Newspaper of Evening Star, November 1, 1861, Page 1

Newspaper of Evening Star dated November 1, 1861 Page 1
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^ ^ ? - ,, nn i i - I - , , B '?'^vjt%?i;.rooN' r s^J . THE w?ekly STAR. At THE STAR BUILDINGS, I 1 i yV J ' a itMiutw 3tar, ^ ootfej. tl ft* three month*; tad lor Um thaa V_ ^ T i. L ? mm*. M Ar? MMth* M the rate of l? eeati t week Bla- ?" Twesty-i?e c*pim ?? guoopiea. o*? cbut; la wrapper*, tiro c?wt* ? II la variably ooataiaa th?" Waahlaftea Newa' ?T ADT?an?*t-iTs should be aeat to the " 1 u*' * ? 7X4 OmUf I?nH ?? rlrmkrtr Act before tt o'clock m.; otherwlae they nay %/OL vir*|* ? prrm.,v itrc f ti^t Ikt cttalry, V- XVIII. WASHINGTON. D. C . FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1. 1861. N?. 2.715. ^ rM" *fthe paper. Price?THREE CENTS. REPORT IN GEN. FREMONT'S CASE. Tfcc Adjataat Several's ObiirntUii la SUiMirt. When Secretary Cameron set out on bis repent iourney to Missouri, Kentucky, and Indiana. Be requested Adjutant General Thomas to accompany him for the double purpose of lending his assistance in any investigation that it night be found necessary to institute, and also to take note* upon all points oonneoted with the object of tha visit. Froui the information thus eoflected the Adjutant General, at the request of the Secretary, has prepared a report of oonnderable length, the important points of which we present below : j.*t?RCOcna* or fr**o*t with his officers. Gen. Curtis said of Gen. Fremont that he ft und no diffiouity^in getting access to him, and j when he presented business connected with his command it was attended to. Gen. Fremont, however, never consulted him on military affairs. nor informed him of his nlan* <>?n Curtis remarked that while he would go with freedom to Gen. Scott and ex pres.* hie opinions he would not dare to do so to Gen. Fremont ] He deemed Gen. Fremont unequal to the command of an army, and said that he was no more bouad by law than by the winds. He consid* ered him to be unequal to the ooinmand of th? army in Missouri. IRRIUCLAKITiaS 15 THE PAYMASTER'S PBPARTIfBHT. Col. Andrews. Chief Paymaster, called on me (says Gen. Thomas) and represented irregularities in the pay department, and desired instructions from the secretary for his government, stating that he was required to make payments and transfers of money contrary to law wuu i?kui?uvuo. VUCO UOJOCUDg lO WDftt he conceived an improper payment, he was threatened with confinement by a file of sol dierr He exhibited an order for the transfer of 1100,900 to the quartermaster's department, which was irregular. i irroixTMEXT of erricERs bt ae*. frkmont Colonel Addrews exhibited an abstract of payments by one paymaster, Mai. FeliBer, to 42 persons appointed by Gen. Fremont, vis : 1 Colonel, 3 Majors, 9 Captains, 15 1st Lieutenants, 11 2d Lieutenants, 1 Surgeon, 3 Assistant burgeons?total, 42. Nineteen of these have appointments ad engineers, at.d are untitled to cavalry pay. A second abstract of payments | was furnished, but not vouched for as reliable, ' as the paymaster was sick. It is only given to ^ show the excesses of officers of rank appointed I .. tk. u.u.n.. 1?- J ? iv w aijwi uiumii uwiy-guira 01 only ?JUU men, the commander being a colonel, Ao. The whole number of irregular appointments made by Qeu. Fremont was said by Col. Andrews to he nearly 209- Among the appointments was one given to an individual on Gen. Fremont's staff as Diractor of Music, with the rank and commission of Captain of Engineers1 This person was a musician in the theater in St. Louis IKRK8UL ARITIEH AT ST. LOCIS. Major Allen, principal quartermaster, had recently taken charge at St. Louis, bnt reported great irregularities in his department, and requeeted special instructions. This he deemed important, as orders were communicated by a variety of persons, in an irregular manner, all requiring disbursements of money. These orders were frequently given verbally. He was -ending, nnder ?ien Fremont 8 orders. Iar?? amounts of forag from 8t. Loaia to the army at Tipton, where corn wu abundant aad cheap. The distance was 140 miles, lie stated the indebtedness of the quartermaster's department, at St. Louis, to be $4,506,309 73. ARMY CONTRACTS. It i? the expreesed belief of many intelligent gentlemen ia St. Louis that Qen. Fremont has aroand him, and in his ataff, persons directly and iaamediately concerned in furnishing supplies. By direotion of Gen. Meige, advertisements vara published for proposal* to famish grain and nav, and contracts vrcre subsequently made for specifioationa?28 cents per bushel for eorn, 30 cents for oats, and $17 95 per ton for hay In face of this, another party in St. Louis, Baird, or Baird A Palmer. (Palmer being of the old firm in California, Palmer, Cook & Co., Gen. Fremont's agents in | At- V ? mn Di*ie,) were directed to Mod to Jefferson City, where bay and corn abound, at fast as pouible, 100,000 bushels of oata, with a corresponding amoant of hay, at 33 cents per bushel tor the grain and $19 per ton for the hay. Capt. Edward M Davis, a member of his staff, received a contract by the direct order of Gen. Fremont for blankets. They were examined by a board of army officers, consisting of Capt Hendershot, 4th artillery; Capt. Harris, oommisaary of subsistenee, and Capt. Turnley, assistant quartermaster. The blankets were found to be made mostly of ootton, and to be rotten and worthless Notwithstanding this deeision, they were purchased and given to the sick Mid wounded soldiers in the hospitals. XTBAVAOAJICE. Among the supplies sent by Gen. Fremont (A tK* ivm* nnv id J w .?