Newspaper of Evening Star, April 23, 1864, Page 4

Newspaper of Evening Star dated April 23, 1864 Page 4
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THE EVENING STAR. ITEMS. capt. William Story, a brother of the late Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States, and an old fashioned shipmaster, died at Salem, Mass., on the 16th insL, in his 90th jear. The Sisseton Indians and other branches of Sioux Indian;, who committed the late de predations in Minuesota, it is said, are anxions for peace propositions. The Chattanooga Gazette says that Brig. Gen. barter, the provost marshal general or Jgaj.; Tennessee, has determined to send all res ident disloyal femaleB to Montreal, Canada. &7~ W itbin three days, two weeks ago, rebel bushwhackers killed by hanging and burning no lets than seven Union men in one neighbor hood of Newton county, Mo. t&~ On dif, that Messrs. the Harpers pay Charles Dickens the handsome sum of ?8,000 lor ihe advance sheets of his forthcoming se rial, "Our Mutual Friend." tOT Speculation in real estates is again be coming rife in and about St. Louis, Mo., and land in all directions thereabouts is advancing in value. ?7" A man has been arrested in Wisconsin for forging a 99,000 check on the Mechanic's Bank of New York city. ?ST Dr. E. Parrish, of Philadelphia, hits been elected Professor of Materia Medica, in the Philadelphia Medical College. t&~ The Indians on Snake River are com. mitting terrible ravages. They are armed with rifles and shot guns. ?7* The Governor of New York has ap proved 121 laws passed at the present session of the New York Legislature. KT Carpets In New York are in good de mand, and prices have advanced 5al0 cents per yard on foreign and domestic fabrics. Another notorious guerrilla, bushwhack er acd murderer, Fayette Hoag, has been cap tured in Tennessee. *7" The iron merchants of Chicago have re solved to trade hereafter exclusively on the vash principle lOT Gov. Buckingham has donated to Yale College the handsome sum of S25,000. ?7* The University of Michigan has 550 stn, dents. ?7* The Pacific Railroad Company adver tises for a thousand laborers. Oxen are worth 9110 a yoke in Idaho. WIESENFELD & CO., Odeon Hall Clothing Rooms, (ESTABLISHED 1047.) Colt.S'KR PE*33TLV4JitA AVE5UB AND 4% StRBET, Be* leave to rail the attention of the citiieng and ?traneer* of Washington to ?ur very large and extensive assortment of SPRING CLOTH ING. We say extensive, fur, having the most un bounded facilities for manufacturing, anil having a buyer always in market, ready to avail himself cf all the rich and fashionable styles of goods that may be offered, we flatter ourselves that we can exhibit the ruost fashionable an.l varied assort ment of clothing ever offered in this city. We enumerate in part Jllack Cloih Frock and Dress COATS, running to the finest grades. Gen wine Black French Doe Skin PANTS; Black Gren adine and other Silk VESTS; from which maybe selected a dress suit of the very finest material, *4ual in finish and workmanship to the very best, and at much lower prices. Our assortment of CASSIMERE GOODS cannot be excelled in variety of colors and beauty of ?tyles, and all cut and made in the most fashion able manner. We name in part the English Walk ing Coat. the French Jacket, the Business Frock Coat, American Back, and all other styles now in wear. A most splendid assortment of plain and fancy Cassimete Pants and Vests. We call the most especial attention of the ladle* to onr superb assortment of BOYS' CLOTHING* which for beauty of styles cannot be surpassed, if equaled in this city. We most respectfully ask an examination of those goods before purchasing elsewhere. In the line of MILITARY CLOTHING we have the most extensivo assortment in this city, con fisting of Dres* and Fatigue Coats; Infantry and Cavalry Jackets; light and dark Blue Pants, both plain and reinforced,"Shoulder Straps. Sword Belts Sashes, and in fa<:t everything pertaining to an officer's outfit. In the line of FURNISHING GOODS we have aa elegant assortment of Cassimere Over Shirts White and Brown Linen Shirts, of all grades Under Shirts and Drawers, a full line: Military Gloves, Kid, Silk, Lisle Thread and others. We most respectfully solicit the patronage of lfce public, who may rest assured of lair dealing ?.?d geed articles. ENGLISH WALKING COATS ENGLISH WALKING COATS ENGLISH WALKING COATS: FRENCH WALKING JACKET FRENCH WALKING JACKET FBENCH WALKING JACKET! FINE BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS FINE BLACK CLOTH FROCK COATS FINE BI-ACK CLOTH FROCK COATS VESTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS VESTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS VESTS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. FINE FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS FINE FAN< * CASSIMERE PANTS FINE FANCY CASSIMERE PANTS, MILITARY FROCK COATS MILITARY FROCK CO\TS* MILITARY FROCK COATS.' MILITARY J \CKETS. MILITARY JACKETS* MILITARY JACKETS. MILITARY PANTS AND VESTS MILITARY PANTS AN1) VESTS* MILITARY PANTS AND VESTS.' BO VP' CLOTHING, BOYS' CLOTH I NO, BOYS' CLOTHING. SIX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR f 1? MX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR $1* SIX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR *1*', SIX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR fJ6 SIX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR fl"' SIX LINEN BOSOM SHIRTS FOR <10.' UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWS, UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWS UNDER SHIRTS AND DRAWS.' KID GLOVES, KID GLOVES, KID GLOVES. NECKTIES AND SCARFS, NECKTIES AND SCARFS, NECKTIES AND SCARFS I WIESEMFIELD fe CO., CZ'EOy HALL CLOTHING ROOMS, ESTABLISHED 1847. Corner 4)t street and Pennsylvania avenue. ap l6-eo<w |J?IT1D STATU INTERNAL REV1NU1. The called to "?**?? of ths act of July 1,1862, it 21 partnerships, firms, aa*ooiations, or corporations, mads liable u> acy annual duty, license, or tax, on or before tk? first Af oarfay ?T>fayt* ta<\ year, to make a Uat or return ?? Assistant Assessor of tbe District where located of the amount of annual income, the arti wssusaass vsmhSS* b Bnch th* assessor Ue itoS.?of^ach if.r' ?