nt, as expressed it, the advertisement, reserves the right to accept the proposition most to the interest of the Government, and reject them all at its option.
Quartermaster General Meigs has issued an order to all the assistant quartermasters to make no purchases whatever without first advertising for proposals, even for a short time.
Col. Robert Anderson has been promote Brigadier General.
Ex-Governor A. H. Reeder has declines the tender of a Brigadier Generalship.
Wm. T. Rosecrans has been appointed Brigadier General.
Hon. John A. Gurley is authorized by the President to raise six regiments in Cincinnati.
Lieut Col. Martin has been elected Colonel of the 71st New York Regiment, and Brigadier Major Smith Lieutenant Colonel.
The owner of the three slaves restored by General Sanford resides at Lisbon, Md., and is a Union man. The rendition was under a former proclamation, which met the Executive approval.
Young's Kentucky regiment of cavalry is t