Newspaper of Evening Star, September 1, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated September 1, 1864 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR Police Reports ? Pini Precinct.? John Brown, grand larceny; dismissed. Henry Mayer?, deserter, military. Second Pre cinct? John B. Conner, fraud; dis missed. Naacy Jackson. as?anltend battery; do. Jare West, pickpocket: jail for hearing. Alonzo Bes?on, graud larceny jail. C O'Con nor, drunk and disorder y; military. Emily Pranford. Sarah Tbomss, disorderly, ?1.58 each. Ann Nnbey, Mary Nubey, Ida Harris, street-walking; Speech. James Evino, high. way robbery-, jail for ?*ourt. ntr.i Precinct ? George W. Oa<*. drunk: dis missed. John Fleming, do: military. Benja min Ogle, disorderly; ?1.14. Elist. Kainey, do ; dismissed. Francis Ash, do.; do. W II. Mc Lean, do. and drunk; ?2.56. Anna Queen, do.; ?2.44. Edw'd McCormlck, drunk; do. John Ellis, throwing stones-, dismissed. B. Becket, do ; ?1.44. Morris Barry, disorderly; 82.44. L-ennis Donovan, do ; ?5.44. M. Donovan, de. and drunk; do. Henry Bldgley, stealing; Jno. Walker, J. T. Jones, Jas. Simm?, disorderly; Jackson Bodgers and J. Simpson, do.; Samuel Peatch, drunk, D. McHarley, asleep in street; J. Handy, drunk; dismissed. Hilleary Hatch ins, carrying weapons; ?10.62. Also, disor derly; ?5.44. E. Roades, do ; do. John Balt zer, de.; ?5 56. Albert Fortune, larceny: jail lor court. C. Calhoun, disorderly; Frank Freund, nuisance: Harriet Stewart and Ann Stewsrt, fighting; Dennis Hayes, drunk and disorderly ?2.44 each, (leorge Jackson, disor derly; ?1.44. L?. Osbaken, drunk; O. WHsob, disorderly; E. Uniac, asleep in the street; mili tary Fourth Precinct.?Husbrod Reed, assault and battery: do. Robert Sibley, threats, bail for peace. John O'Toole, drunk and disorderly; ?2. Pat. Ford, disorderly; dismissed. Redman Sullivan, do.; ?2. Ann Haggerty, disorderly; ?2. Oeorge Williams, grand larceny: jail for court. T.Johnson, disorderly; ?2: also, threats; bail for peace. Washington Shorts, disorderly; ft, John Swift, do.; ?1.6(1 Neal McBride, drunk; ?l.oU Molly Moden, larceny; dis missed. ??tosi Precinct.?Wm. Trunnell, threats; bail for p? tux. Daniel Callaban, drnnk; ?2. Robert Oreen, disorderly; locked up. H. Silber berg, ewirdlicg; dismissed. Ann Butler, dressing in male attire; for hearing. Thomas Taylor, drnnk and disorderly; military. Michael Shay, disorderly-, SI. Michael OBrien, do.: ?1. J. Williams, fighting: &i. N. Hi es, drunk; #1.25. J.L.Jones, assault and battery; jail. David II- fin, disorderly; Edwari Hnghes, do. and drnnk; John Smith, do.; military. William Mctbew, disorderly; SI-ID John Jenny and H. .lack-on. do.: ?2 each. Timothy Rogers and Lewis Bruner, gambling; gm each. E. Mur doch disorderly; S3. James Km;, do; #.'. Jac fsl>ewis, AdamGordor., Edward Dantass, do.: dismissed. tf.ith Precinct?Charles J. Gates, larceny; dis.?-:s.-ed. Elizabeth Smith, do ; bail for court. Mary Mclntyre, disorderly; ?2. Peter Fox, throwing stones: dismiseed. Patrick Sullivan, selling liquor unlicensed: $25.58. Louis John son, harboring minor; dismissed. Jas. Gray. son.,??sorderly conduct; ?4. Wm Lomax, do ; ?5 ?.i Wm. Clark, suspicion of desertion; mil itary. Lizzie Thomas, enticing prostitution: dismlettd. Mary Lee, drunk and disorderly; ?2. Renecca Masen, Emma J. Redin, disor derly; ?2 each. Mary Stepbens, Lizzie Nu gent, Caroline Snv der, Maria Woodbeck, Ida Smith. llar y J. Long, Kate Kane, Jane Court ney, .Mary W blttaker, lewd and lascivious life; #??> .ah Ellen Bride, Nellie William?, Matilda Light, keeping bawdy houses; bail for conrt. Atnie Lane, Annie Loberson, lewd and lascivious life; dismissed. Anna Tyler, do.; ?10. Viok Stewart, ?lo.; ?io. Kate Perry, Eliza J. Anderson. Anne Williams, Lizzie Thomas, Annie Johnson, do; ?5 each. Ida Lewis, do.; deterred. Elizabeth Gibson, do-, ?5. Mary E. Tilgliman, Henrietta Brown, Charlotte A. Nevitt, do.; dismissed. Eliza Spiddle, Margaret Russell, Jennie Weston, Eliza Noll, ?o.; ?5 each. Isabella Peuny, keep, ing bawdy-Bouse; bail for conrt. Geo. John son, disorderly; ?3. F?Crth Ward Station Ca^bb.?George Thompson, burglary; dismissed. Francis Slavin, do.; jaH lor court. Jeremiah Foley, disorderly ; diem if sed. Louisa Kneel, do.; do. Also seiimg liquor to soldiers ; do. Solomon Hammond, assault; bail for peace. Jno. Carr, drnnk and disorderly ; workhouse. Agnes Norman, disorderly; ?2-58. Virginia Hall, do.: workhouse. Henry Albnm, druak ; BUB. Jacob Kleiber, disorderly; dismissed. John Welch, threats. Edw. McCarty. drunk and dis orderly , dismissed. Wm. J. Reno, fighting; ?l.*B. Lucy Myers, disorderly; ?2 58. Jane Brown, Ann Smith, Anna Thompson, Casey Jones, Thos. Parr?n, Jno. Bacon, Jno. Mor gan, Ben j. Brown, James Tripley, Wm. SkiU man, 4J has. Peso in gtou, Jno. Jerome, Joseph Johnson, Jno. Dawson, Andrew I> >gan, Al fred Pumphrey, Jno. Valentine, Jas. Taylor, Ophelia Douglitss, Thos. Reeder, Jno. Baker, Allen Stevens, Jas. S. Morris, disorderly con duct; S5 5S August*?* F. Boyle, robbery; jail lor court. Geo. W. liabbs, do ; jail for court. -? m ?m ? ?y The cultivators of tobacco in the Con necticut river valley are gathering their crops, the quality being equal to any previous years, and the quantity tar more abundant. Many large tobacco growers have their last year's crops on hand, waiting for higher prices. They will do well to be warned in season, for there mna? come an end to high prices and sp?culation. PROPOSALS FOR HARNRS8 IRONS. Obdjuxcb Ornes, Was Dbpabtmbbt,! Wabhibgton. Sept. I, ism. \ Proposals will be received by this Department until SATURDAY, tbe 17th day of September, at 4 o'clock p.m., for the delivery at the Spring field Armory. Massachusetts. Watervliet, Frank tort or New York Arsenals, of d.??? single sete of Wrougbt Iron Work, for United States Artillery Harness. Tbe Harn?** Iron? are to be packed in well made boxea containing twelve single sete each, being an assortment for 4 wrn?-1 and 8 lead hor-es: and each twelve sets so packed, will consist of the following piece? : 3 pairs long Hame?.complete 3 pairs short Hamen, complete ? pairs medium Haines, complete -48 Trace Clips with Ut Rivets 4 doable Loops or Eves 12 Saddle loops ( bent for canile) 24 Traee Eyes 24 long Chains, with toggles 4 Breast Hooks 2 Leg Guards, with in rivets ? fiaddle Loops, straight, for r ding saddle Pom mel These Harness Irons are to conform strictly in ?attern and weight to the model nets to be seen at bin office and at the Springneid Armory; are to be smoothly finished; are to fill the sti.ni.trd guagee, and each piece is to be made ef the Bise and kind of iron preei-rioed in the official hill of iron, copies of which can be obtained at this office, at the New York Agency, ant at the Bpringtield Armory. All the irons are to be well japanned?the japan to l-e of the best quality, and wtJl baked on. They are to be subject to inspection at the factory where male, before and after japanning. The Hamen areto be marked with the maker's name, tbe size, and tbe letters U.S. A. The latter let er? one-fourth of an inch high. All the pieces are to be put up in proper bundles, prop? ri y label led. and each box is to be carefully pacata, as prescribed by the Inspector. The packing boa to be paid for at the Inspector s valu ation. Deliveries are to be made at the rate of not lees than sixty sets per da> Commencing on tbe ist day of October. 