itr a. 1 12 m., 4 aid 8 p. m. , and II night. The 8 n. m. 11ns vans d. Ilv i fall others, finn- dsys excepted.) ' . 11, UAiiaiaii, Ageni, Philadelphia and New York Lines. PxiumtJHU, Dec, 2J. 1863. , deal G KEAT PENNSYLVANIA ROUTE TO TBI NORTHWEST AND SOUTHWEST. i CON AND AFTXB DECEMBER 13, train trill leave Baltimore, from North Calvert Station, as followi t FavtMeU, at 9.20 a.m. narriathorfrAcrommodatlon.. 3 p. in. an9 ana rumuarftn ibxpreai a p.ni. lltubnifhand iUmlra Kxpress 10 p. m. THE 9.1A A, H. TRAIN FROM WASH INQ TON Uonnoc u ifiib tba 9.W ft. fa. train rrem Bai tluore t llttstiarifh and , tbe Went, and forElmlrts ttnffalo.UocbenUr. pnn kirk, Canandalgua, aad Niagara Falls, and Tor New Vork CU. TnE 4.30 P. M. TRAIN FROU WASHINGTON Connect with the 0p. m. train from .Bal timore tn IUUtmrfc aad Erie THE 9.49 P. It. TRAIN FROM WASHINGTON Connect will, tne 10 p. ra. Expr fron ttalUniore- and rnne tbrongh to Pitts bnrgh and Elulra. without change clears, connectipff at Plttsbnrgh or Claclaaatl, Cbleauo, and St. Lonla, and at. El ml ra for Boffkle.-Jtochss Ut, and Syracuse, ONE THROUGH TRAIN ON 6UNDAT, Leaving Washington at $ o'cloek p, sa, SLEBPINO CARS ON NiailT TRAINS. SoldiksV Tickets at OoruvmuT Uatv. LOW FARE AND QUICK TIME. WFor Tickets and any Information apply at the oOceof the Qreat Pennsylvania Routs, cor ner Pennsylvania avenne and Sixth street, under National Hotel, and D pot ltonie. No. 463 Cstreet, near New Jersey avenue, Washington. J. N, DUDARRT, Saperlntemlent N. C. R. R. K.J.WILKINS, Passengerand Ticket Agent. JNO,QXLLETT, Passenger Aent, Cornsr Sixth street aad PennsylvanU avenne, d23-tf 8TEAM8HIPH. N EW YOKK AMD WABUlBUTUti STEAMSniP OOUFANY, (OLD LINE, ) BKTtflXX NEW YORK, ALEXANDRIA, WA8HINaTON AMD 0E0EOET0WN, D. C OCEAN 8TEAMER9 BALTIMORE, REBECCA CLYDE, AXS EStTIRE, IX COXXXSCTIOX WITH IXLAXb STBAHKRS aEOROE 11. STOUT, UAY ELOWER, AND ANN ELIZA. Reiular Balling Days TUESDAYS and FRI DAYb, at 12 m. , from foot of High street, George town, and Pier 18, East River, (foot of Wall street,) New York, for freight or pas.sge apply to C. P. HOUUilTON, Agent., foot of High street, Georgetown. M ELDRIDUE & Co., Agents, Prince Street Wharf, Alexandria, JAMES HAND, Agent, 117 Wall street, New York. freight received constantly and forwarded to all parts of the country with dispatch, at lowe.t rates Je22 A TLANTIO SIBAMSUIP CO. '8 LINK .AA. or SCREW STEAMERS BRTWXIX NEW YORK, WASHINGTON, ALEXANDRIA, AND GEORGETOWN. STEAMERS E. R. KNIGUT, Captain J. J. Masol, JOHN GIBSON, " J. li. Kslly, Lsave Pier No. 12, North River, New York, at 4 o'clock, p. la , Tuesdays asd Frldsys. Leave Uuow 's wharf, 1U7 Water street, George town, at 9 a. m. , Weduaadayeaud Saturdays, for Ksw York. , Freight received dally, haadlea la the moat careful manner, and delivered with the greatest dispatch, at fair ratss. Passsge and Staterooms, with snporlor accom modations for comfort aad pleasure, direct through from Washington to Aihuoy, Troy, aid baratoga. Tickets good far either light or day steamers, St. John, llendrlck Hndson, Daniel Draw and 0. Vlthard, on the Hudson river. Through to Providence and Vo.toa by the aplendld steamers of tha Neptune Steamship Company, and to Portland hy Cruinwell'euld established line. For Freight aad paaage, apply to W, It SNOW 4 CO., 107 Water strevt, Georgetown, FLOWERS & UOWEN, hi Alexandria, Va., ii. n. cnouwhLi, & to., CD We.l street, New York, Passsge and State-rooms csn be engaged et tee Company's Office, 211 Y street, ketweau Thir teenth and Fourteenth, Waahlagton, D. C. Jeo-d . TOIIN R. ELVANS & CO. O 87 LuuUlaua aveune and S03 0 atreet 1 WASiuauTun, u. v. psaLxas tx KEG HARDWARE. CUT NAILS-Ftilshed, 8 to 134) Fence, S to izu ; uox, o, 7, va. CUT SPIKES 1 to 7 Inches. umauu naiLa. PKE88ED AND ))0AT SPIKES, BOKsJE SHOES, Birdsa's Govsrnment, No. 1 tp8Bardea's City, No. 1 tool C, and ., No. 1 to 4 1 Hire Shoes. 1. 2. 8. BOR8I NAlLSartBa's, 8lo 10; Putnau'a, e to lot rutaam'a. "A," AL.1UI new iioauen, m iu i 'American, "110 101 pU TUUCItNETOAflui PIIOPOBAIjS. t AitOE OOVERNMUMT SALE STEAMBOATS, WHARF-BOATS. II ARC E3, AND OTHER PROPERTY. Qbiitissustix Gixhal'i Orrici, I wismnoTox, DC, July , Ufa. J Sealed Prepoealaare latlsedaaaVlrlll ba re- eelved at tha Tjlaeea. and nntll the date, herein J 'after: hetaed, for the 'purchase of tVe following- aaraea -, , . . STEAMBOATS. WHARF-BOATS, TJABOES, aid "i other properly. ATUTTL ROCK, ARKANSAS, UNTIL MpX "'DAY, SIPTEDEUII,llM..forehe Mae-wneeii Ovwamer euavenpoTi (ivrry-BKNii;, ilttircu,iv was, Stei'n-wher8teametl Convoy,1 No. J, registered uiciens, , ' Whloh can be seen at LITTLE ROCK. ARKAN ' SAflifntU the day of sale. "'''" AT.VICKBnURO. MISSISSIPPI, UNTIL FRI DA.?". 