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

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 9, 1864 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR OFF1G IAL. Wmr D'parmtni, Adjutant General's Office, > Wuhington, April 7 lboi. $ W?i Orders, So. 111.?(Extract.)?<8. ^Tpou tk? recvmmf Dilation of the Military Commis sion, Instituted by Special Orders No ?3, series ?f IW3, irom this office, First lieutenant John Jones, 2d Battalion Veteran Rese'.ve Corps, dismissed by Special Orders No. 1'j3, March J, 1064, from this office, U hereby restored to his command, with pay from the dr.te at wbl^h ha tejoins hi* regiment for dnty, provided the va cancy has not been filled. * * # # By order of the Secretary of War. E. D. Tows?K*n, Assistant Adjutant General. Wet Entitled to Pay. War department, Adjutant GentraVt Office, 1 Washington, March 1, 18ol. J Circular So. 21.?'The following extract from fl*r?r*l Order? No. 21, dated War Department, J?mly 8% K53, !? furnished for tbe information ana guidance oi all coucerned: Tbe following regulations have been received from the War Department, and are published to the Army. Soldiers confined by civil authority are not entitled to pay during such confinement, un less discharged therefrom without trial, or by trial and acquital; and commanders of com panies and detachments are required to state explicitly upon the muster-rolls of their com yanks or detachments the period of snch con finements and whether the soldiers so confined were discharged without trial, and, if tried, whftlier they were acquitted or convicted. E. D. TOWN8BWO," Assistant Adjutant (j-eneral. Quotas of Department*. Wat Department, Adjutant General's Office, > Wcshiiujt-yn, March, y, IsrfJl. \ Cirtuler, So. 23.?Under the provisions of Oeneral Orders, No. 91, current series, from this office, relative to enlistments from the Army into the Navy, the following quotas are assigned the Departments herein enumerated, as follows: Department of the East..,.. .3,000 Middle Department 1,500 Department of Virginia and N. Carolina.. 1,500 Department of Washington 2,500 Department of the Susquehanna... 2,'*io Department of tbe Mo^ongahela 500 Northern Department 1,000 Total ,...12,000 Commanding Generals of Departments will communicate with the Navy Department, an 1 cause tbt men selected for transfer to be sent to the designated stations in such numbers ag may be fixed by the Secretary of the Navy. W. A Nichols, Assistant Adjutant General. |^B. WIS TAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHBRRY' DR WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. SB WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. DB WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. BR WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. EE. WISTAR'S BALSAM CF WILD CHEERY. ONE OF THE OLDESI ASD MOST RELIABLE REMEDIES IS THE WORLD FOR ?oouhs. colds whooping cough, kron- ; ^ I CHITIS, DIFFICULTY 0? BREATHING, i APTHMAV HOARSENES9. SORB j THROAT, CROUP, AND 1 IVIRY AFFECTIOM or THB THROAT, LUNGS, AND CHEST. ?1 STAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY ?# no/ dry up a couth and leave the needs of eon Hrmrtion m the system, but loosens it and deanse* (A* lungs of all impurities. VtooiO. A. BANKVART,Dia?r.lt. Hirbibbcko, April26, 1860. " If my testimony can add to the popularity of Wistab'b Balsam of Wild CHiaar for coughs, soldi, and pulmonary affections, I cheerfully grant yot? the use of my narns, as its efficacy was fairly UiVd in my own ease a little over a year ago? a bottle of it having cured me of a severe C<nmk and fntttmonia, which I then contracted." Ths genuine always tears the signature of " I BUTTS." For sals by J.P DINBMOBS.Hfl. i9t Broadway, New York W, FOWLE A CO., No. 15 Trsraont street, Boston. And by all Druggists. fe F'-:awv: | TMTED STATES INTERNAL REVBNUB. ANNUAL TAXES FOB 1560. The attention of tax payers Is hereby ctiled to the provisions of the Cnit-d States Excise Law re lative to tbe assesmsnt of annatl tacss By the eixth section of ths act of July 1.1962, it la made the duty of all persons, partner!hips, firms, associations, or corporations, made llabeto aof annnaldotv license or tax, on or before the first Honday of May intarh year, to make a list or return to the A-mtan* Ass-ssor of toe District where located of tbe amount of annual income, the arti He* or o*>Jerta charged with a special tax, and the business cr occupation liable to par any licence, Bvtry person who shall fail to maae such return by the day rpeeifled will re liable to be assessed by ths Assessor according to the best information wbieh h? can obtain; and ia such case ths Assessor is requireo to add tiftr per oentum to the amount of tbe item 1 f such list Every peifton who shall deliver to an Assessor ary tales or fraudulent list or statement, with in tent to evade the va'nation or enumeration requir ed by law is ?ubj< ct to a fine of Ave hundred dol Jmu. std in such case the list will be made oat by tfeAssees- r or Assistant Assessor,and from ths valuation and enumeration so made there can be no appeal. Payment of the annual taxes, except those for licenses, will not be demanded until the dtth day of Juu* The appropriate blanks on wbiah to make 1 retn c. ana ail necessary information will be fur- ' n>ihedby the Assistant Assessors at their several ; offices, herein earned, between the hoars of three , enu Ave o'clock p. m.. dsily, to wit: George O B Mitchell, Issessir No. I oomsr Penrsylvania avenue and Fifteenth street ?e;t Thomas B. Alarcne, Assessor No 2.411 Eighth , street west. Heory Lylei. Assessor No. 3,144 Eighth str^t west B. E. Ferguson, Assessor No. 4, 411 Eighth street west. e George Co Hard, Arsetsor No. 8, corner Fourth ' street and M street south Qe<_r?e H Larcombe, A?iess..r No. 6,w I 0 street j south. Tsomss Ornse. Assessor No. 7. 100 B idge street, Georgetown. And at the office of the undersigned,"between the hoars 1 f 9 a. m., a- d 5 p m The returns -hi uld be dslivered on or bsfore the first day of May, 13(1. P M PEARSON, Asresror for the District of Columbia, feJ7 eow4t No 444 6tbst west, near ?*. av. rpHE UNDERSIGNED, CITIZEN8 OF WASH- ! A ington, having used the remedy of C. Keenan, j No. 519 I stree.. between 6th and 7tb str. eta, ; for tbe cure of Inflammatory Rheumatism, have | no hesitation in saying that we are satisfied it is j one of great valut-to all afflicted with this most painfnldisease. We therefore cheerfully recom itsnd it. WH. C. MAGKE. E, bet. 12th and 1.1th, MARY NEWTON. 