*Uu,a 40 U# Maount Bvery person who shall deliver to aa Assessor frnudulsntliit or statement, with in erade the valuation or enumeration reeuir f' subject to a fine of five hundred dol if"vMdJn such ease the list will be madeout by tie Assessor or Assistant Asssssor, aadfrwS the n*aype?j enumeration so made there can be ?, nt of theanaual taxes, exeept those for ? Wous w ** d*uaaded nntil the 30th day The appropriate blanks on wbieh to make I&512s??m. * n??"WkrT information will be fur V. V Aaeeuors, at their several ?med .between the hours of three ? ?J"-.daily, to wit: PMjMnflva^iw;. u?en Assessor Wo. 1 eornsr T)TamM ? J? KUe *?d *:f*??nth street west e Jit west' ' Assessor No. J, 444 lighth ^Henrylyles, Assessor N0. 3,444 lighth street ri* JZ%T*a'0n' A""S?or No- 4 Bighth I ?SSKJmlgLtMSg"' "? """ """ south'*6 H Urc?mb*- Assessor No. 6, *4 0 ,tr?et ! eJvjZ&S,?' Aw*"?r No- 7-100 Bridge street. | hoAui$ Vf'SWi 'V the Srrt da7?n&?lSf ^ d,iJT'rt<10D or <l?e , _ Assesror for the Distriet o'cofambie. f?T-?oyfl No. 444 8th st. west, near Pa. nr. Moore * west end drug sore, ~ ?.? ??_ f U* PMWTtViJU AVEVDB i IiiI*t ??J? * Cereua, Jocques Pond ss Lilly.Ladies Bloom Youth. Ac. AcueCures It.-h RemediesVermin Killers,FrenchSee"iW fi-ecific, *<r.,&c, it.*J MM. ovrici&L. War Department, Adjutant OeneraVs OAce* 1 Washington, MarcWT, It". J All applications for leaves of absence or per mission to visit Washington mmt be addressed to Major General Halleck, Chief of btaJT,and mast specify the business for which the officer desire* the permission. Telegrams addressed direct to the Secretary of War on this subject will receive no attention. By order of the Secretary of War: E. D Tow*8WD, Assistant Adjutant General Beadquarters Military District of Washington, | Washington, B. <7., February 18, l^M. ) General Orders No. 3.?Col. T. Ingraham, 38th Massachusetts Tolunteers, is hereby detailed as Provost Marshal of the Military District of Washington. He will be respected and obeyed accordingly. By command of Brig. Gen. Martindale. John P. Shbrbubks, fe 16-tf Assistant Adjutant General. Passes ts Visit the Army ef the Petemse. 1. Applications must be made at the office of Majer Louis H. Pelouze, No. 203 F street, be tween 17th and 18th streets, between 11 a. m. and 1 p. m., except Sundays. Major Pelouse 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. Towns**?, Assistant Adjutant General. PERSONAL, ? MEDICAL.-Magnetism and Electricity is cur ing chronic and acute diseases when all other treatments fail. MRS. WREN, 449 K At., between 6th and 7th, Washington. P. 8. Ladies attended and boarded during con finement. ap 13 lin* MRS. L. SMITH, an excellent clairvoyant and test medium, 838 corner of 6th street and Mass. avenue, over grocery, examines disease-*, heals by magnetism, sees your dead and living friends, tells their character, gets names, rendu the future. Hours from 10 a. m. to 8 p. m, lip IMp* f AJhkFToNLY LOOK At THIS S-We are now M-J prepared to do any kind of Embroidery by skillful hands, on such tornis ?hnt cannot fail to satisfy. We do your stamping in elegant style, and no botrhing. and wish it to he understood tliat we are not oonnected with any other place of the kind in the city, where Stamping is advertised. Our place is 381 P street, opposite the Patent Office..^* Look out that you do not mistake the street. We daily receive new Patterns for Braid and Embroidery Just out. and ?vimp your goods while you wait. Machine Stitching neatly done. fe 18 DENTISTRY. ^JBEAL DISCOVERY IN DENTI8TSY. Tttth Ertracltd without Pain with tht Mukrite of I would advise all persons having teeth to ex tract to call at Dr. LEWIE'S office,. and have them taken out by this new i and harmless process. Also call andv examine the Doctor's new and im proved method of Inserting Artificial Teeth. If you once see the great improvement in his teeth yon will hays them in no other style than this new Tal?able one. No. 243, Pa. avenue, between 12th and 13th streets. novlB S. R. LEWIE, M. P., Dentist. MTEETH. ? LQO^i.?- ? i_the Inventor and Patentee or tbe MINERAL PLATS TEETH, at-, tends personally at his office in this! city. Slany 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 Testh they may desire, but to those who are particular and ?lsh the purest, cleanest, strongest, and most perfect denture that art can produce, the MINERAL PLATE will be more fulJy wan anted. Booms In this city?No 338 Pennsylvania avenue between 9th and 10th streets. Also, 907 Arch st? Philadelphia. mar4-ly Recruits Wanted TO PILL THE QUOTA OP THE DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA. BOUNTY PolTvETEEAHB. f S2f *1 which will be paid in advs BOUNTY BOB NSW BBCRUITB. 1991 si which will he paid ia advance. BOUNTY BOB COLORED RBOBUITS. S1CO, Paid la advance. PBR80NB WISHING TO SNLI8T Will apply to any of the following RECRUITING 0BB10BRS: a. a. barbs. . Snglne Hall, near the Market, on Pennsylvania avenue, between Seventh and Ninth streets. J. 0. HYDS, Corner of fourteenth and New York aveaae. 0. A. KBAEBBY, H street, near cerner ef Nineteenth and Penn sylvania avenue. 1. 0. PARABS. Corner of High and Dun barton streets, George 0. O. LANGLBY, Navy Yard Bridge, has been appointed Recruiting Officer. HSNBY A. BCHBBTZ, Captain and Provost Marshal, j U-tf District of Columbia. BY DIRECTION OF THE SECRETARY OP THE TREASURY. I hereby give notice that 1 em prepared to receive subscriptions on acconnt of United Stat* s Bonds authorized by the act of March 3. 1664, bearing date March 1, 1864, redeemable at tne pleasure of the Government, after ten years, and payable forty years 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 may prefer. Registered bonds will be issued of the denomina tions ofTifty dollars, ($50.) One Hundred dollars, <f JOO.) Five Hundred dollars, ($500,) One Thousand dollars. (fl.POO,) Pive Thousand dollars, ($5 ow,) and Ten Thousand dollars, ($10y000,)and Coupon Bonds of the denominations of Pifty dollars, ($50,) Ore Hundred dollars,($100,) Pive Hundred dollars, ($5*0.) and One Thousand dollars, ($1,000.) 