Newspaper of Evening Star, June 9, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated June 9, 1864 Page 4
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N .,1NG STAR -frpyRTfr? ftrxt Precinct.?J no- olaJ?? assault and hattery and shooting ball f?r court. Second l*recihct.?D. Anson, John Fenalts, disorderly military. Eugene Ste***8'""*?11 find battery; ball for hearing- Martha Wilson* larceny: tell for court. ? _ J Third i'recinet ? Richard a^#,? and Jmn Warren, disorderly; *2.56. H. A. .Smith, selling liquor without license; fW.45. Fourth /VecwNrf.-Wntt Taylor and Alfred Smith, buying rags without license; HflBOeneU Mary Boss, larceny; bail for court. John McC'ormiek, drunk; military. Wm. McDowell, do.- 92. Thomas keyhoe, aseaalt and batteo", bail tot court. Ellen Curren, Henry McO-ln* Maria MllleT, Joseph Linkins, disorderly^ f? each. Edward Haggefty, do. *l?0. Ellen Smith, de. and drunk; workhonse. Henry McQlne, threats; bail for peace. George t as - naught, violating corporation ordinance, f2. Thos. Mcdaun, drunk; military. ? Tenth I'rectnct.?Joseph Bamanges, disorder ly; *2. Elizabeth Oarrigau, do.; workhouse. Mary Stephens, disorderly and profane; S3. Matilda Ught, do ; 82. Michael Hall, disor derly: *&? James Thomson, asleep on street; dismissed. ?^"Oen. Sherman haying asked the superin tendent of his construction train what time it would take him to replace a certain bridge, and having been told that it would take at least four days, replied," Sir, I give yen forty-eight hours, or a position in the front ranks before the enemy" ' PMC8ICAL. BO?. ESPUTA Would respectfully inferm_the Cblic that be isnow prepared to five lessons Voaal and Instrumental Music, Haviagj retired from bis other professional business, ? be is now able to devote the whole of his time to iastxuction in music to all those who may be pleased to patroniie him. Prof. Esputa's method ia the same as is taught in Europe?that is, while be makes good performers of his pupils he makes yood musicians of them also; so that any one who ?lay receive instructions from him may acquire that knowledge of music as will maks them com petent for teachers or professional musicians. Prof. Esputa is now forming classes and all who desire to enter must apply early, as the number is "for terms apply to Prof. JOHN ESPUTA. No. 313 8th street east. Navy Yord. N. B. The < ars pass Prof. Esputa's residence eve ry si* minutes during the day. my g-lm OTICR TO FAHMKKa.AMABKBT GARDEN ERS AND CAPTAINS 0* VESSELS. The office for the sale of Manure deliverable from the different government corrals in the Depart ment of Washington has been removed from the corner of P and btth streets to the corner of fa and 12th streets, one block from Pennsylvania avenue, on 12th street. ... The planting season being over, now is the proper time for farmers and gardeners to lay in ana haul a supply of manure tor top dressings and fall use Large quanaitie* of well rotted manure V^li. Oood rr,i?ht, nd di.?tch rl'.'t. Office?N. E. oorner 12th and B streets, j.5w 1 Mock from Pa. av.. on 12th st. IDWJSLL &. HENDERSON, No. 367 D Streit, nhar Nuith, Bespe ?tfullv inform their friends and the public generally that they have now in stors a well se lected assortment of WALL PAPERS AND WINDOW SHADES, which they are prepared to sell at the lowest cash prices. Work done at short notice in the city or country by experienced workmen. Remember the place. No. 367 D street, near 9th, Franklin Hall Building. ap21-tf Allow me to call your attention to my really han<!*ome stock of MILLI-^^Vt nery and FANCY goods which have?Ep rt arrived and ready for jrour inspection. can state without boastinj? that I have tbe handsomest stock of FLOWERS ever Imported, which, looking at them, will convince; English Straw Bonnets from W.V? to ?15^ and those beautiful Pamillas. as white as the driven snow; a fine stock of Back Combs and new styles of Pans. Saving been for so many years in the wholesale isiness in New York, render my facilities to offer you any goods in my line be^"mE?PRI8NCE ' mv r?-1m? 22 Market Space. W1ESEMFIELD fc CO., Odeon Hall Clothing Rooms, (ESTABLISHED 194T,) CORNIR TBSSSYlVASlA AvKSLK AMD Os STREET, Bag leave to call the attention of the citizens and trangers of Washington to our very large and ex tensive assortment of SPRING CLOTHING we pay extensive, for, having the mo^t unbounded facilities for manufacturing, and having a buyer always in market, ready to avail himself of all the Tich and fashionable styles of goods that may be ?ffered. we flatter ourselves that we can exhibit the mo't fashionable and varied assortment of clothing ever otleredia this city. We ennmerste in fsrt BLACK CLOTH FROCK and DRESS COATS, running lo tbe finest grades.' Genuine Black French Doe Skin PANTS; Black Grenadine and other SILK VE^TSj frotn which may b? selected a dress suit of the v.-rv finest ma terial, eQual in finL-h and yrOTkmanship to the very best, and at much lower prices. Our assortment of CASSIMKKK GOODS cannot be excelled in variety of colors aud beauty of ctyles, and all cut and made ip the most'fashion ablemanner. We name in part the English Walk ing Coat, the French Jacket, the Business Frock Coat, American Sack, and all other styles now in wear. A most splendid assortment of plain and fancy Ca?simere Pants and Vests. We call themo?t especial attention of the ladies to our superb assortment ef BOYS" CLOTHING, wbich for beauty of styles cannot be surpassed, if equalled in this city. We most respectfully ask an examination of those goods before purchasing elsewhere. In the line of MILIT ARY clothing we have the most extensive assortment in 'this city, con sisting oi Dress aud Fatigue Coats; Infantry and Cavalry Jackets: lisrbt and dark Blue Pants, both plain and reinforced; Shonld^rStraps. Sword Belts, gashes, and in fact everything pertaining to an ?Beer's outfit. In the line of FURNISHING GOODS we have an elegant assortment of Cassimere Over Shirts, White and Brown Linen Shirts of all grades; Under Shirts, and Drawers, a full line; Military Gloves, Kid, Silk, Lile Thread and others. Ws most respectiully solicit the patronage of the public, may rest a-sured of lair dealing and good article8. FNG1.ISH WALKING COAT?, XNGUSH WALKING <'OATS, ?NGI.I?I WALKING CJATS, FRENCH WALKING JACKET, FRENCH WALKING JACKET, FRENCH WALKING JACKET. FINE BLACK.CLOTH FROCK COATS, FINE BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS, FINE BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS, BLACK CASSIMERE PANT8, BLM'K CAFSIMBRE PANTS, BLACK CASHMERE PANTS, VESTS OF ALL descriptions, V EST3 OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS, \JiSTS0F ALL JbESCRIl'IlONS, FT>B PANCV CAS8IMBRB PANTS, FINE KANOY CA8SIMSRB PANTS. FINE FANCY CAS81MXRR PANTS, MILITAR* FROCK COATS, MILITARY FROCK COATS, MILITA&YjfftOCK COATS, ; '? SjMiiSI!?!: '? MILITARY JACKETS, , MILITARY PANTS AND VESTS, MILITARY PANTS AND VESTS, MILITARY PANTS AND VESTS. BOYS' CEOTHINO, BOYS' CLOTHING, BOTS? CLOTHING, FIX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR fl9, fclX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR ?1*, SIX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR fl*, SIX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR f 16, SIX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR f 16, SIX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR 516, 1'NDKR SHIRTS AND DRAWS, UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWS, UNDER .SHIRTS AND DIIAW8, KID GLOVES. KID GLOVES, KID GLOVES. NBCKTIES AND SCARFS, WKCKTIKS AND SCARFS. NECKTIES AND SCARFS. WE1SENF1ELD & CO. O0EO.1 HALL CLOTHING ROOMS, established 194T. Corner street and Pennsylvania avenue. By 24-eolm F%!"cocp*m. A?."?. ?itSSE"AJSi?St ?fBRETTBor OPEN BAROUCHXd forVfO?/ Jour persons inside. . ? These Carriages are finished in the most sunerb ntanner, and would sutt either for pyivate use or Jor public conveyances. MULLINGER & HUNTER. Corner of Howard and Franklin streets. tty 12-lm* Baltimore C""""0ID"' CLA>I>I>DOnl?T I hava Ju't r eeeived per achoonera "George a. I offsr for sal* at the Urw??t market price, in quan tities to suit purchasers. Hotel keepew, sutlers and all others In waat of ? ?rime article of Cider are iaeited to call and ex amine this before purchasing elsewhere. mew wkieh he will dispose of very low, lainlre ZT ,V- - -- mj lUk ? nt tke Billiard room corner of UU ft#e?t aad JOHrlTIMftlHII. ?*1HT War Deportment, Adjutant 9*ntraTt (HUe, > WDZtfm, Mmr^V, lsST \ All application* for leaves of absence or per mlMloa to visit Washington moat be addressed to Major General Halleck, Chief of Staff, and mast specify the business for which the officer desire* the permission. Telegram* addressed direct to the Secretary of War on this subject will receive no attention. By order of the Secretary of War: E. D Towngnrn, Assistant Adjutant General, DENTISTRY. A.. . mntistry. , LL Dental Operations performed in a thorough and scientific manner, by DR. MERRILL,-r*^ isneceMor to Dr. . P. McConnell) at?JE5| * Kt *?nne, between 3d and 4.^ ste. leetn ?x.tracted without pain by the use of Nitrous Oxide or Ether. ? attention given to filling s?*i preserv ing the teeth. Children's teeth carefully attended to. Artlflcal teeth inserted in the most approved Styles now adopted by the profession. myS-lm' QREAL DISCOVERY IN PENTI8TBY, Teeth Extracted without Poin with the Muhritt of , _ , _ Oxygen. persons having teeth to ex tr**t to call at Dr. LEWIE'S office, and have them taken out by this newJE^E*5K. and harmless process. Also call snd<Z77ff|W examine the Doctor's new and 1m- 1' ? ?r proved method of Inserting Artificial Teeth. If yon once see the great improvement in his teeth ?on will hay* them in no other styl* than this new vRt T ?*e- . N?. 3*3, Pa. avenn*, between 13th and isth streets. D?T13 8. R. LKWI1, M. P., Dentist. -? new mcoo> teeth who eaanot wear others, and no ?? ? person Can wear other*who cannot wear these. Fersens calling at my office can be accommodated f!1! *?J rtyle and priete of Teeth they may desire, but to those who are particular and wish the purest, cleanest, strongest, and most perfect dentnrethat art can produce, the MINERAL PLAT1 will be more fully warranted. Booms in this city?No 33S? Pennsylvania avenue h^ween 9th and lffth streets. Also, 907 Aroh st? Philadelphia. mar4-ly PERSONAL. TO THE POOR AND UNFORTUNATE -Con sultation gratis from 11 to 12 in. Medicines j without charge. I , ? DR. BEC1ITINGER, Formerly Surgeon in charge in the Austrian and it*P*n army, informs thf- public of Washington that he has Just arrived from Paris, and devotee his attention to the treatment of all kinds of dis eases. Particular attention to females and private diseases. He converses in English. French, Ger man, Spanish and Italian languages. His diplo mas from the raost celebrated university of Europe hang in hie office, Penn. avenue, 50*2, near 3d street. Office ttours, 9 to 11 a. m.; 1 to 6 p. in. je /-.ftv MRS. L. SMITH, an excellent Clairvoyant and Test Medium, 2*52 Fourth street, five doors above I street, examines diseases, heals by mag netism, sees your dead and living friends, tells character, gets names, reads the future, has great ?ynifathy for the afflicted. Hours from 10 a. m. to " P- m- my lfl PERKINS, STERNE & Co., 180 Broadway* I*. Y., 1X0LU8IV1 DEALERS IN CALIFORNIA WINE. We guarantee them all to be ABSOLUTELY PURE. { For sale by all first-class Grocers and Druggist* y *v*rywhere. mh 30-3m? Gray's Patent Molded Collars, Are universally pronounced the neatest ard lest fitting collars extant. The upper edge presents a perfect curve, fre* from the angles noticed in all other collars. The cravat causes no puckers on the inside of the turn-down collar; they are as SMOOTH INSIDE AS 0UT8IDE, and therefore perfectly free and easy to the neck. The Garotte Collar has a smooth and evenly fin ished edge on both si da. These Collars are not simply flat pieces of paper cut in the form of a collar, but are MOLDED AND SHAPED TO FIT THE NECK. They are made in " Novelty," (or turn-down style;) in every half ftize from 12 to 17 inches, and In "Eureka," (or Garotte.)from 13 to 17 inches; and packed in "aolid sixes" in neat blue cartons, con.aining 100 each; also in smaller ones of ten ?ach-thelatter a very handy package for traveler* army and navy officers. B3TEVERY COLLAR is stamped "GRAY'S PATENT MOLDED COLLAR." Sold by all dealers in men's furnishing goods. The trade supplied by WALL, STEPHENS 4 CO., apl4-8tn 322 Pa. avenue, Washington, QUERY??Who ha? the largest a?sortn%nt of pattern for Stamping ? Wh* is the only prac tical person that Stamps? Who has the largest number of hands at Embroidery f Who has the finest stock of Hmbroideii?d. Braids, &c., and -who is the only person in the District that does Fluting for ladies dresses? ?