4th, bet. O aa-i II. MABOARKT A. MITCHELL, GRACE H I'RDLE. I. bet. 19tii and 2?rh, ROBERT WAKREN, 7th, bet. K and L. S>h 21-eolm' fCRNITURC. gk TIT rUENITURE. OAK AND WALNUT OFFICE TABL1B. ABM OHA1B8. COCOA MATTING. BXTBMBIOB DINING TABLES, POTTAGE BBT8, kc,*e. We havs on hand at our Ware Booms le the rear of the A notion Booms), a large stoek of the above, tege^ksr with a gsaeril ?ssortmeut of HOUBBHOLD FOBNITUBB, Which wet are determined to eloee oat at ? very mall edvanee for cash. 100 PATENT ARMY U0TT8. ? W. L WALL A CO., south ooraer Ninth and Pena. avo. Ie? IQhrouiee.] ? L'""' un.i b,",! I The aaderaigned have ou hand and for sale,Frssh ! Vum4 Potomac Lime, at their Ulna, oa Coca Jl* *D 4 DOWX1 | WAITING DBbEB. PORTFOLIOS, PEN- j ? kntvsa, Photograph Albom#.Ohesjaen,0!ises j Dosrds, Backgammon Boards, Gold Peng, India . Bather reaslle, Poekst Books, Menoraadaos Beofca. Laaetteg. PlarlM. Ae., Ac tor sale at the Mff Prim'' TAYLOB. j OFFICIAL. War Department,* Adjutant frtn+rait OMct, \ Wttirnfflen, Matrh It, 18G4. > Ail applications for leaves of absence or per mission to visit Washington most be addressed to Major General Halleck, Chief of Staff, and most specify the business for which the officer desires the permission. Telegrams addressed direct to the Secretary of War on this subject will receive no attention. By order of the Secretary of War: E. D Towmihu. Assistant Adjutant General Headquarter* Military District of Washington, ) Washington, D. O., February 16,18<M. f General Orders No. 5.?CoL T. Ingraham, 38th Massachusetts volunteers, is hereby detailed as Provost Marshal of the Military District of Washington. He will be respected and obeyed accordingly. By command of Brig. Gen. Martlndale. Johh P. Shbbbornb, fe 10-tf Assistant Adjutant General. Passes ts Visit the Army st the Pstsmae. 1. Applications must be made at the office of MajerXonis H. Pelouze, No. 203 F street, be tween 17th and 18th streets, between 11a.m. and 1 p. m., except Sundays. Major Pelouie is authorised to sign the passes. 2. If not granted at the office of Major Pe louze, the decision is final, and no reference need be made at the War Department. 3. Passes cannot be given to females to visit the army. By order of the Secretary of War. E. D. Towwmwd, Assistant Adjutant General. DENTISTRY. ^REAL DISCO VERMIN DENTISTRY. Teeth. Extracted tcithout Pvin with the MthriU of _ ,, . , Oxyntn. 1 WOOld advise all portions having tenth ti ox tract to call at Dr. LEW1E'8 office, and have them taken out by this new J and harmless process. Also call and'* examine the Doctor's new a*d im proved mtthod of Inserting Artificial Tee Mr If you otce see the great improvement in his teeth you will fcave them in no otter style than tnls new and valuable one. No. 442, Pa. avenue, between 12th atd 13th streets. nov!3 8. R. LEWIE. H. D , Dontiat. MT E F T H ? LOOMIS, M. D .the Tuveutor and Patentee of tfeeMINKRAL PLATE TEETH, at tends personally at his office in this city Many persons can wear these'. te<>th who cannot wear others, and no person can wear others who caanot wear th<;se. Persons calling at my office can be accommodated wlih any style and price of Teeth they may desire, but to those who a re particular and wish the purest, cleanest, rtrongest. and most perfect denture that art can produce, tbe MINERAL PLATE will be mere fuI y wari anted. * ho* ms n this ci'y?No .1.1** Pennsylvania avenue between 9th and !0th streets. Also, 207 Arch st,, Philadelphia, mar4-ly PERSONAL. LADIES, Of' LY LOOK AT THIS I?We are now prepared to do any kind of Embroidery by skil ful hands, on such terms that cannot fait to lattsfy. We Co your Stamping in elegaot style, and no bot'.hiMg, and wish it to be understood that we are not com eoted with any other place of tba kind in the city, where Stamping la advertised. BSTOur ?lace is 3P1 F street, opposite the Patent Office jpt ook out that you do not mistake tbe street. We daily receive new Patterns tor Braid and Emhroi dery Ju't out, and stamp yoa? goods while you wait Maohlne Stitching neatly i!qds. fe 18 Potted States 10-40 Loan* JAY COOKE & CO., 441 Fifteenth Street, Kkcbjvs Sdbsoriftioss roa tkk ? NEW NATIONAL LOAN avithoriied by act of March 3, l$$4, and known as TEN.FORTY BONDS, beicg redeemable at the pleasure of the Govern meDt, after ten year*, and piy^oie forty years from Gate in C6in, Waring Interest at FIVE PER CBN C A YEAR, payable on bonds no over fin*) annually, and on large bonds semi-annually, IN COIN. The COUPON iiOfcJDS will be issued in f K>0, f.y>0, and fl,O00. The REOISTERKD BONDS will be issued in fV), 1100 fl,rro fi 000, and f lO.OMO. Those are the only gold-bearing securities of the Government now procurable at par, and, yielding tlpreiect value of coin OVER K1GHI PER OENT PER ANNUM, offer a very desirable investment for large or small sums. We Bny and Sell, at market rates, GOVERNMENT BONDS, OF ALL ISSUES, TREASURY NOTES, CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS, and COIN, and pay the highest prices for QUARTERMASTER'S CERTIFICATE CHBOKB. mh 29-tf "Jay COOKE fc CO. X1 11. WOODWARD'S* LIVKRY, SALE AND 11 . HIRING STABLES, No. 47 North Strkst. Baltimorb, Near Saratoga Street. at'., par HOR8E8, CARRIAGES, HARNESS, Ac., pur chased and sold on commission. Tbe subscriber offers his services to the public, which from long experience and extensive acquaintance Drives him superior opportunities. Particular at-? tention given to the selection of Saddle and Har ness Horses. Persons wishing horses shipped in any direction by sending them to my address m*y relv upon having them-promptly attended to with out the personal attention of the owner, thereby saving tuemselves much time and trouble. Refer to W. D. Wallach, Proprietor Washington Ptar; Dr. John Gregson, Veterinary Surgeon; Samuel T. Houston, Quartermaster's Department. nih 26-tf WIlITK VIRGIN WAX OP ANTILLES?A new " French Cosmetic for beautifying, whitening, and preserving the Complexion. It is the most wonderful compound of the age. There is neither chalk, jjowder. magnesia, bismuth, or tale in its composition, it being composed entirely of pure Virgin Wax?hence its extraordinary qualities for preserving the skin, making it soft, smooth, fair, and transparent. It makes the old appear young, the bomnly, handsome; the handsome, more bean tiful. and the most beautiful divine. Price 25 and 50 cents. HUNT'S BLOOMOF ROSES, a most perfectcolor for the cheeks or lips, does not wash off or injure the skin. Price 25 cents and $1. HUNT'S COURT TOILET POWDER, for whitening and preserving the skin. Price 26 aud 50 cents. Manufactured by HUNT A Co., 41 South Eighth street, Philadel phia. None genuine unless the name of '? Hunt A Co " is blown on the bottles. For sale at A. CROYEAU'S. IT1 Baltimore street, Baltimore, and W. B. ENT WI8LE, corner Twelfth street and Pennsylvania ave.. Washington D. C. spl 3m (v BAV1L ROOF B! e_EAV?L BOO* B 11 H 0. WILSON AGO., successors to J f. Walker A Bon, Washington D. 0., manufacturers of IM PROVES FIRE and WATER PROOF FELT, 01 MBNT and GRAVEL ROOFS. Office?161 Bd street, below Pa. avenne. Orders may be left at offlee Mutual Insuranoe Company, 7th street and Louisiana avenue, or addressed to Post Office Sox 634. All work executed promptly and on the most reasonable terms, and warranted. Repairs made promptly mb ll-Sm* M ASSEY COLLINS A OO.S PHILADELPHIA DRAUGHT ALE AND PORTER. 