>? ? uvw i.uu uoi\i tuaj uc eiiuaie* rittd 500 half barrels, to oarry water, in a country where water it abundant, and 600 tona of iee. We examined the barracks in course of construction in 6t. Louis, near and around the private house ooeupied bj him as quarter*?the Brant House, which, by the by, is rented for $6,000 per annum. These barracks hare brick foundations and brick outer walls; weatherboarded, and are sufficient as quarters and stables for 1,000 men. A pontoon bridge has been erected across the Ohio river by Uen. Fremont, at Paducah. A ferry boat, in a region where such boats are readily procured, would be just as efficient, and much less expense. THE CAMT AT T1PTO*. Ai toon M I obtained a view of the several encampment* at Tipton, I expressed the opinion that the forces there assembled could not b? moved, aa scarcely any means of transportation were visible. I saw Oen. Hunter, second in oommand, and convened freely with him. Ha stated that there was great oonfiuicn, and that Qen. Prement was utterly incompetent, that his own division was greatly scattered, and the fbree there present defective in maay respects, that he himaeif required 100 wagens, bat that he was under orders to march that day, and some of hi* troops were already drawn out on the road. His oevalry regiment (Elite's) hod horso* and indifferent arms, but no equipments, The men bad to carry their cartndges in thoir vest pockets?consequently on thair first day's march from Jefferson city, in a heavy ruin which fall, the cartridges were destrayod. TUB BCBS PCaCBASED BY FBBKOWT. Oea. Hunter stated to me that he had just pom! wmA m # - ? ? 1 - wvitvu wnvwm ? wj/vi w ilUUI UUf l?l Bll 1UIV* nets informiof bim that bat twenty oat of a kindred ofbisgans would go off These were the guns prf>cu ryi by General Fremont in Europe I will bere itote that Geo. Sherman, at Louisville, uiade to me a similar eomplaint of tbe great inferiority of these European arms He bad given the men orders to file down tbe nipple*. In conversation witb Col. 8worda, assistant quartermaster general at Loaisville, jast from California, he stated that Mr. Selover, wbo was ia Europe witb Oen. Fremont, wrote to some friend in Saa Francisco tbat bis abar* I of tbe proits of tbe porebase of these arms was ooo CLOSE or TIB KKPORT. Tbe remainder of tba report is a general review of tba operations of tbe military department after it was planed ia charge of Fremont. Orders for tbe movement of troops witb oat being in any way prepared?orders issued and oil* asMtmsalsd ekaa It " ? *-J that it *u impossible to hare them tiMtltd ; j the f?i!ar? to raiaforoe Sob. Ljod at Wilaon'e creak and Mulligan at Lexington; all of whieh aaye the roport. "ga la ahow tho vaat of aili- ! i?ry foresight on the part of Gas. Fremont, in diroatta* tho nuaaaary means for patting Into : and maintaining in tho field tha foroac under hii Mmaiad n^nti ortxioN or nttaoar. Ibe opinion antortainad bj gentleman of po wtioa tad intelligence, who hare approached 9 and observed him it, that he is more fond of the pomp than of the atern realities of war? that his mind is incapable of fixed attention or strong concentration?that by his mismanagement of affairs since his arrival in Missouri, the Stat* has almost been lost; and that if he is continued in eomtbahd, the worst results may be anticipated. This is the concurrent testimony of a large number of the mdst intelligent men in Missouri. THE LATEST FROM THE SOUTH. We subjoin a few extracts from late Richmond T>aners received at Rnatrtn THS BATTLE HBAR LCSSBHRG. The Dispatch, in giving an aeoount of this fight, says : The Federal troops were rooted three distinot times at the point of the bajonet, and as often heavily reinforced. In one charge the 8th Virginia captured a splendid brass battery and pot its men to inglorious flight. The enemy wero finally pursued to the river's brink, where they made a desperate stand, but their doom was sealed. Our brave volunteers charged them and scattered them like leaves to the winds and Waters. Oar informant States that they were cut all to pieces, and that the battlefield was thickly streWn with their dead and wounded. The prisoners, of whom a great number were taken, said, without hesitation, that our gallant troops "fought like devils." TV - 1 ? - - * ids loss upon our sine naci Dot been ascertained with nccuracy on Monday evening, though our telegraphic advices have t>ibi*e reEorted it at 300 in killed and wounded. This, owever, is not comparable to the low of the enemy We have at this time no particular.1), except that Col Bart, of the 18'h Mi.