^"PRINCE, 3?1 F STREET, where ladies can select from 55,f"Vi choice patterns for any kind of work, and where they can set ANY PATTERN stamped. Having stamped for 30,1*10 ladies is proot tbathe knows his business. I.a-lies whodo not want their goods spoiled, but stamped as they should he, go to the only person in the city who does good work. FLUTING! FLUTING! FLUTING! The only machine in town now in operation. Fluting done as good as in new York or elsewhere way 9-tf <y"3t?l F street,opposite Patent Office. ?AVALRY HORSES WANTED. War Department. Cavat.ry Bureau, I OJficr ?/' Chief Quartermaster, > Washington, D. C., May 18th, lSftf.S THREE THOUSAND(3.O0O1HORSES WANTED On* hundred and sixty tive ($lt?) dollars per head will he paid for all CAVALRY HORSES delivered within the next thirty (30) days at the Government stables at Giesboro' D. C. Said horses to be sound in all particulars, not less than five- (6) nor more than nine <flj years old; frpm fifteen to sixteen hands high, full in 8esh, compactly built, bridle wise, and or site sufficient for cavalry purposes. These specifications will he strictly adhered to and rigidly enforced in every particular. Payment made on delivery of seven (7) and over. JAMES A. ERIN, Lieut. Col, and Chief Quartermaster, my 18-1m ' Cavalry Bureau. TJIANOS.?A new assortment of Stein way ft Sons', a Raven & Bacon aad Haines Brothers? Pianos have Just been received at ourfeaBn warevoon*, which we offer for sale at fgc-MI lfl tor* prises. We have aiso on hand several very food second-hand Pianos?one for lioo, on* for 120 and one far 190. Purchasing for cash exclu sively, we are enabled to sell at lower prices than other houses, and upon easy terms. Sole agencv of Mason & Hamblin 's Cabinet Organs *' W. G. MKTZEROTT, M> 38 Corner of 11th street and Pa. avenue. f TNITED STATES SERVICE MAGAZ INE-Jun kv le<64. 00 cents. Contents?Lieutenant General Grant; On Salt petre; The Regeneration of Italy; Influence of th? Military Element on our Character; The Military Power of Russia; Explosive Substitutes for Gun powder: Method of determining a plane of defile 5untj N&Tal 'Staff Rank: A Battle Hyian; The D&ar : New Books; Editor's Special department; Official Intelligence, le3 FRAjflCK TAYLOR. 486 FIREBOARD PRINTS. 4 Off Just rjC^T^i*eh olee selection of the above, at Kith??1?'8-N?- *** "h street' Terms d00Ta ?boTe ^ Pellows' Hall, case. ap2JHmif* F. '? H1IBILOcSi^C^SSOa TO Hi F. c,rEs wifd&vK y m Metropolitan Hotel, (-late Bro'um't \ W 362 Pennnsylvania avenue ,} -?? ' Washington. . 0. TISH WANG, THE GREaT^CHIXr^k HEM ED Y for GONOMRH(E AAiLRRr Eu. ON* Box WILL PKRFuak A Ingredients are pnr-dy vegetable It'iq ? . - - pleasant to the taste, has no bad odor an.l may be carried in the vest pocket without fear of detection. Circulars free. Prrcefl a box. Sold JOHN J KROMER. successor to 8. <?. Urhaio 4o? Chestnut st., PhilaPelphia, and in Washington bv 8. C. FORD, 296 Pennsylvania avenue Sent hi mall. :alO-e<>ly ? WEBB * BEVERIDG l.flK ' B Japanned Waiter*. Water Coolers. Etherial JapanMdWalteri.Wiler and Solar Lamp*, Goal Oil Lamp*, Lan terns, Eton* War*, &oM &c., 4e. '-1"*,1" " mr ? (OddFallows' HaSlJ S?veath at., -~-lw ? > Washington. WBRAOLEY BEGSTO INFORM HIS . *? ,e?ne, rPJCT PROPOSALS. ^NTHRACITE COAL FOR THE NAVY. . _ Navt DlFiRIMWT, ) OURKATJ or XQUIFMXMT AMD RbCROIT:?0,S a , J ? May24,13M. S fJcfi* Pr?POtals for fori)Ufa!D? Anthracite Coal for the Na-ry. to be delivered during the Gsral ye?rendinc?tk June,*MW, will be received at thi? ?SS5? B*11110 *? 30?? June. 1*64. "Wt ifopoaale iooat be endorsed, " Propofala v-Aji^bracite Coal for Steamer*,1' that they may be d!f ti n ftuiebed from other business letter*. most bs for the delivery of lOS.ewtons, of 2,J#> pound ?. ??T*5 coal must b? of the best Buek Mountain or Black Heath, or of a kind equal to them in aU re 'or *k* purpoee Intend*!, which equality will be determined by a Board appointed by the Secretary of the Nary after tha reception of the bids. ? I ? The name of the eoal proposed to be furnished must be stated In the ofw. It is to be delivered in lumps or suitable siie for naval steamers?clean, of uniform quality, select ed free from impurities. unmixed?of which the contractor *ill be required to furnish soch evi dence as will be satisfactory, and be subject to such inspection as to quality and quantity as the De partaent may direct. The ooal must in aU res pects be satisfactory to the inspector or inspec tors, to be appointed by the Bureau, who wili have in*?1* PeremPtory rejection. The coal is to be delivered on board Tepstil, at ?c j Ln 1 ue ??rt Philadelphia as may be ? k 1 Bureau, and in such quantities ??f -1?" timeB ?'* ??> the opinion of the Bureau. il1? *i*encies of the service may require; com mencing when the vessel is reported ready to re V furnisbing, if demanded, not le?? ????? per day, to be distributed to each completed. * 6 directed' aatil '-he loaditag is Stattftiteisss!N" ?? to deliver the coal in proper quantity of th? proper quality, and at the proper time and place, the Bureau will reserve In the F-fvt t?,rnrchaSe forthwith, at the contractor's risk and expense, that which mav seem necessary to supply the deficiency Any demurrage, or other charges to 'which the ^ ma? b? sub->e<*e'l from delay i n ^Womvt delivery of the coal by the contractor* will be deducted from their bilU: The price must b? for the ?oal delivered on stated ^at'theVn^.^6 ?z1?n a1d conditions above ? contractor's n?k and expense, and *}i?out extra charge of any kind.' rilri ht . - a?,re<"Lir'!d bylaw. must, be accompa nied by a written (fuaranty, si sued by one or more tlk^thL'tl ? pZ*fJ-"'l" ihe "n"ct that th0T under? I W h? \Une^dder ?r bid,le? will, if hisor their time ?' ' en^r.J.11*? obligation, at such j J. Prescribed by the Bureau with proposed s ent ?u*tles, to furnish the supplies ??n;,o?rv.,**!'tii.n ba considered unless ?ccom pnnied by such guarantee: and the Department to reJPPt 1111 offerTifcon T6 1 "Merest of the service to do so mere snreties each in a sum equal to the amount specified to be paid, will be reouirVSl tn ee??ifi?rt K0nti?'"^ aDo their rpsponHihility will be 2!^i?edb.V 1 n'ted States DirtHct Judge United Agent. Distnct A?orney, Collecto?, *or Navy that mnr hp doe upon CMh bill isiPM th?Tn?arary been by the Secretary of be* made .bn%We\Vvfr!VfbtSrco^tt\Vifd^14 by the "Bureau?"hen1 th?.laf?