Newspaper of Evening Star, April 19, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 19, 1864 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR SOUTHERN SEWS. Great Flood in tlie James Hirer?Rebel Estimate of the Strength of Grant's Army. "'?"'?hmond papers of the 12th instant, have -ed. There h-&d been a great flood been recei .. "- ^omattox rivers, and co rn the James and a?, . the Qf ^ pious accounts are given i?* ,r? daffiuge to public and private proper {? Prom Northern Georgia. DaMC*, *frtI Miry 2. Walker, I Surgeon of the 53d Ohio, was captured by our , pickets yesterday. She is qnite spriehtly.con- j verses fluently, and says that she only wished to deliver letters to the pickets. It is reported upon good authority that Grier son attacked Forrest near Summerville, on the ? 6th inst., and was handsomely repulfed. Rebel Torpedo Boat David Sunk. [From the Petersburg (Va.) Express Ap1" ,j 6 i It is believed at the Navy Departme' V Lieutenant Dixon and his little torpr do boatv rhe David, lie side by side with the T\oasatonic \l ?f the water. Theb' hipsucked Jie little one down with her. was over in live minutes. Strength of Grf .___ 'lTis?tisfa^torny?D'*-1 Examiner, April 11.] veVreceived n ' ascertained that Grant has "o lar the acce' j organized re-inforcements. VnrfhVrnV?' ^lon w the enemy's forces in .ginla has been furloughed men, ?inn'inconsiderable. In there-organiza hrie-s -* grant's army there are enumerated 32 Yp J1?** which, estimating the average of the r .okee regiments at three hundred and fifty .4en, would give Grant about forty.foar thou imnd infantry. These figures are not the re sult of idle speculation, bnt of an investiga tion, the full particulars of which we need not give here. It is supposed that Grant can. not conveniently or prudently draw any large reinforcements from Tennessee or Mississippi, as he certainly could not replace his garrisons In the West by colored troops or other indiffer ?mt material. He will have to look for rein forcements from unimportant posts in the North and from his coastlines, and from these if he draws twenty thousand men he will have gone to theextentof his present resources. EST" In a letter to the London Times, Mr. W. C. Burder, of Clifton, recommends the adop tion of the following plan for the ventilating Of bed rooms:?" If a tuba which has direct commnnication with the external air, and its internal opening near the sleeper, be sufficient ly long and thin?either In coils or elongated? to allow Uie air in passing through it to attain the same temperature as the average air of the room, a person lying in bed may breathe pure air all night without suffering from draughts, and, Indeed, he may so manage the sinrple machinery by which the air is conveyed to him that "he shall only perceive a delightful fresh ness in the air. I have tried the plan, and fonnd it answer. Recruite Wanted TO TILL ma quota or thb DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA* BOUNTY POR~VETERANS. 'i VHI ?t which will to paid In tdmci. BOUNTY TOR n!w BEOBUITB. "9 laa* oi which will b* paid ii adniM, BOUBTT TOB COLO BAD BBOBUITS, WOO, Paid ia advance. PERSONS WISHING} TO ENLIBT Will apply to any of tke following RECRUITING OFFICERS: S. B. BABBB. Baglne Hall, n?ar the Market, oa Pennsylvania ?Tone, between Seventh and Ninth street*. J. O. HTDB, Oorner of fourteenth and Now Tork ovens*. O. A. BBABBBT, M street, near corner of Nineteenth and P*nn ?ylvauia avenue. J. O. PABKBB, Corner of High and Dnnbaron streets, George C. 0. LANGLBY, Navy Yard Bridge, kao been appointed Recruiting Officer. HBNBT A. BOHBBTZ, Captain and Frovoot Marahal, I tt-tf District of Columbia. ?A] f.jO.OOO WORTH fH *61 BOOTS AND SHOES Have Arrived at HEILBRUN'S BARGAIN STORE, 306 Seventh Street, Adjoining Odd Fellows' Hall. The stock consists of all sorts and styles of Bal moral, Gaiters, Boots. Ties, Pumps, Slippers for men, ladies, misses and children, which will be oold at last year's prices. Any Shoes not giving satisfaction will be mend ed free of charge. No trouble to show goods. Wholesale rooms in the basement. ap 8-2w* 306 Seventh street. PUBLIC STOREHOUSE, (Covering Half an Acre of Ground,) COMMERCIAL BUILDING. PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MARKET HOUSE. JOHN F ARRELL. Bole Agency for WILLIAM OLAGBTT A CO.'B Baltimore CBLBBBATBD ALB AND FOBTBB, in Barrels, Haifa and Bottles. Agency for M. F. BBBD'B NBW TORK M. P. XX ALB. Adapted for Bxport Trad*. Warranted to kaetln any Climate, Ageney for McKNIOHTA SON'S, Albany,N.Y? CBLBBBATBD MALT ALB AND WINB BIT Ageney for OBAN NIB A TAYLOB'8, of Balti more, CBLBBBATBD OABBBD OYBTBBB, 00 VB, SFIOBD, Ac. Ageney for TBLBQBAPH PLOUB MILLS, BAL TIMOBB, all the Family, Bxtra. Super and Fine Brands. Ageney for ALDBIOH A YBBKB8, of Philadel phia, for all their veil known Brands of FI0KLB3, PBB8BRVBB, JELLIES, BPABKLINQ CHAM PAONB C1DBB. Ageney for BBADFOBD A MULLEN '8, BOSTOft MABB., FATBNT ABMY CHAIBB AND OOTB. Ageney for the CBLBBBATBD KBNTCCKY WHIBKBY, THB 0BB8CBNT XX BBAND, TUB DIAMOND OOFFBBDISTILLED. Also, the Baltimore OLD BYB " WELB7 BBAND." Of these wo are Instructed to "sell oat" to largo fcayei a at elose prices, as the owners intend to keep * uniform and unlimited supply on hand. Ageney of the NBW YORK AND HUDSON NAV IGATION COMPANY. Prom this Company we are la weekly reeeipt o Cargoes of Hay, Brick, Grain, Potatoes, Ae., and Morth River Produee, all of which will be offered t? the Trado in Cargo Lota. - BALES BTBICTLVON COMMISSION. LOUISIANA AVENUE, BBTWEEN NINTH AND TENTH STREETS, ap?-lm WASHINGTON, D. 0. O. W. BOTH.KB. JKO. W* BOTILIB. C. W. BOTELEE A SO*, IMPORTS!! 