->3i?sippi, was badly wounded, and Col. Tebbs (of what ragiment is not stated) slightly. Other verbal accounts of the battle on Monday represent that the scene at the river, when the enemy attempted to recross, was fearful. The rattle of musketry, and the sharporack of the Mississippi rifle, mingled with shrieks of drowning men, and the panic was scarcely less wide-spread than that of the 21st of July just thrae months before. The Federal prisoners, L. ! r no * " uuuiu<noK j?i>, were under guard op the battlefield of Manassas yesterday morning These men reported that at least 300 of their comradea were drowned while attempting to recross the Potomac. Tha first company of howitsera was not in the fight, no artillery having been engaged on our side Our troopa fought under great disadvantages. They underwent a heavy march en the previous day, with but two meals; slept on their arms in the open air all night, and want into the battle on Monday morning with but an apology for a breakfast. They fought all day, without refreahmenta of any aort. MISCELLA1TBOCS. The "Yankee Scalpers1' is the name of a company of Choctaw Indiana enlisted in the Confederate service The Wilmington Journal learns that Wise's legion baa been ordered to North Carolina, and haa good ground for believing the report. The Wilmington inH W?Mah ii^ a: I tors have declared a dividend of eight percent, from the profit* of the company tor the past twelve months. A correspondent recommends the use of hominy as a diet for the soldiers daring the coming winter. The gro?s neglect of the siok soldiers by the Confederate leaders forms the subject of an article in the Dispatch. War with th* Union mor* Dan?ebous thax a Wamt or Cottom.?What is it that is required of us ? Not only that we should recognise the independence of the Southern Confederation, but that, having done that, we should forbid the United States to carry on against it one of the most legitimate operations of war, further, at least, than it might not interfere with our own convenience. This u. in plain terms, that we should doclare war againat the United States In order to prevent th?m from using the onlj weapon by which, if by any, they can have the slightest hope of reducing their adversaries, call them rebels or enemiea. or what we will, to submission. We cannot think there are many men in the conntry who would, knowingly and with their eyes open, recommend this course of procedure. Tliere are considerations tending to ahow its manifeat shortsightedness and impolicy which may be urged on another occasion. For the present it may suffice to say that it would give a shook to the system of publio law throughout the world, by which we should inevitably be the severest sufferers in the end, and that the disaatrous effect of suoh an example aet by such A (innntr* u Rn?l?n/i ?nnM 1 ? 1 ? J ?w nvuiu WV iUUUUOlJ heightened by the glaring selfishness of the motive.?Manchester (Eng ) Guardian. A Bright Sentinel.?At one of the camps on States Island a new recruit was placed on guard a few nights since. An officer wishing to be satisfied that the recruit understood his duty, walked to the post and passed by, meeting with no resistance or objection. Looking at the sentry for a moment, he asked him if that was the way he performed his duty. "0, I'm performing my duty," was the reply. 'What did you let me pass for? Didn't the sergeant give you the countersign ?" 'I know nothing of your countersign," was the reply, "but the sergeant told me that the first maa who came along would give me brandy and wine, and not a d?d drop of either have I seen, although half a dosen have paused me. Hug the wine; I only want the brandy." The password was "Brandywine," and the new aspirant for military honors had only oomprehended it in the sense probably most familiar to him. The Dcc d'Acmale on the Union Commissions or tbi Orleans Princes ?The following latter has been written by the Dae d'Aumale to one of his friends in France, announcing to him the reeolation adopted by bis nephews: Twickenham, Oct. 7, 1881. My Dear Friend?My two nephews are aidsde-camp of Gen. McClellan, the oommanderin-chief of the Federal army. I hare this moment received the news. I am moved and delighted therewith. These yonng people are aeting like persons of their age, their race and tbeir oountry. The smell ef powder attracts and draws them to the right tidt. Thev are fine young fellow*. May (Tod guide and guard them. Hkkbi d'Obliaxs. (?7?Joey Gougenhelm, an actreee who baa become somewhat notorious, baa r fused to play at a San Fraaelaco theatre on Sunday nlghta Sbe puollabea a card, in which she says: "1 would rather be, aa I a in, deprived of my engagement?which waa averaging seven bundrrd and aeventy-one dollars a night (gross receipts !>?than to act in violation of (he law and my own convictions of right " (ETThe Ci'y Government of Bangor, Me., I have turued the undertaker out of otflce for >*ing a arresstanlat; whereupon the Belfast Journal remarks: "Mm with treason in them are not flt to bury good, patriotic persona who happen to be taken away." I IPTAa exhibition of iso daas wan kalH in Ijondon In Beotember They were divided Into tlcluMi The bloodhounds? were greatly admired, and a pair vru bought by ue Earl of Derby for 130 guineas. (J7- No auto are to be found In the hedge-rows or woods or tbe nut cultivation ground*, Fn England, tbla year Tbe weather has been ao dry that there are ao moabrooma. Thar* have boon few fllea, very few wasp*, and frogs were new ao scarce lady suggests that tboae benevolent person* who are knitting acock* for tbo sol-tier*, would be greatly enhancing the value of tbelr charity by placing In the tow of each pair a small ball of yarn and darning-needle K7- Fourteen thousand pounds sterling, or nrarly seventy thousand dellais have been l-ft to the Wesley an Methodist Preachers' Annuitants Society, by the late Thomas Marriott, Esq. SICK AND WOUNDED SOLDIERS IN HOSPITAL. Published in tonformity with the rtsolufon / tin Senate of Julf 16, 166t. At General Hospital on K street, heti*een Fourth and Fifth streets, Washington, Oct 23. lit Kictlslor brigade. 