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 fctates 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 mav be, until the day of subscription and payment. Upon receipt of subscriptions I will issue my certificate of deposit therefor in duplicate, the oiiginal 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 oricinal 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 expected that the first deliveries of Coupon Bonds <7ill be made not later than the fourth (4th) of April. B. E. SPINNER, mh 26-4W Treasurer United 8tates. SSTHITB VIRGIN WAX OP ANTILLES?A new ?? Prench 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 preserving 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 20 and SO cents. HUNT'S BLOOM OP ROSE8, a most perfect color for the cheeks or Hps, 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 & C? " is blown on the bottles. Fer sale at A. CBOYEAU'B. IT 1 Baltimore street, Baltimore, and W. B. LNT WISLE, corner Twelfth street and Pennsylvania are., Washington D. C. ap! 3m ax ?r. w. a. ?NTWISLB'S Drag Store earnZT* TP HE OONPIDBST1AL GUIDS. Old, row Jfc1"*8*" SSPRIGERATORS. We of REFRIGERATORS. OS ??> invite r>articnlar attention to our largo stock REFRIGERATORS, believing them to be the best and cheapest & poN'S Hovipe-farnishing Store, 31* Ii on Hall, afM-ecet Pa. av.Tfcetand Mb ?.ts. PROPOSALS. flBDNANOB OFFICE, U Wa* DEPART***!1, Washingtoh, April 6,18M. Scaled Proposals will be received at this Depart ment until 4 o'clock p. id. on Wednesday .the 4th day of May, lS64.for the delivery of all the Wrought Iron Plates and Bar* as hereinafter specified, ne cessary to build the following Carriages : For 15-inch Guns, 7u Barbette Front Pintle, 3' Barbette Center Pintle, For 10-inch Guns, 16" Casemate Carriages, 300 Front Pintle Barbette, For 8-inch Guns, 70 Front Pintle Barbette. The parts required for Wrought Iron Barbette and Casemate Carriages are a* follows : roa topcarkiag*. Check-Plates. Braces, Caps, Shn?s. Transoms Guide Hooks, Gnide Hook Bar, Trunnion Bed?. Angle Shapes, Bolts. CHASSIS, FROST AND CENTER F1NTLB. Rails, Rail Plates, Rail Chords, Rail Braces, Transoms, Angle Iron Floor Cleats, Pintle Tran soms, Transom Washers. Axle Shapes, Fork Shapes, Hurters, Chassis, Step, Assembling Bolts. CASEMATE CARRIAGE CHASSIS. Parts named before and rail top bars. The number and dimensions of the iron plates and 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 ertowu, Frankford or Alleghany Arsenala,the New York agency, or at this office. Printed schedules, containing the number of plates and bars required, can be obtained at the above named places. On these bidders will state the price at which they propose to manufacture each part, in the manner therein prescribed. The iron to be us.?d in the manufacture of the plates and bars to be as follows: ROLl.KD IROW. Check-Plates and Rail-Plates of medium quality of iron, fibre in direction of length, tenacity not less than 48,000 lbs per square inch. Transoms all to be of best quality charcoal flange iren. fibre in direction of length, tenacity not less than 48.000 lbs per square inch. Trunnion Beds to be of best quality of charcoal iron, tenacity not less than 54,000 lbs per square inch. Checks, JBraces, Hurters, and Counter-bnrter*, all to be ot good medium iron. Tenacity not less than 48,000 lbs per square inch. Balls, Rail Chords, Chassis Braces, Caps and Shoes, and Angle Iron, to be of good quality of wfll-refiped. fibrous |ron, Tenacity not less than S0,0?yil\irf Del1 rf'qlUre Tneli. , . Axles for 8-inch and lC-inch carriflg^B, And all Traverse Wheel Journals, to be of best charcoal fibrous iron. Tenacity not le6s than 55,00*lbsper square inch. All Boltsand Rivets to be of best charcoal fibroun iron. Tenacity est less than 58,OOO lbs per square inch. HAMMERED 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 65,000 pounds per square inch. Bidders will specify the date at which they can commence deliveries, and the rate at which they can deliver each part thereafter. No bids will be received except from parties actually engaged in the manufacture of this or similar kinds of work, and who can briss 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 will 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 bond. 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 Ordnance, Wash ington, D. C.," and will be endorsed " Proposals for wrought iron plates and bars for iron gun car riages ' GEO. D. RAMSAY, ap 8-td Brigadier General. Chief of Ordnance. ROPOSALS FOR FLOUR. i Office Prpot Cotnmiffarv of Subsistence, Washington, I). C , April )5. 13R4.1 Seamed Proposals are invited until the 2Rth inst., at 12 o'clock m., for furnishing the Subsist ence Department with eight thousand (8,000) bar rels of FLOUR. The proposals will be for what is known at this Depot as Nob. ], 2 and 3, and bids will be entertained for any quantity less than the whole. Bids must he in duplicate, and for each grade on separate sheets of paper. The Flour to be fresh ground, and delivered in new oak barrels, head lined. The delivery of the Flour to commence within five days from the opening of the bids, and in such quantities, daily, as the Government may direct; delivered at the Government warehouse 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 from the opening of the lids. Payment will be made in certificates of indebt edness or such other funds as the Government may have for disbursement. The usual (iovernment inspection will be made just before the Flour is received. and none will be accepted which is not fresh ground. An oath of allegiance must accompany the bid o( each bidder who has not the oath on file ii?thi? office, ai.d no bid will be entertained from partieg who hav<- [rt-evioiisly failed to comply with theif bids, or from bidders Dot present to respond. Government reserves the right to reject any bid for any cause. Bids to be addressed to the under signed. at No. 2'J3 G street, endorsed "Proposals for Flour." S. C. GREENE, apl6-d Captain and C. S. V. P ROPOS A LS FOR GRADING, STONEWORK ,& c Ckfitr of Wash Washington SHINCTOS ARSPNAT., f ON. I). C., April If,. 1854. S *v a mi iii<j a u.v . 1/ . v ? ^ A pill I". 113 ??. 