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IHE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAril PniLADKLHIIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER S, 1861.
DKCKMBKH 5, 18SC
. I Ntnt of the nrltlnt! Army
At recent dinner at Hlpon, Karl At Grey nnd
Ripon f aid ; There aa ono dencription of pmgreai
Lk a had t.ccn uiudo by the War Department
lilrhiobody (Jispnti d and nnhody liked, an Ithut
M progress in the ihupe of incrotaed etliniloa.
IV had to pay at the present moment for our
Biiliiary nrvi.e mupli inure thin we P"U fo
years airt:e. In the j-iar 1K.VI luu !l ! ooUof th
aVir.j eatinutlvs w liulo over i'IO,0:)0,(KK). Tlio
army r .timatee. whirh it wn his duty to prencnt to
railiaiiKiit this year were i'S l,SV"t the army
titimotc" wbl li wore prmcnted to Parliament in
1W1-2 were a I tt'e over i' r;,noo.r0i. 1 Ifi.fOO.OJ ),
r nearly i'lfl.OM.OOO, us it was now, wits an enor.
bious fiim ; unci when thoy saw th it In tho short
Pee of nine rears the nnnv flstinintn hud (Crown
from i'lO.OOii,')'"' tlrm Ut INi.tWl.iMl), miU then
nany i.'IA.'Virt,iKK) in u time of pmrn ibi-y h ul
a riffht to a-k what hint hupp 'ned m tho interval,
wbut the ciuse of this very cjnideralile. and.
ijDiiuriant ill- reuse i Nuw, wlmt hiii haiipnned
the iniervrtl r Why, a grout doal ! Kinro IH Vl
they hud hud in Hi liiHt instance a groat war tho
Criiui an war. Why, It showed tho iinp'-rluctand
liiaiji iiuutn oimliti m in which their military
etiiti,ihiiieiits were previous to that war. A
jrreut dc.il of rritiviain was poured out nt tho time
tin these lu bud the couiluct of t!ic war. He
would not enter on that ami'tit story, for tho
world panr-e.1 so n i . kly that tin- Crimean war
was almost now an am lent story; but this ho
wonld sjy, in jus'iee to tlioso In authority and
lie believed the more truly that story was written
he heiter would be tho justice whii h posterity
would do them thai when ho hail to do with tho
aVtinp ont of a fur interior expedition, when there,
wss no war, but only possibility of w.ir tuo
fitting out of the expedition that took plaeo to
lirtlieli North Aixctica at the timo of the Trmt
affair he was bound to nay that he stood
phrist at what must have been tho duties of
tliot-c who bad to send out tho Crimean expe
dition with the means whieh were at their dis
posal. The defects he bail alluded to were proved
and shelved. It was the duty of tho ioviirnmont
then, It was tho duty of the Government now,
and would bo the duty of every snccessive (ioy
ernment, to see that wo do not fall hick into that
rend ii ion to tee that if we have an army and
we renst have an army it be maintained in an
eflicit nt state, that It be ready to do the work
which It profcKScs to do work which, as far as
Us suirlt, its cournfie, and its valor went, tuo
UritiBh army had ever been willing to perform.
Well, then, one result of that was an increased
expendituto. Uefure 1SS3 we bad no Military
Train, no Commissariat Corps, no Army Hos
pital Corps. Our hospital arrangements, our.
nodical arrangements for the army were, as was
then known, grcviously and sadly imperfect. All
these things had to be improved, and improve
ments of this description cost money, fivery
thlti(r hid been done, and dono ollcctivaly ; but it
had to be paid for. The necessity of keeping a
larpo force in India, in consequence of tho lato
mutiny, increased the cost of the army;
and another source of expenditure was that
we had been gradually awakening very rapidly of
bee years to the conviction that it was our duty
as a Christian nution U do everything in o ir
power to maintain the health, alleviate the conili
lion, increase the morality, and improve tho
intellectual development of the soldiers of our
army. Alter alluding to the steps that hail been
taken to carry these improvements Into etfcct,
and mentioning the cost of the militia nnd volun
teers as an additional strain upon the revenue of
the department to which he belonged, his Lord
ship mid that we lived In times of great mo
chunical change. The days of Brown Bess and
moothhores were over; we lived in the days
f Kir Wlllism Armstrong and Mr. Whitworth,
and in the days of rilled muskets and breech
loaders. Nothing was more certain than that
all improvements of warlike material tended
not to war, but to peace. Nothing was more
certain than this, that tho more perfectly
nutinus mnlntnincd their armies, and tho more
perfectly they muiulaincd thoir means of warfare,
the less likely were they to go to war. Men were
always lighting in tho days of defensive armor,
and when battles ended with very littlecornpura
tive lots on either side. As to the question of re
ducing the expenditure, lie could only say that,
whilo the Government would bo blumablo
would be criminal if they inulutuined nny ex
penditure whieh could not bo justified, they
would be more blamahlo and more criminal if
they reduced the army and mvy to a condition
rnch as existed when tho Crimean war broke out.
For himself and his colleagues, ho could only
say that everything would bo dono to reduce tho
expenditure of bis department. His Lordship
concluded by thanking the company fur tho honor
Ihey kad done him.
From a copy Of the Worcester Magaune for the
third week in October, 178G, wc extract an adver
tisement which was doubtless very serious then,
though only amnsing now. It is headed with a
picture of an old-futhioucd stage-cow li, and pro
ceeds as follows :
TAOfS FHOW PORTS MOt.'Tlt , IN NP.W HAMPSHIRE,
TO SAVANNAH, IS QUOUOIA.
There Is now a line of stages established from
Hew Hampshire to Georgia, which go und return
regularly, and carry the ncvcrul mails, by order
and permission of Congress.
The stiigcs from Iloston to Hartford, in Con
necticut, set out from the bouse of Levi Pernio, ut
the algu of the New York stage, opposite tho mall
in Demon, every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday
morning, precisely at five o'clock; by which
means those who tako passago at Iloston, In the
stsge which sets oil ou Monday morning, may
arrive at New York on tho Thursday evening
following, and the mulls will be but tour days
suing from Iloston to New York, and so from
Hew York to Iloston.
The btapes from New York for Tioston set out
On the same duys, und reach Hartford at tho
line time as the Boston stages.
The singes from Boston exchange passengers
With the stages from Hartford and Mencir, und
the Hartford stages exchange, with those from
New York at Hartford. Passengers are again
exchanged at Stratford Ferry, and not again
Until their arrival in New Y'ork.