8, WHOLESALE AND RE* AIL DEALERS IV CHINA, GLASS, AND CROCKERY WABJI, TABLB CUTLERY, BILYBB-PLATBB WARE, BBITTABIA WABE. BLOCK TIN GOODS, TIN OHAMBBB BBTB, OOAL OIL LAMPil, JAPANNED WAITERS, DOOR MATTB, FBATBBB DUSTERS, BBUBHBS, WOOD WARE, AND HOUSEKEEPING ARTICLES GENERALLY. tar HOUSES, HOTELS, AND BTBAMBOATS FURNISHED AT BHORT NOTICE, SIS, IRON HALL. PENNSYLVANIA ANENUB, f?n-?ofa between >th aa410*1 da, Officii War Dtpuriy-ent, Adjutant General's Office, 1 . ? ,, '? as^tnff'on, March 17,18W. | mlt.Lr?llcaV?? for leaves of absence or per. to visit Washington mast be addressed o Major General Halleck, Chief of StafT, and must specify the business for which the officer aesireg the permission. Telegrams addressed .i6.ct 40 tbe Secretary of War on thia subject ?WU1 receive no atten-tion. By order of the Secretary of War: E. D Assistant Adjutant General fc 1. ? Ue^dQvar'rrs Military Diitrict qf Washington, ) Washington, D. C., February 18, ISM. J G'jierai Orders So. 3.?Col. T. Ingraham, 38th Massachusetts volunteers, is hereby detailed rjt Provost Marshal of the Military District of Washington. He will be respected and obeyed accordingly. By command of Brig. Gen. Martlndele. John P. Shurbubnb, re lG-tf Assistant Adjutant General. Passes ?? Visit the Army ef the Pstmie. 1. Applications must be made at the office of Majer Louis H. Pelouze, No. 203 F street, be tween l?th and 18th streets, between 11 a. m. and 1 p. m., except Sundays. Major Pelouze 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. Townshnd, Assistant Adjutant General. DENTISTRY. ~ {^REAL DISCOVERY IN DENTISTRY. Teeth ty,acted leftist Juin vitk :ht M?kri:e %f person* having teethViex 'ndhave office, \ I I and hlr*ni taken out by this M*j Process. Also oall andt examine the Doctor's new ami im proved method of Inserting A tificial Teeth. II 2!3,Cie?.Me the great improvement in his teeth , ST? them in 110 other style than taiB nen mh ffiS Xet?0'24a'Pl- *Tenae'We0n nov? S. R. LEWIE, M. P., Dentist. IV'T T? E E T H ?Jf ? ? i_the Inventor and Patente< of the MINERAL PLATE TEETH, at tends wersonally at his office in this J'ty ? Many persons can -wear these teeth who cannot wear others, and no ' '?* person can wear others who cannot wear these. "ersous calling&t 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 mo?t perfect denture tha1 art can produce, the MINERAL PLATE wiil b< more fully warranted. Booms In this city?No 338 Pennsylvania %venu< ??*7?een 9th and 10th streets. Also, 907 Arch st, Philadelphia. marl-ly PEKSONAL. iV TICE.?The person who left a buegy at th< r". snop on Prospect street, Georgetown, rami time ago, is requested to call and get it immediate ly or it will be sold to pay charges. ap 15 3t* M?S. CHATHAM, An excellent Clairvoyant tells the Past, Present and Future on C street near the depot, over the United States Bak?ry. ap 14 3t" ? |Y| EDICAi,.?.Magnetism and Electricity >H cur yM lng chfionic and acute diseases when all othel treatments fail. MRS. WREN. 449 K st., n ? T between 6th and 7th, Washington. ? Relies attended and boarded during con finement. ap 13 lm? MRS L. SMITH, an excellent clairvoyant and iest medium, 33S corner of 6th street anil ?ia*s. avenue, over grocery, examines disfas^s i*y? 8m?, se?K your dead and iivinii ? tells their character, gets names, read* the future. Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p m ap 11-Iin* nu aanas, ou such terms that canuot fail to satisfy ! We 00 your Stepping in elegant style, and nc 1 to be understood that we are Fki eSrLeet?<1 wiJ? any other place of the kind in l>2r2i.y?JihSrl?t?mpin*-1" advertised. mrOui FlSfk fi?J* ?tr?6> opposite the Patent Ofl! ae.^gi Look oat that you do not mistake the street. We Z??ne7, /&lterru for Br*Id ?ad Embroi 1wLhft. ltamp y?*T.??od<i While you wait Machine ctitefcing neatly Jods. fe w United States 10-40 Loan. f i *3 AY OOOKE Sz, CO., 483 Fifteenth Street, Rbczivb Subscriptions rom th? NEW NATIONAL, LOAN ; authorized by act of March 3, 18W, and known as TEN-FORTY BONDS, being redeemable at the pleasare of the Govern ment, after ten years, and payable forty years from date in coin, bearing interest at PIVE PER CENT A YEAR, payable on bonds no. over $100 annually, and on large bonds semi-annually, IN COIN. The COUPON EOND8 will be issued in $50, $100, 1*00, and * 1,000. The REGISTERED B0ND8 will be issued in *50, fino, $50), Sl,0C0,000, and ?10,000. These are the only gold-bearing securities of the Government now procurable at par, and, yielding at preient value of coin OVER EIGHT PER CENT PER ANNUM, offer a very desirable investment for large or small sums. We Buy 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 CHECKS. mh 29-tf ~JAY COOKE fc CO. NR. WOODWARD'S LIVERY, BALE AND . ? HIRING STABLES, No. 47 North Strkkt, Baltimore. Near Saratoga Street. HORSES, CARRIAGE^ HARNESS, Ac., pur cbaeed and sold on commission. The subscriber offers his services to - tne public, which from long experience and extensive acquaintance gives him f^ll superior opportunities. Particular at-?MlH?K? tention given to the selection of Saddle and Har ness Horses. Persons wishing horses shipped iu any direction by sending them to my address may ?.7+v.pon h*vin,e the? promptly attended to with out the personal attention of the owner, thereby saving themselves much time and trouble. Ht?jKern? P- Wallach, Proprietor Washington Star, Dr. John Gregson, Veterinary Surgeon; mh1!! tf UBton' Quartermaster's Department. WHITE VIRGIN WAX OF ANTILLES?A new ? T French Cosmetic for beautifying, whitening, and preserving the Complexion. It is the most wonderful compound of Ae age. There is neither ?VneB,a' bismuth, or tale in its w 1 L ?'S composed entirely of pure Virgin H ax?hence its extraordinary qualities for fndBtrJnS8 the skin, making it soft, smooth, fair, ur*nsparent. It makes the old appear youns tifnl?