Newspaper of Evening Star, April 16, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 16, 1864 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR. OfFIC I AL* Dismissals for the Week fading April 9, 1*64. Lieutenant Colonel August Otta, 5?th Now Ycrk volunteers, and Captain W. A. Ham, 31 New York independent battery, to date March 14, 1864, for giving duplicate discharges to en listed men. Assistant Surgeon David Scott, and Assistant Surgeon James Fulton, 143d Pennsylvania volunteers, to date April S, 1864, they having declined to appear before a board of exami nation. First Lientenant Isaac A. Nesbit, 1st Penn sylvania artillery, ar.d First Lientenant James A. Smith, 72d New York volunteers, to date .March 14, 1664, for absencp without leave. First Lieutenant Robert D. Adams, First Lieutenant William Frisb^e, and Second Lientenant James McGuire, 40th Kentucky volunteers, to date November 1, 1SG3, for urunkenness, desertion, and incompetency. Second Lientenant George B. Worcester, 2d Vermont volunteers, to date April 5, 1S61, for inefficiency and conduct unbecoming an officer and gentleman. Second Lieutenant James Brennan, 78th Ohio volunteers, to date April 9? 1861, for drunken ness and absence withont leave. The following officers, to date March 14th, l^, for the causes mentioned, having been published officially and failed to appear before the commission: Absence without First Lientenant C. A. Waterhoase, 5th Maine volunteers. Second Lientenant William Zeigler, 43d Illi nois volunteers. Disobedience of orders. Second Lientenant William M. Whaling, 4!>th Illinois volunteers. Dismissals Revoked. The orders of dismissal heretofore issued in ihe following cases have been revoked . Chaplain W. Gibson, 45th Pennsylvania vol snteers, he having been previously honorably discharged. First Lientenant W. T. Warrall, 4th United States colored troops, and Second Lieutenant Charles A. Brown, 4th United States colored troops, and they have been discharged as of tho Gate of the order of dismissal. Restored to Commission. The following officers, heretofore dismissed, are restored, with pay from the date at which they rejoin tneir regiments for duty, provided tae vacancies have not been filled by the Gov ernors of their respective States: Major E. M. Carey, l-2th ?hio volnnteers. Captain James B. Lnckey, 3d Ohio cavalry. Captain George A. Armstrong, 7th Michigan ca-\ dry. First Lieutenant John Jones, second batta lion Veteran Reserve Corps, provided the vaoancy'has net been filled. E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General. War Department, Adjutant General's Office, > Washington, March 17, 1&61. J Ail applications for leaves of absence or per mission to visit Washington must be addressed to Major Gen. Halleck, Chief of Staff, and must specify the business for which the officer desires the permission. Telegrams addressed direct to the Secretary of War on this snoject will re ceive no attention. By order of the Secretary of War. E. D. Towssend, As?is*ant Adjutant General. H^Mrs. Luoinda Oarhart, ot riandlake, N. *?., who killed her child while laboring under a temporary mental aberration, has been com mitted to the State Insane Asylum. PUBLIC STOREHOUSE, (Covering Half an Acre of Ground,) commercial building. PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MARKET HOUSE. JOH* FAHAELL. See Agency for WILLIAM OLAGBTT A 00. B Baltimore CALIBRATED ALB AND POBTBR, in Barrels, Ealfs and Bottles. Agency for M. P. RBBD'8 NEW YORK M. P. XX ALB, Adopted for Bxport Trade. Warranted to koep la sxy Climate, Agency for McKNIGHT fc fON 8. Albany.N. Y? CBLBBRATBD MALT ALB AND WINB BIT TBB8. Agency for 6BANNI8 & TAYLOR'S, of Balti more. CBLBBRATBD CANN1CD 0Y8TBRB, CO VB, 8P10BD, & c. Agency for TKLBGBAPH FLOUR MILL8, BAL TIMORE, all the family, Extra, fencer and fine Brands. Agency for ALDR1CH Ac YBRKBS. o'Philadel phia, for all their well known Brands of PICKLB3, PRESERVES, JELLIES, BPABKLING CHAM PAGNE C1DBB. Agency for BRADPOBD A M ELLEN 8, BOSTON MASS., PATENT ABMY CHAIRB AND 00T8. Agency for the OBLBBRATBD KENTUCKY WHISKEY, THE CRB8CBNT XX BRAND, THE DIAMOND COPPER DISTILLED. Also, tha Baltimore OLD BYE " WELBY BRAND" Of these wo are instructed to "sell out" to lares buyers at elose prices, as the owners intend to keep ? uniform and unlimited supply on kand. Acecey of the NBW YORK AND HUDSON NAY 16ATI0N COMPANY. Prom this Company wo are in weekly receipt o Outgoes of Bay, Brick, Grain, Potatoes, See., and North River Produce, all of which will be offered to tko Trade in Cargo Lota. BALM STRICTLY ON COMMISSION. LOUISIANA AVBNDB, BBTWEEN NINTH AND TBNTH BTRBBT8, apa-lm WASHINGTON, D. O. J^B. WISTAR'S BAL8AM OP WILD CHERRY' ?B. WISTAR'S BAL8AM OP WILD CHERRY. PB. WISTAR'S BALSAM OP WILD CHERRY. DB. WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. PR. WISTAR'S BALSAM OP WILD CHERRY. DB. WISTAR'S BALSAM OP WILD CHERRY. ONE OF THE OLDEST Alt J) MOST RELIABLE REMEDIES IN THE WORLD FOR ?OUGHS, COLDS, WHOOPING COUGII, BRON CHITIS, DIFFICULTY Of BREATHING, ASTHMA, H0ARSBNES3. SORB THROAT, CROUP, AND BVBRY AFFECTION or THU THROAT, LUNGS, AND CHEST. WI8TARS BAL8AM OF WILD CHERRY Dots not dry up a ccuth and Itatt the suds of ton tmmruon t? the system, but loosens it and ileantes tkt iHAts (J nU imparities. From C. A. BANN VART, Druggist. Harbjsbubo, April24.U860. " If my testimony can add to the popularity of Wistab's Balsam or Wild Chubby for coughs, eclds, and pulmonary adections, I cheerfully grunt you tko use of my name,as its efficacy was fairly tooted in my own case a little oyer a year ago?a bottle of it having cured me of a severe Couth and jMMueta, which I then contracted." Tho genuine always bears tko signature of " 1 BUTTS." For sale by J.P DINSHORE, No. 491 Broadway, New York a. W. FOWLS k CO., No. 18 Tremont street, Boetoa. And by all Sruggigta. # fe jD*lawst - ffil BIYOUAO AND THE BATTLE FIELD] frtforeteaegg OFFICIAL. War Department, Adjutant OtrvtreWt OMce, > Washington, March 17,1834. > All applications for leayes of absence or per mission to visit Washington mast be addressea to Major General Ha!lee*, Chief of Staff, ana must specify the business for which the officer deEire* the permission. Telegrams addreaeeq direct to the Secretary of War on this subject Will receive no attention. Ey crder of the Secretary E. D Towt*s*wd> Assistant Adjutant General. Headquarters Military Dutrict of WatUngto*, > Washington, D. C., Febmary 1?, 1S?4. 