By the present regulation of the stages, it Is
certainly the most convenient and expediiious
way of traveling that can possibly bo had in
America, and in order to render it the cheapest
the proprietors of the stages have lowered thoir
rrhe from four pence to three pence a milo, with
liberty to passengers to curry fourteen pounds of
lu the winter season, the stages will rnn with
the mail but twice a week, instead of three times
as in the summer, und will set out from said
Pease's every Monday and Thursday morning,
precisely at 6 o'clock.
Those who intend to take passage In the stage,
must leave their names and baggage, tho evening
precsdlng the morning that the stages set olf at
the several places where the stuges put up, and
Iiay one-half of their passage to tho place where
the first exchange of passengers is nmdo, if bound
o fur, ami if not, oue-iialf of their passage so far
as they are bound.
N. 11. Way passengers will be accommodated
When the stages are not full, at the same rate,
Vis. t three pence only per milo.
Kaid Pease keeps good lodging, fcc, for
ffltlenieu-travelers, and stabling tt huiacs.
Thomas Drldgman.an old resident of North
ampton, Massachusetts, died on Friday, r.t the
ge of 60. He was the author of "Ioscripuous on
ste Gravestones In. the Graveyards of Northamp
ton and of other Towns la the Valley of the Con
Mtict," published in 18M, and several tht
tilutti of lUsUar character.
The renl name of Brother Ignatius is Josenh
AeyrBicr ltud. xiv wot wrg I u 1 rv .
The Diet of the little Duchy of Lanenhnrg
have parsed a resolution in favor of annexation
The yaeht for Garlhnldl has heen bought at
lasi. ina sum n..iu ws tiou. Mie, la nuy tons
burden, and culled tho 1'rinrem HoyaU
The Qtieen of Holland, traveling inroimita,
nndcr tlio tlllo of tho Countess do Burcu, has
passed through Milan and Venice.
Another explosion of ffunnowder baa tl,.,
place in l ngland this time in one of the mills
oi messrs. nan, at l avcrsham. Two men were
killed, und much damage done to property.
Twelve of the soldiers condemned for th
ufluir of Aspromonte, but pardoned by the recent
royai orerce, nave passoq through that City on
the way to n join their regiments.
It Is "aid that tho Fellow of riallinl College,
(Hon, linvc come to i resolution which will hence
forward admit Horn in Catholic undergraduates
to that society.
A fearful storm raged in Scotland lately. An
immense iimouut of lamogn was dnno. In somo
places tin re were flood which carried olf great
qnnnti'les of property; in others thore was a
scrions loss of life.
Ono of Ihe murvcls of modern traveling Is
the unnoiini-ement that apasienger bent on doing
things rapidly may leave London on any night at
S o'clock, and the ceond night after, precisely ut
8 o'clock (that Is, in for'y-ciglit b si, bo in
Madrifl. The route Ik by way of Folkestone,
Paris, Bordeaux, and Treves.
That French ladies have taken a fancy (41
walking-sticks is nn o'd story : but a new leaimn
in their whim is the introduction of lino sLiicl
blades into the handles of tho mora custiv.
that they maybe used as a wcaoon of ntt . t
These canes uro exhibited in most of the bet
It is stated that when tho into Duke of New
castle was on bis deaih-bcd the tjuecn twico
cume from her long retirement and paid a visit
of kindness to hi r noble stitiiect. The Prince of
Wulm cniiMMilso to see the Duke the diy after
the Queen's first visit. lie was permitted, just
before his dea'b, to sen bis infant grandson, tho
future heir of bis Illustrious house.
A bailiff In England lately served n process
from the court upon 11 poor man In Blackburn,
the amount claimed being small. The whole of
tho family being out of work, and actually in
want of tho common necessaries of life, they
were unable to muster the payment of one shil
ling for appearance, whereupon the bailiff seized
the family lilble, nltnot the only remaining rem
nant of tho household good-, with which ho
walked oir in triumph.
There is trouble in Poland about the kidnap
ping of Jewish girls at Warsaw. The Jewish
community had hitherto been silent about it,
because none but the lower classes had been
subjected to this treatment. But about three
months ugo, tho daughter of a rich IsrucMto
having been enticed into a convent of l'eliciau
nuns, and then forcibly kept them, tho father
complained fo the bishops, and after innumerable
eflorts his child was restored to him. Sho i-aid
there are about a dosou moro Jewish girls in tho
The official text of the troafy of peace between
Denmark and thcGcrmon Powers contains twenty
four articles, together with a protocol referring t
the evacuation of Jutland. Denmark renounces
nil. right to tho Duchies, cedes the Schlcswig
Islands along with Pehleswig, and agrees to
recognize any disposal of the ceded territories
which the allies may make. Denmark is to he
CHmpensated for the war contributions levied in
Jutland, nnd the vessels and cargoes captured on
either side during the war arc to be restored or
the owners indemnified.
A number of Spanish bishops and clergy are
prcpiiring to send a deputation to Homo to pre
sent to the Popo the expression of their attach
ment to the visible Head of tho Church; to protest
against the spoliation of the patrimony of .St.
Peter; nnd te invito his Holiness, in case lie
shonld bo obliged to leave Itonie, to take up his
abode in some metropolitan city of Spain. Tho
deputation will also oiler fo the Pono a consider
able sum of money, the proceeds of a subscrip
tion made fur thepnrpose by all classes of society
Hnrrliwre In Prlsmu. I
Trior to the middle of tho last century there
was in tho Fleet Prison a colony of degraded
ecclesiastics, who derived their livelihood from
celebrating clandestine marriages, for foes smaller
than those legally taken at the parish church.
Already incarcerated for debt, or for delinquen
cies, the reverend functionaries were beyond tho
reach of episcopal correction. In somo instances
their prolits wero very great, Tht's wc are told
that by ono of them six thousand couples were
married in a singlo year; whilst at tho neighbor
ing parish church of St. Andrew's, Holhoin, tho
number of marriages solemnized in the same
period was but lifty-threo. These clandestine con
nections wote also celebrated at Mav fair, ut Ty
burn, and in other parts of London ; iind through
tho instrumentality of hedge-parsons they were
common all over tho kingdom in fact, greatly
moro so than marriages in tho face of tho Church.