1 am now receiving large quantities of DRAUGHT ALE and PORTER from this oelebiated Brewery, wbioh I am prepared to furnish on short potice to ail persons who will favor me with their orders. Satisfaction guarantied. Orders given to my drirers will be premptly at tended to Goods delivered In all parts of Washington and Georgetown, free >tcharge. TermsGsj* an delivery. RILEY A SHIMN, Agent. Union Botihnt Depot, 67 Green St., ap 5-tf Georgetown. D. 0. M ONEY1 MON1YI MONEY M. K. WALSH A CO., LICENSED PA WNBROKERS, A ? No. 2y9 0 street, between 3ttf and 10th sts.. Near the Varieties. Money advanced on Gold and Silver Watches Diamonds, Ladies and Gentlemen's Wearing Ap parel. Ac Jto. ts ll-3m j^IV YORK AND WASHINGTON STEAMSHIP COMPANY, The Screw Eteamshlp* BALTIMORE. SALVOR. EMPIRE, JAMES 8. GREEN, ABO FAIRBANKS ?)mpese Ue line of this eompuy. leaving foot Wall street. New York, and foot High street, Georgetown, every Wednesday aad Saturday. * MORGAN A RHINBHART, Agta , ftlMB tcot High st.. Georgetown. THE CONFIDENTIAL GUIDE. 1 ^ A TreMite ey" SemUalWtaknssi." Old. yosag, married and single, will lean some thing of importance by perusing this work. Ladies wiu also learn somethUig to their advaa tage by pemidng * The Confidential Gaide." Seat to any address, In a sealed envelope, on the tec?fpt of tea eesta end rms red stamp. A/drees DE A. LAFi'NTAlE, delAlm'dAv Bcrl .c. M???. PROPOSALS. I^RDHAMOJ! OFFICE, \J Vil Dbfartmkvt, Washin?>tom, April o, ISM. Pealed Proposal* will be received at this Depart ment until 4 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday, the 4th day of May, lfKt.foctne delivery of all the Wrought Iron Plates and Bars as hereinafter specified, ne ce?sary to build the following Carriau-s : For 16 inch Ouns. 7u Barbette Front Pintl?. 3> Barbette Center Pintle, For IP-inch Guns. 150 Casemate Carriage!. 2W Front Pintle Bar Dei te. For 8-inch Guns, 7o Front Pintle Barbette. The parts required for Wrought Iron Barbette and Casemate Carriages are as tollows : fOB TOP CARIMAGK. Check-Plates, Braces, Caps, Shoes, Transoms, Guide Hooks, Guide Hook Bar, Trunnion Beds, Angle Shapes. Bolts. C1IA8SIS, FRONT AND CENTER PINTLB. Rails, Rail Plates, Rail Chords, Rail Braces, Transoms, Angle Iron Floor Cleats. Pintle Tran soms, Transom Washers, Axle 8hapes, Fork tsbapea. Uurters, Chassis, Step, Assembling Bolts. casemate carriage chassis. Parts named before and rail top bars. The numbtr and dimensions of the iron plates and bars for each carriage to be as specifiel in tbe bills of iron in ordnance memoranda No. 6. copies of which can be obtained upon application at Wat erto- fn. Frankford or Alleghauy Arsenals,the New York agency, or at this office. Printed schedules, containing the numberof platesand bars required, can be obtained at the abovo named places. On these bidders will state the price at which they propose to manufacture each part, in the manner therein prescribed. The iron to be used In the manufacture of the plates and bars to be as follows ; ROI.LKD IRON. Check-Plates and Rail-Plates of medium quality of iron, fibre iu direction of length, tenacity not less than 4S.000 lbs per square inch. Transoms all to be of best quality charcoal flange iron, fibre in direction of length, tenacity not less than 48.'**' lbs per square incn. Trunnion Beds to be of best quality of charcoal iron, tenacity nut less than lbs per-quare inch. Checks, |Braces. Hurters, and Counter-hurters, all t? be of good medium iron. Tenacity not leis than 48,0W lbs per square inch. Rails. Rait Chords, Chassis Braces. Caps and Shoes, and Angle Iron, to be of good quality of well refined fibrous iron. Tenacity not less than 5iy*K> lbs per square inch. Axles for S-ineh and 10-inch carriages, and all Traverse Wheel Journal*, to be of best charcoal fibrous iron. Tenacity not less than S5,M) lbs per square inch. All Bolts and Rivets to be of bestcharcoal fibrous iron. Tenacity not less than 5S,!>0') lbs per square inch. ? HAMMERED IKON. Axles for Ifl-inch Carriages, and all Fork Shapes, and Tongues for Casemate Carriages, to be of the bestcharcoal iron. Tenacity no less than pi unds per square inch. Bidders will specify the date at which they can commence deliveries, and the rate at which they can deliver each part thereafter. No bids will be received except from parties actually engaged in the manufacture of this or similar kind* of work, and who can bring ample evidence that they have in their own shops all the machinery and appliances for turning out the full amount of work a1- specified by them. Bidders will be required to furnish proper sure ties for the proper performances ?>1 the work, and will enclese, with tn>'ir bids, the w rittt-nacknowl edgements of their suretie? over their own signa tures Kach party obtaining a contract will be required t'i enter into bonds with approved- sureties tor its faithful execution. Upon the award being mnde, successful bi Hers will be notified, and furnished with forms of con tract and bond The department reserves the ritrht to reject any or all bid*, if not deemed satisfactory. Proposal" will be addressed t*> " Itriga 1 ir Gen eral George D. Kamsav. <'hief of Ordnance. Wash ington, I) C .'"and will be endorsed' Proposals for wrought iron plates and bars for iron gun car riage* " GEO. 14. KAM>AV, ap tj-td Brigad ier General, Chief of Ordn incc. J>ROPOSAL8 JrOR POTATOES. Officbof DkpotCommissaryofSussistencb ( a . Washington D. O.. April 5,18U4. Scaled Proposal* are invited in duo icate, by tne undersigned -.t No. U-J3 O street. Wa-"uag,?>n, D. C,, UDtil AV ETNKSDAY. Ap; ii 1.3 f8)4, at 12 o'c oc i m . for tur? i*h-ing the Unted S'at*'* 8'i'isi wltu 1 FN THOUSAND HUSHEWDP POTATO*, to be Cel'vered in W asbiegton or Georgetowi, D C ,or Alexandria, Va., the Potatoes to be of good mercban *bid 4,1,1 "obj et to inspection j st before They are received The bidder mi-t fpecifv i?> bid whethtr n? proposes to deliv-r la barrels, in sacks o" 8 received for quai.tities less than a Whole. The oath of allegiance mast mpany each hid. unless the bidder h?s already fl!' d t.:u sa ik- in this office Each bidder mast be present to res pint to bis bid. and the Government reserves the rigut to reject any bid for any eau?e. Payment will be made in certificates of indebted ness, or such t ther funds as tbe Government may have for disburseoaent 8. 