5 General Orders No. 3.-Col. T. Jngr^am,:jSth Massachnsetta volunteers, is hereby detailed as Provost Marshal of the Military Dof Washington. He will be respected and obeyed By command of Brig- Gen. Martlndale. John P. Sebrburttb, fe 16-tf Assistant Adjutant General. Passes te Visit the Army el the Petenaac. 1. Applications must be made at the office of Maier Louis H. Pelouze, No. 203 F street, be tween 17th and 18th streets, between 11a.m. and 1 p. m., except Sundays. Major Pelouae 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. Towhbkhd, Assistant Adjutant General. DENTISTRY. ?j<B?AL DISCOVERY IN ?ENTISTBY. Teeth Extracted without Pvin with the Muhrite of Oxygen. 1 would ad viae all persocs having teeth to ex tract to call at Dr. LEWIE'S office, and have them taken out by thiB new J and harmless process. Also call andv examine the Doctor's new and im proved method of Inserting Artificial Teeth. It you once see the great improvement in his teeth yon will have them in no other style than this new and valnable one. No. 242, Pa. avenue, between 12th and 12th streets. novl3 3. R. LBWIB, M. P., Dentist. Hf TEETH. ivl. LOOMIS, M. D .the Inventor and Patentee of the MINERAL PLATE TEETH, at- . tends personally at bis office in thisJ city. Many persons can wear these*. teeth who cannot wear others, and no person can wear others who cannot wear these. Persons calling at my office can be accommodated with any style and price of Teeth they may desire, but to those who are particular and wish the purest, cleanest, strongest, and most perfect denturo that art can produce, the MINERAL PLATE will be more fully warianted. Booms in this city?No 338 Pennsylvania avenue between 9th and ICth streets. Also, 207 Arch st? Philadelphia. mar4-ly PERSONAL. jVTOTICE.?The p?r?on who left abucgy at the 1 v shop on Prospect street, Georgetown, some time Ago, is requested to call and get it immediate ly or it will be sold to pay charges. ap 15 3t* MRS. CHATHAM. An excellent Clairvoyant, tells the Past, Present and Future on C street, near the depot, over the United States Bakery. ap I4-3t* ______ MEDICAL.?Magn -tism anil Electricity is cur ing chronic and'acute diseases when all other treatments fail. MRS. WREN. 449 K st., between 6th and 7th, Washington. P. S. Ladies attended and boarded during con finement. ap 13 lm* MRS. L. SMITH, an excellent clairvoyant and test medium, 33fc corner of 6th street and Ma.cs. avenue, over grocery, examines diseases, heals by magnetism, sees your dead and living friends, tells their character, eets names, reads the future. Hours from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. ap 11-lm* f ADIBS, ONLY LOOK AT THIB 1-We are now 1^ prepared to do any kind of Embroidery by skil ful hands, on such terms that oannot fail to latiifr. We do your Stamping in elegant style, and no bctchinr, and wish it to be understood that we are sot connected with any other place of the kind in the city, where Stamping Is advertised. BfOur nlace is 391 P street, opposite the Patent Offlee.^M Look out that you do not mistake the street. We daily receive new Patterns for Braid and Embroi dery Just out, and stamp your goods while you wait Machine Stitching neatlydone. fe 18 l>nlt?4 States 10-40 Loan. JAY COOKE A CO., 403 Fifteenth Street, Receive Subscriptions for thb NEW NATIONAL LOAN authorized by act of March 3, 1861, and known as TEN-FORTY BONDS, being redeemable at the pleasure of the Govern nei-t, after ten years, and payable forty years from date in coin, bearing interest at FI\ E PER CENT A YEAR, payable on bonds no over f 1C0 annually, and on large bonds semi-annually, IN COIN. The COUPON BONDS will be issued in f50, $ 100, W00, and 51,000. The REGISTERED BONDS will be issued in *50, fl??, JS00, f 1,0C0, U 00f?, and $10,000. These are the only gold-bearing securities of the Government now procurable at par, and, yielding at preient value of coin OV EB EIGHT PER CBNT PER ANNUM, offer a very desirable investment for large or small sums. We Bay and Sell, at market rates, GOVERNMENT BONDS, OF ALL ISSUES, TREASURY NOTE ?, CERTIFICATES OF INDEBTEDNESS, and COIN, and pay the highest prices for QU ARTKRMASTER'S CERTIFICATE CHECKS. mh 29-tf _JAY COOKE fc CO. IN , acM pur ST. WOODWARD S LIVERY, SALE AND HIRING STABLES, No.47 Nokth Strkkt, Baltimore, Near Saratoga Street. HORSES, CARRIAGES^ HARNESS, Ac., pur chased and sold on commission. The subscriber offers his services to the public, which from long experience and extensive acquaintance gives him superior opportunities. Particular at-? teation given to the selection of Saddle and Har ness Horses. Persons wishing horses shipped in any direction by sending them to my address may relv upon having them promptly attended to with out the personal attention or the owner, thereby saving themselves much time and trouble. Refer to W. D. Wallach, Proprietor Washington 8tar ; Dr. John Gregson, Veterinary Surgeon; Samuel T. Houston, Quartermaster's Department. mh 2a-tf , WHITE VIRGIN WAX OF ANTILLE8?A new French Cosmetic for beautifying, whitening, and preserving the Complexion. It is the most wonderful compound of the age. There is neither chalk, powder, magnesia, bismuth, or tale in its composition, it being composed entirely of pure Virgin Wax?hence its extraordinary qualities for preterviog the skin, making it soft, smooth, fair, and transparent. It makes the old appear young, the homely, handsome; the handsome, more beau tiful. and the most beautiful divine. Price 25 and fiu cents. HUNT'S BLOOM OF ROSES, a most perfect color 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 25 and 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 Rale at A. CROYEAU'S, 171 Baltimore street, Baltimore, and W. B. ENTWiSLE, corner Twelfth street and Pennsylvania ave., Washington D. C. apl-3m BY DIRECTION OF THE SECRETARY OP THB TBBABUBY, I hereby give notice that 1 am prepared to receive subscriptions on account of United States Bonds authorized by the act of March 3.1*64, bearing date March 1. 