1 Sealed Proposals will In- received at this office, for ten days Irom this date, for Grading that por tion of the Arsenul grounds north of the Peniten tiary, and for building and furnishing a part of the stone for abea-wall on the west side of said i rounds, in accordance with specifications, plans, t nd sections to be seen at this office. The bids will be by the cubic yard for the exca Viting.and by the perch of twenty-five cubic feet rt r the atom-work, the prices to be written out in words in the bids. Each proposal will be accompanied by a guaranty signed by two responsible persons, that in case such bid is accepted, the principal or the guaran tors will. within five days thereafter, execute the contract with sufficient sureties in a sum equal to one half of the amount of the contract, to fulfil the same conformably with the specifications: and, in case said bidder should fail to enter into"tne con tract, they to make good the difference between the offer of said bidder ami 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 Jo be addressed to Captain J. G. Rkn Ton at this post. and endorsed " Proposals for Gra ding. Stonework, Ac." ? All proposals received under this advertisement will l>e opened on Tuesday, April 2>ith,at 12 o'clock m.. when all bidders may he present. No bid will be considered that does not conform to the requirements of thisad vertiseinent, 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, ap 16-td Com'g Washington Arsenel. P MAYOR'S OFFICE. April 2?. 1864. ROPOSALS will be received at the Mayor's office until 12 o'clock m., on Thursday, 2Bth instant, for grading and graveling D streetsouth, between 13th and I4tn streets west The gravel to be niue inches in the centre, ta pering off to fout inches toward the gutter line; to be well rolled with a heavy roller.and all boulders of an improper size to be removed. The surplus earth to be deposited between 14th and 1.1th streets, without compensation to the contractor. No part of the appropriation will be paid until the work is approved by the Commissioner and both the Assistant Commissioners. Bidders will state the price per cubic yard for grading and square yard irqh Commissioner 8eventh Ward. H. A CLARKE. DANIEL RAGAN, ap 21-eot?8 Assistant Commissioners. MAYOR S OFFICE. April 2 1, 1864. ROPOSALB will be received at this office until 12 m. on Thursday, the 28th day of April instant, for trimming and graveling Sixth street east, front Pennsylvania avenue to G street south. The graver to be nine inches in the center, tapering off to four inches toward the gutter line; to be well rolled with a heavy roller after graveling, and to be re lieved of all boulders of an improper size, at the discretion of the Commissioner of the Ward. No part of the appropriation will be paid until the work approved by the Commissioner and both Assistant Commissioners. Bidders will state the price per cubic yard for grading and square >ard for graveling. W II. HAMILTON, Commissioner of the Fifth Ward. W.A.FLETCHER Commissioner of the Sixth Ward. JOSEPH T. MITCHELL, J. H. MEAD, ' ap 21 -eot2S Assistant Commissioners. P MAYOR'S OFFICE, April at). 18U * ROPOSALS will be received at this office until 12 o'clock M. ou Thursday, the 28th instant, for grading and graveling C street south, between Ninth and Tenth streets west; the gravel to be nine mches in the enter, tapering off to four inches to ward the gutter; to be well rolled with a heavy roller, and to be relieved of all stone of an impro per siae, at the discretion of the Commissioner No part of the appropriation will be paid until the work is approved by the Commissioner and both the Assistant Commissioners. Bidders will state the price per cnbic yard for grading and square vard for graveling. JAMES H. BHtCH Commissioner of the Seventh Ward WM. C, BAMBERGER JOHN MORTIMER,' ap ??M-eot'.'Mn Assistant Commissioners. PMA'iOR S OFFICE. April a) irii ROPOSAL8 will be received at the Mayor's office until 12 o'clock m., on Thursday, the 28th inVuu ? lor grading and graveling C street south, between Gth and 7th streets west. ' oe?een The gravel to be nine inches in the center taoer inu ofl to four inches toward the gutter line- to be well rolled with a heavy roller, and to be relieved ot all boulders of an improper size, at the discretion of the Commissioner. No part of the appropriation will b* ca'd until the work ia approved by the Commissioner and both Assistant Commissioners. Bidders will state the jrice per cubic yard for grading and square yard for graveling JAME8U. BURCn Commissioner of the 8eventh Ward RHODY O'BRIEN ,, . THOMAS CAsVet.L, ii|) ?.-e?t*eih Assistant Commissioners. PBOrOSALS. PROPOSALS FOR BITUMINOUS COAL. C%ltf Quarts matttr's OJttu Btpet Wn>\in*:on,) Wa;Atn*rr*, JD- C . Apiii 22. Ifl6i. \ Sealed Proposals will be received ?t this office until MONDAY. Mar 2,1864. at 12 o'clock m . for the ilelivery of the following amounts of COAL at the points named. viz : 1.01)0 ton* of BITUMINOUS COAL at Alexan dria Va 1,000 tons of BITUMINOUS COAL at Washing ton, D. C. Delivery of the whole amonnt contracted for at each point to be made in twenty (2 >) days from the date of the contract * Bonds in a sum equal to half the amount of the cont -act will be required of the successful bidder or bidders Bids received for five hundred f300)tons or more, and should be made separate for the delivery at earh of the points named Proposals must be plainly endorsed, "Proposals for Bituminous Coal. Wa?hinsrton."or ?"Alexan dria."' a" the case mav be, ana addret-se.) to the undersigned. D. H RUCKER. Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster, r.p 22 td Depot of Washington pROPOirALS FOR WHITE PINE SHINGLES. Chit J' Quarter masttr\< Offiet, Depct of Washington,t Washington. D. C. April 22,13>4. \ Sealed Proposals will be received at this office until Tuesday. May 10,1SS4. at 12o'clock m., for the delivery at this depot of the following amounts of SHINGLES: Ono million'd.TOO.fiOii) No. 1,18-inch white pine shingles, (sawed clear.) The shingles to be made from eood material, to j be subjected to a rigid inspection before beiiuj re ceived, and the whole amount contracted for to be delivered within thirty <3?