1 M N?>v HampsblreVol i 3d do do. 1 3d do do..**** 1 16thNew York Vol... 1 lit Michigan Vol z 22d do do.... '2 2d do do 1 '24th do do.... 2 3d do do 1 29th do do.... 1 8th do do 3 36th do do.... 1 Stockton^ Michigan 43d do do.... '2 Independent Vol... 4 ?!th do do.... 1 7th Wisconsin Vol.... 1 1st Massachusetts Vol.. 1 tst Rhode Island Vol. 1 10th do do... 3 4th oo do . % ISth do do... 1 5th do do.. 1 19th do do... 1 1st German Artillery 2d Vermont Volunteers 2 NewYorkVol 3 4th do do 2 1st Kentucky Cavalry, t 5th do do 1 1st New rork Cavalry. 2 1st Pennsylvania Vol.. 7 l?t Penn. Independent 6th do do .. 1 Rifle* 1 Nth do do.. 5 lstN.JeraeyCavalry(6) 1 23d do do.. 1 4fh Penn. Cavalry.... *2 2Cth do do., l 19th Indiana Vol 3 2?th do do., l Cameron Dragoons ... 1 3bth do ao.. I 2d U. 8. Cavalry 1 31st do do.. 1 8th do do......(e) 1 50h do do.. 1 1st California Brigade I 5th New Jersey Vol... 1 ? 4th Maine Vol (a) 1 Total SO (a) One officer. (6) One officer, (c) One officer. At Seminary Hospital, Georgetown, Oct 25 2d U. 8 Infsntry 3 9th Penn. Volunteers . 7 5th do Cavalry 1 I Oth do do 1 2<1 Maine Volunteer* . 2|26.h do do 1 Cth do do...... 1 33d do do...... 7 2d Vermont Volunteer! t 43d do do 3 3d do do 12 t*t do Artillery... 4 9th Maaaacbuaeta Vol.. 1 lit do Riflea 5 19th do do.. 14th do Cavalry.... 1 14th New York Vol... fc 3d do do 3 21 *t do do.(a) 1 19th Indiana Vol...(6) 5 24th do do.... 2 1st Michigan Vol 2 29th do do.... 1 3d do do ...(e)13 33d do do.... 3jlth do do.,.(cf) 3 35th do ao.... 1 6th do do...... 2 36th do do 1 Stockton'* Michigan 79th do do.... 1 Independent.Vol ... I Garibaldi Guard* 1 2d Wiaconain Vol. (e) 3 Moaert Regiment 1 3th do do.... 5 Tismmanv Regiment. 1 6th do do.... 4 Excelsior Brigade.... 2 Teamster*. Q. M. D .. 3 lit New Jersey Vol... I ?3d Penn. Volunteer* . 1 Total 120 (a) Oneofllcer (6)Oneofflcer (t) Twoofflcere. (d) Two officer*, (e) One officer. At General Hospital, Union Hotel, comer Bridge and Washington streets, Georgetown, Oct 25. 1st Lone (aland Vol... 1 1st New Jersey Cavalry 1 2d NewYorkVol 2 2d Maine Volunteers. 4 13th do do 2 Oth do do 3 14th do do 6 9 h do do 1 17th do do 1 3d NewHampsbireVol 2 18th do do 1 2d Vermontvolunteers 7 19th do do 1 3d do do 8 23d do do 1 4th Rhode Island Vol. 7 26'h do do 1 1st Michigan Vol .... 1 33d do do 3 2d do do 24 35th do do...... 2 3d do do 4 40th do do l|4th do do 5 43d do do 2'2d Wisconsin do S 50 th do do 5>i6th do An t ?9th do do 5 1st California do 10 3d Pann. Volunteers . 2 2d do do 2 6th do do 5 1st Minnesota do 1 7th do do 1 5th New Jersey Vol... 1 8th do do 3 1st fexcelalor Brigade. 1 lith do do 2 2d do do ... I 12th do do 3 Oneida CountyCavalry 1 27th do do..*.,. 2 Stockton's Michigan 36th do do 1 Independent Vol... 1 47th do do 2 Mott's Battery t 1st do Artillery.... 5 Baiter's Fire Zouave* 1 5th U. 8. Artillery.... 2 Teamster 1 2d Cameron Dragoons. 5 3d do do.... 1 Total 163 Kentucky Cavalry.... 3 At Hospital at Columbian Colhgt, Washington, Oct. 25. a ?v. it a i? . i ftj n ... ? I tw u. o. varairy ..... i .xi new jeraey vol... <! 2d Maine Volunteer*.. 6 5th do do ... 3 3d do do 3 7th do do.... 2 8th do do 3 t*t Penn. Artillery.... 5 9th do do 3 3d do Cavalry 2 lOthManachuaetUVol 9 1st do Rifl<** 1 14th do do. 3 3d do Volunteer*.. 4 19th do do. 1 4th do do 5 2d Vermont Volunteer* 1 6th do do 12 3d do do.... 1 10th do do 0 l?t Long 1 aland Vol .. 1 12th do do 7 latNew York Cavalry. 1 13th do do 2 2d do Vol 3 27th do do 1 llth do do 1 31 at d? do...... 5 18th do do 1 33d do do 12 22d do do 3 35th do do 1 23d do do 4 Cain'* Penn. Rifle*... 1 25th do do 10 Ut Michigan Cavalry. 1 32d do do 1 Ut do Vol 2 33d do do 1 2d do do 3 35th do do 2 4th do do 2 36th do do 1 7th do do 1 37th do do 6 9th do do...(a)13 43d do do 1 Stockton'* Mich Vol.. 5 49th do do 1 5th Wisconsin Vol... 2 Sickle* Brigade, N Y. 2 Sth do do.... 5 Tammany N. Y. Vol.. 2 7th do do.... 2 uaribaldl do do .. 1 tat Minnesota Vol 2 De Kalb do do .. 2 8th Illinois Cavalrv... 2 Berdan's8harpshooters 1 Sturgls Illinois Rifles. 1 1st U 8 Chaaneurs ... 2 19th Indiana Vol 12 Lincoln Cavalry 4 27th do do 1 Oneida Cavalry 2 1st California Vol 2 McClellan'a Dragoons. 1 1st D. C. Volunteers.. 2 1st New Jersey Cavalryl9 2d do Vol.... 1 Total 231 (a) One officer At Ventral Hospital, (CireU,) Washington, Oct 25. 2d U. 8. Cavalry 5 2d li. 8 Infantry 1 3th do do 2 3d do do 3 1st do Artillery.... 4 fcth do do 1 2d do do 9 4th McCall'a Dlvl*l?n. 1 3d do do 5 27th PennsylvanlaVol. 1 4th do do 1 Quartermaster's Dep't I 5th do do 6 ? 1 it do Inftlnbu o Ta?.1 ? - ? ? ?? jr m | A vtat ??* *14 Stefc rewimmj t* iA? Hospital for Eruptive Distant, at Kalorama. Oct. '44. 8tb Maine Volunteers. 1 47 th PennsylvaniaVol. l 31?t M#w York Vol... 1 McKnlgtat'sPran Vol I 34th do do.... 13d Michigan Vol..... 1 46th do do.... 1 Sth do do 2 3d Excelaior Brigade. 