1864, redeemable at the pleasure of the Government, after ten years, and payable forty yean from date, bearing interest at five per centum a year, payable on Bonds not over one hundred dollars annually, and on all other bonds semi-annually, in coin. Subscribers will receive either Registered or Coupon Bonds, as they maj prefer. Begistered bonds will be issued of the denomina tions ofrifty dollars, ($50.) One Hundred dollars, (f 100,) five Hundred dollars, (9500,) Ooe Thousand de^ars^ (f 1/KJ0,) Five Thousand dollars, ($5J)00,) *" "* J " " Coupon One Hundred dollars, (I100,)Flve Hundred'doilars! and Ten Thousand dollars, (flOjOOO,) and' Coupon Bonds of the denominations of Fifty dollars, ( One Hundred dollars, (1100,) Five Hundred * ($?Tt).)and One Thousand dollars, ($l,ooo.) Subscribers will be required to pay. in addition to the amount of the principal of the Bonds, in lawful money,the accrued interest in coin, (or in United Kates notes, or the notes of National Banks, adding fifty per cent for premium until further notice.) from the first day of March or September, as the case may be, until the day of subscription and payment. Upon receipt of subscriptions I will issue my certificate of deposit therefor in duplicate, the original of which will be forwarded by the sub scriber to the Secretary of the Treasury, Washing ton, with a letter stating the kind, (Registered or Coupon,) and the denomination of bonds required. Upon the receipt of the original Certificate at the Department, the Bonds subscribed for will be transmuted to the subscribers respectively, as soon as the same can be prepared. It is exoected that the first deliveries of Coupon Bonds will be made net later than the fourth (4th) of April. . _ ?. B. SPINNER, mh 26-4W Treagnrsr United States. JV70RTH AMERICAN REVIEW, AniL, 1844. m fl.26. Cohtihts : Theodore Parker; Shaksperian Pronunciation; The Sanitary Commission: 8t. Louis and Join* ville: The Navy of the United States: The Future Supply of Cotton; Carl Bitter :Loval Work in Mis souri; West Point; General McCIellan's Report; Critical Notices; Editorial Note- Letter from the President, FBANC& TAYLOR, ap C Agent. PROPOSALS. i"\RM(ANCE OrFICK. \J WAR Dkpartmbst, Washington, April 6,19fti. Sealed Proposals will be received at this Depart ment until 4 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday, the 4th day of May. 18^4,for *Se delivery of a'l the Wrought Iron Plates and Bh. * ** hereinafter specified, ne cessary to build the following Carriages : For 15-inch (June. 70 Barbette Front Pintle, 3" Barbette Center Pintle, For 10-inch Guns, Ifr'' Casemate Carriages, 201' Front Pintle Barbette, For 8 inch Gun*. 70 Front Pintle Barbette. The parts required for Wrought Iron Barbette aiid Caoemati; Carriages are a? follows : FOR TOP CARKIAC.K. Check-Plates, Braces, Caps. Shoes, Transoms. Guide Hooks, Guide liook Bar, Trunnion Be<ls, Angle Shapes, Bolts. CHASSIS. FRONT AND CENTER PINTLE. Hails, Rail Plates, Rail Chords, Rail Braces, T:ansoms, Angle Iron Floor Cleats. Pintle Tran soms, Transom Washers. Axle Shapes. Fork Shapes, Ilurters, Chassis, Step, Assembling Bolts. CASEMATE CARRIAGE CHASSIS. Parts named before and rail top bars. The number and dimensions of the iron plates Rnd bars for each carriage to be as specified in the bills of iron in ordnance memoranda No. 6. copies of which can be obtained upon application at Wat ertown. Frankford or Alleghany Arsenals,the New York agency, or at this office. Printed schedules, containing the numberof plates and bars required, can be obtained at the ahovo named plaees. On those 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.LED IRON. Check-Plates and Bail-Plates of medium quality of iron, fibre in direction of length, tenacity not Ie?s than 4S,P0i) lbs jer square ineh. Transoms all to be of best quality charcoal flange iron, fibre in direction of length, tenacity not less than 48,i1"0 lbs per square inch. Trunnion Beds to be of best quality of charcoal iron, tenacity not less than 64,000 lbs per square inch. Checks, IBraees, Hurters, and Connter-hurters, all to be of good medium iron. Tenacity not less than 48,0OO lbs per square inch. Rails, Rail Chords, Chassis Braces, Caps and Shoes, and Angle Iron, to be of good quality of well-refined fibrous iron. Tenacity not less than 50.000 lbs per square inch. Axles for 8-inch and 10-inch carriages, and all Traverse Wheel Journals, to be of best charcoal fibrous iron. Tenacity not less than 55,000 lbs per square inch. All Bolts and Rivets to be of bestcbarcoal fibrous iron. Tenacity not less than 58,000 ibs per square inch. HAMMERED IRON. Axles for 15-inch Carriages, and all Fork Shapes, and Tongues for Casemate Carriages, to be of the best charcoal iron. Tenacity no less than 55,000 pounds per square inch. Bidders will specify the date at which they fan commence deliveries, and the rate at whicli they can deliver ep.rh part thereafter. No bids will be received except from parties actually engaged in the manufacture 9I' this or similar kinds 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 as specified by them. Bidders will be required to furnish proper sure ties for the proper performances of the work, and w ill enclose, with tneir bids, the written acknowl edgements of their sureties over their own signa tures. Each party obtaining a contract will be required to enter into bonds with approved sureties for its faithful execution. Upon the award being made, successful bidders will be notified, and furnished with forms of con tract and bnnifc The department reserves the right to reject any or all bids, if not deemed satisfactory. Proposals will be addressed to " Brigadier Gen eral George D. Ramsay. Chief of Ordnauce, Wash ington, D C.," and will be endorsed '? Proposals ft>r wrought iron plates and bars for iron gun car riages " GEO. D. RAMSAY, ap 8-td Brigadier General. Chief of Ordnance. P MAYOR'S OFFICE, April 11. ROPOSALS will be received at the Mayor's Of fice until 12 o'clock m. on Monday, the 18th day of April instant, for the building of a brick culvert across 2d street east, in F street north; the culvert will be_ circular in shape, inside diameter 7 feet, walls 9 inches in thickness, to be laid in the best cement mortar. Bidders will state the price per lineal foot, which shall include all excavation or other expenses in cident to the work. None but practical mechanics need bid. WM. DOUGLAS, ap 12-3teo Commissioner of the Fourth Ward. P MAYOR'S OFFICE, April 11 18-i?. ROPOSAL8 will be received at the Mayor's office until Monday. 