'T MPTEMDKR ifl.HM.,for Screw Tn; Delle Darllpntonrefllred 84 tons. One (1) Wbarf-boat, 79a tons. One 1) Wbatf alroat, 797 tone. Model Barges Porter Rhodes and George D.lLv Clane. Nine (9) Oanwale Barg-cs. Forty (40) Coal Doata, , One 0) Tawl And one (1) Floitlnft Dock. All or which can be seen at VICKHBUROi MIS- SlbSIfPI. until the dy of sU, AT NATCHEZ. MISSISSIPPI, UNTIL MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 12 M., for One Wharf-boat, 700 tons. Model Darge Motile, five (5) Gunwale Barges. Three (3) Coal floats All of which ean be seen al NATCHEZ, MISSIS SIPPI, nntll the day of sale. AT NEW ORLEANS, LA, UNTIL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 13 m.( for tbe Model Darge Mulligan, and one (1) Coal Boat. Which ea be teen ai PORT HUDSON; LA., until , the day of sate. For the Wharf-boat Natchei, 700 tons', and two ft) Coal Boats. Which c can be seen at BATON ROUQE. LA., until meaay oi sale. ALSO, for thfl Sl.lfl-wbtet Steamer Colonel Holcomb, (Imlld- Tng,) registered 220 toos. Slde-wbeel Steamer Illinois, registered 600 to an. Sldewheel Steamer W. B, S&vory, registered 62 tons. Bide-wheel Steamer J. M. Brown, registered M9 tons. Sldewheet Steamsr A. 0. Brown, rtgtstered S29 81dewbeei Steamer 6hlo Belle, registered 200 I0DS, Sldewbeel Steamer Mustanff.reglstercd 178tofas. Sldewhcel Steamer Saint 0 Carle-, registered 37 tons, Side-wheel Steamer Diana., registered 780 tons. Side-wheel Steamer E. II. Fatrchllds. registered e.11 tone. Blds-wlisel6teamerJ.lt. Adams, reglsUred 637 tons. 6ldewheel fiteamef Swftierland, Tegiitered 419 LAniv Sternw.ieel Steatner Ida May.reglitered IW tons Bient-wneeiBieamer lowa, reifisteroa 4njions. Sternvv wheel iStealnsr Altamont, re-Ktitesed 92 tons, Stern-wheel Steamer DlcVTnlton N. 2, regis tered IIS tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Colonel Benedict registered 181 tons. i Stern-wheel Steamer Colonel Cbandlar, regis tersd 20 tons. Stern-wheel ateamer Cornle, registered - tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Lltsle Davis. tedsUrad ' Stern-wneel Steamer Colonel Chaptn, rogt.ttered tone. Screw Tog Leviathan, registered SSI tons. Screw Tug Dlnnle Banks, registered 32 tons. Screw Tog Baltic, regiiitered 113 tons. Serew Tug Captain Pllklns, (now bonding.) Screw Tag (no name and now bulldlnir.) Screw Tug ueorffe E. Tyler, registered 118 hons. Serew Tug America, registered 416 tons, bcrew Tug Hancox, registered ISO tons. Screw Tug Admiral, registered 10.1 tons. Screw Top Oladlator, registered 171 Ions, Ceotro-wheel bteamsr Kepper, registered $1. toos. Centre-wheel Steamer General Ransom, .regis tered 101 tone. Ceatre-wheel bteamer Colonel Colbnra, regis tered 91 tons. Model Barges Nos. 10, 11, and Abbey. Canal Boat Rosalie Ten (10) Oonwale Barges. Twenty-four (2t) Pontoon Boats. Four (4) Yawl Boats, one (1) Sail Boat, ene (1) Metalllo IWat, fire (6) Skiffs, and ono If set of Ways. All or which can be seen at NEW ORLEANS, La. , until the day of sale. AT MOBILE, ALABAMA, UNTIL THURSDAY, OCTOBER. 12. 12 M.. for tbe Side-wheel Steamer Laurel Hill, reglsteretl 7SJ ions. Side-wheel Steamer Warrior, registered 466 tons. Side-wheel Steamer James Battle, registered (.1 tons. ' Side-wheel Stearnsf Ariel, re wist red 30a teaui. Side-wheel Steainor N. W. Thomas', registered an tons. ' Side-wheel Steamer Starlight, registered nitons. Side-wheel bteamer Iberville, rrglsterf id fiOJ tons. Side-wheel Stoamer J. D. Swain, re gists red 227 tons. Stern-wheel Steamer Jennie Rogers, registered MS tons. Stern-wheel Steamer R. B. Hamilton (sank, ) reg istered 190 tons. Screw Tug Perry, registered 1M tons. feerew Tug Alph CntilDg. registered M tons. Screw Tag Blossom, registered St tons Model Barge Ford.Casal Bost Oolden Era, Canal Boat (no name), forty (tO) Pontoon Bargos, thirty (SO) Tawl Boats, and three (3) Sectional Docks. All of which can be seen at MOD CLE, ALABAMA, until the day of sale. Persons making proposals for more than one boat or barge, should iflve the name r number of each boat ar-fcarge bid for, with price pro poted (o beftveu fpr each. Each envelope containing; a bid should be sealed, and the name of the bout or barge, or de scription of the property, endorsed thereon, and addressed to Brigadier General L. B. Parsous, Chief of Rail and River Transportation, In care of the officer tn charge of river transportation at the point designated for opening bids The Government