It is difficult to explain this, consistently with
even a moderate cxcrclso of ccclesiasticif d;sci
plino. The individuals who thiui brought ditgrnco
on tboir sacred calling," enjoyed, iu some in
stances, pecuniary prosperity; but moro gene
rally, from their vices, fell into poverty und de
pendenceinsomuch that a prosiierous Innkeeper
would occasionally have a parson on his estab
lishment for the accommodation of wedding
parties. The consequence was thut the bulk of
the common people, less awake to the terrors of
spiritual reiircheusion than mindful of economy,
wero joined in holy mutrimony by outcasts, who,
though base and prolligato, wero nevertheless, by
virtue of their ordination, indelibly sacerdotal.
CommrtUariri on the Law of Marriage.
The Biudksxaid Enoaot.d. She is upariug
of her smiles is the bridesmaid engaged f Her
manner is distant to a painful degree. She exer
cises none of her charms upon you ; she wishes 1
you to understand thut she is uuother's; she is so
confoundedly anxious to give you no etieouriigo
inent that ut times sho is Bimply rude. The
greater her beauty the moro utterly extin
guishing is this behaiior. Your efforts to get np
a plissunt and etiy conversation become more
and more feeble ; and at lust you sink back in
your chair, silent, crushed, hostess : feeling an
if you were sitting on the shady sido of uu ice
berg, or us if, hko the wedding-cuke, you had
been lately Ironed bnt not with sugar. Her
reasons lor thlB conduct are sound enough. Sho
is engaged to unoihcr, and the wishes to 6uvo you
the disappointment which you will assuredly buf
fer iu case you tall in lovo wltn her a misfortune
she too hastily considers certain, nuless she puts
some rcstruiut upon her fuscluations. Accord
ingly, she remains them so carefully that her
smiles, like dogs in the dog-days, are all muzzled,
or led by a siring; and her glances are so cold,
and her answers so curt that, fur from falling iu
love with her yourself, you are lost in astonish
ment that another should have hud the audacity to
do so. There is but one way to thaw the cold
ness of the bridi smuid engaged lead In r to sup
pose thut you are yourself engaged, or, still bet
ter, married, and she will be a diil'c rent giil in a
moment. :)iumtt rt' Journal,
Business is brisk at the Charlestown Navy
Yard. There are five thousand men on the pay.
A lad of fifteen years old rcocntly captured
a shoplifter at I.cm htou, Me. t-ieeing a man steal
a cap and walk off, tho boy followed him, and,
presenting an unloaded pistol, threatened to shout
him ii he did not return the article. Ho led the
thief back to the store, and made him pay a
double prist fur the tap.
STOCK AHD EXCHANGE BEOKESS,
V. U R. THIRD 8TBKET, rhUddl.hl.
locks and Uiant bought tod sold an Commlmloa. C re
current luak oUI. Coin, Ac , tsooiitat ud (old. BpkUI
attf ntloo pmd to th pnrchiM and talc of Oil guv I,
lpoitti receive., and Inurcit aikrwtd, M sr awa-
No. lil 8. TII1IID FTRKhVr,
Cr.vrmriint atrorltl-! f an Imdm T'frtiiriel and tor
Pale. Htiickj, bends, and (kild neufrtit snU Hold on Coia
nlmlOB. i.TKRr..T LLcwr.u on rnrofliTJ,
Coneetloni froinptlr liado. fM-tf
JNfeUJtU "VOtJIl JLIFTJ
A 31 Kit I C A IS ,
S. . Corner Walnut and Fourth blrcct-s,
Tt 1 a HOME f OMPA.NT, nd nrofloi dlvl.'ed rniiuilf ,
tloiN aiding Hi aMiireil U oaj rutuxe J'reiuliliu. l.ail
tlividvud -'4) Hir ctlil.
J10AKD OF TliriTBKR.
Alenanitcr WMIMIn, 1 J. Filrar Tltnmann,
Hon. Jaoita tPollnek, Hon. J mcpli A lna,.il,
Allien tt Kn'iertj, ll-nrji K. Ilonni'tt,
KnmuilT IlixJin, 1 Tnllip II. Mliigki,
lleorire Nus'"iit. John AlsiDau,
W UUaui J. Hunard, I Kc UaiJetiurst,
AI.KXAMDFK WHIM.THN, T-realdent.
(AMI U, WOHK. lee IT. tl.li nt.
11 Utl JOHN H. WILBOX. So, j and l'rvaanrer.
AND MARINKS' CLAIM AGENCY.
irn DOt'WtT AND A I'KNHIOM
To the dlsobargtd rsoklierwlio tint beeu miuudod la battle.
To Ihrne who hare lined two ycari, betides a PENSIOH
to Oioae iliaablad.
linn norirrr abd tufK pay
ToWldowe, rvhere, Methera, Ac., of tho.e who haro
died or been killed la the acrvlca.
t' PF.NfftOH A YEAR
Toths Widows anil Widowed Motbera of thu Soldlora,
ekaiuuii, and Mamies who have diei id the aervlco.
mm: movf.v. hack pay, Ac.,
Dnc the t.elri ol Kfimn and Marines.
TIIK.fK ri.AIMM, and all oitiera walnat National and
BtaU) ilovernuienta, prouipuj collected.
Address or apply t
GEORGE W. FORD, Claim Agent,
11 flo-lra POCK 8TKUT, one door below Third.
Ii T 11 A L
(ITOSITE THE TOST OFFICE,
Ko. 520 ABOH STEEET,
HAB A'CARKPl'LLT BELECTBT) STOCK OP
1 'I N E J K W K FjIIY,
FANCY HILVEIl WAHK,
Bnitablc for 13 :m
HOLIDAY AND BRIDAL PRESENTS.
ff TIKE WATOEES, JEWELEY,
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,
OORHEB ARCH AND TKNTII HTH.
Brooches, Blecva Buttona, Anoxia, Brace eu, Scarf
T lua aud KlUfc'a. Tea Heia, lee Pitchora,
WalUira, tlokku, Kolka,
Wnlctiea repaired and wanranttd. Old Gold, Diamonds,
and Silver Boutrht, 11-19. im
T A M i; H UAH II
v WHOLSSALa AMD KKTAIL
i.E. corner BKCOND and CHEPKUT Birueu, PbiUd'a.
Aorm-r roa tiik tatiht
EQUALIZING THIKTY-lJAY CLOCKS,
Avery dealrabl artlela for Chnrches, Holela, Banks.
CountliiK-llooae, I'arkira. Ac.
Alau, MAKI'FAl T111PK OF F1IT1! OOI.D PKW8.
CUM KM 1'F.PAIHKI) ALU W AHKANIKO.
lali-lv ojloek Trluuiuruia of every deaorlptlon
IAKOE ASSORTMENT PUH SAI.E BY
JAMES W. QUEEN & CO.,
Ko 9!M OIir.RNlJT BTKF.BT.