0. G RKEN E, ap.7-td Captain and Com. Snti V il, > WASHINGTON ARSENAL. Washington. D U., March 26, l8fH. Propohals will be received until April lu at this Arsenal, tor furnishing the following oi-'lldi g ma terials deliverable at the Wharf at soutbea't ang.e of Arsenal grounds ; 391 lellow Pin- Piles, middle diameter one foot ranging in length from 20 to 30 feet, as follows : 90 Pil* s. 2 to 23 feet, ldo Piles, ?4 t-o 27feet. 2S5 Oak Pile", middle diameter one foot, ranging In length ,rom 25 to 50 feet, as follows: 90 Piles, 28 to 7i feet, 78 Piles, 30 to 32 feet, 56 Piles, 53 to 35 feet 16 Piles, 3*5 to 40 feet, 2i file*, 80 feet. 4,'H>j running feet Oak Stringers, middle diamater one foot, to eut >2 feet, faced on one side. 2,000 running feet Oak Stringers, same as above, round. 4,<flo running feet Oak Stringers, middle diameter one foot, ?o cut 26 feet, louna 3oo running feet square Oak Timber, 1 foot x 1 foot, to cut&; feet. 16,000 superficial feet of two inch Oak Plank, to cut 18 feet, being 3o,ir0 lumber feet. Small legs for cribbing and flooring, diameter 5 to 8 inches, and to cut 8 feet long, enough tp cover 42.400 superficial feet, being, say, 90.800 ninning feet, or 11,350 sticks )l feet Ion?, or 177 c-?rda of wood Proposals will specify at what time deliveries will be completed. J. G. BENTON, _mh % 13t Captain Oommauding. / kBDNANCB OFFIOlT vF W*b DieaaTMBST, Washington, D. C, March M 1384, Sialbd Peopohalh will he received at this offi ?e until WBDNXBiu&Y, April 17th, at 4 p a> , for lOiPOaetaof Infantry Aeooatremente. calibre18, to be delivered in the following quantities at tie undernamed Arsenals, vis: a .t 00 sets at the New York Arsenal, Governor's Island. M,(W) sets at the Frankfort Arsenal, Brldesbarg. 30/?) ?? ? Alleghany ?' Plttibn'g, Pa. 21.000 " ? St. Louis " Bt Louis, Mo. The*? accoutrements ere to be made in strict con fortuity with the new pattern sets to be seen at tne Alleghany, Mew York. Frankford, St. Louis, Water vliet, ^atertown, and Washington Arsenals, ail the Springfield Armory. Thar are to be ?abjact to inspection at the Arsenal where delivered, before being received for ihe Government. None are to be acceptcd or ptid for bnt sueh as are approve! upon inspection. The belts t? be of grained leath er, and ail the stock to be tbe besto?k tanned* The shoulder belt will be included in the ?at. .Deliveries must be made in lots of not less than I one-fifteenth (1-16) per week *f the whole numb-r i contracted for; thai first delivery to be mala on the j list day of May I Failure to make deliveriea at a specified time will robjeet the oontractor to a forfeiture of the number he may fail to deliver at that time. The accoutrements must be bozel in the u^ual manner; tbe boxes to be charged at coat, to be de ; termined by the inspector. Bidders will atate explicity the Arsenal or Arae ; nals, where the) propose to deliver, and the nun . bers ef se's th?y propose t? deliver at each pia je, if for more than one I No bids will be considered from parties othsr 1 than regular manufacturers, and such as are kioea I to tfcis Department to be fully competent to en cute in their owa shops the work pron?*?d f >r ; Should sni party obtaining a cootrait offer awiu trements other than those made in bis own snoos 1 they wi 1 be rejected, and'the con.r?ct rendered null and void Bid lei a will enclose with, their bids the written acknowledgments cf their sureties over their own signatures Each party obtaining a contract will be obMg td to enter into bond with apnroved sureties for its faithful execution * Upon the award beicg made, successful bidders will be notified, and furnished with forms of con tract and bond. The Department reserves the ritht to reject any or all bids,'if not deemed satisfactory Proposals will be addressed to "Brigadier Gene ral Gwrn D. Bamsay. Ohief of Ordnanoe, Waah ingto%D.C ," and endorsed 'Proposals for Infan try A&fcntremcnts '' GBOBGI D. BAM8AT. mh Brig. Gen.. Chief of Qrd aance qOABHIBMABTBR BOMVIOB, V/ DBPOT Or WABHIHOTOk varuT u* ?? gDBiavivi. Wtuhingum^ U. C? January 4,1884, Men " " er.Otor I rw aewnf svwi we? wasewwy w ( iwi f All defers in Diun, Hardware, Lumber Leath r. OMot Furniture .Harness, and Saddlery, are re quested to send to this office, on tbe MOnDAT of proposal or list. t?t dupltrau. of ?e prepared to Hirnish to this M, with the prioe of eaoh mark in that, in case the exigenclM each week, a sealed . the articles they are Denot at si ort notice _ _ ea ub piain figures so that, in ease the exigencies of the servioe r.equlre It, the arti-le or articles caa be obtained without delay, and at the loweetprice. Dealers wishing to sell to this Denot will (? re Iulred to furnish the list punctually every Mon ey morning. D. H. BUOKM, Brigadier General and Ohief Quartermaster, . )ai tf Depot of Washington. 3,000 HORSBS WANTBD. Was Dbpabimsht, Oavalbt Bnun, 1 Offios or Oaier Qoastsbm i-tTsa, } WAdHiaoToa, D 0 , March 8, igj? I One hundred and forty-seven (#147) dollars per head will he paid fox all CAVALRY HOBOES delivered within the next thirty < so idsys at the Government Stables at Giesboro, D 0 l i 1 than Ave li) nor more ! Bald horses to be eound in all particulars, not leae than nino <91 years old; fr >ra 14>? to 16 hands high, full tfesh^d.cd-neeotlf built, bridle wise^ano of alee suffloienf for cavalry par 9?Tlutt sptrifixtions will bi strictly adlu-td 'o ind rigidly mforttd in tvtry partieultxr. Payment made on delivery of ten(l(<) and over. Honrs of inspection VsiN U " " mhS SOt Llent Colonel and Ohief Uaartermaster, Cavalry Bureau. 1.400 j k* forwrrt* street wiOtstl, PROPOSALS. TJHOPOEAL8 FOB STSAM PUMPS, BOILER?, i AND PIPE. Cbibp^dartkrmasteh's Orr!CE, ) DlCPOT OP WASHINGTON. } _ .... Washington, D. C., April 1, 18M.\ Proposals will be received at this offi e untu Monday, April llth. 1*64. st 12 o'clock m.. for nel'very at Gf Street Wharf, or Baltimore and Ohio Railroad depot, jn the city of Washingtou, D. C., of the following named Articles, viz : 1st. One No. 2 Wortnington Steam Pump, com plete. 2d. One Steam Boiler, 8 feet lone, 2 feet la diam eter, with 20 tubes, 4 feet loo*, Hi inches in diame ter. fire bo* 2 feet deep, 2 fret bigri, 20 inches widi, similar to the new boiler now in use at Mount Pleasant Hospital, near the city of Washington, i 3d. Four hundred (W) feet or Water Pipe, (cast i iron,) 2)? inches iq diameter. The above named articles, offered by the suc cessful bidder will be subjected to a rigid inspec tion before accepted, payment for the same to ha made upon the delivery and acceptance of the whole amount. Delivery of the articles named will be required to le completed within thirty (30) days from data of contract. ? Bonds in a sum equal to the whole amount of the contract, signed by the contractor, and two 3) re spousiblt persons, the responsibility of whom should be certified to by some officer of the Gov ernment known to this office, will be required. Proposals from disloyal persons will not be con sidered, and an oath of allegiance must accompany eai'h proposition. Proposals must be plainly