^H,K hands.??e; the handsome, more beau 60 cent's most beautiful divine, trice 2a and roV hCAt?* cWtf? ? i^v.?e *eDM,ne unless the name of " Hunt & CROYEAn?sniini the botties. For sale at A. and w Il KNTWi#! * ? "treet. Baltimore, 5,?? KNXWI8LE, corner Twelfth street and Pennsylvania ave., Washington D. C. apl-iw> TI1v* secretary or the *-KIIABURY, I hereby ^ire notice that f am prepared to receive subscriptions on account Sf ?tatf s Bonds authorized by the act of March 3. 1864, bearing date March 1. l&u rad?pm*Ki? ?? other bonds semi-annually, in coin ***** or diSiri i?i mn 5f^ doUars, (ffino,) One Thousand i nf ' Five Thousand dollars rSAnm > Thousand doilars, (fionoo,) ?d' bouMn Bonds of the denominations of Fifty dollars .?VoU)M d^a"' Five Hundr.jd doihws One Thousand dollars, (fl,(?00.> Subscribers will be required to pay in addition aVfuimZvn h?f the Principal of the Bonds to U?it?id ? accrued interest in coin, (or in Banks fdSftl or tho DOteB of Nitional Sffiff&iSJtWS,-" "?? orr /ecejpt of subscriptions I will issue mv "Tt'flcate of deposit therefor in duplicate thS e uK!'tKd*toS'^'?f?dr Rbpf^;a.te",cU"1'' ?? It is expected that the first deliveries of Cotinnn fcnd. ..Il b. ??1. y, th. mh^6-4w Treasurer United State* North.american REviEvTTT^Tr^TTT1 ?1.2a. COHTIKT8: APHIL' 18^ Theodore Parker; Shaksperian Pronun/?:??j/,-. The Sanitary Commission: st> Louis ' ville: The Navy of the UniieMtste, Th, n' c?lk,? n|& Agent, PROPOSALS. f^HDNANCE OFFICE, War Department, Washihoto!*, April 6,1854. Scaled Proposals will be received at this Depart ment until 4 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday, the 4th day of May, 1804 "for the delivery of all the Wrought Iron Plates and Bars it hereinafter specified, ne cessary to build the following Carriages: For 18-inch Guns, 70 Barbette Front Pintle, tn Barbette Center Pintle, For 10 inch Guns, 160 Casemate Carriages, 200 Front Pintle Baroette, For 8-inch Guns, 70 Front Pintle Barbette. j The parts required for Wrought Iron Barbette and Casemate Carriages are as follows : FOR TOP CARRIAGE. Chcck-Plates. Braces. Caps. Shoes, Transoms, Guide Hooks, Guide Hook Bar, Trunnion Beds, Angle Shapes, Bolts. CHASSIS, FROST AND CENTER PINTLE. Bails, Kail Plates, Kail Chords, Rail Br' Transoms, Angle Iron Floor Cleats. Pintle soms. Transom Washers. Axle Share Tran ghapes, Hurters, Chassis, Step, Assem <e, For* CASEMATE CARRIAGE CIIA* -??fcg BOlVS. Parts named before and rail top '**Si The number and dimensions _r..'s*. . t and bars for each carnage to the iron prates bills of iron in ordnance m ^ specified in the of which can be obtained iipon a_ 6\CS#1? ertown, Frankford or Aljfeghav Plocation at Wat York agency, or at 4,rj8 0ffi\-e 4 i 'v. containing tho lilimber q/ pt#' ?hi.?6!ir ' can be obtained at the abo On HESSI?-" '"SUiX *' ?b*ck'th?r thCTein "?cb p,rt'"? Theijontobeo^ in the raaBafactuTe of the P' ,.1*8 and bars to V- e R9 fonowfi : ? ROLLED IROK. Check-Plate' an<| Kail-Plates of medium quality. ofiron.nore in ^\rection of length, tenacity not Ipp? than 4a. Hj,, per pquare ineh. Transom ^ all to be of besttjuality charcoal flango iren. n0T e in direction of length, tenacity not legs tn?'q v?,o?to lb? per square inch. Trunnion Beds to be of best quality of charcoal iroa, tenacity not less tlian 54/100 lbs per square iac?>. Cheeks. JBraces, Hurters, and Counter-hurters, all t<*"he of good medium iron. Tenacity not less thay 48,000 lbs per square inch. ? , Hails. Rail Chords, Chassis Braces, Caps and Shoes, and Angle Iron, to be of good quality ot well-refined fibrous iron. Tenacity not less than 50,oon 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 lesH than 55,000 lbs per square inch. All Bolts and Rivetsto be of bestcharcoal fibrous :ron. Tenacity nit less than 5S,000 lbs per square inch. HAMMERED IRON. Axles for 15-inch Carriages, and all Fork Shapes, and Tongues for Casemate Carriages, to be of the bestcharcoal iron. Tenacity no less than 55,000 pounds per square inch. Bidders will ?pecify the date at which they can commence deliveries, an-1 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 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 Oif work as specified by them. Bidders will be required to furnish proper sure ties for the proper performances of the work, and will enclose, with tneir bids, the written acknowl edgements of their sureties over their own signa tures. > , Each party obtaining a contract will be requir?a to enter into bonds with approved sureties tor its faithful execution. Upon the award being made, successful bidders will be notified, and furnished w:th forms of con tract and bond. The department reserves the right to reject any or all bias, if not deemed satisfactory. Proposals will be addressed to " Brigadier Gen eral George D. Ramsay. Chief of Ordnance, Wash ington, I>. C.," and will be endorsed ' Proposals for wrought iron plates and bars for iron gun car riages " GEO. D. RAMSAY, ap8-td Brigadier General. Chief of Ordnance. PROPOSALS FOR FLOUR. Offict Depot Commissary cf Subsistence. I Washington. D. C , Ap"il 15,lfttU. \ Sealed Proposals are invited sinfil the 25th inst., at 12 o'clock m.. for furnishing the Subsist ence Department v. ith eigut thousand (8,000) bar rels of FLOUR. The proposals will be for what is known at this Depot as Nob. 1,2 and 3. and