MONEY TO ANY AMOUNT LOANED
tmnn Ilamnila. Watdiea. Jew.lrr 1'U.le.
(JIoUiJjis. 4e, at
JONI-H A OO.'B
OLD FSTAHI IMIIKI) IX)AW OFFIfK.
Corner of TIIIKI) and OAHkll.L Hlreota,
V'.B.-HIAMONDS, WAXOUtB, JEWEI.UY, (1UK8
aYe., St aale at
ItKMAUKAilLY LOW PFICltS. t-T
T V L L ' H
NEW PATENT ST0VE,
FOIl COOKING AND HEATING
II Y OAS.
Can be had cheauer than any other Oaa "l ive, at
11 ao-lm SO. -2V1B. Klh'TII HIRKKI'.
IGHT! LIGIIT! LIGHT! LIGHT IS A
I great thine In thean durk dnva. PIII.I.IM.
r.Klt'H I'ATKNT HI1KI HIM'. KKa I.K1TOKS, fur both
day aud Kaa-I!sht. (iaa Kene.-lora tnr waidowa IIU lo
iHirnera Hive niore lil.t lliau aU bamern wlUi the kind
Sow in ue.
tlua flttera fmnlftlied at low ratra. llaytlnlit Iteilectora,
for llylitiaK dark ioona. and Imaeuenl oillcua, Ac, wau
OMt (lie uau of k- Oilicc,
ll-l-lul No. Wl CHKfNlT Street. Philadelphia.
THOMSON'S LONDON KITCHENER,
nr KnropvaD Knno. fir lamlllea, loitela, or pntiho
tnatitiiuona.tn twenty dinereat al.ea. Alao, I'Alla-
delnhla. Ilaeaea. Hot - air urn.HHi .,m.hlA
liraiera. Lcedown tlratea, k"retKard Hlovoi. Hath Holler,
htewtiole fiat, a. ttroUei. t'ookiug su,vea, Ay,, at wusilo
SaM) atid retail, by the mannfaeturera.
tiUlC. NHAKI'lt A TRnMrtOM,
B-aO-ftnw-Cm iio. act) KBconu sueet
7N THE COtJRT OF COMMON TLEAS FOR
J the Ciry and County of Pliliadeiohla.
In tte maiicr oi ihe o,aiilnii ot (Hitl-.N Htreet from Clt
1'KN'IKlt to WlSWAIIK'kON or I'AIIK H reul.
The r-.ort nl Uie t'onimlaakmera to lay out and open
t!re 11 alrret num (arid ter street to Wiananli kon or l'ark
ireet, '1 Henty aooi'd Ward,bavluK boeu Uled.lliS Court
el uuiuicn pita,, at December Term. Iitb4, vul be aaked
to cou ,11s Ui lawe aulea eaceptloua be tiled thereto.
JOHN H I.ITT1J5,
JOHN H. IHttKN,
U-28-KJT W. F. kJUm.OwuaiU'rt.
OF ALL DE0inTI0S,
ON HAND AND READY FOR DELIVERY,
IN LARGE OB SMALL AM01XT8,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
CHESNUT MREET, AI10VE Tllllil).
M0ET0N McMIOHAEL, Jr.,
12 5 St a.ASIIII .
No. -H) S. '1IIIII1) STHE1CT.
GOLD AND SILVER BOUGHT.
STOCKS AND SrECIi: BOIH.HT AND HOLD OM
G AUGER AND 000 PER,
No. '.JO.J 8. Water Brrp.-t, lielow Walnut,
Imitation nrnmlyand WlneCak,nndlllilii4sorwoTX
rnadc of old aud new atutr, alwaya on liund or made to
Coal pAckrd In hogaheada for ahli plng. AU klnda of
trlniBilii.'a punctunlly attended to. H--H'
No. 7 FARQUIIAR IiCILDINQ,
ll-SS-.tm WALNUT STIIEET, BELOW THIRD,
r.CTlStl AND HEIUNO STOCKS ON (X1MMI8SION.
OlaD, QOLI), OODL,
SILVER AXD BANK NOTES
HE HAVEN & BB0TEEE,
l-tf Rn. 0 S. THIRD BTRUrf
KAI.K OF NATIONAL. LOANS,
No. 114 S. THIRD STREET,
PHIL All ELP1UA.
5-20 SIX PER CENT. LOAN.
Th Subicrtber. having been the arceearal Bidder, for
a portion of the NEW 6-90 BIX 1'Ell CENT. U0L0
BEAII1NO LOAN, arepiepared to otter It on fuvorahie
termato their eueionura,ln lnrye or amall amounta, In
Bond, of denomination, ef W, luOe, too., and luOOa,
both rciatered and ootipona.
Thelmereat couimi't.rea on the lat of November next
and la payable In (old, acmi-annnalir, on the) Vat of Hay
All oilier Government Secnrltloe on band and foraale,
and uoforruatloa gteu voncorulna lnve.taieuts, at our
JAY OOOKK A CO.,
Jfo. 114 8. T1UUI) 8TUKET,
H I'-lm l'Mladelphla.
EOVGHT AND JsOLD
DE HAVEN & BROTHER,
- ITo. SO 8. THIRD STRI'.FT.
gMlXII fc llA.NlOIIII,
No. 10 S. THIRD 8TREET,
15ANKKHS AND BUOKKKS.
Specie, Stock!, Qaartornaateri'Voncber. and Cbocki, and
ell Government Securltle. Boovht and Sold, tohl
JEW L.OA.IV. NKW IOA-LV.
U. S. 10-40
JAY COOKE & CO.,
OITER rOK SALE THE
NEW GOVERNMENT LOAN,
BKAHINd FIVE PER CENT. IHTEHKSr IN COI!f,
redeemable any time after TKS YKAKS.at the pleasure
of the Ooverument, and payable t'OUTT Vt.Utd alUir
BOTII ffPTON AND KEOISTERED BONDS an
laaued ftir thl. Loan,ofeauio denomination a. the S-'Jue.
Ihe Inlereat oa e-.Ja aud 1100a parable yearly; on all
oiLor deRorulaatlona, half yearly. Tlie 10-M bonda are
dated MareA 1, la. Tho hnu yearly tatereat lalUngdue
Hepieniborl and" March 1 of each year; antll lat SeptiuQ
bec, Ui accrued (merest from lat of March la reiioired to
be paid by purchaacr. In ooix or In i.auAL eraiuix. r, add
lilt; fllty percent, for premhim. onUI further notice.