> days from signing of contract. Bonds in a sum equal to half of the amount of tlie contracts will be required of the successful bidder or bidders. Bids received for two hundred and fifty thousand (2SO,<K)ii) shingles, or more. Samples of the shingles proposed for will be re quired of each bidder. Proposals must be plainly endorsed, "Proposals for White Pin* Shingles," and addressed to the undersigned. D. if. RUCKBR, Brigadier General and Chief Quartermaster, ap 25-td Depot of Washington, D. O. pBQrQPAfrliVQlt VQlACtl. Oiiir QoA?*ni(AKTn'8 Or now. 1 WASHOMTOI Diro*. Dm. ?, 1888,1 ?bAlis Proposals art Invited the under signed for supplying the U. S. Quartermaster's De partment, at Washington, D. O..Baltimore. Md.. Alexaddria, and fort Monroe, Va., or either of lor roran - BondsTln a no mu tract, signed by tii guarantors, will be re< ?? places,with Hay, Corn, Oats and Straw. Bids will be reoeived for the delivery of 8,000 fcna)??l^of corn or oats and 0> tons of hay or straw, Bidders mast state at which of the above-named points they propose to make deliveries, and the rates at which they will make deliveries thereat, the quantity of eaoh article proposed to be deliv ered, the time when said deliveries shall he oom menced, and when to be completed. The priee most be written out in words on the bids. Oorn to be pat np In aood stoat saehs, of abont two bushels eaoh. Oats in like sacks of about three bushels each. The sacks to be furnished without extra charge to the Government The hap and straw to be s?surety baled. . _ The partiouler kind or description of oats, com. hay or straw proposed to be delivered most be stated ^AU t?e?arUcles offered under the bids herein in vited will be subject to a rigid inspections by the Government Inspector before bein* accepted. 0 on tracts 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 accompany his proposal with a guaranty, signed by two responsi ole persons that in ease his bid is acoepted he or they will, witnin ten days thereafter, execute the oontract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties In a sum equal to the amount of the con tract. to deliver the forage proyosed in eonformlty with the terms of this advertisement; and in ease 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 oontract may be awarded. The responsibility of the guarantors must be shown by the official Certificate of a U. 8. District Attorney, Collector of Customs or any other offi eer under the United States Government or re sponsible person known to this offlee, All bidders will be duly notified of tne acceptance ozfrejectlon of their proposals. The full name and r. 0. address of each blddef must be legibly written in the proposal. Proposals must be addressed to Brig. Gen. D H, Backer, Chief Depot Quartermaster, Washington, D. 0., and should be plainly marked "Proposals for forage" , ^ ~ lual to the amount of the oon te contractor and both of his required of the successful bid der or bidders upon signing the oontract. Blank forms or bids, guarantees, and bond* jnay be obtained upon application at this offioe. PORM Off PROPOSAL. (Town, County and State) (Date) I. the subscriber, de hereby propose to furnish and 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, Dee. 8, 1863, tne following articles, vis : bushels of Oorn, in sacks, at per bushelof Kpounds bushels of Oats, In sacks, at per bushel of 39 pounds tons oi baled Hay, at per ton of 1,000 pounds tons of baled Straw, at per ton of IfiOO _ pounds. Delivery to commence on or before the day of , fat , and to be completed on or before the day of , 186 , and pledge myself to enter into a written contract with tne United States, with good and approved securities within the space of ten days after being notified that my bid has beeu accepted. Yonr obedient servant. Brigadier General D. H. Bocxxa, General Depot Quartern aster. Washington, D. 0, _ GUABATY. _ We, the undersigned, residents of ? , in the County of and Btate of . hereby. jointly and severally, covenant with the United States, and guarantee in case the foregoing bid of -?? be acoepted. that he or they will, within ten days after the aooeptance 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. 12?' n!t r w*'?h the bid was made, and, in case the said shall fall to enter into a centrao* as aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the uiffer ence between the offer by said and the next lowest responsible bidder, or the person to whom the contraot may be awarded. Witness, Given undir our hands and seals this ? day of ,188. fS*skI.l (Beal.I 1 hereby eerttfv that, to the best of my know ledge and belief, the above-named guarantors are good and sufficient as sureties for the amount for which they offer to be security. To be - Jfied by the United States District 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, *o *~tf Brig. Gen, and Q. M. 'PROPOSALS WILL Bl R10BIVBD AT THB I Treasury Department. Office of the Supervising Architect. Washington. D. O., until 12 m. of the 1st day of May, 1864, for all the Fire and Burglar proof Safes and Vaults required by the Treasury Depart ment prior to Mav 1,1868 Plans and specifications can be obtained by ap plication to this office p? Mot-ally or by letter. Bids to be per so per tidal foot, including door and all necessary fixtures, measured ontheoutsid*;the Sriee named to oover all charges whatever, except ke freight and the actual travelling expenses of workmen to the place where the Vaults are to be erected. Ssfes to be delivered at the Railroad Depot or Steamboat Wharf for transportation, in good order and cond ltion, without charge. Locks for the Vaults or Safes will be furnished by the Department, but must be properly put on by the oentraetor without charge. All bids must be acaompenied by tffe bond of two responsible poisons in the sum of 05,000 that the bidder will accept and perform the contract if awarded to him; the sufficiency of the security to be certified to by the Collector of Internal Bevenue of the District. The Department reserves the right to reject any or all the bids if it be considered its interest to do so, and no bid will be considered that does not oon form to the requirements of this advertisement. Bids to be enclosed in a sealed envelope, endorsed "Proposals for Safis and Vaults ?? ISAIAH BOGBBS, m>JB-8awtdr Supervising Architect. pHIBff QUABTBBHABTBB'SOBHOB, 1 v ?... Dsror op WASXIXOTOI. I w,Offi?Purnlture. Harness, and Beddlery, are re quested to send to ihis office, on the MONDAY of sfcs&'stfts'ssis snaflrwa Denot atsl ort notice, withthe price of eaoh mar k 0}m pain ignres, so that, la esse the exigencies of the cervine squire It, the artisle or articles can PAPOMS! WHAT'S CAPONS P-GO TO Canons' '8,119 P*?nsylvanla avenue, and WIL see his In PI is method of South Down Mutton, 8al?m county (B. J.) Veal Prime Philadelphia Butter, Capons, i^BSfisttaassr BrcusejSid^ Woodcofr, and every tuwv Of thg lopuekM,. nJSSKSSSU. MlMn between mh isHwh streets. Jg.TA.IU.