18th day of April instant, for paving and grading the carriage-way on C street north, between 4h and f'th streets west . Bidders will state the price per square yard for the stone paving, per cubic yard for the grading. The stone shall be good and uniform in size, and laid in a bed of gooa sharp gravel nine inches in depth, to be wet and rammed three times before being received by the Commissioners. None but practical pavers need app!v. WM. DOUGLAS, Commissioner of the Fourth Ward. JAMEB I'UMPHRKY, THOMAS HAVENER, ap 12 Assistant Commissioners. PM AYORSOF FICE~Apr i 111 ISUT" ROPOSALS will be received at the Mayor's Of fice until 12 rn. on Mon lr>y. lath day of April inst., for continuing the sewer in t>th street w st, from I to L street north. The size of the sewer is six fert in?ide diameter, walls nine inches in thick ness. to be laid in the best cement mortars, the excavation will be about ten feet deep. Bidders will state the price per lineal foot for the main sewer, which shall involve excavation, and filling and making good all gutters, street, Ac., Ac., which may have to be disturbed in executing the work. None but practical mechanics need bid. Specifications can be seen at the City Surveyor's Office. W. DOUGLAS. Commission r Fourth Ward. F. P. MOHUN. C. H. UTERMEHLE, ap 12 Assistant Commissioners. PMAYOR'S OFFICE. April 11. 1864. ROPOSA LS will be received at the Mayor's office until Monday, lHth day of April instant, for pa ving and grading that part of B street north, De tween 7th and 9th. which is not paved; also, for the construction of four sewers, to be located where the Surveyor may direct. Bidders will state the price per square yard for the stone paving, per cubic yard for the grading, per lineal foot for the sewers, which shall include excavation and tilling and m?king good the canal wall. The size of the sewers will be two feet inside diameters, walls nine inches in thickness, to be laid in cemeut mortar The paying to be laid in a bed of sharp gravel nine inches in depth; the stone to be uniform in sire- to be well rammed, and done to the entire satisfaction of the Commissioners. J. T. GARNER. Commissioner Third Ward. PETER BACON, J. H.SEMMES, ap 12 Assistant Commissioners. Pnft^ , ? MAYOR'S OFFICE. April, 1854. ROPOSALS will be received at this office until 12M. on Monday. 18th day of April, instant, for the continuing of the sewer in Ninth street west, from the north side of Massachusetts avenue to the north side of L street north; also, the building of four stench traps. ,wo on the east and two on the west side of Ninth and L streets northialso. the building of a branch sewer, which shall begin at the intersection of L street north and Ninth street west and run west along the center of L street to opposite the center of the alley leading into Square No. 3??9, thence up said alley to such point as the City Surveyor may designate. The size of the main sewer is five feet inside di ameter. The branch sewer will be circular in shape, in side diameter eighteen inches, walls nine inches in thickness. The four stench traps will be simi lar to those at Sixth street west and G street north the average depth of sewer will be about nine feet the work to be laid in cenient mortar. Bidders will state the price per lineal foot for the main sewer, which shall include all excavation and filling reouired. Also, per lineal foot for the branch, which shall include all excavation, filling and repairs of flag footways and gutters, 4c., and per stench trap each, which shall include all exca vation required, under an act approved 23d of May 1863. Specifications can be seen at the City Surveyor's office. None but practical workmen need bid RICHARD WALLACH, Mayor. JOHN T. OAftNKR, Commissioner of the Third Ward. WASHINGTON DRANE, JOHN W. 8CANLIN, *P l-~ Assistant Commissioners. IJNITID STATB8 5-30 BONDS, UNITED8TATE8 T-20 TREASURY NOTES, UNITED STATES COUPONS OF 1881, UNITED STATES CERTIFICATES OF IN DEBTEDNESS, Gold, Silver. Uncurrent Money, Exchange on all parts of Europe and the Northern Oittee, BOUGHT AND SOLD. We are authorised to furnish 5-20 Bonds at par nntil the tat of August next, when the privilege of conversion ceases. Orders for Stocks and Goldexeouted in New York exclusively on commission. RITTENHOUSE. PANT A 00.. jy!2-tf Bankers, 332 Penn. avenue. Roofing felti IOOHM8 VlLTll H. O. WILSON A CO., Foot op Ud St. Wbit, Wabkmqtop, D. 0., . Manufacturers of BOOFING FELT, DRY AND TARRED SHEATH ING, ROOFING CEMENT ud LAMP BLACK, FELT AND CEMENT, Wholesale aad Retail. Dealers supplied on the most liberal terms. Factory?Foot of VA street a***- OMoe?161 Od street, below Fa. attwe. mb ll-3m* IMCN1TI MONEY! M 0 N 1 Y,l M. K. WALSH A CO., LICENSED PA WIf BROKERS, A A No. 8* ? 0 street, between 9th and 10th ste.. Near the Varieties. Money adfisoii on Gold aad Silver Watehee Diamonds. Ladle* aad Gentlemen's Wearing Ap parol. Ac. Ae. lb 11-Pm OR SALE??,?<? extra choice 'hardy Ever Blooming Bosee, Magnolias, Trees, Peoner, Wisterias, Clematite, Orange and Lemon Trees, Parlor Plants. Ac.. Ornamental Trees, Shrubs. Climbing Plants, Evergreens, Fruit Trees, Ac. The collection comprises the most celebrated kinds known in Europe or America. _ A. JARDIN, Florist. lm* 13th at., cor. of MJ TROrOSALS. a a Oiiar QGABTmtASTnlOwaa. J _ . _ Wabhibotob Dbpot. Dee. ?, 1*4. < Pscposals arc Invited by the undar ti^ned for supplying the b. fl. Qauttrmutar'a D? "uiilaitM, D. 0., Baltimore. M4.. Alexaddrfa, and fort Monroe. Va , or sitter of fttfJ/JSSR'v*1** Hay, Corn, Oat* u>) Straw. *111 be received tor the delivery of 8.000 bushels of corn or oata ud <P ton* of hir or straw, and upwards. Bidders must stateat which of tie above-named points they propose to ma*e deliveries, and the rate# at which they will make deliveries thereat, the quantity of each article proposed to be deliv ered, the time when aald deliveries shall be com menced, uid when to be completed. f he price murt be written out in worda on the bida. Oom to be put ap in rood stont aacks, of about two boahelaeach. Cats in like aacks of abont three bushels each. The sacks to be tarnished without extra cnarge to the Government. The hay and straw to be atcnreiy baled. The particuicr kind or description of oats, corn, hay or straw proposed to be delivered most be stated in the proposals. ?11 tie articles offered under the bids herein in vited will be subject to a rigid inspection* by the Government Inspector before being accepted. Contra eta will be awarded from time to time to the lowest responsible bidder, as the Interest of ths Government may require and payment will be mad* when the whole amount contracted for ahall have been delivered and acoepted. The bidder will be required to aooompany His proposal with a