marked "Proposal* for Hteam Pump. Boiler, ana Pipe." and addressed to the uudersigned. D. H. RUCKER, Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster, npl St Depot of Washington. piOPO* A LB FJ> B f OBAG 1 OCIBF QUABTBBMABTia'S OtT\0?. I I A ? Wa8HI??to* Dxpot. Dec. 8,1881.f Sialic Proposals are Invited by the under Signed for supplying the fi. f. Quartermaster1* Be* pertinent, at WuUnttoB, D. O.. Baltimore. Md.. Alexaddria, and Eon Monro?. Va , or either of these plwses, with Hay. Corn, Oat* aad Straw. Blda will be received for the delivery of 8,001 bushels of corn or oat* and 00 tons of hay or straw, and upwards. Bidders mast state at which of tfce above named points they propose to make deliveries, and the rates at which they will make deliveries thereat, the quantity of each article proposed to be deliv ered the time when said deliveries shall be oor? raeoced, and when to be eompleted The price must be written oat in words on the bids. Corn to be put up in good stout sacks, of about two bushels eaoh. Oatsln like sacks of about three tushelseach. The sacks to be famished without it'ra charge to the Government. The hay and str?w to be B? careiy baled. The particular kind or description of oats, oorn, hay or straw pro pored to be delivered most be stated lVn t?e articles offered ander the bids herein in vited will be subject to a rigid inspection* iy the Government Inspector before being accepted. Contracts will 6e awarded from time to time to the lowest responsible bidder, as the tntereet at the Government may require and payment will be made when the whole amount contracted for shall have been delivered and accepted. Tb? bidder will be required to aooompany his proposal with a guaranty, signed by two responsi ve persons that in ease his b?d la aeoepted he or they will, witnin ten davs thereafter, execute the contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties in a sum eqnal to the amount of the con tract. to deliver the fortge proyosed ia conformity with the terms of this advertisement; md in case the said bidder should fail to enter into the con tract they to make good the difference between the offer of said bidder and the aext lowest respon sible bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded The responsibility of the guarantors must be .?bown b? the offiiial certificate of a U. 8 District Attorney . Collector of Customs or any other offi cer under the United States Government or re sponsible person known to this office. All bidder* will be duly notified of the acoeptaao* oilrejection of their proposals. Th< full name and P. 0. address of each bidder R C must be legibly written in the proposal. Proposals must be addressed to Brig. Gen. D H, Rncker, Chief Depot Quartermaster, Washington. D. 0., and should be plainly marked "Proposals for forage " Bonds, in a sum equal to the amount of the eon tract, signed by the contractor and botj? of his fnar?,ntors will be required of the succiob^wi bid er or bidders upon signing the contract Bi?r:k forms ofbid?^guarantees.andbond< .may be otta>p*d upon appllca ion at this office. FORM OF PROPOSAL. I Town, County and State) < Date t I.l ie subscriber, do hpreby propose to furnish and deliver to the United States, at the Qnart^r tnastes's Department at .agreeably to the ?eii-if of your adverti-ement, inviting proposals for forage, dated Washingtoi Depot, Dec. 8, 18B3, toe following articles, vis : I uf h? is of Oorn, in sacks, at per bashel of 66 pounds ... ? bushels of Oats, in sacks, at p?r bashel of 31 p.anda tons oJ baled Hay, at ? per ton of I/>"0 pounds tons of baled Straw, at per ton of J,(<00 pounds. Delivery to commence on or before the day of , lag . and to be completed on or before the day of , 188 , and pledae myself to enter Into a written contract with tne United States, with gc* d and approved securities within the spac* of ten days after being notified that my bid has been accepted. Your obedient servant. Brigadier General D. HJIccmi, General Depot Quartermaster. Washington, D. 0, eUABATT. We, the undersigned, resident* of la the County of . and State of .hereby. Jointly and severally, covenant with the United States, and guarantee in ease the foregoing bid of ? be aeoepted. that he or they will, within ten days after tae acceptance of said bid, execute the contract for tha same wilh good and sufficient suretie*, in a sum equal to toe amount of the con tract, to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to the terms of adv? rtlsement dated December 8, 1333, under which the bid was made, and, in case the said shall fail to enter into a contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the differ ence between the offer by said and the next lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded. Witness, Given under our hand* and Mai* thia ? day of ItJl 1 hereby certify that, to the best of my know ledge and belief, the above named guarantors are good and sufficient as sureties for the amount for which they offer to be security. To be . lfied by the United States District At torney, Collector of Customs, or any other oMoe/ ? enderthe United States Government, or respon- , ?Ible person known to this office. _r. D H SUCKER, de 9-tf _ _ _ Brig. Gen. and Q. M. pROPOSALS VOR WOOD. Headquarters Department af Washington, i Office of Chief IJuartermnsttr. S j Wa*hing'on,D C. March 2i, 1H64. \ Peopobai h are invited for famishing Wood to : the troops in and around the fort* hereinafter specified, from parties owning wood or wood lands in tie vicinity of the same, via : North of tae Potomac?Ports Sumner, Mansfield, Buyard, bimv ma, Gaines. lieuo. Kearney. De Rney. fctevens Slocum. Totten, Hlemmer Bunker Bill, Saratoga,.Thater. aid Lincoln, and Batteries Si>?ade- Kimball, Parrott, and Cameron. East of Eastern Branch Potomac?Forts Greble, Carroll Snyder. Stanton, Baker. Davis, Dupont, Meigs. Maban and Batteries Kioketts and Wagner. ton h of Potomac? Forts Marcy, E.nan All?n,C. F. Keith, Benn?tt, De Baib, Corcoran, Haggarty. Woodbury, Whipple, Cass, Tillinghaat, Oralg. and Albany, Prop -sals will be received under this advertise ment for wood anywhere within the limit* of th* Departm ent of Washington for aupply of troops in said Department Proponls will be made in the following manner; to wit : 1 For wood standing (price per cord). 3. For wood Jelled by the United States Engi neers or otherwise (price per oord). 