^ time'dfrected United' Btatel" money not ezceedinar 1^15?ttP,-a*V? *.enm. cf isss-assss dava *ft?py ?ti , required to exeoute within ten i?4?KAT,v!l" *?" ** ????"?; hereM Hh giv?efn"ffer' guarantjr' and certificate is T (nr w?> r F0R:Vi OFFER. ?ts;^il,.'44 ?ho"^a In* t?Ui0f"d^^l??' ft2'? P?""d?' amo7'nat It! iwr?"5?te.'Sssii^'S sik"""""4"?.f..4v'!u??v^d (DateV (Signed) A. B. We th* ?? GUARANTY; St.M undersigned, residents of oiaie and ^ in afsi^ Un'ited ^ta^raSIid P"ver*ll? covenant with the going bid^)f ^cc^pt^alfhSI"6' ten days after the receipt of the contract at 1? foMhlVeliTean?eif '\thJ?"<}?n<1.8uflfcient sureties' (Signed; c. p. (I>ate.) *? I hereby certify that, to the best ofmv know) edtreand beliaf, the above named guarantors and , are good and sufficient. _ , . (Signed) /i rTi?thr ?f"*!d bytheUnite,l8tatea mitri. tUud.;e Navy Lent ^Mfict Attorney, -CaU?C "or' navy Agent. . my aj.dtd / kKDNANCE OFFICE, " WiH Dkpartmbst, 1 B n [If "Ili""'8 M\ h.*h 'c, L'Sff JKAtesSJn'?; i\ St'S"5-, ai N^w York. rSeCa1, 0oTernor'a ^and. At th^ Arsenal. Pittsburgh, i,n?>. At the St. Louis ArpenaH, Missouri ? 00(^ At IK. m0?TAR shell.' ' New Tort^???rk Arsenal, Governor's Islan^ At the Waterviiet Arsenal New York n*r?o * ' Tfhf PVoJectilesare to be made If the & of metal and inspected after the rule*.laid down in the Ordnance Manual, the tensile. atrtnVth n?th2 s\sv,?.1:sbish1tot j0,"-n"''?*5? be seen at any of the Unitea States A?son The projectiles are to be inspected at the foun3ry where cast, and are to be delivered at the Arsenals free of charge for hand-lihgand transportation. Deliveries roust be made at the rate of not less than one-tenth (l-]tith) of the whole amount con tracted for per week. Thtf first delivery to be made on the 2yth day of June, 19M. ! Failure to make deliveries at a specified time will subject the contractor to a forfeiture of the number he may fail to deliver at that time. Separate proposals niuat he made for the shot and shell. , u. Bidders will state explicitly the Arsenal or Ar senals where they propose to deliver, and the number of projectiles tney propose to deliver at each place, if for more than ona. No bids will be considered from parties other than regular founders, or yroprietoro of works, who are known to this Department to be capable Of executing the work proposed for. Should apy party obtaining a contract offer shot or shell otMfr than those cast in his own foundry, they will be pro jected, and the contract rendered nuU and void. Bidders will enclose with their bids the written* < acknowledgment* of their sureties over their ow$ signatures Each party obtaining a contract will be obliged to enter into bond with approved Boretieli for its faithful execation. Upon the award being made, mieceaaful bidders will be notified and furnished with farms of con tract and bond. The Department raservta the right tt reject any or all bias, if not deemed satisfactory. Proposals will be addressed to" Brigadier Gen eral George D. Ramsay, Chief of Ordnance, Wash ington, D. 0, ' and endorsed11 Proposals for 9-inch Columbiad Snot," and "'Proposals fpr 8-inch Mor tar Shells." GEORGE D/RAM8AY, my 26-td Brig. Gen. Chief of Ordnana*. . 0. W. BOTBLBI, JNO. W. BOTILIS, C. W. BOTKLJER fe SON, import:ihb, ? WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DBALR-RH in CHINA, AND OROaHlRT WA^I. TABLE CUTLERY. BILVER-PLATB1 WARE, BR1TTANIA WARE. SLOCK TIN GCCD8, TIN CHAMBER SETS, OOAL OIL LAMPB, JAPANNED WAITXRB, DOOR MATT8. FEATH1R DUSTERS, BBCSHE8, WOOD WARE, AND HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES GENERALLY. tar HOUSEB, HOVELS, AND STEAMBOATS fUENISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 319, IRON BALL, , P*Ki?EYLVANIA ANENUE, fal7-aota oetween gth and 3!t> a ROOFING fELT1 ?? n: , ' ROOf ING VELTII a. 0. WILSON ft 00., ? *00* OF MoB*. WgJjT, WA3*X?GT0*,?. -- - Manufacturers of EOOf IE? FEW, 9UHUQ4IIIBB9 SHEATH 190, ROOFING CEMENT an4 1 Mm* BLACK? r FELT AND OBMENT. Whole^la and J^UD. ?o?t lifcarai tertai. faetqrr?Too* ot M sxriat weet. Offoa?101JM street, below Fa. avaniw. |I-Sm? ^OCOA MATTING AT^RIVATE SALE, We have *? for irjvate sale, ten ^.pnsana.yafgs of On rS M itti? different widthii,>x.ear fBrnfhu, the War of oatattation ^oma._ . ?f*i i "?Jttrmifcco., PROrOSALS. paoroBAlfa yea y-OBaoi! Washington Dbpot, Dec. 8,1963. f Sealed Proposals are invited by the undersigned for inp?lrn* tie U. 8. Quartermaster's De partment. at Wathingtou. D. 0., Baltimore. Md.. Alexandria, and Fort Monroe, Va.,or either of the^plaeee. with Hay, Corn, Oat* and Straw. Bids will be received for the delivery of 5.0X) busbels of corn or oat* and ?0 tons of hay or straw, and upwards. Bidder* vast state at which of the above-named points they propose to nlake deliveries, and the rates at Which ttiey will make deliveries thereat, the quantity ef each article proposed to be deliv ered, the time when said deliveries shall be com menced, and when to be oompleted. The price must be written out in words on tha bids. vt" r Corn to be up in good stout sacks, of about two bushelseadh. Oats in like sacks of about three bushels each. The sacks to be furnished without extra charge to the Govenment. The hay and straw to be securely balM. The particular kind or description of oats, corn, hay or straw proposed to be delivered most be stated in the proposals. All the article* offered under the bids herein in vited will be subject to a rigid inspection by tha Government Inspector before being accepted. Contracts will be awarded from time to time to tbe lowest responsible bidder, as the interest of the Government may require and payment will be made when the whole amout contracted*Tor shall have bee* 'slivered and accepted. The bidder will be reeuireid to accompany his proposals with a guaranty, signed by two respon sible persons that in case iris bid is accepted he or they will, within ten days thereafter, execute tbe contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties ima sum equal to the amount of the con tract, to deliver the forage proposed in conformity with the terms of this advertisment: and in cane the said bidder should fril to enter into the con tract, they to make good the difference between the offer of said bidder and the next lowest respon sible bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded. The