guaranty, signed by two responsi ole persons that In ease his bid is acoepted he or they will, witain ten days thereafter, execute the contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties is a sum squal to the amount of the con tract. to deliver the forage proposed in conformity with the terms of this advertisement; and 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 next lowest respon sible bidder, or the person to whom the oontraot may be awarded. The responsibility of the guarantors must bo ?hown by the official 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. ?11 bidders will be duly notified of the acceptance ortrejection of their proposals. The tall name and P. 0. address of each bidder must be legibly written in the proposal. Proposals must be addressed to Brie. Gen. D H, Bucker, Chief Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D. 0.. and should bo plainly marked "Proposals ?Bonda^n a sum equal to the amount of the con tract. signed by the contractor and both of his guarantors, will be required of the successful bid der or bidders upon signing the oontraot. Blank forms of bids, guarantees, and bond* .may bo obtained u*on application at this office, jTOBM Of PROPOSAL. (Town, County and State) (Date) I, the subscriber, d? hpreby propose to furnish ana deliver to the United States, at the Quarter master's Department at , agreeably to the terms of your advertisement, inviting proposals for forage, dated Washington Depot, Dec. 8, 1868, tne following articles, vis : ? bushels of Corn, in sacks, at per bushel of 16pounds bushels of Oats, in sacks, at ? per bushel of S3 pounds _ tons of baled Hay, at per ton of 1,000 pounds tons of baled Straw, at ? per ton of 1,000 pounds. Delivery to commence on or before the day of , 186 , and to be completed on or before the day of , 186 , and pledge myself to enter into a written contract with the United States, with good and approved securities within the space of ten days after being notified that my hid has been accepted. Your obedient servant. Brigadier General D. HJinexsm, General Depot Quartermaster. Washington, D. O, GUARATY. We, the undersigned, residents of , in the County of . and State of . hereby. Jointly and severally, covenant with the United Btatee, and guarantee in ease the foregoing bid of ? be acoepted. that ho or they will, within ten days after the acceptance of said bid, execute the contract for the same with good and sufficient sureties, in a sum equal to the amount of the con tract, to furnish the forage proposed in conformity to the terms of advertisement dated December 8, 1863, under which the bid was made, and, in case the said . shall fail to enter Into a contract as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the differ ence between the offer by aaid and the next lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded. Given under our hand! and seals this ? day of f&U I hereby certify that, to the best of my know ledge and belief, the above-named guarantors >re good and sufficient as sureties for the amount for which tkey offer to be security. To be - .lfled by the United States Distriot At torney, Collector of Customs, or any other officer under the United States Government, or respon sible person known to this office. D. H. BUCKBR, de 9-tt Brig. Gen, and Q M. i IBDNANONOFFIOB. \J War Dbpabtmbbt. WafhinKton, D. C.% March 28, 1864, Sbalbd Proposals will be received .*t this office until WBDNB8DAY, April 77th, at i v m., for 100,000 sets of Infantry Accoutrements, calibre 13, to be delivered in the following quantities at the undernamed Arsenals, vis: 30.000 sets at the New York Arsenal, Governor's Island. 20,000 sets at the Frankfort Arsenal, Brldesburg. Pa. 30,000 " " Alleghany ?? Pittsburg, Pa, 23.000 " " 8t. Louis " St. Louis, Mo. These accoutrements are to be made in strict con formity with the new pattern sets to be seen at the Alleghany, New York, rrankford, St. Louis, Water vliet, Water town, and Washington Arsenals, and the Springfield Armory. They are to be subject to Inspection at the Arsenal where delivered, before being received for the Government. None are to be accepted or paid for but such as are approved upon inspection. The belts to be of grained leath er , and all the stock to be the best oak tanned. The shoulder belt will be included in the set. Deliveries must be made in lots of not less than one-fifteenth (1-16) per week of the whole number contracted for; the first delivery to be made on the list day of May. Failure to make deliveries at a specified time will subject the contractor to a forfeiture of the number he may fail to deliver at that time. The accoutrements must be boxed in the usual manner; the boxes to be charged at cost, to be de termined by the inspector. Bidders will state explicity the Arsenal or Arse nals, where they propose to deliver, and the num bers ef sets they propose to deliver at each plaoe, if for more than one. No bids will be considered from parties other than regular manufacturers, and such as are kc own to tbis Department to be fully competent toexe cnte in their own shops the work proposed for. Should any party obtaining a contract oner accou trements other than those made in bis own shops, they will be rejected, and the contrsct rendered null and void. Bidders will enclose with their bids the written acknowledgments of their sureties over their own signatures. Bach party obtaining a oontraot.will bo obliged to enter into bond with approved sureties for its faithful execution. Upon the award being made, successful bidders will be notified, and furnished with forms of con tract and bond. The Department reeerves the right to reject any or all bids, if not deemed satisfactory. Proposals will be addressed to "Brigadier Gene ral George D. Bam say, Chief of Ordnance, Wash ington, D. C.,"and endorsed "Proposals for Infan try Accoutrements." GBOBGB D. RAMSAY. mh26-eotd Brig. Gen.. Chief of Ordnance. CHLBF QUABTBBMABTB B'S OBFIOB, Dbpot op Wabbibqtob, WmtXingtcm, JJ. C? January 4,1864. \ All dealers in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber, beat er, Officr Furniture.Harness, and Saddlery, aro re quested to send to this office, on the MONDAY of each week, a sealed propoeal or list, t* duplicate,ot the articles they aro prepared to furnish to this Denot atsl ort notice, with the price of each mark ea im plain figures, so that, in ease the exigencies ?L of the servioe^equire it,the artiejeor artioleecan ishl 00 !Um orning. . Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster, be obtained without delay, and at the lowest price. Dealers wishing to sell to this Depot will be re Joired to tarnish the list punctually every Mon ey morning. D. H. RUCH.BR, Brigadier General and Ohlef Quarterns Jaf-tf Depot of Washington. 3,000 H0R8BS WANTBD. o.. J&arBSJkSrXS}Aft V tdK&WWv-.- - ?^Kor^Bto lM poses. These specifications will be strictly adkertd to and rigidly tnforted in every particular. Payment nude on delivery of ten (10) and oyer. Hours of inspection fron^a^m^, to Lieut Colonel and Chief Quartermaster, mhf-SCt Cavalry Bureau. IDKNITURIi FURNITURE. % OAK AND WALNUT OVVIOl TABLBS, ABM CHAIBB, COCOA MATTING, BXTBNBION DINING TABLES, OOTTAQB 8BTB, &.O., Ac. Wo have on hand at our Ware looms (In the rear of the Auction Booms), a largo stock of the above, together with a general assortment of HOUBBHOLD FURNITUBB, Which we) are determined to eloee out at a very small advance for cash. 100 Patbnt abmt oottb. W. It. WALL * OO., south corner Ninth and Penn. ave. IcW tOhronice.) ROOTS AND SHOBS D TO SUIT THB TIMHS. We are now manufacturing all kinds of BOOTS and SHOBS, end constantly receiving a sup articles. PROPOSALS. U M1TXO 8 T ATE S HAIL. OVERLAND CALIFORNIA ROUTE. POS* OFVICS DCPIRTMIITT, / *asht:i*ton City Mercs ?i, 1H64 [ PnOPCSiLH will be re< fiT<-d ?t tbe Contract Offioe rf ibis I'?i.artBif at until 3 p. ra., June 14,1854. <to be Ceclded next day,) for oonveying the mail* of the United States in tbe State of Kaxsas and the Territories cf Colorado, Utau. wid Nicvadi. from tte lit of October, iat-1, to the 30th of September, 1&9. inclusive, oa the routes and by the schedules of departures anl arrival* herein specified, consti tuting the overland rout" t j California. KANSAS. Route No. 14,260-Prom Atchisoa, Sanui, or Saint Joseph, Missouri, to Salt Lake City. Utah 'territory. 1220 miles and back. daily, supply itfC Fur.h officer a* may be on the ronte. Schedule from 1st of Arril to lil of December, (8 months.) Lrave Atchlsmor faint Joseph daily, at 8 a. m; Arrive at Salt Lake City eleventh day. by 11a. m? {243 hours;) Leave Salt Lake Oitykfaily, At 10 a. m ; Arrive at Atchison or Saint Joseph eleventh day, by 1 p m.. (243 houn;) Schedule from lit of December to lit (J April, (I months > Leave Atchison or Saint Joseph daily, at 8 a m.; Arrive at Salt Lake vity fourteenth day, by J a. m., (3(16 hours;) Leave Salt Lake City daily, at 7 p. m.; Arrive at Atchison or Saint Joseph fourteenth day. by 1p.m.. (fOfl hours;) bids to extend the daily service from Salt Lake City, by Virginia City, to Folsom, 698 miles furth er, supplying such offices as are on the route, and supplying Denver, Colorado Territory, daily, by tbe most direct ronte, forming due connection* with the main line, will he oonsldered. If service on this routs, as extended, be let, that on routes Nos. 14,826 and 18.761 will not be. The accepted bidder will have the privilege to commence serviee on the 1st July, 1864. N. B ?Tbe paper and document mail for the Pacific coast to be sent by sea. UTAH TBBBTTOBY. Route No. 14,626?Picm Salt Lake City to Virginia Oity, Nevada Territory, 598 miles and Back, daily, supplying such offices as may be on the route. Schedule from lit of April to lit of December,(8 months.) Leave Salt Lake City daily, at 1 p. m,; Arrive at Virginia Oity sixth day, by 11 a. m., (118 hours;) L?ave Virginia Oity daily, at 10 a m.; Arrive at Salt Lake Oity sixth day, by 8 a. m.; (118 hours;) Schedule from 1st (J December to 1st af April (i _ months.) Leave Bait Lake Oity daily, at 8 ft. m.; Arrive at Virginia City seventh day, by 1 a. m., (189 hours;) Leave Virginia Oity daily, at K> p. m.; Arrive at Bait Lake Oity seventh day, by | p. m., (189 hours.) If the extended service Invited on route 14,960 be let to contract, service on this route will not ba. NEVADA TERRITORY. Route No.18.761?from Virginia Oity to FolsomCity, California, 140 miles and back, daily, sup plying such offices as may be on the ronte. Schedule from 1st of April to 1st of December (8 months.) Leave Virginia Oity daily, at 13m,; Arrive at Folsom Oity n?xt day, by 11 a. m? (23 hours;) Leave Felsom Oity daily, at 10 a. m.; Arrive at Virginia Oity next day, by 9 a. m., (IS hours,) Schedule from lit of December to 1st of April (4 months.) Leave Virginia City daily, at 2 a. m.; Arrive at Folsom Oity next day, by 1 p. m,t (SB hours;) Leave Folsom Oity daily,at 10 a. m.; Arrive at Virginia Oity next day, at 9 p. m ,(31 hours ). If the extended serviee invited on route 14,960 bg let to contraet, service oa this route will not be. NOTES. Each route must be bid for separately, with sep al ate guarantee and certificate, and must provide lor the conveyance of the mail ''with celerity, cer tainty, and tecurity," using the terms of the law. It will be perceived that the schedules for the running time are arranged so as to form one oob ticuous line from Atchison. Kansas, or St. Joseph. Mitsonri, to Folsom Oity and tack, conveying the mail, each vav, in 16 days, eight months in the year; and in 20 days four months in the year. For form of proposal, guarantee, and certificate1 and for instructions, requirements, 4tc .bidders are referred to the pamphlet advertisement of October 16, 1863, at tbe principal post offices. Bidders should be careful to post-pay bids. mhl?3 M. BLAIR. Postmaster General M ALL STORE8, Ac. Navy Dkpahtm*?t, Bureau cf Provisions and Clothing, March 26, 1864. Szpaxatk Pbopo'alh, sealed and endorsed "Pro posals for Small Stores, Ac.," will be received at this office until 12 o'clock m.. on the 16th day of April next, for furnishing and delivering ion re ceiving ten days' notice) at the United States navy yards at Cfcarlestown. Massachusetts, and Brook lyn, New York, in such numbers and quantities and at ruoh times as may be specified by the Chief of this bureau, or by the commandants of the said navy yards, respectively, during the remainder ot the fiscal year ending on the 80th day of Jnne, 1S54, the numbers and quantities of the different arti cles, and at the places specified in the following list, vis: C harlestown. Brooklyn Salt water Soap. lbs . BO.O'H) 85.000 Thread, black and white,lbs 900 ],<>?) Riband, hat. pieces 8,000 Tape, white, pieoes 4,too 4,000 Tape, black, pieces 3.000 1,000 B pools cotton ? 6,000 12,000 Bilk, sewing, lbs ... jno 000 Pocket handkerchiefs - .? 