reserves the rlg-hi to withdraw any of the above property, and to reject pro posals If deemed too low. Payments to be made In United States cur rency, upon the acceptance of any proposal, aud prior to tbe delivery of the property, A full descrlptlou of the property nay' be ob tained on application to Colonel Arthur Edwards, asblstant quart-rmattter, St. Louis, Missouri. By order of the Quartermaster General i LEWIS li. PARSONS, Brig Oen. and Chief of Rail and Klver Trans- prialLoo. aum-is p H 0 P 0 S A L B H 0 P 0 S A L 8 F U It, 0 U A J,. Bl'BKAV Or OaiNA4CE, KCB, ) AYr UKPAHTXKJiT, v asuiiiuTt'i, f. I'.jAuymi n, iso., j Sealed Propoals will bo received at this otttro uutll noou, vu WEDNESDAY, September 7, l&tU, fur I he di livery, at the Ordnauce Yard In this rtty.or .SAO tons of tbe best Cumberland dual, and 1W bushels of Charcoal, for ordnaniw pur poses. The above coal to be of the baet quality, and subject to luspvctlou before acceptance. All of the coal to be delivered liy the 1st of Oc tober, 1S65, free of expense to the Government. aui!s-aUwsep7 Ott P HANS' COURT. AniraTlA. lfiiU. DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, WAbHINOrON COUMTV To Wit; Tn thecaseofTbeodoreF Stokes, administrator of William It. lemosi,deceaaed, tbe Admlnlxtnitur aforesaid has, with the approbation yf the Or phans 'Court of Washington County aforosald, up appointed SATURDAY, the 9tb day of Hp. Umber next, for tbe final settlement and dis tribution of the personal estate of said de ceased, and of tbe assets In band, ai far as the same 'have been collected and turned Into mousy : when and where all the creditors aud heirs oi said deceased am notified to attend, (at the Orphans' Court of Washington County aforesaid,) with their claims properly vouched, or they may otherwise by law be excluded from all benefit la said deceased's estate, provided a copy of this order be published onee a weelr for three weeks tn the NatioraIa KtFUf.i.jcAy pre vious to the said 6th day of beptemlter, 1863. Teat) X. 0. BOBBINS, aulfi'WSw Register of Willi. From the Evening Post.) nuitriivti riiE dead. Come boys, lei hi bmry'wr'deed together, Let ns bury oar dead together; Thobatlle. field's clear and the batlles are over, And It'i beautiful sunshiny weather. Together they He, like brothers asleep J Together, lke brothers asleep; ivu caii usiuiy auaiaguif am, ufuvj iiuui iuo ZTtJ In this bloody, Immovable heap. Look I here Is a ''Yankee and here Is a "rV ' WlttLthelr hands ea4 clasned In each other's! Tho' as fomnthet,f'jeghtt It Is certain In death i ney taongni oi eacn outer as eroiaers. Abd hero ts a "Yankee and here U ' rreb," And between them a can of stale Water, As II ono hid beenrtvlarf the o then drlalc. Jthe midst of the tcrrjbje slaughter 1 Aklwer Is a wonderful leveller, boys, TTA'v-ArtAiiaiaaVI.A'ai a.l.A a.lk .H.rl.s.l.aJ .! avw siaai.avs u sav as n asu, U(aiu vis. a a. as as avvu IllaU, And bow yen poor fellow with head in the ditch is aajtooti as, mo man mat ontranxea mm. And war lea wonderful thing, anyway, And a Carious' method of rlghtlntr A wrong tei mak peaceable fellow like ns Bo ttle.q uestloni o( state by hard Ugh ting. But thAt'a the way all the world oyer, my boys, V. iV.il.il.. ....II II..M..I.I.... a, us., luets a, uv iv mj sv.ii aiisj itviiu U1i, 8 1H ul be lambs mow tbe Wolf is well gorged Ad gJbsck,totbe fields and the clover. Ah, n)vsr mind, now, If yen fought right or Thabic pod w ere onco more together; une oonniry Dctwoen ns, ana one nag adovo Floating free In this sanihlny weather 1 Roa boys, let ns bury our dead together Let us bury vur dead together. And with them we'll bury unklndoess and strife And be friends now, 'tis sunshley weather. T, T1IR TltlAf. OP IlHNliYIVIIlZ. UNiTEDtJTAfES MILITARY COMMISSION Ok. w..wallack, President, Col. N. P. Chipuav. ( T-. ,A u--.i- MA, A. A. Howl,'! JodgeAdTocates. Yesterday,4 alter our report closed, james lion Ait- was sworn, and testified that he enteredthe Con federate service as a private, aad was afterwards romoisd. to mcddu .icuieuani in ioe aa ueorgia teserve. Was at Andersonvllle from May to fho 13th of October, 1SBJ Was afterwards ap pointed assistant provost marshal. He had sent prisoners under guard to Captain Win, who bad control of all the prisoners at Andersonvllle. The thirteen prisoner were then sent by Win under uara to me Dianas mini aoop, wiin a vernal or er to have balli and chains ret on them and collars around their necks, which were con nected together. The blacksmith said the Irons were not ready. Next day witness saw the