1 tat do Cavalry.17 1st German Rifles 1 5th Wisconsin Vol.... 1 U.8 Chasseurs 1 7th do do.... 9 Harris Light Cavalry. 1 19th Indiana Vol 16 IstNew Jersey Cavalry 6 1st Minnesota Vol 1 1st Pennsylvania Vol. I 3d U. 8. Infantry 2 Sth do do.. 1 ? 36th do do.. 1 Total fc At OnurtU Hotpital, Alexandria, Oct 25. id U 8 Artillery .... 3 33d Penn. Volunteers . 3 15th New York Vol... 4 3d do Cavalry.... 3 10th do do....23 46th do Vol 0 17th do do.... 12 2d Michigan Vol..(a) 12 18th do do.... 3 5th do do.,.,,. 5 25th do do.... 7 Lincoln Cavalry...... 4 26th do do.... 5 let New Jersey Vol... 1 27th do do....10 5th do do ... 1 31st do do.... 8 2d Vermont Volunteers 1 32d do do....12 Cameron Rifles 3 37th do do.... 2 3d Michigan Vol I 38th do do.... 7 1st Minnesota Vol 1 40th do do.. ..10 01st Pennsylvania Vol. 2 79th do do.... 1 Quartermaster's Dep't I 3d Maine Volunteers. 12 Teamster 1 4th do do 8 5th do do U Total 184 ( ) One officer. 117 Washington papers please copy and send bills to the War Department. oct2??3t Duponts sun powder, For Mi* At manufacture jrio??, by JO?N JTBU6 UK, GioMirown, D. C? Salt Aimmv for tk? District 0/ trict. Urdarioaatiio b*left at the o A00 of Adw RitrM* n?niM*. Wuhiutoi. D. C. fet-lawlv gUCEWHEAT F&be4t rLooi CKftO J3VKWl?U. OO IT wratf v?rao?tw. and 15th ?t. HAMBURG CHEESE ! il ? . HAMBURG CHEESE! MO lb* Hambarg Che*?, two yean old. and wrr B?edor. hlNO * BURCHKLL, ool? Cor aw Vermont ar and 13th ?t D1AN08, PIANOS, PIANOS.-New PUOO* lea * pc ft n i a ?' Worcestershire Sauce. Prononnowl by flS EXTRACT

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The anderstgned respectfully informs his friends in the District, and visitors to the oity, that he ha* refitted his old and wall-tifow* establishment in a most thorough manner, and ha? made oompiete arrangements to furnish OY'STERs in any style and in any quanlitr 400 to Sno ga Ions shucked per day. two to 3 0Ot can* of Spiced and friesh put up daily?cans hermetically i aled. Furnished in the sh li by ?he Wushe or barrel. Persons wishing to have Oysters furnished regularly through the winter, at Baltimore prices, witnout fear of failure, fhould call and make arrangements at once Freight, time, and money saved by purchasing of me, as 1 furnish an article equal to the celebrated Baltimore establishments, at prioes just as low. TO SUTLERS. i/tinnea meats, lomwi, ?arainea, uiama. Strawberries, Tomatoes, Pigs' F<?et, Trip?. Ac , Ac , Ac. Also, Pickles, Catnip, Sajoes, brandy Peaches, Ac. Also, Game a ad Fresh Fish. Turtles, Terrapins, Fresh Lobsters. Cod. Halibut, Ao. In fact, every thine for sale in the Northtrn markets always on baud, at reasonable prices Hotels and families supplied with Orste-s. delivered without oharge U any par* of tne Diatriot. in aeaaon. if the monsy la sent with the order. My establishment is open from 5 a m. to 12 at night, every day, exoept Sunday, when 1 close at 10 o'clock a. m. se27 T. M. HARVEY. 'P TO OFFICERS. I HE CAMPAIGN ?A Campaigning Wagon on the Prussian principle, arranged for sleep- fry ing or to act as an Ambulance in case of sickness or wounds, with ample room for stores and provisions; light, water-proof, and perfectly new, having been just ^nilt to ordei by one of the first makers in Naw York, is offered for sale ai cost priee. Also, a handsome, strong, sound, dark-brown HORSE, either for saddle or harness. Both may be seen on appiioation to JAMES BROWN, at Mr. Irvine's Stables, Corooran'e Lane, behind the Chain House, between 1 and H streets. se 20 piRKMEN'S INSURANCE COMPANY WASHINGTON AND GEORGETOWN, Capital 7771.. 1300,000. 0041 l#nwr C mn4 /.owjimi **., ?t?t SmU Of Washington. INSURE HOUSES ANDOTHER PROPERTY AGAINST LOSS BY FIRE. DitiMoti. Geo. Shoemaker, !<amnel Redfera, Samuel Cropley, William Wiison, Richard Jones, John D. Barclay. Jacob Gideon, Andrew Rotlnrofl, Taos. Parker, Riahard Barry, B. B. French, Dr. V. W. Davis. No charge for Polioies. JAMES ADAMS, President. Ab?t. G. Davis. Secretary. an 9-eotro VaVY BLUE FLANNEL. Broadoloths, and Cassimeres; Army Hlne Flannels, Broadcloths, and Caisimeres, assorted qualities that can be relied on. Heavy Colored Blankets for oimp service. W ith all kinds of Dry Goods lor tne use of housekeepers. Carpets, Curtains, Oiloloths, Rugs, Ao? upper floors. One prioe only, marked in plain figures PERRY V BRO.. Pa. avenue and Ninth st, oo l7 5t "Perry Building." " A tJJL'A A SCUTU M CLOTHS," ( Water proof /X Repeliant Cloths,) for L,adie? and Gents' Autumn and Winter Wrappings, various shades, of the best auahtv. With all other kinds of Dry Goods for current dwly wants. One price only, marked in p'ain figures. All parcels for the interior properly packed, fr? e ofoharge. PERRY A BRO., Pa avenue and Ninth st, oo 22 6t Perry Building." II* TOPHAM'S VB PREMIUM TRUNK (HSU MANUFACTORY, 499 bivuith stueit, washihstoh, d. c. Silver Medal awarced hy Maryland Institute o Baltimore, Nov?ra!?er 1, 1?40. Alee, Medal by Metropolitan Mechanics' Institute, Washington, D. C., 1057, I am oonstantly making, and always have ei kaa4, of the best material, every description ? Fine Sole Leather, Iron Frame. Ladiet' Drees, Wood Box, and a * rw . inrnili PMliner, Carpet, ax4 CfciiTAi Traveling Baca, Sihooi Satonela, an* A* L#? Priets. Menbera of Congreas and travelers will please examine mj atook before purchasing eiaewhers Trunks that are made in other cities. Superior Leatner and Dress Trunka made to orrler. , , Trunka oorered and repvred at short notioe. Goods delivered free of charge to anylpart of the oil* ?orgetown, and Alexandria. JAMF.S 8.TOPHAM. NOTICE. STYLISH Autumn and Winter Wrappings for la '".