bids will be entertained for any quantity less than the whole Bids must be in duplicate, and for each grade on separate fcheets of paper. The Flour to be fresh ground, and delivered in new oak barrels, head lined. The delivery of the Flour to commnn<'e within five davs from the opening of the bids, and in sach quantities, daily, as the Government may direct; delivered at the Government warehous 1 in George town, at the wharves or railroad depot in Wash ington. D. C. The delivery of all Flour awarded to be com pleted within twenty days fro. i the opening of the bids. Payment will be made in certificates of indebt edness. or such other funds as the Government may have for disbursement. The asual Government inspection will be made ju-t before the Flour is received, and none will be accepted which is not fresh ground. An oath of allegiance must accompany the bid of each bidder who has not the' oath on file int'iis officc, and no bid will be entertained from parties who have previously failed to comply with their bids, or from bidders cot present to respond. |* Government reserves the right to reject any bid for any cnuse. Bids to be address* 1 to the under signed. at No. ii23 Ci street, endorsed ?'Proposals for Flour.S.C.GREENE, ap 16-d Captain and C. S. V. PROPOSALS FOR GRADING, STONEWORK.A; c Office of Washington Arsenal. / Washington. D. C., April li>, 18U. S Sealed Proposals will be received at this office, for ten days from this date, for Grading that por tion of the Arsenal grounds north of the Peniten tiary, and for building and furnishing a part of the stonefor a Et a-wall on the west side of said grounds, in accordance with specifications, plans, and sections to be seen at this office. The bids will be by th" cubic yar'l for the exca vating. and by the perch of twenty-five cubic fe?-t for the stonework, the prices to be written out in words in the bids. Each proposal will be accompanied \?y a guaranty signed oy two responsible persons, that in case such bid is accepted, the principal or the guaran tors will, within fivedays thereafter, execute the contract with sufficient sureties in a sum ''qua! to one half of the amount of the contract, to fulfil the sair.s conformably with the specifications; and, in case 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 lower bidder, or the person to whom the contract may be awarded. The responsibility of the guarantors must be cer tified to by an officer under the United States Gov ernment, or a responsible person known at this office. Proposals to be addressed to Captain J. G. Ben ton at this post, and endorsed " Proposals lor Gra ding, Stonework, Sec." All proposals received under this advertisement will be opened on Tuesday, April 2?5th, at 12 o'clock m., when all bidders may be present. No bid will be considered that does not conform to the requirements of thisadvertisemeat, and the Government reserves the right to reject any or all of the bids if it be considered to its interest to do so. Specifications can be obtained at this office, or will be mailed to applicants. J. G. BENTON, Capt. Ordnance, apl6-td Com'g Washington Arsenel. JJNITED STATES S-20 BONDS, UNITED 8TATE8 7-20 TREASURY NOTES, UNITED STATES COUPONS OF 1991, UNITED STATES CERTIFICATES OF IN DBBTEDNESS, Gold, Silver. Uncurrent Money, Exchange on all parts of Europe and the Northern Cities, BOUGHT AND SOLD. We are authorized to famish 6-20 Bonds at par until the 1st of August next, when the privilege of conversion ceases. Orders for Stocks ant Gold executed in New York exclusively on eommisslon. BITTEN HOUSE. FANT & CO.. jy!2-tf Bankers, 3.VJ Penn. avenge. Roofing fblti ~ ROOFING VlIiTII H. O. WILSON & CO., too* or So St. Wxst, Wa8*i?qtob, d. 0., Manufacturers of BOOPING FELT, DRY AND TARRED SHEATH ING, ROOFING CEMENT and LAMP BLACK, FELT AND CEMENT, Wholesale and Retail. Dealer* supplied on the moat liberal terms. Factory?Foot 0f ad street wait. Offloe?101 23d Street, below Pa. avenue. mh 11-Sm* N EW YORK AHD WASHINGTON STEAMSHIP COMPANY. The Screw Steamship# BALTIMORE, BALVOB. BMPIBB, JAMBS 8. GREEN, AMD FAIRBANKS compose the Una of this company, leaving foot WalTstreet, New York, and foot Big* street, fcag-Sm Foot High st., Georgetown. j^|A88EY COLLINS fc PHILADELPHIA DBAUGHT ALB AND PORTBB. I am bow receiving large quantities of DBAU GHT ALB and PORTBB from this celebrated Brewery, whioh I am prepared to furaiah on short notloe to all parsons who will favor me with their orders. Satisfaction guarantied. Orders given to my driven will be promptly at tended to. Goods delivered in all parts of Washington and Georgetown, free of charge. TermsGsiA en dtlivtry. RILBY A. SHINN, Agent. Union Bottling Depot, 57 Green St., ai't-tf. Georgetown, P. 0. WBUIIALO TONGUE*. B Have Just received from the West BOO Buffalo Rogues, which wa recommend to our customers. tlM, -r*. oorugr 11th it. and Vermont sv PROFOSAXS. p B O P O BALB JOB P 0 B A G B. ' Oiiar QoAariauAsrxa's Off i aw > j|ii In Wabhimotom Giro*,Dm. * > ?i..i ? ? *0posal8 Art Invited br v' signed for supplying the? A QiT?rt? the under ptrtment it V^nXn,' D. iP" Do fort Monroe Baltimore, ltd.. **,??? pl*??V"itlx Hay, Corn? - 01 either of bn.h?i.T>V be received for ' ,?