responsibility of the guarantors must be shown by the official certificate of a U. 8. District Attorney, Collector of Customs qr any other officer under the United States Government or responsi ble person known to this office. . All bidders will be duly notified of the accept ance or rejection of their proposals. The full name and P. O., address of each bidder roust be legibly Written in the pmposal. Proposals must be addressed to Brig. Gen. D. H. Rucker, Chief Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D.C .and should be plainly marked "Proposals for Forage." .. Bonds, in a sum equal to the amount of the con tract, signed by the contractor iiud both of his guarantors, will be required of the successful bid der or bidders upon signing the contract. Blank forms or bids, guarantees, and bonds, may be obtained upon application at this Office. FORM OF PROPOSAL. (Town, County and State) (Date) I, the subscriber, do hereby propose to furnish ana deliver to the United States, at the Quarter master's Department at , agreeably to the terms of your advertisement inviting proposals for forage, dated Washington Depot, Dec.,4,1363, the following articles, vis : ? bushels of Corn, in tacks, at ? per bn&hel of 66 pounds bushels of Oats, in sacks, at per bushel of 32 pounds tonfl of Baled Hay, at per ton of 2,000 pounds . tons of Baled Straw, at per ton of 2,000 pounds. Delivery to commence on or before the day of , 186^-, and to be completed on or before the ?? day of , 186?, and pledge myself to enter into a written contract with the United States, with good and approved securities, within the space often days after being notified that ray bid been accepted. Your obedient servant, Brigadier General D. H. Rcckkr, General Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D. C. GUARANTY. , We, the undersigned, residents of .in the County of , and State of ??, hereby. Jointly and severally, covenant witti the United States, and guarantee in case the foregoing bid of ? be accepted, that he or they will, within ten days after the acceptance of said bid. execute the con tract for the same with good and sufficient sure ties, in a sum equal to the amount of the contract, to furnish tbe forage proposed in conformity to the terms of advertisement dated December8.1868, under wbiMi the bid was made, and, in caae the 8?id shall fail to enter into a contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good tbe differ ence between the offer by said and the neit lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded. Witness,' ' Given nnder our hands and veals this ??day of ?fi?i:f I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowl edge and belief, the above-named guarantors are good and sufficient as sureties for the amount for Whichfhey offer to be security. , To be rartified by the United 8tates District At torney. Collector of Customs, or any other officer under the United States Government, or respon sible person known to this office. I), II. r dec9-tf Brigadier General and Q. M, H ORSESI HORSES! HORSES! 'Jc War Dbpartmbnt, Oatalrv Bdrbau, Office of Chief Qmriermasitr, Washington Junes. 1864.' Sealed Proposals will be received at this office until 12 o'clock m Monday. June2*'th. I&jl.for two thousand (2,<mo) Cavalry Horses, to be delivered at the Government Stable# at Giesboro Depot, near Washington city, within forty (4">j days from date of contract. Said horses to be sound in all particulars, well broken,full inHesh,fromfifteen(15ttosixteen (ii>) hands hi^b, from five (b) to nine (9) years old, in good condition, and well adapted in every way to cavalry purposes. ' These specifications itrill bt strictly adhered to an<L rut idly enforced in every particular. No bid will be entertained unless accompanied by a guaranty for its faithful performauce. .?y-^hould any United States officer guarantee the proposal of a bidder who should prove to be irresponsible, his name willoe reported to the Secretary of War with a recommendation that puch officer be dismissed tbe fervice. All bidders and ttuarantors will be held to thf strict est auouni ability, and evtry fathtrt to cirrntHy ?fith terms of contract, or to make the contract when/a ward - td, will bt follow td by prosecution to the full eiteni of the law. i Form of'bid and guaranty can be had onappll cstien to this office. Successtul bi/aaers will be prepared to enter into written contracts, with good and sufficient securi ty. immediately on the acceptance of their bids. The oath of allegiance must accompany each bid. The undersignefl reserves the right to reject all bids deemed unreasonable. Bid* lor one hurfdred (100) Horses and upwards will be entertained. Bids for tiu entire numbir of Horses required are invited. aw Payment will be promptly made on completion of contract. A'o Mar's will be received. Proposals must be endorsed "Proposals for Cav alry Horse*." and addressed to Lieut. Col. James A. Ekm, Chief Quartermaster, Cavalry Bureau, Washingtofa, D. C. Any other information will be promptly given, on application, personally or py letter, to JAMES A. EKIN, Lieut. Colonel and Chief Quartermaster, Cavalry Bureau. ?^"Purchase In the open market will be con tinued at Giesboro Depot until the contract is awaraed. Payment made in certificates of indebt' edness for seven (7) horses or more Je ,S:td PROPOSALS FOR LUMBER. Chief Quartermaster's Office. Ptpol of Washington,) Washington. D. C., June 6, 1864. S Sealed Proposals will be received at this office until MLRSDAY, June 16. 1864. at 12 o'clock M, for delivery at this depot of lumber, of the follow ingaonounts, kind and description, viz: WO.tXX) feet 4-4. .or 1 inch White Pine Common CuH(n?s, 300,000 feet of which is to be from '.2 to 16 feet long. 75.000 feet 8-4, or 2 inch "White Pine Common Callings. lUO,roit feet 4-4, or 1 inch Pine Selects, not less than 12 inches widv, well seasoned and dressed on both sides. 25,0)Mi feet & inch White Pine Selects, well sea soned and dressed on both sides. InO.O' 0 feet 3x4 Hemlock 8cantling, 16 feet long. SO.UUO feet 8x4 Hemlock Scantling, Id feet long, feet 3x5 Joist, 16 feet long, (hemlock.) J5,0uo feet 3x5 Joist, 23 feet long, (hemlock.) ^5,000feet 3x9 or 10 Joist, 14feet long,(hemlock.) 3i0,f0tt Plastering Laths fi'o.i'oo first quality IS-inch sawed White Pine Shingles. 