8,800 21,500 Needles, sewing, papers 1,000 14,000 Thimbles ..3,000 3.000 Jack-knives 2,500 Scissors .. 1,400 2.500 Razors? -? 500 8,000 Razor strops 18,oco l,t00 Shaving boxes 1,900 13,800 Shaving brushes ? ... .2,000 9,000 Shaving soap,cakes ... 6,000 20.000 Serub brushes... 2,000 9,000 Blaeking brushes. 1,000 3,000 Whisk biooms ...? 1,000 2,000 Eagle coat buttons, dozen .... 500 ? Eagle medium buttons, dozen.? 800 Bade vest buttons, dozen 1,000 ? D. E. buttons, dozen 5 000 90 000 Fine combs ?.. 4,000 18,000 Coarse combs _ 4,000 20.000 Spoone ?. fioo 18,000 Forks...., 2.800 2,500 Blacking boxes . 6,00" 40,000 O&c openers...? ? COO ? Steartne candles, lbs ,60,000 ? Oners may be made tor one or D?r? articles, at the optknef the bidder.and in case more than one article is contained in the offer the Chief of tbe Bureau wil> have the right to accept one or more ot the articles contained in such offet and reject the remainder. Th' prices must be uniform, and offers must embrace all erf any one or more of tht articles deliverable at all the stations. For the description of articles in the above list bidders are referred to the samples at the said Navy lards, and to the advertisement of this Bnreau dated August 18th, 1863. and for informa tion as to the laws and regulations (in pamphlet form) regardidg contracts, to the offices of the sev eral commandants of Navy Yards and Navy Agents. Blank forms cf prcposals may b* obtained on tp plication to the navy agents at Portsmouth, New Hampshire; boston. New York, Philadelphia, Balti more. and at this Bureau. mh26-law4w *64. S A V Y SUPPLIES, Nav? Dipartmkhy, Bureau of Provisions and Clothing, N March 19, 1864. ( Sbpabate Proposals, sealed and endorsed "Pro posals for Navy Supplies," will he received at this bureau until 19 o'clock m , on TUESBAY, the 19th day of April next, for furnishing and delivering (on receiving ten days' notice at the Unitsd States Navy Yards at Oharlestown, Massachusetts, Brook lyn. New York, and Philadepaia Pennsylvania, in such quantities only and at such times as may be required er ordered by the Chief of this Bnreau, or by the Commandants of the said Navy Yards, respectively, duiing the remainder of the fiscal year ending June 80, 1864, the quantities of the different articles and at the places specified in the following list, viz: Charleston*. Brooklyn. Philadelphia. Bice, lbs 80,000 75,000 Dried Apples, lbs.. 58.000 80,000 Sugar, lbs ?8 000 280,000 Tea, lbs 3,000 1,700 Coffee, lbs ? 100,000 Beans, galls 30 000 ?,<00 13.500 Molasses, galls.. ...16,000 7.000 Vinegar, galls 19.000 Be par ate offers must be made for each article at each of the aforesaid navy yards: and in ease more than one artlele is contained in the offer, the Ohief of the Bureau will have the right to acoept one or more of the articles contained In such offer, and reject the remainder. For the deecriptioa of articles in the above list bidders are referred to the samples at the said navy yards, and to the advertisement of this Bureau dated June 18.186$, and for information as to the lawsjand regulations (in pamphlet form) regarding contracts, to the offices of the several Commandants of Navy Yards and Navy Agents. Blank forms of proposals may obtained on ap plication to the navy agenss at Portsmouth, Neto Hampshire, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Balti more, and at this Bureau. inhl9-law4w IMPBOYE YOUR AAA, nJ* BYBflGHT by the use of the celebrated PEBBLE awl PERISOOPIO SPECTACLES, acknowledged as the bast for Btrmtthmmg and Preserving the Impaired Eyesight, scisntifically and correctly suited, by PEANELIN 4 00., Opticians, 144 Pennsylvania avaane,bet. 19th and 18th sts., S86 Pennsylvania avenue, under National Hotel. WIELD GLA88X8, OP MR A GLASSES, MICROSCOPES, THERMOMETERS, STEREOSCOPES, PHOTOGRAPH ALB UMS CARTES DM V181TX, ???. la a great variety, aad at the lowest prices. Jal8-tr , NEW ATTRACTION, i Nnt-?US? tttijtwi IB 7th ItTMte I HAVE OPiNBD THE LARGEST, FINEST, AND CHEAPEST, BOOT AND SHOE STORE lajUMMrtty of Washington, with a very extensive y Style and Quality, at ^ricsi torait every. IHook, GENTS. ___ Of every Style and body No. SIT Tth street. In' nol> Ajgaat variatyof^MlIl j |\1. JOHNBTON, U flALTIMOKJ/ OFPICR No. ? SOUTH f FilD? Bici?8TBKBV THE ONLY PHYSICIAN ADVERTISING, Bii discovered the moat C'.rtam, 8pe< dv and Iff* taal IUa.?dy u> tie worVi ior Bne?-ay * LISkABBS OF IMIBGCRNCB xtlief in Six HewsNo Tr^tim* ' PersonsRuined by Ignorant Pretenderor by Deadly Poison Mrreury, should apply . immediately. ACVRB?t?R*I.T*n ligOrfHfRVM 1M Weakness of the Back, Involuntary Dlschargai. Strictures, Affections of tka Kidney- and Bladder Impotency. General Debility, Nervousness. Dv? IfFfc Lf^oor, Low Spirits, Confusion or ideas. Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling Dimnessff Bight or Giddiness. Disease of the Ileal' Tkroat Nose or Skin, Affections of the Lira*4 Lungs, Btomack Or Bowels-thoae Terrible Disor^ ders arising from Solitary Habits of Youtk-th? ??0*?**nd piacticea more fatal to their victims than the song of Byrena to the mariner!of Rlyssus, blighting their most briJliant hones o* bie rend*rin? marriage. Ac., impoasi " . ? w JO UNO MEN RepeeiaUy, who have become the victims of loll, tary v ice .that dreadful and destructive habit wairh annually a weens to aa an timely grave thousands of Young Men or the moat exalted talent and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise have entranced lio toning Ben ate a with the thunder* of eloquenoe ot TAKB PARTICULAR NOTICE. These are some of the sad and melancholy efforts jrodncjjd by early habita of youth, rfsTweakSX of the Back and Limbs, Pain in tha Head Rim new wi lav ijkk idu liimra, rain in me Head Dimnei* of 81ght, Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepey, Nervous Irritability. De rangement of tha Digestive Functions. General la bility, Symptoms ofOonsumptiou, It a. MagTALivy.?The fearful effects on tha mind ara ?uck to be dreaded?Loas of Memory, Oonfusioa of Ideas, Depression of Spirits, Rvll Forebodiaaa. arBAipy' 8?i^i>i*tru*t' o' soiT ? . . _ ' marriage. married Persons, ot yonng men ao ntemnlatln marriage, aware of Physical Weakneaa OmuIa Ha who places himself under tha care of 0 J s ssf'jvwaasr1: ?"^a?a?4H??Vo ha&TJI?