>!> }inb IU2|IU ^ KI| ?30,000 to loan in all inwoa Watches, Jewelry, Diamonds, Silver Ware, Ladles' and Gents' /Sk Wearing Apparel, and for the purpoee o(lvA enlarging our business, we have erected in V warehouse aadwe now nuke loans on Merchan dise, furniture. 4c., at our old established stand. Ho. 361 0 St., betw. 4* and 6th, rear of Rational Hotel.' fn&l-Sm) X. HBRZ0XBQ * SON, TRAVELERS' DIBEOTOBY. BALTIMORE AND OHIO RAILROAD. On and after Snnday,April 10th, 1854, Daily Train* will be run between* Washington and Now York and Washington and the West, as follow* : FOR PHILADELPHIA, NEW YORK, AND BOSTON. LenTe Washington at 7.3^ a m, 11.15 a rn.5 ? p no, eXOnP8unUd?yBat.V2np m for PHILADELPHIA,an! 7.yi p m for NEW YORK. *???.? Passengers for Philadelphia will take notice the 5 JO p ni train is the latest train, daily for Pkua ^The'train at 7.V1 p m does "not to to Philadelphia, and ? for Ntu> York passenters tzolusictly. FOR BALTIMORE Leave Wsphington at 6.31 am, 7.9) a m, 11.15 a to, 3.00 s n, 4 J p m, 5.? p m, and 8.? P in, except Sundays. , . ? On Sundays at 7.3" am, and 3 and 5.20 p m. FOR ALL PARTS OF THE WEST. Leave Washington at 6.30 a no, and 3 and 8.20 p m daily, except Sunday. On Sunday, at 3 and 5.M p m, only. FOR WASHINGTON AND THE SOUTH. Leave Baltimore at 3.45, 4.?, 7, 9 an 1 10 a ra, and 3.:?, 4.45 and 7.M) pm, daily, except hnnday. On Sunday,at 3.45 and 4.20 am and 3.30 p m,on!y FOR ANNAPOLIS. Leave Washington at 6.30am, and 3 and 4.30 p m, daily, except Sunday. No train For Annapolis on Sunday. Trains leading Washington at7.30a>*i and 7.50 p ni go through to New York without change of cars. Sleeping Car on 7.JO p ra train. Berths in sleep ing car can be secured until 5 pm, daily, at the Ticket Office; after that hour they must fee secured of the sleeping car conductor. . The first and fourth trains from Washingtonstop "VorfuYt^er "in formation. tickets of every kind, kc.. apply to GEO. 8. KOONTZ, Agent at Wash ington Station, or at the Ticket olhce. W. P. SMITH. Master of Transportation L. M. COLE. General Tfcket Agent. apll-tf PROPOSALS. u SITED 8 T ATI 8 MAIL. 0V1BLAHD CALIFORNIA ROUTS. POST Orricu Dxpartm?*t, I Washintton City. Ma?ck 2i, MW j Profobalb will be received at the OontractOffice of this Department until 3 p. m., Jane14,1861, (to be decided next day.) for conveying the mails of the United State* in the State of Kabsas and the Territoriea of Colorado, Utah,endNavADA, from the 1st of Oetober. 1*4. to the yth of September, 18f8. Inclusive, on the rontea and by the schedules of departure* and arrival* herein specified, cansti tnting the overland ronte to California. KANSAS. _ o , ^ Host* No. 14,260?from Atchison, Kansas, or Saint Joseph, Missouri, to Salt Lake City, Utah Territory, 1220 miles and back, daily, supply ing euch offices as may be on the ronte. Schedule from lit of April to 1st of December, (8 months.) Leave Atchison or Saint Joseph daily, at 8 a. m; Arrive at Salt Lake City eleventh day, by lla. m? (243 hour*;) Leave Salt Lahe OityMaily at 10 a. in.; Arrive at Atchison or Saint Joseph eleventh day. by lp m., <243 hours;) Schedule from 1st of December to lit of April, (4 months ) , Leave Atchison or Batnt Joseph dai'y.atSa. m.; Arrive at Salt Lake Oity fourteenth day, by 2 a. (S0? hoars,) _ , Leave Salt Lake Oity daily. at 7 p. m.; Arrive at Atchison or Saint Joseph fourteenth d%ds to* extend the daily'service from Salt Lake City, by Virginia City, to Folsom. 698 miles furth er, supplying sneh offices as are on the route, and supplying Denver, Colorado Territory, daily, by the moat direct ronte, forming due connexions with the main line, will he considered. If service on this route, as extended, be let, that on routes Nos. 14,826 and 18,761 will not be. The accepted bidder will have the privilege to oommence service on the 1st July, 1864. II B ?The paper and document mail for the Pacific coast to be sent by sea. UTAH TBBRITORY. Route No. 14.616?Pre m Halt Lake City to Virginia Oity, Nevada Territory, 568 miles and back, daily, supplying such offices as maybe on the route. Schedule from 1*/ of April to 1st of December,(S months.) Ieave Salt Lake City daily, at 1 p. m,: Arrive at Virginia City sixth day, by 11 a. m,, (116 hours;) L? ave Virginia Oity daily, at 10 a m Arrive at Salt Lake City sixth day, by 8 a. m,; (118 hours;) Schedule ft cm 1st of December to 1st of April (4 months.) Leave Salt Lake City dally, at 8 a. m.; Arrive at Virginia Oity seventh day, by 1 a. m? (139 hours;) Leave Virginia Oity daily, at 10 p. m.; Arrive at Salt Lake City seventh day, by ? p. m. (139 hours.) If the extended service Invited on route 14JS0 be let to contract, service on this route will not be. NBVADA TERRITORY. Route No.15,761?Prom Virginia Oity to PoliomCity, California. 140 miles and baek, daily, sap plying such offi ces as may be on the route. Schedule from l?t of April to 1st of D>r ember ({ months.) Leave Virginia City daily, at 12m,; Arrive at Folaom City next day, by 11 a. m,, rsj hours;) Leave Pelsom Oity daily, at 10 a. m.; Arrive at Virginia C'ty next day, by 9 a. m., HI hour*.) Schedule from l$t of December to 1st of April (I months.) Leave Virginia City dally, at 2 a. m ; Arrive at folaom City next day, by 1 p. m., (S5 hours;) Leave Polsom City daily, at 10 a. m.; Arrive at Virginia City next day, at 9 p. m ,(38 houra ) If the extendel service invited on route 14,263 bg let to contract, service on this route will not be. NOTK8. Xach route must be bid for separately, with sep ai ate guarantee and certificate, and must provide for the conveyance of the mail ''with celerity, cer tainty, and lecurity." using the terms of the law. It will be perceived that the schedules for the running time are arranged bo aa to form one coa tiruous line