50o,0iu ttrst quality IC-inch sawed White Pine ^Shingles. . ? z? sou,org first quality 16-inch sawed 8pnpce Pine Shingles. am,&m first quality 18-inch sawed Cedar Shingles. Samples of Shingles and Laths proposed for will be required, All the above described to be good merchantable Lumber, subjeet to the inspection of an inspector appointed on the part of the Government. All (if the Limber to bedelivered within twenty 0Ve (2&) days from date of contract. The ability of the bidder to fill the contract, should it be awarded to him. mu6t be guaranteed by two responsible persons, whose signatures are to be appended to the guaranty. The'faH: name and post office address of each bidder must be legibly written in the proposal. BbpdS in a sum equal to half the amount of tbe contract, Signed by the contractor and both of his isranttyrs, will be required of the successful the contract. any or all bids that may be reserved by the Depot Quarter ed' See master Proposals must be plainly endorsed on the en velope ''Proposals for Lumber," and addressed to the undersigned. D. H. RUCKER, Brig. Gen'l and Chief Quartermaster, "Je<5-td Depot of Washington. 1 * ? ??/TIHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, 1 V/1 Dkportof Washington,) ? Washington, D. C., January 4,1364. S All dealers in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber, Leather, Oflfcee Furniture, Harness, and 8ad<Uery, are re . quested to send to this office, on MQNDAY of each weak, a sealed proposal or list, ta duplicate, of the crtklesthey are prepared to furbish to this Depot at shecv notice, with the price or each marked in plain figures, jo that, in case the exigencies of the service require vt. the article or articles can b6 obtained withoutflelay, and at the lowest price. . Dealers washing to sell to this D^pot will be re quired tofunish the list punctually every Monday (Burning. D. H. RUCKER, Brigadier General and Chief Qnartermagter, Ia5-U pepot of Washington. Btf^BieT0Ry7 By Amelia B. Edwards; T^rton's Sutler in NewOrleans, 75 esnts. 1 ? ?* First and Last, poem; fl. : tjcknjAr^ Llfl of Prescott; f|. Tie Gentleman; or, Etiquette and Be. PROPOSALS. pROPOSAL8 FOB STATIONERY. Department or tbb Intkkior, June 3, iS -i Proposals for furnishing such stationary as uar be required by this Department, and the buftav.s ?nd offices thereof, daring the fiscal y?*ar ending Jnne30. 1885, will be received until 12 o'clock, 51 , of TUESDAY the Mh day of July, 1864. Those unaccompanied by satisfactory testimonials of ability to fulfil a contract will not be considered, and contracts will only be awarded to manufac turers of, or dealers in, the several classes of ar ticles. ... All articles furnished most be of the best quality of their kind, and not inferior to the samples ex hibited at this Department. j Each proposal must be signed by the individual or firm making it, and must specify but one price for each article of tbe class bid for. All articles required under a contract must be delivered, on the order of the proper bnreau or office, without delay, and. if requested, must cor respond with the samples. A failnre or refusal of the contractor to tarnish proper articles will be deemed just cause for abrogating the contract. Articles not named in the schedule, If required, are to be furnished at the lowest market prices, and the ripht is reserved of ordering a greater or less quantity of each article oontracted for, as the public service may require. Bond, with approved security, must be given by the individual or firm obtaining acontract. Should a contractor refuse or neglect to furnish, when re quired, any article or articles mentioned in the contract, the same may be purchased in open mar ket, and if s greater price has been naid theretor than is specified in the contract, the difference maybe charged to the contractor in his next quar terly account. The subjoined schedule specifies as nearly as can now be done, the amount, quality, and description of the articles likely to be required. The bids will be canvasssd separately for each of tbe classes specified below, and contracts for one or more of the classes awarded as may be deemed moat advantageous to the Department. Proposnls must be addressed to the Secretary of the Interior, and endorsed Proposal* for Station ery. t item. Class No. 1.?Paper. 1. 150 reams cap best quality, white or blue.ruled wide, medium, or close, and trimmed, to weigh not less than 14 lbs. per ream, per ream 2. 50 reams legal cap, white or blue, trimmed and ruled, per ream 3. 750 roams quarto-post, white or bine, ruled various widths, to weigh not less than 19 lbs. per ream, per ream 4. 75 reams white commercial or other note pa per, highly glazed, hard calendered, lined, and gilt or plain, per ream 5. 10 reams Hat cap. white or blue, unruled, per ream 6. 25 reams envelope, yellow or buff, Toyal. per ream 7. 100 reams large brown envelope, 24x3S inches, per nam S. 150 dozen sheets patent blotting, 19x24 inches. per dozen sheets 9. 10 reams brown envelope paper, 3oX40 inches, per ream ? 10. 15 reams straw wrapping paper. 30x40, per ream :< 11. 50 sheets drawing paper, royal or medium, per sheet 12. 100 sheets tracing paper, French, large size, per sheet IS. ICO yards tracing cambric, per yard 11. 12 dozen press ?opy books, not less than 500 pages, per dozen. Class No. I.?Envelopes. 15. l.OOOmnslin-lined. printed to order, 8,'a to 9!2x 3K to 4J4 inches, per M 16 . 400 U 0 adhesive envelopes, white, yellow, or buff, heavy, 8% to9'ux3^ to 4.'? inches, printed to order, per M 17. 25,0T0 adhesive envelopes, white, heavy, to 11x5 to 6 inches, printed to order, per M 1*. 25,o0# adhesive envelopes, white or vellow, heavy, letters'OxSh inches, printed to order, per M M, aw adhesive envelopes, note, per M. Intermediate sizes ordered, not to be charged higherthan for size next larger. CLAPS No. *2.?Pens and Pencilt. 1. 55 gross Perry's or Gillott's barrel pens, per gross 2. 400 gross Perry's, Gillott's or other good me tallic pens, per gross 2. 1 /GO quills. No. 80. per M 4. 25 dozen gold pens, with handles or silver oases, best quality, per dozen 5. 5 dozen heavy barrel gold pens, with (han dles, best quality, per dozen 6. 25 dozen ivory or gutta percha eve^-pointed pencils, large or small, with leads, per dozen 7. 200 dozen Faber's. So. 1 to 4, or graduated. per dozen S. 15 eases Faber's pol> grades, graduated, per case 9. dozen Faber's red and blue pencils, per dozen Class No. 3.?Ink , Inkstands. Wafers and Wax. 1. 