* ?J Dr. Johnston's marvelous treatment. Weak ""?? Bfc. fiS, All impediments to marriage, Physical or Mental Disqualifications, Lou of Procreative Power Ner vous Irritability,Tremblings,and Weakness or *5. kaustion of tka most fearful kind, speedily cured* Member of Ue^'yafc^lfege of Burgeons, Loa* don, Graduate from one of the most eminent Ool leges in the United States, and the greater part of whose life has been spent in the hospitals of Lon don,Puis, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected estt? Krssfessessftt r;a 5n!KS%J?J3iM CSmSm^ ?????? V v . YOUNG MEN 7* f laJurad themselves oy a certain practice indulged in whan alone?a habit frequently learned from evil companiona. or at sohaol, the effects of which ara nightly felt, even when asleep, and If not oared readers marriage impossible, and destroys w\,m? ?!Ld m?-/' l"?"ld ?PF'F immediately/^ What a pity that a young man, the hone orhig country and darling of his parents, should ka "ftoijd from all the prospecfrand enjoyments ol life by the conseuuenoa of usviation from the patk of nature and indulging in a certain secret kabit. Such persons muB^befWe concernplatiag reflect that a sound mind and b'odi are the aosl necessary requisites to promote connubial haani ness indeed, without these the Journey tkrouafc hfe beccmes a weary pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darken* to the view: the mind Deo*me* shadowed with despair and filled witMlhe melan Sw? I*^ e?}i?M ***** ^he happiness of another ia bligLted with our own. _ DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. When the misguided an?f imprudent rotary ot Rleascre finds he nas imbibed the seedeef this pain il dia^are, It often happecs that ar il!-timi?d sens# of shame or dread cf discovery deterr him from ay plying to tfcose who. from education and respecta bility, can alone befriend kim. He fails into tfc? hands of ignorant acd designing pretenders, vrho, incapable of enring, filch his pecuniary substisce, keep him trifling motth after month, cr te long aa tre smallest fee ran be obtained, and in despair leave him with -uinedhea'th to sigh over his gall~ lng disappoint ^ent; or, by the use of that deadly poison. Mercury, hasten the constitutional symp. toms of this terrible disease such as Affections of Bead. Throat. Nose, Skin, eto., progressing w>tk frightful rapidity until death puts an endt? his dreadful sufferings by sending him to that un discovered country r ->m whore bourne no traveler returns. OFFICJ T BOUTH rBKDIRICS BTRI1T, left band side going from Baltimore street, a re# doors from the corner. Fail not to observe nsraa and number. K^No letter* received unless post-paid and con taining a stamp to be used on the reply. Person! writing should state ape. and send portion of ad vertiiemeo t describing symptoms. The Dr.'s Diploma hnnts in ki$ OJHtt. mim IN DOBS KM IN T OF TR1 PBKSS. -E5?. If*. cured at this institatioa withia^ha last twenty years, and tke numerous important Surgical Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of "The Sun" and many other papers, notioes of which have an Bared again and again before the public besides 1 "t*11..'11* M * gentleman of character and re flected * ?u?oient caarantee to the af SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. * J* S*ly glCBKT DIB1ASXS I BKOBKT DISJU^H IAMABIT AN '8 G I SAMARITAN'S GIFT! TH1 MOST OKBTAIN BKMBDY 1VU UBlD "Yes,A Positivs Cure"for GONORRHCEA, GLEET. STRICTURES, 4; Contains no Mineral, no Balsam,no Mercury. Only Ten Pilli to be Taken to EJfert a Curt They are entirely vegetable. having no smell net any unpleasant taste, and will not in any way in jure the stonach or bowels of the most delioate . Onres in from two to four days, and reoent cased ia twenty-four hours. 1 Prepared by a gradu&ui of the University of Pennsylvania, one offhe most eminent Doctors and Chemists of the present dar. raonBL*. ao change whatbvcb Let those who have despaired of getting cured. Meretu try th^11 *or*#d with Oopavia, ^ a ' SAMARITAN1 S GIFT. Beat by mail in a plain envelope. Prloe?Male packages, }i. Female, 93. BLOOD! BLOOD 11 BLOOD III SCBOPULA, ULOBBB. 80BKB, SPOTS, TKTTIRf, SOALaB. BOILS. BYPHILIB oA YM N1BBAL DIBKABKS, Ac SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB J U1CES. Is offered the public as a positive cure BYPHILIB OB vAlRlAL DlUASlS the SA MARITAN'S ROOT AND H1RB JUIorf, is tha most potint, otrtAtn and effectual remedy ever prescribed; it reaches and eradioates every particle of the venereal poison, so that tke cure ia tkorougk and permanent. Take then of tkis purifying rema Je kealed, sad do no', transmit to your pos terity that for * ?ffe yearg. 5SU^?OTJ!^,iS5S,S?3i?? FRMALRS I F1MALRB IF In many affections wltk which numbers of F?~ male1 suffer, the ROOT ANDHXRB JUIOKS is most haaplly adapted, la Uloerated Uterua, ia White#, in bearin* down,. Falling of tka Womb, Debility, and for afi complainta incident to tke sex! for*?e expreM' prio? S1 e bottle, or 8 bottles SAMARITAN'S OHANORR WASH. M cents. Full directions. 0?* C0" 301 191 PhiUd?1?kI* BoM by S. OALYRRT FORD, oorner of lltk aa a?* IT60U?. HRNRY POOR, Alexandria. aiayfl-tf CONFIDENTIAL. OUNG MBN who have injured themselves by certain secret kabits which unfit them tor buiaesa. pleasure, or the duties of married life; also middle aged or old men, who, from tke follies of youtk or otker causes, feel a debility ia advance of their years, before placing themselves under the treat 5?entof any one, should first read " THH 810 BIT ? FRIKND. Married Ladies will leara something Of importance by perusing " The Secret Friend." Beat to aay address, in a sealed eaveiope oa ra* aeiptof TenOents. Address ^ ^ . Da. OH AS. A. STUART ft 00., de 14-ly Boston. Mass. A DAMS RXPRRSS OOMPANT. A OFFIOB *14 PA. AYRWUR, Washington, D. A .WE" MRROHADIBR, MONBY. JBWRLRY, YALU Forwarded wltk BAFBTY AND DIBPAtOB^o ail aoceesible sections of tke oountry. Tkis Com baa v age Mies la tke priacipal Railway Towas la HORTH, RABT, WRBT, AMD NORTHW1 Owaeetioas are mada at Mew York aad Bostoa, 0|lleetionof NOT IB, DRAFTS ^ad RILLS KillIJL BRSSytsr&.o. IOHNBTON'8 AGRICULTURAL 0HRMI8TRT ?? Wood* Agriealtural Okemlstry: Londoa. Okaptal's Agricultural Okemistry, Lieng 1 Agricultural Oksmistry. LieMa's Principles of Agriealtural Okemistry. Preachs Vara Draiaage. Deep-Laad Culture. By Heary Btepheas; Loa* doa. Stepkeas' Manual af Practical Draiaage: Lea don. D1 taking and Draiaiag Tables: Load on. Donald? Land Drainage: London. Strackan's Tables oa Drainage: London. mkTT fRANOR TAYLOR., -WANG, fHE_G

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