1??>4. next. Failure to deliver at tbe specified time will sub ject tbe contractor to a forfeiture of the sum ber he may fail to deliver st that time. ?o bids will be considered except from parties actually engaged in tbe manufacture of this or similar kinds cf iron work, and who can bring ample evidence that they have in their own shops all tbe machinery and appliances for turning out the full amount of work specified per day. GUARANTEE. The bidder will be required to accompany his ?propositi?? with a guaranty signed by two respon feible persons, that, in case his bid le *ccepted. he will at l'in?*? exei-ute the contract for the same with good and sufficient sureties, in a sum equal to the amount ?.f tbe contract to deliver the articles pro posed in conformity with the terms of this adver .ispment; and in caee the said bidder should fail to ??nter ?nt?> the contract, they to make *?>od the dif ference between the offer of said bidder and the next responsible Bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded The responsibility of the guarantors must he shown by the official certificate of the Clerk of the nearest District Court, or of tbe United States District Attorney Bonds in a eu m ?quai to the amount of the con tract, signed by :he contractor and both of his guaran t^r?, will be required of the successimi bid u-?.- or ladders upon Rigning tbe contract. POHM OF GUARANTRR. W ?he ; u4?sisigned, residents of -., fa th? n-n.iL/ of-, ? :.d State of -??, hereby, jointly ?nd sederai y, coven?..t with the United State? and guarantee, in ca?*' the foregoing bid of ' -bevcceited, that he or tbey will at once exe cute tne contract for the urne, with good and suffcrient sureties, in a ?um equal to the amount of tbe contract, to furnish the articles proposed, in conformity to the terms of this advertisement dated Sept. 1,1864.under which the bid was made' and in caae the said-shall fail to enter into ? contractas, foresaid.w* guarantee to make good thediflerenc* between the offer of the said -_. and the next lowest responsible bidder,or the oer son to whom the contract may be awarded t Given under our hands and seal? ) this-day of-. \&Z* ,e*li Witness: [Seal.] [Seal.i To this guaranty must be appended th? official certificate above mentioned. form? of bids can be obtained at any of the atVjv? named arsenals. Proposal? not made out on tbis form will not be received. B.ds will be received for the entre number or anv B*rt thereof;and bidders will state the arsen al at which they caa deliver, ani the number of ?? '- at -ach.Vfor more than one. The Depart ment reserves the right to reject any or all the hide, if deemed unsatisfactory ob any ?eeonnt. Proposal? will be addressed te "Brigadier Gen eral Geortce D Ramsay. Chief of Ordnance, Wash iLgt^a.D.C."and will be endorsed "Proposai? for R?roi'M Irons." . a? *_? S*0^1 D RAM8AT. ep i ec'd Brig. (?en , Chief ef Ordnance. EDUCATIONAL. ST. MATTHBW8 INSTITUT!, nineteenth Street, between G and H. Tbe cle,s?es will be resumed on tbe first Monday of September. Terms: First Department, fin per session; 8econd Department, SO cents per month In advance_ao^-St" THE MISSES K0ONB3' SBMINABV, WasB ington City. 4*0 D street. The exercises of this Seminary will be resumed on the ?th or ees te m ber, 1864._au29-3t* MRS JIN BIN'S SEMINARY FOR BJ?8 will reopen on MOM DAY, Bestspsber 6, imt, at her residence, 3*1 3d street, between siidD streets._an 29-4t? M"188 M. LEWIS S SOEOOL FOR GIRLS -Th? duties of tbie school will be resumed MON DAY. September 6, 18?. at 449 9th street, an 29- 8t*_;_ MISS TAYLOR expects to reopen her School for Girls and little ?oys on MONDAY. Sept. 5th, in the session room of the 1st Presbyterian Church, on tlt st. Entrance SB the north gate, an 29-eo4t* BOARDING AND DAY SEMINARY FOR YOCNG LADIES, Corner Prospect and Frederick streets, George town, D C. Tire. Gen T. T. WHEELER, Prin cipal. Tbe duties of this institution will be re sumed on Monday. Sept. 12._an 29 2w (GONZAGA COLLEGE. .__?.. I _ F.bet.tth and loth ete.. Will commence the First Session of the scholas tic year 1*4-66, on MONDAY, Sept. 6th. The terms are the same for the Classical and English Departments, vit :l|]5 per session of 11 weeks |au29 3t*] B. F. WlQET. 8. J. Pres't. CT, VINCENTS SCHOOL, S Corner?/ Wie and G streets. UNDER THE CHARGE OF THE SISTERS OF _ CHARITY. Tbe duties of this school will be resumed on TH URSDAY, Bept. 1st, 1864. The Sisters in charge will devote themselves to the advancement of their pupile in all the branches nf an English education, and will pay strict regard to the moral training of all placed under their care. In consequence of the advance of prices the Sisters are compelled to increase their rates of tuition._an 27-?w M FEMALE SCHOOL. RS. MARIA C. McCORMICK, late of Alexan dria, Va., having removed her school te Cam bridge, Md., is prepared to receive four or five girls, as boarding pupils, in her family. Their intellectual, domestic and moral training will re ceive her most assiduous care. Her sucaess, while for years engaged in Alexandria, in educating girls, is well known to all old residents of that town. Parents in this vicinity who desire further in formation concerning the advantages of her school are respectfully referred to Lewis McKenzie, Esq., of Alexandria. Va . or W. D. Wallach, Editor of th- Washington Star. Her terms for board, tu ition, A- c , are moderate. Cambridge, Md. where she has recently located ber school, is one of the healthiest and most de lightful village? in the union, and has about it no attribute whatever except such as a prudent and scucitoti* parent will approve in selecting a local ity in which to have h daughter thoroughly edu cated a?>d trained for future usefulness. Tbe fall term of her school commence* on the first Monday ot September._au ? dim F EMERSON INSTITUTE?Select Classical and j Mathematical school for boys. Fourteenth ?treet, betwe?" 1 cod K. The Twelfth Annual Session of this School -?ill begin the first MON DAT in September. For circulars, Ac., address the Principal. CHAS. R. YOUNG. 84* New York avenue. Tuition per quarter, $20. au25-6t* GEORGETOWN SELICt" ENGLISH AND ? CLASSICAL. ACADEMY YOUNG GENTLEMEN. < ROBERT PHIPPS, Pribcipal. The Second Term of this Institution will begin on Monday September 5, Mfj4. at the new school hoase, northeast corner of West and Montgomery streets, Georgetown, D. C. The number of pupils is strictly limited to twen ty-five. The long experience and success o the Principal warrants him in assuring parente that they will find this school well adapted for ser jrina for their sons a taorough Sngiish and Classical education, combined with the advantages of con genial associations and careful moral training, Rbpbrkbcbs: Rev. Dr. Pyne, Washington. Rev. J.H.C Bont?. Georgetown. Rev. N. P. Tillinghast. Geor*eto?rn. Henry Addison, Esq.. Mayor of Georgetown. Major Kurt? TJ. 8 A , Georgetown. Major ^"bols?n. C. 8 M. C. Georgetown. Thomai? C. Cox, Esq., Georgetown. Henry D. Cooke, Esq., President First National Bank, Washington. C. E. Rittenbonse, Esq., President Rank of Com merce. Georgetown. The Principal may be freen at 111 West street Georgetown._au 23 2w MISSMAGRUDER will open, on the 1st of Sep tember, a DAY SCHOOL FOB YOUNG LA DIES. No. 107 West strt/ot. between Congress and Washington streets, Georgetown, D. C. Resi dencej 11 West street._au H-ta* CUMBERLAND V4LLBY INSTITUTE 10 YOUNG GENTLBMEN. Mkcua5:c.