men come) from the shop wltb the Irons ou them Frenchy escaped the first day, but was recap tared. Captain Win lode over and ssid, "It Is thatFrenchy (using an oath) who hjupscaued, tie sent, tonne uogs, ana went wun tnem, nn foot, down to the branch, when the doge Went one way and Captain Wlr another. Win found Frenchy Witness heard the dogs baying around tree, and saw Ttrencby In the tree. Witness looked for Win and heard hlra flro off his pistol. Witness raw that tbe pants' on Frenchy were torn at the leg. Botuf of (he officers said be was bad ly bitten WltneM very frequently heard Win say ho wished the prisoners were all In hell, aud be wnu tnem, 'ijye won. a occur whenever me prisoners would provoke Mm. By Mr. Baker: Witness did not know whit be came of Frenchy finally. He escaped six or seven times. Turner was a detailed soldier, and owned the bounds used to trail prisoners ' Win bad to use all the meaqs he resorted to to prevent the escape of prisoners, , JUDGE DAKlCLKALt. Was sworn, and testified that he resided tn Macon county, Oeorgla. He was there during tbe rebel- non ana naa vtsiiea inn prisonireqaeutiy rrom August, 1864, to April, 1845, First saw the pris on tn An 2 Ust. It was then1 literally crowded with prisoners. They-hadibut little shelter; In f Act. none until In December, 1804, There was great mortality among tbe prisoners. Witness inferred that Captalu Win was. In command. Saw CaDtatu Wtriln an office which had over tho door. "Officer In Command of Anderionvilla Prison. "' Witness obtained a pass from Wirt In the office to enter inesioqiraae in oetoner, i&ft. Heard a surgoon complain to Captain Win that the guard TUIItU UUI ealiun eJslAJ 1U B1C( 1V rlJc.aiUJ Willie out a txMS from Caiitaln Win. Captain Win re piled that tbe guard did right; that he had no husineas in tnere unless ne uau a passirom mm. lltere was an act of theCoDfederAtevJongreHS re quiring persons to pay, as tithes, qua tenth of ell the product raised on tbe farm. The Georgia Legislature passed a law, the. second year, pro hibiting persons plantlnir more than two acres nf cotton id tho hand. The Government slautrh- tered, at Oglethorpe, In October 1SU, from CO.OOO to 10,000 hoad of hogs. Each county had e warehouse, where the county tithe collector would have all the produce oollscted, and from them It would be taken to railroad depots almost s fast m u was collected, iw Mr. Baker: Oen. Winder said the Ander sonvllla nrlion was built to accommodate 10.000 prisoners; bat that It became unsafe to retain prisoners In the Richmond prisons, la conse quence of raids then being made by Kllpatrlck and Dahlifren. They were accordingly sent to and crowded U tha Andersonvllle prison as fast as postlbte. Winder said he was sorry the prison had become so much crowded He also said he tried to get timber for prisons and shelter, but was unable to do so. lie asuea witness to go to Or let home and try to bay several frame bouses there which he learned were empty. Witness went, but could not purchase them. By tbe Court; Witness wai a native of South Carolina, but had resided In Georgia during the fisst thirty years. The prisoners were deflcleut u shelter, aud had none but what they construct ed themselves, until Docember. The rebel troops had better shelter than the prisoners had; they Had Lruwi sueiier, anu some oi mem log .ems. The Commission, at Ave minutes past 4PM adjourned to this mornlns at 10 o'clock. Genkral SnERaUn oil tne Right op Cox quest. General Sherman delivered a speech so mo days ilacp at Lancaster, Ohio, at a sol dleri picnic. After treating; on several question.), ho proceeded to consider the prop. er civil status of the rebels. He defined It af follows: 'When the rebels venturoa their all In their efforts to destroy our government they plodgod their lives, their fortunes, and their saorod Donors to ineir cnano. me govern mo nt accented their wager of battle, lltjrite when wo conquered, wo hy conquest galueJil all thev had their property became ours bv conquest. Thus they lost their slaves,' their mules, their hOnc. their cotton, their all: and even their lives and pergonal liberty, thrown by them into tho Ittsue, wore theirs only by our forbearance and clemency, liy this right of conquest we own this ground wo utaml on to-uay, conquered irotn the Indians, the Shawneee. I bcUe.e. ' 'The stnto of Ohio is ours by conquest from tbe French and bngiisu. "to, poldlers, whon we marched through and conquered tho country of the rebels, wo became owners oj aji tncy nan, nrju i uon't want 6uto bo trouble J in your 