3. For wood cut and corded on the ground. Proposals must specify the locality, kind, quan tity, and quality of Ike wood,and it* distance from tbe neatest fort, camp or station for troop*. Bach bidder most attach his full name and po*t Offire addr< ss to bis bid, and the names of alt par ties intereated in the proposal* must appear inthe bid. Bid* will be opened from time to time, and don tracts or purchaaes made a* the wood may be re quired. Tte i ight is reserve to ascept all or any part of a bid. ? No verbal propositions will be entertained, but every bid, or modification of the same, must be in writing. Proposals should be endorsed "Proposals to: Wood," and addressed to ELIA8 M. GREENE, Lieut.'Col. and Chief Quartermaster, mhl&ltt Departra<-ut of Wasaington. OOFING FELTi BOOfING F-ELTIl H. 0. WILSON ft CO., Foot or ud St. Wks*, Wasbiiotoe, D. 0., Manufacturer* of BOOFING VBLT. DRY AND TARRED SHEATH ING, BOOFING CBMBNT and LAMP BLAOK, FELT AND OBMBNT, Wholeaale and Retail. Dealer* supplied on the most liberal terms. Factory?Foot of ad street wast. Office?161 S3d street, below Pa. aveaue. nh ll-3m* APONS! WHAT'S CAPONSf?GO TO WIL SON'S, 119 Pennsylvania avenue,and see his ^PORTANT TO FAMILIES-The undersigned Saving perfected his arrangements in Philadel phia, New York and Boston, takes this method of informing his old customers and the public < srally that he la receiving daily by azprsea Prime Chester County Baet, South Down Mutton, jalem county (N.J.) Veal Prime Philadelphia Butter, Oapoaa, Suohs county and New Jersey uhlekena, Sweet Bread, Pheasants, Pmiuus?, Grouse JiaiM, Woodcock, and every luxury of the """" "* i ?T,? I s 1 ks^h SB MS1 and'bee^laoe tn^Waald^Sw oc?an between^w3TTsad rpO THE MUSIOAL PUBLIO.-J. M. STIBF, 1 Piano Tuier end Be pairer, would respeet- .My fully annoanM to his friends and the musical4flK pub lie generally that by Uaviag their orders at Mr. W. B. EBTWISLE'S Drugi Store,comer of Penn avenue andjlth straets, they will be prompt ly aad satlsfaetorWy atteadad to. Orders from the country also attended to bp ad dressing to Wnahlflfftoafost fs lo-ja* PROPOSALS. s Mill tTOkll, A. <3, rr, ) kt*#. > S. 19*4. > _ Nat ? DarABVuMT, Bureau cf Previsions and Clothing. M*reh *>. Mt- . CtrABAVB PB3F0SALS. sealed ant endorsed "Pro posal* for be all (stores, Ao.," will be received at this office until 13 o'clock m.. oath* ?6th day of April next, for furnishing wad delivering (on re el iving ten days' notice) *t the United States navp yards at Oiarlettowa. Massachusetts, and Sroak lyn, N ew \ ork, 1b such nacaberh and qnantitiss and at such times a* may be specified by the Obuf of this bureau or bp the commandant* of tba Mid navy yards, respectively,during the remainder of the B?eal year ending on the 30th day of Jane, Iil4, the nuns hers and quantities of the different arti cles, and at the places specified in tba following list, tii: Chat It stoicn. Brooklyn Balt water Soap. lba? ? jo,o o M.QO" Thread, black and white, lba 30) l,0W Riband,hat pieces f '<oo g ooo Tape, white, pieoea 4 jno 4.0T0 Tape, black, pieces J.0)0 1,0T0 Spools cotton .. 6,000 13 000 Bilk,sewing. lba 300 100 Pocket handkerchiefs 8j>00 11,500 Needles. sewing, papers . 1,000 14,000 Th-mbles...? 3000 6P00 Jack knives - iS00 Bci-sors 1,600 2.500 Bason 600 1,000 Bazor strops. ?16,PC0 no Sliaving bona ........? ... 1JOO 13,800 BhaTing bnuhes - 2,001 3,000 Bhavlrgroap,cakes .....6(0') 2u <HJ Pcrub brushes.. 1,000 1,000 Blaeking brush* s 1,(00 sooo Wbisk brooms 1,000 3,000 Kagle coat buttons, dosen 500 Kagle medium buttons. doaen 600 ?? Eagle vest buttons. do*en l.noo _ D. K buttons, doaoa 5 ooo pi ooo Fineeombs 4,000 18 on? Ocar?e combs. 4,onfl tfuxn Spoons 3y5oo 15,00" Forks > 3 AOS 2,5#0 Beckiig boxes.... 6,000 4>'>wOOO Cac openers _ 500 ?? St-arlne oendles. lb? 60,000 ? Offers may be made tor one or mare articles. at the opti> n ef the bidder, and in case more than ont ar'icie is contained in ihe offer the Chief of the Bureau wil' have the right to aocept one or more o the articles oontsiaed in such offst and rejtct the remainder. The prices must bt uniform, and offers must embrace oil cj .i?y ont or more of ike articles deliverable at all the stations. For thi description of articles In the above list bidders are referred to the aatuples at the said Navy lards, and to the advertisement of this Bureau dated August 16th. I?f3- and for informa tion as to the laws and regulation* (in pinaphiet form) regardidg contracts, to the offices of ihu sev eral commandants of navy Tarda and Navy Agents ** ' Blank forms of pr'posals may be obtained on op plication to the navy agents at Portsmouth. Ntie Hampshire; Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Balti more. and at this Kureau. mW lmw IN A V Y SUPPLIBt), fMBST, J him, > 19, 1R-* \ Navy Dbpartmbst, Bureau of Provisions and Clot hi March i?, , Fspabatb PBOPOSAL3, sealed and endorsed''Pro rotais for hary Supplies," will be reserved it this ureau nntil 13o'clock m , on TUBSDA.Y. tae 19th day of April next, for furnitbing and delivering <on lecbiting ten days' notioe at the United State# NaTy Yards at Charlestown, Kasiachusetts. Brojk !>c. New York. aot Philadepaia Pennsylvania, la *ncr quartities on y and at such times as may be rtqnirtd rr ordcr?d ty tbp Chief of this Bureaa, or by the Commandants of the said Navy Yards, respectively, duiing the remainder of the fiscal y?ai eiidirg Juce 3'. 18fi? the quantities of the different ar'.icles and at the p'aces specified in the following list, viz : Char it storm. Brooklyn. Philadelphia, Pice, P>s 75,(V0 Lried Apples, lbs.. 55 (?n 50.r0) . f?u?ar, lbs 325 <01 3frt,0tw Tea, lbs 3,0t?0 I,TV Coffee,lbs JiO.OiO ?? Brans,gails 3u(>0 aw, no lS.frfO Molasses, gal's 16 000 7,iK0 Yinfjrar, galls 12?oo Separate offers must be ma*e fir eacb article at each t f the aforesaid navy yards: and in case more than one article is contained In tae offer, the Chief of the Bu -eau will have the right to accept one ?r more of the articles contained in suoh offer, anl reJeot the remainder. Vor the desciiption of articles iu the above list bidders a e referred to the samp:es at the said navy yards, and to the advertisen ent of this Bateau dated June U. 186), and for information as to the laws4and regulations (in pamphlet torm J rega ding contracts, to the offices of the several Commandants of Navp Yards and Navp Agents. Blank /crm< of proposals may be obtained on at" titration to the navy aernss at Portsmouth. /V?t? Hampshire, Boston, Nein York, Philadelphia BiUi mtre. and at this Bureau. mhl9 lawiw (u? a wig CLOTHINU MA7BBIAL3. Navt Dkpaktmbbt, i Bureau of Provisions and Clothin*,} March 12, 1861. \ SbparItb PaopodAi 8, sealed and endorsed "Pro posals for Navy Clothing and Olothlng Materials." will De received at this office until .2 o'clock m., on the 12th day of April next, for furnishing ana delivering (on receiving forty d ys' notioe) at the United States navy yards at Charlestown, Massa chusetts, and Brooklyn. New York, in such num bers and quai tities and at such times as may be specified by the Chief of this bureau, or by the commandant* of the said navy yards, respectively, during the remainder of the fl'calyear ending on the 30th day of Jane, 1S64 the numbers anl quanti ties of the different articles and at the placesspeci Bed in the following list, vis : Boston. X. York Blue Cloth Trowstrs. pairs. 