10 dozen glass, any patent, larte or small, ink stands, per dozen 2. 3 dozen east iron double or single inkstands, per dozen 2. 150dozen Maynard ii Noyes's ink. or an? other . American copying ink or fluid in market, quarts, per dozen 4.25 dozen Arnold's writing fluid, quarts,' per dozen fi. 25 dozen eop>ing ink, quarts, Arnold's ti. 5 dozen best blue ink. quarts, per dozen 7. ;7' dozen David's carmine ick. ounce. No. 1, per dozen > 8. 2 M seal waters, best quality, red. No. 3, for office seal. per M !?. 5 pounds best red wafers, common size, per ppund 10. 50 pounds best extra super scarlet sealing wax, per pound Class No 4.? Cutlery and Miscellaneons Arii' cl-ts. 1. 85 dowen Rogers's knives, four blades, buck er pearl handle, per dozen 2. 25 dozen Rogers's ivory handle erasers, per dozen 3. 10 dozen office shears, or scissors, extra, per dozen 4. loo dozen silk taste, in hanks, p'-r dozen 5. 5o0 dozen red tape, assorted, per dozen f>. ?00dozen German tape. No. 32. red, per dozen 7. 15 dozen paper weights, assorted,-per do/en 8. Si pounds prepared India rubber, per pound 9. 10 pounds pounce, per pound 10. 51' pounds linen twine, per pound 11. 50 pounds best cotton twine, per pound 12. 9 dozen mahogany- rulers, round ?,r flat. >1 inches lonu. per do/en 13. 15doxen India rubber .rulers, round or d?t, GoO'*year'fc patent. 3 > inches long 14. 2 i pou~d? best qnality spwnge. per pound 15.2' pounds gu m arable, per pound 16. 30 do/.en mncilage. laTge size glass jars. with brush and metallic top. per io/.en 17. 30 dozen mucilage, pints, without brush or top. per dozen 18. 120 dozen penholders, assor^d. per dozen 19. 20 do/.en strong 9-inch i vorifolder-. per doz-n 20. 3<> dozen packs Bristol visiting cards, per dozen Class No. 5.?Parchment and Parchment Paper 1. 5*' sheets of parchment, best quality, 15\20 inches, per sLe*t 2 . 500 -heets of parchment, best quality, 28^32 inches, per .sheet 3. 2.50i' sheets of parchment paper, best quality, 10*1C inched, per sheet 4. 250 sheets parchment paper, best quality, 15x20 inches, per sheet . FORM OF GUARANTY. certify that ha proper facilities, and able to fulfil a contract for furnishing stationery lor the Department of the Interior during the year ending June Ji, 18?- should bid be accepted. HMBMe ti-M&Ttnw pROPOgALS FOR STATIONERY. . War Departmmt, June 1. HM, * Proposals will be received at tnis Department nntil 12 o'clock on Tuesday, the 28th of June inst , for supplying the Stationery described in the sche dule below, for the fiscal year commencing the 1st day of Joly next. The Stationery must be of the best quality. ? Samples must accompany each bid. TM.e successful bidder will be required to give bond, with approved sureties, for the faithful ful filment of his contract, and the Department will reserve the right to order the articles as it nitiy deem pro per, and to increase or diminish the quan tities below stated. Articles not named in the schedule below are to be furnished at the option of the Department at the lowest market prices. Paper made of linen stock. loreams Despatch Cap. weighing 15 pounds. 1U0 reams Foolscap, rilled or plain, weiffhino-14 pounds. ? s 200 reams Quarto Post, ruled or plain, weighing 10 pounds. ? CCo reams Quarto Post, ruled or plain, hea led as per pattern, weighing 10 pounds. lot) reams Note Paper, ruled or plain. 150reams Note Paper, ruled or plain, healed as per pattern. 2u reams Copying Paper. lo reams Blotting Paper. loo dozen Blotting Boards, 30 reams Envelope Paper, bull or yellow, roval. ISO reams Manilla Wrapping Paper, super royal. Suvelopev, official plain. 150,000 Envelopes, official sizes, extra heavy, Maded as per pattern. 9:>.<nm Envelopes, letter sizes, extra heavy, headed as per pattern. 7oO #ross Metallic Pens. Quills, No. Ho. 250dozen Faber's Black Lead Pencils. lo dozen Blue and Red Pencils. . ISO dozen Penholders. ait dozen Erasers, ivory handle*. 30 dozen Rodpers' or Wostenholm's lour-blade Pen Knives. 3 dozen Scissors. ?2doz.en Shears 40 dozen Maynard Noyes' Black Ink, quarts. 20dozen Maynard &. Noyes'Black Ink, pints. 50 dozen French Carmine. 24 dozen Inkstands, Draper's.Whitney's,or eqnal quality. ? 60 pounds Sealing Wax. scarlet. 20 pounds India Rubber. prepared. 20 dozen Silk Tai>e, assorted colors. 50 dozen rolls Red Tape. HO pounds Lineu Twine. 20dozen large iars Mucilage, with Crushes. B dozen quart bottles Mucilage. *> dozen Blank Books. loo dozen packs V isitingCards. 3 dozen Pen Racks. t> dozen Rulers. 20 cross India Rubber ltands. 1 3dozoA Memorandum Books. ti dozen boxes Notarial Seals. ii <5dozen Notarial Waters. ? ? 2 dozen Port Folios. ? 1 do/.en boxes Eyelets. . ,;<j 1 20dozen Letter Files. ? 12 dozen Writing Fluid. - ydozen Letter Clips. b pen lids Sponge. .... f, 2 dozen Gold Pens and Holders. 200 yards Tracing Linen. \ tldozeai Spongy Cups. . ... Paper Weights. je 1-8,15, -f,?? ON?Yl MOH11I *0^1*1 M. K. WALSH * OOp /f\ LICXNBSD PA WXBBO&XX3, A ? No. ?* . ' M ,T Mom? fii fti BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILimp fimninH' On and after Sunday. April lOth.lMt n?n? will be run betw<*o Wa?hi ngton^Ld N Md Washington and the W?t w follow,?* To'* FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW TORE. Aitr i BOSTON. AaL iKfi1"1" " ,?. iSrfztrsiVMS" ?A'2n|'r! for "n^eiphia will take notice the ?.* p m train is the latest tram daily for Pk,u dtlpkui. v," VdnJiX 7?? ? m d0?8 n" *?'? And is for Ntie \ork passengers exclusive,v, ' FOR BALTIMORE Leave Washington at6.90am,7.30am. 11 u . _ 8.00 p m, 4.90 p m, A.? p m, and 8.*) p m, eice.i Sunday*. ??>?. On Sunday* at 7.90 a m. and 9 and 5.20 p m FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. Leave Washington at 6.90am. and 3 ?nd 8 20? ?r daily, except Sunday. * On Sunday, at 9 and 5.20 pn, only, FOR WASHINGTON AND TUB SOOTH. Leave Baltimore at 9 45,4 20. 