from Atchison, Kansas, or St. Joseph. Mi'soori, to Folcom City and back, conveying ;he mail, each wav, in 16 days, eight months in the year; and in 20 dtys foui months in the year. for form of proposal, guarantee, and certificate* and for instructions, requirements, Ac , bidders are referred to the pamphlet advertisement of October 15, 1563, at the principal post offices. Bidders should be careful to post-pay bids. mb25 '? M. BLAIR. Postmaster Oereral ^ M ALL STORKS, AO. Navy Bepartvsrt, Bureau cf Provisions and Clothing, March 26, 1864. . Separate Proposals, sealed and endorsed "Pro posals for Small Stores, Ac.," will be received at this office until 12 o'clock m., on the S6th day of April next, for furnishing and delivering (on re viving ten days' notice) at the United 8tates navy yards at Charlestown, Massachusetts, and Brook lyn, New York, in such numbers and quantities and at such times as may be specified by the Chief of this bureau, or fey the commandants of the said navy yards, respectively, during the remainder of the fiscal year ending on the 30th day of June, 185i, the numbers and quantities of the different arti cles, and at the places specified in the following list, via: ( harlestoitn. Brooklyn Salt water Soap lbs?. j),u o 85.000 Thread, black and white,lbs 20o l,tf>0 Riband, hat. pieoes 2 000 8,0M Tape, white, pieces 4.90 4,000 Tape, black, pieces 3.0? 1JJC0 Spools cotton ? ~ 6,000 12.000 Silk, sewing, lbs 2*> 500 Pocket handkerchiefs 8,too 21,5)0 Needles, tewing, papers 1,000 14,000 Thimbles 3 000 sooo Jack-knives. 2 500 Scissors.TT 1,800 2.500 Razors . - .500 8,000 Bazor strops. _..l4jD00 2,U)0 Shaving boxes,. ? ljoo 19,800 Shaving brushes 2.00J 2,000 Shaving foap,eahes 6.(100 20.000 bi r, | 164. \ Scrub brushes 2,000 2,000 Blacking brushes ??.? 1.000 3.000 Whish brooms 1,000 2,003 Ragle coat buttons, dozen 500 Bagle medium buttons, doseu 800 Basle vest buttons, dozen I.000 ? D. X. buttons, dosen 5000 JO000 line combs... 4,000 18,000 Coarse combs 4,000 30.000 Spoons 2,500 18,000 Pbrks...? 8JOO 2,800 Blachlng boxes 6,00" 40.000 Can openers ? BOO Sparine candles, lbs? 60,000 Offers may be made for one or more articles, at the optics ef the bidder, and in ease more than one artlole Is contained in the offer the Chief of the Bureau wil> have the right to accept one or more o' the articles oonteined in such offet and reject the remainder. The prices must be uniform, and off us must tmbratt all of any one or more of the articles deliverable at all the stations. Per the description of articles in the above lift bidden are referred to the samples at the said Navy lards, and to the advertisement of this Bureau dated August 15th. 1888. awl for informa tion as to the Uws and regulations (In pamphlet form) regardidg contracts, to the offieeg of thesev eril oommandfUBti of fiiTy Yirdi w forms of prtposals may be obtained on ap plication to the n*vta$MU at P*t*wia?,Ntm Hampshire. boston, Ntic York, B?l(i more. and at tkts Bureau. mn?>-iaw4w IJOOPING PRL*1 booiiho ul*II H. O. WILSON A CO., Poor of S2d 8t. W*8*, WAsmiotoi, D, 0., Manufacturers of ROOPINO PRLT, DRY AND TARRRD SHRATH 1NO, ROOPINO ORMRNT and LAMP BLACK, PRLT AND OKMNNT, Wholesale and Retail. Dealers supplied on the most liberal terms. Pactory?Poot of 2M street west. Office?IS 122d street, below Pa. avenue. mh ll-3m? It* O N R TI MONRYI MONRTl M. K. WALSH * CO., /Q\ LICENSED PAWNBROKERS, 0 ? IW? No. 899 C street, between *th and 10th 1 Near the Varieties. Money advanaed on Gold and Silver Watches .... Diamonds,^Ladies and Oentleaen's WaiJing^Ap 1 hIGBST OF TDR LAWS OP THE DISTRIC LOOK SE&flMQBM. teal Bemedy in tk* world for DISK AS B8 Of 1MPBUDBN0B. Ethtf tn Six Horn*'. No Tryfiinr Ptrsons Ruinrd by If nor mm Prttendtrs, or iy Dtadly Poison Mtrntry, skouid nrpiy Weakness of the Back, Involantary iK'charges, Btrictares, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder. 1m potency. General Debility, Nervousness. Dys (epsy. Languor, Low Spirits. Confaajon of Ideas, ^wipiritJ, Confyion or Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling, Dimneearf Bight orGiddineas. Disease of the Head! Throat. Hose or Bkla, Affections of the Liver. Lane*, Stomach or Bowela?thoee Terrible IMaor dera arising from Solitary Hablta of Yoath?the bbcbbt and solitary pi actioes mora fatal to their TiOti llya antii ble. viotims than the tone of Byreas to the mariners of Blysras, blight ngtheir meet brilliant hopaa or anticipation*, rendering marriage, A.C., impoaal 10 UNO MEN Especially, who have become the victims of Soli tary vice,that draalfnl and destructive habit which annually sweews to an mntimely grave thoasands oI Tonng Men of the moat exalted talent aad brilliaat Intellect, who might otherwise hava entranced lis tening Senates with the thunders of eloquenoe. or waked to exstacy the living lyre,may call with fail confidence. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE. These are some of the aad and melancholy effects produced by early habits of roath, tIs: Wonka cea of the Back and Limbs, Pain In tha Head, Dimness of Eight, Loss of Mnacalar Power, Palpitation of tha Heart, Dnpepsy^Nsiroas Irritability. De rangement of tha Digestive Pn notions. General De bility, Symptoms of Consumption. fte. Mbbtalitt.?The fearfnl ef ' __ . ? mARRIAQk. marrud Ptrsons, Marrua Per sous, or yoang man so ntemplatia marriage, aware of Physical Weakness, Organic Debility, Wartng of the Organa, Deformities, ho. shonld apply immadlataly. He who places bins self under the eare ofO . jr. y reli gioaaly confide In his honor as ageatloman. and confidently rely agon his skill as n Physician. 