'consciences for taking, while 'on our great Wrch, the property of conquered robots, i Hey forfeit ed their rights to it, and J, being agent for the go eminent to which I belonged, gao you authority to keep ail tho quartermasters oouun't takoTwpcei-i.on oi or umivi want.' Majoh 10. W. Knnv, Puymaiter I'ntted states Army, who, togctner wim his clerk. was lost on board the Ill-fated stenmer Drother Jonathan off tho California coast, wu at the time on hU way to Oreiron and to Washington Torritory to py off the troops stationed there He had tn hji possession $200,000 belonglpg to tho Uovernment. Jn the dining-room of the yrluolpal hotels oi nuiftuck'et is postea a nptice 'uei will pieaso o arrange themsehes as to pre) sent a1 festive appearance." I, inimii Riadiko matter on every page. DEATH ON TUB IIAIU Tho People, vs. tha Ilallrc-sule UiU of rrtlculsvre, Li'jf of raittftltH on railroad in the Uftited aiaiei since January i , isod. iAMUABr. Dolt. aams o Railroad. XtlM. WudfJ. t Michigan Central 1 .Kew Jersey.... ,j 1 2 o Morris and saex, K.J 1 'T" 7 uaitimoreaadUhto 4 2) ft Hadion KlVsri 1 M 1L Norwich and Worcester..... I ' 14 Cleveland and Toledo 1 40 ltt Laekawanaand BloomsbttrB;.. 1 7 16-Catawlsst. 1 llv Ohio and Mis. explosion of locomotive, .. .,,- 2 1 lfr-nodion Ititer 0 ltu-IndlannCeatrali. 40 IS Cleveland, CoUiabae and Cln I H ID Corry andTltasvllle S 10 HluUfK and Irle n..t..-- I Itl Northern Central. ..... ... 1 2l-PhtladelphlaandErI . B SI Iron Mo an tain, Mo 1 S 21 Pennsylvania .... 2 2.U-nhln in.l Mlitli.lnnl o 3S KnoxvllleaadChaUanoega.... 4 171 SS-hlo and Mississippi 40 23 Indlai spoils and Cincinnati... 30 23 Covington aad Lexington. ..., 6 20 Nashville. , 1 6 2ft Pacific 2 30 Galena w- 20 .11 Hnfsou Klver. 1 31 Cleveland and Toledo...,.... A ToUl, (20 accidents) ....SI rinacABT. 2 Pennsylvania, explosion of lo comotive,. ,. 4 4 Marietta and Cincinnati 11 4 Pennsylvania. 0 Baltimore and Ohio 1 ft Ohio and Mlstlsslnnl .112 U 12 5 1 20 a) 2 io 2 7 4 0 20 23 1 3 1.S Baltimore and Ohio... 1 1.V-New York and New Haven... , 1 St. Loots and Chicago 1 16 Ohio and Mississippi... 16 Louisville and Chicago alesgo. .. 1 .1ft .. 1 10 at. urate ana unicago, 17 New York and Erie... 21 Pittsburg and Erie. . 2 20 PUtshurir, Fort Wayne aad unicago t 21 New York Central 24 Long Island 24 Pennsylvania 2 2u Hudson Klver 1 20 Knoxvllle aud Chattanooga... 2 27 Cleveland and Columbus 1 2.' Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and UUlCatro t 1 IS Total (21 accldciUs., ...42 MARCH. 1 Nashvllteand Chattanooga.... 3 2 Pittsburg", Fort Wayne and Chicago 1 3 Opelousas, La 10 7 Camden and Amboy 7 S Hndson River 2 0 Tludon Klver 0 brie 3 10 Long Island 10 Ohio aud Mississippi 14-Krle 17 N. J, Contrail two accidents) 4 17-N. J. Centralj In one day 3 20 New Jersey Central.... 2i Terfe Haute 2 New York Central 2 20 Knoxvllle and Cattanuoga 1 Total (10 accidents)...,, 3-1 AMI ... 2 Indianapolis and Cincinnati. .. 3 6 Charleston and Memphis 2 7 Baltimore and Ohio 4 10 N, Y. Central explosion oflo- co motive 1 12 Cleveland and Toledo. ..,,.... 1 13 New Jersey , . 22 Cincinnati, Hamilton and Day ton Total (7 accidents)., ...11 MAT. 9 Hudson River 1 10 Bsltlmore aud Ohio 1 11 Erie 3 If BAlllmere aud Ohio 2 10 Pennsylvania. IS Chicago, Altoaandbt. Louis explosion of locomotle 1 21 CltyVoJot, Va 6 20 North Carolina 2 30 Clevlasd and Pittsburg 1 East Tennessee and Virginia.. 2 Total (10 accidents) ,....sT " " JCJH," 1 Erlo , 1 12 Indianapolis and Louisville.,. 2 12 Explosion of locomotive al Frankfort, Kr S 13 Baltimore and Washington..., 2 17 Pennsylvania 17 New York Central IS Chattanooga 1 1ft Pennsylvania 22 Erie 22 Ohio and Mississippi 4 24 Philadelphia and Baltimore.. 2o Washington 1 27 Kutland and Burlington 2 2S Mobile and Great Northern.... 2 Total (U accidents) Jt'lY. 1 Hndson Klver 1 New Haven 4 Northern Central 4 Mississippi and Tennessee,,., A At Cent roll a, Mo 7 Michigan Central 1 7 Mobile auiTMontgomery IK New Haven! 20 Ohio and Mississippi.. 21 South Side 21 CentralOblo 2'J Camden and Amboy 21 Cincinnati, Hamilton aud Bay ton 31 Mississippi and Tennessee..,., M 1 Total (14. accidents) Aim t. 2 Pennsylvania 4 Ohio and Mississippi.,.., It Norwich and Worcester., 10 At Mateatlu. Iowa ii 4 2 1 . 4 10 Atlantic and Qreat Westuru explosion of locomotive 3 11 noasHtanlc 11 17 South Side 2 21 Chicago and Northwestern,.,. 4 2"i Now Haven and btoolngton... 23 Old Colony .,.,,.,.. 