*a, of qualities better than usually fun mi in this market, in Woolens and Silks Many novelties in Shawls. With ah kinds of Dry Goods for tne general and special wanta of iamiliea and houaekeepers. Oae prloft only, the aotua! oaah atandard value, maked in plain figures. OurJSorthern and Eastern correspondents send as new supplies daily. uarpeta, Curtains, UUolotha, Ruga, 4o., upper floor*. An inapeotion of atook im?liea no obligation to paroha'e. PERRY A BRO., oo 2-St Pa avenue and Ninth at. (ROUGHS, COLD*. HOARSENESS, Ao. TYLER'S COMPOUND SYRUP OF GUM ARABIC. This p!e?aant and popular Cough Remedr has bMQ so long known and ext-naively used that most persons have ueoomo fam'har with its extraordinary effioaor. It oan be had at all the prino pal drug atoree. at 3$ and 50 cents a bottle, oo l4-d3mft.eo4m> Grand ADVANCE OF THE army; but SMITH haa not advanced the price of tua Clothing which he haaiuat reoeired and n aellirg off at aaoh remarkable low prioea Give me a call and a&tiafr too reel vea of th? great birgaina that are now offered every dap at SMITH'S. No 460 Seventh at. oc 1 lm persons needing black goods A are aolioited to insp*et oar large and oomplete atook of.all the standard fabnoalor rooaming apJ*re . with all the minor requisites for persons la Aa inapootion of atook lnpliaa no obligation to purohaaa One prioa only, marked in plain fii area, perfloor** CurUin^MnUuiga^Ao., opFa. trail aa nod Ninth at, oo? M " Parry Bnil4in?." fJOMK-MADK MOOTS AND SHOES. Lamm'. Miana' and Childixn's Wia, if Axy?itix . n.? v. ft ? ?.. tx> HW#5fWra'iS!S troet. 001-la BDR JOHNSTON, ALTIMORK LOCK HOSPITAL, if?i dttt?irtd tk$ most Certain, Sfttdf mmd ?Uf Effectual Rtmtdf m tkt World, FOW. ALL DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. LET NO FALSE DELICACY PREVENT. APPLY IMMEDIATELY. A CUKE WARRANTED. OR NO CMAROM, IN FROM ONE TO TWO DAYS. Waaknssaaf 'Jj? Bail. Strictures, Afeeuons of tb* Bidh;> >i.d Blsddsr ^.ntKin Diacbarfee, l?pou?CT, Gsa r*l Debility, Nsr.?oosusss, ?>ysotpsy, Languor, C?ofMiaa ?rf Id*R*, Lew Spr.j, fv.ft'.iuou of eh* Hon, Timidity, Tremblings, Dtmn??? c' 8>jm or Giddineee, (Xmih of the tfscd, 'Oiroai, Noee or Skin, Aficumi at the Lours, I onaeti or 8?w?is?these Terrible Disorders arising front Solitary Habits of YkTIi?'Jilsl Dreadfal ai.d Dsstnictiss Prsctkss which rsodar Msrrlaf* Impost Ms, sad deetroy both Body and Mind. YOUNG MEN Especially who haae become ths tic urns of Bolt-ary Tlti, that drs? ifs! and dsstracure habu which iiwu ly swsepe i* .in*iy jtj'i tiiuaaauat c* imi| nun th* soil aialtad t*l*nt* and brilliant intalltet, wbo mifht ethtrwi** h*?a rit'anc*'! Ua'anang natat with the than 'ere of elogttence of wak?d to eeetacj tha liTing lyre, ma; call with rail c?c?<5?ce?. MARRIAGE. MaRRIBD Pleioin.wrToatijMin carlernplattaf Marna*a, being aver* of phyricel weakneaa, arfacia debility, deformitiee, Ac., aptadilr cured. Ha wbo placaa himeeif ander tha can of Dt. J. ma J reliriaaaly aonBde id hie bon >r as a gentleman aa< MoMeatly lalj apon bia (kill as a fhyaician. . OFFICE No 7 SOUTH FREDERICK ST. lift baud aid* go:ng froai Baliiraora atreet, a fa? door* from tb? e?rner. Fail not to cbaana uam* aud oarnoer Letter* out b* paid and contain a aump. JUR JOHNSTON, Mairbtraf tb* Royal College of Sarfrona, Lou dan, fredaa?a from ?ie M ihr moat cmnant College* tu tb* United Bute*, find (h* fi?at*r part of wrhoa* lifa ha* b**n *f>*i,t in the boapttal* of<~>i< Pari*, Philadelphia and liacwnir*, ha* eEectea aoma or :? oo?t aetonielnuf carte Uiat were utr knoara; uiaiiy uoobiaJ ?i'h ringing 10 the bead and eare when aaleep; great oiriountN, >eing alarmed at eadden aoeuda, baehfalneea with freqaent blaa'iiig, attended aomatiraaa with derangement of mind, vara eared mm?dutely. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE T#?'? I*"en a-d cto?n who h??a injured tkamaal*aa by a aartaHi ptae'j't [nflalred in vhan alone?a habit frequently laaruad from e?ii or at acbool, tie electa of vbicn ara nightly folt e*en ?f.fa aaleep, and if not cur ad. ranJara marriage impnaeibio, and aa?.ro_?? both wnd and bodt, ahocld ajply iniinediuelr Tout ara am a a of the aad and rne laochoi y electa predated by aarljr hatita of Weakneae of tlia B^ck and Lunbe, Paine in the Head, Pimneee of 8ight, Loaa of Moacsiar Power, Palpitation of uia Heart, Dyapepey, Neraoae irritability, Derangement of tba Digeati'e Function*, Ueneral DeHlity. Hyinptr>ma of Coneampticn, *c Ml<i1lLLT.-Tne foarful affect* m> the mind ara mash to bt dreaded?Loaa of Memory, Confoeion of Idaaa, Depreaeioo af Spirit*, KtiI Forrhoriinr*. A*<r*ton of Socitty. Baif-Diatrva;, I *- * of Solitade, Timidity, ate., ara aome of the aeila 0rorfuc?d. Ntnvori OcatLlTT.?Thoaaanda can naw)rdge what to the caaaa of their declining health, looing thair ?igor, l ecom log wink, p*it, orrvooa anc crrMCfstta, fi&viuf 4 infBiai gppitmct tboit ihi ijii, coofd or ifrujuwi of cmnapDISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. W bin <ha rniagaidtd and unpradant votary of planaar* Irdi hi hat im*<U>?d til* aa?d* of this painful dixaii, it to* oftao happana that a." {!' of ahaiu* or draad of diacovary datara him frota applying 19 thoaa who, from adoc?t?oo and ratp acubility, can alooa bafrMo" fr-ra^ Ha falia iota tba baud* of ignorant and dtiipnmg pratandirf ?V), in caput!