0MAPJ??4BiV) .uflEg;?0* ssasir?5?asw%s restored. Thoasands of the most nervous, debili tated and Impotent, who had lost all hope, haw been immediately relieved. All impediments to marriage, Physical or Mental Disqualifications, Low of Procrsatire Power, Ner vous Irritability, Tremblings, and Weakaess.or Bx? haastioa of the moat fearfol kind, speedily cared. Member of th^Boy'aPColfese o} Bargeons, Low don. Graduate from one of the most eminent Ool ?es In the United States, ?ud the greater part of oee life baa been spent ^n the hospitals ofLon asd ears when asleep.great nerveusneeebt alarmed at snddsn sounds, bashfulness. with treeaeat blashing. attended sometimes with derangement who have Injured themselres oy a oertaia praetlee Indulged in when alone?a habit fresaeatly learned from eril companions, or at school, the effects at which are nightly felt, evea when asleep, and if no* cared renders marriage impossible, and destroys both mind and body, inoald apply Immediately. What a pity that a young man, the hope of hid itry and darling of his parents, shoald be snatched from all the prospects and enjoyments of life by the consequenoe of deviation from the pat* of natare and Indulging In a certain secret habit. Bach persons mnst^e^erc^oontcmplnUag reflect that a sound mind and bod* ere the most necessary requisites to promote oonnnbinl happi ness Indeed, without these the Journey throagh Ufa becomes a weary pilgrimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the view: the mind becemec shadowed with despair and filled withfthe melan choly reflections that the happiness or another id blighted with oar own. D1SEASE8 OF IMPR UDSNCB. When the misyaided and lmpradent votary Oi pleasure finds he has imbibed the eeedsof this pain ? fnl disease, it often happens that an ill-timed sense of sbame or dread of discovery deters him from ay plying to those who. Trom education aad respecta bility, can alone befriend hira. He falls into tttd hands of ignorant acd designing pretenders. who. Incapable of earing, filch his pecuniary substance, keep him trifling moatb after month, or as long as the smallest fee can be obtained, and ia despair leave him with ruined health to sigh over his gall ing dissppolntoent; or, bv the use of that deadly poison, Mcrenry, hasten the constitutional symp toms of this terrible disease such as Affectlcns of tbe Head. Throat, Nose, Skin etc., progressing with frightful rapidity until death pats an end to his dreadful sufferings by sending him to that un discovered country r "m whose boarae no traveler "om'Ol T SOUTH sBBDBBICK STRUT, left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doors from the corner. Pall not to observe name and nnmber. ?ST No letter* received unless post-paid and con taining a stamp to be ased oa the reply. Ptrsona writing shonld state age. and send portion of ad vertisement describing symptoms. Tht Dr.'s Diploma Kan is tn kit Qffict. INDOBSUIlMr OP THB PBB8S. The many thoasands cared at this institatioa within the last twenty years, and the nameroas Important Sara leal Operations performed by Dr. Johnston, witnessed by the reporters of "The Ban'* and many other papers, notices of which have ap peared again and again before the pablie betides ale standing as a gentleman of character and re sponsibility, Is a sufflcieat guarantee to tha af? ? SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED. Ja?-ly gBCBBT DISS ABBS I BBOBBT DIBBA&'B-li BAM All TAN'S GI SAMARITANS GIFT! THB MOST OBBTAIN BBMBDT BVBB U8ID " Yes. A Positive Cure" for OONORRHCEA, BLEST, STRICTURES, <?1 Contains no Mlnsml, no Balsam,no-Mercury. Only Ten Pills to be Taken to Kftst a Cure. They are entirely vegetable. having no smell ner any unpleasant taste, aad will not in any way in Jure the stonach or bowels of the most delicate Cures in from two to four days, and recent cases In "twenty-foar hoars.'1 Prepared by a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, one of the most eminent Doctors and Chemists of the present day ao axrosuaa, hotroublb, *o chajjqb weitevir, Let those who have despaired of getting cured, or who have been gorged with Balaam Oopavia, or crcnry try gfatABlTAWB OJFTt Bent by mail in a plain envelope. Price?Male packages, 9*. Pemale, 9*. BLOOD! BLOOD11 BLOOD I! I BC&0PULA.ULCEB8,80BB8, SPOTS, TBTTBBS. BCALis. BOILS. BYPatLIB OB YB NBBBAL DIBBABBB, Ac. SAMARITANS ROOT AND HERB J U1CES. Is offered the public as a positive care. SYPHILIS OB VBftBRBAL DI8BA8S8. the 84 M ABIT AN <8 BOOT AND HBBB JUICB, is tha most potent, certain aad effectual remedy ever prescribed; it rsaehes and eradicates every particle of the venereal poison, so that the care is thorough and permanent. Take then of this purifying reme dy and be healed, and do net transmit to yoar poa will remove every vestige of Imparities from the system cas well as all the bad effeots of Mercury. PBMALB8 I PBMALBB! I In many affections with which namberc of Pe nales suffer, the BOOT AN D HBBB JUIOBB ia most happily adapted, ia Ulcerated Uteroo, i? Whites, in bearing down. Palling of the Womb, Debility, and for all complaints Incident to the sex. ^Sent by express. Price 91 a bottle, or t bottled ?I *' SAMABITAN/S OHANOBB WASH. Price 28 cents. Pall directions. DBBMOND ft CO., Box 1?1 Philadelphia Poaf OMce. Bold by 8. OALYBBT VOBD, corner of 11th aa Pa. aveaae. HBNBY 0Q9B, Alexandria. mayd-tf Y CONFIDENTIAL. OUNG MBN who have injured themselves by certain secret hablta which anflt them tor bnslaeaa, av - -? ? ? ? ??? years, before placing themselves ander the treat meat of any one, shoald first read " THB BBOBBT PBIBND." Married Ladies will learn Basse thing of importance by perusing " ThsJSeeret Priend." Sent to any address, in a sealed envelope oa re* ceipt of Tea Cents Addreea . M 9a. OH AS. A. STUABT ft OO., de 14-ly Boston. Mait, A DAMS BXPBBSS COMPANY. A OPPIOB Sid PA. Iybnub, Washington, D. 9. ?ALU Porwarded with SAPBTY AMD DISPATCH bo ail acceaalblc aectiona of the conn try. This Oombany has age Mica la the iciaalgal Bail way Towaa la ^SOBTH, BABT, WBBT. AND B0BTHWB8T. caviar dad thenoe by Baropeaa caps iss sa te ail prom iaeat commercial towaa laGreaT Britain aadtheOaa tinent. Chaptal*s Agricultural Chemistry, LIcmc "a Agncaltaral Chsmistry. Liebir's Principles of Agricaltoral Chemistry. Preach ^s Par as Drainage. Deep-Laad Calture. By Henry Stepheaa: Loa* Stephana' Maaaal ef Practical Drainage: Loa Ditching aad Draining Tablea: Loadoa. Doaaldf Land Drainue: London. _ SSn4?'' w&ssno'imnmf. laa Box will raaroan a Ouaa.? laata are pnrely vegetable. It In to the taste, haa ao bad odor, aad the veat pocket withoat fear of ?I?rw- are free. Price 91 a box. Sold by JOtfF J. XBOMBB, sacoeaaor to S. O^Upham, #? Oh, ataat at., Philadelphia, aad la Waehlag. tea by S. O. V0B9, S9S Peaaaylvaaia avanaa. eat by mail. H iH?)v

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