24 Oil Creek 7 24 Plttsborx and Fort Wyne.... 2.! Nashville and Decatur 40 20 Petersburg, Va 2 20 Near Meadvllle, Pa 2 is Hudson Klver T 2v-Long Island Total, (17 accidents) frS Till. TOTAL tfLAl UITKK Total accidents lu c'h'ht month Total number of killed Total number of wounded 12- aWO l.lOi- Bstlmated, as we have not yet received full details haih new telegram from Nashville, however, gives a greater number of killed, tho last one stating that ''one of tbe car Is under neath tho others, In the bed of tbe river ' ' A Nnino Virew op Nieuko Strrnvnr The Colored Baptist Assoclatlon.whlch lately met at Springfield, III., have put forth a plea for the right of suffrage, In which this pas sago occurs For our part we cannot see how the Qo emment can afford to treat our people with Injustice, In tho reconstruction of the rebel lious States, It will take all tho wisdom and nil the . otes of all the loynl men of the coun try to avert the dangers and disgrace still threatening us. Once let the armies be with drawn from theo States, and they resume their relation to tbe Government, and they will not only enact suoh laws against the freodmen as to make them beg to be enslaved again, but with their increased representa tion in Congress, based upon the freedom of their whole population, they will coalesce with the Opposition party of the North aud repudiate the nation's debt Incurred In put ting down the rebellion, or compel the as auinpiion of the confederate, so that If the nation p&)s one she will have to pay the othf rtlio. "llV TBIiBOltAPn, From Fort M6nrs -JetT.'DATla iAfraln " Out of Kilter Fortbisi Moxhoe, August 31. .By dlroc lloni of tba Secretary of War, a board of in qulry Is called to convane at Vortress MonL roe, to InveiUgato the facta pertaining to tho managements pt uie noepuau at; vamp uam tlson and Fortross Monroe, past and present, The board eonsisU of Major J. S. Baker. Burgeon F. J. Bancroft, and Captain S. P. Corlls. They Hare apthorlty to send for persons and raperf that mar aid them to make a thorough Investigation. This board It anno in ted bv MnI. Gen. Mile. J e hen on Davis has an attactof eryslpelns lor tho second time. Tha first was Terj slight, but this ts mora severe, bat not serious. Clay's health Is Improving. Hallway A eel debt In Manaehttsetts. ' Bos-rrry. feentember 1. .Yesterdav after noon atflre coach, with a party of tweUe, ori Iti way rrotn Tjorell'i Corner, Booth Weymoathr to the beach at Cohasfet, In crossinfftho South Shore railroad track at West lllnnharo.rwhere the countrr road and railroad oroea each other, tha bona tnrned a little at the approach of ai freight train, when one of the coach wheels was eaught between the rails and wooden plan king of iua roao. inoow-catcher oi tne engine struck and shattered the wheels, turning tiio coacn oer on far. Loell, killing him in stantly. ovep, .others of the party were badly injured. ' From .agrFraTactBco. Sax Fjiancih-o," August 2 'J, The funer als of the late James Ne bit, of the Vnhttn, Captain Be Wolfe, and others, whose bodice were recovered from the wreck of the a team or Broth er Jonathan, took place in the different cnurcnes yesterday, attended witn great .sol emnity. Xno war steamer sarsnao sailed irora amu malt, British Columbia, on the 23d Instant, In pursuit of the Shenandoah. ThoSuwanee arrived at the same port on the 20th, and would soon follow toe Pnrnnac .Murder at Detllistni, Mass. BosToy, September I A horrible tragedy occurred at South Dodham last night. Ir. C. Marston and his daughter, an Interesting girl ten years of age, wore shot by Mrs Marston, the Doctor's wife, who afterward unUhed her dreadful work, by killing herself Mrs1. Marston has been sick for a number of weeks past, And has at times glrcn evi dence oi mental derangement, ana lor fed eral days past bad been growing worso. Tim Aaeaislu of Gen McCookStiot hy IUsGuanls. NabuvilIsE, Aug. 30 Capt, Kirk, tho no torlous guerrilla, who was o be tried hy court-martial lor inomumeroi uen. .hcuook In 181.1!, has been shot In prison by tho guards Visit to Aleck Stephens. Bohtox, Sept. 1 The brother of Alexan der II. Stephen.. In company with Col. John son, a menu ox botn oroiners, wens uown vu tort Warren tnls morning, witti a permit to visit the late rebel Vice, president. I llobe de Null. Vhen we first hoard this story It wn lo cated at Meniphls, Tenn. The Service Mag azine affirms It should be laid In Hunts. Hie. But while we are watting for thb parties themacUes to vindicate the truth ofhUtory or her story, as the case may be we mny at will enjoy Carl Benos' version "Leplda est hlstoria quam do C. ITudlo In Bella Afrieano n arrant. Kasslpoll, nrbe pritpotentl a nostril