^bukg. Pa., , REV. O. EGE A BONS Terms fWl per scholastic year. Duties resumed Sept. let. Circulars attaiSoMco,_au 19 2w* ?> II eT?I ?D?~~F ? M AL E ACADEMY.?The fif teenth annual session of this institution will commence on Ihe 5th of September, 1M4. Circu lars ? btained at the Academy, corner 14th street and New York avenue._an 16 eo2m* KOOKY ILLS ACADEMY. B1 Session commence? Sept. 5th. Entire expen?e for 21 weeks, filo. Circulars at Star Office,or ad dress R. K. BU ENS. Principal, an ? eolm* Broekville, Montgomery co., Md. ?" ^ EORG STOW ? ?bOLLBGETDTO.?The e\.?r T cises of George? own College, D. C, will be re sumed on the first Monday in September. an ?? eot,8ep5? JOHN EARLY, S J. Pres't. LAFAYETTE INSTITUTE, A Select School for young Ladies and Misses, 3b7 I street, be tween 13tn and i4th, will reopen on MONDAY. September 6th. Experienced and thorough teachers. M ?.:.. ? and French in charge of eminent Profes sor?. For circulars call at Drug Store corner of I and 12th, or at the Institute after September 1st. Jli-.M WILLIAMS a HAL8TEAD. sn 24 d2t&colt* (Chron;_ G GEORGETOWN ACADEMY. I ?0R YOUNG LADIES. No. 128 Bridge st., between Congress and Highste. Tbe annual exercises of this Ins' itution will com mence on MONDAY, the 6th of Bep'ember next. Circulars can be had at Mr Orandell's Book store, Georgetown, or Mr. Joyce's Bookstore, Penn. avenue, near 2i>th street. Washington. Rev. OLIVER COX. Principal. a7*Car tickets will be supplied by the Principal to pupile residing in Washington, at half price. an 2-eolm?_ MILITARY BOABDING SCH00L-On Balti more Railroad, 16 miles from Philadelphia. Pupils have the benefits of a home; thorough course in Mathematics. Languages, English, Ac. Number limited. Terms moderate. Received at anytime. Fine Library and Apparata?. Address Rev. J. HSRVEY BARTON, A. M., Village Greea Seminary. Delaware county. Pa Jy 9-7w* DENTISTRY. riiAL? DI800VSBY_IN D1NTIBTBY. Ttttk Exuatttd without fain with th? MuhriM ?/ Oxygen. I would advise all persons having teeth to e? traot to call at Dr. LEWIE'S office, _sS__BBBs_ and hsve them taken out by this new^ and harmless procese. Also call andv examine th? Doctor?? new and im proved method of Inserting Artificial Teeth. If you once see the ?-rest improvement In his teeth you will have them in no other style tasa this new and valuable ene. No. 348, Pa. avenue, between Uth and Uth streets. novia_8. R. LEWIS. M. P., Dentist. M TEETH. . LO0M18, M. D., the Inventor Bad Fatante? of thoMINSBAL PLATS TEETH, at tends personally at his office in this city Many persona ean wear these* teeth who cannot wear others, sad no person can wear others who s?nnet wear these. Person? sailing at my office ean be accommodated with any style and price of Teeth they may desire, but to those who are particular and wish the purest, cleanest, atrongest. and most perfect denture that art ean produce, the MINERAL PLATE will be more fully warranted. Boom? in this city?No S.I S Pennsylvania avena? between 9th and 10th ?treats. Also, 907 Arch st, Phiia-leiphia, mar4-ly a of? CHOICE STOCK dSfi 4*0 INTERIOR ADORNMENTS. 4 96 4*>6 PAPSPHANGINGS. 4S6 A select and varied a ock of Gilt, Medium and low priced Paperhangings, Borders,Statues,Cea ? e Piece?. Ac. WINDOW SHADES. Ruff, Green, Chocolate, Brown ?nd Gilt Window Shade?, a variety Of patterns; Shade Fixtures, Tassels. Ae. PICTURE CORD AND TASSELS. Bilk snd Worsted Picture Cord and Tassels, dif ferent efiee and colors, a beautiful assortment; Picture Sings, Nails, Ae. OVAL PICTURE FRAMES. The largest assortment of Oval Frames in the District, warranted to be gilded with gold leaf; also, a variety of Dark Wood Frames, with a va ried stock of small-sited Oval and Carte de Visite Frames. ENGRAV1NGB AND PAINTINGS. A few choiee Engraving* and Painting? always in store. . .??,,. Orders for Pap?-hanging snd Window ?Shades punctually attended to in city or county. Terms cash fer goods or labor. J.MARKRITER, No. 486 Seventh street, JyT-tSl? Eight Doors above Odd Fellows' Hall. BOOTS AND SHOES TO SUIT THB TIMES. We aJe now manufacturing all kinds ef BOOTS and SHOES, and constanly receiving a sup- _r_tjfaj ?ly of Eastern made work of every av?crip-B___ ion, ma-ie e ipres?ly to order, and will bef7__B soldat uniucn U wer price than has been Vbbb? heretofore charged in this city for much inferior articles. Persons in want of BOOTS and SH0S8 of Eastern or City made work, will always find a good assort ment m store and at tbe lowest prices. Give ua a call ORIFMN A BBOTHBB. aps-tr 314 Penn. awns?. CLS^AND^HIIiT8 TOBIFLSMBW. LoBdoa!^ enswere on Musketry, part t; InstnetJon of Musketry; London. ?^.tP^^MaSaa*? Loadon? 9tit?\i?tittX ????? >T? l?AJI0S?TATLOB, OFFICIAL. I, A?futmnt OeasraT. Ojie?, 1 ossane*?., Mars* 17, le?t ( W? Ail applications ??t leave? of absence or per? mission to visit Washington mast ha addressed to Major General Halleck, Chief of Staff, and must specify the business for which the officer _e*Lre? the permission. Telegrams SsbbbbbBSBI dlrset to the Secretary of War on this Bubjeot will receive no attention. By order of the Secretary ef War: ?. O Towwesaro, Adjutant G PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR COAL. Navy Agmt's Ornes, / WashibgtoS, August 26. 1864. < Sealed Proposals will be received at this office until WEDNBuDAY. September 7th, 1364, at 12 o'clock M.. for the delivery at the Ordnance Yard, in tkis city, of the following aizea and kinda of coal, vis : For Ordnance Foundry, 3,000 bushel? of Charcoal, do do do 900 tons et' Anthracite Egg Coal. For Ordnance Foundry, 260 ton? of Cumberland Coal. For Ordnance Engine, 2S0tons of Cumberland Coal. Fer Ordnance Steamer Baltimore, 1,200 tona of Anthracite Coal (steamer sise). The above Goal to be of the best quality, and subject to inspection before acceptance. All of the Coal to be delivered by the 1st day of November, 1864, free of expense to the Government, Pr?posais must be addressed to 8. P. BROWN, Wavy Agent. Washington. D. O._an 36-lot PROPOSALS FOB WOOD. Headquartkrs Dbpabtmbbt or Wabhisqto?, Offici of Cmikf Quabtbrmastbr. Noe. ?34, 536. 53? and 540 Fourteenth at., _ Near New York avenue, ???? o Washington, Auguste. 1864. PBOP08AL8 are invited for furnishing Wood to the troops in and around the Forts hereinafter spec ified,from partieaowning Wood or Wood land? ia the vicinity of the same, via : North of the Potomac? Forts Sumner, Mansfield, Bayard, Simmons, Gaines, Reno, Kearney, De Russy. Stevens, Slocum, Totten, Slemmer, Bun ker Hill Saratoga, Thayer aud Lincoln, and Batteries Sneade, Simball, Parrott. and Came ron. East of Eastern Branch Potomac?Forte Greble, Carroll, 8nyder, Stanton, Baker, Davis, Dupont, Meigs.Mab&n, and Batteries Bichette and Wag ner. South of Potomac?Forts Marcy, Ethan Allen. 