7,5"0 3,6>X> Blue Satinet Trowsers, pairs 6,50) 6"") Canvas Dnek Trqwsers. pairs. ? 1 50) 1,000 Barn;ley Sheeting Frocks.. 2 .too Blue Flannel Overshirts .... 6 000 6 i)00 Bine Satinet, yards^^. ?? 2,0f>0 1<?,000 Bine Flannel, yards 60,000 110 (*0 tarn*ley Sheetivg, yards 16,000 Csmvas i)uck, yards ? S,??0 Blee Nankin, yards. 5,uO? IjJQfi Calf-skin Laced Shoes, pairs 31.000 Kip ?ki? Shoes, pair# 3,000 Woollen Socks, pairs... 15,000 23(H)o 1 Mattresses, (with two covers for each) 60) 5,oi? ! 1 Blankets ?>,0i<0 5 000 j Black Silk Handkerchiefs 4 000 j Offers may be made for one or more artic es, ?t > , the option of the bidder, and in ca?a more than one articie is contained in the offer the chief of the i bureau will have the right to accept one or mora i j of the articles contained In suoh off-r and reject the 1 < remainder. The price must be uniform and offers | ( must embrate all of any one or more articles delivera ble at all the stations. For description of articles in the above list bid ders are referred to the samples at said Mavp Yar's, and to the advertisement of this Boreau dated July 3, 18S3, and for information as to the laws aid regulation (in pamphlet form) regarding contracts to the offices or the several eommandanta of Navy Yards and Navy Agents. Blank forms of proposals may be obtained on ap plication to the nary agents at Portsmouth, Hew Hampshire. Boston, Ne? York, Philadelphia, Balti more and at this bureau. mhlt-law4w PBOPOSALS WILL Bl RBiiBIYBO AT TH1 X Treasury Department, Office of the Supervising Architect, Washington, D. Ountill2 m. of the ltf day of May, 1864, for all the Fire and Burglar proof Safes and Vaults required by the Treasury Depart ment prior to May 1,1866 Flans and specifi :ations can be obtained bp ap plication to this office personally or br letter. Bids to be per superficial foot, ior naiug d.>or and all necessary fixtures, measured on the outside; the price nanud to cover a'.l charges whatever, exc-pt the freight and the actual travelling expsusej of workmen to the place where the Vaults are to be erected. Ssfes to be delivered at the Bailroad Depot ot Steamboat Wharf for transportation, in good order and condition, without charge Locks for the Vaults or Safes will be furnished by the Department, but must be properly put on by the centraetor without charge. All bids ir ust be accompanied by the bonl of two responsible peisons in the sum of 95 0)0 that the bidder will accept and perform the eontract if awarded to him; the sufficiency of the security to be certified to by the Collector of Internal Bevenue of the District. The Department reserves the right to reject any or all the bids if it be eoneidered its interest to do bo. and no bid will be considered that does not con form to the requirements of this advertisement. Bids to be enclosed inaseal*! envelop*, endorsed for e.fc. BOO|>^ m h .28 tawtd Supervising Architect. 1MPBOVB YOUB BYBSIGHT by the use of the celebrated PBBBLB and UBIBCOPIC 8PBCTACLB1, acknowledged as 4ke best for Strengthening amd Preserving the impaired Byesight, scientifically asd correetly suited, by FHANKLIN A 00., Optieians. 344 Peasisrlvania avenue,bet. 12th and 13th sts,, and Pennsylvania avenue, under National Hotel, F1BLD GLASSES, OF SKA GLASSH3, MICROSCOPES, THERMOMETERS, STEREOSCOPES, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS ? CARTES DE VISITE. 4e. in a great variety, and at the lowest prices, JwiBtr ROOTS AND SHOBS D TO SUIT THB TIMB8. We are now manufacturing all hinds of HOOTS asd SHOBS, and constantly receiving a nip* Sy of Bastem-made worh of ev?ry deeci' on, made express y to order, and will sold at a much lower price than hai> b? heretofore charged in this city for much inferior articles. * Persons in want of BOOTS and SHOBS of Bastern or Oily-made worh. will always find a good assort sir ????d "lauiri safest " * ap 6 tf ? a 314 Penn avenue. OOBA DX BOMA. By W. W Story,2vo1b.; $3, 11 Hunt's Life of Bdward Livingston; ?3.50. Battle Fields of the South from Boll Bun to Fredericksburg. #2.50 Gen. Grant and his Campaigns; f 1 50. Cavendish's Laws and Practise of Whist: SI .25, Three Months in the Booth. Bp Oolonel Fres mant'e; #135, ? Pomeroy's Municipal Law: ?3, Thackeray, the Humorist. Bp Theodore Tay lor; 01 35 Sewell's Bounty, Pension, and Priae Laws; fS 80, Gen. MeOleHan's Beport and Campaigns; #1.60, Rinburch Beview, January, ir4, ^ ndon Quarterly Bevtew. January, I8&4, "bj?"0*'1 "igyvd^AiLo.. u . h o r r a, MALM IP WATCH MATBB1ALS, TOOLS, OBVSTALi, FILBS, *?., Bo. 337 Pennsylvania avenue, oppomte Metro politan Hotel, - * ok) -If Washington D, Q, m ir ""?"V-t.-oh >u! IU~u Jr id the worM for ~Die?A8?S OF IMPRUDBNOB. ?<i Six No T- olinr! r*rsens Ruined by f?morai?l Prutnda'i, or ft Dtadiy Poison Mercury, should appiy , ? tm mediately. A CURE WARRANTED OR NO CHARGE LM fROM ONE TO TWO DAYS. WitknNiof tht Bwk, UTolnDUrr Diitkitflti Strictures, Affection, of the RfdDeye and Blndler! Impotoney. General Debility, N?rvoaiM*c. Di?. P?P*T Lentuor, to* Spirits, Confusion of idee*. Palpitation of the Heart, 'timidity, Trembling, Dimness' fBight or Giddiness Dieeaseof the Heal' Throat Noh or thin, Attentions of the Liwl Lungs, Btomach Bow*.la? thoae Terrible Disor* ,ders arising from Solitary Hablta of Youth?the ?sonar and aoUtarj practices mors fatal to their yietima than the eon* of Syren* to the mariners oi Blystas, blight ng their mo?t brilliant hope* o< anticipations, rendering ?arriaga, <ko., impoeeV Die. _ ? w TOUSO MEN . yjr, wjto have become the victims of Soft. ? lee,that dreadful and destructive habit whkin t? M untimely grave thou^andsSt Tonng Men of the moat exalted talent tad brllllaat Intellect, who might otberwiee bare entranoed He toning Senates with the thunder* of etoanenea^ iit"" wSam*?s TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE Til686 AT# BOXB6 of til? Ml And IQAiftDckuif produced by early hablte ofVonth, produced by early hablte of yonth. via- waaknXZ of the Back and Limhe Pain in the Head Dimuu ?' Power, Palpitation o# the Heart Dyrpepey, Nervous Irritability De. wnfimi?,,4,0tf tk# !*<????? Functione.Geae?^ dJ bllity. Symptoms of tJonfumptioa, A.C The fearful effects on the mind are 5Tte,9^5SS^a,'&,,K8ii^g as?saawf ^B,n,Si? ess*? M _ MARRIAGE m^fuae, aware^of?Pb'yalSfi W^kS^Sf^S Debility, easting of the Or*ana D^fSrat'n?*5S.4 should apply immediate#.' D*ror?tien, Ae. He who places himself under the care ofD i may religicuBiy confide in bis bonorasa*ent? ?'*?' and confidently rely upon biaakill aaa fiStiSS?' ORGANIC V1AKRI<;a IHPOTIvn* IMPBDIMRNTS *0 MAKHIaq/ 0* ^' JOIiDBlOD B IQftrT6lOUI triAtllliint ia ?? /ily Ur^d ^d restored. Thousands of tae moat narvnn? rilkfu tated and impotent, who bldlost ZukoLh.i; been immediately relieved*. *"? hav-3 All imped in.eate to marriage, Physical or w.nt.i Disqualifications. Low of ProareatiV? Paw? ' Voue Irritability,Tremblings,and Weak w or b" hauation of the moat fearful kind, speedily cured?