ALL OTHER UOVr.ItNiULN T hEUtRmtS BOCUHT
JAY 000KE 4 CO.,
h'l-tf o. lit H. T1IIHI) NTItKl'.T.
BOLH.HT AND SOLD
by OliORUE J. DOTTt,
K-M-ta Ko. In S. THIRD HireeC
UC NKW 7-30 LOAN.
txl Subaerlptioni rooelvad, and lha Hotea
fonleliad IrM a all caaruea, by
OKOROE J. BOYD,
O0LD MINING COMPANY.
CI1AHTIHIII) m TATK CK riMS'-TLV AJIIA.
OAl'lTAI. HTOOK. 1,()00,000
aMi,m0 Mnre--Prr Vnlar, .
Prf(nnt-J()HN U. ANDERRON.
Toer.aa A. Scott,
V. II. Kneam,
WHUam S. Treenuia,
Robert I'. Klls,
John af. Rlky.
Charlea lie HUTtr,
Jamet R. Maeete,
T O. Mi lKw.ll, Herrteborf.
J.ia W. llnU, do
Jena Urady, do
W W. Wjlie, Ijnr.atr.
William 1. Finite, Rulonds.
Secretary aud Treaauror.
OrriOL Ko. 423 WALNUT BTREET,
Raton Ko. 3.
An'hentlcated w Imena have bef o proenred frem eome
f the I'omi any'e Imtea, and have been aayed by Pro
ftsaor. Iloolh andlJarTettarllhtheRioattiratirytnre.iiha,
Siihaerlptlon Hat. are now open at tlie OUIce of the Com
pany, and at Ifie Trrasnrer'a OtTire (Int. rnnl Revenue),
No. VTi t'IIKM'T Street, l armera' and Mectiani a' Hank
biilliilnf. To orlirtnal atibacrllx'r. $J M per abate lor a
limited mnnber ot aliare-e.
( tr ii Id r a, pan i Dili let a, or Information can be oMnlned at
the oll.ee of tlie Compairy, after the Hlli InsU IMl lia
OfFlCK ARMY CI)TTIINO AND EQCIP
K TH HJt'l H fttiil (.IKAHH Sirtti.
Pun.Afihi.riiiA, Mfcf iiibr-r H,
F"Rlil 1'rtpnfntl will v rit rlv.,1 ml ttnn unic iimiI
HAII. IUiAV. (he I'm, t., fur minithiiitf th hcbtiviklH
Ar- n.ii m it h th? oilwinir rttrk. :
tVtHVl I Al. TKNTrt A N It KLI h 8. Annv H'fttHUrJ.
Tl'f Tent o lie rnndr t.t v?Na-iiicti Cottvo Outk.to Wfigh
VI nnnr"N to trip liiifur yri.
Ttic Y In -n to lo ntiutr of vS Inch Cotton Do k.to weigh
V 'iiTn 't to tti linear rd.
HHKII Kk TEN I'M, Army afimiJard T- hp mule of
Cotton Duck, Jt-'t'j ln hn wide, to vvvih ounce to the
lliH fir ) uril.
All ol th( nMv? teni nnd tint fo mai)i aocrdine to
(tie tTt'itu(U"n8 adojitvd Ljr ihe uarurmHttcr a Uo
pitrtmcnt K.arh hid mii'the (ruamutrpd liv two rpnntMt r
whi'np .ttiiifc'un-n mii-,1 m-i"ii,iidcd to the iciiurati
t ?, and rTtlrird lo tt.. hrinr )Kd and mitlli-ii'iit e:tiritv
fnrtlip anr uni Invilvt'd, by come public iuin tiotiry "(
tt; Tnllvrt Statfi.
!()! from leiaultlPflrcnntractorii. and thn.a thut do not
w comply tr'h thr. t fiyutrumttta of UiU ftdvurtiit'iavnt,
v ID not Iff roiirtidcrt d.
Itlank torni" tor prpnpfllf, f-TnTirflf Inir thp term of the
ptianitttp rcfjiilnd In rai h hid, ran tf htd on Bpfl rtUlvti
at Uiit titlu , arid none ( thcrn whii h do not ciuhrnc the
K)iaruntt' w 111 hi 'on-ldT4Ml, n t will any pmpotttl oe run
hiert d which do'a nut ittrictly conform to tlie rciuiro-nu-nt
'I he hiiin mum sfiit.' tlir nnmlwr and (juatitltyofcach kind
Of arlh h- prupoKfd to he delivered
l"ri'Minaiii rrnixt tiu etulirid 'TropoHnlf for Army
Pupi'IUs,' ' atatlni; uu the envelope th" article Mil for.
1 1 Kit MAN Ithi'.H,
IJ-K fit Colonel Quartenntthtor Uepartiuent.
( niliF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICE.
' Cts' iNKATl, Ohio, Novemher IfO, m.
r'ropooalu arahiTitedbr the undersunii u nnul TUKsi V,
Iifeemhcr 1,1, lbt.4. at li o lock M.. Ivr luruulilnu .tin
Ireartiiient (hy ron'rart) with:
Camp Culora for Infmitry Array Standard.
Hospital Tent Poien.NetH, do
Wail do d, do
llohpltai Tent fins, lar., do
"O do MUM 1 1, o
Wall do larttr, rto
Wnll do m nil. on
(niretny fTriier iiooki.
iv i lot hint' Aftuunt H
Io J'tteripti.e do,
iw MorLlng He port do.
Pom Order do,
I'-t MornlQK He-port do,
Tout Letter rt -,
I'drtt tiuard Kcport do,
KeglmciitAl Oeneral Order do,
Ici Letter do.
Do leHcriptlvo do,
Io Index tro.
Record Tarset 1'raitlee do,
httmblcn uf the atiindurd) artlclei
may be seen at the
Other pi VU th nu and Equipage m UiIh city,
'In lw dcliven d free oft -hartf at the l uited Rtntes In
pcctlon Warehouse In this city, in ((ood new packages,
with the name ot tbe parry furcilhtn, the kind aud inan
tity ot Vood dihtlactly uiarked nnea b article nnd pucka :c.
Parties otlenni-' oodi mur.t dlHtlnetlv mate in their hi la
the tttantity they proposu to t'umibh, the price, and time of
.Humpies, when snhmltted, mti't be marked and num
bered to correhpond with the proposal; and the parties
thereto mutt guarantee that the fio.dn shall be. In every
rer-pei-t, eiial to Aruiv fetaudard, oiliurwue the proposiU
Will nt he uoiiNhlered.