*ti *?d Straw. bushels of oorn or oats an<* **e delivery of and upward,. , ?t) tons of hay or straw, Bidders mast state r" pointa they propo' -awhlohof the above-named rates at which tb a to make deliveries, and the the quantity r* ?r will make deliveries the rest, ered. the ti- ^ each article proposed to be deliv meneed. ? uie when aaid deliveries shall be oom The r ^4 when to be completed bid* >ioe mut be written oat In worda on the r voni to be pat ay In food stout sacks, of about ?wo bushels each. Oatsln like aaokaof about three i buahela each. The sacks to be furnished without extra charge to the Government The hay and straw to be at eureiy baled. The particular kind or description of oata, corn, hay or straw propoeed to be delivered most be stated in the proposals. All the artlolea offered under the bids herein in vited will be subject to a rigid inspection: by the Government Inspector before being accepted. Contracts will be awarded from time to time to the lowest responsible bidder, as the tnterest of the Government may require and payment will be made when the whole amount contracted for shall have been delivered and accepted. The bidder will be required to acoompany Us proposal with a guaranty, signed by two responsi ble persons that in ease his bid is aooepted he or tract they to make aood the differs?nce between .w&s att^eJ CcUector of Customs or any ether offl cer^uader the United j^vernrient or re .ponsibta acceptance i&?$iats&sRsEb*asai 'a sum equal to the amount of the oon Bonds. in ais?u? ti contractor and both of bis tract, ufbeTeqnSedof the successful bid SSteK-. be obtained upon application at this oi*. jfOBM or PBOPOSAL. (Town,County and Stated) ? ?? IsS^^wISKSm ?Sff! mtsst. "?l?K bm.i ot bSK""o??i,I? ?u. .t ? hutal of ars"%m hw, ? ? ?? *>? ?? Cm! baled Btraw, at ? per ton of 1,000 D?iiT?rr'u)' commence on or before the day Delivery to ^ completed on or before the of ~~7~' - ' lM and pledge myself to enter 7T d*yi5^r^ntra<rt with the United States, BrLcadier GeneralD.H-Bocaaa, Br,,*aI,e?.r?i w???^JSSSS;b.o. GU ABATY. , . tfc. We. the undersigned, residents of County of ? . and State ofhereby. Jointly ^"4 MTtrftllTt ooT6MBt witk tM wwiw Hates, and guarantee in case the Joregotag bid of be aooepted. that he or they will, witoin ten days after the acceptance of aaid bid, ?*?<??te the contract for the aame with good mretien in a sum equal to the amount of theoon Sffito'tfrMSttff forage VovonA ***?**?% to the terms of advertisement dated 1863 under which the bid was made, and, ^ the said shall fail to enter into a oentrart as aforesaid, we guarantee to mak^good the ultor the contract may be awarded. Kdir our handa and seals this -r^ ?* .!?? [Seal.] t herebT certify that, to the best of my know ledge and belief, the above-named guarantors are good and sufficient aa sureties for the amount tor which tbey offer to be security. Tn h? .lied by the United States Diatrict At torney Collector of Customs, or any other offloer under the United States Government, or respon sible person known to this office jiUOKBB, de 9-tf Washington, D. C., liarch SB, 186<, Bsal*i> Proposals wiU be received *t th^offiee until WADNASDAY, April rth, at 4 p. na., for l?),0i)0 sets of l"f*?try Accoutremenl^ o^bre W, to be delivered in the following quantitiea at the 0?'?S?U.i'th."1.VYor? Ar??l. OoT.r.or'. .?v. .t tbl Frankfort ArMiMl. BrUfllbtn. /w, ?? " AUeahany " Pittaburg, Pa, g'wo " ? Bt fo"aT ? 8t Louis Mo. Tiiese accoutrements are to be made in^trict con formity with the new pattern sets to be seen at the Al?sh?'y, New York, r rank ford, St. Louis; Water wit at nt^rtowQ* kod Washington Arwnils, ADtl theSpJinYflOT; ., They'to be subject to Inspection at the Arsenal where dehyered, before being received for the Government None are to be accented or paid for but suoh as are approved upon inspection. The belts to be of grained leath er and all the atock to be the best oak tanned. The should*r belt will be included in the set Deliveries must be maide in lota of not less than one- fifteenth (1 10) ?er week of the whole number contracted for ; the first delivery to be made on the 11 failure to make deliveriea at a apecifled time will subject the oontiactor to a forfeiture of the number he may fail to deliver at that time. ^Bidders wm stata Epliclty the Arsenal or Arse nals where they propose to deliver, and the num bers'ef se's thty propose to deliver at eaoh plaoe, if f?N? bi^wili0be oonsldsred Itom parties other than regular manufacturers, M?d suoh as are kt own to this Department to be ^?!??^!?nnB?d for rnte in their own shops the work progesea tor. Shou ld any party obtaining a contract offer ascou trements other than those made in his own shops, they will be rejected, and the contract rendered * Bid'S?7win enclose with their bids the written acknowledgments of their sureties over their own ei65?hnarty obtaining a contract will be obliged to enter into bond with approved sureties for its 5?*1 thL^award being made, successrnl bidders will be notified, and furnished with forms of oon trThe"eiirt^ent reserves the right to reject any taito5?r^oD;"wd?Vo 'ffiaer-ift.. sssasafflssL. day of May, 1864, for all the Fire and Burglar proof Bafes and Vaults required by the Treasury Depart ment prior to Mav 1,1881. Plans and specifications can be obtained by ap plication to this offlce personally or bv letter. Bids to be per superficial foot, including door and all necessary fixtures, measured on the outside; the Srloe named to oover all charges whatever, except le freight and the actual travelling expenses of workmen to the place where the Vaults are to be erected. Safes to be delivered at the Bailroad Depot or Steamboat Wharf for transportation, in good order and condition, without charge. Looks for the Vaults or Bafes will be furnished by the Department, but must be properly put on by the centraotor without charge. All bids must be accompanied by the bond of two responsible persons in the sum of 95,000 that the bidder will accept and perform the contract if awarded to him; the sufficiency of the security to be oertified to by the Collector of Internal Bevenue of the Distriot. Tbe Department reserves the right to reject any or all the bids if it be considered its interest to do so. and no bid will be considered that does not con form to tbe requirements of this advertisement. Bids to be enclosed in a sealed envelope, endorsed "PropeMU for ?.f.. -d Tf !