* Merober of UeDBoya?Coil^*e of Surgeon* Lon !?s ssisf s&sxssnse ssss-i Tjrna SaJ5d7.?h0.B "If*"-!" at sudden sound.' bashfulnesR wttA/r^r_T_ ? blnshing. attended sometimes with dfiaaMraan! " of mind were cured immediately ??*ngement yocjvfif mev i1.rtnuUeiln^ikrei1 th(-ms?I?es Dy a certain nractlM frtfm ?tfi e'one?a habit frequently letra*4 from evil companions or at 8ch?oI. the eff?nt??5 which are nightly fait, eypn when uleep and if n->? wS tWA *laA f?ris?? impoeeibl-, ud destroys WhS. nl?1 *?onld immediately what a pit* that a youc^ toan, the hone of hie coux-try and darling of bia caie.t* > mniH J! lTh.hth/r0m, 411 tbe Pro?/e^H and enjo >ments o* lire by the conseqaenoe of deviation frem the bI>i> ot nature and indulging in a cer ain eecr?t kfhi* Suon persons auatAef-re ontem^aW^r reflect that a sound miud aad bodi are tka necessary requisites to promote connubial hasal^ ???' luafllli.'i tfces? the Journey through life b?ocmi'S a weary pil^rica^e: thf? prosnecii bonny darkens to the view: the cind Tlth dr,pftir ?nd ailed wlthjtbe uSeu" mi??T+I5 i?*iOES 1 lils fc*ppines? of -uother ia blighted witb cur own. "or ?? w.- OlSEAbES of inrnvni;.\ch. vt?~n niscM'. lel /-id nt:mle?' n* P?wurcPa.<? be l>a? imbibed the -oedscf this n* in fo. di?ca??, t often bsnpe-s that an ilMJr?l i?5? nUn*?^ ^ ? C dlwoveiy detari bin V>n.?. JMf n<. -o .bots who t7Pin .m-sation ari refpee'a h?r/s' tefric id him. He f?t!i into tna c ???.ors?wft "z&wizig Drel?D v<trx. i.tr5Ill,B* aB1'h sft?r ricnth,o? u I as the^e^s'lest fee can be ob*?.in?d, acl in ?.-(ip< >r lea :? *i'm with -uinrj iiea'tb to si,jh ov?r bl* I ing oisappoicttacst; or, br the us?> of n.at deadtv tbe ?"?s?tuti >i*l ?yr-p. torn? of this terrible di.tease each s^ Affect'ons of the Bead, Throat. Ncie. Skin ate.. DriareMini KHi^W rapidity anti! learb pctn an end his dreadftil geffenn^e by e<>ndin? him to That un MtarntT eoactrr r ~C) wh<? no trtvel? i 80PTH r&1DBBI0K STRUT. left hand side going from Baltimore street, a t?w doorefromtheoon.tr Pail not to observe name idq Dnmwr, ?67"No letter* received unless jont-pald and eo? taining a stamp to be used on the reply. Peracue writing should state age and send portion of a? Virtisemett describing symptoms Tkt Dr's IHrlcma fumes t? his Qfitt. 1KP0B8KUXN r OP THB PB18S. _?*t? thousands cured at this institution ^ th.*-taBt. lVJ?tT re*r?' Mi the numereac and many other papers, notices of which hava aa rfared again and again before the publie besidga -iSJfSiSrT* V * *ent1*m*?? of character and r%i ScSd * aufflcient guarantee to tha J* ^SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. gjlCRIT DISS ABBS ! BBOBBT DISBA8B&II BAHAIITAN'S GIFT' SAMARITAN'S OIF I! THE MOST C1BTAIN RBMBOT BVBB UBlO Yes, A Poslti?s Cure" for BONOREHCEA, GLEET SlRICTURES, rfe Contains no Mineral, no Balaam.no Mercury. Only Ten Pills to bt Taken to KJfrt a Ou't. They are entirely vegetable having no smell net any unpleasant taste, and will not in any way in jure the stot ach or b>wels of the most delioate Cures in from two to four daye, and reeent eases in -t.ent, four hours." Prepared bya graduate of tha University of Peanaylvania. one of the moel smineot Doctors and Chemists of tha preaeatdav ?oaxposoaa, *? jjujdblb, bo oimoi vHitiTii! Let those who have despaired or setting cured or who tave been gorged with Balsam OoparU.*? Mercury try the . ' w o v SAMARITAN'S GIFT. Seat by mail in a plain envelope. Prioe?Male packages, $1 Female, ?9. BLOOD! Ki.'OOD '! BLOOD 111 BCBOPrLA.ULOSRB. PORK8.8POT8. TBTTBRS, 8CALS8. BOILS STPatLIS oi VJ NBRIAL DI81A8BS. ho. SAMARITAN'S ROOT A?iL> HERB JUICES. It offered the public u i poiitiye eve. SYPHILIS OB YBXfBRBAii DlBlA-BS^he ?&> M ABIT AN '8 BOUT AND HBHB JUIUK ie the most potent, certain and t-ffectual remedy ev*^ prescribed; it reaches and er&dicatee every particle of the venereal poison, so that the our* a tkorougta and permanent Take then of this purifying reme dy and be healel, and do not transmit to your pot* terity that for whieh you may repent in after yeata w DO NOT DBSPAIB! Although you ma BAH A KIT AN " nay be proaonnced ineurable, tka -8 BOOT AND HBRB JLIJBa wili rt move every vestige of impur.ties from thg eystem, as well as all the bad effects of Mercury. FBMALB8 t P1MALBS11 In many affeotiosa with which nuabere of Fe males sufNr, tke BOOT ANDHBBB JUI01S la most happily adapted. In Ulo?rated Uterue. ia Whites, in baannK oown. Failing of the Womb, Uehility, and for all eomplaipts incident to the eez. Sent by express. Price ?la bottle, or t oottfM for ? 6 SAMARITAN'S OHANOBl WASH. Priee U cents. Pull directions. LBSMOND * CO., Box 181 Philadelphia Po?} yffl ce ? BoM by 8. OALYBBT FORD, corner of lltk aa Pa. avenue HBNRIt 0Q9K, Alexandria. may? tf Y CONFIDENTIAL. OCNG MBNwho have injured themaelvee by certain secret habits which unfit them tor bnnineee. pleasure, or the duties of married life; also middle aged or old men, who. from the follies of youth or other causes, feel a debility in advaaee of theli years, before plaeing themselves under the treat ment of any one, should first read " THB SRORBT FRIBND " Married Ladieewill learn aomething of importance by perusing " The Secret Friend.?? Sent to any address, in a sealed envelope on ro? eeipt of Ten Cents. Addrese Da. 0HA8. A. 8TUABT & 00., de 14 ly Boston. Maes. A DAMS BXPBBSS COMPANY. A OFF 10B *14 PA. AVBNUB, Washington, D. A GBBAT BA8TBBN, NOBTHBBN, AND WB8T< BBN FXPBBSS POBWaAdbIbI MBB0H AD1BB, MONBY, J ? WBLBY, YALD* ABLBS.NOl-BS. BTO^JKS, BONDS, Ao., Forwarded with SAFBTY AND DI8PA+OB to ail aooeasible sections of the country. This Oombany has age icies in the principal Railway Towns ia MOBTH. BAST, WBBT. AND NOBTHWBBT. Its principal ofBcts are Ooanections are made at New York aad ? J1,"1 forward it g to the CAN ADAS aad the PBOY1NOB8 and with steamship lie* to LIYBSPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON aad HATbE and thenee by Bnropaaa expreMes to aB prominent commercial towns In Great Britain aad the'Con tinent. Collection of NOTBB, DRAFTS,and BILLS made at all aceefilbie parts of the United States O. 0. DUN*. Agent. da n Washington. D. O. IOBNBTOK'8 AG* IODLTCKAt 0HBM18TBY w ^ooo's Agricultural Ohemi' ry: London. Okaptal's Agricultural Ckemieti y. Liebi? >s Agr.cultural Ohemsry Liebig s Principles of Agricultural Chemlftey. Preach s Fara Drtunage. Deep-land Culture. By Henry Stephens: Lon* dCB Stephens' Manual ef Practical Drainage: Lea don Ditehirr and Dw'aing Tables: Loedoa. Doaald% Land praleMe: Loedoa. Stiachaa's Tables oa Drainage: London. mhff rftAHOX TAYLOR.

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