A Kiiarnntee, HlKiied by two reupmid hie neraona, munt
accnmpaiiy each bid, iiaranteeinK that the bidder will
anpply tlie artielea iiwardd to htm under hit proposal.
Hid will be opened on I HCKHhAV, December l i, Itifi-t,
at 12 o'clock, M., at tint ofhec, and bidden aro ro
ji)4rfeted to be pretient .
Awanli will tie made on Wednetdar, lierember 14,
end prdi rente wnl he wlven to hHhU-rg airrMfUnfcr t. r..m.
pule tlielr Ucllveriei wlthiu Uiree month trom date of
Hi nd will be r-nilrcd U.atU. contract will be faith lull y
Tclt i:rami relntlnfr to proposal will not be noticed.
HlMiik fornm ot proponala, contract, and budtt may be
Obtained at this oftiee.
ihe DKht to rt-jtct any bid doemed nnreasonabie If
Kndune envelope "Proposala tVr (here insert Uie name
of Uie article oilcn d)," and addret-a
Colonel WII.MAM W. MrKItf,
12 -3-at Chief yuartcriuaiter, Cincinnati Dvpot.
IFICK OF THE DEPOT QUARTER
Hiin i. aw Kwourn, Kanui, Novembur 10, 1i4.
PKOI'OMAIaH KMt A It l V lUANnl'OUrATKlN.
Heated PrupOBala will be received at thlM offlie until 12
( clock M. on the ill at day of Itacmiibur, irtri, l .rliio
TruiK.pnrtnth.noi MIltiar.vHupplica during thy yu.ir 1,
on tlie IoIIuwIiih r utch :
Hut if So. I. From Korti I oavenworlh, Laromle. and
Itihy, and other dciu th that amy he ent.ihinthcd during
the u hove ear on tlie west bank of tho Miixoun nvr,
u ith of Fort Leiavenworth. and aouth of latituitu I-' cfe
Vtt tH nortti, to any ponta or itationN that uie or nriy.he
etiihiuiied in the Terrl'orlea of NcbraNka, Uakoiah, Iditlio,
aid Ciah, aouth of mtitude 4 dKree north and ent of
loiikltude 114 ih jjreoe went, and In tho Territory of Colo
rado f orth of 40 dt-treeH uorih.
llidilcra to state the f-ute per 1 00 pound per 1KJ mlh a
Atnhich trey Hill transport nam turen In each ot the
monihrifrom April to September, Inctuaivo, of the year
Jini TB Hi). 2. From Fnrti Tav.-.worth and ltllev, In
tbe Htaie ot Kama', and the town if Kaiuaa, In the Hinut
oi MiftMonri, to any p'N'a or itatloiia that are nr may be
eitnhlihlied in the .state of Kiitiratm, or 1h the rerr.to.-yof
t'oIorHdo, Mouth ol latltudo 40 de'eei n"rth, drnwiiiK'
miypih a irou rri Lt aw nwi rtli, and U Fort I'nion. N.
kl.,roiii r icMit tiiat may he desjnau d in that I er
ntorj.to Fort tiiiilmid untf to any other point or p-unu
on me route. ItlddnrN to siate the rate per lnopuundi
per 1i0 mi ei at which tliey will transport aald uton-s in
each ol Hie iiinnihi. Hum April to Hopteiubej, iucIiikivv, ol'
th.- year Iwi.',.
Koi ii. No 8. From Fort I'nion, or inch other deiiot aa
mav be nub htied In the Territory of New Mexico, in any
p.ttN er htailom that are or may ho esiublikhej lntU.it
Icrrltory. ami to yich poitM (T Riutlona a mav be desnj
nated In the 'I errir of Arizona ui.d Niateof lex a wait
ot loiiL'iiude V ! decrees west H ddern lo ttato the rule
per K0 KiindM pr 1M) nnlen wt wnlrli tliev will traimpiirt
tkaid orn m cad. of n.e un-nih from June to .Movembvr.
iiicluilVf-.of ihe eiir lNi.
Th weight to be transported each year will not exceed
lf'.UO.iiUi jiouiids on home No I; Vvu'0.i)n pounUs n
Home No.?; and . dOO.iUHi poundn on Id-ute No. ;i.
Su a.l!iiioiitti prceniaxe will be paid tor the traunportiw
tl'-nol bacon, hard brisud, piuo luuilrur, Ahlnaha, ur any
Ilhiderh fthoiild lre their nam on in full, ai well at thlr
plaienf retKiencc, and eain propOMii should he uefom
I ametl h a bond lu th- mm of tt utbounait'1 dollars, tiksttril
hy two or more reNpntisltjle peron-i, KiiartintefhiK thai, in
ease a contriiet Is auaided for the route mentioned In the
proposal io tru- pttrtics rropo-im, the e.ntra t will b.- ;ie
vep'rd nitil enteretl in to. uiidixxj and utlu leniHccurity fur
ninf.ed hy pariieN, iu accordance with tlie ter!in of this
advert Mtmo nl
'lie uiaouiii of bonda re itilrd will he .-is follows
On honte N. I fciun.nt);
On Jtoute No '-' ;'oo,'nm.
On Houi hit- :t ii,uit
fiat iM"n .'tory evidence n tho oal y ami aolv jncy
of each hicdersnd pu'aoii oirered as ccur.ty will be ic
(uiud. 1'roooealn mitht lie endorsed "Proposals for Army Tr-tui-por'a'ioii
n, lit.ute No. 1, "J, or tf. its lha rmc umy he,
mul none ulil h.- entertained unletiN they fully comply with
all the it -inreuients of th tidveriisi m nt.
I'ariioD to wtitiia uwttrdit are made muit ba prepared to
execute e nfraciN ut once, and to nive the requiiod buds 1
tor me laitiiiui perio1 intbce oi uie suiue.
t'onlrm ts will be made nu'Meet (o the approval of the
Quartermaster tleueral, but the right la reverved to rct
an tr all hidi th.it may be u I re red.
Coutraiclors must be In rvadlnoftH for service kv the first
day ot April, Im, und tttay will be rtojuired to havo a
piaro of aKeiu iei at or in the vicinity of Forte ! cu
worth and Union and other deja tout may bcestsblished.
at which they may be coaunauieaU with proinutly and
Hy order of the Qua -tewatr General.