>??? mh.K-tawtd Supervising Architect. PHIU <JU ABT1BM ASTBB'S OBPIOB, V Dsro* or WASHiaoToa L Washington. 1). C? January 4, iIm. All dealers in Drugs, Hardware, Lumber, Lea_ er.Offlof furniture, Harness, and B*ddlery, are re quested to send to this offloe, on the MONDAY of each week, a sealed proposal or list, tn dtvlieau.ot the articles they are prepared to furnish to this Denot at si ort notioe, wlta the price of eaoh marh ea in plain figures, so that, in ease the exigencies of the servioe requirejt, the artiile or artioles can be obtained without dalay, and at"the lowest price. Dealers wishing to sell to this Depot will be re quired to furnish the list punctually every Mon day morning. D. H. BUCKIB, Brigadier General end Chief Quartermaster, Ja?-tf Depot of Washington. 0 N 1 YI MON1YI HON 1 Y,l M. K. WALSH & CO., Xh LICENSED PAWNBROKERS\ h A Fo. 3S 9 C street, between 9th and 10th sto.. Near the Varieties. Money advanced on Gold and Silver Watches Diamonds, Ladies and Gentlemen's Wearing Ap parel. fto. &o. fe n-3m UOOTB AND BUOBS " D TO SUIT THB TIMB8. We are now manufacturing all kinds of BOOTS and BHOBB, and constantly receiving a sup* p'y of Bastern-made work of every desorip-KHil tion, made expreasiy to order, and will Defll sold at a muoh lower price than has been* heretofore charged in this oity for much inferior artioles. Persons in want of BOOTS and BHOBB of 1 astern or City-made work, will always find a good assort ment in store and at the lowest prices. Give us a call. . GBlf PIN tc BBOTHBB. ap S-tf 314 Penn. avenue. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. On mid after Sunday, April 10th, KS*4, Daily will be run between Washington and New Yorx and'Washington and the West, as follows : FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, ASD BOSTON. Leave Washington at 7.31 a m, 11 15 a m,5.20 p m, e*OnlSunday at 5.2flp m for PHILADELPHIA, and 7 60 p tn for NEW YORK. , . ,h t Passengers for Philadelphia will take notice that the 5.90 p in train is the latest tram dixlj for Pkita ^T^he'trajn at 7.50 p m does not to to Thiladttphia, and is for Ntie York passengers tzolusiitly. FOR BALTIMORE T rave Washington at 6.3> a?*. 7.30 a m, 11.15 a m, 3.W ? m?4 ? P m, 5.20 pm, andd.3>pm, except S'()n Sundays at7.30 a m. and 3 and 5.20 p m. FOR all parts of the west. Leave Washington at 6.30 a in, au4 3 and 8.20 p ra daily, except Sunday. On Sunday, at 3 and 5.20 p m, only. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore at 3.45. 4,jo, 7, 9 aa.l 10 a m, and 3.30, 4.45 and 7.CO p m, dp^ty, except Sunday. On 3.45 ^nd 4.20 a m and 3.30 p m, only E'sll ANNAPOLIS. Leave Wp,n'ing*on at 6.30 a m, and 3 &nd 4.$) p mi darly, e? cept gundav. 3*0 train for Annapolis on Sunday. Trains leavine Washington at7.30am and 7.50p ta &othrough to New York without change of cars. bleeping Car on 7.50 p in train. Berths in aleep ing car can be secured until 5 pm. daily, at the Ticket Office; after that hour they must be secured of the sleeping car conductor. The first and fourth trains from Washington stop at all way points. . , . , For further information, tickets of every kind, &c., apply to GEO. 8. KOONTZ, Agent at Wash ington Station, or at the Ticket office. W P SMITH. Master of Transportation. L. M. COLE, Oeneral Tfcket Agent. ap 11 tf : WINDOW SHADES. GOLD OPAQUE WHITE BUFF GREEN AND BLUE HOLLAND FIXTURES; - all approved styles. G. L. ft J. B. KILTY, Manufacturers and Importers, 309 Broadway, New York. CURTAINS, NBW8TYL1B, H Q 19 6 4. ta B O NOTTINGHAM SWISS LACE, i-t g, g LACK, MUSLIN, * ft a BROCATELLE REPS, S a a TERRY CLOTH, nA MASK ? ? " JAPANESE DAMASK. O , ? COVERS, FOR PIANOS AND TABLES 6. L. ft J. B, KILTY, IMPORTERS, mh 10-lm 369 Broadway, New York. IMPORTANT TO SUTLEBS. BUTLBBB WILL IIKD H. A. DOWNING * CO.'S CONCENTRATED CLAM fOllA MOST VALUABLE ABT10LB FO TH1IB TBADB. It Mill vary rapidly, u>d U most moiobIm diet f the offletrl mess. It la prepared b one minute, and makes a moat deUclous Soap or Okowdsr. It hi klghly reoemmended by Amy ?triwu. Tke profits are largo. H. A. DOWNING ft 00., Manufacturers of Oonoentrated Food, No. Ill Bast 18th at., Naw York. Siul?ky BA&BOUB ft BJMMBS, Sola Agents, 0f Louisiana Avenae, ? I-It Waakington, P. O. KENDALL'S UBO&III ME TBI 1AI&? XMBOL1N MOISTENS, MM AU Tit 1MB, 9DORA ISB, MJUfOHTHMNB, IffVlOOUATMO. nouRiaHMa, MMBMLL1BHMB THE HAIR. KBND ALL'S AMBOL1NB I* a rara oompcand stimulating extracts from Flowers, Boots, aa Herbs. for tka GBOWTH, BBAUTY, aad FHB MANBNT YIGOB of tka HAIB. ?' Higkly benaflclal wkara tka hair reqalres can tie stimulant." Da. CHILTON, " Hava never kad anything wklek ao perfee aaswsrs tka parpoaa of a kair dressing." WABBBN WABD, Esq., Ho. 977 Oua street, N. Y. " k ftar belnj bald for aayan years your AMBC LINB kai ooyarad tka aatira scalp with NBW HAM." hot. JOHN BBNIA, Ho. Sft King street, H. Y. For aala ky all Dragglst* and Fanoy Goods Daalars. Fat la boxaa, (ooatalning two bottles,) pciaa SI. Manufactured and for aala at wkolaaal by KENDALlL ft BANK 1ST EE, alalia Ho 649 Baoapway.N. Y. HAPPlNSBS OB MIBBBY I?THAT IS THB QUESTION ?The propletorsof tka " PARI* 8IANCABINBT Of WONDEKS, ANATOMY, and MBDI01NB," have determined?regardless of ex