0. F. Bmith, Bennett, De Kalb, Corcoran, Hager ty, Woodbury, Whipple, Case, Tillinghast, Craig and Albany. Proposals are also invited for furnishing Wood to Point Lookout, St. Mary's county. Maryland, to the Cavalry Depot, Giesboro Point, Maryland, and to the Camp of Dismounted Cavalry, m the same vicinity; also, for furnishing and delivering Wood at points on the banks of the Potomac river, accessible to boats, and on tbe banks of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. Bids will also be received for cutting and cord ing Wood at such Points within tbe limits of the Department of Washington as may be designated by the Chief Quartermaster. Full information on this poiut will be given on application to this omce. Proposals will be reseived under thia advertise ment for Wood anywhere within the limits of the Department of Washington fer supply of troops in said Department. Proposals will be made in the following manner, to wit: 1. Fot Wood standing,(price per cord.) 2. For Wood felled by the United States engi neers or otherwise, (price per cord.) 3. For Wood cut and eoraed on the ground. Proposals must specify the locality, kind, quan tity and quality of the Wood, and its distance from tbe nearest fort, camp or station for troupe. Bach bidder must attach his full name and pest office address to his bid, and the names ot all par ties interested in the proposal must appear in the bid. Proposals from disloyal partie? will not be con sidered, and an oath of allegiance must accompa ny -ach proposition. Bids will be opened from time te time, sud con traete or purchase made as tbe Wood may be re quired. Tbe right ia reserved to accept all or any part of a bid. No verbal propositions will be entertained, but every bid, or modilication of the same, muet be in writing. Proposal? should be endorsed "Proposals for Wood," and addreesed to ' BLIA8 M. GREENS, Lieut. Colenel and Chief Quartermaster, an?-1st Departmeat of Washington. C. W. BOTBLBB. JNO. W. BOTELBR C. W. BOTKLER A SON, ??G?????3, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IS CHINA, GLA88 AND CROCKERY WARB, TABLE CUTI. BUY. SILVER PL ATED WARB, BRITANNIA WARE, BLOCK TIN GOODS, TIN CHAMBER 8ET8, COAL OIL LAMPS, JAPANNED WAITERS, DOOR MATT8. FEATHER DU8TEB8, BRUSHES, WOOD WARE, AND H0U8XKEBPING ARTICLES GENERALLY. WtT HOUSES, HOTXL8, AND STEAMBOATS FURNISHED AT SHORT NOTICE. 31? IRON HALL, PBNN8YLYANIA AYENUX. 17-eo6m between 9th and 10th ate J08BPH REYNOLDS A 00, PLUMBERS, GAS, AND ETE AM FZ? TEES, No. f 00 Niara Stbbb?, near avenue, Have last received, and will constantly keep on hand, the largest ana best assortment in tUe city of Chandeliers, Bracket?,Drop Light?, Portable?, Glas? Globes, mica and other Bbnaes, and all arti ?les in this lin?, from tbe best establishment? in New York, Philadelphia, Ac, which will be sold on the moat reasonable terms. Also, RANGES, FUBNA0S8, sud Fire-Board Stove?. We are prepared to furnish the beet BANGS la use anywhere, on vary reasonable term?. Hotels, Restaurants, Ac. are invited to call. We do all kind? of GA8 and STEAM Attinga promptly and cheap, as also everything in the PLUMBING line in the most satisfactory manner. Call and see our Bathing Tnba, Fountains Water Closets, Wash-stands, Basin?, Ac, Ac,at No. 400 Ninth ?treet, near Pennsylvania avenue, the largest establishment in the city._fe 2-cotf JAY COOKS Ac CO., BANKERS, HAYB THIS DAT, REMOYED TO THEIR NEW OFFICE, FIFTXXNTH 8TBBXT. NBAR G. 0PP08ITB UNITED BTATE8 TREASURY. aug 1-tf_ THB 8CPBBMB COURT OF THB DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA, holding a District Court of the United Btates for tbe said District. To all tchim it may concern, greeting : Notice is hereby given, that on the 2d day of An feat, 1864, the ?chooner L. B. Oowperthwaite, tac le and appari!, furniture. An., were seised for violation of th? Revenue Laws by tbe United States Collector of Customs at Georgetown, D. C. and brought the same into this District for adjudication; and the k*H_e are libelled aud pros ecuted in this court. jfrWhe name of the United State?, for condemnation; and have been arrested by the marehal for the reasons in tne libel stated ; and tbat said cause will stand for trial at tbe City Hall, in the city of Washington, on tbe first Mon day of September next, when and where all per sona are warned to appear to show cause why con demnation should not be decreed, and to inter vene for their inter*.t*. ?. . _?_,?o ? ._ Anguat 2.18&4. R? *? ME1GS, Clerk. an 3-tawtd _ OfiQ SEVENTH STREET. ^fiQ CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, FURNITURE. HOUSKFURNISHING GOODS, CUTLBBY, PLATED CASTORS,8POON8,Ac. Fifty pieces Ingrain, Rag and Hemp Carpeta, which we are offering at much lesa than present prices, some as low as 55 cents per yard. In Furniture and Houaefurniahing Goods we can defy cb:opetition. ______ -__. Oar stock of Cutlery snd Plated Ware we are of fering at extraordinary bargains. Persons in want of Housefurmehing Goods will find it decidedly to their interest to give ne a call, aa all of our stock was purchased previous to the last ad vane??, which enables us to offer greater in ducement? than any bouse in thia city. A discount of ten per cent, allowed en all billa of ?Wand upwards. HBNRY B0NTZ. Successor to Bontz A Griffith, an 15-bt 369 7th street, near I. M ASSE Y COLLINS A CO.'8 PHILADELPHIA DRAUGHT ALB AND P0BTXR. I am now receiving large quantities of DRAUGHT ALB snd PORTER from this celebrated brewery, which I am prepared to furaish on ihort notice to all persone who faror me with tbeii order?. Orders giren to my drivers will b? promptly st? tended to. Goods delivered in all parta ef Washington and Georgetown, free of charge. RILXY A. BHINN. Agent. Union Bottling Depot, 07 Green atreet p5-tf_Georgetown, D. O. ? UTTBR' CHB18EI D. E. D?TBOW A BRO., G G S:1 Wholesale Dealer?. aa 10-In?_Tfc_4i0jth street. PIANOS.?We have inst received eight more o Steinway A Son's Piano? all ot theflCSSMH different sisee and styles, which we ofterfT^'Wl for sal? at factory priese. Th?se Pianos ?_????__! what higher ia price than other?, but their no. ssrioritp Js apparent to all, after s careful exam Ination. We hare also on a*nd a large assort me ?t ef ether makers. Maesa A Hamlin'? Cabiaet Or *aas. Prince'? lUloeeona, at Musi? itore of W W. G. MMTZBROTT ?all ??r.Uthat.andPa.svana?. PE0P08AL8. lOPOSALB. ! Saw Dbfartiibbt, ffureau of lards and Docks. August ?, 1864 Sealed Proposai? for each class ?epar*tely en dorsed" Proposal.? for Class No. (name the class' for the Navy Yard at (earn? the yard )." wUl be re ceived at this office until the i.uh of 8^p*ember next.at lo'cleck.p. in., at which hour the opening of th? bid? will be commenced, for furnishing ana delivering, at the several Navy Yaras named the materials and articles embraced in printed eahed ales, which witb fall instructions, will be fur nished on application, and sent by mail, if so re queued, to persons desiring to offer to contract for any or all of the classes named therein, by the commandants of tb? several Navy Yards, for the classes for the yard? under their command, or by tbe Navy Agent nearest thereto, or by the Bureau for ?ny or all of the yards. ? > prevent confesi?n and mistakes in sealing the oflcrs, no bid will be received which contains clai?e? for more than one yard in one envelop??; nor an? bid which is not perfect and complete in itself according to the form? of offer and guaranty, and ea?h individual of a firm meat aign the bid and coatract. Bidders are hereby cautioned and particularly notified that their offers must be In V e forns here ins'terprescribed, and be mailed in timeti reach tr>>*ir destination before the time expires for re ceiving them; no bid will be considered which ?tall be received after the period stated, and no allowance will be made for failures of