. li. C. HOOOEfl,
U l Capl. d A. S. M., U. H. A
DEPARTMENT OF CITY rROrERTY,
Office Second Ptry oirard Bank
pMii.AiRi.rniA, November V, 1M4,
Proposals will be received at this OfT.ce until lle'cltx-t
at., i f 11 KflUAY. Oecember . ln4. for the erertton of
a PoMIc (reen lloue on the Cl'y UuriaJ Ground, sUoa
en I arablavern mad and Hen rt Una.
DrawttiRS and ipet lilt aligns can be on at this ofllre.
JOHH W. LKtlW.
11 -V) 6t Cotntnlssloner of City 1'roperty
( 1H1EF QUARTERMASTER'S OFFICB,
W iiik. .n.(. t'..JanuarT4. IHU.
All dealers In lirn.1 HrdwBra Lumber. I.MtBnr.O
Furniture, lUniers, and (adtliry, ere reivittd to seed
to mis .mte, on the snMAi of esrn woea, e fixate! pro
ptal or 1M, In duplit ate, of tbe ardo'es WiT are preuared
to trunlh to ih.a d(".t at shoit notice, with the prtteef
fiirh innrkrd In ptnln flpur", sothat. In case the ei ifeneltej
ot tl,e service require i-.the article or articles can be oo
tntr.rd Ithont delsv, at the lowest price.
I'caier wishing to sdUo this dsnot will 1e require! (0
furulfh the list punctually every Monday mornliif
l. H. HITKFR,
HrlKadier-neneral and Chief gaartermaster,
' l'op"t of Wahinirton.
r k cj i
A L NO X X C E-JSliELiLU
Cnn r gt Aim iiVAtTPit'B Oertrc.
i'lNi ISNtll V,iv.irnl.ir -M I Kill
Tbe advertisement from this otluc dated OV'KMMfe
91. li-M. for
Hill" f.TF-H TFSTd,
Is herrl v modlflnd ft r cards the v.i.tti of tlie material,
which mit-t be inches w lie. weliiiiurf (3 ouncos to tbe
Ut ear yard, limit ud ot -i, inches.
liidnem are ina rmed that the ppcnrMons reoulre th
tn it- rial to he thoroughly wetted and shrunk, before he lag
I'rniTi nee will b'-iriven to Cotton Puck, and nn Tente
will ht; ri c lv d of material weixhim,' thttn d oumea ta '
tt.e linear ard.
WII.MAM V. MrK IK,
I'.'-l - It Chief (tMuirtcriuttter t mi inu tti 1'cj.ot.
TROr(SAI.S FOR CUTI'INQ ANDCOliu"-
JihAlx.l AhTUti ! l'tRTVrT or W AHIH,Ttll, '
Oi m i or Otjsr ji mu i hm asti-.k,
.INcs. "d .v:fi Fourte-nth street,
Near New York Avemie,
W iirvt.n.s, li C'.. Noemher lHi.
w rlttcn rrepnt-.tii will bo received at tt olltce
until THUHSIiaY, the Hih day of Dee. niher Isftt, (or
ru.t na and fordmR' Wfl to 17, (mo cords of WOOD, on
iitiids within the hals of lha Oepartmpnt, lu Vlrtrl ua or
a.trlnnd, to he de?lnjst' d by Um Chief tjuarteriaaster.
Iiepartinetit of Wasulnirtrn
li e wmd nuiBt be cut fonr feet In length, and spilt to
the nnal fire oi ror, wood, ai d the c-rd wol be elht
(ret lonff, four leet wide, and lour feet aud lour lathe
'Ihe contractor will he required to roafce al! neressarr
roads aud io cord the wood iu p. ftcos easily acce-mble U
Any further Infonratlon desired can be obtained upon
application at this nice.
Aneaihnf alleuiance tn ti e Oovernmcnt of the ratted
ntfttas mutt accouipany each hid
I'rrtpoaaji) ahon.d be e'udored ''Proposals for Cattlaand
Coidu g r liewood,' and additasd U
M. J. LrD'MdTOH,
CoFinel and chief fn rtrmaiter,
leparttnm of Wa hi n u n .
OFFICE DEl'OT CUMMISHAUY OF SUB
BlSTfciiCK. WAittvoTow, r. P., November V,
FUol'oSAI.S Ki FMiUU.
Sealed propoa ure ir.v.ted until l.'ecemher 7, 12 O'clocX
M., for furiiUlnjiK the Suhstitenre Orpin merit w ith
TWO Ulnl HAND HAlClifcl.H OF KLOt'R.
The propa.snls will te tor what lr known at (hi Depot
'os 1, 2, and 'S, and bids will he entertained for any ouau
titv leMi It an the w hole.
liidH muht he in dupiicat", nnd for each grade oa separata-
ieets ot ppcr.
'I he delivery of the Flour to commence wthtn five dayt
fntm Uie opening ot the hid, and iu sucr, numltics, daily,
Uft the llovctnti ent may dlriict ; de heicdut the Uo'-eiQ-ment
wari on-e lu Oeorncown. at the wharves or rati
roaJ lup - t In Wahtntiiun. L C.
'the delivery oi all I lour awarded to be tompleted wlthJa
twenty dys frm the oioniiif: of the h d.
I'a. merits IU be made In cr Meat of 1ndebtedne,
or ku. li other funds as the Government may have (or dta
biiihimeiit 'I ho Ubiiat (Jovernment Inspection will he made Just
beiore the Flour is received, and none will be accepted
w rich ih I of lie)) ground aud made from wheat ground la
the vicinity where manufactured, uniesaof a very superior
the Flour to be delivered In new oak barrels, head
An oath of aJletrlftnce mnit accompany tho bid of en eft
bidder wao hus not tlie oath on tile in this offloe, and no
hnl will be entertained from parties who have previously
lailtd to complv with tl.eir b;d, or troiu bidders nut pro
tseut to respond.
Oovertment re-ervci the rivht to reject any bid for an
I'.hH to be addrei.ed to tr.e tinJrslxned, at No.2J3 O
tieet, endorsed "Froponalb lur I lour."
a. V. OREENT5,
11 JWCt J Cai.talnaudO.a. V.
1)ROFOSAES FOR FORAOE.
ClHBI' m Alii KfcMANTKR'a OmrB,
OCI'IIT lit' M'ASlllMilTii
Wla4f1tNliTO.. It I llpiiAmliar M Itll.Q
Heated ProUOaIs artolnvlfrul Uv ih iin.inrHiirn..t f,.r inn.
plying the I nit d Htaie guartenussier s Oepartment. at
WbMiIiikioii, I. C; Baltimore. Md ; Alexandria and
Fortress Uonroc. Va.,or eillar ol iftse places, with U ay .