cxpugnnta, Audi us e maxima taberna se loca.lt, et Ibl recentus est cublll splendidlsslmo, e quo inulicros quicdam nobiles nuper otTuecrant, ruga repenting, ut pierumquq accmit, nonnuua ex earum supenectuf reJicla sunt; inter alia tunica feminea UomIna sum nomtnm 'Lotta deslgnata. Quam cum sub pulrinore repqrls set, Audius anolllatn Labernorlam sibi ad duel justly et ei, 'I fnquTt 'domino; tunlcam suam reier, oiuLosimui, w. auuu moremnon esse, talibui $ma, estlbustdum vncuojsiut aormtre. "Punt qui dicunt mulierum Ipsam rcdllse ut tunlcam vlndl caret, scd de eo nihil com peril habeo quod cortius loquor." A PisCATonr Biniajft Thoso ImlhiJ- uals who hoist in the seduotUo but be wildering ''tod" In injudicious quantltier, sometimes perpetrate a goml thing unwit tingly. A certain dealer in flnhing tackle. In this city, uses the first floor of his house as a store, white irom tho second story win dow projects a fishing rod and lino, from tbo end of which a huge gilt fish dangles In tbe air. A few nights since a party .cry much the worse for liquor wended his devious way along Second street, until ho came opposite this establishment, pausing for a moment and gating at the fish, he crept softly to the door, and pulled tho bell violently. Pres ently a head projected from tho second story window, and the following dialogue ensued Pishing-tackle man (In d lond voice) 'Who's there' What do you want?" Intoxicated party MllQsh-eh-sb, pull up, pull up, you've got a splendid blto, most magninshent fish I ever saw " It Is needless to say that the worthy disci ple of Walton went back tubed In a good humor, while the disciple of Bacchus mood on wondering with his muddled brain why the man who was doing this irrlnl midnight fishing did not pull up when he had such u splendid bite. .PAiA Inquirer. Drimo the reception of General Grant nt St. Paul, Minnesota, a hotel bakony, filled with womon ami children, gae wny. bey- cut cen persons were injurod, federal fatally TJ S. SEVEN-THLHTY LO.VN AGENCY W. T. S.MITHS0N X CO., UANKEKa, 224 Ualllru're street. UNITED STATW 7 jO LOAN A0ENT8, Alt Drnoraloatl jns of the 730 NOTES CONSTANTLY ON HAND. For Immediate delivery ; and ALL CLAUSES OK GOVEHNMENT SECUKITIES Hong ui ana som oa uoininissiou As we shall aire eur suae!..! s.ttntl.i in ...m PuribAso and bale of Uovuruiuoul btiurltlvf, v most respwctiuuy solicit your .irJor, v i, nati i um'.i av i ii Gold. Stocks, and Dunds llnirht unJ fc.ilil n Coutulsslou a.m rVllV. BAIaTaAHD nopsi U.rnuovi, 1 ' wrniiVVHis llUL&lj' KUeMUM), a a , Ubui A.iBii Tbeuudfrsilined takes hleinuro lusnnnnnr. tutt to tbt former friend aud patrons f ikU rAiuius itui e.i, ana u ir.in.uiui mibllo tmi erally, that It lift been KLFirrKDantt NF.WLY FUUNIbHKD THHOUUIIOUT tu -ijtijMrireut style, aud no pains or expense wilt be .snared to give satisUktloaUdfUimasUiUtainalutaln the iXuidaViV V8mF aofiB-iui u. U. MAINE CO, lMsi or General tloapttale. " Cnler Direction of Surgttm tf. 0. lUott, U, 8. a., Medical Dlrtcior Department of WaeAMfffott. I. Armory Square, Washington, D. C, Seventh street west, bet ween 0 and T streets sooth, In charge of Surgeon D. V. tUlssf U. S. V 3. Carver. Washington, D. C., Fourteenth street west at terminus of city railroad. In charge of Surgeon 0. A, Judion, U. S. V. 3. (J amp be li, Washington, u, u., oerenm street west, at terminus of city railroad north, la charge of Surgeon A. F.. Sheldon, U. B. V 4. Columbian, Washington, D. 0., four teenth street west, at termlnne of olty'rail road, In charge of Burg eon -T. U. Crosby, U. B. V. 6, Kicord, Washington, D. C corner Fourteenth street and MastachnietU avenue, In charge of Surgeon C. Wf Horner. If. 6. V. fi. Douglas, Washington D. C., corner of I street and New Jersey avenue, In charge of Assistant Surgeon Wm. Fr N orris, U.S.A. 7 Emory, Washington, D.C., near Alms house, east of the Capitol, in charge of .Sur geon IN. It. Mosoley, U. & V. 8. Fairfax. Seminary, Virginia, two miles back of Alexandria, In charge of Surgeon David P. Sujlth. U. S. V. V. Finloy, Washington, D. C, Kendall Grcon, Fourth street cast, north of the city, In charge of Surgeon G, L. Fancoast, U. S. V. 10. Hare wood, Washington, D. C, Cor eoran's farm. Seventh street west, In charge of Surgeon H. B. Bonteeou, U. S. V. II. Judiciary Square, Washington, D. C, Judiciary Sqnnre, K street north, between Fourth and Fifth streets west, In charge of Assistant Surgoon E. (Jrlswold, U. S. V. 12. halomrua, (small-pox,) "t asnlngtep, D. 0., Hock Crock, out Twenly-first street, tn rhargo of Acting Assistant Surgeon 1U