the mail. All offer? trust be accompanied by a certified copy of the bidder's license. To guard against offers being opened before the time appointed, bidders are requested to endorse on the envelope, above the address, and draw a Une nnder th? endorsement, thua: ''Proposals for Class No. (name the class) for the Navy Yard at (name tbe yard.)'' To the Chief of the Bureau of Yards and Dock e, Washington. D.O. Instructions and forme of offer, with copies of he laws bearing on the subject, will be furnished by commandants of yard?, navy agents, and the Bureau, on application to all or either of them. POBT8MOUTH.N.H. Class No. 1, Bricks; class No. 2, Stone; class No. 5, Oak and Hard Wood; class No. 6, White Pine, Spruce. Juniper, and Cypress; clase No. 7, Lime, Hair, and Plaater; clase No. 8, Cement; class No. 9. Gravel and Sand: class No. G?1;, Moulding and Fire Sand and Fire Clay; class No. io,Slate; class No. 11, Iron. Iron Nails,and 8pikes; class No. 12, Steel; class No. 13, Pig-iron; class No. 14. Files; cla*s No. 15. Paints, Oils, and Glass; clasa No. 16, Shin Chandlery; class No. 17, Hardware; class No. 18, Stationery; class No. 19, Fire Wood; class No. V, nay and Straw; c'as? No. 21, Provender; class No. 22. Charcoal; class No. 23, Belting. PackiDg, and Hose; class No. 24. Sperm and -lubricating Oils; class No. 25, Ivon Castings; class No. 2-\ Augurs; class No. 27, Anthracite Coal; class No.29, Bituminous Cumberland Coal; class No. 31, Copper and Composition Nail?; class No. 32, Machinery and Tools; else? A, Cement Paint. BOSTON. Clase No. 1, Bricks; class No. 2.Stone: class No. 5 Oak and Hard Wood; class No. 6, White Pine, Spruce, Juniper, and Cyress; class No. 7, Lime, Hair and Plaster; class No 8, ?jment: class No. 9 Gravel and Sand; class No. Hi?, Moulding and Fire Sand and Fire Clay; class No. 11. Iren, Iron Spikes and Nails: class No. 12, Steel ; clasa bo. IS, Pig Iron; class No. 14, Files; class No. 15, Paints, Oils and Glass; clase No. 16, Ship Chandlery; clase No. 17, Hardware; class No. 18. Stationery: clasa No 19, Fire Wood; class No. 2", Hay and Straw; clase No. 21, Provender; clasa No. 22, Oharcoal; class No. 23, Belting, Packing snd Hose; class No. 24, Sperm and Lubricating Oil*: class No. 25, Iron Castings; ciase No. 26, Angers; class No. 27, An thracite Coal; class No. 29, Bituminous Cumber land Coal; clas? No. ;3 ', Semi-Bituminous, Broad Top Coal, and Pic.tou; class No. 32, Machinery and Tools; class A, New Joiner Shop. class B. H. B. Smith's Patent Boring and Morti-ring Machine. NEW YORK. Class No. 1, Bricke; clase, No 2. Btone; class No. 2X. Stone; clase No. 4, Yellow Pine Lumber: class No. 6. Oak and Hard Wood; clase No. 6, Wbite Pine, Spruce, Juniper and Cypress; class No. 7, Lime, Hair and Plaster; class No 3, Cement; class No. 9, Gravel and Sand: class No. BM, Moulding and Fire Sand and Fire Clay; class No. IO, Siale: class No. 11, Iron. Iron Spikes, and Nails; class No. 12, Steel; class No. 13, Pig Iron; class No. 14, Files; class No. 15, Paints. Oils and Glass; class No. 16. Ship Chandlery; class No. 17. Hardware; class No. 18. Stationery; class No. 20, Hay and Straw; class No. 21, Provender; class No. 22, Char coal; class No. 23, Belting. Packing, and Hose; class No. 24. Sperm and Lubricating Oils; clas? No. 25, Iron Works, Piping. A.c.; class No. 2., Augers; cla#s No. 27, Anthracite Coal: class No 30. B?rai Bituminone Broad Top Coal; class No. 31, Cop per and Composition Nails; class A, Fire Truck, PHILADELPHIA. Class Ne. 1, Brick?; class No 2, 8tone; else.? No. 4, Yellow Pine Timber; ?lass No. 5, Oak and Hard Wood; ?lasa No.ii, White Pine, Sprnce. Juniper, andCyprese; class No. 7, Lime,Hair, end (Master; claesNo 9, Gravel and Band; clasa No. 11,Iron, Iron 8pikes, and Nail? ; class No. 12. Steel ; class No. 14. Files; class No. 15, Paints, Oils, and Glas?; clae? No. le.Bhip Chandlery; class No. U.Hard ware ; class No. 13. Stationery: class No. LI, Fire wood; class No. 20, Hay and Straw; class No. 21, Provender; class No. ?tl. Charcoal: class No. 23, Belting, Packing, and Hose; class No. i'4. Sperm and Lubricating Oils: cla?s No. 26, Angers; clase No. ?7. Anthracite Coal; class No. SO, Semi -Bitu minous, Broad Tap Coal; class No. 32. Machinery and Tools; class A, Bilge Water Indicators; class B, Spark Arrester?; classC. Pitch couse. NAVAL ASYLUM, Class No. 1. Clothing; class No. 2, Hats, Boote, Shoes. Ac; class No. 3, Provisions; class No. 4, Groceries; class No. 5, Dry Goods; class No. 6, Bread, Ac ; class No 7, Tobacco, class No. 8, Coal; class No. 9, Paints, Oils. Glass, Ac; class No. II. Lumber; class No. 12, Firewood; class No. 13. Provender; class No. 14, Miscellaneous; class No. 15, Hardware; class No. 1?:. Stationery. WASHINGTON. Class No. 1. Bricks; class No. 2, 8tone; class No. 4 Yellow Fine Lumber: class No. ft. Oak and Hard Wood; class No. 6, White Pine. Spruce. J uni per, and Cypress: class No. 7, Lime, Hair, and Plaster; class No. 8 Cement; class No. 9, Gravel and Sand; clase No. y -. Moulding and Fire Sand and Fire Clay; class No 11. Iron, Iron Nails, and 8pikee; class No. 12, Steel; clase No. 13, Pig-iron; class No. 14 File?; class No. IS, Paint?, Oils, and Glass; class No. 16 Ship Chandlery; class No. 17, Hard ware; clas? No. 18, Stationery; class No 19. Fire wood; class No. 20. Hay and Straw; class It*. 21, Powder; clas? No. 22. Charcoal; class No. 23, Belt ing. Packing, and Hose; class No. 23, Sperm and Lubricating Oil?; class No. 27. Anthracite Cosi das? No. 29, Bituminous Cumberland Coal- class No. 32. Machinery and Tools. NORFOLK. Clikss No. 1, Bricks; clase N?. 3. Yellow Pine Timber; class No. 4, Yellow Pin? Lumber: class No. 5, Oak and Hard Wood; class No. 6, White Pine, Spruce, Juniper and Cypress; class No. 7, Lime. Hair and Plaster: cla-? No. 8. Cement; class No I'''-. Moulding ami Fire sand and Fire Clay ?class No io. Slate: class No. 11, Iron. Iron Spikes and Nails; elass No. 12, Steel; clase No. 13, Pig Iron: clae* No 14, Files; class No. 15, Paints, Oil? and Glass; class No 16. Ship Chandlery; class No. 17, Hard ware ;claas No is. Stationery; class No. 19, Firewood; class No. 20. Hay and Straw; class No. 21, Provender; class No. 22, Charcoal; class No. 23, Belting. Packing and Hoae,class No. 24, Sperm and Lubricating Oil: class No. sj. Auger?; class No. 27, Anthracite Coal; class NOjJB. Bituminous, Cum berland Coal. class No. a i. JU.a?