# of cunnjr, fiicb bia pacumsry Bliftanca, (tap Sri"* tnlhuf month antr month, or *a long ia tna amalltat faa can bl iSUinad, and 10 daapatr laava nim with rainad haaltb to aljrfc o?ar nil ralltnf diaappoiatinonl; or by lb a uat of that daaaly peiaon?Mtrcury?hxatan tha coua'itational aymrtoiaa of tbia tarrihia (*ttai?a,ai>ch aa Affactionaof tha H?? rt. Tf roat, H?ad, km, *e.. pro#r*a?i?)f with frtf htfal rapidity, till daath pata a aariod to hia oraadtk. ttftrinrt by aandiuf hint ib*t aodiaeararad caanur from vomI Woart.t no traralar ratarna. DR. IflHNSON'S REMEDt FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS AND IMPOfSNCY. By tbia fraa.1 and important raready waakcaaa af IC< ??f ana an tpaadUy carad and fall ?ij?r raaioiad. Thoaaanda of tfti m< r arvAtia ini iaKilitaf ad vKa k mA ImI *11 kan m bail k??o immtdisttlr rtlitTtd. All imptduBtc'li la Muriip, Phytital ar Mtntal DiaqulLmi #f rr?r<iu<i F?vir. Hirvtu IrnUbtlilT. rtmkluif on< fMksm ar SiaiuUM af Ut maat fttrni kind ?p??ai!y cirti ENDORSEMENT OF 1 HE PRESS TUB Ml!<T TMOl'SAlVDi enr?d ?t this inatitauan withta Ui >ui TtntMn T?ar?, and lh? mniiraat iroparlarl al apar?u*ii? ptrrarmad b? Dr. Johmlao, vrjiaiaad by tn? lapantrt a/ lh?pap?r??na nun; olbar careana, natiCM at which b*T? appairad afa.n and again bafar* tha cablic, btI'du hu iiandiuf at a fiolUmaQ of ebaraciar and ropaotlI Mlijj, l? a ??aennt f atacf a f tha a>iettd. mar ij-lr J\rOTlCB. gMM? * ADAltlS' EXPRESS COMPAMY " Thi? Company off?r? to the public " Unequalled AdvnntArca'' for the Safe ?n<1 tiuick lucpa'oh of Heavy Freights Packa?es, Valuables, Money, Ao. Ao? to all parts of the United Htates. Expresses to and from the North and West depart from and arrive in Washington twice daily. All Expresses are in charge of txftrunttd and rthablt Mcssepgprs. All Packages tor The Soldiers carried at 'on half" our usual rates. All Goods for the so-called "Confederate State*" and all Articles " Contraband of War" Will be Rkfcsbd. Utu Expresses leave New York at 1,5, and 6 P. M ..^arriving in Washington at 6A. M and 6J0 Expresses leave Philadelphia at A. M. and 11 P. M.t arriving in Washington at eft) P. M, and 6 A.M. Expresses leave {Baltimore at 4 30 A. M. and 3 P. M., arriving in WasLington at 6 A. M. and 5 90 P. M. Expresses for all points North and West leave Washington at 7.30 A. M. and 2.30 P M. dativ, Special Contracts for arge quantities of Freight oau be made ou application to this < iffioe. All Goods sailed for and delivered frt* of Extra oharces. E. W. PaRSONS. Sup't Ad(.mi' Kxpreaa Company. Washington, Amuil 23. 1861. au g-tf Ywood ani> coal. OU Will eurely get your maney'i worth bf oailing at the PIONEER MILLS, fo*tkw?$i ear *if of Sivtmtk sir tit and Canoi, (GEO. PAGE, Agent.) Thsy eell cheaper and give b?tt?r meaaure than any other* in the oity?cat, lit, and delivered free of charge. If to* don t t elieve , i the Pioneer Mills a tna., and be aatitfien. MT-T i^OOTS AMD VO SBIV VII We are now manalaounng all kinds of BOOTS aad SHOES, and ooiatantly reoeinng laAg ?PP'X of eaatorn made work of every tie-SmN enyt'on. mads axpreaeLy to order, and wiilf } be told at a n.aoli lower priceuan has been* TVL heretofore charged in thia city for mtoh irierier artie ea. Persona in waul of Boota and Shoe* of eastern er ailj made work, wui a ?v find a cood auoruuea 1 ?tora ana at tfca ieweat pricee. wiveaaaoall. cvirPiki a. unit nmrrlli DBUn I r * ?? P?*r?*fi<? a.arts* A RMV SUPPLIES. A JUST RECEUED4?io?n? SAUSA6K Mk'AT, 340 cans FRESH TOMATOES, 48 ' cam FRF.SH VEAL. 36ii cans BEEF.a la modi, 240 cau? ROAST BEEF, 3fV cms FRESH MUTTON. MOoans BEEF and GRAVY, MOoani SOUPaod BOUILLI, ?'OMM FRENCH OE9SICATED VE9E TABLES. For sale at New York Factory prioat. RING & BIKCHELL, m < Corner I and Fifteenth ttreeU. HNEW BOOKS. I8TORY of the United .Ne'ier'.andf, by J oka uowroa money ; X to'*.; free b? mul, $ 4. The Rite of the Duwh Kepcbiie, a history, by John Lollirop Motiey; I voa :cioth; free by nail, Si 1m Marner, the Wearer of Ravelol, by Um author of "Adam Bed*, oioth 7ifr>enta; paper fo <MLi?e and Career of Major Andre, by Wintrop Sarreant; After Icebergs with a Painter, a Summer Voyage to Labrador and Newfoundland; by Rev Loan L. Nob e: flJO. The Manufacture of Photosemo or Hydro-Carbon Oils, by Thomas Antieeil, M. D.i $1.1a. Any of the above free by mail. FRENCH & R1CH8TE1N, a> 2S >17 ? Perna. avenee. |70R OFflCKRS AND feOLDIKKS-*?o* I skin Gauntlet*, several qualities. Heavy Grey Blaukats for Camp service. RlueCl tUiand Cas-iraeree various qualitiee. udi prioe onjT.marsea in fiain insures. We hIm> offer all kinds of fcrst-elaee t>rf Goods for the jeaera! atd ?^toi*JwMUof fkjnilMe and housekeepers. ? PERRY ? t?RU, Pa avenue and Ninth st, ool9-St "Perry Buildim." vvE iarce assortment of BOYS' SPRING CLOTBIN 6, e n? brae in* all stiles of low-jrioad, medium, and fine qualities, whioh .tre ara telling * t vary low ?rtoM for <*?^LL pxEPHENB * CO., I 3aa Pa. a*., between 9th and 10th sta. mt> flnf Uuwe^r and R??sblioaa-> A AT THE OLD PAWN OFFICE, A Fk - 3 ? ?. - - TI.vw/'.TV" '** 9 ^ Most liberal tdvuMa made on Gold m?