7.9 and 10 a m ui 8.90,4.45 and 7.60 p m, daily. except?8unday ' On Sunday, at 9.46 and 4.20 a m and 3.38 p m ct>)j FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave Washington at 4.90am, and 9 and 4?ib. daily, except Snnday. ?0 train for Annapolis on Snnday. Trains leaving Washington at 7.90a m and fjo* m go through to New York without change of ear* Sleeping Car on 7.50 p m train. Bertbs is iW*> ing car can be secured until 5 pm. daily,at tb? Ticket Office; after that hour they must he secure of the sleeping car conductor. The first androurth trains from Washington sto> at all way points. Tor further information, tickets of ovevy kl?4 Ac., apply to GEO. 8. KOONTZ, Agent at Wash ington Station, or at the Ticket office. W. P. SMITH. Master of Transportation, . L. M. COLE. General Tfcket Agent. apll-tf cm JAY COOKE A CO., 4*8 Fifteenth Street, Bickivk Suisonmiojrs ron thb NEW NATIONAL LOAR anthorlied by aet of March 9, 1864, and known u TEN-FORTT BONDS, being redeemable at the pleasure of the Govern Bent, after ten years, and payable forty years fro bp date in coin, bearing interest at VIVB PBB OBN1 A YBAB, payable on honda not over 9100 annually, and on large bonds semi-annually, IN COIN, The COUPON BONDS will be issued in (50, f iocs 9500, and 91 ,W?. The RBGISTBRED BOND8 will be Issued in 54, 9100, |500,91,000,91.000, and 910,000. These are the only gold-bearing securities of t Government now procurable at par, and, yielding at present value of coin OVER BIGHT PBB OBNT PBB ANNUp, offer a very desirable Investment for large or small sums. We Bsy and Sell, at market ratoa, GOVERNMENT BONDS, OF ALL 1SSVM3, TREASURY NOTES, CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS, and COIN, and pay the highest prices for QUARTBRMASTBR'S OBBTIfIOATB OHBOKi. mh JAY COOIB Br CO. JMPORTANT TO SUTLERS SUTLERS "WILL FIND H. A. DOWNING Ac CO.'S CONCENTRATED CLAM TO BE A MOST VALUABLB ARTICLB TO TIIEIR TRADB, It sells very rapidly, and is the most economical article of diet for the officer's mess. It is prepared in one minute, and main's a most delicious Soup or Chowder. It is highly recommended by Arm Surgeons. The profits are large. H. A. DOWNING A CO., Manufacturers of Concentrated Pood No. Ill East 18th St., New York, For sale by BARBOUR A 8EMME8, Sole Agents, 65 Louisiana Avenue, se 2-Iy Washington, D. C. jyiW YORK AND WASHINGTON BTBAMSH1P OOMPANT. The Screw Steamships BALTIMORE, BALVGB, BMPIRB, JAMBS B. eilll, asd PAIBBANKg compose the line of this oompany, leaving foot Wall street, New York, and foot High street, 1 Georgetown, everv Wednesday and Saturday. _ MORGAN A RHINBHART.AgU., 1 feSA-Am Poot Iligh s^? Georgetown. ! 117"HITE YIRGIN WAX OP ANTILLES?A new v v French Cosmetic for beautifying, whitening, I and preserving the Completion. It is the most wonderful compound of the age. There is neither ! chalk, powder, magnesia, bismuth,or tale in its composition, it being composed entirely of pure i Virgin Wax?hence its extraordinary qualities far i preserving the skin, making it soft, smooth, fair, and transp-T* It makes the old appear young, the home!*, handsome; the handsome, more beau tiful, and the most beautiful divine. Price 16 and 60 cents. ,, HUNT'8 BLOOM OP RO^ES, a most perfect color for the cheeks or lipf, does not wash off or injure the skin. Pric-e 25 cents and Jl. IIUNT'SCOURT TOILET POWDE-R, for whitening ^ud preserving the skin. Price 25 and So cents. Manufactured by HUNT & Co.. 41 South Eighth street, Philadel phia. None genuine unless the name of " Hum A Co " is blown on the bottles. For sale at A. CROYEAU'S. 171 Baltimore street, Baltimore, and W. B. ENT WISLE. corner Twelfth street and Pennsylvania ave.. Washington P. C. apl-3m f RAVEL R00F8! O GRAVEL ROOF Sll H. C WILSON A CO., successors to J. P. Walks? A Son, Washington, D. C. manufacturers of PI PROVED FIRE and WATER PROOF FELT, CE MENT and GRAVEL ROOFS. Office?ltol 22d street, below Pa. avcnus. Orders may be left at office Mutual Insurance Company, 7th street and Louisiana avenue, or address ta Post Offibe Box 534. All work executed promptly and on tho mosl reasonable terms, and warrautel. Repairs mads promptly. , mh Jl-3m* HAPPINESS OR MISERY 1-THAT JS THE QUESTION.?The proprietors of the "PAR1 SIAIs CABIXTST OF WONDERS, AW ATOMY, and MEDICINE/'have determined?regardless of ex fense?to,(for the benefit of suffering umanity.) four of their most instructive and in teresting Lectures on Marriage and itaiqualifica tions. Nervous Debility, Premature Decline, la digestion, Weakness, Depression, or ignorance 0f Physiology and Nature's Law These invaiuabls lectures have been the m<?aus of enlightening and saving thousands.and will be forwarded free on th? receipt of four stamps, by addressing Secretary Parisian Cabinet af Anatomy and Mediant. 563 Brwadway, New York iu 13-iy tjTAGE LINK.?From and after Wednesday, M?i 11. a DAILY LINE of Stages will ^ run from the Pennsylvajnia Housej on C street, WAthlngton city. follows: To Sutri^tsVille, T. B:. CeeBtewn, Brvan town, Hughsville, O. Hall. Ohaptico, 9t. C. Bay, and Leonardtown. and return daily. The line to Piscataway, Duffield and Port Tobacco will run &J heretofore, every Tuesday, Thursday and Satur* day. Leave at 8 a.m. , A. F. KIMMELL, Agent. Washington city. May 9.1864. myUm* ESTABLISHED 1850. Hi ISAAC HERZBERG A SON 920,000 to loan in all sums on Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silver Ware, Ladies' and Gents' M'earing Apparel,_ and for the purpose ofJ enlarging our business, we have erected al _ warehouse, and we now make loans on Merchan dise, Furniture Ac., at our old established ?tand. No. 351 C st., betw. 4fc and 6th. rear of National Hotel. lmhl-3m] 1. HEBZBEBG A SON. ^|ABBBY COLLINS * OO.S PHILADBLfHIA DRAUGHT AL1 AND PORT1B, 1 am now rfOelvtng large quantities of DBAO0B7 ALB and PCBTBR from this calibrated Brawns which I Am prepared to furnish on abort neSee to nil persons who will favor ma with their orders. Satisfaction guarantied. Orders given to my drivers will be promptly s> tended to. Goods delivered in all parts of Washington aad Georgetown, free of charge. TermsGsjA e* tUliverv. RILBY A. BHIMM, Agent. Onion Bottknt Depot. 67 Green ap'f-t Georgetown. D-J*.. yniaoiB mohuu.) ^ (Fsisoi# b.nosns. ! MUHUN A SON, Booonggona to *. T. Lssms, L D NB E R D K A L E R S . Canal, Between 13lA and V&th Struts, WaaBlngton, D. O. TBe undersigned having purchased the Lwnber Yar<l of Mr.'JFno. T. fcenman, are now prepared to tarnish Lumber of all kinds at the market rates. They deaire to call attention to their large stoel which oonsists in part of the following kinds: About 100,000 feet Walnut, all thiokneeeas, MQJOOO feet H foplar, prima, 100.000 44 Oak and Ash. various sisee, K&flOC fleet Scantling-and Joist, all lengths, 1 M W>ito-flne CuUin??. 5E2Ta large ennntttj** all eVh?" hlmUof Lumber

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