pense?to issue,: fraa, (for tha benefit of suffer ing humanity,)/?Kr of their most instructive and interesting Leeturaa on Marriage and ita disquali fications. Nervous Debility, Premature Decline, Indigestion, Weakness, Depression, or ignoranoe of Physiology and Nature's Law. Tkeae invaluable lectures have been the means of enlightening and saving thousands, and wIU be forwarded free on the receipt of four stamps, by aldreaaing Secretary Par isian Cabineiaf Anatomy and Medicine, 563 Broad way. New York. julS-ly SWBBB ft BCTlBIDGI.flU 6CCCB880BS TO ni 0HABLB88. FOWLBB ft 00. ?? IMPORTERS, Wm WHOLBSALB AID BBVAIL DBALBB9 I* OHINA. GLASS AND BABTHBN WASH, Fine Cutlery, Plated Ware. Boll Metal Goods, Ice Fitckers, Block Tin Gooda, Tin Chamber Beta. Japanned Walters, Water Coolers, Btherial and Solar Lamps,Coal Oil Lamps, Lan tern!, Stone Ware, fte., fto., fte. Goods Paeked and Delivered in tkla City and Georgetown free of charge. 604 (Odd Fellows' Hall) Seventh at., my f-eoly Waakington. BAY 1L SOOFSI GBAYBL HOOFS!! H. O. WILSON ft 00.,"suoeeaeora to J.F. Walker ft Bon. Waakington D. O. .manufacturers of IM PBOYBD FIBH and WATBB PBOOF IHLT, OB MBNT and GBAYBL BOOTS. * OSee?161 tM street, below Fa. ayeaae. Orders may be left at oflloe Mutual Inaaranee Company, 7th street and Louisiana a venae, or addressed to Post Offioe Box 634. AH work exeeated promptly end on tka moat reasonable terms, aad warranted. Bepelra made prompUy. ak U-Bm? E.TABU?O.D J||.b H1EZBIsa ^ K. S20.000 to loan In alliums on Watckea, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silver Ware, Ladles' and Genia' /Ak Wearing Appaiel. and for the purpose of AWH enlarging oar business, we have erected aw W warehouse end we now make loans on Merekan ? diae. Furniture, ftc? at our old established stand. Ho. 361 O at., aetw. iji and 6tk, rear of National Hotel. [nikl-aml I. HBBZBHBG ft SON. npKIBSMAB?Protected by Boyal Letters Patent A. of Bnsland, and aeoared by the seals of the Beole da Pharmacia de Parte, aad tka Imperial College of Medicine. Yienna. Trieamar Ho. 11a the effectual remedy for Belax atlcn, Spermatorrhoea, and Bxhaastlon of the Sys tem. TriesmarNo. 3 kas entirely saperseded the nauseous use of Cepaiva, Oubebs. fto. Trieamar Ho, 8 la the lnfiallible remedy for all Imparl ties and Baeondaiw Symptoms, thua obviating the use of mercury hid all other deleterious ingredients. ??? pi jparation la In the form of a moat agreea ble Loaenge. Secured from effeots of climate and changes of atmosphere. In tin oaa S3 each, or four S3 caaea in one for #9, ud in eases, thus aaving |9. Divided In aeparate doaea aa adminis tered Dy Yalpean, Sallemande, Boux. fte,, fte. WholeaaJe and retail by Dr. BABBOW, Ho. 194 Bleecker street, New York. _ _ _ To be had also of B. O. FOBD, Ho. 990 Fajky,, aorner 11th street. mh 9 3m* ROBADIBOMA. By W. W:Story, 2 vols.; S3, Hunt's Life of Edward Livingston; S3.50, Battle Fielda of the South from Ball Bon to Fredericksburg; S2.60, Gen. Grant and his Campaigns; |1?. Cavendish'a Laws and Practise of Whist: SI.*, Three Months In the Bouth. By Colonel Free mantle; 91.25, ^*Bewe\rs Bounty, Pension, and Frlse Laws; S3 50, Gen. MiOlellan's Beport and Campaigns; 9J.W, Bdinburgh Be view, January, 1884, London Quarterly Bevlew, January, 1864, M"00"*>K""1 "teltftAiMa. f. '? "flMNy Mitnpclitan Hotel, (l*u Brown'1J MW 962 Feaatylvaala arenae, oertf W ash Ins ton. D. O. run limh! L1HI! G L The undersigned have oa hand aad for sale .Freak Burned Potomao Lime, at tkelr kilns, oa Book "ShSEF""**' KIH ND ft DOWLING. 1\I OTICB.?For sale. 600 Beta of 1, t, aad 4 horaa 1Y second kand HABNBSB; alao,S00 good second hand SADDLBB and BBIDLBB. Apply to H. B. JOHNSON, Mo. 373 Feaa. afenaa.bat. and 8tk ?treats, JJ,. ?EK8T0?,A . OYYI0B Ho. T BOUTHfh. *') YKM TlsJWd.* TUB ONLY PHYSICIAN a. -*e4Tandl3? Bu discovered the ,ao?tkPff??In, bv urn , j?.j'mt :a Sir h{0UT8 . i*0 ifVtHf . ""Si'' " Poison Mtn*ry, s**** ? a z&*6Sj%lb8VMR" " toJSparffifiE Throat or c? . feoie xerrlbl* Ihaof from BolitMT^Habits of Youth?tha j?..^id*ioHUr? nr3?ee* mcr? fatal to their thin tika bom ofByrene to the mariners of V&Lki*Lr?o?t brilliant hopes 03 Et&pVoXrwdering wri*^. Ac., impoe.1 bl#- rorw? men Bgpeclally. ?bo have beoojne victim* of Boll* tary v ice .that drsalfal a??.i destrurtivs habit wklek sssi'?rf"^n?5S5 tasasKssa ^?t'.iect, who might otkerwla* have entranced lla (enlngBenates with the thunder* of waked to lutter the living lyre, may eau with nil confidence^ PARTJCVLAR NOTICE. m ^ Those tri some of the ud ud me'ancholy ifltW BrndaMd kr early habit* of youth, via: Weahneee Mel&k and Limb*, Pain In the Head Dimaea* of Bight Lou of Muacular Power, Palp\tationot tke Hewt, Py? pepey. Nerroue I rrlublllty, D? range meet of the Dlie*tive Punctiona, General Ba biiity, Bymptoms of Congumptaou, Ac. . . tude, Timidity, tc^AREJAQE Married Persons. or young men ?o ntempiatia marriage, aware of Pkyidafl Weaknee*.Organic Debility, floating of the Organ*, Derormittei, *0. tke ear* ofO . J, m?T r?ligiou*lyconfide Inhis honor a* a gentleman, Sd confidently rely upon_hi* gkili a> a ?ky?lcian. ?"??JIMWHrto fed Z&XfttvtsfBL OT "lu141 Disqualification*. Low ofProereatiye Power, Ner Toni I tTlteb i l ity, Trembling*, and Waakae**,or Bx hSastlon of the moct fearfal kind, speedily eared. Member of theBo va?^0! l8?g?