Corn. Oats, and Htraw.
lildBwill be received for the delivery of .1000 bushel!
M orn or Oai,and00 tons of Hay or -Straw, and op
wiirn. lihider must state at w hteh of the above-named polnU
they pi opoM' to make deliveries, and the rates ntwhlcei
they will make deliveries thereat, the quantity of each
article proposed to bo delivered, the tune when mut
deliveries shall bo commenced, and when to be com-l-leteil.
The price rmint K written out fn words on the h d.
i urn to he put up In good Mnut mvku, oi about two
busi.els tach. Oals in like pficU, of about three bushels
cadi. The sucks to bo lui nibln d without extra chsrue to
the Ooyernnient.j The llav or Htraw io he securely haled.
The particular Kind or dtMTlptini of Oats, t orn, Hay, or
Straw, unip,at-d to be delivered, mut oe staled in the
All the articles otrcn d under the hlda hrreln Invited will
in- hiilccct to a rmid inspection b the Uoverniaent inspec
tor, hciore LelnK accepied.
Contracts will be awarded from time to time to tho
lowest responsible bidden, a the intcrett of tho Ooveru
niert ma require, and payment will be mvie when the
whole miiouut Ouutratted lor shall have been delivered
The bidder wll! he required to accompany his proiosltioa
with h Kimiutitee, dlunett by two runpon-iible persons, that
In cae his bid Is accepted, he nr they wl
wl.bln ten duys thereafter execute the oon
ti act for Hie Name, with jim d und Buitlciont Bureilei, in a
sum fcoiial to the amount of the contract, to deliver the
forage propi)r. d In conformity wlih the terms of thla ad
veriihement j and In cae the said b:d er should fall t
enter into the contract, they to niaho (rood the dluVruuc
betv-e n tliocilerol said bidder and the neat lowest re
Mouxtblt bn'der, ur the pcnou to waout tlie coiiUau
may be awarded.
'Ihe re-MM.iir-ibi.il v of the guarantor must be shown
by ti e official i-erlltlcntv of a I nl ed Htatett OUvriet
At:orncj',Co:iecior of t intotns. or any oihur umoer under
tlie I nltcd Htaie Government, or rtaiuiisihlt- pvraoa
Xth.v n to thli. otlice.
All bidders will be duty noti tied of the acceptance or
rciec;ion ol their proioiuiti.
The rnn iiarnc aud i,-,t otllce address of each bidder
mut be it hlv w ritten in the prop ml.
i'ropjiHttm niin-t he adoreit-d to l.rlKadier-(;niraJ D. Tt.
KtMfcer. t'hW'l Oepot yuartenimster, VV'ahiintiou, L. C.t
und Bh-'ii'd he pluiiH intirke l "PmpnHlt tor Ftira-'e."
Uoiuia in a bum eii.il to the amount of trie contract,
slut id I y ihe contractor and both ut hi ku a ran tors, will
be Tenured of the sulci Soful bidder or bidders upon Blra
lnc the contract.
Itlank la-nut. of bids, uirant'Cs, and bonds may be
Ohtniucd upon application to t)n oili. e .
roitM OF PKOPoiaL.
(Towu.Cuunly, and Suto - -
i . the subiicrlher. Co her. hv propoie to furnish and
d hv i to the I'nitcd Hiatea, at the tjuarteriuiMter a He-
purinn nt at , aK-veeab1' to the terms off mr
iH eriicment, in it try p opirals lor fru..e, dated,
H'usMni-ton epot, Occeiaber k, lh-i.(( the loUowliur aril
bube1sof 'orti,ln jacks, at per bushel of M
buhhcJs oi OMt , 'u sucks, at per bushel ef 3
lot ol haJi-d Hay, at per ton of tKn pounds.
tons ot baled Hiritw . at pur ton ot 'iruou pounds.
Oellveiv o coi.imciicn on or In f r the tlay of
1 , anl to he i"im M. nor i-e'ore tiie day cj .
Wi-, and p're ice invvelt l; en'er Into a wrhteti contract
with the Tnited hiafet, niih Kood and aonrovttd sucuriLles,
blj us tntna cct)b0.
Votir obedient m rvan.
r.Hj.'aJhr-Oe.o ral 1. II. )U r i.it,
K. hi. i Ocpoi i'inrtermatter,
K'l,l K.tui. l. Ca
OCAl; AN4 I t
We, the iihilersned, rt-.iiilcntt, of , in the countp
,, , at.t) .st;,!,. U , lnoebv, uu tit y nd everauv.
e.:in'aiu xiti. the I n.ii d Hi.ites. and uiotraniee. in eas
the orejf;-!iit; bid ot be a. ceutt'u, tliat he or thy
will w.ihm len ias alter the a. eujuiice of said
hid, cxci ute lit- co,! i in for tie an-iie. with -ood ana
Miit.cient s.,iitei, in a Mini e,uat lo tho am 'tint ot tha
eoi'irio i to i. .mi in ihe for. ic proponed m coniormity to thv
teini". ot the adv eiti-e'neiu, !' .1 I'ecci.i.mi a, JbJ, under
which the hid whs loaiH' : and In etf ihe mI shall
tail io enter into a t'i nir;i' t .n aiotfHld, ve Kiiarantee tc
mwko cood I So tl'ih-mice be w en tl:e o ter of the naid
- uii'l the ne lowt--t rj!ioindfle bidder, or Uio ptar
son to hoTti the cntrnet iray be uw;uCl-U
Uivi D undtr our tiuuda aiid neaia tins day of
I t. re- iriiiy tlut, to the t-Ft of mr knowK-tiao a t
lielh t. the ani've-nunii d y'iamii.oi m.- UIMU and sutM
et. nt a- BiiietlcB hr ihe anioiihl A r hhh lhe oiler to ba
l o be certlflnd by tl e I n'te-J Rtatei )iHfrict AUnrney
Collector o; cu -toms. or any otlo r ohlcer under the Cnlti-d
S'iitei.ov inuH'nt,or ie-pont.ihie peretuQ known to ttnt
All propose! i rcelrd umhrthls advert I -.ement will ha
opfiw d at d ixAinhitid at tlu onhio ou Weducridy aud
fcaltir.U ol e.ich He-k at I 'J M Itldduri are reeiwctfuUi
llivild io be pn cm ut (he opening ol bids II they desire
O II. lit CK.lt U
M If l'rtadUr-Ctuetal aud Wuarterutasier.