- Bituminone Broad Top Coal? Lump; class No'.STCopper and Compo sition Nail?; class No. 31, Machinery and Toole; class A, Sashes, Glazed. PEN8AC0LA.FLORIDA Clase No. 16, Ship Chandlery; class No. 17, Hard ware; class No. 18, Stationery; class No. 19, Fire wood; class No. 20, Hay and 8traw; class No. 21, Provender; class No. 24, Sperm and Lubricating Oils; class No 26, Augers: clasa No. 27, Anthra cite Coal; class No. 20, Bituminous Cumberland Coal; clasa No. 32, Machinery aud Tools. au 24-W4W_ ASSISTANT QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, FOBAGB AHD RlVKB TBANSPOBTATION Sbvbsth Strickt Wharf. Washington, D. c., Augmt 25,1361. CIBCULAR. In accordance with instructions from Brigadier General D. H. Rueker, Chief Quartermaster, De pot of Washington. I-have placed schooners at Upper and Lower Cedar Points, in the positions occupied by tbe light boats, previous to their de struction by the rebels. From sunset until sunrise a light will be awHng from each of the schooners. Tbe reason given by captains of vessels, chartered and owned by the United States Quartermaster Department, for archering in the Petomec river at night, was, that they feared that they would run their vessels aground if they attempted to run past the shoals after dark. The lamps placed on the echoonere will give a light aufilcintly strong to enable all pilots te pass up and down the river with safety, provided they govern themselves by the charts provided by United States Coast Survey. From snd after this date,no vessel propelled by steam will be allowed to anchor, excepting in suoh weatber as by running the lose of the vessel or cargo might be endangered. All master? of vessels are directed to report any neglect on the part of tbe parties on board of the light echoonere, in not keeping their lights burn ing at all honre of the night. A espy of this circular will be kept posted in the pilot bouse of every vessel owned and chartered ty tbe Government, plying on tbe Potomac river. R. 8. ALLBN, an 29 22t_Capt. and A.Q. Mi A RTILLKRY HORSES WANTBD AT ONCE. Chibf QuarthrmABTBB'8 Owe?, WseHisoTos Dspot, Washibgvoh, July ?, 1864. HOR8B8 suitable for artillery service will be purchased at this depot, by tbe undersigned, in open market, from date until September 1 1864, in lots of six to fifty, at one hundred and eighty dol Lareif 18o) per animal; each animal to be subjected to the usual Government inspection before being accepted. Horses to be delivered to. and inspected by Capt. 0. H. Tompkine, A. Q. M . U. 8. ?., corner 2-4 and G atreeta, Washington, D.O. ? ....... D. H. RUCKER, Brigadier General, Chief Quartermaster, JyJ9-**r_Dcpotof Washington. nnSAMBTBRS WANTBD. i aie/Quartermaster't Office, Depot of Washington, { Washington, D. C. Aug. IS, 1864. ( Wanted, at once, five hundred (60?? to one thou sand ( 1,090) Teamsters, each capable of driving with ?ingle lin? and managing eix mule team?. To euch who are competent to perform the duty, tbe pay per month will be thirty five 55) dollars, with on? ration per day, and hospital privileges, including the best medical attendance when ?Fck. Men experienced as Wagon Master? will reoeiv? ?neh positions, npon bringinato this point twenty five (25) good Teamster?. *P?_X *S ?aptain CHARLES ?. TOMPKIN8. A. Q. M_U. 8. ?., corner of Twenty-aecond and Q .traete,W-hiajrioa.D.O. ? H. ??0?1?, Brig. Gen. and Chief Quartermaster, *u 18-21t Depot of Washington. 3MP????? TO _nK)MP????? TO TFT] \s t. staining Official State Paper*, both Natte-, not pnbliahed in the r?gu Usa Rasara. 1 Tel. tro tr PK0P0SAL8. pBOPOBALB W9JE FOSAOS. 0^_??^WBBJf_peaaiOppief_ ? W ABHIBOTOB DSPOV, ??. 8, BSti t Bealed Propo**ls ar??Invited bv the undersigned for supplying the TJ. ? .Quartermaster's De partment, ?tWsrttogton. D. O., Baltimore. MxT. Alexandria, and Fort Monroe. V?., or either of these pl?e?.with Hay, Corn, Oats and Straw Bids will be received for the delivery ef ? ?a ousbelfl of corn or oats and 60 tons of bay or straw, and upwards. Bidder? must state at whieh of the above-named points they propose to make deliveries, and the ratee at which they will make deH veri?? thereat the taantlty ef eaoh article pro posed to he deli v ?red, the time when said deliveries ?kail be com., menced, aad when tc he completed. The price most be written out ia words oa the bide. Corn to ce up ?a good stout sacke, ef about two bushels each. Oat? ia like sack? of about tkr?e oushelseach. The sack? to be furnished without extra charge to the Govenment. Th? hay and straw to be securely baled. The particular kind or description jt oats, ?ora, hav or straw proposed to be delivered me s t be SU'.ed in the proposals. .___.-_?. A lithe articles offered under the bids herein in vi' >d will be subject to a rigid inspection by the Go -eminent Inspector Wore being accepted. C mtracta will be awarded from time to time to tbe lowest responsible bidder, ?? the interest of tht Government may require and payment will be ma i e when the whole amout contracted for shall have beeo^viivered and accepted. The bidaer win be required to aeeompany all proposals with a guaranty, signed by two respon sible persone that in case his bid is accepted he or they will, within ten days thereafter, execute the contract for the same, with good and snffleient sureties in a sum equal to the amount of the con tract, to deliver the forage proposed in conformity with the terms of this advertisment: and in case the said bidder should fail to enter inte the con tract, they to make good the difference between the offer of ?aid bidder and the next lowest respon sible bidd?., or the person to vhom the contract may be awarded. The respon?ibility- of the guarantors mast be shown by the official certificate of a U. 8. District Attorney, Collector of Customs or any other officer under the United States Government or responsi ble person known to this office. ?? bidders will be duly notified of the accept ance or rejection of their proposale. The full name and P. 0., address of each bidder muet be legibly written in the proposal. Proposals mu*t be addressed to Brig. Gen. D. H, Sucker, Cb>ef Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D.O.. and ?houla be p'.ainly marked "Proposals for Forage." _. Bonde,In a sum equal u the amount of tbe con tract, signed by the contractor and both, ef his guarantors, will bo required of the eu coesa at bid aer or bidders upon ?ign ing the contract. Blur.* forms of bids, guarantee?, and bonds, may be obtained upon application at this Offieo. FORM OF PROPOSAL. (Town, County and State) (Date) 1, the BUbecriber^do hereby propose to fornii? and deliver to --United States, st the Quarter master's Fvpartinent at-, agreeably to the terms of your advertisement Inviting proposal? for forage, dated Washington Depot, Deo 8,1863, the following articles, vis : -bushels of Ooro, in sacke, at-per bo?hel ef 66 pounds ? bushels of Oats, in seeke, st-per bushel of S3 pounds -tons of Baled Hay, at - per ton of 1.000 pounds -tons of Baled Straw, at ? per ton of J,or> pound?. . m Delivery to commence on or before tne-day of ??, ii>6?, and to be completed on or before the -day of-, 18*?, and pledge myself to enter into a written contract with the United States. with good and approved securities, within the epace of ten days after being notified that my hid has been accepted Tour obedient servant. Brigadier General D. H. Rookbb. General Depot Quartermaster, Washington. D. 0. GUARANTY. We, the undersigned, residents of ??.la ta? County of-, and State of-, hereby, Jointly and severally,covenant with the United State?, and gnarautee in ease the foregoing bid of be accepted, that be or they will, within ten days after the acceptance of said bid, execute the con tract for the earn?, with good and sufficient sure tie?, in a sum equal to the amount of the contract, to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to the terms of advertisement dated December 8,1863, under which the bid was made, and, in case the said- shall fail to enter into a contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to rnske good the differ ence between the offer bv ?aid -and the next lowest responsible bid-1 ?? ->r the person to whom the contract wav b? ?w ? -?. Witness. , ... . Given under our hanue and -?als this ??ear of -'**- ?? I hereby certify that, to th? best of my knowl