* Tilmr Watchee, Di^non Je??VbuTStwaS.cio?? leg, Pistol*, and ail kinds of &et chanuiee. Mnieneee atrMtjr confidential. a.l-,m'8AAC H1 RZB^RwQ^a^^ rent wnou of One pnoe only, the aetuat OMh etaadard niM, m&rkej la plain i-rHVk BROTHER, oc Pa. awrM?aad Ninth * THE PEOPLE'S CLOTHING 8TORR?No, 400 Sereoia H. owMie r?M Omms ??l la HELMBOLD'S GEM INE PREPARATION. " HIGHLY CONCENTRATED'* Compound Fluid Extract Bnchu, A Fotittr* a*d Spict ht KtnmAf For Dihum of U? BLADDER, KIDNEYS. GRAVEL. ip4 MOTPICAL SWELLING*. tht* Mcdiein? ibcmwi tha powar of DiimUoi , a-.d ftseitoa th? luoiiiiin la to uboi, br whioh the watkKT ok c?lc??oi:? dapoai iou. aad a:I nnunAt inL'KObm ara r?daord, a? well a* pa in *>t> imlihmatioii, aad u goad MEN, WOMEN. OK CHILDREN. HELMBOLDS EXTRACT BUCHU For WrUsN'M Amine from Kxn-inoi, Habita of Pi?tyU?, Karly l'di?cr tin* ?>r A'bm. Attendtd iritktke Following Sfrnf tprnt : Indi?position to Kxfrtlon, Lom of Pnvr, I ' of Memory, Difficulty of Rraatkiai? \V??k N-rreo, i TremL .Bg* H^rrorof Din-?'?. W?keMMh Dimness of Vi?.on, Pam in th* flack, Umviria Laantudeof tb* Mmcuiu SutMR, Hot Ha .d?, h iu?t'inf of tbe l\ Ay. Dryne-i >>f the ^*k<n. Kraptiona on ikt Fiof, PliLiD ror!*TKJI**CE. Thes? limit. ms. li a o*?d to ro on. whlak tfcla .1 - ? nicuiv.Ho imni ift'-i) irm iv-i, n\ n IO IOVI I.M POTENCY. FATLITY EPILEPTIC FIT?, In one of vktck Ike Patten mijr Er^irt. Who mo tajt .at the* are cot fe?ueatlr fallowed by those "piEircL m?EASi*,M INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION." Man? are a?a "f the r%u?enf their f*ri*c? BCT HOHB W : LL CUNrkU. THE RF.COH D8 or THE INSANE A J* Y LI MS And ike Melrnntholt Dmiki by ('nmmiM, 1U1 AMPLE witness to the TIFTk Of Til THE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED WITH ORGANIC WF,AKNKSS, Require* the aid or medicine to atreBfttoM aad Isngorate the gyrtaau whioh IIELMBOLD'9 EXTRACT BL'CHU ?B?wie*i|r dm* A TRIAL WILL COKV1RCB TBI MOST MLCTTICAU FEMALES- FEMALES-FEMALES, OLD 8? A917,06L,^AlVi;it?- ?? In Mnny Affectiont Peculiar t? Frmmltt the Extract Boobn i? nnM??Jl*4 brur other rw?f*1y, u in CkloroMi or Ketoftttoii, IrT'planir, P?infn.n?B?, or J*upprM?:on of Cntlonifcrt Ktmuatiuri. t loemoo or Bohirroaa stato of tk* Uuru>. Leuoorrhe? or WhitM, Btoulity. *.? for ail oowpitinu moiaect to toe mi, wu?um triemg from Indisoret.ion. Habit* of Dimpatioa, or ta DECLINE OR CHANGE BF LIFE I SSI SYMPTOMS A son. NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT. Takr no mo*t Balram, Mercwrf, or Vnplo?mmi Medicine for Unrltamnt mnd Dssftrm WMSIM. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHV cuaae SECRET DMEAIE8 Id all their Stages; At little Lxpeoee. Little or no change in Diet: No inoonTenienoe; And no kxpotmre. It oauses a f>e%u nt desire aud gives strength to Vrioat*, thereby Removing c?b?t. uotiona. Preventing and Curing Stricture* of tfce Urethra. Allaying fat* and in flam nation, to frequent in the claae of disea*?a. and -urittrg miI Poutmous, lHitand, and worm out Matter. TBOC9&NM CPOS TUOl'liKDi WHO HATE BEEN THE VICTIMS OF QUACKS, and who tare paid tuary f*t> to be eared w a ikort time, have f jund th?y were deoaivrti. and Mtat U? 'roieos" n&?, by the oae of "powtrful ninaiMli" been dried op in the ay stem, to break oat la an aggravated form, and PERHAPS AFTER MAJLRIAOM, U?" H KLMBOLD*8 EXTRACT BUCflU all affection* and diaeaa*a of tM URINARY OE8AM, "PHYSICIANS" PLEASE "NOTICE." WE IAII "?0 S?rnnr" or "iNSESMBirTt." HKLMBOLITS hXTRACT BUCHU noompoMtdof Buchn.Cu *jj<* Jampw Bern?, saleeievl witii |fMt cam hj a oompataai dru?(isL. PREPARED lit VACUO, BT H T. HELMIOLD, Practical and Analyt'oaj^rhenuat. ud Sola MmHELM BOLD'8 GENU DTI PREPAID TI0H6 AFFIDAVIT. Personally arpaarxa i?iora iu? an A d?rmi of the oity of hh- a?Jc;phia, H. 1. Elunili, who being duly awe n, (lota ?ay hie iiMiittMt eoa tain no naroot o, uo meroun.ot uihet Ukjtriotf HELMPULO. ?w?3i?8r* Aid*. dm. Nlatt eC.a-ore Km^TUim, PHYSICIANS IN ATTENDANCE FROM B A M TO 8 P. M. Prlco SI por Wttlt, or ill tor 91, DoUrorod to My MidrM, Miralir puM ftsa obMtnuoa. Addr?M lottoi for infomaboe ia iiwHbm to B. T. HELM BOLD. CUmitt, Do jot, lot Boot* Twtk at., bolov ChMtatt, PkUa. SEW ARB OP COUNTSBPBXTS AND VNPKINCItLMD DMALMBB vko ?MlHror to dif ? "of UmwrnT m4 '*ot*or ktiolm oa tko nhMmi Mtuan to Humb?ld'$ OtMtM Pitpmimtimi, " toMfartib, t< m Imtprtmid Bom iui k Bold by ft. B. Wajtb, Z. Ik BlUUJU J?ui Wilm. & C. Pou, s. B. invinu, B C. Major, Kibwell * Unnci, 4. R. Itw, AND ALL DM V&9ISTS ITIKYWHXMM. ASK FOR HXLMBOI+* TAJCX SO OTHSR. CM Ottlttt UTKtUNMl wl Mrt to H. AND AVOU) IVPOBiriON aa* UPONtft. Dttfrth* Symptom* tu +fl mV\\~ 0matBMl~4: *' ' mm} ? whether existing in MALE OR riVlLKi from whatever oaaee oncieatiaf ud no laattw of HOW LONG STANDING. Diaeaeec of theee Orftoi repair* tk (ft DlvmsTic. HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHV 18 THE GREAT DIURETIC, and it it oe tain to have the deaired efiect la * ?? ?? * i ii ii amammmA+A VfWCB J VT *? ??- T ?vv?.w...??, VIDBHCB or THB MOST BBSFOBSIBLB An BBLIABLE CHABACTBB will aoocmp&ny the medtoiBM. CERTIFICATES OF CURE*. r rt>ra i to voj mr* auatlac, with Nam** known to SCIENCE AND FAME. ? !*? ?

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