*of Burgeon*, Lon don Graduate from one of the most eminent Ool ite* iSttVlkltod State*. and the greater nvtof _cnaa life ku been spent in tke hospitals of Lon XnB^Pnris Philadelphia and elsewhere, haft effected i?3?wSfa? saww srtBMSsr?WB5a(-ass b^gg14 who hare injured them*elves or * 06rtalP pwaWw Indulged in when alone-a habit freeaentl,'learned from eyil companion*, or at school, the efforts of which are nightly felt, eyd? whenjasleap.and if not cured render* mtfriaf* impossible, nnd destooyi both mind and body/should apply immjdUtelT. W hat a pity tkat a young man, tke hope of kil aerantrrand darling of his parent*, ??toi7*d from all tke prospeefiandenjoymentool life by tke oonsecuenoe of deyiatlon from the pat* of nature and indulging in a oertaln secret kablt Such person* must^heJ?re^contempUUng reflect tkat a *ound mind and bodi ?oft T.-.i.'i'iUtr i?Si ^ bU'1'" X)JSBl??SW0> IMF It UDEXCK. SfSSSTJrSBSiS ISMill?it often happens that "ill-timed^ of ehame or dread of discovery deters him from a > plying to thoee who, from education ? Dility.can alone befriend him. lie fall* into the hacie of ignorant aid designing pre Anders, who Incapable of curing, filch his pecuniary keep him trifling morth after month, or as long aj the smallest fee can be obtained, and in <tospai> leave him with ruined health to si?h over h.ij ?Air log disappointment; or, by the use of that deadJ? poison, aforcury, hasten tke eoasti?.utional *ymp_ ?omfl of tki* terrible disease, such as ASection* of theHead. Throat, Nose, Bkin etc., progressing witk frightful rapidity until death puts an end tf hi* dregful suffering by sending him to that un diaeoyered country r wheae bourne notrayei*. "OFIIOI T 80UTH yMDIBIOK 8TRMT, i?ft hand side going from Baltimore etreet, a f** doors from the corner. Jail not to observe name ^IfcTN? letters received unless post-paid and eon taining a stamp to be used on the reply. Peraona writing *houId state age, and send portion of ad vertisemect describing symptoms Tkt Dr.'s Diploma kants t* hxs QjfUt. 1MDOB81MSNX OP TH1 PB1B8. . The many thousand* cured at this lnstitotlof within the last twenty yean, and the numaroui Important Surgical Operation* Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of "TheBun and many other papers, notice* of which have ap peared again and again before the public besidei his standing as a gentleman of charaotor and re sponsibility, i* a sultcient guarantee to the af si/iV DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. JaC-ly olOMT DIB?AB181^810MT DlfllA^S-!! BAMABITAN'B G I SAMARITAN'S GIFI! TH1 MOST 01KTAIN &1M1DT' IYW UBID ? Yea. A Poaltivs Oure"/br GONORRHOEA, BLEST. SlRlCTURRS, 4t. Contain* no Mineral, no Balsam,no Mercury. Only Ten Pills to be Taken to Efvi a Ouri. They are entirely vegetable having no smell aer any unpleasant ta*te, and will not in any way in jure the aton ach or bowel* of the moat delicate. Cure* in from two to four day*, and recent cats* in "tventy-four hour*." Prepared by a graduate of the Univeraity of Pennsylvania, one of the most eminent Doctor* and Chemist* of the present day, ?o nxposuan, no tbocblb, no chahq* wainvii. Let those who have despaired of getting cured, or who have been gorged with Balaam Oopavia, or Mercury try ^MARITANjS a I FT. Bent by mailin a plain envelope. Prtoe?Male package*, fl. Vernal*. JJ, BLOOD! BLOOD!! BLOOD!!! WBOiS^.%?A?IilBoVyVT,u' MBBBAL D IBB ABBS, *0. SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB J VICES. I* offered tkepublic a* a positive cure, _ _ BYPH1LI8 OB VBHBRIAL DI8BA8BB, tke BA MABITAN'B BOOT AND HBAB JUIorf.i* tke most potent, eertain and effectual remedy ever prescribed; it reaches and eradicate* eyerr partiole of the venereal poison, so that the oure is thorough and permanent. Take then of tki* purifying reme dy and be healed, and do not transmit to your pos terity tkat for which Joa^fpAfi*} *" ^ will remove every veatige of ??"tka Bystem^a* well as all the bad effects of Mercury. PBMALBS1 PBMALB8! I In many affections with wl^ numbers of P? males snner, the BOOT ANDHBBB JT0I0B8 li moat happily adapted, in XJleerated Uterwi, In White*, in bearing down. Palllng of the Womb, Debility, and for *1 complainta incidentto ^theMX. Bent by ezpreu. Price #1 a bottle, ori kottiM f?r " BAMABITAN'B OHANOBB WA0H. DBBMONlT00^!Bo*#Wl-Philadelphla Port ?B^i by 8. OALVBBT VOBD,comer of 11th aa OOOB, Alexandria. mayt tf Y CONFIDENTIAL. OUNG MBN who have injured thsmaelve* by eertain aecret habit* which unfit them tor business, nleasure.or the dutie*of maiTied Ufe; alao middl* aged or old sen, who, from the folliea of T?*{J S DOBV (Q ?U J liui iw. am ?e wn 1. vHTvsvgv w. ?w oeiptof TtnOentj. ^ ^ Da. OHAB. A. BTUAKT ft 00., de 14-ly Boston. Mas*. A DAMI BXPBB88 COMPANY. A OfTlOB #14 PA. ItmNUB, . Washington, D. * w*MRhanBR.WM" MBBOHADIBB, MONBY, JTIWBLBY, YALO ABLBH. NOTBB.BTOOB8, BOND8, Ae., _ Forwarded with BAPBTYABD DIBPATOH to aO aeeesaible section* of the oountry. This Oombacy has age tale* la the principal Bailway Town* ia "So?ih. WASHINGTON, D. 0 . NBW YOBE, B08TQB PBILADltPHIA, BALTIMQBB'OIN OINOATI. ST! L0DI8, LOUI^ _ _ YILLB, LBXINGtoN. Coaaeatlon* are made at Hew York and Boston, witk.line*forwarding to tke OANADA8 and tke BBITIBH PBOYINOB8 and witk *teamshlp Un* to LIYUPOOL, SOUTHAMPTON and HAYB1. and thence bp Buropeaa expresses to all promiasM commercial town* In Great Britain and the 'Con tinent. Collection of H0TB8, DBAPTB.and BILLS m*U at all aoceealkie part* of tha United Btatea. 0. 0. DUNH, Agent. ? de M Washington. D. T0HNBT0N'8 AGBIOULTUBAL 0H1HIST1I O Wood's Agricultural Chemistry: Lonloa. 0haptal*B Agricultural Chemistry. Lieblg s Agricultural Ohemistry Liebig'a Principles of Agricultural Chemistry. Prencn s Parm Drainane. T?.. Deep-Land Culture. By Henry Btepkens: Los <5?D- T na Stephens' Manual af Practical Drainage: W* don i i

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