J. Thomas, U. S. A. IS, Lincoln, Washington, D. C, one mile east of the Capitol, tn charge of Assistant Surgeon J. 0. MeKee, IT. 8. A. 14. Mount Fieasant, Washington, D. C, Fourteenth street, ono half mile beyond the city limits, In charge of Assistant Surgeon II. Allen, U. S. A. 15. Seminary, Georgetown, D. C , corner of Washington and Gay streets, In chargo of Surgeon 1L W. Dacaehet, U. S. V 111. Stanton, Washington, D. C, I street and New Jersey acnne, In charge of Sur goon Benjamin B. Wilson, U. S. V. 17. Stone, Washington, D. C, Fourteenth street, opposite Columbian hopUal, In charge of Assistant Surgeon 1. Glennan, U. S. V. It). First Division General, Alexandria, Va , corner of Fairfax and Cameron streets, tu charge of Surgeon E. Bentley, U. S. V. lit. Second DiIlon General, Alexandria, Va., corner of Prince and Columbus streets, In chargo of Surgeon E. Bentley, U. S. V. 20. Third Division General, Alexandria, Va , Washington street, between Queen and Cameron streets, In charge of Surgeon E. Bentley, U. S. V. 21. Augur General Hospital, near Alex andrlo, In chargo of Surgoon O, L. Sutton, U. S. V 22. Point Lookout General Hospital, Point Lookout, MaTytATitirtrcTAttrge or burgeon a. Uefeerl UJ B. A. ' ' v 21. Quartermaster's Iloipital, K street north, between North Capitol and -First streets, Dr. Lincoln in. charge. 21. Quartermaster's Hospital, CaVnlry Depot, Giesboro', L. 0. Osmnn. M. D. tn ehar- V rASHINGTON M1L1TAUY AND NAVAL CLAIM AOBNCV. C S. BP1DT, La toy f the I'd) Depart't, a s,ocxnrt LateCapt.tN.Y,lnr. I1UNDY A OURNEE, 22. Peuniylvanla avenue, (opposite WUIrd's) ORDNANCE, QPAltTCRMASTERS, COMMISSARY, BOUNTY, PACK PAY TRUE MONCY, BOSSES LOiT OR KILLED IN SERVICE, And all L'lalms salu-t the Government s)eedlly collected aud promptly remitted. afouoy advanced to OBlcersdnrlng settlement. Jyi-iy QLOSE, COettMITT AND WONUOE. JAMES T TLOsn, La to Colonel 16th Va. VoL , F E COKIILTT, of tw York, W. A. MONROE, Late of War Department. ATTORNEYS, V 8 CLAIM, REAL ESTATE AND lNbUHANCK AObNTd, fcOLlUIfOUi OF PATENTS. All Imslness entrusted to our care will be at tended to with prnmj.'oeiis .nd fidelity. OrriCK No. -J7 IVnusylvanla avenue. On-site Wlllard's Hotel. Jyl-lf WnsblDirtoD, II (' J)OBEUX LKKUil, (Late Solicitor of the Office of tbe Auditor of the Treasury for tbe Post 0(11 ce Department.) ATTORN S'EV-AT-LAW AND bOLlCITOU OF CLAIMS, Office. 476 Seventh slreet. Opposite the Post Office Department, Washington, D.C. Will practice In the Courts of the District of Co lunibu.tbe Court f CUlms, and the Supreme Court of tho United btates,and will give prow,1! attention to the prosecutton ef claims and tbe adjustment vf accounts la all the Departments of tbe ( "overnment Otace,47tt Seventh etrtet.oppoBlte Post Office Deuavrlment i deA JOHN JOLLl FHirK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. Office on tbe northeast corner of F and Fifteenth streets, opposite tbe east entrance- of the Treasury buildlsg, WatliimftouCtty, D. C. Attends especially to claims upon the United 6iau, JylJ ly iTLIAM ifKLMl 0 K , lnU CUU VUrk J-stMton Oflct.,) ATTOBKST AT I AW A Kit SOLICITOR OF CLAIMS, O trios. No, IS Federsl Block, cor 7th and F sts. . OrposiU tbe Post OtUce LqIUIor, Wahlnjton Cfty.D C. Will rrsctlce before all the Courts in wasniORton uuy sou imiu m ni iiiviiidi o, all kinds of claims atrAlnst the (jo vf anient before any of the Departmnut" KiriaKjrui'i: The tsenstorsand membsra of the tethCungreos, Mors Jat Cwitit U Co., aadL. JOBKSov aw , Hansen, .issutuKioa ny, v. u. epll-lf. J)KOP 08ALS FOR FUKLT II. 'I l iT UsPREiK3(TATlV.8. 1 Wtsmx .TrtV, D O.Hept 1, l(Uit Seal J uiupomls ttlUbo receUodat theClerk's nm Housh i.f rteiiresvutattves of tbe United I - iiulll HHDA.the2;Hhdaviif 8antsiiitsr A U 1m.,uI liu cloelitt.,farfurulsliiur for the iii oi lite lloiiso of Hepreseutatlves 7iM iou ii -!! Ibf , af hest Anthracite (leal, -iul to tL Usiltltaure Company 'eCual No. lorW's" Dill' KMrnrds of hest Baker's Pino Wood, (seasoned iO cords jf Koud Oak in lenKtlae vftuufeet 0 " ' lllckorv The whole to lie dellverod iutotbe vaults of th I adtlliytbe Hrtor ovembsr jusuiuAf, uudei t tb direction of thethlef Eiinirm-r, with whom sutWfaitory urrauir'menls uiu-t Ie msde for ucliclilui: aud uiLiuurtui; atlsftury Mviimy tor tbu pfriormauio of the toutiuct will up -quired Proposals should bo dirfited 'To tbo Clerk or tho I fount or Kcpr.-i.eul ilhes, ' and addresstid 'Proposals for tuiil " , .,. , EDWARD Msl'HERSON, ao-wlw Clerk of tbe HJ-U B. WRAPriNtJ rAPR FOR SALE AT Us office of tbe NitioKAi RxrusucAii, i i .. .