edge and belief, the above-named guarantor? are guod and sufficient ae sureties for the amount for which they offer to be security ? To be certified by the Un ted States District At torney , Collector of Onstome, or any other officer under the United Statee Government, or reepoB Bible person known to this offic._ RVQ _deejj-tf_Brigadier General and Q. M._ CHIEF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE, 1 DaroBTor Waohibotub,} Washington, D. C. January 4,1864. \ AH dealers in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber, Leather, Office Furniture. Harnees, and Saddlery .are re quested to eerd to this office, on MuNDay ofer.ah week, a sealed proposal or list, m duplicate, ot th? articles they are prepared to furnish to ".his Depot at short notice, witn the price of each marked in plain figures, so that in case the exigencies of the service require it, the article or articles ean be obtain?? without delay, and at the lowest prie?. Dealers wishing to sell to this Depot will be re quired to furnish the list punctually every Monday morning. D. H. RUCKSR, T Brigadier Generaland Chief Quartermaster. >a6-tf_Depot of Washington. MEDICAL PURVEYOR'S OFFICE, Wabhibotob, 1>. 0., June 15.1S04. All dealers in this city and Georgetown, who wish to sell to the Medical Purveying Department are requested to send te this office, on the MO>' ? \ ?0? each week, a sealed list of the articles they may h? prepared to furnieh, at shor* cotice, w?th ti?e price of each attached to the -?.. 0. ?UT^BRLAND. Je lfi-tf Burg. U. ?. ?., Medici' Purv-vor. ?MPORTANT TO BOTLSRB SUTLERS WILL FIND U. A. DOWNING At CO.'S CONCENTRATED O L A M TO BB A MOST VALUABLE ARTICLE TO THEIR TRADB. It selli very rapidly, and Is the most economical article ef d". ?t for the officer's mese. It ie prepared in one minute, snd makes a most delicious Soup or Ohowder. It is highly recommended by Arm Burgeons. The profits ars large H. A. DOWNING ec CO., Manufacturers of Concentrated Food Ho. Ill Best 18th st., New Fork. For tale by BASBOUB A BEMMB8, Bole Agents, 6? Louisiana Avenue, ? f-ly_Washington, D. 0 ADAMO EXPRESS COMPANY, OFH0S 614 PA. AVENUS, _ Washington, D. a, GREAT BASTERN.NORTHEKN, AND WEST ERN EXPRESS FORWARDERS. MERCHANDISE, MONEY, JEWELRY, VALU ABLES, NOTES, STOCKS, BON D3, ??.. forwarded with SAFETY AND DISPATCH to all accessible sections of the coiu.try. This Company has agencies in the Principal G lilway Towns in the NORTH. BA8T. WEST, AND NORTHWEST Its principal offices are WASHINGTON,TD. C. NEW YORK, BOSTON PHILADELPHIA, BALTIMORE! CIN OINNATI.8T. LOUIS, LOU?B VILLB, LEXINGTON. Cennections are made at New York and Boston. Sl^JiS?f ?0"ra'rdin? *o th? CANADAS and the BRITISH PROVINCES and other steamship lins to LIVERPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON and HAVri and thence by European expresses to all prominent com mereiai towns in Great Britain and the Conti sent. Collect ? of NOTES. DRAFTS, and BILLS mads at all accesible peats of the united States. 0. O. DUNN, Agent, de?_WsnhiBv***?n. p. q. FAFERBAlIGlliei. A great variety of ENTIRELY NEW STYLES Adapted to PARLORS. DINING ROOMS, HALLS, ABD CHAMBERS. also* 1/0T YARDS CANTON MATT1NGB, 1/100 YARDB FLOOR OIL CLOTHS, Onr Mattings are unrivalled in this eity, compri ine in part the famous Gowqua brand for parlo Oil Cloths from S to 13 feet wide, adapted to dial rooms, halls, Ac. Alee? WINDOW BHADB8, BRASS CORNICES, PARLOR MATB. Paper hang by skillful workmen, and all orde promptly Attended to. Hive ue a call and sa from 10 to SO per oent, SIFFLE A FALCONER'S No. 348 7th street, between I street and eat*-? _Mess, avenus. _BflB_s__B__IMPROVE YOUR RYB-_S_lBkBBB_ *bV?t" ^^aight by tbe uee of the cel-H-T ^SS ?brated Pbbllb and Pssieoono BraoTAOLBb, uni. versally acknowledged as the beet for Stbbbotb? bbibo abb Pasesaviaa the impaired? Syeaiaht, scientifically and correctly salted, by FRANKLIN A OO., Opticians. 844 Pennsylvania avenue, bet. Uth and Uth ete,, SJSkB S St* Pennsylvania avenue, under the Natlonj?. FIELD GLASSES, OPERA GLASSES. MICRO BOOPEB, THBRM0MBTBB8. 8JS*E?>BOOPB8, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. CABTBB DB VISITS. Ac., in ? great variety, and at th? lowest priesa. LARIFIBD CIDER I ?. .??.._.. CLARIFIED CIDBRM I have Just seceived per schooners "George 8. Adams" and" J. W.." from Boston a large aupolV of pnre Maseachusett?CLARIFIBDCIDER,whicai I offer for sale at the lowest market price, in ??aa Htiee to suit purchasers Hotel keepers, sutlers, and all others In want of a prime Article of Cider are invited to call and ex amine this before purchasing elsewhere. Union Bottlin?BOt, ?7 Stesisi. Georgetown, D. 0. SHOW CASES FOB BALE.-Jest received ?Tint elegant OOUNTlR SHOW CASB8 by the pert D?" """"kllTBO? _ LOOK HOSPITAL. OFFICI NO. ? SOUTH FEBDBBIOK 8TBBST| THE ONDT PHT8IC1AN ADvgRTlSINO ?sa discovered th? most Certain, Speedy, aji Effectual Remedy la the world for t? mmm *"*TO DISEASES OF IMPBCDBMOl. Relief urn Sim Hour? I No TrxfUmejf Peraona Releed, by Ignorant Pretender? ?, _-, Deadly Pel??-*? ??;??!? ?^0??? ?W immediately. A CURE WARRANTED OR NO OMAR?M IN PROM ONE TO TWO DATE. Weakness of the Back, Involuntary D.erharsee, BtrictureeVAaWtion?ofSh?iKi?n.ya and^lad^ ? Impotency, General ??]?^*t.-??_7_>0?^*_?t?? pepsy. Languor. Low Spinte, Confusion of Ideas, Pa^f?ttonof the Heart, Timidity. Tremula?. Dimness ofSigbtor Giddiness. Disease of th? Head, Throat, Noee, or Skin. Affection? efth? Liver, i Lnnge. Stomach or Bowele-th??? Terrible De*or? ders arieing from Solitary Habit? of Youth-aae si?rbt and solitary practices mor? fatal to their victims than the ?one of 8yren?to the manner?ef Blyseus, blighting their most brilliant hops? or anticipations, rendering marriage, Ac, impossi ble. TOUNO MEN Especian v. who have become theTletlm? of Soli tary Vice, that dread ful and destra ctiv? habit whleB annually ?weep? to an untimely grave thousand? of Yonrig Men of the most exalted talent and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise have entranced lis tening Senates with the thunder? ?f ?loqnene? or waked to extasy the living lyre, mar call with fuD confidence TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. These are ?orne of tbe ?ad and melancholy efreett? produced by early habit? of youth, vis - Weakness of tbe Back and Limb?, Pain in th? Head, Ifimnea* of Sight. Loss of Muscular Power. Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervoae IrritoVility. De rangement of tbe Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptome or Consumption, Ac. Mbxtalitt.?The fearful effect? on the mind ar? much to b? dreaded?Loss of Memory. Oocfn?ioa of Ideas, Depression of Spirit?. Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society, Self-distrust. Love of eoli tude. Timidity. Ac^?j_^ojt Married Persons, or yonng men contemplati ng ? arri age .aware of Physical Weakness, Organic >ebility, wasting of the Organa, Deformities, A?., bould apply immediately. marriage, De" 8 ?1 ' ' UL I ** ?? \J \' I V un ili' ?? l?ik'l / . He who placee himself nnder tbe car? of Dr. J, may religiously confide in hie honor aa a gen tleman, and confidently relr Upon aie akill aa a Physician. _ OROANIO WEAKNESS, TMPOTBNOY IMPEDI MENTS TO MARR'AOE By Dr. Johnston's marvelous treatment, Weak? nese of the Organs is speedily cured, and full vlgpt restered Thousands of the most nervous, debili tated and impotent, who had lost all bop?, bar? been Immediately relieved. All impediments to marriage. Physical Of Mental Disqualification?, Lots of Procreative Power, Ner vous Irritability. Trembling?, and Weak nee?. ST Exhaustion of the moat fearful hind, ap??dllr cured. DK. JOHNSON Member of tbe Royal College of Burgeon?. Loa? don. Graduate from one of the molt eminent Col leges in the United i*tate?, and th? greater part of whose life has been ?pent in the hospitals of Lon don, Paris,Philadelphia and el sew h ere, h as effected some of the most astonishing cures that were ever known; many troubled with ringing in the bead and ears when asleep,great nervouanesa.be alarmed at endden sound?, bashfulnee?l witb frequent blushing, attended sometimes with derangement 9f mind, were cured immediately. TOUNO MEN who hare injured themselves by a certain practice Indulged in when alone>? a habit frequently learned from evil companion?, or at school, tbe effect? of which are nightly felt, ?ven whea asleep, and, if not cured, rendere marriage Impossible, an4 de stroys both mind and bsdy.ahould applv Iwfmsdl? stely. What apity that a yeung man, -.tie hops of hll country aud darling of hi? parent?, should bs srati bed from all the prospects and enjoyment? of life by the consequence of deviation from the path of nature and indulging in a certain secret habit. Such persoi's must, before contemplating MARRIAGE reflect tbat a sound mind and body are the noti necessary requisite? to promote connubial nappi neee indeed. Without thee? tbe Journey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage; the preepsct hourly darkens to the view: the mind beeom?d Shadowed with despair and filled with the melan? eboly reflection that the happiness of another if blighted with onr own. DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. Wnen tb? misguided and Imprudent ?otary Of pi eaenre firds he has imbibed tbe seeds of tbis pain? ful disease, it often happens that an ill-timed sen?? of shame or dread of discovery deter? him from ap plying to those wh?, from education and reepenta of ? ?ty can alone befriend him. He falla into tb? hand? of Ignorant and designing pretenders, who, incapable of curing, filch his pecuniary ?n batanes, keep him trifling month after month, or as long as the smallest fee can be obtained, and In despair leave him with ruined health to sigh over hi? gall ing disappointment; or, by the use of that deadly poison. Mercery, hasten the constitutional symp toms of this terrible disease, such as Affections of the Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, et?., progressing witb frightful rapidity until death nuts an end ta bjs dreadful sufferings by sending him to tbat un discovered country from Whose bourn? no travela return?. OFFICE 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET, left hand aide going from Baltimore atreet, a few doore from the corner. Fail not to observe name and number. By No letters received uniese peat-paid and con taining a stamp to be used un th? reply. Persona writing should etate age, and send portion ot ad vertisement describing sympt?me. The Dr.'s Diploma l?ngs in his Office. INDORSEMENT *F THE PRESS. The many thousand cured at this establishment within tbe last * went y year?, and the numerosi Important Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the reportera of " The Sun'? and many other papera, notice? of which have as rBared again and again before the public, beeidet is etanding as a gentleman of character andre aponsibility, la a auSlcient guarantee to tbe f sicted. SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED Ja29-ly_ S ECRBTDI8BA8EBI 8E0RBT DI8BA8B8 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? A N'B GIFT SAMARITAN'S GIFTf THB MOST CERTAIN REMEDY BYBB U8BD "Yea. A Positive Our?" for tiOtrOhhtHA Hl.FET, STRICTURES ?a? Oouuiitta no Minerai, no Balaam, ao Mercury. t~e*> fea nui to o* laken to affecta Orniti Tsey are entirely vegetable, having no email nog any unpleasant ta*te. and will net in any way in jure tbe stomach or bowels of the most delicate. Cures ?n from two to four daye, and ? -cent ease?) in "twenty-four hours." Prepared by a graduate of the Univereity of Pennsylvania, one of the moat eminent Doctor? and Chemists of the present day. go BXP080BB. BO TBOUBLB, PO OHASO. WHATBVSa, Let those who have despaired of getting enrsd, or who have been gorged witk Balaair. Oopavia, er Mercury, try the SAMARITAN'S GIFT. Bent by mail in a plain envelope. Price?Male packages, $_. Female SS. BLOODI BLOOD ! I BLOOD 11 SCROFULA, ULCMRS, SOREit, SPOtE TETTERS, SCALES, BOILS, SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DISEASES, eta, SAMARITAN'S RO0\ AND HERB JUICE Ia offered tbe public aa a positive cure. SYPHILIS OR VENEREAL DiSEASBS. th? SA MARITAN'S ROOT AND HKKB JUICE, ia Xnt moet potent, certain and effectual remedy ever prescribed ; it reaches and eradicates every partial? BvtB ? venereal poison.so thattheoure ie tborougfe ant ; -rmanet.t. Take then of this purifying reme dy and be healed, and do not transmit to your poe tante that f?r which you may repent in after year? BO NOT DESPAIR I Although y a n.ay be pronounced Incurable, tag SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICES will remove every vestige of impurities from the system, as well as all tbe bad effects of Mercury. FEMALES I FSMALBbll in many affection? with which number? of Fe? malee suffer, the ROOT AND HERB JUICBS if most happily adapted, in Ulcerated Uterus, is White?, in bearing dow-n, Falling ef the Wemh Debility, and for all complainte incident to the ?ex. Sent by expr?s?. Price fl s bottle, or ? botti?? " BAMARITAN '8 CHANCRE WASH. Price U cents. Full directions. DESMOND A CO., Box 161 Philadelphia Pott Office. Bold by B. CALVERT FORD, corner ef DU? and Pa. avenu?. _ HENRY eOOR. Alexandria._maya-tf YC ONE I D EN TI AL. OUNG MF.N who have injured themselves by eertain secret habits which unfit them for basine??, pleasure, or the duties of married life; alee middle aged or old men ko, from tb? follies of youth or other causes, fe%. a debility in advance of their years, before pis ng themselves under the treat ment of any one, ?uouid first read "THE SECRET FRIEND." Married Ladies wi'd learn something of importance by perusing "The Secret Friend." Sent to any address, in a se?'*d aavalope on re eeiptof Twenty five Cent?. Address . ._ . Da. CHAS. A. 8TBW ART A CO., de 14-ly_Bocton. Mass. TBIRSEMAR- Protected by Boyal Letters P*aX ent of Kngiaact, and secured by the seals of the Ecole de Pharmacie de Psria, and th? Imperial College ol Medicine. Vienna. mm*m*u Trie*: .?r No. 1 is tbe effectual remedy for Helar. ?tion,?perni-torrboea,and E-hauatieD of the Sys tem. Trieemar No. zhaa entirely superseded tb? nauseous use of Copavia, Cubebe. ?,., Trieemar No. S ie the infallible remedy for all Impuritiee nnd Becondary Symptome, thus obviating the a*2?| mercury and all other deleterious ingredieuta Bach preparation is in the form of a most agree able Loaenge^ .-?cured from effect? of climate and #h-"ff?*??-l?^,08JPhere-e' in.t,n cases, at S3 -ach or X3*SmnA&?.**' ??, and in $27 cases, thus w?2tl\_i^-eai?iie,,ar?t? doe?? Madminls *%?.ii__Iftr!2ft 8**U*,ma?d?? ?-a?. Ac..Ac. Blseck^tANeno?k^? BA?B0W' ???194 a?tt8? ?? F?M>? ??? 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